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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLIN1ANA 



CR071.5 
D96i 
1988 
SUBJECT 

A-LA 









UNIVERSITY OF NX. AT CHAPEL HILL 




FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 






Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



http://www.archive.org/details/index1988subjalahera 







An Index to: 

pnvljam itlorniiuj Jfcralil 

THE DURHAM SUN 

<%Herald 



SUBJECT INDEX 
JANUARY-DECEMBER 

1988 




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

ISSN 0741-0328 



IND-EX is a guide to articles 
and photographs in the local 
and regional editions of the 
DURHAM MORNING HER- 
ALD, THE CHAPEL HILL 
HERALD, and THE DURHAM 
SUN. It is published in monthly 
issues and in an annual cumu- 
lated volume by the Herald-Sun 
Newspaper Library. 

SCOPE OF INDEX: 

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

Editorials, letters to the 
editor, obituaries and any local 
Herald-Sun by-lined materials 
are included regardless of sub- 
ject. Local display ads are 
indexed on a selective basis. 
Generally not included are syn- 
dicated columns, wire service 
features, marriage and birth an- 
nouncements, legal notices and 
routine sports scores. 






INDEXING DEPTH: 

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



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



ORGANIZATION: 

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

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

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



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Key to Symbols Used in IND-EX 



NP (Newspapers) 

H DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
CHH CHAPEL HILL HERALD 
S THE DURHAM SUN 

ED (Editions) 

1-lsted. (Region/State) 

2 -2nd ed. (Final) 

3 -3rd ed. (Metro/Orange) 

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



A Advertisement 

B Profile 

E Editorial 

F Feature 

G Features in a Series 

H Editorials in a Series 

I Calendar/ Schedule 

J Commentary 

K Commentary in a Series 

L Letter to the Editor 

M Map 

N News 

Obituary 

P Photo 

Q News in a Series 

R Review 

S Review in a Series 

T Cartoon 

U Column 

V Column in a Series 

W Literary Works 



ILL (Illustration) 

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

BYL (By-line) 

A17 ADAMS, ALLISON 

A20 ADAMS, JACK 

A44 ALLEN, C. RON 

A54 ANDREWS. MARK 

A76 ARMSTRONG, ELSON 

A80 AUSLEY, JANE 

BIO BANGLEY, JANE 

B12 BEAVERS, TOM 



B13 BERARDINO, MIKE 

B21 BERGER, DAN 

B53 BONNER, PAUL 

B56 BOST, TOBY 

B58 BOSWELL, CARL 

B66 BRITT, TONY 

B71 BROILI, SUSAN 

B81 BROWN, PAUL 

B85 BRUNEAU, DAN 

B90 BURROUGHS, RUSTY 

C09 CARSON, AL 

C19 CARVER, VEN 

C36 CHANDLER, CHARLES 

C38 CHANDLER TIM 

C44 CHARLEY, MILDRED 

C45 CHARLSON, DAN 

C46 CHASE, RANDY 

C47 CHHJJRESS, GREG 

C49 CLAYTON, WARD 

C50 COLE, JOHN 

C51 COOK ANDY 

C52 COONS, KTP 

C55 CORLEY, ROSEANNE 

C58 CORNEILSON, PAUL 

C60 CORNELIUS-BROWN, ANN 

C64 CRIBBS, JIM 

C68 CROTHERS, TIM 

C80 CRUMP, EMILY 

C81 CRUMP, HARRY 

D10 DARGAN, WILLIAM T. 

D18 DASCENZO, FRANK 

D22 DAVIS, TATIA M. 

D55 DOLINGER, JEANNIE 

D77 DUCKETT, ANNE 

D80 DUKE NEWS BUREAU 

D85 DUPREE, JIMMY 

F25 FEATHERSTON, AL 

F90 FURLONG, JIM 

G09 GARRETT, NANCY 

G33 GENTRY. JERRY 

G44 GLENNON, JOHN 

G50 GODWIN, JOHN 

G59 GREEN, ANN 

G68 GREENBERG, BLUE 

G78 GRIFFIN, LIB 

HOI HAAGEN, LUCY 

H02 HALE, HENRY 

H03 HAM. JON 

H05 HAMMOND, MARIE 

H09 HARRELL, CARLTON 

H14 HARRISON. BOB 

H45 HODGES, BETTY 

H49 HODGES, ED 

H60 HOLMES, JACK 

H65 HORNE, KIMBERLY 

H70 HOWARD, J. LEE 

H90 HUFFMAN, EDDIE 

J04 JABLONOVER, LARA 

J20 JIGGETTS, VICKEY 

J40 JOHNSTON, FLO 

K30 KEISTER. KEVIN 

K40 KENNING. CAROLINE 

K65 KNIGHT, MYRA G. 

L34 LEE, ELIZABETH 

L37 LEWIS, GORDON 

L38 LIDDY, CHUCK 

L40 LINEBERRY, DANNY 

L41 LITTLE, LOYD 

L57 LOUGEE, GEORGE 

L59 LOURDEAUX, LEE 

L90 LUCAS, LIZ 

M02 MCCAIN, LEAH C. 

M06 MCINTYRE, EDISON 

M10 MCQUEEN, MIKE 

M12 MCQUILLAN, PATTY 

M14 MANN, STEVE 

M20 MARGOLIS, SUSAN 

M25 MARTIN, DWIGHT 



M31 MATTI. MICHAEL CARMEN 

M37 MERRITT, MARION 

M51 MICHAEL, KAMMIE 

M53 MIHALY, ROBERT 

M55 MILLER, JONATHAN 

M60 MILLS, JAMES F. 

M64 MONTGOMERY, LEE 

M66 MOORE, HAROLD 

M70 MOORE, TOM 

M76 MORRIS, RON 

M97 MUSHAK, BETTY 

M98 MUSTIAN, JOEY 

N36 NEWTON, DAVID 

Oil O'CONNOR, PAUL T, 

046 OLIVER, TOM 

066 O'NEILL, PATRICK 

080 ORANGE BUREAUS 

P10 PAGE, JEAN R. 

P15 PARSONS, KEITH 

P30 PEARCE, T. H. 

P38 PFUTZNER, LENORE JONES 

P41 PHILLIPS, MARY BETH 

P52 POTTER, MIKE 

P75 PRICE, ED 

R53 RALEIGH BUREAU 

R54 REED, JAY 

R57 RING, WILSON 

R56 ROGERS, V. C. 

R63 ROSEN. ROCKY 

R66 ROULE, ROBERT 

R71 ROWE, SEAN 

R80 RTP BUREAU 

R90 RUTH, MARY H. 

S05 SANCHEZ, J. DENNIS 

S12 SCHAVER, MARK 

S17 SCHULTZ, MARK 

S27 SERENO, JULIAN 

S39 SHORT, BARBARA W. 

S51 SMITH, BILL 

S56 SMITH, EMILY 

S63 SMITH, NEDL 

S66 SMITH, R. C. 

S69 SMITH, SYLVANA 

S73 SORENSON, RICK 

S76 SPARKS, JIM 

S78 STAGG, BILL 

S80 STATLER. TRACI 

S82 STEVENSON, JOHN 

S92 SURRATT, LINDA 

S97 SWICEGOOD, LISA 

T30 TAYLOR. ROLLO 

T32 THOMAS, BERNARD 

T33 THOMAS, ELAINE 

T35 THOMPSON, MIKE 

T37 THORNTON, JIM 

T44 TISDALE, STEVE 

U57 UPCHURCH, KEITH 

U80 UNC NEWS BUREAU 

V01 VADEN, JON 

Vll VAN SANT, LAURA 

W07 WALKER, DEBORAH 

W08 WALKER, RICHARD 

W09 WALL, DON 

W13 WALLACE, MIKE 

W15 WALSTON, DEE 

W20 WEBB, MENA 

W27 WEIBLE, JACK 

W29 WEISENSEE, NICKI 

W55 WILBORN, THEO 

W60 WILSON, JIM 

W61 WINKWORTH, BRUCE 

W62 WINSTEAD, ROGER 

W63 WINSTEAD-MANN, DEBORAH 

W66 WISE, JIM 

W82 WOODY. LAURA 

Y55 YOUNG, BOB 

ZOli ZEIGER, MARION 

Zll ZEPP, CAROL 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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A & T STATE UNIV. 

SEE N.C. A&T STATE UNIV. 

ABC (AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO.) 

CHILL AIR ALMOST PREVENTS GIBSON'S 'GOOD MORNING' 

ABC BOARD 

SEE N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

ABC LAWS 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

BOOZE LAW FAILS 

GRANVILLE APPROVES ADDITIONAL MONEY FOR SCHOOL PROJECT 

ABC SERVICES (CLEANING SERVICE) 

CARPET-CLEANING FIRM INVESTIGATED 

ABC STORES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ABC 
SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 
8 CLERKS FACE CHARGE OF SELLING ALCOHOL TO MINOR 

ABD ASSOCIATES 

ABD MAKES *3.75 MILLION PURCHASE OF AMERICAN TOBACCO PROPERTY OFFICIAL 

ABLE (ADULT BASIC LITERACY EDUCATION) 
SEE ALSO ADULT EDUCATION 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE'S LITERACY PROGRAM... (CORRECTION PRINTED 3-16-88) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

ABLE LITERACY PROGRAM DRAWS NATIONAL ATTENTION 

ACC BASKETBALL: AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY (BOOK) 
WAKE'S WHITE IN RIGHT PLACE FOR DOUBLE DUTY 
A PLEASANT SURPRISE 

FANFARE/HOOPS BOOK SIGNING „„_ 

READING INTO A BASKETBALL FAN'S LAST-MINUTE CHRISTMAS GIFT 



CHH 1 11/04/1988 A 3 P N L90 



ACC IN THE NBA (SUN COLUMN) iM , 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (MEN) 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 

NANCE ON HOT STREAK 

MICHAEL JORDAN IS FXAL POINT OF OPPONENTS 

FAMILIAR NAMES SHOULD DOT DRAFT 

DAVIS HAS BIG GAME 

JORDAN SOARS WITH STARS 

BRAD DAU6HERTY IS GOOD, BUT HE'LL GET BETTER STILL 

DAUGHERTY COPES WITH FATHER'S DEATH 

DAVIS SHRUGS OFF TRADES 

ACMA USA INC. (FORMERLY WRIGHT MACHINERY CO.) 

DURHAM MACHINERY PLANT LAYING OFF ABOUT 36 WORKERS 

ACORN 

SEE ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS FOR REFORM NOW (ACORN) 

AFL-CIO 

SEE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 

AIDS 

SEE ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 

AIDS COMMUNITY RESIDENCE ASSOCIATION 



2 2/08/1988 A 5 L 
1 9/21/1988 C 1 N T33 



H 2 12/29/1988 A 11 N 



2 10/21/1988 A 1 N B53 
2 12/31/1988 A 1 N S51 



2 3/14/1988 B 3 N 
2 3/16/1988 A 2 N 
2 3/18/1988 B 8 N 



2 1/31/1988 C 3 P N M14 

2 6/11/1988 B 3 U F25 

2 10/05/1988 B 3 N 

2 12/24/1988 D 2 N M14 



1/14/1988 B 
1/21/1988 B 
1/27/1988 D 
2/03/1988 D 
2/10/1988 D 
2/17/1988 D 
2/24/1988 D 
3/02/1988 B 



P U P52 

P U P52 

P U P52 

U P52 

U P52 

U P52 

P U P52 

U P52 



H 2 3/02/1988 A 11 N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 


SUBJECTS 




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E L Y 
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1 H aUBWflHnn synnk. iuwh cases 

SEE ALSO GROUP CARE HOMES 
SEE ALSO H0ME1£SSSHELTER 
DURHAM GROUP SEEKS FUNIS FOR AIDS HOME 

^^SnOTIWE 1 ™ FOR AIDS HOUSE TO SERVESOUTHEAST 

CORPoSs **ED TO HELP FINANCE AIDS PATIENTS' HOME 

MDSHOME UILLSHOW DURHAM'S COMPASSION 

RESIDENCE FOR AIDS VICTIMS WORTHY GOAL 

AIDS HOME EFFORT RAISES *32,000 

FUNDS NEEDED FOR AIDS HOME 

AIDS HOUSE HOME UITH *10,000 GIFT 

AIDS HOUSE FUND-RAISING TOPS GOAL 

AXHC^I^K^RAISK DOWWAYMENT MONEY 

SSI J'feSloK AIDS SUPPORT GRO*S 
2GR0UPS TO HELP HOMELESS UITH AIDS 

%^M3© DWJNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 
THE NIGHTMARE OF A CHILD WITH AIDS 

"YBIlflUMtfllK — "- 

AIDS BENEFIT GROUP LOOKS FOR BICYCLE RIDERS 

f^tfOr"®^*™ AIDS 

^^MeFKJ &RY WITH PKOJECT 

"^HiHBfcTBB ffigSFLftOi TEKNIKA GROUf RESIDENT 

AME ZION CHURCH 

SEE ALSO BLACK CHURCHES „, 

AME ZIONCWFERENCE TO OPEN THIS WEEK 

5S ST. 1 ? !^fflfr£LEGATES THEY SHOULD HELP THEIR FELLOW MAN 
S SAYS S N^ MUST BATTLE ILUTER^PKOTECT ECONOMY 
MARTTN ASKS CHURCH TO HELP FIGHT ILLITERACY 
AHACK OfllLLITERACY NEEDS MANY WARRIORS 
JACKSON TELLS AME ATLANTA WAS '1 ROUND- 
PEACE ON JACKSON'S TERMS 
THREE AME ZION BISHOPS ELECTED 

^ToTeRICAN AIRLINES ^ 

asnu as tswu «»#» *» 

^ l ^^^^^m%n^ service 

AMR PLANS TO BUY EAGLE ASSETS 
AMR EAGLE INC. 

^f&fllSgf CL^D FOR TAKEOFF 
COMMUTER FLIGHTS TO RESUME TODAY 

AMTRAK 

^AmG^PLANS TONIGHT PROPOSAL TO REROUTE AMTRAK »S SILVER STAR 
SAlloRD OPPOSES RALEIGH^SLOSS Of SILVER STA* 



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4/14/1988 
4/15/1988 
4/15/1988 
4/16/1988 
4/16/1988 
4/23/1988 
4/23/1988 
4/29/1988 
5/03/1988 
5/04/1988 
5/25/1988 
5/26/1988 B 
6/25/1988 C 
7/08/1988 C 
7/09/1988 A 
12/24/1988 A 



A 
C 

A 
C 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
C 
A 



1 
1 
1 
2 
4 
4 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
11 
6 
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10 
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N W82 

N 

N W82 

N 

E 

E 

N U82 

L 

N H70 

N 

N H70 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N H65 



H 2 5/17/1988 D 8 F U29 



CHH 1 10/14/1988 A 3 N S17 

S 2 10/26/1988 C 9 N 

S 2 12/24/1988 A 1 N H65 

CHH 1 9/17/1988 A 1 N M70 



H 2 8/17/1988 A 12 N 



H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 


2 7/26/1988 A 
2 7/27/1988 C 
2 7/28/1988 C 
2 7/29/1988 A 
2 7/29/1988 C 
2 7/30/1988 A 
2 8/02/1988 B 
2 8/04/1988 A 
2 8/05/1988 A 


9 N 

2 N 
4 P N 
1 N 

3 P N 

4 E 
8 P N 
4 E 

10 N 


H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 


2 1/26/1988 C 
2 1/27/1988 A 
2 1/28/1988 A 
2 1/28/1988 A 
2 1/30/1988 C 
2 2/20/1988 D 
2 3/29/1988 B 


10 
1 

19 
1 
1 
5 
1 


N 

N W82 
N 

N U82 
N M97 
N M97 
N U82 


H 
H 


2 1/30/1988 C 
2 2/03/1988 B 


1 
3 


N M97 
N M97 


H 
H 


2 1/23/1988 D 
2 1/27/1988 C 


5 
14 


N 
N 



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1/01/1988 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SILVER STAR MAY BE ROUTED THROUGH CHARLOTTE 

INTER-CITY RAILROAD SERVICE IN N.C. STUDIED 

MAYORS SEEKING STRATEGY TO KEEP AMTRAK SERVICE 

OFFICIAL SAYS DURHAM UNLIKELY TO GET AMTRAK 

LET OFFICERS GET ON WITH ANTI-DRUG WAR 

AMTRAK WANTS TO REROUTE; THREATENS RALEIGH SERVICE 

DON'T ABANDON THE TRAINS 

RALEIGH'S LOSS DURHAM'S GAIN? 

AMTRAK TO REROUTE SILVER STAR IN N.C. 

'SPECIAL PROVISIONS' PROMPT AMTRAK ROUTE DEBATE 

TRAIN KILLS PARAPLEGIC „ tim|m 

HOUSE EXTENDS FOR THREE YEARS GRAND JURIES FOR DRUG PROBES 

AMTRAK ROUTE CHANGE RUNS INTO A SNAG 

WE SHOULD PURSUE RAIL PASSENGER SERVICE 

AMTRAK TRAIN AND DUMP TRUCK COLLIDE NEAR SMITHFIELD 

SPUR DISPUTE MAY KILL AMTRAK LINK 



ATV 



SEE OFF-ROAD VEHICLES 

AV AIR 

FINANCIAL WOES GROUND AMERICAN EAGLE AT RDU 

AVAIR CANCELS FLIGHTS UNTIL JAN. 24 

LOW BID ON RDU TAXIWAYS MILLIONS BELOW ESTIMATES 

COMMUTER FLIGHT SERVICE NEGOTIATED 

AMERICAN EAGLE SERVICE MAY FLY AGAIN BY FEB. 1 

AVAIR-AMERICAN TALKS PROGRESSING 

AMERICAN EAGLE COULD FLY AGAIN WITH $750,000 LOAN 

AVAIR IS OFFERED $750,000 LOAN 

FEU PILOTS TO RETURN UNDER AVAIR PLAN 

AMERICAN EAGLE CLEARED FOR TAKEOFF 

COMMUTER FLIGHTS TO RESUME TODAY 

AMR, AVAIR AGREE TO SALE OF RDU COMMUTER SERVICE 

SUBSTITUTE PLANE FLOWN IN FATAL RDU CRASH 

EAGLE CRASH APPEARS TO BE WORST IN TRIANGLE'S HISTORY 

INVESTIGATORS SEEK CLUES IN RDU CRASH 

BANKRUPTCY CASE SHOULDN'T BLOCK CRASH INSURANCE CLAIMS 

SAFETY BOARD TO FINISH CRASH PROBE 

PIECES OF PLANE BEING REMOVED; ROAD REOPENED 

RESERVOIR DRAINING MAY DELAY PROBE 

RESPONSE EXCELLENT TO AIRPLANE CRASH 

AVAIR FILES PLAN FOR SALE OF ASSETS TO NASHVILLE EAGLE 

AMR PLANS TO BUY EAGLE ASSETS 

JUDGE OKS AVAIR SALE OF ASSSETS 

JUDGE OKS AVAIR SALE 

RDU COMMUTER CRASH TOPIC AT SAFETY MEETING 

LAWSUIT FILED OVER FEB. 19 PLANE CRASH „„„,-„ 

FAA OFFICIAL BELIEVES CO-PILOT IN RDU CRASH WAS NOT CERTIFIED 

EARLY REPORTS DISAGREE ON CAUSE OF RDU COMMUTER-PLANE CRASH 

RULING ON CRASH AT RALEIGH-DURHAM MAY BE TOMORROW 

PILOTS BLAMED IN CRASH; COMMUTER LINE ALSO CITED BY SAFETY BOARD... 

AVCO FINANCIAL SERVICES LEASING CO. 

SUIT AGAINST CHRISTIAN TV PRESIDENT SETTLED 

ACT (AZIDOTHYMIhE) 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 
SEE ALSO RETROVIR 

LIFE-SAVING DRUGS ARE HALLMARK OF '87 

PATENT ON AZT APPROVED (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-12-88) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

STUDY SHOWS AZT SHRINKS AIDS VIRUS 

ANTIBIOTICS PREVENT PNEUMONIA IN AIDS VICTIMS 

DURHAM GROUP SEEKS FUNDS FOR AIDS HOME 

THE NIGHTMARE OF A CHILD WITH AIDS 

STUDY: AZT MIGHT REDUCE SPREAD OF AIDS 

DRUG RESTORES IQS OF CHILDREN WITH AIDS, STUDIES SHOW 

AIDS DRUG BEING TAKEN BY EXPOSED HEALTH WORKERS 

RESEARCHERS USING ANTI-AIDS DRUG TO TREAT BABY 



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2/03/1988 D 
2/15/1988 A 
2/23/1988 B 
2/24/1988 C 
3/04/1988 A 
3/31/1988 C 
4/04/1988 A 
4/05/1988 A 
6/17/1988 A 
6/21/1988 B 
6/22/1988 B 
6/29/1988 A 
7/15/1988 B 
7/30/1988 A 
11/17/1988 C 
11/24/1988 B 



1/16/1988 A 
1/19/1988 B 
1/20/1988 B 
1/23/1988 C 
1/23/1988 
1/26/1988 
1/27/1988 
1/28/1988 
1/28/1988 
1/30/1988 _ 
2/03/1988 B 
2/20/1988 D 
2/21/1988 A 
2/21/1988 A 
2/22/1988 A 
2/24/1988 C 
2/25/1988 A 
2/26/1988 C 
2/26/1988 A 
3/12/1988 A 
3/26/1988 A 
3/29/1988 B 
4/16/1988 C 
4/17/1988 
4/20/1988 
6/10/1988 
6/14/1988 
10/20/1988 
10/24/1988 
10/26/1988 



A 
C 
A 
A 
; A 
C 



8 
1 

16 
3 
4 
9 
4 
4 
9 
1 
8 
7 
9 
4 
4 
7 



1 
1 

18 
5 
1 

10 
1 

19 
1 
1 
3 

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3 

10 
10 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

4 
8 
1 
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16 
10 
1 
4 
15 
9 
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N 

N 

N 066 

N 066 

E 

N 

L 

E 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 



N M97 
N R80 
N M97 
N R80 
N W82 
N 

N U82 
N 

N U82 
N M97 
N M97 
N M97 
N M97 
N M97 
N B85 
N 

N W82 
N 

N B53 
L 

N R80 
N W82 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



H 1 3/03/1988 B 2 N 



S 


2 


1/06/1988 C 


6 


U 


H 


2 


2/10/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/12/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/26/1988 C 


14 


N 


S 


2 


3/02/1988 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


4/14/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 


5/17/1988 D 


8 


F W29 


S 


2 


6/02/1988 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


6/13/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


7/04/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


7/19/1988 B 


1 


N C60 



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FEDERAL MONET FOR AZT MAY BE RUNNING OUT IN N.C, 
FEDERAL MONEY FOR AIDS DRUG RUNNING OUT 
UNC TO (FEN AIDS RESEARCH CQjTER 
BURROUGHS WELLCOME IS NOT THE AZT BULLY 

RWyfiWH B «& AIDS GRASP FOR 

^KcT^Sl^ 1 ^ N.Y. AIDS DRUG TBT TO FAILURE 
BETTER AIDS TREATMENT TARGET OF UNCSTUDIES 
UNCSTUDySg WAYS TO IMPROVE AIDS TREATMENT 



N 

P 

S 
H 

CHH 
H 
H 
BRASS RINGS H 
S 
S 
H 
H 

CHH 
H 



A. J. FLETCHER FOUNDATION INC. 
SEE ALSO OPfA 

CAROLINA THEATRE GETS tl MILLION ENDOWMENT 
cmCDUCIL SHMJN'T CHANGE THEATER NAME 
THEATERTaRTS CENTER NAMES GIVEN APPROVAL 
Kl BACKS ROYALL, FLCTMF \^OS 
ARTS COMPLEX, THEATER NAMES DUBIOUS CHOICES 

ARTsSlL^FOraETS^BLIGATION TO PUBLIC 

NAME CHANGES SNEAKY 

I^THlR 15f STARTED WITH RENAMINGTHE CAROLINA THEATER. (CARTOON) 

$3 MILLION IN GIFTS ENHANCE ARTS CENTER 

COUNCIL DEN ED PUBLIC ROLE IN NAMES 

DON'T CRITICIZE NAME CHANGES TTiflr 

WRANGLING OVER NAMES IS WASTE OF TIME 

Srf^irOS^fcY^O TIGHTEN NAMING BUILDINGS 
mwTTL COMMITTEE TO REVIEW PROPOSAL FOR NAMING BUILDINGS 
StION^OeS $70,000 TO PUBLIC EDUCATION FUND 
GRftJff MEANS DIRECTOR FOR EDUCATION FUND 

* j&Sffi'ffi ^ (ORANGE COUNTY) 

ABANDONED CHILDREN 

SEE CHILD ABANDONMENT 

ABDOMINAL PREGNANCIES 

SEE CHILDBIRTH, RARITIES 
SEE PREGNANCY 

ABERD ciRfHAGE; ABERDEEN JMHLf JgFHj*^ 

ABERDEEN FESTIVAL FETES FARM SKILLS 

ABO SEE°ALSO ABORTION CLINICS 

SEE ALSO ACTION LEAGUE FOR LIFE 

SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO FETUSES 

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

SEE ALSO PLANNED PARENTHOOD 

SEE ALSO FflEGNANCY 

SEE ALSO F-RO-LIFE MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO ROE VS. WADE 

^S^SSES T CIVlFRIOTS BILL; AMENDMENT CURBS ABORTION RIGHT... 
PRESIIOlfli'T DEALING WITH DITTOS REALISTICALLY 

Sffi ^'FrfFAILS TO BACK N.C. BILL ON PARENTAL CONSENT ABORTION 
N^!Mgh™EFENDS STANCE ON PARENTAL CONSENT FOR ABORTION 
THE HYPOCRITICAL OATH 



INC. 



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I T 


E E 


L Y 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


2 7/27/1988 C 


2 N 


2 7/28/1988 C 


4 N 


1 8/24/1988 A 


1 N S17 


2 9/02/1988 A 


4 E 


2 9/21/1988 B 


3 N 


2 9/25/1988 A 


1 D N C60 


2 10/17/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


2 10/19/1988 A 


1 N W82 


2 10/22/1988 A 


4 E 


2 12/18/1988 A 


1 N 


1 12/21/1988 A 


7 N 


2 12/22/1988 C 


7 N U80 


2 5/19/1988 A 


22 N 


2 9/16/1988 A 


1 P N C19 


2 9/17/1988 A 


4 E 


2 9/20/1988 C 


1 N S51 


2 9/20/1988 A 


1 P N H70 


2 9/21/1988 A 


4 E 


2 9/21/1988 A 


4 L 


2 9/21/1988 A 


4 E 


2 9/23/1988 A 


4 E 


2 9/23/1988 A 


1 N H70 


2 9/28/1988 A 


4 L 


2 10/02/1988 D 


4 E 


2 10/02/1988 D 


4 T T R56 


2 10/03/1988 A 


4 L 


2 10/04/1988 A 


4 L 


2 10/04/1988 A 


4 L 


2 10/07/1988 A 


4 L 


2 10/07/1988 A 


4 L 


2 10/07/1988 C 


1 N S51 


2 10/07/1988 C 


1 N H70 


2 12/09/1988 C 


8 N J40 


2 12/09/1988 B 


1 P N S92 



H 2 4/06/1988 B 4 N 
H 2 9/16/1988 D 9 N 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 



1/01/1988 C 10 N 
1/29/1988 A 1 N 
1/30/1988 A 4 E 
3/23/1988 A 
5/09/1988 B 
5/10/1988 A 



2 5/14/1988 A 



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abortion: why pro-choice? 

martin stresses view against abortion aid 

abortion iij why pro-life? 

bill would require parents to care for teen's child 

senator wants changes in abortion consent bill 

stressed by counseling? 

funeral set for fetuses traced to n.c. „_ 

legislator says discovery of 157 n.c. fetuses proves law needed 

priest conducts funeral for 157 fetuses 

dukakis is pro-abortion 

what's a pro-abortionist? 

abortion continues to be major concern 

life most important issue 

freedom to disagree about religion, abortion crucial 

dukakis' twisted logic 

guest column on abortion masks propaganda 

RELIGIOUS EXTREMISTS 

ANTI-ABORTIONISTS PLANNING TO PICKET CLINICS IN N.C. TODAY 

TRIANGLE POLICE ARREST 12 FOR ABORTION PROTESTS 

NATION'S ABORTION CLINICS BESIEGED 

ANTI-ABORTIONISTS TARGET TRIANGLE, CHARLOTTE CLINICS 

PRO-LIFE GROUP TARGETS CHAPEL HILL CLINIC 

FAMILY SPLIT BY BELIEFS ON ABORTION 

SON SEEKS MOM'S ARREST IN PROTEST 

PRO-LIFERS ARE TAKING THE HIGHER MORAL ROAD 

ABORTION OPPONENTS SAY CAMPAIGN AT CLINICS ISN'T OVER 

PRO-ABORTIONISTS DEVIOUS 

QUAYLE'S QUANDARY 

NESSt ELECTION HAY NIX OR AFFIRM ABORTION RIGHTS 

PRO-LIFERS IGNORE THE WOMAN'S TRAUMA AM „ TI „, 

FACING RELATED SOCIAL ISSUES IS ONLY WAY TO END ABORTION 

KEEP THE RIGHT OF CHOICE „ 

REAGAN COURT MAY RECONSIDER ROE V. WADE (CARTOON) 

THE UNIQUENESS OF HUMAN LIFE 

FETUS NOT A 'GLOB OF TISSUE' 

DEFINITION OF 'HUMAN-NESS' 

CHALLENGE TO ABORTION 

WOMEN DO HAVE A CHOICE 

WHEN DOES LIFE BEGIN? 

PRO-LIFERS ARE SIMPLISTIC 

CHOICE MOVEMENT HYPOCRITICAL 

NO PLACE FOR A CRUSADE m „_ at 

ABORTION FUNDING FACES OPPOSITION IN '89 LEGISLATURE 
LIFE BEGINS AT CONCEPTION 
ABORTIONISTS REAL HYPOCRITES 

ABORTION DECISION ILLOGICAL . 

SOCIAL SERVICES COMMISSION LOSES ABORTON CASE IN COURT 
BITTERSWEET OFFERINGS 
DON'T BASH MY DOCTOR 
ABORTION FUNDING QUESTIONED 
ABORTION IS TERRORISM 

ABORTION CLINICS 
SEE ALSO ABORTION 
LEGISLATOR SAYS DISCOVERY OF 157 N.C. FETUSES PROVES LAW NEEDED 
PRIEST CONDUCTS FUNERAL FOR 157 FETUSES 

ORGANIZER OF FUNERAL FOR FETUSES SAYS SERVICE REMINDED HER OF SAINT 
ANTI-ABORTIONISTS PLANNING TO PICKET CLINICS IN N.C. TODAY 
TRIANGLE POLICE ARREST 12 FOR ABORTION PROTESTS 
NATION'S ABORTION CLINICS BESIEGED _ 

ANTI-ABORTIONISTS TARGET TRIANGLE, CHARLOTTE CLINICS 
PRO-LIFE GROUP TARGETS CHAPEL HILL CLINIC 
FAMILY SPLIT BY BELIEFS ON ABORTION 
PRO-LIFERS ARE TAKING THE HIGHER MORAL ROAD 
ABORTION OPPONENTS SAY CAMPAIGN AT CLINICS ISN'T OVER 
ABORTION PROTESTERS ORDERED TO PAY COSTS 
SEEKING TO SAVE LIVES 

ABSENTEE BALLOTS 
SEE ALSO BALLOTS 



H 2 
H 2 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



5/20/1988 A 
5/22/1988 B 
5/25/1988 A 
6/06/1988 A 
6/07/1988 B 
6/16/1988 A 
8/22/1988 A 
8/23/1988 C 
8/24/1988 B 
9/09/1988 A 
9/19/1988 
10/06/1988 
10/17/1988 
10/20/1988 
10/25/1988 
10/27/1988 
10/29/1988 
10/29/1988 
10/29/1988 
10/30/1988 
10/30/1988 
10/30/1988 
10/30/1988 
10/31/1988 
11/01/1988 
11/01/1988 
11/03/1988 
11/04/1988 
11/07/1988 
11/08/1988 
11/08/1988 
11/10/1988 
11/13/1988 
11/17/1988 
11/17/1988 
11/18/1988 
11/21/1988 
11/23/1988 
11/26/1988 
11/26/1988 
12/02/1988 
12/07/1988 
12/08/1988 
12/09/1988 
12/09/1988 
12/10/1988 .. 
12/11/1988 B 
12/12/1988 A 
12/16/1988 A 
12/19/1988 A 
12/29/1988 A 



H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 



8/26/1988 
10/29/1988 
10/29/1988 
10/30/1988 
10/30/1988 
10/30/1988 
10/30/1988 
11/01/1988 
11/01/1988 
12/02/1988 
12/13/1988 



L 

N 

L 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 

L 

L 

L 

L 

U 

L 

L 

L 

N 

N M06 
1 P N 
1 N 
1 P N S17 
1 N S17 

N 

E 

N 

L 

L 

3 P N S17 

4 L 
4 L 
4 L 

4 T T C50 
4 L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

E 

N 

L 

L 

L 

N 

L 

L 

L 

L 



8/23/1988 C 
8/24/1988 B 



6 

14 

n 

11 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 

13 
1 
4 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N M06 

N 

N 

N S17 

N S17 

E 

N 

N H90 

L 



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SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO VOTER REGULATIONS 

^STDP* aHeEW?NG ESTABLISHED 
of -STOP ABSqUeE WTO SET WWgWfl 
SECTIONS BOARD EASES SPECIAL VOTING PROBLEMS 

ffiS* &S^ SC^VCTERS 
CC^SSIONERS, DEEDS RACES ON BALLOT TODAY 

ABUNDANT LIFE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY 

^cSs" K AT T* KI4RT OF THIS (HJRCH 

ABUSED UOMEN 

SEE BATTERED UOMEN 

"* ft C^SBY I BAWO FROM EVICTING PRODUCTION CREU 

ACADEMIC FREEDOM 

SEE ALSO CENSORSHIP __ 
SEE ALSO FIRST AM^MENT 

^RETORT* Sb^« l5fe™ PRIVATE SECTOR 

gl« HFAfi! Kion printed MX 

If JS^ iSar 

GROUP ASKS CANDIDATES' STANCE ON MONEY FOR GAY UKUUKb 
lSTW^MENT FREEDOMS CRUCIAL FOR UNC 

I £1 SrISoOPERATIVE VENTURES 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH ,_„_ 

SEE ALSO SCIENCE, RESEARCH 

QFF 61 <D UNIV. OF N.C.i RESEARCH 

II ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.^CHAPEL HILL, RESEARCH 
REPORT URGES UNC LINKS UITH PRIVATE SECTOR 
UORDING OF PRIVATE RESEARCH POLICY CHANGED 
^^RESEARCHERS GET BIOTECWOLOGY GRANTS 
REPORT SAYS ACADEMICS TAKE BACK SEAT AT DUKE 

ACADEMIC RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH 
SANITY IN ACADEMIC RESEARCH 

ACADEMIC RESEARCH INITIATION C^SPROGRAM 

^£g$b£^Sffi!^*™ TO RESEARCH PROJECTS 

^Is^GHER EDUCATION 

1 a "S HILL, FACILTYTENURE 
UAKE-S WHITE » RIGHT PLACE FOR DOUBLE DUTY 
UWFORUN DECRIES -PUBLISH-PERISH' SYSTEM 
BALANCE TEACHING AND RESEARCH 

ACA OT Y a A w R T?'RHAM SUN. MOVIE BUFF OF THE YEAR CONTEST 
^ORrtER S RES DENT'S FILM AMONG OSCAR NOMINEES 
G^AeMN" 10TH ANNUAL MOVIE BUFF CONTEST 
UE^VE GOT LOVE AND LENGTH, BUT NO 'SEPTEMBER* 
RAZZLEi DAZZLE, FIZZLE 

tiE^&^S™**™ PICK tfENS DOORS 
ffHJFFUU^ READING WffilTS KELP THEM WIN 



2/18/1988 B 
4/21/1988 D 
10/10/1988 C 
11/02/1988 C 
11/03/1988 C 
11/08/1988 B 



N 
N 

N H65 
N 

N M06 
N 



CHH 1 12/25/1988 A 1 P N H90 



H 2 10/22/1988 B 6 N 



S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
CHH 



1/14/1988 C 
1/15/1988 C 
2/07/1988 A 
3/05/1988 C 
6/16/1988 B 
9/14/1988 C 
11/22/1988 A 



N 
N 

N N36 
N J40 
N H60 
N M06 
J 



S 2 1/14/1988 C 1 N 

H 3 1/15/1988 C 1 N 

S 2 5/28/1988 C I N 

H 2 6/02/1988 B 1 N N36 



H 2 7/31/1988 D 4 E 



H 2 5/31/1988 B 8 N 



H 2 1/31/1988 C 3 P N M14 
CHH 1 10/19/1988 A 1 N S17 
CHH 1 10/21/1988 A 4 E 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 



2/18/1988 A 
3/03/1988 D 
3/18/1988 D 
4/08/1988 D 
4/08/1988 D 
4/08/1988 D 
4/14/1988 D 



14 
1 P 
6 P 
1 P 

12 P 

13 P 
3 P 



B71 
S66 

S66 
L59 
B71 



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ACADEMY VILLAGE (FRANKLINTON, N.C.) 

OFFICERS ARE CALLED TO QUELL DISTURBANCE IN FRANKLINTON 

ACAPULCO, MEXICO 
SEE ALSO MEXICO 
DUKE STUDENTS SPEND BREAK BUILDING MEXICAN CHURCH WALL 

THE ACCELERATORS (MUSIC GROUP) 

THE ACCELERATORS PERFORM SATURDAY AT UNDER THE STREET 
accelerators: WILD RIDE, SENSE OF DIRECTION 
RALEIGH ACCELERATORS BRING JUSTICE TO ALL AT BREWERY 

ACCIDENT VICTIMS _ _ 

SEE ALSO COMPARATIVE FAULT CLAIMS SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO CRIME VICTIMS 
COMPARATIVE FAULT BACKED 

ACCIDENTAL DEATH RATE 
SEE ALSO DEATH RATE 
PANEL TO STUDY REDUCING ACCIDENTAL DEATHS 

ACCIDENTS (GENERAL) 
SEE ALSO INJURIES 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL INJURY PREVENTION RESEARCH CENTER 

COLLAPSE OF HOTEL SUITE CEILING KILLS GREENSBORO MAN 

WHITE GOO ON U.S. 70 ALARMS RUSH-HOUR DRIVERS 

RUSH-HOUR TRAFFIC ENDURES MUCKJ 450 GALLONS OF IT 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, DURHAM (INCLUDES RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT) 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, SAFETY 
SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT, FIRE-CRASH RESCUE TEAM 

PILOT WAS WARNED BEFORE CRASH AT RDU 

12 FEARED DEAD IN RDU CRASH 

EXAMINERS PROBE RDU CRASH SITE _ 

REVIEW OF FLIGHT 3378 BEGINS; ALL 12 ABOARD DIED... 

MEADOW OF WINTER-GRAYED BRUSH ALTERED BY FRAGMENTS OF TRAGEDY 

CRASH VICTIMS - AMERICAN EAGLE FLIGHT 3378 

SUBSTITUTE PLANE FLOWN IN FATAL RDU CRASH 

EAGLE CRASH APPEARS TO BE WORST IN TRIANGLE'S HISTORY 

LANDING OF PERSON, GRANVILLE OFFICIALS ABORTED 

1ST OFFICER MAY HAVE BEEN FLYING PLANE BEFORE CRASH 

PILOT KATHY DIGAN GREW UP DREAMING OF FLYING LIKE FATHER 

INVESTIGATORS SEEK CLUES IN RDU CRASH 

BRIER CREEK DRAINED FOR CRASH PROBE 

AIRPLANE CRASH VICTIM, ROSS, SERVICE IN HENDERSON 

400 ATTEND TEEN VICTIM'S FUNERAL „ 

PLANE'S ENGINES TO BE SENT TO MANUFACTURER FOR INSPECTION 

ENGINES TO BE STUDIED FOR CLUES 

SAFETY BOARD ENDS FTOBE AT SITE OF FATAL PLANE CRASH 

BANKRUPTCY CASE SHOULDN'T BLOCK CRASH INSURANCE CLAIMS 

TWO AGENCIES PLAY DIFFERENT ROLES IN INVESTIGATING AIRPLANE CRASHES 

PROBE OF RDU AIR CRASH SHIFTS TO SEVERAL U.S. SITES 

SAFETY BOARD TO FINISH CRASH PROBE 

PIECES OF PLANE BEING REMOVED; ROAD REOPENED 

CRASH CLEANUP NEAR RDU 

RESERVOIR DRAINING MAY DELAY PROBE 

LAST PIECES REMOVED 

WRECKAGE VISIBLE 

RESERVOIR DRAINS 

BEARING A CROSS FOR CRASH VICTIMS 

CRASH CLUES NOT FOUND 

AIRPORT EMERGENCY CREWS PRAISED 

investigators: co-pilot HAD problems 

RDU PASSENGERS MAY SOON SAY! 'BUENOS DIAS!' 
CRASH INVESTIGATORS MAY RETURN 
INVESTIGATORS RETURNING TO SITE OF RDU CRASH 
RESPONSE EXCELLENT TO AIRPLANE CRASH 
PILOT SHOULD TAKE CHARGE IN BAD WEATHER 
NATIONAL BOARD CANCELS HEARING ON PLANE CRASH 



H 1 4/07/1988 BIN 



S 2 3/28/1988 C 1 N 



S 2 2/11/1988 D 
H 2 2/12/1988 D 
H 2 9/09/1988 D 



9 P P 
5 P R L37 
3 R L37 



H 2 11/25/1988 C 3 P N 



H 2 12/16/1988 A 10 N 



H 2 6/25/1988 C 2 N 
S 2 7/19/1988 A 1 N B53 
H 2 7/20/1988 B 16 N 



H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



c 

A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



2/12/1988 

2/20/1988 

2/20/1988 

2/21/1988 

2/21/1988 

2/21/1988 

2/21/1988 

2/21/1988 

2/21/1988 

2/22/1988 

2/22/1988 B 

2/22/1988 A 

2/23/1988 A 

2/23/1988 A 

2/23/1988 A 

2/23/1988 A 

2/23/1988 A 

2/24/1988 

2/24/1988 

2/24/1988 

2/24/1988 

2/25/1988 

2/26/1988 

2/26/1988 

2/26/1988 

2/27/1988 

2/29/1988 

2/29/1988 

3/01/1988 

3/01/1988 B 

3/02/1988 A 

3/02/1988 

3/02/1988 

3/04/1988 

3/04/1988 

3/12/1988 

3/25/1988 



N 
N 

N B85 
N A54 
N M97 
N 

N M97 
N M97 
N 

N T33 
N 
N B85 



1 M N M97 



8 
8 

12 
1 
1 
1 
6 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

10 
2 
1 
1 



4/14/1988 B 






N M97 
N B85 
N M97 
N 

N M97 
N B85 
N W82 
N 

P L38 
N B53 
P L38 
P M66 
P M66 
P M66 
N M97 
N R80 
N 

N W82 
N R80 

1 P N W82 

4 L 

4 L 

3 N 



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CRASH LANDING AT RDU 

2 DIE AS PLANES COLLIDE AT RDU 

RDU CRASH PROBE STARTS 

WRECKAGE 

WlfanXiMBmrn* ^mm collision... 

THEY DIED MING »UHAT THEY WANTED JO DO' 
NVESTIGATORS PLAN TO INTERVIEW PILOT 
INVESTIGATORS PLAN TO INTERVIEW PILOT 
PILOT IN RDU CRASH WON'T TALK TO BOARD 
PILOT REFUSES TO TALK TO INVESTIGATORS 

SSSSs % ewo 

2 AIRPORT FIREMEN FACE DRUG CHARGES 

^EbsK KuiPoF^^OmUTER-PLANE CRASH 

gSW^ fiJfflff" «™ BOARD. 
STATE AIRPLANE RUNS OFF RUNWAY 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO AIRLINE DEATHS 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, SAFETY 

MOURN THE INNOCENTS, TOO uwjmjfi mi D 

AT WORLD'S BOTTOM, A HEROIC RESCUE IN NUMBING UULD 

m TDAY SEASON SADDENED BY TRAGEDY „ 

DUKE STUDENTS FLIGHTSWITCH SAVED HER LIFE 

m AM AIR DISASTER FOSTERS PASSENGER FEAR 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, JETS, N.C. (MILITARY JETS) 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, EMERGENCIES 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, SAFETY 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, SMUGGLING 

STUDENT PILOT SURVIVES PLANE CRASH 

PLANE EN ROUTE TO RDU CRASHES 

PILOT INJURED IN CRASH 

TEXAS MAN KILLED IN AIRPLANE CRASH , „,„.__ __ 

OFFICIALS SAYPLANE THAT CRASHED RAN OUT Of FUEL 

JET GOING TO WILMINGTON LAMS AT JACKSONVILLE 

EAG^CRASH APPEARS^ k'wORST IN TRIANGLE'S HISTORY 

Skilled in crash of exfotmental plane 

COUPLE KILLED, DAUGHTER HURT IN CRASH 

a^Kash^nvestigation may be delayed six months 

^S^W PARACHUTIST fpiLoflNjSlN F1ANE CRASH 
^Sff^SSvSnmBBSBCI LANDING IN A WEEK 
PLANE CRASHES IN MADISON CO. 

IXSHfifflm, sims FIRE 

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5/26/1988 A 
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5/26/1988 
5/27/1988 
5/27/1988 
5/27/1988 
5/27/1988 
5/27/1988 
5/31/1988 
6/01/1988 B 
6/10/1988 C 
6/14/1988 C 
6/15/1988 B 
6/30/1988 C 
7/17/1988 B 
7/21/1988 C 
7/22/1988 B 
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1/16/1988 C 
1/19/1988 
1/20/1988 
1/21/1988 
1/21/1988 
1/23/1988 
2/08/1988 B 
2/21/1988 A 
4/09/1988 C 
4/10/1988 C 
4/11/1988 A 
4/12/1988 B 
4/26/1988 B 
5/11/1988 A 
6/03/1988 B 
7/02/1988 C 
7/11/1988 B 
7/23/1988 C 
7/23/1988 A 
7/24/1988 B 
7/25/1988 B 
7/28/1988 A 
8/22/1988 A 
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SUBJE 



PILOT'S IDENTITY STILL NOT VERIFIED 

PILOT DRUNK AT TIME OF CRASH 

PILOT'S DRINKING SHOULD HAVE STAYED CONFIDENTIAL 

CRASH REPORTING WAS SHALLOW M „„, 

PILOT'S FATAL CRASH BELIES HIS CAUTION WHILE FLYING, FRIENDS SAY 

KANG COVERAGE SHOWED LACK OF SENSITIVITY 

THIRD KANG STORY MORE BALANCED 

CRASH STORY ACCURATE 

NEWSPAPER SHOULD APOLOGIZE 

REPORT: PILOT INTOXICATED, NOT QUALIFIED 

AIRPLANE CRASHES OFF CAPE LOOKOUT 

TWO DIE AS SMALL PLANE CRASHES 

CHARLOTTE PAIR IN PLANE 

2 DIE IN N.C, PLANE CRASH 

THREE MEN DIE IN PLANE CRASH 

TWO PERSONS KILLED IN AIRPLANE CRASH NEAR MOUNT AIRY 

VICTIMS OF PLANE CRASH IDENTIFIED 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO AIRLINE DEATHS 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, SAFETY 

A TARNISHED REPUTATION ^ 

THREE KILLED IN PLANE CRASH; FLIGHT BEGAN IN GREENSBORO 

INVESTIGATOR SAYS PLANE MAY HAVE BEEN DAMAGED IN FLIGHT 

RALEIGH MAN, 59 OTHERS SURVIVE PIEDMONT JET ENGINE EXPLOSION 

PIEDMONT CREWS BEGIN PATCHING HOLES IN JETLINER 

DAMAGED PIEDMONT JET FLOWN BACK TO N.C. 

RDU COMMUTER CRASH TOPIC AT SAFETY MEETING 

PILOT IS HERO IN THE AIR 

IT'S EVEN SAFER TO FLY 

N.C. COUPLE KILLED IN VA. AS PLANE CRASHES 

PLANE ON WAY TO RDU CRASHES 

FORMER NASCAR DRIVER AMONG 3 KILLED IN CRASH 

DAVIS LOVE JR. DIES IN SMALL PLANE CRASH 

PILOT DIES IN VIRGINIA PLANE CRASH 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CARRBORO 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, ORANGE COUNTY 
SCHOOL BUS, CAR, TRACTOR WRECK; NO ONE HURT 
WRECK HURTS 9 IN CARRBORO 
BOTH DRIVERS GET TICKETS IN COLLISION 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CHAPEL HILL _ 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, ORANGE COUNTY 
A KIND ACT WARMS HEARTS, STOMACHS 
A KIND ACT WARMS HEARTS, STOMACHS 
ACCIDENTS DWINDLING IN DURHAM 
ACCIDENTS DWINDLING IN DURHAM 
THREE INJURED AS CAR SLIDES INTO CREEK 
CAR UPROOTS TREE, KNOCKS OUT POWER 
CAR HITS PEDESTRIAN ON FRANKLIN STREET 
POLICE LOG/WRECK ON BYPASS INJURES 2 PEOPLE, DESTROYS CARS 
POLICE LOG/2 ARE CHARGED AFTER COLLISION 
POLICE LOG/MAN INJURED IN AUTO ACCIDENT 
TWO INJURED IN CAR WRECK ON RALEIGH ROAD FRIDAY 
POLICE LOG/AUTO WRECK RESULTS IN DWI CHARGE 
POLICE LOG/TWO INJURED IN AUTO ACCIDENT 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN INJURED WHEN TREE CUT ON CAR 
POLICE LOG/PEDESTRIAN HIT IN CHAPEL HILL 
CAN I SEE SOME I.D. PLEASE? 
POLICE LOG/FOUR TREATED, RELEASED AT NCMH 
STUDY SHOWS MOST WRECKS OCCUR ON CHAPEL HILL BLVD. 
POLICE LOG/CHILD ESCAPES INJURY 
POLICE LOG/THREE INJURED FRIDAY IN TWO-CAR ACCIDENT 
POLICE LOG/RACCOON ESCAPES, PEOPLE NOT SO LUCKY 
2 INJURED IN WRECK 

POLICE LOG/CONSTRUCTION TRACTOR HITS WOMAN'S CAR 
POLICE LOG/MAN ON MOPED HURT IN SUNDAY ACCIDENT 
POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN FACES DWI CHARGE 
POLICE LOG/STUDENT STRUCK BY CAR 



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8/23/1988 A 


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CHH 1 


8/24/1988 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


8/30/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


8/31/1988 A 


4 


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CHH 1 


8/31/1988 A 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


9/03/1988 A 


4 


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CHH 1 


9/07/1988 A 


4 


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9/19/1988 A 


4 


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H 2 


9/23/1988 A 


4 


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S 2 10/13/1988 A 


1 


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H 2 11/16/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 2 11/27/1988 B 


10 


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H 2 11/28/1988 B 


6 


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S 2 12/01/1988 A 


2 


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12/02/1988 C 


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H 2 12/26/1988 B 


7 


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H 2 12/27/1988 C 


3 


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2/09/1988 A 


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3/21/1988 B 


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3/22/1988 B 


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4/15/1988 A 


1 P N 


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4/16/1988 A 


14 


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4/17/1988 B 


3 


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S 2 


4/20/1988 C 


10 


N 


S 2 


4/30/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


5/17/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


5/30/1988 B 


8 


N 


S 2 


8/16/1988 A 


2 


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S 2 


8/17/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 2 11/15/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 2 11/24/1988 A 


19 


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H 3 


5/05/1988 B 


1 


N 080 


H 2 


5/09/1988 B 


1 


N 080 


H 2 


5/10/1988 C 


7 


N 080 


H 2 


1/08/1988 A 


1 


N BIO 


H 2 


1/08/1988 A 


1 


N M10 


S 2 


1/08/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


S 2 


1/08/1988 A 


1 


N K65 


H 2 


1/27/1988 C 


7 


N 080 


H 2 


2/21/1988 B 


1 


N 080 


H 2 


4/29/1988 C 


5 


N 


CHH 1 


6/17/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


6/28/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


7/24/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/06/1988 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


8/09/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/18/1988 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 


9/02/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/13/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/04/1988 A 


3 P P L38 


CHH 1 


10/04/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/07/1988 A 


1 M N M70 


CHH 1 


10/13/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/16/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/17/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/18/1988 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 


10/20/1988 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 


10/25/1988 A 


3 


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CHH 1 


10/29/1988 A 


3 


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CHH 1 


11/04/1988 A 


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ANNUAL INDEX BT SUB JE 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



POLICE LOG/MOPED RHER HIT BY CAR 

a 1 E&8SK8B »&%» «» 

PTC ICE LOG/PATROL CAR COLLIDES UITH TODC JL11I 
pgjcl L0G>DRI^LES3 ^^^tr^NT* 3 
POLICE LOG/DRIVER TREATED AFTER 4-CAR ACCIDENT 
pnnl LOG/TEEWGER INJURED IN 1-CAR bRECK _^ 
pnnrl UK/UCSniyHKJUREI IK MOPED ACCIDENT 
POLICE LOQ/STUIBW^S MINOR INJURIES «£ttn«T 
POLICE LOG/CAR STRIPS TEEN-AGER IN DOWTOW INCIDENT 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, DU&WI ng>iuM 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, DUWAM 
ICE LEAVES TRIANGLE POWERLESS 
PARKWGCD MAN HURT IN WRECK 0NN.C. 54 
man Sin IN FAIR CONDITION AFTER PASSING CUT AT WHEEL 
iM MAN REPORTS) TO BE IN FAIR CONDITION 
DUKEPOWER WORKER STRUCK FY CAR, m ,„ 
RK CAPER'S TRIAL DELAYED UNTIL FEB. 10 
ACCIDENTS DWINDLING IN DURHAM 
ACCIDENTS DWINDLING IN DURHAM 
MELTING SNOW ADDS HAZARDS; WRECKS KILL 5 
Cm STREETS PLOWED, STILL HAZARDOUS 

cm streets flowed; STILLHAZARDOUS 

TRACTOR-TRAILER BLOCKSTRATFIC 
WRECK SNARLS 1-85 TRAFFIC FOR 2HOURS 
POLICE SAY 5TH VEHICLE CAUSED WRECK 
ICE ON VEHICLES DANGEROUS 

^PSM^E»IT OF TAXI KKR 

SSsl^cl 3 MEN PINNO IN ttJRHAM AUTO CRASH 

CAR WRECK VICTIMS TO BE RELEASED 

treCK^ATCHERS NEED TO BE UNDER CONTROL 

BOY STRUCK BY CAR 

UCMAN INJURED INAUTO CRASH 

1*1 VERS FIGHT AFTER CAR, TRUCK COLLIDE 

DWmswffk 

KY^Wl^f^WsTRIKING AUTO 

FOUR HURT AS PICKUP TRUCK, CAR COLLIDE 
HILLSBCWXJGH MAW INJURED IN WRECK 

MEEK mRTS UOrtAN, SNAPS POLL 

DURHAM YOUTH INURED IN WRECK ON LEC^ STREET 
TROOPER CHASES SPEEDING CAR INTO TREE 
!cff BUSTCAR CRASH ON ROXBORO ROAD 
CHILDRECOVERS FROM BEING HIT BY CAR 

STOLES wfflsiSg™8 IKIVERS HOSPITALIZED 
amnul PLAYER INWRECK RELEASED FTOM INFIRMARY 
STE^TfXERGFTSFY^ SHIRTS AFTER ONE CLAWED BY BACKHOE 
DURHAM WOMAN STRUCK BY CAR 
DUKE PSO CHARGED AFTER WRECK 

^HGTO? MOTORIST DIES FROM HEART ATTACK 
■MRUM IN HB CRASH 

SSttTf^d 1 ^^ 3 
ffiKffioS« for mi 

HIT-AND-RUN CHARGED ^^ 

UOrtAN HURT IN DURHAM ACCIDENT 



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1 N IfW 


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I 11/24/1988 A 10 N 


CHH 


1 11/26/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 12/02/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 


1 12/07/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 


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3 N 


CHH 


1 12/22/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 12/23/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 


1 12/24/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 


1 12/24/1988 A 


3 N 


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2 1/04/1988 A 


1 P N T33 


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2 1/05/1988 C 


5 N 


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2 1/05/1988 B 


1 N 


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2 1/06/1988 B 


6 N 


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2 1/06/1988 C 


1 N 


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2 1/08/1988 A 


1 N B53 


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1 N K65 


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1 N H70 


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2 1/11/1988 A 


1 N B53 


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1 P N M51 


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2 1/21/1988 A 


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2 1/29/1988 A 


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2 1/30/1988 A 


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2 2/16/1988 B 


14 N 


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2 2/17/1988 B 


11 N 


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2 2/19/1988 A 


1 P N N36 


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2 2/22/1988 B 


1 N 


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2 2/29/1988 B 


9 N 


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2 3/04/1988 B 


9 


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2 3/07/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 3/08/1988 B 


5 N 


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2 3/09/1988 C 


9 N 


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2 3/14/1988 C 


3 N 


s 


2 3/14/1988 A 


3 N 


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2 3/15/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 3/18/1988 C 


1 N A54 


s 


2 3/18/1988 A 


10 N 


H 


2 3/20/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 3/21/1988 B 


9 N 


H 


2 3/21/1988 B 


9 N 


H 


2 3/24/1988 B 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 3/24/1988 B 


2 N 


H 


2 3/30/1988 C 


4 N 


H 


2 4/04/1988 C 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 4/07/1988 C 


8 N 


H 


2 4/13/1988 A 


9 P P K30 


H 


2 4/13/1986 C 


6 N 


H 


2 4/19/1988 B 


8 N M51 


H 


2 4/20/1988 C 


2 N 


s 


2 4/20/1988 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 4/21/1988 C 


9 N M51 


H 


2 4/22/1988 C 


6 N 


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2 4/25/1988 A 


12 N 


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2 4/25/1988 A 


12 N 


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2 4/25/1988 A 


1 P N B53 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
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INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



WOMAN INJURED AS TRUCK COLLIDES WITH CAR, HITS TREE 

DURHAM WRECK VICTIM SAID IN FAIR CONDITION 

CAR HITS PERSON AT DUKE ST., 1-85 

MAN INJURED IN WRECK ON U.S. 70 

S.C. MAN DIES OF CRASH INJURIES 

VEHICLES STRIKE, KILL DURHAM MAN IN TRAFFIC 

MAN, 21, KILLED WALKING ON 1-85; HIT BY 6 VEHICLES 

WOMAN INJURED, ARRESTED AFTER CAR CHASE BY POLICE 

THREE HURT ON DUKE STREET 

THREE INJURED AS CAR SKIDS OFF FREEWAY 

COLLISION INJURES DURHAM WOMAN 

WOMAN INJURED IN WRECK; MAN CITED 

WOMAN INJURED IN WRECK; MAN CITED 

THREE HURT IN WRECK 

DRIVER TRAPPED 

3 INJURED IN WRECK ON ROXBORO ROAD 

4 TEENS HURT, 2 SERIOUSLY, IN COLLISION 
ELDERLY COUPLE HURT IN TWO-VEHICLE ACCIDENT 
SCRAMBLE TO FREE DRIVER 

CAR KNOCKS OUT POWER 

TEEN PULLS TWO FROM CAR BEFORE FIRE STARTS 

ELDERLY DURHAM WOMAN HIT BY CAR 

CRASH 

CAR HITS BUS FROM BRAGTOWN SCHOOL; 11 HURT 

SCHOOL-BUS WRECK LEAVES WOMAN STABLE 

CHARGES FILED IN AUTO, BUS WRECK 

3-WHEELER SKIDS INTO CAR, BOY HURT 

JOGGER STRUCK, INJURED BY TURNING CAR 

DRIVER INJURED 

DRIVERS HURT IN WRECK _ 

GOOD SAMARITAN STOPS TO HELP, BUT VAN KEEPS ROLLING 

POLICE CRUISER IS JUST MISSED IN ONE-CAR, DWI-RELATED WRECK 

DRIVER FELL ASLEEP BEFORE COLLISION 

BICYCLIST HURT 

FOUR PEOPLE HURT IN HEAD-ON WRECK 

3 REMAIN IN HOSPITAL 

DRIVER FALLS ASLEEP; 3 HURT 

DURHAM MAN AMONG 15 HOLIDAY FATALITIES 

WOMAN HURT IN 1-CAR WRECK 

MULTIVEHICLE WRECK SNARLS TRAFFIC 

MULTIVEHICLE WRECK SNARLS TRAFFIC 

WRECK LEADS TO AUTO THEFT, OTHER CHARGES 

WOMAN ARRESTED AFTER COLLISION, CHASE 

DRIVER HURT IN COLLISION WITH UTILITY POLES 

THREE PEOPLE HURT IN CAR-VAN ACCIDENT 

3 HURT IN WEEKEND ACCIDENT AT U.S. 70, SPARGER ROAD 

MOTHER, SONS AIDED AFTER WRECK 

CAR-TRUCK WRECK HURTS TWO PEOPLE 

MOTHER, SONS INJURED 

FIRST AID AFTER WRECK 

PRISON BUS INVOLVED IN COLLISION 

RE-ENTRY 

SIDELINED 

DRIVER CHARGED IN 2-CAR WRECK 

TRUCK HITS POLE, CUTS OFF POWER, TELEPHONES 

CAR OVERTURNS ON 1-85 

THREE HURT IN WRECK 

ACCIDENT VICTIM IN GOOD CONDITION 

CAR, TRUCK COLLIDE; ONE DRIVER INJURED 

2 WOMEN ARRESTED AFTER CHASE 

N.C. 98 WRECK PUTS 3 IN HOSPITAL 

THREE PEOPLE HURT IN HEAD-ON COLLISION 

N.C. 98 WRECK KILLS 1, INJURES 2 

WOMAN, 82.KILLED IN N.C. 98 WRECK 

N.C. 98 SEES RASH OF WRECKS 

CHILD STRUCK BY CAR 

GIRL STRUCK BY CAR DIES 

CEMENT MIXER HITS CAR, PINNING WOMAN INSIDE 

CHILD HIT BY CAR DIES AT DUKE HOSPITAL 

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4/26/1988 C 
4/26/1988 B 
5/04/1988 A 
5/05/1988 C 
5/06/1988 C 
5/07/1988 A 
5/08/1988 B 
5/08/1988 B 
5/10/1988 C 
5/11/1988 B 
5/11/1988 C 
5/12/1988 B 
5/12/1988 B 
5/15/1988 C 
5/16/1988 A 
5/16/1988 A 
5/23/1988 D 
5/24/1988 B 
5/26/1988 B 
6/06/1988 B 
6/07/1988 B 
6/07/1988 B 
6/08/1988 A 
6/10/1988 A 
6/10/1988 A 
6/11/1988 C 
6/12/1988 C 
6/13/1988 B 
6/14/1988 B 
6/16/1988 A 
6/17/1988 C 
6/19/1988 B 
6/20/1988 B 
6/23/1988 B 
6/26/1988 B 
6/27/1988 C 
7/04/1988 B 
7/05/1988 B 
7/07/1988 A 
7/13/1988 B 
7/13/1988 B 
7/15/1988 C 
7/15/1988 A 
7/15/1988 C 
7/17/1988 B 
7/18/1988 A 
7/19/1988 B 
7/19/1988 B 
7/19/1988 B 
7/21/1988 C 
7/22/1988 C 
7/26/1988 B 
7/26/1988 A 
7/27/1988 B 
7/31/1988 C 
8/01/1988 B 
8/01/1988 B 
8/01/1988 A 
8/09/1988 B 
8/09/1988 B 
8/15/1988 C 
8/16/1988 B 
8/16/1988 A 
8/17/1988 B 
8/17/1988 A 
8/18/1988 
8/18/1988 
8/19/1988 
8/19/1988 
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PASSERSBY OFFER HELPING HANDS „ 

RHYA HIT BY CART CRITICALLY INJURED 

mhm man. dies* injuries from wreck 

ShXD HIT BY CAR NOU IN FAIR CONDITION 

T>^ IK^aI Ctt HITS POLE ON ALSTON AVE. 
UTRGTNIA MAN HURT AS CAR FLIPS ON 1-85 
K 18? m MM WofgyUDKRaiD 

CITY NEEDS ANSWERS TO TRAFFIC PROBLEMS 
ItRHAM MAN INJURED IN £U™ ARDENT 

SK COLLIDE, TWO INJURED EAST OF TOW 

wMRHMnb WITH ASSAULTING A POLICE OFFICER 
MAN^LKS^Y FROM AIRBORNE WRECK ON U.S. 70 

HESSNMi frajLismH isms 2 to hospitals 

WRECK HURTS 2 DRIVERS 
CRASH HURTS 4 

FIERY S CRASH ON 1-85 KILLS ONE 

PREGNANT WOMAN INJURED IN N.C. 751 WRECK 

THREE HURT IN WRECK 

THREE INJURED _ 

SEVERAL VEHICLES WRECK 

TRUCK DRIVER HURT 

DRIVER SERIOUSLY HURT IN WRECK 

WRECK AFTERMATH 

SCULPTURE DAMAGED im _ 

Sli^'r^^^of nrham *ECKS 

THREE HURT IN COLLISION OMM.C. 98 
BICYCLIST INJURED ON FAYETTEVILLE ST. 
3 INJURED IN ACCIDENT ON N.C. 98 
3 NJURED IN ACCIDENT ONN^C. 98 
DRIVER BELIEVED ASLEEP BEFORE WRECK 

2 UOrll» C iNK^l%D-RUN COLLISION 

WRECK VICTIM UNDER INTENSIVE CARE 

2 HURT IN CAR COLLISION iincrv 

OFFICER CHARGED IN ALSTON WRECK 

CWLDHURTCRITICALLY IN 3-VEHICLE WRECK 

SIX INJURED ^ 

SCHOOL BUS DAMAGED 

V&gffiflffi&g^&X; TWO OTHERS *KT 
COSTLY COLLISION 
S^WSfrBE OF MANSLAUGHTER 

Pedestrian 'hit by autojn critical condition 

DURHAM POLICE BRACE FOR 100 WRECKS 
maw ARRESTED AFTER CHASE 
DUMWfmN (WES IN HIGH-SPEED CRASH 
HIT-AND-RUN ESPIONAGE 

ffl KILLED? INJURED IN WRECK ON INTERSTAE n 40 NEAR BOULEVARD 
TWOPERSWSBADLY INJURED AS CAR RUNSOFF BROAD ST. 
THREEURECK VICTIMS REMAIN HOSPITALIZED 
TUOtff<ra VICTIMS IN GOOD CONDITION 
RALEIGH MAN'S CONDITION FAIR AFTER ACCIDENT 
THD INJURED IN WRECK 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, DURHAM COJNTY 
SEE ACCIDENTS, AUTO, . DURHAM 
SEE TRAFFIC DEATHS, DURHAM 

AfTTTIFNTS. AUTO, INTERNATIONAL 

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8/22/1988 B 
8/22/1988 C 
8/23/1988 B 
8/23/1988 B 
8/24/1988 B 
8/24/1988 B 
8/25/1988 D 
9/10/1988 C 
9/12/1988 B 
9/15/1988 C 
9/17/1988 
9/19/1988 
9/19/1988 
9/20/1988 
9/20/1988 
9/20/1988 _ 
9/21/1988 B 
9/21/1988 A 
9/21/1988 
9/23/1988 
9/26/1988 
9/30/1988 
9/30/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/12/1988 B 
10/14/1988 C 
10/14/1988 C 
10/17/1988 C 
10/19/1988 C 
10/19/1988 C 
10/21/1983 B 
10/21/1988 A 
10/22/1988 C 
10/22/1988 C 
10/22/1988 B 
10/22/1988 B 
10/24/1988 
10/24/1988 
10/31/1988 
11/02/1988 
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11/18/1988 
11/18/1988 
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12/03/1988 A 
12/05/1988 B 
12/12/1988 B 
12/17/1988 A 
12/18/1988 
12/19/1988 
12/22/1988 
12/23/1988 
12/24/1988 
12/24/1988 
12/25/1988 
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PR. DANA IRENE WHEELER OF DUKE 
WORLD'S HIGHWAY DEATHS ON RISE 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HIT-AND-RUN DRIVING 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, N.C. 
LIBERTY WOMAN KILLED IN BURLINGTON WRECK 
WEATHER-RELATED WRECKS CLAIM FOUR IN ALAMANCE 
VEHICLE DESTROYS GASOLINE PUMP 
HENDERSON WOMAN KILLED IN TWO-CAR WRECK ON U.S. I 
STATION MANAGER KILLED 
WOMAN, 5-YEAR-OLD KILLED IN CRASH 
TOT PUTS CAR IN GEAR AND IT HITS HIS GRANDFATHER 
FLEEING DRIVER HURT IN WRECK 
DUKE DOCTORS TREAT TENNESSEE'S JUNIOR MISS 
4-CAR WRECK KILLS MAN; 2 WOMEN HURT 
LEFT UP IN AIR 

WRECKS LEAD ACCIDENTAL DEATHS IN N.C. 
TWO KILLED, THREE INJURED AS CARS COLLIDE WITH TANKER 
MAN KILLED IN CAR CRASH NEAR GRAHAM 
FOUR DIE IN N.C. TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS 
GOVERNOR'S SON CHARGED IN ACCIDENT 
GOVERNOR'S SON CHARGED IN WRECK 
BURLINGTON WOMAN SERIOUSLY INJURED IN WRECK 
UNION COUNTY DEPUTY HURT AS CAR RAMMED 
2 CHATHAM MEN KILLED IN WRECK NEAR GOLDSTON 
WOMAN DIES, DURHAM FAMILY HURT IN WRECK 
THREE CREEDMOOR AREA RESIDENTS INJURED IN WRECK 
MAN KILLED AS DUMP TRUCK HITS CAR 
MRS. LYNNE MANN, FROM AUTO CRASH INJURIES 
17-YEAR-OLD DIES IN C+C-CAR CRASH 
TWO PEDESTRIANS HIT BY CAR NEAR PERSON HIGH SCHOOL 
CRASH KILLS ONE; SECOND ESCAPES FIRE 
DURHAM MAN DIES IN AUTO ACCIDENT 
BOY, 2, DIES AS CAR, MILK TRUCK COLLIDE 
SNOW HILL GIRL KILLED TRYING TO CROSS ROAD 
WOMAN KILLED NEAR LOUISBURG 
FORMER N.C. HOUSE MEMBER KILLED IN WRECK 
TIMOTHY ALLEN PURVIS, IN CAR CRASH 
INNOCENT VICTIMS PAY PRICE FOR DRUNK DRIVERS 
CREEDMOOR MAN KILLED IN ONE-CAR CRASH 

CIVIL LAWSUIT BEGINS WITHOUT DEFENDANTS IN DRUNK DRIVING CASE 
10 HURT IN GRAWILLE BUS-CAR ACCIDENT 

MRS. BRENDA WEAVER DIES AFTER CAR CRASH IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 
RALEIGH, CARY MEN KILLED IN WAKE COUNTY ACCIDENT 
3-WEEK-OLD INFANT DIES IN VANCE COUNTY WRECK 
ONE KILLED IN CAR-BUS CRASH 

REPORT FINDS NO EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT BEATING CLAIM 
TEEN DIES, 8 INJURED IN WRECK 
SCHOOL BUS, CAR COLLIDE ON U.S. 158 
FATAL ACCIDENT ON 1-85 
BURLINGTON WOMAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 
HENDERSON MAN HIT BY CAR ON 1-85 
DORSEY HOSPITALIZED FOLLOWING CRASH 
STATE OFFICIAL HURT IN WRECK 
TWO CHILDREN DIE IN AUTO ACCIDENT 
CAR HITS, KILLS BOY 
UNC ADMINISTRATOR DIES 
ROXBORO MAN DIES AFTER WRECK 
15 HURT IN FRANKLIN AS CAR SMASHES INTO CROWD 
HOLIDAY WEEKEND'S HIGHWAY DEATH TOLL 11 IN NORTH CAROLINA 
ENGAGED COUPLE DIES IN HALIFAX ACCIDENT 
2 DRIVERS ARE KILLED IN HEAD-ON COLLISION 
PASSENGER KILLED, DRIVER HURT AS PICKUP OVERTURNS 
GIRL, 16, KILLED IN WRECK 
APEX WOMAN KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT 
PERSON COUNTY MAN KILLED IN WRECK 

TWO S.C. WOMEN KILLED IN CRASH _ 

RONALD DAVID WILLIAMS DIES AFTER CAR CRASHES INTO TREE 
OXFORD MAN, 24, DIES FROM ACCIDENT INJURIES 



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1/15/1988 B 
1/19/1988 B 
1/22/1988 C 
1/30/1988 A 
2/01/1988 C 
2/09/1988 C 
2/14/1988 B 
2/16/1988 B 
2/17/1988 A 
2/20/1988 C 
2/28/1988 B 
2/29/1988 B 
3/09/1988 A 
3/10/1988 
3/11/1988 
3/12/1988 
3/13/1988 
3/14/1988 _ 
3/17/1988 B 
3/18/1988 C 
3/19/1988 C 
3/22/1988 B 
3/23/1988 B 
3/26/1988 C 
3/23/1988 C 
3/30/1988 C 
4/02/1988 C 
4/06/1988 C 
4/07/1988 B 
4/08/1988 C 
4/11/1988 A 
4/13/1988 C 
4/14/1988 C 
4/23/1988 C 
4/24/1988 B 
4/29/1988 C 
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5/12/1988 
5/16/1988 
5/19/1988 
5/26/1988 
5/27/1988 
5/27/1988 
5/27/1988 
5/28/1988 B 
5/28/1988 C 
5/28/1988 C 
5/28/1988 B 
5/30/1988 B 
5/30/1988 B 
6/01/1988 B 
6/04/1988 B 
6/12/1988 C 
6/14/1988 A 
6/15/1988 B 
6/21/1988 B 
6/24/1988 A 
6/25/1988 C 
6/26/1988 B 
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HOLIDAY TRAFFIC DEATHS REACH 12 

HQ B UPMT l^ 1 Pour people dead 

CLINTON OFFICER FACES CHARGES IN CAR ACCIDENT 
WNCEHWH £TS NEW TRIAL IN CAR DEATHS 
an 1MGT0N BOY, 2 1 KILLED IN WRECK 
NINE PEOPLE INJURED NCALDWELL ACCIDENT 
tn UM F^TALITY^ECK PROBED BY N.C. PATROL 

mrhits wall Wfflus&refflERSW «an arrested 

TOOPER HURTIN ACCIDENT AT GREENSBORO 
INTERSTATE 85 CRASH KILLS MARYLAND MAN 
WRECK KILLS GRAHAM MAN _ Tm „ 
CTXBORO MAN HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT 

A LETHAL MIX ON THE ROADS 

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WINSTON-SALEM WOMAN INJURED IN ALAMANCE 
TEEN KILLED UATCHING CAR RACE 
PATROL PROBES HIT-AND-RUN 
ONE GOAL WE DON'T WANT TO MEET .„__ 
RAIN HINDERS LABOR MY WEEKEND TRAFFIC 

SRD^K^^HuffilLLED IN URECK 

nranms for fatal wreck 

i^&^nw manKTLLED IN OXFORD ROAD WRECK 
^S^aT27! L KILLED IN FRANKLIN COUNTY tfRECK 
THREE-AUTO WRECK KILLS SIX 

Sa'K 2 3 f DIES IN 2-CAR WRECK 
tK-TCMlW^JO IN ACOTS 
ELDERLY MAN, WIFE ARE KILLED IN WRECK 
DRIVER DRIVES THROUGH «IVE-THWJ 

2 MEN KILLED IN CREEDMOOR AUTO ACCIDENT 

SECOND WRECK VICTIM DIES 
LUCKY DRIVER _^ 

3 KILLED IN ALAMANCE WRECK 

GREENSBORO MAN DIES IN TUMAR COLLISION 
9 DIE IN WEEKEND TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS 
FLYING WHEEL KILLS DRIVER 

WOMAN FOUND DEAD BENEATH HER CAR 
URON^AYCHASEON 1-85 ENDS WITH FATAL CRASH 
TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS CLAIM LIVES OF 11 IN WEEKEND 
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7/05/1988 B 
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7/06/1988 C 
7/06/1988 C 
7/07/1988 B 
7/15/1988 A 
7/21/1988 B 
7/21/1988 B 
7/22/1988 A 
7/26/1988 B 
7/30/1988 B 
8/06/1988 C 
8/08/1988 B 
8/11/1988 C 
8/14/1988 B 
8/15/1988 B 
8/15/1988 A 
8/20/1988 C 
8/20/1988 C 
8/22/1988 B 
8/25/1988 C 
8/26/1988 C 
8/29/1988 A 
8/29/1988 C 
8/30/1988 A 
9/03/1988 B 
9/05/1988 B 
9/05/1988 A 
9/05/1988 A 
9/06/1988 B 
9/11/1988 B 
9/12/1988 B 
9/15/1988 A 
9/18/1988 B 
9/19/1988 B 
9/20/1988 C 
9/20/1988 C 
9/22/1988 B 
9/23/1988 C 
9/26/1988 C 
10/08/1988 A 
10/10/1988 D 
10/13/1988 B 
10/13/1988 B 
10/15/1988 C 
10/16/1988 B 
10/17/1988 B 
10/18/1988 C 
10/19/1988 C 
10/23/1988 B 
10/24/1988 C 
10/28/1988 C 
10/29/1988 A 
10/31/1988 C 
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11/22/1988 
11/24/1988 
11/28/1988 
12/01/1988 
12/03/1988 
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12/12/1988 B 
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12/19/1988 C 
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MAN DIES IN GRANVILLE CRASH 

FIVE PERSONS HURT, 12 CARS DAMAGED IN LOUISBURG ACCIDENT 
WARRENTON MAN DIES IN ACCIDENT; STATE'S HOLIDAY TOLL AT 15 
YOUNGSTER WHO LOST PARENTS, SISTER GETS LOVE FROM STRANGERS 
MRS. ANITA ZIMMERMAN, FROM AUTO ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CARRBORO 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CHAPEL HILL 
ACCIDENTS DWINDLING IN DURHAM 
ACCIDENTS DWINDLING IN DURHAM 

DURHAM WOMAN DIES „ 

WIDOW OF WRECK VICTIM SUES DRIVER OF CAR FOR DAMAGES 
MISSING ORANGE TEEN FOUND 
TWO MEN INJURED IN WRECK ON N.C. 54 

WRECK REDUCES TACO SHELLS TO 'CHIPS' _ , „ 

MAN HOSPITALIZED AFTER BEING PINNED IN CAR IN MONDAY WRECK 
WHEN CLAIMING A PRIZED ROAD KILL, SUCCESS CAN BE HIT AND MISS 
EFLAND MAN KILLED MONDAY IN U.S. 70 CAR-TRUCK CRASH 
MAN KILLED IN AUTO WRECK 

2 INJURED AS TRUCK CAREENS INTO ENO 
TRUCK, STALLED CAR COLLIDE; 3 HURT 
DEER CROSSING 

POLICE LOG/MEBANE MAN KILLED IN TUESDAY ACCIDENT 

4 STILL HOSPITALIZED AFTER HEAD-ON COLLISION 

WRECK VICTIM DIES SATURDAY AT NCMH 

CHILD DIES IN ORANGE CO. COLLISION 

3-YEAR-OLD GIRL KILLED IN WRECK 

POLICE LOG/OFFICER INJURED IN CHASE 

CHAPEL HILL MAN KILLED IN N.C. 86 HEAD-ON .WRECK 

APPEALS COURT ORDERS JURY TRIAL IN SUIT OVER INTERSTATE WRECK 

WRECK ON 1-40 

HIGH-SPEED CRASH KILLS MAN 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, U.S. 
SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION 
SEE ALSO SPEED LIMITS. 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, U.S. _ 

PARALYZED BOY'S PARENTS ASK RECALL OF SOME FORD CARS 

TWO TEENS DIE AS CAR CRASHES INTO SIDE OF TRUCK 

WOMAN FROM OXFORD AMONG FIVE PEOPLE KILLED IN ALA. CRASH 

15-YEAR-OLD DIES AFTER BEING HIT BY CAR 

GRAHAM MAN KILLED IN WRECK 

3 IN DURHAM FAMILY DIE IN WRECK 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, TRAINS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, TRAINS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO OPERATION LIFESAVER 

TRAIN KILLS DEAF MAN 

DURHAM HOLIDAY DWI ARRESTS LOW 

TRAINHWTO COLLISION m 

MAN ESCAPES SERIOUS INJURY IN ROXBORO CAR-TRAIN CRASH 

ACCIDENTS, BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE SAFETY 
SEE ALSO BICYCLES 

BIKE ACCIDENTS MORE COMMON THAN INDICATED, STUDY SHOWS 

BICYCLIST HURT 

BICYCLIST KILLED 

DURHAM MAN DIES AFTER FALL FROM BIKE 

BICYCLIST, 14, KILLED IN COLLISION WITH CAR 

MAN DIES IN BIKE WRECK 

COLLISION KILLS TEXAS BIKE RIDER „, „ MUli „„ _,,„, 

LIFE OF BRIGHT, ADVENTUROUS CYCLIST SNUFFED OUT IN DURHAM BY TRUCK 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN HURT WHEN BUS STRIKES BICYCLE 

POLICE LOG/BUS DRIVER CHARGED IN BICYCLE ACCIDENT 

BICYCLE RACER BRUCE JON MICKEY, GRADUATE OF DURHAM ACADEMY 

BICYCLIST KILLED FRIDAY ON RAIN-SLICK OLD 86 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



S 
E 
C -PG 



S 
S 

s 

H 
H 
H 
S 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

S 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

H 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

H 2 

CHH 1 

S 2 



12/21/1988 C 
12/22/1988 C 
12/26/1988 B 
12/29/1988 B 
12/31/1988 D 



1/08/1988 A 
1/08/1988 A 
2/10/1988 A 
3/12/1988 C 
4/19/1988 B 
6/01/1988 B 
6/01/1988 C 
6/14/1988 
6/20/1988 
6/28/1988 
8/02/1988 
8/09/1988 
8/09/1988 
8/24/1988 
9/14/1988 
9/25/1988 
9/26/1988 
10/19/1988 
10/20/1988 
11/24/1988 
12/03/1988 A 
12/07/1988 B 
12/19/1988 A 
12/20/1988 C 



1 
1 
1 
3 

10 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 

10 
1 
3 
3 
3 
1 
3 
3 
8 
3 
2 
2 
1 
4 



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N 
N 

N 
N 




N B53 
N K65 
N 
N 
N 

N 080 
N B53 
N R63 
U L41 
N R63 
N 

N R63 
N 080 
P L38 
N 

N H90 
N H90 
N R63 

N 
N 

N L40 
P T44 
N H70 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 



1/12/1988 B 
4/06/1988 C 
8/20/1988 C 
8/26/1988 C 
10/25/1988 C 
12/22/1988 A 



7 

4 

14 

12 

14 

1 



N 
N 
N 


N B53 



H 2 1/01/1988 B 1 N 

S 2 1/01/1988 A 1 N H70 

H 2 7/29/1988 C 1 P P S76 

H 1 10/21/1988 B 1 P N 



H 2 


3/22/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 2 


6/23/1988 B 


2 P P S73 


S 2 


7/06/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 2 


7/07/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 2 


7/12/1988 B 


10 


N 


S 2 


8/12/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 2 


8/13/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 2 


8/14/1988 B 


2 


N P38 


CHH 1 


9/02/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/03/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


9/11/1988 B 


2 





CHH 1 


9/11/1988 A 


1 


N R63 



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n H T H L Y / kjjj^l _ 1^X3 



BY SUBJECTS 



HSeSs a IguS ( i™e bike safety 

POLICE LOSWCYCLIST STOCK BY CAR 
BICYCLIST INJURES ON FAYETTEWILLE ST. 
POLICE LOG/BICYCLIST TREATED AFTER BEING HIT 

RTKE SAFETY EDITORIAL APPRECIATED 

PaJCELOG/MAN ON BICYCLE STRUCK BY CAR 

ta W%h"&*K, SHIPS 
l VVVF HMB fD 

si n wk™ 

CHARGES FOLLOW KOTORBOAT DEATH 
BOTYFOWDIN ROCKY MOUNT RESERVOIR 
COAST GUARD SEARCHING FOR SAILOR 

B^TlKsK^BOLLING BREAK IN SCHEDULE. RIGHT ARM 
RUNAWAY BOAT SLAHS INTO CAR 

ia W*k 1 mniEm, school buses 

SCHOOL BAND BUSES COLLIDE ON FLA. 
WHICH ADDICTION KILLS? 

S"rig S [«uo1y SrhaWsWes TOUR BUS 

PfflTTE L06/UWWN rtJRTW^ BUS STRIKES BICYCLE 
POLICE LOG/BUSDRMR CHARGED IN BICYCLE ACCIDENT 
PASSENGER GRABS WHEEL AS BUS DRIVER DIES 

ACCIDENTS, CARBON MONOXIDE 

^ {^Ell^SE OF KATH FOR 2 



BRIDGE 



MEN 



ACCIDENTS, CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO CHILD SAFETY 

^^ILL^&ER CIGARETTE LIGHTERS 
qTOANGLED BABY REVIVED BY POLICE OFFICER 
lABYINrora ACCIDENT LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION 
REVIVED CHILD IN CRITICAL CONDITION 
RALEIGH YOUNGSTER HURT IN SLEDDING ACCIDENT 
3SAMPS0N COUNTY BOYS DROWN IN ICY POND 
REVIVED INFANT DIES AT DUKE __ nm _ 

WktrswEm Rr«r 

MORE ATV RESTRICTIONS WILL HELP PROTECT LIVES 
BOY STRUCK BY CAR_ ^ ^^ 
CHILD INJURES FINGER AT SCHOOL 

2^YEArVd {^ACCIDENTALLY SHOT TO DEATH 
CHILD'S REATTACHED EAR INFECTED 

H R?cKSf BEING HIT BY C* 

KtA Wl-^ OSSRMBlEM BY RALEIGH ATTORNEY 

SNOW HILL GIpTkILLED TRYING TO CROSS ROAD 

INSTRUCTORS SAVE GIRL FROM DEATH IN >V POOL 

3-YEAR^OLD IN EXCELLENT CONDITION 

ANSON COUNTY CHILD DROWNS 

BUSSLIPS OUT OF GEAR, KILLS RALEIGH GIRL 

MANY HELPED HER DAUGHTER _ _ __ 

TWO BOYS TRAPPED IN OLD REFRIGERATOR DIE 

CHARGES POSSIBLE IN TWO SUFFOCATION DEATHS 



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



9/16/1988 
9/19/1988 
10/05/1988 
10/22/1988 
10/28/1988 
11/11/1988 
11/18/1988 



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



3/21/1988 B 
4/05/1988 B 
4/11/1988 B 
4/19/1988 B 
4/22/1988 A 
5/26/1988 A 
5/27/1988 C 
5/28/1988 C 
5/31/1988 A 
6/03/1988 B 
6/06/1988 B 
7/25/1988 B 
8/28/1988 C 
11/02/1988 A 



7 

8 

12 

17 

5 

6 

8 

10 

8 

5 

5 

11 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
> N C49 
N 



H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 



4/06/1988 C 
5/20/1988 A 
7/22/1988 C 
8/23/1988 B 
9/02/1988 A 
9/03/1988 A 
9/12/1988 B 



2 
4 
2 

13 
3 
3 
1 



N 

L 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



H 2 6/22/1988 B 8 N 



H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


3 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/08/1988 A 

1/11/1988 B 

1/11/1988 C 

1/12/1988 B 

1/13/1988 A 

1/18/1988 

1/18/1988 

1/27/1988 

1/30/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/04/1988 

2/11/1988 

2/18/1988 

3/15/1988 

3/16/1988 

3/16/1988 

3/18/1988 

3/30/1988 

4/02/1988 

4/02/1988 

4/21/1988 

4/23/1988 

4/26/1988 B 

4/26/1988 B 

5/03/1988 A 

5/27/1988 C 

5/28/1988 B 



A 

c 

c 

A 
A 
A 
C 

A 

c 

c 

A 
A 
C 
C 

c 

A 

C 



9 
1 

1 

5 
14 

1 

4 

6 
10 

4 
11 

1 
20 

8 

2 

4 
10 

2 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 



N 

E 

N 

N 



1 P N P38 



N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



TWO CHILDREN DIE IN AUTO ACCIDENT 

CAR HITS, KILLS BOY 

DEATH SHOULD SPARK ACTION 

DUKE DOCTORS REATTACH 10-YEAR-OLD'S FINGERS 

BODY OF 2-YEAR-OLD FOUND 

CHILD SHOT, KILLED BY BROTHER 

12-YEAR-OLD KEEPS HIS HEAD AFTER BIG FEET BRING TROUBLE 

BOY SWEPT UNDERGROUND SAYS HE FEARED FOR HIS LIFE 

1-YEAR-OLD RALEIGH CHILD DROWNS IN SUITING POOL 

LAWN MOWER SEVERS 2-YEAR-OLD 'S LEG 

GIRL INJURED ON PLAYGROUND SUES CHAPEL HILL 

BOY WHO RAN FOR HELP HAY HAVE SAVED LIFE OF DROWNING PLAYMATE 

INSTINCT MAKES BOY HERO 

CHILD STRUCK BY CAR 

GIRL STRUCK BY CAR DIES 

BOY, 6, HIT BY CAR, CRITICALLY INJURED 

6-YEAR-OLD HIT BY CAR NOW IN FAIR CONDITION 

CHILD APPARENTLY DROWNS IN BATHTUB OF DURHAM HOME 

DROWNING PROBED 

19-M0NTH-0LD DROWNS IN BACKYARD POOL 

POLICE LOG/CHILD ESCAPES INJURY 

GIRL'S RECOVERY REMARKABLE 

WALL FALLS ON STUDENT 

CHILD BURNED IN KITCHEN ACCIDENT 

INFANT UNHARMED IN THREE-STORY TUMBLE 

MOTHER CHARGED AFTER BOY DIES IN FALL OF CAR HOOD 

2-YEAR-OLD BOY KILLED BY TRUCK; MOTHER HURT ATTEMPTING TO SAVE HIM 

5-YEAR-OLD KILLED PLAYING WITH PISTOL 

GRENADE EXPLOSION INJURES 6-YEAR-OLD IN BURKE COUNTY 

GIRL, AGE 2, KILLED BY CAR 

ACCIDENTS, CHOKING 

SEE ALSO CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION 
SEE ALSO HEIMLICH MANEUVER 
SEE ALSO STRANGULATIONS 

BABY IN CRIB ACCIDENT LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

REVIVED CHILD IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

TEACHER SAVES YOUNGSTER WHO WAS CHOKING 

ORAL HYGIENE GOES TOO FAR FOR 4 PEOPLE 

ACCIDENTS, CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, INDUSTRIAL 
WORKER ELECTROCUTED AT MARINE AIR STATION 
TWO WORKERS KILLED IN CARY 

CONSTRUCTION FIRM QUIET ON CAUSE OF WORKERS' DEATHS 
MAN DIES IN FALL AT RALEIGH HOTEL 
CONSTRUCTION WORKER HURT 
WORKER PINNED UNDER MACHINE 

CONDITION IMPROVES FOR MAN INJURED WHEN MACHINE FLIPPED 
WORKER FALLS INTO HOLE AT MITSUBISHI 
WORKER CRITICALLY INJURED WHEN STEEL BANDS HIT HIM 
WORKER HURT IN FALL 
JURY AWARDS INJURED MAN $800,000 
COLISEUM SCOREBOARD CRASHES, SHATTERS 

♦1.2 MILLION SCOREBOARD CRASHES TO FLOOR IN CHARLOTTE'S COLISEUM 
SCOREBOARD'S MAKERS TO REPLACE IT 
PIPE KILLS WORKER 
OFFICIALS TO IMPROVE SCOREBOARD 
POLICE LOG/FALLING DEBRIS DAMAGES CAR 
WORKER HURT IN FALL AT CHARLOTTE HOTEL 
DUMP TRUCK KILLS WORKER NEAR RTP 
ONE KILLED IN CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT 
WORKER HURT IN HOTEL FALL 

ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, DURHAM 

DROWNING GIRL, AGE 3, SAVED AT Y 

3-YEAR-OLD IN EXCELLENT CONDITION 

CHILD APPARENTLY DROWNS IN BATHTUB OF DURHAM HOME 

DROWNING PROBED 

NO CHARGES TO BE FILED IN DROWNING 



N 
P 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

S 2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



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



H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 

CHH 1 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 



5/28/1988 C 
5/28/1988 C 
5/28/1988 A 
5/31/1988 B 
6/01/1988 B 
6/29/1988 B 
7/14/1988 B 
7/15/1988 C 
7/23/1988 C 
7/25/1988 B 
7/28/1988 A 
8/03/1988 A 
8/08/1988 A 
8/18/1988 B 
8/18/1988 A 
8/23/1988 B 
8/24/1988 B 
8/25/1988 C 
8/26/1988 
10/06/1988 
10/13/1988 
10/17/1988 
10/20/1988 
10/21/1988 
10/24/1988 
11/03/1988 
12/01/1988 
12/14/1988 
12/16/1988 
12/19/1988 





T35 

E 

N 

N 

N 

1 P N J40 
4 N 
6 

1 N 

2 N H90 
1 P N B81 
4 E 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N H65 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N H90 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



S 2 1/11/1988 C 1 N 

H 2 1/12/1988 B 5 N 

H 1 2/27/1988 C 1 N 

S 2 3/07/1988 A 4 E 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



2/12/1988 B 

2/17/1988 A 

2/19/1988 B 

3/08/1988 B 

4/26/1988 A 

4/27/1988 C 

4/27/1988 C 

5/20/1988 C 

7/20/1988 B 

8/01/1988 C 

8/03/1988 B 

8/12/1988 A 

8/13/1988 A 

8/15/1988 C 

8/17/1988 B 

8/19/1988 C 

10/05/1988 A 

10/27/1988 B 

11/15/1988 B 

12/07/1988 B 

12/20/1988 A 



4/22/1988 C 
4/23/1988 C 
8/25/1988 C 
8/26/1988 C 
9/12/1988 C 



N 

N 

N 

N 

P T32 

P T32 

N 

N 

N S76 

P T37 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



N 

N 



N 
N 
N 

N H65 

N H65 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
- 12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



NO CHARGES IN CHILD'S DROWNING IN BATHTUB 
ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, N.C. 

'siLER OTY^OMM© D JPUNgj RIMER 
3 SAMPSON COUNTY BOYS BROWIN ICY K^' .„. T ~ 
TW&tT SAMPSON BOYS DROWN AFTER FAalNG THROUGH ICE 
uS^CTRCCUTED AT MARINE AIR STATION 

ffl$M iStes ROXKRO COACH DSOWNEB 
MANIN H»T FALLS, DROWNS IN POND 

^as/guM KMs^as SEA CLAIMS SAILOR 
S aSy^i^She, may have been factor in droming 
durham man drowns at lake 
Durham man drowns in fallslake 

Mg^tK^™ H accident ON NEUSE river 

FAMILY MBftTTW ^I^ IDENTIFIED 

WINDS, WAVES AGAIN HAMPER SEARCH 

CHARGES FOLLOW rtOTORBOAT DEATH 

RHDY OF 2-YEAR-OLD FOUND 

BODY HUB IN ROCKY MOUNT |£SERVOIR 

TEEN APPARENTLY BROWNS N WEST RALEIGH POOL 

fc^ffSiS I SWIPING POOL 
MAN FOUND DEAD INRIWER IDENTIFIED 
HENDERSON WOMAN DROWNS AT BEACH 

|g T IN%E T ™f0F CAF^ MAN 
WAYNE THOMAS YARBOROUGH, 38, DR0W6 
ONE BOY DROWNS, BROTHER MISSING 
BROTHERS DROWN AT CAROLINA BEACH 
HENDERSON MAN DROWNS IN KERR LAKE 
MIGRANT WORKER DROWNS . , ^ 

£$^MF8lS &S IN SWIPING POOL 

gffiM S IN BACKYARD POOL 
BODYOf MISSING DUFJ^M MAN FOUND 
2 TEENS DROWN IN CAR ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENTS, ELECTRICAL 

SEE ALSO ELECTRIC SHOCK ___ 

YOUNGSVILLE MAN FATALLY SHOCKED 
'JAKEELECTRIC LINEMAN KILLED 
RI1XY CTAMBERS, 32, ELECTROCUTED IN PLANT 
S QECTROCUTED AT MARINE «* STATION 
TUOt£sTONIA MEN ELECTROCUTED AT TEXTILE CHEMICAL PLANT 
l TNrn NTON MANDIES IN INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT 
^KmSELECTRIC LINE; ITS OPERATOR DIES 
ELECTRIClS KILLED IN WARRENTON PLANT 

1» ^SlflSoraDITION ^^ 

^s^B^^Ri^wMmm electric shock 

UTILITY WORKER ELECTROCUTED IN ANSON 

SAFETY EXPERTS: 'DON'T MESS WITH ELECTRICITY' 

NORTH CAROLINA MAN ELECTROCUTED IN MB. 

ACCIDENTS, EXPLOSIONS 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE m 
SEE ALSO GASOLI« EXPLOSIONS 
SEE ALSO NATURAL GAS ^. a __ 

MAN BURNED WHEN BARREL EXPLODES 

WINSTW-SALEM RESTAURANT EXPLODES 



S 
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H 2 9/13/1988 B 10 N 



H 
H 
S 
H 

H 
S 
H 
H 

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



CHH 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 



1/15/1988 C 5 P 

1/17/1988 B 1 

1/18/1988 A 1 

1/19/1988 B 8 

2/12/1988 B 8 

3/14/1988 C 1 

3/15/1988 C 8 P 

3/15/1988 C 10 

3/25/1988 B 11 

4/11/1988 B 7 

4/26/1988 B 4 

4/28/1988 B 1 

5/09/1988 A 3 

5/10/1988 C 6 

5/21/1988 A 12 

5/26/1988 A 17 

5/27/1988 C 5 
5/28/1988 C 6 
5/31/1988 A 8 
6/01/1988 B 8 

6/03/1988 B 10 
6/07/1988 B 9 
6/10/1988 C 4 
6/17/1988 A 3 

6/20/1988 B 12 
6/22/1988 B 8 
6/29/1988 B 9 
6/30/1988 B 2 
7/01/1988 A 1 
7/03/1988 C 2 
7/08/1988 C 2 
7/10/1988 C 5 
7/11/1988 A 8 
7/12/1988 B 9 
7/15/1988 A 10 
7/23/1988 C 6 
8/23/1988 C 6 
10/06/1988 C 8 
10/08/1988 C 14 
11/09/1988 C 10 



N 
N 
N 
N 

N 

N B53 

N M51 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M51 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M70 



N 



N 

N S63 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



N 

N 

N 

N 



1/28/1988 
1/29/1988 
2/06/1988 
2/12/1988 
4/28/1988 
6/10/1988 
7/07/1988 
7/09/1988 
7/09/1988 - 
7/09/1988 C 
7/30/1988 B 
8/19/1988 A 
10/01/1988 B 
10/27/1988 D 
12/12/1988 C 
12/24/1988 C 



A 
B 
B 
B 
C 

c 

B 

A 

c 



1 

e 

6 
S 
6 
1 
2 

8 
1 
2 

10 
1 
6 

11 

1 

12 



N B53 

N 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
' N C47 

N 

N 
P N B53 

N 



H 2 1/08/1988 B 4 
S 2 1/18/1988 A 2 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



N 

P 

WINSTON-SALEM HOTEL DAMAGED BY EXPLOSION -H 

CAFETERIA DESTROYED BY EXPLOSION H 

MEMORIES OF GREENVILLE APARTMENT BLAST STILL VIVID H 

WASH EXPLODES, 2 MEN FLEE LAUNDROMAT S 

GAS-SOAKED CLOTHING GETS LOUD RINSE H 

MOTOR HOME CATCHES FIRE M „ | 

CHLORINE SPILL HOSPITALIZES 8 AT N.C. PLANT S 

ONE WORKER DIES OF INJURIES FROM ACCIDENT AT PULP MILL H 

HOUSE DAMAGED AS GRILL EXPLODES H 

REACTIONS TO EXPLOSION MAY BE PROPAGANDA S 

BADLY BURNED YOUTH AWARDED *9.6 MILLION S 

EYEWITNESS TO 1942 SELMA EXPLOSION THANKFUL TO BE ALIVE S 

TIRE EXPLODES, KNOCKING OFF FIREMEN'S HELMETS S 

MCDOWELL EXPLOSION DOES *10,000 DAMAGE TO HOMES S 

11 INJURED IN N.C. PLANT EXPLOSION S 

11 INJURED BY EXPLOSION IN HENDERSONVILLE H 

EXPLOSION DAMAGE H 

NINE PEOPLE INJURED IN CALDWELL ACCIDENT H 

6E TEAM TO INVESTIGATE HENDERSONVILLE BLAST S 

HYDROELECTRIC PLANT HIT BY BLAST AND FIRE H 

EXPLOSION OF HEATER INJURES THREE PERSONS H 

TWO TEENS BURNED IN EXPLOSION H 

SAFETY BOARD BLAMES GAS COMPANY FOR EXPLOSION THAT DESTROYED CAFETERIA H 
SUITS FILED IN JAN. 18 EXPLOSION ____ H 

EXPLOSION IN DURHAM INJURES 1; BLOCK IN GARRETT FARMS EVACUATED AFTER... H 

GTE WORKER BURNED SERIOUSLY IN GAS EXPLOSION S 

ACCIDENTS, FALLS . . 

N.C. MAILMAN RESCUES ELDERLY PERSON IN SNOW S 2 

EX-STUDENT, FAMILY SUE UNC FRATERNITY H 2 

MAN INJURED BY FALLING TREE LIMB H 2 

KINSTON MAN KILLED BY FALLING TREE _ rmL ^ nm . S I 

FALLS MAY CAUSE ELDERLY PEOPLE TO LOSE CONFIDENCE, INDEPENDENCE S 2 

UNC STUDENT KILLED BY FALL H 2 

STUDENT'S DEATH IN FALL STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION H 2 

ECU STUDENT INJURED IN FALL S 2 

HALLUCINOGEN MAY BE LINKED TO UNC STUDENT'S FATAL FALL H 2 

AUTOPSY REVEALS BRAIN INJURIES IN 10-YEAR-OLD S 2 

TWO PEOPLE SWEPT DOWN STREAM AT HANGING ROCK PARK H 2 

TWO INJURED IN FALL FROM FERRIS WHEEL H 2 

WORKER FALLS INTO HOLE AT MITSUBISHI H 2 

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE DIES AFTER PLUNGE DOWN WATERFALL H 2 

NO PLANS FOR GUARDRAIL AFTER SECOND FATAL FALL H 2 

MANTEY AUTOPSY FINDS NO DRUGS CHH 1 

UNC STUDENT'S DEATH ACCIDENTAL S 2 

MANTEY DEATH RULED ACCIDENTAL CHH 1 

UNCHOREOGRAPHED DESCENT H 2 

POLICE LOG/GRANVILLE DEATH RULED ACCIDENTAL CHH 1 

MAN JUMPS FROM STALLED CHAIRLIFT H 2 

MRS. BRENDA ARMSTRONG, IN FALL H 2 

COLISEUM SCOREBOARD CRASHES, SHATTERS __ „,,, S 2 

♦1,2 MILLION SCOREBOARD CRASHES TO FLOOR IN CHARLOTTE'S COLISEUM H 2 

SCOREBOARD'S MAKERS TO REPLACE IT S 2 

OFFICIALS TO IMPROVE SCOREBOARD „,„ S 2 

14 SINGERS INJURED AS RISERS COLLAPSE UNDER CHURCH CHOIR H 2 

MAN HURT IN FALL AT MOREHEAD CHH 1 

2 WOMEN DIE IN BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY FALLS S 2 

TWO WOMEN KILLED AND MAN INJURED IN FALL AT OVERLOOK H 2 

PARKWAY VICTIMS NAMED . „ „ AU S 2 

FATAL ACCIDENTS ON PARKWAY EXTREMELY RARE, OFFICIALS SAY H 2 

INFANT UNHARMED IN THREE-STORY TUMBLE CHH 1 

PARKWAY VICTIM'S HUSBAND HELD IN TWO DEATHS H 2 

GIBBS SAYS BROTHER NOT A MURDERER S 2 

WORKER INJURED IN FALL AT MILL H 2 

WORKER HURT IN FALL AT CHARLOTTE HOTEL H 2 

MURDER CHARGE MAKES DEATH HARDER TO TAKE FOR FRIENDS OF VICTIM H 2 

MANY MAINTAIN MAN'S INNOCENCE IN PARKWAY OVERLOOK DEATHS H 2 

GIBBS INDICTED IN PARKWAY DEATHS § 2 

S.C. WORKER, 30, KILLED IN CABLE TV TOWER FALL H 2 

WORKER HURT IN HOTEL FALL S 2 



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



1/19/1988 B 
1/19/1988 B 
3/02/1988 A 
4/05/1988 
4/06/1988 
5/09/1988 
5/17/1988 
5/19/1988 
6/07/1988 
6/07/1988 
6/10/1988 _ 
7/02/1988 B 
7/06/1988 C 
7/09/1988 C 
7/13/1988 A 
7/14/1988 A 
7/14/1988 B 
7/15/1988 A 
7/15/1988 A 
7/20/1988 B 
10/02/1988 B 
10/18/1988 C 
10/27/1988 B 
10/29/1988 C 
11/16/1988 A 
11/16/1988 C 



6 
1 

10 
1 
5 
3 
1 

20 
1 
4 
6 
8 
1 
2 

2 
16 
3 
11 
8 
4 
1 
6 
7 
6 
1 
1 



1/12/1988 
1/16/1988 
1/28/1988 
3/11/1988 
3/23/1988 
3/28/1988 
3/29/1988 
4/02/1988 
4/12/1988 B 
4/26/1988 B 
5/19/1988 D 
5/20/1988 A 
5/20/1988 C 
6/01/1988 B 
6/03/1988 B 
7/07/1988 A 
7/08/1988 A 
7/09/1988 A 
7/14/1988 A 
7/15/1988 A 
8/10/1988 B 
8/12/1988 B 
8/12/1988 A 
8/13/1988 
8/15/1988 
8/19/1988 
9/19/1988 
10/14/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/19/1988 
10/19/1988 
10/20/1988 
10/24/1988 
10/25/1988 
10/26/1988 
10/27/1988 B 
10/27/1988 B 
10/29/1988 A 
10/30/1988 B 
11/10/1988 C 
11/16/1988 C 
12/20/1988 A 



N 

P P 

N 066 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 
PP T32 

E 

N 
P N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
P P 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
P N M51 
P N K30 



N 

N W27 

N 

N 

U 

N 080 

N 080 

N 

N BIO 

N S92 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M25 

N H02 

N M25 

L 

N 

N 



N 

1 P N 
3 N 

5 N 
1 N 

1 P N S17 
1 N 
18 P N 

6 N 
N 

N H90 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



11 
3 
1 
1 
6 
8 

10 
3 
8 
2 
2 



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T 
Y 

P BYL 



ACCIDENTS, FARMING «„_- 

^J 1^cSraEl'»&«IT ON CHAPEL HILL DAIRY FARM 
JACK L. CATES IN ACCIDENT ON CANE CREEK DAIRY FARM 

Z fS&Tted'to ™k™*™ m 

FARM ACCIDENTS OCCUR IN WINTER 

^SeT^dK^IeDEPT., FIRE TRUCKS 
SEE ALSO FIRE ENGINES 
FIRE CHIEF SUFFERS INJURIES 
BETHCTA FIRE CHIEF HURT IN WRECK 

ACCIDENTS, FIRES 
SEE ARSON, N.C. 
SEE FIRES, DURHAM 
SEE FIRES, N.C. 

ACCIDENTS, GUNS 

SEE ACCIDENTS, HUNTING, N.C. 
SEE ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 
SEE CHILDREN, GUNS 

ACCIDENTS, HAUJDUEEN 

^HALt&^PR^Ws ** SHOT 
PRANK LEADS TO TRAGEDY „„„_ 
PRAYERS, NOT LECTURES, COVETED 

ACCIDENTS, HELICOPTERS 

H I W^SI ™lK FAT. TRAINING ACCIKNT 
?0 UVS. SOLDI^S INJURS IN COPTER CRASH IN HONDURAS 

T&ffi'ffl S8Si85s!?fflf u^Pw Si 18 in gulf 

ESnffTOLD HIS FMfflJT HEUftS DOING WHAT HE WANTED TO DO 
NWyInRa^ F^RINEs! N.C. FAMILIES STILL HAVE KFE 
MARINES DECLARE TWO MISSTNG PILOTS DEAD 
ARMY HELICOPTER CRASH LANDS IN CHARLOTTE 

^^NKT^KlEL™ JES^UREtKAGE OF HELICOPTER 

mmres if 2 Sra&ccoRPS pilots return today 

«yfl HRruniBM «« « «. » 

KcWTCK BOLLS OUB«T HiMG, INJURES SOLDIES 

STUDY OF CRASH BEGINS 

450 ATTEND SERVICE FOR SOLDIERS 

ACCIDENTS, HUNTIM, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 
SEE ALSO HUNTING SAFETY 

16-YEAR-OLD HUNTER KILLED 

A THANKSGIVING TRAGEDY 

^sF^'SfoW^AF^^ HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 

^^SmS^mnm kills 23-yok-old man 



2/25/1988 C 

2/25/1988 A 

5/25/1988 A 

11/12/1988 D 

12/30/1988 B 



4 

10 

10 

5 

2 



S 2 6/21/1988 A 5 N 
H 2 6/22/1988 B 9 N M51 



H 2 11/02/1988 B 1 N 
H 2 11/03/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 11/09/1988 A 4 L 



S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/02/1988 
1/29/1988 
3/04/1988 
3/18/1988 
3/22/1988 
3/23/1988 
3/26/1988 
4/20/1988 
4/20/1988 
4/21/1988 
4/21/1988 
4/30/1988 
5/14/1988 
5/16/1988 
5/16/1988 
5/24/1988 
6/29/1988 
7/23/1988 
7/30/1988 
9/11/1988 B 
10/12/1988 B 
10/27/1988 C 
12/10/1988 B 
12/12/1988 B 
12/14/1988 C 



C 

c 

A 
A 

B 
B 

C 

A 

c 

D 

C 

c 
c 

A 
A 
B 

B 
A 
A 



2 N 

1 N 

11 N 

15 N 

5 N 

9 N 

1 P N 

1 N 

11 N 

10 P N 



N 
6 N 

2 N 

3 N 

2 N 

6 N 

7 N 

3 P N B21 
3 P N B21 



6 

9 
4 

C 
J 

14 
12 



2 10/22/1988 C 1 
2 12/13/1988 A 4 



H 2 4/02/1988 C 2 N 



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MIXTURE FROM BLEACHING TOWER INJURES NINE AT CRAVEN PULP MILL 

ONE WORKER DIES OF INJURIES FROM ACCIDENT AT FULP MILL 

LINCOLNTON MAN DIES IN INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT 

ELECTRICIAN KILLED IN WARRENTON PLANT 

MAN KILLED AT JORDAN'S MILL 

LABOR DEPARTMENT INVESTIGATING DEATH 

WORKER INJURED IN FALL AT MILL 

ACCIDENTS, JETS, INTERNATIONAL (MILITARY JETS) 
NO N.C. PLANS TO GROUND AIR SHOWS 
AIR SHOWS ARE TOO RISKY 
SEYMOUR JOHNSON SHOWS WILL NOT BE CANCELED 

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

MARINE PLANE CRASHES; SEARCH STARTED FOR PILOT 

MARINE JET CRASHES; PILOT MISSING 

SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MISSING PILOT OF MARINE HARRIER 

NAVY A-4 FIGHTER CRASHES ON BOMBING RANGE 

NAVY CONFIRMS DEATH OF PILOT IN JET CRASH 

HARRIER JET CRASHES, KILLING MARINE PILOT 

F-16 HITS RADIO TOWER AND CRASHES 

F-14 CRASHES IN ATLANTIC; 1 KILLED; SEARCH SUSPENDED 

REPORT: PILOT OF CRASHED F-16 WAS WARNED 

ACCIDENTS, JETS, U.S. (MILITARY JETS) 
SEE ALSO HARRIER JETS 
MARINE HARRIER CRASHES 

ACCIDENTS, LIGHTNING 
SEE ALSO LIGHTNING 
LIGHTNING STRIKE 

AFTERMATH OF A SWIFT SPRING STORM 
DURHAM SIDESTEPS MAJOR STORM DAMAGE 
FALLING LIMB KILLS WOMAN 
WEATHER FATALITY 
1987 LIGHTNING DEATHS A RECORD 
STORM WHIPS N.C; LIGHTNING, WIND CAUSE 2 DEATHS 
STORM ZAPS POWER, TEASES AREA WITH SCATTERED RAIN 
WOMAN HURT BY LIGHTNING 
2 FAIR BLUFF MEN SURVIVE LIGHTNING 
LIGHTNING INJURES THREE BOY SCOUTS 
BOY SCOUT STRUCK BY LIGHTNING IS OUT OF HOSPITAL 
LIGHTNING SUSPECTED . ,. ,„ 

N.C. IS SECOND ONLY TO FLORIDA IN NUMBER OF LIGHTNING FATALITIES 
FIRE GUTS SECOND FLOOR OF NEW HOPE DRIVE HOME 
LIGHTNING KILLS MIGRANT WORKER 

ACCIDENTS, MILITARY 

N.C. MARINE KILLED ON PATROL IN PANAMA 
CAMP LEJEUNE MARINE FATALLY INJURED IN ACCIDENT ON SHIP 
FORT BRAGG SOLDIER KILLED IN TRAINING EXERCISE 
FAMILY QUESTIONS ARMY'S HANDLING OF DEATH 

ACCIDENTS, MOTORCYCLE 

SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLE DEATHS 
MOTORCYCLISTS CHARGED AFTER CHASE 
MOTORCYCLIST HOSPITALIZED AFTER STRIKING AUTO 
MOTORCYCLE RIDER KILLED IN COLLISION WITH PICKUP 
MOTORCYCLE RIDER CRITICALLY INJURED 
BOY, 12, DIES AFTER MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT 
DIRT BIKE MISHAP VICTIM'S CONDITION REMAINS CRITICAL 
DIRTBIKE ACCIDENT VICTIM DIES 
MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT KILLS ROXBORO MAN 
MOTORCYCLE FATALITY 

CHAPEL HILL MAN DIES IN WRECK ON MOTORCYCLE 
♦500,000 RESTITUTION IN DEATH OVERTURNED 



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

2 5/18/1988 B 3 N 

2 5/19/1988 A 20 N 

2 6/10/1988 C 4 N 

2 7/09/1988 A 8 N 

2 8/14/1988 B 5 N 

2 9/03/1988 C 2 N 

2 10/27/1988 B 6 N 



S 2 8/30/1988 C 2 N 
H 2 8/31/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 8/31/1988 C 3 N 



H 


2 


3/02/1988 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 


3/02/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


3/03/1988 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


6/22/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


6/23/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/03/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 


9/13/1988 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 10/01/1988 A 


1 


N 



H 2 2/13/1988 C 14 N 



H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

S 



5/06/1988 C 
5/18/1988 A 
5/18/1988 C 
5/25/1988 B 
5/25/1988 B 
6/14/1988 A 
6/27/1988 B 
7/11/1988 C 
7/12/1988 B 
7/14/1988 B 
7/17/1988 B 
7/19/1988 A 
7/28/1988 C 
8/05/1988 C 
8/11/1988 A 
8/12/1988 A 



P S73 

P T32 

N B85 

N 

P 

N 

N 

N H02 

N 

N 

N 

N 

P 

N 

N R63 

N 



T32 



S 2 4/12/1988 A 

H 2 4/14/1988 C 

H 2 5/11/1988 B 

S 2 10/01/1988 B 



1 N 

6 N 

10 N 

8 N 



2 1/23/1988 C 5 N 

2 2/29/1988 B 9 N 

2 3/24/1988 A 14 

2 3/28/1988 C 4 N 

2 3/29/1988 A 6 N 

2 3/30/1988 C 4 N 

2 3/31/1988 D 6 

2 4/18/1988 C 4 N 

2 5/16/1988 C 1 N 

2 5/16/1988 C 2 N 080 

2 5/18/1988 C 14 N R53 



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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



MnTfSTYCLE DRIVER IS KILLED IN ACCIDENT NEAR BURLINGTON 
MOTORCYCLIST KILLED IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 
ACTOR'S^IDENTSHOWS HELMET LAWS NEEDED 

ffilD^ fS» KSKY AND OFTEN EXPENSIVE 
MOTORCYCLIST WRECKS IN CHASE 

^sfM^S, N.C m S&, ACCIKNTS 
SEE NUCLEAR PLANTS, U.S., ACCIDENTS 

ACCIDENTS, PAPJ*CHUTES 
SEE ALSO PARACHUTES 

^fER^ffl^ARACHUTE ACCIDENT 
FORT BRAGG PARATROOPER DIES IN TRAINING 
JUMPER DIES WITHOUT 'CHUTE 
Iff pWpIIWStcoS™ FRANKLIN SKYDIVING ACCIDENT 

^SSM^SlS^TIHE HE FORGOT PARACHUTE 
F^ S S^>A^SsTS^PILOT a IN^^ PLANE CRASH 
SOLDIER DIES OF INJURIES FROM PARACHUTE JUMP 

?»&«£« "" 
KsffiM^ BWPWf p 

CATAWBA MAN R£S£UES UNCONSCIOUS SKY DIVER 
MISSING MARINE FOUND DEAD 

SE A ^ KkR&TS, STOMACJ| 
A KIND ACT WARMS HEARTS, STOMACHS 

fi%MS ^^f^flSl *RE HURT IN BUS ACCIDENT 
l4KaRTmLt^OREVIEW RECORDS OF TEEN BUS DRIVERS 
rerure r£ CARCHARGED IN SCHOOL BUS ACCIDENT 
WT^SC^BUSSTRUCK BY TRAIN IN WILSON COUNTY 

fSR^LD K%K CAROLINAS BANNED AFTER MARCH 

l R &fM;GH? T ^VE^E»pr lf JANITOR 

MORE TIME NEEDED TO GET ADULT DRIVERS 
^raiifif MIXED TO ROSE'S PLAN ON BUS DRIVERS 
MARTYr STATE WILL ABIDE BY SCHOOL BUS RULING ^ 
CHARLOTTE SCHOOLS COMBINED BUS DRIVER, TEACHER AIDE JOBS 
SCHOOL BUS HIT IN ORANGE COUNTY 

|H IBNUia Abuses collide 

K^^SO^^^K^T 

K^ KI^OR ACTIONS *TER ACCIIOT 

SCHOOL BUS, CAR COLLIDE ON U.S. 158 

TRUOTSTOKES SCHMUUSi 8 INJURED 

BUS-TRUCK CRASH INJURES 11 PEOPLE 

GROUP WANTS OLD SCHOOL BUSES REPLACED 

STATE MAY REQUEST MONEY TO REPLACE OVER 2,500 BUSES 

Wfi-REHj\cO£NT FUNDS SHOULD BE TOP PRIORITY 

CAR HITSBUS FROM BRAGTOWN SCHOOL; 11 HURT 



N 
P 

H 

H 
S 
H 
S 
H 



S 
E 
-DATE — C -PG 



6/12/1983 C 
8/20/1988 C 
12/09/1988 A 
12/21/1988 A 
12/22/1988 A 
12/29/1988 C 



14 
4 
4 
4 
3 



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L Y 
L P BYL 



E 
E 
L 
N 



S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 



3/09/1988 A 
3/10/1988 B 
4/03/1988 B 
4/04/1988 C 
4/05/1988 C 
4/06/1988 C 
4/09/1988 B 
4/11/1988 B 
4/15/1983 C 
5/11/1988 A 
5/27/1988 C 
9/25/1988 B 
9/26/1988 B 
9/28/1988 C 
10/01/1988 B 
10/20/1988 B 
11/03/1988 C 



2 
2 

1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
4 
11 

r 
J 

1 

4 

o 

8 
4 
8 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

s 

H 



1/08/1988 A 
1/08/1988 A 
1/22/1988 A 
1/30/1988 A 
2/01/1988 B 
2/02/1988 C 
2/13/1988 B 
2/23/1988 B 
2/26/1988 A 
2/26/1988 A 
2/26/1988 B 
2/26/1988 A 
2/27/1988 
2/27/1988 
2/29/1988 
3/01/1988 
3/01/1988 
3/02/1988 
3/05/1988 
3/12/1988 
3/18/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/23/1988 
4/23/1988 
4/26/1988 B 
5/05/1988 B 
5/10/1988 C 
5/11/1988 B 
5/19/1988 B 
5/26/1988 
5/27/1988 
5/29/1988 
6/02/1988 
6/06/1988 



A 
A 
B 
A 
B 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 



N BIO 
N M10 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

16 N 
1 P N 
1 N 
5 N 
1 N S92 
1 P N 
4 E 
1 N 
4 E 
16 P N 
12 N 
14 N 



3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
7 
1 
6 
18 



1 P N 



N 

N A54 
N 
N 

N W27 
N 

N 080 
N 
N 



2 
11 
7 
1 
4 



N 

N 
N 

N M06 
E 



6/10/1988 A 1 P N P38 



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12/31/1988 



SCHOOL-BUS WRECK LEAVES WOMAN STABLE 

CHARGES FILED IN AUTO, BUS WRECK 

FIRM ADMITS NEGLIGENCE IN BUS CRASH 

5 KILLED IN 1987-88 SCHOOL BUS WRECKS 

SCHOOL BUS WRECK; 22 JORDAN HIGH STUDENTS ESCAPE INJURY; 

SCHOOL BUS, TWO CARS IN WRECK 

SCHOOL BUS WRECKS 

SCHOOL BUS DAMAGED 

ACCIDENTS, SHIPS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BOATS 

SEE ALSO SHIPS 

SEE ALSO SHIPWRECKS 
3 SAILORS LOST, 22 INJURED, AS DAMAGED SUB REMAINS AFLOAT 
BATTERY MAY HAVE CAUSED SUBMARINE FIRE 
N.C. FAMILY AWAITS WORD ON SEARCH FOR MISSING SAILOR 
BODIES OF N.C. SAILOR, 2 OTHERS FOUND IN SUBMARINE WRECKAGE 
BODY OF TAR HEEL SAILOR RECOVERED FROM BONEFISH 
LINDGREN REMEMBERED BY FRIENDS, FAMILY 
SUBMARINE SAILOR BURIED NEAR BREVARD 

ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, HUNTING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, GUNS 
SEE ALSO SHOOTINGS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO SHOOTINGS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SHOOTINGS, U.S. 

MAN CRITICAL AFTER ACCIDENTAL SHOT 

SHOOTING VICTIM'S CONDITION 'SERIOUS' 

STUDENTS AT THOMASVILLE SCHOOL MOURNING AGAIN 

DURHAM DRIVING INSTRUCTOR SLAIN 

DURHAM HIGH BASEBALL COACH ACCIDENTALLY SHOT TO DEATH 

DEPUTIES SAY FATAL SHOOTING ACCIDENTAL 

18-YEAR-OLD GRAHAM MAN ACCIDENTAL SHOTING VICTIM 

PERSON COUNTY MAN ACCIDENTALLY SHOT 

ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING REPORTED IN PERSON 

2-YEAR-OLD IS ACCIDENTALLY SHOT TO DEATH 

GUNDS DO KILL PEOPLE 

ROLESVILLE TEEN SHOT IN HEAD 

STAGER'S BOND SET AT $250,000 IN SHOOTING DEATH OF HUSBAND 

HENDERSON CHILD ACCIDENTALLY SHOT, KILLED 

DEATH SHOULD SPARK ACTION 

ROXBORO MAN SHOOTS HIMSELF BY ACCIDENT 

CHILD SHOT, KILLED BY BROTHER 

FATAL SHOOTING OF TEEN CALLED ACCIDENTAL 

SHOTGUN BLAST KILLS BOY 

HANDGUN STUDY COMES LATE FOR 2 N.C. TEENS 

N.C. DEATHS HIGHLIGHT DANGERS OF HOME GUNS 

$200,000 AWARDED IN QUICK-DRAW CASE 

TEEN PLEADS GUILTY TO FRIEND'S DEATH 

16-YEAR-OLD HUNTER KILLED 

HALLOWEEN PRANK LEAVES MAN SHOT 

PRANK LEADS TO TRAGEDY 

PRAYERS, NOT LECTURES, COVETED 

CHIHUAHUA SHOOTS THREE PEOPLE 

POLICE LOG/NO CHARGES LIKELY AS MAN SHOOTS SELF 

5-YEAR-OLD KILLED PLAYING WITH PISTOL 

POLICE LOG/YOUTH CHARGED AFTER SHOOTING ACCIDENT 

10-YEAR-OLD WOUNDED IN 'QUICK-DRAW' CONTEST WITH BROTHER, 9 

TRAGEDY DOESN'T TAKE LONG 

ACCIDENTS, SPACE RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO SPACE RESEARCH 
HORROR THEME BECOMES REALITY 

ACCIDENTS, SPACE SHUTTLE 
SEE ALSO SPACE SHUTTLE 
CHALLENGER PILOT'S WIDOW REACHES SETTLEMENT IN SUIT 
WIDOW OF PILOT OF CHALLENGER PLANNING APPEAL 
ASTRONAUT'S WIDOW: THOSE RESPONSIBLE SHOULD FACE JUSTICE 



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N 
P 


s 

E E 
D — DATE — C 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


S 
H 
S 
H 
IRIVER CHARGED H 
H 
S 
S 


2 6/10/1988 A 
2 6/11/1988 C 
2 8/09/1988 A 
2 8/24/1988 B 
2 9/08/1988 B 
2 10/19/1988 C 
2 11/17/1988 A 
2 11/18/1988 C 


1 P N M06 
6 N 

9 N 
6 N 

2 N 

11 P N K30 
10 N 
2 N 



4/26/1988 
4/26/1988 
4/26/1988 
4/27/1988 
4/28/1988 
4/28/1988 



5/02/1988 B 



H 


2 


1/24/1988 B 


2 


N 080 


S 


2 


1/25/1988 A 


3 


N 080 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 


2/01/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/02/1988 C 


4 





S 


2 


2/02/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 B 


4 





H 


1 


2/19/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


2/25/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


3/15/1988 C 


8 





S 


2 


3/16/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/13/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


4/19/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


4/28/1988 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


5/28/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/22/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/02/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


7/07/1988 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 


7/07/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


7/09/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


8/27/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


9/24/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


10/22/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/02/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/03/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/09/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


11/18/1988 A 


15 


N 


CHH 1 


12/13/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/14/1988 C 


5 


N 


CHH 1 


12/20/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


12/24/1988 D 


4 


N 


S 


2 12/29/1988 A 


4 


E 



S 2 9/07/1988 A 1 P N 



H 2 8/23/1988 B 13 N 
H 2 8/25/1988 A 18 N 
H 2 8/31/1988 B 5 N 



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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



WIDOW OF SHUTTLE PILOT STILL SUPPORTIVE 



»Y» FOOL 



ACCIDENTS, SPORTS,. 
SEE SPORTS, INJURIES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SUITING FOOLS 

SiTYff^^ffl^^INGPOOL 

l^KfWlGH CHILD DROWNS IN SWIMMING POOL 

rmnRTNE LEAK SENDS DOZENS FROM RALEIGH CITY POOL 1U mariim. 

CHEMICAL LEAK AT POOL ISBEING INVESTIGATED 

ACCIDENTS, TRACTOR CAM . Tklr 

^ES BKJhBVjgn ONE 1RT 

HUi'lJMBMBUI » T& ACCIDENT 
TRACTOR KILLS FATHER 

EiSSffl TRIP TO KSPIT* 
TRACTOR OVERTURNS; FRANKLIN MAN DIES 

ACCIDENTS, TRACTOR-TRAILER 
SEE ACCIDENTS, TRUCKS 

ACCIDENTS, TRAINS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 
SEE ALSO PROPANE ^^ 

^N°HnS L TRUCK^ I IMVER ESCAPES WITH MINOR INJURIES 

JBfflttmSBP&™ TARGETED 
THAT'S A SWITCH ... 



"BMBJffimMiim 



SEE ALSO PROPANE 

SEE ALSO RAILROAD CROSSINGS 

^RaS^SSepSy ACCIDENT 

0R HUW ISVS IN WILSON COUNTY 

MAN SEWOUSlThURT WHILE TRYINGTO GET ON TRAIN 
DRIVER OFGASaiNE TANKER INDICTED IN FATAL ACCIDENT 
TRAIN KILLS PARAPLEGIC 
TRAIN KILLS MAN LYING ON TRACKS 

™iMi WnM wilson'forces rerouting m 

twtk nRTUFRIS SENTENCED FOR TWO DEATHS IN CRASH 
Sk ™iN AND DUMP TRUCK COLLIDE NEAR SMITHFIELD 
TRAIN^TOTALS MOBILE WMESTUCK ON RAILWAY TRACKS 

"WIEfaWlll INI^STRY 

SE RflnJJAY T aES S oya fiery accident 

TRACTOR-TRAILER BLOCKS TRAFFIC 
URECK SNARLS 1-85 TRAFFIC FOR 2 HOURS 
POLICE SAY 5TH VEHICLE CAUSED WRECK 
FOG DELAYS AIRLINE TRAVEL 
TRUCK HITS PEDESTRIAN 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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S 2 9/05/1988 A 7 



S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



4/21/1988 A 
4/22/1988 C 
4/23/1988 C 
6/20/1988 B 
6/27/1988 A 
7/23/1988 C 
8/18/1988 A 
8/19/1988 B 



1 
1 
3 

12 
9 
6 
1 

10 



H 
H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 



2/19/1988 B 
5/05/1988 B 
6/02/1988 D 
6/03/1988 B 
6/09/1988 B 
9/01/1988 B 
9/01/1988 C 
9/16/1988 A 
11/17/1988 C 



6 

1 

7 

10 
n 

£ 

1 
6 
3 
8 



N B53 

N 

N 



N 



N 

N 



N 

N 080 

N 

N 







N H90 

N 



H 2 3/16/1988 C 5 N 

H 2 3/23/1988 ft 4 

H 2 10/21/1988 A 1 N N36 

S 2 11/18/1988 C 1 P P S76 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
CHH 



H 
S 
H 
S 

s 

H 



1/08/1988 B 
1/23/1988 C 
2/13/1988 
2/18/1983 
2/20/1988 
5/05/1988 
6/22/1988 
6/28/1988 
7/29/1988 
8/31/1988 
10/05/1988 
11/17/1988 
11/27/1988 



4 
3 
5 

20 
3 

16 
8 
7 
2 
9 
5 
4 
3 



1/08/1988 B 
1/11/1988 A 
1/12/1988 B 
1/12/1988 B 
1/18/1988 C 
1/19/1988 B 



N 
N 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
» N S17 



N 
N 

N M51 
N 
N 
' P S73 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SULFURIC ACID SPILL AVERTED 

TRAIN HITS TRUCK STUCK ON TRACKS 

TRACTOR-TRAILER CRASH BLOCKS N.C. 56 NEAR CREEDMOOR 

3 TRUCKS COLLIDE; DRIVERS RECEIVE MINOR INJURIES 

SUDDEN HAIL STORM? 

DURHAM WOMAN DIES 

WRECK VICTIM'S SON-IN-LAU CITED UITH PUNCHING TRUCKER 

NEAL ROAD TRESTLE KNOCKED DOWN 

TWO KILLED, THREE INJURED AS CARS COLLIDE WITH TANKER 

SCHOOL BUS, TRUCK COLLIDE IN APEX 

TRUCKS WRECK 

DRIVER INJURED AS TWO TRUCKS COLLIDE 

TANKER BLOCKS U.S. 1 

THREE MEN KILLED AS PICKUP WRECKS WEST OF ROXBORO 

ROXBORO WRECK KILLS BROTHERS AND THIRD MAN 

TRAIN HITS TRUCK, BUT DRIVER ESCAPES WITH MINOR INJURIES 

MAN KILLED AS DUMP TRUCK HITS CAR 

STOLEN TRUCK IN COLLISION; TWO DRIVERS HOSPITALIZED 

MARYLAND COURT BACKS CONVICTION OF TRUCK DRIVER 

TRUCK OVERTURNS 

MOTORCYCLE RIDER KILLED IN COLLISION WITH PICKUP 

TRUCK TOPPLED 

TRUCK OVERTURNS 

TWO TEENS DIE AS CAR CRASHES INTO SIDE OF TRUCK 

TRACTOR-TRAILER FLIPS, BLOCKS U.S. 1 

DUMP TRUCK, CAR COLLIDE, INJURING 3 

WOMAN INJURED AS TRUCK COLLIDES WITH CAR, HITS TREE 

MAN INJURED IN WRECK ON U.S. 70 

DRIVER OF GASOLINE TANKER INDICTED IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

S.C. MAN DIES OF CRASH INJURIES 

ACCIDENT PROBE PROVES TWIN-TRAILER DANGER 

FALLING LIMB KILLS WOMAN 

WEATHER FATALITY 

BURLINGTON WOMAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

BUS-TRUCK CRASH INJURES 11 PEOPLE 

UNC ADMINISTRATOR DIES 

TRACTOR-TRAILER OVERTURNS ON N.C. 54 

TWO MEN INJURED IN WRECK ON N.C. 54 

WRECK REDUCES TACO SHELLS TO 'CHIPS' 

CRASH 

MAN TEST-DRIVING TRUCK ENDS UP ON THE ROAD—LITERALLY 

MILK SHAKE 

POLICE LOG/ORANGE COUNTY MAN CHARGED IN TRUCK ACCIDENT 

PERSON COUNTY MAN KILLED IN WRECK 

EFLAND MAN KILLED MONDAY IN U.S. 70 CAR-TRUCK CRASH 

TRAPPED UNDER WRECK 

GEYSER 

TRUCK ACCIDENT CAUSES FLOOD 

MULTIVEHICLE WRECK SNARLS TRAFFIC 

MULTIVEHICLE WRECK SNARLS TRAFFIC 

TRUCK WITH 9 CHEMICALS CRASHES 

NINE PEOPLE INJURED IN CALDWELL ACCIDENT 

TRUCK KNOCKS DOWN POLE ON HILLSBOROUGH 

WHITE GOO ON U.S. 70 ALARMS RUSH-HOUR DRIVERS 

TENNESSEE MAN INJURED IN WRECK 

RUSH-HOUR TRAFFIC ENDURES MUCK*. 450 GALLONS OF IT 

TROOPER HURT IN ACCIDENT AT GREENSBORO 

EASY-OPENING TOP 

TRUCK FLIPS; DRIVER KILLED 

PICKUP WRECK KILLS DRIVER 

TRUCK HITS POLE, CUTS OFF POWER, TELEPHONES 

HEATING OIL SPILLED IN TANKER COLLISION 

INTERSTATE TRAFFIC JAM 

CAR, TRUCK COLLIDE; ONE DRIVER INJURED 

2 INJURED AS TRUCK CAREENS INTO ENO 

TRUCK, STALLED CAR COLLIDE; 3 HURT 

FIRM ADMITS NEGLIGENCE IN BUS CRASH 

INSTANT OBSTACLE COURSE 

RESCUE IN PROGRESS 

RICKIE KIM RUDD, IN PICKUP CRASH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 



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



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1/22/1988 
1/23/1988 
1/26/1988 
1/26/1988 
2/06/1988 
2/10/1988 
2/11/1988 B 
2/11/1988 B 
2/20/1988 C 
2/23/1988 B 
2/25/1988 A 
3/02/1988 B 
3/02/1988 C 
3/13/1988 B 
3/14/1988 C 
3/16/1988 C 
3/18/1988 C 
3/21/1988 B 
3/24/1988 D 
3/24/1988 
3/24/1988 
3/31/1988 
3/31/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/08/1988 
4/20/1988 
4/26/1988 
5/05/1988 
5/05/1988 
5/06/1988 
5/06/1988 
5/25/1988 B 
5/25/1988 B 
5/27/1988 C 
5/27/1988 A 
5/28/1988 B 
5/31/1988 A 
6/01/1988 B 
6/01/1988 C 
6/08/1988 A 
6/09/1988 B 
6/15/1988 A 
6/15/1988 
6/24/1988 
6/28/1988 
7/03/1988 
7/05/1988 
7/06/1988 B 
7/13/1988 B 
7/13/1988 B 
7/14/1988 A 
7/15/1988 A 
7/16/1988 C 
7/19/1988 A 
7/19/1988 A 
7/20/1988 B 
7/22/1988 A 
7/26/1988 B 
7/26/1988 A 
7/27/1988 A 
7/31/1988 C 
8/05/1988 B 
8/06/1988 A 
8/09/1988 B 
8/09/1988 A 
8/09/1988 A 
8/09/1988 A 
8/10/1988 A 
8/11/1988 B 
8/12/1988 B 



T32 



M66 



N T35 

N 

N 

N 

P 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

P 

N 

N 

N 

N T33 

N 

N 

N 

N 

P 



P 

P 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N S73 

N 

N 

E 

N 

P 



N 

N 

N 

N 080 

N B53 

P S76 

N 

P R63 

N 

N 



S76 

T32 
T32 



1 P 
1 P 



T37 
T37 
S73 
T44 



1 P N R63 
1 P P T44 

P 

P 

P 

P 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

P T44 

N B53 



N 

N 

P L38 

N 

N R63 

N 080 

N 

P L38 

P K30 





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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
- 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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CASWELL HAN DIES IN TRUCK ACCIDENT 

HAN DIES IN BIKE WRECK 

S^OmSriSS AlSKrFLIST SNUFFED OUT IN DURHAM BY TRUCK 

E B^KK ^LLf & TRUCK FLIPS 

S^X^MSffiuiNG WOMAN INSIDE 
RESCUE 

P^tfsCOTP UP COINS AT SITE OF TRUCK CRASH 
TOCX RI6WIVEN BY DURHAM HAN STRIKES TOUR BUS 
DRIVER GETS 1 MINOR INJURIES IN TRUCK WRECK 
RALEIGH MAN DIES OF INJURIES FROM WRECK 
TW€ KILLED, FOUR HURT IN COLLISION 
HURDLE MILLS MAN KILLED IN TRACTOR-TRUCK ACCIDENT 
BURLINGTON MAN INJURED 
TRUCK SKIDS OFF 1-85 

BSj^UHHftl SLICK ROAD 

TT^CTOR-TR'AILERS INVOLVED IN ACCIDENTS 

FS^O^SplRTLii^HAN CHARGED WITH DUI 
TRUCK OVERTURNS IN DURHAM . „ 

FOUR MEN INJURED SAT. IN WRECK ON N.C. 86 
URECK VICTIM DIES SATURDAY AT NCHH 
POLICE LOG/NO ONE INJURED IN TRUCK WRECK 

S'WIVER^S KicED FOR TWO IEATHS IN CRASH 
POICE LOG^€RLY WOMAN HIT BY TRUCK AT MALL 
GU^^KILLQ AS VEHICLE OVERTURNS 
SEVERAL VEHICLES WRECK 

SSBMB CHWO IN DEATH 
KAN FULLED SAFELY FROM FIERY WRECK 
BE GLAD, BEES GONE 
DURttAH MAN HIT BY TRUCK, DIES 

OOPS — 

TOO-TALL TRUCK _ t _ 

TT^sKo 1 EfF^AFTER BSAKE SLIPS; DRMR CITED 
SSlWsIl PHOTO CHANCE AS TRUCK SLAMS INTO BUILDING 
FUEL OIL SPILLS 
TANKER TOPPLED 

TT,e A C NAP _._ 

PTQnnnFSPILL SLOWS EARLY RUSH-HOUR TRAFFIC 

KtoainaU jg ™^ f*ure *$ smthfield 

uti I T&M >BTUY' GATES JR., IN WAKE TRUCK ALLlUtfti 

7-YEArVd GIRL KILLED IN WRECK; TWO OTHER? HURT 

URECK INJURIES KILL SON, BOYFRIEND 

^g^&^nWX-. MOTHER HURT ATTESTING TO SAVE HIM 

MAN THROWN FROM TRUCK AND KILLED 

PREVENT BRIDGE ACCIDENTS 

OVERTURNED TRUCK BLOCKS TRAFFIC 

GASOLINETANKER EXPLODES i ON U.S. 70 

GASOLINE TANKER OVERTURNS, EXPLODES ^ rmrT 

MLEIGH MAN'S CONDITION FAIR AFTER ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENTS, VANS, DURHAM 

WOMAN, 77, KILLED BY VAN , „.,. r . M , Tur 

GOTDSAMARITAN STOPS TO HELP, BUT VAN KEEPS ROLLING 

FIRE CHIEF SUFFERS INJURIES 

VAN DRIVER C ACES CHARGES 

VAN COLLIDES WITH PaiCE CAR lumm „ 

THREEPEOPLE HURT IN CAR-VAN ACCIDENT 



N 

P 

CHH 

S 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 



E 

D 

1 

2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 



-DATE- 



S 
E 

C -PG 



H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

H 

S 

H 

CHH 

S 

H 

CHH 

S 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 



A 
A 
C 
B 
A 
C 
A 
C 
A 
C 
D 



8/12/1988 

8/12/1988 

8/13/1988 

8/14/1988 

8/14/1988 

8/18/1988 

8/19/1988 

8/19/1988 
8/19/1988 
8/19/1988 
8/20/1988 . 
8/23/1988 B 
8/23/1988 A 
8/24/1988 B 
8/25/1988 C 
9/01/1988 B 
9/03/1988 A 
9/10/1988 
9/14/1988 
9/15/1988 
9/21/1988 
9/23/1988 
9/23/1988 
9/23/1988 
9/24/1988 
9/24/1988 
9/24/1988 
9/25/1988 
9/26/1988 
9/26/1988 
9/29/1988 
10/05/1988 
10/08/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/12/1988 
10/14/1988 
10/17/1988 B 
10/19/1988 A 
10/30/1988 B 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

N H90 
N M06 
N 

N P38 
N H90 
N 

P T32 
N T32 
P T32 
T32 



P 
4 N 
13 N 
3 N 
6 N 
6 
1 P 
1 P P R63 
N 



3 
8 P 

1 P 
10 

3 

4 
11 P 

3 

9 

3 

3 

3 

8 

5 

3 
12 



S73 



10/31/1988 
11/01/1988 
11/02/1988 



C 

B 

_ B 

CHH 1 11/02/1988 A 

■- C 

C 

c 



H 
S 
S 
H 

s 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 



11/04/1988 
11/04/1988 
U/07/1988 _ 
11/08/1988 B 
11/08/1988 B 
11/15/1988 A 
11/17/1988 
11/17/1988 
11/20/1988 
11/22/1988 
11/30/1988 
12/01/1988 _ 
12/09/1988 B 
12/13/1988 A 
12/22/1988 A 
12/27/1988 A 
12/28/1988 B 
12/30/1988 C 



N R63 
P K30 
P L38 
N 
N 
N 
P 
N 
N 

N H90 
N H90 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

9 P P K30 
2 N 
N M51 
E 



P 

P 

N 

N S17 

P 

N B53 

P M66 

P H66 

P T37 

N M70 

N 



N M51 

N 

N 

N 

N 

L 

N M06 

N 
N 
N 



1 

4 
2 

1 

1 

16 

10 
1 
1 

1 
12 
1 
3 
4 
3 
1 

12 
10 



4 

1 
2 

7 

4 



T37 
T37 



2 1/31/1988 B 

2 6/17/1988 C 

2 6/21/1988 A 

2 6/27/1988 B 

2 7/04/1988 B 

2 7/17/1988 B 



N 
N 

N 
N 
N 

N 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



3 HURT IN WEEKEND ACCIDENT AT U.S. 
RUNAWAY BOAT SLAMS INTO CAR 



70, SPARGER ROAD 



ACCIDENTS, VANS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, VANS, U.S. 
DUKE ATHLETES SLIGHTLY INJURED IN CAR ACCIDENT 
CRASH KILLS ONE; SECOND ESCAPES FIRE 
CRASH INJURES BASKETBALL TEAM 

ACCIDENTS, VANS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, VANS, N.C. 
3 IN DURHAM FAMILY DIE IN WRECK 

ACCOUNTANTS 

SEE CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 
SEE N.C, ACCOUNTING METHODS 

ACCQUNTEMPS 

SOME JOB COMPLAINTS ARE NOT CAPITAL CASES 

THE ACCUSED (FILM) 

ACTING, TENSION, END RATE 'ACCUSED' AWARD 
THE TEN BEST FILMS OF 1988 

ACCUTANE (ACNE DRUG) 

SEE ALSO ACNE 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 
RESEARCH ON ACCUTANE GOING FROM TRIANGLE TO WASHINGTON 
DRUG-INDUCED BIRTH DEFECTS NOT LIMITED TO ACCUTANE 
PRODUCER OF ANTI-ACNE MEDICATION OFFERS PROGRAM FOR SAFE PREGNANCIES 

ACID FOG 

SEE ALSO FOG 
ASBESTOS, ACID FOG TOPICS OPEN AIR POLLUTION MEETING 

ACID RAIN 

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

STATE UNIVERSITY STUDY EXAMINING ACID RAIN DAMAGE TO HOUSE PAINT 

ACID RAIN'S EFFECTS ON PAINT STUDIED 

SAVE MONEY AND LAKES 

MOUNTAIN STREAMS IN EAST TOO ACIDIC, EPA REPORT SAYS 

GROUP SAYS NITROGEN FROM ACID RAIN TAKING TOLL ON N.C. RIVERS, SOUNDS 

DYING TREES STUN TOURISTS 

ACIDIC SOIL AFFECTED BY ACID RAIN - STUDY 

UNC ASKED TO HELP FIGHT ACID RAIN 

HEED THE PROPHETS ON THE MOUNTAIN 

ACKLAND ART CENTER 

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

ACME FEED MILL 

FEED MILL PROMISES TO REDUCE ODOR 

ACNE 

SEE ALSO ACCUTANE (ACNE DRUG) 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 

SEE ALSO RETIN-A 

SEE ALSO SKIN DISEASES 

ACNE OINTMENT BEING USED TO BATTLE AGING 

PRODUCER OF ANTI-ACNE MEDICATION OFFERS PROGRAM FOR SAFE PREGNANCIES 

BALANCED DIET AND GENTLE WASHING OFTEN HELP ACNE 

THE ACORN PLAN (BOOK) 

CARPENTER WITH SNAKE FANCY FINDS SUCCESS AS HUSBAND AND WRITER 
ERSTWHILE SNAKEHANDLER PROVES DEFT STORY TELLER 

ACOUSTIC MUSIC 
SEE ALSO MUSIC 
GOOD WOOD; A LOOK AT ACOUSTIC MUSIC CLUBS IN DURHAM & CHAPEL HILL 



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S 2 7/18/1988 A 10 N 
S 2 11/02/1988 A 11 N 



H 2 2/19/1988 B 2 N 
H 2 3/26/1988 C 3 N 
S 2 10/10/1988 A 7 N 



S 2 12/22/1988 A 1 N B53 



H 2 5/22/1988 B 7 N 



2 11/25/1988 D 
2 12/30/1988 D 



2 4/23/1988 B 
2 5/11/1988 C 
2 9/08/1988 C 



3 P R S66 
10 P R S66 



5 N M97 
3 U 
9 N K65 



H 2 5/03/1988 C 7 N M97 



S 2 


1/22/1988 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


1/23/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 2 


2/25/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


3/24/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 2 


4/26/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 2 


6/27/1988 B 


1 


P N 


H 2 


6/30/1988 C 


8 


N D80 


CHH 1 


11/12/1988 A 


1 


N S17 


CHH 1 


11/13/1988 A 


4 


E 



H 1 4/07/1988 B 1 N T35 



S 2 6/06/1988 C 1 N 
H 2 9/08/1988 C 9 N K65 
CHH 1 11/25/1988 A 6 U 



2 8/28/1988 E 3 P U H45 
2 11/13/1988 E 3 P U H45 



H 2 5/20/1988 D 12 P F S69 



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ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 
ftUi S^SOAIDS RELATfDCOMPLEX 

SEE ALSO AZT (AZIDOTHYMINE) 

SEE ALSO CARBOVIR 

i SJ8 SK^SO J^S OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, AIDS RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO HIV VIRUS 

SEE ALSO IMMUNE SYSTEM „ „ 

■ SJB Ec^XW**TH PROJECT 
SEE ALSO RETROVIR 

SEE ALSO SAFE SEX ^^ „,„._« 

H ALSO SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES 
SEE ALSO WORLD AIDS DAY _ .„_ 

LIFTING DRUGS ARE HALLMARK OF '87 

EBUCATIWAL PROGRAMS ALLAY FEARS OF AIDS 

f^WhDSTO SKA^T DUKE COkFEFSCE _„ 
AID? VICTIMS «ED &, EXPERT TBJ.S. [^CONFERENCE 
buviubbrAIIE KNOWLEDGE AMONG STUDENTS 
HHOmUER HUGE OFFIC^HENW*ING DRUG ARREST 
MZXXSZ SAYS AIDS VIRUS MAY NOT BE DEATH SENTENCE 
^K^S MOTEL AT TRAVELERS **TING STUDIO-SUITES 
MIBfllKS&TtBME CONDOM KEY RINGS, T-SHIRTS 

ANTIBIOTICS PREVENT PNEUMONIA IN AIDS VICTIMS 

trSSaSnB ON LEGAL ASPECTS OF AIDS EPIDEMIC 
SGCIALWH^S TO WSCUSS CARING FOR A IK j^TTEMTS 
NS YORKHCSPITAL OFFICIAL RAPS FEKKAL AIDS POLICIES 
MANBITES DOG THEATER STAGES AIDS BENEFIT 
WARMTH HELPS VIEWER THROUGH ANGRY- HEART' 
BSy nva ni m n CLOUD AIDS FIGHT 

EE^ BSFfflS u,. ™ 

ilSr^'og^TOia OF DISEASE 

^TLI^^ R KM^Tlof ^ AIDS 
CRITICISM WITHOUT CAUSE 
COMMENT UNFAIRLY CRITICIZED 
ATftP HF^SAfiE IS CLEj^ 

iKf^'sK pTfWdS VICTIMS' HEDICM. CARE 

CWIDENTIALITY SSIDE.AMA URGES AIDS ALERT 
R^AN SENDS MIXED MESSAGE ABCUTAIDS 
THEATER GIVES MONEY TO AIDS SUPPORT GROUP 
DON'T GAMBLE WITH YOUR LIFE 
FEAR HURTS BLOOD SUPPLY 

a?ds f^r KB ™ oun, KIN'S BLOOD 

STDE^NffiW^lo™ SYmILIS M 
THE SLANTED AIDS REPORT 
HQJISPLAYS HARDBALL WITH AIDS BILL 
AIDS-BLOOD NEWS MISHANDLED 

A^ S^Fffi'rafeT NATION'S NEEDS 
GLAXO TO STUDY WWG FOUND TO CURB AIDS 

cmfflffl&'eNE HEALTHY EFFORT TO AIDS EDUCATION 
NEW^YO^aJ^NEmES PROGRAM HELPS DRUG USERS 



S 

s 
s 

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

s 

H 

H 
H 
H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

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S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 



2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
I 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
CHH 1 
H 2 



1/06/1988 C 
1/16/1988 A 
1/16/1988 B 
1/17/1988 B 
1/22/1988 C 
1/73/1988 C 
1/28/1988 A 
1/29/1988 B 
2/04/1988 A 
2/07/1988 B 
2/12/1988 B 
2/13/1988 C 
2/17/1983 
2/18/1988 
2/18/1988 
3/02/1988 
3/22/1988. 
3/24/1988 
4/09/1988 
4/15/1988 
4/21/1988 
4/29/1988 
4/30/1988 
5/02/1988 
5/05/1988 
5/05/1988 
5/11/1988 
5/30/1988 
6/04/1988 
6/06/1988 
6/06/1988 
6/13/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/16/1988 
7/01/1988 
7/02/1988 
7/08/1988 
7/09/1988 
7/15/1988 
7/18/1988 
7/20/1988 
8/09/1988 
8/15/1988 
8/22/1988 
9/07/1988 
9/10/1988 .. 
10/07/1988 B 
10/08/1988 A 
10/11/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/20/1988 
11/15/1988 
11/20/1988 
11/26/1988 



6 

1 

1 
10 

4 F 

1 
26 

8 

4 

7 F 

1 

2 

4 

1 I 

4 

6 

6 
6 

4 
5 
9 
4 
3 
13 
4 
4 
4 
6 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
1 
4 
1 
4 
4 
4 
1 



L59 



1 

1 
5 
4 

12 
4 
1 
4 
8 
4 
1 
4 



U 

N B85 
N 

N D80 
N T33 
N L90 
N 

N C60 
E 

U L41 
N 

N U80 
E 
1 F B71 
R U63 
N 
L 

N U80 
N 
N 
N 
R 
E 
N 

N R80 
P R B71 
E 
L 
N 
E 
L 
E 
L 
L 
N 
E 
N 
L 
E 
E 
N 
N 
N 

N H65 
J Oil 
E 
N 
L 

N C60 
E 
N 
E 

N Vll 
L 



H65 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



frank talk key to halting aids 

acquired immune deficiency syndrome, blacks 
nccu conference targets aids 
nccu session tackles aids impact on blacks 

acquired immune deficiency syndrome, costs 
see also health care, costs 
duke expert.' aids costs 'tremendous* 
aids safety steps cost hospitals more 
educational programs allay fears of aids 
federal money for azt may be running out in n.c. 
who will pay for aids health care? 
burroughs wellcome is not the azt bully 
aids task force urges stronger laws 
aids task force unveils grim report 

acquired immune deficiency syndrome, durham cases 
see also aids community residence association 
see also aids services project 
see also artists for aids support 
see also duke univ. aids task force 
see also duke univ. medical center, aids research 
see also durham aids network 

duke expert! aids costs 'tremendous* 

durham va hospital gets research center to study aids virus 

durham reports 2 cases of aids-linked leukemia 

durham dentists don gloves and masks to protect against aids 

durham county health board votes to put aids warnings on billboards 

false, offensive advertising 

food, fun — and all that jazz 

duke to survey students on aids issues 

durham group seeks funds for aids home 

aids home planned in durham 

group seeks corporate funds for aids house to serve southeast 

corporations asked to help finance aids patients' home 

aids home will show durham's compassion 

residence for aids victims worthy goal 

aids home effort raises *32,0o0 

funds needed for aids home 

aids house home with *10,000 gift 

aids house fund-raising tops goal 

aids; two specials sponsored by durham county hospital corporation (ad) 

aids: can i get it? (ad) 

group finds aids house 

aids house in durham raises downpayment money 

scon hustead, aids educator 

aids educator dies 

durham theater company makes donations to aids support groups 

in durham's inner city, aids is rearing its deadly head 

dispute delays rtp firm's aids study 

county gets aids education grants . „ „„„ 

a carousel of pain; families of children with aids grasp for brass rings 

aids benefit group looks for bicycle riders 

trimming trees to fight aids 

2 groups to help homeless with aids 

acquired immune deficiency syndrome, education 
see health education 
see sex education 

acquired immune deficiency syndrome, health professionals 

see also emergency medical technicians 

see also health care workers 

see also laboratory technicians 

see also nurses, u.s. 

see also physicians, u.s. 
educational programs allay fears of aids 
duke nurse says aids virus may not be death sentence 
durham dentists don gloves and masks to protect against aids 



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



S 2 12/01/1988 A 



2 10/11/1988 A 
2 10/11/1988 A 



1/15/1988 
1/16/1988 
1/16/1988 
7/27/1988 
8/31/1988 
9/02/1988 
11/11/1988 
12/30/1988 



CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 



1/15/1988 A 
2/06/1988 B 
2/15/1988 A 
2/16/1988 B 
2/19/1988 C 
3/11/1988 
4/12/1988 
4/13/1988 
4/14/1988 
4/15/1988 
4/15/1988 
4/16/1988 
4/16/1988 
4/23/1988 
4/23/1983 
4/29/1988 
5/03/1988 
5/04/1988 
5/23/1988 B 
5/25/1988 A 
5/25/1988 A 
5/26/1988 B 
6/15/1988 B 
6/15/1988 A 
7/09/1988 A 
7/12/1988 A 
7/29/1988 A 
9/02/1988 B 
9/25/1988 A 
10/14/1988 A 
11/18/1988 A 
12/24/1988 A 



1 C N C60 
1 N H65 



Q B85 
Q B85 
N P85 
N 
N 
E 
N 
N 



1 

6 
1 
6 
1 
4 
6 
2 
1 
1 
1 
c 
4 
4 
1 
4 
1 
1 
6 
8 
1 

11 
8 

10 

10 
1 
3 

12 
1 
3 
6 
1 



Q B85 

N C60 

N B85 

N T33 

N A54 

L 

U W15 

N ISO 

N W82 

N 

N W82 

N 

E 

E 

N W82 

L 

N H70 

N 

A 

A 

N H70 

N 





N 

N C60 

N 

N 
' N C60 

N S17 
' F Zll 

N H65 



S 2 1/16/1988 A 
H 2 1/29/1988 B 
H 2 2/16/1988 B 



1 N B85 
8 N C60 
6 P N T33 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



S 
P D — BATE — C -PG 



^ T ^BEKl<liY S EXPOSEB HEALTH UORKERS 
p^ce^amoS Sorkersto PROTECT EVIDENCE 

-■"B fiTfiKS oStls i« T & CASES 

NCCU TttCHER FEARS FOR TREATY ON ANGOLA, NAMIBIA 
ACQUIRED IMHJNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, NAMES PROJECT 

SE ^IDS S QUILT L PROJECT TOUR SHOWS ART OF LIVING THROUGH ART OF DEATH 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROtC, N.C. CASES 

^SFFALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, AIDS 
SEE ALSO nVcVAIDS SERVICETOALITION 
SEE ALSO N.C, AIDS TASK FORCE ATnp 
SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, AIDS 

1 tl SSU: * liffl Hit A OF MEDICINE, AIDS DEMENTIA CENTER 
SEE ALSO WAKE COUNTY SCHOOLS, AIDS g 2 

^^TE^SS ^SflN ENGLISHES 2 

UILKES^ARM PROVIDES PLACE FOR AIDS , PATIENTS TO DIE H 2 

SKKKlffiuc " — "■ M,s "" 5 1 

AIDS DEATH CONFIRMED IN LEE COUNTY s 2 

SmSr mfai TvfpRIVACY CONFLICT TO BE DISCUSSED _ H S 

KtoR^AIDS fficULUM SET FOR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLERS H 3 

S^rSPuw™So|1^ CONNOR MOW « 2 2 

NWUVJhlOKHH I 2 

FUNDS NEEDED FOR AIDS HOME H 2 

GET FACTS ABOUT AIDS uirTTHQt mR RTGHTS H 2 

rnmc't; I &USUIT MAY BE TEST OF AIDS VICTIMS' JUB ^jwii3 h ~ 

REPORTS MOUNTING ON DISCRIMINATION AGAINST AIDS VICTIMS g 2 

^rmTQT?n4«S Airs EDUCATION MONEY BEING HELD UP ^ An S S 

finSSIIi ?TOSEND OEHwfes TO GENERAL ASSEMBLY NEXT YEAR H 12 

orSants aidsprogram geared toward minorities 

S GRANT REQUEST DESERVES FUNDING 
•F'OWERHOUSE' PIANIST, OF AIDS 
PEDIATRICIAN BATTLES WITH AIDS ETHICS 

w§ ansnuwrai i » n. c . 
ff^lliS AIDS ^ 

AGENCY ACCUSED OF DELAYING AIDS FUNDS 

SffiW^ RUNNING OJT IN N.C. 

FEDERAL MONEY FOR AIDS DRUG RUNNING OUT 

GRANTS AWARDED FOR AIDS PROGRAMS 

ADIFFERENT TEXAN OFFERS A DIFFERENT VIEW 

PLASMA MNATION ON RISE INCHAPEL f HILL 

HOMOSEXUAL GROUP ISSUES 'SAFE-SEX' CARDS H 

W£UHK!ttfl& Son for aiis study h w 

ggfiffl RBWBr HAr 

WHO WILL PAY FOR AIDS HEALTH CARE? 



H 2 4/15/1988 A 4 
H 2 7/04/1988 A 12 
S 2 10/17/1988 C 1 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

L 
N 
N B53 



S 1 10/17/1988 A 7 N 
H 2 11/22/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 12/25/1988 A 1 P N 046 



H 2 7/10/1988 C 12 P N 



A 
A 
C 
A 
D 
C 
; C 
C 
A 
A 



CHH 1 

H 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 

H 1 

CHH 1 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 
H 
H 
H 



2 

2 

CHH 1 



1/15/1988 
1/15/1988 
1/21/1988 
1/21/1988 
1/23/1988 
1/30/1988 
2/05/1988 
2/11/1988 
2/16/1988 
2/18/1988 .. 
2/18/1988 D 
2/20/1988 B 
2/24/1988 B 
2/26/1988 B 
3/12/1988 A 
3/17/1988 A 
3/22/1988 B 
3/25/1988 D 
4/14/1988 A 
4/15/1988 A 
4/29/1988 A 
5/04/1988 A 
5/05/1988 B 
6/13/1988 A 
6/20/1988 C 
6/22/1988 B 
6/23/1988 A 
6/24/1988 
6/24/1988 
6/27/1988 
6/28/1988 
6/30/1988 
7/12/1988 
7/13/1988 .. 
7/22/1988 B 
7/27/1983 C 
7/27/1988 C 
7/28/1988 C 
8/01/1988 B 
8/02/1988 A 
8/09/1988 A 
8/10/1988 B 
8/22/1988 B 
8/24/1988 
8/24/1988 
8/24/1988 
8/25/1988 
8/30/1988 
8/31/1988 



1 

11 

22 

12 
5 
1 
2 

10 

11 

12 
2 
3 
2 

10 
9 

16 
1 
4 
1 
1 
4 
4 
2 

13 
3 



1 I 

4 

12 
3 
4 
1 
1 

14 

11 
1 
2 
4 
5 
4 
3 
7 
5 
1 
1 
1 
1 

16 
5 



Q B85 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N K65 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N B71 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N L90 
• F W66 
N W82 
' N W82 
L 
L 
N 
N 
N 

N 
: N H90 

E 



N B81 

L 

N 

N B21 

N 

N 
P U M06 

N 

N 

N 

L 
P N B21 

N 
P N 

N C60 
P Q S17 

N S17 
P Q S17 

N 

N 



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1/01/1788 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



CDC FINDS HIGH AIDS RATE AMONG MIGRANTS 

STATE SHIFTS FOCUS IN AIDS FIGHT 

AIDS DECREASING IN SAN FRANCISCO 

STATE STATISTICS GIVE PROFILE OF AIDS VICTIMS 

SUSPECT BLOOD MISTAKENLY SENT TO N.C. 

SMALL RISK SEEN FROM BLOOD MISHAP 

TAINTED BLOOD REACHES TRIANGLE 

PRINCIPALS TOLD HEALTH DEPT. SETTLES AIDS CASES 

AH FUNDING URGED IN APPEALS TO GOV. MARTIN 

DOCTORS TO DONATE BLOOD 

CAROLINA GAYS HOLDING WEEKEND MEETING HERE 

N.C. CENTRAL HOSTING CONFERENCE ON BLACKS AND AIDS 

SPIRALING COST OF BLOOD RAISES NCMH BUDGET REQUEST 

NCCU SESSION TO FOCUS ON AIDS, BLACK PEOPLE 

TALLYING THE AIDS CENSUS 

NCCU CONFERENCE TARGETS AIDS 

NCCU SESSION TACKLES AIDS IMPACT ON BLACKS 

NEW N.C. LAWS URGED TO PROTECT AIDS VICTIMS 

WILSON AIDS POLICY 

AIDS TASK FORCE URGES STRONGER LAWS 

UNC TO SPONSOR AIDS DAY FAIR 

TEAM GIVES SUPPORT TO AIDS VICTIMS 

UNC TO HOST AIDS DAY FAIR 

ADDITIONAL *6 MILLION SOUGHT BY STATE FOR AIDS PROGRAMS 

TOO MUCH ON TAXES AND AIDS 

AIDS TASK FORCE UNVEILS GRIM REPORT 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, NOTIFICATION LAW 
AIDS NOTIFICATION RULE BECOMES EFFECTIVE FEB. 1 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, AIDS 
ORANGE COUNTY SEEKS AIDS RELATED FUNDS 
AIDS GRANT FALLS SHORT OF COUNTY REQUEST 
TOWN READIES AIDS EDUCATION FOR EMPLOYEES 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, AIDS RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

AIDS RESEARCHER TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

AIDS EXPERT'S TALK CANCELED 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RESEARCHERS MAY EXPLORE EFFECTS OF MICROWAVES 

DURHAM VA HOSPITAL GETS RESEARCH CENTER TO STUDY AIDS VIRUS 

PATENT ON AH APPROVED (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-12-88) 

HORSE DISEASE STUDIED TO UNDERSTAND AIDS 

STUDY SHOWS AH SHRINKS AIDS VIRUS 

ADVANCES FURTHER UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN BODY'S IMMUNE SYSTEM 

DUKE RESEARCHER RECEIVES GRANT OF $120,000 FOR STUDY OF HERPES VIRUS 

NEW YORK HOSPITAL OFFICIAL RAPS FEDERAL AIDS POLICIES 

MORALITY SHOULDN'T CLOUD AIDS FIGHT 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME WIDENS AIDS DRUG STUDY 

INFECTIOUS DISEASES CONFERENCE NEXT WEEK 

RESEARCHER! AIDS SPREADING FASTEST TO HETEROSEXUALS 

STUDY! AZT MIGHT REDUCE SPREAD OF AIDS 

DRUG RESTORES IQS OF CHILDREN WITH AIDS, STUDIES SHOW 

HOMOSEXUALS TO SEND DEMANDS TO GENERAL ASSEMBLY NEXT YEAR 

ORANGE GRANT REQUEST DESERVES FUNDING 

AIDS FIGHT RECEIVES $3,600 

CANADIAN WALKING AROUND THE WORLD FOR AIDS RESEARCH 

A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE TO HELP AIDS VICTIMS 

RESEARCHERS USING ANTI-AIDS DRUG TO TREAT BABY 

N.C. THEATER MANAGERS: AIDS RESEARCH DONATIONS GENEROUS 

DISPUTE DELAYS RTP FIRM'S AIDS STUDY 

SPACE SHUTTLE MAY GIVE WINGS TO AIDS PROJECT STARTED AT RTP 

GRANTS AWARDED FOR AIDS PROGRAMS 

UNC MEDICAL SCHOOL GETS *3,5 MILLION FOR AIDS STUDY 

BOWMAN GRAY SCIENTISTS LINK HERPES, AIDS VIRUSES 

UNC TO OPEN AIDS RESEARCH CENTER 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME IS NOT THE AH BULLY 



N 
P 

S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 

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



D — DATE- 



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E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
H 3 
H 2 
S 2 



9/02/1988 
9/06/1988 
9/07/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/15/1988 
9/16/1988 
9/19/1988 
9/20/1988 
9/21/1988 B 
9/22/1988 B 
9/30/1988 A 
9/30/1988 
10/03/1988 
10/03/1988 
10/07/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/14/1988 B 
10/19/1988 C 
11/11/1988 A 
11/19/1988 A 
11/25/1988 B 
11/29/1988 A 
12/04/1988 B 
12/08/1988 A 
12/30/1988 C 



2 

5 
5 
5 
5 
11 
1 
1 
3 
5 
3 
7 
1 
6 
4 
1 
1 
4 
2 
7 
7 
1 
7 
1 
4 
3 



Oil 
Oil 
Oil 



N 

J 

J 

J 

N 

N 

N H65 

N S17 

N 

N 

N S17 

N 

N S17 

N 

E 

N C60 

N H65 

N 

N 

N 

N 

F 659 

N 

N 

L 

N 



H 2 2/11/1988 C 10 N 



CHH 1 8/02/1988 A 
CHH 1 8/24/1988 A 
CHH 1 11/07/1988 A 



3 N H90 

10 N H90 

1 N M70 



H 


2 


1/13/1988 B 


9 


N D80 


H 


2 


1/21/1988 C 


11 


N 


H 


2 


1/26/1988 C 


4 


N M97 


H 


2 


2/06/1988 B 


6 P N C60 


H 


2 


2/10/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


2/24/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


2/26/1988 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 


3/25/1988 B 


11 


N K65 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 B 


14 


N 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 


4/30/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/06/1988 A 


1 


N 060 


H 


2 


5/21/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


5/27/1988 C 


1 


N C60 


S 


2 


6/02/1988 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


6/13/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


6/22/1988 B 


5 


N 


CHH 1 


6/24/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/25/1988 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


7/15/1988 C 


1 


5 N H65 


CHH 1 


7/16/1988 A 


7 P F B21 


H 


2 


7/19/1988 B 


1 


N C60 


S 


2 


7/27/1988 A 


13 


N 


S 


2 


7/29/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/01/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/01/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


8/24/1988 A 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


8/24/1988 A 


11 


N 


CHH 1 


8/24/1988 A 


1 


N S17 


H 


2 


9/02/1988 A 


4 


E 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



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CONGRESS OKS $800 MILLIW AIDS 'BILL 

GLAXO PLANS TO DEVELOP NEW DRUG TO FIGHI Ailto 

INCURABLE CAUSE FOR PRIDE 

MTo ^f Vc^a^* ■"■ 

SfrU kti I ^ -PLEASE DON'T BE OFFENDED 

SMdy BACXSWEaCGtE AIDS DRUG'S EFFECTIVENESS 

PA? ^ OKSAIISSTUBY BY RESEARCH PARK INSTITUTE 

eIttI^DS TREATMENT TARGET OF UNCSTUDIES 
^STUDYING WAYS TO IMPROVE AIDS TREATMENT 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, SCREENING TESTS 
SFE ALSO BLOOD TESTS 
SEE ALSO HEALTH SCREENING FTOGRAM 
RESPONSIBLE AIDS ACTION 
^m^VIRUS SPARKS SOME CALLS FOR TESTING OF DONATED BLOOD 

gSrawcSttresrwE™^ i^rmanresign 

Srn i panfi URGESLAUS TO ENCOURAGE AIDS TESTS 
^YOTfH^AL^ICIALRA^FEDEFAL AIDS POLICIES 
ASSALLT VICTIM WANTS DEFENDANT TESTED FOR AIDS 
SI OF NEW LAWS TAKE EFFECT JULY 1 IN N.C. 
^GANSENDS MIXED MESSAGE ABOUT AIDS 
nRANGF HAS WAITING LIST FOR AIDS TESTS 
ORANGE COUNT? SEEKS AIDS RELATED FUNDS 
UK TO OFFER TESTING FOR AIDS 
HELMS STALLS AIDS BILL 

^SEARCH KgLE^ACILITY TO MARKET NEU AIDS TEST 
LABSYSTEM AIDS TEST SET 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, U.S. CASES 
<&F A1S0 BUSINESSES, U.S., AIDS 
DISPUTE DELAYSRTP FIRM'S AIDS STUDY 

S&IMaKSlES IS KTTER THAN 'JUST SAY NO' 
RESPOND NOW TO AIDS 

ACRONYMS 
INSIDE 

ACT FOR BETTER CHILD CARE (PROPOSED) 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE 
ABC PROPOSAL A HOAX 

" "SSb VISIT COLLEGE 

^™»HJDH ADO' ON STAGE THURSDAY 
ACTION LEAGUE FOR LIFE 

^MpPONEHTS SAY CAMPAIGN AT CLINICS ISN'T OVER 
ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, CHILDREN 



N 
P 

H 
H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 



-DATE- 



S 

E 

C -PG 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 1 

H 2 



9/13/1988 
9/24/1988 
9/28/1988 
10/05/1988 
10/12/1988 
10/14/1988 
10/19/1988 
10/22/1988 
10/29/1988 
11/17/1988 B 
11/22/1988 A 
11/23/1988 
11/23/1988 
11/25/1988 
11/25/1988 
12/03/1988 
12/04/1988 
12/07/1988 
12/15/1988 
12/18/1988 
12/21/1988 
12/22/1988 



8 

1 F 

1 F 
14 

1 
12 

1 

4 

4 

1 I 

1 

1 

4 

1 

1 
10 

1 

1 

2 

1 
7 
7 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

N 

N K65 
N C60 
N K65 
N C60 
N 

N U82 
E 
E 

N B53 
N S17 
N S17 
E 

N C60 
N 
N 
N 
' N 
N 
N 
N 
N U80 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 1 

S 2 

H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 



1/28/1988 A 
2/15/1988 A 
2/16/1988 A 
3/11/1988 C 
3/15/1988 B 
4/15/1988 B 
6/12/1988 C 
6/30/1988 B 
7/02/1988 A 
7/16/1988 C 
8/02/1988 A 
8/20/1988 A 
10/13/1988 A 
10/14/1988 A 
10/14/1988 A 
10/18/1988 A 
10/25/1988 A 
11/15/1988 B 
11/16/1988 A 



L 
L 
N 
N 

N B85 
N 
N 
N 
E 
N 

N H90 
N S17 
1 P N 
4 T T R56 
12 N 
4 E 
4 L 
11 N 
10 N 



S 2 7/29/1988 A 3 N 

H 2 10/07/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 11/23/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 12/05/1988 A 4 L 

S 2 7/16/1988 B 1 U T30 



H 2 10/27/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 11/19/1988 C 2 N 

H 1 4/20/1988 C 1 N 

H 2 11/01/1988 A 13 N 



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SEE CHILD ACTORS AND ACTRESSES 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, DURHAM 

DOG CARRIES ON WITH AN OFFBEAT ROMANCE 
NO RECORD CROUD AT BULL DURHAM OPENING 
STEPHENS, 48, ACTOR, MUSICIAN, TOYMAKER 
DREAMGIRLS DREAM 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, N.C, 

DESPERATELY SEEKING SHERMAN 

OUTDOOR DRAMA INSTITUTE DRAWS MANY FOR AUDITIONS 

FOR WANT OF A HANDBAG 

ACTOR CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING FEDERAL AGENT 

CRAGG, THE IMPROVISER 

VISIONS OF LIGHT 

SECOND CHILDHOOD; CAL UINN BECOMES AGE 6 FOR » A CHILD'S CHRISTMAS...' 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, ACTORS AND ACTRESSES 
SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 

ANOTHER TIMELY PURSUIT'. WATERSTON FINDS 'WOODS' A 'MICROCOSM' 

ACTOR FINDS PLAY STOPS THE YAWNS 

BOOK TELLS LIFE OF ALMOST FORGOTTEN COWBOY STAR 

WHAT WE THINK: NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATH 

DRESSER TO THE STARS 

ACTRESS FINDING SOAPS A CHANGED GAME 

HER LIFE DOES NOT IMITATE HER ART 

SARANDON NOW 'BULLISH' ON BASEBALL 

CHAPEL HILL MAN'S CAREER UP, UP AND AWAY 

CAREER FOUNDED ON SOAP OPERA TRIVIA 

ACTRESS FINDING 'REBELLION' CONSTANT 'FIGARO' SURPRISE 

FROM NEGLECT TO STARDOM 

'BULL DURHAM' PITCHER TRIES HAND AT VIKING ROLE 

YOUNG ACTOR J.H. NEWTON WENT BY LONG WAY FROM CHAPEL HILL TO 'SUPERBOY' 

ACTORS' CO-OP 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO ARTSCENTER (FORMERLY CARRBORO ART SCHOOL) 
ACTORS' CO-OP ONE-ACTS FALL SHORT 
UNDER THE STREET HAS 'NO EXIT' 
MARRIAGE! RUSSIAN-STYLE 
THE JOKE WEARS OUT IN CARRBORO 'THE MARRIAGE' 

ACUREX CORP. 

RTI AWARDS $2.1 MILLION SUBCONTRACT TO ACUREX CORP. 

ACYCLOVIR 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 
1987 SALARIES INCHED UPWARD IN SOUTH 
STATE WARNS CONSUMERS ABOUT DRUG CLAIMS ON HERPES 
TRIANGLE PAIR RECEIVES NOBEL AWARDS 

AD VALOREM TAX 

SEE N.C. AD VALOREM TAX DIVISION 

ADAM AND EVE (BUSINESS) 
SEE ALSO PHE, INC. 
TAPES, MAGAZINES STOLEN FROM ADAM & EVE 
ADAM i, EVE STILL SUBJECT OF FEDERAL PROBE 
CARRBORO FIRM IS STILL TARGET OF FEDERAL PROBE 
ADAM & EVE PRESIDENT ASSISTS POOR IN THIRD WORLD 

ADAMS BILT, INC. 

AGREEMENT MADE ON PARK LAND 

ADAMS-MILLIS CORP. (HIGH POINT, N.C. ) 

SARA LEE BUYING ANOTHER COMPANY IN HIGH POINT 
SARA LEE PURCHASES 2 N.C. MANUFACTURERS 
BUSINESS BRIEFLY 



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H 


2 1/29/1988 D 


9 P F U66 


H 


2 6/16/1988 B 


1 P N W29 


H 


2 9/14/1988 B 


16 P 


S 


2 10/13/1988 D 


1 P F B71 


S 


2 3/17/1988 D 


1 P F B71 


H 


2 3/20/1988 B 


1 P N K65 


H 


2 4/17/1988 D 


4 U W09 


H 


2 6/11/1988 C 


4 N 


S 


2 9/22/1988 D 


1 P F T44 


S 


2 11/03/1988 D 


1 P F B71 


S 


2 12/08/1988 D 


1 P F B71 


H 


2 1/15/1988 D 


12 P F U66 


H 


2 1/23/1988 C 


1 P N N36 


H 


1 3/30/1988 C 


1 P N H60 


H 


2 4/30/1988 B 


2 P F 


H 


2 5/02/1988 A 


6 P F H45 


H 


2 5/06/1988 D 


11 P F W66 


S 


2 5/25/1988 B 


1 P F G59 


CHH 1 6/16/1988 A 


6 P F 


CHH 1 8/11/1988 A 


1 P N Vll 


S 


2 9/09/1988 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 9/16/1988 D 


6 P F W66 


H 


2 11/02/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 11/10/1988 D 


11 N 


H 


2 12/13/1988 E 


12 P N 



H 2 2/14/1988 B 6 R L59 

H 2 4/29/1988 D 9 N W66 

S 2 5/12/1988 D 6 P P 

H 2 5/13/1988 D 11 R W66 



2 1/25/1988 A 5 N 



H 2 2/21/1988 B 8 N 
H 2 3/08/1988 A 14 N 
S 2 10/17/1988 A 1 P N M06 



H 2 3/16/1988 B 3 N 

CHH 1 7/06/1988 A 1 P N H90 

S 2 7/19/1988 B 9 N 

H 2 9/06/1988 B 1 P N 



3 2/05/1988 C 1 N B81 



H 2 2/09/1988 C 5 N 
S 2 2/11/1988 C 4 N 
H 2 8/18/1988 D 6 N 



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'ADAM'S RIB' SWITCHES MAKE UPSIDE-DOWN COMEDY 



(m;m ^^^Sr^^i^HTPq HELP BUSINESSES KEEP COMPETITIVE EDGE 

^^m^^w^mmmK nam today 

ffl ON Si CAN TSF^Tr^ BE SIGNED TODAY 
COURT AGREES AHARON DESERVES COMMISSION 
ffipERS*^ SK TOGO'S NRHAN TRACT 
Se 3 S HMUl TO MO* tC*™* 

M SWHUaB ST^CHES URHAH COMY SE*S 
ADARON GROUP FLAYS GATE^Y FOR D^-HAM 

kHmHUHn «* 

DUKELONGINTERESTED IN AMERICAN TOBACCO SITE 

KIIIlB«H«iMn-i ^ ™™. 

ADDICTION „,„„„ 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO JOGOING 1J U 

^KoSM^'cI^SIdS^ £UG ADDICTION 
^CES^KWui^SFIDNDTONEW^mET...' (CARTOON) 

ISSI &$ ^ N^ToK&*TERS FUMING 
STATE SMOKING OVER KOOP REPORT 

IffegS MM . w Men. 

WHICH ADDICTION KILLS? 
GO AFTER REAL KILLERS 

NICOTINE REPORT MAY INCREASE PRESSURE ON TOBACCO INDUSTRY 

TOBACCO MORE ADDICTING THAN ALCOHOL 

^EVERETT K^'SCTGARETTES FOR SLOW LEARNERS (CARTOON) 

TquITSWKING/ JUDGE ORDERS TEXAS WOMAN 

CIGARETTE 'REMEDIES' 

APPEAL AGAINST RJR REJECTED 

MI6RAINEREMEDY MAY BE ADDICTIVE 

KOOPRBCUS HIS ATTACK ON SMOKING, SMOKELESS CIGARETTE TARGETED 
COCAINE ADDICTION INCREASING 

ADJUSTABLE RATE HCRTGAGES (ARM) 
SEE ALSO MORTGAGE RATES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO MORTGAGE RATES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MORTGAGE RATES, U.S. 

^OFftS KU IS FILLIP J> 
""WSmBBUOTES SPf AWARD UILL GO TO SOME TRIANGLE TEENAGER 

^TsoTc^Sl- a^tTyI K|k study mission 

COURT DENIES IN-STATE RATE FOR STUDENT 

AM S£E C ALSO ADOLESCENT FAMILY LIFE ACT 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO CRUISING 



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2 5/06/1988 D 


6 R L59 


H 


2 2/04/1988 A 


6 P B L41 


H 


2 7/20/1988 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 7/20/1988 A 


1 P N P38 


H 


2 7/20/1988 B 


8 N P41 


S 


2 7/20/1988 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 7/21/1988 A 


1 N N36 


s 


2 10/20/1988 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 10/28/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 10/31/1988 A 


1 N T33 


s 


2 10/31/1988 A 


1 N M06 


s 


2 11/16/1988 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 11/17/1988 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 11/17/1988 A 


1 M N C60 


H 


2 11/18/1988 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 11/18/1988 A 


1 N C60 


S 


2 11/18/1988 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 11/20/1988 A 


1 N N36 


H 


2 11/20/1988 D 


4 E 


H 


2 11/23/1988 C 


1 N N36 


H 


2 12/31/1988 A 


1 N S51 



5/16/1988 A 
5/17/1988 A 
5/17/1988 A 
5/17/1988 A 
5/17/1988 B 
5/18/1988 A 
5/19/1988 A 
5/19/1988 C 
5/20/1988 A 
5/20/1988 A 
5/21/1988 B 
5/22/1988 B 
5/25/1988 A 
5/26/1988 A 
5/27/1988 A 
5/29/1988 A 
6/01/1988 A 
6/15/1988 A 
6/15/1988 C 
6/18/1988 B 
7/30/1988 A 
8/28/1988 B 



H 2 1/10/1988 F 1 D N 
H 2 2/07/1988 B 10 N 

CHH 1 12/21/1988 A 1 N L40 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 




H 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1 


N 


1 P N 


4 T T C50 


4 1 


" T 


11 


N 


1 P N H02 


4 


E 


11 


N 


4 


L 


4 


L 


1 


U T30 


3 


N 


4 


L 


4 


L 


4 T T 


18 


N 


6 T F Zll 


1 


N 


2 


U 


1 


U T30 


1 


P N 


1 


N M51 



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SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, YOUTH 

SEE ALSO ENJOYING YOUR TEENS (CHAPEL HILL HERALD COLUMN) 

SEE ALSO IMPROVING THE STATE OF THE ADOLESCENT IN ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 

SEE ALSO RECREATION, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO RUNAWAYS 

SEE ALSO TWEENS 

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

SEE ALSO WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 

COSTLY EAVESDROPPING CALLS GIVES PARENTS A PHONEPHOBIA 

MOVE OVER YUPPIES, ADVERTISERS HAVE BEGUN TARGETING A NEW 'TWEEN' MARKET 

TEEN CLUB MIXES FUN, LOW-KEY WORSHIP 

TEENAGERS SHOW COURAGE IN FIGHTING CANCER AGAINST ALL ODDS 

RULING ON COMMITTING MINORS UPHELD 

AN UNFAIR COMMITMENT 

IS THERE HOPE FOR GRADUATES? 

CLASS OF '88 FACES CHALLENGES 

TODAY'S YOUTH IN CRISIS 

YOUNG PEOPLE TOO HUNG UP ON SUPERFICIALITIES 

UNC ADOLESCENT CENTER MARKS 10 YEARS (CORRECTION PRINTED 9-10-88) 

ADOLESCENTS FACE CHANGING WORLD TODAY 

TIPS OFFERED FOR SMOOTHER BACK TO SCHOOL TRANSITION 

TEEN FASHION 

TEEN FASHION/JEANS FIT IN THIS FALL 

TEEN FASHION 

TEEN FASHION 

TEEN FASHION 

TEEN FASHION 

CRITICS SAY PRIVATE HOSPITALS WRONGLY COMMITTING MINORS TO PSYCHIATRIC. 

MENTAL TREATMENT OF ADOLESCENTS COMPLEX 

COUNTY HOPING MEETING WILL HELP YOUTH, AGENCIES 

WILMINGTON YOUTHS FIND TROUBLE 

THE STREET SCENE ALTERNATIVE 

GIVING INDEPENDENCE CAN BE AS FRIGHTENING AS GETTING IT 

IMPROVING THE STATE OF THE ADOLESCENT IN ORANGE COUNTY (AD) 

PUBLIC IMAGE OF TEENS CALLED DISTORTED 

THE CHURCH CONNECTION 

BMW CLUB: A MODEL GROUP 

CHANGE IN VALUES KEY TO COMBAT STEROID USE 

ADOLESCENCE, ALCOHOLISM 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, ALCOHOL USE . „„„„„.,. 

SURVEY LOOKS AT MARIJUANA, ALCOHOL USE OF WAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS 
WAKE GRADUATION PARTY AIMED AT CURBING DRINKING BY TEENS 
HIGH SCHOOL CLUBS COVER ALCOHOL USE 

ADOLESCENCE, DRUG ABUSE 
SEE CHILDREN, DRUGS 
SEE DRUG ABUSE 

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

ADOLESCENCE, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 
DUKE DAY HOSPITAL TREATS TROUBLED TEENS 
APPELLATE RULING ON YOUNG MENTAL PATIENTS 



SCARY,' SOME OFFICIALS SAY 



ADOLESCENCE, HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, STATE SERVICES 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 
SEE ALSO TEEN-LINK 

'TEEN CITY' DOCTOR'S LATEST DREAM— AND HER DREAMS TEND TO COME TRUE 
HEALTH DEPARTMENT SENDING MESSAGE TO TEEN-AGED MALES 

ADOLESCENCE, PREGNANCY 

SEE PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 



H 2 


1/24/1988 B 


6 N 


H 2 


1/24/1988 B 


7 N 


H 2 


3/09/1988 C 


1 P N P38 


S 2 


4/01/1988 B 


1 P F G59 


H 2 


6/01/1988 A 


1 N 


H 2 


6/07/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 


6/11/1988 A 


4 U A20 


CHH 1 


6/11/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 


7/07/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


7/30/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


9/09/1988 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


9/09/1988 A 


3 N S17 


H 2 


9/15/1988 B 


5 N D80 


H 2 


9/24/1988 A 


6 P F B90 


H 2 


9/24/1988 A 


7 P F B90 


H 2 


9/24/1988 A 


6 P F K30 


H 2 


9/24/1988 A 


6 P F T37 


H 2 


9/24/1988 A 


7 P F M66 


H 2 


9/24/1988 A 


7 P F T37 


H 2 


9/26/1988 C 


1 N 


H 2 


9/30/1988 A 


4. L 


CHH 1 


9/30/1988 A 


3 N M25 


S 2 10/04/1988 C 


3 N 


CHH 1 


10/10/1988 A 


3 P N S12 


S 2 10/24/1988 C 


1 N 


CHH 1 


10/27/1988 A 


2 A 


CHH 1 


11/04/1988 A 


7 P N M25 


H 2 


11/20/1988 E 


1 P F S56 


H 2 11/20/1988 E 


1 P F S56 


S 2 12/20/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 


2/25/1988 A 


14 N 


H 2 


6/07/1988 B 


10 N 


S 2 10/10/1988 C 


3 N 



S 2 4/15/1988 B 1 P F G59 
H 2 7/05/1988 B 1 N S82 



4/14/1988 B 1 P N J40 
6/11/1988 C 6 P N D22 



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ADOLESCENCE, SEXUAL ACTIVITY 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 
SEE ALSO PREMARITAL SEX 
SEE ALSO SEX EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL BEHAVIOR 

CHASTITY ACT WRONG „ 

RELIGION THE GREATER DANGER? 

ADOLESCENCE, SMOKING 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO 
TEEN SMOKING! PARENTS' 



ROLE GETS A NEW LOOK 



ADOLESCENCE, SUICIDES _„___ 

■ 3Ji G»S S K K SUICIDE COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES, N.C. 

TEENS DISCUSS SUICIDE ATTESTS 
TEENS DISCUSS SUICIDE ATTEMPTS 

SIW^&?^^ ™ TEEN SU1CIIC 

TEENS RISKING LIVES TAKING CAFFEINE PILLS 

KELP AVAILABLE FOR PROBLEMS 

l^mW%&£!!nM* MB OF SELF-INRICTJD GUN WOUND 

^^if^^COWTY HOSPITAL, ADOLESCENT CARE UNIT 

ADOLESCENT FAMILY LIFE ACT 
SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 
RELIGION THE GREATER DANGER? 

AI10LESCENTS-IN-NEED PROGRAM 

U6TER MANAGEMENT DEBATED IN ORANGE „ 
ORANGE HKHINVESTIGATING ON-CAMPUS DAY CARE 

•^SEE^ALSO DURHAM POLICE DEPT., SCHOOL LIAISON PROGRAM 
MIDDLE SCHOOLS STUDY 'ADOPT-A-COP' PROJECT 

ADOPT-A-FRIEND PROGRAM mTrAr>rv _ 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 
FIFTH-GRADERS ADOPT HANDICAPPED FRIENDS 

ADOPT-A-GRANDPARENT PROGRAM 

^FR&T^S IN SPECIE RELATIONSHIP 
ADOPT-A-HIGHUAY PROGRAM 

^AI^MSy'p^RAM FSOPOSEDTO FIGH7 LITTER 
& S ^S^=Ng«ATET^^OR SJLLS- BALLPARK 

ADOPT-A-PET 

^^ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY OF DURHAM ADOPT-A-FET (AD) 



H 2 4/06/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 7/13/1988 A 4 L 



2 7/22/1988 A 6 N 



s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


3 


H 


3 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 


1 


Ctt- 


1 1 


C* 


1 1 


H 


2 



2/09/1988 A 
2/10/1988 A 
4/30/1988 C 
4/30/1988 C 
4/30/1988 B 
6/07/1988 A 
6/11/1988 C 
10/31/1988 C 
11/10/1988 A 
11/10/1988 B 
11/11/1988 A 
11/11/1988 A 
11/11/1988 A 
11/18/1988 A 
11/26/1988 B 



10 


J Oil 


5 


J Oil 


1 


N L90 


1 


N L90 


2 


N 


4 


E 


1 


N 


1 


N S92 


2 


N 


1 


N G44 


1 


N R63 


1 


N R63 


4 


E 


1 


P N R63 


1 


U 



H 2 7/13/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 1/20/1988 B 1 P M M10 
CHH 1 6/13/1988 A 1 P N L90 



S 2 12/27/1988 A 1 N S92 



H 2 5/30/1988 A 19 N 



S 2 6/08/1988 B 1 P F G59 



H 2 4/15/1988 A 10 N 
S 2 4/18/1988 A 4 E 
S 2 9/29/1988 A 1 N U82 



H 2 7/14/1988 A 3 P A 



ADOPT-AN- ANIMAL 



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PLANNED PARENTHOOD; DURHAM MUSEUM SAYS ADOPTING ANIMALS HELPS WITH CARE 
MUSEUM PROVIDES EXTRA CARE THROUGH ADOPTION PROGRAM 

ADOPTION 

SEE ALSO ADOPTION RECORDS 

SEE ALSO FOSTER CARE 

SEE ALSO FOSTER PARENTS 

SEE ALSO FRIENDS OF BLACK CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO OURS THROUGH ADOPTION 

ADOPTION IS OPTION FOR MANY 

AGENCIES CAN HELP 

OURS HELPS FAMILIES DECIDE ON ADOPTION 

FLA. PRISONER TRIES TO STOP GIRL'S ADOPTION 

A LIFETIME OF NURTURING; MRS. VILLINES HAS CARED FOR 43 FOSTER CHILDREN 

SBI LINKS 2 GUILFORD OFFICIALS IN ADOPTION CASE 

N.C. COUPLE BATTLING FOR CUSTODY OF CHILD ADOPTED IN CANADA 

NAMING PARENT IN ADOPTION CASES OFTEN DIFFICULT 

N.C. COMMISSION DISCUSSES ADOPTION REGISTRY 

COURT REJECTS PRIVACY BASIS FOR SUITS 

ADOPTEE'S SEARCH FINDS BIRTH MOTHER — A NEU BEST FRIEND 

DORIS DUKE ADOPTS 35-YEAR-OLD AS A DAUGHTER 

MINORITY ADOPTION IS VICTIM OF RUMOR - SOCIAL WORKER 

ADOPT A BALLOON 

GOOD CAUSE ILL-SERVED BY BALLOON LITTER 

ADOPTION INFORMATION EXCHANGE 

DEBATE OVER OPENING OF ADOPTION RECORDS CONTINUES 
ADOPTEE'S SEARCH FINDS BIRTH MOTHER — A NEU BEST FRIEND 

ADOPTION RECORDS 
SEE ALSO ADOPTION 
DEBATE OVER OPENING OF ADOPTION RECORDS CONTINUES 
N.C. COMMISSION DISCUSSES ADOPTION REGISTRY 

ADULT BOOKSTORES 

SEE ALSO BOOKSTORES 
SEE ALSO BOOKSTORES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO PORNOGRAPHY 
NEU TRIAL ORDERED IN BOOKSTORE CASE 

ADULT DAY CARE 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS, DAY CARE 

FAST FRIENDS 

DAY CARE FOR ADULTS; ELDERLY, HANDICAPPED FIND HOMES AWAY FROM HOME 

STATE GIVING MORE FUNDING TO ELDERLY, DISABLED DAY CARE 

AREA MAY GET ADULT DAY CARE CENTER 

ADULT EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO ABLE (ADULT BASIC LITERACY EDUCATION) 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. OFFICE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO PEER LEARNING 

SEE ALSO SATURDAY SCHOOL FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS, EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO SHARED LEARNING 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 

ADULT EVENING CLASSES - 1988 (AD) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

ABLE LITERACY PROGRAM DRAWS NATIONAL ATTENTION 

THE ALARMS OF ILLITERACY _ 

SOCIAL WORKERS, COMMUNITY COLLEGE TO FIGHT ILLITERACY IN FOUR COUNTIES 

READ! PLUG INTO LIFE 

BUILDING TOWARD LITERACY 

NOW YOU'RE COOKIN' 

EDUCATION TAKES DETERMINATION 

N.C, COMMUNITY COLLEGES FILL NICHE 

LITERACY PROGRAM REACHES PRISONERS 

HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUTS AMONG PROUD GRADUATES OF DURHAM TECH 



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7/10/1988 C 8 P N D22 



s 


2 1/21/1988 A 


6 P F G59 


S 


2 1/21/1988 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 2/06/1988 B 


7 


N A80 


H 


2 4/14/1988 C 


8 


N 


S 


2 5/06/1988 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 5/27/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


1 6/14/1988 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 9/23/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


S 


2 9/26/1988 A 


5 


J on 


H 


2 10/07/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/09/1988 B 


14 


N 


H 


2 11/12/1988 A 


1 


N 


CHH 1 11/21/1988 A 


1 


N H90 


Ofr 


1 11/22/1988 A 


1 


P P L38 


CHH 1 11/26/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 2/28/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 10/09/1988 B 


14 


N 


H 


2 2/28/1988 B 


11 


N 


S 


2 9/26/1988 A 


5 


J on 



H 2 2/17/1988 B 10 N 



S 2 2/06/1988 A 5 P P S73 

S 2 9/27/1988 C 1 P N U82 

S 2 10/11/1988 B 4 N 

CHH 1 10/20/1988 A 1 N M25 



H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

S 

CHH 

H 



1/05/1988 A 

3/16/1988 A 

3/18/1988 B 

3/24/1988 A 

4/01/1988 

4/04/1988 

4/22/1988 

4/23/1988 

5/03/1988 

5/12/1988 

6/13/1988 

6/23/1988 



10 
2 



A 

N 

N 

E 

N H60 

E 

E 

P 

F 

N 

N H90 

N J40 



S76 
S27 



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N 
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H 

S 
H 
H 
S 
H 



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S I T 

E L Y 

C -re L P ML 



H 
H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



USE OF COf^NUIJS ETACATION CLAKSS WOWING IN DURHAM 
K'FUTUAL OF CLASSES BENEFITS COMMUNITY 
SKmiN^H« e COUN^ SCHOOLS M» 
Art* T FUFNTNG CI ASSES — FALL QUAhTth lroa ^«u; 

^^KtTKWK^ REQUEST 

HJTNER COWISSITO JO fCET TUEOTAYQN FBMJ S REQUEST 
BUTNER OKS WATER ALLOCATION FOR AETC HUM 

rfWANY SETS BUTNER HEARING 

MT^ COMPANY HOLDING INFORMATION MEETING 
SttttV^AL TAIJ<S OF GOOD NEIGHBOR IMAGE 
SlLLE C CWM DONERS AWAR? m fP V*™* 1 
CffltfWfTO HOLD MEETING IN BUTNER 
COMPANY GETSQUESTIONS AT BUTNER HEARING 

ADVANCED TRAINING INSTITUTE OF AMERICA 

SEEALSO HOME INSTRUCTION „„„„,„ 

HOME SCWOOL TRACED TO BIBLE'S DEUTERONOMY 

ADVENT TRADITIONS AND CUSTOMS 

S ^ S ThS T AWENT PLANNED IN LOUISBURG 

^SEE^ALSO CROSS-COUNTRY TRIPS 
SEE ALSO MOUNTAIN CLIMBING 
SEE ALSO SAILING 

l£«a sv* 1 ^.™™ - — « 

ADVERTISING 

■ SS ^g^^RTISINB 

1 SLI8 SlT^ ADVERTISEMENTS 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION ADVERTISING 

NORTH CAROLINA TOUTED AS 'FIRST IN FISH 

&g^^ t *&£^*£^B* '«™ A NEH 'TWEEN' MARKET 

DURHAM WOMAN IN HALL OF FAME 

fMtoS FRU T^OK^TCAN LIVE UITW3UT THAT NAME 

mmwiTY ALLEGES PLAN ADS TO RECRUIT STUDENTS 

AGENCY BAILEDOUT ONAIRLINE'S NO-SMOKING ADS 

£23 ^^TTODS ON HOW YOU DEFINE 'PRICE- 

AI^TIS^^P^E|gS TEACH YO^CXLEA^S TROPES 

STILL ANGRY - " OF COURSE I'M STILL AMUKT! ilhmimt 

KiATIVE CwSVcCRDS MAKING UAVES IN WKE PERKINS LIBRARY 

AD SECTION IN MAGAZINE TOUTS N.C. 

ADVERTISING ARCHIVES ARRIVE AJIUKE 

MKTO PROMOTE PARK'S UNDEVELOPED ACREAGE 

UNC TO HOST ADVERTISING TEACHING SEMINAR 

PREPS HOPING FOR 'SNEAKER' MONEY 

ADVERTISING COWUNICATIONS, INC. 
PARRISH ST. ON CAMERA 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

CHH 1 



7/09/1988 C 
7/30/1988 A 
9/06/1988 A 
9/06/1988 A 
9/20/1988 C 
9/21/1988 C 
10/09/1988 A 



4 
4 
8 

11 D 
2 
5 
3 



N D22 

E 

A 

A 

N 

N K65 

N Vll 



2 4/12/1988 B 5 N WO 



6/02/1988 B 
6/04/1988 B 
6/17/1988 C 
6/23/1988 
7/30/1988 
8/31/1988 
9/02/1988 
9/07/1988 
9/21/1988 
10/21/1988 



N 

N T33 
N 

N T33 
N T33 
N 

N T33 
N H60 
N 
N T33 



H 2 10/10/1988 C 1 P N J40 



H 1 12/01/1988 C 1 N 



2 3/29/1988 C 1 
2 9/19/1988 C 2 



P N M51 
P U L57 



S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

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



1/11/1988 A 
1/12/1988 B 
1/24/1988 B 
2/24/1988 A 
3/18/1988 C 
4/17/1988 B 
4/20/1988 A 
4/21/1988 
4/29/1988 
5/30/1988 
6/17/1988 
6/17/1988 
6/20/1988 
9/25/1988 
9/29/1988 - 
10/12/1988 C 
10/29/1988 C 
11/12/1988 A 
12/26/1988 B 



1 

6 I 

7 

6 

3 

1 
16 

5 
4 
1 
3 
4 
4 
3 
7 
1 
1 
7 
4 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

U N36 
N 
N 
L 

U U57 

N K65 

I T R56 

E 
> U H45 
N 
N 

N K65 
P N 
N 



H 2 12/03/1988 C 3 P P T32 



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ADVERTISING FRAUD 

SEE FALSE ADVERTISING 
SEE FRAUD 

ADVICE 

GIVING ADVICE IS EASY 

ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

AEOLIAN ORGAN 

SEE ALSO ORGANS (MUSICAL) 
ORGAN WAR? DUKE CHAPEL INSTRUMENT STIRS DEBATE 
AEOLIAN A MAZE OF PIPES AND WIRES 
DON'T DISCARD AEOLIAN ORGAN 
DON'T THROW AWAY DUKE'S AEOLIAN ORGAN 
PRESERVE AEOLIAN ORGAN 
RESTORE THE ORGAN 
AEOLIAN: WINDS OF PRAISE 
ALL ORGANS NEED MAINTENANCE 
ORGAN DEBATE FOLLOWED 

AERIAL ASCENSIONS LTD. 

UP, UP AND AWAY! REPORTER FINDS HOT-AIR BALLOON A NOVEL WAY TO DROP IN 

AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHY 
WHAT ARE V-SHAPED SIGNS? 

AERO ACCESSORIES INC. 

AIRCRAFT PARTS COMPANY SOARING 

AEROBIC DANCE (INCLUDES AEROBIC EXERCISE) 
SEE ALSO AQUA AEROBICS 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
SEE ALSO EXERCISE 
SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FITNESS 

NON-IMPACT AEROBICS (CORRECTION PRINTED 3-8-88) 

CORRECTION 

AMERICAN CHILDREN 'IN TERRIBLE SHAPE,' PEDIATRICIAN SAYS 

"AESOP'S FABLES" 

4TH-GRADE FABLES 

YOUTH THEATER TROUPE GOES BACK IN TIME TO DAYS OF AESOP'S LORE 

AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

SEE DURHAM COMMITTEE ON THE AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 

SEE ALSO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO JOB DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PROGRAMS 

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

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION DESERVES A CHANCE 

NCCU OPENS BLACK HISTORY PROGRAMS WITH ATTACK ON REAGAN ADMINISTRATION 

UUNC-TV AMONG STATIONS UAfttED ON MINORITY HIRING 

HOSPITAL CORPORATION TO PAY $1.3 MILLION FOR TWO SCAf«€RS 

MINORITY SUBCONTRACTORS SEEK MORE TIME FOR BIDS 

MINORITY, WOMEN'S SUPPORT OF CIVIC CENTER FALLING SHORT 

CITY SHORT OF GOALS ON MINORITY CONTRACTS 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES PLAWED 

BROWN URGES HIRING MORE MINORITIES 

AFGHANISTAN 

RUMOR ALLOWED TO RUN 



2 4/20/1988 A 4 L 



H 


2 


8/21/1988 D 


1 P F N36 


H 


2 


8/21/1988 D 


1 P F N36 


H 


2 


8/24/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


8/25/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


8/30/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


9/02/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


9/07/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


9/08/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


9/19/1988 A 


4 L 



S 2 6/18/1988 B 1 P U M06 

H 2 4/19/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 9/08/1988 D 6 P N 



S 2 3/05/1988 A 5 P P L38 
S 2 3/08/1988 A 7 N 
H 2 3/31/1988 D 6 N D80 



H 2 4/14/1988 B 
CHH 1 7/08/1988 A 



5 P P S76 
3 P N Vll 



H 


2 


1/19/1988 A i 


t L 


H 


2 


2/20/1988 A V 


\ P N N36 


H 


2 


2/26/1988 C ' 


> N 


H 


2 


3/10/1988 C ' 


) N C60 


S 


2 


4/22/1988 A 


I N H70 


S 


2 


6/16/1988 A 


I N H70 


H 


2 


6/17/1988 C 


I N 


H 


2 


7/08/1988 B ' 


? N 


S 


2 


8/11/1988 A 


I N H70 



H 2 1/05/1988 A 4 L 



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RUSSIANS CRUSHED AFGHANS' TRUE REVOLUTION 
P^K S^mSI TO CONTINUE IN AFGHANISTAN 
PAKISTANI OFFICIAL CITES REFUGEE WOES 
ANGUISH OF AFGHANISTAN 

K& F HfAL?& <«RTW.> 
SEN. HELMS DEFENDED 

SWrMlM^TO KEEP WE PEM5? (CARTOON) 
K PaLOUT^RELY FACE-SAVING GESTURE 
REAGAN DOCTRINE IS WORKING 

S I C TE aKDfw& IN PAKISTAN __ 
DUKE SURGEON TREATSaS RESISTANCE FIGHTERS 

rGi^sSlS^KKGHTIER TH* BULLETS 
AFRICA (SEE ALSO NAMES OF COUNTRIES) 

H ALSO KUANZAA (AFRICAN FESTIVAL) 
SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 
S ^^0RD A ENDS A F0l)R-NATI0N TOUR OF AFRICA 

program: [splS for African stuknts 

SK &™ STILL PRACTICED 
PCTHT^SOR AT DUKE WRITES BOOK ON AFRICA 
ATOBWTREK! POTHOLES AND PRISTINE BEAUTY 
•TERRIFYING GORILLA TURNS AND RUNS 

THE AFRICA NEW COOKBOOK! AFRICAN COOKING FOR WESTERN KITCHENS 
SEE ALSO AFRICAN FOOD 
SEE ALSO COOKBOOKS 
OUT OF AFRICA 

AFRICA NEWS (DURHAM NEWS OPERATION) 
AFRICANS VISIT TRIANGLE 
OUT Of AFRICA 

AFRICAN-AMERICAN DANCE ENSEMBLE 
SEE ALSO AFRICAN DANCE 
SEE ALSO ALAYANFE 
SEE ALSO DANCE _, r ^ iT _ 

ffSK^TQEE PRESERVED 

$ I8 0FF^»M ™ 

a ffc^I^LL DISF1AY 'FIERY ANGER- 

^KcKKnS 'EAGLE' AWARD 

DWIS 1 TO3UPE I IN E WINST0N STREETSCENE, RALEIGH 'FIREBIRD' 
ADF SEASON HIGHLIGHTS NOTED 

SSI S&jglijmFMR*.- »iu.r c. «m 

TOURSTOPS IN DURHAM TONIGHT 
DANCERS WITH CLASS 

AFRICAN ART 

WaMHBt tv™ 

N.C. STATE 'ICONS' GOOD SURVEY OF 'IN' ART 
AFRICAN GARB mrrr ,„ 
FROM AFRICA TO N.C. CENTRAL 

AFRICAN DANCE 



N 
P 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 



D — DATE- 



S 
E 

C -PG 



1/12/1988 
1/18/1988 
1/28/1988 
1/28/1988 
1/30/1988 
2/08/1988 
2/15/1988 
2/15/1988 
2/17/1988 
4/18/1988 
4/20/1988 
4/23/1988 
4/30/1968 
6/17/1988 B 
9/28/1988 B 
10/05/1988 A 
11/06/1988 B 



A 
A 
C 
C 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



4 
4 

17 
1 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
& 
3 
4 
7 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

L 

L 

N N36 

N B85 

L 

L 

T 

L 

L 

T 

E 

L 

L 

N 

N D80 

L 

N 



R56 



R56 



H 
H 

H 

H 
H 
H 
H 



1/16/1988 A 
2/11/1988 C 
3/11/1988 C 
5/29/1988 D 
6/29/1988 B 
7/31/1988 D 
7/31/1988 D 



T32 
W13 



2 6/30/1988 C 1 P F Zll 



3/11/1988 C 3 P P T32 
6/30/1988 C 1 P F Zll 



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

s 

H 
H 
H 
CHH 



1/07/1988 D 
3/30/1988 C 
5/12/1988 D 
6/23/1988 D 
6/23/1988 D 
6/24/1988 C 
7/03/1988 C 
7/07/1988 D 
7/21/1988 D 
8/02/1988 A 
8/04/1988 D 
8/09/1988 A 
9/01/1988 D 
9/16/1988 D 
9/27/1988 B 
10/08/1983 B 
10/18/1988 A 



12 
1 
3 
2 
3 
2 
1 

c 

wl 

3 

11 
9 
9 
5 

12 
3 
5 
3 



N 

N W66 
N 
B71 



L59 
K30 



F 
N 
R 
F 
N 

N G59 
U W66 
F B71 
U W66 
F 

F W66 
U U66 
P 
P L38 



H 2 1/29/1988 D 10 P R G68 

H 2 2/05/1988 D 8 P R 668 

S 2 3/03/1988 C 5 P P T32 

H 2 12/10/1988 B 11 P P S76 



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SEE ALSO AFRICAN-AMERICAN DANCE ENSEMBLE 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
ST. JOSEPH'S BACK IN BUSINESS WITH 0B0 ADDY 

AFRICAN FOOD 

SEE ALSO THE AFRICA NEW COOKBOOK: AFRICAN COOKING FOR WESTERN KITCHENS 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
OUT OF AFRICA 

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 
SEE AME ZION CHURCH 

AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS 
SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 
WHY DIDN'T REAGAN PROTEST? 
TERRORISM AGAINST CHILDREN 

AFRO-AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER 
SEE ALSO BLACK HISTORY 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, N.C. 
CHARLOTTE VOLUNTEERS PLAN TO SAVE TWO REMAINING 'SHOTGUN HOUSES' 



AFTER THE DEADLINE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
AFTER THE DEADLINE! READING YOUR NEIGHBORS' 



MAIL 



AGAPE CORNER 

CHILDREN FIND 



'GOD'S LOVE' AT AGAPE CORNER 



AGE DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO OLDER WORKER PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO SEX DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO SEX STEREOTYPES 
LEGISLATORS TACKLE AGE DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING 
GREENSBORO INDUSTRIES FOR BLIND PLANS MEETING OVER COMPLAINTS 

AGED 

SEE SENIOR CITIZENS 

AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN AID 
RTI 'BRIDGES' PROGRAM FOCUSES ON EDUCATION IN DEVELOPING NATIONS 
PEACE GROUPS BOOST MARXISTS 
AID BREAKING THE LAW 
TIE AID TO IMPROVEMENT 

AGENCYONE 

3-DAY SEMINAR AT UNC TO GIVE TIPS ON RAISING CAPITAL BY SELLING STOCK 

AGENT ORANGE 

SEE ALSO CARCINOGENS 
SEE ALSO HERBICIDES 
SEE ALSO VIETNAM 
SEE ALSO VIETNAM VETERANS 

ZUMUALT PROGRAM ON TONIGHT 

ELMO RUSSELL ZUMWALT III, LAWYER, VIETNAM VETERAN DIES 

ZUMUALT! HUNDREDS STILL NEED COMPENSATION 

ELMO R. ZUMWALT III REMEMBERED FOR HIS COURAGE AND GOOD HUMOR 

STUDY! MOST SOLDIERS NOT HEAVILY EXPOSED TO AGENT ORANGE 

AGING 

SEE ALSO CENTENARIANS 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF AGING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, GERIATRICS PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO GERIATRICS 

SEE ALSO KERR-TAR AGING ADVISORY COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO LIFE EXPECTANCY 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 5/06/1988 D 3 P N 



H 2 6/30/1988 C 1 P F Zll 



H 2 4/07/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 8/10/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 3/23/1988 B 6 P N 

H 2 1/17/1988 D 5 U A20 
S 2 6/15/1988 B 1 P F G59 



S 2 4/19/1988 A 5 J Oil 
H 2 4/21/1988 C 7 N 



S 2 1/23/1988 A 8 P N W82 

H 2 5/25/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 5/25/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 9/29/1988 A 4 E 



S 2 3/05/1988 A 3 N U82 



H 2 5/22/1988 D 2 P F G09 

H 2 8/14/1988 B 2 N G09 

H 2 8/15/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 8/18/1988 C 6 N 

S 2 9/02/1988 B 7 N 



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I T 
L Y 
L P 



BYL 



9FF ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF AGING 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY DEPT. ON AGING 
SEE ALSO S COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 

LIFE BEGINS AT 60? 

WHEN 40 NEARS, SO DO fEARS^ 
g^^I^&^S^R-HD F*AISED REFmiCAN GOVERNOR 

M MB S^WnGS^ ON PADDLIN. 

SftH ' wrafflfi WtfMKMENT F CFFECDERflL APPROPRIATIONS ^^ 

^S^freiSrarTIMM IFCHEMSTKY HELPS US LIVE LONGER 

fKUfOS^^^mjm ELICRLY 
OLDER ADULTS OFTEN TREATED POORLY 

AGORAPHOBIA 

SEE ALSO PHOBIAS 

SE AfinRAPHOBIA U TTJPIC OF TUESDAY MEETING 
dK^GROuV HELPS PEOPLE TAME PANIC ATTACKS 

COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENTS TO MEET 

AGRICULTURAL FAIRS 
SEE COUNTY FAIRS 

^ssSTn!c^icu.tural EXTENSION SERVICE 

^KaMlWcUS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY, CENTER PKSIKNT SAYS 
ffllfsH^ SM S TO GET RESEARCH INTO FIELD 

^^^TKf^KAINST PESTICIDE USE 

HWIh bwbh forests 

S&ITjNSPRAYING DELAYED PENDING STUDY 

^SEE^ALSO CHINA, AGRICULTURE 
SEE ALSO CROPS 
SEE ALSO FARMERS, N.C. 

M HI NONBUSINESS COtWCIL 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE 
SEE ALSO N.C. FARM BUREAU „ 

^NEW^-lxSs L^Nrf COUNTY BY COUNTY 

SEE ALSO N.C, D£ORTS 

SEE ALSO U.S., EXPORTS 

i^ ! IVy^Lfr DEAL TO EXPORT TONS OF FLOUNDER TO JAPAN 
N AWICULTK^Tri%1^S^GE CHANGE IN EXPORT PROGRAMS 

AHOSKIE, N.C. 



S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 2 

CHH 1 

S 2 



1/05/1988 A 
1/07/1988 A 
1/18/1988 A 
1/23/1988 C 
1/24/1988 B 
1/25/1988 A 
4/22/1988 B 
6/06/1988 C 
6/08/1988 B 
6/22/1988 B 
6/26/1988 D 
8/14/1988 B 
8/27/1988 C 
8/29/1988 
9/02/1988 
10/26/1988 
11/18/1988 
11/22/1988 
12/03/1988 



10 

10 
4 
1 
1 
4 

10 
1 

16 
1 
5 
9 
2 
6 
2 
c 
4 
7 
1 



R56 



N 

N D80 
E 

N 
N 
T 

N 
N 
N 

U C09 
U G33 
N 
N 

U G78 
N 
U 
E 
P N U80 
N 



S 2 3/23/1988 C 9 N 
S 2 6/03/1988 C 1 N H02 



H 1 8/13/1988 C 2 N 



2 3/30/1988 C 
2 6/02/1988 A 
2 9/01/1988 B 



12 P N M97 

13 N 

4 N A54 



CHH 1 8/01/1983 A 1 P N M25 

S 2 8/19/1988 C 1 N H70 

CHH 1 9/15/1988 A 1 N M25 

S 2 9/23/1988 C 1 P N H65 



S 2 8/11/1988 A 6 P F S27 



H 2 4/28/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 9/04/1988 C 6 N 
H 1 10/22/1988 C 3 N 



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AHOSKIE-TO-WILMINGTON PIPELINE 'LONG SHOT'— NATURAL GAS CHIEF 

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

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
SEE ALSO DURHAM DAY CARE COUNCIL 

STATE APPROVES SUBSIDIES FOR SOME TELEPHONE FEES 

POVERTY AND BROKEN HOMES HURTING MANY N.C. CHILDREN 

STATE CHANGES SPUR CUTS IN COUNTY EMERGENCY AID 

MORE THAN CONCERN NEEDED FOR CHILDREN 

GOV. MARTIN PRAISES STATE'S LOU WELFARE PAYMENT ERROR RATE 

BLEEDING THE TAXPAYER 

CHILD ADVOCATES SAY MANY CHILDREN VICTIMS OF INSUFFICIENT AID 

officials: poor kept from aid 
auditor: counties not reporting aid overpayments 
U.S. provides new deal for welfare recipients 
state charting new direction in welfare effort 



AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' (PLAY) 

GALLERY PLAYERS ARE PREPARING TO PRESENT 

AIOLI 



AIN'T MISBEHAVING' 



THE GRAND AIOLI PICNIC IS A FRENCH TRADITION; WHY NOT MAKE IT YOURS? 

AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE 
SEE ALSO AIRCARE 
SEE ALSO AMBULANCE SERVICE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, HELICOPTER SERVICE 
SEE ALSO EASTCARE 
SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL AIR OPERATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, HELICOPTER SERVICE 

INVESTIGATION TURNS UP NO SPECIFIC CAUSE FOR CRASH OF MEDICAL... 

READY FOR MEDICAL MISSIONS 

CAROLINA AIR CARE GIVES VICTIMS PRECIOUS MINUTES 

FAA PROBE STARTS WITH FIRM SERVING NCMH 

LIFE FLIGHT; FOR CRITICALLY ILL, HELP IS IN THE AIR 

DUKE PROGRAM SAVES LIVES 

AIR BAGS 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 
SEE ALSO SEAT BELTS 
LET INDIVIDUALS DECIDE 

AIR CONDITIONERS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, AIR CONDITIONING 
SEE ALSO FANS 

PEARSONTOWN HOPES FOR AIR CONDITIONING 

AIR-CONDITIONING TWO SCHOOLS TENTATIVELY APPROVED BY BOARD 

AIR-CONDITIONING OF SCHOOLS OK'D 

MAINTAINING COOLING SYSTEM SAVES DOLLARS 

SIMPLE STEPS PUSH BACK NEED FOR AIR CONDITIONER 

GROWTH, MIDDLE SCHOOL PROJECTS DOMINATE SCHOOLS' BUILDING PLANS 

FANS CUT DOWN AIR CONDITIONING BILLS 

AIR CONDITIONER MALFUNCTIONS ; TRUCKS CALLED 

AC NEED NOT COOL BUDGET 

SCHOOLS NEED AIR CONDITIONING 

AIR CONDITIONER MAY HAVE STARTED MURRAY AVE. BLAZE 

AIR CONDITIONING, BEER SALES RISE WITH HEAT 

BELTS, COOLANT MAY KEEP YOUR CAR GOING 

STUDENT PASSES NATIONAL EXAMINATION 

COOL NEED NOT COST 

BLAZE LINKED TO WIRING 

THOUGH NO RESIDENTS INJURED, FIRE CLAIMS PIECES OF 14 LIVES 

THOUGH NO RESIDENTS INJURED, FIRE CLAIMS PIECES OF 14 LIVES 

POLICE LOG/AIR CONDITIONER STOLEN FROM APT. COMPLEX 

FIRE OFFICIALS SAY SHORT SPARKED APARTMENT BLAZE 

DIRTY INDOOR AIR IS NOTHING TO SNEEZE AT 

SHARP RISE IN INSPECTION FEES UPSETS HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING... 



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S 
N E E 
P D — DATE — C 


I T 

L Y 

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H 1 2/10/1988 B 


6 N 



H 


1 1/05/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 3/17/1988 D 


6 


N 


S 


2 3/17/1988 C 


1 


N M06 


S 


2 3/18/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 6/10/1988 A 


16 P N 


H 


2 8/03/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 8/30/1988 A 


9 


N 


S 


2 9/06/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 9/30/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 10/14/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 12/20/1988 C 


1 


N A54 



H 1 2/18/1988 B 1 N H60 



H 2 6/23/1988 C 4 U 



H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

S 

S 



1/29/1988 C 
3/30/1988 C 
7/23/1988 A 
7/30/1988 A 
10/12/1988 B 
10/12/1988 B 



N 
P 

N B21 
N B21 
F S27 
F S27 



H 2 1/08/1988 A 4 L 



s 


2 


2/24/1988 A 


1 


N S92 


H 


3 


3/08/1988 B 


1 


N L90 


H 


3 


3/16/1988 C 


1 


N BIO 


S 


2 


4/30/1988 A 


5 


U H05 


S 


2 


5/07/1988 A 


5 


U H05 


H 


3 


5/12/1988 B 


1 


N L90 


S 


2 


5/14/1988 A 


5 


U H05 


S 


2 


5/23/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


5/28/1988 A 


5 


U H05 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


7/16/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/19/1988 B 


10 


N W29 


H 


2 


7/20/1988 B 


9 


N C47 


H 


1 


7/29/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


8/06/1988 A 


5 


U H05 


C* 


1 


8/21/1988 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


8/21/1988 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


8/21/1988 A 


1 


N M25 


CHH 1 


8/21/1988 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 


8/23/1988 B 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


8/30/1988 C 


1 


P N U82 


H 


2 10/14/1988 C 


1 P N A54 



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rnRUniRS WIT AT NEU COUNTY FEES; OFFICIALS TAKING 2ND LOOK... 

VBWHUHutt m « — « ™ 

S^LERRAIKS wTlNSPECTION FEES PROPOSES 

AIR F |$JbUNG THE PRESIDENT OFFERS SECOND-HAND NEWS " 

AIR IRAN 

^b^URGES CONCUSS TO RE-EWLUATE GULF STATUS S 



S 2 10/15/1988 B 1 P H65 

H 2 10/25/1988 C 1 N A54 

H 2 10/31/1988 A 5 L 

H 2 12/10/1988 C 1 N A54 



g£S BrSrn sS OF PERSIAN aJLF 'ACTION 

ffiy GOOD REASON FOR STOPPING GULF WAR 

SiaPPER' AEGIS RADAR HAS ICTECTO ^IDENTIFIED BOGEY... (CARTOON) 

NAWaiPPER TOOK RIGHT ACTION IN GULF 

TERRORISM VS. TRAGEDY 

AIR LINE PILOTS ASSOCIATION 

Pilots sueto halt contract between orion air, eastern 
air pollution 

SEE ALSO ACID RAIN 

SEE ALSO AUTO POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO CLEAN AIR ACT 

SEE ALSO CLIMATE 

SEE ALSO INCINERATORS 

SEE ALSO INMOR AIR POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO ODORS 

"WIBVBnuMWVir. ***** 

PARK CONFERENCE ONAIR POtLlTTIO^S IP IN SMOKE 

RADON BRINGING ATTENTION TO JNDW^R^ItNTlbl n Pi ANT 

DOWTOUN BURLINGTON COKPLAINS OF 0p« FT<OM Dp^FOOD PLANT 

DURH«««Nb1 COUNTIES VIOLATING CLEAN-AIR LAWS 

P^UTi™ S UIOLA?lKY S LEAD TO EMISSION TESTS OF CARS, TRUCKS 

DROUGHT-BIG BUSINESS LINK 

&ING COD™ MORE FEES.HIGKR TAXES 

■ miBi/t^W* PLMT EMISSIONS 

SH y t«EP H IflbE ™ 

CTATT SPUMES TEXASGULF AIR-EMISSIONS PERMIT 

HHMnru mm a » — 

R TIME TO DEAL WITH GREENHOUSE EFFECT 
Mm4 pSuTIONFROM WIDER 1-85 WORRY RESIDENTS 
^DWEWALWDSpllweaF CARBON DIOXIDE BUILDUP 



2 3/13/1988 B 1 U H49 



H 
S 



A 
A 
A 
B 
C 
A 



7/04/1988 
7/06/1988 
7/06/1988 
7/06/1988 
7/06/1988 
7/08/1988 
7/09/1988 B 
7/10/1988 D 
7/13/1988 A 
7/14/1988 A 



3/23/1988 B 
3/23/1988 A 



18 
11 



C50 



N 
E 
T 

N 

1 N 

E 

N T30 
■ T C50 

L 

E 



N R80 
N W82 



H 2 3/04/1988 B 5 N 



H 


*> 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 


1 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 


9 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


9 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



1/29/1988 A 

3/03/1988 B 

4/07/1988 B 

5/03/1988 

5/04/1988 

5/05/1988 

5/06/1988 

6/18/1988 
6/27/1988 B 
6/27/1988 B 
6/30/1988 B 
7/01/1988 A 
7/01/1988 
7/10/1988 
7/13/1988 
7/14/1988 
7/17/1988 
7/18/1988 
7/18/1988 
7/29/1988 
8/07/1988 
8/13/1988 
8/25/1988 
8/29/1988 
8/31/1988 B 
8/31/1988 A 
9/03/1988 A 
9/16/1988 A 
U/20/1988 A 



12 
1 
1 
7 
2 

18 

5 

3 

1 

1 I 
10 

4 

4 

3 

4 

3 
1 

4 

9 

14 

14 
3 

18 
1 
5 
4 
4 
1 

13 



N 

N T35 
N T35 
N M97 
N M97 
N M97 
N M97 
N 
N 
N 

N U29 
L 
L 
N B81 

E 

N R63 

N M02 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N K65 

N 

N S17 
P N 

E 

E 
P N H65 

N 



AIR POLLUTION, FINES 
SEE ALSO POLLUTION, 



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SEE ALSO WATER POLLUTION, FINES 
STATE AGENCY FIf£S LEXINGTON FURNITURE COMPANY «13,640 

AIR POLLUTION CONTROL ASSOCIATION 

PARK COM r ERENCE ON AIR POLLUTION GOES UP IN SMOKE 

AIR POLLUTION STANDARDS 

NATIONAL AIR POLLUTION SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULED FOR MAY 1-4 

RALEIGH-DURHAM VIOLATING AIR STANDARDS 

RADON BRINGING ATTENTION TO INDOOR AIR, SCIENTIST SAYS 

AIR POLLUTION CONTROLS MAY BE EXPANDED 

FIVE AREA COUNTIES VIOLATE OZONE STANDARDS 

AGENCY SUBMITS SCHEDULE FOR PLAN ON AIR POLLUTION 

N.C. POLLUTION REGULATIONS UNENFORCEABLE, OFFICIALS SAY 

ENVIRCMENTALISTS: RULING A SETBACK 

STATE SEEKS FEDERAL HELP ON ENVIRONMENTAL RULES 

AIR PRODUCTS (ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA) 

FIRM SUES ORANGE WATER AUTHORITY OVER PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL TESTS 

AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS CO. (UDI INDUSTRIAL PARK) 
BUILDING EVACUATED AS GAS CYLINDER VENTED 
OHASA BOARD OKS $75,000 FOR DEFENSE IN PATENT SUIT 
PATENT BID BY UTILITY 'DEFENSIVE' 
UTILITY FILES FOR PATENT 

OWASA SEEKS PROCESS PATENT; VOTE SATURDAY ON CHATHAM UATER SALE 
OMASA OKS MORE FUNDS FOR PATENT SUIT 
HIGHER OUASA RATES CALLED A LAST RESORT 

AIR QUALITY 

RTI AWARDS $2.1 MILLION SUBCONTRACT TO ACUREX CORP. 

ENVIRONMENTAL PANEL MAY RAISE PERMIT FEES 

TRIANGLE COUNTIES FACE EPA ACTION 

NATIONAL AIR POLLUTION SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULED FOR MAY 1-4 

RALEIGH-DURHAM VIOLATING AIR STANDARDS 

PARK CONFERENCE ON AIR POLLUTION GOES UP IN SMOKE 

RADON BRINGING ATTENTION TO INDOOR AIR, SCIENTIST SAYS 

HEALTH EXPERT WANTS BENZEtC PUT BACK ON LIST OF POLLUTANTS 

POLLUTION VIOLATIONS MAY LEAD TO EMISSION TESTS OF CARS, TRUCKS 

ASHEVILLE FACES OZ(M PROBLEM 

DIRTY INDOOR AIR IS NOTHING TO SNEEZE AT 

AIR SHOWS 

SEE ALSO AVIATION DAYS 
MARINES PLAN AVIATION DAYS CELEBRATION 
FLIGHT DOUBLE FEATURED 

CUTBACKS TO HURT TOURISM INDUSTRY fEAR FORT BRAGG 
NO N.C. PLANS TO GROUND AIR SHOWS 
AIR SHOWS ARE TOO RISKY 
SEYMOUR JOHNSON SHOWS WILL NOT BE CANCELED 
ARMY SAYS PILOT TO BLAME FOR HELICOPTER CRASH AT AIR SHOW 
AIR SHOW SET SUNDAY AT SEYMOUR JOHNSON 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS 
SEE ALSO AIRPORTS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT 
SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT, AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER 

PRIVATIZATION PANEL LARGELY WASTE OF FUNDS 

'PRIVATIZING' THE AIRWAYS 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SHOULD BE PRIVATIZED 

AIRPORT'S BRANTLEY SAYS OVERCROWDING REMARK MISLEADING 

RDU RECEIVES RADAR FUNDING 

IMPROVED RADAR COULD BE KEY TO SAFER FLYING 

JOYNER COMPLETES TRAINING 

RAMP CONTROLLERS FIGHT FLIGHT SCHEDULE DELAYS 

AIRBORtE WARNING AND CONTROL PLANES 
SEE AIRPLANES 



H 2 9/17/1988 B 3 N 



H 2 5/05/1988 A 18 N M97 



4/20/1988 C 

5/04/1988 B 

5/06/1988 C 

5/22/1988 B 

5/28/1988 B 

8/11/1988 A 

12/06/1988 A 

12/07/1988 C 

12/08/1988 A 



8 
3 
5 
1 
3 

12 
1 
6 

14 



N R80 

N 

N M97 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N C60 

N 



H 2 1/30/1988 D 



H 


2 


4/01/1988 C 


3 N 


H 


3 


5/24/1988 B 


1 N L90 


H 


3 


5/25/1988 B 


1 N L90 


H 


3 


5/28/1988 C 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


9/30/1988 A 


1 N L90 


CH- 


1 


11/24/1988 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


11/29/1988 A 


1 P N L90 


S 


2 


1/25/1988 A 


5 N 


H 


2 


3/15/1988 C 


5 N 


H 


2 


4/13/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/20/1988 C 


8 P N R80 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


5/05/1988 A 


18 N M97 


H 


2 


5/06/1988 C 


5 N M97 


H 


1 


6/04/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


6/30/1988 B 


10 N W29 


H 


2 


8/07/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


8/30/1988 C 


1 P N W82 


H 


1 


5/12/1988 B 


1 P N H60 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 D 


10 P F C19 


H 


1 


6/17/1988 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


8/30/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


8/31/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/31/1988 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


9/11/1988 B 


6 N 


H 


1 


10/21/1988 B 


1 P N H60 



3/23/1988 
3/27/1988 
3/31/1988 
6/22/1988 
7/01/1988 
7/02/1988 
9/13/1988 
11/19/1988 



E 
E 
L 
N 

N S92 
N 
N 
N P41 



AIRCARE 



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H ALSO En GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 
READY FOR KEDICAL MISSIONS 

AIRCRAFT CARRIERS „ AOOT _ ._. _—, 
SEE ALSO SUPER CARRIER' (TV SHOW) 
CARRIER DUTY NOT GLAKOROUS 



AIRCRAFT SAFETY 
SEE AIRPLANES, 



SAFETY 



""aii&ffiasffs?™ OT «™ ■ options 

SEE ALSO DEATHS, INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO DEATHS, U.S. 

12 FEARED DEAD IN RDU CRASH 

PANAM AIR DISASTER FOSTERS PASSENGER FEAR 

""£?$?& PILOTS ASSOCIATION 
SEE PILOTS 

AIRLINE STEWARDESSES 
SEE FLIGHT ATTENDAKTS 

""seFaLSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLAYS, INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS; AIRPLAYS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN AIRLINES 
SEE ALSO BRANIFF AIRLINES 
SEE ALSO BRITISH AIRWAYS 
SEE ALSO COmJTER AIRLINES 
SEE ALSO EASTERN AIRLINES 
SEE ALSO FLIGHT ATTENDANTS 

Hi 2"ln pS( S AMERICAN WORLD AIRUAYS 

H ALSO PARTNERSHIP RKIMPROVED AIR TRAVEL 

^yt^TOEOnf DIFFERENT SMUB HITS PHONE LISTINGS 
S^ CWLF^^^iEDWNTEXECUTIVES TO FLY BRANIFF 

VfinfeUR MWb FOR THE GROUND 
PUNISH AIRLINES, TOO 

AIRLINES, BAGGAGE 

^let^SIe? ON WITH *TI-t*UG W*R 

AIRLI a?rl« Sights after overling 



H 1 3/30/1988 C 3 P P 



H 2 3/28/1988 A 4 L 



S 2 4/20/1988 A 1 N ' WS2 
H 2 9/07/1988 B 2 N P41 



H 

S 
H 
H 
H 

H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 

s 



2/20/1988 
2/20/1988 
2/21/1988 
2/21/1988 
2/21/1988 
2/21/1988 
2/22/1988 .. 
2/22/1983 B 
2/22/1988 A 
2/23/1988 
2/24/1988 
2/25/1988 
2/26/1988 
12/27/1988 



N 

N B85 
N A54 
N H97 
N 

N M97 
N T33 
N 

N B85 
N M97 
N B85 
N U82 
N B53 
E 



1/19/1988 B 
6/26/1988 A 
7/23/1988 B 
7/30/1988 B 
12/30/1988 A 



N M97 
N 
N 

U S78 
E 



H 2 3/04/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 12/23/1988 B 4 N 



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AIRLINES, DEATHS 
SEE AIRLINE DEATHS 

AIRLINES, DEREGULATION 

IT'S EVEN SAFER TO FLY 

RDU EARNS PRAISE FOR HAVING FEU DELAYS 

FROM ROCKY MOUNT TO KOKQMO, SUBSIDIES IN THE UILD BLUE YONDER 

AIRLINE DEREGULATION MAY CUT COMPETITION 

AIRLINES, FARES 

AMERICAN AIRLINES SETS OFF ROUND OF FARE INCREASES 

CONTINENTAL WILL POSTPONE MOST AIRFARE INCREASES 

FOR THE RECORD 

GREENSBORO TRAVELERS NO LONGER DRIVING FOR CHEAPER AIR FARES 

A LITTLE GREED GOES A LONG WAY 



GUESSTIMATION 



AIRLINES, FOOD 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
ON THE FLY! FLIGHT MEALS REQUIRE PLANNING, 

AIRLINES, PASSENGERS 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT, PASSENGERS 
MOBILE AMERICANS 

AIRLINES, REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 
NORTHWEST WILL BAN SMOKING ON NORTH AMERICAN FLIGHTS 
BATTLE OF BRITAIN: AMERICAN AIRLINES RATTLED OVER SABRE 

AIRLINES, RESERVATION RULE 

NEW RESERVATIONS CENTER BEGINS TAKING CALLS TODAY 

AIRLINES, SAFETY 

SEE AIRPLANES, SAFETY 

AIRLINES, SCHEDULES 

AIRLINE ON-TIME RECORD IMPROVES IN FEBRUARY 
RDU EARNS PRAISE FOR HAVING FEW DELAYS 
»ON-TIME' FLIGHTS STILL LATE 
RAMP CONTROLLERS FIGHT FLIGHT SCHEDULE DELAYS 

AIRLINES, SMOKING REGULATIONS 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

SMOKER SPARKS SHOUTING MATCH ON TWA AIRLINER 

SMOKERS REVOLT DURING FLIGHT 

AMERICAN AMONG AIRLINES IGNORING NON-SMOKING LAW 

SMOKING BAN ON SHORT FLIGHTS WELCOME 

SMOKE GETS IN THEIR EYES 

DON'T COUGH AT ALL-SMOKERS AIRLINE 

RJR NABISCO DUMPING AGENCY THAT CREATED AIRLINES' SMOKING BAN 'AD' 

FIG NEWTON BOYCOTT PROPOSED 

MOST AIRLINE FLIGHTS WITHIN U.S. WILL KEEP NO-SMOKING LIGHT ON 

FIG NEWTONS? FRUIT'S OK, BUT I CAN LIVE WITHOUT THAT NAME 

TOBACCO COMPANIES GET TOUGHER WITH ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGNS 

AGENCY BAILED OUT ON AIRLINE'S NO-SMOKING ADS 

ON MOST AIRLINE FLIGHTS, SMOKING BAN STARTS SATURDAY 

AIRLINES TRY TO SWEETEN SMOKING BAN'S TAKEOFF 

SMOKING BAN NOT SO LONG 

EXTRA FLIGHT MINUTES LET SMOKERS PUFF AWAY 

SMOKERS CAN ADAF'T TO THE NEW SKY RULES 

AD BILLINGS CRUMBLE 

SMOKING BAN CAUSES FEU PROBLEMS 

RDU official: ROAD WORK TO SNARL TRAFFIC 

...I FOUND A FLIGHT WHICH HASN'T BANNO SMOKING! (CARTOON) 

TAKE THIS HAVANA TO A PLANE! (CARTOON) 

SMOKERS' RIGHTS GROUP BRINGS PROTEST TO RALEIGH-DURHAM 

GROUNDED SMOKERS 

BRITISH AIRWAYS TO BAN SMOKING 



H 2 5/17/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 8/04/1988 A 1 N U82 

H 2 8/05/1988 A 5 U 

S 2 9/08/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 


2/19/1988 B 


7 


N 


S 2 


3/14/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 2 


4/08/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 2 


7/28/1988 A 


12 


N 


CHH 1 


11/14/1988 A 


4 


E 



H 2 2/11/1988 C 1 P F H45 



H 2 8/27/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 3/24/1988 D 7 N 
H 2 5/25/1988 A 2 J 



H 2 2/13/1988 B 3 P N N36 



H 2 4/06/1988 A 12 N 

S 2 8/04/1988 A 1 N W82 

S 2 11/07/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 11/19/1988 C 1 P N P41 



H 


2 


1/01/1988 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 


1/01/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/02/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/02/1988 A 


4 


J 


H 


2 


1/06/1988 A 


4 


U 


S 


2 


4/04/1988 A 


4 


U 


H 


2 


4/06/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/07/1988 B 


1 


N R80 


H 


2 


4/17/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/17/1988 B 


1 


U N36 


H 


2 


4/17/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/21/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/22/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/23/1988 A 


13 


N 


S 


2 


4/23/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/24/1988 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 


4/26/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


4/27/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


4/27/1988 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


5/04/1988 A 


1 


M N W82 


H 


2 


5/07/1988 A 


4 T T 


H 


2 


5/18/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 C 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 


6/04/1988 B 


7 P P T32 


H 


2 10/03/1988 A 


2 


N 



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"^ife*^ AT AIRPORT 

AIR S^ALSO ACCIICNTS, AIRPLANES, INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO AIRLINES 
SEE ALSO C-5A GALAXY 

I U HBflBJH 1 * LEE AIRBORNE HUSEUM 
SEE ALSO GLIDERS 

PI ALSO IJ>130 HERCULES TRANSPORT PLANE 
g ALS3 kVuiLL^£Y MEMORIAL SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE AIRPLANES 
SEE ALSO PILOT TRAINING 

SEE ALSO KtE^AIRPLANES 

SEE ALSO ULTRALIGHT (PLANE) 

"M KlKWlO^G GIF! r OF -PLANE TO SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 

"HBflhUHl CaORATION 
ffiWlSraS&B PLANE SOLD 

"^WBBSI! AIRF1ANES, N.C. 

^STEN^S PLANE WIS EMERGENCY LANDING 

&| HI ^vFSnT JET ENGINE EXPLOSION 
P^^Tr^ BE^ PATCHING HOLES IN JETLINER 

BMBWflHUM* LADING IN A WEEK 
KyING TO JW FROM PLANE CM TNED TO BUTNER 
PILOT LANDS PLANE ON SIDEOF HIGHWAY 
TROUBLED PIEDMONT JET LANDS SAFELY 
FLIGHTSTOPS AT AIRPORT; ILL HAN DIES 

^H^i^AW 

""BKfcflSA* antique 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, AIRPLANES 

"VttBto asss ss&ssr R " ,GMK ™ a,ra,> 

H ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 

SFE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, U.S. 

H ALSO AIRPORT SECURITY SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO AIRPORTS, U.S., OVERCROWDING 

H ALSO PARTNERSHIP FOR IMPROVED AIR TRAVEL 

^BRANTLErfRDU 'PASSED TEST- ON SEATING BLIND PASSENGER |j 

kMSfeS^E IN BAD FATHER 



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H 1 12/13/1988 C 1 P N P41 



H 1 10/01/1988 CI N 
H 2 10/05/1988 A 14 N 
CHH 1 10/17/1988 A 1 P N L90 
CHH 1 10/20/1988 A 8 P N 



H 1 5/12/1988 B 1 P N H60 
H 2 7/28/1988 A 17 N 



2/17/1988 A 
4/14/1988 A 
4/15/1988 A 
4/16/1988 A 
4/17/1988 B 
6/03/1988 B 
6/14/1988 C 
8/27/1988 A 
9/15/1988 A 
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16 


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1 


N 


1 


P N 


14 


N 


3 


N 


12 


N 


4 


N 


7 


N 


2 


N 


1 


N 



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2 12/17/1988 C 1 P U M06 



2 1/06/1988 A 13 N R80 
2 2/09/1988 A 4 E 
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FAA PROPOSES $636,200 IN CIVIL FINES FOR ORION 

PIEDMONT CREWS BEGIN PATCHING HOLES IN JETLINER 

RDU COMMUTER CRASH TOPIC AT SAFETY MEETING 

IT'S EVEN SAFER TO FLY 

SAFETY NOT NEGOTIABLE 

INCREASE EFFICIENCY OF U.S. AIR SYSTEM 

TALL BROADCAST TOWERS IMPEDE AIRPORT SAFETY 

AIRPLANES, THEFT 

10-f ASSENGER PLANE STOLEN AT HILTON HEAD 

AIRPORT ROAD 

AIRPORT RD.-ESTES DR. WIDENING SCHEDULED 

DON'T YOU DO IT 

CHAPEL HILL MOVES TO CONDEMN LAND TO GAIN ROAD RIGHTS OF WAY 

CHAPEL HILL EYES WEAVER DAIRY 35 M.P.H. LIMIT 

2 SETTLE ON ROAD EASEMENT 

DENY BOLIN CENTER REQUEST — TAYLOR 

AIRPORT ROAD DISPUTE SETTLED 

AIRPORT SECURITY SYSTEMS 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, SAFETY 
SEE ALSO SECURITY SYSTEMS 

ENSURE FLIGHT SAFETY 

MAN SKIRTS SECURITY; HOLDS UP FLIGHTS 

INCREASE EFFICIENCY OF U.S. AIR SYSTEM 

AIRPORTS, INTERNATIONAL, SECURITY 
SEE AIRPORT SECURITY SYSTEMS 

AIRPORTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DOUGLAS- AIRPORT (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO FAYETTEVILLE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO HORACE WILLIAMS AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO N.C. AERONAUTICS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, AIRPORTS 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY, N.C, AIRPORTS 

SEE ALSO PIEDMONT TRIAD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (FORMERLY GREENSBORO 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO SMITH REYNOLDS AIRPORT 

AIRLINERS FOGGED IN; DIFFERENT SHROUD HITS PHONE LISTINGS 

STATE MAY INSTALL 12 AUTOMATIC WEATHER STATIONS TO HELP PILOTS 

PILOT WEATHER DATA ESSENTIAL FOR SAFETY 

WILMINGTON LOSES UNITED 

AIRPORT PROPOSAL LOSES SUPPORT OF N.C. OFFICIALS 

PLANS TO IMPROVE 25 SMALL AIRPORTS MAY BE SUSPENDED 

FUNDS COULD HELP RDU KEEP NEW RADAR 

PERSON AIRPORT TO GET $8,000 GRANT 

CHARLOTTE EYES SECOND AIRPORT 

MOST NEIGHBORS NOT WORRIED ABOUT WINSTON-SALEM AIRPORT 

GREENSBORO TRAVELERS NO LONGER DRIVING FOR CHEAPER AIR FARES 

ORANGE MAY GET 'RELIEVER' AIRPORT 

TALL BROADCAST TOWERS IMPEDE AIRPORT SAFETY 

PERSON AIRPORT TO GET $231,840 GRANT 

AIRPORTS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS 
AIRLINE ON-TIME RECORD IMPROVES IN FEBRUARY 
FROM ROCKY MOUNT TO KOKOMO, SUBSIDIES IN THE WILD BLUE YONDER 

AIRPORTS, U.S., OVERCROWDING 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANESt SAFETY 
AIRPORT'S BRANTLEY SAYS OVERCROWDING REMARK MISLEADING 
AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS NEEDED 

AIRPORTS, U.S., SECURITY 

SEE AIRPORT SECURITY SYSTEMS 



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4/20/1988 C 10 
5/17/1988 A 4 
7/11/1988 A 4 
8/27/1988 A 4 
9/15/1988 A 5 


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10/10/1988 
10/12/1988 
CHH 1 11/16/1988 
CHH 1 11/23/1988 
CHH 1 12/14/1988 



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P P L3S 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 



1 M N M70 



H 2 5/02/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 7/12/1988 B 10 N 
H 2 8/27/1988 A 4 E 



REGIONAL AIRPORT) 



H 


2 


1/19/1988 B 


1 


N M97 


S 


2 


2/22/1988 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 


2/24/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


3/11/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


3/31/1988 A 


18 


N 


H 


1 


4/16/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


4/21/1988 C 


1 


P N U32 


H 


1 


6/14/1988 B 


1 


N R53 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


7/28/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


7/28/1988 A 


12 


N 


CHH 1 


9/15/1988 A 


3 


N H90 


S 


2 


9/15/1988 A 


5 


J on 


H 


1 


9/28/1988 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 


4/06/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


8/05/1988 A 


5 


U 


H 


2 


6/22/1988 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 10/16/1988 D 


4 


E 



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BLIMPS, BUILT IN N.C., GOING BACK IN SERVICE FOR NAVY 

"^IeEW-SO BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

S& KWlY^ISED BY FLEK7 

ALAB X^ I SHIPU^CK- 'FRENCH WANT MUSE1«S FOR CONFEDERATE PRIZES 
*»*&$? K°KPECTS BIG CROUD AT SUN FUN 

<"™$J?£ ^ik^AST'S^TE, 109-81 
'PACK SHAKES OFF RUST 

ALAMANCE BATTLEGROUND STATE HISTORIC SITE 

ALAMANCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

KcE cffiKm K^S^OTKnjK FOR AWARD ON JOB TRAINING 
SlAMANCE COLLEGE TO RECEIVE AWARD FOR JOB TRAINING 

KgKKoK™ e^loyer AND GOKRKK 

^gffiflSL* college CAMPAIGN LEAI£R 
SuSre CMUOTY COLLEGE RECOGNIZED _ n 
ALAMANCE 0FFTOIN6 TEACHER RENTAL COURSES 

wrsw grWes to be HONcrai) 

^^^LE^lEf HS' 9 n§WQRMUATI0N EXERCISE 

^CETOM^in'cOLLEGE TO OFFER SPECIAL COURSES 
VK^EScSbISINESS TO BE jv SBO«N 
SEMINAR IS SCHEDULED JWLAWTC 

COLLEGE OFFERING TELECONFERENCE 
SMALL BUSINESS TAX WORKSHOP SCHEDULED 
SIXALAtttNCE STUDENTS NO£D TO WHO'S WD 

*»%3c^^a^ STILL PAYING PRESIDENT *17,000 SUPPLEMENT 

-lJ 8Bg»S^I^HMWBBB ,-19-88, 
SOuSrSHIPS PROVIDED AT ALAMANCE COLLEGE 
^M^COLLEGE AWARDS HUPMAN SCHOLARSHIPS 

61 AMANCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION 
^^CXLEOF&TION ELECTS OFFICERS 

^AlKiED^CHUR^S OF AU*ANCE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO BATTLE OF ALAMANCE 
H ALSO LUrffi RETIREMENT MINISTRIES OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 

^ySK W££ffiM FOUR IN ALAMANCE 
5^mSceTcLUB WIN BEAUTIFICATION AWARDS 

s^orTthat ;:n alamance was not a tornado 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., BUDGET 



H 2 5/23/1988 D 5 N 



H 2 2/07/1988 D 4 E 
H 2 9/03/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 7/10/1988 C 11 N 

H 2 5/29/1988 D 8 P F W66 

H 2 12/21/1988 D 1 P N C49 

S 2 12/21/1988 D 1 P N A76 



H 1 5/13/1988 C 1 N H60 
H 2 10/07/1988 D 6 P F C19 
H 2 12/10/1988 C 2 N 



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1/29/1988 C 
2/17/1988 B 
2/23/1988 B 
3/01/1988 B 
3/18/1988 
4/26/1988 
5/14/1988 
5/14/1988 
6/24/1988 _ 
6/28/1988 B 
7/01/1988 C 
7/09/1983 
7/15/1988 
8/12/1988 
8/18/1988 
8/31/1988 
9/27/1988 
. 9/29/1988 
1 10/08/1988 

1 10/25/1988 

2 11/24/1988 



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10 
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16 
1 
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2 
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4 
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1 
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1 
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N 

N H60 
N H60 
N H60 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N H60 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 1 6/22/1988 B 1 N 135 



H 1 10/18/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 10/19/1988 C 1 N 

H 1 12/23/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 12/08/1988 C 2 M 



H 2 1/12/1988 B 16 N 
H 2 3/27/1988 B 4 N 
H 2 5/27/1988 A 12 N 



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ALAMANCE BOARD REVERSES VOTE ON FIREFIGHTER FUNDS 
ALAMANCE BOARD ADOPTS BUDGET, KEEPS TAX RATE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., CABLE TELEVISION 
ALAMANCE OKS CABLE TV FRANCHISE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., VOTER REGISTRATION 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., ELECTIONS 

CANDIDATES FLOCK TO FILE IN ALAMANCE 

GOP PRIMARY TO BE HELD IN ALAMANCE BOARD RACE 

TWO MORE IN ALAMANCE BOARD RACE 

PRIMARY NECESSARY IN ALAMANCE RACE 

10 CANDIDATES SEEK THREE ALAMANCE POSTS 

FIVE IN ALAMANCE SCHOOL BOARD RACE 

EXTRA VOTER REGISTRATION HOURS SET IN ALAMANCE 

DEMOCRATS, GOP HOLDING ALAMANCE VOTE (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-3-88) 

CANDIDATE'S NAME OMITTED FROM STORY 

ALCON APPARENTLY CAN SEEK RUNOFF 

ALAMANCE SCHOOLS MAY SEEK SUPPLEMENTAL TAX 

MONDAY IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE ON BURLINGTON'S BOND ISSUE 

ALAMANCE VOTERS CHOOSING LEGISLATORS, COMMISSIONERS 

ALAMANCE VOTERS FACE LOT OF CHOICES TUESDAY 

GOP CHALLENGERS LEAD IN HOUSE RACE 

ALAMANCE BOARD STAYING REPUBLICAN 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., EMPLOYEES 

BURLINGTON WOMAN HONORED BY EMPLOYER AND GOVERNOR 
INVESTIGATION COMPLETE IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, EMPLOYEES, SALARIES 

STUDY: ALAMANCE IS UNDERPAYING 64 EMPLOYEES 
ALAMANCE BOARD ADOPTS BUDGET, KEEPS TAX RATE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, FIRE DISTRICTS 

SEE ALSO NORTHEASTERN ALAMANCE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 
ALAMANCE OFFICIALS UPSET BY STATE'S PROPOSED CHANGES IN JAIL REGULATIONS H 
FULL-TIME FIREMEN STILL HOT TOPIC IN ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE BOARD REVERSES VOTE ON FIREFIGHTER FUNDS 
ALAMANCE PANEL STARTS WORK ON FIRE DEPARTMENT FUNDING 
ALAMANCE WILL PAY TO MAN SOME FIRE STATIONS 
ALLRED BLASTS 'ILLEGAL DUMP' NEAR BUS GARAGE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY LONG RANGE PLANNING TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

HONDA PLANS EXPANSION IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE BOARD MULLS TASK FORCE 



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1 6/07/1988 B 1 N T35 



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H 


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1/06/1988 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 


1/08/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


1 


1/14/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/23/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/29/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


2/02/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


1 


3/31/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/02/1983 A 


16 


N 


H 


1 


5/03/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


5/04/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/01/1988 B 


5 


N T35 


H 


1 


10/07/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 10/30/1988 D 


2 


N H60 


H 


1 


11/05/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 


11/09/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


1 


11/10/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


3/01/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


8/09/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


4/14/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


6/07/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


2/02/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


2/19/1988 C 


2 


N H60 


H 


1 


3/15/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


4/08/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


5/18/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


8/02/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


2 


3/23/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


1 


5/03/1988 C 


14 


N 



ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., LANDFILL 

ALAMANCE TO APPLY FOR LANDFILL PERMIT 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., LIBRARIES 
SEE ALSO LIBRARIES, N.C. 
ALAMANCE BOARD TO DISCUSS CHANGING LIBRARY FINANCING 
VOTE ON SUBDIVISION REVERSED IN CHATHAM 

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

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ORDINANCES 

PROPERTY OWNERS TO VOTE ON BURLINGTON ZONING EXPANSION 
ALAMANCE TO APPLY FOR LANDFILL PERMIT 
ALAMANCE TO HOLD HEARING ON AUTO JUNKYARD ORDINANCE 
ALAMANCE TO REQUIRE JUNKYARD SCREENS 



H 1 2/16/1988 B 1 N 



1 3/05/1988 C 1 
3 3/15/1988 B 1 



N H60 
N M10 



1 1/20/1988 B 1 N T35 

1 2/16/1988 B 1 N 

1 6/10/1988 C 1 N 

1 7/06/1988 B 1 N T35 



ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 



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qcf Al Sfl ALAMANCE COUNTY. N.C., TAXES 

SE alSe^rd adopts budget! keeps tax rate 

ai 6MAICE COUNTY. N.C., TAX RATE _ 

KE^SOOJRLINGTDN, N.C., TAX RATE 
ALAMANCE BOARD ADOPTS BUDGET, KEEPS TAX RATE 
AORfDBLASTS 'ILLEGAL BUMP' NEAR BUS GARAGE 

"WMlIFjhjanp- 

61«iANCEBrj^D WANTS MOTEL-OCCUPANCY TAX 

SntS^or^ticW^ty schools case 
""^^BpShr^^s, discusses plans to bring in dollar h 

AIAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., VOTER REGISTRATION 

qFF ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., ELECTIONS H 

SE REf^IC^OUTREGISTER DEMOCRATS IN N.C. 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, UATER RESOURCES 
SEE^SGORANGE/ALAMANCE WATER SYSTEM 
MEBANE, GRAHAM CONSERVING UATER 

"^LSoV^'bS'iaK mm planning task force 

^MANCEHWRD COOL TO COUNTYUIDE ZONING 
&Se B K'M^ITORIAL AGREEMENT 

^^StB^plsTASED IN HONOR OF BURLINGTON ARTIST 
raURflRENtfO TDBQTCD OF ALAMANCE ARTS COUNCIL 

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

SfHSuSK^ iS**™ TODAY FOR FESTIVAL 
ALAMANCE COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 

AU 1lE^™AssociAra^ 

MOTHER'S PUSH HELPED GET SERVICES FOR HANiuuntu 

A^O^ErS^ ^SIGNING 

XrS^SCHOOLS TO BEGIN SEARCH FOR SUFJRIf^DENT 
NIwaraiSENT SOUGHT UITHIN ALAMANCE SCHOOL SYSTEM 
wk^r SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT CHOSEN ^ 

aS^SnCESCW)OL SUPERINTENDENT HIRED 

SEIZURE LAUslffi CASES PIT POLICE AGAINST SCHOOLS 
OTHER SYSTEMS HIRING ALAMANCE TEACHERS 
ALAMANCE SCHOOLS PROMISE PROBE ^^ 

Sffl HlWM s Mezzlenent 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL CONTRACTS OK'D 
AL ^Kc$X BcU^f^T^AfES^SUPPLEMENTS FOR ADMINISTRATORS 
ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF OUCATION, ELECTIONS 



H 1 6/07/1988 B 1 N T35 



H 1 6/07/1988 B 1 N T35 
H 1 8/02/1988 B 1 N T35 



4/05/1988 B 
6/04/1988 A 
6/07/1988 B 
6/24/1988 C 
8/17/1988 B 



1 


N 


11 


N R53 


1 


N T35 


1 


N R53 


1 


N T35 



1 9/09/1988 C 1 N H60 



2 4/16/1988 A 1 N L40 



H 2 8/20/1988 C 1 N 



1 4/20/1988 C 1 NTS 
1 5/03/1988 C 14 N 
1 11/16/1988 C 1 N T35 



H 1 7/02/1988 C 2 N 
H 1 7/15/1988 C 1 N H60 



H 1 5/07/1988 C 1 



N H60 



H 1 8/16/1988 B 6 N 



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1/13/1988 B 
1/22/1988 C 
1/30/1988 C 
2/09/1983 B 
3/18/1988 C 
4/09/1988 C 
5/30/1983 B 
7/13/1983 B 
8/10/1983 B 
8/17/1983 B 
8/31/1988 C 
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N 

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N H60 
N 

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N 
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N T35 
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N T35 
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1 1/29/1988 C 1 N H60 

1 2/02/1988 B 3 N 

2 5/02/1988 A 16 N 



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CANDIDATE'S NAME OMITTED FROM STORY 
ALCON APPARENTLY CAN SEEK RUNOFF 

ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., ELECTIONS 

CANDIDATES FLOCK TO FILE IN ALAMANCE 

EXTRA VOTER REGISTRATION HOURS SET IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

SEE BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CHRISTMAS TOUR AND CANDLELIGHT TEA 
ALAMANCE CHRISTMAS TOUR TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE 
ELON CAMPUS TO GLOW WITH 1,000 LUMINARIES 
ALAMANCE CHRISTMAS TOUR SUNDAY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

ALAMANCE PANEL FINDS WELCOME SIGNS MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE 

PROPERTY OWNERS TO VOTE ON BURLINGTON ZONING EXPANSION 

VOCATIONAL TRADES OF ALAMANCE MAY GET PLANT BUILDING 

ALAMANCE OFFICIALS UPSET BY STATE'S PROPOSED CHANGES IN JAIL REGULATIONS H 

ALAMANCE TO APPLY FOR LANDFILL PERMIT 

FULL-TIME FIREMEN STILL HOT TOF'IC IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE BOARD TO DISCUSS CHANGING LIBRARY FINANCING 

LAWYER QUITTING JOB TO TAKE ALAMANCE RECYCLING POST 

ALAMANCE BOARD REVERSES VOTE ON FIREFIGHTER FUNDS 

ALAMANCE BOARD WANTS MOTEL-OCCUPANCY TAX 

ALAMANCE PANEL STARTS WORK ON FIRE DEPARTMENT FUNDING 

STUDY? ALAMANCE IS UNDERPAYING 64 EMPLOYEES 

ALAMANCE BOARD COOL TO COUNTYWIDE ZONING 

ALAMANCE BOARD MULLS TASK FORCE 

ALAMANCE WILL PAY TO MAN SOME FIRE STATIONS 

ALAMANCE TO HOLD HEARING ON AUTO JUNKYARD ORDINANCE 

ALAMANCE BOARD LEARNS COLLEGE STILL PAYING PRESIDENT $17,000 SUPPLEMENT 

ALAMANCE, VANCE BILLS ARE APPROVED 

ALAMANCE TO REQUIRE JUNKYARD SCREENS 

ALLRED BLASTS 'ILLEGAL DUMP' NEAR BUS GARAGE 

BALOG WANTS MORE INFORMATION IN COUNTY SCHOOLS CASE 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL EXFtORES JOINING PIEDMONT TRIAD 

ALAMANCE TOURISM AUTHORITY ORGANIZES, DISCUSSES PLANS TO BRING IN DOLLAR H 

ALAMANCE OKS CABLE TV FRANCHISE 

ALAMANCE BOARD AMENDS EXTRATERRITORIAL AGREEMENT 

TEAGUE WILL LEAD ALAMANCE BOARD 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, BUDGET 

ALAMANCE SCHOOLS MAY SEEK SUPPLEMENTAL TAX 

ALAMANCE BOARD ADOPTS BUDGET, KEEPS TAX RATE 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL BOARD REINSTATES PAY SUPPLEMENTS FOR ADMINISTRATORS 

ALAMANCE BOARD LEARNS COLLEGE STILL PAYING PRESIDENT $17,000 SUPPLEMENT 



ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, CHAIRMAN 
TEAGUE WILL LEAD ALAMANCE BOARD 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., ELECTIONS 
CANDIDATES FLOCK TO FILE IN ALAMANCE 
GOP PRIMARY TO BE HELD IN ALAMANCE BOARD RACE 
TWO MORE IN ALAMANCE BOARD RACE 
ALAMANCE COMMISSIONER SEEKS HOUSE SEAT 
10 CANDIDATES SEEK THREE ALAMANCE POSTS 
FIVE IN ALAMANCE SCHOOL BOARD RACE 

DEMOCRATS, GOP HOLDING ALAMANCE VOTE (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-3-88) 
ALCON APPARENTLY CAN SEEK RUNOFF 
ALAMANCE VOTERS CHOOSING LEGISLATORS, COMMISSIONERS 
ALAMANCE VOTERS FACE LOT OF CHOICES TUESDAY 
ALAMANCE BOARD STAYING REPUBLICAN 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMUNITY COUNCIL 

ALAMANCE COUNCIL TO CELEBRATE 50TH YEAR 



1 5/03/1988 C 1 
1 5/04/1988 C 1 



1 1/06/1988 B 
1 3/31/1988 B 



N H60 
N 



H 


1 


11/19/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


11/22/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


12/03/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/05/1988 C 


3 


N T35 


H 


1 


1/20/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


1/21/1988 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


2/02/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


2/16/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


2/19/1988 C 


2 


N H60 


H 


1 


3/05/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


3/08/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


3/15/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


2 


4/05/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


4/08/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


4/14/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


4/20/1988 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


5/03/1988 C 


14 


N 


H 


1 


5/18/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


6/10/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


6/22/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


6/24/1988 C 


1 


N R53 


H 


1 


7/06/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


8/02/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


8/17/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


9/07/1988 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


9/09/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


10/11/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


11/16/1988 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


12/06/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/01/1988 B 


c 


N T35 


H 


1 


6/07/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


6/15/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


6/22/1988 B 


1 


N T35 



H 1 12/06/1988 C 1 N 



H 


1 


1/06/1988 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 


1/08/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


1 


1/14/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/15/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


1/29/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


2/02/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/02/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


1 


5/04/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


10/30/1988 D 


2 


N H60 


H 


1 


11/05/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


11/10/1988 C 


1 


N 



H 1 12/30/1988 C 1 N H60 



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ALAMANCE COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE CANCER TREATMENT CENTER 
"■ SEEALSOALAMANCE HEALTH SERVICES, INC. 

SE ALa1wCE A Sy CANCER PROGRAM PRAISED 
"-""^M^oTO COURTHOUSE 

*™BXIME^^ HIGH 
^^WsSlK^sS^ISTMAS CHEER 

ALAMANCE COUNTY FAIR otabttnG UP 

IT'S HOT BUT FAIR TIME STAhUNu ur 
ALAMANCE'S FAIR IS EARLY THIS YEAR 
SWINGING TIME 
TRAVELING SHOW 

ALAMANCE COUNTY FIRE DEPT. ^^ 
sUfuric ACID SPILL AVERTED 

™S|ICALS FOUMB IN FAMILIES' WATER mm 
Tt^E^AMANa HEALTH OFFICIALS HONORED 

W&&&W& fAKI^S^^TREA^INE ORGANIZATION 

"^W WffitSffi** battle anniversary 

f4 ^AlKMA^ I C«JNTY HOSPITAL, AICLESCENT CARE UNIT 

lHflHHBhm- 

1 SH8 HER 9ttJnBfflkfa»m CENTER 
*Vt8JBNBkHl* BACK AGAIN 

TEeVrKiNG Life TAKING CAFFEINE PILLS 
DR. HAMBY TAKES POST IN ALAMANCE 
DRUG AWARENESS PROGRAM SET 



H 1 7/29/1988 C 1 N 

H 1 12/20/1988 C 1 N 

H 1 4/09/1988 C 1 N 

H 1 12/21/1988 C 1 N P38 

H 1 8/19/1988 C 1 NH60 

H 1 8/19/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 8/25/1988 B 1 P P S73 

H 2 8/26/1988 C 2 P P S73 

H 1 1/22/1988 C 1 P N T35 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



3/08/1988 B 
6/24/1988 C 
7/21/1988 B 
7/29/1988 C 
12/08/1988 C 
12/15/1988 C 



N 
N 

N H60 
N 
N 
N H60 



H 1 5/13/1988 C 1 N H60 



1 5/18/1988 C 1 N T35 

1 8/03/1988 B 1 N L40 

2 12/16/1988 A 1 N 



2/08/1988 C 
2/13/1988 A 
6/11/1988 C 
8/16/1988 B 
11/03/1988 C 



'"^^MaOFFICIALS UPSET BY STATE'S PROPOSED CHANGES IN JAIL REGOATIONS H 

iffi 1 MJUfWWKWft REJECTED BY STATE J 

gBPff mHOD!™ BA& TO ALAMANCE COURT H 



1 2/02/1988 B 

2 2/18/1988 B 
2 3/07/1988 C 
1 8/03/1988 B 



1 

4 
1 

1 
1 


N B53 
E 
N 
P N H60 
N H60 


1 

4 

1 
1 


N T35 
N 

N B53 
N L40 



LIBRARIES 



ALAMANCE COUNTY LIBRARY 

SSEALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., 
SEE LIBRARIES, N.C. 

"VUKHR STcriS^^L^ 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ZONING 



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SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY PLANNING DEPT. 
ALAMANCE BOARD MULLS TASK FORCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY PLANNING DEPT. 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY LONG RANGE PLANNING TASK FORCE 
ALAMANCE TO HOLD HEARING ON AUTO JUNKYARD ORDINANCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY RECREATION DEPT. 

INVESTIGATION COMPLETE IN ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE PLANS PARK SURVEY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY RECYCLING COORDINATOR 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE RECYCLING COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO RECYCLING 
ALAMANCE TO APPLY FOR LANDFILL PERMIT 

ALAMANCE COUNTY REGISTER OF DEEDS 

CANDIDATES FLOCK TO FILE IN ALAMANCE 
PRIMARY NECESSARY IN ALAMANCE RACE 
FIVE IN ALAMANCE SCHOOL BOARD RACE 
DEMOCRATS, GOP HOLDING ALAMANCE VOTE 
ALCON APPARENTLY CAN SEEK RUNOFF 
ALAMANCE VOTERS CHOOSING LEGISLATORS, 



(CORRECTION PRINTED 5-3-88) 
COMMISSIONERS 



ALAMANCE COUNTY RESCUE UNIT 

SOME OF THE RESCUERS ARE RESCUING THEMSELVES ' 
ALAMANCE SQUAD TO RESUME HUNT FOR MAN 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

SEE ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO EASTERN ALAMANCE HIGH SCHOOL 
SEE ALSO SOUTHERN ALAMANCE HIGH SCHOOL 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL REGISTRATION NOW UNDER WAY 

ALAMANCE PRINCIPAL OF YEAR SELECTED 

ALLRED BLASTS 'ILLEGAL DUMP* NEAR BUS GARAGE 

ASBESTOS FOUND BURIED IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE SCHOOLS PROMISE PROBE 

ASBESTOS TO BE BURIED ON SITE IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL OFFICIAL CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT 

HEPATITIS CASE CONFIRMED AT ALAMANCE SCHOOL 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS, BUDGET 

NEW SUPERINTENDENT SOUGHT WITHIN ALAMANCE SCHOOL SYSTEM 

ALAMANCE OFFICIALS UPSET BY STATE'S PROPOSED CHANGES IN JAIL REGULATIONS 

ALAMANCE SCHOOLS MAY SEEK SUPPLEMENTAL TAX 

ALAMANCE BOARD ADOPTS BUDGET, KEEPS TAX RATE 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL BOARD REINSTATES PAY SUPPLEMENTS FOR ADMINISTRATORS 

ALAMANCE SCHOOLS PROMISE PROBE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS, CONSTRUCTION 
ALAMANCE SCHOOL CONTRACTS OK'D 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS, EMPLOYEES 
ALAMANCE SCHOOLS PROBE CONTINUES 
BALOG WANTS MORE INFORMATION IN COUNTY SCHOOLS CASE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS, SCHOOL BUSES 
SEE ALSO SCHOOL BUSES 
ALAMANCE BOARD MULLS TASK FORCE 
ALAMANCE SCHOOLS TO RECOGNIZE BUS DRIVERS 
ALAMANCE SCHOOLS SHORT 43 DRIVERS 
RURAL BUS DRIVERS ANGERED AT MAKING LESS THAN AVERAGE 
ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS GET RAISE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS, SUPERINTENDENT 

SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT IN ALAMANCE RESIGNING 
ALAMANCE SCHOOLS TO BEGIN SEARCH FOR SUPERINTENDENT 
NEW SUPERINTENDENT SOUGHT WITHIN ALAMANCE SCHOOL SYSTEM 



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H 1 5/03/1988 C 14 N 



H 1 6/10/1988 C 1 N 



1 8/09/1988 B 1 N 
1 8/12/1988 C 2 N 



H 1 2/16/1988 B 



1/06/1988 B 
1/23/1988 C 
2/02/1988 B 
5/02/1988 A 
5/04/1988 C 
10/30/1988 D 



2/25/1988 B 
2/26/1988 C 
8/02/1988 B 
8/04/1988 B 
8/10/1988 B 
8/17/1988 B 
8/31/1988 C 
12/08/1988 C 



1/30/1988 C 
2/02/1988 B 
6/01/1988 B 
6/07/1988 B 
6/15/1988 B 
8/10/1988 B 



1 
1 
3 
16 
1 
2 



2 3/20/1988 A 2 
1 10/25/1988 C 1 



N H60 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N H60 



J P41 
N 



N 
N 

N T35 
N H60 
N T35 
N T35 
N T35 
N 



N H60 
N T35 
N T35 
N T35 
N T35 
N T35 



H 1 12/01/1988 C 1 N 



1 7/28/1988 B 
1 8/17/1988 B 



5/03/1988 C 
5/21/1988 B 
5/28/1988 C 
9/10/1988 C 
9/13/1988 B 



14 
8 
1 
1 
1 



N 

N T35 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N T35 



1 1/13/1988 B 
1 1/22/1988 C 
1 1/30/1988 C 



1 N 
1 N H60 
1 N H60 



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^S^SSkS^SPS&^T HIRED 

S N SSEl KintMs^not ACTING DISTRICTS IN TRIPLE 

S3 S KJt^^yWle^s por sinistra™* 

tfAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS, TEACHERS 

CJTHERTOTEMS hiring alamance teachers 

Al AMANCE COUNTY SHERIF'S DEPT. _^ 

•^HAN TOOK REFUGE IN ALAMANCEWOOBS 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF IN CHARLOTTE HOSPITAL 

ALAMANCE SCOFF OUT OF CARDIAC UNIT 

ALAJWCE SHERIFF BACK IN HOSPITAL 

loKe |« t ^f k™ 1 ^ 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF TO RETIRE DEC. 31 

AjScE SHERIFF JOHN STOCKARD DIES 
FWEWMiStED FOR ALAMANCE SHERIFF 
FRYE BECOMES ALAMANCE COUNTY SHERIFF 

ALAMANCE COUNTY UNITED WAY 
SEE UNITED UAY OF ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY URBAN AREA THOROUGHFARE PLAN 

^y&G» T^T^M PU* IN WEST BURLINGTON 
ffi^T0NI^T^ r |S^™f^E FLAN 
THOROUGHFARE PLAN DEFENDED AT HEARING 

HWilWkNmu ™™™ 

STANCE HEALTH SLICES' CANCER PROGRAM GAINS APPROVAL 
^'HeSR TICKETS ARE NOW ON S^E 
^lM^Sy SKSt CARE UNIT 

m a WjgS^ar 

DR. HAMBY TAKES POST IN ALAMANCE 
^^K^^RE^ING COORDINATOR 

WJHWvK IS TODAY IN ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT 



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H 1 2/09/1988 B 1 N 

H 1 3/18/1988 C 1 NH60 

U 2 6/18/1988 A 1 N 

H 2 6/21/1988 B 12 N 



H 2 6/01/1988 B 5 N J35 
H 1 6/15/1988 B 1 N T35 

H 1 7/13/1988 B 1 N T35 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1/26/1988 
7/01/1988 
7/02/1988 
7/22/1988 
10/14/1988 
. 10/14/1988 
1 11/03/1988 

1 11/29/1988 B 

2 12/04/1988 B 
1 12/06/1988 C 
1 12/21/1988 C 



C 
C 

c 
c 
c 
c 

C 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N T35 
N H60 
N 
> 
N T35 
N H60 



1 6/18/1988 C 1 NH60 
1 6/30/1988 B 1 * N HM 
1 7/01/1988 C 1 N T35 



H 1 9/03/1988 C 1 M H60 

H 1 10/11/1988 B 1PM 

H 1 10/25/1988 C 1 P N 

H 2 11/01/1988 B 1 N 

H 1 12/15/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 12/28/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 11/19/1988 C 1 M 



H 1 8/16/1988 B 1 P N H60 

H 1 7/30/1988 B 1 N H60 

H 1 7/02/1983 C 2 N 

H 1 3/15/1988 B 1 N H60 



ALAMANCE/CASWELL COUNTIES MENTAL HEALTH AGENCY 



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SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 
research: HOST DRUNKEN DRIVERS ARE PROBLEM DRINKERS 

ALARM SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO FIRE ALARMS 
SEE ALSO SECURITY SYSTEMS 
SEE ALSO SMOKE DETECTORS 

JAIL ANNEX ESCAPES BRING ALARM SYSTEM 

THIEVES DISABLE ALARM 

MAN SAYS FEE HIKE TOO HIGH FOR LINKING ALARMS, POLICE 

PERSON BOARD TOLD COUNTY IN HEALTHY FINANCIAL CONDITION 

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR ALARM THWARTS BREAK-IN 

BURGLAR ALARMS REQUIRE NEW PHONE NUMBER 

ALASKA 

A TARNISHED REPUTATION 

HE'S GOING TO ALASKA TO HELP INDIANS TO BETTER LIFE 

ALASKA, OIL RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO OIL 
NATIONAL TREASURE ENDANGERED 
NO ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEM 

ALAYANFE 

SEE ALSO AFRICAN-AMERICAN DANCE ENSEMBLE 
FESTIVALS FLOWER IN APRIL 
DRAMATIC EVENTS SPRING FORTH 
•GHANIAN TALES' COLORFUL MORAL PAGEANT 
*$* FREE OF CHARGE $« 
RITES OF PASSAGE 
KUANZAA 

ALBEMARLE CITY COUNCIL 

ALBEMARLE COUNCIL ELECTION DISPUTE APPEARS RESOLVED 

ALBEMARLE SOUND 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS SAYS GASTON PIPELINE WOULDN'T HURT BASS 
MOBIL PLAN TO EXPLORE N.C. COAST WORRIES SOME 
MORE STUDY IS SOUGHT ON DRILLING OFF COAST 

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

SCHWEITZER MEDALS TO BE GIVEN APRIL 4-6 

TRIANGLE PUTS FOUR IN FESTIVALS' TOP 1,000 

DURHAM DOCTOR TO GIVE AWARD TO PERRY COMO 

THE TRIANGLE CONNECTION 

NOBEL WINNER GETS SCHWEITZER PRIZE 

HITCHIN6S WINS SCHWEITZER PRIZE 

ANOTHER HONOR FOR DR. HITCHINGS 

ALBRIGHT WILLING WORKERS VOLUNTEER TEAM 
HOLIDAY FEAST 



S 2 6/27/1988 C 10 N 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 1 

CHH 1 

S 2 



2/02/1988 C 

2/24/1988 C 

5/06/1988 A 

11/08/1988 B 

11/29/1988 A 

12/03/1988 A 



2 2/09/1988 A 
2 11/25/1988 C 



4/07/1988 D 
4/07/1988 D 
4/15/1988 D 
4/21/1988 D 
6/30/1988 D 
12/29/1988 D 



3/10/1988 
3/29/1988 
3/31/1988 
11/02/1988 
11/17/1988 
11/18/1988 
11/27/1988 



1 
2 
7 
1 

10 
10 



N B53 
N 

N H70 
N T33 
N 
N 



4 E 
1 P N A54 



H 2 2/06/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 2/18/1988 A 4 L 



2 P 
5 P 
11 P 
4 P 
2 P 
1 P 



I 

I 

R P10 

I 

P T32 

F B71 



H 2 1/09/1988 C 12 N 



6/08/1988 B 1 
9/07/1988 A 1 
9/08/1988 B 10 



N 

U W66 

N 

E 

N H65 

N 

E 



S 2 12/20/1988 B 1 P P T37 



THE ALCHEMEDIAN3 

TALENTED TEAM TAKES AUDIOCE INTO 



'THE ALCHEMEDIANS' ZONE 



2 1/25/1988 B 4 R W63 



ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO ABC STORES 

SEE ALSO BEER 

SEE ALSO COCKTAILS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

SEE ALSO NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

SEE ALSO WINE 
SAMPLES INVITE TRAGEDY 
LABELS GOOD WEAPON IN ALCOHOL ABUSE FIGHT 
STUDY FINDS SOUTHERNERS DRINK MORE 



H 2 2/03/1988 A 4 L 
S 2 4/26/1988 A 4 E 
S 2 8/12/1988 A 13 N 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



miCA. EXAMINER SAYS MANY DEATHS ARE PREVENTABLE 

ALCOHOL, HEALTH EFFECTS 

KMb^SShOLISH RAISES CONCERNS IN CAROLINA 
KNOWING IS SAYING NO 
WHICH ADDICTION KILLS? 

llfSSTA^^ffiE GOOD HEALTH 

i CI URt JSw«' 

1 U S« Ik. 

^of ffi^LIQUOR IN h^BANE 

SD^^RESTO ONDRUG? ALCOHOL CHARGES m 
X (K(«MH SELLING BEER TO MINOR 

WVHffUSSHL CASES IN PERSON COUNTY 
POak OMCK DOWN ON YOUNG WINKERS 
M^CHARGEI' WITH ILLEGALLY OPERATING BAR 
paiCELOG/POLICE CITE WOULD-BE BEER BUYER - REPORT 
OPERATION STINGS 18 IN ILLEGAL BEER SALES 
180f 26 STORES FAIL AGE/BEER CHECK 
•LIQUOR HOUSES' BSMtWIUmt 

^clIks^SPoI sIlTngTc^l to ra« _ 

FTBffCTORECLEwS CHARGED WITH ILLEGAL ALCOHOL SALES 

ALCOHOL, LAWS 
SEE ABC LAWS 

^SttALffALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 
SEE ALSO LEGAL DRINKING AGE „„ 
^LEGISLATORS H™M*|ES 

AIR CONDITIONING, BEER SALES RISE WITH HEA1 

18 OF 26 STORES FAIL AGE/BEER CHECK 

HWffliPWWw ON LIQUOR STORE 
WTERS INGIBSOWILLE APPROVE LIQUOR STORE 
ff I^TSLMUOR PROFITS DECLINED 10X 

^^ToUEOES, N.C., ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

^JHEN WILL CHAPEL HILL BEGIN TO LIVE UP TO ITS NAME? 

ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 
OFF" ALSO ABC LAWS 

I U MtoKkS CONTROL BOARD 

MaVSo WITHwVlY OPERATING BAR 
OPERATION STINGS 18 IN ILLEGAL BEER SALES 

ALCOHOL-RELATED CRIMES 



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H 2 1/14/1988 D 10 N 



2 2/04/1988 A 

1 4/26/1988 C 

2 5/18/1988 A 
2 5/20/1988 A 
2 5/20/1988 A 
2 5/25/1988 A 



CHH 1 6/24/1988 A 



L 
N 
E 
L 
L 
L 
U 



H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


S 




CHH 1 


CHH 


1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


£ 


CH> 


1 1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 



1/06/1988 B 
3/29/1988 C 
5/03/1988 C 
6/11/1988 C 
6/25/1988 C 
8/09/1988 B 
8/15/1988 A 
8/30/1988 A 
9/06/1988 A 
9/08/1988 A 
9/09/1988 C 
10/11/1988 B 
10/12/1988 A 
10/21/1988 A 
10/22/1988 C 
10/23/1988 B 
11/01/1988 A 



6 


N 


1 


N 


.4 


N 


7 


N 


3 


N 


5 


N 


1 


N B53 


3 


N R63 


3 


N 


1 


N B53 


1 


N N36 


5 


N 


3 


N 


1 


N B53 


4 


N 


8 P N A80 


1 


N B53 



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



5/05/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/23/1988 
7/26/1988 
7/26/1988 
7/28/1988 
9/07/1988 
9/09/1988 
10/04/1983 
10/04/1988 
10/05/1988 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 

2 12/10/1988 B 



16 

10 
4 
4 
4 

12 
1 
1 
6 
1 
1 

14 



N 

N U29 
L 
E 
L 
N 
' N W82 
N N36 
N 
N 
N 
N 



CHH 1 6/15/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 1/30/1988 D 
CHH 1 8/30/1988 A 
S 2 9/08/1988 A 



4 N 
3 N R63 
1 N B53 



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SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE, PILOTS 
ONE MAN'S STRUGGLE; HE IS SEEKING A LIFE FREE OF ALCOHOL.., 
APOLOGY WILL NOT REPLACE SLAIN FATHER 
T0U6HER LAWS OR OLDER DRINKERS FOR N.C.? 
OFFICIALS ALARMED BY DRUG, ALCOHOL REPORT FINDINGS 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

ALCOHOLIC TREATMENT CENTERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHAPS CENTER 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, ALCOHOLISM AND ADDICTION PROGRAM 
PLEA TO FUND ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN PRISONS MILL LIKELY BE REPEATED 

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 
UNC STUDENT HEALTH GEARS UP TO FIGHT ALCOHOL ABUSE 

ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO ADDICTION 

SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE. ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 

SEE ALSO CHAPS CENTER 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

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

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, ALCOHOLISM AND ADDICTION PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM RESCUE MISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLISM RESEARCH AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE UNIT 

SEE ALSO PRISONERS, N.C, ALCOHOLICS 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, ALCOHOL USE 

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

SEE ALSO WOMEN, ALCOHOLISM 

DUKE PROF URGES ROUTINE SCREENING FOR DRUG ABUSE 

TREATING DRUG DEPENDENCY, ABUSE FOCUS OF SYMPOSIUM 

MOST PEOPLE DON'T KNOW HOW TO HELP DRUG DEPENDENT 

TEST FOR ALCOHOLICS MAY CREATE PROBLEMS 

ALCOHOLISM AMONG ELDERLY TIED TO SHIFTING CONCERNS 

CURE FOR ALCOHOLISM 

HELP AVAILABLE FOR CHILDREN WITH ALCOHOLIC PARENTS 

ALCOHOLISM COUNCIL BECOMES N.C RESOURCE CENTER 

DURHAM CENTER WILL LEAD DEPENDENCY FIGHT 

ONE MAN'S STRUGGLE; HE IS SEEKING A LIFE FREE OF ALCOHOL... 

COURT RULING ON ALCOHOLISM RAISES CONCERNS IN CAROLINA 

LABELS GOOD WEAPON IN ALCOHOL ABUSE FIGHT 

RESEARCH! MOST DRUNKEN DRIVERS ARE PROBLEM DRINKERS 

ALCOHOLISM STUDY GROUP DEFENDS USE OF STATE MONEY FOR BAR TAB 

DUKE PROGRAM HELPS ALCOHOLICS FACE BEING SOBER 

ALCOHOLISM AUTHORITY FLUBS SYMBOLIC GESTURE 

ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE KNOW NO BOUNDARIES 

LIQUOR AT MEETING DEFIES LOGIC 

MARTINS HELP OPEN CLEARINGHOUSE FOR INFORMATION ON DRUG ABUSE 

CENTER OFFERS INFORMATION ON DRUG ABUSE 

COCAINE ADDICTION INCREASING 

ANTI-DRINKING BLITZ 

$62,000 ANTI-DRUG GRANT GOES TO NCCU 

HAERLE! CITY FACES LONG DRUG war 

LOCAL EFFORT KEY TO DRUG WAR 

ALCOHOL SEMINAR FOR STUDENTS IS SCHEDULED SUNDAY AT UNC 

BAPTIST CONVENTION TO STUDY CENTER TO HELP ABUSERS OF ALCOHOL, DRUGS 

ALERT CABLE TV 

SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION, N.C. 
CARY PANEL TO PROBE ALERT CABLE TV RECORD 
MERGER WON'T CHANGE CABLE TV 

ALERT DEVICE 

SEE LIFELINE UNIT 



H 2 4/11/1988 A 1 P N U27 

H 2 4/23/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 8/28/1988 A 1 P N W29 

H 2 12/04/1988 A 1 C N S82 



H 2 12/23/1988 A 1 N 046 



CHH 1 8/14/1988 A 1 N S17 



s 


2 


1/16/1988 A 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 


1/17/1988 A 


13 


N T33 


S 


2 


1/20/1988 C 


7 


U 


s 


2 


1/25/1988 A 


4 


E 


s 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


12 


U 


H 


2 


1/30/1988 A 


4 


L 


s 


2 


2/03/1988 C 


2 


U 


s 


2 


3/11/1988 C 


1 


N W82 


s 


2 


3/14/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/11/1988 A 


1 P N W27 


H 


1 


4/26/1988 C 


4 


N 


s 


2 


4/26/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


6/27/1988 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


7/16/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 


7/18/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


7/19/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


7/19/1988 B 


16 


N D80 


S 


2 


7/28/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


8/12/1988 A 


9 P N K65 


S 


2 


8/12/1988 C 


1 1 


3 N H65 


H 


2 


8/28/1988 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


9/06/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/13/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


9/22/1988 A 


1 


N H65 


S 


2 10/17/1988 A 


1 


N H65 


CHH 1 


11/04/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 11/17/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/21/1988 B 


1 


N F41 


a* 


1 1 


10/11/1988 A 


3 


N Vll 



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12/31/1988 



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ALEXANDER CALDER CONSERVATION AUARD 

KgARd!s WORK WINS NATIONAL NOTICE 
DURHAM WOMAN UINS NATIONAL AWARD 
DUR^'SMOBEL CONSERVATIONIST 

ALEXA rTfSoppose PARKWAY 
ALEXANDER'S (DURHAM, N.C. RESTAURANT) 

^foWN^SSisWTHE GOING TOUGH 

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 

^a^K'wJRHAM POLICE CHIEF CANDIDATE 
POLICE CHIEF CANDIDATE WITHDRAWS 
pSthf rHIEF CANDIDATE WITHDRAWS 
H&QTTFR1 OF 3 FINALISTS IN ALEXANDRIA 
F^DENIES KNOWLOGE OF HAMPTON'S JOB MOVES 
ONE BLACK CANDIDATE REMAINS UNDER CLOUD 
CHASING THE aUSIVE CHIEF 

Eof SaTM S K ICE JOB WAS ALWAYS HIS FIRST CHOICE 
•SOMETHING IS ROTTEN' 

ALGAE 

^STAtF PeKeNCE WILLHELP FISHERMEN 
UTILITY FILES FOR PATENT 
RED TIDE WARNING NETWORK PLANNED 

^tiKy^Oe^e? 5 O^S, OYSTERS 

^^STILL AT WAR WITH TERRORISTS 
ALGONQUIN PRESS (CHAPEL HILL, N.C) 

SWgSMl.™ ^VARIETY OF BOOK PUBLISHERS 
ALIENATION-OF-AFFECTION 

^iWsunACCUSES WOMAN OF ALIENATING HUSBAND'S AFFECTION 

ALL-AMERICA FOOTBALL 

^INE^TABBOWl^MERICA, BREAKS DUKE DROUGHT 
ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASEBALL TEAM 

^TA^S B TURTLE 1 ZAUN HEADS ALL-ACC BASEBALL TEAM 
ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL TEAM 

"«H KTSnC'S REID K£AD AP ALL-ACC SELECTIONS 
B)ft SIV^ID TOP .LL-ACC TEAM 
ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM 

ALL-MALE CIVIC CLUBS 
SEE MEN'S CLUBS 

ALL-STAR GAME, BASEBALL 



2 10/19/1988 A 
2 10/20/1988 A 
2 10/21/1988 A 
2 11/19/1988 A 
2 11/23/1988 A 



1 P N M06 
16 P N 
4 E 
1 P N 046 

4 E 



S 2 4/26/1988 A 1 N M06 



S 2 1/04/1988 C 1 N W82 



H 
S 
S 
S 

s 

S 
H 
S 
H 
H 



1/21/1988 B 

1/27/1988 A 

1/27/1988 

1/28/1988 

1/28/1988 

1/28/1988 

1/29/1988 

1/29/1988 

1/30/1988 

2/02/1988 



N 

N B53 
N H70 
N B53 
N B53 
E 
E 

N B53 
N M51 
L 



S 2 1/05/1988 A 4 E 

H 3 5/28/1988 C 1 N L90 

H 2 8/15/1988 B 5 N 

S 2 9/08/1988 C 7 N 

H 2 9/09/1988 C 2 N 

H 2 4/22/1988 A 4 E 



S 2 10/22/1988 B 8 N 
H 2 10/23/1988 E 3 U H45 



H 2 10/15/1988 C 2 N S82 



H 2 12/02/1988 B 1 P N 



S 2 5/10/1988 B 3 N 



H 2 3/06/1988 C 10 N 
H 2 3/08/1988 B 2 P N 
S 2 3/08/1988 B 2 P N 



S 2 11/21/1988 D 6 N 
H 2 11/22/1988 D 1 P N 



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N E 
P D 



SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
PLAYERS SHOULD CHOOSE ALL-STARS 

ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES 
SEE OFF-ROAD VEHICLES 

ALL-TRIANGLE CONFERENCE BASEBALL 



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BATE- 
S 2 7/19/1988 A 4 L 



ALL-TRIANGLE CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, FOOTBALL (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
MCGILL LEADS ALL-TRIANGLE TEAM S 



ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA 

see also pennsylvania 
tallying the aids census 

allegheny international 

no layoff at louisburg furniture plant— officials 

allenton, inc. 

allenton opens new sales office 

developer; Durham lags in high-density housing 

durham's dilemma! sound growth vs. no growth 

public-private partnerships help businesses keep competitive edge 

allenton breaks ground in cary 

sculptor's laocoon filled the bill (or pit) in durham 

raleigh firm, allenton likely to merge 

raleigh firm merging with allenton division 

merger to produce state's largest realty firm 

real estate merger produces dispute over who's the biggest 

2 office buildings under way by mall 

ALLENTON REALTY AND INSURANCE CO. 
BREAKING GROUND 

CHAMBER WANTS PARKING RATES ROLLED BACK 
RALEIGH FIRM, ALLENTON LIKELY TO MERGE 
RALEIGH FIRM MERGING WITH ALLENTON DIVISION 
HAMRICK LEAVES ALLENTON TO JOIN GRIFFIN ASSOCIATES 
HOWARD PERRY & WALSTON SELLS OFICE BUILDINGS FOR $7.4 MILLION 

ALLERGIES 

SEE ALSO POLLEN 
SPRING FEVER MEANS HAY FEVER TO ALLERGY SUFFERERS 
'TIS JUST THE SEASON 
N.C. ALLERGY SEASON IN FULL SWING 
POLLEN IS EVERYWHERE AND ALLERGY SEASON IN FULL SWING 
LOCATION, CLIMATE, SEASON PLAY KEY ROLES IN EFFECTS OF ALLERGIES 
DUKE TO STUDY POSSIBLE LINK BETWEEN ASPARTAME, HIVES 

ALLIANCE CONTRACTING CO. 

EAST DURHAM FIRMS BLAST REZONING 

ALLIED CHURCHES OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHURCHES, N.C. 
ALAMANCE CHURCH GROUP PLANS TO BUILD SHELTER FOR HOMELESS 

ALLIED FIBERS AND PLASTICS CO. 

ONLY HALF OF COMPANIES FILE REQUIRED CHEMICAL REPORTS 

ALLIED SIGNAL, INC, 

BENDIX TO INVEST HEAVILY IN CHARLOTTE 

ALLIGATOR RIVER NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE 
SEE ALSO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY 
EIGHT MORE RED WOLVES WILL BE SENT TO REFUGE 
OFFICIALS! RED WOLF PROJECT BLAZING TRAIL FOR ENDANGERED SPECIES 
CONSERVANCY BUYS TRACT FOR WILDLIFE REFUGE 
ALLIGATOR RIVER LAST BASTION FOR RED WOLVES 



2 12/03/1988 B 3 N 



H 2 10/07/1988 A 4 E 



H 1 2/23/1988 B 10 N 



1/16/1988 A 
1/19/1988 B 
1/20/1988 C 
2/04/1988 A 
4/02/1988 A 
4/25/1988 A 
8/24/1988 A 
8/25/1988 A 
8/25/1988 C 
8/28/1988 F 
9/27/1988 A 



4/03/1988 F 
7/26/1983 A 
8/24/1988 A 
8/25/1988 A 
9/01/1988 A 
2 10/21/1988 C 



S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 



3/30/1988 A 
4/08/1988 A 
5/27/1988 A 
5/28/1988 B 
10/28/1988 A 
12/23/1988 B 



N U82 
Q H70 
Q H70 
Q L41 
N W82 
N N36 
N U82 
N C47 
N W82 
N C47 



1 M N W82 



P S73 
N U82 
N W82 
N C47 
N M06 
N 



U 
E 
N 
N 
U 
N H80 



S 2 9/30/1988 A 1 P N W82 



H 1 6/24/1988 C 
H 1 7/12/1988 B 
S 2 3/10/1988 A 



H 2 1/07/1988 C 

S 2 1/14/1988 A 

H 2 1/16/1988 C 

H 2 1/24/1988 C 



1 N 

1 N 

14 N 



16 N 
10 N 
1 N H60 
13 P N 



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STATE'S RED WOLVES PRODUCE PUPS 

S^D^K PHASED INTO NORTH CAROLINA WILD PRODUCE CUBS 

KADWLPS HATE OWING FOR THEIR PUP 

LAND BOUGHT FOR UILDLIFE REFUGE 

™ Kffi»S«& killed 
^%Se^ I S»aS ,C c^b open in f«j_ 
^ ff ipSrs ST cS-T R ^ ) 

ALfWY ALMAY'EW^OYEE FACING CHARGES 

AU€T NO A L%OFF aFlDUISBURG FURNITURE PLANT-OFFICIALS 

ALOHA AIRWAYS 

PILOT IS HERO IN THE AIR 
INSIDE 

ALPHA DELTA KAPPA 

TEACHERS HONORED 
EDUCATORS GATHER 

ALL TWISTED UP 
ALPHA INTERFERON 

S ^WUG R T0 S BOeFIT VICTIMS OF AIDS 

^AtTsos&m IKing VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE 
SORORITY SCHOLARSHIP 

ALPHA PHI ONEGA 
FREE SERVICE 

*' s Soffit foS'Uge 

"WJHW*! LVRES HERE JUST A BLUR 
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORP. 

SEE ALSO BCRGY CONSERVATION, N.C. 
SEE ALSO D«GY SOURCES , ALTERNATIVES 

UOttTNEK^ CORP. PLANS (CETIN6S 

TNFraaSilON CAMPAIGN DISCUSSED— IN PRIVATE 

ALTERNATIVE ffi BOARD TO WORK IN FOUR PROJECTS 

VEIGa WILL DIRECT 49-UNIVERSITY RESEARCH GROUP 

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SEMINAR SCHQULED 

ALTERNATIVC ENERGY CORP. TO SPONSOR SEMINAR 

ADFLURES RALEIGH CROWD TO DURHAM 

WAVE MOTION EYED FOR ELECTRICITY 



N 
P 

S 

s 

S 
S 
H 

H 
H 



— DATE- 

5/18/1988 
6/08/1988 
6/16/1988 
6/18/1988 
6/21/1988 
6/30/1938 
12/19/1988 



S 
E 
C -PS 



10 
14 

8 

4 

6 P 

O 

1 M 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

N 
N 
N 
E 
N 
N 
N H60 



H 2 6/23/1988 A 18 N 

H 2 10/27/1988 A 16 N 

CHH 1 7/22/1988 A 1 M N R63 

S 2 12/28/1988 C 1 N 

H 1 11/22/1988 C 1 N 

H 1 2/23/1988 B 10 N 



S 2 4/30/1988 ft 4 E 

S 2 5/07/1983 B 1 U T30 

S 2 6/06/1988 A 2 P P T44 

S 2 10/10/1988 B 2 P P T32 

H 2 4/22/1988 A 6 P F §56 

H 2 4/29/1988 A 6 P F S56 



3/24/1988 B 
3/27/1988 B 



4 N 
1 P P C45 



CHH 1 11/23/1988 A 1 N S17 

S 2 2/04/1988 B 5 N 

S 2 6/02/1988 B 6 P P T32 

H 2 3/20/1988 B 1 P P T32 

CHH 1 12/27/1988 A 1 N M70 

H 2 4/15/1988 D 3 R L37 



H 
H 

H 
H 

H 
H 

H 
H 



1/10/1988 
1/15/1988 
4/19/1988 
5/21/1983 
5/24/1988 
6/09/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/21/1988 



12 
12 
10 
16 
10 
6 
6 
18 



N 

N M97 

N R80 
1 N R80 

N 

N R80 
' U W15 

N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



CAN THE SEA BE HARNESSED? 
KOGER TO HEAD N.C. ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORP. 
GLUTTONOUS HOLIDAY TURKEYS STUFFED WITH ENERGY 
AEC OFFERING LIGHTING PROGRAM TO TRIANGLE 



SUBJECTS 



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S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 7/26/1988 A 
H 2 9/16/1988 C 
H 2 11/23/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/15/1988 A 



4 E 
1 P N K65 
1 N K65 
7 N 



ALTERNATIVES TASK FORCE 

SEE DURHAM ALTERNATIVES TASK FORCE 



ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY PENALTIES PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ALTERNATIVES TASK FORCE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COMMUNITY PENALTIES PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO IMPACT (INTENSIVE MOTIVATIONAL PROGRAM OF ALTERNATIVE CORRECTIONAL TREAT..) 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C..J OVERCROWDING 

N.C. ALTERNATIVE SENTENCING GROUP CITES UHICHARD 

PRISON ALTERNATIVES GAIN FAVOR 

FORUM SET THURSDAY TO EXPLAIN TASK FORCE 

CITIZENSHIP PLAN COMMENDED 

PANEL SAYS PRISON ALTERNATIVES COULD SAVE $5 MILLION 

NON-PRISON PUNISHMENT IS GAINING ACCEPTANCE 

N.C. TRIES OPTIONS TO INCARCERATION 

DURHAM PROGRAM KEEPS WINDOWS FROM BECOMING BARS 

PRIVILEGE SOFTENS PENALTY 

PRISON ALTERNATIVES MAY UNCLOG FULL CELLS 

STATE CONSIDERS CORRECTIONAL BOOT CAMP 



ALTITUDE 

THESE MICE MUST THINK THEY LIVE 3 1/2 MILES HIGH 

ALTRUSA CLUB OF DURHAM 
NEW OFFICERS 
STOCKING A SHELTER 

ALUM 

TAW<ER LEAK CAUSES SCARE 

ALUMINUM 

ALUMINUM PANS ENERGY EFFICIENT 

ALUMINUM CO. OF N.C. 

ALUMINUM COMPANY OF NORTH CAROLINA TAKES GRAND PRIZE (AD) 

ALUMINUM RECYCLING 
SEE RECYCLING 
SEE REYNOLDS ALUMINUM RECYCLING CO. 

ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATRE 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
AILEY DANCE THEATER TO PERFORM 
$*$ FREE OF CHARGE *$» 
AILEY'S 'REVELATIONS' WERE ONCE A 'SWORD' 
AILEY CLASSICS, DOVE PREMIERE NARRATIVE CONTRAST 

ALVIN AILEY REPERTORY DANCE ENSEMBLE 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
AILEY TROUPE TO PERFORM 

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 
SEE ALSO CARE-TRAK 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
SEE ALSO DUKE ALZHEIMER'S FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK 
SEE ALSO JOSEPH M. AND KATHLEEN PRICE BRYAN RESEARCH BUILDING 
SEE ALSO THA (TETRAHYDROAMINOACRINE) 

SUIT OVER MONEY SENT TO FALWELL IS SETTLED OUT OF COURT 

DUKE CENTER AIDS ALZHEIMER'S SUFFERERS, FAMILIES 

DUKE SUPPORT GROUPS IMPORTANT FOR ALZHEIMER PATIENTS' CAREGIVERS 

CONVALESCENT PATIENTS TO ROCK FOR DONATIONS 

ALL TWISTED UP 

$1,000 RAISED FOR ALZHEIMER'S 

SPEAKERS AT GREENSBORO HEARING CALL FOR MORE SERVICES FOR ELDERLY 



H 


2 


2/05/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/07/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/08/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/17/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


6/08/1988 B 


16 


N 


S 


2 


6/20/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


S 


2 


6/21/1988 B 


4 


J Oil 


H 


2 


6/27/1988 A 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


8/16/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


8/19/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


8/29/1988 B 


5 


N 



H 2 9/25/1988 B 



S 
H 


2 
2 


7/09/1988 A 
11/04/1988 B 


5 P P C45 
4 P P S73 


CHH 


1 


9/14/1988 A 


3 N R63 


S 


2 


9/10/1988 A 


5 U H05 


H 


2 


5/01/1988 B 


3 P A 



H 2 1/23/1988 C 

S 2 1/28/1988 D 

H 2 1/29/1988 D 

H 2 2/05/1988 D 



4 N U80 
3 P N 

5 P R L59 
9 R L59 



2 1/17/1988 D 8 P P K30 



H 


1 


1/07/1988 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/25/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/14/1988 B 


8 N D80 


H 


2 


3/19/1988 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 B 


1 P P C45 


H 


2 


4/05/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


4/07/1988 C 


8 N 



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1/01/1988 



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- 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



DUKE, FORMER F1AYERS HONO* _n$MVS MEMORY 
■dRBUHSUSft mi ^HEDfR'S VICTIMS 

MISS NG WOMAN FOUND UNINjfKD TTNr __ DIS£AS£S 
CHEMICAL ^Y HOLD CLU| TO TOATINCNEWE DISEASES 

WVICE TRACKS LOST VICTIMS OF AUHtintK s 
OT int FIND WOMAN WITH ALZHEIMER'S 

MBUIDlMHh-.-- 

AMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS (OPERA) 

^AMAHL, WoUITZ VIDEOS GOOD FOR CHRISTMAS EVE 

^SfTalI 3SSSS ?Se^5» OF°S ^CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIE ORGANIZATIONS 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO UNIONS, U.S. „ ^ mm S 2 2/25/1988 A 13 N 

JACKSON BACKS UNION IN ROCKY MOUNT 



N 
P 

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



S 
E 
— DATE — C -ffi 



4/10/1988 B 
4/12/1988 A 
5/11/1988 A 
5/14/1988 C 
5/17/1988 A 
5/19/1988 B 
5/24/1988 C 
6/08/1988 C 
6/16/1988 B 
8/03/1988 A 
8/09/1988 A 
10/22/1988 C 
10/22/1988 C 



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P N C36 

L 

L 

N 080 

N 

N 

N B53 

U 

N C60 
P N D80 
D N C60 
D H 

N 



H 2 12/23/1988 D 5 P R L59 



AMARYLLIS „„__ 

^K^CaORFU. PU*T 

AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS 

SE AHATEUR R RADI0 OPERATORS, CANCER LINKED 

^ALsfcHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, AMATEUR ATHLETIC COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSO SraTS (GENERAL HEADING) H 3 2/27/1988 C 

CHAMKR SEEKS AID FOR AMATEUR ATHLETICS 



S 2 12/30/1988 B 2 F 



H 2 1/04/1988 A 11 N 



^^yCTWii-iAIVE *K». OF VISION 
HBULWlft ImPMONTHS AWAY 

Kysite sousht by rainbow SOCCER 

K^KSeR AMBERLY PERMIT 

""^IEniS^BEST PART OF AMWOSIA TAKE-OUTS 

AWB s^so £ rm ^I^DICAL CENTER, life care PROGRAM 
H ALSO DECENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS 
DUKE'S LIFE CARE UNIQUE 

1938 BIRTH IN HALL=ttYNNE AMBULANCE PROVIDED NAMES FOR T«INS 

AMBULANCE SERVICE, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEEALSOMWLANCE SERVICE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO DURHAM RESCUE SQUAD 

1ST BABY RUSHES INTO NEW YEAR 

AMBULANCE WORKERS RESUSCITATED WOMAN 

SoDFIREDEPT. TO HOLD STEW SALE 

BHbBniN&H RATE INCREASE 

SS^ffiHWIES MA^BE CUT TO FIGHT CRIME 
SSlU^eK WING TO GROW WITH WRHAM COJNTY 



1/05/1988 
3/16/1988 
7/14/1988 
8/04/1988 
. 12/21/1988 
CHH 1 12/22/1988 
CHH 1 12/22/1988 
CHH 1 12/31/1988 



H 2 
H 3 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



N R71 



N W27 
N U27 
N H90 
N Vll 

' N Vll 
N M25 
E 

> H Vll 



H 2 10/07/1988 D 23 P R D77 



S 

s 
s 

H 
S 
S 

s 

H 



3/03/1988 A 
3/04/1988 A 
6/05/1988 B 
8/14/1988 D 
9/04/1988 C 



P N U82 
P F T32 

N 
P F C19 

P U L57 



1/01/1988 
1/07/1988 
2/05/1988 
2/19/1988 
3/14/1988 
3/15/1988 
3/25/1988 
4/10/1988 



N W82 
N 
' N S73 
L 

N M06 
N M06 
N B53 
1 M N C60 



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HOSPITAL BUDGET PROPOSAL WOULD INCREASE RATES 
POLICE URGE AMBULANCE WORKERS TO PROTECT EVIDENCE 

AMBULANCE SERVICE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE 

SEE ALSO SOUTH GRANVILLE RESCUE SQUAD 
FOUR SUSPENDED FOLLOWING CHASE WITH AMBULANCES 
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SYSTEM PROPOSED IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

AMBULANCE SERVICE, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY RESCUE SQUAD 
SOUTH ORANGE RESCUE TRIES TO KEEP FREE RIDES ROLLING 

AMBULATORY SURGERY 
SEE ALSO SURGERY 
LENOIR HOSPITAL OPPOSES SURGICAL CENTER 

AMBUSH 

PIZZA MAN APPARENTLY MET AMBUSH— POLICE 

AMEN COWER (PLAY) 

HOT TIMES; CULTURAL ACTIVITIES HEAT UP HERE 

ROCRAE THEATER STAGING BALDWIN 'AMEN' 

BALDWIN REMEMBERED 

FINE ENSEMBLE MAKES 'AMEN CORNER' HEAVENLY SHOW 

'AMEN CORNER' REWARDS AUDIENCE EFFORT 

'AMEN CORNER' GETS RERUN, 'SINGING STREAM* A PRIZE 

AMENITY BUILDERS 

TWO POLICEMEN ALSO HOUSEBUILDERS 

AMERASIANS 

SEE ALSO CHINESE-AMERICANS 
VIETNAM VET MEETS DAUGHTER HE REJECTED 

AMERICA WEST AIRLINES 

ATTEMPT TO BLOCK MERGER REJECTED 

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 
SEE ALSO ARTS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SCIENCE 

ACADEMY INDUCTS REYNOLDS PRICE 

FACULTY MEMBERS HONORED 

U.S. ACADEMY HONORS UNC PROFESSORS 



SUBJECTS 



-DATE- 



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H 2 4/14/1988 B 1 N C60 
S 2 10/17/1988 C 1 N B53 



H 2 6/10/1988 A 15 N 
H 1 12/21/1988 C 1 N T33 



CHH 1 12/19/1988 A 1 N H90 



H 1 10/05/1988 C 7 N 



H 2 9/22/1988 B 1 N M51 



AMERICAN AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO AMR CORPORATION 

SEE ALSO AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN EAGLE 

AMERICAN AMONG AIRLINES IGNORING NON-SMOKING LAW H 

AVIATION HAS BIG N.C. YEAR H 

AMERICAN AIRLIfCS, FUQUA TO SPONSOR 'VENTURE '88' S 

PARIS A POSSIBILITY IN AMERICAN PLANS FOR RDU SERVICE H 

REPORT SAYS TRANSPORTATION TO N.C.'S SUPERCOLLIDER SITE LESS THAN... BEST H 

BRANTLEY! RDU 'PASSED TEST' ON SEATING BLIND PASSENGER H 

BUSINESS BRIEFING H 

AMERICAN ANNOUNCES PARIS FLIGHT S 

AMERICAN, SOUTHWEST HAVE BEST RECORDS S 

RDU CHIEF WANTS STUDY OF TERMINALS S 

AMERICAN AIMS FOR RDU-TO-PARIS SERVICE BY MAY H 

SNOW QUIETS RDU FLIGHT ACTIVITY H 

AMERICAN SAYS DIRECT PARIS FLIGHTS WILL BOOST RDU S 

ON TO PARIS H 

FINANCIAL WOES GROUND AMERICAN EAGLE AT RDU H 

ALLENTON OPENS NEW SALES OFFICE S 

AVAIR CANCELS FLIGHTS UNTIL JAN, 24 H 

PARIS TRIP MAY SPUR RDU NAME CHANGE S 

AIRPORT MOVING AHEAD ON TOP-PRIORITY IMPROVEMENTS S 

RDU-TO-PARIS NONSTOP FLIGHTS TAKE OFF MAY 26 H 

PARIS FLIGHTS SHOULD HELP LURE SUPERCOLLIDER PROJECT H 



5/26/1988 D 
5/27/1988 D 
6/16/1988 D 
6/23/1988 D 
6/24/1988 D 
7/19/1988 B 



I 

N W29 
F B71 
R R90 
R P10 
U W66 



H 2 3/07/1988 C 1 P N M51 



2 1/31/1988 B 
2 2/20/1988 D 



2 6/16/1988 C 
2 6/16/1988 C 
2 7/21/1988 C 



1 N 
5 N 



2 


1/02/1988 C 


1 


N 


2 


1/03/1988 B 


6 


N 


2 


1/04/1988 A 


9 


N 


2 


1/06/1988 A 


1 


T N M97 


2 


1/06/1988 A 


12 


N 


2 


1/06/1988 A 


13 


N R30 


2 


1/07/1988 D 


5 


N 


2 


1/07/1988 A 


1 


N 


2 


1/07/1988 A 


2 


N 


2 


1/07/1988 C 


1 


N U82 


2 


1/08/1988 A 


1 


T N M97 


2 


1/08/1988 A 


6 


N R80 


2 


1/08/1988 C 


1 P N W82 


2 


1/13/1988 A 


4 


E 


2 


1/16/1988 A 


1 


N M97 


2 


1/16/1988 A 


3 P N W82 


2 


1/19/1988 B 


1 


N R80 


2 


1/19/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


2 


1/20/1988 C 


1 


N W82 


2 


1/23/1988 A 


1 


N 


2 


1/23/1988 C 


1 


N R53 



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Y SUBJECTS 



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1 



rrmnTR FLIGHT SERVICE NEGOTIATED 

AFRICAN'S LITTLE TOUER DOES BIG JOB 

A^ir! ^LTcOJLD FLY AGAIN WITH $750,000 LOAN 

AVAIR IS OFFERED *750,000 LOAN 

SB SKI ^LlSTcK^ TO HUM AKUT FLIES' NOISE 

AMERICAN eagle cleared for takeoff 
BouEmmnS flight reservation 

ilMtasrar-* 

mwunsiuKu. 

Nfl&lllIlhinK-- 

HUPLMG CONCERN RpH£NTS 
JinEE 0KS AVAIR SALE OF ASSSETS 

S Kkelf 5 ^ KEEP NEU RAIAR 
N^ARTIET TO MARK ^IS FLIGHT , 
BLUE CROSS REPORTS OPERATING LOSSEb 

KM SLIGHT TO WEST COAST 

FrS.aSs AIRPORT CHANGES 'AMAZING' 

LINK TO PARIS 

RHJ: IT'S THE GOOD IBB TruT 

^^MMW SU'S FIRST YEAR 
ROJ AUDITORS ASKEDT0 REVISE FINDINGS 
BRANTLEY SAYS AIRPORT FINANCES IN GOOD SHAPt 
S*£aM mm WINS DIAMOND RING 
BANKER SAYS RULES STIFLING INDUSTRY 

™Sl°AT AIRPORT TO REPLACE FLOW TILE 

Ka* fSnEW COMMAND CCNTtt AT RDU 
AFRICAN STUDIES FLIGHT TO MEXICO 

kim SKIT,, 

PA^AGEWAY TO CMECI AIRF"0RT GATES 
BrtM^nSnjSrt GETS GREEN LIGHT 



N 
P 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 



S 
E E 

D — DATE — C -PG 



T 
Y 

P BYL 



C 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
C 
A 
B 
B 

A 
E 
D 
C 
A 
A 
C 



S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

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



CHH 1 
H 2 



1/23/1988 
1/23/1988 
1/26/1988 
1/27/1988 
1/27/1988 
1/28/1988 
1/28/1988 
1/28/1988 
1/30/1988 
2/12/1983 
2/13/1988 
2/14/1988 
2/18/1988 
2/19/1988 
2/20/1988 
2/22/1988 
2/25/1988 
3/02/1988 
3/02/1988 
3/13/196C 
3/29/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/13/1988 
4/13/1988 
4/16/1988 
4/17/1988 
4/21/1988 
4/26/1988 
4/30/1988 
5/11/1988 
5/12/1983 
5/17/1983 
5/25/1988 
5/26/1988 
5/26/1988 B 
5/26/1988 B 
5/27/1988 C 
5/27/1983 
5/27/1983 
6/16/1988 
6/22/1988 
6/22/1988 
6/25/1988 
6/26/1988 
6/29/1983 
7/07/1988 D 
7/12/1988 B 
7/20/1988 
7/20/1988 
7/22/1988 
8/03/1988 
8/10/1983 
8/11/1988 
8/11/1988 
8/11/1988 
8/17/1988 
8/18/1968 
8/23/1988 
8/24/1988 
3/24/1988 
8/25/1988 
8/28/1988 
9/02/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/21/1983 
9/21/1988 
9/23/198S 
10/07/1988 B 
10/10/1988 A 
10/20/1988 A 



2 

2 
o 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

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2 



2 

: 

2 
2 



5 
1 

1 

4 
1 
19 
1 
14 
1 
1 
3 

10 
14 
7 
5 
1 
1 

10 
1 
1 
1 

12 
7 

1 P 
1 

16 
1 P 
5 
9 
4 
10 
1 
2 
6 

1 P 
1 

1 P 
1 F 
1 F 
1 
1 
1 

3 F 
8 
12 
8 
6 
8 

1 
3 

1 

12 
1 
1 
11 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
1 
4 
3 
7 
1 
1 
8 

12 

1 

15 



N R80 
N W82 
N U82 
E 

N W82 
N 

N U82 
N W82 
N M97 
N U82 
N N36 
N P41 
P S73 
N 

N M97 
N 

N W82 
N R30 
N W82 
N 

N 082 
N 

N S51 
» N H82 
N 
N 
P N W82 
N R80 
N 
L 
N 

N M97 
J 
N 
P N K97 
N R80 
P P K30 
P N M97 
P N K30 
N M97 
N H60 
N W82 
P N W82 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N P41 
N U82 
N 

N P41 
N 

N K65 
N H82 
N U82 
N P41 
N W82 
N U82 
N 

N W82 
N P41 
T R56 
N 
N 

N P41 
N U82 
N 
N 

N W82 
N 



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LY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJE 



DECK WORK FLYING ALONG 

AMERICAN AIRLINES BEGINS MEXICO ROUTE FEB. 15 

MEXICO FLIGHTS SET FEB. 15 

AIRLINE TO ADD 600 WORKERS 

RAMP CONTROLLERS FIGHT FLIGHT SCHEDULE DELAYS 

'JOY-STICK' PROGRAM RENEWED AT RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE 

AIRLINE ADDS FLORIDA FLIGHTS AFTER OVERBOOKING 

AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO MEDIATION 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 
UNC PROFESSOR RECEIVES ARBITRATION AWARD 
COURT EXTENDS TEST OF ARBITRATION PROGRAM 
COURT UPHOLDS AWARDS IN PERSON COURTHOUSE CASE . 

AMERICAN ASSEMBLY 

COURT THREATENS DELICATE BALANCE OF FEDERALISM, ANALYST SAYS 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE 
U.S. SCIENCE OFFICIAL TO LECTURE ON COLLIDER 
TRIVELPIECE TO LECTURE ON COLLIDER 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES 
SEE ALSO LAW LIBRARIANS 
NCCU PLANS TO SUPPLY DEMAND WITH LAW-LIBRARY SCIENCE PROGRAM 

AMERICAN ASSXIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM/ORANGE ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS 
COURSE HELPS OLDER DRIVERS IMPROVE SKILLS 
CRIME-PREVENTION PROGRAM SCHEDULED 
RETIRED PERSONS GROUP HAS THURSDAY MEETING 
GRANT AWARDED FOR STUDY IN CASWELL COUNTY 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS 
UNC FACULTY PAY LOW— REPORT 
ASSOCIATION TO HEAR TALK BY CHANCELLOR 
UNC COMPETITIVE EDGE SLIPS, MORE OFFICIALS SAY 
FORDHAM SAYS CHANCELLOR SHOULD NOMINATE TRUSTEES 
PANEL PUSHES FOR BETTER PAY FOR UNC FACULTY 
SEMINARY GROUP, LOLLEY LAUDED FOR ACADEMIC FREEDOM DEFENSE 
EUBANKS WANTS FUNDING CHANGES 
graham: DRUMMOND CAN RESCUE SCHOOL 
SEMINARY BOARD CONDEMNED BY PROFESSOR GROUP 

AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION 

BANKER SAYS RULES STIFLING INDUSTRY 
AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION AGENDA SET 
BANKERS ASSOCIATION HEAD WARNS OF OBSOLESCENCE 

AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO U.S. SUPREME COURT 
AMA PROPOSAL SMUG; ABA TOO TRANSPARENT 

AMERICAN BRANDS 

AMERICAN BRANDS FIGHTS TAKEOVER BID WITH OFFER 

AMERICAN BRANDS FIGHT FLARES AGAIN 

SMOKING LIABILITY CASE COULD HELP SNUFF OUT TOBACCO INDUSTRY 

CLOSING ARGUMENTS GIVEN IN $17 MILLION CIGARETTE SUIT 

SMOKER'S $17 MILLION SUIT ENDS IN MISTRIAL 

BULL DURHAM TOBACCO BRAND WILL BE SOLD 

AMERICAN TOBACCO LAWYER ADMITS JURY CONTACT, DENIES TAMPERING 

HEARING SET ON DEFAULT IN CIGARETTE SUIT 

CLOSED AMERICA TOBACCO PLANT PASSES TEST FOR CONTAMINATION 

HAMNER, WITTENBERG AMONG PARTIES CONSIDERING AMERICAN PROPERTY 

WITTENBERG, HAMNER EYE AMERICAN SITE 

OPTION ON AMERICAN TOBACCO PROPERTY MAY BE SIGNED TODAY 

OPTION ON AMERICAN TOBACCO PROPERTY MAY BE SIGNED TODAY 

AMERICAN MUM ON PROPERTY TALKS 



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D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 


2 10/27/1988 C 
2 11/09/1988 C 
2 11/11/1988 C 
2 11/16/1988 C 
2 11/19/1988 C 
2 11/20/1988 D 
2 12/23/1988 B 


4 P P S76 
1 N 
7 N 
1 N 
1 P N P41 
10 N 
4 N 



H 2 5/21/1988 A 12 N 
H 1 6/02/1988 B 2 N 
H 1 12/07/1988 B 1 N L40 



CHH 1 6/12/1988 A 3 P N L90 



H 2 10/15/1988 C 2 N 
S 2 10/17/1988 A 3 N 



H 2 8/27/1988 C 1 N N36 



H 2 1/15/1988 A 
H 2 6/12/1988 C 
CHH 1 9/11/1988 A 
H 1 12/03/1988 C 


6 F C80 
11 N 
16 N 

1 P N 


H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

Of 

S 

H 


2 2/16/1988 B 
2 3/20/1988 B 
2 3/21/1988 B 

2 3/24/1988 B 

3 4/29/1988 C 
2 6/16/1988 B 

1 1 9/27/1988 A 
2 10/12/1988 A 
2 10/24/1988 A 


1 N K65 
10 N 
1 N 
1 N B81 
1 N B81 

1 N H60 
3 P N S17 

2 N 
14 N 


H 

H 

H 


2 6/26/1988 B 
2 10/11/1988 B 
2 12/06/1988 A 


8 

8 

12 


N 
N 
N 



S 2 1/29/1988 A 4 E 



H 


2 


1/22/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


1/26/1988 A 


8 N 


S 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


1/30/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/06/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/20/1988 D 


5 N 


H 


2 


2/26/1988 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


6/01/1988 B 


9 N 


H 


2 


6/14/1988 A 


1 M N N36 


S 


2 


6/14/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


7/20/1988 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


7/20/1988 A 


1 P N P38 


S 


2 


7/20/1988 A 


1 N W82 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



BY SUBJECTS 



MBmmr" 

^W^™B^DCASTING CO.. 

AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION, BARTLETT WRHAM CHAPTER 
Bffi&WI LAUDED 
SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED 

KS SPEAKS TONIGHT 
AMERICAN CANCERSOCIETY 

THE HANDOFT 
AMFRICAN CANCER SOCIETY, DURHAM CHAPTER 

FLOUER SALE TO BENEFIT CANCER SOCIETY 

*■ S P^yg Meg? SILK 

DAFFODILS BUST IN WAR ON CANCLK 

rKfeiL SOUTH SQUARE 
ffiTHON HELP APPRECIATED 

^aKEsf^ic^Si^^CAUSE 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, ORANGE COUNTY CHAPTER 
CANCER SOCIETY GALA 
DAFFODIL SALES SCHEDULED ^_. 
CMCER SOCIETY FUND-RAISER SET 

^'KKKg'ffi Shi tv 

AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

SjSjS^^JBB SCHOOL ASSEMBLIES 

let "officers C get on uith anti-dsug war 

S^« CLASSES QUIETLY 
^ES^S.f^^^IETLY 



N 


E 


P 


D 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


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S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 





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7/21/1988 A 
8/09/1988 A 
9/16/1988 A 
9/17/1988 A 
9/17/1988 C 
9/19/1988 A 
12/24/1988 A 


1 N N36 
10 N 

2 N 

1 N 

2 N 
2 N 
8 N 


12/28/1988 D 


5 N 



2 5/10/1988 B 11 P P L38 

2 8/25/1988 A 7 N 

2 9/14/1988 B 2 P P S73 

2 9/22/1988 C 1 M 



H 2 2/03/1988 C 
H 2 2/12/1988 B 
H 2 10/29/1988 C 



10 



N 

N C60 
6 P P S73 



S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

S 

S 



2/04/1988 A 
2/21/1988 E 
2/25/1988 A 
3/10/1988 A 
3/15/1988 A 
3/18/1988 B 
4/21/1988 A 
4/21/1988 B 
5/23/1988 A 
5/24/1988 A 
9/14/1988 B 
2 10/19/1988 C 
2 11/08/1988 B 
2 11/16/1988 B 



6 P F 
12 P N 

6 P F 

7 P 
6 P 



S27 



G59 
P S73 
U U15 
P T37 
P S76 
N 
L 
L 

N C60 
N H65 
N A76 
N 



H 2 6/15/1968 A 1 N C6C 

S 2 3/10/1988 A 7 P P S73 

H 3 3/11/1988 C 1 N 

H 1 4/14/1988 B 2 N 



S 2 9/26/1988 A 6 M 
H 2 9/27/1988 D 5 N 



H 2 3/31/1988 B 10 N 
S 2 5/07/1988 A 3 N U82 

H 2 9/26/1988 B 6 M 



H 
H 
H 
S 

H 

s 

H 
H 



3/03/1988 C 
3/04/1988 A 
3/07/1988 C 
3/14/1988 A 
3/15/1988 A 
3/15/1988 B 
3/16/1988 A 
3/16/1988 A 



18 
4 



N 
E 
N 

N S92 
N J40 
N S92 
N S82 
E 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



GARNER 9TH-GRABER (CARS FLAG; TO ATTEND FIRST AMENDMENT CLASS 

LEGAL GROUP TO REPRESENT FIRED DRIVERS 

NEW FEDERAL DRUG POLICY WORRIES BOAT OWNERS 

SOME FEAR LIBEL JUDGMENT COULD CHILL RIGHT TO PETITION GOVERNMENT 

SILER CITY OFFICIAL DENIES TOWN MOVING TOO SLOWLY ON REFORM 

BROUN TO LEAD ACLU PANEL 

POLICE INVESTIGATING CHARGE OF BRUTALITY 

JACKSON SAYS BUSH'S ATTACKS ON ACLU ARE 'MEAN-SPIRITED' 

CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION NOT ALWAYS A VILLAIN 

REGISTRATION, RIGHTS PREACHED BY JACKSON 

DUKAKIS' TIES TO ACLU SHOW HE'S 'LEFTIST' 

EDITORIAL WAS MISCHIEVOUS 

WHAT ACLU STANDS FOR 

DUKAKIS' LEFTIST RECORD 

ACLU PROTECTS LIBERTIES 

HELMS, ACLU ARE ALIKE 

COLUMNIST OFF MARK ON ACLU 

ACLU SHOWS DEFIANT OPTIMISM 

ACLU! WHAT GROUP COULD BE MORE PATRIOTIC? 

DUKAKIS' ACLU TIES SCARY 

DUKAKIS AND ACLU 

ACLU'S VALUES 

HURRAH FOR THE MAJORITY 

CARRBORO CLEARS CHRISTMAS LIGHTS WITH LOCAL ACLU 

ADDRESS 'REAL' ISSUES OF CHURCH AND STATE 

REMEMBERING THE SOURCE OF FREEDOM 

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS 

DUKE SURGEON WINS ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 

NCMH TRAUMA CENTER LAUDED 

ALAMANCE HEALTH SERVICES' CANCER PROGRAM GAINS APPROVAL 

AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE UNION 

WHICH CANDIDATES ARE CLOSEST TO N.C. 'REGULAR'? 

AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO COMMISSION ON NATIONAL CHALLENGES IN HIGHER EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO EDUCATION 
BENNETT'S ASSESSMENT OF N.C. DEBATED 

AMERICAN COUNCIL ON SCIENCE AND HEALTH 
GOOD NEWS ABOUT HEALTH 

AMERICAN CYANAMID CO. 

FIRMS FORM STATEWIDE TRADE GROUP 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION FOR THE AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO DANCE 

SEE ALSO N.C. CHOREOGRAPHY PROJECT 

SEE ALSO SAMUEL H. SCRIPPS AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL AWARD 

AILEY TROUPE TO PERFORM 

SAILER DANCERS DEBUT: REFRESHING EXPERIMENTS 

ADF ASSOCIATION SEEKS MEMBERS FOR MATCHING 

DANCE FESTIVAL SCHEDULE SET 

ADF ANNOUNCES SUMMER LINEUP 

TRIANGLE PUTS FOUR IN FESTIVALS' TOP 1,000 

BLACK CHOREOGRAPHERS' WORK TO BE PRESERVED 

FESTIVAL GRANTS PRESERVE BLACK DANCES 

ARTICLES! ADF CALLS HOME 

GLAXO WILL SPONSOR TAYLOR DANCE CO. 

AIF SALES, SHIRT CONTEST WINNERS NAMED 

BILL T. JONES... AND ARNIE ZAte OPEN AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL ON JUNE 13 

CHARLES REINHART AND THE ADF 

GUESTS KEEP CELEBRITIES 'WAITING' 

SINGING THE BLUES BRINGS HOLEMAN HERITAGE PRIZE 

ALWAYS NEW; AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL A BIRTHPLACE 

DANCE-ETCHING TIPS; TWO BIRDS 

DANCING 

ADF; MARKING 10 YEARS IN DURHAM, FESTIVAL CELEBRATES BLACK DANCE 



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



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



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



3/16/1988 

4/02/1988 

5/12/1989 

5/22/1988 

7/18/1988 

7/18/1988 

9/24/1988 

9/29/1988 

10/03/1988 

10/06/1988 B 

10/06/1988 A 

10/07/1988 

10/08/1988 

10/08/1988 

10/12/1988 

10/12/1988 

10/12/1988 

10/18/1988 

10/20/1988 

10/27/1988 

10/28/1988 

11/07/1988 

11/22/1988 

11/25/1988 

12/02/1988 

12/16/1988 



7 

1 
18 
14 
3 
4 
1 
16 
4 
1 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
4 
5 
5 
4 
1 
4 
3 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N S63 

N 

N M70 

N 

E 

N N36 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

J 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

N Vll 

L 

N M70 



Oil 



S 2 7/18/1988 C 4 N 
CHH 1 10/17/1988 A 3 N S12 
H 1 12/28/1988 C 1 N H60 



H 2 2/24/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 2/11/1988 A 14 N 

H 2 10/21/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 2/03/1988 A 13 N W82 



1/17/1988 D 
3/04/1988 I" 
3/04/1988 D 
3/08/1988 B 
3/10/1988 D 
3/29/1988 C 
3/30/1988 C 
3/30/1988 C 
4/21/1988 D 
4/25/1988 A 
5/13/1988 D 
6/02/1988 D 
6/03/1988 D 
6/07/1988 A 
6/07/1988 A 
6/09/1988 D 
6/09/1988 D 
6/10/1988 D 
6/12/1988 D 



8 P 

7 

7 

1 

5 

4 

1 P 

1 

9 

1 
10 

7 P 
12 P 

6 P 

7 

1 

3 
16 

1 



P K30 
R P10 
N 
N 
N 

U W66 
N U66 
N B71 
N G59 
N B71 
N 
P 

F W66 
U W15 
U W66 
F B71 
U B71 
P 
F W66 



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S 
E 

-DATE — C -PG 



2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 



H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 



WB^SJtHS. OreNS 11TH SEASON TONIGHT 
DANCERS SHOW GRACEFUL STYLE 

CONCERT BENEFITS CITY'S HOMELESS 

IfeK^S^NfS^T FESTAL 
PAUL TAYLOR SHOWS DARK, LIGHT 

nI£^raTIVAL T SUPPORTERS TO HAVE 'SPECIAL' EVENING 
DANCE FESTIVAL ALUWI YVES MUSARD RETURNS 
DANCE TTOUPETREATED TO A CANDLELIGHT PARTY 

mS T MIXTURE OF MONK, WANBJRING MINSTREL 

D^CE FESTIVAL CONCERTS CHANGED S 

MUSARD PROJECTS STRAWGEVIEU S 

aunnJB "Sl'^ ^ n 

LAR LUBOVITCH DANCE COMPANY REFRESHING H 

UNCHOREOGRAPHED DESCENT S 

SMrsA i 

ADF FEATURED ON CBS w . m , v H 

PILOBOLUS: LAUGHTER TO TRAGEDY s 

SSWlfRff*^*"" BOUGHT JACK HIS DREAM AND RETURN TICKET H 

E S SEASON WITH OLD HANDS, NEW FEATS [J 

ADF LURES RALEIGH CROWD TO DURHAM H 

DIVERSITY KEYNOTE FOR DANCES S 

INTERNATIONALS STAGE A WINNER H 

CUWINGHAM DANCERS STAND AUDIENCE ON EAR s 

CUNNINGHAM CONCERT A DELIGHT H 

C^l^TllsSSx^PROACH TO CREATION OF DANCE g 

M™* ^COUNCIL GET NEW ADMINISTRATORS S H 

ADF LOOKS AHEAD: HOME, * AND A 'BIG' '89 H 2 

$$£"$&& ^TWIRLING'. THE PLIGHT OF THE MALE DANCER CHH 1 

ADF SEASON HIGHLIGHTS NOTED H 2 

TEXAS TWO-STEP STUMBLES H 2 
DANCER CLARENCE TEETERS 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, ADMINISTRATION 
DIRECTOR POST FILLED BY ADF 

^^M^^T^K%aiCm DAF FESTIVAL AWARD 

ERICK HAWKINS WINS 1988 SCRIPPS AWARD g 

H^WKINSGETS DANCE FESTIVAL SCRIPPS AWARD 



D 
D 
D 

C 
D 
A 
A 
A 
B 



6/12/1988 D 
6/13/1988 A 
6/14/1988 B 
6/16/1988 D 
6/17/1988 C 
6/17/1988 A 
6/20/1988 A 
6/21/1988 B 
6/21/1988 A 
6/23/1988 
6/23/1988 
6/23/1988 
6/24/1988 
6/24/1988 
6/24/1988 
6/27/1988 
6/28/1988 
6/28/1988 _ 
6/30/1988 B 
7/01/1988 C 
7/01/1988 C 
7/02/1988 B 
7/04/1988 A 
7/05/1988 A 
7/05/1988 A 
7/05/1988 A 
7/06/1988 B 
7/07/1983 C 
7/07/1988 
7/07/1988 
7/08/1988 
7/08/1988 
7/12/1988 
7/12/1988 - 
7/12/1988 B 
7/12/1988 B 
7/14/1988 A 
7/14/1988 D 
7/14/1988 D 
7/14/1988 D 
7/14/1988 D 
7/15/1988 C 
7/15/1988 A 
7/16/1988 A 
7/17/1988 D 
7/17/1988 D 
7/18/1988 A 
7/19/1988 A 
7/19/1988 B 
7/21/1988 D 
7/22/1988 C 
7/22/1988 C 
7/23/1988 A 
7/23/1988 C 
7/27/1988 B 
7/28/1988 D 
7/29/1988 D 
8/02/1988 A 
8/04/1988 A 
8/04/1988 D 
8/08/1988 A 
8/11/1988 C 



D 
D 
C 

B 
A 
B 



10 
1 
6 
1 

1 
1 
5 
1 
8 
1 
6 
2 
1 
6 



T 
Y 

P BYL 

F W66 
N U66 
R L59 
R B71 
R L59 
R B71 
N U66 
R L59 
U W15 



8 P 
1 

4 P 
6 F 
1 F 
1 
1 
4 

1 f 
4 I 
8 
9 

1 

9 I 

1 I 

1 

1 

1 

6 

1 

8 

3 

4 
1 
8 
4 
10 
4 
3 
9 
4 
6 



B71 

B71 

B71 

K30 

L59 
.. B71 
N W66 
U H45 
R L59 
N U66 
R L59 
R B71 
P T37 
N 

N W66 
U H45 
N 

R L59 
N 

R B71 
R B71 
R L59 
R B71 
1 U W15 
' N W66 

R L59 

N 

L 

> F B71 

> F B71 
R A17 
N B71 
R L59 

B71 
U66 



R 
F 
F 
F 

F W66 
U W15 
R L59 
R A17 
R L59 
R B71 
U G33 
F W66 

N 

N G59 

F W66 

E 

U L41 
• F B71 

E 





H 2 7/27/1988 B 8 P N 



6/16/1988 A 1 
6/16/1988 A 1 



P N L59 
P N B71 



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AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, BUDGET 

AGENCY REPRESENTATIVES ASK FOR COUNTY MONEY 



H 2 6/14/1988 B 1 N A54 



AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, DIRECTOR _ 

REINHART RECOLLECTS; LOOKING BACK ON 20 YEARS AT (AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL H 
CHARLES REINHART AND THE ADF H 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, GRANTS 

BIMBE XX BEGINS,- CAROLINA CLOSING H 

FESTIVAL WINS GRANT S 

TWO DURHAM GROUPS GET ENDOWMENT GRANTS H 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, HEADQUARTERS 

ADF LOOKS AHEAD! HOME, $ AND A 'BIG' *89 H 

FIND FESTIVAL A HOME H 

IT'S TIME TO CONSIDER ANOTHER BOND PROPOSAL H 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, MARTHA HILL SCHOLARSHIP 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 
ROCKET CLASS AT PLANETARIUM, 'THE UIZ' AT RLT, MUD AT ADF H 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, OPENING NIGHT 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL OPENS 11TH SEASON TONIGHT H 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL'S CHOREOGRAPHERS 4 COMPOSERS WORKSHOP FOR YOUNG... 
SEE ALSO CHOREOGRAPHERS 
26 FOREIGN CHOREOGRAPHERS AT WORKSHOP H 

STARRING THE UNEXPECTED AND THE FAMILIAR H 

CARLSON'S DANCE HIGHLIGHTS YOUNG CHOREOGRAPHERS' SHOW S 

AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION 

UNC-CH NUTRITION CHAIRMAN RECEIVES DIETETICS AWARD S 

AMERICAN DOUBLOON CORP. 

SECOND MILL FIRE IN 5 DAYS BREAKS S 

AMERICAN EAGLE 

SEE ALSO AMR EAGLE INC. 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN AIRLIfCS 

FINANCIAL WOES GROUND AMERICAN EAGLE AT RDU 

AMERICAN EAGLE GROUNDED 

AVAIR CANCELS FLIGHTS UNTIL JAN. 24 

LOW BID ON RDU TAXIWAYS MILLIONS BELOW ESTIMATES 

AIRPORT MOVING AHEAD ON TOP-PRIORITY IMPROVEMENTS 

COMMUTER FLIGHT SERVICE NEGOTIATED 

AMERICAN EAGLE SERVICE MAY FLY AGAIN BY FEB. 1 

AVAIR-AMERICAN TALKS PROGRESSING 

AMERICAN EAGLE COULD FLY AGAIN WITH $750,000 LOAN 

AVAIR IS OFFERED $750,000 LOAN 

FEW PILOTS TO RETURN UNDER AVAIR PLAN 

AMERICAN EAGLE CLEARED FOR TAKEOFF 

COMMUTER FLIGHTS TO RESUME TODAY 

12 FEARED DEAD IN RDU CRASH 

AMR, AVAIR AGREE TO SALE OF RDU COMMUTER SERVICE 

EXAMINERS PROBE RDU CRASH SITE 

REVIEW OF FLIGHT 3378 BEGINS; ALL 12 ABOARD DIED... 

MEADOW OF WINTER-GRAYED BRUSH ALTERED BY FRAGMENTS OF TRAGEDY 

CRASH VICTIMS - AMERICAN EAGLE FLIGHT 3378 

SUBSTITUTE PLANE FLOWN IN FATAL RDU CRASH 

EAGLE CRASH APPEARS TO BE WORST IN TRIANGLE'S HISTORY 

1ST OFFICER MAY HAVE BEEN FLYING PLANE BEFORE CRASH 

PILOT KATHY DIGAN GREW UP DREAMING OF FLYING LIKE FATHER 

INVESTIGATORS SEEK CLUES IN RDU CRASH 

BRIER CREEK DRAIfCD FOR CRASH PROBE 

AIRPLANE CRASH VICTIM, ROSS, SERVICE IN HENDERSON 

400 ATTEND TEEN VICTIM'S FUNERAL 

PLANE'S ENGINES TO BE SENT TO MANUFACTURER FOR INSPECTION 

ENGINES TO BE STUDIED FOR CLUES 

SAFETY BOARD ENDS FROBE AT SITE OF FATAL PLANE CRASH 



2 6/03/1988 D 1 P P T32 
2 6/03/1988 D 12 P F W66 



2 6/14/1988 A 11 P U W66 
2 6/20/1988 A 9 N 
2 7/09/1988 C 14 N 



2 7/29/1983 D 10 P F W66 
2 8/02/1988 A 4 E 
2 9/16/1988 A 4 E 



2 7/12/1988 B 7 P U W66 
2 6/13/1988 A 1 D N W66 



2 6/30/1988 B 1 P N W66 
2 7/11/1988 A 1 N W66 
2 7/14/1988 D 8 R A17 



2 10/19/1988 C 15 N 
2 6/17/1988 C 2 N 



H 


2 


1/16/1988 A 


1 


N M97 


H 


2 


1/17/1988 A 


13 P P 


H 


2 


1/19/1988 B 


1 


N R80 


H 


2 


1/20/1988 B 


18 


N M97 


S 


2 


1/20/1983 C 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 


1/23/1988 C 


5 


N R80 


S 


2 


1/23/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 


1/26/1988 C 


10 


N 


S 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


19 


N 


S 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


1 


N U82 


H 


2 


1/30/1988 C 


1 


N M97 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 B 


3 


N M97 


H 


2 


2/20/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/20/1988 D 


5 


N M97 


S 


2 


2/20/1988 A 


1 


P N B85 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 A 


1 


P N A54 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 A 


1 


N M97 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 A 


10 


N M97 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 A 


10 


N M97 


H 


2 


2/22/1988 A 


1 P N T33 


H 


2 


2/22/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


2/22/1988 A 


1 P N B85 


H 


n 


2/23/1988 A 


1 M N MV7 


H 


2 


2/23/1988 A 


8 





H 


2 


2/23/1988 A 


8 





H 


2 


2/23/1988 A 


12 


N M97 


S 


2 


2/23/1988 A 


1 P N B85 


H 


2 


2/24/1988 C 


1 


N M97 



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T&S^f^^^^^^^^ CRASHES 

PTOBE^RDU AIR CRASH^FTS TO SEVERAL U.S. SITES 

SAFETY BOARD TO FINISH CRASH PROBE _„_„„ 

PIECES OF PLANE BEING REMOVED i ROAD REOPENED 

CRASH CLEANUP NEAR RpU 

RESERVOIR BRAINING KAY DELAY PROBE 

LAST PIECES REMOVED 

WRECKAGE VISIBLE 

SK S 5 ™ MM MCTW 

a5 L &"°Ejc^°as PRAISED _ 

KiKSSi » of ■» a*» 

RESPIJ1SE EXCaiEHT TO flll^E CR«SU 

MMDHWHpUniim 
MRffHIHIS-- 

AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK 

^ST&grfW&T AND PRESENT 

AMERI M™LL E DlffiPoN MINIMA WAGE 

WBa »WrWSTO MS CHANGED AFTER COMPANIES COMPLAIN 
AMERICAN FARMLAND TRUST 

^SiKlo a« f™ u» 

SliK K5kS« «e p««i» 

^ai^sss an BTI0H ,aOT0 ' "•' 
"■unawaa gnu ss»r" mTI " 

S ^Ti-TECTER F pR£SIB£NT SAYS MANY BIG STAR WORKERS HIRED 
S LEADER SAYS MOVEMENT ALIVE, GOING TO SUCCEED 

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNT) ' AN? ^NICIPAL EMPLOYEES 
^ccuii en miKF INIV.. EMPLOYEES AND STAFF 
H Alio WM UNIV MEDICAL CENTER, EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO DURMAM, N.C., CITY EMF10YEES 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C., EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES, N.C. 
M ALSO nT, STATE a EMPLOYEES 

BANQUET TO HONOR LABOR LEADER 

FIRST OLIVERH^VEY BANQUET TONIGHT 

DAY CARE THINKING CHANGES DCUCCITC 

CITY WORKERS UNION PUSHES FOR BENEFITS 

ffis<WP0R A SLICE OF CITY BUDGET PIE 

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS 



-DATE- 



■PG 



BYL 



H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


n 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 




S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



c 

A 
A 
A 

C 
A 
A 

c 

A 

A 
A 



2/24/1988 

2/24/1988 

2/24/1988 

2/25/1988 

2/26/1988 

2/26/1988 

2/26/1988 

2/27/1988 

2/29/1988 

2/29/1988 

3/01/1988 

3/01/1988 B 

3/02/1988 A 

3/02/1988 

3/02/1988 

3/04/1988 

3/04/1988 

3/12/1988 

3/29/1988 B 

4/14/1988 B 

4/20/1988 

5/04/1988 

5/05/1988 

6/10/1988 

6/14/1988 

6/15/1988 B 

7/21/1988 C 

7/22/1988 B 

10/20/1988 A 

10/24/1988 A 

10/26/1988 A 



4 

1 

1 I 

4 

1 

3 
10 
17 
10 

1 

4 

9 
1 

4 

15 
9 
1 



N 

N M97 
N B85 
N W82 
N 

P L38 
N B53 
P L38 
P M66 
P M66 
P M66 
N M97 
N R80 
N 

N 

N R80 

N W82 

L 

N W82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



S 2 11/18/1988 C 1 P P T37 
H 2 6/25/1988 C 1 C N D22 
H 2 3/13/1988 B 1 N 



S 2 8/16/1988 A 
S 2 8/17/1988 A 
H 2 8/19/1988 C 



1 P N H65 
1 N H65 
4 N A54 



S 2 9/27/1988 C 3 N 



2 3/23/1988 A 
2 9/08/1988 A 



1 N U82 
14 P N 



5/12/1988 A 
5/13/1988 B 
5/24/1988 A 
6/02/1988 C 
6/07/1983 C 



11 

10 

4 

1 
1 



N 
N 
E 

N H70 
N H70 



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SEE ALSO N.C. FEDERATION OF TEACHERS 
SEE ALSO TEACHER UNIONS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C. 

PROGRAM TO HELP PUPILS 'ASK THE RIGHT QUESTIONS* 

WAT WORKS IN SCHOOLS? 

AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN STUDENTS 

•TIME RUNNING OUT' FOR STUDENTS SEEKING CHAPEL HILL HOST FAMILIES 

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION 

'DANCE FOR HEART' ON TAP TODAY AT NORTHGATE 
FOOD FEST AIMS AT THE HEART 
'63 MISS AMERICA TELLS OF FIGHT AGAINST STROKE 
ORANGE COUNTY TURKEY WALK SUNDAY 

AMERICAN HERITAGE (MAGAZINE) 
OVERRATED AND UNDERRATED 

AMERICAN HOME WEEK 
HOME SWEET POEMS 
AMERICAN HOME UEEK RECOGNIZED 
REALTORS TO HOLD SEMINARS TODAY 
SAFETY FfOTJECT 

AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT 
SEE ALSO INDIANS, U.S. 
KUNSTLER OFFERS HIS HELP TO TWO INDIANS 
INDIANS IN ROBESON DON'T NEED KUNSTLER 
HATCHER ACCUSED NEWSPAPER OF BIAS BEFORE TAKEOVER 
SUPPORT FOR TWO MEN IN ROBESON MAY TURN INTO POLITICAL CLOUT 
GOVERNOR SAYS HE'S CONVINCED SLAYING WAS NOT RACIALLY, POLITICALLY... 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 
SEE ALSO ARCHITECTS, N.C. 
ARCHITECTS ELECT HILL AS HONORARY MEMBER 
BURBY NAMED TO NATIONAL CRISIS ADVISORY GROUP 

AMERICAN INTERCULTURAL STUDENT EXCHANGE 

HOST FAMILIES SOUGHT FOR EXCHANGE STUDENTS 

AMERICAN LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
A'S GO UP BY 2 WITH 4-3 WIN 

AMERICAN LEGION, POST 7 

AMERICAN LEGION PLANS MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE 
OLD GLORY, NEW OFFICERS 
LEGION OFFICERS 

AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY, POST 7 
FOOD FOR CHRISTMAS 

AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO LUNG DISEASES 

SUPER SOCCER SATURDAY HELD 

AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION HOLDS BIKE TREK- 
AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION 

MANAGEMENT COURSES TO BEGIN LATE 

MANAGEMENT COURSES SET 

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 

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

AMA, DOCTORS GROUPS PROPOSES TAKING MALPRACTICE SUITS AWAY FROM COURTS 

N.C. LAWYERS CRITICIZE AMA PLAN 

AMA PROPOSAL SMUG; ABA TOO TRANSPARENT 



S I T 

N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



CHH 1 6/15/1988 A 10 
H 2 8/10/1988 A 4 



CHH 1 6/16/1988 A 



H 2 2/13/1988 C 
CHH 1 9/11/1988 A 
CHH 1 10/22/1988 A 
H 2 11/10/19S8 C 



H 2 7/04/1988 A 



4/23/1988 
4/23/1988 
4/26/1988 
4/29/1988 



2/10/1988 B 
2/11/1988 A 
2/12/1988 C 
3/15/1988 C 
3/30/1988 B 



S 2 4/16/1988 A 
CHH 1 8/17/1988 A 



S 2 5/26/1988 C 
S 2 7/12/1988 B 
H 2 7/14/1988 B 



N Vll 
E 



N M25 



2 N 

3 N S12 
3 P N M20 
2 N 



E 
P P S76 

N 
P P 



S76 



16 P N 

4 E 
16 N 

5 P N 
3 N 



3 P N 
7 N 



H 2 6/16/1988 B 8 N 



H 2 10/07/1988 B 1 P N 



7 N 

14 P P K30 

8 P P K30 



H 2 12/17/1988 C 2 P P T32 



S 2 5/17/1988 B 
S 2 8/09/1988 B 



H 2 4/12/1988 B 
H 2 9/29/1988 B 



5 N A76 
7 N A76 



11 N 
1 N H60 



H 2 1/14/1988 C 6 N 
H 2 1/14/1988 C 6 N 
S 2 1/29/1988 A 4 E 



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Y SOBJE 



KmSES^ING^CAKE TECHNOLOGISTS' FOR NURSING CHORES 

^'^gflffi^lo'SSSi m LEADERSHIP' 
rS'SD^IS STARTS AMA LEADERSHIP WITH CHALLENGE 

DLInbike ^s ». 

raSraomwunrt aside, ama urges aids alert 

'QUICK-FIX' BAH MEDICINE 
NURSES OPPOSE W PLAN 
NURSING CARE CRITICAL 
MM PROPOSAL IS UNSAFE 

StjflVk^reHWD DICTATE DRUG TRAFFIC 

PLAN TO IMPOVERISH FARMERS 

SvE C SlONS & FOR KKSING SHORTAGE, PAPISTS SAY 

DON'T ADD AMA'S RCT 

^ITeSgE^Ss OPPOSED USE C? TEOWLOGISTS 

S&^^T^sTpREHIER, MEDICAL GROUP FILES PETITIONS... 

EfeS? F A^ I ^^\STrON S PRINTED 7-1-88) 

SSL^eS ambassahk for city 

"^SgSli^SB ExSSS RESIIENT W*T3 TO PROVE ICCT0RS'.. 
2 UPHOLD DURHAM TRADITION 

" Ca ffi5BSfSm I ffife PROCESS &WCES IP TAPE UORLD 

AMERICAN NURSES ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO NURSES. U.S. 
NURSES BACK DUKAKIS 

^ffi^SsS^ PILLS' FOR ICCTORS 
URBANIAK TO HEAD MEDICAL BOARD 

AMERICAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE 
ENERGY NEEDS UNATTENDED 

AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
AWARD WINNERS 

AMERICAN RED CROSS 

SEE ALSO BLOOD DONORS 

SEE ALSO BLCODKOBILE ^^ 

SEE ALSO INTERNATIONAL RED CRCJS 

N.C. STATE WINS BLOOD FEUD SECOND TIME 

SUSPECT BLOOD MISTAKENLY SENT TO NX. 

VXUNTEER EARNS 'FIRST SERGEANT' ACCOLADES 

SERVICE IN CRISIS 



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s 


I T 


H 


E E 


L Y 


P 


| — hate — C -PC L P BYL 


H 


2 3/14/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 6/28/198S A 


1 N C60 


H 


2 6/29/1988 A 


1 P N C60 


s 


2 6/29/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 6/30/1988 A 


1 N C60 


H 


2 6/30/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 6/30/1938 A 


6 P F 


H 


2 7/01/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 7/08/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/08/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/13/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/25/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/28/1988 A 


4 N 


H 


2 8/01/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/10/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 8/16/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 9/02/1988 C 


1 N C60 


H 


2 9/15/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 9/20/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 10/30/1988 A 


13 P N 


s 


2 10/31/1988 C 


6 N 


H 


2 11/03/1983 A 


1 N 


H 


2 6/30/1983 A 


1 N C60 


H 


2 6/30/19S8 A 


6 P F 


H 


2 6/30/1938 A 


7 P N C60 


s 


2 6/30/1988 A 


1 P N 


s 


2 6/30/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 7/01/1983 A 


2 N 


H 


2 7/03/1988 D 


4 E 


H 


' 2 6/30/1983 A 


7 P N 060 


S 


2 6/30/1988 A 


4 E 



H 3 2/25/1983 B 2 N 



H 2 11/02/1968 A 5 L 

H 2 6/22/1988 B 9 P N 

S 2 10/03/1988 A 8 N 

H 2 10/13/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 4/28/1988 D 11 P P S73 
H 2 6/22/1988 B 9 P N 
S 2 5/16/1988 A 3 N 



CHH 1 7/20/1988 A 3 N S17 

H 2 9/15/1988 C 5 N 

CHH 1 11/06/1988 A 3 P N H90 

H 2 12/22/1988 A 4 E 



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UNC-NCSU FEUD TO HELP REPLENISH BLOOD SUPPLIES 
FEAR HURTS BLOOD SUPPLY 
TAINTED BLOOD REACHES TRIANGLE 

AMERICAN RED CROSS, CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO 
APPEAL RAISES BLOOD SUPPLY 
FIREFIGHTERS' DONATION 

HURRICANE GILBERT DESTROYING LOCAL RESIDENTS' PEACE OF MIND 
A QUICK, INTRODUCTORY COURSE IN CHAPEL HILL DISASTER 
CHAPEL HILL AREA REACHING OUT TO TORNADO VICTIMS 
AMERICAN RED CROSS CONSIDERS MERGING ORANGE COUNTY CHAPTERS 
RED CROSS HOPES GIVING SPIRIT IS ALIVE 

AMERICAN RED CROSS, DURHAM COUNTY 
PLEDGING HELP 

DURHAM BLOOD DONORS WILL BE SPECIAL GUESTS 
VOLUNTEERS TO BE HONORED 
RED CROSS CELEBRATES 
RED CROSS RECOGNIZES DRIVERS 
SEMINAR WARNS ABOUT HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE 
NEW CENTER MAY INCREASE BLOOD SUPPLY 
HAPPY FISCAL NEW YEAR 

AIDS FEAR HAS MANY DONATING OWN, KIN'S BLOOD 
DONATIONS PLEASE RED CROSS 
GIVING BLOOD WORTH THE TIME 
YOUNG VOLUNTEER HONORED 
MERGER PANEL NEEDS MORE TIME AND MONEY 
THEY'RE AFTER YOUR BLOOD 
THANKS FOR THE BLOOD 
THANKS TO RED CROSS 
CLEAN UP 

RED CROSS SEEKS BLOOD DONORS 
DONATION 

AMERICAN RED CROSS, HILLSBOROUGH 

AMERICAN RED CROSS CONSIDERS MERGING ORANGE COUNTY CHAPTERS 

AMERICAN RED CROSS, N.C, AND S.C, 

FAINTING INCIDENT RESULTS IN LAWSUIT 

DOCTORS TO DONATE BLOOD 

MAN IS CHARGED WITH POSING AS RED CROSS OFFICIAL AND COLLECTING MONEY 

AFTER-EFFECTS 

YOUTHS GET BASIC TRAINING IN BABYSITTING 

AMERICAN RED CROSS, TRIANGLE CHAPTER 

NEW CENTER MAY INCREASE BLOOD SUPPLY 

AMERICAN SOCIAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 

AIDS HOTLINE EXPECTS INCREASE IN CALLS FROM U.S. BROCHURE 

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR INFORMATION SCIENCE 

LYNDA FRANCIS IS WINNER OF CREDIT UNIONS AWARD 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, DUKE CHAPTER 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 
BEJAN ELECTED FELLOW 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEWSPAPER EDITORS 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, U.S. 
REAGAN*. JACKSON'S VIEWS MORE IMPORTANT THAN RACE 

AMERICAN STONE CO. 

OWASA MAY GET QUARRY LAKE AS BIG AS CANE CREEK 
REACTION MIXED TO QUARRY IDEA 
MEGA-RESERVOIR NEWS WELCOME 
OWASA HOLDS OUT FOR RESIDENTS 

AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. 
SEE ALSO TELEPHOfCS, U.S. 
LONG-DISTANCE CALLS DISRUPTED 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

CHH 1 7/15/1988 A 1 N M25 
S 2 7/15/1988 A 4 E 
S 2 9/19/1988 A 1 N H65 



CHH 1 


7/26/1988 A 


3 


N S17 


CHH 1 


8/30/1988 A 


3 P P T44 


CHH 1 


9/16/1988 A 


1 


N L90 


CHH 1 


10/10/1988 A 


1 


P Q S17 


CHH 1 


11/29/1988 A 


1 P N L90 


CHh 


1 1 


12/17/1988 A 


1 


P N R63 


CHH 1 


12/30/1988 A 


3 


N M20 


S 


2 


3/30/1988 A 


2 P P L38 


s 


2 


4/12/1988 A 


7 


N 


s 


2 


4/29/1988 A 


5 


N 


s 


2 


5/11/1988 C 


4 P P C45 


H 


2 


5/12/1988 A 


12 P P K30 


S 


2 


5/25/1988 B 


1 P N 659 


H 


2 


6/08/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


7/02/1988 C 


7 P P T32 


S 


2 


7/20/1988 C 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 


7/27/1988 B 


8 


N D22 


S 


2 


7/27/1988 C 


1 P U M06 


H 


2 


9/12/1988 A 


13 P P T44 


H 


2 


9/24/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/03/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/05/1988 C 


14 P P T32 


H 


2 


11/08/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 11/14/1988 A 


3 P P K30 


S 


2 12/27/1988 A 


1 


N H65 


S 


2 


12/28/1988 C 


6 P P S76 


CHH 1 


12/17/1988 A 


1 


P N R63 


H 


1 


5/06/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/22/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


n 


12/02/1988 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


12/08/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


12/31/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 


6/08/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


5/05/1988 A 


18 


N R80 


H 


2 


7/17/1988 B 


6 


N 



S 2 1/02/1988 A 8 N 



2 4/14/1988 A 1 N H09 



CHH 1 10/14/1988 
CHH 1 10/15/1988 
CHH 1 10/15/1988 
CHH 1 10/29/1988 



2 N L90 
1 M N L90 
4 E 

3 P N L90 



H 2 1/09/1988 C 1 N 



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SK^A DOUMTURNS 
ATM WTORAHS SOME JOB POSTINGS 
BUILDING ON ADVERSITY 
FEELINGS MIXED ON AT&T RECALL 

riXFORD MAN NAMED TOP BLACK EXECUTIVE 

rf^DTUISITS PIEDMONT i JACKSON IN ROBESON 
AUVS JOSEPH COLSON !TO ADDRESS BANQUET 
DEVICE TRACKS LOST VICTIMS OF ALZHEIMER'S 
UTILITIES SEEK CUT IN PROPERTY TAXES 
GRANT FOR WORKERS CADBCDC 

afanuw T »iK reva^ions 

M KM p^V at head of ^cations class 

HIS G^t SkMBtS STUORTH H MILLION FOR FIX1UA SCKKL 
AT&T CONTRACTTO ADD JOBS IN GREENSBORO 
8 r rrwK GET SLICE OF STAR WARS PIE 
AT&T »S NX. PLANT TO CLOSE A YEAR EARLY 

St K1 T HItTuS NUMBER OF MAJOR LAYOFFS 
N ATiT SeMs W J<PANSI0N IN GREENSBORO 
AT&T FINDS CHEMICALS UNDER PLANT 
FIRMS REACH RTP OPTICAL-FIBERS PACT 

^SEElKL 1 ^LL CIGARETTES 

fflw^Bff&N IN $17 MILLION CIGARETTE SUIT 

WSSTSS HH «& LEAVES) 
K^tcE KKi!s> contact, KNIES TAMPERING 

SBPBJKSUBSWIB A^BUT THRIVING 'BEEHIVE' 
TOBACCG^AsksTOS LINK FOCUS OF PA. TRIAL 
TAMPA EXECUTIVES 'ELATED' AT GTE' S DECISION 
PA. TOBACCO LITIGANTS LOSE, WIN 
AMOICANMUH ON PROPERTY TALKS 

Eattle of S'tiS memories revived by rjr fight 

ra^s'HASN^NSK^NTC.N 

Esauna f aKs &s m^ tract 

M»?^L?^^^^ *JSEUM 
MiScENTER COULD HELP BOOST DOWNTOWN 
HUSBJil'SDCUNTOUN MOVE COULD BE GOOD 

^Ie^ANdIcIENCE SHOWS OFF EXPANSION PLANS 

BOARD TO STUDY MOVING MUSEUM 

S ffilLS^FcAN TOBACCO, CONSIDER OFFER 

SEIENCE^i&^TrfuNVEIU ™POSAL TO MOVE DOWNTOWN 
MUSEUM ASKS ADVICE OF PUBLIC 



N 
P 

H 

H 

H 

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S 

H 

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S 

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S 

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S 
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-DATE — C -PG 



1/21/1988 D 
1/25/1988 B 
1/28/1988 A 
1/30/1988 A 
2/24/1988 A 
2/28/1988 D 
3/01/1988 A 
5/08/1988 B 
5/19/1988 B 
6/17/1988 A 
6/25/1988 
6/26/1988 
6/29/1988 
6/30/1988 
7/08/1988 
9/14/1988 
9/14/1988 
10/29/1988 
10/31/1988 B 
11/02/1988 A 
11/02/1988 
11/14/1988 
12/11/1988 
12/21/1988 
12/23/1988 



6 

7 
23 

4 

5 
12 I 

9 

5 I 

1 

1 
14 

1 

7 

1 
11 

5 

1 
11 

4 

14 

17 

13 

7 

1 



T 

Y 
P BYL 

N 
N 
N 

E 
N 

N J20 
N 
' N 
N 

N M06 
N 
N 

N M06 
N S92 

N ISO 

N C47 

N W82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M06 



H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

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S 

S 

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1/01/1988 
1/29/1988 
2/05/1988 
2/06/1988 
2/08/1988 
2/10/1988 
2/19/1988 
2/20/1988 
3/20/1988 
6/12/1988 
6/13/1988 
6/24/1988 
6/25/1988 
7/20/1988 
8/04/1988 
11/07/1988 



L 
N 

N M06 
N 
E 
P Q N36 
N 
N 
N 

U L57 
N 

N C60 
N 

N U82 
E 
N 



S 

H 

H 

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S 

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S 

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S 

H 

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2 

2 

2 

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2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 



3/03/1988 A 
6/01/1988 B 
6/06/1988 A 
6/13/1988 A 
6/14/1988 A 
6/14/1988 C 
6/18/1988 A 
6/18/1988 
7/20/1988 
7/20/1988 
7/20/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/27/1988 .. 
7/28/1988 B 
7/29/1988 A 
7/31/1988 D 
8/02/1988 A 
8/16/1988 A 
10/19/1988 A 
10/20/1988 A 
10/21/1988 C 
10/28/1988 A 
10/28/1988 C 
10/31/1988 A 



A 
A 
A 

A 

A 
A 



N W82 

N 

E 

E 

N N36 

N 

E 

N 

N N36 



1 P N P38 



N W82 
N N36 
N N36 
N N36 
E 
E 
E 

U W15 
N M06 
N M06 
N P38 
E 
N 
N T33 



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ABRAM, DUKE OFFER SITE TO HUSEUM 

MUSEUM ASKS CITY TO HELP 

MUSEUM CENTER COULD BE DOWNTOWN BOOST 

AMERICAN LOCATION WOULD BOOST MUSEUM 

GLAXO PLANS PLANT AT AMERICAN 

GLAXO 'NEW' DURHAM'S 1ST BREATH 

GLAXO INC.'S NATIONAL EXPANSION STRETCHES DURHAM COUNTY SEAMS 

AHARON GROUP PLANS GATEWAY FOR DURHAM 

BUSINESS LEADERS WELCOME PROJECT 

AHARON, DUKE TO DOUBLE DOWNTOWN BUSINESS SPACE 

WALKWAY MIGHT LINK FIVE POINTS TO PLANNED DEVELOPMENT 

DUKE LONG INTERESTED IN AMERICAN TOBACCO SITE 

NEW DURHAM EMERGES 

DRAFT ESTIMATES MUSEUM PROJECT AT *12.9 MILLION 

DOWNTOWN TREMBLES ON EDGE OF CHANGE 

MUSEUM MOVE IF ... 

PHOENIX? THE NEW DURHAM (CARTOON) 

DISCUSSION SLATED ON MOVING MUSEUM 

PUBLIC MEETING TODAY 

MUSEUM MOVE DOWNTOWN DIVIDES OPINION AT HEARING 

DOWNTOWN SCIENCE MUSEUM WOULD BOOST REVITALIZATION 

TWO SITES BEST PLAN 

MOVE WOULD BOOST MUSEUM 

BOARD VOTES TO SPLIT LIFE 8. SCIENCE MUSEUM 

MUSEUM SEEKS FUNDS FOR MOVE 

MUSEUM MOVE GOOD 

QUESTIONS REMAIN ON MUSEUM MOVE 

ABD MAKES $3.75 MILLION PURCHASE OF AMERICAN TOBACCO PROPERTY OFFICIAL 

AMERICAN TOBACCO INSTITUTE 

SEE TOBACCO INSTITUTE (WASHINGTON, B.C.) 

AMERICAN VETERANS PEACE CONVOY 
SEE ALSO PEACE 
SEE ALSO VETERANS 
U.S. WON'T LET HUMANITARIAN AID CONVOY CROSS INTO MEXICO 

AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS 

SEE PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS ' 

AMERICANS FOR THE HIGH FRONTIER 

STAR WARS CALLED ESSENTIAL TO SURVIVAL 
SPEECH TURNS INTO SHOUTING MATCH 

AMERICA'S CUP 

FIGHTING OVER THE CUP 
AMERICA'S CUP TARNISHED 

AMERIVEST PROPERTIES 

620-HOME DEVELOPMENT, GOLF COURSE PLANJCD NEAR HILLSBOROUGH 
ORANGE, CHATHAM GOLF COMMUNITIES NOT IN COMPETITION, SAY DEVELOPERS 
BROUGH URGES MORE PLANNING FOR GROWTH 
DEVELOPERS DROP REZONING REQUEST 
HILLSBOROUGH PLEDGES WATER FOR DEVELOPMENT 

AMERLINK 

LOG-HOME MAKER PLANS TO GO PUBLIC 

AMETHYST FOUNDATION 

SEE ALSO DRUG TREATMENT PROGRAM 
FANFARE/CHQO CHOO CENTER 
REHABILITATION CENTER NAMED FOR JUSTICE 

AMITRIPTYLINE 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 
VA HOPES TO HELP VETERANS THROUGH NIGHTMARES 

AMMONIA 

AMMONIA TANK SCARE EVACUATES APARTMENTS 

AMMONIA TANK FALLS OFF STOLEN TRUCK; 16 FAMILIES EVACUATED 



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S 


2 10/31/1988 A 1 


. N M06 


S 


2 10/31/1988 A J 


N 


S 


2 11/01/1988 A i 


1 E 


H 


2 11/02/1988 A ' 


> E 


S 


2 11/16/1988 A ! 


P N S92 


H 


2 11/17/1988 A ! 


P N N36 


H 


2 11/17/1988 A 1 


M N C60 


H 


2 11/18/1988 A 1 


P N N36 


H 


2 11/18/1988 A 1 


N C60 


S 


2 11/18/1988 A 1 


P N S92 


H 


2 11/19/1988 A 1 


I N S51 


H 


2 11/20/1988 A 


I N N36 


H 


2 11/20/1988 D ' 


1 E 


H 


2 11/23/1988 C 


I N N36 


S 


2 11/23/1988 A 


i M N S92 


H 


2 11/25/1988 A ' 


1 E 


H 


2 11/27/1988 D ' 


» T T R56 


H 


2 12/08/1988 C I 


> N 


H 


2 12/14/1988 A > 


t E 


H 


2 12/15/1988 C 


P N N36 


H 


2 12/16/1988 A ' 


1 L 


H 


2 12/18/1988 D ' 


» E 


H 


2 12/20/1988 A > 


t L 


H 


2 12/21/1988 A 1 


N N36 


S 


2 12/21/1988 A i 


I N M06 


H 


2 12/24/1988 A ' 


\ E 


S 


2 12/27/1988 A ' 


1 E 


H 


2 12/31/1983 A ! 


I N S51 



S 2 6/27/1988 A 4 L 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



9/23/1988 A 
9/23/1988 A 



2 9/09/1988 A 
2 9/13/1988 A 



1 N M25 
1 P N M25 



4 E 
4 E 



H 2 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



6/28/1988 B 
7/03/1988 A 
7/26/1988 A 
9/22/1988 A 
10/11/1988 A 



N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N H90 
N R63 



H 2 1/31/1988 B 7 N 



H 
S 


2 

2 


9/07/1988 D 
9/13/1988 B 


4 
5 


N 
N A76 


H 


2 


9/11/1988 A 


1 


N C60 


H 
S 


2 
2 


1/24/1988 B 
1/25/1988 A 


1 
6 


N 
N 



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SOmCHEM FUMES PROMPT EVACUATION 
aSaFUMES SEND RESIDENTS FROM HOMES 
NEIGHBORS WANT SOUTHCHEM OUT 

AMMUNITION 

^AFETY,^ PROBLEMS MAY BE RESULT IF BRUNSWICK AMMO DUMP CHANGES 

AMNESTY 

SEE ALSO DRAFT RESISTERS rw»pi«« 
SEE ALSO RaiGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 

TfflUBBOTi ■ saws™ 

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO DRAFT RESISTERS 

fB UU Walk'S amnesty international 

GRW REMEMBWS PRISONER NABIL IBRAHIM 

ffi^PlHAnBkl LEAVE SCRAWLED SIGNS, UNO... 
AMNESTY INtTmARCHES FOR RIGHTS OF CHILDREN 
HUMAN RIGHTS VIGIL SATURDAY 
AMNESTY VIGIL 

AMPHETAMINE 

SE AmfTAMIN£ LAB RAIDED AT WANCHESE 
AMPHITHEATERS 

^iffiSl&ITKATtR PROPOSED IN RALEIGH 

Ts IK !»[»«■ 

KTE^^^KIoNAFaONY 

HE SBffBUaU&^m 

TUOHNGERS AMPUTATED TO FREE TRAPPED MAN 

M T&"U NEWSPAPERS 
RELENTLESS BROADSIDES 

SKoUESTION^MAN 1 ABOUT HORSE FARM BUSINESS ItALINGS 
JUDGE DISMISSES LAWSUIT OVER BRITT FARM 

^S^fWWUaUETO TREATINGNERVE DISEASES 

IS ssa F a»a , B&. «r even ^ *«* 

"""^"s^LES KCLINE; stock jitters blamed 

^iffifREET'S SELF-KFEAT 
ANDREW W. MELLON FOUNDATION 



2 6/17/1988 A 1 P N B53 
2 6/18/1988 C 1 N 
2 6/22/1988 A 1 C N W82 



S 2 7/16/1988 C 2 N 



H 2 2/19/1988 A 12 N 

H 2 4/28/1988 A 16 N 

S 2 5/05/1988 A 2 N 

S 2 12/01/1988 C 8 N 



H 2 1/06/1988 A 13 P N 

CHH 1 7/11/1983 A 4 L 

CHH 1 7/16/1988 A 8 N 

MM 7/17/1988 A 1 P N S63 

CHH 1 10/24/1988 A 1 N S12 

CHH 1 10/24/1988 A 1 N S12 

S 2 12/08/1988 A 15 N 

H 2 12/11/1988 B 1 P P C45 



H 2 4/10/1988 C 4 N 



H 2 7/29/1988 A 


14 


N 


S 2 5/30/1988 A 
H 2 5/31/1988 B 
H 2 6/03/1988 B 
H 2 6/23/1988 A 
H 2 7/25/1988 B 
CHH 1 7/28/1988 A 
H 2 11/12/1988 D 


3 
8 
4 
9 
1 
2 
5 


N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N H90 

N 



H 2 3/30/1988 A 4 E 

CHH 1 12/13/1988 A 3 N H90 

CHH 1 12/14/1988 A 2 N H90 

CHH 1 12/15/1988 A 9 N H90 

CHH 1 12/16/1988 A 2 N H90 

H 2 5/17/1988 A 9 N 

H 2 8/24/1988 B 3 N 

H 2 8/28/1988 C 1 P N C68 

H 2 1/03/1988 F 1 D N 

H 2 8/15/1988 A 4 L 



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$275,000 MELLON GRANT 

NEW YORK FOUNDATION AUARUS DUKE *580, 000 

2 DUKE STUDENTS UIN FELLOWSHIPS FROM FOUNDATION 

4 SELECTED FOR MELLON INTERNSHIPS 

DUKE MEDICAL SCHOOL GETS $400,000 GRANT 

DUKE MEDICAL SCHOOL GETS 6TH MELLON FOUNDATION GRANT 



H 2 1/24/1988 B 3 

S 2 3/26/1988 C 1 

H 2 5/05/1988 C 22 

CHH 1 6/25/1988 A 6 

H 2 7/27/1988 A 8 

S 2 7/28/1988 C 3 



ANDROGENS 

UNC-CHAPEL HILL SCIENTISTS CLONE GENE NEEDED FOR MALE SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT S-l 

ANENCEPHALY 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
N.C, COUPLE HOPES DOOMED DAUGHTER CAN HELP OTHERS 
COUPLE GIVE UP BABY HOPE TO HELP OTHER BABIES 

ANGER 

ANGER SUPPORT GROUP PUTS CHILDREN ON RIGHT PATH 

ANGIER, N.C. 

ANGIER HOUSING-PROJECT CURFBI IS STILL IN PLACE 
ANGIER MAYOR IMPOSES CURFEW ON APARTMENTS 
CURFEW IS LIFTED ON HOUSING PROJECT IN ANGIER 

ANGIER B, DUKE SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. , SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 

CHRISTENSEN TO HEAD DUKE PROGRAM 

DUKE NAMES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM HEAD 

$2.27 MILLION GIVEN FOR DUKE SCHOLARSHIPS 

ANGIER DUKE GYMNASIUM 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CAMERON STADIUM 

ANGIOPLASTY 

SEE ALSO HEART SURGERY 

SEE ALSO TRANSLUMINAL EXTRACTION CATHETER 

DUKE GETS OK TO TEST ARTERIAL 'ROTO-ROOTER' 

DUKE TESTS SHOW PROMISE FOR DEVICE TO CLEAR ARTERIES 

DUKE TO COMPARE TWO TREATMENTS OF ARTERY DISEASE 

DUKE COMPARES 2 HEART TREATMENTS IN NIH STUDY 

ANGLICANS 

SEE CHURCH OF ENGLAND 
SEE EPISCOPALIANS 

ANGOLA 

NCCU TEACHER FEARS FOR TREATY ON ANGOLA, NAMIBIA 

ANGST (BAND) 

NEW GRASS BRINGS CARRBORO A REVIVAL 
ROOMFUL STILL A CRACK BLUES BAND 

ANGUS BARN (RESTAURANT) 

BARN A RED-MEAT REFUGE IN THESE ANTI-CHOLESTEROL '80S 
RESTAURATEUR LEARNED A LOT FROM TWO WORDS! 'BE THERE' 
ANGUS BARN CELEBRATING 28 YEARS OF GOOD EATING (1960-1988) 
SENATE PANEL APPROVES BILL ON LEAKING STORAGE TANKS 
CONVICTED WITHOUT TRIAL 
HEY, WHAT'S THE TIE-UP HERE? 
ANGUS BARN OWNER DIES AT 56 

ANIMAL ATTACKS 

SEE ALSO DOG ATTACKS 
SEE ALSO VICIOUS ANIMALS 

STATE GAME OFFICIALS SHOOT ALLIGATOR THAT KILLED DOG 

MAN-OF-UAR STINGS KILL SCUBA DIVER 

ANIMAL BEHAVIOR 

RESEARCHERS DISCOVER WAY LONELY COWBIRD LEARNS TO SING 



(AD) 



H 


2 5/03/1988 C 


7 


N 


S 
H 


2 2/24/1988 A 
2 4/04/1988 A 


9 
12 


N 
N 


S 


2 10/13/1988 A 


6 D F 


S 
H 

H 


2 9/24/1988 C 
2 9/25/1988 B 
2 9/28/1988 B 


2 

10 

2 


N 
N 

N 



N 

N 

N D80 
N 
N 
N 



N U80 



G59 



H 2 8/03/1988 B 5 N 
S 2 8/06/1988 A 10 N 
H 2 10/05/1988 B 7 N N36 



H 2 1/22/1988 C 4 N D80 

H 2 3/29/1988 C 12 N 

H 2 7/31/1988 C 14 N D80 

S 2 8/13/1988 A 10 N 



H 2 12/25/1988 A 1 P N 046 



H 
H 


2 1/29/1988 D 
2 2/05/1988 D 


6 P F L37 
6 P R L37 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 5/06/1988 D 
2 5/22/1988 B 
2 5/29/1988 C 
2 6/17/1988 B 
2 6/29/1988 A 
2 10/11/1988 A 
2 11/19/1988 C 


23 P R D77 

5 N 

9 P A 
11 N 

4 L 

1 P P M66 

1 P N 



H 2 6/23/1988 A 18 N 
H 2 7/13/1988 B 8 N 



CHH 1 8/05/1988 A 2 N 



ANIMAL CONTROL 



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SEE ANIMALS 

II DECONTROL (INCLUDES CATS AND OTHER ANIMALS) 

SEE PETS 

ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO ANIMAL SHELTERS 

I H H K K «0N SOCIETY AND SKELTER 
DURHM BINGO OPERATORS MAYFACE T ARR|ST 

Hfg'M §»K SOT ™ " 

RF A P.A.L. TO DOGS, CATS 

Wthataur 

T^RESCUER; FOR FELINE fflJ>ER, CATS ARE IN THE BAG 

^ Km WELFARE ACT 
SE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 
SEE ALSO HUNTING 

SUPPORT HUMANE LAWS 
SACRIFICING THE ANIMALS 
ANIMAL RESEARCH NECESSARY 
BAN ANIMAL RESEARCH 
DON'T USE POUND ANIMALS 
WELL-INTENTIONED YAHOOS 

f^L^ElNG ANIMUS 

ffi BSK&n* «M fc M«n UxmALS 

WW ARE THE PEAL YAHOOS? 

BOYCOTT 'MILK-FED VEAL' 

KsTJS FOR RIGHTS OF ANIMALS. SANDY FOX BECAME AN 

FUR FLIES OYER WILDLIFE POLICY 
VEAL MAMS FUR FLY 

SS K&fMI DISCOS ANIMAL RIGHTS ON TALK SWU 

ffpssa ia 

SSaSl.! ICE CREAM 

SSSFcONTROlWoF CONTROL IN CHATHAM 
CRUELTY-FREE PRODUCTS 
RADICAL-STYLE HUMANENESS 



s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


7 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


Ot 


1 1 


S 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


S 


2 



3/18/1988 
3/20/1988 
3/23/1988 
3/23/1988 
3/24/1988 
3/24/1938 
3/24/1988 
3/25/1988 
4/04/1988 
4/08/1983 
4/09/1988 
4/11/1988 
6/11/1988 
8/01/1988 
8/22/1938 
10/08/1988 



11/02/1988 B 



N B53 
N S82 
E 

N B85 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 

N S82 

N 

E 

L 

L 

N 

P K30 

U L41 

N M70 

F G59 



H 


2 1/05/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 1/15/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 1/22/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 1/30/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 2/18/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 3/04/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 3/07/1988 A 


5 L 


S 


2 3/16/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 3/18/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 4/11/1988 A 


3 N 


H 


2 4/16/1988 C 


4 N 


H 


2 4/23/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 5/03/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 5/03/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 5/06/1988 A 


4 L 


ACTIVIST S 


2 5/27/1988 A 


6 P F S27 


H 


2 6/04/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 6/07/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/13/1988 B 


16 N 


S 


2 7/13/1983 A 


9 N „ 


s 


2 7/13/1983 B 


1 U C09 


H 


2 7/15/1983 A 


4 E 


s 


2 7/25/1983 A 


4 L 


s 


2 8/01/1983 A 


4 L 


H 


2 8/25/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 9/06/1988 


7 N 


H 


2 9/13/1983 A 


4 L 


H 


2 9/20/1988 C 


6 P P T37 


s 


2 9/28/1988 A 


11 N 


s 


2 10/01/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 10/05/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 10/25/1988 t 


4 U 


H 


2 10/31/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 11/16/1988 A 


4 E 



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SUB 



ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUP PROBES UNC FACILITY 

STATE VET TO INVESTIGATE ANIMAL ABUSE CHARGES (CORRECTED 12-8-88) 

MOST ANIMALS COME FROM POUNDS 

RESEARCHERS QUIET ABOUT 'ANIMAL RIGHTS' 

SCIENTISTS SHOULD BE MORE ACCOUNTABLE 

IS IT RIGHT? MEDICAL RESEARCHERS, ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS AT ODDS... 

PETA LEADER HAS SIGHTS SET ON UNC RESEARCH 

ANIMAL RESEARCH 'ETHICALLY BLIND' 

ANIMAL RIGHTS DILEMMA ALARMS UNC RESEARCHER 

FEDERAL VETERINARY OFFICER GIVES UNC FACILITY HIS OK 

VETERINARIAN, UNC ADVISER DENIES CONFLICT OF INTEREST 

ANIMAL RIGHTS PHILOSOPHY GAINING GROUND 

HUMANS AREN'T ALONE ON THE EARTH 

ANIMAL 'RIGHTS' OR HUMANITY'S 'WRONGS'? 

UNC ANSWERS ANIMAL ABUSE CHARGES 

OPEN ANIMAL RESEARCH TO PUBLIC SCRUTINY 

ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUPS DEMAND TO SEE, REVIEW UNC POLICIES 

PUT ANIMAL ADVOCATES ON COMMITTEE (CORRECTION PRINTED 12-19-88) 

ANIMAL RESEARCH BENEFITS PUBLIC OR RESEARCHER? 

CORRECTION 

UNC SHOULD LISTEN TO ANIMAL ACTIVISTS 

ANIMALS HAVE RIGHTS, TOO 

ANIMAL RESEARCH COMPARED TO NAZISM 

STOP BUYING FDR COATS 

PRESS TOURS LABS 

PETA HEAD CALL MOVE 'HISTORIC 

ANIMAL SHELTERS 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 

N.C. TO BE ASKED TO MAKE DOG'S LIFE MORE COMFORTABLE 

ANIMAL SHELTER CONDITIONS RIPPED 

ANIMAL THEFTS 

SEE ALSO BOGNAPPING 
SEE ALSO PETS 

STOP STEALING FOR RESEARCH 

FEU OFFER HELP OR HOPE FOR PEOPLE WHO LOSE DOGS 

ANIMAL WELFARE ACT 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL RIGHTS 
N.C. TO BE ASKED TO MAKE DOG'S LIFE MORE COMFORTABLE 



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CHH 1 


12/03/1988 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


12/07/1988 A 


1 C Q S17 


CHH 1 


12/07/1988 A 


1 P Q S17 


CHH 1 


12/07/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/07/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/08/1988 A 


1 Q S17 


CHH 1 


12/08/1988 A 


1 P Q S17 


CHH 1 


12/08/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/09/1988 A 


1 P Q S17 


CHH 1 


12/09/1988 A 


1 Q S17 


CHH 1 


12/10/1988 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


12/10/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/10/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/13/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/14/1988 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


12/14/1988 A 


4 P U 


CHH 1 


12/16/1988 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


12/16/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/17/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/19/1988 A 


2 N 


S 2 


12/19/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 12/21/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/21/1988 A 


4 L 


H 2 12/22/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/31/1988 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


12/31/1988 A 


1 P N S17 


S 2 


9/27/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


H 2 10/09/1988 B 


3 N 


H 2 


6/15/1988 A 


4 L 


H 2 


12/10/1988 A 


4 L 






S 2 9/27/1988 A 5 J Oil 



ANIMALS 

SEE ALSO BOG ATTACKS 
SEE ALSO ENDANGERED SPECIES 
SEEING THINGS S 

zoologist: small models of squirrels, elephants have common bond H 

FIREWORKS FRIGHTEN ANIMALS H 

INTRODUCTION TO ANIMALS, 101 H 

PLANNED PARENTHOOD! DURHAM MUSEUM SAYS ADOPTING ANIMALS HELPS WITH CARE S 

ANIMALS, BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE PETS, FUPULATION CONTROL 

ANIMALS, CONTROL OF 

SEE DOG CONTROL (INCLUDES CATS AND OTHER ANIMALS) 

ANIMALS. CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ANIMAL CONTROL DEPT. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 

SEE ALSO FRIENDS OF ANIMALS 

SEE ALSO PEOPLE FOR THE ETHICAL TREATMENT OF ANIMALS 
RODEOS CRUEL TO ANIMALS H 

RODEO ANIMALS MISTREATED H 

COMPUTER PROGRAM REPLACES ANIMAL DISSECTION IN SCHOOLS S 

ANIMAL CRUELTY CHARGES FILED AGAINST STUDENT H 



5/19/1988 D 
6/25/1988 C 
7/04/1988 B 
7/08/1988 A 
7/09/1988 B 



1 P G B71 

2 N 

1 N D22 

11 P P T37 

1 P N H02 



2 2/02/1988 A 4 L 

2 2/18/1988 A 4 L 

2 3/02/1988 A 4 L 

2 3/19/1988 C 6 N 



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SS^y™ T&§ER over *30,000 

SS SKe^S S^WWl*. ESTREATING RACCOONS 

MAN FACES CHARGE AFTER CAT PAINTED 

BOYCOTT URGED OF 'MILK-FED' VEAL 

x^^ED^cffif to animal 
K^aBs^Kl veal from menus r ^ 
^M^^ l S^%f^^ fox bec^ a warn 

}&£8ffi®£*™& OF KGLECT AND CRUELTY TO ANI^S 

m5£%SK&^&* IN GREENSNRO 

K^AfffisT TODAY; CHARGES CALLOW BASE' 
HOTV^T CARS WORST EHEMY OF HAN'S BEST FRIEND 
A LiFE OF MISERY, SICKNESS 
DUCK BURNERS GET $300 FINES 

S« SbWUTO IRK PUTTING CAT IN MICRtWAVE 
^^SDIET^Ss^^TED TO HUMAN NEEDS 
*im>S WOMEN DEVOTED TO SAVING DOGS _ 
rTTYU^^IsSftRGO UITH TEASING, BAITING DOG 
TEE^SFOUNffilND MYSTERY OF CAGED PUPPIES 
AMMALS}€LTER CONDITIONS RIPPED 
CRUELTY-FREE PRODUCTS 

Ir^rf «§ to°in^Ste mm. asuse charges (corrected 12-8-88) 

MOST ANIMALS COME FROM POLWK 

gjg iKmK LIVES OF MANY ANIMUS 

POLICE SEIZE TOOTrtJESS BEtf FROM NIGHTCLUB 

ANIMALS, DISEASES 

^HcSlS^SlED TO INHSTMD AIDS 
T^hCRSESTABLES UNDER QUARANTINE 

ANIMALS. MEDICAL RESEARCH 

" SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 

SEE AL<S DUKE PRIMATE FACILITY 

1 H HhHinniBFykf * ^ 

H ALSO UNIU^OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, ANIMAL RESEARCH 
SACRIFICING THE MM£S 
ANIMAL RESEARCH NECESSARY 
BAN ANIMAL RESEARCH 

ggKlK PW^h'^^ES ANIMAL DISSECTION IN SCHOOLS 
GROUP TO PROTEST TREATMENT OF LAB ANIMALS 
STOP STEALING FOR RESEARCH 
STOP KILLING CATS AT UNC 

BBHURb MYSTERY OF CAGED PUPPIES 
■tfHfinaLWt-- (CORRECTED 12-8-88) 
&«« aK^ RIGHTS' 
ll 1 ^^^ ^^SI^I^RI^S ACTIVISTS AT ODDS... 



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H 

H 
H 
S 
S 
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H 

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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 



3/22/1988 A 
3/31/1988 C 
4/15/1988 A 
4/22/1988 C 
4/23/1988 B 
5/02/1988 A 
5/03/1988 A 
5/04/1988 B 
5/06/1988 A 
5/06/1988 
5/21/1988 
5/27/1988 
6/10/1988 
6/11/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/16/1988 
6/17/1988 
6/24/1988 B 
6/27/1988 A 
6/30/1988 
7/02/1988 
7/04/1988 
7/13/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/25/1988 
7/25/1988 
8/01/1988 _ 
10/03/1988 B 
10/09/1988 B 
10/31/1983 
11/30/1988 
12/07/1988 
12/07/1988 
12/10/1988 
12/22/1983 
12/28/1988 



4 

9 

10 

1 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 

16 
10 



L 

N 
N 

N W27 

N 

L 

L 
N 
L 

N 

N 



6 P F S27 



N H90 
N 
L 
N 
N 

N P38 
1 P N S12 
4 L 
N H90 

L 

N S82 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N 

L 

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1 P Q S17 

2 N 
4 L 
6 N 



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4 
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S 2 2/24/1988 A 9 N 
H 1 6/29/1988 B 7 N 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


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1 


CHH 


1 


CHH 


1 


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1 


CHH 


1 


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CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/15/1988 
1/22/1988 
1/30/1988 
2/18/1988 
3/02/1988 
4/16/1988 
6/15/1988 
8/25/1988 
9/07/1988 .. 
10/03/1988 B 
10/29/1988 A 
12/03/1988 
12/07/1988 
12/07/1988 
12/07/1988 
12/07/1988 
12/08/1988 
12/08/1988 
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L 
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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



ANIMAL RIGHTS DILEMMA ALARMS UNC RESEARCHER 

FEDERAL VETERINARY OFFICER GIVES UNC FACILITY HIS OK 

OPEN RESEARCH PROCESS TO THE PUBLIC 

VETERINARIAN, UNC ADVISER DENIES CONFLICT OF INTEREST 

ANIMAL RIGHTS PHILOSOPHY GAINING GROUND 

HUMANS AREN'T ALONE ON THE EARTH 

ANIMAL 'RIGHTS' OR HUMANITY'S 'WRONGS'? 

UNC ANSWERS ANIMAL ABUSE CHARGES 

OPEN ANIMAL RESEARCH TO PUBLIC SCRUTINY 

ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUPS DEMAND TO SEE, REVIEW UNC POLICIES 

PUT ANIMAL ADVOCATES ON COMMITTEE (CORRECTION PRINTED 12-19-88) 

ANIMAL RESEARCH BENEFITS PUBLIC OR RESEARCHER? 

CORRECTION 

UNC SHOULD LISTEN TO ANIMAL ACTIVISTS 

ANIMAL RESEARCH COMPARED TO NAZISM 

PRESS TOURS LABS 

PETA HEAD CALL MOVE 'HISTORIC 

ANIMALS, RARITIES 

SEE ALSO EXOTIC PETS 
SEE ALSO RARE BIRDS 

HERNDQN'S GET TRIPLET CALVES-AGAIN 

PITTSBORO PRESERVE BRINGS RARE ANIMALS FROM PHILIPPINES 

ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND 
SEE ALSO MARYLAND 
DUKE ALUMNI INVITED TO ANNAPOLIS WEEKEND 

ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C., ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO EXTRATERRITORIAL AREA 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C., ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO PITTSBORO, N.C. , ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, ANNEXATION 
ANNEXATIONS SLIP CARY PAST CHAPEL HILL TO BE THIRD MOST POPULOUS... 
ANNEXATION PROPOSALS CHALLENGED IN HEARING 
ANNEXATION PROPOSAL COULD PIT CARY AGAINST MORRISVILLE 
CHAPEL HILL IS USING DURHAM AS A DOORMAT 
TWO SMALL TOWNS IN N.C. SUFFER SIMILAR GROWING PAINS 
ANNEXATION MORATORIUM HITS LEGAL SNAG 
JACKSONVILLE PLANS TO ANNEX PARTS OF TWO MARINE BASES 
JACKSONVILLE PLANS TO ANNEX TWO MILITARY BASES 

ANNIE ON MY MIND (BOOK) 

WOMAN ASKS ROCKINGHAM COUNTY LIBRARY TO BAN NOVEL 

ANNUAL PHYSICAL CHECKUPS 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 
ANNUAL CHECKUPS ARE AN INVESTMENT IN YOUR HEALTH 
SOME HEALTH SCREENINGS BENEFICIAL 

ANNUAL REPORTS 

RELEASE OF REPORT SHOWS BAD TIMING 

DURHAM COUNTY, A COUNTY WITH! MEDICINE, EDUCATION... 

DURHAM GOP CRITICIZES COUNTY REPORT 

BOND DENIES RELEASING FINANCIAL DATA POLITICAL ACT 

COUNTY REPORT WAS ILL-TIMED POLITICAL AD 

INVESTIGATE COUNTY REPORT 

FIRST UNION OPENS SOUTH SQUARE OFFICES 

ANOREXIA NERVOSA 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 

SEE ALSO EATING 

SEE ALSO HUNGER 

SEE ALSO MALNUTRITION 

SEE ALSO VOMITING 



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— DATE- 

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12/09/1988 
12/09/1988 
12/10/1988 
12/10/1988 
12/10/1988 
12/13/1988 
12/14/1988 
12/14/1988 
12/16/1988 
12/16/1983 
12/17/1988 
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S 2 6/01/1988 C 7 N 



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1 M N M97 


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3 3/15/1988 B 


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2 7/12/1988 A 


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1 9/21/1988 A 


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S 


2 11/07/1988 A 


I N H65 




H 


2 11/08/1988 A 


I N A54 




H 


2 11/08/1988 A ' 


1 E 




H 


2 11/10/1988 A ' 


1 L 




S 


2 11/12/1988 A ( 


! P N 



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anorexia: a label that society hakes you ashajcd of 

^SeFaLSO RESTAURANTS, DURHAM ._ 

'ANGTHERTHYME' AND PLACE. THE EAGLES MIGHT HAVt wun 
COOKING UP AWAY TO FIGHT HUNGER mu „„- 
AN^THYME NOW DURHAM'S SUNDAY ALTERNATIVE 

ANS0N iSw(nF , GiRL 4. RESCUED FROM FIRE IN STABLE CONDITION 

WOMAN Ss *2.4MILLI0N TRUST FUND FOR ANSON 
^pSntS^S DEATH LEAVES QUESTIONS 

^Affis Sing to anson county school assekh.ies 
m £FJ$g%E&M two septate homiciies 

^nOFftCTS- VALENTINE FEELS N.C'S PRESENCE AT SOUTH POLE 
gK KlNENOT VICTIM T Gf '^ETMANIA- 
AT WORLD'S BOTTOM, A HEROIC RESCUE IN NUMBING COLD 
ANTARCTICA TRIP WASN'T SO FRIGID _ 
^O WELL SPENT W VALENTINE'S JUNKET 
VALENTINE CHECKED ON SCOUTS 

ANTHONY HOSIERY MILL 

SECOND MILL FIRE IN 5 DAYS BREAKS 

ANTHONY J. MCKEVLIN AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
FERRY RECEIVES HCXEVLIN 
DANNY FERRY ACC'S TOP ATHLETE 

""seeVsO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
TEXTILE UCWER CWTRACTS ANTHRAX FROM WOOL 

ANTHROPOLOGISTS 

1 &H U^Kc-CHSPH. HILL DEPT. OF ttTHROPOLOGY 
TRACKING THE HISTORY OF POTTER LOY 

ANTHROPOLOGY 

SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 

IHRVngniUh. — 

!"STSi« Wc*s of wm cau£K 

ANTI-ABORTION GROUPS 
SEE ABORTION 
SEE PRO-LIFE MOVEMENT 

ANTI-BUSING BILL 

SEE SCHOOLS, U.S., BUSING 

ANTI-CANCER DRUGS 



— DATE- 



S 

E 

c -re 



4/16/1988 B 
4/22/1988 A 
5/16/1988 C 
6/27/1988 B 
9/28/1988 C 
12/06/1988 C 
12/23/1988 B 



S 2 4/19/1988 D 
H 2 5/13/1988 A 
H 2 9/16/1988 D 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

U 

L 

N 

N 

N D80 

N 

N 



3 P N A76 

8 P F Zll 

23 R D77 



H 2 2/22/1988 B 14 N 

H 2 5/20/1988 BUN 

H 2 9/25/1988 A 14 N 

H 2 10/27/1988 A 16 N 

H 2 12/15/1988 D 4 N 



H 2 12/09/1988 B 5 N 
H 2 3/03/1988 C 18 N 



H 2 10/19/1988 A 18 N 



2 1/21/1988 C 

2 1/23/1988 A 

2 2/15/1988 B 

2 2/17/1988 A 

2 2/24/1988 A 

2 3/02/1988 A 



1 P N M06 
4 L 
1 N 
4 U 
4 L 
4 L 



S 2 6/17/1988 C 2 N 



2 7/31/1988 B 1 P N C49 
2 8/01/1983 D 8 N 



H 2 4/14/1988 B 8 N 



CHH 1 7/09/1988 A 3 P N S63 



H 2 1/05/1988 C 4 N 

H 2 1/23/1988 C 1 N 046 

H 2 5/31/1988 B 14 N U80 

H 2 11/20/1988 B 1 U N36 



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SUBJECTS 



SEE CHEMOTHERAPY 

ANTI-DEATH PENALTY 

SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO EXECUTIONS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEATH PENALTY RESOURCE CENTER 

N.C. NATIVE NOMINATED FOR NOBEL PEACE PRIZE 

N.C. NATIVE NOMINATED FOR NOBEL PRIZE 

DEATH PENALTY IS WRONG 

ELIMINATE DEATH PENALTY 

EDITORIAL POORLY WRITTEN 

EXECUTION ORDER DECRIED 

ANTI-DEPRESSANTS 

SEE ALSO CLOMIPRAMINE 

SEE ALSO DEPRESSION (EMOTIONAL STATE) 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 
DRUG SHOWS PROMISE FOR TREATING OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER 
APPEALS COURT BACKS USE OF DRUGS ON FEDERAL MENTAL PATIENT 
MEDICINE CAN PREVENT HOLIDAY DEPRESSION, SUICIDES 

ANTI-DRUG BILL 

SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG DEALERS 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, LAWS 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, SMUGGLING 
CONGRESSIONAL SESSION ENDS ON A HIGH NOTE 

ANTI-INFLATION PROGRAM 
SEE ECONOMY, U.S. 
SEE INFLATION, U.S. 

ANTI-KLAN MOVEMENT 
SEE ALSO KLANWATCH 
SEE ALSO KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE ALSO NORTH CAROLINIANS AGAINST RACIST AND RELIGIOUS VIOLENCE 

ANTI-KLAN PROTESTS SCHEDULED; SOME WILL SPEAK, OTHERS BANG ON POTS... 

GROUP RESCHEDULES PROTEST AGAINST KLAN 

KLAN HATERS SHOULD SIMPLY STAY HOME 

KLAN MARCH NON-VIOLENT BUT LOUD; PROTESTERS OUTNUMBER KLAN 2 TO 1 

ORANGE COUNTY ELECTED OFFICIALS REBUKE KKK JUST PRIOR TO MARCH 

PROTESTERS DID HARM TO THEIR CAUSE 

KLANSMEN TO APPEAR IN COURT 

THEATRICS MARK HILLSBOROUGH RALLY 

PATRIOTIC AMERICANS SHOULD PROTEST KLAN 

POLICE HANDLED KLAN MARCH FLAWLESSLY 

KLAN-BAITING BECOMES A BIG WASTE OF TIME 

ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO ANTI-WAR PROTESTORS 

SEE ALSO COALITION FOR ALTERNATIVES TO SHEARON HARRIS 

SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 

SEE ALSO MUSICIANS UNITED FOR SAFE ENERGY 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR ENERGY 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR PLANTS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC CITIZEN'S CRITICAL MASS ENERGY FmECT 

SEE ALSO SANE 

SEE ALSO SHEARON HARRIS ACTION GROUP (SHAG) 

STOP SIGNS USED FOR ARMS MESSAGE 

NUCLEAR POWER CAN HELP STOP POLLUTION 

WHITE COAT VIGIL 

SHAG; NOT A BEACH DANCE BUT A NEW ANTI-NUKE GROUP 

NUCLEAR PROTEST 

PLANT TRAFFIC RIDES AROUND QUIET PROTEST 

ANTI-PORNOGRAPHY LAW 
SEE ALSO PORNOGRAPHY 
OUT-OF-STATE PORNOGRAPHY HARD TO CONTROL 



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H 2 1/08/1988 A 10 N 

H 2 2/18/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 6/14/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 9/06/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 9/07/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 1/08/1988 B 5 N D80 
H 1 12/13/1988 C 3 N 
S 2 12/21/1988 C 5 U 



H 2 10/27/1988 A 4 E 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 



9/01/1988 
9/02/1988 
9/02/1988 
9/04/1988 
9/04/1988 
9/04/1988 
9/05/1988 
9/05/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/09/1988 



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N M70 
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N M06 
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5/11/1988 B 
7/18/1988 A 
8/06/1988 A 
9/13/1988 A 
9/14/1988 A 
9/14/1988 A 



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L 

P L38 
N S17 
P L38 
N M25 



H 2 1/18/1988 B 1 N 



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NEU TRIAL ORDERED IN BOOKSTORE CASE 

mV nOTFRS NEW TRIAL IN STRANGE MURDER CASE 

R°ffiY EXPLICIT MATERIAL TO BE CHALLENGED 

ANTI-RECESSION PROGRAM 
SEE RECESSION 

ANTI-SEMITISM 

SEE ALSO JEWS „„ 

DARKER SIDE OF HATRED 
DISTURBING SUGGESTIONS 
FORGIVENESS IN NEU YORK? 
REALISM, NOT RACISM 
JAcWs ANTI-JEWISH RECORD 
ISRAEL NO leipCRACY 

KTj^^S^ 

H^SKfffiTE^ BURGLARS LEAVE SCRAWLED SIGNS, LOADED... 
CARTOON SHOCKING, OFFENSIVE 

ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 
SEE CIGARETTES 

H TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

ANTI-STARCH PILLS 
SEE WEIGHT CONTROL 

ANTI-TERRORISM PROGRAM 

WI "™tTTOITOR DEFENDS RECORD OF NEWSPAPERS IN BIG CONGLOMERATES 
COKE BOTTLERS SEEK APPEAL 

^SEE% S LAUSUITS, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, U.S. 

R^lfE^SUIT^RITLESS, ATTORNEY SAYS 

'"StifBE&U* MOVEMENT 
SEE ALSO VIETNAM 
^ElRK«™ POINT IN QUAYLE QUARREL 

ANTIBIOTICS 

1 SI Sription D*UGS nTTr 

SSSffl IWWBB- AND IKUGS 

ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 

^ILEPTOPATIENTS URGED TO USE BRAND-NAME DRUGS 

ANTIF ROL^R-COASTER TEMPERATURES TAKE RECORD DIP IN TRIANGLE 
ANTIQUES 



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H 2 2/17/1988 B 10 N 
H 2 4/07/1988 A 15 N 
H 2 10/11/1988 A 14 N 



H 2 2/01/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 2/02/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 4/13/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 4/14/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 4/23/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 4/29/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 5/09/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 8/04/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 9/16/1988 A 4 L 

CHH 1 10/24/1988 A 1 N S12 

H 2 12/26/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 3/14/1988 A 3 N 
H 2 3/17/1988 D 6 N 



H 2 1/23/1988 C 3 P N A54 

H 2 2/26/1988 C 3 N 

H 2 4/02/1988 B 6 N 

S 2 5/14/1988 A 3 N 



H 2 6/10/1988 B 5 N 
H 2 6/11/1988 A 12 N 
S 2 6/13/1988 A 3 N 



H 1 9/16/1988 C 1 P N T33 



S 2 1/09/1988 A 3 N W82 
S 2 8/17/1988 C 5 U 



CHH 1 8/19/1988 A 6 N 
H 2 10/14/1988 A 1 N C47 



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SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, ANTIQUE 

LIVING MUSEUM ENGINEER AIMS TO RETORE FAMILY'S 145- YEAR-OLD FARM... 

CHARLOTTE FAMILY'S DEAREST FRIENDS ARE ANTIQUES 

HARNETT COUNTY SENIOR COLLECTS HOUSES 

ANTIQUE OAK BEDS REPORTED STOLEN 

YANCEYVILLE MAN'S HOME 'A DIFFERENT WORLD' OF THE PAST 

ANTIQUES SHOU INCLUDES OLD SALEM REPLICAS 

ANTIQUE OFFICE EQUIPMENT ON DISPLAY 

HOOSIER CABINETS POPULAR AGAIN 50 YEARS PAST HEYDAY 

POLICE LOG/CASH, SHOTGUN, ANTIQUES STOLEN 

HATCHING A WURLITZER JUKE BOX SPIN A $16,000 RECORD 

ANTITRUST LAWS 

SEE ANTI-TRUST SUITS 

ANXIETY 

see also duke univ. medical center, anxiety disorders f1h3gram 

see also mental health 

see also mental illness 

see also panic 

see also phobias 

see also stress 

see also triangle anxiety disorders association 

anxiety disorders get extra attention in duke program 

nccu professor's mission! stop worrying; let someone else do it 

author to speak about anxiety 

durham group helps people tame panic attacks 

anxiety disorders are common 

duke professor's scale can reveal symptoms of anxiety 

going back to school can be tough on a child 

millions suffer from anxiety 

chronic worriersj scientists estimate 10 to 15 percent of people... 

apartheid 
see also artists against apartheid 
see also racial discrimination 
see also south africa 
see also sullivan principles 

city policy sends the wrong message 

anti-apartheid recklessness 

duke officials say divestment accomplished 

give aid to south africa 

sanctions hurting blacks 

a visionary with tears 

city considers new firm, step away from s. africa 

let's put high school stars in hall of fame 

south african says mandela unifying symbol for struggle 

valentine: quayle 'lacking' 

kilpatrick column reflects racist attitude 

church document takes aim at apartheid 

apartments 
see also condominiums 
see also durham, n.c., downtown dwelling 
see also housing, durham 
see also housing, n.c. 
see also housing, u.s. 
see also innesbrook apartments 
see also the mews apartments 
see also renter's insurance 
see also townhouses 

trucking firm seeks rezoning for durham freight terminal 

commissioners extend tax-listing period 

protests alter duke's plans to use apartments for offices 

talks ease shir of tenants from duke-owno housing 

council won't reconsider apartment rezoning 

•treyberne' developer decides on new name 

slow, steady triangle growth expected 

tenants in path of duke expansion seek more money 



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H 2 


1/15/1988 A 


6 P N 


S 2 


1/20/1988 C 


12 N 


S 2 


1/26/1988 A 


3 P N 


H 1 


3/25/1988 C 


2 N 


H 2 


3/28/1988 C 


14 N 


H 2 


4/01/1988 D 


11 N 


H 2 


4/28/1988 C 


7 P P 


H 2 


8/09/1988 B 


1 P N T33 


CHH 1 


8/09/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


10/27/1988 A 


3 U L41 



H 


2 3/19/1988 C 


2 N D80 


H 


2 4/24/1988 A 


15 N 


S 


2 6/01/1988 A 


12 N 


S 


2 6/03/1988 C 


1 N H02 


S 


2 6/24/1988 A 


8 N 


H 


2 8/06/1988 D 


4 C N D80 


S 


2 8/29/1988 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 9/12/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 10/04/1988 B 


2 T F C60 



H 


2 


1/05/1988 A ' 


t L 


H 


2 


1/10/1988 D ' 


t E 


5 


2 


1/27/1988 A 1 


I N 


H 


2 


3/04/1988 A > 


t E 


H 


2 


3/10/1988 A ' 


\ L 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 A ' 


1 E 


S 


2 


5/27/1988 C 


I N H70 


H 


2 


7/16/1988 A ' 


I E 


H 


2 


7/18/1988 A 1 


, P N C47 


S 


2 


8/26/1988 A 


t P N M06 


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2 


9/27/1988 A ' 


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2 


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s 
s 

H 
S 
S 
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H 
H 



1/09/1988 C 
1/12/1988 B 
1/22/1988 B 
1/22/1988 C 
1/26/1988 A 
4/12/1988 B 
4/23/1988 A 
5/08/1988 B 



1 

1 
4 
1 

11 

11 

1 

1 



N M06 
N M06 
N N36 
N B53 
N H70 
N 

N C60 
N A54 



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APT OCCUPANCY RATES SLIP IN FIRST QUARTER FOR TRIANGLE AREA 
POLICE GET BREAK IN 30 ROBBERIES 

i«F^» w s?^i^^Ss 

^'^S^^^ THREE SLAYINGS NEAR «X 
^ UAkFcK ATTORNEY TO INVESTIGATE LOOP REALIGNMENT 

** TEENslw OUT DRESSED TOW NINES 
PROM NIGHT PROVES HECTIC FOR GIRLS 
TFFNS STEP OUT DRESSED TO THE NINES 
PROM NIGHT PROVES HECTIC FOR GIRLS 
PWW NIGHT PROVES HECTIC FOR GIRLS 
PROM NIGHT PROVES HECTIC FOR GIRLS 

** WSS^g^'JSS^WE, LADY SPARTANS TAKE TRIANGLE TITLE 
SPARTANS DOUBLE UP ON APEX 
SOUTHERN OUTLASTS E.UAKE 

E^lPSSlS TA™ AGAIN 
"* iKS &R&ITY NRING 1988 SEASON 

"** HRHBt I^uTmakes mark in apex 

APEX SO^OF^RESCUERS ARE RESCUING THEMSELVES 

APHIDS 

SE Uc^ I S S SOAPY T SPRAY TO KILL APHIDS ON FRASER FIRS 

APHR0 DRUG A FIR)i PROBABLY DID NOT UANT PUBLICITY ON UELLBUTRIN 

APOLOGIES 

983 DMeMWdISHISS SUIT SEEKING AP0L0GYFR0M POLICE 
Sam I p0LQGIZES TO i VICTIM OF _BREAK-IN, GETS THREE YEARS 
MAN WITH SHOTGUN DEMANDS APOLOGY FOR INSULT 
MAN ORDERED TO APOLOGIZE TO VICTIMS 

APPALACHIA 

st^&KoU^f^STILL IN POVERTY IN CENTRAL APPALACHIA 

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

HIGHLANDS PhXcENTER FLANS SUMMER CLASSES 
APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS 

^.sVtorSPsEWICE PLANS INCREASE IN HERBICIDE USE 

^^^K^sfEF^HTERDIES 
UTS. EMBASSY SAYS UOMAN UAS SLAIN 



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5/13/1988 C 
6/19/1988 F 
7/28/1988 B 
8/23/1988 A 
9/16/1988 A 
9/17/1988 C 
11/16/1988 C 



3/01/1988 B 
3/10/1988 D 



9 

10 



T 
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N 
N 

N 
N 

N M25 
N B53 
N 
N A54 



H 2 2/16/1988 B 7 N P41 



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H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



H 
S 
H 
S 
H 



5/28/1988 B 
5/28/1988 B 
5/28/1988 B 
5/28/1988 B 
5/28/1988 B 
5/28/1988 B 



2/17/1988 B 
3/03/1988 B 
3/05/1988 D 
3/05/1988 B 
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P P 
P P 
P P 
P P 
P P 
P P 



T37 
T32 
T32 
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3 P N P85 
3 N A76 
1 N Y55 
3 N A76 
25 P N K30 



H 2 8/23/1988 D 26 P N W08 

H 2 12/10/1988 C 1 N P41 

H 2 3/20/1988 A 2 J P41 

H 2 7/12/1988 B 6 N 



S 2 6/29/1988 A 12 U 



H 2 1/26/1988 A 4 

H 2 2/05/1988 B 4 

H 2 4/28/1988 C 6 

H 2 5/07/1988 B 3 

H 2 11/03/1988 D 5 



E 

N S82 
N S82 
N 
N 



H 2 7/29/1983 D 13 P F U66 
H 2 12/24/1988 C 4 N 



S 2 1/28/1988 D 1 P F B71 
H 2 4/29/1988 D 10 I 



S 2 12/01/1988 A 16 N 

H 2 1/25/1988 A 8 N 
H 2 1/27/1988 A 9 N 



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ASU GROW IS TRYING TO SAVE 1902 HOME 

N.C. TEEN KILLED IN CHINA WANTED TO TEACH ENGLISH 

N.C. DANCE THEATER PLANS 3-WEEK CAHP 

N.C. COLLEGES TURN AWAY MORE APPLICANTS 

BUSINESS SCHOOL PLANS $10 MILLION BUILDING AT ASU 

APPALACHIAN PROGRAM TO LURE MUSIC STUDENTS 

HOUSE COMING DOWN 

ASU HOUSE MOVE 

PEOPLE; DUKE PROFESSOR NAMED DISTINGUISHED LECTURER 

COLLEGE COSTS UP 7X; FEW TOP *20,000-A-YEAR 

♦19,5 MILLION COLISEUM SOUGHT BY APPALACHIAN 

GRAHAM MAN FACING KIDNAPPING CHARGES IN INCIDENT AT ASU 

MAN LEAVES SEVERED HAND IN CLASSROOM 

N.C. CHEATING SUIT COULD REWRITE STANDARDS 

ASU ALLOWS CONDOM VENDING MACHINES IN DORMS 

FIRE DAMAGES DORM AT ASU 

ARCHAEOLOGISTS BATTLE RAIDERS OF HISTORIC SITES ACROSS NORTH CAROLINA 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV., STUDENTS 

PEOPLE: DUKE, UNC PROFESSORS RECEIVE MEDALS FOR ACHIEVEMENTS 

ASU ANNOUNCES DEAN'S LIST 

JURY SELECTION STARTS IN BOONE STUDENT'S DEATH 

MAN SENTENCED TO 15 YEARS FOR SLAYING OF ASU STUDENT 

BOONE TOWN COUNCIL REFUSES TO REPEAL NOISE ORDINANCE 

APPALACHIAN STATE GRADUATES ARE LISTED 

APPALACHIAN STATE LISTS HONOR STUDENTS 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
UNC-W 84, APP. ST. 71 
FURMAN 81, APPALACHIAN ST. 71 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
MARSHALL 88, APP. ST. 80 
APPALACHIAN ST, 77, DAVIDSON 69 
PRICE CUTS SEMINOLES 
APPALACHIAN ST., 89-72 
FURMAN EDGES APPALACHIAN ST. 
SLOAN WINS 600THi ECU LOSES DESPITE HILL'S 43 
VMI, 66-65 

CITADEL 73, APP. ST. 71 (OT) 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
APPALACHIAN ST. 91, S.C. -SPARTANBURG 67 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
FANFARE/ASU LINEMAN WINS 
WAKE FOOTBALL BACKS OUT OF GAMECOCK DATE 
DEACONS ROMP BEHIND ELKINS' OFFENSE, DEFENSIVE PRESSURE 
APPALACHIAN ST. 17, JAMES MADISON 14 
APPALACHIAN STATE, 39-10 
GAMECOCKS CAPITALIZE ON MOUNTAINEER MISTAKES 
APPALACHIAN ST. 34, VMI 20 
FURMAN 24. APP. ST. 9 
APPALACHIAN STATE WHIPS ETSU 
MARSHALL 30, APPALACHIAN ST, 27 
REDDING KEYS APPALACHIAN 
UTC. 28, APPALACHIAN 24 
WAKE, APPALACHIAN TIE BUMPS DEACS FROM BOWL 
TIE KILLS DEACONS' BOWL HOPES 

APPALACHIAN TRAIL 
SEE ALSO HIKING 
SEE ALSO ROAN MOUNTAIN 
FOREST SERVICE TO STUDY NANTAHALA CLEAR-CUT TIMBER PLAN 

APPLE CHILL FAIR 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, FESTIVALS 
SEE ALSO FESTIFALL (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 

TRIANGLE PUTS FOUR IN FESTIVALS' TOP 1,000 

FOOD DRIVE PLANNED AT APPLE CHILL 



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2 4/13/1988 C 


2 


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2 5/02/1988 A 


22 


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2 5/10/1988 B 


18 


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2 6/01/1988 A 


11 


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2 6/16/1988 C 


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2 6/23/1988 B 


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2 8/06/1988 A 


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2 9/04/1988 C 


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2 10/19/1988 A 


12 


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2 10/23/1988 B 


4 


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2 11/28/1988 A 


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2 12/03/1988 B 


3 


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2 12/15/1988 D 


4 


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2 12/28/1988 B 


7 


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2 1/21/1988 B 


6 


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2 1/26/1988 A 


12 


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2 1/27/1988 C 


3 


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2 2/11/1988 C 


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2 5/28/1988 A 


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N 


S 


2 6/16/1988 A 


17 


N 


S 


2 6/16/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 1/05/1988 D 


n 


N 


H 


2 1/10/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 1/13/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 1/17/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 1/25/1988 D 


7 


N 


S 


2 1/26/1988 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 2/07/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 2/09/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 2/14/1988 C 


e 
J 


N 


H 


2 2/21/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 3/01/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 3/04/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/04/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 1/23/1988 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 2/27/1988 B 


5 P N 


H 


2 9/04/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 9/11/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 9/25/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 10/02/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/09/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/16/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 10/23/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 10/30/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/06/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 11/13/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/20/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 11/21/1988 D 


11 


N 



H 2 10/13/1988 D 5 N 



2 3/29/1988 C 
2 4/16/1988 C 



4 U W66 
4 N 080 



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12/31/1988 



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fiPH F PHILL FESTIVAL TO BE HELD TODAY 

tffli chill nowa hill: festival fighters 

FOOD DRIVE 

NOW THOSE ARE BUBBLES 

apple computer cq. 

^KAT?cSeR 'VIRUS, ' 'VACCINATES' AGAINST MORE 
APPLE FESTIVAL „ „ „ 

^vS&^gfa™'*** FEST 

APPLE PIE 

BASEBALL, HOT DOGS AND... 

AP? SEE ALSO FRUIT (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC FRUITS) 

^K/^sIfU NX. OOPS ^ 
FALL APPLES; SEASON STILL OFFERS BEST CROP DF THE YEAR 
COLORING CHAMPION 

APPLES IN BRIGHTLEAF 

SFE ALSO RESTAURANTS, DURHAM 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 6 FOR ROBBERY 
fflD^NTDCED IN ARMED ROBBERIES 
STflEADS GUILTY TO ARMED ROBBERIES, GETS 25 YEARS 
TWO GET14 YEARS EACH FOR ROBBERIES 
HEN SENTENCED IN ROBBERIES 

AI ^SEe'eLECTRICAL APPLIANCES 
APPOMATTOX COURT HOUSE 

^P^TTOX* UA?'URITING ON THE HALL' FOR COTEDERACt 

AR l£E S ALSO PROPERTY REVALUATION 
SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 

^TfFI^TI^lKTAXES TAX ASSESSOR 

^^Sam^oEamjm training council 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 

H ALSO «NCWTY N HIGH SCHOOL APPRENTICESHIP FTOGRAM 

1 H ItflkC,, EIOCATION PROGRAM 

S %. < SSn P mP??nW PEOPLE GET TRAINING IN CONSTRUCTION 

ONE FOUNDATION BUILDS ANOTHER 

"^SrlnllCTO BRACE FOR A CHAOTIC WEEKEND-KO FOOLIN' 
A DAY TO OBSERVE... 

AQU S E E f ALSO C AER«IC DANCE (INCLUDES AEROBIC EXERCISE) 
TRY AQUAAEROBICS FOR FULL UORKOUT 



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H 2 4/17/1988 A 14 N BIO 

H 2 4/18/1988 A 1 P P C45 

H 2 4/18/1988 C 1 P P C45 

S 2 4/18/1988 C 3 P P C45 



S 2 5/20/1988 C 1 N «82 

H 2 8/10/1988 B 7 N 

S 2 10/05/1988 C 9 F P 

H 2 2/07/1988 B 10 N 

H 2 10/19/1988 B 1 P F Zll 



S 
H 
H 
H 



2 7/15/1988 A 

1 8/13/1988 C 

2 9/01/1988 C 
2 11/23/1988 C 



14 N 

1 N 
1 D F Zll 
6PPT32 



1/05/1988 A 
5/31/1988 A 
6/01/1988 A 
7/26/1988 B 
7/26/1988 A 



1 
1 

16 

10 

9 



N B53 
N B53 
N 

N S82 
N B53 



S 2 4/11/1988 C 1 P N M06 



S 2 9/03/1988 A 1 N M06 



H 2 6/16/1988 C 

H 2 8/07/1988 B 

H 2 8/14/1988 D 

S 2 8/15/1988 C 



8 P N D22 
7 N 

10 p N -~ 
1 P N S92 



2 3/30/1988 C 
2 4/01/1988 A 



N BS5 
E 



S 2 7/12/1988 B 4 P N 



AGUACULTURE 



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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO COMMERCIAL FISHING INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO HYDROPONICS 
DROUGHT TAKING TOLL ON N.C. TROUT FARMS 

AQUARIUM 

SEE ALSO N.C. AQUARIUM 
PET FISH HELP OWNERS GO WITH THE FLOW 
STATE FUNDS SHOULD KEEP COASTAL AQUARIUMS FIT 

ARABIAN STALLION 
SEE ALSO HORSES 
HOME ON THE RANGE 

ARABS 

SEE ALSO INTERNS FOR PEACE 
PEACE REMNANT OFFERS ISRAEL HOPE 

ARBITRATION 

SEE AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION 
SEE BASEBALL, SALARY ARBITRATIONS 
SEE MEDIATION 

ARBITRON 

SEE ALSO RADIO 
WICG-FM, URAL-FM TIE FOR TOP SPOT 
MUSIC, NOT CONTESTS, WANTED ON TRIANGLE RADIO STATIONS 
WRDU, WDCG MAKE RADIO WAVES WITH OFF-BEAT FORMAT 

ARBOR DAY 

BRASS ENSEMBLE 

DURHAM OBSERVES ARBOR WEEK 

CLUB, STUDENTS TO PLANT TREES 

ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO ANTHROPOLOGISTS 

SEE ALSO ANTHROPOLOGY 

SEE ALSO ANTIQUES 

SEE ALSO BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO FOSSILS 

SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C, RELICS 

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY SOUGHT AT PROPOSED COAL MINING SITE 

ARTIFACTS GROWING TARGET OF THIEVES 

FOREST SERVICE HAS NEW POLICY ON BURIAL SITES 

PROFS GOING BACK FOR MORE MOSAICS 

MOVING MOSAIC TO BE PAINSTAKING JOB 

ARCHEOLOGISTS TO CONTINUE SIOUAN PROJECT 

GROUP FEARS LOSS OF CIVIL WAR RELICS 

DUKE COUPLE STARTS FACELIFT FOR 1,700- YEAR-OLD WOMAN 

GROUP GETS OK TO SEARCH FOR WAR RELICS 

GROUP PLANS TO COMB SITE FOR RELICS FROM CIVIL WAR 

ARCHEOLOGISTS DISCOVER LOST INDIAN VILLAGE 

SIOUAN PROJECT DETAILS RESEARCH OF INDIAN SITES 

N.C. ARCHAEOLOGISTS HAVE BEST SUMMER JOBS 

RALEIGH HISTORY SOUGHT UNDERNEATH PARKING LOT 

STUDENTS, PROF DIG UP DETAILS OF SLAVES' LIVES ON PLANTATION 

SEARCHERS FIND REMAINS OF CONFEDERATE WARSHIP 

STORY NEEDS CORRECTION 

THEY ARE HIRED TO PRESERVE THE PAST, BUT FIND THE PRESENT BRINGS PROBLEM 

ARCHEOLOGISTS SEARCH FOR TREASURES BURIED UNDER NEW YORK CITY 

ARCHAEOLOGISTS BATTLE RAIDERS OF HISTORIC SITES ACROSS NORTH CAROLINA 

ARCHDALE, N.C. 

ARCHDALE CHILD DROWNS IN POOL 

^CHERY 

SEE ALSO HUNTING, BOW AND ARROW 
TAKING AIM ON SOME PRACTICE 



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H 2 7/15/1988 B 12 N 



2 7/13/1988 B 
2 10/22/1988 A 



1 P F G59 
4 E 



H 2 11/06/1988 E 1 P F S56 



H 2 2/28/1988 D 5 U A20 



H 2 5/06/1988 B 
S 2 5/11/1988 A 
H 2 7/30/1988 A 



S 2 2/08/1988 A 
S 2 2/15/1988 A 
H 2 3/28/1988 C 



6 C N P38 
4 L 
16 C N M02 



3 P P C45 
2 P N C45 
5 N 



H 


2 


1/07/1988 B 


1 


N B81 


H 


2 


1/25/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


2/11/1988 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


6/16/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/06/1988 B 


5 P N D80 


CHH 1 


7/13/1988 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


7/13/1988 C 


8 


N 


S 


2 


7/15/1988 A 


2 


N 


S 


2 


7/15/1988 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


7/16/1988 A 


6 


N 


CHH 1 


8/04/1988 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


8/08/1988 A 


10 


R 


S 


2 


8/08/1988 A 


5 


N 


H 


1 


8/09/1988 B 


1 1 


? N 


H 


2 


8/27/1988 C 


3 


N DSO 


H 


2 


9/24/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


10/28/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


11/25/1988 C 


7 P N 


H 


2 


12/08/1988 B 


1 P F P38 


H 


2 


12/28/1988 B 


7 


N 



H 2 7/15/1988 A 10 N 



CHH 1 11/29/1988 A 8 P P T44 



ARCHITECTS, N.C. 



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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



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SEE ALSO AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

m a sK^rf a™ 

H»*HB,WBBl. HAS VITALITY- 

ARCHITECTS, IKS. 

ffAR^MK%IBITION FEATURES WORK OF ARCHITECT 

ARCHITECTURAL AND HISTORICAL INVENTORY Cf THE CITY OF DURHAH (BOOK) 
SEE ARCHITECTURE, DURHAM 

ARCHITECTURAL BARRIERS 

^eSgTo'eKcCESS AT HILLSIDE 

H K BUUWMf TO CHARLOTTE 
TOUGH CLIMB FOR ELDERLY 

^ H SEE E K^ffilLLV^ANCE COMMITTEE ^ 
CHAPEL HILLTO CONSIDER NEU DEVELOPMENT GUIDES 

ARCHITECTURE, OJRHAM 

SEE ALSO ARCHITECTS, N.C. 

H ALSO S^C&NTflNVENTORY OF NATURAL AND CULTURE RESOURCES 

H ALSO hHiC^ESERWTION SOCIETY OF DURHAM 

H ALSO NAT ONAL REGISTER Of HISTORIC PLACES 

FAK SHOULDN-T DICTATE PUBLIC BUILDING DESIGN 

DUKE FACILITY HONORED 

OLD BANK GETS NEU LOOK 

SSgSl^ ^U&S 'VITALITY. 
T^BREAK PROPOSE FOR OWNfRS OF HISTORIC PROPERTY 

ARCHITECTURE, N.C. 

^NqiDE OUT TG 0RAW£raUNTY DESIGNER FINDS THE WRIGHT STUFF 
ARCHITECTS' GIG S^LIfCS SAY DURHAM HAS 'VITALITY' 
CARRBORO SET TO MULL RENOVATION GUIDELINES 

ARCTIC NATIONAL WILDLIFE .REFUGE 
SEE ALSO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY 
NATIONAL TREASURE ENDANGERED 
NO ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEM 

AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTERS 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL AIR OPERATION mrrnK"; 

IT'S A BIRD, IT'S A PLANE ... NO, IT'S UNC DOCTORS 
STATE FACING HEALTH CARE SHORTAGE 

ARENA FOOTBALL LEAGUE 

^OR^BENNETTfARQW PROVIDES THE LIMELIGHT 
BENNETT FINDS HIS GAME 

ARGUM raLICE LOG/SHOUTING MATCH ENDS WITHOUT INCIDENT 
* IA ^SE^FUTURE SOWN EAST 

^S? « VBBBB CIGARETTE' 



H 2 4/26/1988 B 4 P 
H 2 9/07/1988 C 5 N 



2 11/10/1988 D 
2 11/11/1988 C 



5 P P 
5 P N ISO 



S 2 4/12/1988 A 1 H N §92 

S 2 4/27/1988 A 1 N S92 

H 2 5/07/1983 D 4 N 

H 2 5/26/1988 A 4 L 



CHH 1 10/06/1988 A 1 N M70 



s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



3/19/1988 A 
3/19/1988 C 
3/27/1988 D 
5/22/1988 F 
9/07/1988 C 
12/07/1988 A 



E 
N 

F C19 
N 
N 
N S51 



H 2 1/24/1988 D 1 P F C19 
H 2 9/07/1988 C 5 N 
CHH 1 11/15/1988 A 3 N Vll 



H 2 2/06/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 2/18/1988 A 4 L 



CHH 1 10/20/1988 A 8 P N 
CHH 1 11/12/1988 A 3 N L90 



H 2 6/28/1988 B 2 PN C36 

S 2 6/29/1988 D 4 P N G44 

CHH 1 11/12/1988 A 5 N 

H 2 9/09/1988 D 2 P F W29 



H 2 2/13/1988 A 4 H 

H 2 4/07/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 10/04/1988 C 4 N 

S 2 11/16/1988 A 3 N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



ARIZONA STATE UNIV. SPORTS 

MARMIE, EX-UNC ASSISTANT, TOP CHOICE AT ARIZONA ST. 

ARIZONA STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
'PACK GAVE BOOT TO ARIZONA ST. 

ARIZONA STATE UNIV. SPORTS, TRACK 

WALKER ANSWERS ARIZONA STATE'S CALL FOR HELP 
WALKER TO THE RESCUE 
FANFARE/TOM JONES TO ASU 

ARMED FORCES, RESERVES 
SEE ALSO MILITARY 
SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL GUARD 
SEE ALSO U.S. ARMY RESERVES 
MANY GREENSBORO RESERVISTS SAY THEY JOINED TO AVOID THE DRAFT 

ARMED ROBBERY, CARRBORO 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, CARRBORO 
DELIVERY MAN ROBBED IN CARRBORO 
CARRBORO BANK ROBBED 

ARMED ROBBERY, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, CHAPEL HILL 
CHAPEL HILL MAN GETS 40-YEAR TERM 
ARRIVAL OF CAR THWARTS STORE ROBBERY 
POLICE LOG/GUNMAN HITS 2 STUDENTS AT UNC 
CORRECTION 
POLICE LOG/ATTENDANT ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 

ARMED ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BANK ROBBERY, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM 

MAN WITH KNIFE ROBS DOUD ST. WOMAN 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 6 FOR ROBBERY 

DEFENDANT DENIES ROBBING STORE 

MAN DRAWS 14 YEARS FOR ROBBERY 

MAN GETS 14 YEARS FOR ROBBERY 

2 ROB CLUB BLVD. RESTAURANT 

ARMED PAIR ROB BURGER KING 

BLIND MAN IS ROBBED 

COUPLE ROBBED IN SOUTH SQUARE MALL LOT 

RALEIGH MAN RECEIVES SIX YEARS FOR ROBBERY, ATTEMPTED ROBBERY 

RALEIGH MAN IS SENTENCED TO 20 YEARS FOR ROBBERIES 

MAN BEATEN, ROBBED AT APARTMENT 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

TWO BUSINESSES ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 

LYNN ROAD RESIDENT ROBBED 

MAN CHARGED WITH SIX ARMED ROBBERIES 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

EFLAND STORE 7TH CASE OF ARMED ROBBERY AGAINST HILLSBOROUGH MAN 

MAN WITH PISTOL KNOCKS, GETS $300 

TEEN TO BE TRIED AS ADULT IN PAWN SHOP ROBBERY 

MEN WITH GUN, RAZOR ROB CAR-WASH CLERK 

DURHAM MAN SENTENCED TO 14 YEARS IN PRISON FOR ATTEMPTED ROBBERY 

2 HELD FOR STEALING GUN ALLEGEDLY USED IN HEIST 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

JURY BEING CHOSEN IN MURDER TRIAL 

TWO WITNESSES SAY YOUTH TOLD OF SHOOTING MAN 

MINISTER, 81, BEATEN AND ROBBED 

PIZZA-DELIVERY ATTACKS INVESTIGATED 

CRIMESTOPPERS TIP LEADS TO ARREST IN ROBBERY OF CONVENIENCE STORE 

POLICE ARREST 1, SEEK 2 IN BEATING 

POLICE SEEK 2 MORE IN BEATINGS, THEFTS 

STUDENT ROBBED 

MASKED MAN ROBS STORE 

JURY OVERTURNS DEATH SENTENCE 

HOTEL GUESTS ROBBED 

2 SEPARATE ROBBERIES OCCUR ON QUEEN ST. 



H 2 1/05/1988 D 3 N 
H 2 1/01/1988 C 1 N M14 



H 2 1/29/1988 B 1 P N 
H 2 2/02/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 8/11/1988 D 3 N 



1 8/23/1988 A 3 N 



H 


2 


1/23/1988 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 


2/26/1988 A 


1 P N 080 


H 


2 


4/01/1988 B 


6 


N 080 


H 


3 


4/28/1988 B 


1 


N 080 


CHH 1 


9/14/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/15/1988 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


9/26/1988 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 


1/02/1988 C 


1 


N 


s 


2 


1/05/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


s 


2 


1/12/1988 B 


1 


N B53 


s 


2 


1/13/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/14/1988 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 


1/16/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/17/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/26/1988 B 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/02/1988 C 


6 


N S82 


H 


2 


2/04/1988 C 


8 


N S82 


H 


2 


2/10/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


2/15/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/15/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


2/17/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/22/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/23/1988 B 


16 


N 


S 


2 


3/02/1988 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


3/03/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 


3/03/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/11/1988 C 


3 


N S82 


S 


2 


3/11/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


3/21/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/28/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


4/04/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


4/06/1988 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


4/08/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


4/11/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


4/12/1988 A 


1 P N B53 


S 


2 


4/30/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 C 


16 


N 


H 


1 


5/05/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


5/06/1988 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


5/09/1988 C 


2 


N 






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ANNUAL INDEX B 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



14-YEAR TERM GIVEN FOR ^K£D g)BB|R Y 

COWARD SENTENCED IN ARMED ROBBERIES BnM _ w 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS CONVICTION FOR ROBBERY 

M/& PLEAD^ILTYTO ARMED ROBBERIES, GETS 25 YEARS 

MAN ffiTS TWEE-YEAR TERM FOR CONVENIENCE STORE ROBBERY 

DURHAM (SIMESTOPPERS _„„-. 

PULLEY INDICTED IN ELDERLY BEATINGS 

GUNMAN ROBS LAUNDRY 

RESTAURANT ROBBED IN UELLONS VILLAGE 

MAN ROBBED AT KNIFEF13INT 

KS 1 ™/^ CAR TAKEN, OWNER SHOT IN ROBBERY 

WB tTbE^T&Y FOR ROBBERY AND SHOOTING 
MAN GETS 18 YEARS FOR ROBBERY 
m FACES SENTENCING IN SHOOTING 
TWO ARMED MEN HOLD UP HARr£E»S 
MAN GIVEN 35-YEAR TERM IN SHOOTING 

CW05ITf dIaSinK^I OF MAN WHO ROBBED HtfDEE'S 

GUNMAN ROBS SERVICE STATION 

T^K BS G™6 S S IN PRISON FOR BEATING MINISTER 

UESTGATE STORE ROBBED BY MAN WITH HANDGUN 

GUNMEN ROB PIZZA STORE ^ESCAPE 

MAN DRAWS 14 YEARS FOR ROBBERY PLEA 

6 ROBBERIES NET60 YEARS FOR ANNADALE 

MAN GET 14 YEARS FOR ARMED ROBBERY^ nn 

AKMED MEN ROBDOHINO'S PIZZA ON ROXBORO RD. 

PIZZA DELIVERYMAN ROBBED 

ARMED MAN ROBS SERVICE STATION 

2CHARGED WITH ROBBING MAN OF CLOTHES 

BATT?SENTO TOSEVEN YEARS FOR ARMED ROBBERY 
F&WS S AND FIVE INJURED 
KsJ 1 ™™^ IN GLENDALE AVE. SHOOTINGS 
^H^&^^W* OF MRS. GILLIE 

Si?SKKK T s 

MEN SENTENCED IN ROBBERIES 
TKN CHARGED IN ROBBERY-SHOOTING 
i^CTARGEDWTH ROBBING BELIVERYMEN 
4SBTOCED FOR ATTACK ON DURHAM MINISTER, 81 

klS^^^FTiM 1 ^^ 

RNRREn MB I^&UNRAVELS ONE PHILADELPHIA. 
S&ffiBrNG^ffi"^ 
B^rKuSiS^AtTSiCE IN ROBBERY ARREST 

SsSkSETS 25-YEAR TERM IN FEBRUARY STORE ROBBERY 
GUNMAN ROBS DURHAM STORE AND GETS AWAY 

SWiI^eSWUd robbery 

SUNDAY SLAYING SUPSECT ARRESTED 

defendant stops trial to enter guilty plea 
2 brothers charged in break-in 

UOMAN ROBS S. GUTHRIE AVE. STORE 



N 
P 

H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 



E 
D 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 

9 



s 

E 

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14 
1 
1 

16 
7 
6 



H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 



5/18/1988 C 
5/31/1988 A 
6/01/1988 B 
6/01/1988 A 
6/02/1988 B 
6/06/1988 B 
6/08/1988 A 
6/10/1988 C 
6/12/1988 C 
6/13/1988 A 
6/14/1988 A 
6/15/1988 B 
6/15/1988 B 
6/16/1988 B 
6/16/1988 C 
6/16/1988 A 
6/17/1988 C 
6/17/1988 B 
6/19/1988 B 
6/21/1988 B 
6/25/1988 B 
6/27/1988 A 
6/30/1988 B 
7/02/1988 C 
7/05/1988 B 
7/05/1988 B 
7/06/1988 B 
7/06/1988 B 
7/06/1988 B 
7/07/1988 C 
7/09/1988 C 
7/12/1988 B 
7/14/1988 B 
7/14/1988 A 
7/15/1988 A 
7/17/1988 B 
7/13/1988 A 
7/18/1988 A 
7/19/1988 B 
7/19/1988 A 
7/23/1988 C 
7/26/1988 B 
7/26/1988 A 
7/30/1988 B 
8/06/1988 C 
8/09/1988 A 
8/09/1988 B 
8/12/1988 C 
8/15/1988 B 
8/22/1988 A 
8/25/1988 A 
9/06/1988 A 
9/07/1988 C 
9/08/1988 B 
9/08/1988 A 
9/08/1988 C 
9/09/1988 B 
9/09/1988 A 
9/10/1988 D 
9/18/1988 B 
9/21/1988 A 
9/22/1988 B 
2 9/25/1988 A 
2 9/26/1988 B 
2 10/06/1988 B 
2 10/08/1988 B 
2 10/09/1938 B 
2 10/14/1983 C 
2 10/21/1988 C 
2 10/29/1988 B 



PAGE 94 
1/24/89 

I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

N 

N B53 
N R53 
N 
N 
N 



1 P N B53 



N 
N 
N 

N 

N S82 
N 

N S82 
N 

N B53 
N 
N 
N 



12 F N 



1 

12 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
7 
7 
1 
1 
1 
3 
14 
7 
1 

11 

10 

5 

1 

6 

10 
9 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
5 
7 



N 

N 

N S82 

N 

N B53 

N B53 

N S82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M51 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N S82 

N B53 

N 

N 

N S32 

N S82 

N 

N 

N 

1 P N 
1 N B53 
1 N 
4 N 
1 P N B53 



7 
4 
3 
5 
1 
2 
1 

16 
4 

n 

£ 

1 
3 
4 
1 
3 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M51 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



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P D — DATE- 



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S I T 

E L Y 

C -PG L P BYL 



POLICE PROBE STORE HOLDUPS 

POLICE HOLD 3 MEN FOR ARMED ROBBERY 

3 MEN ARRESTED AFTER STICK UP OF 4 IN CAR 

PROTECTIVE AGENCY EMPLOYEE ROBBED 

MAN STRUGGLES WITH ROBBER, PISTOL FIRES INSIDE GROCERY 

DURHAM MAN ROBBED ON PARKING DECK 

SHOT FIRED AS STORE EMPLOYEE CHASES ROBBER 

MAN WITH GUN ROBS WENDY'S RESTAURANT 

GUNMAN ROBS BISCUITVILLE RESTAURANT 

DURHAM UOMAN SHOT IN LEG, ROBBED 

POLICE SEEK SUSPECT IN 2 ARMED ROBBERIES 

POLICE ARREST, CHARGE MAN IN 2 ARMED ROBBERIES 

PIZZA CARRIER ATTACKED UITH STICK, ROBBED 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

PIC 'N PAY SHOE STORE ROBBED 

CRIMESTOPPERS TIP SPURS ARREST 

COUPLE, GRANDCHILD TERRORIZED, ROBBED BY 2 GUNMEN 

ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 

FORMER COUNCILMAN CUT FIGHTING BURGLAR 

DETECTIVES THINK SAME PAIR COMMITTED HOLDUPS 

TWO YOUTHS HOLD UP PIC'N PAY STORE 

POLICE SEEK YOUTHS WHO ROBBED SHOE STORE 

MAN FOUND MENTALLY UNABLE TO FACE TRIAL 

POLICE SEEK 3 ROBBERS ; LOOKING FOR HOLDUP LINKS 

LOUNGE ROBBERY MAY BE LINKED TO OTHER HOLDUPS 

DRIVER'S CAR TAKEN AT GUNPOINT 

CROWDED RESTAURANT ROBBED BY GUNMEN 

POLICE PROBE ROBBERIES, CHARGE MAN IN CAR THEFT 

TIP LEADS TO ROBBERY ARREST 

ARMED ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BANK ROBBERY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, N.C. 

SOLDIER IS FACING 38 FELONY CHARGES 

HIGH POINT SERVICE STATION ROBBED 

ARMED MAN ROBS HENDERSON STORE 

MAN SUSPECTED IN GRAHAM BEATING ARRESTED AFTER STANDOFF IN ALABAMA 

SANFORD MAN GETS LIFE PRISON TERM IN HOLDUP SLAYING 

RALEIGH MAN IS SENTENCED TO 20 YEARS FOR ROBBERIES 

MAN IS CHARGED WITH ROBBERIES 

RIFLE-TOTING MAN ROBS STORE CLERK FOR THIRD TIME 

CLERK SCUFFLES WITH HOLDUP MAN 

HEARING IS HELD FOR TWO CHARGED IN COUPLE'S DEATH 

ROBBER DEMANDS EXACTLY $525 FROM STORE IN HENDERSON 

CLAYTON OFFICER'S CONDITION FAIR 

♦250,000 IN JEWELRY TAKEN IN HOLDUP 

TEST DRIVE ENDS WITH SALESMAN LOCKED IN TRUNK 

JEWELRY STORE OWNER FIGHTS OFF ARMED ROBBER 

WOMAN DIDN'T KNOW SHE WAS GETAWAY DRIVER 

ROBBER SENTENCED 

THREE KINSTON STORES ROBBED WITHIN FIVE HOURS 

KANNAPOLIS MAN ROBBED, STABBED 

HENDERSON CONVENIENCE STORE ROBBED 

HOLDUP SUSPECT HELD 

TWO MEN CHARGED FOLLOWING ROBBERY 

HENDERSON WOMAN HELD CAPTIVE IN HER HOUSE TWO HOURS 

GUNMAN KILLS MAN IN RALEIGH 

ROBBERY SUSPECT ARRESTED 

MAN WAITING FOR BUS TO NEW YORK ARRESTED ON ARMED ROBBERY CHARGE 

GOOD SAMARITAN LESS THAN REWARDED 

2 ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECTS ARRESTED QUICKLY IN ROXBORO 

WOMEN KIDNAP, LOCK MAN IN CAR TRUNK 

AR MED MA N ROBS HENDERSON STORE 

FAYETTEVILLE STORE CLERK IS KILLED 

WOMAN SHOT AT BANK- 
THREE MEN ROB MOTEL IN VANCE COUNTY 

ARMED MAN THREATENS MOTHER, BABY IN HENDERSON HOLDUP 

ROBBER TAKES GUN INSTEAD OF CASH 

ROBBER FLEES WITH MOCY BUT HIS VICTIM OPENS FIRE 

ROXBORO POLICE INVESTIGATING ROBBERY 



11/03/1988 C 
11/07/1988 C 
11/09/1988 C 
11/13/1988 B 
11/15/1988 A 
11/19/1988 C 
11/20/1988 B 
11/20/1988 B 
11/21/1988 B 
11/22/1988 C 
11/23/1988 C 
11/23/1988 A 
11/27/1988 B 
12/05/1988 B 
12/06/1988 C 
12/16/1988 A 
12/19/1988 B 
12/19/1988 C 
12/19/1988 C 
12/21/1988 C 
12/21/1988 C 
12/21/1988 C 
12/23/1988 C 
12/23/1988 A 
12/24/1988 C 
12/27/1988 C 
12/29/1988 C 
12/29/1988 A 
12/50/1988 A 



N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M51 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N M06 

N M51 

N 

N B53 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N B53 



H 


2 


1/07/1988 D 


4 


N 


S 


2 


1/18/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/27/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/28/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/30/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


2/04/1988 C 


8 


N S82 


H 


1 


2/12/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/18/1988 C 


20 


N 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/05/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


1 


3/25/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/30/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 


4/13/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


4/23/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/27/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 


6/03/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


1 


6/30/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/02/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


1 


7/21/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/24/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 


8/23/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


9/07/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/22/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


9/25/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 10/07/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 


10/08/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


10/10/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 10/19/1988 A 


6 


N 


H 


1 


10/20/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


10/29/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 


11/12/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


11/24/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


11/26/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


12/06/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


12/08/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 


12/14/1988 C 


4 


N 






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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX I 
- 12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



PAGE 96 
1/24/89 



— BATE- 



-PG 



H 
STORE ROBBED H 

^S^^E^mm ifS AND KITING AT COGENCE STORE H 
GSAWILLE HAN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 



2 12/17/1988 C 
2 12/21/1988 D 

1 12/21/1988 C 

2 12/26/1988 C 
1 12/28/1983 C 
1 12/30/1988 C 



ARMED ROBBERY, ORANGE COUNTY 

^I^I^^krTrl^S FOR ROBBERY OF STORE IN EFLANB 
MITG^TT^CASI'OF 5 ^ ROBBERY AGAINST HILLSBOROUGH HAN 
STO RTOPLEA RESULTS IN 15-YEAR TERM 

K* RESIDENTS KeD WITH ORANGE COUNTY ROBBERY 
STICK-UP MAN STILL AT LARGE 

ARMED ROBBERY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO BANK ROBBERY, U.S. 

^rfcff&^KILLIK i OF TEEN 
TEENS SENTENCED FOR ATTEMPTED ROBBERY IN S.C. 

^^Wf^™* DYINGS IN FLORID. 

for^eswpee faces murder chars ^ 

FQTOL 0«raS AGAINST INNATE DISCOVERED 

£S1 KVSTUT^'SHOT, ROBBED IN S. CAROLINA 

■ffivflbur 

Kt^K^Ts/Fn^c^^ 
nijrhah group begins quake relief 

MNTO SOLVES HILLSBttttJGH'S *500 PROBLEM 

tradegy touches from afar 

SKM ™ I KVC EARTHQUAKE 
H^Y SEASONSADIQO BY TRAGEDY 
FUND DRIVE FOR ARMENIA OVER GOAL 
$1?551 RAISED FOR QUAKE VICTIMS 
DONATION 

ARMS CONTROL nM - 
SEE NUCLEAR WEAPONS 

ARMY 

SEE WEST POINT (U.S. ARMY ACADEMY) 

•Vgffiffi BECRUIT1NB 

^ STUdI SrrFOTITS OF OREGON INLET JETTIES 

S&pKSI. trading trail 

AFTER YEARSCF TURMOIL, RANDLEKAN DAM MAY FINALLY BE BUILT 
3FOERALAGGCIES SAY MARINA MAY HLKT SHELLFISH 
FU*^AVELIGHT SHOULDN'T BE RISKY 

T^M^ICIAL^UELCOME PROBE OF REPORTED VIOLATIONS 



CHH 1 



CHH 

H 

CHH 



1/06/1988 B 
2/05/1988 C 
2/23/1988 B 
3/28/1988 C 
4/29/1988 C 
7/06/1988 B 
10/19/1988 A 
10/20/1988 A 
10/20/1988 C 
12/30/1988 A 



2 
3 
1 
3 
1 
2 



10 
2 

16 
1 
5 
1 
3 
3 
3 
1 



H 2 1/06/1988 B 5 

H 2 1/21/1988 A 17 

H 2 5/22/1988 B 6 

H 1 7/16/1988 C 1 

H 2 7/21/1988 C 5 

H 2 7/23/1988 A 1 

H 2 7/29/1988 B 



CHH 1 9/07/1988 A 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

N 
N 

N 

N 
N 
N 



N W27 

N 

N 

N 080 

n ceo 

N S82 
N R63 
N 
N 
N H90 



N 
N 
N 
N 

N 

N H51 

N 

N 



H 2 
S 2 

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

CHH 
S 
H 
S 



10/12/1988 

12/10/1988 

12/14/1988 

12/14/1988 

12/15/1988 

12/15/1988 

12/15/1988 

12/16/1988 

12/16/1988 

12/17/1988 

12/22/1988 

12/22/1988 

12/22/1988 

12/23/1988 

12/26/1988 

12/28/1988 

12/28/1988 



T R56 
E 

N S17 
N R63 
N R63 
E 

N S?2 
N R63 
E 
E 
N 

N R63 
N S92 
E 
N 
N 



6 P P S76 



H 
S 

S 
H 
S 
S 

H 

s 



2/17/1988 B 
3/30/1988 A 
4/02/1988 A 
4/03/1988 B 
4/07/1988 C 
5/02/1988 A 
5/09/1988 A 
5/11/1988 A 



10 
1 
1 

12 
8 
4 
4 
1 



N 

N W82 
N W82 
N 
N 

E 
L 

i N H06 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 






RADIATION FROM OLD DEVICE AT SCHOOL SPARKS RUMORS OF NUCLEAR ACCIDENT 

OFFICIAL OPPOSES PLAN TO BUILD DIKES 

PROBE SOUGHT ON TREYBURN BRIDGE 

LITTLE RIVER WORK UNDER WAY TODAY 

NUISANCE TACTICS BEING USED TO 'STOP TREYBURN' 

TREYBURN COMPLYING WITH ORDER ON WORK AT BRIDGE, SANFORD SAYS 

CROWDED FUN SPOTS AT JORDAN LAKE CAUSING PROBLEMS 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS SAYS GASTON PIPELINE WOULDN'T HURT BASS 

HELLO... CORPS OF ENGINEERS, DIVISION OF RESERVATIONS... (CARTOON) 

COOPERATION MIGHT HAVE HELPED 

CHARGE ON JORDAN WATER IS ROUTINE — CORPS OFFICIAL 

TWO DOCUMENTS ACCOMPANY CLARK'S LETTER 

TENANT CLAIMS TREYBURN EVICTION 'RETALIATION' 

GROUP ASKS HELMS TO PROBE TREYBURN CLAIMS 

MEN PLAN TO APPEAL TREYBURN EVICTION 

DROUGHT THREAT TO COMMUNITIES BELOW JORDAN 

CONFLICTS DELAY SOME WORK AT TREYBURN 

MINING PERMIT SOUGHT 

PIPELINE TO LAKE GASTON IS STILL TIED UP IN COURT 

FISHERIES AGENCY STRONGLY OBJECTS TO PIPELINE PLAN 

COURT ACTION MAY CHANGE REGULATION OF WETLANDS 

OUTER BANKS' OREGON INLET CLOSING DOOR TO ATLANTIC 

DESPITE CORPS' RULINGS, PIPELINE FOE UNDISMAYED 

SEVERAL GROUPS CRITICIZE RANDLEMAN LAKE PROJECT 

ARMY RESERVE OFFICER'S TRAINING CORPS 
SEE U.S. ARMY 
SEE U.S. ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS 

ARROWHEAD INN 

VISITORS' CENTER NEEDED 
TAKIN6 CARE OF THE INN CROWD 

ARROWOOD TECHNOLOGIES 

PERSON, ROXBORO AWAIT WORD ON PLANT 

SUITS FILED IN ROXBORO CONCERNING ARROWOOD 

PERSON OFFICIALS HOPE ARROWOOD CAN REOPEN 

STATEMENT SAYS PERSON COUNTY'S NOT OBLIGATED TO REPAY ARROWOOD BONDS 

HEARING IS SCHEDULED ON ARROWOOD 

ARROWOOD COURT HEARING RESCHEDULED 

ARSENIC 

CAPE FEAR OYSTERS HIGH IN ARSENIC 

HIGH ARSENIC LEVELS FOUND IN CAFE FEAR RIVER OYSTERS 

MYSTERIOUS DEATH RULED POISONING 

POLICE MAY EXHUME POISON VICTIM'S BODY 

POLICE INVESTIGATING ARSENIC POISONING OF HIGH POINT WOMAN 

DEATH OF DUKE PATIENT BEING TREATED AS POISONING 

ARSENIC'S EFFECT ON ANIMAL CANCER STUDIED BY SCIENTISTS 

MAN CHARGED WITH POISONING WIFE WITH ARSENIC 

$50,000 BOND ASKED IN ARSENIC DEATH 

POLICE SAY ARSENIC MURDER CASE FULL OF CONTRADICTIONS 

ARSON, CARRBORO 

POLICE LOG/YOUTH NOT CHARGED WITH APARTMENT FIRES 

ARSON, CHAPEL HILL 

POLICE LOG/NEWSPAPER BOX SET ON FIRE 
POLICE LOG/POLICE SAY DUMPSTER FIRE WAS SET 

ARSON, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO FIRE INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO FIREBOMBS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO FIRES, DURHAM 

FIGHT MAY HAVE LED TO FIRE AT TAVERN 

SUICIDE POSSIBLE IN FATAL DEC. 24 FIRE 

DEPUTIES INVESTIGATE CAR FIRE 

CHINA INN FIRE DEEMED ARSON 

CHINA INN OWNERS PLAN TO REBUILD 

♦10,000 REWARD OFFERED FOR ARSONIST 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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



CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



5/12/1988 
5/12/1988 
5/12/1988 
5/13/1988 
5/17/1988 
5/20/1988 
6/07/1988 
6/08/1988 B 
6/08/1988 A 
6/08/1988 A 
6/10/1988 A 
6/11/1988 A 
6/22/1988 B 
6/23/1988 C 
6/30/1988 C 
7/23/1988 C 
8/02/1988 B 
8/04/1988 D 
8/12/1988 
8/19/1988 
10/20/1988 
10/29/1988 
12/24/1988 



12/29/1988 B 



N 

N 

N 

N M06 

E 

NM97 

N S63 

N 

T C50 

E 

N Vll 

L 

N A54 

N M06 

N B53 

N 

N S51 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N H60 

N 



H 


2 


2/02/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


7/27/1988 A 


6 P F Zll 


H 


1 


1/22/1988 C 


1 P N T33 


H 


1 


1/23/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/26/1988 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 


1/27/1988 C 


2 


N T33 


H 


1 


2/16/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


2/24/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


4/07/1988 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


4/08/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/20/1988 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 


7/22/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/23/1988 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


8/31/1988 C 


11 


N 


H 


2 


9/07/1988 B 


2 


N K65 


S 


2 


9/20/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 


9/24/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


9/25/1988 A 


16 


N 


CHH 1 


9/07/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/05/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


11/01/1988 A 


3 


N 



S 


2 


1/05/1988 B 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/07/1988 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


3/04/1988 A 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/12/1988 A 


1 N A54 


S 


2 


3/18/1988 C 


1 N B85 


H 


2 


3/23/1988 B 


1 P N A54 



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M0NT HL Y / 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



PAGE 98 
1/24/89 



'WHY?' 



D — DATE- 



S 
E 

C -TO 



ARSON SUSPECTED IN HOUSE FIRE 

DURHAM MAN ACCUSED OF SETTING TWO FIRES 
DURHAM CRIHESTOPPERS 

gBSBnwnv An retorts 

KHHWffidBp'bBRf ■" THEFTS ™ M 0FF1CERS 

SSTg^N^S^Vjn^S SOUGHT 

LOWER BOND SET IN ARSON, T*H C ^S^ 49 c; (ws BOND 
CRAIG FRANKLIN'S BROTHER RELEASED ON *25,0O0 WW 

S CWRi G FOLLol U FIRE N IN EAST DURHAM „ 

&SlO FACE ARSON, EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGES 

nuKsn^p&eup ™« ™ ™ rezdhwg 

DON'T BLAME VICTIM IN CHEMICAL FIRM FIRE 
MAN CH&GO WITHFIRE GOES TOPRISON 

FIRE RUINS DOLLHOUSE 
KlKET^T^LKlLfT^ATER COMPLEX 

UBUlAi 

M$ §»^U FOR ARSON ^ 

KiKiKiTS's 1 nW^lley, P*™ 

SlSTS TORCH 5 NEU WJRHAM COUNTY HOMES 
POLICE CHARGE A IN DURHAM HOUSE FIRES 

BUHUI SBaHSmj^Hv 

WRE CHARGES FILED IN DURHAM FIRE CASES 

^CHARGED UITHBURNING ^SIDENT'S CAR 

SMOLDERING QUESTIONS; FIRES, ARRESTS LEAVE DURHAM HSUJW 

MORRIS ARRESTED IN ARSON 

yBLeADS GUILTY TO FIRES, OTHER CHARGES 

KK ^S/SIrSSr PLEATS GUILTY TO 24 CHARGES... 

2 MEN CHARIO IN ANOTHER HOUSE FIRE 

JMSiP DiARACTER^TNESSES DELAY SENTENCING OF FOUR MEN IN ARSON... 

BHKbnBr 1 ™ H w FIRE CTIEF 



H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 



3/29/1988 C 
4/18/1988 C 
4/19/1988 B 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

9 

i. 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 



4/19/1988 
4/20/1988 
4/21/1988 
4/26/1988 
5/07/1988 
5/16/1988 
5/16/1988 - 
5/27/1988 B 
6/23/1988 A 
7/10/1983 A 
7/18/1988 C 
7/19/1988 B 
7/19/1988 A 
7/19/1988 A 
7/20/1988 B 
7/21/1988 B 
7/22/1988 C 
7/25/1988 A 
8/02/1988 A 
8/02/1988 A 
8/02/1988 B 
8/03/1988 A 
8/03/1988 A 
8/03/1988 A 
8/06/1988 A 
8/10/1988 B 
8/18/1988 B 
8/23/1988 B 
8/24/1988 B 
8/26/1988 B 
8/28/1988 B 
8/31/1988 C 
9/06/1988 
9/18/1988 
9/28/1988 
10/04/1983 
10/05/1988 
10/05/1988 
10/07/1988 
10/07/1988 
10/08/1983 .. 
10/08/1988 B 
10/09/1988 A 
10/11/1983 A 
10/12/1988 B 
10/13/1988 B 
10/14/1988 C 
10/18/1988 C 
10/27/1988 A 
10/29/1988 C 
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11/03/1988 C 
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11/16/1988 
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SEE ALSO FIRE INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO FIRES, N.C. 

TEEN CHARGED IN SECOND SCHOOL FIRE 

ARSON PROBLEM BURNING ISSUE IN FOUR-COUNTY AREA OF STATE 

NORLINA YOUTH AND FOUR OTHER TEENS ESCAPE FROM JOHNSTON COUNTY JAIL 

THREE CHOWAN STUDENTS CHARGED IN FIRE 

TEEN PLEADS GUILTY TO SCHOOL FIRE 

NORLINA YOUTH SENTENCED IN SCHOOL ARSON CASE 

FIRES SET AT UNOCCUPIED DWELLINGS IN KINSTON 

MAN SENTENCED IN ARSON CASE 

BREAK-INS, ARSON BEING INVESTIGATED 

HENDERSON MAN FACES ARSON CHARGE 

PROSECUTOR TELLS JUDGE WAREHOUSE FIRE DELIBERATE 

CAUSE OF NIGHTCLUB FIRE INVESTIGATED 

FRANKLIN COUNTY FIRE IS DECLARED AN ARSON CASE 

SECOND MILL FIRE IN 5 DAYS BREAKS 

TWO PERSONS FOUND SLAIN IN FAYETTEVILLE 

WARRANTS ISSUED IN SLAYING OF TRANSVESTITE 

POLICE SAY MAN BURNED DIRTY HOUSE 

CLEANUP MAY BE COSTLY 

15-YEAR-OLD FACING FOUR ARSON CHARGES 

FORSYTH WOMAN FOUND INJURED AT HER HOME 

FBI SUPSECTS ARSON IN COURTHOUSE FIRE 

TEENS CHARGED WITH CHURCH FIRE 

ARSON SUSPECTED IN U.S. COURTHOUSE BLAZE 

SLASHED THROAT KILLED WOMAN FOUND IN FIRE 

STABBING VICTIM'S N.J. HOME TO BE SEARCHED 

FRANKLIN FIRE BELIEVED SET 

IMMUNITY QUESTIONED IN ACQUITTAL 

VANDALS SET FIRE TO MADISON COUNTY COURTHOUSE 

CHARGES FILED IN BEATING, HOUSE BURNING CASE 

ARSON SUSPECTED IN BURNING OF HISTORIC FRANKLIN HOME 

JACKSONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FIRE IS CALLED ARSON 

STATE POSTS REWARD IN HIGH POINT ARSON CASE 

PARKWAY FIRES 'HAD TO BE SET » 

GUILTY PLEA REFUSED 

ARSON, ATTEMPTED MURDER CHARGES FILED 

SBI EXPANDING PROBE INTO FIRE AT SCHOOL OFFICE 

HOMELESS MAN CHARGED WITH ARSON 

ARSON, ORANGE COUNTY 

ARSON IS SUSPECTED IN HILLSBOROUGH FIRE 

SBI ENDS INVESTIGATION OF HILLSBOROUGH BLAZE 

SBI! HILLSBOROUGH FIRE SET 

SBi: FATAL HILLSBOROUGH FIRE WAS SET 

ARSON CAUSE OF LOUNGE FIRE 

OWNER OFFERS REWARD TO CATCH ARSONIST 

ART 

SEE ALSO AFRICAN ART 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, ART 

SEE ALSO COLLAGE 

SEE ALSO COMPUTER ART 

SEE ALSO EGYPTIAN ART 

SEE ALSO FRESCO 

SEE ALSO FUNK ART 

SEE ALSO JAPAN, ART 

SEE ALSO PAINTINGS 

SEE ALSO PERFORMANCE ART 

SEE ALSO VISIONARY ART 

SEE ALSO WEARABLE ART 
LAWYER! INVESTORS MAY PROFIT FROM ART 
TEXANS WILL SHOWCASE SECOND WOMAN KEYNOTER 
CONFESSION OF A LOW-BROW! I DIDN'T RECOGNIZE THIS ART 

ART & CRAFT MATERIALS INSTITUTE 

ART, CRAFT MATERIALS INSTITUTE HONORS DUKE'S 60LDWATER 

ART AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO AUCTIONS 



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ART RECEPTION RAISES $16,821 FOR DUKE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 
AUCTION DATE CHOSEN WISELY 
BIZARRE BAZAAR 

IK £ 1 K» TO MUSEUM 
AUCTION WAS A SUCCESS 

ART EDUCATION 

raBurro fecem award for fromoting art education 

ART EXHIBITIONS, DUKE UNIM. 

"WlRMKIftw s» . « 

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SS&SfLSi Woke art museum show Russian roots 

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criirr ^Tl TftFN^S ART 'MUSEUM OBJECTS » AT NCCU 

wmK^tty raBOn he>s getting support now 

YOUNG PEOPLE COOK UP FEAST FOR THE EYES 

BIG PICTURES BY LEEBRICK 

BIGGER IS BETTER 

siffiE M^-BW IN THIS ACTION-PACKED ART... 

BRAVOEWIBIT OFFERS MORE ™\^ISM 

UV G» T S A ^ BY 1 SK), ON DISPLAY AT DUKE... 

ART IS FOUND IN MANY FORMS 

^IecrIt'heartsTflowers,' a sm OF 20 RADIOGRAPH images... 

HALL SUTURES OFFER SURPRISES AT DUKE 
DUKE SHOW ALL FABLES, FANTASIES 

SlLeSf^TURE FU^mDITION, SENSUOUS ALLURE 
SffiuRSOHETY TO EXHIBIT JURIED SHOW 

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3/29/1988 A 
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4/03/1988 B 
4/06/1988 C 
4/06/1988 C 
4/14/1983 D 
4/15/1988 D 
4/16/1988 C 
4/21/1988 D 
4/22/1988 D 
4/29/1988 D 
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5/20/1988 
5/26/1988 
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JOHN BOX LIKES TO JUXTAPOSE IMAGES... 

DURHAM ART GUILD OPENS SOLO DOUBLE BILL SUNDAY 

TRIANGLE ARTISTS' WORK TO BE SHOWN IN DUKE EXHIBITION 

CHORNEAU— 'BUTTERFLY' IMAGES AHARONI— FIBER THE MESSAGE 

GUILD OPENS FIRST ART SHOW IN NEW GALLERIES 

NEW EXHIBITS, NEW SPACE 

A LITTLE BIT OF THIS, A LITTLE BIT OF THAT 

'PATRONAGE' STRIKES THE RIGHT NOTE FOR ART 

GARDINER-BALBO SHOW OPENING AT SOMERHILL 

EHRMAN-MANDEL COMPOSITES OPEN SUNDAY AT 7TH STREET 

STUDENTS' PHOTOS SELECTED FOR NATIONAL TOUR 

♦SWEET SILENT THOUGHT,' AN EXHIBITION OF PHOTOGRAPHS BY SALLY MANN 

LONDON SHOW WELCOME, BUT TOO LIMITED, TRIBUTE 

COMPUTER ART ON DISPLAY TODAY 

INDIAN, TIBETAN ART SHOW OPENS TODAY 

MUSUEM DISPLAYS COMPUTER ART 

OF PATTERNS, PAPER AND POTTERY, PAINT 

ANN ERINGHAUS CAUGHT THIS PHOTO OF A 21-POUND CATCH, A FLOUNDER,.,. 

DURHAM BENEFITS FROM NEW WAVE AT DUKE 

DINOSAUR IMAGES UNEARTHED 

CAROUSEL ANIMALS, KIMONOS WERE TOP EXHIBITIONS OF 1988 

ART EXHIBITIONS, INTERNATIONAL 

OFF THE BEATEN TRACK; DONATO GRILLO RETURNS TO ITALY AN EXHIBITOR 

ALL THE WORLD'S AN EASEL 

FASHIONS SHOW THAT SURREAL IDEAS PERSIST 

ENGLISH GALLERY GETS FRENCH ART BY WAY OF USSR 

DIRTY OLD MAN OR CELEBRANT OF LIFE? PICASSO EXHIBIT IN LONDON... 

ART EXHIBITIONS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ARTISTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO KERR LAKE SPRING ART SHOW 
SEE ALSO WAKE COUNTY ARTISTS* EXHIBITION 

'87 A BANNER YEAR FOR TRIANGLE EXHIBITS 

ARTIST PABLO PICASSO 

A LOOK BACK, A LOOK AHEAD 

JACQUES-HENRI LARTIGUE'S 'BIBI* 

'RAPTURE' HAS UNITY, 'CELEBRATION' TOO MUCH 

'JAZZ' BY BEARDEN FOCUS OF ART SHOW 



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THE HOUSE THAT RICHARD BUILT! RJR'S 'BUNGALOW' AN UNUSUAL HOME FOR... ART H 

MS. GROSVENOR SPEAKS ABOUT GULLAH ROOTS S 

N.C. STATE 'ICONS' GOOD SURVEY OF 'IN' ART H 

ENO TRAIL PHOTOS GO ON VIEW IN RALEIGH SUNDAY H 

SEEING THE BIG PICTURE H 

SEEING THE BIG PICTURE H 

SAYONARA, JAPAN; HELLO, N.C. S 

'RAMESSES' SHOW A GRAND GESTURE, BUT AT WHAT COST? H 

N.C. MUSEUM OF ART SHOWING WORKS OF MINNIE EVANS H 

'RIFFS'! COLORS OF MUSIC H 

JAPANESE OFFICIAL TO ATTEND OPENING H 

ROBES OF ELEGANCE; N.C. ART MUSEUM EXHIBIT SHOWS ORIENTAL CLOTHES... H 

ROBES OF ELEGANCE! KIMONOS OFFER A GLIMPSE INTO THE MIND OF JAPAN H 

MOVIES, MUSIC, TALKS, TOURS AIMED FOR RECORD CROWDS H 

KIMONOS; N.C. ART MUSEUM PUTS ON NEW CLOTHES! JAPANESE ROBES S 

'ROBES' A BREATHTAKING VOYEUR EXPERIENCE H 

GALLERIES FEATURE PULLED TRADITION, SENSUOUS ALLURE H 

A LOOK S 

PICK WHAT YOU LIKE AT WAKE ARTISTS' SHOW H 

•WALKING ANGEL' INSPIRES SYMPOSIUM ON VISIONARY ART S 

'GNARL,' BY GREGORY AMENOFF, IS PART OF THE EXHIBITION... S 

•THINKING REED' AN OTHERWORLD FROM TOWN EAST H 

ARTIST'S WORKS ON EXHIBIT IN OXFORD H 

'BLESSING' OPENS S 

BLESSINGS FROM THE SOURCE S 

MESSAGES IN THE WOODS; VISIONARY ARTISTS CREATE WORLDS IN OTHER LANDS S 

•SYMBOLS' SALVATION FOR VISIONARY ANNIE HOOPER H 

CERAMIC WORKS ON VIEW AT MUSEUM S 

PRINTS CORPORATION BLAND; CLAY FANTASY FUNNY H 

SHOWCASE ROSTER REACHES 55 H 

•DO-IT-YOURSELF' ART SHOW FOR KIDS COMING NEXT WEEK H 



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SSK5>- RATHER PUT IT ON THE WALL 

K? ^WraE IN&S OF SUVE-BCRN ARTIST 
ARTSPACE SHOWS WORK OF BYNUM VISIONARY 
^FIGURATION^i wk' FROH BAY ON WAY 

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10/19/1988 C 

10/21/1988 D 

10/28/1983 D 

11/03/1988 D 

11/11/1988 D 

11/11/1988 D 

11/18/1988 D 

11/18/1988 D 

11/25/1988 D 

11/25/1988 D 

12/09/1988 D 

12/09/1988 D 

12/15/1988 D 

12/16/1988 D 

12/22/1988 D 

12/29/1988 D 

12/30/1988 D 



BYL 



9 

9 

7 

7 

10 
11 
12 

8 

6 

7 

8 

1 

8 

3 

7 

8 

6 
10 

3 

3 

10 

10 

1 
1 

2 

11 
6 
1 
6 
6 
3 
8 
9 
7 
4 
1 



W66 



B71 

G68 



R G68 

R G68 

N S63 

F 

N 

N 

F 

N 

N 

P 

U 

F 

R 

N 

R G68 

R G68 

U W15 

R G68 

N 

N 

R 

N 

N 

N 

F 

R 

F 

N 

R G68 

N S76 

N 



G68 



G59 
G68 
B71 



G68 
668 



12 P F W66 

10 P R G68 

11 N 



10 

11 

10 

10 

10 

6 

1 

7 

5 



R 668 
N 

R G68 
N 



G68 
B71 

G68 



1/01/1988 D 
1/29/1988 D 
3/09/1988 B 
7/20/1983 B 
11/11/1988 D 



CHH 1 12/03/1988 A 



R 668 
R G68 
N 

F S27 
R 668 
N 



H 2 6/03/1988 D 3 R S66 



H 2 11/13/1988 D 1 P F U80 



H 2 1/22/1988 C 4 N D80 

H 2 4/25/1988 A 6 U 678 

H 2 8/23/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 12/06/1988 C 16 N D80 



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ARTHRITIS 

SEE ALSO N.C, FOUNDATION FOR ARTHRITIS 
HOORAY FOR ASPIRIN - AND A FEW ALTERNATIVES 

DISABLED N.C. VETERAN SPENDS 38 YEARS FIGHTING BUREAUCRACY OF VA... 
DRUGS FOR ARTHRITIS HELP MOST, BUT MAY CAUSE INTESTINAL WOES 
MEDICAL SCHOOL GRANT 
ABOUT TO BOOGIE 

ARTHROSCOPIC SURGERY 
SEE ALSO SURGERY 
JAW SURGERY EASIER, LESS PAINFUL 
LEGISLATOR HOBBLING BUT BACK AT SESSION 

ARTHUR D. LITTLE, INC. 

LID LIFTED ON SMOKING RISK DATA 

ARTHUR M. SACKLER GALLERY OF ASIAN AND NEAR EASTERN ART 
SEE ALSO ASIA 
SEE ALSO MUSEUMS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 
SMITHSONIAN DIGS AND BRIGHTENS UP MUSEUM HORIZONS 

ARTHUR YOUNG AND CO. 

LAW FIRM PLEDGES $1,000 TO GROUP 






ARTIE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO ARTS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 
ARTS COUNCIL CAMPAIGN SHORT $190,000 (CORRECTION PRINTED 6-24-88) 

ARTIFICIAL GILLS 

SEE ALSO UNDERWATER RESEARCH 

'ARTIFICIAL GILL' FIND LEADS RESEARCHERS TO CLEANING SPONGE 

ARTIFICIAL HEARTS 

SEE ALSO HEART SURGERY 
SEE ALSO JARVIK HEART 
AGENCY REVERSES DECISION; WORK ON ARTIFICIAL HEART WILL CONTINUE 
MAN KEPT ALIVE BY ARTIFICIAL HEART DEVICE DIES 

ARTIFICIAL REEF 

NORTH CAROLINA NOW HAS CONTROL OF ARTIFICIAL REEFS 

ARTIFICIAL SEAWEED 
SEE SEAWEED 

ARTIFICIAL SWEETENER 
SEE ALSO SACCHARIN 
HEALTH QUERIES REMAIN FOR USE OF ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS 

ARTIFICIAL VOICE MACHINES 
SEE ALSO VOICE 
SILENT VOICES SPEAK VOLUMES 

ARTISTS, BLACK 

SELMA BURKE WINS FAME IN SCULPTURE 

COMEDY, INTUITION FOUND IN WORKS OF SLAVE-BORN ARTIST 

ARTISTS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE 

SEE ALSO EMERGING ARTISTS PROGRAM 
THE VENABLE! THE ARTS COME HOME TO ROOST UNDER ONE ROOF 
WINTER WAS PRETTY ROUGH, BUT HE'S GETTING SUPFORT NOW 
OFF THE BEATEN TRACK; DONATO GRILLO RETURNS TO ITALY AN EXHIBITOR 
'LIVING MURAL' CELEBRATES WORKERS 
'OPRAH' ARTIST 
ILLUSTRATOR COMBINES LOVE OF ART, MEDICINE 



CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



6/10/1988 A 
6/28/1988 A 
8/03/1988 A 
9/14/1988 B 
9/16/1988 C 



6 U 
4 U 
8 U 
8 N 
3 P P 



T37 



H 2 6/14/1988 A 9 N 
H 1 6/24/1988 C 1 P N 



H 2 1/30/1988 A 1 N 

H 2 1/29/1988 D 10 P R G68 

H 2 4/30/1988 C 6 N 

H 2 6/16/1988 B 1 N C19 

H 2 7/23/1988 B 3 N D80 



H 2 7/03/1988 A 1 N 
S 2 9/16/1988 A 1 N 



H 2 2/11/1988 C 8 N 



CHH 1 8/26/1988 A 6 N 



2 4/29/1988 B 1 P F S27 



H 2 2/02/1988 D 9 P F 
H 2 7/01/1988 D 7 P F 



1/08/1988 
1/14/1988 
4/29/1988 
5/11/1988 
6/09/1988 
7/10/1988 



F 668 
F B71 
F W66 
F S56 
P L38 
N A80 



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JOB- AND PUNISHMENT FROM 6RANDM0M 



THE CUBED CIRCLE 
ARTICLES ARTICLES ... 

S0ME S PE0PLE°SIMF1Y DON'T WANT TO SIGN A BLANK SHIRT 
SVPoK SSM&SSffl LONDON, CHARLES EATON 

^fe™™ WOODS, VISIONARY ARTISTS CREATE WORLDS IN OTHER LANDS 

m Wksom EXHIBITIONS, N.C. 

SEE >$3 TS^I^S OF ART SHOW 
BU^ffl^S'S TO MARRIAGE, «ERGOBUSINESS 

ffilNG ANGEL' Wires symposium on visionary art 

ARTIST^ WORKS ON EXHIBIT IN OXFORD 

B£ WJUKBWSt IT INTO ARTWORK 

SarMSr^y funny 

SHOWCASE ROSTER REACHES 55 
SEEING THINGS , ^ Am 
ALL THE WORLD'S AN EASEL 
GRAFFITI DRAWING LANDS ARTIST A 

KMsfs DISPLAY WARES y 

SoN S CaLraWLL G BE HOST FOR SEMINAR ON N.C. ART WORK 

ART caLECTING^JFLEiHOUS WORKS FROM N.C. 

TAR E HEEL L BLUES ARTISTS HONORED IN WASHINGTON 
CHAPEL HILL ARTIST WINS HENDERSON SHOW 
PAINTING IS HIS NATURAL PASSION 
•DAMES J. DEANS' GRAND & MATURE 

^^S^EsTtHe"™; VISIONARY ARTISTS CREATE WORLDS IN OTHER LANDS 
KpIECEfl KlNUTESi ARTIST'S TECHNIQUES PUT SPEED INTO HER BRUSH 
THESE AREN'T MASTERPIECES 
FAST, BUT DON'T CALL IT ART 

ARTISTS AGAINST APARTHEID 

SEE RESEARCttlR R S POLITICAL TWIST IN ROCK VIDEOS 

™1 S ALS0 ACOUIRED P IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNTOOME, MJRHAM CASES 
SEE ALSO NORTH CAROLINA/DANCING FOR LIFE 
HOLLY NEAR PERFORMS AIDS BENEFIT CONCERT 
DANtfRM3DEATH MOVES ARTISTS TO ACT 
AIDS VICTIMS HOMELESS 

tmff Y^R HAS FUN WITH POP COLLABORATION 
HOLLY NEAR PERFORMS AIDS BENEFIT CONCERT 
EXTRA &SMAREXCEPTIONAL NEAR SHOW 

ItlSlrmBnfM TFFMENCERT HONORS LEE CONNOR WORK 
ffi^OR^IFE' A SPIRITED CELEBRATION OF LIFE, OF LOVE 
.OFT BENEFIT ECLECTIC SAMPLER OF TRIANGLE DANCE 



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9/15/1988 D 
9/29/1988 B 
10/02/1988 B 
11/09/1988 B 
11/24/1988 D 



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L P BYL 

P F B71 
N G59 
P P S76 
P U N36 
P F G59 
P F B71 



S 2 5/05/1988 D 1 P G B71 



H 2 1/22/1988 D 13 P F W66 


S 2 1/28/1988 D 


4 N 


H 2 2/22/1988 B 


1 P N P41 


S 2 4/07/1988 D 


2 P F B71 


H 1 4/16/1988 C 


1 P N J20 


H 2 4/26/1988 C 


5 N R80 


H 2 4/26/1988 C 


5 P N 


S 2 4/28/1988 D 


1 P F B71 


S 2 5/05/1988 D 


1 P G B71 


. H 1 5/07/1988 C 


1 P N P41 


S 2 5/12/1988 D 


12 N 


H 2 5/13/1988 D 


9 P R G68 


H 2 5/13/1988 D 


9 P N 


S 2 5/19/1988 D 


1 P G B71 


H 2 5/22/1988 E 


1 P F S56 


H 2 6/12/1988 C 


8 P N 


CHH 1 6/15/1988 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 6/18/1988 A 


7 P N S63 


H 2 6/29/1988 B 


16 N 


H 2 7/08/1988 D 


10 P N 


CHH 1 7/17/1988 A 


3 P P L38 


H 1 7/22/1988 C 


1 N 


CHH 1 8/01/1988 A 


2 P N M25 


H 2 8/26/1988 D 


8 P R G68 


H 2 9/30/1988 A 


8 P F Zll 


H 2 10/01/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 2 10/14/1988 C 


4 N H60 


H 2 11/11/1988 A 


7 P F S56 


H 2 12/16/1988 D 


6 R G68 


S 2 5/05/1988 D 


1 P G B71 


S 2 8/04/1988 D 


1 P F B71 


,. H 2 10/26/1988 B 


1 P F Zll 


H 2 11/02/1988 A 


4 L 


H 2 11/08/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 6/26/1988 A 


3 N K&5 


S 2 2/04/1988 D 


10 N 


S 2 2/18/1988 D 


1 P F B71 


S 2 2/18/1988 D 


2 N B71 


S 2 2/25/1988 D 


7 P P 


H 2 2/26/1988 D 


9 P F W66 


S 2 3/03/1988 D 


8 P N 


H 2 3/08/1988 A 


15 R P10 


S 2 3/24/1988 D 


3 P F B71 


H 2 3/25/1988 D 


4 P F U66 


S 2 3/31/1988 D 


4 R B71 


H 2 4/01/1988 D 


8 P R P10 



ARTS, DURHAM 



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SEE ALSO ARTIE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., ARTS COMPLEX PROPOSAL (NAMED ROYALL CENTER FOR 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL, COUNCIL FOR CREATIVE ARTS IN THE PUBLIC 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, THEATER 

ARTICLES,., 

ARTICLES. . , 

UNDER ONE ROOF 

THE VENABLE! THE ARTS COME HOME TO ROOST UNDER ONE ROOF 

ARTICLES'. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED; GRANTS AVAILABLE 

ARTICLES! DAC SEEKS ENTRIES FOR 'MAGIC FLUTE' POSTER 

FINE ARTS, FUN ARTS TO PLAY KEY ROUES IN REVITALIZATION 

ARTICLES! DURHAM STUDENTS RECEIVE ART AWARDS 

ARTICLES! VOLUNTEERS NEEDED 

articles: CIOMPI quartet PRAISED 

articles: best to sing with Savoyards in spring 

articles articles 

pride in place 

articles... 

drama club gives children taste of the arts 

extravaganza in arts 

articles: rocrae holds auditions for 'amen corner' 

articles,., 

articles: adf calls home 

articles'. 'magic flute' needs help 

articles, , . 

articles articles 

articles: ACKLAND RECEIVES PORTRAIT BY GORKY 

COMMISSIONERS SHOULD GIVE ARTS MORE FUNDS 

DURHAM WRITER WINS PRIZE 

STAGEHANDS HELP 'MAGIC FLUTE' 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

CLASSY SUMMER PLANNED 

CALLING ALL ARTISTS 

ARTICLES... 

DURHAM WILL GET JAZZ INSTITUTE 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

JAZZ INSTITUTE WILL BOOST CITY'S ARTS REPUTATION 

CITY'S ARTS EXPLOSION IS A BOOST TO TRIANGLE 

ARTICLES... 

ARTICLES! DOROTHY BORDEN WINS DANCE AWARD 

ARTICLES 

FIVE POINTS FOUNTAIN MIGHT BE AWASH WITH CULTURE: A CAST BRONZE... 

FIVE POINTS FOUNTAIN MIGHT BE AWASH WITH CULTURE! A CAST BRONZE... 

COLLECTOR DRAWS BIG FUTURE FOR DOWNTOWN AS AN ARTS CENTER 

ARTICLES! AUDITIONS, APPOINTEES, POET IN SPOTLIGHT 

MOORE SCULPTURE MEANINGLESS AMALGAMATION 

ADF, N.C. ARTS COUNCIL GET NEW ADMINISTRATORS 

ARTICLES! AWARDS, AUDITIONS 

ARTICLES... 

ARTICLES! NOW IS THE TIME TO AUDITION FOR CHOIR, PLAY 

ARTICLES! ART MUSEUM NEEDS VOLUNTEERS 

'MASTERPIECE FOR THE ARTS' SET TO OPEN 

ARTICLES ARTICLES... 

'GOOD MORNING' DURHAM 

ARTS UNWRAPPED DURING CENTERFEST 

BIG WEEKEND FOR THE ARTS 

ARTICLES ARTICLES ... 

ARTICLES! AUDITIONS ANNOUNCED 

ARTICLES! AUDITIONS ANNOUNCED 

ARTICLES ... 

ARTICLES; SNAKES ALIVE! TAME REPTILE NEEDED FOR ARTSCENTER SHOW 

ARTICLES... 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLES ARTICLES... 

ARTICLES ... 

ARTICLES ... 

ARTICLES! WALK-ONS NEEDED 



THE ARTS) 
SCHOOLS 



1/07/1988 
1/07/1988 
1/08/1988 
1/08/1988 
1/14/1988 
1/28/1988 
2/02/1988 
2/04/1988 D 
2/11/1988 D 
2/18/1988 D 
3/03/1988 D 
3/10/1988 
3/16/1988 
3/17/1988 
3/19/1988 
4/03/1988 
4/07/1988 D 
4/14/1988 D 
4/21/1988 
4/28/1988 
5/05/1988 
5/12/1988 
5/19/1988 
5/25/1988 
5/26/1988 
6/02/1988 
6/02/1988 D 
6/02/1988 D 
6/09/1988 D 
6/16/1988 D 
6/21/1988 A 
6/23/1988 D 
6/24/1988 A 
6/29/1988 A 
6/30/1988 D 
7/07/1988 D 
7/09/1988 
7/10/1988 
7/10/1988 
7/10/1988 
7/14/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/28/1988 
8/04/1988 D 
8/11/1988 D 
8/18/1988 D 
8/25/1988 D 
8/26/1988 C 
9/01/1988 D 
9/08/1988 D 
9/08/1988 D 
9/15/1988 D 
9/15/1988 D 
9/22/1988 D 
9/29/1988 D 
10/06/1988 D 
10/13/1988 D 
10/20/1988 D 
10/27/1988 D 
11/10/1988 D 
11/17/1988 D 
11/24/1988 D 
12/01/1988 D 



N G59 

N 659 

P P T37 

P F G68 

N 859 

N G59 

P Q Zll 

N G59 

N 659 

N 659 

N 659 

N 659 

E 

N 659 
P N A80 
E 
N 

N 659 
N 659 
N 659 
N 659 
N 659 
D N 659 

E 
P N 659 
P F B71 
N G59 
N 

N G59 
N 659 
P N U66 
N 659 
E 
E 

N 659 

P N 659 

N 659 

P N N36 

P N N36 

P N N36 

N 559 

L 

N 659 

N 659 

N 659 

N 659 

N G59 

P N G59 

N G59 

P F B71 

P F B71 

N 

N 659 
N 659 
N G59 
N 659 
N 659 
N 659 
N 659 
N 659 
N 659 
N 659 
N G59 



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llSi^^THll^fp^™ AUDITIONS, APPLY FOR GRANTS 
ARTICLES! UINNERS announced 

ART QFF N i| C =0 ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS EXPERIENCE 

H ALSO tfP^IAN ENVIRONMENTAL ARTS CENTER 
SEE ALSO ARTS ADVOCATES 

iaBMEtflD9hnflb«- 

SE ALSO GOVERNOR'S MANSION 

SEE ALSO HENDERSON ANNUAL JURIED ART SHOW 

SEE ALSO N.C. ART PROJECT 

E fti fekSMftSfs co^il 

^C^0^S T M T ^^lET TO GROU AGAIN 
S GETS MONEY, POETS CAN TOO 

AWCCATe'sAYS ARTS VIABLE INVESTMENT 
mjpqTMFNT IN ARTS PAYS OFF BIG IN STATE 
CITY'S^TS EXPLOSION IS A BOOST TO TRIANGLE 

KuIp fflfeWS!. ECONOMY EACH YEAR 
NEW BILL FUNDS MORE PUBLIC ART 

ARTICLES:' ART MUSEUM NEEDS VOLUNTEERS 
KENAN UINS STATE ARTS AWARD 

^l^ALSO AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS WD SCIENCES 
ST ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., ARTS SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO NMIONALENDoWnT FOR THE ARTS i 
§1 ALSO NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART (UASHINGTON, D.C.) 
SEE ALSO SOUTHERN ARTS FEDERATION 

^^ARTS, N.C. 

^AI^T^'iAYfJTsTAI^IN^ST^ 

art?&MI i'nt! KM^ YE^ 

NEW BILL FUNDS MORE PUBLIC ART 
"VS&Sc! Sy ARTS EXPERIENCE 

^ T §£^ L ™»BCRO ARTSCENTER (FORKERLY CARRBORO ART SCHOOL) 
SE ARTOTtfflcTORS^TO HEAL AS WELL AS ENTERTAIN 

ftRTSP »RAPTURE' HAS UNITY, 'CELEBRATION' TOO MUCH 
ARTSPACE SHOTS WORK OF BYNUN VISIONARY 
ROSENTHAL 'SERMONS' REVIVED 

AfrrSl ^utofiDA rneco opens artsplosure 

ASB ^E°ALSO CHAPa HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, ASBESTOS 
SEE ALSO ilB CITY SCHOOLS, ASBESTOS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, ASBESTOS 
H ALSO GRAWILLE COUNTY SCHOOLS, ASBESTOS 



D — DATE- 



S 

E 

C -PG 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



BYL 



S 2 12/08/1988 D 14 N G59 

S 2 12/15/1988 D 4 N G59 

S 2 12/22/1988 D 9 N 

S 2 12/29/1988 D 5 N G59 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 
CHH 1 



1/15/1988 
3/24/1938 
3/24/1983 
6/09/1988 
6/13/1988 
6/29/1988 
8/04/1983 
8/04/1988 
8/11/1988 
8/11/1988 D 
8/25/1988 D 
11/16/1983 A 



D 
D 

D 
D 

f>. 
A 
D 
D 
D 



10 


F C19 


3 


N G59 


9 


N 


10 


N 


4 


E 


4 


E 


3 


N G59 


12 


N 


9 


N 


12 


N G59 


10 


N G59 


10 


N L90 



H 2 1/29/1983 D 

H 2 4/22/1983 D 

H 2 6/05/1988 D 

H 2 6/10/1983 C 



5 P F L59 
9 P F L59 
5 U G33 
2 N 



H 2 6/09/1938 D 10 N 

H 2 6/13/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 8/04/1988 D 12 N 

S 2 8/11/1988 D 9 N 



H 2 6/01/1988 B 9 N K65 

H 2 1/22/1988 D 9 P R G68 

H 2 7/08/1988 D 10 P N 

H 2 9/30/1988 D 24 N 

H 2 4/29/1983 DUN 



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SEE ALSO INSULATION 
GRANVILLE BOARD LEADER GIVES 'STATE OF THE COUNTY' ADDRESS 
PERSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD IS TOLD ASBESTOS CLEANUP COSTS MAY BE HIGH 
BURLINGTON SCHOOLS SUING OVER ASBESTOS 
PERSON SCHOOL BOARD OKS SEWAGE TREATMENT STUDY 
ASBESTOS INSPECTION COULD COST CHAPEL HILL SCHOOLS UP TO $50,000 
ASBESTOS, ACID FOG TOPICS OPEN AIR POLLUTION MEETING 
COURTHOUSE RENOVATION MAY COST EXTRA BUCKS 
SETTLEMENT MAY END SUIT OVER ASBESTOS 
MORE WORK AT DHS MAY COST $1 MILLION 
CHATHAM NOW SHY 3 PRINCIPALS 
BURLINGTON SCHOOLS GET $835,000 IN SETTLEMENT 
TOBACCO-ASBESTOS LINK FOCUS OF PA. TRIAL 
ASBESTOS REMOVAL BID OK'D FOR SCHOOLS 
HAMMONDS' RESIGNATION ACCEPTED 'WITH SADNESS' 
HOME SCHOOL TESTING BILL GETS TENTATIVE N.C. SENATE APPROVAL 
HOSPITAL FINED FOR ASBESTOS IN BUILDING 
LEARNING TO COUNT 
PA. TOBACCO LITIGANTS LOSE, WIN 
SCHOOLS SAY ASBESTOS DATE SHOULD PRESENT NO PROBLEM 
DUKE TO REMOVE DORM'S ASBESTOS BY FALL SEMESTER 
ASBESTOS INSPECTION ON TARGET AT SCHOOLS 
ASBESTOS WORKERS CAUTIOUS 
ALLRED BLASTS 'ILLEGAL DUMP' NEAR BUS GARAGE 
ASBESTOS FOUND BURIED IN ALAMANCE 
SOME LIKE IT HOT; SOME LIKE IT COLD 
SCHOOLS IN N.C. SPENDING $8.4 MILLION TO FIND ASBESTOS 
ALAMANCE SCHOOLS PROMISE PROBE 
ASBESTOS SURVEY TO COST SCHOOLS $8.4 MILLION 
BALOG WANTS MORE INFORMATION IN COUNTY SCHOOLS CASE 
ASBESTOS TO BE BURIED ON SITE IN ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE SCHOOL OFFICIAL CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT 
ASBESTOS IN AREA SCHOOLS 'NO HAZARD' 
PERSON SCHOOLS TO SEND LETTERS ABOUT ASBESTOS 
ASBESTOS REMOVAL COST LOW IN DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS 
ASBESTOS INSPECTION LETTERS MAILED 

ASBURY METHODIST CHURCH 

ASBURY CHURCH PROUD TO SEND KIDS TO CAMP 

ASHE COUNTY, N.C. 

CRIME DOG TAKES BITE FROM BUDGET 

ASHE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEFT. 

ASHE COUNTY SHERIFF IMPLICATED IN DEAL INVOLVING CONFISCATED COCAINE 
OFFICIAL SAYS NO EVIDENCE FOUND AGAINST SHERIFF 

ASHEVILLE, N.C. 

EXTRAS WILL BE SOUGHT FOR MOVIE 

NO SMOKING ON BUSES 

ASHEVILLE GETS RID OF OLD ORDINANCES 

RESTAURANT CLOSES AFTER HEPATITIS CASE CONFIRMED 

OFFICER USES DRIVE-THRU TO RESCUE N.C. WOMAN 

ASHEVILLE NATIVE IN MIDDLE OF EFFORTS TO OVERTHROW NORIEGA 

CHAMPION MILL MAY TRY OUT MIXTURE TO CLEAR WATER 

CITIZENS OPPOSE CLEARING OF TREES ON 51 ACRES IN ASHEVILLE WATERSHED 

GOING HOME AGAIN; MAGISTRATE LEAVING DURHAM FOR NATIVE ASHEVILLE 

WATER CONSERVATION IS ORDERED IN ASHEVILLE 

OLDER DRIVERS WORRY ABOUT GETTING LICENSES 

BAKER DOESN'T WANT TO BE CANDIDATE FOR VICE PRESIDENT 

APPLACHIANS TAKE TO THE STAGE 

ASHEVILLE FACES OZONE PROBLEM 

OVER 5,000 HARLEY RIDERS HOLDING RALLY AT ASHEVILLE 

ARCHITECTS GIG SKYLINES; SAY DURHAM HAS 'VITALITY' 

DUKAKIS TO VISIT ASHEVILLE FRIDAY 

DUKAKIS, QUAYLE STUMP IN N.C; DEMOCRATS TARGET GOP'S VEEP PICK 

MARTIN SAYS DUKAKIS RAISED TAX BURDEN OF MASSACHUSETTS 

STATE'S TOP DEMOCRATS STICKING BY PRESIDENTIAL TICKET 

MOUNTAIN LODGING SCARCE AS FALL FOLIAGE EXPLODES 

FALL FOLIAGE PUTS ON DISPLAY, BUT LODGING GROWS SHORT 



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H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
S 2 



CHH 1 
H 1 
S 2 
H 1 



1/21/1988 B 
2/04/1988 B 
2/09/1988 B 
3/11/1988 C 
3/22/1988 B 
5/03/1988 C 
5/07/1988 B 
6/04/1988 B 
6/06/1988 A 
6/08/1988 A 
6/09/1988 B 
6/13/1988 A 
6/14/1988 B 
6/14/1988 C 
6/14/1988 C 
6/22/1988 B 
6/24/1988 A 
6/25/1988 
7/15/1988 
7/16/1988 
7/22/1988 
7/22/1988 
8/02/1988 
8/04/1988 B 
8/08/1988 A 
8/09/1988 A 
8/10/1988 B 
8/10/1988 A 
8/17/1988 B 
8/17/1988 B 
8/31/1988 C 
10/01/1988 A 
10/13/1988 B 
10/13/1988 A 
10/26/1988 C 



10 



N T33 

N 

N 

N 

N R71 

N M97 

N M06 

N 
M N S92 

N S63 

N 

N 

N J40 

N S92 

N 

N 
P P C45 

N 

N Vll 

N H02 

N S92 
P N S92 

N T35 
P N H60 
P N H02 

N 

N T35 

N 

N T35 

N T35 

N T35 

N Vll 

N 

N S92 

N 



H 2 5/01/1988 A 1 D F P38 



H 2 4/07/1988 B 3 N 



H 


2 


2/28/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


1 


10/26/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/13/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


2/26/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/18/1988 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 


3/18/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 


3/24/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/21/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


5/21/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


5/28/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 


5/28/1988 C 


1 P N B53 


H 


1 


6/10/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/22/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/20/1988 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 


7/29/1988 D 


13 P F W66 


H 


2 


8/07/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


8/27/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


9/07/1988 C 


J 


N 


H 


2 10/05/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


10/08/1988 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


10/08/1988 A 


12 P N 


H 


1 


10/11/1988 B 


6 


J 


S 


1 


10/21/1988 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 10/22/1988 B 


3 


N 



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Y SUBJECTS 



PAGE 108 
1/24/89 



KK^aS^ FOR ^ILLE AREA 
ADVOCATES FOR HOMELESS TO HOLD VIGIL 

ASH l L Afs§ I KF T ^ CTslVsO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 

ga^ , c®^S re ^tI^JuSisheF S 
robert bunnelle, retired asheville publisher 

""BMHBWIta ON AIM EME 

STui^MKI SINKING THREATENED 
ASHEVILLE OTICERFACING SGDOMY CHARGES JAILED 

ASHLAND CHEMICAL COMPANY 

ST^aKEWoWoSITION TO CHEMICAL PLANT 

A ^L°TANXS , SHOULBN'T HAVE BEEN NEAR RIVER 
THE MONONGAHELA SPILL 

^WgSi CREATING ANXIETY AMONG TAXPAYERS 

ASI SEE ALSO ARTHUR M. SACKLER GALLERY OF ASIAN AND NEAR EASTERN ART 
THE PAN-ASIAN VISION 

ASK THE LAWYER DAY 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, DURHAM 

^S^-A^SraH THE SUPERINTENDENT" 

ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL (MUSIC GROUP) _^_, 
^TFXAN ASLEEPUHEELS INTO DURHAM STREET 

ASLEEP ATWEELFINDS THE SOUL OF TEXAS SWING 

ASPARAGUS 

^T^lK^ARE ASPARAGUS BEDS 

ASPARTAME __,»--, 

^UTH QUERIES REMAIN FOR USE OF ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS 
DUKE TO STUDY POSSIBLE LINK BETWEEN ASPARTAME, HIVES 

ASPHALT 

SE y^ &S S waKmVact study on plant 

ASPHY »Tqn^R DIES OF ASPHYXIATION IN ROBESON JAIL 
C^^PoilBLE INTO StfFOCATION DEATHS 

ASPIRIN „,- 

SEE ALSO DRUGS ^ 

^ASP^K'KsT HEAST ATTACK REDISCOVERED 



S 
E E 

D — DATE — C -PG 



11/20/1988 B 
12/02/1988 C 
12/04/1988 B 
12/04/1988 B 
12/12/1988 A 



1 

4 

6 

11 
3 



T 
Y 

P 

N 
N 
N 

N 
N 



BYL 



H 2 1/07/1988 A 

S 2 4/29/1988 A 

H 3 4/30/1988 C 

H 2 7/01/1988 C 



10 
3 N 
3 N 
2 P 



H 2 3/27/1988 C 7 N 165 



S 2 1/21/1988 A 12 N 

H 2 1/23/1988 D 5 N 

H 2 3/25/1988 B 5 N 

S 2 8/19/1988 C 5 N 



H 2 5/26/1988 A 18 N 

H 2 8/18/1988 A 16 N 

S 2 1/11/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 1/14/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 2/14/1988 B 11 U L41 



H 2 9/19/1988 A 4 E 



S 2 4/28/1988 C 5 N 
H 2 5/05/1988 C 10 N 



H 2 7/01/1988 D 10 F L37 
H 2 7/15/1988 D 7 R L37 



H 2 5/29/1988 E 14 P U B56 



CHH 1 8/26/1988 A 6 N 
H 2 12/23/1988 B 3 N 



H 2 2/12/1988 C 5 N 

S 2 4/16/1988 A 2 N 
H 2 5/28/1988 B 3 N 



S 2 2/10/1988 A 6 U 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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1/24/39 



ASPIRIN'S WONDERS DIMINISH 

SHOULD ASPIRIN BECOME A PRESCRIPTION DRUG? 

HOORAY FOR ASPIRIN — AND A FEU ALTERNATIVES 

ASSASSINATIONS 

KING'S VISITS TO DURHAM REFLECTED NATIONAL EVOLUTION OF THE DREAM 

ANGER BURNS IN DURHAM: A KING'S DEATH BREEDS REBELLION IN APRIL, 1968 

HEADLINE HAS INAPPROPRIATE 

KENNEDY ASSASSINATION BEEFtY MARKS A GENERATION 

DEATH OF KENNEDY LEFT LONG-LASTING SCARS 

ASSAULTS, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, ASSAULTS 
CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST UNC ATHLETES 
CHARGE DISMISSED AGAINST FORMER DUKE PLAYER 
OFFICER CHARGES TUO WITH ASSAULT 
SCHOOL MAINTENANCE WORKER ARRESTED 
CARRBORO MAN GETS 28 YEARS FOR RAPE 
CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBING WOMAN 
POLICE LOG/MAN FLEES POLICE AT N.C. MEMORIAL 
POLICE LOG/SCUFFLE AT HOUSE LEADS TO CHARGE OF ASSAULT 
POLICE LOG/MAN FROM SHELTER CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
POLICE L0G/83-YEAR-OLD MAN ASSAULTED DURING HOUSE ROBBERY 
CLARK LIFEGUARD TAKEN OFF DUTY; PAY STOPPED 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN CHARGED IN ASSAULT 
F-OOL INCIDENT PARTIES TRY DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER 
UE ARE LOSING THE ART OF GETTING ALONG 
LIFEGUARD CHARGE TO BE DROPPED 
POLICE LOG/PITTSBORO MAN ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT 
POLICE LOG/FLASHER REPORTED 

POLICE LOG/ORANGE COUNTY MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
POLICE LOG/MOTORIST CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
POLICE LOG/EMPLOYEE ASSAULTED, REPORT SAYS 
POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
POLICE LOG/DEVaOPER CHARGED WITH STRIKING MAN 
POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN ASSAULTED ON UNC CAMPUS 
POLICE LOG/GOFORTH'S ASSAULT CHARGE DROPPED 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH STRIKING POLICE OFFICER 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED IN TRY TO RUN OVER OFFICER 
POLICE LOG/2 CHARGED IN FIST FIGHT 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING WOMAN 
POLICE LOG/LOCAL MAN CHARGED FOR THROWING ROCK 
POLICE LOG/ROBINSON CHARGED IN ASSAULT OF WOMAN 
POLICE LOG/DEADLY WEAPON POSSESSION CHARGED 
POLICE LOG/UNCONSCIOUS MAN FOUND AT RESTAURANT 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN HELD AFTER HITTING POLICEMAN 
POLICE LOG/MAN ROBBED, BEATEN AT IFC KITCHEN 
POLICE LOG/6 CHARGED AFTER FIGHT AT HARDEE'S 
POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT, DWI 
POLICE LOG/MAN HELD AFTER THREAT, POINTING GUN 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT, POSSESSION 
POLICE LOG/WOMEN CHARGED IN FIGHT AT STORE 
POLICE LOG/ELON STUDENT CHARGED IN NIGHTCLUB FIGHT 
POLICE LOG/MASKED MAN ASSAULTS MASSAGE EMPLOYEE 
POLICE LOG/FAST-FOOD WORKER CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN FACES ASSAULT CHARGE 
POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN FACES ASSAULT CHARGE 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING WOMAN 
POLICE LOG/TEEN-AGER ATTACKED IN SHOPPING MALL 
POLICE LOG/MAN FACES TUO ASSAULT CHARGES 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED IN CARRBORO ASSAULT 
POLICE LOG/TWO MEN ENTER HOME, THREATEN RESIDENT 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN ASSAULTED BY MAN IN HER CAR 
POLICE LOG/EMPLOYEE HELD FOR ASSAULTING POLICEMAN 
POLICE LOG/SUSPECT ROBS WOMAN INSIDE HOME 

ASSAULTS, DUKE UNIV. 

SEE DUKE UNIV., ASSAULTS 



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

S 2 2/16/1988 A 4 E 
S 2 2/17/1988 A 11 U 
CHH 1 6/10/1988 A 6 U 



H 2 


4/03/1988 A 


1 P N N36 


H 2 


4/03/1988 A 


12 P N M51 


H 2 


9/16/1983 A 


4 


L 


S 2 11/21/1983 A 


1 P N M06 


S 2 11/22/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


1/08/1988 C 


1 


N W27 


H 2 


3/18/1988 B 


6 


N 080 


H 2 


4/27/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


5/13/1988 C 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


6/07/1988 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


6/07/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


6/13/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


6/16/1988 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 


6/17/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


7/13/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


7/14/1988 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


7/20/1988 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


7/22/1988 A 


3 


N B21 


CHH 1 


7/23/1988 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


7/26/1988 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


8/01/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/02/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/04/1988 A 


11 


N 


CHH 1 


8/05/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/07/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/21/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/10/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/11/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/13/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/15/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/23/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/26/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/26/1988 A 


11 


N 


CHH 1 


9/26/1988 A 


11 


N 


CHH 1 


9/28/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/29/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/01/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/02/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/07/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/08/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/10/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/14/1988 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 


10/16/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/16/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/29/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


11/02/1983 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


11/02/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


11/11/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


11/12/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


11/13/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


11/14/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


11/15/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


11/15/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


11/19/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


12/16/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


12/22/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


12/24/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 12/30/1988 A 


3 


N 



ASSAULTS, DURHAM 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



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E E 

D — DATE — C 



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■PG 



T 
Y 
P BYL 



SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO SELF-DEFENSE. 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS g 

Kl? ZFm^S KSILtTn SIX-YEAR TERN H 

OFFICIALS ™ ASSAULT CHARGE AGAINST BECTON § 

BECTON'S CHARGE DROPPED g 

CHURCH TRUSTEE WINS $25,000 ^^ H 

r L Su^^K^ffi,ROBBED 

Ml^K^-TOTED OFFICER 'LUCKS' INTO ARREST H 

FiyFSTY^IL^SONERS ACCUSED OF BEATING INMATE H 

MAN HIT ON HEAD WITH A BRICK „ „ _ g 

TOSPASSERS PUNCH SECURITY GUARD, FLEE § 

^K lS Ss "OF ffis IN HOMES OF OLIER DURHAM PEOPLE H 

POLICE ARREST WOMAN FOR BEATINGS | 

PIZ2A-DELIVERY ATTACKS INVESTIGATED g 

DURHAM WOMAN CHARGED IN ATTACK ON WIDOW » 

POLICE CONTINUE PROBE OF RATINGS s 

SECURE HOMES MAY PROTECT ELDERLY PEOPLE g 

Soman faces more robbery charges h 

5TH ROBBERY ™«GEnLED AGAINST WOMAN " 

Rfi HH i'M^N 2 M^ll!F5^ROBBERY 

fK Ik^mIeSn beatings^thefts j 

^R^^^&J^^ CASE 

POLICE SCOUR DHS FOR UAWED YOUTH | 

2 DURHAM TEENS ARRESTED IN BW™ OF MINISTER R 

LAST TWO OF FIVE ROBBERY-BEATING SUSPECTS ARRtbltU s 

™HtS — | 

Km MAN r?EAK T &t)ILTY, GETS SIX MONTHS IN ASSAULTS H 

RE I Fffi'lS E IN I slcMsfaf BEATING ELDERLY WOMEN H 

TWO OFICERS INJURED IN SCUFFLE § 

SCHOOL CONSULTANT CHARGED IN CHASE H 

CHILDREN AID ARRESJAFTER NAN, 72, MUGGED s 

nfPirTTF^ liftRFST 2 MEN ON DRUG CHARGES u 

S ! HURTAS S THIEFBACKS HER CAR INTO HER « 

ASSAULT SUSPECT SURRENDERS H 

DURHAM CRIMESTOFfERS H 

SHOTS ARE REAL ON TRAINING RUN H 

PIZZA DRIVER KNOCKED DOWN, ROBBED „.„_.„ H 

FOUR OFFICERS ASSAULTED BY WOMAN, POLICE SAY g 

MEN CHARGED WITH BEATING WOMAN H 

BROTHERS CHARGED WITH ASSAULT g 

pTlLEY INDICTED IN ELDERLY BEATINGS 2 

MANCHARGED WITHAnACKING CAB DRIVER § 

WOMAN BITES FINGER OF MAN ATTACKING HER H 

EirSTUT^T^CHARGED WITH ASSAULT « 

MAW CHARGED WITH ASSAULT i ON NEIGHBOR » 

ARREST MADE IN SATURDAY SLASHING H 

TffiN^GIVEN 16 YEARS IN PRISON FOR BEATING MINISTER jj 

GUNMEN ROB PIZZA STORE ANpESCAPE H 

21-MONTH-OLB BRAIN-DEAD AFTER BEATING H 

2 SeDWITH ROBBING MAN OF CLOTHES » 

BHKUOTdWlHfe CASE OF MRS. GILLIE ■ 



1/02/1988 C 
1/20/1988 B 
1/21/1988 C 
1/22/1988 B 
1/30/1988 C 
1/31/1988 A 
2/03/1988 C 
2/16/1988 B 
2/17/1988 B 
2/21/1988 B 
3/10/1988 B 
3/15/1988 B 
3/26/1988 C 
4/02/1988 C 
4/03/1988 B 
4/04/1988 C 
4/05/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/06/1983 
4/07/1988 
4/07/1983 
4/07/1988 
4/10/1988 . 
4/11/1988 B 
4/11/1988 A 
4/12/1988 
4/12/1988 
4/12/1988 
4/12/1988 
4/13/1988 
4/15/1988 
4/16/1983 
4/17/1988 
4/22/1988 
4/23/1988 
4/23/1988 
4/27/1988 
4/29/1988 
5/03/1988 
5/07/1988 
5/09/1988 
5/16/1988 
5/17/1988 
5/22/1988 
5/23/1988 _ 
5/23/1988 D 
6/03/1988 C 
6/05/1988 A 
6/06/1988 B 
6/07/1983 A 
6/08/1988 
6/08/1988 
6/03/1988 
6/09/1988 
6/12/1988 
6/13/1988 
6/16/1988 
6/21/1988 . 
6/27/1988 B 
6/30/1988 B 
7/05/1988 B 
7/10/1988 C 
7/12/1988 B 
7/14/1988 A 
7/19/1988 A 



A 
A 

A 
A 
C 
C 
A 
B 
A 
C 
C 
C 

c 

c 

A 
A 
C 
C 
B 
C 



1 

18 
1 
4 
1 

15 
3 
14 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
7 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 



1 I 

10 

10 

3 

1 

3 

2 

5 

2 

13 

1 

8 

9 

1 

11 
1 
5 
7 
8 
5 
14 
2 
1 
1 
1 

14 
1 



N 
N 

N B53 
N S51 
N B53 
N 
N 
N 

N C36 
N M51 
N M51 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N M51 
N M51 
N B53 
N 
1 N M51 
' N B53 
E 

N M51 
N M51 
N B53 

> N M51 
L 

> N B53 
N H70 
N M51 

5 N B53 
N H70 
N M51 
N 
N 

N B53 
N 
N 
P N M51 
N 
N 
N 
N 
P N 
N 
N 

N N36 
N 

N M51 
N 
N 
P N B53 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N S82 
N B53 
N M51 
N 
N 
N B53 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



Y S U B J E 



ATTACKED WOMAN CUTS HAND 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN SHOT AFTER CHASE FACES CHARGES 

GRAND JURY INDICTS BROTHERS 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN SHOT, CHARGED AFTER CHASE, CAR ATTACK ON OFFICERS 

OFFICERS SAY WOMAN TRIED TO STAB THEM 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPFERS 

4 SENTENCED FOR ATTACK ON DURHAM MINISTER, 81 

15-YEAR-OLD PAIR ORDERED HELD FOR TRIAL AS ADULTS 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH BEATING FRIEND WITH MAUL HANDLE 

SUIT FILED BY FORMER GIRLFRIEND ACCUSES LAWYER OF BEATING 

LAWYER INDICTED ON KIDNAPPING, ASSAULT CHARGES 

MAGGIOLO POSTS BOND 

CASE SHOULD BE IN CRIMINAL COURT 

THIEF TAKES CASH, JEWELRY FROM RESTAURANT 

DURHAM ASSAULTS APPEAR LINKED 

POLICE BELIEVE MORE BREAK-INS LINKED TO SAME MAN 

PRESSROOM FOREMAN ASSAULTED AT HERALD 

BICYCLIST FACES DUI, ROBBERY CHARGES 

N. DUKE ST, BREAK-IN SUSPECT ARRESTED 

POLICE ARREST DURHAM MAN FOR BREAK-INS 

ASSAULT SUSPECT SCHEDULED TO APPEAR IN COURT NOV. 17 

SUSPECT HELD IN BEATING 1 MAN, STABBING ANOTHER 

PATROLING REPORTER SEES BEHIND REPORT 

STUDENT ACQUITTED OF ASSAULTING DANCER AT BACHELOR PARTY 

TRINITY PARK SHOWS CITY NEEDS MORE POLICE; SOLIE URGES COUNCIL TO ACT 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

BOOK'S OWNER COULD GIVE CLUES IN DURHAM BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED IN ASSAULT ON WOMAN 

DURHAM DEVaOPER BEATEN, SLASHED 

SUSPECT IN BEATING OF WELLONS STILL SOUGHT 

FEDERAL EXPRESS DRIVER ROBBED 

WOMAN FLEES FROM MAN WITH GUN 

MAN SOUGHT ON ASSAULT CHARGES 

MOTORIST SAYS HE WAS BEATEN, ROBBED 

ASSAULTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C, VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO NURSING HOMES, N.C, ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO POLICE, N.C, ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C, ASSAULTS 

GOOD SAMARITAN PISTOL-WHIPPED BY MOTORIST 

MAN IS CHARGED WITH POINTING GUN AT DEPUTY 

REAL ESTATE AGENT FOUND BEATEN IN GRAHAM HOUSE 

OFFICER AWAITS WORD ON AIDS EXPOSURE 

MAN SUSPECTED IN GRAHAM BEATING ARRESTED AFTER STANDOFF IN ALABAMA 

APPEALS COURT ORDERS TRIAL ON LAWSUIT 

CARY MAN FINED FOR HITTING INSPECTOR 

MAN CHARGED WITH HITTING PRINCIPAL 

MAN CLUBBED WITH LIMB, ROBBED 

WRECK VICTIM'S SON-IN-LAW CITED WITH PUNCHING TRUCKER 

BEATING VICTIM CRAWLS TO ROAD 

TV REPORTER HIT WHILE COVERING TRIAL 

CRIME VICTIM TO RECEIVE *4,553 

FANFARE/REAL LIFE PIRATES 

SURRY MAN CHARGED IN PLIERS ASSAULT 

3 TEENS CHARGED IN RACIAL ASSAULT 

OFFICER USES DRIVE-THRU TO RESCUE N.C WOMAN 

ASHEVILLE POLICEMAN SAVES WOMAN BEING THREATENED 

RALEIGH POLICE HOLDING YOUTH IN SEXUAL ASSAULT 

OFFICERS ARE CALLED TO QUELL DISTURBANCE IN FRANKLINTON 

FEDERAL COURT RULES MOTEL LIABLE IN ATTACK ON GUESTS 

BUSH, ROBERTSON SUPPORTERS BRAWL IN LOUISBURG 

POLICE SAY BURGAW MAN KILLED AFTER BREAK-IN 

911 OPERATOR DISCIPLINED FOR HANGING UP ON CRIME VICTIM 

REPORT FINDS NO EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT BEATING CLAIM 

INDIAN CONVICTED OF ROBBERY, ASSAULT 

FORMER SBI INFORMANT SENTENCED FOR ASSAULT 



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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 7/28/1988 B 2 N 


S 


2 8/02/1983 A 


1 N B53 


S 


2 8/02/1988 A 3 N B53 


H 


2 8/03/1988 A 


I M N M51 


H 


2 8/03/1988 B 


I N 


H 


2 8/08/1988 B 1 


5 N 


H 


2 8/09/1988 A 


1 N S82 


H 


2 8/09/1988 B 


1 N S82 


S 


2 8/23/1988 B 


i N B53 


H 


2 9/02/1988 C ' 


\ N S82 


H 


2 9/07/1988 C 


I N S82 


H 


2 9/09/1988 C 


I N 


H 


2 9/15/1988 A ' 


I L 


S 


2 9/21/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 10/04/1988 A i 


I M N M51 


H 


2 10/05/1988 C 


I N M51 


H 


2 10/05/1988 C " 


1 N 


H 


2 10/09/1988 B ; 


I N 


H 


2 10/20/1988 A 


I N A54 


S 


2 10/20/1988 A 


I P N B53 


H 


2 10/21/1988 B 


I N 


H 


2 10/24/1988 B 


I N 


H 


2 10/24/1988 B : 


N M51 


H 


2 10/28/1988 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 10/28/1988 A 


N H70 


H 


2 10/31/1988 C ! 


; n 


S 


2 11/02/1988 A . 


l P N B53 


CHH 1 11/03/1988 A 10 N 


S 


2 11/11/1988 C ! 


t P N B53 


H 


2 11/12/1988 C 1 


P N M51 


H 


2 12/05/1988 B 1( 


> N 


H 


2 12/07/1988 D ' 


1 N 


S 


2 12/09/1988 A 12 


H 


2 12/28/1988 C 1 


t N 



H 


2 


1/01/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/05/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


1 


1/20/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/21/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


1 


1/28/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


2/06/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 


2/04/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/10/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


2/11/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/15/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/17/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


2/18/1988 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 


2/27/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/18/1988 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 


3/21/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 


3/24/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/25/1988 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


3/31/1988 C 


9 


N 


H 


1 


4/07/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


4/09/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/01/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


5/03/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


5/11/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


5/12/1988 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


5/27/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


5/28/1988 A 


13 


N 



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^S^Tf^^Mg^S^S been asked to leave... 

rtl nmmms 

F«fS F^S^l^^^CES 

KsS INDICTED W 26 rcUNTS OF ASSAULT 

POLICE! SURGEON ASSAULTED NURSE 

ASSAULT WARRANTS ISSUED IN INCIDENT 

^FACING TWO ASSALU CHARGES 

PROGRAM INCREASES jASSAU-T J»WICTI06 

JUDGE HEARS 'NIGHTMARE' TALE KMNGJSSMI.T TRIAL 

JURY CONVICTS ACTOR OF ASSAULT CHARGE 

FRANKLIN MOHAN SEVERELY BEATEN 

HUSBWffi CHARGED WBMTDiSCgE 

HAN CHARGED WITH BITING OFF NOSE 

paiCESAY NAN BURNED GIRLFRIEND , „ 

2w« TBY CAR NETSMAN 20-YEAR SENTENCE 
S FILED IN ffiATINGt HOUSE BURNING CASE 
rrwr»WTi I FSTANDOFF ENDS, HAN CHARGED 
rtStllI sSf DCS AFTER MORE THAN 30 HOURS 
MNfflARGm WITH ASSAULT SUFFERS PANIC ATTACKS 
qnt^RUDUOED AFTER PATROLMAN HIT BY CAR 
ffcffi* """Eg hWT GAME WARDEN GIVEN PROBATION 
^^•TfriFTO W HC^KGPROJECT IN ANGIER 
KculED CFER^KING GIRL'S LEG IN KIDNAPPING 
FANFARE/ET CETERA _ 

KM &» 5n s s!S y c^ ing 

EX-PATROLMAN CONVICTED CF ASSAULT 
DEMOCRATIC ACTIVIST CC^VICTED Or ASoAULT 

ggoSS BBBflBH™ H " ira 

^VKEff BREM-IN. ASSETS 

2 ^^%W%AiH AND EMI 

POLICE LM^NCHARGED WITH ASSAULTING DEPUTY 
POLICE LM/STUDENTV16, ARRESTED AT STANFORD 
POLICE LOG/MAN IS ARRESTED ON ASSAULT, CHARGE 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING OFFICER 

^^ALSo'lixUAL ASSAULTS 

DURHAM FOLICE HELP IN SEARCH 

K EImsVKy. OFFICER, LANDS IN JAIL 
**%%§< KTO kl^Lf^TKl^C^CH LEADERS 

Action and courage in decision on s«aggart 
S^ VA, will meet church officials 

S R SAYS F PTt ffi&ING 'SMEAR C^AIGN' 

SWAMPS RETURN BRINGS SAKE MESSAGE 

WITNESS PUmEDBY CALL TO TESTIFY IN BAKKER CASE 

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES 



N 

P 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 



S 
E E 
D — DATE — C -PG 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



BYL 



2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

1 

2 

1 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

2 

1 
£ 

2 

1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

n 

2 
2 

1 

c 

2 
1 



1 



5/30/1988 B 
5/31/1988 A 

6/01/1983 B 1 

6/02/1988 B 1 

6/03/1988 C 1 

6/10/1988 A 15 

6/11/1988 C 4 

6/11/1988 C 7 

6/22/1988 A 14 



6/28/1988 B 

7/04/1988 B 1 

7/16/1988 A 6 

7/20/1988 B 1 

7/24/1988 B 5 

8/03/1988 B 1 

8/09/1968 B 1 

8/13/1988 C 1 

8/18/1988 A 13 

8/19/1988 B 10 

8/20/1988 C 1 

8/23/1988 B 1 

8/31/1988 C 2 

9/12/1988 A 13 

9/14/1988 A 1 

9/14/1988 B 1 

9/14/1988 C 9 

9/15/1988 B 1 

9/15/1988 A 15 

9/24/1988 B 6 
9/25/1988 B 
9/28/1988 B 
9/29/1988 B 
10/01/1988 D 
10/14/1988 B 

10/19/1988 A 12 

10/20/1988 C 8 

10/22/1988 B 3 

12/01/1988 C 1 

12/02/1988 A 14 

12/06/1983 C 10 

12/15/1988 C 1 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N H60 

N 

N 

N H60 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 

CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



3/29/1983 C 
6/10/1988 A 
7/29/1988 A 
9/08/1988 A 
9/28/1988 A 
9/28/1988 A 
11/30/1988 A 



6 

3 

10 
10 

3 
10 

3 



N 080 

N H90 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 4/27/1988 C 3 N 
H 2 7/29/1988 B 9 N 
H 2 9/14/1988 B 9 N 



H 

H 
S 

H 

s 

H 
S 

H 

s 

H 



2 1/09/1988 C 12 N 
2 2/22/1988 A 1 P N 



2 3/31/1988 A 4 

2 4/02/1988 A 4 

2 4/13/1988 A 4 

2 4/19/1988 B 16 

2 5/03/1988 A 4 

2 5/10/1988 B 4 



5/24/1988 A 4 
9/22/1988 C 5 



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see durham county deft. of social services 

associated press 
see also newspapers, u.s. 
see also n.c. associated press news council 

associated press honors papers for cooperation 

durham sun gets cooperation award 

ap numbers wrong 

native american fruits 

court upholds dismissal of libel suits 

associated press, college basketball player of the year 
see also associated press high school basketball player of the year 
hersey hawkins named top player 

associated press, college basketball poll 
kentucky new no. 1 

kentucky returns to no. 1 position in poll 
uno is no. 2; blue devils improve to 7th 
wolfpack moves up to no, 20 
byu gets respect; wolfpack 20th 
arizona still ranked no. 1 
poll: duke up, unc down 

arizona near-unanimous top pick; blue devils move up to 4th spot 
temple gains no. 1 billing 

coach k: hole in the middle reason for numerous no. is 
temple remains no. 1 in poll 
owls still roosting at no. 1 
temple living the same no matter the spot on top 
cosby backs owls, chaney's philosophy 
owls strong no. 1; acc places four 
top four teams hold steady 
poll's top 4 remain same; blue devils drop to no. 9 
duke, unc remain in top 10; pack 11th 
ap puts duke 5th, unc 7th 
duke finishes 5th, unc 7th, pack 14th 
duke basketball preseason no. 1 

AP TOP 20 

DUKE STILL NO. 1 

DUKE HOLDS NO. 1; LOUISVILLE SLIDES 

BLUE DEVILS MAINTAIN LEAD; VOLS BREAK INTO TOP 20 

DUKE, MICHIGAN 1-2 IN POLL; UNC EIGHTH 

DUKE REMAINS ON TOP; CONNECTICUT SLIPS INTO POLL 

BLUE DEVILS REMAIN ATOP POLL; IRISH, BRUINS RETURN TO TOP 20 

JAYHAWKS RETURN TO POLL; GAMECOCKS CRACK TOP 20 

BLUE DEVILS REMAIN NO. 1 

ASSOCIATED PRESS, COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLL 

FLORIDA STATE AP'S NO. 1 FOOTBALL CHOICE 

NO. 1 FLORIDA STATE FACES EARLY SHOWDOWN 

AP PRESEASON TOP 20 

NEBRASKA'S VICTORY CLOSES GAP ON SEMINOLES 

HURRICANES SURGE INTO NO. 1 RANKING IN POLL 

UCLA MOVES INTO NO. 2; HURRICANES MAINTAIN POSITION 

MIAMI REMAINS ATOP POLL; WINLESS MICHIGAN HOLDS ON 

RALLY LANDS WYOMING IN TCP 20 

RAZORBACKS IN, LSU OUT; MIAMI CONTINUES ATOP POLL 

HOOSIERS CRACK TOP 20 POLL 

UCLA TOPS POLL; NOTRE DAME SECOND 

BRUINS TAKE FIRST; IRISH SECOND AFTER BEATING MIAMI 

WOLFPACK MISSES AP TOP 20 

WYOMING IN TOP 10; TOP 3 SAME 

IRISH CAPTURE POLL'S TOP SLOT 

ASSOCIATED PRESS, CORRECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ERRORS 
ASSOCIATED PRESS ERRED 
CHILD SAFETY PROMOTED 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
CLEARING THE RECORD 



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



2 1/22/1988 A 12 N 

2 1/22/1988 A 1 N 

2 5/09/1988 A 4 L 

2 5/18/1988 A 4 L 

2 7/20/1988 B 1 N P41 



S 2 4/01/1983 D 4 N 



s 


2 1/04/1988 D 


8 C N 


H 


2 1/05/1988 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 1/12/1988 B 


2 C N 


s 


2 1/18/1988 D 


5 C N 


H 


2 1/19/1983 B 


3 N 


H 


2 1/26/1988 D 


1 N 


S 


2 2/01/1988 D 


5 P N 


H 


2 2/02/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 2/09/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 2/14/1988 C 


4 N M14 


S 


2 2/15/1988 D 


2 C N 


H 


2 2/16/1988 B 


2 N 


H 


2 2/21/1988 C 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 2/21/1988 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 2/23/1988 B 


2 C N 


S 


2 2/29/1988 D 


6 C N 


H 


2 3/01/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 3/08/1988 B 


2 C N 


S 


2 3/14/1988 D 


9 C N 


H 


2 3/15/1988 C 


3 C N 


H 


2 11/15/1988 B 


2 C N 


S 


2 11/18/1988 D 


20 C N 


S 


2 11/21/1988 D 


2 C N 


H 


2 11/22/1988 D 


3 C N 


H 


2 11/29/1988 B 


2 C N 


S 


2 12/05/1988 D 


12 N 


H 


2 12/06/1988 D 


3 C N 


H 


2 12/13/1988 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 12/20/1988 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 12/27/1988 D 


1 N 


H 


2 8/21/1988 C 


1 C N 


S 


2 8/22/1988 D 


7 C N 


S 


2 8/26/1988 D 


24 C N 


H 


2 8/30/1988 B 


3 C N 


H 


2 9/06/1988 B 


2 C N 


H 


2 9/13/1988 B 


2 C N 


H 


2 9/20/1988 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 9/27/1988 D 


4 C N 


H 


2 10/04/1988 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 10/11/1988 B 


4 C N 


S 


2 10/18/1988 D 


2 C N 


H 


2 10/18/1988 D 


1 C N 


S 


2 10/24/1988 D 


12 N 


H 


2 10/25/1988 B 


3 C N 


H 


2 11/01/1988 B 


2 C N 



H 2 1/04/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 1/05/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 2/12/1988 A 2 N 

H 2 2/19/1988 A 2 N 



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N 
P 

H 

H 
H 
H 

H 

H 
H 

H 



D — BATE- 



S 
E 
C -ffi 



2/26/1988 B 
3/03/1988 A 
3/16/1988 
5/10/1988 
11/03/1988 
11/27/1988 
11/29/1988 
12/23/1988 



5 
i 

2 
14 
13 
4 
2 
2 



2 3/15/1988 C 1 P N 

2 3/16/1988 A 4 E 

2 11/17/1988 D 1 P N 

2 12/09/1983 B 1 N 



1 P N 

2 N 



H 2 4/14/1988 D 4 N 
H 2 4/19/1988 B 4 P N 



NO SMOKING ON BUSES 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

WS WSTATEOTLOYEE PAY RAISE TOTALS 
pVtRUSTEE UAS MISmiN ON MAN'S IDENTITY 
AP FLUB SLIGHTS A TAR HEEL 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
CLEARING T>€ RECORD 

ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-AHERICA TEAM (BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL) 
ma^ingTreid HEAD AP'S A-A TEAM 

TMWRWKiNliin-- ptu™ . 

WILLIAMS PICKED AS STATE'S TOP PLAYER g 2 4/16/1988 D 

WILLIAMS TOP BOYS PLAYER 

ASSOCIATED PRESS HIGH SCHOOL COAOi Of THE YEAR 

H aLH FSffTE^sf SPORTS (BOYS AND GIRLS) (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, COACHES 

FANFARE/TRINITY COACH TOFS 

FANFARE/BAUCOM TOP COACH 

ASSOCIATED PRESS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

H ALSO PRAAMS, FOOTBALL (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 

se | 1 Sen^otop playerTtivnan, griffis make all-state h 

"VBI9 SfK^ K HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
FANFARE/GARNER NO. 1 
GARNER REMAINS NO. 1 
FANFARE/PREP FOOTBALL 
GAftNER7 CUMMINGS REMAIN ATOP POLL 
FANFARE/PREP POLLS 
FANFARE/RICHMOND CO. CLOSES 
FANFARE/BATH CLEANS UP 
FANFARE/PREP POLLS 
FANFARE/PREP POLLS 

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF DUKE UNIV. 

THOfiWnSbwHBiir- _. 

hS 6 MEmRIA^SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS ANNOUNCED 

«*&%& Kcl^^SlATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 
II ghfe HAWK^ FOR RETTED CITIZENS 
£1 «^ S^^^OCMT^FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 

H also oraNofK Nation for retarded citizens 

ASSfJCIATIONTO HOLD FISH FRY TODAY 

ASSOCIATION FOR THE AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 
SWEATERS, CHECKS AND BOWS 

ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
E 
N 
N 



2 12/22/1988 D 1 P N S73 



9/08/1988 D 
9/21/1988 D 
9/22/1988 D 
9/28/1983 D 
10/06/1988 D 
10/12/1988 B 
10/20/1988 D 
10/26/1988 D 
11/03/1988 D 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



S 2 1/13/1988 C 1 N 

H 2 1/15/1988 A 14 N D80 

H 2 3/03/1988 B 4 P P S76 

H 2 6/25/1988 A 12 N D80 



1 5/27/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 11/01/1988 A 6 P U W15 



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



SEE ALSO COLLEGES, U.S. 
SPANGLER MAY GIVE PRESTIGE JOB TO CHANCELLOR 

ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS FOR REFORM NOW (ACORN) 
SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOODS 
DUKE, CITY COUNCIL TREAT TENANTS UNFAIRLY 
DISPLACEMENT OF 48 FAMILIES LOOMS AS BATTLE FOR DUKE 

ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS 
SEE ALSO INDEPENDENT COLLEGE FUND OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 
SEE ALSO PRIVATE COLLEGES 
JAPANESE OFFICIALS WANT TO BUY N.C. PRIVATE COLLEGE 

ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS 

SEE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS 

ASTHMA 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
ASTHMA SUFFERERS MEET CHALLENGE OF CAMPING 
CAUTION STRESSED WITH ASTHMA DRUG 
PARENTAL CAUTION URGED ON HALTING ASTHMA DRUG 
BOY, 12. DIES OF CHICKEN POX 
GLAXO SPONSORS ASTHMA SCREENING FOR SWIMMERS 
DRUG TREATMENT CAN KEEP ASTHMATICS IN COMPETITION 

ASTROLOGY 

SEE ALSO ASTRONOMY 
REAGAN'S 'STAR' MAY HAVE LOST ITS LUSTER 

GOSH, NANCY! DO PEOPLE REALLY THINK WE'RE GULLIBLE ENOUGH... (CARTOON) 
000 BOY! THE HOROSCOPE! LESSEE... "PEOPLE MIGHT DISAGREE... (CARTOON) 
REAGAN STAR-GAZING VEXES EVANGELICALS 
REGAN'S ASTROLOGY REPORT UPSETS SOME PASTORS 
OFFBEAT HISTORY; AUGURING UP A PRESIDENT 
INSIDE 

ASTRONAUTS 

SEE ALSO ROCKETS 
SEE ALSO SPACE TRAVEL 
ASTRONAUT CAPTIVATES STUDENTS 
JENZANO RECALLS BIRTH OF SPACE TRAINING AT UNC 
ASTRONAUT'S WIDOW! THOSE RESPONSIBLE SHOULD FACE JUSTICE 
ASTRONAUTS SHOW BRAVERY 

ASTRONOMY 

SEE ALSO ASTROLOGY 

SEE ALSO COMETS (ASTRONOMY) 

SEE ALSO METEORS 

SEE ALSO SPACE RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO STARS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL MOREHEAD PLANETARIUM 

5 PLANETS ON VIEW IN JAN. SKY 

VENUS, JUPITER CONVERGE IN FEB. 

TWO PLANETS NEAR MOON THIS MONTH 

VENUS AND JUPITER PLAY CELESTIAL 'TAG' IN MARCH 

ASTRONOMICAL INSTRUMENTS ON DISPLAY 

ROLE OF 'EVENING STAR' TO PASS FROM JUPITER TO RISING MERCURY 

PLANETARIUM FEATURES PATHWAYS IN SKY 

MOON GETS VENUS VISIT 

PLANET SATURN TO MAKE ITS APPEARANCE BY MID- JUNE 

PLANETARIUM OFFERS 'ECLECTIC SPACE TRIP 

SOLSTICE! MONDAY IS LONGEST DAY OF THE YEAR 

JULY SKY IS PERFECT FOR STRETCHING OUT AND GAZING AT STARS 

METEOR SHOWERS SPARK SKYWATCHING 

NOVEMBER GOOD FOR STARGAZING 

UNC AIMS HIGH IN JOINT BID FOR ONE-OF-A-KIND TELESCOPE 

METEOR SHOWER VIEWING SET 

AT RANDOM (SUN SPORTS COLUMN) 
AT RANDOM 



H 3 2/24/1988 C 1 N K65 



H 2 2/03/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 3/01/1988 B 1 P N N36 



S 2 10/26/1988 A 10 N 



S 

cm- 

S 
H 
S 
S 


2 

1 1 
2 
2 
2 
2 


6/10/1988 B 
7/04/1988 A 
7/08/1988 A 
7/28/1988 B 
8/13/1988 B 
9/21/1988 C 


1 P F G59 

10 N 

11 N 

2 N 

8 P N W82 
4 U 


s 

H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


5/05/1988 A 
5/06/1988 A 
5/10/1988 A 
5/10/1988 B 
5/11/1988 A 
5/14/1988 A 
5/14/1988 B 


4 E 
4 T T R56 

4 T T C50 
11 N 
10 N 

4 H 

1 U T30 



H 3 2/24/1988 C 1 P N L90 

CHH 1 8/14/1988 A 7 P U 

H 2 8/31/1988 B 5 N 

S 2 10/05/1988 A 4 E 



H 


2 


1/03/1988 D 


3 D F C60 


H 


2 


1/31/1988 D 


3 D F C60 


H 


2 


2/16/1988 B 


14 N U80 


H 


2 


2/28/1988 D 


3 C F C60 


H 


? 


3/16/1988 B 


2 N 


H 


2 


4/03/1988 B 


15 D N 


H 


2 


4/03/1988 B 


15 N 


H 


2 


4/21/1988 B 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 


6/05/1988 D 


2 D F C60 


CHH 1 


6/08/1988 A 


7 P N 


CHH 1 


6/19/1988 A 


1 N K65 


H 


2 


7/02/1988 C 


7 D F 


H 


2 


10/01/1988 B 


3 C F 


H 


2 


11/13/1988 D 


3 C F C60 


S 


2 


11/25/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


12/04/1988 D 


10 M N C60 



S 2 1/08/1988 D 1 U D1S 



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AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM mrr 

nl prexy inconsistent 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

at random 

a ™godS« ^ice of 2 in toun seal probe 

NEW TOWN SEAL GIVES ATHENA A KM DRESS 
ATHLETES, ACADEMIC STANDARDS 

1 Sfc!8 BOTTMW HILL ATHLETIC ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 

VCJBtSBP IS ANNOUNCES NEW SCHOLARSHIPS 
NCHSSA INSTITUTES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 

ESSs&kis; — KBmBBm 

Ss BRANSON HONORED FOR , CLASSUORK 

J&$MiN^^t! R Dfii, DURHAM POLITICAL SCENE 
ATHLETES AND SCHOLARS 

ATTENTION ONUILLIAMS- ACADEMIC SCORING 
BARBOUR MEETS PROP 48 GUIDELINES 
NO HANDOFFS TO FENNER 

MoJPoMl^*™ ^ITIES 
U^PAfCL SEEKS PERSPECTIVE OH ATHLETICS 
^INGT^STUDENT' IN 'STUDENT ATHLETICS' 



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



S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 



1/19/1988 B 
1/28/1988 B 
2/09/1988 B 
2/19/1988 D 
2/23/1988 B 
4/13/1988 D 
4/22/1988 D 
4/25/1988 D 
5/03/1988 B 
5/06/1988 D 
5/18/1988 D 
5/25/1988 D 
5/27/1988 B 
6/01/1988 D 
6/03/1988 D 
6/07/1988 D 



2 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



6/17/1988 D 1 
7/01/1988 D 
7/08/1988 D 
7/20/1988 D 
7/28/1983 B 
8/12/1988 D 
8/30/1988 D 
9/14/1988 D 
9/22/1988 B 
10/13/1988 B 
10/26/1988 D 



11/02/1988 D 1 
11/03/1988 B 
11/09/1988 D 
11/11/1988 D 1 
11/17/1988 C 
11/22/1988 D 
11/30/1988 D 
12/08/1988 B 
12/15/1988 B 
12/29/1988 B 



U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 



H 3 3/30/1988 C 1 M B81 

H 2 5/03/1988 C 8 N 080 

CHH 1 6/19/1988 A 4 E 

CHH 1 12/23/1988 A 3 N M70 



H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 



CHH 1 



1/18/1983 A 
1/29/1988 B 
1/29/1988 B 
3/02/1988 C 
3/04/1988 A 
3/05/1983 A 
3/10/1988 B 
3/10/1988 A 
3/19/1988 C 
3/20/1988 C 
3/22/1983 A 
3/23/1988 A 
3/26/1988 A 
4/03/1988 B 
4/08/1988 A 
4/09/1988 C 
4/15/1988 B 
4/17/1988 C 
4/21/1988 A 
5/06/1988 D 
5/07/1988 C 
5/08/1988 B 
6/11/1988 A 



J 

N D85 
U 644 
N 
N 
E 
A 

N S92 
N L90 
N Y55 
N K65 
B K65 
P T32 
N 
N 

N K65 
N M14 
N C36 
E 

U F25 

N 080 

' N L90 

• N M37 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



tar heel recruit fails to graduate from high school 

unc recruit may be ineligible as freshman 

bending the rules at unc 

tar heels won't take williams 

foot-in-mouth surgery 

unc will not make exceptions in its admissions policy... (cartoon) 

academic exceptions nothing new 

academics and athletics 

unc didn't bend rules 

randy jordan unc's only prop 48 casualty 

fanfare/honor roll 

don't look now, but fall sports already here 

williams goes to kansas junior college 

fanfare/scholar-athletes 

starring in the classroom 

unc reduces number of athletic exceptions 

ncaa: athletes don't study 

valvano's emphasis deserves top grade 

valvano's gesture gains nationwide support 

nccu athletes' graduation rate surpasses others 

football players trail in unc athlete graduation rate 

fanfare/ jordan scholars 

athletes, drug abuse 
see drug abuse, athletes 

athletes, handicapped 
see also handicapped 
durham's special skiers earn olympic medals 
volunteers make event very special 
walters keeps swinging despite lou handicap 
shattering the wheelchair 'myth' 

athletes, salaries 
see also salaries, u.s. 
report! jordan to sign pact for $23 mil 

athletes, suspensions 
see also college basketball 
see also college football 
see also sports, scandals 
hillside's cherry still out 

athletic scholarships 
see also colleges, n.c., sports 
see also duke univ. sports, scholarships 
see also scholarships (see also names of scholarships) 
see also sports, college non-revenue 
the cream of the crop/the class of '88 

atlanta, georgia 

detective novelist formerly of chapel hill dies in atlanta 
"frankly, my dear, i don't give a damn." (cartoon) 

atlanta braves 
see also baseball 
fanfare/et cetera 

cox, braves focus on pitching help for 1988 season 
cox, braves are high on young prospects 
first things first! win, then sign deal 
durham's triple-a potential another problem for raleigh 
braves' perry hopes to steal some victories this season 
spring training reports begin on monday 
braves creating monster with gant-blauser tandem 
braves battling bumps, bruises 

braves hope trio of young arms can bring home some major wins 
blauser, gant await break with braves 
eave likes being 'insurance policy' 
roster set for bulls 
sutter's progress suits atlanta skipper! 'stopper' not about to be... 



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



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



CHH 1 
H 2 



6/15/1988 B 
6/20/1988 B 
6/24/1988 A 
6/24/1988 B 
6/29/1988 A 
6/29/1988 
6/29/1988 
6/30/1988 
7/11/1988 
7/23/1988 
8/11/1988 
8/21/1988 
8/25/1988 D 
11/09/1988 D 
11/10/1988 A 
11/17/1988 
12/13/1988 
12/17/1988 
12/18/1983 
12/21/1988 
12/21/1983 



12/26/1988 B 



N 

N 

L 

N M14 

L 

T C50 

E 

L 

L 

N 

N 

N U08 

N 

N 

E 

N 

E 

E 

N M14 

N 080 

N S17 

N 



S 2 1/19/1988 B 5 P N A76 

S 2 4/22/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 7/17/1988 C 1 P U M14 

CHH 1 8/05/1988 A 1 P N B21 



H 2 4/09/1988 B 1 P N 



S 2 2/02/1988 B 2 N G44 



S 2 6/14/1988 D 2 P N 



m 


1 


7/11/1988 A 


5 N M25 


H 


2 


7/17/1988 D 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 


2/06/1988 B 


2 P N C52 


S 


2 


2/06/1988 B 


3 P N P52 


H 


2 


2/07/1988 C 


10 N C52 


H 


2 


3/06/1988 C 


9 N C52 


H 


2 


3/12/1988 D 


5 P N 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 C 


10 P N 


H 


2 


3/28/1988 D 


1 P U C68 


H 


2 


3/28/1988 D 


5 P N C68 


H 


2 


3/30/1988 D 


1 P U C68 


S 


2 


3/30/1988 D 


2 P N P52 


S 


2 


3/31/1988 B 


1 P N P52 


S 


2 


4/01/1988 D 


4 N P52 


H 


2 


4/02/1988 D 


3 P U C68 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 118 
1/24/89 



DODD JOHNSON TO GIVE CATCHINO ATRY 

HHUJFS OPEN UITH NO-SO-GREAT EXPECTATIONS ^ m 

BAILEY PROMOTED? LITTLE GETS POST AS BULLS' MANAGER 

IcfmPIRE/REFE^GETS RARE OFFICIATING DOUBLE PLAY 
STMEtfPEARS SET FOR BULLST KINSTON SHOWDOWN FOR TITLE 
AFTER BIGSTRIBES, SMTHAND MILLER 1 STEP FROM BIGS 

Kites!** issuTthreatens to leave braks 

RRAVFS' BRASS TON' T TWNK MUCH OF AARON'S REMARKS 
BAILEY LIKES Tf£ LOOKS OF BRAVES' PROGRAM 
FANFARE/BRAVES EXPAND ROSTER 

ARSONS IN CHARLOTTE? 

ftW BW HARMONY J, HUMOR 

A^AmS 1 - Mislo CHAUFFEUR ALONG WITH XB 
ATLANTA DOESN'T HIRE HAMMONDS 

A^lffiSE POLITICS PAST, PRESENT 

A^AKNcTuaVs'cARTERET TO STUDY SEWAGE DISPOSAL 
NAVY CLEANUP' OF N.C. BEACHES NETS LITTLE DEBRIS 
A(\mk SAILORS JOIN N.C. BEACH CLEANUP EFFORT 
GWE^ SEES NO REASON FCR LA^JIT AGAINST NAVY 
MORE DEBRIS WASHES UP ON N.C. SHORES 

ATLANTIC CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN EDUCATION 

^S&Wat ™ « <™ sows 

a^^ve^SSPlist 
reaves earns honors 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

BURRUsi FREE THROWS LIFT ELON, 74-73 
LENOIR-RHYNE, 75-65 

KW^FRON penicr county 

A^lfflfLEAjfArflLOOD DONATIOHMTTLE 

ACC GETS INON BASKETBALL'S LATEST TREND-THE JUCO 
FANFARE/NBJ ACC POST 

SraKScC^NSTON-SALEM DEBATE ISSUE GUIDE (CARTOON) 
ACC SHOULD MODIFY GAG ORDER ON COACHES 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 
SEE ANTHONY J. MCKEVLIN AWARD 

'^^%^b$F®&X*£ BASEBALL TEAM 
ACC BASEBALL SCHEDULE ALREADY UNDERWAY 
TAR KEELSCAPTURE ACC SWIMMING 
DUKEWOCN'S GOLF 2ND AT SHEEHAN TOURNEY 
MARYLAND STICKS DUKE, 10-5 

^^K^S DOOR ON DEACOtB 
tar HFP LS NIP BLUE DEVILS; GAY, STATE LEAD DUKE GOLF 
GAY llADS WCLFPACK GOLFERS TO IRAN DUKE CHAMPIONSHIP 
MASSE LEADS WAKE BY UNC 



S I T 
E ELY 

D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



4/04/1988 D 

4/05/1988 D 

5/24/1988 B 

5/24/1988 D 

5/29/1988 B 

6/12/1988 

6/26/1988 

7/12/1988 

8/21/1988 

8/28/1988 

9/25/1988 



11/18/1988 B 



6 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
13 
4 



N P52 
N P52 
N C52 
U D18 
N C52 
N C52 
N C52 
N C68 
N C52 
N C52 
N C52 
N 



H 2 6/17/1988 B 4 P N 

H 2 3/15/1988 C 7 P R L59 

H 2 1/17/1988 B 5 N J40 

H 2 1/21/1988 A 1 P N G33 

H 2 7/26/1988 A 6 P U W15 



H 2 7/26/1988 A 9 N 

H 2 8/11/1988 A 1 N 

H 2 8/12/1988 A 10 N 

H 2 8/12/1988 A 10 P N 

H 2 8/15/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 1/28/1988 C 17 N J40 



S 2 3/04/1983 A 14 N 
S 2 7/25/1988 C 10 N 



2 1/24/1988 C 

2 2/07/1988 C 

2 2/21/1988 C 

2 2/23/1988 B 

2 4/17/1988 C 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/27/1988 C 
5/22/1988 C 
5/26/1988 D 
8/11/1988 D 
9/25/1988 D 
11/18/1988 A 



2/28/1988 C 
2/28/1988 C 
2/29/1988 B 
3/14/1988 D 
3/18/1988 B 
3/25/1988 B 
3/27/1988 C 
3/28/1988 D 
3/30/1988 D 



2 


N 


7 


N 


3 


N 


4 


N 


5 


N 


8 


N 


1 


C N M14 


3 


N 


3 


N 


4 T T R56 


4 


E 



10 


N C52 


12 


N 


3 


N 


6 


N 


5 


N 


4 


N 


9 P N 





N 


2 


N 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJE 



TAR HEELS RIP DEVILS, 21-9 

JACKETS HOLD OFF WOLFPACK; CLEMSON THUMPS UNC, 8-5 

LEBRUN, ORLEY PACE LADY DEVILS; TRIANGLE BASEBALL TEAMS STUMBLE 

UOLFPACK HOLDS BACK HEELS; WAKE FOREST RIPS DUKE, 21-4 

UNC WHIPS WAKE; DUKE LOSES 17TH IN ROW 

PACK ROUTS MARYLAND IN DOUBLE-HEADER SWEEP 

DUKE DOWNS GA, TECH, BREAKS 19-GAME SKID 

TOP-SEEDED DUKE ADVANCES IN ACC WOMEN'S TENNIS 

BLUE DEVILS FULL OFF UPSET OF NO, 5 LOYOLA IN LACROSSE 

FANFARE/ACC BASEBALL 

RED-HOT WOLFPACK BEATS NO. 6 CLEMSON 

FANFARE/TIGERS TAKE ACC TITLE 

ACC BASEBALL TOURNEY BEGINS 

UNC RIPS UVA IN ACC OPENER 

UNC ROLLS; CLEMSON WHIPS BLUE DEVILS 

TIGERS CRAWL PAST BLUE DEVILS 

UNC NIPS CLEMSON; TECH WINS 

TAR HEELS TOP TECH IN ACC 

TAR HEELS DUMP CLEMSON, REACH ACC TITLE GAME 

JACKETS CAPTURE TITLE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (MEN) 
SEE ALSO ACC IN THE NBA (SUN COLUMN) 
TERPS BREAK ACC DROUGHT 
ACC STANDINGS 
ACC STANDINGS 

TERPS GIVE WADE FIRST LEAGUE WIN 
PACK, TIGERS BEGIN ACC WARS TONIGHT 
RALLY RESCUES 'PACK 

TECH NIPS LOUISVILLE; ACC POSTS 4-1 MARK 
BLUE DEVILS LOOK TO EXTEND THEIR MASTERY OVER CAVS 
BLUE DEVILS HOPE TO EXTEND MASTERY OF CAVS 
ACC STANDINGS 
TERPS ON TOP OF ACC 

WOLFPACK LOOKS TO HAND MORGAN ST. 9TH STRAIGHT DEFEAT 
NANCE ON HOT STREAK 
DEACONS RALLY PAST WINTHROP 
TAR HEELS OVERPOWER TERPS 
ACC WARS BEGIN IN EARNEST TODAY 
WADE'S TERPS WARY OF HOST BLUE DEVILS 
ACC STANDINGS 

UOLFPACK RALLIES PAST TECH 
'PACK INVADES STAAK'S 'HOME* TURF 
UOLFPACK CAN'T MATCH DEACS' INTENSITY 
CAVALIERS SURPRISE TERPS 
MICHAEL JORDAN IS FOCAL POINT OF OPPONENTS 
DEVILS' DEFENSE, DISCIPLINE STUN UNC 
WHAT HOME EDGE? 
•PACK CAN'T PUT CAROLINA AUAY 
CAVS SURPRISE GEORGIA TECH 
ACC STANDINGS 

FAMILIAR NAMES SHOULD DOT DRAFT 
DEL NEGRO BASKET PUSHES UOLFPACK BY TERPS, 83-81 
'PACK HOLDS ON TO DOWN TERPS 

DEACONS SURPRISE NO, 3 TAR HEELS WITH 2ND-HALF RALLY 
DEACONS DECK TAR HEELS 
TECH TRYING TO CLIMB ACC LADDER 
HEELS' JACK-OF-ALL-TRABES COMES IN FROM COLD 
CAVS HOLD OFF DEACS; TO FACE WOLFPACK NEXT 
AWESOME DEVILS ROUT TIGERS 
TERPS TRIP IRISH 
ACC BASKETBALL: FOCUS ON PARITY 
AREA COLLEGE COACHES JOIN FIGHT AGAINST DRUGS 
ACC STANDINGS 
DEACS UIN; HEELS TRAVEL 
TAR HEELS BLUNT TIGERS' BRIEF CHALLENGE 
AN IRISH LOCK? 
ACC STANDINGS 
ACC STANDINGS 
PACK GETS BAPTIST BREAK 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


p 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


3/31/1988 D 


2 N 


H 


2 


4/03/1988 C 


15 N 


H 


2 


4/04/1988 D 


2 N 


H 


2 


4/06/1988 D 


2 N 


H 


2 


4/07/1988 D 


2 N 


H 


2 


4/10/1988 B 


9 N 


H 


2 


4/11/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


4/16/1988 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


4/17/1988 C 


10 N 


H 


2 


4/29/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


5/08/1988 C 


10 N 


H 


2 


5/09/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


5/11/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


5/11/1988 D 


6 N 


H 


2 


5/12/1988 D 


1 P N 


S 


2 


5/12/1988 B 


2 N 


H 


2 


5/13/1988 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


5/14/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/15/1988 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


5/16/1983 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/03/1988 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/03/1988 C 


1 C N 


S 


2 


1/04/1988 D 


2 C N 


S 


2 


1/04/1988 D 


7 N 


H 


2 


1/06/1988 B 


2 N C52 


S 


2 


1/07/1988 B 


1 P U D18 


S 


2 


1/07/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


1/09/1988 D 


1 N C52 


S 


2 


1/09/1988 B 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


1/11/1988 D 


2 C N 


S 


2 


1/11/1988 D 


6 P N 


H 


2 


1/13/1988 B 


2 N 


S 


2 


1/14/1988 B 


2 P U P52 


S 


2 


1/14/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


1/15/1988 D 


1 P N F25 


H 


2 


1/16/1988 D 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 


1/16/1988 B 


2 P U F25 


S 


2 


1/18/1988 D 


2 C N 


S 


2 


1/18/1988 D 


4 N 


S 


2 


1/20/1988 D 


1 C N F25 


S 


2 


1/21/1988 B 


1 C N F25 


S 


2 


1/21/1988 B 


2 C N 


S 


2 


1/21/1988 B 


4 P U P52 


S 


2 


1/22/1988 D 


1 P U D18 


S 


2 


1/23/1988 B 


2 U F25 


s 


2 


1/25/1988 D 


3 P U F25 


s 


2 


1/25/1988 D 


4 N 


s 


2 


1/27/1988 D 


1 C N 


s 


2 


1/27/1988 D 


3 P U P52 


H 


2 


1/28/1988 B 


2 C N C52 


S 


2 


1/28/1988 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 B 


1 P N M14 


S 


2 


1/29/1988 B 


1 P N F25 


H 


2 


1/30/1988 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


1/31/1988 C 


1 P U M14 


S 


2 


2/01/1988 D 


5 C N 


S 


2 


2/02/1988 B 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


2/03/1988 D 


1 C N 


S 


2 


2/03/1988 D 


1 P N F25 


H 


2 


2/04/1988 D 


3 P N C52 


S 


2 


2/04/1988 B 


1 C N 


S 


2 


2/04/1988 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


2/05/1988 D 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


2/06/1988 B 


2 U F25 


S 


2 


2/06/1988 B 


2 C N 


H 


2 


2/07/1988 C 


6 C N 


H 


2 


2/08/1988 B 


2 N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1938 



SUBJECTS 



UOLFPACK QUIETS CAMERON CRAZIES 
SCOTT'S 'MIRACLE' SHOT SHOCKS DEPAUL 
YELLOU JACKETS SHOOT DOWN TOPS 
NCAA TALK HEATS UP 
REID'S ROLL 

^PflQp^T SHAKE CHAPEL HILL JINX 
DIKE, UNC SEEKING EDGE ON ROAD 
OFfENSESAVES DEFENSELESS DEVILS 
PLAYING THE FIELD _ ^^ 
DIKE GETS DAVIS COMMITMENT 
VIRGINIA TALKING 10 OR DIE 
ACC CO-LEADERS TRY TO KEEP PACE 
UNC STRUGGLES PAST UAKE FOREST 

Km™ 5a JBSHb S quite well out west 

SH^LEmDSTILL QUESTIONABLE; UNC GOES FOR 1ST F1ACE 

HKEfME 'BLOOD FEUD* TO JAYHAWKS _ 

ACC?S NCAA MDS: MARYLAND RIDING THE FENCE 

TEM& BOMBS COLD TAR HERS IN SECOND HALF 

JACKETS WITHSTAND 'PACK ATTACK 

Ct^STRQNGNO. U ACC PLACES FOLK 

BLUE DEVILS TRAVEL TO WOLVES' DEN 

NO HOME LIKE AWAY FROM HOME M<c 

ACC COACHES DISLIKE THE 'BENCHING' RULE 

VALVANO^EALSSECRET 'STRATEGY' FOR BLUE DEVILS 

WCLFPACK COOLS OFT DEVILS „_,, 

COBLE DONATES ACC TICKETS TO RAFFLE 

RR KWUTiSBP » 

JS^y^^^^l^^ UNC-ASHEVILLE 

ACC STANDINGS _ 

f^cK fKuT^vLaNO CARES LESS 

K^t &%%»« TITLE 

CLEMSON SHOCKS BLUE DEVILS, 79-77 . 

DUKE COLLAPSES AT CLEMSON 

NiC. STATE PEAKING FOR POST-SEASON PLAY 

IT'S TIME TOGIVE VALVANO A LITTLE CREDIT 

DUKE'S FERRY, UNC'S REID HEAD AP ALL-ACC SELECTIONS 

HOC SWEET HOME! DEVILS DUKE UNC 

ACC STANDINGS , ^ 

FERRY, REID TOP ALL-ACC _ m 

ACC SENDS 5i DUKE IN SMITH CENTER 

INTEREST NOW SHIFTS TO NCAA TOURNAMENT 

DUKE WASN'T OVERRATED 

KT^I^^^tKTlAY EACH OTKIR FOR FUN 
12 ACC PLAYERS INVITED TO OLYMPIC TRIALS 
ACC HAS OLYMPIC TRADITION 

C^EGIATE C BAf CTALL CONTINUES IN TRIANGLE 

IB H 9 ^iSS^st trend-the JUCO 

SMtMcC RECRUITING UOES 
FANFARE/ACC-BIG east talk 

ACC^G^DISCUSS DECEMBER TOURNAMENT 

ACC' LOSES A SEVENTH REFEREE TO THE PROFESSIONAL RANKS 

RECRUITS COMING OUT EARLY FOR ACCTCAMS 

WakvSmnmwi o^lay football, but ion-t 

UOLFPACX'S^UCKER BEEFS UP FOSTHOSE BATTLES ON THE INSIDE 
SrrinNW mnKTE GUARD LEARNS LESSON THE HARD WAY 
Att^SkTMIDSTOF BANNER SEASON FOR RECRUITS 
GA. TECH TAKES TOP ACC PRIZE 
DUKE BASKETBALL PRESEASON NO. 1 



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4/21/1988 D 
4/26/1988 B 
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5/22/1988 C 
6/01/1988 D 
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8/13/1988 D 
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WHO'S NO. 1? IT'S A DEVILISH DECISION (SPECIAL SECTION) 

VIRGINIA GRABS FIRST RECRUIT; UNC, CLE1S0N MISS OUT 

FANFARE/ACC SIGNEES 

UEEMS' RETURN GIVES PACK BACKCOURT BOOST 

BASKETBALL NOTES 

UNC-STANFORD HIGHLIGHTS ACC SLATE 

PIRATES INVADE CAMERON, FACE NO. 1 DEVILS 

ACC STANDINGS 

ACC-BIG EAST MATCHUP FOR '89 NEAR COMPLETION 

TECH ENDS ITS COASTING DAYS VERSUS BAPTIST/ACC ROUNDUP 

REID UNLIKELY TO SEE ACTION AGAINST UCLA 

ACC-BIG EAST SERIES SET FOR LAST STAGE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (WOMEN) 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, SPORTS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (GENERAL; SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER EACH SCHOOL) 

FANFARE/WOMEN'S POLL 

ACC STANDINGS 

DUKE WOMEN UPSET NO. 12 TERPS 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

SURPRISING DEACONS LOOK TO MAKE WAVES IN TOURNEY 

MARYLAND, VIRGINIA HEAD ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS 

VIRGINIA, MARYLAND IN WOMEN'S FINAL 

MARYLAND CAPTURES ACC WOMEN'S CROWN 

ACC TEAMS EARN FOUR INVITATIONS TO NCAA WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT 

ACC WOMEN! THE BEST KEEP GETTING BETTER, BUT OTHERS... 

ATLANTIC COAST COHERENCE, BASKETBALL SCHEDULES 

1988-89 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 
1988-89 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL TOURNEY (MEN) 
2 BIG CONTESTS SET FOR N.C. 
CAN DUKE TURN MOMENTUM INTO TITLE? 
VALVANO LOVES PRESSURE, HATES GREENSBORO 
THE SECOND ACC SEASON 

HEART-TO-HEART GIVES TAR HEELS GET UP AND GO 
5 UNC TEAMS, DUKE TO STORM THE NCAA 
JURY STILL OUT ON UNPREDICTABLE HEELS 
MATCHUPS; WAKE FOREST TRIES TO REPEAT VS, 
TERPS HOPE BUBBLE DOESN'T BURST IN ACC 
TOURNEY OPENS AFTER SEASON MINUS PARITY 
ACC CALM BEFORE STORM 
BILAS COLOR STILL TRUE DUKE BLUE 
ACC NOTEBOOK; LONGSHOTS, SLEEPERS AND DREAMS 
CHAPEL HILL POLICE EXPECTING NO ACC TOURNEY TROUBLES 
SCOTT'S EMERGENCE GIVES JACKETS NEW LIFE 
GATLIN PICKS UP THE PIECES 
THERE IS TRULY NO TIME LIKE ACC TOURNEY TIME 
GETTING READY 

ACC NOTEBOOK! LONGSHOTS, SLEEFERS AND DREAMS 

FANS— ACC FANATICS— CAN BE FOUND AT B&G GRILL, FRIENDLY CITY BARBER 
RANZINO GETS UP TO LEAD TAR HEELS 
BLUE DEVILS TURN UGLY, BUT BEAT VIRGINIA 
SMITH BOMBS DEMON DEACS 
'VIDEO' PACK NIPS CLEMSON 
GATLIN INSPIRES TERPS' WIN 
ACC NOTEBOOK; STRICKEN FATHER'S 
ACC NOTEBOOK; STRICKEN FATHER'S 
ACC/THE NUMBERS 

FOR ONE HALF, NIGHTMARE OF CLEMSON HAUNTED DUKE 
BANKING AND BASKETBALL 
TAKING IT TO THE HOOP 
WOLFPACK GETS MOTIVATION FROM MOVIES 
DUKE'S D BAILS OUT OFFENSE 
DEVILS GET SLOPPY WIN 
UNC TOO MUCH FOR WAKE 
TERPS LEAVE TECH REELING 
•SHACK' SENDS TIGERS PACKING 



UNC 



ADVICE TO BOYD: PLAY AND HAVE FUN 
ADVICE TO BOYD! PLAY AND HAVE FUN 



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ACC TOURNAMENT/AT A GLANCE 
^SStI M DUURY TO TERPS 

KSSfe^S'Sot OH, m GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP 

UP IN ARMS TTT1 _ ..__ 

3H SffiS, ™^t &«»: BLUE DEVILS BEAT TAR HEELS... 

A^SENIS 5i DUKE INSMITH CENTER 

COMING AWAY WITH SOMETHING 

BLUE DEVILS FUEL CLUTCH WITH EMOTION 

^notebook: you listening, grandma? 

SKidIaTTLES DUKE'S QUIN SNYIER FOR POSSESSION 

ROBERT 8 BRIGAND DANNY FERRY CELEBRATE HJKE'S ACC TITLE TRIUHF*... 

TARHEELS SUFFER CRUSHING DEFEAT 

•PACK 'HUNGRY' AFTER LOSS 

BLUE DEVILS EARN PRECIOUS VICTORY 

ISiKE DEFENSE KEEPS UNC 'OUT' 

A DEVIL OF A TOURNEY 

A DEVIL OF A TOURNEY 

NCAA" NOTES: A KrSkI APOLOGIZES FOR LACK OF ETIQUETTE 
V^ANO CONCERNED ABOUT OFFICIATING 
nSm?sm±RaiSH BEATING 'CLASSY' KEELS ^^ 
TAR KEELS EXPECT LETTOWN FOLLOWING ACC TOURNAMENT 
TAR HERS TRY TO SHAKE ACC HANGER 
ACC ATGREENSBORO: A SHAKY FUTURE 

SgB ^^^^TC^S^CHARLOTTE FOR 2 YEARS 
FANFARE/COUNTEREXPANSICN 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL TOURNEY (WOMEN) 
VIRGINIA, MARYLAND IN FINALS 

^TI^GI^NO A LITTLE CREDIT 
FANEARE/V VOTED VANGUARD „„, 

UKC'SSHITH, DIKE'S FERRY GRAB HONORS 
SPURRIER ACC COACH OF YEAR : 

K'sSK^S OF THE YEAR BY AP 

ATLANTIC CCAST CONFERENCE, COLLEGE BOWLS 
cfT ALSO COLLEGE BOWLS 

Citrus BmCTB PresmE «x link 

FANf ARE/FORD SOUR ON CITRUS 

cmUS K'' i ACC G FCRM COMMITTEE TO STUDYBERTH 
CITRUS SOUL TAKES STEP TOWARD ACC COMMITMENT 
ACC, CITRUS BOWL PEACH AGREEMENT 

A ^ IC AlKl C St^CUAST^WcE FOOTBALL TEAM 
ACC SUPER BOWL ROSTER 

SgTKM K'ESW a «cc re™.™ 

BUPSWJBtauuhn. 

FEU^ACC PLAYERS TMSNIN FIRST DAY OF NFL DRAFT 



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SUBJECTS 



CITRUS BOWL EYES POSSIBLE ACC LINK 

FANFARE/FORD SOUR ON CITRUS 

ACC TO GO BOWLING? 

CITRUS BOWL, ACC FORM COMMITTEE TO STUDY BERTH 

FOOTBALL FEVER 

ACC SENIORS RATED BUMPER CROP FOR NFL 

FANFARE/TIGERS ARE TOP PICK 

BENNETT TO PROVIDE COLOR ON ACC FOOTBALL BROADCASTS 

BENNETT TO DO ACC COLOR 

NEW QBS HOLD THE KEY FOR DEVILS, PACK, HEELS 

ACC FOOTBALL COACHES SPEAK UP, SAY LITTLE 

CITRUS BOWL TAKES STEP TOWARD ACC COMMITMENT 

LAST-PLACE PICK DOESN'T SIT WELL WITH DUKE'S SPURRIER 

CLEMSON BEGINS FALL FOOTBALL WORKOUTS 

SFURRIER CAN'T BELIEVE DUKE PICKED LAST 

ACC, CITRUS BOWL REACH AGREEMENT 

KRIVAK COLORS LATEST EDITION OF TERRAPINS GREEN 

HERALD PRESEASON ALL-ACC TEAM 

1988 ACC FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 

DEFENSE DOMINATES IN WOLFPACK SCRIMMAGE 

AGENTS, CARTER INDICTED 

THE DURHAM SUN'S 1988 ACC PICKS 

CLEMSON ONLY 'SURE THING' IN 1988 

CARTER-FINLEY BRINGS OUT PACKS' BEST 

TAR HEEL RECRUITS GO SOUTH OF THE BORDER 

GAMECOCKS PROVE TOO MUCH FOR UNC 

ACC BEGINS TO LINE UP AGAINST NATION'S &ITE 

THE DURHAM SUN SPORTS STAFF PREDICTS: COLLEGE FOOTBALL 

SOONERS HAND UNC QUICK KO 

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE COMES UP SHORT 

DOWN-HOME DANNY ANTICIPATES FSU 

NOTING THE ACC ' 

DILWEG LEADS DUKE VICTORY 

FORD GETS MEETING ABOUT ACC 'IDIOT' 

FOOT-IN-MCUTH DISEASE GROWING OLD FOR FORD 

AT RANDOM 

IN TIGER COUNTRY, JUST WHO'S CHEATING WHO? 

DEVILS, CAVS AWAITING 'HIGH NOON' 

DILWEG GUIDES DUKE TO 4-0 

VICTORY LEAVES DUKE »D' FRUSTRATED 

INTERCEPTION LIFTS CLEMSON OVER GEORGIA TECH 

ACC'S FAIRCLOTH! REFEREES MADE ERRORS AT CLEMSON 

'89 WOLFPACK HAS EARLY TESTS 

NO. 4 TIGERS MAKE QUICK WORK OF UNC 

TAR HEELS READY FOR ACC BATTLES 

SYRACUSE'S BIG PLAYS SEND TERPS TUMBLING 

DOOLEY! TAKE LOOK AT UNC OPPONENTS 

BLUE DEVIL QB DILWEG ATTRACTING SOME LOOKS FOR HEISMAN TROPHY 

ALL CAVS HAVE TO DO IS BEAT NO. 11 CLEMSON 

ACC STANDINGS 

IMPROVED 'PACK OVERPOWERS BUGS 

TIGERS DODGE CAVS 

UNC'S MARRIOTT, GOSS QUESTIONABLE 

NO ONE ENVIES ECU'S BAKER 

FOR DUKE FANS, LONG WAIT PAYS OFF 

ACC STANDINGS 

TAR l€ELS' LOSING SKID CLOSING IN ON LEADERS 

HEELS INEPT ON OFFENSE AND DEFENSE 

DEACS EDGE TERPSj TECH SHOCKS GAMECOCKS 

HERE'S A TALENTED BUNCH WHO COULD PLAY FOOTBALL, BUT DON'T 

'PACK'S CITRUS HOPES SLIM 

ACC GAME OFTHEWEEK NOT ONEONTV 

ACC STANDINGS 

STATE'S DEFENSE CLOBBERS CLEMSON 

KENT STATE WRITER! FANS 'ALREADY TIRED OF PREDICTABLE OFFENSE* 

SOUTH CAROLINA DUMPS PACK 

TAR HEELS TRY TO LEARN FROM DEFEAT 

WAKE FOREST HAMMERS DUKE 

WEAK OFFENSE COSTLY FOR WOLFPACK 

PENN STATE CONTINUES MASTERY OF TERPS 



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8/01/1988 D 

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8/10/1988 D 

8/13/1983 D 

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8/23/1988 D 

8/23/1988 D 

8/24/1988 B 

8/25/1988 D 

8/26/1988 D 

8/26/1988 D 

8/28/1988 C 

9/01/1988 D 

9/04/1988 B 

9/08/1988 D 

9/09/1988 D 

9/11/1988 C 

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9/26/1988 D 

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9/29/1988 D 

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10/02/1988 C 

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10/10/1983 D 

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39 

4 

1 

6 

6 

6 

3 

1 

4 

3 

1 

5 

3 

1 

1 

4 

4 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

6 

3 

1 

1 

4 

5 

3 

3 

4 

4 

2 

5 

4 

1 

1 

1 

5 

6 

6 

2 
n 

£ 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
5 
1 
2 
6 



N 
N 

U D18 
N 

U D18 
N C36 
N 
N 
N 

N C49 
U D18 
N 

N C49 
N 

U D18 
N 
N 
N 
I 
N 
N 
N 

N F25 
N 

N C49 
N C49 
N C49 
N 

N C49 
N 

N C49 
U F25 
N C52 
N 

N C49 
U D18 
U M14 
N 

N C52 
U F25 
N 
N 

U M14 
N C49 
N C49 
N 
N 

N C49 
N 
N 

U F25 
N 
N 

U M14 
U C49 
N 
N 

U G44 
N 

N C49 
U F25 
U M14 
N 

U F25 
U M14 
N 

U G44 
N C52 
U G44 
N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



K IN SKM TITLE, BUT TERPS STILL IN THE WAY 
HARTMAN'S FG GIVES WOLFPACK TIE WITH BUKE 

IB RMWUEw """"^ 

ACC STANDINGS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, OFFICIALS 

SfgM SGk^SE H« TO HISS TAR EL 6ME... 

DEVILSPAY PRICE FOR SPURRIER'S REMARKS 

UOTSTEVE SPRIER SHOULD HAVE SAID. (CARTOON) 
COACHES: ACC SHOULD REVIEW RULE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, B0LF«ej) 

FURCH'S HOMER PACES BLUE DEVILS OVER IRISH 

WAKE FACES SOUTHERN CHARGE IN ACC 

TAR HEELS CAPTURE ACC SUITING 

DUKE WOMEN'S GOLF 2ND AT SHEEHAN TOURNEY 

UNC BASEBALL NIPS PIRATES , 

RMK B"^ KK FIVE-STROKE LEAD IN ACC 

[S™ CUSHION IN ACC GOLF TOURNEY 
CLEMSON FLEES CARDINAL WITH ACC GOLF TITLE 

Bnn B&^sISlF, HERSH ELIMINATED 
FANFARE/ACC TO NORTHGREEN 

ATUOT uk WKb'R lacrosse season 

MARYLAND STICKSDUKE, 10-5 
FANFARE/ACC LACROSSE TEAM 

ATLANTIC COAST DWERENCE, PLAYER OF THE WEEK 
FANFARE/SHACK ATTACK 
FANFARE/FERRY, WEEK'S BEST 
FANFARE/ETC.^ 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
ALL-ACC FLAYERS 
FANFARE/ACC PLAYERS OF WEEK 
FANFARE/ET CETERA „ 

FANFARE/BLUE DEVILS HONORED 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

FANFARE/ACC HONORS 

FANFARE/ ACCOLADES 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

FANFARE/ACC HONORS 

FANFARE/ACC ALERT 

FANFARE/ACC'S BEST 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

FANFARE/FOX NAMED TOP PLAYER 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

FANFARE/FERRY TCP GUN 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD 



N 
P 

H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 



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



11/11/1983 B 
11/11/1988 B 
11/13/1983 C 
11/14/1988 D 
11/16/1988 D 
11/20/1988 C 
11/21/1988 D 
11/27/1988 C 



U M14 
N C49 
N C52 
U D18 
N 

N C49 
U G44 
N 



11/14/1988 A 
11/15/1988 A 
11/15/1988 B 
11/16/1988 A 



CHH 1 11/16/1988 A 
H 2 11/17/1988 D 
S 2 11/18/1988 A 
H 2 11/28/1988 A 



N 

N C52 
U D18 
E 

T C50 
N C52 
E 
L 



S 2 8/26/1988 D 10 I 



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



2/27/1988 B 
2/28/1988 C 
2/28/1988 C 
2/29/1988 B 
3/07/1988 D 
4/15/1988 B 
4/16/1988 D 
4/16/1988 B 
4/17/1988 C 
4/18/1988 D 
5/25/1988 B 
5/26/1988 D 
11/15/1983 B 



6 
10 
12 
3 
3 
3 
1 
4 
1 
1 
4 
4 
4 



N 

N C49 
N 
N 
N 
N 
' N C49 
N 

N C49 
N M98 
N 
N 
N 



H 2 3/13/1988 C 
H 2 3/14/1988 D 
H 2 6/15/1988 B 



15 P N Y55 
6 N 
4 N 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/05/1983 D 
1/12/1983 B 
1/19/1988 B 
2/02/1988 C 
2/09/1988 C 
2/10/1988 B 
9/06/1988 B 
9/13/1988 B 
9/14/1988 B 
9/21/1988 D 
10/04/1988 D 
10/05/1988 B 
10/12/1983 B 
10/1S/198S D 
10/25/1988 B 
11/02/1983 B 
11/08/1988 B 
11/09/1983 D 
11/15/1988 B 
11/16/1988 D 
11/22/1988 D 
12/06/1988 D 
12/07/1988 D 
12/13/1988 D 
12/27/1988 D 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
N 

N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



S U B J E 



FERRY AP»S ACC PLAYER OF YEAR - 

FERRY ACC'S TOP PLAYER 

RUN THAT BACK 

UNC'S SMITH, DUKE'S FERRY GRAB HONORS 

DILWEG, SPURRIER WIN ACC HONORS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, ROOKIE OF THE WEEK 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
BARBOUR ACC'S ROOKIE OF WEEK 
FANFARE/ACC PLAYERS OF WEEK 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
FANFARE/ACC HONORS 
FANFARE/ACC 'S BEST 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 
SCOTT BEST ROOKIE 
TECH'S SCOn TOP ROOKIE IN ACC 
'PACK'S CAMPBELL IS TOP ROOKIE 
PACK'S CAMPBELL TOP ACC ROOKIE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SCHOLARSHIPS 
ELON'S BRANSON HONORED FOR CLASSWCRK 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SOCCER (MEN) 

NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA TOP TEAMS IN DOMINANT ACC SOCCER 

FANFARE/ACC SOCCER 

FANFARE/SOCCER ACTION 

VIRGINIA EARNS TOP ACC SOCCER HONORS 

DUKE, PACK, UNC ADVANCE 

CAVS, TAR HEELS REACH SOCCER FINAL 

YCRKS' GOAL GIVES CAVS WIN OVER HEELS, ACC TITLE 

FANFARE/NCAA SOCCER BIDS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SOCCER (WOMEN) 

N.C. STATE, UNC WOMEN BATTLE TO TIE IN MATCHUP OF TOP TEAMS 
FANFARE/ACC WOMEN'S SOCCER 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SWIMMING (MEN) 
SEE ALSO SWIMMING 
FANFARE/UNC-UVA. SWIMMING 
TAR HEELS LEAD MEET 

FURCH'S HOMER PACES BLUE [EVILS OVER IRISH 
TAR HEELS CAPTURE ACC SWIMMING 
TAR HEELS CAPTURE ACC SWIMMING 
FROSH STARS IN NCAA SWIMMING 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SWIMMING (WOMEN) 
FANFARE/UNC-UVA. SWIMMING 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, TENNIS (MEN) 
MARYLAND STICKS DUKE, 10-5 
FANFARE/ACC TENNIS 
GA. TECH BUMPS HEELS IN TENNIS 

GEORGIA TECH AND CLEMSON MOVE INTO ACC TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP 
CLEMSON MEN CAPTURE SIXTH STRAIGHT ACC TENNIS TITLE 
TIGERS TOP TECH 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, TENNIS (WOMEN) 

FURCH'S HOMER PACES BLUE DEVILS OVER IRISH 

FANFARE/ACC TENNIS 

ACC WOMEN'S TENNIS OPENS AT DUKE 

TOP-SEEDED DUKE ADVANCES IN ACC WOMEN'S TENNIS 

HEELS UPSET 

COURTING THE TITLE 

BLUE DEVILS NET WOMEN'S CROWN 

DUKE 6TH IN NCAA WOMEN'S GOLF; HERSH ELIMINATED 







1/24/89 


N 
P 


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


H 
S 
H 
H 
H 


2 3/08/1988 B 
2 3/15/1988 C 
2 3/16/1988 A 
2 3/16/1988 D 
2 11/23/1988 D 


4 N 
1 P N 
4 E 
1 P N 
1 P N 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/13/1988 B 
2 1/20/1988 B 
2 2/02/1988 C 
2 9/07/1988 D 
2 9/14/198S B 
2 9/21/1988 D 
2 9/28/1988 D 
2 11/09/1988 D 
2 11/16/1988 D 
2 12/07/1988 D 


5 N 
4 P N 
3 P N 

3 N 

4 N 
4 N 
4 N 
4 N 
3 N 
2 N 


S 
H 
S 
H 


2 3/16/1988 D 
2 3/17/1988 D 
2 11/23/1988 D 
2 11/24/1983 D 


1 P N 
3 N 
1 N 

1 P N 



H 2 3/20/1988 C 12 N Y55 



H 


2 9/02/1988 B 


3 P N M98 


H 


2 9/12/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/10/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 11/03/1988 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 11/04/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 11/05/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/07/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 11/08/1988 B 


4 


N 



H 2 9/21/1988 D 1 N R54 
H 2 9/24/1988 B 5 N 



H 


2 


2/01/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/26/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/27/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


2/28/1988 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


2/28/1988 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


4/09/1988 B 


2 


N 



H 2 2/01/1988 D 4 N 



H 


2 


3/14/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 


4/21/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


4/22/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/23/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


4/24/1988 C 


8 


N 


S 


2 


4/25/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


2/27/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


4/13/1988 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/16/1988 D 


3 


N 


S 


2 


4/16/1988 B 


3 P P S" 


H 


2 


4/18/1988 D 


1 1 


P P C45 


H 


2 


4/18/1988 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


5/26/1988 D 


4 


N 



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1/01/1988 



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- 12/31/1988 


SUBJECTS 


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p D — DATE- 


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



ATI ANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, TRACK (MEN) 
SEE ALSO DUKE! JNIV7 SPORTS, TRACK (MEN) 

^fflWEH. N.C. STATE MEN TAKE ACC TRACK jj 

ftS ffijU^DROPSUOLFPMK'S MEULINK IN DECATHLON^ H 

TAR SmCGORTY; IRIZARRY EARN ACC'S FIRST CROWNS « 

qTAT^ MEN. S« WOMEN RUNNING AWAY IN ACC TRACK " 

PACK REPEATS AS CHAMP? UNC WOMEN DETHRONE CAVS jj 

'PACK CLAIMS ACC TITLE H 
CRADDOCK GIVES LADY HEELS EDGE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, TRACK (WOMEN) 

KSAS^ 8 BS'S TRACK CROW \ 

^ ffi-'S^IRIZARRY EARN ACC'S FIRST CROWNS H 

ctStSsMEN?UC WOMEN RUNNING AWAY IN ACC TRACK " 

PAC? dpEATS AS cK UNC WOMEN DETHRONE CAVS » 

'PACK CLAIMS ACC TITLE H 
CRADDOCK GIVES LADY HEELS EDGE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, VOLLEYBALL (WOMEN) H 

FANFARE/ACC VOLLEYBALL H 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

an iNTTr PTIAST CONFERENCE, WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

SEE ATLANTIC COASTCONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (WOMEN) 

atlantic coast conference, wrestling 
Winter sIrtccoming to tourn^ent close 

tX Kef EHV^, KVILS DROP TWINBILL 

^AM GETS FOOTBALL TEAM IN SUMMER PRO LEAGUE 

rM°S MIGHT END OWNER'S FOOTBALL DREAM 
OFER ON THE TABLE... 

ATLA s N ee IC al&r^ T Kt1I ftSOTIATI0N 

EBRP& "uNC^D TOP ALL-ACC TEAM 

m KlTlBPBlIf GRAB HONORS 
SCOn BEST ROOKIE 
FERRY RECEIVES MCKEVLIN 

ATOMIC BOMBS 
SEE ALSO BOMBS 
SEE ALSO HIROSHIMA 
SEE ALSO JAPAN 
SEE ALSO MANHATTAN PROJECT 
SEE ALSO NAGASAKI, JAPAN 
^^n^^^'^lnOK DESCRIBES SOVIET SPY'S WORK IN MA! H An AN... H 

Ss»i Hi wmimr § 

AU REVOIR LES ENFANTS (FILM) „„„,„ S 

'AU REVOIR' IS HAUNTING MEMOIR H 

MALLE MEMORIES STAND TEST OF WATCHING 



2/21/1988 C 
4/20/1988 D 
4/21/1988 D 
4/22/1988 B 
4/23/1988 D 
4/24/1988 C 
4/25/1988 D 
5/01/1988 C 



13 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 

14 



2/21/1988 C 
4/20/1988 D 
4/20/1988 D 
4/22/1983 B 
4/23/1988 D 
4/24/1988 C 
4/25/1988 D 
5/01/1988 C 



N 
N 

N Y55 
N Y55 
N Y55 
N Y55 
N L38 
N Y55 



N 

N Y55 
N 

N Y55 
N Y55 
N Y55 
N L38 
N Y55 



2 11/19/1988 D 3 N 
2 11/22/1988 D 3 N 



H 2 2/21/1988 C 13 N Y55 
H 2 3/02/1988 C 4 N 
H 2 3/06/1988 C 10 N 



H 2 4/09/1988 B 

H 2 4/10/1988 B 

H 2 6/16/1988 D 

H 2 9/24/1988 B 



3/08/1988 B 
3/08/1988 B 
3/15/1988 C 
3/16/1988 D 
3/16/1988 D 
7/31/1988 B 



1 P N D85 
5 P P L38 
1 P N C36 
5 P P T37 



H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N C49 



2/03/1988 C 
2/04/1988 C 
8/11/1988 C 



2 N 
14 P N 
6 P N C47 



2 3/31/1988 D 9 P R B71 
2 4/01/1988 D 3 P R S66 



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S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 






AUBREY LEE BROOKS SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 
SIX STUDENTS GET BROOKS SCHOLARSHIPS 

AUBURN UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

NO. 4 AUBURN QUIETLY PUTS AWAY OUTMANNED OPPONENT 

TIGERS MAD AT UNC 

DEVILS TRY TO MAKE VANDY VICTIM NO. 5 

UNC AT AUBURN 

FOR DYE, UNC'S A SPECIAL CHALLENGE 

NO. 4 TIGERS MAKE QUICK UORK OF UNC 

AUBURN HAS EASY TIME WITH UNC 

AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO ART AUCTIONS 
SEE ALSO FLEA MARKETS 
SEE ALSO MOCK TOBACCO AUCTION 

GOING FOR THE SILVER AS POPS CONCERT NEARS 

AUCTION TO HELP VICTIMS OF FIRE 

BAKKERS' FORMER HOME OFFERED AT $500,000 BUT NO BIDS RECEIVED 

AUCTION SET ON 500 ACRES IN MOUNTAINS 

PCC FOUNDATION TO HOLD AUCTION 

STATE HOLDING AUCTION TODAY 

PAPERWEIGHT THAT COST $4 BRINGS $8,250 AT AUCTION 

PIECES OF WRIGHT BROTHERS PLANE SOLD 

AUCTION SLATED TODAY TO HELP PERSON PTAS 

SOAP STARS' SWEATY JERSEYS SOLID SaLERS 

BLOOM'S JEWELRY, FURNITURE SET FOR AUCTIONING 

BLOOM'S POSSESSIONS BRING OVER $180,000 AT AUCTION 

AUCTION'S WHITE ELEPHANTS COULD SAVE ORANGE CO. CATS 

CHAPEL HILL RARE BOOKS AUCTION ATTRACTS SERIOUS BUYERS 

WATCHING A WURLITZER JUKE BOX SPIN A $16,000 RECORD 

ANIMAL LOVERS SPEND FREELY AT APS AUCTION 

SCHOOL BOARD SELLS SURPLUS LAND 

RAF'E CRISIS CENTER TO HOLD HOLIDAY AUCTION 

DO I READ $100? RAPE CRISIS CENTER TO HOLD SILENT AUCTION SUNDAY 

AUDITORS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, AUDIT 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, AUDIT 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., AUDIT 
SEE ALSO N.C. STATE AUDITORS OFFICE 
SEE ALSO SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOL, AUDIT 

FEDERAL JUDGE TO MAKE DECISION IN KURE BEACH POSTMASTER CASE 

AUDITORS INVESTIGATING BOUMAN GRAY 

STATESVILLE INVESTIGATION BEGINS IN MISSING FUNDS CASE 

TAX FIRM IDEA GOOD, IF FOLLOWED THROUGH 

ONLY COPIES OF AUDIT UNAVAILABLE TO PUBLIC 

AUDITS 

SEE AUDITORS 

AUGUST 

AUGUST IS HOT MONTH FOR CRIME 

MORE MURDERS ARE COMMITTED IN HOT MONTHS 

AUGUSTA DRIVE 

CITY SERVICES COMMENDED 

AURORA, N.C. 

ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION 

PAMLICO FISHERMEN HOPING THE RIVER WILL BRING BOUNTY 

AURORA RESTAURANT 

CARRBORO DEVELOPMENT LOAN GOES TO CARR MILL RESTAURANT 
CONCEPT HIGH BUT KINKS REMAIN AT AURORA 

AUSTIN, TEXAS 
SEE ALSO TEXAS 



H 2 5/07/1988 B 2 N 



H 


2 9/29/1988 D 


3 N C49 


S 


2 9/29/1988 B 


1 P U F25 


S 


2 9/30/1988 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 10/01/1988 D 


1 N 


H 


2 10/01/1988 D 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 10/02/1988 C 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 10/03/1988 D 


4 P U F25 



H 2 3/01/1988 A 


6 P U WIS 


H 2 3/09/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 2 4/13/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 2 5/02/1988 A 


24 


N 


H 1 6/09/1938 B 


1 


N 


H 2 6/18/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 2 6/25/1988 C 


16 


N 


H 2 7/28/1988 A 


17 


N 


H 1 8/06/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 2 9/12/1988 B 


1 


P N T33 


H 2 9/22/1988 C 


16 


N 


H 2 9/28/1988 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 10/08/1988 A 


3 


N S17 


CHH 1 JO/10/1988 A 


3 


N Vll 


CHH 1 10/27/1988 A 


3 


U L41 


CHH 1 10/31/1988 A 


3 P N S12 


H 2 11/04/1988 B 


4 


N J40 


CHH 1 12/06/1988 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 12/09/1988 A 


3 P N M20 



S 2 


1/22/1988 A 


6 


N 


S 2 


3/18/1983 C 


4 


N 


S 2 


5/10/1983 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


7/20/1988 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


7/21/1988 A 


1 


N S63 



H 2 
S 2 


8/04/1988 D 
8/15/1988 A 


4 
9 


N 
N 


H 2 


5/10/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 2 
H 2 


4/24/1988 D 
4/30/1988 C 


4 

3 


E 

N H60 


CHH 1 
H 2 


7/13/1988 A 
9/23/1988 D 


1 N Vll 
22 P R D77 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SEKATECH PROJECT TAKES HIGH-TECH TO TEXAS 

ll ^ffMffl 1 ^ ELECTRONIC RESEARCH 

AUS '"S« ON FREE TRIP TOAUSTRALIA 

KT«SB SSB 3*1 PRIZE OFFERED 



— DATE- 



FAGE 128 
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I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 



2 1/06/1988 A 

2 1/06/1988 A 

2 1/07/1988 B 

1 1/07/1988 B 

2 1/08/1983 B 
2 1/11/1988 A 



2 1/20/1988 C 11 



N 
N 

N 046 

N 

N 

E 

N 



^^LLSBOROUGH WELCOMES COMPANY 



H 2 2/08/1988 B 5 N 

H 2 5/06/1988 D 2 R L37 

S 2 10/13/1988 D 8 N 

H 3 2/03/1988 C 1 N BIO 



U, SM«MlffiW EMBOSSMENT 

SlsS nSAS ALL A LONG TIKE AGO IN PLACES FAR... 



(CARTOON) 



S 
H 
H 



2/18/1988 A 
2/19/1983 A 
2/19/1988 A 



E 
E 
T R56 



AUTHORS _ 
SEE WRITERS, 



N.C. 



SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 

UNCTO BUILD AUTISM CENTER WNWT^^ATP^ COUNTY 2 7/01/1988 g 

TWO THINGS YOU NEED TO ^CH AT OUR FIRST tm»L COW DROP RAKLt n 8/03/1988 B 

WILLIE M -GRADUATE'S' CASE PROBED WMJJs Sgfe erauTITS H 2 9/02/198S C 
JUDGE SAYS SCHOOLS NOT REQUIRED TO PROVIDE HOME SERVICES 

AUTO COLLISION INSURANCE 

SS H1 B% SSfliKicESSARY FOR MOST 



23 

11 

3 



N L90 
A 
N 
N 



^^ttI^cITSct^ short 

"MHFflBfc. CARBON MONOXIK 
SEE ALSO AUTO POLLUTION 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, EMISSIONS 
INCENTIVES KEY TO AUTO POLLUTION 

AUTO HEADLIGHTS 
SEE HEADLIGHTS 

AUTO INDUSTRY ^ 

SEE ALSO CHRYSLER CORP. 
SEE ALSO FORD MOTOR CO. 
SEE ALSO GENERAL MOTORS mw 

^AufoM^TRY^TnK STATE 'LEMON LAWS-THORNS 

*"* cT&'Kl GUILTY TO CHARGES IWCtVING IMPORTS 
SOME l^ JAPANESE ENGINES END UP UNDER HOODS IN U.S. 

WT ° Kt T CRITICIZES AUTO EXHAUST INSPECTIONS IN N.C. 

^Toarro collision insurance 



H 2 3/01/1988 B 5 N 

H 2 2/14/1988 B 6 R L59 

CHH 1 8/31/1983 A 4 E 



H 2 7/26/1988 B 5 N 

H 2 5/03/1988 C 8 N 

H 2 5/21/1988 A 10 N 

H 2 8/18/1983 A 17 N 



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SEE ALSO AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO COMPARATIVE FAULT CLAIMS SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

GOOD DRIVERS DESERVE BREAK 

N.C. MAY REVIEW AUTO INSURANCE POLICIES FOR RENTAL CARS 

AUTO INSURANCE RATES 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE RATES 
AUTO INSURANCE SURCHARGES SET ON SOME POLICIES 
INSURANCE FIRMS BATTLE OVER AUTO RATES 

TWO INSURANCE OFFICIALS ARE ORDERED TO TESTIFY AT RATE REQUEST HEARING 
AUTO LIABILITY RATE HEARING TAKES PUZZLING TWIST 
INSURANCE PROPOSAL WOULD GOUGE DRIVERS 
INSURANCE OFFICIALS SUGGEST LARGER RATE HIKE NEEDED 
LONG WEIGHS INSURANCE RATE HIKE 
INSURANCE RATE DECISION DUE WITHIN 45 DAYS 
LONG ORDERS 3.9% AUTO INSURANCE RATE CUTS 
REVISION PROPOSED IN AUTO INSURANCE PREMIUMS 
COMPANIES TO RAISE AUTO INSURANCE RATES IN N.C. 
DISCRIMINATION SEEN IN INSURANCE RATES 
SENIOR CITIZENS OFFERED AUTO INSURANCE DISCOUNTS 
REINSURANCE FACILITY REVISES SURCHARGES 
HIGH PREMIUMS SHOULD PUNISH POOR DRIVERS 
AUTO INSURANCE LAW TO HELP SAFE DRIVERS 
AUTO INSURANCE FIRMS ASK FOR HIGHER RATES 
INSURANCE OFFICIALS SUBPOENAED 
LONG ORDERS REDUCTION IN N.C. AUTO RATES 

N.C. AUTO INSURERS SEEKING RATE INCREASES HIT WITH ROLLBACK ORDER 
INSURANCE ROLLBACK WELCOME NEWS 
LONG RIGHT TO REDUCE AUTO INSURANCE RATES 
RATE BURE AU TO APPEAL AUTO INSURANCE ORDER 
AUTO INSURANCE RATING SYSTEM TO BE FAIRER, OFFICIALS SAY 
REINSURANCE FACILITY FILES RATE HIKE 
RATE INCREASE IS UNFAIR 

N.C. AUTO INSURANCE COSTS CREEP UP DESPITE ORDERS 
LEGAL BATTLE BLOCKS AUTO INSURANCE RATE DECLINES 
INSURANCE RATE HIKE JUSTIFIED 
UNFAIR INSURANCE RATES HIT MANY TAR HEELS 

AUTO INSURANCE SURCHARGES 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE RATES 
SEE ALSO N.C. REINSURANCE FACILITY 
AUTO INSURANCE SURCHARGES SET ON SOME POLICIES 

AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO AUTO COLLISION INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO AUTO INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO LIABILITY INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO N.C, DEPT. OF INSURANCE 

NEW LAW REQUIRES INSURANCE PROOF FOR PEOPLE GETTING DRIVING LICENSE 

AUTO INSURANCE SURCHARGES SET ON SOME POLICIES 

DRIVER'S LICENSE APPLICANTS AGAINST NEW LAW 

AUTO LIABILITY RATE HEARING TAKES PUZZLING TWIST 

LONG ORDERS 3.9% AUTO INSURANCE RATE CUTS 

REINSURANCE FACILITY REVISES SURCHARGES 

HIGH PREMIUMS SHOULD PUNISH POOR' DRIVERS 

AUTO INSURANCE LAW TO HELP SAFE DRIVERS 

GOVERNMENTS FIND IT HARD TO GET LIABILITY 

AUTO INSURANCE FIRMS ASK FOR HIGHER RATES 

N.C, OFFICIAL BLASTS NEW LAW ON DRIVER'S LICENSES 

REINSURANCE FACILITY FILES RATE HIKE 

AUTO LOANS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, SALES 
SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 
RALEIGH MAN FACES SUIT IN DURHAM CREDIT SCAM 

AUTO MAINTENANCE 

SEE AUTO REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 



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2 


4/05/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 10/20/1983 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


1/08/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


1/11/1988 A 


3 


N 


iRING H 


2 


1/12/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


1/13/1988 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 


1/13/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/14/1988 D 


10 


N 


S 


2 


1/22/1983 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/23/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/02/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/04/1988 C 


6 P N 


H 


2 


2/17/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


1 


3/11/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


4/02/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/03/1983 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 


4/11/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/18/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/02/1988 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


9/27/1988 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


11/03/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


11/04/1988 A 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


11/05/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


11/10/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


11/18/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/20/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


11/24/1988 A 


19 


N 


H 


2 11/28/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


11/28/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


11/29/1988 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 12/01/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 12/05/1988 A 


4 


L 



H 2 1/08/1988 A 10 N 



H 


2 


1/01/1988 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


1/08/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


1/11/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


1/13/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


2/02/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/08/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 


4/11/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/18/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


5/30/1988 A 


1 


N B85 


H 


2 


7/02/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/03/1988 B 


10 


N L40 


H 


2 11/24/1988 A 


19 


N 



S 2 12/14/1988 A 1 N B53 



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AUTO POLLUTION wrmti 

El S3 WgJBftggiH 

^ ^M^STS HAY BE REQUIRED BY -91 

AUTO RACING ^^ 
SEE ALSO BRAG RACING 
SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 

KKK Mkmk* — 

POLICE! LOG/TUO CHARGED IN 'RACING' INCIDENT 

AUTO REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, LEHCNS 
SEE ALSO CAR-CARE CENTER 
SEE ALSO MECHANICS 

rr^^fWcTION LAW FOR REBUILT CARS UNDER FIRE 
E2m5tpW»T STOP TO PAY FOR UCRK DONE ON BRAKES 
Mire IMsWSK Wlffi JfOHOUSE GN BILL 
BELTsTcCOANT MAY KEEP YOUR CAR GOING 

AUT ° RURITAN CLUB TO HOLD AUTO SHOU 
VINTAGE CAR SHOU SET FOR OCT. 7-9 

^SEE^TOR VEHICLE TAXES 

"""Sfflf&S C. ERIC LINCOLN PUTS CLASSIC... 
HALEY TOOK 'THE HIGH ROAD' 

' VrCG SO!lf PEOPLE SlfPLY DON'T WANT TO SIGN A BLANK SHIRT 

^TSWSffl STAMP LOSSES, THEFTS 

ffiSWKU MACHINE AND LOSES .1.0 

AUT0M MACHINE CREEPS UP ON DROWSY CHICKENS 

AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIPS 
SEE AUTOS, DEALERS 

^IFaLSO FORENSIC MEDICINE 

^BAlKIr C^Fis, DIES; AUTOPSYSET 
AUTCfIy^C'EALS fWOBVIOUS CAUSE OF DEATH 
AUTOPSY KING DONE ON BURNED INFANT 

ft^Wmvam&tx contradict uidou 
^Jk^h^ lH ^^^&™ ■ BR— 
KyTndiII tesTodKIeivei, violent shading 
dealing with death - scientifically 

nTcT AUTOPSY RATE FOLLOWS U.S. DECLINE 
AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
SEE ALSO BMW (AUTO) 



2 8/13/1988 B 3 N K65 



CHH 1 7/03/1988 A 

S 2 8/09/1988 A 

H 2 8/26/1988 C 

CHH 1 9/18/1988 A 



7 P N H25 

4 E 

1 N 

3 N 



H 2 1/03/1988 A 12 P P 

S 2 7/05/1988 A 5 J Oil 

H 2 7/08/1983 C 2 N 

H 2 7/13/1988 A 9 N 

H 2 7/20/1988 B 9 N C47 



H 2 5/26/1983 C 20 N 
S 2 8/22/1983 C 3 N 



H 2 5/29/1983 E 3 P U H45 

H 2 5/29/1988 E 3 P F H45 

H 2 10/02/1938 B 1 P U N36 

S 2 7/23/1988 A 1 N H65 



H 2 5/07/1988 A 10 N 
CHH 1 7/07/1988 A 11 N 

H 2 3/28/19S8 C 7 N 



S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

H 



1/19/1983 B 
1/21/1988 A 
3/09/1988 B 
4/21/1988 A 
4/22/1988 A 
4/26/1988 B 
4/28/1988 B 
7/07/1988 A 
7/12/1988 B 
7/20/1988 A 
7/23/1988 C 



1 

11 

3 

1 

1 
9 
1 
1 
1 
1 
7 



N 
N 
N 

N B53 
N 

N S92 
N M51 
N M25 
N M51 
> N M25 
N 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO CAROLINA CRUISERS CAR CLUB 

SEE ALSO CHRYSLER CORP. 

SEE ALSO CONVERTIBLES 

SEE ALSO FORD MOTOR CO. 

SEE ALSO GASOLINE TANKS 

SEE ALSO GENERAL MOTORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE MOTOR CLUB 

SEE ALSO OFF-ROAD VEHICLES 

SEE ALSO PORSCHE 

SEE ALSO RECALLS 

SEE ALSO REMOTE CONTROL MODEL CARS 

SEE ALSO SOLAR AUTOS 

SEE ALSO USED CAR DEALERS 

SEE ALSO WINDSHIELDS 

DOGGONE GOOD MOVERS 

DURHAM'S 1927 GROWTH PLAN FftOVES SURPRISINGLY ACCURATE 

HOME RUNS DENT TEAM SPIRIT 

FOR CLINTON FAMILY, LUCK ROLLS A TRIPLE 

ALAMANCE TO HOLD HEARING ON AUTO JUNKYARD ORDINANCE 

BOUNCE INTO SUMMER (SPECIAL SECTION) 

HOT, SHUT CARS WORST ENEMY OF MAN'S BEST FRIEND 

CODED CARS INTRIGUING IDEA 

STREET SHOCKER 

AUTO PREVIEW '89 (SPECIAL SECTION) 

AUTO PREVIEW '89 (SPECIAL SECTION) 

AUTOS, ABANDONED 

WRECKER OPERATORS CLAIM CITY GETTING FREE 'GARBAGE SERVICE' 
WRECKER OPERATORS, POLICE BUMP HEADS OVER ABANDONED-CAR POLICY 

AUTOS, ANTIQUE 

SEE ALSO ANTIQUES 

SEE ALSO BULL CITY RODDERS 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA CRUISERS CAR CLUB 

ROD RUN AND CAR SHOW SET MAY 14 

STUDEBAKERS— RUSTED DREAMS FROM BYGONE ERA— HIS PASSION 

AUTOS, BLUE LIGHTS 

SEE ALSO POLICE IMPERSONATORS 
SEE ALSO RAPE, N.C. 

'BLUE LIGHT BANDIT' STILL AT LARGE 

ROXBORO POLICE SEEKING 'BLUE LIGHT BANDIT' 

'BLUE LIGHT BANDIT' STRUCK BY CAR 

PaiCE! MORE THAN ONE BLUE LIGHT BANDIT PROWLING 

•BLUE LIGHT BANDIT' SPOTTED AGAIN 

AUTOS, BREAKING AND ENTERING 

SEE BREAKING AND ENTERING, AUTOS 

AUTOS, CHILDBIRTH 
SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 
BABY BORN IN BROKEN DOWN CAR ON 1-85 
1938 BIRTH IN HALL-WYNNE AMBULANCE PROVIDED NAMES FOR TWINS 

AUTOS, DEALERS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, SALES 

SEE ALSO N.C. AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO USED CAR DEALERS 

COURT UPHOLDS AWARD OF $62,500 

JURY INDICTS SANFORD AUTO DEALER 

TEST DRIVE ENDS WITH SALESMAN LOCKED IN TRUNK 

CAR DEALER PLEADS GUILTY TO CHARGES INVOLVING IMPORTS 

GAMES BEGIN WHEN TRADING IN A USED CAR 

SUIT FILED ON ADVERTISING BY SANFORD CAR DEALERSHIP 

CAR DEALER OPENS CHAPEL HILL COMPLEX 

MEGADEALING IS NAME OF GAME TODAY 

MEGADEALING IS NAME OF GAME TODAY 

GRAND JURY INDICTS FORMER CAR DEALER 



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3/18/1988 C 


1 P P 


S 


2 


4/04/1988 A 


1 P N H70 


S 


2 


4/06/1988 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


5/29/1988 C 


1 N N36 


H 


1 


6/10/1988 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


6/24/1988 D 


1 D F 


CHH 1 


6/27/1988 A 


1 P N S12 


S 


2 


7/30/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/20/1988 C 


1 P P L38 


S 


2 


10/07/1988 D 


1 D A 


H 


2 


10/08/1988 D 


1 D A 


H 


2 


3/13/1988 B 


3 P N A54 


S 


2 


7/04/1988 A 


1 P N H02 



1 4/27/1988 C 4 N 

2 7/24/1988 B 1 U N36 



10/23/1988 B 
10/25/1988 C 
10/28/1988 B 
11/06/1988 B 
11/11/198S B 



1/06/1988 B 
9/04/1988 C 



6 N 

8 P U L57 



H 


2 


2/10/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


2/26/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/03/1988 C 


8 


N 


S 


2 


6/10/1988 A 




J 


H 


2 


6/16/1988 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 


9/16/1988 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


10/07/1988 D 


2 


F 


H 


2 


10/08/1988 D 


2 


F 


H 


2 


12/01/1988 A 


16 


N 



Oil 



AUTOS, EMISSIONS 



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SEE ALSO AUTO EXHAUST SYSTEMS 
SEE ALSO AUTO POLLUTION _ 

MKS ^Y°lEK EMISSION TESTS OF CARS, TRUCKS 

^^^"^ff^^^WnSk* WOOD SHOKE 
OZONE LIMITS TOO WEAK. EPA WORKER SAYS 

AUTOS, ENERGY EFFICIENT 

SEE ALSO ENERGY CONSERVATION, N.C. 
SEE ALSO GASOLINE MILEAGE 

£ %<T^fIaTUKES IJ UILL AFFECT FUEL ECONOMY OF AUTOMOBILE 
ENGINE TUHEUPS CAN SAVE HONEY 
CAR TECHNOLOGY SPEEDS INTO FUTURE 

AUTOS, FIRES 

SEE ALSO FIRES, N.C. 

^WttM KlGHTER?CONTAIN BLAZE AT SERVICE STATION 
CAR CATCHES FIRE IN SERVICE STATION 
DEPUTIES INVESTIGATE CAR FIRE 
CRASH KILLS Or€; SECOND ESCAPES FIRE 
MOTOR HOME CATCHES FIRE m 
BLAZE DAMAGES VANCE SCHOOL BUS 
TED) FULLS TWO FROM CAR BEFORE FIRE STARTS 
FIRE GUTS VOLVO 
VAN DRIVER FACES CHARGES 
JUNKYARD FIRE „„„.*-. 
FIREWORKS MAY HAVE SPARKED BLAZE 
ARSONISTS' FIRES DAMAGE HOUSE, DESTROY CAR 
ARSON SUSFtCTED IN TOSE, CAR FIRES; WITNESSES SOUGHT 
CAR BURNS AFTER COLLISION 
BURNING CAR 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS _™.„ „„, 

SBeS^^^^ SET 

WtfSB&"S»JBK^KtltE BLAZE 

CAR BURNS AS FUEL IS DRAINED 
ABANDONED CAR BURNS 

"^P^^^^Tk^^^'^ LAWS'-THORNBURG 

AUTOS, PROPERTY TAXES 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHiaE TAXES 

SEE ALSO TAXES, DURHAM COUNTY iruTrt _ TAvrc 

PANEL STUDYING WAYS TO COLLECT VEHICLE TAXES 

WHY SHOULD JUNK CARS BE LISTED FOR TAXES? 

VEHICLE TAX DODGERS COST COUNTY REVENUE 

CAR OWNER PROTESTS INCREASED TAX VALUE OF AUTOS 

PLAN PROPOSED TO COLLECT VEHICLE TAXES 

VEHICLE PROPERTY TAX F1AN GOOD FOR N.C. 

FEALTY IMPOSED FOR FAILING TO LIST CARS 

I ft feiSW ,8?K3, m m. n «.. 

OTTY READY TO CRANK UP 1989 TAX LISTING 

^SEE AUTOsSsEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
SEE CHRYSLER CORP. 
SEE FORD MOTOR CO. 
SEE GENERAL MOTORS 

^^RENTAl'wR WAIVER BRANDED UNNECESSARY FOR MOST 



H 2 
H 2 

CHH 1 
H 2 
H 

H 



CHH 1 



2/26/1988 B 
6/30/1988 B 
7/10/1988 A 
8/13/1983 B 
8/13/1988 A 
8/25/1988 C 
8/29/1983 A 



5 

10 
3 
3 

17 

13 

1 



S 2 6/04/1988 A 
S 2 7/09/1988 A 
S 2 7/23/1988 A 



CHH 1 



H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 



CHH 1 
S 2 
H 2 



2/10/1988 A 
2/11/1988 B 
3/04/1983 A 
3/26/1988 C 
5/09/198S C 
5/19/1988 B 
6/07/1988 B 
6/08/1983 A 
6/27/1983 B 
7/05/1983 B 
7/05/1988 B 
7/18/1988 
7/19/1938 
8/19/1988 
8/19/1988 
9/26/1988 
10/08/1988 
10/27/1988 
11/12/1983 
12/15/1988 
12/19/1983 
12/23/1988 



1 
7 
3 
3 
3 
1 

10 
1 



1 

1 

16 
15 I 

5 I 

2 

1 
14 

1 

9 

7 

4 



N 

N W29 
N B81 
N K65 
N 
N 
N SI? 



U H05 
U H05 
U H05 



N B85 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

P 

N 

P 

N 

N B53 

N 
T32 
T32 



L38 
S76 



H 2 7/26/1983 B 5 N 



CHH 1 



H 

S 

S 

H 

CHH 

S 



1/15/1988 C 

1/18/1988 A 

1/13/1988 A 

8/22/1988 A 

11/17/1988 D 

11/22/1988 A 

12/03/198S A 

12/28/1988 C 

12/29/1988 A 

12/29/1988 C 



N L40 
L 
E 

N H90 
N 
E 

N H65 
N 

N M20 
N H65 



H 2 3/01/1988 B 5 N 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



HARBISON CAMPAIGN SUPPLIES LEGISLATOR WITH RENTAL CAR 
N.C. MAY REVIEW AUTO INSURANCE POLICIES FOR RENTAL CARS 

AUTOS, SALES 

SEE ALSO AUTO LOANS 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, DEALERS 

REGULATIONS URGED ON AUTO TENT SALES 

STATE CRACKS DOWN ON AUTO TENT SALES 

GAMES BEGIN WHEN TRADING IN A USED CAR 

CONSUMER PROTECTION LAW FOR REBUILT CARS UNDER FIRE 

MEGABEALING IS NAME OF GAME TODAY 

AUTOS, THEFTS 

SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLES, THEFTS 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS, THEFTS 
SEE ALSO VANS, THEFTS 

THREE CHEVROLETS STOLEN FROM LOUISBURG CAR LOT 

SECOND STOLEN VEHICLE RECOVERED IN FRANKLIN 

REAL ESTATE AOENT FOUND BEATEN IN GRAHAM HOUSE 

SIX CHARGED WITH SINGLETON MOTOR BREAK-IN 

MAN SUSPECTED IN GRAHAM BEATING ARRESTED AFTER STANDOFF IN ALABAMA 

SIXTH ARREST MADE IN THEFTS OF CARS 

NEWSPAPER CAR STOLEN UHILE KEYS IN IGNITION 

THEFT CHARGE FILED 

MAN IN THREE POLICE CHASES GETS FIVE-YEAR FfllSON TERM 

BURLINGTON UOMAN FOUND IN CAR CARRYING DYNAMITE 

2 VEHICLES STOLEN AT BYRD'S TRACTOR 

TWICE STALLED POLICE CAR LOSES CHASE 

DRIVER APPARENT HEART ATTACK VICTIM 

STOLEN aORIDA CAR 

STOLEN CAR FOUND; STARTS FOOT CHASE 

JUDGE IMPOSES NO PUNISHMENT IN TESTIMONY DEAL (CORRECTED 3-18-88) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

TWO YOUTHS ACCUSED OF STEALING AUTOMOBILE 

THIEF BREAKS INTO COACH'S HOME, STEALS CAR 

TWO ARRESTED AFTER CHASE OF STOLEN CAR 

HENDERSON MAN CHARGED AFTER CHASE 

MAN ARRESTED IN GAS STATION 

CHATHAM USED CAR DEALER CONVICTED OF THEFT CHARGES 

TWO N.Y. CAR DEALERS PLEAD GUILTY IN CASE 

THEFTS BRING CHANGES IN CAR SALVAGE LAW 

WOMAN HURT AS THIEF BACKS HER CAR INTO HER 

WOMAN FACES MANY CHARGES AFTER CHASE 

WOMAN FACES MULTIPLE CHARGES AFTER CHASE 

MAN ACCUSED OF FILING FALSE INSURANCE REPORTS 

1981 CADILLAC STOLEN 

FLA. FUGITIVE CAUGHT IN N.C. 

CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBING WOMAN 

POLICE LOG/THREE RURAL HOMES BURGLARIZED IN ORANGE 

3-YEAR SENTENCE GIVEN FOR CAR THEFT 

POLICE LOG/3 AUTOMOBILE THEFTS IN HILLSBOROUGH 

CO-DEFENDANT TESTIFIES HOW CAR TAKEN, OWNER SHOT IN ROBBERY 

MAN FACES SENTENCING IN SHOOTING 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH POSSESSING CAR STOLEN IN VA, 

MAN ARRESTED ON THEFT CHARGES 

POLICE LOG/AUTOMOBILE STOLEN IN DOWNTOWN 

CAR THEFT ARREST MADE 

MAN DRAWS 14 YEARS FOR ROBBERY PLEA 

WOMAN TEST DRIVES CAR, NEVER RETURNS 

ROXBORO MAN CHARGED 

STOLEN CAR RECOVERED 

WRECK LEADS TO AUTO THEFT, OTHER CHARGES 

WOMAN ARRESTED AFTER COLLISION, CHASE 

POLICE LOG/AUTOMOBILE STOLEN 

TWO AUTO DEALERSHIF-S VANDALIZED 

STOLEN CAR RECOVERED NEAR LOUISBURG 

TEEN-AGERS CHARGED IN CAR THEFTS 

2 WOMEN ARRESTED AFTER CHASE 

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH AUTO THEFT 



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2 4/29/1988 A 
2 10/20/1988 A 



3 P N 
5 J Oil 



1/13/1988 B 
5/04/1988 B 
6/10/1988 A 
7/05/19S8 A 
10/08/1988 D 



N 
N 

J Oil 
J Oil 
F 



H 


1 


1/06/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/07/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/20/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/21/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


1 


1/28/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/28/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


2/04/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 


2/09/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/12/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


1 


2/13/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


2/23/1988 B 


16 


N 


H 


2 


2/29/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


3/07/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


3/07/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


3/14/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/16/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/18/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


1 


3/19/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/04/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/17/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


1 


4/21/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/28/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


1 


4/29/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


3 


5/10/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


5/22/1988 B 


3 P N 


S 


2 


5/26/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


5/27/1988 C 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


5/27/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


1 


5/31/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


5/31/1983 B 


9 


N 


CHH 1 


6/07/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


6/10/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


6/14/1988 B 


9 


N 


Ctt 


1 


6/15/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


6/15/1988 B 


5 


N S82 


S 


2 


6/16/1988 A 


14 


N B53 


CHH 1 


6/22/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


12 


N 


CHH 1 


6/24/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/27/1988 B 


14 


N 


S 


2 


7/05/1988 B 


1 


N B53 


CHH 1 


7/07/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


1 


7/08/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/15/1988 C 





N M51 


S 


2 


7/15/1988 A 


8 


N B53 


CHH 1 


7/20/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/23/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


1 


7/29/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


8/06/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/09/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


8/09/1988 B 


8 


N 



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12/31/1988 



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MAN UITH KNIFE RCBS CAR FROM DEALER 
WASHBOARD STREET UK ^7™™ 
CRIME IN DURHAM RISES 2.7X THISYEAR 
CITY'S REPORTED CRIME UP 2.7 PERCENT 
1W1 PAR STOLEN DURING TEST DRIVE _ 
CRIMESTOfIeRS SEEKS TIPS ON AUTO ROBBERY 
CAR THEFT CHARGES FILED 
DURHAM CRIttESTOPFERS 
FOLICE LOG/AUTOMOBILES STOLEN 
FOUR CARS STOLEN FROM AUTO DEALER 
POLICE LOG/CAR STOLEN IN CHAPEL HILL 
STOLEN CAR RETRIEVED FROM QUARRY 

^^LOG/AUTOMOBILE STOLEN FROM MEBANE MAN 
PTC ICE LOG/UNC POLICE FIND STOLEN AUTOMOBILE 

iSsa r pa™ 

STOLEN LICENSE TAG LEADS TO ARREST 

nmunr aa - =*« 

POLICE LOG/UNC PICKUP STOLEN TUES. 

mT^LOG/CARS^OLEN IN UNRELATED INCIDENTS 

TORCH FAILS TO TORNUP HISSING POLICE CAR 

STOLEN VICE CAR HAD 3 GUNS, AMMUNITION 

PH I ICE CAR FOUND; GUNS MISSING 

mvttXF BY OFFICER PUTS CITY IN JEOPARDY _, 

fSSSF LOG/THIEVES MAKE OFF WITH JEWELRY, BMW 

£!£ K WUBmB I REPORT VEHICLE THEFTS 
POLICE LOG/POLIcf CHARGE MAN T ^ CAR ™EFT 

off^r^^Pe'c^sKgKSIr 

ADDITIONAL CHARGES FILED IN VANCE CHASE 

l3!uwHEiNMfar M 

POLICE LOG/RILEY'S CAR STOLEN, THEN IS RECOVERED 
SS S^r^FROMtt»LERj TEEN ARRESTED 

raiOWAWBom CAR STOLEN 
POLICE LOG/STOLEN CAR RECOVERED SUNDAY 

BSfrUB BBflSft Sy AND KIDNAPPING AT 
^ ?CF LDG/POi ICE FIND STOLEN CAR IN PARK DECK 
POLICE PROBE ROBBERIES, CHARGE HAN IN CAR THEFT 
TIP LEADS TO ROBBERY ARREST 

^TESTTOWE ENDS UITH SALESMAN LOCKED IN TRUNK 



S 
E E 
D — DATE — C -PG 



N 

P 

H 

H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 

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

CHH 
H 

CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 
H 2 
H 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



I T 
L Y 

L P 



BYL 



H 
H 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CONVENIENCE STORE H 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 



8/12/1988 C 

8/13/1983 A 

8/15/1988 A 

8/16/1988 B 

8/20/1988 C 

8/22/1988 A 

8/23/1988 B 

8/23/1988 B 

8/23/1988 A 

8/24/1988 B 

8/24/1988 A 

8/25/1988 B 

8/25/1988 A 

8/31/1988 

9/01/1988 

9/05/1988 

9/06/1988 

9/06/1988 

9/08/1988 

9/09/1988 

9/12/1988 

9/26/1988 

10/08/1988 

10/11/1988 .. 

10/13/1988 A 

10/14/1988 A 

10/17/1988 A 

10/17/1988 C 

10/18/1988 A 

10/19/1968 A 

10/19/1988 A 

10/28/1988 C 

11/03/1988 A 

11/04/1988 A 

11/14/1988 B 

11/14/1988 A 

11/15/1988 B 

11/15/1988 B 

11/16/1988 C 

11/17/1988 

11/18/1988 

11/19/1988 

11/22/1988 

11/24/1983 

11/24/1988 

11/26/1988 

11/28/1983 

11/29/1983 

12/02/1988 

12/08/1983 

12/08/1988 

12/09/1988 

12/15/1983 

12/15/1988 

12/18/1988 - 

12/19/1988 B 

12/19/1988 A 

12/22/1983 A 

12/27/1988 C 

12/27/1988 

12/27/1988 

12/28/1968 

12/28/1988 

12/29/1988 

12/29/1988 

12/30/1988 



2 

4 

1 

1 

1 

7 

1 

13 
11 

6 
10 

2 
14 

3 

10 

10 

3 
1 
1 
3 

13 
2 
1 
3 
3 

10 
3 



N 
E 

N B53 
N M51 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N L90 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
1 P P S76 
10 N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
H 
N 
N 



3 
6 
1 
3 
10 
6 
3 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
5 
5 
3 
3 
6 
5 
3 
9 

11 
3 
3 
3 



N H51 

N 

N M51 

E 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



3 P N 



N 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N B53 



1 P N B53 



H 2 4/15/1988 C 1 N 



AUTOS, VANDALISM 



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SEE ALSO VANDALISM, DURHAM 
10 VEHICLES ON SALES LOT DAMAGED 
VANDALISM OF THREE VEHICLES PROBED 
POLICE LOG/FLYING BOTTLE BLAMED FOR DAMAGE TO CAR 
POLICE LOG/MERCEDES, MAZDA SHOT WITH BB GUN 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH VANDALIZING SIX CARS 
POLICE LOG/FRUSTRATED VANDALS DAMAGE '87 VW 
POLICE LOG/POLICE INVESTIGATE CAR VANDALISMS 
POLICE LOG/WINDOWS SHOT OUT OF TWO PARKED CARS 

THE AVENUE, CLAYTON CITY <BOOK) 

PROF'S NOVEL DRAWING CRITICAL ACCLAIM 

WELCOME TO THE BOOKSTORE 

DUKE SCHOLAR TURNS TO FICTION 

DUKE PROF LOOKS AT SOUTH'S PAST WITH EYES OF NOVELIST 

DUKE PROFESSOR'S BOOK TOPS SOUTHERN FICTION 

AVERY COUNTY, N.C., ELECTIONS 

FLAHERTY DECLARED WINNER IN STATE HOUSE GOP PRIMARY 

AVIATION DAYS 

SEE ALSO AIR SHOWS 
MARINES PLAN AVIATION DAYS CELEBRATION 

AVIATION GROUP INC. 

TOP CARGO AIRLINE CONSIDERS MOVE TO RDU 
ORION CONTRACT REINFORCES VIEW EASTERN READY FOR STRIKE- 
RDU SEEKS MORE INFORMATION ON ORION'S PROPOSED COMPLEX 
RDU PASSENGERS MAY SOON SAY! 'BUENOS BIAS!' 



•ANALYST 



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s 


I T 


N E E 


L Y 


P D — DATE — C ■ 


-PG L P BYL 


H 1 4/21/1988 B 


1 N 


H 1 5/17/1988 C 


1 N 


CHH 1 8/29/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 9/27/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 10/11/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 10/18/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 12/11/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 12/30/1988 A 


9 N 


H 2 1/24/1988 A 


15 P N D80 


H 2 1/27/1988 A 


4 E 


S 2 3/10/1988 D 


5 P F 


H 2 7/17/1988 E 


3 P R A20 


H 2 11/12/1988 C 


1 P N 



H 2 5/19/1983 D 10 N 



H 1 5/12/1988 B 1 P N H60 



H 2 2/03/1988 A 1 N M97 

H 2 2/13/1988 B 3 N 

H 2 3/02/1988 A 10 N M97 

S 2 3/02/1988 C 1 N W82 



AVIATION PARKWAY 

MORRISVILLE'S PLAN SUBMITTED ON SUBDIVISION 

GAS-LINE BREAK CUTS RDU ACCESS 

HEY, WHAT'S THE TIE-UP HERE? 

OFFICIALS SAY WORKERS KNEW LOCATION OF NATURAL-GAS LINE 

U.S. 70, AVIATION PARKWAY INTERSECTION REALIGNMENT SET 

AVNET INC. 

ELECTRONICS FIRM WON'T PUT LAB IN HILLSBOROUGH 

AVOCADOS 

SEE ALSO FRUIT (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC FRUITS) 
AVOCADOS ARE HIGH CALORIE FRUIT 

AWARDS 

SEE ALSO ALBERT SCHWEITZER INTERNATIONAL PRIZES 

SEE ALSO ALEXANDER CALDER CONSERVATION AWARD 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO ANTHONY J. MCKEVLIN AWARD 

SEE ALSO ARTIE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO BERNARD BOYD MEMORIAL FELLOWSHIP 

SEE ALSO BETTER DURHAM HUMAN RELATIONS AWARD 

SEE ALSO BEVERLY AND LARAMIE HITCHINGS AWARD 

SEE ALSO BLACK HISTORY MAKERS AWARD 

SEE ALSO BRONZE STAR 

SEE ALSO CECIL G. SHEPS DISTINGUISHED INVESTIGATOR AWARDS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO COMMUNITY AWARDS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO CITY CF MEDICINE AWARD 

SEE ALSO CIVIC HONOR AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DANIELS-DANIELEY AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING 

SEE ALSO DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD 

SEE ALSO DUKE HUMANITARIAN SERVICE AWARD 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. PRESIDENTIAL AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM HERALD CO., AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HERALD ATHLETE OF THE YEAR AWARD 



H 2 7/12/1988 B 



10/10/1983 
10/11/1988 
10/11/1988 
11/19/1938 



N 

N B53 
P P M66 
P N B53 
M N 



2 10/06/1988 A 15 N 



2 3/25/1988 B 3 F 



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I T 
L Y 
L P 



BYL 



SEE ALSO FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES 

SEE ALSO FELLOWSHIP'S 

SEE ALSO "FLEECE OF THE YEAR" 

SEE ALSO GOLU STAR AWARDS ^^ 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S BUSINESS AWARDS 

SEE ALSO HUMANE WORKPLACE AWARDS 
SEE ALSO IVY AWARDS 
SEE ALSO JEFFERSON AWARDS 
§FF ALSO JOHN R. WOODEN AWARD 

sl alIo S«ned. clement aw>rd 
SFF also knight heritage award 

SEE ALSO LILLIAN SMITH BOOK AWARD 

SEE ALSO NANCY SUSAN REYNOLIS AWARDS 

SEE ALSO NOBEL PEACE PRIZE 

M U NX. ^shH^'ATHL^^ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP AWARIS 

P ALSO NATIONAL BANK FACULTY AWARD 

§t A1S0 0. MAX GARDNER AWARD 

SEE ALSO ORDER OF THE LONG LEAF PINE 

SEE ALSO OUTSTANDING YOUNG EDUCATOR 

SEE ALSO PATTERSON MEDAL 

1 SS !KlffiU!Bs FOR EXCELLENCE IN SCIENCE AND MATH TEACHING 

SEE ALSO RECORDS AND FIRSTS 

SEE ALSO RENSSELAER MEDAL 

SEE ALSO REWARD 

I SUB IKrIhI^TsEE ALSO NAMES Cf SCHOLARSHIP 
H ALSO SLOANlSsEARCH FELLOWSHIP AWARDS 

SEE ALSO IPERINTENDENT Of THE YEAR AWARD 

SEE ALSO TAKE PRIDE IN AMERICA 

III §T^ S^JEFfS^ARMUNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL) 

II ALSO SfANG^DVOTlSI^raERATION ADDY AWARDS 
SEE ALSO TRIANGLE DEVELOPMENT AWARDS 

li SH iBB: gf n: c c:: SB&m awa™ 

sl ALSO UNIV! OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO WATAUGA MEDALS 

SEE ALSO WILLIAM A. KIRKLAND AWARD 

I S km BIHHB** *«*= 

^ SwEitRKn^ STUDENT T BUILDS BETTER MOUSETRAP 
GLAXO GENEROSITY HILL AID MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SFe SS RECEIVES FRIZES 
AWARD WINNERS, OFFICERS 

^PffHUftW* medals for achievers 

HEALTH FAIR HONCREES 

HST iSH S^Ke am«m 

SLS^S^^'&^PSfe^fflPET^ FOR AWARD ON JOB TRAINING 
BLACK CAUCUS GIVES AWARD TO FORBHAM 
Elf™™ TRIANGLE J MEDICAL AWARDS 

DR. MURRAY LAUDED POSTHUMOUSLY 
GTE SOUTH GETS AWARD 

SSfes ftUUMVi «« — 

RBnObmran «» » — 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 




S 


2 


H 


1 


S 





S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 




S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 



1/04/1988 B 
1/18/1988 A 
1/19/1988 A 
1/20/1988 B 
1/20/1988 C 
1/21/1988 
1/21/1988 
1/21/1988 
1/26/1983 
1/27/1988 
1/28/1988 
1/29/1988 
1/29/1988 B 
1/30/1938 D 
1/31/1988 A 
1/31/1988 B 
2/01/1988 A 
2/02/1988 C 
2/04/1988 C 
2/05/1988 C 
2/07/1988 B 
2/10/1988 A 
2/11/1988 B 
2/11/1988 B 



5 

4 

4 

12 
14 [ 

12 

6 

7 I 

1 

1 I 

4 

1 

8 

3 
14 

1 

3 

6 

1 

1 
10 

8 

10 

2 



N 
E 
E 

N D80 

P T32 

N 080 

N 

P L38 

N 
' N W82 

N 

N H60 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
» P 

N 

N 

N 
P P K30 
P N R80 

N 



T37 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJ 



ALAMANCE COLLEGE TO RECEIVE AWARD FOR JOB TRAINING 

GROUP TO HONOR TOP SALES PEOPLE 

TOP YOUTHS 

EDUCATION GROUP GIVES AWARDS 

JUNIOR LEAGUE HONORS SUSTAINER OF THE YEAR 

POTEAT NAMED SERTOMA MAN OF THE YEAR 

NICHOLSON WINS AWARD FOR SERVICE 

TOXIC CHEMICALS NATURAL, BIOCHEMIST SAYS 

NORTHERN GROUP WINS AWARDS 

DATA PROCESSOR EXTRAORDINAIRE 

AWARD WINNERS 

ART, CRAFT MATERIALS INSTITUTE HONORS DUKE'S GOLDWATER 

ATHLETES AND SCHOLARS 

ALAMANCE, CLUB WIN BEAUTIFICATION AWARDS 

CHEMISTRY PROF AT DUKF WINS AWARD 

TOP KIWANIAN 

VOLUNTEER EFFORTS BRING AWARD 

DUKE EMPLOYEES RECEIVE AWARDS FROM PRESS CLUB 

5 DURHAM RESIDENTS WIN AWARDS FROM RTI 

UNC PROFESSOR TO RECEIVE AWARD 

PEOFIE: FIVE DURHAM SCIENTISTS AT RTI SHARE AWARD 

ENGINEERING GROUP WILL MOVE TO CAPITAL CENTER 

NCCU BANQUET HONORS 2 

PLANNED PARENTHOOD TO PRESENT AWARD 

AFTER HOURS EDITOR WINS PRESS AWARD 

SMALL-BUSINESS AWARD PLANNED IN PERSON 

COUPLE WINS DUKE POWER AWARD 

AWARD WINNERS 

MILLER WINS SERVICE AWARD 

COUNTY MANAGER RECEIVES AWARD 

NEW OFFICERS 

•SERVICE TO MANKIND' 

DUKE OPHTHALMOLOGY HEAD GETS AWARD 

WOMAN'S CLUB AWARD WINNERS 

BUILDING WINNERS 

AWARDS 

WRIGHT TO RECEIVE 2 PROCLAMATIONS 

GROUP TO HONOR RESIDENTS FROM DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL 

SALEM COLLEGE HONORS HART FOR VOLUNTEER SERVICE 

AWARD WINNER 

AL MANN GETS SERVICE AWARD 

WINNER 

TOP SCHOLAR 

CITY SCHOOLS HONOR OUTSTANDING SENIOR 

GOLDEN DEEDS 

MENTAL HEALTH AGENCY HONORS PERSON WOMAN 

SCHOOLS SCHEDULE AWARDS PROGRAMS 

NEW OFFICERS, AWARDS 

WOMEN'S NETWORK GIVES AWARDS 

BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER AWARDS 20 GRANTS TO RESEARCH PROJECTS 

MENTOR AWARD 

AWARD WINNER 

HONORED BY GROUP 

SPANGLER WINS HARVARD AWARD 

5 EARN CIVILIAN SERVICE AWARDS 

MEET N.C.'S 'THIRD SENATOR' 

SOCIAL SERVICES PRESENT PARENT COUNSELOR AUARDS 

ANTI-CRIME PROGRAM 'OUTSTANDING' 

LANGENBERFER WINS HONOR FOR TEACHING EXCELLENCE 

N.C. STATE JOINS 'IVY' LEAGUE 

ENO RIVER, TRIANGLE J GROUPS CAPTURE AWARDS 

DUKE DOCTOR GETS AWARD FOR RESEARCH 

AWARD WINNERS 

CITIZENSHIP AWARDS 

FILM ON CHUCK DAVIS WINS 'EAGLE' AWARD 

N.C. PUBLIC TV WINS TOP AWARD 

PROF WINS $10,000 FOR PLAY 

ENO RIVER ASSOCIATION TO RECEIVE NATIONAL 'TAKE PRIDE' AWARD 

HOSPITAL DIRECTOR GETS AWARD 

WILKINS NAMED OUTSTANDING COMMISSIONER OF 1988 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


1 


2/17/1988 B 


1 N H60 


S 


2 


2/18/1983 C 


3 P N 


S 


2 


2/19/1988 C 


2 P P T32 


H 


2 


2/24/1988 A 


6 N 


S 


2 


3/03/1988 A 


8 N 


S 


2 


3/04/1988 A 


13 P N 


S 


2 


3/05/1983 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/10/1988 C 


6 P N M97 


H 


2 


3/12/1988 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


3/19/1988 A 


5 P P T37 


S 


2 


3/25/1988 A 


11 P P 


H 


2 


3/26/1988 B 


8 N 


S 


2 


3/26/1988 A 


2 P P T32 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


3/28/1988 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


3/29/1988 A 


8 P P S76 


S 


2 


3/30/1988 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 


3/31/1988 B 


5 N 


S 


2 


4/02/1988 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


4/04/1988 C 


6 N 


H 


•7 


4/07/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


4/09/1988 A 


8 P N U82 


S 


2 


4/11/1988 A 


3 N 


H 


2 


4/16/1988 C 


2 N 


S 


2 


4/25/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


1 


4/26/1988 C 


4 N 


S 


2 


4/26/1988 A 


6 P F G59 


H 


2 


4/28/1988 D 


11 P P S73 


S 


2 


5/04/1988 A 


9 N 


S 


2 


5/05/1988 A 


12 N 


S 


2 


5/05/1988 C 


10 P P L38 


S 


2 


5/11/1988 B 


6 P P T32 


H 


2 


5/12/1988 C 


7 N 


S 


2 


5/12/1988 A 


6 P P C45 


S 


2 


5/13/1988 B 


8 P P T32 


s 


2 


5/13/1988 C 


2 P P S73 


S 


2 


5/16/1988 A 


3 N 


s 


2 


5/16/1988 C 


1 N 


s 


2 


5/16/1988 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


5/18/1988 A 


16 P P T32 


H 


2 


5/19/1988 C 


6 P N 


S 


2 


5/19/1983 C 


3 P P T32 


S 


2 


5/21/1988 C 


1 P P T32 


S 


2 


5/24/1988 A 


7 N S92 


S 


2 


5/24/19S8 C 


2 P P L38 


H 


1 


5/25/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/25/1988 B 


6 N 


S 


2 


5/27/1988 C 


7 P P T32 


H 


2 


5/29/1988 C 


7 N 


H 


2 


5/31/1988 B 


8 N 


S 


2 


6/02/1988 C 


16 P P K30 


S 


2 


6/08/1988 A 


7 P P T32 


s 


2 


6/08/1988 A 


8 P P K30 


CHH 1 


6/09/1988 A 


8 P N 


S 


2 


6/10/1988 A 


13 N 


CHH 1 


6/11/1988 A 


10 P N S12 


CHH 1 


6/14/1988 A 


8 N 


S 


2 


6/16/1988 C 


1 N B53 


CHH 1 


6/17/1988 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


6/17/1988 A 


8 P F Zll 


S 


2 


6/20/1988 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


6/26/1988 A 


13 N 


S 


2 


6/28/1988 C 


2 P P T44 


H 


2 


6/30/1988 B 


4 P P T44 


S 


2 


7/07/1988 D 


5 N 


H 


2 


7/11/1988 B 


7 N 


H 


2 


7/17/1988 B 


4 P N D80 


H 


n 


7/17/1988 B 


12 P N D22 


S 


2 


7/19/1988 A 


3 N 


H 


1 


7/20/1988 B 


1 N H60 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



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NORTHSN HIGH SCHOOL WUDERT SPRING AWARDS LISTED 
mm&M TFCH PRESIDENT CITED FOR LEADERSHIh 
COBLE TO RECEIVE AWARD FOR PROMOTING ART EDUCATION 
ENO GROT BRINGS BACK U.S. AWARD 
LIFE AND SCIENCE MUSEUM WINS AWARD 

HMFiln' AT CONFERENCE 
DRUG FIRM GETS AWARD 

SSTScSS S FROM SPECIAL OLYMPICS 

CITY OF MEDICINE TO GIVE AWARDS 

if^REsfofNTS, SUN WIN STATE ARC AWARK 
MTTARRICK GIVEN BELK'S AWARD OF EXCELLENLi 
rwPF iff THE! CROSS. KELLYS RECEIVE AWARDS 
THREE"eCU AM CHOSEN TO RECEIVE AWARDS 

T^HiEfkuls S Al?ISTffi«0 IN WASHINGTON 

DURHAM CHAMBER WINS AWARD 

COJNT^GOVERNMENT HEALTH EFFORT WINS U.S. AWARD 

SS^hS^NDED OFFICER 

mmH OFFICER HONORED BY POLICE 

nKtATE'S CUMMINGS RECEIVES U.S. AWARD 

INSTRUCTOR HONORED 

NEW OFFICERS, TOP AGENT 

JBBt^SSWSt^a DIETETICS AWARD 
CLUBPRESENTS WOMAN OF YEAR AWARD 

CREST^ST^MMUNITY CAPTURES NATIONAL AWARD 

fKf 1 RCTBL ACCEPTS A^RD 

pp?£™ TNTiliSTRIES RECEIVES AWARD 

ORANGE REGllraOF^Dj 5 WINS STATE AWARD 

TRIANGLE FORESTER GETS AWARD 

NCPT WINS PROGRAMMING AWARD 

HOUSING AWARD 

O/KBSftS S^OrScAL ULTRASOUND RESEARCH 

^s^re^vIsTeadeS mm 

Sf f TH^Y^R ACCUSTOMED TO CELEBRITIES OF THE GOLFING WORLD 

BOBST AWARIS WINNERS 

SALUTE TO YOUTH 

KENAN WINS STATE ARTS AWARD 

HIUHORN GETS T MEDICAL AWARD 
nSffWFKSCR OF MUSIC WINS AWARD 
mUNTY HflME AGENT RECEIVES TOP AWARD 
DILWEG.XlNSAMONG AWARD FINALISTS 

^gg'BSS S^GHTEST STUDENTS 

^H WSaSl ENDANGERED PRIMATES 



E 
D • 

2 

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



N 
P 

S 

S 

S 

H 

S 

CHH 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 



--DATE- 



S 
E 

C -PG 



H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

5 

S 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

S 

CHH 

S 

s 

CHH 
S 
H 
H 
H 

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



2 
2 
2 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 



7/20/1988 
7/23/1988 
7/23/1988 
7/28/1988 
8/03/1988 
8/04/1988 
8/19/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/09/1988 . 
9/09/1988 B 
9/12/1988 A 
9/12/1988 
9/17/1988 
9/20/1988 
9/20/1988 
9/20/1988 
9/26/1983 
9/28/1988 
9/29/1988 
9/30/1988 B 
9/30/1988 A 
10/01/1983 
10/01/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/03/1988 
10/08/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/11/1983 
10/12/1988 
10/12/1988 
10/14/1988 
10/15/1983 
10/15/1983 
10/19/1988 
10/19/1988 
10/20/1988 
10/21/1983 
10/21/1988 
10/21/1988 B 
10/22/1988 C 



16 
10 
10 

5 
11 

7 

5 

1 

2 

12 
13 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
8 
10 



10/26/1988 

10/26/1988 

10/27/1988 

10/23/1988 

10/29/1988 

11/01/1983 

11/03/1988 

11/03/1988 

11/04/1988 

11/11/1988 

11/13/1988 B 

11/14/1983 A 

11/15/1988 B 

11/16/1988 A 

11/28/1988 A 

11/29/1983 B 

12/06/1988 C 

12/08/1988 A 

12/25/1988 B 



5 
1 
S 
11 
1 
4 
1 
4 
9 
7 
4 
3 
8 

15 
15 
1 
6 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

N 
N 
N 
N 

N 

P 

J Oil 

N W82 

P S73 

N 

P T44 

N S17 

N K65 

N S17 

N 
' P T44 

N 
' N 

N 

N 

N 

5 N 

N 

P M66 
N H65 
P M66 
N B53 
P T44 
N M51 
P S76 
N 
N 
P 
N 
N 
N 

P T32 
N H70 
N 
N 
N 
N M20 



K30 



15 P N K65 



8 

1 I 

3 

14 

10 
8 
5 
8 

14 

14 

10 
4 
6 
1 
8 
7 



S73 



N 

P S73 

N R63 

N 

N 

N 
» P 

N 

N 
> P B90 

N L90 

E 

N 

N 
P N 

N 



H 2 6/15/1938 B 9 N 



H 2 5/12/1988 B 2 N 
H 2 10/28/1988 A 13 N 



2 3/04/19EC. B 
2 9/30/1988 A 



12 P N ISO 

13 P N D80 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/19S8 



BUKE SCIENTISTS TO BREEB AYE-AYES 

AZALEA FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO WILMINGTON, N.C. 

AZALEA FESTIVAL WILL RUN THROUGH SUNDAY 

AZALEA QUEEN 

AZALEA FEST CELEBRATED 

PERSON HIGH BAND WINS AZALEA FESTIVAL HONOR 

AZALEAS 

AZALEA SALE SET FOR APRIL 8, 9 IN CHAPEL HILL 
FLAME AZALEA CLONED 

AZTEC TWO-STEP (BAND) 

MUSIC FUN BAND BOND; SHOW-OFF MAKES BLUES OF CHICAGO A SNOOZE 

B-24 BOMBERS 

PAINTING FOR PATRIOTISM 



B-52 



BOMBERS 

MORTAR SHELL FOUND IN SHED 



B & C ASSOCIATES (HIGH POINT, N.C.) 

HIGH POINT LAWYER WITH MANDELA LINK IS BACK 



B & G GRILL 

FANS-ACC FANATICS—CAN BE FOUND AT B&G GRILL, FRIENDLY CITY BARBER SHOP H 



BB GUN 

SEE ALSO GUNS 
LEAVE MY DOG ALONE 

4-YEAR-OLD'S BB GUN ACTUALLY LOADED .22 RIFLE 
BB GUNMAN TAKES 7-ELEVEN SAFE 
POLICE LOG/MERCEDES, MAZDA SHOT WITH BB GUN 
MAN ARRESTED FOR POINTING BB GUN 

BFI WASTE SYSTEMS 

SEE BROWNING FERRIS INDUSTRIES INC. 

BMT SUBWAY DELI (HERITAGE SQUARE) 

MAN CHARGED WITH SIX ARMED ROBBERIES 

RESTAURANT ROBBED 

SHOT FIRED AS STORE EMPLOYEE CHASES ROBBER 

BMW (AUTO) 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
EMBLEM BANDIT 

BMW CLUB 

BMW CLUB! A MODEL GROUP 



D — DATE — C 
2 10/12/1988 C 



4/07/1988 D 
4/09/1988 C 
4/11/1988 C 
4/12/1988 B 



H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 



CHH 1 



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I T 
L Y 

-PG L P BYL 

1 N 



11 N 
3 P P 
2 N 
1 N 



3/31/1988 B 
4/26/1988 A 



1/22/1988 D 
7/13/1988 A 
4/26/1988 C 
8/19/1988 A 
3/12/1988 A 



1/20/1988 A 
1/20/1988 B 
2/23/1969 B 

9/27/1988 A 



H 2 10/30/1988 B 



10 N 
7 N 



8 P R L37 

1 P N L90 

2 N 
7 P N 

1 P N N36 



4 L 
1 N 

16 N 

3 N 

5 N 



H 
S 
H 


2 2/21/1988 B 
2 9/08/1988 C 
2 11/20/1988 B 


1 N 
7 N 
1 N 


H 


2 2/26/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/20/1988 E 


1 P F S56 






SEE BELL-NORTHERN RESEARCH 

BTR REALTY 

$12,5 MILLION PLAN IN HILLSBOROUGH INCLUDES MOTEL 
CATES LAUDS MOTEL PROJECT 

B. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 

SEE ALSO EBENEZER CHURCH RECREATION AREA 

SEE ALSO FARRINGTON POINT 

SEE ALSO MAPS, B. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 

MEETING STARTS RIPPLE TOWARD SOLVING AREA WATER PROBLEMS 

CHATHAM COMMISSIGtCRS DENY SUBDIVISION PLAN, 3-2 

DUKE CAUTIOUSLY POSITIVE ON PROPOSED GREENWAY 

BODY OF ROXBORO COACH FOUND IN LAKE 

PROBE OF COACH'S DEATH POINTS TO DURHAM AFTER JONES' BODY FOUND... 

CORONER SAYS COACH DROWNED 

PRELIMINARY REPORT INDICATES ROXBORO COACH DROWNED 



H 2 7/13/1988 A 
CHH 1 11/05/1988 A 



1 M N R63 
3 P N H90 



H 


2 


1/24/1988 A 


1 P N L90 


H 


3 


2/16/1988 B 


1 N MIO 


H 


2 


3/10/1988 A 


1 M N N36 


H 


2 


3/13/1988 A 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


3/14/1988 C 


1 N M51 


S 


2 


3/14/1988 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


3/15/1988 C 


8 P N M51 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1983 



INDEX BY 
- 12/31/1938 



SUBJECTS 



(CARTOON) 



as rmwe |SS Z 

ffi.S r^S^ll^ OP REBER^TIONB. 

^f^^Sl^LL&LONS FROM JORDAN L*E 

UATER PURCHASE COODHIKE RATES 

BOARD DEFERS ACTION ON WATER DEAL 

HffiME M^ff^ « L*E WATER 

CHATHAM SAYS OK TO PLACING 

a F TStES L PUT STATE FOREST ONE YEAR LATE 
ACTION URGED TO PROTECT RIVER BASIN 

S^E^I^Clf^Y^ FOR HOLIDAY O^ 

OMASA'S DEADLINE EXTENDED 

SaifoKMsfci^ 

^"EAGLEfsiS ATJSlS NG JULY, AUWBON SOCIETY REPORTS 

S^lakeS^ea^ vacation SPOT 

SCffiJORBAN LAKE BOAT RAWS CLOSED 
lK*WlONGER ASSIGNED TO PARKERS CREEK AREA 

jorum 'rangers wa awed 

HATER FALLS, HAZE RISES 

t^TO^lUW STUDY LAKE'S PROJECTED POPULATION BOOM 

ffiffi^ rMvrira sfluws supervision 

KipWjRGES CUT IN JORDAN ALLOTMENTS 
^frurn^i AN OK'D- JORDAN LAKE HEARING SET 

^HUNTING SEASON OPENS K*£ ; PRIKE HABITAT LOCATED IN DURHAM 
B " ^UNRESTOCTED INDUSTRIAL' ZONING EYED 



N 
P 

H 
S 
H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



D — DATE- 



-PG 



2 
2 
3 

3 
3 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CKH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 1 
CHH 1 
H 1 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CKH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



3/27/1988 B 
3/30/1988 A 
4/14/1988 B 
4/16/1988 C 
4/20/1988 C 
4/20/1988 C 
4/28/1988 B 
5/19/1988 B 
5/24/1988 B 
5/26/1988 B 
6/07/1983 A 
6/08/1988 A 
6/08/1988 A 
6/08/1938 
6/09/1988 
6/09/1988 
6/10/1983 
6/11/1988 .. 
6/14/1988 B 
6/15/1988 A 
6/18/1988 
6/18/1988 
6/21/1988 
6/22/1988 
6/22/1983 .. 
6/22/1988 B 
6/24/1988 C 
6/25/1983 
6/28/1983 
6/28/1988 
6/30/1988 
6/30/1983 
7/01/1988 
7/01/1988 
7/01/1963 
7/01/1988 
7/17/1988 
7/23/1988 
7/27/1983 
8/11/1983 
8/12/1983 
8/13/1988 
8/17/1988 - 
8/21/1988 B 
8/21/1988 A 
8/24/1983 B 
8/26/1983 C 
8/27/1983 
8/28/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/08/ 198S 
9/09/1988 
9/14/1988 
10/16/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/27/1988 
11/02/1983 
11/04/1988 
11/05/1983 
12/02/198-8 .. 
12/04/1983 B 
12/09/ 198S A 
12/10/1988 A 
12/15/1988 A 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

N 

N U82 
N K65 
I N M10 
N W27 
N 030 
N M51 
N M70 
N L90 
N R63 



1 M N S63 



A 
A 

A 
A 
A 



A 
A 
A 
B 
A 



B 

B 

A 

B 

A 

C 

A 

A 

A 

A 

C 

A 

B 

A 

C 

B 



3 

4 
i 

2 
3 

7 

3 
8 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 

i 

J 

1 

7 
1 

1 

2 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

3 

1 

3 

1 

4 

i 

4 I 
14 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
8 
1 
8 
1 

A 
1 
1 
1 
A 
1 

5 
1 
2 

1 



N Ml 
T 050 
E 

N L90 
N VI 1 
N Vll 
N S63 
N M70 
N L90 
N S63 
N K65 
N M25 
N L90 
N S63 
N M70 
N L90 
N 

N 080 
N S63 
N 

N L90 
N 

N S63 
N S63 
N L90 
N S63 
N 

N S63 
N K65 
E 
N 
P P T37 
N 

N S63 

P P T37 

P P L38 

N L40 

L 

N L90 
P P L38 
N LAO 
P P L38 
N K25 
L 

N K60 
F N L90 
N M25 
L 
C N LAO 
N 

N L40 
N 
M N 046 



S 2 2/27/1988 C 1 N M06 



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SUBJECTS 



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P D — DATE- 



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-PG L P BYL 



SEE ALSO NUCLEAR SAFETY 
DUKE POWER CO. READY TO OPERATE CALIFORNIA NUCLEAR POWER PLANT 

BABE RUTH LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 
SEE ALSO YOUTH SPORTS 

BAMBINO BASEBALL LEAGUE IMPROVES STADIUM IN WINTER 

BABE RUTH BASEBALL (AD) 

PROSPECTIVE BAMBINO BASEBALL PLA,ERS RECEIVE THEIR EVALUATIONS 

AF-RIL SHOWERS DON'T DAMPEN SPIRITS AT BASEBALL OPENER 

BAMBINO BASEBALL LEAGUE LEAD TIED 

BAMBINO LEAGUE GAMES HIGHLIGHTEB 

BAMBINO LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTED 

BABE RUTH BASEBALL GETS UNDER WAY 

DURHAM BEATS OAK GROVE TEAM 

FORD'S TEAM COMEBACK DEADLOCKS STANDINGS 

DURHAM 16-18 BABE RUTH TEAM BRINGS RECORD TO 5-0 

GREENSBORO RIPS DURHAM IN BAMBINO TOURNAMENT 

CARY TRIPS DURHAM FOR BASEBALL BRONZE 

C.C. WOODS EARNS BAMBINO LEAGUE CAMPIONSHIP 

WILKINS LEADS KARATE TO WIN 

BAMBINO LEAGUE TO HOST TOURNAMENT 

BAMBINO TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS 

1988 DISTRICT ONE BAMBINO TOURNAMENT TEAM ROSTERS 

CABLEVISION TO COVER BAMBINO TOURNAMENT 

BAMBINO BASEBALL IS UNIQUE 

DURHAM 9-10 ALL-STARS TAKE BAMBINO CROWN 

S. GRANVILLE BEATS DURHAM FOR BAMBINO DISTRICT TITLE (CORRECTED 7-26-88) 

PREP ALL-STARS ARE CHAMPIONS 

SUN DOES GOOD JOB COVERING DURHAM RECREATIONAL SPORTS 
. BABE RUTH TEAM WINS DISTRICT 

DURHAM ALL-STARS FALL SHORT IN INVITATIONAL 

BABETTE'S FEAST (FILM) 

'BABETTE' PRESENTS CINEMATIC FEAST 

'BABETTE'S' AT LA RESIDENCE A FEAST FOR FOODIES 

DANCE-WATCHING TIPS; TWO BIRDS 

BABIES HAVING BABIES (PLAY) 

PLAY DRAMATIZES PERILS OF TEEN-AGE PREGNANCY 
EXPECTANT 

"BABY" (PLAY) 

•BABY' TUNEFUL, FUNNY, HONEST 

BABY BOOM (FILM) 

•BABY BOOM' SKEWERS SATIRE WITH SUCCESS 

BABY FOOD 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
SEE ALSO INFANT FORMULA 
SEE ALSO NUTRITION 
GERBER RECALLS TURKEY DINNER BABY FOOD 

BABY SELLING 
SEE CHILDREN 
SEE INFANTS 

BABY SITTERS 

SEE ALSO SAFE SITTER PROGRAM 
SAFE BABYSITTER PROGRAM COMING TO TOWN 
CHILD APPARENTLY DROWNS IN BATHTUB OF DURHAM HOME 
DROWNING PROBED 

NO CHARGES TO BE FILED IN DROWNING 
YOUTHS GET BASIC TRAINING IN BABYSITTING 

BACCUS LODGE (WESTERN N.C.) 

POWER LINE MAY THREATEN EDISON'S RETREAT 

LODGE OWNERS WITHDRAW OPPOSITION TO DUKE POWER'S PANTHERTOWN LINE 



H 1 4/29/1988 C 



s 


2 


1/26/1988 B 


7 P N A76 


s 


2 


3/08/1988 A 


13 D A 


s 


2 


3/15/1988 C 


4 P N 


s 


2 


4/26/1988 B 


4 P N A76 


s 


2 


5/03/1988 B 


6 P N 


s 


2 


5/10/1988 B 


7 N 


s 


2 


5/17/1988 B 


6 N 


s 


2 


5/31/1988 B 


5 P N A76 


s 


2 


6/14/1988 D 


3 P N A76 


s 


2 


6/14/1988 D 


3 P U A76 


s 


2 


6/14/1988 D 


4 N A76 


s 


2 


6/17/1988 D 


3 N A76 


s 


2 


6/20/1988 D 


8 N A76 


s 


2 


6/21/1988 D 


3 P N A76 


s 


2 


7/05/1988 B 


4 P N A76 


s 


2 


7/05/1988 B 


4 N 


s 


2 


7/05/1988 B 


4 C N 


s 


2 


7/05/1988 B 


4 C N 


s 


2 


7/05/1988 B 


5 N ■ 


s 


2 


7/05/19S8 B 


5 N 


s 


2 


7/19/1988 B 


4 P N A76 


s 


2 


7/19/1988 B 


5 P N A76 


s 


2 


7/19/1988 B 


6 P N A76 


s 


2 


7/21/1988 A 


4 L 


s 


2 


7/26/1988 B 


6 P N A76 


s 


2 


8/09/1988 B 


6 P N 


H 


2 


5/20/1988 D 


7 P R S66 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 D 


23 P R D77 


s 


2 


6/09/1983 D 


3 P U B71 


s 


2 


11/09/1988 C 


1 P N S92 


s 


2 11/11/1988 A 


12 P P T37 


H 


2 


3/11/1988 D 


11 R W66 


H 


2 


6/24/1988 D 


5 P R L59 



H 2 9/24/1988 A 10 N 



7/21/1988 C 
8/25/1988 C 
8/26/1988 C 
9/12/1988 C 
12/31/1988 D 



6 P N C60 
6 N 
1 N H65 
1 N H65 
6 N 



2 1/31/1988 A 13 
2 11/02/1988 A 12 



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1/01/1988 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



-DATE- 



S 

E 

c -re 



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Friends make best neighbors s 2 

SNOW CHANGES THE WHOLE SHOW S 2 

DENTIST'S CALL INSPIRES BREAD S 2 

PROGRESS HAS A DOWN SIDE S 2 

•FAST FOOD CAN CAUSE SLOW BURN s 2 

PRESIDENT NEEDS THE RIGHT NAME g 2 

GORGEOUS WOMEN CURE WINTER BLUES S 2 

WINTER OLYMPICS 'TRIF1E-AXEL' BORE s 2 

CARSON'S HOMOPHOBIA EVIDENT S 2 

BACHELOR BUSY WITH BASKETBALL g 2 

SUreiCAL SUTURES AGE LIKE FINE WINE | 2 

5-YEAR-OLDS FIND LIFE MAGICAL g 2 

CHILDHOOD WAS GREAT S 2 

DIETERS SING THE BLUES g 2 

UHFN 40 ICARS. SO DO FEARS S 2 

SOT1ER INSPIRES IDLE OBSERVATIONS § | 

VEAL MAKES FUR FLY S 2 

K&K^T^ NEED QUALIFIER. f | 

^juwjwl™ **** « mcheldr pwm H 2 

BACKACHE 

SE NO ft ^ES A ABOUT Hi DR. WITT IS SERIOUS ABOUT RELIEVING CHRONIC PAIN 
KaCK COULD END NICKLAUS' PLAYING DAYS 

^STEVE TOLER GETS FREE SHIRTS AFTER ONE CLAWED BY BACKHOE H 

RAISING BUST 

BACKYARD WILDLIFE PROGRAM 

^K^K$^**S FOR WILDLIFE 

^SOffi NEIGHBORS WANT TEER TO OPERATE QUARRY » \ 

PROPOSED QUARRY PLAWOASRESJRWK s 2 

TEER QUARRY HEARING OUTRAGES NEIGHBCRS s 2 

IS TO SEEK PERMIT FOR NfWROCK .QUARRY g 2 

COUNTY OKS TEER QUARRY, SETS CONDITIONS s 2 
Br PERMITRULES SHOULD BE ENFORCED 

BAC ot I §i en mqFASFS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 

SE oraaN§N Ska test siisup listeria detection 

^SE^ALSO CHECKING ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO CHECKS H 2 

WOMAN GIVEN 5-YEAR TERM H 3 

COURT UPHOLDS AWARD OF $62,500 H 2 

RAractPH^COUNrfNAN SAYS THIEVES STOLE HIS IDENTITY {J 1 

BA^CffiCKt^lKFR^GRAMWILLE^^D \ 2 

PPTtCE ARREST AT MALL TWO ON STOLEN CHECK CHARGEb H 2 

S MaTjAILED ON STABBI^ CHARGE ShH 1 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH C1CCK FORGERY H 2 

ram cn&ri unMAN FACES 116 COUNTS OF BAD CHECKS puu \ 

™W™$K«w Charged with passing bad checks B" 2 

vSeeTpWD™ PRCGRAM ^ J 

POLICE LOG/APEX MAN ALLEGEDLY JJROTE BAD CHECKS ^ j 

SI L cr°iSpSS^ ^ Kt^ess CHECK CHARGES 
BAD CREEK 



1/06/1988 B 
1/13/1988 B 
1/20/1988 B 
1/27/1988 B 
2/03/1988 B 
2/10/1988 B 
2/17/1988 B 
2/24/1988 B 
3/01/1988 A 
3/02/1988 A 
5/04/1988 B 
6/01/1988 B 
6/08/1988 B 
6/15/1988 B 
6/22/1988 B 
6/29/1988 B 
7/13/1988 B 
7/20/1988 B 
7/27/1988 B 
8/03/1988 B 
10/28/1988 C 



1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


4 


L 


6 


N 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


U C09 


1 


N S82 



CHH 1 10/31/1988 A 
H 2 11/04/1988 B 



2 3/24/1988 B 
1 6/18/1988 C 



3 P N S17 
1 P N C49 



1 P N N36 
1 P P K30 



S 2 11/04/1988 A 8 P F G59 



6/26/1988 B 
6/26/1988 D 
8/23/1988 A 
11/14/1988 A 
11/15/1988 B 
11/16/1988 A 



N A54 
L 

N H65 
N H65 
N H65 
E 



2 2/19/1988 C 3 N C60 



1/13/1988 B 
1/13/1988 B 
1/30/1983 C 
2/10/1988 
3/07/1988 
5/03/1988 
6/05/1988 
6/09/1988 
6/13/1988 
7/08/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/28/1988 
10/16/1983 
11/13/1988 
11/13/1988 
12/26/1988 



9 
1 
1 

11 

i 

£ 
1 
1 

6 
5 
3 

9 
3 
1 
3 
3 
7 



N 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
P N S82 

N 

N 
P N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 - 



INDEX 
12/31/1988 



BY SUBJE 



DUKE POWER SAYS IT NEEDS MORE PLANTS FOR PEAK LOAD 

BAD HABITS 

SEE ALSO BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION 

SEE ALSO QUIT SMOKING CLINIC 
SMOKING, OTHER BAD HABITS LINKED 
STUDY SHOWS SMOKERS HAVE OTHER BAD HABITS TOO 
INSIDE 



BAD HABITS (PLAY) 

MEANING UPSTAGED BY HUMOR IN DURHAM'S RALEIGH 

THE BADGETT SISTERS 

THE CONSTITUTIONAL QUANDARY 



HABITS' 



BAGDAD CAFE (FILM) 

'BAGDAD CAFE'! MAGIC ON RT. 66 
THE TEN BEST FILMS OF 1988 

BAGGAGE 

SEE AIRLINES, BAGGAGE 
SEE SUITCASES 

BAGPIPES 

$$* FREE OF CHARGE $$$ 

SCOTTISH CLANS GATHER, 33RD HIGHLAND GAMES BEGIN 

BAHA'I FAITH 

PERSECUTION OF BAHA'IS 

BAHAMA BAPTIST CHURCH 

A DO-IT-YOURSELF CHURCH 

BAHAMA BAPTIST CHURCH HOLDS FIRST SERVICE IN NEW FACILITY 

BAHAMA RURITAN CLUB 

SEE ALSO RURITAN CLUBS 
RURITAN OFFICERS 
RURITAN LEADERS MEET 
CLUB HONORS 

BAHAMA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 
SHOVEL SQUAD 

BAHAMA FIRE DEPARTMENT SCHEDULES OPEN HOUSE 
BAHAMA FIRE DEPARTMENT OPENS 2ND STATION 

BAHLSEN INC. 

HUGE BAKERY OPENS IN CARY 

BAHRAIN 

BLUEGRASS BAND'S BEAT REACHES BLIND IN BAHRAIN 

BAIL BONDS 

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

REPEAT OFFENDERS FACE HIGi-ER BONDS 

BOND HEARING REOPENED IN ROBESON CASE 

LAWYER DATES FREED ON $125,000 BOND 

AFFIDAVITS HELP JAILED LAWYER OBTAIN BOND 

MAGISTRATE DENIES BOND FOR DRUG DEFENDANT 

MAN HELD IN COCAINE PROBE IS DENIED BOND 

2 HELD FOR COCAINE UNDERGO BOND HEARING 

TWO DURHAM MEN DENIED BOND IN COCAINE CONSPIRACY CASE 

COCAINE OPERATION UNFOLDS 

DEAR JUDGE, I HATE TO BOTHER YOU, BUT,,. 

BOND SET AT $250,000 FOR WIDOW OF DURHAM COACH 

JUDGE DENIES BOND FOR HATCHER, JACOBS IN HOSTAGE CASE 

STAGER SEEKS COUNSEL, CLAIMING INDIGENCY 

JUDGE DENIES BOND REDUCTION FOR MRS. STAGER 

BOND IS REVOKED IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASE 

PARENTS, FAMILY FRIENDS POST BOND TO GET COACH'S WIDOW OUT OF JAIL 



C T S 


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N E 

P D — DATE- 


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


H 2 6/10/1988 A 16 N 



H 2 6/11/1983 A 9 N 
S 2 6/13/1988 C 3 N 
S 2 6/18/1988 B 1 U T30 



H 2 4/08/1988 D 8 P R P10 
H 2 7/22/1988 D 12 P F W66 



H 2 9/09/1988 D 5 P R S66 
H 2 12/30/1988 D 10 P R S66 



2 2/25/1988 D 
2 7/10/1988 C 



8 P I 
5 P N 



H 2 2/20/1983 A 4 L 



H 2 2/27/1988 A 11 P N 
S 2 2/27/1988 A 6 N 



S 2 2/10/1988 A 8 P P K30 
S 2 5/11/1988 A 8 P P S73 
S 2 12/14/1983 C 13 P P K30 



H 2 2/01/1988 C 3 P P C45 
S 2 9/13/1988 B 16 N 
S 2 9/17/1988 C 1 P N B53 



H 2 10/11/1983 BUN 
H 2 5/23/1983 B 4 N 



H 


2 


1/11/1983 B 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


2/19/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/12/1988 B 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


4/12/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


4/13/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


4/14/19G8 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


4/14/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 C 


5 


N S82 


S 


2 


4/15/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


4/18/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


4/20/1983 A 


8 


N S82 


H 


2 


4/20/1988 C 


8 P N 


S 


2 


4/27/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


s 


2 


5/06/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


s 


2 


5/16/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/20/1988 A 


1 P N S82 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
- 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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BAIL SUSPICIOUS; WOMAN IS PLACED IN RALEIGH JAIL _ 

ACCUSED MURDERER FREED ON BOND 

tutc rati rrRTAINLY DIDN'T FIT THE CHARGE „ vm 

CRAIG FRAN^IN'S BROTHER RELEASED ON *25,000 BOND 

^CHARGED WITH FIVEJ^-BC 

MAN CHARGED IN 5 BREAK-INS TO SWIM CLUB 

ac*fct SO FUNNY, SUSPECT LAUGHS 

LOU BOND IN DRUG CASE HARD TO UNDERSTAND 

nmm&aMa ,-30-s., 

S RELEASED AFTER $25,000 BAIL POSTED 
THE MISPLACED TRUST 

BAIT DEALERS 

SEE FISHING BAIT 

BAKERIES, DURHAM 
BAKERY BINGE 

^SL^SK^B^fflo^IDER TAX CHANGES 
hffl^^ORDftfM ON WHAT WAS OFFERED FOR BAKERY 
HUGE BAKERY OPENS IN CARY 

BALANCED GROWTH 

SEE ECONOMY, N.C. %Mrm u _ 

SEE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

SEE N.C7 STATE GOALS AND POLICY BOARD 

BALD 

SEE BALDNESS 

BALD EAGLE 
SEE EAGLES 

*° ^D BALDY? LIGHTHOUSE UILL BE RELIGHTED TODAY 
OLD BALDY CASTS LIGHT ON COASTAL N.C. HIoTCRY 
BELL'S INVENTION ARRIVES AT BALD HEAD 
DIVERS SALVAGING CANNON FROM SHIP 
PATROLS PROTECT HATCHLING TURTLES ^^ rc 
CcSaNCY MEMBERS HELP PRESERVE TURTLES 

BALD-HEADED MEN OF AMERICA 

^TIW'S^THEST HEAD AWARD RECIPIENT SHINES 

PAL SEE £ ALSO BALD-HEADED MEN Of AMERICA 
SEE ALSO HAIR 

^nWJ'SsXcST READ AWARD RECIPIENT SHINES 
BALDNESS DRUG STUCK AT FTM _ Tr ^ 
I^pW^ 8 ^^^ HYPE ABOUT DRUG 
SSjaS Sfi S^K^llTo^FOR MALE PATTERN BALDNESS 

EAL SEE ALSO CHILDREN'S BALLET THEATRE 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
P^SlK^ES DANCE TO LIVE WITH 
FLTlNG^!^ KlK TVE PLIGHT OF THE MALE DANCER 



N 

P 

s 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

s 

H 
H 
H 

H 



D — DATE- 



S 
E 

C -PG 



6/15/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/22/1988 
7/24/1983 



9/08/1988 
9/21/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/13/1988 B 
10/29/1988 C 
12/17/1988 C 
12/21/1988 A 



4 

1 I 
4 
1 

10 
1 
9 
4 
4 
3 
1 
7 
4 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

N 

NR63 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N S82 

N 

E 



2 6/17/1988 D 23 R D77 



H 2 2/20/1988 A 1 N 

H 2 2/21/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 2/25/1988 A 13 N L40 

H 2 10/11/1988 BUN 



H 2 4/02/1988 A 11 N 

S 2 4/04/1988 A 4 E 

H 1 4/27/198S C 4 N 

H 2 5/20/1988 B 4 N 

H 2 8/C9/1988 A 8 N 

S 2 8/10/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 1/03/1988 D 12 P N 



H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
CHH 



1/03/1988 D 
4/27/1988 A 
5/25/1988 A 
8/24/1988 A 
9/05/1988 A 
11/04/1988 A 



12 P N 


12 


U 


11 


U 


14 


u 


1 


N WS2 


6 


u 



H 2 2/03/1988 A 2 N 



S 2 2/11/1988 D 4 N 

H 2 4/01/1988 D 8 P F L59 

S 2 5/05/1988 D 7 N 

CHH 1 8/04/1988 A 3 U L41 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



'I'M JACQUES. LET'S GO.' 

BALLET OF LOS ANGELES 

BALLET TO PERFORM AT ELON COLLEGE 

BALLOONS 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL TAR HEEL BALLOON RACE 
SEE ALSO HOT AIR BALLOONS 

VALENTINES COME IN ALL SHAPES 

A REAL MOUTH OPENER 

INFLATABLE 

THEY'RE OFF 

LET 'EM FLY! 

FESTIVAL FOURTH 

BALLOON RIDE 

UP, UP, AND AWAY! 

STUDENT'S BALLOON BUSINESS FLYING HIGH 

PROFESSOR! BALLOONS KILLING SEA TURTLES 

ADOPT A BALLOON 

GOOD CAUSE ILL-SERVED BY BALLOON LITTER 

BALLOON WITH ANTI-DRUG PLEDGE TRAVELS OVER 400 MILES 

EDITORIAL AIMS WIDE OF THE MARK 

BALLOONS, HOT AIR 

SEE HOT AIR BALLOONS 

BALLOTS 

SEE ALSO ABSENTEE BALLOTS 
SEE ALSO WRITE-IN BALLOTS 

ALL MAJOR F-RESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES ON N.C.'S SUPER TUESDAY BALLOT 

A LOOK AT SUPER TUESDAY 

SUPER TUESDAY SAMPLE BALLOT FOR DURHAM COUNTY VOTING MACHINES 

$10,000 IN PAPER SAVINGS 

DURHAM TO USE PAPER BALLOTS IN RUNOFF; WILL SAVE MONEY 

THE PAPER CHASE 

MARTIN RECEIVES NEW POSITION ON NOV. BALLOT 

PRICE, FETZER DISAGREE ON BALLOT'S NAME PLACEMENT 

BALLOT CHANGE OK 'ED 

ELECTION BOARD BETRAYED PUBLIC TRUST 

ELECTION BOARD ACTION NOT A SCAM 

PRICE, FETZER CAMPS AGREE! PLACE STICKERS OVER BALLOT'S SMALL TYFt 

DURHAM COUNTY SAMPLE BALLOT FOR TUESDAY... 

ORANGE COUNTY SAMPLE BALLOT 

NORTHERN CHATHAM COUNTY SAMPLE BALLOT 

BALLROOM DANCING 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
BALLROOMS REVISITED; ONCE AGAIN, THEY'RE DANCING CHEEK-TO-CHEEK 

BALSAM UOOLY APHID 

SEE ALSO INSECTS, PESTS 
ECOLOGIST SAYS WOOLLY ADELGIDS, NOT POLLUTION, KILLING FRASER FIRS 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 

HUNTER EYED FOR BALTIMORE SCHOOL POST 
WASHINGTON, ALA. PASS HUNTER OVER 
HUNTER FINALIST FOR BALTIMORE JOB 
HUNTER FINALIST FOR BALTIMORE POST 
UNC PROF TO HEAD BALTIMORE SCHOOLS 
BALTIMORE HIRES COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD'S HUNTER 
BALTIMORE WILL GET GOOD MAN IN HUNTER 

BALTIMORE ORIOLES 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
ROBINSON DESERVES CHANCE 
LOW-FLYING BIRDS 

5 STATE BASEBALL PLAYERS JOIN PROS 
FOR PALMER, BROADCASTING AND BRIEFS REPLACE BASEBALL 
GALLOWS HUMOR 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


S 


2 


10/27/1988 D 


1 P F B71 


H 


1 


2/25/1988 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


2/03/1988 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 


2/10/1988 B 


5 P P T37 


S 


2 


2/10/1988 C 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 


4/26/1988 B 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 


5/07/1988 B 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 


7/05/1988 A 


5 P P T44 


CHH 


1 


8/22/1988 A 


1 P P T44 


S 


2 


10/21/1988 A 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 10/22/1983 B 


1 P N U82 


CHH 1 


11/22/1988 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 


1 


11/22/1988 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 


11/26/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


12/02/1988 A 


16 N 


CHH 1 


12/14/1988 A 


4 L 



S 2 1/06/1988 A 


6 N 


H 2 3/06/1988 D 


1 M N 


H . 2 3/06/1988 D 


2 C N 


H 2 5/27/1988 A 


4 E' 


S 2 5/27/ 198S A 


1 N S92 


H 2 5/31/1988 A 


4 E 


H 1 8/24/1988 B 


1 N 


H 2 9/05/1989 B 


1 N 


CHH 1 9/14/1988 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 9/15/1988 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 9/17/1988 A 


4 L 


H 2 10/12/1988 B 


1 D N W29 


H 2 11/06/1988 D 


4 D N 


CHH 1 11/06/1988 A 


12 C N 


CHH 1 11/06/1988 A 


13 C N 


H 2 12/16/1988 A 


8 P F S56 



H 2 8/31/1988 B 5 P N 



S 


2 


5/06/1988 C 


1 


N M06 


s 


2 


5/25/1988 A 


1 


N S92 


s 


2 


6/13/1988 A 


1 P N S 


H 




6/14/1988 B 


1 


P N J40 


S 


2 


6/24/1988 A 


1 


P N S92 


H 


2 


6/25/1988 C 


1 


N J40 


S 


2 


6/27/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


4/14/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/03/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/10/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


9/11/1988 C 


10 P N C68 


H 


2 11/17/1988 A 


4 


E 



BALTIMORE SUN (NEWSPAPER) 



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BALTIMORE MAN TO HEAD HERALD-SUN WHS STAFFS (CORRECTED 1-23-88) 
LOUIsTmTTER, BALTIMORE SPORTS WRITER 

BAMBINO LEAGUE 

SEE BABE RUTH LEAGUE 

EANAN BANANA TOP HERBACEOUS PLANT 

BANDS (MUSIC) „„ 

SEE ALSO BIG BAND SOUND 
SEE A1SO DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS 
SEE ALSO MARCHING BANDS 

WMWoFF IN TRIANGLE SHOWCASE 

*S PANEL NEEDS MORE TIME AND MONEY 
BANK DEPOSITS 



S 
N E E 
p D — DATE — C -PG 



H 2 1/26/1988 A 
H 2 4/23/1988 C 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

N N36 




S 2 1/08/1988 B 3 F 

H 2 4/26/1988 C 3 U U66 
H 2 9/24/1988 A 4 E 



*"* KOUMWISING $35 MILLION TO FORM BANK EAST 

"•yW U.S., FAILURES 

^SEE^SS AND TAKEOVERS 
BANK ROBBERY, CARRBORO 

SBBft'Srefffiffi SB ** CHARGED earlier 

PCUCE SEK MA* IN 2ND CCB HOLDUP 
CCB BANK RCBPER REMAINS AT LARGE 

Sffl^ S ^P KlSlS HI MSELFLP ffisTS 
U .sTFROSrarrORS ASK NO BOND FOR MAN HELD IN BANK HEISTS 
rm PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO BANK HOLDUP 
c*sV c-noorcY TRIAL DELAYED FCR EVALUATION „,_„ 

TOAL^CTAUG. 17 FCRMAN ACCUSED OF BANK ROBBERIES 

^iLECTir?/ S BEGINS-TODAY IN GA*R£ ROBBERY TRIAL 
b&^ CCiwiCTED OF CARRBORO BANK ROBBERIES 
U.S. COURT DELAYS ROBBERS SENTENCE 
CONVICTED BANK ROBBER COULD FACE 60 YEARS 

SI iS^^^^SENl^FrffDA^ HEISTS 

^fSARlWBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM „,.„«. 

EIGHT FROM DURHAM FACE U.S. CHARGES 

^CHaIqUI^FILINg'fALSE REPORT 

Ki sues city. Vice sergeant 

fficK SlMEuLED DOUN 
K^ELUDES BA>« ROBBERIES THIS YEAR 

BANK ROBBERY, NX. 

SEE ALSO ARMED ROBBERY, N.C. 

^ROBS^VtEr'hOLDING ASSISTANT MANAGER HOSTAGE 
UWlA^DIDNa KNOW SHEUAS GETAWAY DRIVER 



H 2 5/05/1988 D 9 N 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 

H 

s 

H 
S 

H 
H 

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



2/26/1983 A 
2/27/1988 C 
3/15/1988 B 
3/31/1988 B 
3/31/1988 A 
4/01/1988 
4/01/1988 
4/02/1983 
4/04/1988 
4/05/1983 
6/03/1988 
7/26/1988 B 
7/26/1983 A 
8/17/19B8 
8/19/1988 
11/09/1988 
11/19/1983 
11/22/1988 
12/20/1988 



H 
H 
S 
S 

S 
H 
S 



1 P 
7 P 
2 

1 
1 
3 



N 080 
N 080 
N 

N U27 
N B53 
N 080 
1 P N B53 
1 P N M51 
N 
N 

N H90 
N 080 
N H90 
N 

N M70 
N 

N H90 
N H90 
N H90 



1 
11 

1 
10 

3 
2 
1 
6 
1 
3 
3 



1/02/1988 C 
3/04/1988 B 
3/04/1988 A 
4/02/1983 C 
10/03/1988 A 
10/04/1983 A 
12/28/1988 C 



2 

9 
13 
1 
1 
1 
1 



N 
N 
N 

N B53 
N 

N M51 
N B53 



H 1 3/03/1988 B 2 N 
H 2 5/27/1988 A 11 N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



BAIL SUSPICIOUS; WOMAN IS FLACEB IN RALEIGH JAIL 
FRIENDS SAY 'GENTLEMAN BANDIT' A NICE GUY 
POLICE LOG/REWARD OFFERED IN ROBBERY 
BANDIT ON BIKE HOLDS UP BRANCH BANK 
BANK HOLDUPS RISKY FOR ROBBERS IN N.C. 



BY SUBJECTS 



BANK ROBBERY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ARMED ROBBERY, U.S. 
'GENTLEMAN BANDIT' ESCAPED FROM BUTNER 

BANKER EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY 

BLACK N.C. BANKERS' MISSION IS PROGRESS 

BANKERS, DURHAM 

BANKERS WILL DISCUSS PANEL ON SEWAGE 

BANKERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BANKS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO FIRST CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF N.C. (DIVISION OF FIRST UNION CORP.) 

SEE ALSO N.C, BANK COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C, NATIONAL BANK 

SEE ALSO WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST CO. 
WILLIAM JOHN CLAYTON, 97, RETIRED HILLSBOROUGH BANKER' 
BANKERS PREDICT LITTLE EFFECT LOCALLY FROM FED RATE HIKE 
DISMISSAL LEAVES EX-FIRST CITIZENS' PRES, WONDERING 
JONATHAN GULLICK, PIONEER INVESTMENT BANKER, DIES AT 87 
GRANVILLE COUNTY BANKER RETIRES 

BANKING REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO BANKS, U.S. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF BANKS) 
SEE ALSO GLASS-STEAGALL ACT 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

NEW TAX LAWS CREATING ANXIETY AMONG TAXPAYERS 

BANKING BILL DRAWS HEAVY OPPOSITION 

INTERSTATE BANKING TO BE REVIEWED 

BANKER URGES MORE FEDERAL DEREGULATION 

TEXAS BANKING BILL ADVANCES 

BANKER SAYS RULES STIFLING INDUSTRY 

BANKING DEREGULATION NEEDED 

BANKING DEREGULATION NEEDED 

NEW CHECK LAW TO HAVE LITTLE EFFECT — BANKS 

NEW BANKING RULES TO PROTECT CONSUMERS 

FED'S NEW LAW SFEEDS HANDLING OF YOUR CHECKS 

BANKRUPTCY 

SEE ALSO CHAPTER 11 (BANKRUPTCY) 
SEE ALSO CHAPTER 12 (BANKRUPTCY) 
SEE ALSO DEFAULT 
SEE ALSO RECEIVERSHIP 

IRS WANTS MORE FROM BAKKERS 

BAKKERS SEEK $1,3 MILLION FROM PTL 

ACCUSED COMPANY FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY 

FILES SAY 188 CUSTOMERS OWED MONEY BY FURNITURE COMPANY 

FINANCIAL WOES GROUND AMERICAN EAGLE AT RDU 

MORRISVILLE'S SEWER PROJECT TO BE FINISHED BY NEW CONTRACTOR 

AMERICAN EAGLE GROUNDED 

MISSING RECORDS CLOUD PTL PROBE 

AVAIR CANCELS FLIGHTS UNTIL JAN. 24 

FILM STUDIO SEEKS NEW AGREEMENT WITH CREDITORS 

SEVEN DEFENDANTS DROPPED FROM SUIT 

COMMUTER FLIGHT SERVICE NEGOTIATED 

AMERICAN EAGLE SERVICE MAY FLY AGAIN BY FEB, 1 

PERSON OFFICIALS HOPE ARRCWOOD CAN REOPEN 

AVAIR-AMERICAN TALKS PROGRESSING 

STATEMENT SAYS PERSON COUNTY'S NOT OBLIGATED TO REPAY ARROWOOD BONDS 

AMERICAN EAGLE COULD FLY AGAIN WITH $750,000 LOAN 

AVAIR IS OFFERED $750,000 LOAN 

FEW PILOTS TO RETURN UNDER AVAIR PLAN 



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S 2 6/15/1988 C 4 N 

H 2 7/25/1988 B 7 N 

CHH 1 8/04/1988 A 3 N 

H 1 9/24/1988 C 2 N 

S 2 12/12/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 10/30/1988 B 3 N 



H 2 4/23/1988 A 9 N 



H 2 11/05/1988 A 



N N36 



H 2 5/06/1988 C 


4 





CHH 1 8/11/1988 A 


2 


N Vll 


H 2 8/13/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 2 10/13/1988 B 


2 





H 1 11/02/1988 B 


1 


N 



H 


2 


2/14/1988 B 


11 U L41 


H 


2 


3/24/1988 D 


11 N 


H 


2 


4/29/1988 B 


9 N 


S 


2 


6/21/1988 A 


1 P N W82 


H 


2 


6/22/1988 A 


14 N 


H 


2 


6/26/1988 B 


8 N 


H 


2 


8/10/1938 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/30/1988 A 


4 L 


CHF 


1 


9/03/1989 A 


1 N H90 


S 


2 


9/05/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


12/12/1988 A 


6 T N S56 



H 


2 


1/02/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


1/06/1988 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


1/08/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/13/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


1/16/1988 A 


1 


N M97 


H 




1/16/1988 C 


3 


N P41 


H 


2 


1/17/1988 A 


13 P P 


H 


2 


1/18/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


1/19/1988 B 


1 


N R80 


H 


2 


1/21/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


1/22/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


1/23/1988 C 


5 


N R80 


S 


2 


1/23/1988 A 


1 


N W32 


H 


2 


1/26/1988 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 


1/26/1988 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


1/27/1988 C 





N T33 


S 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


19 


N 


S 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


1 


N W82 



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c -ra 



FUNDAMENTALISTS ANCNYMOUS TO CHALLENGE PTL PLAN 
BOD ^ HEf^^p^LED 

■WraamWL 

ONE MISSED PAYMENT COULD COST FARM 

DTi iMWqTRY FILES PLAN TO SELL HERITAGE USA 

PTL BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEE A H£N ^ .™ IENCE 

raiSTFF WARNS PTL MAY 60 OFF THE AIR 

Hft WWHB SlSTRY IF IT IS LIOUIDATED 

KTSoRvE MONEY FOR PTL BUT HME PLAN 

BAKKER SAYS HE HAS *100 MILLION CREDIT TO BUY 8M* nu 

BAKKER OFFERS $100 MILLION r ^ 

^&W*ffi OF BANKRUPTCY PUN 

SAxlELffo^BTKEEP CONTROL OF FINANCES 
TRUSTEE TO PICK SUB TO RUN UESTCOURT 

S^iffitKW highest™ yet 

?Ss WORKING ON DETAILS Cf PTL MINISTRY TAKEOVER 
RETAILS POSTPONE SI GNING OF PTL PAPERS BY BAKKER 
Sfe^^^LT K ™CING CASH 
Smwra TOP CREDITOR IN SON'S BANKRUPTCY 
UADDELL PROPERTY UP FOR BANKRUPTCY SALE 

CREDITOR WANTS TO CLOSE PTL, SELL ASSETS 

H oWunK^I fK^DOESN'T PLAN TO LOSE' 

SfesSS COST HIKE 

iStfHIKE MIGH1 f ND1 T AFFECT PATIENTS 

Iff B H0SPTIAL INSURANCE TRUST FUND FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY REORGANIZATION 

q&NTf CREBITORUANTS I PTL CLOSED AND AUCTIONED OFF 

IR? TRYING TO HALT 'HERITAGE TODAY' 



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1 
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10 
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S 2 
H 2 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 



1/29/1988 
1/30/1988 
2/02/1988 
2/06/1988 
2/09/1988 
2/12/1983 
2/16/1983 
2/20/1988 - 
2/23/1988 B 
2/24/1988 C 
2/24/1988 C 
3/04/1988 C 
3/09/1988 C 
3/24/1988 B 
3/29/1988 B 
4/12/1988 B 
4/17/1988 A 
4/20/1988 B 
4/21/1988 D 
4/22/1988 A 
4/23/1988 A 
5/06/1988 C 
5/17/1983 B 
5/21/1983 B 
5/23/1988 B 
5/25/1988 A 
5/27/1988 
6/01/1988 
6/10/1983 
6/11/1988 
6/16/1988 
6/18/1988 
6/30/1988 
6/30/1988 
7/15/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/25/1988 .. 
7/27/1988 A 
7/31/1988 C 
8/02/1988 
8/04/1983 
8/04/1988 
8/09/1988 
8/11/1983 
8/12/1988 
8/17/1988 
8/22/1988 
8/25/1988 
8/31/1988 
9/01/1988 D 
9/02/1988 B 
9/02/1983 A 
9/02/1983 A 
9/03/1988 A 
9/07/1983 A 
9/10/1988 A 
9/12/1983 C 
9/13/1988 B 
9/14/1988 A 
9/15/1983 B 
9/15/1983 B 
9/15/1988 C 
9/16/1988 B 
9/16/1988 C 
9/17/1988 
9/17/1988 
9/18/1988 
9/19/19B8 
9/22/1988 
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N 

N M97 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N M97 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M10 

N L40 

N U32 



1 P N 

16 N 

4 N 

10 N 

4 E 



A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
I C 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
E 
N 
N 
N 
N 



2 P N 
11 N 



10 N 
3 N 



E 

1 N H90 
1 M N M70 
3 P N H90 
17 N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



11 
16 
11 
17 
14 



6 P N 



5 
2 

4 

14 

3 



N 
N 

E 
N 
N 



1 P N M70 
N U82 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



1 
5 
16 
4 
4 
8 



10 P N 



2 

2 
2 



2 
1 
1 

13 
3 
5 
7 



N 

N C60 

N M06 

N 

N 

N 

N 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJE 



PTL'S FINANCIAL UOES DON'T GET ANY BETTER 

JUDGE EXTENDS DEADLINE ON PTL SALE 

HOSPITALS JOIN INSURANCE POOL 

FAIRFAX WANTS PTL FORECLOSURE 

CANADIAN ORTHODOX JEU TO BUY PTL ASSETS 

PUBLICITY-SHY PTL BUYER 'CHARISMATIC 

PTL NEEDS CAUTION 

BAKKER HEADS BACK TO BANKRUPTCY COURT 

BAKKER SAYS PTL MONEY NOT USED FOR ROLLS-ROYCES 

MAN TESTIFIES BAKKER DISCUSSED BONUSES 

JUDGE WILL GET TWO BIBS FOR PTL 

EMBEZZLER'S VICTIMS MAY RECLAIM SOME STOLEN MONEY 

BARKERS ORDERED TO PAY BACK PTL 

PTL TRUSTEE EXPECTS TO RECOVER LESS THAN $1 MILLION FROM BAKKERS AND,,. 

JUDGE REJECTS $115 MILLION BID, ORDERS PTL ASSETS SOLD 

BANKRUPTCY JUDGE HANDLING PTL CASE WILL RETIRE DEC, 31 

CREDITORS SEEK MORE THAN $8 MILLION FROM WADDELL 

AILING FURNITURE COMPANY TELLS 650 EMPLOYEES TO STAY HOME 

BANKRUPTCY PROVIDES LAST WORD FOR LOGOS 

COURT REJECTS NCNB BID FOR WADDELL OFFICE 

BANKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO AUTOMATIC BANK TELLERS 
SEE ALSO CHECKING ACCOUNTS 
SEE ALSO SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES 
SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

100 YEARS OF BANKING 

MORE, BIGGER STORES COMING 

U.S., AREA BANKS LOWER PRIME RATE 

OLD BANK GETS NEW LOOK 

DURHAM BANKS RAISE PRIME RATE 

MOST DURHAM, N.C. BANKS RAISE THEIR PRIME RATES 

bankers: do not fear PRIME INTEREST rate hike 

DURHAM AREA BANKS WELCOME ACTION 

PRIME INCREASE TRICKLES DOWN TO TRIANGLE 

RALEIGH FEDERAL SAVINGS OPENING 

DURHAM BANKS RAISE PRIME INTEREST RATES 

FED'S NEW LAW SPEEDS HANDLING OF YOUR CHECKS 

BANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BANKERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, BANKERS 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO CHECKING ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER 

SEE ALSO FIRST CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF N.C. (DIVISION OF FIRST UNION CORP.) 

SEE ALSO INTERSTATE BANKING 

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BANK COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

SEE ALSO PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO. (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST CO. 

DORMANT MONEY PLAN HELPS, HURTS 

FIRE DAMAGES BANK BUILDING IN HENDERSON 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

NEW BURLINGTON BANK MAY OPEN IN JUNE 

MBAS' STARTING SALARIES HIT NEW HIGHS 

BURLINGTON BANK SELECTS OFFICE SITE 

U.S., AREA BANKS LOWER PRIME RATE 

23 FIRST UNION MORTGAGE OFFICES TO CLOSE 

INTERSTATE BANKING GOOD FOR N.C, OFFICIAL SAYS 

SPEAKERS PRAISE, CRITICIZE INTERSTATE BANKING 

WAKE COUNTY WOMAN EXCHANGES HER LAND FOR 11 BANK BRANCHES 

HEARING BEGINS ON BURLINGTON BANK APPLICATION 

EASTER HOLIDAY CHANGE IN N.C. TO HELP BANKS 

NORTH CAROLINA SUCCESSFUL IN OUT-OF-STATE BANKING 

BLACK N.C. BANKERS' MISSION IS F-ROGRESS 

INTERSTATE BANKING TO BE REVIEWED 



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N 


E E 


L Y 


p 


D — DATE — C -PS L P BYL 


s 


2 9/26/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 9/23/1988 B 


6 N 


H 


2 10/02/1988 B 


5 N 


s 


2 10/03/1988 A 


7 N 


H 


2 10/05/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 10/07/1988 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 10/07/1983 A 


4 E 


S 


2 10/07/1988 C 


4 N 


H 


2 10/20/1988 B 


8 N 


H 


2 10/21/1988 C 


3 N 


H 


2 10/28/1988 B 


4 N 


CHH 1 10/29/1988 A 


1 P N M70 


H 


2 11/11/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 11/12/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 11/17/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 11/25/1988 B 


11 N 


CHH 1 12/07/1988 A 


1 P N M70 


H 


1 12/08/1988 C 


2 N 


CHH 


1 12/22/1988 A 


2 N M70 


CHH 


1 12/29/1988 A 


3 N M70 



H 


2 


1/13/1988 B 


8 P P T37 


H 


2 


2/01/1988 A 


1 P Q 111 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


1 C N 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 D 


1 P F C19 


s 


2 


5/12/1988 C 


1 N W82 


H 


2 


5/13/1988 B 


6 N 


s 


2 


7/16/1988 A 


1 N H02 


H 


2 


8/10/1983 A 


1 N K65 


H 


2 


8/12/1988 A 


1 C N B81 


H 


2 


8/28/1988 B 


10 P P S76 


S 


2 


11/30/1988 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


12/12/1988 A 


6 T N S56 



H 


2 


1/18/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/19/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/21/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


1 


1/27/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


19 P U L41 


H 


1 


2/03/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


1 


C N 


H 




3/11/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


3/17/1988 A 


11 


N 


s 


2 


3/17/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


3/19/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


3/23/1988 A 


14 


N H60 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 D 


4 


N 


s 


2 


4/04/1988 A 


5 


J on 


H 


o 


4/23/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


4/29/1988 B 


9 


N 



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WKFSMWSMll WHT gIL 19« SSS10H 
S««» WSB^SSSSk. «m SCOOP UP CUCHTS... 

MhnvMMi 

STATE HOLDING AUCTI0NT0DAY 

BANKER URGES MORE FEDERAL DEREGULATION 

TEXAS BANKING BILL AWANCES 

WHSSBSfflffl ; Mb IN 2 YEARS 
ffif^S^^ LOANS 

RWS ONLY BANK TO CLOSE 
NEU BANK IS PLAWQ IN OXFORD 
NEW GRANVILLE BANK PLANS ANNOUNCED 
NTC. BANKS TO BOOST KRAFT BUYOUT 

^SEE ALSo'bUSINeIs, N.C., CLOSINGS 
^ CLol ttEBIT'uNION'lN MATTHEUS 

%ghfXW£ffi$ "TED AS CAUSES OF BANK CLOSURE 

BAN 1e ^'SIs^.TcifpRCFITS 
SEE ALSO EARNINGS DIGEST (COLUMN) 
FIRST (Mm NCNB ON TOP 20 LIST 
FIRST UNION LISTS 3X NET INCOME JW 
DURHAM SHARES AS «CUIE FIRMS SPEND IN H.C. 

^WonTS^hSS?^ 9 *^ OM U.S. BA*K 
EARNINGS DIGEST 

hawks U.S. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF BANKS) 
**&£ ALSO AMERICAN BANKER? ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO BANKING REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO CHECKING ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO CREDIT UNIONS 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL RESERVE BANK 

SEE ALSO HOLDING COMPANIES 

SEE ALSO INTERSTATE BANKING 

SEE ALSO PRIME ^g^RATE 

l^&iB^XS^It^ BANKS SCOOP UP CLIENTS., 

ffis ASSOCIATION HEAD WARNS OF OBSOLESCENCE 
BANKS, U.S., FAILURES 

Sirs B&MSW OF TEXAS BANKS 

Fife SB *^?™ TOHELP NCNB RESCUE FIRST RER1BLICBANK 

NCNB BEGINS REOPENING TEXAS BANK 

NCNB ASSUMES CONTROL OF FIRST REPUBLIC 

F NCn1\^^TtTx C aFbANK TO FfrCE SCRUTINY 
CTORESS UNHAPPY ABOUT NCNB DEAL 



S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 




H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


i 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 




H 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 



5/02/1988 C 
5/05/1988 D 
5/13/1988 B 
5/24/1988 B 
5/26/1988 A 
6/01/1988 A 
6/09/1988 A 
6/10/1988 B 



6/12/1988 
6/14/1988 
6/18/1988 
6/21/1988 
6/22/1988 
6/23/1988 
6/23/1988 
7/02/1983 
7/04/1988 
7/13/1988 B 
7/15/1988 A 
8/09/1988 
8/15/1988 
8/22/1983 
9/03/1988 
10/20/1988 
10/25/1988 _ 
11/29/1988 B 
12/22/1988 D 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

1 P N U82 

14 N 

N 

N 

N 

J Oil 
N 



1 C N 
10 N 



9 
11 

1 
16 
1 
1 
4 



H 2 2/07/1988 B 7 
H 2 5/15/1938 C 10 
CHH 1 6/28/1988 A 3 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/09/1988 A 
1/15/1988 B 
1/17/1988 B 
1/19/1988 A 
1/23/1988 A 
1/27/ 198S C 



9 
7 
6 
9 
11 
3 



N 
N 

N H90 
N 

N T33 
N 

N 



N 

N 
N K65 



N 

N 

N C60 

N 

N 

N 



S 

s 
s 

H 
S 
H 
H 
S 

s 



3/24/1988 D 
6/10/1988 B 
6/21/1988 A 
7/09/1938 A 
12/06/1983 A 



11 N 

5 N 
1 P N U82 
14 N 

12 N 



2 1/08/1988 A 4 E 

2 7/04/1988 A 5 J Oil 

2 7/29/1988 C 3 N 

2 7/30/1988 A 1 N 

2 8/01/1988 A 1 N 

2 8/02/1988 A 12 N 

2 8/02/1988 A 12 N 

2 8/03/1988 A 6 N 

2 8/05/1988 C 3 N 



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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



BANKING DEREGULATION NEEDED 

REGULATORS UNDERESTIMATE PROBLEMS BEFORE BANK MERGER 

RECORD BROKEN FOR BANK FAILURES IN TEXAS 

MINI-RUN MADE ON TEXAS NCNB; BIG DEPOSITORS APPARENTLY CONCERNED... 

AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION AGENDA SET 



BANKS, U.S., SALES AND EARNINGS 

FIRST UNION, NCNB ON TOP 20 LIST 

FIRST UNION MAKES MORE MONEY THAN ANY OTHER U.S. 

BANKSOUTH 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

NEW BURLINGTON BANK MAY OPEN IN JUNE 

BURLINGTON BANK SELECTS OFICE SITE 

HEARING BEGINS ON BURLINGTON BANK APPLICATION 



BANK 



BANNED BOOKS 
SEE CENSORSHIP 

BANNER ELK, N.C. 

3-BAY-OLD GIRL ALREADY HAS COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP 

BANNERS 
SEE FLAGS 

BAPTISMS 

BAPTISTS TO DEBATE IMMERSION AMENDMENT 

BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOME OF N.C. 
SEE ALSO ADOPTION 
CHILDREN'S HOME ADMINISTRATOR DIES IN TRACTOR ACCIDENT 

BAPTIST COLLEGE SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
WOLFPACK STROLLS BY BAPTIST 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL (WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO AIRCARE 

SEE ALSO BOWMAN GRAY MEDICAL CENTER 
SEE ALSO BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC HOSPITALS) 

ORGAN PROCUREMENT 

FORMER NURSE IS SENTENCED IN COMATOSE PATIENT'S DEATH 

EUTHANASIA CASE RAISES HOSPITAL SURVEILLANCE 

EUTHANASIA CASE RAISES HOSPITAL SURVEILLANCE 

READY FOR MEDICAL MISSIONS 

MAN KEPT ALIVE BY ARTIFICIAL HEART DEVICE DIES 

HEART-ASSIST DEVICE FAILS TO SAVE PATIENT WITH NEW TRANSPLANT 

PHARMACY WORKER CHARGED WITH DRUG THEFT 

HOSPITAL SEEKS FUNIS FOR GERIATRIC UNIT 

BAPTISTS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN BAPTIST ALLIANCE 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN BAPTIST HOME MISSION BOARD AND CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMISSION 

THE DIVORCED FIT NO HOLD 

DONATIONS TO BAPTISTS UP IN 1987 

DIVIDING THE BAPTISTS 

SOUTHERN BAPTIST GROWTH SLOWED IN 1987 

minister: BAPTISTS WEARY OF CONFLICT 

MODERATES, CONSERVATIVES BLAME EACH OTHER FOR STALLED GROWTH 

SOUTHERN BAPTISTS EXCHANGE BLAME FOR SLOWED GROWTH 

BAPTIST STUDIES AT DUKE PONDERED 

TELEPHONE CALLS SWAMP MODERATE BAPTIST GROUP 

BAPTISTS GRAPPLE WITH CONSERVATIVE DECREES 

DENOMINATIONAL SPLITS DON'T SURPRISE DUKE PROFESSOR 

MINISTER SAYS BAPTIST SCHOOLS' INTEGRITY MUST BE PROTECTED 

THIRD OF MODERATE BAPTISTS BUCK TREND, FAVOR CONTINUED FINANCIAL SUPPORT H 

BAPTISTS URGED TO HEAL DIFFE; INCES S 

BAPTISTS THINK SOUTHEAST NEEDS DIVINITY SCHOOL H 



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2 8/10/1988 A 
2 8/12/1988 A 
2 8/12/1988 A 
2 8/25/1988 D 
2 10/11/1988 B 



H 2 1/09/1988 A 9 N 
H 2 1/23/1988 A 11 N 



H 2 1/21/1988 D 6 N 

H 1 1/27/198S C 1 N H60 

H 1 2/03/1988 C 1 N 

H 2 3/23/1988 A 14 N H60 



H 2 1/07/1988 A 16 N 



H 2 10/23/1989 BUN 



H 2 6/02/1988 D 



H 2 2/09/1988 C 1 P N C49 



H 


2 


1/03/1988 B 


12 N 


H 




2/26/1988 B 


5 P N 


H 


1 


3/07/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


3/07/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


1 


3/30/1988 C 


3 P P 


S 


2 


9/16/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/17/1988 C 


6 N 


S 


2 


10/05/1988 C 


4 N 


S 


1 


10/17/1988 A 


7 N 



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H 

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1/04/1988 A 
1/15/1988 B 
1/15/1988 A 
2/13/1988 C 
2/18/1988 C 
3/04/1988 C 
3/05/1988 B 
6/16/1988 B 
6/29/1988 C 
7/04/1988 A 
7/10/1988 C 
8/21/1988 B 
8/24/1988 B 
8/27/1988 A 
9/03/1988 B 



E 

N 

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N 

N 

N 

N D80 

N 

N M25 
9 P N D80 
7 N 
1 N 
6 N 
4 N 



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MEDIA'S INACCURACIES HURT N.C. BAPTISTS 
BAPTISTS TO DEBATE IMMERSION AHENKCNT 

EAR EXAMINATIONS (LAW) TT ^, 
SEEN.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

ear |Iealso carozona .barbecue 

T^t^US 'hJrECUE: SACKING SOMETHING FUNNY 
JSe vs! Sal; BE PATIENT, NOT PIGGISH 
TB&SBEEF WINNER Of BARBECUE BATTLE 
RIDING OFF WITH 'CUE BREW 
HOUSE DAMAGED AS GRILL EXPLODES 
MOOSrORILLS CAN CAUSE FIRES 

iSSSrai mm «... 

KWANIS TO HOLD COOK OFF 
K^AS UPSETS GOP CANDIDATE 

^tSea?TARGETED FOR CHAPEL HILL ANNEXATION ™ 

"^^IEtWtHE PRESERVATION 4 FJCCURAGEMENT OF BARBERSHOP QUARTET SINGING 



H 2 9/14/1988 A 4 
H 2 10/23/1988 B 11 



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2/25/1988 C 
5/22/19S8 D 
5/22/1988 D 
5/26/1988 A 
5/30/1988 A 
6/07/198S B 
6/08/1988 B 
6/13/1988 A 
6/18/1988 A 
6/19/1988 A 
6/19/1938 A 
6/23/1988 A 
8/22/1988 A 
9/18/1988 A 
10/19/1988 B 
10/20/1988 A 
10/20/1988 A 



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N M51 
• N R63 

U L41 
> N R63 

N H90 

N 

N 
5 N S12 

N 

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1 12/14/1988 A 1 N M70 



""^bSSS FAST, FUMY, WARS 

P ^ IU SW3LDERING TRUCK SLOWS TRAFFIC ON 1-85 
p&k*mti I ITNTRACTING CO. (TARBCROt N.C.) 

i^ a «SI T KSa^AT^^ LI* 

^^M Wo^USE AT S OF PE*E MM 
BraAD-SIDE-CF-THE-BARN QPrtEITION 

^^KtfBE OFFICIALS VISIT BjWWLL, S.C. 

ECECOMBE GROUP TOURS S.C. LCU-LEVEL WASTE SITE 

"HFfJfiicie, H.C m 5.C. 

^'tHELB^ANY TOP BUILDER OF MOTCCROSS BIKES 

BAR SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BARS 
Iff ALSO LiaiOR-BY-THE-CRINK, N.C. 

mt altfGEDWITH ILLEGALLY OFERATING BAR 

^^reUTICS HAKES STRANGE COCKTAILS; BARKEEP SHAKES UP... CANDIDATES 
P ' AS SSW.S0 ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASEBALL TEAM 



H 2 6/17/1983 D 7 P R L59 

H 2 3/05/1988 C 1 N 

H 2 1/03/1988 F 1DN 

S 2 10/11/1988 C 1 F N B53 



H 2 3/24/1988 B 2 N 

S 2 6/27/1983 C 1 P P K66 

H 2 5/24/1988 B 16 N 

S 2 5/24/1938 C 2 N 



H 2 8/21/1988 B 3 N 
H 2 12/29/1983 B 3 N 

H 1 7/13/1963 B 9 N 



CHH 1 8/30/1988 A 3 N R63 
H 2 8/31/1988 B 1 P F Zll 



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SEE ALSO ALL-STAR GAME, BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO ATLANTA BRAVES 

SEE ALSO BABE RUTH LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO BALTIMORE ORIOLES 

SEE ALSO BRONCO LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO CHICAGO CUBS 

SEE ALSO CHICAGO WHITE SOX 

SEE ALSO CHINA FRIENDSHIP BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 

SEE ALSO COLLEGE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO COLLEGE WORLD SERIES 

SEE ALSO CUBA, BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO CUBAN NATIONAL TEAM (BASEBALL) 

SEE ALSO DETROIT TIGERS 

SEE ALSO DIAMOND CHIPS 

SEE ALSO EXTRA EFFORT BASEBALL LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO FREE AGENTS (SPORTS) 

SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO LOS ANGELES DODGERS 

SEE ALSO MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL, DRAFT 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO NEW YORK YA^fKEES 

SEE ALSO NORTH DURHAM LITTLE LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO OAKLAND A*S 

SEE ALSO PEE WEE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES 

SEE ALSO PITTSBURGH PIRATES 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, BASEBALL (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH, N.C., BASEBALL STADIUM 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH HOT STOVE LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO SOFTBALL 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO TEAM U.S.A. 

SEE ALSO UNITED BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO WORLD SERIES 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

BAMBINO BASEBALL LEAGUE IWROVES STADIUM IN WINTER 

FREE CLINIC TO BE OFFERED FOR YOUTH LEAGUE COACHES 

ROGER CRAIG GETS N.C. BASEBALL AWARD 

LILLIQUIST MAY GET MAJOR CHANCE 

ACC BASEBALL SCHEDULE ALREADY UNDERWAY 

WRIGLEY'S ILLUMINATION PUTS END TO TRADITION 

DURHAM'S TRIPLE-A POTENTIAL ANOTHER PROBLEM FOR RALEIGH 

RALEIGH STILL HITLESS FACING BULLS' WOLFF 

EX-DEAC BRICK SMITH GOING FOR MAJORS AGAIN 

KNEPFtR LIVING IN ANTIQUITY 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

SPRING TRAINING REPORTS BEGIN ON MONDAY 

BRAVES CREATING MONSTER WITH GANT-BLAUSER TANDEM 

AFTER 22 YEARS, SUTTON GETS ANOTHER SEASON IN SUN 

FEREZ FINDS NEW LIFE IN MONTREAL 

UF-ENIO 

SHINES REFUSES TO GIVE UP DREAM 

ROBEY 'JACK OF ALL TRADES' 

FANFARE/BASESALL IN HICKORY 

D'ARMI HIGHLIGHT OF RURITAN DINNER 

THE BASEBALL PICKS 

TO MAKE IT ON HIS OWN IS WHAT BUCS' TORBORG WANTS 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

a CO-OP TEAM GETS LITTLE COOPERATION 

APRIL SHOWERS DON'T DAMPEN SPIRITS AT BASEBALL OF'ENER 

PITCH FOR CUBAN BASEBALL DISPUTED 

BRYANT TAKES STEP 2 IN RALEIGH MASTER PLAN 

WHIPPOORWILL YOUTH BEGIN BASEBALL SEASON 

BAMBINO BASEBALL LEAGUE LEAD TIED 

S.C. COUNTY'S HELP SOUGHT IN HERITAGE USA DEAL 

BRYANT'S INITIAL VISIT TO HORNETS GAME TURNS INTO A FOUL AFFAIR 

BULLS TO HOST YOUTH CAMP 

NL PREXY INCONSISTENT 



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C -PG L P 



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H 


2 


1/26/19S8 D 


3 N 


S 


2 


1/26/1988 B 


7 P N A76 


S 


2 


1/26/1988 B 


7 P N A76 


S 


2 


1/28/1988 C 


4 N 


H 


2 


2/27/1988 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 


2/28/1983 C 


10 N C52 


S 


2 


3/01/1983 A 


4 E 


H 





3/06/1988 C 


9 N C52 


H 


2 


3/13/1988 C 


12 P N C52 


H 


2 


3/17/1988 D 


5 N 


H 


2 


3/19/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


3/20/1988 C 


12 P N 


H 


2 


3/27/1983 C 


10 P N 


H 


2 


3/28/1988 D 


1 P U C68 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 D 


1 P U C68 


S 


2 


3/29/1988 B 


2 P U P52 


S 


2 


3/29/1988 B 


3 P P 


S 


2 


4/01/1988 D 


2 P N F52 


s 


2 


4/02/1988 B 


2 P N P52 


H 


2 


4/03/1988 C 


13 N 


S 


2 


4/12/1988 D 


3 N A76 


S 


2 


4/15/1988 D 


1 U D18 


H 


2 


4/17/1988 C 


2 N C52 


H 


2 


4/20/1988 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


4/24/1988 C 


2 N C52 


S 


2 


4/26/1988 B 


4 P N A76 


S 


2 


4/29/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


5/01/1988 C 


2 P N C52 


S 


2 


5/03/1988 B 


4 P N A76 


s 


2 


5/03/1988 B 


6 P N 


H 


1 


5/14/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/15/1988 B 


2 P N C52 


S 


2 


5/24/1988 D 


4 N A76 


S 


2 


5/27/1988 B 


1 U D18 



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SPBMBfc^S^S^Siffifi" play 

BMg SMnfiUBuS" "AD LEFT THE GAME 

K«ATF INTERNATIONAL WINS BASEBALL TOURNEY 

FANFARE/CHARLOTTE BASEBALL 

^«ioS AcfS ^EXCITING WIN 
MViWERING FATHER'S BAY THROUGH BASEBALL 
mxf> MALCt-EY GETTING HIS BLASTS FROH PAST 
ra»Y TRIPS OJRHAM FOR BASEBALL BRONZE 
ffi UOOdI ^Ba|iNO LEAGU| r CAMPIONSHIP 

NEW FACES HJINTIFUL IN CL'S SECOND HALF 

f&HH lUBME tt«V*« *L BRANDS 

COFFMAN UORKSW FINDING TICKET BACK TO BIG LEAGUES 

PRACTICE HAKES PERFECT 

CRUCIAL SERIES at nAn 

TEAM USA, TAIWAN AT DAP 

S TOFOTWECT HAY MISS RENDER OF 1988 SEASON 

S ifal&R BB« S^ BUT « FtATES, 

BAK RUTH TEAM WINS DISTRICT 

OAK GROVE BASEBALL TEAM WINNERS PICTURED 

SKsQALL TRIP TO CHINA WILL BRING FRIENISHIP MESSAGE 

YOUNG BRAVES HIN CHAMPIONSHIP 
2M&W GROvl CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS PICTURED 
NORTHERN TAR KEELS WIN IT ALL 
MMfflfflm IN INVITATIONAL 
^TO 8-YEAR-OLD WHIPPOORWILL CHAMPS 
TRIANGLE TOM HOPES TO BE HIT IN CHINA 

SSGSKSMS S TO CHINA^ 
CaW TEAMS EXCEL IN STATE TOURNAMENT 

SHE! NOTCRASH, HADE REAL-LIFE CIRCUIT OF MINOR LEAGUES 

K^^k^^OLE^^ 

FAMILY "Kef WELCMTil BACK FROM CHINA 
'YOU M WIN 'EM ALL' ELUDES THESE GENTS 

&av! s? r R l^^™ hIjchTaaron's remarks 

MnELB OR SCREEN, BULLS WERE SUCCESSFUL 

iHtt Pgrsi^wllS^DE DANDY NAME FOR NEW BASEBALL PARK 

THE SCAPEGOAT GLOVE 

SHOELESS JOE! INNOCENT 

SlNt SPACES CHANGES FOR '89 SEASON 
$KT^&E 3 NEW TEAMS FOR '89 SEASON 



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H 
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5/27/1983 A 
5/29/1988 B 
5/31/1988 B 
6/05/1988 C 
6/07/1988 D 
6/11/1988 A 
6/12/1988 B 
6/15/1988 B 
6/16/1988 A 
6/18/1988 B 
6/19/1988 C 
6/19/1988 C 
6/20/1988 D 
6/21/1988 D 
6/21/1988 D 
6/25/1988 B 
6/26/1988 C 
6/28/1988 D 
7/03/1988 B 
7/03/1983 B 
7/05/1988 B 
7/09/1988 C 
7/10/1983 B 
7/13/1988 C 
7/14/1983 B 
7/15/1988 B 
7/16/1988 B 
7/24/1983 C 
7/25/1988 A 
7/26/1983 B 
7/26/1988 B 
7/26/1988 B 
7/26/1988 B 
7/27/1988 A 
7/28/1988 D 
7/30/1988 B 
7/31/1983 B 
8/02/1988 B 
8/02/1983 B 
3/02/1988 B 
8/02/1988 B 
8/04/1988 D 
8/09/1988 B 
8/09/1988 B 
8/10/1988 A 
8/10/1988 A 
8/10/1988 B 
8/13/1988 A 
8/13/1983 B 
8/14/1988 C 
8/15/1988 A 
8/16/1983 B 
8/16/1988 B 
8/16/1983 B 
8/17/1988 D 
8/21/1938 C 
8/21/1983 C 
8/23/1983 B 
8/23/1988 B 
8/25/1988 D 
8/28/1988 C 
9/04/1938 B 
9/05/1988 A 
9/11/1983 D 
10/18/1988 A 
10/29/1983 B 
10/29/1988 B 
10/30/1988 C 
11/10/1983 D 
11/13/1988 C 



E 

N C52 
» N A76 
N C52 
N A76 
E 

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N 
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U M14 
N C52 
N A76 
P N A76 
P N A76 
P F 

N C52 
P N A76 
N C52 
N 

N A76 
P S73 
N C52 
P S73 
U D18 
N 

U D18 
N C52 
N K65 
N A76 
N A76 
P 
N 
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N C52 
N C52 
N A76 
P 

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N A76 
N 



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S N „ 
2 U P52 
2 N C52 

4 L 

5 P N A76 

6 P N A76 

7 P P T44 
2 P U F25 

2 N C52 

3 P N 
1 P N A76 

P N A76 

N 

N C52 
P N C52 

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N F25 
N C52 
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PASS TIME THIS SATURDAY AT NATIONAL PASTIME CLINIC S 2 12/13/1988 D 4 P N A76 

THIS MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL CHATTER DEFINITELY HAS FAMILIAR COLLEGE RING H 2 12/17/1988 D 1 P N C52 

THE HOME 'LINEUP' S 2 12/17/1988 B 3 P P K30 

'BEST IN THE SOUTH' COMES TO DURHAM S 2 12/27/1988 B 6 P N A76 



BASEBALL, BLACK MANAGERS 
SEE ALSO BLACK ATHLETES 
ROBINSON DESERVES CHANCE 

BASEBALL, BULLPEN 

OLD BULL PEN SIGN WOULD PROVIDE DANDY NAME FOR NEW BASEBALL PARK 

BASEBALL, PITCHERS 

AFTER 22 YEARS, SUTTON GETS ANOTHER SEASON IN SUN 

PEREZ FINDS NEW LIFE IN MONTREAL 

BRAVES HOPE TRIO OF YOUNG ARMS CAN BRING HOME SOME MAJOR WINS 

MERCKER BACK IN BULL MARKET 

SUTTER'S PROGRESS SUITS ATLANTA SKIPPER! 'STOPPER' NOT ABOUT TO BE,,. 

ANOTHER SPRING, ANOTHER DREAM BEING KEPT ALIVE 

FANFARE/VESTAL NO-HITTER 

END NEAR FOR SCHMIDT 

BASEBALL, SALARY ARBITRATIONS 
SEE ALSO SALARIES, U.S. 
FANFARE/THOSE ZANE-Y BRAVES 

BASEBALL, STATISTICS 

AFTER 8 HOURS, BURLINGTON FALLS IN 27 INNINGS 

BASEBALL, TRIPLE-A FRANCHISES 

BULLS' WOLFF FAMILIAR WITH THE OTHER SIDE 

BULLS PONDER PARK ON TRIPLE-A SCALE 

RALEIGH BALLPARK EFFORTS COULD SNAG TRIPLE-A CLUB 

DURHAM'S TRIF1E-A POTENTIAL ANOTHER PROBLEM FOR RALEIGH 

IT'S THE FIRST INNING FOR TRIPLE-A BASEBALL 

BIG-TIME BASEBALL AND TWO-TOWN RHUBARB 

CAN'T ANYBODY IN RALEIGH PLAY THE GAME RIGHT? 

WOLFF GUARDS BULLS' TURF 

DURHAM DEBATES NEW BASEBALL PARK 

CITY CAN STRIKE OUT RALEIGH IN BASEBALL 

NEW STADIUM WOULD SECURE BULLS' FUTURE 

BALLPARK PLANS 

GREAT SEASON FOR BULLS 

OLD BULL PEN SIGN WOULD PROVIDE DANDY NAME FOR NEW BASEBALL PARK 

IT'S TIME TO CONSIDER ANOTHER BOND PROPOSAL 

WOLFF, AREA OFFICIALS TO TALK BALL 

PANEL TO STUDY OPTIONS FOR NEW BASEBALL PARK 

PANEL TO STUDY OPTIONS FOR NEW BASEBALL PARK 

BULLS MAY GET NEW BALLPARK VIA 1989 BOND REFERENDUM 

BULLS, FANS MAY SCORE WITH NEW PARK 

BULLS, FANS MAY SCORE WITH NEW PARK 

COOPERATION PAVES WAY TOWARD NEW BULLS' PARK 

EXECUTIVE PUSHING FOR SPORTS COMPLEX 

CFICIALS STUDY HOW RICHMOND BUILT BALLPARK 

SPORTS COMPLEX UNITY NOT LIKELY TO HAPPEN 

BASEBALL COMMITTEE WILL DECIDE RALEIGH FRANCHISE PROPOSAL 

BASEBALL EATS 

BULLS' MALONEY GETTING HIS BLASTS FROM PAST 

BASEBALL CARDS 

SEE ALSO BASKETBALL CARDS 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL CARDS 
BASEBALL CARD SHOW IN BURLINGTON 

BASEBALL CHAPLAINS 

SEE ALSO CHAPLAIN CORPS. 
THE TEAM CHAPLAIN; FOR BATTERED BODIES OR BRUISED EGOS... 



S 2 4/14/1988 A 4 E 



H 


2 


9/11/1988 D 


5 U G33 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 D 


1 P U C68 


S 


2 


3/29/1988 B 


2 P U P52 


H 


2 


3/30/1988 D 


1P0C48 


H 


2 


3/31/1988 D 


1 P U C68 


H 


2 


4/02/1988 D 


3 P U C68 


H 


2 


4/03/1988 C 


1 U C68 


H 


2 


4/17/1988 C 


10 N 


S 


2 


6/15/1988 D 


1 P U D18 



H 2 2/12/1988 C 3 P N 



H 2 6/26/1988 C 



H 


2 


3/02/1988 C 


1 N CS2 


H 


2 


3/02/1988 A 


1 M N S51 


S 


2 


3/02/1988 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 


3/06/1983 C 


9 N C52 


H 


9 


3/06/1988 D 


4 E 


H 


2 


3/06/1988 D 


5 U G33 


H 


2 


3/06/1988 D 


5 J 


S 


2 


3/08/1988 A 


1 N C09 


S 


2 


3/08/1988 B 


7 N A76 


H 


2 


5/23/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/28/1988 D 


4 E 


S 


2 


9/01/1988 A 


1 M M C50 


H 


2 


9/02/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/11/1988 D 


5 U G33 


H 


2 


9/16/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/20/1988 A 


1 M N C52 


S 


2 


9/20/1988 A 


1 M N H70 


S 


2 


9/20/1988 A 


1 M N P52 


H 


2 


9/21/1988 A 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 


9/21/1988 A 


1 P N P52 


S 


2 


9/21/1988 A 


1 P N H70 


H 


2 


9/22/19S8 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/28/1988 C 


1 M N K65 


H 


2 


9/29/1988 A 


1 N S51 


H 


2 


9/30/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/08/1988 D 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 


6/19/1988 C 


2 N C52 



H 3 5/14/1988 C 2 N 



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WELL-EARNED imORTALITY 
ROXBORO'S COUNTRY 

BASO CK FlffjImY 'THE GREEK' FOR REMARKS ABOUT BLACKS 
K^ GREEK' MEETS WITH JACKSON, APOLOGIZES AGAIN 
THE TESTY RACIAL CLIMATE 

tanner: a big laugh 
yankee drama won't end 

LASORDA'S EXPERIENCE PAYS OFF 

FASEB FIRST THINGS FIRST! WIN, THEN SIGN DEAL 

BASEBALL PARK, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ATHLETIC PARK 
SEE ALSO DURHAM BULLS 

^tf S S S«« SIDE 

SMSASXEF^raU^fl TRIPLE-A CLUB _ 

S^STRptfA POTENTIAL ANOTHER PROBLEM FOR RALEIGH 

IPS THE FIRST INNING FOR TRIPLE-A BASEBALL 

btrIttmf PASHALL AND TWO-TOWN RHUBARB 

K SrFlN RA1JIIGHPLAY THE GAME RIGHT? 

UliLFF GUARDS BULLS' TURF 

DURHAM DEBATES NEW BASEBALL PARK 

BONDS OPTION FOR BUUS STABIUM 

NEW STADIUM WOULD SECURE BULLS' FUTURE 

BALLPARK PLANS 

SM* Pen siloM^ provide dandy hne for new baseball pa*k 
j!^^K toW^ PAR| 

BULLS, FANS MAY SCORE WITH NEW PARK 

E|Lt1 (US Ktfkj&g PARK 

SSSr& HUB- BAL^ARK 
NEW STADIUM ISN'T DURHAM'S TOP PRIORITY 
WSUBJPUfSSi BALLPARK DEVELOPS 
SaI^I^Ii^iISrALEIGH FRANCHISE PROPOSAL 

^SEE^hE ^Sm^ 
SEE SCHOOLS, N.C., REFORM 

^K^ S akIu T al K testiw3 COMMISSION 

SEE SCHOOLS, N.C., COMPETENCY TESTS 

BASIC TRAINING 

SEE ALSO MILITARY _ ATUTUP 
?FF ALSO MILITARY TRAINING 
FORTBRAGG SITE OF BASIC TRAINING 

EAS ^?AL^O ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL TEAM 
HI ALSO BIG APPLE NIT (PRE-SEASON TOURNAMENT) 
SEE ALSO BIG FOUR EASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA COUGARS 

H £g KIntTSW ASSOCIATION 



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2 4/20/1983 C 1 P P M66 



1/17/1988 
1/18/1988 
1/20/1988 
5/24/1988 
10/10/1983 
10/14/1988 



N 
N 
E 

U D18 
E 

U D18 



H 2 2/07/1983 C 10 N C52 



H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 



3/02/1988 C 
3/02/1988 A 
3/Q2/1938 A 
3/06/1988 C 
3/06/1988 D 
3/06/1988 D 
3/06/1988 D 
3/08/1988 A 
3/08/1988 B 
7/07/1988 A 
8/28/1988 D 
9/01/1988 
9/02/1988 
9/11/1988 
9/20/1988 
9/20/1988 
9/20/1983 
9/21/1988 
9/21/1988 
9/21/1988 
9/22/1983 
9/22/1988 
9/24/1983 
9/28/19S3 
9/29/1983 
9/29/1988 
10/05/1983 
10/20/1988 
10/21/1983 B 
11/17/1988 A 
12/03/1988 D 



1 N C52 
1 M N S51 



A 
A 
D 

A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



N H70 
N C52 
E 

U G33 
J 

N C09 
N A76 
N H70 
E 
M M C50 
E 

U 633 
. M N C52 
1 M N H70 
1 M N P52 
1 P N C52 
N P52 
N H70 
E 

N H70 
E 
L 

N S51 
N W82 
L 

1 M N H70 
1 N 
1 P N N36 
1 P N C52 



S 2 2/26/1988 A 11 N 



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SEE ALSO DURHAM EASTER HOLIDAY YOUTH TOURNAMENT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM POLICE DEFT., BASKETBALL TEAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM RECREATION DEPT., BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO FIESTA BOWL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 

SEE ALSO GIRLS* BASKETBALL (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO OLYMPICS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION, BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO TEAM CAROLINA 

SEE ALSO WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (GENERAL; SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER EACH SCHOOL) 

SEE ALSO YOUTH SPORTS 

POLLS LEAVE MOST COACHES HANGING 

NEW GAME? 

HURRICANES FIND RDU AT EYE OF THEIR STORM 

TERPS TURN TO FOOTBALL METHODS 

WADE GETS PRAISE FOR BUILDING TERPS 

MAILBOX GONE AFTER DOT EYES 

SEASON OPENERS 'IN THE BASKET' FOR YOUTH HOOPSTERS 

LAST PLACE DEACS UPSET NO, 1 BLUE DEVILS 

WAKE'S WHITE IN RIGHT FtACE FOR DOUBLE DUTY 

NORTH CAROLINA DEFEATS CELTICS IN WHIPPOORWILL HOOPS GAME 

VITALE PUMPS CAMERON UITH SCENARIO 

HIGH FLYER 

COACH KJ HOLE IN THE MIDDLE REASON FOR NUMEROUS NO. IS 

YOUTHS PLAY MANY HOOPS GAffiS 

DUKES ADD TO STRING OF LOSSES 

ACC'S NCAA BIDS5 MARYLAND RIDING THE FENCE 

CBS FILMS UOLFPACK BASKETBALL 

FANFARE/SURFER'S HANG 10 

DESPITE RUMORS, BRCUN GUIET ABOUT MOVE TO HORNETS 

BETHESDA MCGEE, NORTHERN WILLIAMS WIN 

HILLANDALE TEAMS FORCED TO TRAVEL 

ALL BALL 

SOUTH DURHAM LEAGUE CROWNS CHAMPS 

UNBEATEN RASCALS DOMINATE COURTS OF 5 TO 6-YEAR-OLDS 

BULLS SURPRISE UNDEFEATED RASCALS 

YOUTH HOOPSTERS TO PLAY IN EASTER TOURNAMENT 

TRIANGLE SPORTING YOUNGER HOCF'STERS 

TRIANGLE SPORTING YOUNGER HOOPSTERS 

DURHAM HOOPSTERS HEAD FOR OLYMPICS 

OAK GROVE ANNOUNCES YOUTH BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE BOUNCE NUDE BASKETBALL GAME 

NO SHIRTS AND LOTS OF SKIN 

INJURIES KEEP UNC'S LEBO, CARDS' ELLISON OUT OF OLYMPICS 

COLLEGIATE BASKETBALL CONTINUES IN TRIANGLE 

BRITTIAN, MCNEIL GIVE CREMINS BREATHING ROOM 

OUT OF SEASON? 

TWO TOP PROSPECTS TARGET WEDNESDAY AS DECISION DAY 

AMAKER OPTS FOR BUSINESS SCHOOL OVER LEFTY 

EXPERIMENTATION PART OF DUKE EUROPEAN TRAVEL PACKAGE 

WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON? 

PARRISH SPENDS SUMMER TOILING ON HARDWOOD 

SHATTERING THE WHEELCHAIR 'MYTH' 

DEL NEGRO, MARIN TEAM UP ON CONTRACT TALKS 

ACC LOSES A SEVENTH REFEREE TO THE PROFESSIONAL RANKS 

HE SHOOTS 

KING PONDERS BASKETBALL, FUTURE 

LEFTY MAKING THINGS RIGHT AT JMU 

COACH'S RECRUITING PLAN BECOMES COSTLY ENDEAVOR 

WATCHING SOVIETS NOTHING NEW FOR DUKE'S FERRY 

PACK LOSES WEEMS, MATTISON 

LIFE IN ITALIAN PRO LEAGUE HAD LITTLE APPEAL FOR DUKE'S FERRY 

GROUPS PLAY HOOPS TO RAISE FUNDS FOR TEENS 

WOLFPACK'S TUCKER BEEFS UP FOR THOSE BATTLES ON THE INSIDE 

VALVANO REASONS SCHEDULING; IVY SIDELINED BY DEHYDRATION 

AT CLEMSON, ROOKIE GUARD LEARNS LESSON THE HARD WAY 

TIPOFF '89 (SPECIAL SECTION) 

TIPOFF '89 (SPECIAL SECTION) 



SCHOOLS) 



H 


2 


1/03/1988 C 


3 N M14 


S 


2 


1/05/1988 B 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 


1/10/1988 C 


4 P N M14 


H 


2 


1/17/1988 C 


4 P N M14 


H 


2 


1/24/1988 C 


7 N M14 


H 


2 


1/25/1988 B 


6 N 


S 


2 


1/26/1988 B 


5 P U A76 


S 


2 


1/26/1988 B 


6 N A76 


H 


2 


1/31/1988 C 


3 P N M14 


S 


2 


2/02/1988 B 


5 P N A76 


H 


2 


2/07/1988 C 


3 P N M14 


S 


2 


2/11/1988 C 


1 P P S73 


H 


2 


2/14/1988 C 


4 N M14 


S 


2 


2/16/1988 B 


6 N A76 


S 


2 


2/16/1988 B 


6 N A76 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 C 


4 N M14 


S 


2 


2/25/1988 A 


13 P N K30 


H 


2 


2/26/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


2/28/1988 C 


5 N M14 


S 


2 


3/08/1988 B 


6 P N A76 


S 


2 


3/08/1988 B 


7 N A76 


H 


2 


3/11/1988 C 


3 P P S73 


S 


2 


3/15/1988 C 


5 P N A76 


S 


2 


3/22/1988 D 


6 U A76 


s 


2 


3/29/1988 B 


6 N A76 


s 


2 


3/29/1988 B 


6 N A76 


S 


2 


4/05/1988 D 


5 P N A76 


S 


2 


4/05/1988 D 


5 P P S73 


S 


2 


4/12/1983 D 


3 P U A76 


s 


2 


4/12/1988 D 


4 P N A76 


H 


2 


4/16/1988 A 


1 N 080 


S 


2 


4/18/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/24/1988 C 


5 P N M14 


S 


2 


4/26/1988 B 


5 P N A76 


H 


2 


5/01/1988 C 


6 N M14 


H 


2 


5/07/1988 B 


2 P P K30 


H 


2 


5/08/1988 C 


16 N M14 


H 


2 


5/15/1988 B 


7 N M14 


H 


2 


5/29/1988 B 


9 N M14 


CHH 1 


6/09/1988 A 


8 P P T44 


H 


2 


6/17/1988 B 


1 P N C68 


CHH 1 


8/05/1988 A 


1 P N B21 


H 


2 


8/21/1988 C 


7 P N M14 


H 


2 


8/28/1988 C 


12 N M14 


S 


2 


9/03/1988 B 


1 P P S76 


H 


2 


9/11/1988 C 


13 N M14 


H 


2 


9/18/1988 C 


13 P N M14 


H 


2 


9/25/1988 C 


15 N M14 


H 


2 10/02/1988 C 


13 P N M14 


H 


2 


10/09/1988 C 


6 N M14 


H 


2 


10/16/1988 C 


11 N M14 


S 


2 


10/18/1988 D 


5 N A76 


H 


2 


10/23/1988 C 


9 P N M14 


H 


2 


10/30/1988 C 


7 N M14 


H 


2 


10/31/1988 D 


1 N M14 


H 


2 11/15/1988 D 


1 P F M14 


H 


2 11/15/1988 D 


1 P F C49 



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Y SUBJECTS 



TIPOFF '89 (SPECIAL SECTION) 
TIPOFF *89 (SPECIAL SECTION) 
TIPCfF *89 (SFECIAL SECTION) 
TIPCfF '89 (SFECIAL SECTION) 

JlgM SS iviLSUITH A •»• (SPECIAL SECTITO 

N&ttAU umsur* 
DKHbv snflft ***** «* 

HOLIDAY BALL 

BAS ^ I ALS0 C S AMAKER BASKETBALL ACADEMY 

g^S ctKkEROTB^ BASKETBALL CAMP 
n « W nFUTL STAR AMAKER SCHEDULES BASKETBALL CAMP 
^^ffaOW FUELM^tScnON PRINTED 6-26-88) 

KttJw'rES^HAS LEBO READY FOR FINAL SEASON 

BASKETBALL CARDS M<m , 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL CARDS 

SE S™^Sa L cWcARRY ADTI-DRUG K3SAGE 
A^S^COACHES XINFIGHT AGAINST DRUGS 

anti-drug basketball cards back again 
Sole sports stars can teach by example 
i'll trade ya a... 

BASKETBALL HALLCfFAHE 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 

WSKE S f Ws BASKETS FOR HER SPECIAL GRANDSON 

BASKETS 

^n TFE U CRISIS LEADS COUPLE TO START OWN CRAFT BUSINESS 
GKeWES BASKETS FORHfR SPECIAL GRANDSON 

BASKI KSlsS TO TALK AGAINST ICE CREA* 

■VHUni BASS 

^^IGH? CASTfDOUBT ON RECORD LARGEMOUTH BASS 
Ko S BARBER HOLDS A 6 3/4-POUND BASS HE CAUGHT 
BASS MASTERS FISHING CLASSIC 

SE KINCTCN F ANaER UINS BASS EVENT 

^ K^ ffi&Sra?F^SED IN SOUTHEAST THRESHERS' REUNION 

WSSE Ss^rr^ALK£R CLOSING STOKES COUNTY PLANT 
ID^T^SCCWTY APPAREL PLANT TO REOPEN 

WTW C»wissioNis URGED TO VISIT ILL. COLLIDER LAB 
BUSTNpS BOOH WOKELY, MAYOR IN ILL. CLAIMS 
THREE SAY TOUR DIDN'T DISPEL COLLIDER, DOUBTS 
TEXAS SUPER COLLIDER UILL DRAIN ILL. LAB 



N 
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H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
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H 
H 
H 
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11/15/1988 D 
11/15/1988 D 
11/15/1988 D 
11/15/1983 D 
11/15/1988 D 
11/18/1988 D 
12/10/1988 B 
12/11/1988 C 
12/14/1988 D 
12/18/1988 B 
12/24/1988 D 
12/26/1988 A 



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



3/15/1988 C 
4/17/1988 C 
5/08/1988 C 
6/23/1988 A 
6/25/1988 A 
7/21/1988 D 



5 

17 

15 

8 

3 

1 



P75 
M98 
C38 
W08 
R54 



F 
F 
F 

F 

F 
F 
N 

N M14 
N 

N M14 
N M14 
P C45 



P N A76 

N 

N 
P N L90 
P P T44 
P N C49 



H 
H 
S 

S 
H 



2/03/1988 C 
2/04/1988 D 
2/08/1988 C 
2/10/1988 A 
2/13/1988 A 



N 

N C52 
N B53 
E 
E 



H 2 11/02/1988 B 4 N 
S 2 5/31/1988 A 6 P F G59 



S 2 1/12/1988 B 14 N 
S 2 5/31/1983 A 6 P F G59 



S 2 10/01/1988 C 2 N 



H 2 3/27/1988 C 
S 2 4/12/1988 D 
S 2 5/10/1988 B 



15 N 

6 P P S76 
5 P P T37 



H 2 7/10/1988 B 13 N 
H 2 7/01/1988 C 3 N 



2 1/15/1983 B 7 
2 11/13/1988 B 8 



S 2 3/12/1988 A 1 

S 2 3/12/1983 A 1 

H 2 10/15/1988 C 1 

H 2 11/12/1988 A 8 



N 
N 

N B85 
N B85 
N A54 
N 



BATH, N.C. 



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PANEL VOTES TO NAME BRIDGE FOR BATH MAYOR 
STATE'S OLDEST TOW A QUIET VILLAGE 

BATHROOMS 

BATHROOM BREAKS COSTLY 



BATHTUBS 

SLOGAN FOR 'SECRET REGATTA'} 
COLD WATER HELPS 



'WHATEVER FLOATS YOUR BOAT' 



BATMAN (TV PROGRAM) 

SEE ALSO ROBIN (COMIC BOOK CHARACTER) 
DYNAMIC MONO; LOCAL COMIC BOOK DEVOTEES VOTE TO REMOVE BOY WONDER.., 

BATON TWIRLING 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE TUIRLERS 
PEOPLE! TWO DURHAM TWIRLERS F1ACE HIGH IN MINI-NATIONALS COMPETITION 



BATS 



WEED POLLINATED BY BATS STUDIED BY DUKE BOTANIST 



BATTERED WOMEN 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY VIOLENCE AND RAPE CRISIS VOLUNTEERS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/DURHAM YWCA COALITION FOR BATTERED WOMEN 

SEE ALSO RAPE, U.S. 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

WIFE IS CHARGED WITH MURDER IN DURHAM 

HELPING BATTERED WOMEN 

THERE'S SYSTEMATIC PATTERN IN SPOUSE ABUSE 

WOMAN SAYS SHE SHOT FATHER TO PROTECT HER MOTHER 

BATTERED WIFE'S LIFE BEGINS AFTER SLAYING 

BATTERED WIFE NOW HELPS OTHERS 

DURHAM'S SHELTER MAKING PROGRESS 

VICTIM OF 'BATTERED SPOUSE SYNDROME' TO GET NEW TRIAL 

WOMEN FIGHTING BACK 

N.C. COURT'S DECISION BACKS BATTERED WOMAN, BUT IMPLICATIONS KEPT NARROW 

FURNISH SHELTER FOR BATTERED 

PARTY TO LAUNCH DURHAM SHELTER FOR BATTERED WOMEN 

'HOUSEWARMING' BEGINS FOR NEW SHELTER 

SCHOOL RAISES MONEY — AND SPIRITS 

SHELTER DREAM IS CLOSER 

EXPERTS SAY JUDGES, JURIES MORE SYMPATHETIC TO BATTERED WIVES 

WOMAN SENTENCED IN HUSBAND'S DEATH 

HUSBAND CHARGED IN BEATING CASE 

CASE SHOULD BE IN CRIMINAL COURT 

NEW SHELTER FOR BATTERED WOMEN PURCHASED 

HAVEN FROM BATTERERS 

COALITION GIVES HOPE TO BATTERED WOMEN 

BATTERED WOMEN SHELTER MOVING 

BATTERIES 

USED BATTERY BUSINESS TARGET IN TOXIC LAWSUIT 

$350,000 LEAD CLEANUP 

WORKERS CLEANING UP RANDOLPH SITE OF BATTERY-CRACKING 

BATTLE OF ALAMANCE 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE BATTLEGROUND STATE HISTORIC SITE 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. 
EVENING OF MUSIC, HISTORY TO MARK BATTLE ANNIVERSARY 

THE BATTLE OF BENTONVILLE 

SEE ALSO BENTONVILLE STATE HISTORIC SITE 
CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY 
•VETS' MEET VISITORS AT CIVIL WAR SITE THIS SUMMER 



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2 3/12/1988 B 3 N 
2 6/19/1988 D 9 F C19 



2 8/03/1988 A 4 E 



2 5/29/1988 C 
2 8/03/1988 A 



5 P N B81 
9 P P 



CHU 1 10/30/1988 A 3 P N R63 



H 2 3/03/1988 B 8 N 



H 2 11/23/1988 C 2 N 



S 


2 


1/18/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/23/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/30/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


1/30/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


9 


3/21/1988 B 


9 


N 


S 


2 


3/25/1988 B 


1 D F M12 


S 


2 


3/25/1988 B 


1 


N H12 


H 


2 


4/06/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


4/16/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


4/20/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


5/06/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


5/06/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


5/07/1988 C 


3 P N T32 


H 


2 


5/10/1988 B 


1 P U W15 


H 


2 


6/02/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


6/09/1988 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


8/04/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


1 


8/23/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/15/1988 A 


4 


L 


CW 


1 1 


10/17/1988 A 


1 


N S12 


H 


2 


10/18/1988 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


10/30/1988 A 


3 P N M70 


S 


2 12/03/1988 A 


1 D N B53 


H 


2 


6/20/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/27/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


9/22/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


1 


5/13/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 


3/30/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


5/31/1988 A 


12 P U W66 



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NRBQ, LYRES, BATTLEFIELD BACK 

MeIZER? SAX SOUND CELTIC ON THE BATTLEFIELD 

^^lUTUS-FARMERS TAKEOVER BATTLE TURNS TO UAR 
BAY MEADOWS SOCCER BW 

*%S ISOTSIieiNG BUYING jaw STOP'S SOCCER CttF 
NKHSOCra FIELDS TO BE BUILT 

BAZ SEE S ALS0 CHURCHES, DURHAM 

^FSlffiA^i ACE GOING FAST 

BEACH BINGO 

BINGOCLUB MOVES, AUAITS COURT RULING 

BEACH CLUB BOOKINGS INC. _^ _._ 
^^PLEA ENTERED IN COLISEUM CASE 

H *SEE*ALS0 SHAGGING CONTESTS 

'BEACH OLDIE' KEEPS gtfg «y™L 

S K S^tPbeTaPE^MtH CENTER 
&F^ARE^OT^F&R bIaCHMUSIC A*ARIS 

KACTWSIC PROGRAM IS POSTPONED 

ffi S^^nI^s^etsce^.raleigh 'FIREBIRD' 

ShQLE LOT OF SHAGGIN' GOING ON NOV. 19 
BEACH MUSIC SHOW - ALL THE MOVES, MUSIC 
OPOSSUM CAUSES PROBLEM 

^s ansb, durhw 

^YOU^PhTlMC I^JTS IN MEREDITH COLLET CONCERT 
NfKTALGIA LURE OF BEACH-MUSIC FESTIVAL 
CRYSTAL COAST PREPARES FOR SUMMER CROWDS 

BEACHES, N.C. AND S.C. 

SEE ALSO BARRIER ISLANDS 

SEE ALSO COASTAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO COASTAL WATERS 

SEE ALSO CRYSTAL COAST 

SEE ALSO OUTER BANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SAND DUES 

^BEA^sIeV^S IN 14 TONS OF GARBAGE 
KEEP BEACHES CLEAN M „ n 

SEAWALL IS BEING BATTERED BY WAVES OF RtlAJLfluuro 
ENDINGS & BEGINNINGS 

WILL OUTER BANKS BE NEXT ATLANTIC CITY? 

8^ WBB ttttMBWffc EXPERTS SAY 
^YSTALroASTF^PARES FOR SUMMER CROUDS 



N 
P 

H 
H 
H 



S I T 
E ELY 

| — MTE — C -PS L P BYL 

2 4/08/1988 D 2 P R L37 
2 4/10/1988 D 11 P P „ 
2 4/19/1988 A 11 R L37 



H 2 6/11/1988 A 16 N 



2 2/17/1988 A 1 
2 3/01/1988 B 5 



N A76 
N A76 



H 1 7/14/1988 B 1 N 



S 
H 
S 
H 
S 



2 3/23/1988 A 

2 3/24/1988 A 

2 3/24/1988 A 

2 3/25/198S C 

2 4/04/1988 C 



N S?5 
N S82 
N B53 



1 N S82 
1 N 



H 2 1/06/1988 B 16 N 



S 

S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 



2/13/1988 A 
4/14/1988 D 
4/28/1988 B 
5/12/1988 D 
5/13/1988 
5/28/1983 
5/31/1988 
7/28/1988 
8/02/1983 
11/03/1988 _ 
11/17/1983 D 
11/24/1988 D 



3 

1 

10 

8 

4 

4 

11 

2 

11 

12 



N 

F B71 
N 080 
N 

F C19 
N 080 
N 

N B71 
U U66 
N 
N 
N B71 



H 2 5/10/1988 B 3 P U W66 
H 2 5/13/1988 D 4 P F C19 
H 2 5/15/1988 D 10 F C19 



H 
S 
H 
H 

H 

H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



1/20/1988 A 
1/20/1988 A 
2/06/1988 B 
2/08/1988 B 
2/10/1988 A 
2/28/1988 
4/27/1988 
4/27/1988 
5/09/1988 
5/12/1983 
5/13/1988 
5/15/1988 



11 

4 

5 

8 

11 

1 

1 

1 

9 

18 

1 

10 



N 
E 
H 

N 

N 

P 

N 

N H60 

N 

N 

N 

F C19 



P P L33 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



S U B J E 



JUST 17 MILES FROM DURHAM TO THE BEACH 

OCRACOKE AND HATTERASI N.C.'S ANSWER TO CALIFORNIA'S BIG SUR 

N.C. BEACH CROUDS THREATEN SHOREBIRDS 

WARNING TO N.C. COAST 

IT MAY BE SWELTERING HERE, BUT IT'S NICE AT THE BEACH 

PURPLE SEAWEED PLAGUES SWIMMERS, FISHERMEN 

N.C. COASTAL GOVERNMENTS SEEK ASSURANCE ON TESTS 

SUNSET BEACH A SECRET RESIDENTS HOPE TO KEEP 

RED SEAWEED CLINGS TO COAST 

PEACHES SWEETEN TRIPS TO BEACHES 

BEACHES AND PEACHES GO TOGETHER IN THE SUMMERTIME 

USE OF BULKHEADS DEBATED 

SWIMMERS SEE RED OVER SEAWEED SIEGE 

SEAWEED IS NUISANCE ON PART OF N.C. COAST 

MEDICAL DEBRIS WASHES UP ON N.C. COAST 

MEDICAL WASTE HITS N.C. SHORE 

WASTE GLARING PROOF OF NATION'S SULLIED DISPOSAL REGULATIONS 

MEDICAL WASTE ON BEACHES (CARTOON) 

NAVY CLEANUP OF N.C, BEACHES NETS LITTLE DEBRIS 

RULES GUIDE AREA HOSPITALS ON WASTE DUMPING 

WASTE OF NCMH NOWHERE NEAR SEA 

CLEAMJP CONTINUES 

BEACH-GOERS MAY WANT MORE ALERTNESS AT SHORE 

40 MORE SAILORS JOIN N.C. BEACH CLEANUP EFFORT 

GOVERNOR SEES NO REASON FOR LAWSUIT AGAINST NAVY 

OFFICIAL SAYS VIAL FOUND ON BEACH CONTAINED BLOOD 

GET TOUGH ON DUMPERS 

NEPTUNE U.S.N. (CARTOON) 

MORE DEBRIS WASHES UP ON N.C. SHORES 

NAVY CAN LEAD WAY TO HALT TRASH DUMPING 

OFFICIALS.' RULES ON INFECTIOUS WASTE DISPOSAL VIRTUALLY UNENFORCEABLE 

THORNBURG, SANFORD CONCERNED ABOUT... FOULING OCEAN (CORRECTED 8-24-88) 

ENVIRONMENT SUFFERS 

CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN MAKES BEACHES SAFER 

THORNBURG! OCEAN DUMPING LAWS EXIST 

MEDICAL TRASH AGAIN LITTERS N.C. SHORES 

AIR FORCE BASE BECOMES MILITARY-ONLY BEACH RESORT 

MEDICAL WASTE SOURCE A PUZZLE; MORE WASHES UP 

NAVY NO LONGER DUMPING MEDICAL WASTES AT SEA 

NEW NAVY REGULATIONS ARE POSITIVE RESPONSE 

'88 TOURISM FLOURISHED 

BOTTLE IN MEDICAL WASTE AT BEACH CONTAINS WARNING OF RADIOACTIVITY 

MOBIL PLAN TO EXPLORE N.C. COAST WORRIES SOME 

INFECTIOUS-WASTE AGENCY IN N.C. NEEDS MORE STAFF 

VOLUNTEERS CAN HELP CLEAN LITTERED BEACHES 

MARTIN, JORDAN OFFER PLANS TO HALT DUMPING 

WHAT! MORE EROSION! A CHANNEL CLOGS, WE BUILD A JETTY!... (CARTOON) 

STEPS ARE BEING TAKEN TO FROTECT SEA AND SHORE 

BEACH SWEEP! CAROLINA COAST SET FOR MASSIVE CLEANUP 

SUNSET BEACH GROWING INSTEAD OF ERODING 

'BEACH SWEEP' PICKS UP 23 TONS OF TRASH 

STATE PANEL EXPANDS RULES ON DUMPING 

BEACH SWEEP AGAIN CLEANS STATE'S SHORES 

BEACH SWEEP TURNS UP BOWLING BALL FROM BRAZIL 

MORE MEDICAL WASTE TRACED TO NAVY SHIP 

...BUT HE TOLD ME IT WOULDN'T BE PERMANENT! (CARTOON) 

ONCE AGAIN! STOP DUMPING! 

MEDICAL-WASTE BILL IS PROPER RESPONSE 

NAVY DISCIPLINES THREE CREWMEN ON MEDICAL WASTE 

CONSULTANT SAYS OIL SPILLS PART OF HIS PLANNING 

PENTAGON SUED OVER N.C. TESTS; NAVY SIMULATION OF NUCLEAR BLASTS... 

MOBIL STALLS FILING N.C. DRILLING F1AN 

OUTER BANKS' OREGON INLET CLOSING DOOR TO ATLANTIC 

STATE MUST ACT NOW TO SAVE CHERISHED COAST 

CURRITUCK FACES NEW BATTLE OVER BEACH FOR DEVELOPMENT 

STATE SHOULDN'T GAMBLE WITH MARITIME FORESTS 

BEACHES, U.S. 

WHAT NEXT IN WASTE DUMPING? 
GET TOUGH ON DUMPERS 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -P6 L P BYL 


S 


2 


5/31/1988 B 


6 P N A76 


H 


2 


6/05/1988 D 


8 M F D77 


S 


2 


6/09/1988 C 


3 P N 


H 


2 


6/14/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/26/1988 D 


9 P F C19 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 A 


16 N 


H 


2 


7/04/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


7/10/1988 C 


14 N 


H 


2 


7/17/1988 A 


11 N 


H 


2 


7/28/1988 B 


1 N H60 


H 


1 


7/28/1988 B 


1 N H60 


S 


2 


8/03/1988 C 


5 N 


S 


2 


8/04/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


8/05/1988 A 


9 N 


S 


2 


8/09/1988 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


8/10/1988 A 


1 M N 


H 


2 


8/10/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


8/10/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


8/11/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


8/11/1988 A 


1 N N36 


CHH 1 


8/11/1988 A 


1 N S17 


S 


2 


8/11/1988 A 


2 P P 


S 


2 


8/11/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/12/1988 A 


10 N 


H 


2 


8/12/1988 A 


10 P N 


H 


2 


8/13/1988 C 


7 N 


H 


2 


8/14/1988 D 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/15/1988 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 


8/15/1988 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


8/15/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


1 


8/16/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


8/20/1988 D 


4 P N C47 


H 


2 


8/22/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


8/23/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/26/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


8/29/1988 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


8/29/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


1 


8/30/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


8/31/1983 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


9/01/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/04/1988 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


9/07/1988 B 


5 N 


S 


2 


9/07/1988 A 


1 N 


S 


2 


9/07/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


9/08/1988 C 


8 N 


H 


2 


9/09/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


9/18/1988 D 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


9/23/1988 A 


6 P N S56 


H 


2 


9/23/1988 A 


6 P N S56 


H 


2 


9/25/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/25/1983 B 


3 N 


S 


2 


9/29/1983 C 


8 N 


S 


2 


10/03/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/05/1983 A 


14 N 


H 


2 


10/05/1988 B 


6 N 


H 


2 


10/06/1983 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


10/09/1988 D 


4 E 


S 


2 10/10/1983 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/12/1988 B 


16 N 


H 


2 


10/13/1988 A 


11 N 


H 


2 10/25/1988 A 


12 N 


H 


2 10/26/1988 A 


1 N 


S 


2 10/29/1988 A 


3 P N 


S 


2 


12/06/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/20/1988 C 


3 N 


S 


2 12/28/1988 A 


4 E 



H 2 7/18/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 8/14/1988 D 4 E 



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SUBJECTS 



S 
N E E 

p D — DATE — C -PG 



PAGE 162 
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I T 
L Y 

L P BYL 



2 8/10/1988 A 1 M N 
2 8/10/1988 A 1 P N 



H 2 1/22/1988 B 8 N 



S 2 5/21/1988 B 1 N 

CHH 1 7/28/1988 ft 3 NM3 
CKH 1 7/30/1988 A 3 N S63 



H 2 2/25/1988 B 6 N 



2/24/1988 
5/18/1988 
5/28/1988 
6/26/1988 
7/02/1988 
7/09/1988 
8/24/1988 
8/25/1988 
11/23/1988 D 
11/23/1988 A 
11/30/1988 B 
12/28/1988 C 



""ftKifillt Wllfflfc SULLIED DISPOSAL REGULATIONS 

^seKetSts dropped FRO* SUIT 

BEAGLES 

SE DO^| LIFE PRETTY LUXURIOUS FOR DURHAM WOMAN'S HEIRS 

"" EHffilKT^&AOE WITH SATELLITE LINK 

BEAR HUNTING 

^our^yeKobe AIMED AT ILLEGAL BEAR HUNTING 

BEA SEE ALSO TEDDY BEARS H 1 

UNDER MAMA'S WATCHFUL EYE H 2 

THRFE FINED FOR SALE OF BEAR GALL BLADDERS u 2 

PERSISTENCE NABS POACHERS H 2 

WRESTLING BEAR GETS OWN 'CONDO' \ \ 

IflBSlBNBVffl&l RIDE WITH LOAD OF CHRISTMAS TREES? H 2 
POLICESEIZE TOOTHLESS BEAR FROM NIGHTCLUB b 

M WRESTymr the bears are all adout 

^ TI NKfRISING SHOWS COMPLETE -THE FULL GAMUT' | \ fflgl \ 

BUnnMTHn TROUBLE NEW PLAYS RISING H 2 4/29/1988 D 

* ^STuS aVll RECALL KATLES LYRICS 

^BEATRICEMAVERNIER TRADES TRAGIC FOR TERRIBLE 

BEAUF raYSTAL C COAST PREPARES FOR SUMMER CROWDS 

OLD VAUDE^LLIANBRINGS BEAUFORT HISTORY TO LIFE 

■HWWWfe TO REF1ACE PRIVIES 

^ffifeT THE CAJW BAND BEAUSOLEIL 
KAl^ILCOOKS UP A CAJUN FEAST FOR THE EARS 

m WS^SBtfaXL OF GOVERNMENTS, REGIONAL APPEARANCE COHNITTEE h f 

pS Ptffi ALONG HIGHWAYS | 1 

FIRST LADY BIRD^ „„,,__. CHH 1 

NEW F1ANTINGS DFJY DROUGHT H 2 

£Hffl9Wfc«nn HIGHWAYS 1 1 

LOWE'S GROVE WINS BEATIFICATION AWARD ^ \ 

WILDFLOWERS EASE TRAVEL BOREDOM 



1 
4 
1 
6 

11 
3 

11 
4 
4 
8 
1 
6 



P 
N 

N H60 
N 
N 
N 
' N 
E 
N 
N 

N T35 
N 



2 5/20/1988 D 5 R C81 



13 P F W66 
4 P R W63 
9 R P10 



S 2 8/16/1988 A 3 N 

H 2 7/01/1988 D 4 P R S66 

H 2 5/15/1988 D 10 F C19 

S 2 8/11/1988 B 6 N 

H 2 7/25/1988 B 7 N 

H 2 9/02/1988 D 17 P P 

S 2 9/08/1988 D 9 R M06 



1/09/1988 
3/18/1988 
5/04/198S 
6/29/1983 
7/01/1988 - 
7/15/1988 B 
7/25/1988 C 
7/31/1988 A 



4 
15 
4 
3 
6 
2 

10 

6 



E 

N 

E 

N M70 

P K30 

N 

N 

F 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



COVER UP THE COMMERCIALISM 

MR. GADDIS CLEANS UP; CHAPEL HILL HONORS ONE OF ITS NEATEST NEIGHBORS 

FOR APPEARANCE'S SAKE 

PLANTING THE PRIZE 

A WEEK OF BEAUTY IN CARRBORO 

BEAUTY CONTESTS 

SEE ALSO MAN OF THE YEAR PAGEANT 
SEE ALSO MISS HOMECOMING PAGEANT 
SEE ALSO TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 

HER DAYS OF DANCING AREN'T OVER 

ROXBORO GIRL WINS JUNIOR MISS TITLE 

HOLT 3RD-GRADER PAGEANT FINALIST 

MRS. N.C. SAYS STROLL IN BIKINI LEFT HER COLD 

MOM AND DAUGHTER 

BEAUTY FALLS 

SEE ALSO STONE MOUNTAIN STATE PARK (N.C.) 
NO PLANS FOR GUARDRAIL AFTER SECOND FATAL FALL 

BEAUX ART TRIO 

TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR BEAUX ARTS TRIO 
BEAUX ARTS PUT GRACE AND WIT TO UNASSUMING FORM 

BEAUX ARTS BALL 
ELEGANT BALL 
JUNIOR LEAGUE HONORS MARY TOMS CAMERON 

BEAVERS 

RETURN OF BEAVERS TO N.C. UPSETS SOME FARMERS 

SOME FOODS MAKE SENSE ONLY IN THE PROPER CONTEXT 

MILITARY MAY DRAFT BEAVERS TO HELP DUCKS 

BEAVERS VIE WITH CHAPEL HILL FOR USE OF BOLIN, BOOKER CREEKS 

BEAVERS HERE FIRST, FORMER BEAVER CLAIMS 

BEAZER PLC 

TAKEOVER EFFORT LEAVES TEER FUTURE UNCERTAIN 
BUYOUT NOT EXPECTED TO HURT NELLO TEER CO. 
TEER PRESIDENT GETS REGIONAL PROMOTION 

BEBOP MUSIC 

FRANK MORGAN PROVES BEBOP LIVES 

BECTON, DICKINSON AND CO. 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 

MEDICAL PRODUCTS COMPANY CONSIDERING TREYBURN FOR NEW FACILITY 
INSIDER TRADING 

TREYBURN MAY GET $25 MILLION PLANT 
TREYBURN MAY GET *25 MILLION PLANT 
INSIDER TRADING 

PLAWCRS FAVOR ZONE FOR A BUSINESS PARK 

TREYBURN OFFICIALS ADMIT POTENTIAL BUYER, WON'T IDENTIFY COMPANY 
TREYBURN TO NAME CLIENT 'WITHIN WEEKS' 
INSIDER TRADING 

CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE VOTES AGAINST CHANGING SEWAGE TREATMENT USE 
COMPANY CONFIRMS PLANT IN TREYBURN 
CITY MAY STICK WITH CURRENT SEWER POLICY 
CITY COUNCIL VOTES TO KEEP ITS PROMISE 
N.J. COMPANY TO BUILD PLANT IN TREYBURN 
DUKE POWER TO BUILD TWO SUBSTATIONS IN TREYBURN 
CORRECTION 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 

BED AND BREAKFAST HOTELS 

SEE ALSO HOTELS, INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO HOTELS, N.C. 



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H 2 8/24/1988 A 
CHH 1 9/20/1988 A 
H 2 10/13/1988 A 
H 2 10/27/1988 A 
CHH 1 11/14/1988 A 



4 E 

3 P N S17 

4 E 

14 P P S73 
1 P N L90 



H 


2 6/04/1988 B 


1 P N D22 


H 


1 10/25/1988 C 


3 N 


S 


2 11/02/1988 C 


12 N 


S 


2 11/05/1988 A 


3 N 


S 


2 12/24/1988 C 


2 P P 



H 2 6/03/1988 B 10 N 



H 2 2/17/1988 A 15 N 
H 2 3/04/1988 D 8 R D10 



2 3/07/1988 B 2 P P C45 
2 3/08/1988 A 6 P U W15 



H 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



7/29/1988 C 

9/05/1988 A 

10/04/1988 B 

11/25/1988 A 

11/30/1988 A 



1 D N 

3 U L41 
7 N 

1 P N H90 

4 L 



S 2 5/19/1988 A 1 N W82 
S 2 6/29/1988 C 1 N W82 
S 2 7/01/1988 A 1 N W82 



H 2 5/20/1988 D 4 R S66 



H 


2 


1/24/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 


3/06/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 


3/13/1988 B 


10 P N 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 B 


12 


N 


S 


2 


4/30/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


S 


2 


4/30/1988 A 


1 


N US2 


H 


2 


5/01/1988 B 


10 


N 


S 


2 


5/03/1988 C 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


5/05/1988 B 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 


5/05/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


6/05/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 


8/30/1983 B 


1 


N S51 


H 


2 


8/30/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


8/30/1983 C 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 


9/09/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/21/1988 A 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 


9/29/1988 B 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 


9/30/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


10/16/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 10/30/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 11/13/1988 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 11/20/1988 D 


13 


N 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



ROOM AT THE INN 

oWkIUS^JS*. ONINNS, EYES MIXED DRI^S 

TAKING CARE OF THE INN CROUD 

^lSS APPREHENSIVE ABOUT 1-40 
iZik mtStiELESSINgI FOR HILLSBOROUGH? 
irarSoLBKTO IBP TuLLSKROUBH, DURHAM 

^SEE. ALSO FURNITURE INDUSTRY 

ANTIQUE OAK BEDS REFUTED STOLEN 

BEECH MOUNTAIN 
BUD LIGHT 

Eawmm mm. event ^s jal trashy 

TrST HASUNUSUAL PARTY FOR GARBAGE 
COURT M3GC0WTIES ON TAX FORMULAS 

BEECHHQDD CEMETERY „„__ 

^^ ALSO BUTNER BULL TEST STATION 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 

SE ENTER° STATE'S BEEF COOK-OFF BY APRIL 1 
INEDIBLE BALONEY 
n^ stateunnersity TO DEDICATE BEEF RESEARCH CENTER NEAR BUTNER 

BEEKEEPING ^ 

SEE ALSO BEES ,„™^, 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BEE KEEPERS 

K JftTff A SUARM OF BEESSELECTS YOUR HOUSE AS ITS HOME 
NVC. HONEY HARVEST GOOD DESPITE MITES 
BEEKEEPING CLUB BUZZES ALONG 

BEEPE COACH HAS TAUGHT THREE GENERATIONS HOW TO SWIM 

^SE ALSO ALCOHOL 

1 SI S Y AT^IC PARK, BEER 
SEE ALSO DURHAM BULLS, BEER 

^IR'OTfflinONING, BEER SALES RISE WITH HEAT 

riuireoN ecu. m -probably can't charge beer fee 

POLICE LOG/TEEN CHARGED WITH STEALING BEER 
OPERATIONSTINGS 18 IN ILLEGAL BEER SALES 
18 OF 26 STORES FAIL AGE/BEER CHECK 

nfeuSioN oS south square offices 

^Iee also BEEKEEPDfc ^^ 
SEE ALSO DURHAM BEE KEEPERS 
SEE ALSO HONEY _ 

SEE ALSO INSECT STINGS 
SEE ALSO KILLER BEES 

O^tEKeES BANNED BECAUSE OF MITES 



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H45 



H 2 1/10/1988 E 1 P F 

H 1 2711/1983 BIN 

H 1 3/10/1988 B INTO 

H 2 7/27/1988 A 6 P F Zll 

CHH 1 10/31/1988 A 1 H N R63 

CHH 1 10/31/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 11/02/1988 A 4 E 



H 1 3/25/1988 C 2 N 



H 
S 

H 
S 
H 



H 
S 
S 
S 



1/12/1988 B 
1/14/1988 D 
7/15/1988 B 
7/18/1988 A 
8/03/1988 B 



5 P 
9 P 

12 
4 

18 



2 2/29/1988 A 4 L 

2 6/24/1988 A 1 N H70 

2 12/30/1988 A 1 P N H70 

2 12/30/1988 A 1 M N H70 



H 2 1/28/1988 C 5 N 

H 2 4/28/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 8/07/1988 D 4 E 

H 1 11/05/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 5/08/1988 E 
S 2 7/06/1988 C 
CHH 1 11/07/1988 A 



11 P U B56 
6 N 
1 P N Vll 



H 2 7/17/1988 B 1 P U N36 



H 

H 

CHH 
S 
H 
S 

s 



7/19/1988 
7/23/1988 
8/09/1983 
9/08/1988 
9/09/1983 
9/17/1983 
11/12/1988 



10 
12 
3 
1 
1 
9 
8 



N W29 
N 
N 

N B53 
N N36 
P B90 
N 



H 2 3/10/1988 C 7 N 
H 2 3/12/1988 B 3 N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



N.C, ISSUES QUARANTINE ON HONEY BEES 

BEES BUZZ DOWNTOWN DURHAM 

Wax, I'LL.. .BEE! 

BUZZING IN DOWNTOWN WASN'T ABOUT POLITICS 

WHAT TO DO IF A SWARM OF BEES SELECTS YOUR HOUSE AS ITS HOME 

BUMBLE BOOGIE 

WILD BLACK BEAR MAKING SELF AT HOME 

N.C. HONEY HARVEST GOOD DESPITE MITES 

HOME KEPT HUMMING BY BUZZING BOARDERS 

BE GLAD, BEES GONE 

THE BEGGAR'S OPERA <PLAY) 

'BEGGAR TO THREEPENNY' TALK SLATED 
PLAYMAKERS SCORE WITH 'OPERA' 
PRC'S OLD 'OPERA' SOUNDS LIKE NEW 



SUBJECTS 



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D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



4/14/1988 
5/03/1988 
5/03/1988 
5/04/1988 
5/08/1988 
6/03/1988 
6/26/1988 B 
7/06/1988 C 
7/13/1988 B 
10/19/1988 A 



N 

N M51 
P L38 
E 

U B56 
P T37 



6 


N 


6 


N 


1 


N 


4 


E 



BEGGING 

SEE ALSO CHARITIES 
ONE MAN'S OPINION ON THOSE WHO 



DESERVE TO BE POOR' 



BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION 

NCCU PROFESSOR'S MISSION! STOP WORRYING; LET SOMEONE ELSE DO IT 
SUPPORT HELPS SMOKERS QUIT, STUDY SAYS 
STATE CONSIDERS CORRECTIONAL BOOT CAMP 
•SHOCK PROBATION' AN S.C. SUCCESS 

BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, BEHAVORIAL MEDICINE RESEARCH CENTER 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO PSYCHOLOGY 
DOCTORS CAN TREAT AVOIDANCE DISORDER WITH DRUGS, THERAPY 



H 2 4/09/1988 C 4 N 
S 2 4/21/1988 D 8 P R B71 
H 2 4/22/1988 D 11 P R W66 



H 2 10/10/1988 B 1 U G78 



H 2 4/24/1988 A 15 N 

H 2 5/20/1988 A 7 N 

H 2 8/29/1988 B 5 N 

H 2 8/29/1988 B 5 N 



H 2 11/24/1988 C 3 N D80 



BEIRUT MASSACRE 
SEE LEBANON 

BELGIUM 

IF IT'S TUESDAY AND THE PRESIDENT'S IN BED AT 5 P.M., IT MUST BE BELGIUM H 2 3/02/1988 A 

BRISK GREETINGS SET PACE FOR BRUSSELS TETE-A-TETE H 2 3/03/1988 A 

REAGAN ESCAPES INJURY IN NATO BATTLE OF WORDS H 2 3/04/1988 A 

COVERING THE PRESIDENT OFFERS SECOND-HAND NEWS H 2 3/13/1988 B 

SERVICEMEN NOT FORGOTTEN H 2 6/02/1988 A 



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U H49 
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BELIZE 

TRIANGLE EYE DOCTORS FOCUS ON BELIZE 

BELK DEPT. STORE (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 
BELK TO CLOSE STORE IN UPTOWN CHARLOTTE 

BELK-LEGGETT (DURHAM, N.C.) 

BELK LEGGETT PLANS CELEBRATION 

BELK-LEGGETT MARKS 100TH YEAR IN DURHAM 

HAWAII-BOUND 

DURHAM WOMAN WINS DIAMOND RING 

DURHAM BUSINESS LEADER HORTON DIES 

RETIRED BELK-LEGGETT MANAGER HORTON DIES 

DURHAM LOSES A FRIEND 

L, W, WYCHE HORTON 

HUGGABLE TEDDY BEARS JOIN POLICE DEPARTMENT 

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING RUSH BEGINS 

BELK-LEGGETT BUILDING (DURHAM, N.C.) 
INSIDE 

BELK LEGGETT HORTON DEPT. STORE (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
MCCARRICK GIVEN BELK'S AWARD OF EXCELLENCE 

BELK STORE SERVICES, INC. 

GOOD PEOPLE KEY TO BELKS* 100 YEARS 



S 2 7/09/1988 B 



N H02 



H 2 5/11/1988 A 12 N 
S 2 5/11/1988 A 8 N 



2/19/1988 C 
2/21/1988 B 
6/10/1988 A 

6/25/1988 
8/18/1988 
8/19/1988 
8/19/1988 
8/22/1988 
11/22/1988 
11/25/1988 



N 

N P38 
P K30 
N W82 
N M06 

E 
E 

N M51 
N H65 



S 2 1/09/1988 C 1 U T30 
CHH 1 9/28/1988 A 8 P N 
S 2 6/11/1988 A 8 P N 



BELKS (GENERAL HEADING) 



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BELK EMPIRE BEGAN IN MONROE, NOT CHARLOTTE 
rnrin PFTIPIF KEY TO BELKS' 100 YEARS „ 

•THIS IS NO BULL' 

"^® F^SSfir^K OVER A CENTURY OLD 
BELL-NORTHERN RESEARCH 

^UBWWJWl COMPANIES 

K ffiif^ffi^WMILLION LAS 
^tS^lSW IN RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 

BELLE CHERE „ „ _ 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
SHOOTINGS MAR FESTIVAL 

BE1±E ^j!eMC>IT , COLLEGE HAS NEVER PRESENTED DEGREE 

BEU£ Sa!L)™raU£GE HAS NEVER PRESENTED DEGREE 
BELLMEN 



H 2 
S 2 

CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 



5/28/1988 C 

6/11/1988 A 

9/28/1988 A 

12/01/1988 D 

12/25/1988 D 



7 N 

8 P N 
8 P N 
5 N 
3 P P 



H 2 6/23/1988 A 1PN 



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2/29/1988 A 
4/07/1988 C 
4/23/1988 A 
4/24/1988 B 
5/07/1988 A 
5/07/1988 A 
7/30/1988 B 



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N W82 
N U32 
N 

N M97 
N UB2 
N W82 



^LLMAN OF THE YEtt ACCUSTOMED TO CELEBRITIES OF THE GOLFING WORLD 

BEL qFF ALSO CARILLON (DUKE UNIV. CHAPEL) 

Iff ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL BELLTOUER 
^TEAKHOUSE SITE OF NEW CHATHAM CHURCH 

HWBFIUR PERFORM AT WHITE HOUSE 
RINGING IN THE SEASON 

iSl^ i*W*WBUlTO RESULTS IN THIRD QUARTER 

BELLY DANCING 

^nTER^IC; MIDDLE EASTERN MOVES-WITH STYLE 

"""Mfc IN AUGUST7 

BELTAINE 

^CEaC^ILEs'c^ii'BELTAINE IN RALEIGH 

BEN & JERRY'S HOMEMADE INC. 

^K (^MAGNATES HOPE TO SCOOP OUT NICHE IN MOSCOW 
CAN FOOD INDUSTRY BALANCE GIANT MERGERS? 

™S»^ROAD 



H 2 7/31/1988 C 1 N 

S 2 6/09/1988 C 3 N 

S 2 6/09/1988 C 3 N 

H 2 11/13/1988 B 8 N 



CHH 1 6/06/1988 A 3 P N S63 

S 2 12/17/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 12/23/1988 B 4 M 

CHH 1 12/25/1988 A 3 P P T44 



S 2 7/07/1988 A 12 N 
H 2 10/20/1988 D 8 N 



S 2 9/29/1988 D 1 P F B71 
H 2 8/18/1988 D 5 P P 

H 2 4/29/1988 D 8 N 



H 2 3/27/1988 B 9 P N C46 

H 2 10/23/1988 B 12 N 

H 2 6/13/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 1/03/1988 F 1 D N 

H 2 1/10/1988 F 1 D N 

H 2 1/17/1988 F 1 D N 

H 2 1/24/1988 F 1 D N 



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TRIANGLE REAL ESTATE SHOULD BE- OK IN '88, SAYS CLAY HAMMER 

REPEAT HOME BUYERS AVERAGING $24,000 EQUITY IN NEW HOME 

'REASON IS BACK IN REAL ESTATE' 

TRIANGLE PREPARING FOR 36 PERCENT RISE IN RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION 

TRIANGLE HOUSING DIPS BUT AREA STILL A HOT SPOT 

HOME BUYERS SHOULD GET HOMES PROPERLY INSPECTED 

DOWNTOWN DURHAM NEEDS MORE PRIVATE INVESTMENT 

DOWN PAYMENT CLOSES DOOR TO BUYERS 

ECONOMIST TO TEACH HOW TO BUY HOUSE 

TRIANGLE VACANCY RATES DECREASE FOR QUARTER 

EXPERT SAYS N.C. TO OUTPACE NATION IN '88 

CLEAN UP BEFORE PUTTING YOUR HOUSE UP FOR SALE 

ADVERTISING FIRM MOVES WITHIN LOOP 

HOLLY HILL RENOVATION KEEPS MALL COMPETITIVE 

APT. OCCUPANCY RATES SLIP IN FIRST QUARTER FOR TRIANGLE AREA 

COLLECTION PLANT FOR WASTEPAPER BEING ERECTED 

DEVELOPMENT AWARDS ENTRIES ARE SOUGHT 

OFFICE LEASING ACTIVE; VACANCY RATE STILL UP 

LOCAL BUILDER FOCUSES ON FIRST-TIME BUYERS 

HOMEBUYERS NOT CHECKING FOR LEAD IN DRINKING WATER 

PINNACLE RIDGE CUTTING RIBBON FOR APARTMENTS ON TUESDAY 

NEW DURHAM CENTRE RESTAURANT TO OFFER OUTDOOR SEATING 

LOW-INCOME N.C. FAMILIES TO GET HOME IMPROVEMENTS 

SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS GROUP TO HEAR BURNLEY, CONNALLY 

MARK REALTY CORP. BEGINS SNOW RENOVATION, LEASING 

DURHAM-RALEIGH STRONG IN GROWTH OF HOUSING 

WHITE, BOOTH, MAYOR REOPEN 'THE SHOPPES AT LAKEUOOD' 

WASHING DUKE INN GOLF CLUB MORE THAN HALF COMPLETED 

FIRST FLIGHT RESTAURANT HAS THE WRIGHT DECOR 

HOUSING CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES TWO-YEAR SLIDE 

PROPERTY MANAGERS NEED GOOD SKILLS IN TOUGH MARKETS 

MINISTORAGE CENTER CONSTRUCTION STARTS 

HOUSES IN TRIANGLE ON SALE ARE VISITED 2.8 TIMES A MONTH 

CHARMING OLDER HOMES MAY KEEP YOU VERY BUSY 

OWNERS, INVESTORS FINDING REFINANCING HAS ATTRACTIONS 

VACANCY RATES IN TRIANGLE DOWN OVER PREVIOUS QUARTER 

HOME BUYERS NEED TO DO HOMEWORK BEFORE PLUNGING 

BUILDING ACTIVITY IN 45 CITIES DECLINES 

SMALLER SPACES REQUIRE NEW DECORATING STRATEGIES 

HOME BUYERS SHOULD READ FINE PRINT OF WARRANTIES 

THERE ARE A LOT OF MISTAKES TO AVOID IN HOUSE HUNTING 

FAIR HOUSING ACT OF 1988 TO HALT ALL-ADULT HOUSING 

METRIC IS CHOSEN TO BUILD PHASE ONE OF ERWIN SQUARE 

REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE STARTS PROJECT ANALYZING SERVICE 

CENTURY 21 EXPERTS PREDICT SLUMP WON'T HIT IN 1989 

TRIANGLE HOUSING GROWTH TO BUCK NATIONAL DECLINE 

TRIANGLE REAL ESTATE COMPANY IS 'TAKING TIME TO SHARE' 

DUKE MANAGER RECOGNIZED FOR URBAN DEVELOPMENT ROLE 

BENDIX CORP. 

BENDIX TO INVEST HEAVILY IN CHARLOTTE 
BUSH TOUTS DEFENSE IN ROCKY MOUNT 
BUSH COURTS SUPPORT FROM N.C. DEMOCRATS 

BENENSON PRIZES 

DUKE STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS 

BENETTON 

PARKING WOES CITED FOR STORE'S CLOSING 

BENJAMIN N. DUKE LEADERSHIP AWARDS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., AWARDS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO LEADERSHIP 

HILLSIDE SENIOR AWARDED DUKE, UNC SCHOLARSHIPS 

THIS STUDENT CAN'T GO WRONG 

*2.27 MILLION GIVEN FOR DUKE SCHOLARSHIPS 

BENNETT COLLEGE 

BENNETT COLLEGE FORUM SET AT WARREN LIBRARY 



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H 


2 


1/31/1988 F 


1 D N L41 


H 


2 


2/07/1988 F 


1 P N L41 


H 


2 


2/14/1988 F 


1 P N 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


2/28/1988 F 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/06/1988 F 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/13/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


3/20/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


4/03/1988 F 


1 DN 


H 


2 


4/10/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


4/17/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


4/24/1988 F 


1 P N 


H 


2 


5/01/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


5/08/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


5/15/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


5/22/1988 F 


1 DN 


H 


2 


5/29/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


6/05/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


6/12/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


6/19/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


6/26/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


7/03/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


7/10/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


7/17/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


7/24/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


7/31/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


8/07/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


8/14/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


8/21/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


8/28/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


9/04/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


9/11/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


9/18/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


9/25/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


10/02/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 10/09/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 10/16/1988 F 


1 N 


H 


2 10/23/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


10/30/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 11/06/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 11/13/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


11/20/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


11/27/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


12/04/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 12/11/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


12/18/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 12/25/1988 F 


1 D N 


S 


2 


3/10/1988 A 


14 N 


S 


2 


8/30/1988 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 


8/31/1988 A 


1 P N M06 



H 2 6/22/1988 B 8 N 



CHH 1 9/27/1988 A 1 P N M25 



H 2 3/05/1988 A 1 P N T37 
S 2 3/08/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 10/05/1988 B 7 N N36 



H 2 3/01/1988 A 8 N 



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YFAJK 1 ATFR. WOMAN CAN STILL SEE FLAMING CROSS IN YARD 
a U lKT£SM WOMAN PRESIDENT 

B °^ T BEMCTT PLACE STATE HISTORIC SITE 

THE BEST AT BENNETT 

KtT fMSnNING -SHALL' CCttMEMCKATION 
f^SATES TOCAMP AGAIN ATBgWnT PLACE 
FASHIONS PART OF CIVIL WAR WEEKEND 

■KH ^"Khristmases past sunny 
^^knson'town board grows 
™ KaKS homes 
'^'Sffl ff aSnt smorgasbord 

BENTON CONVENTION CENTER (WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.) 
OMNI HOTEL SEEKS CLIENTS 

^^TNTOWILLE; N.C.'S BIGGEST CIVIL WAR BATTLE IN EXPANDED RE-ENACTMENT 

BENTONVILLE STATE HISTORIC SITE 

SEE ALSO THE BATTLE OF BENTONVILLE 
CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY 

^^TFNTI^S DlSoN OF LINK BETWEEN BENZENE, CANCER 
SWMK OF BENZENE CONFIRM CANCER LINK, PARK CON^ENCE TOLD 
t^ktSt, mFWTSTOP WITH CONCLUSION OF BENZENE MEETING 
KeWeXPERT WANTS BBCBEFin BACK ON LIST OF POLLUTANTS 
CHEMICALS FOUND IN FAMILIES' WATER 

study; cherry point water contaminated 

BER iF ALSO COMMUNITY FIRE DEPT. <BER£A, N.C.) 

GRAN^LLEraWNITY OF BEREA IS GETTING LIBRARY 

^&reNviLfE r ffiS.C., VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS 
RE^FIRESPAT IN JUDGE'S HANDS 
JUK£ RULES ON BEREA FIRE DEPARTMENT SUIT 
SlL^EYEINGFLEXIBLE BENEFIT PLAN 

BERETTA PISTOLS 

^I B HWAY G PATROL TO GET 9MM BERETTA PISTOLS 

EERLI TERRORISM AND MORE QUESTIONS 
DOCUMENTS COST LIVES 

"^SEE ALM EAST GERMANY 

%gj? UE W °ST 1 SnY I M£ND FENCES, DESPITE T* WAIL fj 

LOVE SOARS O'ER ALL 



2 5/01/1988 B 13 N 
2 10/10/1988 C 1 N 



3/21/1988 A 
3/24/1988 C 
3/24/1988 B 
4/18/1988 C 
4/20/1988 C 
10/11/1988 A 
12/08/1988 D 
12/09/1988 D 



8 N _ 

9 P P S73 

P S73 

N 

N 
15 P U W66 
9 P I 
11 P F 



5 P 
1 

8 



S 2 11/30/1988 A 6 N 

H 2 5/30/1988 B 1 N M51 

H 2 12/30/1988 D 13 P R D77 

S 2 5/05/1988 A 1 N W82 

H 2 3/18/1988 D 5 P F C19 

H 2 3/30/1988 A 4 L 



3/15/1988 B 
3/16/1988 C 
3/17/1988 B 
6/04/1988 B 
6/24/1988 C 
7/13/1988 C 



H 1 11/11/1988 C 1 N H60 



H 2 1/18/1988 B 6 N 
H 2 2/23/1988 B 10 M 
H 1 3/23/1983 B 1 N T33 



H 2 2/03/1988 C 10 N 

S 2 2/04/1988 A 4 E 

H 1 10/12/1988 B 5 N 

H 2 1/13/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 2/29/1988 A 4 L 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


S 


2 



2 


N M97 


5 


N M97 


3 


N M97 


5 


N 


1 


N 


8 


N 



2 8/08/1988 A 5 
2 10/19/1988 A 4 



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BERLITZ LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION CENTER 



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NO LULL IN BERLITZ STUDENTS' STUDIES 

TEACHERS TRY TO HELP FOREIGNERS MAKE A HOME IN AMERICA 

BERNARD BOYD MEMORIAL FELLOWSHIP 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
RELIGIOUS STUDIES FELLOWSHIP AWARDED 

BERRYHILL 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN DENY PERMIT FOR BERRYHILL 
CARRBORO LAND-USE DECISION DUE 

BERRY'S GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

INNER-CITY RENEWAL WILL BE THEME OF SERVICES AT GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 



BESSEMER CITY, N.C. 

CAFETERIA IS BESSEMER CITY'S 



GENERAL STORE' 



BEST PRODUCTS CO. 

BEST AGREES TO $1.1 BILLION BUYOUT BID 

BEST WESTERN HOTEL 

HOME SALES DECLINE; STOCK JITTERS BLAMED 

BEST WESTERN UNIVERSITY INN 

OFFICE SPACE IN DURHAM IS FILLING UP 

NEW DURHAM BEST WESTERN MOTEL AT TRAVELERS WANTING STUDIO-SUITES 

DURHAM'S 2ND BEST WESTERN SCHEDULED FOR SUMMER 

UNIVERSITY INN JOINS U.S. CHAIN 

CCB NAMES ERNEST ROESSLER EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT 

UNIVERSITY INN JOINS BEST WESTERN CHAIN 

BETA BLOCKERS 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 
BETA BLOCKERS NO ROADBLOCK FOR EXERCISE, STUDY SHOWS 

BETA-CAROTENE 

CARROTS MAY BE POTENT WEAPON IN WAR ON CANCER 

BETA THETA PI 

PEERS RECALL BLOOM DURING THEIR DUKE DAYS 

FIRE AT FRATERNITY HOUSE THOUGHT CAUSED BY TORCH 

POLICE LOG/SIGMA CHI VANDALIZED 

POLICE, PLEDGES AT ODDS ON 'PRANK' THEFTS 

EXCUSE FOR THEFTS WEAK 

UNC STUDENTS MAY HAVE VIOLATED HONOR CODE WITH FRATERNITY PLEDGE... 

BETH-EL SYNAGOGUE 

SEE ALSO B'NAI B'RITH 

SEE ALSO HANUKKAH 

SEE ALSO JEWS 

SEE ALSO JUDEA REFORM CONGREGATION 

SEE ALSO PASSOVER 

ISRAELI TEENS SCHEDULE DURHAM VISIT 

SYNAGOGUE CELEBRATES TORAH REPAIR 

JEWISH COMMUNITY TO BEGIN OBSERVANCE OF NEW YEAR 

BETHESDA, N.C. 

TRAILER BURNS IN BETHESDA 

SEWER FEES CONCERN BETHESDA RESIDENTS 

BETHESDA RESIDENT RELIEVED ABOUT FEES FOR SEWER HOOKUPS 

BETHESDA SEWER FEES REDUCED 

HIGHWAY OFFICIAL ORDERS BETHESDA SEWER WORK HALTED 

STATE TEMPORARILY HALTS ROAD REPAIRS IN BETHESDA 

BETHESDA SEWER SERVICE NEARS 

mccutchedn: RIDE HERD ON BETHESDA sewer work 

OFFICIALS WITHHOLD PAYMENT ON SEWAGE WORK IN BETHESDA 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DEBATE WITHHOLDING SEWER CONRACTOR'S PAYMENT 

BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASKETBALL TEAMS 
BETHESDA 7 AND 8-YEAR-OLD CHAMPIONS 



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CHH 1 7/12/1988 A 3 N Vll 



H 2 3/19/1988 A 7 N 

S 2 1/06/1988 A 14 N 

H 2 10/11/1988 B 8 N 

H 2 1/03/1988 F 1 D N 



H 2 1/10/1988 F 1 D N 

H 2 2/07/1988 B 7 P U L41 

S 2 2/08/1988 C 10 N 

CHH 1 8/15/1988 A 2 N 

H 2 9/04/1988 D 9 N 

S 2 9/06/1988 A 7 N 



H 2 6/10/1988 C 4 N 
S 2 2/24/1988 A 8 U 



H 2 1/18/1988 B 


5 N 


CHH 1 7/15/1988 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 9/13/1988 A 


20 N 


S 2 9/27/1988 C 


1 N 


S 2 9/30/1988 A 


4 E 


S 2 10/07/1988 A 


9 N 



S 


2 3/16/1988 C 


5 N 


H 


2 4/25/1988 B 


1 P N Z06 


H 


2 9/11/1988 B 


5 P N P38 


H 


2 6/01/1988 A 


16 P P S76 


S 


2 8/24/1988 A 


1 M N H65 


H 


2 9/14/1988 B 


1 N A54 


S 


2 9/14/1988 A 


1 N H65 


H 


2 10/12/1988 B 


9 N A54 


S 


2 10/12/1988 A 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 11/03/1988 C 


1 M N A54 


S 


2 11/29/1988 A 


1 N H65 


S 


2 12/13/1988 A 


1 N H65 


H 


2 12/14/1988 C 


1 N A54 



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BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SOFTBALL TEAMS 

SEE ALSO SOFTBALL S 

BFn€SDAYTO 8-YEAR-OD COUNTY CHAMPIONS S 

^BeSaT^AsSiON SOFTB^L TEAMS 

BETHESDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL S 

SWsffi £U UVK BIDS THIS MONTH } 

BU6F0R SCHOOL WELL UNDER BUDGET H 

BREAKING GROUND S 

HNKbnHwin -race- • 

^mXBttiSltoMm SOFTB*! TEAMS 

^^a^WsOC^loN BASKETS TE*G 

^MSMCRIES WZ BETHESDA HIGH RENEWED IK PLANNING FOR REUNION H 

OLD BETHESDA HIGH REUNION SET ^^ mMM H 

700 ATTEND BETHESDA 'S LAST HIGH SCHOOL REUNION 

BETHESDA RURITAN CLUB 
SEE ALSO RURITAN CLUBS 
RURITAN OFFICERS 

^^BES^T^rT&a BASKETS TEAMS 
m VOBJBSaUBk BASKETBALL TEAHS 
^MSS aTbET>£SI* STATION 

pi Huns m 

BETHESDA FIRE CHIEF HURT IN WRECK 
BETa AffrORY OF CHRISTMAS IN BETHLEHEM AND ON DEATH ROW 
E ™E^RYONE M 'BETRAYED- EXCEPT T* AUDIENCE 

■a me &s«s 

^T^I^SfNlNG^foFFERED AT LUNG SCHOOL 

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, SMALL 

cP S"tn MT^RITY S BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM H 

S ^^i^ISFRSLEAVE CHARITY GROUPS WITH LITTLE R 

^WaWtAKES i HELM * KTTER BUSINESS BUREAU g 

g^llfs^i I S B KND RELIEF SHIPMENT (CORRECTED 10-10-88) 8 

CAfiPET^CLEANING FIRM INVESTIGATED 

BETTER DURHAM HUMAN RELATIONS AWARD 

H ALSO Km HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 



2 8/23/1988 B 
2 9/06/1988 D 



1/06/1988 

1/13/1988 
1/15/1988 
3/25/1988 
3/25/1988 
3/26/1988 



6 P P 
6 P P 



6 P P K30 



N 

N 

P P T32 
PPH2 
P P T32 



7/15/1988 A 1 P N S92 



2 6/10/1988 C 9 P N A80 
2 9/28/1988 C 3 N 
2 10/09/1988 B 1 P N P38 



H 2 1/01/1988 B 8 P P K30 



S 2 2/02/1988 A 1 N B53 

H 2 2/03/1988 C 3 N 

S 2 6/21/1988 A 5 N 

H 2 6/22/1988 B 9 N M51 

H 2 12/25/1988 C 13 U L57 

S 2 9/01/1988 D 10 P R M06 

S 2 2/09/1988 A 6 P F S27 



2/14/1988 B 
2/26/1988 B 
2/27/1988 A 
10/05/1988 A 
12/29/1988 A 



7 

8 P 
10 P 

1 P 
11 



N 

N M97 
N S73 
N M06 
N 



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H UMAN RELATIONS AWARD ESTABLISHED 
BETTER DURHAM HUMAN RELATIONS AWARD (AD) 
BISHOP MOORE, DISPUTE CENTER RECEIVE AWARDS 
HUMAN RELATIONS AWARDS 
NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR RELATIONS AWARD 

BETTER HEALTH OF DURHAM 

SEE FOUNDATION FOR BETTER HEALTH OF DURHAM 

BEVERLY AND LARAMIE HITCHINGS AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO CHOREOGRAPHERS 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
ARTICLES; DOROTHY BORDEN WINS DANCE AWARD 

BIBLE 

SEE ALSO BIBLICAL INERRANCY 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., RELIGION 

HISTORICAL BOOKS OF BIBLE FEATURED IN COURSE AT DUKE 

DUKE LECTURE SERIES EXAMINES TEXTS 

DUKE BOOK PROBES BIBLICAL NARRATIVE 

HACKSAW BLADES ARE FOUND IN JAIL 

COLLECTION OF RARE BIBLES IS DONATED TO ELON COLLEGE 

EARLY RISERS LEARN SCRIPTURAL APPLICATIONS 

LAY ACADEMY OF RELIGION AT DUKE OFFERS BIBLE STUDY 

TAKING THE OATH OF OFFICE; 1599 COPY OF BIBLE OLDEST IN THE STATE 

BIBLE-READING MAN ARRESTED AT MISSION 

BIBLE SCHOOL 

TENT NOT A CAMPSITE, BUT BIBLE SCHOOL CLASS 

BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY 
SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 
ARCHAEOLOGISTS UNEARTH CLUES TO DAILY LIFE IN BIBLICAL TIMES 
'MONA LISA' 

BIBLICAL INERRANCY 
SEE ALSO BIBLE 
BAPTIST SPLIT LEAVES MARK ON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 
SOUTHEASTERN *S FUTURE BRIGHT 
ENROLLMENT DOWN AT SEMINARY 
UNC POLL! RACE, MONEY AFFECT BELIEF 
POLL RESULTS GIVE CLUES TO TV PREACHERS' PULL 
BAPTISTS MOVE TOWARD CAIN AND ABEL DIVIDE 
COMMITTEE CITES 'FOXHOLE MENTALITY' AT SOUTHEASTERN BAPTIST SEMINARY 

BICYCLE LANES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., BICYCLE ROUTES 

SEE ALSO CYCLING 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION, BICYCLE PROGRAM 

BIKE PATHS TOP FORUM DISCUSSION 

SAFETY KEY FACTOR IN BIKE COMMUTING 

CITY WANTS RAILROAD LINE FOR HIKING TRAIL 

FUTURE FOR BICYCLE LOOKS BRIGHT 

SEPARATE BIKE ROUTES COULD GENERATE INCREASED USE 

BIKE, JOGGING ROUTE DESERVES GOOD LOOK 

SIDEWALK BIKE PATHS ALSO POSE PROBLEMS 

BIKE LANES ON ROAD ARE BEST, BUT NOT ALWAYS FEASIBLE 

WIDE OUTSIDE LANf S FACILITATE SHARING ROAD 

STATE DERAILS FUNDING FOR ERWIN BIKE PATH 

SHOULD SIGNS ON BIKEPATH COME DOWN? 

ALDERMEN TO CONSIDER BIKE PATH RIGHT-OF-WAY PROBLEMS 

HOW CAN CHAPEL HILL ENCOURAGE BICYCLING? 

AREA NEEDS BIKE PATHS 

PLANS FOR TREE-LINED ROADS WORRY CARRBORO RESIDENTS 

CHAPEL HILL — A TOWN IN SEARCH OF BALANCE? 

INPUT NEEDED FOR COMPREHENSIVE TOWN BIKING PLAN 

SIDEWALKS, BIKE PATHS WOULD HELP BUS SERVICE 



S I T 

E ELY 

D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



2/05/1988 C 
2/21/1988 A 
5/10/1988 C 
5/10/1988 A 
6/09/1988 B 



1 

15 D 
6 

9 P 
4 



T37 



S 2 7/07/1988 D 3 P N G59 



H 


2 


1/17/1988 A 


14 


N D80 


H 


2 


2/14/1988 A 


16 


N D80 


S 


2 


3/10/1988 C 


9 


N 


H 


1 


5/07/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 


5/12/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/21/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


9/15/1988 B 


2 


N D80 


CHH 1 


10/12/1988 A 


6 P N S17 


H 


2 


10/23/1988 B 


3 


N 



CHH 1 7/03/1988 A 



S 
H 


2 
2 


1/14/1988 D 
1/29/1988 D 


2 P N 
15 P P 


H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1/01/1988 B 
1/12/1988 A 
2/01/1988 B 
4/14/1988 A 
4/15/1988 A 
6/14/1988 A 
8/11/1988 B 


6 N 
4 L 
2 N 
1 N 
4 E 
4 E 
6 N 



H 3 1/05/1988 C 


1 


N B81 


S 2 4/22/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 2 7/02/1988 C 


1 


N M02 


S 2 7/02/1988 A 


5 


U H05 


CHH 1 7/09/1988 A 


6 


U 


S 2 7/15/1988 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 7/16/1988 A 


6 


U 


CHH 1 7/23/1988 A 


5 


U 


CHH 1 7/30/1988 A 


5 P U 


S 2 8/09/1988 A 


1 P N W82 


CHH 1 9/03/1988 A 


6 


U 


CHH 1 10/04/1988 A 


3 


N Vll 


CHH 1 10/15/1988 A 


6 


U 


H 2 10/17/1988 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 10/27/1988 A 


1 1 


? N L90 


CHH 1 11/05/1988 A 


6 


U 


CHH 1 11/26/1988 A 


6 


U 


H 2 12/12/1988 A 


4 


L 



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S I T 
E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



BICYC STRATeIiES AT STOP SIGNS, LIGHTS PROMOTE SAFETY 
KAN ROBBED; BIKER ARRESTED 
BICYCLIST FACES DUI, ROBBERY CHARGES 

BIC Sffi E ALSO E |jLL DURHAM BIKE FEST 

^TilK&Ki IBLj INTO LEA* TO CtfTlKE 40-HILE...RACE 

Kt^'pM cK TO SSWRIETY ^ CYCLING RACES 
fiff BERkmS I LOOKSF0« BICYCLE RIDERS 

"¥£fefe B 5WcH«L HILL HERALD M 

MyfflBTHE Will ESSENTIAL TO SAFETY 
SIDEWALK BIKE PATHS ALSO POSE PROBLEMS 

nfiHTS" BRIGHT CLOTHING ENHANCE CYCLING SAFETY 
kcnbfflFinq - BICYCLES OF THE FUTURE? 

KffmftPEL ^hSlmwmge bicycling? 

g^kS EitoSSS! Kf BALANC£ - 

niiHUBnffl BIKE STOLEN 

EH K^! Ke'WW GOODS 

POLICE LOG/THEFT OF CHILD'S BIKE REFlKltil 

BICYCLE TRIPS 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 

H SH SlNA TARUHSLS BICYCLE CLUB 

SEE ALSO CYaiNG 
S^S ON SAILING MATURE 

Ilfeo^ BB EeT S'S AFFETITE 
A^I^L^SOCIATION HOLDS BIKE TREK 
E^TAMOUNT BIKING FOR COACH WATERS 

^^m^^^^k^J^^ CHANGING 

BICYCLE TOJRING - HEALTHY OPTION FOR VACATION 



CHH 1 8/20/1988 A 6 U 
S 2 10/08/1988 BIN 
H 2 10/09/1988 B 3 N 



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



5/02/1988 A 
5/03/1988 B 
6/30/1988 A 
9/04/1988 C 
9/17/1988 A 
10/14/1988 A 



1 P N T33 
4 P U A76 
8 P F K65 
1 U N36 
6 P U 
3 N S17 



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



CHH 

H 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

S 

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



4/22/1988 A 
5/13/1988 C 
5/15/1988 C 
5/17/1988 
6/11/1988 
6/18/1988 
6/25/1988 
7/02/1988 
7/16/1988 
7/29/1988 
8/06/1988 
8/27/1988 
9/03/1988 
9/10/1988 
9/16/1988 
9/19/1988 
9/24/1988 
10/01/1988 
10/08/1988 
10/15/1988 
10/17/1988 
10/29/1988 
11/05/1988 
11/11/1988 



4 
1 
8 
4 
8 

5 P 
5 

6 
6 
1 F 

6 F 
6 F 
6 

6 I 

4 

4 

6 

6 

6 

6 

4 

tr 
J 

6 
4 



C45 



E 
N 
M 

E 
U 

u 
u 

u 
u 
p 
u 
u 
u 
u 

L 
E 
U 
U 
1 U S73 
U 
L 
U 
U 
L 



S 2 2/18/1988 
CHH 1 7/27/1983 
S 2 7/28/1988 
CHH 1 10/07/1988 
CHH 1 10/11/1988 
CHH 1 10/27/1988 
CHH 1 12/17/1988 
CHH 1 12/27/1983 



1 P 

3 
15 
11 

3 

3 

9 

3 



P C45 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



3/25/1988 A 
3/29/1988 C 
5/29/1988 C 
8/07/1988 A 
8/09/1988 B 
8/24/1988 B 
9/01/1988 A 
9/14/1988 A 



CHH 1 12/31/1988 A 



P F S56 
P N M51 

N C47 
P N M70 

N A76 

N 
P F G59 

N 

U 



BICYCLES 



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SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE LANES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE TRIPS 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA TARUHEELS BICYCLE CLUB 

SEE ALSO CYCLING 

SEE ALSO DIRT BIKES 

SEE ALSO MOUNTAIN BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO N.C. BICYCLE COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION, BICYCLE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH POLICE DEPT.. BICYCLE PATROL 

SEE ALSO SHARING THE ROAD (CHAPEL HILL HERALD COLUhN) 

SEE ALSO TRICYCLES 

MOVE, OR BECOME ICED 

OFF-STREET PARKING 

LIMITED PROTECTION 

AIRBORNE 

mm drag? 

WHEN PATHS CROSS 

BICYCLES BUILT BY ONE 

HEY KID, YOU HAVE A DRIVER'S LICENSE TO RIDE THAT TRICYCLE? 

TOWN'S BIKE ORDINANCE DRAWS LOT OF ATTENTION 

PEDALING TO WORK COMING IN VOGUE 

COMIN' IN ON TWO WHEELS AND A SMILE 

SAFETY KEY FACTOR IN BIKE COMMUTING 

BICYCLE BALANCING ACT 

OH, LONESOME M£ 

BICYCLE PROGRAM CAN HELP IMPROVE SAFETY 

ON A ROAD TO NOWHERE 

AS BICYCLING BOOMS, PROBLEMS ON HIGHWAYS, BYWAYS INCREASE 

UPWARDLY MOBILE 

ON THE ROAD AGAIN 

BIKING COLUHN SENSITIVE TO LOCAL ISSUES 

TOWN CONSIDERS SKATEBOARD BAN 

STANDING TALL 

NATIONALS BOUND 

TRANSPORTATION 

NOT MUCH LEFT 

ALWAYS CARRY A SPARE 

TEACHING CHILDREN TO RIDE — THE EASY WAY 

BIKER RAISES MONEY FOR RETARDATION GROUP 

POLICE LOG/BICYCLE THROWN FROM 10TH FLOOR OF DORM 

ADVENTUROUS LIFE CENTERS ON BICYCLE 

BANDIT ON BIKE HOLDS UP BRANCH BANK 

RECUMBENTS — BICYCLES OF THE FUTURE? 

BIKERS TO RAISE AIDS FUNDS 

OH! JUST HANG IT UP! 

SHADOW PLAY 

NEW WHEELS 

BID-RIGGING 

SEE PRICE FIXING 

BIG APPLE NIT (PRE-SEASON TOURNAMENT) 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL INVITATIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (POST-SEASON) 

UNC JOINS INDIANA IN BIG APPLE NIT 

FANFARE/APPLE OF YOUR EYE 

UNC OPENS NIT, '88-8? SEASON 

MOCS OFFER TAR HEELS SOLID TUNEUP 

HEELS BITE MOCS, BIG APPLE OPENER 

TAR HEELS TURN ON DEFENSE, ROUT MOCS 

TAR HEELS TANGLE WITH BULLDOGS IN BIG APPLE NIT QUARTERFINALS 

TAR HEELS BUMP BULLDOGS IN NIT 

HEELS BOUNCE BULLDOGS FROM BIG APPLE 

TAR HEELS, TIGERS TIP OFF BIG APPLE 

'BIG APPLE' LACKS IMPACT OF THE ORIGINAL NIT 

MISSOURI CLIPS FIFTH-RATED UNC 

MISSOURI DEMOLISHES VULNERABLE TAR HEELS 

NIT'S SURPRISE! HEELS, HOOSIERS IN CONSOLATION 

BIG APPLE IMPRESSIONS 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 



H 2 


1/04/1988 B 


5 P P C45 


H 2 


1/20/1988 B 


1 P P S76 


H 3 


1/26/1988 C 


1 P P L38 


H 2 


2/02/1988 B 


1 P P S73 


H 2 


2/09/1988 C 


10 P P L38 


H 2 


2/19/1988 C 


1 P P T32 


H 2 


3/11/1988 A 


6 P F C80 


H 2 


3/19/1988 C 


14 N 


H 2 


3/26/1988 B 


7 N 


S 2 


4/14/1988 A 


6 P F S27 


S 2 


4/18/1988 C 


1 P P S76 


S 2 


4/22/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 


5/02/1988 B 


1 P P K30 


H 3 


5/17/1988 C 


1 P P L38 


S 2 


5/17/1988 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


6/10/1988 A 


3 P P L38 


CHH 1 


6/11/1988 A 


8 U 


CHH 1 


6/22/1988 A 


1 P P T44 


CHH 1 


6/25/1988 A 


6 P P T44 


CHH 1 


6/26/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


6/27/1988 A 


1 P N M70 


H 2 


6/28/1988 B 


1 P P T44 


CHH 1 


6/30/1988 A 


3 P P L38 


CHH 1 


7/08/1988 A 


1 P P L33 


CHH 1 


7/15/1988 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 


7/27/1988 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 


8/13/1988 A 


6 U 


CHH 1 


8/20/1988 A 


2 P N S17 


CHH 1 


9/01/1988 A 


10 N 


S 2 


9/01/1988 A 


6 P F G59 


H 1 


9/24/1988 C 


2 N 


CHH 1 


10/08/1988 A 


6 P U S73 


S 2 


10/26/1988 C 


9 N 


CHH 1 


11/21/1988 A 


7 P P T44 


CHH 1 


12/06/1988 A 


1 P P L38 


S 2 12/26/1988 C 


1 P P T32 



1/20/1988 B 
10/13/1988 D 
11/18/1988 B 
11/18/1988 B 
11/19/1988 D 
11/19/1988 B 
11/20/1988 C 
11/21/1988 B 
11/21/1988 D 
11/23/1988 D 
11/23/1988 D 
11/24/1988 D 
11/24/1988 B 
11/25/1988 B 
11/25/1988 D 



1 P 
1 P 
1 



N 
N 

N C52 

P N D18 

P N C52 

P N D18 

N C52 

N C52 

N D18 

N 

U D18 
N M14 
N D18 
U M14 
U D18 



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i nm MADDEN POWER TAR HEELS BY HOOSIERS 

i ; ^ife wurun-i — - « 

^sTaJSiS (MUSIC) 

^I^NTE? TO F1AY MY HORN' „ 
FAJ±GER«ANS RETURNING TO UNC CAMPUS 

BIG BEAUTIFUL WOMAN (FASHIONS FOR LARGE WOMEN) 
SEE ALSO MAGAZINES 
SEE ALSO OBESITY 
MODELING FOR FUN 

813 ■VgRisiSsi' DIRECTOR **ES IT BETTER THAW IT HAS RIGHT TO BE 

BIG EAST CONFERENCE 

FANFARE/ACC-BIG EAST TALK 

BIG ^ C B^ E E^DlS T &BER TOURNAMENT ^ 
ACC-BIG EAST MATCHUP FOR '89 NEAR COMPLETION 
ACC-BIG EAST SERIES SET FOR LAST STAGE 

BIG FOUR BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 
BIG THREE BACK AT 'HOME' 

BIG FOUR TENNIS TOURNAMENT 

SEE ALSO TENNIS m]viTp 

FANFARE/BIG FOUR TENNIS 

FANFARE/BIG FOUR TENNIS 

FANFARE/BIG FOUR TENNIS 

THE BIG HEAT (FILM) 

LANG THRILLER 'BIG HEAT- 
BIG STAR FOOD STORE (NCRTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER) 

BIG STAR AT NORTHGATE CHAIN'S LONE STORE OPEN 

BIB S^OPESs^ORE AT NORTHGATE 

BIG Ss^-tee^plS^o^ 1 ! star stores 
$ MLS 'wjtsIs^potu: out of work 

t T $ ™S &ITION F^IR^NGS 

TOALL DURHAM AREA FOOD SHOPPER'S! (AD) 
TRIANGLE BIG STARS MAY REOPEN FIRST 
BIG STAR RESOLUTION IJfW ™ 

DRAFT WOULD BACK BIG STAR WORKERS 
DON'T DISCARD EMPLOYEES 
JOBLESS NEED COPING SKILLS 
A PROBLEM AT BIG STAR 

BMHG STAR WORKERS' PAY WORRIES OJLLEY 
PWa URGES SAVING BIG STAR WORKED' BENEFITS 
rmraWTTEE BACKS RESOLUTION ON BIG STAR 

■fiSVSflbunu--- 

CHAIN TOCLOSE ONE STORE, OPEN OTHERS 



THE MOB AS NAZIS 



S 
E 
-DATE — C -PG 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



BYL 



2 11/26/1988 D 1PN 
2 11/26/1988 B 1 P N D18 
2 11/27/1988 C 2 N M14 



H 2 6/06/1988 B 1 P N ABO 
CHH 1 10/11/1988 A 3 N 



H 2 1/18/1988 A 6 P F H45 

H 2 7/08/1988 D 2 P R S66 

H 2 6/03/1988 B 3 N 

H 2 8/18/1988 D 3 N 

H 2 12/11/1988 C 4 P N M14 

H 2 12/17/1988 D 3 N 

S 2 1/06/1988 D 1 P N F25 



H 2 9/16/1988 B 3 N 

H 2 9/17/1989 D 3 N 

H 2 9/19/1988 D 4 N 

H 2 2/12/1988 D 4 P R L59 



H 2 3/20/1988 B 1 N H51 
S 2 5/25/1988 A 1 N W2 
S 2 6/14/1988 C 1 N W82 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


9 


H 


9 

- 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



3/02/1988 C 

3/02/1988 A 

3/03/1988 A 

3/05/1988 A 

3/06/1988 B 

3/06/1988 B 

3/06/1988 

3/07/1988 

3/08/1988 

3/08/1988 

3/09/1988 

3/11/1988 

3/14/1989 

3/19/1988 

3/20/1988 B 

3/23/1988 A 

3/24/1988 

3/25/1988 

3/25/1988 

3/26/1988 

3/30/1988 

4/11/1988 

4/13/1988 

4/13/1988 



4/14/1988 B 



1 
1 
1 
7 
8 
13 I 

1 

1 

1 

4 

1 

4 

1 

1 

1 

1 

n 

3 
4 
4 
4 
1 
1 
1 



N 

N W82 

N W27 

N U82 

N 

N W27 

A 

N 

N 

N H70 

L 
■ F 659 
L 

N W82 
N M51 
N W82 
N H70 
N S51 
N H70 
E 
E 
L 
N 

N W82 
N 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



UNION AT ODDS WITH GROCERY CHAIN ON HIRING 
JOB FORCE DIF PUZZLES AGENCY 

THE BIG ZUCCHINI WASHBOARD BANDITS 
i%% FREE OF CHARGE i%% 

BIGAMY 

SEE ALSO MARRIAGES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO POLYGAMY 
WIFE OF MINISTER DESCRIBES ANGER AT WATCHING HIS SECOND 

BIKE-A-THON 

MORE PEDAL POWER FOR BIKE-A-THON SOUGHT 



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C -PG L P BYL 



5/28/1988 C 
6/02/1988 A 



N C60 
N H02 



S 2 6/02/1988 D 4 P I 



WEDDING' 



H 2 4/22/1988 A 
CHH 1 9/11/1988 A 



11 



N 
N R63 



BIKE-AID 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE TRIPS 

SEE ALSO FUND RAISING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF FUND RAISING PROJECTS & SPONSORING GROUPS) 

SEE ALSO OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENT NETWORK 
TWO FEMALE DUKE GRADS PLAN BIKING ACROSS NATION TO AID POOR, HUNGRY H 2 5/09/1988 B 
BICYCLISTS SOUGHT FOR BIKE AID '88 S 2 6/03/1988 A 

BIKE RIDES 
SEE CYCLING 



BIKINIS 

BURNOUT, BIKINIS BACK AT UNC FRAT 

BILINGUAL EDUCATION 

SEE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 
SEE FOREIGN LANGUAGES 
SEE SCHOOLS, N.C., LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION 
SEE SCHOOLS, U.S., CURRICULUM 

BILL BCUEN BAND 

FULL SCHEDULE SET FOR COMMENCEMENT WEEKEND 

BILL COLLECTION AGENCIES 
SEE COLLECTION AGENCIES 

BILL OF RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO FIRST AMENDMENT 

SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF RELIGION 

SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF SPEECH 

SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF THE PRESS 

SEE ALSO INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, TAXPAYER BILL OF RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO U.S. CONSTITUTION 

RE-ENACTING OUR HISTORY 

HILLSBOROUGH CELEBRATION MARKS CONSTITUTION DEBATE 

BILL OF RIGHTS DAY 

SAY THANKS FOR YOUR FREEDOMS 
REMEMBERING THE SOURCE OF FREEDOM 
POLITICAL RIGHTS NEED CONSTANT DEFENSE 

BILL T. JONES/ARNIE ZANE & CO. 
DANCING 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL OPENS 11TH SEASON TONIGHT 
JONES-ZANE DANCE HIGH-ENERGY MIXTURE 
BILL T. JONES/ARNIE ZANE CO. HIP WITHOUT BEING HYPE 

BILLBOARDS 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SIGNS 

SEE ALSO NAEGELE OUTDOOR ADVERTISING CO. 

SEE ALSO SIGNS AND SYMBOLS 

DURHAM COUNTY HEALTH BOARD VOTES TO PUT AIDS WARNINGS ON BILLBOARDS 

FALSE, OFFENSIVE ADVERTISING 

COURT ORDERS HEARING ON DURHAM SIGN LAW 

APPEALS COURT REOPENS SUIT AGAINST CITY SIGN ORDINANCE 

SEXISM IN ADVERTISING 



5 P N C47 
14 N 



H 2 4/08/1988 C 4 P N K65 



H 3 4/30/1988 C 1 N U80 



H 2 6/21/1988 A 
CHH 1 7/22/1988 A 



H 2 12/15/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/16/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/18/1988 A 



4 E 
1 N H90 



4 E 

3 P N M70 

4 E 



H 2 6/10/1988 D 16 P P 

H 2 6/13/1988 A 1 D N W66 

H 2 6/14/1988 B 1 P R L59 

S 2 6/16/1988 D 3 R B71 



H 


2 


2/19/1988 C 


i N A54 


H 


2 


3/11/1988 A i 


1 L 


S 


2 


4/18/1988 A 


I N 


H 


2 


4/19/1988 B 1 


I N 


H 


2 


4/29/1988 A ' 


1 L 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



S Iffi-gS£> c ffiffif "S^rcnow on signs in nrham 
Kbills release, passed by legislature 
iTM¥innS cm, L AiDs is rearing its deadly head 

MwK MAN ON BILLBOARD DRAWS COMPLAINTS 
GREEWILLE^S NEARLY-NUDE AD GETS CLOTHING 
KrfE COUNCIL REJECTS BILLMARBS 
CAROLINIANS PREPARE MAJOR PUSH FOR Nt-L 

BILLIARK ' 

SEE ALSO GAMES 

SE f DAY?S P reOL ROOMS BREAK TRADITIONAL IMAGE 

•UIMPY' LASSITER DIES 

BILLIARD (*AMP LASSITER DEAD 

mI H0KnHNTOOT I «8 f 000 FOR BLASTING DAMAGE 
S^AWARDEB FOR SEWAGE PROJECT 

BILLY BILLY°TAYLCR AND HIS TRIO PERFORM WITH N.C. SYMFHOW 

BILTMORE HOTR (HIGH POINT) 
BUSINESS BRIEFLY 

TIME TO TRIM 
RTKBE FESTIVAL (DURHAM AFRICAN FESTIVAL) 

BIMBE BRINGS FREE CONCERT 

BING CROSBY GOLF TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

SS ?W™ » ML 

BIN SEE ALSO BEACH BINGO 
SEE ALSO GAMBLING 
SEE ALSO GAMES 

BlNKuB^VEsfAWAITS COURTRULING 
OASIS BINGO tWES FROM DURHAM TO JAKE 



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CHH 1 
S 2 



H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 



6/11/1988 A 
6/23/1988 C 
7/07/1988 B 
7/09/1988 A 
7/12/1988 A 
8/18/1988 A 
8/24/1988 A 
10/19/1988 C 
10/22/1988 B 



3 
1 
1 
4 
1 

18 
7 

11 
2 



P L38 
N H70 
N L40 
L 
' N C60 
N 
N 
N 
N 



S 2 1/26/1988 B 
S 2 10/26/1988 D 
H 2 10/27/1988 D 



5 P N A76 
1 N 
4 N 



2 1/23/1988 B 1 N M06 
2 1/26/1988 C 3 N P41 



H 2 7/10/1988 C 4 N 

H 2 1/03/1988 A 13 N 

S 2 3/24/1988 D 7 P P 

H 2 8/10/1988 A 12 N 



H 2 8/07/1988 B 7 N 
H 2 8/14/1988 D 10 P N 
H 1 11/19/1988 C 2 P P 



6/14/1988 A 
6/16/1988 D 
6/17/1988 D 
6/18/1988 A 
6/19/1988 B 
6/23/1988 D 



11 P 

12 P 
16 P 

4 
1 
3 P 



U U66 
N 

P T37 
E 

N P38 
N 



H 2 6/10/1988 B 2 N 

H 2 6/12/1988 B 11 N 

H 2 6/13/1988 B 3 N 

H 2 6/13/1988 B 3 N 



S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



3/18/1988 
3/20/1988 
3/23/1988 
3/23/1988 
3/24/1988 
3/24/1988 
3/24/1988 
3/25/1988 
3/29/1988 
4/04/1988 
4/06/1988 



1 N B53 


1 N S82 


4 E 


1 N B85 


1 P N S82 


1 N S82 


1 N B53 


1 N S82 


4 L 


1 N 


1 N S82 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



BINGO PARLORS SHOULD OBEY RULES OR LEAVE 

DURHAM BINGO KING IS BACK 

BINGO RETURNS, ALONG WITH GAMES OF SKILL 

REACTION MIXED TO GAMBLING REGULATIONS ON RESERVATIONS 

BINKLEY BAPTIST CHURCH (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

DR. SEYMOUR, BINKLEY PASTOR, WILL RETIRE IN MAY 
COMMUNITY SHELTER, KITCHEN NEED $350,000 
BAPTISTS GRAPPLE WITH CONSERVATIVE DECREES 
BINKLEY CALLS MCCLERNON AS INTERIM MINISTER 

BIO-ECOLOGICAL SERVICES 

INCINERATION OF MEDICAL WASTES WORRIES ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS 
WASTE OF NCMH NOWHERE NEAR SEA 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
SEE ALSO MOLECULAR MODELING 
DUKE AMONG FIRST WITH ADVANCED BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEGREES 

BIOGEOCHEMICAL RESEARCH 

UNC RESEARCHER GETS $1.2 MILLION FOR EARTH STUDIES 
MARTIN TO SPEAK AT OPENING OF CHAPEL HILL MOLECULAR LAB 

BIOLOGY 

SEE ALSO CELL BIOLOGY 
SEE ALSO MARINE BIOLOGY 
TO BIOLOGIST, THAT FIELD OF WEEDS REPRESENTS SALAD 

BIOMECHANICS 

BIOMECHANICS SYMPOSIUM SET 

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 

SEE ALSO GENETIC ENGINEERING 
PROCESS PATENTED BY UNC WOULD ALLOW X-RAYS TO BE TAKEN WITHOUT... FILM 

BIOSPHERE RESERVE 

SEE ALSO ECOLOGY 

SEE ALSO MAN AND THE BIOSPHERE 
PRESERVING THE PLANET A LITTLE AT A TIME 
MASON FARM, DUKE FOREST POSSIBLY IN BIOLOGICAL RESERVE 

BIOTECHNOLOGY 

SEE ALSO DNA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO N.C. BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL BIOLOGY/BIOTECHNOLOGY BUILDING 
AGRICULTURE LONG-TERM FOCUS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY, CENTER PRESIDENT SAYS 
DUKE AMONG FIRST WITH ADVANCED BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEGREES 
UNC SPONSORS BIOTECHNOLOGY STUDY SEMINAR 
BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY MOVES TOWARD COMMERCIALIZATION 
BIOTECHNOLOGY RAPIDLY CHANGING PRODUCTION AND CONTENT OF FOODS 
POLL: BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY MATURING 
FORUM'S SPEAKERS DEBATE REGULATION OF BIOTECHNOLOGY 
SPHINX SYMBOL APPEALS TO BIOTECH RESEARCHERS 

BIRCH RESEARCH CORP. 
BUSINESS BRIEFING 
GLAXO GETS OK FOR ORAL ANTIBIOTIC 

BIRD FEEDERS 
NO WAITING 
FREE-LOADER 

BIRD: THE LEGEND OF CHARLIE PARKER (FILM) 

CHARLIE PARKER WOULD HAVE LIKED BIRD SOUNDTRACK 
REVERENCE MUTES 'BIRD' DRAMA 



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S 2 4/08/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 7/22/1988 A 1 N S82 

H 2 7/23/1988 C 1 N J40 

S 2 10/20/1988 A 14 N 



H 2 1/09/1988 A 6 N A20 

H 3 6/04/1988 B 1 N M70 

CHH 1 7/04/1988 A 1 N M25 

H 2 7/23/1988 A 6 I 



H 2 6/06/1988 B 
CHH 1 8/11/1988 A 



N 
N S17 



H 2 6/17/1988 C 3 N 



H 2 2/10/1988 B 10 N U80 
H 2 4/21/1988 C 9 N 



H 2 5/22/1988 B 4 N 
H 2 11/30/1988 B 16 N U80 

S 2 2/06/1988 B 1 N 



CHH 1 6/18/1988 A 
CHH 1 6/18/1988 A 



3 P N L90 
3 N L90 



H 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 



3/30/1988 

6/17/1988 

6/22/1988 

9/17/1988 

10/10/1988 

10/10/1988 

11/11/1988 



11/13/1988 B 



2 1/07/1988 D 
2 1/09/1988 A 



12 
3 
7 
1 
8 
5 
1 
1 



N M97 
N 
N 

N K65 
U 
N 

N K65 
N K65 



N 

N W82 



H 2 1/22/1988 B 
CHH 1 6/10/1988 A 



2 9/30/1988 D 
2 11/18/1988 D 



4 P P L38 
1 P P L38 



5 R S66 
2 P R S66 



BIRDHOUSES 



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1/01/1988 



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S I T 




N E 


E L Y 




P D — DATE — 


■ C -ffl L P BYL 



GIVE HIM A PIECE OF JUN<, AL HALL WILL MAKE SOUTHING OF IT 
HIGH-DENSITY DEVELOPMENT 

"IIe ALSO BLUEBIRDS 
SK ALSO CEDAR WAXWING 
SEE ALSO COUBIRDS 
SEE ALSO CRAfCS (BIRDS) 
SEE ALSO FLAMINGOS 
SEE ALSO OSPREYS 
SEE ALSO RARE BIRDS 
SEE ALSO STARLINGS 
BIRD BRAIN 

UNA A HAZY DAY 

n!c?ZO^P£CORDS RARE BIRTH OF AFRICAN BIRD 

LOVE BIRDS 

|Bjf0FFICIAL3 HOPE HAWK WILL REIUCE PIGEON POPXATION 

OSffSYS BODE WELL FOR COAST 

UATCH THAT BEAK 

ffisT°SEASON TOUGH ON NESTING BIRDS AT SEASHORE 
HA, BBfflMMSTOEATEN SHOREBIRIS 
FAST FOOD FEEDING 
FATHERLY DUTIES 

PCLIcfLOG/OFFICER FREES TRAPPED BIRDS 
^^INKc^FiNDS CEO* WAXWIN6S ABUNDANT 

"^ALSflW HILL BIRD CLUB 
H ALSO NbThCFE AUDUBON SOCIETY 
BIRDWATCHING IS HEALTHY 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

SE H>SiS^TER VIE FOR ALA. POST 
UsNTrarfEDFOR BALTIMORE SCHOOL POST 
KrI?NTE$IEUS IN BIW1IN6HAH TODAY 
S*tf»L*-. HUNTER VIE FOR ALA. POST 
SKSTcW^i^DgJ TO! 5CHXL POSTS 

ALA.^Kfs MJRHAM IN StraiNTENDENT SEARCH 
^fffi^9 VISIT MH* ON JOB «X 

K^s P Set^r™^IW Job 

i» R EiSl0N S WTEf^ SANSS' 

Sil nmmtmn Birmingham 

BIRTH CONTROL 



H 2 5/08/1988 B 1 P U N36 
Cm 1 11/25/1988 A 1 P P L38 



2 
2 
2 
1 
2 

2 
2 
2 

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



S 
S 
H 

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



1/02/1988 C 
1/15/1988 C 
1/23/1988 C 
1/27/1988 C 
2/02/1988 A 
2/05/1988 C 
3/10/1988 A 
4/14/1988 D 
4/29/1988 C 
5/31/1983 B 
6/01/1988 B 
6/05/1988 B 
6/09/1988 C 
6/10/1988 A 
7/04/1988 A 
8/01/1988 A 
8/05/1988 A 
8/10/1988 B 
8/21/1988 A 
8/22/1988 
11/04/1988 
11/16/1988 
12/27/1988 
12/27/1988 
12/27/1988 



1 P P 
1 P P 
5 P 
1 P 



L38 
T37 
T32 
L38 



11 
1 

12 

10 
1 
1 
9 
5 
3 

13 
6 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 
8 
1 
3 
3 
3 



T37 



P 

P 

N 

P 

P 

N 

N H60 

PL38 

P C45 

N 

N 

P 

P 

P L38 

N H60 

N H60 

N 

U L41 

F G59 

P C45 

N 

P 

N H90 



S 2 8/15/1988 A 4 E 



H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 



2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
£ 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



5/06/1988 A 

5/06/1988 C 

5/12/1988 B 

5/17/1988 A 

5/18/1988 

5/20/1988 

5/20/1988 

5/23/1988 

5/24/1988 

5/24/1988 

5/25/1988 

5/25/1988 

5/26/1988 B 

5/26/1988 A 

5/26/1988 

5/26/1988 

5/27/1988 

5/29/1988 

5/30/1988 

5/31/1988 

6/10/1988 

6/14/1988 

6/17/1988 



A 
A 
A 
C 
B 
B 
A 
A 



P N J40 
N M06 
N J40 
N S92 
N J40 
N J40 
E 
P N S92 
N J40 
N J40 
P N S92 
N S92 
P N J40 
P N J40 
P N S92 
E 
E 
T T R56 
N S92 
N S51 
N 

N S92 
N 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO ABORTION 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO CONDOMS 

SEE ALSO FAMILY PLANNING 

SEE ALSO FERTILITY 

SEE ALSO NORPLANT (CONTRACEPTIVE) 

SEE ALSO OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

SEE ALSO PLANNED PARENTHOOD 

SEE ALSO POPULATION CONTROL 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SEE ALSO VASECTOMIES 

CONSUMERS GET MORE BIRTH CONTROL OPTIONS 

NEW BIRTH-CONTROL CHOICES MAY APPEAR IN NEXT 5 YEARS 

N.C. CENTER TO TRY INJECTABLE CONTRACEPTIVE 

BIRTH CONTROL: SCIENTISTS EXPERIMENTING WITH NEW METHODS... 

ADAM & EVE PRESIDENT ASSISTS POOR IN THIRD WORLD 

MOTHERS' MILK MAY SAVE WORLD FROM OVERPOPULATION 

BIRTH CONTROL INFO AVAILABLE, OFFICIAL SAYS 



BIRTH CONTROL PILLS 
MANY WOMEN DON 1 



T USE BIRTH CONTROL PROPERLY 



BIRTH DEFECTS 

SEE ALSO FRAGILE X SYNDROME 

SEE ALSO GENETIC COUNSELING 

SEE ALSO MARCH OF DIKES 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 
SOME PARENTS STILL MISUNDERSTAND DOWN'S SYNDROME 
COUPLE GIVE UP BABY HOPE TO HELP OTHER BABIES 
PARK CONFERENCE DEDICATED TO CHAPEL HILL RESEARCHER 
A TALE OF HEN'S TEETH AND SCIENTIFIC POTENTIAL 
VITAMIN LINKED TO MALFORMATIONS IN CHILDREN 
RESEARCH ON ACCUTANE GOING FROM TRIANGLE TO WASHINGTON 
DRUG-INDUCED BIRTH DEFECTS NOT LIMITED TO ACCUTANE 
$1.03 MILLION JUDGMENT UPHELD IN BIRTH-DEFECTS LAWSUIT 
HEALTH WARNING ISSUED ON HYCO LAKE FISH 
PRODUCER OF ANTI-ACNE MEDICATION OFFERS PROGRAM FOR SAFE PREGNANCIES 

BIRTH ORDER 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 
BIRTH ORDER'S EFFECT ON INTELLIGENCE TOPIC OF TALK 



BIRTH RATE 

SEE ALSO DEATH RATE 
SEE ALSO FERTILITY 
SEE ALSO POPULATION, 
SEE ALSO POPULATION, 



N.C. 
U.S. 



SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CAROLINA POPULATION CENTER 
SEE ALSO ZERO POPULATION GROWTH 
FALLOUT FROM SNOW STORM 

BIRTHDAYS 

FOR FEB, 29 BABIES, THE WAIT IS OVER 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MISTER SAM 

BIRTHDAYS EARLY MOTHER'S DAY 

WINSTON-SALEM'S 75TH BIRTHDAY 

FRIENDS SAY HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OSCAR; 'AIN'T THAT RIGHT?' 

WHEN 40 NEARS, SO DO FEARS 

LEO BIRTHDAY PARTY WITH COUNTRY THEME HONORS HORTON 

CHILDREN'S PARTIES GROW MORE ELABORATE 

TWINS REUNITE FOR BIRTHDAY PARTY 

BIRTHING ROOM 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, BIRTHING ROOM 

BIRTHS, RARITIES 

SEE CHILDBIRTH, RARITIES 

BISCUIT KING (NINTH ST.) 

DURHAM POLICE PROBE 5 RESTAURANT BREAK-INS 



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S 

S 

s 

H 
H 
S 
CHH 



3/30/1988 A 
6/01/1988 A 
6/25/1988 A 
7/12/1988 B 
9/06/1988 B 
11/17/1988 B 
11/30/1983 A 



U 
U 
N 

N W29 
N 

F S27 
N M25 



H 2 6/21/1988 B 6 N 



H 


2 


1/21/1988 C 


11 


N U80 


H 


2 


4/04/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


4/20/1988 A 


15 P N R80 


H 


2 


4/21/1988 B 


2 


N M97 


H 


2 


4/22/1988 A 


15 


N M97 


H 


2 


4/23/1988 B 


5 


N M97 


S 


2 


5/11/1988 C 


3 


U 


H 


2 


8/03/1988 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/04/1988 A 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 


9/08/1988 C 


9 


N K65 



H 2 10/08/1988 C 14 N 



H 


2 


1/14/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


1 


3/01/1988 B 


9 N 


H 


2 


5/08/1988 D 


1 P F M51 


H 


2 


5/09/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


1 


5/14/1988 C 


1 P P 


H 


2 


5/24/1988 A 


1 P N N36 


S 


2 


6/22/1988 B 


1 U C09 


CHH 1 


8/28/1988 A 


8 U 


S 


2 


9/06/1988 B 


1 P F G59 


S 


2 


9/20/1988 B 


1 P F S27 



S 2 8/17/1988 A 1 N B53 



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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1988 1 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



■mTFVFS BREAK INTO FIVE RESTAURANTS 
FRBWra?m W2E. BISCUIT KING OWNER, DIES 

BISCUITVILLE (U. CLUB BLVD.) 

K em llJSPECT IN2 ARt€D ROBBERIES -MM 
SS StTcHARGE HAN IN 2 ARMED ROBBERIES 

BISH °RISHCP OF DURHAM HAS AN ANALYTICAL MANNER 
SCHOOL RAISESMoWy - AND SPIRITS 



BLACK AW) WHITE IN CO.0R (FILM) 
^^ 'BLACK AND UHITE IN COLOR'! 



UAR AS FARCE 



^ A ALSO T BASEBALL, BLACK MANAGERS 
■It ALSO BLACKS, COACHES 
SEE ALSO SPORTS (GENERAL HEADING) 
UELL-EARNEB IMMORTALITY 

KVBUni B«EK'S. STATEMENTS 

FEAR-MOTIVATED RACISM 

'sSfvfk™ ^SUBJECT MAKES PROFESSORS SQUIRM 

WRITER HAD TURCO-PHOBIA „ v _ nTU _ 

DOUBLE STANDARD THE GREEK'S UNDOING 

DEER CBS'... (CARTOON) 

NICETIES AND RACIALISM 

JBwa WBNfrwr m ^ 

THE GREEK ARTICULATED FEARS OF HIS TIMES 
THE GROVELING GREEK 

Er?^ «S HISSED THE POINT 
SLAVERY CONTROVERSIES 
COMPETE WHERE IT COUNTS 
FANFARE/BLACK HALL 

"^^AME ZION CHUSCH 
SEE ALSO CHURCHES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHURCHES, U.S. 

H also S l&ffiaa names of churoes) 



s 

N E E 

P D —DATE— C -PS 



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H 2 8/18/1988 C 6 N 
H 2 11/07/1988 B 10 



2 2/11/1988 A 4 L 

2 11/21/1988 B IN 

2 11/23/1988 C 7 P N "51 

2 11/23/1988 A 1 P N B53 

2 5/08/1988 A 14 P U H49 

2 5/10/1988 B 1 P U W15 



H 2 1/28/1988 A 26 N 

H 2 6/09/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 8/31/1988 C 2 N 

H 2 9/05/1988 A 11 N 

H 2 7/03/1988 C 9 P N 

H 2 10/09/1988 B 1 U N36 

H 2 2/22/1988 B 8 N A54 

H 2 2/23/1988 B 1 H A54 

H 2 7/29/1988 D 15 R L59 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


9 

*. 



1/15/1988 A 

1/16/1988 D 

1/17/1988 C 

1/17/1988 C 

1/18/1988 B 

1/18/1988 B 

1/18/1988 D 

1/20/1988 A 

1/20/1988 B 

1/21/1988 A 

1/22/1988 B 

1/23/1988 C 

1/27/1988 

1/27/1988 

1/27/1988 

1/28/1988 

1/28/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/03/1988 

2/04/1988 

2/05/1988 

2/06/1988 

2/09/1988 

2/11/1988 

3/09/1988 

8/13/1988 



4 
1 
1 
11 
2 
4 
8 
4 



4 

3 

1 

4 

5 

4 

5 

5 
10 
10 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
4 
4 
3 



E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

L 

N 

N 046 

L 

U 

T 

L 

L 
' F 
' N 

L 
» J 

L 

L 

U 

L 

L 

N 



2 2/01/1988 A 
2 5/29/1988 E 



5 M „ 
3 P U H45 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



mormon church offers blacks many opportunities to serve 

merger topic of ame meeting 

bishop: black churches need strong leadership 

the church connection 

BLACK colleges, N.C. 

SEE ALSO EL IZABET H CITY STATE UNIV. 
SEE ALSO FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIV. 
SEE ALSO WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIV. 

FAYETTEVILLE STATE OFFERS 'WARRANTY' 

APPLICATIONS SOAR AT HISTORICALLY BLACK SCHOOLS 

UNC'S WEAK LINK STRUGGLES TO IMPROVE 

U.S. GIVES GRANT TO BLACK COLLEGES 

BLACK STUDENTS NEED MORE AID, PANEL TOLD 

BLACK SCHOOLS' LEADERS CITE SSC BENEFITS 

BENNETT INAUGURATES 2ND WOMAN PRESIDENT 

BLACK COLLEGES, N.C, ENROLLMENT 

APPLICATIONS SOAR AT HISTORICALLY BLACK SCHOOLS 
ENROLLMENT INCREASES IN MOSTLY BLACK SCHOOLS 
BLACK ENROLLMENT WORRIES NCCU PANEL 

BLACK COLLEGES, U.S. 

AFTER DECADE, DESEGREGATION GOALS UNMET 
U.S. GIVES GRANT TO BLACK COLLEGES 

BLACK CONGRESSIONAL CAUCUS 

SEE CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS 

BLACK DUCK 

SEE ALSO DUCKS 
ROANOKE RIVER COULD BE REFUGE FOR BLACK DUCKS 

BLACK ENTERPRISE MAGAZINE 

OXFORD MAN NAMED TOP BLACK EXECUTIVE 

MAGAZINE NAMES MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN TOP THRIFT 

SUCCESS FOR 67 YEARS BRINGS DURHAM S&L NATIONAL HONOR 



SUBJECTS 



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S 2 6/16/1988 A 

S 2 7/27/1988 C 

H 2 10/22/1988 C 

H 2 11/20/1988 E 



4 L 
2 N 
1 P N J04 
1 P F S56 



3/26/1988 C 
8/16/1988 B 
9/06/1988 C 
9/07/1988 D 
9/13/1988 B 
10/01/1988 C 
10/10/1988 C 



1 P 

5 

2 

5 

1 

4 P 

1 



N L90 

N 

N 

N 

N C47 

N C47 

N 



H 2 8/16/1988 B 5 N 
S 2 8/17/1988 A 5 N 
S 2 9/12/1988 A 1 P N M06 



2 4/18/1988 A 12 
2 9/07/1988 D 5 



H 2 2/14/1988 C 15 N 



H 2 2/28/1988 D 
S 2 6/15/1988 A 
H 2 6/16/1988 D 



BLACK-EYED PEAS 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
SEE ALSO NEW YEAR'S DAY 
NEW YEAR'S TRADITIONS; TIME TO LADLE OUT THE BLACK-EYED PEAS, COLLARDS.. CHH 1 12/31/1988 A 

BLACK-EYED SUSANS 
SEE ALSO FLOWERS 
BLACK-EYED SUSANS IN BLOOM 



CHH 1 7/04/1988 A 



BLACK FOLK HERITAGE TOUR 
SEE ALSO BLACK HISTORY 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, N.C. 

DAVIS NARRATOR FOR HERITAGE TOUR 

CONCERTS PLANNED TO HELP OUT THE ROBBED 'REV.' BILLY C. WIRTZ 

FOLK HERITAGE TOUR HEADED HERE 

TOUR STOPS IN DURHAM TONIGHT 

BLACK HAWK HELICOPTERS 
SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 
ARMY SAYS PILOT TO BLAME FOR HELICOPTER CRASH AT AIR SHOW 

BLACK HISTORY 

SEE ALSO AFRO-AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER 

SEE ALSO BLACK FOLK HERITAGE TOUR 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTER FOR BLACK HISTORY 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE UNIV., AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES 

SEE ALSO SLAVERY 

BLACK HISTORIAN FRANKLIN SET FOR HONOR AT CARNEGIE HALL 

SLAVERY CONTROVERSIES 

TV SHOW TO FEATURE BLACK HISTORY COURSES 

BLACK HISTORY BENEFIT SHOW SCHEDULED 

CEMETERY BEING IGNORED 



S 2 5/12/1988 D 

H 2 9/27/1988 B 

S 2 9/29/1988 D 

H 2 10/08/1988 B 



H 2 9/11/1988 B 



12 P N J20 
11 N 
6 N 



3 N H90 
7 P P C45 



3 P N 
3 P U U66 
10 N 
5 P P 



H 


2 


1/19/1988 B 


1 P N C19 


H 


2 


2/11/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


2/12/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


2/17/1988 A 


15 N 080 


H 


2 


2/29/1988 A 


4 L 



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N 

P 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 



S 
E E 

D — DATE — C -PG 



KnWUUflf|tl]|HtfM*> 

VramS* FTOVIDED FOR DREAMLAND SHOE SWINE PARLOR 
ffiE^K^IN^^/^ECTION MINTED 5-17-88) 

SS^TK^ .EST 
$£3%^ SsiO<'S »(TER FOR BLACK HISTORY 

i8?3 WTC TOJS"« ^OF BLACK HISTORY CENTER 

ffiS 88 ii c §oMiSra Vk HISTORY center 

ffill^WAW BRING CttlSTHAS SPIRIT TO FALL 
DIGNITY IN S.C. LOW COUNTRY 

BLACK HISTORY MAKERS AWARD 

SE BWCK°HISTORIAN FRANKLIN SET FOR HONOR AT CARNEGIE HALL 
ffffis^&D AS BLACK HISTORY MKK 

^R?R Y Ta ( YE^^^KNSTION (AD) I \ 

RING IN THE flu YEAR WITH NEWSPAPER-IN-EWJCATION (AD) fl 2 

HONORING A HISTORIAN • H 2 

SSLUreSlLLffOK AT CHAPEL HILL LIBRARY {j \ 

Khistory wn^Wctand h R|alis« h 2 

DUKE PROFESSOR HONORED AS BLACK HISTORY MAKER „ 2 

FOCUS ON BLACK NORTH CAROLINIANS H 2 

AMERICA'S STRENGTH LIES IN DIVERSITY OF ITS PEQPLt H 2 

NT (ANTRAL WAS FOUNDED IN 1910 u 2 

C^TRAf™£RWASSTATE 'EDUCATION LEADER \ \ 

KwS^ACKS UP FIRSTS FOR BLACK WOMEN « § 

If fUUMN SS case | | 

■E RHUK BOOTBLACK IN BARBER SHOP | \ 

^AUJING ACHIEVEMENTS IMPRESSIVE u 2 

MOORE W^S FIRST BLACK PHYSICIAN \ § 

SLAVE POETBECAME PROFESSIONAL WRITER \ \ 

WILLIAMS BUSY AS ACTOR, WRITER RUNNING H 2 

ffi^Dpffis^ffiN THEATER «SLD jj \ 

HUH AH tV&M fame 

ACTIVITIES H 2 

BIBLIOGRAPHY _ S 2 

ffiSM^SET J j 

Kffis^lM HISTORY MCNTH « \ 

HflBNI KKnTS OF NORTH CAROLINA APPRECIATED j j 

DREAMS FOR THE FUTURE H 2 

}ffi!MS^^ H 2 

HORTON BOOK AVAILABLE S 2 

KSsSl««'S PLAY r 8 „ 2 2 

^n^IC •MADHEN' HEAVY-HANDED, VAGUE G 2 

&otbf«ticsSbrj ; pops concert nears h s \ 

HOLTON WINS BLACK HISTORY BOWL 



4/03/1988 A 
4/03/1988 A 
4/24/1988 B 
5/12/1988 D 
5/15/1988 A 
5/17/1988 A 
5/19/1988 B 
5/19/1988 B 
6/22/1988 A 
6/22/1988 A 
6/23/1988 B 
6/23/1988 A 
7/12/1988 A 
7/29/1988 A 
9/01/1988 D 
9/18/1988 D 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

N N36 
N M51 
U N36 
N 

N A54 
N 

N P38 
N P38 
N W29 
N W82 
N U29 
E 
N 
N 
F 
U 633 



H 2 1/19/1988 B 
H 2 1/21/1988 A 
H 2 2/02/1988 A 



1 P N C19 
4 E 
1 P N L34 



D 
C 
A 

A 
E 
A 

A 
D 
D 

D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
P 
D 



1/10/1988 

1/14/1988 

1/21/1988 

1/21/1988 

1/31/1988 

2/01/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 

2/02/1988 D 

2/02/1988 D 

2/02/1988 D 

2/02/1988 D 

2/02/1988 D 

2/02/1988 D 

2/02/1988 D 

2/02/1988 D 

2/02/1988 D 

2/02/1988 D 

2/04/1988 D 

2/10/1988 B 

2/11/1988 

2/12/1988 

2/18/1988 

2/19/1988 

2/19/1988 

2/20/1988 

2/20/1988 

2/22/1988 

2/23/1988 

2/25/1988 

2/26/1988 

3/01/1988 



3/01/1988 B 



3 P 
3 

4 P 
4 

5 P 
6 

6 

6 F 
7 

7 
7 
8 
8 
8 

9 I 
9 
10 
10 I 
10 I 
11 
11 
2 

6 

7 
6 
3 
4 
8 
4 
14 
4 
2 
3 
8 
6 
1 



A 

A 

E 

E 

N 

E 

N L34 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

> F 
F 
F 

» F 

> N 
F 
F 

P N 

N 

N 

N 
P N 

L 
P P 

L 
P N N36 

L 
P P S76 
P N 

P R C19 
P U W15 

N S92 



S73 



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BE CONSISTENT IN BELIEFS 

BLACK HORSE RUN 

COUNTY SET TO OK MONEY FOR SHELTER 

SHATTERED DREAMS 

TRIANGLE PLANNERS TO REVIEW OUTER LOOP 

BLACK INDUSTRIES, INC. 

JUST REACHING OUT AT WORK IS TOUGH, REPETITIOUS JOB 

BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

SEE N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

BLACK LOCUST 
SEE ALSO TREES 
THE SAGA OF THE LOCUST 

BLACK MOUNTAIN, N.C. 

CITIZENS OPPOSE CLEARING OF TREES ON 51 ACRES IN ASHEVILLE WATERSHED 

BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C. 
•TRUFFLE HOUND' SPEAKS 

CENTERED; M.C. RICHARDS SHARES IDEAS ON ART, LIFE 
EXPERIMENTAL BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BEING RESURRECTED 

BLACK MUSLIMS 

SEE ALSO ISLAM (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO MUSLIMS 
MUSLIMS RELIGIOUS, SOCIAL; DUKE'S C. 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 9/30/1988 A 4 L 



1/08/1988 C 
2/26/1988 A 
4/07/1988 A 



1 N M06 
4 L 
1 M N M06 



ERIC LINCOLN PUTS CLASSIC... 



H 2 11/27/1988 D 10 N 

H 2 5/08/1988 E 11 U 
H 2 5/28/1988 A 11 N 



S 2 1/07/1988 D 3 P F B71 
S 2 3/24/1988 D 1 P F B71 
H 2 5/15/1988 C 4 N 



H 2 5/29/1988 E 3 P U H45 



BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S., ECONOMIC STATUS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS EXECUTIVES, BLACK 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CHAIN 

SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY 

SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO MINORITY CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY BUSINESSES 

OVER HALF OF CITY'S BUSINESS GOING TO OURJF-TOWN FIRMS H 2 4/01/1988 C 1 

BONDING BUILDS MINORITY BARRIER S 2 4/08/1988 A 1 

BONDING FIRMS DISCRIMINATE AGAINST BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES S 2 4/09/1988 A 4 

SMALL FIRMS NEED SOME BONDING BREAKS S 2 4/14/1988 A 4 

COMMENT ON SET-ASIDES WAS DISHONEST H 2 4/22/1988 A 4 

BLACK N.C. BANKERS' MISSION IS PROGRESS H 2 4/23/1988 A 9 

'RAMS' PROVIDED FOR DREAMLAND SHOE SHINE PARLOR H 2 4/24/1988 B 1 

BLACK CONTRACTOR FAULTS BOND SURVEY S 2 4/28/1988 A 1 

KENAN INSTITUTE, SMITHSONIAN JOIN FOR ENTREPRENEURS' SERIES H 3 4/29/1988 C 1 

AT&T'S JOSEPH COLSON TO ADDRESS BANQUET H 2 5/08/1988 B 5 

MINORITY PARTICIPATION GOALS SATISFIED; BOARD OKS BIDS ON GARAGE H 2 5/18/1988 B 2 

MAGAZINE NAMES MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN TOP THRIFT S 2 6/15/1988 A 11 

6-COUNTY CHAIN CELEBRATES 50 UNBROKEN YEARS H 2 6/19/1988 B 3 

BLACK BUSINESS PEOPLE URGED TO PUSH EDUCATION H 2 6/24/1988 C 1 

HERMITAGE SQUARE, OUR BUSINESSES ARE NONE OF YOURS (CARTOON) H 2 7/02/1988 A 4 

SPEAKERS AT DURHAM CONFERENCE TO DISCUSS MINORITY BUSINESS VENTURES S 2 7/23/1988 B 7 

MINORITY BUSINESS CONFERENCE OPENS H 2 7/28/1988 B 7 

MICHAUX: DIFFERENT AMERICAS STILL EXIST H 2 7/29/1988 A 10 

STUDENTS QUESTION SPEAKER ON POLITICS, NOT BUSINESS CHH 1 7/31/1988 A 1 

REPORT*. DEMOCRATS TRAIL GOVERNOR'S DEPARTMENTS IN BUYING FROM MINORITIES H 2 8/08/1988 B 1 

CAMPAIGN SPENDING PAPER DRAWS A 'NO' FROM GOVERNOR H 1 8/24/1988 B 1 

FOUNDER OF SUPER-GROWTH COMPANY HOPES TO CONSOLIDATE IN DURHAM H 2 9/18/1988 B 9 

MINORITIES ISSUE POSTPONES CAMPUS HILLS CENTER ACTION S 2 12/20/1988 A 1 

BLACK-OWNED fEWSPAPERS 
SEE BLACKS, NEWSPAPERS 



N 

N H70 
L 
E 
L 
N 

U N36 
N H70 
N K65 
N 

N RBO 
N 

N P38 
N C44 
T C50 
N W82 
N C44 
N C44 
N S17 
N 
N 

N C47 
N H70 



BLACK PHYSICIANS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, N.C. 
EX-DOCTOR GETS SUSPENDED TERM 



H 2 1/11/1988 B 8 N 



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S I T 

E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S OF^LACK PHYSICIANS PRAISED BY DUKE HISTORIAN 

I ^REAGAN STEERS CLEAR OF SHIPS THAT GO BUMP 
BLACK STUDENT ALLIANCE Of DUKE UNIV. 

WJRfilbKflv-- 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

BPAIFSIK PLANS HOMECOMING EVENTS AT OKE 

BLACK STUDENT MOVEMENT 

! %M K VH3g| K* 0]c| E SaNCELLOR FOR UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS 
*!i£Sm HILL NEnsK ^E^o'^Ss^ADUATE, GROUP SAYS 
WMKSny^I RESPONSE DEADLINE 

qiimens HOPE CHANCELLOR has good ear 
laisnu ^raOQBFm«C CuUu*ALCBn]R 
PTORY BRINGSMINORITY ISSUES TO FOREFRONT 

BLACK WIDOW SPIDBS 

^aSTSPSuCK «II«W SPIDER 

B ^dTIdMGNDS RACKS UP FIRSTS FOR BLACK WOMEN 
SITTIN' A SPELL 

BLACKBERRIES 
^BLACKBERRY BREAK 

BLACK S KAYOR SAYS NOISE-MAKERS HELPING EASE PROBLEM WITH BIRDS 

■"S^^blKSBj literary FESTIVE 

^eWiON 

BLACK ^T RELICT: BLACKNALL HOUSE PRESERVED BY PROGRESS 
PAPER DESERVES CREDIT, TOO 

^^STRUGOEfwiTH ROBBER; PISTOL FIRES INSIDE GROCERY 

ILA i&GY CRISIS, U.S. 
SEE POWER FAILURES 

BLACKS, ACTORS AND ACTRESSES^ 

SE ALSO ACTORS AND ACTRESSES^U.S. 
WILLIAMS BUSY AS ACTOR, WRITER 

BLACKS, BANKERS 



2 2/02/1988 D 7 F 

2 2/20/1988 A 14 P N N36 

2 4/14/1988 B 1 P M JJO 

2 8/11/1988 B 1 P N B81 



H 2 2/13/1988 A 1 P U H49 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 



4/22/1988 
6/14/1988 
8/29/1988 
8/29/1988 
8/31/1988 
10/12/1988 
10/19/1988 



N N36 
N M51 
N T33 
N C47 
N 
• P T32 
N 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



3/02/1988 C 
3/16/1988 C 
3/19/1988 C 
3/22/1988 B 
3/23/1988 B 
3/24/1988 B 
5/04/1988 D 
7/19/1988 A 
10/14/1988 A 
12/10/1988 A 



7 N K65 
1 N BIO 
1 N L90 


1 N 

1 P N W07 
1 N MIO 


5 N 
3 P N K65 
3 N A44 


5 N 



H 2 8/28/1988 E 12 P U B56 

H 2 2/02/1988 D 4 P F 

S 2 7/15/1988 C 4 P P 

H 2 7/07/1988 B 1 P P L38 

H 1 8/10/1988 B 1 P N H60 



H 2 7/17/1988 E 1 LP F Zll 
H 2 7/25/1988 A 4 L 

S 2 11/15/1988 A 3 N B53 



H 2 2/02/1988 D 8 F 



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S U B J 



SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C. 
BLACK N.C. BANKERS' 



MISSION IS PROGRESS 



BLACKS, CHAPEL HILL 

STUDENT INFLUX CHANGES COMPOSITION OF TRADITIONALLY BLACK COMMUNITIES 
INDEPENDENCE OF ANOTHER SORT 

BLACKS, COACHES 

SEE ALSO BLACK ATHLETES 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, COACHES 

'GREEK'! BLACKS BRED FOR SPORTS 

FEAR-MOTIVATED RACISM 

WADE GETS PRAISE FOR BUILDING TERPS 

NICETIES AND RACIALISM 

RACIAL DOMINATION 

BERNARD SHARES SUCCESS WITH EAGLES 

DUKE OFFICIALS APOLOGIZE TO BLACK COACHES GROUP 

BLACKS, COWBOYS 
SEE ALSO COWBOYS 
LIBERAL ARTS PROGRAM TAKES UNUSUAL TWISTS 
COWBOY SAGA HIGHLIGHTS ROLE OF BLACKS IN OLD WEST 

BLACKS, CRIME 

OFFICIALS ALARMED BY DRUG, ALCOHOL REPORT FINDINGS 
TARGETING OFFENDERS WRONG 

BLACKS, DANCE 

SEE ALSO CHOREOGRAPHERS 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

BLACK CHOREOGRAPHERS' WORK TO BE PRESERVED 

FESTIVAL GRANTS PRESERVE BLACK DANCES 

ADFj MARKING 10 YEARS IN DURHAM, FESTIVAL CELEBRATES BLACK DANCE 

BLACK CHOREOGRAPHY SPOTLIGHTED IN FESTIVAL SEASON'S BIGGEST EVENT 

JUST ONE LOOK 

ADF OFFERS 'MOVING' HISTORY 

BLACK DANCE CLASSICS STILL DISPLAY 'FIERY ANGER' 

ADF SALUTES DANCE'S BLACK TRADITION 

ADF'S CLASSIC REVIVAL OF BLACK DANCES PACKS EMOTIONAL PUNCH 

ADF SEASON HIGHLIGHTS NOTED 

TAR HEEL BLUES ARTISTS HONORED IN WASHINGTON 

BLACKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, RACE RELATIONS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COMMITTEE ON THE AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

SCHOOL (^DISTRICTING 'SPACE ISSUE, NOT RACE ISSUE'— COBLE 

PROF'S NOVEL DRAWING CRITICAL ACCLAIM 

FOCUS ON BLACK NORTH CAROLINIANS 

RACIAL CLIMATE PERCEIVED AS GOOD 

JACKSON BACKING STRONG, NOT TOTAL 

BLACKS IN DURHAM SPLIT ON GOP CHOICES 

JACKSON LEAVES PACK FAR BEHIND IN DURHAM 

HELP RESTORE CEMETERY 

KING'S VISITS TO DURHAM REFLECTED NATIONAL EVOLUTION OF THE DREAM 

DR. KING'S 'DREAM' IS NOT YET A REALITY 

DURHAM COMMITTEE HONORS J.J. HENDERSON, J.S. STEWART 

HANDICAPS AS STEPPING STONES 

'RAMS' PROVIDED FOR DREAMLAND SHOE SHINE PARLOR 

BLACK GROUPS SEEK DUKE ACTION ON RACISM 

RACIAL VOTING PLUS,,. 

DUKE OFFICIALS, CITY BLACKS TO DISCUSS RACISM CHARGES 

DUKE OFFICIALS, CITY BLACKS TO DISCUSS RACISM CHARGES 

GENTLE BATTLE IN BRAGTOWN... (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-17-88) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

RACIAL REFERENCES DEPLORED 

STRENGTHENING BLACK FAMILY WILL BE TOPIC 

EAST END RESIDENTS FIGHT SCHOOL CLOSING 

TWO BLACK MEMBERS ADDED TO COMMITTEE ON SCHOOLS 



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N 
P 


E 
D 


S I T 
E L Y 
— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


4/23/1988 A 


9 N 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


6/26/1988 A 
7/04/1988 A 


1 P N M25 
3 P N H90 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1/16/1988 D 
1/21/1988 A 
1/24/1988 C 
1/28/1988 A 
1/28/1988 A 
1/28/1988 B 
3/03/1988 B 


1 P N 

4 L 

7 N M14 

5 L 
5 L 

2 P F P52 
1 P N N36 


H 
H 


2 
2 


5/19/1988 B 
5/19/1988 B 


1 P N P38 
1 N P38 


H 

H 


2 12/04/1988 A 
2 12/12/1988 A 


1 C N S82 
4 L 


H 

S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 


2 3/30/1988 C 
2 3/30/1988 C 
2 6/12/1988 D 
2 6/20/1988 A 
2 6/23/1988 D 
2 6/23/1988 D 
2 6/24/1988 C 
2 6/24/1988 D 
2 6/24/1988 A 
2 8/04/1988 D 
2 10/01/1988 A 


1 P N W66 
1 N B71 
1 P F W66 
1 P N W66 

1 P F B71 

2 P F B71 
2 R L59 

8 P F L59 
10 P R B71 

9 P F B71 
1 P N 



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



1/22/1988 C 

1/24/1988 A 

2/02/1988 D 

2/18/1988 B 

3/05/1988 A 

3/05/1988 

3/09/1988 

3/16/1988 

4/03/1988 

4/05/1988 

4/10/1988 

4/20/1988 

4/24/1988 B 

5/01/1988 B 

5/06/1988 A 

5/06/1988 

5/06/1988 

5/15/1988 

5/17/1988 

6/09/1988 

6/16/1988 

7/25/1988 



9/08/1988 B 



N J40 
N D80 
F 

N W27 
N M06 
N M06 
N S51 
L 

N N36 
E 

N P38 
E 

U N36 
N 
E 

N H70 
N S92 
N A54 
N 
L 
N 

N S92 
N J40 



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•SOCIAL CLUB' MENTALITY 



lAranb 

Screws tk focus? 

BLACKS' °f^92ST » ATtfc 
SEE EMPLOYMENT, BLACKS 

SEE JOB TRAINING 
BLACKS, FARMERS! 

^«SSEWYMENT S COULD COST FARM 

^i^s'^DRUG FILM ALSO BOOSTS BLACK ENTERPRISE 

^'^fiSters 

freeman: fire department has 
fireofficial to be honored 

^'aKjS AFRICA MEDICAL AID PROECT 

=1 ^rt™^TH*CARE TOPIC OF MEMORIAL LECTURE 

fecil S T^FOOJS ON AIDS, BLACK PEOPLE 

BLACKS, INSURANCE 

^KwTfIRMS TO BE ASKED TO ALTER POLICIES CHARGING BLACKS- 
BLACKS, JUK3ES ,, e 

SE Lra£ T^SEEK NEH SUPERIOR COURT JU^SHI? 

BLACKS, LAWYERS 

BU ^ , ALSO°SaCKS, POLITICAL OTICE HOLDERS AND POLITICIANS 

§ 2H£ ^T^^TONFERENCE OF BLACK MAYORS 
S^^lK^i^TING TO PHILADELPHIA 

1Ua ki^&ML TO TALK ATWg. _ 
RETIRED GENERAL WARNS OF DEFENSE CUTS 

BLACKS, MINISTERS 

SEE MINISTERS, BLACK 

Sts" 3fi SS PIANIST, NCCU MUSIC TEACHER, IS DEAD, 
BLACKS, NEWSPAPERS 



N 

P 

s 
s 

H 
H 
H 

H 



S I 
E L 

-DATE — C -PG L 



9/08/1988 A 
9/23/1988 A 
10/30/1988 D 
11/20/1988 E 
11/20/1988 E 
12/07/1988 A 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

N S92 
N S92 
N G09 
F S56 
F S56 
E 



H 1 4/12/1988 B IN 



H 2 11/30/1988 A 6 P F S76 



S 2 2/11/1988 A 9 N 
S 2 9/28/1988 A 11 N 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
CHH 1 
S 2 



2/13/1988 C 
3/18/1988 A 
8/22/1988 C 
9/30/1988 A 
10/03/1988 A 



2 

16 
1 

7 
6 



N 
N 

N H65 

N 

N 



H 2 8/05/1988 A 8 N 



H 2 1/10/1988 B 1 P N S82 

H 2 2/02/1988 II 

H 3 6/06/1988 ft 13 P N 

H 2 8/04/1988 C 7 N 



H 2 2/02/1988 D 

H 2 2/02/1988 D 

S 2 4/04/1988 A 

S 2 10/28/1988 A 



6 F 

6 F 

1 N B85 

9 P N 



S 2 1/28/1988 C 8 N 

H 2 4/15/1988 B 4 N 
H 2 4/16/1988 C 4 P N P38 



2/02/1988 D 
7/18/1988 B 



9 F 
12 P 



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SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO AMSTERDAM NEWS 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA TIMES (NEWSPAPER) 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, U.S. 
RELENTLESS BROADSIDES 

BLACKS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO AFRO-AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER 

SEE ALSO BLACK FOLK HERITAGE TOUR 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK EDUCATORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 

LEADERS UPSET OVER PRE-EMPTMENT OF KING HOLIDAY 

FOCUS ON BLACK NORTH CAROLINIANS 

HORTON BOOK AVAILABLE 

SCHOOL MERGER ISSUE TOPS BALLOT IN ROBESON COUNTY 

BOARD ELECTION CHANGES SOUGHT IN IREDELL COUNTY 

BLACK LEGISLATORS WILL URGE JORDAN TO WOO WORKING CLASS 

BRUSHFIRES BREAK OUT IN MARTIN, JORDAN CAMPS 

NCCU TO GET MCKISSICK'S CENTER FOR BLACK HISTORY 

MCKISSICK TO HEAD NEW NCCU CENTER 

INCREASED BLACK REPRESENTATION URGED IN PERSON 

SILER CITY OFFICIAL DENIES TOWN MOVING TOO SLOWLY ON REFORM 

BLACKS MIXED ABOUT SPEECH EFFECTS 

FORUM QUESTIONS STATUS OF CITY'S BLACKS 

LECTURER URGES BLACKS TO AIM FOR HIGH GOALS 

JUSTICE FORUM WELL WORTH THE EFFORT 

TRYING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE) UNC PROF WANTS RESPECT FOR BLACKS... 

MANAGER: MARTIN REACHED OUT TO BLACKS 

N.C. GOP PLANS TO RECRUIT MORE BLACK MEMBERS 

BLACKS, POLICE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM POLICE DEPT., OFFICERS 
SEE ALSO POLICE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO POLICE, U.S. 

POWELL LABELS WARREN PROBE POLITICAL SMEAR 

ONE BLACK CANDIDATE REMAINS UNDER CLOUD 

CHASING THE ELUSIVE CHIEF 

POWELL! NO PRESSURE TO HIRE BLACK 

DURHAM NAMES HAMPTON POLICE CHIEF 

HAMPTON IS DURHAM'S NEW POLICE CHIEF 

SELECTION OF CHIEF WASN'T COLOR BLIND 

NCCU OPENS BLACK HISTORY PROGRAMS WITH ATTACK ON REAGAN ADMINISTRATION 

HAMPTON SWORN IN STRESSING 'CHIEF FOR TOTAL' DURHAM 

TOWN REINSTATES BLACK POLICE CHIEF 

BLACKS, POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS AND POLITICIANS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, MAYORS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COMMITTEE ON THE AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BLACK MAYORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS 
SEE ALSO SOUTH ORANGE BLACK CAUCUS 

22ND HOUSE DISTRICT RACE IS 'GOING TO BE A LULU' 

'PERSECUTION GROWING CONCERN' OF ELECTED BLACKS, MICHAUX SAYS 

NONE DESERVES IMMUNITY 

CHATHAM MAN THREATENS LAWSUIT AGAINST 3 BOARDS FOR ELECTION BIAS 

RACIAL VOTING PLUS.., 

GRANVILLE'S UPHEAVAL 

CARL HODGES, FRIEND TO FARMERS, RETIRING 

BLACKS SHOULDN'T WAIT FOR JACKSON'S 'TIME' 

CONVICTED WITHOUT TRIAL 

BLACK LEADER SUES SILER CITY OVER ELECTIONS LAWS 

PIH COUNTY BOARD IS GETTING FIRST BLACK MEMBER 

BLACK GROUPS CHALLENGING ELECTIONS ACROSS STATE 

BLACKS, ACTIVISTS BLAST TOP DEMOCRATS 

NEW ATTEMPT WILL BE MADE TO HALT SECOND PRIMARIES 



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H 2 3/30/1988 A 4 E 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 
H. 2 



1/15/1988 A 
2/02/1988 D 
2/22/1988 A 
3/07/1988 C 
3/17/1988 A 
5/25/1988 B 
5/31/1988 A 
6/22/1988 A 
6/22/1988 A 
7/06/1988 B 
7/18/1988 A 
7/21/1988 
9/18/1988 
9/19/1988 
9/20/1988 
11/21/1988 
11/22/1988 
12/21/1988 



1/19/1988 

1/28/1988 

1/29/1988 

2/06/1988 

2/15/1988 

2/16/1988 

2/17/1988 

2/20/1988 

3/02/1988 B 

5/24/1988 C 



N 
F 

L 
N 
N 
N 
J 

N W29 
N W82 
N T33 
N S63 
N M25 
N S17 
N Vll 
E 
N 
N 
N 



N B53 
E 
E 

N B53 
N B53 
N M51 
E 

N N36 
N S51 
N 



H 


1 2/26/1988 C 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 3/07/1988 C 


1 P N T33 


H 


2 3/21/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


3 3/29/1988 C 


1 


N M10 


H 


2 5/06/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 5/13/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 6/15/1988 A 


1 


P N N36 


H 


2 6/22/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 6/29/1988 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 7/10/1988 A 


3 


N S63 


H 


2 10/13/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/07/1988 B 


18 


N 


S 


2 11/17/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/15/1988 D 


4 


N 



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E L Y 






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^^S&, N.C. 

^ra/SSS SHOW'S cm™ TO GOP 

BLACKS, PRINCIPALS m „ „ 

^SPlSSS^'Sfc-nW AS PRINCIPE 

^ AL=B DUKE UNIV., FACULTY 

1 II » 5 K: c c::ffi ffi; BHl S&** prog** 

Sc^S^I^YlT^lAa SLACK DOCTORAL STENTS 
^'ALS^BLACK STUDENT ALLIANCE OF DUKE UNIV. 

1 £1] MISS, MINORITY POSTDOCTOR*. PROGR* 

KNkBBhKT 

$AO»TES *l tfKETMAN ESS, EXECUTIVE SAYS 
gS^SffDOTE INiKSTuW SCHOOLS 

HKffiKl BBBB- — — » * ITE - 

BLACK STUDENT »Slg??JS«ym Of BLACK STUDENTS AT WHITE UNIV. 

SEE ALSO PROJECT TEACH 

SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C. 

52 ^SJISSF^ K S m!m P MACK APPLICANTS FOR TEACHER SCHOLARSHIPS 

BLACKS, THEATER „,.*;»« 

^BL^St'^ARK IN THEATER WORLD 
'BLACK MEN' IN RALEIGH 

BU SEe'aL&o'blACKS, DURHAM 

1 SlIS Ife^CUTIVES, BLACK 

1 li H nuiffM- 



2 8/17/1988 A 1 N L40 



CHH 1 6/25/1988 A 3 N M25 



H 2 5/02/1988 BIN 
H 2 11/20/1988 A 11 P N HOI 



s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/13/1988 C 
2/27/1988 C 
3/02/1988 C 
3/12/1988 B 
3/16/1988 A 
4/18/1988 
4/18/1988 
4/30/1988 
5/05/1988 
7/01/1988 
7/03/198S 
8/17/1988 
8/17/1988 
9/12/1988 A 
9/13/1988 B 
10/09/1988 A 
10/11/1983 B 
10/16/1988 B 
10/25/1988 C 
10/28/1988 A 
11/20/1988 A 



10 
7 
7 

a 

n 

12 
5 
8 
1 
6 
4 
1 
5 
1 
1 
3 

12 

4 

1 

13 

11 



N 
N 

N K65 
H 

N 
N- 

N 

N 

N S92 

N C44 
> H 

N M25 

N 
P N M06 

N C47 
P N Vll 

N 

N 

N 

N 
P N H01 



H 2 1/07/1988 D 4 N 
H 1 7/14/1988 B 1 N 
H 1 8/11/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 2/02/1988 D 10 F 
H 2 7/15/1988 D 10 N 



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SEE ALSO UNEMPLOYMENT, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, POLITICIANS 
HISTORIAN AMONG PERSONS FEATURED IN PORTRAIT EXHIBIT 
NCCU OPENS BLACK HISTORY PROGRAMS WITH ATTACK ON REAGAN ADMINISTRATION 
AFRO-AMERICAN FORUM SCHEDULED SATURDAY 
DR. KING'S 'BREAM' IS NOT YET A REALITY 
BOND NAMED NATIONAL BLACK PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR OF YEAR 
BLACKS SHOULDN'T WAIT FOR JACKSON'S 'TIME' 
LOOKING AT BLACKS' PROGRESS 
TOBACCO PIPES TRACED TO EARLY BLACKS IN AMERICA 
AFRO-AMERICANS ALSO SHOULD BE COMPENSATED FOR INJUSTICES 

BLACKS, U.S., ECONOMIC STATUS 
SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY, U.S. 
POSSIBLE LOSS OF BLACKS' SOCIAL, ECONOMIC GAINS TO BE EXAMINED 

BLACKS, VOTER REGISTRATION 
SEE ALSO MINORITY VOTERS 
SEE ALSO VOTER EDUCATION PROJECT 
SEE ALSO VOTER REGISTRATION, U.S. 

ALBEMARLE COUNCIL ELECTION DISPUTE APPEARS RESOLVED 

GRANVILLE VOTING LAWSUIT HEARING IS SLATED FRIDAY 

DECISIONS EXPECTED SOON ON GRANVILLE ELECTIONS 

ANTI-VOTING RIGHTS PLAN 

CHIPS OFF THE BLOC VOTE 

JACKSON BACKING STRONG, NOT TOTAL 

BLACKS IN DURHAM SPLIT ON GOP CHOICES 

AJJ CAMPUS 'JACKSON TERRITORY,' HONORING FAMOUS GRAD 

SUPER TUESDAY; LOCAL VOTE NOT COLOR-BLIND 

600 MARCH IN ROBESON, PLEDGE TO CONTINUE PUSH FOR CHANGE 

VOTE IN GRANVILLE WASN'T RACIAL POLARITY 

APPEALS COURT HEARS UNPRECEDENTED GRANVILLE VOTE CASE 

LOOKING AT BLACKS' PROGRESS 

SILER CITY OFFICIAL DENIES TOWN MOVING TOO SLOWLY ON REFORM 

JACKSON TO HOLD VOTER REGISTRATION CAMPAIGN 

PATTERSON REJECTS SILER CITY ELECTIONS ALTERNATIVE 

MARTIN, JORDAN TAKE CAMPAIGNS TO HOME STRETCH 

BLACK GROUPS CHALLENGING ELECTIONS ACROSS STATE 

N.C. REPUBLICANS SEEK MORE BLACK VOTERS 

BLACKS, WRITERS 

SEE ALSO WRITERS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, SOUTHERN 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, U.S. 

SLAVE POET BECAME PROFESSIONAL WRITER 

CHARLOTTE OBSERVER WINS COVETED PULITZER 

DURHAM WRITER WINS PRIZE 

BALDWIN REMEMBERED 

BLACKSMITHS 

SEE ALSO GUNSMITHS 
BLACKSMITH CLASS STARTS WESTPOINT WINTER PROGRAMS 
HOME FEST '88 



BLACKUELL TOBACCO FACTORY 

BACK WHEN... DURHAM WAS A DUSTY, BUT THRIVING 



BEEHIVE' 



BLADEN COUNTY, N.C. 

BLAEN DEPUTY'S CONDITION UPGRADED 

ARSON PROBLEM BURNING ISSUE IN FOUR-COUNTY AREA OF STATE 
TWO 11-YEAR-OLDS DESCRIBE BEATINGS AT FOSTER HOME 
DEATHS OF HUNTING DOGS INVESTIGATED IN BLADEN COUNTY 

BLADEN COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

ROBESON SCHOOL MERGER APPEARS LIKELY TO PASS 
VOTERS HOLD NOSES, WATCH STEP AT POLLS 

BLANCH YOUTH CENTER 



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1/01/1988 B 
2/20/1988 A 
3/23/1988 B 
4/05/1988 A 
5/09/1988 B 
6/22/1988 A 
7/10/1988 D 
7/12/1988 A 
8/12/1988 A 



6 
14 
10 

4 

1 
4 
4 
1 
4 



N 

N N36 

N 

E 

N 

L 

E 

N 

L 



H 2 3/13/1988 A 15 N 



H 


2 


1/09/1988 C 


12 


N 


H 


1 


1/14/1988 B 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 


1/27/1988 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 


2/11/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


3/03/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


3/05/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 


3/05/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


3/06/1988 B 


1 


P N L90 


S 


2 


3/09/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/05/1988 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


5/19/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


6/21/1988 A 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 


7/10/1988 D 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


7/18/1988 A 


3 


N S63 


H 


2 


8/04/1988 D 


5 


N 


CHH 1 


8/19/1988 A 




N S63 


H 


2 11/07/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/07/1988 B 


18 


N 


S 


2 


12/20/1988 A 


2 


N 



H 2 2/02/1988 D 8 F 

H 2 4/01/1988 A 1 P N 

S 2 5/26/1988 D 3 P N 659 

S 2 6/16/1988 D 2 P F B71 



H 2 1/29/1988 D 11 P N 
H 2 4/20/1988 B 1 P F H45 



H 2 6/12/1988 C 11 U L57 



H 2 1/07/1988 D 4 N 

H 2 1/18/1988 A 12 N 

H 2 2/04/1988 C 7 N 

H 2 11/23/1988 B 3 N 



H 2 3/09/1988 A 11 
S 2 11/09/1988 C 4 



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BLANCH YOUTH CENTER EMPLOYEES SUSPENDED 
CASWELL PRISON GUARDS FIRED 

KfferTJE^M BACK IN SERVICE FOR NAVY 

ll 2:18 iSHs FOR THE BLIND 

SEE ALSO LIONS CLUB INDUSTRIES ^ r TNr 

58?Ub7 Piffle OUT WHAT DAD CAN'T SEE 

S^^kSRoWBra IN FATAL GC-Ctftt CRASH 
^ S-JS SADIES IN GREENSBORO FIRE 

■npknMfliDww — 

™So DOGS TflRE PARTNERS WITH BLIND 

LEGALLY BLIND MAN FATALLY SHOOTS INTRUDER IN HOME 

GlM SbtISB TO GET MORE W» »1.2 MILLION 



H 1 7/08/1988 C 2 N 

H 2 8/14/1988 B 3 N 

H 2 4/24/1988 B WPP 

S 2 4/25/1988 A 6 N 

H 2 5/23/1988 D 5 N 



H- IT * SSgL&ySL *ttp<; up 
W00DCR0FT TROUPE KEEPS UP 



'SPIRIT* 



^seeVso COMPUTERCHIP 

K N ,KS 1.1 MILLION-TRAGISTOR 

EL °SEE ALSO FACTOR VIII 
SEE ALSO LIPIDS 

SE OmEl 1 AL l 'SAYS VIAL FOUND ON BEACH CONTAINED BLOOD 

^SffiaSo TPA (TISSUE PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR) 
DUKE TESTS POSSIBLE TREATMENT FOR STROKE 

H -°9L D L^ S n?^<yq (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 

*! yeI^-Kifl tJeatq at duke for^ood disease 

INTEREST NAMES BLOOD DISORDER FOR GREENSBORO 

BLOOD DONORS __ , 

Wi &H nTS^L HOSPITAL, «.00D BANK 

1 %M *K1 AT«INISTRAnON T t«SPITAL, O-OOD BANK 

NEW CENTO^YINCREASE BLOOD SUPPLY 



2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 



1/04/1988 A 
1/26/1988 B 
3/04/1988 C 
3/18/1988 
3/19/1988 
3/22/1988 
3/24/1988 
4/16/1988 
4/20/1988 
4/21/1988 
5/01/1988 B 
5/23/1983 B 
7/16/1988 A 
9/04/1988 
9/04/1988 
12/17/1988 
12/23/1988 
12/24/1988 



13 
1 
1 
6 
1 
4 
6 
2 
8 
7 
1 
4 
4 
1 
1 
4 
2 
4 



N R30 
N B53 
N 046 
N ISO 
U M14 
L 
N 
N 
N 
N 
> U N36 
N 



P41 
P41 



H 2 10/07/1988 D 10 R P10 



H 2 6/16/1988 D 6 N 



H 2 8/13/1988 C 7 N 



H 2 12/15/1988 C 2 N 



H 2 6/03/1988 C 2 N 
H 2 11/03/1988 A 15 N 



H 2 1/27/1988 C 8 N 
H 2 2/16/1988 A 11 N 
S 

H 
S 
H 



2 2/29/1988 A 3 N 
2 3/01/1988 A 8 N 



2 4/12/1988 A 
1 5/06/1988 C 
H 2 6/08/1988 B 



N 

N 
N 



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BLOOD DONATION HOURS CHANGE 

HAPPY FISCAL NEW YEAR 

PIZZA FOR BLOOD DONORS 

RED CROSS ISSUES AN APPEAL FOR TYPE BLOOD DONATIONS 

UNC-NCSU FEUD TO KELP REPLENISH BLOOD SUPPLIES 

DON'T FORGET GIVING IN SUMMER HONTHS 

FEAR HURTS BLOOD SUPPLY 

DURHAM RESIDENTS URGED TO GIVE BLOOD 

N.C. STATE WINS BLOOD FEUD SECOND TIME 

AIDS FEAR HAS MANY DONATING OWN, KIN'S BLOOD 

APPEAL RAISES BLOOD SUPPLY 

DONATIONS PLEASE RED CROSS 

GIVING BLOOD WORTH THE TIKE 

PRESSURE FOR BLOOD CONSTANT REALITY AT NCMH 

PLASMA DONATION ON RISE IN CHAPEL HILL 

SUSPECT BLOOD MISTAKENLY SENT TO N.C. 

SHALL RISK SEEN FROM BLOOD MISHAP 

TAINTED BLOOD REACHES TRIANGLE 

DOCTORS TO DONATE BLOOD 

AIDS-BLOOD NEWS MISHANDLED 

THEY'RE AFTER YOUR BLOOD 

THANKS FOR THE BLOOD 

VOLUNTEER EARNS 'FIRST SERGEANT' ACCOLADES 

RED CROSS SEEKS BLOOD DONORS 

HOSPITAL, DONORS THANKED 

RED CROSS HOPES GIVING SPIRIT IS ALIVE 

BLOOD PRESSURE 

SEE ALSO HYPERTENSION 
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR BLOOD PRESSURE STUDY 
STUDIES LINK CALCIUM AND BLOOD PRESSURE 
BLOOD PRESSURE DRUGS MAY COMPLICATE CHOLESTEROL CONTROL 
DOCTORS WARN SELF-HELP HEALTH STATIONS NOT ENOUGH 
SOME FIND HEALTH FAIR DISCOVERIES SHOCKING 
BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS AT RDU 
THEY WANT TO PUMP — YOU UP 
EFFECT OF DIET, BLOOD PRESSURE ON KIDNEYS TO BE ANALYZED 

BLOOD TESTS 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, SCREENING TESTS 

SEE ALSO BREATHALYZER TEST 

SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 

SEE ALSO HEALTH SCREENING PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO RECKLESS DRIVING 

TEST FOR ALCOHOLICS MAY CREATE PROBLEMS 

STUDENTS GET LEAD TESTS; NO PROBLEMS FORESEEN 

N.C. HIGH COURT RULES ON BLOOD EVIDENCE 

CARTER CASE LAWYERS BLAST, PRAISE RULING 

SUSPECT BLOOD MISTAKENLY SENT TO N.C. 

SPIRALING COST OF BLOOD RAISES NCMH BUDGET REQUEST 

BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS 

AIDS FEAR HAS MANY DONATING OWN, KIN'S BLOOD 
GIVING BLOOD WORTH THE TIME 
TAINTED BLOOD REACHES TRIANGLE 
AIDS-BLOOD NEWS MISHANDLED 

BLOOD TYPE 

RED CROSS ISSUES AN APPEAL FOR TYPE BLOOD DONATIONS 
UNC-NCSU FEUD TO KELP REPLENISH BLOOD SUPPLIES 
APPEAL RAISES BLOOD SUPPLY 
DONATIONS PLEASE RED CROSS 

BLOODMOBILE 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN RED CROSS 
SEE ALSO BLOOD DONORS 

BLOODMOBILE IS IN THE RED AT DHS 

BLOOD DONORS TO GET FREE MOVIE RENTAL 



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



CHH 1 
S 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 



6/25/1988 C 
7/02/1988 C 
7/04/1988 A 
7/14/1988 B 
7/15/1988 A 
7/15/1988 
7/15/1988 
7/15/1988 
7/20/1988 
7/20/1988 
7/26/1988 
7/27/1988 B 
7/27/1988 C 
8/07/1988 
8/09/1988 
9/15/1988 
9/16/1988 
9/19/1988 
9/22/1988 B 
10/08/1988 A 
11/03/1988 
11/05/1988 
11/06/1988 
12/27/1988 
12/29/1988 
12/30/1988 



3/05/1988 

3/24/1988 

5/04/1988 

5/31/1988 

10/31/1988 

12/06/1988 

12/07/1988 



T32 



H 2 12/29/1988 B 4 N 



N 
P 
N 
N 

N M25 
E 
E 
N 

N S17 
N H65 
N S17 
N D22 
U M06 
N B21 
N B21 
N 
N 

N H65 
N 
L 
E 

P T32 
N H90 
N H65 
L 
N M20 



N D80 
N 
U 

N H02 
N P38 
N 
P K30 



S 

S 

H 

CHH 

H 

CHH 



1/25/1988 
4/12/1988 
7/29/1988 
7/30/1988 
9/15/1988 
10/03/1988 



E 

N 
N 

N R63 
N 
N S17 



S 2 7/20/1988 C 

S 2 7/27/1988 C 

S 2 9/19/1988 A 

S 2 10/08/1988 A 



H 2 7/14/1988 B 

CHH 1 7/15/1988 A 

CHH 1 7/26/1988 A 

H 2 7/27/1988 B 



1 N H65 
1 P U M06 
1 N H65 
4 L 



10 N 

1 N M25 

3 N S17 

8 N D22 



2/12/1988 A 14 P U T37 
2/29/1988 A 3 N 



BLOSSOM GARDEN CLUB 



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<¥F ALSO GARDENING, DURHAM 
BLOSSOMtXl CLUB ANNIVERSARY 

BLOWING ROCK, N.C. 

B^fffWCKPONI£RS FUTURE GROWTH 

VRKrafPrai^ CLASSIC 

** Sufflwo^'ySn'Bue bell's fasent cww 

U HHHWIK ■■>---- 

BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD OF N.C. 

SE ^Y S BLu| R ffi TELEPHOKS FRUSTRATING FORSTATE WRKERS 
BUSY BLUE CRol ™STOJSTRATE STATE WORKERS 
^TH CLAIMS SERVICE IS CRITICIZED 

HNNHHHb" 11 - 

NC^sKg fwLM* iSK EFFECTS DISCUSSED 
^I^^^ItTiD^^ATE 3 !^! PROVIDER FAULTS EKFtOYEE SURCHARGE.. 

Ir^^CHANGE PREDICTED TO A*«£R STATE EMPLOYEES 

BLUE CROSS WW POLOUT CAUGHT WORKERS BY SURPRISE 

HBEIHiiibm 1 — E "- 
HMUEBBhaff--- 

SHI S^pW-ffl? „ 

■HHMk ss «»» »» 

STolviLLE FURNITURE GETS MORE BAD NEWS 

g^cSS Ks^PHYSICI* SERVICES FOR BLUE CROSS' RATE HIKE 

■>■■ rcn« am BLUE SHIELD Of N.C, SALES AND EARNINGS 
^ BLuf C^S^CRTS OPERATING LOSSES 

Mir rsnss AND BLUE SHIELD SERVICE CENTER 
fU£ BLUE CRKSr^UE SHIELD ARCHITECT 



S 2 9/17/1988 A 5 P P T37 

H 2 10/13/1988 | 4 N 
H 2 10/30/1988 B 4 N 



H 2 1/14/1988 D 9 N 



S 2 11/19/1988 C 


1 P N 


CHH 1 11/21/1988 A 


8 P N 


S 2 1/02/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 2 1/03/1988 A 


13 


N 


H 2 1/08/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 2 1/13/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


H 2 1/28/1988 A 


28 


N 


H 2 2/04/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 2 2/12/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 2 3/30/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 2 4/16/1988 A 


1 


N C60 


H 2 5/11/1988 B 


6 


N C47 


S 2 5/11/1988 C 


1 


N W82 


H 2 6/07/1988 A 


12 


N 


CHH 1 6/08/1988 A 


1 


N M25 


S 2 6/09/1988 C 


8 


N 


H 2 6/10/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 2 6/16/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 2 7/01/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 2 7/02/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 2 8/06/1988 A 


3 


N 


M 2 8/18/1988 D 


10 


N 


H 2 8/21/1988 A 


14 


N C60 


S 2 8/22/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 2 8/23/1988 B 


20 


N 


H 2 8/26/1988 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 9/02/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 9/23/1988 A 


2 


N H90 


H 1 9/30/1988 C 


1 


N T33 


H 2 10/23/1989 D 


10 


N 


S 2 11/19/1988 C 


1 


P N 


CHH 1 11/21/1988 A 


8 V N 


H 2 11/24/1988 A 


19 


N 


H 2 12/13/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 2 12/29/1988 C 


1 


N C60 



BLUE DEVIL 

SEE DUKE UNIV. 



MASCOT 



BLUE-GRAY AU-STAR FOOTBALL CLASSIC 
SEE ALSO COLLEGE BOULS _„ 
FaSfASE/LOCAL BLUE-LAYERS 
FANFARE/BLUE-GRAY ROSTER^ ri __ 
BLUE-GRAY CHANCE FOR STARS TO EMERGE 



S 2 4/30/1988 A 9 N 
H 2 4/26/1988 B 4 P 



H 2 12/06/1988 D 3 N 
H 2 12/12/1988 B 3 N 
H 2 12/25/1988 B 7 N 



BLUE LIGHTS 
SEE AUTOS, 



BLUE LIGHTS 



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BLUE LINE SHUTTLE 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL TRANSPORTATION DEPT. 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., BUSES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., BUSES 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL, BUSES 

SHUTTLE PLAN REVVING UP 

OFFICIALS UNSURE OF NEED FOR MASS TRANSIT 

DUKE-UC BUS SERVICE SHOULD GET TRIAL RUN 

BLUE LINE BUS TO ROLL PENDING DURHAH OK 

EXPANDED DURHAM-CHAPEL HILL BUS SERVICE APPROVED BY COUNCIL 

TRIANGLE BUS SYSTEM GETS TRIAL GREEN LIGHT 

NEU ROUTE BUSSING 160 RIDERS A DAY 

CHAPEL HILL-DURHAM 'BLUE LINE' BUS OFFICIALLY IN SERVICE 

BLUE NOTE SPECIAL (BAND) 

CHAPEL HILL BLUES BAND TAKES FIRST PRIZE 

BLUE RIDGE ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORP. 

PIEDMONT ELECTRIC PONDERS FORMING MEGA-COOPERATIVE 

BLUE RIDGE ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 
ENVIRONMENTALISTS SAY NUCLEAR WASTE DUMP, SUPERCOLLIDER PAIRED 

BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS 

HIKER ENJOYS NOV. OUTING ON BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY 

BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY 
AUSTERE VIEW 

ARBORETUM HEAD HOPES TO CREATE LEARNING CENTER 
PARKWAY'S 'MISSING LINK' SHOULD INCREASE TOURISM 
JUST CHANGING VANTAGE POINTS 
DYING TREES STUN TOURISTS 
RAINS MAY HAVE SAVED FALL COLOR SHOW 
2 WOMEN DIE IN BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY FALLS 
TWO WOMEN KILLED AND MAN INJURED IN FALL AT OVERLOOK 
PARKWAY VICTIMS NAMED 

FATAL ACCIDENTS ON PARKWAY EXTREMELY RARE, OFFICIALS SAY 
HIKER ENJOYS NOV. OUTING ON BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY 
PARKWAY VICTIM'S HUSBAND HELD IN TWO DEATHS 
HUSBAND CHARGED IN PARKWAY DEATHS 

TOURISTS HEARD VOICES AT OVERLOOK WHERE TWO WOMEN FELL TO DEATHS 
GIBBS SAYS BROTHER NOT A MURDERER 
JUDGE REFUSES BOND FOR MAN CHARGED IN PARKWAY DEATHS 
MURDER CHARGE MAKES DEATH HARDER TO TAKE FOR FRIENDS OF VICTIM 
MANY MAINTAIN MAN'S INNOCENCE IN PARKWAY OVERLOOK DEATHS 
AT MABRY MILL 

GIBBS INDICTED IN PARKWAY DEATHS 
MEDICAL RECORDS SOUGHT IN PARKWAY DEATHS 
PARKWAY FIRES 'HAD TO BE SET* 
REPORT: AUTHORITIES WERE TOLD GIBBS BEAT HIS WIFE 
WOMAN WHO DIED AT OVERLOOK FEARED FOR HER LIFE — REPORT 
LOGGING NEAR PARKWAY TO BE REVIEWED 
MAN HELD IN CLIFF DEATH SAID TO HAVE BURNED WIFE 
HENDERSON MAN AND HIS DOG KILLED ON BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY 
JUDGE ORDERS BODIES EXHUMED 
CUTBACK SLOWS SNOW PLOWS 
AUTOPSIES PERFORMED ON PARKWAY VICTIMS 
MAN CHARGED IN PARKWAY DEATHS DENIED BOND 

BLUE TONGUE 

SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 
N.C. BIOLOGISTS SEEK HELP WITH DEER VIRUS 

BLUEBERRIES 

BERRY CROP LOOKING GOOD 

BLUEBERRY GROWERS STRAINING UNDER WEIGHT OF BIG CROP 

N.C. HAS BUMBER BLUEBERRY CROP 

LIGHT AND SWEET BERRIES TRUE TO THE SEASON; SUMMERTIME BLUES 



H 2 


8/12/1988 A 


1 


M N N36 


S 2 


8/12/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


S 2 


8/13/1988 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


8/15/1988 A 


2 


N M70 


H 2 


8/16/1988 B 


6 


N S51 


S 2 


8/16/1988 A 


1 


N H70 


CHH 1 


9/20/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/21/1988 A 


1 


N M70 



H 2 8/09/1988 A 9 U W66 

CHH 1 12/29/1988 A 1 N M20 

H 2 1/02/1988 C 1 N 

H 2 10/21/1988 D 7 P F 



1/04/1988 A 
1/21/1988 A 
5/02/1988 A 
6/24/1988 C 
6/27/1988 B 
9/19/1988 C 
10/18/1988 A 
10/19/1988 A 
10/19/1988 A 
10/20/1988 A 
10/21/1988 D 
10/25/1988 A 
10/25/1988 A 
10/26/1988 B 
10/26/1988 A 
10/27/1988 B 
10/29/1988 A 
10/30/1988 B 
10/30/1988 E 
11/10/1988 C 
11/11/1988 B 
11/14/1988 A 
11/16/1988 A 
11/17/1988 C 
11/21/1988 h 
11/24/1988 C 
11/29/1988 B 
11/30/1988 A 
12/04/1988 B 
12/08/1988 B 
12/10/1988 A 



M66 



H 2 9/24/1988 A 10 N 



s 


2 


4/09/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


1 


5/31/1988 B 


5 N 


s 


2 


5/31/1988 A 


8 N 


H 


2 


8/04/1988 C 


1 D F 



Zll 



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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJE 



BLUEBIRDS „ 

^^A MUHtfNNERED GUY, BUT DON'T MESS WITH HIS BLUEBIRDS 

BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL (SNOW DflNPl 
SEEALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 

SE ! A BOR 5 DAY S UEEKEND IS BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL TIME 
BLUEGRASS MUSIC 

ffi&gSfSw SBHB&i a mm 

%®Wm$M nun— i • «» 

iftWS DAY WEEKEND IS BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL TIME 

BLUES MUSIC 

1 ALSO F&fT BLUES PRESERVATION SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO ROOMFUL OF BLUES 

TIME 1 !! DCM^ra ? BUU CITY BLUE" FILH 
BLUES GUITAR PLAYER WINS *5,000 AWARD 
SHOOTING THE BLUES 

K^^K^Wfe^INTED 8-18-8. 

T^^IKuEf ffifSlO IN WASHINGTON 
^nK A ccWkvancy RECEIVES *5,000 FROM FOJNDATION 

B '^ B ALSoWa. SYNAGOGUE 

1 £fi ffi^ORM CONGREGATION 
WS ON THE RUN,' SAYS N.Y. LAWYER 

- VI MHWHW " 

BOA CONSTRICTOR 
SEE ALSO SNAKES 
ANIMALS XIN THE ACT 

OT Sy; suns' FAILURE MEANS INSURANCE TOO COSTLY 



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S 


I T 


N 
P 


E 


E 


L Y 


D - 


-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 


6/09/1988 A 


3 U L41 


H 


2 


9/01/1988 B 


1 N H60 


H 


2 


1/08/1988 D 


5 P F S69 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 D 


6 P F L37 


H 


2 


3/01/1988 A 


11 P U W66 


H 


2 


4/05/1988 B 


9 P U U66 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 D 


4 P R L37 


H 


2 


5/23/1988 B 


4 N 


s 


2 


6/20/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


6/21/1988 A 


13 P U W66 


H 


2 


7/01/1988 C 


3 N -r, 


H 


2 


8/12/1988 D 


4 R L37 


H 


2 


8/23/1988 C 


5 P N 


s 


2 


8/25/1988 D 


12 N 


H 


2 


8/30/1988 A 


11 P F L37 


H 


2 


9/01/1988 B 


1 N H60 


H 


2 


9/09/1988 D 


3 P F S69 


CHH 1 


9/11/1988 A 


3 R H90 


U 


2 


9/23/1988 D 


6 P F L37 


H 


2 


11/04/1988 D 


12 P F S69 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 



4/08/1988 
4/15/1988 
4/15/1988 
6/07/1938 
7/01/1988 
7/02/1983 
8/05/1988 
8/05/1988 
8/11/1988 
8/16/1988 
9/15/1988 
9/15/1988 
9/22/1988 
10/01/1988 



3 
2 

4 
7 

6 
1 

12 

13 

12 

11 

3 

3 

3 

1 



N 

F U66 
R L37 
U W66 
F W66 
N A80 
F W66 
F W66 
N 

F L37 
F B71 
N B71 
R B71 
N 



S 2 3/30/1988 A 10 N 

H 2 10/13/1988 B 1 P N S82 

H 2 9/13/1988 A 13 U W66 

H 2 10/29/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 12/19/1988 C 1 N 



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1/01/1988 



SEE DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

BOARDING HOUSES 

SEE ALSO HOTELS, DURHAM 
22-YEAR-OLD DIES IN BOARDINGHOUSE FIRE 

BOARS 

ACTOR CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING FEDERAL AGENT 

BOAT BUILDERS 

FIRST YACHT ROLLS OFF ASSEMBLY LINE AT *10 MILLION PENDER COUNTY PLANT 

COMPANY USES TECHNOLOGY TO MAKE MASTS 

N.C. COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM APPROACHING ITS 25TH ANNIVERSARY 

BOAT PEOPLE 

SEE VIETNAMESE REFUGEES 

BOAT RACING 

SEE ALSO RAH RACES 

SEE ALSO TAR HEEL REGATTA 

SLOGAN FOR 'SECRET REGATTA' 5 'WHATEVER FLOATS YOUR BOAT' 

FORMER RESIDENT HELPS SET YACHT RECORD SUNDAY 

BOAT RACER CRITICALLY HURT 

BOATS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BOATS 

SEE ALSO CANOES 

SEE ALSO KAYAKS 

SEE ALSO PT BOATS 

SEE ALSO PADDLE WHEELERS 

SEE ALSO PUNTING 

SEE ALSO ROUBOATS 

SEE ALSO SAILBOATS 

SEE ALSO SAILING 

SEE ALSO SCULLING 

SEE ALSO SHIPS 

SEE ALSO TAR HEEL REGATTA 

SEE ALSO WATER SAFETY 

SEE ALSO WHITEWATER PADDLING 

SEE ALSO YACHTS 

DI6GING OUT 

HIGH AND DRY 

BOAT, MOTOR, TRAILER STOLEN IN HILLSBOROUGH 

BOTTOMS UP 

NEW FEDERAL DRUG POLICY WORRIES BOAT OWNERS 

N.C. FISHERMAN GETS BOAT BACK BUT STILL FACES CHARGES 

COAST GUARD RELEASES FISHING BOAT AND CREW 

BLAZE DAMAGES BOAT AND MOTOR 

PUNTING ALONG THE CHERWELL5 NAKED DONS AND TOUGH SWANS 

U.S. LAWYER TO SEEK STIFFER FINES IN DRUG CASE 

TO EACH HIS OWN 

MIDWEEK CLEANUP 

AGREEMENT EXPECTED SOON ON SEIZURE OF FISHING BOATS 

ZONING PROPOSED TO SOLVE BOATERS-FISHERMEN CONFLICTS 

SPLASH DOWN 

CAPSIZED 

BOB, A DOG (BOOK) 

LEE SMITH SHOWS 'ALL-ENCOMPASSING EYE AND PERCEPTION' 

BOBBITT-AIKEN FARMHOUSE 

TEER OFFERS HISTORIC FARMHOUSE TO SOCIETY 

BOBBY INSCOE REALTY CO. 

PROTESTS ALTER DUKE'S PLANS TO USE APARTMENTS FOR OFFICES 
TALKS EASE SHIFT OF TENANTS FROM DUKE-OWNED HOUSING 

BOBBY REX'S GREATEST HIT (BOOK) 

IN MARIANNE GINGHER'S STORIES THERE ARE NO 'THROWAWAY' 



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H 2 6/08/1988 B 8 N 
H 2 6/11/1988 C 4 N 



H 2 3/10/1988 C 8 N 
H 2 5/12/1988 A 17 N 
H 2 5/13/1988 B 5 P N 



H 2 5/29/1988 C 5 P N B81 
CHH 1 6/20/1988 A 1 N S12 
H 2 7/25/1988 B 5 N 



H 


2 


1/10/1988 B 


4 P P 


S 


2 


1/22/1988 A 


1 P P 


H 


3 


3/30/1988 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


4/08/1988 C 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 


5/12/1988 C 


18 N 


H 


2 


5/18/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/20/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


6/09/1988 D 


10 N 


i H 


2 


6/12/1988 C 


1 U N36 


H 


1 


6/15/1988 B 


6 N 


CHH 1 


6/30/1988 A 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 


7/08/1988 C 


2 P P C45 


H 


2 


8/13/1988 A 


8 N 


H 


2 


9/08/1988 B 


10 N 


CHH 1 


9/08/1988 A 


8 P P L38 


S 


2 11/28/1988 C 


1 P P M66 


IN SMALL VOLUrc H 


2 


6/19/1988 E 


3 P U H45 


H 


2 12/18/1988 C 


1 P N A54 


CES H 


2 


1/22/1988 B 


4 N N36 


S 


2 


1/22/1988 C 


1 N B53 


LINES H 


2 12/11/1988 D 


3 P U H45 



BOBCAT 



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MONTHLY/ "jj^^ _ 12 /31/1988 



S 

p g — DATE — C 
S 2 1/29/1988 C 

H 2 11/06/1988 B 

H 2 8/14/1988 F 



CHH 1 6/16/1988 A 
CHH 1 6/16/1988 A 
CHH 1 7/03/1988 A 

CHH 1 11/30/1988 A 

CHH 1 10/20/1988 A 



UNEXPECTED ENCOUNTER 
BOB ' S BOB^S A pmA S TH! REALIZATION OF HARD WORK AND A DREAM 
"" ffirS^^PROBLEKS, EASE STRESS FOR EMPLOYEES UHO HAVE RELOCATED 

BOCCI BALL ttAa _ 

SEE ALSO GAMES 

iEm^^^e^^^^ 

"""^wraare^ra lawsuits in Chatham coxty 

"» ffffiffioSftSKt N S&! IT'S REAXY TRUE: ELVIS LIVES! 

body building , ,„ „ 

^teSTSr^S title, cha*ionship 

md 1Tso SECURITY guards 

*|&8 SSffiKrTOPlD MEETIK3 
^ IH BOEING JETS MAY FACE RECALL 
B0EIN LAUYER CRITICIZES RULING ON DEFENSE CONTRACTORS 

L^J^'Kt,V^6ct>,\«:c m» <3B«FR CROWDS e o P/11/19RS A 



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6 P P T37 



1 U N36 
1 D N C44 

1 P P L38 
8 P N S12 
6 P F L38 

1 N H90 

3 U L41 



S 2 10/11/1988 D 4 P N A76 



H 2 2/18/1988 B 
H 2 2/08/1988 B 
H 1 6/29/1988 B 



C^ALWS^AL FOUND ON BEACH CONTAINED BLOOD 
BWDGEWERBOBUE SOUND DEVELOPS CRACK 

B0GlE 3 I F^RAL AGENCIES SAY MARINA MAY HURT SHELLFISH 

M1 *PUBLIC*«ARiNGS SET ON PESTICIDE SPRAYING 

^"uNC^IOALS EYE *2 MILLION OFFICE BUILDING 
D& KLIN CENTER REQUEST- TAYLOR 
UNC BUYS BOLIN CREEK CENTER 

8X1 TOcf LOCALS CAUSE MINOR HARM TO APARTMENTS 

^^Y^BEf^EATING CAS AFFECT DISEASE RATES 

BOLL WEEVIL 

SEE ALSO COTTON 

^MHBJBMIN LAWSUIT TO BLOCK BOLL WEEVIL PROGRAM 
GROUpf SEEK TO BLOCK BOLL UEEVIL PROGRAM 



H 2 5/15/1988 D 

S 2 8/11/1988 A 

H 2 8/13/1988 C 

H 1 10/12/1988 B 



1 P N N36 
7 N 
7 N 



7 N 
3 N 

10 F C19 
2 P P 
7 N 
5 N 



S 2 4/07/1988 C 

H 1 1/30/1988 C 

H 2 4/14/1988 B 
CHH 1 11/25/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/10/1988 A 

CHH 1 6/15/1988 A 
CHH 1 11/23/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/29/1988 A 

CHH 1 7/21/1988 A 

H 2 4/10/1988 C 



H 2 4/25/1988 B 
H 2 5/24/1988 B 



8 N 
3 N 



* N _ 
1 P N H90 
1 P N M20 



3 N M70 

3 N M70 

5 N 

3 N 

4 N K65 



16 N 
7 N 



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SUBJECTS 



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BOLL WEEVIL DEMOCRATS 

SEE ALSO DEMOCRATIC PARTY, U.S. 
IF CATES DISENCHANTED, LET HIM SWITCH 
CATES... THE MAYOR HAS THE EARS OF A DEMOCRAT... (CARTOON) 

BOMB DISPOSAL SQUAD 

MORTAR SHELL FOUND IN SHED 

FAKE BOMB PRECIPITATES EVACUATION 

BOMB THREATS 

SEE ALSO TELEPHONE THREATS 
SEE ALSO THREATS 

19-YEAR-OLD CHARGED WITH MAKING BOMB THREAT 

BOMB THREAT FAILS TO STOP FUND-RAISER 

OFFICERS HAVE LEAD IN BOMB THREAT 

FRANKLIN BUILDING HAS BOMB THREAT 

BOMB THREAT DELAYS CLASSES IN FRANKLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL 

14-YEAR-OLD CHARGED WITH BOMB THREAT 

12-YEAR-OLD ACCUSED OF MAKING BOMB THREAT 

EDGECOMBE SCHOOL GETS BOMB THREAT 

WAYNE COMMUNITY COLLEGE PLAGUED BY BOMB THREATS 

3 SCHOOLS GET BOMB THREATS 

TEEN CHARGED FOLLOWING BOMB CALL 

BOMBINGS, INTERNATIONAL 

TERRORISM AND MORE QUESTIONS 

WELL!. ..MUST BE ANOTHER DELAY! YOU'RE NOT IN ANY HURRY... 

BEIRUT MEMORIAL STATUE WILL BE UNVEILED TODAY 

BOMBS 

SEE ALSO ATOMIC BOMBS 

SEE ALSO DISARMAMENT 

SEE ALSO DYNAMITE 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVES 

SEE ALSO FIREBOMBS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO MINES (EXPLOSIVE DEVICES) 

MORTAR SHELL FOUND IN SHED 

FAKE BOMB PRECIPITATES EVACUATION 

LANDSCAPER SPOTS 'BOMB'; AREA CLEARED 

SPEEDING ARREST REVEALS WEAPONS, BOMBS, KLAN TIES 

ORANGE CO. MAN ARRESTED; CAR LADEN WITH MUNITIONS 

GRAND DRAGON DENOUNCES MEMBER FOUND WITH BOMBS 

0, EMINENT AIRHEAD! ONE OF OUR MEMBERS WAS STOPPED.., (CARTOON) 

MAYHEM THWARTED IN HENDERSON? 

RADICAL-STYLE HUMANENESS 

BON JOVI (MUSIC GROUP) 

BAND MANAGER PROPOSES ALTERNATIVE SENTENCE 
ROCK BANDS' MANAGER SENTENCED 

BON-MAR CORP. 

HOME SALES DECLINE; STOCK JITTERS BLAMED 
OFFICE SPACE IN DURHAM IS FILLING UP 

BOND MARKETS 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 
SEE ALSO MUNICIPAL BONDS 
SEE ALSO SEDIMENTATION CONTROL, N.C. 
COURT DECISION BRINGS CRISIS TO BOND MARKET 

BOND PARK 

WORKING WITH GROWTH: CARY GRAPPLES WITH EFFECTS OF BOOM 

BONDS 

SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BONDS 
SEE ALSO REVENUE BONDS 
SEE ALSO SURETY BONDING 
BONDING BUILDS MINORITY BARRIER 



CHH 1 7/10/1988 A 4 E 
CHH 1 7/10/1988 A 4 T T C50 



H 2 4/26/1988 C 2 N 
H 2 7/13/1988 B 1 P N C47 



H 


1 1/21/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 2/03/1988 C 


10 


N 


H 


1 2/19/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 2/24/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 2/25/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 2/26/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 3/25/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 5/04/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 5/12/1988 A 


17 


N 


S 


2 11/04/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


1 11/22/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 1/13/1988 A 


4 


E 


(CARTOON) H 


2 4/20/1988 A 


4 T T R56 



H 2 4/26/1988 C 


2 N 


H 2 7/13/1988 B 


1 P N C47 


S 2 7/13/1988 C 


1 P N S73 


H 2 10/31/1988 C 


1 N 


CHH 1 10/31/1988 A 


1 N M51 


CHH 1 11/01/1988 A 


1 N R63 


CHH 1 11/02/1988 A 


4 T T C50 


CHH 1 11/02/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 11/16/1988 A 


4 E 


S 2 4/05/1988 A 


7 N 


H 2 4/26/1988 C 


2 N 


H 2 1/03/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 2 1/10/1988 F 


1 D N 



H 2 5/06/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 6/05/1988 D 1 P F P41 

S 2 4/08/1988 A 1 N H70 



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1/01/1988 



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Win IS SERIOUS ABOUT RELIEVING CHRONIC PAIN 



KG^lKl^S^AGAINST BJCK-MO BUSINESSES 
JEFFB&JN-PILOT JOINS SUIT AGAINST RJR 

BON£ MARROW TRANSPLANTS 

S£%^ILD^B0NE MARROU CLINIC 
ml Kw CLINIC WELCOME EDITION 
s5l 22SS2 PROGRAM GETS HARDEE'S GRANT 

SSI M^HBrwnny ajncni children 

£&£oj ML S AT DUKE FOR BLOODDISEASE 

WMMUuMum ->******* 

HMES 

SEE ALSO OSTEOPOROSIS 
NO BONES ABOUT ITj DR. 

^T^W** KKD 

**SeI ALSO DURHAM, M.C.. HISTORIC HOMES Aj^BUILDINGS 
SE REZ^NGOPENS WAY FOR PROJECT, DRUG CENTER 

■Wk 

^ IKBIUVUI »H83 D0WNT0W STORE 
BaS^SS" UBflO C^RY ON AT BOOK EXC**GE 

BOOK PUBLISHERS 
SEE PUBLISHERS 

B0 °SEE^b1aRIES, N.C., VANDALISM AND TJgT 
SEE LIBRARIES, U.S., VANDALISM AND THEFT 

BOOKE ORA^ K AGENCY DROPS LAKE SHORE ROUTE FOR NEW SEWER LINE 
SF^MAINRAIStSCOST, FAIRNESS ISSUK 
^foN BOOKER CREEK SEW£R LINE DELAYED 

g^i^c^M ^^c^ bMoker CREEKS 

""li ALsTa LIVING CULTURE IN DURHAM (BOOK) 
SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 



S 2 4/08/1988 A 1 N H70 
S 2 4/09/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 12/11/1988 B 5 N 



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1/02/1988 D 
1/17/198S B 
1/18/1988 A 
1/30/1988 A 
2/11/1988 A 
2/23/1988 A 
2/24/1988 C 
3/18/1988 A 
3/23/1988 B 
3/25/1988 A 
3/26/1988 C 
3/28/1988 C 
3/28/1988 A 
5/07/1988 A 
5/10/1988 A 
5/12/1988 B 
5/12/1988 C 
6/03/1988 C 
7/04/1988 A 
7/06/1988 A 
9/23/1988 A 
11/14/1988 A 



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9 

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15 

9 
1 
3 
1 
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1 
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N 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N C60 

N 

N C45 

E 

N W82 

E 

N D22 

N W82 

N 

N N36 

N 

N ISO 
> N S17 



CHH 1 10/31/1988 A 3 P N S17 
H 2 7/15/1988 D 19 P P 

S 2 12/13/1988 C 1 P N H65 



H 2 10/17/1988 B 7 

S 2 10/17/1988 C 1PM 

H 2 10/19/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 11/05/1988 C 3 N P38 



H 2 
H 3 
H 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/26/1988 C 
3/10/1988 B 
3/25/1988 C 
6/27/1988 A 
11/25/1988 A 



2 1/31/1988 E 
2 4/10/1988 E 



3 N K65 

1 N 

2 N U27 

3 U L41 
1 P N H90 



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3 P U H45 



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HERALD COLUMNIST FINDS SECOND BOOK IN YEARS OF JOURNALS 
GOOD ODDS FOR GOOD DEAL 

BOOK'S OWNER COULD GIVE CLUES IN DURHAM BREAK-IN 
DUKE PROFESSOR'S BOOK TOPS SOUTHERN FICTION 

BOOKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. PRESS 

SEE ALSO FICTION 

SEE ALSO N.C. HISTORICAL PUBLICATIONS SECTION 

SEE ALSO N.C. LITERARY AND HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO PUBLISHERS 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C, PRESS 

SEE ALSO WRITERS, N.C. 
FRIENDS OF LIBRARY OFFER CLASSIC LINEUP FOR READINGS 
NOVEL SERIES BEGINS 

BOOK TELLS LIFE OF ALMOST FORGOTTEN COWBOY STAR 
SMALL PRESS THRIVES ON 'LOSING' BOOKS 
AGENCY O FFERS N.C. HISTORY ON SALE AT HALF PRICE 
WRITERS FETED AT WEEKEND EVENTS 

KLENNER-LYNCH TWO-YEAR SLAYING SPREE CHRONICLED IN THREE BOOKS 
N.C. AUTHORS REVIEW REMOTE LIFE, STARK DAYS 
NEW BOOK EXAMINES N.C. FARMING. COUNTY BY COUNTY 
STUDENTS FACING STICKER SHOCK AS THEY BUY TEXTBOOKS 
COLUMNIST-AUTHOR WEARING PIG HAT WHEN OPPORTUNITY KNOCKED 
BUSHELS OF BOOKS 

PHOTOGRAPHER HUGH MORTON TO AUTOGRAPH NEW BOOK 
NORTH CAROLINA POSTCARD BOOK AVAILABLE 
POSTCARD ALBUM CHRONICLES ERA IN HISTORY OF STATE 

BOOKS, REVIEWS 

SEE REVIEWS, BOOKS 

BOOKS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN'S BOOKS 
SEE ALSO RARE BOOKS 
SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 
SEE ALSO ROMANCE NOVELS . 
SEE ALSO TEXTBOOKS 
SEE ALSO USED BOOKS 

THE BISHOP POPS OFF 

TOO CLASSY FOR EXPOSE 

HUGE INCREASE IN PUBLISHING MAY MEAN EDUCATIONAL TROUBLE 

IF YOU CAN'T READ A GOOD BOOK, TRY LISTENING TO ONE 

BOOKS BY WIRE 

BOOKS BY WIRE. JUST LIKE FLOWERS 

ENTREPRENEURIAL COUNCIL FOUNDERS PRAISED BY MARTIN AT VENTURE » 

ENTREPRENEURS HUNT FOR VENTURE CAPITAL 

'BOOKS BY WIRE' NERVE CENTER IN CHAPEL HILL 

BOOKSTORES 

SEE ALSO ADULT BOOKSTORES 
USED BOOK STORE HAVEN FOR TRAVELERS 

BOOKSTORES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ADULT BOOKSTORES 
SOUTHERN SISTERS; DURHAM GAINS BOOKSTORE JUST FOR WOMEN 

THE BOOMERS <MUSIC GROUP) 

THE BOOMERS: PLAYING SATURDAY AT HALBY'S IN DURHAM 

BOONE, N.C. 

BOONE TOWN COUNCIL REFUSES TO REPEAL NOISE ORDINANCE 
CHICKEN RELEASE GETS 7 ACTIVISTS FROM N.C. ARRESTED 

BOOTLEGGING 

SEE ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 
SEE DRUGS, SMUGGLING 
SEE MOONSHINE 



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H 2 9/16/1988 D 11 F C19 

S 2 11/02/1988 A 1 P N B53 

H 2 11/12/1988 C 1 P N 



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1/10/1988 E 

1/28/1988 D 

3/30/1988 C 

4/04/1988 C 

5/05/1988 D 

5/19/1988 D 

7/03/1988 C 

7/24/1988 E 

8/11/1988 A 

8/30/1988 A 

10/09/1988 B 

10/11/1988 A 

12/08/1988 D 

12/15/1988 D 

12/18/1988 D 



U H45 
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N H60 
N B85 
N 
N 
N 

U H45 
F S27 
N 

U N36 
P L38 
N 
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H 2 4/27/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 5/12/1988 A 4 E 

CHH 1 7/23/1988 A 3 P N M25 

H 2 8/01/1988 A 6 U G78 



H 2 4/18/1988 C 
H 2 5/13/1988 B 
S 2 5/13/1988 A 
CHH 1 11/26/1988 A 



5 N 
10 N C47 
1 N W82 
1 P N L90 



S 2 12/23/1988 B 1 P F M12 

H 2 9/25/1988 B 4 P N A80 
H 2 6/24/1988 D 18 P P 



H 2 5/28/1988 A 11 N 
H 2 10/09/1988 B 7 N 



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SEE RECORDING TAPES 



BOOTS 

A HANGUP 

BORDEN BRICK AND TILE CO. (HTJOVER ROAD) 
H BORDEN BRICK PLANS A MERGER 

BORDER COLLIES 

WMbwmrun- 

^ORUtfRY BIRD, SOME FANS DO ANYTHING 

BOSTON GLOBE (NBKPAPEFO 

KENNEDY'S 3 A.M. ATTACK 
REPORTS FROM BOSTON 

BOSTON jgJUM M90DMI OBfMW 

KENNEDY'S 3 A.M. ATTACK 
KENNEDY'S AMBUSH FAILS 

BOSTON UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

^WINNING DCGS JARVIS- CAREER 

JARVIS A DISCIPLE OF D 

He SI ffi^P^ GET DOM TO NC* ^INESS 
DUKE USES TERRIERS AS TUNEUP FOR SHU 

^KSm GttlEN 

^SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. BOTANY DEPT. 
SEE ALSO NXT BOTANICAL GARTEN 

*S$$ PROFTOGET AUARTJ FROM INSTITUTE 
CONSERVANCY BEGINS SURVEY OF CHATHAM 

"^ B RE^mE BOTTLES 

BOTTLE DEPOSIT ___ _ 
SEE RETURNABLE BOTTLES 

BOUDOIR PHOTOGRAPHY 

^^ffSefflj revw awws for boumir photography 

RISQUE PHOTOGRAPH 
PHOTO IN BAD TASTE 

W ^AL D SO S S COUNTY, N.C., gUUfilg 
err Sen TOANGE COUNTY, N.C., BOUNDARIES 

IK ^Sr^W^I^^BILE ^PARK 
2^0*^ LA^CHfclN ORANGE CO*TY tt*IERS 

fffi E ?KsSING A ^™iLti' ABOUT ARRESTS 
r2«Kli nr MISSING ME* 'THRILLED' ABOUT ARRESTS 
OMWh! QWNa READYTO R2^BONW*Y DISPUTE 

BOUIE STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
[^FF^iT EAGLES REVENGE 



H 2 11/27/1988 B 1 P P C45 
S 2 11/15/1988 A 1 N M06 



5/11/1988 B 1 P N M10 
5/29/1988 C 4 P N R63 



H 2 10/18/1988 D 4 N 

H 2 1/19/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 8/12/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 1/19/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 4/29/1988 A 4 E 



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3/17/1988 B 
3/18/1988 B 
3/18/1988 B 
3/18/1988 D 



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1 P N D18 

1 P N M14 

2 N Y55 
1 P U D18 



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CHH 1 11/30/1988 A 



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N M25 



2 2/14/1988 E 
2 2/19/1988 A 
2 2/26/1988 A 



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4 L 



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H 2 
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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



4/28/1988 A 
5/04/1988 D 
7/02/1988 A 
7/02/1988 A 
7/02/1988 A 
7/02/1988 A 



CHH 1 12/30/1988 A 



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N H90 
N H90 
N R63 
N L90 
N M25 



1/30/1988 D IN, 
1/30/1988 B 1 P N P52 



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DEACONS ROMP BEHIND ELKINS' OFFENSE, DEFENSIVE PRESSURE 

BOWIE ST, 29, J.C. SMITH 7 

BOWIE ST, 23, FAYETTEVILLE ST. 16 

THIS WEEK, ONE MORE BIG GAME FOR EAGLES 

EAGLES REALIZE 8-0 BOWIE STATE NO DOORMAT 

DOLCH PUTTING BOWIE STATE ON FOOTBALL MAP 

DUKE, STATE BID TO IMPRESS BOWLS 

N.C. CENTRAL AT BOWIE ST, 

TIE KEEPS N.C. CENTRAL FROM TITLE 

EAGLES STAGE INCREDIBLE RALLY FOR TIE 

WINSTON-SALEM ST. 16, BOWIE ST. 14 

BOWL GAMES 

SEE COLLEGE BOWLS 

BOWLING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM/ORANGE BOWLERS ASSOCIATION 
YOUNG BOWLERS HAVE A BALL AT FAIRLANES 
CHURCH SPONSORS YOUNG BOWLERS 

YABBA DABBA DOO! EAGLES PLAN TO STRIKE IT BIG AGAINST RAMS 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
AREA BOWLING HONORS ANNOUNCED 
TOP BOWLERS GAIN HONORS FOR YEAR 

WOMAN IS A CRUSADER FOR RIGHTS OF ANIMALS; SANDY FOX BECAME AN ACTIVIST 
FIVE BOWLING TOURNEYS SET 
BOWLING NOTES 

BEACH SWEEP TURNS UP BOWLING BALL FROM BRAZIL 
FANFARE/LEDBETTER'S HOT HAND 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 

STUDENTS BOWLED OVER BY SPECIAL OLYMPICS PROGRAM 
FANFARE/BOWLING TOURNEY SET 

NEWCOMERS BOWLING LEAGUE HELPS ORIENT WOMEN NEW TO DURHAM 
FANFARE/BOWLING NEWS 
FANFARE/LOCAL BOWLING NEUS 
AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM »LIKE A CLUB* FOR STUDENTS 

BOWMAN GRAY MEDICAL CENTER 

SEE ALSO BAPTIST HOSPITAL (WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
DRUG OFFERS CHANCE TO PREVENT KIDNEY FAILURE IN DIABETICS 

BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
SEE ALSO AIRCARE 

SEE ALSO BAPTIST HOSPITAL (WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO BOWMAN GRAY MEDICAL CENTER 

SCIENTISTS HOPE CELL STUDY WILL LEAD TO NEW THEORY 

AUDITORS INVESTIGATING BOWMAN GRAY 

DUKE PROF: U.S. MUST DECIDE ON CARE FOR ELDERLY PATIENTS 

DROP IN MEDICAL SCHOOL APPLICANTS PUZZLES OFFICIALS 

CHEMICAL MAY HOLD CLUE TO TREATING NERVE DISEASES 

BOWMAN GRAY SITE FOR STUDY 

4 MEDICAL SCHOOLS IN STATE RECEIVING FEWER APPLICATIONS 

POLICEi SURGEON ASSAULTED NURSE 

BOWMAN GRAY SCIENTISTS LINK HERPES, AIDS VIRUSES 

SURGEON INDICTED 

N.C. HOSPITALS DO KIDNEY STUDY 

RESEARCHERS STUDYING HICROBUBBLES 

BOXING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BOXING CLUB 
SEE ALSO OLYMPICS, BOXING 

2 DURHAM BOXERS WIN BOUTS 

HIGHWAY PATROL CADET DIES OF INJURY FROM BOXING 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

PATROL CADET DIED OF HEART DISEASE, EXAMINER SAYS 

SLUGFEST 

DURHAM BOXERS THROW PUNCHES LEFT AND RIGHT 

FANFARE/BOXERS HONORED 

CHAMPION THOMPSON COMES HOME TO DURHAM TO BOX 

JONES WINS BOXING OPENER 



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9/25/1988 C 
10/09/1988 
10/26/1988 
10/26/1988 
10/27/1988 
10/28/1988 
10/29/1988 
10/30/1988 
10/31/1988 
11/06/1988 



1/05/1988 B 
1/19/1988 B 
2/20/1988 D 
4/22/1988 B 
4/24/1988 C 
5/01/1988 
5/27/1988 
8/07/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/05/1988 
10/08/1988 B 
11/01/1988 B 
11/08/1988 B 
11/13/1988 C 
11/15/1988 B 
12/04/1988 C 
12/18/1988 B 
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N C68 

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N 
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2 2/25/1988 A 


14 


N 


s 


2 3/18/1988 C 


4 


N 


s 


2 4/12/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 5/16/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/17/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 7/06/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 7/14/1988 B 


2 


N C60 


H 


2 7/24/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 8/24/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 10/01/1988 C 


3 


N 


s 


2 12/28/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/31/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 1/19/1988 B 


5 


N A76 


H 


2 2/06/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 2/07/1988 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 3/02/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 3/05/1988 D 


3 P P C45 


S 


2 3/29/1988 B 


5 P N A76 


H 


2 4/23/1988 D 


3 


N 


S 


2 4/26/1988 B 


4 P U A76 


H 


2 6/02/1988 D 


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FANS FLOCK TO GET CABLE SERVICE FOR FIGHT 
WAS EXPENSE UORTH IT? 
TITLEBOUT 'HILARIOUS' 
SMITH TO FACE COHEN 

^KlKsT&C-S THE OACH? 
FANFAfi£s*BROOKS TO FIGHT 

WXU °KXWOODS, CONCRETE ORNAMENTS ARE OUT IN "IN" YARDS 

BOY SCOUTS, DURHAM! COUNTY 
SEE ALSO CUB SCOUTS 
SEE ALSO EAGLE SCOUTS 
SEE ALSO EXPLORER SCOUTS 
VALENTINE CHECKED ON SCOUTS _ 
NICHOLSON WINS AUARD FOR SERVICE 

^^ISMS.'stW^ PARK (CORRECTION PRINTED 7-15-88) 

SS^gs &&*F™ SCHOOLS 
SCHOOLS TO HOLD SCOUT ROUNDUP 

m SiSb S&E SCOUTS ^^ 

%WV®& Tf^W TRIAL 
I^cWrKy LIGHTNING IS OUT OF HOSPITAL 

WXWJttm ^ivers^y 

SCOUTS HIKE HIGH ROAD 
""SI* PICKET LIK1 

STopS! MSknt ACCO^ISKZD 

BOYCOTT URGED OF 'MILK-FED' VEAL 

■HtaMMMP-- 

SENATE APPROVES MAIL-ORDER SALES TAX __„. 

OTHERS JOIN THE FAST 

M^^R^SCO IOYC0TT 

FAST BEGINS INSUPPORT OF BOYCOTT 

S T sSV FOR BOYCOTT OF GE ; COMPANY'S LI* TO KFENSE WORK... 

BOY SEE C JOHN AVERY BOYS' CLUB 
BRADLEES 



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6/29/1988 A 
6/29/1988 D 
7/20/1988 D 
7/25/1988 D 
8/14/1988 C 
9/24/1988 B 



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N D22 

E 

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CHH 1 6/27/1988 A 3 U L41 



3/02/1988 
3/05/1988 
6/08/1988 
6/28/1988 
7/07/1988 
7/15/1988 
9/15/1988 
9/20/1988 



H 1 1/26/1988 C 1 N 

H 2 5/06/1988 B 5 N 

S 2 5/13/1988 C 3 P P 

H 2 7/19/1988 A 9 N 



S 2 2/11/1988 C 7 N 
S 2 12/01/1988 A 4 E 



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2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


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2 


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A 


4 L 


C 


1 P N 


B 


1 P P T32 


B 


5 N 


B 


1 P N M02 


A 


2 N 


D 


5 N 


A 


7 N 



S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


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2 


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1/18/1988 A 
1/27/1988 A 
4/07/1988 B 
4/17/1988 B 
5/02/1988 A 
5/03/1988 A 
5/12/1988 B 
5/25/1988 A 
6/24/1988 B 
6/30/1988 C 
7/07/1988 
7/20/1988 
8/10/1988 
8/16/1988 
8/22/1988 
8/22/1988 
9/10/1988 
10/07/1988 
10/08/1988 
10/18/1988 



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11 
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5 
16 
3 
6 
4 
4 
4 
8 
13 
1 
8 



E 
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N R80 
U N36 
L 
L 

N M70 
N 

N P38 
N 



L38 



N 

P 
N 

E 

L 
L 
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N 
' P S76 
N C47 



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CHH 1 7/12/1988 A 3 N Vll 



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SUBJE 



CLEAN SWEEP 

CHASE LEADS TO FRAUD CHARGES 

BRADLEES IN DURHAM SPORTS A FOR SALE SIGN 

GLAXO GIVES $1.3 MILLION TO CHARITY 

KECHINGER TO PURCHASE LEASES TO 47 BRADLEES 

BRAGTOUN 

DOUBLE-DECKER BUSES DRAW COMPLAINT 

DOUBLE-DECKER BUSES REMOVED 

GENTLE BATTLE IN BRAGTOWN... (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-17-88) 

BRAGTOWN BRANCH LIBRARY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY, BRANCHES 
GENTLE BATTLE IN BRAGTOUN... (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-17-88) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
A COMMUNITY INSTITUTION 
FUNDS FOR NEW LIBRARY SOUGHT 

BRAGTOUN SCHOOL 

CLOSE ENCOUNTERSi SCHOOL PROGRAM AIMS TO BUILD SELF-ESTEEM... 

BRAGTOUN 6TH-GRADERS GET THEIR DAY IN COURT 

BRAGTOUN HONORS LISTED 

GRADUATES SIZZLE UITH DARE FEVER 

DON'T ACCEPT THE DARE 

TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATOR CLEAR AIR OVER MEMO 

TRANSFER MEMO 'INTIMIDATES' TEACHERS 

CAR HITS BUS FROM BRAGTOUN SCHOOL; 11 HURT 

SCHOOL-BUS WRECK LEAVES WOMAN STABLE 

CHARGES FILED IN AUTO, BUS WRECK 

SCHOOLS TO GET NEU PRINCIPALS 

BRAGTOUN STUDENTS MAKE »A' HONOR ROLL 

DURHAM'S 1ST MIDDLE SCHOOL SLATED FOR IMMINENT EXTINCTION 

BRAIN CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER 
BRAIN CANCER CLAIMS CHILD 
RALEIGH BOY, AGE 4, BATTLED ODDS OF RARE CANCER OVER THREE YEARS 

BRAIN DAMAGE 

SEE ALSO N.C. HEAD INJURY FOUNDATION 
APPEALS COURT ORDERS TRIAL ON LAWSUIT 
DEFENDANT FOUND NOT COMPETENT TO STAND TRIAL FOR DOUBLE MURDER 

BRAIN INJURIES 
SEE BRAIN DAMAGE 

BRAIN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO PHRENOLOGY 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH 

OFFBEAT HISTORY: TELLTALE CRANIAL LUMPS 

MACHINE-INDUCED INTEGRATION; STAR CHAMBER ATTEMPTS TO JOIN... 

PROFESSOR UANTS THE INSIDE SCOOP ON CANDIDATES' HEADS 

DUKE TESTS NEW DRUG FOR STROKE TREATMENT 

DUKE SCIENTISTS GET $3.2 MILLION FOR RESEARCH ON BRAIN TUMORS 

BRAIN SECRET DISCOVERED BY UNC BIOCHEMISTS 



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4/21/1988 C 
4/21/1988 C 
6/02/1988 D 
8/27/1988 A 
9/11/1988 D 


9 P P T32 
9 N M51 

8 N 

9 N W82 
12 N 


H 
H 
H 


2 
2 
2 


4/12/1988 B 
4/19/1988 B 
5/15/1988 A 


1 N S51 
1 N 
1 P N A54 


H 
H 
H 
S 


2 
2 
2 
2 


5/15/1988 A 
5/17/1988 A 
5/23/1988 A 
6/11/1988 A 


1 P N A54 

2 N 
4 L 

1 M N M06 


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

s 


2 1/22/1988 C 
2 2/12/1988 C 
2 3/16/1988 C 
2 4/01/1988 C 
2 4/02/1988 A 
2 6/04/1988 B 
2 6/04/1988 B 
2 6/10/1988 A 
2 6/10/1988 A 
2 6/11/1988 C 
2 7/01/1988 C 
2 7/29/1988 A 
2 11/17/1988 A 


1 P N S92 
1 N B53 

5 N 

1 P N S92 
4 E 
1 N J40 
1 N S92 
1 P N P38 
1 P N M06 

6 N 

1 N S92 

7 N 

1 P Q S92 


s 

H 


2 9/30/1988 C 
2 10/01/1988 C 


2 N 
2 N 


H 
H 


2 

3 


2/03/1988 B 
3/22/1988 B 


8 N 
1 N W27 



H 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

H 



RESEARCHERS FIND REDUCED BLOOD aOU IN BRAINS OF HEAVY MARIJUANA SMOKERS H 



1/30/1988 A 

8/10/1988 A 

8/21/1988 B 

9/29/1988 A 

12/01/1988 C 

12/14/1988 C 

12/23/1988 B 



4 
1 
1 

15 
8 
1 
3 



H 

N Vll 
U N36 
N ISO 
N D80 
N C60 
N D80 



BRAIN TUMOR 

DUKE SCIENTISTS GET $3.2 MILLION FOR RESEARCH ON BRAIN TUMORS 

BRALLEY-WILLETT TANK LINES INC. 

RAILWAY SUES OVER FIERY ACCIDENT 

DRIVER OF GASOLINE TANKER INDICTED IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST CO. 

EASTERN N.C. FLOUNDERING ECONOMICALLY 

OFFICIALS} EASTERN N.C. MUST NURTURE HOMEGROWN ENTERPRISES 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BW.T IN, KRESS OUT 



H 2 12/01/1988 C 8 N D80 



H 2 1/08/1988 B 
H 2 5/05/1988 A 



8 2 2/17/1988 C 

S 2 2/22/1988 A 

H 2 3/30/1988 A 

H 2 5/28/1988 C 



4 N 
16 N 



7 N 
6 N 

8 N 

6 P P L38 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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?jga MAIMER WAY BY HALL 
BBJJ FINANCIAL CORP. PLANS LAYOFFS 

BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST to&gg*g%!fiBg& 
BB&T REPORTS ^CORD^ARNINGS FOR 3RD QUARItK 
BB&T DECLARES QUARTERLY DIVIDEND 

BRANIFF AIRLINES 

AMERIMISIGNS LOAN DEAL WITH BRANIF 

HANSON K^I&JI^JLjF** 
SEE ALSO CHURCHES, DURHAM 
IN THE STRETCH 

BRAZI RRA7TLIAN BABY GOING HOME AFTER DUKE CURE 

pS BRAZILIAN SCHOOL HONOR'S DUKE PROFESSOR 

Sp^TRENGTH GREW FROM HER BROTHER'S MARROW 

CWE^BRAZIL SERIES PROMISES WINTER 'SIZZLE- 
BRAZILIAN ELODEA 

^IGD WEATHER MAY KILL WEED IN LAKE GASTON 

BREAD 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

Sy*OF BREADS GIVES RISE TO SLICES OF FRENCH LIFE 

^VALENtVrECOGNIZED FOR STAND ON HUNGER 
VALENTINE LEADER IN CONGRESS 

Tvr rptaD SHOP (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

^ ^LE WILL DISPLACE BAKERS, DRIVERS 

BREADMEN'S RESTAURANT (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
BREADMEN'S — BREAKFAST BASICS 

"^^COCA-COLA, BREAKFAST ISJLAST FRONTIER* 
BREAKFAST! COKE'S 'FINAL FRONTIER' 

BREAKING AND ENTERING (CRIME) 

2 TEENS ARRESTED AT BREAK -IN bpt^.tn 

SISTER SAYS SH3TBTOTHER TRYING HOUSE BREAK-IN 

FOUR PEOPLE ARRESTED ™J®™J*ffJ£ pore™ SENTENCE 
HAN PLEADS GUILTY TO THEFTS, GETS 3- YEAR PRISON btNltm-t 

GRANDJURY INDICTS 6 FOR ROBBERY 

BREAK-IN DISCOVERED AT LOUISBJJRG SHOE STORE 

^rniCAPPED MAN WOUNDS INTRUDER rWH .„ 

KSeDOF Bl^-^ FACEMORE CHARGES 

unHAN ^AYS SHE SOUGHT SHELTER INSIDE CHURCH 

ffiESTO,^ SO**" IN HOPE VALLEY THEFTS 

HEKCY A SCARCE COMMODITY 

^IcfSfF™ KV&GUWT CRtfGES IN SOUTHERN DM* 

TO & CHARGED WITH STORE BREAK-IN 

TO CHARGED AFTER ROXBORO BREAK-IN 

S^^RD^ERSclf SEEK^TH IN HOPE VALLEY AREA BUSIES 

SIX CrkRGED WITH SINGLETON MOTOR BREAK-IN 

TEEN ACCUSED OF ORANGE BREAK-IN 



S 

N E E 
p D — DATE — C -PG 



T 
Y 
P BYL 



H 2 7/27/1988 A 12 N __ 
8 2 9/27/1988 A 1 M N W82 
H 2 11/06/1988 C 16 N 



2 10/11/1988 B 8 
2 10/26/1988 A 7 



H 2 6/14/1988 A 12 N 

H 2 6/25/1988 B 4 N 

H 2 6/26/1988 A 1 N 

H 2 7/07/1988 D 8 N 



S 2 9/13/1988 B 1 P P B90 



H 2 1/1T/IMI 1 g 

H 2 6/09/1988 B 8 N 

H 2 7/04/1988 A 1 N N36 

H 2 12/18/1988 E 12 P N 



H 2 1/07/1988 D 10 N 



1/21/1988 C 1 P F Zll 
8/04/1988 C 1 P F J04 



S 2 8/09/1988 B 8 N 
H 2 9/29/1988 A 4 L 



CHH 1 12/28/1988 A 3 P N Vll 
H 2 12/16/1988 D 15 P R D77 



H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

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



1/29/1988 B 
1/29/1988 A 



11 



P N L41 
N W82 



2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 



1/02/1988 B 
1/03/1988 A 
1/05/1988 C 
1/05/1988 B 
1/05/1988 A 
1/06/1988 B 
1/07/1988 D 
1/07/1988 B 
1/08/1988 B 
1/09/1988 A 
1/09/1988 A 
1/11/1988 B 
1/13/1988 B 
1/13/1988 B 
1/14/1988 B 
1/15/1988 A 
1/19/1988 B 
1/20/1988 B 
1/20/1988 A 
1/21/1988 B 
1/22/1988 B 



6 

13 
1 
1 
1 
6 
4 
2 

11 
1 
4 
7 

10 
1 
8 
3 
5 
6 
1 
2 
4 



N 

N 080 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

E 

N 

N M51 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



Y SUBJE 



FRANKLIN DEPUTIES PROBING BREAK-IN 

THREE ARRESTED AFTER BREAK-INS AT 3 BUSINESSES 

TEENS FACE Bi£ CHARGES 

HOPE VALLEY BREAK-INS PROBED 

BREAK-IN SUSPECT ARRESTED BY POLICE AT DURHAM HOSPITAL 

4TH PERSON ARRESTED IN BURGLARIES 

TWO BREAK-INS PROBED 

VANDALS DAMAGE NEWSPAPER RACKS 

14-YEAR-OLD CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

THIEVES BREAK IN AT SOUTHERN HIGH 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

BREAK-IN INVESTIGATED IN TOWNVILLE HOME 

TWO CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN, THEFT 

SHIVERING SUSPECT TAKEN TO HOSPITAL 

DURHAM MAN ACCUSED OF BREAKING, ENTERING 

TWO BREAK-INS PROBED IN LOUISBURG 

TERM FOR BREAK-INS TRIMMED TO 13 YEARS 

SHERIFF INVESTIGATING PERSON COUNTY BREAK-IN 

TWO BREAK-INS PROBED IN FRANKLIN 

MAN FACES BREAK-IN CHARGES IN 3 COUNTIES 

BREAK-INS BEING PROBED IN FRANKLIN 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS 

4 FACE GRANVILLE BREAK-IN CHARGES 

THIEVES DISABLE ALARM IN LOUISBURG BREAK-IN 

2 MEN CHARGED IN TRACTOR THEFT 

COUPLE VICTIMS OF TWO BREAK-INS WHILE AT GAME 

THREE HEN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

17-YEAR-OLD IN JAIL ACCUSED OF SEVEN OTHER BREAK-INS 

TWO MORE TEENS CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS 

PROPERTY TAKEN IN BREAK-INS RECOVERED 

3 GRANVILLE MEN CHARGED IN 22 BREAK-IN WARRANTS 
TWO CHARGED WITH HENDERSON MALL BREAK-IN 
ARREST MADE IN BREAK-IN 

FRANKLIN OFFICERS INVESTIGATING PURLOINED PIZZA 

SHOT ENDS EFFORT AT PRISON BREAK-IN 

TIP LEADS TO ARREST OF FUGITIVE 

THREE MEN ARE CHARGED IN BREAK-INS 

MAN FACES CHARGES OF BREAK-IN, ASSAULTS 

FORMER SECURITY OFFICERS PLEAD GUILTY TO THEFTS 

MAN.18, FACES RAPE, BURGLARY CHARGES 

TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO BREAK-IN ARRESTS 

TEENS CHARGED WITH ROBBERY, BREAK-IN ATTEMPT 

DURHAM MAN IS CHARGED IN IS BREAK-INS 

MAN FACES MORE CHARGES FROM BREAK-INS 

SUSPECT ARRESTED LEAVING BUSINESS 

TWO CHASE THIEVES, GET BACK PROPERTY 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

BREAK-INS, ARSON BEING INVESTIGATED 

HANDCUFFED PRISONER TWISTS, ESCAPES FROM PATROL CAR 

JURY INDICTS RALEIGH MAN IN CHURCH BREAK-INS 

TWO CHARGED WITH FRANKLIN BREAK-IN 

TWO ACCUSED OF ATTEMPTED BREAK-IN 

MAN CHARGED WITH 25 HOUSEBREAKINGS 

HOUSES BROKEN INTO 

POLICE SAY MAN BROKE ELBOW IN BURGLARY 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO HOSPITAL SHED 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

FRANKLIN COUNTY BREAK-IN PROBED 

BREAK-IN CHARGE FILED 

MAN FACES 25 CHARGES OF BREAKING INTO HOMES 

FRANKLIN OFFICERS INVESTIGATING TWO BREAK-INS 

BREAKING, ENTERING CHARGES FILED 

WARRANTS ISSUED IN GRANVILLE COUNTY BREAK-IN CASES 

CREEDMOOR 18-YEAR-OLD ACCUSED OF BREAK-IN 

DURHAM TEENS CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

MAN GETS 3 YEARS IN DURHAM THEFTS 

DEFENDANT APOLOGIZES TO VICTIM OF BREAK-IN, GETS THREE YEARS 

MAN ARRESTED IN GAS STATION 

POLICE CONTINUE HOPE VALLEY PROBE AFTER MCGKEE SENTENCED IN THEFTS 

BREAK-IN AT FRANKLIN CHURCH PROBED 



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S 




I T 


N 


E 


E 




L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


1/23/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/24/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/24/1988 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


1/25/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/26/1988 C 


10 


N 080 


S 


2 


1/26/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 


1/27/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/28/1988 C 


17 


N 


H 


2 


1/31/1988 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


2/01/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


2/06/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


2/07/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


2/08/1988 B 


1 


NM51 


H 


2 


2/11/1988 C 


11 


N 


H 


1 


2/13/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/16/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


1 


2/18/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


1 


2/19/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/22/1988 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


1 


2/23/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/24/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 


2/24/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 


2/24/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/29/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


3/01/1988 B 


10 


N 080 


H 


1 


3/01/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/02/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


3/03/1988 C 


9 


N 


H 


1 


3/05/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 


3/16/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


3/17/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


1 


3/19/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 


3/23/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/24/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 C 


6 


N 080 


H 


2 


4/02/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/02/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


4/04/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


4/05/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/06/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/07/1988 A 


18 


N 080 


H 


1 


4/07/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


1 


4/09/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/12/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


1 


4/13/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/14/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


4/14/1988 D 


10 


N 


H 


1 


4/14/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


I 


4/14/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


4/17/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/17/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/18/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


4/18/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


4/18/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 


4/19/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


4/19/1988 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 


4/19/1988 C 




N 


H 


1 


4/20/1988 C 




N 


H 


1 


4/22/1988 C 




N 


H 


1 


4/23/1988 C 




N 


H 


1 


4/26/1988 C 




N 


H 


2 


4/27/1988 C 




N 


S 


2 


4/27/1988 A 


1 


» N B53 


H 


2 


4/28/1988 C 




N S82 


H 


2 


4/28/1988 C 




N 


S 


2 


4/28/1988 C 




N B53 


H 


1 


5/03/1988 C 




N 



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MONTHLY/ 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
- 12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



PAGE 206 
1/24/89 



-DATE- 



-PG 



BREAK-IN INVESTIGATED AT n*gU*U&8F 

TEEtfS CHARGED UITH PARTY STORE BREAK-IN 
? f£N CHARGED UITH BREAK-IN _^„ 

HQraSSH KAA HELD ON BREAK-IN rs CHARGES 
KEnS K* HELD W™iO00B0ND 
INTRUDERS FOUND SLEEPING IN HOME ^^ 
rHAPEL HILL MAN HELD ON BREAK-IN CHAR*. 
FT«**LINTON POLICEPROBE BREAK-INS __ 
POLICE PROBE COOLER BREAK-IN AT SCHOOL 
^YEAR^GIV^^^N-T^S 
RfKBORO MAN CHARGED WITH HOUSE BREAK-IN 
OXFORD YOUTH WARGED UI™£EAK-IN 
ITEMS VALUED AT $2,500 TAKEN IN HOUSE BREAK-IN 

IHIUNV ™ «- 

TOKEN ARE CHARGED UITH BREAK-IN 

BURGLARS HIT SEVEN HOMES „„_._. 

rrEARD SENTENCED IN ARMED ROBBERIES l ^ m _ „„ TUC 

Gf^JOT INMCTS TWO IN 25 DUW*M, CHANGE BREAK-INS 

IraS KSAK-IN BEING INVESTIGATED 

ffiT^s^^ 1 ^ 1 ^^ motel 

fSS^^S^S^^ BREAK-IN 
SS !^^^^ ^bErIZED IN 0R*GE 

bHmS l nfi/INTRUDER AWAKENS SLEEPING RESIDENT 

Sltl Sill I HBBUffc pu*t 

BSSK"F BEFORE AFKEST 

arrest made in break-ins 

SSOOWBT DURING CH*CHB£AK-IN 

POLICE LOG/2 ESEAK-INS RETORTED 

BREA^INS DOUN AFTER LONG INCREASE ^^ 

8 HOB KJRGLARIZED IN NORTHERN DURHAM 
HW STORE BREAK-IN PROBED 

KS [S^ETlSESnGATlW B^-INS 

^iSapEOFUl IN UEEBS OUTSIIC STORE 

SSS X gGJS!iraS GULF ENTERED, NOTHING THEFT 

^S^stSSgEl^a^NG BREAK-IN AT KOUSE 
POL ii LOG/SUS&T CHARGED IN VILLAGES BREAK-IN 
S^^HI^Tf&^AK-IN 

DnTTC l nfi/LOCAL HOES BURGLARIZED 
MLM LOG/NOTHING STOLEN IN STORE BREAK-IN 
^TRI^Kn-S BROTHER RELEASED ON $25,000 BOND 
POLICE lK-YE^LDCHARGED IN BREAK-IN 
SHr! HE/HEBANE COUPLE FIND HOME RANSACKED 
BMBjggsfirm ra * WRHAH TOBBMES 



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

CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHURCH H 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 1 
H 2 
H 1 
H 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
S 2 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2 

1 

2 

1 

1 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 



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



5/04/1988 C 2 
5/05/1988 C 10 
5/05/1988 B 2 
5/05/1988 B 2 
5/06/1988 C 5 
5/06/1988 C 5 
5/11/1988 B 11 
5/12/1988 B 2 
5/14/1988 B 1 
5/18/1988 C 7 
5/19/1988 B 4 
5/20/1988 C 1 
5/20/1988 C 2 
5/21/1988 B 1 
5/23/1988 D 5 
5/25/1988 B 10 
5/26/1988 B 1 
5/26/1988 C 1 
5/27/1988 C 1 
5/27/1988 C 1 
5/30/1988 B 1 
5/31/1988 A 1 
6/02/1988 B 7 
6/02/1988 B 1 
6/02/1988 B 1 
6/02/1988 B 1 
6/04/1988 B 1 
6/09/1988 A 12 
6/09/1988 B 3 
6/09/1988 B 3 
6/10/1988 A 
6/10/1988 A 
6/10/1988 C 
6/11/1988 C 
6/12/1988 A 
6/14/1988 A 
6/14/1988 B 
6/16/1988 C 8 
6/18/1988 C 3 
6/21/1988 B 1 
6/21/1988 A 3 
6/22/1988 A 1 
6/22/1988 A 3 
6/27/1988 B 6 
6/27/1988 B 14 
6/27/1988 A 2 
6/27/1988 C 1 
6/28/1988 B 1 
6/30/1988 B 
7/01/1988 C 
7/04/1988 B 
7/06/1988 B 
7/06/1988 B 
7/06/1988 A 10 
7/06/1988 C 6 
7/07/1988 B 3 
7/12/1988 A 3 
7/13/1988 A 



3 
7 

2 
1 
3 
3 
1 



7/14/1988 B 1 

7/14/1988 B 1 

7/19/1988 A 10 

7/19/1988 A 1 

7/20/1988 A 2 

7/21/1988 A 10 

7/22/1988 C 1 

7/22/1988 A 3 

7/22/1988 A 10 

7/22/1988 A 1 

7/23/1988 A 3 

7/24/1988 A 10 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

N 
N 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
H 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N 080 
N 
N 

N B53 
N 
N 

N KB 
N B53 
N 080 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N M70 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
P N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N M70 
N 



B53 



B53 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX 
12/31/1988 



BY SUBJECTS 



PAGE 207 
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POLICE LOG/MOTORCYCLE, PHONE REPORTED STOLEN 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

MAN CHARGED IN 5 BREAK-INS TO SWIM CLUB 

PERSON COUNTY NAN CHARGED IN BREAK-INS 

BREAK-IN AT LOUISBURG HIGH BEING INVESTIGATED 

FRANKLIN DEPUTY PROBES BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/TWO SOUGHT FOR BREAK-IN AT NIGHT SPOT 

POLICE LOG/POLICE EXAMINE HOME BREAK-IN 

AT LEAST 15 APARTMENTS HIT IN BURGLARIES 

2 HEN CHARGED IN BREAK-IN OF SPAULDING HOME 

BREAK-IN REPORTED IN ROUGEHONT AREA 

THREE BREAK-INS BEING PROBED IN FRANKLIN 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS MAN IN BREAK-INS 

POLICE LOG/MAN'S ARREST BRINGS NEW CHARGES 

POLICE LOG/BREAK-INS REPORTED 

MAN FEATURED IN CRIMESTOPPERS TURNS HIMSELF IN 

OHIO MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/POLICE INVESTIGATING 2 RESIDENTIAL BREAK-INS 

MAN ACCUSED OF BREAK-INS, ARSON 

FRANKLIN COUNTY BREAK-INS PROBED 

POLICE LOG/POLICE INVESTIGATE RESIDENTIAL BREAK-IN 

CRIMESTOPPERS PAYS OFF 

BAHAMA YOUTH HELD ON BREAK-IN CHARGES 

POLICE LOG/MAN BREAKS INTO HOME HEALTH OFFICE 

POLICE L0G/$885 IN GOODS STOLEN FROM APARTMENT 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN AT HISTORIC SITE 

SHERIFF'S OFFICERS: 16 ARRESTS CLEAR 20 HOME BREAK-INS 

POLICE LOG/MAN FROM CARRBORO CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/MOTHER'S CARE CENTER BURGLARIZED TUESDAY 

VCR, RIFLE.MONEY TAKEN DURING BREAK-IN 

TEEN CHARGED IN COUNTRY CLUB BREAK-IN 

TWO BREAK-INS REPORTED AT VANCE COUNTY HOMES 

POLICE LOG/POLICE INVESTIGATE THEFT OF WALLET FROM HOUSE 

2 TEENS FACE BREAK-IN CHARGES 
2ND ARREST MADE IN CLUB BREAK-IN 
MAN CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO CARS 
POLICE LOG/AIRPORT ROAD HOUSE BURGLARIZED 
DURHAM POLICE PROBE 5 RESTAURANT BREAK-INS 
POLICE LOG/BURGLAR FLEES WHEN CONFRONTED 
POLICE LOG/NO ITEMS STOLEN IN APARTMENT BREAK-IN 
POLICE LOG/CHECKBOOKS TAKEN FROM SORORITY HOUSE 
GUNS, APPLIANCES STOLEN IN BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/MEN FLEE HOUSE WHEN CONFRONTED 
PERSON SHERIFF INVESTIGATING BREAK-IN ON U.S. 501 
POLICE LOG/BREAK-INS REPORTED 
POLICE LOG/BREAK-IN SUSPECT CHARGED THURSDAY 
MAN ARRESTED SHORTLY AFTER APARTMENT THEFT 

3 HOMES BROKEN INTO AT HYCO LAKE 
DEPUTIES, POLICE CHASE 2 MEN, RECOVER CAR 
POLICE LOG/POLICE PROBE 3 BREAK-INS ON MONDAY 
BURGLARIES RESUME AT COLONIAL APTS. 
FRANKLIN COUNTY BREAK-IN UNDER INVESTIGATION 

TERRIFIED REPORTER'S ONLY LINK WITH WORLD WAS POLICE DISPATCHER 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

POLICE LOG/CHATHAM CO. MAN CHARGED IN BREAK-INS 

POLICE LOG/RESIDENTIAL BREAK-IN INVESTIGATED 

CRIMESTOPPERS TIP LEADS TO ARREST 

CAR THEFT PROMPTS SWAT DISPATCH 

POLICE LOG/TENANTS SLEEP WHILE CASH STOLEN 

POLICE LOG/HOMES BURGLARIZED ON TUESDAY 

BREAK-IN INVESTIGATED AT LOUISBURG TIRE STORE 

STOLEN LICENSE TAG LEADS TO ARREST 

SLEEPING MAN ARRESTED IN SHOP 

POLICE LOG/HOMES BURGLARIZED IN CHAPEL HILL 

2ND MAN CITED FOR 5 BREAK-INS AT RACQUET CLUB 

POLICE GET BREAK IN 30 ROBBERIES 

DURHAM HAN CHARGED WITH COLONIAL BREAK-IN 

MORE CHARGES FILED AGAINST BURGLARY SUSPECT 

POLICE LOG/WANTED MAN TURNED OVER TO CHATHAM 



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



CHH 1 


7/24/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


7/25/1988 B 


5 


N 


S 2 


7/25/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 1 


7/26/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 1 


7/26/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 1 


7/26/1988 B 


5 


N 


CHH 1 


7/26/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


7/27/1988 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


7/28/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


7/28/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 1 


7/29/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 1 


7/30/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


8/01/1988 B 


5 


N 


S 2 


8/01/1988 A 


9 P N 


CHH 1 


8/02/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/02/1988 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


8/02/1988 B 


1 


N B53 


H 1 


8/05/1988 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 


8/05/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


8/06/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 1 


8/06/1988 C 


5 


N 


CHH 1 


8/06/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 2 


8/06/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 2 


8/06/1988 B 


1 


N 


CHH 1 


8/07/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/07/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


8/09/1988 B 


14 


N 


H 2 


8/10/1988 B 


1 


N M51 


CHH 1 


8/12/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/12/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 1 


8/13/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


8/13/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


8/15/1988 B 


7 


N 


CHH 1 


8/16/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


8/16/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 2 


8/16/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 1 


8/16/1988 B 


1 


N 


CHH 1 


8/17/1988 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


8/17/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


CHH 1 


8/18/1988 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 


8/21/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/24/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 2 


8/25/1988 B 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


8/25/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


8/26/1988 C 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


8/26/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/27/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


8/28/1988 B 


12 


N 


H 2 


8/30/1988 B 


7 


N 


S 2 


8/30/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


CHH 1 


8/31/1988 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


9/01/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 1 


9/03/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


9/04/1988 C 


16 


N 


H 2 


9/05/198S A 


12 P N 


CHH 1 


9/05/1988 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 


9/05/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 2 


9/06/1988 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 


9/08/1988 A 


1 


N L90 


CHH 1 


9/08/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/08/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 1 


9/10/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


9/12/1988 A 


13 


N 


H 2 


9/12/1988 B 


6 


N 


CHH 1 


9/13/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


9/14/1988 B 


9 


N 


S 2 


9/16/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 2 


9/17/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 2 


9/18/1988 B 


5 


N 


CHH 1 


9/19/1988 A 


3 


N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
- 12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



HflMfeUHHfa-i-M 

^WRS^HANHQ-DIN WAREHOUSE BREAK-IN _ 

SI! SS^S-SKe TO HE *. 

POLICE LOG/FOUR HOMES BURGLARIZED 

^TRFFTGHTOCttARGO WITH BURNING D0LLHOUSE 

re£n TN «RTFF>SlipirtIES PTOBING SEVERAL BREAK-INS 

KS IN l(I^sidentiKeI<-in REPORTED^POLICE say 
POLICE LOG/NOTHING TAKEN IN ESTESDRIVE BREAK- IN 
cw Trv i rK/TF£N-AG£R CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 
BREAK^IN ATTOnKwThEAD START INVESTIGATED 
WTFR FOR HOMELESS BIT BY BREAK-IN, THEFT 
F^ID? lKStED Us DA£GE '87 VW 

HmHVfflBHSa —" ■ 

EfejuBiiHfln,. 

POLICE FOIL BREAK-IN AT COLONIAL ST. HOME 
THREE TEENS CHARGED INKSAK-IN 
2 BROTHERS CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 
FRAM<LIN DEPUTY PROBING BREAK-INS 

BHBnEiuwvfiPi 

ff^&Tf TH^ S TtSd- T B^S LEAVE SCRAWLED SIGNS, LOADED... 

POLICE LCcSlNGTW KAN HBJFWCAR BREAK-IN 

iwiaRY HTTDCR THUMBS RIDE TO COUNTY JAIL 

POLICE LOGMAN SCARES AWAY APARTMENT fW£R 

BOOK* fSraJLD GIVE CLUES ! IN ttRHAM BREAK-IN 

MAN ORDERED TO APOLOGIZE TOWICTIMS 

Pa ICE LOG/MAN FLEES AFTER USING HOUSE KEY 
POLICE LK/ORANGECO. POLICE SEEK BREAK-IN LEADS 
POLICE ijDB/KHOTT MILL HOUSE BROKEN INTO 

a^DgggafFL^O. EX-IOYFRIEND 

DOTTIES CH^GE MAW IN STORE BREAK-IN 
MAW ARRESTED INSIDE CITGO FOOD MART 
THREE MEN ARRESTED AT SCENESOF BREAK-INS 
POLICE LOG/DUKE STUDENT CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 
BREAK^INS REPORTED AT LAKEHYCO 
ALMAY EHFtOYEE FACING CHARGES 

ffi™ SS^T^BREAK-INS IN 4 COUNTIES 
PXKE LOG/HANFACES CHARGES IN BREAK-IN 

S^/f^Sn^sS^mmul BREAK-IN 

S Ss^Ie NUMKR OF BREAK-INS 
nuT tm HHAftGETJ FOLLOWING BREAK-IN 

paicf logSij^othiKken in break-ins 



N 

p 

H 

s 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 



CHH 1 



S 

CHH 

S 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

S 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

S 

H 

CHH 

CHH 



CHH 1 



H 

H 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

CHH 



S 
E 

— DATE — C -PG 



9/21/1988 C 
9/21/1988 C 
9/22/1988 B 
9/22/1988 A 
9/23/1988 C 
9/25/1988 B 
9/27/1988 C 
9/27/1988 
9/27/1988 
9/28/1988 
9/29/1988 
9/29/1988 
9/30/1988 
10/02/1988 .. 
10/02/1988 B 
10/04/1988 A 
10/05/1988 
10/05/1988 
10/05/1988 
10/05/1988 
10/07/1988 
10/07/1988 
10/07/1988 
10/08/1988 
10/09/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/13/1988 
10/15/1988 - 
10/17/1988 B 
10/18/1988 A 



A 
A 
C 
A 
C 
C 
A 



4 
1 
5 
3 
1 
9 
4 
3 
3 
1 

10 
1 
3 

13 
3 
3 
1 
3 



PAGE 208 
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I T 

L Y 
L P BYL 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M51 

N 






1 P N 
3 N 



1 10/19/1988 C 



10/20/1988 A 
10/20/1988 A 
10/20/1988 A 
10/20/1988 A 
10/21/1988 B 
10/21/1988 C 
10/22/1988 C 
10/22/1988 A 



4 
11 
1 
1 
3 
11 
3 
4 
1 
3 
2 
3 
1 



N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N A54 



1 P N B53 



CHH 1 10/22/1988 A 



H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



S 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

S 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

S 

H 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 



10/23/1988 B 

10/24/1988 A 

10/25/1988 

10/28/1988 

11/02/1988 

11/02/1988 

11/03/1988 

11/04/1988 



1 11/05/1988 

- 11/10/1988 

11/10/1988 

11/12/1988 

11/12/1988 

11/16/1988 

11/17/1988 

11/19/1988 . 

11/20/1988 B 

11/21/1988 B 

11/22/1988 A 

11/22/1988 C 

11/22/1988 C 

11/22/1988 C 

11/23/1988 C 

11/23/1988 A 

11/26/1988 B 

11/26/1988 A 

. 11/28/1988 B 

1 11/29/1988 B 

1 11/30/1988 B 

1 11/30/1988 A 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N S12 
N 

N R63 
N 

1 P N B53 
5 N 

N 

N 

N S82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M51 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

5 P N 
1 N 
1 N T33 
3 N 



3 

3 

16 
3 
3 
3 
8 
3 
1 
3 
6 
3 
1 
1 
1 
7 
3 
6 
3 



-LX630- 



H N T HL Y / A NNU A L INDEX BY SUBJECTS 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



N E 
P D 



S 
E 

-DATE — C 



CRIMESTOPPERS TIP LEADS TO ARRESTS 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL HOMES TARGETS OF BREAK-INS 

hAN HELD IN MURDER SENTENCED FOR BREAK-IN 

SLAYING SUSPECT DRAWS UNRELATED TERM 

OXFORD HAN CHARGED IN STORE BREAK-INS 

4TH HAN HELD IN DURHAM BREAK-INS 

19-YEAR-OLD CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

THREE CHARGED WITH WATKINS BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/NURSING HOME SEES NO LOSS IN BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/BREAK-IN NETS NO LOSS FOR LOCAL BUSINESS 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE MAN IN BREAK-IN 

THREE BREAK-INS REPORTED AT BUSINESS IN LOUISBURG 

TWO TEEN-AGERS CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/POLICE INVESTIGATE SERIES OF BREAK-INS 

POLICE LOG/NO LOSS FOR RESTAURANT IN CLOSET BREAK-IN 

BREAK-IN AT SALES OFFICE IN FRANKLIN INVESTIGATED 

POLICE LOG/INTRUDER HURTS HOME WITH SLEDGEHAMMER 

POLICE LOG/NO LOSS REPORTED IN CHAPEL HILL BREAK-IN 

OXFORD POLICE SEEKING MAN IN ROBBERY AND KIDNAPPING AT 

POLICE SAY BURGLARY RASH DRUG-RELATED 

POLICE LOG/POLICE INVESTIGATING KENAN ST. BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/POLICE INVESTIGATING RESIDENTIAL BREAK-INS 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL HOUSE TARGET OF BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/MERRITT MILL BREAK-INS INVESTIGATED 

POLICE LOG/POLICE PROBE CHURCH RANSACKING 

BREAKING AND ENTERING, AUTOS 

FRANKLINTON POLICE PROBE THEFT OF WALKIE-TALKIE 

WHERE'S POLICE PROTECTION? 

COUPLE VICTIMS OF TWO BREAK-INS WHILE AT GAME 

SECURITY GUARD FOILS CAR BREAK-IN 

TWO ACCUSED OF BREAKING INTO AUTOS 

THIRD MAN CHARGED WITH CAR BREAK-INS 

MAN ACCUSED OF CAR BREAK-IN, THEFT 

CAR BREAK-IN SUSPECT CHASED, ARRESTED 

3 MEN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN OF THREE AUTOS 

4 CHARGED WITH AUTO BREAK-INS 
IMPOSTORS NAB JEWELRY FROM HOME 

2 STUDENTS PLEAD GUILTY TO LARCENIES 

POLICE LOG/TWO AUTOMOBILE BREAK-INS REPORTED 

POLICE LOG/2 CARS AT UNC BURGLARIZED 

POLICE LOG 

POLICE LOG/TEENS CHARGED WITH BURGLARY FROM CAR 

POLICE L0G/3RD TEEN CHARGED WITH CAR BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/STEREO EQUIPMENT STOLEN FROM CAR 

POLICE LOG/POLICE PROBE AUTO BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/CAR BREAK-INS REPORTED AT BLUE CROSS LOT 

POLICE LOG/ORANGE FEDERAL SU. SITE OF REPORTED CAR BREAK-IN 

WOULD-BE THIEVES CUT WAY INTO CONVERTIBLE 

POLICE LOG/STEREO, GOLF CLUBS STOLEN FROM AUTOMOBILE 

POLICE LOG/CASH, CAR STEREO STOLEN IN SEPARATE INCIDENTS 

POLICE LOG/EQUIPMENT TAKEN FROM PARKED PORSCHE 

POLICE LOG/5 CARS BURGLARIZED AT CARRBORO APARTMENTS 

THIEVES HIT BRITISH MOTORS AGAIN 

POLICE LOG/STEREO STOLEN FROM FIAT AT KINGSUOOD 

POLICE LOG/AUTOMOBILES BURGLARIZED 

POLICE L0G/$1,005 MOBILE PHONE STOLEN FROM AUTO 

POLICE LOG/3 CARS BURGLARIZED NEAR N.C. 54 BYPASS 

POLICE LOG/'BOARD EQUIPMENT TAKEN FROM CAR 

POLICE L0G/$885 IN GOODS STOLEN FROM APARTMENT 

POLICE LOG/8 PARKED CARS REPORTED BURGLARIZED 

POLICE LOG/POLICE INVESTIGATE AUTOMOBILE BREAK-INS 

VCR, RIFLE, MONEY TAKEN DURING BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/VOLKSWAGON WINDOWS SMASHED 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO CARS 

POLICE LOG/ITEMS STOLEN FROM AUTO 

POLICE LOG/MEDICAL BAG STOLEN 

POLICE LOG/AUTOMOBILES BURGLARIZED 

POLICE LOG/RADIO, RADAR DETECTOR STOLEN FROM AUTOS 

POLICE LOG/CAR BREAK-INS REPORTED AT RAMS PLAZA LOT 



H 

CHH 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 

H 

H 

CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 

CONVENIENCE STORE H 1 12/28/1988 

CHH 1 12/28/1988 

CHH 1 12/28/1988 

CHH 1 12/30/1988 

CHH 1 12/30/1988 

CHH 1 12/31/1988 

CHH 1 12/31/1988 






H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



CHH 1 



PAGE 209 
1/24/89 

I T 

L Y 

■PG L P BYL 



12/01/1988 A 
12/03/1988 A 
12/05/1988 C 
12/06/1988 C 
12/08/1988 C 
12/09/1988 B 
12/13/1988 C 
12/14/1988 
12/15/1988 
12/15/1988 
12/18/1988 
1 12/20/1988 
1 12/20/1988 
12/21/1988 
CHH 1 12/23/1988 
H 2 12/24/1988 
12/24/1988 
12/24/1988 



1/07/1988 B 

1/12/1988 A 

3/01/1988 B 

3/02/1988 C 

3/19/1988 C 

3/26/1988 D 

4/13/1988 C 

4/18/1988 C 

4/24/1988 B 

5/14/1988 C 

5/16/1988 C 

6/01/1988 B 

6/15/1988 A 

6/16/1988 

6/23/1988 

6/24/1988 

6/27/1988 

6/28/1988 

6/30/1988 

7/03/1988 

7/03/1988 

7/07/1988 

7/08/1988 

7/13/1988 

7/15/1988 

7/16/1988 

7/19/1988 B 

7/22/1988 A 

7/23/1988 

7/27/1988 

7/28/1988 

8/03/1988 

8/07/1988 

8/08/1988 

8/10/1988 

8/13/1988 

8/16/1988 

8/16/1988 B 

8/17/1988 A 

8/19/1988 A 

8/23/1988 A 

8/24/1988 A 

8/29/1988 A 



14 N 
10 N 



10 N 

9 N 

12 N 



3 
3 
3 
4 
1 
10 



3 

10 

3 

3 

3 

10 

10 

3 

3 

3 

1 

3 

1 

3 



N B53 

N S82 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



N 

N 

N 

N M70 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



10 N 080 



N 

N 080 



8 N 080 



10 N 
10 N 



N 
N 
N 

N 080 
N 
N 080 



10 N 
10 N 



10 N 



10 N 



10 N 

11 N 
10 N 

3 N 



-1X630- 



MONTHLY/A^N^L 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 210 
1/24/89 



S I T 
E E L Y ^ 

D — M TE — C -PG L P BYL 



Ptn TfF LOG/STEREO, LICENSE STOLEN IN VEHICLE BREAK-INS CHH 1 

SIW^ JHffsSK SSI «. 88 ! 

OFFICERS SWttOUr CAR, fflgK T JEENS WITH THEFT ^ 2 

POLICE L03/AUT»«BnJ^BURGLARIZED Qf, t 

ESS fflSKSH CTOLeWKK uti , g* } 

Dorrr K CttSBUira-ARIZED IN SOUTH CHAPEL HILL gj } 

m Iff LOG/TEENAGE OttRGED FOR TAKING CAR RADIO g* j 

pnTff ire/nW^POHILL CARS BURGLARIZED SUNDAY £HH 1 

POLICE LOG/DOOR FORCED W ^TOMOBILE CHH 1 

POLICE LOG/AUTOMOBI^ BURGURIZED ._,,„ CHH 1 

POLICE LOG/FOUR CARS a*GLAR^ ON^CAfPUS ™ * 

POLICE L()G/CONVERTI^ SJTOS ATTACK ON ROOF ^ 
opj rrc l nfi/TAR STEREO STOLEN ON UNC PflRKINu lui 
mi(T im/STERE070THER ITEMS STOLEN FROM CARS 

SSgftpSJ IMSffe * FCUi TDK FOLLOW 

pSbI treSi™ othk itfjis stou* ran cm 

POLICE LOG/CARS OUTSIDE SCHOOL OFFICE BURGLARIZED 

BREAST CANCER 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
SEE ALSO MAMMOGRAPHY 

SE ^Y0U S WCKS 1 J? POINTS IN SHOWDOWN AGAINST CANCER 

&»Sj*TS USED TO TREAT AIWftNCED BREAST CANCER AT DUKE... 

£21 MOTORS SAYTREATMENT AIDS BREAST CANCER PATIENTS 

$280,000 RAISED FOR RESEARCH 

MNOVER COUNTY GETS GRANT FOR CANCER STUDY 

£^t»m>h?I^^IABLE TEST FOR BREAST CANCER M 
I^SpHY AND SELF^EXAH OFFER MORE THAN REASSURANCE 

^fl^s&sW'EvFEEDING LOWERSJ^OATH RATE 
HOTHERSMWLK MAYSAVE WORLD FROM OVERPOPULATION 

BREAST SURGERY 
SEE MASTECTOMIES 

BREATHALYZER TEST 



8/30/1988 A 3 

8/31/1988 C 2 

8/31/1988 A 3 

9/01/1988 A 10 



3 
7 
3 
3 
3 
7 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



9/02/1988 A 
9/06/1988 B 
9/06/1988 A 
9/08/1988 A 
9/10/1988 A 
9/12/1988 B 
9/13/1988 A 20 
9/14/1988 A 10 
9/14/1988 A 10 
9/15/1988 A 10 
9/20/1988 A 3 
9/20/1988 A 10 
9/23/1988 A 3 
9/25/1988 A 3 
9/29/1988 B 1 
9/30/1988 A 3 
10/02/1988 A 
10/02/1988 A 
10/04/1988 A 
10/05/1988 A 
10/07/1988 A 
10/07/1988 A 11 
10/08/1988 A 3 
10/09/1988 A 3 
10/10/1988 A 3 
10/11/1989 A 11 
10/18/1988 A 3 
10/18/1988 A 10 
10/22/1988 A 3 
10/26/1988 A 3 
11/06/1988 A 18 
11/07/1988 B 7 
11/09/1988 A 3 
11/13/1988 A 3 
11/15/1988 A 10 
11/17/1988 A 10 
11/18/1988 A 3 
12/05/1988 A 
12/15/1988 A 
12/18/1988 A 
12/24/1988 A 
12/30/1988 A 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M51 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
N 



H 2 

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



1/28/1988 
1/31/1988 
2/23/1988 
2/24/1988 
7/05/1988 
8/30/1988 
9/16/1988 
10/07/1988 
11/23/1988 
12/09/1988 



1 I 

4 

9 

1 

7 
10 
11 

4 

7 

6 



N K65 

E 

N C60 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

U 

N 



H 3 2/12/1988 B 1 M 
H 2 11/04/1988 B 9 N K65 
S 2 11/17/1988 B 2 P F S27 



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SEE ALSO BLOOD TESTS 

SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 

SEE ALSO HEALTH SCREENING PROGRAM 
DON'T DRIVE, COMPUTER TELLS BAR PATRONS 
MAN PLEADS NO CONTEST TO PERJURY; GETS PROBATION 
HIGHWAY PANEL WANTS LOVER DWI LEVEL, MORE TROOPERS 

BRECHT ON BRECHT (PLAY) 

'BRECHT' AT UNC NEEDED MORE DRAMATIC VENOM 

BRENDLE'S INC. 

SURVEY INDICATES AUTOMATION HAS FAILED TO HALT PAPER FLOOD 

BREVARD COLLEGE 
PREP NOTES 

BREVARD MUSIC CENTER 

SUMMER SOUNDS CLASSICAL IN GREENSBORO, BREVARD 
WARD SYMPHONY PREMIERES AT BREVARD 

BREWER'S STORE (CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C,) 
ROBBERY AT BREWER'S STORE PROBED 

BREWERY 

SEE ALSO BEER 
STATE'S 2ND PUB TO OPEN IN FALL ON DUKE STREET 
ULI BENNEWITZ IS SWIFTLY BRINGING WEEPING RADISH, BREWERY TO TOWN 

BRIAN AND THE NIGHTMARES (BAND) 

TENNESSEE NIGHTMARES HAVE BREWERY HOPPING 

BRIAN SOUTH & CO. 

NEW OFFICERS, AWARDS 

BRIARWOOD NURSING HOME 

STATE ORDERS CLOSING OF REST HOME 

REST HOME'S OWNER APPEALS CLOSING ORDER 

PEOPLE SHARPLY DIVIDED OVER HAVING A FIRE MARSHAL 

BRIBERY 

SEE ALSO JURY TAMPERING 
PRISON TERM GIVEN FOR BRIBERY CHARGE 

TRADE BILL IN LIMBO AFTER VETO; HOW NORTH CAROLINA CONGRESSMEN VOTED 
SCANDAL IN PENTAGON NOT A PARTISAN ISSUE 
TAKING BRIBES, ER, HONORARIA 

PENTAGON SCANDAL ATTRIBUTED TO LONG-STANDING PROBLEMS 
THIS IS THE READINESS ROOM, SENATOR. A GREEN LIGHT... (CARTOON) 
PROF SAYS PUBLIC SHOULD DEMAND PENTAGON REFORM 
GRAND JURY INDICTS FEDERAL OFFICIAL AND TWO N.C. MEN 
MINISTER IS BARRED FROM PRISONS PENDING INVESTIGATION BY SBI 
TOBACCO PROBE CHECKS FOR BRIBERY 

BELEAGUERED LEAF INDUSTRY FRETS OVER ALLEGATIONS OF PAYOFFS 
MORRISVILLE OFFICIAL FACES BRIBE CHARGE 

BRICKLAYERS 

DOWN COMES A WALL 

ONE FOUNDATION BUILDS ANOTHER 

WOMAN IS TAKING MASONRY CLASS SO SHE CAN HELP BUILD NEW HOME 

BRICKS 

BRICKS THROWN AT POLICE CAR IN HIGH POINT 

BRICKS WITHOUT STRAW (BOOK) 
NOVEL SERIES BEGINS 
NOVEL TALK 

BRIDAL COUPLES (HERALD COLUMN) 
SEE MARRIAGES, DURHAM 

BRIDGE TOURNAMENTS 



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H 2 1/02/1988 C 1 N 
H 3 4/26/1988 C 1 N 080 
H 2 7/16/1988 A 1 N 



H 2 2/23/1988 A 13 R L59 
H 2 12/18/1988 D 10 N 
S 2 6/09/1988 B 6 U G44 



H 2 6/17/1988 D 9 F C19 
H 2 7/08/1988 D 6 P F U66 



CHH 1 6/29/1988 A 3 N 



S 2 2/12/1988 B 6 N 
H 2 9/04/1988 D 9 P N C60 



H 2 12/23/1988 D 7 R L37 
S 2 5/27/1988 C 7 P P T32 



H 2 2/26/1988 C 1 N B81 
H 2 3/10/1988 B 1 N 080 
H 3 3/10/1988 B 1 N BIO 



H 


2 1/28/1988 A 


18 N 


H 


2 5/25/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 6/22/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 6/22/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 6/25/1988 C 


6 N 


H 


2 6/27/1988 A 


4 T T 


S 


2 6/27/1988 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 7/27/1988 A 


11 N 


H 


2 9/07/1988 B 


3 N 


S 


2 10/24/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 10/25/1988 A 


14 N 


H 


2 11/30/1988 B 


1 N 



R56 



H 2 4/26/1988 C 1 P P S73 
S 2 8/15/1988 C 1 P N S92 
H 1 11/12/1988 C 1 P N 



H 2 3/24/1988 A 19 N 



S 2 1/28/1988 D 12 N 
S 2 2/02/1988 C 4 P P S73 



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12/31/1988 



N E 
P D 

SEE ALSO FRIENDLY CITY SECTIONAL BRIDGE TOURNAMENT 

SEE ALSO GAMES _ 

^.^WoiN HONORS IN BRIDGE TOURNAMENT | { 

BRIDGE CORRECTION 

BRIKSSjDURHAM S 2 

REMEMBER THIS? ,_, S 2 

BYmWLnw 

UOMfi Sffi° BEFORE BOARD | 2 2 

STATE OKS FREEWAY ^BIpS H 2 

RRfUP ASKS HELMS TO PROBE TREYBURN CLAlnb u 9 

SsLOSERCW IN IK^EVICTIONMSE « ?, 

MANFALLS FROM BRIDGE AS POLICE TRY TO HELP H 2 

BRIDGE OVER U>TOWBLQ WATERS 3 2 

RED MILL REROUTING GETS OK H 2 

PAMCWAY-LEG 1 ™ OPEN; BOARD TO GET BRIDGE PLAN S 2 

*®LSoWrT C. BONNER BRIDGE 
SEE ALSO LINN COVE VIADUCT 

^pa^^tesTn^^Wor^th^yor (J j 

DREDGE SLAMS INTO BRIDGE H 2 

^B^tS^TT^Ii^CT^HAVE FAILED OUTER BANKS H 2 

BMDffi^m couldiJWin Jfm funds § I 

OREGON INLET BRIDGE REPAIRS URGED H 1 

KlTfSErSffiL^I^ST. OR -FUNCTIONALLY OBSOLETE 8 I 
CMKKEN »IDGE ! CON^ORTO BE NAMED NEXT MONTH ™ \ 

S TO REPLACE HOORESCREEK BRIDGE jj 2 

BOARD OKS BID FOR WORK IN OXFORD H i 

BRIDGE OVER BOGUE SOUND DEVELOPS CRACK s 2 

CHIC^N BRIDGE MAY HAVE ITS LAST PARADE ^ t 
ENO MTN. ROAD BACK ON TRACK 

BRIDGES FOR PEACE 

SE oSziNGAGAINST LEFTISTS 

^ ft F € OF T ^AirS F SHIFTS E TO SEVERAL U.S. SITES g 2 

PIECES^fTaNE BEING REMOVED; ROAD REOPENED » ?, 

WUitMW mm-mm 

WRECKAGE VISIBLE 



S 

E 
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2/06/1988 A 
7/17/1988 E 



8 P N T32 
6 N 



A 
A 
A 
C 
A 
A 
C 
A 



1/29/1988 

2/08/1988 

2/12/1988 

2/26/1988 

4/05/1988 

4/08/1988 

4/09/1988 

5/11/1988 

5/12/1988 B 

5/12/1988 A 

5/13/1988 

5/14/1988 

5/16/1988 

5/20/1988 

6/08/1988 

&/18/1988 

6/22/1988 B 

6/23/1988 C 

6/30/1988 B 

7/11/1988 B 

8/31/1988 C 

9/23/1988 A 

11/01/1988 B 

11/12/1988 A 



12 I 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

10 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
6 
7 
1 



P 

N M06 
N M06 
N 

N B85 
N 
N 

N M06 
N 

N M06 
N M06 
N R53 
N M06 
N M97 
P C45 
N M06 
N A54 
N M06 
N A54 
N M51 
. .' P C45 
1 M N M06 
1 P P T37 
1 M N M06 



3/12/1988 B 
3/14/1983 A 
3/17/1988 A 
4/05/1988 B 
4/14/1988 B 
4/16/1988 A 
4/19/1988 A 
4/19/1988 B 
4/20/1988 A 
4/30/1988 A 
5/05/1988 B 
5/21/1988 A 
8/11/1988 B 
8/20/1988 A 
9/07/1988 C 
9/08/1988 A 
9/10/1988 C 
10/12/1988 B 
10/31/1988 A 
12/22/1988 A 



3 
4 
17 
5 
4 
1 
1 
5 
4 

11 
2 
1 
7 
3 
1 

15 
1 
5 
8 
1 



N 
E 
N 
N 
N 

P N 
N 

P N 
E 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N S63 

P 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N R63 



H 2 3/17/1988 A 4 L 



2/23/1988 

2/23/1988 
2/23/1988 
2/24/1988 
2/26/1988 
2/26/1988 
2/26/1988 
2/29/1988 



1 

12 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



N M97 
N M97 
N B85 
N B85 
N 

P L38 
N B53 
P M66 



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N E 

P D — DATE- 



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RESERVOIR DRAINS 

CRASH CLUES NOT FOUND 

CRASH INVESTIGATORS HAY RETURN 

INVESTIGATORS RETURNING TO SITE OF RDU CRASH 

RESPONSE EXCELLENT TO AIRPLANE CRASH 

INSPECTORS FIND PLANE'S ENGINES WORKING PROPERLY BEFORE CRASH 

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIV. 

CHAPEL HILL NATIVE HONORED FOR BYU GRADUATE STUDIES 

BRIGHT LEAF CIVITAN CLUB 

CIVITAN CLUBS WORK FOR IBH TO HELP OTHERS 
NEW OFFICERS 

BRIGHT LEAF CIVITAN CLUB GOLF TOURNEY 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
OCI, GREATER DURHAM OPEN HEAD BUSY GOLF SLATE 
GOLF/54 LEADS 
FANFARE/GOLF RESULTS 

BRIGHT LEAF HOEDOWN 

YANCEYVILLE NEXT STORY ON FESTIVAL CAVALCADE 



2/29/1988 A 
3/01/1988 B 
3/04/1988 C 
3/04/1988 C 
3/12/1988 A 
5/05/1988 C 



2 
1 
1 
1 

4 
10 



P M66 
N M97 
N R80 
N U82 
L 
N 



CHH 1 8/10/1988 A 7 N 



H 2 5/14/1988 B 5 N M97 
S 2 9/20/1988 C 2 P P T44 



H 2 7/31/1988 B 7 N C49 
H 2 8/14/1988 C 5 N 
H 2 8/15/1988 B 3 N 



H 1 9/20/1988 C 1 N H60 
H 2 9/25/1988 E 8 N 



CHH 1 7/14/1988 A 
H 2 7/30/1988 A 



BRIGHT WORLD CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER 
DAY-CARE CENTER HARKS 10TH YEAR 

BRIGHTLEAF MUSIC WORKSHOP 
SEE ALSO MUSIC 
UNC STUDENT SELECTED BRIGHTLEAF SCHOLAR 
SONG, DANCE ON TAP THIS WEEK AT WORKSHOP 

BRIGHTLEAF SQUARE 

FUQUA INDUSTRIES' FOUNDER PAYS VISIT TO NAHESAKE BUSINESS SCHOOL AT DUKE H 2 2/11/1988 D 

CAST MEMBERS NAMED S 2 3/03/1988 D 

SANFORD LEASES OFFICE AFTER SALE FOR NEAR «110,000 H 2 4/25/1988 B 

GOURMET SHOW IS SCHEDULED SATURDAY AT BRIGHTLEAF SQUARE H 2 4/28/1988 C 

LUNCH BREAK H 2 4/30/1988 C 

STAGEHANDS HOST SNEAK PREVIEW OF THE MAGIC FLUTE H 2 5/31/1988 A 

THE MAGIC FOREST S 2 6/02/1988 D 

STAGEHANDS HELP 'MAGIC FLUTE' S 2 6/02/1988 D 

'MAGIC FLUTE' COMES TO BRIGHTLEAF TONIGHT H 2 6/03/1988 D 

'MAGIC FLUTE' OPENS TONIGHT, IF WEATHER OK S 2 6/04/1988 B 

MAGIC FLUTE OPENS AT BRIGHTLEAF H 2 6/05/1988 A 

STREET OPERA FANS TREATED TO FINE SHOW H 2 6/05/1988 A 

FLUTE STILL MAGICAL DESPITE CAST CHANGES H 2 6/07/1988 B 

DANCE-WATCHING TIPS; TWO BIRDS S 2 6/09/1988 D 

'BULL DURHAM' PRODUCER'S PREMIERE IS A GRAND SLAM H 2 6/14/1988 A 

SQUARES, CENTERS MULTIPLIED H 2 8/30/1988 A 

TOY STORE OPENS AT BRIGHTLEAF S 2 10/15/1988 B 

NEW HAMNER FIRM MOVES TO DURHAM S 2 10/29/1988 B 

HANGING 0' THE GREENS S 2 12/02/1988 C 



7 N 
6 N 



UL41 
N 
N 

N Zll 
P T32 
U W15 



G59 
B71 
W66 



K30 

L59 

L59 

U B71 

U W15 

E 

U W82 
N M06 
P S73 



BRINGING DICKENS HOME (TELEVISION SHOW) 
'DICKENS' DOCUMENTED 
TV TOUR DOCUMENTARY SERVES THEATER GROUP POORLY 

BRINKS' ROBBERY 
SEE ROBBERY, U.S. 

BRISTOL-MYERS CO. 

MORRISVILLE BOARD APPROVES $2,097,248 BUDGET 
CANCER RESEARCHER GETS *500,000 GRANT 

BRITISH AIRWAYS 

BRITISH AIRWAYS TO BAN SMOKING 

BRITISH HONDURAS 
SEE BELIZE 



S 2 12/08/1988 D 
H 2 12/13/1988 B 



H 2 6/28/1988 B 
H 2 10/27/1988 D 



12 N 
1 P R W66 



5 N P41 
11 N 



H 2 10/03/1988 A 2 N 



BRITISH MOTORS (GEER ST.) 



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THIEVES HIT BRITISH HOTORS AGAIN 
WITT $mRA^ I KNG HOME FACING NEW COMPLAINTS 

IcoTiiTTmvEN cwmi^fs sur«ise t cohmttee 

STATE FBOfflBWBM *0* INVESTIGATION 

N^X^^lSTcflS^ WITH RESULTS OF RECENT STATE... 

BR0AD MAR™ SAYS POLITICS PLAYED NO ROLE IN EFFORT TO SPEED WORK ON PEWIT 
3FEDERAL AGENCIES SAY MARINA HAY HURT SHELLFISH 

^^BROAD STREET GETS 'BLOCK PARTY' TONIGHT 

BROAD STREET COFFEE ROASTERS 

FIRM BOASTS OF FINE COFFEE ROASTS 

*%££ W ShWaY WILLIE I CENTER FUNIS 

BROADCAST NEWS (FILM) ^^ 

M^OADCAST NEWS' RATED WS^. 
MESSAGEMUSTS MAR BROOKS' 'BROADCAST' 

BROADCASTERS, N.C.^ 

1 SJa IT. SaTION OF BROADCASTERS^ 
PROGRAM TEACHES TEENS WAYS OF BROADCASTING 

"S^fi SS.fSwAT AT DUE SERIES 

^^Ki^BRCADUAY BA^ HOLDRBMON 
HltLsBORCOGH MIXES POLmCS PAST, PRESENT 

BROCCOLI MpfyrftBLrc 

ISWeK K'sKT^ILLE COUNTY FARM 

BR0D nlRS COST COUNTY MORE THAN $8,000; OPPONENTS CALLING BROOUS OUTRAGE 
RESIDENTS TO GET COUNTY BROCHURES 

m °^^ Sn^ WtWsTEM SCKML EXPANSION 

ral B™ CHOSEN FOR PROGRAM 
BROGDEN ^PORTERS FIGHT SCHOOL'S IMAGE 
BROGDEN PARENTS SAY GIVE SCHO0LA CHANCE 
F*INCIPAL STRESSES EROGDEN SAFETY 
W1TGDEN TO BE PILOT FOR CIVIC PROGRAM 
DURHAM STUDENT BECOG STATE SPELLING CHAMP 
BROGDEN STUDENT WINS AN AWARD 
TEACHER-OF-THE-YEAR 

DURhIm^LING CHAMP COMPETING IN NATIONAL BEE 
DURHAM SPOLER FMKS 7TH INNATIONAL BEE 
JOSEPHINE OEMENT AWARD ESTABLISHED 
FIRST-TIME AWARD 
HITTING THE WOKS 
BROGDEN HONORS STUDENTS 

iKc^l S^STrxttmll ONIONS 



H 2 7/19/1988 B 10 N 



CHH 1 11/08/1988 A 3 N M20 

CHH 1 11/17/1988 A 3 N M20 

CW 1 12/10/1988 A 3 N M20 

CHH 1 12/20/1988 A 1 N M20 

C* 1 12721/1988 A 3 N M20 



H 2 3/18/1988 B 7 N 

S 2 4/07/1988 C 8 N 

H 2 11/04/1988 D 7 P F W66 

S 2 3/26/1988 A 1 N U82 

S 2 7/14/1988 C 1 N H06 

S 2 1/07/1988 D 11 P R B71 

H 2 1/08/1988 D 3 P R S66 

CHH 1 8/02/1988 A 7 N 



2 7/21/1988 A 
2 7/26/1988 A 



6 F 
6 P U W15 



S 2 4/13/1988 C 4 N 

H 2 10/29/1988 C 1 P N T33 

CHH 1 10/20/1988 A 3 N M20 

CHH 1 12/24/1988 A 3 N M20 

H 1 1/23/1988 C 1 N H60 



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

s 



2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



2/09/1988 C 
3/16/1988 A 
3/22/1988 A 
3/23/1988 A 
4/11/1988 C 
4/12/1988 B 
4/16/1988 B 
5/26/1988 B 
5/27/1988 A 
6/02/1988 B 
6/03/1988 A 
6/08/1988 B 
6/08/1988 C 
7/09/1988 B 
7/18/1988 C 
9/07/1988 A 
10/18/1988 D 



10 
1 
5 
1 
5 
1 
1 

11 

14 
1 
1 
7 
6 
1 

10 
1 
4 



N 
N S92 

N S92 
N 

N 

N 
P 
P 



T32 
T32 
N J40 
N J40 
N S76 
P S76 
P T37 
N 

N S92 
N A76 



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BRONCO LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 
COACH CHARLES GALLAGHER: CARRBORO'S MOST-WANTED 

BRONZE 

JOCKEY SHORTS OR BABY SHOES, SHALLOTTE HAN CAN BRONZE 'EH 

BRONZE STAR 

SEE ALSO AWARDS 
BRONZE STAR WINNER'S LETTER SAYS HE WAS JUST DOING JOB 

BROQKGREEN GARDENS, S.C. 

BROOKGREEN GARDENS; A SCULPTURE SANCTUARY AMID SUN, SAND AND SUDS 

BROOKLYN DODGERS 

'MACPHAIL SAFETY HATS' A DUD AT DAP 

BROOKSHC APARTMENTS (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, APARTMENTS 
POLICE LOG/VCR STOLEN FROM BROOKSIDE APARTMENTS 

BROOKSTONE APARTMENTS 

CHAPEL HILL WILL SWALLOW PART OF DURHAM COUNTY LAND 
3 LAWSUITS CHALLENGE ANNEXATION BY CHAPEL HILL 
PLANNING BOARD BACKS REZONING 
LAWSUITS COULD BE MERGED FOR TRIAL 

BRO0KW0OD 

VICTIMS FACE HOMELESS CHRISTMAS 

BROOMS 

MAKER OF BROOMS, 78, NEVER SWEPT INTO BIGTIMEi BUT SOLD ALL PRODUCTS 
HISTORICAL CLEANING IS HARD WORK 

BROUGH AND ASSOCIATES 

HILLSBOROUGH IN TROUBLE EARLY WITH LEGAL BUDGET 

BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL 

HIGH SCHOOL CLUBS COVER ALCOHOL USE 
TAR HEEL BANDS IN INAUGURATION 

BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
ROCKETS FIZZLE AS CAPS PREVAIL 

BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SOCCER 
CAPS NIP SLOW-STARTING FALCONS 

BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, TENNIS 

BROUGHTON SWEEPS PREP TENNIS CROWNS 
CAPS KILL TIGER HOPES 

BROWN AND WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CO. 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO 
VERDICT IN TOBACCO ADS SUIT UPHELD 

BROWN-BAGGING 

SEE LIQUOR-BY-THE-DRINK, N.C. 

BROWN VS. BOARD OF EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S., DESEGREGATION 
SCHOOL DESEGREGATION REVERSALS 

BROWN WATER TREATMENT PLANT 

SEE INFINITY ROAD WATER TREATMENT PLANT 

THE BRQWNESTONE INN (FORMERLY HILTON INN) 

GOODWILL BREAKS GROUND ON GARRETT FACILITY 
BROWNESTONE INN SOLD; NEW OWNERS PLAN CHANGES 



CHH 1 7/25/1988 A 3 P N K65 

H 2 7/13/1988 A 6 H 

H 2 5/21/1988 B 5 N 

H 2 9/02/1988 D 8 P F W66 

S 2 8/17/1988 D 2 P U F25 

CHH 1 7/04/1988 A 3 N 



H 2 4/26/1988 A 

H 2 5/25/1988 A 

CHH 1 6/08/1988 A 

CHH 1 6/29/1988 A 



H 2 2/29/1988 B 
H 2 3/15/1988 B 



S 2 10/10/1988 C 
H 2 12/29/1988 B 



H 2 3/10/1988 D 
S 2 9/14/1988 D 



H 2 5/20/1988 B 
S 2 5/20/1988 D 



1 M N B81 
1 N M70 
1 M N M70 
1 N M70 



CHH 1 12/23/1988 A 1 P N M70 



9 P N 
4 P N 



CHH 1 9/11/1988 A 1 N R63 



3 N 

4 N 



1 P N Y55 
4 P N G44 



1 P N D85 
4 P N G44 



H 2 4/05/1988 A 14 N 



H 2 5/17/1908 A 4 L 



S 2 8/06/1988 A 3 N W82 
S 2 9/06/1988 C 1 N W82 



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Y 
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BROWNIES (GIRL SCOUTS) 
SEE ALSO GIRL SCOUTS 

BRIDGE BETWEEN YOUNG AND OLD 

P^BIRBSWING MESSAGE FOR CHILDREN 

BROWNING FERRIS INOfTRIES INC. 

i*tty U 1 OUS LOWER QUOTE IN WASTE BIDS) 
COTCIUmWES RECYCLING CONTRACT ^^^ 
COUNCIL SMRTED ISSUES IN RECYaMS CONTRACT 
Seun DIDN'T GET THE RED CARPET 
U^TEmK CLAIMS TOWN OWES IT COMPENSATION 
WASTE CWPANY ISN'T LIKELY TO ACCEPT PROPOSAL 
HTLLSBOROIGH TRASH SQUABBLE HEATS UP _ mA 

trash ntctrrV redwater on hillsborough agenda 

gfyEEffFmSflYS^n^OMB NOT SETTLING m 

%KnSs SELF INEUGIBLETO SETTLE BFI WASTE MATTER 
CafciL MEMBERS FWCR REVIEW OF TOWN LAWYER POLICY 
MEDIA COSTS LESS THAN U OF BIU 

BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS 

SE PeSrASS WANTS BETTER/^ARATION FOR DISASTERS 
SHERIFF'S SUGGESTION POINT WELL-TAKEN 

^^T^SPEeW^ SCIENCE, MATH SCHOOL SERIES 

SEE ALSO FURNITURE MARKET 
BROYHILL FOUNDER DIES AT 96 

H ^A^'r^^ N ^INGIKUE IN ^aK" 
NICARAGUAN NATIVE INDICTED IN N.C. ARRESTED IN KEXIUU 

^ET^WoSj^HftY K RESULT* BRUNSWICK AM MP CHANGES 
PROGRAM INCREASES ASSAULT CONVICTIONS 
hSTfOUND DEAD IN BRUNSWICK JAIL 

BRUNSWICK NUCLEAR PLANT <SOUTHPORT, N.C.) 

THl « Mi: (£ Z 1% a^idents 

^TTJRSIN^OLIIW HAVE TOP YEAR DURING 1987 
FINE PROPOSED AGAINST CPU- .^ mm 

CP&L WANTS TO STORE HIGH-LEVEL NUCLEAR WASTE IN WAKE CUUNIT 

BRUNSWICK STEW 

SE CHURCH STEW TAKES BIG POTS, BIG PADDLES 
BRUNSWICK STEWCCORRECTION PRINTED 12-29-88) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

^V^mWAvS WASTEPtfER+ACKING FIRM 

■ °;s^rc^^ H ^'^sW 

^SEE SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY 

^RJBBLE FACTOR SAYS BUSH; GOP GUM CIGARS TOP DUKE STOGIES 

Naming the mogtt* bubble 
forever blowing bubbles 



2 12/12/1988 B 
2 12/17/1988 C 



1 P P S73 
1 P N P38 



S 2 
S 2 
H 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



5/02/1988 
5/03/1988 
5/05/1988 
5/10/1988 
7/26/1988 
7/27/1988 
7/29/1988 
8/06/1988 
8/11/1988 
8/11/1988 
8/18/1988 
9/14/1988 
9/14/1988 



N H70 
N H70 
E 

L 

N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N S17 
N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N R63 



CHH 1 8/23/1988 A 3 P N R63 
CHH 1 8/24/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 1/27/1988 B 2 N 



S 2 7/02/1988 B 5 P 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 



1/18/1988 A 
3/10/1988 C 
6/03/1988 B 
7/16/1988 C 
8/13/1988 C 
1 10/26/1988 C 



12 
7 
3 
2 
1 
6 



H 
M 

N 
N 
N 
N 



H 2 3/29/1988 D 4 N 
H 2 7/27/1988 B 5 N 
H 2 12/09/1988 A 1 N 



H 2 9/30/1988 C IP N P38 
H 2 12/28/1988 B 1 P F W66 
H 2 12/29/1988 A 2 N 



S 2 5/09/1988 A 7 N 

H 2 2/05/1988 D 7 P F W29 

S 2 10/29/1988 B 1 P M K30 

H 2 8/03/1988 A 1 P P L38 

CHH 1 9/02/1988 A 2 P P L38 



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BY SUBJECTS 



RESEARCHERS STUDYING MICROBUBBLES 

BUCKEYES (OHIO NICKNAME) 

GOOD LUCK, MAYBEj HOLE IN POCKET, FOR SURE 

BUCKNELL UNIV. 

DURHAM ACADEMY GRAD PLEDGES KKG SORORITY 
BUCKNELL DEFEATS DAVIDSON, 21-13 

BUCKUHEAT (OUR GANG) 

DUKE OFFICIALS APOLOGIZE TO BLACK COACHES GROUP 

BUCKUHEAT ZYDECO (MUSIC GROUP) 
BUCKWHEAT ZYDECO IN ACTION 

NOBODY'S TAKING BUCKUHEAT FOR LAURENCE WELK ANY MORE 
TASTE OF PARTY-DANCE SOUND IN BIG BARN TONIGHT 

BUDDHISTS 

LUNAR CALENDAR USED TO SET MANY RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS 

BUFFALO, NEW YORK 

SHUFFLIN' OFF... 
BAD SPORTS BUFFALOED 

BUFFALO BILLS 

FANFARE/BILLS IN CHARLOTTE 

BUFFALOS 

ANIMALS JOIN THE ACT 

BUILDING CODE, VIOLATIONS 

PARHAM REGRETS UNFINISHED TASKS 
BRADHAM: INSPECTIONS DEPT. CLEANING UP ACT 
VIOLATIONS OF FIRE CODE FOUND IN ORANGE SCHOOLS 
PROPOSED BUDGET LACKS NEW HOUSING INSPECTORS 
COLLAPSE OF HOTEL SUITE CEILING KILLS GREENSBORO MAN 
BUILDING MUST BE MOVED OR TORN DOUN 
UNC FRAT HOUSES MEET STANDARDS 
WORK KEEPS FRATS OPEN 

BUILDING CODES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., DOUNTOUN BUILDINGS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM DEPT. OF INSPECTION SERVICES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM INSPECTIONS DIVISION 

SEE ALSO HIGH-RISES 

SEE ALSO HOUSING CODE 

SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANKS, ORANGE COUNTY 

N.C. PLANTS CHECKED FOR RADIATION LEAKS 

ENTRANCEUAYS PLAN ON HOLD 

4 PERCENT RAISE FOR CITY WORKERS ENDORSED 

COMMITTEE OKS ADDING STAFF FOR INSPECTIONS 

APT. BUILDING MET FIRE CODES 

HOUSING INSPECTORS PRAISED 

SCHOOL OFFICIAL CLAIMS N.C. BUILDING STANDARDS TOO STRICT 

TALL BUILDINGS ALL RIGHT WHEN PROPERLY ZONED 

HILLSBOROUGH PLANNERS TO MULL SUBDIVISION ISSUE 

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION ALLOWING HOME RULE ON BUILDING STANDARDS 

BUILDING COLLAPSES 

SEE ALSO FLOOR COLLAPSES 
SEE ALSO ROOF COLLAPSES 
WOMAN SEEKS FUNDS TO REPAIR HOME CRUSHED BY TREE 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO CAPITAL FACILITIES FEES 
SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO HIGH-DENSITY HOUSING 



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2 6/23/1988 A 
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2/12/1988 D 
5/27/1988 D 
7/22/1988 D 



21 PP 
2 P F 
8 F L37 



H 2 12/23/1988 C 4 N P41 



2 12/11/1988 D 4 
2 12/16/1988 A 4 



H 2 5/01/1988 C 13 P N 
H 2 10/29/1988 A 4 E 



S 


2 


1/05/1988 A 


1 P N H70 


s 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 B 


1 N L90 


s 


2 


5/20/1988 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 


6/25/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


1 


7/27/1988 B 


1 N 


s 


2 


8/10/1988 A 


3 N . 


s 


2 


8/11/1988 A 


4 E 



H 2 2/11/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 3 5/18/1988 C 


1 


N M70 


H 2 6/04/1988 B 


1 


N S51 


S 2 6/04/1988 A 


1 


N H70 


CHH 1 8/22/1988 A 


2 


N M25 


H 2 9/04/1988 D 


4 


L 


CHH 1 9/22/1988 A 


3 


N M25 


H 2 10/08/1988 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 10/27/1988 A 


3 


N R63 


H 2 11/04/1988 A 


12 


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CHH 1 8/20/1988 A 5 P N H90 



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SEE ALSO HOME IMPROVEMENT 

SEE ALSO H.C. HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 

g £3 BVEL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS 

SEE ALSO SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTION s 2 1/01/1988 A 

DURHAM FLOOD PLAN SATISFIES ALL PARTIES | 2 1/01 / 1988 c 

WHAT A VIEW M MinuMi „ ... . „_ |f) H 2 1/10/1988 F 

OFFICE SPACE IN DURHAM IS FILLING UP s 2 1/13/1988 A 

COLD, YES; DELAYS, NO ,,__ r „ 3 2 1/19/1988 A 

MAN FINDS JOBS FOR THE HWELESS J 1/19/1988 B 

developer: Durham lags iNHitaHENSi-TY housing g 2 1/22 /i988 a 

NEW HOUSING IN DURHfiH JUgre^W^ „__-. H 2 1/24/1988 D 

INSIDE OUT; OJM« Cgjm IBIggJgHDS THE WRIGHT STUFF 1/26/1988 C 

DURHAM CONSTRUCTION STEADY IN NOVEMBER ^^ H 2 1/31/1988 F 

TRIANGLE REAL ESTATE SHOULD BE OK IN '88, SAYS U-AT HflnrtK g 2 2/M/1988 A 

St HCTC BUYERS AVERAGING $24,000 EQUITY IN NEW HOME H 2 2/07/19| F 

WORK RESUMES »«— — . H 2 2/14/1988 F 

K&M Wflk W H*"*™ CONSTRUCTION H | ££» F 

TRIANGLE HOUSING DIPS BUT AREA STILL A HOT SPOT j3 | 3/07/1988 C 

GETTING READY ««u«c TvmrcnffWT H 2 3/13/1988 F 

DOWNTOWN DURHAM NEEDS MORE PRIVATE INVESTMENT H 2 3 / 15 / 1 988 B 

A FIELD IN THE Cin „„„„„.,,„,„ S 2 3/28/1988 C 

VALUE OF DURHAM BUILDING PERMITS TUMBLES g | 4/17/1988 D 

THE TIMES, THEY ARE..- H 2 4/17/1988 D 

OVERRUNS ON DURHAM PROJECTS COULD BE HIGH H 2 4/19 /i988 B 

VERTICAL PATTERN ^ „,_„,.. H 2 4/22/1988 A 

COHMENT ON SEASIDES WAS ^SHOCST R 2 4/2 3/1988 A 

SLOW, STEADY TRIANGLE GrajTHDraTED S 2 4/27/1988 A 

FEBRUARY CONSTRUCTION SKYROCKETS IN DURHAM g 2 5/0 i/l9S8 B 

EXAM TIME GETS NOISY AT UNCG s 2 5/14/1988 A 

MOVIN' ON UP S 2 5/17/1988 C 

SKY BEAMS . H 2 5/20/1988 C 

OUT, UP AND OVER ^ Tkl S 2 5/27/1988 A 

DURHAM BUILDING RAMS NO. 2 IN STATE rnHTRUCTICN H 2 6/16/1988 C 

COUNTY CONSTRUCTION UP 273 H 2 7/12/1988 A 

HE'S GETTING HIGH ON THE JOB s 2 7/1^1988 B 

ON THE BEAM S 2 7/15/1988 C 

BUILDING UP THE ARTS S 2 7/16/1988 A 

CLEARING LAND S 2 7/18/1988 C 

F^RStVKaST FOOD, NOW IT'S FAST BUILDINGS J j ™$g § 

X rDIFF^ENCE A YEAR CM *KE « 2 7/24/1988 F 

THE TOP OF THE TOWER S 2 7/29/1988 C 

GETTING IN SHAPE _ H 2 7/30/1988 B 

CIVIC CENTER PROGRESS CHH 1 8/01/1988 A 

KENAN HIGH _^~^-„. ,.v S 2 8/05/1988 A 

DURHAM CONSTRUCTION SKYT^OCKETS 44X H 2 8/0 6/1988 C 

MAYBUILDING IN CITY UP 44 PERCENT OVER APRIL ^ j 8/10/1988 A 

A NEW-FASHIONED HOUSE-RAISING H 2 8/28/1988 F 

LIONS CLUB INDUSTRIES BUILDING H 2 8/28/1988 B 

HIGH, HOT HAMMERING __ il „. u ^ TTml S 2 9/02/1988 A 

DURHAM LEADS STATE J^CCt^UCTION CONSTRUCTION H 2 9/03/1988 C 

CIVIC CENTER, DUKE PROJECTS MAKE DURHAM TOPS IN N.C. CONSTKUUlUN ^ J 9/0 7/l988 A 

ALL IN A DAY'S WORK H 2 9/13/1988 B 

HIGH-HO, TO WORK THEY GO H 1 9/13/1988 B 

HIGH-HO, TO WORK THEY GO H 2 9/15/1988 B 

HAVE A SCOOP OF YARD? CHH 1 9/16/1988 A 

TIMBERLYNE BALANCING ACT S 2 9/27/1988 A 

2 OFFICE BUILDINGS UNDER WAY BY MALL g 2 10 /08/1988 A 

DURHAM CONSTRUCTION 4TH W STATE „ 2 10/16/1988 F 
BUILDING ACTIVITY IN 45 CniES DEaiNES 



P N H70 

P P C45 

D N 

P P M66 
F G59 
Q H70 
N W82 
F C19 
N 

N L41 
P T32 
N L41 
P 576 
N 
N 

N W82 
N 
N 

P S76 
N 

P T37 
N W82 
F S76 
E 

P S73 
L 

N C60 
N W82 
N 

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P S73 
P S76 
N H82 
N D22 



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N W82 
U G33 
P S73 
P T37 
P M66 
P M66 
N C44 
P T37 



K30 
M66 
M64 

. S73 

N H02 

N 

N R63 

P T37 

P 

N W82 

N 
L38 
B90 
B90 
M66 
L38 



P 

P 

P 

P 
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1 M N W82 
1 N W82 
1 N 



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BUILDER CITES ADVANTAGES OF ffiTAL 

durham leads in homebuilding 

hello, down there 

sky walker 

cheap; virginia businessman does first-rate job of selling,.. 

precarious perch 

early march occupancy slated 

durham building values double 

building construction, theft 
see also robbery, durham 
siding salesman draws complaints 
tractor theft probed 
3 charged in construction thefts 
treated lumber stolen from construction site 
cutting torch stolen 

police log/commode stolen at construction site 
police log/microuave oven stolen from house 
tree wasn't good security 
forklift recovered 

police log/construction material stolen from site 
city's reported crime up 2.7 percent 
thief takes cash, jewelry from restaurant 
police log/appliances stolen from two new homes 
police log/materials stolen from new home site 
police log/eight water coolers removed from site 
series of thefts nets 3-year term 
police log/goods taken from construction site 
police log/light fixtures taken from building site 

building contractors 

see also building construction 

see also building developers 

see also construction industry 

see also durham, n.c., contract bidding 

see also durham county, n.c., contract bidding 

see also federal contracts 

see also heating contractors 

see also housing, n.c. 

see also minority contractors 

see also paving contractors 
durham contractors protest user-fee hikes 
repeat home buyers averaging $24,000 equity in new hofc 
more city minority business contracts go to out-of-town firms 
council asks majority bid costs 
black contractor faults bond survey 
local builder focuses on first-time buyers 
council helps young people get training in construction 
senate attempts to speed payments to subcontractors 
migrant labor bill compromise close 
board approves renovation funds for courthouse 
sharp rise in inspection fees upsets heating, air conditioning, 
contractors hot at new county fees; officials taking 2nd look. . 
durham contractors urge protests to higher permit fees 

building developers 

see also building contractors 

see also capital facilities fees 

see also chapel hill, n.c, housing 

see also coastal development, n.c. 

see also durham/orange home builders association 

see also home builders association of durham and chapel hill 

see also impact fees 

see also planned unit development 

see also subdivision construction 
homeowners sue builder in dispute over equipment 
commissioners ok developers' plan of treyburn homes 
developer; Durham lags in high-density housing 
homeowners get $18,000 for busting damage 
wittenberg still bullish on downtown 



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1 P N C47 


S 2 11/14/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 2 12/03/1988 C 


7 P P T32 


H 2 12/06/1988 C 


1 P P T32 


H 2 12/11/1988 D 


6 P N C47 


H 2 12/16/1988 C 


1 P P K30 


H 2 12/25/1988 F 


1 


P P T37 


S 2 12/28/1988 A 


1 


N H70 


S 2 2/18/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 2 2/20/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 2 3/06/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 2 4/02/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 2 4/20/1988 C 


2 


N 


CHH 1 6/15/1988 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 6/18/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 1 6/30/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 1 7/09/1988 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 8/03/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 2 8/16/1988 B 


1 


N M51 


S 2 9/21/1988 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 9/28/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 9/28/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 10/26/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 2 11/03/1988 C 


7 


N 


CHH 1 11/09/1988 A 


3 


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CHH 1 12/11/1988 A 


3 


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1/12/1988 

2/07/1988 

3/16/1988 

3/22/1988 

4/28/1988 

6/05/1988 

6/16/1988 

6/18/1988 

6/24/1988 B 

7/07/1988 A 

10/14/1988 C 

10/15/1988 B 

10/24/1988 A 



Q H70 
N L41 
N H70 
N H70 
N H70 
N 

N D22 
N 
N 

N B81 
N A54 
N H65 
N H65 



H 


2 


1/07/1988 C < 


i N W27 


H 


2 


1/12/1988 B 1 


I N A54 


S 


2 


1/19/1988 B 1 


I Q H70 


S 


2 


1/23/1988 B 


I N M06 


S 


2 


1/25/1988 A 1 


I N U82 



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^fcK FIGHTING MALI DEVELOPER OVER, ROAD ACCESS 
fiRI^TH AMD WftTS 

HiafflSH MEG**ALL CWLEX n WORKS 
HT1LSB0R0UGH MEGA-MAUL ^COHPLEXIN WORKS 

S^SB^AT^WpMFn. PRESERVE FOREST 

l^&^^Ss^LAND FOR 11 BANK BRANCHES 

FAK iS^CTATEKJTUC BUILDING DESIGN 

CLUB DEWLOPERS SEE NICKLAUS AS LINK TO GREEN 

DURHAM TO STUDY IMPACT FEES /wvm 

GOVERNORS CLUB HEARING DRAWS CROUD 

ANTI-COMMERCIAL YIEW IS COSTING CITY MONEY 

□SnranBNX. to outpace nation in '88 

TraTOERNE' DEVELOPER DECIDES ON NEW NAME 
^r^TNROLLING HILLS FIGHTING UPHILL BATTLE „ 
PUBLIC RESTONSETO TREE PROPOSAL HCSTLYFAVORABLE 
^^StVbUILDERS ARE PARTNERS, PORTER SAYS 
DEVELOPMENT ALTERNATIVES WORSE 

FNUTRONMENTAL LAW TALKS STILL MONTHS AUAY 
ffiAU^FlA^ &<XO PRESERVE RURAL AREAS 
CfflCttEASING rXsTIFFENS IN DURHAM 

gggS^D^Ig ■ 85 SLOW GROWTH 
PANEL DISCUSSES TRAFFICIJIVEL 
Cm MAY STICK WITH CURRENT SEWER POLICY 
IMPACT FEES MAY LIMIT HOMEBUYING 

8&^SlS^0 K rCVELOPtCNT 

HAMNER DOESN'T GRASP SYSTEM 

Si^aS^ each «. 

TAX ON DEVELOPMENTS COULD RAISE *2 MILLION LAW WW 
SHOEING CENTER IS PROPOSED 

CARRBORO POSTPONES LANMJSE CHANGES 
DB*L0PERS PRIMING TOBACCO LAND 

aJI ^ALifS N INSPECTIONS DIVISION 
PARHAM REGRETS UNFINISHED TASKS 



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2 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
2 
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CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
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S 
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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
S 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



1/29/1988 A 
1/31/1988 B 
1/31/1988 F 
2/04/1988 B 
2/04/1988 A 
2/04/1988 A 
2/08/1988 A 
2/09/1988 B 
2/16/1988 B 
2/18/1988 A 
2/18/1988 A 
3/07/1988 C 
3/10/1988 A 
3/16/1988 A 
3/19/1988 B 
3/19/1988 A 
3/20/1988 F 
3/21/1988 A 
3/22/1988 B 
4/10/1988 D 
4/10/1988 F 
4/12/1988 B 
4/18/1988 A 
4/19/1988 B 
4/27/1988 C 
4/29/1988 
5/01/1988 
5/06/1988 
5/18/1988 
5/18/1988 
5/20/1988 
6/18/1988 
6/27/1988 
6/28/1988 B 
7/03/1988 A 
7/10/1988 F 
7/13/1988 A 
7/14/1988 A 
7/15/1988 A 
7/15/1988 A 
7/27/1988 B 
8/16/1988 A 
8/16/1988 
8/25/1988 
8/26/1988 
8/30/1988 
9/02/1988 
9/06/1988 
9/07/1988 
9/07/1988 
9/11/1988 
9/22/1988 
10/06/1988 
10/07/1988 
10/08/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/12/1988 
10/18/1988 
11/04/1988 
11/08/1988 B 
11/08/1988 A 
11/08/1988 A 
11/08/1988 A 
11/15/1988 A 
11/17/1988 A 
11/21/1988 A 



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BRADHAM'. INSPECTIONS DEPT. CLEANING UP ACT 

HOME BUYERS SHOULD GET HOMES PROPERLY INSPECTED 

IMPROVING INSPECTIONS CITY'S GOAL 

PROPOSED BUDGET LACKS NEW HOUSING INSPECTORS 

COUNCIL NEEDS TO ADD MORE HOME INSPECTORS 

PREISS URGES MORE FUNDS FOR INSPECTORS 

PROPOSALS COULD INCREASE INSPECTION FEES BY 9 OR 11X 

LACK OF INSPECTIONS UNFULFILLED PROMISE 

COUNTY LOWERS HEATING/AC FEES, DROPS TWO OTHERS 

BUILDING MATERIALS 

WHITE GOO ON U.S. 70 ALARMS RUSH-HOUR DRIVERS 
RUSH-HOUR TRAFFIC ENDURES MUCK: 450 GALLONS OF IT 

BUILDING PERMITS, DURHAM 

NEW HOUSING IN DURHAM JUMPS 39X 

DURHAM CONSTRUCTION STEADY IN NOVEMBER 

TRIANGLE REAL ESTATE SHOULD BE OK IN '88, SAYS CLAY HAMNER 

DURHAM BUILDING PERMITS LISTED 

CITY, COUNTY PART WAYS ON BUILDING PERMITS 

DURHAM HOUSING TOPS $100,000 

DURHAM COUNTY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

VALUE OF DURHAM BUILDING PERMITS TUMBLES 

BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED IN DURHAM 

BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED IN DURHAM COUNTY 

DURHAM CITY BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED 

COUNTY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED 

FEBRUARY CONSTRUCTION SKYROCKETS IN DURHAM 

BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED IN DURHAM SURPASS $32 MILLION IN FEBRUARY 

BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED 

DURHAM ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED 

DURHAM BUILDING RANKS NO. 2 IN STATE 

CITY OF DURHAM ISSUES PERMITS TO BUILD DUELLINGS, ADDITIONS 

DURHAM COUNTY APPROVES BUILDING PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED 

COUNTY CONSTRUCTION UP 27X 

COUNTY BUILDING UP, CITY'S DOWN 

CITY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED 

CITY BUILDING PERMITS LISTED 

COUNTY LISTS BUILDING PERMITS 

DURHAM CONSTRUCTION SKYROCKETS 44X 

MAY BUILDING IN CITY UP 44 PERCENT OVER APRIL 

SEWER WOES MAY CURB DURHAM GROWTH 

COMMISSIONERS ISSUE PERMIT FOR BUILDING POST OFFICE NEAR ROUGEMONT 

DEVELOPERS CONCERNED FEES WILL SLOW GROWTH 

CITY MAY STICK WITH CURRENT SEWER POLICY 

DURHAM BUILDING INSPECTORS ISSUE PERMITS 

DURHAM LEADS STATE IN CONSTRUCTION 

DURHAM SEWER WORK STOPPED,- SOME PROJECTS HALTED FOR LACK OF PERMITS 

CIVIC CENTER, DUKE PROJECTS MAKE DURHAM TOPS IN N.C. CONSTRUCTION 

INSPECTIONS DEPARTMENT ISSUES DURHAM BUILDING PERMITS 

DURHAM BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED 

DURHAM CONSTRUCTION 4TH IN STATE 

DURHAM COUNTY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

INSPECTION OFFICE ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

INSPECTIONS OFFICE ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

LATEST DEVELOPMENT PLANS DRAIN FARRINGTON ROAD PLANT 

COUNTY ISSUES BUILDIN6 PERMITS 

DURHAM LEADS IN HOMEBUILDING 

CITY BUILDING PERMITS TOPS 

COUNTY INSPECTIONS DEPARTMENT GRANTS DURHAM BUILDING PERMITS 

DURHAM BUILDING VALUES DOUBLE 

DURHAM RANKS 2ND IN BUILDING PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 
SEE ALSO SPECIAL USE PERMIT 



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H 


2 12/13/1988 C 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 


7/19/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


7/20/1988 B 


16 


N 


S 


2 


1/22/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 


1/26/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


1/31/1988 F 


1 D N L41 


S 


2 


2/13/1988 A 


8 


N 


S 


2 


2/26/1988 C 


1 


N U82 


S 


2 


3/09/1988 A 


1 


N U82 


S 


2 


3/10/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 


3/28/1988 C 


1 


N U82 


S 


2 


4/01/1988 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 


4/01/1988 A 


13 


N 


s 


2 


4/13/1988' B 


4 


N 


S 


2 


4/18/1988 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 


4/26/1988 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 


4/27/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 


4/28/1988 D 


10 


N 


S 


2 


4/29/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


5/10/1988 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 


5/16/1988 C 


10 


N 


S 


2 


5/27/1988 A 


1 


N U82 


S 


2 


6/02/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


6/03/1988 C 


14 


N 


S 


2 


6/14/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


6/27/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 


6/28/1988 B 


1 


N 


s 


2 


7/18/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 


7/21/1988 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 


8/03/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


8/03/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


8/05/1988 A 


1 


N H02 


H 


2 


8/06/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


8/16/1988 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 


8/24/1988 B 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 


8/25/1988 A 


1 


N H70 


S 


2 


8/30/1988 C 


1 


N H70 


S 


2 


9/01/1988 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 


9/02/1988 A 


1 


N U82 


H 


2 


9/03/1988 A 


1 


N S51 


H 


2 


9/03/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


9/08/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


9/29/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 10/08/1988 A 


1 


N U82 


s 


2 10/11/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 10/17/1988 B 


7 


N 


S 


2 10/25/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 11/04/1988 A 


1 


N S51 


S 


2 


11/11/1988 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 11/14/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 11/15/1988 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 12/06/1988 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 12/28/1988 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 12/29/1988 A 


12 


N 



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SkU^^KfiK^ S ;8B. 8g8 "Y HAMKR 

TRIANGLE HOUSING DIPS BUT AREA STILL A HOTSPOT 

MUNTOWN Km NEEDS MORE PRIVATE INVESTMENT 

JAWARY BUILDING HITS 6-YEAR LOU 

BUILDING ACTIVITY IN 45 CITIES DECLINES 

CARRWRO DENIES CIRCLE K CHARGES 

DURHtflRANre 2ND IN BUILDING PERMITS 

^^^L^PERNIT^Lffis WILL FACE DELAY WITH CHANGES 

ra^aOT«rmw^Lm»m«BE couwty 

BUILDING RATE DliCfSFOR 3RD STRAIGHT YEAR 
DURHAM LEADS IN HOMEBUILDING 

^WMlR 'NOT FANCY,' BUT DLKABLE 

BULBS 

SE PLaK!sUAL BULBS NOU FOR SPRING COLOR 

"■SSVSO EATING 

SE ^C«N 3 H ITH I EATING DISORDERS CfTOJFDJD HOLIDAYS TORTUROUS 
HOLIDAYS HARD FOR PERSONS WITH ANOREXIA 

EUJ °^ S 0F BULKHEADS DEBATED 
BULL BUZZARD SCAVENGER HUNT 

^£BSSSbSI HUNT LIKE GAME OF TRIVIAL PURSUIT ON «£ELS 

BULL CITY 

^HISTcSiaK'bULL; CITY'S NICKNAME CA€ FROM A KJSTARD MISTAKE 

TIME IS ENEMY FOR 'BULL CITY BLUES' FILM 

SHOOTING THE BLUES 
SHOOTING THE BLUES 

MjffiLuK FESTIVAL PLANNED FOR SEPT. 16-17 
BH" SmLn^aSLffttOBaiks FEST ACTS 
[SllC^M ^ FE5flVALPLA»0 FOR SEPT. 16-17 

A LONG, HOT AUTUMN 

ARTSUNWRAPPED DURING CENTERFEST 

BIG WEEKEND FOR THE ARTS ^^ 

EffiQHUliHIWUfti 

VARIETY ADIS TO DURHAM'S BLUES 
OPENING BLUES nrrcK 

BUU DURHAM BLUES FEST A SUCCESS 
BULL DURHAM GETS THE BLUES 

""■ BULL CmH&SS aUB TAKES SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP 

^^^SoTc^oK'lK^ORTS, BASKETWil (MEN) 
*VBlfJl ffl^GETSWLLral WITH LEAGUE FOES 



N 
P 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 



S I T 

E ELY 

D — date — C -PG L P BYL 



1/10/1988 
1/31/1988 
2/28/1988 
3/13/1988 
4/03/1988 
10/16/1988 
11/01/1988 
12/29/1988 



L41 



CHH 1 6/10/1988 A 7 N H90 

CHH 1 6/21/1983 A 1 C H B81 

CHH 1 7/25/1988 A 1 C N M70 

S 2 11/14/1988 A 1 N M06 



S 2 4/02/1988 A 6 N 

H 2 9/18/1988 E 12 P U B56 

S 2 12/06/1988 C 1 N 

H 2 12/23/1988 B 3 N 

S 2 8/03/1988 C 5 N 

H 2 7/10/1988 C 1 P N P38 

H 2 6/26/1988 B 1 U N36 



s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


S 


2 



4/25/1988 A 

6/28/1988 B 

7/01/1988 D 

8/05/1983 

8/05/1988 

8/05/1988 

8/11/1988 

8/16/1988 

9/01/1988 

9/02/1988 

9/08/1988 

9/15/1983 

9/15/1988 

9/15/1988 

9/16/1988 

9/16/1983 

9/17/1988 

9/17/1988 

9/17/1988 

9/19/1988 

9/22/1988 



1 
14 

6 

1 

12 
13 
12 
11 

9 
12 

2 

2 
3 
3 
1 

12 
1 
7 
7 
2 
3 



N 

U U66 
F W66 
P K30 
F W66 
F W66 
N 

U U66 
N 

F W66 
F B71 
N 

F B71 
N B71 
P 

F U66 
N W66 
R L37 
P T32 
R L37 
1 R B71 



S 2 11/29/1988 D 6 P N A76 



H 2 12/09/1988 B 1 P N P75 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



-DATE- 



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N.C. CENTRAL RIPS LIVINGSTONE 
EAGLES SKIN BEARS,- FACE ST. AUG'S 
NCCU SLIPS BY ST. AUG'S 
EAGLES RELIEVED TO CLAIM TITLE 

BULL CITY RODDERS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, ANTIQUE 
VINTAGE CAR SHOW SET FOR OCT. 7-9 

BULL CITY SERTOMA CLUB 

SEE ALSO DURHAM SERTOMA CLUB 
SERTOMA CLUB TO GIVE $11,000 TO DUKE CLASSIC 
NEW OFFICERS 
SERTOMA CLUB HOT DOGS TRADITION AT DUKE STADIUM 

BULL CITY STREET RODDERS 

...LOOKING FORWARD TO BULL CITY STREET ROD RUN ON SUNDAY 



H 2 12/10/1988 B 1 P N P75 

S 2 12/10/1988 B 1 P N P52 

H 2 12/11/1988 C 1 P N P75 

S 2 12/12/1988 D 5 P U P52 



S 2 8/22/1988 C 3 N 



H 2 6/30/1988 B 10 N 
S 2 8/26/1988 C 2 P P S73 
H 2 9/21/1988 B 4 P N C45 



H 2 4/22/1988 D 16 P P T33 



BULL DURHAM (FILM) 

DURHAM SHARES AS MOVIE FIRMS SPEND IN N.C. H 2 1/17/1988 B 

TODAY'S POOL ROOMS BREAK TRADITIONAL IMAGE S 2 1/26/1988 B 

APPLAUD THIS JUNKET H 2 2/02/1988 A 

SLOWER PACE, LACK OF UNIONS DRAM FILMMAKERS TO N.C. S 2 2/11/1988 

*3.8 MILLION MORE NEEDED FOR CAROLINA THEATER PROJECT H 2 3/15/1988 

MOVIE BULL DURHAM WILL PREMIERE HERE H 2 5/19/1988 

'BULL DURHAM' PREMIERES HERE S 2 5/19/1988 

'CROC,' MURPHY, DISNEY LOOK LIKE SUMMER WINNERS H 2 5/27/1988 

•BULL DURHAM' OPENS S 2 6/02/1988 

LITTLE LEAGUERS IN 'BULL DURHAM' S 2 6/07/1988 

'BULL DURHAM' PREMIERES SATURDAY S 2 6/09/1988 

PLAY BULL! STUDIO PINNING HOME-RUN HOPES ON THOM MOUNT'S... LOVE STORY... H 2 6/10/1988 

PREMIERE PLANS H 2 6/10/1988 

LYNCHBURG'S DEVLIN HAVING DEVIL OF TIME IN 2ND CHANCE H 2 6/10/1988 B 

CITY ROLLS OUT THE CARPET FOR BULL DURHAM; MOVIE HITS HOME FOR REAL... H 2 6/12/1988 A 

CITY ROLLS OUT THE CARPET FOR BULL DURHAM; BASEBALL COMEDY GETS GOOD... H 2 6/12/1988 

FANS WILL RELISH FLAVOR OF BULL DURHAM H 2 6/12/1988 

BASEBALL FILMS TOP SUMMER LIST CHH 1 6/13/1988 

PREMIERE WAS NIGHT FOR BULL CITY S 2 6/13/1988 

'BULL DURHAM' PRODUCER'S PREMIERE IS A GRAND SLAM H 2 6/14/1988 

PRIDE IN DURHAM SURGING AFTER MOVIE S 2 6/14/1988 

SARANDON NOW 'BULLISH' ON BASEBALL CHH 1 6/16/1988 

BULL DURHAM A 'HIT' ON MANY LEVELS CHH 1 6/16/1988 

'BULL DURHAM' IS A DISGUSTING MOVIE H 2 6/16/1988 

SHUTTING OUT THE PUBLIC H 2 6/16/1988 

NO RECORD CROWD AT BULL DURHAM OPENING H 2 6/16/1988 B 

PUBLIC CHEATED OUT OF CHANCE TO SEE MOVIE IN THEIR THEATER S 2 6/16/1988 A 

'BULL DURHAM' BIG ON NOSTALGIA S 2 6/16/1988 D 

BASEBALL'S CLOWN PRINCE DEBUTS IN BULL DURHAM H 2 6/17/1988 A 

Y'ALL GO SEE BULL DURHAM FOR YOURSELVES, YA HEAH? H 2 6/18/1988 B 

GROUP THAT RENTED THEATER HAD RIGHT TO OWN GUEST LIST S 2 6/21/1988 A 

B ULL D URHAM TAKE $5 MILLION FOR WEEKEND H 2 6/22/1988 A 

LETTER WRITER OFF BASE H 2 6/22/1988 A 

WILL BULLS REAP BENEFITS OF HOLLYWOOD EXPOSURE? S 2 6/23/1988 B 

MOVIE WAS INSULTING H 2 6/24/1988 A 

THE REAL CRASH DAVIS IS A DUKE ALUMNUS S 2 6/25/1968 B 

DIAMOND CHIPS S 2 6/25/1988 B 

"YOU'VE BEEN IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD FIVE YEARS!..." (CARTOON) H 2 6/26/1988 D 

IT'S A DURHAM BULLS MARKET ON BALLPARK CORNER SOUVENIRS H 2 6/28/1988 A 

DURHAM BULLS A 'HIT' ON TV S 2 6/29/1988 A 

•BULL DURHAM' IS NOT WONDERFUL S 2 6/29/1988 A 

SUMMER INSPIRES IDLE OBSERVATIONS S 2 6/29/1988 B 

'BULL DURHAM' IS NOT STORY ABOUT THE CITY S 2 7/01/1988 A 

DIAMOND CHIPS S 2 7/09/1988 B 

♦BULL DURHAM' HAS THE MOST SATISFYING MOMENT IN HISTORY OF MOVIES H 2 7/14/1988 A 

FOR THE MODERN WOMAN, HERO OF 'BULL DURHAM' IS THE MATURE MAN H 2 7/15/1988 

OH, MY! STARS AND GARTERS H 2 7/29/1988 

THEY DO RETURN TO DURHAM H 2 7/30/1988 

THE REAL CRASH DAVIS; HIS SUDDEN STAR STATUS IS AS AMAZING AS HIS STORY H 2 8/07/1988 

SAUGET, NOT CRASH, MADE REAL-LIFE CIRCUIT OF MINOR LEAGUES H 2 8/14/1988 

PATKIN UNCHANGED BY SUCCESS H 2 8/21/1988 



N C60 

N A76 

E 

N 

N C19 

N C47 

F B71 

R 

N 

N A76 

N 

F C19 

N 

N C52 

N C52 

N C19 

R S66 

R 

N B71 

U W15 

N A76 

F 

R 

L 

L 

N W29 

L 

R B71 

N 

U 

L 

N 

L 

N 

L 

F 

U P52 

T R56 

N N36 

N B53 

L 

U C09 

E 

U P52 

U 

U 

FZ11 

E 

N M14 

N C52 

N 



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KLrWBWKE IT OUT OF MINORS 

RUbWE MOVIES ON *CK 
"hi I DURHAM' PITCHER TRIES HAND AT VIKING ROLE 
IMPROVES TO BE AWINNER IN DURHAM SPORTS 

BULL DURHAM BIKE FEST 

BIKE RIDERS MAKE STOPS FOR HISTORY 

BULL DURHAM SMOKING TOBACCO 
SEE BULL DURHAM TOBACCO CO. 

BULL FIGHTING ..-rrr^mou 

TORTURE IN THE AFTERNOON 
BUJJl C^TRUaiON WORKER HURT 

^JIjeSie! Ml^etproof VESTS FOR LAWMEN 

BULLET LEAVES MARK ON OFFICE'S LIFE 
DtfARTWENT HONORS WOUNDED OFFICER 
UOUNDEDOFFICER HONORED BY POLICE 

BU±I ANGER SUPPORT GROUP PUTS CHILDREN ON RIGHT PATH 

BULL °BULL0CK^ E BARBECUE RAISES A RHAPSODY 

™SE ALSO BUTNER BULL TEST STATION 

BOB BURTMANJ MAN BEHIND BULL'S BULL 

^ S AN E CfEN 1 BCa< IS MAGIC IN HANDS OF HOWARD JAY 
^'cHU^uRttWILL BE TURNO INTO A PRESERVE 

BUMPER STICKERS OFFEND 

^ftgRkk'n RU CRASHES 

UVU SPuTE^Y^L^ifDOW'S MOBILE HOME PttK 

BUNC %^MsSl8 TO KEEP INMATES 
BUNCOMBE COUNTY SCHOOLS 



N 
P 

H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 



-DATE- 



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8/27/1989 D 
8/27/1988 D 
8/30/1988 D 
8/31/1988 B 
9/09/1988 D 
9/18/1988 C 
10/07/1988 B 
10/09/1988 D 
10/14/1988 D 
11/10/1988 D 
12/27/1988 B 



N C52 
N C52 
F A76 
F S27 
F 

U H14 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N A76 



H 2 5/28/1988 C 5 N 
H 2 5/29/1988 C 3 N C47 



2/05/1988 A 
2/06/1988 A 
2/08/1988 A 
6/26/1988 B 
9/11/1988 D 



N M06 
N 
E 

U N36 
U G33 



H 2 9/13/1988 A 4 L 
S 2 4/26/1988 A 1 P P T32 

H 2 2/25/1988 A 16 N 

H 2 5/23/1988 C 1 P N M51 

S 2 10/11/1988 C 1 P N B53 

H 2 10/12/1988 B 9 P N M51 

S 2 10/13/1988 A 6 D F G59 

H 2 9/02/1988 D 15 P R D77 

H 2 6/19/1988 B 1 P U N36 

CHH 1 6/27/1988 A 3 P N Vll 

H 1 12/09/1988 C 1 N T33 

H 2 2/24/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 12/05/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 1/19/1988 A 12 N 
H 1 4/07/1988 B 3 N 
H 2 5/04/1988 D 6 N 

S 2 3/25/1988 A 5 N 



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12/31/1988 



S U 6 J 



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P D 


S IT 
E L Y 
— DATE — C -P6 L P BYL 


H 2 


5/20/1988 C 1 N L40 



BUNCOMBE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. 
FLYING BRASS 

BUNKEY'S CAR UASH 

HEN WITH GUN, RAZOR ROB CAR-WASH CLERK 
AT&T'S JOSEPH COLSON TO ADDRESS BANQUET 

BUNN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C. 
THEFTS AT BUNN ELEMENTARY SCHOO L INVESTIGATED 
FOOD STOLEN FROM SCHOOL CAFETERIA 

BUR-MIL COUNTRY CLUB 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES 
MUR-MIL CLUB ON BLOCK 

BURCH AVENUE 

REPAIR WORK BEGINS: CITY BOND FUNDS LAG 

MOSQUITO SPRAYING UPSETS RESIDENTS 

PANEL REQUESTS REPORT ON USE OF INSECTICIDE 

SPRAYING CONCERNS COUNCIL MEMBER 

BURCH AVENUE RESIDENTS STILL ABUZZ OVER COUNTY MOSQUITO SPRAYING PLAN 

HEALTH OFFICIAL BACKS SPRAYING 

BOARD DEFERS ACTION ON MOSQUITO SPRAYING 

INDECISION POOR WAY TO HANDLE SPRAYING 

BUREAUCRACY, N.C. 

STATE BUREAUCRACY STOOPS TO KILL DAY-CARE PROGRAM 

BUREAUCRACY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 
DR. HITCHINGS SAYS RED TAPE HAS COST THOUSANDS OF LIVES 

BURGER KING (ELLIOT ROAD, CHAPEL HILL) 
GREENPEACE MOVES INLAND 

BURGER KING (FRANKLIN ST., CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

GREENPEACE KEEPS UP PRESSURE AGAINST BURGER KING WHALER 

BURGER KING (GUESS ROAD) 

RALEIGH MAN RECEIVES SIX YEARS FOR ROBBERY, ATTEMPTED ROBBERY 
RALEIGH MAN IS SENTENCED TO 20 YEARS FOR ROBBERIES 

BURGER KING (HILLSBOROUGH ROAD) 

POLICE PROBE ROBBERIES, CHARGE MAN IN CAR THEFT 

BURGER KING (1200 WEST CLUB BLVD.) 
2 ROB CLUB BLVD. RESTAURANT 
ARMED PAIR ROB BURGER KING 

BURGER KING (U.S.) 

ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP PROTESTS BURGER KING 'WHALER' SANDWICH 
GREENPEACE MOVES INLAND 

BURGER KING: BOYCOTT ICELANDIC FILETS! SAVE THE WHALES! (CARTOON) 
BUSINESS BRIEFLY... 

BURGLAR ALARMS 

SEE ALARM SYSTEMS 

BURGLARY 

SEE ROBBERY, DURHAM 
SEE ROBBERY, N.C. 
SEE ROBBERY, U.S. 

BURGLARY RING 

SEE ALSO FENCING (CRIMES) 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM 



H 2 4/09/1988 A 14 P P 



S 2 3/03/1988 C 1 N 
H 2 5/08/1988 B 5 P N 



1 1/28/1988 B 6 
1 2/17/1988 B 18 



H 2 3/07/1988 C 2 N 



S 


2 


4/02/1988 A 


1 


N U82 


S 


2 


7/12/1988 B 


1 


N N06 


H 


2 


7/19/1988 B 


1 


N S51 


S 


2 


7/19/1988 B 


1 P N H70 


S 


2 


7/26/1988 B 


1 


N H70 


S 


2 


7/27/1988 A 


1 


N H70 


S 


2 


8/19/1988 C 


1 


N H70 


S 


2 


8/22/1988 A 


4 


E 



H 2 8/23/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 11/05/1988 A 


1 P N 


CHH 1 7/19/1988 A 


1 P N K25 


CHH 1 8/17/1988 A 


3 P N S17 


H 2 2/02/1988 C 
H 2 2/04/1988 C 


6 N S82 
8 N S82 



S 2 12/29/1988 A 1 N B53 



S 2 1/16/1988 B 1 N 
H 2 1/17/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 5/12/1988 B 1 P N M70 

CHH 1 7/19/1988 A 1 P N M25 

CHH 1 7/20/1988 A 4 T T C50 

H 2 9/08/1988 D 6 N 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



N 


E 


P 


D 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


3 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



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&MS 8p™ 8"Klion in stolen goois 

FrK^STCURTTY^ICERS PLEAD GUILTY TO THEFTS 

cffirt USED CAR DEALER CONVICTED OF THEFT CHARGES 

RANDOLPH raUNTY MANSAYS THIEVES STOLE HIS IDENTITY 

TWONTy. Ctff DEALERS PLEAD GUILTY IN CASE 

THEFTS BRING CHANGES INCAR SALVAGE LAW 

COUARD SENTENCED IN ARMED ROBBKIES 

MANPLEADS GUILTY TO ARMED ROBBERIES, GETS 25 YEARS 

FRANKLINDEPUTIES INVESTIGATING BREAK-INS 

CHA^TTE OFFICER FACES CHARGES IN N.H. 

TUOGET14 YEARS EACH FOR ROBBERIES 

MEN SENTENCED IN ROBBERIES 

HHVin KK^ BREWING 

El S {^MBIBS H^EAK-IN 

UNTlf Hlf «RESt7»BIG HIKE* UAS BELOVED POLICEMAN 

POLICE SAY HMREDS OF AUTO BREAK-INS SOLVED 

BURIALS 

SEE FUNERALS 

BURKE WILLIE Y M 'GRADUATE'S' CASE PROBEDBY ATTY. GEN. 
^ CHARGESIN PHONY OBIT CASE POSSIBLE 

B ^JUdKyS H SOC0LS NOT REQUIRED TO PROVIDEHOHE SERVICES 
BUwt COWrrSBOARD PLANS PRAYER AND PLEDGE 

BURKE'S PEERAGE __„ 

ROYALTY IN THE BUSHES? 

^^FjfALSO DAILY TIMES-+CWS (BURLINGTON, N.C., NEWSPAPER) 
SEE ALSO GOODWILL INDUSTRIES, BURLINGTON 
SEE ALSO MISS BURLINGTON PAGEANT H 

HMMiiHIhh— - 

85M fS«R^IOT«sJ8lTED *ER A SECOND TIME jj 

SgTON fEiUsVy^-^D, HJRTS FIVE « 

HOT-AIR BALLOONS TO RACE AT BURLINGTON H 

rSJSMBURLINGTON COMPLAINS OF ODOR FROM BOG FOODPLANT JJ 

fflcE OWCHWaiPPLAW TO RJILD SHELTER FOR HOMELESS H 

FE& B l^^YHp rv FimAM OUT OF MONEY 

fl^^J^t^m^^*" ™ BRING IN ICLLAR jj 
ISLINGTON TO START COLLECTING LEAVES g 

BURLINGTON PROGRAM TO BE ON TV 

^'alK'bC^^S^RATERRITORIAL AGREEMENT ■ 

"VHIlMINHIiHHni | 

FOUR BURLINGTON BOND ISSUES PASS 
BURLINGTON, N.C., BUDGET 



1/05/1988 

2/27/1988 

4/02/1988 

4/29/1988 

5/03/1988 

5/04/1988 

5/10/1988 

5/31/1988 

6/01/1988 

7/01/1988 

7/08/1988 

7/26/1988 

7/26/1988 

7/28/1988 

8/10/1988 

9/16/1989 

9/17/1988 

9/26/1988 

9/29/1988 



1 

16 
3 
2 
1 
6 
2 
1 

16 
3 
2 



B 10 
A 9 



N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N S82 

N B53 

N 

N M51 

N B53 

N 

N 

N M51 



H 1 8/03/1988 BUN 

H 2 9/07/1988 C 6 N 

H 2 9/02/1988 C 3 N 

H 2 12/14/1988 DUN 

H 2 7/11/1988 A 4 E 



1/21/1988 D 
2/02/1988 A 
2/03/1988 C 
2/04/1988 B 
2/05/1988 C 
2/25/1988 B 
3/01/1988 B 
3/04/1988 C 
4/01/1988 C 
5/05/1988 B 
5/17/1988 C 
5/19/1988 B 
5/22/1988 B 
6/18/1988 C 
6/24/1988 C 
7/25/1983 A 
7/27/1988 B 
9/07/1988 C 
9/09/1988 C 
10/15/1988 C 
10/15/1988 C 



6 

11 
1 
1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

3 

2 

3 

1 

1 

3 

1 

7 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



N 

N 
N 

N H60 
N H60 
N 
N 

N 046 
N 
N 
N 
N 
» P 

N 

N 
? P 

N 

N T35 

N H60 

N 

M 



K30 



1 11/16/1988 C 1 N T35 



1 7/23/1988 C 
1 9/03/1988 C 
1 10/07/1988 C 
1 11/10/1988 C 



1 N H60 

1 N H60 

1 N H60 

1 N 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, BUDGET 
BURLINGTON WANTS CRUISING CURBED CLOSE TO HOSPITAL 
NEU BURLINGTON BUDGET KEEPS 50-CENT TAX RATE 

BURLINGTON, N.C., BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., TOURISM 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

SOLARS STORE LEAVING DOWNTOWN BURLINGTON 

NEU BURLINGTON BANK MAY OPEN IN JUNE 

STEVENS DIVISION HEADQUARTERS WILL BE IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON FIRM HOPES PROCESS SHAKES UP TAPE WORLD 

BURLINGTON ECONOMIC FACE GETS LIFT 

$1 MILLION COMMERCIAL, RETAIL CENTER PLANNED IN BURLINGTON 

HEARING BEGINS ON BURLINGTON BANK APPLICATION 

COMPANY RELOCATING TO BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON WILL GET WAL-MART 

CHATHAM DOG FOOD BRAND SOLD; PLANT SHUT IN BURLINGTON 

COUPLE TAKES WEDDING TO FELLOW EMPLOYEES AT DEPARTMENT STORE 

BURLINGTON, N.C., CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., CABLE TELEVISION 
BURLINGTON PROGRAM TO BE ON TV 

BURLINGTON, N.C., CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM 

JAN. MEETINGS SET ON BURLINGTON CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM 

BURLINGTON, N.C., CHRISTMAS PARADE 

CHRISTMAS PARADE TO ROLL SATURDAY IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON, N.C., DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT 

SELLARS STORE LEAVING DOWNTOWN BURLINGTON 

MAIN STREET PROGRAM EYED FOR DOWNTOWN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON ECONOMIC FACE GETS LIFT 

BURLINGTON WANTS CRUISING CURBED CLOSE TO HOSPITAL 

BURLINGTON IS ONE OF 5 TOWNS JOINING MAIN STREET PROGRAM 

BURLINGTON EYES REOPENING DOWNTOWN MALL TO VEHICLES 

BURLINGTON, N.C., ELECTIONS 

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

♦7.5 MILLION BOND ISSUE GOOD BET FOR BURLINGTON 

PUBLIC HEARING TUESDAY IN BURLINGTON ON $7.5 MILLION BOND REFERENDUM 

MONDAY IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE ON BURLINGTON'S BOND ISSUE 

FOUR BURLINGTON BOND ISSUES PASS 

BURLINGTON, N.C., GARBAGE COLLECTION 
COLLECTION CHANGES 

BURLINGTON, N.C., GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
*1 MILLION COMMERCIAL, RETAIL CENTER PLANNED IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON, N.C., INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
COMPANY RELOCATING TO BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON, N.C., LOCAL OPTION ELECTION 
SEE BURLINGTON, N.C., ELECTIONS 

BURLINGTON, N.C., LOOP ROAD 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY URBAN AREA THOROUGHFARE PLAN 
THOROUGHFARE PLAN DEFENDED AT HEARING 

BURLINGTON, N.C., MAYOR'S OFFICE 

JOHN S. 'JACK' MAY, FORMER MAYOR OF BURLINGTON, DIES 

BURLINGTON, N.C., ORDINANCES 

BURLINGTON PUTTING BRAKES ON CRUISING 



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



H 1 5/18/1988 C 1 N T35 
H 1 6/08/1988 BIN 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


1 1/16/1988 C 
1 1/27/1988 C 

1 2/06/1988 B 
3 2/25/1988 B 

2 2/26/1988 A 

1 3/04/1988 C 

2 3/23/1988 A 
1 4/19/1988 B 

1 5/31/1988 B 

2 8/13/1988 C 
1 12/20/1988 C 


1 N T35 
1 N HAO 

1 N H60 

2 N 

9 N H60 
1 N T35 
14 N H60 
1 N H60 
1 N 
1 N 
1 P N 


H 


1 10/15/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 12/30/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 11/18/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


1 1/16/1988 C 

1 2/18/1988 B 

2 2/26/1988 A 
1 5/18/1988 C 
1 6/03/1988 C 
1 12/14/1988 C 


1 

1 
9 
1 

1 
1 


N T35 
N 

N H60 
N T35 
N H60 
N 



H 1 7/23/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 9/03/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 10/07/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 11/10/1988 C 1 N 



H 1 5/27/1988 C 1 N 

H 1 3/04/1988 C 1 N T35 

H 1 4/19/1988 B 1 N H60 

H 1 7/01/1988 C 1 N T35 

H 2 8/22/1988 B 6 

H 1 7/20/1988 B 1 N T35 



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BURLINGTON POLICE ENFORCING LAW TO CURB CRUISING 
BURLINGTON, N.C.. OUTLET STORES 

^OUTLET 'fflSiPHlBW HAS SEEN CHANGES IN PAST DECADE 
BURLINGTON, N.Cm SHOPPINGCENTERS 

^fNGT^U^i^-^T 

""■ WiTION'fiRWMTO THOROUGHFARE PLAN IN WEST BURLINGTON 

^SEeTsO SSMk cSSBr, M.C., TAX RATE 

S ^BURLINGTON BUDGET KEEPS 50-CENT TAX RATE 

^WfcTON'wANTfcRUISING CURBED CLOSE TO HOSPITAL 

""Sift H^iNG^^DTKaNGTON ON *7.5 MILLION BOND REFERENDUM 
FOUR BURLINGTON BOND ISSUES PASS 

^SS fjSt ^BURLINGTON ZONING EXPANSION 
ffiSs^TNFKS IN COUNTY SCHOOLS CASE 

^MWmUNICIPAL AIRPORT 

m WJSS^SS& FAIR COMING UP THIS WEEKEND 

^ WrKn BOYsVr HILL DODCORE AT WHITE HOUSE 
RENOWNED CHOIR SINGS AT THE ZOO 
ZOOPROGRAM FEATURES BOY CHOIR 

BURLINGTON CAROUSEL FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO CAROUSELS 

%JRLI^TON T CA&L , FESTIVAL TO FEATURE VARIED DISPLAYS 
SwiNBTON CmBEL FESTIVAL LINES UP JOHN (mEE, FIREFALL 

Sands expected Saturday for annual carousel festival 
carousel festival merry time for kids 

^SE^^S^N.^^RISTMAS P*ADE 
BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL 

J&tfSK 1 ™ lira m uumtw mm anmm 

UMnNBAtaanft «. 

BURLINCTONMG FOOD PLANT TO CLOSE DOWN FOR CLEANUP 

HMnMMI nknNW 

ffiNCTON COUNCIL EXPLORES JOINING PIEDMONT TRIAD 



S I T 

N E ELY 

p D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 1 8/09/1988 B 1 N 



H 1 6/14/1988 B 1 N 

H 1 5/31/1988 B 1 N 

H 1 2/23/1988 B 1 N H60 

H 1 6/18/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 6/08/1988 B 1 N 

H 1 5/18/1988 C 1 N T35 

H 1 9/03/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 11/10/1988 C 1 N 

H 2 1/06/1988 B 6 N 

H 1 1/20/1988 B 1 NT35 

H 1 5/31/1988 BIN 

H 1 8/17/1988 B 1 N T35 

H 1 3/15/1988 B 1 N H60 

H 1 12/13/1988 C 1 N H60 

S 2 12/15/1988 D 5 N 

H 2 12/16/1988 D 5 F 



H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 



H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 



8/20/1988 C 
8/25/1988 B 
9/14/1988 B 
9/17/1988 C 
9/19/1988 C 



1/06/1988 B 
1/20/1988 B 
2/04/1988 B 
3/03/1988 B 
3/05/1988 C 
3/19/1988 C 
4/07/1988 B 
5/18/1988 C 
6/18/1988 C 
7/01/1988 C 
7/20/1988 B 
8/17/1988 B 
9/07/1988 C 



N H60 
N H60 
N H60 
N H60 
P N T33 



6 


N 


1 


N T35 


1 


N H60 


1 


N T35 


1 


N H60 


1 


N 


1 


N T35 


1 


N T35 


3 


N 


3 


N 


1 


N T35 


1 


N T35 


1 


N T35 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



BURLINGTON AWARDS CONTRACT FOR DAN 

BURLINGTON EYES REOPENING DOWNTOWN MALL TO VEHICLES 

JAN. MEETINGS SET ON BURLINGTON CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., BUDGET 
NEW BURLINGTON BUDGET KEEPS SO-CENT TAX RATE 

BURLINGTON CITY PARK 

BLAST! BOOM! IT'S HALLOWEEN! 

BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOL BOARD 

BURLINGTON SCHOOLS SUING OVER ASBESTOS 

BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOLS 

BURLINGTON SCHOOLS SUING OVER ASBESTOS 

SETTLEMENT MAY END SUIT OVER ASBESTOS 

BURLINGTON SCHOOLS GET $835,000 IN SETTLEMENT 

1987 NATIONAL TEACHER OF YEAR JOINS ELON COLLEGE FACULTY 

APPLICATIONS BEING TAKEN FOR AFTER-SCHOOL DAY CARE 

BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOLS, SUPERINTENDENT 

RULING ON SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS NOT AFFECTING DISTRICTS IN TRIANGLE 

BURLINGTON COAT FACTORY 

RULING ON DISCOUNT TRADE CRITICIZED 

BURLINGTON COMMUNITY BLOCK RENT GRANT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 
BURLINGTON TO GIVE TOURS OF COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS 

BURLINGTON FIRE DEPT. 

FULL-TIME FIREMEN STILL HOT TOPIC IN ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE BOARD REVERSES VOTE ON FIREFIGHTER FUNDS 
BURLINGTON FOLKS GIVE OPINIONS ON CITY SERVICES 
TWO CHILDREN DIE IN BURLINGTON FIRE 
TWO CHILDREN DIE IN BURLINGTON FIRE 
ALAMANCE PANEL STARTS WORK ON FIRE DEPARTMENT FUNDING 
ALAMANCE WILL PAY TO MAN SOME FIRE STATIONS 
TWO-ALARM BLAZE IN BURLINGTON DOES U MILLION DAMAGE 

BURLINGTON FURNITURE 

J. ALVIN PHILPOTT, RETIRED BURLINGTON FURNITURE PRESIDENT 

BURLINGTON HOLDINGS INC. 

BURLINGTON HOLDINGS SAYS EARNINGS UP 

BURLINGTON INDIANS 

INDIANS WIN OPENER 

INDIANS WIN SECOND 

B-INDIANS CAPTURE FIFTH STRAIGHT 

AFTER 8 HOURS, BURLINGTON FALLS IN 27 INNINGS 

BURLINGTON TOPS PULASKI 

BURLINGTON DUMPS CUBS 

OLIVA'S HOMER PACES TWINS 

ODOR SHINES FOR INDIANS 

INDIANS TOP PRINCETON 

PRINCETON CUTS BURLINGTON'S LEAD 

PULASKI WHIPS BURLINGTON 

BRISTOL WINS, 5-1 

INDIANS TOP BRAVES 

PULASKI DOWNS INDIANS 

INDIANS RIP WYTHEVILLE 

BURLINGTON WINS 

TWINS EDGE INDIANS 

INDIANS NIP METS 

KINGSPORT BLANKS BURLINGTON, 6-0 

INDIANS WIN 9-5 

BURLINGTON WINS 

KINGSPORT TOPS INDIANS 



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



H 2 11/16/1988 C 
H 1 12/14/1988 C 
H 1 12/30/1988 C 



2 N 
1 N 
1 N H60 



1 6/08/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 10/28/1988 D 8 P F C19 



H 1 2/09/1988 B 1 N 



H 1 2/09/1988 B 1 N 

H 1 6/04/1988 B 1 N 

H 1 6/09/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 7/07/1988 B 1 P N H60 

H 2 8/27/1988 C 



N 



H 2 6/21/1988 B 12 N 
H 2 5/04/1988 B 6 N 

H 1 4/02/1988 C 1 N 



H 


1 2/19/1988 C 


2 


N H60 


H 


1 3/15/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 3/19/198S C 


1 


N 


H 


2 3/31/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 3/31/1988 B 


1 P N 


H 


1 4/08/1988 C 


1 


N R60 


H 


1 5/18/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 10/01/1988 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


2 4/08/1988 C 


2 






H 2 2/19/1988 B 7 N 



H 


2 


6/20/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/21/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/24/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


6/26/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/02/1988 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/04/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/05/1V88 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/18/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/19/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/25/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/31/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


8/01/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


8/02/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


8/04/1988 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/05/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/06/1988 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/08/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


8/09/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/10/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/11/1988 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/13/1988 D 


2 


N 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



Y S U B J E 



INDIANS LOSE ONE, GIV€ ONE AUAY 
INDIANS TOP PHILLIES 
INDIANS FALL IN 10 
INDIANS FALL nn „ 

BULLS, INDIANS RAJNCD OUT 
INDIANS LOSE PLAYOFF GAME 
METS BOUNCE BURLINGTON 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 

BURLINGTON TO SELL UNITTO JAPANESE 

KK^R^IN^RETIRB ) TEXTILE INDUSTRY EXECUTIVE. DIES 
BRt TNGTON SOLS OFF EUROPEAN HOLDINGS 

Sll=i : AT^?^ ST bOM DOW 
BuK^nSiES SELLING MREj OPERATIONS 
I»^ ^INIW S^CTILL PLAOE TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

^TE^LfS'H 7 ^^S S B^ I frDUST 

EsTwter^lX^^^^s 

^ I KNG 1 r?ffi!^?s«^ N ui 

"WW1BJBB* dowtoun nrlington 

^ I Sp^A?i^SaSY **ES BURLINGTON VISIT 

^SetWA sou™- 

M ^gaSB : yS T 6M OPINIO ON Cm SERVICES 
ESCAPEE FROM BURLINGTON CAUGHT IN GEORGIA 1TCTur 
BUra^TONPOLICE ENFORCING LAW TO CURB CRUISING 

"^SSlV^H^SSS^, N.C., NEWSPtfES) 
^KSSSS^.SfL C^NT^&ED IN BURLINGTON 



HAS SEEN CHANGES IN PAST DECADE 



r T S PAGE 230 
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S I T 


M 


E ELY 


P 


D —DATE— C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 8/17/1988 B 3 N 


H 


2 8/18/1988 D 2 N 


H 


2 8/19/1988 B 2 N 


H 


2 8/27/1988 D 2 N 


H 


2 8/30/1988 B 4 N 


H 


2 8/31/1988 D 2 N 


H 


2 9/01/1988 D 5 N 


H 


2 12/02/1988 B 3 N 


H 


1 2/06/1988 B 1 N H60 


H 


2 2/24/1988 B 3 N 


H 


2 2/25/1988 D 5 C N 


H 


2 2/29/1988 A 1 P N 


H 


2 3/24/1988 D 12 N 


s 


2 4/07/1988 C 6 C N 


H 


1 4/19/1988 B 1 N T33 


H 


2 4/25/1988 A 11 N 


s 


2 4/25/1988 A 6 N 


H 


2 4/29/1988 B 9 N 


H 


2 6/07/1988 A 16 N 


H 


2 6/24/1988 A 1 N CM 


H 


2 7/22/1988 C 1 P N W29 


s 


2 7/22/1988 C 1 P P K30 


s 


2 9/13/1988 B 16 N 


H 


2 9/22/1988 D 7 N 


s 


2 11/07/1988 C 12 N 


H 


2 12/01/1988 D 5 N 


H 


2 3/07/1988 C 2 N 


H 


2 10/12/1988 A 12 N 


H 


2 2/19/1988 B 7 N 


H 


1 2/18/1988 B 1 N 


H 


1 9/27/1988 C 1 P N T35 


H 


1 6/14/1988 B 1 N 



H 1 3/19/1988 C 1 N 
H 2 4/12/1988 A 11 N 
H 1 8/09/1988 B 1 N 



BURMA 



'THE FILIPINOS AND KOREANS SHOtO US THE UAY. 



(CARTOON) 



H 1 3/04/1988 C 1 N T35 



2 8/18/1988 A 4 T T R56 



BURN CARE ^^ 
SEE ALSO BURN CENTER, 



N.C. JAYCEES 



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


ID BURNS TO YOUNG, ELDERLY PEOPLE 


S 2 12/14/1988 C 2 U 



BURN CENTER, N.C. JAYCEES 
SEE ALSO BURN CARE 
SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

2-YEAR-OLD DIES IN MAYSVILLE FIRE 

BURNOUT, BIKINIS BACK AT UNC FRAT 

NEW BERN EMPLOYEE SERIOUSLY INJURED BY ELECTRIC SHOCK 

BURN VICTIMS 

SEE ALSO IMMOLATION 
SEE ALSO WIFE BURNING 

MAN BURNED WHEN BARREL EXPLODES 

VANCE COUNTY WOMAN DIES OF BURNS 

FLASH FIRE FATAL TO TWO WORKERS 

PERSON COUNTY MAN INJURED IN FIRE 

2-YEAR-OLD DIES IN MAYSVILLE FIRE 

AUTOPSY BEING DONE ON BURNED INFANT 

WASH EXPLODES, 2 MEN FLEE LAUNDROMAT 

BOY DIES IN ROXBORO FIRE; BABY SAVED 

BLAZE KILLS 4-YEAR-OLD 

BADLY BURNED YOUTH AWARDED $9.6 MILLION 

BURLINGTON FIRE VICTIM IS IN SERIOUS CONDITION 

ARSON CHARGE FOLLOWS FIRE IN EAST DURHAM 

BURN VICTIM TO FACE ARSON, EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGES 

POLICE SAY MAN BURNED GIRLFRIEND 

KRESS REMAINS IN SERIOUS CONDITION 

POLICE LOG/KRESS STILL IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

TWO TEENS BURIED IN EXPLOSION 

BURNED BODY FOUND IN PICKUP TRUCK 

CHILD BURNED IN KITCHEN ACCIDENT 

VANCE MAN BURNED IN FIRE AT HOME 

EFLAND MAN SEVERELY BURNED 

GREASE FIRE BURNS GOOCH ROAD WOMAN 

BURNING PERMITS 

SEE ALSO FIRES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO FOREST FIRES, DURHAM 

BURNING BANNED IN WESTERN COUNTIES 

BURNING BAN LIFTED 

BAN ON BURNING LIFTED IN 24 COUNTIES 

TONIGHT'S STORMS MAY BRING CHILL, HAIL, GUSTS 

BURNING BAN EXTENDED IN N.C. 

80 N.C. COUNTIES UNDER BURNING BAN 

BURNING BAN LIFTED IN MUCH OF STATE 



H 2 3/01/1988 B 16 N 
H 2 4/08/1988 C 4 P N K65 
H 2 10/01/1988 B 6 N 



H 


2 


1/08/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


1/14/1988 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 


2/15/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


1 


2/16/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/01/1988 B 


16 


N 


H 


2 


3/09/1988 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


4/05/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


4/08/1988 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 


4/08/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


6/10/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


1 


7/06/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/02/1988 A 


1 M N M51 


S 


2 


8/02/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


9/12/1988 A 


13 


N 


CHH 1 


9/24/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/30/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/18/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


1 


10/18/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/21/1988 t 


11 


N 


H 


1 


11/04/1988 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 12/03/1988 A 


2 


N 


S 


2 12/30/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


3/24/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/26/1988 D 


7 


N 


H 


2 


4/05/1988 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 


4/06/1988 A 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 


5/03/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 


5/05/1988 A 


21 


N 



BURNING SPEAR (BAND) 

BURNING SPEAR! REGGAE RITUAL 

BURNOUT 

SEE ALSO STRESS 
AUTHOR SAYS DISILLUSIONMENT, NOT STRESS, 
IS BURNOUT A COPOUT? 



'BURNS OUT' PASTORS 






BURROUGHS WELLCOME 

SEE ALSO WELLCOME FOUNDATION LTD. 
NINE PHARMACEUTICAL, CHEMICAL COMPANIES FORM TRADE GROUP 
FIRMS FORM STATEWIDE TRADE GROUP 
CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY 

DURHAM'S 2ND BEST WESTERN SCHEDULED FOR SUMMER 
PATENT ON ACT APPROVED (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-12-88) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
RTP'S AGENT STEPS DOWN BUT NOT OUT 
BURROUGHS WELLCOME BUYS CRS SIRRINE'S PARK PROPERTY 
1987 SALARIES INCHED UPWARD IN SOUTH 
CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY 
STUDY SHOWS ACT SHRINKS AIDS VIRUS 

3-DAY SEMINAR AT UNC TO GIVE TIPS ON RAISING CAPITAL BY SELLING STOCK 
ARTICLES ARTICLES 
PARK COMPANY GIVES $50,000 TO WUNC-FM 






H 2 10/21/1988 D 6 P F L37 



H 2 8/25/1988 D 4 N 
H 2 8/28/1988 D 4 E 



H 


2 


2/03/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


13 


N W82 


H 


2 


2/04/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


2/08/1988 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/10/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/12/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/14/1988 D 


1 M N M97 


H 


2 


2/17/1988 B 


11 


N R80 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


2/25/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


2/26/1988 C 


14 


N 


S 


2 


3/05/1988 A 


3 


N W82 


S 


2 


3/10/1988 D 


11 


N G59 


H 


2 


3/18/1988 C 


2 


N 



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Y SU6JE 



RS» JWM&. AIDS POLICIES 

W^S^^S FOR AIDS HOUSE TO SERVE SOUTHEAST 
fflRATIONS^O TO HELP FINANCE AIDS PATIENTS' HOME 
AIDSWHE WLL^OW DURHAM'S COMPASSION 
RESIDENCE FOR AIDS VICTIMS WORTHY GOAL 

^SJS^SSk'^S^ STUDY 

flHUnB SsWWB Mhl PHARMACEUTICALS... (CARTOON) 

ffp^ %8fi WKlCITY ON WELLBUTRIN 
A^S SakWIxT&ALTH UORKERS 

S^ToWdE Wv^^ TESTS IN SPACE 

K^S^cSI SS4 &1TH T THIS DISCOVERY EXPERMHT 
BURTOU»€ WELLCOME MAKES UNC DONATION 
a^^CRfflfn^-^^-IH-SPACE STUDY 
SLOUGHS WELLCOME GIVES $20,000 

UArTdEDICATION TURN HER WORLD AROUND ^ 

NOBELWINNERS SURPRISED, AS PLANKED 

ra¥wK™ME&AS REAL PRIZE 
N0BEL%REATET0 DONATE MONEY TO CHARITY 

VBKKKV^WKV^ * li^s 

NOBEL HMTO HAVE LONG-TERM REUTIONSHIP „,„_ 
N^tSy^SI«LLCOME AIDS DRUG'S EFFECTIVENESS 
UNC NEWS BRIEFS 

UNC, BURROUGHS WELLCOME CREATE FELLOWSHIP 

RURROUGHS WELLCOME, EMPLOYEES 
BURW K)UGt« ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS. 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS 

BURROUGHS WELCWfATHLETES WIN 

SERVICES HELP WORKERS COPE 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME, SCHOLARSHIPS i FELLOWSHIPS 

^fflffigg K«,, record growth 

^^oSfe ISMS PROGR* = 
M^CO^SGIFTBroSTS ™ATION^ RECORD GROWTH 

fe'AT^^^ISE^sKMi^TY^INESS VENTURES 



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I T 


N E E 


L Y 


p D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 2 4/14/1988 A 


1 N U82 


H 2 4/15/1988 B 


4 N 


H 2 4/15/1988 C 


1 N 


S 2 4/15/1988 A 


1 P N W82 


H 2 4/16/1988 C 


2 N 


S 2 4/16/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 4/23/1988 A 


4 E 


S 2 4/23/1988 A 


1 N W82 


S 2 4/29/1988 A 


4 L 


S 2 5/03/1988 A 


1 N H70 


H 2 5/06/1988 A 


1 N C60 


H 2 5/08/1988 B 


5 P N 


H 2 5/09/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


S 2 5/11/1988 C 


1 N W82 


S 2 5/16/1988 A 


3 M . 


H 2 5/27/1988 C 


1 N C60 


H 2 6/02/1988 D 


8 N 


H 2 6/12/1988 C 


7 P A 


CHH 1 6/23/1988 A 


3 U L41 


H 2 6/24/1988 B 


4 P N M02 


S 2 6/29/1988 A 


12 U 


S 2 6/29/1988 B 


1 D F G59 


H 2 7/04/1988 A 


12 N 


S 2 7/27/1988 C 


2 N 


H 2 8/01/1988 A 


1 N 


H 2 9/02/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 9/13/1988 A 


8 N 


S 2 9/24/1988 A 


3 P U U82 


H 2 9/28/1988 A 


1 F N C60 


CHH 1 9/30/1988 A 


11 N 


H 2 10/11/1988 A 


1 C N C60 


H 2 10/12/1988 A 


1 N C60 


H 2 10/12/1988 B 


8 N 


S 2 10/17/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


H 2 10/18/1988 A 


1 P N C60 


H 2 10/18/1988 A 


1 P N K65 


H 2 10/18/1988 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 10/18/1988 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 10/18/1988 A 


4 E 


S 2 10/18/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 10/19/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 2 10/20/1988 C 


1 N C60 


H 2 10/22/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 10/24/1988 A 


1 N C60 


S 2 10/27/1988 C 


1 P N F53 


S 2 10/29/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 11/05/1988 A 


1 P N 


S 2 11/24/1988 A 


12 N 


H 2 11/25/1988 A 


1 N C60 


CHH 1 12/06/1988 A 


7 N 


S 2 12/10/1988 A 


3 N 


H 2 12/15/1988 B 


2 N 


H 2 12/15/1988 C 


3 N 



S 2 2/27/1988 A 8 P N 

S 2 3/19/1988 A 8 N 

H 2 5/24/1988 B 5 N 

CHH 1 6/10/1988 A 3 N K65 



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S 
H 
H 
S 



2 7/18/1988 A 1 
2 7/20/1988 B 16 



2/06/1988 A 
3/21/1988 A 
7/20/1988 B 
7/21/1988 B 
7/23/1988 B 



3 P 
7 
16 
4 
7 



N M06 
N 

N U82 
N 
N 
N 
N W82 



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SUBJECTS 



UNIVERSITY INN JOINS BEST WESTERN CHAIN 
DUKE'S TIP RECEIVES $16,000 
GOLDBERG NAKED TO BURROUGHS PANEL 

BURTON SCHOOL 

CHILD INJURES FINGER AT SCHOOL 

BURWELL SCHOOL 

HILLSBOROUGH GROUP SETS ELIZABETHAN AFTERNOON SUNDAY 

BUS DRIVERS 

SEE ACCIDENTS, BUSES 
SEE BUSES, U.S. 
SEE DURHAM, N.C., BUSES 
SEE GREYHOUND BUS LINE 
SEE SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 
SEE TRAILUAYS BUS 

BUS SAFETY 

SEE ACCIDENTS, BUSES 

SEE ACCIDENTS, SCHOOL BUSES 

BUS SYSTEM, N.C. 
SEE BUSES, N.C. 

BUSCH GARDENS 

BUSCH GARDENS READIES TO OPEN EASTER WEEKEND 
VA. 4TH! FIFES, DRUMS & EHNYLOU 

BUSES, DURHAM 

SEE DURHAM, N.C, BUSES 

BUSES', N.C. 

BUS, TRAIN SEARCHES GOOD ANTI-DRUG WEAPON 
BRINGING BACK THE PAST 

STATE SEEKS $77,000 GRANT FOR TRIANGLE BUS SYSTEM 
PLANS FOR BUS LINK BACK IN GEAR; GULLEY DUBIOUS 
FEDERAL GRANT SPARKS REGIONAL BUS SERVICE ADS 

BUSES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO DOUBLE-DECKER BUSES 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, BUSES 
SEE ALSO SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S., BUSING 

truckers: put brakes on DRUG test IDEA 

BUSH CREEK SUBDIVISION 

BUSH CREEK SUBDIVISION PROPOSAL TO RECEIVE SECOND REVIEW MONDAY 

BUSH CREEK VOTE TABLED IN CHATHAM 

CHATHAM COMMISSIONERS DENY SUBDIVISION PLAN, 3-2 

VOTE ON SUBDIVISION REVERSED IN CHATHAM 

BUSH INSTITUTE FOR CHILD AND FAMILY POLICY 
SEE UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL BUSH INSTITUTE 

BUSHES 

SEE ALSO GARDENING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TREES 
WADING INTO THE JOB 



BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUBS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMAN'S 
SEE ALSO N.C FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, CAREERS 

CAREER WOMEN TO BE HONORED 

NEW OFFICERS 

CLUB PRESENTS WOMAN OF YEAR AWARD 



CLUB 



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2 9/06/1988 A 
2 11/18/1988 C 
2 12/31/1988 C 



2 2/11/1988 C 1 N 
2 5/19/1988 A 22 N 



2 3/11/1988 D 
2 7/01/1988 D 



9 P F C19 
8 P F C19 



s 


2 


2/20/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


3/04/1988 C 


3 P P 


H 


2 


6/11/1988 C 


6 N 


s 


2 


7/27/1988 C 


1 N W82 


s 


2 


9/01/1988 A 


1 N U82 



H 2 6/12/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 1/24/1988 A 14 N 080 

H 3 1/26/1988 C 1 N M10 

H 3 2/16/1988 B 1 N M10 

H 3 3/15/1988 B 1 N M10 



H 2 5/18/1988 C 1 P P L38 



H 2 1/07/1988 B 7 N 
S 2 2/05/1988 C 3 P P K30 
H 1 10/20/1988 C 1 N 



BUSINESS CONSULTING GROUP 



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SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 
WM STUDENTS OFFER FREE BUSINESS ADVICE 
MBA STUDENTS GET CLIENTS 

"^SiSafilf mnm in c«apel hill softens-developer 
^I^ITKss executes umrwTi 

SFF ALSO SkEUNIV. EXECUTIVE MBA UEEKEND 
H ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUOJA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

H SHo STof^cS HILL SCHOOL OF EASINESS 
SE DESPITE L «ALL STREET ^BUSINESS SCHOOLS THRIVING 

ffii^lliS^^^ g« ™*" ™™ 
PROJECT TO TEACH TEENS PRACTICAL ECONOMICS CLASS 

Jffil^S^fuNC BUSINESS SCHOOLS W10NG TOP 10 IN THE NATION 

"i^ffiu™ IN BUSINESS 

SE ^NDrS E 0PEi **LD OF CORPORATE BUSINESS TO TEEN • AMBASSADORS' 
KlTE^COlJjffiMINAL TALKS ETHICS WITH STUDENTS 
MBAS: NO LOCKS ON ETHICS 

"SSSfSKS EDUCATION __ 

1 II ^%^SSI ^r£&usiness executes, 

^y^S^ExSr!^ TOP 1987 TAR HEEL SALARY DERBY 

BLACKS TOLD HARD WORK KEY TO SUCCESS 

RUNNING INTERFERENCE 

SE M M^'fOP BLACK EXECUTIVE 
BUSINESS EXECUTIVES, SALARIES 

S ^^ S NGwSlT*0RG^I2ATI0NS TAKE HOME AROND *40,000 A YEAR 

^^^ffiSfLDERi'to 1 ^ OFF AT HOME FEST '88 EXHIBIT 
BUSINESS FOUNDATION ELECTS NEU OFFICERS 

BUSINESS INCUBATORS ATm 

SEE HIGH TECHNOLOGY INCUBATOR 
SEE INCUBATORi FACILITIES PROGRAM 
SEE SMALL BUSINESS INCUBATOR 

BUSINESS INDEX, N.C. AND SOUTHEAST (UACHOVIA) 
f^INESS ACTIVITY UP DESPITE NOV. XCLINE 
NX. BUSINESS UP IN DECEMBER 

BUSINESS LAU 

SE PRCTOTI6N , URGED FOR DIRECTORS OF CORPORATIONS 

BUSINESS LOANS 



H 2 8/24/1988 B 5 N D80 
H 2 9/05/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 3/10/1988 B 1 P N B81 



S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/18/1988 
1/18/1988 
2/07/1988 
3/05/1988 
3/31/1988 
5/02/1988 
7/27/1988 
7/30/1988 B 
8/19/1988 A 
9/29/1988 B 
11/30/1988 B 



C 
C 
B 
C 
A 
A 
B 



1 
1 

10 
1 
4 

22 
1 
1 
3 
1 

16 



N W82 
N U82 
N 
N 
E 
N 

N J40 
N U82 
' N S17 
N B60 
N C47 



CHH 1 8/19/1988 ft 3 P N S17 
CHH 1 11/18/1988 A 3 P N L90 
H 2 12/08/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 
CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 



5/17/1988 B 
6/20/1988 A 
7/25/1988 C 
7/30/1988 A 
10/15/1988 A 



9 N 
7 P N 
10 N 
1 P N S17 
4 E 



H 2 2/28/1988 D 12 P N J20 



H 2 9/11/1988 D 11 N 

S 2 4/16/1988 A 3 P N W82 
H 2 4/24/1988 B 12 N 



1/10/1988 B 7 P U L41 
2/07/1988 B 8 C N 



H 2 1/31/1988 B 1 



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see also interest rates 
see also loan applications 
heritage square late on county taxes, city loan s 

business: north Carolina (magazine) 

public companies in triangle among state's largest h 

business park zone 

see also industrial development, n.c. 

see also research and development parks 

see also zoning laws 
planners oppose campground plan s 

'unrestricted industrial' zoning eyed s 

planners delay action on rezoning industrial land s 

planners favor zone for a business park s 

business schools 
see business education 

business week (magazine) 

despite wall street uoes, business schools thriving s 

ad section in magazine touts n.c. h 

duke, unc ratings high as business school leaders s 

magazine ranks duke, unc business schools among top 10 in the nation h 

businesses, black-owned 
see black-owned businesses 

businesses, chapel hill 
see chapel hill, n.c, businesses 

businesses, durham 

see also better business bureau 

see also black-owned businesses 

see also businesses, small 

see also christmas, sales 

see also clerks, durham 

see also council for entrepreneurial development 

see also duke univ. fuqua school of business 

see also durham business and professional chain 

see also durham business volunteer council 

see also ehtrepreneurialship 

see also internships 

see also minority business development agency 

see also minority business enterprise program 

see also private sector initiative program 

see also public-private cooperative ventures 

see also raleigh/durham airport, businesses 

see also retail sales, durham 
glaxo releases timetable for research park expansions s 

de loatche among largest shareholders at home su. h 

american airlines, fuqua to sponsor 'venture '88' s 

business briefing h 

food, shovels, beer disappear fast as triangle residents storm stores h 
move over dad— rambo annihilates snow-bound h 

glaxo gets ok for oral antibiotic s 

business activity up despite nov. decline h 

office space in durham is filling up h 

glaxo signs agreement to build computer network s 

business briefing h 

allenton opens new sales office s 

durham shares as movie firms spend in n.c. h 

top u.s. markets etch solid jump in home prices h 

2 firms to offer plans at forum s 

we're honoring martin luther king, jr. (ad) h 

business briefing h 

development may cost downtown parking s 

rti 'bridges' program focuses on education in developing nations s 
move over yuppies, advertisers have begun targeting a new 'tween' market h 
rti awards $2.1 million subcontract to acurex corp. s 



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2 6/23/1988 A 1 N H70 
2 5/15/1988 C 14 P N 



2 2/27/1988 C 1 N M06 

2 2/27/1988 C 1 N M06 

2 3/02/1988 A 15 N M06 

2 5/03/1988 C 1 N M06 



2 1/18/1988 C 1 N W82 

2 9/29/1988 C 7 N 

2 11/22/1988 A 1 N S78 

2 11/30/1988 B 16 N C47 



1/02/1988 A 
1/03/1988 B 
1/04/1988 A 
1/07/1988 D 
1/08/1988 A 
1/09/1988 A 
1/09/1988 A 
1/10/1988 B 
1/10/1988 F 
1/11/1988 A 
1/14/1988 D 
1/16/1988 A 
1/17/1988 B 



1/17/1988 
1/18/1988 
1/18/1988 
1/21/1988 
1/21/1988 
1/23/1988 
1/24/1988 B 
1/25/1988 A 



3 
8 
9 
5 
1 
1 
3 
7 
1 
3 
5 
3 
6 
1 
9 
14 
6 
1 
8 
7 
5 



N W82 
U L41 
N 
N 

N L38 
N S51 
N U82 
U L41 
N 
N 
N 

N W82 
N C60 
N 
N 
A 
N 

Q H70 
N U82 
N 
N 



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NBAS* STARTING SALARIES HIT NEW HIGHS 
Kf&^ffiW'S HIS LAKBgOD VISION 

Bk IW* %^»*™ ™ &T ^ ! ScTO 2 " 2-88 ' 

& B SeSS°WD PrareSSIONftL CHAIN ELECTS ISLER 
BULL DURHAM TOBACCO BRAND WILL BE SOLD 

IHEVVHftllJI*'-- — • - 

MRTNESSyOLUNTEERS READY FOR ARTS FUND DRIVE 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 
GESCAN INTERNATIONAL TO FORM 
nTcTlEADS SOUTHEAST IN NEWTEXTILE JOBS 
yrNTURE»88 TO SELECT 30 COMPANI ES 
BOSSES CAN HELP PROVIDE VOLUNTEERS 

EMPLOY OLDERUORKER UEEK OBSERVED 

grf&SlDA^S ^ffi T Sl OPERATION 

Tia^P^C^KCT^SISTENT 

» P rS^uK°sK PROGRAM GRANTS „ 
affiwWWS CHAPEL HILL STREET BUILDING 
IBM BUILDS NEU LABORATORY cuadtut 

OAXFINK' CADRE POISED TO STRIKE 
nS« OPPOSE NAMING FARKUAY FOR KING mrm> 
FNRTNeSiNG GROUP UILL MOVE TO CAPITAL CENTER 
wS'SwY IS RAPIDLY DRAUING NIGH 

ufry FFU BUSINESSES TESTING FOR DRUGS 
HPME SAVINK i LOAN TO CONVERT TO FDIC 
rS^COMPANY PLANS WAREHOUSE IN MORRISVILLE 
H^CROK REPORTS OPERATING LOSES 
CR^BERKILKS OFF FEELING GOOD PROGRAM 
ORGANON TEKNIKA BUILDS A HOME 
MEDICAL PRODUCTS PREDOMINATE 



H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

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2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 



1/28/1988 A 
1/30/1988 A 
1/31/1988 B 
1/31/1988 B 
1/31/1988 B 



19 
9 
5 
5 
6 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
5 
1 
6 
1 
3 
7 
10 
1 
5 



1/31/1988 

1/31/1988 

2/01/1988 

2/01/1988 

2/03/1988 

2/04/1988 

2/04/1988 

2/04/1988 

2/06/1988 

2/06/1988 .. 

2/07/1988 B 

2/08/1988 C 

2/10/1988 A 

2/11/1988 D 

2/13/1988 A 

2/14/1988 B 

2/15/1988 A 

2/18/1988 D 

2/20/1988 B 

2/21/1988 B 

2/25/1988 D 

2/27/1988 

2/28/1988 

2/29/1988 

3/02/1988 

3/03/1988 

3/05/1988 ,. 

3/06/1988 B 

3/07/1988 A 

3/12/1988 A 

3/13/1988 B 

3/14/1988 B 

3/15/1988 A 

3/17/1988 A 

3/19/1988 A 

3/20/1988 B 

3/20/1988 F 

3/21/1988 A 

3/26/1988 C 

3/26/1988 C 

3/27/1988 B 

3/28/1988 A 

3/28/1988 

3/29/1988 

3/30/1988 

4/01/1988 

4/02/1988 

4/02/1988 

4/03/1988 

4/08/1988 

4/09/1988 

4/10/1988 

4/11/1988 

4/16/1988 .. 

4/17/1988 B 

4/18/1988 A 

4/20/1988 A 

4/23/1988 A 

4/24/1988 B 

4/25/1988 A 

4/27/1988 A 

4/30/1988 A 

5/01/1988 B 

5/01/1988 B 

5/01/1988 B 



P U L41 
P N W82 
P U L41 

N 

N L41 
D N L41 

N L41 
P Q Zll 
P N 

N W82 
P U L41 
P Q L41 
P Q L41 

N 
P N W82 
P U L41 

N 
P Q N36 
P U L41 



9 P N U82 



11 
8 

6 P 
8 P 
8 
5 

8 P 
12 
8 
4 
5 
3 
8 
6 
8 P 

10 F 
6 

11 
1 
8 

11 ( 
1 1 
7 
1 

21 
9 
3 
1 

12 

4 

1 

1 

9 
12 

1 



W82 



U82 



U L41 

N 

N 

N U82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N W82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N C60 

N W82 

; n 

I N 
N 
N 

» N U82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 
P N S92 
P N U82 

N 

N M06 



8 P N U82 
N 
N 

N U82 
N 
N 
N C60 



9 P N W82 



11 
6 

10 
9 
8 
8 
9 



N 
N 

N 
N 

N C60 
N M97 
N R80 



M N T HL 



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PIEDMONT'S PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR WILL SPEAK 

MARTIN TO ADDRESS VENTURE '88 

AT&T'S JOSEPH COLSON TO ADDRESS BANQUET 

UDI INDUSTRIAL PARK ADDS WASTEPAPER-PACKING FIRM 

CHAMBER HONORS 2 DURHAM BUSINESSMEN 

CHAMBER LAUDS ENTREPRENEUR, BUSINESSMAN 

RESTAURANTS JOIN IN BENEFIT FOR HUNGRY 

PUBLIC COMPANIES IN TRIANGLE AMONG STATE'S LARGEST 

OAK CREEK ADDS WOMEN'S FASHION STORE 

STUDENTS BRUSH UP ON BUSINESS LIFE RUNNING THEIR OWN PAINTING COMPANY 

LAKEUOOD CENTER GETS NEVI OWNER 

LAKEWOOD CENTER SOLD: UPGRADING WORK UNDER WAY 

DURHAM FIRMS EARN SAFETY AWARDS 

SOME JOB COMPLAINTS ARE NOT CAPITAL CASES 

GREENERY GROUP AIMS TO MERGE WITH NURSING CENTERS 

RTI EARMARKS $400,000 FOR ON-CAMPUS CHILD CARE 

N.C. TRADERS RECORD $159.5 MILLION SURPLUS 

OFFICE LEASING ACTIVE; VACANCY RATE STILL UP 

DOMINO'S PIZZA REORGANIZES CORPORATE STRUCTURE 

SECURITY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN GIVES FREE TICKETS TO BULLS'... 

DOMINO'S FRANCHISEE REORGANIZES HOLDINGS 

NINTH STREET'S ENO TRADERS HAS OUTDOORS EQUIPMENT 

CHAMBER SAYS DURHAM 'HOT' IN GROWTH, BUSINESS 

STRAYHORN RETIRING AS GENERAL COUNSEL FOR FIRST WACHOVIA CORP. 

OLD HICKORY MOTORS SOLD; MCCURLEY PLANS TO RETIRE 

OLD HICKORY MOTORS SOLD 

MCPHERSON, HCA COME TO TERMS ON DAY-TO-DAY FACILITY OPERATIONS 

DU PONT COMPANY GIVES DUKE $58,000 IN GRANTS 

GROWTH OF PRINT SHOP GALLOPING; LONG-TERM OUTLOOK CALLED KEY 

2 GROUPS TO HONOR HAMMONDS 

DURHAM WOMAN WINS DIAMOND RING 

BANKER SAYS RULES STIFLING INDUSTRY 

N.C. BUILDERS EMPLOYING MORE WORKERS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BEAUTIFICATION AWARD 

CHAMBER ELECTS NEW PRESIDENT 

SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS BUCK TREND; DEPOSITS INCREASE 

ONE OF THEIR VIDEO PRODUCTIONS HAS HAD WHITE HOUSE SHOWING 

GLAXO GETS STATE-OF-ART PHONE SYSTEM 

BEEPER TELEPHONE, BUSINESS CARDS REACH WORLD OF SHOE SHINES 

SURVEY SHOWS FEW FAVOR SERVICE CHARGE OVER TIPS 

MCBROOM SWEEPS AWAY PAST; NEW STORE HAS 'MOST EVERYTHING' 

MCBROOM'S WILL OPEN NEW RENTAL STORE THURSDAY 

PEOPLES SECURITY BEGINS MOVE INTO TOWER OF DURHAM CENTRE 

BUSINESSMEN LIKE TRIANGLE 

EMBREX WINS 2 RESEARCH GRANTS 

LYNDA FRANCIS IS WINNER OF CREDIT UNIONS AWARD 

RETAIL SALES GROWTH IN TRIANGLE IMPROVES FOR QUARTER 

PAMPHLET HELPS TEENS AVOID HEALTH QUACKERY 

SPEAKERS AT DURHAM CONFERENCE TO DISCUSS MINORITY BUSINESS VENTURES 

PARKING COSTS RISING— AND SOME SAY IT WILL HURT BUSINESS 

NEW SCHOOL OPENS TO TRAIN TRAVEL AGENTS FOR TRIANGLE 

MINORITY BUSINESS ASSOCIATION TO HOLD MEETING IN DURHAM 

TUSCARORA SELLS STOCK 

FIRST IT WAS FAST FOOD; NOW IT'S FAST BUILDINGS 

DURHAM-RALEIGH STRONG IN GROWTH OF HOUSING 

NORTHERN TELECOM TO LEASE TRICENTER SPACE 

BNR TO OPEN NEW LABORATORY IN RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 

BERMAN AND SKANGLER FORM LAW PARTNERSHIP 

NINTH STREET BAKERY CHANGING CAMPUS 

SHEARON HARRIS BROUGHT OFF LINE FOR FIRST REFUELING 

GOODWILL BREAKS GROUND ON GARRETT FACILITY 

TEXTILE PLANT EMPLOYMENT CONTINUES RISE DURING 1987 

SOME LIKE IT HOT; SOME LIKE IT COLD 

TRIANGLE ECONOMIC INDEX UP 

REZONING PLAN PITS BUSINESS OWNERS AGAINST RESIDENTS 

GLAXO SPONSORS ASTHMA SCREENING FOR SWIMMERS 

JOB SITUATION FOR TEEN-AGERS IMPROVES SLIGHTLY OVER 1987 

RETIRED BELK-LEGGETT MANAGER HORTON DIES 

RECYCLING CENTER OPENS AT WOODCROFT 



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5/02/1988 A 
5/07/1988 A 
5/08/1988 B 
5/09/1988 A 
5/09/1988 
5/10/1988 
5/14/1988 
5/15/1988 
5/16/1988 
5/17/1988 
5/17/1988 
5/18/1988 
5/21/1988 
5/22/1988 B 
5/23/1988 A 
5/28/1988 
5/29/1988 
5/29/1988 
5/30/1988 
6/04/1988 
6/05/1988 B 
6/07/1988 D 
6/09/1988 
6/11/1988 
6/12/1988 
6/13/1988 
6/18/1988 
6/19/1988 B 
6/19/1988 B 
6/20/1988 A 
6/25/1988 A 
6/26/1988 B 
6/27/1988 C 
6/29/1988 
7/01/1988 
7/02/1988 
7/03/1988 
7/03/1988 
7/09/1988 
7/10/1988 
7/10/1988 
7/10/1988 
7/12/1988 
7/13/1988 B 
7/15/1988 B 
7/16/1988 A 
7/17/1988 B 
7/17/1988 B 
7/18/1988 A 
7/23/1988 B 
7/24/1988 B 
7/24/1988 B 
7/24/1988 B 
7/24/1988 B 
7/24/1988 B 
7/24/1988 F 
7/25/1988 A 
7/30/1988 B 
7/31/1988 C 
7/31/1988 F 
8/01/1988 A 
8/06/1988 A 
8/07/1988 B 
8/08/1988 A 
8/08/1988 A 
8/10/1988 B 
8/13/1988 B 
8/14/1988 D 
8/19/1988 A 
8/20/1988 A 



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N C60 

N W82 

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N D22 

N W82 

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N W82 

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N W82 

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N A76 

N H02 

N U82 

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N M97 

N 

N W82 

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N U82 

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N C44 

N W82 

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N A54 

N 

N W82 

N 

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N 

N W82 

N N36 

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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJE 



TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX IRISES 0.6 PERCENT IN JUNE 

ffi Mil raWU OR SU* JOB DOC* 
S^BB^U^ ™* *RKETS 
^S^^WSS^^ PRESIDENT 
UNIVERSITY INN J0IJ«BEST WESTERN CHAIN 

cWtoS^NE^IN^eTbOUNDS UP 0.8% FOR JJLY 
^lB^ODEALERSHIPS SCHEDULE GRAND OPENING 

Iff &^ffl %*™ **NDS 

IMiHHiuw.-- 

CHARMING OLDER HONES HAY KEEP YOU VERY BUSY 
^^ffi£8£iJg&* AID TO STORM VICTIMS 

uinnnMfx%m. * v*™*™ insure 

FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS NAMES SEVEN TO BOARD 

^^^vFm^mM* previous quarto 

Wlffi OF BENEFIT rS<GET TRIP FOR TWO TO FLORIDA 
RETAIL CUSTOMERS ARE ABUSED „_ 
DUKE TOHQLD BUSINESSWOMEN'S TRADE FAIR 
DURHAM-RALEIGH MSA EMFIJJYMENT TOPS 400,000 

^JuY^^oTM^ORE PLUNGING 
SEMINAR TO OFFER HOMEBUYING TIPS 
SNOW BUILDING GETS TENANTS 

IIS K& hlih 

HOME BUSINESSES ACCOUNT FOR THIRD OF NEW STARTS 
CUSTOMERS ARE ABUSED 

ZmuS^Faem^oBx transactions slowing^ 

CHAMKR OF COMMA'S SMALL BUSINESS COUNCIL TO HOLD FAIR 

DTCC VIDEO TO HELP SMALL FIRMS WITH EXPORT TRADE 
LIGGETT & MYERS NET INCOME UP _. _„ 

&^NG N S^E I ffl TE A MISSTATEMENT NOT UTILITY 
^l'bUSINESS^AIR DRAWS 100 TO MEET WITH LARGER COMPANIES 
FIRST UNION OPENS SOUTH SQUAREOFFICES 

BB ifSUBflaWJUH Kf Bounty seams 

CHAMBERS SEEK FOREIGN TRADE M „_ 

V%&^™*^f%^ TRIAN^ INSTITUTE 
METRIC IS CHOSENTO B^DPHASE ONE OF ERWIN SQUARE 
SOME FIRMS TO SEE UNEMPLOYMENT TAX CUT 
JUST REACHING OUT AT WORK IS TOUGH, REPETTTTOUS JOB 

ffi RIAWH|eW« IN OCTOBER 

KSaSSS NAMED CHAIRMAN, CEO 
NORTH CAROLINA DELICACIES 'IN THEBAG' 

S^ET YNDKs^^lK'Fffi'TO HALTPAPER FLOOD 

HwanoiiNB «&**< ** » — i 

Kf^SI KWJirBF SPRIK1* SYSTEMS TO N.C. 



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2 8/21/1988 B 


9 N 


H 


2 8/21/1988 F 


1 P N C47 


S 


2 8/22/1988 A 


9 N 


S 


2 8/27/1988 A 


9 N W82 


H 


2 8/28/1988 B 


8 N 


H 


2 8/28/1988 B 10 N C47 


H 


2 8/28/1988 F 


1 D N 


S 


2 9/03/1988 C 


1 P N W82 


H 


2 9/04/1988 D 


9 N 


S 


2 9/06/1988 A 


7 N 


S 


2 9/10/1988 A 


3 P N 


H 


2 9/11/1988 D 


LI N 


S 


2 9/12/1988 A 


6 N 


H 


2 9/13/1988 A 


18 N 


H 


2 9/14/1988 A 


12 N C47 


H 


2 9/17/1988 A 


1 N 


S 


2 9/17/1988 A 


9 U W82 


H 


2 9/18/1988 B 


9 N 


H 


2 9/18/1988 B 


9 P N C47 


H 


2 9/18/1988 F 


1 D N 


S 


2 9/24/1988 A 


3 P U W82 


H 


2 9/25/1988 B 


4 N 


s 


2 9/26/1988 C 


2 N 


S 


2 10/01/1988 A 


8 P U W82 


H 


2 10/02/1988 B 


6 N 


H 


2 10/02/1988 B 


6 P N C47 


H 


2 10/02/1988 F 


1 D N 


S 


2 10/03/1988 A 


7 N 


s 


2 10/08/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 10/08/1988 B 


8 U W32 


H 


2 10/09/1988 B 


9 N 


H 


2 10/09/1988 B 


9 P N C47 


H 


2 10/09/1988 F 


1 D N 


S 


2 10/10/1988 A 


5 N 


S 


2 10/14/1988 A 


1 N U82 


s 


2 10/15/1988 B 


7 P U W82 


H 


2 10/16/1988 B 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 10/16/1988 B 


7 N 


H 


2 10/18/1988 A 


4 L 


s 


2 10/22/1988 A 


3 U W82 


H 


2 10/23/1988 D 


10 N 


s 


2 10/29/1988 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 10/30/1983 B 


8 N 


S 


2 10/31/1988 A 


11 N 


s 


2 11/05/1988 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 11/06/1988 C 


16 N 


H 


2 11/06/1988 C 


16 P N C47 


H 


2 11/10/1988 C 


2 P N C47 


s 


2 11/12/1988 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 11/13/1988 D 


11 N 


H 


2 11/17/1988 A 


1 M N C60 


H 


2 11/19/1988 C 


1 N K65 


s 


2 11/19/1988 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 11/20/1988 D 


10 N 


H 


2 11/20/1988 F 


1 D N 


s 


2 11/26/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 11/27/1988 D 


10 N 


H 


2 11/27/1988 F 


1 D N 


s 


2 11/28/1988 A 


8 N 


S 


2 12/03/1988 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 12/04/1988 D 


6 N 


S 


2 12/10/1988 A 


3 N 


H 


2 12/11/1988 D 


6 N 


S 


2 12/13/1988 B 


1 P N G59 


s 


2 12/17/1988 C 


2 P N 


H 


2 12/18/1988 D 


10 N 


S 


2 12/19/1988 C 


10 N 


s 


2 12/24/1988 A 


3 N 


s 


2 12/24/1988 C 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 12/25/1988 D 


6 N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



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GOLDBERG NAMED TO BURROUGHS PANEL 

BUSINESSES. DURHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO ARTIE AWARDS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C., ARTS SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., ARTS SUPPORT 

BUSINESS VOLUNTEERS READY FOR ARTS FUND DRIVE 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

FOOD, ENTERTAINMENT, $85,000 KICK OFF DURHAM ARTS FUND DRIVE 

GLAXO WILL SPONSOR TAYLOR DANCE CO. 

GLAXO TO SPONSOR CENTER CELEBRATION 

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE CITES GTE FOR SUPPORTING ARTS 

GLAXO HELPS FUND PLAYMAKERS EDUCATIONAL MATINEE SERIES 

A LITTLE BIT OF THIS, A LITTLE BIT OF THAT 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, CHILD CARE 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE, CHILD CARE 

WORKING PARENTS CAN WEATHER STORM 

WORKING PARENTS + SICK KIDS » BIG PROBLEM 

RTI EARMARKS MOO, 000 FOR ON-CAMPUS CHILD CARE 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, CLOSINGS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C., CLOSINGS 
DOWNTOWN RESTAURANTS FIND THE GOING TOUGH 
BAR AND GRILL FOLLOWS FAILED FRICKADILL'S 
DURHAM WORKERS GET BREAK 
AVAIR CANCELS FLIGHTS UNTIL JAN, 24 
MORTGAGE FIRM CLOSES DURHAM OFFICE 
195 AT BIG STAR FACE LOSS OF XBS 
DURHAM BIG STARS BOW TO BUYOUT 
BIG STAR AT NORTHGATE CHAIN'S LONE STORE OPEN 
PANEL URGES SAVING BIG STAR WORKERS' BENEFITS 
WILL NEW OWNERS BE FAIR? 
CHAIN TO CLOSE ONE STORE, OPEN OTHERS 
DURHAM SHOULD FIGHT TO KEEP GTE IN TOWN 

...SAYS HERE THAT DURHAM COULD STAND TO LOSE 1,300 COPORATE... (CARTOON) 
GTE (CARTOON) 

ARMY RESEARCH OFFICE MIGHT LEAVE DURHAM 
GTE WORKERS FACE HARDSHIP 
DURHAM SHOULD OPPOSE MOVING RESEARCH OFFICE 
KEEP ARMY RESEARCH OFFICE IN DURHAM 
DURHAM INN, FORMER RAOISSON FRANCHISE, CLOSES ITS DOORS 
DURHAM INN HOTEL ON THE MARKET AGAIN 
GTE! NO FAVORITES FOR HEADQUARTERS 
GTE CUTS IN DURHAM 'SIGNIFICANT' 
DURHAM NEEDS COMMUNITY ACTION TO SOLVE ITS PROBLEMS 
DURHAM IS IN TRANSITION 
N.C. LEADERS OPPOSE MOVING ARMY OFFICE 
UNION AT ODDS WITH GROCERY CHAIN ON HIRING 

AFTER 103 YEARS, PRINTING PLANT TO STOP PRESSES (CORRECTED 6-5-88) 
HARRISON-FISHER CORP. TO RETAIN SALES OFFICE IN OR NEAR DURHAM 
START OF SEEMAN PRINTERY 
GTE HEADQUARTERS LEAVING DURHAM 

FOR DURHAM, 'A HELL OF A BLOW; ' FOR EMPLOYEES, CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM 
DURHAM'S 'TELEPHONY' AFFAIR OVER A CENTURY OLD 
GTE SOUTH'S EXITS PAINFUL BUT HUMANE 
GTE, TRANSFER (CARTOON) 
WORKERS IN LIMBO OVER JOB PROSPECTS 
RELOCATION OF GTE SOUTH TO COST DURHAM MANY XBS 
RELOCATION OF GTE SOUTH TO COST DURHAM MANY XBS 
VETERAN WORKERS STAND BY COMPANY 
GTE'S COMMITMENT TO DURHAM NOT LOST 
TAMPA EXECUTIVES 'ELATED' AT GTE'S DECISION 
N.C. ON LIST FOR POSSIBLE GTE OFFICES 
ARMY RESEARCH SUPPORTED 
SHALL CAN BE DEVASTATING 
GTE CAN'T BE REPLACED 
RESPONSE TO GTE MOVE IS APPRECIATED 
GTE SOUTH LEADER APPRECIATES UNDERSTANDING ABOUT MOVE 



S 2 12/31/1988 C 3 N 



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2 


2/13/1988 A 


9 P N W82 


s 


2 


3/10/1988 D 


11 N G59 


s 


2 


3/22/1988 A 


7 N B71 


s 


2 


4/25/1988 A 


1 N B71 


H 


2 


4/30/1988 A 


10 N 


s 


2 


5/04/1988 A 


6 N 


CHH 1 


9/12/1988 A 


5 N 


H 


2 


9/16/1988 D 


12PF W66 


s 


2 


1/26/1988 A 


6 P F G59 


H 


2 


5/24/1988 A 


7 P N C60 


S 


2 


5/28/1988 A 


3 N W82 


S 


2 


1/04/1988 C 


1 N W82 


S 


2 


1/04/1988 C 


1 N U82 


S 


2 


1/08/1988 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


1/19/1988 B 


1 N R80 


S 


2 


2/19/1988 C 


1 N W82 


S 


2 


3/02/1988 A 


1 N W82 


S 


2 


3/19/1988 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 


3/20/1988 B 


1 N M51 


H 


2 


3/25/1988 C 


2 N S51 


H 


2 


4/11/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/14/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/22/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/23/1988 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 


4/24/1988 D 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


4/26/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/26/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/27/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/27/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/27/1988 A 


14 N 


S 


2 


4/27/1988 A 


1 N B85 


H 


2 


4/28/1988 A 


1 N C60 


S 


2 


4/28/1988 A 


1 P N W82 


S 


2 


5/12/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


5/13/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


5/21/1988 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 


5/28/1988 C 


1 N C60 


H 


2 


6/04/1988 B 


1 N A54 


H 


2 


6/05/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


6/10/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


1 P N C60 


H 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


S 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


1 P N H02 


S 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


1 C N W82 


S 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


1 C N B53 


S 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


1 M N W82 


S 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/24/1988 A 


1 N C60 


S 


2 


6/24/1988 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 


6/26/1988 D 


4 L 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


7/05/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


7/10/1988 D 


4 L 


5 


2 


7/11/1988 A 


4 L 



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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



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FUTURE UNCLEAR AS CAROLINA ROUS THE CREDITS 
GLAOTGIVESn.3 MILLION TO CHARITY 

TMUBLQ S FTO^«S TOWN WITH SUITS ON ITS HEELS 
RINALDI REALIZEDHIS DREAM 

WHERE'S THE CHICKEN FIX? rm TnpinH . TT „ 

RPJCO'S DOUNTOUN STORE EXPECTED TO CLOSE XT. 22 

WMoKammr 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM,£RIHES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C., CRIMES 

^aSs^SSS BREAK-INS AT 3 BUSIK3SES 
"""SPfciKMS & FOR DRUGS 

lXBiaam= 

WBilBMiaBmr- 

?SBlfigti$$B$&* IN TRI*GLE 

PS KT^LfH 5SP FOR E^OYEES, CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM 

GTE SOUTH-S EXIKFAINFUL RTTHUMA^ 

UQRKERS IN LIMBO OVER JOB PROSPECTS 

VBKBtOnB/KUm^ HEEDS IS THE KEY 

businesses, w^^™ f J? euwNCE 

^SiES^1]Id I kS^«C«(E R S IN GOOD HEALTH IS GOOD BUSINESS 

■"^SSfi 5BS; BEW 

SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS IS FINE, BUT FAMILY'S THE KET 

KJRHAMMACHINERY PLANT LAYING OFF ABOUT 36 UORKERS 

$ S J I s^ fl p\rrss»la pffi out of work 

L4M WORK TO STOP FOR WEEK 

GTE CUTS IN DURHAM 'SIGNIFICANT' 

Fcl ISSSre^^ S88* FOR EMPLOYEES, CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM 
GTE SOUTH-3 EXItTpaINFUL BUT HUMANE 



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8/27/1988 A 
9/12/1988 C 
9/13/1988 B 
9/17/1988 A 
9/17/1988 A 
10/13/1988 C 
10/14/1988 B 
10/15/1988 A 
10/28/1988 A 
11/11/1988 A 
11/13/1988 D 
12/18/1988 C 



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2/07/1988 B 
3/20/1988 B 
3/27/1988 B 
4/03/1988 D 
4/28/1988 A 
5/08/1988 B 
5/22/1988 B 
5/22/1988 B 
5/24/1988 B 
5/29/1988 C 
6/23/1988 A 
6/23/198S A 
6/23/1988 A 
6/23/1988 A 
6/29/1988 B 
7/01/1988 A 



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N U82 
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N C60 
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N C60 
N N36 
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N H02 
F G59 
F Zll 



2 5/22/1988 B 7 D N C60 



H 2 1/13/1988 B 8 P P ' T37 
H 2 2/21/1988 B 6 P N P38 
H 2 7/24/1988 B 4 P U L57 



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S 

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S 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 



2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 



2/09/1988 

3/02/1938 

3/02/1988 

3/03/198S 

3/05/1988 

3/17/1988 

3/19/1988 

3/20/1988 B 

3/24/1988 A 

3/25/1988 

4/26/1988 

4/28/1988 

6/23/1988 

6/23/1988 

6/23/1988 

6/23/1988 

6/23/1988 



P N W82 
N 

N W82 
N W27 
N W82 
N W82 
N W82 
N M51 
N H70 
N H70 
N 

N W82 
N C60 
N N36 
E 

N H02 
N U82 



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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



RELOCATION OF GTE SOUTH TO COST DURHAM MANY JOBS 

VETERAN WORKER'S STAND BY COMPANY 

GTE PICKING EXECUTIVES FOR HO STAFF 

DUKE POWER CO. LAYOFFS MAY AFFECT DURHAM WORKERS 

DATA GENERAL CUTTING JOBS 

DATA GENERAL IN RTP WILL CUT 15-20 JOBS 

155 GTE SOUTH WORKERS OFFERED EARLY RETIREMENT 

DUKE POWER CO. BEGINS LAYOFFS 

GTE CUTBACKS LEAVE DURHAM STAFF 'ON HOLD' 

NORTHERN TELECOM TO LAY OFF 200 

200 LAID OFF AT NORTHERN TELECOM) MOVE IS RESULT OF COMPETITION.,. 

200 LAID OFF AT NORTHERN TELECOM; LAID OFF WORKERS TALK OF FUTURE... 

HI! THIS IS THE PERSONNEL OFFICE. WE CAN'T COME TO THE... (CARTOON) 

LAYOFFS IN HIGH-TECHNOLOGY PART OF INTERNATIONAL TREND 

BLUNT LAY-OFFS WITH COMPASSION 

MEDIA ERRED ABOUT LAYOFFS 

NORTHERN FORGETS EMPLOYEES 

DU PONT WILL ELIMINATE 50 RTP MANUFACTURING JOBS 

BUSINESSES. DURHAM. OPENINGS 

DOWNTOWN RESTAURANTS FIND THE GOING TOUGH 

BAR AND GRILL FOLLOWS FAILED FRICKADILL'S 

ORGANON TEKNIKA STARTS OPERATIONS 

MORE NEW BUSINESSES ANNOUNCED FOR INCUBATOR. ELSEWHERE IN DURHAM 

STATE'S 2ND PUB TO OPEN IN FALL ON DUKE STREET 

FIRM BOASTS OF FINE COFFEE ROASTS 

FORMER BIG STAR TO OPEN 

LASER B EAMS, ROBOT OPEN NEW MARRIOTT HOTEL ON 1-40 

HARRIS TEETER OPENS STORE AT NORTHGATE 

LAKEWOOD PLANS NEW ANCHOR STORE 

MINORITY CONSULTING COMPANY OPENS 

DURHAM SITE FOR REGIONAL VA MEDICAL EDUCATION CENTER 

JIFFY LUBE'S l.OOOTH FRANCHISE OPENS IN DURHAM 

TOY STORE OPENS AT BRIGHTLEAF 

OPENING NEW STORE 

NEW HAMMER FIRM MOVES TO DURHAM 

DOORS ARE OPEN 

BUSINESSES. DURHAM, PHILANTHROPY 

CITY OF MEDICINE GETS GLAXO GIFT 

GLAXO GENEROSITY WILL AID MEDICAL RESEARCH 

LIGGETT & MEYERS CO. ENDOWS TOBACCO HISTORY CORPORATION 

DURHAM-DUKE CAMPAIGN BEGINS TO RAISE $365,000 FOR UNIVERSITY 

CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY 

CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY 

GLAXO FUNDS SPECIAL OLYMPICS VOLUNTEER TRAINING IN TRIANGLE 

GLAXO GIVES $14,000 TO SPECIAL OLYMPICS PROGRAMS 

PARK COMPANY GIVES $50,000 TO WUNC-FM 

AIDS HOUSE HOME WITH $10,000 GIFT 

BUSINESSES CONTRIBUTE MORE THAN $390,000 IN DURHAM-DUKE DRIVE 

DUKE, DURHAM ARE CLOSER 

TRAVEL FUND CLOSES GAP FOR SUMMER OF FUN 

SMALL CAN BE DEVASTATING 

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY GETS ♦90,000 GLAXO GRANT 

AREA AGENCIES RECEIVE APPLIANCES PROVIDED FOR XYMPIC FESTIVAL 

GLAXO GIVES $1.3 MILLION TO CHARITY 

PARTICIPANTS IN YOUTH BASEBALL TRIP TO CHINA SAY 'THANK YOU' 

GLAXO WILL DONATE $1 MILLION TO DUKE 

GLAXO INC. ENDOWS DUKE WITH $1 MILLION 

PROFITEERING FOR COMMUNITY 

STRIDERS RECEIVE FIRST MAJOR CORPORATE DONATION FROM GLAXO 

N. TELECOM 'REACHES OUT' TO AID JAMAICA'S PHONELESS 

GLAXO TO FUND MEDICAL AWARDS 

TRIANGLE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION WINS $500,000 CHALLENGE GRANT 

TRIANGLE REAL ESTATE COMPANY IS 'TAKING TIME TO SHARE' 

POLICE, STORE MAKE SURE GIRL, 10, DOESN'T HAVE A BLUE CHRISTMAS 

TWO RESTAURANTS HELPING NEEDY IN DURHAM 

BIG-HEARTED LAWMEN 



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6/23/1988 A 
6/23/1988 A 
8/12/1988 C 
9/08/1988 C 
10/13/1988 C 
10/14/1988 B 
10/29/1988 C 
11/10/1988 D 
11/10/1988 A 
11/15/1988 A 
11/16/1988 A 
11/16/1988 A 
11/17/1988 A 
11/17/1988 A 
11/18/1988 A 
11/22/1988 A 
11/25/1988 A 
12/02/1988 B 



1/04/1988 C 

1/04/1988 C 

1/06/1988 A 

2/07/1988 B 

2/12/1988 B 

3/26/1988 A 

5/25/1988 A 

6/10/1988 B 

6/14/1988 C 

7/29/1988 C 

8/07/1988 B 

8/16/1988 A 

9/11/1988 D 

10/15/1988 B 

10/15/1988 C 

10/29/1988 B 

11/20/1988 F 



1/14/1988 B 
1/18/1988 A 
1/25/1988 A 
1/28/1988 C 
2/04/1988 A 
2/25/1988 A 
3/01/1988 B 
3/04/1988 A 
3/18/1988 
5/03/1988 
5/10/1988 
5/10/1988 
6/23/1988 
6/29/1988 
7/15/1988 
8/06/1988 
8/27/1988 
8/30/1988 
9/20/1988 
9/21/1988 
9/27/1988 
9/27/1988 
9/28/1988 
10/27/1988 
12/16/1988 
12/18/1988 
12/19/1988 
12/20/1988 
12/23/1988 



N B53 
N U82 
N A54 
N W82 
N 
N 

N C47 
N 
N 

N M06 
N N36 
N C60 
T R56 
N 
E 
L 
L 
N C47 



N U82 
N W82 
N U82 
N 
N 

N W82 
N H02 
N W29 
N W82 
N U82 
N 

N N36 
N C47 
U W82 
P S76 
N H06 
P S73 



N 

E 

N 

N D80 

E 

L 

U A76 

N 

N 

N H70 

N 

E 

E 

E 

N 

N 

N W82 

N A76 

N 

N 

E 

N A76 

N W82 

N M06 

N K65 

N 

N M51 

N 

E 



BUSINESSES, DURHAM, PHYSICAL FITNESS 



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%&mZS lim KEEPINifuORKERS IN GOOD HEA.TH IS GOOD BUSINESS 
COMPANIES PROHOTE EKPLOYEE HEALTH 

^B^^^ ^%f™ SALE SIGN 
BUSINESSES, W^» SOjCaa^PORT 

Ife^K^a 1 ^^ ™™ FUND 
GLAXO REVIVES COUNTY SCHOOLS' PARTNER AUARD 

BEffisWSS TyEAR PROGRAM ^ 

iffBI'iS^oTK^^" 

^ I StS% C sTcSh nLPBJfB. *TTEKMKE 
CARD LETS STUDENTS CASH IN ON GOOD GRADES 

FOCUS ON EDUCATION GOOD CHAMBER GOAL 
BUSINESSES, DURHAM, SMOKING 

VUmVffiUBn^ September 

NwSlNGPOLICIES' LEGAL EFFECTS DISCUSSED 

BU^Q IScPSaS^BnS ON SEPT. 4 (CORRECTED 8-6-88) 

C^tTs^ISiC oK ^PROPOSAL FOR SMOKING BAN 

leaf m^J^^o^i* ^ 
respecting rights-even the smokers* 
health should win in smoking debate 

ANTI-SMOKING ORDINANCE WOULD BE A START 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, STREET SALES 
SEE SIDEWALK VENDORS 
SEE SIDEWALKS 

BUSINESSES, EMPLOYEE THEFT ^ T1 __ 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. , CRIMES 
SEE ALSO CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 

^ET^ES^StHM 1 ^ FOR TAKING EQUIPMENT 
Ptt^U^HDaPlTALBfftflYEE CHARGED IN VCR THEFT 
E^CHARGO IN THEFTS FROM NORTHERN TELECOM 

BUSINESSES, FAMILY-OWNED 

SEE FAMILY-OWNED BUSINESSES 

"HI SR™5S COUNCIL ON THE ARTS AND KJMANITIES 
SEE ALSO HOME-BASED BUSINESSES 
H ALSO INCUBATOR FACILIJIESPROGRAM 
SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

I 83 N^S ADVISORY BOARD 



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7 D N C60 


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2 6/29/1988 B 


1 D F G59 


H 


2 6/02/1988 D 


8 N 


S 


2 1/20/1988 A 


4 E 


s 


2 1/27/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 5/07/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 5/09/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 5/16/1988 C 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 5/24/1988 C 


1 N 


s 


2 5/27/1988 D 


1 D F 


H 


2 6/10/1988 C 


1 N M97 


H 


2 7/17/1988 D 


5 P U 


H 


2 9/27/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/07/1988 B 


6 N C47 


S 


2 10/07/1988 C 


1 D N S92 


H 


2 10/08/1988 A 


4 E 


s 


2 10/21/1988 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 10/22/1988 C 


1 N J40 


S 


2 10/22/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/25/1988 A 


6 F U WIS 


S 


2 12/26/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 5/07/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 5/11/1988 B 


6 N C47 


s 


2 5/11/1988 C 


1 N U82 


H 


2 8/05/1988 C 


1 N N36 


H 


2 8/06/1988 A 


2 N 


s 


2 9/09/1988 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 9/13/1988 B 


1 N S51 


S 


2 9/13/1988 B 


1 N H70 


H 


2 9/15/1988 A 


4 E 


s 


2 9/15/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 9/19/1988 A 


4 L 



S 2 6/10/1988 A 
CHH 1 9/22/1988 A 
H 2 9/28/1988 C 



1 N B53 
3 N 
1 N M51 



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/ANNUAL 
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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO N.C. BUSINESS HALL OF FANE 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTER FOR ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS STUDIES 

SEE ALSO N.C. CITIZENS FOR BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO N.C. ENTERPRISE CORP. 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE GOALS AND POLICY BOARD 

SEE ALSO OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC-PRIVATE COOPERATIVE VENTURES 

SEE ALSO QUALITY CONTROL 

N.C. PAINT STRIPPER GOING TO 16 ASIAN COUNTRIES 

OPPOSE BUSINESS LOBBY 

GTE UNIT TO SELL 2 TAR HEEL PLANTS EMPLOYING 300 

BUSINESS PARK PLANNED FOR EAST OF PITTSBORO 

MERCHANTS CONCERNED OVER EFFECTS OF SNOW 

COMPANIES ANNOUNCE DIVIDENDS 

NBAS' STARTING SALARIES HIT NEW HIGHS 

STATE BEGINS REWRITING BUSINESS CORPORATION ACT 

ATTORNEY GENERAL KEEPS TABS ON BUSINESS ADS 

NINE PHARMACEUTICAL. CHEMICAL COMPANIES FORM TRADE GROUP 

TENNIS SHOES KEEP N.C. FACTORY ON OVERTIME 

SARA LEE BUYING ANOTHER COMPANY IN HIGH POINT 

INVESTMENTS IN CHARLOTTE BOOMED IN '87 

HAYWOOD COUNTY MAN IS EARTHWORM KING 

NEW RESERVATIONS CENTER BEGINS TAKING CALLS TODAY 

INC. BRINGS '500 CONFERENCE' TO TRIANGLE 

JORDAN CALLS FOR FUND TO AID BUSINESS INVESTMENT 

MICROWAVE LABORATORIES' SALES RISE 

DO BUSINESSMEN HAVE MORE CLOUT IN N.C? 

MINORITY BUSINESS GROUP HEARS MARTIN 

TAR HEELS HELP FIGHT TRADE DEFICIT 

COMPANY FINDS HEARTY APPETITES FOR FRIED SKINS 

N.C. ENTREPRENEURS RACING TO TOP 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR WINS $10,000 TO TRY HIS IDEAS 

WRESTLING WITH STYLE 

RJR NABISCO STILL TOP SOUTHEASTERN FIRM 

BEST PLACE FOR COMPANIES? REPORT TAPS THE NORTHEAST 

BOOKS BY WIRE, JUST LIKE FLOWERS 

STEEL SURGICAL GLOVES OFFER AIDS PROTECTION 

RULING ON DISCOUNT TRADE CRITICIZED 

GROUND IS BROKEN FOR MALL IN CARY 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

GREENSBORO FAMILY IN 'BODY BUSINESS' 

VENTURE CAPITAL! LATEST BATTLEGROUND IN MARTIN- JORDAN RACE 

PUBLIC COMPANIES IN TRIANGLE AMONG STATE'S LARGEST 

PROGRAM TO HELP FLEDGLING COMPANIES IN N.C.'S AILING RURAL AREAS 

PINE STRAW HAS BECOME LUCRATIVE INDUSTRY IN N.C. 

N.C. TRADERS RECORD $159.5 MILLION SURPLUS 

FIGHTING BACK AGAINST PIRATES 

5 FACTORS REVEAL STATE'S BUSINESS CLIMATE 

FEW RETAILERS USING LAW TO RECOUP SHOPLIFTING LOSSES 

N.C. ECONOMIC BOOH CONTINUES 

MICHAUX FILES BILL ON SOUTH AFRICA, BUSINESSES 

MORRISVILLE COMPANY TO EXPAND; SLM ACTION SPORTS PURCHASES... 

GOOD PEOPLE KEY TO BELKS' 100 YEARS 

SOVIET ECONOMIC REFORM COULD BENEFIT SOUTH 

CONFERENCE TARGETS RISING STARS 

SOME BUSINESSES BOOMING DURING HOT AND DRY WEATHER 

SENATE LOSING SOME OF ITS COMMITMENT TO BUSINESS 

SHELBY COMPANY TOP BUILDER OF MOTOCROSS BIKES 

CHINA WANTS TO OPEN N.C.'S TRADE 

SURVEYS N.C. TOPS FOR NEW BUSINESSES 

EAST RALEIGH SWING-SET MAKER PROFITING AT HIGH END 

DESIGNING BOWS FOR FLIP-fLOPS LEADS TO BUSINESS FOR N.C. WOMAN 

POPULAR CRITTERS HAVE N.C. CONNECTION 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

MANUFACTURING DECLINES 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS BRIEFLY 

SOUTHMARK TRYING TO SELL INTEGON FOR OVER $205 MILLION 

BUSINESS BRIEFLY 



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s 


2 


1/06/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/08/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


1/08/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/10/1988 A 


12 


N K65 


s 


2 


1/18/1988 A 


9 


N 


S 


2 


1/22/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


19 P U L41 


S 


2 


1/30/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


2/01/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


2/05/1988 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


2/09/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


2/11/1988 A 


22 


N 


S 


2 


2/12/1988 A 


9 P N 


H 


2 


2/13/1988 B 


3 P N N36 


H 


2 


2/19/1988 B 


7 


N L40 


H 


2 


2/25/1988 A 


15 


N L40 


S 


2 


3/04/1988 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 


3/19/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


3/21/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 B 


12 


N 


H 


2 


3/28/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 


3/28/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


3/30/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


3/31/1988 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 


4/01/1988 A 


6 PF 


S 


2 


4/07/1988 C 


6 C N 


H 


2 


4/13/1988 A 


10 P N 


H 


2 


4/18/1988 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 


5/02/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


1 


5/11/1988 B 


1 P N P41 


H 


2 


5/11/1988 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 


5/11/1988 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


5/15/1988 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 


5/15/1988 C 


14 P N 


H 


2 


5/19/1988 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


5/26/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


5/29/1988 C 


11 


N 


H 


2 


5/30/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


5/31/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


6/01/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/02/1988 D 


8 


N 


H 


2 


6/04/1988 A 


11 


N R53 


H 


2 


6/09/1988 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 


6/11/1988 A 


8 P N 


CHH 1 


6/15/1988 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


6/20/1988 A 


7 P N 


H 


2 


7/02/1988 D 


4 


N 


S 


2 


7/06/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


1 


7/13/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/13/1988 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 


7/14/1988 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


7/15/1988 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 


7/15/1988 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 


7/27/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/27/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


8/07/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


8/09/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


8/10/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


8/12/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


8/18/1988 D 


6 


N 



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- 12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



N.C. COMPANIES EXPERIENCE BOOMING EXPORT BUSINESS 

AIRCRAFT PARTS CO* 1 ANY SOARING 

BUSINESS BRIEFLY... 

BUSINESS BRIEFLY 

LOWE'S SET TO BLOCK BUYOUTS 

WHEN THEY TOOK THE PLUNGE, THEY FOUND A JEWEL OF A STORE 

FINANCE OFFICES INCREASE IN 1987 

BILL MAY HELP N.C. BUSINESS 

STATE GETS CONSENT JUDGMENT AGAINST LIVINGUELL SPA CHAIN 

PUBLIC FUNDS LEGISLATION TO BE SOUGHT 

TYSON FOODS INC. MAKES «1 BILLION OFFER FOR HOLLY FARMS 

N.C. FIRMS GET SLICE OF STAR WARS PIE 

RJR NABISCO SADDLES N.C. WITH ANOTHER IN-DEBT FIRM 

N.C. LOSING CONTROL OF ITS BUSINESS 

DUNN PLANT TO EXPAND 

N.C. FIRMS TO MAKE CORN-BURNING HEATER 

BUSINESSES, N.C, ARTS SUPPORT 

<yp ^LSO ARTS N»C« 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., ARTS SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S BUSINESS COUNCIL ON THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES 

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE CITES GTE FOR SUPPORTING ARTS 

ADVOCATE SAYS ARTS VIABLE INVESTMENT 

INVESTMENT IN ARTS PAYS OFF BIG IN STATE 

AIRLINE PLAYS PLAYMAKERS GAME 

DANCER-ACTRESS TO APPEAR AT DUKE THURSDAY 

'PATRONAGE* STRIKES THE RIGHT NOTE FOR ART 

BUSINESSES, N.C, BOARDS OF DIRECTORS 

PROTECTION URGED FOR DIRECTORS OF CORPORATIONS 

BUSINESSES, N.C, CHILD CARE 
SEE ALSO CHILI) CARE CENTERS 
FREE TRAM SERVICE DOWNTOWN PROPOSED 

BUSINESSES, N.C, CLOSINGS 

SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C, FAILURES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, CLOSINGS 

BASSETT-WALKER CLOSING STOKES COUNTY PLANT 

AT&T PLANS PHASEOUT OF N.C. WORKS PLANT 

WINSTON-SALEM BOUNCES BACK FROM ECONOMIC DOWNTURNS 

PERSON OFFICIALS HOPE ARROWOOD CAN REOPEN 

STATEMENT SAYS PERSON COUNTY'S NOT OBLIGATED TO REPAY ARROWOOD BONDS 

AT&T WITHDRAWS SOME JOB POSTINGS 

FEELINGS MIXED ON AT&T RECALL 

GEPHARDT VISITS PIEDMONT; JACKSON IN ROBESON 

SANFORD FURNITURE PLANT TO CLOSE 

23 FIRST UNION MORTGAGE OFFICES TO CLOSE 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BELK TO CLOSE STORE IN UPTOWN CHARLOTTE 

SCHLAGE LOCK WORKERS GET RE-EMPLOYMENT HELP 

CAT'S CRADLE MAY CLOSE FOR GOOD 

CHATHAM DOG FOOD BRAND SOLD; PLANT SHUT IN BURLINGTON 

CREEBMCGR PLANT CONFIRMS LAYOFFS. PLANS TO CLOSE 

ROCKY MOUNT DIVISION OF BURLINGTON TO CLOSE 

ROSMAN'S ONLY BANK TO CLOSE 

CONE TO CLOSE MINNEDLA PLANT 

CONE MILLS CLOSING TO IDLE 500 WORKERS 

CLOSING SHOCKS MINNEOLA WORKERS 

CONE CLOSES ANOTHER PLANT 

AT&T'S N.C. PLANT TO CLOSE A YEAR EARLY 

JORDAN RAPS MARTIN OVER PLANT CLOSINGS 

TAX BILL OF *126,0O0 MAY FORCE CLOSING OF STONEVILLE PLANT 

INTERSTATE HIGHWAY, MOTEL CHAINS TAKE BUSINESS FROM SMALLER INNS 

BUSINESSES, N.C, CRIMES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, CRIMES 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, EMPLOYEE THEFT 
SEE ALSO CRIME VICTIMS 





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H 


2 9/08/1988 D 


6 N 


H 


2 9/13/1988 A 


18 N 


H 


2 9/14/1988 A 


12 N 


CHH 1 9/29/1988 A 


3 U L41 


H 


2 10/02/1988 B 


11 N 


CHH 1 10/05/1988 


8 N 


H 


2 10/06/1988 D 


4 N 


H 


2 10/12/1988 A 


10 P N 


H 


2 10/12/1988 B 


9 N 


H 


2 10/31/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 11/07/1988 C 


12 N 


H 


2 11/22/1988 A 


8 N 


S 


2 12/14/1988 A 


12 N 


H 


2 12/30/1988 C 


2 N 



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



5/04/1988 A 
6/09/1988 D 
6/13/1988 A 
9/08/1988 A 
9/20/1988 B 
9/23/1988 D 



6 

10 
4 
7 

3 P 
9 P 



N 
N 
E 
N 

U W66 
R G68 



H 2 1/31/1988 B 1 



H 3 2/10/1988 B 



N B31 



H 


2 


1/15/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


1/21/1988 D 


6 


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H 


2 


1/25/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


1/26/1988 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 


1/27/1988 C 


2 


N T33 


H 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


23 


N~ 


S 


2 


2/24/1988 A 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/01/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 


3 


3/03/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


3/11/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


5/11/1988 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 


5/11/1988 A 


8 


N 


s 


2 


7/29/1988 A 


5 


N 


CHH 1 


8/05/1988 A 


3 P N Vll 


H 


2 


8/13/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/26/1988 A 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 


10/12/1988 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 


10/20/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


10/25/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 


10/25/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


10/26/1988 A 


10 P N 


S 


2 


10/27/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


11/02/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


11/03/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


11/23/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


1 


12/01/1988 C 


3 P N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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S I T 

E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



SEE ALSO CRIMES, N.C. (SEE ALSO NATES OF SPECIFIC CRIMES) 

SEE ALSO WHITE-COLLAR CRIMES 

STORES HAVE NEW WEAPON IN UAR AGAINST SHOPLIFTERS 

BUSINESSES, N.C, DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
DURHAM STUDENTS TO GREET PRESIDENT 
LEGISLATURE URGED TO REGULATE DRUG TESTING 
DRUG TESTING PANEL HITS THORNY ISSUES 
DRUG USE IN U.S. SPURS DEBATE OVER TESTING AT WORK 
SCREENING TEST INVENTOR OPPOSES EMPLOYEE DRUG TESTING 
CONSENSUS EXPECTED ON DRUG TESTING 
QUESTIONS RAISED ON DRUG TESTING 
DRUG TESTING MEASURE STRIKES PROPER BALANCE 

BUSINESSES, N.C, EMPLOYEES „ 

BURLINGTON WOMAN HONORED BY EMPLOYER AND GOVERNOR 

DRUG TESTING INCREASES; LAWMAKER QUESTIONS RIGHTS ISSUES 

DRUG TESTING PANEL HITS THORNY ISSUES 

COMPANIES FIND KEEPING WORKERS IN GOOD HEALTH IS GOOD BUSINESS 

CORPORATE ATHLETES PRAISED 

SERVICES HELP WORKERS COPE 

SCREENING TEST INVENTOR OPPOSES EMPLOYEE DRUG TESTING 

STATE'S REPUTATION TRIBUTE TO WORKERS, N.C. LABOR CHIEF SAYS 

WORKING CONDITIONS POOR IN N.C, LABOR INSTITUTE SAYS 

EMPLOYEES MAY SAVE MONEY THROUGH DOCTOR, DAYCARE BILLS 

COURT REFUSES TO EXPAND SHIELD AGAINST DISMISSAL 

NEW LAW TO RESTRICT USE OF POLYGRAPHS IN TESTING OF PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEE 

YULETIDE CHEER NOT HARMFUL TO PRODUCTIVITY 

BUSINESSES, N.C, FOREIGN INVESTMENT 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN INVESTORS 
STUDY ON TRADE CENTER NEARLY FINISHED 
N.C TRADERS RECORD $159.5 MILLION SURPLUS 
SURVEY SHOWS FOREIGN COMPANIES FIND N.C. ATTRACTIVE FOR HEADQUARTERS 

BUSINESSES, N.C, HAZARDOUS WASTE 

SEE ALSO CHEMICAL WASTE DISPOSAL 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO INCINERATORS 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL AND STORAGE 

SEE ALSO RIGHT-TO-KNOW 
BUTNER BUSINESS RECEIVES GOVERNOR'S AWARD 
ONLY HALF OF COMPANIES FILE REQUIRED CHEMICAL REPORTS 

BUSINESSES, N.C, HEALTH AND SAFETY VIOLATIONS 

SEE ALSO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 
SEE ALSO ON-THE-JOB SAFETY 
EMPLOYERS MUST SHOW INJURY, DEATH RECORDS 

BUSINESSES, N.C, HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., HEALTH CARE 
PLANT WORKERS TO RECEIVE HEALTH TESTS 

BUSINESSES, N.C, HEALTH INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE „ 

COMPANIES FIND KEEPING WORKERS IN GOOD HEALTH IS GOOD BUSINESS 

BUSINESSES, N.C, LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM. LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., LAYOFFS 

FORMER NCA WORKERS MAY GET AID 

PERSON, ROXBORO AWAIT WORD ON PLANT 

WINSTON-SALEM BOUNCES BACK FROM ECONOMIC DOWNTURNS 

LOUISBURG PLANT LAYS OFF 150 WORKERS 

NO LAYOFF AT LOUISBURG FURNITURE PLANT— OFFICIALS 

FEELINGS MIXED ON AT&T RECALL 

FORT BR AGG WO RKFORCE FACES LAYOFFS 

HARRIS-TEETER FLAWING TO BUY BIG STAR STORES 

195 AT BIG STAR FACE LOSS OF JOBS 



S 2 6/04/1988 A 4 E 



S 2 2/04/1988 A 


1 P N S92 


H 2 2/24/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


H 2 4/21/1988 B 


1 


N L40 


S 2 5/03/1988 A 


12 


J Oil 


CHH 1 6/23/1988 A 


3 


N K65 


H 2 8/19/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 2 9/29/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 2 12/21/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 1 3/01/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 2 4/05/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 2 4/21/1988 B 


1 


N L40 


H 2 5/22/1988 B 


7 D N C60 


H 2 5/30/1988 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 6/10/1988 A 


3 


N K65 


CHH 1 6/23/1988 A 


3 


N K65 


H 2 9/06/1988 B 


14 


N 


H 2 9/06/1988 B 


14 


N 


CHH 1 9/16/1988 A 


3 P N Vll 


H 2 9/21/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 2 12/06/1988 C 


5 


N 


CHH 1 12/28/1988 A 


3 


N M20 


H 2 5/28/1988 C 


1 


N M97 


H 2 5/29/1988 C 


11 


N 


H 2 11/13/1988 F 


1 


N 



H 1 3/19/1988 C 1 N 
H 1 7/12/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 2/07/1988 B 9 N 



H 2 5/12/1988 B 2 N 



H 2 5/22/1988 B 7 D N C60 



H 


2 


1/13/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


1 


1/22/1988 C 


1 P N T33 


H 


2 


1/25/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


1 


2/18/1988 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


2/23/1988 B 


10 


N 


S 


2 


2/24/1988 A 


5 


N 


S 


2 


2/26/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/02/1988 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 


3/02/1988 A 


1 


N W82 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



BIG STAR CLOSINGS MAY REACH 50X, EXECUTE SAYS 

23 FIRST UNION MORTGAGE OFFICES TO CLOSE 

GRANT FOR WORKERS 

CREEDMOOR PLANT CONFIRMS LAYOFFS, PLANS TO CLOSE 

CP&L OFFERS EARLY RETIREMENT TO 475 

DUKE POWER CONSIDERING COST CUTS; LAYOFFS RUMORED, BUT NOT CONFIRMED 

DUKE POWER CO. MULLS LAYOFFS 

FIRST UNION WILL REDUCE ITS WORK FORCE FURTHER 

CONE TO CLOSE MINNEOLA PLANT 

CONE MILLS CLOSING TO IDLE 500 WORKERS 

CLOSING SHOCKS MINNEOLA WORKERS 

CONE CLOSES ANOTHER PLANT 

BB&T FINANCIAL CORP. PLANS LAYOFFS 

DUKE POWER LAYOFFS COULD HIT 1,400 

CPU. EFFICIENCY STUDY MAY RESULT IN LAYOFFS 

N.C. WORKERS HIT BY UNUSUAL NUMBER OF MAJOR LAYOFFS 

FURNITURE PLANT LAYS OFF WORKERS 

LAYOFFS PREDICTED FOR RJR NABISCO 

AILING FURNITURE COMPANY TELLS 650 EMPLOYEES TO STAY HOME 

BUSINESSES, N.C, LOGOS 
SEE ALSO LOGOS 
MARTIN'S TV ADS CHANGED AFTER COMPANIES COMPLAIN 
DEMOCRATIC LEADER CRITICI2ES GOV. MARTIN'S CAMPAIGN ADS 

BUSINESSES, N.C, OPENINGS 

PARTICLEBOARD MILL OPENS NEAR MONCURE 

SENSOR RESEARCH FIRM MOVES FROM TEXAS TO HCRRISVILLE 

STEVENS DIVISION HEADQUARTERS WILL BE IN BURLINGTON 

AMERICAN OPENS RESERVATIONS CENTER 

GARNER GETS WOO MILLION RJR PLANT 

ALEXANDER JULIAN TO OPEN STORES, CHARLOTTE 1ST LOCATION 

CASCADE FIBERS PLANS TO OPEN PLANT IN SANFORD 

COOKIE PLANT TO PRODUCE GRAVY 

FORMER BIG STAR TO OPEN 

ROCKWELL PLANS TO ACTIVATE PLANT NEAR LAURINBURG 

IDLED STOKES COUNTY APPAREL PLANT TO REOPEN 

TOY COMPANY TO OPEN HEADQUARTERS 

GOV. MARTIN WELCOMES MAKER OF SPRINKLER SYSTEMS TO N.C 

BUSINESSES, N.C. PHILANTHROPY 

COMPANY DONATES TO COLLEGE FUND 

DUKE PLANS BONE MARROW CLINIC FOR CHILDREN 

GUESTS OF HONOR 

TWO FIRMS RENEW SCHOLARSHIPS FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

MORE BUSINESSES BECOMING INVOLVED IN SCHOOL ISSUES 

GLAXO PLEDGES CHALLENGE GRANT TO ASSIST ARTSCENTER 

DUKE POWER GIVES $2,000 TO SOUTH GRANVILLE COUNCIL 

AFTER-EFFECTS 

POOR, LONELY TO HAVE FREE YULE DINNER IN LOUISBURG 

BUSINESSES, N.C, PHYSICAL FITNESS 
SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FITNESS 
COMPANIES FIND KEEPING WORKERS 
CORPORATE ATHLETES PRAISED 



IN GOOD HEALTH IS GOOD BUSINESS 



BUSINESSES, N.C, PROFITS 

SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C, SALES AND EARNINGS 
SEE ALSO EARNINGS DIGEST (COLUMN) 

SNOW NIPPED TAR HEEL PROFITS 

EARNINGS DIGEST 

BUSINESSES, N.C, RANKINGS 
SEE ALSO N.C, RAWING 
RJR NABISCO STILL TOP SOUTHEASTERN FIRM 
SEVEN N.C. COMPANIES RANKED AMONG TOP 400 PRIVATE FIRMS 

BUSINESSES, N.C, SCHOOL SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO N.C BUSINESS COHMITTEE FOR EDUCATION 
COMPANY OFFERS «50,000 CHALLENGE ON COMPUTERS FOR PERSON SCHOOLS 



S I T 
E L Y 

-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



3/06/1988 

3/11/1988 

6/25/1988 

8/26/1988 

9/02/1988 

9/03/1988 

9/08/1988 

9/10/1988 

10/25/1988 

10/25/1988 

10/26/1988 

10/27/1988 

11/06/1988 

11/09/1988 

11/12/1988 

11/14/1988 

11/26/1988 

11/28/1988 

12/08/1988 



7 
8 
14 
1 
3 
1 
6 
8 
4 
6 



10 P N 
5 N 



N 

N 

N 

N H60 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



16 

11 

12 

13 

8 

1 

2 



H 2 3/13/1988 B 1 N 
H 2 3/16/1988 D 6 H 



H 


2 1/03/1988 B 


9 P P 


H 


2 1/31/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


1 2/06/1988 B 


1 


N H60 


S 


2 2/12/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


S 


2 2/19/1988 A 


1 


N S92 


S 


2 3/04/1983 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 3/09/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 3/20/1988 B 


12 


N 


S 


2 5/25/1988 A 


1 


N H02 


S 


2 8/03/1988 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 11/13/1988 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 12/02/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 12/25/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


1 1/12/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 5/12/1988 C 


1 P N W82 


S 


2 6/02/1988 A 


2 1 


P P C45 


H 


2 6/25/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 7/12/1988 B 


1 


N 


Dt 


1 1 8/08/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


H 


1 12/02/1988 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 12/08/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 12/24/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 5/22/1988 B 


7 D N C60 


H 


2 5/30/1988 A 


4 


L 



H 2 1/19/1988 A 9 N 
H 2 1/27/1988 C 3 N 



S 2 4/07/1988 C 6 C N 
H 2 12/01/1988 D 5 N 



H 1 6/08/1988 F 1 N 133 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



BUSINESS PEOPLE, EDUCATORS EXPLORE WAYS TO COOPERATE 
TWO FIRMS RENEW SCHOLARSHIPS FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 
MORE BUSINESSES BECOMING INVOLVED IN SCHOOL ISSUES 

BUSINESSES, N.C., SMOKING 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

NORTHERN TELECOM TO START NO-SMOKING POLICY IN SEPTEMBER 

JEFFERSON-PILOT TO BAN SMOKING 

GREENSBORO COUNCIL TO HOLD HEARING ON SMOKING BAN PROPOSAL 

BUSINESSES, N.C., STOCK OWNERSHIP 

LOG-HOME MAKER PLANS TO GO PUBLIC 

BUSINESSES, N.C., TAXES 

INVENTORY TAX REPEAL BOOSTS STATE ECONOMY 

RJR SECURES AGREEMENT FOR STUDY OF TAX CHANGES 

LEGISLATORS ASKED BY RJR TO CONSIDER TAX CHANGES 

TAX DISCOUNT GIVES MERCHANTS A WINDFALL 

MARTIN, JORDAN CLASH ON WHAT WAS OFFERED FOR BAKERY 

ANALYST: RJR TAX BREAK WOULD COST $26 MILLION 

ANALYST SAYS TAX BREAK WOULD COST $26 MILLION 

GOOD CORPORATIONS DON'T EXPECT HANDOUTS 

LEGISLATIVE LEADERS SUGGEST WAYS TO USE $45 MILLION TAX WINDFALL 

MONEY FIGURES FUZZY ON REINSTATING SALES TAX COLLECTION PLAN 

MERCHANT'S DISCOUNT DEBATED AS INDUSTRY RECRUITMENT 

CLASH LIKELY OVER TAX FEE FOR MERCHANTS 

MILLER BILL AIMS AT ATTRACTING INDUSTRY 

SENATE VOTES TO PAY MERCHANTS FOR COLLECTING SALES TAX 

SENATE VOTES- FOR ANNUAL TESTING OF HOME SCHOOL STUDENTS 

N.C. HOUSE PANEL REVISES TAX FORMULA 

MILLER BILL WILL BENEFIT COMPANIES BASED IN N.C. 

HOUSE VOTES FOR CHANGE IN BUSINESS INCOME TAX 

HOUSE APPROVES ALTERING CORPORATE INCOME TAX FORMULA 

APPLY SALES TAX EVENLY 

SALES TAX ON MAIL-ORDER ITEMS ON AGENDA IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

BILL ON CORPORATE TAXES STEAMS TOWARD SENATE FLOOR 

SENATE APPROVES TAX BREAK FOR MULTI-STATE BUSINESSES 

N.C. BUSINESS TAX BREAK CLEARS HURDLE 

STATE SENATE ENACTS TAX BREAK FOR MULTI-STATE COMPANIES 

STATE REVISES TAX CODES FOR GROWTH 

HOUSE OKS PERSON COUNTY TAX BILL 

SENATE APPROVES MAIL-ORDER SALES TAX 

SENATE SETS UP CONFRONTATION WITH HOUSE 

HOUSE APPROVES TWO DWI MEASURES 

SMALL BUSINESSES WIN ONE, LOSE ONE 

PANEL PROPOSES TAX CUTS TO AID SMALL BUSINESSES 

COUNTIES WITHOUT INTERSTATE ROADS LAG IN INDUSTRIAL RECRUITING 

SHALL BUSINESS TAX WORKSHOP SCHEDULED 

TAX BILL OF $126,000 MAY FORCE CLOSING OF STONEVILLE PLANT 

BUSINESSES, S MALL 

SEE ALSO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM _ 

SEE ALSO DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, SMALL BUSINESS INSTITUTE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY-OWNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO PIEDMONT TECHNICAL COLLEGE SMALL BUSINESS CENTER 

SEE ALSO SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

SEE ALSO SMALL BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CENTER 

SEE ALSO SMALL BUSINESS CENTERS 

SEE ALSO SMALL BUSINESS INCUBATOR 

SEE ALSO SMALL BUSINESS WEEK 

YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR WINS $10,000 TO TRY HIS IDEAS 

ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT IS ALIVE IN SALTER PATH 

TWO ENTREPRENEURS TO PRESENT PLANS AT VENTURE FORUM 

SMALL BUSINESSES TOPIC OF SEMINAR 

BONDING BUILDS MINORITY BARRIER 

SMALL FIRMS NEED SOME BONDING BREAKS 



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H 2 6/10/1988 C 1 N M97 
H 2 6/25/1988 C 3 N 
H 1 7/12/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 5/07/1988 B 4 N 
H 2 7/31/1988 F 1 N 
H 2 8/17/1988 A 16 N 



H 2 1/31/1988 B 7 N 



1/26/1988 A 
2/20/1988 A 
2/21/1988 B 
2/22/1988 A 
2/25/1988 A 
2/26/1988 C 
2/27/1988 A 
3/01/1988 A 
4/01/1988 B 
5/26/1988 A 
5/30/1988 A 
6/10/1988 C 
6/10/1988 C 
6/11/1988 B 
6/14/1988 B 
6/14/1988 A 
6/15/1988 C 
6/16/1988 A 
6/17/1988 B 
6/20/1988 A 
6/20/1988 B 
6/23/1988 A 
6/24/1988 B 
6/24/1988 A 
6/25/1988 A 
6/27/1988 C 
6/28/1988 B 
6/30/1988 C 
7/01/1988 B 
7/02/1988 A 
7/28/1988 A 
8/04/1988 D 
9/25/1988 A 
10/25/1988 C 
11/23/1988 B 



4 
2 
1 
4 

13 
6 

13 
4 
5 
5 
6 
1 



6 P N 

3 N 
5 N 
1 P N 
5 P N 

14 N 
11 N 

4 E 
1 P N 
9 N 
9 N 



E 
N 
N 
L 

N L40 
N 
N 
E 
N 

J Oil 
J Oil 
N L40 



2 

11 
3 
1 
5 
9 

10 
5 
4 

14 
1 
2 



N 

N 

J 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

J Oil 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 


2 


3/31/1988 A 


17 


N 


S 


2 


4/01/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


4/02/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


4/02/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


4/08/1988 A 


1 


N H70 


S 


2 


4/14/1988 A 


4 


E 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
- 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SMALL-BUSINESS AWARD PLANNED IN PERSON 

CHAMBER KICKS OFF FEELING GOOD PROGRAM 

CHAMBER HONORS 2 DURHAM BUSINESSMEN 

CHAMBER LAUDS ENTREPRENEUR, BUSINESSMAN 

PROGRAM TO HELP FLEDGLING COMPANIES IN N.C.'S AILING RURAL AREAS 

LIABILITY CRUNCH STILL HURTS SMALL BUSINESSES 

SENATE VOTES FOR ANNUAL TESTING OF HOME SCHOOL STUDENTS 

HOME SCHOOL TESTING BILL GETS TENTATIVE N.C. SENATE APPROVAL 

CONFERENCE TARGETS RISING STARS 

CARRBORO DEVELOPMENT LOAN GOES TO CARR MILL RESTAURANT 

DURHAM TECH TO OPEN EDUCATION CENTER TO AID SMALL BUSINESSES 

MINORITY BUSINESS CONFERENCE OPENS 

SMALL BUSINESSES WIN ONE, LOSE ONE 

MICHAUX: DIFFERENT AMERICAS STILL EXIST 

price pushes small business help 

regulation upsets home workers 

give home-business operators 2nd chance 

county may consider extending deadline on home-businesses lau 

panel proposes tax cuts to aid small businesses 

duke students offer free business advice 

garrard to head education center 

small business seminar's focus 'go international' 

troubled firm leaves town with suits on its heels 

bill may help n.c. business 

home businesses may get permit deadline extended 

state legislatures create programs to aid small business 

student's balloon business flying high 

small business tax workshop scheduled 

chamber of commerce's small business council to hold fair 

small business association honors state sen. royall 

small business fair draws 100 to meet with larger companies 

$1.7 million in business loans approved 

businesses, u.s. 

see also career planning 

see also children, businesses 

see also corruption in business 

see also discount houses 

see also dress for success (book) 

see also free enterprise 

see also fringe benefits 

see also holding companies 

see also industrial relocation 

see also internships 

see also investors, u.s. 

see also leveraged buyouts 

see also mail-order business 

see also mergers and takeovers 

see also minority business enterprise program 

see also "poison pill" provisions 

see also political campaign contributions 

see also public-private cooperative ventures 

see also trademarks 

see also women, businesses 

author: change can help firms compete 

flexibility: author of best seller gives clues to surviving... 

best place for companies"? report taps the northeast 

drought-big business link 

'we have nothing to worry about' 

businesses, u.s., aids 
see also acquired immune deficiency syndrome, u.s. cases 
EXPERT! HOLD AIDS seminars in workplace 

BUSINESSES, U.S., ARTS SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO ARTS U.S. 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, ARTS SUPPORT 
SEMINAR SET TODAY AT DUKE ON PRIVATE SUPPORT OF ARTS 







S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


1 


4/26/1988 C 


4 N 


H 


2 


5/01/1988 B 


8 N C60 


S 


2 


5/09/1988 C 


1 N W82 


H 


2 


5/10/1988 C 


1 P N C60 


H 


2 


5/19/1988 C 


10 N 


S 


2 


5/30/1988 A 


1 P N B85 


H 


2 


6/14/1988 B 


5 N 


S 


2 


6/14/1988 C 


4 N 


CHH 1 


6/20/1988 A 


7 P N 


CHH 1 


7/13/1988 A 


1 N Vll 


H 


2 


7/27/1988 B 


1 N J40 


H 


2 


7/28/1988 B 


7 P N C44 


S 


2 


7/28/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


7/29/1988 A 


10 P N C44 


Ofr 


1 


7/29/1988 A 


3 N B21 


S 


2 


7/30/1988 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 


8/01/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


8/03/1988 C 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


8/04/1988 D 


4 N 


H 


2 


8/24/1988 B 


5 N D80 


S 


2 


9/09/1988 C 


1 P N W82 


H 


2 


9/13/1988 B 


10 N 


s 


2 


9/13/1988 B 


1 N W82 


CHh 


1 


10/05/1988 A 


8 N 


S 


2 


10/10/1988 A 


1 P N H65 


CHH 1 


10/21/1988 A 


10 N 


S 


2 


10/22/1988 B 


1 P N W82 


H 


1 


10/25/1988 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


10/29/1988 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 10/30/1988 B 


8 N 


H 


2 


11/10/1983 C 


2 P N C47 


S 


2 12/17/1988 C 


2 P N 



S 2 

H 2 
H 2 
H 2 

CHH 1 



4/07/1988 C 
4/10/1988 C 
4/13/1988 A 
7/01/1988 A 
11/11/1988 A 



1 P N W82 
11 P N A54 
10 P N 

4 L 

3 P N M25 



H 1 8/09/1988 B 5 N 



H 2 6/10/1988 C 2 N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



STUDY LOOKS AT BOARDROOM 'CRISIS' 

STUDY? SHAREHOLDERS SUITS RARELY SUCCEED AGAINST CORP. BOARD 

BUSINESSES, U.S., CHILD CARE CENTERS 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 
DAY CARE THINKING CHANGES 

BUSINESSES, U.S., CLOSING 

CONGRESS SHOULDN'T HIDE BEHIND TRADE BILL 

SUN'S VIEW OF PLANT-CLOSING LEGISLATION IS NONSENSICAL 

SANFORD: REAGAN THREATENS TRADE BILL 

CITY FLOWER BEDS SHOW COMMITMENT TO BEAUTY 

AIRLINE DEREGULATION MAY CUT COMPETITION 

BUSINESSES, U.S., DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO "SUBSTANCE ABUSE IN THE WORKPLACE - STRATEGIES FOR THE 1990S" 

REAGAN MAY ATTEND DUKE CONFERENCE 

REAGAN COMING TO DURHAM? 

REAGAN BRINGS ANTI-DRUG WAR TO DUKE 

LABOR SECRETARY SAYS DRUG ABUSE IN WORKPLACES COSTING U.S. BILLIONS... 

GIPPER HONORARY BLUE DEVIL 

GET RID OF DRUG-ABUSE PROBLEM, NOT WORKER 

BUSINESSES, U.S., EMPLOYEE THEFTS 
SEE BUSINESSES, EMPLOYEE THEFT 

BUSINESSES, U.S., EMPLOYEES 

SENSITIVITY PRODUCTIVITY KEY— HARRIS 

•88 GROWTH PREDICTED SLOW, BUT CONSISTENT 

REAGAN IGNORING WORKERS 

COMPANIES FIND KEEPING WORKERS IN GOOD HEALTH IS GOOD BUSINESS 

LAWYER: BLANKET POLICY WRONG APPROACH TO SMOKING ON JOB 

WORKING PEOPLE WORSE OFF 

EXPERT PREDICTS CORPORATE WELCOME FOR WORKERS WHO DON'T FIT A MOLD 

RISING EMPLOYER COSTS 

DON'T REQUIRE OVERTIME 

BUSINESSES, U.S., HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C., HEALTH CARE 
NEW DURHAM BEST WESTERN MOTEL AT TRAVELERS WANTING STUDIO-SUITES 
DON'T NATIONALIZE HEALTH PLAN 

BUSINESSES, U.S., INCOME TAXES 
SEE ALSO INCOME TAXES 
MORE CORPORATIONS PAYING TAXES UNDER NEW LAWS 

BUSINESSES, U.S., LAWSUITS 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, U.S. 
UNC STUDY: SUITS' FAILURE MEANS INSURANCE TOO COSTLY 

BUSINESSES, U.S., LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C., LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO UNEMPLOYMENT, U.S. 

COLORCRAFT CHAIRMAN EXPECTS TO ELIMINATE 4,000 PHOTO LAB JOBS 

CONGRESS SHOULDN'T HIDE BEHIND TRADE BILL 

SUN'S VIEW OF PLANT-CLOSING LEGISLATION IS NONSENSICAL 

AIRLINE CUTS RDU LINKS; NO LAYOFFS 

JORDAN ISSUES CHALLENGE TO MARTIN ON BILL 

GTE CUTBACKS LEAVE DURHAM STAFF 'ON HOLD' 

N. TELECOM TO MOVE 100 WORKERS TO RTP 

BUSINESSES, U.S., MIGRATION 
SEE INDUSTRIAL RELOCATION 

BUSINESSES, U.S., PHILANTHROPY 
SEE ALSO PHILANTHROPY 
SURVEY CITES IBM FOR ITS GENEROSITY 

BUSINESSES, U.S., PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAMS 



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H 2 12/30/1988 C 



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N 
N U80 



H 2 5/24/1988 A 4 E 



4/25/1988 
5/02/1988 
5/19/1988 
8/04/1988 
9/08/1988 



1/27/1988 
1/29/1988 
2/08/1988 
2/09/1988 
2/09/1988 
2/09/1988 



4 E 
4 L 
1 P N B85 
4 E 
4 E 



3/09/1988 C 

3/20/1988 B 

5/11/1988 A 

5/22/1988 B 

9/22/1988 B 

9/26/1988 A 

10/26/1988 A 

10/31/1988 A 

11/10/1988 A 



1 

11 
4 
7 
1 
4 

14 
4 
4 



N 046 
E 

N S92 
N C60 
N S92 
E 



N K65 
N 
L 

N C60 
N C47 
L 

N K65 
E 
L 



H 2 2/07/1988 B 7 P U L41 
H 2 9/25/1988 D 4 E 



H 2 9/23/1988 A 1 N 



S 2 12/19/1988 C 1 N 



H 


2 2/09/1988 C 


9 P N L41 


S 


2 4/25/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 5/02/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 7/23/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 8/03/1988 B 


10 N 


S 


2 11/10/1988 A 


1 N 


S 


2 12/07/1988 A 


1 N S92 



H 2 1/08/1988 B 6 N 



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SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FITNESS 
COMPANIES FIND KEEPING WORKERS IN GOOD HEALTH IS GOOD BUSINESS 

BUSINESSES, U.S., RELOCATION 

DURHAM SHOULD FIGHT TO KEEP GTE IN TOWN 

BUSINESSES, U.S., SMOKING 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

EMPLOYERS HEED CALL FOR SMOKE-FREE OFFICE 

WORKPLACE SMOKE MAY PROVE COSTLY 

LAWYER! BLANKET POLICY WRONG APPROACH TO SMOKING ON JOB 



BUSINESSES, U.S., TAXES 
SEE BUSINESSES, U.S., 



INCOME TAXES 



BUSING 

SEE SCHOOLS, N.C., BUSING 
SEE SCHOOLS, U.S., BUSING 

BUTADIENE 

SEE ALSO CHEMICALS 

SCIENTISTS EXAMINE CHEMICAL'S EFFECTS ON LABORATORY MICE 

STUDIES OF EXPOSURE TO BUTADIENE PROVIDE HELP ON SETTING NEW LIMIT 

BUTCHER & SINGER INC. 

WHEAT, FIRST, BUTCHER & SINGER DECIDE TO JOIN 

BUTCHERING 

SEE ALSO MEAT 
POLICE LOG/PIG'S FOOT SLICER CUTS FINGER 

BUTNER, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION AT BUTNER 
ATOM SMASHER TO BE TOPIC 
SUPERCOLLIDER MEETING SET FEB. 9 IN BUTNER 
VIEWS MAY COLLIDE AT TODAY'S HEARING 
SUPER COLLIDER HEARINGS SET 
BUTN£R ALARMED OVER SUPER COLLIDER 
OPEN-MINDED CANDIDATE 
HIGH WINDS AND HAIL HIT BUTNER 
COMPANY SETS BUTNER HEARING 
AETC OFFICIAL TALKS OF GOOD NEIGHBOR IMAGE 
COMPANY GETS QUESTIONS AT BUTNER HEARING 
BUTNER GETTING GAZEBO 

BUTNER, N.C, BUSINESSES 

BUTNER BUSINESS RECEIVES GOVERNOR'S AWARD 
INDUSTRIAL PARK IN BUTNER WILL HAVE 18 TRACTS 

BUTNER, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS PARADES, N.C. 
ENTRIES SOUGHT FOR BUTNER PARADE 
BUTNER PREPARES FOR YULE PARADE 
CREEDMCOR, BUTNER PARADES SATURDAY 
CREEDMCOR, BUTNER PARADES TODAY 
PARADE SEASON 

BUTNER, N.C, ORDINANCES 

BUTNER SETS HEARINGS ON ORDINANCE TONIGHT 
BUTNER SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE APPROVED 
BUTNER SETS MEETING ON ZONING ORDINANCE 

BUTNER, N.C, SEWAGE TREATMENT 

SEE ALSO BUTNER, N.C, WATER AND SEWER LINES 
STATE OKS BUTNER DELAY ON SEWAGE PLANT RULES 
SEWAGE PLANT AT BUTNER GIVEN UNTIL 1990 TO MEET REGULATIONS 
CREEDMOOR LINES HOOKED TO BUTNER PLANT 
WASTE RATE INCREASES IN BUTNER BEGIN JAN. 1 



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H 2 4/22/1988 A 4 E 



S 2 2/24/1988 A 10 N 
H 2 9/01/1988 D 7 N 
H 2 9/22/1988 B 1 P N C47 



4/13/1988 C 2 
4/14/1988 B 4 



N M97 
N M97 



H -2 8/07/1988 B 12 N 



CHH 1 8/23/1988 A 11 N 



S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/26/1988 B 

1 1/27/1988 C 

2 2/09/1988 B 
2 2/09/1988 A 
2 2/10/1988 A 
2 2/25/1988 A 

1 5/21/1988 B 

2 7/30/1988 B 
2 9/02/1988 C 
1 10/21/1988 B 
1 12/01/1988 C 


1 N 

1 N 

1 N T33 
1 N E85 
1 P N M06 
4 L 
1 P N M66 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 P P M64 


H 
H 


1 3/19/1988 C 

2 4/06/1988 C 


1 N 

2 M N 


H 
S 

H 
H 
H 


2 10/29/1988 C 
2 11/02/1988 C 
1 12/02/1988 C 

1 12/03/1988 C 

2 12/04/1988 B 


6 N 

12 N 

1 N 

1 N 

1 P P C45 



H 2 7/07/1988 B 1 N T33 
H 1 7/08/1988 C 1 N 
H 1 8/03/1988 B 1 N 



S 2 3/30/1988 A 1 N M06 

H 2 3/31/1988 B 2 N 

H 2 5/03/1988 C 14 N 

H 1 12/29/1988 C 1 N T33 



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SUBJECTS 



AETC OFFICIAL TALKS OF GOOD NEIGHBOR IMAGE 

BUTNER, N.C., WATER AND SEWER LINES 

SEE ALSO BUTNER, N.C., SEWAGE TREATMENT 
STATE OKS BUTNER DELAY ON SEWAGE PLANT RULES 
BUTNER SETS UP NEW PROCEDURES ON WATER, SEWER 
MEETING SET IN BUTNER ON COMPANY'S REQUEST 
BUTNER PLAN COMMISSION TABLES COMPANY'S REQUEST 
BUTNER COMMISSION TO MEET TUESDAY ON FIRM'S REQUEST 
BUTNER OKS WATER ALLOCATION FOR AETC PLANT 
WASTE RATE INCREASES IN BUTNER BEGIN JAN. 1 

BUTNER, N.C. , ZONING 
SEE ALSO ZONING LAWS 
BUTNER SETS HEARINGS ON ORDINANCE TONIGHT 
BUTNER SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE APPROVED 
BUTNER SETS MEETING ON ZONING ORDINANCE 
BUTNER ADOPTS ZONING ORDINANCE 

BUTNER BULL TEST STATION 
SEE ALSO BEEF 
SEE ALSO BULLS 
SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 
N.C. STATE UNIVERSITY TO DEDICATE BEEF RESEARCH CENTER NEAR BUTNER 

BUTNER GAME LANDS 

PART OF BUTNER GAME LANDS CLOSED 

BUTNER PLANNING COMMISSION 

SOUTHCHEM WANTS BUTNER PANEL TO TABLE ITS RELOCATION REQUEST 

BUTNER TABLES INDEFINITELY REQUEST FROM SOUTHCHEM 

BUTNER SETS UP NEW PROCEDURES ON WATER, SEWER 

THREE BOARDS IN GRANVILLE PLAN TO MEET JOINTLY 

MEETING SET IN BUTNER ON COMPANY'S REQUEST 

BUTNER PLAN COMMISSION TABLES COMPANY'S REQUEST 

BUTNER COMMISSION TO MEET TUESDAY ON FIRM'S REQUEST 

BUTNER OKS WATER ALLOCATION FOR AETC PLANT 

BUTNER SETS HEARINGS ON ORDINANCE TONIGHT 

BUTNER SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE APPROVED 

BUTNER SETS MEETING ON ZONING ORDINANCE 

BUTNER ADOPTS ZONING ORDINANCE 

PARK, CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS ARE PLANNED IN BUTNER 

BUTNER/STEM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

ARCHITECT CHOSEN FOR BUTNER-STEM SCHOOL EXPANSION 

BUTTERFLIES 

BUTTERFLY RIVALRY LEADS TO MARRIAGE, MERGED BUSINESS 
WORRIES AND BUTTERFLIES 
THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY 

BUY QUICK FOOD MART (ALSTON & WORTH AVE.) 

TWO WOUNDED IN SHOOTOUT IN LOT AT CONVENIENCE STORE 

BUY QUICK FOOD MART (CORNWALLIS RD. ) 
THIEVES ENTER STORE THROUGH ROOF 

BUY QUICK FOOD MART (S. BRIGGS & ANGIER AVE.) 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 6 FOR ROBBERY 
COWARD SENTENCED IN ARMED ROBBERIES 
MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO ARMED ROBBERIES, GETS 25 YEARS 
TWO GET 14 YEARS EACH FOR ROBBERIES 
MEN SENTENCED IN ROBBERIES 

BUY QUICK FOOD MART (U.S. 70) 
MASKED MEN ROB STORE 

BUZZARD'S ROOST 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, DURHAM 
MAN FOUND DEAD IN COLD 



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H 2 9/02/1988 C 1 N T33 



s 


2 3/30/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


1 4/20/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 6/02/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 6/04/1988 B 


5 


N T33 


H 


1 6/17/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 6/23/1988 B 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 12/29/1988 C 


1 


N T33 



H 2 7/07/1988 B 1 N T33 

H 1 7/08/1988 C 1 N 

H 1 8/03/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 8/05/1988 C 1 N 



H 1 11/05/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 11/14/1988 B 6 N 



H 


2 


1/07/1988 B 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 


1/15/1988 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 


4/20/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/18/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


6/02/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/04/1988 B 


5 


N T33 


H 


1 


6/17/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/23/1988 B 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 


7/07/1988 B 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 


7/08/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


8/03/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/05/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


8/06/1988 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 


1/23/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 


2/22/1988 B 


1 P N P41 


H 


2 


7/07/1988 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


8/21/1988 A 


3 P P T44 



H 2 11/21/1988 B 1 N M51 
H 2 10/02/1988 A 13 N 



s 


2 


1/05/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


5/31/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


6/01/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


7/26/1988 B 


10 


N S82 


S 


2 


7/26/1988 A 


9 


N B53 



H 2 3/28/1988 C 1 N 080 



H 2 1/15/1988 C 1 N N36 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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BYNUM, N.C. 

SEEING THINGS 

HAW WATER QUALITY STILL OPEN TO DEBATE 

CHATHAM OKS PITTSBGRO PACT 

BYRD TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT 

2 VEHICLES STOLEN AT BYRD'S TRACTOR 
2 MEN CHARGED IN TRACTOR THEFT 
FIVE TRACTORS STOLEN 

BYRD'S FOOD STORE (HILLSBOROUGH ROAD) 
TWO BUSINESSES ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

BYRD'S FOOD STORES 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

SHORT CAUSES FIRE IN GROCERY 

C-4 MEDIA CABLE 

ALAMANCE OKS CABLE TV FRANCHISE 

C-5A GALAXY 

AIR FORCE C-5A TRANSPORT STARTLES RESIDENTS OF CLEVELAND COUNTY 

C-130 (AIRPLANE) 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES 
JULY CRASH TURNED MILITARY SHOW INTO SCENE OF HORROR 

C-SPAN 

IMPORTANT POLITICAL MOMENT RELIVED IN RERUN THANKS TO C-SPAN 

CASH 

SEE COALITION FOR ALTERNATIVES TO SHEARON HARRIS 

CAT SCANNERS 

SEE SCANNERS (MEDICAL EQUIPMENT) 

CATCH 

SEE CITIZENS AGAINST THE COLLIDER HERE (CATCH) 

CATCH (CAROLINA ANGLERS TEACH CHILDREN HOW) 
SEE ALSO FISHING 

SEE ALSO N.C. WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMMISSION 
YOUNGSTERS GET HOOKED ON FISHING 

CBR ASSOCIATES 

DURHAM WOMAN AMONG WINNERS OF ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT AWARD 
ROBERTSON MAKES BREAKS GO HER WAY 

CBS 

SEE ALSO TELEVISION 
CBS FIRES JIMMY 'THE GREEK' FOR REMARKS ABOUT BLACKS 
JIMMY 'THE GREEK' MEETS WITH JACKSON, APOLOGIZES AGAIN 
CBS FIRES 'THE GREEK' FOR OFFENSIVE REMARKS 
DEER CBS!... (CARTOON) 
UNWARRANTED BADGERING 

SPEAKING OF WALKING OFF THE SET... (CARTOON) 
RATHER WAS UNFAIR 

DAN RATHER WAS ONLY DOING REPORTER'S JOB 
BURLINGTON REP. ASKS RATHER TO APOLOGIZE 
CONFOUNDED BY CBS 

THE GREEK ARTICULATED FEARS OF HIS TIMES 
CBS SHOW FILMS 'PACK TEAM 
CBS FILMS WOLFPACK BASKETBALL 
CBS SHOW UPSETS OFFICIALS AT NCSU 
VERDICT IN TOBACCO ADS SUIT UPHELD 

CBS SUNDAY MORNING 

FILM OF DANCE FESTIVAL TO BE PART OF TV SHOW 



S 2 5/19/1988 D 1 P G B71 
CHH 1 10/07/1988 A 1 M N M25 
H 2 10/11/1988 B 1 N M25 



H 2 2/23/1988 B 16 N 
H 2 2/29/1988 B 9 N 
H 2 4/27/1988 C 6 N 



H 2 2/15/1988 B 7 N 
H 2 2/22/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 6/06/1988 B 6 N 
H 2 6/30/1988 C 7 N 



H 1 10/11/1988 B 1 N T35 

H 2 5/26/1988 C 8 N 

H 2 1/01/1988 B 3 N 

CHH 1 7/18/1988 A 5 U H03 



H 2 5/24/1988 B 1 P N D22 



S 2 4/23/1988 A 9 P N W82 
S 2 4/29/1988 A 1 P N W82 



H 


2 


1/17/1988 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/18/1988 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 


1/18/1989 D 


8 N 


S 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


4 T T 


H 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


5 L 


S 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


1 


1/29/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


2/01/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


2/04/1988 A 


4 P J 


H 


2 


2/25/1988 B 


1 P N L90 


S 


2 


2/25/1988 A 


13 P N K30 


H 


2 


4/03/1988 B 


6 N 


H 


2 


4/05/1988 A 


14 N 



H 2 7/12/1988 B 1 H 



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S 2 7/14/1988 D 9 N B71 
H 2 4/04/1988 B 3 N 



S 2 11/03/1988 C 1 N B53 



ADF FEATURED ON CBS 

CCAIR INC. 

COMMUTER AIRLINE HAY LOSE SUBSIDY 

CCB FINANCIAL CORP. 

SEE CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK FINANCIAL CORP. 

CD'S QUICK STOP 

POLICE PROBE STORE HOLDUPS 

CETA 

SEE COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT 

CHANCE (CONCERN AND HELP FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF NEEDY CHILDREN...) 

SEE ALSO FUND RAISING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF FUND RAISING PROJECTS i SPONSORING GROUPS) 
SEE ALSO TUTORING PROGRAMS 
BANDS TO BATTLE AT DUKE TONIGHT H 2 2/26/1988 C 

HIGH SCHOOLERS GET A 'C.H.A.N.C.E.' S 2 3/21/1988 A 

DUKE SENIOR'S PROGRAM TRIES TO GIVE DEPRIVED STUDENTS A CHANCE H 2 11/25/1988 B 

CHAPS CENTER 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOLIC TREATMENT CENTERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 

4 SITES PROPOSED FOR REHAB CENTER 

COCAINE ADDICTION INCREASING 

PROGRAM HELPS KIDS KICK DRUGS 

CHILD PROJECT (CHILDREN WITH HANDICAPS INTEGRATED IN DAY CARE) 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 
GRANT MILL HELP DURHAM FIND NEEDY PRE-SCHOOLERS 

CONTACT DURHAM, INC. (CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM) 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, DURHAM 
THE VOICE OF COMPASSION 

BENEFIT IS SCHEDULED SUNDAY FOR COMMUNITY SHELTER AND JOB SERVICE 
NEU CONTACT TELEMINISTRY DIRECTOR DOESN'T 'SIT STILL WELL' 
VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR 

COPE (COMMITTEE ON POLITICAL EDUCATION) 

SEE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 

CPD LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 

DEVELOPMENT PLANNED FOR OLD HILL BUILDING 

CROP (ACRONYM) 

SEE CROP (ORGANIZATION TO RELIEVE WORLD HUNGER) 

CRS SIRRINE (FORMERLY J. E. SIRRINE) 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME BUYS CRS SIRRINE'S PARK PROPERTY 
ENGINEERING GROUP WILL MOVE TO CAPITAL CENTER 

CRX MEDICAL 

ENTREPRENEURIAL COUNCIL FOUNDERS PRAISED BY MARTIN AT VENTURE '88 

CSS CURLEW 

SEARCHERS FIND REMAINS OF CONFEDERATE WARSHIP 

CSX CORP. 

RALEIGH PLANS TO FIGHT PROPOSAL TO REROUTE AMTRAK'S SILVER STAR 

SANFORD OPPOSES RALEIGH'S LOSS OF SILVER STAR 

EMPTY SCHOOL BUS STRUCK BY TRAIN IN WILSON COUNTY 

MAYORS SEEKING STRATEGY TO KEEP AMTRAK SERVICE 

OFFICIAL SAYS DURHAM UNLIKELY TO GET AMTRAK 

SOUTHERN PINES, RAILROAD MAY TAKE DIVERGING PATHS 

AMTRAK WANTS TO REROUTE ; THREATENS RALEIGH SERVICE 

NORFOLK SOUTHERN PLANNING TO DROP 326 MILES OF TRACK 

AMTRAK TO REROUTE SILVER STAR IN N.C. 



N 
N 

N J04 



H 2 4/27/1988 A 1 N C60 
H 2 8/28/1988 B 1 N M51 
H 2 12/24/1988 C 1 P N K65 



S 2 5/28/1988 A 1 P N S92 



H 2 5/02/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 7/16/1988 A 7 I 

H 2 8/11/1988 B 1 P N P38 

H 2 11/23/1988 C 2 P P S73 



H 2 11/29/1988 B 1 N N36 



2 2/17/1988 B 
2 4/09/1988 A 



11 N R80 
8 P N U82 



H 2 5/13/1988 B 10 N C47 



H 


2 


9/24/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


1/23/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/27/1988 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 


2/13/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


2/23/1988 B 


16 


N 066 


H 


2 


2/24/1988 C 


3 


N 066 


S 


2 


3/28/1988 A 


8 P N 


S 


2 


3/31/1988 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 


4/12/1988 B 


18 


N 


S 


2 


6/17/1988 A 


9 


N 



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SUBJE 



'SPECIAL PROVISIONS' PROMPT AMTRAK ROUTE DEBATE 

AMTRAK ROUTE CHANGE RUNS INTO A SNAG 

FREIGHT TRAIN DERAILS IN N.C. 

TRAIN DERAILMENT NEAR WILSON FORCES REROUTING 

SPUR DISPUTE MAY KILL AMTRAK LINK 

CPIL SEEKS APPROVAL FOR N-WASTE SHIPMENT PLANS 

CSX IS CLOSING LOADING OPERATION 

HISTORIC COMMISSION GETTING 92-YEAR-OLD RAILWAY STATION 

C A. DILLON SCHOOL 

ESCAPED YOUTHS RETURNED TO DILLON 

TWO DILLON SCHOOL ESCAPEES RETURNED 

TEEN SEX OFFENDER MAY BE RELEASEDi JUDGE RAPS TREATMENT 

YOUNG SEX OFFENDER TO BE RELEASED IN JUNE AFTER 3 1/2 YEARS 

C. C. MANOfl INC. 

teer's park-way bid low 

teer is awarded parkway contract 

transportation board approves durham road contracts 

a little traveling music, maestro. ..please 

contract let for widening 1-40 from research park to raleigh 

ueaver st. repair still 9 days off 

bad weather, delays give weaver street another detour 

c. c. spaulding elementary school 
dare program helps 5th-grader 
students ask how to say 'no' to drugs 
thanks for dare program 
durham welcomes the world 
police probe cooler break-in at school 
fossil fuel for thought 

c. c. woods construction co. 

vance courthouse renovation work contracts awarded 

black contractor faults bond survey 

city receives bids for new fire station 

southern durham fire station ok'd by panel 

rec center cost cuts are sought 

minorities issue postpones campus hills center action 

woods: involving minorities costly 

are contractors' quotas realistic? 

contractor: CAMPUS HILLS GOALS TOO HIGH 

C. T. WILSON CO. 

TREATED LUMBER STOLEN FROM CONSTRUCTION SITE 

KEY VOLUNTEERS ARE HONORED AT LUNCHEON 

THEY HELP FILL MANY NEEDS; SALUTING THE KEY VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR 

HARD-HAT JOB TESTS METTLE, BUT WOMAN'S NOT A QUITTER 

CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON CANCER TREATMENT FACILITY 

C. W. STANFORD JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

SEE STANFORD JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL (NOW STANFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL) 

CABARRUS COUNTY, N.C. 

CABARRUS CLAIMS 1 OF LARGEST DOGWOODS 

CABARRUS COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

ROBESON SCHOOL MERGER APPEARS LIKELY TO PASS 

CABINS 

SEE LOG CABINS 

CABLE TELEVISION, DUKE UNIV. 

SEE DUKE UNIV., CABLE TELEVISION 

CABLE TELEVISION, DtKHAM 
SEE CABLEVISION OF DURHAM 

CABLE TELEVISION, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CARY, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 



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P 


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


H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 6/21/1988 B 
2 7/15/1988 B 
2 7/29/1988 A 
2 8/31/1988 A 
2 11/24/1988 B 
2 12/18/1988 A 
2 12/18/1988 D 
1 12/31/1988 C 


1 N L40 
9 N 

2 N 
9 N 
7 N 

1 M N C60 
13 N 
1 N 



S 2 3/02/1988 A 15 N 

H 1 3/03/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 4/25/1988 B 1 N S82 

H 2 5/30/1988 B 1 N S82 



S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 


2/08/1988 A 
2/12/1988 A 
3/12/1988 C 
5/13/1988 C 
8/13/1988 C 
9/27/1988 A 
10/06/1988 A 


1 N M06 
1 N M06 
1 N R53 
1 P P T37 
1 N R53 
1 P N Vll 
3 P N Vll 


S 

H 
H 
S 

S 

s 


2 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 


1/15/1988 A 
1/16/1988 C 
1/23/1988 A 
4/07/1988 A 
5/14/1988 B 
5/21/1988 B 


4 L 
1 P N J40 
4 L 
6 P F S27 
1 N 
8 P P T37 


H 
S 
S 

H 
S 
S 
S 
H 

s 


1 2/10/1988 B 

2 4/28/1988 A 
2 7/14/1988 A 
2 7/15/1988 C 
2 12/06/1988 A 
2 12/20/1988 A 
2 12/21/1988 A 
2 12/27/1988 A 
2 12/29/1988 A 


1 N 
1 N H70 
1 M N H70 
1 N 
1 M N H70 
1 N H70 
1 N H70 
4 E 
1 N H70 


H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 


4/02/1988 B 
4/22/1988 A 
4/29/1988 A 
8/07/1988 B 
9/06/1988 A 


3 N 

6 P F S56 
6 P F S56 
1 P N P38 
3 P N L38 



S 2 5/04/1988 C 11 N 
H 2 3/09/1988 A 11 N 



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SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO MADISON CABLEVISION 
SEE ALSO PAY TV 

CARY PANEL TO PROBE ALERT CABLE TV RECORD 

CABLE TV DISPUTE IN MORGANTON REACHES SUPREME COURT 

TOWN WANTS TO OWN CABLE TV 

COURT HEARS MORGANTON CABLE TV CASE 

FETZER'S ADS APPEARING ON CABLE TV 

MAINSTREAM CHURCHES PLUG INTO CABLE TV 

ALAMANCE OKS CABLE TV FRANCHISE 

MERGER WON'T CHANGE CABLE TV 

CABLE TELEVISION, PIRACY 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, U.S. 
CABLE PIRATES STEALING MILLIONS IN DURHAM 

CABLE TELEVISION, U.S. 
SEE ALSO ALERT CABLE TV 
SEE ALSO CABLEVISION OF DURHAM 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., CABLE TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO ROXBORO CABLEVISION, INC. 
SEE ALSO SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS FOR LEARNING (SCOLA) 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION SHOPPING 

NYET TO AWARDS 

CABLE FIRM SEES LITTLE IMPACT FROM RULING 

CABLE VALUE NETWORK 

SEE ALSO TELEVISION SHOPPING 
TELEVISION WORKS LIKE MAIL-ORDER CATALOG 

CABLEVISION INDUSTRIES CORP. 

MERGER WON'T CHANGE CABLE TV 

CABLEVISION OF DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ALERT CABLE TV 
SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION 

AIRPORT FOCUS OF TV PROGRAMS 

MAYOR HOSTS SHOW 

CABLE FIRM SEES LITTLE IMPACT FROM RULING 

CABLEVISION RELOCATES OFFICE 

FANS FLOCK TO GET CABLE SERVICE FOR FIGHT 

CABLEVISION TO COVER BAMBINO TOURNAMENT 

HEARINGS TO DISCUSS CABLE TV SERVICE 

THE CITY OF DURHAM AND CABLEVISION ADVISORY BOARD... (AD) 

DURHAM CABLEVISION TO SHOW SERIES ON NUCLEAR ARMS RACE 

CABLE TV AIRS ARMS RACE FILMS 

CABLE PREMIERE RILES A 'MOONSTRUCK' FAN 

CABLE PIRATES STEALING MILLIONS IN DURHAM 

CACTI 

CACTUS FLOWER 

CADILLACS 

SEE ALSO GENERAL MOTORS 
LOUISBURG MAN INDICTED ON 26 COUNTS OF ASSAULT 

CADRE TECHNOLOGIES INC. 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE, R.I. FIRM PLAN MARKETING PACT 

CAESAREAN BIRTHS 

SEE CESAREAN SECTIONS 

CAFE GIORGIOS (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

NEW CAFE GIORGIOS MEANS CONTENTMENT 

CAFETERIAS 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, U.S. 
CAFETERIA IS BESSEMER CITY'S 'GENERAL STORE' 
DURHAM NEEDS CAFE1EKIA 



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H 2 1/21/1988 B 
H 2 5/02/1988 A 
H 1 5/10/1988 C 
H 2 5/12/1988 A 
H 2 8/18/1988 C 
H 2 9/26/1988 B 
H 1 10/11/1988 B 
CHH 1 10/11/1988 A 


1 N P41 
22 N 

2 N 
16 N 

5 P N 

6 N 

1 N T35 

3 N Vll 



S 2 11/24/1988 A 1 P N B53 



H 2 1/19/1988 A 4 E 
S 2 3/21/1988 C 1 N 



S 2 7/01/1988 B 1 P F G59 
CHH 1 10/11/1988 A 3 N Vll 



H 


2 2/17/1988 A 


15 N R80 


S 


2 3/14/1988 C 


1 N 


S 


2 3/21/1988 C 


1 N 


S 


2 6/20/1988 A 


8 N 


H 


2 6/28/1988 A 


7 PN D22 


S 


2 7/05/1988 B 


5 N 


S 


2 8/08/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 8/14/1988 B 


14 A 


H 


2 10/08/1988 B 


10 N 


S 


2 10/11/1988 A 


8 N 


H 


2 10/14/1988 D 


5 P U C19 


S 


2 11/24/1988 A 


1 P N B53 


S 


2 9/30/1988 C 


1 P P T32 


H 


1 7/20/1988 B 


1 N H60 


H 


2 12/06/1988 C 


1 N K65 



H 2 11/11/1988 D 23 P R D77 



S 2 1/06/1988 A 14 N 
H 2 5/19/1988 A 4 L 



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CAKEWALK (BOOK) 
•DEAR PHIL' 



DEBUTS TUESDAY 



CALCIUM 

STUDIES LINK CALCIUM AND BLOOD FfiESSURE 

EXERCISE, DIET CAN LIMIT OSTEOPOROSIS 

DOCTOR TO DISCUSS CALCIUM LOSS AT UNC 

COLON CANCER STUDY BEGINS AT NCMH 

INSUFFICIENT EXERCISE CAUSES LOSS OF VITAL AMOUNTS OF CALCIUM 

CALDWELL COUNTY, N.C. 

CALDWELL SOIL CONTAMINATION STUDIED 

CONTAMINATION ANGERS N.C. FARMERS 

INCINERATOR'S NEIGHBORS FILE LAWSUIT 

ANGER VENTED OVER CALDWELL INCINERATOR 

CALDWELL LAWYERS! OPERATOR WILLING TO CLOSE INCINERATOR 

CALDWELL TRIES TO END CHEMICAL WASTE BURNING 

CALDWELL OFFICIALS SAY DUKE STUDY A YEAR TOO LATE 

FIREFIGHTERS CONTAIN 220-ACRE BLAZE NEAR SOME HOMES IN CALDWELL COUNTY 

SETTLEMENT REACHED ABOUT INCINERATOR IN CALDWELL COUNTY 

NINE PEOPLE INJURED IN CALDWELL ACCIDENT 

CALDWELL HIRES MAN TO MONITOR WASTE COMPANY 

CALDWELL COUNTY, N.C, HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 
CHATHAM, LEE PEOPLE OPPOSE INCINERATOR PLAN 
WHAT ARE INCINERATOR COSTS? 
SEARCH BEGINS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE IN CALDWELL LANDFILL 

CALDWELL COUNTY, N.C, LANDFILL 

SEARCH BEGINS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE IN CALDWELL LANDFILL 

CALDWELL SYSTEMS INC. 

CALDWELL SOIL CONTAMINATION STUDIED 

CONTAMINATION ANGERS N.C FARMERS 

INCINERATOR'S NEIGHBORS FILE LAWSUIT 

CARNATION STOPS BUYING MILK FROM FARM NEAR INCINERATOR 

ANGER VENTED OVER CALDWELL INCINERATOR 

CALDWELL LAWYERS: OPERATOR UILLING TO CLOSE INCINERATOR 

CALDWELL TRIES TO END CHEMICAL WASTE BURNING 

CALDWELL OFFICIALS SAY DUKE STUDY A YEAR TOO LATE 

SETTLEMENT REACHED ABOUT INCINERATOR IN CALDWELL COUNTY 

CALDWELL HIRES MAN TO MONITOR WASTE COMPANY 

CALEDONIA PRISON 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 
CALEDONIA PRISON GUARD FACES CHARGES 
GUARD AT PRISON FACING CHARGES AFTER DRUG FOUND 

CALEND#?S 

SEE ALSO ENO RIVER CALENDAR 

SEE ALSO GIRLS OF THE TRIANGLE CALENDAR 

SEE ALSO WOMEN OF DUKE CALENDAR 



NORTHGATE NEEDS CAFETERIA 

CAFFEINE 

TEENS RISKING LIVES TAKING CAFFE INE P ILLS 

ELECTROCONVULSIVE THERAPY GOES BETTER WITH COKE— STUDY 

DUKE RESEARCHERS SAY CAFFEINE CAN AID ANTI-DEPRESSION TREATMENT 

CAJUNS 

SEE ALSO LOUISIANA 
SEE ALSO ZYDECO MUSIC 
TRIANGLE CAJUNS! MANY HAVE LEFT LOUISIANA, BUT THEY KEEP A FIRM GRIP... 

CAKE 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
HALF-TON CAKE TOPS DUKE PARTY 
DUKE WILL HAVE ITS CAKE, AND EAT IT TOO 



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H 2 7/15/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 6/11/1988 C 1 N 
H 2 7/06/1988 B 6 N 
S 2 7/07/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 5/30/1988 A 6 P F 046 



9/24/1988 C 
9/24/1988 C 



1 P N P38 
1 N S92 



S 2 6/02/1988 D 3 P F B71 



H 


2 


3/24/1988 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


4/22/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


5/17/1988 C 


3 


N 


CHH 


1 


11/27/1988 A 


3 


N S17 


CHH 1 


12/24/1988 A 


6 P U L38 


S 


2 


1/09/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/11/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


1/16/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/10/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


2/11/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


3/24/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


3/31/1988 D 


12 P N 


H 


2 


4/28/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/15/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


11/09/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


5/19/1988 B 


1 


N Vll 


H 


2 


5/31/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


10/13/1988 D 


5 


N 



H 2 10/13/1988 D 5 N 



s 


2 


1/09/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/11/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


1/16/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


1/27/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/10/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


2/11/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


3/24/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


4/28/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/09/1988 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 


7/27/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/28/1988 A 


16 


N 



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SOLSTICE: MONDAY IS LONGEST DAY OF T}£ YEAR 

CAMPUS CALENDAR GIRLS 

NOTHING TO HIT BUT THE HEIGHTS 

DON'T LOOK FOR PINUPS 

DUKE THROWS COLD WATER ON CALENDAR 

CALIBRE PARK 

SITTERS AVAILABLE FOR CRITTERS 

CALIFORNIA 

SEE ALSO FRESNO. CALIFORNIA 
SEE ALSO HOLLYWOOD 
SEE ALSO LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 
SEE ALSO SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 
SEE ALSO SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA 

AMERICAN AMONG AIRLINES IGNORING NON-SMOKING LAW 

DUKE POWER CO. READY TO OPERATE CALIFORNIA NUCLEAR POWER PLANT 

TAR HEELS WARNED OF 'CALIFORNICATION' 

MAKERS, SELLERS OF TOBACCO, CIGARS TARGETED 

GULLEY WARY OF OLD REPORT ON MALATHION 

CALIFORNIA SUES 33 MAKERS, SELLERS OF TOBACCO ITEMS 

TALLYING THE TOBACCO VOTES 

CALIFORNIA ACHIEVEMENT TEST 

MERGER, TESTS AMONG TOPICS AT MEETING ON CITY SCHOOLS 

EDUCATORS WARN TEST SCORES CAN BE MISLEADING 

RESIDENTS REPEAT CONCERNS ON SCHOOL REDISTRICTING PLAN (AMENDED 2-17-88) 

N.C. REFRAINS FROM RIGOROUS KINDERGARTEN TESTS 

CAT TESTS VALUABLE TOOL, SAY OFFICIALS 

STANDARDIZED TESTS 2-EDGED SWORD 

SCORE DROPS INSIGNIFICANT, SAY OFFICIALS 

2 CITY GRADES SLIP ON CAT SCORES 

COUNTY STUDENTS SCORE WELL ON CAT 

STUDENTS IMPROVE SCORES IN ESSAY WRITING 

TEST SCORES SLIP FOR CITY SCHOOL 6TH-GRADERS 

BLACK STUDENTS' TEST SCORES UP, BUT STILL LAGGING 

BLACK STUDENTS' TEST SCORES EDGE UP 

STANDARDIZED TEST SCORES HIGH IN CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO 

SCHOOLS TO WORK ON RAISING TEST SCORES 

SCHOOL PROGRAM ANALYZED BY CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO 

CALL-FOR-ACTION 

VOLUNTEERS GIVE LEGAL HELP 

CALLIGRAPHY 

SEE ALSO PENMANSHIP 

'I JUST STARTED PLAYING' 

CALLIOPE THEATER COMPANY 

'ORGASMO'— BETWEEN A CARTOON AND A SOAP, A CIRCUS 

CALORIES 

SENSIBLE EATING REGIMEN, REGULAR EXERCISE PROGRAM HELP SHED WAISTLINE... 

CALVANDER, N.C. 

BOARD FAVORS INDIRECT PAYMENTS FROM TOWN ON WATER PUMP STATION 
TOWNS TO PROPOSE ZONING FOR GROWTH IN OUTLYING LAND 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN BACK ZONING PLAN FOR FEWEST HOMES 
CALVANDER RESIDENTS OPPOSE CARRBORO'S WORD ON LAND USE 
CARRBORO LAND-USE DECISION DUE 

CALVARY CHURCH (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

14 SINGERS INJURED AS RISERS COLLAPSE UNDER CHURCH CHOIR 

CALVERT SCHOOL 

SEE DURHAM ACADEMY 

CALYPSO, N.C. 

WORKER AT PLANT IS TAKEN HOSTAGE IN DUPLIN COUNTY 



CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 



6/19/1988 A 

8/21/1988 E 

10/20/1988 D 

12/06/1988 A 

12/20/1988 A 



1 N K65 

1 PF S56 

1 P F B71 

1 N M70 

1 P N N36 



S 2 3/31/1988 A 6 P F G59 



H 2 


1/02/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 1 


4/29/1988 C 


2 


N 


S 2 


6/14/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 2 


8/03/1988 A 


8 


N 


S 2 


8/10/1988 A 


1 


N H70 


H 2 10/01/1988 A 


8 


N 


H , 2 11/13/1988 D 


4 


E 


H 2 


1/28/1988 C 


17 


N J40 


H 2 


2/12/1988 C 


16 


N 


H 2 


2/16/1988 B 


8 


N J40 


S 2 


5/16/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


CHH 1 


6/17/1988 A 


1 


N Vll 


CHH 1 


6/18/1988 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


6/28/1988 A 


1 C N Vll 


H 2 


7/06/1988 B 


1 P N J40 


H 2 


7/29/1988 C 


1 


N J40 


S 2 


7/29/1988 C 


1 


N S92 


S 2 


7/30/1988 B 


1 


N S92 


CHH 1 


8/17/1988 A 


1 


N M25 


CHH 1 


8/24/1988 A 


1 C N Vll 


CHH 1 


8/28/1988 A 


1 


N Vll 


H 2 


9/27/1988 C 


1 


N J40 


H 2 10/11/1988 B 


1 


N Vll 



S 2 4/28/1988 C 5 N 

H 2 6/05/1988 E 3 P U H45 

H 2 3/25/1988 D 5 R P10 

CHH 1 7/30/1988 A 5 U 



H 3 1/14/1988 B 1 N L90 

H 3 2/27/1988 C 1 M N M10 

H 3 3/02/1988 B 1 N L90 

CHH 1 7/01/1988 A 1 N Vll 

CHH 1 7/12/1988 A 3 N Vll 



H 2 9/19/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 11/17/1988 C 18 N 



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CAMBODIA 

ANOTHER U.N. 



BLUNDER 



CAMBRIDGE AT CHAPEL HILL 

TAKEN CARE OF! SOUTHERN PART Of HEAVEN IS HAVEN FOR RETIREES 
RETIREMENT COMMUNITY GETS DESIGN OK 

CAMBRIDGE ELECTRONIC INDUSTRIES 

ROXBORO PLANT'S OWNERSHIP CHANGES 

CAMDEN COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEFT. 

CAMDEN SHERIFF RESIGNS FOLLOWING PROBE BY SBI 

CAMELLIAS 

CAMELLIAS CARPET OLD GARDENS, CHEERING A GLOOMY CHARLESTON 
SASANQUA CAMELLIAS HAVE PLEASING FRAGRANCE 
FREEZE DIDN'T CANCEL CAMELLIAS' LATE SHOW 



H 2 10/10/1988 A 4 E 



S 2 3/04/1988 B 1 P F G59 
S 2 8/22/1988 A 9 N 



H 1 10/06/1988 B 1 N 
H 2 10/06/1988 C 6 N 



H 2 3/20/1988 E 12 U 
S 2 11/25/1988 B 1 F 
H 2 11/27/1988 E 12 P U 



CAMELOT (PLAY) 

HARRIS' ARTHUR TAPPED FOR RALEIGH 



CAMELOT' 



CAMELOT ACADEMY 

CAMELOT ACADEMY SETS FIRST GRADUATION JUNE 11 

CAMERON AVENUE 

HISTORIC STATUS URGED FOR CAMERON-MCCAULEY AREA 

CAMERON PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (HILLSBOROUGH, N.C.) 
VIOLATIONS OF FIRE CODE FOUND IN ORANGE SCHOOLS 
LENDING A HAND 

CAMP BUTNER 

SOME OW?€RS FEAR LAND GRAB FOR N.C. SUPERCOLLIDER PROJECT 

FAMILIES DISPLACED ONCE IN GRANDURSON BELIEVE LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE 

IMPROVED NAT'L GUARD FIRING RANGE WOULD BE CLOSED IF N.C. GETS COLLIDER 

SUPER COLLIDER WOULD CLOSE NATIONAL GUARD FIRING RANGE 

GUARD HAS NO PLANS TO LEAVE CAMP BUTNER 

IMPACT STUDY SHORT-CHANGED 

BUTNER SETS HEARINGS ON ORDINANCE TONIGHT 

BUTNER SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE APPROVED 

VEAZEY ROAD RECLAIMED 

CAMP BUTNER, HISTORY 

FAMILIES DISPLACED ONCE IN GRANDURSON BELIEVE LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE 

CAMP C#?AWAY 

PASTOR RESIGNS AT FIRST BAPTIST TO TAKE NEW XB 

CAMP CHALLENGE 

ASTHMA SUFFERERS MEET CHALLENGE OF CAMPING 

CAMP DRESSER & MCKEE 

SEE ALSO CONSULTING FIRMS 
PERSON KEY TO DURHAM'S WATER FUTURE 

COUNTY OFFICIALS DISCUSS SHARING COSTS OF PROTECTING WATERSHEDS 
TEER QUARRY PLAN SPARKS LITTLE OPPOSITION 
PLANNING BOARD DELAYS VOTING ON TEER QUARRY 
POUGEMONT FOLKS AND POSTAL SERVICE URGE COUNTY ACTION 
COMMISSIONERS GIVE PLAN BOARD PERMISSION TO VOTE ON QUARRY 
CONSULTANT SAYS WATERSHED MAY NEED MIX OF CONTROLS 
F'ONBS SUGGESTED TO HELP CLEAN UP TWO RESERVOIRS 
WATER STUDY MAY NEED TO CONSIDER COLLIDER 
STATE! QUARRY MAY LIMIT WATER QUALITY 
PLANNING BOARD BACKS QUARRY 

RESIDENTS GEAR UP FOR REVIEW OF NELLO TEER QUARRY REZONING 
PROTECTING WATER MAY COST MILLIONS 
EXPERTS SAY KEEPING WATER CLEAN WILL BE COSTLY 
COLLIDER MAC AFFECT STUDY ON WATERSHEDS 
COLLIDER PA>£L MAY TAP STATE FOR WATERSHED STUDY 



2 7/01/1988 D 2 N 



H 2 6/02/1988 B 10 N 



CHH 1 11/16/1988 A 3 N M70 



H 2 3/27/1988 B 1 N L90 
CHH 1 6/08/1988 A 8 P P L38 



H 


2 1/03/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 4/03/1988 A 


1 


P Q T33 


H 


1 4/09/1988 C 


1 


N 046 


3 


2 4/11/1988 C 


e 
J 


N 


H 


2 5/26/1988 B 


l 


N 


H 


2 6/21/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 7/07/1988 B 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 7/08/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/08/1988 A 


4 


L 



H 2 4/03/1988 A 1 P Q T33 



H 


2 


5/30/1988 B 


6 P N 


S 


2 


6/10/1988 B 


1 


P F 659 


S 


2 


1/12/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


1/13/1988 B 


9 


N A54 


S 


2 


2/01/1988 C 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 C 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 


2/23/1988 B 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 


3/16/1988 B 


3 


N A54 


H 


3 


3/18/1988 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 


4/01/1988 C 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 


4/01/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


4/04/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


4/06/1988 C 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 


5/21/1988 A 


1 


M N M06 


s 


2 


5/24/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


5/25/1988 B 


1 


N A54 


S 




6/29/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 A 


1 


N A54 



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SUBJE 



TEER QUARRY MOULD NOT HURT WATERSHED 

DURHAM HAY RECOUP PARTIAL COST OF WATERSHED STUDY 

STUDY CONSIDERS UNITS TO DEVELOPMENT IN WATERSHED 

DURHAM SEEKS HELP TO PROTECT WATER 

COLLIDER WOULD SPEED GROWTH, CONSULTANT SAYS 

FIRM ENDING WATER STUDY; COUNTIES AWAIT RESULTS 

WATERSHED PLANNING SHOULD INCLUDE PUBLIC 

GLIMPSE OF WATERSHED STUDY GIVEN 

CONSULTANTS TO EXPLAIN WATERSHED STUDY TUESDAY 

UNIVERSITY LAKE RECOMMENDATIONS DUE SOON 

CAMP KALEIDOSCOPE 

SEE ALSO CAMPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER 
OFF TO CAMP 

CAMP LEJEUNE 

MARINE ENTERS GUILTY PLEA IN DEATH OF TAXI DRIVER 

1ST NEW AMERICAN TROOPS TO REACH PANAMA TODAY 

ABOUT 300 MARINES FLOWN TO PANAMA 

N.C. MARINE KILLED ON PATROL IN PANAMA 

MARINE KILLED BY GUNFIRE AT TANK FARM IN PANAMA 

CAMP LEJEUNE MARINE FATALLY INJURED IN ACCIDENT ON SHIP 

MARINE'S REMAINS TO BE RETURNED 

U.S. SERGEANT DESCRIBES ALLEGED PANAMA INTRUSION 

MARINE KILLED IN PANAMA HONORED 

STEPFATHER'S GUILT IN SEX ABUSE AGAINST CHILD WOULD FREE MARINE 

DEATHS RULED DOUBLE MURDER, SUICIDE 

MARINES REMOVE EXPLOSIVES FROM JACKSONVILLE APARTMENT 

LAWYER CRITICIZES RULING ON DEFENSE CONTRACTORS 

MARINE GETS 10 YEARS IN EXPLOSIVES CASE 

MARINES FROM LEJEUNE ARE GOING TO PANAMA 

MARINES LEAVING FOR PANAMA 

SOVIET MILITARY DELEGATION PAYS VISIT TO CAMP LEJEUNE 

MARINE CORPS TAKES ON SEXUAL HARASSMENT 

CAMP DETAINS 70 MARINES OVER PISTOL 

MARINES RELEASED FROM CONFINEMENT AFTER PISTOL FOUND 

MARINES WANT MORE LOW FLIGHTS 

CLEANUP CONTINUES 

TABLOID CALLS JACKSONVILLE 'GRUBBY' TOWN 

CAMP LEJEUNE MARINE MISSING IN CALIF. DESERT 

THREE MARINES SAVE INFANT AFTER HE STOPPED BREATHING 

MILITARY MAY DRAFT BEAVERS TO HELP DUCKS 

JACKSONVILLE PLANS TO ANNEX PARTS OF TWO MARINE BASES 

BEIRUT MEMORIAL STATUE WILL BE UNVEILED TODAY 

MARINE STILL MISSING IN EXERCISE 

SEARCH FOR MARINE TEMPORARILY HALTED 

MISSING MARINE FOUND DEAD 

STATE TO MOVE TREES PLANTED IN HONOR OF SLAIN SERVICEMEN 

JACKSONVILLE PLANS TO ANNEX TWO MILITARY BASES 

CAMP MERMAID POINT 

RURAL SETTING INSPIRES CAMPERS TO MAKE POTTERY 

CAMP MILLSTONE 

SEE ALSO CAMPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 
KENYON CHOSEN TO ATTEND FUR, FISH »N' FUN CAMP 

CAMP NEW HOPE (ORANGE COUNTY, N.C.) 
CAMP NEW HOPE OPENS ON JUNE 18 
FRENCH, AMERICANS TO STUDY AT NEW HOPE 

CAMPAIGN BUTTONS 

SEE ALSO POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN POSTERS 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS 

1888 HARRISON CAMPAIGN MEDAL FOUND 

CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

SEE POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 



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S 




I T 


N E E 




L Y 


P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 2 7/25/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 2 7/28/1988 A 


1 


N T33 


CHH 1 8/15/1988 A 


1 


N L90 


S 2 10/13/1988 A 


1 


N H65 


H 2 11/03/1988 C 


1 


N A54 


S 2 11/03/1988 C 


1 


N H65 


S 2 11/05/1988 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 11/19/1988 A 


3 


N L90 


CHH 1 11/28/1988 A 


3 


N L90 


CHH 1 12/01/1988 A 


3 


N L90 



H 2 8/08/1988 B 1 P P T44 



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



2/09/1988 C 

4/05/1988 A 

4/07/1988 D 

4/12/1988 A 

4/13/1988 D 

4/14/1988 C 

4/15/1988 B 

4/16/1988 B 

4/18/1988 C 

4/25/1988 B 

5/13/1988 C 

5/21/1988 A 

6/29/1988 B 

6/29/1988 A 

7/06/1988 A 

7/07/1988 B 

7/08/1988 B 

7/11/1988 C 

7/29/1988 C 

7/31/1988 C 

8/07/1988 B 

8/11/1988 A 

8/18/1988 C 

9/09/1988 B 

9/30/1988 C 

10/04/1988 B 

10/08/1988 A 

10/22/1988 

11/01/1988 

11/02/1988 

11/03/1988 

11/04/1988 



4 N 

1 N 

11 P N 

1 N 

4 N 
6 N 

10 N 

5 P N 
4 N 
9 P N 

2 N 
10 N 



1 P P 
9 N 



3 

3 

10 

7 



2 P P 

18 N 

12 N 

1 PN 



7 
13 
14 
13 
13 

8 



12/22/1988 B 



1 P N 

2 N 



S 2 7/26/1988 A 6 P F S27 



CHH 1 6/22/1988 A 8 P N 



CHH 1 6/12/1988 A 8 N 
H 2 6/18/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 7/01/1988 B 12 N 



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CAMPAIGN FOR DUKE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 
$400 MILLION DUKE CAMPAIGN APPROVED 

CAMPAIGN MANAGEMENT INC. 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB DEFENDS SPENDING HABITS 

CAMPBELL UNIV. (FORMERLY CAMPBELL COLLEGE) 
CATO ELECTED BOARD MEMBER 

PEOPLE! CATO, EDMONDSON NAMED TO CAMPBELL BOARD 
CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY PICKS DEPARTMENT HEAD 

CAMPBELL UNIV., COMMENCEMENT 

JACKSON EXPECTED TO DRAW CROUD AT AiT GRADUATION 

•BE ALL YOU CAN BE,* GOV. MARTIN URGES CAMPBELL GRADUATES 

CAMPBELL UNIV., FACULTY 
CAMPBELL ADDS FACULTY 

CAMPBELL UNIV., GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 
CAMPBELL FUND-RAISER PASSES GOAL 

CAMPBELL UNIV., GRANTS 

CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY GETS $150,000 

CAMPBELL UNIV., STUDENTS 

CAMPBELL STUDENTS UN HONORS 

CAMPBELL UNIV. LAW SCHOOL 

CAMPBELL NAMES ASSISTANT LAW DEAN 

SCANDALS, TV MAY PLAY ROLES IN LAW SCHOOL APPLICATION RISE 

SPANGLER NOT HAPPY WITH NCCU LAW SCORES 

WIGGINS LAW SCHOOL 

CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY TRUSTEES HONOR BURLINGTON NATIVE 

CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY GETS $150,000 

CAMPBELL UNIV. SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 

CAMPBELL TO DEDICATE DRUG CENTER 

DUKE PHARMACIST WILL SPEAK AT CAMPBELL SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 

CAMPBELL UNIV. SPORTS, BASEBALL 

TREXLER'S HOME RUN SINKS TAR HEELS, 7-5 

CAMPBELL UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 
W. CAROLINA 69, CAMPBELL 68 
WINTHROP 67, CAMPBELL 60 
HOT CAMELS BURN PIRATES 
AUGUSTA 73, CAMPBELL 59 
UNCW 46, CAMPBELL 43 
CAMPBELL 78, UNCA 60 
WAKE RIPS CAMPBELL, 101-62 
UNC-WILMINGTON 73, CAMPBELL 61 

CAMPBELL UNIV. SPORTS, SOCCER 

CAMPBELL UPSETS UNC IN SOCCER, 2-1 
FANFARE/DUKE MEN FALL AGAIN 

CAMPER VAN BEETHOVEN (MUSIC GROUP) 

HARD-RCCKIN' CVB MAINTAINING A FRESH GLOW 

SOUL ASYLUM, CAMPER VAN KEEPING EDGE IN THE MAJORS 

CAMPERS 

SEE RECREATIONAL VEHICLES 

CAMPGROUNDS 

PLANNERS OPPOSE CAMPGROUND PLAN 

COUNTY PLANNERS OPPOSE REQUEST FOR CAMPGROUND 

CAMPGROUNDS EXPECTED TO BE FILLED THIS WEEKEND 



H 2 12/11/1988 B 4 N N36 
H 2 9/15/1988 D 6 P N 



S 2 1/12/1988 A 13 P N 
H 2 1/14/1988 B 12 N 
H 1 6/03/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 5/06/1988 A 7 N 
H 1 5/11/1988 B 7 N 



H 2 7/28/1988 B 7 N 

H 2 4/22/1988 C 2 N 

H 1 10/15/1988 C 4 N 

S 2 7/16/1988 A 8 N 



H 
H 

CHH 
H 
H 
H 



4/09/1988 C 

4/13/1988 C 

9/10/1988 A 

9/22/1988 B 

9/27/1988 C 

10/15/1988 C 



1 1/20/1988 B 

2 9/07/1988 A 



3 N 
3 N 

3 N L90 

4 N 

1 P N 
4 N 



6 N 
6 P N 



H 2 5/06/1988 B 2 N 



H 

H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/03/1988 C 
2 1/24/1988 C 
2 2/02/1988 B 
2 2/09/1988 C 
2 2/19/1988 B 
2 2/21/1988 C 
2 12/11/1988 C 
2 12/18/1988 B 


2 P N 

3 N 
3 N 
2 N 
2 N 

2 N 

3 N 
2 N 


H 
H 


2 9/08/1988 D 
2 10/06/1988 D 


4 
3 


N 
N 


CH- 
H 


1 6/23/1988 A 

2 6/24/1988 D 


6 
3 


U H90 
R C81 



S 2 2/27/1988 C 1 N M06 
H 2 3/01/1988 B 10 M N A54 
H 2 7/02/1988 C 1 N 133 



CAMPHOR 






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SUBJECTS 



TOXICOLOGISTS STUDY TESTING FOR HAZARDS 

CAMPING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 

SEE ALSO CAMPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 

SEE ALSO DAY CAMPS 

SEE ALSO UILDERNESS AREAS, N.C. 

SUMMER OPTIONS 

ADVICE ON CHOOSING A SUMMER CAMP 

STUDENTS FIND FUN IN COLD CAMPOUT 

CAMPSITE CUISINE 

CAMPING ADVENTURES OFFER 'TOGETHERNESS' OVER LONG DURATIONS 

HIKERS AND CAMPERS SHOULD TAKE PRECAUTIONS 

CAMPGROUNDS EXPECTED TO BE FILLED THIS WEEKEND 

COASTAL FERRIES MAKE BARRIER ISLANDS AVAILABLE TO CAMPERS 

CAMPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 
SEE ALSO CAMP KALEIDOSCOPE 
SEE ALSO CAMP MILLSTONE 
SEE ALSO CAMPING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 
SEE ALSO DAY CAMPS 
SEE ALSO ELDERHOSTEL 
SEE ALSO MUSIC CAMPS 
SEE ALSO SPACE CAMP 
SEE ALSO SUMMER SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

LEE COUNTY GETS YOUTH SPORTS GRANT 

ADVICE ON CHOOSING A SUMMER CAMP 

STUDENTS FIND FUN IN COLD CAMPOUT 

THESE CHILDREN AWAIT GIFT OF SUMMER 

HELP MAKE THESE YOUNGSTERS HAPPY CAMPERS 

FUND TO BOOST CAMP EXPERIENCE 

SUMMER OF FUN MAY HAVE LIFETIME BENEFITS 

DIRECTORY HELPS PARENTS 

SPRING AND SUMMER RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES (AD) 

BULLS TO HOST YOUTH CAMP 

FINDING RIGHT SUMMER CAMP TAKES RESEARCH 

SCHOLARSHIP FUND HELPS SEND 162 CHILDREN TO CAMP 

ASTHMA SUFFERERS MEET CHALLENGE OF CAMPING 

CAMP NEU HOPE OPENS ON JUNE 18 

GLAXO GRANT TO PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION FOR CHILDREN 

CAMP TOUCHED LIVES OF 30,000 CHILDREN 

4-N CAMP PROVES SUCCESSFUL, NOT 

NATURAL CRAFTS 

RURAL SETTING INSPIRES CAMPERS TO MAKE POTTERY 

CLUB SPONSORS CHILDREN FOR CAMP 

CAMPUS CLUB OF DUKE UNIV. 
SEE DUKE UNIV. CAMPUS CLUB 

CAMPUS HILLS PARK 

BIDDING TO SLOW RECREATION CENTER 

REC CENTER COST CUTS ARE SOUGHT 

OFFICIALS NEGOTIATE CUTS IN COSTS OF NEW CENTER 

MINORITIES ISSUE POSTPONES CAMPUS HILLS CENTER ACTION 

WOODSJ INVOLVING MINORITIES COSTLY 

ARE CONTRACTORS' QUOTAS REALISTIC? 

contractor: CAMPUS HILLS GOALS too high 

CAMPUS UNREST 

SEE ALSO ANTI-WAR PROTESTORS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C, ACTIVISM 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 

SEE ALSO DISORDERLY CONDUCT 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL STUDENT UNITY MEETING 

PROTESTERS CALL FOR MORE BLACKS AT DUKE 

8 ARRESTED IN UNC DEMONSTRATION 

UNC CHARGES MISPLACED, PROTESTER SAYS 

CAMPUS WATCH (UNC-CH) 

HOMOSEXUAL GROUPS TARGET OF FEE BAN MOVE 



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H 2 5/19/1988 B 5 N M97 



H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

S 

H 

H 



4/17/1988 
4/17/1988 
4/22/1988 
5/26/1988 
6/27/1988 
6/29/1988 
7/02/1988 



8/21/1988 B 



F Zll 
N Zll 
N L90 
F S56 
U 
U 

N T33 
N 



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



3/23/1988 B 
4/17/1988 E 
4/22/1988 C 
4/24/1988 A 
4/25/1988 B 
4/25/1988 A 
4/26/1988 A 
5/06/1988 A 
5/19/1988 B 
5/24/1988 D 
6/04/1988 A 
6/09/1988 B 
6/10/1988 B 
6/12/1988 A 
6/22/1988 
7/06/1988 
7/16/1988 
7/23/1988 
7/26/1988 
8/16/1988 



N 

N Zll 
P N L90 
D F P38 
D F P38 
D F S92 

E 

L 
DA 

N A76 

N 

N 
P F G59 

N 

N 

N 
P N S63 
P P K66 
P F S27 

N 



s 


2 12/01/1988 A 


I N H70 


s 


2 12/06/1988 A 


I M N H70 


s 


2 12/16/1988 A 


i N H70 


s 


2 12/20/1988 A : 


N H70 


s 


2 12/21/1988 A 


t N H70 


H 


2 12/27/1988 A ' 


1 E 


s 


2 12/29/1988 A 1 


N H70 



H 2 4/16/1988 C 1 P N N36 
H 2 4/16/1988 C 1 N K65 
CHH 1 7/10/1988 A 3 P N K65 



H 2 8/28/1988 A 14 P N N36 



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GROUP ASKS CANDIDATES' STANCE ON MONEY FOR GAY GROUPS 

ANTI-GAY-FUNDING PROPOSAL BACKED 

CAMPUS WATCH POLLS STATE CANDIDATES ON GAY FUNDING 

GROUP HURTS CREDIBILITY WITH ONE-ISSUE FOCUS 

ANTI-GAY FUNDING ENDORSED BY GARDtO 

LET STUDENTS SETTLE GAY FUNDING ISSUE 

REQUIRED GAY FUNDING WRONG AT UNC 

DUKE STILL HAS PLANTATION ATMOSPHERE 

EDITORIAL WAS RIGHT-WING 

CANADA 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CANADIAN STUDIES PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO MAPS, CANADA 

SEE ALSO ONTARIO, CANADA 

SEE ALSO QUEBEC, CANADA 

SEE ALSO TORONTO, CANADA 
CANADIANS PLAY 'CROOKED IRISH' IN CARRBORO 
FIVE CANADIAN PARACHUTISTS, PILOT INJURED IN PLANE CRASH 
BILL RILES CANADIAN TOBACCO INDUSTRY 

N.C. COUPLE BATTLING FOR CUSTODY OF CHILD ADOPTED IN CANADA 
TONGUE-TIED IN QUEBEC _ 

TRUSTEE SAYS HE PLANS TO SELL PTL TO CANADIAN COMPANY 
CIGARETTE MAKERS FIGHT CANADA'S ADVERTISING BAN 

ATHLETES' DRUG-USE WRONGS YOUNG FANS 

DUKE. DURHAM MAY HOST SUPREME-COURTS SEMINAR (CORRECTED 12-29-88) 
CENTER TO BOOST CANADA'S CULTURE (CORRECTION PRINTED 12-29-88) 
U.S., CANADIAN TOP COURTS MAY VISIT DUKE 

CANADA, PRIME MINISTER 

REAGAN COULD LEARN MUCH FROM MULRONEY 

CANADA* TRADE 

WHAT ABOUT LIBERTY PROMISED BY PLEDGE? 

HAMNER JOINING DELEGATION SEEKING CANADIAN BUSIfCSSES „ __ 

AFTER ALL, IF WE DON'T WANT TO TRADE WITH THE AMERICANS... (CARTOON) 

CANADAAI.S. RELATIONS 

FREE TRADE GOOD IDEA WITHOUT INTERFERENCE 

WHAT ABOUT LIBERTY PROMISED BY PLEDGE? _, „.„™™, 

AFTER ALL, IF WE DON'T WANT TO TRADE WITH THE AMERICANS... (CARTOON) 

CANADIAN BRASS 

CANADIAN BRASS 

VAUDEVILLE TOUCH LIVENS CANADIAN BRASS AT DUKE 

BRASS MAKES QUINTET A HIT 

CANADIAN GEESE 
GUEST GEESE 
STATELY WINGS BEAT IN ORANGE CO. SKIES 

CANADIAN STUDIES CENTER 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CANADIAN STUDIES PROGRAM 

CANCER 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE CANCER TREATMENT CENTER 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 

SEE ALSO BRAIN CANCER 

SEE ALSO BREAST CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER CARE NETWORK 

SEE ALSO CARCINOGENS 

SEE ALSO CHEMOTHERAPY 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, CANCER 

SEE ALSO COLON CANCER 

SEE ALSO DNA RESEARCH _ 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 

SEE ALSO DUKE CANCER SUPPORT PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, ONCOLOGY RECREATION THERAPY 

SEE ALSO KIDNEY CANCER 



N 
P 

S 

S 

CHH 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 



S I T 
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9/14/1988 C 
10/11/1988 C 
10/12/1988 A 
10/13/1988 A 
10/24/1988 B 
10/26/1988 A 
11/01/1988 A 
11/05/1988 A 
11/08/1988 A 



N M06 

N M06 

N S17 

E 

N 

E 

L 

L 

L 



H 


2 1/22/1988 D 


7 P F W66 


H 


2 5/11/1988 A 


11 N 


H 


2 6/02/1988 D 


8 N 


H 


1 6/14/1988 B 


8 N 


H 


2 6/15/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/06/1988 A 


8 N 


H 


2 9/02/1988 B 


11 N 


S 


2 9/28/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 12/27/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 12/27/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 12/28/1988 C 


1 N 



S 2 2/09/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 9/03/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 9/04/1988 D 10 N C47 
H 2 11/23/1988 A 4 T T R56 



S 2 1/06/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 9/03/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 11/23/1988 A 4 T T R56 



H 2 4/17/1988 D 9 P P 
H 2 4/22/1988 D 4 R L59 
H 2 4/22/1988 D 4 P F U66 



H 2 1/15/1988 C 1 P P S76 
CHH 1 10/16/1988 A 4 E 



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SUBJECTS 



N 
P 

SEE ALSO LEUKEMIA 

SEE ALSO LUNG CANCER 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, CANCER TREATMENT PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, CLINICAL RESEARCH UNIT 

SEE ALSO RADIATION THERAPY 

SEE ALSO RUN AGAINST CANCER 

SEE ALSO SKIN CANCER 

SEE ALSO TERMINAL ILLNESSES 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, HEALTH EFFECTS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

LAUGHS IMPROVE LIFE 

STANDOFF ENDS WITH MAN'S SURRENDER 

CANCER PATIENTS NEED KNOWLEDGE 

SEN. HELMS' WIFE HAS CANCER SURGERY 

DYING WOMAN STILL WANTS TO SHARE, SAYS THANKS TO PEOPLE OF DURHAM 

CANCER WORKSHOP SET AT HOSPITAL 

STUDY PROBES HOW EATING CAN AFFECT DISEASE RATES 

'SECRET' STORY OF CIGARETTES UNFOLDING 

EXPERTS WANT COLLIDER TO FIGHT CANCER 

N.C. COLLIDER PROPOSAL'S MEDICAL AID PLAN UNIQUE (CORRECTED 7-30-88) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

DUKE WRITER CALLS POETRY PILLAR TO 'ENDURE AND PREVAIL' 

EAST TENNESSEE RESIDENTS SPEAK MINDS ON PIGEON RIVER 

UNC, NCMH TO START CANCER TREATMENT PROGRAM 

DUKE MAY LIMIT CANCER TEST 

ALAMANCE HEALTH SERVICES' CANCER PROGRAM GAINS APPROVAL 

CANCER, DEATH RATES 
SEE ALSO DEATH RATE 
CANCER DEATH RATE NOT SIGNIFICANTLY HIGHER ALONG RIVER 
HAW WATER QUALITY STILL OPEN TO DEBATE 

CANCER, DUKE UNIV. SYMPOSIA 
SEE DUKE UNIV., SYMPOSIA 

CANCER, VAGINAL 
SEE PAP SMEARS 

CANCER CARE NETWORK 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
WORKSHOP ON CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS MAY 12 

CANCER DIAGNOSIS 

DUKE MAY LIMIT CANCER TEST 

CANCER INFORMATION SERVICE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 
CANCER INFORMATION SERVICE AT DUKE MARKS FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF REOPENING H 

CANCER PHOBIA 
SEE ALSO FEAR 
SEE ALSO PHOBIAS 
FEAR OF CANCER INTERFERING WITH HEALTH CARE, HISTORIAN SAYS 

CANCER PREVENTION 

CARROTS MAY BE POTENT WEAPON IN WAR ON CANCER 

CANCER RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. COffREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO THERMOTRON 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS, CANCER LINKED 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH LAB CHIEFS OUTLINE RESEARCH 

JAMES F. NEUSOME A TOWER 

INTEREST UP IN INTERLEUKIN-2, CANCER SOCIETY OFFICIAL SAYS 

'DAFFODIL DAYS' SALES TO BENEFIT CANCER RESEARCH 

FOUNDATION GIVES $50,000 FOR LABS AT CANCER CENTER 

CARROTS MAY BE POTENT WEAPON IN WAR ON CANCER 



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s 


2 


1/22/1988 B 


1 P F S27 


H 


2 


2/01/1988 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


2/04/1988 A 


6 P F S27 


H 


2 


2/11/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/28/1988 B 


3 P N A80 


H 


2 


4/03/1988 B 


14 N 


H 


2 


4/10/1988 C 


4 N K65 


H 


2 


6/17/1988 B 


7 N 


S 


2 


7/26/1988 A 


1 N H02 


H 


2 


7/27/1988 A 


1 P N C60 


H 


2 


7/30/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


7/31/1988 E 


3 P U H45 


H 


2 


8/19/1988 A 


14 N 


CHh 


1 1 


8/22/1988 A 


1 N S17 


S 


2 


8/29/1988 A 


6 N 


H 


1 


12/28/1988 C 


1 N H60 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 C 


S N 


CHH 1 


10/07/1988 A 


1 M N M25 



H 2 5/05/1988 A 18 P N 

S 2 8/29/1988 A 6 N 

2 6/08/1988 A 6 N Zll 

H 2 2/10/1988 A 10 N K65 

S 2 2/24/1988 A 8 U 



H 


2 


1/04/1988 A 


11 N 


H 


2 


1/21/1988 C 


11 N M97 


H 


2 


2/08/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/12/1988 B 


5 N C60 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 E 


12 P N 


H 


2 


2/22/1988 A 


12 N 


S 


2 


2/24/1988 A 


8 U 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJE 



SCIENTISTS HOPE CELL STUDY UILL LEAD TO NEW THEORY 

TOXIC CHEMICALS NATURAL, BIOCHEMIST SAYS 

SCIENTISTS BEGIN DISCUSSION OF LINK BETWEEN BENZEJC, CANCER 

STUDIES OF BENZENE CONFIRM CANCER LINK, PARK CONFERENCE TOLD 

ADVANCES FURTHER UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN BODY'S IMMUNE SYSTEM 

DUKE STUDY MAY ALTER CHEMOTHERAPY 

SOME DUKE PHYSICIANS THINK SSC CAN HELP CANCER... (CORRECTED 4-12-88) 

SMALL ELECTRICAL FIELDS MAY BE FACTOR IN CANCER FORMATION 

MELANOMA VACCINE TESTS START; DUKE AMONC HOSPITALS USED IN... TRIALS 

BETTER BODY PICTURES GOAL OF UNC GRANT 

UNC TO USE $4.2 MILLION GRANT TO HELP DOCTORS 'SEE' BETTER 

STUDENTS AID DUKE CANCER TREATMENT 

LINEBERGER RESEARCHERS AWARDED GRANTS 

$280,000 RAISED FOR RESEARCH 

0R6AN0N TEKNIKA SEEKS OK TO PRODUCE CANCER TREATMENT 

ARSENIC'S EFFECT ON ANIMAL CANCER STUDIED BY SCIENTISTS 

YOUNG LEUKEMIA VICTIM READY TO RUN FOR CANCER RESEARCH 

CANCER RESEARCHER GETS $500,000 GRANT 

NEW DRUG TO BENEFIT VICTIMS OF AIDS 

COLON CANCER STUDY BEGINS AT NCMH 

PARK INSTITUTE ESTABLISHES NEW CENTER 

TWO WIN GRANTS FOR CANCER STUDIES 

CANCER SCREENING PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO HEALTH SCREENING PROGRAM 
ALAMANCE COUNTY CANCER PROGRAM PRAISED 
' HEAVY WORKLOADS PLAGUE CANCER TESTS 
DUKE WANTS TO REINSTATE TEST 
NEW HANOVER COUNTY GETS GRANT FOR CANCER STUDY 
LINEBERGER CENTER, NEW HANOVER WORK ON CANCER SCREENING 
WOMAN SUING DUKE, DOCTORS OVER CANCER TEST 



CANCER THERAPY 

SOME DUKE PHYSICIANS THINK SSC CAN HELP CANCER. 
DUKE EXPERIMENT MAY AID CANCER PATIENTS 
STUDENTS AID DUKE CANCER TREATMENT 
EXPERTS WANT COLLIDER TO FIGHT CANCER 
CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON CANCER TREATMENT FACILITY 
$1 MILLION DUKE JUDGMENT THROWN OUT 

CANCUN, MEXICO 
SEE ALSO MEXICO 
AMERICAN STUDIES FLIGHT TO HEXICO 
FLIGHTS TO MEXICO, PACIFIC APPEAR LIKELY 
AMERICAN WILL EXPAND, BUT SLOWER THAN ANTICIPATED 
AMERICAN ADDS RDU-MEXICO FLIGHTS 
RDU-CANCUN FLIGHT GETS GREEN LIGHT 

THE CANDIDATE (FILM) 

WILL THE REAL CANDIDATE PLEASE STAND UP? 

CANDLES 

CANDLE PEGGED AS CAUSE OF HOUSE FIRE IN EFLAND 

CANDLE-DIFfIN,* 1988-STYLE 

REMEMBER LOVED 0*£S 

GLOWING REMEMBRANCE 

CHRISTMAS CANDLE CAUSES CLOSE BRUSH WITH TRAGEDY 

USE CANDLES THAT ARE SAFE 

CANDY 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
CANDY MAN CAN 
FUDGE FLIPPING 

L&M TO MARKET CANDY PRODUCTS 
LIGGETT GROUP SIGNS ACCORD TO SELL CANDY 

CATC CREEK 

CREEKS, LAKE GIVEN HIGHER STATE RATING 
RAIN HELPING ORANGE COUNTY LAKES 



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S 


2 


2/25/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


3/10/1988 C 


6 P N M97 


H 


2 


3/15/1988 B 


2 


N M97 


H 


2 


3/16/1988 C 


5 


N M97 


H 


2 


3/25/1988 B 


11 


N K65 


H 


2 


4/07/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


4/09/1988 A 


1 1 


P Q C60 


H 


2 


4/10/1988 C 


7 


N M97 


H 


2 


6/10/1988 C 


18 


N 


S 


2 


6/13/1988 A 


1 


N H02 


CHH 1 


6/14/1988 A 


1 P N K65 


S 


2 


6/22/1988 A 


1 P N H02 


CHH 1 


7/01/1988 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 


7/05/1988 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


8/29/1988 C 


1 


N U82 


H 


2 


9/07/1988 B 


2 


N K65 


S 


2 


10/19/1988 C 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 10/27/1988 D 


11 


N 


CHH 1 


11/23/1988 A 


1 


N S17 


CHH 1 


11/27/1988 A 


3 


N S17 


H 


2 


12/10/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/17/1988 C 


9 


N 


H 


1 


7/29/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/08/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/29/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


9/16/1988 A 


11 


N 


CHH 1 


9/17/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


12/23/1988 C 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


4/09/1988 A 


1 P Q C60 


S 


n 


4/22/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 


6/22/1988 A 


1 P N H02 


S 


2 


7/26/1988 A 


1 


N H02 


CHH 1 


9/06/1988 A 


3 P N L38 


H 


2 


9/07/1988 A 


1 P N L40 


S 


2 


8/11/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


S 


2 


8/18/1988 C 


1 


N U82 


S 


2 


8/23/1988 A 


1 P N W82 


H 


2 


8/25/1988 A 


1 


N P41 


S 


2 


10/07/1988 B 


12 


N 



H 2 10/16/1988 D 1 P F H49 



CHH 

S 

S 

S 

H 

H 



6/29/1988 A 
11/23/1988 C 
12/07/1988 B 
12/08/1988 C 
12/09/1988 A 
12/16/1988 A 



3 

1 P 
3 P 

2 P 
4 

4 



N R63 
P T37 
P T37 
P T32 
L 
L 



L38 



H 2 2/27/1988 A 6 P P 

H 2 8/29/1988 B 7 P P 

S 2 10/17/1988 A 1 N W82 

H 2 10/18/1988 A 8 N 



2 3/11/1988 C 2 
2 5/19/1988 C 11 



N R53 
N 



CANE CREEK CONSERVATION AUTHORITY 



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DESPITE COST, TEER'S FIGHT AGAINST CANE CREEK RESERVOIR HAD BENEFITS TOO CHH 1 7/11/1988 A 3 U L41 

CANE CREEK RESERVOIR 

SEE ALSO DROUGHT, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 
SEE ALSO DROUGHT, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO UNIVERSITY LAKE 

CANE CREEK RESERVOIR 

HATER AUTHORITY, CHATHAM PROPOSE PURCHASE PACT 

TIDE TURNING FOR HATER AUTHORITY WITH CHATHAM PROPOSAL 

SECRECY AND SPEED OF MATER PACT BRING CRITICISM FROM COUNCILMAN 

COUNCILMEN RAP WATER SALES PACT UITH CHATHAM 

ACTION DELAYED ON WATER SALES DEAL 

CHATHAM WATER SALE GETS QUALIFIED OK FROM TOWN BOARD 

ORANGE-CHATHAM TALKS ON UTILITY AGREEMENT EXPECTED WITHIN WEEKS 

WATER AUTHORITY TO CONSIDER LIMITS ON INFORMAL TALKS 

ORANGE COUNTY OKS CHATHAM WATER SALE 

DROUGHT INDICATORS LOOK SIMILAR TO 1986 

UNWRITTEN RULE COSTS CHAIRMAN 3RD OWASA TERM 

FUN IN PLANS FOR CANE CREEK 

CHATHAM OFFICIALS SILENT ON ISSUE 

COUNCIL HOPING FOR COMPROMISE 

BOARD DEFERS ACTION ON WATER DEAL 

CHATHAM COUNTY, CHAPEL HILL NEAR ACCORD ON LAKE WATER 

CHATHAM SAYS OK TO PLANNING 

OWASA APPROVES CHATHAM WATER PACT 7-1 

COUNTY NOT GOOD STEWARD OF WATER RESOURCES 

DESPITE COST, TEER'S FIGHT AGAINST CANE CREEK RESERVOIR HAD BENEFITS 

KEEPING TABS ON ORANGE TAPS 

CANE CREEK SEEN AS END TO CONSERVATION 

COUNTY LAKE SHOULD AID OWASA, PAPER SAYS 

WATER CRUNCH NOT ALTERED BY RAIN 

WATER SAVING STILL NEEDED 

OWASA PASSES 5-YEAR WATER SALE TO CHATHAM 

BOARD BRISTLES AT PERCEIVED MEDDLING 

OWASA MAY GET QUARRY LAKE AS BIG AS CANE CREEK 

OWASA MAY BUILD SMALL RETREAT CENTER 

UNIVERSITY LAKE RECOMMENDATIONS DUE SOON 

END OF THE LINE 

CONTROVERSY COMES TO CLOSE WITH OPENING OF COUNTY RESERVOIR 

FIGHT'S OVERJ CANE CREEK RESIDENTS WAIT FOR RESULTS 

NEW RESERVOIR TO BEGIN FILLING ON WEDNESDAY 

RESERVOIR BEGINS FILLING 

WATER FLOWS AT CANE CREEK RESERVOIR 

A JEWEL WELL WORTH SAVING 

CANKER SORES 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
STUBBORN CANKERS DIFFICULT TO TREAT 

CANNON FOUNDATION 

CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY GETS $150,000 

CANNONS 

SEE ALSO GUNS 
DIVERS SALVAGING CANNON FROM SHIP 
KA-BOOMi CANNONS RUFFLING FEATHERS IN MEBANE 
MEBANE MAYOR SAYS NOISE-MAKERS HELPING EASE PROBLEM WITH BIRDS 

CANOES 

SEE ALSO BOATS 

SEE ALSO WHITEWATER PADDLING 

CANOE ON THE ROCKS 

HOMEWARD BOUND 

CANOE-KAYAK COURSE MAY BE BUILT 

STUDENTS PRACTICE 'CITIZEN DIPLOMACY' 

CANTON, N.C. 

JORDAN SEEKS PAPER MILL SETTLEMENT 

TENNESSEE, NORTH CAROLINA WILL TRY TO RESOLVE DISPUTE 

BOTH SIDES SQUARING OFF OVER PAPER MILL DISCHARGE 



H 3 


3/30/1988 C 


1 P P 


H 3 


4/14/1988 B 


1 N K65 


H 3 


4/16/1988 C 


1 M N M10 


H 3 


4/20/1988 C 


1 N M10 


H 3 


4/27/1988 C 


1 N B81 


H 3 


4/29/1988 C 


1 N K65 


H 3 


5/11/1988 B 


1 N W27 


H 2 


5/11/1988 B 


6 N M70 


H 3 


5/12/1988 B 


1 N K65 


CHH 1 


6/08/1988 A 


3 N BB1 


CHH 1 


6/11/1988 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


6/15/1988 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


6/21/1988 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


6/22/1988 A 


1 N S63 


CHH 1 


6/23/1988 A 


1 P N M70 


H 2 


6/24/1988 C 


1 N L90 


H 2 


6/28/1988 B 


1 N 080 


CHH 1 


6/28/1988 A 


1 N S63 


CHH 1 


6/29/1988 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


7/08/1988 A 


4 L 


TOO CHH 1 


7/11/1988 A 


3 U L41 


CHH 1 


7/13/1988 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


7/27/1988 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


7/28/1988 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


8/30/1988 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


9/13/1988 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


10/02/1988 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 10/02/1988 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


10/14/1988 A 


2 N L90 


CHH 1 


11/14/1988 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


12/01/1988 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


12/09/1988 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 


12/11/1988 A 


1 M N L90 


CHH 1 


12/11/1988 A 


1 P N L90 


H 2 12/20/1988 C 


11 N 080 


CHH 1 


12/21/1988 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


12/22/1988 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


12/24/1988 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


7/22/1988 A 


6 U 


H 1 10/15/1988 C 


4 N 


H 2 


5/20/1988 B 


4 N 


H 2 


8/05/1988 A 


1 T N H60 


H 1 


8/10/1988 B 


1 P N H60 


H 1 


7/01/1988 C 


1 P P 


S 2 


9/24/1988 C 


1 P P S73 


H 1 


10/21/1988 B 


1 N P41 


CHH 1 


11/14/1988 A 


3 P N M25 


H 2 


1/08/1988 B 


5 N 


H 2 


1/13/1988 B 


6 N 


S 2 


1/14/1988 C 


4 N 



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12/31/1988 



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3,500 SUPPORTERS OF CHAMPION PAPER MILL ATTEND HEARING 

MARTIN SEEKS COMPROMISE IN DISPUTE OVER PAPER MILL 

EPA FOOT-DRAGGING CHARGED ON PIGEON RIVER 

TEW. OFFICIAL SAYS HE ISN'T OUT TO SHUT DOWN PAPER MILL 

CHAMPION SAYS IT WILL SPEND WHAT IS NECESSARY ON MILL 

PAPER MILL AGREEMENT REACHED 

CHAMPION NONCOMMITTAL ABOUT COMPROMISE ON PAPER Mia 

CHAMPION PAPER CHAMPIONS 

PIGEON RIVER GROUP WANTS EPA INVESTIGATED 

PERMIT WOULD ALLOW DARKER WATER IN RIVER 

PANEL TO STUDY EPA TESTING OF PIGEON RIVER 

CHAMPION MILL MAY TRY OUT MIXTURE TO CLEAR WATER 

WARNING ISSUED ON PIGEON RIVER FISH 

TENNESSEE COUNTY TO ASK FOR DENIAL OF VARIANCE FOR CHAMPION PAPER MILL 

TENNESSEE PLANS TO DENY WAIVER ON PIGEON RIVER 

CAPE FEAR RIVER 

SIERRA CLUB FIGHTS DUMP IN CAPE FEAR 

PADDLE-WHEELER WILL PLY CAPE FEAR RIVER 

CAPE FEAR OYSTERS HIGH IN ARSENIC 

HIGH ARSENIC LEVELS FOUND IN CAPE FEAR RIVER OYSTERS 

MAN FOUND DEAD IN RIVER IDENTIFIED 

DROUGHT THREAT TO COMMUNITIES BELOW JORDAN 

PORT IMPROVEMENTS NEEDED 

CAPE FEAR SHINER 
SEE ALSO FISH 
WILL MINNOW STOP WASTE PLANT IN LEE? 

CAPE FEAR TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 

REVIVAL OF CLASSES BENEFITS COMMUNITY 

CAPE FEAR VALLEY HOSPITAL (FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.) 

MORTALITY RATES AT 5 N.C. HOSPITALS EXCEED PROJECTIONS 

CAPE HATTERAS, N.C. „ 

SCIENTISTS STUDYING EFFECT OF POWER PLANT WASTE ON OCEAN LIFE 
FISHERMEN SAY LACK OF JETTIES COSTING MONEY AND LIVES 

CAPE HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE 

SCIENTISTS PROPOSE MOVING LIGHTHOUSE 

PROPOSAL TO MOVE LIGHTHOUSE RAPPED 

PLAN TO SAVE LIGHT SHOULDN'T BE RISKY 

LEAVE LIGHTHOUSE ALONE 

HATTERAS OPTIONS WILL BE TOPIC OF ASSESSMENT 

DECISION POSTPONED ON MOVING LIGHTHOUSE 

DUKE GE0L06IST: LIGHTHOUSE SAGA BACKS 'RETREAT' THEORY 

LIGHTHOUSE LENSES RECOVERED 

CAPE HATTERAS NATIONAL SEASHORE 

OCRACOKE AND HATTERAS: N.C.'S ANSWER TO CALIFORNIA'S BIG SUR 

CAPE LOOKOUT NATIONAL SEASHORE 

N.C. BEACH CROWDS THREATEN SHOREBIRDS 

CAPEHART-CROCKER HOUSE 
CASTLE? 

CAPITAL AREA 2-A CONFERENCE 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, SPORTS (BOYS AND GIRLS) (GENERAL HEADING) 
CHASE FOR CAP AREA CROWN APPEARS TO BE WIDE OPEN 



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L Y 


P 


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H 


2 1/15/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 1/16/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 1/22/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 1/26/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 1/27/1988 C 


14 


N 


H 


1 2/12/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 2/13/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 2/23/1988 B 


10 P P 


S 


2 2/26/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 3/04/1988 A 


13 


N 


H 


1 5/04/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 5/21/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 6/25/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 12/14/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/24/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 1/02/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 3/31/1988 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 4/07/1988 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 4/08/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 6/22/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 7/23/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/08/1988 A 


4 


L 



H 2 5/15/1988 C 1 N 
S 2 7/30/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 12/16/1988 A 1 N 



H 2 4/22/1988 C 2 N 
H 2 4/26/1988 C 5 N 



H 2 4/28/1988 C 5 P N 



H 


2 


4/29/1988 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


5/02/1988 A 




1 E 


H 


2 


5/10/1988 A 




\ L 


s 


2 


6/11/1988 A 




» N 


H 


2 


9/23/1988 A 


1 


i N 


S 


2 


11/16/1988 C 




L N 



H 1 12/21/1988 C 2 N 

H 2 6/05/1988 D 8 M F D77 

S 2 6/09/1988 C 3 P N 

S 2 5/02/1988 C 7 P P 

H 2 8/23/1988 D 28 P N W08 

H 2 5/28/1988 C 1 N M70 



THE CAPITAL CENTER (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

PROJECT ON HOLD AS PARTNER SOUGHT 

™&fi^ { ^V&$F%&> (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 

DUKE-BOUND TRIO SHARING LIMELIGHT H 2 4/10/1988 p 3 

TREE CHOPPING: SPEED REIGNS WITH CAPITAL CLASSIC ALL-STARS H 2 4/10/1988 B 3 



N M14 
N M14 



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SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO BUILDING DEVELOPERS 

SEE ALSO IMPACT FEES 
DEVELOPERS CONCERNED FEES WILL SLOW GROWTH S 

ENGINEER PEGS COST AT $209 MILLION TO BRING STREETS TO DESIRED STANDARD H 
PANEL DISCUSSES TRAFFIC LEVEL S 

CAPITA. FOR THE DAY 

JACKSONVILLE BECOMES CAPITAL FOR A DAY H 

MARTIN DEFENDS HIS 'CAPITAL FOR DAY' PROGRAM AGAINST CHARGES OF POLITICS H 
DEMOCRATIC CHIEF RAPS GOVERNOR'S USE OF AIRCRAFT H 



2 8/25/1988 A 
2 8/26/1988 C 
2 8/26/1988 C 



1 NH70 
1 N S51 
1 N H70 



CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, DURHAM CO. (CIP) 
SCHOOLS TO HELP STUDY BUILDING NEEDS 

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

SEE ANTI-DEATH PENALTY 
SEE DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 
SEE DEATH SENTENCES, U.S. 
SEE EXECUTIONS, N.C. 

CAPITALISM 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, U.S. 
SEE ALSO FREE ENTERPRISE 

CAPITALISM NEEDS RESTRAINTS 

PORTRAIT OF A DEFECTOR 

COMMUNISM AND CAPITALISM 

MONEY COUNTS-IN CHINA? 

CAPITOL BROADCASTING CO. 

N.C. HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES NEU SCHOLARSHIPS 
NCHSSA INSTITUTES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 

CAPRICORN/ISLER ASSOCIATES 

COUNCIL MAY RECONSIDER EXPANDING TANDLER HOUSING PROJECT 
MANAGER ADVISES NO TO TANDLER EXPANSION 

CAPTOPRIL 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 
DRUG OFFERS CHANCE TO PREVENT KIDNEY FAILURE IN DIABETICS 

CAR BOMBS 

SEE BOMBINGS, INTERNATIONAL 
SEE BOMBS 
SEE TERRORISM 

CAR-CARE CENTER 

SEE ALSO AUTO REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 
TRIANGLE TO GET CAR-CARE CENTER 

CAR POOLS 

SEE CARPOOLING 

CAR RENTALS 

SEE AUTOS, RENTAL 

CAR WASH 

CLEAN AGAIN 

STEAM BATH 

CAR WASH CHANGE MACHINE STOLEN 

A SPRAY AND A SHINE 

WATER WOES 

RULES WON'T HURT BUSINESS, OWNERS SAY 

A CLEAN MACHINE 

SUMMERTIME REVISITED 

ALL IN THE NAME OF LOVE 



2 1/29/1988 A 12 N 
2 5/28/1988 B 3 N 
2 6/17/1988 A 11 N 



S 2 11/04/1988 C 1 N S92 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 


1/01/1988 A 
1/14/1988 A 
4/09/1988 A 
6/20/1988 A 


4 L 
6 P G 
4 E 
4 E 


H 2 
S 2 


1/29/1988 B 
1/29/1988 B 


1 
2 


N D85 
U G44 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


6/15/1988 A 
7/03/1988 A 


1 
1 


N M70 
N M70 



H 2 1/21/1988 A 17 N 



H 2 10/02/1988 B 6 P N C47 



S 
S 
H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

S 

H 

CHH 



1/14/1988 C 
1/16/1988 B 

3/29/1988 C 
7/03/1988 A 
8/20/1988 A 
8/23/1988 A 
8/31/1988 C 
10/16/1988 B 
12/22/19B8 A 



T32 
S73 



T44 
L38 
N Vll 
P C45 
P C45 
P L38 



CARBOHYDRATES 

EFFECTIVENESS OF CARBOHYDRATE LOADING DEPENDS ON INDIVIDUAL, SYSTEM USED CHH 1 7/02/1988 A 

CARBON 



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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



S U B J E 



HILLSBOROUGH CONSIDERS RED WATER REMEDY 

CARBON 14 DATING 

CARBON-14 DATING OF SHROUD DOES NOT PROVE IT'S A HOAX 

CARBON DIOXIDE 

WE MUST ACT NOW TO SAVE THE PLANET 

GASSING THE ATMOSPHERE 

ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP WARNS OF CARBON DIOXIDE BUILDUP 

CARBON MONOXIDE 

CARBON MONOXIDE OVERCOMES FOUR 

TRIANGLE COUNTIES FACE EPA ACTION 

RALEIGH-DURHAM VIOLATING AIR STANDARDS 

AIR POLLUTION CONTROLS MAY BE EXPANDED 

FUMES FROM SAW OVERCOME EMPLOYEES 

CARBON MONOXIDE BELIEVED CAUSE OF DEATH FOR 2 MEN 

DURHAM AUTO EMISSIONS TESTS MAY BE REQUIRED BY »91 

REPORT CRITICIZES AUTO EXHAUST INSPECTIONS IN N.C. 

FORMER SOUTHERN HIGH ATHLETE'S DEATH A SURPRISE 

CARBON MONOXIDE POISONINGS 

SEE ACCIDENTS, CARBON MONOXIDE 

CARBOVIR 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 

GLAXO PLANS TO DEVELOP NEW DRUG TO FIGHT AIDS 

GLAXO TO STUDY DRUG FOUND TO CURB AIDS 

INCURABLE CAUSE FOR PRIDE 

GLAXO SIGNS AIDS PACT 

CARCINOGENS 

SEE ALSO AGENT ORANGE 
SEE ALSO CANCER 

AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS, CANCER LINKED 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH LAB CHIEFS OUTLINE RESEARCH 

TOXIC CHEMICALS NATURAL, BIOCHEMIST SAYS 

IBM STAYS ON TRAIL OF TOXIC SPILL 

SCIENTISTS BEGIN DISCUSSION OF LINK BETWEEN BENZENE, CANCER 

STUDIES OF BENZENE CONFIRM CANCER LINK, PARK CONFERENCE TOLD 

TALKING DOESN'T STOP WITH CONCLUSION OF BENZENE MEETING 

CHEMICAL NOT CARCINOGENIC 

SCIENTISTS EXAMINE CHEMICAL'S EFFECTS ON LABORATORY MICE 

STUDIES OF EXPOSURE TO BUTADIENE PROVIDE HELP ON SETTING NEW LIMIT 

PARK CONFERENCE ON AIR POLLUTION GOES UP IN SMOKE 

TOXICOLOGISTS STUDY TESTING FOR HAZARDS 

CHAMPION MILL MAY TRY OUT MIXTURE TO CLEAR WATER 

AIR POLLUTION CONTROLS MAY BE EXPANDED 

HEALTH EXPERT WANTS BENZENE PUT BACK ON LIST OF POLLUTANTS 

SOME IN N.C. IGNORING BAN ON CHLORDANE 

MEBANE COUPLE SUES OVER USE OF PESTICIDE 

CHEMICALS FOUND IN FAMILIES* WATER 

LAWMAKER: EPA FAILED ITS DUTY ON PIGEON RIVER 

CANCER DEATH RATE NOT SIGNIFICANTLY HIGHER ALONG RIVER 

EAST TENNESSEE RESIDENTS SPEAK MINDS ON PIGEON RIVER 

CALIFORNIA SUES 33 MAKERS, SELLERS OF TOBACCO ITEMS 

CONTAMINATED SEAFOOD LINK TO CANCER STUDIED 

HAW WATER QUALITY STILL OPEN TO DEBATE 

CARDINAL SAVINGS BANK 

FEDERAL REGULATORS CLOSE BANK 

CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION ™,^™, 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, HEART CATHETERIZATION AND SURGERY 
SEE ALSO HEART DISEASE 

SEE ALSO HEART SURGERY 

HEART CATHETERIZATION TO BE DONE FIRST TIME AT HOSPITAL ON JUNE 27 H 



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N E 
P D • 


—DATE — 


S I T 
E L Y 
• C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 


8/19/1988 A 


3 N R63 



H 2 10/16/1988 D 5 P J 



H 2 6/13/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 6/29/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 11/20/1988 A 13 N 



H 


2 1/20/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 4/13/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/04/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 5/22/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 6/15/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 6/22/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 8/13/1988 B 


3 


N K65 


H 


2 8/18/1988 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 10/31/1988 A 


1 P N W08 



S 


2 10/19/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 10/20/1988 D 


8 


N 


H 


2 10/22/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 12/03/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


1/04/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


1/21/1988 C 


11 


N M97 


H 


2 


3/10/1988 C 


6 P N M97 


H 


n 


3/13/1988 A 


1 M N L41 


H 


2 


3/15/1988 B 


2 


N M97 


H 


2 


3/16/1988 C 


5 


N M97 


H 


2 


3/17/1988 B 


3 


N M97 


H 


2 


4/11/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


4/13/1988 C 


2 


N M97 


H 


2 


4/14/1988 B 


4 


N M97 


H 


2 


5/05/1988 A 


18 


N M97 


H 


2 


5/19/1988 B 


5 


N M97 


H 


2 


5/21/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


5/22/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


6/04/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


6/04/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


6/08/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


6/24/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


8/19/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 10/01/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 10/01/1988 C 


1 


N K65 


CHH 1 


10/07/1988 A 


1 


1 N M25 


H 


2 


5/15/1988 C 


10 


N 



2 6/09/1988 B 1 N C60 



CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION 



-LX630- 



HONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



N 
P 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CHOKING 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE 

SEE ALSO HEART ATTACKS 

SEE ALSO HEIMLICH MANEUVER 
OFFICERS RESUSCITATE MOHAN WHO COLLAPSED ON SIDEWALK (CORRECTION 1-7-88) S 

AMBULANCE WORKERS RESUSCITATED WOMAN S 

STRANGLED BABY REVIVED BY POLICE OFFICER H 

BABY IN CRIB ACCIDENT LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION S 

REVIVED CHILD IN CRITICAL CONDITION H 

LEARNING LIFE-SAVING S 

DROWNING GIRL, AGE 3, SAVED AT Y H 

DISPATCHER HONORED FOR HELPING MOTHER SAVE CHILD'S LIFE S 

MAN RECALLS COURTROOM ACTIONS THAT SAVED HIS LIFE S 

CPR CLASSES CAN HELP S 

THREE MARINES SAVE INFANT AFTER HE STOPPED BREATHING H 

CARE~TRAK 

SEE ALSO ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 
SEE ALSO TRACKING 
DEVICE TRACKS LOST VICTIMS OF ALZHEIMER'S 



CAREER BURNOUT 
SEE STRESS 

CAREER CHANGES 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, U.S. 
TESTING HELPS MATCH PERSONALITY TO CAREER 

CAREER EXPLORATION CLUBS OF N.C. 
SEE ALSO VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 
WINNERS ALL 

CAREER PLANNING 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT .U.S. 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, CAREERS 
CAREERS ARE SUBJECT OF HHS WORKSHOP 
FIRST JOB BIG CHALLENGE TO RECENT GRADUATES 
CAREER FAIR ALLOWS NCCU STUDENTS CONTACT FOR FUTURE JOBS 
CHANGING CAREERS OFTEN FIRST STEP TO FULFILLMENT 
TESTING HELPS MATCH PERSONALITY TO CAREER 

CAR£>ETWORK 

SEE ALSO CARING HOUSE 

SEE ALSO RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE (DURHAM, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE HOSPICE INC. 

BROADWAY STARS, BASKETBALL GAME TO AID CARE-GIVERS 

CARENETWORK SETS FUND-RAISER 

CHARLOTTE HORNETS TO PLAY BENEFIT GAME FOR CARE GROUP 

BENEFITS SET 

CARENETWORK'S WEEKEND FUND-RAISER PROVES SUCCESSFUL 

PICKETT SITE REZONED FOR CENTER 

CARENETWORK BENEFIT 



CAREY WHOLESALE CO. 

FUOUA INDUSTRIES' FOUNDER PAYS VISIT TO NAMESAKE BUSINESS SCHOOL AT DUKE H 

CARIBBEAN 

NEW 'IN' FOODS: THAI, CARIBBEAN H 

FEAST OF THE ISLANDS H 

CARILLON (DUKE UNIV. CHAPEL) 
SEE ALSO BELLS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CHAPEL 
DUKE CHAPEL CARILLON RECITAL PLANNED 

CARING HOUSE 

SEE ALSO CARENETWORK 

SEE ALSO CITIZENS FOR THE DUKE COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 



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C -PG L P BYL 



1/06/1988 A 
1/07/1988 C 
1/11/1988 B 
1/11/1988 C 
1/12/1988 B 
2/23/1988 A 
4/22/1988 
8/24/1988 
9/28/1988 
9/28/1988 
9/30/1988 



N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 
P P T32 

N 

N 

1 P N B53 
1 N BS3 
1 P N 



H 2 5/19/1988 B 1 N 



S 2 10/07/1988 A 6 P G 



S 2 3/11/1988 A 2 P P T37 



4/30/1988 B 

8/23/1988 A 

9/30/1988 A 

10/06/1988 A 

10/07/1988 A 



1 N 
6 P F 
13 N 
6 P G 
6 P G 



G59 



9/06/1988 
9/08/1988 
10/04/1988 
10/06/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/11/1988 B 
11/04/1988 A 



U W15 

N 

N 

N 

U W15 

N P38 

L 



2 2/11/1988 D 5 P U L41 



2 1/28/1988 C 1 P F H45 
2 7/14/1988 C 1 P F Zll 



H 2 7/01/1988 C 6 N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



BY SUBJECTS 



BROADWAY STARS, BASKETBALL GAME TO AID CARE-GIVERS 
PICKETT SITE REZONED FOR CENTER 
PICKETT ROAD REZONING WILL ALLOW CANCER HOME 
NEW DUKE CANCER HO* WON'T HURT NEIGHBORHOOD 

CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

CHURCH IN CHARLOTTE EYES *15 MILLION COMPLEX 

CARMIKE CINEMA 

CARMIKE ASSUMES CONTROL OF MALL'S 4-SCREEN THEATER 

CARNATION CO. 

CARNATION STOPS BUYING MILK FROM FARM NEAR INCINERATOR 

CARNEGIE FORUM ON EDUCATION AND THE ECONOMY 
SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL REFORM 
BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM RULES DRAW CRITICISM 

CARING IE FOUNDATION 

'UNDERGRADUATE EXPERIENCE' TOPIC OF EDUCATOR'S TALK 
EQUAL PART>£R ROLE URGED FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES 
POOR MORALE CITED AMONG N.C. TEACHERS 
N.C. RANKS LOU IN TEACHER JOB SATISFACTION 
UNC GETS $350,000 CARNEGIE GRANT 

CARNEGIE HALL 

BLACK HISTORIAN FRANKLIN SET FOR HONOR AT CARNEGIE HALL 
DUKE PROFESSOR HONORED AS BLACK HISTORY MAKER 

CARNEGIE HERO FUND COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO HEROISM 
18 PEOPLE RECEIVE CARNEGIE MEDALS FOR HEROISM 
HEROES! N.C. MAN, 15 OTHERS HONORED BY CARNEGIE FUND 
NORTH CAROLINIAN HONORED 



A CARNIVAL SEASON (MUSIC GROUP) 

A BIRMINGHAM SEASON OF '70S POWER 



60S MELODY 



CARNIVORE PRESERVATION TRUST 
SEE ALSO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY 
PITTSBORO PRESERVE BRINGS RARE ANIMALS FROM PHILIPPINES 
CARNIVORE TRUST GETS 15 NEW ANIMALS 
THE 'MOUSE' THAT ROARED 
ANIMALS GET SANCTUARY IN CHATHAM 

CAROCHEH INC. 

EAST DURHAM IN QUANDARY 

Y.E. SMITH OPENS DOORS TO NEIGHBORS 

DURHAM CHEMICAL FIRE BURNS 1 MAN 

CAROCHEM BLAZE REKINDLES ANGER IN NEIGHBORHOOD 

RESTING 

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRUCK SAT IDLE 

ARSON CHARGE FOLLOWS FIRE IN EAST DURHAM 

ANGRY EAST DURHAM RESIDENTS DEMAND CITY ACTION 

CITIZENS TO AIR GRIEVANCES SPARKED BY CAROCHEM FIRE 

BURN VICTIM TO FACE ARSON, EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGES 

OFFICIALS DEFEND NOT USING TRUCK 

E. DURHAM RESIDENTS ANGERED; CHEMICAL FIRE SPARKS PLEAS FOR REZONING 

DON'T BLAME VICTIM IN CHEMICAL FIRM FIRE 

WELCOME TO EAST DURHAM; "IF YOU CAN READ THIS,..." (CARTOON) 

SPARKS FLY AT CAROCHEM FIRE MEETING 

GULLEY WANTS CITY REPORT ON RESPONSE TO BLAZE 

MAN OttRGED WITH FIRE GOES TO PRISON 

CITY SHOULD PROVIDE FULL-TIME HAZMAT STAFF 

CITY NEEDS BETTER PLAN FOR EVACUATIONS 

COPE: FLEXIBLE EVACUATION PLAN NEEDED 

EAST DURHAM ZONING WOULD STOP CURRENT CHEMICAL PLANTS* EXPANSION 

EAST DURHAM ZONING WOULD STOP CURRENT CHEMICAL PLANTS' EXPANSION 

HEALTH OR HERITAGE? SHARON MOORE, EAST DURHAM FACING TOUGH CHOICES 

DEPARTMENT WANTS MORE FIREFIGHTERS 



S 

E E 
D — DATE — C 

2 9/06/1988 A 
2 10/11/1988 B 
2 10/11/1988 A 
2 10/13/1988 A 



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L P BYL 



6 U WIS 

1 N P38 

1 N H70 

4 E 



H 2 3/15/1988 A 16 N 

H 2 6/29/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 1/27/1988 B 3 N 

H 1 5/10/1988 C 1 N 



H 
H 
H 
H 
CHH 



3/19/1988 B 

5/17/1988 B 

6/29/1988 A 

12/13/1988 A 

12/22/1988 A 



8 
4 
16 
7 
5 



2 1/19/1988 B 1 
2 2/02/1988 A 1 



P N C19 
P N L34 



H 2 3/04/1988 C 12 N 
H 2 11/07/1988 A 16 N 
H 2 11/21/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 4/26/1988 C 3 R L37 



S 


2 


6/01/1988 C 


7 N 


H 


2 


6/02/1988 B 


1 P N Vll 


CHH 1 


11/26/1988 A 


1 P P T32 


C* 


1 1 


11/26/1988 A 


3 P N M25 


S 


2 


7/01/1988 A 


1 M N W82 


s 


2 


8/01/1988 A 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 


8/01/1988 A 


1 P N B53 


S 


2 


8/01/1988 A 


1 N H02 


S 


2 


8/01/1988 C 


1 P P M66 


H 


2 


8/02/1988 A 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


8/02/1988 A 


1 M N M51 


H 


2 


8/02/1988 A 


1 N M51 


S 


2 


8/02/1988 A 


1 N W82 


S 


2 


8/02/1988 A 


1 N B53 


S 


2 


8/02/1988 A 


2 N W82 


H 


2 


8/03/1988 A 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


8/03/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/03/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


S 


2 


8/03/1988 A 


1 P N W82 


S 


2 


8/03/1988 A 


1 N H70 


S 


2 


8/03/1988 A 


1 N B53 


S 


2 


8/03/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


8/04/1988 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


8/05/1988 A 


1 N W82 


s 


2 


8/05/1988 A 


1 N H70 


S 


2 


8/05/1988 A 


1 N W82 


s 


2 


8/05/1988 C 


1 P N W82 


S 


2 


8/06/1988 A 


1 P N S92 






-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



CITY COUNCIL INVOLVES CITIZENS IN EVACUATION PLANS 

FIRE CHIEF SEEKS INSPECTORS 

LACK OF INSPECTIONS UNFULFILLED PROMISE 

TRY COOPERATION IN EAST DURHAM 

FIREMEN DESERVE SUPPORT 

DOWNZONING WOULD SET TREND 

MAYOR SHOULD KNOW VICTIM 

CHAMBER OPPOSES DOWNZONING BECAUSE OF CHEMICAL ACCIDENTS 

REZONING PLANS GET PUBLIC HEARING 

EAST DURHAM FIRMS BLAST REZONING 

MAN INDICTED ON CHAROCHEM FIRE CHARGE 

CAROCO SERVICE STATION (UNIVERSITY DRIVE) 
STATE REVIEWS PLAN FOR KEROSENE CLEANUP 
SERVICE STATION REPLACES FUEL TANKS 
CAROCO STATION REPLACES TANKS 

STATE STILL SEEKING SOURCE OF FOREST HILLS FUEL LEAK 
STATE SEEKS STEPS TO STOP FUEL LEAK 

CAROL WOODS (RETIREMENT COMPLEX) 
SEE ALSO RETIREMENT HOMES 
TAKEN CARE OF! SOUTHERN PART OF HEAVEN IS HAVEN FOR RETIREES 
FOOD DIRECTOR NAMED TO CAROL WOODS POST 

CAROLEE APARTMENTS 

DISPLACEMENT OF 48 FAMILIES LOOMS AS BATTLE FOR DUKE 
TENANTS IN PATH OF DUKE EXPANSION SEEK MORE MONEY 
APARTMENT TENANTS SEEK COMPENSATION 
LANDLORD DUKE WON'T INCREASE RELOCATION PAY 



SUBJECTS 




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N 
P 


E 
D 


S I T 
E L Y 
— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


8/09/1988 A 
8/09/1988 A 
8/10/1988 A 
8/11/1988 A 
8/15/1988 A 
8/17/1988 A 
8/18/1988 A 
9/01/1988 A 
9/15/1988 A 
9/30/1988 A 
10/18/1988 C 


1 N N36 
1 P N H70 
4 E 
4 E 
4 L 
4 L 
4 L 
3 N 
1 N H70 
1 P N W82 
3 N 


S 
S 
H 
H 
S 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


2/04/1988 A 
2/11/1988 C 
2/12/1988 B 
3/11/1988 C 
4/18/1988 A 


1 N M06 
1 P N M06 
1 N 
1 N 

1 N m6 


S 2 

CHH 1 


3/04/1988 B 
6/18/1988 A 


1 P F G59 
7 P N 



CAROLINA ACADEMIC PRESS 

SMALL PRESS THRIVES ON 



LOSING' BOOKS 






CAROLINA AIR CARE 

SEE N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, HELICOPTER SERVICE 

CAROLINA ASSOCIATION FOR PALESTINIAN HUMAN RIGHTS 
SEE ALSO PALESTINE LIBERATION ORGANIZATION 
TREATMENT OF PALESTINIANS PROTESTED 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

PALESTINIAN ACTIVISTS CRITICIZE U.S. POLICY 
RALLY SCHEDULED TO SUPPORT RIGHTS OF PALESTINIANS 

CAROLINA BANCORP, INC. 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 

CAROLINA BEACH 

ONE BOY DROWNS, BROTHER MISSING 
BROTHERS DROWN AT CAROLINA BEACH 

CAROLINA CABLE 

CABLE FIRM TO SHOW STUDENTS' PROGRAMS 

CHATHAM CABLE TV USERS WOULD TUNE IN BETTER SERVICE 

CAROLINA CINEMA CORP. OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA THEATER (DURHAM, N.C.) 
PUBLIC CHEATED OUT OF CHANCE TO SEE MOVIE IN THEIR THEATER 
GROUP THAT RENTED THEATER HAD RIGHT TO OWN GUEST LIST 
LETTER WRITER OFF BASE 

FUTURE UNCLEAR AS CAROLINA ROLLS THE CREDITS 
BROADWAY STARS, BASKETBALL GAME TO AID CARE-GIVERS 
POPCORN TO GO 
♦3 MILLION IN GIFTS ENHANCE ARTS CENTER 

CAROLINA CLEAN COUNTRYSIDE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO LITTER 
CLEANUP CAMPAIGN RAISES CONCERNS 

CAROLINA COUGARS 



H 2 3/01/1988 B 1 P N N36 

H 2 5/08/1988 B 1 N A54 

S 2 5/09/1988 C 1 N S92 

H 2 5/13/1988 C 1 N 



S 2 4/04/1988 C 1 P N B85 



H 2 4/08/1988 C 3 P P K30 

H 2 4/09/1988 A 2 N 

CHH 1 8/17/1988 A 3 P N S17 

H 2 10/13/1988 C 6 N 



H 2 10/16/1988 BUN 
H 2 11/06/1988 C 18 N 
H 2 11/20/1988 D 13 N 



H 2 7/08/1988 C 2 N 
H 2 7/10/1988 C 5 N 



H 2 1/23/19B8 B 3 N 080 
CHH 1 12/24/1988 A 1 N M25 



6/16/1988 
6/21/1988 
6/22/1988 
7/29/1988 
9/06/1988 
9/15/1988 
10/03/1988 



L 
L 
L 

F C19 
U U15 
P M66 
L 



H 1 1/19/1988 B 1 N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 
LITTLES RECALLS GLORY DAYS OF CAROLINA COUGARS 

CAROLINA CRUISERS CAR CLUB 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS ) 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, ANTIQUE 
VINTAGE CAR SHOW SET FOR OCT. 7-9 

CAROLINA CRUNCH PRODUCTS INC. 

COMPANY FINDS HEARTY APPETITES FOR FRIED SKINS 

CAROLINA CUSTOM GOLF NORTH 

SEE ALSO COMPUTER SIMULATIONS 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

IT NEVER RAINS ON INDOOR GOLF COURSE 

CAROLINA DANCERS 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
MUSEUM BUILDING CLOSES TRAIN, SANCTUARY TO NOV. 1 
SCHEER PREMIERE POWERFUL, IF VAGUE 
MS. SCHEER, CAROLINA DANCERS PRESENT DANCES WITH HEART 

CAROLINA DESIGNER CRAFTSMEN 

'MELO-YELLOU' NAME TAGS ARE AFFIXED IN GOOD HUMOR 

CAROLINA DUKE MOTOR INN 

POLICE PROBE BUS DAMAGE AT JORDAN HIGH 

CAROLINA EXPRESS (MUSIC GROUP) 

COUNTRY SINGER PLAYS FOR CALMER AUDIENCES NOW 
POLICEMEN, FIREMEN ARE COUNTRY CROONERS IN OFF-TIME 

CAROLINA EYE ASSOCIATES 

TRIANGLE EYE DOCTORS FOCUS ON BELIZE 
LENS IMPLANT HELPS SIGHT 
EYE CARE AVAILABLE HERE 

CAROLINA FARM STEWARDSHIP ASSOCIATION 

ALTERNATIVE FARMING DAYS START TODAY AT ELON COLLEGE 

CAROLINA FILM CLUB (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO FILM FESTIVALS 
CLUB SETS WESTERN FILM MINIFESTIVAL 

CAROLINA FINE SNACKS 

REPUBLICANS TO MUNCH PORK RINDS 

PORK RIND PRODUCERS HOPE BUSH WILL HELP BOOST SALES 

CAROLINA FITNESS 
SEE ALSO EXERCISE 
SEE ALSO NUTRITION 
SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FITNESS 
SEE ALSO WEIGHT CONTROL 

SLOW AMD STEADY WINS THE DIET RACE, HE SAYS 

OPRAH'S WAY! QUICK BUT POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS 

CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP. 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 
EARNINGS DIGEST 

CAROLINA FRIENDS HIGH SCHOOL 

SEE CAROLINA FRIENDS UPPER SCHOOL 

CAROLINA FRIENDS LOWER SCHOOL 
FINISHING SCHOOL 

CAROLINA FRIENDS SCHOOL (GENERAL HEADING) 
SITE SCULPTURE 
ART ENHANCES DANCE 
WRITING CONFERENCE SET AT CAROLINA FRIENDS 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 11/04/1988 B 2 N F25 

S 2 8/22/1988 C 3 N 

H 2 3/28/1988 C 4 N 

H 2 1/24/1988 C 10 P N C49 



H 2 10/04/1988 B 5 U W66 
H 2 10/25/1988 B 5 R L59 
S 2 11/03/1988 D 3 R B71 



H 2 12/05/1983 A 6 P U W66 
S 2 5/31/1988 B 1 N 



H 1 4/14/1988 B 2 N 
S 2 4/19/1988 A 6 P N 



S 2 7/09/1988 B 1 N H02 
H 2 9/13/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 10/08/1988 A 4 L 



H 1 6/21/1988 B 1 N 



H 1 1/12/1988 B 



H 2 8/10/1988 B 5 N 
H 2 11/24/1988 B 12 N 



CHH 1 12/26/1988 A 3 P N S17 
CHH 1 12/26/1988 A 3 N S17 



H 2 2/04/1988 D 8 H 



S 2 3/26/1988 C 1 P P T37 



H 2 1/30/1988 B 1 P P T37 
H 2 2/27/1988 A 7 P P T37 
H 2 4/30/1988 B 2 N 



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WELLS SYNONYMOUS WITH FRIENDS SCHOOL 

PICTURE PERFECT 

EARLY SCHOOL OPENS AT CAROLINA FRIENDS 

GERMAN SISTERS WELCOMED BY CFS 

FRIENDS SCHOOL CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY 

NO ANTS AT THIS PICNIC 

VISITORS FIND CFS TO THEIR LIKING 

DON'T PASS SCHOOL BUSES 

NEW DANCE TEACHER HAS STUDENTS SEARCHING I 

STUDENTS HELP WARM HEARTS, HOMES OF NEEDY 

CAROLINA FRIENDS SCHOOL, GRADUATION 
GRADUATION AT FRIENDS EMOTIONAL 

CAROLINA FRIENDS SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL 

FRIENDS SCHOOL NAMES INTERIM HEAD 

CAROLINA FRIENDS UPPER SCHOOL 

MINI-SESSION BRINGS CFS STUDENTS TO HERALD PHOTOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT 
FRENCH VISITORS PROMISE TO SPEAK WITH EACH OTHER ONLY IN ENGLISH 
SOCK IT TO 'EM 
TOTING THAT LOAD 

CAROLINA GAY AND LESBIAN ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO HOMOSEXUALS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, HOMOSEXUALS 

STUDENT VOTE SOUGHT ON FUNDING FOR HOMOSEXUAL ASSOCIATION AT UNC 

N.C. HOMOSEXUAL ASSOCIATION HOLDS CHAPEL HILL MARCH, RALLY 

RUNOFFS APPEAR LIKELY IN CAMPUS ELECTIONS 

STUDENTS OPPOSE FINANCING HOMOSEXUAL ORGANIZATION 

UNC GAY GROUP GETS APPROPRIATION 

HOMOSEXUAL GROUPS TARGET OF FEE BAN MOVE 

GROUP ASKS CANDIDATES' STANCE ON MONEY FOR GAY GROUPS 

CAROLINA GAYS HOLDING WEEKEND MEETING HERE 

GAY, LESBIAN FEDERATION TARGETS XINT EFFORT 

HOMOSEXUAL STUDENTS FIND TIMES A' CHANGIN' 

ANTI-GAY-FUNDING PROPOSAL BACKED 

CAMPUS WATCH POLLS STATE CANDIDATES ON GAY FUNDING 

GROUP HURTS CREDIBILITY WITH ONE-ISSUE FOCUS 

LET STUDENTS SETTLE GAY FUNDING ISSUE 

EDITORIAL WAS RIGHT-WING 

MAINE'S MEDICINAL MUSIC 

CAROLINA GODIVA TRACK CLUB 

SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 
SEE ALSO TRACK 
FANFARE/GODIVA STREAKS TO WINS 

CAROLINA HEALTH AND HUMOR ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO HUMOR 
SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 

LAUGHS IMPROVE LIFE 

NUTTY DOCTOR COMING 

MISERY IS SOMETHING TO BE LAUGHED ABOUT 

CAROLINA HOSPITAL ALCOHOLISM PROGRAM SERVICES 
SEE CHAPS CENTER 

THE CAROLINA INDIAN VOICE (NEWSPAPER) 
SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C, 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 

KUNSTLER OFFERS HIS HELP TO TWO INDIANS 

HATCHER ACCUSED NEWSPAPER OF BIAS 

HATCHER SENDS NOTE REPUDIATING CLAIMS PAPER WAS BIASED 

EDITOR SAYS SHE FEARED FOR HATCHER 

CAROLINA INN (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTERS 
MARKETING HEAD NAMED FOR UNC HOTEL, CONFERENCE CENTERS 
INN MAY GET $6.5 MILLION RENOVATION 



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12/51/1988 


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N 
P 


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


S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
D WHILE STEPPING OUT H 
S 


2 6/17/1988 C 
2 7/02/1988 B 
2 9/08/1988 B 
2 9/23/1988 A 
2 9/24/1988 C 
2 9/25/1988 B 
2 10/08/1988 A 
2 10/14/1988 A 
2 12/03/1988 B 
2 12/17/1988 C 


1 P F S92 
1 PP T37 

3 N 
12 P U 

1 N S92 
1 P P B90 
6 P U T37 

4 L 

1 PU T37 
1 PN S92 



S 2 6/13/1988 A 1 N S92 
H 2 2/26/1988 B 12 P N 



H 2 4/09/1988 A 6 P F T37 

H 2 9/03/1988 B 1 P U T37 

S 2 12/09/1988 A 8 P P T37 

S 2 12/23/1988 A 9 P P T37 



H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 

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



1/31/1988 B 
2/01/1988 A 
2/17/1988 B 
2/18/1988 B 
4/20/1988 C 
8/28/1988 
9/14/1988 
9/30/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/12/1988 
10/13/1988 
10/26/1988 
11/08/1988 



11/18/1988 D 



4 
3 

1 
1 
8 
14 
1 
3 
3 
3 
1 
3 
4 
4 
4 
7 



P N 080 

N 
P N R71 

N 080 

N K65 
P N N36 

N M06 
P N S17 
P N S17 

N S17 
P N M06 

N S17 

E 

E 

L 
P F L37 



H 2 12/01/1988 D 3 N 



S 2 1/22/1988 B 
CHH 1 9/20/1988 A 
H 2 10/05/1988 A 



1 P F S27 

2 N 

6 P F Zll 



H 2 2/10/1988 B 16 P N 

S 2 2/11/1988 A 14 N 

H 2 2/13/1988 B 5 N 

H 2 10/07/1988 B 4 P N 



H 2 5/19/1988 C 11 
CHH 1 9/15/1988 A 1 



N 
N S17 



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POLICE LOG/CAROLINA INN SIGN BROKEN IN 2 PLACES 

CAROLINA INTERFAITH TASK FORCE 

GROUP PLANS 'PILGRIMAGE FOR PEACE' 

WITNESS LINK IN ERROR 

EL SALVADORAN GIVES TALK ON POLITICAL TERRORISM 

PEACE GROUPS BOOST MARXISTS 

•FORGING PEACE WEEK' SET TO BEGIN TOMORROW 

CAROLINA LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
SEE ALSO DURHAM BULLS 
SEE ALSO HAGERSTOUN SUNS 
SEE ALSO KINSTON INDIANS (BASEBALL TEAM) 
SEE ALSO PENINSULA WHITE SOX (CHANGED TO VIRGINIA GENERALS) 
SEE ALSO PRINCE WILLIAM PIRATES (NOW THE YANKEES) 
SEE ALSO PRINCE WILLIAM YANKEES (FORMERLY THE PIRATES) 
SEE ALSO RALEIGH, N.C., BASEBALL STADIUM 
SEE ALSO SALEM BUCCANEERS 
SEE ALSO SOUTHERN LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO VIRGINIA GENERALS (FORMERLY PENINSULA WHITE SOX) 
SEE ALSO WINSTON-SALEM SPIRITS 

RALEIGH ALIENATES WOLFF 

BULLS PONDER PARK ON TRIPLE-A SCALE 

WOLFF GUARDS BULLS' TURF 

RALEIGH STILL HITLESS FACING BULLS' WOLFF 

PRINCE WILLIAM, KINSTON RESUME FEUDING WAYS 

RALEIGH'S PRO SPORTS WILL BUY GREENSBORO FRANCHISE 

WOLFF PROTECTS BULLS' TERRITORY 

LITTLE RETURNS TO CAROLINA LEAGUE 

KINSTON'S AWOL OUTFIELDER SAID FUN HAD LEFT THE GAME 

BULLS LOSE, FALL INTO TIE FOR FIRST PLACE 

DIAMOND CHIPS 

BULL SPLIT TO OPEN 2ND HALF 

DIAMOND CHIPS 

NEW FACES PLENTIFUL IN CL'S SECOND HALF 

IN THE YANKEE ORGANIZATION, THE AXE REACHES ALL BRANCHES 

YANKS' TOP CL PROSPECT MAY MISS REMAINDER OF 1988 SEASON 

SUPPORT OF BULLS' FANS HELPS SHATTER RECORD 

BULLS BLOW LEAD, DROP 4 GAMES BACK 

CAROLINA LEAGUE FACES CHANGES FOR '89 SEASON 

CAROLINA LEAGUE WILL HAVE 3 NEW TEAKS FOR '89 SEASON 

CAROLINA LEAGUE, ATTENDANCE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ATHLETIC PARK, ATTENDANCE 
BULLS RALLY WITH POWER 

CAROLINA LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME 

SIX BULLS MAKE CAROLINA LEAGUE ALL-STARS 

SIX BULLS WIN SPOTS ON ALL-STAR SQUAD 

SIX BULLS READY FOR ALL-STAR DEBUT 

MORRIS HAS LOFTY ALL-STAR GOAL 

NORTH'S PITCHERS HOLD OFF SOUTH ALL-STARS FOR 2-1 VICTORY 

NORTH'S PITCHING PREVAILS 

MERCKER BULLS' LONE ALL-STAR 

CAROLINA MEADOWS 

SEE ALSO RETIREMENT HOMES 
TAKEN CARE OF! SOUTHERN PART OF HEAVEN IS HAVEN FOR RETIREES 
CHATHAM FUNDS WORKERS TO HELP COUNTY'S ELDERLY (CORRECTED 6-29- 
CORRECTION 
CAROLINA MEADOWS TAKES SECOND STEP IN DEVELOPING PLAN 

CAROLINA MOTOR CLUB 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE MOTOR CLUB 
GAS TO COST LESS FOR EASTER TRIPS 
GAS PRICES DOWN 

STIFFER DRUNKEN DRIVING LAWS BACKED 
TAILGATERS TOP MOST DISLIKED LIST 



S 
E 

-DATE — C -PG 



BYL 



CHH 1 11/03/1988 A 3 N 



H 2 3/05/1988 C 6 N 

H 2 3/31/1988 A 4 L 

S 2 5/02/1988 A 7 N 

H 2 5/25/1988 A 4 L 

S 2 9/29/1988 A 12 N 



s 


2 


1/20/1988 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


3/02/1988 A 


1 M N S51 


S 


2 


3/08/1988 A 


1 N C09 


H 


2 


3/13/1988 C 


12 P N C52 


H 


2 


4/17/1988 C 


11 N 


H 


2 


4/22/1988 B 


1 N C52 


S 


2 


4/29/1988 D 


1 N P52 


S 


2 


5/25/1988 D 


1 N P52 


H 


2 


6/05/1988 C 


2 N C52 


H 


2 


6/06/1988 B 


3 N 


S 


2 


6/11/1988 B 


2 P U P52 


H 


2 


6/20/1988 B 


2 C N 


S 


2 


6/25/1988 B 


2 P U P52 


H 


2 


6/26/1988 C 


2 N C52 


H 


2 


7/03/1988 B 


2 N C52 


H 


2 


7/24/1988 C 


2 N C52 


S 


2 


8/13/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/26/1988 B 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 10/30/1988 C 


11 N C52 


H 


2 11/13/1988 C 


13 N C52 



S 2 8/13/1988 B 3 P N P52 



S 
H 
H 
S 

H 

s 

s 



S 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



7/07/1988 B 
7/08/1988 B 
7/20/1988 B 
7/20/1988 D 
7/21/1988 D 
7/21/1988 B 
8/29/1988 D 



3/04/1988 B 
6/28/1988 A 
6/29/1988 A 
7/05/1988 A 



N P52 
N C52 
N C52 
N P52 
N C52 
N P52 
N 



F 
N 
N 
N K65 



G59 
S63 



S 2 3/26/1988 A 10 N 

H 2 3/27/1988 B 10 N 

H 1 4/29/1988 C 2 N 

H 2 8/09/1988 A 14 N 



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SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO ORGAN DONORS AND TRANSPLANTS 
REFEREE THRIVES ON PRESSURE OF ARRANGING ORGAN DONATIONS 
HOPE IS WHERE HER HEART LIES 
CHILD DIES AFTER HEART TRANSPLANT AT DUKE 

CAROLINA PARENT 

SEE ALSO CHILD REARING 
THREE WOMEN LAUNCH TABLOID FOR PARENTS 

CAROLINA POLL 
SEE ALSO POLLS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
JACKSON. GORE HEAD UNC POLL 
UNC POLL FINDS TAR HEELS SMOKING LESS 
UNC POLL: RACE, HONEY AFFECT BELIEF 
POLL RESULTS GIVE CLUES TO TV PREACHERS' PULL 
GOV. HARTIN RECEIVES HIS HIGHEST RATING IN POLL 
SURVEY: CAROLINIANS UPBEAT ON ECONOMY 
CAROLINA POLL BEGINS PHONE SURVEY 
UNC POLL FINDS BUSH, MARTIN AHEAD IN STATE 
DURHAM PARTY CAMPAIGNS MARKED BY DISPARITY IN LINK TO NATIONAL TICKETS 

CAROLINA POPULATION CENTER 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CAROLINA POPULATION CENTER 

CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT CO. 

GROUP HOPES NUCLEAR PLANT UILL BE BROUGHT ABOVE STANDARDS 

INSIDER TRADING 

CPU. SEEKS TO KEEP MONEY 

CPU., DUKE POWER OFFER TO HELP PAY FOR WASTE SITE 

state: NUCLEAR PLANT EVACUATION PLAN UILL UORK 

THORNBURG SAYS CPU. WANTS CUSTOMERS TO PAY FOR WASTE 

CPU. ORDERED TO REFUND $4.1 MILLION 

CUSTOMERS OF CPU. TO GET $4.1 MILLION 

MATH SCHOOL'S TRAVELING WORKSHOP AIDS TEACHERS 

CPU. REFUND WILL BE CREDITED ON CUSTOMERS' APRIL BILLS 

5X RATE INCREASE PROPOSED FOR CPU. 

REACTORS IN CAROLINA HAVE TOP YEAR DURING 1987 

CPU. RATE INCREASE OPPOSED 

PERSON BOARD ACCEPTS TAX SETTLEMENT 

CPU.'S MANAGEMENT CRITICIZED AND PRAISED 

HEARINGS STUDY CPU. MANAGEMENT 

READER OF RADIATION DETECTORS COMFORTABLE WITH HARRIS PLANT 

CPU. HEARINGS BEGIN 

CPU. NUCLEAR RECORD 

CPU. CHAIRMAN DEFENDS HARRIS PLANT COST 

CPU. SAYS RATE INCREASE WOULD BE LAST FOR A WHILE 

CPU. TO REFUND $4.1 MILLION FOR IMPROPER BILLING 

PANEL OKS REFUND PLAN 

CPU. REQUESTS SMALL DECREASE IN POWER BILLS 

CPU. PLANTS RECEIVE HIGH MARKS 

HARRIS PLANT DELAY CITED AT HEARING 

ENGINEERS SAY PLANT SHOULD HAVE BEEN REDESIGNED 

CPU. OFFICIALS DEFEND HARRIS CONSTRUCTION 

CPU. DEFENDS FEE TO JUSTIFY EXPENSE OF HARRIS PLANT 

CPU. RATE HEARING ENTERS EIGHTH WEEK 

INSIDER TRADING 

TRIANGLE J'S NUCLEAR PANEL TRIMS SESSIONS 

LONGEST UTILITIES COMMISSION HEARING IN HISTORY CONCLUDES 

CPU. RATE DECISION DUE BY AUGUST 5 

NRC IS PROPOSING FINES AGAINST CPU. 

BILL WOULD SAVE PERSON COUNTY TAX REVENUES 

NUCLEAR PLANT BREWING? 

HOUSE OKS PERSON COUNTY TAX BILL 

TESTING PLANNED FOR ALERT SYSTEM 

THORNBURG ASKS AGENCY TO DROP $190 MILLION OF CPU.'S REQUEST 

POWER AGENCY CHARGES CPU. VIOLATED CONTRACT 

CPU. REDUCES RATE-+UKE REQUEST 

SSC WOULD CAUSE OVERLOAD 

FINE PROPOSED AGAINST CPU. 



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L P BYL 



H 2 2/14/1988 B 1 P N P38 
H 2 3/08/1988 A 1 P N C60 
H 2 4/14/1988 A 1 N C60 



H 2 4/13/1988 B 1 P F Zll 



s 


2 3/04/1988 A 


1 N 


s 


2 4/01/1988 C 


1 N 


s 


2 4/14/1988 A 


1 N 


s 


2 4/15/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 6/03/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 6/21/1988 B 


5 N 


CHH 


1 1 10/30/1988 A 


7 P N 


S 


2 11/04/1988 C 


1 N 


S 


2 11/05/1988 A 


1 P N M06 



S 


2 


1/13/1988 C 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 


1/17/1988 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 


1/26/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


2/02/1988 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 


2/10/1988 C 


1 


N U82 


H 


2 


2/23/1988 B 


16 P N 


H 


2 


3/01/1988 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 


3/01/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


3/14/1988 A 


6 P N J40 


H 


2 


3/16/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/24/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


4/01/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/05/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


1 


4/06/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


4/11/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/13/1988 C 


7 


N M97 


S 


2 


4/14/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


1 


4/19/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/05/1988 D 


9 


N 


S 


2 


5/06/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/13/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 


5/19/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/21/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/22/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


1 


6/02/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


6/09/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


6/12/1988 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 


6/15/1988 B 


1 


N M97 


S 


2 


6/17/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/18/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


6/18/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


1 


6/25/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/28/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


1 


6/28/1988 B 


1 


N 


CHH 1 


7/09/1988 A 


7 P N 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/15/1988 B 


9 


N 


S 


2 


7/15/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/26/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


7/27/1988 B 


5 


N 



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MORE DEALS LIKELY ON POWER INTERRUPTIONS TO CUSTOMERS H 2 

SHEARON HARRIS SHUTS DOWN FOR REFUELING, MAINTENANCE CHH 1 

SHEARON HARRIS BROUGHT OFF LINE FOR FIRST REFUELING S 2 

HEALTH WARNING ISSUED ON HYCO LAKE FISH H 2 

CPU. GETS APPROVAL FOR 9X RATE INCREASE H 2 

RATE HIKE COULD STRENGTHEN FOES OF NUCLEAR PLANT CHH 1 

GROUP SEEKS REVIEW OF CPU. RATE HIKE S 2 

PUBLIC STAFF SEEKS RECONSIDERATION OF CPU. RATE HIKE H 2 

SOUTH CAROLINA CUTS CP&L RATE-BOOST REQUEST IN HALF H 2 

CPU. FIGHTS BID TO REDUCE RATE INCREASE S 2 

N.C. JULY ELECTRIC BILLS ABOUT SAME AS IN 1987 H 2 

COMMISSION REJECTS RATE HIKE REVIEW S 2 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS ALLOWS MD. PROGRAM (CORRECTION PRINTED 9-10-88) CHH 1 

SHAG; NOT A BEACH DANCE BUT A NEW ANTI-NUKE GROUP CHH 1 

PLANT TRAFFIC RIDES AROUND QUIET PROTEST CHH 1 

RAYMOND S. TALTON, RETIRED VICE PRESIDENT OF CPU. H 2 

MORE CORPORATIONS PAYING TAXES UNDER NEW LAWS H 2 

HARRIS PLANT RATES HIGH IN SAFETY S 2 

INSIDER TRADING H 2 

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE OPPOSES NEW UTILITY LAW H 2 

DRILL HELD AT ROXBORO CPU. PLANT H 1 

NUCLEAR PLANT WOULD CONSIDER ON-SITE RADIOACTIVE STORAGE CHH 1 

CPU. WANTS TO STORE HIGH-LEVEL NUCLEAR WASTE IN WAKE COUNTY H 2 

MEMBER OF CASH OPPOSES CHATHAM NUCLEAR SHIPMENT CHH 1 

CPU. SEEKS APPROVAL FOR N-WASTE SHIPMENT PLANS H 2 

CPU. TO BUY POWER FROM OHIO COMPANY H 2 

FINE IS PROPOSED AGAINST CPU. FOR PATHWAY H 2 

REPORT: SHEARON HARRIS PROBLEMS MORE THAN AVERAGE CHH 1 

CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT CO., EMPLOYEES 

CPU. EMPLOYEES BUILD PUBLIC PICNIC AREA H 1 5/12/1988 B 

CPU. OFFERS EARLY RETIREMENT TO 475 HI 9/02/1988 C 

CPU. EFFICIENCY STUDY MAY RESULT IN LAYOFFS H 2 11/12/1988 A 

CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT CO., MAYO CREEK GENERATING PLANT 

SEE ALSO UTILITY PLANTS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR ELECTRICAL UTILITIES) 



7/31/1988 

8/01/1988 

8/01/1988 

8/04/1988 

8/06/1988 

8/07/1988 

8/13/1988 

8/14/1988 B 

8/17/1988 A 

8/23/1988 B 

8/25/1988 A 

9/02/1988 

9/09/1988 

9/13/1988 

9/14/1988 

9/21/1988 

9/23/1988 

9/28/1988 

10/09/1988 B 

10/16/1988 B 

11/02/1988 B 

12/02/1988 A 

12/09/1988 A 

12/14/1988 A 

12/18/1988 A 

12/23/1988 B 

12/30/1988 A 

12/31/1988 A 



N 

N B81 
N 

N T33 
N 

N B21 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N L90 
N S17 
N M25 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N M25 
N 

N M25 
1 M N C60 

5 N 

6 N 

3 N S17 



1 P N 

3 N 

12 N 



CPU. EMPLOYEES BUILD PUBLIC PICNIC AREA 

CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT CO., SALES AND EARNINGS 
EARNINGS DIGEST 

CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT CO. REPORTS DECLINE IN EARNINGS 
CPU. QUARTERLY EARNINGS UP 5 CENTS PER SHARE 
CPU. DIRECTORS DECLARE QUARTERLY DIVIDEND 

CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT CO., TAXES 
AGENCY REBUKED ON CPU. FIGURES 

CAROLINA REDBIRDS (FORMERLY TRIANGLE CARDINALS) 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE CARDINALS (CHANGED TO CAROLINA REDBIRDS) 

FANFARE/CARDINALS TO REDBIRDS 

FANFARE/CAROLINA REDBIRDS 

REDBIRDS WIN OPENER 

DOLLAR DRAIN MIGHT END OWNER'S FOOTBALL DREAM 

FANFARE/HOME OPENER 

REDBIRDS LET THEIR DREAMS TAKE WING 

JOYNER TURNS REDBIRDS' 'GOLDEN* 

FANFARE/CAROLINA REDBIRDS 

FANFARE/CAROLINA REDBIRDS 

FANFARE/CAROLINA REDBIRDS 

JAGUARS' 2ND-HALF RALLY NETS VICTORY 

REDBIRDS TO CONTINUE STORMY SEASON 

OFFER ON THE TABLE... 

FANFARE/REDBIRDS PLUCKED 



H 1 5/12/1988 B 1 P N 



2 1/28/1988 A 
2 4/28/1988 D 
2 7/26/1988 A 
2 12/22/1988 D 



19 

10 

14 

4 



H 1 11/02/1988 B 1 N 



5/07/1988 D 
5/15/1988 B 
6/13/1988 B 
6/16/1988 D 
6/18/1988 D 
6/19/1988 C 
6/19/1988 C 
6/27/1988 B 
7/02/1988 D 
7/04/1988 B 
8/07/1988 C 
8/10/1988 B 
9/24/1988 B 



2 11/01/1988 B 



N 

N 

N 

N C36 

N 

N C36 

N C36 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

P 

N 



T37 



CAROLINA REST HOME 

REST HOME PATIENTS MOVED AFTER FIRE 

CAROLINA SECURITY CORP. 
BUSINESS BRIEFLY 



S 2 2/22/1988 A 7 N 
H 2 8/10/1988 A 12 N 



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CAROLINA SENCAR INC. 

EUROPA CONTRACTOR FILES LAWSUIT FOR PAY 

CAROLINA SOLITE CO, 

STANLY COUNTY COMPANY STATE'S BIGGEST IMPORTER OF HAZARDOUS WASTE 

CAROLINA STREETSCENE 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
KINGSTONS, LEWIS AT 'MYTHIC STREETSCENE 

CAROLINA SUMMER 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, CURRICULUM 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, SUMMER SCHOOL 
'CAROLINA SUMMER' OFFERS STUDENTS A TASTE OF COLLEGE 
RISING SENIORS HIT BOOKS INSTEAD OF THE BEACH FOR CAROLINA SUMMER 

CAROLINA SYMPOSIUM 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, SYMPOSIA 
SMITHSONIAN OFFICIAL TO OPEN SYMPOSIUM '88 
POLITICAL CARTOONS ON SYMPOSIUM SLATE 
ARTS INCLUDED IN CAROLINA SYMPOSIUM 
'UNDERGRADUATE EXPERIENCE' TOPIC OF EDUCATOR'S TALK 

CAROLINA TARWKEELS BICYCLE CLUB 
SEE ALSO BICYCLE TRIPS 
SEE ALSO BICYCLES 

BIKE FESTIVAL BEGINS TODAY IN DURHAM 

BIKE RIDERS MAKE STOPS FOR HISTORY 

CAROLINA TELEPHONE CO. 

STATE ORDERS SOME PHONE RATE CUTS 

FOUR PHONE COMPANIES ARE GRANTED RATE CUTS 

GRANVILLE COUNTY TO GET 'NO TOLL' PHONING 

GETTING WIRED 

PITTSBORO-CHAPEL HILL LONG-DISTANCE CHARGES END (CORRECTED 8-1-88) 

PITTSBORO-CHAPEL HILL LONG-DISTANCE CHARGES END (CORRECTED 8-1-88) 

CAROLINA THEATER (DURHAM, N.C. ) 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA CINEMA CORP, OF DURHAM 
SEE ALSO DURHAM AUDITORIUM 
SEE ALSO FLETCHER THEATRE 

READY TO CELEBRATE 

BOND ISSUE BARELY SCRATCHES SURFACE 

MALLARME CHAMBER PLAYERS' 'SERENADE' WELL-RECEIVED 

700 STUDENTS CROWD DOWNTOWN FOR SHOW 

...'EVEN EDUCATED FLEAS DO IT,' OPENING TOMORROW AT CAROLINA THEATER 

CHEZ CAROLINA 

CONNIE MOSES' 'BALLROOM' A DOWNTOWN DURHAM SPUR 

SINGLE PROFESSIONALS ENJOY DATE WITH CUPID 

SHELTER DRIVE NEEDS BOOST 

REEL EVENTS FEATURE 14 1/2-HOUR FILM, HARD-HITTING 'ROCKS' 

CAROLINA TO SHOW FILM BENEFITING INDIANS' DEFENSE FUND 

$3.8 MILLION MORE NEEDED FOR CAROLINA THEATER PROJECT 

DESPITE COST OVERRUN, THEATER PLAN STILL GOOD 

IN SEARCH OF HIDDEN TREASURE 

'PASS THE POPCORN' PLEASES 

CONSTRUCTION CAUSES CUTBACK IN CAROLINA THEATRE OPERATION 

THE TIMES, THEY ARE... 

OVERRUNS ON DURHAM PROJECTS COULD BE HIGH 

HOMETOWN INSPIRES 'HAIRSPRAY' 

MOVIE BULL DURHAM WILL PREMIERE HERE 

•BULL DURHAM' PREMIERES HERE 

BEYOND CATEGORY 

•DEAR PHIL' DEBUTS TUESDAY 

COMMUNITY MAKES 'CONCERTED' EFFORT TO FEED HOMELESS 

GUESTS KEEP CELEBRITIES 'WAITING' 

CHECKING PROGRESS 

'BULL DURHAM' PREMIERES SATURDAY 

PREMIERE PLANS 



CHH 1 12/29/1988 A 3 N H90 
H 2 12/29/1988 B 5 P N 

H 2 9/09/1988 D 11 P F C19 



CHH 1 6/23/1988 A 
CHH 1 7/11/1988 A 



7 P N 
3 N B21 



H 2 3/05/1988 C 5 N U80 

H 2 3/17/1988 C 11 N U80 

H 2 3/18/1988 C 2 N 

H 2 3/19/1988 B 8 N 



H 2 5/28/1988 C 5 N 
H 2 5/29/1988 C 3 N C47 



H 2 
H 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/06/1988 B 
1/21/1988 B 
3/04/1988 A 
7/30/1988 A 
7/31/1988 A 
7/31/1988 A 



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



1/01/1988 B 

1/07/1988 C 

1/21/1988 D 

2/11/1988 B 

2/11/1988 D 

2/12/1988 

2/12/1988 

2/16/1988 

3/08/1988 

3/10/1988 

3/12/1988 

3/15/1988 

3/17/1988 

3/22/1988 

3/24/1988 

4/01/1988 

4/17/1988 

4/17/1988 

4/28/1988 

5/19/1988 

5/19/1988 

5/26/1988 

6/02/1988 

6/02/1988 

6/07/1988 

6/07/1988 

6/09/1988 

6/10/1988 



1 
1 

4 

10 

8 

12 

13 

6 

4 

3 

10 

1 

4 

6 

8 

2 

1 

4 

8 

1 

2 

2 

3 

12 

6 

3 

12 

8 



N 
N 

N T33 
P T44 
N S63 
N B81 



P T32 
N M06 
R C58 
N 
P 

F W66 
F W66 
U H45 
E 

F B71 
N 

N C19 
E 

U W15 
R W63 
F C19 
F S76 
E 
F 

N C47 
F B71 
P 

F B71 
N 

U WIS 
P K30 
N 
N 



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CITY ROLLS OUT THE CARPET FOR BULL DURHAM; MOVIE HITS HOME FOR REAL... 

CITY ROLLS OUT THE CARPET FOR BULL DURHAM; BASEBALL COMEDY GETS GOOD... 

PREMIERE WAS NIGHT FOR BULL CITY 

BIKBE XX BEGINS; CAROLINA CLOSING 

PRIDE IN DURHAM SURGING AFTER MOVIE 

SHUTTING OUT THE PUBLIC 

PUBLIC CHEATED OUT OF CHANCE TO SEE MOVIE IN THEIR THEATER 

BUS BROWN; SINGER PERFORMS FRIDAY 'ON THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE' 

'ON THE STREET' CONCERT TO BENEFIT STREET PEOPLE 

'WOODSTOCK OF DURHAM' SINGS FOR OTHERS' SUPPER 

KITCHEN BENEFIT TONIGHT 

THEATER CROWD FILLS UP KITCHEN 

CONCERT BENEFITS CITY'S HOMELESS 

GROUP THAT RENTED THEATER HAD RIGHT TO OWN GUEST LIST 

A UDIEN CE BENEFITED, TOO 

LETTER WRITER OFF BASE 

ADF TURNS ITS SPOTLIGHT OX CHAPEL HILL 

DA RINGS DOWN CURTAIN AT CAROLINA IN FINE STYLE 

CAROLINA THEATER CLOSES SUNDAY 

FUTURE UNCLEAR AS CAROLINA ROLLS THE CREDITS 

FORGET THE HEAT— JUST DIG THAT BEAT 

SQUARES, CENTERS MULTIPLIED 

HAVE A SCOOP OF YARD? 

POPCORN TO GO 

CAROLINA THEATRE GETS U MILLION ENDOWMENT 

IT'S TIME TO CONSIDER ANOTHER BOND PROPOSAL 

ARTS CENTER TO BE NAMED FOR ROYALL 

BOND HEARING POSSIBLE FOR 'ALL THAT JAZZ' 

CITY COUNCIL SHOULDN'T CHANGE THEATER NAME 

THEATER, ARTS CENTER NAMES GIVEN APPROVAL 

COUNCIL BACKS ROYALL, FLETCHER HONORS 

ARTS COMPLEX, THEATER NAMES DUBIOUS CHOICES 

IS HISTORY UP FOR SALE? 

ARTS COUNCIL FORGETS OBLIGATION TO PUBLIC 

PUBLIC ROLE OMITTED IN CHANGING NAMES 

ARTS COUNCIL! NO 'FAST ONE' WAS PULLED ON PUBLIC 

KIOSK UNVEILED! IT HERALDS ROYALL CENTER FOR THE ARTS 

KERGER PANEL NEEDS MORE TIME AND MONEY 

NAME CHANGES SNEAKY 

LET PUBLIC HAVE A ROLE 

I THINK IT ALL STARTED WITH RENAMING THE CAROLINA THEATER. (CARTOON) 

*3 MILLION IN GIFTS ENHANCE ARTS CENTER 

ARTS COMPLEX NAME CHANGES IGNORED PROPER PROCEDURE 

COUNCIL DENIED PUBLIC ROLE IN NAMES 

DON'T CRITICIZE NAME CHANGES 

WRANGLING OVER NAMES IS WASTE OF TIME 

EMBARRASSING TO BENEFACTORS 

COUNCIL CONSIDERS POLICY TO TIGHTEN NAMING BUILDINGS 

COUNCIL COMMITTEE TO REVIEW PROPOSAL FOR NAMING BUILDINGS 

NEW POLICY WILL AVOID REPETITION OF FIASCO 

CAROLINA NAMED AFTER KING 

ARTS BUILDING A GEM FOR CITY 

PANEL HOLDS POLICY ON PROPERTY NAMES 

CAROLINA THEATER BALLROOM 

CONNIE MOSES' 'BALLROOM' A DOWNTOWN DURHAM SPUR 
CABARET COMES BACK BUT BALLROOM BAFFLES 
BALLROOM RENOVATORS, DON'T BASH WORK OF LOVE 

CAROLINA THEATRE (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

FILM IS NO 'TEMPTATION' FOR CHAPEL HILL PROTESTERS 

CAROLINA THEATRE (GREENSBORO, N. C.) 

NEVILLES, MILES DAVIS DUE FOR GREENSBORO JAZZFEST 

CAROLINA TIMES (NEWSPAPER) 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS i _pURHAM 
JOURNALISTS INDUCTED INTO HALL OF FAME 



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6/12/1988 

6/12/1988 

6/13/1988 

6/14/1988 

6/14/1988 

6/16/1988 

6/16/198S 

6/16/1988 

6/16/1988 

6/17/1988 

6/17/1988 

6/18/1988 

6/21/1988 

6/21/1938 

6/22/1988 

6/22/1988 

7/12/1988 

7/15/1988 

7/28/1988 

7/29/1988 

8/09/1988 

8/30/1988 

9/15/1988 B 

9/15/1988 D 

9/16/1988 

9/16/1988 

9/17/1988 

9/17/1988 

9/17/1988 

9/20/1988 

9/20/1988 

9/21/1988 

9/21/1988 

9/21/1988 

9/23/1988 

9/23/1988 

9/24/1988 

9/24/1988 

9/28/1988 

10/02/1988 

10/02/1988 

10/03/1988 

10/03/1988 

10/04/1988 

10/04/1988 

10/07/1988 

10/07/1988 

10/07/1988 

10/07/1988 

10/10/1988 

10/12/1988 

10/20/1988 

10/28/1988 



G59 



N C52 

N C19 

N B71 

U W66 

N A76 

L 

L 
P F 

N 
P F W66 

E 
P N D22 
P U W15 

L 

E 

L 

U W15 

R S66 

F 171 

F C19 

U W15 

E 

P M66 

P M66 

N C19 

E 

N C19 

N H70 

E 

N S51 

N H70 

E 

L 

E 

E 

N H70 

N C19 

E 

L 

E 

T 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

N S51 

N H70 

E 

L 

E 

N S51 



R56 



H 2 2/12/1988 D 13 P F W66 
H 2 2/19/1988 D 8 P R W66 
H 2 7/24/1988 D 5 II W09 



CHH 1 9/15/1988 A 



N Vll 



H 2 6/03/1988 D 3 P N 



H 2 4/11/1988 B 1 P N M25 



CAROLINA TRACE (SANFORD, N.C.) 






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HOLLERBACH WINS AWARD FOR DESIGN 

CAROLINA TRACE HAY HAVE 'OLDEST' VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT IN N.C. 

CAROLINA TRAILUAYS 

PLANS FOR BUS LINK BACK IN GEAR; GULLEY DUBIOUS 
OFFICIALS UNSURE OF NEED FOR MASS TRANSIT 
FEDERAL GRANT SPARKS REGIONAL BUS SERVICE ADS 

CAROLINA UNION'S PRODUCTIONS 

CAROLINA UNION'S PERFORMING ARTS BEGIN OCT. 13 WITH OHIO BALLET 
FIVE SHOWS CLOSE ARTS SERIES 

CAROLINA WELDING 

AMMONIA TANK SCARE EVACUATES APARTMENTS 

AMMONIA TANK FALLS OFF STOLEN TRUCK; 16 FAMILIES EVACUATED 

CAROLINA WREN PRESS 

WRITERS' GROUP SLATES FREE PUBLIC READING 

WRITERS FETED AT WEEKEND EVENTS 

NURSE'S NOVEL WINS BOOK AWARD 

DURHAM WRITER WINS PRIZE 

MUSLIMS RELIGIOUS, SOCIAL; DUKE'S C. ERIC LINCOLN PUTS CLASSIC... 

N.C. HAS GREAT WEALTH IN VARIETY OF BOOK PUBLISHERS 

CAROLINAS AMATEUR GOLF TOURNAfENT 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
HAGINNES, HOLLAND AMONG LEADERS 
PETERSON DEFENDS 

CAROLINAS CCm/TER AND BUSINESS EXPO 

COMPUTER, BUSINESS EXPO NEXT WEEK IN DURHAM 
LATEST IN COMPUTER WIZARDRY AT EXPO 

CAROLINAS CONSTRUCTION TRAINING COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 
COUNCIL HELPS YOUNG PEOPLE GET TRAINING IN CONSTRUCTION 

CAROLINAS GOLF ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
SEE ALSO N.C. JUNIOR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP 

FANFARE/CAROLINA'S GOLF 

STRANGE USING TUCSON AS NABISCO TUNE-UP 

CAROLINAS GOLF HALL OF FAME 

GOLFING GREAT GREW UP ON HILLANDALE COURSE 

CAROLINAS INVITATIONAL 
SEE ALSO OLYMPICS 
FANFARE/CHARLOTTE HOSTING TOP ATHLETES 
MICHAEL JORDAN JOINS ALL-STARS IN CHARLOTTE 
FANFARE/CUBAN CONFUSION 

CHARLOTTE TO GAIN MUCH FROM PRE-OLYHPIC GAMES 
SPORTS FESTIVAL EXPECTED TO MEAN MILLIONS FOR CITY 
CHARLOTTE OPENS ARENA WITH BIG EVENT 
OLYMPIANS FACE NBA ALL-STARS IN CHARLOTTE TONIGHT 
CHARLOTTE SHOWS OFF NEW COLISEUM 

$1.2 MILLION SCOREBOARD CRASHES TO FLOOR IN CHARLOTTE'S COLISEUM 
OLYMPIANS SLIP PAST NBA STARS; WOMEN TRIUMPH 
GRIFFIN, MCDONALD POWER U.S. WIN OVER CUBA 
OLYMPIANS TOP NBA ALL-STARS 
THOMPSON LEARNING ABOUT OLYMPIANS 
OPINIONS DIME A DOZEN ON U.S. OLYMPIC SQUAD 
NEW COLISEUM OPENS WITH TRIANGLE FLAVOR 
CHARLOTTE GOES BI6-TIME 

CAROLINAS OPEN GOLF TOURNEY 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
KALLAM DEFENDS TITLE IN CAROLINAS OPEN GOLF 
KALLAM'S BIRDIES CLINCH TITLE 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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CHH 1 6/15/1988 A 8 N 
S 2 7/02/1988 B 8 N 



8 2 7/27/1988 C 1 N W82 
S 2 8/12/1988 A 1 N WB2 
S 2 9/01/1988 A 1 N U82 



CHH 1 9/25/1988 A 
H 2 11/23/1988 C 



12 
7 



H 2 1/24/1988 B 1 N 
S 2 1/25/1988 A 6 N 



5/15/1988 E 
5/19/1988 D 
5/22/1988 B 
5/26/1988 D 
5/29/1988 E 
10/23/1988 E 



N 
N 
N 

N G59 
U H45 
U H45 



2 7/14/1988 D 
2 7/18/1988 B 



2 10/02/1988 B 7 N 
2 10/09/1988 B 9 P N C47 



H 2 6/16/1988 C 8 P N D22 



H 


2 


8/06/1988 D 


3 N 


H 


2 11/03/1988 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


7/08/1988 C 


1 P N P38 


H 


2 


7/11/1988 B 


3 N 


S 


2 


7/27/1988 D 


4 N 


H 


2 


8/10/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


8/10/1988 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


8/11/1988 B 


2 N 


H 


2 


8/11/1988 D 


1 N 


S 


2 


8/12/1988 D 


1 N F25 


S 


2 


8/12/1988 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


8/13/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


8/13/1988 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


8/14/1988 C 


9 N 


H 


2 


8/15/1988 B 


2 P N M14 


S 


2 


8/15/1988 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


8/18/1988 D 


1 U M14 


S 


2 


8/19/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


8/23/1988 B 


2 U F25 


H 


2 


8/18/1988 D 


2 N 


S 


2 


8/18/1988 C 


5 P N 



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CAROLINAS/VIRGINIA FASHION EXHIBITORS 
SEE ALSO FASHION 
BUSINESSMEN MAY NOT NEED CHARLOTTE MONEY 

CAROUSELS 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON CAROUSEL FESTIVAL 
LIFE'S A MERRY-GO-ROUND FOR COWS 
EQUINE ARTISTRY 

BRASS RINGS & WOODEN STEEDS? 'CAROUSEL ART' GETS A TURN... 
'CATCH A BRASS RING* AT DURHAM MUSEUM 
NEW EXHIBIT 
A CAROUSEL OSTRICH 
THAT CAROUSEL ART APPRECIATED 
A CARNIVAL ATMOSPHERE 

CAROUSEL CRAFT; PULLEN PARK ARTISANS KEEP NOT-QUITE-FOLKY ART ALIVE 
BURLINGTON CAROUSEL FESTIVAL TO FEATURE VARIED DISPLAYS 
CAROUSEL FESTIVAL MERRY TIME FOR KIDS 
CAROUSEL ANIMALS, KIMONOS WERE TOP EXHIBITIONS OF 1988 

CAROUINDS 

NEW TAX LAWS CREATIN6 ANXIETY AMONG TAXPAYERS 
CAROWINDS OFFERS FOOD, FUN, FANTASY 

CAROZONA BARBECUE 
SEE ALSO BARBECUE 
HOG DAYS CHAMPS SHUN THE SHOWY 

CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
COMMON NERVE PROBLEM HAS VARIETY OF TREATMENTS 

CARPENTER, N.C. 

•DOOMED TO PROGRESS'; CARPENTER MAKES THE BEST OF GROWTH 
CARPENTER RESIDENTS RALLY TO BATTLE DEVELOPMENT 
CARPENTER STORY FABULOUS 

CARPENTER FLETCHER ROAD 

BACKHOE BREAKS NATURAL GAS LINE IN SOUTH DURHAM 
Cm RECEIVES BIDS FOR NEW FIRE STATION 
SOUTHERN DURHAM FIRE STATION OK'D BY PANEL 

CARPENTERS (TRADE) 

CARPENTRY STUDENT IN CONTEST 

CARPETS 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE RUG SOCIETY 
EPA CAN'T HIDE PROBLEM 

SEMI-NUDE MAN ON BILLBOARD DRAWS COMPLAINTS 
CARPET-CLEANING FIRM INVESTIGATED 

CARPOCUNG 

SEE ALSO GASOLINE CONSERVATION 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY LANES 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE AREA RIDESHARING PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO VANPOOLS 

TRI-A-RIDE ADDS FOUR NEU COMMUTER VANS 

CAR POOL SERVICE IS AVAILABLE IN TRIANGLE 

POOLING, SAVING RESOURCES 

TRIANGLE'S RIDESHARE SERVICE RATED LOWEST AMONG 4 N.C. PROGRAMS 

CARR MILL FESTIVAL 

COME RAIN OR SHINE, CARRBORO CELEBRATES 

CARR MILL SHOPPING MALL 

OWNER SAYS DIALYSIS LEAKS HURT BUSINESS 
CARRBORO DEVELOPMENT LOAN GOES TO CARR MILL RESTAURANT 
BUSINESS BOOMS AT NATURAL FOOD MARKET IN CARR Mia 
NATURAL SELECTIONS OFFERS LIFE'S ODDITIES AND MUCH MORE 
CARR MILL LEAKS GONE; SHOPS REMAIN 



S 2 7/02/1988 A 8 N 



H 


2 


1/13/1988 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/04/1988 D 


1 P P 


H 


2 


3/04/1988 D 


12 P F WW 


S 


2 


3/10/1988 D 


7 P N 


S 


2 


3/11/1988 C 


1 P P S73 


H 


2 


3/11/1988 D 


16 P P 


H 


2 


3/18/1988 D 


8 P R G68 


S 


2 


4/13/1988 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 


6/24/1988 D 


7 P F W66 


H 


2 


8/20/1988 C 


1 N H60 


H 


2 


9/19/1988 C 


1 P N T33 


H 


2 12/30/1988 D 


5 P F G68 


H 


2 


2/14/1988 B 


11 U L41 


H 


2 


5/20/1988 D 


3 P F W29 



CHH 1 6/13/1988 A 3 P N R63 



CHH 1 7/08/1988 A 



7/31/1988 D 
9/11/1988 A 
9/20/1988 A 



P F P41 
M N K65 
L 



H 2 2/23/1988 B 3 N 
S 2 7/14/1988 A 1 M N H70 
H 2 7/15/1988 C 1 N 



H 1 3/09/1988 C 1 N 



S 2 5/26/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 8/18/1988 A 18 N 
H 2 12/29/1988 A 11 N 



H 2 3/18/1988 B 6 N R80 

S 2 6/25/1988 A 5 U H05 

H 2 7/01/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 11/30/1988 B 1 N K65 



CHH 1 9/19/1988 A 3 P N Vll 



H 3 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



3/04/1988 
7/13/1988 
7/18/1988 
7/25/1988 
9/01/1988 



N B81 
N Vll 
N Vll 
U L41 
N Vll 



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S U B J E 



JUGGLING JOBS 

COME RAIN OR SHINE, CARRBORO CELEBRATES 

CARRBORO, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FIRES, CARRBORO 
SEE ALSO HOLIDAYS. CARRBORO 

SERIOUS DAMAGE AVERTED IN 1,000-GALLON OIL LEAK 

GAMES FEATURED AT 4TH FEST 

JULY 4TH EVENT FEATURES KIDS' AREA 

FIREWORKS SET TO IGNITE ON JULY 4TH 

A CARRBORO FOURTH, COURTESY OF A MOONLIGHTER 

POP, BANG AND NO FIZZLE 

POP, BANG AND NO FIZZLE 

CARRBORO TO SUGGEST WATER PLAN CHANGES 

'TREE CITY' LIVES UP TO ITS NAME; CARRBORO TO GIVE AWAY PINE SEEDLINGS 

CARRBORO CALLS TODAY 'ROLLAND WRENN DAY' 

FELLED TREE BRINGS TRAIN OF ANGER IN CARRBORO 

TOWN 'DISAPPEARS' IN SOUTHERN ORANGE 

CARRBORO, N.C, ANNEXATION 
SEE ALSO ANNEXATION 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, ANNEXATION 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, ANNEXATION 
NORTHERN CHATHAM-CHAPEL HILL TURF BATTLE POSSIBLE 

CARRBORO, N.C, APARTMENTS 
SEE ALSO RAMSGATE APARTMENTS 
SANFORD AID'S HEARING SCHEDULED FOR TODAY 

CARRBORO, N.C, BICYCLE ROUTES 
SEE ALSO BICYCLE LANES 
CARRBORO EXPANDING NETWORK FOR BICYCLES 
♦62,000 FOR BIKE PATH APPROVED IN CARRBORO 
MAYOR SETS HER SIGHTS ON A NEW CARRBORO 
AREA HIGHWAY CONTRACTS APPROVED 
ALDERMEN TO CONSIDER BIKE PATH RIGHT-OF-WAY PROBLEMS 
CATCH-22 IN CARRBORO'S OLDEST NEIGHBORHOODS 

CARRBORO, N.C. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 
CARRBORO ADVISORY POSTS OPEN 

CARRBORO, N.C, BOND REFERENDUMS 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, ELECTIONS 

CARRBORO TASK FORCE LOOKS TO THE FUTURE 

CARRBORO TO MULL ROAD PROJECT CHANGES 

CARRBORO, N.C, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, BOND REFERENDUMS 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO REVOLVING LOAN PROGRAM 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN ARE TOLD TAX INCREASE MAY BE NEEDED IN '89-90 

ALDERMEN PAY EXTRA TO ATTORNEY 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN ASK COMMISSIONERS FOR MORE PARKS MONEY 

CARRBORO'S TAX RATE UNCHANGED IN BUDGET PLAN 

CARRBORO HOLDS FORUM ON BUDGET 

CARRBORO CONSIDERS CUTTING GENERAL FUND 

FIRE DEPT. BUDGET WOULD BE CUT MOST BY TRANSFER 

CARRBORO APPROVES M.7 MILLION BUDGET 

CARRBORO WANTS TO CHANGE BUDGETING PROCESS 

CARRBORO 'BUDGET PROBLEM' STOPS PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS 

CARRBORO, N.C, BUSES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BUSES 

TOWNS MAY TRY BUYING TROLLEYS, NOT LEASING THEM 

UNC SHUTTLE COULD GET FUNDS FROM BUSINESS 

RAMSGATE OFFERS $3,200 TO FUNDS FOR BUS SERVICE 

PLANTATION PLAZA TO UNC-CAMPUS BUS SERVICE SET 

ALL ABOARD 

RIDERS CATCHING ON TO UNC-DUKE BUS 



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9/19/1988 A 


1 P P T44 


CHH 1 


9/19/1988 A 


3 P N Vll 


H 2 


2/04/1988 A 


17 N 


CHH 1 


6/25/1988 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


6/26/1988 A 


7 N 


S 2 


6/30/1988 A 


6 P F S27 


CHH 1 


7/04/1988 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


7/05/1988 A 


3 P N Vll 


CHH 1 


7/05/1988 A 


3P P L38 


CHH 1 


8/23/1988 A 


3 N Vll 


CHH 1 


10/30/1988 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


12/03/1988 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


12/24/1988 A 


1 N Vll 


CHH 1 12/31/1988 A 


4 L 



CHH 1 8/27/1988 A 3 N M70 



CHH 1 10/12/1988 A 3 N H90 



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CHH 

CHH 



1/17/1988 A 
2/17/1988 B 
3/21/1983 A 
5/14/1988 C 
10/04/1988 A 
11/10/1988 A 



P N K65 
N M10 

P N U27 
N R53 
N Vll 

P N Vll 



CHH 1 8/18/1988 A 2 N 



CHH 1 9/08/1988 A 
CHH 1 11/22/1988 A 


3 

3 


N Vll 
N Vll 


H 2 
H 3 
H 2 
H 3 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 


2/08/1988 B 
3/16/1988 C 
4/20/1988 C 
5/18/1988 C 
6/14/1988 A 
6/16/1988 A 
6/21/1988 A 
6/23/1988 A 
7/01/1988 A 
11/17/1988 A 


1 N U27 
1 N W27 
9 N U27 

1 N K65 
3 N Vll 
3 P N Vll 
3 P N Vll 
3 N Vll 

2 N Vll 
2 N Vll 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 


6/07/1988 A 
6/28/1988 A 
7/02/1988 A 
7/22/1988 A 
9/01/1988 A 
9/03/1988 A 


3 N M70 
3 N Vll 
3 N 
3 N Vll 
8 P P L38 
3 N S12 



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CARRBORO, N.C., BUSINESSES 

CARRBORO DEVELOPMENT LOAN GOES TO CARR MILL RESTAURANT 

BUSINESS BOOKS AT NATURAL FOOD MARKET IN CARR MILL 

NATURAL SELECTIONS OFFERS LIFE'S ODDITIES AND MUCH MORE 

HEAT IS ON AS TBfERATURES NEAR 100-MARK 

CARR MILL LEAKS GONE; SHOPS REMAIN 

IN A CARRBORO T-SHIRT SHOP, IT'S REALLY TRUE! ELVIS LIVES! 

SOME COMMONS CHECKS TO CASH; CARRBORO PICKS UP $850 FOR TOWN COMMONS. 

CARRBORO DENIES CIRCLE K CHARGES 

ALDERMEN MAY LOAN MUFFIN SHOP *20,000 

CARRBORO, N.C., CEMETERIES 
SEE ALSO CEMETERIES, N.C. 
CEMETERY LAND PROPOSED FOR CARRBORO POST OFFICE 
CEMETERY LAND MAY BE SOLD FOR POST OFFICE 
TOWN BOARD TO DECIDE ON UESTWOOD SALE 
CARRBORO OFFERING LAND TO POST OFFICE 

CARRBORO, N.C, CHRISTMAS 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, N.C. 
CARRBORO CLEARS CHRISTMAS LIGHTS WITH LOCAL ACLU 
ADDRESS 'REAL' ISSUES OF CHURCH AND STATE 

CARRBORO, N.C, CITY EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, EMPLOYEES 
EMPLOYEES MAY SAVE MONEY THROUGH DOCTOR,- DAYCARE BILLS 

CARRBORO, N.C, COMMUNITY CENTER (PROPOSED) 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO RECREATION DEPT. 
CARRBORO PUSHING FOR COMMUNITY CENTER 
BOARD MADE WISE CHOICE ON COMMITTEE 
CARRBORO TASK FORCE TO DETERMINE PRIORITIES FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 

CARRBORO, N.C, DOG CONTROL 

SEE ALSO DOG CONTROL (INCLUDES CATS AND OTHER ANIMALS) 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN BACK ZONING PLAN FOR FEWEST HOMES 

CARRBORO, N.C. DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

GROUP BRAINSTORMS IDEAS FOR THRIVING DOWNTOWNS 

DOWNTOWNS GET $65,000 BOOST 

THE DOWNTOWN COMMISSION: WHAT'S IN IT FOR ME? 

AFF E CTED RESIDENTS TO GET INFORMATION ON HISTORIC DISTRICT 

CARRBORO, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, BOND REFERENDUMS 
CARRBORO ISSUES FORGOTTEN 
ONE-STOP ABSENTEE VOTING SET IN CARRBORO 

CARRBORO, N.C, FESTIVALS 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
JUGGLING JOBS 
COME RAIN OR SHINE, CARRBORO CELEBRATES 

CARRBORO, N.C, GARBAGE COLLECTION 
RECYCLING PROGRAM EXPANDS 
RECYCLING PROGRAM TO BEGIN THIS WEEK 
CARRBORO 'BUDGET PROBLEM' STOPS PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS 

CARRBORO, N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS TASK FORCE 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN ARE TOLD TAX INCREASE MAY BE NEEDED IN '89-90 
CARRBORO DOWNZONES 460 ACRES OF RURAL LAND 

CARRBORO TASK FORCE TO DETERMINE PRIORITIES FOR CAPITAL IMF-ROVEMENTS 
CARRBORO TASK FORCE LOOKS TO THE FUTURE 

CARRBORO, N.C, HISTORIC DISTRICT 

HISTORIC DISTRICT MAY GET SOME 'MUSCLE' 

AFFECTED RESIDENTS TO GET INFORMATION ON HISTORIC DISTRICT 



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CHH 1 


7/13/1988 A 


1 N Vll 


CHH 1 


7/18/1988 A 


3 P N Vll 


CHH 1 


7/25/1988 A 


3 U L41 


CHH 1 


8/18/1988 A 


1 P N B21 


CHH 1 


9/01/1988 A 


1 P N Vll 


CHH 1 


10/20/1988 A 


3 U L41 


CHH 1 


10/23/1988 A 


3 P H M20 


CHH 1 


11/01/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/01/1988 A 


3 N Vll 



H 3 4/28/1988 B 1 M N W27 

CHH 1 12/08/1988 A 3 P N Vll 

CHH 1 12/13/1988 A 3 N Vll 

CHH 1 12/15/1988 A 3 N Vll 



CHH 1 11/25/1988 A 1 
CHH 1 12/02/1988 A 4 



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L 



CHH 1 9/16/1988 A 3 P N Vll 



H 3 1/13/1988 B 1 N K65 
CHH 1 7/22/1988 A 4 E 
CHH 1 8/13/1988 A 3 P N Vll 



H 3 3/02/1988 B 1 N L90 



H 3 5/05/1988 B 1 P N W27 

CHH 1 9/28/1988 A 3 N M70 

CHH 1 10/27/1988 A 5 P U 

CHH 1 12/08/1988 A 3 N Vll 



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H 2 4/21/1988 D 12 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



9/19/1988 A 1 P P T44 
9/19/1988 A 3 P N Vll 



CHH 1 9/01/1988 A 3 N Vll 
CHH 1 11/06/1988 A 3 N 
CHH 1 11/17/1988 A 2 N Vll 



H 2 2/08/1988 B 1 N W27 

H 3 4/14/1988 B 1 P N BIO 

CHH 1 8/13/1988 A 3 P N Vll 

CHH 1 9/08/1988 A 3 N Vll 



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1 12/08/1988 A 



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N Vll 



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CARRBORO, N.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
ALDERMEN DISCUSS REZONING FAILED 'MINI-RTP' 

CARRBORO, N.C., LAND USE 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., TOWN COMMONS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., LAND USE 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN DENY PERMIT FOR BERRYHILL 
CARRBORO PUSHING FOR COMMUNITY CENTER 
TOWNS TO PROPOSE ZONING FOR GROWTH IN OUTLYING LAND 
CARRBORO TIGHTENS RURAL ZONING LAW 
CEMETERY LAND PROPOSED FOR CARRBORO POST OFFICE 
CARRBORO SETS MORATORIUM ON WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT 
CARRBORO SEEKS LAW ON VIOLATIONS OF LAND USE 
CALVANDER RESIDENTS OPPOSE CARRBORO'S WORD ON LAND USE 
CARRBORO LAND-USE DECISION DUE 
CARRBORO BOARD APPROVES CHANGES TO LAND-USE PLAN 
AFTER HESITATION, CARRBORO BOARD APPROVES JOINT PLANNING AGREEMENT 
ALDERMEN PURSUE IMPACT ORDINANCE 
MAYOR SAYS COMMONS WON'T COST TOWN 
CARRBORO POSTPONES LAND-USE CHANGES 

CARRBORO, N.C., LANDSCAPING AND GROUNDS DIVISION 
SEE ALSO LANDSCAPING 
CARRBORO TO CONSIDER LANDSCAPING 
A WEEK OF BEAUTY IN CARRBORO 

CARRBORO, N.C, LIBRARY 
SEE ALSO LIBRARIES, N.C. 
CARRBORO TO CONSIDER NEIGHBORHOOD LIBRARY 
ALDERMEN AGREE TO STUDY IDEA OF TOWN LIBRARY 
BOARD MADE WISE CHOICE ON COMMITTEE 
CARRBORO TASK FORCE TO DETERMINE PRIORITIES FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 

CARRBORO, N.C, MAYOR'S OFFICE 

MAYOR SETS HER SIGHTS ON A NEW CARRBORO 

ORANGE COUNTY'S MAYORS - 1988 IN RETROSPECT KINNAIRD FINDS SLOW... 

CARRBORO, N.C, ORDINANCES 
POLICE SEEK LEASH LAW 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN BACK ZONING PLAN FOR FEWEST HOMES 
CARRBORO TIGHTENS RURAL ZONING LAW 
CARRBORO SETS MORATORIUM ON WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT 
CARRBORO SEEKS LAW ON VIOLATIONS OF LAND USE 
ALDERMEN PURSUE IMPACT ORDINANCE 
ALDERMEN WANT CONTROL OF HOUSE MOVING 
CARRBORO SET TO MULL RENOVATION GUIDELINES 
CARRBORO POSTPONES LAND-USE CHANGES 
HISTORIC DISTRICT MAY GET SOME 'MUSCLE' 
AFFECTED RESIDENTS TO GET INFORMATION ON HISTORIC DISTRICT 

CARRBORO, N.C, PARKS 

SEE ALSO PARKS, ORANGE COUNTY 
CARRBORO EX-KITE-MENT 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN ASK COMMISSIONERS FOR MORE PARKS MONEY 
PARKS IN CARRBORO PROVIDE NUMEROUS RECREATION OUTLETS 

CARRBORO, N.C, POPULATION 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN SESSIONS LAST AND LAST 



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CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



1/06/1988 B 
1/13/1988 B 
2/27/1988 C 
4/06/1988 C 
4/28/1988 B 
5/04/1988 C 
5/26/1988 B 
7/01/1988 A 
7/12/1988 A 
7/13/1988 B 
7/14/1988 A 
7/21/1988 A 
9/22/1988 A 
11/17/1988 A 



CHH 1 9/13/1988 A 
CHH 1 11/14/1988 A 



CHH 1 7/19/1988 A 

CHH 1 7/20/1988 A 

CHH 1 7/22/1988 A 

CHH 1 8/13/1988 A 



H 2 3/21/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/18/1988 A 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/10/1988 B 
3/02/1988 B 
4/06/1988 C 
5/04/1988 C 
5/26/1988 B 
7/21/1988 A 
9/08/1988 
11/15/1988 
11/17/1988 
12/06/1988 
12/08/1988 



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H 2 4/20/1988 C 
CHH 1 9/24/1988 A 



1 N K65 
1 N K65 
1 M N M10 



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N U27 
N U27 
N 080 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 



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1 P N L90 



3 N Vll 
1 N Vll 

4 E 

3 P N Vll 



1 P N W27 
1 P N Vll 



N 080 
N L90 
N W27 
N W27 
N 080 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 



1 P P C45 
9 N W27 
6 P U L38 



CHH 1 7/26/1988 A 1 P N Vll 



CARRBORO, N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C TAXES 
CARRBORO'S TAX RATE UNCHANGED IN BUDGET PLAN H 3 5/18/1988 C 1 N K65 

AREA OFFICIALS CONSIDER TAX ON ALL NEW DEVELOPMENT CHH 1 10/18/1988 A 1 N M70 

ALDERMEN MAY CHANGE LOAN TERMS; CARRBORO RESTAURANT ASKS FOR LIEN CHANGE CHH 1 10/18/1988 A 3 N Vll 



CARRBORO, N.C, RESTAURANTS 
SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, OR) 



ORANGE COUNTY 



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CARRBORO DEVELOPMENT LOAN GOES TO CARR MILL RESTAURANT CHH 1 7/13/1988 A 

SPRING GARDEN: SANDWICHES, SALADS & SUDS H 2 8/05/1988 D 

CONCEPT HIGH BUT KINKS REMAIN AT AURORA H 2 9/23/1988 D 

ALDERMEN MAY CHANGE LOAN TERMS; CARRBORO RESTAURANT ASKS FOR LIEN CHANGE CHH 1 10/18/1988 A 

EXPRESS KEEPS ROMANTIC FLAVOR H 2 10/28/1988 D 

CARRBORO, N.C., SEVER LINES 

SEE CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO, SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS 

SEE ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 

SEE WATER AND SEWER LINES, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 

CARRBORO, N.C., SISTER CITIES 
SEE ALSO SISTER CITIES PROGRAM 
SEARCH IS ON FOR SOVIET SISTER TO CHAPEL HILL 



1 N Vll 

15 P R D77 

22 P R D77 

3 N Vll 

24 P R D77 



CHH 1 9/05/1988 A 1 P N S12 



CARRBORO, N.C., STREETS 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD 

CARRBORO EXPANDING NETWORK FOR BICYCLES 

RURAL ROUTE CHANGE PLAN SPARKS DISAGREEMENT (CORRECTED 8-30-88) 

'WOLF-CAT' 

WEAVER ST, REPAIR STILL 9 DAYS OFF 

ALDERMEN TO CONSIDER BIKE PATH RIGHT-OF-WAY PROBLEMS 

BAD WEATHER, DELAYS GIVE WEAVER STREET ANOTHER DETOUR 

STREET SECTION CLOSED SUNDAY 

CARRBORO RESIDENTS BALK AT TOWN PAVING CHOICE 

PLANS FOR TREE-LINO ROADS WORRY CARRBORO RESIDENTS 

ROAD STUDY 'FORGETS' CARRBORO 

CATCH-22 IN CARRBORO'S OLDEST NEIGHBORHOODS 

CARRBORO TO MULL ROAD PROJECT CHANGES 

RESIDENT MAY SUE CARRBORO TO PROTECT YARD, TREES 

ONE-WAY STREETS ON CARRBORO AGENDA AGAIN 

DOT TO 'SCALE DOWN' CARRBORO STREET PLANS 

REACTION COMES AND GOES ON ONE-WAY STREET PLAN 

CARRBORO, N.C., TAX RATE 

CARRBORO'S TAX RATE UNCHANGED IN BUDGET PLAN 

CARRBORO, N.C., TAXES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., PROPERTY TAXES 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN ARE TOLD TAX INCREASE MAY BE NEEDED IN '89-90 
GROUP MULLS WAYS TO TAX DEVELOPMENT 
OFFICIALS CONSIDER NEW DOWNTOWN TAX 

CARRBORO, N.C., TOWN COMMONS 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., LAND USE 
CARRBORO MOVES TOWARD FUNDING 'TOWN COMMONS' 

MAYOR SAYS COMMONS WON'T COST TOWN „^,^ 

SOME COMMONS CHECKS TO CASH; CARRBORO PICKS UP $850 FOR TOWN COMMONS... 

CARRBORO, N.C., TRAFFIC 

DOT CRITICIZES CARRBORO TRAFFIC FLOW PLAN, TOWN OFFICIALS NOT LOSING... 
IS ONE-WAY THE ONLY WAY? 

CARRBORO, N.C., WATER RATES 

SEE ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 

SEE WATER AND SEWER RATES, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 



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11/04/1988 
11/10/1988 
11/22/1988 
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N L90 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 



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H 2 2/08/1988 B 
H 3 4/27/1988 C 
CHH 1 9/01/1988 A 



CHH 1 7/29/1988 A 
CHH 1 9/22/1988 A 
CHH 1 10/23/1988 A 



CHH 1 12/20/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/20/1983 A 



1 N W27 
1 N M10 
3 N M70 



3 N Vll 
3 P N Vll 
3 P N M20 



1 N Vll 



CARRBORO, N.C., ZONING 

AMBERLY OPPONENTS WAIVE APPEAL OF DECISION 

TOWNS TO PROPOSE ZONING FOR GROWTH IN OUTLYING LAND 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN BACK ZONING PLAN FOR FEWEST HOMES 

GOOD FOR CARRBORO 

CARRBORO TIGHTENS RURAL ZONING LAW 

CARRBORO DOWNZONES «60 ACRES OF RURAL LAND 

AFTER HESITATION. CARRBORO BOARD APPROVES JOINT PLANNING AGREEMENT 

CIRCLE K DEVELOPERS SUE; CITE 'IMPERMISSIBLE HEARSAY* 

ALDERMEN DISCUSS REZONING FAILED 'MINI-RTP' 

CARRBORO DENIES CIRCLE K CHARGES 



H 2 


1/05/1988 C 


5 N W27 


H 3 


2/27/1988 C 


1 M N M10 


H 3 


3/02/1988 B 


1 N L90 


H 2 


3/07/1988 A 


5 L 


H 3 


4/06/1988 C 


1 N W27 


H 3 


4/14/1988 B 


1 P N BIO 


CHH 1 


7/14/1988 A 


2 N Vll 


CHH 1 


8/27/1988 A 


1 N Vll 


CHH 1 


9/09/1988 A 


1 N Vll 


CHH 1 


11/01/1988 A 


3 N 



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SEE ALSO ACTORS' CO-OP 
SEE ALSO ARTSCENTER LIVE! 
SEE ALSO MONDAY NIGHT LIVE 

ARTS ORGANIZATIONS MERGING IN CARRBORO 

ARTICLES... 

CANADIANS PLAY 'CROOKED IRISH' IN CARRBORO 

'RAPTURE' HAS UNITY.'CELEBRATION' TOO MUCH 

ACTORS' CO-OP ONE-ACTS FALL SHORT 

COMIC COMES BACK TO SCENE OF HER START 

RICHIE HAVENS: SINGER, ACTIVIST, PERFORMS HERE 

ANDERSEN SINGS FOLKY SPELL 

PATRICK STREET PLAYS IRISH WITH AMERICAN ACCENT 

CURTAINS UP ON CABARETS, 'ORGASMO' 

THE INDIGO GIRLS FROM ATLANTA 

'ORGASMO ADULTO' ESCAPEES PROVOCATIVE, ZANY 

'DOBBLEGLINK' 

ALLISON HEARTINGER IN 'DOBBLEGLINK' 

BIG LITTLE ENTERTAINMENT 

'THINKING REED' AN OTHERWORLD FROM DOWN EAST 

ARTSCENTER DIRECTOR QUITS IN HAKE OF TASK FORCE 

ARTSCENTER DIRECTOR? BOARD LOST CONFIDENCE 

•LAST YIDDISH POET' PERFORMED 

ARTSCENTER'S EX-DIRECTOR ASKED TO REMAIN AS ARTISTIC CONSULTANT 

NEW PLAYS RISING SHOWS COMPLETE 'THE FULL GAMUT' 

NEW PLAYS SHOW PROMISE 

LENGTH, GRAVITY, SCRIPTS TROUBLE NEW PLAYS RISING 

ARTSCENTER TO_UNVEIL SCULPTURE TODAY 

MENACHE EXPECTED TO REJOIN ARTSCENTER 

THE SPIRIT RISES 

BOB GASTON GOES TO NEW HEIGHTS FOR 'SPIRIT RAISING' AT THE ARTSCENTER 

ARTSCENTER PROBE FINDS SLOPPY RECORDS, BAD ADVICE 

ARTISTS TRY CHANGING OUR WAY OF SEEING 

GOOD WOODj A LOOK AT ACOUSTIC MUSIC CLUBS IN DURHAM & CHAPEL HILL 

ARTSCENTER ACTORS HOPE TO HEAL AS WELL AS ENTERTAIN 

•LIVE' OPENING DELAYED 

ARTSCENTER OFFICIALS SAY THEY'LL GO BUST WITHOUT CONTRIBUTIONS 

JAZZ TONIGHT 

ARTSCENTER GOING TO 'MAKE IT,' SAYS BOARD PRESIDENT 

CARRBORO CONSIDERS CUTTING GENERAL FUND 

SHEETROCKERS GUEST FOR MONDAY NIGHT OPENER 

ARTSCENTER GRANT HOPED TO BECOME SEED FOR OTHERS 

MENACHE HAS DEVOTEES AND 'ENEMIES' 

ARTSCENTER AGREEMENT CLOSE, DIRECTORS SAY 

ARTSCENTER NEAR SPACE AGREEMENT WITH MAIN STREET 

ARTSCENTER NAMES INTERIM DIRECTOR 

ARTSCENTER APPOINTS NEW INTERIM DIRECTOR 

POLITICAL SONGSTER BILLY TO PERFORM TODAY AT ARTSCENTER 

PATRIOTIC BUBBLES 

ARTSCENTER REACHES GOAL FOR FUND RAISING IN JUNE 

FINANCIAL WOES DELAY CHANGES ON ARTSCENTER BOARD 

BENEFI TS PLANNED 

JEFFERSON RECONSIDERED IN 'SATURDAY'S CHILDREN' 

ARTSCENTER SEEKS PUBLIC ASSISTANCE IN SEARCH 

ARTSCENTER DIRECTOR LAUDS PROPERTY AGREEMENT 

PARTNERS AMONG LIST FOR ARTSCENTER BOARD 

BIZARRE BAZAAR 

MAIN STREET PARTNER NOMINATED FOR ARTSCENTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS SPOT 

GLAXO PLEDGES CHALLENGE GRANT TO ASSIST ARTSCENTER 

TANNAHILL WEAVERS TO PLAY SATURDAY 

'TALKING SHOW' BY TRANSACTORS OVERSTAYS GAG 

EVE SINGS SWING; VOCALIST HOPES FIRST ALBUM WILL OPEN NEW DOORS 

ARTSCENTER PLANS TO BUY ITS SPACE FROM MAIN STREET 

ARLO GUTHRIE TOURING BACK TO BEGINNINGS THURSDAY IN CARRBORO 

CHORNEAU— 'BUTTERFLY' IMAGES AHARONI— FIBER THE MESSAGE 

GUTHRIE'S CONCERT A TREAT FOR FANS 

NEW DIRECTOR OF ARTSCENTER GETS APPROVAL 

ARTIE SHAW ORCHESTRA TO PERFORM AT BENEFIT BALL 

ALDERMEN RELEASE FUNDS FOR ARTSCENTER 

CULTURAL GROUPS OFFER CHANCE TO START FALL WITH CLASS 

OFFICIALS: UNC THEATER WOULDN'T HURT ARTSCENTER 



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1/01/1988 C 

1/07/1988 D 

1/22/1988 D 

1/22/1988 D 

2/14/1988 B 

3/04/1988 D 

3/10/1988 

3/15/1988 

3/18/1988 

3/18/1988 

3/18/1988 

3/24/1988 

3/24/1988 

3/25/1988 

4/01/1988 

4/08/1988 

4/13/1988 

4/14/1988 B 

4/14/1988 D 

4/22/1988 C 

4/22/1988 D 

4/28/1988 D 

4/29/1988 D 

5/06/1988 C 

5/07/1988 

5/07/1988 

5/12/1988 

5/14/1988 

5/20/1988 

5/20/1988 

6/01/1988 B 

6/02/1988 D 

6/11/1988 

6/12/1988 

6/16/1988 

6/16/1988 

6/17/1988 

6/20/1988 

6/21/1988 

6/24/1988 

6/29/1988 

6/30/1988 

7/01/1988 

7/04/1988 

7/05/1988 

7/06/1988 

7/08/1988 

7/21/1988 

7/22/1988 

7/24/1988 

7/27/1988 

7/29/1988 

7/31/1988 

8/03/1988 

8/08/1988 

8/09/1988 

8/12/1988 

8/26/1988 

8/28/1988 

9/02/1988 

9/09/1988 

9/10/1988 

9/13/1988 

9/18/1988 

9/21/1988 

9/22/1988 

9/30/1988 



N 080 

N G59 



1466 
G68 
L59 
W66 
B71 
L37 
L37 
U U66 
P 

R W63 
P 
P 

P C45 
R G68 
N L90 
N L90 
N 

N BIO 
F U66 
R W63 
R P10 
N 080 
N 080 
P L38 
P L38 
N M10 
R G68 
F S69 
N K65 
N 

N Vll 
P 

N Vll 
N Vll 
F W66 
N B81 
N Vll 
N VU 
N Vll 
N B81 
N Vll 
N 

P L38 
N Vll 
N Vll 
I 

F W66 
N 

N M25 
N Vll 
P T44 
N Vll 
N M70 
U L37 
R C19 
F P10 
N Vll 
F W66 
R G68 
R M60 
N Vll 
U 

N Vll 
I 
N Vll 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJE 



benefit bali for artscenter earns strong review 

nicolette larson sings country, pop tonight at artscenter, carrboro 

romweber, duo jets clearing for takeoff 

sweepstakes law stifles free speech 

raffle promotion disallow) 

trip to 'down under' is first prize offered 

•mr. klyde' goes on the road for artscenter 

humble beginnings; artscenter, nee art school, just sort of happened 

jazz drummer jim brock 

rare tour brings wailers to carrboro 

'talking with...' features 11 female characters and one snake 

quality emerges in 'realism' 

jamaica's reggae wailers, playing tuesday at t>€ artscenter 

standards chart rising star 

'talking' turns into a chill in carrboro 

characters bewitching in 'talking' 

artscenter seeks commercial extras 

singer keane finds strength in the aulu sod 

artscenter soedules songwriter's weekend 

acoustic tour zevon's high-tech relief 

blackwell: blueprint of rock 

folky billing gives way for rocking zevon hits 

delores keane band a fine blend 

artscenter signs 2-year buyout option 

artscenter officials hope building deal 'clears the air' 

rick danko loosens up at artscenter concert 

stanley jordan: more than a magic touch 

carrboro artscenter, budget 

artscenter returns for $15,000 
aldermen release funds for artscenter 

carrboro artscenter, director 

main street partner nominated for artscenter board of directors spot 

artscenter begins interviewing would-be permanent directors 

new director of artscenter gets approval 

bowie wants more involvement for artscenter 

artscenter names director 

artscenter's new man; aubrey bowie looks outside for growth... 

a new man at artscenter 

carrboro baptist church 

street section closed sunday 

carrboro board of aldermen 
see also intergovernmental work group 
carrboro aldermen deny permit for berryhill 
carrboro aldermen are told tax increase may be needed in '89-90 
carrboro aldermen load mtfwger's plate with ideas 
carrboro oks joint task forces with chapel hill, county 
police seek leash law 

$42,000 for bike path approved in carrboro 
towns to propose zoning for growth in outlying land 
carrboro aldermen back zoning plan for fewest homes 
good for carrboro 

carrboro ok's updated list on road priorities 
carrboro issues forgotten 
carrboro tightens rural zoning law 
carrboro dounzones 460 acres of rural land 
orange planning fcaring canceled 
chatham, owasa plan may affect orange policy 
water pact supported 

carrboro aldermen ask commissioners for more parks money 
group hulls ways to tax development 
cemetery land proposed for carrboro post office 
attorney's fees questioned 
carrboro sets moratorium on watersttd development 
orange-chatham talks on utility agreement expected within weeks 
orange county group decides water issue tops at first session 
carrboro's tax rate unchanged in budget plan 



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10 U 


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2 10/06/1988 D 


2 P P 


H 


2 10/07/1988 D 


4 P F M60 


CHH 


1 10/07/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 10/10/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 10/13/1988 D 


8 N 


CHH 1 10/14/1988 A 


3 P N S17 


H 


2 10/21/1988 D 


12 P F W66 


H 


2 10/21/1988 D 


19 P P 


H 


2 10/25/1988 C 


8 F L37 


S 


2 10/27/1988 D 


7 P P 


H 


2 10/28/1988 D 


7 P R G68 


H 


2 10/28/1988 D 


23 P P 


H 


2 11/01/1988 A 


17 P R S66 


H 


2 11/01/1988 A 


17 R M31 


S 


2 11/03/1988 D 


3 R R90 


CW 1 11/09/1988 A 


12 N 


H 


2 12/02/1988 D 


9 P F W66 


H 


2 12/02/1988 D 


10 P N 


H 


2 12/06/1988 C 


9 P F H90 


H 


2 12/09/1988 D 


8 R L37 


H 


2 12/09/1988 D 


9 P R H90 


H 


2 12/10/1988 C 


6 R 


CHH 1 12/13/1988 A 


2 N Vll 


S 


2 12/13/1988 C 


1 N B71 


H 


2 12/16/1988 D 


9 P R L37 


H 


2 12/17/1988 C 


3 R S66 


CHH 1 9/20/1988 A 


3 N Vll 


CHH 1 9/21/1988 A 


1 N Vll 


CHH 1 8/03/1988 A 


3 P N Vll 


CHH 


1 8/05/1988 A 


3 N Vll 


0* 


1 9/13/1988 A 


1 P N Vll 


Di 


1 9/14/1988 A 


5 P N Vll 


S 


2 9/14/1988 A 


1 P N B71 


H 


2 10/21/1988 D 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 10/21/1988 D 


12 P F W66 



Ofl 1 10/07/1988 A 3 N 



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3 


1/06/1988 B 1 


N K65 


H 


2 


2/08/1988 B : 


N W27 


H 


3 


2/09/1988 B 


N W27 


H 


3 


2/10/1988 B 1 


N W27 


H 


3 


2/10/1988 B 1 


N 080 


H 


3 


2/17/1988 B 1 


N M10 


H 


3 


2/27/1988 C 3 


M N M10 


H 


3 


3/02/1988 B 1 


N L90 


H 


2 


3/07/1988 A I 


! L 


H 


3 


3/23/1988 B 


N W27 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 A ' 


\ L 


H 


3 


4/06/1988 C 


N W27 


H 


3 


4/14/1988 B 


P N BIO 


H 


2 


4/14/1988 B ; 


S N 


S 


2 


4/19/1988 A ( 


1 P N 


H 


3 


4/20/1988 C 


N W27 


H 


2 


4/20/1988 C < 


* N W27 


H 


3 


4/27/1988 C 1 


N M10 


H 


3 


4/28/1988 B 


M N W27 


H 


2 


4/29/1988 A ' 


1 L 


H 


3 


5/04/1988 C 


N W27 


H 


2 


5/11/1988 B < 


> N M70 


H 


2 


5/16/1988 C : 


! N W27 


H 


3 


5/18/1988 C 


I N K65 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



rising insurance costs fail to fizzle fun of july 4th festivities 

dump fee increase of 250 percent ok'd by carrboro 

carrboro seeks law on violations of land use 

landfills: a glooh-and-dooh story 

towns nay try buying trolleys, not leasing them 

aldermen still cool to water pact 

mnjal fireworks show fizzles 

carrboro holds forum on budget 

overheard 

unc shuttle could get funds from business 

carrboro land-use decision due 

carrboro board approves changes to land-use plan 

carrboro development loan goes to carr mill restaurant 

after hesitation, carrboro board approves joint planning agreement 

carrboro retains brough 

carrboro to consider neighborhood library 

aldermen agree to study idea of town library 

aldermen pursue impact ordinance 

carrboro board of aldermen sessions last and last 

carrboro task force to determine priorities for capital improvements 

chatham-orange mutual review plan proposed 

carrboro to suggest water plan changes 

carrboro aldermen want more specific county water policy 

circle k developers sue; cite 'impermissible hearsay' 

officials consider new downtown tax 

orange county elected officials rebuke kkk just prior to march 

aldermen want control of house moving 

carrboro task force looks to the future 

aldermen discuss rezoning failed 'mini-rtp' 

carrboro to consider landscaping 

artscenter returns for $15,000 

orange officials asked to study open space plan 

owasa passes 5-year water sale to chatham 

board bristles at perceived meddling 

town to bill house movers for police time 

owasa, local governments seek proper power division 

area officials consider tax on all new development 

aldermen may change loan terms; carrboro restaurant asks for lien change 

chapel hill eatery gets loan from carrboro 

carrboro denies circle k charges 

aldermen may loan muffin shop $20,000 

catch-22 in carrboro's oldest neighborhoods 

a week of beauty in carrboro 

owasa work group meets, eyes job security of directors 

carrboro to mull road project changes 

resident may sue carrboro to protect yard, trees 

orange county officials form liaison council 

mayor's thanks to recyclers 

historic district may get some 'muscle' 

localities discuss owasa's role 

town board to decide on westwood sale 

dot to 'scale down' carrboro street plans 

is one-way the only way? 

tread lightly in watershed 

carrboro board to reconsider amberly permit 

carrboro board of aldermen, budget 

carrboro considers cutting general fund 
fire dept. budget would be cut most by transfer 
carrboro approves *4.7 million budget 
carrboro wants to change budgeting process 

carrboro board of aldermen, meeting time 

carrboro board of aldermen sessions last and last 

carrboro board of aldermen, retreats 

carrboro aldermen load manager's plate with ideas 

carrboro capital improvements task force 
see also carrboro, n.c., growth development 



CHH 1 



H 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
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1 
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CHH 1 



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CHH 1 



CHH 
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CHH 1 
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-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



5/20/1988 C 
5/25/1988 B 
5/26/1988 B 
6/07/1988 A 
6/07/1988 A 
6/08/1988 B 
6/11/1988 A 
6/14/1988 A 
6/18/1988 A 
6/28/1988 A 
7/12/1988 A 
7/13/1988 B 
7/13/1988 A 
7/14/1988 
7/14/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/20/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/26/1988 
8/13/1988 
8/19/1988 
8/23/1988 
8/24/1988 B 
8/27/1988 A 
9/01/1988 
9/04/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/09/1988 
9/13/1988 
9/20/1988 
9/29/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/05/1988 
10/15/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/19/1988 
11/01/1988 
11/01/1988 
11/10/1988 
11/14/1988 
11/22/1988 
11/22/1988 
11/24/1988 
11/26/1988 
12/05/1988 
12/06/1988 
12/10/1988 
12/13/1988 
12/15/1988 
12/20/1988 
12/22/1988 
12/31/1988 



CHH 1 6/16/1988 A 

CHH 1 6/21/1988 A 

CHH 1 6/23/1988 A 

CHH 1 7/01/1988 A 



CHH 1 7/26/1988 A 



H 3 2/09/1988 B 



N K65 
N W27 
N 080 
L 

N M70 
N 080 
N S12 
N VI 1 
F 

N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N M70 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N M70 
N M70 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N M70 
N S17 
N S17 
N Vll 
N L90 
N M70 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N 

N Vll 
N Vll 
N L90 
N L90 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N M70 
L 

N Vll 
N L90 
N Vll 
N Vll 
E 
E 
N Vll 



3 P N Vll 
3 P N Vll 
3 N Vll 
2 N Vll 



1 P N Vll 
1 N U27 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



SUBJE 



CARRBORO TASK FORCE LOOKS TO THE FUTURE 

CARRBORO COMMONS 

SEE CARRBORO, N.C., TOWN COMMONS 
SOME COMMONS CHECKS TO CASH; CARRBORO PICKS UP $850 FOR TOWN COMMONS... 

CARRBORO COMMUNITY PARK 
SEE CARRBORO, N.C., PARKS 

CARRBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD TRIMS OPTIONS ON OVERCROWDING 

6TH-GRADE STUDENTS MOVING) OPPONENTS APPEAR RESIGNED 

CARRBORO ISSUES FORGOTTEN 

17.6 PERCENT INCREASE PROPOSED FOR SCHOOLS 

FAIR PLAY 

•FAST YEAR' COMES TO END 

BALLOONS AND THE BLUES 

MOST LOCAL CLASSES DON'T RECITE PLEDGE 

FITNESS TOUR 

CARRBORO FARMERS MARKET 
SEE ALSO FARMERS MARKETS 
FOLKS MAKE THE MARKET IN CARRBORO 

CARRBORO FIRE DEPT. 

ORANGE COUNTY DOESN'T NEED FIRE MARSHAL 
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TEAM CRACKS BOOKS 

CARRBORO FIRE DEPT., BUDGET 

FIRE DEPT. BUDGET WOULD BE CUT MOST BY TRANSFER 

CARRBORO FIRE DEPT., CHIEF 

FIRE CHIEF MELTS OFF 103 POUNDS OF FLAB 

CARRBORO MAYOR'S OFFICE 

SEE CARRBORO, N.C., MAYOR'S OFFICE 

CARRBORO PLANNING OFFICE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO PLANNING AREA 
$62,000 FOR BIKE PATH APPROVED IN CARRBORO 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN BACK ZONING PLAN FOR FEWEST HOMES 
CARRBORO SETS MORATORIUM ON WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT 
PUBLIC HEARING TO ADDRESS XINT PLANNING 
ALDERMEN PURSUE IMPACT ORDINANCE 
ALDERMEN DISCUSS REZONING FAILED 'HINI-RTP' 

CARRBORO POLICE DEPT. 

BI-LINGUAL ORANGE COUNTY OFFICERS HELP DIMINISH FEAR AND CONFUSION 

CARRBORO OFFICER PRAISED FOR SPEED TICKET INCREASE 

LAWYER FOR JACOBS SAYS SHOT STRUCK HIS CAR IN LUMBERTON 

KLAN MARCH POLICING COULD COST $8,000 

'FUNFEST' HELPS CHAPEL HILL CHILDREN THINK 'SAFETY' 

CARRBORO POST OFFICE 
SEE ALSO POST OFFICES 
POSTAL SERVICE CURTAILED IN TOWNS, COUNTY 
CEMETERY LAND PROPOSED FOR CARRBORO POST OFFICE 
RURAL ROUTE CHANGE PLAN SPARKS DISAGREEMENT (CORRECTED 8-30-88) 
POST OFFICES RESTORE SATURDAY SCHEDULE 
SEARCH CONTINUES FOR fCW CARRBORO P.O. SITE 
CEMETERY LAND MAY BE SOLD FOR POST OFFICE 
TOWN BOARD TO DECIDE ON WESTWOOD SALE 
CARRBORO OFFERING LAND TO POST OFFICE 

CARRBORO PUBLIC WORKS DEPT. 
RECYCLED WATERING 

CARRBORO RECREATION DEPT. 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., COMMUNITY CENTER (PROPOSED) 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., PARKS 



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CHH 1 9/08/1988 A 3 N Vll 


CHH 1 10/23/1988 A 3 P N M20 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



1/26/1988 C 
2/02/1988 B 
3/29/1988 A 
4/11/1988 B 
5/07/1988 B 
6/11/1988 A 
6/11/1988 A 
9/30/1988 A 
11/08/1988 A 



N L90 
N L90 
L 

N L90 
P C45 
N Vll 
P L38 
N Vll 
P L38 



CHH 1 6/26/1988 A 3 P F B81 



H 2 1/11/1988 A 
CHH 1 9/28/1988 A 



CHH 1 6/21/1988 A 
H 3 3/04/1988 C 



4 L 
1 P N Vll 



3 P N Vll 
1 P N MIO 



H 3 
H 3 
H 3 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 


2/17/1988 B 
3/02/1988 B 
5/04/1988 C 
6/30/1988 A 
7/21/1988 A 
9/09/1988 A 


1 
1 
1 
3 
3 
1 


N MIO 
N L90 
N W27 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N Vll 


H 2 
H 3 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 


3/03/1988 A 
3/30/1988 C 
4/23/1988 D 
9/07/1988 A 
10/09/1988 A 


1 P Q BIO 
1 N W27 
7 N 
3 N M70 
3 P N S12 


H 3 

H 3 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 


2/19/1988 C 

4/28/1988 B 

8/25/1988 A 

9/11/1988 A 

11/18/1988 A 

12/08/1988 A 

12/13/1988 A 

12/15/1988 A 


1 N 080 

1 M N W27 
3 N Vll 

2 N S12 

2 N Vll 

3 P N Vll 
3 N Vll 
3 N Vll 



CHH 1 8/02/1988 A 1 P P L38 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



D — BATE- 



S 
E 
C -PG 



SEE ALSO CHAPEL HIUL/CARRBORO RECREATION PROGRAM 
CARRBORO PUSHING FOR COMMUNITY CENTER 
TAPPING UINTER BLUES AUAY 
MAKE A BASKET 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN ASK COMMISSIONERS FOR MORE PARKS MONEY 
RISING INSURANCE COSTS FAIL TO FIZZLE FUN OF JULY 4TH FESTIVITIES 
CHILDREN LEARN JOYS OF FISHING 
CARRBORO SPONSORS TENNIS LESSONS 
COACH CHARLES GALLAGHER: CARRBORO'S MOST-WANTED 
COMING UP ACES 

CARRBORO PARKS PLANS PROGRAMS 

CARRBORO PARKS AND REC ANNOUNCE FALL PROGRAM FOR PRE-SCHOOLERS 
CARRBORO RECREATION OFFERS 55-PLUS ACTIVITY PROGRAM 
PARKS IN CARRBORO PROVIDE NUMEROUS RECREATION OUTLETS 
CANINES. YOUNG MASTERS GATHER FOR CARRBORO SHOW 
TOO GOOD TO SLEEP THROUGH 
TENNIS CLASSES CAN IMPROVE GAME 



H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 



1/13/1988 B 
1/16/1988 A 
3/24/1988 D 
4/20/1988 C 
5/20/1988 C 
6/07/1988 B 
6/15/1988 A 
7/25/1988 
8/06/1988 
9/11/1988 
9/12/1988 
9/19/1988 
9/24/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/08/1988 
10/11/1988 



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N K65 
P T37 
N 

N W27 
N K65 
F S27 
N 

N K65 
P K30 
N 
N 
N 

U L38 
N S12 
P L38 
N 



CARRBORO REVOLVING LOAN PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., BUDGET 

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 
CARRBORO DEVELOPMENT LOAN GOES TO CARR MILL RESTAURANT CHH 1 7/13/1988 

ALDERMEN MAY CHANGE LOAN TERMS; CARRBORO RESTAURANT ASKS FOR LIEN CHANGE CHH 1 10/18/1988 
CHAPEL HILL EATERY GETS LOAN FROM CARRBORO CHH 1 10/19/1988 

ALDERMEN MAY LOAN MUFFIN SHOP $20,000 CHH 1 11/01/1988 

CARRBORO TOWN ATTORNEY 

ALDERMEN PAY EXTRA TO ATTORNEY 
CARRBORO ISSUES FORGOTTEN 
ATTORNEY'S FEES QUESTIONED 
CARRBORO RETAINS BROUGH 



H 3 3/16/1988 C 

H 2 3/29/1988 A 

H 2 4/29/1988 A 

CHH 1 7/14/1988 A 



1 N Vll 

3 N Vll 

1 N Vll 

3 N Vll 



1 N W27 

4 L 

4 L 

10 N Vll 



CARRBORO TOWN MANAGER 

PROPOSED STUDY TO EVALUATE SERVICES 

CARRBORO TOWN MANAGER, ASSISTANT 

ASSISTANT MANAGER NAMED FOR CARRBORO 
EX-CARRBORO OFFICIAL NAMED ADMINISTRATOR 

CARRBORO TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., BUSES 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., STREETS 

ONE-WAY STREETS ON CARRBORO AGENDA AGAIN 

DOT CRITICIZES CARRBORO TRAFFIC FLOW PLAN, TOWN OFFICIALS NOT LOSING... 

IS ONE-WAY THE ONLY WAY? 

REACTION COMES AND GOES ON ONE-WAY STREET PLAN 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

SCHOOL REDISTRICTING 'SPACE ISSUE, NOT RACE ISSUE'-COBLE 

CHEWNING-TREYBURN FLAP A MATTER OF PERCEPTIONS 

HAMNER'S REMARKS UNFAIR TO CHEWNING 

HAMNER'S BIG MISTAKE 

SCHOOL HAS EXCELLENT TEACHERS 

CHEWNING NOT A HICK SCHOOL 

CHEWNING REMARKS TAKEN OUT OF CONTEXT-HAMMR 

CARRINGTON'S PIED PIPER 

LIGHT TURNOUT 

CARRINGTON STUDENTS EARN ACADEMIC HONORS 

ALL EYES ON A CAREER 

RESTRICTING HINGES ON HIGH SCHOOL 

HOE-DOWN 

DURHAM COUNTY PANEL DELAYS VOTE ON MIDDLE SCHOOL REDISTRICTING PLAN 

CARRINGTON NAMES HONOR ROLL STUDENTS (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-6-88) 

CARRINGTON LISTS 3RD-TERH HONOR ROLL 

CORRECTION 

BOARD OKS BULK OF REDISTRICTING PLAN 

NERDS-VILLE 

CARRINGTON STUDENTS EARN HONORS 

ASBESTOS WORKERS CAUTIOUS 

CARRINGTON PLANS COUGARWALK OCT. 9 



CHH 1 6/21/1988 A 1 N H90 



H 


3 


4/04/1988 C 


1 N 080 


CHH 1 10/03/1988 A 


1 N R63 


CHH 1 


12/15/1988 A 


1 M N Vll 


CHH 1 


12/20/1988 A 


1 N Vll 


CHH 1 


12/20/1988 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


12/21/1988 A 


1 P N Vll 


H 


2 


1/22/1988 C 


1 N J40 


H 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


2/02/1988 A 


7 N J40 


H 


2 


3/08/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


3/08/1988 A 


8 P P M66 


S 


2 


3/09/1988 C 


6 N 


S 


2 


3/23/1988 A 


10 P P M66 


S 


2 


4/08/1988 A 


9 N S92 


S 


2 


4/14/1988 C 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


4/22/1988 C 


6 N J40 


S 


2 


4/27/1988 A 


10 N 


S 


2 


4/28/1988 A 


18 N 


S 


2 


5/06/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


5/06/1988 C 


1 N S92 


s 


2 


6/10/1988 C 


1 P P M66 


S 


2 


7/16/1988 A 


8 N 


s 


2 


7/22/1988 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


9/15/1988 D 


5 N J40 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX B 

1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



BLUE DEVIL AMONG COUGARS 

WALK LIKE A COUGAR 

MOCK VOTE 

CARRINGTON WALKERS THANKED 

SUSPENSION ANGERS CARRINGTON FATHER 

SCHOOLS TO HELP STUDY BUILDING NEEDS 

MISTAKE DISRUPTS ENO RECESS 

ENO VALLEY OFFICIALS TOOK PROPER ACTION 

CARRINGTON PLAYS VARIETY OF ROLES 

CARRINGTON JR. HIGH STUDENTS EARN ACADEMIC HONORS 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS 

GROWING INTEREST IN SOCCER ENCOURAGES CARRINGTON COACH 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HI6H SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
CARRINGTON COUGARS POUNCE ON CULBRETH 50-6 
CARRINGTON STOMPS PHILLIPS IN FOOTBALL 
CARRINGTON COUGARS COMPLETE DREAM SEASON 
2ND CARRINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM CLOSES OUT 7-0 SEASON 

CARROT ISLAND, N.C. 

ARE WILD HORSES DESTROYING CARROT ISLAND? 
CARROT ISLAND HORSE ROUNDUP, ADOPTIONS SET 
OFFICIALS TRY TO PREVENT ANOTHER WILD HORSE FAMINE 
HORSES TO GET N.C. HELP 

COWBOYS HIT THE BEACHES TO ROUND UP UILD PONIES 
COWBOYS THIN CARROT ISLAND PONY HERD 

CARROTS 

CARROTS MAY BE POTENT WEAPON IN WAR ON CANCER 

CARROUSELS 

SEE CAROUSELS 



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s 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 10/10/1988 C 


1 P P S73 


S 


2 10/10/1988 C 


1 P P S73 


S 


2 10/22/1988 A 


9 P P 


H 


2 10/24/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 11/03/1988 C 


1 N S92 


S 


2 11/04/1988 C 


1 N S92 


S 


2 11/11/1988 A 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 11/14/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 11/16/1988 A 


1 P Q S92 


S 


2 12/31/1988 A 


7 N 



S 2 11/15/1988 B 6 P N A76 



2 10/04/1988 D 6 P U A76 

2 10/18/1988 D 4 P U A76 

2 10/25/1988 B 4 P U A76 

2 11/08/1988 B 5 P N A76 



3/22/1988 D 
10/10/1988 B 
10/12/1988 C 
10/13/1988 A 
10/26/1988 B 
10/27/1988 B 



S 2 2/24/1988 A 8 U 



CARS 

SEE AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 

CARTERET COUNTY, N.C. 

FOR CARTERET COUNTY RESIDENTS, WATER POLLUTION COULD THREATEN LIVELIHOOD H 
AGENCY WANTS CARTERET TO STUDY SEWAGE DISPOSAL H 

CARTHAGE, N.C. 

CARTHAGE, ABERDEEN SINGLE LEAF MARKET H 

CARTOOGECHAYE SCHOOL (N.C.) 

PUPILS AT MOUNTAIN SCHOOL RECORD 'SMOKY MOUNTAIN CHRISTMAS* TAPE H 

CARTOONISTS 

SEE ALSO COMIC BOOKS 

SEE ALSO COMICS 

SEE ALSO DOONESBURY (COMIC STRIP) 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HERALD, CARTOONS 

•SAURS 'COME ALIVE' IN MALL MURAL 

DINOSAUR FROM 'ENLIGHTENED AGE' DUE AT MALL 

READ! AVOID EXTINCTION 

DINOSAURS TO PROMOTE LITERACY 

SPREADING THE WORD 

DROPOUT CARTOONIST DRAWING NEW CONCLUSION ON READING 

THE FIRST AMENDMENT CORRECTLY REAFFIRMED 

"I DON'T CARE WHAT THE SUPREME COURT SAYS..." (CARTOON) 

HIGH COURT DECISION VICTORY FOR FREEDOM 

POLITICAL CARTOONS ON SYMPOSIUM SLATE 

CARTOON WAS CHEAP SHOT 

CARTOONIST! THERE'S something fishy going on but artist thinks readers.. 

CARTOONIST NEVER STUDIED ART 
DOUG MARLETTE 

CARVER BOAT CORP 

FIRST YACHT'ROLLS OFF ASSEMBLY LINE AT $10 MILLION PENDER COUNTY PLANT 

CARY, N.C. 



2 4/04/1988 B 3 N 
2 7/26/1988 A 9 N 



2 4/06/1988 B 4 N 
2 12/18/1988 C 7 N 



2/10/1988 A 
2/11/1988 B 
2/12/1988 A 
2/12/1988 A 
2/13/1988 A 
2/13/1988 B 
2/27/1988 A 
2/27/1988 
2/29/1988 
3/17/1988 
3/17/1988 
5/07/1988 
7/02/1988 B 
7/10/1988 E 



10 
10 
4 
1 
1 
3 
4 
4 
4 
11 
4 
1 
2 
3 



N 
N 
E 

N S92 
P L38 
N P38 
E 

T C50 
E 

N U80 
L 

N P41 
U 
P 



H 2 3/10/1988 C 8 N 






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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO MACGREGOR PARK (CARY, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO POPULATION, CARY 

CARY TO GET POSTMARK FEVER? 

RESIDENTS DISPLACED AS MOBILE HOME PARKS PUT UP FOR SALE 

CARY COUPLE FIGHTING MALL DEVELOPER OVER ROAD ACCESS 

AMERICAN OPENS RESERVATIONS CENTER 

CARY'S CRAPE MYRTLES TO BE REMOVED 

SHILOH ROAD PLAN UPSETS RESIDENTS 

ALLENTON BREAKS GROUND IN CARY 

BREAKING GROUND 

CHURCH EXPANSION, ROAD WIDENING COULD COST CARY 

YEAR-ROUND SCHOOL HAS SEVERAL PROBLEMS 

ADMINISTRATION SEEKS DELAY OF ANNEXATION 

WORKING WITH GROWTH: CARY GRAPPLES WITH EFFECTS OF BOOM 

CARY STUDENTS SENT OUT OF TOWN 

CARY'S G&M FRENCH CAFE WORTH THE DRIVE 

DURHAM JUGGLER AT FESTIVAL 

GOURDS PLAIN AND FANCY SHOWN BY EXHIBITORS AT FESTIVAL IN CARY 

JURY AWARDS FIVE WOMEN $3,85 MILLION IN SEXUAL HARASSMENT CASE 

HUGE BAKERY OPENS IN CARY 

HILLSBOROUGH APPREHENSIVE ABOUT 1-40 

TWO CARY HANDBELL CHOIRS TO PERFORM AT WHITE HOUSE 

CARY'S »RUN IN THE NEW YEAR* ROAD RACE OFFERS DRY NIGHT; HELP STAYING... 

CARY N C ANNEXATION 

'ANNEXATION PROPOSAL COULD PIT CARY AGAINST MORRISVILLE 
CARY SETS HEARING ON ANNEXATION 
CARY COUNCILMEN EXPRESS CONCERN OVER ANNEXATION 
RESIDENTS WANT CARY, INSTEAD OF MORRISVILLE, TO ANNEX THEIR LAND 
MORRISVILLE GETS ANNEXATION REPRIEVE AS CARY COUNCIL POSTPONES DECISION 
CARPENTER RESIDENTS RALLY TO BATTLE DEVELOPMENT 
RESIDENTS GROUP FIGHTS CARY ANNEXATION 
MORRISVILLE RESIDENT'S ANNEXATION PROTEST CUT SHORT 
CARY ANNEXES 2 OF 4 MORRISVILLE PARCELS; NEGOTIATION CONTINUES 
MORRISVILLE SEEKS CARY LAND SWAP OF ANNEXED TRACTS 
MORRISVILLE, CARY ANNEX DISPUTED LAND 



CARY, N.C, BOND ISSUES 

TAX RATE HIKED St IN CARY 

CARY, N.C, BUDGET 

TAX RATE HIKED 54 IN CARY 

CARY, N.C, BUSINESSES 

GROUND IS BROKEN FOR MALL IN CARY 

CARY, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION, N.C 
CARY PANEL TO PROBE ALERT CABLE TV RECORD 

CARY, N.C, CITY EMPLOYEES, SALARIES 
TAX RATE HIKED 5« IN CARY 

CARY, N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

ANNEXATIONS SLIP CARY PAST CHAPEL HILL TO BE THIRD MOST POPULOUS... 

GROUND IS BROKEN FOR MALL IN CARY 

WORKING WITH GROWTH: CARY GRAPPLES WITH EFFECTS OF BOOM 

CARY STUDENTS SENT OUT OF TOWN 

CARY, N.C, PARKS 

SEE ALSO CARY PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT. 
HEMLOCKS, SALAMANDERS THRIVE IN CARY PARK 

CARY, N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 

TAX RATE HIKED 5C IN CARY 

CARY, N.C. TAX RATES 

TAX RATE HIKED 5« IN CARY 

CARY, N.C, TAXES 



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CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 



1/02/1988 A 
1/31/1988 A 
2/04/1988 B 
2/12/1988 A 
3/19/1988 
4/01/1988 
4/02/1988 
4/03/1988 
4/20/1988 
5/31/1988 
6/03/1988 
6/05/1988 D 
6/05/1988 D 
8/19/1988 D 
8/25/1988 D 
9/12/1988 B 
10/11/1988 B 
10/11/1988 B 
10/31/1988 A 
12/23/1988 B 
12/31/1988 C 



3/31/1988 B 
7/27/1988 B 
7/29/1988 B 
8/11/1988 C 
9/09/1988 C 
9/11/1988 A 
9/14/1988 B 
9/20/1988 C 
9/24/1988 C 
11/15/1988 B 
12/17/1988 C 



E 

N P41 
N P41 
N U82 
N P41 
N P41 
N U82 
P S73 
N P41 
E 

N S51 
F P41 
N P41 
R D77 
N 

N P41 
N 
N 

N R63 
N 
N P41 



N P41 
N P41 
N 

N P41 
N P38 
M N K65 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 



2 6/25/1988 C 
2 6/25/1988 C 
1 5/11/1988 B 



1 N P41 
1 N P41 
1 P N P41 



H 2 1/21/1988 B 1 N P41 



H 2 6/25/1988 C 1 N P41 



H 2 1/01/1988 A 

H 1 5/11/1988 B 

H 2 6/05/1988 D 

H 2 6/05/1988 D 



H 2 3/16/1988 C 
H 2 6/25/1988 C 
H 2 6/25/1988 C 



1 M N M97 

1 P N P41 

1 P F P41 

1 N P41 



1 P N P41 
1 N P41 
1 N P41 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



TAX RATE HIKED 5< IN CARY 

CARY, N.C., TRANSPORTATION 

CARY MAKES HOVE TOWARD TOWN TRANSPORTATION SERVICE 

CARY, N.C., ZONING 

NEWSPAPER WANTS 54 ACRES REZONED 

RESIDENTS GROUP FIGHTS CARY ANNEXATION 

CARY ANNEXES 2 OF 4 hCRRISVILLE PARCELS; NEGOTIATION CONTINUES 

MORRISVILLE SEEKS CARY LAND SWAP OF ANNEXED TRACTS 

CARY AREA RESCUE SQUAD 

SOME OF THE RESCUERS ARE RESCUING THEMSELVES 

CARY CHARITABLE TRUST 

COASTAL FEDERATION GETS $115,000 FROM THREE FOUNDATIONS 



CARY FIRE DEPT. 

PJXJ CONSIDERS HIRING, OR CONTRACTING FOR, 
CORRECTION 



PARAMEHICS 



CARY HIGH SCHOOL 

LEARNING THE BASICS 

SUPER TUESDAY WAS TIKE FOR LEARNING 

CHURCH EXPANSION, ROAD WIDENING COULD COST CARY 

SWORD PLAY 

TEENS STEP OUT DRESSED TO THE NINES 

PROM NIGHT PROVES HECTIC FOR GIRLS 

TEENS STEP OUT DRESSED TO THE NINES 

PROM NIGHT PROVES HECTIC FOR GIRLS 

PROM NIGHT PROVES HECTIC FOR GIRLS 

PROM NIGHT PROVES HECTIC FOR GIRLS 

CARY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, WRESTLING 

CARY WINS TITLE; PAC-6 FARES WELL 

CARY PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT, 
SEE ALSO CARY, N.C., PARKS 
HEMLOCKS, SAUWWDERS THRIVE IN CARY PARK 

CARY POLICE DEPT. 

NO ONE AT CARY TENNIS COURT WANTED A PYTHON FOR A PARTNER 



CARY POLICE DEPT., CHIEF 

CARY POLICE CHIEF RESIGNS 
CARY HIRES SOUTHERN PINES CHIEF 

rvasv SCHOOLS 

CARY STUDENTS SENT OUT OF TOWN 

CARY TOWN COUNCIL 

CARY PANEL TO PROBE ALERT CABLE TV RECORD 

CARY MAKES MOVE TOWARD TOWN TRANSPORTATION SERVICE 

CARY POLICE CHIEF RESIGNS 

ANNEXATION PROPOSAL COULD PIT CARY AGAINST MORRISVILLE 

TAX RATE HIKED 5< IN CARY 

CARY COUNCILMEN EXPRESS CONCERN OVER ANNEXATION 

MORRISVILLE GETS ANNEXATION REPRIEVE AS CARY COUNCIL POSTPONES DECISION 

RESIDENTS GROUP FIGHTS CARY ANNEXATION 

MORRISVILLE RESIDENT'S ANNEXATION PROTEST CUT SHORT 

CARY ANNEXES 2 OF 4 MORRISVILLE PARCELS; NEGOTIATION CONTINUES 

CARY TOWN MANAGER 

WESTBROOK NAMED CARY TOWN MANAGER 

CASABLANCA (FILM) 

CLASSICS PLAY AGAIN 

CASABLANCA RESTAURANT (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

THE CASABLANCA STIRS MARRAKECH MEMORIES IN A SHOPPING CENTER 



-BATE- 



-ffi 



H 2 6/25/1988 C 



H 2 2/12/1988 B 



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N P41 



7/31/1988 C 

9/14/1988 B 

9/24/1988 C 

11/15/1988 B 



13 
5 
2 

14 



2 3/20/1988 A 



N P41 



N 

N P41 
N P41 
N P41 



J P41 



1 12/16/1988 C 3 N H60 



8/18/1988 B 
8/20/1988 A 



1/16/1988 B 
3/12/1988 B 
4/20/1988 C 
5/07/1988 B 
5/28/1988 B 
5/28/1988 B 
5/28/1988 B 
5/28/198S B 
5/28/1988 B 
5/28/198S B 



N P41 
N 



P L38 

U 

N P41 

P T32 
T37 
T32 
T32 
S73 
T37 
K30 



2 2/21/1988 C 12 N Y55 



2 3/16/1988 C 1 P N P41 



2 9/06/1988 C 2 N 



2 3/11/1988 C 1 N 
2 6/08/1988 B 5 N 



2 6/05/1988 D 



1/21/1988 B 
2/12/1988 B 
3/11/1988 C 
3/31/1988 B 
6/25/1988 C 
7/29/1988 B 
9/09/1988 C 
9/14/1988 B 
9/20/1988 C 
9/24/1988 C 



N P41 



N P41 
N P41 
N 

N P41 
N P41 
N 

N P38 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 



2 1/23/1988 A 1 P N P41 
2 12/72/1988 D 12 P N 
2 9/09/1988 D 23 P R D77 






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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



D — DATE- 



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CASCADE FIBERS 

CASCADE FIBERS PLANS TO OPEN PLANT IN SANFORD 

CASH REGISTERS 

BUSINESS BRIEFLY 

CASUELL CENTER 

HOSPITAL STAFF TESTED FOR TB 
LENOIR HOSPITAL HAS TB OUTBREAK 

CASUELL COUNCIL FOR ARTS AND HISTORY, INC. 
SEE ALSO ARTS, N.C. 
PICKWICKIAN EVENING AT CASUELL IS TONIGHT 

CASUELL COUNTY.N.C. 

SEE ALSO PIEDMONT TECHNICAL COLLEGE, SATELLITE CAMPUS 
ROOM AT THE INN 

ORIGINAL PLAY CONCERNS LIVING IN CASUELL COUNTY 
PCC CAMPUS IN CASWELL COUNTY NOU OPEN FOR CLASSES 
BLANCH YOUTH CENTER EMPLOYEES SUSPENDED 
RESCUE SQUADS CAN APPLY FOR MATCHING GRANTS 
RESCUE SQUADS CAN APPLY FOR MATCHING GRANTS 
PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DEDICATES CAMPUS IN CASUELL 
GRANT AUARDED FOR STUDY IN CASUELL COUNTY 

CASUELL COUNTY, N.C., ELECTIONS 

PRIMARY TO DECIDE 2 CASWELL RACES 

SIX SEEKING TWO POSTS IN CASUELL 

RUNOFFS EXPECTED IN CASWELL RACES 

TWO RUNOFFS SET FOR CASUELL BOARD 

SOME LOCAL, COURT RUNOFFS SET TODAY 

MOOREFIELD, MASSEY WIN CASWELL POSTS 

PANEL BACKS CORPORATION TO HELP RURAL COUNTIES 

STATE SENATE CONTEST, SCHOOL BONDS BIG ISSUES IN CASWELL ELECTION 

CASUELL UILL VOTE ON SCHOOL BONDS 

DANIEL LEADING IN 21ST SENATE RACE 

CASUELL VOTERS OK SCHOOL BOND ISSUE 

SEN. DAMia UINS HIS SECOND TERM 

CASUELL COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, ELECTIONS 
PRIMARY TO DECIDE 2 CASUELL RACES 
SIX SEEKING TWO POSTS IN CASUELL 

CASUELL COUNTY CIVIC CENTER 

TV STAR TO PERFORM AT CASUELL CENTER 
MUSICAL COMEDY ON STAGE TONIGHT 

CASUELL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

CASUELL TO ESTABLISH HEALTH DISTRICT 

CASUELL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 
PRIMARY TO DECIDE 2 CASUELL RACES 
ELECTION AGREEMENT FOR CASUELL APPROVED 
SIX SEEKING TWO POSTS IN CASUELL 
RUNOFFS EXPECTED IN CASUELL RACES 
TWO RUNOFFS SET FOR CASUELL BOARD 
SOME LOCAL, COURT RUNOFFS SET TODAY 
MOOREFIELD, MASSEY WIN CASUELL POSTS 

CASUELL COUNTY HEALTH DEFT. 

SEE ALSO CASUELL/CHATHAM/LEE/PERSON DISTRICT HEALTH DEPT. 
CASUELL TO ESTABLISH HEALTH DISTRICT 

CASUELL COUNTY MANAGER 

CASUELL COUNTY MANAGER IS NAMED 
NEU CASUELL MANAGER BEGINS UORK 

CASUELL COUNTY PRISON UNIT 

CASUELL PRISON GUARDS FIRED 



H 2 3/09/1988 C 3 N 
H 2 8/10/1988 A 12 N 



H 1 6/23/1988 B 2 N 
S 2 6/23/1988 A 11 N 



H 1 12/13/1988 C 1 N H60 



H 


2 1/10/1988 E 


1 P F H45 


H 


2 3/29/1988 C 


5 P N T33 


H 


1 6/29/1988 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 7/08/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 7/30/1988 B 


1 


N D22 


H 


1 7/30/1988 B 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 9/30/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 12/03/1988 C 


1 P N 


H 


1 2/03/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 5/02/1988 A 


17 


N 


H 


1 5/05/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 5/28/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 5/31/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 6/01/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 6/09/1988 C 


16 


N 


H 


1 10/22/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 11/05/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 11/09/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


1 11/10/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 11/10/1988 C 


1 


N 



H 1 2/03/1988 C 2 N 
H 2 5/02/1988 A 17 N 



H 1 1/15/1988 C 5 N 
H 1 2/12/1988 B 1 N 



H 1 1/06/1988 B 1 N 



H 1 2/03/1988 C 2 N 

H 1 4/16/1988 C 1 N 

H 2 5/02/1988 A 17 N 

H 1 5/05/1988 B 1 N 

H 1 5/28/1988 C 1 N 

H 1 5/31/1988 B 1 N 

H 1 6/01/1988 BIN 



H 1 1/06/1988 B 1 N 



H 1 1/29/1988 C 1 N 
H 1 2/19/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 8/14/1988 B 3 N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 - 



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Y SUBJECTS 



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CASWELL COUNTY REGISTER OF DEEDS 

PRIMARY TO DECIDE 2 CASWELL RACES 
SIX SEEKING TWO POSTS IN CASWELL 

CASWELL COUNTY SCHOOLS 

FOURTH, FIFTH GRADERS STUDY OPERA IN CASWELL COUNTY 

CASWELL COUNTY SCHOOLS, BOND ISSUES 
CASWELL TO VOTE ON SCHOOL BONDS 

STATE SENATE CONTEST, SCHOOL BONDS BIG ISSUES IN CASWELL ELECTION 
CASWELL WILL VOTE ON SCHOOL BONDS 
CASWELL VOTERS OK SCHOOL BOND ISSUE 

CASWELL COUNTY SCHOOLS, CONSTRUCTION 

SPECIAL ALLOCATIONS TO HELP SOKE AREA SCHOOLS 
SPECIAL ALLOCATIONS TO HELP SOKE AREA SCHOOLS 
CASWELL TO VOTE ON SCHOOL BONDS 
CASWELL WILL VOTE ON SCHOOL BONDS 

CASWELL FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER 

GIRL WHO LOST SIGHT TO GET MORE THAN $1.2 MILLION 

CASWELL STUDIOS OF AMERICA 
SEE ALSO N.C., FILMMAKING 
SLOWER PACE, LACK OF UNIONS DRAW FILMMAKERS TO N.C. 

I^SWELL/CHATHAM/LEE/PERSON DISTRICT HEALTH DEPT. 
SEE ALSO CASWELL COUNTY HEALTH DEPT. 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF HEALTH, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY HEALTH CENTER 
SEE ALSO LEE COUNTY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY HEALTH CENTER 

CASWELL TO ESTABLISH HEALTH DISTRICT 

CHATHAM, LEE CONSIDER UNITED HEALTH DISTRICT 

PERSON COUNTY HEALTH COUNCIL HIRES MANAGER 

CHATHAM TO FORM HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

PERSON HEALTH PANEL ASKED TO RECOGNIZE SERVICE TIME 

FIRM SAYS PERSON COUNTY NOT POLLUTING WATERSHEDS 

CATALINAS (MUSIC GROUP) 

THE CATALINAS BEACH BAND 

CATALOGS 

RECORD CATALOG MAY BE CRIME CLUE 

CATALOG'S FANS FINALLY HAVE A DEODORANT THEY CAN FIGHT OVER 

CATALOG DESIGNER TOYS WITH SUCCESS 

CATALYST ENERGY DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

COMPANY GETS LICENSE FOR POWER PLANT ON HAW RIVER 

CATARACTS 

SEE ALSO BLIND 
N.C. SEEKS TO RESOLVE BATTLE OVER EYE CARE 

CATARACT PATIENTS SHOULD INSIST ON QUALIFIED POSTOPERATIVE CARE 
MEDICARE MOVE EXPECTED TO GO EASY FOR TAR HEELS 



H 1 2/03/1988 C 2 
H 2 5/02/1988 A 17 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



H 2 12/19/1988 B 4 N 



H 1 6/16/1988 B 1 N H60 

H 1 10/22/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 11/05/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 11/10/1988 C 1 N 



5/17/1988 C 

5/17/1988 C 

6/16/1988 B 

11/05/1988 C 



N H60 
N T33 
N H60 
N H60 



H 2 12/24/1983 D 4 N 



S 2 2/11/1988 D 13 N 



1/06/1988 B 
1/24/1988 A 
2/26/1988 C 
2/26/1988 C 
3/17/1988 B 
3/23/1988 B 



1 N 

14 P N K65 
1 N T33 

1 N M10 

2 N 
1 N 



H 2 7/01/1988 D 16 P P 



H 2 11/03/1988 C 
CHH 1 11/03/1988 A 
S 2 11/09/1988 B 



1 P N M51 
3 U L41 
1 P F 659 



H 2 2/13/1988 D 6 N 



S 2 7/20/1988 A 
S 2 7/20/1988 A 
S 2 8/08/1988 A 



CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS _ __ 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER LIFE CARE-LONG TERM CARE RESOURCE CENTER 
SEE ALSO LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE 

WORKSHOP ON CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS MAY 12 H 

LONG TERM CARE CENTER GETS GRANT OF $578,040 H 

MEDICARE SURTAX 'SCAPEGOATING' SENIORS H 



5/05/1988 A 
9/07/1988 C 
9/24/1988 A 



1 P N H02 
4 L 
1 N H02 



18 P N 
6 N 
4 J 



CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS HEALTH INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO HEALTH INS URANC E 
RACE WIVES WANT BETTER INSURANCE 
NEW MEDICARE LAW CATASTROPHE FOR ELDERLY 
UNFAIR TO ELDERLY 



2 8/11/1988 D 1 N 
2 10/14/1988 A 4 L 
2 10/31/1988 A 5 L 



CATAWBA COLLEGE 



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12/31/1988 



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HOFFNER UINS SCHOLARSHIP 

CATAWBA COLLEGE SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
GARDNER-WEBB 86, CATAWBA 84 OT 
CATAWBA, 87-74 
CATAWBA 81, GUILFORD 71 
GARDNER-WEBB 89, CATAWBA 56 

CATAWBA COLLEGE SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
CATAWBA 31, PRESBYTERIAN 10 
ELON CRUSHES CATAWBA, 48-0 
CATAWBA 13, NEWBERRY 12 
CATAWBA 45, GUILFORD 14 
CATAWBA 41, LEN.-RHYNE 21 
CENT. ST. 24, CATAWBA 10 

CATAWBA COUNTY, N.C. 

KLAN PLANS MARCHES IN THREE CATAWBA TOWNS 

CATAWBA COUNTY SCHOOLS 

SCHOOL MERGER CONSIDERED IN CATAWBA 

SCHOOL BAND BUSES COLLIDE ON FLA. BRIDGE 

BANQUET FOR CAFETERIA WORKERS MAY HAVE STARTED FOOD POISONING 

CATAWBA FALLS 

PRESSURE BUILDS TO MAKE CATAWBA FALLS PUBLIC 

HOUSE PANEL APPROVES LEGISLATION TO BUY CATAWBA FALLS LAND 

CATAWBA INDIANS 

SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C. 
CATAWBA INDIANS SEEK PTL LAND 

CATAWBA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

EX-EMPLOYEE OF YEAR IS BARRED FROM MEDICAL WORK AFTER JOKE 

CATAWBA NUCLEAR STATION 

CLAMS CLOG VALVES, PROMPT CLOSING OF NUCLEAR PLANT 

19 PIEDMONT CITIES FACE HIGHER ELECTRICITY RATES THAN DUKE POWER 

25,000 CUSTOMERS LOSE COOLING, WATER HEATING 

DUKE POWER ASKS CUSTOMERS TO LIMIT USE OF ELECTRICITY 

DUKE POWER RESTORES SERVICE TO CUSTOMERS 

NUCLEAR PLANT SHUTDOWN CAUSES POWER SHUTOFF 

POWER SUPPLY BACK IN LINE WITH DEMAND 

DUKE POWER FACING FINE OF *50,000 

CATCH 22 (BOOK AND FILM) 

SIMILARITIES BETWEEN LEGISLATURE, CATCH 22 ARE MANY 

CATERERS, DURHAM 

N.C. TRADERS RECORD $159.5 MILLION SURPLUS 

CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO. 
'WOLF-CAT' 

CATFISH 

FISHERMAN JUMPS IN FOR A RECORD CATCH 
THIS ONE DIDN'T GET AWAY 
FASHIONABLE CATFISH 

CATHETERS 

SEE ALSO TRANSLUMINAL EXTRACTION CATHETER 
DUKE GETS OK TO TEST ARTERIAL 'ROTO-ROOTER' 
DUKE TESTS SHOW PROMISE FOR DEVICE TO CLEAR ARTERIES 

CATHOLIC CARDINALS 

SEE OF DIVINE GUIDANCE 

CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA 
FASHION SHOW SCINTILLATING 
SWEATERS, CHECKS AND BOWS 



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S 2 6/27/1988 A 6 N 



S 2 2/05/1988 D 2 N 

H 2 2/07/1988 C 7 N 

H 2 2/21/1988 C 3 N 

H 2 12/04/1988 C 3 N 



H 


2 10/09/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/23/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 10/30/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 11/06/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 11/20/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 11/27/1988 C 


4 


N 



H 2 3/30/1988 D 5 N 



H 2 3/01/1988 A 14 N 
H 1 4/06/1988 C 2 N 
H 2 5/29/1988 C 3 N 



H 2 4/05/1988 BUN 
H 2 6/10/1988 C 2 N 



S 2 11/10/1988 B 5 N 



H 2 7/23/1988 D 4 N 



S 2 


3/11/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 2 


4/09/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


6/21/1988 B 


1 


N S51 


H 2 


6/21/1988 A 


14 


N 


S 2 


6/21/1988 C 


1 


N H02 


CHH 1 


7/20/1988 A 


3 


N K65 


H 2 


7/21/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


10/26/1988 B 


4 


N 



S 2 7/20/1988 A 5 J Oil 
H 2 5/29/1988 C 11 N 
CHH 1 9/09/1988 A 1 P P L38 



H 2 2/10/1988 B 2 P N 
S 2 2/11/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 6/16/1988 C 1 P F Zll 



1/22/1988 C 4 
3/29/1988 C 12 



N D80 
N 



H 2 6/06/1988 A 4 L 



2 10/29/1988 A 
2 11/01/1988 A 



5 P F T37 

6 P U W15 



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CATHOLIC NUNS 

SHE NEEDED TO TAKE LESSONS TO BECOME THE DRIVING NUN 

CATHOLIC PRIESTS 

SEE ALSO EPISCOPALIAN PRIESTS 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, U.S. 
FATHER OF FIVE, 65 YEARS OLD, ENTERS PRIESTHOOD 

CATHOLICS 

WHY DO CATHOLICS GIVE ONLY HALF WHAT PROTESTANTS GIVE TO CHURCHES? 
CANDLES, PALMS, ASHES HELP CHAPEL HILL CHURCH CELEBRATE DURING EASTER 
DENOMINATIONAL SPLITS DON'T SURPRISE DUKE PROFESSOR 
NON-CATHOLIC STUDENTS INCREASING IN PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 



CATHY (COMIC STRIP) 

I'M WAITING TO SEE WHO 'GIL THORP' 
'N&O' COVERED WITH PERFIDY 
FUNNY-PAGE CENSORSHIP 



AND 'JUDGE PARKER* ENDORSE (CARTOON) 



CATS 



JUMPING JAVA 

CROWD INFLUENCES REDUCTION IN FEES FOR DOGS AND CATS 

PATRON OF HOMELESS CATS 

HICKORY WANTS CATS KEPT UNDER CONTROL 

TABBY OR NOT TABBY 

MAN FACES CHARGE AFTER CAT PAINTED 

TEEN ACCUSED OF CRUELTY TO ANIMAL 

VOLUNTEER FIREMEN COME TO RESCUE OF THREE KITTENS BORN HIGH IN TREE 

CAT A PILLAR? 

JUDGE LECTURES YOUTH FOR PUTTING CAT IN MICROWAVE 

MAN CONVICTED OF PAINTING CAT RED 

JUDGE CORRECTS ERROR OF MISGUIDED OFFICERS 

KITTEN FOR KEEPS 

STOP KILLING CATS AT UNC 

TRAVELING SHOW 

THE THREE MOUSEKETEERS 

NOTHING TO HIT BUT THE HEIGHTS 

WHOSE COCKAMAHY IDEA? 

THE RESCUER; FOR FELINE HELPER, CATS ARE IN THE BAG 

YUFFIE? 

COAT LINERS 



H 2 8/10/1988 B 3 P N 



H 1 5/21/1988 B 5 N 



H 2 1/30/1988 A 

H 2 4/02/1988 A 

H 2 7/10/1988 C 

H 2 10/31/1988 B 



CHH 1 11/04/1988 A 
H 2 11/16/1988 A 
H 2 11/22/1988 A 



CHH 1 



CHH 1 
H 2 



1/14/1988 B 
2/17/1988 B 
3/15/1988 A 
3/17/1988 A 
4/21/1988 C 
4/23/1988 B 
5/04/1988 B 
5/13/1988 B 
6/25/1988 B 
7/13/1988 B 
7/21/1988 C 
8/12/1988 
8/15/1988 
8/25/1988 
8/26/1988 
9/14/1988 
10/20/1988 
10/30/1988 
11/02/1988 B 
11/21/1988 A 
11/25/1988 C 



7 U 

1 P N B81 
9 P N D80 
3 N 



4 T T C50 
4 L 
4 L 



P T32 
N BIO 
L 



L38 



N 

P 

N 

N 

N 

P K30 

N S32 

N 

E 

P 

L 

P 

P 

F 

L 

F 

P 

P 



T44 

S73 

B71 

G59 
L38 
T32 



CATS (PLAY) 

ALL THE CATS JOIN IN; ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER'S EVER-POPULAR 
ALL THE CATS JOIN IN; RAZZLE AND DAZZLE, HOMEY AND HYPED 
DURHAM-BORN CONDUCTOR IS FINDING FUN IN 'CATS' FLOW 
'CATS' DERIVATIVE DISNEYLAND FROM A THEATRICAL TRICKSTER 
•CATS* PUR-R-RFECT 
ONE FOR THE LITTER BOX 



CATS' 



CAT 1 



S CRADLE (BAR) 

CRADLE TRIES SHOW FOR WORKING FOLKS 
POPULAR NIGHTSPOT IN DOWNTOWN MAY HAVE TO MOVE 
HARD-ROCKIN' CVB MAINTAINING A FRESH GLOW 
LIVING COLOUR SOARS WITH METALLIC FUNK 
POLICE LOG/TWO SOUGHT FOR BREAK-IN AT NIGHT SPOT 
POLICE LOG/MAN'S ARREST BRINGS NEW CHARGES 
DICKIES OF L.A. SATIRICAL BUZZSAW 
CAT'S CRADLE MAY CLOSE FOR GOOD 

CAT'S CRADLE, CHAPEL HILL REAL ESTATE MARKET (CARTOON) 
THE 'CRADLE' ROCKS NO MORE 
TOWN TO HELP CATS CRADLE FIND HOME 
TOWN WANTS CRADLE TO ROCK AGAIN 



CATTLE 
SEE COWS 
SEE LIVESTOCK 



H 2 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/05/1988 
2/05/1988 
2/05/1988 
2/19/1988 
2/19/1988 
2/26/1988 



1/08/1988 
6/13/1988 
6/23/1988 
6/24/1988 
7/26/1988 
8/02/1983 
8/05/1988 D 
8/05/1988 A 
8/31/1988 A 
9/01/1988 A 
11/15/1988 A 
11/16/1988 A 



W66 
W66 
L59 

U63 



N 

N M70 
U H90 
R C81 
N 
N 

R L37 
N Vll 
T C50 
N L90 
N M70 
E 



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CAUCUSES 

SEE PRESIDENTIAL CAUCUSES 

THE CMC (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

GOOD WOOD; A LOOK AT ACOUSTIC MUSIC CLUBS IN DURHAM & CHAPEL HILL 

CAYMAN ISLANDS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 
DURHAM WOMEN FLEE CAYMANS 

CAZWELL DEVELOPMENT INC. 

LOT OVER COUNTY LINE SNAGS SUBDIVISION 

CECIL G. SHEPS DISTINGUISHED INVESTIGATOR AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH CENTER 
SIX GET SHEPS AWARDS 

CEDAR CREEK POTTERY 

SAVOYARDS PLAN REUNIONi NUREYEV COMING CLOSE 

CEDAR FALLS 

AGREEMENT MADE ON PARK LAND 

CEDAR GROVE, N.C. 

CEDAR GROVE LAND HELD SURPRISE FOR NATURE CONSERVANCY 
WOMAN SEEKS FUNDS TO REPAIR HOME CRUSHED BY TREE 

CEDAR GROVE RURITAN CLUB 

D'ARMI HIGHLIGHT OF RURITAN DINNER 

FARMERS SEND DROUGHT-RELIEF HAY TO WESTERN N.C. 

CEDAR GROVE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
STRANGE CAMPGROUND 
TENT NOT A CAMPSITE, BUT BIBLE SCHOOL CLASS 

CEDAR GROVE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 
TANKER LEAK CAUSES SCARE 

CEDAR RIDGE OFFICE COMPLEX (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
COURT REJECTS NCNB BID FOR WADDELL OFFICE 

CEDAR ROCK BAPTIST CHURCH 

BREAK-IN AT FRANKLIN CHURCH PROBED 

CEDAR TERRACE OFFICE PARK 

TRIANGLE REAL ESTATE SHOULD BE OK IN '88, SAYS CLAY HAMNER 

CEDAR UAXWING 
SEE ALSO BIRDS 
ANNUAL WINTER COUNT FINDS CEDAR WAXWINGS ABUNDANT 

CEDAROCK PARK 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. 
ALAMANCE PLANS PARK SURVEY 

CEFUROXIHE AXETIL 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 
GLAXO GETS OK FOR ORAL ANTIBIOTIC 

A CELEBRATION OF SPIRITUALS 

'CELEBRATION' REMAINS A PIECE OF PARTS 

CELEBRITY WAITERS LUNCHEON 

GUESTS KEEP CELEBRITIES 'WAITING' 

CELL BIOLOGY 

SEE ALSO BIOLOGY 



H 2 5/20/1988 D 12 P F S69 



H 2 3/30/1988 A 8 N 
H 2 9/13/1988 A 8 P N 



H 2 8/13/1988 C 2 N H90 



H 2 7/02/1988 C 6 
H 2 1/26/1988 B 3 
H 3 2/05/1988 C 1 



CHH 1 8/01/1988 A 3 
CHH 1 8/20/1988 A 5 



S 2 4/12/1988 D 3 
CHH 1 9/17/1988 A 1 



CHH 1 6/28/1988 A 2 
CHH 1 7/03/1988 A 4 



CHH 1 9/14/1988 A 3 

CHH 1 12/29/1988 A 3 

H 1 5/03/1988 C 1 

H 2 1/31/1988 F 1 

CHH 1 12/27/1988 A 3 N H90 

H 1 8/12/1988 C 2 N 

S 2 1/09/1988 A 3 N W82 

H 2 1/26/1988 B 3 R D10 

H 2 6/07/1988 A 6 P U W15 



U W66 


N B81 


U L41 
P N H90 


N A76 
N H90 


P P L38 
L 


N R63 


N M70 


N 


D N L41 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



AIDS EXPERT'S TALK CANCELED 
DUKE TO RECOGNIZE DR. ROBERTSON 

CELLAR DOOR CONCERTS OF THE CAROLINAS INC. 
PLEA ENTERED IN COLISEUM CASE 

CELLO 



14 



MASTER CELLIST ROSTROPOVICH AT DUKE FEB. 

ROSTROPOVICH A WELL-ROUNDED MUSIC MAN 

MASTER CELLIST PLAYS UITH HEART DURING VALENTINE'S DAY CONCERT 

CELLIST LIVES UP TO REPUTATION 

CELLULAR PHONE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO MOBILE TELEPHONES 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, U.S. 

CELLULAR PHONES USED TO REPORT TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 

HELMS' WELCOME NO 

HILLSBOROUGH MAY GET CELLULAR PHONES FOR 6 POLICE CARS 

POLICE NEED TO COMMUNICATE 

POLICE LOG/CAR PHONE ALLOWS MAN TO TRACK SUSPECT 

CEMENT MIXERS 

GETTING INTO THE JOB 

A DEVIL OF A FAN 

$1.5 MILLION SETTLEMENT ENDS WRECK SUIT 

CEMENT MIXER HITS CAR, PINNING WOMAN INSIDE 

RESCUE 

CEMETERIES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HAPLEUCCD CEMETERY 

SEE ALSO NORTH DURHAM COLORED CEMETERY 

OVERDUE TAXES BRING FIVE YEARS' PROBATION 

CEMETERY BEING IGNORED 

HELP RESTORE CEMETERY 

THEY WANT FINAL RESTING PLACES FINAL 

MAPLEWOOD WILL RECEIVE CITY FACE LIFT 

GRAVESTONE PRESERVATION WORK' SUCCEEDS THROUGH COOPERATION 

WOULD-BE GRAVEROBBERS SOUGHT 

WORK BRIGHTENS CITY CEMETERIES 

DURHAM OFFICIALS STUDY CEMETERY PLAN 

CEMETERIES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, CEMETERIES 

SEE ALSO GRAVE ROBBERY 

SEE ALSO GRAVES 

SEE ALSO OLD TICK CREEK CEMETERY 

SEE ALSO TOMBSTONES 

RECOMMENDATION ON OXFORD LOOP DELAYED 

FOREST SERVICE HAS NEW POLICY ON BURIAL SITES 

HELMS MAY BE LOSING FIGHT OVER WILDERNESS BILL 

FAMOUS PIRATE LAFFITE MAY BE BURIED IN LINCOLNTON 

GRAVE APPARENTLY ROBBED IN CHATHAM 

STRANGE CAMPGROUND 

TWO ELDERLY WOMEN ROBBED AT CEMETERY 

TENT NOT A CAMPSITE, BUT BIBLE SCHOOL CLASS 

TOWN CEMETERIES HAVE NO MORE PLOTS 

DESCENDANTS WORK TO REPAIR RAVAGED GRAVES 

FAMILY PLANS TO CLEAN UP CEMETERY 

VANDALS HIT RANDOLPH GRAVEYARDS 

CEMETERIES, U.S. 

CHECKING OUT TOMBSTONES 

CENSORSHIP 

SEE ALSO ACADEMIC FREEDOM 

SEE ALSO ANTI-PORNOGRAPHY LAW 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, CENSORSHIP 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, CENSORSHIP 

SEE ALSO FIRST AMENDMENT 

SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF THE PRESS 



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H 2 1/21/1988 C 11 N 
H 2 6/14/1988 A 9 N 



H 2 1/06/1988 B 16 N 



H 2 1/31/1988 A 12 N D80 

H 2 2/12/1988 D 7 P F W66 

S 2 2/15/1988 B 5 P R C58 

H 2 2/16/1988 A 13 P R L59 



H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 


4/22/1988 A 
4/30/1988 A 
6/12/1988 A 
6/13/1988 A 
10/28/1988 A 


14 N 
4 E 
1 P N R63 

4 E 

5 N 


H 
S 
H 
H 
S 


2 
2 
1 
2 
2 


3/29/1988 C 
3/31/1988 C 
5/10/1988 C 
8/19/1988 C 
8/19/1988 A 


12 P P S73 
1 P P S76 
1 N 

1 P N T32 

2 P P T32 


H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 


2 1/28/1988 C 
2 2/29/1988 A 
2 3/16/1988 A 
2 4/04/1988 A 
2 9/16/1988 C 
2 11/10/1988 A 
2 11/23/1988 C 
2 12/30/1988 A 
2 12/30/1988 A 


17 N 
4 L 
4 L 
1 P Q T33 
1 P N H70 
4 L 
7 N 
1 P N H70 
1 M N H70 



H 1 


1/15/1988 C 


1 N 


H 2 


2/11/1988 C 


8 N 


H 2 


2/21/1988 B 


7 N 


S 2 


3/23/1988 B 


4 N 


H 2 


6/09/1988 B 


3 M N S63 


CHH 1 


6/28/1988 A 


2 P P L38 


H 2 


7/01/1988 C 


7 N 


CHH 1 


7/03/1988 A 


4 L 


H 2 


8/07/1988 B 


3 N 


CHH 1 


8/08/1988 A 


1 P N M25 


H 2 


8/13/1989 C 


2 N 


S 2 


11/16/1988 A 


6 N 



H 2 7/26/1988 A 4 L 



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CENSUS 
SEE U.S. 



CENSUS BUREAU 



CENTEL CELLULAR CO. (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

CELLULAR PHONES USED TO REPORT TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 
CELLULAR DEAL AFFECTS AREA FRANCHISE 

CENTEL EMPLOYEES 

SEE CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 

CENTENARIANS 
SEE ALSO AGING 
MRS. FLORENCE ATKINSON TISDALE, 106 
WILMINGTON WOMAN MAY BE WORLD'S DLDEST 
TWINS CELEBRATE 104TH BIRTHDAY 

MRS. ANAN MURRAY SHEPHERD OF BURLINGTON, 102 YEARS OLD 
SWEET 104 

MRS. NANCY G. MAYO, 102 YEARS OLD 
MRS. ALICE GOODMAN, 103 YEARS OLD 
R. F. COUSINS, 102, DIES 
102-YEAR-OLD RANSOM FREDERICK COUSINS 
MRS. ELLEN WILKINS, 102 YEARS OLD 
CENTENARIAN 

AT lOfjMRS. »LUCY' SHELTON, RESIDENT OF CLARKSVILLE, VA. 
MRS. REBECCA WASHINGTON, 102 
FUNERAL SCHEDULED FOR MRS. WASHINGTON 
MRS. LULA BELLE WILSON, 103 

ROBERT THOMAS ALLEN, 100, FORMERLY OF VANCE COUNTY 
R. T. ALLEN, 100, DIES 

WOMAN, 114, OWED HARD WORK FOR HER LONGEVITY, SURVIVOR SAYS 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY 
CENTURY CELEBRATION 
MAN CELEBRATES 100TH BIRTHDAY 
DURHAM'S SENIOR CITIZENS PARTY 
PERSON GROUP WILL HONOR CENTENARIANS 
WOMAN CELEBRATES HER 110TH BIRTHDAY 
MRS. MARKHAM, 100 YEARS OLD 

CHARLES JACOB HARRIS, RETIRED PIANIST, NCCU MUSIC TEACHER, IS DEAD... 
MRS. ALICE BOWLING DIES AT 101 
MRS. ALICE NORTON BOWLING, 101 
AT&T INSTALLATION PIONEER, 103, DIES 
SERVICES FOR ADKINS, 103 
MRS. SALLY AWN BLACK, 100 YEARS OLD 
FATHER'S CARE COMMENDED 
MRS. EMILY WRIGHT NEAL OF ELM CITY, 101 
MRS. ADDISON DIES AT 101 



S I T 
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SEE ALSO LIBRARIES, N.C, CENSORSHIP 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S., CENSORSHIP 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION CENSORSHIP 

DUKE EXPERT FINDS RULING LOGICAL; SOME EDUCATORS CONCERNED 

SCHOOLS MAY CENSOR NEWS, COURT SAYS 

RULING HAS POTENTIAL TO SUBVERT JOURNALISM 

CENSORSHIP— A TEEN'S CANDID OPINION 

FIRST AMENDMENT UNSCATHED 

WOMAN ASKS ROCKINGHAM COUNTY LIBRARY TO BAN NOVEL 

A CENSORED SEX GUIDE 

LET COMMITTEES CENSOR 

CITY FLOWER BEDS SHOW COMMITMENT TO BEAUTY 

N.C. LIBRARIES FACE INCREASING CENSORSHIP CHALLENGES 

ATTITUDES, POLICIES CUT EFFORTS AT CENSORSHIP 

BROADCAST RESTRICTIONS URGED WHILE FCC STUDIES RULES 

I'M WAITING TO SEE WHO 'GIL THORP' AND 'JUDGE PARKER' ENDORSE (CARTOON) 

N.C. STORES REJECTING SPIN 

'N&O' COVERED WITH PERFIDY 

SHOULD 'EXPERTS' CENSOR TV? 

FUNNY-PAGE CENSORSHIP 

DON'T CENSOR FOR ADULTS 

NEWSPAPER PULLS DOONESBURY COMIC CRITICAL OF R.J. REYNOLDS 

BRITAIN'S HEAVY-HANDED NANNY 



H 


2 1/14/1988 A 


1 


N J40 


H 


2 1/14/1988 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 1/15/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 1/16/1988 B 


1 


U 


H 


2 1/20/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 4/15/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 6/07/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 7/19/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 8/06/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 8/11/1988 A 


12 


N K65 


S 


2 8/12/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 8/15/1988 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 11/04/1988 A 


4 T T C50 


S 


2 11/08/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 11/16/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 11/20/1988 D 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/22/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 11/26/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 12/14/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 12/31/1988 A 


4 


E 



H 2 4/22/1988 A 14 N 
H 2 10/06/1988 D 6 N 



1/08/1988 B 
1/13/1988 A 
1/15/1988 A 
1/27/1988 C 
2/12/1988 B 
2/12/1988 C 
2/18/1988 A 
3/08/1988 B 
3/08/1988 B 
3/11/1988 B 
3/12/1988 A 
3/14/1988 B 
3/25/1988 B 
3/25/1988 C 
4/02/1988 C 
4/03/1988 B 
4/04/1988 C 
4/24/1988 B 
5/07/1988 A 
5/15/1988 C 
5/17/1988 A 
5/18/1988 B 
5/20/1988 C 
6/14/1988 B 
7/12/1988 B 
7/18/1988 B 
7/29/1988 C 
7/29/1988 B 
8/01/1988 C 
8/02/1988 B 
8/12/1988 B 
8/30/1988 A 
10/02/1988 B 
12/01/1988 C 



C45 



L38 




N 

N 

P 






p 













N 

P T37 

P C45 

F G59 

F S27 

N T33 

F S27 















L 







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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJE 



HAPPY 100TH BIRTHDAY 

CENTER FOR ADVANCED ELECTRONIC MATERIALS PROCESSING 

SEE N.C. STATE UNIV. CENTER FOR ADVANCED ELECTRONIC MATERIALS PROCESSING 

CENTER FOR ADVANCING TECHNOLOGY 

CENTER FOR ADVANCING TECHNOLOGY TAKING FORM IN YANCEYVILLE 

CENTER FOR AGING 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF AGING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 

CENTER FOR COMMUNITY SELF-+CLP 
SEE ALSO CREDIT UNIONS 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM 

SELF-HELP CENTER TO GET $20,000 

TAR HEEL JOBLESS RATE LOW, BUT SO ARE UAGES 

RECORD LOW JOBLESS RATE HAS DOWN SIDE 

CENTER FOR CREATIVE LEADERSHIP (GREENSBORO) 
HUNT'S EDUCATION RECORD 

CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL 

ACTIVISTS CHARGE AIDS EDUCATION MONEY BEING HELD UP 

NORTH CAROLINA CRITICIZED FOR DELAY IN AIDS PROGRAM 

DURHAM COUNTY DODGING U.S. RISE IN SYPHILIS CASES 

CDC FINDS HIGH AIDS RATE AMONG MIGRANTS 

THE SLANTED AIDS REPORT 

AIDS STUDY COULD LEAD TO NATIONAL HOUSEHOLD SURVEY 

PETS MAY PROVIDE WARNING OF CHEMICAL HAZARDS — RESEARCHER 

CENTER FOR MICROELECTRONICS (GENERAL ELECTRIC-OWNED) 
SEE ALSO ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO MICROELECTRONICS CENTER OF N.C. (STATE RESEARCH FACILITY) 
GE TO SELL HARRIS CHIP DIVISION; RTP SITE NOT INCLUDED 



CENTER FOR REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE 

NON-SURGICAL IN VITRO THINS CALLED 

CENTER STAGE 

CENTER STAGE SERIES 



DOUBLE BLESSING' 



CENTERFEST 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO PREDICTION RUN 

TRIANGLE PUTS FOUR IN FESTIVALS' TOP 1,000 

EXTRAVAGANZA IN ARTS 

CALLING ALL ARTISTS 

BIMBE XX BEGINS; CAROLINA CLOSING 

CENTERFEST DEADLINE 

DR. JOHN, LITTLE CHARLIE AMONG BLUES FEST ACTS 

DURHAM'S GIFT TO DURHAM 

COME BACK DOWNTOWN 

'GOOD MORNING' DURHAM 

ARTS UNWRAPPED DURING CENTERFEST 

CENTERFEST '88 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

SPECTACULAR WEEKEND AHEAD 

FLAG GOING UP 

BIG WEEXEND FOR THE ARTS 

A LITTLE BIT OF THIS, A LITTLE BIT OF THAT 

CENTERFEST WILL OPEN ARTS BUILDING 

CENTERFEST BEGINS 

CENTERFEST CELEBRATES CHANGES IN DOWNTOWN 

CENTERFEST, 2-DAY STAND OPENS TODAY DOWNTOWN 

CE N TERFEST HOPES TO BE 'BIG SPLASH' 

DURHAM'S CENTERFEST WET, BUT NOT WASHED OUT 

OUT OF THE DRIZZLE 

CENTERFEST DRAWS UP TO 30,000 ON DRIER SECOND DAY 

ARTS COUNCIL UNWRAPS BUILDING; CITY TO CONSIDER OFFICIAL NAME 

'KISS ME KATE' SPIRITED, FUN 



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S I T 
E L Y 
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S 


2 12/16/1988 B 


1 P P S76 



2 11/05/1988 C 3 N 



S 2 6/18/1988 C 1 N 
H 2 8/17/1988 A 16 N 
S 2 8/17/1988 A 6 N 



H 2 8/18/1988 A 4 L 



s 


2 


6/20/1988 C 


3 


N 


s 


2 


7/13/1988 A 


14 


N 


s 


c 


8/22/1988 C 


1 


N H65 


S 


2 


9/02/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


9/10/1988 A 


A 


E 


H 


2 


10/05/1988 C 


14 


N K65 


H 


2 


12/07/1988 B 




N K65 



H 2 8/16/1988 A 15 N 



H 


2 


5/20/1988 C 


2 P N 


S 


2 


9/01/1988 D 


6 I 


H 


9 


3/29/1988 C 


4 U W66 


H 


2 


4/03/1988 D 


4 E 


S 


2 


6/09/1988 D 


10 N G59 


H 


2 


6/14/1988 A 


11 P U W66 


s 


2 


8/04/1988 D 


7 N 


H 


2 


8/16/1988 A 


11 U U66 


H 


2 


8/30/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/08/1988 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


9/08/1988 D 


2 P F B71 


s 


2 


9/08/1988 D 


2 P F B71 


H 


2 


9/11/1988 G 


1 D F 


H 


2 


9/13/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


9/15/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/15/1988 B 


2 P P L38 


s 


2 


9/15/1988 D 


2 N 


H 


2 


9/16/1988 D 


12 F F U66 


s 


2 


9/16/1988 A 


1 P N B71 


s 


2 


9/16/1988 A 


3 I 


s 


n 


9/16/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/17/1988 A 


1 N W66 


s 


2 


9/17/1988 A 


1 P N W82 


H 


2 


9/18/1988 A 


1 N M60 


H 


2 


9/18/1988 B 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


9/19/1988 A 


1 P N M60 


S 


2 


9/19/1988 A 


1 P N B71 


S 


2 


9/19/1988 B 


5 P R W63 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



Y SUBJE 



MORE THAN FOOD? 
LIGHTS, PLEASE 

CENTER/GALLERY 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, ARTISTS 
ARTS ORGANIZATIONS MERGING IN CARRBORO 
MS. GROSVENOR SPEAKS ABOUT GULLAH ROOTS 
TRIANGLE ARTISTS' WORK TO BE SHOWN IN DUKE EXHIBITION 
'VANITAS' BY ANN U. ROULES 

CENTERPOINT 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C., SHOPPING CENTERS 
GATES HOPES FOR NEW LINK WITH OUASA 

CENTRAL MCRICA 

SEE ALSO INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION ON CENTRAL AMERICAN RECOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO MAPS, CENTRAL AMERICA 

DURHAM GROUP UNDER FBI SURVEILLANCE 

SPEECHES ON CENTRAL AMERICA SET FOR WEEKEND 

IN CASE YOU DIDN'T KNOW... 

TROUBLE SPOTS OF CENTRAL AMERICA (CARTOON) 

DIPLOMACY VS. FELONY 

LATIN CUISINE SPICES SCHOOL, GETS MIXED REVIEWS 

U.S. ADMINISTRATION HYPOCRITICAL ABOUT RIGHTS IN CENTRAL AMERICA 

ADMINISTRATION IS HYPOCRITICAL 

SELF-DETERMINATION ANTI-RED 

WHO WILL SPEAK FOR NICARAGUAN CHILDREN? 

EL SALVADORAN GIVES TALK ON POLITICAL TERRORISM 

KITCHEN'S MUSIC CAN IMPROVE U.S. IMAGE 

SWEDISH AGENCY GIVES GRANT TO DUKE CENTER 

SANFORD'S BRAINCHILD PANEL TARGETS ECONOMIC RECOVERY IN C. AMERICA 

CENTRAL AMERICAN PANEL LISTS RECOHHENDATIONS 

HELMS' MOVE ON A ID Big QUESTIONED AS CONFLICT 

PRICE CALLS FOR FETZER TO WIDEN DEBATE ISSUE 

SANFORD PLAN ENDORSED 

HELMS VOTES AGAINST SANFORD RESOLUTION 

AT DUKE, STUDENTS WILL NOT SUE SECRET SERVICE 

CHANGE CENTRAL AMERICA POLICY 

CENTRAL AMERICA PEACE PLAN 
SEE ALSO CONTRAS 
SEE ALSO NICARAGUA 
SEE ALSO PEACE 
SEE ALSO SANDINISTAS 

REP. VALENTINE COMMENDED 

SUPPORT FREEDOM FIGHTERS 

THE ACCOMPANIST (CARTOON) 

CONGRESS SHOULD RESTRAIN DOGS OF WAR AND GIVE PEACE A CHANCE 

SANFORD*. CLARIFY CONTRA POLICY 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK FINANCIAL CORP. 
SEE ALSO TRUST BUILDING (DURHAM, N.C.) 

CCB VAULTED BY STORM HASTE 

U.S.. AREA BANKS LOWER PRIME RATE 

NO PANE, NO GAIN 

ALLENTON BREAKS GROUND IN CARY 

TAXPAYERS' DREADED DAY IS RAPIDLY DRAWING NIGH 

VICE PRESIDENTS NAMED FOR NEW CCB DIVISIONS 

CCB REVAMPS DIVISIONS, NAMES VICE PRESIDENTS 

PRIME RATE TWITCHES TO 9X; CCB LENDING RATE BUMPED UP 

BANK BOOSTS TEACHER OF YEAR PROGRAM 

CCB NAMES 5 SENIOR VICE PRESIDENTS 

CCB NAMES ERNEST ROESSLER EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT 

TEACHERS OF YEAR TO BE ANNOUNCED NEXT MONTH 

PROFITEERING FOR COMMUNITY 

FOCUSING ON EXCELLENCE 

CCB PLANS OPERATIONS CENTER 

VENERABLE CCB BUILDING WITHSTANDS TIME, RIVALS 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO., DIVIDENDS 



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E 




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p 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


s 


2 


9/19/1988 C 


1 P P T44 


H 


2 10/10/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/01/1988 C 


10 


N 080 


S 


2 


2/04/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


7/08/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


7/29/1988 D 


16 P P 


CHH 1 


7/29/1988 A 


1 


N R63 


S 


r 

2 


2/01/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


2/11/1988 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 


2/13/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


3/24/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


3/26/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


3/30/1988 C 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 


3/31/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


4/04/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


4/12/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


4/20/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


5/02/1988 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


5/14/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/15/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


6/21/1988 B 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


6/27/1988 B 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


7/18/1988 B 


6 


N 


CHH 1 


7/19/1988 A 


1 


N B31 


H 


2 


7/28/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


8/07/1988 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


9/12/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/23/1988 A 


4 


L 



H 


2 


1/21/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


5 L 


H 


2 


8/03/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


1/09/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


1 C N 


S 


2 


2/13/1988 B 


8 P P 


S 


2 


4/02/1988 A 


9 P N U82 


H 


2 


4/10/1988 C 


9 N 


H 


2 


4/22/1988 A 


1 P N A54 


S 


2 


4/22/1988 A 


8 N U82 


H 


2 


5/12/1988 A 


1 N 


S 


2 


5/16/1988 C 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


5/29/1988 C 


6 P N 


H 


2 


9/04/1988 D 


9 N 


S 


2 


9/24/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/27/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


10/08/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


10/17/1988 A 


1 M N U82 


S 


2 10/20/1988 C 


1 P N W82 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJE 



GROWTH RATE OF CREDIT CARD, CHECK TRANSACTIONS SLOWING 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO., OPERATIONS CENTER 
CCB PLANS OPERATIONS CENTER 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO. , REORGANIZATION 
VICE PRESIDENTS NAKED FOR NEW CCB DIVISIONS 
CCB REVAMPS DIVISIONS, NAMES VICE PRESIDENTS 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK i, TRUST CO., SALES AND EARNINGS 
REPORT OF CONDITION (AD) 
LYNDA FRANCIS IS UINNER OF CREDIT UNIONS AUARD 
CCB ASSETS CLIMB TO $1,674 BILLION 
TOY STORE OPENS AT BRIGHTLEAF 
HOC BUSINESSES ACCOUNT FOR THIRD OF NEW STARTS 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO. (CORCORAN STREET) 
NO DAMAGE FOUND FROM SMOKE AT BANK 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK t, TRUST CO. (PLANTATION PLAZA) 
CARRBORO BANK ROBBED 
CCB BRANCH ROBBED IN CARRBORO 
DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH BANK ROBBERY 
BANK ROBBED 2ND TIMEi POLICE SUSPECT MAN CHARGED EARLIER 
POLICE SEEK MAN IN 2ND CCB HOLDUP 
CCB BANK ROBBER REMAINS AT LARGE 
GAMBLE SURRENDERS TO HOLDUP CHARGE 
ROBBERY SUSPECT IN CCB INCIDENT GIVES HIMSELF UP 
U.S. PROSECUTORS ASK NO BOND FOR MAN HELD IN BANK HEISTS 
MAN PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO BANK HOLDUP 
BANK ROBBERY TRIAL DELAYED FOR EVALUATION 
TRIAL SET AUG. 17 FOR MAN ACCUSED OF BAWC ROBBERIES 
ACCUSED ROBBER'S TRIAL SET 

JURY SELECTION BEGINS TODAY IN GAMBLE ROBBERY TRIAL 
DURHAM MAN CONVICTED OF CARRBORO BANK ROBBERIES 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO. (ROXBORO ROAD) 
BANK ROBBER SUES CITY, POLICE SERGEANT 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK FINANCIAL CORP. 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK i TRUST CO. 
CCB FINANCIAL CORF. REPORTS GAINS 
INSIDER TRADING 

CCB STOCK OUTPERFORMS SEVERAL STOCK INDEXES 
BUSINESS BRIEFING 

NORTH CAROLINA'S TOURISM INDUSTRY BREAKS RECORD IN 1987 
DURHAM WOMAN AMONG WINNERS OF ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT AWARD 
EMBREX WINS 2 RESEARCH GRANTS 
CCB ASSETS CLIMB TO »1.674 BILLION 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX 
TRIANGLE ECONOMY SHOWS MODEST GAIN 
BUSINESS IN TRIANGLE RISES IN DECEMBER 
TRIANGLE ECONOMIC INDEX UP 

CCB TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX BOUNDS UP 0.8X FOR JULY 
SOME FIRMS TO SEE UNEMPLOYMENT TAX CUT 

CENTRAL CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE (FORMERLY CENTRAL CAROLINA TECH. INST.) 
CCCC OFFERS RANGE OF COURSES THIS FALL 

CENTRAL CAROLINA FARMERS EXCHANGE 
SEE ALSO FCX, INC. 

LOSS OF CO-OP STILL BEING FELT 

CLIFFORD W. TILSON, FARMERS' CO-OP LEADER, DIES AT AGE 88 

CENTRAL CAROLINA NISSAN 

SUIT FILED ON ADVERTISING BY SANFORD CAR DEALERSHIP 

CENTRAL CAROLINA PHYSICIANS HEALTH PLAN INC. 
SEE ALSO HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS 



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H 2 10/23/1988 D 10 N 



S 2 10/17/1988 A 1 M N W82 



H 2 4/22/1988 A 1 P N A54 
S 2 4/22/1988 A 8 N U82 



H 


2 5/03/1988 C 


& A 


H 


2 7/17/1983 B 


6 N 


H 


2 7/17/1988 B 


6 N 


S 


2 10/15/1988 B 


7 P U U82 


H 


2 10/16/1988 B 


7 N 



H 2 8/02/1988 B 8 N 



s 


2 


2/26/1988 A 


1 P N 080 


H 


2 


2/27/1988 C 


7 P N