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THE LIBR.\RY OF THE 

UM\ ERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL Hn.L 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINXVNA 

CR071.3 

D96i 

1987 

SUBJECT 

J-Z 




UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL 



00040646300 

FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 





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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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TEXTILE EXECUTIVES ARE EXFtCTING A GOOD YEAR 
ESC CLASSES OFFER HOPE TO DURHAM JOBLESS 
STEV'ENS STOCK BUY REPORTED 

P. STEVEMS CO., SALES AND EARNINGS 
J.P. STEVENS I1AFJ<S STRONG 2ND QUARTER 



CkO'7I.S 
I9S7 



J. SOUTHGATE AND SON, INC. 
BURR VISITS DURHAM 

JABBERUOCK 

SEE ALSO [€LTA SIGMA THETA, INC. 
MISS JABBEFWOCK 
people: SOUTHERN HIGH STUDENT NAMED MISS JABBERUOCK 

JACK Tf£ RIPPER 

see also great britain 
see also mass murders 
dim: course looks at jack the ripper 

JACKSON COUNTY, N.C. „ ..„.,„wT,-r. 
REPORT TARGETS RIB^AL N.C. ECONOMIES 

JACKSON STATE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

LATTIMCRE looking FOR 'NEU' eagles TEAM VERSUS JACKSON 

EAGLES PLAN FLIGHT AF'OUND HARVEY'S AFJ1 

EAGLES' BID FOR TUO FAILS, LEAVING TIGER'S WITH VICTORY 

PAYTON'S COACH AT JACKSON KNEW RUNNtR WAS 'SUEET' 

LAHIMCRE: EAGLES DIDN'T COME FOR TIE 

EAaES MISS UPSET 

JACKSONVILLE, N.C. 

WOMEN'S CLINIC SAYS ANTI-ABCRTION DEMONSTRATDR-S INTIMIDATE PATIENTS 

JACKSONVILLE DAILY NEUS (NEUSPAFtR) 
LOSER-S ARE THE MOST GENEROUS 
DON'T RAISE MINIMUM WAGE 
DON'T MAKE D.C. A STATE 
DWT REDUCE PRESCRIPTION COMPETITION 

JACKSONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
KNIGHTS LOOK FOR RAINY WIN 
KNIGHTS MOVE INTO SEMIFINALS 
KNIGHTS WIN THRILLER 
NORTHERN'S DEFENSE MAKIS i^^UCIAL PLAYS 

JACOB'S PILLOW DANCE FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
JACOB'S PILLOW HOQiS AUDITIONS 

JAIL-A-THON 

HOW TO GET FRIDJDS PUT IN THE SLAMMER 
'PRISONERS' TO BE ROUNDED UP 
MOCK ARREST ^ 

SPIRn"™HELPING"FaLOw"^ITIZENS MADE JAIL-A-THON BIG SUCCESS 
INTO THE POKEY 

DURWiM JAIL-A-THON TERMED A SUCCESS ^^„„ 

DiShS( DEPUTIES TO "JAIL" PEOFIE TO RAISE MONEY FOR CRIKESTOPPERS 

JAIL AND BAIL 

SEE ALSO CRIME STOFfERS. DURHAM 
CRIMESTOPPERS SETS JAIL & BAIL EVENT 
INTO THE POKEY! 

JAILS, DURHAM 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY JAIL 

JAILS, N.C. 



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

H 2 4/27/1987 B 2 N 
S 2 5/26/1987 A 1 N U82 
H 2 8/01/1987 D 5 N 



H 2 5/28/1987 D 9 N 
H 2 4/04/1987 C 16 P P M66 



S 2 12/09/1987 B 1 P P T37 
H 2 12/-17/1987 B 4 N 



H 2 12/19/1987 C 6 N D80 



S 2 1/20/1987 A 8 N 



9/30/1987 D 
10/03/1987 D 
10/04/1987 B 
10/04/1987 B 
10/05/1987 D 
10/05/1987 D 



2 2/05/1987 B 10 
2 7/17/1987 C 3 



N C68 
N C68 
N C68 
N C68 
N C68 
N 



H 2 1/25/1987 D 5 J 

H 2 4/26/1987 D 5 J 

H 2 5/04/1987 A 4 J 

H 2 5/24/1987 D 5 J 



S 2 11/27/1987 D 1 P N G44 

H 2 11/28/1987 B 2 P N D85 

S 2 11/23/1987 B 1 P N G44 

H 2 11/29/1987 C 9 P N Ii85 



s 


2 3/26/1987 D 


11 N 


H 
H 

s 

H 

s 

H 

S 

s 


2 3/04/1987 B 
2 3/07/1987 3 
2 3/11/1987 A 
2 4/03/1987 A 
2 4/03/19S7 A 
2 10/08/1987 C 
2 10/09/1987 C 
2 10/23/1987 A 


4 N 

5 N 

2 P P S76 

4 L 

4 L 
12 P P M66 

1 N B53 
11 N B53 


s 
s 


2 10/19/1987 C 
2 10/30/1987 C 


3 N 
2 P P V03 






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SUPJECTS 



SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 
SEE ALSO GUILFORIi COUNTY JAIL 
SEE ALSO PR'ETRIAL NEWS COVERAGE 
SEE ALSO SATELLITE JAILS 

14 JAIL OFFICERS PASS CERTIFICATION EXAMINATION 

TOW) OffOSES JAIL 

YANCEYUILLE COMMUNITY PRIDE RESULTS IN RESTORED HISTORIC JAIL 

DEATH IN BRIINSUICK JAIL PRflEED BY SBI 

JAILS, N.C., ASSALILTS 
SEE ALSO ASSAULTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, ASSAU.TS 

WAKE MALE INMATE ASSAULTED 

TWSE INMATES CHWGED WITH ASSAULT 

JAILS, N.C, OVERCROWDING 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. OVERCROWDING 
1983 SAFE ROAEiS ACT CROWDING JAILS ON 'JEEKENDS ACRCSS STATE 
MARTIN ORDERS EMERGENCY STEPS TO CUT JAIL POPULATION 
SHIRING PRISONER'S TO JAILS NOT ANSWER 
CROWIO JAILS 'MONSTER' PRTOLEM FOR N.C SHERIFFS 
CONSU.TANT AIMS TO BUY FIVE YEAR S FOR ORANGE JAIL 
'LOST' F1<IS0NER .SHOWS NEED Ft^ BETTER RECORIS 
COUNTY JAILS OVERCROWDING INVITES SUITS 
COURTS f€ED SOME GUIDELINES FOR BONDS 
JUDGE THREATENS JAIL TAKE-OVER IF CONDITIONS NOT MET 

JAILS, N.C POFtlATICN 

CRTODED JAILS -MONSTER' FTOBLEM FOR N.C SHERIFFS 

JAILS, N.C, PRISONER DEATHS 
SEE ALSO PRISONER [£ATHS, N.C 
SEE ALSO PRISONER'S, N.C, SUICIICS 

MAN HANGS HIMSaF IN JAIL 

DEATW IN BRUNSWICK JAIL PRtlBED BY 



;bi 



JAILS, N.C, SEXUAL ATTACKS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY JAIL, SEXUAL ASSAULTS 
WAKE MALE INMATE ASSAULTED 

JAILS, N.C, suicires 

SEE JAILS, N.C, PRISONER DEATHS 

JAILS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO F1<EVENTIVE DETENTION 
SEE ALSO SATELLITE JAILS 
S.C PRISO^£R SUES OVER' JAIL'S CONDITION 

JALAPDiO PEPPER'S 
SEE ALSO PEPPERS 
SEE ALSO RED PEPPERS 
F'LAYING WITH FIR'S! JALAfENO PEF'F'ERS, FR'CiM A SWEET KISS TO A MULE'S KICK 

JAMAICA 

SASSY scholar: HISTORY PROF SF'EAKS HIS MIND 

JAMES B. ajKE ENDCUMENT 
SEE DUKE E^^DOUMENT 

JAMES B. liM. PROFESSORSHIPS 

riU<E GIVES DAVIIiSON PROFESSORSHIP GRANT 

JAMES BOND (SUBJECT) 
L^FORMAL SURVEY 
JAMES BOND, IN NEW FORM, NOT SO 007 ANY MORE 

JAMES BOYD ESTATE 

POETRY SOCIETY HONORS OUi HOME 



-DATE— 



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



2 3/24/1987 B 
2 9/17/1987 A 
2 10/05/1987 B 
2 10/23/1987 C 



2 3/25/1987 C 
2 4/24/1987 A 



3/09/1987 

3/26/1987 

4/04/1937 

4/13/1987 

5/02/1987 

3/18/1987 

10/05/1987 

11/23/1987 

12/14/1987 



4 

12 



1 P 

4 

1 

1 

4 

c 

J 

4 
15 



N 

N 

E 

N 

N BIO 

E 

N 

L 

N 



H 2 4/13/1987 B 1 N 



2 10/10/1987 C 4 N 
2 10/23/1987 C 4 N 



S 2 3/25/1987 C 4 N 



H 2 7/04/1987 C 4 N 

H 2 1/22/1987 C 1 T F C30 

H 2 9/20/1987 D 1 P F G09 

S 2 1/13/1987 C 4 N 



H 2 3/08/1987 B 1 C F 
H 2 9/11/1987 D 6 P R S66 



S 2 10/29/1987 D 2 N 



JAMES CITY, VIRGINIA 



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SEE ALSO VIRGINIA 
CNADIDATE THREATENS CHIEF'S JOB 

JAMES E. SHEF'ARD SERTOMA CLUB 
SERTOHA AUARD WINNERS 
SCHaARSHIPS 
SERTOMA LEADER'S 
SPECIAL AWARDS 
PLANNING MEETING 
HONORED AGAIN 

JAMES M. JOHNSTON AWAR'DS PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SC-HOLARSHIPS) 
AREA STUDENTS GET SCHOLARSHIPS TO UNC 
11 FROM AREA GET JOHNSTON SCHOLARSHIPS 



H 1 6/25/1987 B 



JAMES MADISON HIGH SCHOOL! A CURRICULUM FOR AMERICAN STUDENTS (BOOK) 

SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL REFORM 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S., CURRICULUM 
TOUGt£R CLASSES PROFflSED, BENNEH SEEKING 'LEA^ER, MEANER' HIGH SCHOOLS H 
AR£A EDIOTOR'S SAY IDEAL HIGH SCHOO. EXISTS H 

IIX OF N.C. STUDENTS MEET 'IDEAL' STANDARDS S 

JAMSCAM 

SEE N.C. JAYCEES 



JANITORIAL SERVICES 

SENATE yOTES TO APPROVE MEASURE ON PRESER'JING RAILROAD CORRIDORS 
HOJSE ENACTS BIU ON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 

JANUARY 

GENTLE JANOJARY? 

JANUS HOUSE (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

JANUS-TREE HOUSE DIRECTORS REQUEST MONEY FOR HOME 
LEADERS OF JANUS-TREE HOUSE FOR TEENS SEEKING NEU HOME 

JAPAN 

SEE ALSO ATOMIC BOMBS 

SEE ALSO HIROSHIMA 

SEE ALSO MOUNT FUJI 

SEE ALSO NIPPON TELEGRAPH t, TELEF'HONE CO. 

SEE ALSO N.C. JAPAN CENTER 

SEE ALSO TOKYO, JAPAN 

SEE ALSO TOKYO STRING QUARTET 

JAPANESE MEN TO VISIT DURHAM 

JAPANESE VISITORS 

JAPAN ALSO IN RACE TO FIND SUBATOMIC PARTICLE 

MARTIN CALLS FOR ALLIANCE ON SMARTER COMPUTERS 

MARTIN ItLIVERS SCIENTIFIC PAPER IN JAPAN 

HONORING A LIVING TREASURE 



JAPAN, ART 
SEE ALSO ART 
TIE («T OF SCREENS LETS 



ITS ANCESTRY GO 



JAF'AN, BUSINESSES 

mCOR, JAF'ANESE FIANS TO BUILD U.S. STEa MILL 

JAPAN MAY COPY RESEARCH PARK 

PRESIDENT FLL»*;S JOB TEST-BUT HE'S NOT QUIHING 

7 SOUTHEASTERN STATES WOOING JAPAN BUSIN£3S 

DTCC GETS U.S. GRANT FOR MANUAL 

DEVELOPING LABOR FOR JAPANESE-OWNED FIANTS A DUR'HAM TECH GOAL 

SUMITOMO TOUi NOT TO USE CORNING PATENTS 

CRflSS-CULTURAL TRAINING 

MITSUBISHI'S MIZOGUCHI R€AL BIG FAN OF DURHAM, MOUNTAINS, CHOCOLATE 

JAPAN, COLLEGES AND UNIVER'SITIES 
SEE ALSO JAPAN. SCHOOLS 
WAKE FOREST EYES BRANCH IN JAPAN 



4/02/1987 C 
8/07/1987 A 
10/03/1987 B 
10/20/1987 C 
11/05/1987 C 
11/10/1987 C 



7 P P 

8 P P K30 

4 P P V03 

9 P P K30 
10 P P 

5 P P 



2 3/05/1987 C 3 N 
2 3/09/1987 R 9 N 



2 12/30/1987 A 1 P N 
2 12/30/1987 A 7 N J40 
2 12/30/1987 A 7 N 



2 3/11/1987 D 4 N 
2 8/12/1987 D 4 N 



H 2 1/19/1987 A 



2 1/07/1987 A 10 N 080 

3 2/07/1987 C 1 N MIO 



H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 


2 3/30/1987 B 
2 3/31/1987 A 
2 9/16/1987 A 
2 10/04/1987 C 
2 10/05/1987 A 
2 12/17/1987 A 


6 

7 P 
12 
1 

4 


N 

P S76 

N 

N 

N 

E 


H 


2 10/02/1987 D 


11 P 


R G68 


H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/18/1987 C 
2 4/25/1987 B 
2 5/03/1987 F 
2 10/05/1987 C 
2 10/05/1987 A 
2 10/06/1987 D 
2 10/13/1987 A 
2 10/13/1987 A 
2 11/15/1987 D 


11 

■J 

1 F 
3 

1 P 
6 
1 
4 
10 F 


N 
N 
N 
N 

H S92 
N J40 
N L41 
E 
N L41 


H 


2 10/29/1987 C 


3 


N 



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1/01/1987 



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12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



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JAPftfJ, ECCfCMY 

JAPAN'S LEADER'S LEAFJ^ING 
UE'RE A rOTOR fWTION 

JAF'AN, EDUCATiaN 
SEE JAPAN, SCHOOLS 

JAP' AN, EXPORTS 

TOBACCO IMPOR-TS FROM .JAPAN RISE 

JAPAN, FIU1 IfJimSTRY 
SEE ALSO FIL1 INIiUSTRY 
FESTIVAL FILM CHAf^GEIi 
JAPAf£SE FILMS EXAHIf€ FAMILY 
JAPAfCSE WESTERN HAS flORAL PUNCH 
•TAffPOPO': A FULL BELLY, BUT NO BEUY LAiJGHS 
'CHILTiREN' CATCHES HOMENT OF CHANGE IN JAPAN 

JAPAN, MILITARY 

JAPAN'S LEADERS LEARNING 

CIWIAIN ON BATAAN SAYS HATRED KEPT HIM ALI'vC 

A GRACIOUS ACT INSPIFSS FRIENDSHIP 

JAPAN, SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO JAF'AN, COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 
DIJWAM TEACHER SEEKS TO UFCRAIC U.S. MATH 
JAF'AtCSE EDUCATION rlETHODS NOT SOLUTIOf^ FOR U.S. 
J«:•A^ESE VERSUS AMERICAN 
JAF'AN'S LEADER'S LEAfi'NIfJG 

WRJrV^ COUKJY SCHOOLS TO GIVE JAF■A^€3E LESSftN m COMPUTERS 
SHAZAM! JAFAffiSE LEAD 

M-eH, TOBACCO 

TOBACCO IMPORTS mOH JAF'AN RISE 

R.J. REYNOLDS AP'XOGIZES TO JAF'AN FOR TAINTED CIGAREHES 

R.J. RTYNOUiS BLAMES U.S. LEAF FOR HERBICIItS 

TOBACCO COW-ANY EXECUTIVE SAYS CHEMICAL WAS FOUND IN U.S. LEAF 

martin: japan to CCNTIf*JE RB.YING ON U.S. TOBACCO 

U.S. PACKS MCR-E CIGARETTE EXPORTS TO JAPANESE IN 1987 

JAPAN, TOURISM 

SEE ALSO TOURISM, INTER^JATIOtWL 
JAPWCSE VACATION NEED NOT CAUSE BANKRUPTCY 

JAPAN, TRADE 

SEE ALSO FK<EIGN TRADE 
DANGERS OF f-ROTECTIOtaSM 

IV DEVICE, MADE IN DURHAM, IS BEING INTRODUCED IN JAPAN 
BE WARY OF TRADE WAR 
N. TELECOM, JAPAN TRADE DEAL LAUI£D 
FIGHT OF THE CENTURY (CARlTOON) 
NCRTVER-N TELECOM BEGINS TO FILL $2S0 MILLION ORDER 
TELECCM-NIFfCN DEAL A C-LI^IMER OF HOPE 
TARIFF MAY BOOST MITSUBISHI CHIPS 
TARIFFS AGAINST JAF'Af^ LESSER OF TWO EVILS 
TCRA, TORA, TARIFF' (CARTOON) 
nO-UAY STR'EET (CARTOON) 
lU^'HAM'S JAPANESE CONNECTION 
FLAYING liVrO KRBACfCV'S HANTS 

'WiERICAN CENTLIRY' IN UORLD ECONOMY ENDING, WRITER SAYS 
CLEARING TVE RECORD 
GOVERNOR TO DELIVER LECTURE IN JAPAiN 
7 SOUTHEASTERN STATES '^OIf« JAPAN BUSINESS 
N.C. HAS A YEN FOR iSIAN INVESTOR'S 
martin: JAPAN TO CONTINUE RELYIr« CN U.S. TOBACCO 
NCSU COCERB^CE ADBRESSES U.3.-JAP<^ INVE3T?€NT 
RTP talk: U.S. GOODS MIJST FIT JAF'AN MARKCT 

JAPAN AIR LIMES 



1/19/19S7 A 
2y'26/1987 A 



H 2 4/05/1987 C 1 



H 




1/16/1987 A 


17 


N 


S 


o 


1/22/1987 D 


8 


I 


H 


2 


3/27/1987 D 


12 


R L59 


H 


2 


3/28/1987 D 


9 


R S66 


H 


n 


9/04/1987 D 


11 


R L59 



H 2 1/19/1987 A 4 E 
H 1 8/26/1987 C 2 N 
H 2 12/'20/1987 B 1 P U H49 



3 


9 


1/12/1987 A 


1 


N S92 


S 


2 


1/13/1987 C 


3 


J R53 


H 


2 


1/17/1987 A 


4 


c 


H 


2 


1/19/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


ll/2')/1987 A 


16 


N J40 


H 


2 


11/2-5/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


4/05/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/04/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


n 


6/05/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


n, 


6/12/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


10/10/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 




11/29/1987 D 


15 


N 



H 2 8/16/1987 D 10 



H 




3/'31/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


T 


4/05/1987 C 


14 P U L41 


H 


1 


4/05/1987 D 


4 L 


S 


■T 


4/CS/1987 A 


1 N W82 


H 


■7 


4/09/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


9 


4/09/1987 D 


6 P N M97 


S 


o 


4/11/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


9 


4/22.'1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


*! 


4/27/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


7 


4/23/1987 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


n 


4/'30/1987 A 


4 T T R'56 


H 


1 


5/09/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


T 


5/18/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


1 


9/11/1987 C 


3 P N M97 


H 


-T 


■9/12/1987 A 


2 N 


H 


-) 


9/26/1987 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


10/05/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


9 


10/06/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


10/10/1987 A 


12 N 


H 


1 


11/01/1937 C 


24 N 


3 




11/05/1987 A 


1 N U82 



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JAPAfCSE VACATION NEED NOT CAUSE BANKRUPTCY 



SUBJECT 



JAPAN UHALING ASSOCIATION 

GREE^PEACE VOWS TO FIGHT JAPAN'S 



'PIRATE WHALING' 



JAPAN/U.S. RELATIOf'IS 

IiTCC GETS U.S. GRANT FOR MANUAL 

ICVaOFlNG LABOR FOR JAPAfCSE-OUNED FIANTS A DURHAM TECH GOAL 

CROSS-CULTURAL TRAINING 

VERITY'S SLUR OUTRAGEOUS 

NCSU CONFEREfCE ADDRESSES U.S. -JAPAN INVESTMENT 

RTP talk: U.S. GOODS MUST FIT JAF'AN MARKET 

JAPANESE-AMERICANS 

VERITY'S SLUR OUTRAGEOUS 



JARGON 

SEE ALSO LANGUAGE 
COLUhWIST UANTS TO PUT 



CAP' ON POLITICAL JARGON 



JAVELINS 

LETTIN' 



FLY 



JAUS OF LIFE (DEVICE) 
SEE ALSO RESCUES 

1 KILLED IN 15-VEHICLE N.C, PILEUP 

JAYCEES 

SEE CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO JAYCEES 

SEE DURHAM JAYCEES 

SEE ROXBORO JAYCEES 

JAZZ 

SEE ALSO DUKE JAZZ ENSEMBLE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MARY LOU WILLIAMS JAZZ FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO EMANONS JAZZ ENSEMBLE 

SEE ALSO MUSICIANS 

SEE ALSO ROCK CONCERTS 

SEE ALSO ROCK 'N' ROLL 

SEE ALSO UMBRIA, ITALY 

SEE ALSO UMBRIA JAZZ FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO U.S.-ITALIAN JAZZ FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HIU JAZZ LABORATORY BAND 

JAH PIANO ON MENU AT BAKATSIAS LE NOUVEAU 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

FR'OM KNEPPER, MUSIC NOT JUST PLAYED, BUT 'MADE' 

REID QUARTET UNC JAZZ GUEST 

OZONE STILL NEEDS JAZZ STYLE OF HIS OWN 

TAKE FIVE AFTER THE SUPER BOWL 

DUTCH JAZZMAN DE GRAAFF ENCORES AT DUKE 

RIVERSIie STILL GETS MILEAGE FROM TIGHT 'HISTORY' 

JAZZ TRUMPETER TO PERFORM AT ELQN COLLEGE CONCERT 

JAZZ FESTIVAL TO FEATURE RUFUS REID 

BROTHER YUSUF LIVES HUMAN RELATIONS ROLE 

FOR AN ALBUM, MUSICAL LEADERS TURN INTO A BAND 

JAZZ TRIUMPHS OVER BALLROOM 

JAZZ MUSICAL RESCHEDULED FOR MARCH 17 IN YANCEYVILLE 

JAZZ PLAYS AN ENCORE IN CHAPEL HILL 

RCA VICTOR RE-OFENS SOME RICH VEINS OF JAZZ 

Tl« JAZZ COfCERTS SET IN UNO'S MEMORIAL HALL 

JAZZ CONCERT AIRS 

MAMMA MIA! JAZZ FESTIVAL COMING TO TOWN 

JAH MOVIE SPURS 'ROUND MIDNIGHT' RESURGENCE 

'WINDOWS' WINS ATTENTION 

PIANO-CELLO PAIR HAS LAUREL-HARDY RAPPORT 

DESPITE TROUBLES, DIZ TRIUMPHS 

WITH QUARTET OR SINC£R, BROGKMEYER MEANS BLISS 

AL GREY COOKS UP DOWN-HOME JAZZ 

TfC JAZZ AMBASSAIORS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY FIELD BAND (AD) 

KEYNOTE HAS 21-DISC REVIVAL 



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H 2 3/16/1987 D 10 



H 2 9/22/1987 A 14 N 



2 10/05/1987 A 



10/06/198 

10/13/1987 

10/21/1987 

11/01/1987 

11/05/1987 



1 
6 
4 
4 
24 
1 



N S92 

N J40 

E 

E 

N 

N 



W82 



S 2 10/21/1987 A 



S 2 1/23/1987 C 12 J 
H 2 7/26/1987 C 2 P P C45 

S 2 10/06/1987 A 1 N 



H 


2 


1/02/1987 D 


8 F 


G W66 


H 


9 


1/07/1987 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


1/09/1987 D 


3 


R S66 


H 


9 


1/09/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/20/1987 A 


11 


R S66 


S 


2 


1/22/1987 D 


4 P N 


H 


2 


1/23/1987 D 


4 F 


N 


H 


2 


1/23/1987 D 


5 


R S66 


H 


1 


2/04/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


9 


2/08/1987 D 


12 


N 


S 




2/'09/1987 A 


1 F 


F B85 


H 


2 


2/13/1987 D 


6 F 


R 366 


H 


-> 


2/20/1987 D 


3 F 


R S66 


H 


1 


3/06/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


<-> 


3/10/1987 A 


13 


U W66 


H 


2 


3/13/1987 D 


5 


R S66 


H 


"I 


3/15/1987 C 


7 


N U80 





9 


3/19/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


3 


3/21/1987 C 


1 


N MIO 


H 


2 


3/27/1987 D 


4 


R S66 


H 


9 


3/31/1987 C 


3 


R S66 


H 


T 


4/03/1987 D 


5 


R S66 


H 


2 


4/07/1987 A 


11 


R S66 


H 


i-i 


4/10/1987 D 




R S66 


H 


2 


4/17/1987 D 


4 


R S66 


S 


9 


4/30/1937 D 


9 D A 


H 


2 


5/01/1987 D 


3 


R S66 



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



S U B J E 



$$* FREE OF CHARGE *$» 

ABERCRCMBIE STILL STRUGGLING TO FIND MUSICAL Sai 

ARffr' JAZZMB^ ENTER'TAIN IN DURHArt 

FANS 'IN THE MOOD' WITH AMBASSAIORS 

TOWN AID SOUGffT FOR JAZZ FESTIVAL 

ALL THAT JAZZ 

FWJTEAN GIL EVA^f3 GETS A BLACKHAUK SHOWCASE 

JAZZ SERIES IN DURHAM, 'MACKEREL' IN MOREHEAD 

MUSIC'S IN THt AIR 

GROUP SAX SHOWS OFF JOBIM P-OUER, RANGE 

PASS LIM<;S PABLO FOURSOME 

BROUN FOaOUING ALONG IN THE BLANTGN BASS PATH 

JAZZ FESTIVAL LOSES ARTIST, ADIS SFiON£J.RS 

JAZZBANCE PERFCR-MANCE EXCITIfJG WITHOUT GLITZINESS 

Hi FREE OF CHARGE tit 

FREE ICRKSHOP 

BUD FOWELL SET BEST OF NEW MOSAIC COLLECTIONS 

LOOKING FOR A HO/C 

JAZZ PIANIST IN EXILE HAS DATE IN DURHAM 

UKBRIA JAZZ FESTIVAL TO FEATURE 24 PEFFORMAfCES 

IBRAHIM'S JAZZ FOLKY AND RJU. OF SOUL 

PASS SESSIONS SHOW ELU AS Tl€ VOICE OF JAZZ 

JAZZ ITALIAN SriLE: NORTH CARO-INA'S UMBRIA FESTIVAL 

UilBRIA EVENTS NOTED 

GROUP SAX 

UMBRIA : JAZZ FESTIVAL SPREADS THROUGH TRIAfJGLE 

JIMMY HEATH FIAYS ALTO AGAIN 

AT 5, NEW BRUBECK QUARTCT MAKING OUN TRADES 

N.C. UMBRIA ON A PAR WITH THE EEST 

DANKO, LI6HTSEY DAZZLING AT PAGE 

CHARLES DUNGEY TO FERFCRM... 

OLD-TIfE MUSIC IS PLAYING AT STAGVILLE 

»* FREE OF CHAR-GE *» 

JAZZ PERFORMANCE SET AT PUyCTARIUM 

*$ FREE OF CHARGE »» 

FIVE JAZZ «N ADD UP TO FACTIOt^ QUINTET 

SUN RA TO SHINE 

JAZZ BOCFIT AIM EIDCATION F'R-C'GRAM 

GREAT SOLOS HELP BIG JAZZ BANIS HOW. INTO NIGHT 

i€U RELEASES EftlNG STRAYHCRN OVERDID JCMAGE 

200 JAZZ ARTISTS HIT CHARLOTTE THJRSDAY 

LACY i UALT^RCN DAZZLE WITH I'fflNK i STRAYHORN 

DURHAM TECH VISITING ARTIST FINDS EJCRBY IN HIS MUSIC 

Sl^ RA EEAMS DOWN FOR CENTERFEST '87; LIVE FROM SATURjN 

JAZZ MYSTIC BEAMS DOWN 

OF aJITARS, 'BRAZIL UlfH LOVE' AND OTHER THINGS 

GAREAREK 30AR:S UlPrl PCLYRHYPHMIC BASE 

A PAIR OF OLD MASTER'S GET SCfE RE-RECOGNITION 

JAZZ GOES FULL SPECTRUM 

F-ROGRAMS TO NOTE 

PAH.0 ALaJM TRIO COfKETES BASIE UHOLE 

PEARLS OVERmt JAZZ CRITIC'S PPEJJDICE 

•BRUCE LEE' OF JAZZ HAS E>CCRE SUNDAY 

GUITlWIST GREG HYSLOP TO LEAD SUNDAY JAZZ SERIES AT ART3CENTER 

MARIAN MCPARTLAND: THE PI.A/WS IN TUNE 

mero^ial q«iquez puts on phctean jazz show 

greg hyslop ufhouis 'first lady' sloan's of'inicn 

commodores: 'Classic^^l' 

good neigheor-s...fefform jazz sunday at the artscenter in carrbcro 

commodc'res: no imitatioins 

latin- jazz r-cmance kee=s goifig 

'cannonball in europe' out fi3r first time in u.s. 

CmmbfO., DUKE AMONG 'a7'S BEST SE-ISSUES IN JAZZ 



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s 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG L F BYL 


S 


T 


5/07/1987 D 


6 P I 


H 


2 


5/08/1987 D 


5 R S66 


H 


2 


5/08/1987 D 


6 P F 


H 


^ 


5/12/1987 B 


11 R L59 


H 


3 


5/12/1987 C 


1 N B81 


S 


9 


5/14/1987 D 


7 P P 


H 


n 


5/15/1987 D 


2 R 366 


H 


2 


5/19/1987 C 


12 P U U66 


S 


n 


5/21/1987 D 


3 P I 


H 


2 


5/29/1987 D 


2 R S66 


H 


2 


5/29/1987 D 


2 R S66 


H 


-? 


6/05/1987 D 


3 R S66 


H 


2 


6/C5/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


6/16/1987 C 


1 R L34 


S 


2 


6/13/1987 D 


6 P I 


S 


T 


6/18/1987 D 


14 N 


H 


1 


6/19/1987 D 


3 R S66 


S 


2 


6/25/1987 D 


7 P N 


H 


9 


6/26/1987 D 


4 P F liJ66 


H 


2 


6/27/1987 C 


1 N U66 


H 


1 


7/03/1987 D 


4 P R S66 


H 


fy 


7/10/1987 D 


3 P R S66 


S 


n 


7/16/1987 D 


1 P F B71 


S 


2 


7/16/1987 D 


2 I 


S 


2 


7/16/1987 D 


12 P P 


H 


T 


7/17/1987 D 


1 P F UM 


H 


n 


7/17/1987 D 


3 R S66 


H 


2 


7/24/1987 D 


3 P R S66 


H 


2 


7/28/1987 A 


13 R S66 


H 


2 


7/28/1987 A 


13 R S66 


S 


■T 


3/06/1987 D 


7 P P 


H 


2 


8/11/1987 B 


3 P U !J66 


S 





8/13/1987 D 


12 P I 


H 


2 


8/16/1987 C 


8 N 


S 


2 


3/20/-1987 D 


5 P I 


S 


9 


8/20/1987 D 


6 P P 


S 


2 


8/27/1987 D 


3 P I 


s 


2 


8/27/1987 D 


3 N 


H 


9 


8/23/1987 D 


4 R S.66 


H 


" 


9/04/1987 D 


5 P R S66 


H 


2 


9/08/1987 B 


8 N 


H 


.-) 


9/11/1987 D 


3 P K S66 


H 


2 


9/14/1987 B 


1 P N B12 


S 


2 


9/17/1987 D 


1 P F G5? 


H 


9 


9/13/1987 D 


3 P F U66 


H 


o 


9/13/1987 D 


3 R S66 


H 


2 


10/02/1987 D 


4 P R S66 


H 


n 


10/09/1987 D 


4 P R S66 


S 


2 10/15/1987 D 


1 P F G59 


S 


2 


10/15/1'?87 D 


2 N 


H 


2 


10/23/1987 D 


6 P R ■366 


H 


ry 


10/30/1987 D 


4 P R S66 


H 


2 


10/30/1987 D 


4 P N 




2 


11/05/1937 D 


7 P P 


H 


9 


U/06/1987 D 


3 P F 


H 


^ 


11/06/1987 D 


3 R S66 


H 


-J 


11/10/1987 B 


7 R S66 


H 


T 


11/13/1987 D 


4 P F 


S 


-f 


11/19/1987 D 


6 P P 


H 


2 


11/20/1987 D 


2 R S6^ 


H 


n 


11/20/1987 D 


2 R S66 


H 


--> 


12/'04/1987 D 


6 R S66 


H 


-> 


12/25/1987 D 


4 P R 366 



JEAN DE FLORETTE (FILM) 

'JEAH DE FLORETTE' HAS MARK OF MASTERPIECE 

XANS 

SEE BLUE JEf^m 



10/02/1987 D 7 P R S66 



.EFF KENNEDY ASSOCIATES 



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1/01 /1VS7 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE1127 
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SCIENCE MISEUM HIRES COIlFft,NY TO DO EXHIBITS 
MASSACHUSETTS FIRtI HIRED TO DESIGN MUSEUM EXHIBITS 

JEFFERSON AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
DURHAM MAN GETS JEFFERSON AWARD FOR PUBLIC SERVICE 

JEFFERSON FAMILY CARE HOME 
SEE ALSO WRSING HOMES, N.C, 
FAMILY CARE HOME ORDERED TO PAY WORKERS BACK WAGES OF *250,000 
APPEAL PLAfffCD ON $250,000 IN BACK PAY 

JEFFER-SON- JACKSON DAY 

SENS. SANFORD, BUMPERS TO HOLD ISSUES SEMINAR 
DEMOCRATS JOCKIY FOR LT. IfflVERONR 

JEFFERSON MARKETING CORP. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 
CONGRESSIONAL CLUB FUND-fi'AISING DOUN BUT STILL AT THE TOP 
C(KP(KATE SUFfBRT OF FUNDERBURK DEBT DRAWS FIRE 

JEFFERSON-PILOT CORP. 
J-P EARNINGS FALL 
EARNINGS DIGEST 

JEFFERSON PRODUCTIONS 

DRIESELL ENJOYING NEW ROLE OFF COURT 

.£LLY 

LOW-CALORIE JAMS C^OD 

.B.LYBEAN THE CLOWN 

THANKS TO Tl-ESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO (CONTINUED) 

JEOPARDY (6AI€ SHOW) 

JW FOR THE SHOW; CO-AUTHORS TELL mW TO BE A TV CONTESTANT 

JEPSON BURNS CORP. 

WINSTON-SALEM COMPANY BANKING ON BUSIf€SS-CLASS AIRPLAhE SEATS 

THE JERO PLAYS 

NCCU STAGES WORK BY NIGERIAN FIAYWRIGHT 

NCOJ SHOWCASES NOBa WINNER'S FIAYS 

NCCU LISTS INAUGURAL EVB>ITS 

AFRICAN HERITAGE FINDS EXPRESSION ON NCCU STAGE 

•JERO' EXOTIC, BUT TOO FAMILIAR 

FRIDAY aJIDEi WHERE TO 60, WHAT TO SEE 

DIRECTOR IDENTIFIED 

JERRY'S PIZZA (CREEIiMOOR, N.C.) 

SHE LOOKS OUT WINDOWS OF hER YOUTH 

JETS 

SEE ALSO ACCII€NTS, JETS. N.C. (MILITARY JETS) 
SEE ALSO AIRLINES 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES 

AMERICAN EYES HIGH-TECH PUiiNES 

NAVY JETS riRAW LOT OF VERBAL FLAK AT HEARING 

JEWEL BOX CHAIN 

NEW .£WELRY STORES OPEN AT N0RTH6ATE, SOUTH SQUARE MALLS 

JEWEL THEFT 

TWO JUVENILES CHARGED IN SILVER, JEWELRY THEFTS 

THIEF NABS DIAMOND RINGS FROM MALL 

$80,000 IN JEWELR'Y STOLEN FROM STORE 

MAN IS ROBBED OUTSIDE MOTR 

$1,000 REWARD POSTO IN GIBSONVILLE BREAK- IN 

THIEVES TAiKE JEWELRY FROM CAR 

$1,075 IN JEWELRY STOLEN 



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

S 2 12/07/1987 A 1 P N M06 
H 2 12/08/1987 C 4 N 



6/25/1987 A 14 N 



H 2 2/22/1987 C 4 N 
H 2 3/06/1937 A 8 N 



H 2 4/16/1987 B 2 N 
H 2 4/26/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 
S 2 



5/17/1987 C 1 N 
8/07/1987 A 15 N 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



8/06/1987 A 19 N 
11/03/1987 C 6 N 



1/13/1987 B 4 P N 

6/04/1987 A 10 F 
6/30/1987 D 6 P F 
9/23/1987 B 1 P F CSO 
12/'24/1987 B 2 N 



10/08/1987 D 5 P N 

10/09/1987 D 8 P R W66 

10/13/1987 B 3 P N 

10/15/1987 D 5 R U63 

10/16/1987 D 2 R W66 

10/16/1987 D 15 P I 

10/17/1987 A 8 N 



H 1 10/15/1987 B 1 P N T33 



S 2 3/07/1987 A 7 N y82 
H 2 11/05/1987 A 16 N 



H 2 11/01/1987 C 19 P U L41 



H 


1 


1/14/1987 C 




N 


S 


n 


1/14/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 


3/11/19S7 C 




N 


S 


o 


3/11/1987 C 




H 


H 


1 


3/14/1987 C 




N 


S 




3/17/1987 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 


3/19/1987 C 


4 


N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/'31/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



THIEVES NAB JEUELR'Y 

BURGLAR ESCAPES UITH JEUaRY 

»ll,0OO IN JEUELS, CASH STOLEN FROM THREE HOMES 

THIEVES TAKE JEUELRY FROM CAR 

DURHAM CRIMESTOFfER'S 

DIAMOND RINGS GONE 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPfERS 

LAWYER'S WIFE CHARGED IN THEFT 

LAWYER'S WIFE CHARGED UITH DIAMOND THEFT 

JEWELERS 

SIMPLICITY itself: JEUELRY DESIGNER MICHAEL S, REGAN CREATES HEIRLOOMS 

JEWELRY 

SEE ALSO ANTIQUE JBJaRY 
SEE ALSO EARRINGS 

CHARITABLE EXTRAVAGANCE 

OLB BEER BOTTLES STUFF OF JEUELRY 

TWO UNC STUDENTS SUE OVER JEWELRY SALE 

SIMPLICITY itself: XWELRY t€SIGNER MICHAa S. REGAN CREATES HEIM-OOMS 

HUMOR FOR ART'S SAKE, OR VICE l-'ER'SA; CHAPEL HIU PAINTER... 

JEWS 

SEE ALSO ANTI-SEMITISM 

SEE ALSO BETH-EL SYNAGOGUE 

SEE ALSO BLACK JEWS 

SEE ALSO B'NAI B'RITH 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR JUDAIC STUDIES 

SEE ALSO DUR-HAM HADASSAH 

SEE ALSO HANUKXAH 

SEE ALSO "THE HOLOCAUST" 

SEE ALSO JUDAISM 

SEE ALSO XIDEA REFORtI CONGREGATION 

SEE ALSO PASSOVER 

SEE ALSO FR:0- ISRAEL GRUUP-S 

SEE ALSO RABBIS 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 

SEE ALSO ROSH HASHANA 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION, JEWS 

SEE ALSO YIDDISH 

SATURDAY SCHOOL OFFENIfi RELIGIOUS BELIEFS 

THANKS FOR COVERAGE 

CONFERENCE TO EXFIORE JEWISH IDEAS 

GIFT MAY GIVE DUKE JEWISH CEJfTER 

BAPTIST'S COiifCfJTS IRK JEWS 

RABBIS KEEP JEWISH TRADITIONS ALIVE 

SOUTH 'S JEWS TO BE FOCUS OF PROGRAMS 

PROGRAM TO FOCUS ON SOUTHER'N JEWS 

100 YEARS OF JEWISH TRADITION; FOUNDING OF DURHAM SYNAGOGUE CELEBRATED 

JEWISH ART EXHIBIT ON DISFIAY AT IiUKE 

RUSSIAN-BORN SIEGEL BROTHER'S FOU^^D GOLD IN BOOM-TOWN DURHAM 

OTHER SIDE OF HOLOCAUST 

ai EVANS CHR'ONICLES 'THE BLACK PRINCE OF THE CONFEDERACY' 

JEWISH PEOPLE BUSY WITH NEIGHBCRIY ACTS 

JIM SMITH SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO F-ERSONAL NAMES 
LOT OF JIM SMITHS TO VISIT WILMINGTON 

JIM WALTER HOMES 

INCOffiS OF $9,000-420,000 DISCUSSED IN AFFORDABLE HOUSING SESSION 

JIM'S PARTY STORE 
URBAN CROP 

JOB COUNSaORS 

DUKE'S CAFlEER COUNSaiNG HaFS IDENTIFY IDEAL JOB 

JOB DISCRIMINATION 

Sa ALSO ACAIiEMIC TENURE 



PAGE1123 
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SIT i 



N 


E E 




L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


S 


2 4/01/1987 A 


h 


N 


3 


2 4/17/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/'30/1987 C 


5 


N 080 


S 


2 6/30/1987 A 


n 


N 


H 


2 7/27/1987 C 




Q 


S 


2 11/17/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 11/23/1987 B 




Q 


S 


2 12/19/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 12/20/1987 A 


14 


N 



H 2 6/07/1987 E 1 P F H45 



H 


o 


4/17/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 A 


6 P F C80 


H 


O 


5/08/1987 A 


13 N W27 


H 


2 


6/07/1987 E 


1 F F H45 


H 


2 


9/30/1987 B 


1 P F C80 



H 


2 2/05/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 2/20/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 2/26/1987 B 


10 N 


S 


2 3/02/1987 A 


1 N S92 


H 


2 6/27/1987 C 


14 N 


S 


2 3/18/1987 A 


6 P F S27 


H 


2 8/27/19S7 B 


4 N 


."3 


2 9/03/1987 C 


5 N 


H 


2 9/27/1987 D 


1 P F C19 


H 


2 10/08/1987 C 


11 N D80 


H 


2 10/18/1987 C 


1 P U L57 


H 


2 12/08/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 12/13/1987 E 


3 P R 


H 


2 12/'23/1987 C 


1 P N K65 



H 2 2/04/1987 B 6 N 

H 3 4/22/1987 C 1 N BIO 

H 2 9/04/1987 B 1 P P M66 

H 2 7/30/1987 C 3 N D80 



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1/01/1937 - 12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



E 
D ~ 



-DATE- 



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S I T 

E L Y 

-- C -PG L P 



BYL 



SEE ALSO AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 

SEE ALSO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT CPPGRTUNirf COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL UORK 

SEE ALSO SEX DISCRIMINATION 

REJECTION BY FIRE UNIT MAY BE PROBED 

TOUN GETS FIRST BLACK FIREFIGHTER _ ^, ^ ^^^^^^ „^^„,^^ 

COJRT HANDS WOMEN VICTORY! USE OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION GENDER PREFERENCE 

COURT HANDS UOMEN VICTORY! WINNERS CELEBRATE UHILE LOSERS LAMENT 

QUOTA DISCRIMINATION IS STILL DISCRIMINATION 

COMMITTEE WALKS A TIGHTROPE 

Slf RE^E COURT AGREES TO HEAR APPEAL 

JOB EVALUATIONS 

COUNCIL EVALUATES EMPLOYEES TOMORROW 

CITY COUNCIL SETS GUIICLINES FOR STAFF EVALUATION F'ROCESS 

EVALUATION CHANGE CAN BENEFIT TAXPAYER 

J)B SEARCHING 

SEE ALSO RESIBIES 
FKtE ADVICE ON JOBS BRINGS aOOD OF CAUS TO CHICAGO COMPANY 
DURH<W ESC ORGANIZES OLDER WORKERS' CLUB 
AKNCIES FORMING JOB-FINDING CLUB 
DURHAM CENTER OFFERS HOPE TO JOBLESS 
Business LEADERS SAY BEST RESUMES ARE HONEST, BRIEF 

XB TRAINING 

SEE ALSO APPRENTICESHIP PR-QGRAMS 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO Db-RHAM EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING OFFICE 

SEE ALSO INROADS INC. 

SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 

SEE ALSO N.C. COMMISSION ON JOBS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH 

SEE ALSO OLDER WORKER PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO ON-THE-JOB TRAINING 

SEE ALSO OFfORTUNITIES FOR INDUSTRIALIZATION CENTERS OF AfERICA 

SEE ALSO PRISONERS, N.C, EDUCATION FTOGRAM 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SUMICR YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO TEC»(ICAL INSTITUTES 

SEE ALSO VOCATIONAL QiUCATION 

SEE ALSO UORK IiCE^^■IVE PROGRAM 

GRADUATION DAY 

DURHAM PROGRAM GIVES OUiER WORKER'S A HAND IN JOB SEARCH 

39 GRADUATE FROM 3 PIC COURSES 

INSTITUTE TO HELP FINANCE TRAINING FOR HANI'LERS OF HAZARDOUS WASTES 

HOUSE SLOWS JOB TRAINING PLAN 

MAYOR QUESTIONS JOBS GROUP MANAGEMENT 

REFIDRT: DURHAM MUST INCREASE JOBLESS FIGHT 

SENATE OKS BILL AIMED AT INCOMPETTNT DOCTORS 

SINGLE PARENT FimS LIFE WITHOUT WELFARE TOUGH 

DURHAM TECH DEDICATES BUILDING, KICKS OFF F1JND-RAISI('« CAMPAIGN 

WELFARE REFORM FLAN PUSHES INCENTIVE PAYMENTS, TRAINING 

ESC aASSES OFER HOPE TO DURHAM JOBLESS 

COMMl*<ITY COLLEGES BILL OK'D 

DUKAKIS' WELFARE RffORM IS NO REFORM AT fLL 

GRANT GIVES CITY STUDENTS ON-THE-JOB OPPORTUNITY 

LAWMAKERS OK $6.5 MILLION FOR 100 JOBS 

JOB F'ROGRAM FUNDS' DELAY QUESTIONED 

JOB PROGRAM HRD UP 

IBM HONORED FOR JOB TRAINING PROGRAM 

IBM'S WORK-STUDY PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS WIKS AWARD 

PCWEa HELPING TO GET FUNIS FOR JOB TRAINING 

DON'T CONFUSE NURSES WITH AIDES 

CONGRESSMEN PLAN HEARING ON TRAINING OF WORKERS 

MAYOR'S JOBS PROGRAM NEEDS CAREFUL THOUGHT 

JOB TRAINING PROGRAMS! SUCCESSES AND FAILURES 

IBM PROVIDES COMF'UTERS FOR USE IN TRAINING POOR PEOPLE FOR JOBS 



s 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 
2 
2 

2 
n 

n 


1/14/1987 C 
1/22/1987 B 
3/26/1987 A 
3/26/1987 A 
3/30/1987 A 
8/17/1987 A 
10/06/1987 B 


3 N 

4 N 

1 P N 

3 P N 

4 E 
4 E 
3 N 


S 
S 
S 


2 

n 

2 


8/12/1987 C 
8/14/1987 A 
8/17/1937 A 


1 P N H70 
1 N H70 
4 E 


H 
S 
H 
S 
H 


9 

2 
2 
2 

2 


1/01/1987 D 
2/14/1987 A 
2/21/1987 A 
9/07/1987 C 
10/04/1987 C 


4 P U L41 
10 P N 
12 N 

1 P N M06 
10 U L41 



S 


n 


1/07/1987 A 


2 P 


P L38 


H 


2 


1/08/1987 A 


16 P 


U L41 


H 


O 


1/11/1987 C 


11 P 


N 


H 


n 


2/17/1987 D 


4 


N M97 


S 


2 


2/25/1987 A 


3 


J R53 


S 


2 


4/10/1987 A 


1 


N W32 


S 


2 


5/04/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


H 




5/06/1987 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


5/14/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


9 


5/22/1987 B 


1 F 


N J40 


S 


2 


5/26/1987 A 


1 P 


N M06 


S 


n 


5/26/19S7 A 


1 


N '^2 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 D 


5 


N 046 


H 


2 


6/01/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


9 


6/24/1987 A 


15 F 


N B38 


H 


1 


7/30/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


8/20/1987 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


n 
^ 


3/21/1987 B 


1 


N L41 


S 


n 


9/16/1987 A 


1 


N a82 


H 


2 


9/17/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


9/17/1987 A 


1 P N 'J32 


3 


n 


10/26/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


11/05/1987 C 


7 


N R80 


H 


o 


11/11/1987 A 


4 


r~ 


H 


2 


11/15/1987 D 


5 


U G33 


H 


2 


11/24/1987 C 


6 F 


N 376 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1937 - 12/31/1937 



guuey: wmm ifcorE trails triangle 

PRIVATE INIiUSTRY COUfCIL COUUi UNIFY JOB TRAINING 
OLI£R UORMRS ARE VITAL RESOURCE 

JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT 

STATE AaOCATES *50,000 FOR IDLE WORKERS 

report: DURHAM MUST INCREASE JOBLESS FIGHT 

GRANT GIVES CITY STUDENTS ON-THE-JOB OPPORTUNITY 

C-RADUATES say: • UE 'RE ON OUR WAY* 

NCCU RECEIVES $103,626 GRANT TO TRAIN SENIOR CITIZENS FOR JOBS 

HEALTH An€ TRAINING PR-QGRAM SET 



S U 



JOCKEY INTERtWTIONAL INC. 
SIZE 14 AND LOVING IT, 



'REAL' MOIiEL FLIRTING WITH FAfE 



JOCKEY'S RIDGE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SAND IiUNES 
STATE OFFICIALS ORGANIZING BUYOUT TO SAV€ JOCKEY'S RIDGE 
TRUCKING JOCKEY'S RIDE TO PACK A SEFTIC TANK (CARTOON) 
SU1MIT ENGAGEMENT 
STATE PURCHASING PROF'ERn TO RECLAIM DUNE'S SAND 

JOGGING 

SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNIfffi 
SEE ALSO PREDICTION RW 

CHIUY JOG 

BRISK PACE 

DOUNTOUN SANFQRD GETS WALKING TRAIL 

GRAFFITI RW 

JOHN AVERY BOYS' CLUB 

SEE ALSO BOYS' CLUBS OF AMERICA 
BOYS' CLUB AWARD WINNERS 
BOYS aUB OPENS FIELD, CITES WOODS 

-JOHN B. UMSTEAD HOSPITAL 

MONEY SOUGHT FOR ASBESTOS REMOVAL 

200 CaiEGIANS WORK AS HOSPITAL VOLUNTEER'S 

UMSTEAD HOSF'ITAL SUED FOR $1 MILLION IN SUICIDE 

UMSTEAD EMaOYEES SUED OVER '85 SUICIDE 

SUICIDE ThKEATS COMMIT 2 

CLARIFIED POLICY ON ESCAPED PATIENTS URGEB 

STATE INSPECTORS CRITICIZE BUTNER WASTE TREATMENT 

EUTNER SEWAGE SYSTEM FAUS SHORT 

BUTNER SEWAGE PLANT SHOULD MEET STANDARDS 

EF'A SUMMONS DURHAM, BUTNER ON SEWAGE F'ROBLEMS 

STATE AWAITS ACTION ON BLTOER SEWER' 

BUTfCR FIANT PR-OBLEMS STILL CONCERfJ OFFICIALS 

LEGISLATORS PROBABLY WON'T FUND ALL PSYCHIATRIC POSTS 

AT 56, MINISTER SETS OUT ON NEW CAREER 

STATE-CMCD SEWAGE PLANT IN BUTNER FINED $9,500 

WFBNa^UL DEATH SUIT DISMISSED 

UMSTEAD TO HONOR WORKER'S 

UMSTEAD HOSPITAL TO HONOR EMPLOYEES 

GIFTS FOR UMSTEAD PATIENTS NEEDED 

...HE'LL VISIT UMSTEMi, TOO 

JOHN B. UMSTEAD HOSPITAL, BUDGET 

HOW BUDGET WILL AFFECT TRIANGLE 
NCCU WOULD GET $24 MILLION IN BUMET 

JOHN B. UMSTEAD HOSPITAL, YOUTH CENTER 
SEE UMSTEAD YOUTH CENTER 

JOHN BIR'CH SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO CONSERVATIVES 
NEW LEADERSHIP NEEDED 
BLAME TVE EXPERTS 
A WORLD-aASS THUG 



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S 


I 


T 


N 


E 


E 


L 


Y 


p 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG L 


P BYL 


s 


2 


11/28/1987 A 


1 F 


N H70 


H 


9 


12/15/1987 A 


4 


E 


s 


T 


12y'29/1937 B 


1 F 


F G59 


H 


1 


1/13/1987 B 


10 


N MIO 


s 




5/04/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


H 




6/24/1987 A 


15 P N B38 


S 


2 


7/01/1987 C 


1 


N S92 


S 


2 


9/08/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


T 


10/10/1987 C 


16 


N 


H 


9 


9/02/1937 A 


6 F 


F H45 


H 


•J 


3/30/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


3/31/1987 A 


4 T T C50 


S 


2 


5/28/1987 C 


7 F 


P 


H 


2 


7/10/1987 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 


1/10/1987 A 


1 P P R76 


S 


2 


4/04/1987 A 


5 F 


P L38 


H 


3 


5/12/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


9 


12/31/1987 C 


1 F 


P 045 


H 


2 


2/26/1987 B 


8 P P F70 


S 


2 


9/29/1987 D 


8 F 


N A76 


H 


1 


1/28/1987 C 




N S80 


H 


2 


2/14/1987 C 


1 F 


N S80 


H 


2 


2/24/1987 B 




N W27 


H 


i-i 


2/27/1987 A 


12 


N 080 


S 


n 


3/05/1987 C 




N T85 


H 


7 


4/28/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


5/01/1987 B 




N 046 




'7 


5/01/1987 A 




N B85 


s 


9 


5/08/1987 A 




E 


s 


9 


6/04/1987 A 




N ,M06 


s 




6/11/1987 B 




N ,106 


s 


2 


6/22/1987 C 




N M06 


s 


n 


7/15/1987 A 




N 


s 


? 


8/11/1987 C 


1 P U B85 


H 


2 


9/09/1987 A 




N 046 


H 


^ 

^ 


9/16/1987 C 




N U27 


S 


2 


9/30/1987 B 




N 


H 


1 


10/07/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


11/24/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


12/20/1987 D 


1 F 


F T33 


H 


n 


8/06/1987 A 




N 046 


S 


2 


8/06/1987 C 




N 



H 2 1/20/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 U/13/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 12/10/1987 A 4 L 



JOHN H. KERR DAM 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



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S I T 
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SEE KERR DAM 

JOHN H. KERR RESERVOIR 
SEE KERR RESERVOIR 

JOHN MIDDLETON INC. 

R.J. REYNOUiS SEaS OF 4 BRANDS 

JOHN MOTLEY MOREHEAD UNDERGRADUATE CHEMISTRY LABORATORY 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY 
UNC SETS DEDICATION ON LABS 
SCIENCE'S NEW ERA AT HAND— ACADEMY CHIEF 

JOHN RENBOURN GROUP (MUSIC GROUP) 
HERE'S A GIMMICK THAT UORKS 

JOHN RYAN MOfORIAL GOLF TOURNEY 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
FANFARE/RYAN GOLF BEGINS 
HEY PORTER 

JOHN S. CLARK CO. (WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.) 

SUIT CLAIMS LOAN DEFAULT ON HOTEL PROJECT 

JOHNNY T-SHIRT (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
UfC SUES T-SHIRT FIRM OVER LOGO 
UNC SUES T-SHIRT BUSINESS 

UNC DOESN'T GCT INJUNCTION AGAINST T-SHIRT COMPANY 
UNC TRADEMARK FIGHT 
TAXPAYERS OWN TR'ADEMARK 
END 1>IC LOGO MONOPOLY . 

JOHNNY'S COUNTRY STORE 

REWARD (FFERED IN BEATING 

FIVE ARRESTED IN THR'EE RAIDS BY VICE SQUAD 

J3HNS HOPKINS UNIV. 

DUKE CONTI^fl£S EFFORTS TO GET MAJOR AIDS RESEARCH CENTER 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV. SPORTS, LACROSSE 
JAYS' RALLY OVERCOMES TAR HERS 

TAR HEELS, HOPKINS CONTINUE TRADITIONAL LACROSSE RIVALRY 
UNC FALLS TO HOPKINS; LACR-QSSE FINAL FOUR' SET 

JOHNSON, JOHNSON i ROY 

LAND-USE PLAN COlO CHANGE FACE OF TOWN 

JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIV. 

BLACKS RETURNING TO BLACK COLLEGES 

COMPANY FILES SUIT ON PHCf<E CALL FRAUD 

SOME SEE TOUGHER TEACHER ACCREDITATION AS TOO TOUGH 

WHY DO FEWER BLACKS 60 TO COUEGE? 

BLACK MEN'S NEGATIVE IMAGE SAID TURNING MANY AWAY FROM COLLEGE 

JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
SMITH BURNS EA^ES IN OT 
SMITH TRIPS EAGLES IN OT 
SOONERS, KANSAS TAKE FALLS 
J.C, SMITH THUMPS EAGLES 
SMITH LOSES IN TURKEY DAY CLASSIC 
VIRGINIA ST. 68, J. C. SMITH 65 
N.C. A&T 33, J.C. SMITH 67 

JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
HAYES KEEPING W-S STATE IN SPOTLIGHT 
VA. IWION, U-S STATE FAVORED TO REFtAT 
HOME AWAY FROM HOME AT J.C, SMITH 
BUJ.S GET FIRED UP BY YELLOW FLAGS 
J. C. SMITH STIFLES EAGLES 
OFFICIALLY, EAGLES' LAnL^RE DIDN'T LIKE WHAT HE SAW 



H 2 4/04/1987 A 13 N 



H 2 10/25/1987 C 9 H U80 
H 2 10/31/1987 C 2 P N L90 



H 2 9/04/1987 D 2 P R L37 



2 10/09/1987 B 
2 10/11/1987 B 



3 
9 P 



N 
P K30 



H 2 3/09/1987 B 15 N 



7/14/1987 A 
7/15/1987 C 
7/28/1987 A 
8/17/1987 <l 
8/24/1987 A 
8/28/1987 A 



2 1/14/1987 B 
2 11/07/1987 C 



11/25/1987 A 



2 4/05/1987 B 
2 5/17/1987 B 
2 5/18/1987 B 



11 

11 

4 
4 
4 



N 

N 080 
N C80 
L 
L 
L 



10 P N C68 
6 N B13 
2 N 



H 2 5/04/1987 B 1 N 080 



2/16/1987 A 
3/20/1987 A 
3/31/1987 C 
7/21/1987 A 
7/24/1987 A 



1/15/1987 

1/15/1987 B 

2/12/1987 D 

2,'12/1987 B 

11/27/1987 C 

11/29/1987 C 

12/13/1937 C 



3/28/1987 D 
9/01/1987 D 
11/07/1987 D 
11/08/1987 C 
11/09/1937 D 
11/11/1987 D 



2 P N C68 
2 P N P52 
2 N 
4 N 
4 N 
7 N 
4 N 



9 P N F52 
14 C N 
1 P N C36 
1 P N C68 
7 N 
1 N C68 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P n — IiATE- 



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JOHNSON FURNITURE DISTRIBUTORS (ASHEEORO, N.C.) 

FURNITURE COMPANY ACCUSED OF BIUI^«3 CUSTOMERS IN 22 STATES 

JOHNSTON, ZABOR i ASSOCIATES INC. 

THIEVES PRY OPEN FLRM'S DOOR, STEAL COMPUTER EDOIFtiENT 

43X OF DUR'HAH VOTERS WAVER- ON MAYOR'S RACE 

DURHAM RESIDENTS OPPOSED TO EORK 

INDECISION, APATHY HAUNT MAYOR'S RACE 

INSIDE 

BIG TURNOUT WILL SHOU VOTER INTEREST 

UNDECirO VOTERS CHOOSE TO STAY HOi€ 

JOHNSTON COUffTY, N.C. 
TOWN OPPOSES JAIL 
*3 MILLION N.C. MALPRACTICE SUIT SEHLED 

JOINT CENTER FOR POLITICAL STUDIES 
BLACK ELECTED OFFICIALS RISE 
N.C. MAKES PROGRESS IN ELECTION OF BLACKS 

JOim COMMISSION ON ACCREDITATION OF HOSPITALS 

COMMISSION ACCREDITS UNC STUICNT HEALTH SERVICE 
STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE ACCREDITED 
RESUSCITATION RULES IN PLACE HERE 

JOINT OPjWGE/CHATHAM COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY 
SEE ORANGE/CHATHAM COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY 

JOLT (BP.IERAGE) 

SEE ALSO son DRINKS 
SUGAR, CAFFEINE FtJT EXTRA KICK IN fJEU JOLT COLA 

JON HENDRICKS i COMPANY 

JAH ITALIAN STYLE: NORTH CAROLINA'S UMBRIA FESTIVAL 
UMBRIA: jazz FESTIV(^ spreads THR-OUGH TRIANGLE 

JONBIU MANUFACTURING CO. 

PLANT IN STOVAa UILL BECOME A FIRE STATION 

JONESTOWN 

SEE RaiGIOUS CULTS 

JORDAN DAM 

SEE B. EVERETT JORDAN DAM 

JORIiAN HIGH SCHOOL 

JHS GRADUATES SHARE INSIGHTS ABOUT LIFE ON COLLEGE CAMPUS 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL TO HOLD PR-QGRAM ON COLLEGE PLANNING 

JORIiAN HIGH FASHION SHOU TONIGHT AT MALL 

WINTER '87 :ICY BLAST GETS LOU SCORE FRW TEEN URITERS 

CfCERLEADING COMES OF AGE 

perspective: should the state COMFtTDCY TEST CONTINUE ...? 

LEARNING THE TRADE 

THIS TIME A Ulf^NER 

JORDAN WINNERS 

JORDAN HIGH'S MUSICAL DEMANI'S MUCH HARD UORK FROM MANY PEOPLE 

PLANNING PROGRAM TODAY FOR HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS 

JORDAN HIGH FtANS REUNION 

FOR T}€SE IDRHAM ANGLERS, THE BIG ONE DIDN'T GET AUAY 

NEU TEACHERS COMPUTE! 

BALLOONS LAUNCHED FOR SMOKEOUT 

GraWTH EXPECTED TO KED^' PRESSURE ON SCHOOL SYSTEM 

HO-IDAY CELEBRATIONS A MIXED BAG 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL, DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 
DECA AWARDS 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL, GRADUATION 

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION DAY IS NEAR 



H 2 12/21/1987 A 11 N 



5/26/1987 
10/01/1987 
10/02/1987 
10/02/1987 
10/03/1987 
10/05/1987 
10/07/1987 



N 

N S92 
N B85 
N H70 
U T30 
E 
N M06 



2 9/17/1987 A 
2 9/23/1987 A 



S 2 11/09/1987 C 
S 2 11/16/1987 A 



S 2 1/30/1987 A 
H 3 1/31/1987 C 
S 2 6/05/1987 A 



17 N 
13 N 



9 N 
3 N 
1 N B85 



H 2 5/07/1987 D 6 P U L41 



S 2 7/16/1987 D 1 P F B71 
H 2 7/17/1987 D 1 P F 1166 



H 1 6/23/1987 C 1 N S80 



H 


9 


1/03/1987 A 


6 P F 


S 


2 


1/10/1987 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


2.'12/1987 C 


3 H 


H 


•T 


2/21/1987 A 


6 P F 


S 


2 


2/21/l'9e7 C 


1 P F S92 


r; 


n 


2/27/1987 A 


8 P F 


S 


9 


3/05/1987 A 


3 P P K30 


H 


9 


3/12/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


4/02/1987 C 


4 P P 


H 


n 


4/04/1987 B 


1 P U 


H 


9 


5/14/1987 C 


9 N 


S 


n 


5/25/1987 B 


3 N 


S 


n 


8/04/1987 D 


5 P N A76 


S 


n 


9/11/1987 A 


6 P P l\30 


H 


-^ 


11/19/1987 B 


1 P P S76 


H 


-* 

iL 


12/17/1987 B 


1 N J40 


H 


n 


12/19/1987 B 


2 P U L38 


S 


2 


2/06/1987 A 


10 P P T37 


3 


2 


5/16/1987 C 


1 N 



-LX630- 



MONTHir/ 



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



JORDAN SETS STANDARD, SENIORS TOLD 
JHS 6RADS SHED TEARS, SHARE SMILES 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOa, STUDENTS 

JORDAN HIGH NAMES HONOR STUDENTS 

03NCRETE THir«ING 

JHS 'BIG BROTHER' MAKES A DIFFERENCE 

JORDAN STUKNTS SHOW OFF FASHIONS 

VOLUNTEER UORK NABS U.S. HONOR FOR A JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SBJIOR 

BRONZE FOR 'BIBI' 

ON STAGE 

BIG BAND PARTY FEATL'RES THREE GROUP'S 

WHAT WE think: JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL 

COCOWJT MILK':' 

PERSPECTIVE FROM JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL 

INFORMAL survey; "WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE RABBIT OR BUNNY?" 

PARTfCRS IN FUN 

I WANT MY JORDAN MTV! 

INFORMAL SURVEY 

UORLD class: JORDAN HIGH FOREIGN STUDENTS LOOK AT USA 

PERSPECTIVE FROM JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL 

JCmm STUDENT LISTED IN IWO'S WHO BOOK 

SUMMER SCHOOL STUIOCTS 'PAYING THE PRICE' 

LADY SINGS THE BLUES, BUT FORTUNE SMILES 

UHAT UE think: JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL 

INFORMAL SURVEY 

CHEERtEADING CAMP TO BOOST ALLISON HOOF iMEMORIAL FUND 

MISS UATSCN CHOSEN TO BE LISTED IN BOCK 

JORDAN HIGH STUDENT TO ATTEND CONFERENCE 

FEDS WASTE TAX MONEY UITH OVERNIGHT COURIER 

CAMP TO HELP BOOST ALLISON HOOF FUND 

JOPHAN NAMED 4TH-TERM HONOR ROLL 

WIGHT'S ESSAY IDEA UINS MEETING UITH F'RESIDENT 

PERSPECTIVE FEW JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL 

THRIFTY TEEN 

PRESIDENT SALUTES WINNERS, INCLUDING JHS GRAD 

AREA PUPILS SEMIFINALISTS FOR AWARDS 

NEWMAN LISTHi IN HONOR BOOKS 

NERDS SPICE UP SCHOOL DURING SPIRIT WEEK AT JHS 

PERSPECTIVE FROM JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL 

'PERFECT' CONCERTS AR£ TOUGH WORK 

READY FOR CONCERT 

IffORMAL SURVEY 

JORDAN GRADUATE WINS AWARD TO BECOME STATE TEACHER 

PERSFtCTIVE FROM JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL 

J(KDAN HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND 

TODAY'S FESTIVAL ATTRACTS AF:EA BANDS 
TODAY'S FESTIVAL ATTRACTS AREA BANDS 
JORDAN BAND TAKES HONORS FOR FESTIVAL 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SF'ORTS, BASEBALL 
ROCKETS PUMMEL FALCONS 
JORDAN RALLIES PAST NORTHERN 
PICKED CLEAN 

PERSON RtlCKS JORDAN 16-2 
ROLLING ROCKETS HAMMER FALCONS 
STUnS, NORTHERN KEEP PAC-6 PACE 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 

ROjERS CRANKS IT UP, KEYS HILLSIDE'S RUN PAST JORDAN 

ELLIS AND ROGERS TOO MUCH FOR FALCONS 

NORTHERN- JORDAN; PART II 

KNIGHTS BEAT JORDAN FOR 7TH STRAIGHT WIN 

NORTHERN SURVIVES CREATURES, JORDAN 

FALCON RIDES 

DAUSON, SHER'RILL GROUND FALCONS 

'DOGS HAMMER JORDAN 

EYE OF THE HORNET 

FALCONS FIND HANDLE FOR HORNETS 



J E C 


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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


—DATE — C - 


PG L P BYL 


H 


-;> 


6/12/1987 B 


4 P N U55 


S 


9 


6/12/1987 C 


1 P N S92 


S 


n 


1/08/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


9 


1/13/1987 B 


5 P P L38 


H 


2 


1/31/1987 B 


1 P N 


S 


n 


2/13/1967 C 


7 P P S92 


S 


2 


2/14/1987 B 


1 P F S92 


H 


9 


2/14/1987 C 


3 P p ni 


S 


n 


2,'16/1987 A 


6 P P F70 


H 





3/14/1987 B 


2 P U 


H 


2 


4/04/1987 B 


2 P F 


o 

J 


9 


4/10/1987 A 


16 P P F70 


S 


n 


4/10/1987 A 


16 P F 


H 


n 


4/13/1987 B 


1 C F 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 B 


1 P P T37 






5/08/1987 A 


12 P P F70 


H 


2 


6/06/1987 A 


7 C F 


H 


2 


6/07/1987 D 


1 P N J40 


S 


2 


6/12/1987 A 


10 P F 


S 


2 


6/23/1987 A 


9 N 


S 


2 


6/26/1987 C 


1 P U 392 


H 


2 


7/03/1987 B 


1 P N J40 


H 


2 


7/04/1987 B 


1 P F 


H 


2 


7/04/1987 B 


2 C F 


S 


2 


7/20/1987 C 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 


7/21/1987 A 


5 N 


S 


2 


7/21/1987 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


7/22/1987 A 


4 E 


S' 


2 


7/23/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


3/14/1987 A 


10 N 


3 


2 


8/22/1987 A 


1 P N 392 


S 


2 


9/04/1987 A 


16 P F 


H 


2 


9/05/1987 B 


1 P P T37 


H 


n 


9/12/1987 B 


1 N 


3 


2 


9/16/1987 A 


6 N 


S 


2 


10/02/'1987 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


10/24/1987 A 


6 P U U62 


S 





10/30/1987 A 


12 P F 


S 


9 


11/06/1987 A 


11 P U K30 


3 


2 


11/13/1987 A 


10 P P K-30 


H 


2 


12/05/1987 B 


1 C F 


S 


■•) 


12/16/1987 C 


1 N 


c 


9 


12/13/1987 A 


12 P F 


H 


2 


9/26/1987 3 


1 P F 


H 


9 


9/26/1987 B 


1 P P S76 


S 


9 


10/02/1987 A 


8 U 


H 


2 


3/27/1987 C 


2 N 


3 


n 

i 


4/10/1987 D 


3 P N B15 


H 


n 


4/29/1987 B 


2 F P L38 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 B 


5 N D85 


3 


9 


4/29/1987 D 


3 P fJ B15 


3 


2 


5/13/1987 D 


1 P N B15 


H 


2 


1/10/1987 B 


4 P N C68 


3 


rf 


1/10/1987 B 


2 P N B15 


S 


2 


1/13/1987 D 


3 P U B15 


H 


o 


1/17/1987 D 


1 P N D35 


S 


2 


1/17/1987 B 


2 P N B15 


H 


2 


1/28/1987 D 


1 P P K30 


H 


o 


1/28/1987 D 


2 N C68 


S 


2 


1/28/1987 D 


1 P N p-52 


H 


2 


2/11/1987 D 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


2/11/1987 D 


2 N C68 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 
l/01/r?S7 - 12/31/19:37 



BY SUBJECTS 



PAC€1134 
1/21/S8 



FAXffliS STING HC.F5CTS 

JORDAN mUS CFF .uNIGHTS 

FW.CONS SHOOT ICm WEIGHTS 

RODL'S 26 LEAD CHAF'EL HILL 

ORANGE SLIF-S wiOFIiAiN FlALLY, ,iAKE3 SEMIS 

ORANtt OUSTS JOSTAN 

RACE FOR lE.mX TITLE fy^F'EARS WIPE OFEN 

PARITY Ca€S TO FIEIiMGNT CC(>FERB'(C£ 

JOvIi^W ROUTS APEX, 101-75 

SCimERJ^'S REGGIE PARKER NEEP-S HIS EYES 0,N XRDAN'S mft ZEILUWW 

UILLARIi'S FTS SPARK JORDAN 

FALOWS' RALLY NIFS SOSMRH 

FALOWS RaY ON r€PTH 

DURHAM'S HER'V LfPC-HRCH DRIVES TO BASKET AGAINST .iORBAN 

StCRRIU'S 40 F-CWER- IfRHA.I; TIGERS ThyART HILLSIIt hiALLY 

StCRRILL'S 40 ','AU.T3 SULLIOGS OUER: FALCON 

JORDWI WINS GAME — ?WICE 

JO^EW^, NCRTPWOOD Ctf'T'JRE TDL5<NAt€?iTS 

l#£N THIS GATE DffO, IT STILL WAKJ'T OC'ER FOR JORCAN'S FfLOm 

JORIiAN HIGH SCWXt Sf-ORTS, BASKETB«± (GIRLS) 
DAUSON, SHERRILL GR-OMi FALCONS 
'lOeS HAWER JORDAN 
Syit^tRS DESERVE CREDIT 
LADY WARRIORS mJ£ THE HORSES 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOO. SF-ORTS, CROSS COUNTRY (GIRLS) 
FAff ARE/ET CETERA 

JORDAN HIGH SCHCBL SP-CRTS, FOOTBALL 

^iOT nrE 

'OTPER 3' TO CHALLENGE? 

KNIGHTS, RCCKITS AT TOP 

ALSO-RANS .'«Y ^lAKE RUN, BUT EXPECT NGRTPERN AT TOP 

LAHA, UARRIOR-S RUN DOWN FALCONS, 28-21 

SMITH'S TOUCHDCa.'NS LIFT JtMiAN BY DURHAM 

Fi^-CONS SO/^' TO 15T VICTORY 

LAHA KEYS 'XBB IN CT 

QUICK START EflS LOr« DROUGHT FOR OiRI^AN 

PERSC^ RIFS XRIAN, MEFS RECORD PERFECT 

INJURED F'ANTHERS GET BY 'IXIGS 

BtJ»fIELD'S FIELD i»AL KICKS PANTrCRS, 24-21 

SPARTANS flASH TRiUAfJS IN TRIANGLE 3-A OF'ENES' 

aiLLIAttS' 3 TDS BEAT JORDAN 

yiLLIAMS RAMBLES AS HILLSIDE CRUISES, 34-6 

V«C£ HOIS OFF FALCONS 

KNI&frS RUSH PAST FPLCXM 

KNiafrS MARCH TO TITLE 

SAFFELLE GAINS 208 YARDS AS CHAPEL HILL TOPS JORIiAN 

XRDAN Him SCFCOL SFCiRTS, SOCCER 

JCRBfH POSTS SHJTCUT IN BATTLE OF UMBEATENS 

JORDW^, SCRTPERN REL TO TIE IN PAC-6 SOCCER 

BOTH TIGERS, FALCCfJS WIN yifd A TIE 

BROUGHTQN GUSTS JCRiAfJ IN OT; &HAPEL HILL, NCSSM PLflY TODAY 

PENALTY KICKS DOOM FALCONS 

GITF€NS S-OCCER TRAINS STARS OF TOMCRRCH 

JOPIiAN HIGH SCHXL SF'C^TS, .SOFTBALL 
RESERVE SPARKS LADIES 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SUIW1I(« (BOYS) 
JORDAN L£XjKS TO aOSE GAP 
JQROW HDYS WITH REGIWML SUIM l€ET 
JORWW SWIf^Er-S STUN SANDERSON 

JORDAN, CH«:EL HILL SUKflCRS TAKE AIM AT SANDERSON IN STATE FINALS 
JORDAN SWL-SCRS AIM FOR STATE TITLE 
SUIt^IW FALCW^ 
XftliAN CAPTURES SUIM TITLE 
FALCONS JIN STATE 





S 


I T 


N 


E F 


L Y 


P 


D — MTE — C 


-f-G L P BYL 


3 


2 2/11/1987 D 


3 P N B15 


S 


2 2/20/1937 D 


2 P N 


H 


2 2/20/1987 C 


2 N rs5 


H 


2 2/21/1987 B 


3 H B13 


H 


2 2/26/1987 D 


3 P N IS5 


S 


2 2/26/1987 B 


2 P N P52 


H 


2 11/17/1987 D 


30 P N 


S 


2 11/20/1987 D 


16 P H G44 


H 


2 12/06/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


2 12/09/1987 D 


1 P P L3S 


H 


2 12/09/1987 D 


2 N C68 


n 


2 12/09/1987 D 


3 P N G44 


s 


2 12/i2,'1987 B 


1 P N G44 


H 


2 12/19/1987 D 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 12/19/1987 D 


2 N 


S 


2 12/19/1987 B 


4 P N 


S 


2 12/30/1987 D 


4 N 


H 


2 12/31/1987 D 


2 N 


H 


2 12/31/1987 D 


2 N 


H 


2 1/28/1987 D 


2 N C68 


S 


2 1/28/1987 D 


1 P N F52 


H 


2 3/12/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 11/17/1987 D 


36 P N 


H 


2 9/25/19S7 B 


3 N 


S 


2 3/04/1987 D 


2 P P R76 


S 


2 3/12/1987 D 


2 P U 315 


s 


2 S/28/1987 D 


11 P N 315 


H 


2 9/01/1987 D 


18 P N 


H 


2 9/12/1987 D 


3 C N 


H 


2 9/19/1987 D 


4 N 


S 


2 9/19/1987 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 9/26/1987 D 


3 P N 


S 


2 9/26/1987 B 


2 P N G44 


H 


2 10/03/1987 D 


3 P N 


S 


2 10/03/1987 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 10/10/1987 D 


3 P N Y55 


S 


2 10/10/1987 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 10/17/1987 D 


4 P N Y55 


S 


2 10/17/1987 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 10/24/1987 B 


3 N Y55 


H 


2 10/31/ 1987 B 


2 N B67 


S 


2 10/31/1937 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 11/07/1987 D 


3 N 


S 


2 9/23/1987 D 


3 P N G44 


H 


2 10/27/1987 D 


2 N 


H 


2 10/29/1987 D 


2 P N B67 


H 


2 11/05/1987 D 


2 N B67 


n 



2 11/05/1997 B 


4 N 344 


S 


2 11/17/1987 B 


6 P N A76 


3 


2 5/13/1987 D 


2 P N 


s 


2 2/21/1987 S 


3 F N B15 


H 


2 2/22' 1987 B 


7 N 


S 


2 2/23/1987 D 


8 N 


H 


2 2/'27/1987 C 


4 N Y55 


S 


2 2/27/1987 I) 


2 N B15 


H 


2 3/05/1987 D 


1 P P F70 


H 


2 3/05/1987 D 


2 N Y55 


S 


2 3/05/1987 B 


2 P N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 
12/-31/1937 



U B J E 



JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, TENNIS (BOYS) 

JCKDAN DOUBLES UP FOR PAC-6 TENNIS TITLE 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL Sf-QRTS, TENNIS (GIRLS) 
FALCON SERVICE 

FICKES* GOALS BOOT DIAFCL HILL PAST NORTHERN 
TOP-SEEBEB JOHf^CT'l CLAIMS TITLE IN EAST REGIONAL TENNIS TOURNEY 
JORDAN'S THOMAS REACHES GIRLS STATE TENNIS SEMIFINALS 
THOMAS 'STEADY' WINNER IN TEfWIS 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, TRACK (BOYS) 
JORDAN RUNNERS SWEEP MEET 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SFTOTS, TRACK (GIRIS) 

PORTER, RICHMOND POTENT 1-2 PUNCH FOR FALCONS 
HILLSIDE BOYS, JORDAN GIRLS PAC-6 TRACK PICKS 
PORTER LEADS JORDAN GIRLS TO SECTIONAL TRACK CROWN 
HILLSIDE WINS IN LANIiSLIDE 

HEUin WINS JUMP, FALCONS aAIM 4TH IN STATE TRACK MEET 
JORDAN RUNNERS SWEEP MEET 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, VOLLEYBALL (GIRLS) ^ _^^, , ^,^ ^ ,, 

FALC£»JS RII£ TRADITION, PREPARATION TOWARlD 5TH STRAIGHT VOLLEYBALL TITLE H 
VOLLEYBALL TOURNEYS GET STARTED TODAY 
JORDAN WINS PAC-6 TITLE ONCE AGAIN 
JSmm RIPS SOUTHERN 

FICKES' GOALS BOOT CHAPEL HILL PAST NORTHERN 
JORDAN CONTINUES DRIVE 
JORDAN HOSTS VOLLEYBALL QUARTERFINAL 
JORDAN ROLLS OVER LANEY; PINECREST NEXT 
KNIGHTS ON VERGE OF PAC-6 TITLE 
JORDAN'S FIFTH TITLE HOPES END 
END OF THE ROAD 

JORDAN FALCONS FINAaY FALL IN STATE VOaEYBALL PLAYOFFS 
A STFEAK-ENDING YEAR 
TWEE THAT CAME CLOSE... VOLLEYBALL/XRDAN FALCONS 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, WRESTLING 
N(«nERN WRESTLERS PIN JORDAN 
JORDAN, SOUTHERN WIN TITLES 

SOUT}£RN, JORDAN, NORTtCRtJ POINTING TO WRESTLING TOURNEYS 
GARY LEADS 4-A REGIONALS 

GARY DOMINATES MID-EAST; jORDAN ADVANCES 8 WiESTLERS 
JORDAN PLACES EIGHT IN STATE 
LIXALS EYE WRESTLING STATE TITLES 

JORDAN LAKE 

SEE B. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 



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N 

p 


S 
E E 
D — DATE — C - 


I T 

L Y 

■PG L P BYL 


H 


2 5/07/1987 D 


3 P N 


H 
H 
H 
H 
S 


2 10/01/1987 D 
2 10/15/1987 D 
2 10/30/1987 B 
2 11/05/1987 D 
2 11/05/1987 B 


2 P P L3S 

3 N B67 
2 N Y55 
2 N [135 
2 N G44 


H 


2 9/04/1987 C 


4 P N Y55 


S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 4/28/1987 C 
2 5/08/1987 C 
2 5/17/1987 B 
2 5/24/1987 B 
2 5/30/1987 D 
2 9/04/1987 C 


1 P N B15 

3 N Y55 
5 P N 

4 N Y55 

3 N Y55 

4 P N Y55 


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


2 9/23/1987 D 
2 10/06/1987 D 
2 10/08/1987 D 
2 10/13/1987 C 
2 10/15/1987 D 
2 10/21/1987 B 
2 10/22/1987 D 
2 10/23/1987 B 
2 10/25/1987 B 
2 10/27/1987 D 
2 10/27/1987 D 
2 10/27/1937 D ■ 
2 12/24/1987 B 
2 12/26/1987 D 


2 P N C47 
4 P N 
4 P N M98 

2 N 

3 N B47 

3 N 

4 N B67 
2 P N B67 

10 C N D85 
2 P N B67 

1 P P L38 

2 P N G44 
1 U G44 

3 P P L38 


S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 


2 1/16/1987 D 
2 2/15/1987 B 
2 2/18/1987 C 
2 2/21/1987 B 
2 2/22/1987 B 
2 2/23/1987 D 
2 2/27/1987 C 


2 P N C09 
5 P N 

3 P P B15 
1 P N 

7 P N C68 

8 N 

4 P N D85 



JOSE LIMON DAfCE CO. 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
AFRICAN AMERICAN DANCE ENSEMBLE KICKS OFF WEEK 
THE ^EXT step; FORMER LIMON DANCER GOES SOLO 
MOMENTS OF STILLfCSS HAVE POWER IN JOSE LIMON'S WORK 
LIMON TROUPE SHARES VINTAGE WORK 

JOSEPH A. C. WADSWORTH PROFESSORSHIP IN OPHTHALMOLOGY 
SEE DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, OPHTHAUIOLOGY DEFT. 

JOSEPH M. AND KATHLEEN PRICE Bfi'YAN COMMUNICATIONS CENTER 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. C&NTER FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION 
UNC-TV J€ADGUARTERS BREAKS GROUND IN RTP 
»1 MILLION CHECK BOOSTS PUBLIC TELEVISION CENTER 

JOSEPH M. AND KATHLEEN PRICE BRYAN RESEARCH BUILDING 
SEE ALM ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER 

SEE ALSO KATHLEDJ F'RICE AND JOSEPH M. BRYAN FAMILY FOUNDATION, 
DIKE PLANS ALZHEIMER'S CONFEFENCE 



2 6/08/1987 B 1 N W66 

2 6/11/1987 D 3 P G B71 

2 6/12/1987 B 1 P R L34 

2 6/12/1987 A 9 R B71 



INC. 



2 8/07/1987 A 
2 8/08/1987 C 



1/22/1987 D 



1 N B85 
1 P N M97 



N D80 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12A31/r?S7 



SUBJECTS 



WKE HOSPITAL WILL PARTICIPATE If^ ALZ}£If£I<'S IfiUG SPJCY 

DLKE TO JOIN ALaCL'CR'S DSUG STUIiY 

BE'^EFACTOR HONORSi 

RAPIB AUTOPSIES MAY fCLII aUES TO ALZHEIfCR'S 

JOSEPH M. ANIi KATHLEEN P'RICE BRYAN UNIV. CEffTER 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIU., BUILDING ANIi RDCVATIWJ PR-QJECTS 
SEE ALSO DLIRE L'Niy., THEATER (INCLniCS F1_AYS ANIi SITES) 
SEE ALSO IWKE UNIV. UNION CRAR CENTER 

SEE ALSO KATH.EEN PRICE ANIi XSEFH f1. BRYA,N FAMILY FOUfffiATION, IfC. 
CRIfCSTOPf-ERS OFFERING REWARD 

JOURNALISM 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO fW«ES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
SEE ALSO LWIV. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL SCHCCL OF JOURfJALISM 

otfl? Fi<eiiSEs; subplE anh surley 

JOUR-NALISTIC EXCESSES MAR HART ALLEGATIW^S 
FWDhOTIONAL MATERIAL 

PH0N7 RADIO ADS DISSERVE LISTENER'S, ICMOCRACY 
CCWIWICATIONS C0LLCS3UIUM MONDAY 

JOURNALISTIC ETHICS 
SEE ALSO ETWICS CODE 
SEE ALSO fCUSPAFtRS, U.S. 

NEWS MEDIA NEEDN'T ABANDON GOOD TASTE 

PHOTO UAS DISGUSTING 

SENSATIOf^ALISM AT ITS UOR-ST 

NO, IT'S NOT A 'UCNICRfUL' STORY 

SUICIDE PHOTO UNWARP'ANIED 

TEFJitS?IS«, F-RE-SS CO'.€RAGE DEBATED BY PANEL AT IWc 

JOURNALISTIC EXCESSES MAR HART ALLEGATIOriS 

THE TOO-EAGER SHARKS 

TV REF-ORTS CREATED UNNECESSARY ALARM 

PER-SFECTIVE FK'OM DLWHAtl HIGH :3CHGa 

CRUM; I COUJ HAVE STAYED; BlAilES FEP'ORT 

1987: PRESS SEES NO ISSUE TOO PERSONAL 

.WEN GROfP III 

ENVIRONMENTAL GROJP CP-pOSES SITE 

SITE CALLED INAPF'ROF-R'IATE 

IiUR'HAM PEMAINS ON INCINERATOR LIST 

tilKHAM OFFICIALS MAY LOBBY AGAINST TOXIC-WASTE INCUCRATOR 

THE JOYS (y ENTERTAINING (BOCK) 

HOSTING PARTY CALLS FOR CRtATIVITY 

JUDAH P. BENJAMIN, THE JEWISH KNFEDER'ATE (BOOK) 
GLEST LECTURE BY ELI EVANS (AD) 
ELI EVANS OftCWICLES 'THE HJCK PRINCE OF T>£ CONFEDERACY' 

JUDAISM 

SEE ALSO HAN1J<KAH 
SEE AL3) JEWS 
RABBIS KEEP JEWISH TRADITIONS ALIVE 

JUDEA REFORM CONGREGATION 
SEE ALSO BETH-a SYfJAGCGUE 
SEE ALSO B'NAI B'RITH 
SEE ALSO DUR-iWi HAIiASS-AH 
SEE ALSO HANUKKAH 
SEE ALSO -€US 
SEE ALSO PASSOVER 

1(X) YEARS CF JEWISH TRADITION; FOLtOJL'^ CF DURHAM SYNAGOGUE CELEBRATED 

CHANLKAH SHOPPING Sf-REE 

JEWISH PEOFUE BUSY UirH ^€IGHECRLY ACTS 

JUKE GALLERY 

lim SHffJS ^0 DIRECTION, PICASSO CASTA A GLOW 
St€'S 'BLUE- 
TONY BEWJETT TO SHOW PAINTINGS IN DU'RHAH 



-DATE- 



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S I T 

E L Y 

C -PG L P BYI 



8/08/1987 A 1 N CiO 

8/08/1987 B 1 N l£2 

8/26/1987 A 14 P P S76 

10/17/1987 B 3 N 



S 2 12/05/1987 B 5 N 



H 


2 


3/22/1987 D 


4 


J G33 


S 


2 


5/06/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


6/20/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


n 


3/10/1987 C 


1 


U H03 


H 


2 


9/27/1987 D 


15 


N 


S 


2 


1/27/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


1/28/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


1 


1/28/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


2/-01/1987 D 


5 


U A20 


H 


n 


2/03/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


o 


3/05/1987 B 


1 F 


N A54 


S 


o 


5/06/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


5/07/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 




10/23/1987 A 


3 F 


F 


H 


2 


12/04/1987 A 


1 


N C36 


H 


T 


12/27/1987 A 


7 


N 


S 


1 


3/30/1987 C 


1 


N M06 


S 


2 


5/20/1987 C 


1 


N h06 


S 


T 


7/30/1987 A 


1 


N M06 


S 


O 


7/31/1987 A 


1 


N mb 


S 


2 


12/30/1987 B 


1 P 


F G59 


H 


2 


12/11/1987 B 


SPA 


H 


2 


12/13/1987 E 


3 F 


R 


S 


2 


3/18/1987 A 


6 F 


F S27 



2 9/27/1987 D 
2 12,'05/1987 A 
2 12/23/1987 C 



2 4/17/1987 D 
2 4/23/1987 D 
2 5/^0/1987 C 



1 P F C19 
5 P P TT? 
1 P N K65 



12 P R 
7 P P 
5 N 



G68 



-a630- MONTHLY/ ANNUAL INDEX BY SUB 

1/01/1937 - 12/31/1987 



PASSION FOR paint: SINGER TONY BENNETT SHOWS DURHAM... 

TONY BEf«CTT AT BRIGHTLEAF SQUARE (AD) 

TONY BENNEH TO APPEAR AT ART GAaERY TOMORROW 

SINGER TONY BENNETT SIGNS TODAY AT GALLERY 

PAINTING LIKE MUSIC FOR ANTONIO BENEICTTQ 

TONY BENNEH SHOUS OFF ARTWORK 

HE'S ANGRY WITH TONY BENtJETT 

^DGES, imtm COUNTY 

SEE ALSO COURTS, DURHAM COUNH 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, U.S., MIDDLE DISTRICT 

CHARM, GOOD HUMOR SAM RILEY'S HAUMARKS 

DISTRICT AnORNEY CRITICIZES ANTI-DRUG REMARKS 

DURHAM'S ANTI-DRUG CAMPAIGN DEFEf^iai 

LABARRE POINTS TO NEED FOR SIXTH DISTRICT JUDGE 

LABARRE SEEKS IMt€DIATE ATM JUDGESHIP 

ADDITIONAL JUDGESHIP WOULD IMPROyE JUSTICE 

JUDGE TOO LENIENT ON DWIS 

BILL WOULD CREATE FOURTH ^DGESHIP FOR SUPERIOR COURT 

DISTRICT COJRT JUDGES THIffl< PAY HIKES WOULD BE JUSTIFIED 

DESPITE EARLY PROBLEMS, DISTRICT COURT JUDGES FAVOR SCHEDULE SWITCH 

JUSTICE WAS BLIND ONE DAY ON HOLE NO. 3 

JUDGE PAY proposal; MN'T FORGET TEAChERS 

JUDGE'S DECISIONS RANKLE LAWMEN, MADD MEMBERS 

DWI, ASSAULT CASE JUDGMENTS ARt CURIOUS 

JUDGE JOHNSON RENDERED RI(WT VERDICT 

OFFICER'S WIFE IS ANGRY 

TOO MANY LIBERAL PEOPLE 

JUDGE TRIVIALIZES TEACHER ASSAULT CASE 

DISTRICT COURT SEEKS STEP^OS' PROBE OF FORGED JUDGE'S SIGNATURE 

WITH JUDGES AWAY, U4 CASES HAVE DELAY 

RECTIFYING AN ERROR 

DISMISSAL EXPECTED TO BE SOUGHT IN HORNER CASE 

SMITH NAMED NEW COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE 

JJDGES, DURHAM COUNTY, ELECTIONS 

HUDSON WANTS TO BE SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE 

JUDGES, DURHAM COUNTY, SALARIES 

DISTRICT COURT JUDGES PHINK PAY HIKES WOULD BE JUSTIFIED 

JJDGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CRItCS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CRIMES) 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C, MERIT SELECTION 

SEE ALSO JUDICIAL DISTRICTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO JUDICIAL ERRORS 

SEE ALSO LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO LAWYEF:S, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. JUSTICE ACADEMY 

SEE ALSO N.C. SUF'REME COURT 

MERIT SELECTION GAINING SUFfORT 

JUDGE TAKES OATH 

UOAMN, 33, TAKES OATH AS RESIDENT N.C. JUDGE 

FONVIELLE NAMED JUDGE 

JUDGE ADDS 'MORAL LAW' TO WOMAN'S F'ROBATION 

SELECTION OF JUDC-ES NEEDS UNBIA-SED PLAN 

DEACON JUDGE HELPS PEOPLE SEE RIGHT FROM WRONG 

BILL WOULD CREATE FOURTH JUIiQESHIP FOR SUPERIOR COURT 

MARTIN WILL ASK PANEL TO REJECT BILL 

GOVERNOR UNDECIDED ON ADDRESSING PANEL 

MARTIN TO SPEAK AT HEARING ON JUDGES BILL 

SIGN TO HONOR JUDGE 

CURRIN MAY BE CONSIDERED FOR STATE JUIiGESHIP 

DON'T PUT CURRIN ON THE BENCH 

MOST N.C. JJBGES APPOINTED, RQIAIN UNTIL RETIREMENT 

MOST N.C. JUDGES APFfllNTED 

'COMPASSIC^WTE' HAL WALKER, N.C. SUPERIOR DOURT JUDGE 

HERE IS WHAT LEGISLATURt DID DURING 1987 SESSION 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


p 


D 


— riATE — c - 


■PG L P 3YL 


H 


2 


6/12/1987 D 


1 P F U66 


H 


2 


6/14/1987 A 


5 P A 


s 


2 


6/17/1937 C 


6 N 


s 


2 


6/13/1987 D 


4 P N 


H 





6/19/1987 B 


1 P N U66 


3 


2 


6/19/1987 B 


1 P N G59 


H 


2 


6/25/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


1/04/1987 C 


1 P U L57 


H 


2 


2/09/1987 A 


1 P N S82 


s 


O 


2/12/1987 A 


1 N .^6 


H 


O 


3/07/1987 A 


1 P N S32 


S 


2 


3/07/1987 A 


3 N 


S 


2 


3/10/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


3/24/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


O 


4/11/1987 C 


1 N 046 


H 


9 


4/23/1987 B 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


4/25/1987 B 


1 N S82 


H 


2 


4/26/1987 C 


1 P U L57 


H 


2 


4/26/1987 D 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/13/1937 C 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


5/17/1987 D 


4 E 


H 


9 


5/19/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


5/19/1987 A 


4 L 


H 




^ 


5/19/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


n 


6/17/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


7/31/1987 B 


1 N S82 


H 


9 


9/13/1987 B 


1 N S32 


H 


2 


10/02/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


o 


10/12/1987 A 


1 N S82 


H 


9 


12/29/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


9 


7/02/1987 B 


1 P N S32 


H 


2 


4/23/1987 B 


1 P N S82 



H 




1/02/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


1 


1/03/1987 B 


1 F 


• P S76 


S 


2 


1/03/1987 C 


2 


N 


S 


9 


1/09/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


9 


1/30/1V87 A 


12 


N 


H 


n 


2/18/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 




2/24/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/11/1987 C 


1 


N 046 


H 




4/23/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


9 


4/24/1987 A 


14 P N 


H 


n 


4/30/1987 C 


8 


N R53 


H 


2 


5/14/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 


6/02/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


n 


6/07/1987 D 




J 


H 


1 


6/17/1987 C 


r-S 


N 


S 


n 


6/24/1987 A 


1 


N £fl5 


H 


n 


6/23/1987 C 


9 





H 


2 


3/15/1987 A 


10 


N 



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SUBJECTS 



SAma. T. OJSI^IN APPOIMTED JUDGE 

LEAIiER OF BLACK LjWYERS' GROUP SAYS SYSTEM EXCLUDES BLACK JJDGES 

Gf^-EES-vlILLE Um^: TO BE NQir^ATEri FOR JJOESUl? 

HOJARIi CHCSOJ FOR N.C, FEieRi^- BENCH 

CJ^I.N FlErGES FAIR TREATrENT AS ^TOE 

THREE FOFtHER N.C. JJSTICES «UM ON BORK f^lIfWTION 

JUSTICE rtF'AR'T^OT tf-p-aWES JUICESHIP PLAN 

r* JJDGES NA^d! 

JUUeE CENSJRED FOR BRONX CHEER DLfRING HEARING 

COURT LEA^-tS IffTACT N.C. LAJJ ON JUU£.S 

TODAY'S YCL?« BLAC-.o FRE5LENTLY l^AWARE OF WINS, JUDGE FR'YE SAYS 

JJSTICE: FOKE'jy^ POST CPLII^; FECENT COJRT DECISICsN SrvSvSEH CASE... 

BOAT CARRYIM; N.C. OIDGES BCARI£D BY COAST GUARD 

PIER FISHIrJG HIGKT K EASIER ON JbWE5 

fCTHOD OF SaECTING .XJIiGES STUDIED 

.JUniCIi^ OFFICIALS MMCR IF DRUG i^ESTICNS UILL E£COr€ ROUTIfC. . , 

OFFICIAL SAYS APPOINT>€NT OF TOP XTOE NOT 'v«a.ID 

JUDGE HAS NO REGRTTS CVER BUSING DECISIONS 

fV«TIN RESIGNING FKCI EEM>I 

SMITH NA(€D f£U C0L3<T jF aFF'EALS JUDGE 

JUTOES, N.C, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N,C. 
f€RIT SELECTL3N GAINING SU^fKJT 
LISTEN TO CHIEF JJSTICE 
JJDICIAL SELECTION CONSENSUS U^a.IKaY 

SENATE yOTES 41-0 TO (ttKE Q<a.ISH iJFICIAL U^fGUAK iJF NOfi'TH D^'OLINA 
MISSISSIFfI RILING HAY AFFECT N.C. CA^ 

MICHAUX SAYS BILL COJLD SETTLE LAWSUITS ON ELECTION (f JJUGES 
BILL feClO CREATE FOJRTH JJDGESHIP FOR SIPERIOR CCLKT 
PANEL Aff^OVtS JUDICIAL DISTRICTS BILL 

BILL TO CR-EATE XHICIAL DISTRICTS TO ELECT HUBRITIE3 PASSES HaiSt 
STATE Slf-RE?€ OyjRT RULES CCfPLAINT hOOT 
MARTIN SAYS EFFORT TO KWISE JbWCIAL ELECTIONS OFF TF^ACK 
TlfF FiafTS a.OU BILL ON FCJ^.MING JJDICIAL DISTRICTS 
SE}«TE CCf«HITTEE ENICRSES BILL -ON .yiC€S 
KJ?RYMANreRIN3 FOR JUDGES 
MOST N.C. ^C€S AF-POlNTEIi 

JJDICIAL DIST?'ICT3 TO BE OREATO IN 10 BLACK AREAS 
NEW WAY TO PICK JJDCSS DESERVES ."CRIT 
SELECT JJICES BY .-ERIT 
HUDSON UANTS TO BE ajPERIW; COURT UDGE 

iNsiie 

COl*T DDJIES (^TIN'S REQl£3T FOR OPINION 

GCVE3<NCR SAYS HE'LL SJE TO BLOCK" :>€'J LAW 

GOVERMjR yiLL ASK COIRT TO REJECT :& UM W ELECTION OF ^UGES 

,M!K SUWER BEaifCS SUPERIS? COJRT R-ACE 

ROBESON PROSECUTOR CONSIDERS JUDICIAL BID 

MICHAUX : KEEP POUTICS (XJT OF JJTOE SELECTION 

METHOD OF SELECTIfflj XT6E3 STUDIED 

PAf€L WILL EXA«I>€ STATE'S SYSTEM CF SELECTING JbTGES 

MERIT JUDGE SELECTION BEST iCTHJD FOR STATE 

GOP SL£S JJ^ ELECTION OF JUDGES 

'lEAItlEST' PRUSECbTOR RUNS IN ROBESON JUDGESHIP RACE 

OXFORD LAWYER JILL RUN FOR' JUDGESHIP 

REPl.'BLICAN yiLL SEEs ELECTION TO APF'EALS COURT 

FAiRilVILLE .^■GE TO RUN FC« SEAT DM APPEALS COURT 

R-GXBa?C LAWYER' TO SEEK COURT OF APPEALS SEAT 

GCi.'EPfJGR FILES SUIT CHALLE^CING LAM ON ^TlGES 

GOV. f^TIN'S SUIT KEMNC1£S PARTISAN DEBATE OVER JJDGES 

JUDKS, N.C. mm SELECTIC'N 

CHIEF OJSTICE SAYS rERIT SELECTIuN BEST yAY TO PICK JUDGES 
LISiE?^ ^0 CHIEF JUSTICE 

f*E?r EELiCTION OF JUDGES STJDY IS BEIfffi FIWOSED 
SELECT I &,N OF JUMES fCEDS WffilASED PLAN 

o-niciAL SELECTION ciwseajs UM.IKar 

fCJ UAY TO PICK JUDGES DESRUES f€RIT 

SELECT JUI«S BY f€RIT 

HUDSON UANTS TO BE SlfERIOR COLiRT JUDGE 



N E 

P D 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

3 2 

H 2 

a 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 

E 

— DATE — C 

3/13/1987 B 

3/21/1987 A 

9/10/1987 C 

9/10/1987 A 

9/12/1987 C 

9/24/1987 A 

9/29/1987 D 

10/03/1987 D 

10/03/1987 D 

10/06/1987 B 

10/C9/1987 C 

10/26/1987 A 

10/23/1987 3 

10/29/1987 A 

11/02/1987 A 

U/11/1987 B 

11/26/1987 C 

11/30/1987 B 

12/03/1987 A 

12/2-9/1987 A 



1/02/1987 B 
1/25/1987 D 
3/11/1987 B 
4/04/1987 
4/05/1987 
4/10/1987 
4/11/1987 
4/15/1987 
4/17/1987 
5/06/1987 
5/06/1987 C 
5/13/1987 A 
5/15/1987 
5/18/1987 
6/24/1987 
6/27/1987 
6/29/1987 
7/02.'1987 
7/02/1987 B 
7/04/1987 C 
7/22/1987 B 
7/23/1987 A 
7/24/1937 A 
S/C4/1987 3 
9/17/1937 A 
10/24/1987 A 
11/02/1987 A 
11/03/1987 3 
11/03/1987 A 
11/05/1987 C 
11/15/1987 B 
12/05/1987 C 
12/15/1987 C 
12/17/1987 3 
12/18/1937 B 
12/25/1937 B 
12/26/1987 C 



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1/18/1987 D 
1/25/1987 D 
2/13/1987 A 
2/18/1987 A 
3/11/1987 B 
6/29/1987 A 
7/02/1987 A 
7/02/1987 B 



H 

H 

H 

N 

N 

N L4C 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N N36 

N 

N 

E 

J 

N 

N 

N 

N S82 

N 



6 
12 

3 
16 

1 
13 

1 

2 

4 

12 
14 

4 

1 
10 

4 

4 

1 P 

1 

1 
21 

5 
20 

1 P 



N 

J 

N 

N 

N 

H 

H 046 

N 046 

N 046 

N 

N 046 

N 046 

N 

c 

N ES5 
N 

IT 

E 

N 382 

U T30 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

H 

J 

J 

E 

N 

N 

N 

H 

H 

N H60 

N 

N 



13 

C 
■J 

17 

4 

I 
w 

4 

4 
1 



US2 



382 



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12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



INSIDE 

MICHAUX! KEEP POLITICS OUT OF JUDGE SELECTION 

METHOD OF SELECTING JUDGES STUDIED 

PANEL WILL EXAMINE STATE'S SYSTEM OF SELECTIf^ JUDGES 

MERIT JJDGE SELECTION BEST METHOD FOR STATE 

GOP SUES OVER ELECTION OF JUDGES 

'^^"'SisTRIcf COURT JUDGES THINK PAY HIKES WOULD BE JUSTIFIED 
JUDGE PAY proposal: DON'T FORGET TEACHERS 
SOME N.C. ^DGES QUIT BECAUSE OF PAY 

JUDGES, N.C, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
SEE ALSO LEGAL ETHICS 

SEE ALSO N.C. JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION 
JUDGE CENSURO FOR BRONX CHEER DURING HEARING 

JUDGES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, JUDGES 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, U.S., MIDDLE DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF JUSTICE 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, JUDGES 

HEARINGS ON JUDGESHIP COULD START IN MARCH 

VOILA! A WORD THAT ISN'T 

JUDGE'S NOMINATION OK'D 

NEW GUIDELINES GIVE U.S. JUDGES LESS DISCRETION 

MURDER VICTIM'S UNMAILED LETTER CRITICIZED JUDGE 

HELMS AIDE SAYS DEMOCRATS' VENDETTA STALLING JUDGESHIP 

JUDGES, U.S., MIMtE DISTRICT 
SEE ALSO JUDGES, DURHAM COWJTY 
CURRIN WITHDRAWS FROM CONSIDERATION FOR U.S. JUDGESHIP 

JUDGES, U.S., SALARIES 
SEE ALSO SALARIES, U.S. 
FEICRAL SALARIES NOT ICTERRING AF'PLICANTS 

JUDGES, WOMEN 

SEE UOfEN, JUDGES 

JUDICIAL BUILDING 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY JUDICIAL BUILDING 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT 14 

SEE 14TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

JUDICIAL DISTRICTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, N,C. 
PANEL APPROVES JUDICIAL DISTRICTS BILL „ „ „ „... ,„,,^^ 
BILL TO CREATE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS TO ELECT MINORITIES PASSES HOUSE 
TURF FIGHTS SLOW BILL ON FORMING JUDICIAL DISTRICTS 
GERRYMANDERING FOR JUDGES 

JUDICIAL DISTRICTS TO BE CREATED IN 10 BLACK AREAS 
60VERM3R FILES SUIT CHALLENGING LAW ON JUDGES 
GOV. MARTIN'S SUIT REKINDLES PAR'TISAN DEB-ATE OVER JUDGES 

JUDICIAL ERRORS 
SEE ALSO ERRORS 
SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C. 
COURT ORDERS A NEW TRIAL IN BR'EAK-IN 

JUDICIAL ETHICS 

SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 
MERIT SELECTION QF JUDGES STUDY IS BEING FRtlPOSED 
SELECTION OF JUDGES f€EDS UNBIASED PLAN 

JUDICIAL RESTRAINT 
'UE, THE PEOPLE' 

JUDO 



WANT JUDICIAL RESTRAINT 



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7/04/1987 
10/24/1987 
11/02/1987 
11/03/1987 
11/03/1987 
11/05/1987 



1 

1 P 
8 
3 
4 



U T30 

N U82 

J 

J 

E 

N 



H 2 4/23/1987 B 1 P N S82 
H 2 4/26/1987 D 4 E 
H 2 7/22/1987 C 3 N 



H 2 10/03/1987 D 6 N 



2/05/1987 C 
8/14/1987 A 
9/10/1987 C 
11/02/1987 A 
11/27/1987 B 
12/28/1987 B 



6 

4 

6 

10 



H 2 5/22/1987 B 5 N 



H 2 1/13/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 4/15/1987 A 13 N 044 



H 





4/17/1987 B 


1 P N 046 


H 


? 


5/13/1987 A 


12 P N 046 


H 


O 


5/18/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


O 


6/27/1987 A 


10 P N 


H 


7 


12/25/1987 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


12/26/1987 C 


. 1 P N 



H 3 11/04/1987 C 



N L40 



H 2 2/13/1987 A 17 P N 
H 2 2/18/1987 A 4 E 



9 7/17/1 



717/1987 A 4 L 



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12/31/1987 



BY S U B J E 



SEE ALSO KARATE 

SEE ALSO HARTIAL ARTS 

SEE ALSO SELF-DEFENSE 

.lUDO THE MOST PAINLESS FORM OF FESTIVAL COMBAT 

TEEN-AGE JUDO CHAMF' HAS A FLIP SIDE! SHE'D LIKE TO MAKE MOVIES 

FESTIVAL ON FILM: WHAT YOU CAN'T SEE... 

UHITE TAKES GOLD IN JUDO 

FA^fi^(«E/ET CETERA 

OJDY'S XKE, NCVaTY, AND PARH STORE 

HAU.OUEEN GROUS If; COSTUE SaLERS ARE BOBBING FOR BABY B-QOHERS... 

THE JUG (SHORT STORY) 

SHE WAS JUST A GIRL, BUT SPIRIT BELONIMi TO HER 

.WGGLING 

GOOD TliCS 
JUCaiNG ACT 

JUILLIARD STRING QUARTET 

JlllIARD B-*SEriBLE TOPS THE RECORDS 

JUILLIARD QUARTET ATTUCD TO MUSIC AND EACH OT>ER 

.AJLE CARR, GENERAL UITHOUT AN tfiW (BOOK) 

JLLE CARR BIOGRAPHY IS CLASSIC CASE OF WRITER FtBESSED BY A CHARACTER 
WRITER'S BOOK HIC-HLICHTS KN. CAR;R 

JULY 4 

SEE ALSO FESTIVAL FOR THE ENO 
CHAPa HILL FIRING JULY 4TH FIREWORKS NIGHT OF JULY 2 
PLAN FOR BUSY FOj'RrH 

CLOSINGS VARY FOR THIS YEi^'S FOURTH OF JULY 
SOME OFFICES CLOSE FRIDAY, SOME MONDAY FOR HOLIDAY 
4TH FESTIVITIES! PARADE, CRAFTS AND FIAYS SCHEDULED IN SNOW CAfP 
4TH FESTIVITIES! WAKE FOREST IS PLANNIf€ FIREWORKS ON FRIDAY NIGHT 
SOME JULY 4 CLOSINGS ON 3RD, SOME ON 6TH 
CREEDMCCR CHAiMBER TO HOLIi JULY 4TH PIDNIC 
PATROL MUSTERS FOR JULY 4 TWiFFIC 
TOMORROW A HOLIDAY FOR MOST GOVERfJMENTS 
F13P GOES T}£ MUSIC, FIREWORKS ON JU.Y 4TH 
CORRECTION 

PATT5I0TIC PYROTECHNICS! INDEFODENCE DAY 211 BUSTS OUT WITH BOOMS... 
JU.Y 4TH CELEBRATIONS PLANiNED AT THREE TOW^JS 
N.C. MILITIA'S HEROICS MAY HAVE BEEN OVERSTATED 
FOIRTH CF dJLY OFFERS FUN FOR ALL 
JUMPING THE...FIRECRACK-ER 
FSSSSW! FMMPH! BOOM! 
THE FOURTH OF JULY A,ND TWO LEGACIES 
THIS DECLARATION — TOO RADICAL FOR SOME TO SIGN 
RIVER, HOLIDAY CROWDS SWaL AT ENO FESTIVAL 
Tf€ BRICE STREET BA^fl:l (AD) 
THIS FOURTH OF JULY HAS SPECIAL MEANING 
JU.Y 4TH: INDEPENDENCE DAY (AD) 
PATRIOTIC HAT 

DURHAM MAN HL'RT HELPING RESCUE PEDFIE AT TOPSAIL 
MAYOR'S CONDITION SERIOUS 

THERE'S ADt,€NTURE AP-LEhfTY IN AN OLD-FASHIONED FOURTH 
E?€R-GETIC CLOGGERS 
GDCRAL SAYS AMERICA MORE PATRIOTIC 
TW<EE-LEGGED RACE 
E)(PLOSIVE VIEW 
BORNE ON Tf€ FOURTH OF JULY 
FIDDLIN' ON THE 4TH 

TRADITIONAL CaEP•RATIC^JS OF JULY FOURTH MARRSi BY NUMEROUS TRAGEDIES 
OFFICIALS HAVEN'T DETEFlMIfCIi WHY PIER COaAPSED 
ESCAPING A DISASTER 

.AJNIOR ACHIEVE?€KT 

SEE ALSO PROJECT BUSINESS 
JLWIOR ACHIEVEMENT! PROJECT BUSINESS BRINGS ECONOMIC LIFE 



c 


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1/21/38 






S 


I 


T 


N 


E 


c 


L 


Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG L 


P BYL 


H 


■> 


7/12/1987 G 


35 P 


F C68 


H 


n 


7/19/1987 B 


1 P 


F P38 


H 


n 


7/19/1987 C 


4 P P F70 


S 


■-> 


7/20/1987 A 


7 


N 


H 


n 


12/14/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


9 


10/30/1987 A 


9 P 


F H45 


H 


o 


6/14/1987 E 


8 P 


W 


S 


o 

^ 


9/21/1987 C 


1 P 


P X94 


S 


o 


11/03/1987 A 


3 P 


P S76 


H 




3/10/1987 A 


13 P 


U S66 


S 




3/12/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


9 


2/22/1987 E 


3 P 


R H45 


S 


o 

i. 


3/06/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


6/19/1987 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


6/25/1987 D 


4 P N 


3 


n 


6/26/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


o 


7/01/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


7/01/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


7/01/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


3 


7/01/1987 B 


1 


N 080 


H 


1 


7/02/'1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


o 


7/02/1987 C 


1 


N H30 


S 


9 


7/02/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


9 


7/02/1987 D 


2 P I 


H 


9 


7/03/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


9 


7/03/1987 D 


1 P F W66 


H 


3 


7/03/1987 B 


1 


N K65 


S 


9 


7/03/1987 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 


7/03/1987 B 


1 P 


I G59 


S 


■-> 


7/03/1987 C 


1 P 


P K-30 


H 


2 


7/04/1987 A 


1 P 


P L38 


H 


9 


7/04/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


-> 


7/04/1987 B 


1 T N B12 


S 


2 


7/04/1987 A 


1 P 


N B85 


S 


9 


7/04/1987 A 


3 P 


A 


S 





7/04/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


9 


7/04/1987 A 


10 D A 


H 


9 


7/05/1987 C 


4 P 


P F70 


H 


n 


7/06/1987 A 


1 P 


N A80 


H 


o 


7/06/19S7 A 


1 


N 


H 


9 


7/06/1987 A 


6 


U GTS 


H 


2 


7/06/1987 B 


1 P 


P R76 


H 


o 


7/06/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


9 


7/06/1987 B 


7 P 


P R76 


S 


2 


7/06/1987 C 


3 P 


P R76 


S 


9 


7/06/1987 C 


3 P 


P F70 


S 


o 


7/06/1987 C 


3 P 


P R76 


H 


■-> 


7/06/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


7/07/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


9 


7/09/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


9 


9/23/1987 E 


7 P 


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JUNIOR LEAa£ OF DURHAM AND ORANC€ COUNTIES 
FACTS COME ALIVE FOR CHILDREN 

UISE-GROUTH MEETING SEEKS TO MEND FENCES _„^,.^.^„ ^„„ 
JUNIOR LEAGUE GIVES $12,000 TO TEe< ANT I -PREGNANCY EFFORT 
JUNia? LEAGUE PLACEMENT FAIR 
BENEFIT MAKES SUCCESSFUL 'TOAST TO SPRING' 
PRESIDEhfTIAL CHAT 

JWl'oR^LEA^E^OF^DU^AM^^ORANGf COUNTIES i VOLUNTEER SERVICES BUREAU-AD 
VOLUNTEERS UaCOME NEW MOTHER'S 
FUN AND LEARNING COME TOGETHER 

JUNIOR LEAGUE OF DURHAM AND ORANGE COUNTIES, BARGAIN SALE 
JUNIOR LEAGUE PREPARING FOR SALE 
JUNIOR LEAGUE BARGAIN SALE 
LIBRARY SHOUS PROFESSOR'S BBC PROGRAM 
fm AND LEARNING COME TOGETHER 
PACKING IN THE BARGAINS 

JUNIOR MISS 

SEE TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 

.AJNIOR OLYMPICS 

SEE AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION 
SEE NATIONAL JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

JUNIOR UOI€N'S CLUB, DURHAM 

SEE DURHAM JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB 

JUNK BONDS 

^s'^^H^^HAF'a HILL COfPANIES ARE LISTED AS NON-INVESTMENT GRADE 
SECURITY FEICRAL'S EARLY HOME LOANS WERE FOR 11 YEARS 
IWESTOR EDEbMAN RECONSIICR'S TAKEOVER OFFER FOR TELEX CORP. 

JUNK FOOD 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
SEE ALSO VENDING MACHINES 
OPTIMISTS OUTSELL PESSIMISTS BY 25X 

JUNK MAIL 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO DURHAM POST OFFICE 
UffORTWJATELY, MAILBOX SUBS AS TRASH BOX 
NEW LAW MEANS N.C. VOTERS MAY GET LOT OF MAIL 

JJNK YARDS 

SEE ALSO S. SWARTZ AND SONS 
PERSON READY FOR SUBDIVISION RULES HEARING _ ^ 
SENATt CURBS BILL TO LET POLIC£ OFFICERS CROSS MEDIANS 
PERSON EYEING JUNKYARD ORDINANCE 

SOME RESIDENTS OF GRAHAM UPSET OVER PROPERTY TAX BILLS 
QUESTIONS REMAIN ON F'ER'SON COUNTY JUNKTARD ORDINANCE 
PERSON TO SET UP ITS OUN HEALTH DISTRICT 
STUBBORN FIRE BURNS SHEDS AT JUNKYARD ^ ^, _^ 
INSPECTORS STUDYING CAUSES OF FIRE IN BUILDING, 4 SHEDS 

JURY DUTY 

SEE ALSO COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNH GRAND JURY 
THREAT OF CONTEMPT WOULD MUZZLE JURORS 
ABORTED UPSHUR TRIAL COSTLY IN MONEY, EMOTIONAL STRESS 
SBI AGENTS STILL QUESTIONING JURY FOREMAN'S CO-WORKERS 
MAKING JURORS PAY MAY KEEP THEM QUIET 
HOUSE DEFEATS BILL ON MURDER CHAR'GE INFORMATION 
JUDGE PUNISHES JURY FOREMAN 



1/20/1987 
2/24/1987 
3/10/1987 
4/02/1937 
4/07/1987 
5/14/1987 
5/19/1987 
6/09/1987 B 
9/29/1987 B 
11/11/1987 B 



6 P 
4 

8 

7 P 

6 F 



F G59 

E 
N S92 

P K'30 
U H45 
8 P P F70 
U H45 
A 

F S27 
F S27 



1 P 
1 P 



10/29/1987 C 

11/04/1987 B 

11/10/1987 B 

11/11/1987 B 

11/12/1987 A 



11 N 
3 P P V03 
2 P U H45 
1 P F S27 

18 P P T37 



2 6/07/1987 C 12 N L41 
2 6/14/1987 C 10 P U L41 
2 11/12/1987 D 10 N 



H 2 2/12/1987 D 3 P U L41 



H 2 3/09/1987 B 1 U 078 
H 2 8/28/1987 A 13 N 



H 


1 


1/06/1987 B 


1 N S80 


H 


7 


6/04/1987 C 


18 N 


H 


1 


7/22/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


1 


3/04/1987 B 


1 N T35 


H 


1 


9/09/1987 B 


1 N S80 


H 


1 


9/23/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


n 


U/09/1987 B 


1 P N M51 


S 


n 


11/09/1987 C 


1 P N L38 



H 


-1 


4/15/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


9 


4/15/1987 B 


1 N S82 


S 


n 


4/15/1987 C 


1 N 


S 


£. 


4/16/1937 A 


4 E 


H 


? 


5/19/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


5/29/1987 A 


1 P H S82 



JURY SELECTION 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



RU.ING ON EXauSION OF BLACKS FRUM JMES AFFECTING N.C. CASES 

SEN. H^yJUISGN CALLS SCHOa CONSTRUCTION PRGP-QSAL HIS BILL 

UPSHLR Xf-CR TALKS, JUDGE RULES MISTRIAL 

REPC-RT: Uf-SHfR nISTRIAL TO ADD EXf-Efi'SE TO ALREADY COSPi-Y CASE 

3 'DEATH-OUALIFIEIi' JJR-QR-S ARE SEATED IN rtURUER TRIAL 

3 XTtiRS ARE SEATEIi IN TRIAL 

3 MORE XRCR-S ARE Aff-R'CVED IN fliRICR TRIAL 

7 XRORS SEATED 

XSTICE: FOftEriAN POST CRt^IAL, RECENT CaRT DECISION REVEiSEIi CASE... 

OJRY TRIi^ BY PEERS 

DEMOCRATS SHCOT DOUN TRIALS UlVrnn Md£S 

XSTICE 

IS THIS REALLY JUSTICE? 
INJUSTICES CAN BE LEGAL 

JIACNILE COJRTS 

SEE ALSO COJRTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO JUVENILE lELINCUENCY 
SEE ALSO XVENILE JJSTICE SYSTEM 
TUO FOl-TIfE PSYCHOLOGISTS TO XIN JIACNILE C0W5T STAFF 

JUVENILE CRIfC 

SEE ALSO CCLiRTS, DLKHj^l CtXiNTY, JUVENILE DIVISION 

SEE ALSO CRI.HES, DURHAM 

SEE AL'SO CRL1INAL JJSTICE SYSTEX 

^E ALSO CRIMIN,AL RECORDS 

SEE ALSO FRIENDS OF YOUTH 

SEE ALSO XVENILE Ifl-INCUENCY 

SEE ALSO SCARED 3TRWIC-HT (TV SPECIAL) 

V^ MOniES CHAh-GED IN SIL'>€R, JEUELRY TtCFTS 

CRAMS TRIES RECONCILIATION P-ROGRArt 

BOY, 15, CHARGED IN HOUSE BREAK-IN 

6 DURHA.1 TEEfv-AGERS FACE H<EAK-IN COLJNTS 

JlAtENILE PETITIC^6 ISSUED IN VANDALISM OF HOUSES 

F-RISON POPULATION CAP BECOMES LAW 

EARLY PAR€L£ FOR YOUC DRiJG TRAFFICKERS [.RAWS 1€AVY FIRE 

E'.CN YCI^G r£Al£RS ICSERVE STIFF SENTENCES 

3 TEENS CHARGED IN CR'I^ SPREE 
TEEN-AGER CHARGED IN FEB. 10 AR^El RCIBBERY 

(M. FtRSON KILLED Wffi^ PICaUP TRUCK RAMS IIHJEX 

YOUTH CWiFiHIi yiTH SMASHIrJG CAR INTO AFARrriB>rr MAY FACE MURKER' TRIAL 
F-R£SII£NT -OF HONCR SOCIETY CHAF:GED UITM KMEIN'G STATi.C, FOUR BREi^\-If« 
BILL WXJLD EXEffT MINORS FROM DEATH PENALTY 

2 TEENS ACCUSED 3F SHCOTIf« aiT 39 CAR' UINDKJS 
JJVENILE ARRESTED IN BOMB THREAT 

iNsire 

PAKEL ENPCRSES DEAPH PO)ALTY BAN FOR MINORS 

TEEN-AGER ARRESTEIi, CHARGED WITH BR£AK-I?^ AT 'MM^ING XNIOR HIGH... 

CAR FtOUS INTO HOJSE; POLICE CHAR-GE TEEN 

4 TEEN-AKRS, ONE CHAR'GED IN KILLING, ASSALH.T GUARDS. FLEE ... 
POLICE NAB 2 CF 4 TEEN ESCAPEES 

3 TEEN ESCAF'EES GIVE if 
WH'J BASH Ft'BLIC SC-HCGLS 

HOUSE CHANGES BILL TO BAN [CAPH P-EhiALTY FOR MINORS 

TEEN ARRfSTED IN HEflERSON; CAR RECOVERED 

ESCAPEE STILL AT '.AROEi 5TH TEEN-6GER' C-IAR'GED 

CCMP'ROMISE IS REACJSi CN lEATH PENALTf AGE BILL 

HOUSE VOTES TO BAN LEAPrl PEf-l^TY FOR PEOPLE 'JNT£R 17 

WHEN YOUTHS Hj^VE DISP-UTES, PrCY RESOLVE T'-iEM LIKt AliLlTS 

A TRAIL C-F STOLEN 'VEHICLES LEAIiS TO LWERAGE DRIVERS 

TUO YOUTHS ARE ARRESTED F3? P-OSSESSING STOLEN CAR 

CK^-iX REDUCED TO 2ND-DEGREE MIJRDER AGAINST ANTHONY R-OSS, 15 

JUVEfdLE OFFICER IS A BIG MAN WITH A Fb=iIR FOR HANIIING KIDS 

GRAND JUR'Y INDICTS 3 Fi3R >^RDER 

12-YEAR-CLL CHAPGEIi iJlTH MAKINiG BCMB 'T^'EAT 

HIRIf* PSYCKOLOGISTS JILL BDCFIT YOUTHS 

TEENS ARRESTED FOR ASSAULTS 

16-YEAR-aii SEnTE'CED FOR ASSAULTING GIRL, 10 



C 


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D — DATE — C 


I T 

L Y 

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H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 


2 2/25/1987 B 
2 4/02/1987 A 
2 4/13/1987 A 
2 4/14/1987 A 
2 10/21/1987 B 
2 10/21/1987 C 
2 10/22/1987 B 
2 10/22/1987 C 
2 10/26/1987 A 


5 N 
13 N 
1 N T35 
1 P N T35 
1 P N S32 
1 N B53 
1 N 
1 N E53 
9 N 



2 4/09/1987 A 14 J R53 



S 2 7/09/1987 A 4 E 
S 2 11/28/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 6/08/1987 B 1 N S82 



H 


1 


1/14/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/06/1987 B 


3 


N U27 


H 


1 


3/05/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


n 


3/10/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


1 


3/10/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 
^ 


3/11/1987 B 


2 F 


' N 


H 


2 


3/12/1987 D 


6 


N 


S 


O 

^ 


3/14/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


3/15/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


n 


3/22/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/25/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 


3/26/' 19-87 B 


4 


N 


H 


'1 


3/26/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


1 


4/11/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


1 


4/16/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


1 


4/29/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


n 


5/02/1987 C 


1 


U T30 


H 


o 


5/06/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


1 


5/06/1987 C 


14 


N 


S 


2 


5/07/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/13/1987 A 


1 


N 


c 


"7 


5/13/1987 A 


1 


N T35 


H 


n 


5/19/1987 C 


1 


N ,151 


H 


2 


5/20/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


i. 


5/20/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


1 


5/20/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


9 


5/21/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


'^ 


5/21/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


•^ 


5/22/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


T 


5/22. 1987 B 


4 P N y27 


H 


3 


5/22.'1987 B 


1 


N BIO 


S 


O 


5/22/1987 A 


10 


N 080 


H 


T 


5/27/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


3 


5/29/1987 B 


1 P N 310 


S 


-^ 

xl 


6/02/1987 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


'^ 


6/03/1987 C 


7 


N 


S 


1 


6/12.^987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/25/1987 B 


O 


N 


H 


2 


7/07/1987 B 


u 


N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



PANEL BACKS DEATH PENALTY BAN FOR YOUNGSTERS 

REVISED BILL UOULD COVER mRl€R TRIAL IN DURHAM 

SENATE APPROVES LIMITING DEATH PENALTT FOR MINORS 

BILL BAR■RI^^G DEATH PENALTY FOR MINORS HITS OPPOSITION 

SENATE COMMITTEE WILL STUDY BILL TO LIMIT DEATH PENALTY FOR MINOR'S 

OF'POSITION FORCES CHANGES IN BIU LIMITING DEATH PENALTY 

BILL WON'T AFFECT DEATH PENALTY 

LET COURTS DECIDE WHEN TO EXECUTE „ „^. ,, 

SENATE APPROVES BILL TO ELIMINATE DEATH PENALTY FOR MINORS UNDER 17 

DEATH PENALTY LIMIT FOR MINOR'S NEAR'S ENACTMENT 

BREAK-INS AT SAME STORE CHAR'GED TO TEEN-AGER 

BILL ENACTED TO LIMIT DEATH PENALTY FOR YOUTHS 

BOYS, 9, 11, CHAR'GED IN RAPE OF 7-YEAR-iXD 

DURHAM POLICE ARREST 6 MEN IN PROSTITUTION CRACKDOUN 

5 TEBtS CHARGED IN CAR BREAK-INS; $12,000 IN STOLEN PR'OPERTY SEIZED 

CITY'S JUVENILE CRIME INCREASING; OFFENSES MORE SERlIOUS 

VIOLENT YOUTHS SIGN OF FAILINGS BY MANY 

TEEN CHARGED WITH 8 BREAK-INS ^ ^__^ ^^^ ^^^,^^ 

YOUTHS PLEAD GUILTY TO STEALING NEWSPAPERS, ARE FINED 

JUVENILE CRIME PREVENTION DAY SET 

TEEN-AGERS HURT IN PARKING LOT FIGHT 

FOUR YOUTHS CHARGED IN OXFORD BREAK-IN 

TW3 YOUTHS CHARGED WITH TAKING tl2,000; MONEY STILL MISSING 

SOME YOUTHS RETURNING GIFTS OF STOLEN CASH 

TEEN PEACEMAKER BADLY CUT 

TEENS CHARGEIi IN SEPT. AFFRAY 

TEEN CHARGEIi IN SH00Tir«3 OF PEDESTRIAN 

HBO DOING rCCUMEffl'ARY FEATURING MANCUSO 

FOUR MORE YOUTHS CHARGEIi IN SLAYING 

STANLY TEEN-AGER HELD IN SHOOTING DEATH OF FATHER 

GROUP HAS $217,566 FOR YOUTH F'ROGRAMS 

BOND SET FOR TEEN IN LINCOLN SLAYING 

ABC CFFICERS CRACKIfffi [OWN ON ALCOHOL AT FOOTBALL GAMES 

15-YEAR-QLD CHARGED IN SHtMTINGS AT HAUOUEEN PARTY 

CAR REPORTED STOLEN IN FLA. FOUND IN DURHAM; 5 CHARGED 

TWO GIRIS APPREHENDED IN BOMB CALLS 

WOMAN SAYS FOOD STAMPS, CHECK 'STOLEN 

TEEN FACES CAR THER, OTHER CHARGES 

TEEN ACCUSED OF FIVE BREAK-INS 

TEEN CHARGED WITH AUTO THEFT 

JUVENILE ESCAPEES CAF'TURED IN DURHAM 

NO CHARGES TO BE FILED IN MANOR FIRE 

STORE HOLDUP THWARTED; TEEN SHOT 

TEEN-ii«3ER SHOT IN HEAD AT S.C. STORE DIES 

SUNSHINE OF THIS GREENHOUSE IS DEALING WITH GIRLS' ANGER 

WEAPONS CHARGE FILED AGAINST TEEN IN ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING AT HOLTQN... 

COUPLE CHARGED IN CONNECTION WITH TEEN-AGE LARC3JY RING 

JUDGE RULES TOY GUN CAN BE DEADLY WEAf'ON 

UPSHUR ARR'ftlGNED FOR SECOND TIME ON MURDER CHARGE 

THREE TEENS CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS 

STANLY COUNTY TEEN-AGER INDICTED IN FATHER'S DEATH 

JUDGE D.Q. LABARRE BECOMES SPECIALIST IN JUVENILE CASES 

POLICE SEEK 3RD PERSON IN PAWN SHOP ROBBERY 

YOUTHS AWAIT SENTENCING IN HOLDUP THAT LED TO DEATH OF A COMPANION 

FOUR TEE^JS CHARGED WITH GIM6H0UL BREAK-IN 

TEEN CHARGED IN FOUR OAKS FIRE 

JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY-BASED ALTERNATIVES TO TRAINING SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL RECORDS 

SEE eLSO DURHAM ALTERNATIVES TASK FORCE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY YOUTH HOUSE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM YOUTH HOME 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE COURTS 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE CRIME 

SEE ALSO JJVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO YOUTH GANGS ^ ^^ „^,^ 

TWO FULL-TIME PSYCHOLOGISTS TO JOIN JUVENILE COJRT STAFF 

HIRING PSYCHOLOGISTS WILL BENEFIT YOUTHS 

VIOLENT YOUTHS SIGN OF FAILINGS BY MANY 



N 

P 

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



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H ' 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 



D — DATE- 



PAGE! 143 
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C -PG L P BYL 



7/08/1987 B 
7/15/1987 B 
7/16/1987 D 
7/17/1987 
7/18/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/22/19S" 
7/24/1987 
7/24/1987 
7/24/1987 
7/26/1987 B 
7/29/1987 A 
7/29/1987 B 
8/06/1987 C 
3/20/1987 B 
8/24/1937 B 
9/01/1987 A 
9/02/1987 B 
9/15/1987 C 
9/18/1987 C 
9/22/1987 C 
9/23/1987 C 
10/02/1987 B 
10/03/1987 A 
10/05/1987 
10/06/1937 
10/07/193"; 
10/07/1987 
10/09/1987 
10/09/1987 
10/27/1987 
10/27/1987 
10/29/1987 B 
11/01/1987 C 
11/07/1987 C 
11/13/1987 B 
11/13/1937 A 
11/16/1987 C 
11/18/1987 C 
11/23/1987 B 
12/01/1987 C 
12/03/1987 B 
12/' 03/ 1987 B 
12y'04/19S7 B 
12/07/1987 B 
12/03/1987 C 
12/11/1987 C 
12/15/1937 C 
12/19/1987 C 
12/19/1987 C 
12/22/1937 D 
12/23/1987 A 
12/24/1987 C 
12/28/1987 B 
12/29/1987 C 
12/29/1987 A 



15 

10 

1 



N 

N 

N 

N L40 

N L40 

N L40 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



1 P N BIO 



N M51 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S32 

N 

N 
P N 

N 

N M51 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

2 N 080 
6 N 
8 N 
5 P N P38 
4 N 
2 N 

N S82 

N S82 

N 080 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 080 

N 



1 

12 
9 

7 
>j 

3 
1 
7 

1 

7 
3 
4 
7 



H 2 6/08/1987 B 1 N S82 
S 2 4/12/1987 A 4 E 
S 2 9/01/1987 A 4 E 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 3 Y 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



GROUP HAS $217,566 FOR YOUTH P-RCGRAMS 

Sl^JSHINE OF THIS GREB^HOUSE IS DEALING WlfH GIRLS' ANGER 

JUVENILE JJSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL RECORDS 
SEE ALSO IiURHAM ALTER'NATIUES TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO JUVENILE COURTS 
SEE ALSO JUVENILE DaiNQUENCY 
JUVENILE OFFICER IS A BIG MAN WITH A FLAIR FOR HANIIING KIK 

K-MART (AVONCALE DRIVE) 

CHILD PROTECTION PROGRAM 

K-MART (PARKWAY PLAZA) 

CHILD FTOTECTION PROGRAM 

K-MART GREATER GREENSBORO OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

SEE M.SO GREATER GREENSBOR'O OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT 
GGO ACQUIRES SPONSOR FOR $1 MILLION PURSE 

K-M(«T STORES 

THIEF GRABS F^URSE FROM WOMAN IN LOT 

DISCOUNT STORES WlY BE CUHING THEIR OWN PROFITS 

K-TRflN CORP. 

REYNOQiS BEEF-HSUARIO CIGAREHES WILL MOVE IN FRttNT OF THE COUNTER 

KGB CHICKEN 

SEE THE CHICKB'I (FORMERLY KNOWN AS KGB CHICKBI OF SAN DIEGO) 

KR-ON MEDICAL GR-OUP 

SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO TEMPORARY PHYSICIANS 
RENT-A-DOCTOR BUSI^JESS BOOMING OPERATION 
TRIANGLE TAKES 60 PER^CENT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL AWARDS 

KABIVITRUM A. B. 

SIOISH FIRM MOVING RESEARCH TO CLAYTON 

KAISER-PERMANENTE MEDICAL CARE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO HEALTH MAINTENAt^CE ORC-ANIZATIONS 
HEALTH-WISE 

NOMINEES SOUGHT FOR ENDOWED CHAIR 
STATE EMPLOYEES' HELP SOUGHT ON HEALTH PLANS 
FAMILY RATES TO RISE FOR STATE HEALTH PLANS 
RTP CREDIT UNION FINDS NEU LOCATION 
CaORFUL CRITTERS PROMOTE HEALTH i, FITNESS FAIR 
PROGRAM PROMOTES SAFETY 

KAISER ROTH HOSIERY MILL 

SEE KAYSER-ROTH HOSIERY CORP. OF BURLINGTON 

KALL 4 CO. INC. 

N.C. CHALLENGES SECURITIES FIRM OVER PAST NAME CHA^ffiE, PENALTY 

KAMERADSCHAFT (BROTHERHOOD) (FILM) 

GUTSY 'KAMERADSCHAFT' IS AN OLDIE AND GOODIE 

KAMPUCfCA 

SEE ALSO CAMBODIA 
S.E. ASIA TOUR MAKES IHF'RESSION 

KANGAROOS 

WAR AGAIf^T KANGAR'OOS 
CULLING THE KANGAROOS 
PROTECT THE KANGAROOS 



N E 
P D 



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E L Y 

-IiATE — C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 10/27/1987 C 3 P N 
H 2 12/07/1987 B 5 P N P38 



H 3 5/29/1987 B 1 P N BIO 

H 2 3/17/1987 A 4 L 

H 2 3/17/1987 A 4 L 

H 2 9/09/1987 B 3 N 



S 2 1/05/1987 C 1 H 
H 2 11/02/1987 A 10 N 



H 2 8/19/1987 A 9 N 



H 2 7/20/1987 B 9 N 
H 2 11/11/1987 C 5 N L41 



H 2 7/12/1987 C 5 N 



S 2 1/22/1987 C 1 P P T37 

H 2 5/08/1987 B 5 N 

H 2 5/14/1987 A 12 N 

H 2 8/20/1987 B 2 N 

S 2 8/22/1987 A 11 P N 

H 2 10/09/1987 C 1 P N P38 

S 2 10/29/1987 D 5 N 



H 2 12/27/1987 B 



H 2 8/07/1987 D 10 



2 8/10/1987 A 13 P N W55 



2 12/01/1987 A 
2 12/04/1987 A 
2 12/11/1987 A 



KANNAPOLIS, N.C. 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1997 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



KANNAPOLIS THR0UIN6 BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR CANNON MILLS 

KANSAS 

IS THIS REALLY JUSTICE? 

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 
Ha?TCN TAKES ANOTHER SHOT AT LIMELIGHT 

KANSAS CITY ROYALS 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
BO JACKSON MAY GET ROYALS' NOD IN LEFT 
BRETT SEE1<;S INJURY-FREE YEAR 

KANSAS STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
BR-OWN BIDES HIS TIME 

UOLFPACK PLAYS 'CAUSE GAME' AGAINST KANSAS 
MANNING POWERS JAYHAWKS PAST UOLFPACK, 74-60 
'W)RST' GAME PERPLEXES VALVANO 
MANNING THE BEST? 

KAP^A ALPHA 

inspector: fraternity owners TAKING NOTICE, WORKING ON HOUSES 
FRATERNITY WON'T USE CONFEDERAT FLAG 

FRATERNirr- AT WAKE FOREST STOPS USING SYMBOLS OF CONFEDERACY 
WAKE FRATERNin SHOWS VERY GOOD JUDGMENT 

KAPPA ALPHA PSI 

DR. FRANKIIN WILL SF€AK TO FRATERNITY 
DR. THOMF'SON UILL SF€AK TO FRATERNITY 
TWO FRATS NEAR FINLEY PASS TOWN INSPECTION 
MAKING PLANS 

KAPPA DELTA 

SORORITY PLANS BALL 

KAPPA SIGMA 

INSFtCTOR! FRATERNITY OWNERS TAKING NOTICE, WORKING ON HOUSES 
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL TO BENEFIT FROM DUKE-CARt)LINA FOOTBALL 
KfifPA SIGMAS RENEW DUKE-UNC TRADITION 

TV£ a?EENSBORO SCRAMBLE! FANCY FOOTWORK LANDS NEW FIELDCREST...IN CITY 

KARATE 

SEE ALSO JUDO 

SEE ALSO MARTIAL ARTS 

SEE ALSO SELF-DEFENSE 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE WOMEN'S MARTIAL ARTS 
MIGHH MITE 

RLLE NO. 1 IN KARATE aASS! KIDS CAN'T SHOW OFF— EVER 
ONLY 30 INCHES OF CONCRETE STAND BETWEEN HIM AND 5TH DEGREE BELT 

KATE B. REYNOLDS HEALTH CARE TRUST 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 
CAMCER PATIENT SUPPORT PROGRAM RECEIVES GRANT 
DUKE CANCER PROGRAM GETS FUNDS 
ECU TO START NEW CENTER FOR DISABLED 

BLUE CROSS, CHURCHES TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE FOR CHILDREN OF POOR 
GROUP SAYS SPINA BIFIDA PROJECT HELF'ED FAMILIES CUT THEIR COSTS 

KATE VAIDEN (ECOK) 

F'RICE NOVEL WINS CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD 
AN HONORED WRITER 

KATHARINE SMITH REYNOLDS SCHOLARSHIP 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 
PERSON HIGH STUDENT AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP 



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D — DATE- 

2 8/29/1987 A 11 N 

2 7/09/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 7/05/1987 B 1 P N C36 



4/02/1987 D 
4/02/1987 B 



1/24/1967 B 
1/25/1987 C 
1/26/1987 B 
1/26/1987 D 
1/27/1987 D 



H 2 7/31/1987 A 

S 2 12/18/1987 C 

H 2 12,'19/1987 D 

S 2 12/-23/1987 A 



S 

S- 

H 



2 1/13/1987 A 

2 1/15/1987 A 

2 8/15/1987 B 

2 12/15/1987 C 



1 P N C52 
1 P N F52 



2 P N D18 
4 N 
2 P N 
2 P U D18 

1 P U Die 



18 N B81 

7 N 

6 N 

4 E 



5 P N 
9 P N 

3 N 080 

6 P P 



H 2 9/10/1987 C 10 N 



7/31/1987 A 
11/13/1987 C 
11/19/1987 A 



6/26/l'?87 C 



2 3/25/1987 D 
2 6/17/1987 B 
2 12/01/1987 D 



7/05/1987 C 

7/07/1987 A 

3/03/1987 C 

10/30/1987 B 

12/- 04/ 1987 B 



18 
4 
4 



N B81 
N 

E 



4 P P 

5 P N P38 
4 P N A76 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N C60 



H 2 1/13/1987 A 3 N 
H 2 1/18/1987 D 4 E 



H 1 4/28/1987 B 1 P N 



KATH.EEN PRICE AND JOSEPH M. BRYAN FAMILY FOUNDATION, INC. 



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SEE ALSO JOSEPH M. AND KATHLEEN PRICE BRYAN RESEARCH BUILDING 
SEE ALSO -'OSEPH M. AfJD KATHLEEN PRICE BRYAN UNIW. CEhJTER 
'^€ARTBREAK QUEEN' WILL SING IN UILSCN 
MATH SCHOOL TO GET GRANT FOR FAaiLTY LeVELOF'MENT 
FOJNDATION GIVES taCOOO TO CENTER 



KAY JEWELERS 

fCTUORK OFFERING COMPUTERIZED N.C. 



CONTRACT DATA 



KAYAKS 

SEE ALSO BOATS 

SEE ALSO UHITEUATER PAIiDLIt4G 

MAKING A SPLASH 

SPEED, STRENGTH HIGW.IGHT THE 'DRAG RACES ON WATER' 

PADDLING IT OUT 

HERBERT WINS 3RD STRAIGHT IN KAYAKS 

KAYAKING COMPETITION BRINGS HENICRSON NATIVE BACK 

KAYBE (WHINE CO. 

ENGINEERING SKILLS PAYING OFF 

KAYE PRODICTS INC. 

CATES SUORN IN; SAYS BUSI^€SS LEAVING DURHAM FOR HILLSBOROUGH 
CATES TAKES OATH, ANNOUNCES PLANT 
BOARD SEEKS AID FOR ROAD 

KAYSER-ROTH HOSIERY CORP. OF Bl^lINGTON 

HOSIERY IN GREENSBORO PtJT ON AUCTION BLOCK' 

KEEP WCRICA BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO CLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO LITTER 

'JO.UNTEER'S SOUGHT TO CLEAN LAKE AREA 

LITTER PREVENTION, RECYCLING MEETINGS HELD IN PINEHURST 

DID DIIiN'T 

SEVEN-BA^ffl PARADE SUNDAY 

DURHAM HaiDAY PARADE 

HAPPY HOLIDAYS 

KEEP AfCRICA BEAUTIFUL SYSTEM CF DURHAM-DURHAM CO. 
SEE ALSO CLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO GARBAGE COLLECTION, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO LITTER 

ANTI-LIHER GROUP TO SPORT NEU NAME 

WHAT'S IN A NAME? 

KEEP N.C. BEAUTIFUL, INC, 

SEE ALSO LITTER 

SEE ALSO N.C. CLEAN AND BEAUTIFUL INC. 
TAR ICEL FIRST LADIES KICK OFF CLEANUP 
REAGAN HCf-IORS PRESERVATIONISTS WITH FIRST ANNLIAL AWARIi 
GROUP SEEKS TO PROMOTE RECYCLING DURING OCTOBER 
STATE JOINS RBCJED EFFORT TO PROMOTE RECYCLING 

KEEPER OF THE DREAM SCHOLARSHIP 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 
2 WIN MARTIN LUTHER KING SCHOLARSHIP 

KEaOGG CO. 

COUNCILMAN-NCOJ PROF NAMED KaLOGG FELLOW 

KEUY SERVICES 

RETAILERS REF-QRT JANUARY SALES BETTER THAN EXPECTED 

KENAN (UiaiAM R., JR.) CHARITABLE TRUST OF NEU YORK 
SEE WILLIAM R. KENAN JR. CHARITABLE TRUST OF iNEW YORK 

KENAN DEVELOPMENTS INC. 

NEW HOTEL COMPLEX PLANNED NEAR lOJKE 
DEVELOPMENT STILL IN PLANNING STAGE 



SIT i 

N E ELY I 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 7/14/1987 B 5 P U W66 
S 2 7/14/1987 B 1 N 
H 2 9/03/1987 B 10 N 



H 2 6/25/1987 D 6 P U L41 



6/14/1987 D 
7/12/1987 G 
7/19/1987 A 
7/19/1987 C 
7/23/1987 B 



1 P F M66 
30 P F 060 

1 P F K30 
11 N 

1 N H60 



H 2 5/09/1987 C 1 P N S80 



12/15/1987 C 
12/15/1987 A 
12/30/1987 B 



1 P N MIO 
9 P N 080 
1 N MIO 



10/24/1987 A 13 N 



4/28/1987 
6/24/1987 
10/22/1987 
12/04/1987 
12/07/1987 
12/07/1987 



6 
9 

3 P 
4 

1 P 
1 P 



N 
N 

P T32 
L 

P C45 
P T32 



S 2 6/30/1987 A 11 N 
S 2 7/01/1987 C 13 P P T37 



H 2 4/17/1987 B 5 N M97 

H 2 7/22/1987 B 9 N 

S 2 10/02/'1987 A 9 N 

H 2 10/03/1987 D 4 N 



S 2 2/07/1987 A 3 P N 
S 2 7/18/1987 C 1 P N 
H 2 3/15/1987 D 10 P U L41 



S 2 1/08/1987 A 1 M N W82 i 
S 2 5/11/1987 C 1 N U82 \ 



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S I T 

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mm OIL CO. 
HAJCR resource: 



LIBRARY'S BUSINESS REFERENCE SECTION OFFERS SHORTCUTS... H 2 11/19/1987 C 1 P U L41 



KENAN PROFESSORSHIPS 

SEE ALSO UILLIAM RAND KENAN PROFESSORSHIPS 
6 KENAN PROFESSORS APPOINTED AT UNC 

MNAN STADIUM 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL KENAN STADIUM 

KENAN TRANSPORT CO. ,^. „„ „^^^^, 

mam PROGRAM GIVES OLDER WORKERS A HAND IN JOB SEARCH 
KENAN TRANSFCRT CO. EARNS *2.7 MILLION 
INSIDER TRADrre 

INSIDER TRADL^JG ^ „ ,,„^^ 

KENAN TRANSPORT STOCKHOLDERS RAISE CEILING ON TOTAL SHARES. 
KENAN TRANSPORT QUARTERIY PROFITS UP 
ERUIN EXPANSION FIRM BUYS PANTRY 
KENAN TRANSPORT DIVIIOID 
INSIDER TRADING 

KENAN TRANSPORT EARNINGS INCREASE 
EARNINGS DIGEST 

l«AT, FIRST PREDICTS CONSUMERS MAY CUT HOLIDAY SPENDING 
DURHAM HOME SALES AVERAGE $105,172 
MANY INVESTORS FAIL TO REALIZE THEY HAVE LEGAL RIGHTS 
WhEN A BROKERAGE FIRM GOES BANKRtJPT 

KENAN TRUST 

SEE WILLIAM R. KENAN JR. fflARITABLE TRUST iDF NEW YORK 

KENANSVILLE, N.C. 

DECISION ON GOLF CART TEES OFF METER READER 

KENLY, N.C. 

TOBACCO'S THE SUBJECT 

KENNELS 

SEE ALSO PETS 

SEE W.SO VETERINARIANS 

IT'S A HAPPY HaiDAY AT T>€ KENNEL 

KDJ'S QUICKIE MART (ALSTON AVE.) 
3 MEN UITH GUNS ROB STORE 
3 MEN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 
FOUR CHARGED IN SERIES OF ARMED ROBBERIES 
SUSPECTS IN ROBBERIES FACE MORE CHAR'GES 
STORE OPERATOR AND UIFE SENTeCED FOR DRUG SALES 
5TH MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY OF STORE ON ALSTON AVENUE 
2 BROTHERS INDICTED IN STABBING DEATH 

KEN'S QUICKIE MART (UNIVERSITY SQUAR€) 
MAN CHARGED UITH ROBBERY 

MAN CHARGED UITH ASSAULT ACCUSED OF ROBBING STORE 
DURHAM MAN IS INDICTED IN DEATH OF UNC STUDENT 

KENT ST, 

MERCHANTS, POLICE TALK TEEN CRIME 

KENTEX CORP. 

MARYLAND FIRM MOVES TO DURHAM 

KENTUCKY 

^E ALSO LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 
KENTUCKY'S IMAGE SUFFERS N.C. BLOW 

KENTUCKY lERBY 

SEE ALSO HORSE RACING 
INCREASE RACING C-Q'viERAGE 
THE KENTUCKY DERBY/THE NORTH CAROLINA DEF;BY (CARTOON) 



2/28/1987 A 10 N 



H 


2 1/08/1987 A 


16 F 


U L41 


H 


2 2/07/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 4/05/1987 C 


16 


N 


H 


2 4/26/1987 C 


17 


N 


H 


2 5/05/1987 A 


9 


N L41 


H 


2 8/05/1987 A 


9 


N 


S 


2 8/15/1987 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 9/16/1987 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 11/01/1987 C 


21 


N 


H 


2 11/04/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 11/05/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/15/1987 D 


10 P U L41 


S 


2 11/16/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/29/1987 D 


11 P U L41 


H 


2 12/20/1987 D 


10 


U L41 



S 2 8/07/1987 B 4 N 
H 2 7/20/1987 B 10 P P 



H 


2 12/21/1987 A 


6 P F H45 


S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 10/27/1987 C 
2 10/29/1987 B 
2 10/30/1987 C 
2 10/31/1987 B 
2 11/06/1987 C 
2 11/11/1987 B 
2 11/18/1987 C 


1 N 
3 N 

2 N M51 
10 N 

1 N S82 
8 N 

3 N 



H 2 3/10/1987 C 14 N 080 
H 2 11/13/1987 B 3 N 080 
S 2 12/09/1987 A 15 N 080 



H 2 6/10/1987 C 1 N A54 
S 2 7/30/1987 C 1 N U82 

H 2 12/05/1987 D 5 N 



H 2 4/10/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 5/02/1987 A 4 T T C50 



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12/31/1587 



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PA6E1148 
1/21/38 



ROSES FO? TfC RECUF'ERATED 

KE^f^UCK■Y FRIED CHICKEN 

COCKY ROOSTER PROVES HE'S NO CHICfiEN LITTLE 
CHICKEN SECRET IN JlOF'ARDY 

KENYA 

SEE ALSO AFRICA (SEE ALSO NM€S OF COUNTRIES) 

SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 
DEPORTATION OF 7 MISSIGfWIES PROTESTED 
N.C. CHIKCH CAUED PAWN IN 'ABSURD' KENYA CQUF' REPORT 

KERNERSVILLE, N.C. 

LIGHT BLL'E HYDRANTS HAVE S0«£ ACC FANS 3EEL'« RED 

KER-OSEhC 

SERVICE STATION ISSLES RECALL OF KER-OSENE 
HEATING FUEL WARNING ISSUED 
APPARENT KEROSENE SPILL FTOBEIi IN IllRHAM 
OFFICIiyj TRACE MROSEfC LEAK TO GAS STATION 
KEROSENE SPILL TRACED TO TANK AT SER-VICE STATION 

KER•OSE^E fCATER'S 

HAN DIES IN FAYETTFVILLE FIRE 

UARtilNG; IF UNSAFE, A KER-OSE,^ ^CATER CAN COST YOU? LIFE 

COS AND DCN'TS f(^ HEATERS 

HEATI^«5 SAFETY CAN REDUCE UIMTER TRAGEDY 

2 DIE IN FIF£ STW^TED BY KEROSENE hEATER 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -fij L P BYL 

H 2 5/03/1987 A 1 P P 



KERR AREA TRANSPORTATION ALTTICRin 

GRANVILLE OFFICIAL SAYS TRAfJSPORTATICN BIGGEST HITCH IN UOfaffARE PROSRAil H 



KERR DAM 

KERR U^ KEEPS HIHING RECORD LEVELS 
CHANCE OF FL00DI«3 AT KERR LAKE RECEDING 

KERR DRUG STORES 

DR«3 CHAIN FOlMiER KERR GIVING COWANY REINS TO SON 

KERR LAKE 

SEE ALSO BUGGS ISLAND LAKE 
SEE ALSO KERR RESERVOIR 

A COLD DAY AT KERR LAKE 

JORDAN LAKE HITS RECORD WATER LEVEL 

KERR LAKE BLOCKS CAR'S 

PARKS A(»CY NA^ES DISTRICT SUPERINTENffiNT 

KERR LAKE IS STILL THE BEST BET FOR CAilF'SITES 

COLD UINfCF'S 

coil ttATHER FAILS TO ICTER ANGLERS 

HIGH WATER' CLOSES SOME CAWING AREAS 

SHORTER ROAD, LGi»ER DOCK 

CORPS SAYS DAM PREVD^TED FLOODIfJG 

AREA LAKES RECEIE, KERR LEVB. STILL HIGH 

KERR LAKE HITS 319.15, HIGHEST LEi-EL IN ITS HISTORY 

CuRP-S RELEASES KERR LAKE WATER 

KERR LAKE KEEPS HITTING RECCFH LEVELS 

HIGH WATER AT KEFJ< LAKE 

CHANCE OF FLOODLNG AT KERR LAKE RECEDING 

RALEIGH MAYOR'S LAKE PR-OP-CSAL DESERVES AX 

CAMPSITES STILL CLOSEIi AT KEFS LAKE 

SOR-RY, CAMPERS, KERR LAKE STILL TOO RJLL: n« AREAS TO BE OF'EN. 

OFF limits: LURED BY PFIDFITS, POAC'r£F;S TAKE FISH AND C^ME 

COMPLAINTS F-ROMF'TED CRACMOUN 

MEMORIAL DAY CELEBRATCRS HIT N.C. SEACWES AND KER'R LAKE 

TRIANGLE LAKES DRAW CROUDS 

FLOODING down: LAKE REOPENING 

SOME KERR LAKE RECREATION AREAS BEING RECFEhO 

KIMBALL FtllNT REOPENS 

POWER BOAT RAMS SAILBOAT ON KERR LAKE 

LOW SPEED SURFING 



2 10/18/1987 C 
2 11/18/1987 A 



2 11/18/1987 B 
2 11/19/1987 B 



H 2 10/08/1987 A 17 N 



2^05/1987 C 

2/06/1987 B 

12/05/1987 A 

12/'09/1987 A 

12/10/1987 B 



1/06/1987 B 
1/12/1987 A 
1/12/1987 A 
1/23/1987 A 
1/30/1987 B 



N 

N S51 
N M06 
N M06 
N 



14 
1 P 
1 
4 
4 



N 

N C60 
F 

E 
N 



1 2/'05/1987 B 1 N S80 



2 4/30/1987 A 1 P N S80 
2 5/01/1987 A 1 N S80 



H 2 12/'31/1987 A 14 N 



H 


1 


1/06/1987 B 


1 


P F S76 


H 


1 


3/05/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


.i 


3/10/1987 B 


1 


F' p (-66 


H 


1 


3/10/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


-T 


3/20/1987 B 


1 


N S80 


H 


9 


4/12.'1987 B 


10 P P 


H 


n 

•^ 


4/12/1987 B 


10 


N U60 


H 


2 


4/13/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


O 


4/22/1987 B 


1 


P P S76 


H 


1 


4/25/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


C 


n 


4/27/1987 A 


1 


C N H70 


H 


n 


4/29/1987 A 


1 


N 


S 


n 


4/29/1987 A 


1 


N S33 


H 


? 


4/30/1987 A 


1 


P N S80 


H 


1 


4/30/1987 B 


1 


P P 376 


H 




5/01/1987 A 


1 


N S30 


H 


n 


5/03/1987 D 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/21/1987 D 


12 


N 


H 


1 


5/22/1987 S 


1 


P N S80 


H 


n 


5/24/1987 n 


1 


P F H60 


H 


j-t 


5/24/1987 D 


n 


N H60 


H 


o 


5/25/1987 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


5/25/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


S 


9 


5/29/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


5/10/1987 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


n 


7/03/1937 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/04/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/25/1987 A 


1 


P N L41 



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S I T 

N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -F13 L P BYL 



GUESS UHO UON 

ROANOKE RIVER GROUP SEEKS VANCE'S HELP 

KERR, JORIiAN LAKE PATROLS TO BE BEEFED UP 

KERR LAKE, CAffPSITES 

SEE ALSO CAMPING (SEE ALSO fJAHES OF CAMPS) 
K'ER'R LAKE IS STILL THE BEST BET FOR CAMPSITES 
HIGH WATER CLOSES SOME CAif'ING AREAS 

CAMF-SITES STILL aOSEIi AT KERR LAKE ^ ^„ ^^ „^^, 

SORRY, CAMPER'S, KERR LAKE STILL TOO FULL: TWO AREAS TO BE OPEN. 
SOME KERR LAK"E R£CREATION AREAS BEING REOPENED 
KERR CAMPING AREAS REOPEN 

KERR LAKE SCWJOL 

U.U. JOHNSON, KERI? LAM SCHOOL HEADMASTER 

KERR LAKE SPRING ART SHOW 

SITE OF KERR LAKE ART SHOW CHANGED 

KERR RESERVOIR 

SEE ALSO KERR LAKE 
CORPS RELEASES KERR LAKE UATER 
KERR LAKE KEEPS HITTING RECORD LEVELS 
CHANCE OF FLOODING AT KERR LAKE RECEIUNG 

KERR-TAR COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 

SEE ALSO COLTCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENTS 
CREEDMOOR MAYOR LEADS REGIONAL COUNCIL 

KEY CO. 

D.C. TRADE GROUP PREDICTS GROUTH FOR COMPUTERS 

ELECTRONIC TAX FILING IS BEIrfG EXPANDED AFTER TRIANGLE TRIAL 

KEY REPORTS QUARTERIY LOSS 

KEY HOtCS, INC. 

DURHAM PLAWCRS UARY OF ZONING RULE 

KEY VaUNTEER 

SEE ALSO VOLUNTEER SERVICES BUREAU 
SEE ALSO VOLUNTEERS, DURHAM 
SUCH GOOD FRIENDS 

COMMI^IITY IDEALS STRESSEIi AT VOLUNTEERS LUNCHEON 
1987 KEY VOLUNTEERS HONORED FOR HARD WORK, IiEDICATION 
VO-UNTEERS; DURHWI'S FINEST EARN WELL-DESERVED PRAISE 
VCLUNTEERS GET DEEP SENSE OF SATISFACTION 
DINOSAURS, MUSIC THEIR FOCUS 

PRmiUCTIVE, CARL'«j, CONCERNED DESCRIBE BUSY VOLUNTEERS 
VOLUNTEERS' WORK WROVES QUALITY OF LIFE IN DURHAM 



2 7/25/1987 A 

1 11/04/1987 C 

2 11/20/1987 B 



3/20/1987 B 
4/13/1937 A 
5/21/1987 D 
5/22/1987 B 
5/30/1987 C 
6/06/1987 C 



10 P P L41 
1 N 
1 N L40 



1 N S80 

11 N 

12 N 

1 P N S80 

1 N H60 
1 N 



2 1/12/1987 B 
1 5/16/1987 C 



2 4/29/1987 A 
2 4/30/1987 A 
2 5/01/1987 A 



2 2/19/1987 D 
2 6/11/1987 D 
2 9/01/1987 B 



2 3/15/1987 E 

2 5/01/1987 B 

2 5/01/1987 B 

2 5/04/1987 A 

2 5/04/1987 A 

2 5/05/1987 B 

2 5/06/1987 B 

2 5/08/1987 B 

2 6/09/1987 B 



6 
1 N 



1 N S33 
1 P N S80 
1 N S30 



H 1 9/24/1987 B 1 N 



6 U L41 
5 P U L41 
5 N 



S 2 6/10/1987 A 1 N X51 



6 P 
2 P 

1 P 

2 P 
3 



F 'rWS 

N H45 

N 

E 

F 

F 

F 



CSO 
C30 
CSO 
X75 



KEY WEST, FLORIDA 
SEE ALSO FLORIDA 
KEY ^EST; TRANQUIL ISLE NOT WITHOUT PROBLEMS 

KEYf-JOTE (RECORDING CO.) 

KEYNOTE HAS 21-DISC REVIVAL 

KEYS 

LOCKING YOUKELF OUT COULD ALMOST RUIN DAY 

KIDNAPPING, CHAPEL HILL 

ORANGE COUNH GRAND JURY INDICTS DURHAM MAN IN ASSAULT, RBBBERY 

CHAPEL HILL MAN FACES 3 CHARGES 

RESENTENCING ORDERED FOR KILLER OF 8-YEAR-OLD 

KIDNAPPING, lURHAM 

SEE ALSO HOSTAC€S, DURHAM 
GIRL KIDNAPPED FROM MALL, RELEASED 
POLICE LINK SOUTH SQUARE KIDNAPPING, GREENSBORO RAPE 
MAN ABDU:TED AT KNIFEPOINT 



2 12/27/1987 D 
2 5/01/1987 D 
2 4/24/1987 B 



2 1/07/1987 B 

2 9/12/1987 C 

3 11/06/1987 C 



2 1/25/1987 B 
2 1/26/1987 3 
2 1/31/1987 B 



1 P F B30 
3 R S66 
1 T F MIO 



6 N W27 
3 N 
1 N L40 



7 N 
3 N 
1 N 



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12/31/1937 



B Y 



hAN SAYS HE WAS KIDNAPPED, ROBBED 

CHARGES IiROPPEIi IN ROBBERY CASE 

MAN RECEIVES 10-YEAR TERh IN KIIWAFflNG, ASSALILT CASE 

MOTORIST KIDNAPPED, BEATEN, ROBBEH 

GUNMAN ROBS DELI, ABDUCTS MANAGER 

MANAGER KIDNAPPED, SEXUALLY ASSAULTED AFTER SHOP ROBBEIi 

POLICE RELEASE SKETCH OF MAN MHO ROBBED E£LI 

ROXBORt) MAN ABIUCTED, ROBBED 

DURHAM MAN FACES CHARGE OF ABDUCTION 

WOMAN ACCUSED OF FALSE CRIME REP'ORT 

WOMAN REPORTS ABDUCTION, ASSAULT 

DUWAM POLICE SEARCH FOR ALLEGED KIDNAF'PER 

KIDNAPPING REFdRT FALSE, POLICE SAY 

DURHAM FtOPLE GET HOAX CALLS ABOUT ABtHCTIONS 

MAN GETS 30 YEARS FOR ASSAULT 

COURT UPHOLDS MAGISTRATE'S CONVICTION 

TWO ARRESTED, THIRB SOUGHT IN ASSAULT, KIDNAF'PING CASE 

MAN KIDNAF'PED IN MALL LOT, ROBBED i MAN WITH GUN HITS DURHAM LAUNDRY 

MALL EMftOYEE KIDNAPPED, ROBBED 

STORE WORKER REPORTS ROBBERY 

PLEA BARGAIN CALLS FOR 15-YEAR TER+I IN BEATING DEATH 

MOTEL IS ROBBED; CLERK ASSAULTED; DUR'HAM MAN JAILED 

KIDNAPPING, INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO HOSTAGES, IRAN 

KYOTO PROFESSOR SLAMS TOP-DOLLAR TERRORIST PAY-OFF 

STATE DEPARTMENT, HELMS DROP' DIFFEREhJCES TO HELP NURSE 

WITNESS FOR PEACE SAYS MEMBER TAKFN BY CONTRA REBELS 

U.S. IS SEEKING PELEASE OF THREE HELIi BY CONTRAS 

CONTRAS MAY Fh£E ACTIVIST SDON 
■ WITNESS FOR PEACE SETS VIGIL TODAY 

VIGIL SEEKS RELEASE OF CONTRA PRISONERS 

INCIDEf^ HUi'TS CONTRA IMAGE 

WITNESS FOR PEACE WORKER TO BE FREED, CONGRESSMAN SAYS 

WITNESS FOR PEACE BUOYED BY REF'ORT OF FISHER'S RELEASE 

WITNESS FOR PEACE VO-UNTEER REACHES MANAGUA 

KIDNAPPING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOSTAGES, N.C. 
FORT BRAGG MURDER' PRtJBE STEFFO UP 
MORE KIDNAP CHARGES FILED AGAINST MAN 
IST-IEGREE MURDER CONVICTION SOUGHT 
CUMBERLAND OFFICERS GOING CAREFUaY IN MURDER PROBE 
PaiCE LINK SOUTH SQUARt KIDNAPPING, GREEhJSBORO RAF'E 
FORT BRAGG SOLDIER FACES MORE CHARGES 
FORT BRAGG SOLDIER CHARGED WITH FOURTH ASSAULT 
BODY IIENTIFIEIi AS CHARLOTTE KIDNAPPL^iG VICTIM 
MAN FACES HEARING IN N.C. HOSTAGE CASE 

N. C. GIRL MISSING FOR 10 YEARS IS REUNITED WITH l€R' MOTHER 
COURT UPHOLDS REVOCATION OF PROBATION IN FIRE CASE 
PERSON GIRL KIIiNAPPED, ASSALITED 
MAN CHARGED WITH KIIiNAP OF TWO REAL ESTATE AGENTS 
TEEN RECOVERS FROM QRDEAL, BUT IT CHANGED A QUIET TOWN 
50-YEAR SENTENCES ORDERED IN DEATH OF RETARDED MAN 
LIFE SENTENCES GIVEN IN KIDNAF'PING 
OXFORD MAN CHARGEIi 
WOMAN CHARGEIi IN ABDUCTION PLOT 
MAN CHARGED WITH KIDNAPPU«, ASSAULT 
CUSTODY SUIT REINSTATED AGAINST N.C. GRANDPARENTS 
GUNMAN TAKES 6 HOSTAGES IN ELIZABETH CITY, CAF'TURED 
MARYLAND MAN FACES ROBBERY, ASSAULT, KIDNAPPING CHARGES 
ARMY COOK IS INDICTED ON 21 FaONY CHARGES 
REUNION TODAY TO END 39-YEAR 'VISIT' TO N.Y. 
YOUNGSVILLE MAN FACES ASSAULT, KIDNAP CHARGES 
KIDNAPPING, INDUCING ESCAPE CHARGES LODGED 
FORT BR'AGG COOK CHARGED WITH SLAYIN6S 
ASSAULT, KIDNAPPING CHARGES FILED 
CAR WITH CHILD IN IT TAKEN, RETURNED 
FAYEHEVILLE MILITARY HEARING DUE TODAY 
BATTLEBORO MAN GIVEN 2 LIFE TERtlS IN MURDER 



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2/C1/1987 B 


■J 


N 


H 


3 


2/13/1987 B 


1 


N 030 


H 


2 


4/03/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


n 


5/20/1987 B 


8 


N 


S 


9 


5/28/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


n 


5/29/1987 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


6/05/1987 C 


1 f 


■ N T85 


S 


2 


6/11/1987 A 


9 


N 


S 


O 


6/20/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/25/1987 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 


8/14/1987 A 


15 


N 


S 





9/03/1987 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


n 


9/04/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


n 


9/17/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


o 


10/07/1987 C 


1 


N !380 


H 


n 


10/08/1987 B 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


11/11/1987 B 


3 


N 


3 


1 


11/26/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


11/27/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


12/'04/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


n 

IL. 


12/19/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


n 


12/26/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


9 


5/28/1987 D 


6 P U L41 


H 


1 


7/18/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


10/21/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


9 


10/22/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


10/24/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


n 


10/27/1987 D 


.5 


N 


S 




10/27/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


10/28/1987 A 


2 


N 


H 


9 


10/30/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 




11/01/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


11/02/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


1/09/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/10/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


•> 


1/14/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/20/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/26/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


n 


1/27/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


9 


1/23/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


9 


2/10/1987 C 


9 


N 


S 


9 


2/12/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


9 


2/14/1987 A 


12 


P N 


H 


1 


3/04/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


1 


3/17/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


4/02/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/12/1987 C 


3 


F 


H 


1 


4/13/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/19/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


1 


5/05/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


9 


5/22/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


3 


6/06/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


6/19/1987 B 


4 


N 


S 


9 


7/03/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


9 


7/04/1987 C 


T 


N 


H 


9 


7/10/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


7/11/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


1 


7/30/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


n 


8/04/1987 B 


9 


N 080 


S 


n 


8/06/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 




8/15/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


1 


9/10/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


n 


9/21/1987 A 


1 


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S 


9 


10/06/1987 C 


3 


N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



BY S U B J E 



N.C. APPEALS COURT ORDERS HEARING ON CONyiCTEIi RAPIST 

ARMY MUM ON MURDER SUSPECT 

GRAY PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER ^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ 

SO-DIER GETS 8 LIFE SENTENCES FOR FAYETTEVILLE SLAYINGS, RAPES 

EXTRADITION TRIAL SCHEDULED FOR FUGITIUE WANTED IN N.C. 

WAKE FOREST OFFICER TREATED „^^^^ 

AUTHORITIES SAY SON HEUi WAKE FOREST POLICEMAN HOSTAGE 

KIDNAPPING, ORANGE COUNTY 

RtJEBERY CASE INFORMATION SUPF'RESSEIi 

SEX ASSAULT, KIDNAP VICTIM WON'T TESTIFY 

KIDNAPPING, SEX ASSAULT SUSPECT CAUGHT AFTER QUICK REF'ORT 

KIDNAPPING, ASSAULT BRING LIFE TERM 

WIFE INBICTEIi ON MURDER CHAR:GE IN HUSBAND'S DEATH 

FATHER INDICTED ON CHARGE OF STABBING SON 

MAN GETS FIVE YEAR'S FOR ASSAULTING WOMAN 

KIDNAPPING, U.S. 

SEE ALSO HOSTAGES, U.S. 
MISCONCEF'TIONS ON PORNOGRAPHY 

CHILD TO STAY IN DURHAM, BUT HIDItN, UNTIL hCARING 
CWiRGE AGAINST NICOLE'S MOM DROPPED 
MAN SOUGHT WHO ABDUCTO TEEN, BABY 
RALEIGH TEEN'S DEATH FOCUS OF S.C. TRIM. 
RTI SEES CHANGES ON MISSING CHILDREN 

KID(€Y DIALYSIS 
SEE DIALYSIS UNIT 

KIDNEY DISEASE 

SEE ALSO mtaSlS UNIT ^ ^^ ■ 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NA(€S OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
SEE ALSO HYPEROXALURIA 

ELECTKICm CUT OFF TO MAN ON DIALYSIS 

STUDENTS STEP UP FOR KIDNEY FUNDS 

STUIiENTS GIVE UP HOLIDAY TO HELP OTHERS 

UALKIN' 

HIUSIDE HIKERS HIT THE R-OAD 

STUIENTS PASS MIDPOINT IN TREK ACROSS STATE 

RAIN DOESN'T DAMPEN HILLSIDE HIKERS' SPIRITS 

HILLSIIC HIGH HIKERS HEADING FOR CHAFIOTTE 

KIDNEY FOUNDATION OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO KIDfCY TRANSPLANTS 
HILLSIDE HIGH HIKERS HEADING FOR CHARLOTTE 

KIDNEY' STONES 

SEE ALSO LITHOTRIPTER 
LIVING IN THE STONE BELT CAN BE DA^JGEROUS TO YOUR KIDNEYS 
LITHOTRIPTER TO HIT THE ROAD SOON JUST LIKE A 'ROLLING STONE' CRUSHER 
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL TO BEGIN USING MOBILE LITHOTRIPTER 
MICHAUX MISSES MEETING AFTER KIDNEY STONE AHACK 
FOR-hlR GOVERNOR HOSPITALIZED 

KIDf€Y TRANSPLANTS 

SEE ALSO KIDNEY FOUNDATION OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO ORGAN DONORS AND TRANSPLANTS 

SEE ALSO SCUTHEASTERtJ ORGAN PROCUREMENT FOUNDATION 

CHILD'S KIDNEYS TURNED TO STONE BY RARE DISORDER 

YOUNG DUKE KIDNEY RECIPIENT GOES HOME 

STUDENTS GIVE UP HOLIDAY TO HELP OTHERS 

KIDS KLUB INC, 

RINK NOISE HAS CRITIC CLAMORIfffi FOR ACTION 

KIDS ROOM 

TRIANGLE'S NEW STORES TO CF'EN BEFORE HOLIDAYS 

NEU JEWELRY STORES OPEN AT NORTHGATE, 'SOUTH SQUARE MALLS 



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H 
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2 10/07/1987 B 
2 10/14/1987 B 
2 11/06/1987 A 
2 11/07/1987 A 

1 12/03/1987 B 

2 12/29/1987 A 
1 12/30/1987 B 


7 
3 
1 

1 
9 
7 
1 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


3 2/03/1987 C 
3 3/24/1987 B 

2 4/24/1987 A 

3 5/06/1987 C 
3 3/04/1987 B 
2 9/02/1987 A 
2 11/04/1987 D 


3 

1 
16 

1 

1 
13 

6 


N 080 
P N B81 
N BIO 
N 080 
N 080 
N 080 
N 080 


H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 


2 3/26/1987 A 
2 10/06/1987 A 
2 10/15/1987 B 
2 U/26/1987 C 
2 12/09/1987 C 
2 12/26/1987 A 


4 

1 
8 
1 

14 
1 


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N M51 
N 
N 
N 
N B85 



S 


2 10/28/1987 A 


14 N 


H 


2 12/22/1987 A 


- 1 P N J40 


S 


2 12/24/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 12/26/1987 A 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 12/26/1987 A 


1 ? Hm6 


H 


2 12/29/1987 C 


2 P N 


H 


2 12/30/1987 B 


1 H 


S 


2 12/31/1987 C 


1 N 



2 12/31/1987 C 1 N 



H 


2 


1/13/1987 A 


9 P F C60 


H 


3 


5/23/1987 C 


1 P N L90 


H 


n 


7/23/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


^ 


9/30/1987 D 


6 P N 


S 


2 


11/14/1987 C 


1 N 



H 
H 
3 


2 5/29/1987 B 
2 8/31/1987 B 
2 12/24/1987 A 


1 P N C60 
7 N 
4 E 


H 


3 11/20/1987 B 


1 N K65 


H 
H 


2 10/25/1987 D 
2 11/01/1987 C 


11 P U L41 
19 P U L41 



KIDS' WORLD (CHAPa HILL, N.C.) 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1987 - 12A51/1937 



BY SUBJECTS 



LICENSES FOR IiAY-CARE CENTER REVCKEIi 

THORPE SELLS DAY-CARE CENTER 

STATE CLOSES CHIUi CENTER OVER LICENSE 

KILL DEVIL HILLS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO KITTY HAWK, N.C. 
WRIGHT BR0TWEF3 MISSING AS^IN 
TIERE'S HISTORY IN STATE'S QUAIffT TOUNS AND INNS 
SOfCONE RErfOVED HEAD FRUM BEACHEIr WHALE 
CREU OF VOYAGER VISITS SITE UHEFt WRIGHT BROTHERS FLEW 

KILLER BEES 
SEE ALSO BEES 
ItfORTED BUGS A FtST 



TVE KILLING FIELDS' DESCRIBES CAPTIVITY 



THE KILLING FIELIS (FILiD 
JOURNALIST PORTRAYED IN 

KIMBRELL FURNITlfl<E 
CHIP, CHIP 
CHANGII'^ FACE 
AM]Tf€R ONE CRUMBLES 
WHAT A PANE 

KIMONOS 

MITSUBISHI'S UATANABE F'R'ESENTS KIMO^^OS TO ARTS COUNCIL 
KIMONOS PRESENTED 

KINASE C 

CANCER INSTITUTE GIVES DUKE $3.2 MILLION FOR RESEARCH 

KINCAID FIIJNITUR'E COMPANY, INC. 
BUSL'ESS HIGHLIGHTS 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

NORTEK CHALLENGES N.C. ANTI -TAKEOVER LAWS 
T>£ BOTTOM LOfC: LADD'S SHOT AT TAKEOVER LOOKS GOOD... 
EAR'NINGS DIGEST 

KINDER-CARE LEARNING CQfTER 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CBfTERS 
COUNTY DENIES ZONE FOR FIRMS, OFFICES 

KINDERGARTENS, DURHAM 

SEE DURWlM cm SCHOOLS, KlffflEKGARTEN 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOaS, KINDERGARTEN 

KINDERGARTENS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C. 
FIVE KINDEF:GAF:TEN KIDS WERE FLAYING WITH REAL MONEY 
PROGRAM MAY AID DISABLED CHILISEN 
BILL TO LO'WER KINDERGARTNERS' AGE 

KINDERGARTEN FR,'CF1jSAL i40ULD FOCUS GN DEVELOPMOfTAL SKILLS 
IMMUNIZATI2N ROLES AfPlY TO KINDERGARTEN, 1ST GRADE 
N.C. STUDIES PRE-SCHCOL FRfiGRAM 
STATE FflNIiER'S ROLE AS FRE-5CH0GL SPON'SOR 

KINETICON LTD. 

COMPANY TO BUILD PLANT NEAR TRIANGLE PARK 

T>€ KING AND I (PLAY) 

SIAMESE, IF fW PLEASE 

KING BR-OTFERS ELECTRIC CO. , INC. 

DURHAM BUSINESSES UPSET OVER FEE HIKE 

KING DIAMOND (MUSIC GRtlUP) 

'SPEED METAL' GROUP HAS A BLAST 

KING MACKEREL AND THE BLUES ARE RUNNING (SHOW) 



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H 3 8/28/1987 B 1 N MIO 
H 3 9/11/1987 C 1 N 
H 3 9/12/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 4/15/1987 A 10 N 

H 2 10/04/1937 E 6 N 

H 2 11/13/1987 3 7 N 

H 2 12/13/1987 C 5 P N 



S 2 7/16/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 1/21/1987 B 3 P N 



S 2 12/'05/1987 C 1 P P U62 

S 2 12/09/1987 C 1 P P M66 

H 2 12/10/1987 B 1 P P M66 

S 2 12/10/1987 C 1 F P U62 



2 5/04/1987 C 
2 5/06/1987 D 



2 11/14/1987 A 



9/24/1987 B 

9/25/1987 B 

10/01/1937 D 

10/14/1987 A 

11/25/1987 A 



3 P N U66 
6 P P K30 



12 P 



S 2 7/15/1987 C 1 N M06 



H 


n 


2/07/1987 A 


14 


N 


S 


-> 


4/07/1987 A 


9 


N 


S 


n 


6/03/1987 C 


T 


J R53 


S 


-y 


6/04/1937 A 


=: 


J R53 


H 




3/29/1987 C 


A 


N 08O 


3 


n 


11/04/1987 A 


7 


J f<5Z 


S 


o 

^ 


11/05/1987 A 


5 


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H 2 11/21/1987 C 1 N 

H 3 5/15/1987 B 1 P P T37 

S 2 7/04/1987 A 1 N H70 

H 2 8/28/1987 D 5 R C81 



*:&i 



-U(630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY SUBJECTS 

1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 . 



RESTAURANT SHOWS 'FAMILY TREASURES' 

JAZZ SERIES IN DURHAM, 'MACKERa' IN MOREHEAD 

PRODUCED DIXON NOU HIS OUN RIS1^^G STAR 

KINGS' DAUGHTER'S HOME „ „ 

SEE ALSO INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF THE KING'S DAUGHTERS ANIi SONS 
SEE ALSO WALK AND TALK CLUB OF DURHAM 

StELTERING HOME CIRCLE PLANS MEETINGS 

RUMMAGE SALE 

KINGS MOUNTAIN, N.C. 

BEER AND WINE ROLLING INTO KINGS MOUNTAIN 
HOUSEWIFE COMPETING FOR TV STATION 

KINSTON, N.C. 

MOBILE HOME FIRE KILLS KINSTON MAN 

MOBILE HOME BURNS NEAR KINSTON; 1 KILLED 

KINSTON NUTRITION DIRECTOR HONORED FOR IMPROVEMENTS 

RADIATION THERAPY CENTER IS PLANNED 

TOWNS' BREAMS GONE AGLIMHERING AS DEVELOPER FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY 

KINSTON POLICE INVESTIGATE DEATHS OF TWO UOt€N 

KINSTON INDIANS (BASEBALL TEAM) 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEAGUE 
MINOR LEAGUE TEAM BACK IN KINSTON AGAIN 
FANFARt: NEW CHIEF 
SIEEERT, BULLS HOLD OFF INDIANS 
BULLS BEAT, PASS KINSTON 
BULLS WIN 4TH STRAIGHT 
BULLS TAKE OVER FIRST 
KINSTON QUIETS BIXLS' BATS 
BUaS' OFFENSE MISSI^fl3 VS. KINSTON LER-HANICR 
HARGROVE SUCCESSFUL ROOKIE SKIPPtR 
RAIN HALTS BULLS 
INDIANS TOMAHAWK' SMITH'S STREAK 
BULLS SCRATCH OUT SPLIT WITH KINSTON 
BIXLS START 2ND HALF WITH LOSS 
RUN IN NINTH LIFTS KINSTON PAST DURHAM 
BUXS STILL UINLESS IN 2ND HALF 
CR'ISWELL, BULLS CHOP DOWN INDIANS, 7-4 
BILLS COME HOf€, SLIDE PAST KINSTON 
GHELFI'S PITCHING BEATS BULLS 

Gt£LFI STYMIES BILLS, BUT SID AKINS STEALS TPE SHOW 
BILLS SCORE LATE, WIN 8-2 
BILLS TOP IST-PLACE KINSTON 

BULLS' RERUN SUttESS STORY, GET ANOTHER WIN OVER INDIANS 
BULLS WHIP UP TASTY WIN 
BUaS DROP 4TH STRAIGHT 
JOHNSON'S HR ENDS BULLS' LOSING STREAK 
JONES, SMITH PACE BULLS TO 9-2 VICTORY 
MILLER'S PITCHING KEEPS KINSTON FROM aiNCHING TITLE 
INDIANS CLINCH WITH WIN OVER BLILS 
INDIANS STOP BULLS FOR DIVISION TITLE 
BILLS ROUT KINSTON 

BUJ.S RIP 1ST PLACE TRIBE, DESPITE RARE TRIPLE FLAY 
CAROLINA LEAGUE MAY HO AFFILIATION SHUFFLE 

RALEIGH baseball; BULLS LOOKIfffi FOR GREEN, SO INIiIANS MIGHT bEE RED 
WaFF CONTRtlLS RALEIGH HOPES 
NEH3TIATI0NS EXFECTEB THIS FALL ON RALEIGH PRO BASEBALL 

KISS YOUR BABY WEEK 

FTOTO COhJTEST HAS MEDICAL FOCUS 
RAISING MONEY 

KISSING 

STUDENTS IN ttCDOUEU PROTEST KISSING BAN 

KISSINIS? C0W1ISSICN ON CENTRAL AMERICA 
SEE ALSO CENTRAL AMERICA 
N.C. -TIED aVOUP BEGINS CENTRAL AMERICAN TALKS 



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2 1/13/1987 A 17 U U66 
2 5/19/1987 C 12 P U U66 
2 U/20/1987 D 12 P F L37 



4/25/1987 A 
6/03/1987 B 



6 I 
1 P P M66 



H 2 2/21/1987 A 18 N 
H 2 7/20/1987 C 2 N 



s 


2 


4/21/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


O 


4/22/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


5/26/1987 A 


6 P F H45 


H 


2 


10/30/1987 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 


12/'29/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/29/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


n 


1/11/1987 B 


6 


N G50 


H 


2 


l/2'9/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/01/1937 C 


2 


N 


H 





5/02/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


5/03/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


5/04/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


n 

1^ 


5/19/1987 D 


1 


P N C52 


S 


2 


5/19/1987 B 


2 


P N P52 


H 


o 


5/20/1987 B 


7 


P N C52 


S 


2 


5/20/1987 D 


1 


P N F'52 


H 


2 


5/21/1987 D 


1 


P N C52 


S 


7 


5/21/1987 B 


1 


P N P52 


H 


2 


6/20/1987 D 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/21/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


6/22/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/07/1987 B 


2 


N C52 


S 


n 


7/07/1987 B 


o 


P N P52 


H 


2 


7/08/1987 D 


1 


P N C52 


S 


2 


7/08/1987 D 


1 


P N P52 


H 


2 


7/09/1987 D 


1 P N C6a 


S 


2 


7/09/1987 B 


1 


P N F'52 


H 


2 


7/10/1987 C 


1 P N C68 


S 


2 


7/10/1987 D 


2 


P N P52 


H 


2 


8/08/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/09/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/10/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/23/1987 B 


1 


N C52 


H 


2 


8/24/1987 B 


2 


N C52 


S 


2 


8/24/1987 D 


4 


P U F-52 


H 


2 


8/25/1987 B 


2 


P N C52 


S 


2 


8/25/1987 D 


3 P N F'52 


H 


9 


3/30/1987 B 


2 


N C52 


H 


2 


10/04/1987 A 


1 


M N 046 


S 


n 


10/08/1987 B 


3 


P N P52 


H 


9 


10/09/1987 C 


1 


N 046 


H 


o 


9/17/1987 D 


6 


N 


S 


9 


9/21/1987 C 


2 


P P C45 



H 2 5/06/1987 B 



H 2 12/14/1987 A 



N rJ36 



-1X630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
lZ'31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE1154 
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S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — MTE — C -PG L P BYL 



KITE FLYING 

SPRING FLING 

LET'S GO FLY A KITE 

CLEARING V€ RECORD 

KITTREa, N.C. 

KITTREU HOUSE BURNS 

HUBERT y. GRISSOM, FORMER TOWN MANAGER OF KITTFELL 

VANCE BOARD PROVIDES MONEY TO COMPLETE SENIOR CITIZBJS CENTER 

STRESS MANAGEMENT SEMINAR TODAY 

KITTR€LL, N.C, ELECTIONS 

CANDIDATES IN KIHREa ARE UN0PFt3SED 
NO CHALLENGERS RUNNING IN KITTRELL 

KITTY HAWK, N.C. 

SEE ALSO KILL DEVIL HILLS, N.C. 
$450,000 KIHY HAUK GIFT RAISES QUESTIONS 

KITTY HAI« AIRPORT EXECUTIVE PARK (CARY, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARKS 

BUSI^ESS PARK DEDICATED 

SiL MARKS 60TH WITH BASEBi^X, CONCERT 

KIVETT'S, INC. (aiNTON, N.C.) 

COMPANY IN SAMPSON COUNTY MADE CHAIR FOR POFt'S VISIT 

KIUANIS CLUBS 

SEE BL'FtlNGTON KIWANIS CLUB 

SEE DURHAM KIUANIS CLUB 

SEE FRIENDLY CITY KIUAf.lIS CLUB 

SEE HOWRABLE ELDERS KIUANIS CLUB 

SEE ROXBCR'O KIUANIS CLUB 

SEE TOBACCOLAND KIUANIS CLUB 

KIUANIS INTERNATIO^^AL 

SEE ALSO SEX DISCRIMINATION 
COLLEGIATE KIUANIANS HOLIUNG CONVENTIOf^ 

KLAN-NAZI TRIAL 

SEE C0^81UNIST WORKERS PARTY 
SEE KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE NAZI PARTY, N.C. 

KLANUATCH 

SEE ALSO ANTI-KLAN MOVEMENT 
SEE ALSO KU KLUX KLAN 

MILLER'S RISE IN MOVEMENT OF WHITE SUPREMACISTS CUT SHORT 

PROSECUTORS MAKE DENT IN RACISM 

KLEE^EX 

GIVE HIM A READING TEST 

KLOPMAN DIVISION 

BUSIfCSS HIGHLIGHTS 

KNEES 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR KT€E STUDY 

PHYSICAL TfCRAPY, AND DETERMINATION, GET MS. GOODE GOING 

KNIGHT HERITAGE AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO YMCA, DURHAM 
HITCHINGS TO RECEIVE 'FOOTSIE' KNIGHT AWARD FROM DUR-HAM YMCA 

KNiarrs of pythias 

NEW OFFICERS 



S 2 3/30/1987 C 1 P F MO 
H 2 4/12/1987 A IFF L38 
H 2 4/14/1987 A 2 N 



H 2 3/16/1987 B 2 N 

H 2 3/21/1987 C 2 

H 1 4/08/1987 C 1 N 

H 1 6/27/1987 C 1 N 



H 1 3/08/1987 C 2 N 
H 1 10/31/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 10/26/1987 B 5 N 



H 2 6/11/1987 D 5 N 
S 2 6/13/1987 A 3 P N 



H 2 9/03/1987 D 11 H 



H 2 3/07/1987 B 6 N 080 



S 2 5/01/1987 A 11 N 
S 2 11/24/1987 A 10 N 



H 2 4/29/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 9/09/1987 B 7 N 



H 2 4/09/1987 A 14 N 
H 2 12/23/1987 C 5 P N D80 



H 2 2/15/1987 C 9 P N 
H 2 2/12/1987 C 9 P P F70 



KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 



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SEE KU KLUX KLAN 

KNiniNG 

KNITTING CLASSES 0F7ERED 

SHE'S HAKING IT IN NEU YORK CITY 

KNIVES 

TEEN ARRESTQi ON WEAPON CHARGE 

KNOLL MANK; rest HOME 

SMOKER STARTS KNOU MANOR FIRE 

K-NOULEDGE SYSTEMS CORP. 

N.C. STATE FACULTY MEMBER, COMPANY ARE FOCUS OF AUDIT 
AUDIT REPORT SAYS NCaj PROF HAD CChFLICT OF INTEREST 

KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 
SEE ALSO TENNESSEE 
SEPTEMBER INSIGHT 

KOCH SILFU? PRODUCTS CO. 

CICMICAL-BUYING CO^<TRACT EXTENDED 
COJNCIL ENDORSES CHANGE IN POSTMARK 

KODAK 

SEE EASTMAN KODAK CO. 

KOHLBETO K'RAVIS ROBERTS 4 CO. 

OUENS-ILLI^^OIS PLANS TO DWEST DIVISION UITH Tt*;EE PLAfJTS IN N.C. 

KOPPERS CO. I^^c. 

SEE ALSO fCLLO L. TEER CO. 
LIGGETT f, MYERS GETS NEU JOB OF HANDLING BOOKS 
INSIDER TRADING 

F(K)D FOR TWlUaHT: LIUIPUTIAN FARE IS CULINARY HIT OF '87 
INSirCR TRADING 

HANDBOOK HELPS DETERMINE COSTS OF MOTEL FANTASY 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 
GRADUATE PAY SURVEY 
INSIiKR TRADING 

KOREA 

SEE ALSO NORTH KOREA 
SEE ALSO SOUTH KOREA 
KOREAN BABY BONDS UITH NEU FAMILY IN DURHAM 

KOREAN CHURCH OF NORTH CAROLINA 
SEE ALSO CHURCHES, N.C. 
KQREW^ CHURCH MAKES MEMBERS FEEL AT HOME: CONGREGATION GROWING STRONG 

KOREAN WAR 

KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL AN APF'ROPRIATE SYMBOL 
'CHOSIN FEU' MEMBERS RECAa HELL OF KOREAN BAHLE 
INSIDE 

KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL 

SEE ALSO WAR MEMORIALS 
KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL AN APP-RtlPRIATE SYMBOL 

KORN-KERRY INTERNATIONAL 

HARD LOOK AT UfC EXPECTED TO AID CHANCELLOR SEARCH PANEL 

KOSTROMA, SOVIET UNION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, SISTER CITIES 
SEE ALSO SISTER CITIES PR'OGRAM 
SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION 

SISTER CITIES! DURHAM LINKS UP WITH USSR 

AN UNSUITAH.E SISTER CITY 



S 2 1/15/1987 A 12 P F G59 
H 2 6/05/1987 B 2 P F H45 



H 3 2/14/1987 C 1 H 080 
H 3 1/22/1987 B 1 N 080 



H 2 10/14/1987 C 5 N 
H 2 12/13/1987 B 1 N 



H 2 9/06/1987 D 5 T J U09 



H 2 12/22/1987 C 1 N 
S 2 12/22/1987 C 1 N H70 



H 2 1/13/1987 B 9 N 



H 


2 1/15/1987 D 


7 P U L41 


H 


2 3/01/1987 C 


12 U 


H 


2 4/30/1987 D 


5 P U L41 


H 


2 5/24/1987 D 


13 N 


H 


2 7/23/1987 B 


4 P U L41 


H 


2 8/16/1987 C 


11 N 


H 


2 11/01/1987 C 


21 N 


H 


2 11/22/1987 D 


12 N 


H 


2 12/03/1987 C 


5 U L41 


H 


2 12/13/1987 D 


16 N 



S 2 6/18/1987 A 6 P F G59 



H 2 6/01/1987 B 1 P F C80 



H 2 5/23/1987 A 4 E 
S 2 11/11/1987 C 1 M N B53 
S 2 U/14/1987 B 1 U T30 



H 2 5/23/1987 A 4 E 
H 3 12/10/1987 B 1 N 



2 5/31/1987 A 
2 6/10/1987 A 



1 M N C19 
4 L 



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KOUAL-UARD ADVERTISING AND VISUAL DESIGN 

QUAINT LITTLE CHAPEL HILL HOR'E EXPB6IUE THAN HOUSTON 

KRESa FOlMiATION 

DIKE GETS $800,000 FIEDGE 

KTWKR CO. 

HOMEOWNERS' GROUP OFfOSES GROCERY SITE 

DURHAM HOME SALES DOWN OVER LAST YEAR'S FIGURES 

KROGER STORE (HILLSBOROUGH ROAD) 

SOUTH CAROLINA MAN HELD ON EXPOSURE, TRAFFIC COUNTS 

KROGER STORE (LAKEUOOD SHOff'ING CENTER) 
MAN ACCUSED OF BREAK-IN AT KR^OGER 

KKON MEDICAL GROUP 

SEE KR-ON (€DICAL GRtJUP 
SEE TEfftlRARY PHYSICIANS 

KU KLUX KLAM 

SEE ALSO ANTI-KLAN MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO ARYAN NATIONS 

SEE ALSO CODE NAME! GREENKILi (BOOK) 

SEE ALSO CROSS BURNINGS 

SEE ALSO KLA?WATCH 

SEE ALSO NAACP 

see also north car'qlinians against racist and religious violence 

see also the ofher 

see also uhite patriot party 

5 klansmen char'ged in munitions investigation 

cimin raf's speed of move against uhite patfiots 

agent says state has worked haf.'d to investigate supremacist groups 

there has been progress 

fifth man is arrested on conspiracy charge 

civil rights leaders hail klan verdict 

fbi's ku klux klan probe uas uindercover success 

clearing tve record 

fbi fw3bes klan assault in mof«<oe 

two white supremacists fiead guilty to char:ges 

court over'turns klansman's perjury conviction in n.c. 

panel: police can manage bias pridblems 

KKK MAY rally IN DURHAM 

SBI CRITICIZED ON ITS HANDLING OF HATE GROUPS 

HOUSE APPROVES BILL ON ADJUSTING lUl SENTENCES 

'TOTAL WAR' LETTER' SPARKS SEARCH 

ERECTING CRIDSSES GOD'S COMMAND, MAN SAYS 

PAPERS SAY SEDITION INDICTMENTS EXPECTED 

GRAND -JWIES IN TWO STATES INDICT 15 WHITE SUPREMACISTS 

11 KLAN MEMBER'S MARCH IN ROXEORO 

FEDERAL OFFICIALS WANT INFORMATION TO SET UP MEETING WITH GLENN MILLER 

BILL AIMED AT 'SECRET SOCIETIES' 

FEDERAL AGENTS AR-REST GLENN MILLER IN MISSOURI 

MILLER'S RISE IN MCVEMDJT OF UHITE SUPREMACISTS CUT SHORT 

POLICE SUSPECT CRtlSS BURNING UAS TEEN PRAfJK 

KLANSMAN IS SENTENCED ON ASSAULT CHARGE 

FIGHT THE HATE GROUPS 

GREENSBORO SAYS IT CAN'T RESCIND KLAN MARtH PERMIT 

KLAN GROUP SEEKS PER'MIT FIK DURHAM MARCH JUNE 14 

WEEKEND KLAN MARCH RAISES FEAR, ftf<GER FROM '79 INCIDENT 

group: GREENSBORO NOT KLAN COUNTRY 

KLAN CHAPTER SEEKS PERMIT FOR MARtH IN CHAPEL HILL 

CLARIFICATION 

KLAN leader: WHITES TO EXERtlSE RIGHTS 

'THIS IS NOT KLAN COUNTRY' 

ANTH<LAN MARCH IN GREENSf-ORO DRAWS PEACEFUL 300 

CAP-PISTOL SHOOTER AR-RESTEIi AS KLANSMEN MARCH LOUDLY 

"SP-RINGTIME FOR HITLER AND TVE TARHEEL STATE" (CARTOON) 

COUNCIL DISTURBED ABOUT KLAN MARCH 



H 2 2/01/1987 B 12 P U L41 
H 2 12/'04/1987 C 3 N 



H 3 5/28/1987 B 1 N L90 
S 2 8/17/1987 C 2 N 



S 2 12/14/1987 A 3 N 
H 2 8/01/1987 A 11 N 



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1/23/1987 A 


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1/27/1987 A 


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2/13/1987 A 


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2/14/1987 A 


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2/16/1987 A 


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N H70 


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4/25/1987 C 


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4/27/1987 C 


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4/28/1987 B 


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4/29/1987 A 


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5/01/1987 A 


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5/01/1987 A 


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5/12/1987 C 


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N 080 


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5/14/1987 A 


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5/:'0/1987 A 


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5/22/1987 B 


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6/04/1987 C 


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N 


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6/05/1987 B 


3 


N U27 


H 


2 


6/05/1987 B 


3 


N 030 


H 


9 


6/05/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


6/05/1987 C 




N 


H 


9 


6/07/1987 A 


1 


■ P L38 


H 


9 


6/07/1987 C 




N U27 


H 


9 


6/08/1987 A 


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6/09/19S7 A 




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6/09/1987 B 




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S U B J £ 



PLANS FOR KLAN MARCH RILE COUNCIL MEMBERS 

GREENSBORO KLAN RALLY COST $40,000 

LET KLAN, GAY ACTIVISTS PAY FOR THEIR PARADES 

PARAKS OFFENSIVE TO DOMESTIC TRANQUILITY 

PERMIT GRANTED FOR KLAN MARCH 

KU KLUX KLAN PARADE ROUTE (CARTOON) 

KLAN, OTMER FAR-RIGHT 'HATE' GROUP'S REF'ORTED UEAKIENING 

COJNCIL RESOLUTION OFf'OSES KLAN MARCH 

l<\mm SHOULD IGNORE KLAN MARCH SUNDAY 

STATEhfENT AGAINST KKK AND A CALL TO UNITY (AD) 

COUNCIL CONDEMNS KLAN; COUNTER RALLY IS FIANNED 

CHAJiBER DIRECTORS OPPOSE HAN MARCH 

KLAN MARCH LEADS TO PANEL PROPOSAL AND ANTI-KLAN RALLY 

PARADE ORDINANCES TO BE STRICTLY ENFORCED SUNDAY 

MAN MARCH UNLIKE 1979 COfCRONTATION 

RELIGIOUS, CIVIC LEADER'S FIAN RALLY AGAINST KKK MARCH 

DON'T SHOW UP FOR KLAN IN CHAPa HILL 

ANTI-KLAN RALLY, VIGIL SCHEIiULED DOUNTOWN 

POLICE HOPE RAIN FALLS AT KLAN RALLY 

CONSTITUTION REQUIRES LETTING KLAN MARCH 

NOT ATTENDING KLAN MARCH WILL SHOW WHERE DURHAM STANDS 

KNIGHTS CALLED VISIBLE, ACTIVE 

ANTI-KLAN RALLY 

RALLY DECLARES 'IC SHALL OVERCOME' TODAY'S KLAN MARCH 

TIGHT SECURITY FOLLOWS KKK IN PEACEFUL DURHAM MARCH 

GROUP TAUNTS KLAN WITH SILENT UNITY 

JEERING CHaP-EL HILL CROWD CONFRONTS KLAN MARCICRS 

KIEP HATE MOVEMENT AT BAY 

EDITCKIAL 'YELLOW JOURNALISM' 

ignore the ku klux klan 

ku mux klan's recruit drive entices durham cdiple 

klan marches in durham, chapel hill 

police arrest 9 at klan march 

omookers jeer, cheer klan 

rally arrests r'efcrted 

hecklers jeer kkk parade 

400 gather in durham to protest kkk march 

klan march (cartoon) 

cancel my subscription 

let klan have freedom, too 

test for intolerance 

captain: police plans worked for march 

police cfficer says spectators unruly at chapel hill march 

airiine hub reflects triafjgle's priorities 

police lalided for job on klan march 

man seeks ban on 'terrorist' marches 

manners, good fclice work thwart klansmen 

'durham mor'ning distorter' 

both groups disgusting 

look at san francisco 

write a better paf'er' 

won't someone explain? 

bar klan or bounce council— martinez 

an impossible equation 

narrcw vie'js on homosexuals 

man hysteria can be dangerous 

gays, kkk both wrung 

rantincs and ravings 

violence agaifjst gays 

march for love 

klan costs taxf'ayers $7,000 

flag cer'emony deserveii more media ahention than it got 

fear of aclu allows klan parades 

editorialist was ignorant 

klan needs to be combahed early, as nazi regime should have been 

klan marchers seem primitive 

editorial was insulting 

paper sfould be ashamed 

0^e way to san francisco 

resisting kxan is imf'ortant 



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6/10/1987 C 


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6/11/1987 A 


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6/19/1987 A 




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6/19/1987 A 




L 


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L 


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6/20/1987 A 




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6/22/1987 A 




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6/23/1987 A 




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BOTH GROUPS UNf€CESSARY 

KLAN, GAYS ARE DIFFER'ENT 

COJNCIL QJIORSES COUNTY'S ANTI-KKK PETITION 

TRIANGLE J PLANS JORDAN LAKE STUDY 

FINE, SUSPENDED SENTENCE IMPOSED IN MAN MARCH ARREST 

HOMOSEXUALITY - KKK 

MINISTERS 'JRGE IiURHAM CITIZENS TO IGNORE GASY FI^IDE MARCH TOMORRCU 

HOMOSEXUALITY - ^KK 

EDITORIAL 'la CONSIDERED' 

DISBELIEF OVER' IGNORANCE 

FREEDOM REQUIRES TOLER'AiNCE 

EDITORIAL 'MEAN-SPIRITED' 

GAY-BAITING EDITORIALS 

MAR-CfCS WERE DIFFERENT 

GAY-KLAN EDITORIAL AI.FUL 

A TEST FOR COMPASSION 

EDITOR SHOULD REPENT 

EDITOR'S IGNORANCE IS DAMNABLE 

RESPONSE OF THE NON-VOCALS 

DEIFICATION OF SENTIMENT 

EDITORIAL IS DISTURBING 

MRACHING FOR BASIC RIGHTS 

FREEIOM OF FORtJM? 

KLAN l€i1BERS MARCH IN CHARLOTTE 

EDITORIAL MAS INSULTING 

DISPLAY OF RABID HATRED 

SENATE COMMITTEE APP'RC'vES CITIES-HIGHWAYS BILL 

THORNBLTO SAYS HE'S OPEN TO IMF'ROVEIi HUMAjN RIGHTS IIEAS 

STRATEGY CHANGES IN SBI EFFORTS 

CRUISING GRa'P DISAVOt^ KLAN ROLE IN ACTIVITIES 

CRAWFORD RESIGNS AS GRAND DRAGC'N 

KKK tttPlCH PEACEFUL 

HISTa<Y COURSE SAID 'UhFAIR TO KKK, NAZIS' 

DON'T ERASE HISTORY 

CIVIC GROUPS TO COUNTER KKK RAUY 

PROTESTERS IN MAINE MAKE KU KLUX KLAN UNWELCOME 

SECURITY Sa FOR JACKSON VISIT TO RALEIGH SATURDAY 

FO^CR MAN CHIEF ASSAILS JACKSON BID 

BOTK CHRONICLES 1979 RALLY SLAYINGS 

WHITE SUPREMACISTS ICMONSTRATE 

K'U KLUX KLAN IN COURT: CIVIL SUITS ARE SHRI^KING NUMBER OF UHITE SUITS. 

KLAN ISSUED PERMIT FOR MARCH IN WILMINGTON 

KLAN GETS PERtllT FOR MONRCE MARCH 

ANNIVERSARY OF MASSACRE 

GRAND JURY F-ROBE OF WHITE PATRIOTS REPORTED 

IiEPCRTATION OF 7 MISSIONARIES PRCTESTED 

N.C. CHINCH CALLED PAWN IH 'ABSURD' KENYA COUP REF'ORT 

GOOD SENSE AND DECENCY WIN OUT— ALMOST 

HOJDED MEN TERRIFIED HIM, DRIVER TESTIFIES 

TR1D0PER TELLS OF ARREST AFTER PLEDGES WERE HIT 

LASSITER FOUND NOT GUILH 

REPORT WARNS AGAINST COMPLACEfCY ON HATE GROLipS 

WHITE SUPREJ1ACIST ORC'ANIZATICN TO MARCH SUNDAY IN GREEN'SECRO 

WHITE SUPREMACY GRCIJF' MAR'CHES IN GREENSBORO 

WHITE SUPREMACISTS ,1AF:CH IN GREB«BORO 

PLEA BARGAIN CCMPLETHi BREA^:UP OF WHITE PATRIOT FtfOy 

BEST WAY TO HANIiLE RACISTS IS IGNORE THEM 



KUDZU 

32 STUDENTS AT NCSSM SHOW RESEARCH PROJECTS 
2 SONGS PRAISE BEAUTY OF KUDZU 
C0NOl£RING KUIiZU 

KUDZU AUIANCE 

SEE ALSO ANTI-NUCLEAR MO'^EMENT 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR PLANTS, N.C. AND S.C. 
DECISION F'OSSIBLE TODAY ON LICENSE FOR PCWER PIANT 

KUDZU DUBOSE (COMIC STRIPS 

'KUDZU' CREATOR TO EE JOINING ATLANTA PAPER 



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N B81 


S 


2 


6/25/1987 C 


1 


N W82 


S 


n 


6/25/1987 C 


1 


N M06 


S 


n 


6/26/1987 A 


11 


A 


S 




6/26/1987 C 


1 P 


N H70 


H 


n 


6/27/1987 A 


9 


A 


H 


o 


6/29/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


o 


6/29/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


6/29/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


6/30/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


6/30/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


7/01/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


9 


7/01/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


T 


7/01/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


7/01/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


7/01/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


7/02/1937 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


7/02/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


1 


7/02/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


7/02/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


7/03/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


7/05/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/07/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


T 


7/10/19-87 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


7/30/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


7/31/1987 B 


1 


N fJ36 


S 


2 


7/'31/19S7 A 


5 


J R53 


H 


n 


8/09/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


n 


8/13/1987 B 





N 


H 


2 


8/24/1987 B 


14 


N 


H 


n 


9/21/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/23/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


n 


9/26/1987 A 


T 


N 


H 


'-K 


9/27/1937 C 


3 F 


N 


H 


1 


10/ID8/1987 B 


1 


H 


H 


n 


10/10/1987 A 


1 F 


N 


H 


O 


10/10/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


n 


10/11/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


7 


10/11/1987 C 


9 F 


N 


H 


2 


10/28/1987 B 


2 


H 


H 


9 


10/29/1987 D 


6 


H 


H 




11/09/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


11/15/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


9 


11/13/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


T 


11/19/1987 B 




N 


H 


7 


12/06/1987 D 


5 


J 


H 


2 


12/10/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


S 


9 


12/10/1987 C 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


12/11/1987 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


n 


12/16/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


9 


12/19/1987 B 


7 
■J 


N 


H 




1^'21/1987 B 


7 P 


N 


S 


9 


12/'21/1987 C 


6 F 


N 


H 


2 


12/'22/1987 C 


14 


N 


S 


n 


12/-26/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/01/1987 C 


1 


N S80 


H 


2 


9/13/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


9/29/1987 C 


1 F 


P S76 


H 


9 


1/08/1987 B 


1 


N K65 


S 


9 


3/19/1987 A 


11 


N 



-a630- 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



PAGEU59 
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S I T 

E L Y 

-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



K\ fRF RFATH H C 

beach' CONFLICT PITS BULLDOZERS AGAINST TURTLES 

KUWAIT 

BUT THE VALLEY GREU NARROW AND NARROWER STILL... (CARTOON) 

LOOK WHO SPILLQi THE BEANS 

A RARE SHOW OF U.S. RESOLVE 

PERSIAN GULF GOOD LUCK CHARHS (CAFTOON) 

RffLAGGING OF mS^ERS CALLED MISTAKE 

WHY SUPPORT RERAGGING? 

F-ENTAGON PLANNING SUSPECT 

PER'SIAN GULF (CARTOON) 

GULF POLICY SCARES VALDffIf€ 

GRIDLOCK (CARTOON) 

IN KEEPING WITH ITS GULF FfiLICY... (CARTOON) ,..rT^-,>u 

SORRY TO WAKE YOU, CAPT. REAGAN, BUT YOU'LL NEVER GUESS... (CARTOON) 

U.S. SHELLING APPROPRIATE 

KUWCAA (AFRICAN FESTIVAL) „^ ^„^,.., 
SEE ALSO AFRICA (SEE ALSO m\£S OF COUNTRIES) 
SEE ALSO HOLIDAYS (SEE ALSO SPECIFIC HOLIDAYS) 

KWANZAA CELEBRATED TODAY 

ABDEL SALA<W LEAIS FREE KIJANZAA FORUM 

ART TAKES HAZARDOUS TURN; SECOND KWANZAA PLANNED 

FREE KWANZAA WORKSHOP 

KWANZAA OBSERVED 

KWANZAA OBSER-VED 



H 2 6/29/1987 B 7 N 



L & H DIE INC. 

SECOM GENERAL CORF'. 



BUYING MICHIGAN TOOLING COW^ANIES 



L & M LIGHTS lOOS 
SEE ALSO CIGAREHES 
SEE ALSO LIGGETT {. MYERS TOBACCO CO. 
LiM ADDS 10 TO I-O-COUNT PACKAGES 
Lid OFFERS 30 CIGARETTES FOR PRICE OF 20 
LIGGETT'S NEW PACK A BOON TO TEXTILES? 

LEAD 



LSD 



SEE LEADERSHIP EDUCATION AND DEVELOPfe^T PROGRAM IN BUSINESS INC. 

J 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 
MAN PLEADS GUILTY IN DOF-ED-CQFFEE CASE 

BOONE MAN CONVICTEIi OF PUHING LSD IN COFFEE AT CAMPUS SNACK bHOP 
DEADLINE EXTENDED AS CRUSH OF BILLS CONTINUES 
CITY WORKER CHARGED WITH HAVING MARIJUANA 
FORMER DUKE PROF SENTENCED TO 40 YEARS IN CANDY CASE 
2 MEN FREED AFTER 3BI DRliG TESTS PR-OVEN .ERR-ONEOUS 
TWO f£N FREED AFTER ERRBR FOUND IN SBI DRUG TEST 
BEWARE THE CUTE TATOOS 
YOUTH CHARGED WITH HAVING LSD 
TWO FACE MARIJUANA, LSD CHARGES 
OUT-CF-STATE FAIR FACE LSD CHARGES 
34 ARRESTED IN DJJRHAM DRUG RAIDS 

DURHAM VICE OFFICERS ARREST 24, SEEK 12 MORE IN DRUG RAIDS 
POLICE SAY DRUG ARRESTS TO CONTINUE 
JUDGE IlflPOSES SEVEN-YEAR TERM ON DRUG CHARGES 

L. E. WOOTEN CO. 

GRANVILLE WANTS HELP ON WATER, SEWER FLAN 

LA BOHEME (OPERA) 
SEE ALSO OPERA 
CaCERT 'BOHEME' KEEPS DRAMA BUT LOSES DETAILS 

LA PETITE GARICN CLUB 

SEE ALSO GARDDIING, DURHAM 



H 


2 5/30/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 6/10/1987 A 


4 T 


T R56 


H 


2 7/23/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 7/24/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 7/24/1987 A 


4 T 


T R56 


H 


2 7/28/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 7/29/19S7 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 7/29/1987 A 


4 


f 


H 


2 8/14/1987 A 


4 T 


T R56 


H 


2 8/20/1987 B 


3 


N S80 


H 


2 8/27/1987 A 


4 T 


T R56 


H 


2 9/05/1987 A 


4 T 


T C50 


H 


2 10/19/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 10/21/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 1/01/1987 D 


3 


N 


S 


2 11/12/1987 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/08/1987 A 


13 


U U66 


S 


2 12/17/1987 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 12/24/1987 D 


11 


N 


S 


2 12/31/1987 D 


9 P N 



H 2 3/07/1987 A 15 N 



S 2 7/07/1987 B 1 N W82 
H 2 7/08/1987 A 1 N L41 
S 2 7/08/1987 A 4 E 



H 


1 2/24/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 2/27/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 5/02/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 7/08/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 7/15/1987 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 7/24/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 7/25/1987 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 3/30/1987 D 


4 


E 


H 


2 9/15/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 10/03/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/05/1987 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 11/11/1987 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 11/12/1987 C 


8 


N M51 


3 


2 11/12/1987 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 12/09/l'787 D 


6 


N 



H 2 2/27/1987 B 3 N S80 



11/20/1987 D 5 R DIO 



-LX630- 



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1/01/1537 



INDEX 
12y'31/1937 



BY SUBJECTS 



PAGE1160 
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FUWT PROJECT 

LA F'RENSA (^OJSPAf■ER) 

SAfffORIi PRAISES NICARAGUA'S DECISION TO ALLOW NEUSF'APER 

LA RESIDENCE (RESTAURANT) 

ART SHOUN AT RESTAURANTS IS FOOD FOR THOUGHT 

LA SALLE l^IU. SF1DRTS, BASKETBALL 

LASALLE BIG UNDERDOG VS. HEaS IN PALESTRA 
HEaS FIND LATE OFFENSE VS. EXPLORERS 
RICH TARR STEPS ARBUND RANZKJO SMITH IN UNC VICTORY 
HEaS STAGE RALLY FOR PHILLY FANS 

LA TERRAZA CLUB 

TASTE FOR LIVE MUSIC; ARtA MUSIC PRmiUCERS FEEDING THE NEED 



LA TRAVIATA (FIU1) 
•LA TRAVIATA': 



Sl«rr STORY WITH MaODIES TO HUH 



LABATT BREWING CO. 

HONEY CAUSES CHANGE IN OLY"HPIC AD RULES 

LABaS 

SEE CIGARETTES, LABaS 
SEE COUNTERFEIT LAEaS 
SEE TRUTH IN LABaiNG 
SEE WARNING LABaS 

LABOR DAY 

Sa ALSO HOLIDAYS, U.S. 
HOTOR CLUB IS PRQUCTING 14 l£f^TAS ON N.C. RBADS 
MANY WORKERS HAVE MONDAY OFF 

BLI£G(;AES MUSIC, FARtiER'S DAY ON TAP' FOR LAKR DAY UEEKINIi 
DRIVE SAFaY m LAROR DAY, POLICE URGE 
MANY OFFICES CLOSED HCNliAY 
MOST OFFICES CLOSED ON LABOR DAt 
HOLIDAY, NEW SFEHS PERILOUS COHBINATIUN 
SFtCIAL TIIC FOR UNION MEMBERS 
LABOR day: enjoy FRUIT OF EFFORTS, PREPARATION 
LABOR day: a salute TWAT rCESN'T POKE A FINGER IN WORKERS' EYES 
MANY OFFICES aOSEIi TOIAY 
•DESIGNATED DRIVER' AHONG 43 DWI ARRESTS 
DWIS TOP PRIORITY IN DURHAJ1 DRIVE 

16 IN N.C. DIE IN WEEKEND CAR ACCir£NTS 

HOLIDAY WEEKEND TOTALS 50 ARRESTS FOR DRUNK DRIVING 

17 KILLED ON HIGHWAYS 

WET HaiDAY BOOSTS lURHAM RETAIL SALES 

WATER BUG 

MORE CRACKDOWNS h€EDED FOR SAFETY 

LABOR DAY TELETM3N 

SEE ALSO MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY 
HD TELETHON DQUCATED TO WINSTOfJ-SALEH HAN 

LABOR LAWS 

SEE ALSO CHILD LABOR LAWS 
SEE ALSO COLLECTIVE BARtSAINING 
SEE ALSO MINIMUM WAGE SCALE 
SEE ALSO UNIONS, U.S. 
FAMILY CARl HOME ORDERED TO PAY WORKERS BACK WAGES OF »250,000 

LABOR UNIONS 

Sa UNIONS, DURHAM 

SEE UNIONS, N.C. 

SEE UNIONS, U.S. 

LABORATORY TECHNICIANS 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYWiROME, HEALTH PROFESSIONALS 
Sa ALSO HEALTH CARE WORKERS 



H 


'-f 


8/29/1987 C 




N 


S 


n 


9/03/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 


9/04/1987 B 




N H60 


S 


n 


9/04/1987 A 




N E53 


H 


2 


9/05/1987 C 




N 


H 


3 


9/05/1987 C 




N 030 


S 


2 


9/05/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


9/06/1987 C 


1 P U L57 


H 


9 


9/07/1937 A 




E 


H 


2 


9/07/1987 A 




U G78 


H 


O 


9/07/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


9 


9/0// 178^ B 




N M51 


S 


n 


9/07/1987 A 




N B85 


S 


9 


9/07/1987 C 




N 


H 


n 


9/08/1987 B 




N 


H 


9 


9/08/1987 B 




N 


S 


n 


9/08/1987 A 




N 1^2 


H 


9 


9/09/1987 B 


5 1 


■ P 


S 


9 


9/09/1987 A 


4 


E 



S 2 9/08/1987 B 



T 9/90 



:/22/1987 C 



SIT ,. 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 5/10/1987 E 11 P P L33 
H 2 9/22/1987 B 2 N 
H 2 1/30/1987 B 2 P F C30 



S 2 1/03/1987 B 2 U D18 

H 2 1/04/1987 B 1 N CS2 

H 2 1/04/1987 B 5 P P 

S 2 1/05/1987 D 3 P U D18 1 



H 2 9/11/1987 D 1 P P R76 
H 2 5/01/1987 D 9 R L59 
S 2 11/13/1987 A 4 E 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUA 
1/01/1937 



INDEX B 
12/31/1937 



y SUBJECTS 



UNBERGRAIiUATE STUDENTS INVITED TO DUKE TO LEARN... LAB WORK 

TOP LWIiERGRADUATES HIT LABS AT ItlKE 

TUO rSi FREED ARER ERROR FOUND IN 3BI DRUG TEST 



LACE 

TIPS ARE GIVEN ON SEUING LACE 

LACROSSE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIU. SPORTS, LACROSSE 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SPORTS, LACROSSE 

fanfare: lax Aa Americans 

fanfare: SEIVOLIi HONORED 

LADD FURNITURE INC. 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSirCR TRADING 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

THE BOnOH lone: LADD'S SHOT AT TAKEOVER LOOKS GOOD... 
EARNINGS DIGEST 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 
SHOULD AULD PROJECTIONS BE FORGOT... 

LADDERS 

URONG LADDERS 

LADIES PROFESSIONAL GOLF ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
SEE ALSO UOHEN, SPORTS 
KING LIMPS INTO HDJREDON DEFEfCE 
HAMLIN TIPTOES TO HENREDON LPGA LEAD 
LPGA WAITS AGAIN AS RAIN CUTS A DAY OFF iCNREDON 
4 GOLFERS TIED AT HENREDON 
FANFARE/NEU LPGA TOURNEY 

LADYSWTW BLACK MAMBAZO 

UNC SLATES SOUTH AFRICAN SINGERS 
LADYSMITH BLACK rtAMBAZO TO PERFORM TUESDAY 
'H^ACaAND' 'AXE' AR-RIVES 
FEMALE DUO, LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO ENTERTAIN 
BLACK MAMBAZO: IN MYSTERY, UNIVERSAL MEANING 

LAIDLAW, ADAHS AND PECK INC. 

STATE MOVES TO REJECT APPLICATION FROM A NEW YORK SECb"R:ITIES DEALER 

LAKE BEN JOHNSON 

HILLSBOROUGH OKS WATER BOND ISSUES 

ENGIfCERS DIFFER ON RAISIfC DAM FOR TOWN'S LAKE 

LAKE BOND 

ENGI^E TROUBLE FORCES LANDING 

LAKE CAMMACK 

NEW ALAMANCE BOARD OF AIUUSTMENT TO MEET 
BURLINGTON TO CONSERVE WATER TO AID NEIGHBORS 
ALAMANCE CITIES LIFT WATER RESTRICTIO^JS 

LAKE DEVIN 

OXFORD MAY BE MIDWIFE FOR *10,000 GRANT 

LAKE ERIE 

DIM BOOK WARNS OF EROSION AT LAKE ERIE 

LAKE GASTON 

BILL ASKS CONGRESS TO BLOCK GASTON PIPELINE 

'IWOSE OX?' IS QUESTION 

GRANVILLE BOARD RECOGNIZES BERtA FIRE DEPARTMENT 

BEACH MUSIC TO RAISE MONEY FOR ROANOKE RIVER GROUP 

BEACH MUSIC FESTIVAL SLATED SUNDAY TO SUPPORT ROANOKE RIVER ASSOCIATION 



-DATE- 



PAGE1161 
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E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



2 7/08/1987 C 
2 7/13/1987 A 
2 7/25/1987 C 



2 7/21/1987 B 



12 

3 

14 



N D80 

N 

N 



2 5/29/1987 C 4 N 
2 6/25/1987 D 4 P N 



2/15/1987 D 
4/26/1987 C 
9/24/1987 B 
10/14/1987 A 
10/16/1987 B 
10/25/1987 D 
11/01/1987 C 
11/15/1987 D 
12/31/1987 A 



14 

17 
n 

12 
10 
11 
21 
11 
14 



U 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
U L41 



H 2 8/02/1987 B 4 P P 



3/06/1987 D 
8/07/1987 C 
3/08/1987 B 
8/09/1987 C 
11/25/1987 D 



10/30/1987 C 
11/05/1987 D 
11/06/1987 D 
11/12/1987 D 
11/13/1987 D 



2 8/19/1987 A 

3 lZ'30/1987 B 



1/03/1987 B 



1 7/10/1987 B 
1 9/03/1987 B 
1 9/11/1987 C 



1 10/15/1987 B 

2 10/15/1987 A 



2 3/07/1987 A 

2 3/10/1937 A 

1 3/24/1987 B 

1 6/10/1987 C 

1 6/24/1987 B 



1 P N 

1 P N 

2 P N 
1 N 

3 N 



8 N IJ80 

3 P N 

4 P N W66 
3 R B71 
3 R L37 



H 2 7/12/1987 C 8 U L41 



1 N B81 
1 N MIO 



P N 



1 N H60 
1 N H60 
1 N H60 



1 N T33 
9 N 



N H60 
E 

N S80 
N H60 
N H60 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12.'31/1987 



S U B J E 



JUDGE REFUSES TO VOID LAKE PIPELLNE PERMIT 

OPPONENTS OF LAKE GASTON PIPELINE CALL JUDGE'S RULING A PARTIAL VICTORY 

LAKE LOWERING PROPOSED FOR WEED CONTROL 

UATERFR'ONT COMMUNITIES BAGX UEED CONTROL FlftN 

VA. COMMISSION NIXES PR-OFOSED PIPELINE 

VA. COUNTY OFFtlSES LAKE GASTON PIPELINE 

GASTON WATER FtlLITICS GET MORE COMPLICATED 

GOVER'NOR SAYS STATE MUST RESTORE ITS WATER RESOURCES 

GROUP WANTS TO PIPE UASTE'JATER FROM TEXASGULF TO VIRGINIA AND N.C. 

ROANIM RIVER GROUP SEEKS VANCE'S HELP 

LAKE HOLT 

SEE HOLT LAKE 

LAKE HYCO 

SEE HYCO LAKE 

LAKE JA«S (BURKE COUNTY, N.C.) 

WESTERN N.C. HAY GET PARK NEXT YEAR 
COUNCIL OF STATE OKS NEW PARK AT LAKE JA^ES 
PAROCHIAL INTERESTS HURTI^« PARK SYSTEM 

LAKE .X)CASSEE 

EWIRONMENTALISTS, DUKE POWER PREF'ARE FOR FIGHT OVER CREEK 

LAKE LURE 

CATCH THIS WAVE 
TUBE TITAN 

LAKE MACKINTOSH (PROPOSED) 

MEBANE VOTERS AFfROVE BONDS 

CORROSIVE CHEMICAL SPILLED AT BURLINGTON WATER PLA^ff 

WATER PLANT MAY BE CLOSED 30 DAYS 

NEW ALAMANCE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT TO MEET 

LAKE MICHAa 

MEBANE VOTERS AFf-ROVE BONIS 

LAKE MICHIE 

SEE ALSO LAKES, DLCTAM 

SEE ALSO LITTLE RIVER RESERVOIR 

UNIFORM ORDINANCE iJRISEIi TO CONTFflL PERSON GROWTH 

TRIANGLE LAKE LEVELS RUN HIGH, RESTRICT R£CB£ATION 

PERSON COUNTY SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE ADOPTED 

THE GREAT ESCAF'E 

PERSON OFFICIAL FEAR'S COUNTY WILL STAY ON WASTE SITE LIST 

ARtA LAKES RECEDE; KERR LEVCL STILL HIGH 

RAMF'S ARE ^CAR BY 

HOLDING STEADY 

BOATING AT MICHIE 

MUSEUM JOINS cm TO HOLD SUMMER CAMPS 

TRlAf«LE LAKES DRAW CROWDS 

SUMMERTIME FUN PLAN.NED BY THE SHORES OF LAKE MICHIE 

COUNCIL PROTECTING RESERVOIR 

GOT ONE 

PERSON BOARD TO PONDER RULES FOR \M£ MICHIE 

TEAM EQUIPPED FOR WATERY SEARCHES 

DRWGHT JUST A DIM fCMORY ^ ^ ^.^ 

DffilNEER SAYS PERSON COUNTY CAN'T ADOPT STRICTEST SAFEGUARDS FOR LAKE 

PER-SON CO. SHIES FROM LAKE LIMITS 

HEAT IflJDDIES LAKE WATER 

WATER USAGE IS CQNCER'N IN TRIANGLE 

BONIi TO SEEK DLiRHAM WATERSHED STUDY 

WATER STUDY K"EY STEF' TO CONTROL DEVELOPMENT 

DURHAM IN NEED OF RAIN 

TRIANGLE SWELTERS; NO QUia< END SEEN 

RESirorrs asked to conser'je water 

TRIANGLE LEADERS ARGUE JUST WHOSE WATER IS IT? 

BOARD OKS F-OAD, BRIDGE IN TREYBURN 

DURHAM RESIDENTS ASKED TO START WATER raNSERVATION 



c 


T S 




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S 




I T 


H 


E E 




L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C 


-PG 


L P BYL 


H 


2 7/08/1987 B 





N 


H 


1 7/09/1987 B 


1 


P N H60 


H 


1 8/20/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 8/21/1987 A 


21 


N 


S 


2 9/09/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 9/10/1987 C 


9 


N 


S 


2 9/11/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 9/17/1987 A 


20 


N 


S 


2 10/26/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 11/04/1987 C 


1 


N 



S 


2 10/07/1987 C 


11 


N 


H 


2 10/08/1987 A 




N 


S 


2 10/09/1987 A 


4 


E 



H 2 11/27/1987 B 4 P N 



H 


9 


7/08/1987 C 3 


P P 


H 


1 


7/09/1987 B 4 


P P 


H 


1 


1/14/1987 C 1 


N H60 


H 


1 


5/13/1987 C 1 


N 


H 


1 


5/14/1987 B 1 


N H60 


H 


1 


7/10/1987 B 1 


N H60 


H 


1 


1/14/1987 C 1 


N H60 


H 


1 


3/03/1987 C 1 


N S80 


S 


9 


3/06/1987 A 1 


P N B85 


H 


1 


3/11/1987 C I 


N 


H 


O 


3/13/1987 D 1 


P F W66 


H 


1 


3/25/1987 C 1 


N 


3 


'^ 


4/27/1937 A 1 


C N H70 


S 


2 


4/29/1987 B 1 


N G59 


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2 


5/13/1987 A 1 


P P T37 


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2 


5/15/1987 A I 


P P T37 


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5/25/1987 A 1 


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6/21/1987 B 11 


P P L33 


H 


9 


6/^0/1987 C 


N S80 


H 


2 


7/07/1987 B 


P N M51 


3 


9 


7/07/1987 A 


N B85 


H 


9 


7/08/1987 C 


L N S80 





9 


7/08/1987 A 


I M N M06 


s 


n 


7/20/1987 A 


I N H70 


s 


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7/24/1987 A 


N X73 


s 


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8/01/1987 A 


I N M06 


s 


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8/03/1987 A ' 


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s 


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3/04/1987 A 


L N B85 


s 


9 


8/05/1987 A 


L N B85 


H 


9 


3/07/1987 B 


1 N A54 


S 


9 


3/03/1987 A 


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8/11/1987 A 


1 N B85 


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1 


3/11/1987 A 


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12/31/1937 



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COUNCIL ENDORSES WATER CONSERVATION 

DURHAM AT STAGE 2 ON WATER; COUNCIL OKS WATER PACTS UITri OTHERS 

DURHAM STEP'S UP WATER CONSERWATION 

Cin LAKE'S WATERS NOT JUST FOR DRINKING 

WATERSHED ZONING MORATORIUM EYED BY COMMISSIONERS 

LIHLE RIVER: REZQNING BAN UPHELD 

HEAVY RAINS DIDN'T QUENCH DROUGHT 

RAIN SCAKS DURHAM, BUT MICHIE STILL FALLS 

PRtJPERTY REZONING BAN TO BE DISCUSSED 

FLAT RIVER OUT OF ZONIhffi BAN 

BUT l«AT ABOUT THE PAIN? 

WEST POINT, MICHIE OFFER WEEKEND OUTINGS 

GOOD STORM COULD EASE WATER RULES 

TEER PROPOSES NEW QUARRY 

TRIANGLE THIRSTING FOR MORt PRECIPITATION 

TEER QUARRY COULD BE WATER BONANZA 

RESERVOIR TO BEGIN FILLING NEXT WEEK AS WORK ENDING 

ORANGE EASES DURHAM WATER PURCHASES 

FIU 'ER UP 

STUDY TO CHECK EFFECTS OF LAKE DEVELOPMEhJT 

Umm NEEDS COOPERATION FROM NflGHBCRS 

mam in long iiry speu 

A HAVEN FOR RETREATS 

SWAN SONG 

Cin RETURNS TO NORMAL WATER STATUS 

WRONG lake; cited 

RAIN^CAUSES CITY WRECKS; FLURRIES POSSIBLE TOMORROW 

LAKE MICHIE DAM 

THE m<,im OF MICHIE 

LAKE MICHIE RECREATION AREA ,_ ^^^ „„,„,,,, 
CITY LAKE'S WATERS NOT JUST FOR DRINKING 
CANOEING, BIRD WATCHING PART OF LAKE MICHIE SCHEDULE 

ISOLATED PENINSULA TO PUSH FOR SERVICES 
SEPARATE DROWNINGS CLAIM LIVES OF TWO 

LAKE ORANK 

ORANK LAKES ALMOST FILLED 

WATER STIJDY WELCOMEIi, BUT NOT STATE REGULATION 

HILLSBOROUGH, DUR'HAM NEAR WATER AGREEMENT 

COUNTY DECLINES LAKE LAND OFER; OPTION STILL OPEN 

COMMISSIONERS GIVE FINAL AFfROVAL FOR ONE-FOOT KISE IN LAKE ORANGE 

CLARIFICATION „^ ^.^ 

DURHAM COMPANY HIRED TO RAISE LEVEL OF LAKE 

DURHAM PIFELIfC IiRAWS QUESTIONS 

HiaSBOROUW ASKS WATER CONSERVATION 

BRIEF SHOWERS IN THE TUB MAY PREVAIL IF RAIN ICLAYS 

HILLSBOROUGH WATER CONSERVATION LIFTED 

RAISING A DAM 

RESIDENTS ASKED AGAIN TO USE WATER SPARINGLY 

WATER, SEWER POLICY SUBMIHED TO COUNTY 

LAKE RtBERS 

nW£ SOUTH GRANVILLE REPRESENTATION URGED 
CREEOIOOR ANNEXES LAND AROUND LAKE ^ .„^^ 
CREEDMOOR HOPES GRASS CARP TO HELP CLEAR LAKE ROGERS 
HARDY FISHERMEN 

LAKE VICTORIA (EAST AFRICA) ^ ^^^^ 

DmE (XEANra3RAPHER INVITED TO OBSERVE LARGE-LAKE TESTS 

LAKE UVCELER 

FENCING IS FASCINATING-EVEN FOR THE UNINFORMED 

LAKE WINDS 



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12/02/1937 C 


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1/31/1987 C 


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7/25/1987 C 


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ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1587 



SUBJECTS 



LAKE WINDS GOLF COURSE OFFERS ITS OWN CCOL 'MOUNTAIN' BREEZES 

LAM WYLIE 

SEPARATE DROWNINGS CLAIM LIVES OF TUO 

LAMS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO LAKE MICHIE 
PANEL BACKS DCyNTOUN LAKE IDEA 
MANY MORE FTOj'ECTS SJHOIXD FffCEie LAKE 
OUR OWN FISHIN' HOLE 
INSIIE 

LAKES, INTERNATIONAL 

DUKE UNWEFSITY SCIENTIST SEEKS MCFE KADLY LAKES 
DUKE OCEANOGRAPHER TO WATCH PROBE TESTS 

LAKES, U.S. 

SOUT>£AST BEGINNING RECOVERY FR'OM DROUGHT 

LAKESHORE HLF aUB 

lakeshore: an oasis of serenity 

LAKESHOFE ACES 

SEUER-LANIi CONIiEWING IS DELAYED 

LAKESIDE GROCERY 

LAKESIDE GhOCER'Y STORE OWNER FRANK SANFORD GOSS SLAIN 
REWARD FOSTEIi IN GRANVILLE CaWTY SLAYING 
ARREST MADE IN OXFORD GROCER'S DEATH 

LAKEUCOD AREA 

LAKBICOD AREA NEEIiS MORE POLICE PROTECTION 

Uy<EWO0D ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
SEE LAKEWOOD SCHOOL 

LAKEUOOD PARTY STORE 

LAKEWOOD PARTY STORE ROBBED AT KNIFEF'OINT 

LAKEUOTD SCHOOL 

LAKEUOOD PRE-K SIGNUP' BEGINS 

'BYE MOM! 

BACK TO SCHOOL 

NASA TEAM SPARKS STUDENTS' INTEREST 

POLICE SEEK COMMLiNITY 'PARTNERSHIP' 

YOUTHS URGED TO TRUST POLICE 

LAKBfflOD SHOPF•I^« CENTER 

GR-OUP REMOVES RECYCLING BINS AT LAKEUOOD SHOPPING CENTER' 

RECYaiNG CENTER LEAVING LAKEUOOD 

COMMIWITY SERVICE EVICTEIi 

RECYaiNG CENTER NEEDED 

RECONSIDER RECYCLING 

RECYaiNG CENTER NEEDED 

RECYaiNG BIN NEEDED 

BIN'S EXILE DISAPPOINTING 

RECYaiNG SAVES ENEFOY 

Of€ STEP BAC\UAFIiS 

EDITOR'S SHOULD EXAMINE COHERENCE, FAIRNE'SS 

RECYaiNG BIN fCEDED 

RECYaiNG CENTER FINDS NEW HOME 

WITTENBERG IS BEING TOO STRICT 'dITH LAKEWOD STORES, WORKERS 

UITTENBER'G DEFALITS ON LAKEUOOD LOAN 

LAKEUOOD NEEIiS MOR£ SECURITY 

CUTTING POSTAL SERVICE UP'ONG 

LAKEWOOD VIDEO AND NEWS 
SEE ALSO ADULT BOOKSTORES 
CHARLOTTE FlEA MAY CLOSE DURHAM ADULT B'OOKSTORES 



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2 10/20/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 1/12/1987 B 1 N 



S 2 6/09/1987 D 4 P F A76 
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S 2 7/28/1987 B 1 N M06 



H 2 5/18/1987 A 8 
H 1 5/20/1987 B 1 N 
H 2 9/16/1987 C 1 N 



2 3/11/1987 A 



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7/21/1987 A 


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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



L»iPLIGHTER' 

LAND LOSS F-REVENTIGN F'ROJECT 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, FARMERS 
SEE ALSO FARMLAND 

DURHAM GROUP PLANS DISCRIMINATION CCMFlAUfT 

2 DURHAM GRaiF-S FI6HT FMHA LOAN DISCRIMINATION 

LAND SALES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., LAND SALES 
SEE ALSO LAND TRANSFLR TAX 
SEE ALSO F'ROPERTY DISF'UTES 
LAND TRANSFERS INUNDATE DEEDS OFFICE 

LAND SALES, CITY- AND COUNTY-OUNED 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., LAfJD SALES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., LAND SALES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNH SCHOOLS, LAND SALES 

CITY-OWNED PROPERTY COULD BE A GOLD MINE 

mWH LIKELY TO READOPT SALES TAX 

LAND SALES, PRIVATE-OUNED 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, PROF'ERTY SALES 
SEE ALSO EASEMENTS 

F'ONIiER SAYS INDICTMENT IS POLITICALLY MOTIVATED 

CONSERVATION GROUP'S URGE CONGRESS TO BUY 28,000 ACRES OF LAND IN N.C. 

STATE OFFICIALS ORC-ANIZING BUYOUT TO SAVE JOCKEY'S RIDGE 

CONGREGATIONS IN MISSION DIRECTOR FEELS 'BETRAYED' BY LAND DEAL 

MISSION BOARD UANTS DISPUTHi LAND OPTION 

COUNCIL SHUNTS PRtlFERTY ISSUE OFF TO ITS FINANCE COMMITTEE 

DURHAM SCHOOLS PAY tAO,000 FOR 1/2 OF STORE 

CITY COUNCIL TOO EAGER TO SPEND F'UBLIC MONEY 

UILLIAMS: STANCE NOT 'SOUR GRAF'ES' 

DURHAM PLANNER SAYS RULING MAY COOL DESIRE TO REZaNE 

HALF-TRVTHS ABOUT WATERSHED 

DURHAM F1AN8>(ERS UAF:Y OF ZONING RULE 

COUNCIL PRQTECTI1« PESERVOIR 

STATE PURCHASING PROPER'TY TO RECLAIM DUNE'S SAND 

INVESTIGATORS 3TUDYir« POSSIBLE LAND SALES FRAUD 

COMF'ANY BACKS BUIUiER'S WARRANTY UITW INSU-RANCE 

BURROUGHS MAY BUY RTF' SITE 

LEGION F'OST, FOUNDATION SWAP LAND 

GROUP SAYS REAL-ESTATE FIRM RENEGED ON LAND PLANS 

LAND SALES, STATE-OWNED 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, LAND SALES 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE F'ROPERTY OFFICE 
STATE BEING URGED TO STUDY SELLING 'fOUTH CENTER LAND 
STATE OFFICIALS WEIGH tl.7 MILLION PRICE TAG FOR PERMUDA ISLAND 
COUNCIL OF STATE APF'ROVES PURCHASE OF PERMUDA ISLAND 
CONSERVATION GROUP'S URGE CONGRESS TO BUY 28,000 ACRES OF LAND IN N.C. 

LAND-TITLE TRANSFERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. LAND RECORDS MANAGEMENT PR'OGRAM 
WORKERS STRUGGLING TO 'SURF' THROUGH TIDAL WAVE OF PAPER'S 
OFICIALS SAY GE HASN'T MADE OFFER TO DONATE LAND 

LAND TRANSFER TAX 
SEE ALSO LAND SALES 
SEE ALSO PRCPERTY TAXES 
SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE TAXES, CHAPa HILL 
SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE TAXES, DUR'HAM COUNTY 

COMMISSIONERS TO DISCUSS REAL-ESTATE TAX 

COMMISSIONERS F'CNDER NEW TAX 

PROPOSED LAND-TRANSFER TAX GETS MIXED REVIEWS 

DURHAM CaiMISSIOhJERS FAVOR OTHER TAX SOURCES 

WORKERS STRUGGLI^JG TO 'SURF' THROUGH TIDAL WAVE OF PAF'ERS 

CHAPEL HILL COUtCIL EYES 3 SPECIAL TAXES 

HEARING SET ON REAL ESTATE TAX 

COMMISSIONERS 60 FOR IZ TAX ON LAND TRANSFERS 



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5/26/1987 A 


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2 


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7/10/1987 A 


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7/20/1987 C 


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8/24/1987 A 


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H 2 3/04/1987 B 3 N 



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1/08/1987 A 


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1/09/1987 B 


I N A54 


s 


2 


1/09/1987 C 


I N M06 


s 


9 


1/09/1987 C 


I N M06 


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1/10/1987 C 


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H 


9 


1/12/1987 B 


N B81 


H 


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4/05/1987 C 


I N 080 


H 


3 


4/07/1987 B 


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12/31/1987 



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CARRJORO RESCIfffS PROf-OSAL CF 10-HILE AWOATION RADIUS 

$50,000 LAND TAX EXEMPTION COST SET AT $1.1 MILLiaN 

COBCIL SEEKS LAND TRA*<SFER TAX BILL 

COMMISSIONERS SEEK DK FROM STATE ON LAND TAX 

LAND TRANSFER TAX DROFFED FOR fWU, SAYS F£P. BARNES 

DUra^AM, ORANGE LEGISLATORS HAi^ YET TO PLANT TRANSFER' TAX BILL... 

CLEARING THE RECCF:D 

COUNTIES MAY SHAFE REAL-ESTATE TAX 

STATEWIDE CHANGE PROP-CSED IN REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX 

Bia UOUJJ mi F-ERMIT LAUSUITS 

LANB TRAf<SFER TAX BIUS STILL ALI'VE 

LAND TRANSFER TAX SPREADIfJG FAST AS KUDZU 

PANa DELAYS WTE ON PRO^'ERTY TRANSFER TAX HIKE 

INCREASED LAND TRANSFER TAX FALTERS; 5X SALES TAX ON LIQUOR ENDORSED 

LANIi USE 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., LAND USE 

SEE ALSO CONSER'VATION FOUNDATION OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO IKRhAM COUNTY, N.C, LAND-USE PLAN 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY, N.C, LAND USE 

SEE ALSO GROWTH MANAGEMENT FUV*JING 

SEE ALSO N.C DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURtES (WD COWUNITY DEVa.OPf€NT 

SEE ALSO N.C. LAND TRUSTEES 

SEE ALSO OPEN SPACES 

SEE ALSO ra^ANGE COUNTY, N.C, LAND USE 

SEE ALSO FIANNED UNIT [fVaOPME^ 

SEE ALSO U.S. BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEfiENT 

SEE ALSO Z0NIM3 LAUS 

COOF-ERATI'vE PLANNING NEEIO F&l^' TRIANGLE, OFFICIAL TELLS PANa 

FIMIM ON PARKS PU^f#JING SCKEIiULai 

DIKE PARK ZONL'JG DELAYED 2ND TIME 

STATE'S LAND-USE PLAN HAY lOUBLE BUTNER'S POPULATION 

LITTLE RIMER TOWNSHIP LAND PLAN TO BE SH'OUN 

TRIANGLE J LAND USE PANa TO EXPLORE 1-40 PR-QP-OSALS 

DL«HAM PLANNER SAYS RULING MAY COOL DESIRE TO RtZONE 

DURHAM PLANfJEF'S WARY OF ZONING RULE 

ZONING KCISICN MAY AFFECT MORE THiW LAND 

ACTION URGED NOW ON REGIOtWL FLANS 

TRIAM3LE LEAIERS OK 3 GOALS 

LANIfiaS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY LANIf la 

SEE W.SO lAK'm COUNTY LANTfia 

SEE ALSO FRAi^LIN Ca'ffTY, N.C, LANIfia 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LANIfiaS 

SEE ALSO MANCE COUNTY LANHFILL 

Sa ALSO W\fSSi COUNTY. N.C, iJ^fJDFia 

L/WDFia RULES CALLED UNREALISTIC 

STATE OFFICIALS SEEKING TO CLAR'IFY WASTE ISaES 

MARTIN SEEKS CHANGE IN PCaUTION RtiES 

STATE PLANS TO SF-EEIi UP LANDFIU PERMIT REVIEWS 

CaiNTIES LEARNING WHAT HOUSEWIVES K-NOU-LIf£RS FOR GARBAGE 

aOISLATCRS DISCUSS Bia TO BLOCK LANDFia 

CCWUNITIES SCURRY TO HEAD OFF IiUMPS FOR HAZARIiOUS WASTE 

R-aiMAN CCNFIRf£D FOR UTILITIES CCMrtlSSION POST 

LANBFia BILL GOES TO SUFCOMMITTa 

BILL FILED TO REGULATE OUT-OF-STATE GARBAGE 

HCWSE OKS BILL TO CLEAN IJF' ABANMNED WASTE liSMF'S 

HOUSE APF'ROVES Bia ON AB^STING DWI SDJTENCES 

URBAN SPRAWL F-ROoECTIONI 100-Mia RALEIGH TO WINSTON-SALEM CITY 

SPONSOR BACKING OFF ON LANDFia MEASURE 

FERRETS BACK IN aOISLATIUE DEBATE 

TW COUNTIES TRY P-RCCRAMS TO R-EDUCE USE OF LANIf laS 

PANa SUPF13?TS EASIER STATE TAX FORM 

LANIfiaS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO DUMPS 
GARBAGE GOES HOI€ AGAIN 



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N 


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2 


5/04/1987 A 


1 


N H06 


H 


2 


5/05/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


5/05/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


9 


5/27/1987 B 


2 


N R53 


S 


1 

^ 


6/10/1987 A 


10 


J fSZ 


H 


n 


8/05/1987 D 


4 


N L40 


H 


•^ 


8/07/1987 A 


14 


N L40 



H 


n 


1/07/1987 B 


J 


N S51 


H 


2 


1/21/1987 B 


2 


N 


s 


9 


2/03/1987 A 




M N H70 


H 


1 


3/26/1987 B 




N S80 


H 


2 


5/09/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


•^ 


5/14/1987 B 




N 


H 


/^ 
^ 


6/10/1987 A 




N S51 


S 


2 


6/10/1987 A 




N X51 


S 


o 


6/11/1987 A 




E 


H 


n 


12/03/1987 B 


11 


N 046 


S 


n 


12/03/1987 A 




N W82 



H 


T 


1/13/1987 B 


1 


N S80 


S 


n 


2/06/1987 C 


14 


J 


S 


2 


2/12/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


7 


2/13/1987 B 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


3/01/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


i 


3/13/1987 B 


1 


N L40 


H 


1 


3/17/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/18/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


1 


3/18/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


7 


4/04/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


4/08/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


n 


4/17/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


5/25/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


5/23/1987 B 


1 


N L40 


H 


1 


7/08/1987 B 


-3 


N 


H 


O 


7/10/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


7/10/1987 A 


15 


N 



S 2 5/14/1987 A 4 E 



LANDLORD-TENANT aCISLATION 



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SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C, LAWS 
SEE ALSO RENTAL PROPERTY 
CLARIFICATION OF TOUGHER HOUSING EVICTIOf^ SOUGHT 

LANDLORD-TENANT PROBLEMS 

JURY AWARDS APT. DWELLER $635,000 

JUSTICE FOR RATLORD 

LANDLORDS AND RENT 

BRINGING N.C. HOUSING UP TO STANIiARD ALSO RAISES RENT 

WINSTON-SALEM FIGHTS HOUSIhJG PROBLEMS WITH $9-MILLIQN BOND 

LANDMARK CENTER OFFICE CAMPUS (GF:EENSBORO, N.C.) 
DEVELOPER'S UNVEIL PIJiNS FOR GREENSBORO COMF'LEX 
OFFICE PAFJC PLANNED 

LANDSBORY DRIVE 

BAD SEWER PIPES WORRY RESIDENT 

DAMAGED PIPE SHOULDN'T BE USED IN INSTALLING SEWER LINES 

SEWER LINE IS A THREAT 

cm HAS CREATED A MESS 

LANDSCAPING 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, LANDSCAPING AND GROUNDS DIVISION 

SEE ALSO GARDENUJG, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HORTICLLTURE 

SEE ALSO U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL. COSTS 

PANEL EYES OLYMPICS LANDSCAPING 

COUNCIL SirCLINES PROF'OSAL ON CHAF'EL HILL ENTRANCE SIGNS 

LANDSCAFt FIRM HIRED FOR DUKE GAR'DENS PROJECT 
■ TREES LOSE OUT TO THE BUREAUCRACY 

WET IfflRK 

NEW GARieNS ENHANCE HOUSE'S OLD AURA 

CLEANING UP TRINITY AVE,! FIRM HELPING RESIECNTS PAINT, PLANT 

STATE CAPITOL LAffflSCAP-ING PLAN BACKED 

LANDSCAPING EQUIPMENT, PICKUP TRUCK STOLEN 

WHEN LANreCAPERS HEAR ALARM, THEY'U BE OFF TO THE FIRE 

LANDSCAPE NURSERY IN THE HOME 

LEARNING LANKCAFE TECHNIQUES; HELP FOR HOMEOWNERS... 

LANDSCAPING FOR ENER'GY-EFFICIENCY 

A 'TREE CITY'S' FALLING LEAVES TO GIVE GARDENS SPRING FEED 

LANDWRI6HT CORP. 

REFLECTIONS IN A GOLDEN POND 

LANDWRIGHT HAS NEW TWIST ON SPLITTING BROKERAGE FEES 

LANE STREET (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

RAMSEY MAKES HIS POINT ON GETTING UALKUAY COVER 

LANGUAGE 

SEE ALSO BLACK SPEECH PATTERNS 

SEE ALSO CURSING 

SEE ALSO Ef-IGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

SEE ALSO GRAMMAR 

SEE ALSO JARGON 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN SPEECH PATTERNS 

SEE ALSO SPEECH PATHOLOGY 

SEE ALSO SFfRTS, QUOTES 

SEE ALSO TALKING 

SEE ALSO WRITING 

MORE ON '-IZERS' 

MISUSE OF WORDS 

St€'S CRACKED MANSFEAK CODE 

HUnON GIVES GOOD MARKS TO 2 TRIANGLE COMPANIES 

SCREEN OJT PERSONAL BIAS 

IS TOBOGGAN A NORTH CAROLINA COLLOQUIALISM? 

'TOBOGGAN' COMMON FOR A KNinED CAP 

SCOTTISH REGIONALISM? 

ADAPT TO TAR HEEL WAYS 



S 2 8/21/1987 A 1 N B85 



6/13/1987 C 

7/19/1987 D 

12/03/1987 A 

12/29/1987 A 

12/31/1987 C 



2 1/17/1987 C 1 
2 1/19/1987 A 13 



N S82 

E 

L 

G 

Q 



2 5/22/1987 A 

2 5/22/1987 A 

2 5/25/1987 A 

2 7/20/1987 A 



1 N M06 

4 L 

4 L 

4 L 



s 


2 


1/08/1987 A 


1 


N B85 


H 


3 


1/13/1987 B 


10 


N B81 


H 


2 


2/11/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


'I 


3/12/1987 A 


4 


1 


S 


2 


5/14/1987 A 


12 


P P S76 


H 


3 


5/22/1987 B 


1 


P N L90 


H 


2 


6/19/1987 B 


6 


P N E38 


H 


2 


7/01/1987 C 




N 


H 





7/30/1987 C 


8 


N 030 


H 


3 


8/29/1987 C 


1 


P N BIO 


H 


2 


9/06/1987 E 


12 


U B56 


H 


2 


9/14/1987 A 


6 


P F Zll 


H 


? 


11/22/1987 E 


20 


U B56 


H 


2 


11/27/1987 B 


1 


P N K65 


H 


2 


8/09/1987 F 


1 


P P M66 


H 


A. 


9/27/1987 F 


1 


P N 


H 


1 


11/20/1987 B 


1 


N L40 



H 


o 


1/07/1987 A 




L 


H 


o 


1/08/1987 A 




L 


H 


n 


1/19/1987 A 




U G78 


H 


'■\ 


1/25/1987 B 


11 


U L41 


H 


n 


2/'09/1937 A 




E 


H 


2 


3/05/1987 A 




L 


H 


9 


3/11/1987 A 




L 


H 


9 


3/11/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


3/12/1987 A 




L 



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



BY SUB 



toboomn: for head gr belly? 
letter was infuriating 

AN ACCEPTEIi COJ-COUIALISM 

FOR FUN NEOLOGISi'iS, TRY MIU IN GE0R13IA 

IT'S ACTUALLY 'TCE-BOGGIN' 

REALLY, UHC CARES? 

BILL DESIGNATES BiGLISH OFFICIAL N.C. LANGUAGE 

ENGLISH rtAY BE THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE (CARTOON) 

A SCK3LARLY UNDERSTANDING OF TOSAGGAN 

UHY MGH ORDERS SWEET MILK FROM GROCERY STORE 

CONSTAfJT CHANGE DJRICHES LANGUAGE 

LEGISLATORS AFT TO 'MISSPEAK' ENaiSH 

dlFffLQ UINGS.,.AND STR'ANGER THINGS 

MALE-ORIENTED LANGUAGE AVOIDED IN mi TESTAMENT 

JOHNNY CAN'T TALK 

HERALD NOT TOEING TIC LINE 

IT WAS 'TOE' AND fCT 'TOW' 

DISTRICT COURT CREW PLEADS SEfJSE OF HUMOR 

A MUCH-STUBMJ 'TOU' 

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE BILL IS CRITICIZED 

LINGUIST SEES M BLEND OF BLACK, WHITE Dlf^-ECTS 

AF1DSTRDF1€ CATASTROFt£ 

INSULTED BY 'GENTEEL' 

USE (T 'IJM' USUALLY FDRTENIS SOiCTHING A LITTLE SUSPICIOUS 

CJ€R'(KEES WORK TO SAVE LANGUAGE FR'OM DYING OUT 

VOILA! A WORD THAT ISN'T 

COMPETE FOR SAFETY 

MAKE SAFETY TALK JUST PLAIN TALK 

IiON'T REQUIRE ONE LANGUAC'E 

OFFBEAT history: THE WAYWARDNESS OF WORT'S 

LINGUISTIC BRUTALITY 

LAfJNING & WOODS 

SEE ALSO BAIL BONDS 
f£U BAIL BONTi FIRM OPENS 

LAOS ♦ 

GRCL? HOPES TO LAUNCH BALLOON FlEA FROM TTWILAND FUR MISSI^JG AMERICAf^ 

STRONG EVIIENCE OF F-QUS IN LAOS CLj^Ii-di 

GROUP CONTENDS IT HAS PROOF U.S. SERVICEMEN IMPRISONS IN E. LAOTIAN... 

MIA DEBATE LACKING EVIIQ^CE EIT>CR WAY 

POSTERS ON REUARIS FOR F^OWS TO BE FLOATED INTO L^OS 

GROUP TO RELEASE BALLOONS OFFERING POW REUAR:D 

STATE r€F'ARTt€?^T CRITICIZES BAaOCN OFFERS FOR ROUS 

LARCENY 

SEE ROBBERY, DURHAJ1 

SEE R-OBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ROBBERY, U.S. 



LARISMOUTH BASS 

SEE PLSO BASS FISHING 
TEXAS ANGLERS CAST EYES ON 



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H 


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3/13/1987 A 


4 


c 


H 


2 


3/13/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


3/13/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


T 


3/1S/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


3/18/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


3/18/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


3/18/1987 B 


( 


N 


H 


9 


3/20/1987 A 


4 


T T R56 


H 


n 


3/27/1937 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


3/27/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


9 


4/06/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


4/26/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


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5/14/1987 C 


1 


T F 


H 


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5/19/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/24/1987 D 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/29/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


5/29/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


5/30/1937 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/01/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


6/03/1987 B 


2 


F N 


S 


n 


6/04/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


n 


6/22/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/30/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


n 


7/24/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


1 


8/11/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


n 


8/14/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


8/26/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


o 


8/26/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


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9/04/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


9 


10/03/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


12.'12/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 




12/17/1937 C 


11 


N 


H 


1 


8/12'-1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


9 


9/01/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


9/01/1987 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


9/02/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


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i. 


9/04/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


9 


9/17/1987 D 


7 


N 


H 


2 


9/17/1987 D 


7 


H 



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4/05/1987 B 



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LARYNX 

HILLSBOROUGH HUSH; DOCTOR ORDERS TOWN MANAGER NOT TO TALK 

L^ALLE ST. 

WORKIfffi TO HALT FUEL SPILL 

LASALLE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

SEE l_A SALLE UNIV. SFORTS, BASKETBALL 

LASER SURGERY 

SEE ALSO LASER'S 

SEE ALSO SURGER'Y 
LASER SURGERY CAN HELP WOMEN WITH I:>^RONIC PELVIC PAIN 
VETS USE LASER SURGERY i3N RETIRED RACEHORSE 
FAMOUS RACEHCR'SE DK AFTER SURGERY 



H 1 9/25/1987 C 1 P N MIO 
H 2 9/01/1987 C 1 P P K30 



H 2 3/02/1987 B 5 N ISO 
H 2 12/23/1987 C 3 N 
S 2 12/26/1987 C 4 N 



LASERS 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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-DATE — C 



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L Y 
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SEE ALSO HOLOGRAMS 

SEE ALSO LASER SURGERY 

SEE ALSO LAZER TAG 

SEE ALSO STAR UAR'S (MILITAF:Y PROGRAM) 
lasers: FROM SCIENCE FICTION TO SCIENTIFIC FOREFRONT 
GREENSBORIJ HOSPITAL TESTS LASERS ON CLOGGEIi ARTERIES 
LASERS USED TO RESTORE PINEHURST GREENS 

LASSITER'S MACHINE SHOP 

TWO BUSINESSES DESTROYED BY FIRE 

THE LAST SUPPER 

RaiVING THE LAST SUFfER' 

'LAST SUFfER' CHLIRCH ART TO STAY PUT 

LATCHKEY CHIUiREN 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE 
PR'OGRAMS HELP LATCHK-EY CHILDREN 
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS FOR TEENS AR£ VANISHING 
OLDER STUDENTS NEEIi AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS 
COUNCIL SETS SOCIAL AGENDA 
STATE SHOULD UTILIZE SCHOOLS, RESOURCES FOR LATCHKEY CHILDREiN 

THE LATE S«3U 

dtrnm SAYS HE'S CONSIDERING OFFER FOR 'THE LATE SHOW 
BAKKIRS WRONG CHOICE TO BE TELE-JISION HOSTS 
WHY NOT A ROaES GALLERY? 



S 2 2/18/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 3/22/1987 D 3 N 
H 2 9/29/1987 D 3 P N 



H 2 9/13/1987 C 1 N 



4/17/1987 A 1 P P H66 
4/29/1987 B 16 N 



3/18/1987 

4/30/1987 

5/22/1987 

12/02/1987 

12/-15/1987 



2 5/22/1987 B 5 
2 5/25/1987 A 4 
2 5/24/1987 A 4 



N 
N 
E 
N 
J R53 



LATIN 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN UANGLIAGES 
DURHAM STUDEffTS AMONG WINNERS OF UNC HIGH SCHOOL LATIN CONTEST 

LATIN AMERICA 

SEE ALSO CONTADORA GROUP 
SEE ALSO SOUTH AMERICA 
LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL TO PRESENT FIVE FREE MOVIES 
FREE FILM SERIES SET 

HANES-UILLIS LECTURE ON WOMEN IN LATIN FILM INDUSTRY 
N.C. BANKS MISS LATIN LOAN CRISIS 

FREE LATIN AMERICAN FILMS BY WOMEN TO BE SHOWN AT DUKE 
LATIN-AMERICANS ENTERTAINED AT BUFFET 
FIRST-HAND KNOWLEDGE 

ROLE OF GUARDSMEN IN LATIN AMERICA STIRS CONTROVERSY 
F'ORTRAYAL OF STATE DEPARTMENT INACOJRATE 
GRANT GIVEN FOR EXCHANGE PROGRAM WITH LATIN AMERICA 
MEXICAN TOWN REISSUES f-ROF'S BOOK 
PEACE MOVEMENT ZEALOTS 

LATTA ROAD 

BOARD DELAYS VOTE ON WITTENBERG'S REZONING REQUEST 

WITTENBERG PLAN [CLAYED 

PLANNING COMMISSION ENIiORSES ADDITIONS FOR QRGANCN TEKNIKA 

PLANNIfffi BODY BACKS PROPOSAL FOR SUBDIVISION 

BOARD REZONES SUBDIVISION ACREAGE NORTH OF LAHA ROAD 

LAHA ROAD NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION 

FIRM'S SIGN MISLEADING AND PRESUMPTUOUS 

LAUOfTER 

SEE ALSO HUMOR 
HEE, HEE— HAVE YOU HEARD THE ONE ABOUT THE PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN NEBISH? 

LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEAfCRS 

SEE DRY CLEAfCRS AND LAUNDRIES 

LAUNDROMATS 

SEE ALSO DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRIES 
SEE ALSO WASHING MACHINES 
BILL IS ENACTED TO RAISE PRICE OF LIQUOR IN N.C. 



H 2 5/31/1987 C 



N 080 



H 


2 


2/08/1987 D 


10 


N 


S 


2 


2/12/1987 D 


9 


N 


H 


T 


2/14/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/27/1987 C 


5 


N 


S 


9 


3/12/'1987 D 


9 


N 


H 


n 


3/24/1987 A 


6 P U H45 


H 


T 


A/26/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


9/14/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


9/25/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


11/03/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 


11/03/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 


11/14/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


5/06/1987 C 


1 


N A54 


S 




5/06/1987 C 


1 


N M06 


H 


O 


6/03/1987 C 


7 


N A54 


H 


2 


7/08/1987 C 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 


8/12.'1987 C 


4 


N A54 


H 


T 


5/18/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


3 


11/21/1987 C 


1 


N BIO 



H 2 3/14/1937 C 



LAURA DEAN DANCERS AND MUSICIAfJS 



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12/31/1987 



U B J E C T 3 



ADF UEEK 3 FEATURES JAZZDANCE 

Tt€ f£XT STEP 

UHERE HAVE THE SPINS GONE, LAL'RA DEAN? 

LAURA DEAN DACERS AND MUSICIANS PREMIERE 



'SHAMAN' AT FESTIVAL 



LAUREL HILL ROAD NEIGHBORHOOD (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

HOMEOWERS UPSET OVER UNC'S PROPOSAL FOR EASTERN LOOP ROAD 

HOMECJNERS TAKE ISaE UITH LOOP ROAD 

HOMEOWNER'S EXP-ECTEIi IN FORCE AT HEARING ON UNC LANB USE FIAN 

RESIIOTS PACK HEARING TO PROTEST LAND-USE FIAN 

FCRDHAH rCLAYS UNC LANIi-USE PLAN 

PUBLIC OUTCRY PUTS BRAKES ON UNC PLAN 

RESIDENTS' PROTEST PUTS Tl€ BRAKES ON LAND-USE PLAN 

RESirO^TS MAP' FIAN TO FIGHT LAND-USE FIAN 

SPECIAL PA?€L IS F-RCF'OSEIi TO SCRUTINIZE LAND-USE PLAN 

TOJN-UNC JOINT DEVELOFMENT PANEL FOR'HED 

PROFESSOR CALLS UNC'S LAND USE PLAN INSENSITIVE 

CHANCELLOR'S HOME HIGHLIGHTS CANDLELIGHT TOUR 

LALtREL HILLS (CONDOMINIUMS «> SUBDIVISION; CHAPa HILL, N.C) 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, CONDOMINIUMS 
SEE ALSO CONDOMINIUMS 

HCMECUNERS EXPECTETi IN FORirE AT HEARING ON UNC LAND USE PLAN 

RESIDENTS PACK HEARING TO PROTEST LAND-USE PLAN 

LAURa SPRINGS, N.C. 

ALDERMEN MUa CHAfJGE ON SUBDIVISION PERMITS 

LALiRINBURG, N.C. 

WASTE TREATMENT PLANT DRAR PERMIT APPROVED 

LAU DAY 

A GOVERNMENT OF LAU AND REASON 
LAU DAY 

LAU ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTER ON CRIME AND PUNISHMENT 

SEE M.SO N.C. LAU ENFORCEMENT HALL OF HONOR 

SEE ALSO OUTSTANDING LAU ENFORCEMENT OFFICER 

SEE ALSO POLICE, N.C. 

RESPECTING THE LAU 

LAU ENFORCEMENT GRADUATES 

LAU Eh^FOR'CEMENT OFFICER'S BENEFIT AND RETIREMENT FUND 

SEE ALSO riURHAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT.. RETIREMENT 

SEE ALSO [«HAM FtlLICE DEPT., RETIREMENT BENEFITS 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMFIOYEES, RETIREMENT PLANS 

SEE ALSO PaiCE, N.C 

SEE ALSO POLICE, N.C, RETIREMENT PLANS 

SEE ALSO RETIREMENT PROGRAMS 
JORDAN; POLICE RETIREMENT PLAN NEEDS STUDY 
THORNBURG DEFDJDS LAWMEN'S RETIREMENT BENEFITS 
RETIREMENT PLAN NEEDED 
POLICE RETIREMENT PAY UP IN THE AIR 
POLICE RETIREMEhn-PAY PLAN IS UNCERTAIN 
POLICE RETIREMENT PLAN NEEDS FIGHTING CHANCE 
DON'T REPEAL RCTIREMENT 'PERKS' FOR LAW OFFICERS 
ALLENTON'S REZONING REQUEST FAILS TO GET TWO-THIRDS MAJORITY VOTE 
DURHAM Cin council: STATE SHOULD PAY POLICE PENSION 
STATE SHOULD FUW HIKE IN BENEFITS FOR POLICE 
DURHAM DEPUTIES DISLIKE BOND'S PAY-RAISE PROPOSAL 
COUNTY EMPLOYEES TO RECEIVE PAY RAISE 
DEPUTIES RALLY TO PLAN ACTION AGAINST PAY PROPOSAL 
SFCRIFF CONFUSED ON COUNTY PAY PLAN 
RU.ING COULD AFFECT COUNTY PAY-RAISE PLANS 

LAWN MOWERS 

SEE ALSO GRASS (LAWN) 



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H 2 6/15/1987 C 1 N W66 

S 2 6/18/1987 D 2 P G 

H 2 6/19/1987 B 1 R L34 

S 2 6/19/1987 B 4 R B71 



H 


3 


5/07/1987 B 




N L90 


S 


n 


5/07/1987 A 


16 


N 080 


H 




6/01/1987 C 




P N L90 


H 


3 


6/02y'1987 C 




P N L90 


S 


n 


6/02/1987 A 




N L90 


H 


■n 


6/03/1987 C 




N L90 


H 


3 


6/03/1987 C 




N L90 


H 


3 


6/05/1987 B 




N L90 


H 


-I 


6/09/1987 B 




N X07 


H 


3 


7/02/1987 B 




P N L90 


H 


3 


9/19/1987 C 




N L90 


H 


n 


11/25/1987 B 




P F H45 


H 


o 


6/01/1987 C 


1 


P N L90 


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6/02/1987 C 


1 


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H 3 11/11/1987 C 1 N K65 
H 2 4/03/1987 C 4 N 



H 2 5/01/1987 A 4 L 
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2 5/06/1987 C 
1 6/04/1987 B 



9 P P S76 

2 P P T37 



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1/19/1987 C 4 N 


H 


2 


1/20/1987 A 12 P N 


H 


9 


1/23/1987 A . 


1 E 


H 


7 


3/06/1987 A 


N &51 




1 


3/06/1987 C 


N H70 


S 


9 


3/11/1987 A ' 


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3/14/1987 A ' 


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3/17/1987 C 


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3 


2 


3/17/1987 A 


I N H70 


S 


n 


3/13/1987 A ■ 


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S 


2 


6/19/1987 A 


I N TS5 


s 


1 


6/19/1987 A 


N M06 


H 


7 


6/21/1987 C 


L N n51 


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6/23/1987 A 


[ P N M06 


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6/29/1987 C 


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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX E 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



OLD-FASHIONED WAY 

LAWN WORK IS A DRAG 

IT WAS SO HOT, THAT... 

CHILD UITH REATTACHED FOOT IS HOME FROM HOSPITAL 

LAWRENCE ROAD 

RESIIENTS rCCRY LAURENCE ROAD BYPASS PROPOSAL 
REVISED THOROUGHFARE PLAN FORWARDED BY HILLSBOR'OUGH 

LAWS, N.C. 

SEE N.C, LAWS 

LAWSUIT DAMAGE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE RATES 
SEE ALSO LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO MaHCAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 
SEE ALSO PUNITIVE DAMAGE AWAPIS 

ASSEMBLY HOTLY DIVIDED ON TORT REFORM 

PA^EL MAY RECOMMEND CIVIL JUSTICE CHANGES 

N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION SAYS TORT REFORM UNNECESSARY 

STUDY BOOSTS BOTH SIDES ON TORT REFORM 

FLORIDA LEGISLATOR SAYS TORT REFORM DOES LITTLE TO CUT INSURANCE COSTS 

INSURANCE I€BATE IS FAR FROM OVER 

N.C. BAR OPPOSES MAJOR TORT REFORMS 

LAWYER RAPS PUNITIVE IiAMAGES AWARDS 

PANEL BACKS *250,000 LIMIT IN SOME SUITS 

CHANl^S URGED IN PUNITIVE DAMAGES LAW 

MALPRACTICE PANEL REJECTS CHANGES 'SOUGHT BY DOCTORS 

DON'T MESS WITH TORT SYSTEM 

FEDERAL JURY AWARDS WOMAN $133,000 

STUDY PANEL REVIVES PUSH FOR TORT REFORM 

WHATEVER HAF'PBO TO THE LIABILITY INSURANCE CRISIS? 

PACS INVOLVED IN STATE TORT-REFORM BAHLE 

TORT REFORMS LOSING APPEAL AND BACKERS 

N.C. TORT REFORM LOSES MOMENTUM 

LAWYERS SHOULDN'T GET PAIN, SUFFERING MCND' 

COMMITTEE APPROVES COMPARATIVE FAULT 

COMPARATIVE FAULT MEASURE SPURS UEatND LOBBYING 

HOJSE G£ES SLOW ON COMPARATIVE FAULT BILL FOR INJURIES 

COMPARATIVE FAULT, DRIVING BILLS RETURN 

PUNITIVE DAMAGES MEASURE KILLED 

TEEN MAY GET $800,000 FROM SEHLEMENT 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS AWARD OF $1.3 MILLION 

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER' SAYS COMPUTER YIELDIfJG DIVIDENDS 

COURT REVERSES CONVICTION OF FORMER' AR.-CIO OFFICIAL 

COURT RULES FOR NON-SMOKER'S; CO-WORKER'S HABIT kULO VIOLATION... 

Stf'REME COURT AGREES TO HEAR APPEAL 

DUKE INSURER WON'T HAVE TO PAY CLAIM 

COLOR OF OtC'S COLLAR AFFECTS COURSE OF JUSTICE 

LAWSUITS, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO ANTI-TR'UST SUITS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DIJRHAM, LAWSUITS 
SEE ALSO CLASS ACTION SUITS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO LIBEL 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., LAWSUITS 

MINISTER SUES CITY, POLICE FOR IMF-ROPER' GAMBLING ARREST 

HI6HT FILES NEW SUIT OVER COMPLAINT 

REAL-ESTATE BR'OKER FILES NEW LAWSUIT 

SUIT CHARGES SOCIAL SEP'VICES WITH NEGLIGENCE IN ABUSE CASE 

CHILD-ABUSE CA.SE BRINGS LAWSUIT FOR NEGLIGEfCE 

JUDGE REFUSES TO DISMISS LIBa SLUT 

COUNTY WEIGHS APPEAL OF COURT RULING 

DURHAM FACES ZONING SUIT 

SUIT FILED OVER MOTEL ZONING 

COUNH BOARD MEMBERS GET SUMMONS 



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8/26/1987 B 


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N 


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10/09/1987 C 


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12/21/1987 A 


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2/24/1987 B 


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2/27/1987 A 


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N S82 


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2/27/1987 C 




N 


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n 


2/-28/1987 C 




N S32 


S 


n 


2/23/1987 C 




N 


H 


9 


3/06/1987 A 


16 


N S82 


S 


2 


3/19/1987 C 




N B85 


S 


9 


4/27/1987 A 




N M06 


H 


2 


4/23/1987 B 




N S82 


S 


9 


4/23/1987 A 


1 


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MONTHLY/ANNUflL INDEX Br 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



3 U B J E 



SAVE THE UATER FIANS TO SUE OWES' TREYBURN 

EX-E^PLOYEE AT ALCOHOL CENTEF; SAYS REPORTING POSSIBLE ABUSE COST JOB 
SUIT QUESTIONS BAN ON CLIENT PRIVACY 
STATE ABORTION RULE SPAUNS SUIT 
JUDGE DISMISSES SUIT BY FIRED WELFARE WORKER 
SCHOOL WORKER GETS $12,500 AS CITY, FIRE INSPECTOR LOSE SUIT 
EX-SOCIAL WORKER LOSES SUIT VS. COUNTY 
FALSE CHARGES SHOULD BE PLACEi IN 'FILE 13' 
JUDGE TEMf'ORARILY BLOCKS TUO NEW ABORTION RULES 
LAWSUIT MAY RAISE QUESTIONS ABOUT SOCIAL SERVICES UNIT 
LAUSUITS ATTACKED SOCIAL SERVICES FtLICIES 
SOCIAL SERVICES DEF'ARTHENT MUST MAKE TOUGH DECISIONS 
CONVICTED MURDERER SEEKS $300,000 IN PROPERTY 
COUPLE SUES OVER RESERVOIR BLASTING 
SUIT FILED OVER RESERVOIR BLASTING 

COURT! ABC BOARD LIABILITY FOR INJURY LIMITED TO INSURANCE 
DURHAM PaiTICAL GROUP CONSIDERS FILING CIVIL SUIT 
LAWSUIT CLAIMS POLITICAL TRICtiERY IN GRBUP'S NAME 
DURHAM FORUM FILES SUIT 
FO^UM VERSUS FORUM LEGITIMATE CCMF'LAINT 
FORUMS FEUD AS CANDIDATES DUCK FOR COVER 
PCLITICAL GROUP STUDIES NAME CHANGE 
WAR CF WORDS CONTINUES BETWEEN PaiTICAL GROUPS 
NAME QUIBBLING JUST PETTY POLITICAL MOVE 

F(^U< SHOULD rCLVE INTO ISSUES, NOT PETTY POLITICAL SQUABBLES 
PROGRESSIVE FORUM (CARTOON) 
JUDGE TO RULE ON DURHAM FORUM LAWSUIT 
JUDGE TO RULE TODAY ON 'FORUM' LAWSUIT 
LAWSUIT AGAINST t€W FORUM CHEAP SHOT 
PRDGRESSIVE FORUM CAN KEEP NAME 
DURHAM PRUGRESSIi.'E FORUM WINS LAWSUIT OVER fWME 
VOTERS HEED GROUFS' WISHES 

GULLEY, GRIFFIN SWAP BARBS AS ELECTION DAY ^EARS 
WHITING'S LAWaUT DISMISSED 

1987'S HOT BUYS INCLUDE DINOSAUR'S, BLUE CORtJ CHIPS 
GTE! NO! DATANATIONAL! PHONE BOOK RIVALRY FTOMPTS SUIT, SETTL£}€NT 
LAWYER SEEKING TO RECOVER $40,000 FROM LOAN FOR BUILDER PAUL ROBERTS 
GTE GETS $46,160 SETTLEMENT 
DEFENDANT CONTRADICTS LAWYER ON LOAN 
SCHOOLS SEEK KEEL FUNDS 

TRIAL AGAINST SBI AGENTS NEARS END IN DURWiM 
LAWYER TELLS JURY SBI AGENTS TO BLAME IN MOTEL GUN FIGHT 
DURH«1 JURY GETS SUIT VS. SBI AGOfTS 
REMIf«3T0N LOSES SUIT AGAINST TWO SBI AGENTS 
JURORS REJECT SUIT AGAINST SBI AGENTS 
$175,953 LIEN FILED AGAINST STONE CGNST. CO. 
INJUNCTION CDNTIfAJED AGAINST SUMITOMO 
FIRM LOSES EFFORT TO HALT STADIUM WORK 
LIENS AND JUDGMENTS 
APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS BLOCK TO $4 MiaiDN SUIT BY GLENN FAMILY 



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2 5/15/1987 A 


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2 5/14/1987 C 


1 N A54 


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2 5/30/1987 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 6/02/1987 C 


1 N A54 


H 


2 6/05/1987 B 


1 N S82 


H 


2 6/05/1987 A 


14 N S82 


S 


2 6/05/1987 C 


1 N M06 


S 


2 6/09/1987 A 


4 E 


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2 6/26/1987 A 


19 N 


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2 6/26/1987 A 


4 L 


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2 7/03/1987 A 


4 L 


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2 7/10/1987 A 


4 L 


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2 8/11/1987 C 


1 N 382 


S 


2 8/28/1987 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 8/29/1987 C 


5 N 


H 


2 9/02/1987 A 


13 N L40 


S 


2 10/20/1987 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 10/21/1987 B 


1 N S51 


S 


2 10/21/1987 C 


1 N H70 


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2 10/22/1987 A 


4 E 


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2 10/22/1987 B 


1 N £51 


S 


2 10/22/1987 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 10/23/1987 C 


1 N S51 


S 


2 10/23/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 10/24/1987 A 


4 L 


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2 10/25/1987 D 


4 T T R56 


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2 10/26/1987 A 


1 N H70 


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2 10/27/1987 A 


1 N S82 


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2 10/27/1987 A 


4 L 


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2 10/27/1987 A 


1 N H70 


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2 10/28/1987 A 


1 N S32 


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2 10/23/1987 A 


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2 10/30/1987 C 


1 N H70 


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1 N 


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2 11/13/1987 C 


7 N S82 


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2 11/20/1987 A 


1 N B53 


S 


2 12/03/1987 C 


1 N B53 


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2 12/04/1937 B 


1 P N S82 


S 


2 12/04/1987 C 


1 N B53 


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2 12/05/1987 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 12/05/1987 C 


1 N B53 


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2 12/06/1987 D 


14 N 


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2 12/11/1987 B 


9 N 


S 


2 12/15/1987 C 


1 N B53 


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2 12/'20/1987 D 


11 N 


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2 12A30/1987 A 


1 P N U82 



LAWSUITS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ANTI-TRUST SUITS 

SEE ALSO CLASS ACTION SUITS 

SEE ALSO COMPARATIVE FAULT CLAIMS SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO LIBEL 

SEE ALSO MEIUCAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO PRISONER'S, N.C, LAUSUITS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C, LAUSUITS 
POSTMAN NOT LAUGHING AT CIGAR PRANK 
IVEY IS SUING BEL-^ TO STOP MALL EXPANSION IN CHARLOHE 
ARBITRATION OF LAWSUITS BEING TESTED IN 10 COUNTIES 
MAN SUES DRIVER FOR INJURIES 
PANEL MAY RECOMMEND CIVIL JUSTICE CHANGES 
DOCTOR Af« NURSE CLEARED IN LAWSUIT 
F'ONDER SAYS INDICTMENT IS POLITICALLY MOTIVATED 
AnORNEY GENERAL SUES LAS VEEAS COMPANY 



H 


■T 


1/02/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


7 


1/04/1987 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 


1/05/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


9 


1/06/1987 A 


<J 


N 080 


H 


9 


1/08/1987 A 


15 


N L40 


H 


n 


1/09/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/15/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


T 


1/16/1987 A 


10 


N 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX B 
12/31/1937 



S U B J E 



GRANVILLE AND VANCE SUED OVER ELECTIONS 

BRin'S ATTORfCYS ARGUE FOR RECOUNT 

STATE SUING CHECK COMPAf^Y 

SUIT FILED ON FORT BRAGG BURGER BUSINESS 

COURT FINDS TELEVISION CAUSED FIRE, AWARDS DAHAGES 

4 PERSON RESIICNTS SUED BY REEBOK 

LILESVILLE UOMAN REPAID AND LAND RETURNED 

COURT RULES AGAINST LEAF FARMERS 

DEADLINE UPHELD IN LAWSUIT 

MAN ACCUSES EX-WIFE, LAWYER OF NEGLIGENCE IN DEATH CLAIM 

FAYETTEVILLE FILES LAWSUIT TO STOP TOPLESS DANCING 

MAN FILES LAWSUIT AFTER FORMER WIFE MARRIES COUNSELOR 

APPEAL COULD SET PRECEDENT FOR EMFIOYEES SUING BOSSES 

JUDGE BLOCKS STATE'S aOSING OF GASTONIA LICENSE BUREAU 

TRANSMISSION REPAIR COMPANY TO PAY $500,000 

SUIT FILED TO CHALLENGE FMHA COUNTY ELECTIONS 

VANCE COJNTY IS GRANTED EXTENSION 

FAMILY CARE HOME ORI€RED TO PAY WORKERS BACK WAGES OF $250,000 

TEEN SUED FOR LEHING 10-YEAR-OLD TO DRIVE 

APPEAL PLANNED ON $250,000 IN BACK PAY 

LUMPY PILLOWS, BLAND FOOD LEAD TO PRISON SUIT 

SUIT BY FIVE BEREA FIREFIGHTERS HOLDS UP GRANVILLE COUNTY FUNDS 

GRANVILLE BOARD RECOGNIZES BEREA FIRE DEPARTMENT 

ALAMANCE BOARD CONSIDER-S SUIT OVER COUNH JAIL 

LAWSUIT SAYS ALZHEIMER'S PATIENT SBIT $79,000 TO FALUELL'S GROUPS 

PROFESSOR'S SUIT SAYS BENEFITS DENIED BECAUSE OF SEX 

SUIT FILED OVER ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING OF BOY IN ^'£BA^£ 

daughter; UOMAN BELIEVED FAL'jaL SAW HER THROUGH TV 

wrwstjl death lawsuit against greensboro settled 

mississippi ruling may affect n.c, case 

court overturns ruling in warren pcb case 

vance, franklin election changes involved in suit are called routine 

michaux says bill could settle lawsuits on election of judges 

blacks' suit against granville expected to go to trial in fall 

jury deadlocks on negligence of police chief 

burlington sues investor group 

granville faces discrimination suit 

suit stirs grawille school officials 

suit over schoa board elections in gra^wille called uwficessary 

rfcdes, n.c. settle case 

bill uciu not permit lawsuits 

widow of swjttle pilot files $1.5 billion suit 

uoman accuses church members of stealifjg diary 

shamfto assault suit costs defendant $3,700 

teen may get $800,000 from settlement 

settlement reached in astronaut's death 

union protests cpil's action on coal mines 

long-running voti^^g suit is settled 

diaries should remain f-rivate 

naval reserve places high price on award 

suit filed in death of 2 boys in klenner case 

reconstk'uction of auto accidejts a science for durham policeman 

mom of quaiiriplegic boy files lawsuit against hospital 

durham attorney peats irs in court 

vance board grants cable tv franchise 

family loses bid to regain haheras land 

lawsuit challenges method of dunn council elections 

martin itfends stand to end state funding for abortions 

woman sues over husband's death 

sanforb opposes va closings 

farmville fousing grwp faces suit 

custody suit reinstateii against n.c. grandparents 

rainbow family tries to ease concerns 

fanfare; legionaire war? 

former burlington chief denies leaking information 

two fayetteville businesses chaaenge movie arcade law 

beach music festival slated sunday to support roanoke river association 

u.s. district juice rules lawsuit on pows has merit 

suit filed in inmate's suffocation 

lawsuit weeks $3 million in inmate's kath 



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1/29/1987 B 


2 


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N 


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2 


5/05/1987 C 


1 


N 


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2 


5/07/1987 A 


19 


N 


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2 


5/10/1987 A 


13 


N 


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5/15/1987 B 


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2 


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2 


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5/24/1987 C 


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6/03/1987 C 


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6/04/1987 B 


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6/05/1987 A 


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6/05/1987 A 


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6/14/1987 C 


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6/16/1987 A 


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6/19/1987 B 


4 


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6/20/1987 C 


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6/24/1987 B 


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N H60 


H 


9 


6/25/1987 A 


17 


N 


S 


o 


6/25/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


6/26/1987 A 


16 


N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX B 
1/01/1987 - 12/'31/1987 



S U B J E 



STAKES HIGH IN SUIT OVER INTEREST RATE 

DISTRICT ELECTIOfJ OF VANCE COUNTY BOARD AfPROVED 

HOSPITAL APPEALS MEIiICARE DECISION 

N.C. I1AN FIGLRES IN FAWUS CASE 

UOfO'S CLINIC SAYS ANTI-AECRTION KMONSTRATORS INTIMIDATE PATIENTS 

CKJRCH OTICIALS ADMIT READING DIARY 

GOVERNOR UILL ASK CaKT TO REJECT !vEU LAU ON ELECTION CF JUDGES 

$350,000 SETTLEMENT PfF'CRTED IN INFANT'S DEATH 

UNO DOESN'T GET INJUNCTION AGAINST T-SHIRT COMF'ANY 

U.S. CIROIIT CRT (F APf-EALS UPHCLTiS $1.2 MILLION AUARIi AGAINST FAYETTEVl H 

N.C. SUF1<ErE COURT nU£S FOR PARB'ITS IN L'NBOfiN BABY CASE 

NEWSPtf'ER: SETTLEMENTS PAID TO PRISON WORKERS 

PA^EL: SETTLE-B4T PaiCY NOT ABIJSEB 

SUIT CLAIMS LOAN DEFAULT ON HOTEL fTOJECT 

CCI^ANY SUtS ALAMANCE TV STATION 

N.C. SLIES N.Y. BROKERAGE FIRM OVER: ILLEGAL SALES 

N.C. TRAILS COUNTRY IN MALPR:ACTICE CLAIMS 

WAKE COWTY JUDGE ISSUES Af^ INJUCTION A.3AIf>(ST N.Y. FIRM 

BLiNCCMIf Ji^Y OVER'Tl^'NS $300,000 LEGACY TO COLLEGE 

COURT REFUSES TO HEAR STABILIZATION'S APFtAL 

KEEPING StSUAEBLES OUT Of COURT 

GROCER SUES FEDERAL ARMORED EXPRESS 

FARMERS START EXAMINING TOBACCO CO-OP'S BOOKS 

CIVIL COURT JU^r Bb'CKS COfWICTION, ICNIES DiWiGES IN BEATING CASE 

LAWSUITS ARE CHA^iGING AT-LARGE V0TI^«5 SYSTEMS 

FALUELL SAYS 'FRI'viCtCUS' SUITS HI,'«£RIN6 EFFORT TO SAVE PTL 

TfflJN sues TO KEEP' HONEY mm SALES TAX 

TELECOM FILES 5-UIT AGAINST EX-i<0R1\ER 

NORT>£RN TELECOM SUES EX-MANAGER 

SLFRiME COURT UPHOJJS LIFE TERM FOR MAf^ CONVICTED OF KILLI?^ CHILD 

'AND' SFtLLS SIX YEAR'S OF TR'OUBLE 

GOVERNOR LOSES IN &'£ COJR'T CASE BUT (SETS A PARTIAL VICTORY IN AfCPriER 

GRANVILLE FILES CONSENT ORDER' ON ELECTIONS 

DaAY SOUGHT IN fJOR'THERN TELECOM'S SUIT 

JUDGE DECLIICS TO DELAY ELECTIOrJS 

BEAUFORT COUNTY FR,'INCIFAL SUES fBARI OVER' TRANSFER 

COLRT REVER-SES COWICTION OF FQRtlER AF1_-CIC OFFICIAL 

TOPLESS DANCING PR'CHIBITED AT LOUNGE IN FAYETTEVILLE 

WRONGFa DEATIH SUIT DISMISSED 

CHUR'CH LOSES CHILD LABOR SUIT 

F'UBLIC SCHOa FUMiING SYSTEM IS CHALLENGED 

CaiRCH KIDS TO CONTINUE WIPH WORK DURING APPEAL 

4 MINISTERS DROP SUF'F'ORT FOR' TV STATION 

JUDGE DISMIS'SES LAWSUIT OVER' DEAfHS OF CHILDREN 

FIFTTi Ai-tNIiMENT RIGHT INVOKED IN SUIT 

JUDGE DISMISSES SUIT FILED .AGAINST SHERIFF 

SUIT SAYS '-RONG FOOT OPERATED ON 

COUNTY JAILS OVEPCRCWDING INVITES SUITS 

ItUWAM WOMAN SUES GPEENSP-CRO 

LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST AUPr«R', PUBLISH£R' 

CHART PLOTS HIRINGS, FIRHCS OF TWO STATE AIiMINISTRATIONS 

AnaWEY GE^£RAJ.: commission MAY HAUE VIOLATED LAU 

HOT-TUB SUIT IN GASTCNIA OVER: NEAR:-DRCUNING SETTLED 

LAWSUIT SAYS SLAIN .'ttN'S FRCFERTY HAS BEEN DISSIPATED AND yASTETi 

BURLIf^TON Ad's ^€W CLAIMS TO SUIT 

GUESTIONABiE f^DICAL EXCUSE WIfJGS PERJUR'Y CHARGE, JAIL TIJ€... 

GOP SUES OVER ELECTION OF JUDGES 

GR-OUPS CHARGE A6BCY DISCRIMIfWTES 

JUDGE RU^S AGAINST PUBtIC USE OF PRIVATE BEACH ROAD 

GR-OUP OF PTL'S 'PARTNERS' FILES $191 MILLION LAWSUIT 

WIDOW OF SEN. EAST FILES $10 MILLION SUIT 

SUIT FILED ON AHACK BY 3 DCGS 

FAMILY SEEKS MORE THAN $70,000 FROM NATURAL GAS CO. WEk LEAK 

SUIT BY PP^ PART'IERS EXAGGERATES LOSSES 

DEFECTIVE FAN CASE SETTLED 

SUIT FILEIi ON BEHALF OF TEENS NO LONGER ELIGIBLE FOR UiaiE M PR'CGRAM 

F'OTEMTIAL BENEFICIARIES ADDED TO SUIT ABOUT STATE FIRINGS 

FiWi'S REGULATIONS ON LOA.N COMMITTEES SUFF-ORTED BY JUME 

BEECH MOU'NTAIN LOSES ITS SUIT OVER SALES TA.XES 

SLEEPWALKING TEAC;4ER SUES 3REBVSBCR0 HOTEL 



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7/24/1987 A 


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7/26/1987 A 


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7/28/1937 A 


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N 030 


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7/23/1987 B 


1 


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7/ 2-?/ 1987 B 


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8/03/1987 B 


2 P N 


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8/05/1987 D 


4 


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8/09/1987 B 


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N 


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8/12,'lyS7 B 


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S/14/1987 A 


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8/16/1937 C 


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3/16/15S7 C 


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3 


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8/19/1987 B 


4 


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3/20/1987 A 


5 


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8/27/1987 D 


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8/27/1987 C 


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8/28/1987 B 


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9/14/1987 A 


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1 


9/16/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


9/16/1987 C 


1 


N W27 


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'1 


9/16/1987 B 


6 


N 


S 


n 


9/16/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


n 


9/17/1987 A 


20 


N 


H 


n 


9/24/l'?87 B 


7 


N 


S 


1 


9/24/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


9/30/1987 C 


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N 


H 


9 


9/30/1987 D 


6 


N 


H 


9 


10/04/1987 C 


3 


H 


H 


2 


10/05/1987 C 


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N 


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9 


10/07/1937 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


10/13/1987 B 


11 


N 


H 


9 


10/14/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


o 


10/17/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


9 


10/20/1987 B 


4 


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1 


10/28/1987 C 


1 


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10/2-?/ 1987 C 


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10/11/1987 C 


1 


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11/05/1987 C 


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N 


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11/06/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


1 


11/14/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 




11/18/1987 D 


6 


N 


H 




11/19/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


1 


U/21/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


11/21/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


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11/23/1987 A 


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12/03/1937 C 


11 


N 


H 


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12/09/1987 A 


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12/09/1937 A 


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-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1997 



S U B J E 



LAWYER SUES F'UBLISHER 

LIMITEIi yOTING PLAN SUBMITTED FOR GRANVILLE 

PRESCRIPTION FEES BLOCKED 

WOMAN AWARHEIi $60,000 IN SEXUAL HARASSMENT SUIT 

UTILITIES SUE FOR COST OF PCB CLEANUP 

GRANVILLE ELECTION FLAN GETS 'PRE-aEARANCE' 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT aEAR'S GRANVILLE VOTING FIAN 

FIRST UNION FEARS MORE SHAR'EHOLIfR LAWSUITS 

GOV. MARTIN'S SUIT REKINDLES PARTISAN DEBATE OVER JUDGES 

PLAINTIFFS MUST PAY IN RACIAL SUIT 

APPEALS COURT UFWLDS BLOCK TO $4 MILLION SUIT BY GLENN FAMILY 

LAWSUITS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, LAWSUITS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. 

SUIT FILED IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

ORANGE COUPLE SUES SECURITIES COMPANY 

CONTRACTOR SUES TOWN FOR $23,000 (M.R PAVING JOB 

ROSEMARY SQUARE REQUEST DENIED IN RESIDENTS' SUIT 

EX-OFFICER DROPS CLAIM AGAINST CHAPa HILL 

RESERVOIR SUIT SEEKS LAST LAND 

6Rt)UP FORMED TO PUSH FIGHT AGAINST PROJECT 

UMSTEAD HOSPITAL SUED FOR $1 MILLION IN SUICIDE 

AnORNEY GENERAL LEAGUE -JOIN FUSH FOR PROJECT ^€ARING 

UMSTEAD EMPLOYEES SUED OVER '85 SUICIDE 

CHAPa HILL SUES TO CONEEMN LAND FOR RECREATION USE 

TOWN FACES LAWSUIT ON SUBDIVISION BID 

GRADING FIRM SUES CONTRACTOR OF SMim CENTER 

TWO UNC STUDENTS SUE OVER JEJELRY SALE 

STONERIDGE, SEIiGEFIELD RESIDENTS SUE DEVaOPER AND RACQUET CLUB 

N.C. MEMORIAL, MEIilCAL SCHOOL SUE ALAMANCE 

HIGH COURT HEARS ARGUMENTS IN ROSEMARY SQUARE CASE 

JURY AWARDS APT. DWaLER $635,000 

BURLINGTON FIRM WINS 'DEAN DOME' LAWSUIT 

SMITH CENTER SUBCONTRACTOR WINS LAWSUIT 

AFfEALS COURT RLIING FAVORS SURFIUS STORES 

APARTMENT MANAGERS TO APPEAL JURY'S VERDICT IN $635,000 SUIT 

TfflJN SUES OVER RAUCOUS ROOSTERS 

UNC SUES T-SHIRT FIRM OVER LOGO 

UNC SUES T-SHIRT BUSINESS 

ANTI-ROOSTER LAW SIGN HILLSBOROUGH FORGETS ROOTS 

TOWN ASKS DISMISSAL OF LAWSUIT OVER ARREST 

TWO SUE DaiA AIRLINES FOR LOSS OF JEWELRY 

ANTI-ROOSTER ORDINAiNCE RUFFLES MAN'S FEATHERS IN HILLSBOROUGH 

UNC TKAIEMARK FIGHT 

HOMEOWNERS TAKE DRELOPER TO COURT OVER ROAD REPAIRS 

SKATEBOARD RAMF' HAS NEIGHBORS FLIF'PING MAD 

TAXPAYERS OWN TRADEMARK 

AMBERLY OFfWENTS CONTEMPLATING SUIT AGAINST CARRBORO - 

LACROSSE PLAYER SUING EX-OFFICER ADMITS PUNCH 

EX-CFICER DENIES HE WAS DRUNK WHEN HE HIT STUIENT 

CARRBORfl SUED OVER APPROVAL OF AMBERLY 

BOTH SIDES IN SUIT MUST PAY 

ALTERMEN'S GUIPS AEflUT AMBERLY SUIT LEADEN WITH LAWYER 

MA6Na.IA Hia SUIT HEADED BACK TO COURT 

CARRBORO SEEKS DISMISSAL OF AMBERLY LAWSUIT 

NEaO TEER CO. SUES ORANGE COUNTY 

WiaWDIT, APARTMENTS FACE LAWSUIT 

WOMEN'S CENTER OK'D BUT LAWSUIT THREATENED 

RESIDENTS SUE WOMEN'S CENTER, COUNCIL MEMBER'S 

JUDGE PROMISES RULING BY DEC. 31 ON SUIT TO BLOCK WOMEN'S CENTER 

RULING DUE ON AMBERLY 

JUDGE REJECTS AMBERLY SUIT 

JUDGE'S RULING GIVES AMBERLY SUBDIVISION GREEN LIGHT 

LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ANTI-TRUST SUITS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO CLASS ACTION SUITS 

Sa ALSO CONSENT DECRaS 



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12/18/1987 B 


6 


N 


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2 


12/20/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


9 


12/23/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


1 


12/'23/1987 C 


1 


N T33 


H 




12/23/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


9 


12/24/1987 A 


11 


N 


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2 


12/26/1987 C 


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2 


12/30/1987 C 


6 


N 


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12/30/1987 A 


1 


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6 


N 


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9 


1/08/1987 C 


9 


N U27 


H 


n 


1/08/1987 C 


9 


N 030 


H 


3 


1/17/1987 C 


1 


N 080 


H 


2 


1/20/1987 B 


4 


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2/20/1987 B 


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N F51 


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3 


2/26/1987 B 


1 


N B81 


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2/27/1987 A 


12 


N 080 


H 


2 


3/04/1987 A 


12 


N U27 


H 


3 


4/15/1987 B 


1 


N W27 


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5/07/1987 B 


9 


N QSO 


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N U27 


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2 


5/13/1987 B 


9 


N W27 


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2 


5/14/1987 B 


6 


N W27 


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3 


6/09/1987 B 


1 


N B81 


H 


2 


6/13/1987 C 


1 


N S32 


3 


9 


6/17/1987 A 


1 


N B81 


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3 


6/18/1987 B 


1 


N 080 


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3 


6/18/1987 B 


1 


N 


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9 


6/20/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


7/05/1987 C 


1 


N 080 


S 


n 


7/14/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


7/15/1987 C 


9 


N 080 


S 


9 


7/15/1987 A 


4 


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H 


3 


7/21/1987 C 


1 


N 080 


H 


2 


7/25/1987 B 


6 


N 080 


H 


9 


8/07/1987 B 


1 


N W27 


H 


9 


3/17/1987 A 


4 


1 


H 


3 


8/-22/''1987 C 


1 


N W27 


H 


3 


8/22y'1987 C 


1 


N W27 


H 


2 


8/24/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


3 


8/26/1987 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


3 


3/26/1987 C 


1 


N W27 


H 


3 


8/28/1987 B 


1 


N W27 


H 


3 


3/23/1987 B 


1 


N K65 


H 


9 


8/29/1987 C 


3 


N U27 


H 


3 


9/02/1987 B 


1 


N K65 


H 




9/04/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


3 


10/01/1987 B 


1 


N W27 


H 


2 


10/23/1987 C 


1 


N W27 


H 


2 


10/28/1987 B 


9 


P N 080 


H 


3 


11/10/1987 C 


1 


P N B81 


H 


3 


12/09/1987 C 


1 


N U27 


H 


9 


12y'16/1987 B 


10 


N 'J27 


H 


3 


12/16/1987 C 


1 


N W27 


S 


2 


12/16/1987 A 


1 


N W27 


H 


3 


12/17/1987 B 


1 


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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 
12/31/1537 



BY SUBJECTS 



--DATE- 



PAGE1176 
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SEE ALSO FORD mjQR CO. 

SEE ALSO GASOLINE TANKS 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO LIBEL 

SEE ALSO (CIiICAL MALF'RACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO PINTOS 

SEE ALSO PRISONER'S, U.S., LAUSUITS 

S-EE ALSO TOBACCO, LAUSUITS 

SEE ALSO TORT SYSTEM 

PAPER, CHAPEL HILL MAN SETTLE SUIT 

UE HCFE GCOSE COOKS MANY FEHY LAUSUITS 

CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS HAIL KLAN MERDICT 

OLIVER NORTH EMPLOYS FILIBUSTER AND TARRY, AHDRNEYS AT LAU (CARTOON) 

MISSISSIFfI RILING MAY AFFECT N.C. CASE 

IiON'T BLAME GUN 

AiCR'ICAN TOBACCO MLIST TELL SECRET 

PTL BOARD MEMBER HAS BEEN SUED TUICE FOR FRAUD 

CORPORATE HOSTAGE 

BOYS, WE FEDS SEEM TO THINK' THEY CAN PUT THEIR UHOLE CASE... (CARTOON) 

BAEYSIHER BONDEir;' 

BIAS* PARENTS FILE SUIT, CHARGE AGE^JT UITH FRAUD 

REKWINS FROM SOUTHEAST ASIA MAY NOT BE UWtAN'S HUSBAfffi 

S.C. PRISONER SUES OVER JAIL'S CONDITION 

400 WILL FILE PTL LAUSUITS 

MACDONALD'S MOTHER CRITICIZES BOOK 

AUTHOR rCFENDS THEORY ON MACMNAlIl'S GUILT 

U.VA. COUf'LE SUES BAKKERS 

MACDONALU! FATAL VISION AUTHOR LIED TO GET INFORMATION 

'FATAL VISION' AUTHOR 'JAS BEST FR■IE^JD— MACDQNALD 

CfCROKEE SUES ELECTIONS BOARD 

AUTHOR'S ATTORNEY CALLS MACDONALD MURIiERER 

A^ERICAN BRANDS Uim SUIT DELAY 

DELIKRATIQNS IN 'FATAL VISION' TRIAL DELAYED 

•FATAL VISION' SUIT ENDS IN MISTRIAL AFTER JURY TURMOIL 

UHITTUM SUES TO KEEP PTL HOME 

22-P0Uf«l MAN SUES PTL TO BLOCK HIS EVICTION 

GROUP SAYS IT'S LOSING BOOK UAR 

LAUSUITS FORCING BOSSES TO LOOSEN REINS ON UORKERS 

»1.2 MILLION LAUSUIT FILED IN ABUSE CASE 

LIGGaT LEADER'S FACE LAUSUITi SEC CIVIL CHARGES INCLUDE FRAUD... 

KU KLUX KLAN IN COURT! CIVIL SUITS ARE SHRINKING NUMBER OF UHITE SUITS.. 

EAST SUES fflVERNMENT FOR HJSEAND'S SUICIDE 

UIDOU OF SEN. EAST FILES $10 MILLION SUIT 

FIRST UNION LOSES LAUSUIT OVER MERGER UITH S.C. BANK 

SUIT FILED OVER AIRLINE RESERVATIONS 

'FATAL VISION' LAUSUIT SETTLED FOR $325,000 

INJUSTICES CAN BE LEGAL 

FIR-ST UNION FACES 2ND LAUSUIT IN 1934 STOCK PURCHASE 

UOMAN GETS $7,500 IN IiAMAGES FOR UITHDRAUN MARRIAGE F'RCPOSAL 

UOMAN SAYS MONEY UON'T MAK-E UP FOR DALKCN SHIELD HARM 

COLOR OF ONE'S COLLAR AFFECTS COURSE OF JUSTICE 

VA RILES THE ISSUE IN ALCOHOLISM CASE 

GOVERNMENT SUES TO KEEP OVER $125,000 

LAUYEF;S, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO F'RIVATE DETECTIVES 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC DEFENDERS, IDRHAM 

SEE ALSO VOLUNTEER AHORNEY SERVICE TEAM (VAST) 

DURHAM LAUYER CENSLiRED BY BAR DISCIPLINARY PANEL 

JJSTICE UAS BLIND ONE MY ON HOLE NO. S 

COVINGTON, IDOL JOIN DURHAM LAU PRACTICE 

LAWYERS OFFER' FR'EE ADVICE 

LAUYER FR'OM DURHAM ARGUES IN HIGH COURT 

DURHW1, S.C. LAU FIRMS TO METOE 

'VaUNTEER' LAUYER DEFENDS HER' CLIENTS FOR PRICE OF A HUG 

people: DURHAM LAUYERS ELECTED OFFICERS OF TRIAL ACADEMY 

MAXUEU SELECTED TO LAWYERS' GROUP 

LAUYER NO SHOW IN COURT; RISKS CONTEMPT i>IARGE 

DURHAM LAUYER'S HEARING POSTPONED 

DIRHAM LAUYER HELD IN CONTEMPT OF COURT FOR FAILING TO 3H0U 



H 


2 


1/30/1987 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 


1/31/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/14/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


9 


3/10/1987 A 


6 T T C50 


H 


9 


4/C5/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


n 


4/05/1987 D 


4 


E 


H 


1 


4/30/1987 B 





N 


H 


o 


5/03/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/15/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 




6/12y-1987 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


6/19/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


-71 


6/19/1987 C 


1 F 


N 


H 


9 


6/26/1987 B 


■J 


N 


H 


n 


7/04/1987 C 


4 


N 


S 


■-) 


7/08/1987 A 


1 F 


N 


H 





7/16/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


7/19/1987 A 


24 


N 


H 


1^ 


7/22/1987 B 


n 


N 


S 


1 


7/24/1987 C 


n 


N 


H 


1 


7/25/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


7/31/1987 A 


7 


N 


H 


n 


3/14/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


■-) 


8/16/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


8/20/1987 D 


6 


H 


H 


n 


8/22/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


8/22/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


n 


3/23/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


n 


8/28/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


n 


9/06/1987 C 


14 F 


• N 


H 


n 


9/23/1937 B 


5 


N 


H 


n 


9/26/r?87 A 


1 


N L41 


H 


o 


10/11/1987 C 


9 P N 


S 


2 


11/13/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


9 


11/19/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 


11/20/1987 B 


11 


N 


H 


n 


11/25/1987 C 


5 


N M97 


H 


2 


11/25/1987 C 


12 


N 


S 


n 


11/28/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


9 


12/04/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


n 


12/09/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


12/13/1987 B 


14 


N 


S 




12/21/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 




12/23/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


-> 


12/24/1987 C 


7 


N 



d 



H 





4/04/1987 C 


16 N 


H 


n 


4/26/1987 C 


1 P U L57 


H 


1 


5/03/1987 C 


14 P N 


S 


1 


5/13/1987 A 


15 N 


S 


o 


5/23/1987 A 


1 P N E85 


H 


o 


7/09/1987 D 


6 N L41 


H 


2 


7/19/1987 A 


21 P N S82 


H 


n 


7/23/1987 C 


6 N 


S 


9 


3/27/1987 A 


17 N 


H 


2 


9/06/1987 C 


7 N 


H 


-) 


9/09/1987 B 


10 N 


H 


o 


9/30/1987 D 


6 N 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/198'i 



BY SUBJECTS 



S 

HE E 

P D — DATE — C 



DAUGHTERS HELPED DAD WIN SENATE SEAT 

LEGAL ASSISTANCE, VOLUNTEER LAWYERS HOST OPEN HOUSE 

DURHAM LAWYER HELRS MAN GET LIFE SENTENCE LIFTED FOR BREAK-IN 

DURHAM LAWYER VIEWS CHINESE LAWi FOR MOST OF THE ACCUSED, VERDICT IS IN 

DURHAM LAWYER TO APPEAL CONTEMPT CITATION FINE 

LAWYERS RESCUE DOWNTOWN BUILDING 

DOWNTOWN MAY BE REAL-ESTATE HOT SPOT 

LAWYER'S, DURHAM, UNETHICAL CONIiUCT 
SEE ALSO LEGAL ETHICS 
LOMAS REINSTATED TO BAR 

DURHAM LAWYER CENSURED BY BAR DISCIPLINARY PANEL 
COMPLAINTS NAME 3 LAWYERS 

AFfEALS COURT UPHOLDS SENTENCE OF EX-DURHAM LAWYER IN SLAYING 
LAWYER LOSES CONTEMF'T APf-EAL, IS FINEB $250 

LAWYERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ASSERTIVE LAW FOR NORTH CAROLINIANS (BOOK) 

SEE ALSO COU-RT-AP'POINTEIi LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DISTRICT ATTKaCYS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ^DGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ACADEMY OF TRIAL LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. SUPREME COURT 

SEE ALSO VOLUNTEER ATTORNEY SERVICE TEAM (VAST) 

LAWYER USES TV SHOW FOR DEFENSE 

CHAPEL HILL LAWYER FOUND DEAD 

A FRIEND OF THE COURT! EUGENE GRES3MAN WROTE THE BOOK ON ... 

LAWYER SAYS CASE CLOSED ON CAREER, JOINS ROCK TOUR 

OSBCRN FOUND SOLUTION TO MATH PROBLEM: LAW 

GtfflSTLY PRESDCE HAUNTS LAW OFFICE 

ACTOR/LAWYER/AUTHOR; IF HE'S NOT PREF'ARING A CASE OR WRITING A BOOK,... 

APPLICANTS PASSING NORTH CAROLINA BAR EXAM NAMED 

LAWYERS MEET FOR UPDATE ON STATUTE 

N.C. COURT SENDS LAWYERS PACK TO SCHOOL 

LAWYERS' COURSES GOOD IDEA FOR N.C. 

ROXBORO LAWYER' TO SEEK OTURT OF AF'PEALS SEAT 

RULING ON LAWYER'S RIGHT TO PICKET DRAWS F'RAISE 

PRE-PAID LEGAL SERVICES GAIN POPULARITY IN TRIANGLE AREA 

LAWYERS, N.C, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
SEE ALSO LEGAL ETHICS 
STATE BAR SAYS LAWYER DECEIVED PUBLIC CENSURE 
FORMER LAWYER ORDERHi TO JAIL 
FORMER LAWYER GETS FIVE-YEAR PRISON SD'JTENCE 
CHAPEL HILL AHORNEY FACES TAX CHAFBES 
N.C. STATE BAR COMMITTEE CENSUR'ES R'OXBORO LAWYER 
WAKE COUNTY LAWYER INDICTED 
STATE BAR EXAM DENIED TO fWRTIN AIDE 

LAWYERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO INDEF'EfJDEfTT COUNSEL 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO LEGAL ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO LEGAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO LEGAL SERVICES CORP. 

SEE ALSO SPECIAL PROSECUTORS 

SEE ALSO U.S. AnORNEYS 
NADER URGES STUDENTS TO MAKE A DIFFERE^JCE S 

PROPOSED TOBACCO AD BAN BREWS A STORM AT LAWYERS CONVENTION H 

LAWYERS SHOULDN'T GET PAIN, SUFFERING MONEY S 

LAWYERS SHOULD MOVE PAST AD DEBATE TO OTHER ISSUES, DUKE PROFESSOR SAYS H 
'lOWNTOWN' TRIANGLE WILL BE ON HIGHWAY— BUT WHICH ONE? H 

LAWYERS, U.S., UNETHICAL CONDUCT 

LAWYER SENTENCED FOR SELLING DR'UGS H 



10/04/1987 C 
10/-29/1987 B 
11/05/1987 A 
ll/0'9/1987 A 
12/22/1987 A 
12/28/1987 C 
12/29/1987 A 



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1 U L57 
4 N 
19 N 
1 P N S82 
6 N 
1 P N H70 
1 P N W82 



3/06/1987 C 
4/04/1987 C 
7/15/1987 C 
9/16/1987 C 
12/22/1987 C 



16 
1 
1 
1 



N 
N 

N B85 
N L40 
N 882 



S 


2 2/23/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 4/03/1987 C 


6 


N ElO 


H 


2 4/12/1987 D 


1 P F U80 


S 


2 7/06/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


3 3/14/1987 B 


1 F 


N U27 


S 


2 10/06/l'y37 B 


J 


N 


H 


2 10/07/1987 E 


1 F 


F C30 


S 


2 10/07/1987 C 


11 


N 


H 


2 10/31/1937 B 


16 


N R80 


H 


2 12.'07/i987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 12/12/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


1 12/18/1987 B 


1 F 


N H^O 


H 


2 12/18/1987 C 


7 


N 


S 


2 12/29/1987 A 


1 


N B35 


H 


1 1/08/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 1/31/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 2y06/1937 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 3/12/1987 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 3/26/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 12/15/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


1 12/24/1987 B 


2 


N 



2/06/1937 C 


1 P N B85 


2/15/1987 A 


1 


N 


2/20/1987 A 


4 


c 


9/05/1987 B 


4 


N D80 


10/11/1987 D 


10 


U L41 



5/28/1987 A 16 N S82 



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1/01/1937 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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LAUYER3 TITLE INSURANCE CO. 

mum OFFICES open 

LAZER TAG 

SEE ALSO LASERS 
SEE ALSO TOY GUNS 
rCATH OF TED^-AGER JUST TI^'AGIC ACCIICNT 

L£ JARDIN DE MCNET 

HAMILTON'S 'LE JARDIN DE MONET' PREMIERES TONIGHT 

LEAD 

SEE ALSO INTERfWTIOfWL LEAD Zim RESEAR-CH CRGA^nZATION, INC. 
LEAD IN SOIL PROMPTS TESTS IN FAYETTEVILLE 
PAINTING CAN RESIJiE 

LEAD POISONING 

SEE ALSO ajKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, POISON CDNTRO. CENTER 

SEE ALSO FOOD POISONING 

SEE ALSO POISONINGS, N.C. 
SCIENTISTS GATPER' TO STUDY REMO'.'AL OF LEAD FROM SOIL 
SCIENTISTS SEEM TO AGREE ON LEAD, BLOOD PRESSURE 
UNO RESEAR'CHER QUITS U.S. JOB IN PROTEST OF LEAD REF13RT 
CONGRESS TO GET FULL REF'ORT ON RISKS OF LEAD POISONING... 
SCIDfflSTS SAY LOU LEAD LEVELS AFFECT ME/JTAL DEVaOF'MENT 
SAFETY OF TAP IWTER QUESTIOf€D 

THE LEADER (NEWSF'APER) 

STEVE ADAMS NAMEIi EDITOR OF 'THE LEAt£R' 
RTF ROTARY CLUB ACCEPTS 1ST WOMAN ■ 
ROTARY REVOLUTION 

THE LEADERS (MUSIC GROUP) 

FOR AN ALBUM, MUSICAL LEAICRS TURN INTO A BANIi 

LEAItRSHIP 

SEE ALSO BENJAMIN N. DUKE LEADERSHIP AWARDS 
SEE ALSO CEO LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE 
SEE ALSO N.C. LEADER'SHIP FORUM 

NEW LEADERSHIP NEEDED 

LEADERSHIP SEMINAR PLANNED FOR YOUTH, WOMEN IN CHATHAM 

DUKE TO IPvCLOP LEAIER'SHIP PROGRAM UITH $2f4 0<X) GRANT 

LEADERSHIP SEMINAR FOCUSES ON MIfJCRITIES 

POLICE DEPARTMENT PROBLEMS 'MOSTLY ADMINISTRATIVE' 

IS PCIICE CHIEF'S RATING BASED ON REAL ISSUES'? 

NATIONAL COL'NCIL OF NEGRO yOCEN SEEKS PROGRAM NOMINEES 

PIEDMONT PHI BETA LAMBDA UINS FIVE ^^TIONAL AWARDS 

CITY NEEDS LEADER-SHIP VITALITY 

DUKE'S CEO LEADER-SHIP INSTITUTE WILL SHARPEN SKILLS OF STOCK EXECS 

GROWTH A^JD LEADERSHIP 

WORLD CLASS REGION GOAL OF CONFERENCE FOR AREA LEADER'S 

LEADERSHIP EDUCATION AtJD DE'v'att'^MENT PROGRAM IN BUSINESS INC. 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUGUA SCHCOL OF BUSI^€SS 
SEE ALSO MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 
HAYTI GETS GRANT FOR LOW-INCOME HOUSING 



TfE LEADS aUB 

THESE WOMEN MEAN BUSINESS: 

LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS 
ENVIRONMENTAL GRAICS BAD ON 



.EADS CLUB HELPS FILL NET^JORKING GAP 



N.C. LAWMAKERS 



LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO 
TaT, ILLUSTRATIONS PRAISED 
LEAGIE PUBLISHES '87 CITI2B')'S GUIDE 
FORUM SET FOR SCHOOL BOAR'D CANDIDATES 
FEW TURN OUT TO HEAR VIEWS ON SCHOOL ISSUES 
HOST CANDIDATES SAY THEY"VE HAD f-C CONTRIBUTIONS ROM DEVELOPERS 



S 2 2/07/19-87 A 8 N U82 

S 2 4/15/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 4/05/1987 C 12 P N 'J66 



H 2 1/22/1987 C 6 N 
H 2 10/14/1987 B 5 N 



H 2 4/07/1987 B 7 N M97 

H 2 4/30/1987 A li N M97 

H 2 6/17/1987 C 14 N C60 

H 2 8/13/1987 A 13 N C60 

H 2 10/02/1987 C 1 N M97 

H 2 12/11/1987 C 5 N rt97 



H 2 4/18/1987 A 9 P N 

S 2 7/06/1987 A 1 P N U82 

S 2 7/07/1987 B 1 P P S76 

H 2 2/13/1987 D 6 P R S66 



H 


2 1/20/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 3/13/1987 S 


1 


N 


H 


2 4/24/ 1?37 A 


13 


N 


S 


2 6/02/1987 S 


1 


N 


H 


2 6/04/1987 A 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 6/08/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 6/17/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 7/24/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 8/25/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 10/02/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 10/06/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/30/1987 B 


7 


N M97 



S 2 3/01/1987 A 3 N 
H 2 4/24/1987 B 2 P F Zll 



H 



3/22/1987 C 



N 



H 2 2/13/1987 A 

H 3 3/14/1987 C 

H 3 10/09/1987 C 

H 3 10/15/1987 B 1 P N y27 

H 3 10/22/1987 B 1 N £81 



L 

N 080 
N 



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12/31/1937 



SUB 



LEAGUE TO HOLB ELECTION FORUM 

CANDIDATES' VIEWS DIFFER' ON NEED FOR ETHICS COI£ 

REP. PRICE TO SPEAK ABOUT WELFARE SYSTEM 

LEAaiE OF WOMEN VOTER'S, lURHAM 

FORUM ON PARKS PLANNING SCHEDULED 

FORUM TO EXAMINE PLANS FOR PARKS AND GREENWAYS 

FOR'UM TO DISCUSS PLAfC FOR PARK LANDS 

$16 MILLION NEEDED IN CITY PARK LAND BY 2015-OFFICIAL 

UISEHSR-OUTH MEETING SEEKS TO MEND FENCES 

DURHAM R-ESIDENTS CAN HAVE BREAKFAST WITH N.C. LAWMAKERS 

ASSEMBLY TO STUDY LOCAL-TAXIf^ BILLS 

LEGISLATURE NOT EXF'ECTED TO PASS LAW ON BARGAINING 

DURHAM RESireNTS CAN MEET LEGISLATORS 

MAYOR URGES CHANGE IN RETIREMENT LAW 

PANEL DISCUSSION SET ON WOMEN AND CONSTITUTION 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, N.C. 

TRIANGLE MAY HOST PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, U.S. 
LET P«?TIES HANDLE DEBATES 
LEAGUE SPONSORING DEBATES 

LEAKY CREEK KIYS 

TWmS TO THESE FtOPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO (CO^fTIf«JEIl) 

LEARNING DISABILITIES 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDREN i ADULTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES, 

SEE ALSO ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, LEARNING 

SEE ALSO DEVaOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 

SEE ALSO DYSLEXIA 

SEE ALSO SPECIAL EDUCATION 

CENTER'S MAIN PRODUCTS ARE SIMPLE SKILLS, HOPE 

PROGRAMS FOR DISABLED STUDENTS TOPIC 

A LEARNING DISABILITY MASKED STUICNT'S INTELLIGD^CE 

CHILDREN'S SERVICES CRITICIZED AS LAGGING 

PROJECT TO STUDY LEARNING-DISABLED PLAN 

UNC, WAKE SCHOOLS TO TAKE PART IN LEAR'NING-DISABILITIES PROGRAM 

•INVISIBLE HANDICAP' WITHIN SCOP'E OF DURHAM GROUP 

DU<E prof: DROP-OUT SIGNS APPEAR EARLY 

"LEARNING INFORMATION FOR TODAY- 
SEE PROJECT LIFT 

LEARNING RESOURCE NETWORK 

ROBERT L. CHAPMAN IS NAMED SMALL BUSINESSMAN OF YEAR 

LEARY'S BAIL BONDS 
SEE ALSO BAIL BOfffiS 
BONDSMAN HARVEY L. LEARY SR., 60 
NEW BAIL BOND FIRM OPENS 

LEASH LAWS 

SEE DOG CONTROL 

LEATHER 

SEE ALSO SHOES 
LEATHER, SUQiE IN STYLE THIS FALL 

LEAVES 

SEE ALSO COMPOST 
A LEAF AROAT 
TIDYING UP 
BLOWING UP A STORM 

ROAN MOUNTAIN AMONG TOP TEN.N. FOLIAGE SPOTS 

LOOKING FOR lEmtS; FALL'S COLORS ARE OUT— t€RE'S WHERE TO FIND THEM 
THIS WEEK'S LEAF REPORT 



J E C 


T S 






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H 
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3 10/27/1987 C 
3 10/29/1987 B 
2 12/05/1987 B 


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1 
4 


N 1380 
N K65 
N 


H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
3 
H 
S 
S 
H 


2 
2 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1/21/1987 B 
1/27/1987 C 
1/27/1987 C 
1/29/1987 C 
2/24/1987 A 
3/27/1987 C 
4/06/1987 A 
4/07/1987 B 
5/02/1987 B 
6/01/1987 C 
8/25/1987 B 


9 

5 
1 
9 
4 

T 

1 

7 

1 
9 


N 

N R80 
N M06 
N N36 
E 
N 

N M06 
N 046 
N 

N ;i06 
N 


S 


1 


10/26/1987 A 


1 


N M06 


H 
H 


9 

2 


2/22/1987 D 
7/24/1987 A 


4 
4 


E 
L 


S 


9 


6/30/1987 n 


11 


P F 


DURHAM CHPT. 







S 


2 1/26/1987 A 


6 P N 


C 


2 4/23/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


2 6/20/1987 C 


1 N J40 


S 


2 8/17/1987 A 


1 P Q 392 


s 


2 8/20/1987 A 


1 Q 392 


H 


2 10/20/1987 C 


9 N uao 


H 


2 10/25/1987 C 


6 N A80 


S 


2 11/12/1987 C 


1 N 



H 2 5/10/1987 C 



H 2 6/06/1987 B 8 
H 2 12/17/1987 C 11 



2 11/04/1987 B 1 P F G59 



1/17/1987 C 
2/07/1987 A 
2/27/1987 B 
9/27/1987 D 
10/09/1987 D 
10/16/1937 D 



P 
P 
P 
N 

5 P F C19 
N 



T37 
L38 
T37 



7 



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INDEX BY 
12/:31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



CHAPa HILL TO BEGIM LEAF PICKUP 

fmum LEAP WATCHER'S SNARL HOINTAIN TRAFFIC 

MOUNTAINS STILL LOOK BR'IGHT 

LEAF-LOOKERS WILL CRCUB fi.C. MOUNTAINS 

ALONE UNDER AUTUMN ARCHES 

LEAVES CREATING CLUTTER OF PEOPLE IN MOWffAINS 

FALL DUST BCUL? 

TfE OLD IJViHAFPIES— N.C.'S OTHER flOUfJTAINS 

THIS liEEK'S LEAF REF13RT 

(\Unm LEAVES, SaiETHIf^ TO BE DESIRED 

TmT TI.-C OF YEAR 

BABY, THE LEAVES MUST FALL 

NEVER-SAY-DIE COLORS, AUTUMN'S BRIGHTEST STARS HAVE FALLEN.. 

mmm CITY officials: don't rake leaves into the street 

HELF-ING PAWS? 

CITY OFFERS TIPS ON LEAF COLLECTION 

CARRBORO INCREASES LEAF LOADING 

LAST LEAVES OF AUTUTiN 

A 'TREE CITY'S' FALLING LEAVES TO GIVE GARDENS SP-RING FEED 

CHAPEL Hia, CARRBCRt] PICKING UP LEAVES 

TENIiING THE GROUNIiS 

LEAVING LOCH HC'RNE (BOOK) 

MAINE PAPER-MILL IDM SEHING FOR NEUEST ALG0N8UIN NOVELIST 

LEBANON 

SEE ALSO HOSTAC-ES, LEBANON 
SYRIA GUARDING THE BEACH (CARTOON^ 
WAS POLITICS THE CAUSE OF 37 NAVY DEATHS'' 
REMEMBER■I^W BEIRUT 

LEBANON, WKTAGES 

SEE HOSTAGES, LEBANON 

LEBANON VOLUNTEER FIRE DEFT. 

SEE ALSO FIRE DEPTS., H.C., VOLUNTEER 
RANCH BUR'NS 
CHILI«EN, BABYSinER THIhiK QUICK IN HOUSE FIRE 

LEDERLE LABCR'ATORIES 

DURHAM STILL ON LEDERIE LABS' LIST 

N.J. LAB TO CUT PRICE OF VACCINE FOR N.C. CHILIKEN 

LAW SPUTO CUTS IN COST OF VACCIf€ 

COMF'ANY CUTS P-RICE FOR DTF' VACCINE 

LEE COMPANY 

JEAN TRENDS SW3U DENIM'S FOP'JLARITY HASN'T FADED 

LEE COUNH, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CASWELL/CHATHAM/LEE/PER'SON DISTRICT HEALTH DEPT. 
TOP WASTE PRODUCER'S OFF INCINERATOR SITE LIST 

LEE COUNTY, N.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVaOF'MENT 

LEE COUNTY TO GET POULTRY PROCESSING PLANT 

LEE COUNTY, N.C, WATER AND SEWER LINES 

SEE ALSO SANFORD. N.C. WATER TREATMENT PLANTS 
CHATHAM ADVISED TO BUY WATER PLANT WIT;4 LEASE 

LEE CCUNH MANAGER 

JIM MILLS IS NAMEIi LEE MANAGER 

LEE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE 

CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION TO aJE FOR DEF'UTIES' REINSTATEMENT 

T>E LEE GIRLS (BOOK) 

LETTERS FROM DAUfHTLRS REVEAL HOME LIFE OF CONFEDERATE HERO 

LEE-MOORE OIL CO. 

COJNTY SCHOOL BOARD REJECTS LAND BID 



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10/17/1987 C 
10/19/1937 B 
10/23/1987 D 
10/24/19! 
10/-25/1987 
10/25/1987 
10/26/1987 
11/06/1987 
11/06/1937 
11/09/1937 
11/09/1987 
11/15/1987 D 
11/15/1987 E 
11/18/1987 C 
11/20/1987 C 
11/23/1987 B 
11/24/1987 A 
11/25/1987 B 
11/27/1987 B 
11/29/1987 B 
12/30/1987 B 



16 

2 

9 

1 

1 P 
10 

1 P 
10 P 
10 

7 P 

1 P 

1 P 
14 

1 

1 P 



h 
N 
U 
P 
F 
U 
N 
P 
H 

6 H 

1 P P 

1 P N 

N 

P P 



8 



080 



L38 

L33 
W66 

G78 
M66 
U62 



M66 

080 
T37 
K65 
080 
L38 



8/23/1937 E 3 P R H45 



H 2 3/02/1987 A 4 T T R56 
S 2 5/20/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 10/24/1987 A 11 P P 



S 2 1/26/1987 C 1 P P M66 
H 2 2/21/1987 B 1 P N A54 



H 2 3/28/1987 BUN 

H 2 5/17/1987 C 5 N 

H 2 5/20/1987 A 10 N 

H 2 7/02/1987 A 14 N 



H 2 2/'23/1987 A 6 P F H45 

S 2 7/31/1987 A 4 E 

H 1 4/23/1987 B 6 N 

H 3 11/14/1987 C 1 N K65 

H 1 1/17/1987 C 1 H 

H 2 2/11/1987 C 2 N 

H 2 12/27/1987 E 3 P R H45 

S 2 5/05/1987 C 1 N S92 



I 



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



SUBJECTS 



CCSMY SCHOa BOARD OKS PERSONNEL SHIRS 

LEES-MCRAE COUEGE 

SHARPE'S TIP SAWES LOUISBURG 

LEEVEE RIDES (MORRISVILLE, N.C.) 
2 USED-CAR DEALERS ARE ROBBED 

LEFT-HANDEDNESS 

WOMEN FENCERS TAKE STAB AT EARNING A BIG-TIiC t«ME 

LER TUR-NS 

MYSTERY CANDIDATE TAKES TO AIRWAVES 

LEGAL ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO LAWYER-S, U.S. 

FIVE BILLS FOR CITY APPROVED 

LAWYER'S SHOULD MOVE PAST AD I£BATE TO OTHER ISSUES, DUKE PR'OFESSOR SAYS 

LEGAL ASSISTANCE FOR MOTHERS IN PRISON (LAW) 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, CRIMIfWLS 
PROGRAM TO AID WOMEN CONVICTS AND THEIR CHIUiREN 

LEGAL WINKING AGE 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, SALES 

SEE ALSO LIQUOR-BY-THE-DRINK, N.C. 

BAR OWNERS SAY AGE LAW CUTS SALES 

DEFENDANT ACQUITTHi OF SELLING BEER: (OR SOMETHING) TO MINOR 

AF'ATHY IS DESHEARTENING 

SELF-FULFILLING FIWF-HESY 

PEOPLE, NOT LAWS, SAVE LIVES 

UNDERAGE DRINKEF:S A PROBLEM WITH FAKE IDS 

UNDERCOVER OPERATION FINHS STORES SELLING BEER TO MIWRS 

ABC OFFICER'S CRACKING DOWN ON ALCOHa AT FOOTBALL GAMES 

23 STORE CLERKS CHARGED IN ALAMANCE PROBE 

DUKE ASKS FOR HELP TO ENFORCE ALCOHOL LAW 

MANF'OWER SHORTAGE SHACKLES BOOZE PROBES 

ALAMANCE TO BEGIN CONDEMNATION OF 202 ACR'ES FOR POSSIBLE LANDFILL 

LEGAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. LAW SCHOa 

SEE ALSO EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTR'AL UNIV. SCHOOL OF LAW 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HIU SCHOOL OF LAW 

UNO FI^OFt LAW SCHOOLS TOO RIGID? 

FOR THIS WHIRLWIND, IT'S A MAHER OF DEGREES 

LAWYERS MEET FOR UPDATE ON STATUTE 

N.C. COURT SENDS LAWYERS BACK TO SCHOOL 

LAWYERS' COURSES GOOD IDEA FDR N.C. 

LEGAL ETHICS 

SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
SEE ALSO LAWYER'S, DURHAM, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
CRUM'S LAWYER D'EFENDS ROLE IN SETTLEMENT 

LEGAL FEES 

LAWY'ERS SHOULDiN'T GET PAIN, SUFFERING MOf£Y 

DURHAM AnaRNEY BEATS IRS IN COURT 

LAWYER SUES PUBLISHER 

PRE-PAID LEGAL SERVICES GAIN POPULARITY IN TRIANGLE AREA 



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2 6/13/1987 C 1 N S92 

2 12/06/1987 C 3 N 

2 5/11/1987 C 1 N 

2 7/24/1987 C 3 P N W27 

2 7/23/1987 C 8 N 



2 S/08/1987 C 3 N R53 
2 9/05/1987 B 4 N DSO 



S 2 11/24/1987 B 1 P N 



s 


1 1/02/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 1/22/1987 B 


3 


N S82 


H 


2 2/24/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 3/25/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 4/03/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 8/23/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 10/20/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 10/29/1987 B 




N M51 


H 


2 11/07/1987 C 




N 


s 


2 11/09/1987 A 




N W82 


S 


2 11/10/1987 A 




E 


H 


1 11/18/1987 C 




N T35 



S 


2 4/18/1987 A 


1 P N B85 


H 


2 7/16/1987 B 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 10/31/1987 B 


16 N R80 


H 


2 12/07/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 12/12/1987 A 


4 E 



2 12/03/1937 A 1 H C36 



2/20/1987 A 4 E 

6/02/1987 A 1 P N W82 

12/13/1987 B 14 N 

12/29/1987 A 1 N B85 



LEGAL INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO N.C 



PREPAID LEGAL SERVICES CORP. 



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1/01/1987 



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12/31/1987 



U B 



P!^-PAID LEGAL SERVICES GAIN POPULARITY IN TRIANGLE AREA 

LEGAL SERVICES CORP. 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, U.S. 
MIGRANT WORKERS' LEGAL AID STIRS U.S., STATE FUSS 

LEGAL SERVICES OF N.C., INC. 

LEGISLATION TO REGULATE RENT-TO-OUN FIRMS PUSf€D 



LEGION RUAD (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

CHAPEL HILL FliTS HOMES 'ON SAL£' 



F(K SOME 



LEGIONNAIRES DISEASE 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
ENGItCERlNG SKILLS PAYING OFF 

LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMITTEES 

SEE N.C. (SNERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMISSION 

LEGISLATIVE VCTO 
SEE VETO POWER 

LEISURE 

poll: LEISIM TIf€ DWIfJBLING 

LEITH KAWASAKI (RALEIC'H, N.C.) 

TWEE TEDJS CHARGED AFTER CHASES 

LEMANS, FRANCE 
SEE ALSO FRANCE 
NASCAR PRECALITIONS PASSED TEST ON SUNDAY 

LEMONADE 

BOARD MEETING? 

LEMURS 

MALAGASY REPUBLIC OFFICIALS TO GET LOOK AT DUKE LEMUR'S 
MADAGASCAR PRESERVE FOR LEMUR'S GOAL OF DUKE TEACHER-RESEARCHER 

LENOIR COUNTY HEALT>^ lEPT. 

LENOIR COUNTY NURSES CALL IN SICK 

LENOIR COLWTY JAIL 

JAILER STABBED; PRISONER ^OT 

LENOIR RHYNE COaEGE 

ROUSOM'S 39 LIFT UNCW PAST PIRATES 

BUSH FLEDGES LOYALTY TO REAGAN 

LENCIR-RHY>€, 31-7 

LENOIR-RHYNE 31, WINGATE 14 

COLLEGE FOOTE'Aa; SIDELINES... 

COUNCIL OF CHU-RCHES OFFICIAL BLASTS TV EiviANGELISTS 

APPALACHIAN TRIPS MARSHALL, aI^^CHES SOUTHERN CROWN 

L-RHYNE 35, CATAWBA 18 

PSU 61, L-FHYNE 59 

PEMBROKE ST. 61, LENOIOR-RMYNE 59 

LENOIR RHYNE COLLEGE, STUI£NTS 

people: UNC professor gives talk on the HOLOCAUST 

L£NOX BAKER CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 
DINLNG IN 
DINING IN 
NEW kHEELS 

BAKER HOSPITAL MAY TRANSFER TO DUKE 
PlJ^HERH: state cares about HOSPITAL STAFF 

DUKE MAY REPLACE STATE AT HELM GF LENOX BAKIR CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 
MR. RAINBOW AND HIS BALLOONS 

BAKER HOSPITAL TRANSFER MAY BE^JEFIT CHILDREN, TAXPAYERS 
PACE AT CHILDR£N'S HOSPITAL PART OF REHABILITATION PRXE3S 



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1 


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H 


2 3/25/1987 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 5/28/1987 A 


J 


J R53 


H 


2 8/15/1987 B 


3 


N 080 


H 


2 5/09/1987 C 


1 


P N S80 



H 2 9/06/1987 E 11 N 
H 1 10/27/1987 C 1 N 

S 2 5/07/1987 A 'i E 



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2 3/24/1987 C 


1 


P P RO 


H 
H 


2 5/15/19S7 A 
2 11/15/1987 B 


11 

1 


N 
P N D80 


H 


2 8/06/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 5/15/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 


2 1/18/1987 B 
2 3/24/1987 C 
2 9/13/1987 B 
2 10/25/1967 B 
2 10/27/1987 D 
2 11/04/1987 B 
2 11/08/1987 C 
2 11/22/1987 C 
2 12/06/1937 C 
2 12/07/1987 D 


J 

7 
4 
3 
6 
3 

-J 

3 
12 


N 
P H 
H 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


H 


2 6/18/1937 B 


10 


N 


S 
S 
S 
3 
S 
H 
H 
3 
3 


2 3/25/1987 C 
2 3/25/1987 C 
2 4/10/1987 C 
2 5/21/1987 A 
2 5/21/1937 A 
2 5/22/1987 A 
2 5/22/1937 C 
2 5/22/1987 A 
2 5/28/1987 A 


10 P P 376 
10 P P S76 

3 P P K^O 
1 P N M06 
1 P N BS5 
1 N A54 
9 P P KIO 
1 N M06 

4 L 



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S U B J E 



PATIENT, EMFIOYEE CONCER'NS IN MILLER BILL 

SENATE CURBS BILL TO LET FflLICE OFFICEFiS CROSS HEDIANS 

MILLER FILES BILLS ON BAKER SWITCH 

STATE EMPLOYEES GROUF' TO FIGHT BILL TO TRANSFER LEhWX BAKER 

HOSPITAL STAFF DiyilO 

KJKE, STATE TO DISCLSS HOSPITAL TRANSFER 

STATE ia.AYS (CETING ON HOSPITAL TRANSFER 

MUSIC'S MAGIC TOUCHES a'ERYBQDY 

LENOX BAKER HOSPITAL TRANSFER PLAN TIMELY 

HOSPITAL TRANSFER A CONCERN 

BAKER HOSPITAL CHANGE UNHECIDED 

survey: baker staff mixed on job FUTURE 

STATE LEADERS SENSITIVE TO HOSPITAL'S fCEDS 

TRANSFER OF LB^OX BAKER HOSPITAL TO DLKE APPROVED BY SEfWTE, 36-1 

HOUSE OKS BAKER MOVE: t£CISION BACK TO DUKE 

TRANSFER OF LDCX BAKER HOSPITAL TO DUKE APF1<0VED 

DUKE SHOULD ACCEPT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

TRANSFER OF LENOX BAKER HOSPITAL UF-SETTIN6 

DUKE DECISION Of'* HOSPITAL DUE SEPT. 25 

MILLER LEAVES MARK ON 1987 LEGISLATURE 

PROJECT SUNSHINE BRIGHTENS LIVES 

DIM TO VOTE ON HOSPITAL TRANSFER 

WK£ TRUSTEES OK $6.5 MILLION DORM 

FESTIVAL GOES TO CHILDREN 

DUKE DECIDES TODAY ON HOSPITAL WORKERS 

FEU BAKER EMFIOYEES TO GO 

JOBS OFFERED TO LENOX BAKER EMPLOYEES 

BAKER HOSPITAL IN THE SUING 

DOa HAPF'Y 

UtJION OF 2 HOSPITALS CELEBRATED 

CHILDRDJ'S HOSPITAL TO BENEFIT FROM DUKE-CAROLINA FOOTBALL 

FAMILY fCEDS HELP 

LENTEN UIT^ESSES FOR JUSTICE AND FtACE 
SEE ALSO PEACE 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 
COMMIWISTS INFILTRATIt^ RELIGIOUS GR'OUPS 

LEON BLUM: HUMANIST IN POLITICS (BOOK) 

DIKE PRESS REPRINTS BOOK ON FRENCH PREMIER 

LEONARD PART VI (FILM) 

'L£ONAF:D' mystery; WHY? 

LEOPARDS 

LETHARGIC LEOPAFiD 

LES arts FLORISSAf^TS 

FRENCH ENSEMBLE TO FtRFORM NOV. 20 
FRENCH REVIVAL AT DUKE CHAPEL TONIGHT 
THE SOUND OF THE FRBCH 

LES PETITS CHANTEURS DE BOUAI (BOYS CHOIR) 
SEE ALSO CHOIRS 
SEE ALSO RANGE 

BOYS CHOIR FROM FRANCE PEFfOFMS AT DUKI SUNDAY 

$* FREE OF CHARGE $» 

DESF'ITE HAVING FILL OF HOT DOGS, FRENCH BOYS CHOIR IS A HIT 

CHOIR BROUGHT MUSIC, GOOD WILL 

LESBIANS 

SEE ALSO HOMOSEXUALS 

SEE ALSO N.C. LESBIAN AND GAY HEALTH PROJECT 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE LESBIAN AND GAY ALLIANCE 

STOP' F'REACHING MORALITY 

COMMITTEE UAUS A TIGHTROPE 

UHY RAIL IN BOREDOM? 



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6/04/1987 C 


18 


N 


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2 


6/04/1987 C 




N 


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6/05/1987 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 


6/05/1987 A 




N M06 


s 


2 


6/06/1987 A 




N M06 


s 


2 


6/08/1987 A 




N M06 


s 


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6/10/1987 B 


1 F 


F S27 


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6/11/1987 A 




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6/16/1987 A 




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6/16/19S7 A 


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N ,106 


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7/01/1987 A 




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N 046 


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2 


8/14/1987 A 




N S92 


H 


2 


8/15/1987 C 




N R'SS 


S 


2 


8/15/1987 A 




E 


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2 


8/18/1937 A 




L 


S 


2 


8/21/1987 A 




N M06 


3 


2 


8/21/1987 A 




E 


S 


9 


8/25/1987 B 


1 F 


F G59 


S 


2 


9/26/1987 A 




N S-92 


H 




9/27/1987 A 




N ^J36 


H 


9 


9/28/1987 A 




L 


S 


9 


9/28/1987 A 




N S92 


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9/29/1987 A 




N S92 


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2 


9/30/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


10/25/1987 C 


6 F 


P L38 


S 


2 


10/29/1987 A 


2 P P L38 


H 


2 


11/03/1987 B 


2 P U H45 


H 


2 


11/18/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


12/01/1987 A 


4 


L 



H 2 4/27/1987 A 4 L 

H 2 6/10/1987 B 2 N 

H 2 12/25/1987 D 10 P R S66 

H 2 12/30/1987 B 1 P P 



H 2 11/04/1987 C 2 N 
H 2 11/20/1987 D 5 P N 
H 2 11/27/1987 D 5 P R L59 



H 2 7/15/1987 B 8 P N U66 

S 2 7/16/1987 D 12 P I 

H 2 7/21/1987 B 1 U H45 

H 2 7/27/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 2/13/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 3/17/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 9/21/1987 A 4 L 



LETTER CARRIERS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ASSOCIATIOf>( OF LETTER CARRIERS 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ 



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1/01/1937 



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SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 
POSTMAN NOT U^UGHING AT CIGAR 
SCORfCD HERO 



^■RANK 



LETTER URIITING 
SEE ALSO WRITING 
VALENTIf€ DOESN'T ANSUER LETTER 
NETWORK OFFERL'« COilPUTERIZEIi N.C. CONTRACT DATA 
SENATOR SAYS LETTER' SDfT BY DUKE POWER rilSLEADING 
LONG-LOST LETTERS DELIVEREIi TO 83 OF 92 FORMER SOLDIERS 
nUR-HAM TEEN WRITES GORBACHEV; PRAVDA F'RINTS IT 
FOURTH-GRADERS SEEK BOON FROM SCHOOL BOARD 
'DEAR SANTA,' LETTERS VICTIM OF TOYS AVAU^NCHE 

LEHERS 

SEE LETTER WRITING 

LETTERS TO Tl£ EDITOR (INHEXEIi BY TOPIC) 

SEE DURHAM MORNING HEF:ALD, LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 
SEE DURHAM SUN, LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 

LEUKEMIA 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSO HUMAN T-CaL LEUKEMIA-LYMPHOMA VIRUS 

$137,905 GRANT TO FIGHT LEUKEMIA 

LWJCf€ON SET FOR TOMORROW 

SHY 4-YEAR-OLD LEUKEMIA VICTIM EXCITED BY TRIP TO DISNEY WORLD 

*6,800 RAISED FOR LEUKEMIA SOCIETY 

LEUKEMIA FUNDS RAISEIi 

PJNDS RAISEII FOR LFOKEMIA PROGRAMS 

BIKE-A-THON WILL BE HELD MAY 30 

FOR A GOOD CAUSE 

YOU CAN RUN, BUT... 

MURPHY'S DESIRE TO PLAY AID IN BAHLE WITH DISEASE 

MARYLAND'S ANDER'SON BECOMES A HERO 

•FGiFECT' DONOR FOUXD FOR CHILD 

N.C. BOY WITH LEUK^EMIA TO GET WISH COME TRUE 

SNOW ALMOST BLOCKED BONE MARROW FLIGHT 

LEVERAC^ BUYOUTS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO INVESTMENTS 

SEE ALSO MERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

SEE ALSO STOCK MARKET 
BURLINGTON INIiUSTRIES OKS LEVERAGED BUYOUT 
BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES OPTS FOR LEVERAGED BUYOUT 

LEXINGTON, KENTUaY 
SEE ALSO KENTUCKY 
DURHAM LEADERS OFF TO KENTUCKY 
DURHAM VISITOR'S HEAR LEXINGTON STORY 
STUDY OF DURHAM REBIRTri AIM OF TOUR 
KENTUCKY TOWN GOT THE URGE TO MERGE 
THEATER MAY DEPEND ON SUBSIDIES 
DURHAM group; TIME NOT RIGHT FOR MERGER 
MERGER REMARKS DISCLAIMED 
SOMEONE ELSE MADE REMARKS CREDITED TO COMMISSIONER 

LEXINGTON, N.C. 

TORCH CAPTIVATES PATIEhfT SPECTATORS 

CRUISING 3UPFCRTER ^ANTS TO SAVE SMALL-TOWN RITUAL 

CRUISING SUPPORTER' WANTS TO CLEAN Uf , SAVE SMALL-TOWN RITUAL 

PR'OBLEM OF 'CRUISER'S' 'SOLVED IN ALA. TOWN 

SEVER'AL N.C. CITIES TRY TO STOP CRUISING TREND 

CRUISING GR'OUP DISAVOWS KLAN ROLE IN ACTIVITIES 

LEXINGTON SETS RULES TO CONTR-OL CRUISING 

FBI IN PROBE OF LEXINGTON CHEMICALS 

21 TREATED AFTER PLANT EXFIODES 

VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL BELAYED 

MOTORISTS NEAR LEXINGTON MISS SEEING 'THE BIG MAN' 



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9/29/1987 A 

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12/22/1987 C 

12/26/1987 C 



4 L 
6 P U L41 
10 N 
8 N 
1 P N J40 
1 N J40 
1 N 



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3 1/25/1987 B 


1 


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2 3/23/1987 A 


3 


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2 3/27/1987 C 


1 


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2 3/31/1987 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 3/31/1987 A 


3 


N 


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2 4/04/1987 A 


9 


N 


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1 5/22/1987 B 


1 


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3 5/2-8/1987 B 


1 


P P T37 


S 


2 7/10/1987 A 


4 


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2 9/27/1987 B 


1 


P N D85 


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2 10/31/1987 B 


1 


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1 11/24/1987 C 


1 


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2 12/03/1987 C 


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2 12/16/1987 B 


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5/21/1987 A 


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5/22/1987 A 


1 


N 


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2 


4/15/1987 B 


5 


N 


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2 


4/16/1987 B 


1 


N A54 


S 


9 


4/16/1937 A 


1 


N U82 


H 


7 


4/17/1987 B 


1 


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4/17/1987 A 


1 


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4/17/1987 A 


1 


N U82 


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4/20/1987 A 


1 


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4/20/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


3 


7/15/1987 C 


1 


M N B67 


S 


9 


7/18/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


n 


7/20/1987 C 


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8/04/ 1937 A 


4 


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8/04/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


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3/09/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


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3/12/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


9 


8/21/1987 B 


5 


N 


S 


9 


8/21/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


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12/17/1987 D 


9 


N 


H 


9 


12/'29/1987 C 


10 


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LEXINGTON FURNITURE INDUSTRIES 

MASCO CONTINUES N.C. BUY^JG SPREE 
LEXINGTON FURNITURE COMPANIES' SALE OK'D 

LIABILITY INSLIRANCE 

SEE ALSO AUTO LIABILITY INSIKANCE 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO LAWSUIT DAMAGE AUARDS 

ASSEMBLY HOTLY DiyilCD ON TORT REFORM 

FLORIDA LEGISLATOR SAYS TORT RtFORM DOES LIHLE TO CUT INSURANCE COSTS 

LAWYER RAF'S PUNITIVE DAMAGES AUARDS 

long: INSURANCE AVAILABILITY NO LOf«ER A PROBLEM 

pajcl backs $250,000 limit in some suits 

malf'ractice panel rejects changes sought by doctors 

study panel revives push for tort reform 

whatever hapfbied to the liability insurance crisis? 

prof'osal could help n.c. hikers 

tort refortts losing appeal and backers 

n.c. tort reform loses momentum 

liability insurance cost causes granville to dr-qp requirement . . . 

ba9<etball score used in debate on comf'arative fault insurance 

granville board recognizes ber'ea fire def'articnt 

house oks criteria for radioactive waste site 

low funds muddy aearwater lake 

house goes slow on comparative fault bill for injuries 

senate oks changes in vaccine law 

committee backs wiretaps in drug investigations 

house votes to ban death penalty for people under 17 

senate votes to let local law officers cross mediafjs 

house soundly rejects comparati',je fault bill 

high insuraj^ce costs ground so«e businesses 

insurance costs take toll on some amusement parks 

reader challenges zero liability legislation 

panel sufforts easier state tax form 

jordan says bill to quit compact is in trouble 

insurance companies appealing decision 

some pit bull owners may lose insurance 

lib on life 

life's a ball— catch it, throw it, just don't take it home and forget.. 

'good stuff' should be used 

she's cracked mansf'eak code 

it's pretty easy to see why it's so hard to make dh0ice3 

front door is best gauge for weather 

she thinks she aunked miss manners 

george washington continues to intrigue her 

true colors come out on snowy days 

speaker persuades executives to play, have fun at workplace 

unfortunately, mailbox subs as trash box 

friendship shouliw't be neglected 

a mom at school would prevent trouble 

spring has sprung; let's be happy! 

white hair doesn't ilean of£ foot's in the grave 

tf£re is life after april 13 

violets teach lesson about fashion fguy 

hibernation's over - time for spring trainifjo 

gcbd secretary is wealth beyond measure 

mothering - world's most important job 

dignified graduates still exist 

they hever failed to forget 

changing holidays 

if you smile, maybe u.s. olympic festival visitors will, too 

chief cries in the most unromantic moments 

as children age, their dads seem to improve 

thrill and agony; olympic runner's wife has seen it all 

ttcre's adventure aplenty in an old-fashioned fourth 

illumination casts light m human fjature 

vacation; it rhymes with exasperation 

A COLD fact: summer HEAT IS RELENTLESS 



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2 9/30/1987 A 9 N 



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S 


2 


1/19/1987 A 


8 


J R53 


S 


2 


1/19/1787 C 


3 


J 


H 


2 


1/20/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


n 


1/24/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


1/31/1987 C 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


2/01/1987 B 


3 


N L41 


S 


o 


2/04/1987 A 


13 


J R53 


H 


n 


2/15/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


2/17/1987 A 


5 


N 


H 


1 


2/26/1987 B 


1 


N S80 


H 


? 


3/12/1987 D 


6 


N 


H 


1 


3/24/1987 E 


1 


N S80 


H 


■-) 


4/01/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


3 


4/09/1987 B 


1 P N MIO 


H 


2 


4/13/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 





4/15/1987 B 


1 


H L40 


H 


2 


5/20/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


9 


5/22/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


6/02/-1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/11/1987 A 


15 


N 


S 


n 


6/22/1987 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


6/23/1987 B 


3 


H 


H 


1 


6/26/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


7/10/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


i-f 


7/14/1987 D 


5 


-■' N 


H 


2 


7/14/1987 D 


6 


N 


H 


O 


8/08/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


1/05/1987 A 


6 


U G78 


H 


2 


1/12/1987 A 


6 


U G78 


H 


2 


1/19/1987 A 


6 


U G73 


H 


o 


1/26/1987 A 


6 


U G78 


H 


n 


2/02/1987 B 


1 


U G78 


H 


2 


2/09/1987 A 


6 


U G78 


H 


2 


2y'16/1987 A 


6 


■■ P G78 


H 


2 


2/'23/1987 A 


6 


U 678 


H 


2 


3/02/1987 A 


6 


U G78 


H 




3/09/1987 B 


1 


U 078 


H 


2 


3/16/1987 B 


1 


U 678 


H 


2 


3/23/1987 B 


1 


U G78 


H 


■9 


3/30/1987 A 


4 


U 678 


H 


2 


4/06/1987 B 


1 


U G78 


H 


n 


4/13/1987 A 


6 


U G78 


H 


2 


4/20/1987 A 


6 


U G73 


H 


n 


4/27/1987 B 


1 


U G73 


H 


9 


5/04/1987 A 


6 


U G78 


H 


2 


5/11/1987 B 


1 


U G78 


H 


2 


5/18/1987 A 


6 


U G78 


H 


9 


5/25/1987 B 


1 


U 678 


H 


T 


6/01/1987 B 


1 


U 078 


H 


2 


6/08/1987 A 


6 


U 678 


H 


2 


6/15/1987 B 


1 


U 678 


H 


9 


6/22/1987 A 


6 


U G78 


H 


2 


6/29/1987 A 


6 


U G78 


H 


o 


7/06/1987 A 


6 


U G78 


H 


2 


7/13/1987 A 


6 


U G73 


H 


2 


7/20/1987 B 


1 


U G78 


H 


■T 


7/27/1987 B 


1 


U G73 



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1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1?37 



SUBJECTS 



tm RSVP 6 hCNTHS ^mHJEi XiUl EVENTS («E A f£PL DT-OFOiER 

A CLOSO STORE IS A F.aiNCES' TO OPEN «»RTS 

YUPPIES? LCT TbBI EAT ?4ANa:£Si 'i£*U. STICK TO HORE FAMILIAR FARE 

KISSING COUSINS Fj^TE rtORE TKi^ LIP SERVICE 

YOJTH CONSTITUTION IS A CHALLENGE TO Aa OF US 

LABOR day: a S-ALLfTE THAT ICESN'T Fm"E A flfUSK IN UORKERS' EYES 

A GFiiVtt^'S F-RAYERFi.t REFLECTIONS 

PARENTS CF TEB<S HEAD FOR A FALL! mjYIN'G CLOTHES 

IT'S NC'T SLEEPY TIfE lOJf'! SOUTH— JUST kEUVHI 

m FooTEAa: strikiic while frt gridiron is hot 

THE EARTH ISN'T FLAT— ANIi FEKHAFS HISTORY ISN'T EIT1€R 

'TO SLEEP, FERC^WCE TO DREAM' 

'BABY' OF TKE FArtlLY HAS ^^^ R-C&l TO HOE 

HALL0«IN'3 OVER, BUT DON'T PAC-K l^ YOUR K!OD CITIZEN'S JIASK 

AUTUW LEAVES, SGCTHIfJG TO BE KSIREIi 

!M. .HOODS («E LIKE LEAi,ES IN THE WIND 

THIS TH«*SGIVIW, CELEBRATE T>€ SPIRIT THAT KAI£ US GREAT 

PAYING HOWiGE TO TrC UIT ftd' UISCGI (f UimiE 

t*«T'S IN A NICKNAfC? SOCIAL ACCEFTfJ^CE 

NO 'FICTEND' IN TODAY'S F'KETEKTIDLtS TOYS 

HANLWAH OR Ct^ISThAS, Tt€ SEASON IS FOR CARING 

BEST naiDAY gift: TONaC kef-ressers 

LIBEL 

SEE ALSO LASJSUITS, U.S. 

SEE ALEO •C»SfAFER"S, N.C. (SE A50 WtftS OF PARTIOUy; .^liSP'/^ER-S) 

SEE ^'33 SEUiSF'AFERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO SLAf-I€R- 

HIGhT FILES fCU SUIT OVER KSflAINT 

JJDGE RETJSES TO DISMISS LIBS. aJiT 

LIBEL LAUSUIT MAINTAINED 

JORDAN SAYS BIU TO ffl.lIT COf^^'ACT IS IN TRm/BLE 

WHITING'S LAWSUIT DISMISSED 

LIBERAL ARTS 

SEE ALSO Dl*E UNIV. MASTER CF ARTS IN LIBERAL STIJDIES 
speaker: TEACH rtORE HISTORY, LITERATURE IN SCHOOLS 

LIBERALS 

SEE ALSO CCN££RUATI'v€S 

SEE ALSO a.iRHAf1 ■CC'Jijy DEMOCRATIC CCWENTION 

2R:MS sale CONTROVERSY SHAPES ELECTION CAST 

AND GOOD-BYE TO AN hC>€ST LIBER-ft. 

COJNTY LSIXRATS DISPEL S^ MYTHS 

TOO mrt LIBERAL FECPLE 

TfOI SHALT .SCT mM£R 

EDITORIAL CHALLENKD 

HOJSE UNIERMINING REAGAN 

LIBER^S Uaa IMBALjWCE TILTING THEIR (JAY ON U.S. SLf-RE-E COU<T 

REPUBLICAN LEGISU^^TO^'S 'RATIfCS' SPARK ftVGER 

LEGISLATOR'S EOO-BCO WASN'T SMALL FtlTATCES 

LIBERftL DEhASBUERY 

UWT ABOUT THE LEFTISTS? 

DIFFB®CE IN BaiEFS 

S<WORD'S LIBERALISM 

U HAT I S PROJRESSIVE? 

LETTER UAS MISINTERPRETED 

LIBERIA 

VAL'S UPSTAIR-S LIKRIAN FIAYER SETS SIHffS ON DIVISION OfC FlAY 

LIBERTi«IAN PARTY 

PRCreSED BILL IRES CIVIL LIBERTARIANS 
PRESIDENTI,:^ CAMPAIGNS ARE COMING TO KJRHAM TODAY 
LIBERTARIAN HOPEfX SCORNS H)VE!»«€NT 
libertarian: U.S. spending SHGULD be CUT 40X 

LIBERTY 

SEE FREEDOM 

SEE U.S. CONSTITUTION 



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PAGE1136 
1/21/88^ 

3 I T 

E L Y ■ 

C -PG L P SYL I 



3/03/1987 B 
8/10/1987 A 
8/17/1987 B 
8/24/19-87 A 
8/31/19S7 A 
9/07/1987 A 
9/14/19S7 A 
9/21/1987 
9/28/1987 
10/05/1987 
10/12/1987 
10/19/1987 
10/26/1987 
11/02/1987 
11/09/1987 
11/16/1987 B 
11/23/1987 A 
11/30/1987 A 
12/07/1987 B 
12/14/1987 3 
12/21/1987 A 
12/'28/1987 A 



6 P U 

1 U 

6 U 

6 U 

7 P U 
1 U 
6 U 
6 P U 
1 U 
1 U 
6 U 
6 U 



G78 
GTS 
G78 
GTS 
G78 
078 
G73 
GTS 
G73 
G78 
G73 
G73 
GTS 
C-T8 
GTS 
GTS 
GTS 
673 
G78 
G73 
G78 
G78 



H 


2 2/27/1987 A 


12 N S82 


H 


2 3/06/1987 A 


16 N S82 


S 


2 3/06/1987 C 


5 N 


H 


2 7/14/1987 D 


5 P N 


H 


2 11/05/1987 C 


6 N 



H 


O 


1/21/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/29/1987 A 


4 


U A20 


H 




4/03/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


T 


5/19/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


6/20/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


6/26/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


^ 


7/04/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


7/09/1987 A 


4 


J 


H 


i. 


3/06/1987 A 


13 


N 


S 


'^ 


8/07/19S7 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


9/29/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


10/05/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


f^ 


10/21/1987 A 


4 


1- 


H 


n 


10/27/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


10/28/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


12/03/1987 A 


4 


L 


3 


2 


10/27/1987 D 


4 P N A76 


3 


4. 


5/18/1987 A 


10 


J R53 


H 


2 


12/10/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


12/11/1987 B 


1 


P N A54 


S 


2 12/11/1987 C 


1 P N B53 



H 2 11/17/1987 B 1 P N M97 , 



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12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



-DATE- 



PAGE1137 
1/21/88 

S I T 

E L Y 

C -PG L P BYL 



LIBERTY BOWL 

SEE COLEGE BOWLS 

THE LIBERTY CART 

AMERICA'S 400TH— REMEMBER THAT?— WRAPS UP IN AUGUST 

LIBERTY COIN 

IS T1€RE REALLY A U.S. HINT? 
TARDY COINS FINALLY ARRIVE 

LIBERTY FEDERATION 

SEE ALSO CONSERVATIVES 

SEE ALSO HORAL MAJORITY 
FALWEa MIXING POLITICAL, RELIGIOUS FUNDS. PAPER SAYS 
FALUELL NOW SAYS NEWSPAPER'S STORY ABOUT FUf*CLING COfffRIEUTIONS FALSE 

LIBERTY UNIV. 

MEESE: RELIGION, MORALITY INDISPENSABLE 

FW.WELL NOW SAYS NEUSF'APER'S STORY ABOUT FUNNaiNG CONTRIBUTIONS FALSE 

LIBRfWIANS, DURHAM 

PARENTS SHARE LIBRARIAN POST 

BRAGTOWN HAS SOMETHING TO BOAST ABOUT; ITS LIBRARIAN 

DU<E LIBRARIAfCS IDEA LEADS TO GAZEHEERS FILE 

LIBRARIAfK WIN AWARD 

LIBRARY AWARDS 

LIBRARIES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 
SEE ALSO DURHAM HERALD-SUN, LIBRARY 
FOREST HISTORY SOCIETY SPROUTING A NEW WING 

LIBRARIES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, LIBRARIES 

SEE ALSO BUT>ER PUBLIC LIBRARY 

SEE ALSO CREEDMOOR PUBLIC LIBRARY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COIMY PUBLIC LIBRARY, BRANCHES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNH SCHOaS, LIBRARIES 

SEE ALSO N.C. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE LIBRARY 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, LIBRARIES 

DEaiNE OF DOLLAR CHOPPING RESEARCH LIBRARIES BUDGETS 

RARE BOOKS FALLING VICTIM TO ELEMENTS 

LIBRARIES HAVE DIFFICULTIES GETTING STATE REPORTS 

LIBRARIES, N.C. DOCUMDJTS COLLECTIONS 

SEE ALSO GOVERNMB'iT DOCUMENTS (INCLUDES RECORDS AND PUBLICATIONS) 
SEE ALSO INFORMATION RESOURCES 
I^FORMATION BILL COULD HAVE WIDE EFFECT 

LIBRARIES, N.C, VANDALISM ANB THEFT 
SEE ALSO VANDALISM, N.C 
N.C ARCHIVISTS KEEP EYE ON RARE DOCUMENTS 

LIBYA 



BEWARE HIS HANDSHAKE 

LICENSE PLATES 

SEE ALSO AUTO REGISTRATION 
SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 
SEE ALSO N.C DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES 
TEMPORARY LICENSE AGeCY OPENS 
SHAD BOAT WINS BERTH AS STATE'S OFFICIAL VESSEL 
HOUSE PANEL TOSSES ECU TAG BILL OVERBOARD 
STATES GET IDEAS ON WELFARE FRAUD, LICOiSE PLATES 
DAUGHTERS HELPED DAD WIN SENATE SEAT 

LICENSE PLATES, N.C 

SEE ALSO MOTOR t^EHICLE STICKERS 



7/07/1987 B 7 UM6 



1/15/1987 A 
4/04/1987 A 



U G33 
U G33 



H 2 8/23/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 8/25/1987 A 16 N 



5/05/1987 C 4 P N 
3/25/1987 A 16 N 



6/15/1987 C 

6/22/1987 A 

7/10/1987 B 

11/16/1987 C 

12/09/1987 C 



1 P N B38 

6 P F B38 

3 N B80 

3 N 

14 P P 



2 9/26/1987 B 1 U B85 



H 2 9/26/1987 C 1 P N L90 
H 2 10/19/19S7 C 1 N 
S 2 12/01/1987 A 5 J R53 



H 2 4/05/1987 C 6 N 

S 2 8/29/1987 B 7 N 
H 2 4/17/1987 A 4 E 



H 


1 


1/23/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


3/05/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


J-* 


9/29/1987 A 


5 


J R53 


H 


O 


10/04/1987 C 


1 


U L57 



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12/31/1737 



SUBJECTS 



CLIP 



SEE ALSO ffCTCR VEHICLE TAXES 
JUICE BLOCKS STATE'S aOSING OF GASTONIA LICENSE BUREALI 
PAfEL STUDIES BILL TO PUT R-ESTRICTIONS ON AICFTIONS 
PERSONALIZED LICD^SE PLATES F'CPLILAR 

LICENSE TAGS 

SEE LICENSE PLATES, N.C. 

LICENSED PRACTICAL ftJRSES 
SEE ALSO NURSES, N.C. 
DURHAM TECH GRAK IN PRACTICAL NURSING PASS TEST AT 90X 
LF-NS CAN DO MUCH TO EASE THE CURRENT NURSE SHORTAGE 

LICENSING BOARDS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, LICENSES 

SEE ALSO N.C, BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINER'S 

SEE ALSO N.C REAL ESTATE LICENSING BOARD 

SEE ALSO N.C WIUIIFE RESOURCES COMMISSION, LICENSES 

ONE-STOP LICENSING FOR BUSINESS DEBATED 

TOO MANY APPLICANTS FLUNK DENTAL EXAM, LEGISLATOR SAYS 

DENTAL LICENSIfffi FEE INCREASES OK'D BY HOUSE 

AFF'EALS COURT RULING FAVORS SURPLUS STORES 

HIGHER FEES FOR ICNTISTS, HYGIENISTS OK'D 

LICK CREEK 

DEVELOPER SEEKS SHCPPIfffi CENTER, MOTEL ON U.S. 70 EAST OF WJRHAH 
TEER CO. OFFICIALS PLEAD C^UARRY CASE TO FtANNING BOARD 

LICK CREEK SEUAGE TREATMENT FLAfJT 

SEE ALSO SEUAGE TREATI-CNT PLANTS, DL'RHAM 
STATE ERRED IN LIMITING DURHAM SEUER SEF;VICES 
Wfmm SEUAGE PLANT LIMITS MAY HINIER GROUTH 

LIE DETECTORS 
SEE POLYGRAPHS 

A LIE (F THE MIND (PLAY) 

•LIE OF THE MIND' CANCELED 

LIFE AFTER DEATH: WAT TfC BIBLE SAYS (BOCK) 

BiaiCAL VIEWS OF LIFE AFTER DEATH DISaiSSED IN BOOK 

LIFE EXPECTANCY 
SEE ALSO AGING 
SEE ALSO DEATH RATE 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

BIOLOGIST SAYS DJZYMES CCUJi BE KEY TO EXTENDING LIFE SPAN 

ENZYMES MAY EXTEND LIFE SPANS 

GOOD SEX CONTRIBUTES TO HAPF'IER, LONGER LIFE, STUDY SAYS 

DEATHS AMONG EUiERLY CITIZENS GROW IN PROFEiRTION IN DURHAM 



LIFE FLIGHT 

SEE DUKE UNIV. 



MEDICAL CDJTER, HELICOPTER' SERVICE 



LIFE INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO CREDIT LIFE INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO INS;.'RANCE 

SEE ALSO SOCIETY OF CHARTER LIFE UNDERWRITER'S 
NEW VENDING LAU LETS POLICE DECIIt UHICH i:ORNERS UNSAFE 
BILL SUPPORTED BY VALENTINE HURTS D.C. INSURANCE FIRMS 
INSURANCE FIRMS REQUIRE AIDS TESTS 
INSURANCE DISPUTE THREATENS UOMAN'S HOME 
UNISEX INSURANCE LIKELY TO IJCREASE WOMEN'S PREMIUMS 
N.C. MAN SENTENCED TO DIE 

LIFE JACKETS 

SEE ALSO BOAT SAFETY 
SEE ALSO BOATS 
SEE ALSO RESCUES 



-DATE- 



S I T 

E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



2 2/1S/19S7 A 14 N 
2 6/13/19'37 A 12 N 
2 iZ'22/1%1 B 1 P F G5? 



2 1/15/1987 B 2 N 
2 7/22/1987 A 4 L 



3/12/1987 C 
4/29/1987 B 
6/16/1987 D 
6/18/1987 B 
7/04/1987 C 



2 8/01/1987 A 
2 9/02/1987 B 



N 

N 046 
N R53 
N 
N R53 



11 N A54 
1 N A54 



H 2 3/26/1987 B 4 E 
S 2 7/22/1987 A 1 F N M06 



H 2 5/30/1987 C 5 N 
H 2 4/19/1987 C 4 N [80 



H 2 1/12/1987 B 1 N 

S 2 1/17/1987 B 1 N 

H 2 4/05/1987 E 2 N 

S 2 9/15/1987 A 1 Q B85 



3 


2 


4/07/1987 C 


1 


N H70 


S 


O 

^ 


5/15/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


9 


6/09/1987 A 


1 


N ,430 


H 


1 


7/15/1987 D 


-> 


N 


H 




8/30/1937 D 


10 


U L41 


H 


n 


11/03/1987 C 


16 


N 



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PA6E1189 


1/01/19S7 - 12/31/1937 








1/21/38 




N 


s 

E E 


I 
L 


T 
Y 




P 


D — DATE — C - 


PG L 


P BYL 


SEE ALSO WATER SAFETY 










RF LAB SCRUTINIZES PRODUCTS FOR QUALITY BEHIND 'UL MARK' 


H 


2 5/04/1987 A 


1 P N MV.' 


LIFE SAVERS (CANDY) 
SEE ALSO CANDY 
REPUBLICANS, DEMOCRATS SCRAMBLE TO GET CREDIT FOR RJR-NABISCO MOVE 










S 


2 7/17/1987 C 


3 


N 


N.C. DIVISION TO HIRE 250 


s 


2 7/17/1987 C 


3 


N 


LIFE SENTENCES 










SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 










1 SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 










SEE ALSO MURDER, N.C. 










COURT OVERTURNS CONVICTIOfJS IN BURLI^JGTON ASSAULT CASE 


H 


2 1/07/1987 B 


5 


N R53 


SILER CITY MAN GETS LIFE TERM 


H 


2 2/04/1987 D 


5 


N 030 


VANCE MURDER CON">'ICTI0N UF'HELD 


H 


1 2/04/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


SUIT CHARGES SOCIAL SERVICES WIPH fCGLIGENCE IN ABUSE CASE 


H 


2 2/28/1987 C 


1 


N S32 


NEU SENTENCING HEARING SET IN AMTRAK SIEGE CASE 


s 


2 3/05/1987 A 


3 


N 


*29 MILLION PRISON CONSTRUCTION BILL BECOMES LAW 


H 


2 3/07/1987 D 


5 


N 


MAN GETS LIFE SENTEiCE 


H 


2 3/12/1987 A 


18 


N 


STATE EDUCATION BOARD NOMINEES ACTION IS IS-AYED 


H 


2 3/25/1987 A 


11 


N 


MAN GIVEN LIFE IN KILLING OF EX-QFFICER 


H 


2 3/31/1987 C 


1 


N 


SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS HARRIS' LIFE SENTENCE 


H 


3 4/08/1987 C 


1 


N 


LIFE SENTENCES GIVEN IN KIDNAF'PING 


H 


2 4/19/1987 C 


10 


N 


HIT i RUN lEATH BRINGS LIFE-PLUS TERM 


H 


2 5/08/1987 B 


1 


N 382 


HOUSE SENDS MURDER SENTENCE BILL BACK TO C0W1II Ibh 


H 


2 5/12/1987 B 


7 


N 


TEEN-AGER FtEADS GUILTY TO MURDER 


H 


1 5/30/1987 C 


1 


N 


MAN GIVEN LIFE IN PRISON FOR KILLING HIS GIRLFRIEhffii 


H 


1 6/02/1987 C 


3 


N 


WILMINGTON MAN SENTENCED IN SLAYING 


S 


2 6/02/1987 C 


2 


N 


MAN GETS LIFE SENTEfCE FOR ASSAULT 


H 


2 7/16/1987 B 


10 


N 


WOMAN RECEIVES LIFE SENT&NCES FOR TUO SLAYI^iGS 


H 


2 7/25/1987 A 


13 


N 


MAN GETS LIFE 5ENTDJCE 


H 


2 3/06/1987 A 


18 


N 


MAN GETS TUO LIFE TERMS FOR SLAYINGS 


H 


2 9/05/1987 C 


2 


N 


MAN SENTENCED TO 2 LIFE TERMS 


H 


2 9/28/1987 B 


3 


N 


BATTLOORO MAN GIVEN 2 LIFE TERMS IN MURDER 


S 


2 10/06/1987 C 


3 


N 


DURHAM LAWYER HELPS MAN GET LIFE SENTENCE LIFTED FOR BREAK-IN 


H 


2 11/05/1987 A 


19 


N 


SOaHER GETS 8 LIFE SENTENCES FOR FAYETTEVILLE SLAYINGS, RAPES 


H 


2 11/07/1937 A 


i 


N 


MAN RESUMES TRIP INTERRUPTED BY 10-YEAR PRISON STAY IN N.C. 


H 


1 11/10/1987 C 


1 


N 


MAN CONVICTED OF TUO ASSAULTS GETS LIFE SENTENCE PLUS 80 YEARS 


H 


2 11/18/1987 B 


3 


N 


JURY SENTENCES WOMAN TO LIFE IN MURDER CASE 


H 


2 11/27/1987 B 


5 


N 


MERCY KILLING COWICTION IS UPHELD 


H 


2 12/'C3/1987 B 


8 


N 


COJRT UPHOLDS LIFE SENTENCE OF DURHAM MAN 


H 


2 12/03/1987 B 


12 


N R53 


MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE FOR KILLING POLICEMAN 


H 


2 12/05/1987 A 


9 


N 


F'RISONER SENTeCED TO LIFE SLITS HIS THROAT WITH RAZOR 


H 


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1 


N W27 


SCPHIA AREA MAN RECEIVES 4 LIFE TERMS ON DRUG CHARGES 


3 


2 12/12/1987 C 


2 


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SEE ALSO IV-PUSH 










SOME CONTROL IN DYING EASES FEAR, STUDY SHOWS 


H 


2 10/17/1987 C 


4 


N U80 


LIFEGUARDS 










STATE PARKS HAVING TROUBLE HIRING LIFEGUARDS 


H 


2 6/12/1987 C 


10 


N 


STATE PARKS NEED LIFEGUARDS 


S 


2 6/15/1987 A 


3 


N 


ACCIDENT PREVENTION BEST 


H 


2 9/04/1987 A 


4 


L 


DROWNING IN CHAF'EL HILL SPARKS RACIAL ISSUES 


H 


2 9/12/1987 C 


1 


N BIO 


TOWN PLANS DROWNING PROBE 


H 


3 9/17/1987 B 


1 


N 080 


TOWN SEEKS MEETING WITH LETTER yRllLKS REGARDING DRCWNIhffi 


H 


3 9/18/1987 C 


1 


N BIO 


CONCERNED EASED AULK SESSION ON POOL WHERE BOY, 5, DROWNED 


H 


3 9/25/1987 C 


1 


N BIO 


LIFaI^E l^IT 










DIBNERS RECEIVE AWARD FOR LIFaiNE 


3 


2 1/31/1987 A 


3 


N 


GTE VOLUNTEERS HELPING TO EXPAND HOSPITAL LIFELINE SERVICE 


H 


2 8/23/1987 B 


1 


N C60 


CLARIFICATION 


H 


2 8/29/1987 C 


3 


N 


EMERGENCY R€SPONSE SYSTEM THRIVING 


S 


2 9/04/1987 B 


1 


P F 327 


MYERS TO TALK ON HOSPITAL CORfORATION 


S 


2 11/17/1987 A 


1 


N M06 


LIFESAVING 










SEE HEROISM 










SEE RESCUES 










LIFESTYLES 








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FEAR CF AIDS CURBING SEXUAL FREEDCM 

HOST AMERICANS GET iNO SIGNIFICANT EXERtlSE 

OU? RICH HERITAGE OF LIVING! 

KCFPa'S C0«f1£NCEf1BJT TALK WORTH RE>EMBERaNG 

comISSIO^€R long: insurance firms can't ask about sexual lifestyle 

LIGtSn i MYERS TOBACCO CO, 

see ALSO chesterfield CIGARrTTES 
SEE ALSO L 4 M LIGHTS lOOS 

Lyi BACKS COURT RULING ON LIABILITY 

LIGGETT i MYERS iETS NEU XB OF HANDLING BOKS 

L«1 LAYtFFS TO AFFECT DURttfiM TAX BASE 

LIGGETT i 1YERS LAYS OFF 104 EMPLOYEES 

EX-LU1 SALESMAN WANTS LEAF FIRMS TO FAY BILLS 

AMERICAN AIRLINES' CHAIRMAN CHASTISSi FOR SMOKING 

ESC CLASSES OFFER HOPE TO DURHAM .OELESS 

CHAMBER OFFERS HEALTH-CARE SEMINAR 

ARE THE RICH REALLY MUCH DIFFER'ENT FROM YOU AND l€? 

L(M ADDS 10 TO 20-Ca(NT PACKAGES 

LiM OFFERS 30 CIGAR-ETTES FOR PRICE OF 20 

LIGCETT'S NEU PACK A BOON TO TEXTILES? 

LIGGEH FILES f£U STOCK PLAN 

LiM PLAN TO ffiJ' DEBT, COtPETITIVEfCSS 

TRUCK 0(^TURNSi FUEL Af* FLUID LEAK 

TOBACCO LIABILITY SUITS ARE AGAIN GOING TO TRIAL 

TOBACCO'S INaieCE iJN DLIR-HAM FADING 

LABEL RU.ING SHIELDS LIGGEH 

LiM EXPECTS Cm<l RU.If« TO LIMIT SUITS 

CO^T m£L CORRECTLY W TOBACCO WARNINGS 

LIGGETT RCrtAIfiS COMMITTED TO BE PART OF IllRHAM'S RJTURE 

LiM SEEKS STOCK SALE 

LiM FILES PLAN TO SELL STOCK FOR $69 MILLION 

LiM NOT STUDYING 'SMOKELESS CIGARETTE' 

LIGGETT FIANNLNG frt)N-TQBACCO PRCriUCTS 

I'VE GOTTA CUT DOJN... THESE THIfiGS'LL BE THE DJD OF ^E... (CARTOON) 

LIGGETT'S FtANS DISGRACED BY CARTOON 

THE LIGi^TT GRtJUP ANNOUNCES PR-OFITS UP 600X FROM '36 

L-iM (STS CREDIT LlfC FOR CCRFWATE BUYING 

ON FORBES* list: 2 PEOFIE WITH CLOSE TIES TO dlBWl ARE AMONG 400... 

LiM: FIRM miNG lELL WITH COMMON STXK SALE 

LAWSUIT AGAINST LiM DISMISSED 

TOBACtXI KEY TO DURHAM'S HISTORY 

LEAF WORKER'S RECAU HARD TIMES 

COURT Ra£3 AGAINST LiM ON INFORMATION-SHARIfJG ISSUE 

SSJPRQf. OMiJ RULING 'DISAFfOINTS' LiM 

4 CIGARETTE MAKERS IfCREASE PRICES 5:; 

LIG(£TT i MYERS TOBACCO CO., E^fLOYEES 

LIGGETT i MYERS GETS NEU JOB OF HANILING BOO^S 

LiM LAYOFFS TO AFFECT DURHAM TAX BASE 

LIGGETT i MYERS U(YS OFF 104 EMPLOYEES 

GR'/iNT MOfCY TO '«-P CCU 'CAPTURE PAST' 

HOST TRIAfJaE BUSIfCSSES WITrOUT POLICIES ON AIDS 

TOBACCO KEY TO DURHAM'S HISTORY 

LEAF WORKERS RECAa HARD TIMES 

LIGKTT i MYER-S TOBACCO CO., SALES 

SEE ALSO LIC-GETT GROUP, SALES AfJD EARNIfJCS 
LiM FILES FLAN TO SELL STOCK FOR $69 MILLION 

LIGGETT i MYERS TOBACCO CO.. WAREHOUSES 
SEE ALSO BRIEHTLEAF SQUARE 
SEE PLSO TOBACCO, '-JAREHCUSES 
SEE ALSO WAREHOUSES 
NA*€ THAT BUILDING 

LIGGETT GROUP 

LIGGETT FAVORED IN LIABILITY CASE 
HIGH COURT [ECLINES TOBACCO CASE 
LiM BACKS COLT?T RULING ON LIABILITY 



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3 


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2 


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H 2 1/13/1987 A 1 N 
S 2 1/13/1987 A 1 N 



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12/31/1937 



S U B J E 



FEEL FOR WINSTON-SALEM BUT DON'T COUNT IT OUT 

LIGGEH FILES NEU STOCK PLAN 

Li« FUW TO HELP DEBT, CO^f■ETITIVE^ESS 

LABEL RUING SHIELDS LIGGEH 

LIGGEH PLANNING NON-TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

LIGGEH LEADERS FACE LAUSUITi SEC CIVIL CHARGES INaUDE FRAUD... 

I'VE GOTTA CUT DOW... THESE THINGS'LL BE THE END OF HE... (CARTOON) 

NORTHERN TELECOti! COMMUNICATIONS COilPANY TALKS MONEY FOR UAKE COUNTY 

LIGGETT COMMON STOCK SALE UNDER UAY 

4,000,000 SHARES LIGGETT GROUP INC. COMMON STOCK (AD) 

LIGGEH'S FLANS DISGRACED BY CARTOON 

COURT DISMISSES L&M LIABILITY SUIT 

LAWSUIT AGAINST LiM DISMISSED 

COURT RUES AGAINST L4M ON INFORMATION-SHARING ISSUE 

HIGH COURT SNUBS CIGARETTE MAKERS 

LIGGETT GROUP, SALES AND EARNINGS 

SEE ALSO LIGGETT J, MYERS TOBACCO CO., SALES 
NORTHERN TELECOM! COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY TAUS MONEY FOR WAKE CGUffTY 
1V£ LIGffiTT GROUP ANNOUNCES F'ROFITS UP 400X FROM '36 

LIGHT BULBS 

DIWIII« THE LIGHTS CAN BE BRIGHT IDEA 

LIGHT CONSTRUCTION CO. 

F^ERSON STANDS BY DECISION ON BID 

LIGHTHOUSE FOOD MART (N. ROXBORO ROAD) 
MOTa, FOOD MART HEUi UP 
2 GROCERIES ARE DROFfED FROM FOOD-STAMP PROGRAM 

LIGHTTOJSE FOOD MART (WAKE FOREST HIGHWAY) 

2 GROCERIES ARE DROPPED FROM FOOD-STAMF' PROGRAM 

LIGHTHOUSES 

SEE ALSO CAPE LOOKOUT LIGHTHOUSE 
128-YEAR-OLD CAf'E LOOKOUT LIGHTHOUSE FACES REPAIRS 

LIGHTNING 

SEE ALSO ACCIiefTS, LIGHTNING 
LIGHTNING CAUSES FIRE 

NETWORK INSTANTLY DETECTS LIGHTNING STRIKES ON EAST COAST 
LIGHTNING NETWORK TO PREDICT STRIKES FOR PROTECTION 

LIGHTS 

SEE ALSO STREET LIGHTS 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SIGNALS 
SEE ALSO VISION 

HIGHWAY PATROL PHASING OUT ITS OLD 'BUBBLEH^JM' LIGHTS 

FAMILY SEEKS LEGISLATION FOR BETTER TRUCK LIGHTING 

TRUCK FIRMS TO BLAME FOR 'UNDERRIDE' DEATHS 

SENATE APPROVES WIRETAPS IN DWJG INVESTIGATIONS 

LET THERE BE LIGHT 

DANGEROUS MAN 

LIGHTING OF OFFICE BUILDINGS CAUSES GLARING PROBLEMS 

DIMMING THE LIGHTS CAN BE BRIGHT IDEA 

LIGHT CHOICE IS WEIGHTY 

LILLINGTON, N.C. 

MANUFACTURING PLANT TO OPD^ IN LILLINGTON 
CIRCUIT BOARD MAKER BUILDING IN LILLINGTON 

THE LIME SPIDERS (MUSIC GR-OUP) 

CW?IS STAMEY NEVER BETTER; ACT, SPIDERS UNIQUE 

LIMNO-TECH, INC. 

WATER AUTHORITY BOARD QKS CONTRACT TALKS FOR WATERSHED STUDY 

LIMON DANCE CO. 

SEE JOSE LIMON DANCE CO. 



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4 


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2 7/28/1987 A 


1 


N L41 


S 


2 7/23/1987 A 


1 


N U82 


H 


2 3/26/1987 A 


1 


N L41 


H 


2 9/25/1987 A 


1 


N L41 


H 


2 9/26/1987 A 


1 


N L41 


H 


2 9/27/1987 D 


4 T T C50 


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2 10/01/1987 D 


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P U L41 


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N L41 


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2 10/13/1987 B 


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2 12/'08/1987 A 


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2 10/01/1937 D 


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N 


H 


2 7/05/1987 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 10/15/1987 A 


12 


N 



H 


2 


5/09/1937 A 


9 P N 


S 


2 


5/19/1937 A 


3 N 


S 


2 


5/20/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/21/1987 A 


22 N 


S 


2 


6/24/1987 C 


1 P P F70 


H 


2 


7/30/1987 B 


1 P P S76 


H 


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2 


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H 2 11/13/1987 D 4 R L37 
H 3 9/25/1987 C 1 N L90 



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LIMOUSINES 

SEE ALSO BRAIfORIi LIMOUSINE SERVICE 

SEE ALSO BUSH LIMOUSINE SERVICE 

SEE ALSO CLASS ACT LIMOUSINE SERVICE 

LIMOUSINES SOLVE DILEMMA 

LEAN limousines: EVERYBODY FEELS LIKE A VIP... 



LINCOLN CE^<TER (CHApa HILL, N.C.) 
SEE CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, 



LINCOLN CENTER 



LINCOLN COMMUNITY HEALTH CErfTER 
SEE tLW TEEN HOTLINE 
LINCOLN BOARD GETS FIVE NEU MEMBERS 
PRENATAL CARE BEfEFITS BABIES 
RAIN FAILS TO DAMPEN SPIRITS AT SHOW 
t66.4 MILLION HOSPITAL BUDGET OK'D 

RUN, OR WALK IF YOU LIKE, FOR HEALTH! CITY OF MEDICINE ROAD RACE... 
TEEN-LIffl< PROMOTES HEALTH 
HEALTW CARE OFFERED 
PROORAM LINKS TEENS, HEALTH CARE 
BOOK TRACES CLINIC'S HISTORY 
TEEN-LINK TO PRESENT EXTRAVAGANZA 

COMMISSIONER'S GIVE THUMBS-UP TO PRlDJECTS IN PLANNING FOR YEARS 
SMOKIE SUE SCORNS CIGARETTES 
LINCOU^ HEALTH CEiNTER OFFERS RII£S 
Cin HOMELESS TO GET MEDICAL TEAM 
LINCOLN GHS GRANT TO HELP HOMELESS 
TEEN LINK ENTERTAINMENT 
PRENATAL CARE IN N.C. AN ECONOMIC ISSUE 

LINCOLN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, GRANTS 
HELPING STREET PEOPLE 

LINCOLN COJNTY, N.C. 

FORMER GRANVILLE MANAGER GETS LINCOLN COUNTY POST 
TOP UASTE F'RODUCERS OFF INCINER'ATOR SITE LIST 
LINCOLN CO. NAMES PRICE FOR HAZARDOUS-WASTE SITE 
N.C. COUNTIES OFfOSE UASTE TREATMENT SITES 

LINCOLN COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. 
RESIDENTS CAF'TURE FUGITIVES 

LINEBER6ER CANCER RESEARCH CEtfTER 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

SEE ALSO CLOTHING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC ARTICLES OF CLOTHING) 
AIRF-ORT SHOP OUNER REVEALS LIGHT SIDE OF SELLING LINGERIE 
MEN JAM OMNI TO LOOK AT LINGERIE 

LINGOMANIA (MUSIC GROUP) 

JAZZ ITALIAN STYLE: NORTH CAROLINA'S UMBRIA FESTIVAL 
UMBRIA: jazz festival spreads through TRIANGLE 

LINKS INC. 

GWTU ACTORS GET SYMPHONIC RECOGNITION 

LINN COVE VIADUCT 

SEE ALSO BRIDGES, N.C. 
AN 'ENGINEERING MAR'JEL' TO BE PART OF PARKUAY'S DEDICATION NEXT MONTH 
DEDICATION FRIDAY ENDS PARKUAY'S MISSING LINK 
PARK SERVICE OFFICIALS LOOKING DOWN THE ROAD 
CELEBRATION TO MARK PARKWAY COMPLETION 
VIADUCT MONUMENT TO COMP-RBMISE 
BOMB THREAT MARS OPENING DAY OF BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY 
PARKWAY VIADUCT A BRIDGE BUILT FROM THE TOP DOWN 
FILMS ABOUT PARKWAY 

PARKUAY'S FINAL LINK DRAWS RECORD NUMBER OF VISITORS 
Tt£ MISSING LINK 



2 1/01/1987 A 
2 3/21/1987 B 



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13 N 


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2 


2.'12/1987 A 


6 P F S27 


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4/09/1987 B 


1 N C40 


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5 N C60 


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4/21/1987 B 


1 P F S27 


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6/24/1987 B 


1 N G59 


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2 


7/16/1987 B 


4 P N B38 


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2 


7/23/1987 B 


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2 


8/20/1987 A 


6 P F S27 


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9/30/1987 C 


3 N A54 


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10/13/1987 A 


1 P N ii06 


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2 


10/31/1987 B 


10 N 


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12/11/1987 A 


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3 2 9/14/19S7 C 10 N 



H 2 2/16/1987 A 6 P N ZU 
H 2 12/14/1987 B 1 P F H45 



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H 2 7/17/1987 D 1 P F U66 



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H 




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12 P N 


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2 


9/07/1987 C 


2 N 


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16 N 


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9/13/1987 C 


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'"^^'"'^CCW^y'^PLANS hotel, apartments, offices off 1-40 

lint: the first redneck opera 

^E also opera 
RALEIGH HAS 'REDf€CK OPERA' 

•LINT' NOT SLICK, BUT MERY FUNNY __ ^, ^^^^^ ^„^,,^ 
THEATER IN THE PARK'S 'LINT' TOO FUZZY; NEEDS CLEARER FOCUS 

LINVILLE, N.C. „ 

BYPASS PLAN FOR LINVILLE IS OPPOSEB 

LINVILLE KJRGE 

PEREa?INE FALCONS ^«ST IN LINVILLE GORGE 

LINVILLE RESffliT ^^ „„„„ 

BYPASS PLAN FOR LINVILLE IS OPPOSEB • 

LINVILLE RIVER , „„„„,„ 

BYPASS PLAN FOR LINVILLE IS OPPOSED 

LIONS 

SEE ALSO MOUNTAIN LIONS 
AFRICAN LION CUB RECAFTUREII 

LIONS CLUB, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO aiRHAM DIAGNOSTIC LIONS CLUB 
LIONS CLUB TO HOLIi BULB, BROOM SALE 
NEW OFFICERS 

FOOD LION SUPERVISORS AVERAGE $38,000, PLUS STOCK OPTIONS 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

LIONS aUB INDUSTRIES 
SEE ALSO BLIfrti 
STUDENTS VISIT 

STATE CRACKS DOWN ON DISTRESS SALE ABUSES 
LIONS CLUB If^USTRIES PLANS SHOWROOM 
NEU STORE, NEW OFFICERS 
THE SENATOR VISITS 
SANFORD TOUR'S BUSINESS 
LIONS aUB PRODUCT TO ADD 18 NEW JOBS 

LIONS CLUB INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO LIONS CLUB 

1ST FEMALE LIONS CLUB FORMS IN HENDERSONVILLE 
UNC DEPARTMENT GETS LIONS FOUNDATIOf^ GRANT 

LIQUID ALUMINUM SULFATE ^^^^^ 

APARTHEID TIES MAY AFFECT BID ACCEPTANCE 
COUNCIL SHOULD SCRAP ANTI-APARTHEID POLICY 
Cin COUNCIL TO DECIDE MONDAY ON ANTI-APARTHEID EXEMPTION 
APARTHEID ISSUE MAY HALT PURCHASE 
CITY REJECTS BID BECAUSE OF STAND AGAINST APARTHEID 
FIRM WITH TIES TO SOUTH AFRICA LOSES CITY BID 
r«JRHAM ReJEWS CONTRACT WITH WATER CHEMICAL FIRM 
CITY CITES APARTHEID STANCE IN LOU BID REJECTION 
CHEMICAL-BUYING CONTRACT EXTENDEIi 
COJNCIL ENDORSES CHANGE IN POSTMARK 

LIQUID PROPANE GAS 
SEE ALSO PR:OPA^€ 
COUNTY SEEKS PROPANE-TAfJK LAU CHANGES 

LIQUOR-BY-THE DRINK, BURLINGTON 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C. 
BURLINGTON COUNCIL FUTS DRINKS ISSUE ON EAUOT ,^,,^„,,,„„ 
MIXED DRINKS VOTE IN BURLINGTON EXPECTED TO INCREASE REGISTRATION 
ABSENTEE BALLOTS NOU AVAILABLE FOR ELECTIONS IN ALAMANCE 



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H 2 8/11/1987 B 3 R U66 
S 2 8/13/1987 D 11 R B71 



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H 2 7/16/1987 A 17 N 

H 2 12/28/1987 B 8 N 

H 2 12/28/1987 B 8 N 

H 2 3/14/1987 B 6 N 



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6/25/1987 C 


7 P P n7 


H 


2 


7/26/1987 B 


5 


U L41 


H 


2 


7/27/1987 A 


2 


N 


H 


n 


4/19/1987 C 


15 P P M66 


H 


2 


6/28/1987 C 


12 F 


N 


H 


2 


7/16/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


? 


3/22/1987 C 


3 F 


P L38 


H 


2 


8/26/1987 C 


6 F 


P T37 


S 


9 


8/26/1987 A 


2 P P T37 


S 


o 


10/03/1987 A 


1 


N U82 


S 


2 


5/27/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


1 


6/-25/1987 A 


14 


N 


3 


9 


11/25/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


9 


11/30/1987 A 


4 


E 


3 


2 


12y'03/1987 C 


1 


N H70 


H 


n 


12/04/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


12/08/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


12/08/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


S 


1 


12/17/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


/-i 


12/18/1987 B 


1 


N S51 


H 


'-} 


12/22/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


12/22/1987 C 


1 


N H70 


s 


9 


11/30/1987 A 


I 


H H06 



H 1 3/19/1987 C 1 N H60 
H 1 3/21/1987 B 1 N H60 
H 1 9/23/1967 C 1 N K60 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX Br 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



BURLINGTON GROUP PLANS FIGHT FOR MIXED DRINKS 
REGISTRATION aOSES MONDAY 
TIME GROWS SHORT ON ALAMANCE ABSEfJTEE BALLOTS 
BURLINGTON LIQUOR VOTE HIGHLIGHTS ALAMANCE RACES 
BURLINGTON WTERS OK SALE OF MIXED DRINKS 
SALES OF MIXED DRINKS BEGIN IN BURLINGTON 

LIQUOR-BY-THE-DRINK, N.C. 
SEE ALSO BARS 

SEE ALSO LEGAL DRINKING AGE 
SEE ALSO N.C, LAUS 

NORTH UILKESBORO UIU HAVE LIQUOR VOTE 

HOUSE COMMITTEE ICES PRIVETTE'S BILL BANNING BEER, BROWNBAGGING 

UNC PR'OF TEACHING BARTENICRS WHEN TO CUT OFF CUSTOMERS 

UIU1INGT0N, ELIZABETH CITY VOTERS CHOOSE NEW MAYttR 

LIQUOR HOUSES 

SQUAD ZEROES IN ON liRtJNKEN DRIVING 
Pa.ICE ICFEND VICE SQUAD TACTICS 

LIQUOR' HOUSES, ItlRHAM 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 
DURHAM LIQmR HOUSES RAIDED 
MAN RtlBBED 

LIQUOR HOUSE RAID NETS ONE AR'REST 
PO-ICE CONFISCATE LIQUOR IN RAID 
TWO ARRESTEIi IN LIQIJOR' RAID 

LIQUOR PERMITS 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, SALES 
PANEL KILLS REFERB4DUM ON REPLACIf4G PROPERTY TAX 
HOUSE DEFEATS ALCOHOL BILLS 
SUGAR MOUNTAIN OFFICIAL CHARGES LEGISLATOR TRIED TO GAIN FAVOR'S 

LIQUOR' RAIDS 

SEE ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

LISA LISA AND OLT JAM (MUSIC GROUP) 

CLLT JAM DANCE RHYPHMS LIR STAGEY LISA LISA 

LISTEN TO MY SONG (PLAY) 

A 'S0M3' FOR PAUL GREEN 
PLAY IS TRIBUTE TO PAUL GR'EEN 
UNION OF 2 HOSPITALS CELEBRATED 
TR'IBUTE SOOTHES BUT DOESN'T INVOLVE 
GREEN 'SONG' MAKES EMOTIONAL EVENING 

LISTENING 

SEE ALSO ^€ARING TESTS 
*$ FREE OF CHARGE *» 

LISTENING (PLAY) 

FRIDAY GUirC; WHERE TO GO, WHAT TO SEE 

DUKE PLAYER'S TO PRESE.NT WORKSHOP PRODUCTION IN GARDENS 

ALBEE PLAY TO USE DUKE GARDENS FOR STAGE 

LITERACY 

SEE DU'RHAM LITEFlACY COUNCIL 

SEE ILLITERACY 

SEE N.C. LITERACY COUNCIL 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY LITERACY COUNCIL 

LITHOTRIPTER 

SEE ALSO KIDfEY STOWES 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 
LIVIf« IN THE STONE BELT CAN BE DANGEROUS TO YOUR KIDNEYS 
LITHOTRIPTER TO HIT THE R-CAD 30CN JUST LIKE A 'ROLLING STONE' CRUSHER 
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL TO BEGIN USING MOBILE LITHOTRIPTER 

LITTER 



-DATE- 



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S I T 
£ L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



1 9/26/1987 C 
1 10/03/1987 C 

1 10/21/1937 B 

2 U/01/1987 D 
2 11/04/1987 B 
1 11/25/1987 C 



2 2/05/1987 A 
2 5/08/1987 A 
2 5/22/'1987 A 
2 10/07/'lv37 A 



2 7/06/1987 A 
2 11/21/1987 C 



N H60 

N 

N H60 
N H60 
N 
N 



1/07/1987 B 
5/25/1987 A 
6/15/1987 C 
6/17/1987 A 
7/06/1987 B 



13 N 

1 N 

13 N 

6 N 



11 N 
1 N B53 



H 2 5/27/1987 B 
H 2 6/17/1987 D 
H 1 6/l'3/1987 B 



H 2 10/16/1987 D 10 R CSl 



10/23/1987 D 
10/29/1987 D 
11/03/1987 B 
11/05/1987 D 
11/06/1987 D 



11 



F U66 
N 

U H45 
R U63 
R PIO 



S 2 10/01/1987 D 4 P I 



H 2 9/25/1987 D 14 P I 
H 2 9/27/1987 C 6 N 
S 2 9/28/1987 A 12 N 



H 2 1/13/1987 A 9 P F C60 
H 3 5/23/1987 C 1 P N L90 
H 2 7/28/1987 B 1 N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



S 

E E 

D — DATE — C 



■PG 



PACCU95 
1/21/38 

I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 



SEE ALSO CLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO DUMPING 

SEE ALSO KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL SYSTEM OF DURHAM-DURHAM CO. 

SEE ALSO KEEP N.C, BEAUTIFUL, INC. 

SEE ALSO N.C. CLEAN AND BEAUTIFUL INC. 

SEE ALSO TRASH DUMPING 

SEE ALSO VACANT LOTS 

LITTERING IS LOATHSOME 

RUILieRS ARE TRASHING NEIGHBORHOODS 

HIGHLAND HILLS LITTER PROBLEM UNDER CONTROL, BOARD IS TOLD 

NEIGHBOR COMPLAINTS SPURRHi CIH ACTION 

LITTER PICK-UP SCHEDULED 

COMPARATIVE FAULT MEASURE AMDJDED, OK'D BY SENATE 

Tffi GREENING OF DURHAM 

GIRL SCOUT EFFORT TO CLEAN DURHAM 

HCaJSE OKS CRITERIA FOR RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITE 

CLEAN SWEEP RESLATED 

TAR HEa FIRST LADIES KICK OFF CLEANUP 

CLEAfftJP CAMPAIGN SET TODAY 

CLEAN SI€EP 

TtCY 'DID' IT! 

NORTH CAROLINA: 'VARIETY GARBAGaAND' 

STIFF PENALTIES NEEDED FOR ROAD aUTTER 

STOP 'TRASHING' R-QADUAYS 

CLEAN UP; COMPANY'S COMING 

LET'S CLEAN UP TRIANGLE 

COUNTY FlAf« HEARING ON LITTER LAW 

•CLEAN SWEEP' EFFORT FlANtCD JUNE 27 

COMMISSIONER'S OK $912,000-PLUS FOR BETHESDA SEUER CONSTRUCTION 

COMMISSIONERS APPROVE ANTI-LITTER LAW 

LITTER-FREE TRIANGLE NOT JUST ONE-TIME GOAL 

WHEN IT COMES TO TRASH, ORANGE HAS PICK OF LIHER 

CHAMBER 'SEEKS VOLUNTEERS TO CLEAN UP FOR FESTIVAL 

COUNTY SHOULD DCORCE LITTER LAW IMMEDIATELY 

LITTERING FINE MAY INCREASE 

LITTER PREVENTION, RECYaiNG MEETIr«3S HELD IN PINEHURST 

TRASH TURNS ORANK ROAD INTO EYESORE 

CLEANING UP 

CLEAN SWEEF'ERS 

ANTI-LITTER GROUP TO SPORT NEW NAME 

2 NCCU STUICNTS HOLD aEANUP PROJECT 

VOLUNTEERS CLEANED UPi LET'S KEEP' IT CLEAN 

JV£ MORNING AFTER ... 

SENATE OKS RETALIATORY TAX ON INSURANCE COMPANIES 

SOME RESIDENTS OF GRAHAM [FSET OVER: PROPERTY TAX BILLS 

PEOF-LE CAN SWEEP N.C. BEACHES CLEAN 

CARRBORO CLEANING UP THIS WEEK 

CLEANUP PROJECT PLANNED SATURDAY ON N.C. BEACHES 

cruising: IT'S becoming all-night AFFAIR ON GUESS ROAD 

STATE JOINS RB€UED EFFORT TO PROMOTE RECYCLING 

SIGNS OF THE TIMES 

WHO FW3TECTS PROPERTY? 

OFFICIALS SAY RUBBISH PILES HAR:D TO PREVEf^T 

LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBAU 

SEE ALSO BABE RUTH LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO NORTH EllRHAM LIHLE LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO URAL-TV (RALEIGH, N.C.) 
INSIDE 

pitch in for little league 

bura.incton oks leasing property to little league 

fanfare: play ball: 

new league opens 

north durham little league; the real thing 

american legion lominates in babe ruth league baseball 

nd ll off and running 

little league completes triumphant ret1.kn 

south granville wins tourney 



U li. 



H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
3 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1/16/1987 A 
2/05/ 1987 A 
3/04/1987 C 
3/20/1987 A 
3/23/1987 A 
3/27/1987 A 
3/29/1987 D 
3/31/1987 A 
4/01/1987 A 
4/04/1987 C 
4/17/1987 B 
4/25/1987 B 
4/26/1987 C 
4/27/1987 
5/06/1987 
5/12/1987 
5/12/1987 
5/13/1987 
5/14/1987 
5/20/1987 
5/27/1987 
5/27/1987 
5/27/1987 
5/28/1987 
5/29/1987 
5/30/1987 
6/05/1987 
6/19/1987 
6/24/1987 
6/25/1987 
6/28/1987 
6/29/1987 
6/30/1987 
7/03/1987 
7/14/1987 
7/28/1987 
7/28/1987 
8/04/1987 
9/09/1987 
9/16/1987 
9/17/1987 
10/02/1987 
10/03/1987 D 
11/04/1987 C 
11/20/1987 A 
11/23/1987 A 



L 

L 

N K65 

L 

L 

N 

N 019 

N 

N 

N 

N M97 

N R80 

P F70 

P F70 

L 

L 

L 

L 

E 

N ri06 

N 

N A54- 

N M06 

E 

N K65 

N 



5 J R53 
9 N 

1 P N BIO 

1 P P R76 

10 P P R76 



11 

7 

4 

1 P 
10 

1 

4 

T 

i. 

17 

1 

4 

1 

4 
13 



N 

N 

L 

P T37 

N 

N T35 

E 

N 080 

N 

N J40 

N 

P 

L 

N 



s 


2 


3/07/1987 C 


1 N no 


H 


n 


3/10/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


1 


3/18/1987 C 


1 N K68 


H 


2 


4/03/1987 B 


3 N 


c 


2 


4/22/1987 C 


3 P P K30 


S 


n 


5/12/1987 B 


4 P U A76 


S 


2 


5/26/1987 S 


6 P F A76 


n 




■T 


6/16/1987 D 


5 N 


S 


n 


7/07/1987 B 


6 F F A76 


3 


2 


3/04/1987 D 


6 N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ ANNUAL 
1/01/19S7 



INDEX 
12A31/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



D'ARMi: LITTLE LEAGLE IN 'KID BUSI?£S 



ffflT PRTO 



LITTLE PROFESSOft BCXK CENTER 

RETAILER-S fi£Fi3RT JAWJARY SALES BETTER WM EXPECTED 

LITTLE RED h£N CLUB (CHAFEL HILL, N.C.) 

A BITE OF BAPiAVA, AND Ti£ TOES START TAP-PING 

LITTLE RVJER 

NOT SO LITTLE RIVER 

2 SITES GET NOD FOR RESEROOIFS IN ^«1RTHE^:N ORANGE 

TREY-BURN ROAD, BRIDGE CK'D BY KMHISSIONERS 

SAVE THE WATER CRIES APE LOSINC CREDIBILITY 

PEOPLE UR-C€ CAREPJL LOOK AT e^t) SEWAC€-F1ANT FIANS 

P^ MAY EiVD ON LITTLE RIVtR RCONIN'GS 

HEARI^«S PR-CFOSEIi FOR TAX, FIAMNING HERGER 

LIHLE RWER F£ZSNIf« BAN UPhELD 

TEER STILL WANTS RE2CNING FOR QUAFlRY 

TEER CO. DELAYS BID FOR ROUGEMONT Kt)CK QUARRY 

STATE TAKES FIRST STEP' ON CO.NTRCLLING ENO UirriDRAWALS 

FLAT RI'JER OUT OF ZGNISiG PAN 

COUKTY TO EASE FLAT WATER'SHED ZC^ING FREEZE 

TEER GliARRY PRtiFi33AL DEBATED AT rtEETIf« 

STUDY TO D€CK EFFECTS OF LAKE DEVELCF*E^^" 

Wmm fCED'S COCFERATION FROM NEIGHBORS 

ROCK QUARRY ON AGEMW FOR' FlAiffCRS 

DXK HJNTER Ifmm IN LITTLE RIVER 

DURHAM SEEKS LIHITS ON FLAT, LITTLE GROWTH 

LITTLE RH^ PA« 

bOHAN TAKES ON CITY HALL OVER BLASTS 

W>£R£'S THE waters; fCW [ME TO SLFfLY PLENTY 

LITTLE RIi.tR ELEfefTARY SCHOOL 

SELF-ESTEEi D£VaOF!€NT COUNSaOR KEY 
BALLiX3NS ijp, LF AND AUAY...Sn(C^T 
OfLY YOU... 
HELPING m^D 

PRINCIPi^S AF-POINTED FO? SIX CCIOTY SCHOOLS 
CCW1ISSI0N TO REVIEW CIVIC CENTER CONTRACTS 
CAUTION LIGHTS «AY ^£LP SCHOOL ROAD 
SAFETY FIRST 

LITTLE RI'.€R HIGH SCHOOL 
SCKOLAR-SHIF-S AWARDED 

LITTLE RIVER RESEK-.fl3IR 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., RESERVOIRS 
SEE ALSO U^lvE MICHIE 
Tm ifXH WATER ICAYS FILLI,^«5 CITY'S RESERVOIR 
FILLING OF RESERVOIR IN DLRHAM lELAYED 
UEATfCR DELAYS LITTLE RIVEF: KE-SERViDIR UGRK 
'HERE'S THE WATER'?; NBi LAKE TO SUPPLY FlENTY 
STATE PXICY ON TREYBURN SEWERAGE A FIRM 'MAYBE' 
GR-OUP WATO€S TREYBURN EF^CT ON WATER' SIFFU 
COL^fTY SEEKS FIRM TO STUDY RIVEF.S' WATEK'SKEIS 
Cin OFFICIALS rCFEND TRErR,WJ AT HEARING 
CCf«1ISSI0NERS AFF-R:OVE CHANGES IN TREYBLSN FIANS 
NEW GROWTH RULES EYE RESER'VOIR, TREYBURN 
COUNTY OKS CHAr«E IN TREYBUPIJ FIAN 
LAST RIPF-LES 
SfMN TO BE A RESER'v'OIR 

cm COUNCIL PUTS EKFANSICN FRlCPuS;^. ON HOLD 
CITY COUNCIL DELAYS iSRCWTH-LINE ^*CV£ 
COUNCIL BACXS DESIGftR FCR THEATER 
COUNCIL SHGb'LD NOT Ii1FEI:E TREYBURN 
MANAGER'S GRi:WH-LI?€ REF'CfiT DUE 
Tf.rfIW<N 3E1.E.R SERVICE ACTION ON 24-HOUR HOLD 
COUNCIL DELAYS GROWTH-LINE VOTE 
CITY COIBCIL CLEARS WAY FOR TREYgLiRtJ SOiER LINE LI^8< 



— MTE- 
9/22,-1987 D 



PAGEn96- 
1/21/88 

S I T 

E L Y 

C -F-G L P BYL 



5 P N A76 



H 2 3/15/1937 D 10 P U L41 



H 


'-! 


10/20/1987 B 


2 U H45 


H 


o 


3/03/1987 C 


1 P P S76 


H 


3 


3/27/1987 B 


1 N mo 


H 


9 


8/11/1987 C 


1 N A54 


H 


2 


8/12,'1987 A 


4 E 


S 


O 


8/14/1987 C 


1 N B85 


S 


2 


e/22/-1987 C 


1 H H06 


S 


2 


8/24/1987 C 


1 N (106 


S 


9 


8/25/1987 A 


1 N fW6 


S 


? 


3/26/1967 C 


1 N ti06 


S 


2 


9/02/'1987 C 


1 N «06 


H 


1 


9/11/1987 C 


1 N 046 


S 


T 


9/15/1987 C 


1 N «06 


H 


■T 


9/16/1987 C 


2 N A54 


H 


n 


10/15/1987 B 


1 N A54 


ri 

2 


n 


10/19/1987 A 


1 N i106 


S 


n 


10/19/1'?87 A 


1 N M06 


H 


o 


11/02/1987 B 


1 it A54 


H 


1 


12/01/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 12/28/1987 A 


1 N «06 


S 


2 


1/31/1987 A 


1 P N H70 


H 


o 
^ 


3/22/1987 n 


1 P F C19 


H 


n 


2,'07/i987 C 


1 N J40 


H 


n 


3/19/1987 B 


1 P P T37 


S 


n 


5/27/1937 C 


1 P P (166 


S 


2 


6/08/1987 C 


1 P P K30 


H 


'^ 


6/13/1987 C 


1 N 


S 


■7 


9/23/1987 C 


1 N «06 


S 


2 


11/12.'' 1987 A 


1 N i106 


S 


1 


11/19/1987 C 


2 P P K30 


S 


n 


3/-31/1987 A 


3 N 



H 


n 


2,'13/1987 B 


N 


S 


n 


2/13/1987 C " 


f N 


S 


n 


2/23/1937 A 


N H70 


H 


n 


3/22/1987 D 


L F F C19 


H 


T 


4/04/1987 A 


N 046 


S 


2 


4/22/1987 A 


H JW6 


S 


'^ 


4/30/1987 C 


N h06 


H 


9 


5/09/1987 C 


N A54 


H 


9 


5/12/1987 C 


N A54 





o 


5/12'1987 C 


N H70 


S 


2 


5/12/'1987 C 


[ N M06 


H 





5/15/1987 B 


L P P T37 


H 


1 


5/15/1987 B 


I P P T37 


H 


■-> 


5/19/1987 C 


N S51 


S 


n 


5/19/1967 B 


I N H70 


S 


fy 


5/2-8/1987 A 


I N H70 


H 


■-^ 


5/31/l'?87 D ' 


( F 


S 


T 


6/01/1987 C 


N H70 


H 


9 


6/02/1987 C 


N S51 


S 


2 


6/02/1987 C 


L N K70 


H 


2 


6/03/1987 A 


I N S51 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1937 - 12.'31/1937 



cm COUNCIL MAY BUY imh ALONG LITTLE RIVER 

RESERVOIR LAND KEY TO WATER-SHEIi 

Cin COUNCIL TOO EAGER TO SPENIi PUH-IC MONEY 

WILLIAMS! STANCE NOT 'SOLIR GRAPES' 

HALF-TRUTHS ABOUT UATERSHEIi 

COUNCIL PROTECTING RESERVOIR 

TREYBURN GOLF COURSE PLAN GETS GK 

HOCOUNERS KICK UP' DUST OVER RCAD PAVING 

ROAIi-fAVING EFFORT BEGAN IN 1983 

COMMISSIONERS GIVE NOD TO 31 TREYBURN HOMES 

BOND TO SEEK EllRHAM WATERSHED STUDY 

WATER STUDY KEY STEP TO CONTROL DEVELOPMENT 

TREYWRN WANTS TO PROTECT WATER 

TRIANGLE LEADERS ARGUE JUST WHOSE WATER IS IT? 

BOARD OKS TOAD, BRIME IN TREYBURN 

LIMIT REQUESTED ON BUILDI^ffi NEAR ENO SEWAGE PLANT 

SEWAGE TREATMENT PROPOSAL AWAITS REPORT FROM EPA 

BAN MAY END ON LITTLE RIVER REZONINGS 

WATERSHED ZONING MORATORIUM EYED BY COMMISSIONERS 

COJPLE SUES OVER RESERVOIR BLASTING 

SUIT FILED OVER RESERVOIR BLASTING 

RESII£NTS CAST STONES AT QLIARRY DURING HEARING 

TEER CO. OFFICIALS FtEAD QUARRY CASE TO PLANNING BOARD 

PRtlPERTY REZONING BAN TO BE DISCUSSED 

TEER QUARRY COULD BE WATER BONANZA 

RESERVOIR TO BEGIN FILLING NEXT WEEK AS WORK ENDING 

NEW RESERVOIR OPENS MONDAY 

RESERVOIR CF'ENS, DOUBLES CITY WATER 

FILL 'ER UP 

COUNTY FBSFCfES DECISION ON HOTEL 

DRtJNING ON AND ON 

STUDY TO CHECK EFFECTS OF LAKE DEVELOPMENT 

A F'REDICTABLE SUFtRCOLLISION 

COUNTY STARTS TREYBURN PAYBACK 

DURHAM SEEKS LIMITS ON FLAT, LinLE GROWTH 

LIHLE RIVER TOWNSHIP 

LITTLE RIVER TOWNSHIP LAND PLAN TO BE SHOWN 
TEER CO. WILL SEEK REZONING FOR QUARS:Y 
RESIDENTS CAST STONES AT :3UARRY DURING HEARING 
EIGHT COUNTY PARKS PROPOSED IN MASTER PLAN 

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 
SEE ALSO ARKANSAS 
N.C. FIRM INVESTS IN ARK. STEEL PLANT 

LITTLE SHOP' OF HORRORS (FILM) 

'LITTLE SHOP OF HORROR'S' SHEER ENTERTAINMBJT 
ORIGINAL 'LITTLE SHOP'! COMIC HORROR TO THE LIMIT 



S U B J 



LIVER CANCER 

GOLDSBORO BOY'S DEATH DiDS BRAVE FIGHT AGAINST 



CANCER 



LIVER TRANSPLANT 

10-MONTH-CLD GIRL NEEI'S SECOND LIVER TRANSPLANT 

l-YEAR-OLD FUQUAY-VARINA GIRL GETS SECOND LIVER TRANSPLANT 

BOY SHOWED COURAGE 

INFANT NEEIS LIVER 

nUKE DOCTOR EXPECTS ANIMALS TO SUPPLY ORGANS 

TRANSPLANT PATIEfff FLYING HOME TODAY 

KATIE STRICKLAND RETURNS HOME 

GIRL GETS TRANSPLANT 

DURHAM CO. MAN STABLE AFTER LIVER TRANSPLANT 

1-YEAR-OLD SAfCORD GIRL GETS LIVER TRANSPLANT 

DOCTOR SAYS LIVER TRANSPLANT PATIDfT'S PROGNOSIS IS GOOD 

LIVER RECIPIENT'S CONDITION CRITICAL 

LIVER RECIPIENT REMAINS 'CRITICAL' 

TRANSPbWT PATIBJT'S CONDITION LfGRADED TO SERIOUS BUT STABLE 

TRANSPLANT PATIENT IS hOim BETTER THAN EXPECTETi 

TRANSPLANT PATIENT IN 'GOOD' CONDITION 



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E 


E 




L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C - 


PG L P BYL 


S 


2 


6/03/1987 A 




N H70 


S 




6/04/1937 A 




N H70 


H 


L. 


6/07/1987 D 




E 


S 





6/08/1987 A 




P N H70 


H 


2 


6/10/1987 A 




L 


H 




6/12/1987 A 




L 


S 


L. 


6/23/1937 3 




U M06 


S 


2 


6/27/1987 C 




U M06 


S 


2 


6/30/1987 C 




N MIO 


S 


2 


7/14/1987 A 




N M06 


S 


o 


3/01/1987 A 




N M06 


S 


•T 


3/03/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


8/07/1987 A 




M Q m6 


S 


2 


8/03/1987 A 




P Q ,106 


s 


9 


3/11/1987 A 




N B85 


H 


ry 


3/14/1987 B 




N A54 


H 


2 


8/13/1987 C 




N A54 


S 


7 


8/22/1987 C 




N M06 


H 


2 


8/25/1987 B 




N N36 


S 


•u 


8/28/1987 C 




N B53 


H 


2 


8/29/1987 C 




N 


H 


3 


9/01/1987 C 




N MIO 


H 


2 


9/02/1987 B 




N A54 


S 


? 


9/12/1987 C 




N M06 


H 


2 


10/03/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


10/06/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


10/06/1987 C 




P N H70 


S 


2 


10/12/1987 A 




P N H70 


H 


2 


10/13/1987 3 




P P M66 


S 


2 10/13/1987 C 




N M06 


H 


2 


10/14/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


10/19/1987 A 




N M06 


H 


2 


11/13/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


12/15/1987 A 




N M06 


S 


rj 


12/28/1987 A 




N M06 


H 





5/09/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


o 

^ 


8/18/1987 A 




N M06 


H 


3 


9/01/1987 C 




N MIO 


H 


3 


10/17/1987 C 




M N MIO 


S 


■7 


2/05/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


2/06/1987 D 


12 


R S66 


H 


2 


3/13/1987 D 


3 


R L59 


H 


2 


3/31/1987 A 


1 


P N 


H 


9 


2/12/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


4/17/1987 C 


5 


N 


3 


n 


5/04/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/23/1937 6 


6 


N 


S 


1 


6/02/1987 A 


1 


N B85 


H 


1 


7/29/1987 B 


1 


N 




2 


7/30/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


9 


11/26/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


9 


11/23/1937 A 


1 


N N36 


H 


■-> 


11/23/1987 A 


14 


N 


S 


n 


11/28/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


11/29/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


9 


11/30/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


12/01/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


9 


12/03/1987 B 


2 


N 


S 


9 


12/03/1987 A 


12 


H 



-U<630- 



MONTHLY 



?* N N U A L INDEX B r 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



l-YEAR-OLD DIES AUAITIfffi SECCNIi LIVER TRiWSPLANT 

LIVESTOCK 

SEE ALSO BEEF 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL PIEIiMONT JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOU i SALE 

SEE ALSO COWS 

SEE ALSO HOGS 

SEE ALSO N.C. CR-OF' AND LIVESTOCK REFORTIN'G SERVICE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY LIVESTOCK tlARhFT ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO POULTRY 

f-RBBLEMS LOOM FOR LIVESTOCK 

N.C. FARfER CHARGED WITH STARVING CATTLE 

cons STARVE; DAIRYMAN CHAPGEIi 

CATTLEMEN WANT PET POFULATIGN CUREO 

BRINGING UP PORK CH0P...F1US OL' DR. H., BOSS HOG AND LULU. 

NEED A HOG BARN^ THAT ANIi liCRE UP FOR BIK 

TOO MUCH EXCITEMENT? 

BETTER FARMING IS HER BUSINESS 

A LIVING CULTURE IN DURHAM (BOOK) 
SEE ALSO BOOKS, DUF«AM 
SEE ALSO njRHAM, N.C. 
DURHAM ANTHOLOGY AVAILABLE NEXT HONTH 
DURHAM AfJTHCLOGY WRITER'S FEAD DEC. 17 
GIVE THEM DINOSALKS i OTHER DELIGHTS 

THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS (FILM) 

JAI€S BOND, IN f€U FORM, NOT SO 007 ANY MORE 

LIVING HISTORY 

SEE DUKE TOi^STEAD STATE HISTORIC SITE 
SEE DURHAM, N.C, HISTORY 

LIVING Llfflff ENSEMBLE 

DINOSAURS, MUSIC THEIR FOCUS 

LIVING WATERS PENTECOSTAL Haif€SS CHJR'CH 

AMPHITHEATRE DEDICATED AT LIVING WATERS (AD) 

LIVING WILL 

SEE ALSO [£ATH 

SEE ALSO EUTHANASIA 

SEE ALSO PJNERALS 

SEE ALSO RIC+IT-TO-DIE 
RESUSCITATION RLIES IN PLACE HERE 
MORE STATES RECOGNIZE 'LIVING WILLS* 
SOME CONTR(J. IN DYIf<G EASES FEAR, STUDY SHOWS 

LIVINGSTOfC COLLEGE 

TRUSTEES ASK LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE PRESIDENT TO RESIGN 
LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE FRlESIie^T ASKED TO QUIT 
BROKER LINKS SUCCESS TO NEGRO COLLEGE FUND 

LIVINGSTOfC COLLEGE SP-ORTS, BASKETBALL 

fanfare; corley gives uf football 

DANIELS LEADS CENTRAL WIN 

LEAK, NCCU RIP LIVINGSTONE 

NORFOLJ\ ST. 39, LIVINGSTON 75 

EAGLES CRUISE INTO BLLL CITY TOURNEY FINAL 

SLUGGISH EAaES GET EASY WIN 

LIVINGSTONE COLLECT SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
fanfare: CORLEY GIVES UP FOOTBALL 
HAYES KEEPING U-S STATE IN SF-QTLIGHT 
VA. LWION, W-S STATE FAVORED TO REPEAT 
EAGLES RECALL LIVINGSTONE LOSS 
LIVINGSTONE STINGS EAGLES AT HOME AGAIN 
EAGLES' MISTAKES COSTLY IN OPENER 
GARDf£R-yEBB RUNS PAST LIVINGSTONE, 38-3 

LIVINGWELL HEALTH SPAS 



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L Y 



D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 
2 12y-'06/1987 B 8 N 



s 
s 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/27/1987 C 
1 2/03/1987 A 

1 2/04/1987 C 

3 2/'25/1987 C 

2 4/18/1987 C 

3 6/05/1937 B 
2 10/17/1987 C 
2 11/30/1987 A 


7 N 
7 N 
3 N 
1 N L90 
12 P N MIO 
1 N 080 
3 P P W62 
6 P F 'rM5 


S 
S 

n 


2 11/26/1987 D 
2 1Z''10/1987 D 
2 12/17/1987 D 


12 N 

11 N 
1 P F B71 



H 2 9/11/1987 D 6 P R 366 

H 2 5/05/1987 B 2 P F C80 
H 2 9/26/1987 A 6 P A 



2 6/05/1987 A 
2 7/11/1987 A 
2 10/17/1987 C 



H 2 12/18/1987 A 
H 2 12/21/1987 A 
S 2 12/26/1987 C 



1 N E85 
8 M N 
4 N U80 



17 N 
15 N 
1 P N B53 



1/19/1987 B 

1/23/1987 D 

2/15/1987 B 

11/29/1987 C 

12/05/1987 D 

12/05/1987 B 



1/19/1987 B 
8/28/1987 D 
9/01/1987 D 
9/05/1987 D 
9/06/1937 B 
9/07/1987 D 
9/13/1987 B 



N 
N 

N G50 
N 

N C68 
N A76 



N 

N P52 
N 

N C68 
N C68 
U A76 
N 



J 



-UA30- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1V37 



I N HEX 
12/31/1937 



BY SUBJECTS 



PACE1199 
1/21/88 



HUTTON GIVES GOOD MARKS TO 2 TRIANGLE COMPANIES 

LIZARDS 

EUOLUTIOf^: 'SO FAR, SO GOOD' 

LLAMAS 

LLAHA TO LIGHTEN CAMPER'S BURDEN 

LLOYD PHARMACY 

PHARMACIST LLOYD FINDS IT EASY TO STICK TO RULE OF HARD UORK 



LLOYH'S GROCERY 

DEPUTIES SURROUND 



3 SUSf ECTS IN STORE BREAK-IN 



LOAN APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS LOANS 

SEE ALSO CAPITAL ECONOMIC ICVELOPHENT CORP. 

SEE ALSO CARRBORD R£VOLVING LOAN FfOGRAM 

SEE ALSO DEFAULT 

SEE ALSO HOME-EQUITY LOANS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, LOAN PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO N.C, LAUS 

FEDERAL AGENCY OFFERS LOAN GUARANTEES 

BUNKEY'S EXPANSION HELPEIi BY LOAN THAT LOUERS INTEREST, LENGTHENS TERM 

HERE'S AN EXAMPLE OF HOU ICVELOPMENT LOAN WORKS 

BANKS DELAY CIVIC CENTER FIAN 

LOANS STALL CIVIC CENTER 

CARRBORO ESTABLISHES LOAN FUND TO HaP START SMALL BUSINESSES 

CITY MOVES TO LINK LOANS, INSPECTIONS 

UR13NG WORD LEAIS TO &-YEAR LAND BATTLE 

COJNCIL SUPPORTS HOtC CERTIFICATION BEFORE CLOSING LOAN 

WITTENBERG DEFAULTS ON LAKEliOOD LOAN 

HOME EQUITY LOANS EXF'ECTED TO EXCEED $150 BILLION IN 1937 

FWA'S REGULATIONS ON LOAN CaiMITTEES SUPPORTED BY JUDGE 

LOAN PRiJGRAM GETS $50,000 FROM NCNB 

LOAN COMPANIES 

SEE ALSO COLLECTION AGE>JCIES 
SEE ALSO PAUNSHOF'S 
FIRST MORTGAGES BY SMALL-LOAN COMPANIES HIT 
JUDGE TELLS FIRM TO STOP HIGH INTEREST RATE CHARGES 

LOANS, CO-SiaNED 
SEE ALSO DEBTS 
LAWYER SEEKING TO RECOVER $40,000 FROM LOAN FOR BUILDER PAUL ROBERTS 
DEFENDANT CONTRADICTS LAWYER ON LOAN 
JURY FINDS LAWYER LIABLE FOR HALF OF LOAN TO BUILDER 

LOBBYING 

LOBBYIST WARNS OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE 

N.C. EDUCATORS' TRUCE MAY BE ENDING 

FORfCR LEGISLATOR WILL BE LOBBYIST 

SENATE PANEL MAY UNLEASH ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION 

AfPOINDlENTS UPSET BUSINESS LOBBYISTS 

N.C. CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION OUTLINES LEGISLATIVE GOALS 

N.C. TEACHERS LOBBY FOR MORE THAN PAY RAISES 

FRIVCIOUS PROMOTIONS WASTE LEGISLATORS' TIME 

FALWELL PAID LOBBYISTS $50,000 TO GET TAX BR«K 

LACK OF INTER-EST SHELVES MEASURE ON LOBBY RtFORtl 

LOBBYIST SAYS GENERAL ASSEMBLY ICIiDLING WITH LOCAL GOVEF:^*tENTS 

EDMISTO LOBBIES FOR POSITIONS OPPOSITE THOSE OF CAMPAISN 

FORMER REF'. PULLEY TO LOBBY FOR WAKE ON WASTE SITE 

SAffORB ONE OF TOP KNEFICIARIES GF MONEY FROM PRO-ISRAEL GROUPS 

LOBBYIST TELLS IT AS IT IS 

LOBBYISTS MANIPULATE LEGISLATORS 

CONGRESSMEN f€EIi STRONGER GIFT LIMITS 

ISRAELI LOBBYING, SF'YING 

LOBBYISTS FlAY N.C. LEGISLATIVE GAME ON TIPTOES 

RETAIL MERCHANTS SWAY LEGISLATURE • 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 1/25/1987 B 11 U L41 

H 2 5/22/1987 A 4 L 

H 1 7/03/1987 B 1 P N W27 

H 2 6/07/1987 C 9 P F A80 

H 3 12/08/1987 C 3 N CBO 



H 


T 


5/29/1987 A 


19 


N 


H 


9 


6/14/1987 C 


9 


N L41 


H 


2 


6/14/1987 C 


9 


N 


c 


2 


7/23/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 


7/24/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


8/01/1987 C 


2 


N 080 


3 


2 


9/03/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


3 


O 


9/03/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 


9/04/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


10/02/1987 A 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 11/08/1987 F 


1 


N 


H 


2 


12.'09/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


12/'23/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


? 


1/10/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


2/08/ 1987 C 


15 


N 


H 


7 


11/11/1987 B 


8 


N S82 


H 


n 


11/13/1987 C 


7 


N 382 


H 


2 


11/14/1987 C 


4 


N S82 


S 


1 


1/12/1987 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


1/21/1987 C 


7 


J fS2 


H 


n 


1/29/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


T 


2/11/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


S 


? 


2/19/1987 B 


6 


J R53 


H 


2 


2/21/1987 A 


10 


N 


3 


9 


4/28/1987 A 


5 


J R53 


3 


ii. 


5/02/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


1 


5/04/1987 B 


16 


N 


H 


2 


5/25/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


n 


5/26/1987 B 


14 


J 


S 


2 


5/29/1987 A 


9 


J R53 


H 


/^ 


6/25/1987 D 


5 


N M97 


H 


n 


6/29/1987 B 


7 


N 


S 


n 


7/10/1987 A 


7 


J R53 


S 


n 


7/20/1987 A 


5 


J R53 


S 


n 


7/30/19S7 A 


4 


E 


H 


9 


8/21/1987 A 


4 


L 


3 


7 


3/21/1987 A 


5 


J R53 


3 


9 


3/24/1987 A 


J 


J R'SS 



-LX6.30- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



UTILITIES GET BACKING FOR STATE TRUE-UPS BILL 

RESPONSE UAS U^<UARRANTED 

LOBBYISTS FOLLOW N.C. LEGISLATORS 

BURLINGTON LOBBYISTS PAID $200,000 

FISH TIES FtAYEIi ROLE IN LOBBYING FOR PASSAGE OF PHOSP-HATE BAN 

CIGARETTE iWKER CAUSES DaUGE OF TELEGRAMS 

N.C. ilER-CHANTS CAJif-AIGN TO ALTER SALES TAX FEE LAW 

LOBOTOMY 

SEE BRAIN SUR^GERY 

LOBSTERS 

SEE ALSO SEAFOOD INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO SWaLFISH 

12-POUND LOBSTER A P-RIZE CATCH 

BIG CATCH 

LOCHN'ORA (DEVELOPHENT) 

HOME BUILDING LACKLUSTER FOR 3RD QUARTER IN DURHAM 
WHO DREAMS UP ftt«ES OF DEVELOF'MENTS? 

LXW?ID6E SUBDIVISION (PERSON COUNTY, N.C.) 

QUESTIONS R-EMAIN ON PERSON COUNTY JUNKTARD ORDIfWCE 

LOCKS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, LOCKING SYSTEMS 
SEE ALSO SLIM JIMS 

LOCKED OUT? IT EVEN HAPFCIS TO LOCKSMITHS 

LOCKING YOURSELF OUT COULD ALilOST RUIN DAY 

LOCKSMITH OFTEN FINDS CUSTOMERS HOT UmER CtLLAR 

LOCOMCTIVES 

SEE RAILROAIiS, N.C. 
SEE TRAINS 

LOCUSTS 

SEE ALSO CICADAS 
DURHAM MAY MISS 17-YEAR VISIT 

LOEHMANN'S 

DiJRCH FASHION SHOW A SEROUT 

LOEUS CORPORATION 

LIGGETT FAVORED IN LIABILITY CASE 

LOFLIN-BLAa' FURNITURE CO. 

DISCOUNT FURNITURf RETAILER LaSES RULING IN HE?«EDON ANTITRUST CASE 

LOG CABINS 

CLUB HOUSE CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY 
Wmfi\ CRIhESTOPPERS 

LOG-SFliniNG 
SEE ALSO WOOD 
GETTING READY 

LOGOS 

SEE M.SO CONTESTS (SEE ALSO SF'ECIFIC NAMES OF CONTESTS) 

SEE ALSO N.C, LOGOS 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SYMBOLS 

SEE ALSO SYMBOLS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, SYMBOLS 

UNC LOGOS EARNO ABOUT $90,000 IN ROYALTIES LAST YEAR 

GRANVILLE HOSPITAL EMPLOYEE UINS LOGO CONTEST 

FESTI'.IAL FOR THE eiQ LOGOS 

UNC SUES T-SHIRT FIRM O'v'ER' LOGO 

UNC SUES T-SHIRT BUSINESS 

LONDON, ENGLAND 

SEE ALSO GREAT BRITAIN 



S U B J E C 


T S 


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N 
P 


3 
E E 
D — DATE — C 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


3 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 3/25/1987 A 
2 8/31/1987 A 
2 9/02/1987 B 
2 9/19/1987 A 
2 10/03/1987 D 
2 10/26/1987 B 
2 11/29/1937 B 


5 J R-53 

4 L 

6 JfS3 
13 N 

6 N 

5 N 

1 P N 046 



H 2 9/02/'19S7 B 
S 2 10/27/1987 B 



H 2 5/10/1987 F 
H 2 10/09/1987 A 



6 N 
1 P P T37 



1 N 
4 L 



H 1 9/09/1987 B 1 N S80 



H 2 1/08/1937 A 
H 2 4/24/1987 3 
H 2 7/01/1987 B 



10 N 
1 T F MIO 
1 P N ^C6 



H 2 5/10/1987 B 

H 2 9/15/1987 A 

S 2 1/12/1987 A 

H 1 7/28/1987 B 



3 N U55 

6 P U H45 

1 N 

16 N 



5/21/1987 A 7 P F S27 
6/01/1987 C 1 Q 



S 2 1/06/1987 B 1 P P L38 



H 


n 


4/21/1987 B 


1 P N L90 


H 


n 


6/24/1987 A 


11 N 


S 


n 


4/30/1987 D 


7 D F 


S 


'y 


7/14/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


o 


7/15/1987 C 


2 N 080 



I 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



D — DATE- 



S 
E 
C -PG 



PA6E1201 
1/21/88 

I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 



REF'ORT ON LONDON FLIGHT IRKS PIEdhONT SUPPORTERS 

poll: TAR HEELS FAVOR RDU GATEWAY 

HEARINGS ON LONDON FLIGHTS BEGIN TODAY 

TRIAf«LE MAKES PITCH FOR LONDON FLIGHTS TODAY 

CITIES USE BIG GUNS TO SHOOT FOR ROUTES 

HEARING ON GATEWAY GOES INTO OVERTIME 

economist: RDU would have more PASSENGERS TO LONDON 

HEARING CONTINUES ON GATBJAYS 

LONDON SAID FASTER FROM RDU AIRFtjRT _ „^,o.., ^»„^ 

CHARLOTTE ALMOST HOUR FARTHER FROM LONDON, AMERICAN OFFICIAL SAYS 

JW S.C. POLITICIANS SUPPORT RDU BID FOR LONDO^^ GATEWAY 

PIEDMONT CHIEF DEFENDS GATEWAY BID 

GATEWAY HEARINGS END AFTER NINE DAYS _ 

CINCINNATI PRESENTS ARGUME^^TS FOR LONDON GATEWAY 

AIRPORT AUTHORITY ADOPTS PROCEDURES TO MINIMIZE NOISE 

DURhS READY FOR GATEWAY, WHAT ARE CHARLOTTE, RALEIGH YELPING ABOUT^ 

ENGLAND OFFERS DIVERSE AMUSEMB'ITS 

DOT STAFERS RECOMMEND CHARLOHE FOR LOfTON fllQUT 

RDU STILL SEEKS 'GATE' TO LONDON 

•GATEWAY' DECISION NOT OVER 'TIL IT'S OVER 

TRAVELERS NEED LODGING AT RDU AIRPORT 

CHARLOTTE FAVORED FOR LONMN GATEWAY 

RDU GATEWAY PANEL CHALLENGES PiniMONT/CHARLOTTE CLAIMS 

GATEWAY CASE PUT RDU ON MAP 

DOT BRIEF BACKING CHARLOTTE NOT FlfJAL WORD ON GATEWAY 

OFICIAL: PIEDMONT ACQUISITION COULD HURT AIRFWT EXPANSION 

2ND LONDON GATEWAY OPPORTUNIH MAY OPEN 

RDU GATEWAY BID Bf.ECTED 

RDU NOT RECOMMENDED FOR GATEWAY 

NEW RDU HUB SPARKED BRITISH AILINE'S INTEREST 

TO LONIKIN FROM RALEIGH/DUPHAM AIRPORT 

ANOTtO HEARING SET ON GATEWAY 

RDU TO FEEL LITTLE IMF'ACT FROM FtlDMONT BUYOUT 

AIRLINE SALE WON'T AFFECT GATEWAY VOTE 

AIRLINE BUYOUT MIGHT END S&NTIMENTAL FACTOR 

USAIR UNSURE ABOUT GATEWAY 

PIEIiMONT: AMERICAN FlEA A 'RED HERRING' 

FOUR AIRLINES ARE BATTLING FOR LONDON FLIGHTS 

PIEIiMONT-USAIR UNION MAY CLOUD GATEWAY PICTURE 

LONDON GATEWAY HEARINGS MAY REOPEN 

CHARLOTTE WINS COVETED LONDON GATEWAY 

RDU CONCEDES LOSS OF GATEWAY 

GATEWAY CAMF'AIGN NOT PUR'SUED IN VAIN 

USAIR VOWS TO SLffORT >£U GATEWAY .^„-r,^ 

RESERVATIONS FOR PIEDMONT'S NEW LONDON FLIGHT ACCEPTED 

TRIAM3LE NEEDS UNITY ^ ^^,,^ 

DESPITE LOSING GATEWAY, RDU MAY HAVE LONDON FLIGHT 

PIEDMONT'S LONDON FLIGHT FARE: i398 

PIEDtfflNT PLANE ARRI'-tS LATE TO PROMOTE LONDON FLIGHTS 

DUKE DIGS FOR ROOTS OF THEATER IN LONDON 

GATEWAY OPENS DOOR TO FOREIGN IWESTORS 

AIRLINE EYES FOREIGN ROUTES 

PIEIWNT AIRLINES SPIRITS SOARING OVER SUCCESS OF LONDON FLIGHTS 

PIEDMONT'S LONDON FLIGHTS SOARING 

CIGARETTE PROBABLY SPARKED SUBWAY BLAZE ^^^,^ ^,^^,, ,^^„, ^^,^ 

GEOR'GE HAMILTON'S QUICK TO SING PRIASES OF HIS NATIVE NORTH CAROLINA 

BUCKNELL GETS TRADITIONAL TRIP BACK TO LONDON 

HEELS TOP NANTES, MAKE FI^WL 

TAR t€EL3 NIP BRITISH IN LONIrON 

N.C. 'FIRST IN FLIGHT' AND STILL FLYING HIGH 

LONE RANGER (TV SERIES) 

LONE RANGER, DURAt^GO KID TO RIDE AGAIN 

LONE VIGIL AUAR'D 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
REP. LOCKS RECEIVES LONE VIGIL AWARD 



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S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

8 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

3 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

3 

H 

H 
1^ 
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H 

H 

H 

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S 



1/01/1987 C 
1/03/1987 B 
1/06/1987 B 
1/07/1987 A 
1/07/1987 A 
1/03/1987 A 
1/08/1987 A 
1/09/1987 B 
1/09/1987 A 
1/10/1987 B 
1/14/1987 C 
1/15/1987 B 
1/17/1987 C 
1/20/1987 A 
1/21/1987 B 
1/22/1987 A 
1/25/1987 D 
1/27/1987 A 
1/28/1987 B 
1/28/1987 A 
1/'3!V1987 A 
2/01/1987 D 
2/05/1987 A 
2/06/1987 B 
2/10/1987 A 
2/11/1987 B 
2/22/1987 C 
2/25/1987 C 
2/26/1987 A 
2/26/1987 A 
2/27/1937 B 
3/01/1987 D 
3/06/1987 A 
3/10/1987 A 
3/11/1987 A 
3/12/1987 A 
3/12/1987 A 
3/20/1987 C 
3/21/1987 A 
3/22/1987 C 
3/23/1987 A 
4/24/1987 A 
4/24/1987 A 
4/25/1987 A 
4/27/1987 B 
4/27/1987 A 
4/23/1987 A 
4/28/1967 B 
5/28/1987 D 
5/30/1987 B 
6/09/1987 B 
6/18/1987 D 
6/19/1987 A 
3/04/1987 B 
9/05/1987 A 
11/23/1987 A 
12/19/1987 C 
12/20/1987 C 
12/22/1987 D 
12/23/1987 D 
: 12/23/1987 A 



10 



6 

10 

2 

4 
8 
2 
4 
12 P 



1 
4 
4 
1 
1 

1 F 
3 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 

4 " 
1 

1 i 
1 
4 
1 
1 

12 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
o 

7 
4 
9 
9 
3 
8 

a 

3 
1 

11 
2 
1 

•J 

1 
1 

6 



N 

N M97 

N M97 

N M97 

N M97 

N M97 

N 

N M97 

N 

N 

N R'SO 

N 

N 

N 

N M97 

E 

F 

E 

N 

N W32 

E 
L 

N 'W82 
N M97 
N W82 
N M97 
N 

N M97 
N M97 
N U82 
N M97 
T R56 
N M97 
N W82 
N 'J82 
E 

N W82 
N 
N 
N 

N U82 
N 

N W82 
E 
N 
N 
E 
N 
N 

■ N M97 
N D80 
N 

■ N U82 
N M97 
N 

N 

> N BIO 

> N C52 

> N 
N 
N 



M97 



H 1 6/17/1987 C 1 P N H60 



S 2 11/25/1987 A 6 N 



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LET'S FACE IT - ONE IS A LONELY NUMBER ON VALENTINE'S DAY 

LONG BEACH, N.C. 

EXF'ERT: beaches flORE yUU€RABL£ 

SO^E HOMEOWNERS GIVING UP 

PILKEY UARNS BEACH RESIDENTS 

COASTAL STORM CAUSED *6.5 MILLION IN DA^fAGES 

PROPERTY OWNERS Af€i STATE OFFICIALS AT ODDS OVER REF'LENISHING BEACHES 

WILMINGTON, aiZABETH CITY VOTER'S CHOOSE NEW HAYOR oc«.nL= 

LONG BEFORE TOMORROW (FILM) 

FEATURE WJIE TO BE FILMED IN WILMINGTON 

LOf^ DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT (PLAY) 

PRE-BROADWAY FIAYS PRODUCE AMBASSAMR'S 

LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC CCAST CONFEREhCE, CROSS COUNTRY (MEN) 

SEE ALSO CITY OF MEDICINE ROAD RACE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SPORTS, CROSS-COI1JTR:Y (MEN) 

SEE ALSO IWE UNIV. SP-ORTS, CROSS-COUNTRY (WOMEN) 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNH CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS 

SEE fLSO FOOTFALLS ROAD RACE 

SEE ALSO JOGGIf-tG 

SEE ALSO MCPHER-SON 5K" FOR SIGHT Wffi SaWi 

SEE ALSO PREDICTION RUN 

SEE ALSO F1IN>€R'S HIGH 

SEE ALSO WALXING 

WOMAN RUNS 2,725 MILES ACROSS AUSTRALIA 

12 BRITISH SEAMEN WILL RUN TO RAISE MO^€Y FOR CHARITY 

FAfJFARE: BDJEFIT ROAD RACE 

UPHILL CLIMB 

Rl*(, OR walk: if you like, for HEALTH! CITY OF MEDICINE ROAD RACE... 

RUNNER'S HIGH MAY MASK HEART DISEASE 

Hinir« THE WAU 

AND THEY'RE OFF' 

A GLANCE AT - CLASSICS PAST 

'CLASSIC WEATHER' 

LAW OFFICER'S BEARING OLYMPIC TOR'CHES 

N.C. liKIMAN PLANNING TO RUN 10,610 MILES AROUND UNITED STATES 

RLIN TO F'ROMOTE FITfCSS 

THRILL AND AGONY; OLYMPIC RUNNER'S WIFE HAS SEEN IT ALL 

ANNUAL PREDICTION RUN SCHEDULED FOR SEF'T. 19 

PREDICTION RUN FORMS AVAILABLE AT PARKS AND RECRf ATIGN OFFICE 

RUNNER COLLAPSES. DIES IN DUK'E FOREST 

AUTOPSY FAILS TO REVEAL CAUSE OF RUNNER'S DEATH 

MCPHER-SON KOSF'ITAL'3 AN^A.iAL 5K BB€FIT RUN TS SUNDAY 

FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD 

FOOTFALLS RACE TO BE RUN fJOV. 8 

CAUSE OF RUWSR'S DEATH UNBETER'MINED 

BARETO WINS ROAD RACE 

LONG-DISTANCE TaEF^HONE CALLS 
SEE TELEPHONE RATES 
SEE TELEF'HONES, DURHAM 
SEE TELEPHONES, N.C. 
SEE TELEF'HONES, U.S. 

LONG MEADOW PARK 

OCMICAL SPILL IWESTIGATED 

DCMICAL SPILL 'CORRECTED' 

CHEMICAL IN CR'EEK IICNTIFIED AS SOLVE^fT 

LONG-TERM CARE INSIJRANCE 

SEE ALSO CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS 

SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO IN'a'RANCE 
HEALTH AGE'CY PUTS OUT rajIDE ON LONG-TER-M CARE INSURANCE 
FINANCING ELDERLY'S LONG-TERM CAPE LIKELY HOTTEST SOCIAL DEBATE 

LONGEVITY 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



H 


--1 


2/13/1987 B 


2 T F 051 


H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 


•-> 




1/04/1987 C 
1/04/1987 C 
1/06/1987 A 
1/06/1987 A 
1/13/1987 B 
10/07/1987 A 


1 N 
1 P N 
1 P N W82 
1 N 
16 N 
6 N 



H 2 12/15/1987 D 4 N 
H 2 3/10/1987 A 4 E 



H 


2 


1/03/1987 A 


16 N 


H 


? 


3/14/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


4/09/1987 D 


4 N 


H 


2 


4/11/1987 C 


1 P P F70 


H 


2 


4/16/1987 D 


5 N C60 


H 


n 

^ 


4/28/1987 B 


5 N 


3 


O 


5/02/1987 A 


1 P P F70 


H 


2 


5/03/1987 C 


1 P P F70 


H 


■^ 


5/12/1987 D 


5 P P )(77 


S 




5/13/1987 C 


1 P P KIO 


H 


3 


5/20/1987 B 


1 N 


H 




6/22/1987 B 


7 P N 


S 


2 


6/23/1987 A 


4 E 


H 




6/29/1987 A 


6 U G78 


S 


O 


9/01/1987 D 


4 N A76 


S 


2 


9/08/1987 D 


6 N 


H 


1 

^ 


9/27/1987 C 


1 N 080 


H 


T 


9/29/1987 C 


4 N 080 


H 


2 


10/17/1987 C 


16 N 


H 


■y 


10/19/1987 A 


1 P P U62 


H 


2 


10/25/1987 C 


11 N 


H 


■-1 


10/'30/1987 C 


1 N 080 


H 


n 


11/16/1987 D 


4 N 



H 2 12/19/1987 C 3 N 
S 2 12/19/1987 A 2 N B85 
H 2 12/20/1987 B 12 N 



H 2 7/12/' 1987 C 7 N 
H 2 11/23/1987 B 1 Q 



4 



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12/31/1937 



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1/21/88 

S I T 

E L Y 

C -FG L P BYL 



SEE LIFE EXPECTANCY 

LONGWCOD COLLEGE ^ 
yANCE EDUCATOR RECOGNIZEB 

LOCK HOiCUARD, ANGEL (BOCK AND PLAY) 

UOLFE: his fans converge on 'F-ULPIT HILL' 

LORELEIS (MUSIC GROUP) 

RED CLAY RAMBLERS' REUNION 
ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE 

LORILLARD CORP. 

LIGGETT FAyORED IN LIABILITY CASE 

CfflJRT RULES AGAINST LW1 ON INFORMATION-SHARING ISSUE 

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 
SEE ALSO CALIFORNIA 
FT£ SHOJLD SEE HOMELESS 

LOS ANGELES DODfXRS 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
OVERREACTING TO BLUNDER 

"""^ '^Wm SAYS^AKERS THINKING QUICK SWEEP OF SUPERSONICS 
UORTHY'S GAME PEAKS FOR NBA FIAYQFFS 
UWTHY LEADS BREAKIN' L.A. TO 1-0 MARGIN 
CELTICS STAY ALIVE, DUMP LAKERS BY 15 
LAKERS ANTICIPATE HOME, SUEET HOME 
ON THE ROAD AGAIN! CELTICS NOT THE SAME 
VICTIKY HOP 

UIWTHY'S RETURN TOPS NBA SHOW 

Ks SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS TO SUDDEN LOSING STREAK 
lS^ FIND REPEATING AS CHAW^S A ROAD FUU OF POTHOLES, PITFWJ.S 

LOS LOBOS (MUSIC GROUP) ^ „ . „™ 

LOBOS, EDMUNDS DISAFfOINT, BUT BLONDE HAS A GEM 

LOST AND FOUND 

KINDERGARTEN CASH RETURNED TO OWNER .,r...,r.^„ 
LOST TICKET COSTS COUPLE $1.73 MILLION LOHERY WINNINGS 

LONG-LOST LETTERS DELIVERED TO 33 OF 92 FORMER SOLDIERS 

A TREASURE RETRIEVED 

IRS TRIES TO RCTURN DURHAM REFUNDS 

DURHAM'S GCfflD SA^RITAN 

TH\EE YEARS LATER, LOST CAT RETURNS 

VISITOR THANKS DURHAM COUPLE FOR FINDING, RETURNING PURSE 

LOST COLONY 

SEE ALSO OUTDOOR DRAMAS 
GROUP WOJLD MAKE SIR WALTER PROUD 
ROANIKE BEING ENHANCED 
•THE WHITE DOE' 

"JHITE DOE' BALLET SET SATURDAY IN CHAF'EL HILL 
SUN DIAL 

>W£ LOST COLONY' AT 50 
VE^€R■ABLE DRAMAS OPEN SEASONS 
50 YEARS OF TICKETS 
'LOST CaONY' BEGINS 50TH SEASON 

400TH BIRTHDAY BASH! N.C. TO MARK VIPBINIA DARE'S BIRTHDAY... 
AMERICA'S 400TH-REi€MBER THAT7-URAPS UP IN AUGUST 
Tl€ COLONISTS RETURN 

CLRRENT 'LOST COLONY' PROFESSIONAL THROUGHOUT 
OLD-TIME MUSIC IS PLAYING AT STAGUILLE 
PLAQl£ UNVEILED ON 400TH BIRTHDAY OF VIRGINIA DARE 

LOST IN AfCRICA (FILM) 

BROOKS' YUFflES NOT 'LOST,' JUST RESTLESS 



H 2 12/31/1987 B 2 N 
S 2 5/07/1987 D 1 P F B71 



S 2 11/19/1987 D 1 P F B71 
H 2 11/29/1987 D 8 I 



S 2 1/12/1987 A 1 H 
S 2 12/07/1987 C 1 N 



S 2 9/16/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 4/14/1987 A 4 E 



H 


2 


5/25/1987 D 


4 


N 


S 


o 


5/27/1987 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


6/03/1987 D 


1 F 


• N 


H 


2 


6/12/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


6/13/1987 D 


1 f 


• N 


H 


2 


6/14/1937 B 


1 F 


■ N 


H 


2 


6/16/1987 D 


1 P P 


S 


2 10/26/1987 D 


9 


N A76 


H 


2 12/11/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


12/13/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


2/27/1987 D 


9 


R L37 


H 


9 


2/13/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


5/27/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


8/03/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


9/29/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


n 


11/10/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


9 


U/18/1987 A 


1 


N IJ82 


H 


9 


12/01/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


12/07/1987 C 


1 


P N P38 


S 


2 


12/07/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


1/31/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


J-) 


2/02/1987 A 


4 


L 


3 


2 


4/30/1987 D 


6 F P 


H 




5/01/1987 B 


6 P N 


S 


/^ 


5/30/1987 C 


1 


G 


H 


7 


6/07/1987 D 


10 


P F IJ66 


H 


O 


6/12/'1987 D 


6 


I y66 


H 


2 


6/13/1987 A 


12 


P P 


S 


2 


6/15/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


n 


6/24/1987 A 


6 P N C80 


H 


9 


7/07/1987 B 


7 


U W66 


H 


9 


7/12/1987 D 


1 


T F R56 


H 


9 


7/12/1987 D 


2 


P R H45 


H 


2 


3/11/1987 B 


3 P U U66 


H 


9 


3/19/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


10/09/1987 D 


7 


P R L59 



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PAGE1204 
1/21/8J 

S I T 

E L Y 

-MTE — C -PG L P BYL 



LOTTERIES 

SEE (tSO GAMELL'« 
SEE ALSO RAFFLES 

ASSEilBLY WILL BE COfffT^-ONTEIi WITH GAtlBLING 

LOTTERY, PARI-mjTlfEL SCLD SEPARATELY 

LOTTERY UNFtlPULAR WITH LAlfilAKERS 

N.C. LOTTER'Y REMAINS Utff-Of-ULAR 

PAPER, CHAPEL HILL ,1AN SETTLE SUIT 

N.Y. LOTTERY UINfCR VISITS NIECE IN IHMlAM 

VA. LOTTERY INCREASES PRESSURE FOR ONE IN N.C. 

VOTER'S SHGIO KCIHE IF STATE TO HAVE LOTTERY 

LET J}€ F'EOPLE DECIDE 

NORTH CARtllNA '£EI« 'FRIENIIY LOTTERY' 

POLL HOLIiS 3LWRISES ABOUT N.C. OPINIONS 

GE?£RAL ASSEhl-lY ACTS C^ C0NTRWER3IAL ISSUES 

POLL SHOWS Sb'PF-ORT FOR N.C. LOTTERY 

LOTTERY REFEREf-IDUM DIES IN SENATE COWITTEE 

UHAT ARE T^£Y AFRAID OF? 

HEALTH CARE BONDS 

LOST TICKET MAY COST MOORE COU^JTY COUPLE A FORTUNE 

VOTING FECORDS SHOULIi BE ELECTION ISSUE 

DOG (VffI HORSE RACING BEST LEFT OUT Cf STATE 

LEGISLATORS SCALING DOWN ^EW F-R-CGRAftS 

VIRGINIA TAKES A GAMBLE 

VA. VOTE MAY SFEEIi UP N.C. AFffiOVAL OF LOTTERY 

GOV. MARTIN REMAINS OFP-OSED TO LOTTERY 

LOTTERY TICKETS 
SEE ALSO TICKETS 
A STATE LOTTERY W3ULD HURT CHILDRej MOST 
LOST TICKET COSTS COUPIE il.78 MILLION LOTTERY yifiNINGS 
LAW OFFICERS SEAP BOUNTIPX HARi,EST OF M.ARIX'ANA PLANTS 
cm UORj<ER' CHARGED WITH HAUL'* MARIJUANA 

LOTUS II#I RESTA^ANT 

FIRE DAMAC'ES CHAFEL HILL CAFE 

FIRE DAMAGES KITCHB^ OF LOTbS IM RESTAURANT 

LOU GEW^IG'S DISEASE 

SEE AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS 

LOUISBt^, N.C. 

LOIISBURG FDLICE PROBING ARMED ROBBERY AT STORE 

SQUIRRa CWJS WIRE, CAUSES OUTAGE 

REWARD POSTED IN WIMCW SHOOTING 

IT'S TIfE FOR 'WHISTLING IN LCUIBBUFlS 

LOUNffi FIRE IN LOUISBUR-Q I.'^ESTIGATHi 

OUTIiOOR CONCERT Sj^TED SUNDAY NEAR LOUISBUR'G 

TELEVISION TAKEN IN LOUISBUR'G BREAK-IN 

FIRE ItSTR-OYS LAUNIiRY AND CAR WASH 

LOJISBLTO TO GET FM RADIO STATION 

FOUR APPLICATIONS RECEIVED FOR LOUISBUR'G FM STATION 

FIRE rtSTROYS SAW MILL BUILDING IN LOUISBUR'G 

DEER SMASHES Um AUTO SHOWROOM 

LOIISHJR'G Gas $30,000 STATE GRANT 

TV STOLEN FROM OFFICE 

TWIEE GRANVILLE t^ ARRESTED FOLLOWING CHASE IN FRANKLIN 

BREAK-IN IS REPORTED AT LCXHSBLKG STORE 

PUNY PIf€S SPOIL LOUISBUR'G DRIVE 

ROBBERY IWESTIGATED 

A FRAMaiN COUWY CWI3TT1AS TRADITION TO BE DIStCD UP FRIDAY... 

L0UISBL5?G, N.C, ELECTIONS 

FOUR FILE FOR LOUISBL35G COUNCIL SEATS 
FOUR SEEKING POSTS IN LOUISBUR'G 
TVREE ELECTED TO LOUISBURG P-OSTS 

LOUISBi.^, N.C, LOCAL OPTION ELECTIONS 
SEE LOJISBURG, N.C, ELECTIONS 



s 


2 


1/01/1987 A 


6 


J R53 


s 


2 


1/02/1987 A 


12 


J R53 


H 




1/04/1987 A 


13 


N 


s 


T 


1/07/1987 C 


4 


n 


H 


O 


1/30/1987 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 


1/31/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


3/05/1987 D 


J 


N 


s 


2 


3/09/1987 A 


4 


c 


H 


9 


3/14/ 1937 A 


4 


£ 


H 


9 


3/30/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


4/25/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


n 


4/30/1987 A 


J 


J R53 


s 


-> 


5/08/1987 B 


8 


J R53 


H 


2 


5/21/1987 C 


6 


N 


S 


-T 


5/22.'1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


3/25/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


5/26/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


A/18/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


7/03/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


'1 


7/13/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


O 


11/04/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 




11/05/1987 B 


1 F 


• N L40 


H 


2 


11/06/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/23/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


■7 


5/27/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


7/08/1987 B 


3 


N ElO 


H 


ry 


7/08/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


2/17/1987 A 


9 


N 080 


H 


2 


2/17/1987 C 


O 

^ 


N 080 



H 




1/06/1987 B 


L N 


H 




3/10/1*^7 B 


L N 


H 




4/09/1987 B 


I N 


H 




4/24/1987 B 


I N ;-)60 


H 




4/24/1987 B ' 


: N 


H 




5/02,' 1987 C 


I N 


H 




5/21/1987 B 


I N 


H 




5/28/1987 B 


L N 


H 




6/25/1987 B 


I N 


H 




7/21/1987 C 


N 


H 




7/30/1987 B : 


! N 


H 




9/16/1987 C 


N 


H 




11/20/1987 B \ 


N 


H 




11/25/1987 C ; 


i H 


H 




12/02/1987 C 


N 


H 




12/'02/'1937 C 1 


N 


S 




12/-C9/1987 C 1- 


1 N 


H 




12/12/1987 C ; 


i N 


H 




12/24/1987 B ] 


N H60 


H 




8/08/1987 C ] 


N 


H 




10/31/1987 C 1 


N 


H 




11/04/1987 C I 


N 



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1/01/1937 - 12/31/1937 



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PAGE1205 
1/21/38 

S I T 

E L Y 

C -PG L P BYL 



LOUISBURG AREA CH)!(MBER OF COMMERCE ^ ^^ ,,..„^n 
SEE LOUISBURG/FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COriMER-CE 

LOUISBURG CITY COUNCIL 

SEE LOUISBURG TOWN COUNCIL 

LOUIbB^G^COLLEGE^^^^ GEARS UP FOR 200TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY 
LOUISBURG COLLEGE TO MARK ITS BICENTEfWIAL ON SATURDAY 
LOUISBURG college: a LESSON IN SURVIVAL 
EDITORIAL WAS AF'PRECIATEIi ^_ 

FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER HONORS LOUISBURG COLLEGE 
LOUISBURG COLLEGE SETS BICENTENNIAL WEEK 
LIGHTING LOUISBURG COLLEGE TORCH 
RADIO EQUIFICNT STOLEN AT COLLEGE 
LOUISBURG COLLEGE GAINS *7,500 FtEIGE 
people; 2 DURHAM STUDENTS HAVE 4,0 GPAS AT LOUISBURG 

LOUISBl^G COLLEGE, ENROLLMENT 

MANY PRIVATE COLLEGES IN N.C. REPORT ENROLUCNT UP 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE FOLK MUSIC AND DANCE FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO CRAFT SHOWS 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
FOLK MUSIC, DANCE FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD IN LOUISBURG 

LOUISBUR-G COLLEGE FOUffiiERS' DAY 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE GEARS UP FOR 200TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY 
LOUISBURG COLLEGE TO MARK ITS BICENTENNIAL ON SATURDAY 
LOUISBURG college: a LESSON IN SURVIVAL 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE SPORTS 

ALFORD, HOOSIERS SINK MICHIGAN 

PURDIE DOWNS CARDS, RAISES RECORD TO 14-1 

WAKE WINS WILD ONE IN OT 

ROBINSON'S BUnER SHOT BEATS UNC-U 

LOUISBURG ROLLS 

LOJISBURG COLLEGE SFGRTS, BASEBALL 
fanfare: LOUISBURG SWEEPS 
fanfare: LOUISBURG BALL 
fanfare: JACKETS CLINCH 
fanfare; 'CANES TAKE TOURNEY 
LOUISBURG TAKES REGION 10 TITLE 
LOUISBURG ROLLS TO 14-1 VICTORY 
fanfare: LOUISBURG CLOSING IN 

fanfare: j.c. world series 

hurricanes showing signs of destiny's darling 

louisburg eliminated 

louisburg college sports, baskitball 
louisburg 98, pih cc 62 
sharft's tip saves louisburg 
louisburg 95, r. bland 57 
l'burg 81, lenoir 79 ot 
louisburg (w) 95, prince george 51 
louisbufg (u) 95, prince george 51 
louisburg (w) 96, essex 68 
louisburg 68, hagerstoun 63 
louisburg upsets allegany's quest 
lojisburg 100, mattatuck (conn.) 63 

louisburg elementary school 

thievts hit two louisburg schools 



S 
H 
H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1/20/1987 B 
1/21/1987 C 
1/23/1987 A 
2/05/1987 A 
3/13/1987 B 
3/22/1987 C 
3/24/1987 B 
5/06/1987 C 
6/13/1987 C 



N 

N H60 

E 

L 

N H60 

N H60 
1 P P S76 
1 N 
3 N 



H 2 6/25/1987 B 4 N 



H 2 8/25/1987 A 11 N 



H 1 11/06/1987 C 1 N H60 



LOUISBURG FIRE [£FT. 

LOUISBURG FIRE DOG HAS HIS DAY 
LOUISBURG FIREMAN REF'ORTS THEFT, 



GETS RESULTS 



3 


2 


1/20/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


1 


1/21/1987 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


T 


1/23/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/13/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 




1/19/1937 B 


4 


N 


H 


-i 


1/29/1987 D 





N 


H 


T 


2/01/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/07/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


T 


3/22/1987 B 


12 


N 


H 


2 


5/01/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/03/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


5/04/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


O 


5/10/1987 B 


J 


N 


H 


9 


5/16/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


O 


5/17/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


i. 


5/18/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/22/1987 C 


1 


P N B13 


H 


2 


5/25/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


o 

^ 


12/03/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 




12/06/1937 C 


3 


N 


H 


9 


12/03/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


9 


12/10/1987 D 


9 


N 


H 


9 


12/12/1987 D 


9 


N 


H 


n 


12/12/1987 D 


9 


N 


H 


9 


12/13/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


rs 


12/13/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


9 


12/14/1937 D 


o 


N 


H 


9 


12/20/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 


2/25/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


6/12/1987 B 


1 


T N H60 


H 


1 


9/19/1987 C 


4 


N 



LOUISBLKG HIGH SCHOOL 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1997 



SUBJECTS 



THIEVES HIT TUO LOUISEURG SCHOOLS 
COMFUTER'S TAKEN FRtlM HIGH SCHOOL 
TUO SCHOOLS IN FRANKLIN GET BOMB THREATS 
JUVENILE ARRESTED IN BOMB THREAT 

LOUISBURG PaiCE DEPT. 

POLICE CHIEF'S HOME IS RANSACKEIi 
LOUISBUR'G CHIEF TAKES MEDICAL LEAVE 

LOUISBt^G SENIOR CITIZeiS CENTER 

LCWISBURG GETS *30,000 STATE GRANT 

LOUISBUR-G TOWN COLiNCIL 

LOUISBORG CHIEF TAKES MEDICAL LEAVE 

LOUISBURG TOUN COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 

FOUR FILE FOR LOUISBURG COUNCIL SEATS 
FOUR SEEKING FflSTS IN LOUISEURG 
TmEE ELECTED TO LOUISBURG POSTS 

LOUISBURG/FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
JORDAN TO SPEAK AT FRANKLIN MEETING 
FRANKl-IN CHAMBER BANQUET FO. 20 
FRANKLIN CHAMBER'S BANQUET SET MARCH 6 
RANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER HONOR'S LOUISBURG COLLEGE 
LOUISBURG-FRANKLIN CHAMBER TO CELEBRATE lOPH ANNR-ERSARY 

LOUISIANA 

SEE ALSO CAJbtJS 

'PHILOSOPHY OF SCIDJCE' INSTRUCTION NEEDED 
FT. 6RAJ3G TEAM SENT TO ATLANTA PRISON SITE 

LOUISIANA STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
TIGER'S SHOCK DEF'AUL 

LOUVRE MUSEUM 

LOUVRE ENTRANCE ARCHITECT SEEKS CHARLOTTE JOB 

LOVASTATIN 

SEE ALSO CHOLESTEROL 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 
ANTI-CHOLESTEROL DRUG TO BE MADE IN WILSON 
DUKE DOCTORS STUDYING DRUG THAT LOICRS CHOLESTEROL 



LOVE 

SEE ALSO ROMANCE (GENERAL HEADING) 
MEDIEVAL LOVE IS EXFIORED IN LECTURE SERIES 
THE ART OF LOVE! MUSEUM SERIES REVEALS MIDDLE AGES' 
LOVE IS... REFLECTIONS 
NEGLECT IS NO WAY TO LOVE 

LOVE AND FCCKETS (BAND) 

rockets; JAMMING TOO LONG, GLOOM TOO MUCH 

LOVE STRE«1S (FILM) 

QUIRKT ACTING WORTH 



'OTHER SIDE' 



■LOVE STREAMS' EXHAUSTION 



LOU CAP, N.C. 

FIREiCN SHOT ATJ TWO BODIES FOUND IN BURNING HOUSE 

SURRY COUNTY MAN HURT IN SHOOTOUT; TWO BODIES FOUND AT BURNED HOfC 



LOU HOUSE 

MOVING A 147-YEAR-OLD HOME? 



ADVICE IS TO TAKE IT SLOW, EASY 



LOU-INCOMt ENERGY ASSISTANCE PR13GRAM 

SEE ALSO HEATING FUELS, FEDERAL AID TO NEEDY 
SEE ALSO SHARE THE WARMTH PROGRAM 
N.C. NEEDY LEFT IN COLD SEEKING E^€RGY BILL HRP 
CUT IN FF;0GRAM seen THREATENING FUEL AID IN N.C. 
HELMS FUMES 0'»€R 'LEWD' COMICS, AIIS MONEY 



FAGE1204 
1/21/88 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 1 2/25/1987 C 1 N 

H 1 4/13/1987 C 1 N 

H 1 4/25/1987 B 1 N 

H 1 4/29/1987 B 1 N 



1 7/21/1987 C 
1 12/17/1987 B 



1 



H 1 11/20/1987 B 1 N 
H 1 12/17/1987 B 2 N 



H 1 8/08/1987 C 1 N 
H 1 10/31/1987 C 1 N 
H 1 11/04/1987 C 1 N 



1 1/03/1987 B 

2 2/06/1987 B 
1 2/26/1987 B 
1 3/13/1987 B 
1 4/16/1987 B 



H 2 1/22/1987 A 
H 2 11/26/1987 A 



N 
N 
N 

N H60 
N H60 



H 2 3/21/1987 D 2 P N M14 
H 2 8/2'0/1987 C 22 N 



H 2 9/04/1987 B 7 N 
H 2 9/27/1987 D 14 N D80 



S 2 5/07/1987 D 7 P N 

H 2 5/08/1987 D 1 P F W66 

H 2 5/'31/1987 C 1 P P L38 

H 2 6/04/1987 A 4 U G33 



H 2 11/20/1987 D 3 R L37 
H 2 10/16/1987 D 6 P R L59 



2 11/12/1987 C 
2 11/13/1987 C 



2 12/'01/1987 A 



7 N 
6 P N 



S 2 2/21/1987 A 3 N 
H 2 10/10/1987 B 4 N 
H 2 10/15/1987 B 5 N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12.'31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



DEAriLII€ LOOMS FOR ENERGY rCNEY 
DEADLINE TODAY TO SEEK FUa AID 
DURHAM tCEDS PUBLIC HELP FOR ENERGY FUND 

LOU-INCOhE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORP. 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

Of€-DAY HOUSING CONFERENCE HELD ON NEW AGENDA, FINANCING 

N.C. HOUSING FOUND LACKING 

BRINGING N.C. HOUSING UP TO STAiNIiARD ALSO RAISES h£NT 

LOU INTENSITY WAR 

SEE ALSO GUERRILLA WARFARE 
SEE ALSO UAR 
LOU INTENSITY UAR CONTINUES CARNAGE 

'■^"^'fREE ADVICe'dN jobs brings flood of calls to CHICAGO COMPANY 
IVAN BOESKT LUCKY PJQUA STUDENTS DIDN'T IMPOSE FINE 
FIRM'S SIGN MISLEADING AND PRESUMPTUOUS 
LOWE'S TO BUY UP COMMON STOCK 

LOWE'S SALES RISE lOX, EARNINGS 75! FOR QUARTER _ 
FORBES ARTICLE TELLS HOW CLAY HAMNER PUTS DEALS TOGETHER 
COURT OF APPEALS UF'HOLDS REVERSAL OF LOWE'S REZONING 
16 LOWE'S STORES TO BE aOSED 

LOWE'S FOOD INC. 

GROCERY MERGER NIXED 



LOWE'S GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

FESTIVAL ITEMS 

LOWE'S GROVE COMMUNITY 

LEGION POST, FOUNDATION SWAP LAND 

LOWE'S GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
SPOTLESS 
ART FROM PAPER 

8 STUDENTS HOSPITALIZED WITH ILUJESS 
LOWE'S GROVE STUDENTS THOUGHT TO HAVE HAD VIRUS 
FOOD NOT THE CAUSE OF STUICNTS' I LL^JESS— HEALTH DEPARTMENT 
SIEET II£A ^_ 

GROWTH EXPECTED TO KEEP PRESSURE ON SCHOOL SYSTEM 

LOWE'S GROVE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
SCIENCE WINNERS 

LOWE'S GROVE NAMES HONOR STUDENTS 
LOWE'S GR'CVE STUDENTS WIN SCIENCE FAIR AWARDS 
STUDENTS WIN 4 AWARDS 
SCHOOL PRINCIPAL GETS NEW JOB 
STUDENTS' CLOTHES STIR RACIAL TENSION 
STUDENT CHOSEN FOR MATHCOUNTS TEAM IN N.C. 
QUILTING BEE 
MATH COUNTS 

PRINCIPALS APPOINTED FOR SIX COUNTY SCHOOLS 
LOWE'S GR-OVE NAMES STUDENTS TO HONOR ROLLS 
MISS RIGSBEE GETS CHEERLEADING AWARD 
LOWE'S GR'OVE AZALEAS 
SWEET TASTE OF SUCCESS 
TEAM WORK 

LOWE'S GROWE HONOR ROLL STUDENTS NAMED 
DRESS CODE TOO STRICT 

LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL 

SEE LOtC'S GRWE ELEME^JTARY SCHOOL 

LOWE'S INVESTMENT CORP. 

SEE LOWE'S COMPANIES, INC. 



-DATE- 



PAGE1207 
1/21/38 

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



S 2 11/24/1987 A 6 N 
H 2 11/25/1987 C 5 N 
S 2 1-2/21/1987 A 1 N M06 



S 2 12/04/1987 B 12 N 
S 2 12/28/1987 A 8 Q 
S 2 12/29/1987 A 8 Q 



H 


9 


3/31/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


1/01/1987 D 


4 P U L41 


H 




2/05/1987 D 


5 P U L41 


H 


n 


5/13/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


6/18/1987 D 


8 N 


H 




8/30/1987 D 


15 N 


H 


9 


12/'06/1987 D 


11 P U L41 


H 


2 


12/16/1987 C_ 


2 N L40 


H 


2 


12/19/1987 A 


13 N 



H 2 12/24/1987 A 14 N 



S 2 10/22/1987 A 6 P P M66 



H 2 8/29/1987 C 1 N M97 



2/'07/1987 
3/04/1987 
5/13/1987 
5/13/1987 
5/14/1987 
11/20/198" 



1 P 

1 P 
1 

1 
1 

2 P 



H 2 12/17/1987 B 1 



3/06/1987 C 
3/11/1987 A 
3/31/1987 C 
3/31/1987 A 
4/07/1987 B 
4/25/1987 A 
4/23/1987 A 
4/28/1987 B 
5/05/1987 C 
6/13/1987 
6/27/1987 
7/06/1987 
10/15/1987 
11/15/1987 
11/16/1987 
12/02/1987 
12/04/1987 



4 P 

7 

4 

3 

5 

1 

6 

1 P 

3 P 

1 

12 
10 

7 P 
14 P 

1 P 
IS 

4 



P K30 
P T37 
N L41 
N S92 
N 

P T32 
N J40 



P T37 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S92 

N 

P M66 

P L38 

N 

N 

N 

D 

P 
P 

N 
L 



S76 
L38 



LU ANN HA»>TON LAVERTY OBERLANICR (PLAY) 



-LX630- 



HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX B 
1/01/1987 - 12A31/1987 



SUBJECT 



PERCEPTIONS OF WOfCN T}£ME IN 1937 PLAYFEST 
'LU fm'i A LIFT FKCfl DOWN HOME 
THIS 'LU Af^' HAS GUiPTIOJ 

LUCKY STRIKE CIGAPETTES 

•SP-EED' RIGGS LUaY STRIKE PROMOTER DIES 
LUCKY STRIM INGFOID/TS AKE EVIDENCE 

UFKIN-RULE OF APEX 

CLOSINGS riREU FUND'S ATTENTICW TO STATE 

imiEE INDIANS 

SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C. 
FTOTESTERS REQUEST SPECIAL PROSECUTOR TO INI^STIC-ATE RCBESON 3HCOTIf«3. 
RELATR€S SAY SLAIN LlllBEE TOLD THEM HE !JA3 AFRAID FW: HIS LTFE 
N.C. CIVIL LIBE.'^TIES GROL^ AS^EES TO *€LP' F(WILY OF SLAIN LUMBEE 
OFFICIALS TO FTOEE R-QBESON INDIAN SH0CTI^«3 
JUSTICE DEPARTMENT U&N'T INVESTIGATE SLAYINB IN RCBESON 
RAaY HELD TO F-R;OTEST [£ATH OF LL'MBtE 
PLANfCRS OF RflBESON PRIDTEST ,1AR'CH WANT NATIONAL ATTENTION 
FESTIVAL CELEBRATES INDIAN CULrLKE 
aWXF PLAN'S EASTER YAfXM TO FRBTEST INDIAN'S DEATH 
JUSTICE DEPARTMENT CCf^IICRlING UWESTIGATION OF ROBESON SLAYIMj 
'lEAILIEST' PRCSEDjTOR RUNS IN R-QBESCN XTCiSHIP RACE 
LL?1KE TRIBE SEEKS FEDERAL RECOGNITION 

LIMER INOJSTRY 

SEE ALSO FOR-EST FIRES, BURHiVI 

SEE (^SO FORESTRY 

SEE ALSO FORESTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO LUMEER>^KS 

SEE ALSO TIMBER 

SEE ALSO TREES 

STUDY PAINTS GRIM FUTURE FOR TIMBER H«?VESTS, XBS 

STUDY SAYS SOUTH MAY FACE tCOD SttORTAlS 

Ll^KR COMPANY TO BUILD t2.5 MILLION FIANT IN VANCE 

HEAVY RAINS If^EDE LOGGING 

ARROyOOD PLANT MAKES FIRST LUMBER SHIPtCNT 

F(S£ST SER-VICE SAID HLiP'TIf« TIMBER BUSINESS 

LUMBER RIVER 

STREAMS OVERFLOW IN STATE 

RIVERS CONTINl£ TO CVERELOU IN N.C. 

LAU MAY BUff DURHAM OFF LIST FOR INCINERATOR 

EPA BEGINS .RE-vflEJING STATE'S WASTE PRKRAM 

EFA POSTFOtCS HEARING CN N.C. UASTE AUrntS,'ITY 

LUMBER'JACKS 

SEE fiLSO LUMBER' INDUSTRY 
CHOP! CHOP! MODERN-DAY LUMBERJAGSS LET CHIP'S FLY 

LUMiOTCN, N.C. 

HIRING OF WtNDICAPF-ED IS MISSICN OF LUMEERT-3N :SCHOCL 

HOUSE FIRE ENK ?0-MINfJTE SIEGE IN LUMPERTCN 

SOUTfCRN NATIONAL BANK ACGUIRING UNION NATIONAL BAf*, IN OXFORD 

PUH.IC SCHOX FUNDING SYSTEI IS r.KAl I F;s'i'FTl 

ROBESON PARENTS TO CCNTINI^ P'-JSH FOR SCHOOL MERGER' 

LI^IBERTON POLICE DEPT. 

LLfiBERTON F'aiCE (FFICER i«UNIO 

LUMIfJARIA 

Ha.IDAY ACTIVITIES START TO SUING 

ELON COLL£!£ TO HAVE TRAHITIONAL Ll^INARIES 

HILLSBCRttUGH BY CANIIELIGHT 

HCLIMY GLOJ AT ELON COLLEGE 

ENLLafTEfJI?* EXPERIEhCE 

LIGHTING UP TFE NIGHT 

LUMLEY ROAD 



PA6E1208 
1/21/38. 

S I T 

ELY 
— DATE — C -P-G L P SYL 

1/30/1987 D 2 F U46 
3/06/1987 D 7 R 1466 
3/14/1987 A 8 P R S71 



H 2 2/02/1987 C 2 
H 2 9/18/1987 B 5 N 



H 2 2/13/1987 B 3 N RSO 



H 


o 


1/04/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


1/05/1987 B 


-J 


N 


H 


2 


1/11/1937 C 


6 


N 


S 


1 


1/27/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


1/'31/1987 A 


14 


N 


S 


o 


2/13/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


2/15/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/20/1987 B 


1 


P F 


S 


2 


4/15/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


O 


4/16/1987 D 


12 


N 


H 


9 


11/15/1987 B 


1 


P N 


H 


T 

^ 


12/17/1987 C 


20 


N 



G59 



s 

H 
H 
H 
H 
S 


2 1/02/1987 C 
2 1/03/1967 B 
1 3/27/1987 B 
1 4/23/1987 B 

1 5/01/1987 B 

2 12/09/1987 C 


3 N 

5 N 
1 N 

6 N 
1 N 
3 N 


H 
H 

H 
H 
H 


2 3/03/1987 A 
2 3/04/1937 A 
2 9/13/19'37 C 
2 11/11/1987 B 
2 12/25/1987 B 


1 P N 
8 N 
1 N 046 
4 P N 
1 N 



H 2 11/01/1987 C 1 P N P38 



H 2 1/25/1987 B 6 

H 2 3/19/1987 A 11 

H 1 4/17/1987 B 1 

S 2 9/16/1987 C 6 

H 2 10/17/1987 C 3 



H 1 3/18/1987 C 



s 


2 12/02./ 1987 B 


1 P F S27 


H 


1 12/05/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 12/07/1987 C 


3 P P C45 


H 


1 !2y'-09/1987 C 


1 P P .166 


H 


2 12/'10/1987 B 


2 P P i166 


H 


2 12/15/1987 C 


3 P P L38 



-tX630- 



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



SUBJECTS 



CONDEMNATION SOUGHT FOR SEUER PRtlJECT LAND 
SEWER-LAND CONteiNING IS ICLAYED 

LUNAR ECLIPSE 

SEE ALSO EaiPSES 
ECLIPSE HIOaiGHTS APRIL ^ _^^ ^^^ 

TMD ECLIPSES OF STAR'S ON UIEU IN SEPT, SKY 



LUNCH 



SCHOO. LUNCHES, WEALTHY 2. 
GOODBYE TO BOLOGNA! 



SAFE 



LUNG CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, tCALTH EFFECTS 

HIGH COl^T DECLINES TOBACCO CASE 

DEATH ENDS SMOKER'S SUIT AGAINST FIRM 

UtBWIED ABOUT RADON? TAR HEEL BUSI^€SS OFFERS KIME TEST 

AMERICAN BRANDS WINS SUIT DELAY 

TOBACCO LIABILin SUITS ARE AGAIN GOING TO TRIM. 

STUDY SU3GESTS TESTING p-EOPLE OVER 65 FOR LUNG CANCER 

LABEL RUING SHIELUS LIGGEH 

LiM EXPECTS COURT RU.DJG TO LIMIT SUITS 

COJRT Ra£Ii CORRECTLY ON TOBACCO WARNINGS 

EX-DUKE MEDICAL PROFESSOR INDICTED FOR MURDER ^ _ ^^^.^ 

SPEAKERS CITE DIFFICULTY IN MEASURING RISK OF 'INVOLUNTARY' SMOKE... 

LEAF COMF'ANY LAWYER LINKS SMOKING, CANCER 

HIGH COURT sums CIGARETTE MAKERS 

SMOKIttf THE SINGLE VILLAIN? 



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



LUNG DISEASES 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO EMPHYSEMA 

si ALSO UNIv!''oF°n!c™^PEDIATRIC FtJLMONARY SPECIALIZED CENTER OF RESEARCH 
UNC TO GET *6 MILLION FOR RESEARCH ON LUNG DISEASES OF CHILDRB^ H 
FOR MOM, HAVIhJG CHARLY HOME IS THE WORTH EFFORT H 

FUND DRU^ BEGUN FOR AILING II«^ANT H 

CONCERT SLATED TO AID CHILD'S FAMILY H 



LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS (DISEASE) „ 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
LU>US PATIENTS NEED SUPPORT GROUP 
OTHERS fCO GROUPS 

LUTES 

LUTENIST PLAYS SPANISH MUSEUM CONCERT 

MEANING OF HIGH COURT RULING MISINTEF:PRETED IN THE SUN 

MISSOJRI SYNOD LUTHERANS FtANNING NEW CHURCH IN SOUTHWEST DURHAM 

LUTHERAN FAMILY SERVICES 

M0NTA6NARDS ADJUSTING TO AMERICAN LIFE 

LUTfCRANS 

FEELING GOOD 

LUTHERAN GOAL! FIRST THE NAME, THEN THE CHURCH, FINALLY THE PEOPLE 

TWO amf^ WOMEN ELECTEIi TO STATE LUTHERAN LEADER-SHIP POSITIOhJS 

LUTRAVIL CO. 

SEE ALSO FREUI©«ERG i CO. „ ^^ „^, ^^ ^^^^ 

FLEA MARKET VENDORS WILL FIND NEW LAW PILES ON RED TAPE 
DON'T BLAME SAVE THE WATER 

PARTNERSHIP BUYOUT MAKES FREUDENBERG OWNER OF LUTBWIL 
HOT OIL IGNITES INSULATION, DAMAGES LUTRAVIL PLANT 
PRESIDENT OF LUTRAVIL CO. ELECTED 'rCAD OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
HAYS WILL LEAD CHAMBER OF COMiCRCE; STE HEAD NAMED TO VICE PRESIDENCY 



-DATE- 



PAGE1209 
1/21/88 

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



7/25/1987 A 
7/28/1987 B 



3/29/1987 D 
8/30/1937 D 



1 N MO<S 
1 N M06 



2 M N C60 
2 C N CjSO 



2 9/10/1987 C IDF ZU 
2 12/03/1987 E 1 P F C80 



1/13/1987 A 
1/28/1987 B 
2/05/1987 A 
8/16/1987 A 
8/13/1987 B 
3/22.'1987 D 
8/26/1987 A 
8/26/1987 A 
3/27/1987 
9/12/'1987 
9/22/1987 
l-2/'02/1987 
12/08/1987 
12/14/1987 



1 N 
8 P N 



13 
15 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N L41 

N U82 

E 

N 

N B85 

N 

N 

E 



2 1/01/1987 B 2 N U30 

2 5/07/1987 B 1 N 380 

2 5/12/1987 C 3 N 

1 6/03/1987 C 1 N 



2 3/03/1987 B 1 P F S27 
2 3/03/1987 B 1 N S27 



H 2 12/04/1987 D 3 P N 



S 2 7/25/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 9/05/1987 A 7 P N 



H 2 1/10/1987 A 12 N 



H 2 5/>D4/1987 B 9 P P F70 
H 2 8/22/1987 A 7 N 
H 2 10/10/1987 A 7 P N 



H 


2 8/13/1987 D 


5 P U L41 


H 


2 8/26/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 10/17/1987 A 


14 N 


S 


2 10/19/1987 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 12/11/1987 B 


1 P N L41 


S 


2 12/11/1987 C 


1 N U82 



LYE 



-LX630- 



M N T H L 



Y/ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



3 N.C. F-RISOfCRS DIE OMER WEEKBffi 

WATER LEAK CAUSES FUME 

GAS aOUD RISES AT WATER' FtANT AS LYE GETS WET 

PIONEERING SUF:GEF:Y GIVES 'v>ALUABLE LESSON 

LYING 

SEE ALSO FALSE TESTIhONY 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 
SEE ALSO POLYGRAPHS 

RRHAM FROGRArt GIVES OLIiER WORKERS A HAND IfJ JOB SEARCH 

STATE TRIMFtR 'FABRICATEIi' STORY OF GWiFIGHT 

TROOPER SHOU BE INDICTED 

LYTCHBURG ICTS (CHANGED TO RED SCX) 
SEE ALSO CAROLIfW LEAijUE 
BULLS BELITTLED, BUT SMITH HITS 
BUaS WIN 7-5; GOODEN UP hEXT 
BU_LS HIT GOODEN; BEAT fETS, 1-0 
BLLLS TlfllBLE, 8-1 
BILLS' UOES MOUNT IN 3-1 LOSS 
BLLLS FIND HITS, BUT NOT RUNS 
METS SLIDE BY BULLS, 5-4, IN 11 INNINGS 
BILLS MiCF' ANOTHER TO ICTS 
MILLER'S 6-HITTER STOPS ICTS 
FAMILIAR NAME, DIFFERENT FACE MTS METS LINEUP 
JASTER, METS RIP BUaS 
METS SIfiK BULLS BEHir« GR'OSS, 4-2 
REPOZ HOMER CARRIES ^S PAST BLLLS, 6-5 
BULLS TAKE THIRD STRAIGHT 
LONG-BALL HELP'S BUUS PIP fCTS 
HOT PITCHER QUIETS BUaS 
METS STRIKE EARLY, RIP BULLS 
LYN-METS RAIN ALL OVER BULLS 
BLLLS FAU TO METS ^ 
BLLLS CRANK UP OFFBJSE, ROJT MHS 
LEMKE, MILLER TRIGGER BUaS 
METS SLIP PAST BLLLS IN IITH 
LILLIQUIST BULLISH IN FIRST START, WIN 
METS SLIP BY BUUS IN lOTH 
LILLIQUIST, BULLS ROLL BY HETS 
LILLIQUIST SHOWS OFF FIRST-ROUND TALENTS 
METS KNOCK OUT BULLS, 4-1 
GIVENS SPiMIES BULLS 

BULLS ROLL BY METS, FINISH HOME SEASON ON UPSWING 
CAROLINA LEAGLE MAY DO AFFILIATION SHUFFLE 
SPIRITS' F-R'OF'OSED MOVE FACES STIFF CHAUENGE FROM OWNERS 
FANFARE/LYNCHSOX 

LYNCHBl^G NEWS 

HOf€ finale; mis romp 

LYNCHB'JRG RED SOX (FORMEKIY METS) 
FA^JFARE/LYNCHSOX 
CCNTR'OVERSIAL ITEMS DIDN'T SURFACE AT CL '1EETLNG 

LYNCHIf€S 

SEE AL'30 HANGINGS 
CIVIL RIGHTS LEAICRS HAIL KLAN ',€RDICT 

LYNYRD Smms (MUSIC GROLIP) 

GOOD OL' LYNYRD SKYNYRIi HAS RISEN AGAIN 
RE-E(5W SKYNYPD HOLIS ITS OWN AGAINST THE PAST 

LYON STATION SANITARY DISTRICT 

Bia ON GRANVILLE 3A^(ITARY DISTRICTS ENDORSED, CONICrtfCD AT HEARUJG 
DISAPPOINTMENT VOICED AT WTE ON BILL 

MCADENVILLE, N.C. 

MILL UCR'K-ER KILLED IN .iCADENVILLE 
MILLIONS TO VISIT TOWN OF LIGHTS 



-DATE- 



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H 2 4/06/1987 C 2 N 

8 2 3/14/1987 A 1 N X88 

H 2 S/15/19S7 B 3 N 

S 2 U/'30/1987 C 5 N 



H 2 1/03/19S7 A 16 P U L41 
H 2 4/13/1937 A 1 N 
H 2 4/15/1937 A 4 E 



H 


2 


5/15/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


5/16/1987 D 




N 


H 


1 


5/17/1987 B 


1 


P N G50 


H 


2 


5/18/1987 3 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/22/1987 C 


1 


P N C68 


S 


n 


5/22/1987 D 


1 


P N P52 


H 


2 


5/23/1987 D 


1 


P N C52 


S 


n 


5/23/1987 B 


1 


P N F52 


H 


T 


5/24/1987 B 


^ 


P N C52 


H 


9 


5/24/1987 B 


2 


P N C52 


H 





7/04/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/05/ 19-37 B 





N 


H 


2 


7/06/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/11/1987 D 


1 


P N C52 


S 


o 

i^ 


7/11/1987 B 


1 


P N P52 


H 


9 


7/12/19S7 S 


1 


P N B13 


H 


2 


7/13/1987 B 





P N C63 


S 


1 


7/13/1987 D 


9 


P N P52 


S 


9 


7/13/1987 D 


1 


P P 


H 




7/14/1987 n 


1 


N C68 


S 


9 


7/14/1987 B 


3 


P N F52 


H 


2 


8/20/1987 D 


9 


N 


H 


T 


8/21/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


n 


3/22/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


3/26/1937 D 


1 


P N C52 


S 


2 


3/26/1987 D 


1 


P N F'52 


H 


1 


8/27/1987 D 


1 


P N C68 


S 


n 


8/27/1987 B 


1 


P N F52 


S 




3/28/1987 C 


n 


P N P52 


H 


2 


8/30/1937 B 


"J 


N i:52 


H 


9 


9/20/1987 B 


10 


N 32 


H 


2 


9/20/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


9 


8/28/1987 C 


1 


P N C68 


H 


9 


9,'30/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


'? 


11/09/1987 B 


9 


N C52 



H 2 2/14/1987 A 12 



H 
H 


2 10/16/1937 D 
2 10/23/1987 D 


3 F 
7 


F C31 

R C31 


H 
H 


1 5/09/1937 C 
1 5/29/1987 B 


1 
1 


N S80 
N S80 


S 
S 


2 11/09/1987 A 
2 11/30/1987 A 


1 
6 


N 
N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1997 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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MACARTHUR LANE (BLfllNGTON, N.C.) _ ^„ , ^^ ^ , ^,„,^ 
BURLINGTON OKS LEASING PROPERTY TO LITTLE LEAGUE 

MACARTrtJR'S CHILDREN (FILM) 

'CHILDREN' CATCHES MOMENT OF CHAfC^E IN JAPAN 

MCBROOM REALTY CO. ^ „^, ^^ 

FIRM OFFERS 'PERFECT SITE' FOR FACILITY 

MCCAIN AND MOORE (LAW FIRM) 

DUJHAH AHORNEY BEATS IRS IN COURT 

MAN HASN'T DECIDED ON ACCEPTING CO/fliUTATION 

MCCORMICK PROPERTIES, INC. 

DEVELOPMENT BOOM E)(PECTED ON 1-85 hEAR DURHAM 
MCCORMICK PLANS FOURTH BUILDING 

(CCRACK-EN PLACE TOUNHOMES 

SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING SERVICES 
SEE ALSO TOUf^DUSES 

MCCRACKIN FIACE TO BE DEDICATED 

OLD NORTH DURHAM, MCCRACKBI PLACE PLAN TO CaEH^ATE 

FIRST STEP COMPLETED IN OLD NORTH DURHAM CONSTRUCTION PROJECT 

PROJECT DEDICATED 

MCDEVin 8i STREET 

COSTS OF U.S. BUSINESS TOO MUCH, GRIACE WARNS 
CHARLOTTE, GREO^SBCRO COMPANIES TOP N.C. 100 

MCDONALD'S ■* 

SEE ALSO RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE (DURHAM, N.C.) 
HE'S A UINNER 
WINNING DESIGN 

KICKOFF FOR JOBS PROGRAM FOR OLDER PER'SONS IS TODAY „^,„„ ^„, ,.^ 
TEEN-AGERS FSCHEU FAST-FOOD WORK; CHAINS TURN TO OLDER, RETIRED FOLKS 

TORCH mi IS smai^o as festival gets off mark 

OLYMPIC FLAME'S AR'RIVAL A FESTIVE LUNCH BREAK 

PLANE CRASH IN GERMANY KILLS 3, DESTROYS MCDONALD'S 

WHAT A PANE 

WE'LL SEE YOU IN MCCOb'RT 

TWO N.C. BANKS IN TOP 10 

MCDONALD'S ALL-AMERICA HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM 
FOJR AREA RECRUITS ON MCDONALD'S EAST TEAM 

MCDONALD'S [RUG STORE 

9TH STREET (SOUTH TO FOLLOW EXPANSION 

MCDOUGALD TERRACE 
aEAN-UP CREU 

MCDOUEU COUNTY, N.C. , ^^_„ 

MARION MORNING MAN MAY RETURN TO MINISTRY 

MCDOWELL HIGH SCHOOL (MCDOWELL COUNTY, N.C.) 
STUDENTS IN MCDOWELL PROTEST KISSING BAN 

MC6EE BROTHERS CO., INC. ^ , ^,^^ 

U.S. SEEKS FIfES IN FIGHT OVER CHILD LABOR LAWS 

'^''^ST^ SpANSION FUaS END TO 45-YEAR SPAN OF DURHAM COAL YARD 

Mf^f^ni JAW t C r^CtClTk' 

PRBBLEM-FLAGUED SEUER LINE NEARS CONSTRUCTION STAGE 
PANEL LEANS TOWARH UPPER QiQ FOR RESERVOIR SITE 
PAf£L BACKS »17.7 MILLION RESERVOIR SITE 



H 1 3/13/1987 C 1 N K68 

H 2 9/04/1987 D 11 R L59 

S 2 9/09/1987 A 1 N 

S 2 6/02/1987 A 1 P N U82 

H 2 12/29/1987 D 6 N 



H 2 9/06/1987 F 1 P N 
H 2 11/01/1987 F 1 P P 



S 2 10/16/1987 B 4 N 

H 2 10/18/1987 F 1 P N 

H 2 10/20/1987 C 9 N L41 

S 2 10/20/1987 C 3 P P 376 



H 2 6/10/1987 A 9 N L41 
H 2 6/10/1987 A 9 N 



H 


T 


1/17/1987 B 


2 P P S76 


S 


i-i 


3/03/1987 C 


4 P P L38 


H 


1 

^ 


3/24/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


2 


6/07/1987 C 


17 N 


H 


2 


7/14/1987 C 


1 D N B67 


H 





7/17/1987 B 


1 P N 1360 


H 


2 


3/12/1987 A 


1 P P 


H 


2 


9/26/1987 C 


1 P P K30 


S 


9 


9/26/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


9 


12/17/1967 C 


1 U L41 



H 2 3/12/1987 D 2 N 

S 2 8/13/1987 A 1 M N S92 

3 2 11/02/1987 C 4 P F T32 

S 2 3/30/1987 A 6 P F 

H 2 5/06/1987 B 2 N 

H 2 12/20/1987 B 7 N 

H 2 9/30/1987 A 1 P N N36 



H 3 3/06/1987 B 1 N MIO 
H 3 10/21/1987 B 1 N MIO 
H 3 11/05/1987 B 1 N MIO 



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1/01/1937 - 12/31/1987 



fftJCLEAR WASTE COWftCT 



(1ACGFEKK PARK (GARY, N.C) 
SEE ALSO Cfy^Y, N.C. 
Ci^Y MAY GET AfCRICW^ TICKH CEhJTER 
aiGHT RES£RVATI:DN CENTER AI*«JiCEf£NT E>I€CTED 
AMERICAN AIRlIfCS SELECTS CARY FOR CENTER' 
CENTER TO B/'EfJTUALLY HIRE 1,500 
AMERICAN CQNFIRilS: CARY GETS RESERVATIO^JS CENTER 
RTF CREDIT OJION FIKIiS ^Ey LOCATIdM 

MCGUIRE fftJCLEAR PLANT 

SEE fLSO NLCLEAft PLANTS, N.C. i^JD S.C. 
rsUKE PCl€R FACES JSO.OOO PENALTY QN nCGUIRE PLANT 
liJ<£ PGCR FACES 550,000 FIf€ 
CO«ITTEE HEAh-3 ItBATE FOR, AGAINST N.C. QLilTTING 
FK€-YEAR LIMIT U^'GED FCiR SALES TO QUIT CCnPACT 
CIRCUIT BREAKER paILS AT ICGUIRE fWCLEAR FIANT 
REPORT SAYS ACCIICNT AT NiXLEAR PLANT COULIi COST OVER' $1 BILLION 
LtM PGtCR'S SffEH RECORD HIT IN R'EPORT BY RALPH N-AIER SR-OJF 
DU<E PGtER FACES $1(X),000 PE}W.TY 
Wf^ F-OlCft TO AF-FEAL FltS. 
DIM POCR PLANNIhtG TO CONTEST PENALTY 

MCKEVLIN AWARD 

^E ANTH3NY J. MCKEVIIN AW(«Ii 

fCLEAN CREDIT UNION 

SU^fElE COURT AC-REES TO HEAR APFtAL 

!^A»EN UNITEIi hETHiJDIST CHURCH 
SEE (y.SO fSTHODISTS 
amOi PLANS FESTIUfy. 
MCMAf^CN Uia CDfSECRATE f£W a'lLDING 

MAC^£IL-LEH<ER REF-QRT 

SEE ALa] FEPORTERS, U.S. 
TfE MAKING OF iiCfCN LEAI£RS: A TALE OF TVS) KJKE GRADS 
JUDY ICODPtFF TO MCICRATE CANDIMTES' FORtJI AT UNC 

MC^^CRSON 5K FOR SIGHT AND SOUND 
SEE ALSO LO.'^DISTANCE R!JNNIN6 
MCPHERSON h-OSPITAL'S ANNUAL ZK BENEFIT RW IS SUNDAY 
F<« FROM WE fWDDING CROliIi 

fCFtCRSON HOSPITAL 

MCPt£RSON HOSPITAL'S OiWJtL 5K BENEFIT R13J IS ajNDAY 

MCSLEE? If*JS 

WE'LL SEE YOJ IN MCCOl^T 

M-16 

SEE ALSO GWS 
300 SOLDIERS iW£ RELEASED FRK1 CCNFI^EMDrr TO FIBT 

M i E LAUNIiRY AND DRY CLEANERS 

MR. M. UAYNE tCfCIU F-RESENTS... 

(WDD 

SEE MOTTOS AGAINST DRUNKEN DRIVING 'MADD) 

«»A»S»H 

MAKING -SWEET MUSIC 

M.'I CC^MJNICATIOfB 

LIGGETT 4 MYEF.S iSTS MEW XB OF HANPLI^ffi RTCKS 

carmr files suit on phc^c call fraud 

MDC, INC. 

REPORT TARGETS ,RU<AL N.C. ECONOMIES 
LACK OF LEADERS SLOWS RURAL ECG'^«^rr 



1 U 


T S 


S 




PftfiFI? 
l/21/( 

I T 


N 


E 


t 




L Y 


P 


D 


— MTE — C -P-G L P BYL 


S 


2 


7/15/1987 A 


1 


N W82 


H 




7/16/1987 B 


11 


N 




o 


7/16/1987 A 


1 


N U82 


s 


n 


7/16/1987 A 


1 


N y32 


H 


9 


7/17/1987 A 


9 


N M97 


s 


o 


8/22,'-19e7 A 


11 


P N 


H 


2 


3/10/1987 A 


9 


N 


3 


2 


3/11/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


3/26/1987 A 


15 


N L40 


H 


o 


3/26/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


7/09/1987 A 


20 


N 


H 


2 


8/02/1987 ft 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/16/1987 C 


3 


N K65 


H 




10/30/1987 A 


18 


N 


S 


9 


12/08/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


12/09/1987 3 


2 


N 



f 

I 



• 



10/06/1987 B 3 N 



2 10/02/1987 A 6 N 
2 11/07/1987 B 6 P H 



2 4/15/1987 A 6 P F Zll 
2 7/31/1987 A 13 P N Ij80 



2 10/17/1987 C 16 N 
2 10/19/1987 A 1 P F U62 



2 10/17/1987 C 16 N 

2 9/26/1987 A 4 E 

2 2/07/1987 B 4 N 

2 6/07/1987 C 3 P P 

2 11/27/1987 A 4 L 

2 1/15/1987 D 7 P U L41 

2 3/20/1987 A 15 N 



I 



I 



1/20/1987 A 
2/17/1987 C 



N 
J R53 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECT 



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E 
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MIiMA (DRUG) 

SEE ECSTASY DRUG 

MEIiyELL (ACRONYM) 

NEW yiDEOS AFf rCSIGNED TO RELA.XXX YOU 

MGM GRAND HOTEL 

BAUOON WOULD RESCUE FIRE yiCTIMS 

mTHEREAD 

SEE ALSO ILLITERACY 

SEE ALSO UOhEN, PRISOhCRS 
WO^€N PRISCNEF:S TO l€LP COMBAT ILLITERACY IN N.C. 
READING PROGRAM ^ ^ ^ 

PRISON LITERACY PROJECT COULD HELP BREAK CYCLE 

MTS SYSTEMS CORP. 

BUSIfCSS HIGHLKMS 

MTV NETWORKS 

SEE ALSO VIDEO JOCKEYS 

125 UC STUDENTS MAY BE HUMMING 'I WANT MY MTV' 

MX MISSILES 

SEE ALSO MISSILES 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL SECURITY 
MX MISSILES (CARTOON) 

MYCOSEi^CH INC. 

BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER AWARDS 14 GRANTS 
BIOTECH GRANTS GO TO AREA FIRMS 

M. B, INDUSTRIES, INC. 

TWO UNO STUDENTS SUE OVER JEUaRY SALE 

M. E. H. HARDWARE CO. 

DOWNTOWN store; OASIS IN RETAILING DESERT 

M. M, FOWLER DISTRIBUTING CO. 

OFFICIALS TRACE KEROSENE LEAK TO GAS STATION 
KEROSENE SPILL TRACED TO TANK AT SERVICE STATION 

MACFIELD TEXTURING INC. 

MCMICHAEL HONORED BY $1 MILLION ENDOWED CHAIR AT UNC 

MACHINE GUNS 

SEE ALSO GUNS 

SEE ALSO SUBMACHINE GUN 
5 CHAR(3ai IN PARK SHOOTINGS 
5 CHARGED IN AMUSEiTE>IT-PARK SHOOTINGS, DEATH 
JUDGE REFUSES TO DROP UEAFflNS CHARGES 

3 MEN EXPECTED TO PLEAD GUILTY TO CHARi3ES IN CAROWINIS CASE 
WEAPONS CHARGES IN FATAL SHOOTING ERIfffi GUILTY PLEAS 
2 SE^r^LNCED to prison for CAROUINBS SHOOTING 
TVffl MEN GlVe^ prison S^ENTENCES IN PARK SHOOTING 
CHARLOTTE MAN ASKS CAFBWINDS PLEA BE SET ASIDE 

MACK TFICKS, INC, 

MARTIN- JORDAN WAR OF WORDS BEGINS OVER N.C. ECONOMY 

MACON laUNH, N.C. 

MACON COUNTY RECORDS FIRST AIDS DEATH 

MACU-AR CraWEAL DYSTROF'HY 
SEE ALSO EYE DISEASES 
BLOOD TEST ECvH-OPED FOR HEREDITARY EYE DISEASE 

MADAGASCAR 

MALAGASY REPUBLIC OFFICIALS TO GET LOOK AT DUKE LEMURS 



H 2 3/23/1987 B 1 T F C80 
H 2 12/28/1987 B 1 N 



H 2 8/26/1987 D 4 P N 
S 2 8/27/1987 A 20 P P 
S 2 9/01/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 9/24/1987 B 



H 2 4/17/1987 B 5 N L90 



H 2 9/26/1987 A 4 T T ^6 



S 2-12/07/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 12/13/1987 D 16 N 



H 2 5/08/1987 A 13 N W27 
H 2 8/30/1987 C 1 P N N36 



S 2 12/09/1987 A 1 N M06 
H 2 12/10/1987 B 9 N 



H 2 10/29/1987 A 20 N U30 



S 2 6/19/1987 A 1 N 

H 2 6/20/1987 A 1 N 

H 2 8/01/1987 B 6 N 

H 1 9/27/1987 C 5 N 

H 2 10/01/1987 A 20 N 

S 2 11/11/1987 C 9 N 

H 2 11/12/1987 A 15 N 

3 2 11/26/1987 C 14 N 



H 2 11/09/1987 A 17 P N 

S 2 2/04/1987 C 3 N 

H 2 7/21/1987 B 3 N D80 

H 2 5/15/1987 A 11 N 



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ANMUAL INOEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



FA'viORITE OF'ENS IN DURHAM... 
Y 



MADAGASCAR PRESERVE FOR l^fljRS H3AL OF DUKE TEACHER-ftESEAR1>0 

MADA(€ BUTTEFfLY (OFtRA) 
SEE ALSO CF'EF'A 
SINGERS Flhrn FCR 'BUTTERFLY* 
'HADAM BUTTERFLY' CAST A^lN0UNCO 
•tWjy€ BUTTERFLY' AUDITIONS 
'HADAH BUTTERFLY' 

'W>BA« BLTTERflY' UIN6S IT THIS WAY 
CASTING CC.^IETED FCR JUfJE 'E4JTTERFLY' 
TICY'RE GETTIfffi READY FOR GALA 
SEASON OF ARTS 
SORROW IS HER XY 
BUTTERFLY'S OUTSIDE 
MADAME butterfly: ' CR0SS-a5.PJRAL • 
T>£IR STAGE ROMANCE IS ALL IN FAMI: 
'BUTTERFLY' VIDEO LIKE BEING PART OF TVE CHORUS 
'MAIWC BUTTEFrFLY' OPERA IN STR-EET A JOY TO BEHOLD 
OPERA SHUCS UNDER' THE STARS 
FIRST-NIGHTERS FRtS-IC RIDAY AT BRIOiTLEtf 
TENOR CAUGHT SELF IN T>£ *DNG PART 
'BUTTERFLY' JfLK 
BRIGHTLEitf' (ff'ERA GETS FIfCSSE FROM DUl'HAM'S BEST PINKERTON 

MAK IN USA 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 
HOUSE GIVES NOD TO GUIDELINES FOR CRIfS VICTIM COrfCJSATION 
BILL 'JC«Ji IIENTIFY AMERICAN TEXTILES 
U.S. F-R-OUD MISS AMERICA TELLS CRESS COST 

MABD«ISELL£ (MAGAZn€) 

•MAIOCISELLE' TAPS MARIA FOR FASHION SHCU m<E OVER 

MALISON COUNTY, N.C. 

P(M€R SAYS I^JDICT^ENT IS paiTICALLY MOTIVATED 
BUTCET SLATES J5M.0OO FOR Rj^lSEf'S TIFF 
ZB« PONI€F: GOES ON TRIAL CJER LAND IN ROAIi'S PATH 
ZENO PONDER ACQUITTED IN HIGHyAY LAND CASE 

MADISON COJNTY BOfMi OF ELECTION 

RETUH-ICAN SPARKS PARTISAN POTTY CmRGES 

MADRIGAL DIf#£RS 

MAI^IGAL DI»ER TICKETS SEUING FAST IN ROXBGRO 

VISITING ARTIST BUSY AT PTC 

THAT SEASON 'TIS HERE 

t^iS rEAL HAS MADRIGAL THEME; TICKETS GN SALE 

NORT}€RN HIGH PLA^<S MADRIGAL FESTIVITIES 

DEADLINE TODAY FCR NORTHERN HIGH'S MADRIGAL DIf#ER 

fWDRIGiy. SIM^RS 

SO-STICE CELEERATED yiTH 'Mir©JMMER' MADRIGALS' 
CrtJRCH SHEETS SUWER yiTH MADRIGAL CONCERTS 

MAGAZINES 

SEE fiLSD AMEF'ICAN iJAY MAi3AZIh£ 

SEE ALSO BARTON'S .MAGAZINE 

SEE ALSO BIG BEAUTIFUL «OMAN (FASHIONS 

SEE ALSO CARaiNA LITERARY CCJiPANICN 

SEE ALSO CAR-CLINA LIVING (MAGAZINE) 

SEE ALSO FORBES (MAGAZINE) 

SEE ALSO MOT>€R EARTH ;€'JS (MAGAZI,*€) 

SEE ALSO THE MUSE LETTER' 

SEE ALSO NEWCOMER (MAGAZINE) 

SEE ALSO N.C. TIMES (,MAGAZIf€) 

SEE ALSO ra^aw 

SEE ALSO PLAYBOY MAGAZIf€ 

SEE ALSO SASSY (MAC-AZIf£) 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN STYLE (MAGAZINE) 

SEE ALSO THE STATE (MAGAZIfiE) 



■OR LAR-GE WOMEN) 







3 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-P3 L P BYL 


H 


2 


11/15/1987 B 


1 P N ISO 


H 


T 


2/25/1987 B 


7 P N 


S 


O 


2/26/1987 C 


3 P N 


S 


O 


4/09/1987 D 


3 N G59 


S 


2 


5/14/1987 D 


7 N 


S 


2 


5/21/1987 D 


12 N 


H 


n 
^ 


5/2S/1987 A 


17 N 


H 


9 


6/02/1937 B 


2 P U H45 


H 


9 


6/03/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


6/04/1987 D 


1 P F B71 


S 


2 


6/04/1987 D 


2 N 


H 


T 


6/05/1987 D 


1 P F W6<i 


H 


O 


6/05/1987 D 


3 P F i466 


H 


2 


6/05/1937 D 


11 R L59 


H 


2 


6/06/1987 C 


1 R t.J66 


S 


2 


6/06/1987 A 


11 P R 058 


H 


T 


6/09/1987 A 


6 P U H45 


H 


2 


6/09/1987 A 


11 P U U66 


S 


•^ 


6/11/1987 D 


9 P P 


H 


o 


6/16/1987 C 


3 R y66 


H 


■T 


4/15/1987 A 


13 N 


H 


2 


4/16/1987 B 


10 N 


H 


2 


11/15/1967 B 


4 N 



H 2 3/14/1987 B 1 P F 



H 


2 


1/15/1987 A 


13 


N 


S 




7/25/1987 C 


4 


M 


H 


^ 


3/18/1987 B 


? 


N 


H 


7 


8/19/19«7 D 


4 


N 



2 9/06/1987 C 3 N 



10/23/1987 C 
10/29/1987 B 
11/03/1987 A 
12-02/ 1987 A 
12/03/1987 C 
12/-04/1987 B 



6/13/1987" D 
6/19/1987 D 



P N T33 
P N T33 
P U W66 

N 

N 

N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
lZ/31/1987 



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SEE ALSO TIME MAGAZINE 

SEE ALSO U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT (MAGAZINE) 

SEE ALSO VANITY FAIR 
N.C. COMPANY TO PUBLISH NEW MAGAZINE ,^^^ 
MOTHER EARTH TO BRING OUT AMERICAN COUNTRY MAGAZINE 
TWO REGIONAL MAGAZINES PLAf-i DEBUTS IN NORTH CAROLINA 
LYDA MOaRE MER'RICK, 96, FOUNDER OF A ilAGAZINE FOR THE BLIND 
TWEE SELLING MAGAZINES CHARGED WITH SOLICITING 
MAGAZINE CHRONICLES CIVIL WAR 
NIU IWGAZINE TO AID FLEIiaiNG N.C. POETS 
MAGAZINE TO FOCUS ON POETRY ^ ^^^, ^^ ^. 
NEU MAGAZIfS'S TITLE IS ITS FOCUS: 'SOUTHERN STYLE' 
MAGAZINE FOR TRIANGLE NEWCOMERS , ^^^.^ „^^ 

NEWCOMER TO GO NATIONAL! TRIANGLE MAGAZINE PUBLISHER WILL TAKE II£A... 
INFORMAL SURVEY 

DUKE MAGAZINE WINS MERIT AWARD 

RISING PRICES, FALLING DOLLAR FORCE I«E TO DROP JOURNALS „^,^^„^„ 
Wi€N FURIOUS AT YOUR STOCKBROKER, DO YOU SUE OR ASK FOR ARBITRATION? 

MAGDER STUDIOS 

YANCEYVILLE STUIiIO TO BE ARTISTS' HAVEN 

CASWELL MOVIE STUDIO MAY BECOME THE LARGEST IN N.C. 

MAGGIE VALLEY, N.C. ^ 

MAGGIE VALLEY FIRE AffEARS CONTAINEB 

MAGIC 

AREA CHEMISTS READY TO PUT 0^J MAGIC SHOWS 

THE MAGIC tree: A FAMILY HOUR WITH THE ARTS 
SEE ALSO IHR'HAM ARTS COUNCIL 
PUPPET SHOW PLANNED 

MAGNA CARTA ^^^ ^^^^ 

MAGNA CARTA TO BE DISPLAYED ACROSS STATE 
MAGNA CARTA EXHIBIT COMING 
MAGNA CARTA TO GO ON DISPLAY IN RALEIGH 
EXHIBIT PROVIDES LOOK AT PRE-U.S. HISTORY 
MUSEUM EXHIBIT ON MAGNA CARTA TO aOSE TODAY 
MAGNA CARTA SHOWS DEEPER RtlOTS OF AMERICAN LIBERTY 
PEOPLE LINE UP TO VIEW CORNERSTONE OF LIBERTY 
CHARTER FOR THE AMERICAN WAY 

MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING 
SEE ALSO ULTRASOUND 
NEU TECHNIQUE AT DUKt HELPS DETECT BONE LOSS 
IMAGING PROCESS VITAL TO HEART TREATMENT 
STATE TURNS DOWN HOSPITAL'S REQUEST FOR IMAGING DEVICE 
DUKE HOPING MATH, COMPUTER'S CAN SOLVE BIOLOGICAL FIJZZLES 

MAGNOLIA GRILL 

ART SHOWN AT RESTAURANTS IS FOOD FOR THOUGHT 

13 GOURMET CHEFS SERVE CHARITY; ...COULD MAKE DURHAM GRILL HOT SPOT 

MAGNOLIA HILL FARM (WEAVER DAIRY FARM ROAD) 
MAGNOLIA HILL SUIT HEAIO BACK TO COURT 

MAGNaiA TREES 

MAGNOLIA'S FALL DISPLAY IS A TREASURE 

MAirS 

SEE DO^ESTIC WORKERS 

THE MAIDS (PLAY) _ 

TtC MIRROR ENSEMBLE OFFERS SOME REFLECTIONS 
MIRROR TROUPE DEBUTS WITH SKILL IN HEAVY GOING 

MAIL BOXES 

SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 
UhTORTUfWTELY, MAILBOX SUBS A3 TRASH BOX 



H 
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H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
a 
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1/17/1987 

1/18/1987 

2/03/ 1987 

2/15/1987 

4/02/1987 

6/25/1987 

7/04/1987 

7/05/1987 

7/26/1987 

8/01/1987 

3/30/1987 

10/10/1987 

10/17/1987 

12/07/1987 

12/13/1937 



10 
12 

7 

2 P 

3 
16 



7 

11 

10 

1 

3 

8 

11 



N 

N 

N 



N 030 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N W7 

N 

h 

N 

N 

U L41 



S 2 11/24/1987 A 9 N 
H 1 U/25/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 11/09/1987 B 1 N 
H 2 11/03/1987 B 1 I 

S 2 10/01/1987 D 9 N 



s 


2 


8/01/1987 C 




H 


H 


9 


8/11/1987 B 




U H45 


s 


2 


8/11/1987 A 


10 


N 


s 


2 


8/13/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


8/20/1987 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 


8/20/1987 C 


1 F 


N B85 


H 


2 


8/21/1987 B 




N L40 


H 


2 


8/28/1987 A 




E 


S 


T 


2/16/1987 B 


2 


N 


S 


9 


3/02/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


9 


7/21/1987 C 


1 


N C60 


H 




7/24/1987 C 


13 


N ISO 



H 2 1/30/1987 B 2 P F C30 
H 2 6/14/1987 D 11 N 



H 2 9/04/1987 3 4 N 
H 2 10/18/1987 E 13 U 



2 11/12/1987 D 
2 11/13/1987 D 



F B71 
R '466 



3/09/1987 B 1 U G78 



-U630- 



M N T H L Y / A N N U A L 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/'31/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



ELEVATED (lAIL 
SAGGUJG A BIT 
,»WILSOXES [£STROYED 

rtAIL FRAUD 

SEE ALSO MAIL-CRrC?' BUSIfCSS 

SEE ALSO U.S. F-OSTAL I^iSF•ECTIGNS SERVICE 

SEE ALSO U.S. fOSJO. SERyiCE 
Sȣ YAfCEY CaWTY PEOPLE SAY TVEY yEF'E PAID FO? VOTES 
SPECIAL GP:«ffi JLIP'Y TO HEAR ALLEGATIO^(S AECUT PTL 
GR-ANIi Ji?Y BEGINS INVESTIGATION OF FG-yCR PTL fttNA{»iENT 
r»ffl MA. f€N PLEAD GUILTY TO FRAUD IN BINGO '::ASE 

p-jAIL-CP-DEB: HJSINESS 

SEE ALSO CIRtCT iiAIL INDUSTRY 

SEE AL'SO HAIL FF.AUD 

SEE ri^SO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 

TAXLNG ARMCHAIR 5HCPFERS 

BEWAR-E A«AZIN!3 CLAIHS OF MAILhDRDEP: NURSERIES 

f«IL-ORI£F; TAX BRtAK 13 bTTAIR TO fERCHAffTS 

TAX-HUtC-RY OFFICIALS HI SHOP-PING 

yiLKES COl^TY CWPANY ;-«P'E3 TO :3PREAD TASTE OF ffflRTH CAROLINA 

l¥iIL Rra3M (UNIVERSITY DRIVE) 

ROBBER MAKES COPIES, TAKES »3,000 
SKETCH ISSUED OF SUSF'ECT IN R-QBBERY 

HAILBCMBS 

SEE HJHBINOS, DURHAM 

.^ILBC^tS 

SEE ^WIL KXES 

MAIN STREET ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, r«JR-HAM 
SEE ALSO 1-40 

DEVELOPER'S CALL FOR' TRIANOE UNITY 

INTERSTATE 40 : 'fV^IN STREET' OF THE RESEARCH TRIANOE 



HAIfC 



PROTESTERS IN MAINE tIAKE KU KLUX KLAN U^4^£LCa« 



^NIi HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 

m HA*Jiii"::ApF-Eii ppsoRAiIS 



MAI^JSTPEAMING 

SEE CHILISEN, HANDICAPPED 

SEE ItPrt^ CITY SCHOOLS. RETARIO 

SEE Li-RHArt COUNTY SCHOOLS, FFTiRICD 

SEE EXCEPTIONAL CHILDR&J, N.C. 

SEE rBffALLY RETAREEIi 

SEE SCHOOLS, N.C, CURRICU.UM 

SEE SFB:IAL EDUCATION 

fWITLA/JD'S (RESTAL'RWfr) 

MAITLAND'S RESTAiJV.NT CLOSES; EANK'RUFTCY FTLEIi 
UNISEX If^SLRAfCE LIVELY TO INCREASE WGIBJ'S P-REMIlfilS 

HAKE-A-UISH Fa^ffliATION 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, CA,'CER 

SEE ALSO CHILT'RErJ, DISEASES 

SEE d-SO CHILEiREf-l'S WISH FCUNIiATICiN 
SHY 4-YEAR-OLI. LFlKEMIA VICTIM EXCITED BY TRIP 
N.C. MY UITH LtLlKEMIA TO GET WISH CCft TRUE 

MALAGASY 

SEE MADAGASCAR 

tWLE NURSES 

SEE f*JRSES, MALE 

rtrtJjy<l€ CONCERT 

AT M^ilARME, fajSICAL STEP-SISTER 3HI^£S 



ro DISJ€Y W3RLD 



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2 5/14/1987 A 
1 3/18/1987 C 



1 P P L38 

7 f' p 

1 N 



H 2 1/15/1987 A 11 N 

H 2 7/01/1987 C 5 N 

H 2 8/18/1987 B 8 N 

H 2 9/09/1987 A 16 N 



1/26/1987 A 
2/'C8/1987 E 
4/29/1987 A 
5/14/1987 D 
10/20/1987 C 



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10 

4 
9 C 

1 P 



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H 2 9/22/1987 C 7 N 
H 2 9/26/1987 D 4 D N 



S 2 6/30/1987 A 1 N H70 
H 2 7/01/1987 B 4 N M97 



H 2 9/27/1987 C 3 P N 



8/27/1987 A 1 N a82 
3/'30/1987 D 10 U L41 



H 2 3/29/1987 C 1 P N P38 
S 2 12/-03/1987 C 2 N 



H 2 4/17/1987 D 3 R L59 



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1 



-LX630- 



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1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12A51/1937 



S U B J E 



MALLARHE ENDS GF.'CUINe SEASON 

MAY DAY CELEBRATION 

MALLAR^E FINALE OFFERS NICE SOUND, SIGHT HIX 

MALLARME PLAYS 'DIVERSIONS' 

MALLAIVE'S CONCERTED EFFORTS PAY OFF 

'^£ARTBREAK QUEEN' WILL SING IN WILSON 

HALLARME PLAYERS GO TO EXTREHES 

$$$ FREE OF CHARGE i$i 

ICCARTY MALLARHE MUSIC LIKE COLORFb'L DREAM 

MUSIC, MUSIC, music: and now FOR A LITTLE CHAMBER MUSIC... 

MALLARIC CHAMBER PLAYER:S... REHEARSE FOR CO.'CERT... 

'HARP'S DELIGHT' OFD^S MALLARf€ 

HARP IN THE SHOWCASE FOR A FRENCH MALLARME 

MALLARME HAS 'MOORISH' MUSIC ^ „,_^,^ 

MALLARME'S GENIUS SHOWS IN ADVENT DIVERSITY 

CHAMBER MUSIC WILL BE PRESENTED 

MALFWACTICE 

SEE LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE RE«. ESTATE MALPRACTICE 

MAMMOGRAPHY 

SEE ALSO BREAST CANCER 
MAWKBRAM DEMAND UP IN AREA FOLLOWING MRS. 



REAGAN'S SURGERY 



"^^'^SCIBfTISTS WANT TO KNOW 'IWO DUNG IT?' CAVE DROPPINGS PROVIDE CLUES.- 
SLIP SLIDING AWAY 

"^ 'fIlT'°S?A^r™ SiCAL ENTERPRISE, IT'S BULLISH DURHAM 
MANBITES DOG THEATER OPENS WITH 'HALLOWEEN' PLAY 
MANBITES DOG THEATER BARKING UP THE RIGHT TREE 
DOG t€BUT DELIGHTS WITH FUNNY, FANTASTIC WHATZIT 
ARTiaES. . . ^„ 

MANBITES DOG THEATER ADDS PERFORMANCES 

MAN FACING SOUTHEAST (FILM) 

'FACING SOUTHEAST' RAISES QUESTIONS 

SUBIELA'S 'MAN' A RARE FILM THAT LINGERS IN MIND 

MAN WIU NEVER FLY MEMORIAL SOCIETY 

CLUB SEEKS TO GROUND WRIGHT BROTHERS' CLAIM BUT ALL IN JEST 

MANAGEMENT COaABORATIVE GROUP OF CHAPEL HILL 
OPTIMISTS OUTSELL PESSIMISTS BY 25% 

MANAGERIAL TRAINING 

SEE (LSO BLISINESS EiUCATION 
MR'S. BROWN GRADUATES FROM MANAGER PROGRAM 

MANFORD tiEVELOPERS _ , 

CREEDMOOR DEVELOPMENT GETS VARIANCES AFTER ALL 

MANGO JAM 

THANKS TO THESE F€CPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO (CONTIf*JED) 
FRIDAY GUIICi WHERE TO GO, WHAT TO SEE 
CLUBS i HOTELS BREWING BUBBLY BASHES FDR EVE 

MANGUM HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS REUNION 



MANGUM PRIMARY SCHOOL (BAHAMA) 

FUZZY UUZ WARM WEEK IN MANGUM 'S PROGRAM 

TVE PUPILS' court; '2ACK' ZAFfED IN 2ND GRADERS' 

SQUARE-OFF 

YOUNGSTERS THRILLED AS CHICKS 'HATCH 

SUF-PORT THE TEACHERS 

DURHAM STUDENTS PRACTICE PATRIOTISM 



ANTI-ALCOHOL TRIAL 



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2 4/28/1987 B 


7 P F M66 


S 


2 4/30/1987 D 


11 P P 


H 


2 5/08/1987 D 


3 R L59 


H 


2 6/19/1987 D 


3 N 


S 


2 7/09/1987 D 


2 P F B71 


H 


2 7/14/1987 B 


5 P U y66 


H 


2 7/14/1987 B 


5 R DIG 


S 


2 7/30/1987 D 


12 P I 


H 


2 8/04/1987 A 


9 R L59 


S 


2 8/27/1987 D 


6 P I 


S 


2 10/08/1987 D 


7 P P 


H 


2 10/09/1987 D 


2 P N 


H 


2 10/16/1987 D 


11 P R L59 


H 


2 12/11/1987 D 


2 N 


H 


2 12/13/1987 D 


8 R DIO 


S 


2 12/31/1987 D 


9 N 



H 2 10/30/1987 C 1 P N C60 



H 2 11/10/1987 B 
H 2 11/10/1987 B 



1 D F B30 
1 F B30 



11/13/1987 D 
11/19/1987 D 
12/03/1987 D 
12/04/1987 D 
12/'10/1987 D 
12/11/1987 C 



14 

12 

9 

2 

11 



F W66 
N 

R W63 
R W66 
N G59 
N 



S 2 7/09/1987 D 8 P R B71 
H 2 7/10/1987 D 8 R S-46 



H 2 12/18/1987 C 5 N 

H 2 2/12/1987 D 8 P U L41 

S 2 6/11/1987 B 8 N 

H 1 1/29/1987 B 1 N £30 



3 2 6/30/1987 D 11 P F 
H 2 12/04/1987 D 15 P I 
H 2 12/25/ 1987 D 5 P F 



.37 



2 6/26/1987 B 3 P P K30 



2/07/1987 
3/14/1987 
5/02/1-987 
5/23/1987 
6/18/1987 



1 P N J40 

1 P F S92 

12 P P F70 

1 P N J40 

4 L 



S 2 9/17/1987 A 1 P N S92 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 
lZ'31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



'tUI BACK IN MY DAY...' 
DAZZLING DANCE 
DftESSED TO EAT 

mnms 

SEE ALSO PRISONER' ESCAPES, U.S. 
OFICER'S SHOT BY 3HGRN0CK RECUPERATING 
STATE TRBOFER 'FABRICATED' STOR'Y OF GUfJFIGHT 
TROOFtR SHOULD BE INDICTED 

SmOTING AT CAROUINDS CLAIMS SOUTH CAROLINA TEEN 
FELICE TACTICS RACIST 

MANITOBA, CANADA 
SEE ALSO CANADA 
BRANDON GRAIiLiATE SOUGHT 

MANNEQUINS 

SEE ALSO MODELS 
WHAT A UAY TO GO 

MANNERS 

SEE ALSO ETIQUETTE 
JUST LIKE A LADY 

A CIVIL RESPONSE TO THOSE WHO WOULD TRACK MUD 
5TH aWIiERS LEARNING TABLE MANNERS SAY THE DARNEDEST THINGS 

tnmm drive 

IMF-ROVED 15-501 BYPASS COULD BE OBSOLETE BEFORE DOt€ - OFFICIALS 
PANEL agrees: KEEP' S. COLUMBIA OP-EN 
PANa'S WORK ON L'NC FIAN DRAWS PRAISE 

MANNING PLACE 

REF-CRTER AROIES WITH SIGN; WINS 
DOWNTOWN CONSTRUCTION TESTS MOTORISTS 

MANPOWER 

SEE JOB TRAINING 

MANPOWER INC. 

MANPOWER PLANS NEW METrlOD TO TRAIN STAFF 

SURVEY FORESEES STRONGER HIRING 

E>PLOYMENT PICTURE! MODERATELY POSITIVE PATTERN PREDICTED FOR DURHAM, 

MANSIONS 

ANTEBELLUM MANSIONS HOT PRtlPERTIES 

MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO DEATH-BY-i^ICLE 

SEE ALSO INVOLUNTARY .'lANSLAUSHTER 

SEE ALSO MURDER, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO MURDER, N.C. 

SEE ALSO MURDER, U.S. 

MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL ENDS IN DEADLOCK 

MANSUUGHTER CHARGE FILED IN FATAL WRECK 

SOLDIER IN FATAL WRECK FACES 2^JD COUNT OF MANSLAUGHTER 

WOMAN CONVICTEi GF flANSLAbtSHTER 

MURDER CHARGE IS REDUCED TO VCLUNTAJ^Y MANSLAUGHTER 

•<mm GETS THREE-YEAR TERM FOR rlANSLAiJGHTER IN SHOOTING 

WOMAfi GETS PRISON TER'M FOR SLAYING 

N.C. TRUCKER FACES CHAFCES IN VA. FATALITY 

COURT UPHOLDS CONVICTIONS OF MANSLAUGHTER, ASSAULT 

ONE PERSON KILLED WHEN PICKUP TRUCK RAMS DUFIEX 

MAN GETS 5-YEAR SENTENCE FOR FATAL WRECK 

YOUTH CHARGED WITH SMASHING CAR INTO AF'ARTMENT MAY FACE MURDER TRIAL 

CONTRACTOR GETS SUSPENDEB TERM FOR MANSLAUGHTER 

PO-ICE CHARGE DRIVER WITH MANSLAUGHTER IN HEAH-ON COLLISION 

STATE SUF'REME COURT RULES COMPLAINT MOOT 

RIFLE B1XLET FIRED AT DOG KILLS GIRl 

GUN BRINGS TR'AGIC DEATH 

DRIVER FACES CHARGES IN SCHOa GUARD DEATH 









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2 10/01/1987 C 22 P P M66 
2 11/04/1987 C 1 P P M66 
2 11/26/1987 A 2 P P W62 



2 1/08/1987 A 10 



4/13/1987 A 
4/15/1987 A 
6/08/1987 A 
9/17/1987 A 



2 3/25/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 1/31/1987 C 1 P P L38 



H 2 4/14/1987 C 5 P P 
H 2 5/12/1987 A 4 L 
S 2 6/17/1987 C 2 N 



H 2 7/23/1987 B 14 N B81 
H 3 11/06/1987 C 1 N L90 
H 3 12/09/1987 C 1 N L90 



H 2 3/07/1987 C 1 P P 
H 2 10/17/1987 A 1 N 



2 4/11/1987 
2 4/08/1987 
2 12/10/1987 



8 P N 



1 



U W82 
U L41 



4/12/1997 D 



P F 



H 


2 


1/03/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


T 


2/10/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/16/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 





3/04/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


3 


3/05/1987 B 


1 


N 080 


H 


2 


3/06/1987 B 


3 


N S82 


H 


O 


3/07/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


3/09/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


3 


3/18/1987 C 


1 


N F53 


H 


2 


3/:'5/'1987 A 


11 


N 


H 




3/26/1987 A 


12 


N 080 


H 


1 


3/26/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


9 


4/14/1987 C 


1 


N 382 


H 


9 


4/30/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


5/06/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


o 


6/C6/1987 B 


8 


N 


S 


o 


6/09/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


6/10/1987 C 


1 


N M51 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



U B J E C T 



ANESTHESIA MAY HA^E CONTRIBUTED TO i3UARD'S HEATH 
NEU TRIAL IS ORDERED IN MANSLAUGHTER CASE 
MAN PLEADS NO CONTEST IN FATAL RACE 
MANSLAUGHTER, BREAK-IN PLEAS RESULT IN 9 YEARS 
JUDGE DECLARES MISTRIAL 

JUDGE SUSPENDS SENTENCE FOR WOMAN'S PLEA IN KILLING 
MAN SQ^TH^CEIi FOR SU^UGHTER OF AIDS WICTIM 
• TAR HEEL MAN ACQUITTED OF SLAYING IN CALIF. 

CHARGE DROPPED IN DEATH OF SCHOOL-CROSSING GUAhU 

TfTCI-YEAR TERM IMPOSED IN DURHAM STABBIf* DEATH 

MANSLAUGHTER CHARCE BRINGS TERM ^ 

UOMAN GIVEN 90 DAYS FOR HOPING HIDE DETAILS uF bLAYING ^,,^^^, 

tS+-A6E DRIVER IN FIERY, FATAL CAR CRASH CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER 

FATAL WRECK SPEED SET AT 100 ~ POLICE 

2ND DURHAM TEEN DIES FROM URECK INJURIES 

SECOND TEEN DIES OF FREEWAY S^ECK INJURIES 

3 TEENS STILL HOSPITALIZED 11 DAYS AFTER FATAL URECK 

HILLSBOROUGH TEEN CHARGED IN KILLING 

MAN CHARGED UITH KILLING 

TRIAL LOOMS ON N.C. 55 URECK DEATHS 

MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL TO BEGIN AFTER RULING 

BLOOD-ALCOHOL TEST ALLOWED IN MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL 

Jl*;Y SELECTION BEGINS IN MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL 

FATAL URECK CAUED NEGLIGENCE, UNFORTUNATE 

WITNESSES DESCRIBE DISINTEGRATION uF CARS IN FATAL WRECK 

JURY [CLIEER'ATIOfJS TO RESUME MONDAY IN MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL 

WEST FOUND GUILTY OF 2 DEATH COUNTS 

SOLDIER CONVICTED IN HIGHUAY DEATHS 

JUDGE REJECTS FlEA, GIVES WEST 6 YEARS 

SOBBING SOaHER C€T3 SIX YEARS FOR HIGHWAY DEATHS 

DURHAM MAN IS INDICTED IN DEATH OF UNC STUDENT 

MAN FACES CHARGE IN HUNTER'S DEATH 

DRUNK-DRIVING KILLERS DESERVE TIME IN JAIL 

'^'^^°DEm6nSTRATI0N' F1«]JECTS KEEP DANGEROUS BRIMES FROM REPAIR 
400TH ANNIVERSARY OF VIRGINIA DARE'S BIRTH TO BE MARKED 
HOOPLA 

PLAQUE UNVEILED ON 400TH BIRTHDAY OF VIRGINIA DARE 
MANTEO FIRE KILLS CHILD, MOTHER 

''""'^^S Sl^m HOUSE PLANT IN WINSTON-SALEM 
MANUFACTURED HOMES TO SELL STOCK 
EARNINGS DIGEST 

MANUFACTURED HOUSING 
SEE ALSO MOBILE HOMES 
SEE ALSO N.C. MANUFACTURED TOUSING INSTITUTE 

CLAYTON HOMES PLANT OPENING NEXT MONTH 

BILL ON MANUFACTURED HOUSES GAINS SUPPORT 

OFICIALS RESENT STATE ZONING INTERFERBJCE 

MANUFACTLIRED HOUSING BILL SURVIVES VOTE 

STATE SHOULDN'T DICTATE MOBILE HOME LOCATIONS 

MANUFACTURED HOUSING BILL PRAISED, CONDEMNED 

HOUSE APPROVES BILL TO CUT CREDIT INSURANCE RATES 

IN FAVOR OF MOBILE HOME BILL 

MANUFACTURED HOUSING BILL LEFT IN LIMBO 

MANUFACTURED HOUSING BILL FADING 

STATE^MOVES^T^REJECT^APPLICATION FROM A NEU YORK SECURITIES DEALER 

MANUFACTURED HOUSING BIU IS ON MOVE AGAIN 

BILL FILED TO PRESER:VE RAILROAD CORRIDORS IN STATE 

HOUSE ENACTS BILL ON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 

MANUFACTURED HOUSirW BILL ENACTED 

MANUFACTURERS HANOVER TRUST 
A GREAT WALL 



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7/08/1987 

7/22/1987 

8/04/1987 

3/0i/1987 

3/13/1987 

8/20/1987 

8/21/1987 

8/28/1987 

9/-25/1987 

10/14/1987 

11/03/1987 

11/17/1987 

11/18/1987 

11/18/1987 

11/19/1987 

11/25/1987 

11/26/1987 

11/27/1987 

11/30/1987 

12/01/1987 

12/02/1987 

12/02/1987 

12/03/1987 

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N 
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N M51 
N M51 
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N M51 
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N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
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N B53 
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8/15/1987 B 
3/19/1987 C 
8/19/1987 B 



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4/15/1987 B 
4/15/1987 B 
4/17/1987 B 
4/20/1987 
4/23/1987 
5/13/1987 
5/29/1987 
6/17/1987 
6/19/1987 
6/21/1987 D 
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1 
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MANUFACTURERS INVENTORY TAX 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
l/Oi/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1-937 



3 U B J 



MARTIN SNIFFS A UINIfALL, TAX SLASHES 

GOVERNOR RIGHT IN PLAN FOR' UINIfALL ALLOCATION 

TAX REPEAL COiJLB HURT [IKHAM CO. 

COMMISSIOfvERS OFfOSE REF'E.iL Cf TWO TAXES 

DURHAM CAN'T AFFORD TO LOSE STATE TAXES 

RtPEAL INTA^JGIELES TAX 

REPEAL INTANGIBLES TAX 

DEAIIINE EXTEhffiEIi AS CRUSH OF BILLS COffriNUES 

CAUTION IS URGED ON UIMfAa .10NEY 

TAX fCASURE PICKS UP SO«E EXTRA BAS3AGE 

WORK TO BEGIN ON SWEEFTNG OVERHAUL OF STATE TAX LAWS 

SENATE TAX PLAN IS uWAIR 

TAX CODE LEGALISMS LEAVE UAUHAKERS CLUELESS 

BELL TELLS LEGISLATiDRS ABOUT HIS CONCERN lOVER TAX F'R'OPOSALS 

N.C. SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION FtAN VOTE SET 

DESPITE GOP OFTTDSITION SCHOOL BILL PASSES TEST 

LEGISLATORS FINALLY AGR'EE ON SCHOOL PLA.N 

SCHOOL Bia SUAFS TAX HIKE FOR END OF INVE>JTORY TAX 

HCaJSE Af-PROVES SCHOOL PACKAGE 

SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION FLAN NEEIiS SO^fE FINE-TUNING 

SCHOOL FINANCING BILL NEAR FINAL OK 

HARTIN OUTNANEUVERED ON SCHOOL CONSTR'UCTION 

CITY, COJNTY SCHOOLS GET UNEXPECTED $8 MILLION 

AREA CFFICIALS ADDING UP SCHOa FINANCE FIGURES 

N.C. MERCHANTS CAMPAIGN TO ALTER SALES TAX FEE LAW 

IWENTORY TAX END, OTHER STATE LAWS TAKE EFFECT FRIDAY 

MANUSCRIPTS 

STORY OF ANOTHER ftfiRIA SHRIVER 'i€IiDING TOLD IN OLD VCLUfES AT DUKE... 

MAPLE SUGAR FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
CELEBRATING AfWTHIf^! UHATEVERS HONORED IN COWftJNITY FETES 

MAPLELEAF TAXIDERMY 

FOJR DURHAM MEN AJWESTHi, CHARGED yiPH BREAX-Ihfi AT SEVERAL BUSI^ESSES 

MAPLEWMD CEMETERY 

SEE ALSO CEMETERIES, IiUTOAM 
MAN U/WTS MAF'L£W30D CEfETERY CLEANED BEFORE HE'S BURIED THERE 
MAPLEUCOD DESERVES ATTENTION 
CITY f€GL£CTIf«3 .MAF'LEUOOD CEMETER'Y 
MAPLEUCOD CEMETERY 'CARE' IS AGGRAVATION 
NEGLECTED C^RAVES GETTI^«3 ATTENTIttN 
CHAPa Hia CEfCTERY PLAN A £<}QV- EXAMPLE 

MAPS, DURHAM 

TRIANGLE J PLANS JORDAN LAKE STlTiY 
DLRHAM, GRANVILLE GET .MAFflNG GRANTS 
COUNTY SEEKING AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHER' FOR MAPS 
OLD MAPS PR-OMPT CITY TO BAN FLOOIiFLAIN BUILDING 

MAPS N C 

'eVACi!eES RETUR'N to EUI CITY HOMES 

BOATS, BICYaES AND HORSES INCLbliED IN OLYWTC TORCH TRIP TTOJUGH AREA 
archeology: DlbGir^lG into THE PAST ALOfC THE HAU RI'^R 
DLRHAM, GRAiSVILLE GET ilAPPING GRANTS 

MAPS, ORANGE COUNTY 

RESIDENTS PACK HEARING TO PROTEST LAND-USE PLAN 

MAR'ATHONS 

SEE LONG-DISTANCE RUf-INING 



MAR'BLE-SHCOTLNG 
SEE ALSO GAMES 
NCCU, TIP 'SET 



■37- '38 FLAY SCHEDULES 



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9/03/1987 A 
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10/17/1937 A 



2 6/25/1987 C 
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2 11/13/1987 C 
2 12/-03/1987 A 



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MARCH OF DIMES 

SEE ALSO BIRTH DEFECTS 



-U630- 



HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1V37 



SUBJECTS 



Sf£ SHARES 'POSTER-PERFECT' SMILE WITH Aa 
BURLINGTON TEAMUALK RAISES $15,000 
MARCH OF DIMES PLANS CONCERT 
SPORTS GROUP FEIfCARNATni 

MARCH OF DIMES SUPERUALK 

SHE SHARES 'POSTER-PERFECT' SMILE WITH ALL 
MARCH OF DIMES UALK-AMERITHON TO BE HELD TODAY 

MARCHING BANDS 

SEE ALSO BANDS (MUSIC) 
SEE ALSO HIGH SCHOOL BAND FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL t1Af;CHIf<6 BAND 
RAIN DANCE? 

MARCUS SYSTEMS CORP. , „ ^ ,^ ,^^^ 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD TO REBID BOILER PROJECT 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD CANCELS BOILER DEAL 

MARDI GRAS 

FRIENDS OF ART MUSEUM END SEASON WITH STYLE 

MARGARET LANE CEMETERY 

SEE ALSO CEMETERIES, N.C. 
^£ ALSO SLAVERY „ 

RESTORATION TO BEGIN ON OLD SLA'JE CEMETERY 

MARIA f-mm HOSPITAL (HENDERSON, N.C.) ^^^r-rr-m ,.-.cr.r-r., c^ 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC HiDSPITALS) 
HOSPITAL IN VANCE PLANS TO REOPEN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT 
*4 MILLION PROJECT PLANNED FOR MARIA PARHAM HOSPITAL 
HOSPITALS' DEATH RATES LISTED UP IN OXFORD, REIDSVILLE 

MARIJUANA 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, SMUGGLING „ 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNH DRUG REHABILITATION CENTER 

BODY OF SHERIFF'S SON-IN-LAU FOUND 

FOX UON'T PROSECUTE 4 OFFICER'S 

MARIJUANA FOUND 

ONE-FOURTH OF AMERICANS TRIED MARIJUANA 

FREE MARIJUANA TEST KITS AVAILABLE 

SU^IN MAN tCSCRIBED AS LIKEABLE SELLER OF UNLIKEABLE THINGS 

GINSBURG POT SMOKING aUSHES OUT HYPOCRISY 

THE SINS OF YOUTH 

MARIJJANA: the drug of choice, albeit ILLEGAL,.. (CARTOON) 

ROBERTSON SAYS HE HAS NEVER USED MARIJUANA 

Iff ORMAL SLRVEY _ _„^„ 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL UNIT TO CONTINUE MARIJUANA-USE TESTS 

HASHISH OIL AND TON OF MARIJUANA SEIZED IN FORSYTH 

MARIJUANA, ARRESTS 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, ARRtSTS 
DURHAM LIQUOR HOUSES RAIDED 
OPERATION RIMERUNNER NABS 4 FOR DRUGS 
DRUG, ALCOHOL PROBE BRINGS ARRESTS 
6 MEN CHARGED AFTER POLICE RAID CARRBORO HOUSE 
THIEF NABS DIAMOffD RINaS FROM MALL 
DURHAM PaiCE ARREST FOUR MEN ON DRUG CHARGES 
1-95 SURVEILLANCE NETS $1.5 .ilLLION IN DRUG SEIZURES 
DRIVER'S EDUCATION TEACHER RESIGNS 
16 PEOPLE CHARGED IN PROBE OF COCAINE, MARIJUANA SALES 
DRUG HEi^INGS SET FEB. 13 
MAN mJS IN DRUG RAID 
5 TEENS FACE DRUG CHARGES 
ONSLOU COUNTY LAW AGENCIES RECEIVE $80,000 
DURHAM MAN ARRESTED W FOUR DRUG CHARGES 
BURKE OFFICERS Flfffi BUILDING EQUIPPEIi TO GRCy MARIJUANA 
OFFICER FINDS POT GROWING INSIDE HOME 



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1 4/28/1987 B 

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H 2 4/04/1987 C 



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1 N 
6 N 
4 E 



1 P F 
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H 2 7/15/1987 B 3 N J40 
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H 2 3/07/1987 B 2 P P S76 
H 2 3/10/1987 B 2 P U H45 



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1/07/1937 B 


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N 


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1/07/1987 A 


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1/10/1987 B 


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1/13/1987 B 


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N 080 


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7 


1/14/1987 C 


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1/15/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


9 


1/16/1987 A 


10 


N 


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1 


1/23/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


n 


1/30/1987 B 


3 


N MIO 


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1/31/1987 B 


3 


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2/04/1987 A 


1 


N T85 


3 


1 


2/04/1987 A 


10 


N 080 


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9 


2/06/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


2/09/1987 B 


10 


N 


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7 


2/17/1987 C 


3 


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-LX630- MONTHLY/AMNUAL INDEX B 

1/01/1987 - 12/31/19-87 



34 INDICTHi IN GR-EEhiS&JRO DRUG RAID 

THREE AftRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

PUKE FOOTBALL PLAYER FACES DRUG CHARGES 

MAN FACES DRUG CHARC-ES 

TIGHT SECURITY FOLLOUS KKK IN PEACEFUL DURHAM MARCH 

RALLY ARRESTS REPORTED 

HAN ACCUSED OF GROWIf^ MARIJJANA 

FINE, SUSF'9fl:0 3BJTE;mCE IMFiDSED IN KlfiH MARCH AR-REST 

MARIJUANA SEIZEIi, CCUFLE CHARGEIi 

NEW BURKE lOT OFFICIAL HELD CiN 4 DRUG CHARBES 

LAW OFFICERS REAP BOUNTIPX HAR-vEST OF MARIJUANA PLANTS 

DRUG DEFBIIiANT ORDERED TO SPEND HOLIDAY IN PRISON 

CITY WORKER CHARGED WITH HAyiNG MARIJUAfW 

S.C, MAN FACES ALCOHOL, MARIJUANA GHAR-GES 

2 CHARGED IN ROBBERY OF OFF-DUH CAB DRIVER' 
4 ARRESTED ON DRUG CHA.RGES 

MARIJUANA FOUND, ONE MAN CHARGED IN CHATHAM COUNTY 

1,500 LARGE MARIJLIANA PLANTS SEIZED 

V^ ARF£STS REPORTED BY PERSON DEF'UTIES 

YtXJNG TATTLER LEADS FtlLICE TO POT 

BREAK-IN SUSPECT ARAESTai UALXING AWAY FROM StEbE 

YOUTH CHAR-(£Ii UITH HAUIfffi LSD 

MARIJUANA IS FOUND GOING TO JAIL 

MAN RUNS FRflM F^CLICE, ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

STATE TROOPER FINDS PLENTY ON FIRST NIGHT OF SOLO DUTY 

DRIVEK CHARGED AFTER CHASE, CRASH 

900 F-OUNIiS OF MARIJJANA, ijUNS, CASH SEIZETi; 4 HELD 

TUO FACE MARIJUANA, LSD CHARt€S 

NCCU STUieJT CHfiRGEIi UITH GRCUIfJG 'POT' 

CHASE HALTED. BUT NOT TRAIN 

N.C. MAN FACES D-R'UG CHARGE IN UTAH 

COUF'LE FACE MARIHUANA CRCiJING CHARGES 

PLANNING BOARD MEMBER FACES MARIJUAfJA CHARGE 

ROXBORO RESIDENTS FACE DRUG CHARGES AFTER INVESTIGATION 

TWO UHITB.'ILL£ MEN FACE DRUG CHARGES 

POLICE ARREST 5 ON [iRUG CHARGES 

PaiCE ARREST 5 AFTER R■AIDI^^ !3AME ROOM 

FIVE FACING DRUG CHARGES ,:FrER 2 RAIDS 

DRtJG CHARGES FILEIi 

34 AR-RESTED IN DURHAM DRUG RAIDS 

[lUWAM VICE OFFICERS ARREST 24, SEEK 12 MORE IN DRUG RAIDS 

FOUR MORE ARFfSTEIi IN UNIiERCOVER KlIG INVESTIGATION 

MAN mil ON DRUG CHARGES 

MARIJJANA FaiND GR-CWING AT MY-CARE HOME 

ACCUSED MAN DENIES FAST CGNVICTIONS 

THR'EE (CN CHAF:GED IN DRUG PROBE 

3 RALEIGH MD^ ARRESTED i>J DRUG C-HARGES 

t8 MILLIOf^ IN COCATfC SEIZEIi IN CATAUBA COUNTY 

PRISON OFFICIALS SAY MARIJUANA FCUfJD IN HOIOUED-O-JT BIBLE 

MCRE MARIJUANA PLOTS, BUT FEWER PLANTS, FGL'ND 

MAR'IJUANA, CROPS 
SEE ALSO CRDPS 
BU^KE OFFICERS FINTi BUILDIfffi EQUIPPED TO GROW MARIJUANA 
WARRANT LEADS TO 'POT' CHAR'GE 
OFICER FI;!DS POT GROWING INSIDE HiJME 
SBI AIRF■LA^i£ SPOTS .'^ARIJUAjMA FLAf^S IN CHATHAM 
MAN ACCUSEl! OF GRdUING MARIJL'ANA 
FOREST SERVICE IS GN LOOKOUT FOR DRUG MONEY 
LAW OFFICERS REAP BOUNTIRX HARVEST OF MARlJUAfJA PIANTS 
AUTHORITIES SAY MARIJUANA CRiP IS QH DECLINE IN N.C, 
24 MARIJUANA PLANTS uPROOTEIi IN CHAPHAjI 
MARIUANA FOUNIi. ONE MAN CHARGED IN CHATHAM CGUNTY 
1,500 LAR-GE MARIJUANA PIANTS SEIZED 
MORE THW 3.100 MARIJUANA PLANTS SEIZED IN HAYWOOD 
MARIJJANA PIANTS FOUND OFF GEER ST. 
MARIJUANA PLANTS SEIZED IN GRAhJVILLE 
OVER 2,000 MAftlJJANA PLANTS FOUND IN GR:ANVILLE 

OFFICERS SAY GRANVILLE MARIJUANA CROP BIGGEST ONE SEIZED. ..THIS YEAR 
SBI REPORTS 63,446 MARIJUANA PIANTS DESTRWED 



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2 


N 080 


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6/25/1987 D 




N 030 


S 


9 


7/03/1987 A 


12 


N 


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2 


7/08/1987 B 


3 


H BIO 


H 


2 


7/30/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


1 


3/')6/!987 B 


3 


N 080 


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8/07/1987 C 


6 


N 080 


H 


1 


3/14/1987 B 


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3/15/1967 A 


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N 


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8/28/1987 B 


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9/10/1987 C 


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ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



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12/31/1937 



S U B J E 



GRANVILLE [£F'UTIES SEIZE 591 MARIJUANA PLANTS 

NCCU STUDENT CHAS'GEIi WITH GROWING 'POT' 

COUPLE FACE MARIJUANA G-ROUING CHARC€S 

ORAN(£ BOARD MEMBER PLEADS NO CONTEST TO DRUG CHARGE 

MARI.IUANA FOUND QR'OUING AT DAY-CARE HOME 

MARIJUANA FOUND HANGING IN TREES 

NEW TRIAL ORDERED IN DRUG CASE 

MORE MARIJUANA PLOTS, BUT FEUER PLAN IS, FOUND 

MARIJUANA, DISPOSAL 

SEE MARIJUANA, SEIZURE AND DISPOSAL 

MARIJUANA, HEALTH EFFECTS 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, HEALTH EFFECTS 
M(WI.aJANA USE, BRONCHITIS LINKEB MORE THAN SMOKING 
♦SUEIiISH CONNECTION' LEADS TO HONORAFlY DEGREE 

MARIJUANA, MEDICAL USE 
SEE ALSO CHEMOTHERAPY 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH _ 

'SIOISH CONNECTION' LEAI'S TO HONORARY KGREE 

MARIJUANA, RESEARCH 

SEE MARIJUANA, fEALTH EFFECTS 
SEE MARIJUANA, MEDICAL USE 

MARIJUANA, SEIZURE AND DISPOSAL ^ ^ 

SBI AIRFlAfC SPOTS MARIJUANA PLANTS IN CHATHAM 

MARIJUANA, TESTING 
SEE ALSO URINALYSIS 
COMPANY'S TEST OK'D FOR MARKETING 

MARIJU(«A, TRIALS 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, TRIALS 
MAN IS SENTENCED FOR TF;AFFIC FATALITY 
CONVICTIONS UPHELD IN PROSTITUTION CASE 
ORAN(^ BOARD MEMBER PLEADS NO CONTEST TO DRUG CHARISE 
FORMER DURHAM OFICER GETS MARIJUANA SENTENCE 

MARINE BIOLOGY 
SEE ALSO BIOLOGY 

SEE ALSO OJKE UNIV. MARINE LABORATORY 

SEE ALSO UNDERWATER RESEARCH „ 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCE 

'SIX-PACK YOMS' KILLING SEA LIFE; INSTITUTE WORKING ON ALTERNATIVES 
BALLOON LAUNCH INAFfRflPRIATE 

he studied sea slugs and got living honor 

marine resource centers 

see n.c. marine resource centers 

marion, n.c. 

Minion morning man may return to ministry 



MARITAL enrichment 

SEE ASSOCIATION OF COUPLES 



■aR MARRIAGE ENRICHMENT 



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P 


S 

E E 
D — DATE — C 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


1 9/24/1987 B 

2 10/03/1987 B 
2 10/09/1987 B 
2 11/05/1987 C 
2 11/25/1987 B 

1 12/01/1987 C 

2 12/'09/1987 B 
2 12/29/1987 C 


11 

9 
1 


N 

N 

N 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 1/24/1987 C 
H 2 5/31/1987 C 



MARITAL RAPE 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO RAPE, U.S. 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

STUDENT GROUP BACKS MARITAL RAPE LAW 

DUKE STUDENTS SEEK CHANGE IN STATE LAW 

DRUNKEN DRIVER BUMPER STICKERS URGED 

BILL AGAINST MARITAL RAPE FACES OBSTAaES 

FERRETS BACK IN LEGISLATIVE DEBATE 

HOUSE SD«iS BILL ON MARITAL RAPE BACK TO COMMITTEE 

VIOLENCE BY THE LAW?... LEGISLATURE TO DEBATE LEGALITIES OF MARITAL RAPE 

DISTRICT AnORNEYS' GROUP BACKS BILL 



4 N 
3 P N n97 



H 2 5/31/1987 C 3 P N M-?7 



H 1 6/17/1987 C 2 N 080 



H 2 1/15/1987 D 7 N 



H 2 6/24/1987 A 13 N 

H 2 11/04/1987 C 8 N 

H 2 11/05/1987 C 6 N 080 

H 2 11/12.'1987 B 1 N 080 



2 5/11/1987 C 1 P N C60 
2 5/14/1987 A 4 L 
2 8/14/1987 A 15 N 



S 2 3/30/1987 A 6 P F 



H 


-i. 


4/15/1987 B 


16 


N J40 


S 


n 


4/16/1937 C 


5 


N 


H 


9 


6/17/1987 3 


1 


N 


S 


■-J 


6/22/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/08/1997 B 


1 


N 


H 


9 


7/09/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


^ 


7/19/1987 A 


2 P 


J 046 


H 


■-1 


7/22/1987 A 


10 F 


N 046 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



1 N N U A L 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



BY SUBJECTS 



nt^lJfL R/iFt LAW NEEIO 

HOUSE COi*iITTEE AFfROVES ."i^RITAJ. Rf^E BILL 

MARITAL RAF£ BILL QJACTEIi BY HOUSE 

HERE IS WHAT LEGISLATURE DID DURI^«3 1987 SESSION 

MARKCT ST. 

DRILL TEAM 

MARKETING INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C., ADVERTISING 
N.C. COLEI^S MARKETING PROGRAMS 
PEOPLE'S BUYS SURVEY 

fttRKETING RESEAR-CH 

imT'S YOUR T}€ORY ON tSff PEOPLE LIKE HOT D(BS PACKA<£D IN TD6? 

fWRKSMANSHIP 
SEE ALSO aiNS 
SEE ALSO WiNISajNS 

FOP OTERS $10,000 FOR FIRING RANGE 

SHARF-SHOOTING DEFtTTY 

STATE OFFICIAL SEES FTOBIEMS DEVELCF'If^ FIRIfffi RANGES 

OFFICERS 1(^ AIM AT PISTOL CR-OUN 

FESTIVAL FORMAT WILL FlIT SHOOTERS UNICR THE GUN 

Of£-EYED OR TWO-, SHOOTER'S AIM FOR GOLD 

RECORDS FALL IN SHOOTING 

FESTIVAL ON FILM: READY.. .AIM... 

OFICER READY FOR POLICE OLYrFICS 

PRACTICAL SHOCTI,-JG EVDiT SLAini FOR OXFORD 

POLICEMAN yiNS MEDALS IN l^RLD SHO0TIW3 CONTEST 

3 UAKE MAYORS FLAN TO CFf CSE SHOOTING RJ^NGE 

fWRLINS 

FOR THESE WJRHAM ANOERS, THE BIG ONE DIIW'T GET AWAY 

MAR3UETKY 

BRITISH NCK-EMAN FINALLY FINDS 'R.J.'— IN N.C. F-RISON 

fttRQlETTE l^IV. SF'ORTS, BASKETBALL 
T(« ^£as SURVIVE UARR'IORS 
INCONSISTENT fCELS KEEP WINNING 

MAR'RIAGE COUNSaORS 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION OF COUFtES FOR MARRIAIS ENRICHMENT 
KEEPIhffi THE MAGIC IN MARRIAGE 

.MAN FILES LAWSUIT AFTER FORMER WIFE HARRIES COUNSELOR 
GUIDE DESIGfCD TO AID DI'vTOCE COUf<SELCRS 
SIFERWOMAN; SHE'S A ROLE ilCDEL FOR STRESS, ANGER, ILL HEALTH 

MARRIAGE LICENSES 

BILL UCiULD REGUIRE AIDS TESTS FOR MARRIAGE LICENSE 
AIDS TESTING NEEIED 

THE MARRIAGE OF MARIA BR:AUN (FILM) 

'WiRIA BRaUN' FASTH='ACED PARlABLE CF GEMAN 'MIRACLE' 

MARRIAGE PROPOSALS 
SEE ALSO lEIiDINGS 
FIIPFING THE QUESTION 
WOMAN GETS *7,500 IN DAMAGES FOR WIPHDRAWN MARRIAGE PROFtKAL 

MARRIAGES, DURHAM 

CHAFlM, GOOD HLWCR SAM RILEY'S HALLMAh:KS 

TrEY'RE 'BEST RIEfJK' 

PARKING LOT INCIDENT BROKE ICE GN IiATE 

T1€Y HAND-SEWED 10,000 BEADS 

ROMANCE BEC-AN WITH TUTORING AT LUNCHTIME 

CATCICR'S LIE AT THE START DIDN'T KEEP THEM AF'ART 

HE BAGGED HER' AT THE GROCERY 3T.0RE 

BREAK-UP DIDN'T FI^ENT WEDDING VOUS 



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E L Y 

C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 7/23/1987 A 4 L 

H 2 7/29/1987 A 15 N 046 

H 2 S/07/1987 7 N 

H 2 8/15/1987 A 10 N 



S 2 6/04/1987 C 1 P P L38 



S 2 6/29/1987 C 4 N 
H 2 12/'18/1987 C 8 N 



H 2 3/02/1987 B 9 P U L41 



H 3 6/01/1987 C 

S 2 6/06/1987 C 

S 2 6/17/1987 C 

H 2 6/27/1987 D 

H 2 7/12/'1987 G 

H 2 7/19/1987 A 

H 2 7/19/1987 C 

H 2 7/19/1987 C 

3 2 7/29/1987 C 

H 2 8/16/1987 B 

H 2 8/29/1987 C 

H 2 9/05/1987 A 



2 8/04/1987 D 



1 

11 

5 



N BIO 
U T35 
N 
N 

F Y55 
N M97 
N 

P T70 
N H30 
N y60 
N 
N 



4/09/1987 A 



H 2 2/16/1987 B 
S 2 2/16/1987 D 



H 2 2/09/1987 A 

H 2 2/12/1987 D 

H 2 3/01/1987 D 

H 2 11/20/1987 B 



H 2 2/19/1987 A 
H 2 6/12/1987 A 



5 P N A76 

18 N 



2 N C52 
2 P U F25 



6 T F Zll 

7 N 
11 N 

2 P F 211 



13 N 
4 E 



H 2 4/03/1987 D 10 R L59 



2 6/12/1987 B 
2 12/09/1987 B 



1/04/1987 C 
1/04/1987 E 
1/11/1987 £ 
1/13/1987 A 
1/13/1987 E 
1/25/1987 E 
2/-01/1987 E 
2/08/1987 E 



1 T F G59 
3 N 



U L57 
F H45 
F CSO 

U H45 
F 211 
F H45 
F CSO 
F 211 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



S U B J 



ABSENCE MADE THEIR HEARTS FGNDER 

BEST FRIENDS Pf£ ALSO HUSBAND, UIFE 

COMMUNICATION HELPED THEM STAY TOGETHER 

HER 'NO'S' TURNED TO 'YES'S' AFTER HIS PERSISTENT WOOING 

HE POFfED THE QUESTION DESPITE PUTT-PUH INCIDENT 

COUPLE HAS FRIENISHIP, ROMANCE 

THAT ROSE IMPRlSSEIi HER 

MEETINt3 IN DURHAM BAKERY LED TO SUEET ROMANCE 

IfTORMAL SURVEY 

T1€Y DECIDED TO EXCHANGE WUS AFTER 12-YEAR COURTSHIP 

MARRIAGE BECOMES TAXING EXPERIENCE 

HER RED HAIR CAUGHT HIS EYE ON FATEFUL SATURHAY NIGHT 

WEDDING VOWS CAP 12-YEAR 'ON-OFF' ROMANCE 

NO STORMY RELATIONSHIP FOR THIS COUFIE 

he: 'SHE CARRIEIi HERSELF WELL" 

OFFICE ROMANCE IS NOW A LIFETIME PARTNERSHIP 

TIME WAS A GOOD FRIEND IN THEIR 7-YEAR ROMANCE 

'f€ SMILED AND I SMILED' 

BOY MAPJ^IES Tt€ GIRL (ALMOST) ^EXT DOOR 

POFflNG THE QUESTION 

SHE WAS PUT TO TEST AND PASSED 

T}£ FINAL MESSAGE WAS ONE OF LOVE „ ^^„ 

IT'S LOVE AT SECOND SIGHT! ACOUAINTANCES AT COLLEGE GET TOGETHER... 

A WEDDING RICH IN FRIENDSHIP: JOHNSON, MOSES RECEPTION,.. 

FROM HIGH-SEA3 ROMANCE TO WEDDING BELLS 

FIRST Tl€ FIREWORKS, THEN THE KISS 

BENNHAUSENS' HONEYMOON WILL BE CAPRI 

CHILDHOOD ROMANCE GRADUATES TO LOVE ^ .,„.,..^ 

LOVE WAS A MOVING EXPERIENCE: OfCE THE FURNITURE WAS OUT, ROMANCE... 

THEY MAie A PLEDGE TO EACH OTHER— AND THEIR PARENTS AS WELL 

TWO AMERICANS IN PARIS 

WHEN BEST FRIENDS MARRY 

LOVE WITH MUSICAL OVERTOf€S 

A SILVER SCREEN ROMANCE 

KEEPING LOVE UP IN THE AIR 

GIRL MEETS BOY; AFTER: 60 YEARS, GIRL WEDS BOY 

A COLORFUL LOVE STORY 

CHILDHOOD FEUD ENIS IN MARRIAGE 

SHE STOLE A FUTURE FIREFIGHTER'S TeiDY— AND GOT AWAY WITH IT 

Tf€Y GOT TANGLED UP IN LOVE 

FOR THIS COUPLE, COURTING HAD A SPECIAL MEANING 

SPARKS FLY, FINALLY KINDLING A ROMANCE 

DANCING WHILE CUPID PLAYS A 1W£ 

FIRST IMF'RESSIONS CAN BE DECEIVING - LUCKILY FOR HIM 

MATCfWiKING AHEMPT STRIKES UP' A ROMANCE 

LOVE AND MARRIAGE GO TOGETHER LIKE A. . . 

LOVE WAS WAITING IN THE OFFICE NEXT DOOR 

THEY DANCED INTO EACH OTHER'S HEARTS 

THEY 'a SET THEIR GOALS TOGETHER 

WhEN FRIENISHIP BLOOMS 

IF AT FIRST YOU ICN'T SUCCEED... 

HE HEARD IT ON THE OFFICE GRAPEVINE: SHE LIKED HIM 

MARRIAGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO PRISONERS, N.C, MARRIAGES 
SEE ALSO WEIiDINGS 
COUPLE'S LOVE TRIUMF'HS OVER FEASS AND DESPAIR 
MAN MARRIES BRIDE HE'S NEVER SEEN 

PREMARITAL PACT PROCEDURES OUTLINED IN N.C. HOUSE BILL 
WEDDING BEaS TO RING IN JUNE FOR VALEt'lTINE, WILSiDN UOMA^'I 
DOG ARRESTED BEFORE WEDDING CAKE WAS CUT 
WEDDING SURF'RISE 
AWAITING A WEDDING ON DEATH ROW 
NEW PROGRAM IS PROVIDING INDEPENDDfCE FOR COUPLE 
LOVE BY THE BUCKET— 170 FEET UP 



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I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C - 


PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


2/15/1987 E 


7 P F H45 


H 


2 


2/22/1987 E 


7 P P C30 


H 


9 


3/01/1987 E 


10 P P ZU 


H 


ti 


3/08/1987 E 


8 P N H45 


H 


2 


3/15/1987 E 


3 P F C80 


H 


n 


3/22/1987 E 


7 P F ZU 


H 


2 


3/29/1987 E 


9 P F H45 


H 


9 


4/05/1987 E 


a P F C80 


H 


9 


4/11/1987 B 


1 C F 


H 


2 


4/12/1987 E 


8 P F Zll 


S 


2 


4/16/1987 A 


1 P F 327 


H 


2 


4/19/1987 E 


9 P F H45 


H 


O 


4/26/1987 E 


6 P F C30 


H 


2 


5/03/1987 E 


6 P F Zll 


H 


2 


5/10/1987 E 


6 P F H45 


H 


2 


5/17/1987 E 


8 P F C80 


H 


9 


5/24/1987 E 


6 P F Zll 


H 


2 


5/31/1987 E 


7 P F H45 


H 


2 


6/07/1987 E 


8 P F C80 


S 


9 


6/12/1987 B 


1 T F G59 


H 


2 


6/14/1987 E 


9 P F Zll 


H 


2 


6/21/1987 E 


7 P F H45 


H 


2 


6/28/1987 E 


6 P F H45 


H 


9 


6/30/1987 B 


2 U H45 


H 


2 


7/05/1987 E 


6 P F H45 


H 


2 


7/12/1987 E 


7 P F H45 


H 


2 


7/14/1987 B 


1 P U H45 


H 


2 


7/19/1987 E 


7 P F C80 


H 


9 


7/26/1987 E 


6 P F Zll 


H 


9. 


3/02/1987 E 


8 P F H45 


H 




3/09/1987 E 


8 P F C80 


H 


9 


8/16/1987 E 


7 P F Zll 


H 


2 


8/23/1987 E 


7 P F H45 


H 


9 


8/30/1987 E 


8 P F C80 


H 


9 


9/06/1987 E 


8 P F Zll 


H 


9 


9/13/1987 E 


7.P F H45 


H 


2 


9/20/1987 E 


7 P F 080 


H 


n 


9/27/1987 E 


8 P F Zll 


H 


9 


10/04/1987 E 


9 P F H45 


H 


2 


10/11/1987 E 


7 P F C80 


H 


2 


10/13/1987 E 


9 P F Zll 


H 


9 


10/25/1987 E 


8 P F H45 


H 


1^ 


11/01/1987 E 


8 P F C30 


H 


n 


11/08/1987 E 


9 P F Zll 


H 


9 


11/15/1987 B 


10 P F H45 


S 


•f 


11/18/1987 B 


1 P P S27 


H 


--) 


11/22/1987 E 


13 P F CSO 


H 


9 


11/29/1987 E 


13 P F ZU 


H 


9 


12/06/1987 E 


10 P F H45 


H 


2 


12/13/1987 E 


9 P F C30 


H 


9 


12/20/1987 E 


9 P F Zll 


H 


9 


12/27/1987 E 


7 P F H45 


H 


2 


1/05/1987 B 


1 P F B81 


3 


9 


1/06/1987 A 


9 P N 


H 




3/09/1987 C 


1 P N 


3 


9 


4/23/1987 C 


1 P N 


S 


9 


6/18/1787 C 


2 N 


H 


1 


8/04/1987 B 


1 P P 


H 


i-V 


8/14/1987 B 


3 P N B38 


H 


1 


10/01/1987 B 


1 P N T33 



H 2 11/27/1987 C 



«ARRIA<^S, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION OF COUFIES 
SEE ALSO EXTRA-MARITAL AFFAIRS 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 



•OR MARRIAGE B^RICHMENT 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



SEE ALSO UNMARRIED COIJFIES 

SEE ALSO UEMUNGS 
BOOK Gl'vtS GUIDANCE TO UOfEN UISHI^JG ffARRIAGE 
HITE'S "JCMEN ANi) LOVE' A WARNING TO SINi3LE MEN 
UOMAN GETS $7,500 IN DAMAGES FOR UITHDRAUN .nARRIAGE FfiCFCSAL 

MARRIOn CORf. 

MARRIOn TO BUILD $7 MILLION HOTEL IN DURHAM 
MARRIOn/CAROLINA SERVICE GETS AWARD 
GETTING AHEAD t MUFFINS WILL BE HOT IN FUTURE, THEY SAY 
NEU YORK, BOSTON HOUSING TOPS SCALE OF EXPENSIVE HOMES 

MARRIOn RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK- 
TRIANGLE RANKED 7TH IN U.S. AS ENTREPRENEURIAL HOT SPOT 

MARS 

JOINT MISSION TO MARS 

MARS HILL COLLEGE 

ELON 92, MARS HILL 34 
MARS HILL 86, TUSCULUM 57 

MARS HILL COLLEGE SPORTS, FODTBALL 
TWO FOR MARS HILL 
CATAWBA 23, MAR'S HILL 20 
MARS HILL 3, NEWBERRY 
W. CAROLINA 41, MARS HILL 
UOJ'S SMITH TOSSES 4 TDS IN FIRST START 
PRESBYTERIAN 19, MARS HILL 7 
AFfALACHIAN TR'IPS MARSHALL, CLINCHES SOUTHEFW CROWN 

MARSHALL AND KOME 

DURHAM IMAi3E TO BE BOOSTED IN TRIANGLE 

MARSHALL PLAN 

CIRCUMSTANCES ALTER FOREIGN POLICY GOALS 

THE MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP 

FtOFlEj DURHAM MAN RECEI'vCS 'SCHOLARSHIP 

MARSHALL UNIV. 

FANFAR'E/MARSHAa TABBED 

MARSHALL LWIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

PLAY(FFS MATCH CCNFER'ENCE RIVALS 

APPALACHIAN STATE, MARSHAa MEET AGAIN IN I-AA SEMIFINALS 

MAR'SHAU. TOPS ASU, REACHES I-AA FINAL 

MARSHVILLE, N.C. 

BEER COfff'ANY'S CONTEST PROMPTS CALLS TO MARSHVILLE 

MARTIAL ARTS 
SEE ALSO JUDO 
SEE ALSO KARATE 
SEE ALSO SELF-DEFENSE 
SEE ALSO TAEfOJONDO KOREAN SELF-DEFE"NSE 
SEE ALSO TRIANGLE 'JCMEN'S MAR'TIAL ARTS 

GETTING READY 

EEEE-YAH! 

FANCY STICK UOR-K 

ONLY 30 INCHES OF CONCRETE STAND BETWEEN HIM AND 5TH DEGREE BELT 

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CONTEST 

2 WIN MARTIN LUTHER KING SCHOLARSHIP 

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. .'MEMORIAL LECTURE 

E-yiENTS PLANMIi TO HONOR MEMORY OF RIGHTS LEADER: 
DR. VERNON SCHEDULED TO SFEAK AT CONFEREWE 
TRANSAFRICA HEAD TO GIVE KING LECTURE 
ROBINSON TO GIVE KIf« MEMORIAL LECTURE AT UNC 



U B J E C T S 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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2 '?/22/'1987 B 
2 10/25/1987 D 
2 12/09/1987 B 



S 2 3/28/1987 A 
H 2 9/05/1987 A 
H 2 11/22/1987 D 
2 11/29/1987 F 



2 3/29/1987 D 
2 12/09/1987 A 



2 12/06/1987 C 
2 12/13/1987 C 



2 3/19/1987 B 
2 9/20/1987 B 
2 10/04/1987 B 
2 10/11/1987 S 
2 10/18/1987 B 
2 10/25/1987 B 
2 11/08/1987 C 



2 12/14/1987 A 
2 12/21/1987 A 
2 11/05/1987 B 
2 11/02/1987 B 



2 12/11/1987 D 
2 12/12/1987 D 
2 12/'13/19S7 C 



H 1 6/06/1987 C 



1 P F 059 
5 U 1«09 
3 N 



11 P N 

10 N 

11 P U L41 
1 N 



10 U L41 



4 P P M66 

2 N 

5 N 
5 N 
7 P N 
4 N 

3 N 



1 N y82 

4 E 

5 P N 
4 N 



4 H 
3 N 
6 N 



S 2 3/06/1987 A 7 f ' P L38 

S 2 7/17/1987 A 11 P P S76 

S 2 11/03/1937 D 6 P P C45 

S 2 12/01/1987 D 4 P N A76 



2 2.'07/1987 A 3 P N 



1/04/1987 C 
2/13/1987 C 
3/08/1987 C 
3/10/1987 A 



-tX630- 



(1 N T H L 



Y/ANNUAL 
1/01/1787 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1V37 



S U B J E 



speaker; U.S. must lead s. africa sanctions 

ARIZONA PROF TO GIVE KING LECTURE 

MARTIN-MARIETTA AGGREGATES , ^^ „^, 

FRANKLIN QUARRY PROTEST SHIFTING TO STATE LEVEL 
PERSON COUNTY BUDGET REQUESTS TOP $13 MILLION 
MT. TIRZAH RESIDENTS WANT ZONING TO BLOCK QUAF:RY 
FtRSON BOARD DELAYS ZONING ECCISION, WILL TOUR SLIARRIES 
BOARD VOTES 5-3 AGAINST ZONING TO BLOCK QUARRY 
BOARD IN PERSON REJECTS ZONING TO BLOCK QUARRY 
QUESTIONS RAISED ON PROPOSED ROCK illARRY 
APPLICATION IS FILED FOR ROCK QUARRY 
HEARING SOUGHT ON QUARRY 
PUBLIC HEARING ON PERSON QUARRY SET 
ROXBCRO HEARING SET ON QUARRY 

MARTINSVILLE, VIRGINIA 
SEE ALSO VIRGINIA 
HILLSBOROUGH REVITALIZATION GROUP HEARS VIRGINIA REPORT 

MARTINSVILLE SPEEDWAY 

MARTINSVILLE EARfflHARDT'S CUP OF TEA 
WALTRIP SMELLS THE ROSES AT MARTINSVILLE 
HENSLEY, MARTIN TAKE WINS AT MARTINSVILLE 

MARY DIM BIDDLE FaWDATION 

ARTS ACTIVITIES HEAT AS DUKE'S WINTERFE3T BEGINS 

MARY POTTER SCHOOL (OXFORD, N.C.) 

VANI'^ISM AT SCHOOL TOTALS $1,500 

MARY REYNOLIS BABCOCK FOUNDATION 

MARTIN URGES NETWORK OF LANGUAGE INSTITUTES 

ORANGE TKIES RECONCILIATION PROGRAM 

GROUP TO OPtN N.C. OFFICE 

CHILD ADVOCACY GROUP GETS GRANTS 

RECYaiNG FIRM GETS GRANT 

SUN SHARES GETS GRANT TO PROMOTE CURBSIDE RECYCLING 

UNO PAIRING RETIRED SCIENTISTS, GROUPS ON E^WIRONME^^TAL ISSUES 

MARYLAND 

MARYIANDERS LOOKING SOUTH FOR ANSWERS IN LEAF QUANDARY 

MASCO CORP. 

MASCO CONTINUES N.C. BUYING SPREE 
LEXINGTON FURNITURE COMPANIES' SALE OK'D 

MASKS 

SEE ALSO HALLOWEEN MASKS 
JIM, TAMMY BAKKER MASKS BEING MARKETED FOR $28.00 
THESE STREET PEOPLE LOOKED VERY FAMILIAR 

MASON C. DAY EXCAVATING CO. 

MIAMI BLVD. ROAD WORK A YEAR BEHIND SCHEIiULE 

MASON-DIXON LINE LEAGUE 

FANFARE! COACHES NAMED 

TRIANGLE CARDI^WLS SEEKING EXPANSION 

TRtlPHY SECURED 

MASON-DIXON OPINION RESEARCH, INC. 
SEE ALSO POLLS 
PRIMARY considerations; CANDIDATES FACE UNDECIDED TAR HEELS 
LEADING CANDIDATES, JORDAN APFLiUJD MORNING HERALD'S POLITICAL POLL 
GUBERNATORIAL POLL REVEALS INTERESTING TRENDS 
WATKINS SAYS POLL SHOWS ROOM FOR HIM IN PRIMARY 

MASONBORO ISLAND 

MASONBORO ISLAND IS 'FOR THE BIRDS' 



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I T 


N 


E E 




L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


H 


3 3/24/1937 B 


1 


P N L90 


H 


3 12/17/1937 B 


2 


N 


H 


1 4/14/1987 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 5/20/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 6/11/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 6/13/1987 C 


1 


H 


H 


1 6/18/1987 B 


1 


N S80 


H 


1 7/08/1987 C 


1 


N S80 


H 


1 7/16/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 11/13/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 11/26/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 12/24/1987 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 12/31/1987 B 


1 


N T33 



H 2 5/07/1987 B 3 N MIO 



H 2 9/27/1987 BUN 
H 2 9/28/1987 D 1 P N 1460 
H 2 11/02/1987 B 3 N 



3 2 1/03/1987 D 3 P N 
H 1 7/14/1987 C 1 N 



1/20/1987 C 

2/06/1987 B 

2/06/1987 C 

3/14/1987 A 

11/30/1987 A 

12/02/1987 C 

12/11/1987 C 



14 
3 
3 
6 



H 2 12/07/1987 D 



2 8/02/1787 B 10 
2 9/30/1987 A 9 



N 

N W27 
N R80 
N 
N 
N 
N U80 



2 8/26/1987 D 4 
2 12/11/1987 A 1 P 



N 

U H49 



12/14/1987 A 1 N W82 



H 2 1/19/1987 B 3 N 
S 2 5/26/1987 B 6 N 
H 2 8/12/1937 C 4 P P 376 



H 2 10/15/1787 A 1 D N 046 

H 2 10/16/1987 C 1 N 046 

S 2 10/22y'1987 A 5 J R53 

H 1 10/23/1987 C 1 N L40 



2 8/12/1987 C 



MASONR'Y 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/flNNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/'31/1937 



S U B J £ C 



SEE ALSO H?ICXLAYERS 
SEE ALSO BRICKS 

rajfJG SIDEUALK E'«INEER NOJ PRESIICNT OF CafAfr'Y 

LYONS Ti!y<ES FIRST IN YOUTH HASW^Y CONTEST 

STEADY UORK 

msws 

SEE ALSO EAHAHA (iASONIC LOICE 
SEE ALSO lORCAS MASOfJIC LODtSE 
SEE ALSO ST. JGW'S DAY 

fcu ar icERS 

CLYIiE KNIGHT CHR. DID') INIflXTEIl I^f^O Him ORDER 

ST. Jm'S CAY SET S^^^U'RBAY IN CXFCSIi 

KASC^IC fCMJKEffr yiLL BE lOICATEIi 

SBJCi ATTEND FREEMASONRY SSSiaS IN OKLA. 

^Cy OFFICERS 

ilASCNS HONOvED 

MASS tffEfi. (PLAY) 

'.lASS APPEAL' HAS ENTERTAINING HESSAGE 

RALEIGH EN'SEMBLE'S 'flASS APPEi^^' TACKLES RISKY ISSUE— RELIGION 

MASS rtURKRS 

SEE ALSO JACK TJC RIPFtR 
SEE ALSO ftJfi-DER, U.S. 
SAY NO TO («<DEFfRS 

ilASS SUICIDE 

SEE RaiGIOUS CULTS 

SEE SUICIDES, IffTERNATIOfiSiL 

MASS TRANSIT 

SEE ALSO atBUAYS 
SEE i^SO TF^vO., U.S. 

RTP SUTTLE SYSTEMS ^ERITS INVESTIGATIKv 

SAM^CRIi CAN (€LP GET FiMiS FOR MASS Ti^WSIT 

TRANSPCRTATIC*i BOARD OKS FESTIVAL FTO^CT ■ 

SOUnCRN PARK'yAY TOPS COl^mf'S WISH LIST 

HJSES AND TR-CLLEYS; IS IT TI« FOR ACTION? 

TR;IAN6L£ AREA NEEDS «ASS TRANSIT FIAN 

WKLIi CLASS region: CO«Th£NC£ f£COI*£NIS TRAI'E CENTER... 

TRIANai LEADERS OK 8 GOALS 

PCtELL TfflJ TO START TALi^.S ON GETTLN-G SJS SYSTEM 

flASS TRANSIT, NfflH3?B^ AREAS 

VALENTIfC FAVORS U.S. R-WDS FOR MASS TRANSIT 

^tf&SAC^usE^s 

ET SAVES MONEY IN MASS. 

IJNIKX INSLSWCE LIKELY TO INCREASE aCMBJ'S PREHIU1S 

BUT WHAT ABOUT MILEAGE'' 

MASSACHUSETTS CHILD TO HEAD PACK HC^E 

CHILD ADVOCACY NEHJORK- SHIELIED 3IF1 IN IJJRHAM 

fOIA SHOULD HAI.E PROTECTED CHILIi'3 PRIVACY 

MASSAGE 

F^UBLIC ^€ARINGS POSSIBLE SEF'T. 14 GN PLAi^JS TO rERGE lEFAh'TIIENTS 

rEARIf«.S F-RWOSED FOR TAX, F-LAf.'NING ."CPGER 

HEARL»*GS SET ON )€R-C-ER CF FIANNING, TAX CfflCES 

MASSAGE TO GII.E 'LiafT TOUCH' TO HEALTH FAIR 

Ol TO a}RK AN'D LEAVE GUILT AND A HAPPY CHV^ BEHIND 

MASSAGE PARLORS 

SEE ALSO PROSTITUTION 
COWJTY COMMISSIO^CRS TO STlJTiY CHANGES IN MASSAffi, THERAPY LAW 
COWTY SETS f€ARIf« ON .-lASSAGE LAW 

MASSAC-E T1€RAPISTS 

COUNTY COf^ISSIOftRS TO STUDY CHANKS IN tttSSAGE, THERAPY LAW 
COUNTY ^S HEARING ON MASSAGE LAW 



S I T 

E ELY 
D — MTE — C -F-G L P BYL 



H 2 3/23/198? F 1 N J40 
H 1 10/22/1987 B I N 
S 2 11/19/1987 C 1 P P K30 



S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 


2 1/03/1987 C 
2 5/03/1987 C 
2 6/11/1987 B 
2 10/01/1987 A 
2 10/28/1987 B 
2 12/16/1987 C 
2 12/19/1987 C 


1 P P R76 

5 P N 

1 N H60 
19 N 

6 N 

9 P P U62 
1 P P 


H 

S 


2 5/07/1987 B 
2 5/07/1987 D 


10 R tiS66 
6 R bl63 



H 2 12/06/1987 D 4 E 



2/15/1987 D 

2/17/1987 A 

4/11/1987 A 

5/04/1987 C 

11/13/1987 A 

11/19/1987 A 

12/03/1987 B 

12/03/1987 A 

12/10/1987 A 



4 
4 

14 
1 
4 
4 

11 
1 
1 



M E 



E 
N 

N fi06 
E 

N M97 
N S«2 
N H70 



H 2 3/21/1987 C 1 P N H60 



6/13/1987 A 

8/30/1987 D 

9/28/1987 A 

10/08/1987 A 

10/09/1987 A 

10/23/1987 A 



8/23/l'?S7 

8/24/1987 

8/25/19-87 

10/10/1987 

12/03/1987 



2 7/13/1987 A 
2 7/15/1987 C 



7/13/1987 A 
7/15/1987 C 



4 

10 

4 

1 



10 
1 
1 

1 
12 



L 

U L41 
E 

N 382 
J S32 
L 



N A54 

N M06 

H M0(4 

N M06 

U 



N M06 
N ,106 



N M06 
N fi06 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



Y SUBJECTS 



PAGE1229 
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COWISSION TO REVIEW CIVIC CENTER CONTRACTS 

COJNTY PASSES GROUTrl-GUIDING PLAN 

COMMISSIONER'S GI'/E THUMBSHJP TO PROJECTS IN PLANNING FOR YEARS 

MASSAGE TO GIVE 'LICW TOUCH' TO HEALTH FAIR 

MASTECTOMIES 

SEE ALSO BREAST CANCER 
SEE ALSO BREAST RECONSTRUCTION SURGERY 
SEE ALSO SURGERY 
C0MBI^O MASTECTOMY, RECONSTRUCTION BENEFITS NOTED 

MASTER-LIMITED PARTNER'SHIP 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 

LIGGEH FILES NEW STOCK PLAN 

LiM PLAN TO HELP EOT, COMPETITIVENESS 

LiM FILES FLAN TO SELL STOCK FOR *69 MILLION 

MASTERS GOLF TOLKNAMENT 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
NICKLAUS' MASTERS MIRACLE SEEMS LIKE IT WAS ONLY YESTERDAY 
NORMAN CALMER, BUT STILL BOASTS BIG BITE 
ONCE AGAIN, GOL'^S EXPECTING FAST SKATING ON MASTERS GREENS 
GOLFER FOLLOWS FATHER'S LEALi 
O'GRADY THROWS A LEFT-RIGHT COMBO AT MASTER'S 
NICKLAUS LIKES WHERE HE STANDS 
AtCN corner: FEU PRAYERS ANSWERED HERE 
HOST OF PLAYERS DOG CRENSHAW, MALTBIE FOR LEAD 
NORMAN SHOWS OFF STRENGTH 
MIZE MASTERS NORMAN WITH PLAYOFF VICTORY 
FOR MIZE, THE BEST THING ABOUT A DREAM IS LIVING IT 
DREAM BECOMES MIZE'S MIRAaE „^^^ ^„ ^^^ 

GA. TECH TRACES GOLFING HISTORY FROM LEGENDARY JOfCS TO MIZE 
18-HOLE PLAYOFFS SHOULD DECIDE GOLF'S MAJOR'S 

"MATCHBOOK" POLITICAL CAMF'AIGN (APRIL, 1980) 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 

MATERNITY BEfCFITS 
SEE PREGNANCY 

MATERNITY FASHIONS 
SEE ALSO FASHION 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 
COOL FABRICS GOOD FOR MATERNITY WEAR 

MATERNITY LEAVE 

SEE ALSO PI^EGNANCY 
NO STATE LAW EXPECTED ON MATERNITY LEAVE 
FEMINISTS' LEGISLATION 
PANEL KILLS REFERENDUM ON REF'LACING PROPERTY TAX 

MATEUAN (FILM) 

'MATEWAN' IS MASTERPIECE 

'MATEUAN' STRONG DESPITE SAYLES OVERKILL 

MINIhJG FOR THE TRUTH OF THE MATEWAN MASSACRE 

HERALD REVIEW OF 'MATEUAN' SHOWS ANTI-UBOR UNION BIAS 

MOVIE IS PRO-WORKER 

MATEUAN MASSACRE 

MINING FOR THE TR'UTH OF THE MATEWAN MASSACRE 

HERALD REVIEW OF 'MATEWAN' SHOWS ANTI-LABOR UNION BIAS 

MOVIE IS PRO-WORK-ER 

MATHEMATICS 

SEE ALSO ALGEBRA 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTATION IN MEDICINE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MATHEMATICS DEPT. 

SEE ALSO DUR'HAM MATHEMATICS COb'NCIL 



S I T 

N E ELY 

p D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 9/28/1987 C 1 N M06 

S 2 9/29/1987 A 3 N M06 

H 2 9/30/1987 C 3 N A54 

S 2 10/10/1987 A 1 P N M06 



H 2 11/30/1987 B 1 N MO 



H 


2 


7/2S/1987 A 


1 


N L41 


S 


2 


7/28/1987 A 


1 


N U82 


H 


9 


9/04/1987 B 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


4/08/1987 D 


1 


U C49 


H 


7 


4/09/1987 D 


1 


U C49 


H 


2 


4/09/1987 D 


1 


P N C49 


H 


9 


4/10/1987 C 


1 P U C49 


H 


2 


4/10/1987 C 


1 


P N C49 


H 


2 


4/11/1987 D 


1 


P U C49 


H 


2 


4/12/1987 B 


1 


U C49 


H 


o 


4/12/1987 B 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 


4/12/1987 B 


6 P N C49 


H 


2 


4/13/1987 B 


O 


P N C49 


H 


2 


4/13/1987 B 


2 


U C49 


H 


? 


4/14/1987 D 


1 P U C49 


H 


2 


4/19/1987 B 


4 


U C49 


3 


n 


4/20/1987 A 


4 


E 



S 2 11/27/1987 B 3 F 



2 1/15/1987 A 15 N 
2 2/27/1987 A 4 L 
2 5/27/1987 B 2 N 



10/22/1987 D 
10/30/1987 D 
11/01/1987 E 
11/05/1987 A 
11/06/1987 A 



11/01/1987 E 
11/05/1987 A 
11/06/1987 A 



P R 

P R 

P F 

L 

L 



B71 
S66 
T30 



2 P F 
4 L 
4 L 



T30 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



I H d EX BY 
12/'31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



p 

SEE ALSO N.C. HATHEMATICS CONTEST 

SEE ALSO N.C. SCHCiCL OF SCIENCE ANIi MATHEMATICS 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE MATH CLUB 

SEE ALSO UNly. OF N.C. MATHEMATICS Af€i SCIENCE EDUCATION NETWORK 

DUKE COURSE MAKES NUMBERS ADD UP 

DU5HAM TEACHER SEEKS TO UF1JRAI€ U.S. MATH 

DURHAM IMPhCUES MATH PR-QGRAMS 

VERBAL, ilATH SKILLS fCQi TO BE BALANCED 

TEEN OPINION AT HILLSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 

MONEY NOT SF'ENT ISN'T flWAYS SAVEIi 

ClORETH, PHILLIPS TIE IN UNC ALGEBRA CONTEST 

CITY SCHOOLS OX PROGRAMS IN READING, MATH 

4 WIN GEOMETRY CONTEST 

FORTmFER WINS ALGEBRA COWETITION 

STUDENT CHOSEN FOR MATHCOUNTS TEAM IN N.C. 

MATH COUNTS 

DIKE WILL HOST MATH CONFERENCE 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON «ATH SET AT DUKE TODAY 

13-YEAR-CLD TUTORS COLLEGE STUDENTS IN MATH 

MATH TEACHER PLUS CLUB EQUALS WINNING NUMBERS AT HIGH SCHOOL 

CHAPEL HIU STUDENT EXCELS ON MATH TEAM 

MATH STUICNT MAKES PERFECT SCORE IN CONTEST 

MATH SCHOOL TO BE HOST OF WORKSHOP 

ACADEMIC CONCESSIONS HIGHLIGHT SHORTCOMINGS 

MATH ffflCaS SHOW FUNCTION OF CELLS, ORGANS 

HUGE GAP REMAINS BETWEEN CAT SCORES BY BLACKS, WHITES 

NEW MATH; DL'RHAM POLICEMAN HELPS STUDENTS BALAiNCE EQUATIONS 

WITH OR WIT>^OUT A COMFt'TER, SHE STILL HAS ALL THE A^iS^jERS 

MATH, HISTORY SCORES IN N.C. MATCH AVERAGE 

LENNY NG'S NUMBER'S ALL ADD UP 

ilATLOCK (TELEVISION SWDW) 

IT MAY BE ANDY'S BEST ROLE 

MAURICE (FILM) 

'MAURICE' FINE PERIOD PIECE, BUT NO 'RtJOM' 

ACTOR FLAYS ROLE IN RETIREES' LIVES 

SUBJECT OF 'MAURICE' MAY DIVIDE OPINION OF 'ROTM' FANS 

SUBSIDIZED IMMORALITY 

TAX-SUBSIDIZED DISGRACE 

MAURICE J. KOURY NATATORIUM 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, SHIMMING POOLS 

MAX FACTOR AND CO. 

MAX FACTOR LEAVING OXFORD: 842 EMPLOYEES AT FIANT TO LOSE JOBS BY JULY 

MAX FACTOR'S [lECISION TO CLOSE R-OCKS GRAWILLE CO., ECCNOh'Y 

CLOSING HITS OXFORD 

OXFORD BUSINESS FIANS TO EXPANIi, ADDING 100 JOBS 

OXFORD GROUP'S FIAN AID FOR MAX FACTOR WORKERS 

OXFORD MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION PLANS SESSIOf^S TO ASSIST LAID OFF WORKERS H 

GOVERNMENT NOT JUST A BUSINESS 

RW^AL NORTH CAR'OLINA SHOULD CHAN'GE GOALS 

OXFORD CHURCH WILL HOLD PUBLIC (lEETING ON PLANT LAYOFFS 

GRANVILLE CHAIRMAN REMINDS SCHOOL OFFICIALS OF TAX LOSSES 

GRANVILLE BOAPH ADOPTS ' ADjUSTMQ^T STRATEGY FOR DISLOCATQi WORKERS' 

MAX FACTOR ANNOUhJCES SCHEIiiLE FOR LAYOFFS 

GRANVILLE COURTS TWO BUSI?£SSES 

COMF'ANY MAY HIR-E SOME OF LAID-OFF MAX FACTOR WORKER'S 

MANY PEOF'LE LOSL^JG !*AX FACTOR JOBS WAfJT TO REMAIN IN GRAJ^VILLE COUNTY 

WORKSHOPS FtANNED TO HELP PEOPLE FACING LOSS OF JOBS 

REVLON TO MOVE AL.IAY OPERATIONS TO OXfORD 

ALMAY CONTINUES SHIFTING WORK TO OXFORIi PLANT 

MAXWaL, FR£EMAN AND BEASON (LAW FIRM) 
MARTIN RESIGNING FROM BENCH 



D — DATE- 



PAGE1230 
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I T 

L Y 

PG L P BYL 



H 


T 


1/08/1987 B 


4 


N [80 


n 


n 


1/12/'1987 A 


1 


N S92 


S 


2 


1/14/1987 A 


1 


P N S92 


S 


n 


1/14/1987 A 


4 


E 


s 




1/16/1987 A 


8 P F 


s 


7 


1/27/1987 A 


4 


L 


s 


2 


4/03/1987 A 


7 


N 




7 


4/14/1987 A 


9 


N S92 


3 


2 


4/13/1987 A 


10 


N 




9 


4/24/1987 B 


3 


N 


3 


7 


4/28/1987 A 


6 


N 


s 





5/05/1987 C 


3 


P P L38 


s 


2 


5/11/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


T 


5/12/1987 C 


2 


N ISO 


H 


1 


5/12/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/23/1987 C 


3 


P N H27 


s 


1 


5/29/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1937 C 


T 


N 080 


H 


1 
i 


7/03/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


7/15/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


7/29/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


3 


9/15/1987 B 


1 


N W27 


s 




10/22/1987 C 


1 


P N S92 


H 


7 


10/29/1987 B 


1 


P N J40 


H 


7 


10/30/1987 B 


12 


N 


n 



7 


11/25/1987 B 


1 


P F G59 


H 


<-> 


4/26/1987 E 


20 P F 


H 




11/27/1987 D 


9 


P R 


H 


9 


12y'01/1937 B 


1 


U H45 


S 


n 


12/03/1987 D 


11 


P R B71 


H 


2 


12/17/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


^ 


12/24/1987 A 


4 


L 



IWXICLL HOJSE COFFEE 

FESTIVAL notebook: BY TIME QUESTION ANSWERED, DUKE'S ABDELNABY 



OUT 



H 


-1 


2/04/1987 A 


1 H X57 


S 




2/04/l'?87 A 


1 N W82 


S 


7 


2/'C4/1987 A 


1 H '333 


H 


1 


2/05/1987 B 


1 N .580 


H 


n 


2/06/1987 B 


4 N S80 


H 


1 


■2/07/1987 C 


1 N J20 


S 


7 


2/13/1987 A 


3 J R53 


H 


2 


2/16/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


9 


2/21/1987 A 


11 H 


H 


1 


2/27/1987 B 


1 N S80 


H 


1 


3/03/1987 C 


1 N H60 


H 


1 


3/18/1987 C 


1 H 


H 


1 


3/26/1987 B 


1 N H60 


H 


1 


3/26/1987 B 


1 N S80 


H 


1 


4/01/1987 B 


1 N S80 


H 


1 


4/23/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


n 


5/16/1987 A 


1 N H60 


H 


1 


7/28/1987 B 


1 N H60 


H 




12/'03/1987 A 


1 P N S82 


H 


7 


7/18/1987 D 


3 N 052 



MAY BAY 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ 



FROM MAYPOLES TO MILITARY 



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



SUBJECTS 



MAYAN ART 

SEARCHING FOR THE MAYAN SOUL: NEW LIGHT ON A... LOST CIVILIZATION 

MAYAN INDIANS 

MAYAN TO TELL STORIES 

MAYBERRY, MY HOMETOWN; ULTIMATE GUIDEBOOK TO AMERICA'S FAVORITE SMALL TOWN 
SEE ALSO ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW 
NEU 'ANDY GRIFFITH SHCU' BOOK 4,000 ITEMS OF MAYBERRY TRIVIA 

MAYFLOUER SOCIETY AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
3 UNC FACULTY HONORED 
HISTORIC CHAPEL HILL SCENES, NATURE PICTURES DECORATE N.C. CALENDARS 

MAYHAW TREES 

GEORISIA WOMEN FIND FfiOFITS GROW ON TREES 

MAYtCM 

SEE VKLENCE 

MAYO CREEK 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT CO., MAYO CREEK GENERATING PLANT 
STUIiENT BUILDS REEF FOR MAYO RESERVOIR 

MAYO LAKE 

GROUP WILL LOOK AT PERSON COUNTY RECREATION NEEDS 

MAYORAL CAJtf'AIGf^ 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, MAYOR'S OFFICE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS 

GULLEY SAYS HE'S UNAFRAID OF FORUM 

DURHAM FORUM WON'T BACK GULLEY 

aEMENT, JENKINS LURED TO DURHAM MAYORAL RACE 

THREE-WAY RiACE FOR MAYOR'S SEAT SHAPIfffi UP 

MAYOR'S RACE SHOULD SFUR FflLITICAL CALCULUS 

GULLEY SAYS HE MUST MAKE JOB 'LOOK EASY' 

TFREE-WAY MAYOR'S RACE MAY BOOST VOTE 

CLEMENT VOUS NO FAVORITES 

GAY RIGHTS NOT OfCY ISSUE IN ClTi ELECTIttN 

CLEhENT ANNOUNCES FOR fAYOR, SAYS CITY HAS LEAICRSHIP CRISIS 

clerk: 'I GOOFED' ON CL£ME>JT'S ANNOUNCEMENT 

YARBROUGH WON'T SEEK MAYOR'S. COUhJCIL POST 

MRS. DAVIS MUM ON MAYOR'S RACE, YARBROUGH SAYS NO 

BIG TURNOUT IMPORTANT FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION 

CLEMENT, JENKINS i, GULLEY OUTWEIGHED BY THE CONSERVATIVE VOTE (CARTOON) 

THANKS FOR RUNNING, MR. CLEMENT 

CITY TAX RATE UP 2 CENTS 

GULLEY TO ANNOUNCE RE-ELECTION PLANS 

DURHAM FORUM SHOPS FOR CANDIDATE 

'I FEEL CONFIDENT.' GULLEY SAYS OF BID FOR SECOND TERM 

GULLEY SEE,k;s ZND TERM, CITES PROGRESS 

THIS TIME, THE MAYOR WILL BE ON THE DEFENSE 

CHAF'EL HILL MAYOR'S SUPPORTERS ASKING HIM NOT TO RUN 

2 DURHAM MEN SEEK OFFICE 

MAYORJ^L, COUNCIL HOPEFULS FILE 

JENKINS TO ANNOUNCE BID FOR MAYOR'S SEAT 

MAYOR'S SUFfORTEh'S ARE TRUE FRIQJDS 

JENKINS ENTERS MAYOR'S RACE 

JENKINS RUNNING FOR MAYOR 

IN n£ RACE 

MAYOR OF BURLINGTON WON'T SEEK NEW TEFM 

INSIIE 

OXFORD AND CREEDMOOR MAYOR'S FILE 

ANDRESEN FILES IN RACE FOR MAYOR 

GlllEY FILES CITING CITY'S 'RENEWED VITALITY' 



-DATE- 



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I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 



H 2 5/01/1987 A 4 E 

H 2 6/19/1937 D 1 P F U66 

S 2 6/25/1987 D 12 N 

H 1 7/14/1987 C 3 N 



2 11/09/1987 B 8 N 
2 11/15/1987 E 3 P U H45 



H 2 6/15/1987 C 10 N 

S 2 3/13/1987 A 15 N 
H 1 8/14/1987 B 1 N S80 



S 


7 


3/26/1987 A 




P N H70 


3 


9 


3/26/1987 A 




N H70 


S 


2 


6/18/1987 A 




P N H70 


H 


2 


6/19/1987 B 




P N 351 


3 


2 


6/19/1987 A 




E 


S 


1 


6/19/1987 C 




N H70 


H 


2 


6/22/1987 A 




E 


S 


■■} 


6/22/1987 A 




P N H70 


H 


9 


6/23/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


6/23/1987 C 




P N 351 


H 





6/23/1987 C 




N 


S 


9 


6/24/1987 A 




P N H70 


H 


2 


6/25/1987 B 




P N 351 


H 


n 


6/28/1987 D 




F 


H 


9 


6/28/1987 D 




T T R56 


H 


1 


6/29/1987 A 




L 


H 


/^ 


6/30/1987 A 




N S51 


S 


9 


7/01/1987 A 




N H70 


S 


2 


7/02/1987 A 




N H70 


H 


2 


7/03/1987 B 




P N S51 


3 


9 


7/03/1987 C 




P N H70 


H 


2 


7/05/1987 D 




E 


H 


--) 


7/06/1937 B 




N E81 


3 


2 


7/06/1987 A 




H H70 


H 


9 


7/07/1987 B 




N S51 


3 


9 


7/07/1987 B 




P N H70 


H 


2 


7/08/1987 A 




E 


3 


i:! 


7/08/1987 A 




P N H70 


H 


2 


7/09/1987 B 




P N 351 


S 




7/09/1987 C 




P P 376 


H 


1 


7/11/1987 C 




N 


S 


9 


7/11/1987 C 




U T30 


H 


1 


7/14/1987 C 


1 


N 


3 


9 


7/16/1937 A 


12 


P N B81 


H 


n 


7/23/1987 B 


1 


P N S51 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/'31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



SH»-9 DEBATE NEEEED IN i»\CKfL CAff AIGN 

AN ore FGR HCyARD CLDCNT 

PUT f^INCIPLE ffJU< RACE IN CITY ELECTION 

T^ mi FILE FOR nAYOR IN NCRIINA 

JDfldNS TO FILE FOR hAYOR 

A SURPRISING W!N-&yfflIDACY 

HRS. OGBURN IN, HAITHCCCK Ot/T FOR COl^CIL; XMCINS PAYS FEE 

.SWIS FILES FOR HAYO? 

MAYOR FACES 3 CHAU£f«ERS IN RACE 

CANIiIDATES FOR COiNCIL, HAYOR LISTED AT A GLAVCE 

liSWi\ INTERS TO Wi^ Nl.^^ROJS CHOICES AT P-QLLS 

FCtR-yAY iiftYGR'S RACE GK.'ES '.BTZRS A IHLEfW* 

AUGUST INSIGHT; fJOU THAT TVEFE'S A CAST OF C-ANDIIiATES FOR riAYCR... 

m± Cin (CAh-TOJN) 

JERVIS SEE';3 .'^YCRAL CAfJI^IDATES' lOATE 

MAYC-RAL CA^'IHIiATES FAVCR lOATE 

DEBATES XUH SF-UR BETTER' VOTER TURNOUT 

I'H VOTING FC-R .HCUARH CL£J€fff (AD) 

cm f£EDS LEAIOSHIP yiTi^ITY 

4 f^YCSAL CANDIDATES SPLIT CN Cin'S rUIE ORDIN^^«S 

MAYCRAL CANDIIiATES UNITE CN fCR'GER PLAN 

HAYORAL FOES CLASH OVER PAY FOR CITY COUNCIL 

CANIHIiATES 3F1IT CN CCWCIL RAISE 

CANDIDATES SFAR OVER PAY ISSI£ 

MAYCRAL CANDIDATES TO ANSSR CHAMBER OESTIONS 

INSIDE 

I'M VOTING FOR HCyARH CLErENT (AD) 

ilINCRirr ORDIfWNCE 'ifl^AIR TO TAXPAYERS 

NEW LEAKh-SHIP FOR DURHAI', ROBERT B. -ER-VIS FOR MAYOR (AD) 

CAiMiIDATES' fmSH SLATED 

KAYCRAL ;::A.«iir>ATES TO SFE.=*; 

FCRUM ACCENTS CITY (a^aiTH 

C-««iIDATES OUTLIfC VIEWS AT FORUM 

yWiT ARE Tt€ COSTS CF MINORITY CRDIfttNCE? 

I'M VOTING FOR' HCaJARD CLD€NT (AID 

HAYCR STANDS ALG^€ C,N GAY .^^CaAMATICN 

HOJARD CLE-CNT WILL LISTE>J TO S*ttT CITIZEhJS HA<^ TO SAY 

DLJfiWI FDRl^ BACKIfffl CLEMENT IN mttXCS RACE 

CANDIDATES FC*^ MAYOR' EXF'C^JJD VIEUS 

JERVIS SAYS CITY C^OTVCTS GOING TO OUTSIDERS 

ELECTION yiU SH13J RECALL EP^ORT WASN'T SILLY 

l*Y tCN'T MAYO? LISTEN? 

I'M VOTING FOR HC&IAR'D CLEfEfT (AD) 

l^ITING BLRWAM TO TW^-.LZ Vr£ ISSLiES, CriESTER .eJKINS FOR MAYOR (AD) 

LAECR SiOUP BACKS C^W'IDATES 

Uf^IOfJ BACKS CANIiIDATES 

.iJST TWO YEAF-S IN OFFICE- AND A REMARKA-BLE REOFD OF LEAItRSHIP (AD) 

DOWM f£EIS A CVf^-€£ 

2ND GR-CU=- BACKS CLE-CNT FOR «AYCR 

HAZARiaS '*«TE IfJCIfCRATCR LXATED IN IW^iAM'^ JERVIS FDR MAYOR (AH) 

MORAL GOVEF***ENT GFOJP BACXI>jG CLE}€?<T FOR MAYOR 



GRa5:"S 'SLFF-CRT 



lafTS MAYCRAL CANI'IDATE 



BEFORE !^YCR GLLLEY, "PU:*a€D GRCUTrl" WiS JUST AN Ei«>TY... SLOGAN (AD) 

I'M 'viOTING FCR 'riaJ<«D CLEJOfT (AD) 

DON CHRISTIAN SUFfCRTS BOB JERVIS FCR MAYOR (AD) 

OM.Y CHESTER JB^If^S TACKLES TrE ISSUES, JD^i^Zm FGR MAYOR' (AD) 

CHAFa^TER. •C't€ REAS'^N WHY dIB GliLEY IS A GREAT MAYOR. (AD) 

MAYOR'S F-CSITIGN: civil LIBERTIES FOR AU 

4TH GR-OUP BACKS CLEf€?<T FOti MAYCJv 

PR'0-EtVaOF'MENT !»OUPS CHALLENGE MAYOR'S 'E(X5M' 

CCNSERVATUt GROUP E>ff!a?SES CLBSNT 

CLE?€NT, GLILEY BIG TRAVEL SFENICRS 

IHivHAM'S iXBTA LA« '^f AIR TO TA_XPAYERS! (AD) 

MAYOR GULLEY: "IfVa^JpMENT ijmn UORK LDCESS IT WORKS F(3? ALL. 

ELECTIO^^ TO TRIM LIST OF HOPEFOS 

I'M VOTING FOR HOWARD CLEfENT (AD) 

I STAND ON MY RECORD; HOWARD CLDtja (AD) 

PORTF'AIT OF A HC^-(»C!« LEADER (AD) 

ROBERT S. .£RVIS FOR f«YCR: NEU LEADERSHIP FOR DWWAM (AD) 

(aJLLEY CLAIMS ARE SELF-AGGRANDIZEMENT 



(AD) 



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S I T 

E L Y 

C -PG L P BYL 



7/26/198' 
7/28/1987 
7/30/198 
8/01/1987 
8/04/198' 
3/05/1987 
8/05/1987 
8/07/1987 B 
8/07/1987 C 
8/08/1987 C 
8/08/1987 A 
8/09/1987 D 
8/09/1987 D 
8/10/1987 A 
8/12/ 19S7 C 
3/12/'1987 C 
8/14/1987 A 
8/23/1987 A 
3/25/1987 A 
8/27/1987 B 
8/27/1987 A 
8/28/1987 B 
3/28/1987 C 
3/29/1987 C 
8/29/1987 A 
8/29/1987 C 
3/30/1987 A 
3/30/1987 D 
9/01/1987 A 
9/01/1987 B 
9/01/1987 A 
9/03/1987 B 
9/03/1987 A 
9/06/1937 D 
9/06/l'?87 A 
9/08/'1987 A 
9/08/1987 A 
9/09/1987 B 
9/09/1987 A 
9/10/1987 
9/10/1987 
9/11/1987 
9/13/1987 
9/13/1987 
9/14/19S7 
9/15/1987 B 
9/15/19S7 A 
9/16/1987 A 
9/16/1987 C 
9/17/1987 A 
9/17/1987 B 
9/17/1937 C 
9/18/19-87 
9/20/1987 
9/20/l'?87 
9/20/1987 
9/20/1987 
9/21/1987 
9/21/1987 
9/23/1987 
'9/23/1987 
9/24/1987 
9/25/1987 
9/25/1987 
9/25/1987 
9/27/1987 
9/27/1987 
9/27/1987 
9/28/1987 
9/:S/1987 



L 
N 
N H70 



E 

P N 
P U 



13 P 
4 

3 P 
15 

8 
1 

1 P 
4 

13 P 
4 
4 
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1 
4 
4 

4 P 
8 P 
1 

1 

3 P 

4 

1 

3 

1 P 

1 



13 

8 
12 
14 
16 

4 
1 

4 
4 
4 

10 



n36 



N H70 

N A54 
N H70 



A20 
R56 
N36 



S51 
X47 
S51 
B53 
S51 

T30 



H70 



H70 

N36 



H70 

S51 
H70 



K70 



rf70 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



N 
f 

JERVIS' SHLE OF LEADER'SHIP ISN'T THE KIND DURHAM NEEDS 3 

CLEMENT'S MIEU MISREPRESENTED H 
BFORt MAYOR GULLEY, "PLAWO 6R0UTH" WAS JUST AN EMPTY... SLOGAN (AD) H 

I STAND ON MY RECORD,- HOWARD CLBCflT (AD) H 

GUIEY, JENKINS ARE FORWARD THINKING H 

DURHAM'S QUOTA LAW UNFAIR TO TAXPAYERS! (AD) H 

GU.LEY KEEP'S 1985 PROMISE TO PUSH STRONG GROWTH PLAN b 

GUUEY TRUE TO COMMITMENT H 

NO CHANGE IS NEEDED H 

GULLEY 'S PRO-TAXPAYER H 

CLEMENT WELL QUALIFIED H 

ALLIANCE BACKING GULLEY H 

43X OF DURHAM VOTERS WAVER ON MAYOR'S RACE S 

SW«....aECT HOWARD CLEMENT, WE'LL BE PROUD TO CALL HIM MAYOR, (AD) S 

I'M VOTING FOR HOWARD CLEMENT (AD) S 

F-EOFIE'S ALLIANCE BACKS GULLEY, RAFS HIS TREYEURN VOTE S 

DON'T LET CITY F1<IMARY BECOME A CC^rt:ESSION H 

I AM VOTING FOR CHESTER JENKINS BECAUSE!.,. (AD) H 

I AM VOTING FOR CHESTER JE>JKINS EECAUS-E... (AD) H 

I AM VOTING FOR CHESTER' JENKINS BECAUSE... (AD) H 

survey: MOST DURHAM RESIDENTS UNICCIDEIi ON MAYORAL CANDIDATES H 

GU1£Y LEADS MAYORAL CANDIDATES IN FUNDS S 

ABRAM, PARTNERS HELP FUND RACE S 

MAYOR GIVES DOWNTOWN IMPETUS S 

GULLEY HEL-^S NEIGHBORHOODS S 

INDECISION, APATHY HAUNT MAYOR'S RACE 3 

PROaAMATION WASN'T IMMORAL H 

I AM VOTING FOR CHESTER JENKINS BECAUSE... (AD) H 
CITIZENS FOR TRADITIONAL MORAL GOVERNMENT ENDORSE HOWARD CLEMENT... (AD) H 

I AM VOTING FOR CHESTER JENKINS BECAUSE... (AD) H 

I AM VOTING FOR CHESTER JBJKINS BECAUSE... (AD) H 

I AM VOTING FOR CHESTER JENKINS BECAUSE... (AD) H 

INSIie S 

P(KER-FACED VOTERS [£AL DtJ?HAM MAYORAL HOPEFULS THEIR CARDS THIS TUESDAY H 

DCSTER JENKINS; UNIFIED COMMUNITY SUPPORT (AD) H 

J\€ TEAM TO LEAD DURHAM (AD) H 

I'M VOTING FOR HOWARD CLEMENT (AD) H 

DURHAM TO VOTE TUESDAY H 

COINCIL RACES IMPORTANT H 

CHALLEN(£ ISSIED H 

GUJ-EY IS BEST H 

BALANCE IN GROWTH H 

"IC'Rl VOTING FOR CLEMENT" (AD) H 

SAMF'LE BALLOT FOR DURHAM CITY SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION AND CITY COUNCIL... H 

GIXLEY TAKES CREDIT FOR ACTIONS OF OTHERS H 

JER(,'IS UR'GES BIG VOTE H 

NO TO BIG SPB'IDERS H 

JENKINS BEHER LEADER H 

GILLEY'S CLAIMS ACCURATE H 

WE'RE VOTING FOR HOWARD CLEMENT (AD) H 

PLEDGER'S CHOICE; CHESTER JENKINS FOR MAYOR (AD) - H 

DURHAM VOTERS ALLIAfCE ENICRSES GULLEY, FIVE OTHER INCUMBDJTS H 

COMMITTEE BACKS JENKINS FOR MAYOR S 

BIG TURNOUT WILL SHOW VOTER INTEREST 3 

riURHAH VOTERS PICK CITY SCHOOL BOARD TODAY H 

MAYOR'S POPULARITY UIU BE TESTED TODAY H 

I HE^ HE'S VERY PRO-DEVaOPMENT. (CARTOON) H 

VOTER TURNOUT LIGHT IN DURHAM S 

GULLEY DOMINATES MAYOR'S RACE; CLEMENT WRESTS SECOND PLACE FROM JBJKINS H 

OLD E^EMIES APPARENTLY HEADED FOR A SHOOTOUT H 

MAYOR UNOFFICIAL RETURNS H 

WAITING game; tension mounts ON COUNT FOR NO, 2 SPOT H 

GULLEY OUTF'ACES MAYORAL HOF'EFULS S 

UNTCCIDED VOTERS CHOOSE TO STAY HOME S 

DURHAM POLITICS SHOW SIGNS OF POLARIZATION S 

SMILES, HANDSHAKES 3 

3RD-PLACE ,£NKINS WANTS RECOUNT H 

GHIRARDELLI'S ELECTION KEY TO MER13ER TALKS H 

THE vENKINS VOTE (CARTOON) H 

cm NEEDS MORE SIDEWALK PLANNING H 



-DATE- 



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2 9/28/1987 A 
2 9/29/1987 A 
2 9/29/1987 A 
2 9/29/1987 D 
2 9/30/1987 A 
2 9/30/1987 A 
2 9/30/1987 A 
2 10/01/1987 A 
2 10/01/1987 A 
2 10/01/1987 A 
2 10/01/1987 A 
2 10/01/1987 B 
2 10/01/1987 A 
2 10/01/1987 A 
2 10/01/1987 A 
2 10/01/1987 C 
2 10/02/1987 A 
2 10/02/1987 A 
2 10/02/1987 B 
2 10/02/1987 B 
2 10/02/1987 C 
2 10/02/1987 A 
2 10/02/1987 A 
2 10/02/1987 A 
2 10/02/1987 A 
2 10/02/1987 C 
2 10/03/1987 A 
2 10/03/1987 A 
2 10/03/1987 A 
2 10/03/1987 B 
2 10/03/1987 B 
2 10/03/1987 D 
2 10/03/1987 B 
2 10/04/1987 A 
2 10/04/1987 A 
2 10/04/1987 A 
2 10/04/1987 C 
2 10/04/1987 D 
2 10/04/1987 D 
2 10/04/1987 D 
2 10/04/1987 D 
2 10/04/1987 D 
2 10/04/1987 D 
2 10/04/1981 
2 10/05/1987 
2 10/05/1987 
2 10/05/1981 
2 10/05/1987 
2 10/05/1987 A 
2 10/05/1987 A 
2 10/05/1987 A 
2 10/05/1987 C 
2 10/05/1987 A 
2 10/05/1987 A 
2 10/06/1987 A 
2 10/06/1987 A 
2 10/06/1987 A 
2 10/06/1987 A 
2 10/07/1987 A 
2 10/07/1987 A 
2 10/07/1987 A 
2 10/07/1987 C 
2 10/07/1987 A 
2 10/07/1987 A 
2 10/07/1987 A 
2 10/07/1987 C 
2 10/08/1987 A 
2 10/08/1987 A 
2 10/03/1987 A 
2 10/08/1987 A 



L 

N S51 
1 C N S92 
D A 
A 

N H70 
E 
A 
A 
A 



12 P 
1 
4 
7 
3 



4 

1 

1 P 

4 

4 

1 C 

4 

6 

6 

5 

6 

6 

1 

1 P 

10 P 
14 

3 P 
1 M 
4 

4 
4 
4 

7 P 

8 D 
4 

4 
4 

■4 
4 
8 P 

11 P 
1 

1 
4 
1 
4 

4 T 
1 P 
1 P 
4 

7 C 
1 

1 P 
1 
4 

1 P 
1 P 
4 

4 T 
4 



N 

N M06 

N M06 

L 

L 

N H70 

L 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

U T30 

N S-51 

A 

A 

A 

N 

E 

L 

L 

L 

A 

N 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

A 

A 

N M51 

N H70 

E 

N 

E 

T R56 

N X87 

N S51 

E 

N 

N fC6 

N K70 

N M06 

P L33 
N 351 
E 
T R56 

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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/19a7 



S U B J E 



A^^■I-GL!LLEY OUTRAGE WAS O'vERESTIMATEIr 

COUNTY ELECTIONS BCARD TO HEAR JENKINS' RECOUNT REQUEST TODAY 

RECOWr OK'D FOR JENKINS 

DURHAM ELECTIONS BOARD BEGINS JENKINS RECOUNT 

INSIK 

DURH«1 MAYOR RACE UNCHANGEIi BY RECOUNT 

THANKS, DURHAM! HOWARD CLEMENT. WE'LL BE PROUD TO CALL HIM MAYOR. (AD) 

HOUARTi CLEMBfT. HE FIGHTS FOR YOUR JOB AND YOUR POCKETBOOK. (AD) 

RACE-ONLY F-OLITICS 

JENKINS HAFfY UITH TALLY FROM RECOUNT 

FORMER CANDIDATE BACKS GULLEY 

IWORTAfCE OF FAMILIES 

SPARKS FLY AT CAfflUDATES FORUM 

DECEPTION. . .HOWARD CLEMENT DEALS STRAIGHT, (AD) 

CONSERyATH.tS, MODERATES URGED TO VOTE FOR HOWARD CLEMEhfT 

BACK HOWARD CLEMENT 

BREAKING GR-OUND FOR DURHAM'S FUTURE; RE-ELECT HAYC« UIB GULLEY (AD) 

FORUMS FEUD AS CANDIDATES DUCK FOR COVER' 

DUR'HAM aECTIONS BOARD TO RESTRICT VOTE RECOUNTS 

DECEPTION. HOWARD CLEMENT DEALS STRAIGHT. (AD) 

CLEMENT SHOULD BE MAYOR 

FOR'UM HEARS HOMOSEXUAL, NEIGHBCRWOOD ISSUES 

HOWES SAYS HE'D PUT TOWN IN PER'SPECTIVE 

MAYORAL HOPERJLS ENCOb'RAGE DOWNTOWN GROWTH, PROGRESS 

GREAT EXPECTATIONS. RE-ELECT MAYOR WIB GULLEY (AD) 

HEAIIINES WITH GUUE'r AS MAYOR, 'ELECT HOUAF:D CLEMDJT (Alrt 

HOWARD aEMENT'S UNMATCHED RECORD iJF SERVICE (AD) 

TAF'ERING-OFF OF INDUSTRY REQUIRES NEW MEASLSRES 

CLEMENT ALLEGATION WRONG 

GILLEY, CLEMENT OFFER 2 VISIONS OF CITY'S PJTURE 

PRECISE MARK f^EDEIi FOR DURHAM RECOUNTS 

GIXLEY RECORD DISTORTED 

CLEMENT KIND TO VETS 

HOWARD CLEfCNT SHOWS RESPECT FOR VETERANS OF VIETNAM WAR 

GR€UF BACKS CLEMENT, ENDORSES COUNiIIL CANDIDATES 

MAYOR GU.LEY BELITTLES HIS OPPONENTS 

TIREIi OF NITPICKING 

"NOT JUST A GREAT CITY..." RE-ELECT MAYOR WIB GULLEY (AD) 

GULLEY HAS EDGE ON ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES 

FARTHING, CLE,MENT BACKED 

RARE CHANCE FOR DURHAM 

GULLEY 'S LEAIiER'SHIP PRAISED 

BREAKING GROUND FOR DURHAM'S FUTURE; RE-aECT MAYOR WIB GULLEY (AD) 

survey: host council candidates BACK MERGER OF 2 GOVERNMENTS 

CLEMENT AND FARTHING ARE GOOD CHOICES IN ELECTION 

Tt€ COMMITTEE (CARTOON) 

CLEMENT FLIP-aOf'S 

DECEPTION. HOWARD CLEMENT DEALS STRAIGHT. (AD) 

GILLEY, GR'IFFIN SWAP BARBS AS ELECTION DAY NEARS 

WHAT DO CANDIDATES f€AN? 

PLANidi GROWTH SUCCESS 

CLEMENT REACHED OUT 

GULLEY HAS UORKHi HARD TO UNIFY CITY 

MAYOR COfCERNED ABOUT ALL DURHAM CITIZENS 

CLEMENT AND YARBROUGH SHOLUi WORRY ABOUT ALL ^JEIGHBORWOOrfi 

CLEMENT IS CLOSET REPUBLI&W 

INSIIC 

COMMITTEE ENMRSES CHJLLEY 

LABYRINTHINE POLITICS IN THE BULL CITY 

CHESTER JENKINS IN APPRECIATION (AD) 

ALLIANCES' EfWORSEMENTS SAME FOR COUNCIL, MAYOR 

HOWAR'D aEMENT. THE LEADER WHO WILL BRING DURHAM ITS BRIGHTEST... (AD) 

THE TEAM TO LEAD DURHAM (AC) 

BALLOTS CAST TUESDAY 

SAMPLE BALLOT FOR DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, MAYORAL ELECTIONS TUESDAY 

SHOWDOWN FOR MAYOR PITS TWO OQi ENEMIES 

GULLEY NO RUBBER STAMP 

MAYOR AND HIS PUPPETS 

RE-ELECT GULLEY 

AD CRITICIZING GULLEY CLAIMS IJAS TRUTHFUL 



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s 


2 10/08/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/09/1987 C 


1 


N 351 


H 


2 10/10/1987 C 


1 


N S51 


S 


2 10/10/1987 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 10/10/1987 C 


1 


U T30 


H 


2 10/11/1987 A 


1 P N P38 


H 


2 10/11/1987 A 


7 P 


A 


H 


2 10/11/1937 A 


14 


A 


H 


2 10/11/1987 D 


4 


E 


S 


2 10/12/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 10/13/1987 C 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 10/15/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 10/15/1937 C 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 10/18/1987 A 


4 


A 


S 


2 10/19/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/20/1937 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/21/1987 A 


5 P 


A 


H 


2 10/22/1987 B 


1 


N S51 


S 


2 10/22/'1987 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 10/23/1987 A 


3 


A 


H 


2 10/23/1937 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/23/1987 C 


1 


N S51 


H 


3 10/23/1987 C 


1 


N B31 


3 


2 10/23/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 10/25/1987 A 


6 F 


■ A 


H 


2 10/25/1987 A 


15 


A 


H 


2 10/25/1987 C 


3 F 


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H 


2 10/25/1987 D 


4 


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H 


2 10/26/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 10/26/1987 A 


1 F 


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S 


2 10/26/1987 A 


4 


c. 


H 


2 10/27/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/27/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 10/27/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 10/27/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/28/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/23/1987 A 


4 


L 


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2 10/23/1987 A 


6 F 


• A 


H 


2 10/29/1987 A 


4 


L 


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2 10/29/1987 A 


4 


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2 10/29/1937 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/29/1937 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/29/1987 A 


20 F 


■ A 


H 


2 10/29/1987 B 


1 


N S51 


S 


2 10/29/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/'30/1987 A 


4 1 


• T R56 


H 


2 10/30/1937 A 


4 


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H 


2 10/30/1987 A 


6 


A 


3 


2 10/30/1987 C 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 10/31/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/31/1987 A 


4 


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2 10/31/1987 A 


4 


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2 10/31/1987 A 


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2 10/'31/1987 A 


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2 10/31/1987 A 


4 


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2 10/31/1987 A 


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2 10/31/1937 C 


1 


U T30 


H 


2 11/01/1937 A 


1 F 


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H 


2 11/01/1987 A 


1 


N 351 


H 


2 11/01/1937 A 


IS F 


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H 


2 11/01/1987 A 


20 


N 


H 


2 11/01/1987 A 


21 P A 


H 


2 11/01/1987 A 


22 


A 


H 


2 11/01/1987 D 


^1 M N 


H 


2 11/01/1987 n 


3 D N 


H 


2 11/01/1987 D 


6 


E 


H 


2 11/01/1987 D 


7 


L 


H 


2 11/01/1987 D 


7 


L 


H 


2 11/01/1987 D 


7 


L 


H 


2 11/01/1937 D 


7 


L 



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



3 U B J E 



CLEMENT'S ADS DISTURBING 

COVERAGE IS SHALLOW 

VEIL OF DECEF'TION 

GU.LEY PRO-NEIGHBORHOODS 

HOUARD CLEfiENT'S UNMATCHED RECORD OF SERVICE (AD) 

CLEMENT NOT SURfRISED AT COMMITTEE'S ECCISION 

CHAFIOTTE RACE FOCUSES ON STYLE OF LEADERSHIP 

DURHAM VOTES TODAY 

CLEMENT'S COURAC€OUS 'NO' „ 

FREIi CATES WANTS TO LEAD HILLSBOROUGH INTO THE 1990'S (AID 

DURHAM RffUBLICANS SAY SAMPLE BALLOTS 'DIRTY TRICK' 

EARLY CITY BALLOTING STRONG IN KEY AREAS 

MA^g5xEY^UINs'^2ND TERM; HE MEETS CLEMENT'S CHALLENGE WITH 60X 
MAYOR GULLEY'S VICTORY AFIRMATION OF POLICIES 

SPURIOUS ENDORSEMENT FLYER LABELED 'DIRTY' BY CANDIDATES 

GILLEY GRATEFUL; CLEMENT ADMITS ANGERING BLACKS 

CLEMENT SUFfORTER CITES 'UHITE PREJUDICE' 

GILLEY LEAPING OVER BUILDING (CARTOON) 

LARGER TURfOJT UNLIKaY TO HAVE CHANGED VOTE 

T« LUST FOR FtlUER 

ELECTION WAS A SAD DAY 

CL£i€NT SOUGHT ENDCR'SEMENT 

THANKS TO HOUARD CLEMENT 

MAYORS, N.C. 

CANDIDATES SPAR OVER PAY ISSUE „ ^^, , ^^^,^,„^ 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL DROPS A NOTCH IN PAY, BUT IT'S STILL EXPENSIVE 
MUSLIM SEEKING MAYOFl'S OFFICE 
CHALLENGER DEFEATS CHARLOTTE MAYOR 

MAYORS, U.S. 

SEE fLSO BLACKS, MAYORS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, MAYOR'S OFFICE 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BLACK MAYORS 

SEE ALSO U.S. CONFERENCE OF MAYORS 

'WITCH' DO YOU PR'EFER? 

ELECTION WINS SIGNAL HOPE FOR DEMOCRATS 



C T S 




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I T 


N 


E E 




L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C - 


PG 


L P BYL 


H 


2 11/02/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 11/02/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 11/02/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 11/02/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 11/02/1987 A 


7 


P A 


S 


2 11/02/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


S 


2 11/02/1937 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/03/1987 A 


1 


N 351 


H 


2 11/03/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/03/1987 A 


11 


A 


S 


2 11/03/1987 A 


1 


P N X35 


S 


2 11/03/1987 A 


1 


P N YOl 


S 


2 11/03/1987 A 


3 


N L90 


H 


2 11/04/1987 A 


1 


P N S51 


H 


2 11/04/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/04/1987 A 


6 C N 


H 


2 11/04/1987 A 


6 


N ^06 


H 


2 11/04/1987 C 


1 


P N N36 


S 


2 11/04/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 11/04/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 11/06/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/06/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/10/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 11/10/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 11/10/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 8/29/1987 C 


1 


N S51 


H 


2 8/31/1987 A 


5 


U A20 


H 


1 10/06/1987 C 


n 


P N 


H 


2 11/04/1987 B 


2 


N 



S 2 6/05/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 11/05/1987 A 9 N 



^EAD CORP. „ 

UEYERHABJSER TO BUY SIX PLANTS FROM MEAD H 

WEYERHAEUSER CO. HOLDS CELEBRATION AT BUTNER PLANT IT RECENTLY PURCHASED H 



MEADOW HEIGHTS 

HOUSING BOOM HITS EAST DURHAM 

^EADOWLANIS 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND DdLOPMENT PARKS 
ROBOTICS COMPANY MOVING TO PARK 
LOTS OF GAMES, BUT FEU FANS EXF'ECTED AT MEABOWLANDS 

MEALS ON WHEELS 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZB^S 

SEE ALSO VOLUNTEER SERVICES BUREAU 

MEALS ON WHEELS JOYFUL 

12 GROUPS WILL SHARE SERVICE LEAGUE MONEY 

FOOD DONi^TIONS ACCEPTED 

MEALS ON WHEELS CUTS COSTS, INCREASES SERVICE 

SUMMER SAMARITANS ARE NEEDED 

MAKE THAT 150 MEALS 

MEALS ON WHEELS GETS GRANT 

VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED FOR DELIVERING MEALS 

MEASURING DEVICES 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT, OF AGRICULTURE, STANDARDS DIVISION 
SEE ALSO SCALES (WEIGHING DEVICE) 
LAB ENSURES POUND IS A POUND FROM MOUNTAINS TO THE SEA 



1 6/10/1987 C 1 N 
1 8/13/1987 B 1 P N H60 



H 2 8/03/1987 A 1 M N L41 



2 5/22/1987 B 4 N OSO 
2 10/01/1987 D 1 N C49 



1/05/1987 
3/05/1937 
3/30/1987 
4/24/1987 
4/29/1987 
5/29/1987 
6/06/1987 
9/15/1987 



4 
14 
4 
6 
4 
4 
9 



N BIO 

L 

F 327 

L 

N 

N 

N 1380 



H 2 7/05/1987 C 10 P N B33 



(€AT Pt^PETS (ROCK GROUP) 



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1/01/1987 - 12A31/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



f€AT PUPPETS ARE NO UIMPS 

fEBfWE, N.C. 

FUWT SITES CAUSE COfCERN 
iS*l TO ADD 130 JOBS IN ftEIAf€ 

«EB(itf£, N.C., ECND REFERSffiL'M 

fO«£ VOTERS TO LECIK P^iSDAY Df^ saffiS FOR WATER-Sl^'PLY Fi«5JECT 
«BAf£ VOTERS Aff1<Ci»E BONDS 

r£B(*€., N.C., ELECTIONS 

ALAKWCE [iCESN'T REAUY HAVE fW 'OFF YEAR' FtS^ ELECTiaNS 

^EBANE fWYCR SEEKS 2NIi TERM 

TMD CaM:iL'^J FILE FOR BIRLINGTON ,'IAYCSt 

HEBAfC CCUfCIL DS^'HIDATE UITrilipjyJS 

BLM.Ii«TC,N LiaJCR '^TE HICH-iafTS i^^J^IANCE RACES 

lOANE MAYO? WINS RE-ELECTION 

«E«€, N.C., hAYOR'S OFFICE 

hEEAfc iv^YOR -3ee;-;s 2Nri TErai 

V^ COWCILi^O FILE FOR BLS^IHGTCN 11AY(^' 
f€BA?€ CaWIL CANDIDATE UITHDRAWS 
BURLINGTON LIQUOR VOTE HIC^IKKTS ALAiWCE RACES 
fCBA.'t MAYOR WINS RE-ELECTION 

l€B«£, N.C., WATER RE3CL5^€ES 

fCBAfC VOTERS TO ItCIK n£SDAY i3N BONDS FOR WATER-SIFFLY PRC.£CT 

f£EAf£ VOTERS APPRCl€ KINDS 

GRAHW1, I1EBAVE AS^a.NG RESIDENTS TO CONSERVE WATER 

SIGN OF A DRY SLIMIER 

«B«£ HC« TELEF-HtM CO., INC. 

MORE yiTfCSSES OtL FOR' TOLL-FRS F^^C^€ SER-VICE TM^OOGHQUT TRIANGLE 
TELEPHONE CO. CFFICIAL: CUSTO^ERS WOOD BALK AT PAYING HIHCR RATES 

f£EAf£ f1. PRITCfCTT PM! FOR HCfCRS 
SEE ALSO W3RE}£AD 5CMXARSHIPS 
SEE PLSO UNIV. (F N.C.-CH(tfEL HILL, ENDOJfCNTS 
HORE}£AD ALIXNI ESTii^LISH FUfffl 

^OA^€ POLICE liEPT. 

«BA^E POLICE CHIEF LEAVES TO TAKE JOE IN U^^ FaREST 
i'€E«€ F13LICE FORCE CUT IN Htil BY LOSSES 
,-€BAi€ H3ARII natES Fa.IC£ CHIEF 

fOANE TOt« COUNCIL 

,'€EA?£ VOTERS tf-PRC'vE BONDS 

iiEBA>€ Ca?CIL FILLS i.CfC-^A:lANT F-CSniOfJ 

(EBAfC l¥>YW SEEKS 2ND TERJ1 

f€BA^E BOARD ,SA?€S POLICE CHIEF 

,"€BAf€ TCl*^ CaiNCIL, ELECTIONS 

?*€ COUNCILrtEN FP.^ FCR BLSlIfJGTON HAYQR 
^€3ANE COUNCIL CANDIDATE ;jITHDRAyS 
Hjy.INGTON LIQUOR VOTE HIStlOITS ALA^ANOE RACES 
^0«€ MAYO? WINS RE-ELECTICN 

i-EB^C TOWN ."WAGER 

fEBAfC COiJNCIL FILLS LONG-VACANT POSITION 

«CCA 



fllND BEYOND CCW'^fHEHSION 

ICCWtNICS AND FiW^ERS BAW; (DL'RHAfI, N.C.) 
BAM< CHIEF RETIRES AFTER 37 YEARS 
DIRH«1 BANK HITS il HllllW ffiS)K FOR ,'Cr IfCCfS 
SANSOtt retires: 'JASim was S*£R£ T}£ action WAS' 
PRKC RATE Mrs TO SS; DURHAM BAWvS TO FOLLOW 
DURHAM BA^*; IS HAGAZINE'S BAM< ff YEAR 
BA^S< aiLL KEEP ROOTS 



S 

E E 
D — DATE — C 



I T 

L Y 
PG L ?■ BYL 



H 2 5/08/1987 D 2 R L37 



3 1/22/1987 B 
1 8/26/1987 C 



1 1/10/1987 B 
1 1/14/1987 C 



1 6/27/1987 C 
1 7/22/1987 C 
1 3/08/1987 C 

1 10/^)8/1987 B 

2 11/01/1987 D 
1 11/04/1987 C 



1 7/22/1987 C 
1 8/C3/1987 C 

1 10/08/1987 B 

2 11/01/1987 D 
1 11/04/1987 C 



H 1 1/10/1987 B 

H 1 1/14/1987 C 

H 1 3/26/1987 C 

H 1 S/28/1987 B 



2 12/09/1987 C 
2 12/10/1987 B 



1 4/10/1987 B 

2 4/13/1987 B 
1 11/13/1987 B 



H 1 1/14/1987 C 

H 1 3/23/1987 C 

H 1 7/22/1987 C 

H 1 11/13/1987 B 



H 1 3/08/1987 C 

H 1 10/08/1937 B 

H 2 11/01/1987 D 

H 1 11/04/1987 C 



H 1 3/28/1987 C 
H 2 8/09/1987 D 



3/31/1987 A 
4/02/1987 D 
4/05/1987 C 
5/01/1987 A 
5/05/1987 A 
5/05/1987 A 



N X56 
N 



1 N H60 
1 N H60 



N H60 
N 

N H60 
N H60 
N riAO 
N 



N 

N H60 
N H60 
N H60 
N 



1 N H6<) 

1 N H60 

1 N 

1 P P H60 



1 N f197 
6 N A54 



6/12.'1987 C 12 N 



1 

16 

1 



1 N H60 

1 N 

2 N 

1 H 



1 N H60 

1 N H60 

3 N B60 

1 N 



1 N 

4 E 



7 

6 

13 P 

i. 

1 
1 



N 
U L41 

N L41 

N X47 
N L41 
N i^ 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



DURHAh FKOUD HOME OF BLACK ENTERF'RISES 
DURHAM BANK OFFICER HONORED 
DURHAM BAfJKER GETS NATIONAL BUSINESS HONOR 
MS. TAYLOR'S EFFORTS GAIN NATIONAL NOTICE 
MINORITY-BUSINESS TACK EARNS BANK CHIEF U.S. 

MECX NED<, N.C. 

ISOLATED PENINSULA TO PUSH FC-R SERVICES 



AWARD 



MECKLENBURG COUNTY, N.C. 

PROGRAM HaF-S MISDEMEANOR VICTIMS 

ISOLATED PENINSULA TO PUSH FOR SERVICES 

MERGED CITY-CaiNTY PLANNING GETS TENTATIVE NOD FROM PANEL 

GROUP BACKS MERGER OF FIA^WING BOARDS 

TWO COUNTIES TRY PROGRAMS TO REDUCE USE OF LAffDFILLS 

N.C. AUTHORITIES SAY PORNOGR'APHY MAY BE HERE TO STAY 

TOP WASTE PRODUCERS OFF INCINERATOR SITE LIST 

WAKE COUNTY'S PERCENTAGE OF GROWTH PASSES RATE OF MECKLENBURG COUNTY 

MECKLENBURG SEEKS NEW HIRI^JG, PROMOTION PLAN 

ffiCKLENBURG COUNTY COiWISSIONERS 
TAXES CHARGED ON RAZED HOUSE 
COMMISSIONER GETS JAIL TER1i 

MECKLENBUR-G COMMISSIONER TO BE RELEASED FROM JAIL 
MECKLENBURG COMMISSIONER WON'T RESIGN 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY JAIL 

IW1ATE ON WORK RELEASE CHARGEi IN BREAK-IN 

fCCKLENBURG COUNTY SHERIFF 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY SEARCHING FOR POLICE CHIF - 

^ECKLENBUR6 MAXIMUM SECURITY PRISON 

VA. INMATE'S DEATH SENTENCE OVERTUR'NED 

DEATH SENTENCE AFfEAL OF FORMER MECKLEf'IBUR'G ESCAPEE FAILS 

MECTIZAN 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 
NEW (€DICIhE IS GOOD FOR DOGS, GREAT FOR HUMANS 

MEDALS 

SEE ALSO CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR 

SEE ALSO DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS 
WAR HONORS NOT TARNISHED 

EACH OF THE OLYMPIC FESTIVAL MEDALS HaDS A MEMORY OF NORTH CAROLINA 
A FAN IS born: GENEraUS TRACK STAR GIVES GIRt HER GOLD ilEDAL 
SOLDIER FINALLY GETS MEDAL FOR HEROIC FESCUE IN 1968 



(SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 



MEDIA 




SEE MAGAZINES 




SEE NEWS MEDIA 




SEE NE'iSPAPERS, 


N.C 


SEE NEWSPAPERS. 


U.S 


SEE RADIO 




SEE TELEVISION 





MEDIA CONSULTANTS 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO CONSaTING FIRMS 
SEE ALSO FriLITICAL CAMF'AIGNS 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC RELATIONS 
WHAT'S IN A NAME? FOR MEDIA CONSULTANTS, 

THE MEDIA aiTE, AfCRICA'S NEW POWERBROR-ERS 
NOT EVERYONE'S THAT GULLIBLE 



IT CAN BE CASH AND FAME 



MEDIATION 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DISPUTE SETTLEMQ^T CENTER, ORANGE COUNTY 



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S I T 

E ELY 

D — DATE — C -PG L F BYL 



5/06/1937 A 

9/24/1987 B 

9/26/1987 A 

10/06/1987 A 

10/06/1987 C 



E 
P N 
P N 

E 
P N 1)82 



S 2 1/20/1987 A 14 N 



H 


2 


1/19/1987 A 


14 


N 







1/20/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


9 


2/25/1987 C 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 


2/2'5/1987 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


9 


7/10/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


7/22/'1937 B 


2 


N 


S 


n 


7/31/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


.:1 


9/22/1987 B 


n 


N 


S 


2 


12/21/1987 C 


6 


N 



H 2 1/10/1987 A 11 N 

H 2 1/18/1987 C 3 N 

H 2 1/28/1987 B 2 N 

H 2 2/03/1987 C 12 N 



H 2 1/15/1987 A 15 N 
H 2 1/22/1987 B 4 N 



H 1 6/20/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 8/22/1987 D 6 N 



S 2 11/11/1987 A 13 U 



S 2 4/16/1987 A 

H 2 7/19/1987 A 

S 2 7/23/1987 B 

H 2 12''25/1987 C 



1 P N T85 
8 P N MIO 
1 P N B85 
6 P N 



H 2 12/28/1987 A 5 J 
H 2 7/27/1987 A 4 L 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1937 



S U B J E 



ARBITRATION OF LAWSUITS BEING TESTED IN 10 COUNTIES 

AKTirOTE SOJGHT FOR PAIN Cf HALPRACTICE SUITS 

DISPUTE CENTER' REDUCES COSTS, HASSLES 

KEEPING SQUABBLES OJT OF COURT 

PIEIWM FLIGHT ATTENDANTS SEEK f€DIATION 

^EDICAID 

SEE ALSO ^£ALTH CARE, COSTS 
HOSPITAL GROUP URGES EXPANSION DF fCDICAID 
IF GOVERNMENT PAYS, WILL ALL BILLS GO UP? 
."WTHER HOf-ES TTtALflA UNIT UILL KELF' INJURED BALIGHTER 
TRIA.NCLE H£SPIT(!13 HAVE t59,4 MILLION iDV^ERTlE 
INDIGENT HEALTH CARE PkOPIBALS GIVEN 
HOUSE OKS BAhER «VF; ICCISION BACK TO DIJKE 
MEDICAID'S HATER'NITY COVER'AGE IS E);PAfVDED 

FINANCING ELDERLY'S LOf«-TEF:M CARE LIKELY HOTTEST SOCIAL DEBATE 
HOUSE, SENATE HEDICARE P-RtPOSALS BUIiCET BUSTER'S 
TEXAS ASKED TO PAY FOR AIDS IiR-UG 
MEIiICW. INDIGETCY SO-UTION OBVIOUS, BUT WT Sli^^ 
GRO^:' CRITICIZES STATES' PEDICAID FtANS FOR FQOR 

fOICAID FRAUD 
SEE fLSQ FRAUD 
SEE ALSO ^£ALTH INSURANCE FRAUD 

DENTIST CONVICTED OF METHCAID FR'AUD 

DENTIST GETS «750 FINE FOR FRAUD 

fCDICAL AIR OF'ERATION 

SEE ALSO AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE 
SEE i^SO AREA HEALTH ETUC-ATION CENTE?-S 
SEE ALSO nEDICAL FCsUNDATICN !3F N.C. INC. 
SEE ALSO N.C. (€«CRIAL HOSPITAL, ^CLICCPTER' SERVICE 
SE /^SO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAP-EL HILL SCHOOL OF f1EDICIh£ 
i.€TERAN FLYER TO HEAD milCfL AIR OF^ERATICWS 

fEDICAL CARE, COSTS 

SEE f£ALTH CARE, COSTS 

fOICAL EOJCATION 

SEE ALS} rUM UNIV. SDTOL OF fCDICIfC 

SEE ALS) EAST CARaiNA UNIV. (CDICAL SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PRIDGRAMS 

SEE «.S0 NURSING SCHCCLS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO PHYSICIAN CERTIFICATION 

SEE ALSO RESIIENCY; a PER-SCNAL guide (B-OOK) 

SEE ALSO UNIV. (? N.C.HCHAP-Q. HILL SilJIOCt iP ffEIiICINE 
FOR THIS UHIRLWINI, IT'S A (MATTER GF ICC-RtES 
PARWffllD^ ANXIOUS? SCARED? YOU WST BE A MED STUDDJT 
l«DICAL RESIieCY! IS THE COST THAT STRESS IMF'CSES WCJ<TH THE ESCFIT. 
UNC A«tf« 6 CHOSEN FCR 'HEALTH OF T!iE PUBIIC F-RllGRAM 
DUKE MEDICAL SCHOOL KAY CHANGE CURlRIDXUM AFTER. DOI^C- a'ALUATION 

fOUCAL DER-GENCY SERVICE 

SEE EMER-GENCY MEIiICAL SERVICES 

^E[lICAL EQUIFtENT 

SEE ALSO LirnOTRIPTER' 
HOSF-ITAL EQUIFMENT PR-OPOSAL WOULD HIKE COSTS-FTOFESSCR 
UNC TCTECTIVE' SHAICUS OLD ^alICAL I^)STRll^effS 
ADOPTED INFANT'S PAIN, DEATH LEAD FAMILY TO SPECIAL TRIBUTE 

fOICAL ETHICS 

SEE ALSO ETHICS COI£ 

SEE W.SO HJMAN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DUALITY CF LIFE (HEALTH) 

SEE ALSO TEST TUBE BABY 

DU<E DIVINITY PRCFE3SCR TO LECTURE TUESDAY .ON MEDICINE, MORALIH 

DUKE PRtIF UIU DISCUSS MCI£RN MEDICAL ETHICS 

MJKE PROF EYES ROLE OF .MEDICIfC 



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p 


S 
E E 
D — DATE — C 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


H 
H 
3 
H 
H 


2 1/05/1987 B 
2 7/01/1987 B 
2 8/17/1987 C 
2 8/-20/1987 A 
2 9/10/1987 D 


1 
4 
1 
5 

a 


N 

N ISO 
N B53 
J 
N 


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


2 1/14/1987 C 
2 1/18/1987 D 
2 1/19/1987 A 
2 3/02/1987 A 
2 6/24/1987 B 
2 8/14/1987 A 
2 10/01/1987 A 
2 11/23/1987 B 
2 12/01/1987 A 
2 12/09/1987 C 
2 12/21/1987 A 
2 12/'22/1987 A 


21 

5 
11 


P N C60 

E 
P N 

N '482 
P N 659 

N S92 

N 

Q 

E 

N 

J R53 

N 


H 
S 


2 12/13/1987 B 
2 12/15/1987 C 


4 
6 


N 

N 



H 2 5/27/1987 C 



H 


2 7/16/1987 B 


1 P N N36 


H 


3 3/20/1987 B 


1 P N L90 


H 


2 10/19/1987 A 


2 J 


H 


3 12/'04/1987 B 


1 N !J30 


H 


2 12/12/1987 C 


1 N N36 



2/22/1987 C 3 N 
5/13/1987 C 1 P F L90 
7/03/1987 C 12 N 



2 1/15/1987 D 
2 1/20/1987 A 
2 1/21/1987 A 



N 
H 

P N B85 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



PA6E1239 
1/21/38 



medical ethics lecture sunbay 

medical ethics lectl're set sunday at library 

philosopher: 'Frankenstein terror* infects health care 

conference today on public access health information 

hospital ethics panels help family, doctor in 'right to die' decisions 

drug marketing scheme raises ethical questions among doctors 

confidentiality for aids patients doctors' dilemma 

discussion slated on genhics, ethics 

fEIUCAL EXAMINER 
SEE ALSO AUTOPSIES 
SEE ALSO CASUEa COUNTY CORONER 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY MEDICAL EXAMINER 
SEE ALSO CORONERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMI^€RS 
SEE ALSO N.C. OFFICE OF CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER 

CHATHAM MEDICAL EXAMINER UNDER STATE INVESTIGATION 

MEDICAL EXAMINER SUSPENDS DUTIES 

DR. BUTTS IS APPOINTED CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER 

l€DICAL FOUNDATION OF N.C. INC. 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL AIR OPERATION 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
PLANE APPEAL SLOW TO GET OFF GROUND 

MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS 
SEE ICDICAL EQUIPMENT 

MEDICAL INSURANCE 

SEE HEALTH INSURANCE 

MEDICAL LABORATORIES 

LAB TESTING DONE IN DOCTORS' OFFICES WORRIES EXPERTS 

TRIANGLE FIRti GETS IKUG-TESTINC CONTFlACT 

AIDS TEST PRODUCT OF ORGANON TEKNIKA 

INSTITUTE TO DEVELOP PROGRAM TO CERTIFY DRUG-TESTING LABS 

MEDICAL LICENSING 

SEE PHYSICIAN CERTIFICATION 

MEDIC(!1 MAUS 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL MEDICAL INC. 
SEE ALSO HJRHAM MEDICAL PARK 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

IS A LARGE MEDICAL l«LL SOMEWHERE IN DURHAM'S RJTUF:E? 

fEDICAL MALPRACTICE INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
MALPRACTICE RATES RISE FASTER IN N.C. 
PANEL MAY RECOMMEND CIVIL JUSTICE CIWNGES 
STUDY BOOSTS BOTH SIDES ON TORT REFORM 

FLORIDA LEGISLATOR SAYS TORT REFWiH DOES LIHLE TO CUT INSURANCE COSTS 
INSURANCE DEBATE IS FAR FROM OVER 
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE LIABILITY INSURANCE CRISIS? 
COMPANY WANTS TO RAISE N.C. nALFTtACTICE RATES AGAIN 
SOME DOCTORS FACE INSURANCE HIKE 
PACS INVOLVED IN STATE TORT-hEFQRM BATTLE 
LEGISLATIVE HEALTH ISSUES ARE OUTLINED 
LONG CRITIZES MALPRACTICE INSURANCE RATE INCREASE 
SENATE APPROVES BILL ON MALPRACTICE I^^FORMATICN 
SENATE QKS BILL AIMED AT INCOMPETENT DOCTORS 
MEDICAL MUTUAL CITES RECORD NUMBER OF SUITS 
MEDICAL MUTUAL FACES RECORD SUITS 
SELF-INSURING DOCTORS ARE IN A QUANDARY 
N.C. MALPRACTICE I^JSURERS MAKE PRDFIT OVER 4 YEAR'S 
LONG SAYS MALPRACTICE INSURANCE COMPANIES MADE PROFITS 
N.C. TRAILS COUNTRY IN MALPRACTICE iXAIMS 
PUBLIC CANNOT AFFORD MALF'RACTICE FRIVOLITIES 
INSURERS GAIN 
LAWSUITS THREATEN PHYSICIANS 







S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


S 


2 


2/11/1987 A 


14 N 


H 


2 


2/14/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


1 


2/16/1987 B 


1 P N S80 


H 


1 


5/08/1987 B 


4 N 


H 


9 


8/23/1987 C 


1 P N 


S 


? 


8/25/1987 A 


4 U 


H 


2 


9/14/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


10/08/1987 B 


10 N 



H 2 9/21/1987 B 1 N 
H 2 9/23/1987 D 5 N 
H 2 11/03/1987 A 15 N R'SS 



H 2 3/13/1987 A 18 N K65 



S 2 3/04/1987 C 2 U 

S 2 10/14/1987 C 10 N 

H 2 11/16/1987 A 1 P N C60 

H 2 11/18/1987 C 3 N 



H 2 7/05/1987 D 10 U L41 



H 


1 


1/07/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


1/08/1987 A 


15 


N L40 


S 


2 


1/14/1987 A 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/15/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


9 


1/16/1937 A 


10 


J 


H 


n 


2/01/1987 B 


3 


N L41 


3 




2/03/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


2/04/1987 B 


n 


P N 


S 


2 


2.'09/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


'y 


2/18/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


3/31/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


n 


5/05/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


n 


5/06/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


7/28/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


7/28/1987 A 


1 


P N U82 


H 


2 


3/03/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


It 


3/14/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


n 


8/15/1987 B 


5 


P N 


H 


T 


8/16/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


7 


9/14/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/14/19S7 A 


4 


c 


H 


/-f 


10/01/1987 A 


4 


L 



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1/01/1V37 



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12/31/1937 



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fEBICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO DUM UNIU. HEDICAL CENTER, tCDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO LAUSUIT DAMAGE AUARIiS 

SEE ALK] LAUSUITS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEDICAL MALF'RACTICE STUDY COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO SURGERY 

DOCTOR AfJD NURSE CLEAREIi IN LAWSUIT 

FIORIDA LEGISLATOR SAYS TORT REFORM DOES LITTLE TO CUT INSURANCE COSTS 

MALPR'ACTICE PANEL REJECTS CHAf^ES SOUGHT BY DOCTORS 

SHOULD raCTORS NOT BE ALLOWED TO SEAL MALPRACTICE SETTLEMENTS? 

SOME ICCTORS FACE INSURANCE HIKE 

UMSTEAD EMPLOYEES SUED OVER '35 SUICIDE 

PUBLIC HEALTH CONFERENCE MAR'CH 17 

SUE, DON'T BOIL, DOCTOF:S 

PANEL BACtiS EFFORT TO CUT COST OF CHILDREN'S VACCINES 

COURT UFWaS CONVICTIONS OF MANSLAUGHTER, ASSAULT 

HOUSE OKS CRITERIA FOR RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITE 

SENATE OKS BILL AIMED AT INCCMPETEiJT DOCTORS 

38 CfflJNTIES MAY SHARE $3.7 MILLION IN ROAD MONEY 

SEfWTE SPELLS OUT STATE'S POLICY OF PAYING FOR SCHOOL PROGRAMS 

SENATE APPROVES MALPRACTICE BILL 

WOMAN SUES OVER HUSBAND'S DEATH 

DUKE CENTER TO SEEK SOLUTION FOR MEIUCAL-MALFRACTICE SUITS 

ANTinOTE SOUGHT FOR PAIN OF MALF'RACTICE SUITS 

$350,000 SETTLEMENT REFIDRTED IN INFANT'S DEATH 

MEDICAL MUTUAL CITES RECORD NUMBER OF SUITS 

MEDICAL MUTUAL FACES RECORH SUITS 

N.C. SUPREME COURT RULES FOR PARENTS IN UNBORN BABY CASE 

MEDICAL COSTS GOING UP 

SELF-INSURING DOCTORS ARE IN A QUANHARY 

N.C. COURT OF AF'PEALS UPHOLDS RULIfiG IN FAVOR OF PSYi^ilfiTRIST, DUKE 

JURORS TO ASSESS LAWSUIT AIMED AGAINST DUKE 

AUTO INSURANCE BILL WINS APPR'OVAL 

N.C. TRAILS COUNTRY IN MALF'RACTICE CLAIMS 

MALPRACTICE STUDY PANEL C^KS OUT OF BUSINESS 

JOHNSTON COUPLE OFFER-ED MALPRACTICE SUIT SETTLEMENT 

ROCKINGHAM WOMAN CAN PURSUE SUIT FOR STILLBCJ^'N CHILIi, COURT SAYS 

PARENTS FILE CHILDBIRTH LAWSUIT 

PUBLIC CANNOT AFFORD MALPRACTICE FRIVOLITIES 

INSURERS GAIN 

$3 MILLION N.C. MALPRACTICE SUIT SETTLED 

MALF'RACTICE INEQUITIES 

LAWSUITS THR'EATEN PHYSICIANS 

SUIT SAYS WRONG FOOT OPERATED ON 

SUIT NAMES DURHAM MEDICAL GROUP 

N.C. PRISaN INMATE'S LAWSUIT MAY SPAF:K IMPCRTA^n RULING 

MERCY KILLING CONVICTION IS UPHELD 

MEDICAL MISSIONARIES 
SEE ALSO MISSIONARIES 
DL'RHAM NURSES WORK IN ECUADOR 
DURHAM COL'FIE RETURNS FROM MEDICAL MISSION 

t€DICAL MUTUAL INSURANCE OF N.C. 

STUDY BOOSTS BOTH SIDES ON TORT REFORM 

COMF'ANY WANTS TO RAISE N.C. MALPRACTICE RATES AGAIN 

SOME DOCTOR'S FACE INSURANCE HIKE 

MEDICAL MUTUAL CITES RECORH NUMBER OF SUITS 

MEDICAL MUTUAL FACES RECORD SUITS 

MEDICAL COSTS GOING UP 

SELF-INSURING DOCTORS ARE IN A QUANDARY 

N.C. MALPRACTICE INSUF:ERS MAKE PROFIT OVER 4 YEAR:S 

LONG SAYS MALPR'ACTICE INSURANCE COMF'ANIES MAIC PROFITS 

N.C. TRAILS COUNTRY IN MALPRACTICE CLAIMS 

PUBLIC cmrm afford malf'Ractice frivolities 

LAWSUITS THREATEN PHYSICIA^IS 

MEDICAL PARK HOSPITAL 

WOMAN SUES OVER HUSBAND'S DEATH 



H 


2 


1/09/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


9 


1/15/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


9 


1/24/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


2/'01/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


9 


2/04/ 1987 B 


2 P 


N 


H 


9 


2/27/1987 A 


12 


N 080 


H 


2 


3/01/1987 n 


11 


N U80 


H 


9 


3/10/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


9 


3/17/1937 A 


3 


N L40 


H 


3 


3/18/1987 C 


1 


N R53 


H 


9 


4/01/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


9 


5/06/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


o 


5/14/1987 A 


20 


N 


H 


n 


5/15/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


9 


5/27/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


1 


6/05/1987 A 


15 


N 


S 


9 


6/29/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/01/1987 B 


4 


N D80 


H 


2 


7/26/1987 A 


21 


N 


H 


9 


7/28/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


n 


7/23/1987 A 


1 f 


' N W32 


H 


2 


7/29/1937 B 


10 


N 


H 


9 


7/31/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


8/03/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


3/05/1987 C 


3 F 


' N 


S 


1^ 


8/07/1987 A 


7 


N 


H 


9 


3/15/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 




3/16/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/27/1987 B 


1 F 


• N L40 


S 


9 


9/01/1937 C 


3 


N 


S 


n 


9/02/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


1 


9/11/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


o 


9/14/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/14/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


9 


9/23/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


i-i 


9/28/1937 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


10/01/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


-f 


10/04/1987 C 


8 


N 


S 


'^ 


10/14/1987 C 


1 


N B53 


S 


-■% 


10/20/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


9 


12/03/1987 B 


s 


N 


S 


i-k 


4/02/1987 A 


6 F 


■ N 062 


S 


9 


7/15/1987 A 


7 


N 


S 


9 


1/14/1987 A 


5 


N 


S 


9 


2/03/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


9 


2/04/1987 B 


2 P N 


H 


9 


7/28/1937 A 


10 


N 


S 


9 


7/23/1987 A 


1 F 


■ N W82 


H 


9 


7/31/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


8/03/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


n 


8/14/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 




3/15/1987 B 


5 P 


■ N 


H 


•-> 


3/16/1987 C 


1 
■J 


N 


H 


2 


9/14/1987 A 


A 


E 


H 


9 


10/01/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


o 


6/05/1987 A 


15 


N 



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/ANNUAL 
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12/31/1937 



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-DATE- 



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^fEIlICAL PRODUCTS SEARCH 

ly DEVICE, MADE IN DURHAH, IS BEING INTRODUCED IN JAPAN 
MAYORAL CANDIDATES TO ANSUER CHAMBER QUESTIONS 

fEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ACADEMIC-INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO AMNIOCDITESIS 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 

SEE ALSO BRAIN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO CANCER RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO UNA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, BEHAVORIAL MEHICINE RESEARCH CENTER 

SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO HUMAN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO IMMUNIZATIONS 

SEE ALSO MARIJUANA, MEDICAL USE 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO SCIENCE, RESEARCH 

SE ALSO VACCINE 

SEE ALSO UOLF PRIZE IN MEDICINE 

SOFT CONTACT LENSES MAY HARBOR HARMFUL BACTERIA—RESEARCHERS 

LIFE IN THE FAST LANE 

21 COaEC-ES IN HUGHES NETWORK 

RESEARCHER AT GLAXO SHARES F^RIZE 

DUKE RESEARCHERS FIND CLUE FOR EPILEF'SY CURE 

DUKE RESEARCHERS STUDY MOLECULAR CLUES TO EPILEF'SY PREVENTION 

IiUKI PROFESSOR WINS MEDICAL RESEARCH AWARD 

EXERCISE TEST HELPS IDENTIFY FUTURE VICTIMS OF HYPER:TENSION 

DUKE PROFESSOR GETS AWARD TO STUDY PUZZLING HORM0h€ 

UNC TO STUDY HEALTH OF GRADS 

VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT FOR DUKE STUDY 

PERFORMANCE OF SIMPLE TASKS LINKED TO HEALTH— RESEARCHER 

DUKE SEEKS VOLUNTEERS FOR RAYNAUD'S DISEASE STUDY 

THREE MEDICAL CENTERS EXPANDING 

SCIENTIST WORKS TO UNLOCK SECRETS OF CELL COMMUNICATION 

DCKTORS; TREATMENTS CUTTING I£ATH RATES IN HEART AHACKS 

BICKERING PUT ASIDE; AIDS RESEARCH SPEEDS UP 

DUKE PR-OFESSOR WINS $225,000 RESEARCH AWAR'D 

DUKE TRYING TO INCREASE UNDERSTANDING DIABETES 

DUKI ALLERGY SPECIALIST TO RECEIVE $225,000 GRANT 

BOWMAN GRAY RECEIVES GRANT FOR ALZHEIMER'S 

DUKE HOPING MATH. COMPUTERS CAN SOLVE BIOLOGICAL PUZZLES 

UNC CONDUCTING HEMIPLEGIA STUDY; VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT 

4 DUKE SCIENTISTS WIN N.I.H. GRANTS 

ARICAN CLAWED FROG MAY OFFER CLUES FOR SOME HUMAN NERVOUS DISORICRS 

RAPID AUTOPSIES MAY HOLD CLUES TO ALZHEIMER'S 

RTI CONTI^iUES WOR:K ON BIRTH-CONTROL IMFIANT 

DUKE STUDY SUGGESTS ASPARTAME NOT LINKED TO HEADACHES 

DUKE HANDLED STUDY OF ARTIFICIAL SWEETENER 

DUKE RECEIVES $3 MILLION FOR SPECIALIZED ARTHRITIS STUDY 

DUKE RESEARCHER'S SEEK KFtS TO HYPERTDiSION CAUSES, CURES 

INFLUX (F CALCIUM STUDIED AS CAUSE OF MEMORY LOSS 

DUKE SURGEON RAPS ANIMAL BILL 

l€DICAL REVIEW OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEDICAL SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, N.C. 
DURHAM DOCTORS FIGHT NEW RULES 

MEDICAL SCHOOLS, FEDER'AL AID 

SEE DL'Kt; UNIV. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

SEE FEIERAL AID-TO-EDUCATION 

SEE MEDICAL EDUCATION 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 



H 2 4/05/1987 C 14 P U L41 
S 2 8/29/1987 A 11 P N 



H 


2 


1/01/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


O 


1/04/1987 D 


1 F 


F J40 


H 


2 


1/04/1987 D 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/19/1987 A 


1 P 


N 


S 


o 


1/20/1987 A 


1 


N B35 


H 


2- 


1/21/1987 C 


2 


N [ISO 


3 


1 

^ 


2/03/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


■■;> 


3/21/1987 D 


J 


N U80 


H 


2 


4/09/1987 B 


8 


N D80 


S 


T 


4/23/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


1 


4/28/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 B 


6 


N U80 


S 


o 


5/07/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


1 


5/11/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


9 


5/21/1987 B 


13 


N M97 


H 


9 


5/29/1987 C 


9 


N D80 


S 


2 


4/01/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/11/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


n 


6/22/' 1987 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


6/22/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


n 


7/08/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/24/1987 C 


13 


N D80 


H 




3/21/1987 A 


18 


N 


S 


n 


9/17/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


'•) 


9/18/1987 B 


12 F 


N 


H 


2 


10/17/1987 B 


3 


N 


3 


2 


11/03/1987 C 


1 


N W82 


H 


■7 


11/05/1987 C 


7 P N C60 


3 


i") 


11/05/1987 C 


1 


N U82 


H 


2 


11/13/1987 C 


7 


N ISO 


S 


^ 


11/18/1987 A 


6 


N 


H 


T 


11/20/1987 C 


5 


N 


S 


T 


12/24/1987 C 


13 


N 



H 2 4/28/1987 A 1 N C60 



MEDICARE 



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SEE ALSO HEALTH CARt, COSTS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL COMMITTEE TO PRESEFVE SOCIAL SECURITY ANIi tCDICARE 

IF GOVERNMENT PAYS. HILL tU. BILLS GO UP? 

MEDICARE PAYMENT HOTLINES SET UP 

TRIANGLE HOSPITALS HAVE »59.4 MILLION QUERrHJE 

UI€N WILL YOU QUALIFY FOR MEDICARE COVERAGE? (CARTOON) 

DURHAM DOCTORS FIGHT NEU RULES 

DLKE ECOf^OMIST LINKS SOCIAL PR0GR:Ai1S TO INFLATION 

COUNTY KNERAL SLICES UNF'AID PATIENTS' BILLS 

DAVIS IN LINE FOR AMA'S PRESIICNCY 

TOl-FREE hftJMBER GIVES INFORMATION ABOUT t€DICARE 

HOSPITAL APPEALS MEDICARE DECISION 

HEALTH AGENCY PUTS CUT GUIDE ON LQNG-TER'M C^WE INSURAiCE 

SOCIAL SECURITY IN TROUBLE 

ANSUERS ELUSH.'E ON HELPING VICTIMS OF MA.JOR ILLNESSES 

CONFERENCE EXAMINES DOUBLE BLOW ON MEDICr«E 

DUKt CALLS DEATH STUDY MISLEADING 

RETIREES VICTIMIZED 

HOJSE, SOJATE MEDICARE P-RCFOSALS BUDGET BUSTERS 

HOSPITAL OFFICIALS QUESTION VALIDITY OF MORTALITY FIGLIRES 

HOSPITALS' DEATH RATES LISTED UP IN OXFCRU, REIESVILLE 

UNDERSTANDING HEALTH TRENDS 

fOICARE, COSTS 

SEE ALSO tCALTH CARE, COSTS 
l*€N WILL YOU QUALIFY FOR MEDICAR'E COVER:AGE'' (CARTOON) 

MEDICINES 

SEE CHINA, MEDICINE 

SEE FOLK ,'EDICPJE 

SEE PHARMACEUTICAL CCMF'ANIES 

SEE PRESCRIPTION DRUGS 

ICDINA STREET 

CURBSIDE RECYCLING IDEAL 

MEL JACKS(W INCOME TAX SERVICE 

CffllPANY TO PREF'ARE TAX RETURNS FOR LAID-OFF WORKERS 

fflJWOMA 

SEE ALSO SKIN CANCER 
SUNTANS ONCE WERE Uff ASHIONABLE FOR WOMEN 
VACCINE DE'^ELOPED AT DUKE TREATS MELANOMA 

t€LLON BAM< 

FORECLOSURE NOTICE FILED IN TEXAS AGAINST WEBB 

MELODRAMA THEATRE 

h€RtlES, VILLAINS J, SWEET YOUNG THINGS 
NEW GALLERY TO OPEN MONDAY AT VENABLE PLACE 
FROM THE GROUND UP, THE DRAMATIC ARTS UNDERGO 
FIRST STAGES; FOR THEATRICAL ENTERPRISE, IT'S 
VENTURES P'JT OFF AR'TSCENTER, STR£ET GETS KOKO TAYLOR 
'DRU^8<ARD,' 'ISLAftfi,' 'EFFECTS' ON STAGES 
MELOWAMA THEATER OFFER'S UhJAPASHED ENTERTAINMENT 
FUN SURVIVES OVERKILL AT MELOIRAMA DEBUT 
ARTICLES, ARTICLES, ARTICLES, ARTICLES, ARTICLES 

MELTING POT 

SEE ALSO U.S. IMMIGRATION AND ^JATURALIZATION SERVICE 
STUDY BY UNC PR'CF, WIFE SHOWS EARLY BOOK ON COLONIAL AMERICA ALTERED 

MEMORIAL DAY 

SEE ALSO CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY 
SEE ALSO PEACE OFFICERS MEMORIAL DAY 
SEE ALSO WAR iMEMORIALS 

N.C. BRACES FOR BUSY ROADS 

MANY WORKER'S GET MGNIiAY OF. BUT PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILL OPEN 

UNC STUIGfTS GET rtE.'tORIAL BREAK, MOST GODERNMENTAL OFFICES TO aOSE 

VIETNAM VETS TO BE SALUTED THIS WEEKEND 



A DRAMATIC EXPLOSION. 
BULLISH DURHAM 



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E 




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P 


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L P BYL 


H 


O 


1/13/1987 D 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/21/1987 A 


9 


N 


S 


2 


3/02/1987 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 


4/21/1987 A 


4 


T T 050 


H 


i. 


4/28/1987 A 


1 


N C60 


H 





5/05/1987 C 




N ISO 


H 


2 


5/14/1987 B 


6 


N C60 


H 


2 


6/13/1987 C 


1 


P N C60 


S 


9 


7/04/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


1 


7/08/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/12/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


ry 

^ 


7/13/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


9 


8/C3/1987 C 


1 


Q K65 


H 


Hi 


8/11/1987 C 


1 


N C60 


S 


o 


9/16/1987 A 


1 


P N U82 


S 


2 


11/27/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


12/01/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


1 


12/17/1987 3 


T 


N 


H 


9 


12/18/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


12/20/1987 D 


4 


E 



H 2 4/21/1987 A 4 T T iISO 



H 2 9/19/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 2/21/1987 B 6 N 



s 

H 


2 


6/18/1987 A 
10/13/1987 A 


8 N 
11 M C60 


H 


•^ 


9/13/1987 C 


1 N 


s 

S 

H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 


9 

2 
2 

"1 


11/12/1987 D 
11/12/1987 D 
11/13/1987 D 
11/13/1987 D 
11/24/1987 C 
12/04/1987 D 
12y'10/1987 D 
12/11/1987 D 
12/31/1987 D 


1 P F B71 
7 N 

1 P P T32 
14 P F U66 

5 U U66 

2 I 

5 R W63 
9 P R W66 
5 N G59 


S 


9 


4/17/1987 C 


3 N 



3 2 5/21/1987 A 

S 2 5/21/1987 C 

S 2 5/21/1987 C 

H 2 5/22/1987 B 



1 N T85 

1 N 

1 N 080 

3 P N 



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12/31/1987 



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SORRY, CA«F€RS, KERR LAKE STia TOO FULL! TWO AREAS TO BE OPEN... 

FRANKLIN TO AHBtfi CELEBRATION 

HOLIDAY FOR SOME IN BURHAH 

ORANGE, CHATHAM LIST MEMORIAL DAY CLOSINGS 

MEMORIAL DAY CELEBRATORS HIT N.C. BEACHES AND KERR LAKE 

TO HONOR THEM 

IT'S TIME TO MARCH ON 

ABSENTEEISM HIGH IN DURHAM SCHOOLS 

HOLIDAY SHOFfERS PACK STORES 

TRIANGLE LAKES DRAW CROUDS 

HOLIDAY TRAFFIC CALM IN DURHAM 

AMERICANS URGED TO PROTECT FR£EDOM 

TAKIN' IT EASY 

AMERICAN LEGION SCHEDULES SERVICE 

CHANGING HaiDAYS 

RBCMBERING 

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

^E N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

MEMORY 

Tf£Y l€VER FAILED TO FORGET 

INFLUX OF CALCIUM STUDIED AS CAUSE OF MEMORY LOSS 



C 


T S 


S 




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I T 


N 


E 


E 




L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG 


L P BYL 


H 


1 


5/22/1987 B 


1 


P N '580 


S 


9 


5/23/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


7 


5/24/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


3 


5/24/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/25/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 




5/25/1987 A 


2 


P P 


H 


2 


5/25/1987 A 


4 


C 


S 


2 


5/25/1987 A 


1 


N X03 


S 


n 


5/25/1987 A 


1 


N U82 


S 


2 


5/25/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


S 


2 


5/25/1987 A 


1 


N 185 


S 


2 


5/26/1987 A 


5 


N 


S 


n 


5/26/1987 B 


1 


P P M66 


S 


9 


5/27/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/01/1987 B 


1 


U G78 


S 


2 


6/01/1987 A 


9 P P K30 



2 5/25/1987 B 1 U G78 
2 11/20/1987 C 5 N 



MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 
THE FLAME BURf^S 



on: after 10 YEARS, PASSIONATE FANS STILL LIVE FOR Klfffi H 2 3/16/1987 A 1 N N36 



MEN 



RESB«CH CO. EXECUTIVE BELIEVES MEN CAN DEVELOP INTUITIVE PART OF BRAIN H 2 1/04/1987 E 7 T N 



MENDELSSOHN STRING QUARTET 

MENDELSSOHN QUARTET PLAYS WITH UARMTH AND AFFECTION 
SCHUBERT CARRIES MEOTCLSSOHNS 

MENHADEN 

SEE ALSO FISH 
N.C. FISH DISEASE LINKED TO POLLUTION 

MEhJINGITIS 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAfES OF SF'ECIFIC DISEASES) 
SEE ALSO SPINAL MENINGITIS 

DUKE REPORTS MENINGITIS CASEi TWO OTHER STUDENTS ARE TREATED 

DIKE OFFERS STlJIOffS rtENIN'GITIS SHOTS 

DUKE STUIiENTS BEGIN TAKING VACCIfC TO AVOID MENINGITIS 

6,000 DOSES OF VACCINE RUSHED TO Uf^IVERSITY 

4,000 SHOT AT DUKE AGAINST MENINGITIS 

TUO-TWIRIiS OF DUKE UNDERGRADS GET MENINGITIS SHOTS 

DUKE MENINGITIS LINK UNKNOWN 

VISITING STUDENT GOT MENINGITIS, DUKE REF'ORTS 

4TH DUKI MENINGITIS CASE FOUND 

MENINGITIS INFECTION KILLS BOY 

N.C. MEMORIAL, MEI'ICAL SCHOOL SUE ALAMANCE 

SUIT NAMES [iLWAM MEDICAL GROUP 

CHARLOTTE TODDLER DIES OF MENINGITIS 

tCNOPAUSE 

SEE ALSO ESTROGEN 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, HEALTH CARE 
NEW ESTROGEN SKIN PATCH ALLOWS UCMEJJ TO WEAR THEIR MEDICATION 
MENOPAUSE CAN DISRUPT EVERYDAY LIFE AND CAREER 

m\'S CLUffi 

SEE ALSO PRIVATE CLUBS 
N.C. ROTARIANS DEBATE EFFECT OF RULING 

MEN'S FASHION ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO FASHION SHOWS 
relax: CASUAL LOOSE CLOTHES IN STORE 
JEAN TRENDS SHOW DENIM'S POPULARITY HASN'T FADED 
DESIGNER CONFIDENT ABOUT GOAL 



2 9/28/1987 A 11 R C58 
2 9/29/1987 B 5 R S66 



S 2 9/23/1987 A 6 N 



H 


2 


3/05/1987 B 


1 


N J50 


S 


2 


3/05/1987 A 


1 


N B85 


H 


n 


3/06/1987 B 


1 F 


N C60 


H 


o 


3/06/1987 B 


1 F 


N 


H 


2 


3/07/1987 C 


1 


N C60 


S 


2 


3/07/1987 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


3/08/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


3/17/1987 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/17/1987 A 


J 


N 


H 


2 


4/05/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 




5/14/1987 B 


6 


N W27 


S 


n 


10/14/1987 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


11/20/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


5/19/1987 B 


1 


N C60 


H 


n 


5/19/1987 B 


1 


F C60 



H 2 5/07/1987 C 3 N 



H 2 2/01/1987 E 1 P F H45 
H 2 2/23/1987 A 6 P F H45 
H 2 3/02/1987 A 6 P F H49 



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



SUBJECTS 



BESI9CR SAYS CJSTCMER'S ARE fimLl'f BUYING IDEA 

Al*tf;I}-«IMNING DESIC-fCR DIIiN'T PLAN FASHION CAREER 

T\€ ELEGANT LCIOt'>: ffALE UEIiDING AHIRE STRESSING CLASSICS (WITH RAIR) 

FAa FASHIONS 

RIJFFINI'S FASHIONS 

St£ATER KSIGN IS IN ^£R ELOOH 

A MAN'S yAftlfiCEE: l*€RE TO START 

CESARANi: 1€LFI>J)3 TOiCRPOa'S LEADER'S l!RE:3S IJ' FOR SUCCESS TODAY 

SIZE 14 AND LOVING IT, 'REAL' HuDEL FLIRTING WITH FA^E 

*(Y DO f£M '-£AR SUSPENDERS? ...THEY HOIi UF' 'iCLL AS FASHION STATEfBfTS 

TrERE'S GOLD IN PrlOSE STlIISH SUSPEf€£R"S 

FINDING A DIA«OfJIi IN RUFF ^C^W 

JULIAN GtTS JAZZY FCfi FALL 

.•CNTAL CCf»IIT)€KT fCi^INGS 
SEE COtf^ITHEf'TT t£ARINGS 

(€NTAL HEALTH 

SEE ALSO ALAiWtCEyCAS'JELL COUNTIES HENTAL tCALTH AGENCY 

SEE ALSO ANXIETY 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA hCALTH /WD HIMjR' ASSOCIATION 

SEE /U.SO CHILD PSYCHIATRY 

SEE ALSO CHILIKEN, EMOTIONAUY DISTUPiO 

SEE ALS] CHRISIrtAS, DURKAil, [©-RtSSICS^ 

SEE (LSO 0*;IST«AS, N.C, DEFn£SSIC*J 

SEE ALSO HJRHAM CC^MJNITY GUIDANCE CLINIC 

SEE ALSO DUR-HAM COUNTY' hBfTAL l€ALTH ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO MHAM COUNTY HENTAL f€AlTH BOARD 

SEE ALSO lilRHAM CCL^TY f£NT(y. ICALPH CENTER 

SEE ALSO EMOTIONS 

SEE ALSO eREEf*-UiSE (RESIDENTKy. TREATMENT CENTER) 

SEE ALSO INSAfjm PLEAS 

SEE ALSO ICNTAL ILL^£SS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR t€NTAL HEALTH 

SEE flSO N.C. MENTAL ICALTH ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEh'T.AL HEALTH CCHMISSICN 

SEE f^-SO ORANGE COUNTY fEtUfL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO 0RANC€y^ERSON/CHATHAM MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 

SEE ALSO PHOBIAS 

SEE AL^ SECr'ETS 

STUDY SUFf-ORTS II£A OF USIfC SOUP KITO£?JS TO CHANNa AID 

'STREET PEOPLE' STUDY DISPaS MYTHS 

W^^KIRS URSSI TO MCNITOR NON-VIOLENT JCN7WJ.Y ILL CHILDREN 

!JPShU? MUST IJNDER-GO PSYCHIATRIC TESTS 

OPTIMISTS OrrSELL PESSIMISTS BY 25X 

DIKE DCCTOR GIVES CABIN FEVER- ADVICE 

MENTiiy. HEALTH SERIES FIANNED 

SP-EECH IS TieSDAY 

MENTAL ^€ALTH CAR£ 

COUNTY FUNDING IS DEEDED TO HELP ME>rrALLY ILL CITIZB« 

PRtSMOTING (€NTAL .HEALTH 

HELPING TH€ MENTALLf ILL 

HEE, f£E— HAVE YOU ,-EARD TfC Of€ ABOIJT THE PEOPLE l*€i LIVE IN ICBISH? 

fENTAL f€ALTH ASSOCIATION 

SEE aWHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 
SEE N.C. CENTAL KE'iLTH ASSOCIATION 

ICNTi^ HEALTM CDJTERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CAPITAL ^£ALTH SYSTEMS AGENCY 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY HBy.rH CSfTER-S 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY MDJTAL HEALTH CENTER 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALPH HOSF'ITALS 

SEE i^SO ORANGE/'^SON/CHATHAM I^NTAL HEALTH CENTER 

SEE ALSO RURAL HEALTH CLINICS, N.C. 
COR-RECTION OFFICIALS '^■RAISE COURT RULING ON TRANSFERS 
(€?frAL hCALTH OFFICIALS: MARTIN BUICET FALLS FAR SHORT... 



-DATE- 



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E L Y 

C -F-G L P BYL 



3/16/1967 B 
3/30/1987 A 
4/22/1987 B 
7/05/1987 E 
7/24/1987 B 
8/05/1987 B 
8/07/1987 B 
8/24/1987 A 
9/02/1987 A 
9/0-9/1987 A 
9/09/1987 A 
9/25/ 1987 



H 2 10/05/1987 B 



H45 
H45 
H45 
H45 
H45 
H45 
H45 
H45 
H45 
K45 
H45 
H45 
H45 



H 


2 


1/13/1987 B 


1 P N P38 


S 


n 


1/13/1987 C 


1 N E85 


S 


n 


1/26/1987 A 


8 N 


S 


^ 


2/'02/19S7 A 


1 N T55 


H 


n 


2/12/1987 D 


3 P U L41 


S 


2 


2,'19/1987 A 


1 N 285 




9 


5/06/1967 B 


1 D F S27 


n 






5/09/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


n 


6/25/1987 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


6/25/1987 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


10/08/1987 A 


3 P P L38 


K 


2 


10/09/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


3 


11/21/1937 C 


1 N BIO 



H 2 1/10/1987 A 10 N 
H 2 1/30/1987 A 14 N 



(CNTAL HE^TH GOLF TOURNAMENT 



a«3o- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



— DATE- 



FAGE1245 
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S I T 

E L Y 

C -PG L P BYL 



SEE ALSO GOLF 
TOURNAMENT A GREAT SUCCESS 
Va.UNTEERS MAKE TOURICY SUCCESS 

MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS 

SEE ALSO COMMITMENT HEi^RINGS 
SEE ALSO COMPETENCY HEARINGS 
SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS, N.C. 

PA^CL WILL EXAMINE MENTAL HOSPITAL SAFETY 

N.C. SYSTEM OF ISSUING PASSES TO PATIENTS AT MENTAL HOSPITALS DEBATED... 

STATE OFFICIALS DISAGREE OVER DIX HOSPITAL PASS SYSTEM 

MORE CONTROL ^€EIO AT MENTAL HOSPITAL 

PROTECT PUBLIC, PATIENTS 

MOTHER OF f€NTAL PATIENT UR-GES MORE PRECAUTIONS 

MENTAL ^£ALTH OFFICIALS: MARTIN BUDGET FALLS FAR SHORT... 

APPROVAL SEEN UNLIKELY FOR HOSPITALS' REQUEST 

LEGISLATORS PROBABLY UON'T FUND ALL P-SYCHIATRIC POSTS 

DOCTORS! AMLESCENTS OFTEN INSTITUTIONALIZED NEEDLESSLY 

MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS, ABUSES 

SEE ALSO WJRSING HOMES, N.C, ASSAULTS 
FTOTECT PUBLIC, PATIENTS 
UMSTEAD EMPLOYEES SUED OVER *85 SUICIDE 
PATIENT ABUSE MEASURE CALLED 'LAWYER'S BILL' 

MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS, ESCAPEES 

CL/iRIFIED FflLICY ON ESCAPED PATIENTS URGED 
PUBLIC SHOULD BE TOLD SOON ABOUT ESCAPEES 

^ENTAL HOSPITALS 

SEE MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS 

(CNTAL ILLNESS 

SEE ALSO ANTI-DEF'R£SSANTS 

SEE ALSO ANXIETY 

SEE W.SO AUTISM 

SEE ALSO DEF'RESSION (EMOTIONAL STATE) 

SEE ALSO hCLfl-INE (TELEPHONE COUNSELING AND REFERRAL SERVICE) 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALLIANCE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL 

SEE ^30 NOVA PROGRAM (KINSTON, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO PET PSYCHOTHERAPY 

SEE ALSO SCHIZOPHRENIA 

SEE ALSO STRESS 

SEE ALSO WE THRESHaD (MENTAL HEALTH FACILITY) 

SEE ALSO TORNADOES, U.S. 

N.C. SYSTEM OF ISSUING PASSES TO PATIENTS AT MENTAL HOSPITALS DEBATED... 

STATE OFFICIALS DISAGREE OVER DIX HOSPITAL PASS SYSTEM 

CORRECTION OFFICIALS PRAISE COURT RULING ON TRANSFERS 

SOUP KITCHEN SURVEY QUERIED 

HELP' MENTAL PATIENTS 

GREENSBOR-0 MAN RULED INSANE IN 3 SHOOTINGS 

CLUBHOUSE FOR MENTALLY ILL P-ROTESTED 

TREATMENT FOR GIRL iJF'HEUi! COUNTY PAYING *6,000 MONTHLY... 

COUNTY UEIGHS APFtAL OF COURT RULING 

MAN Wa USEIi INSANITY IiEFBffiE MAY BE RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL 

PROGRAM HELPS MEfJTALLY ILL 

CLARIFIED paiCY ON ESCAPED PATIENTS URGED 

PUBLIC SHOULD BE TOLD SOON ABOUT ESCAFFES 

SENATE AffRBVES BIU ON MALf'RACTICE INFOR:MATION 

JUDGE HEARS FIFTH LAWSUIT AGAINST ERESSLER 

MENTAL ILLNESS CAN BE BEATEN 

MENT^ fCALTH AGENCY WITHDRAWS CLUB PLAN 

APPROVAL APPARENTLY NEAR FOR CLUB FOR MENTALLY ILL 

COUNTY TO SEEK $600,000 GRANT TO HELP THOSE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS 

COMMITMBJT LAW FOR MINQR-S RULED UNCONSTITUTIONAL 

GROUP SEEKING $600,000 GRAMT FOR MENTALLY ILL 

DUKE RESEARCHERS SHED LIGHT ON MENTAL DISORDER 

GUARDIANSHIP OF THE ELDERIYI NPJ LAW TO TAKI EFECT 

PSYCHIATRISTS H^P IDENTIFY WOMAN 

COMMUNITY HELP TO BE SOUGHT IN SEEKING MENTAL HEALTH GRANT 



8/18/19S7 A 
8/13/ 1987 A 



H 


2 


1/04/1987 A 


14 F 


N 


S 


2 


1/08/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


9 


1/09/1987 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 


1/10/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


9 


1/12/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/23/1987 C 


'y 


N 


H 


2 


1/30/1937 A 


14 


N 


H 


-;> 


7/14/1987 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 


7/15/1987 A 


5 


N 


S 


2 


9/17/1987 A 


15 


H 


H 


2 


1/12/1987 A 


4 


£ 


H 


2 


2/27/1987 A 


12 


N 080 


H 


2 


5/20/1987 B 


1 F 


N 046 


H 


o 


4/28/1987 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 


4/30/1987 A 


4 


E 



S 


o 


1/08/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


n 


1/0-9/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


n 


1/10/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


o 


1/15/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


2/13/1987 A 




L 


S 


n 


2/25/1987 C 




N 


H 


3 


3/17/1987 C 




N B81 


H 


2 


3/19/1987 A 




N 382 


S 


2 


3/19/1987 C 




N ES5 


H 


O 


4/15/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


9 


4/22/1987 B 




P F (39 


H 


T 


4/28/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


4/30/1987 A 




E 


H 


1 


5/05/1987 B 




N 


H 


7 


5/06/1987 C 




P N 


3 


9 


5/13/1987 B 




P F 327 


H 


3 


5/22/1987 B 




N B81 


H 


9 


5/30/1987 C 




N 080 




n 


8/11/1987 C 




N B85 


H 


9 


3/13/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


8/15/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


9/08/1987 A 


11 


N C60 


H 


2 


9/21/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


9/23/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


9 


9/26/1987 A 


14 


N 



I 



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/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



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GRANT UOJLD SERVE MENTALLY ILL CITIZENS 

SERVICES FOR MENTAUY ILL CRITICIZED 

hlENTAL ILLNESS AWARENESS 

PROMOTING nefTAL HEALTH 

HELPING IhE MENTALLY ILL 

THE LONELY ILLNESS 

MDJTAL HEALTH AD-^CATES ..m-rTui. 

ROAD TO FREEDOM OPEN FOR PANIC AHACK VICTIMS 

'NORMAL' BEHAVIOR IN N.Y. VERY STRANGE 

COJNTY MANAGER TO SEEK $250,000 FOR NEW SHELTER 

MENTAL ILLfCSS IN CHILDREN OVERLOOKHi, DOCTOR SAYS 

COUNTf AGREES TO HELP FINANCE SHELTER 

SOCIETY'S SAFETY KEY IN INSANITY DECISION 

STANICFF ENDS, CANDIDATE HELD FOR MENTAL TEST 

t€KTAL PATIEffTS RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CAR£, PATIENT RIGHTS 
FWiTECT PLiELIC, PATIENTS 
CLARIFIED FBLICY ON ESCAPED PATIENTS UkGED 
PUBLIC SHOULD BE TOLD SOON ABOUT ESCAPEES 
PATIENT ABUSE MEASURE CALLED 'LAWYER'S BILL' 
APPROVAL SEEN UNLIKELY FOR HOSPITALS' RtOUEbT 



N 
P 

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



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



(CNTAaY ILL 

SEE MENTAL HEALTH 
SEE MENTAL ILLNESS 

tCf<TALLY RETARDED 
SEE ALSO AUTISM 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HAfJDICAffED 
SEE ALSO COMPETENCY HEARINGS 
OFF Al <^ imUN'S SYNIlROME 

si AL^ DURHAM CITY SCHOaS, RCTARDED AND HANDICAPPED PR-QCRAMS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR^RETARlO CITIZENS ^^^^^,^_ 
SEE WiSO DURHAM COUNH SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND WlDlCAFPEi PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM EXCHANGE CLUB SHaTERED WORKSHOP' 
SEE (LSO EXCEF'TIONAL CHILDREN, N.C. 
SEE ALSO GROUP CARE HOMES ,^.,,^ .ttttcvc 
SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZeS 
SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO SHELTERED WORKSHOP 
SEE ALSO SPECIAL OLYMPICS ^^_ ^^^^ 
SEE ALSO TRAINABLE MEffTALLY RETARDED CENTER 

CIVITAN mm TO AID DUKE CHILD RESEARlH 

GROUP CaEBRATES 30 YEARS OF 'TEARING DCUN WALLS' 

DURHAM TO SEEK FUNDS TO HELP TRAIN RETARDED _^^_^ ^„, 

AFf-M-S COURT UPHOLDS SDJTENCES IN ATTACKS ON RETARDED GIRL 

PLACEMENT AGENCY ENABLES THE DISABLHi „,,,,„ ,^„ 

50-YEAft SENTEfCES ORDERED IN DEATH OF RETARDED MAN 

CHURCH OF THE EXCEPTIONAL LIVES UP TO ITS NAME 

AT SFtCIAL OLYMF-ICS, EVERYBODY A WINNER 

?^!Uf y^SS^K^^TR^E^rPOR 7 SPECIAL GRABS AT SOUTHERN HIGH 

'MAINSTREAMING' IS SOUND AND F'RACTICAL EDUCATIONAL ir£A 

ECU TO START NEW CENTER FOR DISABLED 

JOB PROGRAM FUNDS' [£LAY QUESTIONED 

JOB F'ROGRAM HELD UP ^„ ^.^^ ,-.-.-,-„, 

GUARDIANSHIP OF THE ELKRLY'. NEW LAW TO TAKE EFFECT 

DANVILLE, VA., MAN SENTENCED TO DIE 

NEW PROGRAM IS PROVIDING INDEPENDENCE FOR LpUPLE 

SCIENTISTS SAY LOW LEAD LEVELS AhFECT MENTAL DEVELOPMENT 

GROUP HOMES FOR MORALLY HANDICAPPED ARE PLANNED 

ifrHRE^LIpf AfM^'wILLIE rt. 'GRAIIJATION,' MOM lOIANDS 
BIRTHDAY FORCES RETARDED TEEN OUT OF GROUP HOME 

SUlf^ILEIi^ONlEHALF^OpTEeJS NO LONGER ELIGIBLE FOR WILLIE M FRG-GRAM 
RESPONSIBILITY TO HANDICAPPED 



C 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



9/28/1987 
10/06/1987 
10/C8/1987 
lO/CS/1987 
10/09/1987 
10/12.'1987 
10/14/1987 
10/27/1987 B 
11/16/1987 A 
11/26/1987 B 
12/13/1987 B 
12/16/1987 C 
12/23/1987 A 
12/28/1987 B 



1/12/1987 A 
4/23/1987 B 
4/30/1987 A 
5/20/1987 B 
7/14/1987 D 



2/23/1987 C 
3/19/1987 C 
3/26/1987 A 
4/03/1987 C 
4/09/1987 B 
4/13/1987 C 
5/23/1987 B 
5/24/1987 C 
6/06/1987 C 
6/10/1987 C 
6/25/1987 B 
7/26/1987 A 
8/03/1987 A 
3/03/1987 C 
3/20/1987 A 
8/21/1937 B 
9/21/1987 B 
9/25/1987 
10/01/1987 
10/02/1987 
10/03/1987 
10/20/1987 
11/23/1987 
12/02/1987 
12/05/1987 
12/07/1987 
12/16/1987 



N M06 
N 



L38 



L 

P 

L 

L 

L 

1 P N 060 
4 E 
1 P N A54 
.0 N D80 
1 N A54 
4 E 
1 N 



4 E 
6 N 

4 E 

1 P N 046 

5 N 



1 

1 P 
1 



5 P 
1 P 
1 P 



1 I 

1 I 

20 I 

4 

c 

J 

1 
1 

7 
1 
1 
1 
1 

9 

-, 

12 
4 



N B85 
F W82 
N U82 
N R53 
N A30 
N 
N 

N K65 
N S80 
N J40 
N B67 
N B12 
L 
N 

N W82 
N L41 
N 



T33 
1197 



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



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P n — DATE- 



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MERCENARIES 

SEE GUERRILLA WARFARE 

iCRCER UNIVERSITY 

SaJTt£RN BAPTIST FIGHT AT MERCER U. 

fERCK i CO. (RAHUAY, NEU JERSEY) 

ANTI-CHOLESTEROL DRUG TO BE MADE IN UILSON 

ICRCURY 7 FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP 
SEE ALSO ASTRONAUTS 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NA^ES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 

MERCURY 7 TE(W HONORS SCHOLAR'S 

MERCl^Y 7 ASTR'QNAUTS GIVE BOOST TO NATION'S EDUCATIOmL STA^JDARD 

1ST ASTRONAUTS BACK fCW 'RIGHT 3TUF' BREED 

MERCY KILLING 
SEE DEATH 
SEE EUTHANASIA 
SEE LIVING UIU 
SEE RIGHT-TO-DIE 

ICREDITH COLLEGE 

TRAIiITION GETS COMEUPPANCE 

MANY PRIVATE COLLEGES IN N.C. REPORT ENROLLMENT UP 

PHOTO BY NONA SHCRTI FORti, TONE, SHAPE i, LIGHT 

TWO VERY DIFFERENT VIEUS PRESENTED ON IRANIAN ARMS SALE CONTRO'JERSY 

MEREDITH FACULTY BACKS SEMINARY PROFS 

SUPERUOMAN; SHE'S A ROLE MODEL FOR STRESS, ANGER, ILL HEALTH 

l€REDITH COLLEGE, GRADUATm^ 

people: UNC professor gives talk ON THE HOLOCAUST 

MEREDITH COLLEGE, STlJDE^^TS 
WOMAN HONORED 
people: many colleges announce DEAN'S LISTS 

MEREDITH OJEST HOUSE 

COUNTY LEVIES FINE ON TAX-TARDY HOTEL 

DIM MOVING CLOSER TO AMBULANCE FRANCHISE 

RENT A ROLLS, COOK IN ROOMS AT MEREDITH iSUEST HOUSE 

MERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

SEE ALSO ANTI-TRtJST SUITS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, PROFtRH SALES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNTY CC'^RNMENT MERGER 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNTY SCHOOLS, MERGER 

SEE ALSO FIRST WACHOVIA CORFt)RATI0N 

SEE ALSO LEVERAGED BUYOUTS 

SEE ALSO ORANCE nnUNTY SCHOOLS/CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, MERGER 

SEE ALSO "PAC-MAN ItFBiSE" 

SEE ALSO "POISON FILL" PROViSiaNS 

SEE ALSO R-OXBORO/PERSON COUNTY. MERGER PRCpOSAL 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, MERGERS 

SEE ALSO SHAREHOLDER PROTECTION ACT 

SEE ALSO TAKEOVER DISaOSURE ACT 

BBT TO ACOUIRE SANDLAPPER BANK 

UNION CAR:BIDE SOLD TO FRENCH CORPORATION 

UNION CARBIDE CENTER IS SOLD 

FAMILY MEMBERS GIVE UP .MAJCR'ITY OF HANES STOCK 

OWENS-ILLINOIS PLANS TO DIVEST DIVISION WITH THREE PLANTS IN N.C. 

LIGGEH i MYERS GETS NEU JOB OF HANDLING BOOKS 

GIANT RAIL FIRM EYES POSSIBLE PURCHASE OF PIETiMONT AVIATION 

NORFaj< SOUTHERN WANTS TO BUY PIEDMONT 

PIEDMONT BOARD TO CONSIDER ANY flER'GER OFFER 

PIEDMONT WAITS FOR MERGER SUITOR 

CARL ICAHN CAPTURES USAIR (CARTOON) 

N.C.'S PIEDMONT BEING SOLD 



H 2 10/24/1987 B 7 N 
H 2 9/M/1987 B 7 N 



2 7/17/1987 A 1 P N S92 
2 7/18/1987 C 5 P N M97 
2 7/20/1937 A 4 E 



5/22/1987 D 
8/25/1987 A 
9/11/1987 D 
9/22/1987 A 
11/03/1987 C 
11/20/1987 B 



10 

11 

11 P 
14 P 

i. 
2 P 



R L59 

N 

R G68 

N 

N 

F 



Zll 



2 6/18/1987 B 10 N 



S 2 4/21/1987 A 7 N 
H 2 7/30/1987 B 2 N 



S 2 7/13/1987 C 1 N M06 
S 2 7/15/1987 C 1 N M06 
H 2 9/27/1987 C 11 N B12 



H 


o 


1/04/1987 D 


9 N 




y 


1/05/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


9 


1/06/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


? 


1/07/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


2 


1/13/1987 B 


9 N 


H 


9 


1/15/1987 D 


7 P U L41 


S 


1 


1/23/1987 A 


17 N 


H 


7 


2/18/1987 B 


7 N 


H 




2/20/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


2 


2/21/1987 A 


15 N 


H 


2 


3/07/1987 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


■^ 


3/10/1987 A 


1 N 



-U630- 



HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX 3Y 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



PAeE1248 
1/21/88 



ROJ TO FEE. LITTLE If^^ACT FROM PEia«NT B UYgj T 
rJA PUTS IJSAIR BUYOUT FIANS IN «UING PATTERN 
AIRLIf€ SALE WON'T AFFECT GATTJAY 'vOTE 
AIRLHC RiYfflJT rtiafT EJffl SENTIMBiTi^. F«C,^ 
Oi€ AIRLIf€, W*IETY OF FliOfiE COWANIES (CAf<T(X»)) 
USAIR-PIEIWM HEK-GER TO AFFECT COf^WTER-S 

100 aJITTIfffi JOBS TO STAY IN GREENSKRO . 

^KtS€f<T LIMITS BUYOUT OF PIELMCNT SY :jbAIR ttff . 
SIaROCRS look AT P-SYCWLKICAL EFFECTS Lf (:g15ERS 

^cpoll: lam^ hurt by hosted firji t«<k\€RS 

aRLMTO^ INDUSTRIES Nff^PR TO ffi TARKT^ TAKEO^ 
ffi1?^^S^^^SF^N.e?l!?.NIES ^^ DIFFIO^T 

'sSn^'.^M ^Si^K^In NATIC^ bank IN CXFORB 

KKSJSE APF-R-OVES BILL ON T«<EDVER-S _ ^ .^-.,r^, 

Se«TE GIV^S TB^TATI^ NOD TO BILL ON COBft.'^ATE T.^sEuyEF3 

$2 BIUION STER FOR BIM.INGTON INIiJSTRIES PtP-OKTED 

EVEN IF TAMOi^ FAILS, BlFLn«T»< MILLS UILL i(t A TARGET 

BILLS WOJLD EXTDffi TAKEOVER PROTECTION __ 

SE^TE AFfROVES TAKEOVER F-ROTECTLON f€ASURE 

WJALYSTS SAY BURLINGTON UILL FIWT a^lWT 

HOJSE AF'PRCVES, THEN SLOWS ANTI-TASEOv€R BILL 

BlFilMSTON a£S iNt^STrS C^tJlf _ ^^ 

LEGISLAPJFf HAKTS &CF1I?«T0N TAMOVER APJ«R 

GREE-iSBCRO BASE tf F-£AkS SEa^RE _^,. ^ 

N.Y. Ir^vtSTCR OWNS 9.45 OF N.C. TEXTILE 

EICU'iAN CALLEIi A 'MONEY HAKER' 

analysts: euyojt to LifawEL birlihgtcw 

BIJ^INGTON ::HAL1£?^£S L£5ALITY OF TAKEOVER 

11.52 BILLiaN GFFEF; ?ttDE Fi3R BUa.Ii«Tg« „ 

Ir^tSThErfT^SROF CHALLENGPriG LpU O) lCW'ANY biUio 

F^:^^Sxi RERSES TO H.OCK STATE'S 1977 LAU ON TAKEOVERS 

I^S !n^Tr1sSSs TAKE-DVE^. FLANS STO^. BUT^CK 
^ COTIITT^APF-RCVES BILL TO THWART BW^INGTON TAKEOVER 

EI€U«N ^1 UP T(y<EOVER (WTE ^^^ 

BILLAIfO AT HOSTILE T#i<ECVERS WINS BACKING 

STATE Bia TO SW€ BI PASSED _ , 

r«iINION 15>S T}£ f^fTE IN BUYOJT GAMH^ n.rrTT^^ 

[tSF [F FINANCIt^ DATA IN TAKEOVER ATTE-PT QUESTIOfCD 

S^M SAYS t3<£^'ER trend 'GEHING OST OF WW)' AGAIN 

Business HIGH.IGHTS ^ ^^ 

BUa.IN6T0N UKfKERS .IKELY TO STAY PLANTED 

fflfoN^'pfes™.^'^^"^^ CRITICIZES ..KINGTON... 

RA£1GH COfANY PURO^S© 

KEEP IMT^IENO-Y CORPORATE RAIItR-S AT BAY 

aSJ'rAN AGAIN RAISES Tt£ STAKES ^..^^^r, 

FTSjIAN ""e^IES DE/y. TO END BlRLINGTa>( TAKE'DVER 

^il?CKAIStiAN ^ «=^ WON'T CLOSE PIEZ^HONT'S .3FERATICSS 

C^tHi'S rC^^sDQUARTERS UlU. BE !«VIN6 TO PARK 

DiTi TwnT->J SArS BUYOLIT BID TAINTED 

§;"-"■■--"•. AlWITS T«<EOVER RULING 

=A^^■-I "I^S T|i«EC-VER BILL 

p-r-.--.- .g^^GTR >^Y BE SF-EEDED UP 

-,r;^ -,-.--', TAKEOVER TEfPORARILY BLOCKED 

S^GSii -CUJ END CQRPt«ATE CRAP-SHOOT 

analysts; SCHEDLLE OWKKS JCT LIMLY after ftSOR 

EIS.,'¥i*<'. JOIINION EXTEND Ti^^EOVER OFFER 

i;i! -..--;j EXTENDS $80-A-SHAF£ OFFER 

:■-.'"-; r.DY TAKEOVER BID 

iitrEfrt^r^a TO BUY SIX PLAKTS FRCW f€AD 

Bm.INGTGN'S FRIEiDLY BIDDER SJ^ETENS F-QT 

WHAT'S ^ IU£Q1S A'mJAY" 

HANCR I}««ST?£NT COff ANY TO BUY T}€ PANTRY 
DOMINION FIRES AT N.C. LAWS 



N 
P 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

3 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 



E 

D — DAT 



S I T 

E L Y 
C -PG L P 



BYL 



L 
A 

D 
A 
B 
D 



3/10/1987 A 
3/11/1987 A 
3/11/1987 A 
3/12,'19e7 A 
3/13/1987 A 
3/13/1987 C 
3/14/1987 B 
3/21/1987 A 
3/28/1987 B 
4/01/1987 A 
4/10/1937 A 
4/11/1987 A 
4/15/19S7 A 
4/17/1987 A 
4/17/1987 B 
4/13/1987 A 
4/-22/1987 C 
4/25/1937 A 
4/27/19S7 B 
4/28/1987 B 
4/2-9/1987 A 
4/29/1987 A 
4/30/1987 C 
4/30/1987 D 
5/ 02.'' 1987 A 
5/02/1987 A 
5/03/1967 C 
5/04/1987 
5/05/1987 
5/06/198^ 
5/07/1-987 
5/07/ 198 
5/07/198. _ 
5/03/1987 A 
5/0S/1-987 C 
5/12/1987 B 
5/12/1987 B 
5/13/1987 A 
5/13/1937 A 
5/14/1987 D 
5/16/1987 A 
5/17/1987 D 
5/17/1937 D 
5/20/1987 B 
5/21/1937 D 
5/21/1987 A 
; 5/22/1987 A 
' 5/22/1987 A 
; 5/23/1987 A 
! 5/24/1987 B 
: 5/26/1987 A 
! 5/28/1987 D 
! 5/'31/1987 C 
! 5/31/1987 C 
! 6/01/1987 A 
! 6/02/1987 A 
I 6/03/1987 C 

1 6/05/1987 A 

2 6/05/1937 C 
I 6/C6/1987 A 
I 6/06/1987 A 
? 6/06/1987 B 

1 6/03/1987 B 

2 6/09/l'?87 B 
2 6/09/1937 A 

1 6/10/1987 C 

2 6/11/1987 D 
2 6/12/1987 A 
2 6/13/1987 A 
2 6/'13/1937 A 



1 P H y82 
7 N 
1 N W82 
4 E 

4 T T R56 

5 N 

6 N 
13 N 
13 P N 



N 
N 
N 

N L4C 
N 
N 
N 

N L40 
N 
N 

N L40 
N L40 
15 P N 

10 N L40 
5 N 

11 N 
N 



1 

1 

15 

1-7 

12 
1 

10 
1 
1 

16 

13 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

7 N 
1 N 
1 N 

10 N 

11 P N 
14 N 

5 J 

9 N 

14 P N 

14 N 



3 

9 

17 

2 

4 

7 

8 

3 

5 

11 

11 

11 



1 
12 

3 
16 

5 

1 
4 
8 
7 



5 
4 
1 

13 



N W82 

H 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N L41 

N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



BOND UAIUEIi IN BURLINGTON CASE 

RAILROAD MERGER DISCUSSED 

BURLINGTON BIDDEFS SEEK EXTENSION 

FORMER BURLINGTON CHIEF DENIES LEAKING ^FORMATION 

COURTS TR'IF- DOMINION IN RACE FOR: BURLINGTON TAKEOVER 

BURIINGTON APPEARS TO BE WINNING FIGHT 

MORGAN STANLEY CLAIMS BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON GUTSPBJT PROFITS AVOIDING BUYOUT 

FIRST FEDER'AL STOCKHOLDERS OK FIRSTCOFf MERGER 

FIR'ST UNION BUYS ITS FIRST BANK IN TEfJNESSEE 

NCNB SAID TO BE AffONG FINANCIAL BACKERS OF BURLINGTON ACQUISITION 

CAMPBELL CO. SELLS FIASTICS, METALS CORP. 

DURHAM, S.C. LAW FIRMS TO MERGE 

USAIR BLAMES ARIZ. AIRLINE FOR I'CRGER' DELAY 

STREAMLINED BURLUJGTON nV-NS ELIMIfWTION OF 500 JOBS 

NO MERGER FtANf^ED AT HERAUi-SUN 

BURLINGTON JOBS IN N.Y. ON THE LINE 

BURLINGTON TRIES TO EASE JOB HUNT FOR THE LAID-OFF 

MORE BURLINGTON LAYOFFS ARE PRICE OF THWARTED BUYOUT 

SALE OF GILBARCO TO ENGLISH GE SET 

BRIEFS ORDERtD ON AIRLINE MEF:GER 

MASCO CONTINUES N.C. BUYING SPREE 

CONaiCT ISSUE IN BURIINGTON TAKEOVER FIGHT AIREIi 

BENEFITS CITED IN TAKEOVER BIDS 

SECOM GENER'AL CORP. BUYING MICHIGAN TOOLING COMPANIES 

WACHOVIA MER'GER SET TO GO 

HAMNER FINALIZES PANTRY CHAIN DEAL 

2 RAILROAD COMPANIES IN N.C. STILL TALKING MERGER 

EDELiWN AIMS AT FOREIGN TAKEOVER 

CALIF. COMPANY BUYS SYSGDJ 

CABLE SYSTEMS MAY MERGE 

BURLINGTON BUYOUT TO COST ADDITIONAL $166 MILLION 

2 CABLE COMF'ANIES AGR'EE TO MERGE 

OF RAZORS AND INNOCDCE 

BANNERS R-ECEIVES ACQUISITION OFFER 

CLAREMCNT CHAIN CONSIDERS OFFERS 

BURLINGTON IS BOUGHT OUT! ACQUISITION BY MORGAN STANLEY GROUP... 

REXHAd TARGET OF TAKtOVER, CORPORATE RAIDER ASHER EDEU1AN AIMS... 

POSSIBLE TNT DEAL MAY AFFECT DURHAM 

TRANSPORTATION DEPT. SAYS IT HAS TAKEN NO POSITION ON MERGER OF AIRLINES H 

PIEDMONT TAKEOVER SPURNED 

DEAL IS COMPLETED IN SALE OF DURHAM'S FIRST FEDERAL 

MERGER DISSENT MAY MEAN TIMES ARE CHANGIN' 

PARENT FIRM OF RTP BRANCH BUYS BUSINESS 

RITE AID EXECUTIVE, FAMILY MAKE OFFER FOR FARM FRESH SUPERMARKETS 

SANFQRD BACKS USAIR DEAL WITH PIEDMONT 

AIRLINE OFFER'S DEAL TO END MERGER FIGHT 

LANDRIEU: STATES SHOULD PRESERVE CONTROL IN TAKEOVER TRIES 

HAMNER-OUNED COMPANY BUYS HANFOFU'S INC. 

PIEIiMONT BRACES FOR MER'GER DECISION 

LEXINGTON FURNITURE COMPANIES' SALE OK'D 

NORTEK CHALLENGES N.C. ANTI-TAKEOVER LAWS 

AMERICAN BRANIiS TO SELL PINKERTON'S, SUNSHIfC BISCUITS 

BILL WOULD LET STATES RULE ON TAKEOVERS 

HA«NER FIRM BUYS CHARLOTTE COMPANY 

PIEDMONT, USAIR RENEW REQUEST FOR MERGER APPROVAL 

WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER VOTERS REJECT MEF'GER' PLAN 

U.S. FILES P.RIEF AFTER JUDGE NIXES PIEIiMONT MER'GER 

DUKE POWER NEGOTIATING FOR NP«,L 

F'ERPETUAL BUYS AMERICAN FINANCIAL 

FIRST UNION TO PAY $176 MILLION FOR FLA. BANK 

THE BOnOM lone; LADD'S SHOT AT TAKEOVER LOOKS GOOD... 

COLUMBIA VOIDS PRIZE, GCTS PRAISE 

REXHAM CORP. SIDESTEP'S UNWaCCME ADVAfCES BY IWESTOR ASHER EDELMAN 

PARTNERSHIP BUYOUT MAKES .nREUDDJBERG OWNER OF LUTPAVIL 

DOW DROP THR'EATB^ BURLINGTON PLANS 

BURLINGTON ADDS NEW CLAIMS TO SUIT 

PIEDMONT, USAIR STICK TO TERMS 

PIEDMONT MERGER WITH USAIR APF'R'OVED 

PIEDMONT, USAIR MERGER POSES NEW CHALLENGES 







S 




I T 


N 


E 


E 




L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG 


L P BYL 


H 


■? 


6/16/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


6/l'?/1967 A 


14 


N 


H 


■~k 


6/19/1987 C 


7 


N 


S 


n 


6/22/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


9 


6/23/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


n 


6/24/1987 B 


J 


N 


H 


9 


6/25/1987 D 


6 


N 


H 


1 


6/30/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


n 


7/02/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


7/05/1987 D 


11 


N 


H 


n 
^ 


7/05/1987 D 


12 


N 


H 


T 


7/08/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


1 


7/09/1987 D 


6 


N L41 


S 


2 


7/17/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


f^ 


7/21/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/24/1987 A 


17 


N 


S 


9 


7/27/1987 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 


7/27/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/28/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


9 


7/30/1987 D 


J 


N 


H 




3/02/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


8/02/1987 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 


8/06/1987 A 


23 


N 


H 


2 


8/07/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


8/07/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


8/13/1987 D 


8 


N 


H 


9 


8/14/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


■2 


8/16/1987 C 


11 


N 


H 


T 


8/17/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/18/1987 D 


5 


=' N 


S 


9 


3/18/1987 B 


1 


N S92 


H 


9 


8/19/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


3 


8/19/1987 C 


i 


N B81 


S 




3/19/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


3/26/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


o 


9/02/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


o 


9/04/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 





9/05/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


9/19/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


9/19/1987 B 


J 


N 


H 


9 


9/22/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


9/23/1987 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 


9/23/1987 D 


6 


N 


S 


n 


9/24/1987 A 


18 


N 


H 


^ 


9/26/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


9 


9/26/1987 B 


3 f 


■ N 


H 


9 


9/26/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


9/26/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


n 


9/29/1987 A 


9 


N 


S 


o 

^ 


9/29/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


9 


9/30/1937 A 


9 


N 


H 


i. 


10/01/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


■-> 


10/02/1937 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


10/02/1987 A 


Q 


N 


S 


9 


10/03/1987 A 


3 P N 


S 


i-V 


10/06/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


9 


10/07/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


10/07/1987 D 


6 


N 


S 


9 


10/07/1987 A 


J 


N 


H 


7 


10/08/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


1^ 


10/10/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


9 


10/14/1987 A 


12 f 


■ N 


H 


7 


10/15/1987 D 


7 P N 


H 


9 


10/16/1987 B 


10 


N 


H 


? 


10/17/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


10/27/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


9 


10/29/1987 C 


U 


N 


H 


9 


10/30/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


10/31/1987 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


11/02/1987 A 


10 


N 






-LX630- 



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



3 U B J E 



COURT ASKEIi TO POSTfCNE AIRLINES ItAL ^ ^..^,^ 
USAIR TRYING OUT LOGOS REP-ECTING ftRGER InAbE 
COURT UON'T DELAY PIEIttCf-iT f^ERGER ^^ ^^ 

Ymnm, u.s. air han^gef-s exfect m cha-vges in '^vik 

SCUtIoND buys INaSWCE DIVISION Cf RICHARDSON CO??. 

Crttf'EL HILL PAPER SOLD TO CHAIN 

r<3HINI0N £WS ERUIN DENIM FROM aJRtI^«3TuN 

INVESTOR EI£LfW RECONSIDERS TAKEO'/EF; OFFER FOR TELEX CORP. 

N^CT LESiaAf^ GIVE PROTECTION TO SKAREH3LKR-S FfCH 'KAIICR-S* 

^tKSSPtEStInG^H l^rOFFICES IN I^^ 

^^^.^EfK^^lilsS REr.RE>CE SECTION ^OFFERS SHORTCUTS. 

FIRST UNIQ>J LOSES LAWSUIT OVER »€R(S5 WITH S.C. BANK 

LISAIR WILL BRING JOBS TO PIEDHCNT 

S^ OF Biaifey'S HILLS JARRiriG ^P-S TO 'DENIM COITAL' 

FIR-ST L-NinN OF CHARLOTTE TO MERGE SUBSIDIARIEb 

CAPITOL BKCADCASTIfJG BUYS fCTRO-CRESCENT 

R&y.TY FIRrt SOLU TO ,'lERRILL LYNCH _,^^„., 

GAfflCTT TO PURCHASE GREENSBCR-Q TV STATION 

FUQUA-KODAK PACT HITS DURWI FIRH^^ 

KOD«<, FUGUA FLAN PHOTDFINISHING MERGER 

CaORCRAFT-KODAt^: t£AL fCANS BASE IN DURHAM 

CHANGS CCMIW3 FASTER FOR: BURLINGTON INIiJSTOES 

REAL ESTATE COWANY CQNSIIERIfiG MEFIStR KFuP:jSALS 

2 TRIA^a£ AD FIRMS, PHCt€ EXEC'JTIX FCih:.'^ lG^ANY 

N.Y. asfm yiLL el'y c-arclina seojiities lurp. 

SU?eTATES, ACTCN ANWL?CE KEK'GER 

nfiSim FIRM MAY BE SCUi 

LARGEST CHAF-EL HILL REi^TY CCffl^-Y SOLD 

'^INGTras'lllo MILLION FOR AFf ARa DIVISION 
ECONOMIC '87 AWARDS ARE GIVEN „^„^^ 

SStfCZ TO Mi^tCET If^W£DIE-n- IN GLAXO FJCOXT 
N.C. 'FIR-ST IN FLIGHT' AfJD STILL FLYING HIGH 
BU^-INGTON STILL TRYir^G TO PAY [£BT 

iCRIDIAN BUSINESS CA^fl.S 

SEE ALSO [^SEARCH AND DE'.B.OF-MENT PARKS 

^l??^lc^x'i?iLTo Ca^ FO. FIRE STATIf|„^^^^ 
«UFIFf STATION IN ILWHA^ TO BE BUILT, DESPITE Ql£3TI0NS 
f€l€ST OFFICE BUILDING lOP-ENS AT MERIDIAN 
NEC fWRKETUffi OFFICE TO MOVE TO ItRttftM CO. 
PICKETT HOTEL IS ON J}€ RISE 
PIDVETT SUITE HCTa TO OFEfJ SUNDAY 



c 


r s 




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3 


I 


T 


N 


E E 


L 


Y 


P 


D — IiATE — C - 


F-G L P BYL 


H 


2 11/03/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/04/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/04/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/04/1987 D 


5 


N M97 


H 


2 ll/C.4/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/06/1987 C 


1 


N B81 


H 


2 11/07/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 11/12/1987 D 


10 


N 


S 


2 11/12/1987 A 


4 P J 


H 


2 11/13/1987 B 


11 


N 


S 


2 11/18/1987 C 


1 


N IJ82 


H 


2 ll/lS/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 11/19/1987 C 


1 F 


U L41 


H 


2 11/20/1987 B 


11 


N 


S 


2 U/21/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 11/24/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/28/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 11/28/1987 A 


20 


N 


H 


2 12/02/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 12/03/1987 C 


11 


N 


S 


2 12/07/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/08/1987 C 


1 


N L41 


S 


2 12/03/1987 A 


8 


N 


S 


2 12/09/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/13/1967 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/13/1987 D 


13 


N 


H 


2 12/15/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 12/16/1987 D 


8 


M 


H 


2 12/'20/1987 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 12/22/1987 C 


5 


N L41 


H 


2 12.'24/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 12/25/15-87 C 


( 


N 


S 


2 12/26/1987 A 


4 


U 


3 


2 12/26/1987 A 


8 


N U32 


S 


2 12/23/1987 A 


6 


N 


3 


2 12/-31/1987 A 


18 


N 


H 


2 2/01/1987 F 


1 


P P K30 


H 


2 2/14/1987 C 


1 


N A54 


s 


2 2/26/1987 C 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 5/24/1987 F 


1 P P T37 


s 


2 6/01/1987 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 10/18/1937 F 


1 


P P rt66 


H 


2 12/11/1987 B 


9 


N 



MERIDIAN PARK 

SEE MERIDIAN BUSINESS CA^JS 

MERITA BREAD CO. 

ayvERY BREAK-IN CHARGEIi 

.iERRICK-MOOfE SOCa ,^^ „^^^ 

SCHCXS SPENT SGI€ TAX-CASE FIMS 
SCHOX. ATTENDft^«:E LI^€S MAY CHA>C€ 
PUBLIC QUIET ijN SCHtXtL ^C^€ i>!ANGE _„ ^, 

PR-CGR/« Alls F-RE-SC-BCIERS UITH 3F£ECH PROBL£Mij 
BOOK BASH 

iCRRILL, LYNCH, PIER-CE, FeiNER i SMITH .^, . rcu 

F-RUrO^TIAL F-REDICTS nCDERAT^DN f^ILL -^CH STILL ^BUUISH 
STOOBRCKERS CCUi'*SEL WORRIED aiENTS IN fCED OF AS^RAfCE 

ftRRILL LYNCH REALTY/MID-<^rj>NTIC I^C. 
REALTY FIRM SOU TO fCFRILL LYNCH 

(CRRin MILL RCAD „ ^^^ ,.,^,_ 

ffi?RITT MILL R-OAD TO BE CLOSED, ^irS-'£D 
CHAPEL HILL P-UTS HCtSS 'ON SALE' FOR SOME 



H 1 5/17/1987 C 4 N 



6/01/1987 A 

9/04/1987 C 

9/18/1987 C 

10/31/1987 C 

11/21/1987 C 



2 1/04/1987 D 
2 10/26/1987 B 



4/'30/1987 3 
3/15/1987 B 



N S92 
N £92 

N J40 
N S92 
P T37 



10 P U L41 
1 N 



12/02/1987 C 1 P N 



1 N 080 

3 N 030 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 
12,'31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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CARRBORO MERCHANTS SAY TRAFFIC HURTS BUSINESS 

MESSIAH 

TICKETS FOR DUKE 'MESSIAH' 

MESSIAH PRODUCTION SCHEHULEIi AT DUKE 

l€TAL DETECTORS 

METAL DETECTOR TO BE PUT IN MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE 

METALS 
SEE GOLD 

JCTAMOPA (MUSIC GROUP) 

METAMORA Ofa.Y SOUNDS IRISH 

METAMORA FINDING MAINSTREAM ROM ANOTHER SIDE 

METEOROLOGY 

HURRICANE UATCHI 'WE'RE BUILDING DEATH TR:APS,' 1«IL FRANK UARfJS 
METE(M)L06ISTS DESIGN FORECASTS FOR FARMERS 

METEORS 

SEE ALSO ASTRONOMY 
METEK? SHCUER TO PEAK SATURDAY 
METEOR SHOWER IS TONIGHT 
YOUNGSTERS CAN LEARN ABOUT METEORS 
SKYUATCHERS TO HAVE PICK OF THE ijLITTER IN OCTOBER 
METEtK SHOWER IN OCT. COULD BE BEST TO WATCH 
SHOOTING STARS WILL APPEAR IN THE SKY TOMORROW NIGHT 

METHANffl. 

200 PJACUATED NEAR TANKER WR'ECK 

METHIONINE 

SEE ALSO RAYNAUD'S DISEASE 
VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT FOR DUKE STUDY 
DUKE SEEKS VOLUNTEERS FOR RAYTWUD'S DISEASE STUDY 

METW)DIST COLLEGE 

PEOPLE! DUKI DOCTORAL STUDENT WINS FULBRI6HT GRANT 

METHODIST COLLEGE SPORTS 

FA^FARE; COACHING MOVES 

KIEPING CHEER'LEADING SAFEj SCHOOLS STRENGHTEN GUIDELINES... 

METHODIST HOIC FOR CHILDREN 

SHE LOOKS OUT UL'ffiOWS OF ,HER YOUTH 

ICTHODIST RETIREfCNT HOME COMF'LEX 
LEISURELY LUNCHEON 

tCTHODISTS 

SEE ALSO Dure CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
SEE ALSO DUKE MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHUR'CH 
SEE ALSO N.C. UNITED METHODIST CCNFERCCE 
SEE ALSO TRINITY UNITED ."STHODIST CHUR'CH 

METHODIST LAY RALLY IS FEB. 2 

BACK-TO-WESLEY METHODISM 

TWO WIN METHODIST SCHOLARSHIPS 

DUKE PR-OFS: ilETHODISTS SHOULD INCLUDE LAITY IN PLANS 

PROFESSORS' BOOK CAaS FOR RE-EXAMINATION OF METHODIST CHURCH 

BUT WHO'S LISTENING? 

METHODISTS' URONGHEADEDNESS 

THE TRAVELING PAR-SONS 

NEITVCR COLD NOR HOT 

140 METHODIST MINISTERS ARE GIVEN MOVING ORDERS 

MINISTER NOT TO THYSELF 

NEW ORANGE-CHATHAM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IS BEING ORGANIZED 

METHYLETHYL KETONE 

CfCMICAL SPILL 'CORRECTED' 



S I T 

N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



H 3 9/23/1987 C 



N K65 



H 2 10/16/1987 D 11 N 
H 2 10/29/1987 B 4 N 



H 2 12/'22/19-87 C 3 N 



H 2 11/13/1987 D 2 P R mh 
H 2 11/27/1987 D 3 P R 869 



H 2 5/28/1987 A 2 P N 
S 2 9/C8/1987 B 1 N 



H 2 1/01/1987 B 8 N 

S 2 1/03/1987 C 1 N 

S 2 2/16/1987 B 1 P P S27 

H 2 9/30/1987 C 3 D N 

H 2 10/04/1987 D 14 N U30 

S 2 10/20/1987 B IDF S27 



2 11/27/1987 B 



H 1 4/28/1987 B 3 N 
S 2 5/07/1987 B 7 N 



H 2 7/09/1987 B 2 N 



H 2 4/17/1987 C 4 N 
H 2 10/18/1987 E 4 P N 



H 1 10/15/1987 B 1 P N T33 
H 3 11/04/1987 C 1 P P S76 



s 


9 


1/17/1987 A 


6 


P N 


H 


2 


2/07/1987 A 


9 


P N M63 


H 


J^ 


2/25/1987 B 


-7 


N 


S 


n 


4/02/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


9 


4/12/1987 A 


18 


N D80 


H 


9 


4/21/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 




4/27/1937 A 


4 


L 


H 




6/11/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


9 


6/11/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


9 


6/12/1987 A 


9 


N 


S 


T 


11/03/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


11/21/1987 A 


7 


P N 


S 


'^ 


12/19/1987 A 


9 


N B85 



-jj/ijO- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY SUBJECTS 

^-^'"^^ 1/01/1987 - 12/11/1987 



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CFSilCAL IN CREEK IIOTIFIED AS SajJBf\ 

tCTRIC CONSTRUCTION (CHAFtOTTE, N.C.) 
WORK BEGINS ON DUKE HOTEL 

(CTRO-CRESCEVT COHWJNICATIONS, INC. 

MAYOR OF CHAFIOTTE CRITICIZED ON^TV DEAL . 
CAPITOL BR0AICASTIW3 BUYS MtTl^'O-L-FfSCENT 

(CnOTtLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. rrr.^-^^ 

REFART: north CARuLINIANS rIODERATE DRINKER'S 

f€TR«:aiTAN LIFE SOCCER CLASSIC 
SEE ALSO SOCCER 
FAff ARE/SOCCER CLASSIC 

nuke, n.c. state tam soccer wins 

^'iU?l1 ^I^^StSf f.>iili^ hiscue in uin 

WOLFPACK CLAI!« CLASSIC ChCWJ 
DUKE STREAK EMS 

(CXICAN FOOD 

^^ra:TRICH TRADITION IN FOOD UORTH ITS l£IGHT IN i3GLD 

iCXICO 

SEE (!a.SO AEF:GHEXICO AIRLINES 

'^ALe'iGH-DU^Am'"aIRF'ORT may become MEXICO-TCIA-NGLE LINK 
RDU IS ON LIST FOR MEXICO ROUTE 

S^^rS^^ % Wmirt :Su^ 5f ^S AGO TO A POLICE CONVENTION 

MEXICO, ECONOMY 

MEXICO'S FRIDBLEMS A THREAT 

MFYTPTl rTTY 

MEXICAN TROUPE TO PERFORM TONIOHT 

t€XICO/U.S. RELATIONS 

SEE ti-SO FOREIGN RELATIONS 
MR. BYRD DROF-S THE BALL 

MEYERSON/ ALLEN 

SEE MYERSON/ALLEN 

MIAMI^V^ UftNDERERS FOUND ON BliSY STREET '-EARING OftY DIAPERS 
MIAMI BLVD. ROAD WORK A YEAR BEHIND SCHEl!UL£ 
MIAMI BLVD. WORK DELAYED 

MIAMI rOLPHINS 

^AFTER°STINT''AS^Na^REPLACEJ€NT, STANK AVAGE RETURNS HOME 

"^^^jSi^tI^'ex'^cIeS mar hart ALLEGATIONS 

we. too-eager sharks 

miami pro^ct 
see also paralysis 
fanfare: benefit road ^P££ 

MICE 

SEE ALSO RATS 
CAT AND MOUSE 

MICHIGAN ^ , 

SEE ALSO DETMIT. MICHIGAN 
LEGISLATOR TO PROF'CSE COLLEGE TRUST FUND 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — MTE — C -F-G L P BYL 

H 2 12/20/1987 B 12 N 
H 2 11/22/1987 B 1 F N 



H 2 10/17/1987 D 6 P N 
H 2 11/28/1987 A 20 N 



H 2 1/02/1987 B 1 N 



H 2 9/11/1987 B 3 N 

H 2 9/12/1987 D 2 N 

S 2 9/12/1987 B 3 N A76 

H 2 9/13/1987 B 13 N Y55 

H 2 9/14/1987 B 3 P N Y55 

S 2 9/14/1987 D 12 N A76 



H 2 6/11/1987 C 1 D F Zll 



H 2 9/02/19'87 A 1 P N ;i97 

S 2 9/02. 1987 C 1 N ^82 

S 2 10/14/1987 A 4 U 

H 2 ll/01/r?87 C 1 U L57 



H 2 4/20/1987 A 4 E 
H 1 11/13/1987 B 1 N 

H 2 12/14/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 6/01/1987 C 1 N M51 
3 2 12/'14/1987 A 1 N 1482 
H 2 12/15/1987 C 1 N R53 



H 2 10/25/1987 B 5 P N 036 



S 2 5/06/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 5/07/1937 A 4 E 



H 2 4/09/1987 D « N 



H 2 1/15/1987 B 1 P P L38 



H 2 2/07/1987 C 14 . N 



-LX630- 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



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MICHIGAN FUGITIVE CAPTURED AFTER SECOND CHASE IN DURHAM 

MICHIGAN STATE UNIV, 

ALUMNI TO GATHER TO WATCH CLASH OF IRISH, SPARTANS 

MICHIGAN STATE UNIU. SPORTS, LACROSSE 

SPARTANS AfJXIOUS TO PLAY UfC LACROSSE 

TAR hEELS RIP SPARTANS: UNO'S 21-5 WIN SETS UP GAME UITH HOPKINS 

MICKEY MOUSE 

SEE ALSO UALT DISNEY WORLD 
CARTOON FESTIVALS SET 
FRIDAY GUIDE i WHERE TO GO, WHAT TO SEE 

MICR'OCOMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO COMPUTER'S 
DTCC PLANNING 4 COMPUTER COURSES 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER OF N.C. (STATE RESEARCH FACILITY) 
SEE ALSO ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 
RESEARCH CENTER FUNDS ATTFACT N.C. PRCP'OSALS 
SANFORD HEARS NEHiS OF AREA LEADERS 
ELECTW3NICS CENTER ADDS TWO SFUNSORS 
LEGISLATORS WANT RESULTS FROM RESEARCH 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER DRAWS CRITICISM FOR RESEARCH AGENDA 
BIG CHIPS CHASED FOR TRIANGLE 
MARTIN TAKES PROPOSAL FOR SEMATECH TO CALIF. 
TRIAfffiLE SCIDITISTS PRAISE FUNDING FOR SUF'ERCOMFUTEF,' 
MICR'OELECTR'ONICS CEfiTER IS POSSIBLE CHIP IN PROJECT BID 
AIRLINE'S MAGAZINE LAUDS PARK 

CONFEREhCE IN PARK LAYS GROUNDWORK FOR U.S. -JAPAN TALKS 
CLEARING TrE RECORD 

SEMATECH COULD AID MICRflELECTRONICS CENTER 
survey; TRIANaE OFFICE RENTAL RATES LOW 
CONGRESSMEN PLAN HEARING ON TR'AINIf'fG OF WORKER'S 
BI0ELECTR0NIC3 SEMINAR PLANNEIi FOR THURSDAY 
LITERACY ESSENTIAL TO N.C S GROWTH 
NEED FOR COMPUTER 'LITERACY' GROWIhJG, PANEL TOLD 
DURHAM NO. 1 CONTENDER FOR SEMATECH 
18 MICROaECTRONICS FELLOWSHIP'S AWARDED 
RTP IN TOP 3 FOR SEMATECH 
UiC PROF DESIGNING CHIP TO DRIVE CAR 
FORBES ARTiaE TELLS HOW CLAY HAMNER F'UTS DEALS TOGETHER 
MASS. FIRM JOINS PARK'S HICROELECTR-ONICS CENTER 
NORTH PCLE 'COMF'ANY' DELIVERS FR'EE 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER OF N.C, FELLOWSHIPS 
18 MICROELECTRONICS FELLOWSHIPS AWARDED 

MICROELECTKONICS INDUSTRY 

NCSU GETS $4.2 MILLION GRANT FROM NAVY FOR MICR-OELECTRONICS 
N.C, STATE RESEAR'CHER'S HOPE SCORCH-PROOF DEVICE WILL BE HOT ITEM 

MICROFILM 

LAW AIMED AT PRESERVING REF'ORTS 

MICROSCOPES 

SEE ALSO ELECTR'ON MICROSCOPE 
EYE CENTER'S NEW MICROSCOPE GIVES BIG PICTURE 

MICROSOn CORP. 

DURHAM BANK HITS $1 MILLION MARK FOR NET INCOME 

MICROWAVES 

BOB BAKER MAKES BREAD A BEHER WAY! IN MICROWAVE 

MID-ATLANTIC CIRCULATION MANAGERS' ASSOCIATION 

CIRCltATION ASSOCIATION NAMES HERALD'S TACKNEY 
CIROLATION HEAD ELECTED TO OFFICE 

MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 



S I T 
N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P 3YL 

H 2 5/31/1987 C 1 N 



S 2 9/18/1987 A 15 N 



H 2 5/13/1987 D 3 N S13 
H 2 5/14/1987 D 1 P N C68 



s 


•T 


11/26/1987 D 


■J 


N 


H 




12/04/1987 D 


15 P 


I 


S 


2 


1/21/1987 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/14/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 





3/21/1987 C 


1 F 


N L40 


H 


2 


3/22/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


T 


4/18/1987 A 


10 


N 046 


H 


1 


5/19/1987 C 


J 


N 


H 


2 


6/17/1937 A 


1 


N X67 


H 


2 


7/30/1987 B 


1 F 


N 046 


S 


2 


8/19/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


3/21/1987 A 


21 


N 


H 


2 


8/25/1987 B 


6 


N W55 


H 


7 


9/11/1987 C 


3 


N R80 


H 


2 


9/12/1937 A 


T 


N 


H 


2 


9/21/1987 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 


10/31/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


^ 


U/05/1987 C 


7 


N FSO 


H 


2 


11/08/1987 B 


7 


N FflO 


S 


o 


11/09/1987 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 


11/10/1987 C 


3 


N M97 


H 


2 


11/14/1987 A 


1 


N L41 


H 


9 


11/21/1987 C 


12 


N 


S 


o 


11/24/1987 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 


11/28/1987 A 


1 


N Ia)82 


H 


2 


12/06/1987 D 


11 F 


U L41 


S 


2 


12/22/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


7 


12/24/1987 A 


11 F 


U L41 



H 2 11/21/1987 C 12 N 



H 2 2/04/1987 C 3 N 046 
H 2 12/04/1987 A 14 N 



H 



2/25/1987 C 1 P N 046 



H 2 3/05/1987 D 7 N 
H 2 4/02/1987 D 6 U L41 
H 2 7/30/1987 C 1 D F H45 



H 2 10/14/1987 C 14 P N 
S 2 10/14/1987 C 1 P N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1937 - 12.'31/l-y-37 



'OT>€f; SIDE' 



iCAC SUSPENDS SUPERVISOR 

""'■"ESsULllifsAY ^£A.T OF THE CITY m BE REVIVED 

MID-SOUTH INSURANCE COMPAjNY 

MID-SOUTH EARfJINGS PER' SHARE WOP 
EARNINGS DIGEST 

MIDDLE AGES (HISTORICAL FWIOD) 

MEDIEVAL LOVE IS EXPlORfD IN LECTljRE SERIES 
T>E ART OF love: MUSEUM SERIES REVEALS HIliDLE AGEb' 
FOOD SCHOLAR COOKS UP FEASTS FR'OM THE FAST 
♦fCIiIEVAL TRWE' TO BE DISCUSSED DURING COf€ERENCE 

MIDDLE DISTT^ICT COURTS „ , 

SEE JJICES, U.S., MIDDLE DISTRICT 

'^^^M Sl^HILL/CARRBCRO SCTOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 
SEE aJRWiM COUNTY SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOL FLAN 
SEE SOCOLS, U.S., MIDDLE SCHOaS PLAN 

^^^ GROCERY STCB?E IN MIDIIEBURG ROBBED 
MIDIIEBURG MAYOR DRAWS NO OPFWENT 
SIX RUf^NING FOR MIDELEBURG COUNCIL 

'^^^'^^DARfoFFICIALS SAY THERE'S LITTl^ THEY CAN IC ID BLOCK HUSH-RISE COMPLEX H 
DARE ECiwD AICPTS FIRE COIC TO PREVENT COfTOMINIU^S H 



SUBJECTS 




PAGE1254 
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N E 
P D 


—DATE — 


S I T 

E L Y 
C -f'G L P BYL 


H 2 


3/02/1987 B 4 N 



H 2 7/19/1987 F 1 C N 



H 2 8/14/1987 C 5 N 
H 2 11/05/1987 C 5 N 



S 2 5/07/1987 D 7 P N 

H 2 5/03/1987 D 1 P F '46^ 

S 2 10/15/1987 A 6 P F S27 

H 2 11/08/1987 B 9 N 



H 1 5/28/1987 B 1 N 
H 1 3/08/1987 C 2 N 
H 1 10/'31/1987 C 1 N 



MIDLAND TERRACE 

PJO CHARGED AFTHR CHASE ^ 
GRACES VANDALIZED IN PECULIAR MANNER 

' "^^D^^dKE Ss ^'dUM CAREER UITHSHAKESF'EARE CO«EI:Y 
TO a£EP, PERHAPS TO DREAM UP A MODERN APPROACH 
DUNE'S 'DR'EAM' A FIAIN FINE SHOW 
'FOND,' 'DREAM' CLOSE STAGE YEARS 
PLAYMAKERS CREATE A 'DREAM' .„^, ...^ 
MOTION, MISCHIEF MAKE 'MIDSUMiiER' MAPi.tLuUS 
FRIDAY GUIDE, WHERE TO GO, WHAT TO SEE 

MIDWIFERY 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRrn 

SEE ALSO WOMEN'S CLINIC (DURHAM, N.C.) „ 

44-YEAR CAREER IN f^'SING, TEACHING NOT OVER. JUST YET 

CALLERS WANT MIIiWIVES BACK AT CHATHAM HOSPITAL 

MIDWIVES IN DURHAM 

MAYOR AND WIFE BECOME PARENTS 

MIGRAINE 

SEE ALSO HEADACHES 
SEE ALSO PAIN 
RTorcTTiOArK HELP'S EASE MIGRAINES IN CHILX-RB'I 
BIOfIdBACK may HELPCHILD find RaiEF FROM MIGRAINE HEADACHES 

MIGR'ANT WOR^ERS 

SEE <tSO FARM WCKKERS 

^^^^l^h^'fkji'S HAVE IMPACT ON FARMERS 

'E^^fn ^°?F^1S1t E. LEE'S BIRTHI.Y CRITICIZED 

OUTHOUSES WILL BE MAKING COMEBACK ON CAROLIrW FARfc 

MIGR'ANT W3RKER' RULES CCNPJSING TO FARMERS 

SANITATION RULES FGR FIELD 'iCRKER'S COSTLY, OFFICIALS SAY 

MIGRANT WChKER CUT IN ABDOMEN 

MIGRANT LAWS NEED U.S. OK— BR-COKS 



6/17/1987 C 
6/23/1987 C 



2 3/01/1987 C 
2 8/10/1987 B 



2/01/1987 D 
2/19/1987 D 
■2/20/19'87 D 
4/17/1987 D 
4/23/1987 D 
4/24/1987 D 
10/09/1987 D 



2 3/22/1987 C 
2 5/27/1987 C 
2 12/28/1987 A 
2 12/31/1987 C 



8 

9 

3 

14 



F D80 
R >i63 
R W<S6 
F U66 

■ R B71 
R L34 

' I 



12 P N A80 

3 N 

4 L 

1 P N S92 



S 2 7/22./ 1987 C 1 N 
H 2 3/08/1987 B 4 N D80 



H 


O 


2/11/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


T 


3/01/1987 D 


4 


E 


H 


O 


3/05/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


1 


3/24/1987 3 


9 


N 


H 


O 


4/27/ '.987 B 


2 


N 


H 


1 


a/26. :'?37 B 


C 
J 


N 


H 


1 


■'/14,19S7 C 


1 


N 


H 


^ 
iL 


7/13/ 1987 C 


3 


N 



-LX630- 



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i N N U A L 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



BY S U B J E 



2 MIGRANT FARM WORKERS HIT BY CAR, KILLED NEAP: OXFORTi 
MIGRANT WORKER'S' LEGAL AID STIRS U.S., STATE FUSS 
STUDY PR-OBES HEALTH RISKS OF MIGRANTS 

ISOLATION C-AUSES MIGRANT WORKERS' BAD HEALTH. STUDY FINDS 
FIRE SETS BAa\ MIGRANTS' HOPES FOR CITIZENSHIP 
CHRISTMAS TREE GROWER'S HAVE TO HIRE MIGRANTS FOR HAR'V'EST 
MIGRANT UCRKIR BELIEVED VICTIM OF FIRE 
EXECUTION HATE SET IN CHIUi SLAYING CASE 

MIGRATION 

SEE POPULATION, U.S. 

THE MIKADO (OPERETTA) 

FRIIiAY guide: where TO GO, WHAT TO SEE 

'MIKADO' MIGHTY FIf€ 

RALEIGH CAST CARRIES CHEERY 'MIKADO' 

MIKE'S MINI MART (N. MANSJM ST.) 

3 INDICTED ON MURDER CHARI^S 

DOMINO'S PIZZA MANAGER. 26, FATALLY SHOT DURING ROBBERY 

MOTIONS DENIED IN MURDER CASE 

MURDER TR'IAL SET TO BEGIN 

FIRST-ECGREE MURI£R TRIAL BEGINS IN SHOOTING DEATH OF STORE CLERK 

DEATH PENALTY QUESTIONS POSED DURIf«3 JURY SELECTION 

3 JURORS ARE SEATED IN TRIAL 

7 JURORS SEATED 

MAN WITH A KNIFE THREATENS STORE CLERK TALKING ON PHONE 

MISTER TRIAL DEFEf^DANT SAID HE MIGHT COMMIT A ROBBERY 

BROUN FOUNJ) GUILTY IN MINI MART SLAYING 

BROUN CONVICTEIii FACES HEARING FOR SENTENCING 

BROUN DEPICTED AS COCAINE USER 

JURY DELIBERATES BRGUN'S SENTENCE 

DURHAM MAN GETS DEATH SENTaJCE FOR KILLING CONVENIENCE STORE CLERK 

'ICE' BROUN GETS DEATH SE^f^ENCE 

JUDGE STAYS BROUN EXECUTION 

MIKES ON MAIN QUAD 
SEE DEBATE 

MILAN HOODS 

DESPITE ITS PROBLEMS, EXECUTIVES LOVE THE PARK 

HOUSING BOOM HITS EAST DURHAM 

WHO [REAMS UP NAMES OF ICELOPMENTS? 

MILITARY 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, MILITARY 

SEE ALSO GUERRILLA WARFARE 

SEE ALSO MILITARY, AUOL 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL GUARD 

SEE ALSO PENTAGON 

SEE ALSO STAR WAR'S (MILITARY FR'OGRAft) 

SEE ALSO U.S. DEF'T. OF DEFENSE 

SEE ALSO U.S. SPACE COMMAND 

SEE ALSO U.S. SPECIAL FORCES 

SEE ALSO WAR POUERS ACT 

CHURCH'S PRESTIGE SLIPS 

HARVARD PROF UR'GES PEACEFU. DEFBiSE OPTIONS 

STRATEGIST SAYS WEAK MILITARY GUARANTEES WAR 

CONSTRUCTIVE HELP NEEDED 

NATIONAL 'BLACK BUDGET' SHOUUi BE INVESTIGATED 

MILITARY, AWQL 

SEE ALSO DESERTION, MILITARY 
SEE ALSO MILITARY 
NAVY BELIEVES AWOL AR'REST RIGHT THIS TIME 

MILITARY, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO tCFENSE CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL SECURITY 
SEE ALSO U.S., BUDGET 



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H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 7/27/1987 C 
2 8/25/1987 B 
2 9/02/1987 6 
2 9/05/1987 A 
2 9/13/1987 B 

1 11/17/1987 B 

2 12/01/1987 C 
2 12/04/1987 A 


1 N 

5 H 
13 N U80 

3 N 
12 N 

5 P N 

6 N 
16 N 



H 2 9/04/1987 D 
S 2 9/07/1987 A 
H 2 9/11/1987 B 



S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 

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O 

s 

H 
H 
S 
S 

s 

H 
S 
S 



14 



P I 

R U63 
P R L59 



1/06/1987 B 

8/31/1987 B 

9/01/1987 B 

10/19/1987 C 

10/20/l'987 C 



10/20/1987 
2 10/21/1987 C 
2 10/22/1937 C 
2 10/26/1987 A 
2 10/29/1987 B 
2 10/31/1987 C 
2 10/31/1987 A 
2 ll/02/l'987 A 
2 11/03/1987 A 
2 11/04/1987 A 
2 11/04/1987 A 
2 11/05/1987 A 



N T85 
N M51 
N 

N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N B53 
N B53 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
1 P N B53 
1 N E53 
1 P N 353 
1 P N £82 
1 P N B53 
1 P N B53 



5/31/1987 F 1 P N 
8/03/1987 A 1 M N L41 
10/09/1987 A 4 L 



H 


1 


1/18/1987 D 


4 


E 


S 




1/29/1987 A 


i 


N B85 


H 





2/13/ 1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


3/27/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


4/25/1987 A 


4 


E 



H 2 5/09/1987 A 16 N 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX B 
1/01/1987 - 12.'31/1937 



S U B J 



[CFEJJSE'S EXTCA-FlMi REQUEST 'OBSCEfC' IN LIK<T OFJ«l€Lt|S 

lIaGLE SEEKS TO mCUJE PITLK IN SOLVING U^. BUDGET CRISIS 

RELIAHE WEAPONS rICRE '-^tLUmi TO U.S.-SANraD 

NATICf^Ai •PLA^'K KjTGET' SHa'LIi E£ Ir^'EbTIGATED 

SsH^ TO Sa^M yAYsllILITARr SFE?iI.I^ffi ^FECTS CITIES, TOUNS 

Ca^mES SAY .IILIT^Y GETS TOO tiCCH U.S. f«9£Y 

FO^IGN POLICY NOT CIH CaM:iL ISSl£ 

lcx;al NEEie ccr€ first 

CO^ff^ISaN UAS ABSl^ „ 

EDITORIAL CRITICISM AlfO AT 1«CNG T«<GET 

MILITARY, COURTS H/«TIAL . . , ^ 

■^LE^iN^-^t3S'rS ^?^!15ir[Ma<£I. EVIRETT'S RESPECT FOR O^TITUT S 
f^IME CONVICTEB OF T-O SLAYI.'fGS "^ 

U.S. ,1ARIf€ TS'AITOR GETS HILL F-!3II&^*fr 
FAYETTEVILLE MILITARY !€#fiING Dl£ TODAY 

MILITAr;Y, DESERTION 

SEE K^RTIDN, MILHARY 

MILITARY, ERAFT 

SEE MILITARY tSAFT 

MILITARY, HISTORY 

^laTAFlY^isTCRY BLIFF fCAIS CRAf«E AC£fCY 
MUSCJ1 TELLS STORY OF 82ND AIRBCKNE 

MILITARY, PENSIONS 

SEE MILITARY RETIREICNT 

MILIT^Y, RECRUITING 

SEE ALSO MILITARY IRAFT „ „ „. Tr.™-.rrn 

RECR-UITER-S: fCR'TH'S FAfC f«Y t€U^ EM-ISTTefrS 
ROTC F-RCGR:AM Ba!NCI?« BACK _,^,,„ 

Sffl-DIER AT FORT BRAGG TO K IN CGMiChLlAL 
AD FEATWI>JG 82fJIi AIRBGWC SOQilER. ICBUTS TODAY 

"^"■SEf ALSOTOb!«:0, ANTI-SM0KIt«3 CAMPAIGN 

Fra<T ESAGG TO ,>£GOTIATE ON SMOKING POLICY 

MILITARY, SF'CUSES 

OLD MILITARY UAYS WON'T AID RETENTION 

MILITARY AID (TO FOREIGi^ CGUffTRIES) 

TERMIfWTE AID TO CCNTRAS _^_^^„ 
SOVIETS WILL NOT YIELD TOKWCR^Y 
IF CONTRAS DON'T SEEK PPEEDCM, F(H^ THEM 
MOST TAR HEaS OFfCSE CONTRA AID 

SaS'oPF^S ^¥% TO HC-^m•AS IN CC^iMITTEE VOTE 
A RARE SHGU OF U.S. RESOLVE ,,,^,^„ 
PERSKW 3LLF HMD LU:K CHARMS (CARTOON) 

Ce-JTRAL A,'^ERTCAn1=LAN HAS CONTRA AID BAD: ON STAGE 

TMD LEGISLATORS PACK GUARD'S AID IN CENTRAL, SOim AMERICA 

A Cf^yj-EJffiE TO F-FACE 

FILL-OUT *AS SEf-iSIBLE 

SOBBING FOR T>E 'J-PSESSORS 

MIL1T«\Y EASES, INTEF.'JATIOKAL 

^AMERICAN BASES IN AQUINO'S PHILIPPINES 

MILITARY BASES, N.C. 'SEE ALSO VAf€3 OF SFtCIFIC N.C. MILITARY BASES) 
SEE M.SO MILITARY OCEAN TERMINAL 
N.C: BAKERIES FIfO $1 MILLION FOR BID-R'IGGING 
N.C. BASES TO GET CCNSTKUCTIQN FWDS _ ^^^^ 
ONSLOW COLWY LEAIS STATE IN GEHL^ FEDERAL F^S 



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3 
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H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/03/1987 A 
2 1/15/1987 C 

1 4/22/1987 C 

2 4/S/1987 A 
2 7/09/1987 B 
2 7/09/1937 C 
2 7/14/1987 A 
2 9/13/1987 A 
2 9/28/1987 A 
2 12/07/1987 A 


4 L 
3 N 

3 P N 

4 E 

6 N S51 
1 U E85 
4 E 
4 E 
4 L 
4 L 


S 
H 
S 
S 


2 3/18/1987 C 

2 3/04/1987 A 
2 8/26/1987 A 
2 9/21/1987 A 


1 P G U57 
18 N 
4 E 
1 N 



3 2 1/12/1987 C IPS MIO 
H 2 12/25/1987 S 6 P N 



3 2 7/28/1987 B 1 N B35 

S 2 7/28/1987 B 1 N 

H 2 10/'31/1987 B 11 P N 

H 2 12/11/1987 A 13 N 



H 2 6/04/1987 A 15 N 
S 2 12/24/1987 A 4 E 



H 


--) 


2/23/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


'y 


2/'26/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


T 


3/13/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


3/11/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


T 


4/06/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/03/1987 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 


7/24/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


7/24/1987 A 


4 T T 


H 


2 


8/21/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


n 


3/23/1987 A 


13 C N 


H 


-> 


9/10/1987 C 


9 P N 


H 


■■> 


9/30/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


12/'02/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


"7 


12/24/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


'^ 

i. 


2y'04/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/15/1987 A 


1 N 


o 


o 


7/15/1987 C 


3 N 





2 


9/07/1987 A 


7 N 



R56 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1?37 - 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



Y S U B J 



FIGHTER SQUADRON SOUGHT FOR TOP-FLYING N.C. GUARD GROUP 

MILITARY EASES, THEFT 

5 KLANSMEN CHARGED IN MUNITIONS IhWESTIGATION 

HAN IS SEh^TENCED FOR RECEiyiNG C-RATIONS STOLEN FROM FORT BRAGG 

N.C. SOLIUERS CONFINEIi TO QUARTERS 

SOLDIER'S IN ISOLATION QgER' JW MISSING GUNS 

ARMY FINDS TWO MISSING WEAPONS 

THREE SOLDIERS AR£ CHARGED IN GUNS THEFT 

300 SOLDIER'S ARt RELEASED FROM CONFINEMENT TO POST 

PARATROOPER SENTENCED IN GUN THEFT 

GR'EEN BERET SERGEANT UNDER INDICTMENT ON GUN CHARGES 

MILITARY BASES, U.S., SCHOOLS 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S. 
STATE DISTRICTS W^GED FOR MILITARY BASE SCHOOLS 

MILITARY COVERT AID 

SEE ALSO IRAN/CONTRAS AFFAIR 

SEE ALSO TOWER COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO U.S. CONGRESS, SPECIAL INVESTIGATORY COMMITTEE 

THIS ISN'T LIKE WATERGATE 

TfCRE'S NOTHING I'D RATHER DO THAN TELL THE WHOLE STORY... 

MAKE FINDINGS OF'EN 

CRAZY SHIMON'S UEAPONS-0-RAHA SUPER SALE!!! (CARTOON) 

TERRORISM EXPERT! IRAN DEAL WON'T INCREASE RISKS 

WEIR RAPS ARMS DEAL AT CHURCH IN CHAFIOTTE 

2RMS SALE CONTROVERSY SHAPES ELECTION CAST 

VILLIFICATION OF PRESIDENT 

INDICTMD-iT, EMBARRASShBJT 

FORMER GREEN BERET RECALLS BRIEFING NORTH ON ARMS DR:OP 

IRAN-CONTRA AFFAIR IS CALLED MORE 'SERrOUS THAN WATEF:GATE 

OLIVER NORTH SPELLS DEATH IN IRAN/CONTR'A AFFAIR (CARTOON) 

SEN. SANFORD'S VOTE A MOST UNTIMELY ONE 

RONALD REAGAN IN "BUFFOON." (CARTOON) 

HELMS CRITICIZES NETUOR'KS' REPOR'TING OF IRAN ARMS DEAL 

HELMS' HJ^ME MISFIACED 

WATERGATE CONVERSION CHART (CARTOON) 

TCWER COMMISSION GAVE CANDID REF'ORT 

TOWER COMMISSION WATERS REAGAN (CARTOON) 

REAGAN SHOULD RESIGN, SAYS DUKE PROFESSOR 

I^WTTENTION TO DETAILS LED TO IRAN DISASTER 

IF CONTR'AS DON'T SEEK FREEDOM, FORGET THEM 

COVERT AID CRUSHES CONTRA HEADQUARTERS (CARTOON) 

STOCKUELL SEES PRISON FOR NORTH, PQINDEXTER, SECCRD 

DON'T CALL THEM COWBOYS 

NATIONAL 'M-ACK BUDGET' SHOUUi BE INVESTIGATED 

MILITARY DOGS 
SEE ALSO DOGS 
SOUiIER SEEKS MEMORIAL FOR VIETNAM SCOUT DOGS 

MILITARY DRAFT 

SEE ALSO DRAFT RESISTERS 

SEE ALSO MILITARY, RECRUITING 

SEE ALSO MILITARY ENLISTMENTS 

WHAT WE think: DL'RHAM ACADEMY 

HART'S DRAFT ILLOGICAL 

DON'T DRAFT DOCTORS 



MILITARY EMISTMENTS 

SEE ALSO MILITARY DRAFT 
MILITARY SERVICE EXPANDS AN AMERICAN'S 
OLD MILITARY WAYS WON'T AID RETENTION 



HORIZONS 



MILITARY mSPITALS 

SEE ALSO BETHESDA NAVAL HOSPITAL 
SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO MILITARY PHYSICIANS 
MILITARY CHANGING WAY CIVILIAN HOSPITALS PAID 



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10/23/1987 C 


1 


N 046 


H 


n 

£. 


1/09/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


n 


1/10/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


9 


1/13/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/14/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


7 


1/15/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


1/21/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


? 


2/07/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/19/1987 A 


13 


U 


H 


1 


11/1'?/1987 B 


3 


N 



H 2 1/31/1987 A 14 N 





H 


T 


1/11/1987 D 


5 


J 


(CARTOON) 


H 


n 


1/12/1987 A 




T T R56 




H 


2 


1/13/1987 A 




E 




H 


2 


1/13/1987 A 


4 T T C50 




H 


fy 


1/16/1987 B 




P N A54 




S 


1 


1/19/1987 C 




N 




H- 


2 


1/21/1987 A 




E 




H 


2 


1/23/1987 A 




L 




H 


2 


1/25/1987 D 




E 




H 


n 

A 


2/C5/1987 C 




N 




H 


n 

^ 


2/12/1987 D 




N 




H 


2 


2/20/1987 A 




L 




H 


-7 


2/21/1987 A 




E 




H 


2 


2/21/1987 A 




T T C50 




H 


2 


2/24/1987 B 




N 




S 


2 


2/25/1987 A 




E 




H 


2 


2/27/1987 A 




T T R56 




H 


n 


2/28/1987 A 




E 




H 


2 


2/2'8/1987 A 




T T C50 




S 


1 


2/28/1987 A 




P N B85 




3 


2 


2/23/1987 A 




E 




H 


2 


3/13/1987 A 




E 




H 


2 


3/18/1987 A 




T T R56 




H 


2 


3/22/1987 C 




U H49 




H 


2 


4/05/1987 D 


5 


J 




H 


9 


4/25/1987 A 


4 


'l. 



S 2 10/07/1967 A 12 N 



2 2/21/1987 A 7 P F 
2 5/10/1987 D 4 E 
2 5/24/1987 D 4 E 



11/02/1987 A 
12/24/1987 A 



H 2 11/02/1937 A 11 



-a630- 



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ANNUAL I N C E X B 
1/01/1937 - 12/31/1937 



U B 



MILITARY (WCIMRS 

^CRT^BftM TrIpS building AIRSTRIP IN HOffHiWS 

ISs^Se^^ AHACK IN 'SOLID SHiaH' EXERCISE 

N.C. IS IWAIO FOR 'SOLID SHIELD' 

HiniNG Tt£ BEACH ^ 

HARIfCS HIT Ti£ BEACH - ANH WATER ^.^^^^ 

FIRES BELIEVED CAUSED BY rtlLITAK'Y EXERCISE 

iO^ARCH AT CA,if LE^t£ TO FTOTEST U.S. fWCUVERS 

miJlPL HARIOfCTTES 

MILITARY f£WS (CDLLW) _„„ 

TRIANa£ SERVIC-ECN £Ah:N HONORS 
TRIAf^LE SERUICErB^ GET KGMORS 
TRIAfJGLE SER-VICeCN FINISH COURSES 
TRIAfa^ SEF:VICE-e'l GET H»CR ^^^ 

TRIAf«LE SERVICE-S^ GET H»CRS, ASSIS-*1D<TS -..tthmq 

TRlANai 3£RVICE?£N COMPLETE ffiURSES, lCTJCW IUTY STATIONS 
ni5<HAM SErTJICB'CN COfflETE CCUR-ShS, PROHCTEIi 
TOwS-E SER^'ICEfeJ RECEIVE FTOMOTIONS, ASSIGNICNTS 
TRIANGLE SERVICErBJ ■3ET WJTY ASSI&^«CNTS 
TRIA?^a£ SERVICE-EN GET ASSr3f*SNTS, HCt^CRS 
COX F£TIF£S FRt^tl -SEP^'ICE UITIH AyARH 
TRIAMa^ SER^'ICE'CN EARN WNCKS ^.r„r.^ 

mmSJE. SERVIiX^ F£-01IST. PRMTED, I3ET TRAINING 
Di^j^f-AR-EA SER-VICErEN C£T F-RGWJTICtJS 
TRIA,M3LE KR■UICE^EN EARN HGNCRS 

3 FF,OM Rjf'/JAM GRACUATE FRUl HARl^'^ MILITARY ,.^„„^ 

SER-VICErEN FR141 TRI.ANC-LE AFEA RECEIi.£ AbSIb^CKTS, i-'KOMOTIfflfi 

IaN^ISi^ :W^^m::-, AND DECORATIONS 
TRIANGLE :5ER'.'ICE-'B^ GET APpnpJT;;Z,-ri, ^^.U.M0TI0nS 
TRIAi'^ai SERVICEf^EN GPAIIIATE, GET HOfffiftb 

Kl^A^lvfc^iTc^HFlETE TRAINING COU.^ 
a^IHVI SERVICaiAfJ -3ETS SILVER WIMCS 
TRTA^GL£ SER'.'ICE'lELN ^C^iGREIl 

MILITARY fJURSES 

SEE ALSO NURSES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO NURSES, U.S. 
NAVY mSES BIRTHIiAY 

MILITARY OCEWJ TERMINAL 

SEE ALSO MILITARY BASES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO aiNNY PQIKT, N.C. 
C-JM«AND CHANGES AT A(*1'NITI0^^ TERnL-tfa. 

MILITi«Y FWSICIANS 

SEE ALSO MILITAR:Y HOSPITALS 
SEE ALSO FHYSICIANS, U.S. 
DON'T DRAFT DCCTO^ 

MILITARY POLICE 

SEE ALSO FOLI^, N.C. 

'"^ORt'bRAk'mILIT^'Y PaiKMAN IS LlfMB TO EXTORTION, SEX CALLS 
MILITARY FiXICEHAN FACES MORE CHAF:[£3 

MILITARY F£T!F-E)€HT 

SEE ALSO DOL'BLE-DIFflf^ 
SEE AL'SO PE?-!SICN PLANS 



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H 


1 2/'07/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 2y'10/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


1 5/02/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 5/05/1987 C 


1 P 


N 


H 


2 5/06/1987 B 


2 P 


P 


H 


1 5/07/1987 B 


1 P P 


H 


2 5/03/1987 A 


18 


H 


H 


2 5/18/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


1 3/20/1987 B 


1 F 


P 


S 


2 1/09/1987 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 1/20/1987 B 


14 


N 


S 


2 1/21/1987 C 


7 


N 




2 2/11/1987 A 


13 


N 


3 


2 2/12/1987 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 3/11/1987 C 


7 


N 


S 


2 3/13/1987 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 3/26/1987 C 


3 


N 





2 4/11/1987 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 4/18/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 4/24/1987 B 


7 


N 


3 


2 4/29/1987 A 


7 


M 


3 


2 5/13/1987 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 5/16/1987 A 


8 


N 


S 


2 6/06/1987 A 


10 


N 


s 


2 6/11/1987 A 


9 


H 


s 


2 &/2t)/lV'87 A 


11 


N 


3 


2 6/27/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 7/22/1987 C 


3 


N 


s 


2 7/25/1987 A 


10 


N 


s 


2 8/13/1987 A 


14 


N 


3 


2 8/15/1987 A 


7 


N 


3 


2 3/20/1987 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 8/26/1987 C 


9 


N 


S 


2 9/23/1987 C 


4 


N 


3 


2 10/07/1987 A 


3 


N 


3 


2 10/20/1987 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 10/28/1987 A 


15 


N 


s 


2 12,'01/1937 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 12/03/1987 C 


14 


N 


3 


2 12/13/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/15/1987 B 


3 P P 



(SEE ALSO NAi€3 OF SPECIFIC N.C. MILITARY BASES) 



H 2 7/17/1987 A 18 N 



H 2 5/24/1987 D 4 



2 10/17/1987 D 
2 10/22/1987 C 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX B 

1/01/1937 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO RETIREffENT PROGRAMS 
BILL IS ENACTEIi TO RAISE FftlCE OF LIQUOR IN N.C, 

MILITARY SECRETS 
SEE ALSO SECRETS 
SEE ALSO SPIES 
CALLS FOR SECRECY ALARM N.C. ACADEMICS 
LOOK UHO SPILLED THE BEANS 
OOF'S! 
DON'T ABOLISH THE CIA 

MILITARY SURPLUS 

APPEALS COURT RULING FAVORS SURPLUS STORES 

MILITARY TRAINING 

IN ROTC, IT'S GETTKJG TOUGHER TO BE ALL YOU CAN 
MILITARY NEEDS REVIEW OF AVIATION TRAINING 

MILITARY UNIFORMS 

OPTICIAN SEWS WAY INTO SHOW BUSINESS 

TRADITIONAL LEATHER JACKET BACK IN AIRMEN'S WARDROBE 

MILK 

SEE ALSO BORDEN, INC. 

SEE ALSO DAIRY FARMERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL DAIRY PROMOTION AND RESEARCH BOARD 

SEE ALSO YOGURT 

WHY MOM ORICRS SWEET MILK FROM GROCERY STORE 

SHAD BOAT AhJD MIU DRAW STATE SENATE'S AHENTION 

SENATE SAYS CHEERS TO MILK 

LEGISLATURE NAMES MILK OFFICIAL STATE BEVERAGE 

'OFFICIAL' LIST IS TOO L0W3 

N.C. MILK PRICES WILL INCREASE 

MILK PRICES LIKELY RISING 

MILKY WAY 

EVIDENCE FOR UNKNOWN GALACTIC GAS CLOUDS FOUND 
ASTRONOMERS THINK MILKY WAY 18 BILLION YEARS OLB 

MILL CREEK 

NO OYSTER'S AT OYSTER FESTIVAL 
BUT YOU' U LOVE THE BARBECUE 

MILLBROOK HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBAU 

VANCE MISTAKES GIVE EDGE TO MILLBROOK 

NORT}£RN VISITS MILLBROOK IN KNIGHTS' SEASON OF©-IER 

KNIGHTS OPEN SEASON BY TAMING WILDCATS 

KNIGHTS EXPLODE PAST 'CATS 

THEIR FRIENDSHIP AN ANNUAL BATTLE 

KNIGHTS, SPARTANS READY FOR PLAYOFFS 

KNIGHTS HOPING HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF IN PLAYOFFS WITH MILLBROOK 

KNIGHTS PASS MILLBROOK 

KXIGHTS ROMP OVER 'CATS IN FIRST ROUND 

MILLROSE GAMES 
SEE ALSO TRACK 
MCRAE LEADS TAR HEEL TRIO IN MILLROSE 

MILTON ROAD 

1 OAK GROVE PRtlJECT AF'PROiO, 1 DENIED 
MILTON ROAD PLAN TO BE EYED TOMORR'OW 

MILWAUKEE BR'EWERS 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
INDIAN SUMMER DOUSED BY 



•BREW CR£W' START 



MIME 

SEE ALSO TOUCH MIJ€ TRIO 
SPINNING DISC 
MIME SHOW 



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P D — DATE— 



■PG 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



BYL 



H 2 3/14/1987 C 



S 2 7/11/1987 A 12 N 

H 2 7/23/1987 A 4 E 

H 2 8/02/1987 D 4 E 

H 2 8/03/1987 A 4 E 



H 3 6/18/1987 B 1 N 



H 2 7/2-9/1987 A 14 N DSO 
S 2 10/03/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 9/06/1987 C 7 P N 
S 2 11/04/1987 C 6 N 



H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 


2 3/27/1987 A 
2 4/14/1987 C 
2 4/30/1987 C 
2 6/12/1987 A 
2 6/15/1987 A 
2 8/10/1987 B 
2 8/16/1987 A 


4 

3 

8 

21 

4 

16 

14 


L 

N 
N 
N 
E 
U 
N 


S 
H 


2 4/18/1987 B 
2 12/21/1987 A 


1 
13 


N 
N U80 


H 
S 


2 11/06/1987 C 
2 11/07/1987 A 


3 
4 


N 
E 


H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 


2 8/29/1987 D 
2 9/04/1987 C 
2 9/05/1987 D 
2 9/05/1987 B 
2 9/06/1987 B 
2 11/12/1987 B 
2 11/13/1987 C 
2 11/14/1987 D 
2 11/14/1987 B 


3 N D85 

2 N D35 

3 N D85 
3 P N 

8 P N D85 
1 P U G44 
1 P N t«5 

1 P N B67 

2 P U G44 



H 2 1/31/1987 D 1 P N 



S 2 1/13/1987 A 
S 2 3/02/1987 C 



1 N M06 
1 N M06 



H 2 4/23/1987 D 1 U D71 



S 2 1/17/1987 A 
H 2 12/16/1987 C 



5 P P R76 
1 P P T37 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



S U B J E C 



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PA6E1240 
l/:i/S8 

I T 

L Y 
PG L P BYL 



"'"' IS/a^ ™HfLOGY FOCUS OF FESTIVAL AT mi 
MIMI^^kSrD VkCUPE brings I3ADGETRY to rtOICRN E^^NCE 
MIMI GARRARD THROWS LliKT ON THE FimJRE 

MINE SlfEEFtRS 

SEE ALSO MINES (EXPLOSIVE DEVICES) 
F-ENTAOIN PLANNING SUSF'ECT 

MINERAL RESEARCH AND leJO-OPmn CORP. 

OlOSIfWS DREW FUND'S ATTENTION TO STATE 

MINERAL SPRINGS ROAD „,^,^„ 

OAK OWVE HOUSING milS OPPOSED 
RESIDENTIAL RE-JIEU FlAiNNED FOR TREYBURN 

Si^aSfN^'^^nSlo'i^'^ARD BY Ca>«ISSIO^ERS 
VOTE ON SHOPPING CENTER DELjAYED 

MIfCRAL SPRINGS VILLAGE 

f&JSING BOOM HITS EAST DUTWrfl 

MItCS (EXFtOSIVE DEVICES) 
SEE PLSD BOMBS 
SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 
SEE ALSO MINE 3WE£PEF;3 
FtRSI^ GULF (CARTOilN) 

i^?HkRPJE'iRE!!R^An?^Vo,N6.. MINING OUR OUN BUSINESS. 

A WASTED SHIP ^^^^ 

G)B<RILLAS GO FOR nC MINDS 



3 2 9/24/1987 D 3 P N B71 
H 2 10/09/1987 D 9 N 
H 2 10/16/1987 D 3 P R L59 



2 7/29/1987 A 



H 2 2/13/1987 B 3 N R30 



MINI-PARr.:S 

SE hCNDER-SON, 



N.C., PAR-KS 



MINI-SOCIETr' ^ ^„.^r 

SEE DURMAM COJNTY SCHOOLS, 



CURRICULUM 



MINIMUM SECURin PRISONS ^„^,^ 

SEE PRISONS, N.C., MINIMUM SECURITY 

MINIMUM WA« SCALE 

SEE ALSO COST OF LIVING 

SEE ALSO DAVIS-BACON ACT 

SEE ALSO LABOR LAWS ^ ^ 

SEE ALSO SUB-MINIMI^ '*A6E SCALE 

^^^MINIMUM WAGE SHOU.D BE PHASED IN 
DON'T RAISE MINIMUM 
RAISE MINIMUM WAGE 

CCMF^IVE FAULT MEASURE AMENDED, OK'D BY SENATE 
HOUSE APPROVES BIU CN .IINIMUM WAGE ^^^r-rnr- 

FARt;'JOf:KERS' COMPa^SATION BILL KILLH; IN LCmiTTEE 
RAISING ,iINIMUM WAGE DIVIDES N.C. CONGREab^EN 
RAISrrC^ MINIMUM '.AGE WOLO aiMINATE JOBS 
DON'T RAISE MINIMUM WAGE 

^^-Lklls'oil^C^^CPPGSE higher: MINIMUM WAGE 

REPEAL DAVIS-BACCN ACT 

PERSPECTIVE FROM DURHAM HIGH 'SCHuOL 

MINIfftJM WAGE SHCLID BE INCREASED 

S0)€ NEW STATE LAWS WILL TAKE EFFECT JULY 1 

SEE ALSO CHATWiM COAL CO. 
SEE ALSO COAL 
SEE ALSO CCAL MINING 
SEE ALSO GOLD MINE 



(CARTOON) 



2 1/10/1987 A 

2 4/06/1987 A 

2 4/08/1987 C 

2 5/11/1987 C 

2 10/14/1987 C 



1 M N M06 
1 N M06 
1 N M06 
1 N M06 
7 N A54 



H 2 8/03/1987 A 1 M N L41 



H 


"^ 


3/14/19G7 A 


4 T T R-56 


s 


n 


9/22/1987 A 


1 N rK)6 


H 


2 


9/25/1937 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


9 


10/02--1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


12/03/1987 A 


4 E 



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



2/01/1937 D 
3/13/1987 A 
3/17/1987 A 
3/23/1937 A 
3/27/1987 A 
4/02.' 1987 A 
4/17/1987 
4/21/1987 
4/23/1987 
4/26/1987 
4/27/1987 
5/03/1987 
5/20/1987 
5/29/ 1987 
6/16/1937 
6/26/1987 



4 
4 
4 
4 

17 

15 

12 

1 

4 

5 

4 

13 

4 

3 

4 

9 



E 
E 
L 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

J 

L 

U L41 

E 

F 

L 

N 



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



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO RUBIES 

SEE ALSO STRIP MINING 

MINE PERMIT R'ULING FtiSTF'OfCIi 

HEARING SET CN PROPOSED MINE BY TEER CO. IN ORANGE COUNTY 

N.C. FtrePHATE MINING COULD BE PROFITABLE 

MINISTERS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CONTACT DURHAM, INC. (CRISIS INTERyENTION PROGRAM) 

SEE ALSO CATHOLIC PRIESTS 

SEE (4.S0 DURHAM CONGREGATIONS IN ACTION 

SEE ALSO INTERKNOMINATIONAL MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO URBAN MINISTRIES CB^TER 

SEE ALSO UOMEN, MINISTERS 

MINISTER SUES CITY, POLICE FOR IMPROPER GAMBLING ARREST 

CL£RGY RALLY TO [(EFENH LASSITER 

BAPTIST MINISTERS SUPPORT CHIEF LASSITER 

DI^AM MAN LEADS NATIONAL CHURCH GROUP 

CLER-GY PROGRAM SCHEDULED 

140 ^ETHODIST MINISTERS ARE GIVEN MOVIfffi OR'DERS 

STATEMENT AGAINST ,'vKK AND A CALL TO UNIH (AD) 

RELIGIOUS, CIVIC LEADER'S PLAN RAUY AGAI^«T KKK MARtH 

IRISHMAN GOING TO DUKE MEMORIAL 

MINISTERS UR'GE DURHAM CITIZENS TO IGNORE GASY PRIIE MARCH TOMORROW 

GROUP URGES PUBLIC TO IGNCR'E PARADE 

MISCHIEVOUS HUMOR LEAVENS DUKE MINISTER'S DEDICATION 

AT 56, MINISTER SETS OUT ON NEU CAR-EER 

GREY STONE 'HAFfENING' IS SCHEIiULED 

A CHALLENGE TO PEACE 

UE, THE BISHOPS OF THE DIOCESE OF NORTH CAROLINA... (AD) 

WHAT ABOUT THE LEFTISTS? 

MINISTERS, DURHAM, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 

PREAOCR PLEADS GUILTY TO CHARGE; GETS THREE YEARS 

MINISTERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE/ORANGE FWSON MINISTRY 

SEE ALSO CATHOLIC F'RIESTS 

SEE ALSO OXFORD MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO SEMINARY EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, MINISTER'S 

SEE ALSO YOKEFEaOU PRISON MINISTRY OF N.C, INC. 

CFflJRCHES FINDING AIDS DILEMMA A DIFICULT PROBLEM TO DEAL WITH 

CHARLOTTE MINISTER PICKETS GAS STATION 

RACETRACK PR'EACHER FIGHTS NOISE 

nE TRAVaiNG PARSONS 

140 tCTHODIST MINISTERS ARE GIVEf-l MOVING ORIERS 

TWO MINISTER'S ARRESTED AT AXHJLT MOVIE THEATER 

SLfPORT HELP'S MINISTERS AVOID BURNOUT— STUDY 

MINISTER GETS 15-YEAR TERM FOR DEFRAUDING THREE BANKS 

4 MINISTERS DROP SUPF'ORT FOR TV STATION 

MINISTER SPOKE OF'ENLY OF AIDS BEFORE HIS DEATH 

MOURN IVE LOSS 

MINISTERS, N.C, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 

BAKKIR, DORTCH BOOTED FROM MINISTRY 

ROWAN COUNTY MINISTER CHAR'GED WITH KILLING 13-YEAR-CLIi 

PASTOR CONFESSES TO MURDER 

EXPOSUR'E CHARGE AGAINST PR'EACHER DISMISSED 

CHUR'CH OFFICIAL SAYS MINISTER REMOVED AS PASTOR 

INDECENT EXF'OSURE CHAFlGE DISMISSED 

MINISTERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO CATHOLIC PRIESTS 
SEE ALSO UOMEN, MINISTERS 
A DETERRENCE TO AIDS 
'LA^)ONT SANFORD' HAS f€W R'OLE! PREACHER 

MINISTERS, U.S., UNETHICAL CONDUCT 

MAN SAYS SUA6GART PAID 'HUSH MONEY' 
MINISTER NOT TO THYSELF 



-DATE- 



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2 7/31/1987 C 11 N MIO 
2 S/lS/1987 C 1 N MIO 
2 10/17/1987 A 3 N 



H 


o 


2/24/1987 B 


9 


N 382 


H 


9 


3/19/1987 A 


1 


N S51 


H 


n 


3/19/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


7 


5/06/1987 A 


11 


P N 


S 


2 


5/23/1987 C 


O 


N 


H 


2 


6/12/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


n 


6/12/'1987 A 


19 


A 


S 


2 


6/12/1987 C 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 


6/13/1987 A 


7 


N 


S 


9 


6/26/1987 C 


1 


P N H70 


H 


2 


6/27/1987 C 


1 


P N P38 


H 


2 


7/26/1987 A 


20 


P F 


S 


2 


8/11/1987 C 


1 


P U B85 


H 


■T 


9/12/1987 A 


3 


P I 


H 


9 


9/30/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


9 


10/03/1987 A 


6 


A 


H 


2 


10/05/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


o 


5/05/1987 C 


5 


N S82 



H 


9 


2/16/1987 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


4/20/1987 A 


6 


N 


S 


n 


5/27/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


9 


6/11/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/12/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


o 


7/26/1987 A 


19 


N 


H 


2 


8/30/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


9 


9/13/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


n 


9/24/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


9 


9/27/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


10/02/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


9 


5/07/1987 A 


1 


' N 


H 


9 


8/07/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


9 


3/09/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


1 


9/24/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


11/11/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


12/10/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


9 


2/10/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


9 


7/29/1987 B 


1 f 


' N W55 


H 


2 


4/15/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


11/03/1987 A 


4 


E 



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



Y SUBJECTS 



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HIWCAPOLIS, HINNESOTA 

COLUWIST RECAUS mm. 



WINTERS 



'^^'"^REF'UBLIWN UILL SEEK' ELECTION TO AffEALS COURT 

MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CAFE, MINORITIES 

si AL^ L^DERlHIP^EaJCATIDN. m DP.aCft«^JT PRtffiRAM IN BUSIfCSS INC. 
CONFERTSCE SET ON 'MINORITIES' FEALTH 
RFDRGIA MARTH WAS AFfROFRIATE STATEMDJT 
U^ MINORITIES mJE SLOULY INTO TEXTILE rtANAGEME;f 
COMY EXFIORES AliCPTING MINORITY EUSIfESS GRDI^(AiCE 
COUNTY SEEKS STATE OK FOR MINORITY-«CRt( LAW 
COUNTY SHC'LUiN'T COPY CITY PI^HASING P-CLICY 
COWe^m COLLEGE MINORITIES DR-QF' 
HJSI^£SS QUOTAS UOLU COST TAXF'AYEFS 
SEMINAR TO FOCUS ON MHWRITIES ^^„,„ 
LEADERSHIP SEMIN.AR FOCUSES ON MIfWRITIES 

^T^^OFFERI^COtf'UTERIZED N.C. CONTRACT DATA 
HAYTI GETS GRAf^ FOR LOU-INC-OME HOUSI^JG ^^,^,^^^^ 
4 MAYCm. CANDIDATES SPLIT ON CITY'S MUBE ORHINANCE 
MINORITY ORDIfWCE l>f AIR TO TAXF'AYERS 
CONSTITUTION EXCUDED MINORITIES 

Effi^KSoEfTlif'cIE^ATfoN .IPH LOCAL BLACK BUSINESS... 

CLEARING Tt£ RECORH 

COMMl^ITY TUTORIAL FF!OGRAM AF'PROVED 

DOT UARtO TO HIRE MORE MINORITIES 

MINORITIES ADMISSION f^OGf^.^^Tn.,^ 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES, U.S., ADMISSIONS 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL EDUCATION .^.„^ 

M ALM UNIV. OF N.C, MINORITY ADMISSIOt.'S ^^^^^^ 

M Wl^ md. ^ N.C.-CHAPa HILL, MINORITY ADMISSIONS 
UNC^S BLACK D^-OLLMENT SHC^TFAa UNDEFSTANDAILE 
UNC COUJ INCREASE BLACK Ef^CLU'CNT 
^eC'S UNC STU1£NTS CAN START BEHIfJD, FINISH AHEAD 
UtC AGC-RtSSIVE IN MINORITY RECRUITMENT 
LYONS CITES LOCAL F-OLITICIANS FOR RESIGNATION , 

gi.5°A^f H^l ^I^^^lSo^llLITY IS KEEFING ^ IN^SCHOOL 

WC TO UAIVE^QUIREMENT: SC^ minimum ADMISSICM STAfiDARDS LOUERfD.. 

MINORITY STUDENTS TO MEET FOR PROGRAM 

DAVIDSON FIl'OGRAM SEEKS 'DIAMONDS IN THE POLiW 

ECU ALTERING REQUIR-EMINTS IN EFFORT TO ATTRACT BLACKS 

atcK B«GLU€NT DECLINES SLIGhUY IN UNC SCKCO-S 

Sc OFFKIAlfBLACK ENROLb'CfJT DEC'^NE COULD HAVE BEEiS WORSE 

MINORITY BlJSIfESS AWARQfiSS WEEK 

SEE ALSO BL^CK-OltNED EUSINESSts „_^„ ^. 
DHS STUDENTS URGED TO 'UOFK FOR YOURSELF' 

MINORITY BUSINESS ICVaOPMENT AGENCY 
SEE ALSO BLACK-QUNEIi EliSIfCSSES 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, IllRHAM 
SEE ALSO M.IRKAM BUSINE'^S AND PR13FESSI0NA1_ i^HAIN 

SF'ECIAL WEEK aiu: Vbs ON MKCRITY BUSI.NESS PEOP'^ 

DURHAM BANK OFFICER HONORED 

dK banker GETS NATIONS BUS INE^ HONOR 

MIt«RITY-BUSI^€S3 TACK EA,R:NS BA?fl\ CHIEF U.S. AWARD 

CLEARING THE RECORD „ ^ 

HAYTI BUSINESSES MAY GET CITY LOANS 

MINORin BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 



S 2 2/-23/1987 A 5 J R53 



H 2 12/15/1987 C 14 N 



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



2/17/1987 D 
2/18/19S7 A 
3/05/1987 A 
3/27/1987 A 
3/31/1987 C 
4/02/1987 A 
4/07/1987 A 
4/13/1987 A 
5/31/1987 E 
6/02/1987 B 
6/19/1987 A 
6/25/1987 D 
3/01/1987 A 
3/27/1987 B 
8/"30/1987 D 
9/25/1987 A 
10/06/1987 C 
10/11/1987 D 
10/15/1987 A 
10/20/1987 C 
10/31/1987 C 



N 

I 

N 

N M06 
N M06 
E 
N 
L 
N 
N 

N R53 
■ U L41 
N 

N S51 
E 
L 

N BIO 
10 P N L41 
N 

N BIO 
N 



1 

17 
6 
3 
1 
4 
4 
1 



9/20/1987 D 
9/24/1987 B 
9/2A/1987 A 
10/06/1987 C 
10/15/1987 A 
10/29/1987 A 



10 
9 
1 



U L41 
N 
N 

N y82 
N 
N H70 



H 


9 


1/04/1987 D 


4 


E 


H 





1/12/1937 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


1/25/1987 B 


4 F 


N U80 


H 


o 


^'03/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


o 


3/17/1987 C 


4 


N 


b 




3/19/1987 A 


4 


L , 


H 


2 


5/08/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


o 


5/r2/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


T 


5/25/ 19S7 A 


1 


N ,-(36 


H 


3 


7/09/1987 B 


1 F 


N L90 


H 


2 


7/13/1987 A 


12 


N teo 


S 


9 


3/03/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


o 


10/11/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


9 


11/14/1987 C 


1 


N L90 


H 


2 


12/'31/1987 B 


1 


N L90 


3 


2 


10/03/1987 B 


1 


N 392 



A 



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1/01/1937 



INDEX E 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 
SEE ALSO BLAQx-OUNED BUSIfESSES 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, lajRHAM 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, SHAU 

BUY CHEAF'ER AT HOME 

INSIDE 

4 MAYORAL CANXHIiATES SFtIT ON CITY'S MWBE ORDINANCE 

DRAFT LAU URGES HINORITY SPDffilNG 

CANDIDATES SPLIT ON COUNCIL RAISE 

MINORITY ORDINANCE UNFAIR TO TAXPAYERS 

JERVIS SAYS CITY CONTRACTS C-OING TO OUTSIDERS 

ATTACKS ON MINiORITY ORDINAfCE UNFAIR 

DUR'HAM'S QUOTA LAW liNFAIR TO TAXPAYER:SI (AD) 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME COULD TEACH CITY HALL 

DHS STUDENTS URGED TO 'WORK FOR YOURSELF' 

AUTO DEALERS ARE FOR EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 

MINORITIES DON'T BID ON CITY VEHICLES 

TARBORO FIRM WANTED TO DUCK CAR BID FUROR 

CITY OFFICIALS SAY MEDIA FtJUERFUL, BUT LACK ICF'TH 

MINORITY SPENDING UIEWS TO BE AIRED 

DON'T FORGET TAXPAYERS IN PURCHASING POLICIES 

COUNTY AFfROVES MINORITY POLICY 

COUNTY TO REUIEU 'USER FEES, ' BUT DIVIDED ON STUDY CONTRACT 

MUBE ORDINANCES RARELY SPUR SUCCESSES 

COJNTY'S ORDINANCE WILL COST MONEY 

MINORITY CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OUNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO CAPaiNAS MINORITY SUPfLIER DEVELOPMENT CCUfCILS 

SEE ALSO DAVIS-BACON ACT 

SEE ALSO FHiERAL CONTRACTS 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY BUSINESSES 

PANEL SEEKS EQUALITY IN SCHOOL CONTRACTS 

cm SCHOOL BOARD OKS AFIRMATIVE-ACTION PLAN 

BLACK CAUCUS PLAiMS SESSION ON CONTRlACTS 

WINSTON-SALEM WANTS QUOTAS ON CONTRACTS 

MINORITY RACISM 

MINORITY RULE FORCES CITY TO BUY CARS OUT OF TOWN 

MINORin ORDINANCE IN NEED OF REVISION 

INSIie 

CITY SHOULD REVISE MINORITY ORDINANCE 

mm OUT THE COUNCIL 

WHITE MEN STILL BOSS IN N.C. INDUSTRIES 

OFFICIALS EXPLAIN TARBORO CAR DEALER CHOICE 

MINORITY WOMEN'S RULING HIDES NEW TAX 

COUNTY EXPLORES ADOPTING MINORITY BUSINESS ORDINANCE 

COMMISSIONER'S WANT TO USE RACE, SEX IN CONTRACT AWARDS 

CITY-BOUGHT VEHICLES OVERDUE FOR DELIVERY 

INSIDE 

CITY SHOULIW'T PAY MORE TO LOCAL FIRMS 

COUNCIL POLICY IfJSULT TO LOCAL DEALERS 

CITY WORKS ON ITS OWN NEW CARS 

bond; MIfJCRITY FIRM LAU TO BE DRAFTEIi 

CHATHAM BOAR'D TO PRESS STATE TO IriPROUE 15-501 

4 MAYORAL CANDIDATES SFIIT ON CITY'S MWBE ORDINANCE 

DRAFT LAW URGES MINORITY SFEN.DING 

INSIDE 

MINORITY ORDINANCE Uf4FAIR TO TAXPAYERS 

WHAT ARE THE COSTS OF MINORITY ORDINANCE? 

SUCCESS AND LITIGATION 

AHACKS ON MIfWRITY ORDINANCE UNFAIR 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME COULD TEACH CIH HALL 

GU.LEY, JENKINS ARE FORWARD THINKIfffi 

GROUP SEEKS MINORITY BUSINESSES 

AUTO DEALERS ARE FOR EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 

MINORITIES DON'T BID ON CITY VEHICLES 

TARBORO FIRM UANTEi TO DUCt; CAR BID njR-QR 

MINORITY SPENDING VIEWS TO BE AIRED 

BELL, BOND DIFFER ON PLAN FOR MINORITY CONTR'ACTS 



S I T 
N E ELY 
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s 


2 3/28/1987 A 4 


s 


2 5/16/1987 C 1 


H 


2 8/27/1987 B 1 


S 


2 8/23/1987 A 1 


s 


2 3/23/1987 C 1 


H 


2 3/30/1987 D 4 


H 


2 9/10/1987 B 1 


H 


2 9/14/1937 A 4 


H 


2 9/25/1937 A 10 


H 


2 9/28/1987 A 4 


3 


2 10/03/1987 B 1 


H 


2 10/13/1937 A 4 


s 


2 11/21/1987 A 1 


S 


2 11/23/1987 A 1 


S 


2 11/24/1987 C 1 


s 


2 12/04/1987 A 1 


H 


2 12/14/1937 A 4 


S 


2 12/15/1987 A 1 


S 


2 12/16/1987 A 1 


S 


2 12/16/1987 A 4 


H 


2 12/30/1987 A 4 



H 
S 

O 

H 
H 

n 
O 

s 
s 

H 
H 
H 
3 
H 
S 
H 
S 
3 
H 

H 

o 

S 
H 
H 
3 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 

O 

s 



2 1/13/1987 B 
2 1/13/1987 C 
2 1/22/1987 C 
2 1/30/1987 
2 2/12/1987 
2 2/25/1987 
2 2/26/1987 
2 2/28/1987 
2 3/01/1987 
2 3/03/1987 
2 3/05/1987 
2 3/06/1987 
2 3/09/1987 
2 3/27/1987 
2 3/31/1987 C 
2 5/12/1987 A 
2 5/16/1987 
2 5/26/1987 
2 5/26/1987 
2 6/11/1987 

2 6/22,'19S7 

3 3/04/1987 S 
2 8/27/19S7 B 
2 S/23/1937 A 
2 3/29/1987 C 
2 8/30/1967 D 
2 9/06/1987 D 
2 9/06/1987 

2 9/14/1987 
2 9/28/1987 
2 9/30/1987 
2 10/08/1987 
2 10/13/1987 
2 11/21/1937 
2 11/23/1987 
2 12/04/1987 
2 12/'10/1987 



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HEARING SET ON CQUIfTt MINORITY BUSINESS FUNtS 

BOARD TO flULL TREYEWN HOUSI^JG, Mlf^RITY PA-CTS 

DON'T FORGCT TAXPAYERS IN PURCHASING POLICIES 

m^HAd COrORDINWCE WILL HELP MINORITIES COMPETE FOR BUSINESS 

OM^ITY AFPRWES MINORITY FIDLICY „^^^^,^^,^^ 

COUNTY SHOULD ASSESS THE .:XSTS OF ORDINANCE 

HOME OF THE FREE LUNCH 

A DISCRIMINATING QLiOTA 

COJNTY'S ORDINANCE WILL COST MONEY 

CORRECTING PAST DISCRIMINATION 

MINORITY VOTERS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, UOTER REGISTRATION 
GRAWILLE AND VANCE SUED OVER ELECTION^ ^ ^^ „■,,... 

V^E FRANKLIN ELECTION CHANGES IWOLVEIi IN SUIT ARE CALLED FflUTINE 
surf OVER OTOOL BOARD ELECTIONS IN GRANVILLE CALLED UNNECESSARY 
LAUSUIT CHALLENGES METHOD OF DUNN COUNCIL ELECTIONS 
BLACK ASHEBORQ CANDIDATES FEU 
JUIK3E DECLINES TO DELAY ELECTIONS 
43X OF DURHAM VOTER'S UAUER ON MAYOR'S RACE 
INDECISION, APATHY HAUNT MAYOR'S RACE „^^^ 
MOST WHITES WON'T VOTE FOR BLACK OFFICE SEEKER'S 
LIMITHi VOTING PLAN SUBMITTED FOR GRANVILLE 
CHANGE SOUGHT IN ELECTIOf^ OF CUMBERtAND COUNTY BOARD 
GRANVILLE ELECTION FIAN GETS 'PRE-CLEARAiCE' 

MINORITY UOt€N BUSINESS ENTERPRISE 

'^^BEUlf BOND^IFFER^OpPLAN FOR MINORITY CONTRACTS 
DURHAM HIRES FIRM TO PLAN 'IfCUBATOR' 

MINOXIDIL 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 
NEU DRUG MAY RAISE MORE HOPE THAN HAIR 
RESEARCfERS STUDY FEMALE BAUiNESS 

MIRACLE LEGION (MUSIC GROUP) 

legion: POP UITH DARK TUIST _^ ^ 
'i^, SUPERHARP' COHON REDEEMS HIMSELF 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN'S MIRACLE NETWORK TELETHON 
AN ASTOUNDING EVENT 
BLESSED EVENTS 

MIRANDA DECISION ^ _,,^, 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SUSFtCT'S RIbHTb 
SEE ALSO F1?EVENTIVE DETENTION 

MIRANDA PROTECTION SHOULD BE LEFT ALO^E 

PRESUMED IfJNCCEtJCE MUST BE KEF'T STRONG 

REVIEW MIRANDA RULING 

EXUM SAYS RIGHTS MUST BE PROTECTED 

BUZZ WORDS (CARTOON) 

MIRROR ENSEMBLE 

SEE ALSO TriEATEPS, DURHAM 
THIRD THEATER GROUP TO MAKI '87 I£BUT IN DURttAM 
THE MIRROR ENSEMBLE OFFERS SOME REFLECTIONS 
MIRROR TROUP-E DEBUTS UITH SKILL IN HEAVY GOING 

MIRR'ORS 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA MIRROR CO. 

^^^M^hK?K^S?\STIONS FOR MIRROR MAKERS 

MISS AiCRICA ,^_,., 

MISS AMERICA '84 IS GRAND MARSHAL 
U.S. PROUD MISS AMERICA TELLS DRESS COST 

MISS BLACK AMERICA 



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2 12/12/1987 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 12/13/1987 B 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 12/14/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 12/'15/1987 A 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 1-2/15/1987 A 


1 


N n06 


H 


2 12/16/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 12/22/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 12/24/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 12/30/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 12/31/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


1 1/17/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 4/03/1987 C 


1 


N 380 


H 


2 5/02/1987 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 6/04/1987 B 


O 


N 


H 


2 8/23/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 9/14/1987 A 


13 


N 


S 


2 10/01/1987 A 


1 


C N 392 


S 


2 10/02/1987 C 


1 


C N H70 


S 


2 10/07/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


1 12/16/1987 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 12/16/1987 C 


n 


N 


H 


1 12/23/1987 C 


1 


N T33 


S 


2 12/10/1987 A 


1 


P N M06 


S 


2 12/22/1987 A 


1 


P N H70 


S 


2 4/15/1987 A 


15 


U 


S 


2 6/01/1987 C 


1 


N B85 



1 



H 2 12/'15/1987 A 13 P R L37 
H 2 12/25/1987 D 7 P R L37 



H 2 3/30/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 5/24/1987 D 4 E 



1/26/1987 A 
1/28/1987 A 
1/29/1987 A 
1/29/1987 A 
2/09/1987 A 



4 E 
4 E 
4 L 
15 P N 
4 T T 



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2 9/22/1987 C 5 P U W66 
2 ll/i2y'1987 D 2 P F B71 
2 11/13/1987 D 12 R W66 



H 2 4/20/1987 A 13 N 



H 2 10/31/1987 BUN 
H 2 11/15/1987 B 4 N 



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SUBJECTS 



DURHAM yOHAN NAfiEIi PRODUCER OF PAGEANT 

HISS DURHAM HIGH SCHOOL 

MISS DHS '37-88 REIGNS SUPRE.1E 

MISS DURHAM PAGEANT 

DURHAM PAGEANT GETS SPONSOR 

PAGEANT SAyED 

UlC SEJJIOR WINS INAUGURAL MISS IllRHAM-ORANGE PAGEANT 

MISS DURHAM SCHOLARSHIP PAGEANT 
SEE MISS DURHAM PAGEANT 

MISS DURHAM/ORANGE COUNTY PAGEANT 
SEE ALSO BEAUTY CONTESTS 
DURHAM PAGEANT GETS SPONSOR 
PAGEANT SAVED 
DURHAM BEAUTIES 

UNC SENIOR BECOMES MISS DURHAM-ORANGE 
UNC SENI13R' WINS INAUGURAL MISS DURHAM-ORANGE PAGEANT 
MISS DURHAM-ORANGE COUNTY ACCEPTS CHALLENGE OF PAGEANT 

MISS GREATER DURHAM PAGEANT 
SEE MISS DURHAM PAGEANT 

MISS JU.IE (PLAY) 

NCCU'S 'MISS JULIE' DARI^JG 

'JULIE'S' BRUCE BUTLER ONE WORKING ACTOR IN ^0 Y!M' CITY 

FARCE A BAD FIT FOR NCCU'S 'JLLIE' 

THE MIRROR ENSEMBLE OFFERS SOME REFLECTIONS 

MIR'RGR TROUPE DEBUTS WITH SKILL IN HEAVY GOING 

MISS N.C. PAGEANT 

SEE ALSO N.C. JAYCEES 
REHEARSALS BEGIN FOR 50TH MISS N.C. 
MISS N.C. PAGEANT COMPETITION BEGINS 
MISS DURHAM-ORANGE COUNTY ACCEFTS CHALLENGE OF PAGEANT 
MISS GARNER IS DOUBLE WINNER 
MISS N.C. SAYS AGE GAVE HER EDGE 
BEAUTY AND THE BEACH; MISS NORTH CAROLINA READY FOR PAGEANT... 

MISS N.C. NATIONAL TEEN-AGER PAGEANT 
SEE TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 

MISS TEEN-AGE DURHAM/ORANGE/WAKE CONTEST 
SEE TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 

MISSILES 

SEE ALSO MX MISSILES 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION, MISSILES 

SEE ALSO STAR WARS (MILITARY PROGRAM) 

SEE ALSO TOW MISSILES 

MISSILE RECOVERED 

SANFORD URGES CAREPJL ACTION 

DURHAM NATIVE SON STATIONED ABOARD FRIGATE 

WHAT'S OUR ASSIGiNMENT IN THE FEF:SIAN GULF, AGAIN? (CARTOON) 

DURHAM NATIVE SURVIVES ATTACK 

WILMINGTON RECALLS US3 STAK'K 

WHY DIDN'T CREW DEFEND THE FRIGATE? 

ALAMANCE FAMILY TOLD MAN SURVIVED ATTACK ON 'STARK' 

MISSILES DON'T MEAN SAFETY 

UNC POLITICAL SCIENTISTS ASSESS BAN 

SENATORS WELCOME PACT 

DUKE RtSEARCHER LINKS SLOWDOWN OF WAR IN AFGHANISTAN TO...MISSILFS 

THE N.C. LOU-LEVa HAZARDOUS WASTE DUMP? YOU CAN'T MISS IT! (CARTOON) 

MISSING AIRFtANES 

SEE AIRPLANES, MISSING 

MISSING CHILDREN 



S 
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10/23/1987 A 3 P U 



S 2 1/15/1987 C 
H 2 2/' 16/ 1987 A 
H 2 2/23/1937 B 



1 N IJ82 
4 E 
1 P N S80 



s 


2 


1/15/1987 C 


1 N W82 


H 


2 


2/16/1987 A 


4 E 


s 


9 


2/16/1987 C 


3 P P R76 


3 


2 


2/23/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


2.'23/1987 B 


1 P N S80 


H 


2 


6/19/1987 C 


6 P N B12 



S 
H 
H 
S 
H 


2 

n 

2 
2 


2/26/1987 D 

2/27/1987 D 

2/27/1987 D 

11/1Z''1987 D 

11/13/1987 D 


4 P R :i6Z 

5 P F U66 

6 R L59 
2 P F B71 

12 R U66 


S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 


2 

o 

2 


6/16/1987 C 
6/17/1937 B 
6/19/1987 C 
6/20/1987 C 
6/22/1987 B 
9/07/1987 A 


3 N 
3 N 
6 P N E12 
2 N 
1 P N 
6 P F H45 



H 


o 


3/21/1987 C 


9 


N 


S 


2 


5/18/1987 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


a 


5/19/1937 A 


1 


N W36 


H 


? 


5/19/1987 A 


4 


T T C50 


S 


9 


5/19/1987 A 


1 


P N M06 


S 


2 


5/19/1987 A 




N 


H 


9 


5/20/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


5/21/1987 A 


23 


N 


H 


9 


8/31/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


9 


9/19/1987 A 


1 


M N W27 


H 


9 


9/19/1937 A 


2 


N 


S 


n 


9/23/1987 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


10/07/1987 A 


4 


T T R56 



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<?FF ALSO CHILIi IDENTIFICATION PROGRAMS 

si AL^ NATIONAL CENTER FOR HISSING ANIi EXFtOITED OHILDREN 

SEE ALSO F'ROTECT-A-i:HILn 

?5iT^'g^l^'*P S^ytSkcfrOR ARMY RE-EfLISTMENT RESEARCH 

Nl^!^IRL^ISsii^FCR"loSEARS IS REUNITED WITH HER flOTHER 

HISSING CHILD, 3, FiXIND SAFE 

MISSING CHILD IS FOUND 

MISCONCEFTIONS ON PORNQGRAFW 

CHILD FOUND 

BODY OF MISSING GIRL FOUND IN LAKE 

MISSING N.C. CHIUi SOUGHT 

SEARCHERS FIND 3-YEAR-QLD rtOFCANTON GIRL HEAD 

STEFtfflTHER- THAfJKS SEARCHER-S AFTER' 3-YEAR-CLD FOUND i.m! 

CHILD FWITECTIDN PROGR:AM 

15-YEAR-OLD GIRL FOUND DEAD IN S.C. 

DOGS KEEP BOY WARM 

JAILED UOMA^^'S [lAUGHTER FOUND ^ ^ ,,^,„ 

HOUND [flO APPAREhffl-Y KIPT LOST BOY WARM DURLN6 NIGHT 

BODY OF MISSI^JG CHILH FOUND IN BOAT BASIN 

RTI SEES CHANGES ON MISSIW CHILDRtN 

"^^^^SOMe'^FAMILIES OF MIAS GRWOING MORE MILITANT 

GTOUP OFFERING MIA-POU RE'JARD ADMITS GO^ERNrENT DISLIKES DEAL 

POU-MIA FLAG RAISED AT STAlE CAPITOL 

WE LOOK BACK ON UIET>«M BECAUSE UE fJE'^ER: Bt-'W^ IT 

uTs. DISTRICT JUDGE RULES LAWSUIT ON FtJUS HAS MERIT 

RFMAINSF^-OM SOUTHEAST ASIA MAY NOT BE WOMAN'S HUSBAND ^.,-. ,, 

GFCLTHOf-ES TO uyjNCH BALLOON FlEA FROM THAILA.ND FOR MISSIfSG «:|KIcAnS 

GrSjP CONTENTS IT HAS F^COF U.S. SERVICDEN IMPRISONED IN E. LAOTIAN... 

MTA DEBATE LACKIf-IG EVIDQJCE EITHER UAY 

P^Tis ON REUARIfi FOR PCWS 10 K FLOATED INTO LAOS 

U.S. F-CU FAMILY MEMBER'S DCN'THAVE ANY FflbE HOPEb 

GROiP TO RELEASE BALLOONS OFFERING PCU REUAhf. ^ 

STATE DEF'ARTMENT CRITICIZES BALLOON OFFERS FOR ROUS 

MIA RELATIVES SEND BALLOONS DOWN MEKONG 

MIA/FW CEREMONY FlAf^NED TODAY 

GROUP HOF'ES TO BROADCAST i3FFERS OF REUAkD FOR MIAS 

Dm«E SECRETARY CRITICIZES PRIVATE EFFORTS ON MlAS 

'Tier DID WHAT TfCY HAD TO M,' EX-F-OU SAYS OF MISSING SOLDIEKb 

'TIGER CAGE' USED AS PART OF N.C. FflU-MIA BAY 

UFEOF PRISONER OF WAR' SFtAKS AT VETERA'6'^EVENT 

RETIrSi MaS SAYS HE HAS EVneCE OF AMERICAN POUS 

MANY FATHERS AND SONS ARE STILL MISSING 

CW^DLES TO BURN FOR U.S. SOLDIERS MISSING IN ASIA 

MISSING PERSOhJS, DURHAM 
MISSING WOMAN SEAFlCH 
WORLD WAR II VET SOUGHT 
OFFICIALS SEARCH FALLS LAIvt 
RESCUERS FIND LOST BOATERS 
3 FISHERMEN FOUND SAFE IN i3ASLESS BOAT 
IffllATE: EF'ISODE LIKE 'TWILIGHT ZONE^ .^^.^^ 
'LOST' PRISONER SHCiUS f€EIi FQk BETTER RECORIS 
POLICE SEEK MISSING LANCASTER STREET MAN 

MISSING F'ERSONS, N.C. 

^ FO^t'bRAGG MURDER' PROBE STEPPED UP 
HUNTER FOUND DEAD, 2 STILL MISSING 
SEARCH SUSPENDED FOR V^Q MISSING MEN 
MISSING MAN'S BODY FOUfJD 
SKIALSEoklTY COMPUTER SOLVES MYSTERY 
COMF-UTER SOLVES FLA. PUZZLE, EivDS YEAR OF WORRY IN N.C. 
mDY OF ,MAN WW WANDERED ^OM RALEIGH REST HOME FOUND 
C0AST°Gu2rD C^LSOFF SEARCH ™ THREE MISSING FISHERMEN 
SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MAN WHO !-EFT RETIREMENT HOME 
SEARCH IS CONTIffUED FOR MISSIfJG WOMAN 



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2 1/19/1987 A 1 


N B85 


H 


2 1/20/1987 B 4 


N 


S 


2 1/23/1987 A 3 P N 


H 


2 '2/14/1987 A 12 P 


N 


H 


2 3/18/1987 B 3 


N 


S 


2 3/18/l'?87 C 2 


N 


H 


2 3/26/1987 A 4 


L 


S 


2 5/23/1987 C 8 


N 


H 


2 5/30/1987 C 4 


N 


S 


2 6/25/1987 A 1 


N 


H 


2 6/26/1987 A 17 


N 


H 


2 6/27/1987 D 4 


N 


H 


2 3/17/1987 A 4 


L 


H 


2 9/03/1987 D 5 


N 


H 


2 9/-23/1987 C 10 


N 


H 


2 10/04/1987 C 1 


N 


H 


2 11/24/1987 D 4 


N 


H 


2 12/'04/1987 B 3 


N 


S 


2 12/26/1987 A 1 


H B85 


H 


2 3/28/1987 B 13 


N 


H 


2 5/01/1987 C 6 F 


N 


H 


2 5/23/1987 B 5 


N 


H 


2 6/22/' 1987 A 4 


L 


H 


2 6/25/1987 A 17 


N 


H 


2 6/26/1987 B 5 


N 


H 


1 8/12/1987 C 3 


N 


H 


2 9/01/1987 A 7 


N 


S 


2 9/02/1937 A 4 


E 


H 


2 9/04/1987 C 5 


N 


S 


2 9/12/'1987 A 4 


L 


H 


2 9/17/1987 D 7 


N 


H 


2 9/17/1987 D 7 


N 


H 


2 9/18/1987 A 1 


-• N 


H 


1 9/18/1987 C 1 


N 


H 


2 9/19/1987 A 12 


N 


H 


2 9/19/1987 A 12 


P N 


H 


2 9/19/1987 C 1 


P N G09 


S 


2 9/19/1987 A 9 


H 


H 


2 9/20/1987 C 1 


P N G09 


H 


2 9/23/1987 S 10 


N 


H 


2 10/02/1987 A 4 


L 


H 


2 12/16/1987 C 1 


N 


H 


2 3/27/1987 A 4 


L 


H 


2 3/30/1987 A 4 


L 


H 


2 6/15/l'?87 C 2 


N 


S 


2 6/15/19-37 C 1 


N 


H 


2 6/16/1987 B 3 


N 


S 


2 3/13/1987 C 1 


t< B53 


S 


2 3/18/1987 A 4 


E 


H 


2 10/06/1987 C 7 


N 


H 


2 1/09/1937 C 5 


N 


H 


2 1/15/1987 D 5 


N 


H 


2 1/16/1987 A 15 


N 


H 


2 1/31/1987 C 2 


N 


H 


2 2/13/1987 A 17 


N 


H 


1 2/14/1987 C 3 


N 


H 


2 2/'15/1987 C 2 


N 


H 


2 2/26/1987 A 13 


N 


H 


1 3/07/1987 C 1 


N 


H 


1 3/U/1987 C 1 


H 






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PIJPPY SAVES 82-YEAR-OLIi MAN'S LIFE 

UOilAN, hi, FOUND HEAD IN CASUaL 

RIVER SEARCHED FOR AIR FORCE SERGEANT'S BODY 

BODY OF MISSING WOMAN IS FOUND 

BODY BELIEVED TO BE MISSING GIRL'S 

RaiNION TODAY TO END 39-YFAR 'VISIT' TO N.Y. 

UOMAN SAYS RAIN WATER KEPT HER ALIVE 

15-YEAR-OLD GIRl FOUND DEAD IN S.C. 

FRANKLIN MURDER CASE PROBE BEING INTENSIFIEIi 

MISSING HUNTER'S BODY FOUND 

MISSING 77-YEAR-Oai FOUND DEAD IN WOODS 

MISSING PERSONS, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. 
$5,000 REWARD OFFERED IN CASE OF MISSING WOMAfJ 
CITIZEN'S CALL HELPS LOCATE MISSING MAN 
POLICE SEEKING STUDENT MISSING FOR THREE WEEKS 
'DISTRESSED' UNC STUDENT STILL MISSING 
MISSING UNC STUDENT FOUND DEAD NEAR HOME 
FOUL PLAY PROBED IN UNC STUDENT'S DEATH 
EXAMINERS HUNT CAUSE OF UNC STUDENT'S DEATH 
CHAPEL HILL LAWYER FOUND BEAD 
LAWYER'S DEATH ATTRIBUTED TO BARBITUATES OVERDOSE 
77-YEAR-OLD WALKS AWAY FROM HOME 
WOMAN, 77, FOUfJDi RETURNED TO REST HOfE 
NURSING HOME STAFF SHOWED PROFESSIONALISM DURING SEARCH 
IMPORTANT ISSUE IS PREVENTION, ^JOT REACTION TO EMERGENCIES 
AUHEIMER'3 VICTIM IS REF'ORTED MISSING 
SEAR'CH CONTINUES FOR MISSING MAN WITH ALZHEIMER"S 
MlSSIf^ MAN, 75, FOUND UNHARMED 

PROBLEM OF ELDERLY 'WANHERERS' NOT SOLVED YET BY fJURSING HOMES 
RSJARD INCREASED IN MS. ENNIS' DISAPPEARANCE 
LIFE AFTER BANE-fWYES DISAPPEARANCE 'PURE HELL' 
WOMAN MISSING FROM HOME AGAIN 
SEARC1€RS FIND MISSING WOMAN IN RAVINE 
MISSING UOMAN FOUNIi LMARMED 
A YEAR LATER, BOY STILL ASKS ABOUT MISSING MOM 

MISSING PERSONS, U.S. 

B ODY O F MISSING GA. WOMAN FOUND IN N.C. 
LETTER IN 'HERALD' HELP'S FIND GRAIiUATE 

THE MISSION (FILM) 

'MISSION' OVER'SOLD, BUT CHILLING IN THE Qffl 

MISSION AIR 

SEE ALSO EMERGENCY MEDICAL TREATMENT 
LXAL MISSION AIR CHAPTER IS MS. MOSS' GOAL 
MISSION AIR WANTS ALAMANCE CHAPTER FOR PATIENT FLIGHTS 

MISSIONARIES 

SEE ALSO EVANGELISM 

SEE ALSO INTER-fAITH CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MISSIONARIES 

SEE ALSO WOMEN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

BAPTIST MOIERATES EDGY ABOUT MI'SSIONS F'RORRAM 

MODERATE AND CONSERVATIVE BAPTISTS AT ODDS ON FOREIGN MISSIONS PROGRAM 

10 GRANVILLE COUNTY MEN TO BUILD WINDMILL IN HONDURAS 

STATE DEPARTMENT, HELMS DROP DIFFERENCES TO HELP NURSE 

LIBERIAN MISSIOMARY PLANS TALKS 

DEF'ORTATION OF 7 MISSIONARIES PRtlTESTED 

N.C. CHURCH CALLED PAWN IN 'ABSURD' KENYA COUP REFBRT 

HAITIAN MISSIONARIES DROPPED 

EDITORIALS SEEM CONTRADICTORY 

MISSION BOARD DIVOR'CE POLICY UF'SETS BAPTISTS 

MISSISSIPPI 

MISSISSIPPI RULIW MAY AFFECT N.C. CASE 

FOOL'S GOLD THE NATIONAL ORE 

MISSISSIPPI GOING AFTER FURNITURE BUSINESS 



E C 


T S 




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s 




I T 


N 


E 


E 




L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG 


L P EYL 


S 


o 


3/12/ 19S7 C 


9 


w 


H 


2 


3/23/1987 A 


8 





H 


2 


5/13/1-937 C 


1 


N 


H 





5/14/19S7 A 


18 


N 


H 


2 


6/11/1987 D 


10 


N 


H 


2 


7/11/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 




9/03/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


1 


9/09/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


7 


11/27/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


12/02/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


O 


1/07/1987 B 


1 


N 080 


H 


O 


1/24/1937 C 


■T 


N 080 


H 


3 


2.'24/1987 B 


1 


N 080 


H 


7 


2/25/1987 C 


1 


N L90 


H 


o 


3/05/1987 A 


1 


N 080 


S 


^ 


3/05/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/06/1987 B 


4 


N 080 


H 


1 

^ 


4/03/1987 C 


6 


N BIO 


H 


2 


4/08/1987 A 


10 


N C80 


H 


2 


5/07/1987 D 


J 


N 


H 


2 


5/08/1987 B 


4 


N 080 


S 


2 


5/13/19S7 A 


4 


L 


S 


9 


5/23/1937 A 


4 


L 


H 


3 


5/27/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


O 


5/27/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


■7 


5/28/1987 B 


3 


N 080 


S 


n 


6/03/1937 A 


4 


L 


H 


3 


6/25/1987 B 


1 


:■ N SIO 


H 


2 


7/10/1987 B 


1 


'■' N A30 


H 





8/01/1987 C 


IL. 


N 


H 


9 


8/02/1987 B 


3 


N 080 


H 





10/17/1987 C 


1 


N 080 


H 


3 


11/04/1987 C 


1 


'-■ N BIO 



S 2 5/13/1987 A 2 N 
H 2 5/19/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 3/06/1987 D 10 R M20 



H 2 1/25/1987 B 6 P N A80 
H 1 12/02/1987 C 2 N 



s 


1 


1/27/1987 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


1/23/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


1 


7/16/1987 B 


1 


N J20 


H 


1 


7/18/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


1 


3/15/1987 A 


3 


I 


H 


'^ 


11/13/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


n 


11/19/1987 B 


5 


N 


S 


9 


12.'01/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


12/17/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


9 


12/26/1987 C 


4 


N 



H 2 4/05/1987 C 3 N 
H 2 5/23/1987 A 4 T H 
H 2 9/19/1987 B 5 N 



-LX630- 



H N T H L Y 



ANNUAL 
i/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



-MTE — C 



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I T 

L Y 

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MisTirrre 

SEE ALSO CAfCER 
SEE ALSO CHRIST?^ 
fSvRY ^ERCW>NTS 

MISTRIALS 

SEE ALSO Cai<TS, DU<HA,i CCLWTY, HISTi^IALS 
MISTRIAL rCCLAREIl ON OBSCENITY CHAkGE 

"^'=^^°&??^?S BOU^ZEF^ ^If^T TURTIIS 



MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORP. 

MITSUBISHI ASSIGNS WATANABE 



TO PLAN OVER:^AS DEALINGS 



FIRM 



MITSUBISHI SEMICCWmCTOR AMERICA INC. 
SEE ALSO SEMICCWt'CTCR 
f^iSHED MOCHI KIME AT MITSUBISHI 

HRST COt^S TO <jEJ HBJ SEUAK PERMITS 

S^^I^rS^iJlii'll^^'s^^l.lONCS TO ARTS CO^IL 
KIMCNCS FRESefTED _,^ 

DIRHAM'S JAPAfCSE COJNECTICN 

^lHuB^ilflLFIi^!^ R.^ SITE'S m PROI-JCT 

MITSUBIiWI FTOIiUCIHG KEU ZIP CHIP 

MITSL'BISHI PLA?-iS TO EX?m> IN IiL5<HAM 

MITSJBISHI TO £>T-ANIl ftm 

MITSUBISHI REPLACES "aATJC UATANABE 

DU<HAM LOSES GCGI; hKltfffl 

WATWWBE'S (ENER-OSITY 

f^ABE-SAH yiLL BE MISSED IN im^ 

DURHAM SEWAGE Fl^T LIMITS ;iA^HM£R^^WH 

ICPUTIES f-^mE TV£FT OF :3re.AKER WIRE STOLEN FRftM 'CHIPS' 

L.ai PAY, LONG a^IFTS SPUR HITSL^BISHI UNION VOTE 

P^, SHIFT reN^NS SFURFS) UNION WI^^T MIjgJB g^I FIANT 

MITSUBISHI ASSIGNS mf^iS. TO FIJSN OVERSEAS itALINGS 

NOT ALL MITSL^ISHI UQR^IRS WANT UNION REFRESENTATION 

^^^erI^m^I^shTle:. to ^.ecNT to«r. union 

Sillili ^M^^^Mt^ EXCELLENT BENEFITS 

MITSUBISHI PRMXS FOR L^^IQN tCTE _ 

MITSUBISHI UH^I^EPS liUESTIOJ 'ED fli? UNION 

MITSUBiail VOTE SET 

'JfiCN IS NOT fCEEED _ ^^^^^ 

MITSUBISHI 'JCRKERS TO VOTE FRIDAY 

miW FILES CHARC£ AGAINST MITSUBISHI 

MITSUBISHI WORKERS 'v'OTE ON i3<I0^<UIi« 

TRIANOi MITSUBISHI WORKERS RhJEbT l^^iaS 

MOVE TO UNIONIZE MITSUBISHI f«T Q'.'ER 

SATISFIES WORKERS vSSi'T WAWT UUICNS 

REACTION OF UNION WASN'T SO 3L?>-RIbIr(6 _ 

1^ If^IftRATDR OFflJSITICN IfA'^ AFF1AU3E FR-CM 150 

GIVING AUAY T>£ COUNTRY 

UORKEKS «ED U«Bi"S 

D^^Ng'lIhk™ J^A«^Wd PWNTS a ri5<HA.M TECH GC^ 

5?^SH!''?lil!c^'l™RE^lFF^0?S.l MOJNTAINS, CHOraL^TE 
TOASTS (WW MITS15I3HI GROSffiBREAKING 
MITSUBISHI LAiM>ES 53^ MILLION EXF'»*SION 

MIXED ISIWCS 

SEE LIQUOR-BY-TVE-DRI.'*, N.C. 

MOBILE K3€S 

SEE ALSO MAI^ACTURED HOUSING 



H 2 12/24/1987 B 1 P P T32 

H 2 11/12-'1987 A 19 N 

H 2 6/29/1987 B 7 N 

H 2 7/30/1987 B 1 P N 



n 
H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


n 


S 


L 


H 


2 


S 


'^ 


c 


O 





<. 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


n 


H 


'^ 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


o 


n 


n 


a 




S 


-! 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


^ 


S 




S 





H 


2 


H 


•y 


H 


^ 


S 


2 


S 


'■ 


H 


" 
^ 


S 


n 


S 


--1 


H 




H 


2 


H 


-n 


H 




S 


4 


H 


i 


H 


^ 


H 




S 




H 


^ 



2/03/1987 C 
4/01/1987 A 
4/02/'1987 B 
4/22/'1987 C 
5/04/1987 C 
5/06/1987 D 
5/09/1987 A 
5/20/1987 C 
6/08/1987 A 
6/14/1987 C 
6/30/1987 A 
6/30/1987 C 
7/10/1987 A 
7/12/1987 D 
7/14/1987 A 
7/15/1987 A 
7/22/1987 A 
7/24/1987 C 
7/29/1987 A 
7/30/1987 B 
7/30/1987 S 
8/14/1987 A 
3/19/1987 A 
8/25/1987 A 
3/27/1937 A 
3/27/1987 A 
8/29/1987 C 
9/01/1987 C 
9/01/1987 B 
9/02 ■19-87 A 
9/03/1987 3 
9/03/1987 C 
9/04/1987 A 
9/<fi/1987 A 
9/05/1987 A 
9/08/1987 A 
9/10/1987 A 
9/11/1987 C 
9/14/1987 A 
9/13/1987 A 
10/05/1987 A 
10/06/1987 D 
10/25/1987 D 
11/15/1987 D 
; 11/20/1987 C 
; 11/21/1987 A 



3 P 
17 P 

1 

1 P 

3 P 

6 P 

4 

1 

9 
12 P 

1 

1 

1 P 

4 

4 

4 

1 P 

1 

1 

1 

I F 
4 
4 
4 
4 
i. 
1 
1 
5 
4 
6 

•J 

1 
1 
1 

4 
4 
1 
4 

4 

1 p 

6 

II P 
10 P 

1 P 
1 P 



P M66 
P K30 
N M97 
N 

N a66 
P K30 
E 

N M06 
N 

n 

N L41 

N 

N L41 

E 

L 

E 

N M06 

N 

N W82 

N L41 

N 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

N 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N U82 

N N36 

N 

E 

E 

N N36 

L 

L 
? N S92 

N J4C 
P U L41 
P N L41 

N y82 

N L41 



^82 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1937 - 12/31/1937 



SEE ALSO N.C. MANUFACTURED HOUSING INSTITUTE 
DRCF' IN NEU-HOME CONSTRUCTION EXPECTED 
CLAYTON HO^fES FlAfJT OPENING NEXT MONTH 
ILLNESS DELAYS TOWN'S VOTE ON WATER RATE HIKE 
VANCE COUNTY HIRES 911 SYSTEM DIRECTOR 
MURDERS SPURRING MOVES FROM MODILE HOME PARK 
HILLSBOROUGH BOARD NAMES POLICE CHIEF 
MOTOR HOME FIRE STALLS 1-85 TRAFFIC 
WORKSHOP, HEARING SET ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING 
HILLSBOROUGH FIRE DESTROYS MOBILE HOME 
FIRE IN MOBILE HOME KILLS MAN, DAUGHTER 
BAf>IKS 'aiWSIDED' BY TUISTERi 4 HURT 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS GIVE PRIORITIES FOR ZONING BOARD WORK 
EASEIi RESTRICTI^^JS SOUGHT ON MOBILE HOWES 

ALBEMARLE COMPANY WILL DISPLAY ITS MOBILE HOME IN SOVIET UNION 
MAN HURT IN BLAZE AT TRAILER 
DURHAM OBJECTS TO MOBILE-HOME SILL 
BILL ON MjiiNUFACTURED HOUSES GAINS SUPPORT 
OFFICIALS RESBJT STATE ZONING INTERFERENCE 
MANUFACTURED HOUSING BILL SURVIVES VOTE 
STATE SHOULDN'T DICTATE MOBILE HOME LOCATIONS 
MOBILE HOME FIRE KILLS KINSTON MAN 
MOBILE HOME BURNS NEAR KINSTON; 1 KILLED 

INCOMES OF i9,000-$20,000 DISCUSSED IN AFFORDABLE HOUSING SESSION 
MANUFACTURED HOUSING BILL PRAISED, CONDEMNED 
HEARING DELAYED AGAIN CN ,10BILE HOME ORDINANCE 
RULING ON SEPTIC PERMIT CHALLENGED 
FIRE IN VANCE COU'NTY DESTROYS MOBILE HOME 
HOUSE AffR-OVES BILL TO CUT CREDIT INSURANCE RATES 
TWO MEN FACE FALSE P-RETENSE CHARGES IN MOBILE HOME SALES 
CURIFICATION 

BUYERS OF MOBILE HOMES BEHER AT REPAYING LOANS 
LOBBYIST SAYS GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEDDLING WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 
IN FAVOR OF MOBILE HOME BILL 
DESPITE ITS PR-OBLEMS, EXECUTIVES LOVE THE PARK 
MOBILE HOME LOSES AXLES, SNARLS CREEDMOOR TRAFFIC 
MOBILE HOMES GET MOST ATTENTION AT MEETI^JG OF HILLSBOROUGH BOARIiS 
PERMIT BAN HASN'T SLOWED .MOBILE HOME SALES 
ORDINANCE FOR MOBILE HOMES AMENDED 
MANUFACTURED HOUSING BILL LEFT IN LIMBO 
WATER LINE REOUEST MORE THAN OK'D 
MANUFACTURED HOUSING BILL FADING 
LET MOBILE HOME BILL DIE 
STAKES HIGH IN SUIT OVER INTEREST RATE 
DISTRICT ELECTION OF VANCE COUNTY BOARD APPRBVED 
ARMY COOK IS INDICTED ON 21 FELONY CHARGES 
CEILING FAN BLAMED FOR MOBILE HOME FIRE 
TRAILER FIRE KILLS BOY, 3, MOTHER 
CONNER WORKERS OUT OF JOBS. OUT OF BENEFITS 
MOBILE HOME BREAK-IN IWEStlGATHi 
FIRE HEAVILY DAMAGES MOBILE HOME 
ADDITIONAL FALSE PRETENSE CHARGES FILED 
513 HOMES IN COUNTY HAVE NO INDOOR BATHROOM 
LOWER STANDARI'S ON MOBILE HOMES PONDERED 
140 MOBILE HOME TIRES STOLEN FROM COMPANY 
DURHAM CRIMESTDPPER3 
FIR€ DESTROYS UNOCCUPIED MOBILE HOME 
ALDERMEN APF'ROVE FACT ON PLANNING 
TWO BOYS KILLED IN MOBILE HOME FIRE 
ROXBORO TRAILER DESTROYED BY FIRE 
FIRE f£AR SP'RIf-iO LAKE KILLS TWO CHILDREN 
FIRE SPREADS TO SECOND MOBILE HOME 
EXAMINING DAMAGE 

STEM RESIDENTS PITCH IN TO HELP' VICTIMS OF FIRE 
SOME CHATHAM LANDOUfCRS ANGER:ED BY SUBDIVISION PLAN 
FIRE DESTROYS MOBILE HOME IN NEW HAf^OVER 

MOBILE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT 

SEE AMBaANCE SERVICE, DURHAM COLl^JTY 

MOBILIZATION FOR JUSTICE AND PEACE IN CENTRAL AMERICA AND SOUTH AFRICA 



S U B J E C 


T l 


S 




PAGE1269 
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I T 


N 


E 


h 




L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG 


L P BYL 


H 


2 


1/04/1937 F 


1 


C N 


H 


1 


1/03/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


3 


I/O'?/ 1987 B 


1 


N MIO 


H 




1/14/1937 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


l/22/'1987 A 


11 


P N 


H 


3 


2/10/1937 C 


1 


P N MIO 


H 


2 


2/13/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/16/1937 B 


7 


N 080 


S 


9 


2/24/1987 A 


1 


P P 080 


H 


T 


3/12/1987 D 


J 


N 


H 


2 


4/01/1937 A 


1 


P N 


H 


1 


4/07/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


T 


4/08/1987 B 





N L4C 


H 


2 


4/10/1987 A 


19 


N 


3 


T 


4/11/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 





4/14/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 


4/15/1987 B 


1 


N 046 


H 





4/15/1987 B 


1 


N S80 


H 


2 


4/17/1987 B 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 


4/20/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


4/21/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/22/1987 C 


4 


N 


N H 


3 


4/22/1987 C 


1 


N BIO 


H 


9 


4/23/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


9 


4/29/1987 B 


8 


N 080 


H 


2 


5/01/1987 A 


13 


N S82 


H 


1 


5/08/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/13/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


9 


5/20/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


O 


5/21/1937 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/24/1987 F 


1 


N 


H 


9 


5/26/1987 B 


14 


J 


H 


n 


5/29/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


5/31/1987 F 


1 


P N 


H 


1 


6/02/1987 C 


1 


H 


S H 


3 


6/02/1987 C 


1 


H 381 


H 


3 


6/03/1987 C 


1 


N MIO 


H 


3 


6/16/19'87 C 


1 


N MIO 


H 


2 


6/17/1987 B 





P N L40 


H 


1 


6/17/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


9 


6/19/1987 A 


17 


N 046 


H 


2 


6/21/1987 D 


4 


E 


H 




6/28/1937 C 


1 


P N S32 


H 


1 


7/08/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


9 


7/10/1987 A 


18 


N 


H 


o 


7/14/1937 C 


2 


N 080 


H 


9 


7/14/1987 C 


10 


N 


3 


9 


7/15/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


9 


7/18/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 


7/22/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 





3/22/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


3 


9/09/1987 B 


1 


N MIO 


H 


3 


9/25/1987 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 


9/26/1987 C 


14 


N 080 


H 





10/12/1937 B 


1 


Q 


S 


2 


10/16/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


3 


10/21/1987 B 


1 


N BIO 


H 


1 


10/23/1937 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


10/28/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


•7 


12/02/1987 C 


4 


P N 


H 


1 


12/04/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


12/04/1987 C 


1 


P P S76 


H 


1 


12/13/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


r2/13/1987 B 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 


12/25/1937 B 


5 


N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/19S7 - 12y'31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



— I»TE- 



PAGE1270 
1/21/33 

S I T 

E L Y 

C -PG L P BYL 



SEE ALSO CENTRAL AhERICA 

^ARE^A^RESr^^iS PROTEST IN WASHINGTON 
MISC4JIDEII t^XIBILIZATION 
EDITORIAL UAS MISGUIDED 

'^°^^ livM^,%QCK TRIAL SLATED FOR RAPE-AUARa£SS WEEK 

MOCK TOBACCO AUCTION 

SEE ALSO AUCTIOf^ ^^ 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, AiXTIONEER^ 

MOCK TOBACCO AUCTION PLANNED OCT. 4 

TOBAttO BUYERsi'^ipiTTERS HIG^IGHT MOCK LEAF AUCTION 
SEU 'BACCA! 



•OR MODELING BATHING aJIT 



MODELS 

'^^RS^S^rHOMECOMING OUEB. EXPEND 

f!^fcoS?NrELi'fE^T^^O^'H^K S.IMSUITS 
MISS aJTLAW RETURNS TO GOLDSBORO SCHOOL 

GlS!^^FlLL£D^KDaiNG RETURtJS TO PRIVATE SCHOOL 
BATHING-SUIT PHOBIA GIVES STATE BAD NAME 
GIVING RELIGION A BLACK EYE 

IM^^J'^nSPn^'?;. 'REAL. MODEL FLIRTING yiTH FAi€ 

MODERN DANCE 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
DANCER MAKES IDEAS ALIVE 

S1& ™lEil^Rrs??a'sTRONG IN MOICRN DANCE 

MOICRN TIMES (CHAfEL HILL CLOTHING STORE) 
CLOTHING FOR THE FUN OF IT 

MOLASSES FESTIVAL 

'"'MOuiEs'iALE'sUNI^Y'AT OUDOCR DRAMA SITE 



MOLD 



MOLD DAMAGES LIBRARY BOOKS 
A MOLDY PROBLEM 



'^■^MlfflSRUcPpARTS FIRM TO PUT PLANT IN M0R13ANT0N 



mole; 



HOH TO control MCLEi 



"•^'Tanc^frSSVast'Itivals pet-jrn to PERFGFti rnis web. 

D^ING OF MCLIS3A FENLEY PRWES HAUNTING, POWERFUL 
tSsSA FENLEY AND DANCER'S MOVE TO UNCEASING tiEAT 

MOM 'N' F'OF'S RESTAURANTS 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, N.C. _ 
CLj^^EMCNT CHAIN CONSIDERS uFFERS 

•^"'S^^'S xmARD ORDINANCE 

"°"^^dam:e troufe momix to open Carolina union series 
momix, out of pilobolus, of'ens unc arts beries 

iwiday night li'je 



3 2 4/24/1987 B 4 N 080 
H 2 5/03/1987 D 4 E 
H 2 5/13/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 2/C8/1987 D 10 N 



H 2 9/16/1987 B 6 N 

S 2 10/01/1987 D 4 P I 

H 2 10/05/1987 C 1 F N T33 

S 2 10/05/1987 A 2 P P K30 



H 


2 


3/13/1937 A 


14 


N 


H 


9 


3/14/1987 B 


5 P 


N 


H 


2 


3/15/1987 C 


5 


H 


S 


2 


3/16/1987 A 




N 


H 


o 


3/17/1987 A 




E 


H 


9 


3/17/1987 D 




N 


S 




3/17/1987 A 




E 


H 


O 


3/19/1987 A 




L 


H 


9 


3/23/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


9/02/1937 A 


6 F 


F 



H45 



H 2 6/02/1987 C 12 G _ 

S 2 6/18/1987 D 1 P F G59 

H 2 6/26/1987 B 3 P N B38 

H 2 7/21/1987 B 7 R L34 

H 2 5/17/1987 E 1 P F C80 



H 1 11/07/1987 C 1 P N 



H 2 9/23/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 9/30/l'?87 A 4 E 



H 2 12/13/1987 D 15 N 

H 2 4/05/1987 E 12 U B56 

H 2 6/22/1987 B 6 N U64 

H 2 6/23/1987 C 1 R L34 

S 2 6/25/1987 D 10 R A17 

H 2 9/02/1987 B 7 N 

H 1 7/22/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 9/02/'1987 A 13 H 
H 2 10/16/1987 D 3 N 



-LX630- 



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Y/ANNUAL 
1/01/1V87 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO CARRBCRO ART SCHOOL (NOW CENTER FOR VISUAL i PERFORMING ARTS) 
EVEN MONDAY'S BUSY 
MONDAY NIGHT LIVE OPENS LATER THAN PLANNED... 

M0^O 

SEE CUR'RENCY 

MONEY LAUNDERING 

SEE ALSO BANKS, U.S. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF BANKS) 
SEE ALSO CRIMES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 

LOOK WHO'S TALKING NOU 

N.C. PLANNER ACCUSED OF MONEY LAUNICRING 

MO^€Y MAGAZINE 

BEST PLACE IN AMERICA; SURVEY FINDS N.C. LACKING 

WILMINGTON MAYOR QUESTIONS SURVEY THAT RANKED HIS TOWN IN BOTTOM 10 

TRIANGLE GOOD PLACE TO LIVE I£SPITE SURVEY 

MONKEY TOP 

SEE PCUE HOUSE 

MOffflNUCLEOSIS 

DUKE DOCTORS LINK EYE DISEASE, MONO VIRUS 

VIRAL CAUSE OF MONONUCLEOSIS LINKED AT DUKE TO EYE DISEASE 

MONROE, N.C. 

TORCH CARJJIED TO MONROE 

MISS U.S. TEEN THOUGHT SHE NEEDED POISE, BEAUTY 
SEMI-NOMADIC HUNTERS MAY HAVE LIVED IN MONR'OE 
KLAN GETS PERMIT FOR MONROE ilARCH 

MONROE DOCTRINE 

U.S. SHOULD NOT ENFORCE MONROE DOCTRIfC 

MONTAGI*>RD 

SEE ALSO REFUGEES 
MONTAGNARDS ADJUSTING TO AMEK:ICAN LIFE 
NEW YEAR BRINGS HCF'E OF 'SOMEDAY' FOR VIETf^AtCSE 
MONTAGNARD REFUGEES GUESTS OF VIETNAM VETS 
MONTAGNARDS HAVE GROWING PAINS IN N.C. 

MONTALDO'S 

FALL fashion: THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT; CAREER WOMEN GET THE LOWBOWN. 
LEATHER, SUEDE IN STYLE THIS FAa 

MONTESSORI SCHOOLS 

MONTESSORI PRiDGRAM 
PEOPLE'S AUIANCE IMPUGNED 
NEWSPAPER DRIVE 

MONTGOfERY COUNTY, N.C. 

BARK PLAfJT SLATED FOR MONTGOMERY 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY PRISON UNIT 

3 N.C. PRISONERS DIE OVER WEEKEND 

A MONTH OF SUNDAYS (PLAY) 

ROBARDS TO STAR IN DUKE CaMEDY 

ADAMS OF 'LOU GRANT' IN 'MONTH OF SUNDAYS' 

'LIVING A LIFE BJERY NIGHT...': JASON RCBAR'DS TAKES ON COMIC ROLE... 

PUBLIC INVITED TO QLESTION ROBARDS 

JASON ROBARDS TO GIVE FREE TALK AT DUKE 

TOGETHER AGAIN; ROBARDS, SAKS ON DUKE'S STAGE 

♦BAD BOY' ROLE PLEASES VETERAN ACTOR ROBARDS 

LUDWI6 HANDLES QUESTIONS WITH EASE, ROLES WITH INTENSITY 

'Mo^rrH of sundays' like a sitcom on stage 

MONTPELIER (JAMES MADISON'S ESTATE) 

MONTFELIER'S GRAND OPENING SET MAR'CH 15 



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-[lATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 5/21/1987 D 5 
S 2 7/02/1V87 D 7 



S 2 10/14/1987 A 4 E 
S 2 12/23/1987 C 4 N 



H 2 7/27/1937 C 3 N 
H 1 7/28/1987 B 1 N 
S 2 7/28/1987 A 4 E 



S 2 5/16/1987 B 4 N 
H 2 5/24/1987 C 5 N D80 



H 2 7/06/1987 B 1 D N 

S 2 9/12/'1987 C 2 P N 

S 2 9/29/1987 A 3 P N 

H 2 10/29/1987 D 6 N 



H 2 8/05/1937 A 



H 2 1/10/1937 A 12 N 

H 2 1/15/1987 B 3 N 

H 2 2/11/1987 B 4 N 

S 2 11/24/1987 A 5 N 



H 2 9/21/1937 A 6 P F H45 
3 2 11/04/1987 B 1 P F G59 



H 2 3/25/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 10/28/1937 A 4 L 
H 2 10/29/1987 A 20 P P S76 



H 2 1/15/1987 D 7 N 
H 2 4/06/1987 C 2 N 



H 


i- 


1/22/1987 B 


1 p N nso 


H 


O 


2y'12/1937 A 


18 N 


H 


T 


3/06/1987 D 


1 P F U66 


H 


"f 


3/12/1987 C 


20 N 


3 


5 


3/12/1987 D 


11 P N 


H 


9 


3/13/1987 A 


1 P F C09 


S 


2 


3/13/1987 C 


1 P R B71 


H 




3/20/1987 A 


12 P N K65 


H 


9 


3/27/1987 D 


8 R L59 



H 2 3/01/1987 D 10 N 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



^^°^LL.Y^Gft^ CENTER PLANS ARE APfmO 

^'^^'^-^^Y'Ebi^^NS *300,000 LEGACY TO COILEGE 

rtONTREAT-AfJD£RS&N COLLEGE, STUICNTS 
V/MtNBRCEK EARfJS I£GF£E 

^^^aiA^^kES TO m 3.1 IN VIRGINIA 

KiS^f IJtil-^-Ng. m SI Site in ^est w,m 

Tt€ tP.'ELOPER ANIi HIS SANffi »-Cim TOW 

™iNsfcARE EXPANSION MAY SFl^R CITY'S REBIRTH 

HAf9€R FINALIZES PANTRY CHAIN JCiy. 

EFtilN E:<PANSIDN FIR-tl BUYS PAjNTKr 

hIlEY, APRAh DISAGREE ON R-ECR11ITI.« BUSINESSES ^ 

Sm ^tAY U^ SO^E OFICES, PARt^lNG AT TkUIN SQUARE 

HAW€R-CU€D OJfiPANY BUYS HAhfORD'S ItC. 

HAȣR FIRM BUYS CH.AR1CTTE CW'A^IY 

MCNTh-OSE CORF-. BFOfS BID FOR SiL 

FIREFI»rrER-S F-RAISEIi 

«»WENTS 

SEE ALSO STATl£S .„.^.T,-r 

MASONIC f1C«fl€NT WILL BE lOICATEL 

'*°^015< «OCrS AF£ LIKE LEAVES IN THE yif* 

**^°^TRI0^ CHARLOTTE WINS MUSIC AWARD IN EUROPE 

WXDY'S If^STOR-S SERVICE 

D15»<AM TO WKI BOND-RATERS 

Hm 

MOON TO HIK VEMJS 

MOON PIE 

^O^i ^f rCTHIffi HAS BEEN ABLE TO ECLIPSE T}€ liOON PIE 

"°°'*-Sw[ll^SHCUS mi TEAL^CRS .^CONLiaHT 
TO KEEP FAR^S, (€N f«DCNLI&rr 
SBI FINDS UC fffiC^ftlGHTER fCT BREAKING LAW 

MOON'S CHJRCH 

SEE WIFICATI[»( CHJ<CH 

MGCNSHIfC 

SEE ALSO ALCOWL, lUiCIT bALti 
MCONSHnCR DECIDES IT'S TRC TO GI'^ ^J^^^ 
'RtlTTEN APPLES' DIUN-T SWAY FEDERAL JUIGc 
LIQUCR STILL riISCOi,€RED 

fvE^DEPm^Al^rh£^^I)sW^ FOR 30 TiARS. THEY-'^E BEEN PITYING CAT., 
MCONSHIiCR' SFnTECED TO T«0 YEARS „ ^^ ^„ 

vicA^eSTCODGERS' AT N.C. STATE ^AIR ALLOW NO S^tES 
LONG-TIME .iOGNSHUCR VOWS TO GIVE UP JOB 

MCCRt AND VAN ALLEN 

HUf^^i^, S.C. LAW FIRMS TO MER-QE 

MOORE COUNTY, N.C. ^^ ^^^^.,^^^. 

SDWTOR SAYS HER LIFE TWEATE>€r' 
N.C. DAM i::aiAFSE ^.OOrS 40 nCMEi 



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E L Y 

C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 12/01/1987 C 12 N 
H 2 8/17/1987 B 3 N 



1 



S 




4/28/1987 A 


5 


N 


H 


ry 


6/02/19'S7 A 




N L41 


H 


O 


6/13/l'?87 A 




N L41 


H 


O 


S/IZ/19B1 A 


1 M 


N L41 


H 





3/13/1987 A 


1 F 


N L41 




n 


8/13/1987 A 




N tS2 


H 


2 


3/14/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


3/15/1987 A 




N 


S 


'% 


3/19/1987 C 




N 'J82 


S 


2 


3/25/1987 A 




H W82 


H 


9 


9/29/1987 A 




N 


S 


■T 


10/03/1987 A 


3 F 


N 


H 


T 


10/31/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


12/10/1987 A 


4 


L 



H 2 10/01/1987 A 19 N 

H 2 11/16/1987 B 1 U Q78 

H 2 9/23/1987 B 6 N 

S 2 7/03/1987 A 1 P N M06 

S 2 4/24/1987 B 1 N 

H 2 10/08/1987 C 2 N 



H 2 1/05/1987 A 13 N 
3 2 3/20/1987 A 20 N 
H 2 9/03/1987 B 1 N L90 



H 


n 


2/17/1987 D 




N 


H 


1 


2/'20/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


5/12/'1987 A 




N 


H 


1 


7/16/1987 B 




N 


H 


1 


9/21/1987 B 




P N 


H 


O 


9/30/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


10/18/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


1 


10/19/1987 A 


6 


N 



H 2 7/09/1987 D 6 N L41 



2 2/01/1987 B 
2 3/03/1987 A 



3 P 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



SUBJECTS 



3 I T 

N E ELY 

F' D — BATE — C -PG L P BYL 



GOLD MINING IN AREA COUNTIES JUST A GLEAM PROSPECTORS' EYES 

HOORE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

MOORE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT FIRED 
MOORE COUNTY StHOOL BOARD MEMBER RESIGNS 

MOORE COUNTY JAIL 

BRITISH NOBLEMAN FINALLY FINDS 'R,J.'— IN N.C. PRISON 

MOORE COUNTY SCHOOLS 

MOORt SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT FIRED 

MOORE COUNTY SQiOOL BOARD MEMBER RESIGNS 

TPE MOO^E TOURS 

SEE ALSO TRA',€L AGENTS 
TAR tCEL WOMAN, 89, MAINTAINS LOVE OF TRAVEL 

MOORE'S CREEK NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD 

STOLEN CANNON 'TtCFT AGAINST EVERY AfERICAN' 

MOOSE LODGE 9602 

MOOSE CLUB WILL HOLD TALENT SHOW 
CHILDREN'S TALENT CONTEST 

MOPED 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 
SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLES 

MAN SAYS MOPED THIEF SHOT HIM IN LEG 

POLICE IDENTIFY ilAN WHO WAS SHOT SUNDAY 

TEEN ARRESTED ON WEAFfJN CHARGE 

38 COUNTIES MAY SHARE $3.7 MILLION IN ROAD MONEY 

'CYCLE INJURIES' PAIN, COST LINGER 

MORAL MAJORITY 

SEE ALSO LIBERH FEDERATION 
FALWELL MIXING POLITICAL, RELIGIOUS FUNDS, PAPER SAYS 
FALUEU NOW SAYS fCWSPAPER'S STORY ABOUT FUNNELING CONTRIBUTIONS FALSE 
FALWELL FUNDS TIED TO TWO RACES 

FALWELL REFBRTS HIS OWN MINISTRY HAS SERIOUS FINANCIAL PROBLEMS 
FALUELL LEAVES MORAL MAJORITY POST 

MORALITY 

JUDGE ADDS 'MORAL LAW' TO WOMAN'S PROBATION 

lust; a NATIONAL THREAT 

UNC PaL: TAR HEELS TOLERATE MORAL DIFFERENCES 

TOO MANY LIBEFlAL PEOPLE 

INHUMANE COMMON SENSE 

THE f£W morality; LICKING LENIN'S BOOTS 

MORAVIAN CHRISTMAS COOKIES 
SEE ALSO COOKIES 
COOKIE SHORTAGE SAP'S YULE CHEER 

MORAVIANS 

SEE ALSO AMISH 

SEE ALSO BETHABARA (MORAVIAN CHURCH) 
EDWIN LINK STOCKTON, 82, MORAVIAN CHURCH LEADER 

MORDECAI HISTORIC PARK 

Tt€ PAST IN AMBER; MORDECAI HISTORIC PARK CAPTURES RALEIGH'S PAST... 
MORDECAI HISTORIC PAR'K; THAT LIHLE PIECE OF COUNTRY WH£RE RALEiaH... 
MORDECAI HISTORICAL PARK 

MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CRYSTAL COAST 
BULKf€AD AT STATE PORT COaAPSES 
COASTAL OIL-SPILL DANGER IS APPARENTLY SUBSIDING 
WALL BUILT TO PROTECT OIL TANKS 
WORK CONTI>flJES ON RETAINI^JG WALL TO PROTECT TANKS 
DREDGING ALONE DIDN'T CAUSE DOCK COLLAPSE 



H 2 5/15/1987 B 



N S80 



H 1 11/25/1987 C 3 N 
H 2 11/26/1987 C 10 N 



4/09/1987 A 18 N 



H 1 11/25/1987 C 3 N 
H 2 11/26/1987 C 10 N 



S 2 4/22/1987 C 16 F 
H 1 7/09/1987 B 4 N 



S 2 4/04/1987 A 3 N 
H 2 4/05/1987 D 4 L 



2 1/12/1987 A 10 

2 1/13/1987 B 10 

3 2/14/1987 C 1 
2 5/14/1987 A 20 
2 7/20/1987 C 1 



2 8/23/1987 C 1 

2 3/25/1987 A 16 

2 9/06/1987 C 4 

2 9/23/1987 B 5 

2 11/04/1987 B 4 



1/30/1987 A 
4/08/1987 A 
5/12/1987 C 
5/19/1987 A 
11/16/1987 A 
12/12/1987 A 



12 
4 
1 
4 
4 
4 



N 
N 

N 080 
N 
N 



H 1 12/20/1987 B 1 N 



H 2 2/13/1987 C 8 P 



H 2 10/30/1987 D 1 P P W62 
H 2 10/30/1967 D 12 P F W66 
H 2 11/03/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 1/17/1987 A 10 P N 

3 2 1/17/1987 C 1 N 

H 2 1/13/1987 C 1 N 

H 2 1/20/1987 A 12 N 

H 2 1/26/1987 B 6 N 



-UA30- 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



COUNTIES IN N.C. DON'T UANT r(EU rOSl; i3AREAGE 
N/f. GARBAGE GROWING FFW3FANT NEAR MCREKEAD 
NEU YORK GARBAGE LEAVES N.C. FORT ^^^^.„ 
SENIi US YCU;: TOURISTS, BUT NOT YOUR GARBAGE 
ATLA.NTIC BEACH BRIDGE iTFOS 
TVECRYSTAL COAST; BIKINIS, HISTORY, BiB5 
SEAFOOIJ CELEBRATED AT HOREHEAD r£XT WEEKEND 
UATERSfOUT DAflAGES HOUSES, MOTEL 

HOREHEAD ELEfCNTAR'Y SCHOOL 
SEE fCREHEAD SCHOOL 

MCR-EHEAD FOUNDATION 

MORE}£AD ALUMNI ESTABLISH FUND 

MCREHEAD HILLS 

■SEE ALSO ARARTMEhJTS 
SEE ALSO JFi^: TOWERS ^__ 

SEE ALSO J. J. HetDERSON TOiERS 
SEE ALSO SOJIOR CITIZENS 

ffiT^'fl'S'^ m^-lH INFORHATION 

«ORE^£AD HILLS i€IGHBCRHOOD ASSOCIATION 
6IMJ€ A WINK 

MOREHEAD fOORIAL HOSPITAL (EICN, N.C.) 

^i m:£0 toPiTALS; N.C. tSEE ALSO NAJCS OF SFtCIFIC HOSPITALS) 
^ CHILD IN HOSPITAL SINCE BIRTH HAS BIRTHDAY PARTIES GALORE 

"°irf^llf¥'N!c^-CHAPa HILL MOREHEAD PLANETARIUM 

MOREHEAD SCHOLARSHIP'S ,^„ „ ,, ^nr un.,nco 

SEE ALSO ^OANE M. PRITCHETT FUND FOR HW«F| 
^ ALSO l^IV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, bCHCLARSHIPS 
^lliK ENMNT CREATO FOR MCREVEAD FWra 

MCRECAD AWARD HOPEFULS FACI^^G THE FlNAL INTERi.'IEUS 

DURHAM HAS MCREHEAD SCHOLAR 

SIXSTUKNTS RECEIVE MOREHEAD SCHOLARSHIFS 

THIS TIfE A WINNER 

'^^^^^ ^Sl^s stuicnts 

^'S^^^T ^HSE:'^^^Sl^l:['^fC-'HOR^AD ...RD FINALISTS 

MOREICAD SCHOa 

VOLUNTEER HCNOREES 

SHADY LADY AT MOREHEAD SCKiCL 

BURLINGTON EXTENDS *,8C-A-SHAf.£ OFFgi 
BURLIf«TuN'S FRIBtfiLY BIDIEK bWEETBfe FtDi 
DOMINIWJ FIRES AT N.C. LAWS 
BU-RLINGTON APPEARS TO BE WINNING FIGHT 
MORGAN STAfJLEY CLAIMS BURLINGTON 

litis Wm^ SSf! SS«'Sf45| °?'»«v G.«-... 

dSnGES COMING FASTER FOR BiJRLINGTGN INDL!STR:IE:> 
BURLINGTON STILL TRYING TO PAY DEBT 

"°^''^OUNTOUN CaNSTRUCTION TESTS MOTORISTS 



INDEX BY 
12.'31/1937 


S U B J E C 


T S 


PA6E1274 
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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 C 


5 P N 




H 


2 4/06/1937 C 


7 N 




H 


2 4/07/1987 A 


10 N 




S 


2 4/07/1987 A 


4 E 




H 


2 4/18/1987 A 


11 P P 




H 


2 6/14/1987 D 


9 P F 019 




H 


2 9/27/1987 D 


9 N 




H 


2 ll/U/1987 B 


3 N 



2 6/12/1987 C 12 



H 2 12/14/1987 C 1 Q 
S 2 12/14/1987 C 1 P Q 



S 2 6/13/1987 B 4 P P S76 



H 2 10/19/1987 C 3 N 



H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



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

s 



1/11/1987 C 
2/26/1987 B 
3/09/1987 A 
3/10/1987 A 
3/12/1987 A 
6/1-2/1987 C 
3/15/1987 C 
12/11/1987 B 
12/18/1987 B 



2 5/08/1987 C 
2 6/02/1987 A 



4 
2 

1 

11 
4 

12 
1 
7 
3 



N U80 

N 

N S92 

N 

E 

N 

N N36 

N 

N 



3 P P L38 

4 L 



5/22/1987 A 
5/23/1987 A 
6/09/1987 B 
6/11/1987 D 
6/13/1987 A 
6/24/1987 B 
6/25/1987 D 
6/30/1987 C 
7/05/1987 D 
8/19/1987 A 
9/04/1987 B 
12/'09/1987 



1 N 

11 P N 

5 N 

c 

■J 

17 



12/31/1987 A 



6 

3 

12 

9 

7 
I 

3 
13 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



H 2 10/17/1987 A 1 N 



«a<GANTON, N.C. 



-LX630- 



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



SUBJECTS 



'TO BE, OR NOT TO BE' QUESTION ON HOUSING AUTHORITY'S AGENDA 

ONE DOUf^... 

EXPLOSION GUTS JUNIOR HIGH IN MORGANTON 

FHiERAL AGENTS ARE CALLED IN TO PROBE SCHOOL EXFIOSICN 

AUTHORITIES SAY EVIDENCE INDICATES GAS EXFIOSION DESTROYED SCHOOL 

MAN FATALLY SHOOTS UIFE Afffi HIMSELF IN AUTO SHOWROOM 

MICHIGAN TRUCK PARTS FIRM TO PUT PLANT IN MORGANTON 

AS HIS NECKTIE SAYS, HE'S NOT SAM 

MORIAH VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 
RANCH BUR^^S 
PERSON BOARD VOTES TO GIVE BUILDING TO MORIAH VOLUNTEER FIRE APARTMENT 

MORMONS 

P0RN06R;APHY AN ADDICTION 

GROUTH LEADS TO NEW MORMON REGIONAL BODY 

MORMON MISSIONARY KILLED ON BICYCLE 

'CHRISTIAN DEVIATIONS' GROU 

CHURCH OF OLD-FASHIONED VIRTUES 

MORMONS ENCOURAGE 'FAMILY HOME EVENINGS' 

FAMILY GATltRINGS 

THE MORNING AFTER (FILM) 

AUDIENCE SCARIEST PART OF WEAK 'MORNING AFTER' 

MOROCCO 

MOROCCAN ARTIST TO TEACH COURSE AT DUKE UNIVERSITY H 

MOROCCAN PAINTER' PLANS DUKE EXHIBIT H 

EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS MOROCCAN ARTIST H 

MORREENE ROAD 

DIKHAM PANa OKS FREEWAY F'RIORITY 

MORRISVILLE, N.C. 

ASSAULT NEAR MORRISVILLE REF'ORTED 
CITIES RACE TO ANNEX LAND AROUND RF 
ALARM SAVES WOMAN FROM BLAZE 

MORRISVILLE, N.C, ELECTIONS 

TWO RALEIGH COUNCILMEN DEFEATED BY CHALLENGERS 

MORRISVILLE, N.C, TOtW ADMINISTRATOR 
HORTON GETS MORRISVILLE POST 

MORRISVILLE MARKETPLACE 

15-YEAR MORTGAGE MIGHT BE IN YOUR BEST INTEREST 

MORRISVILLE TOWN COMMISSION 

TWO RALEIGH C0UNCIL1EN [lEFEATEIi BY CHALLENGERS 

MORROW MOUNTAIN STATE PARK 
SEE ALSO PARKS, N.C 
THE OLD UWHARRIES— N.C.'S OTHER MOUNTAINS 

MORTALITY RATES 
SEE DEATH RATE 
SEE INFANT MORTALITY 

MORTGAGE BANKERS ASSOCIATION 

MC»?TGAGE BANKERS CHAPTER PLANNED 
CUSTOM-TAILORED MORTGAGES KEY TO MARKET TODAY 

MORTGA(£ CREDIT CERTIFICATES 

HOME-BUYINC PROGRAM LOWERS TAX WITHHELD 

MORTGAGE RATES 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 
PRIME RATE JUMPS TO 8X; DURHAM BANKS TO FOLLOW 

MORTGAGE RATES, DURHAM 



-DATE— 



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3 1/21/1987 C 
2 1/27/1987 A 
2 3/18/1987 A 
2 3/19/1987 C 
2 3/20/1987 A 
2 12/11/1987 C 
2 12/13/1987 D 
2 12y'22yl987 C 



1 N B81 
7 P P 

1 P N 
3 P N 

15 N 

7 N 

15 N 

2 N 



2 1/26/1987 C 1 P p M66 
1 1/29/1987 B 1 N S80 



2 4/18/1987 A 
2 5/02/1987 A 
2 5/21/1987 D 
2 6/08/1987 A 
2 3/10/1987 A 
2 11/23/1987 A 
2 12/10/1987 A 



4 
6 
6 
1 
4 

16 
4 



L 

N 

N 

N ESS 

L 

N 

L 



H 2 1/16/1987 D 2 R S66 



1/16/1987 B 
1/25/1987 S 
2y'03/1987 B 



N 
N D80 



2 P U H45 



S 2 9/01/1987 A 1 N H70 



H 2 3/13/1987 A 15 N 
S 2 8/10/1987 A 1 M N U82 
S 2 3/19/1987 A 1 P N B53 



H 2 11/04/1987 B 2 N 046 

H 2 10/15/1987 A 15 N 

H 2 4/12/1987 F 1 P N 

H 2 11/04/1987 B 2 N 046 

H 2 11/06/1987 D 10 P F U66 



H 2 2/08/1987 F 1 N 
H 2 3/29/1987 F 1 N 



H 2 11/22/1987 BUN 



S 2 5/01/1987 A 1 N X47 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



SUBJECTS 



D — MTE- 



PAGa276 
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3 I T 

E L Y 

C -F-G L P BYL 



SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 
rilJRH«H«EA iWTGAGE RATES 

Sr^^^.r^IG^l FOR a.3X HO^E HCRTGAGES 

DlRHArt-AREA hORTGAOE RATES 

ra.5?HAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES ^ ^ ^,,^^ 

Billed u^bor for builiers RB«I^s short 

DLIfHArt-AREA W3RTGA6E RATES 

[iLSWAH-AREA fW;TGAGE RATES 

R5?H#I1-AR£A MORTGAGE RATES 

DtKHAM-AR£A MORTGAGE RATES 

IIRK^^AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

tH^WAH-AREA M0RT.3AGE F^ATES 

DLRHArt-ARE-A MORTGAGE RATES 

DU«»^.yi-AREA MCRTiGAC-E F:ATES 
laj^H^yi-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

?^^-'^T^S'FlN YCll^ BEST INTOEST 

USWiH^'iA f«RTGAS£ RATES 
rW*4fJ1-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DLRHArt-iWEA r«RTi3AGE RATES 
IHCTAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
IXRHAM-AREA MQFTGAC-E RATES 
riLFJWH-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
Hia^ftM-AREA MCa^TGAGE RATES 

DURH(yHy;:EA mortgage Rj^TES 

ETo^^A^i'ir^B^^^L^ - ST^Y 'EM FIRST 
IWfKAM-AR-EA MORTGAGE RATES 
Dtl^4(y+-AP.EA MORT'GAGE RATES 

iwh<^varea mi^tc-ac-e rates 
dl5;'>-;am-area wdptgage rates 

lO^KffrAREA mortgage RATES 
IWl'HH/^AREh MORTGAGE RATES 
HJ^WAM-AREA MORTGAGE F:ATES 
KK4.V1-AREA MORT'GAGE RATES 
OFHAM-ARtA MORTGAGE RATES 
rUMWl-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
IW?HAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DUWrfWiREA MWTGAGE RATES 
rO?KAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
riKHjyi-ftR£A MORTGAGE RATES 
[!L?:H>^AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DIFJWHARIA M0RT;3AGE RATES 
DLJ^KyHiREA MORTGAGE RATES 
B15W«1-<«EA MORTGAGE Rj^TES 
DLRKW-AREA MCKTC-AGE RATES 
DLWAM-AREA MCKTGAGE RATES 
DtPvHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
rWWAM-AREA fCRTGAC€ RATES 

B^^'^E^fcT^'^O FAU SHARRLY IN 1988 
DLWAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
nURW^t-AREA rtORT:3AGE RATES 
IHJWyi-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

MCRTGA(£ RATES, N.C. 

^f^i Sortgage'rates^may^ha^e ^^ bo™ 

HOC mortgage rate I«OPFi^S F^S of Rff.i^'^^CING 

r£VELOF^E?f^ boom exfecteh on I-85 >£AR io<h/^ 

HOSll^ MARKET EXPECTED TO FAU SHARFIY IN 1983 

MGf<T»«E F:ATES, U.S. 

^SMALL^cSeS StE NATION'S RE^ ESTATE FIELD 

'^SE^SO DL'RKAM MORTGAGf BAN^£RS ASSOCIATION 
^ AL^ FEdSaL NATIONAL MORTON A:5SCCIATI0N 



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1/04/1937 F 
1/11/1987 F 
1/15/1987 B 
1/13/1987 F 



1 C 



1/25/1987 
1/25/1987 
2/01/1987 
2/C8/1987 
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 
4/12/'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 
6/14/1987 
6/21/1987 
6/23/1987 
7/05/1987 
7/12/1987 
7/19/1987 
7/26/1987 
3/02/1987 
3/C9/1987 
3/23/1987 
3/30/1987 
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 
: 12/03/1987 
! 12/a6/1987 
! 12/13/1987 
' 12/20/1987 



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F 
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F 

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F 

F 

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1/28/1987 B 

2/22/1987 F 

9/06/1987 F 

12/03/1987 B 



C 

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1 P N 
1 C N 
1 C N 
1 C N 
1 C H 

C 

C 

C 

C 

C 

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C 

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N 

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N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L41 

N 

N 

N 



N 
N 
N 
N L41 



H 2 3/15/1987 F 1 F U 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1997 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO HOME-EQUITY LOANS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, COSTS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, LOAN PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE FOREaOSURES 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE MORTGAGE BANKERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO VETERANS ADMINISTRATION MORTGAGES 

FIRST MORTGAGES SY SMALL-LOAN COMPANIES HIT 

FIRST-TIME BUYERS ELIGIBLE FOR 8.3X HOME MORTGAGES 

MISCELLiWEOUS EXPENSES DRIVE UP ClQSim COSTS 

CUSTOM-TAILORED MORTGAGES KEY TO MARKET TODAY 

375 TAR HEELS CAN GET 8. 5X HOME LOANS 

BANK WARNS HOMEOUNERS OF MORTGAGE RAUD 

COMPUTER PROGRAM FOCUSES ON REFINANCIfJG HOME MORTGAGES 

HOME-BUYING PROGR'AM LOWERS TAX WITHHELD 

LOAN PROGRAM GETS »50,000 FROM NCNB 

SHOULB YOU SELL THE CHICKEN HOUSE OR RtFINANCE YOUR MORTGAGE AT 10 1/2X? H 

MORTICIANS 

SEE ALSO FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND MORTICIAN ASSOCIATION OF N.C. 
SEE ALSO FUNERALS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND MORTICIANS ASSOCIATION 
AIDS VICTIMS' SURVIVORS FACE DISCRIMINATION 



MORTW THIOKOL 

WIDOW OF SHUTTLE PILOT FILES $1.5 BILLION SUIT 
SETTLEMENT REACHED IN ASTRONAUT'S DEATH 

MOSAIC 

'MONA LISA OF R'OMAN PALESTINE' IS DISCOVERED IN GALILEE DIG 

MOSCOW, RUSSIA 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION 
A WORLD-aASS PRANK 

RUSSIAN BEAR BEING BU22ED BY AIRPLANE (CARTOON) 
SANFORD: RAZING OF U.S. EMBASSY TO BE LAST RESORT 
SAffORD SAYS RAZING OF EMBASSY SHOULD BE ONLY THE LAST RESORT 

MOSCOW BALLET 
SEE ALSO BALLET 
THE RUSSIANS IN CHARLOTTE; MOSCOW BALLET OFOIS NEW VISTAS... 

MOSES CO^E HOSPITAL (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 
DOCTOR AND NURSE CLEARED IN LAWSUIT 

ADOPTED INFANT'S PAIN, DEATH LEAD FAMILY TO SPECIAL TRIBUTE 
$350,000 SETTLEMENT REPORTED IN INFANT'S DEATH 
COCHLEAR EAR IMPLANT LETS 10- YEAR-OLD BOY HEAR 
TEST-TUBE BABY BEATS 10-1 ODDS 

MOSLEMS 

SEE MUSLIMS 



MOSQUITO COAST (FILM) 

SEE 'MOSQUITO COAST' 



BEFORE YOU READ THE BOOK 



MOSQUITOES 

SEE ALSO INSECTS, PESTS 
IF MOSQUITOES TICK YOU OFF, DON'T FLEA, FIGHT BACK 
STUDIES INDICATE MOSQUITOES DON'T SPREAD AIDS 
RESEARCHERS STUDY LINK BETWEEN INSECTS, AIDS 
TIGER MOSQUITO FOUND IN TWO AREAS OF STATE 
TOWN SPRAYirC' TO BATTLE ASIAN TIGER MOSQUITOES 
IMPORTED BUGS A PEST 
IF Tt€ RAIN DOES NOT DRAIN, MOSQUITOES BECOME A PAIN 

MOST SERiajS PRODUCTIONS 

BILL IS FILED TO PROTECT CONCERT TICKET MONEY 

MOTaS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HOTELS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT, TRIANGLE MOTEL 



-DATE— 



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2 1/10/1987 A 


11 


H 


H 


2 1/15/1987 B 


2 


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H 


2 3/22/1987 F 




P N 


H 


2 3/29/1987 F 




N 


H 


2 5/10/1987 F 




N 


S 


2 6/18/1987 A 




N 


s 


2 7/13/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 11/22/1987 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 12/23/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 12/27/1987 B 


7 


U L41 



S 2 3/12/1987 A 1 N B85 



2 5/07/1987 A 19 N 
2 5/18/1987 B 1 P N 



H 3 8/19/1987 C 1 P N 



H 2 6/02/1987 A 4 E 

H 2 6/02/1987 A 4 T T 

S 2 8/25/1987 C 3 N 

H 2 3/26/1987 A 13 P N 



H 2 11/13/1987 D 9 P R L59 



H 


2 


1/09/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/08/1987 C 


17 


N 


H 


2 


7/26/1987 A 


?1 


N 


H 


9 


8/29/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


U/15/1987 B 


3 


N 



H 2 1/09/1987 D 



4/08/1987 
5/30/1987 
6/26/1987 
7/03/1987 
7/15/1987 
7/16/1987 
9/02/1987 



4 
1 
1 

16 
7 
4 
1 



H 2 5/06/1987 C 



R S66 



N 

N C60 
N W82 
N 
N 
E 
N 046 



N R53 



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



S U B J E 



COMMISSIONERS APPROVE ZONING FOR 1-40 ilOTa 
COMMISSIONERS OK MOTEL REZONING 

K^uhR^r^O^C^A^'^^^ ^^°ePoS^ETITIONS AGAINST REZONING 

RESERVATION^ SLOU FOR OL^«PICS^FESTIUAL 

HOTaS, MOTELS GROWING AROUND RESEARlH PARK 

COMMISSIONERS CROSS 1-40 LINE TO OK RQONING 

MOTEL OPENS AT HILLANIiALE ROAD, 1-35 „r*.,^, r 

BUSlfesS BUSTLING FOR' Li*RGER HOTELS, MOTELS IN TRIANGLE^ „,„^,„ 

DEVELOPER SEEKS SHOPPING CENTER, MOTEL ON U.S. 70 EAST OF DURHAM 

UaiONS TO RESUBMIT SHOPPING CENTER, MOTEL PLAN 

REZONING GRANTED BY COMMISSIONERS FOR SHOFfING AREA 

ROBBERS STRIKE AT TWO MOTaS 

MOTELS, N.C. 

^^ILL^N^oR:ESS TCENS IS SENT TO SUBCOMMITTEE 
MOTa CHAIN'S CENTER LEAVING N.C. 

MOTaS, U.S. 

^^Ma<°HaPS DETERMINE COSTS OF MOTa FANTASY 
WE'LL SEE YOU IN MCCOURT 

MOTHER EARTH NEWS (MAGAZINE) 

SEE ALSO MAGAZINES ,,„^ 

N.C. CO^ff■ANY TO PUBLISH NEW MAGAZINE „.„,-„>„- 
MOTHER EARTH TO BRING OUT AMERICAN COUNTRY MAGAZINE 

MnTi£R-OF-XHE-YEAR, DliRHAM 

MOTHERS OF THE YEAR NOMINATIONS SOUGHT 
NQill^TIOf^ SOUGHT FOR 1937 MOTHERS OF YEAR PROGRAM 
MOTHERS OF THE YEAR 
MOTHERS OF THE YEAR 

SEE ALSO BIRTHS, laEGITIMATE 
SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 
SEE ALSO SINGLE MOTHERS 
SEE ALSO SURROGATE MOTHERS 

^NC^^UDY^MAJORITY^OF MOTHER-. WITH 4-YEftR-OLDS ALSO HAVE .JOBS 
THE SPECS FOR A MOM; ALL BY DIVINE DESIGN-aCEPT FOR THE TEAR 
MOTHERING - WORLD'S MOST IMPORTANT JOB 
PROGRAM HELPS NEW MOTHERS COPE 

'SUPERMOM' FINDS TIME FOR CLASS AND KIDS ^^^^^^ ^,.^, . 
DIVORCED MOM SEEKS LOVING FAMILY TO ADOPT FORMER POSTER CHILD 
MOTHER-DAUGHTER RIVALRIES 
TENNIS CAN BE FAMILY AFFAIR 
CHILD CARE CRITICAL TO STATE 
VO.UNTEER'S WELCOME NEW MOTHERS 
MOTHER CHARGED WITH MURDEF:ING SON 
GO TO WORK AND LEAVE GUILT AND A HAPPY CHILD BEHIND 

MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNKEN DRIVING (MADD) 

SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING ^^,^ ,^^^^^ 

SEE ALSO STUDENTS AGAINST DRUNKEN DRIVING (SADD) 
MADD WILL SEEK MEASURES TO CURB DRUNKEN DRIVING^ 
STATE 'WAREHOUSING' ALCOHOLICS IN PRISON, FAR'OLE OFFICIAL SAYS 

REHABILITATION FOR DRUNKEN DRIVERS MAY REFIACE JAIL TERM 
JUDGE TOO LENIENT ON DUIS 
MADD SEEKS TOUGHER DWI LAWS 
WHAT TO GET MADD ABOJT 
MADD MEHING SET 

GROUf"'^LLING^n"dIFFERENT DIRECTIONS' IN BATTLE AGAINST DRUG... 
JUDGE'S DECISIONS RANKLE LAWMEN, MADD MEMBER'S 
JUDGE JOHNSON RENDEREIi RIGHT VERDICT 



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2/10/1987 C 


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2/10/1987 C 


1 


N i106 


H 


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3/03/1937 F 


1 


P P S76 


H 


2 


3/15/1937 C 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 


4/19/1987 C 


1 P N L41 


H 


9 


4/19/1987 C 


3 


N M97 


H 


2 


4/28/1987 B 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 


7/17/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


7/21/1987 A 


1 


N L41 


H 


9 


8/01/1987 A 


11 


N A54 


S 


2 


8/03/1987 C 


1 


N M06 


H 


n 


11/10/1937 C 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 


11/17/1987 B 


15 


N 



H 2 6/24/1937 A 10 N 
H 2 10/14/1987 A 12 N 



H 2 7/23/1987 B 4 P U L41 
S 2 9/26/1987 A 4 E 



S 2 1/17/1987 A 10 N 
H 2 1/18/1987 C 12 N 



S 2 3/07/1987 A 5 N 

H 2 3/03/1987 E 4 N 

H 2 5/03/1987 E 1 P F 

S 2 5/05/1987 B 1 P P M66 



ABUSE 



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5/02/1987 B 
5/10/1937 D 
5/11/1987 B 
6/19/1987 B 
6/25/1937 B 
7/23/1987 C 
8/04/1987 D 
8/11/1987 D 
9/05/1987 A 
9/29/1987 B 
10/26/1987 A 
12/03/1987 E 



1/22/1987 A 
1/22/1987 C 
3/12/1987 A 
3/12/1987 C 
3/24/1987 A 
3/24/1987 
3/27/1987 
4/29/1987 
4/30/1987 
5/06/1987 
5/13/1987 
5/19/1987 



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1 U G78 

2 P N C80 
1 P N U55 
R P N 

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P U A76 

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7 
4 
6 
4 
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4 
3 
4 
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N 

N 
L 

N R53 
L 

N B85 
L 
N 
L 
N 
' N S82 
L 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1937 



SUB 



HADD OFFICIAL ANGRY AFTER FATAL HIT-AND-RUN SENTENCE 

MANDATORY SENTENCES FOR DUI NEEDED 

DURHAM SUN TO BE COMMENDED FOR TWO EDITORIALS AGAINST IUJI 

DRIVERS AVOID JAIL BY GETTING DRINKING HELP 

WHERE WAS JUSTICE'' 

DIGILIO GETS SIX YEARS FOR MANSLAUGHTER IN TRAFFIC DEATH 

COURT OFFICIALS SAY DUI LAW LOOFWOLES BEING USED 

CONFISCATE DRUf^MN DRIVERS' AUTOMOBILES 

DRtJNK-DRIVING KILLERS DESERVE TIME IN JAIL 

LET'S 'TIE ONE ON' FOR DRIVIfJG SOBRIETY 

DATE OF EVENT INCORRECT 

MOTtCR'S CAPE (CHILD CAR£ CENTER) 
THORPE SELLS DAY-CARE CefTER 
STATE CLOSES CHIUi CENTER OVER LICENSE 



MOTHER'S DAY 

Hi SPECS FOR A mom: ALL BY DIVINE DESIGN- 
«0Tt€RIN6 - UORID'S MOST IMPORTANT JOB . 

MOTHS 



■EXCEPT FOR THE TEAR 



NOW IS TIME TO KILL BAGWORMS 

MOTION PICTUf^S 
SEE FILM INDUSTRY 

MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTIONS 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 
FERRETS BACK IN LEGISLATIVE DEBATE 
VEHICLE INSPECTION FEES INCREASING 5 CENTS 

MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 

SEE ALSO AUTO REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, PROPERH TAXES 

SEE ALSO LICENSE FIATES 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTIONS 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY TAXES, N.C. 

DURHAM ICLEGATION HEARS COUNCIL'S BIENNIAL WISH LIST 

BILL UOtO RAISE CASUEU VEHICLE LICENSE $10 

CARRBORO SENDING OUT CAR STICKERS 

MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

SEE ALSO AUTOS. PROFERH TAXES 
SEE ALSO LICENSE PLATES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 
SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS, PROPERTY TAXES 

COMMITTEE FAVORS BILL TO ALLOU HORSE, DOG RACES 

OXFORD, CREEDMOOR CAN INCREASE VEHICLE FEES 

PAhEL SIIETRACKS MOTOR VEHICLES TAX MEAUSRE 

HOUSE TABLES RESOLUTION HONORING OLIVER fCRTH 

HOUSE SUFfORTS FINE FOR Ui'LISTED VEHiaES 

HOUSE APPROVES PENALTY FOR UMISTED VEHICLES 

MOTORCYCLE DEATHS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, MOTORCYCLE 
fanfare: MOTORCYCLE DEATHS 
WOMAN CONVICTED OF EEATH-BY-VEHICLE CHARGE 
WOMAN TO PAY 4500,000 RESTITUTION IN FATAL WRECK 
MOTORCYCLIST IS KILLED IN COLLISION 
BUS CARRY^JG GEORGE JO^€S FATALLY INJURES MOTORCYCLIST 
DURHAM MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT KILLS MAN 
MOTORCYCLE HITS fdl£, KILLING DRIVER 

MOTORCYCLE GANGS 

SEE ALSO THE OUTLAWS (GANG) 
GANG MEMBER CONVICTED OF 2 MURDERS DIES IN PRISON 
THREE DURHAM HELL'S ANGELS ARRESTED IN FIVE-STATE PROBE 



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9 


5/27/1987 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


6/04/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


7 


6/08/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


1 


7/26/1987 B 


1 


N S32 


H 


2 


9/25/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


9/25/1987 B 


6 


N S32 


H 


2 


10/13/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


9 


11/18/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


12/10/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 





12/14/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


12/15/1987 A 


4 


N 


H 


3 


9/11/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


3 


9/12/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/10/1987 D 


5 


U G33 


H 





5/11/1987 B 


1 


U G73 


S 


2 


1/23/1987 B 


2 


F 



H 2 7/08/1987 B 2 N 
H 1 11/04/1987 C 1 N R'SS 



H 2 2.'07/1987 C 1 P N S51 
H 1 4/15/1987 B 1 N 
H 3 6/25/1987 B 1 N 080 



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H 
H 
H 
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2 

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2 

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7/02/1987 A 
7/11/1987 A 
7/17/1987 A 
7/22/1987 A 
7/23/1987 C 
7/24/1987 A 


16 

9 

12 

10 

18 
14 


N 

N fS3 
N R53 
N 

N L40 
N R53 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
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2 

2 
2 

9 

2 
2 


4/15/1987 B 
5/14/1987 B 
5/15/1987 A 
7/20/1987 C 
8/18/1987 B 
9/24/1987 A 
9/25/1987 C 


4 
1 
11 
2 
2 

1 F 
2 


N 

N S82 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 


H 
H 




8/07/1987 C 
11/11/1987 C 


6 
4 


N 
N M51 



-a630- 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



Y SUBJECTS 



PAGE1280 
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FBI AGENT SPENT TWO YEARS P0SI^«3 AS GANG tCMIO 

MOTORCYaE RACI^^ 

MQTOCRCSS SPECIALIST 

RIGGS RIDES HIGH IN MOTCCROSS WORLD 

TEEN-AGER ZOOMS TOUARIi RACING CAPEER 

^'^SEE^SJo HARLEY-DAVIDSON rtOTORt;YCLES 

TEDi-AGERS CHARGED AFTER MOTORCYCLES CHASE 

UNC ^^CN, ^ETY EXPERT URGE C;¥JTIQN ON MOTORCYCLES 

mi SENTCNCED FOR AHACKItJC MOTORCYCLIST WITH HIS CAR 

'CYCLE INJURIES' PAIN, COST LINGER 

BIKERS' RALLY A QUIET AFAIR 

TWEE TEE>JS CHAR-GEIi AFTER CHASES 

Ira TURNS SELF IN AFTER FOOT, MOTORCYCLE CHASE 

MAN FACES 10 CHARGES AFTER CHASE 

MOTT FOUf^DATION 

COLLEGES IfWITED TO SEEK GRANTS 

"°^A^ICANsV E^raUGH WARNINGS 

ffil^^roSTMS^AS^C^J^ ALL REVVEB L. 
SEVERAL N.C. CITIES TRY TO STOP CRUISING TREND 

S^'Io^Ie^'&Y FOF. ^ 'FOR SALE' SIGN 

MOUNT BETHa PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 
CrtJRO€S SET HOMECOMINGS 

MOUNT BET}£L UNITED METHODIST CHJRCH 
TUO EXCELLENT PROGRAMS 
MOJNT BETICL TO HOLD BAZAAR 

MOUNT BRiafT BAPTIST CHURCH _ _^ „„^^, 

STTJDdJtS at RISK POSE A PR-0BLEJ1 FOR BOARD 

*™^STO^STOPS WOMAN'S BID TO REACH TOP OF MOUNT EVEREST 

MOUNT FUJI 

SEE ALSO JAPAN 
OLDSTERS CAN COWETE, TOO 

MOUNT GILEAD BAPTIST CHURCH 

MOUNT GILEAD FtAf« ANNUAL SF'RIf«3 REVIVAL 

MOUNT fCRMON BAPTIST CHURCH _ 
aiiFM NAi€D CHUR-CH LEAIER 

'™^n"c!'^ARCHERS try TO LINK ACID RAIN TO FWNT EWIAGE 
T}£ DESTRUCTION OF MOUNT MITCHELL'S FQREhT 

MOUNT MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH 
BRUNSWICK STEW ON HBW 

"^'"'cS mS PRESSURE FR-OM 1-40 DEVaOPMENT 
TR^IC FLOW SF^S m U.S. 15-501 INTER-CHANGE 
DEVELOPERS DISCUSS FINANCING CHANGES 
TRAFFIC PROBLEMS GET ACTION, NOT REACTION 
ROAD PLANS ^ ^„, „, ^^,^ 

^°S^lES''K^'T0'Ris?DENTS''QUESTI0NS ON MOUNT MORIAH PLAN 
U.S. 15-501 FIANS WORRY LANDOWNERS 
NEW INTERCHANGE VIOLATES COUNTY'S LANtKJSE PLANS 
RIBBON-OITTING WILL CELEBRATE 1-40 SEGMENT 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 12/02/1987 A 11 P N 



S 2 4/14/1987 D 3 P P MO 
S 2 6/09/1987 D 3 P U A76 
S 2 8/25/1987 D 4 P N A76 



H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 



2 2/02/1987 C 

2 7/03/1987 C 

2 7/08/1987 A 

2 7/20/1987 C 

2 9/14/1987 B 

1 10/27/1987 C 

2 11/09/1987 B 
2 11/25/1987 C 



N 

n U80 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



H 2 10/30/1987 C 3 N 



2/'01/1987 D 
7/06/1987 B 
8/03/1987 B 
3/04/1987 A 
10/14/1987 B 
11/10/1987 D 



H 2 9/19/1987 A 6 I 



H 2 10/19/1987 A 4 L 
S 2 11/06/1987 A 8 N 



H 3 11/17/1987 B 1 N BIO 

H 2 12/01/1987 C 12 N 

S 2 8/04/1987 A 4 E 

S 2 5/16/1987 A 2 N 

S 2 2/10/1987 C 4 N 



2 8/11/1987 A 10 N 
2 11/03/1987 B IDF P30 



S 2 11/05/1987 A 6 P P L38 



5/26/1987 B 
6/05/1987 A 
6/05/1987 A 
6/08/1987 A 
4/16/1987 C 
6/17/1987 A 
6/19/1987 B 
6/19/1987 A 
6/23/1987 A 
6/29/1987 A 



1 

1 M 
1 
4 

1 M 
1 M 
3 

1 F 
4 
1 



N S51 
N H70 
N H70 
E 
N 

N W82 
N S51 
N •J82 
L 
N W82 



-0(630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



THOROUGHFAftE IDEA STRIKES SOUR CHORD UirH HARP GROUP 

FARRIN6T0N RESUOJTS OFfOSE INTERCHANGE 

MAYORAL HOPEFULS ENCOURAGE DOUNTOyN GROWTH, PROGRESS 

mum OLIVE, N.c. 

HAN SETS HIMSELF AFIRE 

GOV. MARTIN GETS HIMSaF IN PICKLE 

DOjS maul N.c. BOY 

TOUNS' DREAMS GONE AGLIMMERING AS lEVELOPER FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY 

MOUNT OLIVE COLLEGE 

WHITLEY MAKES GOOD USE OF LEROVER FUNDS 
MT. OLIVE 97, ACC 96 

MOUNT RUSHMORE NATIONAL MEMORIAL 

LARGER THAN A LIFETIME! DREAM LIVES THROUGH WIDOW 
14 YEARS OF TOIL, PERIL 
INDIANS DON'T WANT WHITE HAN'S STATUE 
DESECRATION OF SACRED HILLS 

MOUNT SYLVAN PURITAN aUB 
LIVE NATIVITY SCENE 

MOUNT SYLVAN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
BAZAAR ACTIVITIES 

MT. TIRZAH COMMUNITY 

PERSON BOARD VOTES TO GIVE BUILDING TO MORIAH vaU^JTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT 

MT. TIRZAH RESIDENTS WANT ZONING TO BLOCK QUARRY 

PERSON BOARD DELAYS ZONING DECISION, WILL TOUR QUARRIES 

BOAFli VOTES 5-3 AGAINST ZONING TO BLOCK QUARRY 

BOAFi IN PER-SON REJECTS ZONING TO BLOCK QUARRY 

Ql£STIONS RAISEIi ON PROPOSED RtlCK QUARRY 

PERSON EYEING JUNKTARD ORDINANCE 

GROUP WILL LOOK AT PERSON COUNTY RECREATION NEEDS 

HEARING SOUGHT ON QUAF:RY 

MT. TIRZAH UNITO METHODIST CHURCH 

MT. TIRZAH METHODIST CHURCH PLANS HARVEST SALE SATURDAY 

MOU^fTAIN AREA MANAGEMENT ACT 
SEE ALSO tESTERN N.C. 
MOJNTAIt^... DEVELOPMENT HAPHAZARD, UGLY IN UNC COUNTIES 

MOUNTAIN CLIMBING 

MOUNTAIN CLIMBER'S EYEBALLS CAN FREEZE 
SCALING THE WALL 
' STORM STOPS WOMAN'S BID TO REACH TOP OF MOUNT EVEREST 

MOUNTAIN DEW 500 

fanfare: DEWING IT 

MOUNTAIN LIONS 
SEE ALSO COUGAJ^S 
SEE ALSO LIONS 
SMOKIES SEARCHED FOR MOUNTAIN LIONS 

MOUNTAIN fERCANTILE 

WILKES COUNTY COMPANY HOPES TO SF'READ TASTE OF NORTH CAR^OLINA 

THE MOUNTAINEER (NEWSPAPER) 

W. CURTIS RUSS, EX-6EUSMAN 

MOUNTAINS 

SEE ALSO ROAN MOUNTAIN 
MOUNTAINS... DEVELOPMENT HAPHAZARD, UGLY IN WNC COUNTIES 
MOUNTAINS STILL LOOK BRIGHT 
LEAF-LOOKER'S WILL CROWD N.C. MOUNTAINS 
THE OLD UWHARRIES— N.C.'S OTHER MOUNTAINS 



— DATE — C 

7/21/1987 C 

7/21/1987 A 

10/23/1987 A 



2 4/19/1987 C 
2 10/09/1987 A 
2 10/29/1987 A 
2 12/29/1987 C 



2 3/25/1987 A 
2 12/19/1987 D 



2 7/26/1987 D 

2 7/26/1987 D 

2 7/31/1987 A 

2 8/06/1987 A 



PAGE1281 
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I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 

1 N S51 
1 N H70 
1 N H70 



7 N 

5 J R53 

1 N 

1 N 



4 E 
2 N 



1 P F B30 
1 P F B30 
4 L 
4 L 



12/22/1987 C 8 P P T32 



2 3/24/1987 A 
2 10/15/1987 A 



1/29/1987 B 
6/11/1987 B 
6/13/1987 C 
6/13/1987 B 
7/08/1987 C 
7/16/1987 B 
7/22/1987 C 
8/14/1987 



1 11/26/1987 B 



2 N 
6 P P L38 



N S80 
N 
N 

N 380 
N S80 
N H60 
N 

N S80 
N 



H 1 10/03/1937 B 1 N 



H 2 6/01/1987 B 3 N 



H 2 4/15/1987 B 1 P F N36 
S 2 7/21/1987 C 2 P P 
H 2 12/01/1987 C 12 N 



H 2 3/16/1987 D 4 N 



H 


2 1/01/1987 C 


17 


N 


H 


1 10/20/1987 C 


1 


^ N 


H 


2 1/19/1987 A 


3 





H 
H 
3 
H 


2 6/01/1987 B 
2 10/23/1987 D 
2 10/24/1987 C 
2 U/06/1987 D 


3 N 
9 N 
1 N 
10 P F W66 



-LX630- 



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1/01/1VS7 - 12/31/1587 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE1282 
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THIS WEEK'S LEAF REFGRT 

(fflVIE RATI1«S „ 

SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTF:Y 
GRAH«1 FILM COMING 

"°^'^ST^ DEFART^elT, HRMS DfW DIFFERENCES TO HELP NURSE 
S'^F?[^"SBl^y"D^SP^B.£CTIONS BY HELMS 

"^^ ^lbrFl€M'1o^& TANKER SPILLS^INTO im^AM SEVIER 
FIREFIGHTERS CHECK FOR RJ€S FOLLOUING SPILL 

rt?. DID 

CLEiW StEEP 

TVFY 'DID' IT' 

CUDE KNIGHT ('MR. DID') INDUCTED INTO HIGH ORDER 

DID DiaN'T 

GEHING READY 

MRS. PENNYFEATHERS PLAYERS 

FACTS C(WE ALIVE FOR CHILDREN 

^' SrD TEACHER WITH TAR HEa BACKGROUND HAS BRILLIANT r«y,'EL 



MUD 



BEFORE PLAYERS TAKE FIELD, W FtAYS OUT TI(£-HON0R£D TRADITION 



MUIi FLAF-S _ 

END FLAP OVER FLAPS 

mnSLINGING -^g ^gg y^^Q yoyyj -n^K rtUD 

GOV DUKAKIS' MISTAKE IN PER^P.^r^'V^'^r^In, n^^ 
UAR OF W3RDS CONTINUES BETUEEN FBLITICAL GROUPS 
OKSE NOT THE GOVERNOR 

mJGGINGS 

SEE ASSALUS, DIRHAM 

SEE ASSAU.TS, N.C. 

SEE ASSALITS, U.S. 

MUGiftWP PARH 

^CTIONS^BOARD"GET3 MIXED BAG OF PRESIICNTIAL HOPEFULS 

ItJIRHEAD FLA2A 
TUIGS OF ICE 
HOIY-DAY 

SPRINGTIME SPECIAL 
FILMING SLOWS DOl*rrOUN TRAFFIC 
HOINTOUN MAY EE REAL-ESTATE HOT bPQT 

MLiLES 

^0MER^^!PlIK£S HORSES, BUT MULES AR'E HIS REAL PRIDE 
HOW TO DISMOUNT FAST 
Ml^ RII£ BY WATKINS MAKES HIT 
MULE RIDER 
MU.E POWERED 

H^^^SOCIETY^Siy^OUSTED OVER HIGH DIVIh«5 ACT OF MULES 

fOlTIPLE BIRTHS 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH, RiARITIES 

SEE ALSO FERTILITY DRUG 



S I T 
N E ELY 
p D — DATE — C -F'G L P BYL 

H 2 11/06/1967 D 10 N 



H 2 10/30/1987 A 4 L 



H 1 7/18/1987 C 
H 2 7/21/1987 A 
H 2 9/10/1987 C 



H 2 11/14/1987 A 
S 2 11/14/1987 B 



H 2 4/26/1987 C 

S 2 4/27/1987 A 

H 2 5/03/1987 C 

S 2 10/22/' 1987 C 

S 2 11/25/1987 A 



S 2 1/20/1987 A 

H 2 8/02/1987 E 

H 2 7/07/1987 B 

S 2 3/13/1987 A 



3 N 
9 P N 
6 P N 



1 N M51 
1 N B53 



3 P F F70 
9 P P F70 
5 P N 
8 P P n2 
2 P P L38 



6 P F G59 

3 P R H45 
2 P N C52 

4 E 



H 2 5/ 12,' 1987 A 4 L 

H 2 10/05/1987 A 4 E 

H 2 10/23/1937 C 1 N S51 

H 2 12/14/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 12/14/1987 B 4 N 



H 


2 


2/10/1987 C 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 


3/03/1987 A 


3 P P M66 


S 


n 


4/30/1987 A 


6 P P M66 


S 


n 


3/17/1987 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


12/29/1987 A 


1 P N li)82 


H 


n 


5/23/1987 C 


1 N N36 


H 


n 


6/10/1987 C 


3PP ^ 


H 


1 


7/31/1987 B 


1 P N S80 


H 


i. 


3/01/1987 C 


1 P P 


S 


-J 


9/12/1987 A 


3 P P 


H 


1 


10/16/1987 C 


4 P P 


H 


n 


10/22/1987 C 


7 N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO QUAIiRUftETS 
SEE ALSO TUIiVS 

QUADS ARE BORN TO GRANVILLE UOMAN 

GRANVILLE QUABS FARING UELL AT ^e^ORIAL 

'QUAD SQUAD' HELPS EASE 4 INTO UORLD 

FOURSOME FUN STUFF, SAYS DURHAM COUPLE 

BABY BOOM-BOOM-BOOM-BCOM SURPRISES MOM 

QUADS REPORTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION TODAY 

WLTIPLE LISTING SERVICE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BOARD OF REALTOR'S 
MU.TIPLE LISTING SERVICES MIGHT MERGE NEXT YEAR 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 

MS. aLIS HEADS FUND-RAISER 

AUTHOR DESCRIBES SPIRITUAL JOURNEY FROM PAIN TO PEACE 

MUMMIES 

DIG UNEARTHS fWiMY, STRAN(^ CREATURES 

ItJNICH, WEST GERMANY 

PLA^E CRASH IN GERMANY KILLS 8, DESTROYS MCDONALD'S 

fftJNICIPAL BONDS 

SENATE COMMITTEE AGAIN REVISES TAX PACKAGE 
BONDS MAY HELP PARENTS PAY CHILDREN'S TUITION 
THE mi BOND LAW CATALYTIC 
N.C. TAX-FREES' YIELD REACHES S.4 PERCENT 

MURALS 

MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN HISTORY 
ARTISTS AT WORK 

mjRDER, CHAPEL HILL 

HIGH COURT UPHOLDS WRIGHT CONVICTION 

WIFE INDICTED ON MURItR CHARGE IN HUSBAND'S ICATH 

SLAIN MAN DESCKIBEIi AS LIf<EABLE, DRUG SELLER 

SLAIN MAN reSCRIBED AS Llh^EABLE SELLER OF UW.IKEABLE THINGS 

ARREST MADE IN ORANGE MURDER CASE 

MAN CHARGED WITH MUR'DER IN SHOOTING 

NO PROBABLE CAUSE FOUND IN MURDER CHARGE 

RESENTENCING ORDERED FOR KILLER OF 8-YEAR-OLD 

MURDER, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO INVaUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE ^SO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., MURDER 

3 INDICTED ON MURDER CHARt^S 

PAIN LINGERS FROM HIGH SCHOOL SLAYING 

MAN f€LD ON CHARGE OF MURIER 

MAN IN JAIL WITHOUT BOND IN EX-HOUSE MATE'S DEATH 

GRAND JURY INDICTS TWO FOR MURDER 

mums FILED TO RULE OUT DEATH PENALTY FOR JUVENILE 

WOMAN IS CHARGED WITH [£C. 5 KILLING 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPFtRS 

GOVERNOR OFFERS RtWARD IN SLAYING 

DOCTORS SAY UPSHUR LACKS MATURITY 

COMPETENCY OF MURDER DEFENDANT AF:CUED IN COfJRT 

COMPETBCY EVALUATION ORDERED FOR HLIRDER ICFENDANT 

ACCUSED TEEN BEGINS MENTAL TESTS 

MAN SLAIN IN DOUD ST. HOME 

WaiAN FELD FOR KILLING 

MAN KILLED, WIFE HURT IN SHOOTING 

WOMAN CHARGED IN FATAL SHOOTING 

MAN KILLEIi, WIFE INJURED IN AMBUSH 

MURDERER GETS 25 YEARS AFTER PLEA 

WOMAN GCTS THR'EE-YEAR TERM FOR MANSLAUGHTER IN SHOTTING 

riURHAM COUNTY MAN FQUNIi SHOT TO DEATH 

DURHAM MAN FOUND SLAIN ON CAMDEN COUNTY ROAD 

DUR'HiW CRIMESTOFfERS 



-DATE— 



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I T 

L Y 

•PG L P BYL 



1/05/1987 
1/05/1987 
1/06/1987 
1/06/1987 
5/04/1987 
5/04/1987 



1 N 
1 N B85 
1 P N L90 
1 P N 580 
1 N S80 
7 N 



H 2 12/27/1987 F 1 D N 



S 2 3/11/1987 A 15 N 
H 2 4/18/1987 A 7 F P38 



S 2 6/11/1987 B 1 P U S92 



H 2 8/12/1987 A 1 P P 



H 2 6/20/1987 D 4 N 

H 2 7/30/1987 B 1 N N36 

H 2 8/08/1987 A 4 E 

H 2 10/11/1987 D 14 N 



H 
S 


2 

9 


1/30/1987 B 
11/27/1987 A 


3 P P T37 
16 P P K30 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 
3 

2 

3 

3 
3 
3 


3/05/1987 B 
8/04/1987 B 
8/21/1987 B 
3/21/1937 B 
8/22./1987 C 
8/22/1987 C 
9/10/1987 B 
11/06/1987 C 


1 P N L40 
1 N 030 
5 N BIO 
1 N BIO 
1 N BIO 
1 N BIO 
1 P N W27 
1 N L40 



S 


9 


1/06/1987 B 


1 


N T85 


S 


9- 


1/09/1987 C 


1 


N TS5 


H 


2 


1/1^'1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


9 


1/12/1987 C 


1 





H 


2 


1/21/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


1/29/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


1/31/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


9 


2/02/1987 C 


1 


Q 


S 


2 


2/02/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


2/04/1987 A 


1 


N T85 


H 




2/04/1987 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


2/05/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


2/05/1987 C 


1 


N TS5 


H 


n 

i. 


2/13/1987 A 


18 


N 


S 


o 

jL 


2/13/1987 A 


1 


U TS5 


S 


? 


2/14/1987 A 


1 


N T85 


H 


n 


2/14/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


? 


2/15/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 




2/26/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


o 


3/06/1987 B 


3 


N S82 


S 


9 


3/06/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/06/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


n 


3/09/1987 C 


1 


G 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
- 12/'31/1987 



S U B J 



PASSERBY SLAIN AT ROBBERY 

UFSHU^ WILL STAND TRIAL FOR MURDER 

I1LRDER yiCTIM IDEhfflFIED 

Fa^E i:f'TN|s'S^^§?F^ i^INST DEATT^ PENALTY IN UPSHUR CASE 

^^ EfY^S^'^'^f I^Km^ mm.^ 

Yarm FCLWD ABLE TO STAND tiURDER' TRIAL 

rufi-HAM COJRT I£NIES MOTIONS i-OR UF'SHUR 
S SAY .'l^^^ED rtW< MAY m^ UITNESSED RBBBERY 

J&m ck-E JtSY SELECTION STARTS fWiDAY 

Sr ARRAIGNED) JURY SELECTION MAY START MONDAY 

MAN BEATEN TO DEATH IN DLiRHAM 

mt !£ATEN TO [£ATH 

maSR CHASGED IN BAPY'S rEATH 

f"AN CHARGEIi UITri If'FANTICIie 

UPSHJR F£XCTS PLEA BARGAIN 

jIySELECTION begins in IJ^-SKUR MURHro CASE 

#SHl^ TRIAL STILL AUAITS JURY SEATIr«3 

R-EUARDS OFFERED IN TWO SLAYINGS _^ ^ ^„. 

STATEAPPROVES 5 JLIRY CANDIDATES IN UPSH.fR TRIfy. 

PRtSECUTION OKS 11 PR-CSF£CTIVE .UR-CRS 

CHtXJSING OF UFmSi OJRY CONTINUES 

Im SELECTION SLDU IN STABBIM5 TRI/^ 

fm S^S ^ATED FW UF^UR TRIAL ON MURDER 04ARflE 

JU^Y aCSTIDNIW CCffTIfCtES IN f^'l?,'^'^*^,.-,^,^ p.^r 

STATE OKS SIX iiCFh F-RlSF-ECTIVt JUR-ORS IN bfortJR CASE 

4 MC^B£ UPSHUR XFCRS UlESTIOfEJ 

UPSHLK JURCSS QlER'IEIi , ,,^^ ^^.^_ 

OTfTOITION TO DEATH PENALTY SLOWS URY PICKo 

UF-SHU? JbT;Y SEATS 4 HCSE 

FiFATH SF^■T'^J^E •••EEISi 

4rtORE JJR-W.'S AF£ APPR-OVED IN UFSHl^ »^'^J/^^.., 

JUICE dS^ESHISRIAL 10TICN IN b>-SHUR'S MiRDER. TRIAL 

i^ raSTINlis FOR FOUR- «SE .lUR-CRS IN LIPSWJR' TRIAL 

4SFATS CT-EN^ l^'SR*: J!RY ELECTION HITS 9TH m 

Ji^IaTED FOR JURY^'Jf4;R TRIAL ON ^*^ER CHAFfiE 

YrySTILL INCOWLETE i^OR TEEN'S i1ll^DER TRIAL 

i^TRIA^ 5^ SEATED, PJIDfNCE TO BEGIN MONDAY 

1^1^ RAPE, mi& TRIAL TESTIMON-Y TO ££GIN 

DIRHAM CRIftSTOfftRS 

^^S'-^^^'^N ^SSt^AM^JSH in '^ICH HAN UAS KIL1£D 

St^tI^s^^es ^^H^ 'M^'^^'^^' 
CHn^D TOINTS TO ^J-Smi 't€ HURT ME yiTH A KNIFE' 
F-OLICE SAY UPSHUR AltllTS KIL^If^ 
iS.OOO REWARD SET FOR -UFItF: TIP'S _ . 
PpfflrORllNTRmCE CCNFESSIGN BY UPSHUK 
PSYCHIATRIST SAYS LfSHLK SANE DURING STABBINK 
Jli^Y DELIBERATING IN MLiRTCR TRIAL OF 17-YEAR-OLD 
miRa JlIoR TOTF0r€3 UFSHIK le^IBKATIONS 
TEEN-AGER SOUGHT IN Ar'.BUSH SLAYING TiJRNS HIMSELF IN 
Jilt3R'S INJJRY DELAYS .PjSriUR ^^'f-Jf^l}^^,,,^ 
2Mi TEEN-AGER' CHAhi;-ED IN FEB. A,1SUSH SLAYING 
REiARIi NOW t6,:00 IN 3TUI€NT'S I«TH 

:j|i^ S. 'jSkI' GRiis SlAL^^ FOREMAN TAU.;3 ^ 

rK: UFSHU^rtllr^AL TO AI« EXF'ENSE TO ALREADY COSTLY CASE 

TH;-FAT of iCONTDtPT UOULD MfZZLE JURWvS „„^^ 

iH^il!P?HUR TRIAL cSti Y IN MONEY, EMOTIONAL STRESS 

if Ik/s'sTIlTsOeSTICNInG JJR'Y FCREMAN'S CO-«ORKERS 

MAKIi* JURORS PAY MAY KEEF' THEM QUIET 

MAN FOUWl SHOT TO ICATH 

tS rEN CHARGED IN SHOTGUN SLAYING „„^^,^ ,, 

THIRD ARREST IN SHOTGUN SLAYING IS -JUVENILE, 15 

JJVENILE CHARGEIi IN 3H0TGIJ< SLAYING 

DEATW SefTENCES UI0L;»TE RIGHT TO LIFE 

^Y SELECTION BEGINS IN JAKES' MUFKER TRIAL 

H^ERDEFENDAfff [OIE3 I'£LI&eRATELY RUNNING OVER HAN 



C T S 


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S 


I "f ^ 


N E E 


LY m 


p D — DATE — C -F-G L P BYL V 


H 2 3/16/1987 C 


1 ** ^ 


S 2 3/16/1987 A 


1 N T85 


S 2 3/16/1987 A 


1 N T85 


H 2 3/17/1987 C 


1 N 


H 2 3/17/1987 C 


1 N S82 


S 2 3/17/1987 A 


1 P P T85 


H 2 3/18/1987 B 


3 N 


H 2 3/18/1987 C 


1 N S82 


S 2 3/18/1937 A 


1 N T85 


S 2 3/18/1987 A 1 


17 N 


S 2 3/19/1987 A 


1 N 


H 2 3/19/1987 B 


1 N S82 


H 2 3/20/1987 A 


12 N 


S 2 3/20/1987 C 


6 


H 2 3/21/1987 C 


1 N 


S 2 3/21/1987 A 


10 N 1 


S 2 3/23/1987 A 


1 P N T85 


H 2 3/24/1987 B 


1 N S82 


S 2 3/24/1987 A 


1 P N T35 


H 2 3/24/l'?e7 B 


1 ^ ^ 


H 2 3/25/1987 C 


1 N S82 


S 2 3/25/1987 C 


1 P N T85 


H 2 3/26/1987 B 


1 N S82 


S 2 3/26/1987 C 


1 N T85 


H 2 3/27/1987 C 


7 N S32 


S 2 3/27/1987 C 


1 N T85 


H 2 3/28/1987 B 


9 N S82 


S 2 3/28/1987 A 


3 N 


S 2 3/30/1987 A 


1 N T85 


H 2 3/11/1987 C 


1 N S82 


S 2 3/11/1987 A 


1 P N TS5 


H 2 4/01/1987 A 


4 L 


H 2 4/01/1987 A 


10 N S82 


S 2 4/01/1987 C 


1 N T85 


H 2 4/0-2/1987 B 


10 N S82 


S 2 4/02/1987 C 


1 N T85 


H 2 4/03/1987 A 


13 N 532 


S 2 4/03/1987 C 


1 P N T85 


H 2 4/04/1987 C 


1 N S82 


S 2 4/04/1987 A 


1 N T85 


H 2 4/06/1987 C 


1 ° „ 


S 2 4/06/1987 A 


1 P N T35 


H 2 4/07/1987 B 


1 N 


H 2 4/07/1987 B 


1 N S32 


S 2 4/07/1987 A 


1 N TS5 


H 2 4/08/1987 C 


1 N S82 


S 2 4/03/1987 A 


1 P N T85 


S 2 4/08/1987 A 


7 N 


H 2 4/09/1987 B 


1 H S82 


S 2 4/09/1987 A 


1 N TK 


H 2 4/10/1987 B 


1 HS82 


S 2 4/10/1987 A 


1 N T85 


H 2 4/11/1987 C 


1 N 


H 2 4/11/1987 C 


1 N S82 


S 2 4/11/1987 C 


1 N 


H 2 4/13/1987 B 


1 N f«l 


S 2 4/13/1987 A 


1 N T85 


H 2 4/14/1987 A 


1 N S82 


S 2 4/14/1987 A 


1 P N T85 


H 2 4/15/1987 A 


4 E 


H 2 4/15/1987 B 


1 N S82 


S 2 4/15/1987 C 


1 N 


S 2 4/16/1987 A 


4 E 


H 2 4/20/1987 B 


1 N 


H 2 4/23/1987 B 


1 N 


H 2 4/25/1987 B 


1 N 


S 2 4/27/1987 A 


7 N 


H 2 5/06/1987 A 


4 L 


H 2 5/06/1987 C 


5 N _ 


H 2 5/07/1987 B 


1 N S82 



-U620- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1987 - 12A51/1937 



BY S U B J 



JURY DELIBERATES MURDER CASE 

HIT i RUN I£ATH BRINGS LIFE-PLUS TERM 

MAN FCXMi SHOT TO DEATH IN PARK 

POLICE SOLICIT HELP 

MURDER'S DROP, ASSAULTS RISE IN THE CITY 

DON'T EXECUTE UPSHUR 

MAN, 71, CHARGED IN SLAYING OF BROTHER 

CHARGE REDUCED TO 2NIi-I;EGR£E MURHER AGAINST ANTHONY ROSS, 15 

.MICE'S FINDINGS EXPECTED ON JURY FOREMAN 

JUDGE RILES UFSHUR JUROR WAS IN CONTEMF'T OF COURT 

JUDGE PtWISHES JURY FOREMAN 

HALF BROTHER OF UPSHUR CHARGED IN THREE 3LAYINGS 

POLICE CHARGE WIFE WITH KILLING MATE 

HUSBAND KILLED WITH BUTCHER KNIFE j UIFE IS CHARGED 

GIRLFRIEND SOUGHT IN FATAL STABBING 

STABBED MAN DIES; POLICE SEEK FRIE^a) 

JUVENILE ESCAFS INDICTED FOR MURDER tiURING ROBBERY 

WOMAN SURRENDERS ON MURDER CHARGE 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 3 FOR mP'DER 

COJRT ORDERS NEW SENTENCING HEARING IN SLAYING CASE 

CONVICTION IN 1984 DUR:HAM KILLING UF-HELIi BY STATE SUPREME KURT 

CCajRT HEAR'S DURHAM DEATH CASES 

MIRDER CHARGE DROF'FED AGAINST DENTIST'S WIDOW 

GIRLFRIEND FINDS MAN SLAIN IN BED 

GIRLFRIEND FACES MURDER CWlRGE IN SHOOTING 

CHARGE AGAINST UILKERSON DROPPED IN BROWNING DEATH 

WOMAN CHARKD WITH CONSPIRACY IN MAN'S SLAYING 

WOMAN ARRESTED FOR CONSPIRACY 

DUWAM MAN GETS 15-YEAR SENTBCE IN BEATING DEATH 

MAN GETS 15-YEAR SENTENCE FOR MURDER 

MAN, 71, INDICTED IN BROTHER'S ICATH 

INFORfWTION BEING SOUGHT IN DURHAM MAN'S MURDER 

*5,0OO REWARD OFFERED IN WAITER'S MURI£R 

WOMAN INDICTED ON CONSPIRACY IN MURIiER' CASE 

FOJR-WNTH ACTIVE TERtI FOR ACCESSORY TO MURDER 

WITNESS RECANTS VITAL TESTIMONY IN MURDER TRIAL 

NEW TRIAL [ENIEDj RECANTATION 'NOT TRUE,' JUIiGE SAYS 

WOMAN INDICTED FOR MURDER 

MURDER TRIAL HEARS SELF-DEFENSE TESTIMONY 

MURDER TRIAL GOES TO JURY 

JUIIGE DECLAR-ES MISTRIAL 

REQUEST FOR FEMALE LAWYER GRANTED 

JUJY SPLITS; MISTRIAL DECLARED 

CONVICTED MURDERER SEEKS $300,000 IN PROPERTY 

MURDERER LOSES BID C-N CONSENT JUtCMENT 

JUDGE SUSPENDS SENTENCE FOR WOMAN'S PLEA IN KILLING 

GRAND JURY RETURNS MURDER INDICTME^JT 

WOMAN SLAIN NEAR CHURCH AFTER SERVICE 

FaiCE SEEK WOMAN'S KILLER 

MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING AT CHURCH 

2 MORE CHARGED IN DEATH AT CHURCH 

MRS. GILLIE CALLED CHEERfUL, GENERBUS 

TWO MORE SUSPECTS CHAR-GED WITH MURDER 

HEARING SET IN GILLIE CASE 

FUNERAL FOR MURDER VICTIM 

HEARING SET FOR SEPT. 10 IN SLAYING OF DORIS GILLIE 

INTIMIDATION HIKES BOND TO $500,000 

MANCUSO AWAITS CHANCE TO APPEAL 

DURHAM MAN SHOT, KILLED IN ARGUMENT 

HER life: LOVING SERVICE 

FIRST-DEGREE MURICR CHARGE FILED IN SHOOTING 

MAN m.h IN FATAL SHOOTING HAS 1ST COURT APPEARANCE 

NCCU FACES $100,000 SUIT IN SHOOTING DEATH OF STUDENT 

DOMINO'S PIZZA MANAGER, 26, FATALLY SHOT DURING ROBBERY 

TRIAL BEGINS FOR UGMAN, BROTHER CHARGQi IN SLAYING 

MOTIONS DENIED IN MURDER CASE 

PIZZA MANAGER'S SLAYING INTERRUPTED PHONE CALL TO MOM 

A 'HOUSEWIFE EXTRW3RDINAIRE' 

WITNESSES OF SLAYING RECALL SCENE 

WITNESSES SAY MAN FIRED SHOTS 



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N S82 


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2 


5/10/1987 C 




N 


H 


9 


5/12/1987 B 




N 


H 


9 


5/12/1987 C 




N 


H 


9 


5/15/1987 A 




L 


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9 


5/24/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


5/27/1987 B 




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9 


5/23/1987 B 




N S82 


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9 


5/28/1987 A 




P N T85 


H 


2 


5/29/1987 A 




P N S82 


H 


2 


5/29/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


5/29/1987 C 




N T85 


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9 


5/30/1987 C 




N 


H 


9 


5/31/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


6/01/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


6/02/1987 C 




N S82 


H 


2 


6/02/1987 C 




N 


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N T85 


H 


2 


6/03/1987 C 




N L40 


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N R53 


S 


2 


6/03/1987 A 




N 


H 


9 


6/04/1987 B 




N S82 


H 


2 


6/07/1937 C 




N 


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2 


6/10/1987 C 




N 


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2 


6/11/1987 B 




N 


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2 


6/26/1987 B 




N 


S 




6/26/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/30/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


6/30/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


7/07/1987 B 


5 


N 


S 


9 


7/13/1987 A 


1 


N 385 


H 


2 


7/14/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


9 


7/21/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/21/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 B 


1 


N S32 


H 


2 


7/24/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/04/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/05/1987 B 


4 


N 382 


H 


2 


8/06/1987 D 


7 


N 382 


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2 


8/06/1987 C 


1 


N B85 


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2 


8/07/1987 B 


3 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/07/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


8/11/1987 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/13/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/18/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


8/18/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


8/20/1987 B 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 


8/20/1987 A 


1 1 


P N 


H 


2 


8/21/1987 B 


1 1 


P N A54 


S 


2 


8/21/1987 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


8/21/1987 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


3/22/1987 C 


1 1 


' N M51 


S 


2 


8/22/1987 A 


1 1 


■• N B53 


H 


2 


8/25/1987 B 


8 P P S76 


S 


2 


3/25/1987 C 


1 1 


-• N B53 


H 


2 


8/26/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


8/27/1937 A 


1 1 


=■ N B53 


S 


1 


8/27/1987 A 


1 i 


=• N B53 


H 


2 


8/28/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


3/23/1987 A 


20 


N 


S 


2 


3/23/1987 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


3/30/1987 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


3/31/1987 B 


1 P N rtSl 


H 


2 


9/01/1987 B 


15 


N S82 


H 


9 


9/01/1987 B 


15 


N 


H 


2 


9/01/1987 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


9/02/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


9/02/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


9/02/1987 C 


1 


N B53 



-U630- 



HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/19S7 - 12^31/1?S7 



SUBJECTS 



RESTAURAf^T OFFERS REWARD IN r^IER 

HOUERTON'S HURDER A SLAP IN CITf'S FACE 

PinA CmiN 0FFEr>-3 55,000 REWARD IN MA'^AGER'S SLAYIfffi 

DEFENDANT EXRAIffS SHCCTI^fG 

UIDOU, BR'OTm SENT TO F'RISON FOR SLAYING 

REWARD I3FFERED IN HOtCRTON SLAYIf« 

ra^« TOTAL $10,000 IN DOMINO'S SLAYING 

reSTMJRATE'^'S OFFER' $S,OCO FOR mm TIP 

mWCR CHARCES DR-OFf-ED ACAINbT PAIR 

1 IN GILLIE SLAYING STILL FACING CmRKS 

HE/«It« IN GILLIE MLRI£R IS POSTPC^El 

S^-0^, NOT BITTER?€SS, FOLLO'WS TRAGEDY 

ri^^r^RLFKIEND, T^IHSOF 

?M^ l^E'li^^X^i"^^ CHAR^. IN .™ SLAYING 

'ReSfO^'IfENDANtIeNTDCED to 10 YEARS FOR KILLING GIRLFRIDffi 

S S^SlCT^N '^'m "iM^ DUKE UNIVERSITY^^^^^ 
FI^T^DEGR-EE HURKRINDICTICNT R£T^h£D^ ^^.S^}!*1 f L^^S 
jSgE ISSL€S UAF:NING as Jl^Y SELECTION BEGINS IN i^RItR TRIAL 
J^Y SELECTION GOES ON IN AMBUSH HIMER CASE „,,,„„ 

m\ aATED IN TRIAL OF LtBNER, STAU.IN63 ON HURIO CHARGES 

tajNitD mm testifies in hinder trk^. 

ARISIST MAIiE IN DnMIl'iO'S SLAYING 

SeD^^ [£SCR:IEES SLAYIf4C OF HER,HU|EAND 

?^ ^£LD IN DOMINO'S KILLM TO BE IN iXURT 

TiU£ OF TVS. KILLER WO CJ^I€ K!{€ 

l^DER-TRI^ UITfCSS SAYS HE SAri MEN FIRE SHDTS 

SWL^ITIES LED TO POPE «<REST FOR MULDER 

NCCO REEFS UP SEDJRIH FORCES __^ 

wmCSS SAYS SUSF£CT RAN FR'OM AMBUSH SCEi€ 

tCARING SET IN DOMINO'S fS.CTcR i:ASE 

^A^NT; 2 SHOTGUNS FIRED IN SLAYING ^ 

UITNE^ SAYS lSnER ALMTTED AMBUSH SLAYING 

rCFENi TR ES TO WRESS. IfiFORMANT'S TESTIMONY 

lSjYERS APaC VJ£R JAIL TALK IN MURDER CASE 

TWEE^^E^ TERM IMPOSED IN DURHAM STABBING lEATH 

TKTIMCNY ABOUT JAIL CON^'ERSATIONS ALLOWED IN MURI'ER TRIAL 

lawyers debate witness' statefent 
dSant quoted: 'I i-one kil^P o^ '?^n' 
lawyer's grill witness in teens' murder trial 

5a?^15f^r'm^^^?SId ON ML.DER TRIAL TESTIMONY 
2 BROT>£RS CHARGED IN STASBING lEATH 
TV EDITOR TESTIFIES AECUT BPGADCftSTS 
WITNESS SAYS LOC-fCF; RECEI'vEH GUN FRW HIM 
BROT>£RS CHARKD IN STABBIf^ DEATH 
KTECTIVE TAKES STAND IN ftJRDER TRI^ 
MFENSE WITf€SSES TESTIFY IN MURDER TRIAL 
HEARING POSTPONED IN DCMDffl'S SLAYING ^„,^,„ 

DffENSE LAWYERSTRY TO REFUTE FIJOSECUTION TESTIMONY 
STATES WITNra IN MURIER TRIAL LABELS 'SNITCH' 
[EFENSE COMPLETES CASE IN MURDER TRIAL 
EVIDENCE ENDS IN HURDER TRIi^-, BONDS REVCKO 
SUIT NAfES DUKE ^ 

TEi-AGi-S^GEf26 YEARS FOR fffWCOMB SLAYING 
GRjWD JURY INDICTS 2 MEf^ FOR ilURDER 
JUDGE DENIES MOTION PRCM TRANbSEXUAL 

?EKi^Ti^?^Sp^ mM^^bM RULES OUT lEATH FENALH 

^T^il^D^^^S^^A^i^l^f^^^rCR^, 

WIFE OF MAN GUNNED TOWN IN AMBUSH! 'HE oAVED MY LIFE' 

REPORTERS ARE COMMDJDED 

REPORTED CRIME DIPS IN CGWTY „^^„,^^ 

fajRDER CHARt3E AGAINST WGMWJ IS DISMISSED 

FIFE FACES 2ND CHARCE OF mSER 



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9/02/1987 
9/02/1987 
9/03/1987 
9/03/1987 
9/04/1987 
9/04/1987 
9/05/1987 
9/05/1987 
9/06/1987 
9/07/1987 
9/10/1987 
9/11/1987 
9/11/1987 
9/14/1987 
9/14/1987 
9/15/1987 
9/15/1987 
9/15/1987 
9/15/1987 
9/16/1987 
9/16/1987 
9/16/1987 
9/17/1987 
9/18/1987 
9/13/1987 
9/19/1987 
9/19/1987 
9/19/1987 
9/20/1987 
9/21/1987 
9/21/1987 
9/22/1987 
9/22/1987 
9/22./ 1987 
9/22/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/24/1987 
9/25/1987 
; 9/25/1987 
; 9/25/1987 
; 9/26/1987 
' 9/28/1987 
I 9/29/1937 
; 9/29/1987 
' 9/29/1987 
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' 9/30/1987 
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I 9/30/1987 
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2 10/01/1987 
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2 10/03/1987 
2 10/03/1987 
2 10/05/1987 
2 10/06/1987 
2 10/06/1987 
2 10/06/1987 
2 10/06/1987 
2 10/06/ I'J'S? 
2 10/07/1987 
2 10/07/1987 
2 10/07/1987 
2 10/13/1987 
2 10/13/1987 
2 10/14/1987 
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E 
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N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N K-SS 
N 

N M51 
N 

N B53 
L 
N 

N fSl 
N B53 
N S32 
L 
N 

N B53 
N L40 
N S82 
N S82 
N S82 
N S82 
N E53 

-■' N ^Sl 

N S32 

'■■ N 153 

? U L57 

N B53 

N E53 

P N N16 

N S82 

N 

N B53 
N S32 
N B53 
N S82 
N 
P N S82 
P N £63 
N S82 
N B53 
I 

N 382 
N B53 
N 

H £82 
N 

N E53 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N £82 
N 1-53 
N £32 
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N B53 
P N S82 
N 

N S82 
N B53 
N 153 
N S82 
N 
P N S82 
L 

N M51 
N ^2 
N S53 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1937 



SUB 



ACCUSED MAN MAY FACE EXECUTION 

POLICE CHARGE MAN IN STABBING DEATH 

DU?HA« RESIDENT STABBED TO DEATH) NEIGHBOR CHARGED 

MURDER TRIAL SET TO BEGIN 

FIRST-DEGR-EE MURDER TRIAL BEGINS IN SHOOTING DEATH OF STORE CLERK 

DEATH FBIALTY QUESTIONS POSED DURING JURY SELECTION 

3 'DEATH-QUALIFIED' JURIES ARE SEATED IN MURDER TRIAL 

3 JURORS ARE SEATED IN TRIAL 

3 MORE JURORS ARE APF'ROVED IN MURDER TRIAL 

7 JURBR-S SEATED 

8 JU<ORS CHOSB'I FOR TRIAL 

MAN WITH A KNIFE THREATENS STORE CLERK TALKIfffi ON PHONE 

12 JURORS CHOSEN TO HEAR EVIDENCE IN MURDER TRIAL 

TESTIMONY BEGINS TODAY IN MURDER TRIAL 

WITNESSES DESCRIBE SHOOTI^« SCENE 

MURDER TRIAL ICFB-JDANT SAID HE MIGHT COMMIT A ROBBERY 

DETECTIVE SAYS HE FOUND GUN, MASKS IN ACCUSED MAN'S HOME 

PISTOL FOUND IN E£FENDANT'S HOME TIED TO MURDER—SB I 

DEFENDANT DENIES SLAYING CONVENIENCE-STORE CLERK 

BROUN FOUND GUILTY IN MINI MART SLAYING 

BROWN CONVICTED; FACES HEARING FOR SENTENCING 

BROWN DEPICTED AS COCAINE USER' 

CONVICTED mJRI€R-ER CHANGES TUNE." SAYS FATAL SHOT ACCIDENT 

JURY ICLIBERATES BRWN'S SENTENCE 

DURHAM MAN GETS ffiATH SENTENCE FOR KILLING CONVENIENCE STORE CLERK 

'ICE' BR-OUN GETS DEATH SENTENCE 

STAY OF EXECUTION GRANTED IN BROWN'S DEATH SENTENCE 

JUDGE STAYS BRCWN EXECUTION 

DEATH PENALTIES MAY MAKE RUBBERS THINK 

TESTIMONY OPENS REST HOME SHOOTIf«S TRIAL 

2 BR-OTHERS INDICTEIi IN STABBING DEATH 

2 INDICTED FOR MURDER 

NEW CRIME VICTIMS' FUND GETS 1ST DURHAM CLAIM 

MAN CHAR'GED WITH KILLING 

MIM© TRIAL WmCSS THREATENED, P-OLICE SAY 

MCDOWELL TO STAND TRIAL IN GILLIE DEATH 

HIGH COURT HEARS MANCUSO APPEAL 

COJRT HEARS AR^GUMENTS IN MANCUSO 'S AP'PEAL 

DEFENDANT IN KILLING IS DECLARED COMPETENT 

UPSHUR ARRAIGNED FOR SECOND TIME ON MURDER CHARGE 

PLEA BARGAIN CALLS FOR 15-YEAR TER'M IN BEATING DEATH 

MAN KILLED IN SHOOTING AT RESTAURA^fT 

Dl^AM CRIMESTOPPERS 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER REMAINS JAILED WITHOUT BOND 

SOCIETY'S SAFETY KEY IN INSANITY DECISION 

APPEW.S COURT UPHOLDS BLOCK TO tA MILLION SUIT BY GLENN FAMILY 

MURDER', nmm, l^jsolved cases 

INFORMATION BEING SOUGHT IN IiURHAM MAN'S MURDER 

MURDER, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, MURDER: 

SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 

SEE ALSO INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO LIFE SENTE^«:ES 

SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO WOMEN. MURDER 

BODY OF SHERIFF'S SON-IN-LAW FOUND 

MAN IS CHAROED IN FATAL SHOOTING 

WORKER KILLED AT CAFETERIA 

GERALD MCDONAUi JONES Cf HEN[£RSON, STABBING VICTIM 

STEM WOMAN MURDERED 

PSYCHIATRIC TESTS ORDERED FOR WOMAN 

WOMAN FOUND SLAIN AT GRANVILLE HOME 

HENIERSON TAXI DRIVER FOUND SLAIN 

MURDER VICTIM STABBED, MEDICAL EXAMI^ER SAYS 

WOMAN KILLED AT FORT BRAGG 

CONSPIRACY CHARGED IN KILLING OF WOMAN 

FC«T BRAGG MURDER FTOBE STEF'PEIi UP 

ASSISTANCE SOUGHT IN MURDER CASE 



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N B53 


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2 10/14/1987 C 




N B53 


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2 10/17/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 10/19/1987 C 




N B53 


H 


2 10/20/1987 C 




N S82 


S 


2 10/20/1987 C 




N B53 


H 


2 10/21/1987 B 




P N 382 


S 


2 10/21/1937 C 




N ES3 


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2 10/22/1987 B 




N 


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2 10/22/1987 C 




N B53 


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2 10/23/1987 C 


16 


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S 


2 10/26/1987 A 




N E53 


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2 10/27/1987 C 




N S82 


H 


2 10/23/1987 C 




N 382 


S 


2 10/28/ 1987 C 




N B53 


H 


2 10/29/1987 B 




N 982 


3 


2 10/29/1987 C 




N B53 


H 


2 10/30/1987 C 




N S82 


S 


2 10/30/1987 C 




N B53 


H 


2 10/31/1987 C 




N 382 


S 


2 10/31/1987 A 




P N B53 


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2 11/02/1987 A 




N B53 


H 


2 11/03/1987 C 




N 382 


S 


2 11/03/1987 A 


1 P N B53 


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2 11/04/1987 A 




P N 382 


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2 11/04/1987 A 




P N B53 


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2 11/05/1987 B 




N 382 


S 


2 11/05/1937 A 


1 P N B53 


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2 11/05/1987 A 




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H 


2 11/17/1987 B 




N 382 


H 


2 11/18/1987 C 




N 


3 


2 11/18/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 11/23/1987 A 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 11/27/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 12/06/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 12/07/1987 A 




N B53 


3 


2 12/07/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 12/08/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 12/08/1987 C 




N S82 


H 


2 12/19/1987 C 




N S82 


H 


2 12/19/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 12/21/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 12/21/1987 B 




Q 


S 


2 12/21/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 12/28/1987 A 




E 


3 


2 12/30/1987 A 


1 1 


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3 2 7/13/1987 A 1 N B85 



H 


2 


1/01/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/03/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/03/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/05/1987 A 


10 





S 


2 


1/06/1987 A 


1 


N T85 


H 


2 


1/07/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


1/07/1987 B 


1 





H 


1 


1/07/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


■7 


1/07/1987 C 


1 


N T85 


H 


2 


1/08/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


■7 


1/08/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


1/09/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


1 


1/09/1987 B 


1 


N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



I N B E X B 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



rCPUTIES I>^'ESTIGATE FATAL CRASH, STEM MIFDER 

MORE KIBNAP CHAFlGES FILED AGAINST fM^t 

MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING OF ROar ttOXT UOm 

SMiYS«;WS HALE-fe-ALE DIFFERQCES AttO,^*G KILLER'S 

1';t-!£GREE MUPICR CONt-'ICTION SOUGHT 

DETE^I^S AUAIT LAB REPORTS IN SLAYING OF STEM UOMA^ 

MLM£R Sa.RCE IS FILED IN TAXI IRIVER'S SLAYIf« 

M^'sAYS^HE^WCULI^NM^^HAyE PAID FOR H<UESOME MURICR OF HIS WIFE 

REWARD OFFERED IN STEM MURICR CASE 

FU® TO AID SLAIN WOMAN'S DHIUiREN 

FO^TH UOMftN'S BODY IS FOLMi AT FAYETTEVILLE 

F-OLICEK(V^ SHOT TO ItAFH 

'l^^'^iIs^'o^'f m^m^ M'-LER^ ^^SFt)NSIBLE FOR SLAYU«3S... 

SS^Wffi OFICERS GOING CAREFUJ.Y IN MURDER PROBE 

REUARD POSTED FOR WOMAN'S SLAYER 

limi* lOMAN FACES CHARC€S FROM '85 DEATHS 

MAN FIEADS KJILTY TO mRDER 

.U^Y INDICTS MAiN IN OFFICER'S SLAYIfW 

REWARDS TOTALING »4,000 OFFERED IN DEATH 

i?ffi SF-WRING MC^'ES FROM MOBILE HOI€ PARK 

CHILDREN QUESTIOrCD IN SJRICR' ^-^.,. t 

FW!T BRAGG SOLIHER CHAR'GED WITH FOIFTH AbSAULT 

AHORNEY SAYS RtSENTENCING ORDER PiJZZLING 

FRANKLIN COUNTY MAN CHAh'GED WITH MURDER 

XTiGE ORI£RS Xi-B^ILE TR;IED AS AuLM IN SLAYING 

DIKHAM UCM.AN CGWICTED FOR AIDi(« l^^^f^ E^CAFE 

CWTHAM BROTHERS CHARGED IN LtATH ff SISTO'S FRIB^i 

SBI EXF-«JI« TEAM 'JORKTNG ON U?fiOLyED MURIiER' 

MSJE S&rrS-CES nISS BLAnKEiVSHIP to 3-rEAR TERM 

REWARD INCREASEIi 

^^sll\c^'FJ?H^'iNTe.CE IN 1981 SLAYING 
K4J t2,500 CONTRIBUTED FaR SLAIN WOMAN'S BOYS 
TWO ACCUSED OF KILLIf« MARINE S£F■G£A^<T 
SILER CITY MAN GETS LIFE TERM 
VAICE MULDER CONVICTION UPHELD 

Se'oJRPOR^^WICTED of AIDING IN 1984 MURDER 

MURDER FUND TOTALS J2,S00 

mvl RECEI^S LIFE SENTBCE IN SLAYING 

BWy<E COUNTY MAN CH.AR-GEII WITH rtJRICR 

WOMAN SOT DEADi VIRtjINIAfJ CHARGETi „^^^ 

BODY I^StIFIED AS CHARLOTTE KIDNAP-PING VICTIM 

REWARD FOR KILLER GROWS TO $11,000 

TEEN KILLED BY GUNFIRE FR:GM CAP __ 

C^IeRL^D OFFICERS SEEK WTIVE IN SHTOTING DEATH 

DEATH OF 4-YEAR-OLD UNI£R INVESTIGATION 

BOY'S rCATH INVESTIGATED AS HC<MICIDE 

TWO MEMORIALS HONOR SLAIN SECURITY OFFICER 

aKj^^'S THR-CAT CUT, HIS BODY LEFTTO ELgN IN VAN 

Ti^ FOfND SHOT TO DEATH IN SArfSCN COUNTY HCt€ 

WOMAf^ GETS PRISON TERM FOR SLAYI^C 

HENDER'SON MAN SHOT TO DEATH 

COJRT SAYS MAN Cfii BE TRIED IN N.C. 

AFTER VERDICT. CGNVICTHi ."AN ATTACKS D.A. 

COUFIE, S&N CHARC-ED IN blAYINfi 

GIMWN KIUS CO.%WIEfJCE-STOF;E CLERK 

mi KTS LIFE SENTENCE 

MAN l£TS 50 YEAR'S FOR M(l€R 

BUO-INGTON MAN CHAR'GED IN SLAYING 

sSlN mi FROM DUFKW REPORTEDLY A bCU'S AN6EL 

WOMAN PLEAIS GUILTY TO HUPIO 

^STcHffi^rS'^si^W^'^^NTO AF'ARTMENT MAY F^ MURDER TRIAL 
MAN GIVEN LIFE IN KILLING OF EX-OFFICER 
WORfWTION SOJGHT IN MURICR CASE 
R-OXB(M! MAN FACES MORE CHAR-GES 
MINISTER IS KILLED BY SHOTGUN BLAST 



N 
P 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

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H 

H 

8 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

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D — tiATE- 



S 
E 
C -F'G 



1 



1/09/1987 A 
1/10/1987 A 
1/11/1987 C 
1/13/1937 C 
1/14/1987 C 
1/14/1987 C 
1/15/1987 B 
1/15/1987 C 
1/16/1987 
1/16/1987 
1/17/1987 
1/13/1987 
1/18/1987 
1/19/1987 _ 
1/20/1987 B 
1/20/1987 B 
1/20/1987 C 
1/20/1937 B 
1/21/1987 A 
1/21/1987 B 
1/21/1987 C 
1/22/1987 A 
1/24/1987 A 
1/28/1987 B 
1/28/1987 B 
1/28/1987 
1/29/1987 
1/29/1987 
1/29/1987 
1,'30/1987 
1/'3C/1987 
1/31/1987 
1/31/1937 
2/04/ 198'. 
2/04/1987 
2/04/1987 
2.'04/1987 
2/'04/1987 
2/05/1987 
2/05/1987 
2/05/1987 
2/06/1987 
2/07/19'37 
2/09/1987 
2/10/1987 C 
2/11/1987 C 
2/'"20/1937 A 
2/21/1987 A 
2/24/1987 C 
2/25/1987 B 
2/'26/1987 B 
3/03/1987 C 
3/05/1987 B 
3/07/19S7 A 
; 3/07/1987 
3/07/1987 
; 3/08/1987 
; 3/09/1987 
; 3/11/1987 
' 3/12/1987 
3/13/1987 A 
3/14/1987 C 
3/17/1987 C 
3/17/1987 C 
3/26/1987 B 
3/26/1987 B 
3/11/1987 C 
4/01/1987 B 
4/01/1987 B 
4/02/1987 A 



1 

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9 
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3 
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14 
1 
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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

N T85 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N T85 
N H60 
N 
N 

N T85 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N T85 
N 
N 
_ N 

11 P N 

1 N T35 

2 N 

3 N 
1 N 

13 N 
3 P N 
6 N G80 

12 N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N 080 
N L40 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



17 



1 



1 

16 
1 

10 

14 

8 



1 
13 



9 P N 
5 



5 
1 
6 
2 
9 

10 
1 
6 
1 
1 

18 

17 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 

16 



N 

N H.60 

N 

N 

N 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1V87 



S IJ B J 



CHATHAM MAN IS CHARi3ED WITH MURIiER OF HIS WIFE 

FATHER OF SLAIN BOYS SEEKS ESTATE SHARE 

MAN ACQUITTED IN BROTHER'S DEATH 

MAN CHARGEIi WITH KILLING MOTHER 

2 MEN MURDERO 

BRITISH NOBLEMAN FINALLY FINDS 'R.J.'— IN N.C. PRISON 

MAN WAIVES EXTRADITION IN SHOOTING OF WOMAN 

DENTIST CCWICTEIl IN SLAYINGS 

WOMAN KILLED AT BREVARD STDR-E 

MAN CHARGED WITH KILLING OHIO COUPLE 

N.C. MARINE HELD IN STABBING CASE 

MAN WHO USED INSANITY DEFENSE MAY BE RELEASED FROM HaSPITAL 

THR€E INDICTED IN SNIPER SLAYING 

MARINE AND WIFE STABBED TO DEATH 

GREENSBORO MAN SQTrENCED FOR KILLING WIFE, DAUGHTER 

MARIfC CHAFCED WITH TWO SLAYINGS AT CAMP LEJEUNE 

50-YEAR Sefl"ENCES ORDERED IN DEATH OF RETARDED MAN 

HENDERSON MAN SHOT TO DEATH 

HENIiERSON WOMAN SLAIN BY SHOTGUN; HUSBAND HELD 

FEW LAWS EXIST ON LONG-GUN SALES 

CABARRUS PRISONER FOUND ICAD 

SECOND MAN IS CHARGED IN SLAYING 

RIFLES, SHOTGUNS USED IN THIRD OF KILLINGS 

2ND MAN HELD IN VANCE DEATH 

COUF-LE SHOT TO DEATH, TODILER FOUND ALIVE 

CHAR(S DROPPED 

PERSON COUNTY MAN SHOT TO DEATH AFTER ARGUMENT 

MAN IS CONVICTED OF KILLING WOMAN 

MAN CONVICTED OF KILLING WOMAN SENTENCED TO DIE 

LEADS STILL SOUGHT IN JAN. 5 MURDER 

MAN ARRESTED IN SLAYING FLEES POLICE 

HUNTED MAN BACK IN CUSTODY IN DURlHAM 

DURHAM ESCAF'EE WANTED IN MURDER GIVES UP 

HOUSE SENDS MURDER SENTENCE BILL BACK TO COMMITTEE 

TEEN FIEADS GUILTY TO FATAL STABBI^« 

GIRL, BOYFRIEND CHARGED IN HER STEPFATHER'S DEATH 

TWO CHARGED WITH MURHER IN ALAMANCE 

HOUSE DEFEATS BILL ON MURDER CHARGE INFORMATION 

REWARD POSTEIi IN GRANVILLE COUNTY SLAYING 

SENATE APPRO*,'ES WIRETAPS IN DRUG INVESTIGATIONS 

Dl^'HAM LEGISLATORS OWED PRAISE, NOT FLAK 

TEEN GETS LIFE FOR DROWNING HER BABY 

ERASED TAPES HAMF'ER SNIPER PROBE 

DEADLINE HAS HOUSE WORKING INTO NIGHT 

CREEDMOOR MAN CHARGED IN SLAYL-JG 

MAN CHARGED WITH TRYING TO HIR-E KILLER 

DRUGS MAY BE FACTOR IN DEATH RIJLE 

CREEDMOOR MAN HELD IN MURTCR 

TEEN-AGER PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER 

WRECK IN PERSON KILLS MRS. LOUISE P. CRISP, 51 

VANCE BROTHERS INJUR:ED DURING SHOOTING; 1 DIES 

LEXINGTON WOMAN BEATEN TO DEATH 

NO CHARGES FILED IN VANCE SHOOTING 

MAN GIVEN LIFE IN PRISON FOR KILLING HIS GIRLFRIEND 

WILMINGTON MAN SENTEhCED IN SLAYING 

MAN CONVICTED OF FATAL SHOOTING 

ONSLOW MAN GETS DEATH SENTENCE 

17-YEAR-OLD HELD IN VANCE SLAYING 

SHOOTING AT CARCWINDS CLAIMS SOUTH CAROLINA TEEN 

WINSTON-SALEM MAN CHARGED WITH KILLING WIFE 

"^CHARGED IN MURDERS 14 YR3. AGO HOSPITALIZED AFTER ARREST IN DURHAM 

MAN BEING HaD FOR 1973 MURDERS LISTED AS STABLE 

VA. INMATE'S DEATH SENTENCE OVERTURNED 

DETECTIVE SAYS FOSTER CHILD BEATEN, CHAINED BEFORE DEATH 

BURLINGTON COUPLE KILLED, MAN CHARGED 

2 SHOT TO DEATH IN 60LDSE0R0 

^Hfc'c^Tu^M'^YfN^' ''"''' '"'"^ '^ ™' °^ "'^^ ^^^ 
ORANa SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES SEEK mt IN FATAL SHOOTING 



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-PG L P BYL 


H 


3 


4/02/1937 B 


1 


N 080 


H 


2 


4/05/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/05/1987 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


4/06/1987 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 


4/06/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


4/09/1987 A 


18 


N 


H 


2 


4/11/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/12/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


4/14/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


n 


4/14/1987 C 


12 


N 


S 


2 


4/14/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/15/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


T 


4/15/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/15/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


? 


4/16/1987 C 


16 


N 


H 


2 


4/13/l'?S7 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 


4/18/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/19/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


n 


4/21/1937 A 


8 


N 


S 


7 


4/21/1987 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


4/21/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


1 


4/22/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


4/22/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


4/22/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/25/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


1 


5/01/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/03/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/05/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


5/08/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


1 


5/08/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


n 


5/09/1987 C 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 


5/09/1987 A 


1 


N h06 


H 


2 


5/10/1987 C 


T 


N 


H 


2 


5/12/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


1 


5/13/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/16/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


5/16/1937 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/19/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


1 


5/20/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/21/1987 A 


22 


N 




2 


5/21/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


1 


5/23/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


5/24/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


1 


5/23/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


5/28/1987 B 


n 


N 


S 


9 


5/23/1987 A 


12 


N 


s 


2 


5/23/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


1 


5/30/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/31/1987 C 


7 





H 


2 


6/01/1987 A 


6 





H 


o 


6/02/1967 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 


6/02/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


6/02/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


6/C2/'1987 C 


ry 


N 


H 


1 


6/05/1987 B 


1 


N 


s 


O 


6/05/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


1 


6/06/1937 C 


1 


N 


H 


••) 


6/08/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/10/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


6/19/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/20/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


6/20/1987 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


1 


6/20/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


o 


6/21/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 


6/25/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


6/26/1987 B 


^J 


N 


H 


2 


6/28/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 




6/29/1987 B 


7 


N 080 


S 


9 


6/29/1987 C 


1 


N 080 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 
12y'31/1987 



BY S U B J E 



rnNF^SSIQN FAILS TO HALT CONyiCTION 

MAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING 9 FACED MURDER CHARGE IN '83 

IiEATH SENTENCE GWEN FOR ^WRDER OF 9-nONTH-OLD BOY 

PANEL BAaS DEATH PENALTY BAN FOR YOUNbSTERS 

NEW TRIAL IS ORDERED IN MANSLAUGHTER CASE 

witness: INVESTIGATORS HAVE WRONG CAR IN MURDER CASE 

STUDENT KILLED AT FRATERNITY PARTY 

CR'EEIiMOOR MAN IS KILLED IN SHOOTING „ 

HMi^ MAN CHARGED IN KATH OF HALF-BROTHER 

REVISED BILL WOULD COVER fftJRTER TRIAL IN DURHAM 

SENATE AFF'raVES LIMITING I£ATH PENALTY FOR MINORS 

FATAL Aaj SHOOTING INVOLVED MAN POSING AS P0LICE«AN-^4ITNESSES 

SELMA MAN COMMITS DOUBLE MURDER-SUICIDE 

HbSeRSON MAN IS SHOT TO DEATH BURING ARGUMENT 

SLBPECT PHONES lEPUTY BUT WON'T SyRRE.NpER 

S^SG^^g^^K^siSpTfFKJ^BILL 

^Ta^S^IKM i^BES OF HATE GROUF. 

WOMAN CONVICTED OF TWO MURDERS 

$5,000 REWARD IN HOMICIDE CASE 

Jl^Y FINDS SHYTLE GUILTY OF MURDER 

UWAN RECEIVES LIFE SENTENCES FOR TUO SLAYIN6S 

POJCE SEEK CONNECTION IN SHOOTINGS 

SON CHARGED WITH KILLING HIS FATHER 

$100,000 BOND SET IN STUICNT'S I|Am ^,_ 

MAN GETS 15-YEAR TERM IN lEATH OF INFANT 

MARINE CONVICTED OF TWO SLAYINGS 

TOt'IrACG^SOLDIER^RGED WITH TUO MURieS 

MURDER CHARGE DROPPED IN ALAMANCE 

FORT BRAGG COOK CHARGED WITH SLAYIfJGS 

MARINE SENTENCED TO DIE FOR StAYINGS _,„ ^ „ 

R^AN COUNTY MINISTER CHARGED WITH KILLING 13- YEAR-OLD 

GIBSONVILLE BUSINESSMAN IS FOUND SHOT TO DEATH 

PASTOR CONFESSES TO MURDER 

mt ARRESTED IN BURLINGTON SLAYING 

WOwStION SOUGHT ON GRANViaE MURDER „„ 

AUTHOR'S ATTORNEY CALLS MACDONALD MURDERER 

AWAITING A WEDDING ON DEATH ROW 

AL^ANCE MURDER CONVICTION UPHELD 

KeT^A^ y^O^S^FRANKLIN SLAYING CASE 

CHATHAM MAN DIES IN STABBING 

MURDER CHARGED IN GIRL'S BEATING 

RFTTRED TEACHER, 72 YEARS OLD, KILLEIi IN HOME 

PIZZARESTAURANT MANAGER STABBED TO DEATH IN TARBORO 

BOND OF $300,000 SET IN MURDER CASE 

WOMAN STABBED TO DEATH IN VIEW OF TUO CHILDREN 

pSsON COUNTY MURDER CONVICTION UPHELD 

M^DER SUSPECT FOUND IN PRISON 

^»r^i ^SireJiD^hS^JlilTE SUPREMACIST GROUP 

»m C€TS TUO LIFE TERMS FOR SLAYINGS 

JUDGE MOVES MURDER TRIAL OUT OF HOKE 

RESTAURATEUR'S OFFER $5,000 FOR MURDER TIP 

WOMAN IS CHARGED IN HUSBAND'S DEATH 

FRANKLIN MURDER CASE PROBE BEING INTENSIFIED 

JURY SELECTION CONTINUES IN MURieR TRIAL 

riFRK AT RALEIGH STORE FATALLY SHOT IN HOLDUP 

MILLER'S aSeNT MAY HELP IN MURDER PROBE, PAPER SAYS 

FORM^ BAPnSTHOSPITAL NURSE CHARGED IN DEATH OF PATIENT 

M^ GETS ADDITIONAL TERM IN 1982 STANDOFF ON TRAIN 

ffiL^^^g^Rf uK^^ESi^^C^ ri'-S LAWYER IN SLAYING 

LACK OF DRUG CAUSED COMATOSE PATIENT'S DEATH 
MU<DER SENTENCE HEARING BEGINS „.,„.,^ 
TTW PLEAD NOT GUILTY TO CHILD ABUSE CuUNTS 



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P D —DATE— C -PG L F BYL 1| 


H 2 7/04/1987 C 2 


N 


3 2 7/04/1987 B 4 


N 


H 2 7/08/1987 A 8 


N 


H 1 7/08/1987 B 2 


N 


H 1 7/08/1987 C 1 


N ft53 


H 1 7/11/1987 C 2 


N 


H 2 7/12/1987 C 6 


N 


H 2 7/13/1987 A 8 


N 


H 2 7/14/1987 C 10 


N 


H 2 7/15/1987 B 3 


N 


H 2 7/16/1987 D 11 


N 


H 1 7/16/1987 B 7 


N 


S 2 7/17/1987 A 1 


N 


H 2 7/19/1987 A 22 


N 


H 2 7/22/1987 C 3 


N 


H 2 7/23/1987 B 14 


N 


H 2 7/23/1987 C 13 


N 


H 2 7/24/1987 A 4 


E 


H 2 7/24/1987 A 14 


N 


H 2 7/24/1987 A 20 


N i 


H 2 7/24/1987 A 21 


^ 


S 2 7/24/1987 B 7 


N ! 


H 2 7/25/1987 A 13 


N 


S 2 7/28/1987 A 11 


N 


H 2 7/31/1937 C 10 


N 


H 1 8/01/1987 C 2 


N 


H 2 8/04/1987 B 7 


N 


H 2 8/06/1987 A 18 


N 


H 2 8/06/1987 A 18 


N ' 


H 2 8/06/1987 B 7 


N 


H 1 3/06/1987 B 1 


N 


S 2 8/06/1987 A 14 


N 


H 2 8/07/1987 C 5 f 


■ N 


H 2 8/07/1987 C 5 


N 


H 1 8/07/1987 B 1 


N 


H 2 8/09/1987 B 4 


N 


H 1 3/12/1987 C 1 


N 


H 1 8/13/1987 B 1 


N 


H 2 8/14/1987 A 17 


N 


H 2 8/14/1987 B 3 P N B38 


H 1 3/19/1987 C 3 


N R53 


H 1 8/20/1987 B 1 


N 


H 2 8/21/1987 A 21 


N 


H 2 8/23/1987 C 5 


080 


H 2 8/24/1987 B 14 


N 


H 2 8/28/1987 A 20 


N 


H 2 9/02/1987 A 10 


N 


H 2 9/03/1987 C 8 


N 


H 2 9/04/1987 C 9 


N 


H 2 9/04/1987 C 10 


N R53 


H 2 9/04/1987 C 10 


N 


S 2 9/04/1987 A 1 


N B53 


H 2 9/05/1987 A 8 


N 


H 2 9/05/1987 C 2 


N 


H 1 9/05/1987 C 2 


N 


S 2 9/05/1987 A 1 


N 


H 1 9/09/1987 B 1 


N 


H 1 9/09/1987 B 1 


N 


H 1 9/10/1987 B 2 


N 


H 2 9/11/1987 B 9 


N 


H 2 9/16/1987 A 11 


P N ! 


H 2 9/16/1987 A 11 


N 


H 2 9/16/1987 A 11 


N 


H 2 9/16/1987 B 5 


N L40 


H 2 9/16/1987 C 1 


N L40 


H 2 9/16/1987 C 1 


N 


H 2 9/16/1987 C 4 


N 


H 2 9/17/1987 A 17 


N 


S 2 9/18/1987 A 15 


N 


H 2 9/19/1987 A 12 


N 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



S U B J 



DAWILLE MAN CONVICTEIi OF SI AYING 

SIMIL/ifilTIES LED TO FIDPE ARREbT FOR MIJRIiBR 

FAYETTEVILLE MILITARY HEARING DUE TODAY 

FORMER NURSE DO^IED BOND IN SLAYING CASE 

DANVILLE, UA., MAN SENTENCED TO DIE 

BU.LET THROUGH WINDOW KILLS WOMAN 

SLAIN WOMAN'S HUSBAND CHARGED WITH HUR'DER 

WEAPONS CHAR'GES IN FATAL SHOOTING BRING GUILTY FtEAS 

SHOT FROM PASSING CAR KILLS CHARIOTTE MAN 

DANVILLE MAN WILL SERVE VA. MURDER SENTENCE IN N.C. 

•GENTLE, CARING' MAN SHOT TO I£ATH 

CONVICTIONS STAND 

MAN PLEAIS GUILTY TO MURDER CHARGE 

BAHLEBORO MAN GIVEN 2 LIFE TERMS IN MURDER 

TEEN CHAR'GED IN SHOOTING OF FtDESTRIAN 

N.C. AF'PEALS COURT ORDER'S HEARING ON CONVICTED RAPIST 

VANCE MAN SENTENCED IN SLAYING 

N.C. COURT OF APPEALS UF'HOLDS BURLINGTQN MURDER CONVICTION 

REWARD $12,000 

FOJR MORE YOUTHS CHARGED IN SLAYING 

STANLY TEEN-AGER HELD IN SHOOTING DEATH OF FATHER 

SIFREME COURT QRffiRS HEARING IN MURDER CASE 

COUPLE CONVICTED OF KILLING FRIEND'S CHILD 

MAN KILLED IN PAR'KING SPACE DISPUTE 

ARMY MUM ON MlMiER SUSPECT 

POPE FACES 2ND CHARGE OF MURDER 

ACCUSED MAN MAY FACE EXECUTION 

MAN SHOT TO DEATH IN VAf^CE 

N.C. MAN GETS 4TH EXECUTION STAY 

N.C. SPEEDY TRIAL ACT 'VIRTUALLY MEANINGLESS' 

SLAIN COUPLE'S SON ATTACKS FREED SUSPECT IN FAYETTEVILLE 

EX-WHITE PATRIOT JAILED FiDR REFUSAL TO TESTIFY 

SLAIN COUPLE'S SON ATTACKS FREED SUSPECT 

MOTHER CHARGED WITH MURDERING SON 

CATAWBA COUNTY WOMAN CHARGED WITH MURDER 

BOND SET FOR TEEN IN LINCaN SLAYING 

LAWSUIT SAYS SLAIN MAN'S PROPERTY HAS BEEN DISSIPATED AND WASTED 

MAN PLEADS GUILH IN HOLDIF, SLAYING 

MAN CHARGED IN TWO DEATTO 

MAN CHARGED WITH TRIPLE SLAYIf* 

DEFENDANT IN STEAKHOUSE KILLING SENTENCED 

MAN, 19, SENTENCED TO DIE FOR MARCH 7 SLAYING AT STORE 

CONVICTIONS UF'HELD IN PR-OSTITUTION CASE 

DEATH PENALTIES MAY MAKE RUBBERS THINK 

ORDER FREEZES SLAIN MAN'S PROPERTY 

GRAY PLEADS GUILTY TO MURICR' 

SOLDIER GETS 8 LIFE SENTENCES FOR FAYETTEVILLE SLAYINGS, RAPES 

TWO WOMEN CHARGEIi IN MAi^'S BUR'NING DEATH 

ALAMANCE BOY SLAIN; FARMER FACES CHARGES 

SiSRy COUfJTY MAN HURT IN SHOOTOUT; TWO BODIES FOUND AT BURNED HOME 

CASES END IN TWO SLAYINGS 

WOMAN SHOT TO DEATH; BOYFRIEhffl CHARGED 

GRAND JURY PROBE OF WHITE PATRIOTS REPORTED 

N.C. DEATH-ROW INMATE LOSES APPEAL 

BODY FOUND IN HAW RIVER IS IDENTIFIED 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 2 IN BOOKSTORE DEATHS 

MAN CHARGED IN FATAL STABBING 

EXECUTION DATE SET IN MURDER CASE 

TEEN SENTEf^CED TO PRISON FOR KILLING MAN WITH TR'UCK 

CHURCH CHOIR DIRECTOR SLAIN 

PROSECUTORS MAKE DENT IN RACISM 

MONROE MAN CHAR'GED WITH TWO DEATHS 

JURY SENTENCES WOMAN TO LIFE IN MURDER CASE 

MURDER VICTIM'S UNMAILED LETTER CRITICIZED JUDGE 

AFTER YEAR, STEM MURDER GIVES UP NO NEW CLUES 

FRANKLIN OFFICER'S INVESTIGATE SLj^YING OF MAN, 30 

WAYNE MAN HELD IN SLAYING AFTER TALKS END STANDOFF 

HICKC»?Y MAN IS CHARGED WITH MURIO 

N.C. COURT UPHOLDS $1 AWARD IN SEXUAL HARRASSMENT CASE 

MARIfC CHARGED WITH MURDER IN STABBING 



E C 


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1/21/88 




S 




I T 


N 


E E 




L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


H 


1 9/19/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 9/21/1987 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 9/21/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 9/23/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 9/25/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 9/28/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 y/29/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/01/1987 A 


20 


N 


S 


2 10/02/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/03/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/04/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/06/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


3 10/06/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 10/06/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/07/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/07/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 10/07/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 10/07/1987 C 


1 


N R53 


H 


1 10/08/1987 B 


1 


P N 


H 


2 10/09/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 10/10/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 10/10/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/13/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/14/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 10/15/1987 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 10/16/1987 A 


3 


N B53 


H 


2 10/19/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 10/19/1987 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 10/20/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 10/20/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/21/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 10/21/1987 B 


16 


N 


H 


2 10/26/1987 A 


10 





H 


2 10/27/1987 D 


6 


N 


H 


1 10/27/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 10/28/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/29/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 10/29/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 10/30/1987 B 


12 


N 


H 


2 11/01/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/04/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 11/04/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 11/05/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


1 11/06/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 11/06/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/07/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/07/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 11/11/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 11/13/1987 C 


6 P N 


H 


1 11/13/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 11/14/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/15/1987 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 11/16/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


1 11/17/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/17/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


1 11/18/1987 C 





N 


H 


1 11/19/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/21/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 11/21/1987 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 11/24/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 11/27/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 11/27/1987 B 


J 


N 


H 


2 11/27/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/29/1987 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 11/30/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/01/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 12/02/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 12/02/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 12/02/1987 B 


7 


N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



BY S U B J E 



SHOOTINGS 



MERCY KILLING CONVICTION IS UfHELD 

NEW SENTBCING ORDERED FOR ALAMANCE MURDER 

MAN CHARGED WITH KILLING 2 SISTERS 

OFFICERS CHARGE MAN WITH FRAfVKLIN SLAYING 

EXECUTION DATE SET IN CHILIi SLAYING CASE 

CUSTODY FIGHT FOLLOUS MOTHER'S MLIRICR 

mS SENTEN'CED TO LIFE FOR KILLING FtlLICEMAN 

m raNVICTED OF MURDER I€NIES SECOND HOKE KILLING 

mi SURGED UITH KILLING RETIRED TEACHER ^,,^ 

M^ ^CTED OF KILLING HIS 91-YEAR-OLD GRANDMOTHER 

m ISSENTDJCED TO DIE FOR SLAYING 

sfcRIFF fCLIEVES HOMICIDE GUN FOUND 

RjEl[{^S^LIF^'sE>aE}^^^F'0R KILLING HIS DAUGHTER, S 
YWC^ SHERIFF CHARGES MAN UITH TWO BURNSVILLE KILLINGS 
R^IGH MAN CHARGED UITH KILLING 84-YEAR-OLD 

ll^fARY^ARRAIGNMENf SET FOR MAN HELD IN SLAYINGS 
STANLY COUNTY TEENIER INDICTED IN FATHER'S DEATH 
SANFORD MAN GETS STAY OF EXECUTION 
ffi CHARGED IN SLAYING RELEASEIi ON BOND 
3F1EAD GUILTY TO LESSER COUNTS , _ 
MANWLLED IN ALAMANCE; MURDER ™RGE JS FILHi 
rSIeIGH CHRISTMAS EVE DEATHS CALLED MURDERS 

•^^^k'^P^KruS ON UNfOL^^HURpER,,,,, 

a^YE^^riTKR^i^E^sW r^si"' "^ 

t«DER, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNH, N.C. ^„ „,„^ 
FOUR CHARGED AS ACCESSORIES TO HURDER 
ORANGE COUNTY MAN CHARGED UITH WRICR IN 
MAN ™R15ED IN 2 MURDERS IS TRANSFERRED 
UPSHU? MUST UNDERtJO PSYCHIATRIC TESTS 
atRIFF; MOTIVE UNCLEAR IN HIUSBOROUGH SLAYINGS 
^ALS COURT UPHOLIS CONVICTION IN HAMMER MURIfR 
MURD^ CHAR^ IS REDUCED TO VOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER 
MAN CHARGED UITH MURDER' BOIND ffvCR 
^^COUNTY GRAND JURY TO CONSIDER MURI£R CHARGE 
rniRT UPHOLDS SENTENCE IN ORANGE STABBING DEATH 
CoI^T MiERS NEW SENTENCING HEARING IN SLAYING CASE 
INDICTMENTS RETURNED IN KILLINGS 
SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MURDER SUSFtCT 
SHOOTING IrEATH NETS 6- YEAR TERM 
WOMAN FOUND ABLE TO FACE mjR[£R TRIAL 
OSBORN FOUND SOLUTION TO MATH PROBLEM: LAW 
CHAPEL HILL MAN KILLED BY SHOT THROUGH UINDOU 
WOMAN GIVEN 90 DAYS FOR \iBSim HIDE DETAILS OF SLAYING 
aSuAINTANCE CHAR13ED IN MAN'S SLAYING 

^''se'aLSo'cHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 
SEE ALSO CHIUiREN, MURDER 
SEE ALSO INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER 
SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 
SEE ALSO MASS MURDERS 

"^ARM LISra As'rFsERTER CHARGED IN APX. TRIPLE SLAYING 
TEN ARRtSTED ON PENNSYLVANIA MURDER CHARGE 
HALF BROTHER OF UPSHUR CHARGED IN THREE SLAYINGS 
D^HAM TIP LEADS TO ARR€ST IN PA. MURDER 
UNC BACK CHARGED UITH .lURIO 
FENNER CHARGES SHOCK UNC COACH ^^_,^ ,^„ 
DRUG CH^GE MADE AGAINST FENNER 2 MONTHS AGO 
FENNER'S CHARGES SHOCK TEAMMATES 
FENNER F'REVIOUSLY ARRESTED hOR COCAINE 



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1/21/88 




S 


I 


T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -F'G L 


P BYL 


H 


2 12/03/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


1 12y'03/1987 B 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 12/03/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


1 12/04/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/04/1987 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 12/04/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/05/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


1 12/05/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 12/08/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/10/1987 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 12/10/1987 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 12/11/1987 B 


J 


N 


H 


2 12/12/1987 C 


o 


N 


H 


2 12/16/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 12/16/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 12/16/1987 C 


T 


N 


H 


2 12/17/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 12/17/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/22/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/23/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


1 12/23/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 12/24/1987 C 


13 


N 


H 


2 12/25/1987 C 


6 





H 


2 12/29/1987 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 1/30/1987 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 4/25/1987 A 


8 


f F 


H 


2 11/29/1987 A 


1 


P N N36 


H 


3 1/30/1987 B 


5 


N 080 


H 


2 2/02/1987 C 




N 080 


s 


2 2/02/1987 A 




N BIO 


s 


2 2/02/1987 A 




N T85 


H 


2 2/03/1987 C 




N BIO 


H 


2 2/19/1987 B 




N L40 


H 


3 3/05/1987 B 




N 080 


H 


3 4/02/1987 B 




N U27 


S 


2 4/02/1987 A 


10 


N 080 


H 


3 5/06/1987 C 




N R'SS 


H 


2 6/03/1987 C 




N L40 


H 


2 6/03/1987 C 




N 08O 


H 


2 7/02/1987 C 




N 080 


H 


3 7/11/1987 C 




N U27 


H 


2 3/12/1987 B 




N U27 


H 


3 8/14/1987 B 




P N U27 


H 


2 8/18/1987 C 




N BIO 


H 


2 11/03/1987 A 


15 


N U27 


H 


3 12/02/1987 C 


1 


N BIO 



4/17/1987 A 
4/20/1987 B 
5/29/1987 B 
5/29/1987 C 
6/02/1987 A 
6/02/1987 A 
6/03/1987 A 
6/03/1987 D 
6/03/1987 A 



10 


N 


7 


N 




N 




N T35 




P N C36 




P N F'52 




N C36 




P N C36 




P N 



J 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



FORDHAM 'REGRETS' FENfJER CASE 
UNC OFFICIALS 'CHECKED OUT' FENNER 
FENhER ID FAULTY? 

fenner: no bond; juice says fenner 'an imminent danger' 

TAR f€ELS remember FENNER 'S 'STYLE' 

a series of boners 

friends strucae to comprehend fenf€r's situation 

fsu official on parole for murder 

fsu deaj^ asked to leave school 

fsu trustees vote to fire assistant dean 

backs^ound check's need to be extensive 

fsu uili review its employment of assistant dean 

fenner indicted on murder, 7 other counts 

judge sets $100,000 bond for fenner 

fenner's trial date set 

fanfare: jailed cowboy 

n.c. man sentenced to die for murder commihed in va, 

man shot 11 times; cross carved in chest 

fenner's lawyer says client is 'frightened' and liwocent 

another man arr'ested in fenner situation 

gang member convicted of 2 murders dies in prison 

ex-fayetteville state dean to request inquiry on dismissal 

tar hea man acquitted of slaying in calif. 

new tkial oriiered in slaying of s.c. trooper 

s.c. man held on murder charge 

fa^fare/mcre on fewer case 

ex-duke medical f'rofessor indicted for mikder 

fenner enters plea of innocent 

fenner's trial set to begin dec. 7 

n.c. man sentenced to die 

prosecutors may drop charges against fenner 

fenner may soon be free man 

fenner hoping to rejoin heels 

nev. woman sentenced to life + 130 years 

statement on fen,*€r set monday 

md. drops fent€r's muricr charges 

mikicr chark against fenner dropped 

fenner wants return to schoa, football 

fe^ff)er case relied too much on eye witnesses— lawyer 

raleigh teen's death focus of s.c. trial 

UiC IN COURT 

MURDER A LA CARTE (THEATRICS CO. ) 
SEE ALSO MURI£R MYSTERY WEEKEND 
MURDER FOR THE FUN OF IT 

MURDER ATTEMPTS, N.C. 

POLICE SAY MAN TRIED TO KILL WIFE WITH CfH FUMES 
FORT BRAGG COOK CHARtJED WITH SLAYIfJGS 

t*JRDER-fOR-HIRE 

MAN SAYS HE WOULDN'T HAVE PAID FOR GRUESOME MURICR OF HIS WIFE 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER 

MAN PLEADS GUILH TO PLOHING WIFE'S MURICR 

MAN CHARGED WITH TRYING TO HIRE KILLER 

N.C. MAN SENTENCED TO DIE FOR MURDER COMMIHED IN VA. 

IiURHAM POLICE, SBI AGENTS REa IN 31 INDICTMENTS CHAR-GING 20 IN STING 

WOMAN INDICTED ON CONSPIRACY IN MURDER CASE 

POLICE, SBI CHAR'GE 20 AFTER 'STING' 

SUSPECT FHONES ECPUTY BUT WON'T SUFKENIER 

MAN GETS 15-YEAR TERW IN DEATH CF IM^ANT 

MAN ACCUSED OF FOUR CONSPIRACIES 

CONSPIRACY SUSPECT CHARGED WITH INTIMIDATION OF A WmtSS 

INTIMIDATION HIKES BOND TO $500,000 

MURICR MYSTERY WEEKEND 

SEE ALSO MURDER A LA CARTE (THEATRICS CO. ) 
nmER FOR' THE FUN OF IT 
MAU HOLDS FOURTH 'EXTRAVAGANZA' 

MURDER-SUICIDE 



S U B J E C 


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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


H 


2 6/04/1987 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 6/04/1987 D 


1 P N C36 


S 


2 6/04/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 6/05/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 6/05/1987 C 


1 N C36 


H 


2 6/07/1987 D 


4 E 


H 


2 6/08/1987 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 6/10/1987 D 


5 N 


S 


2 6/11/1987 A 


3 N 


H 


2 6/12/1987 A 


22 N 


S 


2 6/12/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 6/23/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


2 7/01/1987 C 


1 P N C36 


H 


2 7/11/1987 D 


1 P N 036 


H 


2 7/14/1987 D 


1 P N C36 


H 


2 7/14/1987 D 


2 N 


H 


2 7/18/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 7/25/1987 A 


12 N 


H 


2 8/03/1987 D 


3 P N 


H 


2 8/07/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 8/07/1987 C 


6 N 


H 


2 8/20/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 8/21/1987 A 


19 N 


H 


2 8/25/1987 B 


16 N 


H 


1 8/26/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 9/10/1987 D 


7 P N 


H 


2 9/12/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 9/22/1987 D 


2 N 


H 


2 10/15/1987 D 


2 N 


H 


2 11/03/1987 C 


16 N 


S 


2 11/04/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 11/05/1987 A 


1 P N C36 


S 


2 11/05/1987 B 


1 N 


S 


2 11/12/'1987 A 


15 N 


H 


2 11/29/1987 C 


8 P N 


S 


2 11/30/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 12/01/1987 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 12/02/'1987 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 12/07/1987 B 


3 P N 


S 


2 12/09/1987 C 


14 N 


H 


2 12/27/1987 C 


2 P P 


H 


2 1/30/1987 D 


1 P F W66 


H 


2 3/21/1987 C 


4 N 


S 


2 8/06/1937 A 


14 N 


H 


2 1/16/1987 A 


14 N 


H 


2 1/21/1987 A 


9 N 


H 


1 2/07/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


1 5/23/1987 B 


2 N 


H 


2 7/18/1987 A 


U N 


iTING H 


2 7/21/1987 A 


1 N M51 


H 


2 7/21/1987 C 


2 N 


S 


2 7/21/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 7/22/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 3/04/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


2 8/18/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 8/20/1987 C 


9 N 


H 


2 8/26/1987 C 


1 H 


H 


2 1/30/1987 D 


1 P F W66 


H 


2 6/16/1987 C 


3 U U66 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO SUICIDES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO SUICIDES, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO SUICIIES, N.C. 

^^COS^^ S!I^d"nIaR MOUNT XI^^^^^ ^^ ^ 
83-YEAR'-0LD MAN APPARENTLY KILLS WIFE, SELF 

?Ka}Ss f^'fRmir. IN HIGH POINT 

STATESVILLE MAN KIUS WIFE AND HIMSaF 

ELBERLY COUPLE SHOT, KILLED IN NURSING HOME 

CaiFlE DIES, MURlCR-SUICIDE SUSPECTO 

SELMA MAN COMMITS DaiBLE MURDER-SUICIDE 

HW5 SLAYS FATHER-IN-LAU, UIFE, THEN KILLS HIMSaF 

DOUBLE MURrorSUICIDE PUZZLE INVESTIGATORS 

2 BODIES FOUND NEAR WILMINGTON 

MAN SHOOTS HIS GIRLFRIEND, THEN HIMSELF 

DURHAM KAN SHOOTS, KILLS GIRLFRIENp,^SELF 

PS Rc^rSfLL?l^M5l-i£E 

KTrLMKfpP^ HIMSELF IN AUTO SHOWROOM 

^^NE?&T FOR ASBESTOS REMOVAL 

SiZATi3n'?s"uORKIN??oToVIDE R^EATION AREA AT Ml^DOCH CENTER 
RESireiTS OF BUTNER HAVE REASON TO WORRY 
^TVCHEM FIAN SPURS LETTERS TO COMMISSION 
OPERATIOfJ SANTA aAUS 

MURDOCH CENTER, FARM^gAY 

MURDOCH CENTER TO HOLD FARM DAY 

"^^'^PINETOFS MAN KILLED IN CHEMICAL EXF103I0N 

'^^'^TORCh'^RW^ CROSSES APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS 

'^'^^'^'bSog'^BUILT BOOM BUSINESS ON SMAU DREAM 

^^{^^I^Re'SB^^^aEEeD WITH LARtENY 

"""'"'a SlIn'cOUNT?'cHRIST«AS TRADITION TO BE DISHED UP FRIDAY... 

MUSCADINES _, 

SEE SCUPFERNOI«S 

MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY 

^DuKb^rCH^ 5^^Vs^^"-?Trr°Sl"NE l^DYSTKOPHY CURE 
N.C. POSTER CHILD NOW IN SCHOOL, STILL PITCHINU F&R DYSTKOFHT Lbht 

DIMAM GIRL NAMES MD FIDSTER CHILD 

MD CAMP VOLUNTEERS AF£ NEEDEB 

DIVORCED^MOM SEEKS LOVING FAMILY TO ADOPT FORMER POSTER CHILD 
MD TELETHON DEDICATEIi TO WINSTON-SALEM MA}< 
DURHAM YOUTH NAMED DYSTROPHY POSTER CHILD 

THE MUSE LETTER 

SEE ALSO MAGAZItCS 

^NEU'mAGAZL'C TO AID FLEDGLING N.C. 
MAGAZIhE TO FOCUS ON POETRY 

MUSEUMS, INTERNATIONAL „„,,,_.„„ 
PARIS DISPLAYS ART EVOLUTION 



POETS 



N E E 
P D — DATE — C 



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



4/03/1987 C 
4/03/1987 C 
4/13/1987 C 
4/14/1987 C 
5/22/1987 C 
6/26/1987 B 
6/30/1987 
7/17/1987 
7/13/19E7 
8/25/1987 
8/28/1987 
9/14/1987 
9/14/1987 
9/15/1987 B 
10/18/1987 B 
11/19/1987 C 
12/11/1987 C 



6 
6 
3 
4 
8 
5 
5 
1 
4 

a 

21 

1 
1 
1 
1 

10 
7 



1/28/1987 C 

1/28/1987 C 

8/11/1987 C 

U/19/1987 A 

12/05/1987 C 

12/20/1987 D 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M51 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 



N S80 

N 
D N S80 

E 

N T33 
P F C19 



H 1 9/18/1937 C 1 N 

H 2 6/11/1987 A 20 N 

H 2 7/10/1987 B 1 D N B67 

H 2 5/18/1987 B 14 N 

H 1 2/25/1987 C 1 N 

H 1 12/24/1987 B 1 N H60 



H 


'7 


2/05/1987 A 


15 N nso 


H 


2 


3/01/1987 C 


5 N 


S 


2 


3/18/1987 A 


19 N 


s 


7 


4/22/1987 A 


11 N 


s 


2 


4/27/1987 A 


5 P P K30 


H 


9 


7/23/1987 C 


8 P N 


s 


9 


9/08/1987 B 


4 N 


S 


n 


12/09/1987 C 


14 N 



S 2 7/04/1987 C 2 N | 
H 2 7/05/1987 C 8 N 

H 2 6/12/1987 D U P R G68 (I 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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P D — DATE- 



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fftJSEUMS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF HUSa'MS) 
SEE ALSO CHILHREN'S DISCOVERY MUSEUM 
SEE ALSO DISCOVERY PLACE (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO MUSEUM OF N.C. 

BELHAVEN MUSEUM— 'THERE'S SOME UEIRD STUFF HERE' 

SCIENCE MUSEUMS fCED STATE FUNDING 

FEAR OF RODENTS ALMOST PREVENTED DISCOVERY OF MADISON MEMORABILIA 

PARTS OF STEAMBOAT RAISEIi, TO BE DISPLAYED IN MUSEUM 

N.J. MAN BATTLES TO TURN FOU COUNTY FARM INTO MUSEUM 

GRWP PLANS NEU MUSEUM FOR CHILDREN 

MUSEUM BOASTS COLLECTION OF 800,000 INSECTS 

MUSEIW TaLS STORY OF 82ND AIRBORNE 

WSEW1S, U.S. 

MUSEU1S BRIDGE SCIENCE GAP 

mjsmooMS 

ORIENTAL MUSHROOMS MAY REVIVE APPLE GROWERS 

YOUTH CHARGED UITH HAVING LSD 

MUSHROOM EhfTREF^RENEUR LIKES RURAL VANCE SETTING 

DURHAM VICE OFICER'S ARREST 24, SEEK 12 MORE IN DRUG RAIDS 

MUSIC 

SEE ALSO KACH MUSIC FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO BLUEGRASS MUSIC 
SEE ALSO BLUES MUSIC 
SEE ALSO BR'IGHTLEAF MUSIC WORKSHOP 
SEE ALSO BULL CITY BLUES 
SEE ALSO CHAMBER MUSIC 
SEE ALSO CHRISTIAN MUSIC 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS MUSIC 
^ SEE ALSO CLASSICAL MUSIC 
SEE ALSO COUNTRY MUSIC 
SEE ALSO lOUNTOUN LUNCH CONCERT SERIES 
SEE ALSO lURHAM MUSIC TEACHERS 
SEE ALSO EASTERN MUSIC FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DURHAH 
SEE ALSO GOSPa MUSIC 
SEE ALSO HYMNS 
SEE ALSO JAZZ 
SEE ALSO N.C. SYhPHONY 

SEE ALSO PINECOfC (PIQiMONT COUJCIL OF TT^ADITIONAL MUSIC) 
SEE «.S0 RfP MUSIC 
SEE ALSO REVIEWS, WSIC 
SEE ALSO ROCK 'N' ROLL 
SEE ALSO SONGS 
SEE ALSO STEREO EQUIF■^OIT 
SEE ALSO U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL, MUSIC 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL t€F'T. OF MUSIC 
SEE ALSO VIDEO JOCKEYS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, MUSIC 

TEACfCR'S SING-A-LONGS HELP STUDENTS MAKE THE GRADE 

JAZZ MUSICAL RESCHEDULED FOR MARCH 17 IN YANCEYVILLE 

HIS MUSIC UNITED RACES 

WHAT'S HE LISTENING TO? 

NEW WSIC BOOKS TO FOCUS ON HISTORICAL INTERPRETATION 

't«STM.GIA' Are RICOCHET TO KIDS OF BABY-BOOMERS 

JDJNINjSS, BOWIE, KITCHEN... LEAD THE TRIANGLE INTO A lOm, HOT AUTUMN 

MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO CONSTITUTION FlANNEIi IN WAR-RENTON 

SL£EPY, BUFFETT C0MIf«3 BACK 

l*JSIC THERAPY 

MUSIC'S MAGIC TOLCHES EVERYBODY 

^ftJSIC VIDEOS 

SEE ttSO VIDEOTAPE 
I WANT MY JORDAN MTV! 

fWSICA FEMINA 



H 


2 1/29/1987 D 


13 


N 


H 


2 2/20/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 3/12/1987 A 


20 


N 


H 


2 7/24/1987 C 


13 


N 


H 


2 9/20/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 10/03/1987 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 10/13/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 12/25/1987 B 


6 P 


N 



H 2 3/15/1987 D 4 E 



H 2 3/23/1987 C 10 N 

H 2 9/15/1987 B 9 N 

H 2 9/23/1987 C 3 N M17 

H 2 11/12/1987 C 8 N M51 



H 


2 


2/20/1987 B 


2 P P C80 


H 


1 


3/06/1987 B 


4 N 


H 


9 


7/06/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


7/08/1987 A 


4 L 


S 


o 


3/06/1987 D 


10 N 




i. 


3/24/1987 C 


1 U H03 


H 


2 


9/04/1987 D 


12 P F W66 


H 


1 


10/09/1987 C 


1 N H60 


H 


T 


12/25/1987 D 


7 N 



S 2 6/10/1987 B 1 P F S27 



S 2 5/08/1987 A 12 P P F70 



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ANNUAL INDEX B 
1/01/1937 - 12/'31/i987 



SUBJECTS 



KOZAftT'S SISTER NEVER HAD A CHANCE ACCORDING TO MUSICA FEMINA DUO 

WJSICAL TfCATER 

EXTRAVftGANZA SET IN CASUELL 

'^SEe'^SO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, MUSICIANS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, MUSICIANS 
SEE ALSO CIOMF'I QUARTET 
SEE ALSO COMFflSERS 
SEE ALSO CONDUCTORS (MUSIC) 
SEE ALSO DURHAM SYMF'HCNY 
SEE ALSO FLUTISTS 
SEE ALSO FOLK SONGS 
SEE ALSO JAZZ 
SEE ALSO N.C. SYMPHONY 
SEE ALSO R'OCK CONCERTS 
SEE ALSO R-OCK 'N' ROLL 
SEE ALSO SINGER'S 
SEE ALSO SONGWRITERS 

^^roNTINUING^EOXATION ^ NIGEL KENNEDY 
JAZZ PIANO ON MENU AT BAKATSIAS LE NOUVEAU 

MARItC^MUSICIAN DODGES FAMOUS SHADOU 

WORDS NOTED 

LIBER'ACE: a musical MOrWIENT 

BROTtCR YUSUF LIVES HUMAN RELATIONS ROLE 

Tuc PTPFR'*'^ TIINE" 

IRISH PATRICK STREET A LAID-BACK BAND OF MaODIC ROVERS 

ALL THAT JAZZ 

S^ S^^^l?E^TJhli,^^^MONIOUS LIFE 

INSflRATIOfWL! THE MUSIC BEHIND THE MOVES 

ffi^W^lK'Bi'J f^f, fo^'^R.CORDER GR«' HAS MADE MUSIC... 
iKNuVSwS^uS^liHOF' OPENS SATURT^^r AT D^KE 
i^Y^lSil:"^ SlKSi^V THE SIXTIES 
iSjS^^I^B^GOT KITCHEN EXCITED 
CHORAL DIRECTOR NORMAN LUBOT DIES 
ffi^BlKY^K^TH^^'sfGE SipHIS MUSIC... 
^^T^'iTn^^DOC-S C^^ING IT A CAREER 

utwaphQNIST'jOn'mETZGER performs at THE ARTSCENTER. 

^TfoN^'M-SLSpJuY: BABY JAMES C^^^^^^ 

JAZZ MUSICIAN TUR-NED TEACtER OF DEAF WINS 3-YEAR-CUiS' CHEERS 

PRODUCER DIXON NCU HIS OWN RISING STAR 

MAKING SUEET MUSIC 

SYRIfCE TO AIR PUMP, MUSIC MAN PLAYS IT 

^MC^cS l^I^^^IS PEOPLE'S STORIES 

HI IQt THQ 

SEE ALSO ISLAM (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE m:^ RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 

HOU MX THEIR KIN BE KILLING EACH OTHEF"^ 

MUSLIM SEEKING MAYOR'S OFFICE 

islam: MALIGNED, MISUNDERSTOOD 

'*^^'^^BEARD: a MAN'S only means of expressing his social WORTH 

WJSTANG (AUTOMOBILE) 

MEASURED BY HIS PROIiUCTS 



D — DATE— 



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S 2 3/19/1987 D 11 P F 



H 1 5/06/1987 C 1 N 



H 


2 


H 




H 


o 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


n 


H 


o 


H 


o 






o 




H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


9 


H 


2 


H 




H 


n 



H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
3 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1/02/1987 D 
1/02/1987 D 
1/25/1987 B 
1/25/1987 B 
1/29/1987 D 
2/07/1987 A 
2/09/1987 A 
3/17/1987 C 
3/17/1987 C 
5/14/1987 D 
5/29/1987 D 
6/04/1987 A 
6/21/1987 D 
7/03/1987 B 
7/06/1987 
7/26/1987 
7/30/1987 
8/20/1987 
3/21/1981 
9/11/1987 
9/11/1987 
9/21/1987 
9/24/1987 . 
9/25/1987 C 
9/25/1987 D 
10/01/1987 D 
10/0'?/1987 D 
10/15/1987 D 
10/15/1987 D 
10/16/1987 D 
11/18/1987 C 
11/20/1987 D 
11/27/1987 A 
11/29/1987 B 
12/04/1987 D 
' 12/11/1987 D 



A 
' B 
A 
A 
D 
D 
D 
C 
B 



1 P 
8 P 
1 P 
3 

1 P 
4 

1 P 
1 P 
5 P 
7 P 

5 P 

6 P 
1 P 
1 P 

P 



F U66 
G U66 
U H49 
N 

F B71 
E 

F B85 
P F70 
N '^6 
P 
F 
F 
F 



■»)66 
S27 
C19 
N J40 
F C80 
1 P U L57 
13 N J40 
N 
P F U66 
P U L37 



19 
1 



P 
P 

3 P 
1 P 
6 P 

12 P 

1 P 
12 P 

4 

6 

6 P 

4 P 



U66 
X94 



U66 
B71 
U66 
G59 

U66 
J40 
L37 



L37 
S69 



H 2 5/24/1987 D 5 U G33 

H 1 10/06/1987 C 2 P N 

H 2 12/03/1987 A 4 L 

H 2 10/14/1987 B 2 N 

H 2 10/01/1987 A 4 t 



-LX630- 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1-787 



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — MT 



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tftJTATIONS 

SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO REPranUCTION 
UNC RESEARCHERS BREAKING GROUND ON CHROMOSONE RESEARCH 



S 1 1/13/1987 A 8 N 



MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

MUTUAL SAVINGS Afffl LOAN HISTORY H 

ALLENTON HAS RECORD SALES YEAR S 

MUTUAL SiL REPORTS 18 PERCENT JUMP IN NET PROFIT BEFORE TAXES DURING '86 H 

MY BEAUTIFUL LAUNDfTTTE (FILM) 

CAROLINA THEATER SHOULDN'T PROMOTE IMMORAL LIFESTYLE 



HY LIFE AS A lOG (FILM) 

'MY LIFE AS A DOG' TaLS A DOGGONE GOOD STORY 
•MY LIFE AS DOG' SHOWS COMIC FLAIR 

MY MAN HJDFREY (FILM) 

COMIC 'GODFREY'! SOCIAL MEDICINE WITH NO AFTERTASTE 

MY SWEET LITTLE VILLAGE (FILM) 

SUBTLETIES COIC THROUGH SUBTITLES IN 'VILLAGE' 

MYCOSEARCH INC. 

TRIANGLE TAKES 60 PERCENT OF ENTREFIfflCURIAL AWARDS 
SMAa FIRMS ARE CITETi FOR EXCELLENCE 

MYERSON/AU-EN 

CONGRESSMEN INVITED TO EVENT FOR: HOSIERY MILL 
SEN. SANFORD, REP. VALD'ITINE SEE U.S. FUNDS AT WORK 
APARTMENTS WON'T BE 'RUN OF MILL' 
BEFORE AND AFTER 

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. 
TJ€ COLB COAST 
S\M FUN AT MYRTLE BEACH: 300,000 EXPECTED TO LAUNCH SEASON 

MYSTERIES 

MYSTERY FORCE STARTS AREA'S DAY SHAKILY 

MYSTERY FANS 

MURTCR FOR T^€ FUN OF IT 

NAACP 

SEE ALSO KU KLUX KLAN 
CIVIL WAR BUFF SADDEICD BY CONFEDERATE FLAG FLAP 
STATE NAACP DIRECTOR TAKES NATIONAL JOB 

NAACP, DURHAM CHAPTER 
NAACP OFFICER'S 
NAACP TO HONOR BRYANT 
NAACP TO MEET SUNDAY 
BRYANT WINS NAACP HONOR 
REV. BURNS TO BE NAACP SPEAKER 
NAACP TO HONOR R. KELLY BRYANT JR. 
NAACP PAYS TRIBUTE TO A 'GIANT OF A MAN' 
RILEY GUEST AT fWACP MEETING 
NAACP TO MEET SUNDAY 
DR. VERNON TO SPEAK TO NAACP 

NAACP, GREENSBORO CHAPTER 

SEVERAL TAR HEaS REMEMBER MEETING MARTIN LUTHER KING 
GREENSEC»«3 SCHOOLS TRY FIOTGRAM TO FIGHT FLIGHT OF WHITE STUDENTS 

NAACP, N.C. CHAPTER 

MISSISSIPPI RULING MAY AFFECT N.C. CASE 

RACISM CHARGEIi IN BOARD'S PICKS FOR HONOR SOCIETY 

JUDGE DECLINES TO DELAY ELECTIONS 

NAACP'S DIRECTOR IN STATE TAKING POSITION IN ATLANTA 



2 1/30/1987 B 
2 1/31/1987 A 
2 2/01/1987 B 



3 P P T37 
8 N 
10 N 



S 2 8/03/1987 A 4 L 



2 8/20/1987 D 
2 8/21/1987 D 



2 6/12/1987 D 
2 3/06/1987 D 



2 11/11/1987 C 
2 11/11/1987 A 



2 4/22/1987 C 

2 4/25/1987 B 

2 8/19/1987 A 

2 8/22/1987 C 



2 3/08/1987 D 
2 5/24/1987 D 



2 2/27/1987 A 
2 1/30/1987 D 



4 P R B71 

5 R S66 



9 R L59 
10 R S66 



5 N L41 
7 N L90 



1 N S51 
1 P N S51 
1 P N M06 
1 P P T37 



1 P P M66 
10 P F U66 



1 N H60 
1 P F U66 



2 3/16/1987 B 2 N 
2 9/25/1987 B 9 N 



1/24/1987 D 
7/18/1987 A 
8/22/1987 B 
9/11/1987 C 
9/17/1987 
9/19/1987 
9/20/1987 
9/24/1987 
11/20/1987 



5 P P R76 
9 N 
5 N 
5 N 
3 N 
N 'J55 



2 11/21/1987 B 



10 P N 
9 N 
3 N 



N P38 



1 1/20/1987 C 1 

2 10/06/1987 C 3 



2 4/05/1987 C 3 N 

1 9/04/1987 B 4 P N 

2 9/14/1987 A 13 N 
2 9/24/1987 A 18 N 



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INDEX 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



STATE NAACP DIRECTOR TAKES NATIQNAL JOB 

S SEtFi^Fl?S^ Wc-THIRD IN PAST TEAR 

ffi SKr^VHif^'Mk^ri^ MINORITY HIRING 
PLAHiTIFFS MUST PAY IN RACIAL SUIT 

NA5A 

SEE NATIONAL AER'ONAUTICS AND SF'ACE ADMINISTRATION 

NASCAR 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR: RACING 
NA^AR PRECAUTIO^JS PASSEB TEST ON SUNDAY 
NaIaR WMUNCES MEETIfU TO DISCUSS RACE ALTERCATIONS 
NASCAR FINES 'THE WINSTON' TRIO 
NO PLACE FOR 'GGCNS' ON NASCAR'S TRACKS 
FOR NASCAR, JUST ANOTHER FINE MESS 
RlACETRACK PREACHER FIGHTS NOISE ^,„ , „^ 
LEGISLATION COULD KILL f^^SCAR'S UINSTON CUP 
ADVERTISING BAN COULD END RJR, NASCAR UNION 
FAff ARE/NASCAR FINES 
DALE EARNHARDT TOPS WTING 

NATO 

SEE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION 

fC 49 



D — DATE— 



140RK ON U.S. M IS BELAYING SOi€ MOTORISTS 



NC 54 



S^?^:^?S[IiSEr^^ ^LM^ FIAN FOR BYPASS 

g^ciK Ks RTF INTERSECTIONS 

KM^^NoffAFl^pK: FmiCE PLAN OPERATION WATCHTOG... 

^.^^C^iPl'N^^'fsl^'L^I^ ON Uir€NING OF N.C. 5. 

HEARIf« SET ON N.C. 54 yiDENING 

HEARING MONDAY ON UIDEt^ING PART OF N.C. 54 

15-501 UIDENING PASSES ENVIRONMENTAL TEST 



■"cars SLIP AfCi SLIDE OVER' ICY ROAISi STRETCH OF N.C 
BREAK A BAD HABIT: FREEWAY NOT I;^ 
POLICE PUT 'STOPWATCH' ON SFtEDERS 
SOCOL CROSSING DANGEROUS 
DRIVER FACES CHARGES IN SCHOOL GUARD DEATH 
GUARD'S DEATH UNDER SCRUTINY 

RIBBOnWiNG will CELEBRATE 1-40 SEGMENT 
LUMBERTON WOMAN INJJRED IN URtCK ^^„^ 

F'XI^ tWt CR-OSSINGS TO SLOW WW SF'EEDERS 



55 CALLEIi THE WORST 



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NC 96 



NC 98 



EXTENSION CF N.C. 57 Fi«3P0SEIl IN R-QXBORO 

N.C. 96 aOSED AFTER GASOLINE TA^fK'ER OVERTURNS 
UBy<ER-S CLEANING UP N.C. 96 GASOLIl^E SPILL 

bRIES^OV^'^Nic^ 98'TiAFn?^ OPPOSITION TO PROJECTS 
^lilfe OK n!c. 98 RCTNIN6 FOR HOUSES, OFFICES 

NC 147 

DEAN FREEWAY KTS A NLtfBEF 

Tt€ SIGNS OF CONFUSION „,„„^ 

ry<HAM PANEL OKS FREEWAY PRIORITY 



2 9/25/1987 

1 9/2V71987 

2 10/08/ lv-87 
2 10/23/1987 
2 11/28/19-87 
2 12/30/1987 



3 


2 


5/07/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


5/19/1987 D 


1 F 


N 


H 


2 


5/21/1987 D 




N 


s 


2 


5/21/1987 A 




E 


H 


T 


5/24/1987 B 




U U60 


S 


2 


5/27/1987 C 




N 


S 




7/30/1987 B 




N 


H 


9 


7/31/1987 C 


1 F 


N 


H 


n 


8/05/1987 D 


3 


N 


S 


n 


11/19/1987 B 


2 


N 



H 1 9/30/1987 C 1 N H60 



s 


2 4/03/1987 A 


1 , 


■1 N M06 


H 


2 6/27/1987 D 


J 


N U27 


H 


2 7/01/1937 A 





H 


s 


2 7/07/1987 A 


1 


N U82 


S 


2 7/20/1987 C 


1 


H U82 


H 


2 3/29/1987 C 


1 


N ffil 


H 


3 9/11/1987 C 


o 


N R53 


H 


2 10/03/1987 A 




H R53 


S 


2 10/10/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 10/15/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


3 11/18/1987 C 


1 


N B81 


H 


2 1/21/1987 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 5/30/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 6/05/1987 A 


14 


N l«l 


H 


2 6/10/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 6/10/1987 C 


1 


N ^5l 


S 


2 6/11/1987 A 


1 


P N T85 


H 


2 6/28/1987 C 


1 


P F R76 


S 


2 6/29/1987 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 7/07/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/26/1987 B 


1 


N 



H 1 5/27/1987 C 1 N 

H 1 4/03/1987 C 1 N 380 
H 1 4/04/1987 C 1 N E80 



S 2 1/10/1987 A 1 M N M06 
H 2 1/14/1987 B 2 N fl54 
H 2 5/13/1987 B 2 P N A54 



H 2 6/03/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 6/05/1987 A 4 E 
S 2 9/01/1987 A 1 N H70 



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1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



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NC 157 

DEAN FREEWAY GETS A NUMBER 

NC 751 

DUKE HOTEL PLAN Gl^JEH CONDITIONAL OK BY CITY 

COINCIL BACKS DESIGfCR FOR THEATER 

1-40 SIGNS UNDER FIRE 

COMMISSIONER WAS KEY TO 1-40 ACCESS 

INTERSECTION NEEDS SIGNS 

fCA INC. 

BUaiNGTON PLANT CLOSING TO COST 200 PEOPLE JOBS 

NCM DEVELOF'MENT GROUP 

SEE ALSO N.C. MUTUAL LIFE nSURANCE CO, 
DURHAM INSURANCE FIRM MAINTAINS TOP RANKING 

NCM LIFE COmUNICATIONS INC. 

DURHAM INSURANCE FIF31 MAINTAINS TOP RANKING 

NCNB NATIONAL BANK 

SEE N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

ICC CORP. 

WPHPli EMPTIES 30,000 ALUMINUM DRINK CANS A DAY 
NEC MARKETING OFFICE TO MOVE TO DURHAM CO. 

NEXIS 

SEE ALSO AUTOMATION 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO DATABASES 

2 PROMINENT BUSINESSMEN TO SPEAK AT FUQUA SCHOOL 

GOROG SPEAKS AT DUKE 

NORAD 

SEE NORTH AMERICAN AIR DEFENSE COMMAND 

NOW 

SEE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN 

NRBQ (NEW RHYTHM AND BLUES QUARTET) 

CO^EBACK PAIR PUTS ON A PRETTY FINE EVENING 

N.S. BECK & ASSOCIATES 

RECONSTRUCTION OF AUTO ACCIDENTS A SCIENCE FOR DURHAM POLICEMAN 

NAEGELE OUTDOIR ADVERTISING CO. 
SEE ALSO BILLBOARDS 
BILLBOARD RESTRICTIONS GRtWING IN STATE 
CITIES, COUNTIES HAIL RULING ON BILLBOARDS 
CITY'S BILLBOARD BAN UPHELD 
FEDERAL JUDGE UFHOLDS DURHAM BILLBOAFU BAN 
MILLER'S BILLBOARD BIU A PROP-QSAL FOR FAIRNESS 

NAGS HEAD, N.C. 

NAGS HEAD GROWS INTO SMALL CITY 

OCEAN TAKES HOUSE AT NAGS HEAD 

ANOTHER NAGS HEAD HOUSE TOPPLES 

WEATffiR CALMS ON STORM-BATTERED OUTER BANKS 

PIUEY: NAGS HEAD LOSSES SHOW N.C. MOVING CORRECTLY 

NAGS HEAD LB'IES »50-A-DAY PENALTY ON THREE HOMES 

T(€RE'S HISTORY IN STATE'S QUAINT TOWNS AND INNS 

SOf€ COO. FISHING 

TWO INDICTED IN TIME-SHARE CASE 

NAGS HEAD PR'OJECT DEVELOF'ER FACES CHARGE, SALES HALTED 

CONTROLLED FIRES ARE USED TO CLEAR UAX MYRTLE COVER 

NAISMITH AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 



6/03/1987 C 1 N 



5/26/1987 
5/28/1987 
7/11/1987 
8/11/1987 
12/14/1987 



N H70 
N H70 
■ N H70 
L 
L 



H 1 5/14/1987 BIN. 

S 2 5/05/1987 A 1 N W82 
S 2 5/05/1987 A 1 N U82 



2 5/14/1987 D 
2 6/01/1987 A 



5 P U L41 

6 N 



10/26/1987 A 7 
10/27/1987 C 6 



H 2 5/29/1987 D 3 R L37 
H 2 5/'31/1987 C 1 P N M51 



H 


1 1/12/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


1 2/25/1987 C 


2 H 




2 4/03/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 4/04/1987 C 


16 N 


H 


2 5/12/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 3/11/1987 C 


4 F 


H 


2 4/23/1987 A 


11 P N 


H 


2 4/27/1987 C 


3 P N 


H 


2 4/23/1987 B 


9 N 


S 


2 5/07/1987 A 


1 N B85 


H 


2 6/20/1987 C 


16 N 


H 


2 10/04/1987 E 


6 N 


H 


2 10/13/1987 C 


5 P P 


H 


2 10/14/1987 A 


13 N 


H 


2 11/05/1987 C 


8 N 


H 


2 11/13/1987 C 


5 N 



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1/01/1937 - 12/31/1937 



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FANFARE! NAISMITH WINNERS 
FANFARE/MGRELAND IN RUN>IING 

mV'E CHANGES (PERSONAL) 
SEE ALSO PERSONAL NAMES 
CWNGING YOUR NAfC 

NAMES 

SEE ALSO COURTESY TITLES 

SEE ALSO NICKNAtCS 

SEE ALSO N.C., NAMES OF TOWNS 

^^^TE^EFUSEsloNIl IN CASE OF THE UNWJOWN DEFD^CANT 
WHERE'S OnO? 
WHAT'S IN A NAtC;' 
SPELL NAMES C^ftECTLY 
WOMEN TELL WHY THEY KEPT THEIR NAME 
CHAPEL HILL IS IN TEXAS, TOO 

"f^lZ^T^^hTlZ m DIS.^L, COMPANY SAYS 

uffi IREAMS \S> NA^ES OF DEVELOPMENTS? 

mjNTY SCHOOL POLICY BACKS NO TRANSFER'S 

DURHAM raOTICAL GROUP CONSIDERS FILING CIVIL SUIT 

PaiTICAL GROUP STUDIES NAME CHANGE 

NAME QUIBBLING JUST PETTY FaiTICAL MOVE 

JUDGE TO RU.E ON DURHAM FORUM LAWSUIT 

PROGRtSSIVE FORUM CAN KEEP NAME 

"^•^MAlfLAND's'REsSNT CLOSES, BANK^KUPTCY FILED 

UNISKINSLKANCE LIKELY TO INCREASE WOMDi'S PREMIUMS 

NANCY SUSAN REYNOLDS AWARDS 

s^ mM z"'^smith Reynolds foundation inc. ^.^,„„^ 

3 &LDS AWARDS PRESENTED FOR EXTRAORDINARY LEADERSHIP 

"^"MvATI^GRwIV^E CONGRESS TO BUY 28,000 ACRES OF im IN N.C. 
RAINMU FAMILY ROADBLOCK FOUND i TWO MEN ARRESTS 
RAINBOW TRIBE GETTING BIGGER- AS SETTLEMENT BEING SOUGHT 
RAINBOW PLAaiE CLOSES FOREST 
TIMBER PLAN BEING CHALLENGED ™,^„noo 
MY^TFRIDUS 'ACORN LADY' LOVED THE OUTICORS 
qKELETONOF 'ACORN LADY' FOUND IN f(ANTAHALA GORGE 
C^T^ING INVOLVING RAINBOW FAMILY ENDS WITH CONVICTION 

NANTAHALA POWER' AND LIGHT CO. 

DUK-E POWER NEGOTIATING FOR NPW. ,^^„^,„ 
NANTAHALA POWER CO. TO BE DUKE SUBSIDIARY 
TH<EE UTILITIES (£T OK TO TRIM RATES 

NANTAHALA RIVER 

MAKING A SFIASH 

FESTIVAL FLAME SHOOTS THE RAPIIS 

NANTES, FRANCE 
SEE ALSO FRANCE 
HEELS GET EASY WIN 



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

H 2 3/14/1937 D 4 P N 
H 2 11/-20/1987 C 3 P N 



H 2 1/23/1987 B 2 T N C80 



N 

E 

E 

L 

F CSO 

L 

E 

N 

L 

N S92 

N H70 

N H70 

E 

N H70 

N H70 



H 


2 1/02/1987 A 




H 


2 3/02/1987 A 




H 


2 3/15/1987 D 




H 


2 3/30/1987 A 




H 


2 4/10/1987 B 




H 


2 4/14/1987 A 




S 


2 6/12/1987 A 




H 


2 9/13/1987 C 




H 


2 10/09/1987 A 




S 


2 10/16/1987 C 




S 


2 10/20/1987 A 




S 


2 10/22/1987 A 




S 


2 10/23/1987 A 




S 


2 10/26/1987 A 




S 


2 10/27/1987 A 




3 


2 3/27/1987 A 


1 


H 


2 3/30/1987 D 


10 



N W82 
U L41 



H 2 11/15/1987 B 6 P N 



3/04/1987 

6/27/1987 

7/01/1987 

7/25/1987 

9/19/1987 

10/14/1987 

10/15/1987 

10/22/1987 



3 
10 
3 
4 
12 
13 
13 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



S 2 10/07/ r?87 A 5 N 
H 2 10/08/1987 A 22 N 
H 2 12/11/1987 C 4 N 



H 2 6/14/1987 D 
H 2 7/11/1987 C 



1 P F M66 
1 D N B67 



S 2 12/22/1987 D 1 N 



IT'S A COMMON OCCURENCE FOR MILLIONS OF AMERICANS H 2 10/09/1987 A 6 D F 211 



NARCaEPSY 

SEE ALSO SLEEP _^ 
A BAD NIGHT'S SLEEP; 

^^^ HfflJSE^VOTEs'TO RAN ICATH FWiLTY FOR PEOPLE UNDER 17 
LKISLATORS REACH COMPROMISE ON f^SH, EDGECOMK^SCHOOLS 
SENATE OKS COMPROMISE ON NASH, OGECOMBE SCHOOLo 
COmiTTE FAVORS BILL TO ALLOW HORSE, DOG RACES 



5/22/1987 
6/24/1987 
6/25/1987 
7/02/'1987 



14 
10 
10 
16 



NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO TENNESSEE 
BUREAUCRATIC IIHOCY DOESN' 



T TAKE HaiDAY 



NATIONAL AIDS HOTLINE 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE ICFICIENCY SYNDROME 
SEE ALSO HOTLINES 
OPERATORS BEING RECRUITED FOR AIDS HOTLINE 
FEARFUL CALLER'S RECEIVE FACTS ON AIDS HOTLINE 

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 
CFttPEL HILL SCHOOL AMONG FIRST ACCREDITED 

NATIONAL ACAICMY OF SCIENCES 
SEE ALSO SCIENCE 
STAR WARS OffOSITION 

REAGAN'S SPEECH COULD DECIDE SUPER COLLIDER'S FATE 
PARK EXECUTIVE SHARES INTERNATIONAL PRIZE IN BIOLOGY, MEDICINE 
R-ODBaL GETS NjilTIONAL SCIEfCE AWARD 
PUTMAN NAMED TO INSTITUTE 

U.S. ACADEMY RECOMMENDS MOUI^^G HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE 
HATTERAS RESIICNTS OPPOSE MOVING LIGHTHOUSE 
mJim LIGHTHOUSE IS TOO tUCH OF A RISK 
SCIBCE'S NEW ERA AT HAND— ACADEMY CHIEF 
MOVING LIGHTHOUSE COULD BE COSTLY ERROR 
N.C. REPORTED IN FINAL 6 FOR SUPERCOLLIDER PROJECT 

NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR OUTSTANDING fCGRB STUDENTS 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO f«MES OF SCHOLAF'SHIPS) 
FIVE BLiiCKS WIN NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS 
20 ARE SEMIFINALISTS FOR BLAG< SCHOLARSHIPS 
20 FROM DURHAM AREA NAMEIi SEMIFINALISTS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS 

fWTIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION 
SEE ALSO SPACE RESEARCH 
FIRW WILL BID TO BUILD ROBOTS 
EXF'OSE SHUHLE SETTLEMENTS 

NASA TEACHER RESOURCE CENTER DEBICATED AT UNC AT CHARLOTTE 
NASA OPENS CeJTER WITH UNC-CHARLOTTE 
DU<E F'RGF RAPS SHUHLE F'ROGRAM 
WHITE STILL DOUBTS SF'ACE PRtlGRAM 
FORMER NASA PLANf€R SAYS SHUHLE PROGRAM A DISASTER 
FORMER NASA OFFICIAL SAYS SPACE PROGRAM A SUCCESS 
UNC FKOFESSOR NAMED NASA R£F'RESENTATI'>€ 
EX-NASA deputy: SPACE PR'OGRAM VIEWS CHANGE WITH PRESIDEhJTS 
NASA PICKS N.C. PILOT FOR SHUTTLE 

DIM DEAN SAYS SPACE STATION'S SHUTTLE FLIGHTS WILL POSE CHALLENGE 
NASA (CARTOON) 

A SUCttSSFUL TEST FIRING! THE U.S. SPACE PROGRAM IS BACK!! (CARTOON) 
NASA TEAM LANDS IN DURHAM SCHOOLS 
NASA CREW LAUNCHES CITY-SCHOOL PROGRAM 
DOUELi: U.S. NEEDS 'BIG SMART ROCKET' 
E^«3I^EERING DEAN SAYS NASA NEEIiS MORE POWERFUL SHUTTLE 
NASA TEAM SPARKS STUDENTS' INTEREST 
SPACE-AGE TECHNOLOGY HELPS N.C. BOY 

science: FLIGHT TO FOOD; SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER MATCHES... 
S0^£ BUSINESSES NEED CONVINCING THEY NEED TO BUY NEW INFORMATION 

NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 
IBM HONORED FOR JOB TRAINING PROGRAM 
IBM'S WOR'K-STUDY PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS WIf« AWARD 

NATIONAL ARCHIVES 

U.S. ARCHIVIST SPEAKS 

MORE STOLEN CIVIL WAR PAPER'S FOUND BY FBI 

NATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRESS 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S., ACHIEVEMEfJT STUDIES 
IS HISTORY OVERLOOKED? 



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S I T 
E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 12/31/1987 A 4 E 



H 


2 9/15/1987 A 


12 


N R30 


H 


2 9/22/1987 C 


1 


P N C60 


H 


2 8/13/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 1/06/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 1/16/1987 B 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 4/29/1987 B 


8 P N M97 


S 


2 4/30/1987 A 


1 P N B85 


S 


2 6/17/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 10/15/1987 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 10/16/1987 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 10/20/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/31/1987 C 


2 P N L90 


S 


2 U/13/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 12/08/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 3/19/1987 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 9/30/1987 C 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 10/01/1987 C 


22 


N 


H 


2 1/05/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 1/10/1987 A 


4 


£ 


H 


2 1/24/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 1/25/1987 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 1/26/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 1/28/1987 A 


1 


N L90 


H 


2 3/20/1987 B 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 3/21/1987 A 


12 


N A54 


H 


2 5/27/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 5/31/1987 C 


1 F 


U H49 


H 


2 6/08/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 6/26/1987 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 8/29/1987 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 9/02/1987 A 


4 T T R'56 


H 


2 9/15/1987 B 


9 


N J40 


S 


2 9/15/1987 C 


1 


N S92 


3 


2 9/26/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 9/27/1987 C 


8 


N D80 


S 


2 10/03/1987 B 


1 F 


N S92 


S 


2 10/06/1987 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 10/16/1987 C 


4 


N M97 


H 


2 10/16/1987 C 


4 


N 



S 2 9/16/1987 A 1 N U82 
H 2 9/17/1987 B 3 N 



S 2 6/11/1987 D 12 N 
H 2 3/18/1987 C 3 N 



H 2 1/05/1987 A 



-LX630- 



hONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



Y SUBJECTS 



PAf€L SEEKS MORE STUDENT TESTING TO IMPROVE DATA 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEiCNT OF COLORED PEOFIE 
SEE NAACP 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ATTORNEYS GENERAL 
AIRLINE ADt-tRTISINC GUIOaiNES READY 

NATIWJAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK STUDENTS FOR EDUCATIONAL PUraUITS 
SEE ALSO BLACK CaLEGES, U.S. 

^^TiraTs'uORK^fo^ORGANIZE NATIONAL BLACK GROUP 
BLACK STUrtNTS UR13ED TO CONSOLIDATE EFFORTS 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES 

SEE ALSO COLWIES, N.C. , ^^^^,^ 
OFFICIALS TO ATTEND WASHINGTON nEETING 
RAMSEY GETS ABC APF'OINTMENT 
DURHAM COUNTY CITED FOR INVENTORY FTOCRAh 
GROUP RECOGNIZES COUNTY INVENTORY 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOME BUILICRS 

iSlT^LISTING services MIGHT MERGE NEXT YEAR 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS, FOOTBALL 
cKn TROUfCES CARSON-NEUMAN FOR NAIA CROUN 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LETTER CARRIERS 
SEE ALSO LETTER CARRIER'S 
SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 
POSTAL WORKERS MISUNDERSTOOD 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NEGRO BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S aUBS 
WOMEN'S GROtP TO HONOR TWO 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS 
SEE ALSO ajRHAM BOARD OF REf^-TORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF REALTOR'S 

'^HO^'loKteI'cAn'bE CONFUSING - STUDY 



'EM FIRST 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN CONSTRICTION, DURHAM CHAPTER 
SEE UOfCN IN CONSTR-UCTION 

NATIONAL BALLOON RALLY CHARITIES INC. 

^STA^TivyMRoK™ SUPPORT FOR BALLOON RALLY 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 

'^LU^fG^CnS'ToS^DISEASE THAT WANTS ME BACK' 
fanfare: NBA VISITS CHARLOTTE 
fanfare; CHARLOTTE WAITS 
fanfare; CHARLOTTE HANGING IN 
C'rWRLOHE STILL HOPING FOR NBA 
CHARLOTTE RECOMMENDED AS SITE FOR NBA TEAM 
CHARLOTTE 'BIG LEAGUE' 
fanfare; SPIRITED FANS _^ 
NBA OWNERS FAVOR CHARLOTTE 
N.C. LOVE OF BASKETBALL SELLING POINT 
fanfare; THAT'S THE SPIRIT ,^,p,,,^ 
CHARLOTTE'S PRBS WELCOMED BY ACC OFFICIALS 
CHARLOTTE'S NBA FEVER OJT OF CONTROL 
FINGERS CROSSED WHILE CHARLOTTE WAITS ON NBA 
HlfiH SPIRIT 

CHARLOTTE OFFICIAaY IN NBA FOR '83- '89 
CHARLOTTE FANS 'ON TOP OF THE WORLD' 
NBA BaONGS IN N.C. 
fanfare; SPIRITED CITY 



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E L Y 
-DATE — C -F'G L P BYL 



<l 



H 2 3/22/1987 C 9 N 



H 2 12/19/1987 B 3 P N 



H 2 12/'18/1987 B 7 N DSO 
S 2 12/24/1987 C 13 N 



S 2 3/13/1987 A 15 N 

S 2 5/23/1987 A 12 N 

H 2 8/15/1987 B 3 N 

S 2 8/22/1987 A 12 N 



H 2 12/27/1987 F 1 D N 

H 2 12/20/1987 C 9 N 

H 2 11/19/1987 A 4 L 

H 2 4/29/1987 A 6 P N 

H 2 6/14/1987 F 1 P N 



H 


2 


12/22/1987 C 


14 N 


H 


2 


2/10/1987 D 


2 P N 


H 





2/11/1987 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


2/13/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


2 


3/12/1987 D 


4 N 


S 


o 


4/02/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


n 


4/03/1987 B 


1 N 


s 


o 


4/04/1987 B 


4 P U F25 


H 


2 


4/05/1987 B 


11 N 


H 


2 


4/06/1987 D 


2 N 


S 


2 


4/09/1987 A 


3 N 


H 


•f 


4/10/1987 C 


4 P N 


H 


9 


4/14/1987 D 


2 N 


H 


2 


4/19/1987 B 


5 P N 


H 


•^ 


4/22/1937 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/23/1987 A 


1 P P 


H 


9 


4/23/1987 D 


1 P N 


H 


9 


4/23/1987 D 


3 N 


S 


? 


4/23/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


fy 


4/24/1987 C 


3 N 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



SHINN STILL WAITING TO HIRE COACH, GM 

CHARLOTTE SHOWS ITS SPIRIT 

A QiA IN THE NBA 

JULIUS ERVING! Of£ OF A KIND 

MAGIC'S MW' potion; SC0RI>JG LEADS TO HONOR 

'MAGIC UNANIMaiS ALL -NBA CHOICE 

WORTHY'S GAME PEAKS FOR NBA PLAYOFFS 

COMPUTER PICKS JORDAf^ OMER MAGIC 

COMPUTER SaECTS JORDAN NBA'S BEST ALL-AROUND FIAYER 

'EMCTIOfWL MOMENT' CjUOTES DON'T ACCURATELY TELL THE STORY 

UNO'S SMITH SIGNS PACT WITH KINGS 

LUCAS STILL OUT 

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS... CHICAGO BULLS (AD) 

DALLAS MAVERICKS VS. CHICAGO BULLS (AD) 

DAUGHERTY STRIDES TO FOLLOW BIG FOOTSTEPS 

EXHIBITION PROMPTS MEMORIES OF UNC HEARTACHE 

COaiNS WANTS "CELTICS THEME" ADDED TO JORDAN AT BUa'S-EYE 

JORDAN fCADS SLATE OF f«A ALL-STAR GAME NOMINEES 

NBA OPENS NEW SEASON; RUSSaL BACK' 

MAVERICKS PAY BACK SONICS 

SLEEPY FLOYD WAKES UP WARRIORS 

BILLETS KEEP KNICKS IN FOU. MOOD 

GILMO^E'S DEFENSE GIVES CHICAGO LIFT 

UCa.RID(X'S STEAL SAVES NETS 

CLIPPERS END JINX 

MAVS HAND BULLS ROAD LOSS 

DAUKINS HELPING SPUR SPURS IN PRE-R'OBINSON 

BERNARD THOMPSON LEADS SUNS 

BUCKS HOLD JABBAR; BIRD FALTERS 

DENVER FLIES HIGH, BRINGS MWN CELTICS 

KNICKS POUND NUGGCTS 

NETS, KINGS END STRINGS 

HANDFUL OF HIGH SCHOOL TEAMMATES MAKE NBA 

HORNETS' ARRIVAL A MILESTONE IN NORTH CAFBLINA 

ACC ENCOUNTER 

NBA f€ARS MILESTONE, BUT WHO GETS CREDIT'' 

CHICAGO BULLISH ON JORDAN 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION, DRAFT 

SEE NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIOfJ DRAFT 

NATIONAL BASKETBAa ASSOCIATION DRAFT 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, RECRUITING 
T«? HEELS' SMITH EXPECTED TO GO IN flRSJ ROUND 
MARYLAND TRIES TO PUSH NEVIN OUT THE BACKDOOR 
BOa£S, WOLF RATE HIGH ON 76ERS' LIST; PACERS fflJLL ALFORD 
FOUR YEARS AGO, THIS NO. 1 WAS UNNOTICEIi 
SMITH 1 OF 5 FROM ACC PROJECTED FOR FIRST ROUND 
Smi£ 'EM IP AND PICK 'EM 
NBA TEAMS LOOK DEEPER THIS DRAFT 
SMITH LEADS 5 ACC PICKS IN FIRST ROJND 
LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT! BULLETS TAKE WAKE'S H3GUES 
THE KING AND I 

B06UES BIGGEST ACC SURPRISE IN DR'AFT 
NBA TEAMS GET POINT (GUA8:DS) EARLY IN DRAFT 
SONICS SURPRISED TO GET AI'WIR 
KRZY2EUSKI, WITH FEU BIG MEN, MADE AN ATTEMPT AT MOURNING 

NATIONAL BIO^elICAL SIMULATION RESOURCE 

MATH MODaS SHOW FUNCTION OF CEaS, ORGANS 

NATIONAL BOOK AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO BOOKS, U.S. 
PRICE NOVEL WINS CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD 

NATION/!! BOYS INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIPS 

SEE U.S. mmiS association, BOY'S INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAifflONSHIPS 

NATIO^JAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS 



SUBJECTS 


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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C 


-Fl} L P BYL 


H 


2 4/25/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 4/26/1987 D 


4 E 


H 


2 4/30/1937 D 


1 U D71 


H 


2 5/06/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 5/19/1987 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 5/27/1987 D 


2 P N 


S 


2 5/27/1987 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 5/23/1937 D 


3 N 


S 


2 5/23/1987 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 6/05/1987 B 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 10/15/1987 D 


6 P N 


H 


2 10/15/1987 D 


6 P N 


H 


2 10/18/1987 B 


9 P A 


H 


2 10/25/1987 B 


7 P A 


H 


2 10/25/1987 B 


9 P N C36 


H 


2 11/01/1987 3 


10 P N C68 


H 


2 11/05/1987 D 


2 P N 


H 


2 11/06/1937 B 


4 N 


H 


2 11/06/1987 B 


4 P N 


S 


2 11/11/1987 D 


2 P N 


S 


2 11/12/1987 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 11/14/1987 B 


3 P N 


S 


2 11/19/1987 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 11/20/1987 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 11/21/1987 B 


4 N 


S 


2 11/28/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


2 11/29/1987 C 


4 P N 


S 


2 12/'04/1987 B 


3 P N 


S 


2 12/05/1987 B 


2 N 


S 


2 12/10/1987 B 


3 P H 


s 


2 12/11/1987 D 


2 P N 


s 


2 12/16/1987 D 


4 P N 


H 


2 12/20/1987 C 


11 N 


S 


2 12/24/1987 B 


2 P U F'52 


H 


2 12/25/1987 C 


2 P P 


H 


2 12/27/1987 C 


10 P N 


s- 


2 12/31/1987 C 


4 P U P52 



H 


2 


2/22/1987 B 


2 N M14 


H 


2 


5/10/1987 B 


4 P N D71 


H 


2 


6/17/1987 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


6/21/1987 B 


1 P N D71 


H 


O 


6/21/1987 B 


1 P N D71 


H 


2 


6/21/1987 B 


3 U D71 


H 


2 


6/22/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


9 


6/23/1987 D 


1 P N D71 


H 


2 


6/23/1987 D 


1 P N 


H 


T 

i. 


6/24/1987 B 


2 P P 


S 


2 


6/24/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


■•} 


6/24/1987 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


6/25/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


6/28/1987 B 


8 H D71 



7/29/1987 A 16 N 



H 2 1/13/1987 A 8 N 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



S U R J E 



STANDARDS BUStAU SEEKS WAYS TO BACK U.S. Caf ETITIVE>ESS 
NATIOMy. BUSINESS yOt€N'S WEEK 

'"^V^ ^i'sET^BUsfNlsS UCrtB^'S '^ FESTIVITIES 
fMiAL ^I^£SS WOMEN'S UEEK- HONORS) IN DURHAM 

NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
NCCU TO AID BLACK SMOKER'S' SPJUY 

Si ^l^r.iLE^i'^O^'?!^ ^Ir^^ nI& CANCER INSTITUTE. 

S^LE^f^! KOU TO CHANCE EATING HABITS 
KKE AWARDED J3 2 MILLiaN FOR C«C£R E«UQ RESEARCH 
cKlfJSTIPJTE GI'vES DUKE $3.2 MialON FOR RESEARCH 
WT^MLL ON GRANT TO fim REVIEW OF CANttR F'ROGR^S 
KJ<E CONTIhWES EFFORTS TO GET MAX* AIDS RESEARCH COLTER 

i^TIONfy. CENTER FOR HEALTH STATISTICS LABORATORY 
SEE ALSO fCALTH CARE 
SEE ALSO STATISTICS 

EMPLOYEES HONCRED 

CLIARING Tft RECORD ^ ^ , ..„^rr 

Sc^'^P^kSy^IP^^KiCS for NATIONAL Pi;.MNG 

NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSINK] AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO MISSING CHILIiREN 
UOIWJ CHARtSi IN ABIICTION PLOT 

NATIWAL CHICKEN COOf-Ifffi CONTEST 
NATIONAL CHICKEN COCK-OFF 



C T S 




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N 
P 


S I T 
E ELY 
D —DATE— C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 10/24/1987 B 


8 


N M97 


H 
S 


2 10/13/1987 D 
2 10/19/1987 B 


11 
3 


P U L41 

N 


S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 


2 2/12/1987 A 
2 4/16/19S7 A 
2 5/13/1987 C 
2 5/18/1987 A 
2 6/04/1987 C 
2 11/06/1987 B 
2 11/14/1987 A 
2 11/17/1987 B 
2 11/-25/1987 A 


1 
1 

4 

4 

3 
12 

3 
15 

1 


N 

N S92 
N ISO 
L 

N C60 
N 
N 
N 
N 



S 2 4/09/1987 A 2 P P T37 

H 2 5/01/1987 A 2 N _^ 

S 2 11/02/1987 C 1 N B85 

H 2 11/29/1987 B 11 N M97 



H 2 5/22/1987 C 8 N 



2 5/28/1987 C 1 P F H45 



NATIt»«L CHILD RIGHT «J.IANCE (FORfCRLY PEOPLE ALLIED FOR CHILD ADVOCACY) 
SEE (id-SO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILIi ABU^, U.S. 

^ AL^ F^CF^^IEf FOR CHILB AIWOCACY (CHANGED TO f^TIONAL CHIU) RIGHT ALLIANCE) 
CAUGHT IN T)€ MIDDLE, UNDERGR'OUND " '■ I'^-^/iVa^ 

NATIONAL CLIfttTIC CENTER (AS^€VILLE, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO CLIWtTE 

^iaiTOIfl^SRK*TO PREDICT STRIl-JS FOR PROTECTION 
NATIOm. COLLEGIATE ATVCETIC ASSOCIATION 

^^A^d'^'uP^TO™-ESII€NTS, BASKETBALL, FOOTBALL SCHOLARSHIPS CUT 
ACC CHANCELLORS MAKE GOOD POINTS 
LONG NCAA DRUG LIST CAUSES mJCH CAUTION 
6 ACC TEi^lS GET BIDS TO NCAA TCIPJCY 
iKt^ FINAL FOU? ^^ 

CRUM; no fCAA BID FUNISH-CNT 
NCAA SAYS SPELL RELIEF A-b-P-I-R-I-N 
FWfi«E: TESTIf«3 
MDN'T SCREEN ATHLETES 
FANF/y?E; ECU STI'lL JAITIf-« 

K^A^'S&.'^SK^^JNNING FOR NCAA CHIEF 

VIRGINIA AD SCHULT2 FINALIST FOR ND« CHIEF 

SCHULTZ GETS 01* VOTE 

FAhf are: NCCU YOUTH SPORTS 

STEROID IJSE LURES AMATEUR ATHLETES 

UA. TECH CITES ACADEMIC yC£S IN BASKETBALL 

^^E^^i^F^ ^*IL?i ^DEk^^SF^RTS SCA..«.LS 

!^ ^Tfl^^^^KAl^U^^nfuTIONAL BY CALIFORNIA JUICE 

TAR hEELS STICK i.»«S3, FACE TER-PS 



P N 



s 


T 


.0/15/1987 A 


12 N 


H 


^ 


1/0-9/1987 C 


1 N 


s 


2 


1/13/1987 A 


4 U 


H 


n 


2/27/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/09/1987 D 


1 P N 


H 


n 


3/09/1987 D 


2 C N 


H 


n 


3/09/1987 D 


2 P N 


3 


n 


3/16/1987 D 


11 N 


H 


2 


3/16/1987 D 


4 N 


H 


2 


3/19/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


1 


3/27/1987 C 


3 N 


S 





4/22/1987 D 


4 N 


H 


2 


5/05/1987 D 


1 N 


H 


1 

b 


5/06/1987 D 


1 P N 


S 


T 


5/08/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


n 


5/25/1987 D 


3 N 


3 


n 


6/23/1987 A 


1 D N y82 


H 


n 


7/03/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


o 


9/15/1987 B 


2 P N C68 


H 


2 


9/23/1987 B 


3 N D30 


H 


n 


10/27/1987 D 


1 P N 


H 


n 


11/20/1987 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


11/22/1987 C 


10 P N Y55 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



S U B J 



NCAA DISAPPOINTS AGAIN 

NATIONAL CaLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, BASEBALL 
ERROR SENIiS PACK REELING, 10-6 
ER150R COSTS 'PACK IN NCAA TOURNEY 
UCLFPACK, JACKETS BOUNCED 
CLBiSON FALLS IN 10 INNINGS 
WESTERN, TIGERS OUT 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, BASKETBALL (MEN) 
UNC-ASHEVILLE FALLS HARD 
Tf£ MAGIC NUMBER 

DUKE SEEKS MOMENTUM BEFORE NCAAS 
BASKETBALL/THE NATION 
•TME COMMITTEE* BEGINS PICKING 
SOUTH CAROLINA EASKETBAa GETS 2-YEAR PROBATION 
A 'DOUN' YEAR 

TOUGHEST DUTY FOR BOGUES: RIDING BENCH 

N.C. STATE, OFHER SCHOOLS HAVE 'SPONTANEOUS CELEBRATION' PLANS 
1987 NCAA BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS 
1987 NCAA TOUR'NAMENT FIELD AT A GLANCE 
LOSS TO STATE WON'T KEEP hCELS FR'OM NEW ORLEANS 
NCAA PRODUCERS SET EARLY ROUND DRAMATICS 
UNLV UNANIMOUS NO. 1; UNC NO. 2 
DIKE GEARED FOR NCAA STRETCH DRIVE 
SLOAN VS. pack: EX-STATE COACH EXCITED ABOUT SHOWDOWN 
TAR HEELS ON REBOUND VS. QUAKERS 
DUKE, UNC, STATE GAMES ON URAL 
DUKE CONFirOT FOR OPENER 
HEaS FACE A STRO^JG EAST FIELD 
LET'S WIN - WITHOUT SHAME 
A«1 USED TO UNDERIOG ROLE 
WOLFPACK BACK IN FAMILIAR TERRITORY 
UNC SAYS PENN IS NO PUSHOVER 
KBWY SMITH KEY FOR CAROLINA 
DIGGER HAS IRISH READY 
[lUMB DOME SYNI^OfE 
ON T}£ ROAD AGAIN 
'PACK ON A TREMENDOUS ROLL 
HEaS aiCK LATE, PIN PENN 
SLOAN, GATORS FIRED UP FOR SHOT AT PACK 
WINNING NO MERt FORMALITY FOR BLUE DEVILS 
WKE SKIPS COSMETICS, BEATS A&M 

BLUE ICVILS PLAY 'ROCK AROUND THE aOCK' AT HOOSIER DOME 
UNC ROMPS 

TAR fCELS EXFIODE IN SECOND HALF 
'UO-Y' WIN F-RETTY TO DEVILS 
INJURIES STRIKE BLUE DEVILS 
JACKSON THE KEY FOR SURGI^JG 'PAOK 
ROBINSON'S BEST fWT ENOUGH VS. MICHIGAN 
MWI'S NO SWEET TREAT FOR WOLFPACK 
ARE TAR HEELS READY TO ROLL? 
NCAA STRIKES AGAIN 
NO MIRACLES FOR THIS WOLFPACK 

GATORS OUST PACK; TIGERS, 6A. TECH FALL! FLORIDA'S 2ND-HALF RUfJ... 
DIFFERENT TEAM, FAMILIAR TALE! GIVE ASSIST TO TOWE 
UNC-MICHIGAN: UOLF ECUBTFUL after INJURY 

ihke-xavier: injuries again devilish dilemma 

DRUG testing.' ATTENTION FOCUSES ON LATE-NIGHT WORRIES 

MY BALL 

LIFTING Tf£ DOUBTS 

UNC RUNS BY MICHIGAN 

'GUTSY' DUKE NIPS XAVIERI DEFENSE, STRICKLAND'S FREE THROWS KEY WIN 

KTaY2EWSKI, DUKE GET MEETING WITH 'FAMILY' 

NCAA/AT A GLANCE 

ON Tf£ LOOSE 

RODL, TIGERS DOWN NEW BERN, ADVANCE TO STATE TITLE GAME 

DIS<E'S game: survive and ADVANCE 

TAR HEaS PULVERIZE WOLVERINES 

KING'S DEFENSIVE FOCUS PAYING OFF 



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S 




I T 


N 


E 


E 




L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG 


L P BYL 


S 


o 


12/30/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


■y 


5/22/1987 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


5/22/1987 D 


1 


N 


H 


o 


5/23/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


5/24/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/25/1987 D 


9 


N 


S 


2 


1/15/1987 B 


2 


C N 


S 


2 


2/13/1987 D 




P P F25 


S 


2 


2/25/1987 D 




P U D13 


S 


2 


2/26/1987 B 




N F25 


H 


n 


3/01/1987 B 




P N C52 


H 


n 


3/04/1987 D 




P P 


S 


2 


3/04/1987 D 




U F25 


H 


n 
^ 


3/03/1987 B 


4 P N C52 


H 


2 


3/08/1987 C 




N L90 


S 


2 


3/09/1987 D 


6 C I 


s 


O 


3/09/1987 D 


10 


F 


s 


2 


3/10/1987 B 


1 P U D18 


H 


9 


3/10/1987 C 




U D71 


H 


2 


3/10/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


3/11/1987 D 




P N M14 


H 


? 


3/11/1987 D 




P P D71 


H 


2 


3/11/1987 D 




P N C52 


H 


2 


3/11/1987 D 




N 


S 


9 


3/11/1987 D 




P N F25 


S 


2 


3/11/1987 D 




F U D18 


H 




3/12/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


3/12/1987 D 




P N M14 


H 


2 


3/12/1987 D 




N D71 


H 


2 


3/12/1987 D 




P N C52 


S 





3/12/1987 B 


1 P U D18 


S 


2 


3/12/1987 B 




N 


S 


n 


3/12/1987 B 




U F25 


S 


2 


3/12/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


3/12/1987 B 


2 P N B15 


H 


2 


3/13/1987 C 




P N C52 


H 


2 


3/13/1987 C 




N 


H 


9 


3/13/1987 C 




P U D71 


H 


2 


3/13/1987 C 




N M14 


H 


2 


3/13/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


3/13/1987 A 




P P L38 


S 


2 


3/13/1987 D 




P U D18 


S 


2 


3/13/1987 D 




N F25 


S 


9 


3/13/1987 D 




P U F25 


S 


2 


3/13/1987 D 




U B15 


S 


2 


3/13/1987 D 


3 P N D18 


S 


9 


3/14/1987 B 




P N B15 


S 


9 


3/14/1987 B 




P U D18 


s 


n 


3/14/1987 B 




U F25 


s 


n 


3/14/1987 B 




U B15 


H 


9 


3/14/1987 D 




P N D71 


H 


2 


3/14/1987 D 




P U D71 


H 


2 


3/14/1987 D 




P N C52 


H 


9 


3/14/1987 D 




P N M14 


H 


n 


3/14/1987 D 




B M14 


H 


2 


3/15/1987 A 




P P F70 


H 


2 


3/15/1987 B 




U D71 


H 


2 


3/15/1987 B 




P N C52 


H 


9 


3/15/1987 B 




N M14 


H 


9 


3/15/1987 B 


2 


P N 


H 


9 


3/15/1987 B 


n 


P P X69 


H 


2 


3/15/1987 B 


7 P P L38 


H 


9 


3/15/1987 B 


S 


N MS 


S 


■n 
i. 


3/16/1987 D 


2 


P U F25 


S 


2 


3/16/1987 D 


3 P u Die 


S 


2 


3/16/1987 D 


4 P N F25 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



SUBJECTS 



WERf^ IN LIGHT BLLE TOO iUCH. 
R£ID SOMS 31 AS UNC Al!VANCEo 



A HARD DAY'S KNI^T FOR KRZYZEUSKI 

FmJ^ SEEKING RIGHT TEKF-Q FDR AN IRISH JIG 

fmiCAN NCRKAN HAKES UVWALL IN LAST REGIONAL 

^r^'I^-'u^^^K^'il^^E HCf^S ALU€^ 

^Sf%lE¥'jl ^^^FO^ION^^I-LAYER. 
DEVILS ^€AL f\» :-WOSIER-S 
TAR WTIS EYE HDiJU. EICE _„, 

UIUIAMS GIUE3 HERS INTeem, DpTH 
ALFDRD-AfAXER HATCH SKIU3 IN fCAA TEST 
l>*: AND T^€ ACC ^TILL HAWT PHELPS 
OKeTiNDIANAFAWRITES FCK NCAA MIDUEST TITLE^ 
IRISH WANT SLO) PACE 

T^HEE-sWe 5F£ED can KILL Fra^TI^ffi IRISH 
CALLOUAY UP FOR INDIWW AFTER BEfCHING 
S!W! T« !€ELS HIGHT yiN IT fi± 

T^^S^^Ir. REID GeCRATES RAVE REVIEWS 

IfH teas OVERF«€R IRISH 

A C»m?AST IN STYLES 

REVENGE SWEET FOR DNC 

SYRACUSE SKINS GATOR'S ^,^r. 

UKI SHOT T>€ IRISK' J.R., ^ roLRSE 

;*« SHOT T}£ IRISH^ J.R.. !;f,COUSE: 

SEUVJ-Y, ORANf^hEN OUST GATORS 

ifffliAf<A w<ocKS ixrr bli£ devils 

TIGERS SH(XK CS=At^ _ „^ nr.a.Tur 
B0D€IH: an AFf-EARArCE OF UlfMNG 
MISSING HlfAJTES ^«AN ICFEAT FOT: lCVILS 
SfflCBCDY HAS TO LOSE T>£ BIG Of€ 
fCELS FACE CHALLENGE UP FRONT 
BLUE DPJILS 

St reEL°«as IN east: Syracuse cwtr-xs m: ADVA^CE3 to fin*^ four 

tZ^ELSF^ OfC STEP SHORT AGAIN 
ajk ECVILS RECALL ALL TV£ GOOD TIfCS 

><caa Ta*.+iAfefr/ at a glance 

HEHEIM RHAPSODY 

SYRA^ Sd^ICHE locks PAST DA<.£ POF^... 

SEIKALY, ORANCBCN IW HEEL3 

hCELS MISS FIfW. FOl^ TRIP AGAIN 

PARITY FINDS A «3€ IN NCAAS 

NO BLl£ IN FI(*^ FOU^ 

AT RAiCiOl 

^^Sfi^^ll^ OF OFFICII IN FINAL 4 

&Tn ^^S Sl^CANf^'SfT OF THE FINAL fm TEi^ 
COAD€S ST(^i OUT IN FINAL 4 ^, ,.^,, „ 

J^rBYl-^i.^r Lll^^^^TlN^^^flNAL FOUR- COLD 
KNKM'S DAY IN TP£ SUN 

CfjRTOON •J^^|4?JV''^JLi^Vft^ rjm': gahe'S mo Fcu^ffl HI^SELF... _^ 

l^li HY^tIiA. IMDIaIS xS 0^1 ^ART FIAYS AT 5SD fCT mB(^ 3RD 
IT WAS KNiafT'S NIKfT 

LOUISVIuIe'S CRLM wants rajIDELINES FOR NC;W TOUaCY 

PICKING T}€ .'JCAA FINAL FOU? 

ND¥i BASKETBALL W T>€ AIR 

NCAA TOURNEY 

NCAA BASKFTBALL (FENS ALL OVER T}€ iCRLD 



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H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

3 

3 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

5 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

s 
s 

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



3/17/1987 D 
3/17/1987 D 
3/17/ 19S7 D 
3/17/1987 A 
3/17/1987 A 
3/17/1987 D 
3/17/1987 D 
3/18/1987 D 
3/18/1987 D 
3/18/1987 D 
3/18/1987 D 
3/19/1987 A 
3/19/1987 A 
3/19/1937 B 
3/19/1987 B 
3/19/1987 D 
3/19/1987 D 
3/19/1987 D 
3/19/1987 B 
3/20/1987 A 
3/20/1987 D 
3/20/1987 D 
3/20/1987 D 
3/20/1987 D 
3/20/1987 D 
3/20/1987 C 
3/20/1987 C 
3/20/1987 C 
3/20/1987 C 
3/20/1987 C 
3/21/1987 D 
3/21/1937 D 
3/21/1987 D 
3/21/1987 D 
3/21/1987 D 
3/21/1987 B 
3/21/1987 B 
3/21/1987 B 
3/21/1987 B 
3/22/1987 A 
3/22/1987 B 
3/22/1987 B 
3/22/1987 B 
3/22.'1987 B 
: 3/22/1987 B 
; 3/23/1987 D 
; 3/23/1987 D 
' 3/23/1987 D 
: 3/23/1987 D 
: 3/23/1987 D 
! 3/24/1987 A 
; 3/24/1987 D 
; 3/25/1987 A 
I 3/25/1987 D 
I 3/25/198 
I 3/2i/1987 
I 3/27/1987 

1 3/23/1987 

2 3/29/1987 
2 3/'30/19S7 
2 3/31/1987 A 
2 3/31/1987 D 
2 3/31/1987 D 
2 4/01/1987 B 
2 4/01/1987 D 
2 7/09/1987 D 
2 11/20/1987 D 
2 11/20/1987 D 
2 11/20/1987 D 
2 U/27/1987 D 



1 P U M14 

1 P N C52 

1 P N 

1 N L90 

4 E 

1 P U D18 

1 P N F25 

1 P N M14 
N C52 
U D18 
U F25 
U D18 
N F25 
N B15 
N 

U C52 
N C52 
N M14 
N X70 
L38 
U B18 
N D18 
U F25 
U B15 
N B15 
U D71 
N £52 
N 1171 
U M14 
N «14 
N .114 



1 P 
3 
1 

1 P 
3 

1 P 
1 
1 

2 P 

3 F 



3 
4 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 F 
14 F 
1 

1 P 

2 P 

3 P 

4 P 
4 
1 
4 

1 F 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 F 



N C52 
N D71 
P N M14 
P U C52 
P N F25 
P U D13 
P N B15 
P P K30 
P P L38 
P N C52 
U D71 
U !114 
F P X71 
F F L38 
U D71 
P L38 
U B15 
U BIS 
U F25 
E 

U D18 
L 

N C52 
E 

U D71 
U Ii71 
N D71 
U D71 
U D71 
L 

N D71 
N D71 
U D71 
U D18 
N 
F 



14 P 

21 C I 

33 C I 

2 N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



S U F 



FANFARE/EAST REGIONAL TICKETS 
COMFWER RANKINGS A JOKE 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, BASKETBALL (UOMEN) 
4 ACC WOMEN'S TEAMS RECEI'vC NCAA BIDS 
DUKE UO^EN HOST MANHATTAN 
GETAWAY 

BLUE DEVILS WOMEN SURVIVE JASPERS 
LADY ICVILS RALLY PAST MANHATTAN 
fanfare: WOMEN'S NCAAS 

MONAfiCHS LOAD UP, SHOOT TAR HEELS OUT OF TOURNEY 
BERTRAND, WOLFPACK ADVANCE 
STATE SURVIVES; DUKE, UNC OUT 
N.C. STATE WOMEN GO FOR FINAL 8 
WfflJTACK WOMEN AT HOME FOR Ni::AA EAST REGIONAL 
WOLFPACK, VIRGINIA ELIMINATED 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, DIRECTOR 
UVA'S SCHULTZ EYEING TOP NCAA POST 
NCAA MAKES GOOD CHOICE 
SCHU.n DETERMINED TO IMPROVE NCAA IMAGE 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, FOOTBALL 
FOOTBALL PLAYOFF TO BE STUDIED BY NCAA GROUP 
ECU ESCAPES WRATH OF NCAA 

SMU WANTS PYE; EX-DUKE CHANCELLOR TJAMED PRESIDENT 
FOOTBAa TITLE GAME MAY FALL VICTIM TO BAD TIMING 
SUOFFORD: FOOTBALL TITLE GAME NOT TOP P-R'IORITY 
NCAA DIVISION I FOOTBALL SCHEDLiLES 
NCAA DIVISION I FOOTBALL SCHEDULES 
NCAA PUNTIfJG 
MOUNTAINEERS RaL OVER RICHMOND... 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, GOLF 
UNC, 3 OTHER ACC TEAMS BEGIN NCAA GOLF 
HOUSTON BAPTIST LEADS NCAA GOLF,- UfJC 4TH 
DEACS GRAB SHARE OF NCAA GOLF LEAD AT HALFWAY POINT 
WAKE FOREST FALLS TO 5TH IN NCAA GOLF 
WATTS, COWBOYS SWEEP NCAA GOLF 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, GOLF (UOMEN) 
ORLEY, WJKE WOMEN TAKE NCAA GOLF LEAD 
BLl£ DEVILS DRtJP IN NCAA GOLF 

miami takes ncaa golf lead 

san jose state captures women's ncaa; duh^ 7th 

f'umped-l'p irons go long for duke women golfers 

national calegiate ath.etic association, lacrosse 
duke stays at home; unc gets lacrosse bid 
spartans anxious to play unc lacr'osse 
tar ^£els rip spartans: uno's 21-5 win sets up game with hof'kins 

national collegiate athlctic association, proposition 48 
see afrtetes, academic standards 
see national collegiate athletic association 
see proposition 48 

national collegiate athletic association, soccer (men) 
fanfare: et cetera 
acc lands five teams in ncaa field 
acc dominates ncaa soccer 
duke begins title defense today 

uMcK^FALLS In'^T^^'^^'"^' "^"^^ ADVANCES IN NCAA SOCCER PLAYOFFS... 

HEELS BLANK dIvILS 

ROYER LEADS MEN OVER USC 

CLEMSON UF'SETS NO. 1 INDIANA; UNCG 6, WASHINGTON U. 1 

MISSIMO'S GOAL SENDS TAR HEELS TO FINAL FOUR 

UNC, CLEMSON IN SOCCER REMATCH 

MOTIVATION BIG FACTOR IN NCAA SOCCER SEMIS 



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S 




I T 


N 


E 


E 




L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


H 




12/05/1987 D 


3 


N 


S 


2 


12/23/1987 D 


2 


U F25 


H 


n 


3/09/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


•■} 


3/11/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


n 


3/12/1987 D 


1 


P P K30 


H 


9 


3/12/1987 D 


n 


N B13 


S 


7 


3/12/1987 B 


3 


P P 


H 


9 


3/14/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


3/15/1987 B 


7 


N B13 


H 


o 


3/15/1987 B 


7 


N 


S 


7 


3/16/1987 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 


3/19/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


n 
^ 


3/19/1987 D 


3 


fj 


H 


2 


3/20/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


9 


5/28/1987 D 


1 


P N D71 


S 


2 


6/10/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/15/1987 B 


2 


P N C68 


H 





1/07/1987 B 


n 


N 


S 


2 


3/10/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/30/1987 A 


1 


P N N36 


H 


2 


5/31/1987 B 


5 


N C36 


H 


9 


6/20/1987 D 


1 


P N 


S 


T 


8/23/1987 D 


20 


I 


S 


2 


8/28/1987 D 


22 


I 


S 


2 


11/26/1987 B 


3 


C N 


H 


2 


U/29/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


6/10/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


9 


6/11/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/12/1987 C 


1 1 


P N 


H 


2 


6/13/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/14/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 D 


1 


N 


H 


9 


5/29/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/30/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


9 


5/31/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


5/31/1987 B 


6 


N C49 


H 


T 


5/11/1987 D 


1 


N B13 


H 


2 


5/13/1987 D 


3 


N B13 


H 




5/14/1987 D 


1 P N C68 



H 


2 1/25/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/10/1937 D 


1 


N C52 


S 


2 11/10/1987 D 


2 P 


N P52 


H 


2 11/15/1987 C 


11 


N C52 


H 


2 11/16/1987 D 


1 P 


N C52 


H 


2 11/16/1987 D 


4 


N 


S 


2 11/16/1987 D 


5 P 


N A76 


H 


2 11/23/1987 B 


2 


N Y55 


H 


2 11/23/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 ll/'30/1987 B 


T 


N Y55 


S 


2 12/04/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/05/1987 D 


1 


N Y55 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/11/1987 



SUBJECTS 



CLEMSON BCUNCES TAR HEELS 

TIGERS UEAR CCUN AZTECS, TAKE NCA.A SOCCER CRuWN 

HOME FIELD, HOME FANS HELFO BOOST CLEiSCN 

NATIONAL CaLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, StlCCER (WOMEN) 

^AR^KwCN HIGH^TEF' WAY INTO SOCCER'S FINAL FOUR 
'PACK W)MEN LOSE 

UNC l«HCN CHILL CALIFORNIA IN SOCCER SEMIS 
UNO WINS TUICE IN NCAA SOCCER 
UNO UOtCN CHAFFS AGAIN 

mnom. caLEGiATE ath.etic association, tennis 
fanfare: TEhJNis tantrums 

national collegiate athletic association, track 
f'eebles, mcneill set for ncaa track 
stadium records fall in ncaa track 

national coaegiate athletic association, water fdlo 

dIj^E IWTER Pa^ TEAM DIVES INTO NCAA REGIONAL TaiRm-CNT 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, URESTLING 
7 TAR HEaS IN NCAA 

PALACIO IN, KOI OUT IN NCAA URESTLING 
U.S. WRESTLER-S CLOSING THE GAP 

fWTIONAL COMJilSSION ON AIR QUALITY 
SEE AIR POLLUTION STANDARDS 
SEE AIR QUALITY 

NATIONAL COMXITTEE TO PRESERVE SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICARE 
SEE ALSO MEDICARE 
SEE ALSO SOCIAL SECURITY 

ROOSEVaT LETTER USES SCARE TACTICS 

SOCIAL SEClfllTY IN TROUBLE 

NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BLACK MAYORS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, MAYORS 

^LACK°MAYOR^1'lOSS*MAY COST CHARLOHE NATIOrJAL COWENTICN 

^^^^^^hI^Sel^^, S^^PJI^S^'aFart 

'S KNA^fcO^S?R?'^^'F/E'^ieLRI0RATION. EXTI^«:TION 

NATIONAL CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 

SEE ALSO JEFFERSON MAR-KCTING CORP. 

SEE ALSO N.C. CO^H^■ESSICNAL aUB 
MARTIN SEEKS ADVICE FROM LEGISLATORS ON GOP CHIEF 
BILL REDMAN MAY GET APPOINTMENT TO UTILITIES BOARD 
MARTIN SEEKS CCNSQJSUS ON GOP CHAIRMAN 
JACK HAUKE ON LIST FOR GOP CHAIR'MAN 
MARTIN [£LAYS PICK FOR GOP CHAIRMAN 
R^UBLICAN EFFORTS TO FIMi STATE CHAIRMAN CXLAF'SE 
J^K HAUKE GOVER,icR'S CHOICE FOR POST OF STATE GOP CHAIRMAN 
HaMS S^S CLUB NEEDS MONEY, OFFICIALS SAY lOT NOT ABNORMAL 
CHAIRMANSHIP CLASH FOSES STIFF TEST FOR MARTIN, GOP 
GOP FIGHT raULD BE DIRTY, DISHONOR'ABLE 
K SAYS HE HAS SOLID SUPPORT TO BE GOP CHAIRMAN 
JACK HAWKE GETS STATE GOP REINS ^^^^^ 
HUNT CAMF'AIGN FI«i BY aECT ION COMMITTEE 

Sli??^z^k^^FTi:li'°^IPo^?l i? "mi^i^ 



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E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



2 12/06/1937 C 
2 12/07/1987 D 
2 12/07/1987 D 



2 11/15/1987 C 
2 11/16/1987 D 
2 11/22/1987 C 
2 11/23/1987 B 
2 11/28/1987 A 



1 P N Y55 
1 P N Y55 
1 P N Y55 



11 P 

c 

J 

10 



N F92 

N 

N 

N 

E 



H 2 6/10/1987 D 4 N 



S 2 5/11/1987 D 5 N 
H 2 6/04/1987 D 2 N 



S 2 11/10/1987 D 7 P N A76 



H 2 3/18/1987 D 4 N 
H 2 3/20/1987 C 2 N 
S 2 7/14/1987 B 2 P N B18 



2 6/03/1987 A 4 L 
2 7/13/1987 A 4 L 



H 1 11/20/1987 B 5 N 



H 


2 


3/14/1987 B 


3 N 


S 


n 


8/04/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


9 


3/11/1987 A 


5 J R53 


H 


-;> 


1/02.'1987 A 


12 P N 


H 


9 


1/05/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 


1/07/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 


1/14/1937 B 


5 N 


H 


9 


1/13/1987 C 


16 N 


S 


2 


1/20/1987 A 


3 N 


H 


9 


1/21/1987 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/23/1987 C 


2 P N 


S 




1/26/1987 A 


3 -J r^ 


S 


2 


1/28/1987 A 


7 J RSJ 


H 


9 


1/31/1987 A 


10 N 


H 


2 


2/01/1987 A 


1 P N 


S 


9 


2/-03/1987 C 


6 N 


H 


n 


2/04/1987 B 


6 N 


H 


2 


2/15/1987 D 


4 T T R5i 


H 


9 


2,^23/1987 B 


14 P N 


H 


.-I 


2/24/1987 B 


4 N 


o 


2 


2/25/ 1987 A 


4 E 


H 


9 


2/26/1937 A 


15 N 


H 


-> 


2/'23/1987 A 


11 N 




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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1997 - 12/31/1937 



S U E J 



GOP FIGHT BECQHING CIVIL WAR 

FLOOR FIGHT COULD ERUPT AT REPUBLICAN CONUEffflON 

democrat says congressiona club operation a 'political sheu game' 

congressional club protwtes jesse helms for president 

go f(» it, jesse 

conservatives sehing up county groups 

congressiojwl club asks for money 

congressional club seeking help on debts 

religioijs pitch used to get political funds 

congressional aub caused its gun woes 

urenn says contributions save congr'essional club 

congressional club fund-raisifc down but still at the top 

helms opposes prcyoseb measure for limits on campaign spending 

aub holds off on endorsement 

congressional lonely hearts club band (cartoon) 

republicans didn't ftay ga^e gently in asheville 

congressional club says helms won't be running for top office 

fetzer uia seek 4th district seat 

fetzer bids for seat in congress 

corporate support of fundereilr'k debt draws fire 

paierful helms machine cranking up for kemp' 

airball (cartoon) 

ow.y two candidates exptcthi in 4th district campaign 

institute planned to train young people to be politicians 

kemp backer says his man can move up 

national council of chufi'ches 
see also n.c. council of churches 
company icnating $5 millian in corn seed 
jim bakker not alone 
wcwan nominated for chur'ch council post 
council of churches official blasts tv evangelists 

national council of negrti women 
• see also blacks, u.s. 
see also women, politicians 
national council of negro uomqj seeks program nominees 

national council of teachers of english 

english teachers find success with quilts, scrapbtkks, fair 

national crife information center 
see also cri1€, statistics 
crime files help'ful, but maybe dangerous 

national dairy ftomotion and research boar:d 
see also milk 
n.c. state will get dairy research center 

national dance company of senegal 

dance comf'any fr-om senegal to f-erform wed. 
senegal hangers leave crowd entranced, afoot 

national eot 
see also economy, u.s. 
see also traic deficit 
see also u.s., budget 
see also u.s., budget deficit 

we're a debtor nation 

'ft)rk barfa' continues to fuel federal deficit 

reagan sftfiding leads to fiscal ruination 

sanford: shaics of al smith 

WOOING THE RECALCITFiANTS 

A DEBT BEYOND BA,'fl<RUFTCY 

SANFORD F-ROF'OSES USING 'DEBT BUDGET' 

BUDGET DEBATE NEEIiS HONESTY AND ACTION 

SANFORL'S BUDGET IDEA CERTAIM.Y WORTH A TR'Y 

HOUSE, SENATE MEDICARE PROPOSALS BUDGET BUSTERS 

NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CON(,'ENTION, N.C. DELEGATES 



E C 


T S 


S 




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I T 


N 


E 


E 




L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG 


L P BYL 


H 


9 


3/04/1987 A 


1 


N 046 


S 


n 


3/06/1987 C 


1 


N M06 


H 


o 


3/16/1987 B 


9 


P N 


H 


9 


3/17/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/18/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


9 


4/05/1987 C 


6 


N 


3 


2 


4/15/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


4/16/19S7 D 


12 


N 


S 


2 


4/18/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/19/1987 D 


4 


E 


H 


o 


4/21/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


? 


5/17/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/23/1987 C 


2 


N 


S 


9 


6/01/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


9 


6/07/1987 A 


2 


P J 046 


S 


2 


6/16/1987 C 


3 P N 


H 


9 


6/23/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


3 


7/30/1987 B 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


8/07/1987 A 


15 


N 


S 


2 


9/03/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 


9/07/1987 A 


4 


T T R56 


H 


3 


10/22.'1987 B 


1 


N L40 


H 


n 

jL 


12/14/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


12/21/1987 A 


11 


N 



H 2 1/21/1987 B 3 N 

H 2 3/30/1987 A 4 E 

H 2 9/26/1987 A 7 N 

H 2 11/04/1987 B 6 N 



H 2 6/17/1987 B 1 N 

H 2 10/17/1987 C 16 P N K65 

S 2 6/16/1987 A 4 E 

H 2 3/21/1987 B 5 N 



H 2 11/01/1987 C 11 N U80 
H 2 11/06/1987 D 24 R L59 



2/26/1987 

3/26/1987 

7/05/1987 

7/10/1987 

8/25/1987 

8/27/1987 

9/29/1987 

10/01/1987 

10/06/1987 

12/01/1987 



4 

4 

4 P 

4 

4 

4 

8 P 

4 

4 

4 



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1/01/1937 



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12/31/1987 



B Y 



U B J E C T 



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SEE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION, N.C. DELEGATES 

^^^^AL^rG^^^lf LaSrY of ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH 

^DOC'^T^^™ Uvif^LI«BS UITH DIVING CHAMBER 

NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 
SEE W.SO TEACHERS, U.S. 
STATE TEACHERS PAY RANKING 'MISLEADING' 
CANDIDATES URGEIi TO ADDRESS TEACHER PAY ^^,^„,^. 
'iF NED TO DREArt AGAIN,' SIfW( TELLS UNC STUDENTS 

Wawm. EDUCATION lEEK (SEE NW1ES OF INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
SEE W^ERICAN EI«:aTION WEEK 
SEE DLfRHAM CITY SCHOOLS 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCH(X)LS 

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS 
'RCAI*WP' FOR URITERS OFFERED 
•XYtff'IC' fWSIC PREMIERES 
A MIXED BAG FOR HALLOWEEN 
HAI€S TO DISPLAY OBUCK'S WORKS 

NATIONS ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUW^ITIES 
SEE ALSO NATIONiy. W.»1ANITIES CUmt 
SEE ALSO N.C. HUMANITIES CCfMITTEE ,,„,,„„ 

r^.^'^FEiS^i'^l^l'^o'o^O ?^'^I'Del^S^I20^.S. PRESERVE WOR:KS 
DR. aARK AWARICD RESEARCH STIF'END 
PROFESSOR RECEIVES STIFOfD FOR FEbtAKCH, 

•R-nAIWAP' CLASS FtOTS COURSE FOR WRITERS 

RflAimPTO^T LITERATURE OFFER'S AID TO ASPIRING WRITERS 
HEAD OF NATIONAL ENDOWMENT TO SPEAK' MONDAY , 

SPEAkS: TEACH MORE HISTORY, LITERATURE IN SCHOOLS ^ __^^,^ 
hStIES CENTER^! «3 MILLION QUALIFIES FOR MATCHING GRANT 
3 PROJECTS GET GRANTS 
7 AREA INSTITUTIONS GET HUMANITIES AWARDS 



'^'^^^^ffgD^fS'^F^ A BOOK OF RE^TIONS...' 



(Cf*;T0ON) 



NATIONAL FEDERATION OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL 'JOHEN'S aUBS 
D^HAMCLUBS SET BUSINESS WOMEN'S '4EEK FESTIVITIES 
NATIWAL PIJSINESS WOMEN'S WEEK' HCN01?ni IN DURHAM 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPOfBENT BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO BUSI^£S£.ES, SMALL 
:3MAa BUSIfCSS GIVES ASSEMBLY A 'L* 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF PRESS W»0 

TUG CUKE STAFFERS GET WRITING AWARDS 

NATIONAL aOOD INSURANCE 
SEE FLOOD INSURANCE 

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEA.3UE 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 
SEE ALSO FR-EE AGENTS (SPORTS) 

'i^ll^^l llAL^TlSilHO HAVE FIAYED PRO FOOTBAU 
OFFBEAT history: FAf^JING TrC LOYALTY Fl-At€b 

FAfffARt: erE on jWkin 

PRO SCOUTS EYE JUNKIN 

MAJORING IN SPORTS 

QUICK AMONG MISSING EAGLES 

1987 NFL SCHEDULE _^„ 

SIMMS: GIAffTS STILL HUNGRY FOR SUCCESS 

EVEN WITH MONTANA BACK, 49ERS FACE TOUGH bOINb 

mf^ER mm casualties as ao-man limit approaches 



H 2 10/20/1987 B 1 P F C60 



S 2 5/27/1987 A 1 C N 392 
H 2 9/09/1987 A 13 P N 
H 2 9/11/1987 C 1 N K65 



S 2 2/26/1987 D 4 N 

S 2 7/16/1987 D a N 

H 2 10/20/1987 C 7 D U W66 

H 2 11/12/1987 A 18 N 



H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



5/24/1987 C 
6/02/1987 A 
3/05/1987 
S/13/1987 
9/03/1987 
9/27/1987 
11/14/1987 
11/17/1987 
11/17/1987 
11/24/1987 
11/26/1987 



1 

a 

18 
3 
3 

4 
1 
5 
6 
11 



N I®) 

N U66 

N 

N 
P N 
P U H45 

N 
P N M97 

N R'SO 

N 

N 



H 2 4/29/1987 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 10/13/1987 D 11 P U L41 
S 2 10/19/1987 B 3 N 



H 2 8/23/1987 D 13 N 
S 2 7/02/1937 C 5 N 



S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



1/19/1987 D 
1/22/1987 A 
3/28/1987 A 
4/17/1987 C 
4/17/1987 D 
4/24/1987 C 
3/06/1987 D 
8/28/1987 D 
9/01/1987 D 
9/01/1987 D 
9/01/1987 B 



P N B15 

L 

H 
F N 

N 

U C09 
P N 

I 

N 

N 

N 



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/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12A51/1587 



S U B J 



INSire 

LET EOZ WEAR *0' FOR CLASS 

HEELS' HAYES, HORTON BACK IN NFL 

COLLEGES SHCUUi JUST SAY NO 

FORMER ACC PLAYERS FILLING NR ROSTER' VACANCIES 

SKIRMISHES BREAK OUT ON PICKET LINES 

CORRIGAN: ACC not likely to SWITCH GAMES TO SUf€iAY 

LET 'EH BE FREE AGBfTS 

GOLF, BASEBALL TO TAKE P-RO FOOTBALL'S TV SPOTS 

EX-ACC PLAYERS FIND NEW CHANCE TO PERFORM 

STRIKE PROMOTES FAMILY FUN 

LET THE SCABS PLAY 

LOTS OF GAMES, BUT FEU FANS EXPECTEC AT MEADOWLANIS 

DORSETT BACK WITH COWBOYS; UNION CALLS FOR MORE TALKS 

ON football: STRIKI^^G while THE GRIDIRON IS HOT 

TAYLOR: I'M NO UNION MAN 

THEISMANN HAPPY WITHOUT STRIKE 

NFLPA (CARTOON) 

FANFARE/SPEEDWAY FOOTBALL 

INSIDE 

NFL REPLACEMENTS SET TO TAKE FINAL BOW THIS WEEKEND 

^8^.'S SURPLUS OF GREED 

INSIIE 

AFTER STINT AS NFL REF'LACEMENT, STANK:AVA6E RETURNS HOME 

FANFAREy^FL IN CHAFIOTTE? 

RICHARDSON WANTS Na IN CHAFIOTTE 

fWTIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE DRAFT 
AT RANI'OM 

I??i*^?HI.I£^°A B'^'^TON. JEFFIRES, JJNKIN EXPECTED NFL FIRST-ROUND PICKS 

EARIY PRESS NO MEASURE OF THIS ACC TRIO - 

imm FOR THE Bf;CUNS 

JUM<IN, BARTON, JEFFIRES GO IN FIRST ROUND 

CLEVELAND BROWNS DEAL TO GET JUt«IN 

NFL draft: ACC SHINES IN FIRST ROU^ffl 

JWKIN, JEFFIRES, BARTON, FLAGLER 'FANTASTIC FOUR' 

DRAFT DAY TURNS INTO JUNKIN'S DREAM DAY 

SHUNfO BUT NOT FORGOTTEN, KRAMER AND BR'IM TRY AGAIN 

CELEBRATING THE DRAFT 

EAGL£S 'RECOGNIZE' BARTON IN DR'AFT 

NFL LIKES TRIANGLE 

BARTON SAYS BQSWORTH'S EFFORTS BECOMING FOOLISH 

BARTON, JEFFIRES SIGN PACTS WITH NFL TEAMS 

M^ALfe'^lloT'' ""'^ "'^"'° "^''^ ''''' °^ ^'^^ 

DUKI'S JUNKIN SITS AND WAITS ON BF'OWNS 

PROFESSIONAL SCOUTS STILL WELCOME AT AREA FOOTBALL CAMPS 

NATIONAL FORUM OF BLACK PUBLIC ADMINISTFATORS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 
COUNTY MANAGER TAPPED FOR POST 

NATIONAL FUaSAVER CORP. (MASSACHUSETTS) 

DEVICE INCREASES GAS MILEAGE BY 22% (AD) 

NATIONAL FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND MORTICIANS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND MORTICIAN ASSOCIATION OF N.C. 
SEE ALSO FUNERALS 
SEE ALSO MORTICIANS 
AIDS VICTIMS' SURVIVORS FACE DISCRIMINATION 

NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART 

O'KEEFFE TRIP PLANNED IN NOV. 

NATIONAL GAS AND POWER CO. INC. 

OUENSBY SELLS PART OF fAJCLEAR PLANT SITE 

NATIONAL GEOGRAFWIC SOCIETY 

$30,000 GRANT AWARDm TO PRCMOTE GEOGRAPHY 

NATIONAL GOVERNORS' ASSOCIATION 



E C 


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I T 


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E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


3 


O 


9/05/1987 C 


1 U T30 


S 


2 


9/15/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/17/1987 D 


4 P N 


S 


2 


9/18/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/23/1987 D 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 


9/25/1987 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 


9/25/1987 B 


4 N 


H 


o 


9/26/1987 A 


4 £ 


H 


T 


9/26/1987 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


9/27/1987 B 


6 P N 


S 


2 


9/29/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/01/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


10/01/1987 D 


1 N C49 


H 


2 


10/02/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


7 


10/05/1987 B 


1 U G78 


H 


2 


10/06/1987 D 


1 P N C36 


H 


9 


10/07/1987 D 


1 P N C36 


H 


2 


10/17/1987 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 


10/17/1987 D 


3 N 


3 


2 


10/17/1987 C 


1 U T30 


H 


2 


10/17/1987 D 


4 N 


H 


2 


10/22/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


9 


10/24/1987 B 


1 u no 


H 


2 


10/25/1987 B 


5 P N C36 


H 


n 


12/16/1987 D 


5 N 


S 


2 


12/16/1987 D 


5 N 


S 


O 


4/24/1987 C 


1 U D18 


H 


9 


4/26/1987 B 


1 P N C36 


H 


n 


4/23/1987 C 


1 U C36 


S 


9 


4/28/1987 A 


1 P P 


S 


2 


4/28/1987 C 


1 P N 


s 


2 


4/28/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


o 


.4/29/1987 B 


2 C N 


H 


T 


4/29/1987 B 


2 P N C36 


S 


2 


4/29/1987 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


4/30/1987 D 


1 U C36 


S 


2 


4/30/1987 B 


1 U F25 


H 


2 


5/03/1987 B 


7 N C36 


S 





5/04/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/14/1987 B 


5 P N C36 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 D 


1 P N 


H 


? 


7/25/1987 D 


1 N 


S 


2 


7/29/1987 D 


1 N 


H 


7 


3/05/1987 D 


1 P N C36 


H 


2 


3/30/1987 B 


5 P N C36 


S 


2 


4/20/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


o 


10/07/1987 B 


4 A 



S 2 3/12,^987 A 1 N B85 

H 2 10/11/1987 D 9 N 

H 2 6/26/1987 C 8 N 

H 2 1/23/ 1987 B 2 N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



U B J E C 



N E 

p D — Es^T 



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SEE ALSO KMRN0R5, U.S. 

REPUBLICAN GC-'.S;;f«R'S SWM CCr^IT«MT TO EDUCAnONAL REFORl-o 

NATIONS. GOVERNORS' CG^reeCE 

SEE NATIONAL GC^ERNCRS' ASbXIATION 

NATIONAL KJARD, N.C. 

SEE N.C. NATIONAL RJARD 

^WTIC>4AL ^£ALTH SERVICES CCRF'. 

SEE ALSO FEALTVi CAsE ^ 

^^"°IS^ ^8^T.fl!llfr^lIiI^ ON LUNG DISEASES rjf .CHILDREN 
SABISTON ."-MMED TO HEALTH COiNCIL 

NATIC-N(^ HIGHLY TRAFFIC SAFETY AWINISTRATICN 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, U.S. 
SEE ALSO HIGWAY SAFETY ^ ^^^ „^_ 

sl ALSO NATIOf<AL T7:ANSP0RTATI.3N SAFETY BOARD 
SEE ALSO SAFETY 
SEE i^SO SF'EED LIHITS 
•SEE ALSO TR/iNSF-CRTATION ^^„,. 

SE SlSO U.S. I£F'T. OF TKANS^CRTATION 

GROUP SEEKS RECALL CF BUSES 

POLItl FWISE 3i;*l£ SOBRIETY TEST 

SEE Pi-Sa NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 
'MONITOR' E£C0i-€5 A f4ATI0r<AL LANDhARK 
A BIT TOO rUCH 

NATIOm. HOCKEY LEAGUE 

^^SH^rail^'^ STID'< ON DM & Tf€ NW. 
NO PLACE FOR 'GOONS' ON NASCAR'S TRACKS 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIEH ^^, ™,.(^ 

RACISM CHARGED IN BCARIi'S PICKb FOR HONOR SOCIETY 
i-WffiR STUIiENTS 

■NATI»<AL HOT ROD ASSOCIATION 

AIUvtRTISING BAN COUJ) END RJR, 



H 2 l/16/l-?87 A 4 E 
H 2 2/23/1987 B 7 P N 
H 2 7/29/1987 A 5 U 



^^AS&w UNior^ 



'^'l\^II^'i5?lW FOR T>€ HL^ITIES 
SEE (L^ N.C. HJ1ANITIES 'X^t1ITTEE 
«ASTE FORUM IS DUP.PED A 'TEA PARTY' 
FINWCIfffi tPJS T(yiC OF RTF TALK 

IBC-TV HEAIiCU6R'TE};-S BREAKS a<0UNTi IN RT? 

♦TMIlll^Na^E''.- BOOSTS PiJBLIC TaEVISION CENTER 
FCUNIiATICN GIvES 52-j.iX^O TO CDJTER 

iK:1SEifk^a;°Lf?I^T^1^ scHoas 

^'^°Ii^^'EriTi^s'^i W^ QUALIFIES FOR «ATCHIf« GR^T 

fWTIORAL INSTITUTE FOR l€NTAL «ALTH 

^^Dl^^PRff^^YItJC'CHILISTOD AGGRESSION 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR OCCUPATIONAL fCALTH ^JD SAFETY 
SEEALSO OCCiyATIK^l SAFETY A.NI1 l-tALTH AK1INISTRATI0N 
SEE ALSO (»*-TVE-JOB SAFETY 
AGENCY STUDIES ■MSb [1ST IiANGERS 



S 2 9/14/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 10/31/1987 B 14 N 



H 2 1/01/1987 B 2 N U80 
S 2 11/04/1987 A 9 N 



H 1 A/03/1987 C 2 N ' 
S 2 12/28/1987 A 3 N 



H 2 3/10/l'987 A 2 N 
H 2 10/11/1987 D 4 E 



H 2 5/07/1987 D 1 U D71 

S 2 5/21/1987 A 4 E 

H 1 9/04/1987 B 4 P N 

S 2 12/04/1987 B 12 R P T32 



H 2 7/31/1987 C 1 R N 



H 2 1/15/1987 B 1 N 046 

S 2 4/13/1987 B 7 N 

S 2 3/07/1987 A 1 N B85 

H 2 3/08/1987 C 1 P N !^7 

H 2 9/03/1987 B 10 N 

H 2 11/14/1987 C 4 N 

H 2 11/17/1987 B 1 P N M97 

H 2 11/17/1987 B 5 N R80 



S 2 5/19/1987 B 1 N B85 



S 2 11/30/1987 C 5 N 



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1/01/1937 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECT 



-DATE- 



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E L Y 

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AGING 
SEE ALSO AGING 
LECTURE SLATED ON AGING AT UNC 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALLER'GY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES 
SEE ALSO ALLERGIES 
UfC TO GET GRANT FDR AIDS RESEARCH 
AIDS GRANT GIVES UNC $8 MILLION FOR RESEARCH 
UNC TO STUDY AIDS' TIE TO OTHER DISEASES 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CORRECTIONS 

CONSULTANT AIMS TO BUY FIVE YEARS FOR ORANGE JAIL 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENyIRON^(ENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES (RTF) 
CLEVER PARENTS RUN DAY CARE CO-OP AT THEIR UORK PLACE 
SCIENTISTS TO DISCUSS TOXICITY HECHANISMS 
SUBSTANCE IN COMPUTER CHIP'S STUDIED FOR HAZARDS 
INSTITUTE TO HaP FINANCE TRAINING FOR HANDLERS OF HAZARDOUS WASTES 
SCIENTISTS AT SYfPOSIUM 

SCIENTISTS LE/«NING i«R£ ABOUT CHEMICALS, EFFFCTS 
PARK EXECUTIVE SHARES INTERNATIONAL PRIZE IN BIOLKY, MEDICINE 
RODBEa GETS NATIONAL SCIENCE AWARD 
SCIEhfTIST WORKS TO UNLOCK SECRETS OF CELL C0^91UNICATI0N 
GEhCTICISTS HONORED 
RESEARCH PAR'K BLAZE HURTS 2 AT NIEHS 
RTF SCIENTIST CRITICIZES TESTING 

4-F'ART SERIES ON NATIO^«^L INSTITUTES OF HEALTH BEGINS TONIGHT 
CONFERENCE TO GET LATEST ON ACID RAIN 
UNC CHEMISTRY DEP'ARTMENT, NIEHS PLAN JOINT RESEARCH 
study: acid mist affects BR'EATHING 
INTEGRATED LABORATORY SYSTEMS MOVING 
INSTITUTE'S MEMORIAL LECTURE ON STUDY OF GENOTOXICITY 
FEDERAL OFFICIALS PLEASED BY TURNOUT AT WORKSHOP FOR SMAU BUSINESSES 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
PRIVATIZATION OF NIH 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH 

RESEARCH ON CELL GROWTH, CANCER TOPIC OF SYMPOSIUM 

NEW DUKE RESEARCH CENTER IN THE WORKS 

Dt*:E IN LIf£ FOR GRANTS OF $14 MILLION 

DUKE PROF GETS AWARD 

PRICE TO SPEAK AT SYMPOSIUM 

UYNGAARDO^: U.S. BEHIND IN AIDS EDUCATION 

INSTITUTES' GRANTS TO UNC UP 

JORDAN HIGH STUDB^T TO ATTEND CONFERENCE 

FEDS WASTE TAX MONEY WITH OVERNIGHT COURIER 

UNC RESEARCHERS RECEIVE GRANTS 

DURHAM IN LINE FOR PILOT EFFORT ON AIDS VIRUS 

4 DUKE SCIENTISTS WIN N.I.H. GRANTS 

MEDICAL SCHOOLS TO OBSERVE HEALTH INSTITUTES' ANNIVERSARY 

4-F'ART SERIES ON NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH BEGINS TONIGHT 

DUKE GETS BICMEIiICAL RESEARCH AGREEMEfJT 

RTI CONTINUES UORK ON BIRTH-CONTROL IMPLANT 

DUKE RECEIVES $3 MILLION FOR SPECI/y.IZED ARTHRITIS STUDY 

DUKE AMONG SCHOOLS BIDDIfffi FOR flENOWN AIDS RESEARCHER 

PRIVATIZING NIH LABS COULD HURT TRiIANGLE UORK AND COMMUNITY 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

PRIVATIZATION OF NIH 

NIH INC, A PRIVATE RESEARCH CENTER (CARTOON) 

DUKE SURGEON RAPS ANIMAL BILL 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF mUTti. HEALTH 

SEE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MENTAL HEALTH 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NEUROLOGICAL «. COMMUNICATIVE DISORDER'S i STROKE 
UNC TO COORDINATE STATISTICS FOR STUDY OF STROKE PR-EVENTION 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 



H 1 3/10/1987 B 3 N 



S 2 10/01/1987 A 1 N '^2 
H 2 10/0-2/''1987 A 1 P N C60 
S 2 10/02/1987 A 1 N W82 



H 


3 


5/02/1987 C 


1 


N ElO 


H 


n 


1/26/1987 A 


6 f 


-■ F Zll 


H 


2 


1/29/1987 D 


4 


N R30 


H 


n 


2/01/1987 B 


7 


N M97 


H 


o 


2/17/1987 D 


4 


N M97 


H 


2 


3/10/1987 C 


14 


N rao 


H 


2 


3/13/1987 B 


■J 


N M97 


H 


o 

^ 


4/29/1987 B 


8 P N M97 


S 


9 


4/30/1987 A 


1 f 


:■ N B85 


H 


2 


5/21/1987 B 


13 


N M97 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


6/10/1987 A 


11 


N 


S 


9 


3/17/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


-T 


9/22/1987 C 


4 


N R80 


H 


2 


9/24/1987 B 


1 


N M97 


H 


9 


10/10/1987 B 


3 


N RflO 


H 


9 


10/21/1987 B 


O 


N R80 


H 


2 


11/06/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


n 


11/07/1987 A 


8 


N R80 


H 


2 


11/26/1987 B 


4 


N RSO 


H 


2 


12/21/1987 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


12/22/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


3/08/1987 C 


8 


N U30 


S 


n 
^ 


3/25/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/27/1987 C 


9 


N 


S 


n 


4/14/1987 A 


7 


N 


H 


n 


5/12/1987 C 


2 


N L!30 


H 


9 


5/16/1987 B 


4 F 


■ N C60 


H 


9 


6/12/1987 C 


12 


N 


S 


9 


7/21/1987 C 


1 


N 





2 


7/22/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


9/03/1987 B 


6 


N 


S 


n 


9/17/1987 C 


1 


N M06 


S 


2 


9/17/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


9/18/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


9/22/1987 C 


4 


N RSO 


H 


2 


10/02/1987 C 


14 


N D80 


S 


2 


11/03/1987 C 


1 


N U32 


H 


2 


11/13/1987 C 


7 


N D80 


H 


2 


11/26/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


12/20/1987 A 


1 P 


N M97 


H 


2 


12/21/1987 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


12/22/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


12/24/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


S 


1 


12/24/1987 C 


13 


N 



H 2 3/26/1987 D 4 N U57 



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1/01/1V87 - 12A51/1987 



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INSTITUTE TO DEVELOP PROGRAM TO CERTIFY DRUG-TESTING LABS 
NCOJ PROF TO START AIDS PROGRAM FOR IfWATES 

^'^^^^KKi^f^O^^S^^N^NTT^affiR^^^^^ 

'^ir^K'lSSnAl^^a^AL^^oKETBAL^ TOURNAMENT (POST-SEASON) 
WiTIONAL JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

^^LL^B^'^EAM SEEKS FU^ffiS FOR TOURNEY TRIP 

NATIONAL KIIiiCY FOUNDATION 

VOLLEYBALL MARATHON ENTRIES SOUGHT 

STUDENTS PLAN TO HIKE 290 MILES 

STUDENTS STEP UF' FOR KIDNEY FUNDS 

STUDENTS HIKE ON TENDER FEET 

GOVERNOR GREETS HIKERS ffim HILLSIK 

STUDENTS GIVE UP HOLIDAY TO HELP OTHERS 

HOME FDR CHRISTMAS 

U/OilN* 

HiaSIDE HIKERS HIT THE ROAD ^^^ ,^^^ 

STUICNTS PASS MIDPOINT IN TR:EK ACROSS bTATE 

RAIN DOESN'T DAMF€N HILLSIDE HIKERS' SPIRITS 

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD 
SEE ALSO STRIKES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO UNIONS, U.S. _ 
MITSUBISHI BRACES FOR UNION VOTE 

NATIONAL LEAGUE 

^IS^nC^L^AGUE PLAYOFF IS VERY SPECIAL 

'^^^^'^K'^T^'cLgST'oVER TRAVa AUOUANCE 
COUNCIL TRAVEL POLICY, FUNDS NEED CHANGING 
CITIES HAVE RO-E TO PLAY, TOO 
COUNCILMAN CHANGES «IND ON TRAVEL LOAN 
N.C. CITIES URGED TO BATTLE BUIiGET CUTS, POVERTY 
DURHAM RENEWS CONTRACT WITH WATER CHEMICAL FIRM 
PA. FIRM MAY WIN 'INCUBATOT!' CONTRACT 

''"'^S^T^S'of'^Sg GRANTED RE-ACCREDITATION 

NATIONAL ^e)AL (F ARTS 

SEE ALSO AWARDS ,^_., 

ALWIN NIKOLAIS WINS NATIOmL MEDAL 

NATIONAL fEDAL OF SCIENCE 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
ENGINEER TO RECEIVE MEDAL OF SCIENCE 
N.C. MAN HONORED BY PRESIDENT 

NATIONAL ICDICAL ASSXIATION ^^^„^,,^,„,, 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN tieiCAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BLACK PHYSICIANS 

^EDIML^KNOtHHOW^AL0NE*NOT ENOUGH, NEEDS COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT. 

NATIONAL fCRIT SCHOLARS 

MST ^FCOAT GETS MERIT SCHOLARSHIP ^ ^, ^^^^ 
13 A^A SE-NIOR-S NAMED UI»€RS OF MERIT AWARDS 
DURHAM SAT SCORtS BACK BIAS REPORT 

16 MORe"aMONg'wInI«s"of'nATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS 
PORTO, RICHMWD POTENT 1-2 PUNCH FOR FALCONS 
DOZEN MORE WIN MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 



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

H 2 11/18/1987 C 3 N 
S 2 12/16/1987 A 1 N B85 



H 2 5/10/1987 B 4 P N D71 



S 2 6/23/1987 B 5 P N 



3 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 



H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 

s 



4/22/1987 A 

12/10/1987 B 

12/22/1987 A 

12/23/1987 C 

; 12/24/1-987 B 

; 12/24/1987 A 

: 12/25/1987 B 

: 12/'26/1987 A 

! 12/26/1987 A 

I 12/29/1987 C 

! 12/30/1987 B 



1 N 
1 M N 
1 P N J40 
1 N 
1 N 

4 E 

5 P P S76 
1 P P K30 

1 P N M06 

2 P N 
1 N 



S 2 8/29/1987 C 1 N '.^2 



S 2 10/10/1987 B 1 P U D18 



1/09/1937 
1/12/1987 
1/26/1987 
2/09/1987 
11/17/1987 
12/17/1987 
12/18/1987 



1 
4 
4 
1 

10 
1 
1 



N S51 
E 
E 

N H70 
N 

N H70 
N H70 



S 2 6/11/1987 A 9 N 



H 2 6/16/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 7/01/1987 B 7 N 
S 2 7/02/1987 A 14 N 



8/25/1987 B 1 P N C60 



4/08/1987 C 
4/09/1987 B 
4/16/1987 A 
4/22/1987 A 
4/23/1987 D 
4/28/1987 C 
5/07/1987 B 



3 
3 

1 
1 

10 
1 

10 



H 
N 

N S92 
N S92 
N 

N B15 
N 



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1/01/1997 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



AREA PUPILS SEMIFINALISTS FOR AUARIiS 

AREA STUHENTS AMWG SEMIFINALISTS for MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 

DURHAM HIGH WAS RECOGNIZED 

SUF'ERINTENieNT SAYS HER SCHOOLS 'FAILURE* FOR BLACKS, POOR 

NATIONAL fftJSEUM OF WCfEN IN THE ARTS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, ARTISTS 
WOMEN'S ART WASHES WORRIES 

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT 

SEE ALSO CRI!€ PREVENTION 
ANTI-CRIME NIGHT THEME IS 'KNOW THY NEIGHBOR' 
SPECIAL NIGHT TO SEhJD A MESSAGE TO CRIMINALS 
CRIME TAU' 

NATIONAL OCEAf^IC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION 
SEE ALSO CLIMATE 
SEE ALSO USS MONITOR 

EXPEDITION TO SURVEY MONITOR WRECKAGE SITE 

SCIENTISTS SENSE URGENCY IN AHEMF'TS TO SAVE USS MONITOR 

REPORT SHOWS AMERICA HAS MOVED 

TAR ICEL'S COMMIHEE OKS fCU SHORE PANEL 

SCIBfTISTS TO EXPLORE OCEAN OFF N.C. 

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMDJ 

TALK ON SEX DISCRIMINATION IN INSURANCE INDUSTRY SET 

GROUP SEEKS LAW QN MARITAL RAPE 

NOW FLANS BRIEFIfiG ON SEX DISCRIMINATION IN INSURANCE 

NOW FIANS F'ROTEST OUTSIDE SEMINAR ON CONSTITUTION 

PROTESTOR'S PICKET SEMINAR 

Tt£ MAKING OF WOMEN LEADERS: A TALE OF TWO DUKE GRABS 

GAY MAflCH RUNS DOWNTOWN TO EAST CAMF'US 

MARITAL RAPE LAW NEEIO 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 
SEE ALSO PARKS, N.C, 
SEE ALSO PARKS, U.S. 

PISG(« INN TO BE DEMOLISHED 

HATTERAS EDITORIAL EASED ON MISINFORMATION 

NATIKWL PARK SERVICE PUTS BRAKES ON BUILDING LIGHTHOUSE RETAINER 

HISTORIC PROPERTIES BOARD GETS GRANT 

HISTORIC PROF-ERTIES PA^EL GETS t8, 000 U.S. GRANT 

U.S. ACADEMY RECOMMENDS MOVING HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE 

NATIONAL PRESS FOUNDATION 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, U.S. 
CHARLOTTE EDITOR WINS AWARD 

NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO 
SEE ALSO RADIO 
DUR-HAM MAN QUESTIONS MONEY FOR PUBLIC RADIO 
GLAXO PLEIiGES $150,000 TOWAR:D WUNC BUILDING 
COMMl*(ICATIONS AIDE JOINS SENATOR'S STAFF 

NATIONS. REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 

SEE ALSO ARCHITECTURE, DURHAM 

SEE AI.SO DURHAM, N.C, HISTORIC DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO HENDERSON, N.C, HISTORIC DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION FOUNDATION OF N.C, INC. 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF IHIRHAM 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL HISTORIC SITES 
SURVEY NOTES 125 GRANVILLE STRUCTURES 
RESEARCHERS FIND ARTIFACTS AT N.C ZOO EXPANSION SITE 
HMERSON SECTION MAY BE PLACED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 
PISGAH INN TO BE DEMOLISHED 
TOUTING DUR'HAM'S APPEAL 

IcT^Jl^l^^l^l^nt^"^?^ SECTION OF OXFORD TO BE NOMINATED FOR NATIONAL REG, 
lyfK^t^.SP^'^FS ™ BIG buyers; REALTORS LISTI?<G 3 HOMES FOR $700,000.. 
TALLEST 'SHELL' MAKES U.S. HISTORIC REGISTER 
FAA F'REF'ARINC FRANKLIN AIRPORT SITE PROPOSAL 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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S 2 9/16/1987 A 6 N 

H 2 9/17/1987 B 7 N 

H 2 9/30/1987 A 4 L 

H 3 11/14/1937 C 1 P N 



H 2 4/24/1937 D 2 P R G68 



H 

S 
S 


2 
2 


8/03/1937 C 
8/10/1987 C 
3/12/1987 C 


1 
1 
1 


N M51 

N H30 

P P F70 


H 
S 
S 
H 
S 


1 



2 
2 

9 


5/27/1987 C 
6/01/1987 A 
6/19/1987 B 
7/10/1987 A 
8/13/1987 C 


3 

7 
8 
8 
5 


N 
N 
N 

N 
N 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 


2 
1 

3 

2 
2 


2/15/1987 C 
3/17/1987 C 
4/09/1987 A 
4/10/1987 B 
4/12/1987 C 
4/15/1987 A 
6/16/1987 C 
7/23/1987 A 


5 

-I 

14 
5 

1 

6 1 

1 

4 


N 080 

N 

N 

N 
P N L90 
P F Zll 

N T35 

L 


H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 


2 

o 

2 

2 
1 


4/11/1987 A 
4/18/1987 A 
4/27/1987 C 
4/30/1987 C 
5/06/1987 C 
10/15/1987 B 


15 N 

4 L 
3 N 

1 N M06 

5 N 

2 P N 



S 2 11/30/1987 C 6 N 



S 2 6/04/1987 C 1 U S92 
H 2 7/30/r?87 B 1 N M97 
H 2 9/10/1987 C 10 N 



H 


1 


1/20/1987 C 


1 


N S80 


S 


9 


3/20/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


1 


3/25/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


T 


4/11/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


9 


5/27/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


1 


7/03/1987 B 


1 


N S80 


H 





7/26/1987 F 


1 P 


N 


H 


2 


8/10/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


1 


3/13/1987 C 


1 


N S80 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL IiNDEX B 
1/01/1987 - 12/'31/1987 



S U B J E 



OXFORD HISTORIC DISTRICT DRAFT USED AS MODEL 

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL ^ „, 

DOUELi; U.S. NEEIiS 'BIG SMART ROCKET' ,,^^ 
oiGIiCERING DEAN SAYS NASA NEEDS hORE POWERFUL SHUTTLE 

NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO GUN CONTROL 

^^I^^T^^RULES ON WEAPONS AR£ PROTESTED 
A RF'ORT GUN CONTROL IS GOOD SAFETY MOVE 
GUN LOBBY DISSIDENTS TAKE AIM AT LEAIO 
P^ KILLS REFERENIWM ON REPLACING PROPERTY TAX 
PLASTIC GUNS DANGEROUS 
FLORIDA GUN LAU MAY INCREASE CRIME 
UEEKIND SHOOTINGS BOOST FOR GUN CONTROL 
FLORIDA FINDS BACKBONE 

NATIONAL RIGHT TO WORK COMMITTEE 
SEE RIGHT-TO-UORK LAU 

nrALl'SsffiUcT SAFETY COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO SAFETY 

mmm plant sets safety record 
seat-belt^use'dces more than just win awards 

national science FOUNCiATION 

^Tug'i?Ai^^^FEsir^ awards TO DO RESEARCH 

KSfS ^^ll^i^iT^lfT^IA^lEi UNIVERSITIES, IF CHIPS FALt 

i^^^pffilSi^^lK's Sli: K^^AfN LOST MAR^^S 

^, 1^ feklL^O??NGTEiArCH*i^KTUR. 
MATH SCHOOL TO BE HOST OF WORKSHOP;^ 

l^irS^SSI? "oircPuEf tVuENCE of EUROPEANS 
DUKE'S TALENT PROGRAM GETS *49,937bRANT 
DUKE GETS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH AGREEMENT 

Sf Sii'El?25m?^'M5^E BUCK PH.D'S. GRANT MONEY 
SM^NET^T^'^iGrTSS, SOUTH POLE 

NATIONAL SECURITY 

SEE ALSO MX MISSILES 

SEE ALSO MILITARY, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO SECURITY SYSTEMS 

lust: a NATIONAL THREAT ^ ^„ ,, ^ 

RaiABLE WEAPONS MORE VALUABLE TO U.S.- 

ro^gS^^MENr%Y SLATED SATURDAY 

GEN. FOOTE NOTES CITIZENS' ROLE IN U.S. SECURITY 



C T S 


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s 

N E E 
p D — riATE — C 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


H 1 12/10/1987 B 


1 N T33 



RIGHT 



fl 



S 2 9/26/1987 A 1 N 
H 2 9/27/1987 C 8 N 



H 


9 


2/04/1987 C 




N M97 


S 


2 


2/'06/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


2/18/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


5/27/1987 B 




N 


S 


9 


5/30/1987 A 




E 


S 


o 

i. 


3/12/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


9/29/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


10/12/1987 A 




E 



-SANFORD 



NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO IRAN/CCNTRAS AFFAIR 

^OL?bi S i^^ffATH IN IRAN/C13NTRA AFFAIR (CARTOON) 
FORD SAYS IRAN AFFAIR MISHANDLED 
WE DON'T NEED SECRECY 
CIA IS NOT THE ISSUE _^ 
SECURITY EFORTS BACKFIRE 

NATIONAL SOCIALIST PARH OF N.C. 
SEE NAZI PARTY, N.C. 

NATIONAL TEACHERS EXAMINATION 



H 


1 4/02/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 11/09/1987 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 U/11/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


1 1/03/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 1/10/1937 B 


6 


N U80 


H 


2 1/11/1987 A 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 1/14/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 2/05/1987 B 


5 


P N 607 


H 


2 3/27/1987 C 


9 


N 


S 


2 3/30/1987 A 


12 


N 080 


H 


2 7/03/1987 A 


18 


N 


S 


2 7/13/1987 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 7/14/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 9/19/1987 C 


16 


N D80 


H 


2 10/02/1987 C 


14 


N D80 


S 


2 10/09/1987 A 


1 


P N S92 


H 


2 10/10/1987 C 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 11/03/1987 C 


1 


N 046 


S 


2 12/23/1987 A 


1 


F N M06 



4/08/1987 A 
4/22/1987 C 
7/06/1987 A 
11/13/1987 B 
11/15/1987 B 



2 2/20/1987 A 

2 3/25/1987 C 

2 7/22/1987 A 

2 3/08/1987 A 

2 11/11/1987 A 



E 
P N 

E 

N R80 
P N G09 



4 L 
1 P N L90 
4 L 
4 L 
4 L 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



SUBJECT 



SEE ALSO PROFESSIONAL EXAHINATION 
SEE ALSO TEACHER EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, U.S. 

BLACK STUDENTS IMPRQWE ON TEACHERS EXAM 

BLACK STUDENTS' FAILURE RATE ON TEACHER'S EXAM DRflFS 

FIAN TO CHANGE TEACHER CERTIFICATION CRITICIZED 

TEACt€R CERTIFICATION PROFCSAL RAPFO 

NCCU TRIES TO IMPROVE TEAi::hER SCORES 

NATIONAL TRANSPLANT NETUOR'K- 

SEE ALSO ORGAN DONORS AND TRANSFIANTS 
SEE ALSO UNITEIi fCTwDRK FOR ORGAN SHARING 
DUKE PATHOLOGIST TO HEAIi NATIONAL TR'ANSPLANT NETWORK 
TRANSPLANT NETWORK TO SPEED UP ORGAN PROCUREMENT 

NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATIOfJ 

SEE ALSO SAFETY 

SEE ALSO TRANSPORTATION 

MEDICAL HELICOF'TER ACCIDENTS PROMPT BOARD I^WESTICATION 

RtPORT CRITICIZES AIRIINER'S CAPTAIN 

aYING HIGH MAY BE GROUNDED; DRUNKEN PASSENGERS FAIL TO NOTICE... 

NATIONAL WEATF€R SERVICE 
SEE ALSO METEOROLOGY 
SEE ALSO WEATHER, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO UEATHER, N.C. 
SEE ALSO UEATHER, U.S. 
SEE ALSO UEATHER FORECASTERS 

Sf«JU IN TRIANGLE WILL BE LIGHT 

TRASH PICKL? PLAN^JED 

PROMISE OF SNOW APPARENTLY E?ff'TY 

SLOW SYSTEM 'DEF'RIVES' CITY OF SNOW 

WEATHER BUREAU SIGNALS 100 YEARS WITH OPBN HOUSE 

fWTIONAL WILDLIFE FEIiERATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. WILDLIFE FEDERATION 
SEE ALSO WILDLIFE CONSERVATION 
DU<E STUDENT GETS AWARD 

NATIONAL WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO WOMEN'S BASKETBAU (GENERAL; 
FA^ff•ARE: NO WAY, NUBA 

NATIONAL WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BLACK L£ADEP;SHIP CAUCUS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, POLITICIANS 
TAR HEEL (m£ES'. MEN STILL GET HEAD START IN ELECTIONS 

NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON FEMALE OFFENDERS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, CRIMINALS 
ALTERNATIVES TO FEMALE INCARCERATION FOCUS OF RALEIGH'S NAT'L WOR-KSHOP 
MARTIN TELLS GROUP MOR€ SF'ACE NEEDED IN STATE PRISON SYSTEM 

NATIONAL YOJTH SPORTS PROGRAM 

fanfare: NCCU youth sf-orts 

NATIONALIST MOVEMeiT 

SEE ALSO WHITE SUPREMACY 
WHITE SUF'R-EMACIST OR-GANIZATIQN TO MARCH SUNDAY IN GREENSBORO 
WHITE SUPREMACY GRCLip MARCHES IN GREENSBORO 
WHITE SIPREMACISTS MAFlCH IN GREENSBOR'O 

NATIONWIDE PRINTING INC. 

AnORNEY GENERAL SUES LAS VEGAS COMPANY 

NATIVE SON (MOVIE AND PLAY) 
DOC PLAYS IiUKE JAN. 28 



SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER EACH SCHOOL) 



-DATE- 



• PA6E1317 
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S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



2/03/1987 C 
2/04/1987 B 
2/05/1987 C 
2/06/1987 A 
11/04/1987 A 



2 12/08/1987 C 
2 12/21/1937 C 



11 
1 



2 1/28/1987 n 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N S92 



4 N D80 
3 N 



2 1/11/1987 C 9 N 
2 9/02/1987 B 5 N 
2 9/06/1987 C 1 N 



n 


2 


2/21/1937 A 


I N H70 


S 




2/21/1987 A 


N 


H 


2 


2/22/1987 C 


U 


S 


2 


2/23/1987 A 


N B85 


H 


2 


10/17/1987 C 1 


N R80 



S 2 6/30/1987 A 12 N 



H 2 8/15/1987 C 



H 2 4/28/1987 B 4 N M02 
H 2 4/29/1987 B 7 N M02 



5/25/1987 D 3 N 



H 2 12/19/1987 B 3 N 
H 2 12/21/1987 B 7 P N 
S 2 12/21/1987 C 6 P N 



H 2 1/16/1987 A 10 N 
H 2 1/20/1987 A 11 P U U66 



-a630- 



M N T H L Y / A N N U A L 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



'fWTIVE 3C,N' IffTENSE AMi REi/ARIiING 
IU.-TE»tREIi F1<0F-rET 

fwrivm scEfc 

^E ALSO CWlISTWAS 
LIVE NATIVITY SCENE 

NATURAL GAS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDBJTS, EXFIOSICNS 
SEE ALSO ALASKA OIL PIPELINE 
SEE ALSO NATURAL GAS PIF-aUCS 
SEE ALSO N.C. HATiJRAL C'AS CO^P. 
TM« FARM „ „„ , ^ 

FEFUNDS TO RERJCE NATURE. GAS BILLS 



*^^^^SllES^ASK CHANGE IN POLICY ON KALTIf« ^-VICE 
G^ ^m£.S UITHI^RAU PZllim FOR EASIER CUTSTS 

NATUViL GAS, EXPIRATION 
SEE ALSO OIL E)a^K?ATION 
DUKE, l^ IN^/tST IN OIL DRIUING 

^^^^^^MlTIES^iY^EVIIGCE INDICATES C-AS ES-LOSIC^ reSTR-OYQ 3C«S3L 

Tp^^'^In SLfzE^'^ UILIINGTON^ptOSiaN 

^^^^^^liD^^OR'^^Ko^TltNS^'^"''''' 

fWTiJVl GAS, RATES 

SEE ALSO «ATIfJG FUEL F-ftlCES 
SEE (^SO OTILITY RATES 

CWtfANY REaCIra MATIKAL GAS f^TEo 

UmniES PAf£L APF-S-OVES LOWER NAT'JRW. GAS RATE 

STATE STUIiIES MArjRAL GAS PIPELINE PRICES 

BUSIi-£SS HIGHLIGHTS ^^^ 

^'^"'^kE'SiSlT^I'FC^ EASIER CUTOFFS ^^ ^^, 
OT^'GYF^CAST: Sy prices to 19-90, then up FOR SAS, OIL 

fWTURAL GAS LEAKS 

see gas leak 

*^^ATC^sSs^TUR/^ GAS PIPELINE PRICES 

NATU^ HIKES 

SEE (LSO HlKim 
ENO HIKE H£Ui TODAY 
NATIK HIKES ffl TIC ENO „„,,,_ 

S^nS^I S?^^ ^ST-'^^NT SF-RINGTIME SERIES 

UILDFLCSCR HIKE SUNIiAY ._„^^ 

^MVim ffi°F^L^E^ I^TICNS AND EXHIBITS F1^CEI£ T^S 

K;^e[1^S^ rn^'S W^ WATER 

R^TUALENHNE NO«I>JATES 5 FOR ftCACOJIES 
NAVY SHOULIiN'T SHOW ATHLETES hAVa<ITIS.M 
BOND CCf^ISSIC>0 AS Ef^IGN IN NAVY 
raJNTYtSfe'S SCN GRAI^JATES FR-CI AJ^aiS 

NAVAL ACAIGiY SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
iJNSUNG MIDDIES SINK ECU, 76-sO 
ROBINSON NAVY'S 'TOP GUN' ,„„,.„ 

R-CBINSON'S BEST ml E'^JUGH VS. JIICHIbAN 
NAVY SHOiLI^'T SHCU ATHLETES FAVORITISM 



-DATE- 



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



2 2/-02.'1987 A 
2 12/M/ 17-57 A 



3 P R B71 

4 E 



2 12/22/1987 C 3 P P T32 



3 10/01/1987 B 1 F P K30 
2 11/11/1987 B 10 N 



2 10/14/1987 A 
2 11/12/'1987 B 



13 



S 2 4/29/1987 C 1 N S92 



2 3/20/1987 A 15 

2 3/06/1987 A 13 

2 8/07/1987 C 18 

2 10/22/'1987 C 7 

1 11/1)4/1987 C 8 



2 7/01/1987 C 

1 7/08/1987 C 

2 3/26/19S7 A 
2 9/24/1987 B 
2 11/10/1987 C 
2 11/12/1987 B 
2 12/06/1987 B 



s 


2 


3/26/1987 A 


7 N 


s 


i 


1/01/1987 D 


3 P N 


H 


n 


1/02/1987 D 


6 P P 


S 


2 


l/'30/1987 B 


1 P F S27 


H 




4/03/1987 D 


2 P I 


s 




5/06/1987 C 


16 N 


H 


T 


5/08/1987 C 


22 N 


H 


2 


9/11/1987 A 


6 F N 


H 


2 


12/27/1987 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


12/30/1987 C 


1 P N M06 



\ 



1 



S 2 2/11/1987 A 14 N 

S 2 4/21/1987 A 4 E 

S 2 6/04/1987 A 16 N 

H 2 6/19/1987 B 5 P N 

H 2 2/'03/1987 D 1 N D85 

S 2 2/'05/1987 B 2 P U B15 

S 2 3/13/1987 D 3 P N DIB 

% 2 4/21/1987 A 4 E \ 



J 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1937 - 12/31/1'?37 



U B J E 



fWVAL ACADEMY SFt]ftTS, FOOTBALL 
FULLER LEAVES NAUY FOR UVA, 
CRW: tCPuS HUST IGNORE NAVY'S SKID 
CRUM PREPARES TAR HEELS FOR 'WORST' DWISION I FOE 
UZELAC FINIS EMPTY TALENT CUPBOARD AT NAVY 
HEELS SHOULD HAVE SMOOTH SAILING 

FAMILY AFFAIR; UNC-NAVY BATTLE A FATHER-SON MATCHUP FOR VOOLETICHES 
TAR teas TORPEDO, rtIDSHIPt€N, 45-14, WITH FIRST-HALF BLITZ 
STARR, DAVIS GET ANGRY, GET BETTER 
TAR HEaS PILE IT ON HELF1E3S NAVY 

NAVIGATION 

DTI NAVIGATION COURSE 

NAZI PARTY 

SEE ALSO ARYAN NATIONS 
SEE ALSO NEO-NAZIS 
SEE ALSO THE ORDER 

'NO HARM, NO FOUL' 

UNLIKaY DUO COMBATS FANATICISM 

HISTCKY COURSE SAID 'UfFAIR TO KKK, NAZIS' 

DON'T ERASE HISTORY 

NAZI PARTY, N.C. 

SEE ALSa ARY(W NATIONS 

SEE ALSO CODE NAME: GREENKILL (BOOK) 

SEE ALSO THE ORDER 

KLAN MARCH UNLIKE 1979 CC^ff•RONTATION 

REPORT WARNS AGAINST COMFIACENCY ON HATE GROUPS 

NAZI WAR CRIMINALS 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION, WAR CRIMES 
IhWPPROPRIATE DEATH SENTENCE 
HOU MANY VICTIMS? 
EDITORIAL WAS INSENSITIVE 
DECISION TO DEF-ORT LIf*WS WAS WRONG 
A NAZI SYMBOL DIES 
ALL THESE fCU REVELATIONS ABOUT PRESIDENT UALDHEIM... (CARTOON) 

NEAL JWIOR HIGH SCHOOL (CHANGED TO NEAL MIDILE SCHOa) 
NEAL HONOR ROLL LISTED 

GROWTH EXPECTED TO KEEP PRESSURE ON SCHOOL SYSTEM 
COUNTY SCHOOLS OK $95 MILLION FUW 

f€AL MIDDLE SCHOOL (FORMERLY NEAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL) 
HONOR ROLL FOR NEAL IS PRESENTED 
WINDY WINNER 

NEAL HONOR STUDE^^"S NAMED 
QUIZ BOWL WIN^ERS 
SCHOOL AUDITION BIDS ON MARK 

TEACt€R'S RESIGNATION ACCEPTED AFTER ACCUSATIONS OF HARASSMENT 
BOARD OKS Bllfi ON NEAL ADDITIONS 
GITHENS SCHOOL RISES UPWARD 
HUNTER TAKES SEAT ON SCHOOL BOARD 
AT HILLSirC HIGH; HIGH-TECH HERALDS CONSTITUTION'S PARTY 

NEAL ROAD 

DURHAM PANEL OKS FREEWAY PRIORITY 

NEAR MISSES 

SEE AIRPLANES, "NEAR MISSES" 

fCAT-KNIT MILL 

FIRE DESTROYS MILL IN ALAMANCE 

THE fCATS (MUSIC GROUP) 

NEATS BIG i LOUD, GIANTS LEAVE NOTHING SACRED 

NEBULA AWARD 



: C 


T S 




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N 
P 


E 
D 


S 
— MTE— C 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 


7 

n 

2 

2 
2 
2 

2 


9/22/1987 D 
9/23/1987 D 
9/23/1987 D 
9/24/1987 B 
9/26/1987 D 
9/26/1987 D 
9/27/1987 B 
9/27/1987 B 
9/28/1987 D 


4 N 
1 N C36 
1 P N F25 
1 C N F25 
1 N C36 
1 P N C36 
1 N C36 
6 P N C36 
4 P U F25 



H 1 3/31/1987 C 



S 2 2/26/1987 A 4 E 

S 2 2/28/1987 B 5 N 

H 2 9/21/1987 A 1 N 

H 2 9/23/1987 A 4 E 



S 2 6/12/1987 A 14 N 
H 2 12/16/1987 B 9 N 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


o 

2 

O 

2 

n 


4/23/1987 A 
4/28/1987 A 
4/28/1987 A 
5/05/1987 A 
8/20/1987 A 
12/16/1987 A 


4 E 
4 L 
4 L 
4 L 
4 E 
4 T T R5<5 


S 
H 
S 


o 

2 
2 


12/02/1987 A 
12/17/1987 B 
12/-18/1987 A 


13 N 
1 N J40 
7 N S53 


S 

s 
s 
s 

H 
H 
3 

n 
O 

H 

n 

a 


9 

2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

1 

9 

2 


2.'25/1987 A 
3/11/1987 A 
5/13/1987 A 
5/15/1987 A 
3/05/1987 C 
3/07/1987 B 
3/07/1987 C 
3/12/1987 A 
3/21/1987 E 
9/16/1987 A 


15 N 
6 P P S76 

11 N 

11 P P K30 
1 N J40 
3 N .J40 
1 N S92 
1 P N 392 
1 P N J40 
1 P N 392 


S 


2 


9/01/1987 A 


1 N H70 



H 1 5/12/'1987 C 1 N 
H 2 7/10/1987 D 5 R L37 



r 



-U430- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE1320 
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SEE ALSO Al4AfiDS 

SEE ALSO SCIENCE FICTION 

^[^EiBORO^ITER'wiNS SECOND NEBULA AWARD 



"^^"^^DESPITE BREAKING NECK IN SPRING HE WALKED TO RECEIVE DIFtOMA 

^ECKTIES 
SEE TIES 

^£GRO BRAILLE MAGAZINE 

^YBA^MCORe'^ER'RICK, 96, FOUNDER OF A MAGAZI^« FOR THE BLIND 

NEGRO LEAOJE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL ^^^ 

iE ALSO BASEBALL, BLACK MA^JAGERS 
SEE ALSO BLACK ATHLETES ,,^,^,,„„ 
3 SET FOR BASEBAa HALL INDUCTION 

^'EeT ™cSgSlNG°CMOL FOR SENIOR CITIZENS^^^^^^^ ,^^^, 
Ie ALM ^NDMOTHER'S' RESFiTE INTERGENER'ATIONAL PROGRAM (GRIP) 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 

COMING TO GRIP WITH KIDS 

PROGF:AM HELPS ELDERLY 

'^^^rEi'^rTS'EolSlil^fDEVaOP.ENTPR.^^^^ 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL COtlnUNin L€VB.OP«ENT FUNDS 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM 
^CL^kN'?NSTfRfSin''A^.E!?^ffiELPING RESIICNTS PAINT. PLANT 

ffiI'4?^''D0SS'"S HIM TO THE TOP' 

0^ NORTH DURHAM, MCCRACKEN PLACE FIAN TQ CELEBRATE . 

FIRST STEP COMPLETED IN OLD NORTH lURHAM CONSTRUCTION PROJECT 

PROJECT DEDICATED 

^^lET^'c^JSSirwSfcH PROGRAM 

li ^1 S'pCLICeTeFT., CRIME PREVENTION BUREAU 
CmiNHJATCH GROUPS STILl' BATTLING CRIME 

""'sEE^TlNTER-NEIGHBORmOD COUNCIL 

si ALSO NORTHGATE PARK NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO UATTS HOSPITAL-HILLANDALE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION 

S ^R^SVfsf VOLUNTEERS TO HELP ELDERLY 
A^I-CRIME NIGHT THEME IS 'KfJOU THY NEIGHBOR- 
PLANTS SEEK TO REVI'vE DUR'HAM NEIGHBORHOOD 
DIREOORY TO HELP CITY, NEIGHBORHOODS COOPERATE 

^^"^IMAN^MARCUS EXH:HAIRMAN, DEVELDFtR TO LECTURE AT UNC 

'^Ee'"ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

^^^^t^^TraVA^LY^^hlSE KEY TO SUCCESS^ 

^H^lKPoS°pKrM?y^fTlXlN ORANGE COUNTY 

tS CO. WILL SEEK REZCNING FOR QUARRY 

NOLO TEER WANTS COUNH REZONING FOR ROCK QUARRY 

BAN MAY ENIi ON LITTLE RIVER REZONINGS 

LITTLE RIVER REZONING BAN UPHELD 

TEER STILL WANTS REZONUffi FOR QUARRY 



-DATE- 



I T 

L Y 
-PG L P 



BYL 



H 2 5/06/1987 B 3 N 

H 2 6/13/1937 A 16 P N 

H 2 2/15/1987 C 2 P 

H 2 7/26/1987 C 13 P N 



H 2 9/04/1987 A 4 E 
S 2 10/17/1987 A 1 N B85 



H 


2 6/19/1987 B 


6 P N B38 


S 


2 7/21/1987 B 


5 N 


s 


2 3/29/1987 C 


1 P U B35 


H 


2 10/18/1987 F 


1 P N 


H 


2 10/20/1987 C 


9 N L41 


S 


2 10/20/1987 C 


3 P P S76 



S 2 4/20/1987 C 1 D N T35 



1/30/1987 A 
3/27/1987 C 
8/03/1987 C 
11/26/1987 A 
12/24/1987 A 



L 
N 

N M51 

M N H70 

N H70 



H 2 10/18/1987 F 1 N 



H 


9 


1/29/1987 D 


S 


n 


8/07/1987 A 


H 


T 


3/18/1987 C 


S 


n 


3/18/1937 A 


H 


o 


8/19/1987 C 


S 


n 


3/22/1987 C 


s 


n 


3/25/1987 A 


s 


^ 


3/26/1987 C 



5 P U L41 

8 N 
N MIO 
N M06 
N A54 
N M06 
N rt06 
N rt06 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



SUB 



COJNTY PLANNER'S FAVOR U.S. 70 PROJECT 

RESIDENTS CAST STONES AT QUARRY DURING HEARING 

TEER CO. OFFICIALS PLEAD QUARRY CASE TO F1ANNI^«3 BOARD 

TEER CO. DELAYS BID FOR ROUGEMCNT R-OCK QUARRY 

Tt£Y HAVE A STAKE IN THE DECISION, TOO 

TEER' PR'OPOSES NEU QUARlRY 

TEER QUARRY COULD BE WATER BONANZA 

TEER QUARRY WOULD HURT NEIGHBORHOODS 

OF'POSITION IS NITPICKING 

TEER TO MAKE ZONING REQUEST FOR QUARRY 

NO VOTE IS LIKaY ON QUAFS'Y 

TEER QUARRY F'RBPOSAL DEBATED AT MEETING 

QUARRY REZONING DECISION DELAYED 

TEER CO. HAS PR'EF'AREIi GOOD CASE FOR QUARRY 

DON'T WAIVE (10RATORIUM 

NaLO TEER CO. SUES ORANGE COUNTY 

ROCK QUARR'Y ON AGENDA FOR FIANNERS 

GROUP UR'GES DENIAL OF MILL LAND REZONING 

FAR^iER FIGHTS TEARS, WINS BATTLE OVER SAWMILL 

MORE HOMES F'R'OFOSED FOR BmMING OAK GR13VE AR'EA 

PUBLIC HEARING ON PERSON QUARRY SET 

NELSON COMPANY 

OXJNTY PLANNERS BACK EXPANSION OF TREYBURN PLANT 
BOARD SAYS FIRM CAN EXPAND PLANT 
COUNH I£NIES ZONE FOR FIRMS, OFFICES 

^ELSON EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS 

SEE ALSO EXTENSION HOMEMAKER'S, DURHAM COUNTY 
CLUB HOUSE CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY 

NEO-NAZIS 

SEE PLSO NAZI PARTY 
KLAN, OTHER FAR-RIGHT 



'HATE' GROUP'S REPORTED WEAKENING 



fEPOTISM 

SHE'S NO YES-DAUGHTER 

NO ENTITLEMENT TO NEPOTISM 

ICRDS 



'NERD MAN' CRASS RECOVERS BY LIFTING WEIGHTS, LAUGHS 

NOTES ON NOVaS, 'NERDS' AND SUCH 

l€RDS SPICE UP SCHOOL DURING SPIRIT WEEK AT JHS 

^ETHERLANDS 

SEE ALSO AMSTERDAM, HOLLANIi 
VALUE OF FOOD WAS LEAR'NED IN NAZI-OCCUPIED HOLLAND 

k^S^ol^^^KKN^^lS^'^ '^ ^^'^ '''' '^' "'^"'-^ 
GEHING ahead: MUTINS Wia BE mi IN FUTURE, THEY SAY 

NETWORKING 

SEE ALSO N.C. INFORMATION NETWORK 

SEE ALSO F'OWEK'NET (NETWORKIfJG DEVICE) 
THESE WOMEN MEAN BLISINESS: LEADS CLUB HELPS FIU NETWORKING GAP 
IBM ANNOUNCES SOFTWARE FOR NETWORKING c,wu«^ir.u uHr 

COMPUTER NETWORK TO AID BUSIhiESSES IN STATE BIDDING 

NEUROSURGERY 

Sa ALSO SUR-GERY 
CANCER PAIN MAY SOMEDAY BE RaiEVED WITH NaROSURGERY 

hEUSE RIVER 

SEE ALSO FALLS LAK£ 
STTIEAMS OVERaOW IN STATE 

,^I$JL2^ S;^iJ^nL°i^^ i^^SE AS NUTRIENT-SENSITIVE WATERSHED 

WATERSHED PROTECTION SHOULD BE STATEWIDE 

FALL DAWNS ON NaSE RIVER 

ACTION URGED NOW ON REGIOfJAL PLANS 

FALLS UATER'SHa PLAJ^C STOP-DURHAM PROPOSAL 



J E 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 3/31/1987 C 




N M06 


H 


3 9/01/1987 C 




N mo 


H 


2 9/02/1987 B 




N A54 


S 


2 9/02/1987 C 




N M06 


H 


2 9/05/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 9/27/1987 A 




P N L41 


H 


2 10/03/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 10/03/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 10/07/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


12 


N 


S 


2 10/14/1987 A 




M N MOi 


H 


2 10/15/1987 B 




N A54 


S 


2 10/15/1987 A 




N M06 


H 


2 10/19/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 10/23/1937 A 




L 


H 


2 10/23/1987 C 




N U27 


H 


2 11/02/1987 B 




N A54 


S 


2 11/03/1987 A 




N M06 


S 


2 11/05/1987 C 




N M06 


S 


2 11/30/1987 C 




N M06 


S 


2 12/24/1987 A 




N M06 



S 2 6/01/1987 C 1 N M06 
S 2 6/03/1987 C 1 N K06 
S 2 7/15/1987 C 1 N M06 



S 


2 5/21/1987 A 


7 P F S27 


H 


2 6/11/1987 A 


14 H 


H 
H 


2 1/30/1987 A 
2 12/03/1987 A 


4 E 
4 E 



H 2 7/24/1987 C 3 N C36 
H 2 7/24/1987 D 7 R S66 
H 2 10/24/1987 A 6 P U U62 



S 2 4/24/1987 A 6 P F S27 

H 2 5/01/1987 A 1 P N 380 

H 2 11/19/1987 C 1 N 

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



H 2 4/24/1987 B 2 P F Zll 
H 2 6/17/1987 C 3 N 
S 2 6/18/1987 A 13 N 



2 5/05/19S7 B 1 D N C60 



H 


2 3/03/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 5/02/1987 A 


9 N 


S 


2 5/05/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/05/1987 A 


1 P P S76 


H 


2 12,-03/1987 B 


11 N 046 


H 


2 12/08/1987 A 


4 E 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



S U B J 



PESTICIDE LEVELS STUDY URiS't PCf'-'jUCN FISH IN FALLS ''-fj^''-^,,„^,^, 

Dentists THINK industry, not farjcr RESFOf^siEi£ for water pi^ution 

HAJ^-WS rebuttal AMSJY GIFT TO NiO 

^?0 PAYS »4,1C0 TO GEl LEHER IN R;!i£IGH PAFtS 

t^WER TO FisPWD TO MjWER AIiVERTISEi€NT 

NEED FOR STANIJAFIS 

WHY NOT INaUBE WAKE? 

i«lJSE-UHITE OAK CITIZENS' ADVISORY CaiMITTEE 
D« RIV^PWCL GETS U?[>ATE ON USE STUDY 

'^ 'Icu'^Ty'^TS black i:A,NDIDATE for PRESIDENCY 

^ INTEPOT©^ ON BALLOT FOR FISSIKNT-GR-OUP'S GO^ 
P^r ASkSg flALIS TO ALLO) SIGNATIJ<E I-RIVE 
naj-S SAY GRtiUP fCVER' ASKED ABCUT FETITIONb 

presiiential c^wildate in durham 
candidate: fetition drive nou battle 

!^ ^^i^O^^l^C^I^ENS^ ISmACY 

'^si'^^So'eCCD SHEPHERD HOSPIT^ CI€U BERN, N.C.) 
iCU BERN GFDUF-S TO SHOW GARDENS 

'^'^^^hl'WSS'^'i^m IIIE 20 YE^:S 

^-SJ^^^EeN^Il^SS^ 0.^ DRIVER KILLED 
P*^J«£ iWS SPARK mi BERN FESTK'ALS 

NEW EET}£L CHURCH 

LADIES' DAY SER'.'ICE 

mt DIRECTIONS (LD^NING PROGRAM) 
EAGER LEARKtRS 

NEW DIRECTIONS P-iAMJELISTIC ASS)CIATION 
SEE ALSO PviANGELISJI 
YCXJTH SlF=-a^T GR-OUP TO f«LD YWU) SALE 

tCU rHJRttyi F-RCGRAM 

SEE W.SO Wm^, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, IfAoE 

;|lj ffiS; ^AI^'glNS -SIL^^ ANVIL'AU^^ 
PROGR/^ LURES NEW EXECUTIVES TO DURHAM 

*" ^WLTI-F^LY^HO^S LEAD, SINGLES DROP IN BUILDING PERMITS 

f£U GE>£RATION ACT 

^£ NEW GEf€RAT10N CCUCIL 

^ "^GS^^^FtANS WASHINGTON TR:IP IN OCT. 

t£U Wt^CVEK CCLWY, N.C. ,-^r^^ 

NEW HANOVER- f«Y BAN SALE OF FERRETS 
NEW K^aER COJNTY MAY SET SMOKING FtlLICY 
WILMINGTON, iCJ HANWES VOTEF.S REXCT iCRGER; PLAN 
UILMI^TON aiZABETH CITY VOTER-SC-HOOSE NEW HAYCR 
SHOEING A BIKNING ISSUE IN N.C. OFFICES 

^ Tl^Ei^s'S^K IN NEW H«CVER COURTHOUSE CLOC< 

NEW HANOVER COUNTY PRISON UNIT 

FUGITIVE CAUGHT ^^^TER 10 YEAkS 

l€W HWOVEK COUNTY SCHOOLS 



c 


T S 




"^i^ 


N 
P 


S 

E E 
D —DATE— C - 


I T 

L Y 
PG L P BYL 


H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 


2 12/24/1987 A 
2 12/25/1987 A 
2 12/'26/1987 A 
2 12/26/1987 C 
2 12/26/1987 C 
2 12/26/1987 A 
2 12/26/1987 A 


1 
1 
4 
1 
4 
4 
4 


N 046 
N 046 
E 

N L41 
N 
J 
J 


H 


3 4/01/1987 B 


1 


N MIO 


H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 3/18/1987 A 
2 3/08/1987 C 
2 3/12y'1987 B 
2 8/12/'1987 A 
2 8/14/1987 B 
2 8/15/1987 B 
2 8/16/1987 D 
2 3/26/1987 A 


9 N 
1 N UK 
4 N 
9 N tS2 
1 P N W55 
7 P N 
4 E 
4 L 


H 
H 
S 

S 
H 
H 


2 3/15/1987 E 
2 5/03/1987 D 
2 5/27/1987 B 
2 7,^1/1987 A 
2 10/07/1987 B 
2 10/16/1987 D 


10 N 
13 P F 

5 N 
5 N 
5 P N 
7 P F C19 



I 



H 2 6/06/1987 A 9 N 
S 2 7/01/1987 C 1 P P K30 

H 2 6/13/1987 B 9 N 



S 2 3/'30/1987 A 1 N W82 
H 2 3/31/1987 C 4 N _ 
S 2 5/13/1987 A 1 N iJ82 



H 2 2/15/1987 F 1 U 



2 8/28/1967 D 9 N 



2 2/05/1987 A 
2 3/07/1987 C 
2 10/07/1987 B 
2 10/07/1987 A 
2 11/16/1987 C 



16 

14 

5 

6 

3 



H 2 11/27/1987 BUN 
H 2 12/13/1987 B 14 N 



-I-X630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



N.C. HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR SWT 

SHOOTING AT NEW HANOVER SCHOCl BELIEVEIi ACCIDENTAL 

2 N.C. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS HURT IN UNRELATED SHOOTINGS 

HANDGUNS IN SCHOOLS NOTHIfffi TO TAKE LIGHTLY 

EUJCATORS; VIOLENCE IN N.C, PLIBLIC SCHOOLS NOT IhCREASING 

TEACfERS OF THE YEAR AFfEAL F'ROHOTION DENIALS 

NEW HAMWER COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEFT. 

NEW HANOVER SJCRIFF'S DEPUTIES JUD(0 BEST DRESSED IN NATION 

^0 HANOVER HIGH SCHOOL SF'ORTS, FOOTBAa 
HUGE UILICATS WORRY KNIGHTS 
KNIGHTS FACE BIG 'CATS 
NORTJCRN NIPS NEW HANOVER 
NORTHERN'S KNIGHTS ROLL OVER UIUCATS 
QUICK TD SF'ARKEIi KNIGHTS' SUR-GE 

f£U HOPE AUDUBON SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO BIRDWATCHERS 
EAOE OBSERVATION PLATFORM OPD-IED 
AUDUBON SOCIETY TO HEAR MUSEUM DIRECTOR 
WILDLIFE OF PAMLICO TO BE TOPIC OF TALK 
PAMICO WILDLIFE SUBJECT Cf TALK 

NEW HOPE CREEK 

CRITICS, SUPPORTERS CLASH ON USE OF JORDAN LAM WATER 

NEW HOPE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

ORGAN'S PRESENCE, BACH'S PAST CHURCH'S FUTURE TIED TOGETHER 

mi HORIZONS PROGRAM 
SEE FAIR HOUSING ACT 

ICU JERSEY 

SEE ALSO NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 
LAWYER SENTENCED FOR SELLING DRUGS 
N.J. GCVER'NOR TO GIVE LECTURE 
KBW A CASE OF POLITICS NOT AS USUAL 

NEW MEXICO 

NO CAUSE FOR W.ARM, YET 

^e/ ORLEANS SAINTS 

SEE ALSO PRO FOOTBALL 
CLARK TURNING INTO Na SUCCESS STORY 

NEW PERFORMING DANCE CO. 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
THE ARTS HEAT UP IN DURHAM! SUMMER PREVIEW 
'CLDSMOBILE' READY TO ROLL TOMORROW 
DANCE TROJPE'S 'f€W' SATISFYING 
NEW PERFORMING MAKES MAGIC 

^EW PRODUCTS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO IWENTIONS 
WAKE COUNTY JUDGE ISSUES AN INJUNCTION AGAINST N.Y. FIRM 

NEW REPUBLIC (MAGAZINE) 
COLUm WAS A FOSSIL 
MAGAZINE IS A 'FOSSIL' 

NEW RIVER 

HfflJSING DEVELOPMENTS PUHING PRESSURE ON NEW RIVER 

NEW SALEM, N.C. 

^EW SALEM COMMUNITY KEEPS NEIGHBORHOOD SPIRIT 

THE NEW T»€ATER COMPANY 

THEATER COifl^ANIES START UP IN DURHAM, CARRBCRO 



SUBJECTS 



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S I T 

E ELY 

D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



5/12/1987 A 
5/13/1987 B 
5/13/1987 C 
5/14/1987 A 
5/15/1987 A 
8/13/1987 C 



H 2 8/11/1987 D 4 N 



11/19/1987 B 
11/20/1987 B 
11/21/1987 D 
11/21/1987 B 



1 P N &44 

1 P U G44 

1 P N ri85 

1 P U G44 



11/22/1987 C 11 N D85 



H 2 8/05/1987 B 4 N 

H 2 11/03/1987 A 15 N 

S 2 11/24/1987 A 9 N 

H 2 12/02/1987 C 4 N 



H 2 1/09/1987 B 1 N 046 
H 2 11/27/1987 A 1 P N W27 



H 2 5/28/1987 A 16 N S82 
H 2 6/10/1987 C 12 N 
H 2 6/12/1987 C 12 P N N36 



2 9/02/1987 A 4 



H 2 8/26/1987 D 1 P N 



S 2 5/21/1987 D 1 P F 

S 2 5/28/1987 D 12 P N 

H 2 6/02/1987 C 12 R L34 

S 2 6/04/1987 D 5 P R B71 



H 2 8/16/1987 C 10 P U L41 



H 2 2/06/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 2/12/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 9/19/1987 A 16 N 
H 2- 12/06/1987 B 12 N 
H 2 7/03/1987 D 8 N U66 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



THE PLAY'S TfC THING 

^OJ TRIANOI COMPANIES (COLUMN) 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, laJRHAM 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 

NEW TKIANCLE COMPANIES 

NEU TRIANGLE COMPANIES ,„,,,„ ^ 

NEW INCOFPORATIDNS ARDUND TRIANGLE 

NEU COMPANIES 

NEU AREA CffiPANIES 

NEU YE(«'S DAY __ ^^^^ 
SEE ALSO BLACK-EYED FEAS 
SEE ALSO CHINESE NEU YEAR 
SEE ALSO ROSH HASHANA 

^NO^Y THIS^CAN BE AS BAD A YEAR AS TriE LAST ONE! (CARTOON) 
TODAY THEY'RE EATING FOR MOD LICK, RICHES 

NATI^USHERS^IN'l93f UITH^PW^DES, FIREUORKS. UISHES FOR WORLD PEACE 

EM3 HIKE HELD TODAY ^.^.^ 

nUI ARRESTS CfP 'QUIET' NEU YEAR'S 

HOLIDAYS TO CLOSE MOST GOVERNMENT OFFICES 

SiG WEEKEND FOR MOST GOVER^flCNT WORKERS 

cm, COUNTY HOLIDAY SCHEDULES SET 

ICLIDAY SEASON USHERS OUT 1987 

TRADITION F-UTS SURF'RISE IN NEU YEAR 

OFFICES TO BE CLOSED NEU YEAR'S DAY 

hEU YEAR'S EVE 

HELLO, UP TWEFE ^^^^^ 

LAU CfFirERS MAKE FPJ DUI ARRESTS 

LIMOUSINES SOLVE DILEMMA 

1987ARRIVES EARLY FOR RETIRED REVELERS 

DUI ARRESTS CAP 'QUIET' NEU YEAR'S 

NEU YEAR'S FVE CELEBRATED 

aUBsTnOTELS BREWING BUBBLY BASHES FOR EVE 

T« CARO-INA, TOO 

^^^i^U^T^A^Y^^-wfi^T CHANGES! REGAf. GONE., 
NEU YEAR^ EVE IS CELEBRATED IN THE TRIAf^GLE 



.GAPGO.NE... (CARTOON) 



(€U YORK 

SEE ALSO HOUARIi BEACH, NEU YORK 
N.yT GA^A^ GROWING FRAGRANT NEAR MOREHEAD 

N.Y. BRIDC€ DISASTER SHOULD BE A WARNING 

GARBAGE WITHOUT A COUNTRY 

nTyTSMOKING RULES TO LIMIT PUBLIC PiJFFING 

GARBAGE GOES HOME AGAIN 

LET LOCAL FOLKS HAVE SAY 

GAR-BARGE DILEMMA NOT A FEDERAL CASE 

**" ^COUNTIES IN N.C. DON'T WANT NEU YORK GARBAGE 
NEU YORK GARBAGE LEAVES N.C. PORT ^,^^,„ 
Sm US lOM TOURISTS, BUT NOT YOUR GARBAGE 
FLOATING G^BAGE ALSO DENIED HOME IN 2 OTHER STATES 
NOT-SO-FUNNY GARBAGE TOW 
GOEH CASE'S I'ANGER IS MCR£ VIGILANTISM 
NEU YORK cm- SUBUAY TOKEN (CARTOON) 

S^cI^FLIGHPATTDttlilTs'TUr^'HEADLINES WITH BEATING OF PUR■SE-aNATCHI^)G. 

BATTERll« SHOULD STIR COMMUNITY Cp^CIENCE 
'NORMAL' BEHAVIOR IN f^ •' '^iERlf STRANGE 
KOCH BLASTS HELMS F-aiCY ON AIDS LITERATURE 
KOCH'S F'OLICY UNLAUFa 
NEU YORK ENACTS TOUGH SMOKING BAN 

^€U YORK DAILY NEWS (fCWSPAFER) 



-DATE- 



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E L Y 

C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 7/23/1987 D 1 P F B71 



3/08/1987 D 
3/15/1987 D 
3/22/1987 D 
3/29/1987 D 
4/05/1987 C 



15 U 

12 N 

15 N 

15 N 

17 N 



H 


2 1/01/1997 A 


1 P P S76 


H 


2 1/01/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 1/01/1987 B 


1 F ^ 


S 


2 1/01/1987 A 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 1/01/1987 A 


2 P N 


s 


2 1/01/1987 D 


3 P N 


S 


2 1/02/1987 C 


1 N H70 


S 


2 12/19/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


3 12/22/1987 C 


1 N 080 


H 


2 12/30/1987 B 


1 N 


3 


2 12/30/1987 B 


1 U COV 


H 


2 12/31/1987 C 


4 U 


H 


3 12/'31/1987 B 


1 N 080 


H 


2 1/01/1987 B 


1 P P L38 


s 


2 1/01/1987 A 


1 N &85 


S 


2 1/01/1987 A 


7 P F S27 


H 


2 1/02/1987 A 


9 N 


3 


2 1/02/1987 C 


1 N H70 


s 


2 12/24/1987 D 


12 P I 


H 


2 12/25/1987 D 


5 P F L37 


H 


2 12/25/1987 D 


5 N 


H 


2 12/31/1987 C 


1 P F ZU 


H 


2 12/31/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


S 


2 12/31/1987 D 


11 N 


H 


2 4/04/1987 C 


7 N 


S 


2 4/09/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 4/27/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 4/27/1987 A 


? N 


S 


2 5/14/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 5/22/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 6/20/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 4/03/1987 C 


5 P N 


H 


2 4/07/1987 A 


10 N 


S 


2 4/07/1987 A 


4 £ 


H 


2 4/21/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 5/07/1987 A 


4 E 


s 


2 6/13/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 6/19/1987 A 


4 T T R5(i 


H 


2 6/20/1987 A 


4 E 


. H 


1 7/03/1987 B 


3 N 


3 


2 9/24/1987 A 


2 N 


S 


2 10/21/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/14/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 11/16/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 11/20/1987 C 


2 N 


H 


2 r2/07/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 12/24/1987 A 


7 N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1987 - 12A51/1V87 



BY SUBJECTS 



PAPER, CHAPa HILL MAN SEHLE SUIT 

^€U YORK FILM FESTIVAL 

OLK MAN IN NYCi LEE LOURDEAUX AT THE NEU YORK FILM FESTIVAL 
EMOTIONS TOP TECH; GETTING 1¥E BIG (MOTION) PICTURE IN NYC 

NEW YORK GIANTS 

SEE ALSO PRO FOOTBALL 
PARCELLS: 'I CUT TAYLOR TOO MUCH SLACK' 

NEW YORK KNICKS 

WHILE RUMORS FLY ABOUT PACK'S VALVANO, KNICKS REMAIN PATIENT 

VALVANO STAYING WITH UOLFP-ACK 

KNICKS' DECISION KEPT CORffllANI FROM HAVING TO MAKE ONE HIMSELF 

NEU YORK tCTS 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
SPRING TRAINING'S REAL WINNERS— FANS 

fei YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 
SEE ALSO STOCK MARKET 
FUOUA GETS STOCK-QUOTE BOARD 

DOU DROPS 508; MARKET MAYHEM RATTLES INVESTORS CLOSE TO HOME 
COMPUTER PROBLEMS PREVENTED Tl€ DURWAM HERALD FR'OM PRINTING,., 

NEU YORK TIMES (NEWSPAPER) 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, U,S, 
CHANGING DOWNTOWNS 

NEU YORK TIMES COMPANY FOUNDATION 

$10,000 DONATED FOR SARRAH LECTURES 

NEU YORK YANKEES 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
NEU YORK STATE OF MIND 
STEINBRENNER'S LATEST MOVE WAS NO SURPRISE 

NEW ZEALAND 

NEU ZEALAND AMBASSADOR TO GIVE LECTURE AT UNIVERSITY 

fOIARK, mi ,^SEY 
SEE ALSO mu JERSEY 
THE BLESSED HERtSY 
EDITORIAL ARGUMENT FAILED 
ADDIhffi TO STUPIDITY? 

fCUCOMER (MAGAZINE) 
SEE ALSO MAGAZirCS 
MAGAZINE FOR TRIANGLE NEWCOMERS 
NEUCOMER TO GO NATIONAL! TRIANGLE MAGAZINE PUBLISHER WILL TAKE IDEA.. 

fCULYUED W>ME (TV SHOW) 

NEULYUED TV SHOW SET AT SOUTH SQUARE 
•BIG MAC' BRINGS H0(€ TV GAME'S BIG PRIZE 

^EUS AND OBSERVER 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH TIMES (fCUSPAPER) 
D^HWI READY FOR GATEWAY; WHAT ARE CHARLOTTE, RALEIGH YELPING ABOUT? 

FRESH AIR TO RALEIGH 

STATE DOESN'T NEED GAMBLING 

DON'T PUT CURRIN ON THE BENCH 

OBTS OF U.S. BUSINESS TOO MUCH, GRACE WARNS 

INTANGIBLES TAX SENDS RETIREES ELSEWHERE 

SECRET BAUOTING FOR UNC BOARD UNCONSTITUTIONAL 

CIVIC CENTER, HER'ALD BUILDING DESIGNS SCOREIi 

RALEIGH PAPERS MAKE CHANGES 

NO MERGER PLANNED AT HERALD-SUN 

CRW; I COULD HAVE STAYED; BLAMES REPORT 

HAMNER'S REBUnAL ANGRY GIFT TO W.0 



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E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 1/30/1987 B 



N 



H 2 10/09/1987 D 1 T F C50 
H 2 10/09/1987 D 12 P F L59 



H 2 7/25/1987 D 8 P N 



H 2 7/11/1987 D 1 P N 
H 2 7/13/1987 3 2 N 
H 2 7/14/1987 D 3 P N D71 



H 2 4/06/1987 D 1 U C52 



S 2 2/25/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 10/20/1987 A 1 P N L41 
H 2 12/16/1987 D 8 N 



H 2 10/20/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 9/18/1987 C 3 N 



H 2 4/16/1987 D 1 U 071 
H 2 10/25/1987 B 8 N C52 



H 2 3/12/1987 C 8 N 



H 2 2/03/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 2/09/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 2/09/1987 A 4 L 



H 


9 


8/01/1987 A 


11 


N M97 


H 


o 


8/30/1987 D 


10 


N 


H 


2 


8/08/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


8/19/1987 C 


4 P N B12 


H 


■■;> 


1/22/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


7 


1/25/1987 D 


5 


J 


H 


2 


4/07/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/15/1987 A 


5 


J 


H 


? 


6/07/1987 D 


5 


J 


H 


n 


6/10/1987 A 


9 


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4 


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7/05/1987 D 


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L 


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7/23/1987 B 


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7/24/1987 A 


17 


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12/04/1987 A 


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(CARTOON) 



HAMNER PAYS $4,100 TO GET LEHER IN RALEIGH PAPER 
nKpER TO RESPOND TO HAMNER' AIiVERTISEHENT 
NEED FOR STANDARDS 
WHY NOT INaUIC WAKE"? 

NEWS AND OBSERVER, EDITORIALS 

HAHtCR'S REBUTTAL AfJGRY GIFT TO NM) 

m^ PAYS $4,100 TO GET LETTER IN RALEIGH PAPER 

NolsPAPER TO RESPOND TO HAtlNER ADVERTISEMENT 

NEED FOR STANDARIS 

WHY NOT INaUDE WAKE? 

NEWS COVERAGE 

DLBWAM OVERLOOKED 

^"^ Awf POLICE PROBLEMS, NOT LEAKS, NEED FHOBING 
LOOK WHO SPILLED THE BEANS 
OOF'S! 

I€US MEDIA _ 

SF'ARE US J\€ GRAPHICS 
STOP SOBBING 

group: S. AFRICA NEUS OFF THE MARK 
PRESS BLAMED FOR RIFT 
JENKINS UAY OFF BASE IN BLAME OF MpiA 
pf£SS DIDN'T CREATE FUSS ABOUT LASSITER 
^ THE UAY, HAVE YOU EVER COMMITTED ADULTERY 
MEDIA MADNESS ACCOMPANIES FESTIVAL 
MO A COVERAGE OF FESTIVAL IS AN E'^NT IN ITSELF 
MEDIA NOT TO BLAME FOR ATHLETES' IMAGE 
POLICE SHCUS, TV rOS DISTORT REALITY Oh CRIME 
CITY OFFICIALS SAY MEDIA FWERFUL, BUT LACK ICPTH 
CRUM'S lawyer: media may HAVE HAD EFFECT 
CRUM: I COULD HAVE STAYED; BLAMES REPORT 

^^ MOIA INVI™To'rESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK TO SEE COMPANIES 

NEUS STORIES, 1986, DURHAM 

MEANINGLESS EVENTS OF '36 

JANUm INSIGHTMVS6 HIT DUR'HAM RATHER LIKE THIS 
BEST SHOTS OF '86 

NEUS STORIES, 1936, INTERNATIONAL 

SCANNING COMMUNIST SCOREBOARD FOR 1986 

f£US STORIES, 1986, N.C. 

MEANINGLESS EVENTS OF '86 ^^^^^ 

r^ffi '&fi^'^] m^S, IN 1985 

r ^I^I^Xl^WrHEST r^JHBER IN 14 YEARS 

f£US STORIES, 1986, U.S. 

"^"uAy'tHIS^AN be As'bAD a year as the LAST ONE! (CARTOON) 

^ ?;f J^^PrO^^:.SALL.'SOUTHERN SPARTA^^ ^^^^^^^ 
TWEETHAT CAME aOSE...BASEBALLy'S0UTHERN SPARTANS 
TWEE THAT CAME CLOSE... FOOTBALL/NORTHERN KNIGHTS 
™i rm CAME CLOSE... VOLLpBALL/JORDAN FALCONS 
TNniViriUAL EXCELLENrE... ELBERT ELLIS/ HILLoIDE 
IND V DUAL EXCELLENCE... CINDY TEASLEY/SOUTHERN 
INDIVIIiUAL EXCELLENCE... SCOTT TR'EMBLEY/NORTHERN 
REC SPORTS RACKS UP QUITE A FIRST YEAR 
IT'S A WRAP! 



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2 12/26/1987 C 
2 12/26/1987 C 
2 12/26/1987 A 
2 12/26/1987 A 



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H 2 7/23/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 8/02/1987 D 4 E 



1/06/1987 A 
4/29/1987 A 



6/10/1987 
6/16/1987 
6/17/1987 
6/18/1987 
6/25/1987 
7/09/1987 
7/20/1987 
8/04/1987 
11/11/1987 
11/24/1987 _ 
12/03/1987 C 
12/04/1987 A 



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H 2 1/01/1987 A 

S 2 1/01/1987 D 

H 2 1/04/1987 D 

H 2 1/04/1987 E 



4 E 

1 P F B71 

5 T J R56 
1 P P 



2 1/02/1987 A 



1/01/1987 A 
1/01/1987 B 
1/01/1987 D 
1/25/1987 B 
1/27/1987 C 



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H 2 1/01/1987 A 



12/26/1987 D 
12/26/1987 D 
12/26/1987 D 
l-2y'26/1987 D 
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12/26/ r?87 D 
12/26/1987 D 
12/29/1987 D 
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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



1937 HAS SEEN PTL, BAKKER' SHAKEN BY DISCLOSURES 

THE CHAff-IQNS... BOYS' BASKETBALL/CKAF'EL HILL TIGERS 

INDIVIDUAL EXCELLENCE... HENRIK RODUCHAPEL HILL 

FLIPPING OUT 

COLD DAY, BIG UIN 

WE'RE NO. 1! 

UNC IN COURT 

THE NBA RISES 

A COACH'S YEAR 

1987! YEAR OF CONTR'OVERSY, FESTIVAL EXCELLEfCE IN N.C. 

KEEPING SPORTS IN PERSPECTIVE 

IT'S A WRAP! 

PTL SCANDAL VOTED TOP STORY BY N.C. MEDIA 

mis STORIES, 1987, U.S. 

1987 HAS SEEN PTL, BAKKER SHAKEN BY DISCLOSURES 
KEEPING SFtlRTS IN PER-SPECTIVE 

NEWS TO GO (HERALD COLU»« 
SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HERALD, TEEN PAGES 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C. 

NEWS TO GO 

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NEWS TO 60 

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12/27/1987 C 
12/27/1987 C 
12/'27/1987 C 
12/27/1987 C 
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12/27/1987 C 
12/27/1987 C 
12/27/1987 C 
12/31/1987 D 
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1/17/1987 B 


1 T N 


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1/24/1987 B 


1 T N 


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1/31/1987 B 


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9/19/1987 B 


1 T N 


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9/26/1987 B 


1 D N 


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10/03/1987 B 


1 T N 


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1 T N 


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10/17/1987 B 


1 T N 


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10/24/1937 A 


6 T N 


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10,'31/1987 A 


6 T N 


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11/07/1987 B 


1 T N 


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11/14/1987 B 


1 T N 


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11/21/1987 B 


1 T N 


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11/23/1987 A 


6 T N 


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1 T N 



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2 12/27/1987 C 3 N 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



NEWS TO ta 
NEUS TO GO 
m& TO 60 

^TAU^FrL^1KSN?F??^ErFgnSA^^QuS^^^ 
^°E^ri^Rm F^^I^CFf ICES IN SUF€RmFKETS 

tCUSPAFtR CARRIER PRAISED 

SE|n^-sTt1SI^T?^E^StINQ a^PINANCE, CITY PA^CL TOU^ 

HERALD CARRIER THANKHi 
NO TIME TO FCLLOU ORDER'S 

If^EXTRA^Sl RtAD ALL ABOJT IT' ISSUE ON FINANCE COmiTTEE... « 

OFFICIAL TO REF-CRT,a,N ^£WSFftF« UEMCRS 

NEU ORIUNAfCE WOUUi ALLOW STkEET VENDING 

PANEL AIRS STREET-<;ENDING RUL£3 - 

CITY COLWCIL TO DISCUSS Ptf'ER SALES 

ANfOj^TION APFW)VED FOR 10-Sr4iAR£-MILE AREA ,,^.^ 

^tNBING LAU LETS FaiCE DECIK WHICH CORNERS UNSAFE 

ItCISION ON NEUS SALES BEiCFITS ALL IN Dl^-HAtt 

JONATHON yiLSON CAPJ;'IER OF MONTH 

MOM^ QUIDX^TH.INKING SA^S PINKED SON 

?-^1^?^11S^3''hiII^'L^1nT^?'wITH HAMJl^ 
YOUTOS^EAD GUILTY TO STEALIfW NEL'SPtftRS, AR'E FINED 
TOP CARRIER 

NEWSPAPER IN EDIXATION _ 

SEE W.SO CONSTITUTION CORNER 

^£aP^KuCATI0N°PR0MOTIS black HISTORY MONTH (AD) 
NEWSPAPERS IN EDXATICN WEEK .iARCH 2-6 (AD) 
NEUSPltf'ERS IN QUCATION WEEK (AD) 
NEWSPAPER'S IN EDUCATION (AD) 
NEWSPAPERS IN EDUCATION 
NEWSPAPER-IN-EDUCATION WEEK 
NEWSPAPER-IN-EDUCATION WEEK 

NB^APER^IN^wS CELEBRATES TEACHER- APPRECIATIO,N -^ (AD) 

TEADCRS, TAKE ^WTE <AD) ,„„„,^ 

NEWSPAPER-IN-EDUCATION CONTEST WINhERS 
!cI^-Sp^-IN-EI.UCATICN CONTEST UIN■^€RS (AD 
ilWTnft HIGH TEACHER HC^*OF.EIi FOR USING iCU^rAFEKo IN^-LAob 
T^C«< TURNS NEl^AFERS INTO CLASSROOM LEARNING TOOL 
TEACtCR-S, TAKE NOTE (AD) 
CONSTITUTION COR^€R FOR KIM WLY 
CONSTITUTION CORNER FOR KIDS 0^<LY 
CO^^SIimiCN CORfCR ^^^^^^^, 

FOR KIDS O^JLY 
FOR KIDS GMY 
FOR ^aDS a^JLY 

■ FOR KIDS ONLY 

• FOR KIDS ONLY 

• FOR KIDS CfCY 

■ FOR KIDS »a.Y 

• FOR Kirs Q^fl.Y 



CONSTITUTION CORNER 
CO^JSTITUTIC« CORNER 
CONSTITUTION CORNER 
CONSTITUTION CORNER 
CONSTITUTION CORNER 
CONSTITJTIDN CORNER 
CONSTITUTION OTRNER 
CONSTITUTION CWNER 
CONSTITUTION CORNER 
CONSTITUTION CCRf€R 

g^AM^liN^SSES^ARE & TO GI^ SUPPORT TO P..3LIC SCHOOLS 
"tW6T nOFS ALL THIS HAVE TO M WITH ME^ (AD) 
PTOMOTIONCFLITERACY FIRST STEP TO PROSPERIH 
LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS (AD) 
LETTERS TO SANTA 



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2 12/19/1987 B 1 T N 
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2 8/06/1987 A 19 P U L41 



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2/20/1987 C 
2.' 20/ 1987 B 
2/'23/1987 A 
2/27/1987 
3/09/1987 
3/17/1987 
3/17/1987 
3/27/1987 
3/27/1987 
4/02/198- 
4/07/1987 B 
4/07/1987 C 
4/10/1987 
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7/04/1987 
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2/14/1987 A 
2/15/1987 E 
2/16/1987 B 
2/18/1987 A 
3/02/1987 A 
3/05/1987 C 
3/08/1987 D 
5/07/1987 A 
5/07/1987 C 
5/21/1987 B 
5/21/1987 B 
5/21/1987 B 
5/21/1987 C 
6/05/1987 C 
6/26/1987 C 
6/27/1987 A 
7/05/1987 D 
7/05/1987 D 
7/12/1987 D 
7/19/1987 D 
7/26/1987 D 
7/28/1987 A 
3/09/1987 D 
8/11/1987 C 
3/16/1987 D 
8/23/1987 D 
9/C6/1987 D 
9/23/1987 E 
9/24/1987 A 
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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO DURHAH HERALD CO., NEWSPAPER RACKS 

SEE ALSO VENDING MACHINES 
»# 'EXTRA, EXTRA, READ ALL ABOUT IT' ISSUE ON FINANCE COMMITTEE. 
MAN IS CHARGED WITH STEALING NEWSPAPER RACK 
YOJTHS PLEAD GUILTY TO STEALING NEWSPAPER'S, ARE FINED 

ICUSPAPER RECYCLING 
SEE ALSO RECYCLING 
NEWSPitf'ER DRIVE 

NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NA(€S OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
SEE ALSO ASHEVILLE CITIZB^TIMES (NEWSPAPER) 
SEE ALSO EDITOR'S 

SEE ALSO FAYEHEVILLE TIMES (NEWSPAPER) 
SEE ALSO JOURNALISM 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF AFTERNOON NEUSPAF'ER'S 
SEE ALSO N.C, PRESS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO N.C, PRESS FTOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO RtPORTERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN NEWSPAFtR PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO TKIANGLE WOMEN IN COMtlUNICATIONS 
SEE ALSO WILMINGTON MORNING STA_R (NEWSPAF'ER) 

'fERALD'S' HOLLINGSWORTH GETS SPECIAL ASSOCIATED PRESS AWARD 

OFFICIALS, REPORTERS TALK NEWS 

LEGISLATORS CASTIGATE NEWS MEDIA 

WOMAN SENTDJCED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT 

Aa ^£ HAD ANY DESIRE TO BE, SAYS BOB MASON, WAS AN EDITOR 

FIRE DAMAGES NEWSPAPER' OFFICES IN WASHINGTON, N.C. 

MR, speaker: PLEASE SEND THEM HOME 

RALEIGH PAPERS MAKE CHANGES 

NO MERGER PLANNED AT HERALD-SUN 

RALEIGH AFTERNOON PAPER TO DROP SATURtsAY EDITION" 

BECOMING A COLUMNIST TAK'ES A LOT OF HARD WORK 

CHAPEL HILL PAPER MAY BE SOLD SOON 

SALE OF PAPER EXPECTED TO BE ANNOUNCED TODAY 

CHAPEL HILL PAPER SOLD TO CHAIN 

RALEIGH PAPER TO DROP SATURDAY P.M. EDITIONS 

DANVILLE, VA., PAF'ER GETS CLINTON EDITOR 

PROBLEMS IN EASTERN N.C, fWE IGNORED 

CRUM'S lawyer: MEDIA MAY HAVE HAD EFFECT 

CRUM5 I COULD HAVE STAYED; BLAMES REPORT 

fCUSPAPERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATED PRESS 

SEE ALSO EDITORS 

SEE ALSO FEIiEKALIST PAPER'S 

SEE ALSO JOURNALISTIC ETHICS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL PRESS FOUNDATION 

SEE ALSO NEW YOR'K TIMES (NEWSF'AF'ER) 

SEE ALSO OnOWAY NEWSPAPERS INC. 

SEE ALSO PULITZER PRIZE 

SEE ALSO REF'ORTER'S, U.S. 

SEE ALSO TIME, INC. 

SEE ALSO WAU STREET JOURNAL (NEWSPAPER) 

RETIRED JOURNALIST HAVLICEK 

INSIK 

MEDIA COVERAGE OF FESTIVAL IS AN EVENT IN ITSELF 

NOT EVERYOfC'S THAT GULLIBLE 

FCC SHIRKEi ITS DUTY WITH FAIRNESS DECISION 

THE BELLS THAT USED TO RING 

DANVILLE, VA., PAPER GETS CLINTON EDITOR 

TIC REAGAN YOU GET IS NOT h€CESSARILY THE REAGAN YOU SEE 

1987: PRESS SEES NO ISSUE TOO PER'SONAL 

NEWSPRINT 

NEWS THAT'S FIT TO EAT 

NEWTON, N.C. 

^efro^( paper gets new managing editor 



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3/13/1987 C 

4/03/1987 A 

5/21/1987 B 

7/05/1987 E 

7/16/1987 D 

7/23/1987 A 

7/23/1987 B 

7/24/1987 A 

10/07/1987 B 

10/16/1987 A 

10/31/1987 C 

11/05/1987 B 

11/06/1987 C 

11/13/1987 B 

11/21/1987 A 

12/'01/1987 A 

12/03/1987 C 

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fCXSEN P1HJET JACOBS i PC1XA.RD 

IXfJiAM, S.C. LAW FIRtiS TO l€R6E 

T>€ f£XT STEP... (a.w«^ St^ CSJm) 
SEE ALSO WERIC^ I'f^K.Z FESTIVAL 
TLC" ^£XT STEP ♦ 

T>€ f€XT STEP': FOJSR LIW)N DAfCER K£S SOLO 
TVE fCXT STEP 

T>E f€XT STEP AT T>£ FESTIVAL 
T^E ^EXT STEP... 
Tf£ LAST STEP... 
FOOTNOTES iViRK FESTIVAL'S END 



H 2 7/09/1987 D 6 N L41 



THF 'JETT ZENITH BtW 

' THANKS TO T«S£ F-EDrlE F«? HELPING T>£ 



D« (CONTIf^O) 



'^^'^^NIACIN (yPERS CHOLESTEa-OL REItCTIW* FO? »5 A MONTH 
'^^'^^^^KnY^TO ^EN MD£ in DAVIDSON COUNTY 

NIC^(^^ CENTRAL CtfCRICA PEACE PLWJ 
SEE ALSO CHRISTIC INSTITUTE 
SEE ALSO CONTRAS 

1 ^^ ^aV^^RACY IN CENTK^^ A^ICA. 
SEE ALSO aiM)INISTAS .^^ 

NICARAa^ «IiICI?£ I»1?ESSES UNO fW)F 

^€L■S BUiSTS GFfC'CfrS OF OMRA AID 

CL&«ING TVE RECORD ^^ 

^8^;iF^fh^l^^°^cS^?So. OF 'F^^JL S^LLTION- 
nTc. KLEEAT™ PLANNING TO VISIT NICi«AGUA 

^. aVFCRD'S VOTE A MOST UNTIiCLY &£ 
TEJWIfWTE AID TO CCNTFAS 
NICARAGUA IS A GRCWLNG TVff^TTO U.S. 
SOVIETS aiLL NOT YIELD TO CgmfCY 
hARI>£ CCf^V^NBANT LW£S COKTRA SIFPWT 

Ix^S^liKf ^^C^lK IKYING OPERATION 

BATTLE CF BELIZE BECOI€S CAUSE FOR ^^S9^ MINISTER 

KsSy^i^^I^ t^^Sc^gua in soviet ca^ 

J^A^^ST^D^yi^cSKfiSca SAYS 

EX-AGENT RAPS CIA _ 

LCU INTE.Smr UAR CafriNl£S CARNAGE 

PEACE ^J^ 'jarfORfO ^^^r^,. 

AMY C/«TER'S ACTION WASN'T A 't€C£gITV 

SmMUNISTS IfflLTRATIfffi RELIGIOUS bOJU^ 

MISOJIDED MOBILIZATItX 

AFf ALLED BY CYNICISM 

WERICAN WAR CRIfCS __^ >„^.^,„,^ 

fOIA NOT TELLING ALL ABOUT NICARAOJA 

CONTRAS StaU TRIE COLCBS ^^^ 

TAKING SIDES MEANS T<«1NG RISKS 

REAG(W PaiCY A DISASTER 

CONTRA UAR ll^CESSARY 

Pm t?caJLIW^''^ FIMS TO lEVELGF CE>m?AL AMERICA 

1^ ttS DENIES DISCUSSION ABOUT PASTDRA „„ 

^^^AL DFv^IEsIIf^SENT-jG «L1S K< NICARAaii^ TRIP 
™sS^ IS 1^ FIGMENT y AJTWR'S It^INATIQN 
CCNTRAS SEEK RET^N TO SCHOZA'S DAYS 



6/04/1987 D 
6/11/1987 D 
6/18/1987 D 
6/25/1987 D 
7/09/1937 D 
7/16/1987 D 
7/23/1987 D 



P F 
P G 
P G 
P F 
P G 
P G 
P F 



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B71 

B71 
B71 
B71 
B71 



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S 2 12/09/1987 C 11 U 
H 2 6/10/1987 B 4 N 



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1/-29/1987 C 

1/31/1987 A 

2/02/1987 A 

2/11/1987 C 

2/14/1987 B 

^'15/1987 C 

2/21/1987 

2/23/1987 

2/25/1987 

2/26/1987 

2/28/1987 

2/23/1987 _ 

3/03/1987 C 

3/05/1987 A 

3/08/1987 C 

3/08/1987 

3/12/1987 

3/13/1987 

3/17/1987 

3/17/1987 

3/'31/198: 

4/01/1987 

4/20/1987 

4/27/198. 

5/03/1987 

5/04/1987 A 

5/05/1987 A 

5/08/1987 

5/11/1987 

5/15/1987 

6/01/1987 

6/02/1987 

6/03/1987 

6/05/1987 

6/09/1987 

6/10/1987 A 

6/11/1987 B 

6/14/1987 E 

6/19/1987 A 



C 

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A 

A 
A 
A 
' A 
A 
D 



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A 
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7 N 

2 N 
4 E 

1 P N S51 
4 N 
10 P P 
4 E 
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4 

16 
2 
6 
4 
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6 F 
4 
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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



S U B J 



no UE UAMT SOVIET HORRORS IN NICARAGUA'' 

DEBATE ON CONTR'AS ANIi NICARAGUA CALLED LUDICROUS 

FIRST-HAND KNOULETiGE 

Tf€Y LIKE THE CONTR'AS 

WHAT'S THE BIG DEAL? 

UfCRE ARE SOCIAL REFORMS? 

THE MURDER'OUS CONTRAS 

NICARACUAN FAMILIES HAVE SLIFFEREH FOR NORTH'S ACTIONS 

'MILITARY TARGET'! CHILDREN AND WOMEN 

AN HOiCST REPORT ON CONTRAS 

ASSASSINS' SECRET TEAM 

WITNESS FOR PEACE DISREPUTABLE ORGANIZATION 

DEMOCRACY MISRCT'RESENTED 

FREEIOM FIGHTERS AREN'T CRAZY 

AnACK ON WITNESS FOR PEACE DISTORTED 

NO COMMUNISTS IN UFF' 

U.S. SHOULD NOT ENFORCE MONROE DOCTRINE 

STOP FUNDING TERRORISTS 

SLPPORT THE FR'EEDOM FIGHTER'S 

WE Ml^T FIGHT SANDINISTAS TO GAIN PEACE IN NICARAGUA 

ANTI-CONTRA AHACKS ARE PRWAGANDA 

VOTE Wm AID TO CONTRAS 

DESTRtCTION OF DEMOCRACY 

Lite DRCfPEIi FROM LETTER 

NEEDED IN NICARAGUA! THE MIDM.E OF THE ROAD 

LETTER SHOULD BE APPLAUDED 

REAGAN PUTS HIMSELF, CONGRESS ON TF€ SPOT 

LIBERALS' VIEW OF NICARAGUA MISLEADING 

PaL INFORMATION StiUGHT 

DON'T BACK THE CONTKs^S 

LET PEOPLE HAVE THEIR CHOICE 

TIC CRUX OF THE CONTRA MAHER AND THE SOVIET THREAT (AD) 

EDITORIAL WAS THOUGHTFUL 

REAGAN DOESN'T WANT PEACE 

STATEMENTS IN ADVERTISEMENT REGARDING NICARAGUA NOT TRUE 

CONTRAS MURDERED BROTHER— UNC SPEAKER 

TfE ANTI-CONTRA SMEAR 

EDITORIAL WAS ITSELF A SMEAR' 

NA^E-CALLI^JG IS CHILDISH 

F'RO-CONTR'A EXCUSES HYPOCRITICAL 

RELIGIOUS GROUP'S PR-OTEST MORE MONEY FOR CONTRAS 

SEN. SA^FORD IN NICAR'AGUA 

li^l^Y DIFFERENT VIEWS PRESENTED ON IRANIAN ARMS SALE CONTROVER-SY 

SANFORD PRAISES NICARAGUA'S DECISION TO ALLOW NDiSPAPER 

CAVING IN TO SANDINISTAS 

A CHALLENGE TO PEACE 

R'EAGAN PLAN; WRIGHT PLAN; HELMS PLAN (CARTOON) 

U.S. BOOSTING WAR 

WtWT ABOUT THE LEFTIST?' 

DON'T BELIEVE WHITE HOUSE 

AN U^«?EASONABLE DEMAND 

•CALL US PATRIOTS' 

PEACE WITH MUSCLE 

SOJS! WAR WON'T BRING PEACE TO CENTRAL AMERICA 

MORE CONTRAS MAY BE NEEIiED 

NICARAGUANS WANT SOVEREIGNTY 

PRACTICE WHAT WE PREACH 

SAVING THROUGH DESTRUCTION^ 

WITNESS FOR PEACE SAYS MEMBER TAKEN BY CONTRA REBELS 

IJ.S. IS SEEKING RELEASE OF THREE HELD BY CONTRAS 

CONTRAS MAY FR'EE ACTIVIST SOON 

WITNESS FOR PEACE SETS VIGIL TODAY 

VIGIL SEEKS RELEASE OF CONTRA PRISONER'S 

INCIIOT HURTS CONTRA IMAGE 

HI™ESS FOR PEACE WORKER TO BE FREED, CONGRESSMAN SAYS 

WITNESS FOR PEACE BUOYED BY REPORT OF FISHER"S RELEASE 

WITNESS FOR PEACE VOLUNTEER REACHES MANAGUA 

BAD PRESS FOR CONTRAS 

SECURITY EFFORTS BACKFIRE 

SKEPTICISM IS MISPLACED 



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L 


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7/20/1987 A 




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7/25/1987 A 




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7/27/1987 A 




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7/29/1987 A 




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L 


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8/26/1987 A 




L 


S 


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8/31/1987 A 




L 


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9/01/1987 C 




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9/03/1987 A 




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9/09/1987 A 




L 


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9/10/1987 A 




L 


H 


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9/14/1987 A 




L 


H 


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9/19/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


9/20/1987 C 




N 


H 


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9/22/1987 A 


14 P N 


H 


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9/22/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


9/23/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


9/30/1987 A 




L 


S 


2 


9/30/1987 A 


4 T T 


H 


2 


10/03/1987 A 




L 


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10/05/1987 A 




E 


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10/08/1987 A 




L 


H 


9 


10/08/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


10/08/1987 A 




L 


H 


9 


10/15/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


10/15/1937 B 


1 F 


N BIO 


3 


9 


10/15/1987 A 




L 


S 


9 


10/17/1987 A 




L 


H 




10/21/1987 A 




L 


H 


9 


10/21/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


10/21/1987 B 




N 


H 


n 


10/22/1987 A 


IS 


N 


H 


9 


10/24/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


n 


10/27/1987 D 




N 


S 


2 


.0/27/1987 C 




N 


H 


9 


10/28/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


10/30/1987 C 




N 


H 


O 


11/01/1987 C 




N 


H 


n 


Ll/02.'1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


n 


11/10/1987 A 




L 


H 


9 


11/11/1987 A 




L 


H 


'^ 


11/14/1987 A 




L 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/193- 



BY SUBJECTS 



PAGE1332 
1/21/38 



(CARTOON) 



TERRORISTS IN AFGHANISTAN 
CONTRAS (CARTOCrN) 
AN IRRATIONAL FEAR 
THE SPEAKER OF tUFLCMACY 
PEACE PLAN DECEPTIVE 

'^ {i Me-^^h^re SJEn.t any sandinista clausi 

SOBBING FOR THE OPPRESSORS 
BETRAYED BY SANDINISTAS 

''TEETb^STTK FOR hEDICAL AID TO CENTRAL AMERICA 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

Ie also HEALTH CAR€, INTERNATIONAL ^^^_. 
NICARAGUAN MEDICINE IMPRESSES UNC PROF 

^^^^?c^°?Aa-^ iK EStf fS4^^^ 

%^c^^i ^oX'^mcl^m^P^^m-^^ERmm set for 

NICKNA^ES 

SEE ALSO NAMES 

qPE ALSO PARIS OF THE PIEDMONT 
UHAT^ IN A NICKNAME? SOCIAL ACCEPTANCE 

NICOTIiC 

SEE ALSO COTININE „,,,,^Tr. 

SKIdSTs cS^'a?SI!1aYS TORONTO STUDY 
^^'TpTSSS'llfaSEN JR. TO SPEAK AT mi 

'^^^'^S^S'SSIJgf FEATURING MACUSO 
NIGHT^COURT^CTEL^EVISION SHO^)^,^^ ^^ ,^^^^ ^^, ^.^^^^^ 

NIGHT GALLERY (CHAPEL HIU-- N.C.) 

MEN JAM OMNI TO LOOK AT LINGERIE 

NIGHTCLUBS 

SEE ALSO PRIVATE CLUBS ^,„^, 

HARDBACK AN UNUSUAL COMBINATION 
NEW DURHAM NIGHTCLUB TO OPEN 
RALEIGH CLUB OWNERS FIEAD GUILTY TO ARSON 
MWi CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN AT N GHTCLUB 
LAUGHS LATEST URINKLE FOR HAYTI THEATER 
CLUBS i HOTaS BREWING BUBBLY BASHES FOR EVE 

NIGHTLINE (TV PROGRAM) 

BAKKERS TOP CARSON'S RATUJGS 

^^^^ GTE^BACKS EMPLOYEE CHARITY UORK UITH $30,150 IN GRANTS 

NINA'S SCHOOL OF DANCE 
ON PARADE 

911 

SEE EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (911) 

NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT „,^^^^^^ 
SEE ALSO 14TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 
OXFORD LAWYER WIU RUN FOR JUDGESHIP 

'^^'^^MErSs, city team FOR 9TH STREET FESTIVAL 



S I T 

N E ELY 

p D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 11/16/1987 A 4 L 

H 2 11/13/1987 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 11/19/1987 A 4 L 

H 2 11/20/1987 A 4 E 

H 2 11/28/1987 A 4 L 

H 2 12/18/1987 A 4 L , 

H 2 12/20/1987 D 4 T T R5i 

H 2 12/24/1987 A 4 L 

H 2 12/30/1987 A 4 L 



S 2 1/02/1987 A 1 P N W27 



S 2 11/14/1937 C 1 N 

H 2 11/16/1987 C 2 N 

NOV. 24 H 2 11/23/1987 B 14 U 



H 2 12/07/1987 B 1 U G78 



H 2 7/19/1987 E 7 N 
H 2 11/26/1987 C 28 N 



H 2 2/28/1987 A 9 N 

H 2 10/07/1987 C 1 N S82 

H 2 10/08/1987 A 20 N 

H 2 12/14/1987 B 1 P F H45 



H 2 3/27/1987 D 6 R M20 

S 2 7/23/1987 A 18 N 

S 2 7/^/1987 A 1 N 

H 1 8/14/1987 B 4 N 

H 2 10/02/1987 D 10 P F U66 

H 2 12/25/1987 D 5 P F L37 



H 2 5/31/1987 C 3 N 

H 2 2/03/1937 C 13 P U L41 

S 2 12/07/1987 C 1 P P C45 

H 1 12y'05/1987 C 1 P N 

S 2 4/14/1937 A 9 N W82 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



SUBJECTS 



9TH STREET FESTIVITIES 

SHADES OF BLUES 

FESTIVAL DaAYED 

STREET FEST SET COME RAIN, SHINE 

NINTH STR'EET FAIR RESCHEDaED 

9TH STREET GROWTH TO FOLLOW EXPANSION 

ERWIN square: expansion may SPUR CITY'S REBIRTH 

ERtJIN SQUARE EXPANSION (CARTOON) 

Ga.LEY, ABRAM DISAGREE ON RECRUITING BUSINESSES 

^l^uW. ^'^ LIMITS ON THE DOWNTOWN AREA 

S^F^^\,yif.^!f.°'^^^^S, PARKING AT ERWIN SQUARE 

COJNCIL NEEDS HELP ON 1988-89 CITY BUDGET 

NINTH STR'ECT BAKERY 
SOLO 'BANDIT' 

NINTH STREET GALLERY 

ENGLISH ARTIST HAS SHOW HERE 
BLONIEEL 'SPLENDOR' INIiEED 
DOJNTOWN MAY BE REAL-ESTATE HOT SPOT 

1940S RADIO HOUR 

THE PLAY'S THE THING 

TftATRE GUILD OPENS 'RADIO HOUR' 

DIKE'S hEWS DIRECTOR RETIRES 

'RADIO' SHOW ENTERTAINS 

GUILD'S 'RADIO HOUR' LEAVES STORY LOTCLD 

1950 'S 

FINS! A FIFTIES FANTASY 

'57 BEL AIR! FI^« AND aEGANCE 

1960 'S 

TIE-DYE MAKIS COMEBACK 

'AQUARIUS REVISITED- SERIES OF'ENS WITH VIETNAM 

NIPPON TELEGRAF'H i TELEF'HONE CO, 
SEE ALSO JAPAN 
N, TELECOM, JAPAN TRADE DEAL LAUDED 

^CuflVE^attT°" ^°^^^ ™ "^ *''^ '^^^^^^^ ^^'^'^ 
TELECOM-NIPPON DEAL A GLI?«ER OF HOPE 
TORA, TORA, TARIFF! (CARTOON) 

NITA HALLMARK SfCP 

THIEi^S GET GENERATOR, COWRESSOR 

NITROGEN OXIDE 

SCIEi^TISTS STUDY EFFECTS OF ACID AEROSOLS 

NITTY a^ITTY DIRT BAND 

MCEUEW-LESS, DIRT BAND STIU HOLDING ON 

NO EXCUSES JEANS 

SEE ALSO BLUE JEANS 

S IE lg ra iH 'Ihi'lf''' "^ ^°« '^° ^°^^S' JEANS 

NO-FALILT INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO AUTO LIABILITY INSIFANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
LEGISLATIVE HEALTH ISSUES ARE OUTLL'CD 

NO WAY OUT (FILM) 

'NO WAY OUT' A CONVINCING THRILLER WITH A TWIST 

NOBEL FtACE PRIZE 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS TO GET FIRST KROC RESEARCH AWARD 
NOBEL'S 1937 CHOICE UNDERLINES 1973 SNUB 



S 
N E E 
P D — DATE — C 



S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 

s 

H 



4/15/19S7 C 
4/16/1987 D 
4/17/1987 A 
4/23/1987 C 
4/23/1987 D 
8/13/1987 A 
8/13/1987 
3/15/1987 
8/19/1987 
3/20/1987 
8/25/1987 
12/29/1987 



PAGE1333 
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I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 



P P M66 
P P 

N 

N 
P N 
M N S92 

N U82 
T T C50 

N U82 

E 

N W82 

E 



6/18/1987 D 8 P P 



S 2 2/19/1987 D 5 P N B71 
H 2 10/30/1987 D 3 P R G68 
S 2 12/29/1987 A 1 P N W82 



7/23/1987 D 
7/31/1987 A 
3/04/1987 A 
8/06/1987 D 
8/07/1987 D 



2 11/22/1987 D 
2 11/22/1937 D 



2 9/03/1987 A 
2 12/23/1987 C 



4/08/1987 A 
4/09/1987 D 
4/09/1987 C 
4/11/1987 A 
4/23/1987 A 



1 P 
20 



16 



F B71 

N 

6 P U H45 
9 R B71 

R W66 



1 P F N36 
1 P F N36 



4 E 

5 N Ii80 



1 N W82 

6 P N M97 

7 P p T37 
4 E 

4 T T C50 



S 2 7/07/1987 A 9 N 
H 2 10/20/1987 C 1 N M97 
H 2 10/16/1987 D 10 P F 



H 2 8/09/1987 B 6 N 
S 2 3/10/1987 A 6 P N 



H 2 2/18/1987 A 11 N 
H 2 9/04/1987 D 10 R S66 



H 2 3/08/1987 C 8 P N D30 
S 2 10/14/1987 A 4 E 



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1/01/1937 - 12/31/1 J« I 



FA6E1334 
1/21/33 

S I T 

E L Y 

-DftTE — C -F^G L P BYL 



F'EACE PLAN, P-EACE PRIZE, PEACE (CARTOSO 
PRAYERS FDR PEACE 

NOKL FIJIZES (GEhCRAL HEADING) __ 
NOISE FOlUTIffiJ _^^^^, 

K^T S^!^ S-^Se^tq .inihize noise 

^^^^^Ai^ Wf^f^ EASTER. H.C. CITIZDS 
&^iSr^ ^sm HAY ^ ADOPT NOISE a^IUNANCE 
^^^^TlSfS ^I^ELAU lOIEB TO 'BUSNCUT' PARH 
sSt W€^4^!l ^^ r^FTOFI^SALS ON NOISE LAU 
CITY ABSORBS WJUSING lEFAFlTHENT 
l«ISE RaES CHANGE MLLET 

FT fffllSF a.CGT(* R[aj-AF'£A F-ESIItwTS ^^^^^.^ ^„ ,.,, , cw^DTHiraj 
^I-^t^Ti OfilUf^fCE RUFP.E3 MAN'S FWTHEjS IN HILLSr^i^SH 
^ PTOclli& AT F.XU INTE;-€0 TO RHjUCE fiOISE 
NEIGHBORS FTOTtST fl-Af^T'S i^iS. &Jb, 
m.WTY GOES TO COJRT TO riUZZLE BAFjvUjG ICGS 
HILLSBC-ftCl'G" «ftN OFieFH! TO QUIET DCXiS 

l^ff#K'^^TrF|??V'|iED''^ir:f STEPS TAKEH TO CUT Ca^INTS 
^Si;^S »( CC^TRIX NOISE, ^TGgLCLjp 
NAVY XrS H<AW LOT OF VERBAL FIi* AT fCARIrtG 
^ISE I^lmAfiT IN FtA'#<ING, RDU PAfCL TCUi 
RIU ffl^-CUTH POSES NOISE CONCERNS 

S'^'i^r^'nl^l^^^^S FIRE SIRS. TOO LOUD^ 
Bkn ^^^^^^^ SItSt 
[KnK^^'b^^AT l^irO^^R ^ LC»K AHEAD 
fStrSjGROUTH REWITES FtAf«€R-S 

uflTccc ocr (PLAY) 

^^ OFF ' EAF-J« a'ATION UITH NC^STOP LAUGHS 
NON-PRESCRIPTION DRU3S 

M. OVER-PrC-COUNTER CRUGo 

"^S^^ CIVIL DISOBEI:IDCE 
SEE ALSO IGiCNSTRATIC;<3 

^^'f¥^15E3 FtACEFUL DEFD.'SE CfTICNS 

'^^fE^'IcS'^LL^ CONCERT SERIES 
;«REFI?€P«?INE ...^ 



H 2 10/16/1987 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 10/23/1987 A 4 L 

S 2 10/22/1987 A 1 P N B85 

H 2 10/23/1937 B 11 N 

S 2 10/23/1987 C 1 N 5^ 

H 2 lO/S/1987 C 9 N B80 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

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S 

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S 

H 

H 

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3 1/07/1987 B 
3 1/20/1987 C 

2 1/21/1987 B 

3 2/10/1987 C 

2 2/'28/1987 C 

1 3/03/1987 C 

3 3/10/1987 B 

2 3/25/1987 A 

3 4/14/1987 C 
3 4/30/1987 B 
2 7/05/1987 C 
2 7/15/1987 A 
2 8/05/1987 C 
2 3/05/1987 A 
2 8/07/1987 B 

2 8/07/1987 A 

1 3/19/1987 C 

3 3/19/1987 C 

2 8/22/1987 B 

3 3/22/1987 C 
1 3/23/1987 B 

1 9/12/1987 C 

2 11/05/198? A 
2 11/06/1987 C 
2 11/06/1987 A 

2 11/18/1987 A 

3 11/19/1987 B 
3 11/20/1987 B 
2 11/20/1987 A 

1 11/21/1987 C 

2 12/'04/1987 C 
2 12/04/1987 C 



10./30/1987 C 15 P I 
11/05/1987 D 4 R 'J63 
11/06/1987 D 8 R PIO 





N 030 




N K65 




H 1197 




N B81 




N 




N 




N B81 




N L90 




N tSl 




N iJ27 




N 080 




E 


12 


N H97 




N !^ 




N W'27 




N 




N 




N 1380 




N iJSO 




N y27 




N 




P N S80 




N 




N ;i97 




N U82 




H N H70 




N BIO 




N K65 




E 




N 


8 


N R-80 


1 


N y82 



^«RFOL\, VIR-GINIA 

^■0^ S^'lNTERVIE^ FOR FLORIDA. 



VIRGINIA JOBS 



S 2 1/29/1987 A 1 N B85 



S 2 1/20/1987 A 1 N B85 
H 2 1/21/1987 C 2 N D80 



2 1/23/1987 A 1 P N H70 I 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12A31/1?37 



SUBJECT 



PA6E1335 
1/21/38 



VIRGINIA'S TIDEWATER GOOD VACATION BET 

NORFOU' AND WESTERN RAILWAY CO. 

RAILROAD'S REQUEST ON AGENT OK'D 

NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILWAY 

^ffi1hu^f^lN^^T^°?§l? Si °' "™^ '''''''^'■ 

MARTIN WATCHING PIEDMONT BIDDING 
PIEDMONT WAITS FOR tIER'GER' SUITOR 

SURVEYING THE^IAGE^^"^^^^^^"^ ^°^ "^^^ "^^°'^^ EXPANSION 
TRAIN HITS, KILLS WOMAN l-JCaiNG ON RAILROAD TRACKS 

NORFOLK STATE UNIV. SF€RTS, BASKETBALL 
EAGLES OFF TO FAST START 
NCCU TOPS WRFOLK STATE 
CHALK UP WIN FOR EAa£S AND 'PUPIL' 

NORFOLK STATE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

HAYES KEEPING U-S STATE IN SPOTLIGHT 

VA. UNION, W-S STATE FAVORED TO RtFEAT 

EAGLES F'REPARE FOR ANOTHER BIG GAME 

NORFO-K, NCCU IN SPOTLIGHT 

E^f I'l^EfiSE TAKES STAfJD AGAINST SPARTANS 

EAGLES DISCOVER ^£W WAY TO WIN 

NORLINA, N.C. 

NORLINA'S POLICE CHIEF DISMISSEB 

NORLINA, N.C, ELECTIONS 

TWO ^EN FILE FOR MAYOR IN NORLINA 
TWO CHALLENGING NORLINA MAYOR 
NORLINA MAYOR HAS TWO CHALLENGERS 
CHALLENGER DEFEATS NORLINA MAYOR 

NORLINA, N.C, MAYOR'S OFFICE 

NORLINA MAYOR HAS TWO CHALLENGERS 
CHALLEMSR DEFEATS NORIINA MAYOR 

NORfWN BLIKK REALTORS 

LENDERS BRACE FOR HOME-EQUITY CREDIT-LINE RUSH 
c!ft W^Jl ^^^^"^ CONSIIERING MERCER PROPOSALS 
SALE OF DURHAM HOMES DROPS IN NOVEMBER 
LARGEST CHAPEL HILL REALTY COMPANY SOUi 
If^l J°, ^^Wr. JNGl'EIiIENT IN GLAXO PRODUCT 
MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICES MIGHT MERGE NEXT YEAR 

NORMAN CONQUESTS (PLAY) 
Tf£ PLAY'S THE THING 
ENSEMBLE PLAYERS' TRILOGY TICKLES FUNNYBONE 

NORMAN LUBOFF CHOIR 

LUBCFF CHOIR FIAVS HOSPICE BENEFIT 

BENEFIT CONCERT BY LUBOFF CHOIR SET FOR TONIGHT 

BENEFIT CONCERT BY LUBOFF CHOIR 

NORPLANT (CONTRACEPTIVE) 
SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTRa 
SEE ALSO CAF'RWOR (CONTRACEPTIVE) 
RTI CONTINUES WORK ON BIRTH-CONTROL IMPLANT 

NORTEK INC 

N^Ta< a^ALLEN6ES N.C. ANTI-TAKEOVER LAWS 

TIC BonoM lone: ladd's smi at taktover looks good... 

NORTH AMERICAN AIR DEFENSE COMMAND 

'WAR GAMES' NO SCRIPT FOR NORAD CREWS 



S I T 

SI E LY 

P D — IiATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 6/21/1987 D 10 P F C19 
H 1 11/11/1987 C 1 N 



H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 



1 1/28/1987 A 

2 2/18/1937 B 
2 2/19/1987 D 

2 2/20/1987 C 

3 2/20/1987 B 
2 2/21/1987 A 
2 2/22/1987 C 

1 11/11/1987 C 

2 12/08/1987 C 



N 
N 
N 
N 

P N 
N 
N 

P P 
N 



2 11/30/1987 D 4 P N F'52 
2 12/02/'1987 D 1 P N C68 
2 12/04/1987 C 1 P N C68 



8/28/1987 D 
9/01/1987 D 
9/16/1987 D 
9/19/1987 D 
9/20/1987 B 
9/21/1987 D 



9 P N F'52 
14 C N 

4 P N F'52 
1 P N C68 
1 P N C63 

5 P N F52 



H 1 4/1S/1987 C 1 N 



H 1 8/01/1987 C 1 N 

H 1 .8/08/1987 C 2 N 

H 1 10/31/1987 C 1 N 

H 1 11/05/1987 B 4 N 



H 1 10/31/1987 C 1 N 
H 1 11/05/1987 B 4 N 



: 1/18/1987 F 
: 12/13/1987 B 
12/20/1987 F 
12/22/1987 C 
12/26/1987 A 
12/27/1987 F 



1 N 
6 N 
1 N 
5 N L41 
8 N U82 
1 D N 



7/23/1987 D 1 P F B71 
7/29/1987 A 14 R U66 



2 11/12/1987 B 1 N K65 
2 11/28/1987 B 5 N 080 
2 11/30/1987 A 13 P P T32 



S 2 11/03/1987 C 1 N y82 



H 2 10/01/1987 D 5 N 
H 2 10/14/1987 A 12 P N 



8/28/1987 C 1 N H09 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1V87 



INDEX BY 
- 12/'31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



GENERAL PREBICTS SHARED SPACE STATION WITH SOVIETS 
'°''™bS^ MOBILE^HChES BETTER AT REPAYING LOANS 

NORTH ANC SOUTH AliATElfl? GOLF TOL-RNAMENT (HEN'S) 

^^Ur^^UINS in NJ.S GOLF; BRADLEY OUT 
FLASHING FAMILIAR FORM, R-QGERS LEADS COLONIAL 
ANDRADE MAKES ittS SEMIFINflS 
ANIiRADE IN NJ,S FINAL AGAIN 
GOETTLICHER EARNS NORTK-SOUTH WIN 

NORTH AND SOUTH AMATEUR GOLF TOtj'RNAMENT (UOMEN'S) 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
SEE ALSO UOMEN, SPORTS 

SMITH LEADS N-S GUALIFYI^)G 

MIAMI TAKES NCAA GOLF LEAD 

^^^cSffi^B^^'^lTf ffi^NATO NETWORK 

'•'•'TKnCIAlfACCOUNT UAYS CASPER BENEFITED CARRBORO 

N.C., AIR SPACE 

SEE ALSO AIRLINES ■ 
SEE ALSO AIRFflRTS, N.C. 

^CA^^TiET^'i^llKiHT LIMITS CHANGE 

''•'^skTsO^fENE^^TGirDl ^ 

^^^ i^^li^LOCALTARDpNOT EVENLY REPRESENTATIVE 
LET'S STRIVE FOR THE BEST ^^^^ 
N.C. CONFIRMATION PROCESS DEBATED 

PANEL MORSES CLEAMJP OF ABANDONED IWS ^^^^ ucAOTxjr.; 
R^UATKINS OFFERS TO AMEND HIS BILL ON STATE HEARI^^GS 

SllZED'ENViraNMENT'DEPT, PROPOSED 
REORGANIZATION OF PROGRAMS MAY CREATE NEW PROBLEMS 

"^•'^sfeTsO^N^cf CLEAN WATER BONDS ACT 
Ie AL^ SCHOOLS, N.C, BOND ISSUE 

STUDY PANa: ISSUE BONDS FOR 4-LA^fE ROAIi f4ETU0RK 

N.C, BOOKS 

SEE BCa<S, N.C. 

N.C, BUDGET 

1 '^ S:E:'a'd^^^0^'bUDGET COMMISpON 
2fE ALSO N C GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BUDGET 
si ^Sa N C GENERAL ASSEMBLY, TR'AVEL EXPENSES 
^ ALM N C. OFFICE OF BUDGET AND MANAGEMENT 
SEE A.SO N.C. STATE AUDITORS OFFICE 

^^ITINgSct^IN public EYE NOT SO DIFFERENT? 
PROP^ N .C BUDGETS EXCLUDE SUF'EROTPUTER 
aMRTTIOUS SET OF PARK RILLS IS F-ROPOSED 
SOME BUKETF-RBF'OSALS PRAISED, OTHERS QUESTIONED 



D — DATE- 



PAGE1336 
1/21/88 

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



2 8/10/1987 C 1 U H49 



H 2 5/24/1987 F 1 N 

H 2 7/17/1987 B 3 N 
H 2 7/30/1987 A 19 N 



2 5/14/1987 D 

2 5/15/1987 C 

2 5/16/1987 D 

2 5/17/1987 B 

2 5/18/1987 B 



4 


N 


3 


N 


3 


N 


B 


N 




N 



S 2 5/25/1987 D 6 N 

H 2 5/30/1987 D 3 N 

H 2 9/18/1987 A 12 N 

H 3 9/30/1987 C 1 F N K65 

S 2 4/02/1987 A 5 N 



i 



s 

H 
H 
S 
S 
S 



3/07/1987 A 
3/11/1987 A 
3/31/1987 A 
4/03/1987 A 
6/17/1987 D 
8/22/1987 A 
10/26/1987 A 
10/27/1987 A 



1 

4 

10 

14 

5 
12 



B85 



R53 
R53 



2 6/11/1987 C 8 
2 7/26/1987 B 5 
2 11/07/1987 C 1 



N L40 
U L41 
N L40 



1/16/1987 A 
1/17/1987 A 
1/26/1987 A 
1/29/1987 C 



12 
1 
6 



J fS3 
N 046 
N 
N 



_i 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



SUBJECTS 



MARTIN BUCGET AXIS SCHOOLS 

HIGHLIGHTS OF STATE BUDGET 

(WTIN nujCATION PROGRAM (Trs MIXED TRIWJGLE REACTION 

ffENTAL HEALTH OFFICIALS: MARTIN BUICET FALLS FAR SHORT,.. 

MARTIN LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN TO GET SUFTORT FOR RU^ET 

JIM it^TIN! FROM MOUSE EARS TO MORTARBOARD (CARTOON) 

LEGISLATI'^ FUNDIhJG TEETERS FOR STATE PAR'KS 

M(«TIN SNIFFS A WINDFALL, TAX SLAShES 

PANEL KaiNES TO ENDORSE GOVERNOR'S BUDGET 

MARTIN'S BUDGET PLAN REAb-QNABLE 

BUDGET, PRISONS TOP PRIORITr FOR ASSEMBLY 

BUDGET WRITERS FACE CHALLENGING TASK 

N.C. LAW1AKERS PREPARE TO TACKLE UNFAMILIAR BUK3ET 

SiyFTS9^S„^?y^5'l.?PS TESTS FOR ,MAR-R1AGE LICQ^SE 

MARTIN! BUDGET AHACKS JUST 'Fl^ AND GAMES' 

3Jy-^nSf?F"^^^ TO CHANGE FINANCE COMMITTEE'S R'O.E 

SEN. ROYALL COMPLAINS ABOUT BUDGET FIGURES 

MARTIN SAYS PAY RAISE DOESN'T INCLUDE INSURANCE MO^EY 

LEGISLATUR-E STILL ADDING SPECIAL PRWISIONS 

study: SPECIAL PROVISIONS STILL IN BUDGET BILLS 

TAX WINDFALL PLACED AROUND $25 MILLION 

JORDAN UNVEILS CAPITAL FINANCE PLAN 

STATE SEEl-^S LOCATION OF $3.3 MILLION 

TAX FIGURES CAST SHADOW ON BUDGET FIANS 

'SILENCE DEAFENING' ON STATE SPENDING 

^%S^ Ifl-t^S STATE EMPLOYEES THAT BUDC€T APPEARS TIGHT 

MARTIN SAYS HE MAY ASK FOR MAJOR TAX CUT 

PANEL ASHEES TO KNOCK PROVISIONS OFF BUDGET 

^.^TpSy^Ii^? "^^ SHARE $3.7 MILLION IN ROAD MONEY 

BUILDINGS IN REVISED BUDGET 

N.C. 50TH IN STATE PARK FUNDING 

E$ff'-„!$,^,14rS RFEFOJWJM ON REFIACING PROPERTY TAX 

BILL WOULD SET UP NEW GUARD FOR' STATE BUDGET 

K^i^'^A.^^'^''^^ COMMISSION HAS BEEN OF NO VALUE TO HIM 

PANa BEGINS PARIfffi MARTIN BUDGET PLAN 

i}]?il'cSi^^K^L^''BE°^s^,^ ^™ ™^^^ 

S.^s't'i SSTbSE^' c'u"?s' ^'^'^'^ ^ ^O^TS 
MARTIN DEFENDS STAND TO END STATE FUNDING FOR ABORTIONS 
^^ ^.J'SS'ri^EO^SION UNLIKELY, LAWMAKERS SAY 

S^KSo^'^isT^^^ '"'"^ '' ^^'^^ "^ ^^^^™^s 

COmiTTEE BACKS TAX CREDITS FOR JOBS 

N.C. SCHOa CONSTRUCTION PLAN VOTE SET 

CHAIRMEN TCLD TO PARE BUDGETS 

LEGISLATORS SCALING DOWN NEW PROGRAMS 

REVISED BILL WOULD COVER MURICR TRIAL IN DURHAM 

'ajPERSUB' HAMMERS ON ROUGH PLANKS OF BUDGET 

GOV. MARTIN RAPS TACTICS OF 'SUPERSUB' 

BILL INTENDED TO LIMIT CITIES' FUNDING OF STATE HIGHWAYS STALLS IN 

MARTIN HOLDS BACK CRITICISM OF SECRETIVE SUPERSUB 

'SUPERSUB' TO CONTINUE BUICET CUTS ^"'^'^^^" 

'SUPERSUB' ACTIVITIES INSULT TO TAXPAYERS 

u'^^L^'y^f.^'^^'l^J.^^T ^^^^^^ DEMOCRAT SUFER'SUB MEETUJ6S 

^A^A^^^yPE'^'S^' GUARDS NUMBER'S CAREFULLY 

^SS/J^S 'SUPER SUB' STILL HIDING FROM PUBLIC 

D.^I^^S^ ..'if^Jif'^'S ™'T WANT REPORTERS AT r£ETING 

PANELS OK BUDGET 'SPECIAL PROVISIONS' 

SlfERSUB 'VICTORY' TURNS OUT HOLLOW 

MARTIN ENDORSES 5X PAY INCREASE FOR STATE WORKERS 

SUPERSUB MEETINGS REMAIN SECRET 

IWRTIN PRAISES SUF'ER'SUB F'R'OGRESS 

'^%i P6JE FIDGET LEADER'S CONTINUING WORK OVER WEEKEND 

BUDGET a.ATES $500,000 FOR RAMSEY'S TURF 

b^'^ir4Sfy!I^TFi,^£°?""^S WITH CHANGES IN U.S. TAX CODE 

KE^^lf^^l^G^KNlEI^ Kf ™^^^ ™ ^" ''''"''' 

STATE BUDGET MOVING RAPIDLY 

LAWMAKERS OK $6.5 MILLION FOR 100 JOBS 



N 

P 

H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 

n 
O 

s 

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

H- 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
C-OMM. H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 



PAGE1337 
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-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



; 1/29/1987 
: 1/29/1987 
1/30/1987 
1/30/1987 
1/30/1987 
1/31/1987 
2/03/1987 
2/04/1987 
2/07/1987 
2/08/1987 
2/09/1987 A 
2/10/1987 A 
2/16/1987 B 
2/19/1987 A 
2/20/1987 B 
2/23/1987 B 
2/26/1987 A 
2/27/1987 
3/02/1987 
3/02/1987 
3/04/1987 
3/31/1987 
4/20/1987 ., 
4/22/1987 B 
4/27/1987 C 
4/29/1987 A 
5/08/1987 A 
5/14/1987 A 
5/14/1987 A 
5/16/1987 C 
5/24/1987 C 
5/27/1987 B 
5/28/1987 B 
5/29/1987 A 
5/30/1987 A 
6/01/1987 C 
6/01/1987 A 
6/03/1987 B 
6/04/1987 C 
6/05/1987 A 
6/08/1987 B 
6/10/1987 B 
6/26/1987 A 
7/01/1987 B 
7/03/1987 A 
7/10/1987 A 
7/13/1987 B 
7/15/1987 B 
7/16/1987 D 
7/17/1987 A 
7/17/1987 A 
7/17/1987 A 
7/18/1987 B 
7/18/1987 A 
7/20/1987 C 
7/20/1987 A 
7/21/1987 A 
7/22/1987 A 
7/23/1987 C 
7/23/1987 A 
7/24/1987 A 
7/24/1987 A 
7/24/1987 A 
7/25/1987 A 
7/25/1987 C 
7/27/1987 B 
7/28/1987 A 
7/29/1987 A 
7/29/1987 C 
7/30/1987 B 



1 


P N 046 


10 


N 


1 


N S92 


14 


N 


16 P N 


4 


T T C50 


11 


J R53 


1 


N 


14 P N 


5 


J 


1 


N 


7 


J R53 


1 


N 


13 


N 


4 


N 


7 P J 


13 


N 046 


9 


N 


1 


N 


4 


N 


8 P N 


5 


N 


1 


N 


3 


N 046 


1 


N 


13 


N 


18 P N 


15 


N 


20 


N 


3 


N 046 


6 


N 





N 


2 P N 046 


17 P N 046 


11 


N 


2 


N 


4 


E 


2 


N 


7 


N 


15 


N 


1 


N 


c- 

■J 


N 


16 


N 


8 


N 


1 


N L40 


15 


N 


6 


N 


3 


N 


11 


N L40 


12 P N 


12 


N 


7 


N 


4 


N 


4 


E 


1 


N 


5 P N 


4 


E 


11 


J R'SS 


13 


N 


4 


E 


21 P N 


5 


J R53 


6 


N 


12 


N 


4 


N 


2 


N 


10 


N 


15 


N 


8 


N 


3 


N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



A N N U A L 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1937 



S U B J E 



S^i;S^^15^?yS^i^iNrF^rO^S B^LESS SESSION... 

hrSlM%%''^lTX'f^sf'St COMPROMISE BUI.ET 
^ S S^V-G^Sif iSlESPAY RAISE 
^^\^^ ^^rilfJll^m.^ BILL 
^bK? IJirilS^mSlo^B^'RU. .JFtRCOMFliTER 

P^ KclfB^HEAll'^GISLATURE'S »83 HILLION SPENI.ING 
LEGISLATORS DIP INTO THE TOR'^.gARRa 
^^lyiifli^'^^'TK'lisrM KtALL LEGISLATURE'S GOOD-BYES 

^ENE^^'AsSY^lfl^F0™pENIN6 STATE EUBGET Fl^iXESS 

^ IS WW LEGISLATUF£ DID Db'RIfIG 1987 SESSION 

AUTO INSURANCE BILL WINS tffRWAL 

™ TRlS«LE S^OUPS R£C£I<.€ AUDITIONAL PMS 

EfficATlKpraUEHENTS EXPECTED OF N.C.BUD^ 

SSa IN STATE '<£LFARE LAWS FOSTEFS WORK, F1<0TECTS FWilLY 

C^ UR-cb IN SELECTING PARK WORKERS 

I^^^'l^SS S.^I-'^S'cr^ FUNDS TO CA«^SES 

N.C. AUDITOR SAYS BUDGET F-ROCESS NEEIS ADJUSTING 
rfARTIN CRITICIZES REFORtIS . ^, 

M^TIN RIF3 RelT13W'S BUDGET REFCRH PLAN 
nVc. BU-BGET PROCESS HARDER THAN^NECESSAR:Y 

ffiA^'N!c^"a™AN^ ^o^U^^i TO GOP COMPUTERS 

^^rS STAFF RE^ESTSACCESS TO AGENCIES' DATA 

NT HIGHUAY PLAN COHF'ILED IN SEDRET 

STATE COJLDLO^Wl MILLION UNDER GRAMM-RUDMAN 

N.C, BUDGET CUTS 

'DON'T CHAN'GE DEAF SCHOOLS 
SCIDCE PliSEUMS .'■€ED STATE Fl^ffllf^i 
nTc. NEEDYtEFT IN COLD SEEKIf4G EJ^ER-GY BILL HELP 
rirfs IN SCIENCE iUSEUM FUNI6 UNTIMELY 

PANEL OKS $50 MILLION IN HJDGET CUTS 

™d OJrS WON'T TRIM NUMBER OF DROPOUTS ^^^^^ 

CoSciL OF STATE FmiDING AGBCIES TO AVOID THEHS 

C^SES FOR ELIERLY IN JEOF'ARDY 

aJTIN PR^R^I^ THREATENING FUEL AD IN N.C. 

^IRED TEACHERS WON'T RECEIVE $250 3TIPENI6 

N.C, COMPUTERS 

P. ^i S?cS.J^: COMMISSION 

OT ^^ N r GENERAL ASSEMBLY. CCMF'UTER'S 

"^D^^-NETWOR^TO KlNESSES IN STATE BIDDING 

ffiif 'clemi^^'p SI^E ^ki'^AISE _ 

^Ky pS $13 MILLION TO BUT, RUN |UPER:raMWTER 

iS^ESilE^I^^S^H^TER^^liSl^^^^lNDS 
j'l^'SuDfTi'kYf^cEMPUTOlYSTEM WILL SAVE MOf€Y, 

STrrS^Sr^SlTi^^V^c^ to sop computers 



C T 


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S I 


T 


u 


E ELY 


9 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 8/01/1987 D 4 


N 


H 


2 8/02.'1987 A 1 T N 046 


H 


2 8/C4/1987 A 4 


C 


H 


2 8/05/1987 D 4 P 


N 046 


H 


2 8/05/1987 D 4 


N WS2 


H 


2 8/06/1987 A 1 


N 1346 


H 


2 8/06/1987 A 1 


N 046 


H 


2 8/06/1987 B 1 


N L90 


S 


2 8/06/1987 C 1 


N 


H 


2 8/07/1987 A 14 


N 


H 


2 8/U/1987 A 1 


N 046 


H 


2 8/11/1987 D 4 


N 046 


H 


2 8/12/'1987 D 4 


N 


H 


2 3/ 12.' 1987 C 1 


N 


H 


3 8/13/1987 B 1 


N 


H 


2 8/13/1987 B 1 


N 


H 


2 8/13/1987 A 1 F 


N 046 


s 


2 8/13/1987 A 1 F 


N 


S 


2 8/13/1987 A 5 


J R-53 


H 


2 8/15/1987 A 10 


N 


H 


2 8/15/1987 A 10 


N 


H 


2 8/15/1987 A 10 


N R53 


H 


2 8/16/1987 C 1 


N 


s 


2 8/17/1987 A 5 


J R53 


S 


2 3/18/1987 A 13 


J R53 


H 


2 8/22/1987 A 4 


E 


S 


2 8/27/1987 C 9 


N 


S 


2 3/28/1987 C 1 


N MIO 


H 


2 9/08/1987 B 1 


N 


H 


2 9/25/1987 A 14 


N L40 


s 


2 9/25/1987 A 1 


=■ N 


H 


2 9/26/1987 B 4 P N 


S 


2 9/28/1987 A 4 


E 


s 


2 10/05/1987 C 2 


J R53 


s 


2 10/14/19'37 A 5 


J R53 


S 


2 11/10/1987 C 5 


N 


H 


2 11/11/1987 B 4 


N 


s 


2 11/13/1987 A 6 


J R53 


H 


2 11/22/1987 B 9 


N 


H 


2 1/27/1987 A 4 


L 


H 


2 2/20/1987 A 4 


E 


s 


2 2/21/1987 A 3 


N 


H 


2 2/27/1987 A 4 


L 


S 


2 3/30/1987 C 5 


N 


H 


2 6/03/l'987 B 2 


N 


H 


2 6/04/1987 C 7 


N 


s 


2 7/03/1987 A 4 


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2 9/02/1987 B 5 


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2 9/14/1987 B 1 


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6/23/1987 B 
3/01/ 1937 D 
3/11/1987 D 
3/19/1987 A 
8/26/1987 B 
3/27/1987 A 
10/13/1987 A 
10/22/1987 C 
11/03/1987 C 
11/06/1997 C 
11/10/1987 C 



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9 


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4 


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4 


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11 


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18 


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12 


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9 


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1 


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1 


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5 


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ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1997 - 12/31/1937 



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S'^^^rn^n^loFIL^J^l.^S^'^'^^ES ^"^ ^^ I^ PURCHASING COhPUTERS 

,'i;£\£fi^^^^''S CREATE INFCRMATIWJ 'MISH-MASH' 

HIS ^BJ JOB REMINDED HIM ABOUT SOMETHING HE FORGOT 

N.C., COUNTIES 

SEE COWTIES, N.C. 

N,C., ECONOMY 

SEE ECONOMY, N.C. 

N.C, EMBLEMS 

SEE ALSO SYMBOLS 
Smii BOAT AND MILK r«AU STATE SENATE'S ATTENTIW) 
MCCHITLINS UERt ONLY A VOTE AWAY 
ARE COLLARDS OR SUEET POTATOES THE DISH FOR N-C? 
FRIVOLOUS PROMOTIONS UASTE LEGISLATOR'S> TIME 
TQMFOOLER'Y IN RALEIGH <=i-»i^= 

SWD BOAT WINS BERTH AS STATE'S OFFICIAL VESSEL 
PANEL STUDIES Bia TO PUT RESTRICTIONS ON ADOPTIONS 

N.C, EXPORTS 

SEE ALSO AGRICULTURE, EXPORTS 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FOP£IGN TRADE 

SEE ALSO N.C, FOREIGN TR'ADE 

SEE ALSO N.C, FOREIGN TRADE ZONE 

SEE ALSO N.C, REVENUES 

SEE ALSO TARIFFS 

^ ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY, IMPORTS 

SEE ALSO U.S., EXPORTS 

FUTURE LOCKS GOOD FOR N.C. PRODUCTS ABROAD 

*fkki'iS, ^^^^'^ SHOULD MAKE TAR HEEL PRODUCTS MORE ATTR'ACTIVE OVERSEAS 

?s^iP%"^^k"VGL"i,i^y^^"p^^ ™'^ '' ^^^^^^^^^ 

J|/f^.A^^^ffiA^5^^T^^sgtliraS^ ™^'^ 
RUTHERFORIiTON GETS READY FOR SOVIET GARMEfVT BUYERS 
martin: japan to continue RaYING ON U.S. TOBACCO 
5^^S*^)tS ^Ciri'^^'ES^^' IN SOUTH KOREAN BliSINESSES 
^ITOF^ ^^'t^E KJU^?^^^ '"^ ^°^™ ™^ 
^Wll 9°^* L£A^ IN EXPORT-RELATED JOBS 
?ILJ^;nP;2^.^S.S MUST FIT JAPAN MAR'KET 
FARMERS TOLD FREE TRADE CAN HELP TfCM 

N.C, FIL^91AKING 

SEE ALOT DE LAURENTIIS ENTERTAINMENT GROUP 
^ ALSO DURHAM, N.C, FILM MAKING 
SEE ALSO E. 0. CORP. 
SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO FIUWAKING 

SEE ALSO N.C. OFFICE OF MOTION PICTURE KVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO A SINGING STREAM (DOCUMEfffARY) 
WORLD MOVIE PREMIERE 

I1?^^'-maTfi%s''rW'S'™' ^=^ °^^^^ ^^^'-^"°'^s 

&^°S g!olTJiKJ^^^iPr^ '''''' 

SX^sTSTlM^' '''' ""' ^ANCEYVILLE?. 

^^c^^il^co£|!f!J, PRE.^IE'^'E SET FOR AUGUSTA 

BOB HOPE TV SPECIAL WILL BE FILMED IN N.C, 

SH^ CS!S ^.Mf FORECLOSURE NOTICE AGAINST MOVIEMAKER 

^VfL'^?^' fH^S $1.9 MILLION FROM FILMMAKER' 

FILMS FROM '30S CAPTURE HISTORY OF AREA TOWNS 

DUKE POWER GETS PAYMENT FOR SITE 

TV MINI-SEPIES WILL BE FIU1ED IN N.C 

N.C ART MUSEUM SCHEDULES THREE MCELWEE FILMS IN JULY 



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3 N 


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4/18/1987 A 


1 T N 


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2 


4/24/1987 A 


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5/02/1987 A 


4 E 


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2 


5/10/19S7 D 


4 E 


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2 


6/03/1987 B 


2 N 


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2 


6/13/1987 A 


12 N 



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2 1/02/1987 A 


7 N 


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2 1/04/1987 D 


13 N 


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2 4/10/1987 A 


19 N 


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2 4/11/1987 A 


4 E 


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2 9/22/1987 C 


7 N M97 


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2 9/22/1987 C 


14 N 


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2 10/05/1987 B 


2 N 


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2 10/10/1987 A 


12 N 


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2 10/13/1987 C 


5 P N 


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2 10/14/1987 B 


3 P N 


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1 10/21/1987 B 


1 N L40 


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2 10/26/1987 A 


3 C N 


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2 11/05/1987 A 


1 N W82 


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1/16/1987 
1/30/1937 
2/05/1987 
2/07/1987 
2/13/1987 
2/'21/1987 B 
3/17/1987 C 
4/09/1987 B 
4/11/1987 A 
4/28/1987 B 
5/06/1987 B 
5/06/1987 A 
5/07/1987 A 
5/15/1987 B 
6/24/1987 A 
7/03/1987 A 
7/03/1987 D 



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4 


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4 


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4 


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5 


F L59 


1 


P N S80 


1 


P N MIO 


3 


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2 


N 


7 


N 


21 


N 


1 


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11 


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17 


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1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



TECHNICAL LABOR SOUGHT FOR FILMING OF -WHITE GIRL' 

A FEU MORE ROLES FOR SHERIFF, 'MOUNTAIN MAN 

PINEHURST OUT FOR FILMING OF -CAWiYSHAlK II' 

FILMS ABOUT PARn:yAY 

JOSH LOZOFF FOLLOWS HIS STAR. _ 

5TH sKn MINISERIES COMING IN m. 

gERY YOUt« ACTOR SOiJGHT FOR N.C. MOVIE 

N.C. A TOUGH COMPETITOR 

N.C. MOVIE 

f^S^^^ S°o't be ARTISTS' HAVEN^^^^ ^^ ^ ^ 
CAaJELL MOVIE STUIHO MAY BECOME THE LARGEST IN N.C. 

MOVIE^SlLL BE FILMED IN ROME INSTE.AI1 OF UlbllNGTON STUDIO 
FEATURE MOVIE TO BE FILMED IN WILMINGTON 
FILM GROUP, CREDITORS CONTINUE TALKS 
TW MOVIES TO BE FILi€D AT WILMINGTON 

N.C, FOREIGN TT^ADE 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 

^^aSse'^TEXTILE^COMPANY wants to INVEST IN CAROLINAS 
FAI^ U.STMAY be missing TRADE OPTIO S 
7 SoKsTERN states WOOING JAPAN BUSI^€SS ^,..,.,^„ 
i«*ttn ^AYS N.C. INTERESTED IN SOUTH KOREAN BUSI/JESSES 
^THol^b^'NORsTK IMTORT AC SOUTH KOREA 

MARTIN URGES SISTER-STATE CHINESE TIES 
TRIANGLE PAN^ TO DISCUSS TRADE CENTER 
MARTIN. CHINESE TALK TRADE 
BURLINGTON CO. PLANS SOVIET SALES 

^^AJ^'^ri'Si iis^^s'fo^BACK U.S. COMF'ETITIVENESS 
nIc^INE^ TRAK CONTERENCE PLANNID 
RTP TAU: U.S. GOODS MUST FIT JAPAN MARKET 

ilolD^'S^SsSoS? Ke^'cE^R^COMMENDS mi€ CENTER... 
Ss^Th^.'^°^R^€°^ HELP PHEM 

N.C, FOREIGN WAl€ ZONE 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 

^TAtF CRACKS DOuS'oN DISTRESS SALE ABUSES 
^••^••v^e^f'^SrCALLEB OPPORTUNITY 

N.C, aWERNORS _ ,, ^ 
SEE ALSO GOVERNORS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S MANSION 
SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S PAGES 
Ie AL^ GUBER'NATORIAL CAMPAIGNS 
SEE ALSO aJEEF:fJATORIAL SUCCESSION 

^Ijg S^P^^u^rrE^il'^xEi^JoJ^uccssiON 

THORNBURG WON'T RUN FOR GOVERNOR 
LTT VOTERS DECIDE ON VETO 

^o'^P^TiSi^S^T Nations in Durham 

N.C GOVFRNOR'S PAY E-^CEQS HIS POWERS 
^rKy SEEK DEMOCRATIC NOMINA ION 

^K^SfoN^rLoSgEffl^alxl^OR N.C GOVERNOR 

'•'•'pSN'KD'RAIsf SALARY OF GOVERNOR TO n05,000 
HX. GOVERNOR'S PAY EXCEEIS HIS POWERS 

N.C, HISTORIC HOMES 



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3/04/1937 B 
8/14/1987 B 
9/13/1987 B 
9/21/1987 A 
9/24/1987 D 
9/28/1987 A 
10/27/1987 C 
11/05/1967 A 
11/08/1987 
11/17/1987 
11/24/1987 
11/25/1987 
12/01/1987 
12/10/1987 
12/15/1987 
12/16/1987 



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4 

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1 P 

5 

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N C49 
L 

F B71 
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G 

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N 

N 

N 



4/24/1987 A 

9/30/1987 A 

10/05/1967 C 

10/13/1987 C 

10/14/1987 B 

10/15/1987 A 

10/16/1987 B 

: 10/16/1937 C 

' 10/23/1987 B 

' 10/23/1987 C 



1 P 

3 

5 P 

3 P 

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5 

14 P 
10 



2 10/24/1987 

2 11/03/1987 

2 11/05/1987 

2 11/20/1987 ^ 

2 12/03/1987 B 

2 12/03/1987 A 

2 12/10/1987 



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A 
C 



3 

4 

1 

6 P 
11 

1 
14 P 



N 

N B85 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N R80 

N 

N 

N 

N M97 

N 

N W82 

N 

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N U82 

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1/02/1987 B 3 N 

1/05/1987 A 5 Q 

■2/05/1987 B 10 P N 

2/23/1987 A 4 L 

3/23/1987 A 4 L 

4/01/1987 B 8 N 

3/05/1987 A 4 E 

3/21/1987 A 1 N 

U/16/1987 A 4 E 

12/09/1987 A 6 J 



H 2 3/04/1987 B 7 N 
S 2 3/05/1987 A 4 E 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



SEE HISTORIC HOMES AND BUIUHNGS, N.C. 

N.C., HISTORICAL MARKER'S 
SEE HIGHWAY MARKERS 

N.C, HISTORY 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C. , HISTORY 

SEE ALSO CIVIL WAR HISTORY 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY MARKERS 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC ilAKKERS 

ii ^§S HISTORIC FRtSERVATION FOUNDATION OF N.C, INC 

SEE ALSO N.C, QUADRICENTENNIAL 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

il $MS H' W?2^R^ AND HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

M ^E Sr^l h'Is%^^'* '^'''^''' '''^'''''' 
200 YEAR'S AGO, CONSTITUTION SCORNED 
8TH-GRAICRS TO SQUARE OFF IN N.C HISTOR'Y 

fl^^m'^^'^HJ^ ^^ ^^'^^ "'^S UNDER'CO',e SUaESS 

LEGEND OF TOM DOa.EY ENDURES 

CLEAR'ING Tt€ RECORD 

ra^lSTITUTION SERVES AS MODa OF FLEXIBILITY 

mJE TRIP WILL EXPLORE AStCVILLE 

N.C. STATE CELEBRATES CENTENNIAL 

G?^^§?rSSS '"^ ™ ^^'^ '''''' 

s^IrT^Ia^^^^eS^^^ '' '•'' ^°° ''''''''' '''^ 
A BATTLE ROYAL FDR A REPUBLIC 
MAJORin RILES— SOMaiMES 
LIBRARY OPENS N.C. FOLKLIFE SERIES 

N^^'ZeS'bK R^i^HT^gi^ '° ™^ ''''''-'''''' 

CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENTS WILL BE PRINTED TO AID READERS 

FILMS FROM '30S CAPTURE HISTORY OF AREA TOWNS 

THE FLORA MACDONALD-TAR HEa CONNECTION 

COMPROMISES NECESSARY TO WIN VOTES FOR mNSTITUTTON AMHNR nn FRATTnwc 

^™M?,^?S5^I ^Ir^'^' ™ MARK VIRGINW dK BIRTHDAY^^^^^""*^^ 
'?£•, ^ixyji*^ S HEROICS MAY HAVE BEEN OVER'STATED 
19TH CENTUR'Y FARMSTEADS YIELDING ARTIFACTS 
N.C. MAN FIGURES IN FAMOUS CASE """'""-'^ 

IIV^ SI^EJ; ^•'^' fARMSTEADS ARE UNEARTHED 

ART, HISTORY STITCHED IN QUILTS 

ELECTION WITHOUT EURE WOULDN'T BE THE 'SAfC 

^'^IFP.??:!?I?FI°'^ CEREMONIES BEING FIANNED 

2 CELEBRATIONS MARK VIRGINIA DARE'S BIRTH 

4pOTH AWIVERSARY OF VIRGINIA DARE'S BIRTH TO BE MARKED 

PLAQl£ UNVEILED ON 400TH BIRTHDAY OF VIRGINIA DARE 

l^'PnSr^J^J^^^^^'^'^ '^'^ °^ AMERICAN LIBERTY 
100 CONGRESSES AGO 

VIADUCT MONUMENT TO COMF'ROMISE 

Sc'»Er' rE'^F^^RT^TM^ff ^«^^^ '^""'''''^ '-' 2 YEARS 

STATE HISTORIC SITE TO HAVE COLONIAL FLAVOR 

OLD ,«ASTERS; COLLABORATORS IN CU,Y HAVE NEVER MET 

STATE HISTORIC SITE WILL OPEN TODAY 

NEW PERSF'ECTIVE ON HISTORY OF N.C. WOMEN 

N.C, IMAffi 

SEE ALSO N.C, RANKING 
^151,^,^.^'^ COMPACT GOOD FOR N.C. IMAGE 
nSS^u^?^^!^'^' 'WRIETY GARBAGELAND' 
WHY CHARLIE DANiaS^ 

STIFF PENALTIES NEEDED FOR ROAD CLUHER 
STOP 'TRASHING' ROADWAYS •->-^>'^ 
STATE'S ATTITUDE ON HATE GROUPS HIT 
NEW DUMP BILL WOULD BETTER STATE'S IMAGE 
^^T^f!?rti^STORIC SITES OR EYESORES? 
OFFICEHOLDERS SHOULD CONDEMN N.C BIGOTRY 
'MILD' NORTH CAROLINA DRAWING RETIREES 



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1/12/1987 B 
2/'10/1987 A 
2/16/1987 A 
2/17/1987 B 
! 2/17/1987 A 
: 3/02/1987 A 
; 3/05/1987 C 
: 3/11/1987 B 
: 3/11/1987 B 
3/19/1987 A 
3/20/1987 A 
3/24/1987 A 
3/27/1987 A 
4/17/1987 A 
4/24/1987 D 
5/04/1987 B 
5/06/1987 A 
5/06/1987 A 
5/15/1987 B 
5/21/l'?87 A 
6/03/1987 A 
6/24/1987 A 
7/03/1987 A 
7/07/1987 B 
7/08/1987 A 
7/08/1987 C 
7/10/1987 B 
7/20/1987 A 
3/07/1987 B 
8/14/1987 A 
8/15/1987 B 
3/19/1987 B 
8/20/1987 C 
9/06/1987 D 
9/10/1987 C 
9/18/1987 B 
9/20/1987 D 
10/07/1987 C 
11/01/1987 E 
11/07/1987 D 
11/29/1987 E 



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5/06/1987 
5/06/1987 
5/12/1987 
5/12/1987 
5/15/1987 
5/19/1987 
10/19/1987 
11/02/1987 



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4 L 
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4 N 

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1 P 

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1 P 

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1/01/1987 



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12/11/1987 



BY S U B J 



S°C0LLUO ™ts Aire f^'S REPUTATION 

N C- I^P^5TS 

' ^^S^'SnC^-S UR13E r*ORT ACCESS FROM SOUTH KOREA 

^*''^^SE'1pfi;£nticeship f-rogra«s 

iStc<NSHIPPRCGIV^ I£ADLI« IS JAN. 18 
^••-"i ^^Ito^Lyc; sill IfWXURATELY JEING DESCSIBEIi 

^YLKF-l^cf ra Mv^sif^l^^^ state fms 

^^ ^^Is^fSl^F^ nlS?E TO EXPAND ITS H^ST^B^S 

§WTE APPfWES STATE INVESTffiNT BILL 

S ^^R^^^iE^L^rSpOPTATION ISSUE 

'^''^SEE^ ASSERTIVE LA« FO? NORTH C/*aiNIANS (BOCK) 

1 ^1 ^&'&TICE SYSTEM 

1 ^i ^I.tInT LEGISLATION^ 
P ^M LI&»P^BY-ThE-DJ<INK, N.C. 
^EE PL?D LOAN APPLICATIONS 
=£E ALSO HOTCRCYrj.ES 

1 ^1 1± ii^ii^r, L£Gia^TION 

1 1^ tl: S^F^S^ATc^TiP^CATE OF NEH. U« 

SEE ALSO OUTLAW STATUTE 

M ALSO PUBLIC riF1.**£M€SS 

SEE ALSO SCOFFLAU^ 

^ ia itOY-TRIAL LEGISLATION 
^ 3:^ "SWSET" LEGISLATIOJ 
SS AL^ TAKEOVER DISaOSURE ACT 

COURT umas obscenity law ctat-belt fine 

FEDFIE «AY BLCVlE UP, '^J'f^ J?, ^uth .Up REPEAl 

N C ^ 'AS^iATioNSAYSTCRT REFORM UNNECESSARY 
SEAT-BELT LAW CPFCISED 
KJ^OF^^'iAf-^^ UILL BE SOUGHT 

NX ShSlL A^ISH CF:»ZY SEAT-BELT L^ 

i^TAlll^Tf^BfNG^'s^Lrf^^I^^Sw^ 

?41 ^^T§i^:'y"SJlR f!^ EDUCATION 

^?^zk^TR'^.Y^Al SJ Il^I; in STATE^L^ 
^J^TtiEFBJDS USE -JF r£AH.INES FOR LEGISLATION 

a^ rtAMCf yO^I'ORS WILL FIf€i NEU '^ rlLES ^N RED TftFE 



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2 12/'31/1987 A 


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2 11/28/1987 C 


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2 5/26/1987 A 
2 6/06/1937 B 
2 6/10/1987 B 
2 6/11/1987 A 
2 6/20/1987 D 
2 7/31/1987 A 


5 P N 

14 J R53 

4 N 

5 N 

15 N 
4 P N 

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1/06/1987 B 
1/07/1987 A 
1/08/1987 C 
1/08/1987 C 
1/16/1987 A 
1/29/1987 A 
2/03/1987 B 
2/03/1987 A 
2/'04/1987 
2/07/1987 
2/'C8/1987 
2/10/1987 
3/07/1987 
3/20/1987 
4/05/1987 _ 
4/10/1987 C 
4/23/1987 A 
5/24/1987 
5/29/1987 
6/13/1987 
6/18/1987 
; 6/26/1987 
[ 7/26/1987 
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1/01/1987 



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12/31/1937 



BY SUBJECT 



HANIUCAPPEIi SIGN LAW TO AID SHCF'PEFS 
N.C. nCCTORS MUST ABIDE BY DRUG DISPENSING lAU 
GUARDIA,'fiHIP OF THE ELDERLY! NEW LAW TO TAKE EFFECT 
^I^L^?^ IL'^?^^ f^SH FOR TOUGHER DWI LAWS 
tS!^„™$i! ^^ ^^ l-^S GO INTO EFFECT TODAY 

SUPR'EME COURT AGREES TO HEAR- APFtAL 

^■'^c^yPI, ^^^^ NORTHROP CORP. MUST PAY $31 MILLION 

^^'u^V^'^^^EZISTfMS™ ''^ '"'"^ 
P^CISE MARK NEEDED FOR DIMIAM RECOUNTS 

^°aTcO°SR¥^U^.^DE°^/!rLlS ""'' 
REPEAL HARDISON AMENDMENT 

^ ^\^l cTld-TfWKt^S^s^iS^II^^^'^^' "^"^^™ '''' 

LAU BRINGS IN MORE CHILD-SUPPORT PAYMENTS 

NCCU BOARD MEMBER PRWIBITED FROM SERVING 

DRUNKEN DRIWNG LAU NEEDS FINE TUNING, PANEL SUGGESTS 

SMALL MERCHANTS UAfff 3X COLLECTIOi^J FEE BACK' ^-^""^'^ 

HARSHER DUI PENALTIES WILL SET GOOD EXAMFIE 

ADOPTION RECORIr LAU CONTROVERSIAL 

CRITICS TAKE AIM AT ADOPTIDf^ LAU 

NEU LAUS ON AUTOS MAY SURFI^lISE SOME PEOPLE 

b^ I'^j'^&^^^PfiSk.^y^^^^^^SING CHALLB^i 

NO) LAU PUTS UP OBSTACLE TO EFFORT FOR' BETTER ROADS 

r'^M^ll^.^^h °™£R STATE LAUS TAKE EFFECTFRIDAY 
GAS TAX HIKE AMONG LAUS TO START JAN. 1 

N.C, LEGISLATORS 

^ DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, LEGISLATORS 
SEE N.C (SNERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS 

N.C, LEGISLATORS, U.S. CONGRESS \. 

SEE ALSO CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGNS 
P ^^ FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT (U.S.) 
SEE ALSO U.S. CONGRESS 

™ SAfFORD, DEFICITS BIGGEST ISSUE 

SANFORD SAYS KFICITS BIGGEST U.S. PROBLEM 

I'^F^f^rP^l h'^- ^F'ECT CONFRONTATIONS 

L^AR DEFEATS HEL1S FOR COMMITTEE POST 

CEREMONY FOR THE CAfCR'AS 

ROa CALL 

SA{jFORD SEEKS REAGAN'S REPLY TO BUDGET PLAN 

SIX CONGRESSt-EN MEET WITH MARTIN ON HIGHWAY BILL 

i^^K'JS-^^^.HELMS ON SE^WTE SUPCWMITT^ 

Ksi'oSi^lAiS^fv^fS ''''' 

RCLL CALL 

ROLL CALL 

TRIA^m LEADER'S SET BUDGET PRIORITIES 

ROLL CALL 

ENVIRON^efrAL GRAICS BAD ON N.CLAUMAKERS 

ROLL call: where they STAND "''"^'""^*'^^ 

ROl CALL 

ROLL CALL.' WHERE THEY STAND 

gglSING^INIhUM WAGE DIVIIES N.C CONGRESSMEN 

htmSE PASSES BILL TO CUT TRADE DEFICIT 



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; 8/13/19S7 
! 9/01/r?87 
I 9/21/1987 
I 9/30/1987 
I 10/01/1987 
; 10/01/1987 
: 10/04/1987 . 
: 10/06/1987 B 
; 10/06/1987 B 
10/04/1987 B 
10/13/1987 A 
10/20/1987 
10/20/1987 
10/23/1987 



A 
A 
-^ B 
2 10/23/1987 A 
A 
A 
A 



. 10/26/1987 

I 10/26/1987 

I 10/27/1987 

! 11/02/1987 B 

! U/09/1987 A 

! 11/18/1987 A 

! 11/18/1987 A 

! 11/23/1987 C 

; 11/24/1987 C 

! 11/25/1987 A 

: 11/25/1987 

11/30/1987 

12/01/1987 

12/11/1987 

12.ai/1987 ,, 

12/29/1987 D 

12/29/1987 D 

12/29/1987 C 

12/31/1987 B 

12/31/1987 C 



4 


E 


9 


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7 


N 


3 


N 


15 


N 


22 


N C60 


8 


N 


3 


N 


3 


N 


3 


N 


12 


N 


4 


L 


9 


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12 


N 


1 P N f106 


4 


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4 


E 


1 


N 


7 


N 


4 


E 


4 


L 


9 


N 


3 


N 


6 


N 


1 


N N36 


1 


N L40 


6 


N 


4 


E 


16 


N 


5 


N 


6 


N 


6 


N 


1 


N B31 


4 


N 


6 


N 



1/04/1987 A 

1/05/1987 C 

1/04/1987 B 

1/07/1987 A 

1/07/1987 A 

1/11/1987 A 

1/12/1987 A 

1/13/1987 B 

1/14/1987 C 

1/24/1987 B 

2/01/1987 A 

2/05/1987 B 

2/03/1987 A 

2/12/1987 B 

2/12/1987 A 

2/22/1987 A 

3/15/1987 A 

3/20/1987 A 

3/22.-1987 A 

3/22/1987 C 

3/29/1937 A 

4/05/1987 C 

4/12/1987 A 

4/21/1987 B 

4/26/1987 A 

5/03/1987 A 



1 P 

1 P 
14 

1 

9 P 
13 

1 P 

9 

1 P 

1 
16 

3 
18 
11 

4 
14 
16 

1 P 
13 

4 

13 
11 
14 

1 
14 
16 



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N 

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N 

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1/01/1987 - 12A31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



PAGE1344 
1/21/38 



^gj^Ks 'irS'S'l^'S'TO PAY BILLS, AVOID DEFAULT 
SANFORIi, HELMS FILE FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE FORMS 

^rak-Tp'^tf^FROVES AIDS SCREEN TEST FOR IMMIGRANTS 

HoIe^P^SES BILL REQUIRING UHITE HOUSE FIAN ON G^F 

KBfNEDY GETS HaMS' GOAT 

ROLL CALL 

TOBACCO^ T>€ TIE THAT BINTS STATE'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION 

S^Ke^OfIoP beneficiaries of MONEY from PRO-ISRAEL GROUPS 
HOBE REACTS SPECIAL PRBBE OF ITS MEMBER'S' ETHICS 

J!c:«^Ri'n6rAI^41l£ SMOKH^ BIU 

IW.SS: ^lIsS bill PASSES HGtiSE 302-127 

VwiNTINE GOING TO aiROPE; OjM^KE TRAVELING TO ALASKA 

Dm I rAi 1 

raJGRESSIONAL TRAVEL NOT ALWAYS A JIMET 

Cq1™L AM^CAN PLAN HAS CONTRA AID BACK ON STAGE 

CLEARING Tl€ RECORD 

^S]kE'^feEri^'LL'^fMI?rTEXTILE IMPORTS 
SwIoRD BACKS USAIR DEAL WITH PIEDMONT 
HOJSE APPROVES NEW DEFICIT BILL 

HaJSE"^CffiOSES TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMBJT REGULATION OF AIRLINE ADS 

ROJ. CALL 

pnj I PALL 

CMRESSIO^)AL ACTION URGED TO AID MARKET 

ROa CALL 

ROU CAU 

c-fU 1 CALL 

HOUSE REJECTS EPA DEADLINE DELAY 

R-OLL CALL 

ROLL CALL 

RCH_L CALL 

HUMBUG TO SNOWALL ^NKET 

N.C., LICENSING BOARDS 
SEE LICENSING BOARDS 

N.C., LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS 

'^AR'DISOn'pL^Ns'to'be'cANDIDATE FOR LT. GOVERNOR 
gS RESIGNS TO RUN FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 
FOftHFR STATE SENATOR EYES LT. GOV. RACE 
BTOYHILL RULES OUT CAMPAI&N FOR LT. GOVERNOR 
hSdISON RWtING FOR LT. MVERNOR; 
HARDISON ANNOUNCES FOR LT. GOVERNOR 

^Ss'Ku £ 'rkKy BLOCK his NOMINATION 
C^L WON'T RUN AGAIf^ST JORDAN FOR NOMINATION 
FORtiER L£GISLATOR PREPARING CAMPAIGN 
FOR THE SAKE OF HARMONY 

tlEU&f ISiK^'j^B IS ATTRACT LOT OF HOPEFULS 
RAftrjigS MAY BID FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ^ „„ 
ImiS pCAnNING TOENTER RACE FOR LT. GQV€RNOR 

^^LAToS^LE^O^E^^NlEI'P^iH^^OF GAS 

GARIiNER SAMFIES SUPPORT FOR LIEUTEfWNT GOVERNOR BID 

5Kf vEyKS busy POLITICAL TIME 
STATE'S NO. 2 SPOT A LURE 
BUG BITES GARDNER AGAIN 





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2 5/05/1987 A 4 T T 


H 


2 5/17/1987 C 14 N 


H 


2 5/20/1987 A 16 N 


H 


2 5/24/1987 C 11 N 


H 


2 6/03/1987 A 8 N 


H 


2 6/07/1987 A 16 N 


S 


2 6/12/1987 C 14 N 


H 


2 6/14/1987 A 15 N 


H 


2 6/21/1987 A 14 N 


H 


2 6/22/1987 A 11 N 


H 


2 6/28/1987 A 13 N 


H 


2 6/29/1987 B 7 N 


H 


2 7/05/1987 C 14 N 


H 


2 7/12/1987 A 8 N 


S 


2 7/15/1987 A 11 N 


H 


2 7/20/1987 A 4 E 


H 


2 7/26/1987 A 15 N 


H 


2 8/02/1987 A 12 N 


H 


2 8/08/1987 D 8 P N 


H 


2 3/09/1937 B 8 N 


s 


2 8/10/1987 A 4 E 


H 


2 8/23/1987 A 13 C N 


H 


2 9/05/1987 A 2 N 


H 


2 9/13/1987 A 16 N 


H 


2 9/20/1987 C 14 N 


H 


2 9/26/1987 B 3 P N 


H 


2 9/27/1987 A 6 N 


H 


2 10/04/1987 A 16 N 


H 


2 10/11/1987 C 9 N 


H 


2 10/13/1987 C 16 N 


H 


2 10/25/1987 C 12 N 


H 


1 10/29/1987 B 1 P N 


H 


2 11/01/1987 A 23 N 


H 


2 11/08/1987 B 13 N 


H 


2 11/22/1987 A 16 N 


H 


2 12/06/1987 A 15 D N 


H 


2 12/13/1987 A 14 N 


H 


2 12/20/1987 B 14 D N 


H 


2 12/27/1987 A 6 D N 


H 


2 12/31/1987 A 4 E 






H 


2 


2/15/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


9 


2/24/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


3/04/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


4/19/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/22/1987 B 


3 


N R53 


H 


9 


4/24/1987 A 


12 F 


N 


H 


2 


4/26/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


9 


5/05/1987 A 


5 


J R53 


H 


9 


5/06/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


9 


5/06/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/13/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


9 


5/29/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


9 


8/19/1987 D 


4 


N 


S 


1 


8/19/1987 A 


6 


N 


H 


n 


8/28/1987 A 


18 


N 


H 


9 


9/16/1987 B 


5 


N 


s 


n 


9/25/1987 A 


^j 


J R53 


s 


2 


9/30/1987 A 


J 


J R53 


H 


o 


10/06/1987 A 


13 P N L40 


H 


o 


10/08/1987 B 


1 


P N A54 


s 


n 


10/03/1987 A 


14 


J R53 


S 


2 


10/08/1987 C 


5 


J 


H 


o 


10/09/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


i-t 


10/09/1987 A 


4 


E 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/19S7 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



BY SUBJECTS 



kJin^;.'^$'^°^'"^TE WILL SEEK' TO ABOLISH RUNOFFS 

rOfOCRATS CELEBRATE VANCE-AYCOCK EVENT 

RA^a)'S AGENDA CHANGED TO PORK, BUDGET SECRECY 

fW^l CONSirCRATIONS: CANDIDATES FACE UNtCCIIOi TAR HEaS 

a^S^^^i??cl^'HiS S^iK'arT^'^ ^'^''' '^^'^ ™^ 
^^f^JE^^^J'^E ^^^^'^ ""OR INFANT MORTALITY RATE 

i=^J^liS^rHEu^'-^«F'glG°S^^'^^°^'^ ''' ™ ''' ^>'™ 

REP. CRAWFORD'S CANDIDACY SPEECH BOUfCED OFF SATELLITE 

CRAWFORD WJOUNCES HIS CANDIDACY WITH SPEECH BOUNCED OFF OF SATELLITE 

M^^^S^P ™ '^''™ ''^^' 

CRAWFORD NEEDS NAME RECOGf«TION 

CAMPAIGN AIDE NAMEIi 

GARIifCR TO SEEK GOP NOMINATION FOR LT. GOU. 

BOYD ANNOUNCES FOR LT. GOVER'NOR RACE 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S RACE DRAWS REF^JBLICAN HOPEFULS 

GARDfO SAID GOV. MARTIN DIDN'T ASK HIM TO ENTER RACE 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S R13LE MIGHT CHANGE N 1989 

BOYD BUCKS GOP TO RUN FOR OFFICE 

':'^,!?L':^&!JP^^T GOVERNOR BE STRIPPED OF POWERS'' 

n^L'^^P'S^'^'^^'*^ ™ PUT LOCK ON N.C.'S TOP 2 ELECTIVE OFFICES 

iKfi^iLSELECTS CAMPAIGN MANAGER tLLUiivt UhULtb 

ENVIR0^8ENTAL RECORD GOOD 

STANDOFF ENDS, CANDIDATE HELD FOR )€NTAL TEST 

N.C, LOGOS 

SEE ALSO LOGOS 

SEE ALSO SYMBOLS 

SENATE SAYS CHEERS TO MILK 

/^^ %-h^^^ 20 ON ASSEMBLY'S BACK BURNER 

^oP^?^S:^\^^!s"Jhg P55^"^ ^^^^ ^^^ 

STATE VEGETABLE 'COLLARED' AND SHAG HITS SNAG 

N.C, fWMES OF TOWNS 
SEE ALSO NAMES 
WHAT'S IN A NAME? 

T^ERE♦S HISTORY IN STATE'S QUAINT TOWNS AND INNS 
STUDY TO FOCUS ON FORGOTTEN PLACES IN N.C. 

N.C, NATIVES 

^L^S.s^'J'^'^' N.C, FAMOUS NATIVES 

GAYLC«D THE MANAGER.' PER'RY BUILDING LIMESTONE COLLFRF PCfimAH 

0[£ti^ EMPTIES 30,000 ALUMINUM DRINK CANS A DAY ^^^^"••• 

CHAPa HILL NATIVE WILL BE AR'MY'S TOP ENLISTED MAN 
. NATIVC OF CHAPEL HILL TOP ARMY ENLISTED MAN 

SSSoKH^I^ 9^'= SWORN IN AS SER13EANT MAJOR OF ARMY 

PATTEreON HAS REMAINED TRUE TO 'HAND' THAT FED HIM 

GOLD MEDAL HIGftlGHTS PATTERSON'S CAREER 

BABASHOFF RECALLS aYMPIC GLORY 

CATFISH GETS ULTIMATE CATCH 

MUSEUM DISPLAYS OLYMPIC CONfCCTION 

MRS. DOLE MAY LEAVE CABINET 

MRsf DOLE'S^CHOICe'gOOd''''™'''™ °'"'' ^°'* ^'^''^^ ™IL 

IS^??s'LSI^fNTiNSE'' '^''''' '°^ ™ '^ ' '''''''' «^^E 

RISING STAR TO SHINE AT DIKE 

HOMETOWN HONORS EARL SCRUKS AGAIN 

GUILFORD COUNTY NATIVE IS ACTING TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY 

^■^^,^c''l^!Srf^'^If^ ™ TR'ANSPORTATION POST ^^^^'^^^ 

m'^doX"5o5^ ^'§ ?^ &^^ '''' °™ througS Vs 

HIGH POINT NATIVE MAY GET U.S. TRANSPORTATION FflSITION 
SD^ATE APfraVES tURNLEY FOR TRANSraWION JOB 
NEW TRANSPORTATION CHIEF TIPS HAT TO ELIZABETH DOLE 



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10/10/1987 

10/14/1987 

10/15/1987 

10/16/1987 

10/19/1987 

10/20/1987 ,. 

10/2fl/1987 D 

11/03/1987 B 

11/05/1987 R 

11/05/1987 B 

11/03/1987 B 

11/13/1987 A 

11/18/1987 

11/28/1987 

12/09/1987 

12/10/1987 

12/11/1987 . 

12/12/1987 C 

12/15/1987 A 

12/'16/1987 

12/17/1987 

12/18/1987 

12/23/1987 

12/23/1987 

12/28/1987 



12 


N 


3 


N 


5 


J R53 


1 D N 046 


1 


N 046 


5 


J R53 


5 


J f<53 


10 


N' 


4 F 


■• N 046 


1 F 


■ N 046 


1 F 


• N 046 


4 


N 


4 


L 


5 


J R53 


9 


N 


17 


N 


1 


N 


4 P 


' H 


5 


N 


6 


J 


5 


J R'SS 


5 


J R53 


8 


J R53 


1 


N 


4 


L 


1 


N 



2 4/30/1987 C 8 N 

2 5/18/1987 B 1 N 

2 6/12/1987 A 21 N 

2 6/15/1987 A 4 E 

2 3/06/1987 A 17 N 



H 2 3/15/1987 D 4 E 
H 2 10/04/1987 E 6 N 
H 2 11/28/1987 B 6 N 



H 
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S 
H 
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2 2/22/1987 B 

2 5/14/1987 D 

2 5/2'9/1937 A 

; 7/01/1987 B 

I 7/02/1987 C 

I 7/17/1987 C 

! 7/17/1987 D 

! 7/17/1987 D 

! 7/30/1987 A 

! 8/02/1987 C 

! 9/13/1987 A 

! 9/15/1987 A 

'. 9/17/1987 A 

; 9/20/1987 C 

: 9/21/1987 A 

: 9/24/1987 D 

9/25/1987 D 

10/02/1987 B 

10/09/1987 B 

10/16/1987 D 

10/16/1987 D 

10/18/1987 D 

11/21/1987 B 

11/24/1987 C 

12/01/1987 C 

12/03/1987 B 



9 P P 


5 P U L41 


13 N 


1 P N 


7 N 


1 P N C36 


1 P U D18 


8 P N A76 


4 E 


3 N 


1 P N 


1 P N 


4 E 


12 P N 


12 N 


11 P F D80 


4 N 


11 N 


4 P N 


12 P F W66 


12 P F y66 


1 P F G09 


3 P N 


3 N 


6 P N 


9 P N 



-0.630- 



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ANNUAL I N n EX 
1/01/1987 - 12A51/1937 



BY SUBJECTS 



TSiiNcjflRTATION SECRETARY SAYS CHANC€S MEEHEl! 

iH f#s"o&?CKTo1f.i ilf '#H?^"Tk .^.TH C.^INA 

pSkENATM taking on no. 1 ARIZONA 

'^•'^SEE°^K'^''n.C.. OFFICE PRCFWTY 

L^lKriVm (AND UACANCIES) UP IN TRIANGLE 

N.C., OIL RESERVES __ 

SEE ALSO OIL EXPLORATION 
CAHIES, yiERATIONS USED TO SEEK OIL 

N.C., PER CAPITA IfCOi€ . p " 

SEE INCOf€, PER CAPITA, N.C. 

N.C., FQ<SONAL INCOME 

SEE PERSONAL INCCfC, N.C. 

^•^sk^^^i^I^^'^^ICAN FESTIVAL 

^UAL^^Ti RA^eIkI'cS'fERE-CE SET FOR' ^^,27-28 
^ICA-sioOTH-REJCiEER TViAT''-URAF-S LP IN AUGUST 
R^^l^llLEDON «)OTH BIRTHI^^Y OF VIRGINIA !«-£ 

'^•'^SsSpUSU€SSES, N.C., RWKINGS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, RANKLES 
;SEE also N.C, IMAGE 
^RE^^T:S^CA^ifa^f «^,S 

Kc^r R^^ ^RfsE^F^ST^T^N^C^^^"" 
N r UNEilF-' OYTCNT RATE HOLIS 
STUDY^fs raTH SIDES ON TORT REFORM ^^^^ 
n!c R^ 4?™ IN yORKIR CO^?E^|ATI0N BE^EFITS 
N.C ATTR:ACTS 3,000 RETIRES A YEAR 

Ki SS^^cI^r'cJr^^'^t has made in SCHDOLS 

SCHOOL RAfWNGS ?«0U rtORE WORK IS NEEDED 
■Ka< [fs'^lll ^.& FOR NORTH CAROLINA 

'.± ^mNSMIfoNlIlP"^^^' 
^Nr^sl^D^^ST^^N^'Hci^TaTES FOR ONE-DAY AVERA<^ 



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H 2 12/'04/1987 C 5 N 

H 2 12/05/1987 A 9 N 

H 2 i2/'19/1987 C 1 P N 810 

H 2 12/'24/1987 D 3 N 



S 2 1/17/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 4/26/1937 F 1 P N 



H 2 10/29/1987 C 3 N 



2 3/12/'1987 B 8 N 
2 7/07/1987 B 7 U U66 
2 8/19/1987 B 4 N 



Vthf 'iOB WAS FINE, %'if WAS NC FIACE TO MEET MEN' 
NWTHfAR-OUr/A' nfef IN CASES OF SPOTTED ^a-ER 
Sl^^-EY SHC'^ N.C. KESIDGiTb N-EED EXERCIbE 

^Rf^^^N'^llAC^' s^^^ Mind'otI'college GRAHJATES 

N^^loPS south' IN ^SGfaCtCriSgI>WESTMENT in '86 
uisi'SUTILTTf FIRMS HAVE THINKING TO DO 

l%-^l "^^M^ §f;'^TION BLIT7 starts 

liSfE'?Sc^'^^ R^^I^J^ElEADING' 
N.C. TEACH^PAY HE'Ji BELOW U.S. AVERAGE 
PARKS NEED SOME PORK 

^^S^rii^^ic. TEXTBCCf^S 



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l/02/"1987 B 
l/02y'1987 A 
1/07/1987 B 
1/10/1987 A 
1/14/1987 A 
1/26/1987 A 
2/06/1987 A 
2/10/1987 
2/11/19S7 
2/12.'1987 
2/12/1987 
2/23/1987 
3/02/'198' 
3/27/198' 
4/01/1987 
4/01/1987 
4/07/1987 
4/08/1987 
4/09/1987 
4/0-?/ 1987 
4/13/1987 
4/13/1927 
4/19/1987 
4/22/1987 
4/22/ 193' 
4/24/l'987 
; 5/08/1987 
! 5/10/1987 
' 5/li'1937 A 
> 5/14/1987 D 
' 5/19/1987 A 
5 5/24/1987 C 
' 5/27/1987 A 
' 5/29/1987 A 
2 6/04/1987 A 
2 6/10/1987 A 
2 6/10/1987 A 



A 

A 
A 
A 
C 
A 
A 
A 
B 
B 
A 
A 
A 
B 
C 
C 

c 

A 
B 
A 



N 
N 
N 
N 
E 

6 P F S27 
2 N 

4 E 
20 N 

13 N 

5 N 

7 N 

11 N C60 
15 C N 

15 N 

16 N 
10 C N 

14 U 



4 E 

5 N 
14 N 

9 N 

4 E 

9 C N 

9 N 

6 N 

1 C N S92 

13 N 

4 E 

4 L 

16 N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1937 



SUB 



CARaifWS SiL'S IN 'GOOD HEALTH' 

N.C. STILL TOPS FOR NEW PLANT LOCATIONS 

103-yEAR-OLIiS CITEIi AS WCiRLIi'S OLXtST TWINS 

R'^T^^gljI'^A^C^^^^ ^fl^'^ '' ^^^ '^''''^ ™ '^^ I^^USTR^Y 
MOST N.C. JUPGES APFfllNTEIi 

SSi g^?ErRlcc'^1!E'^L'l5?N°g \i3 °' '' '''"' '' ^™ ''''''' 
ELECTION WITHOUT EURE WOUUiN'T BE THE SAME 
N.C. ON LIST OF STATES TO KEEP TAX WIffflFALL 
BEST FIACE IN AMERICA.' SURVEY FINDS N.C. LACKING 

^K°L'g^^LAC^^?0"?l'^'^^TE™3jR^'^^^^^^ '" '^ '' ^°™ '' 
RESEARCH SOLIDIFIES PLIGHT OF DISPLACED HOMEMAKER 

i^A^ilYS^gKK;Ak'V^viR^1l^?E^^ ^™ ^^^^"^'^ 

15 STATES REPORT DEaifE IN HOME SALES 

N.C. TRAILS COUNTRY IN MALF'RACTICE CLAIMS 

CP«,L RANKS 23Rri IN Ri^TE OF CUSTOMER'S' BILL INCREASES 

CPM RATES UP 263% IN PERIOD OF STUDY ^^'''^^SES 

ECONOMIC GAPS WIDENING BETWEEN U.S. REGIONS 

j^jASjWfS AGAIN POCK-ETED BIGGEST PAYCHECKS IN '86 

WAY ^ LIFE MAY BE BIG FACTOR IN SELECTING SUF'ERCOLLIDER SITE 

ONSLOUCOUNTY LEADS STATE IN GETTING FEDERAL FUNDS 

NEW BOOK RATES TOP RETIREMENT SPOTS 

W N.C. RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES RATED 

THERE'S A GOOD SIDE TO LEGISLATURE, TOO 

UNC CENTER FINDS FEWER BUCKLING UP 

yOTER POLL FINDS SOUTH TIRING OF REAGAN 

^^!i^^f "^^ '' '''''^' '''■' 
QUIT MAKING EXCUSES FOR LOU TEST SCORES 
MALE4^MALE RATIO STATISTICS LISTED STATE-BY-STATE 
STATE RANKS LAST IN PARK FUNDING 

cwa hill: living in blue heaven costs a lot of green 
fmoim. interests hurting park system 

NEW ENOAND STATES E^UOY 46, 5X C^'OWTH IN INCOMES 
EMNOMIC PROSPERITY NO REASON TO GLOAT 
study: COW. LEADS IN EXPORT-RELATED JOBS 
MATH, HISTORY SCORES IN N.C. MATCH AVERAGE 
STATE RANKS 39TH IN EDUCATION SPENDING 
N.C. TOP SEAT-BELT USER 
BLfiCK ELECTED OFFICIALS RISE 

N.C. LEAIS GAIN IN SOUPH OF ELECTED BLACK OFFiriALS 
SEAT-BaT USE DOES MORE THAN JUST WIN AWARDS 
MA6AZIIC SURVEY PICKS N.C. FOR PLANT LOCATIONS 
N.C. MAKES F'ROGRESS IN ELECTION OF BLACKS 
tJ^'lM^ ^1^' HOSPITALS AMONG LEAST EXPENSIVE 
CmLESTEROL TEST RESULTS SURPRISING IN GREENSBORO 
COLD XTOBER BOOSTS HEATING BILLS •^=">-«'^ 
DURHAM DAY-CARt CHANGES 'NOT ENOUGH' 
RTP IN TOP 3 FOR SEMATECH 
NORTH CAROLINA GOBBLERS 

J^S^^^I^K™ '''• '''' 

fS'J^icTBlNK'rf Ko'^'^ ™'' '"^-^^^ '''' 

|£|f c?l IUlPM^c.% P^^ppRr ^"^ ^'^^^ 

N^J^i'^TR^F^ic^^lJi [i?GH™F3S^^gg '''''' ^' 

N.C, REDISTRICTING 

SEE N.C. KNERAL ASSEMBLY, REAPF'ORTIONMENT 

N.C, REVENUES 

SEE ALSO INCOME TAXES, N.C 

SEE ALSO N.C, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO N.C, EXPORTS 

SEE ALSO N.C lOT. OF REVEMJE 



J E 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 6/14/1987 C 


4 N 


S 


2 6/13/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 6/19/1987 A 


15 N 


H 


2 6/19/1987 C 


7 N 


S 


2 6/19/1987 B 


8 N 


S 


2 6/24/1987 A 


1 N B85 


H 


2 7/05/1987 D 


13 M N 


S 


2 7/11/1987 A 


8 M N 


S 


2 7/20/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 7/26/1987 A 


17 C N 


H 


2 7/27/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


1 7/23/1987 B 


1 N 


S 


2 7/28/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 7/10/1987 A 


12 C N 


H 


2 8/01/1987 A 


9 C N 


H 


2 8/05/1987 C 


4 C N 


S 


2 8/13/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 8/16/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 8/20/1987 A 


15 N 


H 


2 8/21/1987 A 


21 N 


H 


2 8/21/1987 A 


10 C N 


H 


2 9/02/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


2 9/03/1987 A 


16 M N 


S 


2 9/07/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


2 9/08/1987 A 


15 N 


H 


2 9/08/1987 A 


15 N 


H 


2 9/09/1937 A 


4 E 


S 


2 9/10/1987 A 


1 N B53 


H 


2 9/12/1987 A 


6 D N 


S 


2 9/14/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


2 9/14/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 9/27/1987 D 


4 E 


H 


2 10/01/1987 A 


11 C N 


S 


2 10/06/1987 A 


6 N 


H 


2 10/08/1987 D 


5 P U L41 


S 


2 10/09/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/16/1987 B 


10 N 


S 


2 10/19/1987 A 


4 E 


3 


2 10/26/1937 A 


3 C N 


H 


2 10/30/1987 B 


12 N 


H 


1 11/04/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 11/09/1987 A 


1 N 


S 


2 11/09/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 11/11/1987 B 


3 N 


S 


2 11/11/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/15/1987 A 


10 N 


S 


2 11/16/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/19/1987 C 


10 N 


H 


2 11/20/1987 C 


5 N 


H 


2 11/21/1987 A 


11 N 


S 


2 11/23/1987 A 


1 N £85 


S 


2 11/24/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


2 11/29/1987 D 


12 C N 


H 


2 12/05/1987 D 


5 N 


H 


2 12/06/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


2 12/14/1937 C 


10 N 


H 


2 12/17/1987 C 


1 U L41 


S 


2 12/21/1987 A 


4 U 


H 


2 12/-22/19S7 A 


11 N 


S 


2 12/29/1987 A 


8 Q 


S 


2 12/30/1987 A 


4 E 



-LX630- 



« N T H t Y / ,H.^S^ 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1937 



SEE ALSO m/mZ COLLECTIONS, N.C. 
^^A^^Y^ILL K'^CGNTr-CNTED UITH G«<BLING 

^rS'TAf ^'l^.li'^f'uSi TO STATE GO.ER^«€NT 

^^.^RfGH^fN mM^M^ LOCATION 

ffi g^I^Y'^IS^'^ilNJC^ l^^^ ^^^ 
W aiNff A'i F'UCED AROUfJI, $25 MlLION 

^^l^imU§ i%T^PLA^^ 
MfiRTIN SAYS (€ MAY ASK FOR ^'A>ro;TAX 'JST 

ifsTool^o^^ESTrYAxliFis Ft^IR£ 

^ iis^^lifS^^BfrSElTE CO.^I^.S ... 

SlN^llLWrSTATE'^ I^Ci^ASES T^^E EFFECT JU.Y 1 
S Pe^S REJW^^FRCM ^«^ P^Tr* BILL 

i^ ffilSflO^VI^'aml'FINAL ASSEH^Y HUF:rt£ 
^ib^S^v-EMK aWKING DESPITE EXCISE TAX 

iBlWl^rcE^ffi ^.^TH^SI INU.S. T. cor. 

^ SK^oSs^^^K^^^^^ 

N.C, STATE CONTRACTS 

^^^tsT^^Ilica^ ^9^.^:^S^fI 

u r CAXTp-'CQ rT>iFTi $1 MILLION FDR BIC-F.IGoINb 

rrm^T^^Ewi TO AID aSi^ssES IN state bidding 

S^^,-^^!:^^^ CCmiTEFlZED N.C, CCNTF:ACT DATA 
^^^C^ iloTtoi^. FOR ■4)RK ON KINAN STADIUM 

'•'sEe'a^^ I^IcI'fEKRATICN -^f STATE. COU-^1 ^.D MUNICIPAL EJ^OYIES 
III ^i'Rll?^>lbilk^l^is ASSOCIATION 

^ ALM N C STATE PER-SG#£L COi«ISSI0N 
^ AL^ N.C. STATE PERSONNEL PRIVACY ACT 

"^ST^Tl°A^I?^DOE^-'AiiY^'fS^ni(^_^^ 

f^fTf^^DA^TlS^lT^P^fcYT^A^ HIRI^^AN. 
p!AI€Rn: STATE CAPES ABOUT htOSPITAL ST(^ 
BAkS^KBPITW. CHAN!^ lmjeciio 
SwEY^s^KER ST^ MIXED CN JOB PJTURE 
IflTl^^-Vrrs ^ AN CPTICW W GIVING 
IfSItF l^AIfR ^AY3^.5^-E?,CENT pay RAISE LIKELY 
ffi ^^Is'-CH^lKnll OF STATE AK CC^ISSIC^ 

K^1E.^Ie^s1o^'Jk^^?^'s^v 

A HARD DAY'S iXf\ .■^^rr-oCT-c-ai 

RTI 1 TO GET 'JET^ANS ^BS F-P'OVCS Co?rir,U.S?SiAL 
ScUQP6Pt^ ^i^e^S PAID TO FSISaN ■:4CR1^-S 

^A^^dL^^S lili^Ml^^OR' '.^PORTING F^IItE A^EE 
l^E^^i^i's'J^X^^ IS A -SLE-'ING GIANT' 



C T S 


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S 


I T 


H 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D —DATE— C H=-G L P BYL 


s 


2 1/01/1987 A 


6 J R53 


s 


2 l/02/'1987 A 


12 J P53 


H 


2 1/C4/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 2/05/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


2 2/07/1987 A 


^ ■- «, 


s 


2 2/10/1987 A 


7 J R53 


H 


2 2/27/1987 A 


9 N 


H 


2 3/04/1987 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 3/25/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 4/22/1987 B 


3 N 046 


H 


2 5/08/1987 A 


18 P N 


H 


2 5/12/1987 B 


7 N 


s 


2 5/12/1987 A 


^ ^ . ,. 


H 


2 5/13/1987 A 


1 C N L40 


H 


2 6/05/1987 A 


16 N 


H 


2 6/26/1987 A 


16 N 


S 


2 6/26/1987 A 


10 N 


H 


2 7/09/1987 A 


14 N L40 


H 


2 7/15/19S7 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 7/16/1987 D 


11 N 


H 


2 7/20/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


2 7/26/1987 A 


17 C N 


H 


2 7/27/1987 B 


2 N 


H 


2 8/06/1987 A 


17 N 


H 


2 3/16/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 4/09/1987 C 


6 N 


H 


2 4/15/1987 A 


1 N 


s 


2 6/18/1987 A 


13 N 


H 


2 6/25/1987 D 


6 P U L41 


H 


2 11/03/1987 A 


15 N L90 



STATE El-FIGYEE GROUP'S K^ 



-:as 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 



1/24/1987 A 
2/'22/1987 C 
2/26/1987 A 
3/18/1987 A 
3/24/1987 A 
5/21/1987 A 
6/16/1987 A 
6/22/1987 A 
6/26/1987 
6/30/1987 
7/03/1987 
7/09/1987 
7/10/1987 
7/13/1987 
7/27/1987 
3/03/1987 B 
3/04/1987 A 
8/05/1987 D 
S/12/1987 D 
3/13/1987 A 
8/14/1987 A 
3/29/1987 A 
9/03/1987 B 
9/07/1987 C 
9/08/1987 B 



' A 
D 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



9 

3 
16 

1 
14 f 

1 f 

1 f 

1 

4 

4 

17 
18 
12 I 

4 

5 

2 

3 

4 

4 

1 

1 
12 

3 



N 
H 
H 

H L40 
N 

N B85 
N rl06 
N n06 
E 
H 
N 
N 
N 
E 
J 
N 
N 
N 
N 
■ H 046 
N 046 
N S32 
N 
J 
J 



R53 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



Y SUBJECT 



ffARTIN5 STATE WORKERS NOT 2ND CLASS 

CHART PLOTS HIRINGS, FIRINGS OF TI<iO STATE ADMINISTRATION? 
NCCU BOARD MEMBER PROHIBITED FROM SERVING «^"^"^''"^'^'^^«S 
^W^^ BEhEFICIAfilES ADDED TO SUIT ABOUT STATE FIRINGS 
OFFICE SPACE PLANS SPARK CONTROVERSY l•i^ilvu!: 

VIDEO PREACHES UHAT WASN'T PRACTICED 

N.Cm STATE EMPLOYEES, EXPENSE ACCOUNTS 

SEE N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, TRAVEL EXPENSES 

N.C., STATE EMFIOYEES, FRINGE BENEFITS 
SEE ALSO FRINGE BENEFITS 
ii ^^ ^.'^•' STATE EMPLOYEES, INSUFiWCE 
fl ^\-^ ^'S" STATE EMPLOYEES, RETIREMBJT PLANS 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, SALARIES 
UNC EMPLOYEES' PAY, BENEFITS DISCUSSED WITH STATE I F'^iqi flTnire 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, HOLIDAYS 

1 ^i tl§L4gA'i[i,'N'!^/^^ '''"''' "^'''''^ 

STATE WORKERS START TALLYING SURVEYS ON HOLIDAY SWAP 

E^LOYEES IN SURVEY FAVOR OPTIONAL HOLIDAY FOR KI^ 

HERt IS WHAT LEGISLATURE DID DURING 1987 SESSION 

MARTIN'S COMMISSION ON KING HOLIDAY DRAWS FIRE FROM LEGISLATOR 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, FRINGE BENEFITS 
NEW SYSTEM FATTENS CHECKS FOR TEACHER'S 

S g^KuR^A^E^^'^ °' ^™ ^'^^^ 
INSURANCE CHANGE OVERLOOKED 
HEALTH PLAN HAS $30 MILLION DEFICIT 
C2^»i2^^U° CONTINUE HMOS FOR STATE E^PLOYEES 
S?T?^^n^KI ^SETS HOSPITAL, UNC EMPLOYEES 
STATE WORKERS' HEALTH INSURANCE TO JUMP SHARPLY 
LEGISLATORS SCALING DOWN NEW PROGRAMS 
MANUFACTURED HOUSING BILL ENACTED 
FAMILY RATES TO RISE FOR STATE HEALTH PLANS 
STATE EMPLOYEES TO PAY HIGHER' FEES FOR HEALTH PLAN 
INSL'RANCE TAKIS TEACHERS' PAY HIKE 
martin; HEALTH FIAN AT TOP OF STATE AGENDA 
BACKLOG EXF'ECTO TO EASE IN STATE INSURANCE PLAN 
RETIREES' INSURANCE A 'DEAL' ItSPITE RISE 
STATE HEALTH FIAN LEADER APPOINTED 
STATE MAY HIKE PUBLICATION COSTS 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, LAYOFFS 
POTENTIAL BENEFICIARIES ADDED TO SUIT ABOUT STATE FIRINGS 

N.C., STATE EMFIOYEES, OFFICE SPACE 

SEE N.C. GB^ERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE BUILDING 

^••^i^STATE EMPLOYEES, RETIREMENT AGE 
SEE ALSO RETIREMENT AGE 
MANY DOT WORKERS NEAR RETIREMENT 

^••^i^STATE EMF'LOYEES, RETIREMENT PLANS 

^ ^^ b^r ^c?5?F'S!J, %U^^^'r$ ^EFIT AND RETIREMENT FUND 

11 ^^ &,P;a,-St^te employees, fringe benefits 
see alm police, n.c, retirement plans 

LIMITED EXPAfJSION OF REMEDIAL SUMMER SCHOni PRflPnciPTi 

^Ri^i'^'i Ri?,ir '^''^^''^^' Soi 



s 

N E F 

P D — DATE — C 



2 9/12/1987 C 
2 10/14/1987 A 
2 11/25/1987 A 
2 12/09/1987 A 
2 12/09/1987 B 
2 12/27/1987 A 



PAGE1349 
1/21/88 

I T 

L Y 

■PG L P BYL 

2 N 

13 N 

1 N N36 

14 P N 
5 N 

14 N 



H 2 1/14/1987 C 2 N L90 
H 2 1/30/1987 A 12 N 
H 2 8/13/1987 A 13 N 



H 


2 4/08/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 4/10/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 4/23/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 5/09/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 3/15/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 10/25/1987 C 


8 P N 


S 


2 1/15/1937 C 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 1/30/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 2/27/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 5/14/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 5/20/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 5/21/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 5/21/1987 A 


22 


N 


H 


2 A/10/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


3 6/17/1937 C 


1 


N L90 


S 


2 7/01/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 7/13/1987 B 


& 


N 


H 


2 8/13/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 8/20/1987 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 3/22/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 3/27/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 9/12/1987 C 


2 F N 


H 


2 9/28/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 10/21/1987 A 


5 


J R-53 


H 


2 11/04/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 11/27/1987 A 


5 


J R53 


H 


2 12/09/1987 A 


14 P 


N 



S 2 11/27/1987 A 12 N 



H 1 4/07/1987 B 5 N 
H 2 5/30/1987 A 11 N 
H 2 8/24/1987 A 4 L 



-LX630- 



" ° ^ ^ " ^ ^ ^ 'S^;i^ - ^^1^1^87 '' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ '^^^^ 

S I T 

N E ELY 

p D — SATE — C -PG L P BYL 



RETIREES' INSURANCE A 'DEAL' DESPITE RISE 

'^•'^SEE^I^^ ^^cTP^AfE^^ElfLJ^lES, FRINGE BENEFITS 

^^N^^^0$^P'PA?;'M^.|1DWB yiTH STATE LEGISLATORS 

aVA?S ^A^'llS^DO^SN'T INCLUI-E INSURANCE MONEY 

"sKRlTlE3:'cr;^^s'cSE^ FOR SALARY INCREASES 

450 U^C STAFF tifes DEMONSTRATE FOR PAY ICREASES 

[^'giKr'sAYs'pAy'-R'AISE action CRtATING CHAOS 
SENATE^LeSdER SAYS 4^5 PERCENT PAY RAISE LIKELY 

S'ffil r%VK?RE^'™'sTATE WORKERS 

^Tf^^^riSX^ni^^^^i^ B.PL0YEES' PAY 
NEW CLAUSE MAY i3ET &€ SECRETARIES PAY RAISE 

S'^E^ols^^^S^y'ALn.AffER'Hfoiu^ TO AIDS PATIENTS 
P[g;^liT^R0liS^T0'^l?SrSA[^'IEPoF SOCIAL UaRKERS 

'-'sk'l'L'^^^^^^Sri^ EXPENSES 

''ill iilffclfeSs OF SPECIFIC CRIMES) 
COUNCIL OF STATE PR-ODDING AGENCIES TO AVOID THEFTS 

mVEL^IiWRSeCNT SYSTEM BEING URGED FOR STATE EMPLOYEES 

N.C., TAX RATE 

SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 
TAXES SHOULD BE FAIR 
TAX CODE REVIEW STARTS 

'''' t^^s'lvl^im TO BLACK COLLEGES 

N.C. A4T OFFICIAL GETS DELAWARE COU£GE POST 

DURHAM STUIiENTS GRADUATE AT AiT 

UNC GOVERNORS PICK TRUSTEES 

NCCU HEARING SEEKS MORE SCIENTISTS 

AVf STATC KCOMES PARTNER IN SCIENCE ALLIANCE 

N r AiT STATE UNIV., SF'CRTS, BASKETBAU 

SEE N.C. AiT STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBAU 

N r AKT STATE UNIV. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 
N.C. Ail ^''^'^i^'^Aj^i;. i(g BUILDING [GUCATION 

A^I TIOICATES BUILDING HONORING LATE ASTRCf^A.UT 



N.C. 



^Kyp!!^fGiFKNg^'pAE^D^ ^CR 15TH VICTORY 

ffiSM^^i^^N^'^O^S GAME'S OUTCOME 
HOU GDIS PAID OFF A DEBT 



s 


2 10/21/1787 A 


5 


J R53 


H 


2 1/14/1V87 C 


n 


N L90 


S 

s 


2 1/15/1937 C 
2 1/21/1987 C 




H S92 

J R53 


H 


2 2/08/1987 A 


1 T N 046 


H 


2 2/27/1987 A 




N 


S 


2 3/02/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 3/12yl987 D 




N 


H 


2 4/29/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 4/29/1987 B 




N R53 


H 


2 5/11/1987 B 




N 


H 


3 5/20/1987 B 




N L90 


H 


3 5/21/1937 B 


1 


=■ N L90 


H 


3 6/11/1987 B 




N 080 


H 


2 6/a/1987 B 




N L90 


H 


3 6/12/1987 B 




P P S76 


H 


2 6/24/1987 B 




N 046 


H 


2 6/30/1987 D 




N 


H 


2 7/21/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 7/24/1987 A 




P N 


H 


2 7/29/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 8/05/1987 D 


4 P N 046 


H 


2 ~8/06/1987 B 




N L90 


H 


2 8/27/1987 A 




N L90 


H 


2 9/05/1987 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 9/08/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 12/16/1987 B 


a 


N 



H 2 9/02/1987 B 5 P N 



2 1/29/1987 C 
2 1/30/1987 A 



16 



2 1/21/1987 A 4 E 
2 11/19/1987 A 16 N 



2 2/16/1987 A 3 N 

2 4/15/1987 A 11 N 

2 6/ll/'1987 A 9 N 

7 6/12/1987 a 1 N L90 

2 10/09/1987 A 1 P N S92 

2 11/05/1987 A 19 N 



H 2 6/11/1987 B 2 N 
H 2 6/13/1987 C 5 N B12 



1/15/1987 D 
1/23/1987 C 
1/23/1987 D 
2/01/1987 B 



2 N 

2 N 

4 N 

1 P U 



L57 



-LX630- MOMTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/19S7 



SUBJECTS 



-DATE — 



CLEJiSON CLIP'S TEFFS, 80-79 
N.C. A&T NIP'S 'DOGS 
N.C. AiT 82, DETROIT 70 
N.C. AiT 83, J.C. SMITH 67 
N.C. AAT 89, VIRGINIA UNION 75 

N.C. A4T STATE UNIU. SPCRTS, BASKETBALL (WOMEN) 
N.C. AiT (U) 62, NCCU 46 

N.C. AiT STATE UNIV. SPCRTS, FOOTBALL 
AiT 35, MORGAN ST. 17 
NORFOLK ST. 20, N.C. AiT 17 
ASSIES WHIP SMITH 
UCU'S SMITH TOSSES 4 TDS IN FIRST START 

HOUAR^ WHIPS^AiT^ ^^^^^^ ^^' ^' ^^^^^^^^ ^HUTS DOWN WESTERN 

BULLDOGS' JESSE JAMES HOLIS UP' ELON, 49-28 

A^?'^ti^!S^rSI?ir'^"''SHALL, CLINCHES SOUTHERN CROWN 

AiT PLAYER CHARGEIi 

EAGLES, AGGIES PLAY FOR PRIDE 

APOCALYPSE now; NCCU PLAYS AiT 

HARViEY, EAGLES DECK AiT 

EAGLES CLOSE OUT SEASON ON THE UPSWING 

U. KENTUCKY 45, N.C. AiT 27 



H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



2 2/05/1987 D 
2 2/16/19S7 D 
2 12/03/1987 C 
2 12/13/1987 C 
2 12/20/1987 C 



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I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 

2 N 

4 N 

2 N 

4 N 

2 N 



H 2 12/04/1987 C 2 N 



H 
H 

S 

H 
H 

n 
S 

H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
3 
H 



N.C. AFL-CIO 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF MiUSTRIAL OR'GANIZATIONS 
5A.,il Sth2::i2„5EEKUJG NEW LAWS TO COVER SMOKERS-FIRING SITUATIOfJS H -^ 
COURT REVERSES CONVICTION i:]F FORMER AFL-CIO OFFICIAL H z 

N.C. AIDS TASK FORCE 

^^lT$!f^A$Pi^J55 ^"""I^E DEFICIENCY SYTORC'IE, N.C. CASES 
STATE AIDS TASK FORCE CONSIDER'S Ciy<RIER RULES 
STATE AIDS RULES PROPOSED 

i^lS!:TI,[Er^?J5LS WANT NAMES FR'OM AIDS F'ATIE^<TS 
AIDS PAICL lOATES IDENTIFICATION 
EEAR OF HOMOSEXUALITY BLOCKS AIDS EDUCATION, OFFICIALS SAY 

lik ffigR^S KA1 '''' ''''''' '''^^ ^^^™^^^ 

PANEL ENDOR'SES NOTIFICATION RULE FOR AIDS TESTS 



9/27/1987 B 
10/04/1987 B 
10/12/1987 D 
10/13/1987 B 
10/25/1987 B 
10/26/1987 D 
11/01/1987 B 
11/08/1987 C 
11/11/1937 D 
11/11/1987 D 
11/14/1987 D 
11/15/1987 C 
11/16/1987 D 
11/22/1987 C 



1/24/1987 B 
9/16/1987 B 



2 10/26/1987 B 
2 10/28/1987 A 
2 10/29/1987 
2 10/31/1987 
2 11/11/1987 
2 11/14/1987 
' 12/01/1987 



N.C. ABORTION FUND 
SEE ALSO ABORTION 

ImJl'^T^^SlT^I'^t?' ™ ^' STATE FUNDING FOR ABORTIONS 
JUDGE TEMPORARILY BLOCKS TWO NEW ABORTION RULES ™ 

N.C. ACADEMY OF FAMILY PHYSICIANS 

HDLEY LEADS ACADEMY OF FAMILY PHYSICIANS 

N.C. ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 

PANEL RECOMMENDS PLAN FOR REGULATING AIR POLLUTANTS 

N.C. ACADEMY OF TRIAL LAWYERS 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 
STUtiY BOOSTS BOTH SIDES ON TOR'T REFORM 

BILLS WOULD LIFT LOAD FR'OM HIGH COURT 

people: DURHAM LAWYER'S ELECTED OFFICERS OF TRIAL ACADEMY 

N.C. ADMINISTRATIVE CODE 

'^n6^ir§^'r^^JF?S^J.^ ^^?^^^^ ^CT STLIDY COMMISSION 
GOVERNOR LOSES IN 0^E COURT CASE BUT GETS A PARTIAL VICTORY IN 

'•'se^^a^Kr^J^ 11]^ "" ™ ™^^ 

ffi?C.'S'QUI?'i^Ag^E''W''''^ "°^° ™'' ™° ''''^ ^°^'^'^S 



12/02/1987 C 



2 6/05/1987 A 
2 6/26/1987 A 



2 12/08/1987 B 
2 2/13/1987 B 



1/14/1987 A 
2/01/1987 B 
2/-'09/1987 A 
5/27/1987 A 
7/23/1987 C 



N 

N 

N 
P N 
P N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N A76 

N i:68 

N C68 

N A76 

N 



5 N 
16 N 

6 N 
14 N 

1 P N M06 

1 N 

1 N W82 

3 N 



15 N 
19 N 



3 N 
8 N U80 



5 


N 


B 


N 


9 


N 


7 


J R53 


6 


N 



iiNOTHER H 2 9/04/1937 C 6 N 



2 3/03/1987 C 
2 7/22/1987 C 
2 9/29/1987 D 
2 12/'15/19G7 A 



7 N 

3 N 

4 N 
9 N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
- 12/11/1937 



Y S U B J 



BUKET 



N.C. AIWIStFY WJOST CGi^ISSION 

P^DEOlllS TOD^E KWERNOR'3 BUM3CT 

MhSr^O TO BUDGET cofniffim;! 

T«(FI[x.3<E3 CAST SHAKSJ m Ri^^PLAHS 

RIl L imj SET 15^ fEU a);*D FOR STPTE KJI5jET 

MARTD^'lir MSSI^NHAS BEEN OF NO WAlUE TO HIH 

^GP' C»WS3ICN SHOIO 3E ABCLISra 

N.C. AERWJALTIC3 OWCIL 

^INGER^O*K« IN AT ffRONAUTICS COUNCIL MEET 

M r AjyNCY Fa? PUBLIC TELEC0^9t.!^JICATICNS 
^'^SEE^NCY FCR R]^C TELEOSif^'JICATIONS 

N.C. AO^IBUSIfCSS COJNCIL 
SEE ALSO AGRICULTURE 
nSWi\ «AN ELECTED 

N.C. AGRICULTURAL AND TEO^ICAL STATt UNIV. 
S£ N.C. A4T STATE mlV, 

N.C. AGRICHTlK*^ EX"^3«^^Jf5j!i^ 

1 k^ W^mf^^^^l^^ EXTENSIC.. OFFICE 

SEE ALSO 4-H CLUBS 

£S ALSO GARIENIJiG, fnC. 

1 S:^ ^^""^m^^ICULTURAL EXTENSION SS^.ICE 
Bl^ FARf€RS HIGHT BE SUR'.'EYED 
COMING EVENTS ,^ ^ ^ 
SINGLES SEi^IWiR IS FEB, 7 

^^f^SSR^^M^^iR^^i'^^NCES PL^ TO ADI^ESS ISSUES 

Iffii^T^^ PabI^i^IrIing for host F.^ 

N.C. AGRICUL-njRW. FINi^CE AUTHDRITY 
SEE ALSO Fffa^ CREDITS 

^ 5:^ N.C. I£PT. (^ A^ICX?^ 

w&?ires uftsi to aid n.c. farmers 

ISturS^finance agevcy bill ADV^^CES 

N.C. agricultus deft. 

SEE N.C. DEFT. (? AGRICULTUFf 
N.C. AIR NATIONAL GUAfU 

NATICm. GU«D FUV^ 3Ci;:tf'PEIl 
N.C. ALCOHOL LAU EJFORCEiCHT AGENCY 

N.C. ALCDHXIC BEVERAGE C^TOa BOAFO) 
SEE ALSO ABC LAUS 
SEE ALSO ABC STORES 

W. ^i ^ia«L L^ E}?ORCE«^ 
SEE i^SO DIWWI COUNTY AiC 



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I T 


i^ 


E 


E 


L Y 


p 


D - 


—DATE— C -fG L P BYL 


H 


2 


1.-30/1987 A 


16 PN 


H 


2 


2'07/1987 A 


14 P N 


S 


n 


3/06/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


9 


4/22/'1987 B 


3 N C46 


H 


2 


5/S/1987 B 


2 P N 046 


H 


2 


5/29/1987 A 


17 P N 046 


s 


•^ 
i 


4/01/1987 A 


4 £ 


s 


9 


9/25/1987 A 


1 P H 


s 




9/23/1937 A 


4 E 


S 


n 


7/22/1987 A 


10 N 



I 



H 2 9/28/1987 C 12 N 



H 


2 1/05.'1987 B 


12 


U 


H 


2 1/05/1987 B 


12 


I 


H 


2 1/18/1987 E 


6 


N 


H 


2 1/19/1987 B 


14 


I 


H 


1 6/05/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/16/1987 C 


T 


I 


H 


2 11/21/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 11/30/1987 A 


6 


P F i+45 


H 


2 12/10/1987 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 1/14/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 2/25/1987 B 


2 


N R53 



H 
H 
H 
H 
S 



2/13/1987 

4/08/1987 

10/23/1987 

11/05/1987 



2 12/04/1987 B 



15 
11 
1 
17 
12 



N 

N K97 
N 046 
N 
N 



-^i^- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/1937 - 12.'31/1937 



M^TIN DEFENDS CHAIRMAN OF STATE ABC COMMISSION 
ABC CHAIRMAN AGREES TO UORK' FOR NO SALARY 
A HARD DAY'S UORK 



SUSJECTS 



N.C. ALLIANCE FOR' PUBLIC EIiUCATION 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C. 
SCHOOL LEADERS RANKED IN TOP 100 
H(W«0NIIS 'HONORED' TO BE 0,NE OF TOP U.S. 



EDUCATORS 



N.C. AaiANCE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL 
SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 
PROTECT PUBLIC, PATIE^JTS 

bffil°^lRlNTA}iVf^:^C^^?C?^^^^^^^^ 
OFFICIAL TO SPEAK ON MENTAL ILLS 

N.C. ALTERNATIVE E>ERGY CORP. 
SEE ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORP. 

N.C. AMATEUR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
HUGfES LEAK N.C. AMATEUR BY TUO 
HUGHES HOLIS ON TO WIN N.C. AMATEUR 

N.C. AMATEUR SPORTS 

KE ALSO STATE GAMES OF NORTH CAROLINA 

'lDf^^I^'sUF°^^^?^E0Mll5^^^'- '™'^'^ ''''°''' ""'^'^ ^^^^^^^ 

JL^FIS,^^'^ FESTIVAL GO ON SALE JAN. 26 

cS^aS^tIS ^IFS^'.^*^^ OLYMPIC FESTIVAL BALL 
FA^JFARE: TIX FOR SALE 

NCAS COiflllHEE REiNEGES ON PRtJMISE OF VELODROME 

UNO MAKING PLANS FOR OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

4,000 VOLUNTEER FOR SPORTS FESTIVAL 

MgIA BLITZ PEffflING FOR OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

MQ«>WNTS HOPING FANS BREAK: SPENDING RECORDS AT U.S. OLYMPir FF^TTUiy 

^U^jINSTALLn. AT WADE STADIUM FOR OLYMPIC FESTIVAL "^^ 

%Wj}S., lUn.^SS^,'^^ ^^^^ TOMORRTO NIGHT 
^iSJI^^S^^S WILL BE LINING STOR-E SHELVES 
SPORTS FEST TICKETS SELL AT RECORD CLIP 
^^.Ai^y^SiLS SHOW SCIENCE ASPECTS OF SFt]RTS 

^?s^f ^eV^ik [^rsiEDf Sii^ ^ ''' ' ^^^ 

flSJ.OSt^^^'3 VIDEOS FOR OLYMF'IC FESTIVAL 
K^^Ie^IVf^^ Sry^ES^fvAL™ ''''''''-''' '''' 

fanfare: FESTIVAL TIX MOVING 

BLLL CITY BLUES— ANOTHER IllRHAM FESTIVAL 

TRIANGLE HOTaS AWAIT BUSINESS FROM OLYMPIC FESTIVAL VTCTTnR'<? 

*2 MILLION SET FOR OLYMPIC FESTIVAL ROADS LANDSCAPING 

^I^'Sk.eS^"^LS SEE PACKED GRAND OWNING ^'-"^ 

fOIA MADNESS ACCOMPANIES FESTIVAL 

HERE THEY COME! ATHLETES ARRIVING FOR' OLYMPIC FFSTTUAl 

OLYMPIC FEST OFF AND RUNNING MONDAY FESTIVAL 

piJWAM police: SECURITY UNDER CONTROL 

BIJSI,*£SS BRISK AS ATHLETIC GAMES BEGIN 

RIVALS WORK TOC£THER' 

'O-YMPIC MUSIC F-REMIEF;ES 

OLYMPIC FESTIVAL CLEAR'S IST-UEEK' LOGISTICS HURDLES 

OLYMPIC FESTIVAL WOWS OKLA. GUESTS 
S^J'^?$'-frl?SI9l,^STIVAL TO PROFIT BY *1 MILLION 
^?t/J, *^5fJ^?; N.C. AMATEUR SFBRTS LOOKS TO THE FUTURE 
^IIJ^$f,i'^£F:rSS ™ LUR£ MORE SPORTING EVENTS^ 
ranVAL'S SOUR WTES WERE UNWARRANTED 
FESTIVAL LEFTOVER'S GO ON SALE 



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-PG L P BYL 



H 2 7/03/1987 A 17 N 
H 2 7/10/1987 A 12 P N 
S 2 7/13/1987 A 4 E 



2 1/22/1987 B 
2 1/22/1987 C 



2 1/12/1987 A 
2 7/15/1987 A 
2 10/04/1987 A 
2 10/19/1987 C 



1 N W27 
1 P N S92 



4 E 

5 N 

6 N 
1 N 



H 2 6/19/1987 C 4 N 
H 2 6/22/1987 B 4 N 



H 


2 


S 


n 


H 


2 


H 


9 


S 


2 


H 


3 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 




H 


n 


3 


o 
&. 


H 


2 


S 


9 


H 


n 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


c 


n 


u 


JL 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


3 





S 


7 


3 


2 


S 


2 


S 


9 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


9 


c 


9 


IJ 




H 


7 


S 


2 


H 


ry 


H 


2 



1/06/1987 A 

1/13/1987 A 

1/21/1987 B 

1/22/1987 D 

1/23/1987 D 

2/04/1987 C 

3/17/1987 

3/18/1987 

3/19/1987 

3/29/1987 

4/01/1987 ,, 

4/08/1987 C 

4/11/1987 C 

5/13/1987 C 

5/19/1987 C 

5/24/1987 A 

5/25/1987 B 

5/23/1987 A 

6/07/1987 C 

6/ll/l'?87 B 

6/14/1987 B 

6/17/1987 D 

7/02/1987 

7/03/1987 

7/03/1987 

7/07/1987 

7/08/1987 

7/09/1987 

7/11/1987 

7/11/1987 

7/11/1987 

7/13/1987 ,. 

7/13/1987 D 

7/16/1987 D 

7/20/1987 

7/21/1987 

7/21/1987 

7/23/1987 

7/27/1987 

7/28/1987 

7/28/1987 

7/29/1987 

8/01/1987 



4 
4 
1 
1 
17 

13 
17 P 

3 

1 

1 



B 
A 
A 
B 
C 
B 
C 
A 
A 
A 



' A 
C 
A 
B 
A 
A 
B 
A 
C 



17 

4 

1 

3 

1 

3 
18 

1 

1 

1 

1 P 

1 

1 

1 

9 
8 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



L 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L90 

N W82 

N U82 

N 

N C52 

P K30 

N 

N M97 

N y82 

N C60 
P N fJ36 
P N Zll 

N W82 

P N B12 

N U82 

N 

P U B15 

N 
P N W66 
N B85 
N 

N B85 
D N B15 
" N X08 
N U82 
N B85 
N S92 
N 
N 

N B85 
N PS6 
N W82 
U B85 
N W82 
N N36 
N 

U G33 
N W27 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/A 



N N Li A L 
1/01/19S7 



INDEX 
- 12,'31/1987 



U B 



OLYWIC FESTiyAL PROFITS hAY REACH il.5 MILLiON 

ffi^Fpsl^'^^ierr^? IN SPIRIT OF EVENT 

n!c^*^«^TEUR^:TS Uia REMAIN IN STATE 

ffi?c1'Tl5'i-i?S:S FI^^FITS RECORJ) ^ 
n^TT m\vM. muM J1.5 MILLION SLiRFlUS 
ffiiHIPAW^^ GIVEN ™'i0RK ON OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

N.C. ANIMAL CARE FACILITY 
SEE ALSO CAS'i^a C-AiC LAND 

'^AT^'^CR^'l^tlLL^REFul! ANmS PR^ARED FOR RETW< TO T>€ WILD 
N.C. AQUARIUM 

1 ^^ nftmv^ RESOURCE centers^ 

LEGiaJ^TORS SCALING KUN f£U PROGRAMS 
VIS TORS FLOCK TO STATE'S ^UAR I LW 
PEOP^ CAN SWEEP N.C. BEA&ES CLEAN 
KEEPING BUSY AT THE Ki^ 

N.C. ART SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO ARTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. ARTS COl^IL 
BR.If« PICNIC SUPPER, Afffi COrC ON OUT 

N.C. ARTISTS CCfPETITIWJ 

SEE N.C. «5TISTS EXHIBITION 

N.C. ARTISTS EXHIBITION 

^^S ^TISTS'tO BE IN N.C.,«b'SEUM OF AR.T SHOW IN JJLY 
StoE*S KETHOK MAKES SENSE FOR N.C. EXHIBIT 

^SsMgeIhOU tops IM^IA SC'CttLE 

SuIeT^CNEYMO^. UIU^BE C^RI ^ ^^^,3 

^RifEI^'^I^Ts ^^^A^^S ™' _,,,, 

N.C. ARTS CELEBRATION 
SEE ALSO ARTS, N.C. 

'"^Ntc^^ARrf CATION' TO BE P«T OF U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

*^*'^cEf SlsW^IN STATE BUILIUNGS PR(KRAM 
SEE ALSO ARTS, fliC..^_ 

SCHOOL VOLLNTEEK kElEIVES rtWARD 
sSnY SELECTS FOUR YOLf« ARTISTS 
'OLYtPIC mSIC FREf^IERES ,„.,,.v .,|,r.r.. 

NTNE N.C. WRITER'S, POETS l€T LITERARY hJARI.o 
DU^,W1 CHC^C3R^.F^F: WINS ARTS F^OU&HIP 

ST%ITEFr^.CRK ^JtEs" ^L ^EET UITH VARIETY OF ATTRACTIONS 
ARTid^sFxAVli^^TOUBEfsELECTEB TO CREATE SCULPTl^ 
FOJNDATION GIVES 530,000 TO SCriCCLS .^.ttpi c^ 

ARTia.ES, ARTICLES, ARTID^S, AAiUlE^, A<^TICLE^ 

N.C. ASSOCIATED PRESS fCjIS COU'NCIL 
SEE ALSO ASSXIATEL PRESS 

^^^S^-Hf^tEf^S^^B^^^S SPECIAL f^^lJ ^J^«^D 
hSwi-SUN LIBRARIAN TO SPEAK lO AP fCUS lOUNCIL SESSION 



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I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C - 


PG L P BYL 


H 


2 8/03/1987 A 


A L 


H 


2 8/0-?/ 1987 A 


13 A 


S 


2 9/16/1987 A 


3 N 


H 


2 9/17/1987 D 


4 N 


S 


2 9/18/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/06/1987 B 


3 N 


S 


2 11/20/1987 A 


1 N H06 


s 


2 11/21/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 12/02/1987 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 12/03/1987 B 


1 P N fOi 


S 


2 12/17/1987 A 


19 N 


H 


2 12y'01/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 7/13/1987 B 


6 N 


S 


2 8/06/1987 D 


2 N 


S 


2 9/09/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/27/1987 D 


6 N 



2 8/25/1987 A 6 P U H45 



S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



2/12/1987 B 
2/27/1987 D 
6/13/1987 D 
6/23/1987 C 
7/09/1987 D 
7/14/1987 B 
7/17/1987 D 
7/24/1987 D 
9/03/1987 D 
9/03/1987 D 



12 

12 

16 

12 

6 

1 

6 

10 

6 

7 



N 

R G63 

N 

U U66 
P P 

P U H45 
P R C^ 

R G68 
P P 
P P 



S 2 2/05/1987 D 3 N (59 



H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
3 
H 
S 
H 



2/'25/1987 
4/07/1987 
7/16/1987 
9/11/1987 
9/11/1937 
9/17/198' 
9/20/1987 E 
11/19/1987 D 
11/25/1987 D 
12/31/1987 D 



11 : 

8 
10 
12 
14 

3 

3 

4 



H J40 
U U66 
N 
N 
N 
N 

U H45 
N G59 
N 080 
N G59 



2 1/30/1987 A 17 P N 
2 9/18/1987 C 1 P N 



-iX630- MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



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AP NEWS COUNCIL NAMES OFFICERS 

N.C;^ASSOCIATION FOR CHIUiREN OF ALCOHOLICS 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 
CHILDREN FIGHT TO OVERCOME PARENTS' ALCOHOLISM 

N.C, ASSOCIATION FOR HOME CARE 
SEE ALSO HOME HEALTH CARE 
ADU.TS CARE FOR AGING PARENTS AT HOME 

N.C. ASSOCIATION FOR PETARDED CITIZENS 

1 Shi Sl^ &1°^^^"°^ ™ ^™^ "T^^^^s 

ARC HONORS 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF AFTERNOON NEWSPAPERS 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTIQII AR MFTJi^PAP-FMi 
CmF-UTK'S WILL INCREASE ACCESS TO LKISLATIUE INFORMATION 
BECOMING A COLUMNIST TAKES A LOT OF HARD WORK ""^^'""^'^^'^ 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK LAWYERS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, LAWYER'S 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C, 
LMO OF BLACK LAWYERS' GROUP SAYS SYSTEM EXCLUDES BLACK JUDGES 

SA^K«^^^S^fgI^°Sli^SlON 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS 

CAMERAS WILL REMAIN IN COURTS, JUDGE SAYS 

N'CiASSOCIATION OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 
SEE ALSO CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTAf^S 
CONFERENCE EXAMINES DOUBLE BLOW ON MEDICARE 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE 
SEE ALSO POLICE, N.C. 
BURLINGTON POLICE CHIEF ELECTED TO LEAD STATE ASSOCIATION 

'•'sE^^^iKl^EG^^S^^?'^ ^ ^^^-^^^^^^ 

SEE ALSO HIGtCR EDUCATION 

SE|„^^N'C. ASSOCIATION OF INDEF'ENDENT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITTFS 
TOP CFFICIALS FROM 100 COLLEGES, UNIVERSITIES TO HEFT rNnilRHAM 
S'gETs'aWARd'''' '^°'''"^ rfTUB£ OF Nlc^^HIGH^'^EI.ic'ATIoT 
d9?f|^= ACT TODAY FOR JOBS, L£ARNI^« 
HIGHER EDUCATION'S PROBLEMS MANAGEABLE, CONFERENCE TOLD 
U.S. HIGHER EDUCATION IS BEST, BUT CHALLMES ^AIN 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
SEE ALSO COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S, N.C, 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

SSH^H OFf^ICIALS TO SET LEGISLATIVE GOALS 

COUNTY BOAfli TO MULL IDEAS FOR N'EW TAXES 

PWING FORMULA WOULD COST SOME COUNTIES 

COMMISSIONERS TO DISCUSS REAL-ESTATE TAX 

APARTHEID FUELS PUSH FOR f£W LEGISLATION 

COMMISSIONERS PONDER NEW TAX '-^'''•^^''^" 

PROF-OSED LAND-TRANSFER' TAX GETS MIXED REVIEWS 

DUR'HAM raMMIS3I0f€RS FAVOR OTHER TAX SOURCES 

L^^MSL^'^A^t^ED^^NR^^^sfif '''''' COMJilSSIONERS MEET ON GOALS 
JK^iAN LTOES STATE-LOCAL PARTWERSHIP 

a s i^^ s ''™ ^'^'^^^^^ 

PERSON'S WILKINS NAMED CHAIRMAN 

martin; finance l school system for EACH COUNTY 

LAWMAKERS TO GET COUNTY 'WISH LIST' 



S I T 

N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 9/21/1987 A 2 N 



S 2 12/04/1987 A 6 D F G59 



S 2 8/21/1987 B 1 P F G59 



S 2 12/07/1987 B 2 P P L38 



S 2 1/30/1987 A 11 J R53 
S 2 10/16/1987 A 14 J R53 



S 2 8/21/1987 A 9 N 

H 1 9/30/1987 C 1 P N L40 

H 2 10/05/1987 A 4 E 

H 2 11/05/1987 C 10 N 

S 2 11/06/1987 A 1 N 



H 2 1/02/1987 A 12 N 



H 2 8/11/1987 C 1 N C60 



H 1 2/24/1987 B 1 N H60 



H 
H 
H 

n 


H 
S 



H 
H 

H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
c 

H 
H 
S 



10/24/1987 A 
11/06/1987 A 
11/06/1987 C 
11/06/1987 C 
11/07/1937 C 
11/16/1987 A 



12 N 

11 N N36 
2 P P T32 
1 P N B85 
1 P N 681 
5 J R53 



1/07/1987 
1/03/1987 
1/03/1987 
1/08/1987 
1/03/19-87 
1/09/1987 
1/09/1987 . 
1/09/1987 C 
1/10/1987 B 
1/13/1987 B 
1/15/1987 A 
1/16/1937 A 
1/16/1987 A 
1/29/1987 B 
2/01/1987 B 
2/04/1987 C 



1 

1 

1 

1 

13 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

15 

15 



N H60 
N A54 
: N S80 
H M06 
N 

N A54 
N M06 
N M06 
N S80 
N S30 
N 
N 
N M06 



1 N 
1 N M06 



T 



-a630- 



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ANNUAL INDEX 
l/Oi/1987 - 12/31/l-?37 



U B J E C T S 



COMMISSIONERS SERVE REQUESTS TO ^f^^^^^% 
nPFTflALS MULL IilF'ACT OF SCHOOL-AlD CHANGE „,,„„,„ 
LEG 3LAT0RS SUSPICIOUS OF FUNDING PLANS FOR SCHOOLS 
CITIES-HIGHUAYS BILL PASSES MAJOR TEoT 
COUNTY LEADERS TO HOLD CONFERENCE 
SraillUASTESTUDY CCtlMISSION Fi]NDER£D 
PIBLIC SCHOOL FUNDING SYSTEM IS CHALLENGED 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF DIRECTORS OF KVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY CENTERS 
AWARDS BANQUET 

'^-SE^1°SSaS^S??0N OF EDUCATOR. 

si ALSO TOLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE FOR EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO FI^INCIPALS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SUPERINTENDENTS, N.C. 

^^ASSEMBLY^IlP BE CONFRONTED UITH GAMBLING 
LOTTERY PARI-MLITUEL SOLD SEPARATELY 
SURVef SHOWS MANY TEACHERS MOONLIGHT 
N^. LOHERY REMAINS UNPOPULAR 

Vc ^ScS\hZS S of PAPER«DRK 

nIc! iKWIOrOFnjUCATORS HIRES n 
NCAE LOBBYING FOR 10 PQ^CENT PAY HIKE 
NCAE MUST BAF:GAIN FCR lESERVQi h'AY HIKES 
SAffORD: PAY TEACHERS flC'RE __ 
NC^ PRESIDEf4T TO GET ANOTHER TERM 
GIVING INFOR'MATION ON PRINCIPAL LE.SAL 
NCAE WILL RECRUIT MINORITY TEACHERS 

E^K fA^fAfE'^'SG SS'SAT SCORES MISLEADING 

^Ij&'lv'f^i'^ Mu??f SgH LONGER terms OF OFFICE 
LFSSTHAN 9 raC^T OF ELEM&NTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN N.C. ARE MEN 
EDUCATORS BACK JORDAN. RANI. AND ETHERIDGE 
GWERNOR; DEMOCRATS WRANGLE OVER H^CATION 

S^^Y^ic^s'S'fm S^'tlRT '''' 
Kr^cS^I^'tS^bI^C^H^A^^^SSUE, MARTIN SAYS 
STUDENTS STEP' UP FOR KIDNEY FUNDS 

N C. ASSOCIATION OF FU^JERAL DIRECTORS AND MORTICIANS 

SEE FUfCRAL DIRECTORS AND MOR'TICIAN ASSOCIATION OF N.C. 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

M. ALSO NX^AslcCIATIOf^ OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

'^T^f OF?iriALs'°EY¥cCLLEGE TRUST RJND ^ 

AD MgN FEATU^S PRIV'ATE COLLEGES IN N.C. 

kl r ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDEf'iT SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO N.C. OFFICE OF NON-PUBLIC EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO F-RIVATE SCHOOLS 
FANFARE/CROSSING COUNTRY 

^•^SE^TsJlKwK^Niir^^ 

'^pS'^k'^AgiS'G ^FrGmo'^OLDI,'«3S IS STARTED ON AMEX 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BOARD OF REALTORS 

1 ifo rci^^R^is'ifcEiif^rffi 

'^U^^-lANl'LilsSs HAVE YET TO PLANT TRANSFER TAX BILL.., 



N 
P 

H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 



D — DATE- 



2/05/1987 B 
2/05/ r987 C 
A/16/1987 A 
7/23/1987 C 
8/13/1987 B 
3/15/1987 C 
9/16/1987 C 



-Vb 

1 
1 

■7 

18 
3 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

N A54 
N M06 
J R53 
N 

N H60 
N 
N 



2 5/08/1987 C 2 P P S7A 



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



H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 



1/01/1987 
1/02/1987 
1/05/1987 
1/07/1987 
1/21/1987 
2/20/1987 
3/25/1987 
4/10/1987 
4/11/1987 
4/13/1987 
5/05/ 19S7 
5/13/1987 
8/20/1987 
9/16/19'87 
9/24/1987 
9/26/1987 
9/28/1987 
10/14/1987 
10/26/1987 . 
10/30/1987 B 
11/13/1987 B 
12/03/1987 A 
12/17/1987 C 
; 12/13/1987 B 
' 12/22/1987 A 



A 
A 
A 
C 
' C 
A 
A 
A 
A 
B 
C 
A 

c 
c 
c 

A 
A 
C 
C 



6 
12 
13 

4 

7 
16 
13 
13 

4 

1 
1 
3 
6 

13 
4 
5 
5 
2 



J R53 

J R53 

N 

Q 

J R53 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N S92 

N 

J R53 

N 

E 

J R53 

N 

N 



12 P N 

9 N 

4 L 
17 J 
12 P N 

1 P N J40 



S 2 1/16/1987 B 6 N 
H 2 9/30/1987 B 6 N 



H 2 10/23/1987 B 4 N 



H 2 7/19/1937 B 4 U L41 



2 4/26/1987 A 1 P N L40 



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1/01/1937 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



BY SUBJECTS 



N.C. ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS 

HAWONDS PICK:ED AS SUPERINTENDE>)T OF YEAR FOR N.C. 

HAMMONDS' SELECTION NOT VERY SURF1?ISING 

SUF'ERINTENDENTS URGE STATE, LXAL BALANCE ON SCHOOL DECISIONS 

N.C. ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE 
STATE SUING CHECK COMPANY 

ff^ieKc'fK,?lH' '''' ''' ''°'''' '^'''' 

N.C. AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, DEALERS 
N.C. MERCHANTS CAMPAIGN TO ALTER SALES TAX FEE LAW 

'^•'^ArMPJJS^^'-E LIABILITY REINSURANCE FACILITY 
SEE AUTO LIABILITY IfiSURANCE 
SEE N.C. REINSURANCE FACILITY 

N.C, AWARD 

SEE ALSO AWARDS 
DUKE DOaOR HELPS CHOOSE RECIPIENTS 
N.C. AWARDS ARE PRESENTED TO FIVE 
DIM PROF GETS STATE SCIENCE AWARD 

N.C. BACH FESTIVAL 

Dl^HAM VIOLINIST TO PERFORM 

N.C. BANK COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO BANKERS, N.C, 
SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C. 
MSJS^B^S SAY TISON ^JOMINATIO^J IN TRt]UBL£ 

b!^T?i^S£^.,^I^FJi'^F^^ ™ ^•=>**ING COMMISSIONER 

K^TIN NOMINATES FORMER JUDGE FOR BANKING POST 

N.C. CONFIRMATION PROCESS DEBATEIi 

NOMINATION ADVANCES 

STATE'S NEW BANKING COMMISSIONER SAYS HE WILL BE LEARNING 

NORTH CARaiNA SITS MORE FIRMLY ON STATE BANKS ^^^^^ 

N.C. BANKERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BANKERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C. 

IffS. DOLE SAYS RULES HAMSTRIfffi U.S. BANKS 

PLANTERS' FUTRELL ELECTED 

LOBBYISTS MANIPULATE LEGISLATORS 

N.C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 
SEE ALSO BAPTISTS 
SEE ALSO SOUTHER'N BAPTIST CONVENTION 

^REc'K^JSLif ^•ol'^^'^' "^ '^'''' ™ 
SH^'^^'^N RUNNING FOR BAPTIST P-RESIDENCY 
SOUTVERN BAPTISTS GEAR UP FOR BATTLE AT STATE CONVENTION 
SJ^TC CONVENTION ELECTION MIRRORS BAPTIST CONTROVER'SY 
OPEN LETTER' ADDRESSES BAPTIST CONVENTION DISPUTE 
BUOYED FUNIWhINTALISTS TAKE AIM AT BAPTIST PRESIDENCY 
^DAMENTALISTS AIM TO BOOST BaiEF IN BIBLE 
MEREDITH FACULTY BACKS SEMINARY PROFS 
OURHAM^MAN TAKES MIDDLE ROAD IN STATE BAPTIST RACE 
SOUJERN BAPTISTS FACE OFF IN 13REE.NSB0R0 
llSIfn^'^I^S^ CONVENTION TO ELECT PRE3IDE.NT TODAY 
BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION ELECTS SMITH 

Sl?il? ,'Kt£'^I:I°!'^I^.'''^^-™;™ing the baptists to 

BAPTIST vote a LESSON IN SHOWING FORBEARANCE 



:ACH OTHER! 



H 
H 

H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
3 
H 
H 



S 

E 

-DATE — C 



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I T 

L Y 
■PG L P BYL 



(CARTOON) H 
H 



N.C. BtH ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALS] COURTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO 14TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 
SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C. 



2 11/25/1987 C 5 P N 
2 11/27/1987 A 4 E 
2 12/18/1987 B 12 N 



H 2 1/22/1987 D 7 N C80 
H 3 2/2(4/1987 B 1 N B81 
S 2 8/04/1987 A 1 N 392 



11/29/1987 B 1 P N 046 



S 2 10/07/1987 B 4 N 

H 2 11/07/1987 D 5 N 

S 2 11/07/1937 B 1 P N U<52 

3 2 3/19/1987 D 5 N 



H 


o 


3/13/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


3/20/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


n 


3/24/1987 B 


16 


N 


S 


2 


3/31/1987 A 


10 


J 


H 


2 


4/03/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


6/02/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


9 


6/18/1987 D 


8 P 


U L41 



H 2 5/10/1987 C 6 N 
H 2 5/31/1987 C 3 N 
S 2 7/20/1987 A 5 J R53 



2 9/20/1987 C 
2 9/21/1987 A 
2 9/24/1987 B 
2 10/05/1937 A 
2 10/06/1987 B 
2 10/30/1987 B 
2 11/02/1987 A 
2 11/02/1987 C 
2 11/03/1987 C 
2 11/07/1987 B 
2 11/09/1987 C 
2 11/10/1987 D 
2 11/11/1987 A 
2 11/11/1987 A 
2 11/12/1987 A 



6 N 
4 L 
1 P N 
9 N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
T 
E 



R56 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
- 12y^l/1987 



S IJ B J E 



^^TICN^I' LAWSUITS BEING TESTED IN.IO COUNTIES 
?TATf- BAR SAYS LAUYER SKEIVED FtT-LiC CbNSUFt 
n!c BAR A^llATION SAYS TORT RB^-DRM UVf€CE3SARY 
N C BAR CPf-CSES ,1AJ0R TORT REFORMS 
CHANGES DR-GEIi IN PUNITIVE DAtWbES LAW 

k?^'s?^f BA^cJnTEE CENSURES ROXBCRO LAUYER 

^1 IP 'lifll^W BY N.C. BAR 

^^y^'f^^^^' A HIT 

i^^lA^^ilES SLIP ™h LAST YEAR 
LAWYERS ICET FOR UPDATE ON STATUTE 
HIGH COURT HEARS :tANCUSO AFfEAL 

N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 

SEE («-S0 LfGAL EIiUCATION 

^ SlS N.C. BAR ASSKIATIffl^ ^ _^ 

# W^ N.C. BOARD OF LAW EXAMI^ERS 
TRlkfCLE^-EA RESIDENTS PASS N.C. UW EX^ 
qTATFBAREXAH SCORES SLIP FROM LAST YEAR _^ 

PF^E^PtThAYS m FACLLTY AT AIR FORCE ACAIEMY 
plml* ^-RADIO CCRRESPMCNT JOINS SEN. SANFORD'S STAFF 
JfLICAHTS PASSING f^TH CAROLINA /^AR: DAI NAMED 
STATE BAR EXAM ICNIED TO (^:TIN AIt£ 

N.C. BEEKEEF-EK-S ASSOCIATION 

SEE AL-50 BEEflEPING ^^^.^_. 
CFFICEF.S PIC^Hi FOR BEEKEEF'ERS 

N.C. BIOTEChTCILCCY CefTER 
SEE iy.SO BIOTECHNCIOGY 

si AlI utE^^^«;i>£EF:ING RESEAR-CH CEf^ FOR EHER^I^ 
SEE ALSO GENFTIC RESEAF.'CH 

IWUr«LOGISTS GAmERING IN D^AM 

ORGANON SCI&NTIST TO UFJN LhCTURt -^I" 

BIOTECHNOLOGY CEh^ AUARK GRANTS 
SSSp^^I^ii ^^of^^COY FUNDS 

IPI^SJ^^^hiPspl; 'b^US^^ogy at NCSSM 

BIOtSlMY^JTER LOOKS F.3R SECOND PRESIIOIT 
ALWAfCE TECH INTO PESIGNp GENEi 
VirtOTAPE TO SHOW bE>JE-ALTEf;ED .OBACCO 
TOBACCO 'STAFlS- IN BIOTEC-^fCLOGY yiDEO 
i^GETS BIC.-€I.ICAL_^RESE.ARCH AWEEMOT 
BIOTECHt«LOGY JOINIriG BIOLC^Y ClJRRICd.^3 
3I0ELECTRCNIC3 SEMIrJAR; f\J*^l< hOR THUR'SDAY 
SflAU FIRTtS Ah£ CITED !^Oft hXCELLtftCE 
HAMNER TO HEAD BIOTECH CEf^ER 
HfmfR yiLL HEAD iiieTE'wHiNL'LL..tiY ^cj^.ca 
bKhNOLCGY CENTER AWAPIS 14 CHANTS 
BIOTECH GRAiNTS GO TO AF£A FIFjtS 
TRIANO^ BIOTECHNOLOGY FIRJl ^OLINIO^ ^ ^^^^, 
TRIO FORMS BIOTECHNaOGY FIRM TO BATT.X CAfCER 

N.C. BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER, FF:ESIDENT 
HA»CR TO «AD BIOTECH CENTER 
WWO WILL HEAD BIOTEC;^^a.OGY CENTER 

N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAIXUS 



C T S 






pftGE1358 

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S 


I 


T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


—DATE — C -f-G L 


P BYL 


H 


2 


1/05/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/08/1937 B 


1 


N 


S 


-■> 


1/03/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


■:> 


1/17/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


9 


1/20/1987 A 


14 


J R53 


3 


n 


3/06/1987 C 


^ 


N 


S 


1 


3/26/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


5/13/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


6/19/1987 A 


17 


^ r^. 


s 


2 


7/15/1987 C 


1 


N B85 


H 


•:> 


3/24/1987 A 


1 


N S32 


H 


2 


3/26/1987 A 


2 


N 


s 


2 


8/27/1987 C 


1 


N H06 


H 


T 


10/31/1987 B 


16 


N R'30 


S 


O 


12/07/1987 A 


1 


N 



2 4/20/1987 B 

2 8/27/1987 C 

2 9/10/1937 B 

2 9/17/1987 B 

2 10/07/1987 C 

1 12/24/1987 B 



4 
1 
4 
6 

n 



N 

N M06 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 6/29/1987 A 13 N 



CARIlIOVASCULAR TECH. 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 



1/10/1937 B 
1/24/1987 B 
1/-30/1987 B 
2/15/1987 C 
4/18/ 19-87 
4/30/1987 
5/19/1987 
5/26/1987 
6/17/1987 
7/16/198" 
7/22/'1987 
7/24/1987 
7/'30/1987 
8/06/1987 
9/05/1987 
9/10/1987 
10/02/198'. - 
ll/02/r987 C 
U/08/1987 B 
11/11/1'987 A 
11/19/1987 A 
11/20/1987 B 
12/07/1987 C 
12/13/1987 D 
■ 12/19/1987 C 
' 12/21/1987 A 



A 
C 
C 
B 
C 

r. 
D 

B 
C 

A 
A 
B 
' C 
C 



1 
4 
5 
1 
10 



11 



13 



10 

14 

1 

7 



N 

1 P N 

3 P N 

1 N 

16 N 



N 'C60 
N R'30 
N H97 
N M97 
N 046 
N D80 
N 
N 
N 

N R30 
N C60 
P T37 
N 
N 
N 

N ri97 
N D80 
N B85 
N R80 



L90 
B35 



3 2 11/19/1987 A 
H 2 11/20/1987 B 



1 P N B85 

8 P N 



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1/01/1987 



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12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE1359 
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SEE ALSO BLACKS, N.C. 

^ ^1-12 v^*?' ?^^^^ ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS 

BLACK CAUCUS PLANS SESSION ON CONTRACTS 

ECONOMICS STRESSED AT CAUCUS 

LT. GOy. CANDIDATE UILL SEEK TO ABOLISH RUNOFFS 

N.C, BLACK REPERTORY COMPANY 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO THEATERS, N.C. 
HIS BROTHER'S DEATH m HIS FAMILY TIES LED TO N.C. BLACK REPERTORY 

N.C. BOARD OF AGRICULTLiRE 
SEE ALSO AGRICULTURE 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE 

AGRICULTURE BOARD TO HONOR DANIELEY 

LEGiaj^TORS WRANGLE OVER NICKEL'S WORTH OF GAS 

N.C. BOARD OF ALCOHOLIC CONTROL 

SEE N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

N.C. BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE 

SEE ALSO ARCHITECTURE, DURHAM 
DURHAM (EN REGISTERED BY N.C. ARCHITECTURE [Mil 

N.C. BOARD OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

Wh^}^ ^, "JPJ!.SCHO0L, COMMUNITY COLLEGE PR0GRA,1 STUDIED 

Sill? C^rcSE^^^S^P^^'^J^^^SHE^S^ '''^''''' ''''''' 

^L^ON^KmE^^ y^T^fffiE ^'^^ '^^^ ^°^^^ 
VANCE WOMAN WINS TEACHING AWARD 

N.C. BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 
SEE ALSO DENTAL EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO DENTISTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LICENSIhJG BOARDS 
SEE ALSO N.C. lOTAL EXAM 
SEE ALSO Uf'flV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 

TOO IW)Y APFIICANTS FLUNK DENTAL EXAM, LEGI^TOR SAYS 

PUBLIC HEARING SET ON ItNTAL LICENSING ^^'^'^™'^ '^^^ 

DENTISTS ATTACK FEE HIKE 

DOjTAL LICENSE FEE INCREASES VOTE IS DELAYED 

HOUSE PANEL ENDORSES BILL ON DENTISTS' LICENSING FEES 

EFFORTS TO RAISE DENTAL FEES BRUSHED BACK 

DENTAL LICENSING FEE INCREASES OK'D BY HOUSE 

N.C. BOARD OF EDUCATION 

^^^•-Sp N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

^,AA^?k ^JS.^*^^ °N STATE SCHOOL BOARD 

EDUCATORS PROPOSE CHANGES IN BE? 

F?A?!SiEO!:'.'^^HIGH SCHOOL, COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM STUDIED 

s K^ijE'^^y^^^AS' '''''''' ''^"^'^ 

^iVS^rlP^S' ''^■^'^^SES FOREIGN LANGUAGE STLMES 

Ss'Tc^K^rI [SL^'Sl i^.f^^I'^^NT OF...INSTRUCTION 

MRS. NEAL DESERVES EDUCATION BOARD SEAT 
c$^?^r>S^??'S^2 5^'-'- ^^^ INVESTMENT TAX CREDITS 

?^^R^^aTiH^^5PDVsiigf^^ 

TOUGH TALK ON STANDARDS 

governor; .job figures reflect growth 

HOUSE PANEL BACKS BOARD OF EDUCATION CHANGES 



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



S 2 1/22/1987 C 7 N 
H 2 7/27/1987 B 2 N 
H 2 10/10/1987 A 12 N 



H 2 2/22/1987 D 10 N 



H 1 6/27/1987 C 
S 2 9/25/1987 A 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1 N 
5 J R'SS 



S 2 10/07/1987 B 4 N 



S 


2 


1/09/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 




4/11/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


4/17/1987 B 


3 F 


N 


H 


7 


6/26/1987 A 


19 


N 


H 


1 


3/01/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


10/17/1987 C 


1 


H H60 



4/29/1987 B 
5/09/1987 A 
5/13/1987 C 
5/14/1987 A 
6/12/1987 A 
6/13/1987 A 
6/16/1987 D 



2 1/07/1987 B 



1 
13 

1 
20 

21 

12 

4 



N 046 

N R'53 

N 046 

N 046 

N L40 
N 

N R'53 



1/08/1987 
1/09/1987 
1/20/1987 
2/-06/1987 
2.'14/1987 
2/16/1987 
3/07/1987 .. 
3/12/1987 C 
3/l2.'1937 A 
3/13/1987 A 
3/16/1987 A 
3/22/1987 D 
3/26/1987 A 
3/28/1987 B 
3/30/1987 B 
4/01/1987 B 
4/02/1987 A 
4/03/1987 A 
5/08/1987 A 
5/23/1987 D 



1 
6 
3 
8 

11 
8 
3 
9 

10 
4 

15 
4 
3 

17 

12 
1 
3 
4 
4 

18 
6 



P N 046 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N L90 
N 030 
N 
N 
E 

N L90 
E 



L90 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1981 



B Y 



U B J E 



CCflF-RflhISE NOT E>;PECTEB ON EHUCATICtJ BILLS 

S'S W^^^^^WZM^ ?i?S IN 2^. 3RAIC 

TEACHING CFEATIONISil PERnlTTEIi 

11^ S^?.f r sSs '^"uNA^^E OF m mis 
^^^I^^^Mm!Wm<m^^^^ hay not last lo yeaf:s 

SCHOOL nMilNGBlCL SHORT OF EXPECTATIONS 
EMPHASIZE ^KTINOCE^WT SAFE F^U« scum 
SATELLITE TEACHING OPEN'S FtfeSIBILITIES 

^'KS'StllJfS TWlmSSm STANDARDS 
cisER'!«TI^sl^f^ STRCNGErSiO^ IN AICS CJRftlCULL^ 

^Tr?f s'sAY^lEs''fc?S^°Tn-rEAR-OLr. -SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 

rnifmi i3F STATE BOARD OF EIDCATION TO REbiGN 

pSk' CHANGES DRAFT AIDS CLIRRICLLUH 

B^D ^EaiCATION APPROVES AIDS CJRRICULUM 

UAunPTH I Tt;TS UAYS TO PELP STATE'S EDLCATION SYSTQ1 
t^TH SAYS F'^SCHOOL F'ROGRAMS COMBAT DTOPQUT RATE 

N.C. KJARD OF EKJCATIC^, MEMBERS ^^^ 

IfTfeSoS/ilf^lEl IWS^ICLAYEI, 

W^tHmMiW^'^jm^^ EDUCATION NOHI^S 

S^rC^lflcfzE^'^Rnr^OE^ i!^1lON NOMINEES 

^J°^°^d1?iS^«^'1^ fkoh house CO^IHEE 

l''^lAE^^§E™™"swPEiyC.ATION PANEL 
Aff'RO^OF KipTMOF ElixATION NOMINEES SPEEIO UP 
OUTSIdS can OFTEN OFFER FRESH OUTLCOh 
STATE a^ERINTENDENT'S SP^CTION C&lftlCAp ISSUE 
FATTIQNS DIFFER ON EDUCATION BOARD HA^E-UP 
MRS.^ SENK RESIGNATIQN LETTER TO COUNTY BOARD 
& OF E^TION CHIEF REF'ORTED CHOSEN 

!^.™Af ^\akES SEAT ON STATE EDUCATION E«^ 

'^•'^SEE'fsO°S™UNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ELECTION i_AUS^ 

^^f APOLCGI^'to'cONGRESSMAN for BALLOT EF.S;OR 
^aEaiWS PEAK THROUGH -87 roLITIM^^ 
REPUH.ICANS SHOU S0!€ ^TER GAINS IN AREn COU^fTIES 
DELEGATE RACE IS ON 
felONi'BO^/iTYHfxS^AG OF F^fSIDB^IAL HOPEFl^S 

N.C. BOARD Cf ETHICS 

^ DC^MeCEi 'pAaNG QUESTIONS ON im HOLDINGS 

N.C. BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS 
SEE ALSO LEGAL EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. BAR EXArtlNATIW 
STATE BAR EXAM DENIED TO .lARTIN AII£ 

N.C. BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMLMERS 
SEE ALSO fEDICAL EXAMINER 

'^PA^^B^J^PoR^To^a^'Ss^ .3F CHIUnREN'S VACCINES 
S ¥"^^1 S^S'I^^ES 129 F.YSICIANS 



C T 


S 


PAffilSiO 1 








1/21/38 


N 
P 


S 
E E 
D — DATE — C - 


L Y § 
-■G L P BYL ^ 


H 


2 5/24/1987 C 


7 P N 


H 


2 6/04/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


1 6/06/1987 C 


o 


N 


S 


2 6/22/1987 A 


1 


N S92 


S 


2 7/02/1987 A 


1 


N S92 


H 


1 9/03/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 9/04/l'?S7 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 9/05/1987 C 


14 


N 


S 


2 9/07/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 9/25/1-987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 10/13/1987 B 


11 


J R53 


H 


3 11/04/1987 C 


1 


N L90 


H 


2 11/05/1937 B 


1 


N L90 


S 


2 11/05/1937 C 


13 


N 


H 


2 11/06/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/07/1987 D 


J 


N 


H 


2 11/07/1987 D 


5 


H 


H 


2 11/25/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/03/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/'04/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/04/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/05/1987 A 


9 


:■ N 


S 


2 12/14/1987 A 


5 


J R53 


S 


2 3/20/1987 A 


4 


E 1 


H 


2 3/25/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 3/27/1987 A 


13 


N R53 


H 


2 4/01/1987 A 


13 


N 046 


S 


2 4/01/1987 C 


9 


PN 


H 


2 4/02/1987 A 


15 


N 1 


H 


2 4/03/1987 A 


14 


'^°t^ 1 


H 


2 4/08/1987 B 


2 


N044 I 


s 


2 4/03/1987 A 


15 


J R-SS I 


s 


2 4/08/1987 C 


3 


^ 1 


H 


2 4/10/1987 A 


16 


N 046 1 


S 


2 4/10/1987 A 


4 


E ■ 


S 


2 4/15/1987 C 


20 


J R53 


s 


2 4/16/1987 B 


6 


J R53 


H 


2 5/01/1987 A 


13 P N A54 


H 


2 5/06/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 5/07/1987 B 


1 


P P 376 


S 


2 5/07/1987 B 


7 


N . 



3/07/1987 D 
9/21/1987 C 
10/28/1987 C 
12/06/1987 D 
12/06/1987 D 
12/14/1987 B 



N 
N M06 

N L40 
T N L40 
C N L40 

N 



S 2 10/22/1987 C 5 N 



H 1 12/'24/1987 B 



H 2 3/17/1987 A 3 N L40 
H 2 5/23/1987 B 6 N 
S 2 6/16/1987 A 10 N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



IH^'^L???"'^ PULLS LICEN.5E OF PSYCHIATRIST 

fflV^ilg^LSyr^Ss^lo^^SlANS 

N.C. BOARD OF NURSING 

SEE ALSO N.C. NURSES EXAM 
SEE ALSO hAJRSES, N.C. 

T^t^To s'Ia'?^ a^^ "^™ ™^" '' '•'' '^^^ 

N.C. BOARD OF PAROLE 

SEE N.C. PAROLE COMMISSION 
SEE PAROLE 

N.C. BOARD OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 

SEE N.C. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 

N.C. BOARD OF TRANSPORTATION 

^E ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 
^ ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 
SEE ALSO TRANSPORTATION 

S^L??Sglffl1s^griT?^^^? 5^¥S ^°^^^-^^^°^ 

MONEY AFf 'ROVED FOR PAVING ROAD ™'ivHruj 

CONTRACT APPROVED FOR ROAD EXTENSION 

STATE CONTRACT MAY BUILD 1ST PARKWAY LEG 

iRANSPORTATiaN BOARD OKS FESTIVAL PRoicT 

M^TINGS SET ON HIGHWAY PRIORITIES 

SOUTHERN PARKUAY TOPS COUNTY'S WISH LIST 

TRIANGLE GROUP PLANS PRESENTATION 

PROTECTING N.C. RIGHTS OF WAY 'WAVE OF FUTURE' 

HILLSBORCUGH-PARK 1-40 PAVING TO BE LET 

PARK-+^ILLSBOROUGH 1-40 PAVING OK'D 

LAST 1-40 PAVI,'« CONTRACT LET 

AREA HIGHWAY IMPFflVEMENTS ARE AFF'ROVED 

STATE ASSURES FUNDS FOR DEAN FR'EEUAY 

tA^i' S^l^?^,*^ nVilQfi FOR FREEWAY EXTENSION 

»2.1 MILLION PACT AWARDQi FOR ROAD WORK 

ISi9 ^^S^ "^S ON TRIAL OVER LAND IN ROAD'S PATH 

SNO PONDER ACQUITTED IN HIGHWAY LAND CASE 

BOArT OKS 1-85 COnIacT^'^ "^^'^ ^^^°^"^ °^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^°^^ 

^,.^^13^ ^-'»0' E^SE CONGESTION AT PARK 
BOARD TO VOTE ON ROAK PLAN 
GRANVILLE, PERSON, VANCE WORK IN PLAN 

il^flc?9^c/b^j'^?il? ^' CRITICAL 'CORRIDOR'S' 

INTERSTATES MAJOR ITEMS IN ORANGE FIANS 

N.C. HIGHWAY PLAN COMPILED IN SECRCT 

«3.2 BILLION STATE HIGHWAY BUILDING PLAN APPROVED 

SOUTjCRN PARKWAY LINK ADDED TO STATE ROAD PLAN 

BRIDGE AT WILMINGTON BEING RENAMED 

N.C. IWRNED TO SAVE RAILWAYS 

^^i^,!^l^W ^'^^ SUBJECT OF CARF'ING 
BOARD SEEKS AID FOR ROAD 

N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 
SEE ALSO BOTANY 
SE ALSO GARDENING, DUWAJ1 
SEE ALSO GARItNIfffi, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PLANTS 
PLANTS HAVE DIFFERENT WAYS OF TOLERATING COLD WEATHFR 

s^^ii^^.?^K H^r^^ ™«^^^' 

NOW IS TIME TO KIU BAGWORMS 

S^£^ SUSIES TREES CAN GROW INDOORS 

PLjWT NAMES ARE OFTEN CONFUSING 

GARDOj TO SF'ONSOR CLASSES ON HERBS, MOSSES, FLOWERS 

GARDEN BOOK PROMOTES HEALTHIER' LIVING 



-DATE- 



PAGE1361 
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S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



2 8/05/1987 C 
2 11/11/1987 C 
2 11/25/1987 C 
2 12/02/1987 C 
2 12/18/1987 A 



3 
10 



N C60 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 2/20/1987 A 11 N 
S 2 3/18/1987 A 9 N 



H 3 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 1 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 



1/14/1987 
1/15/1987 
: 3/14/1987 
4/11/19S7 
4/11/1987 
4/11/1987 ,. 
4/18/1987 C 
5/04/19S7 C 
5/04/1987 
5/06/1987 
5/07/1987 
5/08/1987 
5/09/1987 
7/11/1987 
7/23/1987 
7/24/1987 
8/17/1987 . 
8/18/1987 B 
8/19/1987 D 
3/20/1987 B 
10/10/1937 C 
11/12/1987 C 
11/13/1987 B 
11/13/1987 B 
11/13/1987 B 
11/13/1987 B 
11/13/1987 A 
11/14/1987 
11/17/1987 
11/18/1987 
11/24/1987 
11/25/198 



3 12/30/1987 B 



1 
13 

1 

1 
1 
14 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



N K65 
N 

N R53 
N 046 
N 
N 
N 

N M06 
N M06 
N M06 
N M06 
1 M N B85 



N R53 
N 046 
N H70 
N S51 
N 
N 
N 

N M97 
N L40 
1 M N W82 



N 046 
N 046 
N 046 
N 

J R53 
N 04<S 
M N 046 
N 

J R53 
J R53 
N MIO 



s 


2 


1/02/1987 B 


9 


F 


c 


9 


1/09/1987 B 


9 


F 


s 


2 


1/12/1987 B 


1 


P F 


S 


9 


1/23/1987 B 


9 


F 


s 


9 


2/06/1987 A 


3 


N 


s 


'7 


2/13/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


9 


2/22/1987 D 


9 


N 


H 


2 


3/14/1987 C 


2 


N 



S27 



-LX630- 



rtONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



SUB 



SEEB DIRECTIONS CaW 
GARDEN PLOTS AVAILABLE ^ „^,,^ 

FM^ftU TraiS HA^'E FLObERS m FRUIT 
NX. BOtSiCAL GARI.-EN ADDS '4EEKDffl HOURS 
SOHE N.C. FERNS AREEDIBLE 
HIWINGBIRIS LIKE CERTAIN FIANTS 
BLLE ST«; ACCENTS G^^ 
N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN SETS MAY CLASSES 
^FRB SALE UILL BE l-€LD 
1^'SLETTL^ IS laiCIOUS IN SALABS 
CLEARING Tl€ KEO^D ^^^„„_ 
PAt^CyWA TREE IS EYEH^T^ISIS 
HORSERADISH RODTS 'JORTH COST 

Sal DYES ca'€ fJoh s^^^P? p^a^ 

yiNES Cfii le'ELOP T^ICK L13ILING bTEMS 

TM FOR TRIfB^ING, WEEDING IS NOU 

N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN GETS tlCWtCXiO IN GRANTS 

^^JSe^l^^^IlIW^^^ 

Se^S^^^ giif?Y^rR0i^?S ^Jk AND TI^-CCNSU^NG 

FLOkER'S riRY INTO WC:RKS OF AKT 

CWiON FLOUER ^■IA^ES CCfTUSING ^,„-t 

Maying hantis yiu eat^t kind of insect 

UTMfi RY TT:AP is T^ heel NATIi-t „„ 

SPIkId FLOy^IS OFTCN iJSED IN FLORit AR'R-^«G^.ENTS 

GOLDSkJD BLCC«S T;-W!L!CWjT SUi^ER 

TRUE ROOTS HA'vC HAN'Y RCLE3 

CKRA THirr.tNS AK< LIQUID 

LEAFY VEGETABLES SR'CU i^^I!^,^ 

WOWa^, TDJT CATEff ILLARS DIFFER 

RQTANICAL r^i& TO HCLH OPEN HOUSE ^^ 

N.™ BOTANiWLG^DEN OFFERING SEVER/^ CLASSES 

FAU FOR T*5E FWCELES3 DfNTS 

S S.VhIhlTgJ?? SrAL GARIO OF^ «USE 

FOR T>€ BIRDS 

OFW ICUSE AT GARDDfi ,_„.,„, ™ 

PARAie OF (LOWING COLOR dXTINLES 

[e^^lISe TECMQUES; hop for HO«EOl*£RS... 
^r^IES MIGRATE SOUTH FOR U I NT^ 
BLACK WALNUTS tfS. T0U3H WTS TO CRACK 

ffi^^S ^^.^I.°IS% SF.CIES PROGR^. 

IS^^fti^AD^^^f C^f ?0 GATE ^^ 

OCToM IS KST TIf€ TO P^N SF1<ING GARD^ 

KTAWCAL GAR[£N TO SF^SK? ARB0RETl*1 TOW? 

EACH =£ASC:N HAS ITS UNIQUE S0L9CS 

aWBS EXFlOie WITH CaaR IN FALL 

^ PODS OFFER COLOR «ffi VARIETY 

PLANTS CAN BE 'SCULPTED' 

SERENITY GR-OWS IN OR'IENTW. G^£N 

^lENTW. GARICNS CAN BE AliAF'TED TO THIS ARtA 

^X^ k LOVELY ADDITION TOYARD 

KTANICAL GARia^ SOHiLLES WINTER CLASSES 

EVER'SffP^S BRIGHTEN THE HOf€ 

GREENERY GR-ffWS Sl^;"'I^T|R 

BOTfWICAL GARDEN SEEKS TOU^ KJIKS 

^'^' SEMIN^Y^P^'CFESSCR DUKE CHAPEL SPEAKER 

^^S.^bEy^J'sH tomcr^ at I-JKE CH^ 

READY TO SING ^^^,^ 

^c!«IR FrVfR^NK f^fOm AT DL^ SUNDAY jg , HIT 

DESPITE HAVIf* FILL OF HOT DOGS, FRB'fCh BOYS CHOIR ib A Mil 



J E C T S 


PAGE1362 
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S 


I T 


N E E 


L Y 


P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 2 3/20/1987 B 


1 N 


H 2 3/20/'i987 A 1 


2 N 


S 2 4/03/1987 B 


2 N 


H 2 4/10/1987 C 


6 N 


S 2 4/10/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 4/17/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 4/24/1987 A 


8 F 


H 2 4/26/1987 C 


5 N U80 


S 2 4/30/1987 D 10 N 


S 2 5/01/1987 B 


1 F 


H 2 5/06/1987 A 


2 N 


S 2 5/1)3/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 5/15/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 5/22y'1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 5/29/1987 3 


2 F 


S 2 6/05/1987 A 


7 F 


H 2 6/12/1937 B 


5 N 


S 2 6/12/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 6/19/1987 B 


2 F 


H 2 6/20/1987 B 


4 N U80 


S 2 6/26/1987 B 


3 N _, 


S 2 7/0^'1987 A 


6 P F 327 


S 2 7/03/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 7/10/1987 B 


1 F 


S 2 7/17/ 19S7 B 


2 F 


S 2 7/24/1987 B 


3 F 


S 2 7/31/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 8/07/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 3/14/1937 B 


3 F 


S 2 8/21/1987 B 


3 F 


3 2 3/28/1937 B 


2 F 


H 2 ?/0-2/'l?-87 B 


10 N 


S 2 9/02/1987 B 


2 N 


S 2 9/03/1937 D 


5 I 


S 2 9/04/1987 3 


2 F 


S 2 9/05/1987 C 


1 N K65 


H 2 9/06/1987 C 


1 P P 


H 2 9/08/1987 B 


7 P P M66 


S 2 9/U/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 9/12/1987 C 


1 P P M66 


H 2 9/14/1987 A 


6 P F Zll 


S 2 9/13/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 9/25/1987 A 


3 F 


H 2 9/26/1987 A 


14 N 


H 2 9/30/1987 C 


2 N 


S 2 10/02/1987 B 


3 F 


3 2 10/09/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 10/16/1987 B 


1 F 


H 2 10/17/1987 C 


6 N 


S 2 10/23/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 10/30/1987 A 


9 F 


S 2 11/06/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 11/13/1937 B 


2 F 


S 2 11/20/1987 A 


7 F 


S 2 11/27/1987 B 


3 F 


S 2 12/04/1987 A 


3 N 


H 2 12/11/1987 C 


6 N 


S 2 12/11/1987 B 


2 F 


S 2 12/13/1987 B 


2 F 


H 3 12/22/1987 C 


4 N 


H 2 5/'30/1987 A 


6 I 


H 2 6/02.1937 C 


12 U U66 


S 2 6/04/1987 D 


7 P F 


H 2 6/(S/1987 D 


6 P P 


H 2 6/12/1987 D 


3 R Die 


H 2 6/23/1987 C 


12 U W66 


H 2 7/15/1987 3 


S P N 'J66 


H 2 7/21/1987 B 


1 U H45 



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ANNUAL INDFX 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



Br SUBJECTS 



CHOIR BROUGHT MUSIC, GOOD UILL 

BOYS CHOIR CONCERT FRIDAY; 'HALLOWEEN' EXTENDED 

PLAN ON AN DJTERTAINING HOLIDAY 

BIGGEST BOYS CHOIR SINGS FOR CHRISTMAS 

BOY CHOIR PERFORMANCES AttONG SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SERVICES IN AREA 



N.C. BOYS STATE 

SEE BOYS' STATE (UAKE 



■CREST UNIV.) 



N.C. BUDGET ADVISORY COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

N.C. BUILDING COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. CAPITAL BUILDING AUTHORIH 
GOVERNOR THREATeJS SUIT 

pgJpCRATS, REPUBLICANS EXCHANGE BITTER CHARGES 
REPUBLICANS FAIL TO HALT BILL 
GOP CHAIRMAN BLASTS ICMOCRATS 
WELFARE REFORM BILL BACKED BY LT. GOV. JORDAN, SENATOR 

N.C. CAMPAIGN FUND 

HUNT CAMPAIGN FIfO BY ELECTION COMMIHEE 
HUNT CAMPAIGN ORISANIZATION FINED $2,500 

N.C. CAPITAL BUILDING AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO N.C. BUILDING COMMISSION 
DURHAM FIRM TO DESIGN MUSEUM 
DURHAM FIRM TO DESIGN, BUILD RALEIGH MUSEUM 
GOVERNOR THREATErC SUIT 

?S?,£?OIS' REPUBLICANS EXCHANGE BITTER CHARGES 
REPUBLICANS FAIL TO HALT BILL 
GOP CHAIRMAJ^ BLASTS DEMOCRATS 
l€LFAR£ R-EFORM BILL BACKED BY LT. GOV. JORDAN, SENATOR 

N.C. CAPITAL PLANNING COMMISSION 

STATE CAPITOL LANDSCAPING PLAN BACKED 

N.C. CAPITOL 

SEE N.C. STATE CAPITOL 

N.C. CAUCUS OF BLACK DEMOCRATS 
SEE N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

N.C. CENTER FOR CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHERS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHY 
PHOTOGRAPHY GROUP TO MEET 

N.C, CENTER FOR PEACE EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO PEACE 
CONCERT PROMOTES FtACE 
S.E. ASIA TOUR MAKES IMPRESSION 
CENTER FOR PEACE PLANS yORK-A-THON 
EDICATORS UILL DISCUSS HOU TO TEACH, THINK 
MEETING UILL ADDRESS NEW 'JAYS TO THINK 
SOVIETS' VISIT CALLED 'CITIZEN DIPLOMACY' 

N.C. CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY RESEARtH 

h^^?i;5^f*^.STILL ADDING SPECIAL PROVISIONS 
UATKINS BLASTS CENTER ON FTOVISICNS 
EDMONDSON ELECTED TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

^^J^U° PI'^'^' -^^'GES DESERVES MERIT 

St^d'I^^I^Se^.^^^^ '' °°°" '•'' '™' ^' 

ffi ^gSi^i.^¥°^JSL^l^aiPS^°™ ''''''''''' 

center: PORK BARREL PROCESS HAS IMPROVED 



-DATE- 



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



2 7/27/1987 A 
2 12/15/1987 A 
2 12/17/1987 D 
2 12/18/1987 D 
2 12/19/1987 A 



4 

13 P 
3 P 



L 

U W66 
I 
N 
I 



4/07/1987 A 1 P N 

4/09/1987 C 6 N 

4/10/1987 A 16 N 

4/12/1987 A 17 N 

4/14/19S7 C 12 N 



S 2 2/03/1987 C 6 N 
H 2 2/04/1987 BAN 



H 


'1 


2/05/1987 C 


A 


H 


S 


o 


2/05/1987 A 


1 


N 


y 




4/07/1987 A 


1 


P N 


H 




4/09/1987 C 


A 


N 


H 


2 


4/10/1987 A 


M 


N 


H 




4/12/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 


4/14/1987 C 


12 


N 



H 2 7/01/1987 C 



3 


9 


2/12/1987 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 


5/14/1987 n 


12 


N B71 


H 


2 


3/10/1987 A 


13 


P N U55 


S 


2 


10/28/1987 C 


20 


N 


S 


2 


11/17/1987 B 


1 


N E85 


s 


2 


11/28/1987 C 


1 


N LBS 


s 


2 


12/01/1987 C 


1 


N B85 


H 


9 


3/02/1987 A 


1 


N 


S 


9 


3/10/1987 A 


5 


J R53 


S 


9 


4/16/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 


6/17/1987 C 


n 


N 


3 




6/24/1987 A 


1 


N B85 


S 




6/29/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


6/30/1987 A 


12 


J 


H 


9 


7/02.' 1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


o 
^ 


9/26/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


n 


10/14/1987 A 


13 P N 


H 


9 


10/21/1987 A 


13 


H 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



E 

D — DATE- 



S 

E 

— C -F-G 



ISS fJ^'^i^r^'imm STATE 

N,C. CENTER FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF TEACHING 
^TE^h^P^oT^Ef^E^S OFFICERS 

^'•^SEE^aJ^ ^l^^ST. '^AT^Ws OF SPECIFIC CRIMES) 
SEE ALSO LAW ENFOR'CEMENT 
MEBA^E MAN JOINS CENTER'S BOARD 

N.C. CENTRAL PRISON 
SEE CBffRAL PRISON 
SEE PRISONS, N.C. 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. 

NCCU HONORING KING 

SSi^T K^bKIHIs, INaUDING N.C. CENTRAL 
NCOJ IS NOT 'CENTRAL' ^^ , 
ATHLETIC FEES HIKED AT NCCU 

CHAMKR^ NCCu'aGAIN TADO^ DURHAM COUffTY RACE RELATIONS 
N^. CENTRAL TO BE SITE OF TESTS Fi3R ADULTS 
NCCU SITE OF CaLEGE TEST PRBGRAM 

qiPPLYIJJG'^OLYMPIANS' TOGS IS A HERDJLEAN TASK 

i ?fMi!:.ffi"cHS^^^ OF ^.cu 

KS^H^S S ^^rI Vi^S _ 

SPOTLIGHT'S ON NCCU WRING INAUGURAL WEEK 
BLACK COLLEGES URGED TO SEEK BEST PUPILS 
BU^CK COLLEGES MUST ADAPT FOR SURVIVAL 
RICHMOND OUTLINES NCCU ACTION PLAN^ 
Dlfl^E, NCCU CAI€TS TO HONOR VETERANS 
TOBACCO KEY TO DUWAM'S HISTORY 
LEAFIWRKERS RECWJ. HARD TIMES 

N r CENTRAL UNIV., ADMINISTRATION u 

NCCU TRIBTEES OK TUO FOR VACANT POSTS » 



2 11/03/1987 A 
2 12/02/1987 A 



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1/21/88 

I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

J R53 
N L40 



S 2 12/18/1987 C 3 N 



H 1 5/19/1937 C 1 N 



H 


1 


1/13/1987 B 


10 N 


H 


9 


2/03/1987 C 


1 P P 


S 


7 


2/04/1987 C 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


2/14/1987 C 


2 N N80 


H 


9 


3/04/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


9 


3/12/1987 A 


1 P N S92 


3 


9 


3/27/1987 C 


1 P P F70 


S 


9 


3/23/1987 B 


1 N U82 


H 


9 


6/03/1987 C 


6 N 


S 


2 


6/30/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


7/03/1937 B 


1 N ^ 


H 


9 


7/17/1987 B 


2 P F H45 


H 


2 


8/21/1987 B 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


3/23/1937 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


9 


9/15/1987 B 


1 P N N36 


s 




10/09/1987 A 


1 P N 392 


H 


2 


10/11/1987 D 


4 E 


s 


9 


10/12/1987 A 


3 N S92 


s 


9 


10/15/1987 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


10/19/1987 A 


1 N S92 


8 


9 


11/09/1987 B 


8 N 


S 


9 


12/01/1987 A 


1 N W82 


S 


9 


12/01/1987 A 


1 N U82 



^•^- iffil^^^RivSOcCU «ORE TOP STUDENTS 

^JK^'sStoS^i-A^SG^K^HOLARtV ATHLETES 

^•'^' F^'e'^KS^d'aKVor ^ccu's alumni ,^^ 

CENTRAL alumnus fWMED TO CONN. HIGH COURT 
TOP ALUWJUS 

N.C. CENTF'AL UNIV., ASSAULTS 

ii f^ l± ffi UnI^:: S^Api^^^^RAPE attempts 
H AL^ N C CENr^AL UNIV., SECURITY POLICE 
NCOJ STuiiENTS TO PROTEST CAMPUS SECURITY 

NCCU OFFICIAL VCU3 f« SECURITY rH^^^ 
NCCU OFFICIALS VOU TO TIbHTEN bECURITY 
MAN IS SOUGHT IN NCCU ATTACK 
nVc. CENTRAL SECURITY REQUIRES COOPERATION 
NCCU BEEFS UP SECURITY FOFCES 



2 4/16/1987 B 1 N C60 

2 5/09/1987 A 15 N 080 

2 8/23/1987 A 1 P N N36 

2 11/26/1987 D 3 U L41 



2 5/29/1987 B 1 N N36 
2 9/24/1987 B 8 N 
2 10/09/1967 C 1 N L90 



S 2 4/07/1987 A 
H 2 7/10/1987 B 
S 2 12/10/1987 A 



E 

N N80 
P P S76 



9/16/1987 A 
9/17/1987 A 
y/17/1987 C 
9/17/1987 C 
9/20/1987 D 
9/22/1987 A 



N H51 
p N N36 



1 P N S92 




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1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



B Y 



ARREST IS MADE IN SEF'T, 14 ATTACK ON NCCU STUDENT 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTR'AL UNIV. SPORTS 
BOYD LEAVES NCCU AD POSITION 
ED BOYD QUITS AS EAGLES' AD 
EAGLES SEEK AD 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
NCOJ TO REUAR:D TOP TEACHERS, RESEARCHERS 
FRYE TO BE SPEAKER AT NCCU 
FRYE LAUDS ^CCU AIM FOR EXCELLENCE 
FRYE HAS GOOD ADVICE FOR NCCU'S ALUMNI 

people; NCCU STureffrs receive recognition on awards day 

19 on faculty, staff to be honored at NCCU 
♦SOAR like eagles,' NCCU SPEAKER SAYS 

N.C. CE^ffRAL UNIV., BUDGET 

FEE HIKE SAID TOO LITTLE FOR NCCU SPORTS NEEDS 

BOYD LEAVES NCCU AD POSITION 

HOU BUDGET WILL AFFECT TRIANGLE 

NCCU WOILD GET $24 MIUION IN BUDGET 

BOARD SEEKS $1.3 BILLION UNC BUDGET 

UNC BUDGET APPROVED 

NCCU ENROLLMDff CLIMB AIDS FUNDING 

N.C. CEfffRAL UNIV. , BUSINESS ASSOCIATES 

'ASfu IZl Sl-^k^'' ^^ ^"^^^^ ™ UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS 
GAIL BLACKBURN NAMED TO RU^J NCCU'S BUSINESS ASSOCIATES 

^''^' ^WrS^rl^l!i'r!,S'^^^^ couNsaiNG and placement bureau 

SCHOOL DISTRICTS RECRUITING AT NCCU 
N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CHANCELLOR 

y^ ?:''^,^b?5, P ^''IS'J, 5T BLACK HISTORY CELEBRATION 

SECRETARY TO 5 NCCU CHANCELLORS RETIRIfW 
SPOTLIGHT'S ON NCCU DURING INALiGURAL WEEK 
NCCU LISTS INAUGUR'AL EVENTS 
k^^iSfri^/SS T^^'^ CHANCELLOR BEGINS AT 10 

HIS SUCCESSES AS AN ADHiNIST!;:ATOR PULLED RICHMOND FROM TLASSRHOM 
Tlf CHANCELLORSHIP! OFFICE, COMMIT^B^T, AND CHALLENGE ■'^'^•'^^™ 
THE succession: the LEADER'S BATON IS PASSED OnT.. 
RICHMOND OUTLINES NCCU ACTION PLAN 
NCCU MAKES IT OFFICIAL 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., COMMOCEMENT 

^^T^?[!r!:!*F; cejTRAL univ., honorary degrees 

AREA HOTELS BOOKED FOR GRADUATION ''^""^"-^"^"' 
ANOTHER SCHOa YEA"? COMING TO AN Em 
NCCU GRADS SEE A COLORBLIND FUTURE 
SWOJTING GRADUATES OF AREA UNIVERSITIES 
NCCU TO HONOR VIRGINIA OFFICIAL 
THE BIG DAY DRAWS NEAR 

!^ik^,^^i!^'^f^yn^^''^S T° S^^' ""'ER HORIZONS 
670JCCU GRADS URGED NOT TO LET MINDS GET FLABBY 
fSSFi^t^S GRADUATION DAY BRINGS PRIIt, JUBILATION 
GRADUATES MARCH IN TO THE 'REAL WORLD' '^'^"-"""" 
DURHAM-AREA RESIDENTS GRADUATE FROM NCCU 



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S I T 


N 


E ELY 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 10/03/1987 C 1 N 


H 


2 7/09/1987 D 1 P N CJ4 


S 


2 7/09/1987 B 2 P N 


S 


2 7/10/1987 D 2 N FS2 


S 


2 3/28/1987 B 1 N S92 


S 


2 4/01/1987 A 7 P N 


S 


2 4/03/1987 A 1 P N S92 


S 


2 4/07/1987 A 4 E 


H 


2 4/09/1987 B 6 N 


H 


2 4/30/1987 C 6 N 


S 


2 11/06/1987 A 1 P N B85 


S 


2 3/13/1987 C 1 N S92 


H 


2 7/09/1987 D 1 P N C36 


H 


2 9/06/1987 A 1 N 046 


S 


2 8/06/1987 C 1 N 


H 


2 8/25/1987 A 1 N L90 


H 


2 8/29/1987 C 1 N MIO 


S 


2 9/17/1987 A 1 N S92 


IS H 


2 4/23/1987 D 10 P N 


S 


2 4/24/1987 B 5 P N 


H 


2 4/26/1937 C 15 P N 


H 


2 1/31/1987 B 5 N 


H 


2 2/04/1987 D 5 P N 


CU H 


2 8/23/1987 A 1 P N N36 


S 


2 9/12/1987 C 1 N 


H 


2 9/23/1987 C 1 P N N36 


H 


2 10/11/1987 D 4 E 


H 


2 10/13/1987 B 3 P N 


H 


2 10/17/1987 A 1 N 


H 


2 10/13/1937 A 1 P N fJ36 


H 


2 10/18/1987 A 12 P N fJ36 


H 


2 10/18/1987 A 12 P N f(36 


H 


2 10/13/1987 A 13 P N 


H 


2 10/18/1987 A 13 P N 


H 


2 10/18/1987 A 14 P N 


H 


2 10/18/1987 A 14 P N 


S 


2 10/19/1987 A 1 N S92 


S 


2 10/19/1987 A 4 E 


H 


2 2/07/1987 A 11 P N 


S 


2 2/07/1987 C 1 N 


S 


2 4/23/1987 A 13 N 


H 


2 4/24/1987 B 3 N 


H 


2 5/05/1987 A 1 N A54 


H 


2 5/08/1987 A 16 P P X48 


H 


2 5/09/1987 A 1 p N N36 


H 


2 5/09/1987 A 4 E 


H 


2 5/09/1987 A 8 N 


H 


2 5/09/1987 A 14 P P .X37 


S 


2 5/09/1987 A 1 P N B85 


H 


2 5/10/1987 A 1 P N J40 


H 


2 5/10/1987 A 14 P P K30 


H 


2 5/11/1987 B 1 P F Zll 


S 


2 6/23/1987 A 16 N 



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12/31/1937 



Y SUBJECTS 



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f-eofie: riJKE doctcrm. stuknt wins rih<ight wm 

N.C. CENTRAL mW., CONCERTS 

'^'fi^TsAf^v^ HAS r^TE IN imm 

^^fj? 'uaEeNT^F aT^'?^ PSe buck PH.B'S, GR^NT HOtCY 
•^iwiol^ CON'JENTICN- to CON^E at N.C. CENTRA. 
N.C. CENTRIC. UNW., COWCCATION 

Wk K'^V'K TO HELP Or^ SUCCEED 
N.C. CENTRAL UNW., CRIilES ^^^^ 

E ^E '± Kh S:, ^fm^^P^ ATTEMPTS 
BRW-IN CAU LEADS TO STOLEN KEYS, CAR 

Sa^S liSo^OoJ'sSlW^S DEATH Cf STLTCNT 

^ ST^DJTS TO raTEST CAm.S SECURITY 

^ OFFICIAL VCUS r£U SECURITY RULEb 

^ OFFICIALS WJ TO TI6HTBJ SECURITY 

^•S NEW rtkiSL'FtS BAI. FOR lUBLIC L^AGt 

HX. CENTRAL S£Cb1<ITY FEGUIRES OJOFtFATION 

S! HI?! 1^"'?5'^*« HIS ICTICS 

STITH HO^'T QUIT ^CaJ BOARD POST 
'CALiSE laj- SOWED' 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. CLW<ICULl>l __ 

Im) ■^ADS SEE A COLORBLIND FUTJ?E 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., D0RMITCRIE3 ^„,.^_ 
SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNiy., STUIGfT HOUSING 

N.C. CENTRAL LINW., EDUH<AREFRt3GRAM 

^EiSe'f^S: Si T^^K^ CLASSES CAN REST EASY 

'''' 'Sm^^oi HjSeLLORS RETIRING 

'•'' ^sSo^G^^f ^sSEu'S Bmm, f-jnd 

N.C. CENTRAL LiNW., ,|NR:C-LL(1ENT sT'TCJTS 

^rS^Af^iyl'^A^^I^BLE^-^^VEFftOUING 
4'nEU MARD ffi«ER-£ TAJ^E SEATS AT NCOJ 
NCOi ENfi13LLiiDJT CLl^ AIDS FWDir« 
T>€ TRIANGLE OT-LEGE TALLY 



1, 



Sl 5RGUTH ^ATE PROJECTED FOR LM: SYSTEM 



BLACe; E*!0LLEWT IN UNC SYSTEii ItCLINIf^G 

N.C. CENTRAL LWV., FACULH ,^,_„., 

YaJNGSTERS CAN LEARN ABOUT rCTEORb 
NOU TO REWARD TOP TEACHERS, REoEARChERS 
NCCU TR-USTEE5 OK TWO FOR '-lACANT rCbTS 



S 
p D — DATE — C H=-ij 
H 2 7/09/1987 B 2 



I T 
L Y 



BYL 



H 2 4/21/1987 A 13 P U U66 

S 2 6/23/1987 A 16 N 

S 2 6/25/1987 D 7 P N 

H 2 6/26/1987 D 4 P F U66 



H 2 10/10/1987 C 1 N {G6 
S 2 10/10/1987 A 2 P P K30 
H 2 i0/22.'i987 A 17 P N 



H 2 2/21/1987 B 6 N 
H 2 4/04/1987 C 1 P N J40 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 



1/16/1987 A 

4/13/1937 B 

8/30/1987 C 

9/16/1987 A 

9/17/1987 A 

9/17/1987 C 

9/18/1987 A 

9/20/1987 D 

9/22/'' 1987 A 

9/25/1987 C 

U/10/1987 C 

11/11/1987 A 

11/19/1987 B 

11/19/1987 C 

11/20/1987 B 

: 11/22/1987 D 

; 11/24/1987 C 

[ 12/02/1987 A 



2 N 
1 N fSl 
1 N (61 
1 N ffil 
1 P N N36 
1 P N S92 
4 E 
E 

N fJ36 
N r51 
N N36 
E 

N fa6 
N B85 
N (G6 
E 

N fOA 
L 



4 

1 ! 

1 

1 

4 

1 

1 

1 

4 

1 

4 



H 2 5/09/1987 A 1 P N M36 

H 2 4/06/1987 B 1 P N C80 
H 2 9/23/1987 C 1 P N N36 



2 2/16/1987 B 1 F' P 327 
-> 3/28/1987 B 1 N S92 
2 4/16/1987 B 1 N C60 



H 


2 3/12/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 


2 5/29/1987 B 
2 3/20/1987 3 
2 9/17/1987 B 
2 9/17/1987 A 
2 ll/12y'1987 A 
2 11/13/1987 C 
2 11/16/1987 B 


-7 

8 


N N36 
N N36 
N ^^36 
!j S92 

N L90 . 
N 080 



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1/01/1987 



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12/31/l?a7 



Y SUBJECT 



NCO) TO HONOR 14 FACULTY, STAFF MEMBERS 
IL?!*X^^^' STAFF TO BE HONORED AT NCCU 
FACULTY MEMBERS GET GRANTS AT NCCU 
COUNCILHAN-NCCU PRUF NAMED KaLOGG FELLOW 
NCCU FACULTY MEMBER'S TO GET $1,000 PAY BOOST 

FIRSt'^LADY OF^DUCATION ^^^^^ ^^"^™'^^ °^ '^^^^ HELPLESSNESS' 

'l^S'^offi^Lffi,^^^' F'TOHIBITEIi FROM SERVING 

Tyo SUCCESSFUL WOMBJ 

ISLAM! MALIGNED, MISWffiERSTOOD 

SAVE THE LAST DANCE FOR HER 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., FACULTY' SALARIES 

NCCU TO RBJARD TCP TEACHERS, RESEAR'CHERS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., FACULTY SEhlATE 
NCCU IS NOT 'CENTRAL' 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. , FORUMS 

SEE W^Sg N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CONFERBCES 
CITY OFFICIALS SAY fCDIA POlCRFll, BUT LACK DEPTH 

^•'^* fif!;!^ ^^^' ' FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES 

?Ml?^V"^ls^K^BY^J^° ™^™^^'S ^'^'^ 

NCCU MAKES GOOD MOVE TO BAN HAZING 
NOT BOOTS FRATER'NITY AFTER PLEDGES HURT 
NOT RIGHT TO FfNISH ITS OFFENDING FRATERNITY 
NOT ACTION CORRECT IN FRAT PUNISHMENT 

1912 hazing tragedy at unc resulted in state lau 
f'SI^TdI? Km-''™ ™' '''^'' "^ ^™^^ 

ffis^^oS^S^^^TuS^KlKKK 

mm MD( TERRIFIED HIM, DRIVER TESTIFIES 

MOTIONTO DISMISS HIT-RUN CASE DENIED 

APEX TEEN WHO RAN INTO BLINDFOLDEIi FRAT PLEICES ACQUITTED 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 

MY^fER^^fM^i We^ ThcT '''''' ™ ''''^^'''' ^'^'^S 
NCCU GETS $6,000 GIFT 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., GRANTS 

NOT GETS $500,000 IN 1ST QUARTER 

NCCU TO AID BLACK SMOKERS' STUDY 

FACULH MEMBERS GET GRANTS AT NCCU 

NCCU GRANT WILL HELP SINGLE PARENTS FINISH EDUCATION 

«40p,000 GRANT BOOSTS NCCU'S ENIOUMENT FUND 

GRANT MOMEY TO HELP NCCU 'CAPTURE PAST' 

I^E wI'^CrTgR^NTs"^' '° ™'' '''''' '''™ ™ -^^ 

l^^J^WrWrW ^ HIWANITIES AWARIiS 
NOT PROF TO START AIDS PROGRAM FOR INMATES 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. , HISTORY 

NCCU DEPARTMENT MARKS 50TH BIRTHDAY 

THE succession: the LEADER'S BATON IS PASSED ON... 

'BARWAR'D NO FIACE FOR THE EAGLE,' DR. EDMONDS TaLS NCCU STUIOTS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., HOMECOMING 

^sk'^^K II S SA^R^^h^^ '''' "" ^^=^^^ 

N.C^jCENTRAL UNIV. , HONORARY DEGREES 

^r^^n'*AH;r,R^I[^'- ^I"^" COMMENCEMENT 
NOT TO AWARD HONORARY DEGREE TO DOUGLAS WILDER 
VIRGINIA OFFICIAL TO SPEAK AT NCCU COWEnSt 



N 

P 

S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 

•3 
H 
H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



S 

E 

— DATE — C 

4/28/1937 A 

4/30/1987 C 

5/26/1987 A 

7/18/1987 C 

8/13/1987 B 

10/03/1987 A 

11/05/1987 

11/25/1987 

11/25/1987 

12/03/1987 

12/10/1987 



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I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N B85 

E 

N tm 

L 
L 
P T37 



3/23/1987 3 1 N S92 



3/04/1987 A 4 E 



S 2 11/24/1987 C 1 P N H70 



2 3/21/1987 C 
2 3/21/1987 B 
2 3/24/1987 A 
2 3/:'3/1987 A 
2 3/31/1987 A 
2 5/13/1987 A 
2 5/16/1987 A 
2 5/16/1987 A 
2 5/24/1987 C 
2 6/23/1987 C 
2 11/27/1987 B 
2 12/08/1987 C 
2 12/09/1987 C 
2 12/10/1987 B 
2 12/11/1987 B 
2 12/12/1987 C 



N 
N 

N S92 
N S92 
E 

N M51 
E 
E 

U L57 
N S82 
N 
N 

N S82 
N S32 
N 382 
N S82 



H 2 4/23/1987 D 10 P N 
S 2 4/23/1987 D 4 N 
S 2 6/30/1987 C 12 N 



s 


2 


2/11/1937 A 


15 


N 


s 


■■} 


2/12/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/26/1987 A 


12 


N 


S 


9 


7/01/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


9 


8/12/1987 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 


8/31/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 




9/08/1987 A 


8 


N 


S 


2 


9/10/1987 A 


18 


N 


H 


-f 


U/26/1987 B 


11 


N 


c 


n 


12/16/1987 A 


1 


N B8; 



H 2 4/14/1987 B 2 P U H45 

H 2 10/18/1987 A 14 P N 

H 2 11/07/1987 C 1 P N N36 

H 2 10/28/1987 D 1 N C68 

H 2 10/31/1987 B 16 N 



S 2 4/23/1987 A 13 N 
H 2 4/24/1987 B 3 N 



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ANNUAL 
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12y-31/1987 



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NCCU TO HONOR yiRGI,*JIA OFFICML ^„„nMC 

WILDER TELLS fCCU GRADS TO SEEK WIDER HORIZONS 
670 ^ 6RADS URGED NOT TO LET MINDS GET FLABBY 

N.C. CEhfTRAL UNIV., LAWSUITS 

^^cg]^A^^^i5E;ors8?TT|LTING DEATH OF STUDENT 

N.C. CENTW^ UNIV., MARSHALL 

NTOJ tWMES DR. BR-OUN FIRST MARSHALL 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., MURDER 
SEE ALSO MURIER, DURHAM 
si AL^ nTc. CENTR'AL UNIV.. ASSAULTS 
SEE m:M N.C. central UNIV., CRIMES 

^"^f^l Itffl'sS Ws^cS DEATH OF STUIENT 

NOU STUIOTS TO PROTEST CAMPUS SECURITY 

NTCU OFFICIAL VOUS ^EU SECURITY RULES 

^ OFFICIALS VOW TO TIGHTEN SECURITY 

^'S NEW (IaSURES BAD FO? PUBLIC IMAGE 

fx, CENTRALSECURITY REQUIRES COOP-ER'ATTO^ 

"^ SsVgEK \^l DEATH OF SMCNT 

'''' ^NgS«?.^*foSiET^TICE. SINGER 

N.C. CENTRAL UfilV., RAPES AtfD RAPE AUEMF'TS 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ASSAULTS 
SEE w:^ N.C. CENTR'AL UNIV., CRIMES 
SEE ALSO RAPE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO RAPE ATTEMPTS, DURHAM 

^kIU BEEFS UP SECURITY FORCES 

COURT UPHOLDS MAGISTWlTE'S CONVICTION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. REGISTRATION 

REGIS^ATION SET AT NCCU SATURDAY 
N.C. CENTRAL LINE UP 

'•'^WscfcJlPs'rjE'^SO f^S OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 
FEE HIKE SMIi TOO LITTLE FOR NCCU SPORTS NEEDS 
iio.OOO GRANT BOOSTS NCCU'S ENDOWMENT FUND 
SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SECURITY POLICE _ 
^FE ALSO nTc. central UNIV., ASSAULTS 
-^'nCCu'sTUDENTSTOFI^OTESTCWIJS SECURITY 

NCCU OFFICIAL VOkS NEW SECURITY RULES 
Su OFF C ALS VOW TO TIGHTEN SECURITY 
NKU'SfCW MEASURES BAD FOR PUBLIC IMAGE 
NX. CENTRAL SECURITY REQUIRES COOPERATIO^J 

IS Ss^y^S^ I'fo iCATH OF STurea 

UPGRAdS SECURITY AT N.C. COTRAL REDUCES STUDENTS' COMFtAINTS 

^^AN^^'pSSE^VE^'fo'^aliiiS BY NCCU-S TRUSTEES 
NOT TRUSTEES DELAY ACTION ON SECURIH MOVES 

^ !^S "^LiT^CHANGE HIS TACTICS 
STITH WON'T QUIT NCCU BOARD F-OST 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SEMINAR;S 

SEMINARS STUDY WOMEN WRITERS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SPEAKERS 



— DATE- 



S 

E 
C -PG 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



BYL 



2 5/09/1987 A 8 N 
2 5/09/1987 A 1 P N B85 
2 5/10/1987 A 1 P N J40 



8/30/1987 C 1 N M51 
9/16/1937 A 1 N M51 
9/25/1987 C 1 N M51 



2 3/17/1987 C 4 N 



H 


O 


4/13/1987 B 1 


N M51 


H 


n 


3/30/1987 C 1 


N M51 


H 


2 


9/16/1987 A 1 


N M51 


H 


2 


9/17/1987 A 1 


P N N36 


S 


7 


9/17/1987 C 


P N S92 


S 


1 


9/18/1987 A ' 


) E 


H 


? 


9/20/1987 D 


\ E 


H 


2 


9/22/1987 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


9 


9/25/1987 C 


1 N M51 


H 


9 


3/29/1987 C 16 P N 



H 2 9/22/1987 A 1 P N N36 
H 2 10/08/1987 B 1 N L40 



H 2 5/12/1987 C 



n 

H 


2 8/25/1987 B 


1 P 


P T37 


S 


2 3/13/1987 C 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 8/12/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/23/1987 C 


3 F 


P T37 


H 


2 9/16/1987 A 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 9/17/1987 A 


1 P N N36 


S 


2 9/17/1987 C 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 9/18/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 9/20/1987 D 


4 


C 


H 


2 9/22/1987 A 


1 F 


N N36 


H 


2 9/25/1987 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 10/03/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 11/10/1987 C 


1 


N N36 


S 


2 11/11/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/19/1987 B 


1 


N N36 


s 


2 11/19/1987 C 


1 


N B85 


H 


2 11/20/1987 B 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 11/22/1987 D 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/24/1987 C 


1 


N N36 


S 


2 9/03/1987 D 


3 P N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 - 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUB 



COLLEGES, COMMUNITY MARK KING BIRTHDAY 

EI'^JIP^I^S ^'If^G OUT DURING CELEBRATION 

BLACK RELIGION FOCUS OF LECTURES 

FRYE TO BE SPEAKER AT NCCU 

FRYE LAUDS NCCU AIM FOR EXCELLENCE 

DLRHAM BUSINESS CHAIN SEEKS INDEPENDENCE 

l^ S'SJISk'-2?^t!J£; '^"'ICE, COHMIThENT, AND CHALLENGE 

DR. EDtlONDS TO SF€AK AT FOUNDER'S DAY 

NCOJ CHAIRMAN TO GIVE ADDRESS 

ElttONDS TO BE FOUNDER'S DAY SPEAKER AT NCCU 

CHIEF JUSTICE EXTOLLS fEOFlE O'vER 'PAPER' 

FORUM SCHEI.tJLED ON FOREIGN POLICY 

DR. EDMOfffiS TO SPEAK AT NCCU 

liS^dWt^ EAGLES,' NCDJ .SPEAKER SAYS 

CT» a'^^rIss'^S ^?F¥f0 Sfeu™'^' ^^^ '''' ''''^'' 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SPORTS 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUICNT FEES 
ATHLETIC FEES HIKED AT NCCU 
FEE HIKE SAID TOO LITTLE FOR NCCU SPORTS NEEDS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENT HE/y.TH 

FLU BUG HITS UNC; SKIPS DUCE, NCCU 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. , STUDENT HOUSING 

EAGLE LOSES PEK'CH ON LOGO FOR CENTRAL 
NiL. CENTRAL REVERSES VACANCY PROBLEM— DORMS OVER'aOUING 
NCCU FACES $100,000 SUIT IN SHOOTING DEATH OF STUDENT 
N.C. CENTRAL SECURITY REQUIRES COOPERATION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENT LOAf^S 

SEE AL^ COLLEGES, N.C, STUDE^^• LOANS 
SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN PROGR'AM 

STUIOrr BCRROUING HaDING STEADY AT DUKE 

CITY COLLEGES RISK LOSS OF STUDENT LOANS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENTS 

'^^ON^-SoNg^^Jf-NcTsfuEESyi^^^ '^'^ 
^^"^NO^SSaSCE-TEACHING IN DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL 

^T^I?yV'^Gls'l,^S'B?'^lR''^ ™'''"^^'^ ''^- 
}M?^Jf^ STUDENTS I£NY HAZING ACCIDENT 
Nay MAKES GOOD mi'E TO BAN HAZING 
H^T STUDENT'S MOTHER HIRES AN ATTORNEY 

^i8^'^*NS^^6L«^sS^sS^"°'^ '' '"'''' ^^ 

NCCU STUDENT HONORED = ^i" 

MS. SMITH HONORED 

NaU BOOTS FRATERNITY AFTER PLEDGES HURT 

NOU RIGHT TO PUNISH ITS OFFBJDING FRATERNITY 

NCCU ACTION CORRECT IN FRAT PUNISHfCNT 

2^rer«"gSfn^^T ™ ^^^^ '^'^^^ 

^^JW/^^^^ ™ SOUR KEfJYAN MAN ON U.S. 

2 NCCU STUDENTS HOLD CLEANUP PROJECT 

N.C. CEJffRAL LI^€ UP 

IHH SJjJDENTS TO PROTEST CAMFDS SECURITY 

NCCU OFFICIAL VOUS NEW SECURITY RULES 

NOU DiROLLMENT CLIMB AIDS FUNDING 

NCCU OFFICIALS VOW TO TIGHTEN SECURITY 

Nraj;S NEW MEASURES BAD FOR PUBLIC MAGE 

CENTRAL STUDENTS RECOGNIZED 

VISITORS DAY AT N.C. CENTRAL SATURDAY 



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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


S 


2 1/16/1987 C 


1 N B85 


H 


2 1/20/1987 C 


1 P N A54 


S 


2 2/20/1987 B 


1 P N S27 


S 


2 4/01/1987 A 


7 P N 


S 


2 4/03/1987 A 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 4/13/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 10/13/1987 A 


14 P N 


H 


2 10/20/1987 C 


9 N 


H 


2 10/21/1987 B 


5 N 


S 


2 10/22/1937 A 


10 N 


H 


2 10/24/1987 A 


1 P N A54 


H 


2 11/03/1987 A 


15 N 


H 


2 11/04/1987 D 


5 N 


S 


2 11/06/1987 A 


1 P N B85 


H 


2 11/07/1987 C 


1 P N im 


S 


2 11/09/1987 A 


4 E 



3/12/1987 A 1 P N S92 
3/13/1987 C 1 N S92 



s 


2 


1/19/1987 A, 


1 


N 392 


H 


9 


6/18/1987 B 


1 


D N N36 


H 


2 


8/20/1987 B 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


3/30/1987 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


9/20/1987 D 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/01/1987 C 


1 


N S92 


S 


2 11/10/1987 A 


1 


N B85 


H 


2 


2/05/1987 B 


2 


N 


S 


1 


3/18/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


3/18/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


9 


3/21/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/21/1987 B 


1 


N 


s 


1 


3/24/1987 A 


1 


N S92 


s 


2 


3/31/1987 A 


4 


E 


s 


9 


4/06/1987 C 


1 


N 392 


H 


n 


4/09/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


4/13/1987 B 


1 


N M51 


S 


T 


5/04/1987 A 


3 


N 


S 


1 


5/07/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


7 


5/13/1937 A 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


5/16/1987 A 


4 


£ 


S 


1 


5/16/1937 A 


4 


E 


H 


9 


5/24/1987 C 


1 


U L57 


H 


2 


5/29/1987 B 


1 


N N36 


H 


o 


6/25/1987 B 


1 P N U55 


S 


2 


6/25/1987 C 


6 


N 


S 


9 


6/30/1987 C 


1 


N H30 


S 


9 


7/03/1987 A 


7 


N 


H 


? 


8/25/1987 B 


1 P P T37 


H 


2 


9/16/1987 A 


1 


N M51 


H 


9 


9/17/1987 A 


1 P 


N N36 


S 


/^ 


9/17/1987 A 


1 


N S92 


S 


9 


9/17/1987 C 


1 P N 392 


S 


2 


9/18/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


9 


9/19/1987 B 


3 P P V03 


H 


2 


9/24/1987 B 


3 


N 



-LX630- 



''''''' '\%t^i4y'.'M^}si'' ''''' 



imi TRUSTHS r.£LAY ACTION ON SED-SIH MOVES 

NCa) TRUSTEE '"^^SIGH 

NCOJ TRLSTEE ^^^S TO CHAM3E HIS TACTiCS 

srrm i^'T QUIT icai boarh FtJST 

TESTIiW? SET to BEGIN IN TFI^ ^fK HIT-A^ffi-RUN 
7 'SOXW POLICE' AFTER HITTING FLgbcp 
TR(KPER TELLS OF ARREST itfTER FlEIi(£S 'JEKf HIT 

\^'m D^N^IS^'StC HILITARY f^ABUATE 
re*l£: DLi^^CHhCNORS 17 WITH GF:^S 

N.C. CENTRAL WIV., STUISNTS, WJG A^ 
SEE ALSO OLLEGES, N.C, IW^ ABUSE 

^NCOi'sTS'aiffi' WITH GRC^ING 'Pt3T' 

N r. CENTRAL LWIV.t SUHrER SCHOX 

^^ REG STRAHCN SET AT ^y<=»ILgDAY 

SWER IS YOLiR TIf£ TO GET i«AD <AD) 

UsS CUSS Efff:aJJ©ff AT NCOJ LP 

N.C. CENTRJ^ WIV.> SY«a.S 
SEE ALa LreCS ^ 

^i4fL0SFS°PERCH ON LOKl FOR CENTRAL 
N^RD^-S LOGO, ADIS SHEP-ARi LIKBCSS 

'-'siSnTth^^'^m^: CONFERQCES ^, 
CIVIL RIGHTS SYf^^SIUH IS SCKEKJLED AT NCCU 
fCCU LAU SY^iF-CSIl^ SET TODAY 

M r fTWTRAL UNIV., T&!N AND GI3iiN REUTIONSHIPS 

cf^^rarl iJNiyTTToyN and sotiN relations _^,,^, 

^IlW^ fWiED TO m NC-OJ'S BUSINISS ASSOCIATES 
^VEYTO STUDY CITY REUnONS 

'-'' SffikN^nSliiE'ESrHIKES BETTER T^N ry<E 

N.C. CENTRAL L'NIV., UNITED CAW1JS,tiINISTRY 
CA(fi=^JS MINISTRY GETS UlRECT&K 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., UORKSHCF-S 

^ UILL^&CT FIVE-WY 'JORKSHOP FOR rtlNISTERS, 
mm GAI€S-IT'S AN EliUCATIW 

'-'' mniE'kcf^l^l TO HELP OTHERS SUCCEED 



CHURCH LEAKRS 



N.C. 



,CCU ECARD 



^^ ^^f^SJ-Wmm TO 

^^ ^^ ffil^'^ORJJCCU^^TS NEEIS 

hSkb!^ TO CHAIR NCOJ^TOC^Afl 
UNC 3WERN0RS PICK TRIBTEK 

^^^yt^^^Or^oEoT^fcENI.^ 

^t£^Si°^ir^Tr.^Ek^^#^C. CENTRAL TR1JSTEE 30^ 

^O^Cl'l '^'^ iSim .U£S 



C T S 




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I 


T 


N 


E E 


L 


Y 


p 


D — r«TE — C - 


PG L 


P BYL 


H 


2 9/25/1987 C 




N B12 


H 


2 10/03/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 10/03/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 11/10/1987 C 




N N36 


H 


2 11/19/1987 B 




N N36 


S 


2 11/19/1987 C 




N B85 


H 


2 11/20/1987 B 




N N36 


H 


2 ll/22y'1987 D 




E 


H 


2 11/24/1987 C 




N N36 


s 


2 12/'08/1987 A 




N B53 


S 


2 12/09/1987 C 




N E53 


s 
s 


2 12/10/1987 C 
2 12/11/1987 C 




N B53 
H B53 


s 


2 12/22/1987 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 1^'31/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 10/03/1987 B 


1 


N 



J 



H 2 5/12/1987 C 2 N 
H 2 5/15/1987 A 11 A 
S 2 6/06/1987 A 1 N S92 



6/18/1987 B 1 D N N36 
6/18/1987 C 1 N 392 



S 2 6/30/1987 C 12 N 
H 2 7/16/1987 B 11 N 



H 2 4/26/1987 C 15 P N 

S 2 10/05/1987 A 9 N 

S 2 3/17/1987 A 1 N S92 

S 2 4/09/1987 A 6 P N S27 



6/18/1987 D 
7/11/1987 A 
11/18/1987 B 



H 2 4/04/1987 C 



H 2 3/12/1987 B 

S 2 3/12,'1987 A 

S 2 3/13/1987 C 

H 2 4/16/1987 B 

S 2 4/16/1987 A 

S 2 4/24/1987 B 

S 2 6/12/-1987 A 

H 2 6/13/1987 C 

H 2 6/13/1987 B 

S 2 6/13/1987 C 

H 2 3/06/1987 C 

S 2 9/15/1987 A 

H 2 9/17/1987 A 



7 


I 


1 


P F H45 


1 


■^ N J40 


1 


N M 


1 


P N S92 


1 


N S92 


1 


N C60 


13 


N 




P N 


1 


N L90 


5 


N L90 


1 


D N H36 


1 


N S92 


R 


N 


7 


N 


1 


P N N36 



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



4 NEW BOARD HEMBERS TAKE SEATS AT NCCU 

NCCU 0F7ICIALS VOU TO TIGHTEN SECURITY 

PROFANITY PUNCTUATES HEATED DISCUSSION BY NCCU'S TRUSTEES 

NttU TRlfiTEES DELAY ACTION ON SECURITY MOVES 

NCCU TRUSTEE MAY RESIGN 

NCCU TRUSTEE NEEDS TO CHANGE HIS TACTICS 

STITH WON'T QUIT NCCU BOARD POST 

!!iSH |g!^£? MEMBER PROHIBITED FROM SERVING 

'MUSE iIlPsERVED'^ ^'^"°°'- °''"'^^^ °^ ^^^^'^ 
NO ENTITLEMENT TO NEPOTISM 

JOHN SMITH REAF'POINTED TO NCCU BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
UARRENTON, DURHAM MEN ON NCCU BOARD "^-'^"^^ 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. CHOIR 

N.C. CEffTRAL CHOIR FIANS 12-DAY TOUR 

^ ^ OPPpRn.iNITY TO ENJOY THE NCCU CHOIR AT CARNEGIE HAU 

.^T}€ NCCU CHOIR AT CARNEGIE HALL (AD) ^-^"^i^it mu. 

NCCU TOURING CHOIR TO GIVE F-ERFOR«AiNCE IN CARNEGIE HALL 

NCCU CHOIR TO MAtKE CARNEGIE HALL DQUT '^*^^^'' "'^ 

NCCU CHOIR'S F1^-0UD DEBUT "™-^ ^"^' 

TALENT SHOW CALLED OFF AT NCCU 

ROBERTS 'JOY' HIGHLIGHTS NCCU CHOIR'S FTOGRAM 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. CRIMINAL JUSTICE FACILITY 

TOP^^uSSP ™ ^'"™ ^^^^^ TO fEET AT NCCU 
N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF DRAMA 

fK'^ad^^^ Z%:^1 "^l^ ^^"^ '' ^ '''' "^ 

SPRING R-OARS IN WITH 'LION' SHOW 

NCCU, TIP SET •87-'88 PLAY SCHEDULES 
UNIVERSITIES STAGE DRAMATIC EVENTS 
6WTU ACTORS GET SYMPHONIC RECOGNITION 
.^H ^^^ES WORK BY NIGERIAN PLAYWRIGHT 
NCCU SHOWCASES NOBEL WINNER'S PLAYS 

?'?i£^,^II'^'E ''^NI'S EXPf;:ESSION ON NCCU STAGE 

'^RO' EXOTIC, BUT TOO FAMILIAR 

DIRECTOR IDENTIFIED 

jCOJ'S 'ROSEfCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD* LIVES 

'RiG' UPHOLDS THE QUESTION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF EDUCATION 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF HEALTH EDUCATION 

VISITING PARAGUAYANS GAIN HEALTH-CARE SKILLS ■ 

'^•'^' ^¥Z^>'!!'J^' ^'^■^' 0'' ^°^ ECttNOMICS 

S^^? FTOGRAM! PAR'ENTS TAKING CLASSES CAN REST EASY 
NCCU tiEPAF:TMENT MARKS 50TH BIRTHDAY 

^^^^SSr'^n^iU't!^^')^''' ^^^ "'^S ^™ CaEBRATION TUNES 
fm AND GA^ES— IT'S AN EDUCATION 

N.C. CDfTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF MAT>€MATICS 
CENTRAL STUDENTS RECOGNIZED 
SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. [€PT. OF NURSING 
SEE ALSO NURSES, DURHAM 
STATE AGENCY RAPS NCCU NURSING PROGRAM 
NURSING BOARD FINDS PROBLEMS WITH FfiOGRAM AT N.C fFNTR'Al 

Si S^ ffi^lNf^,^^ ^°^^ ^°'^'^ 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. FOWJDER'S DAY 



S U B J E C 


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S 




I T 




N 


E E 




L Y 




P 


D — DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 




H 


2 9/17/1987 B 




N N36 




S 


2 9/17/1987 C 




P N S92 




H 


2 11/19/1987 B 




N N36 




S 


2 11/19/1987 C 




N B85 




H 


2 11/20/1987 B 




N N36 




H 


2 11/22/1987 D 




E 




H 


2 11/24/1987 C 




N N36 




H 


2 11/25/1987 A 




N N36 




H 


2 12/01/1987 C 




N N36 




H 


2 12/02/1987 A 




L 




H 


2 12/03/1987 A 




E 




S 


2 12/19/1987 B 


5 


N 




H 


2 12/30/1987 B 


12 


N 




H 


2 2/11/1987 B 


3 


N 




H 


2 3/27/1987 C 


20 P A 




S 


2 4/02/-1987 D 


4 1 


f A 




H 


2 4/06/1987 C 


6 


N 




S 


2 4/09/1987 D 


3 P N 




H 


2 4/12/1987 D 


4 


E 




H 


2 4/28/1987 B 


7 


U W66 




H 


2 12/13/1987 D 


8 


R DIO 



H 2 6/17/1987 D 5 N 
S , 2 12/10/1987 A 2 P P S76 



S 
H 
H 
S 

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



! 2/26/1987 D 

! 2/27/19S7 D 

! 2/27/1987 D 

! 4/09/1987 D 

I 4/09/1987 D 

: 8/04/1987 A 

; 8/27/1987 D 

: 10/06/1987 B 

10/08/1987 D 

10/09/1987 D 

10/15/1987 D 

10/16/1987 D 

10/17/1987 A 

11/19/1987 D 

11/19/1987 D 

11/20/1987 D 



P R W63 

P F U66 

R L59 

R W63 

P P F70 

P U W66 

I 

U W66 
P N 



8 P R 
R 



W66 
U63 
W66 
N 

R B71 
P W62 
R PIO 



8/27/1987 C 1 P U M06 



H 2 4/06/1937 B 1 P N C80 

H 2 4/14/1987 B 2 P U H45 

H 2 4/21/1987 A 6 U H45 

H 2 11/18/1937 B 1 P F H45 



H 2 9/19/1987 B 3 P P V03 
H 2 10/23/1987 C 3 P P T37 



S 2 2/19/1987 C 1 N 

H 2 2/20/1987 A 11 N 

H 2 3/12/1987 B 1 N J40 

S 2 7/07/1987 A 1 P N M06 



r 



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ANNUAL INDEX 
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Y SUBJECTS 



N E 

p D — DATE — 



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NCCU HONORS DUP:HA« SlUIOfTS 

DR^EWO^fflS TO SPEAK AT ™Nt|R'S DAY 

C0M1S TO BE POWDER'S DAY SPEA^XR AT NCCU 

NCCU FOUNDER'S DAY IS NOU. 6 

DRT EIWMS TO SF-EAK AT NCCU 

FIRST LADY OF ETHXATION 

:^.l$Yk^^O^'cE'FrTHE^™,n|.,,EB«ONIS TELLS NCCU STUIO^S 

W. EDmNDS' ADDRESS GREAT GIFT TO hCCU 

FCWNIER'S DAY PROGRAM 

H r rFNTRAL UNIU. INSTITUTE OF ^SEGREGATION 
• KK GROUP WORKS FOR ICSEGREGATION 

'•'kiTsg'N^^i'cEN^T^SSu?'^^^ EDUCATION m RtCRtATION COHF'L£X 
^GTE-^s'EMaO^CHARm'S^^'wiTH *3O450 IN GRANTS 

N.C. CefTRW. UNIU. MISEUMOF ART 

ffl^SFTT^HS^^^'llASON WITH STYLE 
^CCUTO HONOR 4 ^ MAJOR'S FROM DURHAM 

l^-m^'S™ Su'S^'S^n caa«ATES tenth year ^^ ^^^ 

K ReSaN^ AT N^ M-JSEUM; lOTH-YEAR FOCUS IS ART... 

^•^ki^N^ci'c^lKivl^EF^' OF DR..A 
MORE STfffARD COMING, AT NCCU 

M r rPNTR^ UNiy. PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION COMPLEX 
SEE^SON.C CENTRAL UNW. MCDOUC^D GYMNASIUM 
H wlOT N.C. CENTRAL UNW. SPORTS 

;SsS°il^''A^TT;i£TIC GAMES BEGIN 
OPENING EVENT 

'•'• Kas'dISTINGUIS^. ROTC military GRAimTE 
N.C. CENTRAL Uf«U. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

?^ rNEl'sTYl^™.GOAL™AC?lRIZE RICHMOND'S MANAGEMENT OF NCCU 

PE^i mm TECH HONORS 17 'JITH GRANTS 

M r CFNTRAL UNIU. SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 

ffi^ RECRUITING BECOMES BIO BUSINESS 

KcU°StS PRACTICE-TEACHING in DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL 
NCOJTRIES TO IMPTOVE TEACHER- SCORES 

N.C. CENTRi^ UNIV. SCHMt Cf LAU 

li Shi ht^AiilAi?GN OF BLACK LAWYERS 
SEE SiSO N.C. BAR EXAMINATICf^ 

ffiS^^^FREE TAX HELP TO ELr.ERLY 
MOOT POINT 
^^^^F^^^S^L^C^DECISION ON BABY M 

C^TRAL ALUWUS rJ^lMEU TO CONN. HIGH COURT 
NCCU LA« SYMPOSIUM SET TODAY , 
qTATF BAR EXAM SCORES SLIP FROM u^ST YEAK 
NCCU HEWING SEEKS MORE SCIQfflSTS 

H.C. CDTTRAL UNIV. 'SCHOOL OF LIBR'ARY AND If-JFORMATION SCIENCE 



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3/18/1V87 C 
10/20/1987 C 
10/22,'1987 A 
10/28/1987 
11/04/1987 
11/05/1987 
11/06/1987 
11/07/1937 
11/09/1987 



4 

9 

10 



2 11/27/1987 B 8 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
E 

■ N B85 

■ N N36 
E 

N 



S 2 11/13/1987 C 1 P N B85 



H 2 2/08/1987 C 13 P U L41 



S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



2/19/1987 D 
3/10/1987 B 
3/27/1987 C 
8/13/1987 A 
10/02y'1987 D 
10/02/1987 D 
10/23/1987 D 
12.'03/l787 A 



1 D F B71 

2 P U H45 
2 N 

19 N 
1 P P S76 

12 P F U66 
10 P R S63 

13 U U66 



H 2 11/13/1987 D 12 



N U66 



2 3/15/1987 D 1 P F t09 
2 7/13/1987 A 1 N S92 
2 7/13/1987 A 1 P P S76 



S 2 12/22/1987 A 6 N 

H 2 4/16/1987 B 1 N C60 

H 2 3/23/1987 A 1 P N N36 

H 2 12/'31/1987 A 10 N 



2 2/04/1987 C 1 P N S92 

2 2/04/1987 C 3 P P T37 

2 3/18/1987 A 10 N 

2 U/04/1987 A 1 N S92 



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S 
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1/15/1987 A 
2/07/1987 A 
3/20/1987 C 
3/24/1987 C 
4/01/1987 A 
4/02/1987 C 
4/18/1987 A 
7/10/1987 B 
7/16/1987 B 
3/27/1987 C 
10/09/1987 A 



1 P 
1 

1 P 
1 
1 P 

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11 
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1 P 



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F T37 
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N 392 
N 

N B85 
N N80 
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N rt06 
N S92 



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1/01/1987 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECT 



TALKING SHOP 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF NURSING 

SEE N.C. Ce^TRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF NURSING 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SF-ORTS 
SEE ALSO BOWLING 

il $f-iS ^y- CITY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 
il Sh^ H' RS^IP^'- ^I*^' • ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 
if $^^ K'^* ^l^^^ UNIV. MCDOUGALD GYMNASIUM 
^THLETIc'fEES^IKED AT^NCCu"^^^^^^ EDUCATION AND RECREATION COMFUX 

lolfe^^^^'^Kg^^^iiiV^' ™' ''"^ ''''' 

ED BOYD QUITS AS EAGLES' AD 

EAGLES SEEK AD 

NO EASY ANSWER FO? LACK OF BLACKS IN TOP POSITIONS 

^'^- ^^^M'^^.rW^^^^' BASKETBAU (MEN) 

fanfare; et cetera 

n.c. central douns shaw 

bench spaf;ks eagle victory 

n.c. central puts win streak on lii€ 

eagles face panthers in tough ciaa match 

VA. UNION SNAP'S CBTOAL'S STREAK 
VIRGINIA UNION THUMPS EAGLES 
N.C. CENTRAL SLIPS PAST ST. AUG'S 
NCCU'S EAGLES IN FIRST PLACE 
CENTRAL WINS ON MIRACLE SHOT 

nTOM'Sl''''' "^'^ "^^^ ^ '' °' 

fanfare; et cetera 

smith burns eagles in ot 

smith trips eagles in ot 

eagles win brawl over broncos 

eagles survive another aose finish 

eagles' growing yielbs another win 

eagles 1«ip rams 

daniels leads central win 

eagles win again 

^^L¥^'^' YOUTHFUL TRIO HAS EAGLES FLYING HIGH 

CENTRAL LOSES ON LATE 3-POINTER = "-"-"^ "'^ 

BOWIE STUNS EAGLES 

HOW QDIS PAID OFF A DEBT 

UDC DOWNS N.C. CENTRAL 

REDMEN BUMP OFF HOYAS 

NCCU DROPS THIRD STRAIGHT 

EAaES BATTLE PAST ST. ALC'S 

EAJ5LES COMPLETE SUEEF' OF ST. ALIG'S 

^Shii^^f kE^Ss^^a^PpSilT^ '''' '''^'"^^ ''- '''--^^ 

J.C.SMITH THUMPS EAGLES 

CENTRAL HOSTS UDC 

UK'S DEFENSE NIPS EAGLES 

UDC STAVES OFF EAGLES' LATE RALLY 

LEAK, NCCU RIP LIVINGSTONE 

EAGLES PEAKING 

StWU DEALS EAGLES HEARTBREAK IN 3 OTS 

^SI'^L^-^S IN BID FOR SOUTHERN TITLE 

CIAA BASKETBALL TOURNEY OPENS STAY IN RICHMOND 

N-C. CENTRAL OPENS WITH ELIZABETH CITY 

^ ^JFT^ir, ^CU ADVANCES IN CIAA TOLIRNEY 

\m>: S^AUG'i'w^S^^' '''° "^ ""'''' '^^'^ 
NCCU OJDING SHORT AGAINST UNION 

EAGLES SIGN 5 FOR BASKETBALL 



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S 2 9/26/1987 C 1 P p K30 



3/12/1987 A 
3/13/1987 C 
5/2'5/1987 D 
6/24/1987 D 
7/09/1987 D 
7/09/1987 B 
7/10/1987 D 
11/08/1987 C 



3 1/06/1987 B 

2 1/07/1987 B 

I 1/07/1987 D 

I 1/08/1987 D 

? 1/08/1987 B 

! 1/09/1987 C 

! 1/09/1987 D 

! 1/11/1987 B 

! 1/12/'1987 D 

! 1/13/1987 B 

I 1/13/1987 D 

I 1/14/1987 D 

! 1/14/1987 D 

; 1/15/1987 D 

: 1/15/1987 B 

; 1/18/1987 B 

' 1/19/1987 D 

1/25/1987 C 

1/26/1987 D 

1/28/1987 D 

1/28/1987 D 

1/30/1987 C 

1/31/1987 D 

1/31/1987 B 

2/01/1987 B 

2/01/1987 C 

2/03/1987 D 

2/03/1987 D 

2/06/1987 C 

2/06/1987 B 

2/08/1987 B 

2/12/1987 D 

2/12/1987 B 

2/13/1987 C 

2/14/1987 B 

2/14/1987 D 

2/15/1937 B 

2/16/1987 D 

2/19/1987 B 

2/22/1987 B 

2/23/1987 B 

2/25/1987 D 

2/25/1987 A 

2/26/1987 D 

2/26/1987 B 

2/27/1987 C 

2/27/1987 D 

3/20/1987 A 

5/10/1987 B 



P N S92 

N S92 

N 
P U A76 
P N C36 
P N 

N P52 

N 



P 



P 



N 
N 

N P52 
N 
N 

N 050 
N P52 
N 
N 

N G50 
P U P52 

1 P U G50 
N 

N C68 
H F'52 
N C68 
N P52 
N G50 
N 
N 

2 N 

1 P N C68 

2 N 
2 N 

1 P U L57 

4 N 

2 N 

3 N 

3 N C68 
2 P N P52 

5 N 
2 N 

N 
N 

N F'52 
N 

N G50 
N F'52 
U F'52 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N G50 
N 

N G50 
U F'52 
L 
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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/'31/1V87 



IJ B J E C T S 



EAGLES ANNOUNCE SCHEDULE 

T>£ START OF 'SCMETHING BIG^ 

THF qiART OF SOMETHING Biff' 

E^E COACH BERNARD SETS HIGHER GCALS 

Ntc^SrFlANS TO SOAR ON WINGS ON THREE SEf^ORS 

EAGLES READY TO LEAVE NEST 

NCCU SCHEDULE 

FANFARE/ET CETEF.:A 

EMJLES OPEN TONIGHT 

EAGLES FLY IN OPEhER 

l^i TmuW, 2 AGAINST PIRATES 

HILL, EAaES BURN HAhPTON 

EAGLES OFF TO FAST START 

NCCU TOF-S NORFOLK STATE 

EAGLES OPEN TOURNAMENT TOWRROU,^^, , 

MLES ROLL TO FIFTH STRAIGHT WIN 
l^i ^ m7^^^t FIREBIRIS_^ 

EAGLK ENJOY ANOTHER BLOWOUT 

N.C. CENTRAL UNW. SF'ORTS, BASKETEAU (UOMeO 
N.C. CENTRAL DOWNS SHAU 
BENCH SPARKS EAGLE VICTORY 
5a. WION snaps CENTRAL'S STREAK 

VIRGINIA UNION ™MF| WGLES.,,p,c 
N.C. CENTRAL SLIPS PAST ST. AUG' S 
NCCU'S EAGLES IN FIRST PLACE 

ffl^«%irHErS EAGLES SOAR IN OT 

GffilTS^33f TIGERS KNOCK PALADINS FOR 15TH VICTORY 

^AL^f^^h'^A^E °3IP0INTER 

ES^^REJrs'u^l'l^-63. AVe^^ES LOSS 
EAGLES COMPLETE SUEEP OF ST. AUG'S 

B'^slis'^7'AS ECU-SURPRISES JAMES MADISON ^^ ^ 

S^IFT MAY BE APPARENT ON WAY TO WOMEN'S TITLE 

FRANCIS MARION 97 (U)- f«^^62 

COLL. CHAFIESTDN (U) 30, N.C. CENTRAL j3 

N.C. A&T (U) 62, NCCU 46 

N.C. CENTR.AL UNIV. SF-QRTS, FOOTBAU. 
FA(CARE: CLARK MAKIS AP TEAM 
NCCU SIGNS 15 ^ ^ .^ 

EAGLES TO FlAY 10-6AME SLATE 

S^A^ST. PAUL'S AS IITH GAME 

^E^^^'^^^Pr^OA^L^ BACK^^^^ 
CLAR-K TURNING INTO NFL SUCCESS STORY 

^HAlkrK^NG'S^s's^ATE IN SF^OTLIGHT 

ui iNinw y-S STATE FAVORED TO REF'EAT 
M'°ATTACK^STO^GEJ AIR SHOW FLYIN' 

ffiSKA^siEfrcKToS^^C. CENTRAL'S IMPROVED DEFENSE 



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H 
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H 
H 
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C -PG L P BYL 



3/11/1987 D 
10/16/1987 B 
10/16/1987 B 
10/21/1987 D 
11/12/1987 D 
; 11/17/1987 D 
; 11/20/1987 D 
; 11/20/1987 D 
' 11/24/1987 D 
! 11/24/1987 D 
! 11/25/1987 D 
' 11/25/1987 D 
> 11/28/1987 B 
y 11/29/1987 C 
? 11/10/1987 D 
2 12/02/1937 D 
2 12/03/1987 B 
2 12/04/1937 C 
2 12/''05/1987 D 
2 12/05/1987 B 
2 12/06/1987 C 
2 12/07/1987 D 
2 12/09/1987 D 
2 12/10/1987 D 
2 12/11/1987 C 
2 12/11/1987 D 
2 12/12/1987 D 
2 12/13/1987 C 
2 12/-14/1987 D 



2 I 
1 P P T32 

1 P P K"30 

2 P N F'SZ 
4 N 

11 P N 
10 P N F'S? 
35 C I 

3 N 
2 N 

N C68 
U F'52 
N 

N C68 

N P52 

N C68 

N P52 

N C68 

1 P N C63 

P N A76 

P N C68 

p U P52 

N P52 

N 

N C68 
F^2 



1 P 
1 P 
3 

3 P 

4 P 
1 P 
3 

1 P 



P 

1 P U 

2 P N 
1 

2 P 



2 1/07/1987 B 
2 1/07/1987 D 
2 1/09/1987 C 
2 1/09/1987 D 
2 1/11/1987 B 
2 1/12/'1987 D 
2 1/13/1987 B 
2 1/13/1987 D 
2 1/14/1937 D 
2 1/15/1987 D 
2 1/15/1987 B 
2 1/31/1987 D 
2 1/31/1987 B 
2 2/01/1987 C 
2 2/06/1987 B 
2/12/1987 D 
2 2/24/1987 C 
2 11/17/1987 D 
2 11/28/1987 B 
2 11/29/1987 C 
2 12/04/1987 C 



U F'52 



N 

N F'52 
N G50 
N F'52 
N 
N 
N 
U P52 

N 

N 

N P52 

N 

N 

N 

H F'52 

N 



3 N 
12 P N 
3 N 
7 N 
2 N 



1/17/1987 
3/11/198' 
6/05/1987 
3/14/1987 
3/17/1987 
3/19/1981 
3/23/1987 
3/26/1987 
S/28/193T 
3/28/1981 
9/01/1987 D 
9/01/1987 D 
9/01/1987 D 
9/0Z/1987 B 
9/03/1987 B 
9/04/1987 C 



D 
D 
B 
C 
D 
D 
B 
D 
D 
D 



N 

N 

N F'52 

P S76 

N F52 

N 

N C36 

N 

N F'52 

N P52 

N C68 

N 
C N 
P N C68 

N F'52 
P N C68 



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/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



B Y 



SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL 

EAGLES RECALL LiyiNGSTONE LOSS 

LIVINGSTONE STINGS EAGLES AT HOME AGAIN 

EAGLES' MISTAKES COSTLY IN OPFNER 

NCCU TRIES TO 'SNAP' BACK 

EAGLES FACE UFWLL aiMB 

MCNEILL PRESENTING EAGLES BIG TARGET 

SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL 

EAa.ES TRY TO COME BACK AGAINST UNION 

tl^fl"?^]!); ^"-"O SENDS EAGLES FLYIfJG PAST PANTHERS 

NCOJ'S EAGLES FI.NALLY REGISTER OVERDUE BIG UIN 

LATTIMOR'E SAYS THINGS RIGHT ON TAR-GET... SORT OF 

EAGLES PREPARE FOR ANOTHER BIG GAME 

SATURDAY'S FOOTEAa 

NORFOU, NCCU IN SPOTLIGHT 

i^^'n?^^^ ^'^'^ES STAfffi AGAINST SF'ARTANS 

EAGLES DISCOVER NEW WAY TO WIN 

EAGLES' LIf£ ilOVES RUNNING GAME AHEAD 

EAaES WARY OF FSU 

Sa't^^S ^^k.F' ''' ''^"'' '^'^^' "^ ^' ^'^SSERTS 

FSU LOOKS FOR 1ST WIN OVER EAGLES 

BRONCOS BUCK' EAGLES' DOMINANCE 

BRONCOS SHOCK EAGLES, END DROUGHT 

LATTIMCRE LOOKING FOR 'NEW' EAGLES TEAM VERSUS JACKSON 

tAoLES SEEK TO REBOUND 

saturday's football 

security at nccu 

eagles plan flight around harvey's arm 

eagles' bid for two fails, leaving tigers with victory 

lahimore: eagles didn't come for tie 

eagles miss upset 

nccu wants more maximum effort 

eagles seek consistent effort 

ISy^'SS^^ ■'^^■^^ ''''^" ''''' 

ONCE AGAIN, EAGLES RATE AS FAVORITES 
ESiM.STRlKES EARLY, ROLLS OVER ST. PAUL'S 
HAWEY'S mark IS TAINTED BY INCIDENT 
NCCU EAOES DISPATCH LOWLY ST. PAUL'S 
EAGLES' CONCERN NOW OVER END OF HARVEY'S SAGA 
EAGLES TURN ATTENTION TO RAMS 

SA^RDAY^VcQTBALl"^ ^^° ^^^ °^ ^^^ ™^ GO THUMP IN NIGHT 

EAGLES SEEK RQiefTION...AND BRAGGING RIGHTS 

EAGLES SHUT OUT FOR FIRST TIME IN FIVE YEARS 

W-S RAfIS TRAMFIE EAGLES' HOPES 

WHAT'S LEFT FOR EACH.ES IS PRIDE 

CENTRAL SEEKS 'TRUE' PLAYER'S 

MASSEY TURNING HANDS TO OFFENSE 

SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL 

INGLES TRYING f€U TRICKS IN AHEMPT TO EVEN RECORD 

HARVEY RALLIES^Ss^'*' "^^^ ''^^ "^'^^^' ™^CTORY 
E^Lfi'Hgp^yE^N^l^EAT^^^'^'^ ''''' °' ^™^^ 
IaIIjIE^Y^^JoUI:'' '' °° °'' '™ ^° 

WrP^ f^'^f ^^S IN HOMECOMING UIN 

1^1 ES^^'^^&^-^i ™ ''''"> ^ ^^ '' ^'^ 

HARVEY PUTS W'S BEFORE RECORDS 

SATURDAY'S FOOTBAa 

HW€ AWAY FROM HOME AT J.C. SMITH 

BltLS GET FIRED UP BY YELLOW FLAGS 

J. C. SMITH STIFLES EAGLES 

^uKgIE^^L^; fTS '"'''' '''' "^^ ^ ''' 



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L Y 


P 


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-PG L P BYL 


S 


2 9/04/1987 D 


1 D N 


H 


2 9/05/1987 D 


1 P N 068 


H 


2 9/06/1987 B 


1 P N C68 


S 


2 9/07/1987 D 


5 P U A76 


H 


2 9/09/1987 B 


4 N C68 


S 


2 9/10/1987 B 


3 P N P52 


H 


2 9/11/1987 B 


4 P N C68 


S 


2 9/11/1987 D 


1 N 


H 


2 9/12/1987 D 


1 P N C68 


H 


2 9/13/1987 B 


1 N C68 


S 


2 9/14/1V87 D 


7 N 


H 


2 9/16/1987 D 


1 P N C68 


S 


2 9/16/1987 D 


4 P N P52 


S 


2 9/13/1987 D 


1 N 


H 


2 9/19/1987 D 


1 P N C68 


H 


2 9/20/1987 B 


1 P N C68 


S 


2 9/21/1987 D 


5 P N F52 


H 


2 9/23/1987 D 


3 P N C68 


S 


2 9/23/1987 D 


4 P N P52 


H 


2 9/25/1987 B 


1 P N C68 


S 


2 9/25/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 9/26/1987 D 


1 N C69 


H 


2 9/27/1987 B 


1 P N C68 


S 


2 9/28/1987 D 


5 P N A76 


H 


2 9/30/1987 D 


1 P N C68 


S 


2 9/30/1987 D 


4 P N F'52 


S 


2 10/02/1987 D 


1 N 


H 


2 10/03/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 10/03/1987 D 


1 N C63 


H 


2 10/04/1987 B 


1 N C68 


H 


2 10/05/1987 D 


5 P N C68 


S 


2 10/05/1987 D 


5 P N 


H 


2 10/07/1987 D 


1 N C68 


S 


2 10/07/1987 D 


2 P U P52 


H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


1 P N C68 


S 


2 10/09/1987 n 


1 N 


H 


2 10/10/1987 D 


1 N C68 


H 


2 10/11/1987 B 


1 P N C68 


H 


2 10/12/1987 B 


4 P N C68 


S 


2 10/12/1987 D 


5 P U P52 


H 


2 10/14/1987 C 


1 P N C68 


S 


2 10/14/1987 B 


4 P U A76 


H 


2 10/16/1987 B 


1 N C68 


S 


2 10/16/1987 D 


1 N 


H 


2 10/17/1937 D 


1 P N C68 


H 


2 10/18/1987 B 


1 N C63 


S 


2 10/19/1987 D 


12 U A76 


H 


2 10/21/1987 B 


2 P N C68 


S 


2 10/21/1987 D 


2 P N A76 


H 


2 10/22/1987 D 


3 P N C68 


S 


2 10/23/1987 D 


1 N 


H 


2 10/24/1987 B 


2 N C63 


H 


2 10/25/1987 B 


1 N C68 


S 


2 10/26/1987 D 


8 N 


H 


2 10/23/1987 D 


1 N C68 


S 


2 10/28/1987 D 


2 P N A76 


H 


2 10/30/1987 B 


1 P N C68 


S 


2 10/30/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 10/31/1987 B 


1 P N C63 


H 


2 11/01/1987 B 


1 P N C68 


S 


2 11/02/1987 D 


5 P N A76 


H 


2 11/04/1987 D 


1 P N C68 


3 


2 11/04/1987 D 


2 P N A76 


H 


2 11/06/1987 B 


5 N C68 


S 


2 11/06/1987 D 


1 N 


H 


2 11/07/1987 D 


1 P N C36 


H 


2 11/08/1987 C 


1 P N C68 


S 


2 11/09/1987 D 


7 N 


H 


2 11/11/1987 D 


1 N C68 


S 


2 11/11/1987 D 


2 N A76 



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1/01/1937 - 12/31/1937 



U B J E C T S 



SATURIiAY'S FOOTIiALL 
APOCALYPSE NCU; NCCU PLAYS AiT 

EAGLE FEATHERS RUFFLEIi 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, SOCCER 
NCCU SOCCER SETS SIGHTS ON NCCA 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, SOFTBALL 
SEE ALSO SOFTBALL _ 
fanfare: LAIiY EAGLES SUEEP 
LADY EAOES TA^E PAIR 

DEVILSd5iM FIRST ACC BASEBALL WIN „,.^^,„,, 
ST. AUG'S SUEEF^ TWO, WINS SOUTHERN DIVISION 
BELL'S WS FUEL UNC ROUT (F BUKE 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SF'O^TS, TEJjNIS 
CROWN BUILDS TENNIS 'TOWERS' 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SF'ORTS, TRACK 

PAYMENT GOOF COSTS NCCU TRACK TITLE 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS HALL OF FAME 
NCCU CHOOSES 11 FOR HALL 

fanfare: 'bighouse' at central 

NCCU'S HALL OF FftrtE ^^„.„ 
•LATH' ALSTON, BIG BAND PROMOTER 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. TOUTING CHOIR 
SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. CHOIR 

N.C. CEREBRAL PALSY HOSPITAL ,.,^,^„ 
SEE LENOX BAKER CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

N.C. CHAMBER SOLOISTS 

^CHAliiRTRoSPr™ 'nOV. 19 IN PLAYMAKERS _^ 
oIaM^ SOLOISTSFIRST-RATE in FRENCH-STYLE DEBUT 

^•^SE^SlS^lKIS^BrAJ^^rASE^fcJ^^^.^^^JS^P^ 

'-'' Sl^^S^T^S^^FrCHILB ADVOCACY " 

N.C. STUDIES FIS-SCHOa PROGRAM 

^•^SEE^rcO^cJlEf^ATcS.LICENSING^REOUIREMENTS 

CHURCH riAY-CARE LEAICRS DEFEND SkhWI^G 
CLOSE DAY W CENTERS THAT ALLOW EF_AN^ 
DAY CARE RULE MAY KhQUIRE MORE UCRKERS 
Dl'RH^AY-CARE CHANGES 'NOT ENOUGH' 
F^ORCING DAY-CARE CHILIi-ABLlSE LAWS HARD 
OTlKuORkS RATIO SHOULI. BE CUT SLOWLY 

N.C. CHILD DAY CARE LICDfSIfffi BOARD 
SEE N.C. CHILD DAY CARE COMMISSION 
SEE n!c. office of CHILD DAY CARE LICENSING 

N.C. Ofl^ISTIAN ACTION LEAGUE 
SEE CHRISTIAN ACTION LEAGUE 

N.C. CITIZENS FOR BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 



N 
P 

S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 



--DATE- 



PA6E1376 
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S I T 
E L Y 
C -F'G L P BYL 



11/13/1987 D 
11/14/1987 D 
11/15/1987 C 
11/16/1987 D 
11/16/1987 D 
11/17/1987 B 
11/13/1987 D 
11/20/1987 C 
12/08/1987 A 



1 D 

1 

1 

T 

6 
3 

1 P 
1 
4 



N 

N C68 
N C68 
N 

N A76 
N 
N 

N C68 
L 



S 2 11/03/1987 D 4 P N A76 



3/16/1987 D 
3/25/1987 D 
4/08/1987 D 
4/14/1987 D 
4/15/1987 B 



S 2 5/19/1987 B 5 P F A76 



H 2 4/15/1987 B 3 N 



H 2 4/16/1987 D 3 N 

H 2 4/24/1987 C 3 P N 

H 2 4/30/1987 A 4 E 

H 2 6/23/1987 C 4 P 



11/10/1987 B 
11/24/1987 C 



7 P 



U U66 

R L59 



H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 



2 3/19/1967 C 
2 11/04/1987 A 


7 


N 
J R^ 


2 6/26/1987 A 
':' 9/22/1987 A 
2 10/06/1937 C 
2 10/08/1987 A 
2 11/20/1987 A 
2 11/23/1987 A 
2 11/24/1987 A 
2 11/24/19S7 A 


19 
5 

15 


H 
N 
N 
E 
N 

N B85 
N B53 
E 



-IX6Z0- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



BY SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEMELOPMENT, N.C. 

LAUYER RAPS PUNITIVE DAMAGES AWARDS 

CHANGES URGEIi IN PUNITIVE DAMAGES LAW 

N.C. CIVIC EDUCATION F'ROJECT 

SURVEY SHOWS LOCAL HOARDS NOT EVEfCY REFFf SENTATIVE 

N.C. CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

SEE ALSO AMER'ICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 
CROSS ON FIRE TOWER SPURS CONTROVERSY 

rlii;, '^,^?Jk.!;iii^'<'''IES GROUP AGREES TO HELP FAillLY OF SLAIN LUMEEE 
CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION TO SUE FOR DEPUTIES' REINSTATEMENT 
N.C. CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION OUTLINES LEGISLATIVE GOAL^ 
?^lfPpTS^c^!S?;S LICENSES TO SCHOOL IW OUTS CRITICIZED 
CIVIL LIBERTIES Uf^ION BACKS AIDS-TEST ORDER 

^SedI^LL^ ?^^S^lCrL?Sf^S^^^^^ ^^^^^^ 

w^^^'Sigy^^N'^ '' '''-'''^ ^^^°^ 

DURHAM lawyer HELF'S MAN GET LIFE SE^frENCE LIFTED FOR BREAh-IN 

MAN RESUMES TR'IP INTERRUPTED BY 10-YEAR PRISON STAY IN N?C. 

THE BIAS IN EXECUTIONS; UNC RESEARCHERS SHOW N.C. HAS A PROBLEM, TOO 

N.C. CLEAN AND BEAUTIFUL INC. 

Sg ALSO KEEP N.C. BEAUTIFUL, INC. 
SEE ALSO LITTER 
KEEP N.C. CLEAN AGENCY TO GET A NATIONAL AWARD 

N.C. CLEAN WATER BONDS ACT 

SEE ALSO CLEAN WATER ACT (FEDERAL LAW) 
SEE ALSO N.C, BOND ISSUES 
SEE ALSO WATER BOND ISSUE 

K^^Hu^^WnSKJe ^ff ^'^^ ''''''' "^ '^''^' 

N.C;^OSED JUNIORS TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS 
SEE N.C. dlNIOR aOSED TENNIS TOURNAMENT 

N,C;^COALITION AGAINST THE DEATH FBIALTY 
SEE W.SO ANTI-DEATH PENALTY 
SEE ALSO KATH SENTENCES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO EXECUTIONS, N.cl 

GROUP OPF-OSED TO ICATH PENALTY TO MEET AT NCCU 

ANTI-DEATH PENALTY GROUP TO MEET 

^^Ir^lWJ^' ^^ STAfJD ON RACE AND DEATH PENALTY 

EBUARDS RAPS LACK OF ACTION ON DEATH RULE 

N.C. COASTAL FEDERATION 

IN N.C. COASTAL CLASHES, ALL ROADS LEAD TO RALEIGH 
C^a S^^^JItKaUd^, ^°^^"^^ ONMvSfkNTS 

i^A^rPAL\l°Fg|1^^Tre^oiy?T^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

ENVItWENTAL GROUPS VOW TO SLOW COASTAL DEVELOPMENT 
SHELLFISH PROTECTION NOT ENOUGH, GROUP SAYS 

N.C. COASTAL MANAGEMENT ACT 

SEE ALSO COASTAL DEVELOFtENT, N.C. 
SEEALM N.C. COASTAL RESOURCES COMMISSION 

K sfi;swiATc^R^i??ci^"^^° '''' 

FLOOD INSURANCE CHANGE COVERS MOVING OF HOUSES 



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-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 1/19/1987 A 3 J R'SS 
S 2 1/20/1987 A 14 J R53 



3/07/1987 A 1 N B85 



H 


2 1/01/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 1/11/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 2/11/1987 C 


T 


N 


H 


2 2/21/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 2/23/1987 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 4/16/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 4/21/1987 B 


1 f 


=• N 


S 


2 5/18/1987 A 


10 


J R53 


S 


2 5/27/1987 A 




N B85 


H 


2 8/21/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 11/05/1987 A 


19 


N 


H 


1 11/10/1937 C 




N 


H 


2 12/29/1987 A 




J 



H 2 6/29/1987 A 13 N 



S 2 5/26/1987 B 1 N 
S 2 6/11/1987 A 1 N TS5 



H 2 6/17/1987 B 5 N 

S 2 6/26/1987 A 7 N 

H 2 6/28/1987 A 15 N W55 

S 2 6/29/1987 A 8 N 



S 


2 3/10/1987 A 


9 


Q 


H 


1 4/04/1987 C 


1 


P N H60 


H 


2 5/31/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 3/07/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 10/07/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/08/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


3 11/04/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 11/05/1987 A 


13 


H 


S 


2 11/17/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 11/24/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 11/27/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 1/13/1987 B 


16 


N 


S 


2 3/10/1987 A 


9 


Q 


H 


2 3/24/1987 B 


16 


N 


H 


2 4/21/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 12/25/1937 C 


6 


N 



T 



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SUBJECTS 



D — WTE- 



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C -f- G L P BYL 



N.C. COASTAL RESOURCES CO»tISSION 
SEE ALSO COASTAL re'EL0F1€NT, N.C. 

^PR^iT?-E«^.'I^> S'^cfAfs AT ODDS OVER REPLENISHING PMHES 

^^iS^S^ ^sMfAL^nSIf KAY FA^I^GER 
$2HILLI0N SOUGHT FOR N.C. BEACH ACCEK PROS^u^M 

beaKcess fr-ogram swxu kt more funds 

^^aplSJs TO Fmiire »5 million for study o^ two n.c. sounbs 

^•^SEE°i*ilvI^^ N.C.-CHAPa HILL, N.C. COUfCTION 

N.C. COLLEGE 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL IWIV. 

'•'• i^^C^ffi^ OFFICIOS DUBIOUS ABOUT STATEUIIC ffi<IT SCHOLARSHIF-S 

N.C. COmiSSION ON INDIAN AFFAIRS 
SEE N.C. INDIAN AFFAIRS COIffilSSION 

N.C. CWIS3IW ON JOBS FW EC(M5MIC GROrm 
SEE ALSO EMFLOYHENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO XB TRAINING ^_^^„ 

^SfSlI S ON^TA^'Sks TO RECR-UIT INRJSTl^Y 
STUDY^YS rCIaLnTc. fkjST rCVELDP 3.-^ BUSINESSES 

'^k^^n'mS^m^ F^LATION 

^IM'^^^i^^^lMf^ ^S^GIVE TAX O^ITS 

K^Sl^^^'^^pKiS^ FOR UORI^ 

u r rfiMWTWT™ iTN THE BICE-fTE'^^IAL OF THE U.S. CWSTITUTION 
^•"^SEE^SO^K cK MhR^ITTS FOR T>€ -«K|NTb>«^IAL JF THE U.S. 
^ S:^ ^^ COUNTY BICEVTD^IAL COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO U.S. CCf^TITJTION 

YEAR OF THE COf^TITUTION 

2M YEARS AGO, CONSTITUTION SC0RfO_ _>.,ttt, pttpu 

K UILL^kNACT 178S F£.ECTION^ CONSTITUTION 

ffi TO SFtAK AT CONSTITUTION CELEBRATION 

N.C. UANTED Bia OF RIGHTS INaUIO 

DlJ^HftM'S CELEBRATION 

ffi^&TC^Ti^^clo'Sl^^;. I^^'S SIRTHI.Y... 
CONSTITUTE IS FOR ^ 

?E£aRAraNTc&<sfirjTioN:yRs?aRKs,a^^^ 

'c^^TUT°^ON'^^SS?^li AT N^Tti^^F^URK XRI^^ 
N?c! RESIDES Cai^^CCNSTITUTION'S ANNIVERSARY 

n 6fi UAVER I.HAPS DAD 

^ C^tlNA CaEBRATES CONSTITUTION 

N.C. CC»WNICABL£ DISEASE CONTROL BR^'«H 
SEE ALSO ENTER FDR DISEASE CONTkOL 
Alls CASES EXPECTEIi TO STRAIN CW<E bYS.E!^ 

N.C. COMF'FEHENSIVE COWNIH COLLEGE STUDENT GOVERNt€NT ASSOCIATION 
SEE i^SO Ca.L£GES, N.C. 
^.^^-(^^Ai^fll^li'f^^Orgl TEACHING A.ARB 

N.C. CCttPUTe CCWISSION 



1/13/1987 B 
4/21/1987 A 
6/06/1987 C 
6/26/1937 C 
7/30/1987 A 
11/17/1987 C 



16 
11 
2 
8 
4 
5 



N 
N 
N 
N 
E 
N 



H 2 ^'15/1987 C 7 N 



I 



H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



CONSTITUTION 



H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 



1/20/1987 A 
^'03/1987 B 
2/f)3/ 19-87 C 
2/18/1987 A 
2/'27/1987 A 
3/02/'19S7 B 
3/05/1987 B 
4/07/1987 B 
10/14/1987 A 



1/04/1987 D 
1/12/1987 B 
2/'13/1987 B 
4/11/1937 
5/06/1987 
5/16/1987 
5/16/1987 
6/11/1987 
6/24/1987 A 
6/25/1987 A 
7/04/1987 A 
3/07/1987 B 
3/21/1987 B 
9/03/1937 D 
9/05/1987 C 
9/16/1987 C 
9/17/1987 B 
9/13/1987 B 
9/18/1987 C 
9/18/1987 A 



3 


N 


4 


N 


12 


P N 


7 


J 


10 


N 


1 


N 


3 


N 


( 


N 


13 


P N 



R53 



6 
4 
4 
1 
1 
11 
1 



N 

N HIO 

N 

N 

E 

E 

N 

N C30 

E 

E 

N S30 

N L40 

N 

N 046 

N S30 

N S65 

N 

P 

N 



H 2 5/03/1987 C 3 N 



H 1 10/09/1987 C 1 P N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO N.C, COMPUTERS 

RED TAPE SNARLS SUPERCOMPUTER EFFORTS 

il'^IIJIi.?^f?P'^™'''S< F^'OJECT BACK ON TRACK 

AUDITOR'S report: STATE AGENCIES ARE LAX IN FtlRCHASING COMPUTERS 

N.C. CONFERENCE OF THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
SEE N.C. W«TEIi METHODIST CONFERENCE 

N.C. CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 
SEE ALSO CONSERVATIVES 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL CONGRESS I OfJAL CLUB 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

yiS. ATTORNEY'S FtKT NOT HEREDITARY OFFICE 

PdlTICS IS A PUZZLEMENT 

N.C. CONSERVATION COUNCIL 

SEE CONSERVATION COUNCIL OF N.C. 

N.C. CONSERVATIVES UNITED 
SEE ALSO CONSERVATIVES 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, CURRICULUM 
PANa CHANGES DRAR AIDS CURRICULUM 

N.C. a»(STITUTION 

SEE W.^ COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTIONAL INTEGRITY 
SEE ALSO GUBERNATORIAL SUCCESSION 
SEE ALSO N.C, GOVERNORS 
SEE ALSO VETO POWER 

VETO ISSUE LIKaY TO SURFACE AGAIN 

VETO UNPOPULAR; FEELINGS MIXED ON SUCCESSION 

WKfAtiSff 0?lu1g?55^?^^ LEGISLATORS... SHORTEN SESSIONS... 

OPfCRTUNITY FOR CHANGE LOST THROUGH PaiTICS 

ALLOW STATES RIGHT TO REMAIN DIFFEROfT 

COWCIL ENDORSES COUNTY'S ANTI-KKK PETITION 

m^ BOARD SHOULD ABIDE BY STATE DEADLINE 

GgOAL ASSEMBLY ICBATES CHANGE OF ELECTION YEARS 

c^fr^^Jf SI, LEGISLATURE DID DLKINQ 1987 SESSION 

^J^J^ ^^^ ANOTHER CONSTITUTION BICefTENNIAL CELEBRATION IN 9 YFflRQ 

^ ^EGnG^NTlE^K^1xS:f lo^r"^^^^^^^ 

N.C CONSUMER PROTECTION DIVISION 
SEE ALSO CONSUMER FTOTECTION 
VACATION TRIP OFFERS OFTEN SWWS 

N.C CONSU^ERS COUNCIL 

SENATE TAX PLAN IS UNFAIR 

N.C. CORRECTIONAL CQ^TER FOR WOMEN 
SEE ALSO PRISONERS, N.C 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, PRISONERS 

ES?I SAWoM^fsllS.^^^^" ''''' '''^' 

iwates offereii art classes 
what kind of justice'' 

rSn^'f^'rS ™ ^ ^"^^^ ^^^™^ '' '•'' 

n.c council for social legislation 

^N«:ras'K'^K^^"^^' ™ ^^^^°'^ 

N.C COUNCIL OF CHURCJES 



-DATE— 



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E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 11/03/1987 C 1 N 046 
H 2 ll/()6/1987 C 1 N 046 
H 1 11/19/1987 B 3 N 



S 2 8/20/1987 A 4 
3 2 9/25/1987 A 4 



H 2 12/03/1987 B 3 N 



H 


2 


1/02/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


1/05/1987 A 


5 


Q 


H 


9 


3/15/1987 A 




N 140 


H 


3 


4/15/1987 B 




N U27 


H 


2 


5/14/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


5/23/1987 D 




N 


H 


2 


6/06/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


6/13/1987 A 




E 


H 


3 


6/24/1987 B 


1 f 


■■ N B81 


H 


2 


7/03/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 B 




N 


H 


9 


8/15/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


9/18/1987 B 




N 


H 


O 


10/07/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


12/25/1987 B 


5 


N 


S 


o 


5/16/1987 A 


1 


N B85 


H 


2 


6/24/1987 A 


4 


L 



S 


2 


1/13/1987 C 


6 N 


H 


O 


6/03/1987 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


7/23/1987 D 


2 N 


H 


9 


8/11/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/26/1987 D 


4 P N 


S 


9 


8/27/1987 A 


20 P P 


S 


n 


9/01/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


10/20/1987 C 


2 N 


H 


n 


1/09/1987 C 


5 N 


S 


2 


12/02/1987 C 


4 N 



T 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1937 



S U B J E 



InS^ssmt^y'wmum protesting unjust treat^ient 

BLUE^OSS,CHURD€S TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE FOR CHILIiREN OF POOR 
PARPCRSHIP HELP'S rOUTriS <£J INSURAtCE 

^'^' SWE^OFFICIAlFi£IGH $1.7 MILLION F1<IC£ TAG FOR PERHUDA ISLAND 
SiL OF STATE AFWOUES PUR-CHASE OF PERHUCAISLAND 

ffiKoi^lN^O^^'^P^Rf l^'luI^^S^A ^ik VICTORY IN ANOTHER 

F^OCHIAL INTERESTS HURTING PARK SYSTEM 

G^ LEGISLATOR TO RIJN FOR SECRETARY OF STATE 

^iNCIL OF STATE OKS LEASE OF LAND IN CATAUBA 

N C. COJNCIL OF yCHEN'S CRiGANIZATICNS 

SEeTsO N.C. OTNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN 
rH^ UaWN LEAK STATE-yiDE WOMBN'S GROUPS 
FTOM ON^WTIOmL SECURITY SLATED ■SATLfRDAY 

N.C. COJNCIL ON AGING 

SEE N.C. DIVISION OF AGING 

N.C. COUNCIL ON DE'vCLOPHOJTAL DISABILITIES 

^ a^l^rET^To^PA^^ESf^'S^lRONICALLY ILL CHILI.RtN 

I 11 irTSiL^CH^^frcSIToN THE STATUS OF ^ 
COUNTY UOMEN'S PANEL REQUESTED 
G^TS AVAILABLE FOR WOMEN'S SEMINARS 

N.C. COJRT OF AF-PEALS 

SEE ALSO CaiRTS, N.C. 

SS'S ^^^M OFFICER UFtEun 

court ru£s agaif<st leaf fartcrs 
Ks^cKf-^Ig/wiction in ha^ .^i£R 

N°C^^LEGI5'^0RS^MCVING^T0 HALT AWECATIQN LAND RUSH BY CITIES 

SMIb ^^IcSI ^'.i?^i]f-i:ING yCULD HOUSE ^^0,^^00^?^ 
•^Im HM€ TO R-™ «4 MILLION AS RESULT OF R^I.Nb ON FUa COSTS 
COURT UPHCa« RP.'OCATIDN OF FF:OBATION IN FIRE C«SE 

II^^AR-cif Pgf YoGnG^'U TRAFFID^^ERS DRAWS hEAVY FIRE 
COURT UF-HCU'S EX-ItEFLTY'S AF'PEAL 

ffi'SfHCpf^mwyiKF MANSLAUGHTER, ASSAULT ^^^ 
^TMENT FHR GIRL UF'HELD: COUNTY PAYING^J6,0C0 MONTHLY... 
COURT OVERTURf^ RULING IN UAhF£N PCB tAbt 

SI ill 11^^ SSCE^^^ ^^^^^ON^RpARIO GIRL 
EX^S^IALUCRKER CHALLENGING LAU LOSES ON AFfEAL 

S^ lil^l^sS??i'lF WEfs IS RESULT OF JOB FISSURES 
EX-CFFICEF'S CONVICTION IS Up-HELD 

^-Y^^PRl'fcN^TfM'lu^To^^i^lEs^llf^TOLEN GOODS CASES 
OTJSpK COW CTIG^ OVERTURNED IN BPEAK-INS 
APPEALS COURT RaiNG FAVORS SURPLUS STORES 



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I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


[1 — DATE — C - 


F'G L P BYL 


H 


2 1/03/1987 A 


9 N 


H 


2 1/09/1987 C 


5 N 


S 


2 l/OV/1987 A 


1 P 


H 


2 ■2/-04/1987 B 


1 T F ZU 


H 


2 4/21/1987 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 10/30/1987 B 


7 N 


S 


2 12y'19/1987 A 


1 N "J82 


H 


1 2/03/1987 C 


3 H 


H 


2 2/M/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 9/02/1987 B 


5 P N 


H 


2 9/04/1987 C 


6 H 


o 


2 10/07/1987 C 


11 N 


H 


2 10/08/1987 A 


22 N 


S 


2 10/09/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/10/1987 C 


10 N 


H 


2 12/02/1987 A 


11 N 


S 


2 4/14/1987 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 11/13/1987 B 


5 N RW 



H 2 3/01/1987 D 9 N U80 



H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



2 


1/23/1987 C 


1 


N M06 


2 12/24/1987 B 


3 


N 


2 


1/01/1987 C 


14 


N 


9 


1/21/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


n 


■2/04/1987 D 


5 


N 


3 


2/05/1987 B 


1 


N 080 





2/19/1987 B 


2 


N L40 


■-} 


2/'19, 1987 C 


4 


N 


n 


2/'25/1987 A 


1 


N L40 


n 


2/26/1987 A 


1 


N L40 


2 


3/03/1987 C 


7 


N 


9 


3/04/1987 B 


n 


N 


1 


3/C4/1987 C 


1 


W L4C 


n 


3/09/1987 A 


4 


E 


2 


3/12/-1987 D 


6 


N 


2 


3/13/1987 C 


1 


M R53 


1 


3/18/1987 C 


1 


N R53 


3 


3/18/1987 C 


1 


N R53 


n 


3/19/1987 A 


1 


N S82 


i^ 


4/08/1987 C 


1 


N R53 


3 


4/03/1987 C 


1 


N 


■y 


4/03/1987 C 


1 


N R53 


o 


4/08/ 1987 C 


14 


N R53 


T 


4/09/1987 A 


3 


N 


o 


4/22/1987 C 


5 


N 046 


1 


5/06/1987 B 


o 


N 


9 


5/06/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


7 


6/03/1987 B 


9 


N 


2 


6/12/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


'^ 


4/13/1987 B 


1 


N R-53 


3 


6/18/1987 B 


1 


N 



♦ 



i 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



SUBJECTS 



S^^?2L?^ J ^f J^STATED AGAINST N.C. GR'ANDPARENTS 

NEU TRIAL IS ORDERED IN MANSLAUGHTER CASE 

INSURANCE COMPANIES AFfEALING DECISION 

^,'^' fkfif^L'^^''^ f^'ULES FOR PARENTS IN UNBOR'N BABY CASE 

N^. COURT OF APPEALS UF'HOLIS RULING IN FAVOR OF PSYCHIATRIST, ime 

SEX^EF'ARATION LAU COULD CHANGE UNDER HACKLY BILL 

HAMMER ASSAULT TERM UNCHANGED nHi^xntt oiu. 

AP!;!£L,ii?'Pi=$?.'^'^^^-°f'SCENITY LAU CONVICTION 
ALAMANCE RETIREMENT CENTER GRANTED TAX-EXEMPT STATUS 
COJRT: ABC BOARD LIABILITY FOR INJLKY LIMITED TO INSURANCE 
COJR'T UPHOUiS PLAN FOR' INSOLVENT COMPANY iN^^UKANCE 

SL^fS^lKl^tKA^^^io^^jr'^^^^ '''''' ™^ '''' 

^l!?c'?K^J$T^°^ ^'^^^ IN KILLING AT DUKE UNIVERSITY 
APftALS COURT UPHOLDS SENTENCE OF EX-DURHAM LAWYER IN SLAYING 
APPEALS COURT RtVERSES 4 UORKERS' COMF' CASES 

LfiNG^aV?!5^J>,S^^^ 
TaSsu^^K aS? K? fTb^S "™ '''''''''' 

CONVICTIONS UPHELD IN PROSTITUTION CASE 

CO^T ORDERS A NEU TRIAL IN BREAK-IN 

f^°y^^?^S CHAPEL HILL MAN CAN REMAIN IN AF'ARTMENT 

N.C. COURT UPHOLDS $1 AWARD IN SEXUAL HARRA3SMENT CASE 

£?H?I- fOARD ,0F MEDICAL EXAMINERS UAS IN ERROR ^ 

MARTIN RESIGNING FROM BENCH 

REPUBLICAN WILL SEEK' ELECTION TO APPEALS COURT 

CmRT UPHOLDS OBSCENITY CONVICTION 

COURT OF APPEALS UPHOLDS REVERSAl OF LOUE'S REZONING 

COURT OF APPEALS OVERTURfJS RESISTING ARREST CONVICTION 

FARWILLE JUDGE TO RUN FOR SEAT ON APPEALS COURT 

SMITH NAffED NEU COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE 

N.C. COURT (F APPEALS, ELECTIONS 

ROXBORO LAWYER TO SEEK COURT OF APPEALS SEAT 

N.C. COURTS COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 
CHIEF JUSTICE SAYS MERIT SELECTION BEST WAY TO PICK' JUDGPq 
JUDGE PAY proposal: DON'T FORGET TEACHERS -^^^ 
READ APPOINTED TO COURTS PANEL 
^^xil^^J^^ JJILDING USE TO 2 COMMISSIONS 
BARRING OF GROUPS FRtIM LEGISLATIVE BUILDING CRITICIZED 

N.C. CREDIT miON LEAGUE 
PLEDt^S ROLL IN 

N.C. CRIME AND JUSTICE CONFERENCE 

M ^i§ i&"jSsTlc¥s$^f^^'^^^ "^ ''■'''"' '''^'^ 

S^T^Nl°^^AR^^^?^R^?i^iN'^20^01^°' ^^^■^' ™' ™"^- 
CONFERENCE TACKLES STATE'S COMPtJTER CRIME PROBLEM 
POLICE SHOWS, TV NE'JS DISTORT REALITY OF CRIt€ 

'•'sEE^T^^ffi S^^BM"^^^^^^ 

N.C^CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTING SERVICE 
SEE ALSO CROPS 
SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 

PLANTED ACREAGE IN N.C. EXF'ECTED TO ECCLINE 4 PERCENT 

N.C. CROP PROJECTIONS FOR YEAR AR£ RELEASED 

N.C. CULTURE WEEK 



N 

P 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 



-DATE- 



PA6E1381 
1/21/88 

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



6/19/1987 R 
7/08/1987 C 
: 7/14/1987 D 
7/29/1987 B 
8/05/1987 C 
8/06/1987 B 
8/11/1987 C 
8/19/1987 C 
8/19/1987 C 
9/02/1987 A 
9/02/1987 
9/02/1987 
9/04/1987 
9/16/1987 
9/16/1987 
9/16/1987 
9/16/1987 
9/17/1987 
10/07/1987 .- 
10/07/1987 C 
10/07/1987 C 
10/13/1987 B 
11/04/1987 C 
11/04/1987 C 
11/18/1987 B 
12/02/1987 B 
12/02/1987 C 
12/03/1987 A 
12/15/1987 C 
12/16/1987 B 
12/16/1987 C 
12/'16/1987 A 
12/17/1987 B 
12/29/1987 A 



4 


N 


1 


N R53 


6 


N 


10 


N 


3 P N 


3 


N 


1 


N U27 


12 


N 


1 


N 


13 


N L40 


6 


N 


8 


N 


4 


N 


5 


N 




N L40 


8 


N L40 


1 


N L40 


4 


N 


7 


N 


1 


N L40 


1 


N R53 


11 


N 


8 


N 


1 


N L40 


3 


N 


7 


N 


3 


N 


1 P N S32 


14 


N 


7 


N 




N L40 


1 


N 


8 P N 


1 P 


N 



H 1 12/18/1987 B 1 P N H60 



2 1/18/1987 D 
2 4/26/1987 D 
2 9/16/1987 B 
2 12/23/1987 C 
2 12/24/1987 C 



N 

E 

N 

N 

P N 



S 2 6/30/1987 C 1 N 



2 10/28/1987 C 
2 10/29/1987 A 
2 10/30/1987 A 
2 11/10/1987 A 
2 11/11/1987 A 



2 10/27/1987 B 
2 10/28/1987 A 



N 
N 

N B85 
J R53 
J R53 



H 1 4/07/1987 B 1 N 
H 1 8/13/1987 B 3 N 



-U630- 



MONTHLY 



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



Y SUBJECTS 



-CATE- 



PA6E13a2 
1/21/38 

I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 



SEE CU.TWE lEEK IN N.C. 
N.C. WiNCE T}£ATR£ 

^.c:^DaKhEATER TO PERFORfl FEB. 3 AT :-eiORIAL HALL 

n!c. dancers h£FlACE CHICAGO BALLET AT [S€ 

^ nIc! W^ICE of child day care LICENSIW3 

^ N.C. KTICE OF CHILD DAY ZffS. LICE>)SIf« 
N.C. riEBUT(WTE BALL 

^Af^'Sc^HEAD'TO I£BUTANTE BALL ^^ 
TipSID«R-E^ CLUB LISTS N.C. ICBUTANTES 
lO CHAIRMAN CHCSEN 
LOC^ DEB ASSISTS AT BALL 

N.C. DENT«. EXA« 

SEEAL^ ICNTAL EDUCATION 

1 t^ N^'&'GF'imAL EXAHINER-S ^,_, 

M ^i LMV.Tt.C.-CHAPQ. HILL ■SmO. ^.^^TRY 

TifflW-Y AFfllCANTS FLUNK DE-<TAL E/JW, LEGISLATCK 'oAYS 

P^IC HEWING SET ON lENTAL LICENSING 

SEJtAl'lIcS^FE InIaSES vote IS ItLAYEB _^ 

HaSE"P«^SDC'^S BILLON DENTISTS' LICEiNSING FEES 
^TS ^RAli%AL FEES BR^HED BAa 
riFNTAL LICENSING FEE INCREASES CK'D BY WM^t 
hS fees for I£NTISTS, HYGIDUSTS OK'D 

N.C. DENT(^ SCKIETY 

SEE ALSO DENTISTS, N.C. 

ffi^^/c^.E'^'SsEfi$OTE IS rCLAYEB 

D^MBERLAIN SERVES AS GWpy«'3 PAGE 
PHAMffRLAIN SERVES AS r'AGE IN N.C. 
SwLQYEES ^€ED AN OPTION ON GWING 
LEGISLATE OKS WIfJG LAND FOR SUPERCOLLIDER 
HIGGINS tf^tJINTED TO STATE GOVEF;N«BtT POST 

N.C. rtPT. OF AGRICULTISE 

1 ^^ fciS^TU^AL FINANCE AUTHORITY 

M ^Sa N.C. KARD OF AS^IIOJLTl^ 

is SiM U.S. I€PT. OF Aa^ICULPJRE 

"^E^^S URGED TO AID N.C. FARf^ 
^^TANT AGRICULPJRE CO«<ISSI0fi£R NA^Si ^ 
S5c ,!^TTTFP w^^t; (W PROMISE 'T 'y-aCDR-O^ „ 

wkS^^iciLs^f sta'fJ'S DEasib^ to halt f^ee c-cese 

S^sK I FOLW TO distribute F^ FOOD 

Mr Fran PROGRAM PJNDS RESTORED 

^LIKPY TO BE RESTORED FOR FOOD fmsm ^^^^^ 

^^JTl^r GRANT TO SH^ESFEARE FESTIVAL CRITICim) 

^E^ isE^U .lOVI^AGRiaJLTURE TO FRCNT B^t© 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1/24/1987 B 

i/'31/1987 B 

2/06/1987 D 

12/04/1987 D 

12/'18/1987 B 

12/18/1987 D 



L34 



H 2 7/05/1987 E 9 N 

S 2 7/06/1987 B 1 N 

S 2 7/30/1987 A 8 N 

S 2 8/21/1987 B 3 N 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



4/K'/1987 B 
5/09/1987 A 
5/13/1987 C 
5/14/1987 A 
6/12/1987 A 
6/13/1987 A 
6/16/1987 D 
7/04/1987 C 



1 


N 046 


13 


N R53 


1 


N 046 


?0 


N 046 


71 


N L40 


17 


N 


4 


N R53 


1 


N R53 



H 2 4/06/1987 C 6 N C60 
H 2 5/14/1987 A 20 N 046 



H 2 1/03/1987 B 1 

S 2 4/23/1987 A 6 

S 2 4/29/1987 A 12 

H 2 6/26/1987 A 4 

H 2 3/15/1987 C 1 

H 2 8/25/1987 A 11 

H 2 9/03/1987 B 3 

H 2 9/04/1987 C 6 

H 3 11/17/1987 B 5 



H 2 1/14/1987 C 1 

H 2 1/22/1987 A 14 

5 2 1/23/1987 D 

H 2 1/29/1987 B 

S 2 2/'05/1987 A 

S 2 2/06/1987 C 

H 1 2/07/1987 C 

H 2 2/10/1937 C 

H 2 3/16/1987 C 



N -^ 

N 

N 

E 

N 046 

N 

N 

N 

N E81 



1 


N L40 


4 


N 


4 


N 


3 


N A54 


4 


E 


5 


N 


3 


N 


12 


N 


1 


N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX B 
1/01/1987 - 12A31/1987 



U B 



N.C. REQUESTS CHEESE RECALL 

STATE HELPS CITIZENS GET RID OF PESTICIDES 

^^S^r'^^Rt^Ji'^rP ^^'^^ ^^ GA. AGRICULTURAL EXFt) 

STATE PUSHING FISH AS ALTER'NATIME CROP 

TAR fCELS TO TREAT CONGRESS TO NORTH CAROLINA DUCKS, YAffS 

N.C. DEPT. O^ AGRICULTURE, COMNISSIONER 
GRAHAM SAYS HE WILL SEEK RE-ELECTION 

N.C;^iEPT. OF A{«ICULTURE, STANDARDS DIVISION 
SEE ALSO MEASURING DEVICES 
SEE ALSO SCALES (WEIGHING DEVICE) 
LAB ENSURES POUND IS A POUND FROM MOUNTAINS TO THE SEA 

N.C. DEF-T. OF COMMERCE 

SEE ALSO U.S. DEFT. OF COMMERCE 
PANEL PAR-ES LIST OF WASTE SITES TO 148 
MEASIMS URGED TO AID N.C. FARMERS 
DEPUTY COMMERCE SECRETARY NAI€D 

REF'ORT SAYS NOR'TH CAROLINA GAINED 80,500 JOBS LAST YEAR 
MANUFACTURING INVESTMENTS SOAR IN N.C. 
SECOND QUARTER' RURAL GROWTH STRONG 
TAR HEEL BUSINESSES GIVEN TIPS ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE 

N.C. DEPT. OF COMMERCE, SECRETARY 
NEW OMCR-CE SECRETARY SWORN IN 

N.C. DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF PRISONS 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 

STATE BEING UR-GED TO STUDY SEaiNG YOUTH CENTER LAND 

N.C. CHURCH GR'OUP BACKS ALTERNATIVES TO PRISONS 

LAGGING PRISON CONSTRUCTION UORR'YING OFFICIALS 

PRISON POPULATION LIMIT PROPOSED 

CONSTCUCTION OF PRISONS NOT STARTED 

5fi?F!^u5rIJS^';i'5 °^ ICEPUHL UNDERMINES PRISONS PACKAGE 

SUIT CH^S INHUMAtC CONDITIONS AT 43 N.C. PRISONS 

M^TIN SEEKS EMERGENCY PRISON FUNDS 

CORRECTIONS NEED OVERHAUL 

PWCL ENDOR-SES 18,000-INMATE CAP ON PRISONS 

EXPANSION PLAN WOULD DOUBLE PRISON CAPACITY 

'^'crD^R^^eF^^^YSS'fflllj™'^ "" '''^"^'' ''''' «^^^^ 

DON'T aiMINATE COMMISSION 

SEX OFFENDERS GET LITTLE l€LP IN N.C. JAILS 

newspaper: SETTLEMENTS PAID TO PRISON WORKERS 

flSJF.^SJlS^I^JJ'^^^ 'SECRET' CORRECTION KPT. PAYMD/TS 

panel: SETTLEMENT POLICY NOT ABUSED 

PRISW KNTIST, ASSISTANTS PAID WHILE CLINIC aOSED 

PRISON CWtNGES MADE TO AVERT FEDERAL TAKEOVER 

PRISONS CHIEF EXPECTS MORE IWaVEMENT AT LKAL LEVa 

s^iFFi^$j^^i.i ^^?sS ^i sKiEr^^ ™ ^^^S 

OFFICE SF'ACE PLANS SPARK CONTROVERSY 
U.S. TAKEOVER OF N.C. PRISON'S COSTLY 

N.C. DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS, BUDGET 

4 BILLS ARE FILED TO EASE CROWDING IN STATE PRISOfjq 
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CHARGES STATE OWES IT $1.5 MILLION 
AGENCY SAYS N.C. OWES $1.5 MIUION niLLiUiv 

S?^FII°!!', ^^F^^ ^-l-S f'^'^1- i^IS JOB SHOULD BE TER■MI^JATED 
HIGGINS' PLEA RARaY HEARD IN GOVERNMENT ic™,i,»)iuj 

C'^^^I^S^tTANT SAYS STATE DIDN'T CHECK FIGURES HE GAVE 
N.C, SOME STATES MAKING F1^'IS0f€RS HELP TO PAY COSTS 

N.C. DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS, EMPLOYEES 

MARTIN BLASTS PANEL'S ACTION ON CORfiECTiaN OFFICIAL 

S|J°^L.raitY^R¥?[fho^^,^NM^EST^^°'^^^^ 
GOVERNOR UNDECIDED ON ADDRESSING PANEL 



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s 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 4/18/1987 A 1 


N 


S 


2 9/23/1987 C 6 


N 


s 


2 10/27/1987 A 7 


N 


H 


2 11/26/1987 F 9 


N 


s 


2 12/12/1987 A 3 


N 


H 


2 10/01/1987 A 19 P N 


H 


2 7/05/1987 C 10 P N B38 


H 


2 1/08/1987 B 1 


N S30 


H 


2 1/14/1987 C 1 


N L40 


H 


2 2/12/1937 D 7 


N 


H 


2 6/05/1987 B 1 


N 046 


H 


2 7/09/1987 D 6 


H 


H 


1 8/22/1987 C 1 P N H60 


H 


2 9/22/1987 C 7 


N M97 


H 


2 1/09/1987 B 6 


N 


H 


2 1/09/1987 B 6 


N 


H 


2 1/09/1987 C 5 


N 


H 


2 1/10/1987 A 10 P N 


H 


2 1/17/1987 A 9 


N 


H 


2 2/05/1987 A 16 


N 


S 


2 2/11/1987 C 3 


J R-53 


H 


2 2/13/1987 A 16 


N 


H 


2 2/13/1987 A 16 


N 


H 


2 2/16/1987 A 4 


E 


H 


2 2/26/1987 A 14 


N 


H 


3 4/16/1987 B 1 P N BIO 


H 


2 4/28/1987 B 4 


N i102 


H 


2 5/25/1987 C 1 


N 


H 


2 6/03/1967 A 4 


L 


S 


2 6/23/1987 B 10 


N 


H 


2 8/03/1987 B 2 F 


■ N 


S 


2 8/04/1987 A 3 


N 


H 


2 8/05/1987 D 4 


N 


S 


2 8/19/1987 A 8 


N 


H 


2 9/10/1987 A 22 


N 


H 


2 9/29/1987 A 12 


N 


H 


2 9/30/1987 B 3 


N 


H 


2 10/28/1987 A 9 


N 


H 


2 12/09/1987 B 5 


N 


S 


2 12/15/1987 C 6 


N 


H 


2 2/18/1967 B 1 


N 046 


S 


2 2/27/1987 C 4 


N 


H 


2 2/28/1987 A 16 


N 


H 


2 4/23/1987 A 15 


N 046 


S 


2 4/23/1987 A 4 


E 


H 


1 3/27/1987 B 2 


N 


H 


2 10/23/1987 B 5 


N 


H 


2 4/18/1987 A 10 


N 


H 


2 4/23/1987 A 15 


N 046 


S 


2 4/23/1987 A 4 


E 


H 


2 4/24/1987 A 14 P 


N 



-LXA30- 



„ N T H L W A^y^U^A^L _ l..^^^ BY SUBJECTS 



AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 



ffi i^risStM^^LE CLINIC CLOSED 
^•^SE&«"'ccE?hNt^SS^'S^'''' 

rnwF^ENCE ON CRIME BEGINS TODAY IN PARK 
DUKeIkS FOR HELP TO ENFORCE ALCOHOL LAW 

'•'sEi'^!c.°'DE^"f'SP?VlC INSTRUCTION 

'^•'kE'Slc.°ffi™ERVICES DIVISION 

N C. DEPT. OF HISTORY AND ARCHIVES ,„^„ 
SEE N.C. DIVISION OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

n.c. dept. of human resources 
see also blind 

^^threF are^hamed'to butner board 

ffli r-SMKsgSR^ciFE^^^^^^^ CHIEF 

MMo^r^^^Ni^^ k^l ^= POSSIBLE ABUSE COST .OB 
R6K-FR HOSPITAL MAY TRANSFER TO DUKE 
i Ey^K"^^^^^^^^^^^ '^^-< -ox BAKER 

STATE ffis MEETING ON HOSPITAL TRANSFER 
FW^SE CHARGES SHOULD BE PLACED IN 'FILE 13* 
imx BAKER HOSPITAL TRANSFER PLAN TIMELY 
STATE AWAITS ACTION ON BUTNER SEWER 
BAKER HOSPITAL CHANGE UNDECIDED 

IS^ K'stafPm E 'on job'future 

'j^PkSpfLf BLOci'^TUO f€U AMRTION 

t^^Tt^DlNirs'Mi^n OfI^ReK^F^^^^^^ 
nlO^ii^FRnNTRUNNERS LOSE FUNDS TO GROWING COUNTIES 
STATeSd^sK PLANTIN BUTNER FINED $9,500 

fe^'REi?RSBI? S^AvifihSTH BRINGING PROBLEMS 
BCRGENCY FUND FOR AIDS DRUG HAS 7 APPLICANTS 

N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, BUDGET 

PWCL OKS *50 MILLION IN BUDC-ET CUTS 

N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, DIVISION OF HEALTH SERVICES 

SEE N.C. HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION 
N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 

SEE ALSO VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 
GOODWILL GETS *32, 000 GRANT FOR RENOVATIONS 

N.C. DEF'T. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, SECRETARY 

BUTNER BILL ADVANCES 
N.C. rCF'T. OF HUMAN R-ESOURCES, SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE DIVISION 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 



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I T £■ 

L Y W 

-PG L P BYL ^ 



H 2 8/03/ 1V87 B 2 P N 

S 2 8/04/1987 A 3 N 

H 2 8/05/1987 D 4 N 

S 2 8/19/1987 A 8 N 



H 
H 
H 
S 



5/27/1987 C 

7/21/1987 A 

10/28/1987 C 

11/09/1987 A 



N 

N M51 
N 
N W82 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

S 

S 

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



1/13/1987 B 
1/13/1987 B 
4/03/1987 A 
5/09/1987 C 
5/16/1987 C 
5/21/1987 A 
5/27/1987 
6/05/1987 
6/05/1987 
6/06/1987 
6/08/1987 
6/09/1987 
6/11/1987 
6/11/1987 
6/16/1987 
6/20/1987 
6/22/1987 
6/26/1987 
7/03/1987 B 
3/29/1987 A 
9/08/1987 B 
9/09/1987 A 
10/28/1987 B 
11/22/1987 B 
12/11/1987 A 



C 
A 

' C 
A 
A 
A 

' A 
B 
A 
C 
A 
A 



1 

10 

11 

1 

1 

1 P 
1 

1 P 
1 
1 
1 
4 
4 

1 

1 F 
16 

1 
19 

1 
12 

1 

1 

6 

1 
16 



N 

N K65 . 
N 

N 046 
N A54 
N fl06 
N R53 
N M06 
N M06 
N M06 
N M06 
E 
E 
N M06 

N M06 

N 

N M06 

N 

N H60 

N S82 

N 

N 046 

J R53 



N 



H 2 6/04/1987 C 7 N 

H 2 7/16/1967 BUN 
H 1 6/25/1987 B 1 N R53 



-^i^- MONTHLY/ANNUAL 

1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12./31/1987 



SEE ALSO SOLID WASTE 
LANDFia RULES CALLED UNREALISTIC 
DWWAM, ORANGE REHAIN ON WASTE-SITE LIST 
WASTE-SITE LIST NAftROUEIi 
riUR-HA« COMPANIES PRODUCE LESS HAZARDOUS WASTE 

N.C. r€PT. OF I^aJFJ^NCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
AUTO INSUR'ANCE RATE INCREASE TO BE OFTOSED 

riinol^^r^iS^"^^^' '"^'-IC INXURANCE DATA 

INSURANCE REFORMS NEEDED 

HEALTH PLAN HAS $30 MILLION ECFICIT 

DECREE ON AUTO INSURANCE COULD CUT RATES IN DURHAM 

CAR INSURANCE PROPOSAL IS STAMF'ED 'UNJLSTIFIEIi' 

?S^JIcPri^^^ '^^^ VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS 
INSUKtRS GAIN 

STATE HEALTH FLAN LEADER APPOINTED 

OFFICIALS TO BE SUBPOENAED ON CAR INSURAfCE HIM 

N.C. DEPT. OF INSUR'ANCE, CCMMISSIOf€R 

long: INSURANCE AVAILABILITY NO LONGER A PROBLEM 
LONG USING SEQUEL FOR BUMFtR STICK^ER 
LONG HAS MODERNIZED INSURANCE ICPARTMENT 

^'^' Ef^J'nSL^'^URANCE, SPECIAL SERVICES DIVISION 
BAIL BONDSMAN LAWS NEED ARREST GUIDaiNES 

N.C. DEFT. OF LABOR 

^S^fSI^'^r^E^ivI'LT'^ '°'^'' ""''''''' ''' 

OFFICE SPACE PLANS SPARk' CONTRtH.'ERSY 

N.C. DEPT. OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

SEE N.C. DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

N'G- DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOLIRCES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO GR-OWTH MANAGEMENT FLAWING I'tvtLUhntfVI 

SEE ALSO LAND USE 

NIXIEAR HIW ISSUE STILL SPARKING EEBATE 

SCHOOLS SEWER REPAIR TO COST $1.6 MILLION 

JORD^ WATER USERS TO MONITOR QUALITY 

BUTNER PLANNING BOARD GETS LOOK AT GROWTH PLAN 

STATyRRBW LIMITING DLRHrSEWERSKVICK 

^nSKK-,^S^' COMMISSION MAY HAVE VIOLATED LAW 

CENTRALIZED EhWIRONMENT DEPT, PROPOSED 

LT. GOVERNOR'S COMF'ANY PAYS FINE FOR FtlLLUTION 

eSKE^^^Rg^ '' '''''' FAYS'^^^^^INE 

MARTIN BACKS SUPER AGENCY 

HOf€LESS SHaTER IN BURLINGTON GETS GRANT OF $23,967 

N.C. DEFT. OF PUBLIC HEALTH 

SEE N.C. HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION 

N.C. DEPT, OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO N,C. BOARD OF EDUCATION 
^^rflk^Tc'^A iU'l^r-^ NON-F'UBLIC EDUCATION 

IIHML^° ^ ^SKED ABOUT DRUGS, ALCOHOL 

EBUCATORS PROPOSE CHANGES IN BEP 

INSTRUCTION ABOUT AIDS TO BE MULLED FOR SCHOOLS 

HELLO, CREEDMOOR? THIS IS OXFORD, AND THIS CALL WILL BE FREE IN '38 



OBJECTS 


F-AGE1385 






1/21/88 




S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


H 


2 1/13/1987 B 


1 N S80 


S 


2 1/16/1987 C 


1 N 


S 


2 4/01/1987 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 11/06/1987 C 


1 N L41 


H 


2 2/27/1987 A 


13 N 


H 


2 3/01/1987 D 


.5 N 


H 


2 3/05/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 5/21/1987 A 


22 N 


H 


2 6/03/1987 C 


1 N 046 


S 


2 8/04/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 8/15/1987 B 


5 P N 


H 


2 8/26/1987 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 8/27/1987 A 


18 P N 


H 


2 9/01/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


1 9/02/1987 B 


1 N S80 


H 


2 9/14/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/04/1987 B 


3 N 


;aring H 


2 11/12/1987 A 


19 N 


H 


1 11/26/1987 B 


1 P N 


: H 


2 12/06/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 12/23/1987 A 


12 P N 


3 


2 12/29/1987 A 


6 N 


S 


2 1/19/1987 C 


3 J 


H 


2 10/14/1987 A 


13 N R53 


H 


1 11/26/1987 B 


1 P N 


S 


2 4/27/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


1 6/26/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


1 7/22/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 12/09/1987 B 


5 N 



H 


2 1/01/1987 A 


24 N 


S 


2 1/14/1987 A 


1 M N S92 


S 


2 1/14/1987 A 


1 N W82 


H 


1 3/07/1937 C 


1 N S80 


H 


2 3/26/1987 B 


4 E 


H 


2 10/17/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 10/26/1987 A 


5 J R'SS 


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 


H 


2 12/05/1987 A 


1 N L40 


H 


1 12/12/1987 C 


1 N 



H 2 1/07/1987 A 13 N 

S 2 1/08/1987 C 6 N 

H 1 1/1^'1987 B 1 N 

H 2 2/03/1987 C 1 N H60 



-LX630- 



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INDEX BY 
12/'31/19S7 



SUBJECTS 



— DATE- 



PAGE1386 
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S IT M' 

ELY ^ 

C -F-G L P BYL 



o 
S 
S 

s 

H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
3 



fficl^n?oS rN?C?^liif?Ps|h^LS NOT INCREASING 

STATE TKCHER-S PAY RANKING '!JISL|ADING' 

TEX.T CALIF. INFLUENCE N.C^XTBOQKS 

Igffl S'Ks™ nCIZE LACK OF RELIGION IN HISTORY BOOKS 

PO^I^TOLD TO '^ EASY' IN DRUG PTOGRAM 

STATE P'^NS AD CAMF'AIGN FOR TEACHER'S 

AIDS POLICY FOR SCHOOLS WANTED 

Rfiu HARTIN GETS HIMSELF IN PICKLE 

mi nVcI PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE SHOCKING 

f^^^s -sloops ijs^- -^^ 

PA^r?f^^ffis ^Ll^^R°As1h ISS ROIM. 

»Slfe/El.^Sul!S^^^^^ -^^^HK^ -^^^^^^ 
M 1- rin:'T np PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, SUPER INTDJDENT ^ 

lE^E^Er^^^^^^^^^^ -..INSTR^TION 

llTs^f^^rN?#G^^t^iraJ5^TI0N CHIEF, 

i^TE tflRWeS WIRETAPS IN [aiG^IWESTI.3ATI0NS }] 

mrj^TION AFF•OINT^iE^^■ BILL OPFflbED u 

HOJSE PANEL BACKS BOARD OF EDUCATIQN CHANGES " 

FwPflMI^E NOT EXT'ECTED ON EDUCATION BILLS ^ 2 

PUWlf SCHOOL MANAGEMENT OVERHAUL APPEARS STALLEB » 

mim SAYS SCHTOL SUPERINTENDENT BIU IS DEAD " 

OW'ORTUNITY FOR W,NGE LOST THROUGH POLITICS » 

Sob^Kk^HiK^lSiioN^^ 

■ illi S SIT.^^l^'l^'^l SOCOL POST I 

ETVERIDtX EfflJORSED 

^•^seE^a^so^^nS'rev'enue service 

l^iN'.C-.'sKilTOR. OFFICE 

^%ATE°OFFICe't0"0FFER TAX-FILING ASSISTA.CE S 

DURHAM REVALUATION j='RAISED H 

H ALM N-C. SOCIAL SERVICES COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO SOCIAL SERVICES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO UELFARE REFORM ^^^^^^„ 
SEE ALSO WORK INCENTIVE RRQGRAM 
N.CT NEEDY LEH IN COLD SEEKIfW lNERGY BIU HEU- 

^•'^SEi^Al[sO°'N.rB5^AE?,'oP?RANSF13RTATION 

1 ^AhiS 'ni: SKlSS^SvEMENT FI^GRAH 
SEE ALSO TRANSP'ORTATION 
il AL^ TKANSFWTATION UATCH 

SEE ALSO US 501 ^ H 

UEIGH IN THE TRUCKS ^^,^,„, S 

'^^^is^'Ml'S^n. ON HIGH^r BILL 



2 3/ 15/1987 D 

2 5/15/1987 A 

2 5/27/1987 A 

2 6/10/1987 A 

2 6/22/1987 A 

2 6/26/1987 A 

2 8/03/1987 A 

■7 9/02/1937 A 

2 9/02/1987 A 

2 10/09/1987 A 

2 10/12/1987 B 

2 10/13/1987 B 

2 10/14/1987 C 

2 11/12/1987 A 

3 11/14/1987 C 
2 12/14/1987 A 
2 12/15/1987 A 



4 

7 

1 I 
16 

1 
17 

1 

14 
13 

5 

6 
11 



E 
N 

N S92 
N 

N S92 
N 
■ N 392 
N 



R53 
R-53 
R53 



N 

J R53 
N BIO 
E 
J R53 



1/20/1987 B 
3/12/1987 C 
3/16/1987 
3/26/1987 
3/30/1987 
4/01/1987 
4/11/1987 
4/17/1987 
5/21/1987 
5/21/1987 
5/23/1987 D 
5/24/1987 C 
6/03/1987 B 
6/04/1987 C 
6/06/1987 A 
6/09/1987 B 
6/17/1987 C 
6/17/1987 C 
10/29/1987 D 
12/'19/1987 C 



N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 046 

N 

N 

N 

H 

N 
PN 
_ P N 
7 N 
4 E 
6 J R'53 
1 P N J40 
1 P U 392 
6 N 
3 N 



10 

4 
17 

1 
13 

3 
12 

"9 
6 
7 
2 



I 



2 1/17/1987 A 9 N 

? 4/10/1987 A 1 P N M06 

2 6/C6/1937 B 4 N 

2 6/24/1987 C 16 N 

2 10/13/1987 C 5 N 



S 2 2/21/1987 A 3 N 



2 1/06/1987 A 
2 1/1)8/1937 A 
2 1/13/1987 B 



4 E 
1 N B85 
9 N 



"*-X'^30- MONTHLr/ANNUAL INDEX BY SUB 

1/01/1937 - 12/31/1987 



nURHAM OKS FUNIiS FOR DTCC 

CARRBORO SUFf'ORTS BYPASS FtAN; DENIES FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTION 

??J S^v^^ fKOMMEND CHARLotTE FOR LONDON FLIGHT 

TUD MEETINGS BEING HELD ON ROADS 

UP A TREE, ON THE JOB 

RESIDENTS GIVE VIEWS ON BYPASS 

23-YEAR ROAD PLAN PROPOSED FOR AREA 

HAR'RINGTON SAYS lOT WJN'T PUSH 65 MF'H LIMIT 

^ihJ^l ^^J'^^ " '^'H LIMITS ON I^frERSTATES 

f IGNSON 1-85 MAY COWFUSE CITY VISITORS 

RESIDENTS DECRY LAURENCE TOAD BYPASS PROPOSAL 

DOT DEPUTY SECR'ETARY DIES OF WRECK INJURIES 

THE GREENING OF DURHAM 

OFFICIALS LOOK DOW ROADS— AND SEE JAMS 

FOR'MER LEGISLATOR IS APPOINTei DEF'UTY DOT SECRETARY 

STATE PAYS U.S. MORE THAN IT GETS FOR ROADS 

t'^^ ^^^Fn]^^ ^^^ SEVEN OF 18 STATE BICYCLE PROJECTS 

TAKING IT SLOW 

PROTECTING N.C. RIGHTS OF WAY 'WAVE OF FUTURE' 

SENATE PANEL OKS SPEED LIMIT OF 65 

DOT STUDY TO DECIDE WHERE SPEED LIMIT TO TAKE EFFECT 

STATE'S FERRIES EXPECTING 'BIG SUMICR' 

65 MPH UNLIKaY FOR 1-85 AROUND DURHAM 

SBIATE PANEL OKS SPECIAL 'CAR LOAD' HIGHWAY LANE 

T^zlTloTlLI ffus"^™ '''''' '''' ^'^ "^^ 

piKHAM MAY GET FUNDS FOR SECONBARY ROADS 

BILL IS INTENDED TO BLOCK CITIES' LURING OF ROADS 

EXTENSION OF N.C. 57 PROPOSED IN ROXBORO °^ 

GRANVILLE COMMISSIONERS HIRE COUNTY MANAGER 

ROAD PAVING CHOICES DRAW SOME PROTESTS 

IJLL WOULD LET CITY NEGOTIATE ON SHARING PARKWAY COST 

Si^^^^K^S'flKlTLDFLS^ '' ^^ «^^ '^'^ 

COMPROMISE SOUGHT ON LIMITIhffi CITIES' ROLE ON ROADS 

CARRBORO TO REQUEST 4-LANE 15-501 BYPASS 

RED MILL ROAD'S PROJECTS NOT IN PANa JURISDICTION 

^^X^ "L^n^nl^J'^iSlF'PCRT Qn'tH'ORMHFARE ^ 

RED MILL ROAD WOR'K IN OR OUT OF PLANS'' 

?^'?i5^1!;gyfIS°'^ f^LICY TESTS ROAD GANG MEMBERS 

|r40 DOBJSION LIKaY TO OPEN AROUND JULY 1 

TRASHED QUARRY BLASTED 

STATE FACES ICADLINE TO REPLACE RRIDGE 

ENCIICER: PUBLIC SUPPORTS FOUR-LANE PLAN FOR BYPASS 

AWRD UNVElJ^D ^^^ ^^^^^^^'^ CITy'fUNDINg' OF hSs 

TECHNIQUE USED TO SAVE BRIDGES TRIED IN N.C. 

PARK ROAD WORK BEGINS f€XT MONTH 

IMPROVED 15-501 BYPASS COULD BE OBSOLETE BEFORE DONE - OFFICIALS 

CHATHAM BOARD TO PRESS STATE TO IMFTOVE 15-501 J^^ GLIALS 

HOUSE ENACTS Bia ON COMMUfJICABLE DISEASES 

STATE WILL MAINTAIN FLOWERS PLANTED FOR FESTIVAL 

S^firg^AI^^r^g^EI^/™ ^=^°^^" ™ ''^' 

FREEWAY CONSTRUCTION CAUSE OF APARTMENT FLOODMr^^^ 
oi^fJ°K;;^^L£M BYPASS CONTRACT IS AFf ROVED 
^^J^ g^S STUDY ON WireJING 501 NORTH OF ROXBORO 
OTRT REVERSES CONVICTION GF FORMER AFI -CIO OFFICIAL 
FEDER'AL RULING TO AFFECT SMALL AIRCRAFT IN N.C. 
TOPSAIL ISLAND ROAD AGREEfCNT FALLS APART 
miA>,'^JIJ^L9ET BAD NPJS ON HIGHWAY PROJECTS 
URBAN HIGHWAY PROJECTS ARE SHELVED BY STATE 
^ISJSTC^?r°^FJ.^^'^ ™ WIDEN GUESS RTOD 
WIDENING OF GUESS ROAD NOW ANYBODY'S GUESS 
HEARING SET ON OXFORD LOOP PROJECT 
HEARING SET ON N.C. 54 WIDENING 



J 1 1 


C T S 


PAGE1337 
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S 


I T 


N 


1 E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


3 


2 1/13/1987 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


3 1/14/1987 C 


1 N K65 


H 


2 1/23/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


3 2/05/1987 B 


1 N 080 


H 


1 2/06/1987 B 


1 P P L38 


H 


3 2/06/1987 B 


1 N B81 


H 


3 2.^06/1987 B 


1 N MIO 


S 


2 2/06/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 2/07/1987 B 


4 P N 


S 


2 2/19/1987 A 


1 P N W82 


H 


3 2/27/1987 B 


1 N W27 


H 


2 3/-07/1937 D 


5 N 


H 


2 3/29/1987 D 


1 P N C19 


H 


2 4/03/1987 C 


1 N i197 


H 


2 4/10/1987 A 


18 N 


H 


2 4/12/1987 A 


17 N 


H 


2 4/14/1987 C 


5 N S80 


S 


2 4/15/1987 B 


1 P P F70 


S 


2 5/06/1987 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 5/07/1987 B 


8 P N L40 


S 


2 5/08/1987 A 


10 N 


H 


2 5/10/1987 D 


10 P F C19 


H 


2 5/18/1937 B 


1 N 


H 


2 5/19/1987 C 


5 N F53 


S 


2 5/22/1987 A 


1 P N S9'2 


H 


2 5/26/1987 B 


1 N H60 


S 


2 5/26/1987 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 5/27/1987 C 


1 P N 046 


H 


1 5/27/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


1 6/02/1987 C 


1 N H60 


H 


1 6/02,'1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 6/03/1987 C 


1 N 046 


H 


2 6/04/1987 C 


8 N 


H 


2 6/05/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 6/08/1987 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 6/10/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 6/10/1937 B 


5 N 


H 


3 6/10/1987 C 


1 N K65 


H 


2 6/11/1987 B 


1 P N M97 


H 


1 6/11/1987 B 


1 N 


S 


2 6/11/1987 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 6/13/1987 C 


16 N 


H 


2 6/13/1987 A 


1 N R-80 


H 


1 6/24/1987 B 


1 P N 


S 


2 6/26/1937 A 


6 N 


H 


2 6/27/1987 D 


5 N W27 


H 


2 7/02/1987 C 


14 N 


S 


2 7/10/1987 C 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 7/10/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 7/20/1987 C 


1 N IB2 


H 


2 7/23/1987 B 


14 N B81 


H 


3 8/04/1987 B 


1 N K65 


H 


2 3/12/1987 D 


4 N 


S 


2 8/12/1987 A 


3 N 


H 


2 8/13/1987 C 


6 N 


H 


2 8/19/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


1 3/21/1987 B 


1 N S80 


S 


2 8/28/1987 A 


5 J R'53 


S 


2 9/09/1987 C 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 9/11/1987 A : 


10 N 


H 


1 9/11/1987 C 


1 N S80 


H 


2 9/16/1987 B 


5 N 


S 


2 9/17/1987 A 


5 J R53 


H 


2 9/23/1987 B 


6 N 


H 


2 9/25/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 10/04/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 10/05/1987 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 10/06/1987 C 


1 N ,X30 


H 


1 10/08/1937 B 


1 N R53 


S 


2 10/10/1987 C 


1 N 



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MONTHLY/ ,HH,^^. _ I^NJ^E^X^^ 



B Y 



TRANSPORTATION DEPT. SCURRIES TO ^EEP CITY ROAD PROJECTS ALIVE 

HE^NG HCWAY ON UIDENING PART Or4t^^^^^''nyrnr.n 
DOT I^DS f£ETING TODAY ON OUTER LOOP FOR OXFORD 
ifTAlROADSLAU BRINGS CHARGES OF PaiTICAL GAMES 
r& EJECTS COUU. LaSd ON NEU HIGHUAt DEPT. PLAN 
nyPORD fflJTER LOOP PETITION THREATENS SUIT 
GOVEfWralS HIGHWAY BILL INTERPRETATION 
STATE STOULD PAY FOR ENTIRE RDU PROJECT 
MT UARI€Ii TO HIRE hORE MINORITIES 

ES'lI^"!^? HELP SCHOOL ROAD ^^^ 
1^501 yiDENIW3 PASSES ENVIR-CNKENTAL TEST 

f?i^T^S HiE Sr&'^'oN HIGrt^Y NEEDS 

Sake TORTIffll OF RTF' TO OPEN IN ABOUT 2 YEARS 

HANY DOT UORMRS NEAR RETIREJCf-iT . ^,-„^ 

1% HIGHUAYEHFIOYEES NEAPING END OF LAR£ERS 

MARTIN'S COfWITMENT TO 1-40 MAY BECOME POLITICAL MILLSIUNt 

RTKTNG LANE URIJED AT BYPASS HEARING _^„^, 

PBE^IAN SI&NAL OK'D AS TRAFIC^ SaUTION 

^K^S^^LTio^^ T^^ iH^^SCHEI^ 

^^TnteSnI^p^Idseb near AIR^RT 

STATE SAYS >£LP NEEIO FOR U.S. 70 OVERPASS 
iS'^fuT^^Sp'oilk^ ?§ OT^T FOR ECTTER RtlAIS 

^•^SEE^A^SO^^HlS^HSSfSS^flil^OSTS 
SEE «.S0 N.C. HIGHWAY FUND 

gS ^fJR'pL^I^S s'^0 SCHCa r^OPOUTS CRITICIZED 
SdSto-S OFFER COMPETING F^Ora^S ON ROAD MONEY 
Hiy5«TNGTnN SAYS N.C. FACING HIGHWAY 'DlbHSTEK' 
pf^ K RAISE SALARY OF Oa'ERNCR TO $105,000 
c'SVronJfiTP'jnTFS TODAY ON $13.4 BILLION COHPRCMIb-E BUDGET 
Su^HA?tlMITl^aTY WGH^Y FUNiaNG STILL^FbSING, HARRING 

LEAKERS GCTTING SOME CONTROL OVER ROAD MONEY 

N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION, glPLOYEES 
nTc. DEFtJn SECRETARY OF KIT DIES 
TRANSPORTATION EMPLOYEE SUSFmO 
M(W DOT WORKERS NEAR RETIREMBjT ^^^ 

1,000 HIGHWAY EtiPLOYEES NEARINb tND OF CAREERS 

N r DEPT. OF TR-AVEL AND TOURISM 

SEE N.C. DIVISION OF TR:AVa m TOURISM 

N.C. DEPT. OF TREASURY 

SEE N.C. lEPT. Cy REVENUE 

N.C. rCTECTIVE AGENCY 

^H^E^/'^^rCAil^'aSlsrKOMHCME 
ffiE^r'^RH^S^y™ :11 STRIvrr* TO BE A TOP-NOTCH SLEUTH. 

N.C. DISTRICT AHORNEY'S ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO DISTRICT ATTORfJEYS, N.C. 
DISTRICT AHORNEYS' GRWR BACKS BILL 

N.C. DIVISION FOR EXCEPTIONAL MLDREN 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAF'ra 
SEE ALSO DYSLEXIA 

it ALSO EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN, N.C. 
PERSON PROGRAM PICKED A3 MOICL 

N.C. DIVISION OF AGING 
SEE ALSO AGIf« 



S U B J E C 1 


S 


PAGE1388 
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N 


3 

E E 


I T m 
. LY _ 1 


F 


D — DATE — C - 




P BYL '• 


S 


2 10/14/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 10/15/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


1 10/15/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 10/16/1987 A 


11 


N 046 


H 


2 10/16/1987 C 




N L40 


H 


1 10/16/1987 C 




N T33 


H 


2 10/21/1987 A 


13 


N 


S 


2 10/27/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 10/31/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 11/04/1987 C 


1 P P 


S 


2 11/12/1987 A 




N «06 


H 


3 11/18/1987 C 




N B81 


H 


2 11/19/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 11/19/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 11/19/1987 A 


1 f 


N B85 


S 


2 11/27/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 11/28/1987 A 




N 


S 


2 11/30/1987 A 




J R'53 


H 


3 12/01/1987 C 




N E31 


H 


3 12/09/1987 C 




N K65 


H 


2 12/13/1987 B 




N 


s 


2 12/14/1987 A 




N 1^ 


H 


2 12/'15/1987 C 




N R53 


H 


2 12/16/1987 C 




N M97 


s 


2 12/16/1987 C 




N U82 


H 


2 12/22/1987 D 




N 


H 


3 12/29/1987 C 




N B81 


s 


2 2/16/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 2/28/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


1 3/05/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 3/20/1987 A 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 8/04/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 3/06/1987 A 


1 


N 046 


ON '3AYS S 


2 11/18/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 11/27/1987 B 


6 


N 



S 2 3/06/1967 A 1 N 

H 2 4/03/1987 C 5 N 

S 2 ll/27/r987 A 12 N 

H 2 11/28/1987 A 14 N 



I 



2 3/06/1987 A 7 N 
2 4/30/1987 A 16 N 
■^ 9/23/1987 C 1 P U U82 



H 2 7/22/1987 A 10 P N 046 



I 



H 1 5/16/1987 C 3 N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1937 



INDEX 
12/31/1937 



BY SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. INSTITUTE FOR LEARNING IN RETIREMENT 

SEE ALSO SENIOR' CITIZENS 
DIVISION OF AGING DIRECTOR SAYS 'LIFE BEGINS AT 70' 
[COJ RECEIVES $103,626 GRANT TO TRAIN SENIOR CITIZEf^ FOR JOBS 
NEEDS OF ELDERLY CALLED hAJOR CHALLENGE 
LOJISBURG GETS $30,000 STATE GRANT 
EXPERTS! RETIFHiEf^T HAVEN GROWTH BRINGING PROBLEMS 

N.C. DIVISION OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 
SEE ALSO HISTORIC MARKERS 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION FOUNDATION OF N.C, INC. 
SEE ALSO N.C, HISTORY 

EARL'S DEALINGS PART OF 65-PA6E HISTORY OF GRANVIUE 

DECISION ON FF;ANKLIN AIRPORT EXPECTED UITHIN THREE MONTHS 

HISTORIC PRWERTIES BOARD GETS GRAf^T 

19TH CEhfTLiRY FARMSTEADS YIELDING ARTIFACTS 

FAA PREPARING FRANKLIN AIRPORT SITE F1<OP0SAL 

N.C. ARCHIVISTS KEEP EYE ON RARE DOCUMENTS 

MARKER'S HONOR 2 DURHAM BENEFACTOR'S 

RARE BOOKS FALLING VICTIM TO ELEMENTS 

STATE MAY HIKE PUBLICATION COSTS 

N.C. DIVISION OF COASTAL MANAGEMENT 
SEE N.C. COASTAL MANAGEMENT ACT 
SEE N.C. COASTAL RESOLRCES COMMISSION 

N.C. DIVISION OF CONSUMER PROTECTION 
SEE N.C. CONSUMER PROTECTION DIVISION 



N.C. DIVISION OF EMER:GENCY MANAGEMENT 

STORM DAMAGE ON COAST IS PLACED AT $6.5 MILLION 
REACTION MIXED ON SUCCESS OF MOC^ EVACUATION 
S^It!^ OFFICIAL RIPS STATE'S PUBLICITY ON EVACUATION DRILL 
SHEARW^ HARRIS NUCLEAR PLANT TESTED AT 100% OF ITS POUER 
30 FIRES OUT; N.C. OFFICIALS EYE WEATHER 

N.C^JIVISION OF EWIRONMENTAL MANA6EICNT 
^E ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL FTOTECTION 
SEE ALSO N.C. ENVIRONMDfrAL MA,NAGEME^fr COMMISSION 

MORE FUNDS NEEDED FOR FUEL TANK CLEANUP 

STATE TO GAUGE REACTIONS ON ENO WASTEWATER FtANT 

^S^ ,^5^^ EXPANSION mmj qualify for $7 MILLION 

SEUA(£ HOOKUP MAY BE DIFFICULT FOR COMPANY 

SCHOOL'S SEWER NEEDS PRESS COUNTY 

GROUP ASKS HALT TO TREYBURN PLANT 

JS*^^^ P CHALLENGING $5.7 MILLION FINE BY STATE 

g« RIVER VALLEY GROUP URGES CAUTION ON TREATMENT PLANT 

CMUNICATION WOES CAUSED LICENSE PROBLEMS 

SEWER LINE EXPANSION FACES DELAY 

S.'^L'^^fiSJ^^PS ''LAN FOR REGULATING AIR POLLUTANTS 

DURHAM FINED FOR SEWAGE VIOLATIONS 

TREYBURN SEWER' LINE CONSTRLCTION HALT SOUGHT: GI^GANON TEKNIKA... 

?I?,^ l?^^ ^^^> COUNTY $50,710 FOR POLLUTIONS 

r?^^L¥ IWTER" OR-DEREIi TO NAME ITS MEMBERS 

DURHAM COULD RISK NEW FINES 

GROUP TO RaEASE LIST OF MEMBER'S 

PWCLJ REMOVE PHOSPHORUS FROM SEWAGE 

SEWER LINE ARGUMENTS RESCHEIiULED 

jWDGE TO DISMISS F'ETITION AC^INST SEWER LINE WORK 

S'T^'§AliJSK&"^'^ ^'^ ■^'^^™^ ''''''''' 

COUNTY PLANS TO APPEAL SEWAGE FINE 

JUDGE FILES ORDER IN SEWER LINE CASE 

ENO PLANT EXF'ANSION ON HOLD 

CITY RAPS HANDLING OF Ef'JO PERMIT LIMITS 

HAMNER: TR:EYBURN delay HURTS INDUSTT^'Y 

OFFICIAL DISPUTES kESTR'ICTIONS ON ENO PLANT SERVICE 

cm, STATE OFFICIALS TO MEET ON EW PLANT 



-DATE 



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I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 



2 5/14/1987 A 

2 9/08/1987 A 

3 11/04/1987 C 

1 11/20/1987 E 

2 11/22/1987 B 



18 
8 
8 
1 
1 



H 


1 


2/06/1987 B 


1 N S80 


H 


1 


3/12/1987 B 


1 N 380 


S 


2 


4/30/1987 C 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


7/07/1987 B 


9 N 


H 


1 


8/18/1987 C 


1 N S80 


S 


2 


8/29/1987 B 


7 N 


s 


2 


9/10/1987 C 


1 P N WS2 


H 


2 


10/19/1987 C 


1 N 


s 


O 


11/27/1987 A 


5 J h'53 



H 2 1/07/1987 A 11 

H 2 3/02/1987 B 16 

H 2 3/04/1987 C 1 

H 1 4/24/1987 B 1 

H 2 11/08/1987 B 1 



S 2 1/05/1987 A 

H 2 1/10/1987 B 

H 2 1/13/1987 B 

H 2 1/13/1987 B 

H 3 1/13/1987 B 

S 2 1/13/1987 C 

H 2 1/17/1987 B 

H 2 1/28/1987 B 

S 2 1/28/1987 A 

S 2 2/09/1987 A 

H 2 2/13/1987 B 

S 2 2/20/1987 A 

H 2 2/21/1987 A 

H 2 2/21/1987 B 

H 2 2/'24/1987 A 

S 2 2/24/1987 C 

S 2 2/25/1987 C 

H 2 2/27/1987 B 

H 2 3/05/1987 A 

H 2 3/06/1987 B 

H 2 3/07/1987 B 

H 2 3/07/1987 C 

S 2 3/10/1987 A 

S 2 3/10/1987 C 

H 2 3/11/1987 C 

H 2 3/12/1987 B 

H 2 3/19/1987 A 

S 2 3/19/1987 A 

H 2 3/22/1987 C 

H 2 3/25/1987 A 

S 2 3/25/1987 A 



N 

N K65 
N K65 
H ,\65 
N 





E 




N 




N M97 


10 


N M97 




N BIO 




N H70 




N 




N M97 


17 


N M06 




N M06 




N U80 




H H70 




N X02 




N L40 




N M97 




N H70 




N M06 




N 046 


16 


N raO 




N M97 




N M97 




N M97 




CI 




N X51 




N 




N M97 


1 F 


N M97 




N M06 


1 F 


N M97 




H 


1 F 


N M06 



-LX630- 



„ N T H L Y / A^N^N^U^;- 



INDEX BY 
- 1Z''31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



STATE ERRED IN LIMITINK3 DURHAM SEICR SERVICES 

K? ^^f^ if .^.rkxATI.DN GF ENO TREATMENT PLANT... 

Fim: FlS'S FOR e« fLAiVT SVM NEAR 

city: CWf^TY UAKT SEWAGE-FINE ICARING 

cm cmm want state fines ^Rnwra 

WCKKER-S CLEANING UP N.C. ?6 |jASQLI?€ SPIlL 
S^ SE'^ LINE PAF-ER^ RESb-BMITTED 
FRESH AIR TO RALEIGH 
RHl TRIES TO DISF-EL TJ^-BURN MYTriS 

Stf^ THE Eater fIrsIsts IN criticizing tkyhjrn 

BUT1€R SEWAGE SYSTEii FiiLLS 'SHCRT 

HEARING SET ON rh£Y-BUF;N 3EUf?;„^, ^^ .jATrocNFT, rtLL 
TrtK+Wl li^GI'lJ^TWS HAi,-E rW A|--PETITl FDR JATEKSfCi VLU. 
e^skNTAL CoRmISSICN SETS ^IJC^ON TOYB-bWJ SE;€R PLAN 

J^fraA^fiSSlTg^flE-EXHAUST TESTING 
^K^'i^Tr^JfTo'1'oI^'rlYBURN 

[Kf«t*^^ [.^elI^^^^ te^inal 

^^oiKulf I^^^^F&^i^^ ROAD Se^ UNIT 
SS ^S'sfSL^p^^ICIALS 
^g=Q^l?^GeS?Ioi^;jY^t^ ^Ml^ PROJECTS 

RA^IGH AREA STh IN NATICff* ON CARBe?^ fONCXIIf LIST 
STATT PTOKS POSSIPLE PLI^^ING OF TOXICS 
STATE-c!*e. SEWAGE FIANT IN BUTNER FlfCD $9,500 

^^Sc?C'AF^i§i"AiEi^ ON REgU^ FINE AT SEU^ F^ 

raXTRY PLANT HAY FACE ilO.'XX) A DAY PEtW^TY 

SmiFTSH FWJTECTION NOT ENOUGH, GROUP SAYS 

MARTIN BACKS SUPER AGENCY 

f^TflTT FR-OE^S THIRIi ^ORK CREEK LcAK ,,^, 

nPFirTW^S TRAC£lfe:OSE>« L£AK TO GAS STATION ^ , , ^ , »^ 

PESTICire Ks STUDY LKra: FtP-LAieJ FISH IN FALLS LAKE... 

N.C. DIVISION OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 

SEE N.C. DIVISION FDR EXCEPTIONAL CHILTREN 

N.C. DIVISION OF hCALTH SERVICES 
SEE N.c! ^CALTH SERVICES DIVISION 

N.C. DIVISION OF LAND RtSCLTCES ^_^^ 

QUESTIONS RAISED ON PF:iyC£ED ROCS< 'JJARRY 
MRHAM, GRW^VILLE GET rtAFPING GR'ANTS 
R^'tCARING ON PER-SON QUARJ^'Y SCT 

N.C. DlVISIOt^ OF MART'S FISFERIES 
SEE ALSO SEAFOOD Ifffl'STRY 
iSs ^ll '^lEEt'^'^tIaH FAR CHASING I^2A| FRf^ THE BRTNY 
SENATE VOTfS TO LET LOCAL LAW OFFICERS CROSS rtEDIANS 

P ^WA^ilElli^^ iK^?f|u£ BCLUT^ERS 
STATF^^WILLln UP RO Tire DKASTER (ASSISTANCE CENTERS 

N.C. DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES . 



P D — DATE- 



PAK1390 
1/21/88 

SIT tf 

ELY W 

C -PG L P BYL 



H 


2 3/26/1987 B 




E 


S 


2 3/26/1987 A 




N M06 


H 


2 3/27/1987 B 




N 


s 


2 3/23/1987 A 


i P 


N M06 


3 


2 3/28/1987 B 




N 


s 


2 3/30/1987 C 




N H70 


H 


1 4/04/ 1987 C 




N S80 


s 


2 4/04/19S7 A 




N H06 


H 


2 4/07/1987 A 




E 


s 


2 4/14/1987 A 


4 r 

1 r 


N M06 


s 


2 4/21/1987 A 


1 F 


N f»6 


s 


2 5/01/1987 A 




N B85 


s 


2 5/04/1987 A 




N «06 


H 


2 5/05/1987 C 




N 046 


H 


2 5/05/1987 C 




N M97 


H 


2 5/07/1937 A 




E 


H 


2 5/09/1987 C 




H A54 


s 


2 5/09/1987 A 




N MO^ 


S 


2 5/12/1987 A 




N U82 


H 


2 5/15/1987 A 




N A54 


S 


2 5/15/1987 A 




N M06 


s 


2 5/27/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 5/28/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 5/29/1987 A 




N 


s 


2 6/10/1987 A 




N M06 


s 


2 6/11/1987 B 




N !106 


s 


2 6/22/1987 C 




N 1106 


s 


2 7/07/1987 A 




N f«)6 


H 


2 7/03/1987 D 




N tt97 


s 


2 7/22/' 1987 A 




P N «)6 


H 


3 7/31/1987 B 




N k;65 


H 


2 8/23/1987 A 




N 


s 


2 9/02/1987 C 




H 


H 


2 9/09/1987 A 




N 046 


H 


2 9/15/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 9/22/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 9/22/' 1987 C 




N 


H 


2 11/27/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 12/05/1987 A 




N L40 


s 


2 12/08/1987 A 




N M06 


s 


2 12/09/1987 A 




N «06 


H 


2 12/24/1987 A 




N 046 



H 2 1/03/1987 B 
H 1 11/20/1987 B 



1 C N S80 
5 N 



H 1 7/16/1987 B 1 N H60 
S 2 10/07/1987 B ^ N 
S 2 12/24/1987 A 1 N M06 



S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



4/01/1987 A 

4/13/1987 B 

6/02/1987 B 

9/28/1987 C 

11/14/V987 A 

12/04/1987 C 

12/23/ 1987 C 

; 12/11/1987 D 



1 P N B85 

9 H 

3 N 

4 N 
.0 N 

5 N 
3 N 

6 N 



-U(430- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1937 



SUBJECT 



SEE ALSO AUTO REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO LICENSE PLATES 

SEE ALSO HOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 

LICENSE BUREAU CLOSED 

PORTABLE SENSORS CATCH OVERtOADED TRUCKS 

JJIIGE BLOCKS STATE'S CLOSING OF GASTONIA LICOJSE BUREALl 

TRUCKS TARGET OF CRACKDOWN 

llfU! IL^'^i^ ^^^- °^ ■^'^UCK SAFETY VIOLATIONS 

TRUCK-SAFETY PR-0GRA,1 BENEFITS ALL MOTORISTS 

PANE. KILLS REFERENDUM ON REFIACING PROPERTY TAX 

DEAIlIhE HAS HOUSE WORKING INTO NIGHT 

STATE INSPECTION CRACKDOWN FORCES 220 TRUCKERS OFF ROAD 

VEHICLES AGENCY BEING INVESTIGATED BY aDdITOR'S OFFICE 

BILL APPROVEIi TO HELP' ^ERCHANTS RECOUP THEFT LOSSES 

HIGHWAY FATALITIES FALL DESPITE MORE WRECKS 

FOREIGN VERSIONS OF N.C. DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTS DRBPPED 

F0R1IGN-LANGUAGE TESTS MAY HELP CURB I« I VER CONFUSION 

STATE TO RESUIt TESTS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES ^"^ ''='"" 

STATE DEFENDS LICENSE TO DRIVE CRACKDOWN 

TVE RIGHT stuff; BEING A DRIVER'S LICBJSE EXAMINER... MORE THAfJ SIHING 

STATE STOPS USING COMPUTER DEVICES TO WEIGH TRUCKS blfllNB. 

SI^;52^^r?S'f?^ ^CUSE BRINGS PERJURY CHARGE, JAIL TIME... 

PS1°^^5^^^It^™ MAILING OF MARTIN STATEMENT 

DMV CASHIER FACES CHARGES 

PERSONALIZED LICENSE PLATES POPILAR 

K-"y^' ^ll^gs''' ''°'' ■^'^^^^^ '' ™'^°^ 

N.C. DIVISION OF PARKS AND RECREATION 

SEE ALSO PARKS, N,C. 

&lMrMJ^^ ^'^^ f^^'UCE COSTS OF RANGERS' HOMES 
PARKS AGENCY NAMES DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT 
PAR-OCHIAL INTERESTS HURTING PARK SYSTEM 

N.C. DIVISION OF FfdSONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. ICPT. OF CORRECTIONS 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 
FORMER PRISON OFFICIAL TO APPEAL DISMISSAL 

N.C. DIVISION OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM 
SEE ALSO TOURISM, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TRAVEL, N.C. 

CHICAGO MAYOR TO GET TREATS FROM GULLEY 

LITTLE CENTERS TO GIVE BIG FESTIVAL WELCOME 

GEORIX HAMILTON'S QUICK TO SING PRIASES OF HIS NATIVE mRlH CAROLINA 

N.C. DIVISION OF WATER RESOURCES 
^ N.C. WATER RESOURCES DIVISION 
SEE WATER RESOURCES, N.C. 

N.C. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY. N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 
INVESTMENT FLOWS TO EASTERN N.C. 

N.C. ECONOMIC OEVaOPMENT DIVISION 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD 
N.C. CITIES URGED TO BATTLE BUDGET CUTS, POVERTY 

N.C. EDUCATION ASSISTANCE AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO STUDerr LOAN PROGRAM 
JORDAN GRADUATE WINS AWARD TO BECOME STATE TEACHER 

N.C. ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORP. 
SEE ELECTRIC MEMBER'SHIP CORP. 

N.C. EMERtSNCY RESPONSE TEAM 

P ^S BUSINESSES, N.C, HAZARDOUS WASTE 
SEE ALSO DISASTER AID PROGRAMS 



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



-DATE- 



PA6E1391 
1/21/38 

I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 



2 1/01/1987 B 
2 1/18/1987 C 
2 2/13/1987 A 
2 4/30/1987 B 
2 4/30/1987 A 
2 5/02/r?87 A 
2 5/27/1987 B 
2 5/28/1987 D 
2 6/07/l'?87 C 
2 6/20/1987 A 
2 6/26/1987 A 

1 7/15/1987 C 

2 8/14/1987 A 
2 8/17/1987 A 
2 8/21/1987 C 
2 8/30/1987 C 
2 9/19/1987 B 
2 10/22/1987 C 
2 10/31/1987 C 
2 11/13/1987 C 
2 12/15/1987 C 
2 12/22/1987 B 
2 12/25/1987 3 
2 12/30/1987 A 



2 1/23/1987 B 1 N L40 

1 3/10/1987 B 1 N H60 

2 10/09/1987 A 4 E 



1 


N 


7 


N 


14 


N 


10 


N ElO 


22 


N 


4 


E 


2 


N 


5 


N 


10 


N 


16 


N 


19 


N 


T 


N 


13 


N 


4 


E 


11 


N 


3 


N 


1 F 


■ N B53 


9 


N 


1 


N W27 


16 


N 


6 


N 


1 P F G59 


1 


N 


4 


E 



S 2 1/13/1987 A 1 N 



H 2 4/30/1987 B 10 P N S51 
H 2 7/11/1987 C 1 N L90 
H 2 12/19/1987 C 1 p N BIO 



S 2 11/07/1987 A 3 N 



S 2 11/17/1987 A 10 N 



S 2 12/16/1987 C 1 N 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE1392 
1/21/38 

I T 



—DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



1 StES BlSr iif^olElA^ING AND HANAGEhENT, INC. 
SEE SlSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATJCNT, N.C. 

^^hanY^uaKS-s hiss deadline ^^^^ ^ 

(ffiST ^ TARDY WITH FORMS GN RISKY CHEMICALS 

N.C. DfflOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION 
kEEMPLOYME^fT SECURIH COMMISSIOfJ 

N.C. DCRGY DEUELOPMEffT AUTHORITY 

!^UIEGEL NAMED TO ENERGY AUTHORITY 

N.C. E^ERGY FaiCY COUfCIL _^^ 
SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF ENERGY 

S^^K^S^^Vt^D^'F'rICES to 1990. THEN UP FOR GAS, OIL 

'^•^kE^A^^'^ll^l^DlS^Sa^ 

JCRDwJ LAKI ON ENVIF-ONMENTAL PANEL'S AGENDA 

^l^rsu^Ss^S ™T1 OF .mm laki uater 

S^^tSSy^'cSm^.'Kt state R.GUL.TION 

i?S?E^^^i^T§^S^EW°M^2 Ih^^EVIE^S 
COMMISSION URGES PHQSF-HATE BAN 

^SffD^°EEr°^?s'yrG^'^F Was IN N.C. SENATE, HOUSE^ 
r^ICTING REPORTS KEEP FACTS OF TREmiPN SEUg^MEETING AT ^AY 
pmSFmTE DETERMENT BAN STALLS IN HOUSE COMillTTEE 
GfflJS™ RESIDENTS FEAR MINING FjaUTION 
S^ER CAMF- SCJAGE PLANT FtANS ICNIED , 

?IM^'rf A?TR Loll^CUsf ftf «^TRie^-£NSnWE UATERSHED 

S^ntal'coSission sets'meting on tkeyburn sp-jer plan 
dl^-hah leaders back hater plan 

N^^ ENVIRONMENTAL officials CRITICIZE REDUCTION OF FINES 
CRITICS SAY STATE LETTING'F'OLLUTERb OFF^SY 

KJ^^^tI^^KS^aJ £.^K^CF COM^ 

^ci'SIS: S^A^s\?5'T^1oTo3f^S% UATER 

Djn Pfi-flTrrTriR-q LIANT HEARING TO E€ PUBLIL 

^TFTAKFS FIRST STEP ON CONTR'GtLIf« EJJQ WITHDRAWALS ^ ,^ 

CONFLIcfoF INTEREST GUIDELiIjES SOUGHT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PANa 

STATE ATTORNEYS TO RESEARCH CONFl.ICT-OF-INTEREST i^RGES 

PJUTRflNMENT^ COI^ISSICN CHANGES STOf:MUATER RULES 

AnGKENER:^CmMISSION MAY HWE VIOLATED 'bA«,.,,,,^,. 

MARTIN SAYS E>JVIRONMENT PAfJa VIOLATED POLIlY OF 3)-E,JNES;. 

M^INGS LAU MEAfiT TO LIFT SECRECY ShR'OUD 

" EMC MEMBERS FACING QUESTIONS ON 'JiND HOLDINbS 

F^WTRflN^ENTAlISTS WON'T GET TO SPEAK BEFORE PAfJEL'S VOTE 

PWTRQnJInTAL PANEL TO HEAR REMARKS OF COASTAL GROUP 

iw RwUnI^CMMISSION SE3^S new STORMUATER RUNOFF RULES 

STORIWlTER RUNOFF REGULATIONS aPPROVEH 

S^lGhYlSii^cS^^.i£f^?^ isr 

^E^?ffiT^S^^oS^^.g^l^1^AR''^"lGH? FOR COASTAL WATERS 
i^cL^At^F^^rffolf ^t°'TwS°SS?rKSHEM SOUGHT BY OUASA 
ilASEB™C?I0J;''Ll^BY SPEAKERS DURING F^IC HEARING 

^•^" GROUP^SEEKS IMPROVEMEfJT FOR UOMEff. FAMILIES 



H 2 7/08/1987 A 8 N 
H 2 7/09/1987 D 6 P U L41 



S 2 10/10/1987 A 10 N 



H 2 1/25/1987 B 1 N 
H 2 12/06/1987 B 5 N 



H 


2 1/03/1987 A ] 


LI 


N M97 


H 


1 1/07/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 1/09/1987 B 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 1/13/1987 B 


5 


N 080 


H 


3 l/14/r787 C 


1 


N MIO 


H 


2 1/21/1937 C 


1 


N J40 


H 


2 2/13/1987 3 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 3/13/1987 B 


1 


N 046 


s 


2 3/14/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 3/1V1987 C 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 4/03/1987 A 


1 


H 046 


H 


1 4/03/1987 C 


1 F 


N L40 


H 


1 4/04/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 4/10/1987 A 


1 F 


N M06 


H 


2 4/16/1987 B 


1 


N 1197 


H 


2 5/02/1937 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 5/05/1987 C 


1 


N M97 


s 


2 5/13/1987 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 5/16/1987 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 6/02/1987 B 


3 


H 


H 


2 7/11/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 7/20/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 7/21/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 8/25/1987 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 9/0^1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 9/04/1987 A 


1 


N 046 


S 


2 9/')4/1987 A 


1 


=■ N ,106 


H 


1 9/11/1987 C 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 10/07/1987 B 


■J 


N 


H 


2 10/08/1987 C 


9 


H 


H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/17/1937 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/21/1987 A 


13 


P N 


S 


2 10/22/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 10/22/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/05/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 11/10/1987 D 


4 


N 


S 


2 11/12/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 11/13/1987 B 


~f 


P N 


H 


2 11/16/1'87 A 


4 


T T R56 


S 


2 11/17/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 12/04/1987 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 12/04/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/05/1987 3 


6 


N 


H 


3 12/10/1987 B 


1 


N L90 


H 


2 12/16/1987 C 


10 


1 ,^ 


H 


3 12/' 17/ 1987 B 


1 


N L90 


H 


2 4/22/1987 B 


1 


N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



N.C. EfflJITY INDEX 

TAR fCEL EQUITY INDEX SETS RECORD IN MARCH 

N.C. STOCK INEEX FALLS 2.9%; TEXTILES RISE WITH BURLINGTON 

N.C. EYE AND HUMAN TISSUE BANK 
SEE ALSO CORNEA TRANS-PLAfJTS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. EYE CENTER 
SEE ALSO EYES 

SEE ALSO OR'GAN HONORS AND TFj^iNSFlANTS 
SEE ALSO SKIN BAf4h 
surgeon: SUSPICIONS MAKE BLACKS RELUCTANT TO BECOME ORGAN lONORS 

N.C. FAIR SHARE 

RADIOACTIVE-WASTE COMPACT P-RAISEH, RAPPED 

N.C. FARM BUREAU 

i^ ^^ ^'i^H^r.'^!^ AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION OFFICE 
btt HLoU rAhntKa. N.C. 

SEE jy^O N.C. AGRICULTUR'AL EXTENSION SERVICE 
FS^T^^'pR^i^^^&^^'^E^^^^SS^ '''''''°' °^ '^'^^ 

'•'see'Sf^KT^?^'"™ 

IP ^^ l^^^^ HOME ADMINISTRATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. FARM BUREAU 

SCHOOL'S SEWER NEEDS PRESS COUNTY 

2 DURHAM GROUPS FIGHT FMHA LOAN DISCRIMINATION 

N.C, FARMER'S MARKET 

SEE ALSO DOWNTOWN FAR'MEF'S MARKET 
SEE ALSO FARMERS MARKETS 

S'^T^J'^!?^ "'^'^T PLANS THREE-DAY GAU 
MELTING HEAT 

MARKET GOING BACK TO REGULAR HOURS 

^'^' eSsS^HIGHUGHTS ^°^ '^OCIATION (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 
N.C. BRIEFING 
SiL TO STUDY TAKEOVER BID 

N.C^^FEDERATION OF REPUBLICAN WOMEN 

SEE ALSO REPUBLICAN PARTY, N.C. 
LET VOTERS DECIDE VETO 

RgUa^CAN WOMEN TO MEET IN EORHAM 

- a^^rKo's^E^K^"^^^ '' ^^^^ 

F^I0l^^?&iF^0tl^?' ""'' '^''' ^'^^"^^ 
GOP IS LARGER THAN CHAIRMAN'S RACE 
REPUBLICAN WOMEN'S OFFICERS 

N.C. FEDERATION OF TEACHERS 

si ^iS S^,1i'^""°'^ '' ^^^^^ 

TEACHERS' GROUP PUSHING CAMPAIGN 

N.C;^EDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS 

1 H S^CM^'S'g'^S^^'^'^^ "^^''^ '"■''' 
SEE ALSO GENERAL FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS 

KeRED species "'''"'' ^'EH'S FInS^CIAL SUPPORT IN 

SUN FAMILY EDITo"wiNS AWARD 

N.C. FICTION SYNDICATE 
SEE ALSO FICTION 
SEE ALSO SHORT STORIES 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, N.C. 



N.C. 



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2 5/17/1987 C 
2 6/21/1987 C 



11 C N 
6 C N 



H 2 5/26/1987 B 6 N 
S 2 7/08/1987 C 8 N 



12/08/1987 B 
12/10/1987 C 



3 P N 
14 P N 



H 3 1/13/1987 B 1 N BIO 
S 2 11/06/1987 A 1 N 



H 2 7/05/1987 C 8 N 
S 2 8/03/1987 A 2 P P 
H 1 9/05/1987 C 1 H 



H 2 5/06/1987 D 5 N 
H 2 5/07/1987 D 9 N 
S 2 6/09/1987 A 5 N 



3/23/1987 A 
3/31/1987 C 
4/01/1987 B 
4/17/1987 C 
4/27/1987 C 
4/23/1987 8 
6/08/1987 A 
12/13/1987 B 



L 

N 

N 

N 

N 
P U H45 

L 
P P T37 



5/23/1987 C 3 N 



S 2 1/29/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 1/30/1987 A 4 L 
S 2 5/05/1987 C 1 P N 



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ANNUAL I N n E X B 
1/01/1937 - 12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



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TU»FT TRIANGLE URITERS AMONG SYMUCATE WINNERS 
SluAS JUST A GIRL, BUT SPIRIT BaONGED TO HER 
UhIt DO YOU SAY WHEN THE CHIEF HAILS YOUR TAXH ^^^^ 
S LOVE EBBS SId FLOWS FOR 24 HOURS BEFORE THE HAST 

^KAE?o'^^^Gi■'^RI^TS^KNGSOFREA^^^^^^ 
LIFE AT FULL TILT: INNOCENCE DIES ONLY RELUCTANTLY 
Ui€N LOVE HAS A STRING ATTACHED, IT CAN BE A LIFELINE 

N.C. FOLKLORE SOCIETY 

^^TICLES°'-DURHAH BLUESMAN, THOMAS, BURT, UINS AWARD 
BURT^ MRS. LANDIS HONORED BY FOLKLuRE bOCIETY 

N.C. FOOD AMD AGRICULTURE EMERGENCY PROGRAM COUNCIL 

ALAMANCE QUALIFIES FOR ASSISTANCE IN FEEDS rRDGRAM 

N.C. FOREST RESOURCES CAMP 

^YRDfuARRi^ATTEND* FOREST RESOURCES CAMP 

N.C. FOREST SER'VICE 

N^VKgHTING CRtUS RETURNING FROM WEST 

N.C. FORESTRY ASSOCIATION 
•SEE ALSO FORESTRY 

^^^PoR^E^i^R^^UfcE^E^UIPMENT STOLE^^ " 

^'^' KEEPING SQUABBLES OUT OF COURT 

N.C. FOUNDATION FOR ALTERNATIVE HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CAR£ ,,„ ^, „ .„ 
FEW TARHEaS BUY HMO HEALTH PLAN 

N.C. FOUNDATION FOR ARTHRITIS 

^otoW BALLOONsSo FLY ABOVE UADE STADIUM IN ARTHRITIS FUND-RAISER 
WATER IDEAL FOR ARTHRITIC EXERCISE 

N.C. FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DE'JELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO CONSERVATIVES 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C. , „ ^ 
^ ALSO INDUSTRIAL DE-^OPMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES 

^.RM^E^S^^Sp^^'chA^L^^^^^^^^^ 

NEW ECONOMIC FOUNDATION BACKED 5 OF 7 COUNCIL WINNERS 

LOSERS BACKED AS WELL 
CONTRIBUTION RETURNED 

'''' I^TEI^^'Wb^' 3^.S^?0l5S0NAL LEGISLATURE 

'•'SE™ALM pKaMS.'bASKETBALL (BOYS) (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER EACH SCHOOL) 
TIGERS FACE PINECREST IN 3RD ROUND [] 

S fflK^^fLil'srN. MECKLENBURG'S PERFECT SEASON 

^y?^ "cOUNTRY-'mME'oF'FOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS _^ U 

'HOLD TWT TIGER' PARADE TO JAZ2 UP FRANKLIN STREET H 

'•'SEE°AL^ ^""tEAMS^'fOOTBALL (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
N.CT PREPS REJECT NEUTRAL SITE PLAN ^ 

QUICK TD SPARKED KNIGHTS' SURuE H 

K-NIGHTS MOVE INTO SEMIFINALS 



E 3 N 

E 3 P U 

E 4 P W 

E 4 P W 

E 4 P W 

E 6 P U 

£ 12 P U 

12/06/1987 E 9 P W 



5/17/1987 
6/14/1987 
7/12/1987 
3/16/1987 
9/06/1987 
10/18/1987 
11/08/1987 



2 11/05/1987 D 9 N "359 
2 11/08/1987 B 4 N 



H 1 10/20/1987 C 1 N H60 



2 8/11/1987 A 10 N 



2 5/28/1987 A 15 P P 
2 9/17/1987 A 18 N 



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H 1 7/29/1987 B 1 N 
H 2 8/20/1987 A 5 J 

H 2 3/14/1987 C 5 N C60 



2 9/19/1987 B 3 N 
2 10/14/1987 A 6 P F 



2 9/21/1987 A 
2 9/23/1987 A 
2 11/05/1987 B 
2 11/12/1987 A 
2 11/14/1987 A 



1 P N 

4 E 

1 P N 

4 L 

4 L 



S51 
S51 



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2 12/23/1987 A 5 J R53 



2 3/07/1987 D 

2 3/19/1987 D 

2 3/21/1987 D 

2 3/22/1987 B 

3 3/24/1987 B 
3 3/26/1987 B 



4 N 085 

2 N D85 

1 P N D85 

1 P N D85 

1 N D40 

1 N 080 



2 10/22/1987 B 4 N 
'^ 11/22/1987 C 11 N MS 
2 11/28/1987 B 2 P N C35 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



A LAW IN NORTH CAROLINA 



KNIGHTS WIN THR'ILLER 
NORThERN'S DEFENSE MAKES CRUCIAL PLAYS 
GAR'NER USES AIR AHACK TO ADVANCE IN 4-A 
t^^W.r.^^^ RtHAINS AT COUNTY STADIUM 
Dl^EMISSEIi CHANCE AT COMMUNITY RELATIONS 
IRRESISTIBLE FOR-CES aASH FOR EASTERN TITLE 

nSr^'^ g°ffirslARBir '^°"' '' '™'^ ' ^^^^^ 

IT WAS GARNER'S FINISH THAT COIJNTED 

G^NER aOSES 1987 CURTAIN ON KNIGHTS 

NORTHERN DREAMS FALL THREE YARDS SHORT 

LITTLE TR'CJANS PLAY VER'Y BIG 

CONGRATULATIONS 

k'SI'SU^Kt^'"*^^^^ •^'^'^^^^'^ 

GARNER GETS JOB DONE 

N.C. GE^€AL0GICAL SOCIETY 

DlMWl RESIDENTS GET GENEALOGY AWARDS 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

SE ^SO ELECTIONS, N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
SEE ALSO GENERAL ASSEMBLY CHORUS 
^^i^.^J.LE'^'^'- or; how an IDEA BECOMES 
SEKION LIMIT BILL POSED PROBLEMS 
DEMOCRATS ACCUSED OF RUDENESS 
LEGISLATIVE SESSION TIDBITS RP^EALED 
MCCHITLINS were ONLY A VOTE AWAY 
^^IF,.k^Si-"'-^™R RESEMBLES ANDRBPOV, GORBACHEV 
TEACftR OF YEAR SAYS 'THAWS' TO LEGISUTORS 
JORDAN'S REFORMS SOON FACE MAJOR !fEST '^^ 
^llWf ^f^l !^;9a LEGISLATIVE GAME ON TIPTOES 
T^E'S A GOOD SIDE TO LEGISLATURE, TOO 
FLAGSHIP SmOOLS QUESTION UNC SYSTEM 
LITTLE EVIDENCE SEEN OF N.C. GOING TO PROFESSIONAL LEGISLATURE 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, ADJOURNMENT 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, OPENING 

^Sm^^^c^V^nT ''' ""''' ™^^^^ '"^ »^^2 

N.C^ENERAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK CAUCUS 
SEE N.C. BLACK LEAICR'SHIP CAUCUS 

'•'sEf^BSfN^lc!^^'^ ''''''''°'' 

^^^^'o^^; LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS 
BRBWN SEEKS BLACK CAUCUS HEME€RSHIP 

^IS p;F«i„S'^y§lr!:!lt^^'^' ^^^ ™ Joi^ black caucus 

ItfSJnS'^^ thER'GUffi POWER IN LEGISLATURE 

SgWTOR OF'POSES MEEKINS' NOMINATION 

MEMBER OF UNC GOVERNORS DENIES CHAN'GING LETTER 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO N.C, BUDGET 

hi?^?!n?^PL,!^^ ™^E BUDGET PROCESS 
WRITING BUDGET IN PUBLIC EYE NOT SO DIFFERENT'' 
2^^^?i'^P5!^ISHED ON STATE FAIRGRWNDS ' 
MARTIN PROK ASSEMBLY POWER GROIP INTO OPD^ 
MARTIN LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN TO GET SUPPORT FOR BUICET 
SPANa£R REVIEWS MARTIN'S UNC BUDGET 
N.C. LAWMAKFRS PREF'ARE TO TACKLE UNFAMILIAR BUDGET 
BlLL,i«JLD REQUIRE AIDS TESTS FOR Kr AGE LICENSE 
Sm^JS'rKrPSfln^T^'^'^S JUST 'FUN AND GAMES' 

2lii'-^S!JP?i^?> ^° ^'^^^ FINANCE COMMITTEE'S ROLE 
SEN. ROYALL COMPLAINS ABOUT BUDGET FIGURES 



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11/23/1987 B 
11/29/1987 C 
11/29/1937 C 
12/01/1937 D 
12/03/1987 A 
12/03/1987 
12/04/1937 
12/04/1987 
12/05/1987 
12/05/1937 . 
12/05/1987 B 
12/05/1937 B 
12/05/1987 B 
12/06/1987 C 
12/09/1987 A 
12/12/1987 D 
12/13/1987 C 
12/14/1987 A 



1 P N G44 


9 P N D85 


9 N 


4 N C49 


4 E 


1 P N G44 


1 P N D85 


1 P U G44 


1 P U C49 


1 P N D85 


1 P U G44 


3 P N P52 


1 P P U62 


12 p N res 


4 E 


1 P N C36 


10 P N D85 


4 E 



S 2 10/27/1987 C 4 N 



2/08/1987 D 
4/02/1987 A 
4/10/1987 A 
4/14/1987 A 
4/13/1987 A 
5/01/1987 
5/07/1987 
6/22/1987 
3/21/1987 
9/09/1937 
11/30/1937 
12/23/1987 



1 T 



F 046 
J R53 
J R53 
J R53 
N 
^•53 
R53 



R53 



R53 



8/16/1987 A 
8/16/1987 D 



1 D N L40 
4 T T R'56 



2/20/1987 A 
3/01/1987 C 
3/09/1987 3 
4/03/1937 A 
5/09/1987 C 



1/10/1987 

1/16/1987 

1/13/1937 

1/20/1987 

1/30/1987 

2/13/1937 

2/16/1987 

2/19/1987 .. 

2/20/1987 B 

2y'23/1987 B 

2/26/1987 A 



14 
6 
3 

14 
1 



13 
12 
16 
4 
16 P 



1 

13 

4 

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13 



J R53 
N 
G 

N 046 
N L90 



N 

J R53 

N 

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N L90 

N 

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N 046 



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SUBJECTS 



: EniSLATURE STIU ADDING SFtCIAL PROUISI»JS 

study: SPECI^PSWISIONS STILL IN BLTOET BILLS 

MILLER NAiCD TO BUKET Oi'^ISSION ^^^^_, , .,, 

i^^HILLICN PRISON ClINSTBIJCTION BILL BECOfES LAU 

Lt! KW: says CH^S LIKELY IN MARTIN'S MCET 

STATESEff:S LOCATION OF $3.3 f1ILLI?t^.„ 

TAX FIGURES iI^ST SHAICJ ON BL'DGET ^lANS 

'SILEnS DEAFE.'DJG' ON STATE SFMilNG _ 

PAiCL^^E^TO KtffiCK PROVISIONS Cff^BUIC£T 

M^TIN RALLIES l4iTiCN IN BID TO :BAi;E OFFH^ 

H^SEpSeL BACKS BOAR? OF ECUCATIDN CHANffiS 

BILL aCULIi SR UP NPJ bUARD FOR STATE Bbi..GET 

MftRTINfBLUCET ^MISSION 'H^-S BEEN OF NO VALL-E TO HIM 

pS^E? BEGINS PARING MARTIN BUDGET PLAN 

RmPFT CLEAN UP OF BILLS ON AGOJDA IN BOTH HOUSES _^„^^ 

OFFICIAL SAYS BUD^ CUTS CC'ULD HUR:T D^•IRO^»eJTAL LAU EFFORTS 

PA^€L OKS $50 MILLION IN BUDGET CyTS. 

smE REPUBLICANS SEEKI*^ FAR:T OF P-fKK 1<AF3<EL 

STATE AUDIT0RCRIT1CIZE3 HANDLING CF mK BARREL FutffS 

Sffi SAYS JOFiAN'S FIAN NOT A C0HF50MI|| 

WREER LAIiDER EXPANSION UM.IfXLY, ^W«AKER| SAY 

ufStrn PcnTN m i^fFPING OVERHAUL OF STATE TAX LAWS 

q^tJ P^ KI^ SSTAraiDEl-^ S(t£S TAX Pl-AN; lOKS JCmH BILL 

C^yOF^TATCBUTOETARY PR^ESS TO GET ITS FIRST TEST 

rE^^^LE^A^ ^.!i/&F.Y RAISE LIKELY 

fc^^^^FfB^LE^^iS 'Sf%^Ji OF HIGHWAYS 

CHAIPtfEN TOLD TO FARE EUDfXTS 

1 FRjq ATGRSSCALING DCUN NBJ PRDGRArtS 

^^ BILL^ID cbC'^ «iCT; TRIAL IN Vmj^ ^^^^ 

LEGATORS PR-QBABLY WON'T FUNH ALL PSYCHIATRIC POSTS 

VsUP^' HAMMERS ON ROUGH PLANKS OF BUR.ET 

mu MARTIN RAPS TACTICS IjF 'SIJPERSUB' 

M^TIN HOLDS B^ CRITICISM OF SECR£TiyE SUFtRSUB 
'a^ERSUB' TO CONTINUE BUDGET CUTS _^^ 

'aF^a^' ACTIVITIES INSU.T TO TAXPAYER'S 

mSuNUS^Y QUIET DURING DSICCRAT SIPERSUB MEETIffcS 
NX 'SUPERSUB' GUARDS NUf-KR'S CAREFULLY 
A^EflBLY'S ^PER SUB' STIU HIDING FROM FUg^,,„ 
V^F^SUB' LMi^^ DON'T WANT R£FCRTIK'S AT ICETUJG 
pScrS OK BUDGET 'SFtCIAL PROVISIONS' 
sIFIrSUB 'VICTORY' TURNS (XIT HCLLCy 
SUF'ERSUB MEETINGS ^:iAIN,pCR|T 

S 's^f .ll^TEAirdTI^JING WORK OVER ^EBCND 
S^^^lA^Lil^l'^Elf IJIfFERENCES ON H,. SPENDING 
PRKRESS IS BEING MADE ON BUDGET PACKAGE 

!J^^% rai^K^^^OR 100 X^BS^^^^ 
^S;S!f^^f N^iliS^F^g^O^^lNS ENDLESS SESSION... 
^^"^Mf^Sa^M WWJm:^ E^OYEES' PAY 

sTTfsi.Srvoll^I^v'HS^^nS^'^'Sigl^ COMF-PtiMISE :-.ICET 
HCU BUDGET WILL AFFECT TRIANGLE 
SDtATE ailFTLT D^ACTS $13.4 BILLION BUTGET BILL 
LEGISLATURE BEGINS FINAL COUNTDOWN 

l^^^.^ mn^U'\kinorT^^U,''ll^ SUPER^TEK 

l^ Ko^l''HE51.^3I?^rURE'S '^ MILLION SPSm^ 
■^GISLATORS DIP INTO Tl€ PO^I^ B^^f^g^., 
FSitE^.y^yi^r'^R^ «Af t?ALL LEGISLATURE'S GCOMYES 

^^^•asIIyIaId'fO^PENING STATE WK€J PROCESS 
FHJD COUJ pijRTICR DELAY LEGISLATURES CLOSE 



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3/02/19S7 A 


1 


N 


3/02/1987 C 


4 


N 


3/06/1987 A 


7 


N 


3/07/1987 D 


5 


N 


3/10/1987 A 


9 P N 


4/20/1987 A 


1 


N 


4/22/1987 B 


3 


N 046 


4/27/1987 C 


1 


N 


5/14/1987 A ' 


.5 


N 


5/17/1987 C 


5 


N 


5/23/1987 D 


6 


N 


5/23/1987 B 


2 P 


N 046 


5/29/1987 A 


17 P 


N 046 


5/30/1987 A 


11 


N 


6/01/1987 C 


2 


N 


6/03/1987 B 


1 


N 


6/04/1987 C 


7 


N 


6/05/198? B 


1 


N 


6/06/1987 B 


4 


N 


6/06/1987 B 


4 


N L40 


6/08/1987 B 


1 


N 


6/12/1987 B 


1 


N L40 


6/13/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


6/23/1987 C 


1 


J 


6/26/1987 A 


16 


N 


6/10/1937 D 


4 


N 


7/01/1987 B 


1 


N 


7/02/1987 C 


14 


N 


7/10/1937 A 


15 


N 


7/13/1987 B 


6 


N 


7/15/1987 B 


3 


N 


7/15/1987 A 


5 


N 


7/16/19S7 D 


11 


N L40 


7/17/1987 A 


12 


--■ N 


7/17/1987 A 


7 


N 


7/18/1987 B 


4 


N 


7/18/1987 A 


4 


E 


7/20/1987 C 


1 


N 


7/20/1987 A 


5 


P N 


7/21/1987 A 


4 


E 


7/22.'1987 A 


11 


J R53 


7/23/1987 C 


13 


N 


7/23/1987 A 


4 


E 


7/24/1987 A 




J ?5Z 


! 7/24/1937 A 


6 


N 


' 7/2S/1987 A 


12 


N 


: 7/25/19-87 C 


4 


N 


: 7/23/1987 A 


10 


N 


' 7/29/1987 A 


15 


N 


2 7/29/1987 C 


8 


N 


L 7/30/1987 B 


3 


N 


2 8/01/1987 D 


4 


N 


2 3/02/' 1987 A 


1 


T N 046 


2 8/04/1987 A 


4 


E 


2 8/05/1987 D 


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P N 046 


2 3/05/1987 D 


4 


N R53 


2 8/C4/19S7 A 


1 


N 046 


2 3/06/1987 A 


1 


N 046 


2 8/07/1987 A 


14 


N 


2 8/10/1987 B 


1 


N 


2 8/11/1987 A 


1 


N 046 


2 8/11/1987 D 


4 


N 046 


2 3/12/1937 D 


4 


N 


2 3/