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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLIMANA 



CR071.5 

D96i 

1988 

SUBJECT 

LA-Z 






UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL 



00040646337 



FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 





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An index to: 

pnvljom ittorning Jfcrolii 

THE DURHAM SUN 

^Herald 



SUBJECT INDEX 
JANUARY-DECEMBER 

1988 



Vol. II 



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

ISSN 0741-0328 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANN UAL 
1/01/1988 







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ND E X BY 
12/31/1988 


SUBJECTS 


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" ^B^T^^AT^RESneCE A FEAST FOR FOODIES 

P^gffl^^'fiK^K-DB RISE 

LA SALLE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
PARKING IS FREE FOR UNC GAME 
MFF1 <t Rfill Y BY LA Stf-LE 

STEVE BUCKNALL DRIVES PAST DOUG OVERTON, AND J.R. REID SLAMS ONE HOME 
UNC, REID WIN DUEL WITH SIMMONS 

LA SERTOMA, DURHAM INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO DURHAM SERTOMA CLUB 
TOP YOUTHS 

W ^MOD^Uoffi A LOOK AT ACOUSTIC MUSIC CLUBS IN DURHAM & CHAPEL HILL 

LABELS 

SEE CIGARETTES, LABELS 
SEE WARNING LABELS 

LABOR DAY 

SEE ALSO HOLIDAYS, U.S. 

DATE OF KLAN MARCH SHOULD BE CHANGED 

POWELL DENIES KLAN MARCH DATE 

PATROL TO BE OUT IN FORCE LABOR DAY 

HOLIDAY TO DRAW EXTRA PATROLS _ , mmmm ^ 

GARDEN TO SHOW NEW PLANT TRAIL ON LABOR DAY 

LABOR DAY GIFT-GIVING IS TRADITION AT GARDEN 

PATROL TO TARGET DRUNKEN DRIVERS 

SCHOOLS, OFFICES, BANKS CLOSING FOR LABOR DAY 

LABOR DAY WEEKEND IS BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL TIME ^^^ 

HIGHWAY PATROL OUT IN FULL FORCE FOR HOLIDAY WEEKEND 

GOVERNMENT, SHOPS CLOSE FOR HOLIDAY 

LABOR DAY CLOSINGS 

'LABORIOUS' _ . 

DAYS OF LABOR FOR N.C. PATROL 

KlNG^™ THETOP RUNG HOW THEIR CLIMB BEGAN 
EFLAND ROADSIDE OASIS OFFERS REST TO TRAVELERS 
LABOR DAY WATER WOES NOT AN ORANGE FIRST 
ONE GOAL WE DON'T WANT TOMEET ^ mn 
RAIN HINDERS LABOR DAY WEEKEND TRAFFIC 

VS^f^^^^V&BS, N.C. LABOR CHIEF SAYS 
REFLECTIONS ON A LABOR DAY 
3,000-PLUS ATTEND OPEN HOUSE 
34 ARE ARRESTED ON DWI COUNTS 
STILL TOO MANY ON ROADS 

LABOR LAWS 

SEE ALSO CHILD LABOR LAWS 
SEE ALSO MINIMUM WAGE SCALE 
c cr aj en lftiTHNP. 11 S 

FILMMAKERS CRITICIZE STATE LABOR, TAX LAWS 

LABOR RACKETEERING 

SEE ALSO UNIONS, U.S. 
TEAMSTERS AND MOBSTERS 

LABOR UNIONS 

SEE UNIONS, DURHAM 

SEE UNIONS, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE UNIONS, N.C. 

SEE UNIONS, U.S. 

IJ^TC^TE^CIANS^^ DECENCY SYNDROME, HEALTH PROFESSIONALS 



H 2 6/03/1988 D 23 P R D77 
S 2 6/09/1988 D 3 P U B71 
CHH 1 6/27/1988 A 2 N 



H 2 1/09/1988 D 1 N 

H 2 1/10/1988 C 1 P N M14 

S 2 1/11/1988 D 1 P P C45 

S 2 1/11/1988 D 3 P U D18 



S 2 2/19/1988 C 2 P P T32 
H 2 5/20/1988 D 12 P F S69 



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CHH 
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H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
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8/08/1988 A 
8/09/1988 A 
8/18/1988 C 
8/22/1988 A 
8/28/1988 B 
8/29/1988 A 
8/31/1988 A 
8/31/1988 C 
9/01/1988 B 
9/02/1988 A 
9/02/1988 
9/03/1988 
9/03/1988 
9/04/1988 
9/05/1988 
9/05/1988 
9/05/1988 .. 
9/05/1988 A 
9/05/1988 A 
9/05/1988 A 
9/06/1988 B 
9/06/1988 B 
9/06/1988 A 
9/06/1988 A 
9/06/1988 A 
9/07/1988 A 



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1 
5 
10 
6 
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1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
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4 
6 
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4 
6 
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E 

N M06 
N 
N 
N 

N L90 
X B53 
N 

N H60 
N K25 
N L90 
N 

P T32 
N 
E 

U G78 
N H90 
N L90 
E 
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N 
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N S17 
N B53 
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S 2 5/06/1988 A 5 J Oil 



H 2 7/05/1988 A 4 E 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



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SEE ALSO CYTOTECHNOLOGY 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE WORKERS __ 

RECRUITERS LOOKING FOR HOSPITAL WORKERS 

KROT^KwOPPOSES EtfLOYEE DRUG TESTING 

TECHNOLOGISTS NEED RECOGNITON 

HEAVY WORKLOADS PLAGUE CANCER TESTS 

STUDY SAYS TESTING LABS MISS DRUGS 31X Of TI1C tiitju - 

NURSING, MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY ENROLLMENTS DOWN, OFFICIAL SAYS 

labsy rkarSTtriangle FACILITY TO MARKET NEW AIDS TEST 
LABSYSTEM AIDS TEST SET 



LACE 



LACE, AN INTIMATE LOOK _ 
LACE PLANT TO OPEN NEAR WARRENTON 



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

FANFARE/LACROSSE TOURNAMENT 

LACROSSE, ANYONE? 

LACTOSE INTOLERANCE 

SEE ALSO MILK M m 

MILK MAY MAKE LIFE MISERABLE 

LADD CONSTRUCTION , 

LAUD'S LADIES WIN LEAGUE CROWN 

LADD FURNITURE INC. 
INSIDER TRADING 
EARNINGS DIGEST 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 

LADIES PROFESSIONAL GOLF ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO GOLF 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, SPORTS 

SEE ALSO WOMEN'S GOLF 
DIFFERENT SCORING SYSTEM SHOULD PROMPT GAMBLES 

LOPEZ HEADS LIST FOR REX PRO-AM m „™™~ 

KIAWAH JOINS LPGA OPTIONS; TREYBURN STILL CONSIDERED 

™ ^laDyIve^Uck COOY AT its best 



LADY IN WHITE (FILM) _ „ 
GHOST TALE TOO SCARY FOR KIDS, 



TOO HOKEY FOR GROWNUPS 



LADY TAR HEEL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, SPORTS 

FANFARE/LADY TAR HEEL GOLF 

FANFARE/LADY TAR HEEL GOLF 

FANFARE/DUKE GOLFERS WIN 

LAKE BEN JOHNSTON (INCLUDES DAM) _ _ m 
STATE SAYS LAKE DAM CAN BE RAISED SAFELY 
BOARD REJECTS 3-FOOT INCREASE IN DAM HEIGHT 
PLAN TO INCREASE LAKE BEN JOHNSON LEVEL PUT ON HOLD 

LAKE ORANGE LEVEL AIDED __ 

CATES WOULD RECYCLE AWAY WATER WOES m ^ 
CATES PUSHES TO RAISE BEN JOHNSON DAM LEVEL 



H 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 



4/04/1988 C 
4/15/1988 A 
6/23/1988 A 
7/18/1988 A 
8/08/1988 B 
9/24/1988 A 
11/12/1988 A 



6 
4 
3 
4 
1 
10 
3 



2 11/15/1988 B 11 
2 11/16/1988 A 10 



N 

L 

N K65 
L 
N 
N 
N L90 



2 2/21/1988 E 
1 10/15/1988 C 



5/07/1988 D 
5/13/1988 C 



1 P F H45 
1 N 



3 N 
1 P P T32 



S 2 5/18/1988 A 7 U 
S 2 7/26/1988 B 6 P N A76 



H 


2 1/10/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 1/28/1988 A 


19 


N 


H 


2 2/21/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 6/26/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 7/24/1988 B 


y 


N 


H 


2 8/21/1988 B 


n 


N 


H 


2 10/16/1988 B 


n 


N 


H 


2 11/13/1988 D 


n 


N 


H 


2 12/04/1988 D 


/ 


N 



H 2 8/04/1988 D 
H 2 8/07/1988 C 
H 2 11/17/1988 D 



3 P N 

5 N C49 

4 N 



H 2 1/29/1988 D 4 P R L59 
H 2 12/02/1988 D 4 R L59 



H 2 9/17/1988 D 3 N 
H 2 9/18/1988 C 11 N 
H 2 9/19/1988 D 4 N 





H 2 


2/04/1988 B 


1 N BIO 




H 3 


2/23/1988 B 


1 N R71 


(CORRECTED 6-18-88) 


CHH 1 


6/17/1988 A 


1 P N R63 




CHH 1 


7/11/1988 A 


1 N R63 




CHH 1 


7/28/1988 A 


3 P N R63 




CHH 1 


7/31/1988 A 


3 N R63 



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HONTHLY/AO^L 



LAKE PROPOSAL DOESN'T SUIT HOMEOWNERS 
COUNTY MANDATES WATER SAVING IN NORTH 
HILLSBOROUGH NEGOTIATES FOR QUARRY UATER 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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CHH 1 8/01/1988 A 1 N R63 
CHH 1 8/24/1988 A 3 N H90 
CHH 1 10/14/1988 A 1 P N R63 



U * E ffi*AYAK COURSE NAY BE BUILT 

"* HkWSUPuK SHORE ROUTE FOR NEH SEWER LINE 
SEWER NAIN RAISES COST, FAIRNESS ISSUES 

VOTE ON BOOKER CREEK SEWER LINE DELAYED 

WATER MARDTO CONSIDER SEUER LINE AT LAKE ELLEN 
WATER AUTHORITY TO CONSIDER LIMITS ON INFORMAL TALKS 

U * (E Sd WEATHER MAY KILL WEED IN LAKE GASTON 

UTftH tim DRY 

'YOU CAN'T GET THERE FROM HERE? IN OUR CASE, IT'S TRUE' 
CORPS OF ENGINEERS SAYS GASTON PIPELINE WOULDN'T HURT BASS 
VIRGINIA COUNTY WANTS GASTON PIPELINE WATER 

RftoNO^ RIVER ASSOCIATION HEARS REPORT ON LEGAL BATTLE 

NEWLAM CaSd AW IN LKALFIGHT AGAINST PIPELINE TO LAKE GASTON 

S«TON PIPEFOES NOTE EFFECT ON STRIPED BASS 

DESPITE CORPS' RULINGS, PIPELINE FOE UNDISMAYED 

HEWING SaSuLEDIN LAKE GASTON PIPELINE LAWSUIT 

LAKE GASTON FESTIVAL 

S£ ANNUAL U^GASTON IFEBFIWM. SET FOR SATURDAY AT LITTLETON 

LAKE HYCO 

SEE HYCO LAKE 

I 6KF JOCASSEE 

ENVIRONMENTALISTS DECRY DUKE POWER PUMPED STORAGE PLAN 

"" iSSs & MORE ^BISgFS 
METHODISTS SELECT TWO MORE BISHOPS 
ELECTION OF BISHOPS BRINGS CAMPAIGNING 
NEW BISHOP HOPES TO BE ROLE NOBEL 
METHODIST BISHOPS GET ASSIGNMENTS 

LAKE LURE q 

^^^Mffi£?l£W IKAWS FANS OF 'DIRTY WNCING' 1 



H 1 10/21/1988 B 1 N P41 



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H 
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H 
H 



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H 
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H 
S 
H 
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LAKE MHRTY%CING' FANS STILL FLOCKING TO LAKE LURE MOUNTAIN HAVEN 

"!" S^S tfPEARS LIKELY TO PASS 

LAKE MATTAMUSKEET ^ 

OSPREYS BODE WELL FOR COAST 

LAKE hICHIE 

SEE ALSO LITTLE RIVER RESERVOIR 

CITY CELEBRATES A CENTURY OF WATER 

S &£8Z&#&$8%nB OF PROTECTING WATERSHEDS 

DURHAM, PERSON 'BREAK THE ICE' 

COUNCIL OKS CONDEMNATION AT LAKE MICHK 

GROWING DURHAM MAY «ED MORE MICHIE LAND 



H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 



2/26/1988 C 
3/10/1988 B 
3/25/1988 C 
5/11/1988 B 
5/12/1988 B 



1/07/1988 D 

1/22/1988 A 

4/11/1988 A 

6/08/1988 B 

7/13/1988 B 

8/11/1988 C 

8/12/1988 C 

8/19/1988 C 

8/25/1988 A 

9/21/1988 C 

10/07/1988 C 

10/12/1988 B 

10/21/1988 B 

10/31/1988 C 

12/24/1988 C 

12/31/1988 D 



10 
1 

16 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 

13 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
6 



N K65 
N 

N W27 
N 080 
N K65 



N 

P 

N 

N 

N 

J 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N H60 

N 

N 

N H60 

N 



H 2 8/31/1988 C 1 N H60 



H 2 3/26/1988 B 7 N 



H 


2 


7/14/1988 D 


5 N 


H 


2 


7/15/1988 B 


9 N 


H 


2 


7/15/1988 B 


9 N 


H 


? 


7/16/1988 A 


14 P N 


H 


2 


7/16/1988 A 


14 N 



2 7/06/1988 A 12 N 
2 11/17/1988 D 1 P F G59 



2 6/26/1988 B 5 N 
2 3/09/1988 A 11 N 
2 4/29/1988 C 1 N H60 



1/11/1988 A 
1/12/1988 A 
1/13/1988 B 
2/11/1988 A 
2/16/1988 B 
2/16/1988 A 



N H45 
N K06 
N A54 
N M06 
N S51 
N B85 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1938 



SUBJE 



PERSON BOARD WILL REQUEST (STING ON SUPER COLLIDER 

LaH IlicHll, RESERVOIR SLAKES THIRST FOR JATERi SOLITUDE 
FIRM SAYS PERSON COUNTY NOT POLLUTING WATERSHEDS 
SPRING IS HERE, SO THE FISH SHOULD BE BITING, RIGHT? 
PONDS SUGGESTED TO HELP CLEAN UP TWO RESERVOIRS 
WATER STUDY hAY NEED TO CONSIDER COLLIDER 

state: quarry may LIMIT water quality 

TEER WILLING TO REDESIGN ROUGEMONT STONE QUARRY 
LAKE MICHIE SUBDIVISION GETS SUPPORT 

TRIANGLE RESERVOIR LEVELS LOW 

QUARRY REZONING TO FACE TOUGH SCRUTINY 

BOARD OKS LAKE MICHIE SUBDIVISION PLAN 

SPRING IS HERE AND THE FISH SHOULD AT LEAST BE NIBBLING 

QUARRY DESERVES OK IF PLANS PROTECT WATER 

%8J^&Ffiti& LAKES, EASING CONCERN 

BHWMMi W&L * COSTLY 

MICHIE DEVELOPER IN PARTIAL WIN 

TEER'S LETTER NEGATES 'SPECULATION' CHARGE 

EMTDRML «T DUfiRRY VOTE, TAX DOLLAR LOSS PURE SPECULATION 

CHILDREN PLAY '60 FISH' FOR REAL AT LAKE MICHIE 

DURHAM SHOULD ESCAPE SUMMER WATER SHORTAGE 

CrrYSAVES WATER-PUMPING EXPENSES FROM LAKE MICHIE 

FISHING SOLITUDE 

LET'S HAVE A FULL HEARING 

COLLIDER MAY AFFECT STUDY ON WATERSHEDS 

COLLIDER PANEL MAY TAP STATE FOR WATERSHED STUDY 

BOARD SHOULD WAIT FOR WATERSHED STUDY 

WATER QUALITY WORRIES COLLIDER COMMISSION _„,„ -, 

DURHAM CAN'T AFFORD NCH3R0WTH IMAGE OF THREE-YEAR... (CORRECTED 7- 

TtSMtM tViT RECOUP PARTIAL COST OF WATERSHED STUDY 

DURHAM PARK RANGERS OFTEN CATCH THE CULPRITS IN THE ACT OF CRIMES 

SHRINKING LAKE 

WELL-GROOMED DUCK 

OH, BUOYS NO WAKE! 

COUNCIL OKS CONDEMNATION OF ELLIS' LAND 

CITY TO CONDEMN LAND TO EXPAND LAKE MICHIE 

I aKF ItATVE? AGAIN 

DESPITE CITY ACTION, COUNTY OKS »H m)im 

COUNTY GRANTS 90-DAY DELAY FOR HOME-BUSINESS PERMITS 

REGIONAL PLAN DISCUSSED IN PROTECTING WATERSHEDS 

DURHAM SEEKS HELP TO PROTECT WATER 

COLLIDER WOULD SPEED GROWTH, CONSULTANT SAYS 

FIRM ENDING WATER STUDY; COUNTIES AWAIT RESULTS 

WATERSHED PLANNING SHOULD INCLUDE PUBLIC 

DURHAM MAY NEED NEW RESERVOIR SOON 

STUDY: CITY WATER SUPPLY TO BE INADEQUATE BY 2030 
FUTURISTIC PLANNING 

dSiBIT THROWS LIGHT ON ENERGY QUESTIONS 

LINCOLNTON WOMAN LANDS $20,000 LAKE NORMAN CRAPPIE 
CHARGES FOLLOW MOTORBOAT DEATH ll ,,„ m 

MARTIN'S HELICOPTER TRIPS TO HOME RAISE QUESTIONS 

I AKF ORMffiE 

HILLSBOROUGH TO PROPOSE DAM ON SEVEN MILE CREEK 
ANYBODY CATCHIN' ANY? 
DAY FOR A DAYDREAM 

LAKE ORANGE LEVEL AIDED „__, 

DURHAM WATER SALES STILL OFF, OWASA REACTS CATES 
DURHAM WATER SALES STILL OFF, OWASA REJECTS CATES 
DURHAM WATER SALES STILL OFF, OWASA REJECTS CATES' 
NORTHERN ORANGE ENACTS VOLUNTARY WATER LIMITS 
STRICT WATER LIMITS LIKELY BY MONDAY 
OWASA REQUIRES WATER-USE LIMITS 
HILLSBOROUGH, NORTH ORANGE LIMIT WATER USE 



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2/17/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


3/18/1988 D 


1 P P C45 


H 


2 


3/18/1988 D 


12 P F W66 


H 


2 


3/23/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


3/25/1988 D 


18 P P C45 


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 


S 


2 


4/05/1988 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 


4/05/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 


4/06/1988 A 


1 N B85 


S 


2 


V06/1988 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 


4/06/1988 C 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


4/08/1988 D 


22 P P C45 


S 


2 


4/08/1988 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


4/18/1988 A 


1 N M06 


s 


2 


5/11/1988 A 


1 N S92 


s 


2 


5/24/1988 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


5/25/1988 B 


1 N A54 


S 


2 


5/25/1988 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


5/29/1988 D 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/29/1988 D 


5 P J 


S 


2 


6/14/1988 D 


4 P N A76 


S 


2 


6/16/1983 A 


1 N H02 


S 


2 


6/24/1988 A 


1 N H02 


H 


2 


6/26/1988 B 


3 P P S73 


H 


2 


6/27/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


6/29/1988 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 A 


1 N A54 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 A 


A L 


S 


2 


7/14/1988 C 


1 N H65 


H 


2 


7/22/1988 A 


5 J 


H 


2 


7/28/1988 A 


1 N T33 


H 


2 


7/31/1988 C 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


8/12/1988 C 


1 P P T37 


H 


2 


8/13/1988 C 


1 P P T37 


H 


2 


9/05/1988 B 


1 P P C45 


H 


2 10/04/1988 C 


1 N S51 


S 


2 10/04/1988 A 


8 N H70 


H 


2 10/10/1988 C 


2 P P S73 


H 


2 10/11/1988 B 


1 N A54 


S 


2 10/11/1988 A 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 10/13/1988 B 


1 N A54 


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 


S 


2 12/15/1988 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 12/16/1988 C 


1 N S51 


H 


2 12/18/1988 D 


4 E 


S 


2 


2/16/1988 A 


9 N 


H 


1 


3/09/1988 C 


1 P P 


H 


2 


4/17/1988 C 


18 P N 


S 


2 


5/31/1988 A 


8 N 


H 


2 


6/06/1988 B 


6 N 


H 


2 


3/28/1988 C 


1 N BIO 


CHH 1 


6/09/1988 A 


3 P P L38 


CHH 1 


6/09/1988 A 


10 P P L38 


CHH 1 


7/11/1988 A 


1 N R63 


CHH 1 


8/04/1988 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


8/04/1988 A 


3 P N R63 


CHH 1 


8/04/1988 A 


3 P N B81 


CHH 1 


8/12/1988 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


8/19/1988 A 


1 N L90 


s 


2 


8/22/1988 A 


1 N W82 


S 


2 


8/23/1988 B 


1 N M06 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



COUNTY MANDATES HATER SAVING IN NORTH 
HILLSBOROUGH APPROVES VOLUNTARY PLAN FOR ENO 
HATER SAVING STILL NEED ED mAviw . 
HATER LIMITS ARE LIFTED IN N. ORANGE 

LAKE ROGERS 

JULY 4TH CELEBRATION SLATED AT LAKE ROGERS 

LAKE ROXBORO 

SEE ALSO ROXBORO RESERVOIR 

gSSSS SSS£ti^%SBPwl£%> re kith su^us lake land 

ROXBORO LAND DISPUTE IS UNRESOLVED 
ROXBORO NAY SETTLE PROPERTY DISPUTE 

LAKE SALEM 

FISHING IN THE RAIN 

STATEGaW OFFICIALS SHOOT ALLIGATOR THAT KILLED DOG 

LME BARKER HOUSE ON HARKET FOR $995,000 

LAKEFEST 

SE UIKOTST^88 V STARTS , FRII)AY IN CLARKSVILLE, VA., AREA 

LAKELAND STREET 

URECK-UATCHERS NEED TO BE UNDER CONTROL 

LAKES, INTERNATIONAL . 

DUKE 'UEATHERHAN' FORECASTS NEXT CENTURY 

LAKES, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF LAKES) 

^LLEGM. R GR^'cARP'rEPORTED SHIPPED TO NORTH CAROLINA 

MORRISVILLE PARK TO OPEN MONDAY, NOT AHAITING LAKE 

LAKESHORE GOLF CLUB 

MAN FACES CHARGE OF STEALING GOLF CARTS 

LAKEUOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
SEE LAKEHOOD SCHOOL 

LAKEUOOD PARTY STORE _ m rmtnr . 
POLICE SAY MARIJUANA SOLD AT STORE 
TEENS CHARGED UITH PARTY STORE BREAK-IN 

LAKEHOOD SCHOOL 

A REAL MOUTH OPENER 

INFLATABLE 

SCHOOL BOARD TO DISCUSS HILLSIDE WORK 

RECRUITING RAISES BROGDEN FIGURES 

LAKEHOOD SHOPPING CENTER 

SEE ALSO SHOPPES AT LAKEUOOD 
SHOPPING CENTER DETERIORATING 
LAKEUOOD GOES BACK ON MARKET 
WITTENBERG STILL BULLISH ON DOUNTOUN 
UITTENBERG SAYS OTHERS DIDN'T SHARE HIS LAKEUOOD VISION 
THIEF DROPS LOOT RUNNING FROM DEPUTY 
DURHAM CRIHESTOPPERS __ 
LAKEUOOD CENTER GETS NEU OWNER iBn%m 
LAKEUOOD CENTER SOLD: UPGRADING UORK UNDER UAY 
ANOTHER GROCER MAY GET KROGER'S LAKEUOOD SPOT 
LAKEUOOD PLANS NEU ANCHOR STORE 
LAKEUOOD FACELIFT MOVING AHEAD 
DURHAM ACADEMY GREETS NEU HEADMASTER 



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CHH 1 8/24/1988 A 3 N H90 

CHH 1 8/30/1988 A 1 P N R63 

CHH 1 9/13/1988 A 3 N L90 

CHH 1 10/06/1988 A 3 N H90 



H 1 7/02/1988 C 1 N 



H 1 8/11/1988 B 1 N 

H 1 9/15/1988 B 1 N 

H 1 10/13/1988 B 1 N 

H 1 11/17/1988 C 1 N 



H 1 7/29/1988 C 1 P P 

H 2 6/23/1988 A 18 N 

H 2 3/13/1988 B 6 N 

H 1 7/14/1988 B 1 N H60 

S 2 2/02/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 6/08/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 1/08/1988 A 10 N 
H 2 2/25/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 7/03/1988 C 8 P N P41 



H 2 7/12/1988 B 5 N 



2 3/27/1988 B 
2 5/05/1988 C 



3 
10 



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 N S92 

S 2 9/07/1988 A 1 N S92 



H 


2 1/05/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 1/16/1988 A 


1 N C60 


S 


2 1/25/1988 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 1/31/1988 B 


5 P U L41 


H 


2 2/09/1988 B 


2 N 


H 


2 2/15/1988 B 


1 N 


S 


2 5/17/1988 A 


1 N M82 


H 


2 5/18/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 7/01/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 7/29/1988 C 


1 N U82 


H 


2 9/04/1988 F 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 10/04/1988 B 


1 P U U15 



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^^ilLOG/POLICE CLOSE DOUN LAMBA CHI PARTY 
POLICE L0G/*1,200 IN TROPHIES STOLEN FROM FRAT 

LAMPS 



GIVE HIM A PIECE OF JUNK, AL HALL HILL MAKE SCATHING OF IT 

LAND SALES 

SEE ALSO LAND TRANSFER TAX .. ^ m 

COUNTY, REALTORS SPLIT ON LAND PRICE DISCLOSURES 

nmBHaJnOKt-wi 

Wt SMe^T* S? L^FoR NEW SOCOL (CORRECTED 3-5-88) 
MARRIOTT TO ADD 2 DURHAM HOTELS 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

ROXBORO AWARDS PAVING CONTRACTS 
ROXBORO COUNCIL HALTS SALE OF SWUS LAND 
JAZZ INSTITUTE PLANS GET WARM RECEPTION 
SCHOOL BOARD SELLS SURPLUS LAND 

LAND SALES, PRIVATE-OUNED ^^^^ „. _ 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, PROPERTY SALES 

SEE tf_SO TRANSFERABLE DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS 
RESIDENTSDIsIlACO AS MOBILE HOME PARKS g£ IFFOR SALE 
CARY ODUPLE FIGHTING MALL DEVELOPER OVER ROADACCESS 
BURROUGHS UELLCOME BUYS CRS SIRRINE'S PARK PJ5EERTY 
DURHtfllS CONSIDERING BUYING TOMMY STONE'S SOCCER CAMP 
MARRIOTT TO ADD 2 DURHAM HOTELS 

SKR ^LlK^K V^LEY TO FORESJSERVICE 
JURY SATS CHAfll HILL MUST PAY »59,500 FOR DOCTOR'S PROPERTY 

tBKUUKUUWim FW 11 BA* BRANCHES 
PRESSURE BUILDS TO MAKE CATAWBA FALLS PUBLIC 
BOARD OKS LAKE MICHIE SUBDIVISION PLAN 
Cm IN QUANDARY OVER TREYBURN LOTS 

STUDY! 'SAVE' 67 LAND SITES „ 

PARTNERSHIP'S PROFIT $200,000 IN LAND DEAL 
MICHIE DEVELOPER IN PARTIAL WIN 
WATERSHED RULECRIMPS PLAN FOR CHEWING HIGH 
UTILITY SELLING LAND IN MOUNTAINS mm# 
FEAR ABOUT PUBLICITY'S QUASHING DEAL INVALID 
PURCHASE TO TRIPLE PARKSIZE 

ra°HI^,^^^ T TRSk£ I£VELtf*NT RIGHTS 
SCHOOL OFFICIALS CONSIDERING USE FOR HOUSE 

^^?Ss SPLIT ON im PRICE DISCLOSURES 

LAND TRANSFER TAX 

SEE ALSO LAND SALES _ 

SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE TAXES, DURHAMCOUNTY 
CANDIDATES AGREE ON NEED FOR WATER, INDUSTRY 
GROUP MULLS WAYS TO TAX DEVELOPMENT 

LAND-SALES TAX TOPS COUNTY WISH LIST 

SPECIAL TAX REQUIRES LIMIT FOR STATED f£EDS 
DURHAM OFFICIALS' WISH LIST ANEMIC ^ BBmvM 
DUR&K LEGISLATORS SHOOT AT REAL ESTATE TAX PROPOSAL 
LEGISLATORS SHOOT DOUN LAND-SALES TAX 
fCUTRAL STAND NO GOOD FOR OFFICIALS' WISH LIST 

LAND TRUST _„ 

SEE ALSO N.C. LAND TRUSTEES 
MASS. SENATOR! DUKAKIS WOULD STRESS HOUSING 
PAINTING AND POLITICS 



CHH 1 9/01/1988 A 10 N 
CHH 1 9/07/1988 A 3 N 



H 2 5/08/1988 B 1 P U N36 



S 2 1/15/1988 C 1 N M06 



1/08/1988 C 
3/04/1988 C 
3/04/1988 A 
3/05/1988 A 
6/16/1988 B 
8/11/1988 B 
9/30/1988 C 
11/04/1988 B 



N M06 
N A54 
N S92 
N 
N 
N 

N S51 
N J40 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

CHH 1 
H 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



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

s 

H 

H 
S 
S 
H 
H 



1/31/1988 A 
2/04/1988 B 
2/17/1988 B 
2/17/1988 A 
3/04/1988 A 
3/04/1988 A 
3/05/1988 B 
3/08/1988 B 
3/16/1988 A 
3/19/1988 B 
4/05/1988 B 
4/06/1988 C 
5/12/1988 A 
5/19/1988 B 
5/20/1988 C 
5/25/1988 A 
6/21/1988 A 
7/20/1988 B 
9/19/1988 A 
10/21/1988 A 
11/17/1988 C 
12/17/1988 A 
12/20/1988 C 



N P41 
N P41 
N RBQ 
N A76 
N S92 
N S92 
N 

N W27 
N W82 
N 
N 

N M06 
1 M N K70 



N B81 
N J40 
N M06 
N S92 
N 
E 

N M70 
N 

N M20 
N J40 



S 2 1/15/1988 C 1 N M06 



H 
H 
S 

s 

H 
H 

S 
H 



4/20/1988 
4/27/1988 
5/11/1988 
5/13/1988 
5/16/1983 
5/20/1988 
5/20/1988 
5/28/1988 



N BIO 
N M10 
N M06 
E 
E 

N A54 
N M06 
E 



2 11/05/1988 A 1 N B53 
2 11/06/1988 B 1 P P C45 



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LAND USE 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL.N.C, U» «* „ „. 

1 £S Sgfl^f^n^UB AND COMMUNITY KVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO N.C. LAND TRUSTEES 

SEE ALSO OPEN SPACES _ , mtmt tm _ 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.CmLAND USE 

SEE ALSO PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT 

^onaPland USETEAH PLANNINGFIRST METING 

WfH ^Jffti^£8£&i**'S RUGGED RIDGES 

$8$l l^S %$?&* SURPRISINGLY ACCURATE 

FOUR WORLD CLASS REGION GROUPS REPORT ON WORK AT HALFWAY POINT 

LANDFILLS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY LANDFILL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY LANDFILL 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LANDFILLS 

SEE ALSO SOLID HflSTE ; „ AilflCT1 

SEE ALSO WARREN COUNTY, N.C, LANDFILL „ 

STRICTER LANDFILL REGULATIONS ARE INCREASING COSTS 

REGIONAL COMMITTEE ON SOLID WASTE GETS TO WORK 

LANDFILL URGED AT HAZARDOUS WASTE PLANT 

DISPOSING OF TIRES A NUISANCE IN N.C 

CENTER BACKS REVOLVING LANDFILL FUND 

DEADLINE PASSES FOR WASTE REPORTS 

GOVERNMENT LOOKS AT LANDFILL OPTIONS _ _ mmmmmrml 

BUXFILED FOR PUBLIC DEFENDER, ANOTHER JUDGE IN ROBESON 

INCINERATION OF MEDICAL WASTES WORRIES ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS 

landfills: a gloom-and-doom story _ 

LEE RESIDENTS WANT STATE TO REDUCE HAZARDOUS WASTE 
STATE'S WASTE DISPOSAL PROBLEM CONTINUES TO MOUNT 
N.C. OFFICIALS BATUETOSHWY M7ITUDE 
PLAIN OLD GARBAGE BECOMES N.C. PROBLEM 

lWfF^aK^S UXDFILL PROBLEMS TOO CASUALLY 
STATE RUNNING SHORT OF LANDFILL CAPACITY 
FIREMEN BATTLE STUBBORN LANDFILL BLAZE 

LANDLORD-TENANT LEGISLATION 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C 
SEE ALSO N.C, LAWS 

"yffflJS&VSU TttGET OF REP. BARNES' BILL 
PENALTY DEBATED FOR LANDLORD ABUSES 
TENANTS HOUSING LAW NEEDS TEETH 

"^S^DURNaM* AUTHORITY, TENANTS STEERING COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSO RENTER'S INSURANCE „ iinuf . 

LANDLORD DEFENDS REPOSSESSION OF MOBILE HOME 

PROTESTS ALTERDUKE'S PLANS TO USE APARTMENTS FOR OFFICES 

TALKS EASE SHIFT OF TENANTS FROM DUKE-OWNEDHOUSING 

HOUSE FIRES ARE GREATER HAZARD FOR N.C'S POOR 

DUKE TENANTS LOSE BID FOR NEW COUNCIL HEARING 

DUKE, CITY COUNCIL TREAT TENANTS UNFAIRLY 

DISPLACEMENT OF 48 FAMILIES LOOMS AS BATTLE FOR DUKE 

SUFFER HOUSING CODES PLAN DRAWS COMPLAINTS 

LANDLORDS OBJECT TO HOUSING CODE 

STRICTER HOUSING CODE NEEDED „ 

TENANTS IN PATH OF DUKE EXPANSION SEEK MORE MONEY 

LANDLORD DUKE WON'T INCREASE RELOCATION PAY 

TENANT: HOUSING LAW NEEDS TEETH 



1/02/1988 A 
2/13/1988 C 
2/27/1988 C 
3/26/1988 D 
4/04/1988 A 
5/10/1988 B 
5/27/1988 A 
6/18/1988 C 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/27/1988 C 
2/06/1988 B 
2/20/1988 B 
3/07/1988 B 
3/31/1988 C 
4/01/1988 C 
4/21/1988 A 
6/04/1988 A 
6/06/1988 B 
6/07/1988 A 
6/11/1988 B 
6/14/1988 A 
6/1V1988 
6/20/1988 
6/21/1988 
8/31/1988 
9/05/1988 
11/16/1988 



8 
2 
8 
8 
1 
8 
12 
6 



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



N 

N M97 
N M97 
N R80 
N H70 
N 

N R63 
N M97 



14 
6 
6 
4 
9 
3 
5 

11 
1 
4 
4 
9 
9 
9 
3 
1 
4 

14 



Oil 



N 

N M97 

N 

N 

N 

N 

J 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S63 

N 

E 

N 



H 2 1/11/1988 B 
S 2 1/18/1988 A 
H 2 7/14/1988 B 



7P N 
6 J Oil 
1 P N C47 



1/19/1988 B 
1/22/1988 B 
1/22/1988 C 
1/25/1988 C 
1/26/1988 C 
2/03/1988 A 
3/01/1988 B 
5/03/1988 C 
5/03/1988 A 
5/07/1988 A 
5/08/1988 B 
5/13/1988 C 
7/14/1988 B 



N 

N N36 
N B53 
N 

N N36 
L 

N N36 
N S51 
N H70 
L 

N A54 
N 
N C47 



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residents: no response to sewage backup 
housing bill won't help students 

RENTERS, PROTECT YOURSELVES, ^ ^ 
FIRE VICTIM NOT HAPPY WITH LANDLORD 
TREYBURN DEVELOPERS DROP EVICTIONS 

UWDMARK INNS OF DURHAM DC. 

SE FORH£R Da^f»W D RSlSSON REOPENS UNDER NEW OWNERS 

^'sTEVE TOLER GETS FREE SHIRTS AFTER ONE CLAUED BY BACKHOE 

I eNTGrjff ART 

LANDSCAPE DESIGN SUBJECT AT ART MUSEUM 

^SEE^ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, LANDSCAPING AND GROUNDS DIVISION 
SEE ALSO GARDENING. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HORTICULTURE „ 

SEE ALSO U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL, COSTS 
SEE ALSO WESTERN N.C. ARBORETUM 

ttHHHt SPRING! IT HAS GARDENERS IN TRIANGLE AT TKEIR BLOOMING BEST 
READY FOR LANDSCAPING 

SSKS^lPllK. *TER KVEUFEFS CO£LAIN 

BTOWTKrCffliCRETE ORNAMENTS ARE OUT IN "IN" YARDS 

A REVAMPED BOTANICAL GARDEN? 

TIER'S QUARRY RECEIVES AWARD 

FALL IS GOOD SEASON TO LANDSCAPE YARD 

LANGUAGE 

SEE ALSO CURSING ^^ Aunu ^ c 

SEE ALSO ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

SEE ALSO GOBBLEDYGOOK 

m w ar\ GR^MAR 

SEE ALSO INSTITUTE OF HUMAN COMMUNICATION 

SEE ALSO SLANG 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN SPEECH PATTERNS 

SEE ALSO SPEECH PATHOLOGY 

SEE ALSO SPORTS, QUOTES 

SEE ALSO WRITING 

TITLES GETTING 'CURIOUSER' 

NAMES OF INFAMY n 

SIMPLE LANGUAGE NEEDED 

^^TVC^E 1 ^^ VOCABULARY - AND EMOTIONS 
ADD TO VOCABULARY 

LAW3U fANGUAG^KJSDlsS HELPS STEER PEOPLE ACROSS CULTURAL BARRIERS 

LANSING, MICHIGAN 

SEE ALSO MICHIGAN „ _^ 

WHAT ABOUT LIBERTY PROMISED BY PLEDGE? 

LAOCOON *87 

SEE ALSO SCULPTURE 

ffifLS?F& BILL (OR PIT, IN **** 

^K^^'LATOO^^ILL BE DEDICATED AT 2 P.M. TOMORROW... 
SCHOOL RAISES MONEY — AND SPIRITS 
SCULPTURE DAMAGED 

LAOS 



S I T 

N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
S 2 



7/20/1988 A 
8/05/1988 A 
9/16/1988 A 
9/23/1988 A 
11/14/1988 A 



10 
1 
4 

4 
1 



N 

N Vll 

L 

L 

N F53 



S 2 10/11/1988 A 6 N W82 
H 2 3/24/1988 B 1 P N N36 
H 2 11/18/1988 DUN 



H 
H 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

S 



4/20/1988 B 
4/26/ 1988 A 
5/08/1988 
5/18/1988 
6/18/1988 
6/27/1988 
7/12/1988 
8/25/1988 B 
10/14/1988 B 



F H45 
N 046 
P S76 
N M70 
N M70 
U L41 
N L90 
N 
N 



H 


2 7/27/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/01/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/30/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/31/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


R 


2 9/24/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 9/26/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 10/03/1988 B 


1 D U G78 


H 


2 12/29/1988 A 


4 E 



H 2 9/27/1988 C 1 P N K65 



H 2 9/03/1988 A 4 E 



4/22/1988 C 
4/25/1988 A 
5/02/1988 A 
5/05/1988 D 
5/10/1988 B 
10/17/1988 C 



N U82 
N N36 
L 

P L38 
U W15 
P S76 



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ACTIVISTS FOR WAS CAPTURED IN LAOS 

RELATIVES TRYING TO GET N.C. WOMAN RELEASED FROM LAOS 

FOUR OTHER AMERICANSTO CONTINUE MISSION 

TWO POW ACTIVISTS FROM N.C. ARE STILL BEING HELD IN LAOS 

ACTIVISTS FOR MIAS PUT REWARD OFFERSIN HQOTSRWER 

2 MIA ACTIVISTS FROM N.C. MISSING AFTER ENTERING LAOS 

N.C. PAIR IN LAOS NOT HQJ^BY U.S. OFFICIALS "" SAMPLEY 

tt BfRUninBUR IffiPm LAOS NOT BEING MISTREATED 

F^ffiwA^-^^^lii J&S^R MIA MISSION 
tKeLSHElHn LAOS TAKE DIFFERENT PATHS TO SAME! VU* amm 

mranK sk £&£ va«ssr& sr^r 

FORMER WAR PRISONER SAYS EFFORT BY TAR HEELS IN LAOS DOES HARM 

2 FROM N.C. DETAINED IN THAILAND 

HOMECOMING OF TWO MIA-POU ACTIVISTS DELAYED^ 

THAILAND RETURNS PASSPORTS OF TWO MIA-POU ACTIVISTS 

TWO POW-MIA ACTIVISTS BACK HOME 

^SS^^SS&^&SSeB HUGE REWARD FOR RESCUE OF POWS 

"" L A^YS°NErA«RICAN DANCE FESTIVAL A BIRTHPUTC 
MCE FESTIVAL SUPPORTERS TO HAVE 'SPECIAL' EVENING 
DANCE FESTIVAL ALUMNI YVES MUSARD RETURNS 
DANCE FESTIVAL CONCERTS CHANGED _ 

LUBOVITCH COMPANY 6IVES SMOOTH, CLASSY PERFORMANCE 
LAR LUBOVITCH DANCE COMPANY REFRESHING 
UNCHOREOGRAPHED DESCENT 

LARCENY 

SEE ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ROBBERY, U.S. 

LAR6EM0UTH BASS 

SEE ALSO BASS FISHING 

SAl/wATCR THREATENS FISHING BUSINESS 
SALTY SOUND OUSTS BASS 

1 ARKSPUR 

RARE FLOWER IN DURHAM NEARLY HAS BRUSH WITH DEATH 

LASALLE PARTNERS 

CHARLOTTE TOWER TRADED 

LASALLE UNIV. SPORTS, BAStOHBALL^ 
SEE LA SALLE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

LASER SURGERY 
SEE ALSO LASERS 

SE MEDICAL 'SUPER GLUE' RESTORES MAN'S SIGHT 
LASER ZAPS KIDNEY, BILE DUCT STONES 
LASER SURGERY CAN RESTORE DOGS' SIGHT 
LASER HELPS EYE PATIENTS 

LASERS 

SEE ALSO HOLOGRAMS 

SEE ALSO LASER SURGERY 

SEE ALSO STAR WARS (MILITARY PROGRAM) 

NOREHEAD LIGHTS UP WITH 'LASER GENESIS' 

TOP LASER SCIENTIST TO JOIN DUKE 

LASER BEAMS, ROBOT OPEN NEW MARRIOTT HOTEL ON 1-40 



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S 


] 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 10/05/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 10/06/1988 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 10/06/1988 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 10/07/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/08/1988 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 10/09/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/10/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/16/1988 A 


15 


N 


H 


1 10/18/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 10/20/1988 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 10/22/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/23/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


1 10/25/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/29/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 11/12/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/13/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/13/1988 B 


1 P N G09 


S 


2 11/15/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 11/16/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 11/17/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/19/1988 D 


5 P N 


S 


2 11/21/1988 A 


4 


U 


H 


2 12/21/1988 D 


12 


N 


S 


2 6/09/1988 D 


1 P F B71 


CHH 1 7/04/1988 (■ 


8 P N 


H 


2 7/05/1988 A 


1 


N W66 


H 


2 7/07/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 7/08/1988 C 


1 


R L59 


S 


2 7/08/1988 B 


4 P R B71 


H 


2 7/14/1988 A 


4 


L 



S 2 7/19/1988 B 6 P P 
H 2 10/24/1988 B 6 N 
S 2 10/25/1988 A 12 N 



S 2 6/30/1988 C 1 P N H02 
H 2 10/23/1988 F 1 N 



H 2 3/18/1988 C 6 N D80 

H 2 4/03/1988 B 9 N B80 

H 2 5/03/1988 A 11 N 

H 2 9/12/1988 B 1 N D80 



H 2 2/02/1988 B 5 U W66 
H 2 3/05/1988 C 1 N _ 
H 2 6/10/1988 B 12 P N U29 



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S I T 
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C -PG L P 



BYL 



FINAL IRONY REWARDS A LONG SIT WITH 'THE LAST EMPEROR* 

THE LAST TEMPTATION OF CHRIST (FILM) 
PROTEST FILM ABOUT CHRIST 
STOP BLASPHEMOUS MOVIE 

^TtO^Sfc NO! I'M BOYCOTTING.., 
MEET 'TEMPTATION' HEAD-ON _ 
CHURCH MEMBERS PROTEST CHRIST FILM 
REVELATION ON TEMPTATION 

a SSFffifi MBSBMT 

GOSPa ACCORDING TO HOLLYWOOD! HE'S HUMAN, TOO 

FULL-ORBO) CHRISTIAN READY FOR BATTLE „, Lrrnn 

FILM IS NO 'TEMPTATION' FOR CHAPEL HILL PROTESTERS 

•TEMPTATION' WAS GREAT 

AS FILM, TEMPTATION FAILS TO MAKE GRADE 

THE LAST TESTAMENT OF DR. MABUSE (FILM) _ 
LANG'S 'DR. MABUSE' ADEPT CRIME CLASSIC 

LATCHKEY CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE _ , ^„^ u 

ffiySP&aSEF krl^AHVE N.C. SENATE APPROVE 
SDWTEPANEL APPROVES BILL ON LEAKING STORAGE TANKS 
PROGRAMS ADO AT CHILDREN, ELDERLY 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN LANGUAGES 
TEACHER GIVES LIFE TO LATIN 

LAT Sffi«J3DWIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL INSTITUTE OF LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES 
SOVIET THREAT REAL IN LATIN AMERICA 

Sc^WaSSuMBTninE SLATES FESTIVAL OF LATIN AMERICAN FILMS 

COURSE AT DUKE TO EXPLORE SPARKS THAT IGNITED FIERY TANGO 

^S'S^I^ffi SfflW OF STORE REZONING 
COURT OVERTURNS COUNCIL'S ILLEGAL ACTION 

LAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO HUMOR 
LAUGHS IMPROVE LIFE 
THIS DAY'S DUTY*. LOVE AND LAUGH 

ITKMri) LAUGH? DO YOU HAVE TO BE HIT OVER THE HEAD TO COAX A SMILE?... 
MISERY IS SOMETHING TO BE LAUGHED ABOUT 

\ 61 £-n HTl I PARKWAY 

^JUDGE SAYS TOWN tfCNG IN BLOCKING ISUBDIVISION 

RESIDENTS PROTEST 'DEATH STAR' INTERCHANGE .AT MO 

THREE ROAD PROPOSALS WOULD DAMAGE DURHAM NEIGHBORHOOD 

CARRBORO OK'S UPDATED LIST ON ROAD PRIORITIES 

CHAfOHILL ROAD PROJECTS ON 'MOST PRESSING* LIST 

BOTANICAL GARDEN SEEKS BUFFER FOR TRAFFIC NOISE 

ROAD STUDY 'FORGETS' CARRBORO 

L ^PL^T0T0SE G R^ G ^ ffi MSIDENTS OF NEIGHBORHOOD 

U ^ I raa^*PLANS TO ACTIVATE PLANT NEAR LAURINBURG 
LAVINDER'S (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 



H 2 2/12/1988 D 2 P R S66 



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CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 



7/21/1988 
7/27/1988 
8/09/1988 
8/11/1988 
8/12/1988 
8/15/1988 
8/17/1988 
8/17/1988 
8/17/1988 
9/01/1988 
9/05/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/15/1988 
9/15/1988 
9/22/1988 
9/30/1988 



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T T R56 

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N Vll 

L 

L 

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N 

N 
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L 

N Vll 

L 
P R S66 



H 2 7/08/1988 D 5 R L59 



H 2 5/20/1988 C 1 N L40 

S 2 6/14/1988 C 4 N 

H 2 6/17/1988 BUN 

H 2 7/19/1988 B 10 N 



H 2' 10/29/1988 B 1 P U T32 



2/13/1988 A 
2/22/1988 A 
3/31/1988 C 
3/31/1988 D 
10/08/1988 B 



H 2 10/07/1988 C 
H 2 10/27/1988 A 



4 E 

4 L 

7 N U80 
7 P P 

5 N D80 



6 N L40 
4 L 



2 1/22/1988 B 

2 2/14/1988 D 

2 3/31/1988 A 

2 5/01/1988 E 

2 10/05/1988 A 



1 P F S27 

5 U G33 
7 P P K30 
1 T F Zll 

6 P F Zll 



3 
2 
2 
3 
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1/13/1988 B 
3/03/1988 B 
3/07/1988 A 
3/23/1988 B 
8/23/1988 A 
9/17/1988 A 



CHH 1 11/04/1988 A 3 



N U27 
N A54 
L 

N W27 
N K70 
N N70 
N Vll 



H 2 9/20/1988 C 2 N M70 



S 2 8/03/1988 A 6 N 



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POLICE LOG/THEFT INVESTIGATED 

LAW DAY nscnJUflNTF 

SUPREME COUR^LERK SAYS LAW PREVAILS IN GOVERNrtENT 
RBSONS BEHIND LAU DAY ARE IMPORTANT THROUGHOUT YEAR 
CHURCH HOLDS 'LAW DAY' SERVICE 

LAU ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM^ _ T _ 
SEE ALSO OUTSTANDING LAU ENFORCEMENT OFFICER 

SEE ALSO POLICE, N.C. 

JORDAN RANGERS NOW ARMED 

^StE^AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF LAU LIBRARIES 

S % S PLAN3^ I s1IpLY , D€MAND UITH LAU-UBRARY SCIENCE PROGRAM 

LAU SCHOOLS 

SEE LEGAL EDUCATION 

LAU WEEK 

MAYOR PROCLAIMS THIS LAU UEEK 

FREE LEGAL ADVICE TO BE GIVEN AT MALL 

LAWN HOMERS 

SEE ALSO GRASS (LAUN) 
JUST A TRIM _ ^ 

CUSTOM HOLDERS AWARDED NEARLY ♦750,000 
HONDA PLANS EXPANSION IN ALAMANCE 
♦HEY, GUYS!' 

DUKE DOCTORS REATTACH VIRGINIA BOY'S FINGERS 
DUKE DOCTORS REATTACH 10-YEAR-OLD'S FINGERS 
MOWERS, GRILLS CAN CAUSE FIRES 
LAUN CARE BECOMES BIG BUSINESS 
LAUN MOWER SEVERS 2-YEAR-OLD'S LEG 
ALL IN A DAY'S UORK 

POLICE LOG/HIT-AND-RUN MOWER DAMAGES 3 CARS 
STATE IS DOING LOUSY JOB MOWING HIGHWAYS 
CLEAN EAST MAIN 
STATE SLIGHTS DURHAM 

LAWS, N.C. 

SEE N.C, LAWS 

LAWS, U.S. (ANTIQUATED) 

CONSTITUTION GOES UP IN SMOKE 

LAWSUIT DAMAGE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE RATES __ 
SEE ALSO LIABILITY INSURANCE 

^tfW^SocroM MALPRACTICE SUITS AWAY FROM COURTS 

N.C. LAUYERS CRITICIZE AMA PLAN 
FAYETTEVILLE WILL PAY OVER »1 MILLION IN SUIT 
CATOIDATESFOR LT. GOVERNOR DIVIDED ON CIVIL JUSTICE CHANGE 
4 AWARDED FOR PROPERTY 'TAKEN' BY CITY 
♦4.2 MILLION PAID FOR TORT CLAIMS 

FEDERAL 1 ^ RULES HOTEL LIABLE IN ATTACK ON GUESTS 
STATE PAYS «44,299.81 TO SETTLE SUIT 
♦1.5 MILLION SETTLEMENT ENDS WRECK SUIT 
GIRL, 14, TO RECEIVE ♦840,000 FOR INJURIES 
LIABILITY INSURANCE CRISIS STILL NEEDS ACTION 
BADLY BURNED YOUTH AWARDED Wj4 MILLION , rADTnnlJ% 
STILL ANGRY?! OF COURSE I'M STILL ANGRY! (CARTOON) 
WHERE'S MY ♦400,000? 



CHH 1 6/10/1988 A 7 N 



H 2 5/03/1988 A 

H 2 5/03/1988 A 

S 2 5/04/1988 A 

H 2 5/23/1988 D 



4 L 

12 N R53 

4 L 

5 N K51 



CHH 1 8/21/1988 A 1 N S63 



H 2 8/27/1988 C 1 N N36 



S 2 5/04/1988 A 9 N 
S 2 5/06/1988 A 16 N B53 



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2/03/1988 C 
3/22/1988 A 
3/23/1988 A 
5/12/1988 C 
5/30/1988 A 
5/31/1988 B 
6/08/1988 B 
6/21/1988 A 
7/25/1988 B 
8/11/1988 A 
9/14/1988 B 
9/21/1988 A 
10/11/1988 A 
10/17/1988 A 
10/18/1988 A 



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N S82 

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P L38 

N 

N 

N M51 

N T44 

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P S73 

P B90 

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1/14/1988 

1/21/1988 

1/27/1988 

3/31/1988 

4/04/1988 

4/06/1988 

4/09/1988 

4/14/1988 

5/10/1988 _ 

5/30/1988 B 

6/02/1988 A 

6/10/1988 C 

6/17/1988 A 

6/17/1988 A 



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E 
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N 
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CEREBRAL PALSY VICTIM TO GET MO HILLION 

$1?03HILLI0N JUDGMENT UPHELD IN BIRTH-DEFECTS LAWSUIT 

JURY AWARDS INJURED NAN $800,000 

$200,000 AWARDED IN QUICK-DRAW CASE 

JUDGE UPHOLDS BURLINGTON MAN'S LIBEL AWARD >mwe 

ASTRONAUT'S WIDOW. THOSE RESPONSIBLE SHOULD FACE JUSTICE 

FEE SOILS LEGAL PROFESSION 

LIGGETT VERDICT WRONG, 3JWBSW 

WIDOW Of SHUTTLE PILOT STILL SUPPORTIVE 

$1 MILLION DUKE JUDGMENT THROWN OUT 

HAN hHHD MBQQjMO IN SUIT AGAINST FORMER PATROLMAN 11A#HinilTA 

JW AWARDS WILKES CO. PLAINTIFF $3.3 MILLION IN SUIT AGAINST WACHOVIA 

JURY AWARDS FIVE WOMEN $3.85 MILLION IN SEXUAL HARASSMENT CASE 

SEX HARASSMENT AWARD SENDS MESSAGE 

FAMILY AWARDED $1.2 HILLION IN MAN'S DEATH 

JUDGE ORDERS PAIR TO PAY $85,000 IN SLANDER CASE ^^ mirTs 

WOtW WINSHERPES SUIT; $1 MILLION SETTLEMENT POSSIBLY LARGEST EVER... 

LAWYER SUSPENDED FOR KEEPING $75,000 

JURY AWARDS $180,000 IN LAWSUIT 

GIRL WHOLOST SIGHT TO GET MORE THAN $1.2 MILLION 

LAWSUITS, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ANTI-TRUST SUITS 
SEE ALSO CLASS ACTION SUITS 

m £1 SSI K'JHFbn KZDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, LAWSUITS 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO LIBEL ^ 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., LAWSUITS -—»-«- 

SIS! &WnfcSB»« FROM POLICE 

KiSiI' R fM P^SItTn&E BUSINESS SCHOOL AT NKE 
POLICE ESCORT, GUARD NCCU TRUSTEE 

C^TllSMISSES L ffilNTf & COUNTY OFFICIAL (CORRECTED 2-26-88) 

LAWSUIT^INDEX COMPUTERIZAnON COMING FOR CLERK OF COURT CARR 

DURHAM FIRM COULD GET $1 MILLION IN SUIT 

LAWYER- JOURNALIST CHARNS TAKES FBI TO COURT 

PARENT PLANS LEGAL ACTION 

SUSPENDED CHEWNING STUDENTS TAKE CASE JO COURT 

SUSPENDED STUDENTS ASK COURT ORDER TO RETURN TO CLASS 

TWO STUDENTS DENIED RIGHTS, FATHER SAYS ^^ 

SUSPENDED CHEWNING PUPILS' BID TO RETURN TO SCHOOL IS BLOCKED 

BINGO OPERATORS SUE TO PREVENT PROSECUTION 

B-I-N-G-0! OASIS DISPUTE AWAITS JUDGE'S CALL 

CITY LOSES IN ZONING COURT CASE _ 

CUSTOM HOLDERS AWARDED fCARLY $750,000 

CITY MAY MULL APPEAL OF REZONING DECISION 

'FREE BINGO' BYPASSES FAIRNESS IN SOLICITATION 

HERITAGE SQUARE INVESTOR WINS JUDGMENT FOR $12,000 

DURHAM BINGO OPERATORS MAY FACE ARREST 

JUDGE DENIES OASIS BINGO EXEMPTION FROM LAW 

THE GAMES GO ON, DESPITE THE ODDS 

SHERIF WATCHFUL FOR BINGO VIOLATIONS 

JUDGE DENIES NEW TRIAL „ m 

4 AWARDED FOR PROPERTY 'TAKEN' BY CITY 

BANK ROBBER SUES CITY, POLICE SERGEANT 

CITY COUNCIL SHOULD ADMIT ZONING ERROR 

BINGO CLUB MOVES, AWAITS COURT RULING 

LAWYER SUES OATES; CLAIMS FRAUD 

COURT ORDERS HEARING ON DURHAM SIGN LAW „^ TV , AL „ 
APPEALS COURT REOPENS SUIT AGAINST CITY SIGN ORDINANCE 



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7/21/1988 A 
8/03/1988 B 
8/03/1988 B 
8/27/1988 C 
8/30/1988 A 
8/31/1988 B 
9/02/1988 A 
9/04/1988 A 
9/05/1988 A 
9/07/1988 A 
9/24/1988 B 
9/30/1988 B 
10/11/1988 B 
10/18/1988 C 
10/19/1988 A 
10/22/1988 B 
10/27/1988 A 
11/12/1988 B 
12/07/1988 B 
12/24/1988 D 



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1/06/1988 B 
1/30/1988 D 
1/30/1988 C 
1/31/1988 B 
2/05/1988 B 
2/07/1988 B 
2/11/1988 D 
2/18/1988 C 
2/25/1988 B 
2/25/1988 A 
2/26/1988 A 
2/28/1988 B 
3/03/1988 B 
3/10/1988 B 
3/15/1988 A 
3/16/1988 A 
3/16/1988 
3/18/1988 
3/18/1988 
3/18/1988 
3/20/1988 
3/22/1988 
3/22/1988 
3/22/1988 
3/23/1988 .. 
3/23/1988 B 
3/23/1988 A 
3/24/1988 
3/24/1988 
3/24/1988 
3/30/1988 
3/31/1988 
4/02/1988 
4/04/1988 
4/04/1988 
4/09/1988 
4/18/1988 



U T30 

N 

N S82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 



1 P N L40 



7 
6 
6 
2 
18 
3 
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N 

N 

N 

N 

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N 

N S82 

N 



4/19/1988 B 



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4 
1 
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3 
15 
3 
1 
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1 
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N S82 
N 

N B53 
N 

N S82 
N S82 
U L41 
N S92 
N 
N 
N 

N S82 
N S82 
N S82 
N J40 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
N S82 
N 
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N S51 
N B85 
N S82 
N S32 
N B53 
N 

N S82 
N B53 
E 
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N S82 
N 
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SUBJECTS 



FORMER SWINE CLUB POTENTATE ORDERED TO PAY CORPORATION 

F^KSireB^D IN RED ROOF INN LAWSUIT 
BECISION^CTEDIN WEEKS ON RED ROOF INN REZONING 

ffiBtfB^*8E$8?« CHAPEL HILL 
COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL IN ABC SUIT 

^SKWffi^ ZONING IS APPEALED 
TENANTS LOSE ROUND IN TREYBURN EVICTION CASE 

LAWSUIT CHARGES SEXUAL HARASSMENT m „ M 

IBHHEADS TO COURT TO FIGHT DURHAM ANNEXATION 

SUITS WON'T AFFECT CITY BUDGET u 

3 LAWSUITS DELAYING CITY RTP ANNEXATION 

^^l^^^i^^WVaKim law 

affiSffpSSr 1 ?® WX&& COJNTY, STATE ELECTION BOARDS 
S^^^TG^AWAY COPIES OF PAPER 
WfB^SSf&S UMm LOSSES, THEFTS 
ffi&U£ U«W JEOP^DY 

fflM 1 !^ E^ PL ffi7il B KSsHAL 

TREBLED FIR^EAVES TOWN WITH SUITS ON ITS HEELS 

CASE SHOULD BE IN CRIMINAL COURT 

sfcRETCONTRACT N.C. SFBTOMPUTER GLITCH 

HB&'HHi &3g^^W ON ANNEXATION 
AMBULANCE SERVICE UNION FILES SUIT AGAINST GENERAL 
MAN LOSES SUIT VS. HERALD CO. 

^^^T W AC^ , & L C flLffi c HU| r .8 AFFECTION 
HERALD JOINS SUIT OVER COMPUTER CENTER RECORDS 
CITY DELAYS ANNEXING AREA NEAR RTP 

^^S^S^^S^&m CLUB 

i%$E^&g&8S* LICENCE LAWSUIT _ 
SOCIAL SERVICES DIRECTOR SAYS LAWSUIT CHARGES INACCURATE 

WJU&WUnh FOCUS OF LAWSUIT 

LAWSUITS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ANTI-TRUST SUTTC 

SEE ALSO CLASS ACTION SUITS 

SEE ALSO COMPARATIVE FAULT CLAIMS SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO LIBEL 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO PRISONERS, N.C, LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, LAWSUITS 

^E^^ria'fiDOTa.flOO. LAWSUIT CLAIMS 

sT^^sK f&ll 1 i^tSout OF COURT 

RAILWAY SUES OVER FIERY ACCIDENT 

ALBEMARLE COUNCIL ELECTION DISPUTE APPEARS RESOLVED 
APPEALS COURT STAYS RELEASE OF $1.4 MILLION 
GOVTOWR (WISES POSSIBILITY DEMOCRATS FINANCING SUIT 
INCINERATOR'S NEIGHBORS FILE LAWSUIT 
SUn HEARING CANCELED DUE TO SNOW 



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4/20/1988 
4/20/1988 
4/28/1988 
4/29/1988 
4/29/1988 
5/25/1988 
6/03/1988 . 
6/11/1988 B 
6/21/1988 C 
6/30/1988 B 
7/05/1988 A 
7/08/1988 
7/08/1988 
7/08/1988 
7/11/1988 
7/11/1988 
7/13/1988 
7/14/1988 
7/14/1988 - 
7/15/1988 B 
7/20/1988 B 
7/23/1988 A 
8/02/1988 A 
8/04/1988 A 
8/10/1988 A 
8/21/1988 B 
8/31/1988 C 
9/07/1988 C 
9/09/1988 C 
9/13/1988 B 
9/15/1988 A 
10/02/1988 A 
10/02/1988 A 
10/05/1988 B 
10/05/1988 B 
10/06/1988 B 
10/06/1988 B 
10/12/1988 C 
10/13/1988 B 
10/15/1988 C 
10/26/1988 A 
11/03/1988 A 
11/14/1988 A 
12/01/1988 C 
12/07/1988 B 
12/12/1988 A 
12/13/1988 D 
12/13/1988 D 
12/15/1988 C 



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N M70 
N R53 
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N M06 
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N S51 
N H70 
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N M06 
N 
N 
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N P41 
N H65 
N S92 
N S51 
N 

N S82 
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N L40 
N 

N U82 
L 

N 046 
N K65 
N S51 
N R53 
N S51 
N C60 
N B53 
N 

N S82 
N A54 
M N H70 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
P N S82 
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2 1/03/1988 A 12 N 

2 1/04/1988 A 14 N 

1 1/07/1988 B 1 N 

2 1/08/1988 B 4 N 
2 1/09/1988 C 12 N 
2 1/12/1988 B 8 N 
2 1/14/1988 B 5 P N 
2 1/16/1988 D 4 N 
1 1/16/1988 C 1 N 



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BMJBBUUKK . - 

SSK ^^ul^ui^^cKUeville for not... 

PaIe gSM? Sffi MlLLE WINS AGAIN, BUT PROBATE BATTLE... 
WATKINS WINS ROUND IN DISPUTE OVER FEE 
LAWSUIT FILED OVER DEATH AT NURSING HOME 
SUITS FILED IN ROXBORO CONCERNING ARROWOOD 
PERSON OFFICIALS HOPE ARROWOOD CAN REOPEN 

ErS Wg^a&$%^£$^ mm arrowood bonds 

COUPLE SUES AGENCY OVER MARRIAGE LAW ^^ 
FILING DELAYED FOR GRANVILLE BOARD ELECTION 
PTOTECTION URGED FOR DIRECTORS ^ CORPORATIONS 
ATTORNEY GENERAL KEEPS TABS ON BUSINESS ADS 
APPEALS COURT ORDERS TRIAL ON LAWSUIT 

CAR? COPljfFiafnNG HALL DEVELOPER OVER ROAD ACCESS 

FEDERAL^'SORDER LIMITS VOTING ELECTIONS FOR BOARD IN GRANVILLE 

BURLINGTON SCHOOLS SUING OVER ASBESTOS 

COURT UPHOLDS AWARD OF $62,500 ^ „„_ 

NURSE WHO LOST HER JOB DUE TO INJURY SUES STATE 

THREE DEMOCRATS FILE FOR GRANVILLE BOARD 

PEPPER CROP LOSS RESULTS IN LAWSUIT _^ 

TWO INSURANCE COMPANIES SUE CHAPEL HILL FIRM 

hDIORlWoFWEBJviLijI APARTMENT BLAST STILL VIVID 

SUIT AGAINST CHRISTIAN TV PRESIDENT SETTLED _„. rm , 

P^OTSSUE TO IWLT CONTRACT BETWEEN ORION AIR, EASTERN 

BOOT SEEKS DISMISSAL OFSUIT BY FLORIDIAN RESIDENTIAL HOPEFUL 

CT^^T^AF^L^C^RS^WAY^SlS SUIT ULjPJM 
CMTHAMMAN THREOTDfi LAWSUIT AGAINST 3 BOARDS FOR ELECTION BIAS 
LAWSUIT AOUSKNIGHTCLUB OWNER OF DISCRIMINATION 

VICTIMS 1 ^ 3-WH£^AT^HISHAPS REPRESENTED BY RALEIGH ATTORNEY 

VICTIM OF 'BATTED SPOUSE SYNDROME' TO GET NEW TRIAL 

FEDERAL COURT RULES MOTEL LIABLE IN ATTACK ON GUESTS 

CIVILLAWSJIT BEGINS WITHOUT DEFENDANTS IN DRUNK DRIVING CASE 

STATE PAYS $244,299.81 TO SETTLE SUIT 

COURT REFUSES t6 HALT GRANVILLE BOARD PRIMARY 

MAN SAYS BROTHER KILLED BECAUSE OF CLERK'S NEGLIGENCE 

ELECTION AGREEMENT FOR CASWELL APPROVED 

JUDGE ASKED TO DISQUALIFY HIMSELF 

FOERALCOURT SAYS IT CAN'T HANDLE SUITW POUS 

GTCDSBORO INDUSTRIES FOR BUND PLANS MEETING OVER COMPLAINTS 

COURT TO REVIEW N.C. BIAS SUIT 

ATTORNEYS NOT PREPARED FOR N.C. BIAS RULING 

INDEtSdENT WILL SUE STATE SENATOR OVER STOLEN PAPERS 

RIC««NDCLAIMS NASCAR RUINED CAREER, "LJSLAUSUIT 

CAbCeTV DISPUTE IN MORGANTON REACHES SUPREME COURT 

COWS LAWSUIT MAY BE TEST OF AIDS VICTIMS' XB RIGHTS 

DRIVER OFGASOLINE TANKER INDICTED IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

J, P. STEVENS SUIT DROPPED— FOR A PRICE 

FAINTING INCIDENT g^JLTS IN LAWSUIT 

$1.5 MILLION SETTLEMENT ENDS WRECK SUIT 

TOWN WANTS TO OWN CABLE TV 

COURT HEARS MORGANTON CABLE TV CASE 

Lm B TRK S LfnrSoUT FEDERAL APPOINTMENT OPENS 

VA. MAN DEFENDS HIMSELF IN LIBEL SUIT 

FEDErS. COURT JURY BEGINS DELIBERATIONS IN LIBEL TRIAL „„ MMr 

SatTO^ROBELJUTJGMENT COULD CHILL RIGHT TO PETITION GOVERNMENT 

OWASA BOARD OKS $75,000 FOR DEFENSE IN PATENT SUIT 

GIRL, 14, TO RECEIVE $840,000 FOR INJURIES 

SOME FEAR LIBEL AWARD WILL CUT LETTERS TO OFFICIALS 

GOLF GAME LEADS TO LAWSUIT _ 

MEBANE COUPLE SUES OVER USE OF PESTICII£_ ai ^ iit 

THOHASVILLE MARKETING PLAN DRAWS DISCOUNTERS' LAWSUIT 

LAWSUIT FILED OVER FEB. 19 PLANE CRASH 



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1/23/1988 
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2/26/1988 C 
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3/16/1988 D 
3/17/1988 A 
3/29/1988 C 
3/31/1988 A 
3/31/1988 
4/02/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/09/1988 
4/14/1988 , 
4/14/1988 D 
4/15/1988 C 
4/16/1988 A 
4/16/1988 C 
4/17/1988 A 
4/20/1988 B 
4/21/1988 C 
4/26/1988 
4/26/1988 
4/27/1988 
4/30/1988 
5/02/1988 .. 
5/05/1988 B 
5/05/1988 A 
5/06/1988 B 
5/06/1988 C 
5/10/1988 
5/10/1988 
5/12/1988 
5/14/1988 
5/17/1988 _ 
5/19/1988 B 
5/20/1988 C 
5/22/1988 A 
5/24/1988 B 
5/30/1988 B 
5/31/1988 B 
6/05/1988 A 
6/08/1988 B 
6/10/1988 B 
6/10/1988 C 



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N T33 
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1 N T33 

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SUBJE 



BADLY BURNED YOUTH AWARDED *9.6 MILLION 

W^^^^i^^L&menc TESTING 

W^m'W&Sffi&n* c* kalership 
fla. woman sues after home and honey given to ministry 

SUPERINTENDENTS' PACTS INVALIDATED ^. lTlir . ,__ _ A „ 

APPEALS COURT HEARS UNPRECEDENTED GRWWILLE VOTE CASE 

35a DISMISSES LAWYER'S SUIT AGAINST PUBLISHER 

BACKER'S BUY-BACK PLAN REQUIRES DROPPED LAWSUIT 

BLACK LEADER SUES SILER CITY OVER ELECTIONS LAWS 

ANSON FATHER, 68. CHARGED WITH SLAYING SON - N.C. BRIEFS 

POWER AGENCY CHARGES CPU. VIOLATED CONTRACT 

SILK CmOFFICIAL DENIES TOWN MOVING™ SLOWLY ON REFORM 

APPEALS COURT OVERTURNS BAILEY IN MOREHEAD LAND SPAT 

HARDBACK SETTLES TRADEMARK DISPUTE 

UNC TO FIGHT PAYING NEWSPAPER *30,000 

COURT BACKS COUNTIES ON TAX FORMULAS 

JUDGE RULES ON THOMASVILLE SUIT 

FULANI BACKER WAGES FIGHT AGAINST ODDS 
FIRM ADMITS NEGLIGENCE IN BUS CRASH 

8&gWWR£ BSSStiSBP^T CHEMICALS IMAGED HEALTH 
THORNBURG BLASTS CHARGES BY REPUBLICAN CHALLENGER 
JUDGEJNEW PARTY CAN BE ON DURHAM BALLOT impr 
THIRD PARTY PAIR CAN RUN FOR COUNTY BOARD- JUDGE 
FIRED POLICE OFFICER SUES TOWN OF CLINTC*< ^ m 

iinnflruu vl says let « ^ 

!^ ^ IL sMs C J)cVSRM I Kn^ SERVICES 

STATE SEEKS TO PREVENT RETURN OF FIRED OFFICIAL 

COURT REFUSES TO EXPAND SHIELD AGAINST DISMISSAL 

BLUE CROSS SUES FIRM FOR $200,000 nmmmmk ^^ ^ u 

HAN AWARDED *500,000 IN SUIT AGAINST FORMER PATROLMAN _ _„_ 

DBWCRATS^'HIT LIST' CHARGE DRAWS COMPLAINT FROM ATTORNEY GENERAL 

JURYAWARDS WILKES CO. PLAINTIFF $3.3 MILLION IN SUIT AGAINST WACHOVIA 

PROSECUTOR SUES CHARIJJTTE IjpUMSES 

N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER MYSTERY COST UNFILED 

N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER MYSTERY COST UNVEILED 

JUDGE REJECTS GOP'S ATTEMPT TO STOP 7 JUDICIAL ELECTIONS 

COURT REJECTS PRIVACY BASIS FOR SUITS 

TOP COURT GETS N.C. DISCRIMINATION CASE _ _„_ 

JURY AWARDS FIVE WOMEN «3.85 MILLION IN SEXUAL HARASSMENT CASE 

HJSIICSSMAN SAYS COMPETITOR SPURRED SUIT BY STATE AGENCY 

WOMAN'S SUIT BLAMES MISCARRIAGE ON FOOD 

SEX HARASSMENT AWARD SENDS MESSAGE 

GRANVILLE VOTING APPEALUP IN AIR rvBlr ^ Tm 

EARLY DECISION IN RECORDS CASE NOT EXPECTED 

89 GREENSBORO POLICEMEN SEEK OVERTIME PAY 

m^nPKXBWffOi IffiloToF NUCLEAR BLASTS... 

Ml! ^AnTn^Tn.Y, 'PYRAMID' LAWSUIT 

SUnS FILED IN JAN. 18 EXPLOSION 

WAKE ESTATE SUES VA HOSPITAL 

RAND TO FILE LIBEL SUIT AGAINST GARDNER 

RAND SAYS HE'LL SUE GARDNER OVER AD 

RAND FILES LAWSUIT AGAINST GARDNER 

MleTM ^GA^Ws HIM 'BABY' AND W 

SUIT COULD CHANGE POtiCY ON LOW-INCOME HOUSING 

STATE AND FISHERMEN SUING OVER KING MACKEREL SEASON 

FAMILY SUES OVER WOMAN'S DEATH 

2 FILE LAWSUITS AFTER SHOOTING SPREE 

STONEVILLE FURNITURE GETS MORE BAD NEWS 

N.C. CHEATING SUIT COULD REWRITE STANDARDS^ 

♦FOREIGN' FOODS TRIGGER LAWSUITS IN CHATHAM COUNTY 



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6 P N 


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2 6/15/1988 B 


6 


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2 6/16/1988 A 


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1 6/17/1988 C 


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2 6/18/1988 A 


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N S63 


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2 7/20/1988 A 


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2 9/30/1988 B 


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2 9/30/1988 C 


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2 10/07/1988 B 


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2 10/10/1988 C 


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2 10/11/1988 B 


6 


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6 


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1 10/13/1988 B 


3 


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2 10/18/1988 C 


2 


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1 10/19/1988 C 


1 


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2 10/20/1988 C 


2 


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2 10/20/1988 C 


3 


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2 10/22/1988 B 


3 


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2 10/25/1988 A 


12 


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2 10/26/1988 C 


1 


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2 10/27/1988 D 


6 


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2 10/29/1988 C 


6 


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2 10/31/1988 A 


12 


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2 U/04/1988 A 


2 


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2 11/05/1988 A 


1 P N 


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2 11/07/1988 A 


2 


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2 11/07/1988 C 


4 


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2 11/08/1988 A 


12 P N 


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2 11/08/1988 B 


10 


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2 11/11/1988 B 


4 


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2 11/11/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 


1 11/18/1988 B 


13 


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/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJE 



COURT ORDERS NEW TRIALS IN SLAYING 

SSS^fS^S^^^EL. UNGUAL PUNISmENP 
RALEIGH HAN FACES SUIT IN DURHAM CREDIT SCAM 

PK^ZE^SSi ^ F&GHTCLUB 

^alsoTcI Sal hospital, lawsuits 

^JU&tVffi HISW *& CHAPEL HILL CENTER HOVE 

$BERLY OPPONENTS WAIVE APPEAL OF DECISION ^^^ 
HOMEOWNERS SUE BUILDER IN DISPUTE OVER EQUIPMENT 
ANtoS RULING ONRED ROOF INN SITE TO BE tfTCALED 
JUDGE SAYS TOWNURONG IN BLOCKING SUBDIVISION 

SIWMrailloff iffi S^ SUBDIVISION SUIT 
J*Y SAYSCHAPEL HILL MUST PAY 159,500 FOR DOCTOR'S PROPERTY 
WIDOW OF URKKVICTIM SUES DRIVER OF CAR FOR DAMAGES 
COUNTY SUESTO STOP DUMPING BY RESIDENT 

g^SlgS&MBffi* DUKE PLAYER 
M/mffMMHKff'$ SUE TO STAY OUT OF CHAFE... 

Slffe«^^^ HILL 
SURGEONSAYS H^TCRECTOMY OF 11-YEAR-OLD GIRL NECESSARY 
LAWSUITS COULD BE MERGED FOR TRIAL 

hear! warn toe art of getting along 

JUDGE TO RULE ON ANNEXATION CONFLICT TODAY 

MS ^WSlEM ACCUSES LAWYER OF BATING 

K'c^Fffl^CO^Tir^I^R^, SUPT. SAYS 

SMS ^^^n\^A* POSSIBLY LARGEST EVER... 

gjfT SSPS 88 ffi^F^FO^POSTER CHILD 
CITIZENS GROUP DROPS THREAT OF SUIT 
JANUS-TREE HOUSE LOSES SITE OPTION 
OUASA OKS MORE FUNDS FOR PATENT SUIT __ 

SUPERIOR COORT JURY TO SETTLE BRITT DISPUTE 

TH&E SeAS^ARGETED FOR CHAPEL HILL ANNEXATION 

UOttN T^FIESAGAIN IN SUITAGAINST FORMER BROTHER-IN-LAU 

LAWYERSQUESTION WOMAN ABOUT HORSE FARM BUSINESS DEALINGS 

nmmwiL «* ««» 

EUROPA CONTRACTOR FILES LAWSUIT FOR PAY 

LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ANTI-TRUST SUITS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO CLASS ACTION SUITS 

SEE ALSO FORD MOTOR CO. 

SEE ALSO GASOLINE TANKS 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 
SEE ALSO SUBPOENAS t , wmimmm 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO, LAWSUITS 

SE VET¥^UAPLl™yiEWS ON LAWSUIT AGAINST U.S. 
CHUTZPAH IN HEAVY MAKEUP 
BUSINESS ACTIVITY UP DESPITE NOV^ttCLINE 
STATE BEGINS REWRITING BUSINESS CORPORATION ACT 
BAKKER SAYS SUIT FOR $52.8 MILLION IS PROPAGANDA 



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H 1 12/24/1988 C 


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S 2 12/28/1988 C 


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1/02/1988 B 


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N 080 


H 2 


1/05/1988 C 


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N U27 


H 2 


1/07/1988 C 


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1/12/1988 B 


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N W27 


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1/13/1988 B 


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H 2 


1/16/1988 B 


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1/26/1988 C 


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N U27 


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3/08/1988 B 


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3/12/1988 C 


3 


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3/12/1988 C 


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H 3 


3/16/1988 C 


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N W27 


H 2 


3/18/1988 B 


6 


N 080 


H 3 


5/14/1988 C 


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5/19/1988 A 


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5/25/1988 A 


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6/14/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


6/15/1988 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


6/29/1988 A 


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CHH 1 


7/23/1988 A 


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7/28/1988 A 


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CHH 1 


7/28/1988 A 


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CKH 1 


8/09/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


8/27/1988 A 


1 


N Vll 


CHH 1 


8/31/1988 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


9/01/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


H 2 


9/02/1988 C 


4 


N S32 


CHH 1 


9/20/1988 A 


3 P N H70 


CHH 1 10/04/1988 A 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


10/25/1988 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 10/27/1988 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


11/10/1988 A 


3 D N H90 


CHH 1 11/11/1988 A 




N H90 


CHH 1 


11/11/1988 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


11/24/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 11/24/1988 A 


3 


N L90 


CHH 1 


12/13/1988 A 


3 


N K90 


CHH 1 


12/14/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


12/14/1988 A 


2 


N H90 


CHH 1 


12/15/1988 A 


9 


N H90 


CHH 1 12/16/1988 


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CHH 1 


12/28/1988 A 


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CHH 1 12/29/1988 A 


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1/07/1988 A 
1/10/1988 B 
1/30/1988 A 
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COURT PANEL HEARS APPEAL OF POW SUIT 

CONGRESSMEN TO FILE SUIT AGAINST CENSUS BUREAU 

FUOUA-KODAK MERGER ON HOLD 

DISMISSAL ENDS $15 MILLION FATAL VISION SUIT 

SUITS FILED AGAINST N.C. FILM MAKER 

FORMER PTL LAUYER CALLS SUIT PUBLICITY STUNT 

FARMTO JOININLAWSUIT TO BLOCK BOLL UEEVIL PROGRAM 

ATTORNEYS NOT PREPARED FOR N.C. BIAS RULING 

LAWYER CRITICIZES RULING ON DEFENSE CONTRACTORS 

INJURED MAN HEADED FOR DUKE HOSPITAL SUES SAUDI ARABIA FOR TORTURE 

LAWSUIT FILED OVER DEATH IN CEILING COLLAPSE _ 

CALIFORNIA SUES 33 MAKERS, SELLERS OF TOBACCO ITB6 

HIGH COURT TO HEAR DURHAM LAWYER (CORRECTION PRINTED 11-4-88) 

EX-EMPLOYEE SUES CONE MILLS CORP. 

METROPOLITAN LIFE SUES RJR NABISCO 

K t ffilijKWKg? WED AGAINST CORP. BOARD 

LAWYERS. DURHAM 

<3T Hi tD ASK THE LAUYER DAY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION , 

SEE ALSO DURHAM YOUNG LAWYERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO PEOPLE'S LAW SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO PRIVATE DETECTIVES 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC DEFENDERS, DURHAM 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

VOLUNTEERS GIVE LEGAL HELP _„ iTn 

2 LAWYERS GET EARLY SUPPORT FOR JUDGESHIP 

LAWYER RECEIVES HONOR 

ABSENCE FROM ANOTHER ANGLE __ __ 

COST NOT ONLY ITEM I N PUB LIC DEFENDER ISSUE 

EX-LAWYER BLOESCH PREFERS POLICE WORK mib 

LAWYER TOLD TO QUIT PRACTICE UNTIL DUES PAID 

SWEARING IN OF LAWYERS SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY 

fflffif TO HEM DURHAM LAWYER (CORRECTION PRINTED 11-4-88) 

DURHAM LAWYERS SAY PRETRIAL DRUG TESTING VIOLATES RIGHTS 

LAWYERS, DURHAM, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 

SEE ALSO LEGAL ETHICS 

BAR DISCIPLINES DURHAM LAWYERS 
STATE BAR CENSURES 2 LAWYERS 

12 R ARRESTED E IN rafnMK DURHAM LAWYER, OTHER RESIDENTS... 

POLICE SEEK 3 FROM DURHAM ON COCAINE-RING CHARGES 

DEFENDANT OATES KNOWN AS BIG DEFENDER IN DRUG CASES 

LAWYER FACES BOND HEARING _ 

LAWYER OATES FREED ON $125,000 BOND m 

AFFIDAVITS HELP JAILED LAWYER OBTAIN BOND 

OATES WaTCpSETORATE^UAL; MOTION DENIED TO SUPPRESS WIRE TAPPING 

LAWYER INDICTED ON KIDNAPPING, ASSAULT CHARGES 

JUDGE REJECTS SEPARATE DRUG TRIAL FOR LAWYER 

SENTENCING SET IN DRUG STING; OATES SURRENDERS LAW LICENSE 

SENTENCING OF OATES, OTHERS IN COCAINE CASE SET FOR DEC. 19 

DURHAM LAWYER BARRED FROM USE OF TRUST FUND 

DEFENSE SEEKS OATES REFERENCES 

STATE DISBARS OATES, WEATHERSPOON 

OATES GETS 50 MONTHS FOR DRUGS _ _ _ m ^ 

DURHAM EX-IAWYER OATES SENTENCED TO 50 MONTHS 

EX-LAWYER, 3 OTHERS SENTENCED FOR ROLES IN DRUG CONSPIRACY 

LAWYERS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO COURT-APPOINTED LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DISTRICT ATTORNEYS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ACADEMY OF TRIAL LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 



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2 2/24/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 3/05/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 3/09/1988 C 


3 P N 


H 


2 3/17/1988 A 


20 


N 


H 


2 4/25/1988 B 


16 


N 


S 


2 4/26/1988 B 


7 


N 


s 


2 5/07/1988 B 


1 


U T30 


H 


1 6/29/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 9/28/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 9/28/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 10/01/1988 A 


8 


N 


S 


2 11/01/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 11/12/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 11/18/1988 B 


8 


N 


CHH 1 12/05/1988 f> 


7 


N 


H 


2 12/30/1988 C 


4 


NU80 



1/14/1988 D 
4/28/1988 C 
6/06/1988 B 
6/09/1988 A 
6/22/1988 A 
6/25/1988 A 
7/06/1988 B 
7/08/1988 C 
9/22/1988 B 
11/01/1988 A 
11/06/1988 A 



S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 



3/15/1988 B 

3/16/1988 C 

4/07/1988 

4/08/1988 

V08/1988 

4/09/1988 

4/11/1988 

4/12/1988 B 

4/12/1988 C 

4/21/1988 A 

9/06/1988 A 

9/07/1988 C 

9/15/1988 B 

10/06/1988 A 

10/07/1988 C 

10/21/1988 A 

11/05/1988 C 

11/17/1988 C 

12/19/1988 A 

12/20/1988 A 

12/20/1988 C 



N 
N 

N S82 
L 
L 
J 

N C47 
N S82 
N 

N B53 

N S82 



N B53 
N 

N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N 

N S82 
N 

N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N A54 
N S51 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 



I^uhbhu 



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SEE ALSO N.C. SUPREME COURT 

^E^ASS^^I^^IS^ C0NS*ER RIGHTS 
H V$k^m*W^™ ATTOtfCYS 

[ J ^YER R ^ITTING D JQB TO TAKE ALAMANCE RECYCLING POST 
•APPOINTED' LAWYERS SEEK MORE MONEY 

^BS^^^il^GRnvi*. ««gr skiers told 
nTcTlawyers targeting better MINORITY SERVICES 
DEATH ROW WORK 'KILLING LAWYERS' 
STUDENTS PASS STATE BAR EXAM 

%t^&^l^™K<$SB TO POOR IN CIVIL CASES 
PU^^YSSraTATCFSAT COURT HEARING LEFT HER SHAKEN _, 

tSazing ibSS jw* "uBK di&n*t hesitate to defend klansmen 

OHIFFJUSTICE RENEWING PUSH FOR HIGHER PAY 
f^$$%ffig?£%& FATING RIGHTS 

bK'-ffifflWWS-MSS XT™ 

HIGH POINT ATTORNEY GETS NATIONAL ATTENTION 
COURT REQUIRES LAWYERS FOR INMATES 
PRISONS LAWYER GOT MORE THAN HE ASKED FOR 

LAWYERS, N.C, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
SEE ALSO LEGAL ETHICS 
STATE BAR CENSUS 2 LAWYERS 
CHARGE AGAINST LAWYER DISMISSED 

uTsi^CRNEYSAYS TWO LAWYERS ARE BEING INVESTIGATED 
OATES, 12 OTHERS PLEAD GUILTY 

L *^'OR^COWTY Y LAWYERS DONATE SERVICES TO POOR IN CIVIL CASES 
LAWYERS FOLLOW 1-40 TO HILLSBOROUGH 

LAU Sffi S ALs6 S AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION 

i £$ ^fetftfSlSH LEG* TYRANNY) 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO LEGAL EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO PRO-BONO LAWYERS 
SEE ALSO SPECIAL PROSECUTORS 

S£ SMD^-D^fH A SUIT^RAWS PUBLIC RELATIONS EXPERTS 

JimGE REFUSES TO DISQUALIFY LAWYER FOR TOBACCO COMPANIES 
CATAIOG^S FANS FINALUHAVE A DEODORANT THEY CAN FIGHT OVER 

LAWYERS, U.S.. UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
FEE SOILS LEGAL PROFESSION 
LAWYER SUSPENDED FOR KEEPING »75,000 

LA1 ^ T SK^^a5 IES SUE OmL HILL FIRM 
LAYLA/ffiWC^ ^ ^^ ^ m m m 

UO.tR FOUNDATION ^^.^ 

THIRD WORLD ENVIRONMENT TO BE STUDIED 

^ I pO<DER CONSERVANCY GROUP WANTS TO PRESERVE ISLAND 



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



CHH 1 



1/06/1988 B 
1/14/1988 C 
1/29/1988 A 
2/03/1983 A 
3/08/1988 B 
3/21/1988 B 
3/27/1988 A 
3/27/1988 
4/04/ 198S 
4/16/1988 
4/18/1988 
5/02/198S 
5/15/1988 
5/25/1988 
6/06/1988 
6/08/1988 B 
6/12/1988 A 
6/27/1988 B 
6/29/1988 B 
7/07/198S C 
7/24/1988 
8/22/1988 
9/05/1988 
10/04/1988 
12/30/1988 



H 

CHH 



6 
6 
5 
5 
1 
7 
1 
1 
1 
7 
3 
3 
1 

15 
13 
5 
1 
1 
7 
6 

B* 
J 

1 

7 

12 
11 



3/16/1988 C 
3/31/1988 B 
5/10/1988 C 
7/12/1988 B 
7/28/1988 B 
9/30/1988 A 



2 5/15/1988 C 
1 7/18/1988 A 



Oil 



W27 



4 
2 

14 
10 

1 
1 



N 

N 

J 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N B81 

N B85 

N 

N 

J 

N 

N 
' N 

N 
' B R63 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

» N 

N 

N 



N 
N 

N 
N 

N 

N A54 



1 N W27 

3 P N K65 



S 2 2/17/1988 C 9 N 

H 2 4/05/1988 B 5 N 

CHH 1 11/03/1988 A 3 U L41 

S 2 9/02/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 11/12/1988 B 3 N 

H 2 2/26/1988 C 3 N 

S 2 6/11/1988 B 1 N B53 

H 2 12/22/1988 C 4 N D80 

H 2 10/11/1988 B 5 N 



LEAD 



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LEAD LEVEL SPURS CALLS FOR FLUSHING SCHOOL MATER LINES 
HATER OFFICIAL HANTS MORE LEAD TESTS 

HANGUH SCHOOL WATER LINES FLUSHED ltmmt 

LEADLEVEL HALTS DRINKING OF MANGUM SCHOOL WATER 
MANGUM SCHOOL THIRSTY FOR SAFER WATER 
SCHOOL'S LEAD CONTENT 300 TIMES STANDARD 
CITY WATER USERS TO GET LEAD WARNING 

SCHOOL CHECKS FOR POISONING „ „ 

STUDENTS GET LEAD TESTS, NO PROBLEMS FORESEEN 

HANGUH HAS DRINKING WATER 

WATER RUNNING AT HANGUH SCHOOL 

SCIENTISTS FINDING MORE LEAD m immimmm 

TOXICOLOGISTS STUDY TESTING FOR HAZARDS 

AIR POLLUTION CONTROLS HAY BE EXPANDED m 

HONEBUYERS NOT CHECKING FOR LEAD WDgNKING OTER 

ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY NOTICE TO PUBLIC (AD) 

NOTICE TO WATER SYSTEM CUSTOMERS - LEAD IN DRINKING WATER (AD) 

USED BATTERY BUSINESS TARGET IN TOXIC LAWSUIT 

STUDY: CHERRY POINT WATER CONTAMINATED 

♦350,000 LEAD CLEANUP _ 

LEAD LEVELS BELOW LIHITS, OWASA SAYS 

CHECKING LEAD CONTAMINATION 

UNSAFE LEVELS OF LEAD FOUND NEAR ASHEVILLE 

LE/ SEE°ALSO I DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, POISON CONTROL CENTER 
SEE ALSO FOOD POISONING 

^ITySwS CONT ANIMATION OF SCHOOL WATER HEARING END 
LEAD LEVEL SPURS CALLS FOR FLUSHING SCHOOL WATER LINES 
WATER OFFICIAL WANTS MORE LEAD TESTS 
HANGUH SCHOOL WATER LINES FLUSHED 
SCHOOL'S LEAD CONTENT 300 TINES STANDARD 
STUDENTS AT MANGU M TO B E TESTED FOR LEAD 
HANGUH STUDENTS OFFERED LEADTESTS 
MANGUM'S STUDENTS SHOULD AGREE TO TESTS 
MANGUM SERVES HOT LUNCH 
SCHOOL CHECKS FOR POISONING „_«,_,, 
STUDENTS GET LEAD TESTSj_NO PROBLEMS FORESEEN 
MANGUM HAS DRINKING WATER 
WATER RUNNING AT MANGUM SCHOOL 
SCIENTISTS FINDING MORE LEAD mvT „ aijmitt 
USED BATTERY BUSINESS TARGET IN TOXIC LAWSUIT 
LEAD LEVELS BELOW LIMITS, OWASA SAYS 

CHECKING LEAD CONTAMINATION ^_ rmM mAnvr „ 

WORKERS CLEANING UP RANDOLPH SITE OF BATTERY-CRACKING^^ 
PETS MAY PROVIDE WARNING OF CHEMICAL HAZARDS - RESEARCHER 

SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C., CAREER DEVELOPMENT PLAN 
PANEL WILL VISIT GRANVILLE SCHOOLS 

THE LEADER (NEWSPAPER) 

CHARLOTTE EXECS SELL PUBLICATION 

LEADERSHIP 

SEE ALSO BENJAHIN N. DUKE LEADERSHIP AWARDS 
SEE ALSO N.C. LEADERSHIP FORUM 

MARTIN TO SPEAK AT LEADERS FORUM 

40 STATES SEND 50 EXECUTIVES TO DUKE'S WEEK-LONG SEMINAR 

DURHAM MEEDS LEADER FOR ITS DOWNTOWN PLAN 

'PROGRESS' AT EXPENSE OF QUALITY OF LIFE 

IN SEARCH OF OUR GIANTS 

8 ATTEND LEADERSHIP SEMINAR 

COACH! LIFE ISN'T LIKE INSTANT PUDDING 

LEADERSHIP EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IN BUSINESS INC. 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

^ S IT S G Ksl^%GRAM FOR MINORITY STUIOTS 



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H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


1 



3/05/1988 C 
3/05/1988 C 
3/08/1988 B 
3/15/1988 B 
3/15/1988 A 
3/15/1988 A 
3/16/1988 A 
4/12/1988 A 
4/12/1988 C 
4/14/1988 A 
4/15/1988 B 
5/09/1988 C 
5/19/1988 B 
5/72/1988 B 
6/12/1988 F 
6/12/1988 A 
6/17/1988 C 
6/20/1988 A 
7/13/1988 C 
7/27/1988 B 
8/13/1988 A 
8/31/1988 A 
11/04/1988 C 



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



CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



2/29/1988 B 
3/05/1988 C 
3/05/1988 C 
3/08/1988 B 
3/15/1988 A 
3/23/1988 A 
3/24/1988 B 
3/25/1988 A 
3/28/1988 A 
4/12/1988 A 
4/12/1988 C 
4/14/1988 A 
4/15/1988 B 
5/09/1988 C 
6/20/1988 A 
8/13/1988 A 
8/31/1988 A 
9/22/1988 B 
12/07/1988 B 



N M97 

N R80 

N M97 

N 

N S92 

N B85 

N B85 

N J40 

N 

NS92 

N 

N 

N M97 

N 

N 

A 

A 

N 

N 

N 

N L90 

L 

N 



1 


N M97 


1 


N M97 


1 


N R80 


1 


N M97 


1 


N B85 


1 


N S92 


3 


N 


4 


E 


1 


N S92 


1 P N J40 


1 


> N 


1 


N S92 


4 


N 


3 


N 


9 


N 


1 


NL90 


4 


L 


4 


N 


2 


N K65 



H 1 3/01/1988 B 1 N 



S 2 12/07/1988 A 13 N 



4/07/1988 B 

6/20/1988 A 

6/26/1988 

7/01/1988 

7/12/1988 

7/16/1988 

9/20/1988 



N 

N W29 
E 
L 
E 
N 
' N S92 



H 2 7/16/1988 D 4 N 



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S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P 



BYL 



LEA S£E I *Jc T g2W COLLECTION, DURHAM 

s ^iSgtqnto START collecting leaves 

LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS^ 
^CONSERVATION LEAGUE ENDORSES REP. PRICE 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO 
^FARN PCUCY MEETING TODAY IN CHAPEL HILL 

ORANGE COUNTY GUIDE NOW AVAILABLE 

LEAGUE TO HOLD MEETIN6 ON WATER 

WOMEN CONFRONT OFFICIALS ON WATER BOND 

LEAGUE ENDORSES EDUCATION BOND 

^S^STSC^BE^K^^^S tfFAIRS »» 

SnmmU BE QUESTIONED ABOUT PAST, PRESENT 
LEAGUE READY TO HELP VOTERS 

^BC^SaT^MEET AT FORI* XT. 20 
CANDIDATES TO SPEAX AT FORUM NEXT WEEK 
COMMISSION CANDIDATES TALK MERGER 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, ORANGE COUNTY _.___, 

^LEAGUE TO SPONSOR VOTER REGISTRATION SATURDAY 

LEAGUE SHOULD ENSURE BOND USED CORRECTLY 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, U.S. 
^WAKE FOREST DEBATE STILL UP IN THE AIR 
LEAGUE! NO TO HOODWINKING 

L£AP LOVERS' LEA?: ONCE EVERY 4 YE/KS, BACHELORS CAN BE FORCED INTO HAPPINESS 
FORFEB. 29 BABIES, THE WAIT IS OVER 

^KSff^ RUTIN, ED**IS AT RECEPTIC* 
SOiOLARSHIP PROGRAM SET UP FOR YOUTH IN PUBLIC HOUSING 

LEARNING DISABILITIES _ -M __ 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, LEARNING 
SEE ALSO DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 

H ALSO Un!S! VEcHAPEL HILL DIVISION FOR DISORDERS OF DEVELOPMENT 4 

gMF^S^™ BIG FEETBRING TROUBLE 
LEARNING DISABILITIES DON'T HAVE TO LEAD TO FAILURE 

LEARNING FOUNDATIONS „ „ „_ „_, __ _.__ TU j^^^ iK rc 

^^LEARNING TO LEARN; TUTORS HELP CHILDREN BELIEVE IN THEMSELVES 

^M^s£r^I* INSTITUTE FOUNI€R 

^tK^RM^ TOW WITH SUITS ON ITS HEElS 

LEA SEE L DCC CONTROL (INCLUDES CATS AND OTHER ANIMALS) 

THE LEATHER NUN (MUSIC GROUP) mmM 
BUNNYMEN LEAVE ECHO OF THE DOORS 

LEAVES 



H 1 10/15/1988 C 1 N 
H 2 11/02/1988 B 10 N 



H 2 2/18/1988 D 
H 2 3/03/1988 B 
H 2 3/15/1988 B 
CHH 1 10/21/1988 A 
CHH 1 11/03/1988 A 


5 
4 
2 

3 

4 


N 

N 080 
N 

N M20 
L 


H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 


2 4/07/1989 A 
2 4/09/1988 A 
2 4/14/1988 B 
2 9/11/1988 D 
2 9/20/1988 C 
2 10/03/1988 A 
2 10/04/1988 A 
2 10/09/1988 D 
2 10/10/1988 A 
2 10/21/1988 A 


17 
1 
1 
2 

6 
4 
4 
1 
7 
1 


N 

N M06 
N A54 
N 

N A54 
L 
L 

N A54 
N 
N K65 


CH> 


1 1 8/31/1988 A 
1 1 11/17/1988 A 


5 
4 


N 

L 


S 
H 


2 7/22/1988 A 

2 10/05/1988 A 


7 

4 


N 
E 



H 2 2/29/1988 A 6 P U G78 
H 1 3/01/1988 B 9 N 



S 2 10/17/1988 A 3 N 
S 2 10/18/1988 C 2 P P K30 
H 2 10/19/1988 C 10 N 



LEARNING . „ _ 

S 2 4/29/1988 B 1 P F S27 

H 2 7/14/1988 B 1 P N J40 

CHH 1 10/08/1988 A 1 N Vll 

H 2 7/31/1988 E 1 P F S56 

H 2 4/25/1988 A 10 

S 2 9/13/1988 B ' 1 N W82 



H 2 2/26/1988 D 11 P R L37 



IBB 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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N E E LY 

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SEE ALSO COMPOST 

^0UR^YEA^OLD ] J^ES I BW)NER HELPS HIS DAD, DAN BANNER, RAKE LEAVES... 
DROUGHT TESTS N.C. FALL'S TRUE COLORS 
DRY SUMHER MAY DULL FALL COLORS 
RAINS MAY HAVE SAVED FALL COLOR SHOW 
MOUNTAINEERS BRACE FOR FOLIAGE FANCIERS 
PEAK FALLCOLORS MAY ARRIVE LATE IN NORTHCAROLINA 
MOUNTAIN LODGING SCARCE AS FALL FOLIAGE EXPLODES 
FALL FOLIAGE PUTS ON DISPLAY, BUT LODGING GROWS SHORT 
LEAF EXPERTS SAY THERE'S STILL TIME TO SEE FOLIAGE 
TANGLED UEB 
THE AUTUMN LEAVES ... 
CHORE TIME „ 

CRACKLIN' THROUGH THE LEAVES 
NEW OVERTAKING OLD 
GALLOWS HUMOR 
MOM'S LITTLE HELPER 
UP IN SMOKE 
THE BIG SWEEP 

LEBANON 

SEE ALSO HOSTAGES, LEBANON 

LAW PROTECTS SLEAZY, TOO , m 

GENTLEMEN... WE MAY HAVE TO OPERATE. (CARTOON) 

MARINE STATUE TO BE UNVEILED SATURDAY 

BEIRUT MEMORIAL STATUE WILL BE UNVEILED TODAY 

STATE TOMOVE TREES PLANTED IN HONOR OF SLAIN SERVICEMEN 

SERVICE IN CRISIS 

LEBANON, HOSTAGES 

SEE HOSTAGES, LEBANON 

LEBANON CIRCLE (DURHAM, N.C.) „„„. Am/ tminni B 
BOARD AGREES ON NAMES FOR 2 ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 

LEBANON VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 

SEE ALSO FIRE DEPTS., N.C, VOLUNTEER 

HOUSE DESTROYED 

SECOND-TO-NONE VOLUNTEERS 
AWARDS 

LEE AIR CONDITIONERS INC. 
STICKING UP FOR VOTERS 

IFF COUNTY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CASWELL/CHATHAM/LEE/PERSON DISTRICT HEALTH DEPT. 
CHATHAM, LEE CONSIDER UNITED HEALTH DISTRICT 
AIDS DEATH CONFIRMED IN LEE COUNTY 
LEE COUNTY GETS YOUTH SPORTS GRANT 

LEE COUNTY FIRM FINED »21,186 FOR ALLEGED EROSION VIOLATIONS 
FOUNDRY COULD BE LOST TO NEGLECT 
GROUP TRYING TO SAVE IRON FOUNDRY 

LEE COUNTY, N.C. , HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LEE/CHATHAM CONCERNED CITIZENS 

LEE COUNTY SITE CONSIDERED FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE PLANT 

LEE COUNTY MAY BE TARGET FOR WASTE SITE 

HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT PLANT NEWS SHOCKS LEE COUNTY 

LEE COUNTY SURPRISED ABOUT WASTE-TREATMENT SITE 

$9.6 MILLION ASKED FOR LEE COUNTY SITE 

LEE OFFICIALS MULLING INCENTIVES 

WILL MINNOW STOP WASTE PLANT IN LEE? 

STATE SHOULD LISTEN TO CITIZENS' CONCERNS 

LEE COUNTY'S BOARD OPPOSES WASTE PLANT 

CHATHAM, LEE PEOPLE OPPOSE INCINERATOR PLAN 

HAZARDOUS TO LEE COUNTY 

HAZARDOUS WASTE PLANT FEARED 

LEE COUNTY OFFICIALS OPPOSE WASTE PLANT 



s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 



1/04/1988 B 
8/24/1988 A 
9/07/1988 B 
9/19/1988 C 
9/30/1988 D 
10/07/1988 A 
10/21/1988 A 
10/22/1988 B 
10/30/1988 D 
11/18/1988 A 
11/19/1988 A 
11/20/1988 B 
11/22/1988 C 
11/23/1988 
11/23/1988 
11/24/1988 
11/28/1988 
11/29/1988 



2 
1 
2 
1 
9 
6 
6 
3 
9 

10 
3 
1 
1 
7 
4 
1 

10 
1 



P K30 
N H60 
N 



2/29/1988 
10/21/1988 
10/21/1988 
10/22/1988 
11/04/1988 
12/22/1988 



4 
4 
3 
14 
1 
4 



C19 



L38 
L38 
C45 
T44 
C45 

L38 
L38 
K30 



R56 



H 2 2/07/1988 B 1 N J40 



2 2/10/1988 B 
2 10/07/1988 A 
2 10/11/1988 C 



1 P P T32 
4 L 
4 P P T44 



S 2 9/15/1988 C 8 P P S73 



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



1/24/1988 A 
2/18/1988 A 
3/23/1988 B 
6/24/1988 C 
7/29/1988 A 
8/06/1988 A 



5/11/1988 B 
5/11/1988 A 
5/12/1988 B 
5/12/1988 A 
5/14/1988 
5/14/1988 
5/15/1988 
5/17/1988 
5/18/1988 _ 
5/19/1988 B 
5/20/1988 A 
5/23/1988 A 
5/26/1988 C 



14 

12 

6 

2 

1 

14 



7 
2 
2 
10 
8 
8 
1 
4 
5 
1 
4 
4 
9 



N K65 

N 

N 

N 

N S63 

N 



N 
N 
N 

N B85 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N Vll 

L 

L 

N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1938 



INDEX B 
- 12/31/1938 



Y SUBJECTS 



PANEL DESIGNATES LEE AS POSSIBLE WASTE SITE LOCATION 

WHAT ARE INCINERATOR COSTS? 

LEE OFFICIALS SOLIDLY AGAINST WASTE PLANT 

LEE, CHATHAM GROUP TO DISCUSS WASTE PLANT 

WASTE SITE IN LEE NOT 'DONE DEAL' 

PANEL SEEKS WAYS TO LIMIT INCINERATOR'S DISCMARGE 

WILLING WASTE SITE REMAINS A FANTASY 

FORCED HOST FOR WASTE SITE WILL BE LAST N.C. CHOICE 

LEERESnCNTS WANT STATE TO REDUCE HAZARDOUS WASTE 

LOBBYIST CALLS FOR DISBANDING PANEL ^ UASTE 

WASTE TrSATMENT PANEL ASKS FOR ENVIRONMENTALISTS* HELP 

K^tMysTwILL PULL OUT OF LEE COUNTY IF WASTE PLANT IS... 

WASTE PANEL HALTS ACTION ON LEE SITE 

NOTABLES 

KEEP INCIfCRATOR OUT OF LEE 

LEE COUNTY, N.C., PROPERTY REVALUATIONS 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY REVALUATION wt ^_ 

$9.6 MILLION ASKED FOR LEE COUNTY SITE 
LEE OFFICIALS MULLING INCENTIVES 

LEE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ^^^ 

HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT PLANT NEWS SHOCKS LEE COUNTY 
FORMER LEE COUNTY OFFICIAL DEAD 

LEE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS im ^ Tf « T>P 

SEE LEE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

"* C LE T COUNTY JAIL OFFICIALS MAY USE MOBILE HOMES 

^ C lW T Co£K*TC FIRE COUNTY MANAGER 

LEE COUNTY SCHOOLS _ „ 

SEE SANFORD/LEE COUNTY SCHOOLS 

UEE S^n L^^^&ZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT 
LEE RESUO^SUANT STATE TO REDUCE HAZARDOUS WASTE 
HAZARDOUS WASTE FIGURES CALLED INFLATED 

LEES-MCRAE COLLEGE _ 

LEES-MCRAE 82, L'BURS 79 

JtfKSONBfKTED To'dRAW CROWD AT A&T GRADUATION 
CHOWAN 10, LEES-MCRAE 3 

^^RTCTTENTS 'BEGGING' FOR CITY WATER LINE ALONG LEESVILLE ROAD 
LEESVILLE ROAD RESIDENTS STILL THIRSTY FOR WATER, SEWER SERVICE 

^"reK^^NDED FRESHMEN, THERE'S SCHOLARSHIP MONEY JUST FOR YOU 
LEFTIES: SANDY KOUFAXES ON THE PITCHING MOUND OF LIFE 

LEFT-TURN BLUES ON FRANKLIN STREET 

LEGAL DRINKING AGE 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, SALES 

SEE ALSO LIQUOR-BY-THE-DRINK, N.C. 

SMPEMEiuEORFMINB WAYS TO DRINK DESPITE LAW 

W^BE*UNDERAGE DRINKERS TRY TO FOOL DHV FOR FAKE LICENSES 
DRINKING AND DRIVING POOR CHOICE IN NORWAY 
POLICE CRACK DOWN ON YOUNG DRINKERS 



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H 2 5/27/1988 

H 2 5/31/1988 

H 2 6/02/1988 

1 6/03/198S 

2 6/04/1988 
2 6/05/1988 
2 6/08/1988 
2 6/10/1988 
2 6/11/1988 
2 6/12/1988 

1 6/14/1988 

2 6/14/1988 
H 2 6/15/1988 
H 2 6/25/1988 
CHH 1 6/26/1988 
H 2 7/01/1988 



12 
4 
6 
2 

11 
3 

4 
6 



N 

L 
N 

N 
N 
N 
E 
N 

4 P N 
8 N 



1 
4 
10 
14 
8 
4 



H 2 5/14/1988 A 8 N 
H 2 5/14/1988 A 8 N 



H 2 5/12/1988 B 2 N 
H 2 11/07/1988 B 10 



H 2 3/05/1988 C 6 N 
H 2 11/23/1988 D 4 N 



6/11/1988 B 4 P 
9/23/1988 B 5 



H 2 1/17/1988 C 2 N 

H 2 2/02/1988 C 2 N 

H 2 5/06/1988 A 7 N 

H 2 9/25/1988 C 4 N 



6/14/1988 B 9 
6/14/1988 A 7 



N S51 
N H70 



2 8/28/1988 B 1 U N36 
2 11/26/1988 C 1 U S78 



CHH 1 8/10/1988 A 4 E 



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



1/08/1988 
2/01/1988 
2/08/1988 
8/09/1988 
8/15/1988 
8/15/1988 



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N Vll 
U 
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SUBJE 



TOURER LAWS OR OLDER DRINKERS FOR N.C? 
STUDENTS' FAKE ID'S ARE ILLEGAL GAME OF CHANCE 
AGE CHANGE FOR DRINKERS CREATED SOME HARD FEaiNGS 
POLICE LOG/PARTY NETS 8 ALCOHOL CHARGES^ 
OPERATION STINGS 18 IN ILLEGAL BEER SALES 
18 OF 26 STORES FAIL AGE/BEER CHECK 
POLICE LOG/SIX ARRESTED AT UNC CONCERT 
EIGHT STORE CLERKS CHARGED WITH ILLEGAL ALCOHOL SALES 
DURHAM ABC POLICE NAB 128 FOR UNDERAGE DRINKING 
POLICE LOG/POLICE SHUT DOWN TEEN-AGERS' PARTY 

LEGAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV, LAW SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF LAM 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF LAU 

SCANDALS, TV MAY PLAY ROLES IN LAU SCHOOL APPLICATION RISE 

LEGAL-EDUCATION SEMINAR SET TODAY 

JUDGES MAY BE SENT BACK TO SCHOOL 

SEMINAR IS SCHEDULED FOR LAWYERS 

COURT SETS RULES REQUIRING JUDGES TO TAKE COURSES 

LEGAL ETHICS 

SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE _ 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, DURHAM, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
FEE SOILS LEGAL PROFESSION 

LEGAL FEES 

LACK OF FUNDS LIMIT GOV. MARTIN'S LAWSUITS 

ARBITRATION PASSES TEST IN DURHAM COURT SYSTEM datti 

state rep. billy uatkins of granville wins again, but probate battle. 

watkins wins round in dispute over fee 

lower fees urged for court-appointed lawyers 

aldermen pay extra to attorney 

•appointed' lawyers seek more money 

judges to monitor court-appointed-lawyer fees 

attorney's fees questioned 

56 orange county lawyers donate services to poor in civil cases 

cost not only item in public defender issue 

unc to fight paying newspaper $30,000 

martin aide questions patronage system 

fee soils legal profession 

council members favor review of town lawyer policy 

media costs less than ix of bill 

board should rebuff mayor's policy 

hillsborough town attorney resigns 

media calls may be part of next lawyer's contract 

is this the return of the good old boys? 

town supports press; it just can't afford it 

cates hypocritical on legal fee issue 

hillsborough town board keeps brough _ 

court? watkins justified in handling of estate 

watkins ruled innocent of misconduct _ 

lawyers' fee schedules must have flexibility 

legal reform 
see also halt (help abolish legal tyranny) 
n.c. lawyer-discipline system criticized 

legal services 

legal assistance office reinforces army consumer rights 

legal services of n.c, inc. _ 
memorial service held for slain candidate 
officials: poor kept from aid 



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H 2 8/28/1988 A 


1 P N W29 


H 2 8/29/1988 A 


1 P N W29 


H 2 8/29/1988 A 


1 N W29 


CHH 1 8/30/1988 A 


3 N 


S 2 9/08/1988 A 


1 N B53 


H 2 9/09/1988 C 


1 N N36 


CHH 1 10/12/1988 A 


3 N 


H 2 10/22/1988 C 


4 N 


S 2 11/01/1988 A 


1 N B53 



CHH 1 12/20/1988 A 8 N 



H 


2 4/13/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 7/15/1988 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 9/12/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


1 9/29/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/27/1988 I 


8 


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S 2 9/02/1988 A 4 E 



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



1/04/1988 B 
1/18/1988 A 
1/22/1988 C 
1/23/1988 D 
2/29/1988 A 
3/16/1988 C 
3/21/1988 B 
3/22/1988 C 
4/29/1988 A 
5/15/1988 C 
6/25/1988 A 
8/02/1988 A 
8/22/1988 B 
9/02/1988 A 
9/14/1988 
9/14/1988 
9/14/1988 
9/15/1988 
9/16/1988 
9/16/1988 
9/18/1988 
9/22/1988 
9/30/1988 
11/01/1988 
11/02/1983 
11/29/1988 



7 
1 
5 
5 
14 
1 
7 
1 
4 
1 
4 
3 
1 
4 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
4 
4 
4 
1 
2 
1 
4 



N 

N S82 

N 

N 

N 

N U27 

N 

N B53 

L 

N W27 

J 

N L90 

N 

E 

N R63 

N R63 

E 

N R63 

N R63 

E 

L 

L 

N R63 

N 

N L40 

E 



H 2 5/10/1988 C 14 N 
H 1 1/06/1988 B 6 N 



H 2 4/08/1988 B 4 N 
S 2 9/06/1988 A 7 N 



LEGION ROAD (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 



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GO-AHEAD GIVEN FOR ONE PORTION OF HOUSING PLAN 
LEGISLATIVE ETHICS COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO n1c! C GEN£KAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY CWUSSION 
MILLER IS CHAIRMAN OF ETHICS COflllTTEE 

L£ ^KS SSraSS. LEGISLATE STUDY CESSION 

LEGISLATIVE VETO 
SEE VETO POWER 



LEGS 



WOMEN NEEDED FOR ANKLE STUDY 
L«N MOWER SEVERS 2-YEAR-OLD'S LEG 



lOT 1SJSo&S! , ^ 1 8^«w Jura m TRUCK RIGHT TO WORK 

LWfflLQRJJWON'T LET FIRE-DAMAGED LOUNGE REOPEN 

^££%g$&fi&8fe hSrough lou»3E fire 

SS3 S^TrO^TCH ARSONIST 



LEISl ^ISURE STUDENTS ALUMNUS, 



STUDENTS RECOGNIZED 



^WHEN LIFE HANDS YOU LEMONS... 

LEMURS ^nufrve 

SE L^^FI?ST I slEN BY DUKE EXPERT IS N£U SPECIES _^ 
D^S PWMATECENTERREARS PAIR Cf MC LOPTCUfflURS 
DUKE RESEARCHER'S BOOK EXPLAINS MADAGASCAR -TREASURE' 

LENOIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE PRESIDENT SELECTED 

LENOIR COUNTY, N.C. „„_„ «■««- 

PRISON TERM GIVEN FOR BRIBERY CHARGE 

UNC MONEY SHIFTED TO PLANT LINES 

QTY-W¥fTH INVESTIGATION ENDS IN LENOIR COUNTY 

$£sffioNGAMBLE LUR£S»75 MILLION PLANT FOR KINSTON 

LENOIR COUNTY, N.C, Dm^IALDEyELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, NX. 

MARTIN BACKS PLAN TO DRAW INDUSTRY TO LENOIR COUNTY 
SECRECY WINS OUT IN STATE FUNDING DISPUTE 

^ ALSO* HOSPITALS^. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC KBPITALS) 
LENOIR HOSPITAL OPPOSES SURGICAL CENTER 

L£H0X M!KS T fiF LENOIR SUSPENTO 

LENOIR-RHYNE COLLEGE 
CATAWBA, 87-74 

LENOIR-RHYNE, 75-65 
FANFf^EAENOIR-RHYNE MOVE 

j^NESE&TORS APE TRYING TO BUY COLLEGE IN N.C. 
ST. ANDREWS 73, LENOIR-RHYNE 63 

LENOIR-RHYNE COLLEGE SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
LENOIR-RHYNE NIPS ELON 
LENOIR-RHYNE, 38-31 
NO ONE ENVIES ECU'S BAKER 



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H 3 



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C -fG L P BYL 



1 N B81 



S 2 4/20/1988 A 1 N 



2 1/21/1988 A 16 N 
2 7/25/1988 B 1 N 



2 
3 
3 
2 
1 
CHH 1 



H 
H 
H 
H 
CHH 



6/01/1988 A 
6/02/1988 B 
6/02/1988 B 
6/03/1988 B 
6/14/1988 A 
6/23/1988 A 



N 080 
N R63 
N 080 
N 030 
N R63 
P N R63 



H 2 5/05/1988 C 9 N 
S 2 7/19/1988 B 1 P P T32 



2 1/21/1988 A 
2 6/03/1988 B 
2 11/23/1988 C 



N 

N B80 

N DSO 



2 3/31/1988 A 18 N 



H 2 1/28/1988 A 18 N 

H 2 6/30/1988 C 5 N 

H 2 7/28/1988 B 3 N 

H 2 8/12/1988 B 4 N 



H 2 7/01/1988 C 7 N 
S 2 7/12/1988 A 5 J Oil 



H 1 10/05/1988 C 7 N 
H 2 2/18/1988 A 20 N 



2/07/1988 C 
2/21/1988 C 
8/07/1988 C 
9/04/1988 B 
10/27/1988 B 
12/18/1988 B 



H 2 10/02/1988 C 6 N 
H 2 10/09/1988 C 4 N 
H 2 10/14/1988 B 1 U M14 



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SUBJECTS 



LENOIR-RHYNE 49, MARS HILL 14 
CATAWBA 41, LEN.HWNE 21 

^nBWfflffiS M& **E CONTROL WITH COMPUTERS 

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

IflUMINBOU IS HIS NAME-AND CLOWNING IS HIS GAME 
SPREADING THE SPIRIT 
CHAT WITH SANTA 

LENS 

LIGHTHOUSE LENSES RECOVERED 

LENS IMPLANTS 

LENS IMPLANT HELPS SIGHT 

LEO'S RESTAURANT <CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) _ 
CHAPEL HILL RESTAURANT CATCHES FIRE 

LEPTIS MAGMA, LIBYA 
SEE ALSO LIBYA 
STORY NEEDS CORRECTION 

LESBIANS 

SEE ALSO HOMOSEXUALS 

SEE ALSO N.C. LESBIAN AND GAY HEALTH PROJECT 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE LESBIAN AND GAY ALLIANCE 
HOMOSEXUALS TELL OF DISCRIMINATION AT CITY HEARING 
LAWS NEEDED TO PROTECT GAYS, LESBIANS ■ _ , ^^ 
RUMOR MILL GRINDSi SOUTH GRANVILLE HIGH LEARNS HARD LESSON 

LESOTHO 

AFRICAN VILLAGE HAD DURHAM TEACHERS 

LET ME TELL YOU 'BOUT WHEN I WAS GROWING UP (BOOK) .^^ 

PERSON STUDENTS' BOOK CAPTURES PERSONAL HISTORY OF SENIOR CITIZENS 

LET'S ACTIVE (MUSIC GROUP) 

WALKER PUTS SOUL IN THE BLUES 

RIDERS IN THE SKY PUT ON A VAUDEVILLE WESTERN 

'LET'S ACTIVE' SONGS SURGE WITH ENERGY, SHOW LYRICAL CRAFT 

LETTER CARRIERS „ ««-_—_. 

SEE (ISO NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LETTER CARRIERS 
SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 

EIGHT FROM DURHAM FACE U.S. CHARGES 

N.C. MAILMAN RESCUES ELDERLY PERSON IN SNOW 

LETTER WRITING 

SEE ALSO PEN PALS 
SEE ALSO WRITING _ 

DEAR JUDGE, I HATE TO BOTHER YOU, BUT... 

SOME FErf* LIBEL AWARD WILL CUT LETTERS TO OFFICIALS 
LENINGRAD STUDENTS WRITE BACK __ 

JAPANESE, DURHAM CHILDREN CORRESPOND, EXCHANGE GIFTS 
A THANKSGIVING LETTER 

LETTERS 

SEE LETTER WRITING 

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (INDEXED BY TO PIC) 

SEE DURHAM MORNI NG HER ALD, LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 
SEE DURHAM SUN, LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 

LEUKEMIA 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSO HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-LYMPHOMA VIRUS 

SEE ALSO LEUKEMIA SOCIETY OF AMERICA 



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2 11/06/1988 C 
2 11/20/1988 C 



3/03/1988 C 
3/05/1988 A 
5/19/1988 C 
8/17/1988 A 
12/17/1988 C 
12/17/1988 A 



9 P N 



N W82 
.1 P P L38 
6 P F Zll 
9 P P T37 
1 P P S73 



H t 12/21/1988 C 2 N 

H 2 9/13/1988 A 4 L 

CHH 1 6/28/1988 A 3 P N B81 

H 2 10/28/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 5/11/1988 B 
H 2 5/17/1988 A 
H 2 5/21/1988 A 



S 2 2/17/1988 B 
H 2 1/09/1988 C 



H 2 3/18/1988 D 
H 2 4/01/1988 D 
H 2 11/19/1988 D 



1 N S51 
4 L 
7 U 



1 PF S27 
5 P N T33 



2 P R L37 
6 P R L37 
6 R L37 



2 1/02/1988 C 
2 1/12/1988 A 



4/18/1988 A 
4/24/1988 D 
5/31/1988 B 
9/17/1988 C 
10/08/1988 C 
11/24/1988 A 



P N S82 

E 

N 
P N J40 
P N J40 

E 



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N.C. GIRL, 6. IMPROVING AFTER BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 

AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS, CANCER LINKED 

tIrhahRFPORTS 2 CASES OF AIDS-LINKED LEUKEMIA 

RWELHKMA ^OTMiWWSsSEDUS FOR TESTING OF DONATED BLOOD 

Att NOTEBOOKi STRICKEN FATHER?! ADVICE TO BOYD! PLAY AND HAVE FUN 

ACC NOTEBOOK STRIDE FATHER'S ADVICE TO BOYD I PLAY AND HAVE FUN 

doctors: girl appears now free of leuksiia 

RALEIGH GIRL'S RECOVERY PATH FROM LEUKEMIA l£ADS HOHE 
BROKE GIVES REPORTERS STORY IN ONE WORD! HOME 
BROOKE WARD 'DOING REAL WELL' 

&^S S^ ^lSa^Thariship TO KEND*L 

KENDALL TO HAVE 'JOLLIER' HOLIDAY 

LEUKEMIA SOCIETY OF AMERICA 

"SlSB gTSbwiJES 'WAITING' 

LEVERAGED BUYOUTS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO INVESTMENTS 

SEE ALSO MERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

SEE ALSO STOCK MARKET „„ 

KTSS rTnJSS^WV-^ OFFER WINS WAR 
RJRNABISCO, THE COMPANY IN A HOLE... (CARTOON) 

g^E^SoSWlS^a PART IN RECORD I*, 
ANALYSTS QUESTION BUYOUT LENDING 

L£ ^MYSTERIOUS T BIDDER EMERGES IN FIGHTFORPTL 
ONE BIDDER WANTS TO RETURN JIM BARKER TO PTL 

^ IN rjUKAKIS; C CAMPAIGNING IN STATE, RAPS GORE, JACKSON VISITS TODAY 
CHEMICAL CLEANUP MAY COST $600,000 
LEXINGTON COUNCIL CURBS CRUISING 
LEXINGTON MOVING AHEAD TO BAN CRUISM3 
EVEN SMALL TOWNS BEGINNING TO FEEL BURDEN OF THE HOMELESS 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 

SEE ALSO LIME KILN THEATER 

SEE ALSO VIRGINIA _ „ 

LEXINGTON REMEMBERS JACKSON AND LEE 

X' VIRGINNY DRAMATIZED AT LIME KILN 

THE LEXINGTON DISPATCH (fCWSPAPER) 

PACK SHOULD PLAY THE PIRATES _ 

STATE WRITING TEST TRICK FOR CHILDREN 

lexi ^ngton Itudent STABBED TO DEATH NEAR HIGH SCHOOL 
8 CHARGED IN STABBING 

LIABILITY INSURANCE _ 

SEE ALSO AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO LAWSUIT DAMAGE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C, LIABILITY POLICY 

RVKRUPTCY CASE SHOULDN'T BLOCK CRASH INSURANCE CLAIMS 

MsInG INSURANCE'S FAIL TO FIZZLE ^FUN OF JULY 4TH FESTIVITIES 

LIABILITY CRUNCH STILL HURTS SMALL BUSINESSES 

GOVERNMENTS FIND IT HARD TO GET LIABILITY 

LIaIiLITY INSURANCE CRISIS STILL NEEDS ACTION 

COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL IN ABC SUIT 

SOWTE REBUFFS MARTIN'S HIGHWAY BOND PROGRAM 



E 

D 

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

CHH 1 
CHH 1 



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H 
H 

S 
H 
H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
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E 

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1/02/198S 

1/04/1983 

2/15/1988 

2/16/1988 

3/12/1988 

3/12/1988 

3/23/1988 B 

3/25/1988 A 

3/26/1988 

3/28/1988 

3/28/1988 

10/19/1988 

11/09/1988 

12/21/1988 



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N 
N 
N B85 

N 

P N M14 
P N C36 
P N 
P N C60 

N 
P N C45 

E 

N H65 
P N H90 
P N H90 



H 2 6/07/1988 A 6 P U W15 



H 
H 
H 
H 

S 

s 

H 
H 



11/11/1988 B 
12/01/1988 A 
12/02/1988 A 
12/03/1988 A 
12/03/1988 A 
12/03/1988 C 
12/09/1988 B 
12/13/1988 A 



6 
1 
4 
12 
4 
2 
8 
8 



R56 



H 2 11/02/1988 B 6 N 
H 2 11/03/1988 A 13 N 



2 2/29/1988 B 7 N 

2 3/24/1988 A 20 N 

2 4/13/1988 D 4 N 

1 5/05/1988 B 1 N 

2 6/06/1988 B 1 N 



2 1/08/1988 D 
2 5/27/1988 D 



9 P F C19 
9 P F C19 



H 2 1/10/1988 D 5 J 

H 2 10/30/1988 D 5 J 

H 2 11/18/1988 C 6 N 

S 2 11/18/1988 C 2 N 



2/24/1988 
5/20/1988 
5/30/1988 
5/30/1988 
6/02/1988 
6/03/1988 
7/07/1988 



N 

N K65 
N B85 
N B85 
E 

N R53 
N 



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SUBJECTS 



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LIMITS OF NEW UNC LIABILITY INSURANCE COVERAGE UNCLEAR 
tiKtJHKMfMl SUCCEED AGAINST CORP. BOARD 
LIB ON LIFE 

^ T^TviJK SF^KTnlS^Srai Y^OUR HUSBAND AGAIN, TOO 
IPS MONEY WE STRUGGLE TO EARNiWHY TREAT IT AS MONEY TO BURN? 
ISN'T CREATIVITY THE REAL MOTHER OF INVENTIONS? 

breakfast: A MEAL FOR THE MOURNING _ 

TOSSOUT YOUR OPINIONS, BUT BE READY IF THEY BOOMERANG 
AGE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH 'IT' 

SSPJS^& r ^V^J^SS& BE FORCED INTO HAPPINESS 

UHENBAD HABITS TAKE HOLD, INDIVIDUALISM IS STRANGLED 

YOU CAN SPOIL A CHILD BY SPARING THE RULES, TOO 

THE FIRST SOUND OF SPRING IS CAR TIRES BEING KICKED 

FINALLY? UE GET THE LAST LAUGH ON DESIGNERS m _ 

LETA GRATEFUL, LOVING ATTITUDE FEED YOUR SPRING FEVER 

HAVE YOU GIVEN YOUR ACCOUNTANT A HUG RECENTLY? 

TV 'PSYCHOLOGISTS' KEEP US GLUED TO THE COUCH 

HERALD COLUMNIST FINDS SECOND BOOK IN YEARS OF JOURNALS 

HEALTH AND WEALTH: IT WAS A DOUBLY TAXING APRIL 15 

SAZ&Zk & STOPS T».*IW OF ™ 

£1 SUB' JF smfJWSWBff 

ADA^TO%EhImBErWjES WE STAND-AND FALL-FOR 
WHEREVER YOU DECIDE TO SPEND VACATION, HAVE FUN 

THIS SUMMER, TAKE ON A REAL CHALLENGE — RELAX 

ALL THOSE CHIPS, AND STILL THE OLD BLOCK ISN'T DIMINISHED 

•SMOKE LORE' — A PART OF OUR HERITAGE 

EVENTS FROM 1776, AS SEEN BY A 19TH-CENTURY WIT 

HE KNEW WHAT IT MEANT TO BE KIND ^ m 

THIS SUMMER, WHY NOT VISIT A LONG-LOST FRIEND Br ^ ma , 
LABEL EARS 'OPEN FOR BUSINESS,' LABEL MOUTH 'CLOSED FOR REPAIRS' 
IF YOU CAN'T READ A GOOD BOOK, TRY LISTENING TO ONE 

REMEMBER GENTEEL TENNIS PROS? THEY'RE BACK 

AS A TRUE 'REVOLUTION,' FIBER IS HANGING BY ATHREAD 

IT SEEMS LIKE EVERYBODY IS MOVING TO DURHAM THESE DAYS 

TO STAY IN THE SWIM OF THINGS, KEEP ON PADDLIN' 

REMINDING THOSE ON THE TOPRUNG HOW THEIR CLIMBBEGAN 

FIRST DAY: HEARTWARMING REPORTS FRO) THE CLASSROOM 

'ANY OLD BUSINESS? ANY NEW BUSINESS? ANY BUSINESS BEING HERE?' 

EXPAND THE RANGE OF YOUR VOCABULARY - AND EMOTIONS 

ONE MAN'S OPINION ON THOSE MHO / PE SERVE, TO M HM* 

FEELING OUR WAY THROUGH ANOTHER PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN 

WHY DIGNIFY TRASH? 

COLUMN WAS EMBARRASSING 

DON'T BLAME THE VICTIM 

HK* I T0 I MOTH^l]HLAwf TAKING BAD JOKES IN GOOD HUMOR 
'POOR* COLUMN INSENSITIVE _ n , wr „ 1 
HALLOWEEN: A LIGHTER SIDE OF DECEPTION 

LIBBY-OWENS FORD CO. mmm 

UNION VOTE SET AT LAURINBURG PLANT 

LIBEL 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO HtlSpH! NX^tSEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO SLANDER 

COMMISSIONER'S LAWSUIT DISMISSED 

THE FIRST AMENDMENT CORRECTLY REAFFIRMED 

VERDICT IN TOBACCO ADS SUIT UPHELD _ mrAi 

VICTIM OF 'BATTERED SPOUSE SYNDROME' TO GET NEW TRIAL 

LIBEL TRIAL ON LETTERS ABOUT FEDERAL APPOINTMENT OPENS 



CHH 1 9/28/1988 A 1 N S17 
CHH 1 11/05/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 12/30/1988 C 4 N U80 



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 



1/04/1988 A 
1/11/1988 A 
1/18/1988 A 
1/25/1988 A 
2/01/1988 B 
2/08/1988 A 
2/13/1988 A 
2/22/1988 A 
2/29/1988 A 
3/07/1988 B 
3/14/1988 B 
3/21/1988 A 
3/28/1988 B 
4/04/1988 B 
4/11/1988 A 
4/18/1988 B 
4/20/1988 A 
4/25/1988 A 
5/02/1988 A 
5/09/1988 A 
5/16/1988 B 
5/23/1988 B 
5/27/1988 A 
5/30/1988 A 
6/06/1988 A 
6/13/1988 
6/20/1988 
6/27/1988 
7/04/1988 
7/11/1988 
7/18/1988 
7/25/1988 
8/01/1988 
8/08/1988 
8/15/1988 
8/22/1988 
8/29/1988 
9/05/1988 
9/12/1988 .. 
9/26/1988 B 
10/03/1988 B 
10/10/1988 B 
10/17/1988 A 
10/18/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/19/1988 
10/19/1988 
10/24/1988 
10/26/1988 



10/31/1988 B 



6 
7 
6 
6 
1 
6 
6 
6 
6 
1 
1 
6 
1 
1 
6 
1 

15 
6 
6 
6 
1 
1 
4 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
1 
1 
1 
6 
4 
4 
4 
4 
6 
4 
1 



U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
F J40 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 

U G78 

U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U 678 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U 678 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
U G78 
L 
L 
L 
L 

U G78 
L 
U G78 



H 2 8/25/1988 C 6 N 



H 


2 


2/25/1988 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 


2/27/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/05/1988 A 


14 N 


H 


2 


4/06/1988 D 


4 N 


H 


1 


5/17/1988 C 


1 N 



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S U B J E 



M! BRHUUSUHb n LIBEL TRIAL __ 

^XW^^^^mSSe 1ST AMENDE 
JUD« UPHOLDS BURLINGTON MAN'S LIBEL AWARD 

SS S^lllfSTc^S H1H 'BABY- AND W 
GARDNER MARKS HISTORIC VICTORY 

LIB S^AU30 S DUKE UNIV. MASTER OF ARTS IN LIBERAL STUDIES 

1HF&T T O^T^^TE TU 0| TS LIBE^ ARTS EDUCATION 
UNC TO HOST CONFERENCE ON LIBERAL ARTS 
JOINT DUKE-UNC CONFERENCE SCHEDULED 
MORE THAN 500 EXPECTED FOR EDUCATION CONFERENCE 
ACADEMICS CONSIDER FUTURE OF LIBERAL ARTS 

BWIVWlni ABOUT LITERARY CONFLICT |e 

LOOK TO BRI^FUTURETnOT TROUBLED PAST, PROF TELLS LIBERALS 

LIBERALS „ 

i U SGSSH? DEMOCRATIC CO*M*TI0N 
SAD DAY FOR DEMOCRACY 

I^P^S^^&^KING LIBERA! JOTY? 

NX. L pfficiAN?^Y V RECollDER LIBERAL OR PROGRESSIVE LABELS 

SMALL CAN BE DEVASTATING 

DUKAKIS IS AN ULTRA-LIBERAL ^^ 

MARTIN DOUNPLAYS IDEOLOGY IN RACE 

LIBERALS TRY TO BRAINWASH US 

DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM TOO LIBERAL 

'TIGERS OF DOWNTRODDEN' 

CONSERVATISM VS. LIBERALISM 

WHAT'S WRONG WITH LIBERALS? 

SgSS ^REPUBLICANS IN R*EIGH 

WHAT'S WRONG WITH 'LIBERAL'? 

TAKING PRIDE IN LIBERALISM 

DUKAKIS' LIBERAL AGENDA 

WHAT DOES LIBERAL MEAN? 

DUKAKIS IS A LIBERAL 

LIBERALS BOOSTED AMERICA 

•L' WORD MEANINGS 

LIBERAL IS NOT A DIRTY WORD 

LIBER LIBERIA HOLDS N.C. MAN ON TREASON CHARGES 

KSs* &f^&ffi%«l* INTENTION IN LIBERIA 

LI ^MEOTARIAjVcANDIDATE WANTS TO ZAP DRUG LAWS, IRS, BIG BROTHER MENTALITY 
PAUL, MARROU TO BE WRITE-IN CANDIDATES ON NOV. 8 BALLOT 
THE THIRD CANDIDATE „ ._„,„ 

S ^^^gffl^t^B** THAN 7,000 VOTES IN N.C. 

LIBERTY 

SEE FREEDOM 

SEE U.S. CONSTITUTION 



C T S 


1 


>AGE1208 








1/24/89 




S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


1 5/19/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 5/20/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/22/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


1 5/31/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 7/20/1988 B 


1 


N P41 


S 


2 8/22/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 8/30/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 11/05/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 11/08/1988 A 


12 P N 


H 


2 11/10/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 5/19/1988 B 


1 P N P38 


H 


2 8/28/1988 B 


6 


N D80 


CHH 1 9/09/1988 


7 


N 


H 


2 9/14/1988 B 


5 


N D80 


Of 


1 9/16/1988 A 


7 P N 


CHh 


1 9/17/1988 A 


3 


N S17 


CHH 1 9/17/1988 A 


3 


N S17 


H 


2 9/18/1988 B 


5 


N J40 


at 


1 9/19/1988 A 


1 


N S17 


H 


2 1/04/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 1/12/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 1/20/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 2/24/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 5/02/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 5/30/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 6/03/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 6/29/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 8/08/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 8/08/1988 B 


4 


J 


H 


2 8/18/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 8/24/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 8/26/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 9/01/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/11/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/12/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 10/21/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 10/26/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/26/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/28/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 11/01/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/01/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 11/04/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 11/04/1988 A 


5 


L 


H 


2 11/05/1988 A 


4 


L 



H 2 9/14/1988 A 16 N 
H 2 11/17/1988 C 5 N 
H 2 11/24/1988 DUN 



S 

S 

H 

CHH 

H 



4/13/1988 C 

9/12/1988 C 

10/27/1988 A 

11/12/1988 A 

11/16/1988 B 



N B85 
N 
L 

N H90 
N 



LIBERTY BOWL 



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SUBJECTS 



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S 
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C -f6 



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SEE COLLEGE BOULS 
THE LIBERTY CART (OUTDOOR DRAMA) 

S ^ S GRO»ffiTO^ DRAMA'S ROOTS RUN DEEP IN TAR HEEL SOIL 

LIBERTY CORP. 

CONFLICT OF INTEREST 

LIB ^ f U^RANcf J FI^ TOBE ASKED TO ALTER POLICIES CHARGING BLACKS.., 

THE LIBERTY OAK 
SEE ALSO TREES 
GUILFORD'S LIBERTY OAK TOPPLES 

t TftFRTY INTU 

ONE-THIRD OF ACADEMY'S CLASS OF '88 IS YUGOSLAVIAN 

LIBERTY WAREHOUSE 
UOtEN BEWARE 
PROSECUTOR TELLS JUDGE WAREHOUSE FIRE DELIBERATE 

I TRRARTAWS DURHAM 

NHS LIBRARIAN TURNS MEDIA CENTER INTO POPULAR SPOT 

LIBRARIANS^N.C^ hcKENNA, FRIEND, SUPPORTER OF WRITERS 
LIBRARY PIONEER FINDS RETIREMENT SUITS HIM FINE 

LIBRARIANS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO LAW LIBRARIANS 
DOCUMENTS COST LIVES 

LIBRARIES, INTERNATIONAL 

COMPOUNDING A CATASTROPHE 

LIBRARIES, N.C. , _ , T „ AOT „ 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, LIBRARIES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., LIBRARY __ 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, LIBRARIES^ __ 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY, BRANCHES 

SEE ALSO HYCONEECHEE REGIONAL LIBRARY 

SEE ALSO N.C. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION __ 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE RESEARCH LIBRARIES NETWORK 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C, LIBRARIES 

COMPUTER NETWORK TO LINK LIBRARIES OF UNC SYSTEM 
OLD LIBRARY BOOKS FOUND IN FAYETTEVILLE 
ALDERMEN AGREE TO STUDY IDEA OF TOWN LIBRARY 
N.C LIBRARIES FACE INCREASING CENSORSHIP CHALLENGES 
ATTITUDES, POLICIES CUT EFFORTS AT CENSORSHIP 
STORYTELLERS, OXFORD SITE OF FIFTH ANNUAL FESTIVAL TODAY 
STORYTELLERS CHILDREN MAKE THE MOST RECEPTIVE AUDIENCE 
LIBRARIAN SAYS STATE DRAGGING FEET ON DEPOSITORY SYSTEM 

LIBRARIES, N.C, CENSORSHIP 

WOMAN ASKS ROCKINGHAM COUNTY LIBRARY TO BAN NOVEL 

LIBRARIES, N.C, VANDALISM AND THEFT 

SEE ALSO VANDALISM, N.C. _ 

MAN IS CHARGED WITH STEALING 723 BOOKS FROM LIBRARY 

LIBRARIES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK 
SEE ALSO NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY 
SEE ALSO PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES 
SEE ALSO SPECIAL LIBRARIES ASSOCIATION 

BE LAURENTIIS SELLS FILM LIBRARY RIGHTS 

PUBLISHER ANDREW MCNALLYJ 'GREAT LIBRARIES SHOULD BE FOCAL POINT...' 



H 2 6/17/1988 D 12 P F U66 

H 2 3/16/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 8/05/1988 A 8 N 

H 2 6/18/1988 A 16 N 

H 1 5/26/1988 B 1 P N T33 



S 2 1/29/1988 C 1 P P M66 
S 2 6/14/1988 C 5 N 



H 2 10/29/1988 B 1 U 



H 2 9/23/1988 A 10 
CHH 1 11/17/1988 A 3 U L41 



H 2 2/29/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 4/12/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 1/31/1988 A 15 N L90 

S 2 7/02/1988 A 8 N 

CHH 1 7/20/1988 A 1 N Vll 

H 2 8/11/1988 A 12 N K65 

S 2 8/12/1988 A 4 E 

H 1 9/15/1988 B 1 N T33 

H 1 9/15/1988 B 1 N J20 

H 2 10/15/1988 C 1 N N36 



H 2 4/15/1988 BUN 



H 2 6/30/1988 A 16 N 



H 2 3/16/1988 A 8 N 
H 2 3/27/1988 E 3 P U H49 



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Y SUBJECTS 



D — DATE- 



S 
E 

C -fG 



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LI ^&y^isT^Sl^T5^ID EXTINCTION 

LIB SEE ALSO LEPTIS MAGNA, LIBYA 
TERRORISM AND MORE QUESTIONS 
STORY NEEDS CORRECTION 

LIC ^| C TE ffl^^^i N.C. LICENSE OFFICES 

BBB'MBg^^lSb SOUTH'S BttVERY 

P^C^LOG^NSE^ATES STOLEN AT NCMH 
C^TIVELICENSE AND THE ... CONSTITUTION 
POLICE LOG^ISTUDENTS CHARM yiTH STEALING TAJS 
POLICE LOG/LICENSE PLATES TAKEN FROM PARKED CARS 
NORTH CHINA'S LICENSE PLATE. JUST DQESN T, WELL, FLY 
PERSONALIZED PLATES TAKE A LITTLE WIT, A LOT OF EGO 

LICENSE PLATESiN.C. 

^M FKSfzEfgcENSE PLATES FLOOD N.C. OFFICE 

LICENSE TAGS _ u „ 

SEE LICENSE PLATES, N.C. 

LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES 
SEE ALSO NURSES, N.C. 
NURSE'S NOVEL WINS BOOK AWARD 
NURSING GRADUATES TO BE HONORED 

LIC H r ALSO°N^. BOARDS m COWISSIONS 
SEE ALSO N.C. REAL ESTATE LICENSING gARD 
SEE ALSO NURSING HOME LICENSING AND FEGULATIONS 

UNLICENSED VETERINARIAN VICTIM OF CHANGING TIMES 

SHELLFISHING LICENSE MAY GO UP 

LICK CREEK SEWAGE TREATMENT ^PLANT e „__ 
SEE ALSO SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS, DURHAM 
PANEL OKS SEWER LINE TO CHEWNING JR. HIGH 
SWAGE TREATMENT SHORTAGE THREATENS DUR^GROUTH 
SCALED-DOWN PLAN FOR SUBDIVISION GETS BOARD'S OK 
SEWAGE JUMP PUSHES TREATMENT TO LIMITS 

LIE DETECTORS 
SEE POLYGRAPHS 

LIFE EXPECTANCY 
SEE ALSO AGING 
SEE ALSO DEATH RATE 

SE ELimYlaJ T PATIENTS WILLING TO REPEAT STAY TO PROLONG SURVIVAL 



LIFE FLIGHT 

SEE DUKE UNIV. 



MEDICAL CENTER, HELICOPTER SERVICE 



H 2 2/27/1988 A 4 H 



H 2 1/13/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 10/28/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 4/22/1988 A 13 

H 2 4/27/1988 A 4 

H 2 5/02/1988 A 5 

H 2 5/02/1988 A 5 

CHH 1 9/12/1988 A 3 

H 2 9/21/1988 B 1 

CHH 1 9/24/1988 A 3 

CHH 1 10/29/1988 A 9 

H 2 11/13/1988 B 1 

CHH 1 12/07/1988 A 8 



N 
L 
L 
L 
N 
F 
N 
N 
' U N36 
U 



P F Zll 



S 2 6/11/1988 B 8 N 



H 2 5/22/1988 B 3 N 
H 1 6/24/1988 C 1 N 



S 2 1/20/1988 C 4 
H 2 9/04/1988 C 6 



S 2 11/01/1988 B 

H 2 11/03/1988 A 

H 2 11/16/1988 C 

S 2 11/16/1988 C 



1 N H70 

1 M N N36 

2 P N A54 
1 N H65 



CHH 1 8/12/1988 A 7 N 



LIFE INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE ___ 

S£ rjURHjM aSSTSf^POLICY TO PAY DEATH BENEFITS FOR FATALLY ILL 
i^FEINa^^Pa*IESPROVIDE 'LIVING DEATH BENEFIT' 
TUO DBUWKraraiOBE ASKED TO ALTER POLICIES CHARGING BLACKS... 
INSURANCE FIRM OFFERS EARLY PAYMENTS TO DEATHLY ILL 
PEOPLES SECURITY OFFERS NEW PLAN 

LIFE MAGAZINE 



s 


? 


3/12/1988 A 


8 P N W82 


H 


? 


4/12/1988 A 


11 N 


H 


? 


8/05/1988 A 


8 N 


s 


? 


9/01/1988 C 


1 N W82 


H 


2 


9/02/1988 B 


8 N C47 



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P D — BATE — C -PG L P BYL 



SEE ALSO MAGAZINES _ 

PARKS TO GIVE REED SARRATT LECTURE 

LIFE SENTENCES __ 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 
SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MURDER, N.C. tmmmmm 

WAKE MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE FOR MURDER 

SEX OFFENSE OF BABY DRAWS LIFE TERM 

MAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE IN SLAYING 

N.C. FUGITIVE APPREHENDED _ 

TARBORO MAN GETS SECOND LIFE TERM 

MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE FOR FATAL SHOOTING 

SANFORD MAN GETS LIFE PRISON TERM IN HOLDUP SLAYING 

WAKE MAN GETS LIFE FOR KILLING HIS WIFE 

SENTENCE SAME DESPITE REHEARING mrmu ^ 

OPINIONS VARY IN CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE SENTENCE 

UPSHUR SENTENCED TO LIFE PLUS 10 YEARS 

UPSHUR SENTENCED TO TWO LIFE TERMS, 10 YEARS 

UPSHUR TO BEGIN SERVING TERM AT RALEIGH'S POLK YOUTH CENTER 

FORMER NURSE IS SENTENCED IN COMATOSE PATIENT'S DEATH 

COUPLE SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON FOR GIRL'S DEATH 

COURT UPHOLDS CONVICTION IN THREE SLAYINGS NEAR APEX 

MAN GETS 3 LIFE TERMS 

STUFFEL GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR SLAYING 

JURY OVERTURNS DEATH SENTENCE _ 

LIFE SENTENCE UPHELD IN MURDER CASE 

SOLDIER RECEIVES LIFE SENTENCE 

CATAWBA SLAYING BRINGS LIFE TERM 

MAN GIVEN LIFE TERM FOR FATHER'S DEATH 

RALEIGH MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE PLUS 24 YEARS „ m 

VA. MAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT ON GIRL 

LIFE-SUPPORT MACHINERY 

QUESTIONS OF LIFE AND DEATH ^^^ 

HOSPITAL PANEL DEBATES LIFE-SUPPORT SYSTEMS 

LIFEGUARDS 

POOL WHERE CHILD DROWNED ENLARGES STAFF 

ON GUARD 

CLARK LIFEGUARD TAKEN OFF DUTYj PAY STOPPED 

POOL INCIDENT PARTIES TRY DISPUTE SETTLgfNT CENTER 
POOL INCIDENT PARTIES TRY DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER 
WE ARE L0SIN6 THE ART OF GETTING ALONG 

LIFEGUARD CHARGE TO BE DROPPED 

OTHERS REPORTEDLY SHOCKED WHERE LIFEGUARD ELECTROCUTED 

NEW LIFEGUARD PROGRAM SEEKS RECRUITS AMGNG NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTHS 

LIFEGUARDS NO LONGER ASSIGNED TO PARKERS CREEK AREA 

LIFELINE INTERNATIONAL 

THE VOICE OF COMPASSION 

LIFELINE UNIT 

BENEFIT FOR LIFELINE PLANNED 
REMEMBER LOVED ONES 

LIFESAVING 
SEE HEROISM 
SEE RESCUES 

LIFESTYLES 

MOVE OVER DAD— RAMBO ANNIHILATES SNOW-BOUND 
CITY PLANNERS LOOK TO DURHAM'S FUTURE 

MORE, BIGGER STORES COMING „„.„», 

PERSONAL ADS FLOURISHING WITH '80S COMPUTER GENERATION 
PROMISCUOUS LIFE STYLES _ 
AN ANTHROPOLOGIST'S SUMMER: GARBAGE 

LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO CO. 



CHH 1 10/27/1988 A 7 P N 



H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/14/1988 B 
1/18/1988 B 
1/23/1988 D 
1/26/1988 B 
1/28/1988 C 
1/28/1988 C 
1/30/1988 A 
2/03/1988 B 
2/16/1988 A 
2/16/1988 B 
2/23/1988 A 
2/24/1988 A 
2/24/1988 C 
2/26/1988 B 
2/26/1988 B 
3/10/1988 D 
3/13/1988 B 
3/18/1988 A 
5/05/1988 B 
5/06/1988 C 
5/19/1988 
5/27/1988 
9/28/1988 
11/02/1988 
12/09/1988 



CHH 1 
S 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



7/11/1988 A 
9/24/1988 A 



CHH 

S 

CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

H 



6/17/1988 

7/08/1988 

7/14/1988 

7/18/1988 

7/22/1988 

7/22/1988 

7/23/1988 

7/26/1988 

7/30/1988 B 

8/07/1988 A 

8/21/1988 B 



8 N 

10 N 

12 N 

14 N 



N 

2 N S82 
8 N 
1 P N B53 
1 N S82 
1 P N B53 
5 P N 
10 N 

N 

N 



10 
3 



15 N 



20 N 

13 N 

2 N 

13 N 

5 N S82 



7 N 
1 N H65 



3 

1 I 

3 

1 

3 

3 

4 

3 
10 

3 
14 



N M70 
P L38 
N M70 
P T32 
N B21 
N M70 
E 

N M70 
N 

N M70 
N 



H 2 5/02/1988 A 4 L 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



2 11/18/1988 A 4 L 

2 12/07/1988 B 3 P P T37 



1/09/1988 A 
1/31/1988 A 
2/01/1988 A 
2/13/1988 C 
5/19/1988 A 
5/31/1988 B 



N S51 
P Q Zll 
P Zll 

N K65 

L 

N U80 



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S U B J E 



SSTS S.'SiM$W am*™ 

LID LIFTED ON SMOKING RISK DATA 
L^K'lSK IN LAJ^UIT 

HARRINGTON SAYS L&M SOUGHT BETTER, BUT NOT SAFER CIGARETTE 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY 

AD AGENCY FOUND SMOKERS DEPENDENT 

FORMER L&M CHIEF DIES__ 

HARRINGTON, FORMER LIGGETT HEAD 

LIGGETT WILL HALT PRODUCTION 1 WEEK 

L&H WORK TO STOP FOR WEEK ,„ Arm . ,_._ 

EBB?ffiMB TEST^RE CONGRESSIONAL PANa 

HWRWHn -iWkg ci^tte 

1STL&M STOCKHOLDER SESSION BRIEF; FIRM SAID STRONGER 

DURHAM IS LOSING ITS KING „„ Ars ^ m - 

LoM HAS NO PLANS FOR 'SMOKELESS' CIGARETTE 
L&M TO MARKET CANDY PRODUCTS 
CAMPAIGN TRAIL 

BBFI MYERS BUILDS UP 'PYRAMID' 
LI6GE mIsI SSS IB ^-YE^&OBACCO SANIES 

^igfSg^lffin EttNINGS 

LIGGETT & MYERS NET INCOME UP 

LIGGETT GROUP 

DEPOSITION TAKEN IN SUIT AGAINST L&M 

EX-RESEARCHER FOR L&M GIVES DEPOSITION IN SUIT tou 

TRIALPATCRS MAY REVEAL RISK COVER-UP BY TOBACCO INDUSTRY 

LIGGETT REPORTS 3 QUARTERS OF HIGHER PROFITS 

LIGGETT! CIGARETTE DOCUMENT WON'T AFFECT NEW JERSEY SUIT 

TOBACCO LAWYERS CHALLENGE EXPERT'S TESTIMONY 

EX-SESEARCHER'S TAPED TESTIMONY BLAMES LAWYERS 

SMOKER-DEATH SUIT DRAWS PUBLIC RELATIONS EXPERTS 

MEMOS INDUSTRY SOUGHT TO CLOUD CIGARETTE RISKS m „ TT 

praFESSORTESTIFIES SOME CIGARETTE ADS IMPLY SOMEBENEFIT 

JUDGEFffUSES TO DISQUALIFY LAWYER FOR TOBACCO COMPANIES 

STs&k^»H IN TKI^OFCIG^ETTE FIRMS 
JURYTO DECIDE CONSPIRACY CLAIM IN CIGARETTE SUIT 

S^kK M HlVBL 3 TOBACCO COMPANIES 
CIGARETTE COMPANIES TOASK JUDGE AGAIN TO DECLARE MISTRIAL 
JUDGE DENIESMOTION FOR MISTRIAL IN SUIT AGAINST TOBACCO COMPANIES 
NEWJERSEY JUDGE REFUSES MISTRIAL MOTION IN TOBACCO SUIT 
PUBLIC COMPANIES IN TRIANGLE AMONG STATE'S LARGEST 
TOBACCO COMPANIES' DEFENSE RESTS IN CIGARETTE SUIT 
COMPANT MEMO CITES AOKEEHENT TO LIMIT CIGARETTE RESEARCH 
CTTjAFfTTESUIT NEARING END WITH LAWYERS' SUMMATIONS 

TOBACCO CTJ^KILLErfcUSTOMERS, WITHOUT REMORSE, LAWYER SAYS 
JURYBEGINS DELIBERATIONS IN CIBWETTCUABILITY SUIT 
JURY CONTINUES DELIBERATIONS IN CIGARETTE SUIT 

imKnSKBATV^V^ LONG-TERM DWCT 

LIGGETT LIABLE IN SMOKER'S SUIT 
LIGGETT GROUP RULING'S EFFECTS VARIED 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D ■ 


—DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 


1/11/1988 C 


1 N B53 


S 


2 


1/25/1988 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


1/26/1988 B 


3 U U66 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 A 


1 N L41 


H 


2 


1/30/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/04/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


2/05/1988 A 


1 N W82 


S 


2 


2/08/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/18/1988 A 


14 N 


S 


2 


2/18/1988 C 


4 N 


H 


2 


2/19/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


2/25/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/09/1988 C 


8 N 


S 


2 


4/13/1988 A 


1 P 


H 


2 


4/14/1988 C 


6 P 


S 


2 


4/25/1988 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 


4/26/1988 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


6/14/1988 A 


1 N W82 


S 


2 


6/15/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/18/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


6/29/1988 C 


1 N W82 


S 


2 


6/30/1988 A 


1 P N U82 


H 


2 


7/01/1988 A 


13 N 


S 


2 


7/28/1988 C 


1 P N W82 


S 


2 


8/04/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


9/01/1988 C 


1 N H65 


S 


2 10/17/1988 A 


1 N W82 


S 


2 11/04/1988 C 


2 P P S73 


S 


2 12/23/1988 C 


4 P P T37 


H 


2 12/28/1988 D 


5 N 


H 


2 


3/06/1988 B 


1 P U L57 



S 2 11/05/1988 C 1 P N 



S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/11/1988 C 
1/12/1988 B 
1/18/1988 A 
1/29/1988 A 
2/06/1988 B 
2/10/1988 B 
2/12/1988 C 
2/17/1988 C 
3/02/1988 C 
3/10/1988 C 
4/05/1988 B 
4/06/1988 C 
4/07/1988 
4/22/1988 
4/22/1988 
4/23/1988 
4/26/1988 
5/04/1988 _ 
5/06/1988 B 
5/15/1988 C 
5/19/1988 B 
5/21/1988 B 
6/02/1988 C 
6/03/1988 C 
6/07/1988 B 
6/08/1988 B 
6/10/1988 C 
6/11/1988 C 
6/14/1988 A 
6/14/1988 A 
6/14/1988 A 



N B53 

N S82 

N 

N L41 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 



14 P N 



N 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



1 P N 

1 N 

12 N 



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SUBJECTS 



WE^rE^ SKESS^ ANTI-SMOKING SIKE 
WRfMlWUFMNtt SAFE! (CARTOON) 

mum/am ^ar «*«*> 

CONSTITUTION GOES UP IN SMOKE „_.__ 

^MFflSSSSi cTRE^SI^ffi'lN THE SMOKING CONTROVERSY 
PA. TOBACCO LITIGANTS LOSE, KIN 

S&^s'SoSSs^ INDUSTRY FUTURE BRIGHT 
JUDGE REJECTS MOTIONS IN SMOKING-DEATH SUIT 
LIGGETT VERDICT WRONG, 3 JURORS SAY 

REPORTS OF BUYOUT PUSH LIGGETT, AMERICAN STOCK UP 
AMERICAN BRANDS DOESN'T WANT LIGGETT 
LIGGETT GROUP SIGNS ACCORD TO SELL CANDY 
LIGGETT ADDING LOW-COST CIGARETTE CALLED PYRAMID 

LIGGETT GROUP, SALES AND EARNINGS 

SEE ALSO LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO CO., SALES 
LIGGETT REPORTS 3 QUARTERS OF HIGHER PROFITS 
TRIANGLE WORLD TRADE CENTER DEBATED 

LIGH ^ajflALDY' LIGHTHOUSE WILL BE RELIGHTED TODAY 
OLD BALDY CASTS LIGHT ON COASTAL N.C. HISTORY 
N.C. ARTIST TO MARK PARIS FLIGHT 

LIGHTNING „ 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, LIGHTNING 
ARCS ACROSS THE DURHAM SKYLINE 
IT'S ALIVE! 

OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS TAKE HEED OF SEVERE WEATHER 
500 IN HILLSBOROUGH LOSE POWER THURSDAY 
1987 LIGHTNING DEATHS A RECORD 
PYROTECHNICS BY NATURE _ , mmmmt 
LIGHTNING WILL STRIKE TWICE AT CHURCH 

LIGHTNING SUSPECTED 

LIGHTNING MAY BE CAUSE Of HOUSE FIRE 
HILLSBOROUGH BLAZE 

researcher: lightning risk underestimated 

LIGHTS 

SEE ALSO STREET LIGHTS 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SIGNALS ^ m ™ AnTTTm 

WRIGLEY'S ILLUMINATION PUTS END TO TRADITION 

TRADITION DIES AT WRIGLEY 

LET THERE BE LIGHTS 

FLASHING RED LIGHT BRINGS CHARGES 

LI'L ABNER (COMIC STRIP AND PLAY) 
DOGPATCH U.S.A. REVISITED 
DURHAM'S YOUNG THESPIANS 

LILIES 

SEE ALSO DAYLILIES 
SEE ALSO FLOWERS 

WATER LILIES PRETTY, TASTY 

WATER LILIES EDIBLE AS WELL AS LOVELY 

LILLIAN SMITH BOOK AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
DUKE PROFESSOR'S BOOK TOPS SOUTHERN FICTION 

I Tl I Y FNTlTBJMFNT INC 

INSTITUTE PLANNED AT NCCU ON SPORTS ADMINISTRATION 



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9 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



6/14/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/17/1988 
6/18/1988 
6/19/1988 B 
6/21/1988 A 
6/25/1988 A 
7/26/1988 B 
7/28/1988 D 
8/25/1988 B 
9/04/1988 A 
9/10/1988 A 
9/17/1988 A 
9/17/1988 C 
9/19/1988 A 
10/18/1988 A 
12/15/1988 D 



2 1/29/1988 A 
2 1/30/1988 A 



1 N W82 
1 N 
1 N C60 
4 TT R56 
4 E 
4 T T R56 
4 E 

N 

U 

N 

N 

N C47 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 



8 N 
5 N 



1 N L41 
9 P N W82 



H 2 4/02/1988 A 11 N 
S 2 4/04/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 4/26/1988 C 5 N R80 



H 


2 


4/28/1988 A 


1 P P S73 


S 


2 


5/11/1988 C 


1 P P L38 


S 


2 


5/24/1988 D 


3 P U A76 


CHH 1 


6/10/1988 A 


3 N H90 


H 


2 


6/14/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


6/18/1988 C 


1 P P S73 


H 


2 


7/16/1988 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


7/28/1988 B 


3 P P T32 


S 


2 


7/28/1988 C 


3 N 


CHH 1 


8/21/1988 A 


3 P P K30 


S 


2 


9/07/1988 C 


5 N 


S 


2 


3/01/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


8/10/1988 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


8/23/1988 A 


2 P P T44 


H 


2 10/31/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


4/22/1988 A 


12 P P T32 


H 


2 


4/22/1988 D 


21 P P T32 



S 2 6/10/1988 B 2 F 
H 2 6/14/1988 A 9 N 



H 2 11/12/1988 C 1 P N 
H 2 8/30/1988 B 1 N A54 



LIME KILN THEATER 



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SEE ALSO LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 
OL' VIRG1NNY DRAMATIZED AT LI1C KILN 



LII€S A LIME 'IMPOSTOR,' PEPPER BUSHES AND A 'LOST' SHRUB 

UM iffi I Af SO CLASS ACT LIMOUSINE KRVICE 

^R^T^m SSKSlW. LDOJBWE FINANCE 

£^^KWlNE OW€RS 
CELEB FOR A DAY 

LINCOLN COmilTY .H^TOOENTER 
SEE ALSO CHURCH CONNECTION 

SEE ALSO TEBH.INK „ m 

COUNTY SET. TO OK MONEY FOR SHELTER 

MMMj 

LINCOLN CENTER GETS ACCREDITED 

ftWJLWC£°SEWICE HOPING TO GROW WITHDUJHAM COUNTY 

^^"W^sffiS S C^P C*ING PEOPLE 
THE CHURCH CONNECTION 

BMU CLUB! A MODEL GROUP „ 

PROGRAM WINS AWARD FOR NUTRITION PROJECT 

"■"ftffi^W*^ MINTED 4-2-88) 

■H B TE^sKj^ CAKS 
NEW SHELTERS WILL HOUSE THE HOMELESS 

LI>C %OTnGRESS«AN HONORED AT CEREMONY IN LINCOLN COUNTY 

LI ^iVraS Sing gun at deputy 

LINCO MORT^TY A RATES AT 5 N.C. HOSPITALS EXCEED PROJECTIONS 

LINCOLN NATIONAL UFEJNjUWHCE CO. 
TRIANGLE HMOS GETTING NEW RIVAL 

LINC£ VaM0US PIRATE LAFFITE MAY BE BURIED IN LINCOLNTON 
JAPtfCSE PIANO MAKERS, LINCOLNTON IN HARMONY 

LI ^V^Tn£^^C*<CER RESEARCH CENTER 

L1N Sffi I AlSO CLOTHING (SEE ALSO NtfCS OF SPECIFIC ARTICLES OF CLOTHING) 
OH, KY! STARS AND GARTERS 



H 2 5/27/1988 D 9 P F C19 
H 2 7/31/1988 E 10 U 



H 2 6/08/1988 B 9 N M97 

H 2 10/20/1988 C 1 P P 

H 2 11/27/1988 B 12 J 

S 2 12/23/1988 A 2 P P S76 



s 


2 1/08/1988 C 


1 N M06 


s 


2 2/20/1988 A 


9 P P S73 


H 


2 2/26/1988 C 


5 N 


H 


2 3/31/1988 C 


7PPT32 


H 


2 4/10/1988 A 


1 M N C60 


S 


2 5/10/1988 B 


5 P U A76 


s 


2 5/23/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 11/20/1988 E 


1 P F S56 


H 


2 11/20/1988 E 


1 P F S56 


s 


2 12/02/1988 C 


1 N H65 


S 


2 3/26/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 3/26/1988 A 


1 N M06 


s 


2 3/29/1988 A 


4 E 


s 


2 4/06/1988 B 


1 P F S27 



H 2 3/15/1988 C 6 N 

H 2 1/05/1988 B 4 N 

H 2 12/16/1988 A 1 N 

H 2 4/12/1988 B 5 N C60 



S 2 3/23/1988 B 4 N 
H 2 11/30/1988 A 2 J 



H 2 7/29/1988 A 6 P F Zll 



LINK-UP CAROLINA 

7Kttti&UUBJtt&*^ HOOKUP CH^GES H H 



^^CONSTITUTION CELEBRATION SET AT N.C. 
PLEDGING HELP 

LINN COVE VIADUCT 

SEE ALSO BRIDGES, N.C. 



CENTRAL LAW SCHOOL 



1/05/1988 C 
3/05/1988 B 
3/08/1988 A 
3/21/1988 C 



N 

N 
E 

N W82 



2 2/08/1988 C 
2 3/30/1988 A 



4 N 
2 P P L38 



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SUBJECTS 



PARKWAY'S 'MISSING LINK' SHOULD INCREASE TOURISM 

lml % UOKEN KILLED AND MAN INJURED IN FALL AT OVERLOOK 

FATALAaiDENTS ON PARKWAY EXTREHELY RARE, OFFICIALS SAY 
TOURISTS HEARD VOICES AT OVERLOOK WHERE TWO WOMEN FELL TO DEATHS 
JUDGE REFUSES BOND FOR MAN CHARGED IN PARKWAY DEATHS 

LIONS 

THE LION RIDES FREE 

t TfiNS CLUB DURHAM 

LIONS'CUJB GIVES SCHOOLS $10,000 FOR DRUG PROGRAM 

SCHOOLS' DRUG ABUSE PROGRAM GETS $10,000 

HAMPTON'S OVERHAUL STRENGTHENS PATROLS 

WINNER 

NEW OFFICERS 

LION'S FETE 

LIONS CLUB INDUSTRIES 
SEE ALSO BLIND 
LIONS CLUB INDUSTRIES BUILDING 

LIPIDS 

SEE ALSO BLOOD 

PHARMACEUTICAL FIRM MAY BE DOWNTOWN 

SPHINX SYMBOL APPEALS TO BIOTECH RESEARCHERS 

LIQUOR-BY-THE-DRINK, GRANVILLE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY, N.C. 
OXFORD KILLS PROPOSAL ON INNS, EYES MIXED DRINKS 

LIQUOR-BY-THE-DRINK, LUMBERTON 
SEE ALSO LUMBERTON, N.C. 
LUMBERTON VOTES 2,166 TO 1,933 AGAINST MIXED DRINKS 

LIQUOR-BY-THE-DRINK, N.C. 
SEE ALSO BARS 

SEE ALSO COCKTAILS _ 
SEE ALSO LEGAL DRINKING AGE 
SEE ALSO N.C, LAWS _ 

ANTI-DRINK RALLY HELD IN MONROE mt>Av 

SOME COUNTIES AND TOWNS HAVE REFERENDUMS TODAY 

HOKE COUNTY TO VOTE ON MIXED-DRINK SALES 

VOTERS IN GIBSONVILLE APPROVE LIQUOR STORE 

LIQUOR-BY-THE-DRIMK, OXFORD 

SEE ALSO OXFORD, N.C. 

MIXED DRINKS REQUEST SENT BACK TO OXFORD 



LIQUOR HOUSES 

'LIQUOR HOUSES' 



RAIDED IN WILSON 



LIQUOR HOUSES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

TWO HEN SHOT AT LIQUOR HOUSE 

TEEN CHARGED IN LIQUOR HOUSE SHOOTING OF TWO 
SHOOTING VICTIM IN SATISFACTORY CONDITION 

LIQUOR RAIDS 

SEE ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

LISTEN AND REMEMBER (OUTDOOR DRAMA) 

S ^ S GRaW%Tro?1uTIM0R DRAMA'S ROOTS RUN DEEP IN TAR HEEL SOIL 

LISTERIA 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
ORGANON TEKNIKA TEST SPEEDS UP LISTERIA DETECTION 



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H 2 5/02/1988 A 23 N 



10/19/1988 A 
10/20/1988 A 
10/26/1988 B 
10/27/1988 B 



18 

11 

2 

8 



H 2 2/09/1988 B 2 P P T32 



S 2 4/07/1988 C 1 N S92 

H 2 4/09/1988 B 6 N 

S 2 5/05/1988 A 1 N B53 

S 2 5/19/1988 C 3 P P T32 

S 2 7/07/1988 C 3 P P K30 

S 2 12/08/1988 C 10 P P T32 



H 2 8/28/1988 F 1 P P T37 



S 2 9/08/1988 A 1 N U82 
H 2 11/13/1988 B 1 N K65 



H 1 3/10/1988 B 1 N T33 



H 2 6/02/1988 A 13 N 



H 2 2/12/1988 B 8 N 

H 2 3/08/1988 A 14 N 

H 2 7/27/1988 A 9 N 

H 1 10/05/1988 C 1 N 



H 1 5/17/1988 C 1 N 
H 2 10/11/1988 B 5 N 



H 2 1/10/1988 B 1 N 
H 2 1/11/1988 B 8 N 
H 2 1/21/1988 B 2 N 



H 2 6/17/1988 D 12 P F W66 



H 2 2/19/1988 C 3 N C60 



LITERACY 



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c -re 



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SEE DURHAM LITERACY COUNCIL 

SEE ILLITERACY 

SEE N.C. LITERACY COUNCIL 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY LITERACY COUNCIL 

LITHI FIRmra« STATEWIDE TRADE GROUP 

LITHOTRIPTER 

SEE ALSO KIDNEY STONES 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 

SiKPfSfb iaeUtHmam ^ problem 

KIDNEH5T0NE MACHINE MAY BE USED ON GALLSTONES 

LIT S£E ALSO CAROLINA CLEAN COUNTRYSIDE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO DUMPING 

SEE ALSO GLAD BAG-A-THON „ 

SEE ALSO KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM „ 

SEE ALSO KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL SYSTEM OF DURHAM-DURHAM CO. 
SEE ALSO KEEP N.C. BEAUTIFUL, INC. 
SEE ALSO VACANT LOTS 

KEEP DURHAM CLEAN 

DURHAM TO TAKE PART IN CLEANUP 

MILL SURVIVORS BE SHOT AGAIN? 

fggUg B^Sfr TONS OF GARBAGE 

keep beaches clean 

rbSility flutter begins at home ^ 

DURHAM TO STASH ITS TRASH (CORRECTION PRINTED 3-29-88) 

SeR° CLEANUP^JECT SLATED APRIL UAT UNC 
TMSYEAR, CITY'S SPRING CLEANING IS NATIONAL AFFAIR 
STOP TRASHING ROADWAYS mm§ 

DURHAM TO 'GET A HANDLE ON LITTER' „__,,-- 

LOCAL, STATE PROGRAMS ATTACK LITTER PROBLEM 

OVER THE TOP 

DEFENDING MIKE ROYKO _ 

LITTER DRIVE COLLECTS 62 TONS 

CLEAN UP PARRISH STREET 

DURHAM HIGH SCHOOL CLEANS UP rms 

VOLUNTEERS PICK UP 62.2 TONS OF LITTER 

VXUNTEERS CLEAN ROADSIDES BORDERING DUKE FOREST 

i rrfc n cam up OUR ACT 

BEECH MOUNTAIN ANNUAL EVENT WAS REAL TRASHY 

MEDICAL DEBRIS HASHES UP ON N.C. COAST 

NAVY CLEANUP Of N.C. BEACHES NETS LITTLE DEBRIS 

RULES OIIDE AREA HOSPITALS ON WASTE DUMPING 

WASTE OF NCMH NOWHERE NEAR SEA 

CLEANUP CONTINUES ««-« .-, „«■ 

BEACH-GOERS MAY WANT MORE ALERTNESS AT SHORE 

40M0RESAIL0RS XIN N.C. BEACH CLEANUP EFFORT 

GOVERNOR SEES NO REASON FOR LAWSUIT AGATNST NAVY 

OFFICIAL SAYS VIAL FOUND ON BEACH CONTAINED BLOOD 

GET TOUGH ON DUMPERS { ^^ 

(^CIALl' S RULE^0N^NFKTi0US WASTE DISPOSAL VIRTUALLY UNENFORCEABLE 

THORNBURGl S a3EmWr.*BSi OCEAN (CORRECTED 8-24-88) 

ENVIRONMENT SUFFERS 

CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN MAKES BEACHES SAFER 

THORNBURG! OCEAN DUMPING LAWS EXIST 



S 2 2/03/1988 A 13 N W82 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 

CHH 1 
H 2 



2/07/1988 B 

4/03/1988 B 

10/19/1988 A 

11/20/1988 A 

11/26/1988 B 



6 P N C60 
V N D80 
12 U 
3 P N S17 
5 N D80 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



1/04/1988 A 

1/06/1988 A 

1/06/1988 B 

1/16/1988 A 

1/20/1988 

1/20/1988 

1/29/1988 

3/03/1988 

3/27/1988 

3/29/1988 

4/09/1988 

4/10/1988 

4/12/1988 

4/13/1988 

4/14/1988 

V15/1988 

4/15/1988 

4/16/1988 

4/16/1988 

4/18/1988 

4/18/1988 

4/25/1988 

4/27/1988 

4/28/1988 

4/29/1988 

4/30/1988 

6/26/1988 B 

7/12/1988 A 

7/15/1988 B 

8/09/1988 A 

8/11/1988 

8/11/1988 

8/11/1988 

8/11/1988 

8/11/1988 

8/12/1988 

8/12/1988 

8/13/1988 

8/14/1988 

8/15/1988 B 

8/16/1988 B 

8/20/1988 D 

8/22/1988 A 

8/23/1988 A 

8/26/1988 B 



A 
A 
A 
A 
D 
A 
C 
E 
A 
C 
C 
A 
A 
A 
C 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



4 
13 

1 

4 
11 

4 

4 

5 

1 

2 
10 
14 

4 

5 
1 

10 

12 
4 
4 
4 
8 
4 
8 
4 

10 

10 
1 
4 

12 
9 
1 
1 
1 
2 
4 

10 

10 
7 
4 
1 
1 
4 
4 
4 
4 



L 

N 
P P L38 

E 

N 

E 

L 

J 
P F 

N 

N 
P U B56 

L 

N 
P N M06 

N 
K30 



Oil 
C19 



P P 

E 
M N 

E 
P P L38 

L 

N 

L 
P U T37 

N 
P N C47 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N N36 

N S17 
P P 

E 

N 
P N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N C47 

L 

E 

N 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



HOSPITAL WASTE (CARTOON) 

MEDICAL TRASH AGAIN LITTERS N.C. SHORES 

MEDICAL WASTE SOURCE A PUZZLEi MORE WASHES UP 

NAVY NO LONGER DUMPING MEpiCALWASTES ATSEA 

NEW NAVY REGULATIONS ARE POSITIVE RESPONSE 

WHAT ABOUT LIBERTY PROMISED BY PLEDGE? 

2 FACE SUMMONSES FOR LITTER VIOLATION __ 

K^SI^S^ HI RIGHT OF WAY FOR NEW ENO.., 

UTTER-CONTROL ORDINANCE TO GET LEGAL TEST IN DURHAM 
MORE LITTER CONTROL NEEDED 

BOTTLERS TAKE RIGHT ACTION 

STEPSARE BEING TAKEN TO PROTECT SEA AND SHORE 
BEACH SWEEP? CAROLINA COAST SET FOR MASSIVE CLEANUP 

'BEACH SWEEP' PICKS UP 23 TONS OF TRASH 

COURT ACTION DELAYED ON MEN FACING LITTER CHARGES 

BEACH SWEEP AGAIN CLEANS STATE'S SHORES 

SIMPLE SOLUTION MAY BE THE BEST _ 

BEACH SWEEP TURNS UP BOWLING BALL FROM BRAZIL 

MORE MEDICAL WASTE TRACED TO NAVY SHIP „__„ 

TwBUT HE TOLD ME IT WOULDN'T BE PERMANENT! (CARTOON) 

ONCE AGAIN: STOP DUMPING! mmimBm 

MEDICAL-WASTE BILL IS PROPER RESPONSE ~ 

NAVY DISCIPLINES THREE CREWMEN ON MEDICAL WASTE nMrmTAU _ 

TOWN MULLS RESTRICTING NEWS RACKSi CITES UTTER, PEDESTRIANS 

POL^ E LOG^UNC N STUDENT CHARGED IN 'LITTERING' INCIDENT 

STUDENTS GIVE ROADS CLEANSCAPE; PHILLIPS JR. STUDENTS CAN 50 BAGS... 

LITTERING OUR ROADSIDES , 

fSPSG£ KflHLWBb CLEAN UP...THE HAWRIVER... 
THE OEAIH? ».AND MANY CHAPEL HILL ROADS START TO FLITTER... 
GOOD CAUSE ILL-SERVED BY BALLOON LITTER 
STUDENTS AT JORDAN REALLY CLEANING UP 

LITTLE. BRYAN, WORTH. LUCAS AND BROCK INC; ___ p _ CTn mrT 
WOMAN TOLD TO PAY RESTITUTION IN REAL ESTATE EMBEZZLEMENT 



THE LITTLE BIG CIRCUS SHOW _ 

CRITIC, 2, GIVES THUMBS UP TO 



CIRCUS SHOW' 



LITTLE BIG THEATER COMPANY 

THEATER FOR CHILDREN DEBUTS SATURDAY 

DURHAM THEATER FOR KIDS A HIT IN DEBUT 

CURTAINS UP ON CABARETS, 'ORGASMO' 

OUR BIG LITTLE ENTERTAINMENT _ ai ^^ m ^ Trrw . 

'JOLLY ROGER' WINS PRAISE, IF QUALIFIED, AFTER PREMIERE 

JAPANESE, 'FUN' FESTIVALS SET 

CRITIC, 2, GIVES THUMBS UP TO 'CIRCUSSHOW' 

LITTLE BIG OPENS FRACTURED 'MOTHER GOOSE' 

PARODIES OF MOTHER GOOSE DELIGHT YOUNG, OLD 

LITTLE BIG MELODRAMA 

LITTLE BIG THEATER 'WINTER'S TAIL' HAS 'RUFF' OPENING 

THEATERS PLANNING A FEW CHANGES FOR THE NEW YEAR 

LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, DURHAM 
SHOTS FIRED AT CAR 
2 HELD FOR STEALING GUN ALLEGEDLY USED IN HEIST 

LITTLE CHARLIE I THE NIGHTCATS 

NIGHTSPOTS OFFER MUSIC MIX _ „™«. 
JOE SATRIANi: A GUITARIST GARNERING ATTENTION 
CALIFORNIA BLUESMAN 'JUMPS' FOR GREENS 
A LITTLE BIT OF THIS, A LITTLE BIT OF THAT 

LITTLE GERMAN BAND 
JOINING THE DANCE 



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2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 


2 



8/29/1988 A 
8/29/1988 B 
8/30/1988 B 
8/31/1988 C 
9/01/1988 
9/03/1988 
9/07/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/09/1988 
9/09/1988 
9/10/1988 
9/13/1988 
9/19/1988 
9/22/1988 .. 
9/23/1988 A 
9/23/1988 A 
9/25/1988 B 
9/27/1988 C 
10/03/1988 A 
10/04/1988 A 
10/05/1988 A 
10/05/1988 B 
10/06/1988 A 
10/09/1988 D 
10/10/1988 A 
10/12/1988 B 
10/12/1988 A 
10/17/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/23/1988 
11/02/1988 
11/02/1988 
11/20/1988 
11/20/1988 
11/26/1988 



12/24/1988 B 



4 
1 
1 
3 
4 
4 
1 
8 
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4 
6 
6 
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4 
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16 
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4 
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3 
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T C50 

N 

N 

N 

E 

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N M06 

N 

N R63 

N M06 

E 

N B53 

L 

E 

N S56 

N S56 

N 

N B53 

E 

E 

N 

N 

T 

E 

E 

N 

N M70 

E 

N 

N H90 

L 

N M70 

N H90 

N H20 

E 

U S76 



R56 



CHH 1 12/09/1988 A 3 N H90 



H 


2 6/17/1988 D 


11 R P10 


H 


2 3/04/1988 D 


6 N 


H 


2 3/08/1988 A 


15 U W66 


H 


2 3/18/1988 D 


10 U W66 


H 


2 4/01/1988 D 


12 P F W66 


H 


2 4/19/1988 A 


11 U W66 


S 


2 4/28/1988 D 


3 P I 


H 


2 6/17/1988 D 


11 R P10 


H 


2 9/09/1988 D 


9 N 


S 


2 9/29/1988 D 


9 R R90 


H 


2 10/07/1988 D 


13 P F W66 


H 


2 11/18/1988 D 


5 R 


H 


2 12/19/1988 B 


1 P U W66 


H 


2 2/15/1988 B 


1 N M51 


S 


2 3/11/1988 C 


1 N B53 


S 


2 5/19/1988 D 


5 P I 


H 


2 5/20/1988 D 


4 P F 


S 


2 9/15/1988 D 


3 P F B71 


H 


2 9/16/1988 D 


12 P F W66 



H 2 6/05/1988 B 3 P P S73 



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BAVARIAN-STYLE BAND TO PERFORM FREE PARK CONCERT 
GERMAN DAWCING LESSON 

LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO BABE RUTH LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
SEE ALSO BRONCO LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO NORTH DURHAM LITTLE LEAGUE 
m /gen URAL-TV (RALEIGH, N.C.) 
FREECUNIC TO BEFFEREIJ FOR YOUTH LEAGUE COACHES 
D'ARMI HIGHLIGHT OF RURITAN DINNER 

^E^LIT^S^p^T^ PICTURED 

MINOR DIVISION (&rt>IONSHIP HAS MAJOR LEAGUE EXCITEMENT 
DURJWH LITTLE LEAGUE PLANS BIG-LEAGUE MEETING 
NORTH DURHAM LITTLE LEAGUE MEETS 
DUKAKIS' CASE IRRELEVANT 

* S 1 ^^™^ CROWD DOWNTOWN FOR SHOW 

^TATE^MOVES TO PROTECT ALL OFI €USE 
ENO PANEL NEUTRAL ON DEVELOPMENT 
NELLO TEER URGES REZONING 
REZQNING BAfl BLOCKS QLIARRY 
TEER MAY DIG ORANGE QUARRY 
DURHAM, PERSON 'BREAK THEICE' 
TEER STILL WANTS CITY SUPPORT FOR QUARRY _, 

mMutraSstm postal service u*ge county action 
petition seeks to halt treyburn sewer lines 

COUNCIL P«£L DELAYS QUARRY R§S?WSE nMm 

DURHAM'S WATERSHED LAW WON'T STOP TEER QUARRY 

COUNCIL NEUTRAL ON QUARRYFLAN 

cawCIL QUARRY VIEWS LEGITIMATE FOR DEBATE 

PLflMNG rm GETS GREEN LIGHT TO VOTE ON TEER OJARRY 

FIRM SAYS PE^fflf COUNTY NOT r^UTTJ* WATERSHEDS 

RUNNERS SEEK TO LET TEER QUARRY EXPAND 

PLANNING BOARD BACKS QUARRY m , TW ^ m 

QUARRY rfSFRVES OK IF PLANS PROTECT WATER 

T^YBURNOFFICIALS WELCOME PROBE OF REPORTED VIOLATIONS 

PROBE SOUGHT ON TREYBURN BRIDGE 

LITTLE RIVER WORK UNDER WAY TODAY 

STATE TO REPLACE BRIDGE ON SOUTH LrjfLLROAD 

NUIS#C£ TACTICS BEING USfDTO 'STOP ^™^ 

TREYBURN COMPLYING WITH ORDER ON WORK AT BRIDGE, 

COJNTTWTEtfAINST QUARRY ZONE 'STUNS' TEER CO. 

BELL TELLS WHY HE OPPOSED QUARRY 

REJECTION OF QUARRY COULD BE BIG MISTAKE „ 

QUARRY NOT wS TOFELP CONTROL JRWffl IN WATERSHED 

EDITORIALS AGAINST SAVE THE WATER ARE GOOFY 

TWO DOCUMENTS ACCOMPANY CLARK'S LETTER 

TENANT TIES OUSTER TO TREYBURN WOES 

GROUP ASKS HELMS TO PROBE TT^YKJWCUIMS 

COLLIDER MAY AFFECT STUDY ON WATERSHEDS 

TENANTS LOSE ROUND IN TREYBURN EVICTION CASE 

HEN PLAN TO APPEAL TREYBURN EVICTION 

UATER QUALITY WORRIES COLLIDER COMMISSION 

SIERRA CLUB NO NAYSAYER M ___ 

TREYBURN DEVELOPERS DROP EVICTIONS 

LITTLE RIVER, S.C. 

NO PROBLEMS BUT DYIN' OAKS 

LITTLE RIVER DAM 
DAM DEDICATED 
BRAVE NEW DAM 

LITTLE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 



SANFORD SAYS 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 


6/18/1988 A 12 N 
6/26/1988 A 3 P P T32 



S 

s 

5 
S 
S 
S 

s 
s 

s 

H 



S 
H 
S 
S 
S 

s 
s 

H 
H 
S 
S 

s 

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

s 

H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 



1/26/1988 B 
4/12/1988 D 
4/19/1983 D 
5/17/1988 B 
5/24/1988 D 
7/19/1988 B 
7/19/1988 B 
9/13/1988 B 
9/27/1988 D 
10/07/1988 A 



N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N 

N A76 
N A76 
U A76 
N A76 
N A76 
L 



H 2 2/11/1988 B 10 H 



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 



1/15/1988 
1/28/1988 
1/28/1988 
2/03/1988 
2/09/1988 
2/11/1988 
2/11/1988 . 
2/23/1988 B 
2/26/1988 A 
3/01/1988 B 
3/03/1988 A 
3/08/1988 B 
3/10/1988 A 
3/15/1988 B 
3/23/1988 B 
3/31/1988 A 
4/06/1988 C 
4/08/1988 A 
5/11/1988 A 
5/12/1988 B 
5/13/1988 A 
5/16/1988 A 
5/17/1988 A 
5/20/1988 C 
5/24/1988 C 
5/25/1988 B 
5/25/1988 A 
6/03/1988 
6/11/1983 
6/1 1/1983 
6/18/1988 
6/23/1988 
6/29/1988 
6/30/1988 B 
6/30/1988 C 
7/14/1988 C 
9/26/1988 A 
11/14/1988 A 



2 11/13/1988 B 
2 11/14/1988 C 



N 

N S51 
N M06 
N M06 
N H70 
N M06 
N H70 
N A54 
N L40 
N H70 
N H70 
N H70 
E 
N M06 

N 

N M06 

N A54 

E 

N M06 

N 

N M06 

N M06 

E 

N M97 

N M06 

N A54 

E 

L 

L 

L 

N M06 

N M06 

N M06 
' N A54 
' N B53 

N H65 

L 

N B53 



H 2 9/04/1988 D 5 U G33 



1 P P C45 
1 P P C45 



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CLEARING THE RECORD 

LITTLE RIVER PTA TO OBSERVE FOUNDERS DAY 

STUDENTS SEE WORLD WITHOUT LEAVING SCHOOL 

AW, 'CHUTE 

ON GUARD 

TOP GUARDS 

SCHOOL SMILES 

OF ABC'S, TIMERS AND TEACHERS' TACTICS 

LITTLE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FESTIVAL __ 
STUDENTS SEE UORLD WITHOUT LEAVING SCHOOL 

LITTLE RIVER RESERVOIR 
SEE ALSO LAKE MICHIE 

reWIlPwOULD ALLOW TREYBURN HOMESITJS^ ^^ 
COMMISSIONERS OK DEVELOPERS' PLAN OF TREYBURN HOMES 
PERSON KEY TO DURHAM'S WATER FUTURE 

ffi SM?S3&£^ COSTS OF PROTECTING WATERSHEDS 

LITTLE RIVER READY FOR DURHAM USE _ 

PLANNING BOARD DELAYS VOTING ON TEER QUARRY _ ^ mn OT „ 

COUNTY MIGHT HOLD 250,000 BY 2000, MULTIPLYING WATER, TRAFFIC, SEWER.,. 

PERSON BOARD WILL REQUEST MEETING ON SUPER COLLIDER 

COUNCIL PANEL DELAYS RESPONSE ON QUARRY 

THERE'S ROOM FOR CUTS IN DURHAM'S SPENDING 

COUNCIL HAS NEW QUESTION ON TEER QUARRY PROPOSAL 

Cm COUNCIL PUNTS TEER QUARRY QUESTION BACK TO COUNTY BOARD 

COMMISSIONERS GIVE PLAN BOARD PERMISSION TO VOTE ON QUARRY 

COUNCIL LOSES SIGHT OF WHAT'S IMPORTANT _„ 

PONDS SUGGESTED TO HELP CLEAN UP TWO RESERVOIRS 

WATER STUDY MAY NEED TO CONSIDER COLLIDER 

STATES QUARRY MAY LIMIT WATER QUALITY 

TEER WILLING TO REDESIGN ROUGEMONT STONE QUARRY 

TRIANGLE RESERVOIR LEVELS LOW ^ 

QUARRY REZONING TO FACE TOUGH SCRUTINY 
CITY FINDS WAY TO SAVE $1.14 MILLION 
BOND ISSUE HAY BE NECESSARY 
CITY IN QUANDARY OVER TREYBURN LOTS 

PROTECTING WATER MAY COST MILLIONS 

EXPERTS SAY KEEPING WATER CLEAN WILL BE COSTLY 

SPEND MONEY IN INNER-CITY ,. 

DURHAM SHOULD ESCAPE SUMHERWATjB SJCRTAGE 

AMPLE WATER SHOULDN'T CUT OFF CONSERVATION 

COUNTY NOT GOOD STEWARD OF WATER RESOURCES 

COLLIDER PANEL MAY TAP STATE FOR WATERSHED STUDY 

KARD SHOULD WAIT FOR WATERSHED STUDY 

DURHAM CANMT AFFORD VgROWTHIMAGE OF THREE-YEAR... (CORRECTED 7-24-88) 

TEER QUARRY WOULD NOT HURT WATERSH£D__ 

DURHAM MAY RECOUP PARTIAL COST OF WATERSHED STUDY 
REGIONAL PLAN DISCUSSED IN PR OTECTING WATERSHEDS 
DURHAM SEEKS HELP TO PROTECT WATER 
FIRM ENDING WATER STUDY; COUNTIES AWAIT RESULTS 

LITTLE SHOP Of HORRORS <FILM AND PLAY) 

RLT'S 'LITTLE SHOP' FINE, FUNNY SATIRE 
RLT'S VENUS FLYTRAP MUSICAL HAS BITE AND EASY TO DIGEST 
AUDREY II MAKES HER WAY TO CAROLINA UNION STAGE 
PLANT, POOKAH, 'PEANUTS' 5 TRIANGLE'S THEATER WEEK 
DUKE SERIES BRINGS SHOP OF HORRORS TO PAGE THURSDAY 
'LITTLE SHOP* REMAINS A HP FAUX 'FAUST' 

LITTLEJOHN DRIVE 

ANNEXATION PROPOSALS CHALLENGED IN HEARING 

LITTLETON, N.C. 

SCHOLARSHIP HONORS LITTLETON MAN 

LIVER TRANSPLANT 

NURSE RECEIVES LIVER TRANSPLANT 



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H 


2 


2/02/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


2/13/1988 C 


2 N 


S 


2 


3/08/1988 B 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 


3/18/1988 C 


1 P P M66 


S 


2 


4/13/1988 C 


9 P P S73 


S 


2 


5/14/1988 B 


5 P P T37 


H 


1 


9/07/1988 C 


4 P P M66 


H 


2 


9/30/1988 C 


1 N J40 


S 


2 


3/08/1988 B 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 


1/06/1988 C 


1 P P S76 


S 


2 


1/11/1988 C 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


1/12/1988 B 


1 N AS4 


S 


2 


1/12/1988 A 


1 N M06 


s 


2 


1/12/1988 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


1/13/1988 B 


9 N A54 


s 


2 


1/21/1988 A 


1 P N B85 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 C 


1 N A54 


H 


2 


2/09/1988 A 


1 P Q A54 


H 


1 


2/17/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


3/01/1988 B 


1 N S51 


H 


2 


3/02/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


3/04/1988 A 


10 N S51 


H 


2 


3/08/1988 B 


1 N S51 


H 


2 


3/16/1988 B 


3 N A54 


s 


2 


3/26/1988 A 


4 E 


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 


S 


2 


4/05/1988 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 


4/06/1988 A 


1 N B85 


s 


2 


4/06/1988 A 


1 N M06 


s 


2 


4/15/1988 A 


1 N H70 


s 


2 


4/18/1988 A 


1 N M06 


s 


2 


5/12/1988 A 


1 M N H70 


s 


2 


5/24/1988 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


5/25/1988 B 


1 N A54 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 A 


4 L 


s 


2 


6/16/1988 A 


1 N H02 


s 


2 


6/20/1988 A 


4 E 


cm i 


7/08/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 A 


1 N A54 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


7/22/1988 A 


5 J 


H 


2 


7/25/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


7/28/1988 A 


1 N T33 


H 


2 10/13/1988 B 


1 N A54 


s 


2 10/13/1988 A 


1 N H65 


S 


2 11/03/1988 C 


1 N H65 


H 


2 


5/24/1988 A 


9 P R L59 


S 


2 


6/02/1988 D 


9 R R90 


CHH 1 10/24/1988 A 


9 P N 


H 


2 11/04/1988 D 


6 P F W66 


H 


2 11/05/1988 C 


14 N 


H 


2 11/11/1988 D 


9 P R M31 



H 3 3/15/1988 B 1 N B81 
H 1 5/14/1988 C 1 N 
H 2 3/15/1988 B 4 N 



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LIVESTOCK 

SEE ALSO BEEF 

SEE ALSO BLUE TONGUE 

SEE ALSO BUTNER BULL TEST STATION _ _ 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL PIEDMONT JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW t SALE 

H ALSO DURHAM KIWANIS CLUB JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOU AND SALE 
SEE ALSO HOGS 
SEE ALSO POULTRY 
SEE ALSO SWINE 

FEEDIN' TIME IN N.C. _ „ 

LOSS OF CO-OP STILL BEING FELT 

POULTRY GROWERS KEEP LOSSES LOU 

fg?^ Srara l^uSf SELL LINSTOCK 

EHfl Mi^y^^ille woman of barnyard INTRUKRS 

ANGUS COWS KEEP EX-TEACHER BUSY 

LIVING-AT-HOME PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO HOME HEALTH CARE 

a 5 E fSSS?^^^^i OF KLP 

""■(■IMBLi WITH GALLIC FUNK 

A LIVING CULTURE IN DURHAM (BOOK) 
SEE ALSO BOOKS, DURHAM 

^C^TS'dI^RSE m OF WRITERS 
DURHAM W RITER S READ 

^tH'SISt! FREE PUBLIC READING 
WRITERS FETED AT WEEKEND EVENTS 

LIVING DEATH BENEFIT 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

S ^aFE I INSU^CE N POLICIES PROVIDE 'LIVING DEATH BENEFIT' 
WSJ^ FWIOFFERS EARLY PAYMENTS TO DEATHLY ILL 
PEOPLES SECURITY OFFERS NEW PLAN 

LIV SEE EoMESTEAD STATE HISTORIC SITE 
SEE DURHAM, N.C, HISTORY 

^^Wl^C^ffi^^SW OF *A*N UNCOMFORTABLE 

LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
EAGLES RIDE LATE EXPLOSION 
EAGLES CLINCH SHARE OF TITLE 
EAGLES CLINCH SOUTHERN DIVISION TITLE 

LIVI ^S C ^BEH^1LkiCTfFENSE, DEFENSIVE PRESSURE 
LIVINGSTONE TOPS TURNOVERS, KENTUCKY STATE 
HEELS, DEACONS DESPERATE FOR A WIN 
N.C. CENTRAL AT LIVINGSTONE 
HARVEY KEYS EAGLES' ROUT OF BEARS 
EAGLES 'FINALLY' COAST TO EASY WIN 
J.C. SMITH 32, LIVINGSTONE 6 
LIVINGSTONE 21, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 8 
LIVINGSTONE 19, FAYETTEVILLE ST. 13 

UVIN HEAL™ H CLUB 1 CmiN PLANS TO KEEP LOCATIONS OPEN, RESOLVE PROBLEMS 
S^tlfS cK JUTCMENT AGAINST LIVINGWELL SPA CHAIN 



H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 



2/15/1988 B 
7/04/1988 A 
7/12/1988 A 
7/13/1988 A 
8/03/1988 B 
8/22/1988 B 
8/26/1988 B 
9/08/1988 B 



P M66 
N H90 
N S63 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N J20 



H 2 7/02/1988 C 7 P N D22 
H 2 6/24/1988 D 3 R C81 



H 
H 

S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



1/31/1988 E 
4/21/1988 D 
4/24/1988 E 
5/15/1988 E 
5/19/1988 D 



H 2 4/12/1988 A 
S 2 9/01/1988 C 
H 2 9/02/1988 B 



3 P U H45 
9 N 
3 N 
3 N 
12 P N 



11 N 
1 N W82 
8 N C47 



S 2 3/11/1988 A 4 L 



S 2 1/22/1988 D 
H 2 2/14/1988 C 
S 2 2/15/1988 D 



2 P N P52 
1 N C68 
5 P N P52 



9/04/1988 B 
9/11/1988 C 
10/07/1988 B 
10/08/1983 B 
10/09/1988 C 
10/10/1988 D 
10/16/1988 C 
10/23/198S C 
11/06/1988 C 



N 
N 
N 
N 

N P75 
U A76 
N 
N 
N 



H 2 8/25/1988 A 18 N 
H 2 10/06/1988 D 4 N 



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LIZARD LICK GOOD COUNTRY COOKING 

TWO RESTAURANTS HELPING NEEDY IN DURHAM 
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS EVE MEALS 

LIZARD HAN 

ELUSIVE LIZARD MAN LIFTS ECONOMY OF BISHOPVILLE, S.C. 

LLOYD PROPERTY (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) „_ _ iBirvra , tMm 

COUNCIL GIVES MAYOR 2 WEEKS TO NEGOTIATE ON ANNEXED LAND 
CHAPEL HILL WILL SWALLOW PART OF DURHAM COUNTY LAND 

LO JAI (MUSIC GROUP) 

LO JAI PLAYS A NEW TRADITION 

LOAN APPLICATIONS 
SEE ALSO AUTO LOANS 
SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS LOANS 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO REVOLVING LOAN PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DEFAULT 

SEE ALSO HOME-EQUITY LOANS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING. LOAN PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO N.C, LAWS 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 

HOUSE COMMITTEE SUPPORTS HOME EQUITY LOAN DISCLOSURE 

STUDENT LOAN DEFAULTS NEED TO BE PLUGGED 

CHAPEL HILL EATERY GETS LOAN FROM CARRBORO 

LOAN COMPANIES 

SEE ALSO COLLECTION AGENCIES 
SEE ALSO PAWNSHOPS 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 
FINANCE OFFICES INCREASE IN 1987 

LOBBYING 

OPPOSE BUSINESS LOBBY 

FIRMS FORM STATEWIDE TRADE GROUP 

UNCONSCIONABLE EXEMPTIONS __ „ _ 

LOBBYING BILL WILL HELP REDUCE UNFAIR INFLUENCE 

UNC SEEKS BRIDGE WITH LAWMAKERS 

BILL FRIDAY, WACHOVIA CHIEF TO HEAD aUIDERLOBBY 

N.C. POLITICIANS MAY RECONSIDER LIBERAL OR PROGRESSIVE LABELS 

STATE PAYING SUPER COLLIDER LOBBYIST $20,000 PER MONTH 

LOBBYISTS FEEL POLITICAL CAMPAIGN COSTS 

ETHICS LEGISLATION NEEDED 

LOBBYISTS RATED; STUDY ALSO NOTES EFFECTIVENESS SWING 

LOBBYISTS' RANKINGS QUITE CURIOUS 

CPT NEEDS FREE HAND TO LOBBY, TRUSTEE SAYS 

LOBBYISTS SEEKING MERCHANT'S DISCOUNT ON N.C. SALES TAX 

GAY LOBBYIST REMINDS HATCH OF FUND-RAISER 

LOBBYISTS STILL PAYING THE CHECK 

DEAVER PAYS LIGHT PENALTY 

TOBACCO ADVOCATE PREDICTS MORE BATTLES IN SMOKING WAR 

BUSH WILL UNDERGO EARLY TEST ON ETHICS „_„ 

SOME LOBBYISTS MIFFED ABOUT FUND-RAISER FOR GARDNER 

LOCAL ACCESS AND TRANSPORT AREAS (LATA) 

SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, N.C. Mml 

N.C. COURT RULES COUPLE CAN SUE OVER SON'S DEATH 

LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSO SUPERFUND AMENDMENTS AND REAUTHORIZATION ACT (SARA) 
CHEMICAL PROBLEMS ASSESSED 
DURHAM SEEKS WAYS TO MEET EMERGENCIES 
INFORMATION CRUCIAL ELEMENT IN CHEMICAL EMERGENCY PLAN 

LOCAL HEROES (CHAPEL HILL HERALD COLUMN) 
516 ROSEBUSHES ARE HIS 'BABIES' 
THEY 'DON'T COME ANY FINER' 



H 2 12/20/1988 A 13 N 
H 2 12/25/1988 C 3 P P T32 



H 2 9/18/1988 B 1 U N36 



H 3 4/12/1988 B 1 N B81 
H 2 4/26/1988 A 1 M N B81 



H 2 6/24/1988 D 2 P R L37 



H 2 5/20/1988 B 4 P N 
S 2 6/18/1988 A 4 E 
CHH 1 10/19/1988 A 1 N Vll 



H 2 10/02/1988 B 11 N 



H 


2 


1/08/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


13 


N W82 


H 


2 


4/14/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


4/21/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


5/03/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/02/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


6/03/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


6/20/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/04/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


1 


7/19/1988 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


8/03/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


CHH 1 


8/06/1988 A 


1 


N L90 


S 


2 


8/20/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


9/03/1988 B 


5 P N 


S 


2 


9/22/1988 A 


6 


J Oil 


S 


2 


9/26/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 10/14/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 11/25/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 12/08/1988 B 


2 


N 



H 2 3/16/1988 D 6 N 



2 7/12/1988 A 
2 9/05/1988 A 
2 9/12/1988 A 



4 L 
1 P N H70 
4 L 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 



6/13/1988 A 1 P B K65 
6/20/1988 B 1 P N S12 



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TT'<5 BT DUTY. ON AGAIN FOR THIS AREA NURSE (CORRECTION PRINTED 7-13-88) 0*H 1 

'CAT SSy^WVkNCUS NEARLY EVERYONE IN TOWN (CORRECTED 7-11-88) CW 

CORRECTION gj j 

?f8§Fp8uL» HONORED FOR YOUTH WORK 



'JAP» ALLEN SAYS GOODBYE 
^ SSK PU*£D FOR CLAYTON 
LXH ^Y% C V' B CHIEF RESIGNS 

lSa 73bSg2fi28P*m GROWTH HB. NO GROWTH 
READY TO ROLL 

^^^^t^l^V LOUISE S*W 

LOCOMOTIVES __ 

SEE DIESEL ENGINES 
SEE RAILROADS, N.C. 
SEE TRAINS 

L0G C L0WO€ MAKER PLANS TO GO PUBLIC 

COUFtEBUILDS DREAM CABIN FOR POTTERY SHOP 
ijwOCCUPIED LOG CABIN BURNS TO THE GROUND 

ft^cluKuS IN A HIGH-TECH NEIGHBORHOOD . 

DES^CWKTMI IITLDBmE, ThSmU WANTS TO STAY PUT 
RAMSHACKLE, BUT HOME 
FIRE GUTS HILLSBOROUGH L06 HOUSE 

LOGGERHEAD TURTLES 
SEE ALSO TURTLES 
OAK ISLAND 'TURTLE WOMAN' 

"H ftg SBrSfffk&MIFIC **€S CF CONTESTS) 

DUKE POWER TO RETIRE REDDY T KILpWATT 
INNS FIGHTING OVER LOOK-ALIKE LOGOS 
LOGO SUIT SETTLED OUT OF COURT 

L0GOS bStCY PROVIIES LAST WORD FOR LOGOS 

ldlli ^i*e115eet in Hiiisasm* 

L0LLI B^IN£SS SWEET IN HILLSBOROUGH 
LONDON, ENGLAND 

SE raO^WUNT T BWD T IN N GROUP DAZZLING LONICNERS IN DRIZZLE 

SK Z'^fU MAJESTY SIZING 
PEAGAN ADDS TO HISTORY OF LONDON'S GUILDHALL 
^CARCtlNA BARBECUE TO BE W l^FLIGHTS 
AFTER THE SHOW, A 3-DAY TOUR OF THE GARDENS 

^^SaB LCKDON BUSES 



TRIES TO SAVE FUTURE OF LOGGERHEADS 



7/02/1988 A 
7/10/1988 A 
7/11/1988 A 
7/13/1988 A 
9/26/1988 A 



CHH 1 11/16/1988 A 



3 P N Vll 
1 P B M25 
3 P N 
10 N 
3 P N S12 
1 P N K70 



H 2 6/15/1988 A 11 N H60 

H 2 3/11/1988 C 1 N 

S 2 1/20/1988 C 1 P Q H70 

S 2 7/05/1988 A 2 P P T44 

H 2 12/13/1988 B 1 P U W15 



H' 
S 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
CHH 



1/31/1988 B 
4/13/1988 C 
5/11/1988 B 
5/12/1988 A 
5/20/1988 A 
9/15/1988 B 
9/18/1988 D 
12/05/1988 A 



N 
N 
N 
L 
F 
N 
E 
N R63 



S56 



H 2 9/03/1988 C 3PN 



S 2 3/02/1988 C 1 N W82 

H 2 4/29/1988 A 11 N 

CHH 1 11/10/1988 A 3 D N H90 

CHH 1 11/15/1988 A 3 N 

CHH 1 12/22/1988 A 2 N M70 

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

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



1/02/1988 A 
1/03/1988 B 
6/03/1988 A 
6/04/1988 A 
6/23/1988 A 
9/04/1988 E 



6 
1 

S 
11 

14 



N 

N 

U H49 
U H49 
N 

U 



H 2 3/13/1988 B 1 P N N36 



LONELINESS 



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SOLITUDE OUGHT TO BE ILLEGAL 

THE LONELY PASSION OF JUDITH HEARNE (FILM) 

'JUDITH HEARNE' WORTH WAIT FOR CLAYTON RETURN 
MAGGIE SMITH'S PERFORMANCE ANCHORS FILM 

LONG BEACH, N.C. 

USE OF BULKHEADS DEBATED 



H 2 8/03/1988 A 4 E 



2 6/03/1988 D 7 R S66 
2 11/04/1988 D 4 P R L59 



S 2 8/03/1988 C 5 N 



L0NG FUQ^INDUSTRIES' FOUNDER PAYS VISIT TO NAMESAKE BUSINESS SCHOOL AT DUKE H 2 
DURHAM COMPANY PLANS WAREHOUSE IN MORRISVILLE H 2 

LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA GODIVA TRACK CLUB 

SEE ALSO CITY OF MEDICINE ROAD RACE _ _ u ^ itoi 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNTY CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS 

SEE ALSO JOGGING 

SEE ALSO MCPHERSON 5K FOR SIGHT AND SOUND 

SEE ALSO PREDICTION RUN 

SEE ALSO RUN AGAINST CANCER 

SEE ALSO WALKING 

TAXING TIMES 

FRATERNITY PASSES THIRD OF RUN GOAL 

UNC STUDENTS IN FUND RUN 

SHE RAN HER FIRST MARATHON AT 31 

WEATHER, RUNNERS MAKE ROAD RACE A SUCCESS 

AND THEY'RE OFF 

BURROUGHS WELCOME ATHLETES WIN 

HEED NO-BRAWLING RUNNERS 

YOUNG RUNNERS OVERLOOKED 

COMPETITIVE FOCUS HINDERS EVOLUTION OF SOME ATHLETES 

LAST YEAR'S PREDICTION RUN TURNS INTO 10-K AND FUN RUN 

24-HOUR RUN TO RAISE MONEY FOR CANCER FIGHT 

CYCLIST GIVES UP TRAINING TRACK 

♦4,000 RAISED IN MCPHERSON 5K 

CHRISTMAS RUN WILL BENEFIT FOSTER CHILD REN 

CARY'S 'RUN IN THE NEW YEAR' ROAD RACE OFFERS DRY NIGHT; 



2/11/1988 D 
4/27/1988 A 



5 P U L41 
10 N 



H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 

CHH 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
HELP STAYING,,. H 



3/05/1988 C 
4/06/1988 C 
4/09/1988 C 
5/03/1988 B 
5/10/1988 B 
5/17/1988 D 
5/24/1988 B 
5/26/1988 A 
5/31/1988 A 
8/13/1988 A 
9/13/1988 B 
9/14/1988 B 
9/22/1988 A 
10/17/1988 B 
11/01/1988 B 
12/31/1988 C 



P 

N IJSO 

N 

N A76 

U A76 

P 

N 

L 

L 

U 

N A76 

N C60 

N U82 

N 

N 

NP41 



LONG-DISTANCE TELEPHONE CALLS 
SEE TELEPHONE RATES 
SEE TELEPHONES, DURHAM 
SEE TELEPHONES, N.C. 
SEE TELEPHONES, U.S. 

L0NG 6^HoWdEVeEpMENT, GOLF COURSE PLANNED NEAR HILLSBOROUGH 
LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO WKE^ffi^IC^CENTER LIFE CARE-LONG TERM CARE RESOURCE CENTER 

SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE „ u 

FORUM SET ON ETHICS, LONG TERM HEALTH CARE H 

NURSING HOME TAX INSURANCE FOR FUTURE f 

STUDY: 60X CAN'T COLLECT ON NURSING INSURANCE _ m .„«««„. § 

SENIOR CITIZENS ADVISED TO SAVE MONEY, NOT TO BUY NURSING HOME INSURANCE S 



H 2 6/28/1988 B 5 N R63 



5/12/1988 B 
5/19/1988 A 
9/20/1988 A 
9/23/1988 A 



N 
E 
N 
U 



LONGBRANCH SALOON 

'CONSISTENT MAGIC KEEPS THE GEORGIA SATELLITES ALOFT 

LONGEVITY 

SEE LIFE EXPECTANCY 

THE LOOTERS (MUSIC GROUP) 

THE LOOTERS OF SAN FRANCISCO 

LOOTING 

TWO BROTHERS CHARGED WITH LOOTING IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 

LORILLARD CORP. 



H 2 10/07/1988 D 4 P F L37 

H 2 7/29/1988 D 16 P P 
H 2 12/03/1988 A 10 N 



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DEPOSITION TAKEN IN SUIT AGAINST L&M 

l&m: product irrelevant in lawsuit __, _ 1TT 

LIGGETT: CIGARETTE DOCUMENT WON'T AFFECT NEU JERSEY SUIT 
TOBACCO LAWYERS CHALLENGE EXPERT'S TJSTIKONY 
EX-R£SEARCHER»S TAPED TESTIMONY BLAMES LAWYERS 

K^ ^fSSIe AI6 I*LY Sac BENEFIT 

»Ts&k^fffi IN TRI^IGARETTE FIRMS 

Sl^^ &0 SANIES 

CIGARETTE KIMPANIES TOASK JUDGE AGAIN TO DECLARE MISTRIAL ^ 
JUJ^DENIESMOTION FOR MISTRIAL IN SUIT AGAINST TOBACCO COMPANIES 
NEWJERSEY JUDGE REFUSES MISTRIAL MOTION IN TOBACCO SUIT 
TOBACCO COMPANIES' DEFENSE RESTS IN CIGARETTE SUIT _ 
C0MPANT NEW CITES AGREEMENT TO LIMIT CIGARETTE RESEARCH 
CIGARETTESUIT HEARING END WITH LAWYERS' SUMMATIONS 

TOBACCO C^^L^CUSTOHERS, WITHOUT REMORSE, LAWYER SAYS 
JURYBEGINS DELIBERATIONS IN C I GARETTELI ABILITY SUIT 
JURY CONTINUES DELIBERATIONS IN CIGARETTE SUIT 

SMffi^^^JSrON^ffirS^PsCOUNT LONG-TERM W ACT 

N"f jfcI^ETTE RSSffi^Um*** TO ANTI-SMOKING SITE 
VERDICT DOESN'T CLEAR SMOKE OVER LIABILITY 

L0S liAVIDSamOFS'S BOOK DESCRIBES SOVIET SPY'S WORK IN MANHATTAN... 
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA ' 

^.D^.OOO^BUMPER YEAR? (TURNING NEW LEAVES) 
DARE GETSRAVE FSVIEWS IN LOS ANGELES EVALUATION 
L.A.'S MONUMENT TO ITS 'ROAD WARRIORS' 

LOS ANGELES DODGERS 
ccr ai cfl SASFTWL 
AFTER 22YEARST SUTTON GETS ANOTHER SEASON IN SUN 
5 STATE BASEBALL PLAYERS JOIN PROS 
LASORDA'S EXPERIENCE PAYS OFF 
THE SCAPEGOAT GLOVE 
BULLDOG DODGERS GET WIN 

LOS ANGELES LAKERS 

tM§ §S SWBEftTS m* FOR FINALS BERTH 

LAKERS REPEAT AS NBA CHAMPS 

LAKERS' TITLE 'WORTHY' ACCOMPLISHMENT 
tfTPTHY'S BEST 

worthy: big-city SUCCESS with small-town values 

WORTHY CLINGS TO SIMPLE LIFE IN RITZY LA 

LOSING STREAKS _^ 
SEE ALSO RECORDS AND FIRSTS 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, STATISTICS 

DUKE RALLY FALLS SHORT 

LOW-FLYING BIRDS 

N.C. A&T SNAPS LOSING STREAK 

UNBEATEN GARNER OVERPOWERS TRITON ™ A ™-c 

POOR STARTS NOTHING NEW FOR TAR HEEL HEAD COACHES 

FOR DUKE FANS, LONG WAIT JWS OFF 

WOLFPACK WANTED TO PUT HEELS OUT OF GAME IN EARLY GOING 

TAR HEELS' LOSING SKID CLOSING IN ON LEADERS 

PRESSURE OFF UNC'S BROWN 

LOST AND FOUND .,„ 

DOGGONE GOOD SIGN HELPS FIND PET 



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s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 



1/11/1988 C 
2/05/1988 A 
2/06/1988 B 
2/10/1988 B 
2/12/1988 C 
2/17/1988 
3/02/1988 
3/09/1988 
3/10/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/07/1988 
4/22/1988 
4/23/1988 
4/26/1988 
5/04/1988 _ 
5/06/1988 B 
5/19/1988 B 
5/21/1988 B 
6/02/1988 C 
6/03/1988 C 
6/07/1988 B 
6/08/1988 B 
6/10/1988 C 
6/11/1988 
6/14/1988 
6/14/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/15/1988 



1 

1 
5 
5 
6 
9 
7 
8 
9 

12 
8 
3 
6 
6 
8 

10 
5 
8 
5 
3 
5 
9 
9 



N B53 
N W82 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
P N 
N 
N 
E 



H 1 2/03/1988 C 2 N 



H 2 2/07/1988 A 1 M Q 046 
H 2 6/23/1988 B 1 N M51 
CHH 1 12/31/1988 A 4 E 



H 


2 3/29/1988 D 


1 P U C68 


H 


2 6/10/1988 B 


2 N 


S 


2 10/14/1988 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 10/18/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 10/22/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 5/16/1988 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 6/05/1988 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 6/22/1988 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 6/23/1988 D 


1 P N 


S 


2 6/23/1988 B 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 8/04/1988 D 


1 P U M14 


S 


2 8/04/1988 B 


1 F U D18 


H 


2 4/25/1988 B 


2 N P75 


H 


2 5/03/1983 A 


4 E 


H 


2 9/18/1988 C 


5 N 


S 


2 9/24/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 9/28/1988 D 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 10/14/1988 B 


1 U C49 


H 


2 10/16/1988 C 


6 P N C49 


H 


2 10/17/1988 B 


5 N 


S 


2 10/26/1988 D 


1 N F25 



H 2 1/02/1988 C 2 P N 



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AIRPORT OFFICIALS PRAISED _ «...«,„. „ ArT 
STATE SAYS ITS »HOT' PROBE IN GRANVILLE SEALED, SAFE 
3,000 PAYMENTS TO PIEDMONT NATURAL SAS CO. MISSING 
DEVICE TRACKS LOST VICTIMS OF ALZHEIMER'S _ 
LONG-LOST RECORDS SAID TO SUPPORT SEVEN MILE SITE 
NOT-SO-LITTLE LAMB LOST _ mm 
DRUG FIND REPORTED BY THREE JUVENILES 
TEEN FINDS WINSTON CUP RING RICHARD PETTY LOST ON TRAIN 

LOST COLONY 

SEE ALSO OUTDOOR DRAMAS 
OUTDOOR THEATER JOBS CLOSE MARCH 7 
'VETS' MEET VISITORS AT CIVIL WAR SITE THIS SUMMER 
'LOST COLONY' OPENS ITS 48TH SEASON JUNE 10 
THIS YEAR'S 'LOST COLONY' REFURBISHED _ 
HOME GROWN THEATERjOUTDOOR DRAMA'S ROOTS RUN DEEP IN TAR HEEL SOIL 

GOVERNOR IN ELIZABETHAN COMPANY 

FDR MENDED FENCES ON TRIP TO MANTEO IN 1937 

LOTTERIES 

SEE ALSO GAMBLING 

SEE ALSO RAFFLES 

SEE ALSO SWEEPSTAKES _ „ 

N.C. LOTTERY NEEDED SAYS HARDISON 

HARDISON EXPECTS A RUNOFF 

N.C. DOESN'T NEED LOTTERY 

LOTTERY NOT A GOOD UAY TO RAISE EDUCATIONAL FUNDS FOR N.C. 

OPPOSED TO LOTTERY _ , tj 

OFFBEAT HISTORY: JEFF ERSON FAVORED LOTTERY 

HARDISON SEEKS LOTTERY FOR EDUCATION 

THE DANGEROUS LURE OF LOTTERIES, AUTHOR AT DUKE FINDS ESCALATION... 

TAR HEELS EXP EC TED TO SNAP UP VIRGINIA LOTTERY TICKETS 

LOTTERY TICKETS LEGALLY RISKY IN N.C. 

VIRGINIA STORES EXPECT LINES OF GAMBLERS 

DE^SANTA— SOME OF MY FRIENDS SAY YOU CAN NEVER GET... (CARTOON) 

34 PLAYERS HIT $5,000 LOTTERY PRIZE 

TAR HEELS VISIT VIRGINIA TO SCRATCH LOTTERY ITCH 

THORNBURG WON'T PROSECUTE LOTTERY PLAYERS 

BEWARE LOTTERY POLICE 

OF SCAMS AND LOTTERIES 

SWEEPSTAKES LAW STIFLES FREE SPEECH 

SELLING LOTTERY TAKES MONEY __ ^__ 

HIGH POINT RAID UNCOVERS VIRGINIA LOTTERY TICKETS 

REIDSVILLE COUPLE WINS $10, 000 IN VA. LOTTERY 

U.S. CLAIMS SAD TITLE OF 'LOTTERY JUNKY' 

NEIGHBOR'S LOTTERY COULD WEAKEN N.C. RESISTANCE 

VIRGINIA LOTTERY SALES REACH $150 MILLION m „, „ ATr , nTXCDV 

DURHAM CHAMBER BACKS PROPOSAL FOR REFERENDUM ON STATE LOTTERY 

LOU GEHRIG'S DISEASE 

SEE AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS 

LOUISBURG, N.C. „ „ _ 

THREE CHEVROLETS STOLEN FROM LOUISBURG CAR LOT 
TWO MEN ARE HELD ON DRUG CHARGES 
SECOND STOLEN VEHICLE RECOVERED IN FRANKLIN 
SIX CHARGED WITH SINGLETON MOTOR BREAK-IN 
SIXTH ARREST MADE IN THEFTS OF CARS 
ITEMS ARE STOLEN FROM MOBILE HOME 
TWO BREAK-INS PROBED IN LOUISBURG 
LOUISBURG PLANT LAYS OFF 150 WORKERS 
12-YEAR-OLD ACCUSED OF MAKING BOMB THREAT 
FRANKLIN OFFICERS INVESTIGATING TWO BREAK-INS 
WHISTLERS CONVENTION SLATED THIS WEEKEND 
BUSH, ROBERTSON SUPPORTERS BRAWL IN LOUISBURG 
LOUISBURG FIGHT MIGHT KO SOME CANDIDATES 
REST HOME FIRE DOUSED 

RADIO TAKEN FROM LOUISBURG DENTIST'S OFFICE 
SECOND THEFT PROBED AT SCHOOL MEDIA CENTER 



N 
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1/12/1988 A 
3/18/1988 A 
4/20/1988 C 
5/19/1988 B 
7/11/1988 A 
8/24/1988 A 
10/10/1988 D 
11/16/1988 B 



1/10/1988 A 
5/31/1988 A 
6/02/1988 B 
6/12/1988 D 
6/17/1988 D 
8/02/1988 B 
10/23/1988 D 



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



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

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



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



4 

10 
2 
1 
1 

13 
5 
2 



L 

N 046 
N 
N 

N R63 
N 
N 
N 



12 P N U80 
12 P U W66 

1 N 
12 P F C19 
12 P F W66 

1 P P 

1 P N H49 



1/24/1988 B 

1/27/1988 A 

1/29/1988 

1/30/1988 

2/03/1988 

2/06/1988 

3/30/1988 

7/24/1988 

9/11/1988 B 

9/20/1988 C 

9/20/1988 C 

9/21/1988 A 

9/21/1988 A 

9/21/1988 C 

9/22/1988 B 

9/23/1988 A 

9/28/1968 A 

10/03/1988 A 

10/07/1988 A 

10/18/1988 A 

10/21/1988 B 

11/05/1988 A 

11/13/1988 A 

11/15/1988 C 

11/22/1988 B 

12/22/1988 C 



5 

10 
4 
4 
4 
4 
1 
1 

13 
1 
1 
4 
4 
1 
1 

16 
4 
4 
4 
4 
2 

13 
4 
4 
2 
5 



1/06/1988 B 
1/06/1988 B 
1/07/1988 B 
1/21/1988 B 
1/28/1988 B 
1/29/1988 C 
2/13/1988 C 
2/18/1988 B 
3/25/1988 C 
4/20/1988 C 
4/21/1988 B 
5/01/1988 A 
5/03/1988 A 
5/13/1988 B 
5/13/1988 C 
5/13/1988 C 



N 

N 

L 

L 

L 

H 

N H70 

N 

N 

N C47 

N 

E 

T R56 

N 

N C47 

N 

L 

L 

L 

E 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N C47 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N H60 

N 

N 

N H60 

N L40 

E 

N 

N 

N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



Y SUBJE 



VANDALISM OF THREE VEHICLES PROBED 

HANCHARGED W THDRIVING INTO CROWD UAMSHEARING 

THOROUGH THEFT EXCEPT FIREWCOT WASLgT BEHIND 

ASSAULT BY CAR NETS HAN 20-YEAR SENTENCE 

FRANKLIN SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES PROBING SEVERAL BREAK-INS 

THREBHEtfHBB REPORTED AT BUSINESS IN LOUISBURG 

TWOTEENHffiERS CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

^VE^T^C^S.^CARi IN LOUISBURG ACCIIENT 
POOR, LONELY TO HAVE FREE YULE DINNER IN LOUISBURG 

^IMrgSS ffir?W* OF COMMERCE 

LWIS pWLE^DU« f UNC PROFESSORS RECEIVE MEDALS FOR ACHIEVEMENTS 
DURHAM COUPLE ECTABUSHESLOUISBURG COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP 
DURHAM PAIR ESTABLISHES SCHOLARSHIP 
LOUISBURG COLLEGE STUDENTS BACK IN THE HALLS 

MUSICAL COMEDY REVUE SCHEDULED 

JOURNALIST! BUSH WILL SET OWN COURSE 
&JCTHROUGH ADVENT PLANNED IN LOUISBURG 
FIRE DAWGES LOUISBURGCOLLEGE BUILDING 
CHRISTMAS CONCERT SLATED IN LOUISBURG 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE, OLD MAIN BUILDING 

WS8%$R&£%£ tWSl ROUTINE FOLLOWING FIRE 

L ^ IS CONCERT^ES X ^DULm I FOR LOUISBURG'S UNBER-CONSTRUCTION AUDITORIUM 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE FOLK MUSIC AND DANCE FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO CRAFT SHOWS 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO FOLK DANCING „«„ 

§£ S UVtVlUHn FR^KLIN FESTIVAL 
Lm5 ^^^^ £ U^m^ ON PRESIDENCY 

U,lnS ^ C S^Ik? Y ^B R&FRIDAY ^^ 
LOUISBURG PLAYERS PLAN SCENES FROM SHAKESPEARE 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE SPORTS, BASEBALL 

FANFARE/LOUISBURG LOSES 

HEELS' POWER, PITCHING TOP RUTGERS 
FANFARE/LOUISBURG WIN 

sS^TURNERf^S KOLL WIN WRESTLING TITLES 
TAR HEELS RIP DEVILS, 21-9 
TAR HEELS DROP 4TH STRAIGHT 
FANFARE/'CANES GOING HOME... 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
L'BURG 104, Pin CC 59 
LEES-MCRAE 82, L'BURG 79 
LOUISBURG 78, RICHMOND CC 58 
SPARTANBURG 69, LOUISBURG 57 
LEES-MCCRAE (W), 73-65 
LOUISBURG 85-76 
CHOWAN 84, LOUISBURG 72 
LOUISBURG 100, LENOIR 79 
LOUISBURG 88, CRAVEN 86 
LOUISBURG 75, LENOIR 65 

KMii ?£& RICHMOND RIPS ECU 
WAKE WOMEN NIP 'CATS IN NCAA 



C T S 


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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


1 5/17/1988 C . 1 


N 


H 


1 6/28/1988 B 1 


N H60 


H 


2 6/30/1988 B 1 


N 


H 


2 9/14/1988 A 1 


N 


H 


1 10/08/1988 C 1 


N 


H 


1 12/20/1988 C 


I N 


H 


1 12/20/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


1 12/20/1988 C 


. N 


H 


2 12/22/1988 C 


L N 


H 


2 12/24/1988 C 


t N K60 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1/21/1988 B 

4/19/1988 B 

5/07/1988 B 

8/24/1988 B 

11/19/1988 C 

11/30/1988 B 

12/01/1988 C 

12/03/1988 B 

12/07/1988 B 



6 
1 
2 
1 
1 

10 
1 
3 
1 



N 
N 

N 

N H60 

N 

N H60 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 12/03/1988 B 3 N 
H 1 12/07/1988 B 1 N H60 



H 1 9/15/1988 B 3 N 



H 1 10/27/1988 C 1 N 
H 1 11/05/1988 C 1 P N 



H 1 11/22/1988 C 1 N 



H 1 4/14/1988 B 1 N 
H 1 10/25/1988 C 1 N 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



2 


3/08/1988 B 


3 


N 


2 


3/13/1988 C 


15 P N 


2 


3/15/1988 C 


4 


N 


2 


3/18/1988 B 


5 


N 


2 


3/20/1988 C 


12 P N 


2 


3/31/1988 D 


2 


N 


2 


4/21/1988 D 


2 


N 


2 


5/30/1988 B 


4 


N 


2 


1/14/1988 D 


2 


N 


2 


1/17/1988 C 


2 


N 


2 


1/24/1988 C 


3 


N 


2 


1/31/1988 C 


4 


N 


2 


2/02/1988 C 


2 


N 


2 


2/11/1988 D 


2 


N 


2 


2/19/1988 B 


2 


N 


2 


2/21/1988 C 


2 


N 


2 


2/27/1988 B 


2 


N 


2 


2/28/1988 C 


3 


N 


2 


3/05/1988 D 


2 


N 


2 


3/06/1988 C 


4 


N 


2 


3/17/1988 D 


4 


N 



-LX630- 



M NT HL Y / A NN U A L INDEX BY 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE1227 
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S I T 
E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



FANFARE/HINNANT A-A 
ALLEGANY 92, LOUISBURG 72 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE SPORTS, WOMEN 
L'BURG (W) 89, CHOUAN 58 

LOUISBURG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

SCHOOL BUS IS STOLEN, BUT RECOVERED 

L0UIS SuiSBUra COLLEGE UORKERS BACK TO NORMAL ROUTINE FOLLOWING FIRE 

LOUISBURG HIGH SCHOOL „ A _ 

BREAK-IN AT LOUISBURG HIGH BEING INVESTIGATED 

THIEVES STRIKE EDUCATIONAL MEDIA CENTER IN LOUISBURG 

LOUISBURG POLICE CHANGES ANNOUNCED 

POLICEMAN QUITS JOB IN LOUISBURG 

LOUISBURG POLICE CHIEF HIRES OFFICER 

POLICE OFFICER RESIGNS 

POLICE OFFICER HIRED IN LOUISBURG 

POLICE OFFICER RESIGNS IN LOUISBURG 

NEW OFFICER IS HIRED 

LOUISBURG TOWN MANAGER 

LOUISBURG MANAGER FACES CHARGE 

LOUISBURG TRACTOR AND TRUCK CO. 

FRANKLIN DEPUTIES PROBING BREAK-IN 

LOUISBURG/FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN FRANKLIN HAS NEW OFFICES, NAME 
HEALTH CARE TO BE TOPIC OF MEETING IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 
GOVERNOR TO SPEAK IN LOUISBURG FRIDAY 

LOUISIANA 

SEE ALSO CAJUNS 

SEE ALSO NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 

N.C. WOMAN SLAIN IN LOUISIANA 

FORMER HEAD OF CHAPEL HILL SCHOOLS GETS LA, 

CODY NAMED SUPERINTENDENT IN LOUISIANA 

TRIANGLE CAJUNS: MANY HAVE LEFT LOUISIANA, K 

HISTORY WAS AROUND EVERY CORNER AT SYMPOSIUM 

LOUISIANA STATE UNIV. 

'ALL-AMERICAN' WAS ORIGINALLY TAR HEEL 

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 

SEE ALSO KENTUCKY _ 

PRESIDENT OF LOUISVILLE CHAMBER TO LEAD RTF 



H 2 4/07/1988 D 3 N 
H 2 12/04/1988 C 3 N 



H 2 2/18/1988 D 2 N 



H 2 9/13/1988 B 9 N 



H 1 12/07/1988 B 1 N H60 



H 1 7/26/1988 B 1 N 



H 


1 5/06/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 5/10/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 5/11/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 7/02/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 7/06/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


1 11/19/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 12/15/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 12/30/1988 C 


1 


N 



H 2 2/17/1988 B 18 N 
H 2 1/23/1988 C 3 N 



H 1 1/14/1988 B 1 N H60 
H 1 2/05/1988 C 1 N 
H 1 9/15/1988 B 3 N 





H 


2 


2/19/1988 C 


2 N 


NOMINATION 


H 


2 


4/21/1988 D 


12 N 




H 


2 


4/29/1988 C 


4 N 


BUT THEY KEEP A FIRM GRIP... 


H 


2 


5/30/1988 A 


6 P F 


M 


H 


2 


6/26/1988 E 


12 U 



LOVE 



TOIS DAY'S DUTY! LOVE and LAUGH 

SPRING FEVER 

LOVE SOARS O'ER ALL 



046 



CHH 1 11/07/1988 A 3 P N M70 



H 2 8/05/1988 A 1 N C60 



H 2 2/14/1988 D 5 U 633 
H 2 3/20/1988 E 1 D F Zll 
H 2 10/19/1988 A 4 E 



LOVE, OR A REASONABLE FACSIMILE (BOOK) 
NURSE'S NOVEL WINS BOOK AWARD 
DURHAM WRITER WINS PRIZE 

LOVEFEAST 

SEE MORAVIAN LOVEFEAST 

LOW-FAT DIETS 

SEE ALSO NUTRITION 
SPECIAL DIETS CAN BE APPETIZING 

LOW-INCOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO SHARE THE WARMTH PROGRAM 



2 5/22/1988 B 
2 5/26/1988 D 



3 N 
3 P N G59 



S 2 2/23/1988 A 6 P F S27 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



TRIANGLE AGENCIES SHARE FEDERAL GRANTS 
SOCIAL SERVICES BEGINS HEATING BILL PROGRAM 
TIME NEARS TO APPLY FOR COUNTY FUEL FUNDS 
ORANGE CO. HEAT ASSISTANCE DEADLINE IS WEDNESDAY 

LW SEE^ H dK AFFORDABLE HOUSING COALITION 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

^RniSBWfeMTE. GO^NMENT & INPUT 
DISPLACEMENT OF 48 FAMILIES LOOMS AS BATTLE FOR DUKE 
RESIDENTS FIDGET FOR HOUSING I FUNDS 
REPAIR WORK BEGINS: CITY BONK FUNDS LAG 

DURHaSTtO^SHOUCASE FEDERAL GRANT HOUSES 

OLD KINGSTON Mia MAY OFFER HOUSING 

TENANTS WILL PAY COST TO UPGRADE HOUSING 

TENANTS IN PATH OF DUKE EXPANSION SEEK MOR£MONEY 

PANEL BACKS APARTMENTSi MOVING COSTS QUESTIONED 

DRUG DEALERS HAUNT LOW-INCOME PROJECTS 

AFFORDABLE HOUSING DRAWS SPARSE CROUD 

PRICE'SBILL MAY MAKE OWNING HOME A REALITY 

LOU-INCOME N.C. FAMILIES TO GET HOME IMPROVEMENTS 

LAND TRUSTEES MAKE HOUSING AFFORDABLE 

TENANT: HOUSING LAW NEEDS TEETH 

HABITAT ra HUMANITY OTS «90,000 GLAXO GRANT 

WALK WAS™ITICAL FIRST STEP IN ADDRESSING HOUSING NEEDS 

WALKERS TRY TO RAISE MONEY FOR HOUSING 

HOUSING SUBSIDY HIKE EYED _ 

HOUSING AID STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION 

TRIANGLE LEADERS FORM HOME AGENCY 

THREETRIANGLE MAYORS UNITE IN HOUSING PROJECT 
HOUSING GROUP TO HELP FAMILIES IN CHAPEL HILL 

NEW CONCEPT OFFERS HOPE 

CHAPEL HILL WINS HUD PUBLIC HOUSING FUNDS 

SUlf OTOCHANGE T PXICY ON LOW-INCOHE HOUSING 
gftffi F^TO^SlEM OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING 
LOWE'S COMPANIES, INC. 

TOtcVhIGH a^CWTWB ILLEGALITY OF STORE REZONING 
COURT OVERTURNS COUNCIL'S ILLEGAL ACTION 

LOWE'S GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
FOOTWORK INSPIRES LIFE'S WORK 
A DAY FOR DINOSAURS 
3 SCHOOLS GET BOMB THREATS 

LOWE'S GROVE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ^ 

SCHOOLS TO TOUGHEN POLICY AGAINST WEAPONS 
SCHOOLS TIGHTEN GUN STANCE^EXr^2PUPILS 

t/NVVUWBWV RESTRICTING PROPOSAL 

PAKNTS RESIST MIDDLE SCHOOL RESTRICTING 

IMTPR nUITlAWTE 

MIDDLE-SCHOOL PLAN DISTRESSES PARENTS 
PARENTAL POLICING NECESSAOT _ ^ <nrtAnn 
COURT DECISION WRONG ON STUDENT NEWSPAPER 

ffi S FLAG C S^S B |pREADING TO MORE SCHOOLS __ 
CONFEDERATE FLAGS APPEAR IN OTHER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 
THE BEST AT BENNETT 
HISTORY BOWL CHAMPS 

COBLE FAVORS LEAVING FOLKESTONE STUDENTS AT GITHENS 
LOWE'S GROVE WINS BEAUTIFICATION AWARD 



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E L Y 

-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 4/02/1988 C 2 N 

S 2 10/01/1988 A 1 N H65 

H 2 10/06/1988 C 9 N A54 

CHH 1 11/22/1988 A 3 N M20 



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



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



1/01/1988 A 
3/01/1988 B 
4/02/1988 A 
4/02/1988 
4/02/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/28/1988 
5/05/1988 .. 
3/08/1988 B 
5/27/1988 C 
5/31/1988 A 
6/01/1988 B 
6/04/1988 A 
7/03/1988 F 
7/06/1988 A 
7/14/1988 B 
7/15/1988 A 
8/29/1988 
8/29/1988 
10/10/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/11/1988 . 
10/12/1988 B 
10/12/1988 A 
10/17/1988 A 
10/18/1988 A 
11/06/1988 B 
11/08/1988 B 
12/20/1988 A 
12/21/1988 C 



H 2 9/14/1988 A 
H 2 10/07/1988 C 
H 2 10/27/1988 A 



H 2 2/02/1988 A 

S 2 5/20/1988 B 

H 1 7/26/1988 B 

S 2 11/04/1988 C 



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



a 

N N36 
N W82 
N U32 
N 

N H70 
N H70 
E 

N A54 
N H70 
E 

N M70 
E 
N 

N H70 
N C47 
N 
L 
N 

N M70 
E 

N H70 
N K65 
N M70 
E 

N M70 
P C45 
N 

N M06 
N S51 



12 N 
6 N L40 
4 L 



2 N 
1 P F S27 
5 P P T37 
1 N B53 



2/01/1988 C 
2/01/1988 C 
2/03/1988 A 
2/04/1988 B 
2/05/1988 C 
2/05/1988 A 
2/05/1988 C 
2/06/1988 A 
2/29/1988 A 
3/10/1988 A 
3/17/1988 A 
3/18/1988 C 
3/24/1988 C 
3/24/1988 B 
3/26/1988 B 
4/07/1988 B 
7/25/1988 C 



N J40 
N S92 
E 

N J40 
N P38 
P T37 
N S92 
E 
L 
L 



1 M N S92 



N J40 
P S73 
P S73 
P T37 
N J40 
N 



-LX630- 



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



OF ABC'S, TIMERS AND TEACHERS' TACTICS 
LOWE'S GROVE ENJOYS INNER DIFFERENCES 

LOWE'S GROVE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
LOWES GROVE, NEAL FOOTBALL CONTEST EXCITING 

LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL , 

SEE LOWE'S GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

LOWE'S INVESTMENT CORP. 

SEE LOWE'S COMPANIES, INC. 

LOXCREEN MANUFACTURING CO. <R0XBOR0, N.C.) 
SULFURIC ACID LEAKS INTO CREEK 

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
WESTHEAD LIKES RINGMASTER ROLE 
CAN UNC SLOW UP RUN-AND-GUN LOYOLA? 
IT'S TIME TO RUN AND HAVE FUN 
THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT 
UNC CLOSES LOYOLA 'CIRCUS' 
OFFENSE OR DEFENSE, IT WAS TAR HEELS' DAY 
IN 48 HOURS, SMITH KICKED UP HEELS 
TAR HEELS ENJOY WIDE-OPEN GAME 
NOTES FROM THE WEST 

LUDLOW FAIR (PLAY) 

ACTORS' CO-OP ONE-ACTS FALL SHORT 



LUGE 



SOUTHERN PINES MAN TO TOP OFF MUSEUM SALUTE 



LUGGAGE 

SEE AIRLINES, BAGGAGE 
SEE SUITCASES 

LUMBEE INDIANS 

SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C. 
LUMBERTON HOSTAGES FREED 
TASK FORCE TO HEAR ROBESON COUNTY ALLEGATIONS 
STUDENT-SCHOLAR HONORS LUMBEE TRADITIONS 
NEW POLICY FOCUSES ON INDIAN STUDENTS 
ROBESON TO HAVE TRI-RACIAL COUNCIL 
BOND POSTED FOR ROBESON JAIL INMATE 
ROBESON'S RACIAL TENSIONS GROW AFTER HOSTAGE-TAKING 
GOVERNOR'S AIDES MEET WITH TWO MEN IN ROBESON CASE 
TAPE RECORDING SAYS HATCHER WAS PREPARED TO DIE 
KUNSTLER OFFERS HIS HELP TO TWO INDIANS 
FEDERAL GRAND JURY INDICTS TWO MEN IN ROBESON CASE 
HATCHER ACCUSED NEWSPAPER OF BIAS 

HATCHER SENDS NOTE REPUDIATING CLAIMS PAPER WAS BIASED 
TUSCARORA TRIBE SPONSORS FORUM ON ROBESON TROUBLES 
SUN'S EDITORIAL ON ROBESON COUNT Y PRO BLEMS RESENTED 
ROBESON COUNTY MINORITIES SEEK BETTER REPRESENTATION 
MERGER OF ROBESON'S 5 SCHOOL SYSTEMS GOES TO VOTERS MARCH 8 
GEPHARDT VISITS PIEDMONT i JACKSON IN ROBESON 
SCHOOL MERGER ISSUE TOPS BALLOT IN ROBESON COUNTY 
CANCELED MEETINGS FRUSTRATE ROBESON TASK FORCE 
PANEL LACKS INFORMATION 

MOTIONS ARGUE LAW DOESN'T APPLY TO N.C. INCIDENT 
SUPPORT FOR TWO MEN IN ROBESON MAY TURN INTO POLITICAL CLOUT 
INDIANS APPLAUD GOVERNOR AT UNITY CONFERENCE 
ROBESON JUDICIAL CANDIDATE WANTS HIGH VOTER TURNOUT 
LUMBEE CANDIDATE FOUND SLAIN 

'JULIAN STOOD FOR JUSTICE,' GRIEVING, ANGRY SUPPORTERS TOLD 
FRIEND SAYS PIERCE FEARED 'COURTHOUSE' 
SUBSTITUTE CANDIDATE MENTIONED AMONG COMMUNITY REACTIONS 
ROBESON COUNTY LEADERS APPEAL FOR CALM 
MORE CANDIDATES GET THREATS 
SPECIAL PROSECUTOR REQUESTED IN LUMBEE SLAYING 



SUBJECTS 


PAGE1229 
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N 
P 


E 

D — DATE- 


S I T 
E L Y 

- C -PG L P BYL 


H 
S 


2 9/30/1988 C 1 N J40 
2 11/15/1988 A 1 P Q S92 


S 


2 11/01/1988 B 7 P N A76 



H 


2 


1/15/1988 C 


1 N T33 


H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


3/17/1988 D 
3/18/1988 D 
3/19/1988 D 
3/19/1988 B 
3/20/1988 C 
3/20/1988 C 
3/21/1988 B 
3/21/1988 D 
3/21/1988 D 


2 P N C52 

1 P U F25 
1 P U C52 
1 U F25 

1 P N C52 

3 P N C52 

2 U C52 
2 P U F25 
5 N F25 


H 


2 


2/14/1988 B 


6 R L59 


H 


2 


2/13/1988 D 


3 N 



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



2/02/1988 A 
2/04/1988 C 
2/05/1988 B 
2/06/1988 A 
2/06/1988 A 
2/06/1988 A 
2/08/1988 B 
2/09/1988 C 
2/09/1988 C 
2/10/1988 B 
2/10/1988 B 
2/11/1988 A 
2/13/1988 B 
2/14/1988 B 
2/16/1988 A 
2/16/1988 A 
2/29/1988 B 
3/01/1988 A 
3/07/1988 C 
3/09/1988 B 
3/10/1988 A 
3/11/1988 
3/15/1988 
3/19/1988 
3/24/1988 
3/27/1988 
3/27/1988 
3/28/1988 
3/28/1988 
3/28/1988 
3/28/1988 
3/29/1988 



1 
7 

1 

11 

18 

18 

7 

16 

16 

16 

16 

14 

5 

3 

4 

9 

10 

9 

1 

3 

4 

12 

5 

7 

7 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



M N 

N 
P F G59 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
P N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 
P N 

N 

N 
P N 

N B81 
P N B81 

N 

N 

N 

N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX B Y SUBJE 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



LUMBEE HERO'S MURDER VEXES ROBESON POLITICS 

DEMTJCRACY. ROBESON COUNTY-STYLE. CARTOON) 

ROBESON DISTRICTATTORNEY SAYS HE HAS RECEIVED DEATH THREATS 

P S^ 1 ^™^™™ m NOT RACIALLY, POLITICALLY... 
SOMESKEPTICAL OF EXPLANATION OF INDIAN'S DEATH 

SSSI F^&SM MsWFI^ FOR JUSTICE UILL CONTINUE 

M^i^NKSflTTALwSlAL SESSION JO ALLOW MINORITY CANDIDATE... 

TRUST US. ROBESON C0UNn7TH CAVALRY. (CARTOON) 

ROBESON TROUBLES NEED OUTSIDE PROSECUTOR ,__ 

BRITT DECLARES HIMSELF LAWFUL NOMINEE FOR JUDGE 

TWO ROBESON INDIANS WRITE TO SOVIET LEADER BORMCHEV 

PEMBROKE STUDENTS STEER CLEAROF RACIAL TROUBLES 

ROBESON COUNTY APPEARS ATttpSSROADS 

^i^RoSfS^ S PUSH FOR CHANGE 
KING MARCH BECOMES MEMORIAL FOR PIERCE 

TOBESW T SETTLEMDiT N QETS CAUGHT IN CAMPAIGN FRAY 
TW LUMBEE INDIANS MOVED TO ONSLOWJAIL 
APPEAL TO GORBACHEV DISCREDITS LUMBEE AIMS 
BRITT OPPOSES ADDING JUDGESHIP IN ROBESON 
LETTER TO GORBACHEV WON'T HELP INDIANS 
INDIANS VTreY«!lWED BECAUSE OF THREATS 

memorial service held for slain candidate 
Babble over robeson compromise dieting 
judgeship offers less power for robeson prosecutor 

LAWYER SAYS ROBESON A COCAINE 'WARZONE' 

JUDGE DENIES BOND FOR HATCHER, JACOBS IN [HOSTAGE CASE 

REPORT SAYS FASTER ACTION COULD HAVE SAVED INMATE'S LIFE 

LAWYER TO JAMS SAY8 SHOTSTHJCK HIS CAR IN LUHBERTON 

WITNESS TELLS PANEL ROBESON COUNTY RACIST 

ROSE: EVIDENCE OF CORRUPTION IN ROBESON COUNTY IS LACKING 

BRITT SAYSPIERCE'S DEATH REASON « .GOT MORE VOTES 

BRITT LOSES CHANCE TO HELP HEAL WOUNDS 

f&'&gfffi^&S&.'flffin JUDGE IN ROBESON _ 
MARTIN SAYS HE WOTT DUCK TASK OF NAMING ROBESON COUNTY JUDGE 

Sggtigffi^™**** JUKES' ISSUE 

■HMHnmwnu ™™ ** ™™ 

COURT OF APPEALS RULING FAVORS HATCHER, JACOBS 

ROBESON: A FIGHT FOR JUSTICE 

LAWYER SAYS HATCHER, JACOBS TO BE RELEASED 

INDIANS FREE ON BOND, BARRED FROM ROBESON 

UVS. ATTORNEY WANTS TWO INDIANS BACK IN JAIL 

HATCHER, JACOBS 'READY FDjURHL' 

TRIAL OF TWO INDIANS IS RESCHEDULED 

INDIANS' TRIAL MOVED TO FAYETTEVILLE 

EDDIE HATCHER PLANS CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR 

INDIAN HOSTAGE-TAKERS TO USE SURVIVAL ARGUMENT IN TRIAL 

LAWYER ASKSFOR ANOTHER DELAY IN TRIAL OF TWO INDIANS 

JUDGE DENIES INDIANS' MOTION TO DELAY TRIAL 

TRttJBLED ROBESON COUNTY 5 A PLACE IN THE HEART FOR LUMBEES 

lNffiWNMYf^W)Mffn4ER»S AWWOTMN SPARKED PRIDE IN HERITAGE 

INDIANS' l&TAGETRIAL SCHEDULED TODAY BUT ONE LAWYER TO BE ABSENT 

ETOIE^TC«RSAYS POLITY INTERESTED HIM EARLY IN LIFE 

FEDERAL JUDGE DELAYS TRIAL ON HOSTAGE-TAKING CHARGES 

SEN. SANFORD FILES BILL ON LUMBEES mTnr 

LUttflEESUANT FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO RECOGNIZE TRIBE 
HmSfI O^IMS 13WITNESSES HE PLANNED TO CALL HAVE DIED 
fficUTOR WANTS TWO ROBESON h£Na^GED IN HOSTAGE CASE BACK IN JAIL 
REAGAN OFFICIAL OPPOSES LUMBEE RECOGNITION 



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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 3/29/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 3/29/1988 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 3/29/1988 D 


4 


N 


S 


2 3/29/1988 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 3/29/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 3/30/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 3/30/1988 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 3/30/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 3/31/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 3/31/1988 C 


6 P N 


H 


2 3/31/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 4/01/1988 B 


5 P N 


H 


2 4/01/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


S 


2 4/01/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 4/02/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 4/03/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 4/03/1988 B 


1 


N L90 


H 


2 4/04/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 4/05/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 4/05/1988 B 


1 P N 


S 


2 4/05/1988 C 


2 P N 


H 


2 4/06/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 4/06/1988 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 4/06/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 4/07/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 4/07/1988 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 4/07/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 4/08/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 4/08/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 4/08/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 4/11/1988 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 4/18/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 4/20/1988 C 


8 P N 


H 


2 4/23/1988 D 


7 


N 


H 


2 4/23/1988 D 


7 


N 


H 


2 5/06/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 5/07/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 5/07/1988 D 


4 


N 


S 


2 5/09/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 5/27/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 5/28/1988 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 6/03/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 6/04/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 6/17/1988 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 6/24/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 6/25/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 6/30/1988 C 


18 


N 


H 


2 7/02/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 7/03/1988 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 7/05/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 7/05/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 7/06/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 7/09/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 7/10/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 7/13/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 7/20/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


1 7/22/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 7/25/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 7/28/1988 A 


18 


N 


H 


1 7/30/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 7/31/1988 A 


12 


Q 


H 


2 8/01/1988 A 


13 P Q 


H 


2 8/01/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 8/02/1988 B 


5 P Q 


H 


2 8/02/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 8/02/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 8/03/1988 B 


18 


Q 


H 


2 8/06/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 8/12/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 8/12/1988 C 


6 


N 



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



S U B J E 



ADMINISTRATION OPPOSING RECOGNITION OF LUMBEES 

LAWYERS ARGUE OVER LOCATION OF HOSTAGE-TAKING CASE TRIAL 
HATCHER PROTESTS ROBESON PROBE 

INDIANS ORDERED BACK TO JAIL; HATCHER DECLARED FUGITIVE 
WHILE MARSHALS SEEK HATCHER, FRIENDS WORRY ABOUT HIS SAFETY 

HATCHER'S ATTORNEYS SEEK TO QUASH WARRANT tmrMn 

WANTED... ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING EDDIE HATCHER (CARTOON) 

FUGITIVE EDDIE HATCHER A NO-SHOW AT UNC FORUM 

ATTORNEY THINKS HATCHER WILL SHOW UP _ .„ „, Al 

HATCHER TELLS TELEVISION STATION THAT HE PLANS TO SHOW UP FOR TRIAL 

MARSHAL SAYS HATCHER HAS HELP ELUDING ARREST 

KUNSTLER STILL TIED UP IN NEW YORK TRIAL 

CONSTRUCTION WORKER MISTAKEN FOR HATCHER „ . 

HATCHER ACCUSES GOVERNMENT OF 'GESTAPO TACTICS' AGAINST HIM 

SECURITY ARRESTS HATCHER AFTER FLIGHT LANDS AT RDU 

FEDS SAY THEY KEPT BARGAIN; HATCHER NEEDS NEW TRAVEL AGENT 

PANEL TENTATIVELY ADOPTS MEASURE ON LUMBEE TRIBE 

EDDIE HATCHER ENDS HUNGER STRIKE IN JAIL 

PANEL TO GET LUMBEE RECOGNITION BILL 

HATCHER TO BE IN COURT; HIS LAWYER WON'T 

PANEL TO VOTE ON LUMBEE STATUS 

JUDGE RULES HATCHER WILL DEFEND SELF 

BIAS CHARGES FLY AS INDIANS' JURY PICKED 

HOSTAGES TELL OF EMOTIONAL SCARS 

CHEROKEE FOES SCALP LUMBEE INDIANS BILL 

SUPPORTERS: LUMBEE BILL LIKELY TO BE STYMIED 

LAWYERS ARGUE DRUG TRAFFICKING VOLUME IN ROBESON 

HATCHER ON HIS OWN IN COURTROOM 

INDIANS' TRIAL TO RECESS FOR BOND HEARING 

LAWMAKER SAYS HE SUGGESTED HATCHER, JACOBS GIVE UP TO FBI 

LAWYERS SEEK RELEASE OF HATCHER, JACOBS ON BOND 

ROBESON INMATE STARTED NEGOTIATIONS 

EDITOR SAYS SHE FEARED FOR HATCHER 

JUDGE ASKED TO DROP FEDERAL HOSTAGE-TAKING CHARGES 

KEY WITNESS IN HOSTAGE TRIAL MAY NOT TESTIFY 

INDIANS MAY AVOID FEDERAL COURT; JUDGE TO DECIDE ON DISMISSAL OF CHARGES 
JACOBS ACQUITTED OF HOSTAGE-TAKING CHARGE 
JACOBS TESTIFIES NEWSPAPER CHOSEN AS TARGET 

ROBESON HOSTAGE CASE MAY GO TO JURY TODAY 

CASE GOES TO JURY AFTER EMOTIONAL APPEAL BY HATCHER 

JACOBS, HATCHER ACQUITTED 

ROBESON DIVIDED ON VERDICT'S EFFECTS 

ABSENT ATTORNEY HELPED HATCHER, PROSECUTOR SAYS 

ACTIONS NOT JUSTIFIED REGARDLESS OF CAUSE 

REPORTER QUITS IN ROBESON _ 

HOSTAGE TRIAL OVER, BUT CORRUPTION ALLEGATIONS REMAIN UNRESOLVED 

HATCHER SAYS CORRUPTION CHARGES WEREN'T AIRED 

2 ACQUITTED INDIANS 'CODDLED' BY STATE, SAYS THORNBURG FOE 

CANDIDATE WILSON BLISTERED BY BOTH THORNBURG, HATCHER 

HATCHER ADVOCATE THREATENED; BURGLARS LEAVE SCRAWLED SIGNS, LOADED... 

ATTORNEYS FOR INDIANS MEET WITH TASK FORCE 

TWO MOTEL WORKERS FOUND SLAIN IN ROBESON COUNTY 

HATCHER'S UNCLE CRITICIZES TAKEOVER 

SBI INVESTIGATES HOSTAGE-TAKING 

WHY HATCHER AND JACOBS WERE ACQUITTED 

FREE HATCHER SAYS DEBT TO SOCIETY HAS BEEN PAID 

HATCHER'S WRONG DOESN'T MAKE IT RIGHT 

THE MISPLACED TRUST 

JACOBS SAYS MARRIAGE PLANS ON HOLD 

LUMBEE RIVER ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP COOPERATIVE 
ELECTION SET ASIDE 

LUMBER INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO FOREST FIRES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO FORESTRY 
SEE ALSO FORESTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TIMBER 
SEE ALSO TREES 
PARTICLEBOARD MILL OPENS NEAR HONCURE 



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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 8/13/1988 A 


8 N 


H 


2 8/20/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 8/23/1988 B 


13 P N 


H 


2 9/01/1988 A 


15 N 


H 


2 9/02/1988 A 


13 P N 


CHH 1 9/03/1988 A 


1 P N M70 


H 


2 9/04/1988 D 


4 T T R56 


CHH 1 9/07/1988 A 


1 P N S17 


H 


2 9/09/1988 A 


10 N 


H 


2 9/10/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 9/11/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 9/13/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 9/15/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 9/16/1988 B 


10 N 


H 


2 9/20/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 9/21/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 9/22/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 9/23/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 9/24/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 9/25/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 9/25/1988 B 


10 N 


H 


2 9/27/1988 A 


1 PN 


H 


2 9/28/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 9/29/1988 A 


1 N 


S 


2 9/29/1988 C 


8 N 


S 


2 9/30/1988 C 


3 N 


H 


2 10/01/1988 D 


5 N 


H 


2 10/02/1988 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 10/03/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 10/04/1988 B 


6 N 


H 


2 10/05/1988 A 


14 N 


S 


2 10/06/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 10/07/1988 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 10/08/1988 A 


14 N 


H 


2 10/09/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 10/10/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 10/11/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 10/12/1988 A 


10 N 


H 


2 10/13/1988 A 


11 N 


H 


2 10/14/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 10/15/1988 A 


1 N 


S 


2 10/15/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 10/16/1988 B 


1 N 


S 


2 10/17/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/20/1988 C 


8 N 


S 


2 10/20/1988 A 


14 N 


H 


2 10/21/1988 C 


3 N 


H 


2 10/23/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 10/24/1988 B 


1 N 


CHH 1 10/24/1988 A 


1 N S12 


H 


2 10/30/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 11/03/1988 A 


14 N 


H 


2 11/04/1988 A 


10 N 


S 


2 11/10/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 11/15/1988 A 


4 P J 


CHH 1 11/16/1988 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 U/17/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/21/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/21/1988 D 


3 N 



H 2 5/19/1988 D 10 N 



H 2 1/03/1988 B 9 P P 



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



Y SUBJECTS 



FREE TRADE GOOD IDEA UITHOUT INTERFERENCE 

LLWEE N.c!^LAW ON UASTES SPURS CONRICTWITHEPA OFFICIALS 
EPA URGED NOT TO STRIP N.C.'S WASTE AUTHORITY 
JAIL ESCAPEE DIES IN RIMER; WAS DUE FOR RELEASE TODAY 

LUM ^ T ALSO LIQUDR-BY-THE-DRINK, LUMBERTON 
LUMBERTON HOSTAGES FREED 

K A^ TO^FO^TASK FORCE FOS INDIES 
HC5TAGE TAKER SOUGHT ADVICE IN CHAPEL HILL 
FORMER ROKSONIAN HOSTAGES PUT OUT MggWER 
REPORTER SLIPPED AWAY AND CALLED AUTHORITIES 
T^TfORCE TO HEAR ROBESON COUNTY ALLEGATIONS 
COOL HEADS PREVAILED ,^-„,™ 

HOSTAGE-TAKER'S FATHER WANTED SON ARRESTED 
TAKING OF HOSTAGES EVIDENCE OF g£#g*W 
TENNIS SHOES KEEP N.C. FACTORY ON OVERTIME 
ROBESON TO HAVE TRI-RACIAL COUNCIL 
BOND POSTED FOR ROBESON JAIL INNATE „- OTrrrT , 

SUN^S EDITORIAL ON ROBESON COUNTY PROBLEMS RESENTED 
BOND HEARING REOPENED IN ROBESON CASE 

ffi^FC^WO^^ROKSON MAY TURN INTO PCUTICAL CLCUT 

S FcV^SK MsWfiSh! Ft* JUSTICE WILL CONTIWE 

ffiaS^lgDraS TO C^TINUE PUSH FOR CRM3E 

^ lW^I sfilMcT^ EPA OFFICII 

B^J°Sig? S Sff^g K™ GOV. HUNT 
HATCHER SAYS HE BELIEVES IN POLITICS 

LUMBERTON, N.C, ELECTIONS ArATVlcT MTV _ ^.^c 

lumberton votes 2,166 to 1,933 against mixed drinks 

^rKIcKrger appears likely to pass 

robeson school merger vote recount is denied ___ 

GPPC^Stf^EALFQR RECOWT OF ROBESON SCHOOL MERGER VOTE 
ROBESON HEARING SET ON SCHOOL MERGER VOTE^ 
INJJNCTION SOUGHT OVER ROBESON SCHOOLS MERGER 

UWE SS^ roEOT^SsW. SYSTEMS GOES TO VOTERS MARCH S 

UJMINARIA 

CHRISTMAS PREPARATIONS 
CHRISTMAS LIGHTS AT ELON COLLEGE 

LUNAR CALENDAR 

ccr w <Y1 MOON 
MUSLIMS, HINDUS JOIN CHRISTIAN FRIENDS IN CELEBRATION 
LWASCALoSaR USED TO SET MANY RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS 

Ll>CH SCH0OLS WORK TO PROVIDE LOWER-FAT MEALS 
CAFETERIAS LIMIT FAT, StEETS 
SCHOOL LUNCHES HAVE FAST-FOOD RING 

LUNG CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

■WUIMWJHnhrai in sun 

TRIAL PAPERS m BXtL RISK COVER-UP BY TOBACCO INDUSTRY 
SMOKING LIABILITY CASE COULD HELP SNUFF OUT TOBACCO INDUSTRY 
CLOSING ARGUMENTS GIVEN IN»17 MILLION CIGARETTE SUIT 



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S 2 1/06/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 4/19/1988 B 5 N 
H 2 5/19/1988 A 19 N 
H 2 10/26/1988 C 14 N 



H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 



2/02/1988 A 
2/02/1988 A 
2/02/1988 A 
2/03/1988 A 
2/03/1988 B 
2/03/1988 B 
2/04/1988 C 
2/04/1988 A 
2/04/1988 B 
2/04/1988 A 
2/05/1988 
2/06/1988 
2/06/1988 
2/16/1988 
2/19/1988 
2/23/1988 
3/15/1988 
3/31/1988 
3/31/1988 
3/31/1988 _ 
4/05/1988 B 
4/05/1988 C 
4/19/1988 B 
7/07/1988 A 
7/07/1988 C 
8/04/1988 B 



N 

N B81 

N 

N B81 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

L 

N 

J 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 



Oil 



H 2 6/02/1988 A 13 N 



H 2 3/09/1988 A 11 N 

H 2 3/11/1988 C 12 N 

H 2 3/17/1988 C 22 N 

H 2 4/02/1988 C 4 N 

H 2 5/19/1988 D 10 N 



H 2 2/29/1988 B 10 N 



H 

H 



2 11/04/1988 A 9 P P M66 
1 11/29/1988 B 1 P P T44 



2 12/23/1988 C 
2 12/23/1988 C 



N P41 
N P41 



S 2 8/27/1988 B 1 N S92 
CHH 1 8/31/1988 A 1 P N Vll 
CHH 1 9/01/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 1/12/1988 B 1 N S82 

H 2 1/18/1988 A 1 N 

S 2 1/27/1988 A 7 N 

H 2 1/29/1988 C 2 N 



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



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



COVER-UP CHARGED IN TOBACCO SUIT 

L&MJ PRODUCT IRRELEVANT IN LAWSUIT 

LIGGETT? CIGARETTE DOCUMENT WON'T AFFECT NEW JERSEY SUIT 

TOBACCO LAWYERS CHALLENGE EXPERT'S TESTIMONY ^^ 

MARIJUANA SMOKE FOUND MORE HAZARDOUS THAN CIGARETTES' 

EX-RESEARCHER'S TAPED TESTIMONY BLAMES LAWYERS „ 

FORMER HEAD OF LIGGETT SAW NO HARM IN SMOKING (AMENDED 2-19-88) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

TAMPERING PROBED IN TOBACCO SUIT 

HEARING SET ON DEFAULT IN CIGARETTE SUIT 

MEMO: INDUSTRY SOUGHT TO CLOUD CIGARETTE RISKS 

AD AGENCY FOUND SMOKERS DEPENDENT __ ,„,. rTr 

PROFESSOR TESTIFIES SOME CIGARETTE ADS IMPLY SOME BENEFIT 

SMOKING LIABILITY SUIT CONTINUES ^ A „ r „ 

JUDGE REFUSES TO DISQUALIFY LAWYER FOR TOBACCO COMPANIES 

CANCER VICTIM IGNORED WARNINGS _, „ __ „ Tf ^ 

HUSBAND DESCRIBES WIFE'S DEATH IN TRIAL OF CIGARETTE FIRMS 

JURY TO DECIDE CONSPIRACY CLAIM IN CIGARETTE SUIT __ _ 

MISTRIAL REFUSED IN SMOKING SUIT INVOLVING 3 TOBACCO COMPANIES 

CIGARETTE COMPANIES TO ASK JUDGE AGAIN TO DECLARE MISTRIAL 

JUDGE DENIES MOTION FOR MISTRIAL IN SUIT AGAINST TOBACCO COMPANIES 

APPEALS COURT RULES CIGARETTE PACK WARNINGS NO BAR TO CLAIMS 

CIGARETTE PACK WARNINGS DON'T BAR CLAIMS, APPEALSCOURT RULES 

NEW JERSEY JUDGE REFUSES MISTRIAL MOTION IN TOBACCO SUIT 

TOBACCO COMPANIES' DEFENSE RESTS IN CIGARETTE SUIT 

COMPANY MEMO CITES AGREEMENT TO LIMIT CIGARETTE RESEARCH 

CIGARETTE SUIT NEARING END WITH LAWYERS' SUMMATIONS 

DEFENSE STRESSES CHOICE 

TOBACCO COS. KILLED CUSTOMERS, WITHOUT REMORSE, LAWYER SAYS 

JURY BEGINS DELIBERATIONS IN CIGARETTE LIABILITY SUIT 

JURY CONTINUES DELIBERATIONS IN CIGARETTE SUIT 

TOBACCO-ASBESTOS LINK FOCUS OF PA. TRIAL " 

ANTI-SMOKING FORCES HAIL DECISION) ANALYSTS DISCOUNT LONG-TERM IMPACT 

LIGGETT LIABLE IN SMOKER'S SUIT 

LIGGETT & MYERS TO APPEAL CIGARETTE VERDICT 

ROSE CIPOLLONE LOST FIGHT FOR LIFE „ 

N.J. CIGARETTE RULING MAY SWAY LAWMAKERS TO ANTI-SMOKING SIDE 

VERDICT DOESN'T CLEAR SMOKE OVER LIABILITY 

PA. TOBACCO LITIGANTS LOSE, WIN a __ 

LIGGETT'S DEY SAYS FIRM DID NOT HIDE 'SAFER' CIGARETTE 

ARGUMENTS IN CIGARETTE SUIT FILED 

JUDGE REJECTS MOTIONS IN SMOKING-DEATH SUIT 

LIGGETT VERDICT WRONG, 3 JURORS SAY 

THE AFTER-TASTE OF CONVICTION 

LUNG DISEASES 

SEE ALSO A MERIC AN LUNG ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO fid FER BREATHERS CLUB 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, EXTRA CORPOREAL MEMBRANE OXYGENATION UNIT 

SEE ALSO RESPIRATORY THERAPY _ _ _ 
CALDWELL OFFICIALS SAY DUKE STUDY A YEAR TOO LATE H 

GROWTH FACTOR MAY PLAY ROLE IN DEATH FROM LUNG DISEASES H 

RESPIRATORY ILLNESSES ASSOCIATED WITH INDOOR SMOKE, SCIENTISTS SAY H 

LUSTRON HOMES 

SEE ALSO MANUFACTURED HOUSING 
LIVING WITH LUSTRON 

LUTHERAN CHURCH 

LUTHERAN CHURCH MERGER UNITES BODIES WITH ONLY SLIGHT DIFFERENCES 

LUTHERAN RETIREMENT MINISTRIES OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. „_ 

RETIREMENT CENTER NEAR BURLINGTON GETS BEQUEST OF MORE THAN »400,000 

LUTHERANS 

LUTHERAN CHURCH MERGER UNITES BODIES WITH ONLY SLIGHT DIFFERENCES 

FOOD FOR THE NEEDY 

LUTHERAN FAMILY SERVICES IS RECRUITING PEOPLE TO SERVE AS FOSTER PARENTS H 

LUTRAVIL CO. 



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2/05/1988 A 
2/06/1988 B 
2/10/1988 B 
2/11/1988 A 
2/12/1988 C 
2/18/1988 A 
2/19/1988 A 
2/19/1988 C 
2/26/1988 C 
3/02/1988 C 
3/09/1988 C 
3/10/1988 C 
3/20/1988 A 
4/05/1988 B 
4/06/1988 C 
4/07/1988 
4/22/1988 
4/23/1988 
4/26/1988 
5/04/1988 . 
5/04/1988 A 
5/04/1988 A 
5/06/1988 B 
5/19/1988 B 
5/21/1988 B 
6/02/1988 C 
6/03/1988 C 
6/07/1988 B 
6/08/1988 B 
6/10/1988 C 
6/13/1988 
6/14/1988 
6/14/1988 
6/14/1988 
6/14/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/25/1988 
7/01/1988 .. 
7/26/1988 B 
8/25/1988 B 
9/04/1988 A 
9/10/1988 A 



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1 N 
1 N W82 
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H 2 2/07/1988 E 1 P F C80 



H 


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7 U 


H 


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1 N 


H 
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1/16/1988 A 
3/28/1988 C 
9/03/1988 A 


7 U 

4 P P C45 
6 N 



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1 ili SS SPt&EB CO. (FORMERLY LUTRAVIL) 

^,^GALLO^ L OF°LUTRAVIL CO. FUEL OIL SPILLS 
LUTRAVIL UORKS TO CLEAN UP SPILL 
COUNTY WANTS NEW RULESON ^USTRIAL POLICY- 
LUTRAVIL GETS A NEW NAME; REFLECTS TIE TO GERMAN FIRM 

LUXURY TAXES 

SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 
LEVY ENTERTAINMENT TAX 

W L 0RO£STRA MUSIC, HORSES HELPED PUT THE GAY IN 1890S AROUND DURHAM 

LYI S£E ALSO FALSE TESTIMONY 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 
SEE ALSO POLYGRAPHS 
THE BRAULEY HOAX 

LY '1eE I ALS0 E DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
TIHEMIGHTJUST 'TICK AWAY' IF HEALTH WARNINGS IGNORED 
THREAT OF LYME DISEASE SMALL IN NORTH CAROLINA 

LYNCHBURG RED SOX (FORMERLY METS) 
BULLS PLAY TWO TONIGHT 
STOKER KEYS BULLS' SWEEP 
BULLS WIN 5TH STRAIGHT 
BULLS fftl'FP RED SOX 
WALKS HAND BULLS WIN OVER LYNCHBURG 
BALLS EARN BULLS SPLIT 
BULLS MAKE SIEBERT WELCC+E WITH WIN 
BULLS' POWER UNRAVELS RED SOX 
HERCKER, HXCOMBLEAD BULLS BY SOX 
BULLS* MERCKER STYMIES RED SOX 

VStSffSSUh thir. ™.«r ™ 

CZAJKOWSKI SAVES WIN FOR BULLS 

L%a^S°reVLIN HAVING DEVIL OF TIME IN 2ND CHANCE 

RAINBOWS BULLS; BUTTS MOVES UP 

RED SOX TOCKBULLS, GAIN SPLIT IN TWINBILL 

BULLS SPLIT WITH SOX 

FOWLER, MERCKER PACE BULLS' WIN 

SABINO, BULLS TOP RED SOX 

BULLS HOLD ON TO WIN SECOND 

BULLS SPLIT DESPITE GOOD PITCHING 

MALONEY'S HIT GIVES BULLS SPLIT 

MALONEY'S CLUTCH HIT GIVES BULLS SPLIT 

LYNCHBURG, DEVLIN BATTER BULLS, 6-2 

DEVLIN SWATS BULLS 

LM *S F ffiJ I FUND RECRUITKENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS 
UNC RECEIVES GRANT FOR TRAINING TEACHERS 

LYON, FRANCE __ 

SEE ALSO FRANCE _ ,. 

DANCE FESTIVAL — FRENCH STYLE 

im ffiSfi NEW fcNCKK STORE 
OPENING NEW STORE 

LYON STATION SANITARY DISTRICT 



H 2 1/03/1988 A 13 N 

S 2 1/04/1988 A 9 N 

S 2 2/16/1988 B 1 N M06 

S 2 10/03/1988 C 1 N W82 



H 2 6/13/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 5/15/1988 C 12 U L57 

H 2 10/12/1988 A 4 E 



S 2 5/28/1988 A 
CHH 1 8/12/1988 A 



4/13/1988 D 
4/14/1988 D 
4/15/1988 B 
4/15/1988 D 
4/21/1988 D 
4/21/1988 B 
4/22/1983 B 
4/22/1988 D 
6/02/1988 D 
6/02/1983 B 
6/03/1988 D 
6/03/1988 B 
6/04/1988 B 
6/05/1988 C 
6/09/1988 D 
6/09/1988 B 
6/10/1988 F 
6/10/1988 C 
6/10/1988 D 
6/11/1988 D 
6/11/1988 B 
6/12/1988 B 
7/23/1988 D 
7/28/1988 D 
7/28/1988 B 
7/29/1988 B 
7/29/1988 D 
7/30/1988 B 
7/30/1988 B 



CHH 1 6/15/1988 A 
CHH 1 6/21/1988 A 



1 D N H02 
6 U 



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N C52 
N P52 
N C52 
N P52 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N C52 
N P52 
N C52 
P S73 
N P52 
N C52 
N P52 
N C68 
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N C52 
N P52 
N C52 
N P52 
N C52 
N P52 



H 2 11/04/1988 D 5 P R L59 



S 2 7/29/1988 C 1 N W82 
S 2 10/15/1988 C 1 P P S76 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



GRANVILLE TO TAKE OVER SANITARY DISTRICT XT. 3 

CREEDHOOR BOARD AGREES TO PROVIDE THREE SERVICES IN LYON STATION... 

GRANVILLE BOARD ESTABLISHES NEW LYON SANITARY DISTRICT 

THE LYRES <HUSIC GROUP) 

NRBQ, LYRES, BATTLEFIELD BACK _ ^ _ _ 

NRBQ SHOU SMCKIN', BUT LYRES WERE JUST A BLUR 

MCADENVILLE, N.C. _ 

GASTON TOWN LIGHTS UP FOR CHRISTMAS 

MACARTHUR FOUNDATION 

TRIANGLE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION WINS $500,000 CHALLENGE GRANT 
TRIANGLE FOUNDATION COFFERS TOP $6 MILLION 

PQLANSKI 'MACBETH' RIVETING PICTURE OF GREED 
DURHAM'S YOUNG THESPIANS 

* BW5 Mffi A acreWpAST i MEW STORE HAS 'MOST EVERYTHING' 
NCBROOM'S WILL OPEN NEW RENTAL STORE THURSDAY 

MCCALL'S MAGAZINE 

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS 
ACTION WITH COMPASSION 

NCCAULEY STREET (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

HISTORIC STATUS URGED FOR CAHERQN-MCCAULEY AREA 

KCflMM HANOUM HOUSE 

^CAROUSEL CRAFT, PULLEN PARK ARTISANS KEEP NOT-QUITE-FOLKY ART ALIVE 
AREA WRITERS GEAR UP FOR ENO FESTIVAL EVENT 

MCCRACKEN PLACE TOUNHOMES 

SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING SERVICES 
SEE ALSO TOUNHOUSES 
WORKING UP A SWEAT JUST PART OF BARGAIN FOR HOUSING AGENCY 

MCDONALD'S 

SEE ALSO RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE (DURHAM, N.C.) 
POLICE LOG/VANDALS CAN'T TAKE 60LDEN ARCHES HOME 

MCDONALD'S (WEST FRANKLIN ST., CHAPEL HILL, N.C) 

POLICE LOG/BRAND-NEW ARCHES STOLEN AT MCDONALD'S 

MCDONALD'S ALL-AMERICA HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM 
SHERRILL GETS NOMINATION 

MCDONALD'S CAPITAL CLASSIC 

SEE CAPITAL CLASSIC (HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL) 

MCDOUGALD TERRACE 

'RUN, WALK, CRAWL, BUT DON'T STAGGER' 
BASIC CHALLENGES 

SONGS, SPEECHES MARK ANTI-CRIME NIGHT OUT 
GIRL SHOT IN THE THROAT 

MCDOWELL COUNTY, N.C. 

MCDOWELL COUNTY INVADED BY SCREWBALLS _ , _ ^^^ OTmim , 
MCDOWELL COUNTY RESIDENTS VENT THEIR FRUSTRATION ABOUT STREET PREACHERS 
MCDOWELL EXPLOSION DOES $10,000 DAMAGE TO HOMES 

FOR A MOUNTAINTOP EXPERIENCE „ „ „ „ „ MU ___ 

STROUD CHILDREN GAIN NATIONAL ATTENTION IN '88 WITH FIRE-AND-BRIMSTONE. . 

MPTYTUn I Pfl BwTTY Qf*V¥VH R 

THREE STUDENTS AT MCDOWELL SCHOOL MAY MISS PROMOTION OVER 'PREACHING' 
STRODE CHILDREN MAY ATTEND SCHOOL AT HOME 



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2 9/29/1988 C 
1 10/04/1988 C 



4/08/1988 D 
4/15/1988 D 



1 N T33 
4 N 
1 N T33 



2 P R L37 

3 R L37 



H 1 12/20/1988 C 1 N 



2 12/16/1988 C 
2 12/16/1983 A 



4/22/1988 D 
4/22/1988 D 



7/10/1988 D 
7/12/1988 A 



9/09/1988 C 
9/13/1988 A 



1 N K65 
1 P N S92 



6 P R L59 
21 P P C45 



10 P F C44 
3 N 



2 P P S73 
4 E 



CHH 1 11/16/1988 A 3 N M70 



6/24/1988 D 
6/26/1988 E 



7 P F W66 
3 U H45 



H 2 6/10/1988 C 3 P N D22 

CHH 1 10/07/1988 A 3 N 

CHH 1 11/01/1988 A 3 N 

S 2 3/03/1988 B 3 P N 544 



3/19/1988 B 
7/22/1988 A 
8/10/1988 C 



1 P F P38 
3 P P S76 
1 P N B53 



2 10/02/1988 B 1 N 



2 5/31/1988 A 
2 6/04/1988 A 
2 7/09/1988 C 
2 7/22/1988 A 
1 12/31/1988 C 



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8/24/1988 A 



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12731/1988 



SOBJE 



tBSE ITiKS^^^SWKJS IN CHARLOTTE 
CH^SETSUP EXHIBIT TO DEFEND ITS TRAINING PROGRAM 
ffi-LABOR LAWS VIOLATED BY CHURCH, U.S. JUDGE SAYS 
CHJRD1HALTS JOB PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN 
CWRCH SAYS TRAINING PROGRAM SUSPENDED 
JUDGE ORDERS FINES ON CHILD LABOR 

MCGEE INSURANCE AGENCY _ 

N.C. INSURANCE CO, STAKES CLAIMS 

tCGOy N£W S RETORT KNOCKS 7-MILE AS DAM SITE 
COMMISSIONERS DEBATE 7-MILE 
NEW RESERVOIR AT LEAST EIGHT YEARS AUAY 

MACGREGOR PARK (CARY, N.C.) 

SE A^ICAN : oreNS , RESERVATIONS CENTER 

MCGRUFF (CRIME PREVENTION DOG) 

SEE ALSO CRIME PREVENTION^ ^^ 

MCGRUFF TAKES BITE OUT OF AREA CRIME 
OFFICER JraUFF DRAWS CHILDREN AT OPEN HOUSE 

W^^^HOU^^FraGRAM WILL PROTECT CHILDREN 
VOLUNTEERS CAN MAKE CHILDREN FEEL SAFER 

MCGUIRE NUCLEAR PLANT „ 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR PLANTS, N.C. AND S.C. 
EXHIBIT TTTOUS LIGHT ON J^gY aESTIONS 
. REACTORS IN CAROLINA HAVE TOP rEARDURING 1987 
23,000 CUSTOMERS LOSE COOLING, WATER HEATING T 
DUSPOWER ASKS CUSTOMERS TO LIMITUSEOF ELECTRICITY 
DUKE POWER RESTORES SERVICE TO CUSTOMERS 

HMUI &gSB B My SPOTLIGHTS ». KATZ 

"SWB J. HCKBUN AWARD 

^iafcVjJRWcONSIDER N.C. CIVIL RIGHTS RULING 
COURT TO REVIEW N.C. BIAS SUIT 
ATTORNEYS NOT PREPARED FOR N.C. BIAS RULING 
TOP aXJRT GETS N.C. DISCRIMINATION CASE 

MCMANNEN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

SEE ALSO METHODISTS .„ „ Arm _ 

CHURCH STEW TAKES BIG POTS, BIG PADDLES 
GRATEFUL FOR COVERAGE 

MCMILLI0N7EUBANKS CAPnAL MANATOJENT INC. 
VILLAGE BANK HIRES MANAGEMENT FIRM 

MCPHERSON 5K FOR SIGHT AND SOUND 

SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING „,„„„,„ „_ TnA 

UINfCRS OF BENEFIT RUN GET TRIP FOR TWO TO FLORIDA 
$4,000 RAISED IN MCPHERSON 5K 

MCPHERSON HOSPITAL ^ 

MCPHERSON HELPS SINUS SUFFERERS 

ffisaT^^TO^S S&Y FACILITY OPERATIONS 
HOSPITAL SIGNS MANAGEMENT PACT 
OPEN HOUSE SET AT HOSPITAL CENTER 
MCPHERSON SITE OF NEW HEARING SURGERY 
NEW CLINIC PLANNED 

MACTAVISH RAILROAD SALVAGE, INC. 



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1/23/1988 C 
1/24/1988 B 
1/25/1988 C 
1/26/1988 B 
3/02/1988 C 


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CHH 1 7/14/1988 A 1 N R63 
CHH 1 7/20/1988 A 3 N R63 
CHH 1 12/21/1988 A 1 N M20 



S 2 2/12/1988 A 1 N U82 



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8/07/1988 B 

9/29/1988 A 

12/28/1988 A 

12/29/1988 A 



2/16/1988 A 
3/29/1988 D 
6/21/1988 B 
6/21/1988 A 
6/21/1988 C 



P N M70 

N M51 

P P S76 

D N S92 

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9 
4 

1 

14 
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N 

N S51 
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H 2 5/22/1988 A 1 P N C19 



S 2 4/25/1988 A 1 N 

H 2 4/26/1988 A 1 N 

S 2 4/26/1988 B 7 N 

H 2 10/10/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 9/30/1988 C 1 P N P38 
H 2 10/11/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 2/14/1988 BUN 



S 2 10/03/1988 A 7 N 
H 2 10/17/1988 B 6 N 



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2 5/08/1988 B 


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14 



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N 



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1/01/1968 - 12/31/1988 



CHEAP) VIRGINIA BUSINESSMAN DOES FIRST-RATE JOB OF SELLING... 

MADD 

SEE MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNKEN DRIVING <HADD> 

MPT POMM RJTPATTfMdQ 

N.C. COURT RULES COUPLE CAN SUE OVER SON'S DEATH 

FREE LONG-DISTANCE CALLS AVAILABLE TO GUESTS OF RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE 

MFiP TWP 

' OFFICIALS: EASTERN N.C. MUST NURTURE HOMEGROWN ENTERPRISES 
TAR HEEL JOBLESS RATE LOU, BUT SO ARE WAGES 
REPORT: SOUTH'S ILLITERACY costs rising 

MT flA TiJP 

DON'T DRIVE, COMPUTER TELLS BAR PATRONS 

MK906 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

SEE ALSO PROSTATE GLAND „ 

NEW DRUG MAY BE BREAKTHROUGH FOR PROSTATE PROBLEMS 

MOTHEREAD 

SEE ALSO ILLITERACY 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, PRISONERS 
ASSAULT ON ILLITERACY 

m GRLfMBACHEjR INC 

HENDERSON JURIED ART SHOW ON DISPLAY THROUGH OCT. 28 

M. M. FOWLER DISTRIBUTING CO. 

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 

EAST DURHAM Z0NIN6 WOULD STOP CURRENT CHEMICAL PLANTS' EXPANSION 

EAST DURHAM ZONING WOULD STOP CURRENT CHEMICAL PLANTS' EXPANSION 

EAST DURHAM FIRMS BLAST REZONING 

MABLE'S HEADSTONE AMD MONUMENT CO. 

SEE ALSO TOMBSTONES __ 

CREEDMOOR BOARD DENIES HEADSTONE FIRM'S REQUEST 

MABREY MIU 

AT HABRY HILL 

MACAWS 

'TACO'S BEEN STOLEN. HELP US FIND HIM' 
STOLEN TALKING SCARLET MACAW BACK IN HIS CAGE 

MACE 

ROBBER HITS STORE WORKER WITH MACE 

MACHINE GUNS 

FIRST HOUR OUT OF JAIL, MAN CHARGED WITH RAPE, ROBBERY 

MACK TRUCKS, INC. 

MACK TRUCK EARNINGS DOWN 

MACKEREL 

SEE ALSO FISH 

SEE ALSO SPANISH MACKEREL _ 

STATE OPPOSES PLAN TO END SEASON FOR KING MACKEREL 
KING MACKEREL BECOMING SCARCE ALONG N.C. COAST _ 
STATE AND FISHERMEN SUING OVER KING MACKEREL SEASON 
MACKEREL SEASON REOPENED 
JUDGE KEEPS HACKEREL SEASON OPEN 
FISHERMEN FINALLY WIN A ROUND IN COURT BATTLES 



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H 2 3/16/1988 D 6 N 
H 2 10/26/1988 A 14 N 



S 2 2/22/1988 A 6 N 
H 2 8/17/1988 A 16 N 
H 2 10/06/1988 C 9 N 



H 2 1/02/1988 C 1 N 

S 2 11/30/1988 C 4 U 

H 2 1/07/1988 A 4 E 

H 1 10/11/1988 B 1 N 



S 2 2/11/1988 C 1 P N M06 

H 2 2/12/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 3/11/1988 C 1 N 

S 2 4/18/1988 A 1 N M06 

S 2 8/05/1988 A 1 N H70 

S 2 8/05/1988 A 1 N W82 

S 2 9/30/1988 A 1 P N W82 



H 1 5/26/1988 B 1 N T33 
H 2 10/30/1988 E 1 P P M66 



H 1 12/13/1988 C 3 N 
H 2 12/17/1988 C 6 N 



H 2 8/18/1988 A 18 N 

H 2 8/14/1988 B 1 N M51 
H 2 7/24/1988 B 9 N 



10/13/1988 D 
10/23/1988 C 
11/11/1988 B 
11/17/1988 C 
11/23/1988 D 
11/30/1988 A 



4 
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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



N.C. HOUSING NEEDS PRIWTE, GOVERNMENT INPUT 
NEW ELECTION DENIED IN SJA^ SENATE RACE 
THOMAS DROPPING BID TO KEEP SENATE SEAT 

MArW3 LE«UR FIRST SEEN BY DUKE EXPERT IS NEW SPECIES 

DUKE RESEARCHER'S BOOK EXPLAINS MADAGASCAR 'TREASURE' 

MADAME SOUSATZKA (FILM) 
^IlLNOTED IN 'MADAMI SOUSATZKA' 
'MADAME' NO 'AMADEUS' 

MADEIRA 

<ST Al SO WINE 

MADEIRA: IT DOESN'T have TO be old to be good 
MADISON CABLEVISION „,„„„, u „ 

^^TV^SpKn'Mt^ REAOCS SUPRE* COURT 
TOWN WANTS TO OWN CABLE TV 
COURT HEARS MORGANTON CABLE TV CASE 

MADISON COUNTY, N.C. __.__ 

COUPLE FIGHTS SOCIAL SERVICES _ 

NO TOaS ON THIS ROAD-LEGISLATOR ^^ 

MADISON COUNTY HIGHWAY PROPOSAL &CEMSBOOST 

uSSmLS SET FIRE TO MADISON COUNTY COURTHOUSE 

CHANGE OFATTORNEYS STARTS POLITICAL FRAY IN MADISON COUNTY 

mlS $$F$ ATrte ^TS^POUTICAL FRAY IN MADISON COUNTY 

WIS SLK SHERIFF SHUTS DOWN JAIL 
BUNCOMBE WANTS $18 TO KEEP INMATES 

MADISON SQUARE (ROXBORO, J^C.) 

ROXBORO SHOPPING CENTER BEING BUILT 

MADMEN AND SPECIALISTS (PLAY) 
^SERIOCOMIC 'MADMEN' HEAVY-HANDED, VAGUE 

NCCU'S 'MADMEN' UNCLEAR 

'MADMEN AND SPECIALISTS' 

^^MAWIGAUJTNNER TICKETS ARE ON SALE IN ROXBORO 
... AND TO ALL. A GOOD TIME 
CHAMBER MADRIGAL DINNER TONIGHT 

^SEE ALSO ORGANIZED CRIME (SEE ALSO SPECIFIC CRIMES) 
MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO DRUG TRAFFICKING 

MAG SEe'aLSO BIG BEAUTIFUL WOMAN (FASHIONS FOR LARGE WOMEN) 
SEE ALSO FORBES (MAGAZINE) 
SEE ALSO HIGHLIGHTS FOR CHILDREN (MAGAZINE) 
SEE ALSO LIFE MAGAZINE 
SEE ALSO MANAGER MAGAZINE 
SEE ALSO NEWSWEEK (MAGAZINE) 
SEE ALSO OREGON 
SEE ALSO OUTSIDE MAGAZINE 
SEE ALSO PLAYBOY MAGAZINE 
SEE ALSO SOJOURNERS 
SEE ALSO SPIN MAGAZINE 

1 £8 l l I IK WORLD REPORT (MAGAZINE) 

^VffiNG 5 ^^^^^^^^ 
TWO DUKE PUBLICATIONS RECEIVE NATIONAL AWARDS 



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2 1/01/1988 A 2 Q 
2 12/22/1988 B 2 N 
2 12/30/1988 C 2 N 



H 2 1/21/1988 A 9 N 

H 2 11/23/1988 C 2 N D80 

S 2 12/01/1988 D 3 P R K06 

H 2 12/09/1988 D 2 P R S66 



H 2 4/21/1988 C 5 U S05 



H 2 5/02/1988 A 22 N 
H 1 5/10/1988 C 2 N 
H 2 5/12/1988 A 16 N 



s 


2 2/09/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


1 4/07/1988 B 


i 


N 


H 


2 7/14/1988 D 


b 


N 


H 


2 9/06/1988 B 


I 


N 


H 


2 10/08/1988 A 


13 


N 



H 2 10/08/1988 A 13 N 



H 2 3/24/1988 A 20 N 
S 2 3/25/1988 A 5 N 



H 1 7/28/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 2/26/1988 D 8 P R C19 

S 2 2/26/1988 C 3 R W63 

H 2 2/28/1988 D 8 P P T32 



H 1 10/19/1988 C IN 
H 2 11/25/1988 D 12 P F W66 
CHH 1 12/12/1988 A 2 N L90 



H 2 8/13/1988 C 6 N 



H 2 2/28/1988 D 12 N 
H 1 3/30/1988 C 3 N 
H 2 6/16/1988 B 9 N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 






SALESMEN SUBJECT OF COMPLAINTS 

MA6DER STUDIOS 

HOLLYWOOD TAKES TO RELAXED PACE OF TAR HEEL MOVIEMAKING 
SLOWER PACE, LACK OF UNIONS DRAW FILMMAKERS TO N.C. 

MAGGIE VALLEY, N.C. „ 

MAN JUMPS FROM STALLED CHAIRLIFT 

MAGGIE'S MUFFINS 

ALDERMEN MAY LOAN MUFFIN SHOP $20,000 

THE MAGIC FLUTE (OPERA) 
CAST MEMBERS NAMED 

ARTS COUNCIL FILLS PRINCIPAL ROLES FOR MAGIC FLUTE 
♦MAGIC POSTER 

SYN CAMPBELL WINS COUNCIL'S POSTER CONTEST 
ARTICLES! AUDITION DATE SET 
ARTICLES: 'MAGIC FLUTE' NEEDS HELP 
THEATRE GUILD TIPS ITS HAT TO MEMBERS 
HOT TIMES; CULTURAL ACTIVITIES HEAT UP HERE 
STAGEHANDS HOST SNEAK PREVIEW OF THE MAGIC FLUTE 
THE MAGIC FOREST 

STAGEHANDS HELP 'MAGIC FLUTE' 

RAIN THREATENS ARTS COUNCIL STREET OPERA 
'MAGIC FLUTE' COMES TO BRIGHTLEAF TONIGHT 
RAIN WASHES OUT OPENING OF ARTS COUNCIL'S OPERA 
'MAGIC FLUTE' OPENS TONIGHT, IF WEATHER OK 
MAGIC FLUTE OPENS AT BRIGHTLEAF 
STREET OPERA FANS TREATED TO FINE SHOW 
FLUTE STILL MAGICAL DESPITE CAST CHANGES 
DAC'S 'MAGIC FLUTE' TRANSFORMS COURTYARD 
DANCE-WATCHING TIPS; TWO BIRDS _ 
'BULL DURHAM' PRODUCER'S PREMIERE IS A GRAND SLAM 

THE MAGIC TREE: A FAMILY HOUR WITH THE ARTS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 
OUR BIG LITTLE ENTERTAINMENT 
ANDROGENA ACTS 

MAGICIANS 

SEE ALSO SUPERSTITIONS _ „, 

MAGIC ON AGENDA AT 3RD ANNUAL CHILDREN'S BOOK BASH 
AN OPEN BOOK IS MAGIC IN HANDS OF HOWARD JAY 
DEFICIT MAGICIAN 
MAGICIAN TO PERFORM ILLUSION IN IMPLODING BUILDING SUNDAY IN CHARLOTTE 

MAGISTRATES, N.C. _ 

EXUH PROPOSES MAGISTRATES PAY HIKE 
MAGISTRATE TAKES PLACE OF OLD JOP 

MAGNA CHARTA DAMES AND BARONS 
NEW OFFICER 

MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING 

SEE ALSO THREE-DIMENSIONAL ULTRASONIC IMAGING 

SEE ALSO ULTRASOUND 
MRI SERVICES OK'D FOR COUNTY GENERAL 
PROCESS PATENTED BY UNC WOULD ALLOW X-RAYS TO BE TAKEN WITHOUT... FILM 

HOSPITAL CORPORATION TO PAY $1.3 MILLION FOR TWO SCANNERS .,„,_, 

SOME DUKE PHYSICIANS THINK SSC CAN HELP CANCER... (CORRECTED 4-12-88) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

DUKE STUDENT RECEIVES FELLOWSHIP 

HEART CATHETERIZATION TO BE DONE FIRST TIME AT HOSPITAL ON JUNE 27 

BETTER BODY PICTURES GOAL OF UNC GRANT _ ^^ 

UNC TO USE $4,2 MILLION GRANT TO HELP DOCTORS 'SEE' BETTER 

HOSPITAL GIVEN $225,000 GRANT 

HOSPITAL TO ACQUIRE MAGNETIC IMAGING UNIT 

BAD BACK COULD END NICKLAUS' PLAYING DAYS 



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N 
P 


E 
D 


— DATE- 


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


H 


2 


8/24/1988 B 5 N 


H 
S 


2 
2 


2/10/1988 B 1 N 
2/11/1988 D 13 N 



H 2 8/10/1988 B 7 N 
CHH 1 11/01/1988 A 3 N Vll 



3/03/1988 

3/05/1988 

3/17/1988 

3/19/1988 

3/31/1988 

4/28/1988 

5/17/1988 

5/26/1988 

5/31/1988 

6/02/1988 

6/02/1988 

6/03/1988 

6/03/1988 

6/04/1988 

6/04/1988 B 

6/05/1988 A 

6/05/1988 A 

6/07/1988 B 

6/07/1988 A 

6/09/1988 D 

6/14/1988 A 



I D 
C 
D 
C 
D 
D 
A 
D 
A 
D 

I D 
C 
D 
A 



N 
N 

P T37 
N 

N G59 
N 659 
U W15 
I 

U W15 
F 659 
F B71 
N B71 
F W66 
N 



K30 
L59 
L59 
C58 
U B71 
U W15 



2 4/01/1988 D 
2 10/06/1988 D 



12 P F W66 
11 P N 



CHH 1 6/16/1988 A 7 N 
CHH 1 6/27/1988 A 3 P N Vll 
H 2 10/07/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 11/05/1988 B 16 N 



S 2 6/07/1988 A 3 N 
CHH 1 6/14/1988 A 1 P N L90 



S 2 6/14/1988 B 2 P P C45 



H 


2 1/14/1988 B 


1 N C60 


5 


2 2/06/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 3/10/1988 C 


9 N C60 


H 


2 4/09/1988 A 


1 P Q C60 


H 


2 4/12/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 5/18/1988 A 


8 N 


H 


2 6/09/1988 B 


1 N C60 


S 


2 6/13/1988 A 


1 N H02 


CH- 


1 6/14/1988 A 


1 P N K65 


H 


2 6/15/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 10/21/1988 B 


1 N C60 


H 


2 11/04/1988 B 


1 P N C49 



MAGNOLIA HILL FARM (WEAVER DAIRY FARM ROAD) 



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SUBJECTS 



-DATE- 



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S I T 

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C -PG L P BYL 



Sffisffl^ KsFfS brother-in-law 
uwrasajEsnoN rum about horse farm business dealings 

JUDGE DISMISSES LAWSUIT OVER BRITT FARM 

MAIDS 

SEE DOMESTIC WORKERS 

MAI SEE° ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 
MAILBOX GONE AFTER DOT EYES 
MAILBOX VANDALS PLAGUE COUNTY 

H ICT CVFdC T Mfi 

2 TEENS ARRESTED FOR VANDALISM 

THIEVKHIT Jffi^LBOXES; $1,000 REWARD OFFERED FOR TIPS 

SOC N aVpROACH MAILBOXES WITH INDIVIDUALITY, OTHERS WITH A VENGEANCE 

P^cIlCO/TEENS SUSPECTED AS MAILBOX VANDALS 

MAIL REPORTED STOLEN IN FRANKLIN 

FRANKLIN MAILBOX VANDALISM PROBED 

FRANKLIN COUNTY BREAK-INS PROBED 

$6,400 IN TOOLS STOLEN FROM HOME _ 

19-YEAR-OLD ACCUSED OF VANDALIZING MAILBOXES 

POLICE LOG/MAIL STOLEN FROM DROP BOX 

TOWMTJ MUHOUSE MOVERS FOR POLICE TIME ym 

POLICE LTO/ONE MAILBOX STOLEN; 2 t 0THERS VANDALIZED 
POLICE LOG/VANDALS KNOCK OVER MAILBOXES 
POLICE LOG/MAILBOXES DOWNED BY TRUCK 

SEE ALSO MAIL-ORDER BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 

BLOOM CHARGED WITH MAIL FRAUD 

MAN CHARGED WITH TORNADO AID FRAUD 

MAIL-ORDER BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO MAIL FRAUD 

SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 

Eii-ffi Z B ME&T& TOWARD PASSAGE 
HOUSE FAVORS MAIL-ORDER SALES TAX 

SALES TAX^MAIb^ORDER ITEMS ON AGENDA IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

HOUSE APPROVES MAIL-ORDER SALES TAX BY VOTE OF 89-10; SENDS IT TO SENATE 

A TAX INCREASE BY ANY OTHER NAME... 

^KsCUS^CC^ITmO^LITY OF MILLER'S MAIL-ORDER SALES-TAX BILL 
SENATE APPROVES MAIL-ORDER SALES TAX 
ADAM i EVE STILL SUBJECT OF FEDERAL PROBE 

^r^i»N^ s ^«i^i L T an. 

K Ts ftBUHE £ mSlVwAYS SAVE MONEY 
JUDGE RULES ON THOMASVILLE SUIT 
CONTROVERSY SURROUNDS N.C. CATALOG TAX 
NORTH CAROLINA DELICACIES 'IN THE BAG' 

MAIL TAMPERING „. 

E ^f "l&SF&g^ STOLEN MAIL. POLICE SAY 
POLICE LOG/MAIL STOLEN FROM DROP BOX 

MAILBOXES 

SEE MAIL BOXES 

MAIN ST. _ 

SEE ALSO EAST MAIN ST. 

SEE ALSO N.C. MAIN STREET PROGRAM 



CHH 1 12/13/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/14/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/15/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/16/1988 A 



3 N H90 

2 N H90 

9 N H90 

2 N H90 



H 
S 
S 
S 
H 

s 

CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
H 

H 
H 
H 
H 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



1/25/1988 B 
1/27/1988 A 
2/06/1988 B 
2/29/1988 A 
5/28/1988 C 
7/13/1988 C 
7/14/1988 A 
7/18/1988 A 
7/27/1988 A 
7/28/1988 B 
8/04/1988 B 
8/06/1988 C 
8/16/1988 B 
9/23/1988 C 
9/25/1988 A 
9/28/1988 B 
10/05/1988 C 
10/18/1988 A 
12/05/1988 A 
12/27/1988 A 



6 

1 I 
1 I 
6 

7 I 
1 

1 I 
3 
3 
1 
1 
5 
1 
2 
3 
3 
14 
10 
3 
3 



N 

N B53 
P K30 
N 

P S73 
N B53 
P L38 
U L41 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

P L38 
N Vll 
N 
N 
N 



2 1/15/1988 A 12 P N 
2 12/23/1988 B 4 N 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



6/16/1988 A 
6/17/1988 C 
6/18/1988 D 
6/20/1988 A 
6/20/1988 B 
6/21/1988 A 
6/22/1988 A 
6/24/1988 A 
6/29/1988 C 
6/30/1988 C 
7/06/1988 A 
7/09/1988 D 
7/15/1988 A 
7/19/1988 B 
7/20/1988 C 
8/04/1988 A 
8/17/1988 A 
12/13/1988 B 



8/09/1988 A 
9/25/1988 A 



1 I 
1 
4 
4 
1 

12 
5 
5 
7 
5 
1 
4 
6 
9 
1 

14 
5 
1 



Oil 
Oil 



N L40 

N L40 

N 

E 

N 

N 

J 

J 

N 

N 
' N H90 

N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N 

J Oil 
' N G59 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



D — DATE- 



PA6E1241 
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S I T 
E L Y 
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SEE ALSO WEST MAIN ST. 
FACELIFT 

MAIN STREET PARTNERS (CARRBORO, N.C.) m _ ,. 

ARTSCENTER DIRECTOR QUITS IN WAKE OF TASK FORCE 

ARTSCENTER DIRECTOR! BOARD LOST CONFIDENCE 

ARTSCENTER'S EX-DIRECTOR ASKED TO REMAIN AS ARTISTIC CONSULTANT 

ARTSCENTER PROBE FINDS SLOPPY RECORDS, BAD ADVICE 

ARTSCENTER GOING TO 'MAKE IV SMS B0ARD PRESIDENT 

ARTSCENTER GRANT HOPED TO BECOME SEED FOR OTHERS 

MENACHE HAS DEVOTEES AND 'ENEMIES' 

ARTSCENTER AGREEMENT CLOSE, DIRECTORS SAY 

ARTSCENTER NEAR SPACE AGREEMENT UITH MAIN STREET 
ARTSCENTER NAMES INTERIM DIRECTOR 
ARTSCENTER APPOINTS NEW INTERIM DIRECTOR 
FINANCIAL WOES DELAY CHANGES ON ARTSCENTER BOARD 

PARTNERS AMONG LIST FOR ARTSCENTER BOARD _ ««— «- „„ T 

MAIN STREET PARTNER NOMINATED FOR ARTSCENTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS SPOT 

ARTSCENTER PLANS TO BUY ITS SPACE FROM MAIN STREET 

A NEW MAN AT ARTSCENTER 

ARTSCENTER SIGNS 2-YEAR BUYOUT OPTION „„„„„.. „„. 

ARTSCENTER OFFICIALS HOPE BUILDING DEAL 'CLEARS THE AIR' 

MAIN STREET PROGRAM „ _, m ^ m 

CARRBORO OKS JOINT TASK FORCES UITH CHAPEL HILL, COUNTY 
MAIN STREET PROGRAM EYED FOR DOWNTOWN BURLINGTON 
PRIDE IN PLACE 

BURLINGTON WANTS CRUISING CURBED CLOSE TO HOSPITAL _ 
BURLINGTON IS ONE OF 5 TOWNS JOINING MAIN STREET PROGRAM 
HENDERSON REVITALIZATION EFFORTS ARE RECOGNIZED 

MAINE 

•6-DURHAM' COLUMN FLUSHES OUT 8 MORE 

ON WHITE WATER WITH 'BIG MAMA' AND 'MAGIC 

MAINSTREAMING 

SEE CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 

SEE EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN, N.C. 

SEE MENTALLY RETARDED 

SEE SCHOOLS, N.C, CURRICULUM 

SEE SPECIAL EDUCATION 

MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

STATE OFFICES' MAINTENANCE COSTS OF $17.4 MILLION FLOOR LEGISLATORS 

$18 MILLION FIX-IT MAN 

MAITLAND'S (RESTAURANT) 

DOWNTOWN RESTAURANTS FIND THE GOING TOUGH 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL, DRAFT 
SEE ALSO BASE BALL 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
5 STATE BASEBALL PLAYERS JOIN PROS 

MAKE-A-WSH FOUNDATION 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, CANCER 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN. DISEASES 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN^ WISH FOUNDATION , ti „ 

'MAKE-A-WISH' PROGRAM AIDS FAMILIES AS WELL AS ILL CHILD 

TWO AILING CHILDREN TO GET WISHES 

FANFARE/LOCAL GOLF 

KIWANIS TO HOLD COOK OFF 

KIWANIS MAKES A WISH 

MAKE A WISH SENDS TEEN TO DISNEY WORLD 



H 2 9/11/1988 F 1 P P K30 



H 3 


4/13/1988 C 


1 P N L90 


H 2 


4/14/1988 B 


1 N L90 


H 2 


4/22/1988 C 


1 P N BIO 


H 2 


5/14/1988 A 


1 N M10 


CHH 1 


6/16/1988 A 


1 N Vll 


CHH 1 


6/20/1988 A 


2 N B81 


CHH 1 


6/21/1988 A 


1 P N Vll 


CHH 1 


6/24/1988 A 


3 N Vll 


CHH 1 


6/29/1988 A 


1 N Vll 


S 2 


6/30/1988 A 


2 N B81 


CHH 1 


7/01/1988 A 


3 P N Vll 


CHH 1 


7/08/1988 A 


8 P N Vll 


CHH 1 


7/29/1988 A 


5 N Vll 


CHH 1 


8/03/1988 A 


3 P N Vll 


CHH 1 


8/28/1988 A 


1 N Vll 


H 2 10/21/1988 D 


12 P F U66 


CHH 1 


12/13/1988 A 


2 N Vll 


S 2 12/13/1988 C 


1 N B71 


H 3 


2/10/1988 B 


1 N W27 


H 1 


2/18/1988 B 


1 N 


H 2 


3/16/1988 A 


4 E 


H 1 


5/18/1988 C 


1 N T35 


H 1 


6/03/1988 C 


1 N H60 


H 1 


6/04/1988 B 


1 N 


S 2 


1/11/1988 C 


1 U H03 


H 2 


8/14/1988 C 


11 T U C52 



H 2 1/22/1988 A 1 P N L40 
S 2 1/30/1988 A 4 E 



S 2 1/04/1988 C 1 N U82 



H 2 6/09/1988 D 3 N 
H 2 6/10/1988 B 2 N 



H 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

S 



1/24/1988 B 
4/09/1988 A 
7/13/1988 B 

8/22/1988 A 
9/18/1988 A 
9/23/1988 A 



1 
14 

3 
11 

1 
13 



N P38 

N 

N 

N 

N S12 

N 



MALAGASY 



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N E E LY 

P D — DATE — C -TO L P 



BYL 



SEE MADAGASCAR 

^MmfHlSsS^ ■ USED IN BATTLE AGAINST MOSQUITOES 

MALATHION 

SEE ALSO INSECTICIDE mm ^ imm 

MOSQUITO SPRAYING UPSETS RESIDENTS 
PANEL REQUESTS REPORT ON USE OF INSECTICIDE 
SPRAYING CONCERNS COUNCIL MEMBER ^^^ 
SPRAYING POLICY DIGS CITY OJUNCIL MEMBERS 
COUNCIL BUGGED; GETS NO HEALTH BOARD REPORT 

MOSQUITO-CONTROL SPRAY CAUSES PROBLEMS 

COUNCIL*** GETS COMPLETE ANSWERS ON MOJITO SPRAYING 
PUBLIC NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT MOSQUITO BATTLES 

^AvISlI ^sI^ST^A^^ COUNTY MOSQUITO SPRAYS PU* 

HEALTH OFFICIAL BACKS SPRAYING 

5ULLEY WARY Of OLD REPORT ON MALATHION 

3 TO FORM PANEL TO RAP MALATHION 

HEALTH BOAWJTO HEAR CONCERNS ON MALATHION 

BOARD DEFERS ACTION ON MOSQUITO SPRAYING 

STUT^SAY JMLATHION SPRAYING NOT LIKELY TO HARM HUMANS 

INDECISION POOR WAY TO HANDLE SPRAYING 

MALATHION SPRAYIM3 DELAYED PENDING STUDY 

COUNTY SHOULD SETTLE SPRAYING DEBATE SOON 

MALCOLM BLUE HISTORIC CRAFTS AND SKILLS FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. _ , „ 

ABERDEEN FESTIVAL FETES FARM SKILLS 

MALE NURSES 

SEE NURSES, MALE 

MALKARA INVESTMENTS LTD. „.„.„,». 

WITTENBERG STILL BULLISH ayaWTOM UT , , ui CT ouctutm 
PARKING COSTS RISING-AND SOME SAY IT WILL HURT BUSINESS 

^^AR^CH^PLAYERS PERFORM AT 8 P.M. TUESDAY AT CAROLINA THEATER 
MALLARME CHAMBER PLAYERS' 'SERENADE' WELL-RECEIVED 

KODALY DUO PUTS DRAMA INTO MALLARME 

MARTINU (WRIGW.S HIGHLIGHT AT MALLARME CONCERT 

PIANIST HAWKINS STAR IN FESTIVE FINAL MALLARME 

SCHOOL RAISES MONEY - AND SPIRITS 

A LITTLE CHAMBER MUSIC 

CONCERT SCHEDULED 

MALLARME CONCERT OF NOTE 

N.C. SYMPHONY OPENS DURHAM SEASON SEPT. 9 

MUSIC, MUSIC, MUSIC 

MALLARME MEANS TO KEEP 'SMALL FEELING' 

M^LARfl MAKES ITS POINT WITH 'WOMEN' PROGRAM 

GROUPGIVES EXPRESSIVE PERFORMANCE OF MOZART 

MALNUTRITION 

SEE ALSO ANOREXIA NERVOSA 
SEE ALSO HUNGER 

SEE ALSO NUTRITION m 

PEER PRESSURE AGGRAVATES PROBLEMS 

MALPRACTICE 

SEE LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE REAL ESTATE MALPRACTICE 

MAMMOGRAPHY ^^ 

SE H^HAL ? TO S UPGRADE ITS X-RAY EQUIPMENT 



H 2 6/29/1988 B 8 N 



s 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 



7/12/1988 B 
7/19/1988 B 
7/19/1988 B 
7/21/1988 A 
7/22/1988 C 
7/22/1988 A 
7/22/1988 A 
7/23/1988 A 
7/26/1988 B 
7/26/1988 B 
7/27/1988 A 
8/10/1988 
8/11/1988 
8/12/1988 
8/19/1988 
8/20/1988 
8/22/1988 
9/23/1988 
9/28/1988 



N M06 
N S51 
N H70 
N H70 
N S51 
L 
L 
E 

N S51 
N H70 
N H70 
N H70 

• N H70 
N N36 
N H70 
L 
E 

1 N H65 
E 



H 2 9/16/1988 D 9 N 



1/25/1988 A 1 N U82 
7/24/1988 B 1 C N N36 



1/14/1988 
1/21/1988 
1/22/1988 
3/18/1988 
4/28/1988 
5/03/1988 
5/10/1988 B 
6/12/1988 D 
6/16/1988 
6/23/1988 
8/23/1988 
9/01/1988 
10/07/1988 
10/28/1988 
12/15/1988 



C58 
L59 
L59 
T37 
L59 

U W15 

P 



M55 



W66 
D10 
C58 



CHH 1 8/16/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 3/26/1988 C 3 N 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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NCMH MAMMOGRAM VAN NOW ON THE ROAD (CORRECTION PRINTED 8-30-88) 

MAMMOGRAPHY IS RELIABLE TEST FOR BREAST CANCER 
MAMMOGRAPHY AND SELF-EXAM OFFER MORE THAN REASSURANCE 

"^DURHAM: WHAT A DIFFERENCE AN EON CAN MAKE 

MAN AND THE BIOSPHERE 

SEE ALSO BIOSPHERE RESERVE 

OFT Al <X\ ECOLOGY 

SEE ALSO UNESCO (UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC i CULTURAL ORGANIZATION) 
BOTANICAL GARDEN CHIEF TO HEAD U.S. PROGRAM H 2 

PRESERVING THE PLANET A LITTLE AT A TIME mmm S£ ? 

MASON FARM, DUKE FOREST POSSIBLY IN BIOLOGICAL RESERVE CHH 1 

MAN BITES DOG THEATER COMPANY _ 

DOG CARRIES ON WITH AN OFFBEAT ROMANCE TfWM _ rl «^ 

TWO PERFORMERS' BALANCE PULLS THE WOOLGATHERER TOGETHER 
MANBITES DOG'S NEW SHOW IS ALL BARK, LITTLE BITE 
DRAMATIC EVENTS SPRING FORTH 
FOOD, FUN — AND ALL THAT JAZZ 
MANBITES DOG THEATER STAGES AIDS BENEFIT 
WARMTH HELPS VIEWER THROUGH ANGRY 'HEART' 
'NORMAL HEART' POWERFUL DRAMA 
GAY PRIDE MARCH PLANS TO BE GIVEN 

AIDS FIGHT RECEIVES $3,600 _ -- 

DOG HOME-HUNTING; STREET ARTS EXPAND; BLUES ON FILM 

THEATER GIVES MONEY TO AIDS SUPPORT GROUP _ wl 

DURHAM THEATER COMPANY MAKES DONATIONS TO AIDS SUPPORT GROUPS 

'DOG' GETS A NEW HOUSE, ARLO COMING, SCOTS TO GATHER 

MANBITES DOG: BULLISH BY THE SKIN OF ITS TEETH _,„,„ „„, 

HOME IS WHERE THE FOOTLIGHTS ARE) TWO LOCAL THEATER TROUPES MOVE... 

MANBITES DOG BARKS ABOUT SHOWS 

DOG DELAYED 

G-105 TAKES ON SOAPERS; DOG STALLED UNTIL OCTOBER 

MANBITES DOG DELAYED _ 

SERIES ON RUSSIA DRAWS CROWD TO MUSEUM 

'DOG' GETS SET TO BITE AGAIN 

MANBITES DOG READY TO BARK _ itmt 

MANBITES DOG THEATER PRESENTS, ANGELA LLOYD 

ARTICLES... „ 

TALE-TELLER LLOYD: DIVINE FOOLISHNESS 

DAVID RING, PATRICIA ESPERON IN 'HUNTING COCKROACHES' 

gUtfUMti»JUPm* 'HUNTING COCKROACHES' 
IN 'SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER' BY MANBITES DOG 
MANBITES DOG DOES TENNESSEE WILLIAMS WELL 
MANBITES' 'SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER' DOESN'T SIZZLE 

MAN FACING SOUTHEAST (FILM) _ 

ARGENTINE FABLE MAKES A MOVING PICTURE 

m °CAST FTOHWEW A STIRRING 'MAN OF LA HANCHA' 

MAN OF THE YEAR PAGEANT 

SEE ALSO BEAUTY CONTESTS min urmlMr 

PAGEANT FEATURES MEN, SPREADS ANTI-DRUG MESSAGE 



CHH 1 8/25/1988 A 3 P N S17 

CHH 1 8/30/1988 A 10 N 

S 2 11/23/1988 A 7 U 

CHH 1 12/09/1988 A 6 N 

S 2 5/30/1988 C 1 D N H02 



6/03/1988 B 
6/18/1988 A 
6/18/1988 A 



9 N 
3 P N L90 
3 N L90 



H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 




H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 



D 
A 
D 
D 
A 
D 
D 
D 



1/29/1988 
2/10/1988 
2/11/1988 
4/07/1988 
4/12/1988 
4/21/1988 
4/29/1988 
5/05/1988 . 
6/15/1988 C 
6/25/1988 C 
6/28/1988 B 
7/08/1988 C 
7/09/1988 A 
7/26/1988 B 
7/29/1988 D 
8/23/1988 B 
9/01/1988 D 
9/02/1988 
9/06/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/13/1988 
10/07/1988 
10/13/1988 
10/13/1988 
10/20/1988 
10/21/1988 
10/21/1988 
10/28/1988 
10/28/1988 
12/09/1988 _ 
12/15/1988 B 
12/15/1988 D 



9 
13 
5 
5 
6 
5 
9 
4 
4 
6 

14 
1 

10 
9 
5 
2 
3 
11 
15 
4 
6 
9 
4 
6 

10 
11 
20 
10 
10 
15 
1 
2 



P F W66 

R W66 

R W63 
P I 
P U W15 

N 

R L59 
P R B71 

N 

N 
P U U66 

N 

N 
P U W66 
P F U66 
P U W15 
D N 

N 
P U W66 

N 
P U W15 

N 
P N 
P P 

N 659 

R P10 
P P 

R 

R 
P P 

R 
P R 



U66 
R90 

P10 

U63 



H 2 1/08/1988 D 4 P R L59 
H 2 3/18/1988 D 11 R L59 



S 2 11/18/1988 A 8 P F G59 



m "itSs^LAUGR^YOU hSwFtO BE HIT OVER THE HEAD TO COAX A SMILE?... H 2 5/01/1988 E 1 T F Zll 

MANAGER MAGAZINE 
SEE ALSO MAGAZINES 
EUROPE MOVES CLOSER 



MANAGERIAL TRAINING 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS EDUCATION 
MANAGERS TO RECEIVE CERTIFICATES 



H 2 2/01/1988 A 4 E 
S 2 11/14/1988 B 4 N 



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MANASSAS, VIRGINIA 
SEE ALSO VIRGINIA 
A WAR OF PRESERVATION 

THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE (FILM) 

CANDIDATE A POLITICAL THRILLER WITH A TWIST 

"^MANGO JAM PLAYS CARIBBEAN 
SPRING BRINGS EVENTS OF NOTE 

MANG^jKlNs'lN ENB-OF-SWO CELEBRATION 
NIGHTSPOTS OFFER MUSIC MIX 

MANGUM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL , BAUAMA , 

SEE HANGUM PRIMARY SCHOOL (BAHAMA) 

MANGUM PRIMARY SCHOOL (BAHAMA) 

LEAD* LEVELSPURS CALLS FOR FLUSHING SCHOOL WATER LINES 

ffiRSffi S& SCHOOL WATER 

fflfl^ SS ^ TI^S KaRD 
CITYWATER USERS TO GET LEAD WARNING 
STUDENTS AT MANGUM TO BE TESTED FOR LEAD 
MANGUM STUDENTS OFFERED LEADTESTS 
MANGUM'S STUDENTS SHOULD AGREE TO TESTS 

LAraTcUISli SPICES^SCHOOL, GETS MIXED REVIEWS 
THIS YEAR, CITY'S SPRDJGCLEANING IS NATIONAL AFFAIR 

Ss^M tWS PROBLEMS FORESEEN 

MANGUM HAS DRINKING WATER 

WATER RUNNING AT MANGUM SOm 

MOVE OVER BUSH, DUKAKIS! THE LITTLE PEOPLE SPEAK OUT 

STUDENTS ALL, PAST AND PRESENT 

NANGUM ST. _ ,__ 

FIRST AID AFTER WRECK 

MANHATTAN PROJECT ^^ 

SE D^K0N T PR0FES^S BOOK DESCRIBES SOVIET SPY'S WORK IN MANHATTAN.., 
LAWYER AND WRITER PEREGRINE WHITE DIES 

MANHUNTS „_ „ _ 

SEE ALSO PRISONER ESCAPES, U.S. 

UAULfljUT FWTlS 

CHASE, 2-DAY MANHUNT ENDS IN SELMA 
MANNEQUINS 

SE FREEi-S S MODELS DRESS UP STORE WINDOWS 

MAWE REMEMBER GENTEEL TENNIS PROS? THEY'RE BACK 

MANN'S CHAPEL 

CHATHAM PARADE HAS NOSTALGIC AIR 

^%ORThMiNA FISHING VILLAGE IS WOLF TERRITORY 

"W'WUSB SUCCESSFULLY SOPHOCLES 
THE TEN BEST FILMS OF 1988 



H 2 7/11/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 8/26/1988 D 11 P R L59 



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



1/08/1988 D 
4/07/1988 D 
7/21/1988 D 
8/18/1988 D 
8/25/1988 D 



2/19/1988 B 

3/05/1988 C 
3/08/1988 B 
3/15/1988 B 
3/15/1988 A 
3/15/1988 A 
3/16/1988 A 
3/23/1988 A 
3/24/1988 B 
3/25/1988 A 
3/28/1988 
3/30/1988 
4/10/1988 
4/12/1988 
4/12/1988 
4/14/1988 
4/15/1988 B 
11/07/1988 C 
11/18/1988 C 



22 P P 
4 P I 

11 P I 
6 P P 

12 P I 



5 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
4 
1 
1 

14 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 



P M66 
N M97 
N M97 
N 

N S92 
N B85 
N B85 
N S92 
N 
E 

N S92 
N S92 
U B56 
N J40 
N 

N S92 
N 

N S92 
P T37 



H 2 7/21/1988 C 6 P P S73 



H 1 2/03/1988 C 2 N 
H 2 3/27/1988 B IPO 



S 2 8/25/1988 A 14 N 
H 2 10/16/1988 B 5 N 



S 2 11/22/1988 B 1 P F G59 

H 2 8/08/1988 A 6 P U G78 

CHH 1 7/05/1988 A 3 P N Vll 

S 2 6/08/1988 C 14 N 

H 2 4/22/1988 D 5 R S66 

H 2 12/30/1988 D 10 P R S66 



MANPOWER 



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N 
P 

SEE COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT 
SEE JOB TRAINING 

MANPOWER INC. 

BRIGHTER JOB PROSPECTS PREDICTED FOR DURHAM AREA S 

DURHAM-AREA'S ECONOMY RUNNING AHEAD OF NATION S 

MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO DEATH-BY-VEHICLE 

SEE ALSO MURDER, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO MURDER, N.C. 

SEE ALSO MURDER, U.S. 

GRAND JURY ISSUES EXTORTION, MANSLAUGHTER INDICTMENTS H 

GRAND JURY INDICTS TEEN IN FATAL WRECK § 

RACISM! SOCIAL DISEASE PASSED FROM PARENTS S 

3-MONTH TERM GIVEN IN DEATH H 

MAN OUT ON PAROLE FACES CHARGES OF ASSAULT, WJI H 

WOMAN GETS 3-YEAR TERM IN KILLING; RELEASE EXPECTED H 

WOODS SENTENCED TO 3 YEARS S 

NEW TRIAL ORDERED IN BOOKSTORE CASE H 

TRANSSEXUAL'S PLEA GETS PROBATION IN SLAYING H 

TRANSSEXUAL GETS PROBATION S 

COUPLE INDICTED IN CHILD'S DEATH H 

BATTERED WIFE'S LIFE BEGINS AFTER SLAYING H 

MARYLAND COURT BACKS CONVICTION OF TRUCK DRIVER H 

DRIVER'S EARLY PAROLE PLAN HITS OPPOSITION H 

TWO TEENS DIE AS CAR CRASHES INTO SIDE OF TRUCK H 

VICTIM OF 'BATTERED SPOUSE SYNDROME' TO GET NEW TRIAL H 

MAN IS CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER H 

WOMAN PLEADS NO CONTEST IN KILLING H 

WOMAN SENTENCED FOR BOYFRIEND'S DEATH S 

MANSLAUGHTER PLEA TAKEN IN DEATH OF 9-M0NTH-0LD mnu H 

DUKE DOCTOR SAYS CHILD'S INJURIES SHOW HE PROBABLY DIDN'T DIE FROM... S 

WILLIAMSON DRAWS 5 YEARS IN DEATH OF 9-MONTH-OLD BOY H 

MAN GETS 5 YEARS FOR BABY'S DEATH _ S 

COURT SAYS PANEL CAN REINSTATE FIRED STATE EMPLOYEES H 

EDGERTON SENTENCED TO 3 YEARS IN SHOOTING _ S 

MAN FOUND GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER, GETS 3-YEAR TERM H 

TEEN DIES, 8 INJURED IN WRECK ^ H 

EARLY PAROLE DENIED FOR DIGILIOjSERVING MANSLAUGHTER, DWI TERM H 

MAN GETS 9 YEARS IN DEATH, 3 THEFTS S 

CREEDMOOR MAN CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER H 

MAN DRAWS 20 YEARS IN DEATH S 

20-YEAR SENTENCE GIVEN FOR MANSLAUGHTER H 

WOMAN NOT MAD AT SON'S KILLER (CORRECTION PRINTED 6-10-88) CHH 1 

HAVELOCK MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO SLAYING H 2 

CORRECTION CHH 1 

COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL FOR VANCE COUNTY MAN H 

CLINTON OFFICER FACES CHARGES IN CAR ACCIDENT S 

VANCE MAN GETS NEW TRIAL IN CAR DEATHS S 

MAN GIVEN 14 YEARS FOR KILLING SON-IN-tAW H 

MAN GETS 10-YEAR TERM FOR DWI DEATH H 

TEEN-AGER DRAWS 10 YEARS IN MAN'S STABBING DEATH S 

MAN APOLOGIZES TO FAMILY OF VICTIM IN FATAL STABBING H 

YOUTH GETS PROBATION IN FATAL WRECK S 

TEEN GETS SUSPENDED TERM FOR 2 AUTO DEATHS H 

YANCEYVILLE MAN IS SENTENCED IN WIFE'S DEATH H 

AUTO RACE ENDS IN FIERY CRASH; ONE KILLED, ONE INJURED H 

TEEN KILLED WATCHING CAR RACE S 

TEEN PLEADS GUILTY TO FRIEND'S DEATH H 

ELDERLY MAN, WIFE ARE KILLED IN WRECK H 
TRUCK DRIVER IS SENTENCED FOR TWO DEATHS IN CRASH • H 

MOTHER, FRIEND CHARGED IN DEATH OF BURLINGTON BOY H 

MAN SENTENCED FOR STRANGLING SON S 

COUPLE KEPT LIST OF PUNISHMENTS S 

MAN CHARGED WITH DRAG-RACING DEATHS H 

JUDGE REFUSES TO LOWER BONDS IN DEATH OF 6-YEAR-OLD BOY H 

INJURED DRIVER FACES CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER H 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED IN WRECK THAT KILLED TEEN S 

MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE FILED IN CRASH H 



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2 3/07/1988 C 
2 12/19/1988 A 



1/20/1988 B 
1/20/1988 C 
2/01/1988 A 
2/06/1988 B 
2/10/1988 B 
2/13/1988 C 
2/15/1988 A 
2/17/1988 B 
3/01/1988 B 
3/01/1988 A 
3/16/1988 B 
3/21/1988 B 
3/24/1988 D 
3/28/1988 A 
4/06/1988 C 
4/06/1988 D 
4/15/1988 A 
4/19/1988 B 
4/22/1988 A 
4/26/1988 
4/26/1988 
4/27/1988 
4/27/1988 
5/04/1988 
5/06/1988 
5/07/1988 
5/16/1988 
5/20/1988 C 
5/26/1988 C 
5/30/1988 B 
6/01/1988 C 
6/02/1988 B 
6/09/1988 A 
6/09/1988 D 
6/10/1988 A 
7/06/1988 B 
7/06/1988 C 
7/06/1988 C 
7/07/1988 B 
7/21/1988 C 
7/21/1988 C 
7/22/1988 B 
8/01/1988 C 
8/02/1988 B 
8/10/1988 A 
8/26/1988 C 
9/03/1988 B 
9/24/1988 A 
9/26/1988 C 
10/05/1988 B 
10/07/1988 C 
10/07/1988 C 
10/08/1988 B 
10/11/1988 B 
10/13/1988 B 
12/05/1988 B 
12/05/1988 C 
12/20/1988 C 



1 N W82 
1 N M06 



18 

1 

4 

5 

5 

3 

6 
10 

1 

3 

6 

9 

6 

1 f 

4 

4 
10 

8 
11 

1 

8 

1 

1 

5 

1 
10 

1 

3 

1 

9 

1 

7 

1 ! 
10 

7 

1 

5 

5 

3 
18 

1 

4 

1 

1 

9 

1 

5 
10 

1 



2 
5 

12 
3 
6 
1 

10 



N 

N B53 

E 

N 

N 

N W27 

N 080 

N 

N S82 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N S82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S82 

N B53 

N S82 

N B53 

N 

N B53 

N S82 

N 

N S82 

N B53 

N 

N B53 

N S82 

N H90 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N B53 

N S82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



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MANUFACTURED HOMES INC. _„_ ._.. 

MANUFACTURED HOMES INC. GAINS MORTGAGE DEAL 

MANUFACTURED HOUSING 
SEE ALSO LUSTRON HOMES 
SEE ALSO MOBILE HOMES 
LIVING WITH LUSTRON 

^ffiuraK' LAW PROMPTS QUESTIONS 

S7ax"e&KS ^OFFICIALS 
SCENIC. CITIESLOSdS MONEY FROM REPEAL OF INVENTORY TAX 

SBEFM FU^^lS^^llfc^CTION PLAN 

LEGISLATURE REVISES FORMULA ON TAX LOSS REIMBURSEMENT 
TAX DISTRIBUTION FORMULA CHANGE AVOIDS CITY LOSSES 
N.C. CHICKENS, COWS SHOULD BE SELF-SECURE 

MAWS INFOWATIVE CORPORATE RECORDS MAKING WAVES IN DUKE PERKINS LIBRARY 

MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY 

SEE ALSO CEMETERIES, DURHAM 
HONORING THE SACRIFICE 
CITY FEE HIKES MAY SLOW SUNDAY BURIALS 
MAPLEWOOD WILL RECEIVE CITY FACE LIFT 
SOCIETY'S GIFT IMPROVING CEMETERY 
TOMBSTONE TOUCH-UP 
BIG SKY 

WORK BRIGHTENS CITY CEMETERIES 
DURHAM OFFICIALS STUDY CEMETERY PLAN 

MAPS, B. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 

*$£&'*$%& «N%E CAUSING PROBLEMS 

MAPS, CANADA 

err a] «i CANADA 
DUKE LIBRARY BECOMING CANADIAN MAP DEPOSITORY 
BRIGHT OBJECTS FROM A BLESSED LAND 

^'co£te$°land PROPOSED FOR CARRBORO POST OFFICE 
ONE-WAY STREETS ON CARRBORO AGENDA AGAIN 

MAPS, CENTRAL AMERICA 

^.S^ S SENJJiTtRO^ I TO HONDURAS; BATTALIONS FROM FORT BRAGG INCLUDED... 
HONDURAN PLANES BOMB SANDINISTAS 

uApc CHAPEL HILL 

'^^IKT^I^SlKo^OWN OF CHAPEL HILL (AD) 
RESIDENT ASKS! IF NO ONE WANTS NEW ROADS, WHY BUILD THEM^ 

SSePhiB! WIlT^pK DURHAM COUNTY LAND 

POWER TO BE OUT 30 MINUTES SUNDAY 

PLANNING BOARD BACKS REZONING 

STATE GAMES WIND UP FOR THURSDAY START 

Xl^ TO^Y^W CENTER ON LEASE-PURCHASE PLAN 

TRUSTEE TO PICK SUB TO RUN WESTCOURT 

ZONING CLAMP DOWN TO PREVENT 1-40 'HAMBURGER ROW' 

STUDY SHOWS MOST WRECKS OCCUR ON CHAPEL HILL BLVD. „.„-_,. 

HARDIN INSTALLED TODAY, NEW CHANCELLOR TAKES OATH AT 11 A.M. EVENT 

ARCHITECTURE — CAROLINA TRADITION'' 



H 2 5/29/1988 F 1 N 



H 2 2/07/1988 E 1 P F C80 



1/01/1988 A 
1/26/1988 A 
3/02/1988 B 
4/26/1988 C 
5/23/1988 C 
5/26/1988 A 
6/16/1988 A 
6/22/1988 A 
7/01/1988 B 
7/04/1988 B 
7/08/1988 A 



8 
4 
1 
4 
1 
5 
13 
14 
9 
1 
5 



N 
E 

N BIO 
N 



Oil 



Oil 



H 2 9/25/1988 E 3 P U H45 



S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 



5/31/1988 
6/24/1988 
9/16/1988 
11/09/1988 
11/11/1988 
12/15/1988 
12/30/1988 
12/30/1988 



P K30 
N H70 
N H70 
L 
E 

P T37 
N H70 



1 M N H70 



CHH 1 6/07/1988 A 1 M N S63 



H 2 7/21/1988 B 1 P N D22 
H 2 11/11/1988 D 12 P F W66 



H 3 4/28/1988 B 1 M N W27 
CHH 1 12/15/1988 A 1 M N VU 



3/17/1988 A 1 M H __ 
3/18/1988 A 1 M N R57 



2 

2 
3 
3 
2 
3 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



3/13/1988 B 
3/13/1988 D 
3/25/1988 C 
4/23/1988 C 
4/26/1988 A 
4/27/1988 C 
6/08/1988 A 
6/12/1988 A 
6/14/1988 A 
6/24/1988 A 
8/04/1988 A 
9/22/1988 A 
10/07/1988 A 
10/12/1988 A 
10/12/1988 A 



3 M N 080 
10 M A 
1 M N BIO 
1 M N K65 
1 M N B81 
1 M N 080 
1 M N M70 
8 M N 
8 M I 



M N K65 
M N M70 
M N M70 
M N M70 
P N L38 
M N S17 



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C^eThILL^O^UP ON RECYCLING PLAN (CORRECTION PRINTED 10-29-88) 

REACTION TO COLUMBIA STREET WIDENING MIXED _ 

COUPLES AWAIT WORD ON ODUM VILLAGE; PROPOSED ROAD MAY FORCE DECISION... 
AIRPORT ROAD DISPUTE SETTLED 

MAPS DUKE UNIV 

'TRINITY HEIGHTS GROUP QUESTIONS DUKE'S PLANS FOR LOTS, HOUSES 

MAPS DURHAM 

'DURHAM FLOOD PLAN SATISFIES ALL PARTIES 
MARYWOOD SEEKS HIGH PRIORITY FOR WATER LINES 
DUKE CAUTIOUSLY POSITIVE ON PROPOSED GREENWAY 
TRINITY HEIGHTS GROUP QUESTIONS DUKE'S PLANS FOR LOTS, HOUSES 
REBEL FLAG CLASH IS SPREADING TO MORE SCHOOLS 
COUNCIL SET FOR NEXT ANNEXATION 
CITY PREPARES TO ANNEX LAND 
HAMPTON HILL REVIEWS MIXED 
HOW ABOUT PARKWAY MAP* 1 

CITY OF DURHAM, NORTH 'CAROLINA, NOTIFICATION OF PUBLIC MEETING (AD) 
DURHAM TO SHOWCASE FEDERAL GRANT HOUSES 
TRIANGLE PLANNERS TO REVIEW OUTER LOOP 
AMBULANCE SERVICE HOPING TO GROW WITH DURHAM COUNTY 
CELEBRATION TODAY TO END CLEANUP DRIVE 
SALES IN ROLLING HILLS FIGHTING UPHILL BATTLE 
CITY OF DURHAM PUBLIC HEARING, PROPOSED ANNEXATION... (AD) 
CITY OF DURHAM PUBLIC HEARING (AD) 
OLD KINGSTON MILL MAY OFFER HOUSING 
TREYBURN EXPECTS HOMES IN LATE '89 
NEW DISTRICTS 

DURHAM POLICE ADJUST TO PATROL SYSTEM CHANGES 
OFFICIALS UNAWARE OF PROPOSED HAYTI FUNDING 
HOTEL PLANS GET APPROVAL 
MORE WORK AT DHS MAY COST «1 MILLION 
CHANGES 

BOARD PUTS OFF ZONING DECISION 
$1 MILLION DOWNTOWN DURHAM PROJECT PLANNED 
CAR HITS BUS FROM BRAGTOUN SCHOOL; 11 HURT __ 

HAMNER, WITTENBERG AMONG PARTIES CONSIDERING AMERICAN PROPERTY 
NEIGHBORS WANT SOUTHCHEM OUT 
VETERAN WORKERS STAND BY COMPANY 
EAST DURHAM IN QUANDARY 
3 LAWSUITS DELAYING CITY RTP ANNEXATION 
DURHAM'S DISCARDS WHERE SUNSHARES, RECYCLING BEGIN 
CITY RECEIVES BIDS FOR NEW FIRE STATION __ 
OPTION ON AMERICAN TOBACCO PROPERTY MAY BE SIGNED TODAY 
OPTION ON AMERICAN TOBACCO PROFERTY MAY BE SIGNED TODAY 
ARSON CHARGE FOLLOWS FIRE IN EAST DURHAM 

SHUTTLE PLAN REVVING UP T _ 

DOWNTOWN PATROL BEAT ESTABLISHED FOR POLICE OFFICERS 

A FINE ARTS CENTER 

BALLPARK PLANS 

CIVIC CENTER; IT'S 6 MONTHS AWAY, AND CHAMBER IS FIRST IN LINE 

REPORT ADVISES CLOSING SCHOOL; SAYS EAST END 'TOO OLD, HAZARDOUS' 

JAZZ INSTITUTE HULLS SITE IN DURHAM 

WOLFF, AREA OFFICIALS TO TALK BALL _ 

PANEL TO STUDY OPTIONS FOR NEW BASEBALL PARK 

PANEL TO STUDY OPTIONS FOR NEW BASEBALL PARK 

BULLS, FANS MAY SCORE WITH NEW PARK 

BULLS, FANS MAY SCORE WITH NEW PARK 

2 OFFICE BUILDINGS UNDER WAY BY MALL 

EXECUTIVE PUSHING FOR SPORTS COMPLEX 

DURHAM ASSAULTS APPEAR LINKED _ 

DURHAM GROUPS SEEK CUTS IN ERWIN SQUARE PROJECT 

SMOLDERING QUESTIONS; FIRES, ARRESTS LEAVE DURHAM ASKING 'WHY?' 

PARADE OF HOMES (SPECIAL SECTION) 

CCB PLANS OPERATIONS CENTER 

MECHANICS BANK MAY MOVE TO HAYTI „ 

DURHAM HOLIDAY PARADE DEC. 4, TO CELEBRATE CITY'S 'RENAISSANCE' 

HISTORIC DISTRICT PROPOSED FOR DOWNTOWN 



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CHH 1 10/27/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/09/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/11/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/14/1988 A 



1 M N 
1 M N M70 
1 M N L90 
7 M N 
1 M N M70 



H 2 3/17/1988 B 1 P N N36 



s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/01/1988 A 
1/23/1988 B 
3/10/1988 A 
3/17/1988 B 
3/17/1988 A 
3/18/1988 
3/18/1988 
3/21/1988 
3/25/1988 
3/27/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/07/1988 
4/10/1988 .. 
4/16/1988 C 
4/18/1988 A 
4/24/1988 B 
4/27/1988 A 
4/28/1988 
4/30/1988 
5/05/1988 
5/14/1988 
5/23/1988 .. 
5/25/1988 B 
6/06/1988 A 
6/07/1988 
6/08/1988 
6/09/1988 
6/10/1988 
6/14/1988 
6/22/1988 
6/23/1988 
7/01/1988 
7/08/1988 
7/09/1988 
7/14/1988 
7/20/1988 
7/20/1988 
8/02/1988 
8/12/1988 .- 
8/17/1988 B 
8/19/1988 D 
9/01/1988 A 
9/04/1988 D 
9/10/1988 C 
9/15/1988 A 
9/20/1988 
9/20/1988 
9/20/1988 
9/21/1988 
9/21/1988 
9/27/1988 
9/28/1988 
10/04/1988 
10/04/1988 
10/09/1988 
10/09/1988 
10/17/1988 
10/20/1988 .. 
11/04/1988 B 
11/16/1988 C 



C 
A 
A 
A 
I A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
C 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



1 P N H70 
1 N M06 
1 M N N36 
1 P N N36 
1 M N S92 
1 M N 
1 M N H70 
1 M N W82 
4 L 

3 M A 

1 M N H70 
1 M N M06 
1 M N C60 

4 M N 

1 M N W82 
7 M A 
14 M A 
1 M N H70 
1 M N C60 
1 M N 
1 M N B53 



M N H70 
M N A54 
M N S92 
M M 

M N M06 
1 M N N36 
1 P N P38 
1 M N N36 
1 C N W82 
1 H N W82 



M N W82 
M N U82 
M N C44 
M N H70 
P N N36 
P N P38 
M N M51 
M N N36 
M N M51 
D F U66 
M M C50 
D F C19 
M N 
1 M N H70 
1 M N C52 
1 M N H70 



M N P52 
P N P52 
P N H70 
M N W82 
M N K65 
1 M N M51 
1 M N H70 
1 P N N36 
1 P F 
1 M N W82 
1 M N H70 
12 M N 
1 M N S51 



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GLAXO ^S^lWL&PXKIW STRETCHES OJRHAM COKTY SEAMS 

ADARON GROUP PLANS GATEWAY FOR DURHAM 

ADARON, DUKE TO DOUBLE DOUNTOUN BUSINESS SPACE 

DOUNTOUN TREMBLES ON EDGE OF CHANGE 

££ ^SMt^ & FOR DRUG ABUSE PROGRAM 

REC CENTER COST CUTS ARE SOUGHT 

1-85 DELAYS TO SPEED FREEEWAY t _ 

SOUTHWEST PLAN STIRS MAELSTROM AT CITY HALL 

DURHAM OFFICIALS STUDY CEMETERY PLAN 

^^'ciTTaose^ amexing mm acres ^rtp^ 

BOARD WS LAND PURCHASE FOR 4TH COUNTY HIGH ^SCHOOL 
RESIDENTS GEAR UP FOR REVIEW OF NELLO TEER QL1ARRY REZONING 
TREYBURN FIRM WANTS PART Of ROAD CLOSED 
ADMINISTRATION SEEKS DELAY OF ANNEXATION 
DURHAM WILL KEEP ANNEXATION PLAN 

KgW KI-L^&IR; TEER FR£SII£NT CITES LACK... 

WATERSHED RULE CRIMPS PLAN FOR CHEWING HIGH 

TIP YIELDED GRAVE OF HAYES, BANE 

TEER WANTS ANOTHER HEARING ON QUARRY 

SEUER FEES CONCERN BETHESDA RESIDENTS 

CHEUNING SITE MAY HINGE ON MAPS 

DURHAM COUNTY OKS ROCK QUARRY REZONING 

^^eaSIhcIT^t^tens *kw growth 

BETHESDA SEWER SERVICE NEARS 

&^™FE^«NG ITS ATTENTION TO POLITICS, LAND... 
fKy LJIG TO OPEN, BOARD TO GET BRIDGE PLAN 

SJe^W?HIQH^OGL OFFERS SPACE, SETTER SECURITY 

DUCK HUNTING SEASON WENS HERETW HABITAT LOCATED IN DURHAM 

MAP'S, ENO RIVER 

SEE ALSO ENO RIVER 
STATE PROPOSES VOLUNTARY ENO PLAN 

^'iK ffiN 3UTNER WILL HME 18 TRACTS 
HE DIDN'T RECALL A BLUE CEILING 

MAPS, HILLSBOROUGH 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. 
HILLSBOROUGH HOG DAY r „ ATr , 

8&TTEE- ^W&£$£^» ISLAY 
llf^^S^^ffl^'Sait IN HILLSBOROUGH 

MAPS, INTERNATIONAL „„ 

DURHAM MAY HAVE 5 SISTER CITIES 

^'nCAa'tOURNEY FANS ASKED TO USE BUSES, PARK-AND-RIDE LOTS 
FORT BRAGG-ING - TROOPS HOT TO GO 
CLUB DEVELOPERS SEE NICKLAUS AS LINK TO GREEN 
GOVERNORS CLUB REMAINS PROJECT WITHOUT WATER PLAN 
GROLKON WARPATH OVER PLAN TO USE INDIAN TRADING TRAIL 
HORRISVILLE; WILL IT PROSPER OR BE SWALUACD? 

tTdMB k^M^U^™ F1TCF0SAL 

Ir^^THE^G^ARfF^^^ARnCIP^ NOT SPECTATORS 

KJS Xk^C^^^^O DUM SUR 



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11/16/1988 
11/17/1988 
11/18/1988 
11/18/1983 
11/23/1988 
12/01/1988 
12/06/1988 
12/06/1983 
12/13/1989 
12/20/1988 
12/30/1988 



N S92 
N C60 
N N36 
N S92 
N S92 
N H70 
M N C60 
1 M N H70 
1 M N M06 
1 M N H70 
1 M N H70 



s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


3 


2 


H 


2 



5/06/1988 A 
5/20/1988 A 
5/21/1988 A 
5/21/1988 B 
6/03/1988 C 
6/07/1988 
6/11/1988 
6/12/1988 
6/21/1988 
7/10/1988 
8/05/1988 
8/24/1988 
8/31/1988 
9/13/1988 
9/23/1988 
11/03/1988 
11/03/1988 
11/03/1988 
11/07/1988 
11/12/1988 . 
11/15/1988 B 
12/02/1988 A 
12/15/1988 A 



M N H70 

M N S92 

M N M06 

N M06 

M N S51 

M N H70 

M N M06 

M N A54 

M N S92 

1 M N R63 

1 M N A54 

M N H65 

N S92 

N H65 

N M06 

N N36 

N A54 

N H70 

N K65 

N M06 

N C47 

N S92 

N 046 



CHH 1 7/16/1988 A 1 M N R63 



H 2 4/06/1988 C 
H 2 8/30/1988 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 



6/18/1988 
6/30/1988 
7/24/1988 



1 10/16/1988 
1 



CHH . 

CHH 1 12/11/1988 

CHH 1 12/15/1988 



2 M N 
1 P N T37 



1 M I 
1 M N R63 
1 M N R63 
1 M M 
10 M N 
3 P N M20 



S 2 5/30/1988 A 1 M N H02 



3/15/1988 B 

3/18/1988 A 

3/20/1988 

3/25/1988 

4/02/1988 

4/10/1988 

4/13/1988 

4/16/1988 

5/08/1988 

5/22/1988 

6/05/1988 D 

6/05/1988 D 



N 

N B81 
N M10 
N M10 
N U82 
F P41 
N BIO 
N M10 
N H60 
N C52 
F P41 
F D77 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



COASTAL INITIATIVE COMMISSION WANTS GUIDE MAP TO ENTICE TOURISTS 

HOME-INCINERATOR SYSTEM COULD BE ALTERNATIVE TO SEPTIC TANKS 

TORCH RUN OPENS N.C. GAMES 

AFTER OLYMPIC GOLD, ETZEL SEEKS STATE GAMES T-SHIRT 

'DOOMED TO PROGRESS'! CARPENTER MAKES THE BEST Of GROWTH 

WIDER 1-40 MAY EASE RTP TRAFFIC 

MEDICAL WASTE HITS N.C. SHORE 

REDISRICTING MAJOR STATE HEADACHE 

ALTERNATE ROUTES. TIPS 

LOG INDICATES PILOT WAS FROM DURHAM 

CARPENTER RESIDENTS RALLY TO BATTLE DEVELOPMENT 

DANVILLE'S 8TH HARVEST JUBILEE STARTS WEDNESDAY 

DURHAM-ORANGE 1-40 OPENS „ 

HAW WATER QUALITY STILL OPEN TO DEBATE 

1-40 MAY OPEN TO 1-85 BY NOV. „ „„ 

OUTER BANKS' OREGON INLET CLOSING DOOR TO ATLANTIC 

GOV. MARTIN RE-ELECTED; SECOND-TERM VICTORY FIRST IN CENTURY... 

RETURNS SHOW DURHAM SUPPORT FOR DUKAKIS, JORDAN 

TORNADOES TOO QUICK FOR WARNING 

DURHAM CREWS ASSIST STORM-RAVAGED WAKE 

^O&l^ ^ WRECKAGE, GOOD LUCK AND., 

N.C. COUNTS TORNADOES' TOLL; 4 PEOPLE KILLED; 157 INJURED 

DUKE FOREST PLANS WILL BE R&EA1JZD TmAu 

LAISSEZ FAIRE DUKE FOREST REPORT EXPECTED TODAY 

SUPPORTERS OF DUKE FOREST 'OPTIMISTIC 

YULE HOLIDAY ISN'T WORST FOR TRAFFIC JAMS ON 1-85 

CP&L SEEKS APPROVAL FOR N-WASTE SHIPMENT PLANS 

LAND BOUGHT FOR WILDLIFE REFUGE Ams AvrT 

ENGINEERS PLOT FALL WORK START FOR WATER PLANT 



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



S 
H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
, H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



CHH 1 



6/08/1988 B 
6/13/1988 B 
6/15/1988 B 
6/16/1988 D 
7/31/1988 D 
8/02/1988 A 
8/10/1988 A 
8/16/1988 A 
8/18/1988 B 
8/23/1988 A 
9/11/1988 A 
9/13/1988 B 
9/22/1988 A 
10/07/1988 A 
10/22/1988 A 
10/29/1988 A 
11/09/1988 A 
11/09/1988 A 
11/28/1988 
11/28/1988 
11/28/1988 
11/29/1988 
11/29/1988 
12/08/1988 
12/09/1988 
12/10/1988 
12/17/1988 
12/18/1988 
12/19/1988 
12/29/1988 



16 N 
1 M N C60 
1 M N C47 
1 M N C68 
1 P F P41 
1 M N H02 

1 M N 

5 J Oil 

2 M N 

1 M N R63 
1 M N K65 



TWO ANNEXATION PROPOSALS ON CHAPEL HILL'S AGENDA 

LOOP CONCERN CAUSES ADDITIONAL DOT HEARING 

POWER TO BE OUT 30 MINUTES SUNDAY ^ n ^ TmiT „„ 

LATEST PLANS FOR SEVEN MILE CREEK DAM TO BE AIRED TONIGHT 

SEVEN MILE DAM TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF NEW TECHNOLOGY 

HILLSBOROUGH HOG DAY 

$12.5 MILLION PLAN IN HILLSBOROUGH INCLUDES MOTEL 
REVAMPED ENO MOUNTAIN ROAD COULD OPEN IN FALL 
RURAL BUFFER FACES DEVELOPMENT PRESSURE 
TRADITIONS ON DISPLAY AT WEEKEND POWWOW 
TRUCK CARRYING NUCLEAR GAUGE WRECKS _ 
STATE TO DOUBLE FUNDING FOR ENO MOUNTAIN ROAD 

raUNTY^ERVICEslTRETCHED THIN; BOND WOULD EASE TIGHT QUARTERS.., 

ls ^fflwSffi i& T0 "■ RISING TIDE 0F - IWSTERS 

CrjUNTY ACTS TO PRESERVE RURAL AMBIENCE; PUBLIC GETS CRACK AT SUBJECT... 

SON-IN-LAW IS CHARGED IN MURDERS 

CONTROVERSY COMES TO CLOSE WITH OPENING OF COUNTY RESERVOIR 

RURAL STUDY TO FOCUS ON BUFFER 

TOWN 'DISAPPEARS' IN SOUTHERN ORANGE 

MAPS, PERSON COUNTY 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY, N.C. 
COMPANY GETS QUARRY PERMIT 

MAPS, RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT 

RDU CRASH PROBE STARTS , „ m tmm 

U.S. 70, AVIATION PARKWAY INTERSECTION REALIGNMENT SET 

SOUNDING OFF: RATTLED RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES WANT TO SILENCE RDU NOISE 

MAPS, RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 
IBM STAYS ON TRAIL OF TOXIC SPILL 



H 2 
H 3 
H 3 

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



3/13/1988 B 
3/23/1988 B 
4/27/1988 C 
6/14/1988 A 
6/16/1988 A 
6/18/1988 A 
7/13/1988 A 
7/22/1988 A 
8/07/1988 
8/12/1988 
8/14/1988 
10/06/1988 
10/15/1988 
10/23/1988 
10/24/1988 
10/25/1988 
10/31/1988 
11/04/1988 
11/09/1988 
11/27/1988 
12/10/1988 
12/11/1988 
12/15/1988 
12/31/1988 



M N H60 
P N U82 
M N M25 
M N 
P N 

P N L40 

P N M06 

M N S92 

M N S92 

1 M N B53 

1 M N 046 

1 P N T37 

1 M N S92 

1 M N N36 

1 M N S92 

1 M N 

1 M N C60 

1 M N H60 

1 M N M25 



3 M N 080 
1 M N BIO 
1 M N 080 
1 M N R63 
1 M N R63 
1 M I 
1 M N R63 
1 M N R63 
1 M N M25 
1 M N R63 
1 P N H90 
1 M N R63 



M N L90 

P Q M20 

P Q H25 

M Q H90 

M N R63 

M N M20 

M N R63 

M N M20 

P N R63 

1 M N L90 

1 M N M20 

4 L 



H 2 4/12/1988 B 1 M N T33 



S 
H 
H 



2 5/26/1988 A 
2 11/19/1988 C 
2 11/27/1988 A 



1 P N B85 
1 M N 
1 P N P41 



H 2 3/13/1988 A 1 M N L41 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



WM ffi^? HB GROWTH PROBLEMS, COITION 

MAPS, SOVIET UNION 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION 
SOVIET GEOGRAPHY TRICKY 

™'&$ffl^%F8fl®E H. SCIENCE.CITIZENS C0U.IK7 
LEGISLATOR WILL DISPLAY COLLIDER MAPS AT OFFICE 

MAPS, TREYBURN 

^Cl^lH^R OVER TREYBURN LOTS 

m ittiununH s^irerysTLoisT ^ v ;••; 

TRIANGLE CAJUNS: MANY HAVE LEFT LOUISIANA, BUT THEY KEEP A FIRM GRIP,.. 

CROPS UNDER STRESS AS DROUGHT CONTINUES 

NCNB CHANGING MAP OF DALLAS 

ELECTION » 88 - THE SOUTHEAST 

TEXAS LASSOS SUPER COLLIDER 

TEXAS TAKES 'N.C SUPER COLLIDER 



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5/04/1988 A 
8/31/1988 A 



1 M N U82 
1 M N K65 



S 2 9/05/1988 A 4 E 



4/06/1988 A 
4/06/1988 C 



1 M Q T33 
1 N 046 



S 2 5/12/1988 A 1 M N H70 



3/27/1988 
5/27/1988 
5/30/1988 
6/09/1988 
8/02/1988 
11/09/1988 
11/10/1988 
11/11/1988 



P U H49 
M N 

P F 046 
M N 
N 
M N 
M N 
C N T33 



STATE, 104-103 



MARATHON OIL CO. _ ^ „__ „ _ 
MAY, MARATHON OIL SLIDE PAST N.C. 

HAR SEE%«-DISTANCE RUNNING 

MARCH OF DIMES _„„ 

^eM^X FOR *ARCH OF DIMES TODAY 
MARCH OF DIMES WALK 

MARCHING BANDS 

SEE ALSO Km'hIGH SCHOOL MARCHING AND SYMPHONIC BANDS 
SEE ALSO NfJRTHERN HIGH SCHOOL MARCHIW3 Wffl 

ROCKY MOUNT BAND IN GROUP DAZZLING LONDONERS IN DRIZZLE 

TAR HEEL BANDS IN INAUGURATION 



H 2 11/03/1988 D 1 N P75 



2 4/23/1988 C 
2 4/24/1988 B 



3 N 
1 P P 



L38 



H 2 1/02/1988 A 5 N 
H 2 12/29/1988 B 4 N 



MARCO POLO (RESTAURANT) u 2 6/24/1988 D 22 R D77 

fflijiljffi TO GET ADMINISTRATOR 

KdEI& CeSmS HELD*™ MARIA PtfHAM HOSPITAL ADDITION 
^f^TINUES ^OFFICES FOR VANCE SOCIAL SERVICES 



2/24/1988 C 
3/20/1988 B 
3/23/1988 B 
3/25/1988 C 
6/14/1988 B 
7/12/1988 B 



N H60 
N 
N 

N H60 
N H60 
N H60 



^ RIG $*IGOLDS IMPROVE SOIL WHILE BEAUTIFYING YARD 
^ISOLDS LISTED AS SUMMER'S SURVIVORS 

MARIJUANA 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

SEE ALSO NATONAL^NIZATION FOR THE REFORM OF MARIJUANA LAWS 
25X0F CHAPELHlLH^GH STUDENTS USE MARIJUANA-SURVEY 
N^C.VeAL^COURT UFWLItS DRUG-SMUGGLING ^CONVICTION 
FORMER CAFETERIA MANAGER SENTENCED ON DRUG CHARGES 
15-YEAR JAIL TERM GIVEN FOR SLAYING 
NX. KEEPS FIGHTING AGAINST MARIJUANA 



S 2 

CHH 1 



H 2 

S 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 



8/19/1988 B 1 
9/04/1988 A 12 



5/04/1988 C 
6/01/1988 C 
6/10/1988 A 
6/18/1988 C 
7/11/1988 C 



N L90 
N 

N H90 

N 

N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



MARIJUANA, ARRESTS 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, ARRESTS . 

CAFETERIA MANAGER FACES DRUG CHARGES 

INMATE CHARGED WITH SMUGGLING 

CHATHAM MAN FACES MARIJUANA CHARGE 
TWO FRANKLIN MEN FACE DRUG CHARGES 

40 POUNDS OF MARIJUANA SEIZED 
POLICE SAY MARIJUANA SOLD AT STORE 

AIDE TO TOM JONES FACES MARIJUANA HUNT 

CHATHAM HUSBAND, WIFE FACE EIGHT DRUG CHARGES 

ORANGE COUNTY COUPLE FACES MARIJUANA CHARGES 

POLICE CAR GETS KICKS FOLLOUING ARREST FOR DWI 

MAM FACES DRUG CHARGES 

11 GRANVILLE MEN ARE ARRESTED AFTER UNDERCOVER DRUG PROBE 

41 FACE DRUG CHARGES IN DAVIDSON, GUILFORD 
WOMAN, TWO MEN FACE DRUG CHARGES 
SCHOOL MAINTENANCE WORKER ARRESTED 
DEPUTIES ARREST 2 MEN ON DRUG CHARGES 
N.C. FISHERMAN GETS BOAT BACK BUT STILL FACES CHARGES 
TAILLIGHT RESULTS IN DRUG CHARGES AGAINST TWO MEN 
COAST GUARD RELEASES FISHING BOAT AND CREW 

SHOTS ARE REAL ON TRAINING RUN 

DURHAM MAN FACES DRUG CHARGES AFTER TIP TO POLICE 
U.S. LAWYER TO SEEK STIFFER FINES IN DRUG CASE 
DECISION DUE ON SOLDIER'S REQUEST 
ALCOHOL, DRUGS SEIZED IN RAID 

2 AIRPORT FIREMEN FACE DRUG CHARGES 
17 ARRESTED IN FRANKLIN COUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 
WESTEW NTC. MARIJUANA FIELDS THRIVING DESPITE DROUGHT, POLICE RAIDS 

MORE CHARGES FILED IN HOSTAGE CASE 

POLICE LOG/CONCERT RESULTS IN 28 ARRESTS 

TWO HELD ON DRUG CHARGES 

MAN CHARGED WITH FIVE BREAK-INS 

MAN CHARGED IN 5 BREAK-INS TO SWIM CLUB 

PERSON OFFICERS SEIZE MARIJUANA 

CALEDONIA PRISON GUARD FACES CHARGES 

U.S. ATTORNEY SAYS TWO LAWYERS ARE BEING INVESTIGATED 

DRUG WARRANTS ISSUED IN FRANKLIN 

POLICE LOG/POSSESSION OF DRUGS CHARGED 

EIGHT CHARGED IN DRUG, ALCOHOL CASES IN PERSON COUNTY 

MARIJUANA CASE DISMISSED AGAINST PSYCHIATRIST 

RAID NETS 100 POUNDS OF MARIJUANA, 852 PLANTS, 800 GALLONS OF MOONSHINE 

FOUR DRUG ARRESTS SLOW KLAN CARAVAN 

STOLEN LICENSE TAG LEADS TO ARREST 

3 IN KLAN GET DRUG SENTENCES 

HOSPITAL FIRES 2 IN DRUG PROBE 

DIXIE AVE. MAN ARRESTED ON MULTIPLE DRUG CHARGES 
HILLSBOROUGH POLICE MAKE COCAINE ARREST _ 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT, POSSESSION 
POLICE LOG/STUDENT CHARGED WITH POSSESSION 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH POSSESSION . 

THORNBURG ASKS U.S. SUPREME COURT TO REVIEW DECISION 

HENDERSON POLICE SEIZE MARIJUANA 

DRUG RAID IS LARGEST EVER IN HILLSBOROUGH 

POLICE LOG/TWO MEN FACING DWI CHARGES __ 

MARIJUANA WATERING SYSTEM MALFUNCTIONS; ARREST FOLLOWS 

MARIJUANA, CROPS 

SEE ALSO CROPS 

SEE ALSO OPERATION STOP CROP 
MARIJUANA DESTRUCTION DOWN IN N.C. _ __, n ^ 
COURT REVERSES DECISION IN WORKER'S COMPENSATION CASE 

DEPUTIES HARVEST MARIJUANA PLANTS M| 

WESTERN N.C. MARIJUANA FIELDS THRIVING DESPITE DROUGHT, 

MARIJUANA SEIZED 

MARIJUANA SEIZED 

N.C. KEEPS FIGHTING AGAINST MARIJUANA 

STATE PLANS NO CHANGES IN MARIJUANA ERADICATION 

GRANT WILL TARGET ILLEGAL DRUGS IN DURHAM, GRANVILLE 



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H 


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1/20/1988 B 


18 


N 080 


H 


2 


2/01/1988 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/06/1988 B 


6 


N 080 


H 


1 


2/20/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/08/1988 B 


6 


N 080 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


4/09/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


4/13/1988 C 


6 


N 080 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/25/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


4/25/1988 B 


9 


N 


: h 


1 


4/26/1988 C 


1 


N M51 


s 


2 


4/27/1988 A 


6 


N 


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2 


5/02/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


5/13/1988 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


5/17/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/18/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/18/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


5/20/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 C 


2 


N N36 


S 


2 


6/04/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


6/15/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


1 


6/21/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


6/25/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


6/30/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


7/02/1988 C 


2 


N 


POLICE RAILS H 


2 


7/03/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/09/1988 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 


7/12/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/23/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


7/24/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


7/25/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


7/26/1988 B 


1 P P 


S 


2 


7/27/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 


7/28/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


8/03/1988 B 


1 


N 


CHH 1 


8/06/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


1 


8/09/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


8/13/1988 C 


6 


N 


NS OF MOONSHINE H 


2 


8/20/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


9/04/1988 C 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


9/12/1988 A 


13 


N 


S 


2 


9/12/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


CHH 1 


9/24/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 10/04/1988 A 


3 


N R63 


CHH 1 


10/08/1988 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


10/16/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/17/1988 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/17/1988 A 


3 


N 


S 


1 


10/19/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


1 10/20/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 10/21/1988 A 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


11/14/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 11/30/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


5/21/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 


6/26/1988 B 


3 


N 


POLICE RAIDS H 


2 


7/03/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 


7/08/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


7/09/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


7/11/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 


7/12/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


7/12/1988 A 


1 


N B53 



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



5UBJE 



STATffi NO^PLANS TO USE HERBICIDE ON MARIJUANA 

MARIJUANA SEIZED bia>|a 

PERSON OFFICERS SEIZE MARIJUANA 

DRUB WARRANTS ISSUED IN FRANKLIN 

MARIJUtfWPLANTS SEIZB IN ALAMANCE COUNTY 

MARIJUANA CROP GROWER NOT FOUND 

MARIJUANA CROP GROWER NOT FOUND 

MARIJUANA PLANTS SEIZED IN VANCE 

MARIJUANA PLANTS FOUND IN DURHAM 

DEPUTIES SEIZE MARIJUANA PLANTS WORTH $705,000 

ffiPffi S^TaL^ MARIJUANA PLANTS 

MS WIS &K, 852 PLANTS, 800 GALLONS OF MOONSHINE 

$23 MILLION IN MARIJUANA DESTROYED 

SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES BURN MARIJUANA 

DEPUTIES DESTROY 600 POT PLANTS 

GRANVILLE MARIJUANA SEARCH YIELDS LITTLE 

FRANKLIN HAN ACCUSED OF GROWING MARIJUANA 

MARIJUANA FOUND IN GRANVILLE 

120 MARIJUANA PLANTS CONFISCATED 

Kf^TU»S yS F & 8 |«»UlfS 

^^iSuXW M DISPOSAL 
MARIJUANA, HEALTH EFFECTS mTnTr 

^OaKisi^lS^AL KALTH INSTITUTE 

Tijuana smcke found more hazardous than cigarettes' h 

rSc\^^INJ3*(5EDUCO BLOOD FLOW IN BRAINS OF HEAVY MARIJUANA SMOKERS H 

MARIJUANA, LEGISLATION „_,, 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, DECRIMINALIZATION 

SEE AlIo NAnO^ORGANIZAHON FOR THE REFORM OF MARIJUANA LAWS 
FEAR OVER COMPASSION 

MARIJUANA, MEDICAL USE 
SEE ALSO CHEMOTHERAPY 

^SgJgtiklffil&nmiL KA.TH INSTITUTE 
FEAR OVER COMPASSION 

MARIJUANA, RESEARCH .., „,,„ 
SEE MARIJUANA, HEALTH EFFECTS 
SEE MARIJUANA, MEDICAL USE 



C T S 






PA6E1252 










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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


—DATE — C -fG L P BYL 


H 


1 


7/15/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/16/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


1 


7/16/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


7/26/1983 B 


1 P P 


H 


1 


8/03/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/03/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 


1 


8/04/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


9 


8/04/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


1 


8/10/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/12/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


8/14/1988 B 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 


8/15/1988 C 


3 


N 


CHV 


1 


8/16/1988 A 


2 


N S63 


H 


1 


8/19/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/20/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


8/30/1988 A 


9 


N 


S 


2 


9/07/1988 A 


13 


N 


CHH 1 


9/14/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


9/15/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


1 


9/23/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


9/26/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/29/1988 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


9/29/1988 C 


18 


N 


H 


2 11/28/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


11/30/1988 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 12/08/1988 C 


10 


N 



1/20/1988 B 

2/11/1988 A 

5/18/1988 A 

12/23/1988 B 



12 

14 

4 

3 



N M97 
N 
E 
N D80 



H 2 9/12/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 1/20/1988 B 12 N M97 
H 2 9/12/1988 A 4 E 



MARIJUANA, SEIZURE AND DISPOSAL 

STIFF'S DEPUTIES BURN MARIJUANA 
DEPUTIES DESTROY 600 POT PLANTS 
120 MARIJUANA PLANTS CONFISCATED 

MARIJUANA, SMUGGLING 
SEE ALSO DRUG DEALERS 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, SMUGGLING a _„ 
6 PLEAD GUILTY TO SMUGGLING CHARGES 

MARIJUANA, TESTING 

SEE ALSO URINALYSIS Tfv , 1ADOr 

SOLDIER SUES ARMY OVER DISCHARGE 



MARINE BIXOGY 
SEE ALSO BIOLOGY 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. 



S 2 9/07/1988 A 13 N 
CHH 1 9/14/1988 A 3 N 
H 2 9/29/1988 C 8 N 



S 2 12/14/1988 A 15 N 



H 2 6/15/1988 B 6 N 



MARINE LABORATORY 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



1 alIo SSKTll.c[?a8wL hill institute of marine science 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-WILMINGTON CENTER FOR MARINE SCIENCE RESEARCH 

RED TIDE WASHED OUT SOME MARINE RESEARCH __„ „ MmMT 

RED TIDE UIPES OUT BAY SCALLOPS AND UNC SCIENTIST'S EXPERIMENT 
DUKE MARINE LAB CELEBRATES 50 YEARS 

' WRIN STATE"ra«OLS BACK RESEARCH PARK LAB SITE 
TRIANGLE SEEKS MARINE GEOLOGY LAB 
TRIANGLE FAILS TO LURE MARINE LAB 
U.S. MARINE LAB TO STAY IN MASS. 



MARINE ONE 

^IRD^TatRfGA^R FOR MIGRATION OF WHIRLYBIRD PRESIDENTIAL HELICOPTER H 
A SNAPSHOT TO REMEMBER H 

MARINE RESOURCE CENTERS 

SEE N.C. MARINE RESOURCE CENTERS 



^ I0 ELEMENT ARY STUDENTS SUSPENDED FOR PREACHING INFRONT OFSCHOOL 
PARENTS, PRINCIPAL STILL AT ODDS ON CHILD STREET PREACHERS' FATE 
tjjt i(fn PREACHERS 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS READY TO SUSPEND CHILD AGAIN IF PREACHING CONTINUES 
BOY PREACHER SUSPENDED AGAIN BY SCHOOL OFFICIALS 
SCHOOL TOSSES PREACHING PUPIL OUT A 4TH TIME 
STRODE FAMILY PORTRAIT (CARTOON) _, tMm „_ 
LEGAL GROUP TURNS DOWN MARION CHILD PREACHING CASE 

SCHOOLYARD PREACHER SUSPENDED FIFTH TIME „„.„.„ 

ACTION OF STROBES DOESN'T REPRESENT ALL STREET PREACHERS 

MCDOWELL COUNTY INVADED BY SCREWBALLS 

STROBES: CHILDREN OF TRUANCY 

PREACHER DOESN'T RETURN TO SCHOOL 

5-YEAR-OLD STREET PREACHER, SISTER FAIL TO RETURN TO SCHOOL ^^^ 

MCDOWELL COUNTY RESIDENTS VENT THEIR FRUSTRATION ABOUT STREET PREACHERS 

STRODE SAYS CHILDREN PASSED THEIR GRADES 

BOY PREACHERS MAY BE SHOUTING TO GET RICH 

BLUEGRASS MUSIC PLAYS ON IN N.C. 

STRODE PARTS WAYS WITH MARION CHURCH ^^ 

PRINCIPAL SUSPENDS STRODE CHILD ON 1ST DAY OF SCHOOL 

MARK REALTY 

MARK REALTY CORP. BEGINS SNOW RENOVATION, LEASING 



MARKETING INDUSTRY _ 

FUQUA SCHOOL SETS SYMPOSIUM ON MARKETING 

MARKETING RESEARCH 

COMPUTERS GUIDE STUDY ON BUYING 

MARKSMANSHIP 

SEE ALSO GUNS 

SEE ALSO HANDGUNS 

DURHAM'S TOP GUNS AIM FOR HONORS „ „ 

IMPROVED NAT'L GUARD FIRING RANGE WOULD BE CLOSED IF N.C. GETS COLLIDER 

PISTOL PERFECT; OFFICER ATTRIBUTES MARKSMANSHIP TO NATURAL ABILITY 

KEEPING MIND'S EYE ON TARGET _ 

ROOKIES TAKE TIME OUT FOR SPECIAL TRAINING ON THE RANGE 

ORANGE LAW OFFICERS WIN SHOOTING CONTEST __ 

DURHAM COUNTY WILDLIFE CLUB TURNING ITS ATTENTION TO POLITICS, LAND... 

MARNIE (FILM) _ 

'MARNIE' COMBINES CRIME AND CYNICISM 

MARRAKECH. MOROCCO 

DURHAM MAY HAVE 5 SISTER CITIES 
•SISTERS' SIMILAR, UNIQUE 



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2 2/04/1988 C 
2 2/05/1988 C 
2 6/11/1988 C 



7 P N 
2 N 
1 P N 



2 2/04/1988 C 1 N 

2 2/05/1988 C 2 N 

2 5/03/1988 C 3 N 

2 5/05/1988 C 9 N 



2 2/07/1988 A 
2 2/09/1988 A 



6 P N P38 
12 P P S73 



4/23/1988 C 
5/07/1988 A 
5/11/1988 A 
5/13/1988 
5/14/1988 
5/20/1988 
5/21/1988 
5/25/1988 
5/28/1988 
5/28/1988 
5/31/1988 
6/01/1988 
6/02/1988 . 
6/03/1988 B 
6/04/1988 A 
6/08/1988 A 
6/15/1988 A 
6/20/1988 B 
8/02/1988 B 
8/22/1988 A 



3 

11 
4 
3 
1 
1 
4 
6 

13 
4 
5 
4 
2 
4 

10 

14 
4 
3 
8 
1 



C50 



H 2 7/17/1988 F 1 D N 
H 2 11/10/1988 C 18 N 
CHH 1 7/12/1988 A 6 P N K65 



S 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 



3/19/1988 
4/09/1988 
7/03/1988 
7/20/1988 
8/10/1988 
9/27/1988 
11/07/1988 



N B53 
N 046 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
N R63 
N K65 



H 2 12/30/1988 D 6 P R L59 



S 2 5/30/1988 A 
S 2 5/30/1988 A 



1 M N H02 
1 N H02 



THE MARRIAGE (PLAY) 



-LX630- 



HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



AL COOKE, UAYN£ LEONARD IN 'MARRIAGE 
MARRIAGE*. WJSSIAN-STYLE .^ 
THE JOKE UEARS OUT IN CARRBORO 



THE MARRIAGE* 



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H 2 5/06/1988 D 
S 2 5/12/1988 D 
H 2 5/13/1988 D 



18 P P 
6 P P 
11 R W66 



MARRIAGE COUNSELOR ^ 

^S^ir^S^MARRIAGE COUNSELING ON TV 
CUE THE LAUGHTRACK, PLEASE 
DON'T TOUCH THAT DIAL 

"^DEMOCRATS' BUDGET PLAN TO DRAW FIRE FROM GOP 
THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO «PB»> 

^A^^TET^Se SKETCH FOR BARTHOLO IN SPEAKERS'... 
ACTRESS FINDING -REBELLION- CONSTANT 'FIGARO' SURPRISE 
PUYMAKERS' 'FIGARO' A TIMELESS ENTERTAINMENT 

TfficE°C«A AND BERNARD ADDISON IN PLAYMAKERS' 'MARRIAGE OF FIGARO' 

™&S FORD UITH THIS ROMANCE rni ^ 
DANCING PARTNERS DECIDE TO MAKE MUSIC TOGETHER 

diagnosis: IT was love at first sight 

TEN DAYS WAS ALL IT TOOK 
VALENTINE'S DAY CAME A BIT EARLY 
THEY'LL LIVE NAVY LIFE IN A LOVE BOAT 
PROPHETICALLY, THEY MET AT A WEDDING 

{SHSH^Jf^TE^V'SsH.T SUPPOSED TO BE 

IT WAS AN INNOCENT DECEPTION 

'IT WAS LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT' 

OF LOVE, LABORS AND GETTING LOST _ m 

TVEYHAVE ALOVE FOR THE OUTDOORS-AND EACH OTHER 

TRUE^O^IR WORD? THE?ttRRIED ONE YEAR AFTER HE PROPOSED TO HER 
THE PROPOSAL CAME ON A FLIGHT DECK 
SOMETIMES THE PERFECT MATCH HAPPENS 

p^hK LM1 fKip'can turn into romance 

JSv! HWWHNl m f&OSS A CROWDED BYfl 

THE SHY WOMAN IN THE MIDDLE AISLE WAS flj GIGGLER 

THE SECONDDATE WAS A WINNER FOR THIS COUPLE 

THIS WEDDING'S BEEN ON SINCE THE SIXTOGRADE 

UNC FOOTBALL SATUMWYS BRING COUPLE TOGETHER 

MAYBE HE DIDN'T CALL, BUT JE DID FIX .HER PHONE 

rca^^N^YETTEVlliE^THIS CDJFtE TO THE ALTER 
ONCETHEY GOT STRAIGHT ON WHO LIKED WHOM... 
A LITTLE CHILD LED THESE 2 TOGETHER 

ffl^W&ffi^l^^ RELATIONSHIP 

THEY^DTOIbK ELVIsfcOUPLE CHOSE LAS VEGAS FOR THEIR WEDDING.., 

GROOM'S COUSIN IS 1-0 AS A MATCHMAKER 

A HIGH SCHOOL ROMANCE THAT HAS ENURED 

BREAKING UP LEADS TO A DATE AT THE ALTAR 

ANEYE FOR NOSES IS WHAT STARTED THEIR LOVE AFFAIR 

IN HUNTING FOR A HOUSE, SHE FINIS A SPOUSE ^.^rc 

LONGDISTANCE AND SHORT TIME COULDN'T DETER THIS ROMANCE 

THE STAGE WAS SET FOR LOVE 

*RoK T^WtMURS^H^WOML CAME 3 WEEKS AFTER FIRST DATE 
ROMANCE GETS A ROUGHSTART- BUT ^HEYKEPT TRYING, AND IT FINALLY PAID. 
THEY KNOW THEIR LOVE IS AGELESS 

an R St N weekend: SEAFOOD AND MUSIC - THEN A PROPOSAL 
ROMANCE WAS A GAME THEY BOTH WON 



S 2 1/11/1988 C 4 P N 

S 2 1/13/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 1/25/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 6/11/1988 C 16 H 



CHH 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 



9/08/1988 
9/15/1988 
9/16/1988 

9/27/1988 
9/29/1988 
9/30/1988 



U66 
W66 
R90 



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 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 




H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


. H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/03/1988 
1/10/1988 
1/17/1988 
1/24/1988 
1/31/1988 
2/07/1988 
2/14/1988 
2/21/1988 
2/28/1988 
3/06/1988 
3/13/1988 
3/20/1988 
3/27/1988 
4/03/198S 
4/10/198S 
4/17/1988 
4/24/1988 
5/01/1988 
5/08/1988 
5/15/1988 
5/22/1988 
5/29/1988 
6/05/1988 
6/12/1988 
6/19/1988 
6/26/1988 
7/03/1988 
7/10/1988 
7/17/1988 
7/24/1988 
7/31/1988 
8/07/1988 
8/14/1988 
8/21/1988 
8/28/1988 
9/04/1988 
9/11/1988 
9/18/1988 
9/25/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/09/1988 
10/16/1988 
10/23/1988 
10/30/1988 
11/06/1988 
11/08/1988 
11/13/1988 
11/20/1988 



E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

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E 

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E 

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E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

A 

E 

E 



8 

8 

8 

10 
9 
8 

10 
9 
8 
9 
9 

10 
9 
8 
8 
9 
9 
7 
8 
6 
6 
8 
8 
5 
8 
7 
8 
9 
6 
8 
7 
6 
8 
8 
7 



C80 

Zll 

H45 

C80 

Zll 

H45 

C80 

Zll 

C80 

Zll 

C80 

Zll 

S56 

S56 

Zll 

S56 

Zll 

S56 

Zll 

S56 

Zll 

S56 

Zll 

S56 

Zll 

S56 

Zll 

N36 

Zll 

S56 

Zll 

S56 

Zll 

H45 

Zll 

S56 

Zll 

S56 

Zll 

S56 

Zll 

S56 

Zll 

S56 

Zll 



S56 
Zll 



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



SUBJECTS 



IT'S NO MIRAGE — THEIR ROMANCE IS REAL 

MARRIAGES, INTERNATIONAL 

FOOD FUELS INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP 

MARRIAGES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO WEDDINGS 
COUPLE SUES AGENCY OVER MARRIAGE LAW „_,„ 
AFTER 4 YEARS OF MARRIAGE, COUPLE MOVING IN TOGETHER 
MAGISTRATE TAKES PLACE OF OLD JOP ,„„ io „^ 
GROOM LITERALLY TOOK PLUNGE TO ARRIVE AT WEDDING SITE 

MARRIAGES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO BIGAMY 

SEE ALSO CHINA, MARRIAGE 

SEE ALSO DATING FIRMS AND SERVICES 
SEE ALSO EXTRA-MARITAL AFFAIRS 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO POLYGAMY __ 

SEE ALSO RACIALLY MIXED MARRIAGES 
SEE ALSO UNMARRIED COUPLES 
SFF Al<¥) WEDDINGS 

MARRIAGE WITH 'LOVE FOR A LIFETIME-: SET YOUR JAWS, CLINCH YOUR TEETH 

urrn fur MARRIAGE GAP 

STUDY SHOWS UNWED CAREER WOMEN SOMETIMES FEEL PRESSURE TO MARRY 

MARRIED TO THE MOB (FILM) _ -— 
MOB MOVIE IS 'ROMANTICALLY SATISFYING' 
CAST MAKES A CHARMER OF 'MARRIED TO THE MOB' 
THE TEN BEST FILMS OF 1988 

W ^ I C0UNTY R b6aRD AGREES TO BUY LAND FOR NEW SCHOOL (CORRECTED 3-5-88) 
MARRIOTT TO ADD 2 DURHAM HOTELS 
MARRIOTT MANAGER CHARGED WITH THEFT 
FOR SAM HUFF, THE OLD SPIRIT IS ALIVE AND WELL 
OPPOSED TO ROCK QUARRY 

MARRIOTT RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 

FOR SAM HUFF, THE OLD SPIRIT IS ALIVE AND WELL 
LASER BEAMS, ROBOT OPEN NEW HARRIOTT HOTEL ON 1-40 

MARS 

PLANETARY SOCIETY SAYS IT'S TIME TO GO TO MARS 

n.c. state to do research about putting man on mars 
nasa to fund mars research at n.c. schools 
n.c. center may make mars mission a reality 
bloody red peace goal 
mars: a distinct possibility 

MADC UTI I U p 

MARs'hILl'pOLICE SEEK HELP IN SOLVING DISAPPEARANCE 

MARS HILL COLLEGE 

MT. OLIVE 93, MARS HILL 85 

CLOGGER CASNER GLAD HE CHANGED HIS MIND _._ 
MINISTER SAYS BAPTIST SCHOOLS' INTEGRITY MUST BE PROTECTED 
GRAY, HILL HELP CATAMOUNTS ROLL OVER MARS HILL 

MARS HILL COLLEGE SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
MARS HILL, 48-0 
WINGATE 34, MARS HILL 17 
MARS HILL 16, PRESBYTERIAN 13 
LENOIR-RHYNE 49, MARS HILL 14 
MARS HILL 38, ELON 

MARSHALL AND KOME 

SNOW BUILDING GETS TENANTS 

MARSHALL UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 



D — DATE- 



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H 2 11/27/1988 E 9 P F S56 
S 2 3/17/1988 A 6 P F S27 



S 2 1/28/1988 C 8 N 

S 2 5/25/1988 A 13 N 
CHH 1 6/14/1988 A 1 P N L90 
H 2 10/18/1988 B 2 N 



H 2 1/09/1988 A 7 U 
H 2 4/23/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 8/19/1988 A 6 D F 



S56 



S 2 8/25/1988 D 
H 2 9/16/1988 D 
H 2 12/30/1988 D 



3/04/1988 C 
3/04/1988 A 
6/06/1988 B 
6/10/1988 B 
8/19/1988 A 



6/10/1988 B 
6/10/1988 B 



2 R M06 

2 P R S66 

10 P R S66 



1 M N A54 
1 M N S92 
6 N 
1 P U C36 
4 L 



1 P U C36 
12 P N W29 



1/13/1988 B 
4/30/1988 C 
5/02/1988 A 
5/30/1988 B 
6/01/1988 A 
12/24/1988 A 



H 2 12/07/1988 D 4 N 



2 2/21/1988 C 
2 4/29/1988 D 
2 8/21/1988 B 
2 12/04/1988 C 



2 N 
8 P F 
7 N 

3 N 



9/11/1988 C 

9/25/1988 C 

10/23/1988 C 

11/06/1988 C 

11/20/1988 C 



S 2 10/14/1988 A 1 N W82 



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SUBJECTS 



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MARSHALL 30, APPALACHIAN ST. 27 
MARSHALL, 52-45 

^^^ARRBORO OFFICIAL NAMED ADMINISTRATOR 

MARTIAL ARTS 
SEE ALSO JUDO 
SEE ALSO KARATE 
SEE ALSO KUNG FU 
SEE ALSO NINJA 

SEE ALSO SELF-DEFENSE _ 

SEE ALSO TAEKUONDO KOREAN SELF-DEFENSE 
SEE ALSO TRIANGLE WOMEN'S MARTIAL ARTS 

TAOS) ISAJVE MB KICKING FOR THE OLYMPICS 

^ TI SENATTJR:'UASTE SITE INCENTIVES SHOULD GO TO MARTIN, 

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. MEMORIAL LECTURE 

WHAN RIGHTS LEADER TO GIVE KING LECTURE 

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. [WKWAY „ ^ 
PARKUAY MAY BE RENAMED FOR DR. KING 
BOARD TO CONSIDER KING PARKWAY PROPOSAL 
NEU NAME FOR ROAD GOOD TRIBUTE FOR KING 
COMMISSIONERS BACK PROPOSAL TO NAME NEU HIGHWAY FOR KING 
BOARD ENDORSES 'KING PARKWAY' 

^PARKWAY^NEEDS SUPPORT FROM MANY IN DURHAM, STATE 

FIRMS OPPOSE NAMING PARKUAY FOR KING 

PARKUAY NAME DECISION DELAYED 

BOARD WAITS TO RENAME PARKUAY 

S^THERN PARKUAY WITHIN CITY LIMITS RENAMED FOR KING 

COUNCIL NAMES PART OF PARKWAY FOR REV. KING 

PARK LEADERS ENDORSE KING MEMORIAL HIGHWAY 

RTP FIRMS OPPOSE PARKWAY 

CONFUSING ROAD NAMES 

^ TI ffl E WATER 3 praBLEMS CITED BY ANTI-QUARRY SPEAKER AT HEARING 
DURHAM SHOULD OPPOSE QUARRY IN PERSON 
NO DECISION MADE ON QUARRY REQUEST 
COMPANY GETS QUARRY PERMIT 
APPLAUD BELL, HERON FOR ANTI-QUARRY VOTES 
COMPANY GETS OK FOR ROAD STUDY ON PERSON LAND 

MARTINSVILLE SPEEDWAY 

EARNHARDT'S LUCK COSTLY FOR GANT 

PETTY FACES POSSIBLE PENALTY FOR INCIDENT 

NASD* HANDS PETTY $2,000 FINE 

MARY KAY COSMETICS 

THEY'RE PROTEGES Of MARY KAY 

MARY 0. COWPER DAY CARE CENTER ^^^ _„, 

SALE OF COWPER NURSERY SCHOOL EXPECTED TODAY 

MARY REYNOLDS BABCOCK FOUNDATION 

i£ ^-KS I^VOOO BABCOCK GRANT 

SSMI&SS SET! & FROM TKPEE FOUNDATIONS 



MARYLAND 

SEE ALSO ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND _ Tr>l ^ 
MARYLAND GOVERNOR CHECKS OUT SCIENCE, 
MARYLAND GOV. TOURS MATH SCHOOL 
TALKING SHOP 



MATH SCHOOL FOR HIS STATE 



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S I T 

E L Y 

-DATE — C -TO L P BYL 



H 2 10/30/1988 C 5 N 
H 2 11/13/1988 C 5 N 



CHH 1 10/03/1988 A 1 N R63 



S 2 5/28/1988 A 5 P P S73 
S 2 7/12/1988 A 6 P F S27 



H 2 5/26/1988 C 6 N 
H 2 1/10/1988 A 12 N U80 



S 
H 

S 
H 
S 
H 
S 

s 

H 
S 
H 

s 

H 

S 
H 



H 

H 
H 
H 
H 

H 



A 

! C 

A 
C 

A 
A 
A 

c 



1/22/1988 
1/23/1988 
1/25/1988 
1/26/1988 
1/26/1988 
2/08/1988 
2/09/1988 
4/08/1988 _ 
4/12/1988 B 
4/12/1988 A 
4/19/1988 B 
4/19/1988 A 
4/26/1988 C 
4/26/1988 A 
5/12/1988 A 



1/06/1988 B 
1/15/1988 A 
2/05/1988 C 
4/12/1988 B 
6/14/1988 A 
9/08/1988 B 



N M06 
N A54 
E 

N A54 
N M06 
L 
L 
' N M06 
N A54 
N M06 
N S51 
N H70 
N A54 
N M06 
E 



H 2 4/25/1988 B 
H 2 4/27/1988 D 
H 2 4/28/1988 D 



1 N T33 
4 L 
1 N 
1 M N T33 
4 L 
1 N T33 



2 P N W60 
1 P N 
1 P N 



H 2 6/15/1988 A 6 P F S56 



H 2 11/15/1988 B 15 N C60 



H 2 1/14/1988 B 

S 2 1/19/1988 A 

S 2 10/05/1988 A 

H 1 12/16/1988 C 



3 N U80 

5 N 

7 N 

3 N H60 



H 2 1/27/1988 B 2 N 
H 2 1/30/1988 C 3 P N J40 
S 2 1/30/1988 C 1 P P K30 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 

12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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THORNBURG ARGUES MARYLAND LAW DOESN'T EFFECT N.C. DEATH PENALTY 
NVcVDEATH PENALTY UPHELD, STATE SUPREME COURT SAYS LAU NOT 'FLAWED' 
STATE SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS DEATH SENTENCES OF TWO MEN 

MARYUOOD SUBDIVISION _ uM _ , „__ 

MARYUOOD SEEKS HIGH PRIORITY FOR WATER LINES 
BOARD TO CONSIDER SEWER SERVICE 
PANEL ENCOURAGES SEWER-SERVICE PETITION 
BOARD OKS BULK OF REDISRICTING PLAN 

MASKS 

SEE ALSO HALLOWEEN MASKS 
POLITICAL PALS 
flR FfTS f)F BRIGHT PRIDE 
SHAMAN'S FACE MASK INCLUDED IN 'OBJECTS OF BRIGHT PRIDE' 

MASON-DIXON OPINION RESEARCH, INC. 
SEE ALSO POLLS 
POLL: GOVERNOR'S RACE A TOSSUP 

MASON-DIXON SEMI-PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALLLEAGUE 

DURHAM GETS FOOTBALL TEAM IN SUMMER PRO LEAGUE 

""^KfSSJI SSShK OS. HCSfTOUS »E»* TESTS 
UTILITY FILES FOR PATENT 
CARRBORO OFFICIALS TOUR OWASA TREATMENT PLANT 

MASONBORO ISLAND 

RESIDENTS WANT ISLAND PRESERVED 

MASONS 

SEE ALSO DORCAS MASONIC LODGE 
SEE ALSO ST. JOHN'S DAY 

BENEFIT HORSE SHOW MAY 28 TO AID HOME 

HOW ORPHANAGE LEADER GOT JOB REMAINS PUZZLE 

GRAVE APPARENTLY ROBBED IN CHATHAM 

OXFORD PREPARES FOR CELEBRATION OF ST. JOHN'S DAY 

NEW OFFICERS _ 

SHRINERS STRUT FOR OXFORD ORPHANAGE 

MASQUERADE (FILM) _ „ „ u 

'MASQUERADE' A WORTHY ENTRY TO MURDER CANON 

MASS SUICIDE 

SEE RELIGIOUS CULTS 

macc TRANS IT 

SEE ALSO N.C. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD 

SEE ALSO SUBWAYS 

SEE ALSO TRANSIT SYSTEM STUDY 

SEE ALSO TRANSPORTATION 2020 

SEE ALSO TRAVEL, U.S. 
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION NEEDED „■„,,«, um „-v 

APPLICATION DEADLINE MARCH 11 FOR RURAL TRANSPORTATION MONEY 
AIRPORT NOISE ISSUE DOMINATES HEARING AGAIN 
HEED THIS WARNING ON PUBLIC BUS SYSTEM 
CITY NEEDS GOOD PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION 
INCONSISTENT EDITORIALS . „, „ _ imTW 

MASS TRANSIT IDEAS DISCUSSED BUT HIGHWAYS TO GET PRIORITY 
MAY 6 DEADLINE TO APPLY U.S. TRANSPORTATION MONEY 
CITY STUDIES HOW TO ACQUIRE DUKE POWER BUS SERVICE 
STATE SEEKS $77,000 GRANT FOR TRIANGLE BUS SYSTEM 

WHAT ABOUT A SUBWAY? _„ 

•WISE GROWTH' PANEL TOUTS PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION 
PROBLEMS STILL UNSOLVED 



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

H 2 8/23/1988 B 20 N 
H 2 9/08/1988 A 1 N 
H 2 10/07/1988 B 4 N 



S 2 1/23/1988 B 1 N M06 

H 2 2/07/1988 B 12 N A54 

S 2 2/09/1988 A 5 N M06 

S 2 5/06/1988 C 1 N S92 



H 2 10/23/1988 B 4 P P T32 
S 2 12/22/1988 D 1 P F B71 
S 2 12/29/1968 D 7 P P 



S 2 8/12/1988 C 6 P N 
H 2 4/09/1988 B 1 P N DB5 



H 3 2/25/1988 B 1 N B81 
CHH 1 6/18/1988 A 3 N L90 



H 2 1/30/1988 D 4 N 
H 3 5/28/1988 C 1 N L90 
CHH 1 11/18/1988 A 3 N Vll 



S 2 7/16/1988 C 1 N 



5/16/1988 A 
5/24/1988 B 
6/09/1988 B 
6/16/1988 B 
6/16/1988 C 
6/19/1988 A 



3 
1 

3 M 
1 

6 P 
1 P 



N 
N 

N S63 
N T33 
P S73 
N T33 



H 2 11/25/1988 D 5 P R L59 



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



1/01/1988 A 
1/13/1988 B 
1/28/1988 B 
1/29/1988 A 
1/29/1988 A 
2/08/1988 A 
2/16/1988 B 
3/09/1988 C 
5/24/1988 
6/11/1988 
6/21/1988 
6/22/1988 
6/28/1988 



4 
8 
1 
4 
4 
5 
1 
2 
1 
6 
4 
1 
4 



L 

N H60 
N M97 
E 
L 
L 

N 046 
N 
' N H70 
N 
L 

N M06 
L 



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ANNUAL INDEX B 
1/01/1968 - 12/31/1988 



S U B J E 



RULE COULD MEAN TESTS FOR TRANSIT PERSONNEL m „ v ^, 
RMLRO^ANEL ON PASSENGER SERVICE .MEETS : WITH I GOVERNOR 
PUNS FOR BUS LINK BACK IN GEAR; &LLEY DUBIOUS 
WE SHOULD PURSUE RAIL PASSENGER SERVICE 
CODED CARS INTRIGUING IDEA 

KiIs^Tneed njpr, mm 

K SS S^GE^lfG^L^T 

INCENTIVES KEY TO AUTO POLLUTION ,™_ 

TOGGLE MASS TRANSIT STUDY TO BEGIN IN SEPTEMBER 
FEDERAL GRANT SPARKS REGIONAL BUS SEWICE ADS 
TECHNOLOGY CALLED WAY TO IMPROVE TRAFFIC FLOW 
'pEOPLE HOVERS' ONE MASS TRANSIT Of HON 

» K'trK S?n woted jrggHE. auto fees 

9-MDffiER TRIANGLE MASS TRANSIT PANEL ESTABLISHED 
StiK S^TRWSPORTATIO* lik 

"^SEE^oloODS HOLE, MASSACHUSETTS ^^ 
MASSACHUSETTS LT. GOV. TO SPEAK AT DUKE 
S^S SQUELCH THIS HILARIOUS PRANK 
DUKAKIS SIGNS CIGARETTE TAX 
DUKAKIS IS A LEFT-WING^ 
DUKAKIS' 'MIRACLE' FLAWED 
REPORTS FROM BOSTON 
DUKAKIS A BIG-SPENDER 

C^IGw's^^DEFILES AFRICAN FLAG 
'MASSACHUSETTS MIRACLE' A JOKE 
HEALTH PLAN A FANTASY 

MASSACHUSETTS, ELECTIONS! 

CANDIDATE LEARNS LESSON 

MASSAGE 

MASSAGE ORDINANCE 

MASSAGE PARLORS _^ 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CLUBS 

SfoSSSS^lHIS HILARIOUS PRA* 

MASS ^SSAeE A THlRAPIST JESSUP TO HELP ATHLETES IN CALGARY'S WINTER GAMES 
THE MASSAGE IS T>£ MEDIUM 
MASSAGE T>€RAPY 

MASSEY-UEATHERSPOON FUND 

MASSEY FAMILY ESTABLISH FUND 

MASTECTOMIES _ 

SEE ALSO BREAST CANCER 

S£ O^YCtmCKS UP POINTS IN SHOWDOWN AGAINST CANCER 



c 


r s 




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S 


I 


T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


Cm 1 7/10/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


H 


2 7/14/1988 A 


15 P N M02 


S 


2 7/27/1988 C 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 7/30/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 7/30/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 8/12/1988 A 


1 M N N36 


S 


2 8/12/1988 A 


1 


N U82 


S 


2 8/13/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 8/16/1988 A 


1 


N H70 


at 


1 8/31/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 9/01/1988 B 


11 


N 


S 


2 9/01/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 9/27/1988 D 


5 


N 


D* 


1 1 10/26/1988 A 


2 


N M70 


H 


2 11/07/1988 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 11/17/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 11/18/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/21/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 11/29/1988 A 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 4/15/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 6/04/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 6/24/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 7/15/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 8/09/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 8/12/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 8/12/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 8/15/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 8/30/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 9/19/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/12/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 10/04/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/13/1988 D 


4 


N 



H 2 6/04/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 2/06/1988 B 1 P N K65 
H 2 6/22/1988 A 6 P F Zll 
S 2 10/18/1988 D 5 P P 



H 2 2/13/1988 B 6 P N 



H 2 1/28/1988 A 1 P N K65 



UEmmUi 'MASTERPIECE EVENING' TO CELEBRATE THE ACCLAIMED PBS... H 

T«*FMJ- ALWAYS BEAN ENGL&D 4, THERE'LL ALWAYS BE A ROSE 

JotIsS^ JEAN MARSH GIVESFLAIR TO 'A MASTERPIECE EVENING' H 

DURHAM ACADEMY GREETS NEW HEADMASTER H 

MASTERS GOLF TOURNAMENT 

SEE M-SO GOLF u 

THORPE SCHEDULES RETURN FOR MASTERS S 

MASTERS SPOT UP FOR GRABS 3 

SlN^ 8$ TOUGH ACT TO FOLLOW 



2 9/30/1988 D 1 P P 

2 9/30/1988 D 12 P F W66 

2 10/02/1988 A 14 R W66 

2 10/04/1988 B 1 P U W15 



2 3/20/1988 C 

2 3/31/1988 B 

2 4/07/1983 D 

2 4/07/1988 D 



N C49 
N 

U C49 
P N C49 



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1/01/1988 



NELSON, URENN MASTER ILL WINDS _ 

BIG-HITTER LOVE FINDS SOFT APPROACH IS BEST 

LYLE TWO UP ON MASTERS FIELD 

ZOELLER PULLS NO PUNCHES ON AUGUSTA CONDITIONS 

HOT SCOT 

LYLE KEEPS 2-SHOT LEAD; CRENSHAW JOINS HUNT 

IN AUGUSTA, YOU'VE GOT TO PROVE YOU'RE YOU 

PLAYERS STILL HARPING ON GREENS 

LYLE AVOIDED WATERY GRAVE 

LYLE CAPTURES MASTERS TITLE 

LYLE GOT CENTER STAGE THANKS TO SOME GREAT GOLF 

MASTURBATION 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL BEHAVIOR 
POLICE LOG/THIRD ATTACK REPORTED IN DAVIS LIBRARY 

"MATCHBOOK" POLITICAL CAMPAIGN (APRIL, 1980) 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 

MATERNITY BENEFITS 
SEE PREGNANCY 

MATERNITY LEAVE 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 
BEWARE DEMOCRATIC MACHINE 

MATHEMATICS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MATHEMATICS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS ^^ 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE EDUCATION KETUORK 

SUMMER PROGRAM APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED 

MATH PROFESSOR AT UNC AWARDED SLOAN FELLOWSHIP 

SCIENCE AND MATH SCHOOL ENTRY BEATS THE OLD COLLEGE TRY 

MATH SCHOOL STUDENTS SET PRECEDENT 

DON'T SET GOALS TOO LOW 

STUDENTS TO COMPETE IN MATH CONTEST 

MATH LECTURES SLATED AT DUKE 

SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAM GETS GRANT __ 

10 UNIVERSITIES OFFERING TEACHERS OUTREACH COURSES „. AraifW „ n 

COMPUTERS TO PLAY DIFFERENT ROLE IN SCHOOLS OF 2000, TEACHERS TOLD 

2 YOUTHS PLACE IN MATH CONTEST 

SHE PRACTICES WHAT SHE TEACHES: STUDY! 

MATRIX BRASS QUINTET „ 

QUINTET TO GIVE CONCERT TUESDAY IN MORRISVILLE 

^ TT ^Mi^TRm A T0 STEEF AILING BUSINESSES FROM HALLS OF FAILURE... 

MAUPIN. TAYLOR, ELLIS AND ADAMS (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

TRIANGLE LAW FIRMS WILL MERGE t „ tt _ 

TRAVEL AGENTS IN CAROLINAS SEND AID TO STORM VICTIMS 

MAURICE J. KOURY NATATORIUM 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, SWIMMING POOLS 

MAURITANIA 

PEACE CORPS LED CORBIN TO STATE DEPARTMENT CAREER 

MAX FACTOR AND CO. 

INVENTORY TAX REPEAL BOOSTS STATE ECONOMY 

MAXICAREHEALTHAMERICA N.C. 

MOST TAR HEEL HMOS LOST MONEY LAST YEAR 

BLUE CROSS PULLOUT LEAVES THOUSANDS WITHOUT HMO 

MAXICARE WITHDRAWS BID TO OFFER STATE tCALTH PLAN 

MAXIMA CORP. 

BLACKS TOLD HARD WORK KEY TO SUCCESS 



INDEX BY 


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S 


1/24/89 
I T 




N 


E 


E 


L Y 




P 


D 


—DATE — C -PG L P BYL 




H 


2 


4/08/1988 B 


1 P N C49 




H 


2 


4/08/1988 B 


1 P U C49 




H 


2 


4/09/1988 B 


1 P N C49 




H 


2 


4/09/1988 B 


1 U C49 




H 


2 


4/10/1988 A 


1 P P 




H 


2 


4/10/1988 B 


1 P N C49 




H 


2 


4/10/1988 B 


1 U C49 




H 


2 


4/10/1988 B 


6 P N C49 




H 


2 


4/11/1988 B 


2 P U C49 




H 


2 


4/11/1988 B 


2 C N C49 


I 


H 


2 


4/12/1988 B 


2 P U C49 



CHH 1 9/28/1988 A 3 N 



H 2 6/20/1988 A 4 



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



1/21/1988 A 
3/03/1988 B 
3/26/1988 A 
3/26/1988 A 
3/30/1988 A 
4/05/1988 B 
4/28/1988 B 
5/21/1988 A 
6/03/1988 B 
6/24/1988 B 
7/23/1988 A 
10/13/1988 A 



16 
9 
1 

10 
4 

11 
6 

13 

12 
4 

10 
1 



N 

N U80 
N J40 
N 
E 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N J40 
N 
' N J40 



H 2 10/15/1988 B 5 N 

CHH 1 8/13/1988 A 1 P N M25 

S 2 9/24/1988 A 3 P U W82 

H 2 9/25/1988 B 4 N 



H 2 10/09/1988 B 7 P U H49 
H 2 1/26/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 5/07/1988 D 4 N 
S 2 6/09/1988 C 8 N 
H 2 7/02/1988 C 2 N 



CHH 1 7/30/1988 A 1 P N S17 



MAY DAY 



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MAY DAY BENEFIT SET 
MAY DAY HIKE PLANNED 
MARCH IN MAY 
DANCES OF THE WORLD 

MAY DEPARTMENT STORES COMPANY 

DUKE FUTURES PROGRAM RECEIVES *12,000 GIFT 

MAY FAIR 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DURHAM 
FOUNDATION HONORS DR. DAVIS 
SCHOOL RAISES MONEY — AND SPIRITS 

MAYHEM 

SEE VIOLENCE 

MAYO LAKE 

CORRECTION 

MAYO STREET (HILLSBOROUGH, *£>)_ „ A . u 
STATE REFUTES CATES' MAYO STREET CLAIM 

MAYt *n$S E M.NE! ILL-PREPARED, POORLY-HANDLED FOODS BREED... 

MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS „.„„,. „ ™^- Tr< - 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., MAYOR'S OFFICE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS „_„.„ 
CANDIDATES FILE CAMPAIGN FUND REPORTS 

^ YOR MAYORS* SEEKING STRATEGY TO KEEP AMTRAK SERVICE 
MAYORS DISCUSS CITIES' PROBLEMS 
PAY HIKE HMD EVEN AREASCALE 
TRIANGLE LEADERS FORM HOME AGENCY _ 
THREETCIANGLE MAYORS UNITE IN HOUSING PROJECT 

MAYORS, U.S. _ 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, MAYORS _ _ 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C.,MAYOR»S OFFICE 

SH ALSO NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BLACK MAYORS 

THEY DO RETURN TO DURHAM „.,„.,„ 

SUPPLY AND DEMAND DICTATE DRUG TRAFFIC 

HOW MANY HUNGRY? _ „ _, 

WHAT ABOUT LIBERTY PROMISED BY PLEDGE? 

CISNEROS: A RISING STAR 

MAZATLAN, MEXICO 
SFE tf_SO MEXICO 
REAGAN STEERS CLEAR OF SHIPS THAT GO BUMP 
LEADERS SPRINT ON FOOTPRINTS OF HUMBLE START 

MEADOUBROOK MANOR 

MONEY CUT OFF TO NURSING HOME 

MEADOULANDS BUSINESS PARK ^^ 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARKS 
COUNTY OKS $66,000 FOR SEWER LINE 
1488,000 SEUER PROJECT APPROVED 
ORANGE URGED TO PROMOTE GROWTH 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 4/21/1988 D 9 N 

S 2 4/28/1988 D 10 N 

S 2 5/04/1988 A 17 P P C45 

H 3 5/06/1988 C 1 P P T37 



H 2 4/18/1988 C 2 N 



4/19/1988 A 6 P U W15 
5/10/1988 B 1 P U W15 



H 2 4/09/1988 A 12 N 

CHH 1 11/24/1988 A 1 P N R63 

H 2 8/18/1988 C 1 T F Zll 

S 2 1/14/1988 A 1 P N H70 



H 2 2/23/1988 B 

H 2 7/29/1988 A 

CHH 1 10/09/1988 A 

S 2 10/11/1988 A 

H 2 10/12/1988 B 



16 N 066 

11 N 
1 N M70 
1 P N H70 
1 N K65 



2 7/30/1988 A 

2 8/01/1988 A 

2 8/01/1988 A 

2 9/03/1988 A 

2 9/15/1988 A 



2/13/1988 A 1 P U H49 
2/14/1988 A 1 P U H49 



H 2 4/17/1988 A 16 N 



H 3 5/18/1988 C 1 
H 3 6/03/1988 C 1 
CHH 1 11/15/1988 A 1 



MEALS ON WHEELS 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 

1 ftta ^ffi'ilmCES^Ku (CHANGED TO VOLUNTEER CENTER OF GREATER DURUAM) 

SERVING THE 'LEAST OF THESE' _„ H I S^S c 

EATING PLACES FOR AGED MAY BE IMPROVED " \ %%$$% ft 

MEALS ON WHEELS NEEDS VOLUNTEERS °" 1 o^ 71 ™ 3 H 



N B81 
N R63 
N M20 



E 

N BIO 
L 



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SUBJECTS 



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MEALS ON UHEELS VOLUNTEERS SERVE REGARDLESS OF WEATHER 

HELP DELIVER MEALS 

FREE MEALS BUDGET SNAFU AVERTED 

VOLUNTEERS BRING HOT FOOD TO HOMEBOUND RESIDENTS 

MEALS ARMY D RATIONsI BAD LABELING AND A FOULED IF FISHING TRIP 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
RED MEASLES SPREAD IN ROWAN COUNTY 
FANFARE/MEASLES STOPS PLAY 

MEASURING DEVICES _ rm 

SEE ALSO SCALES (WEIGHING DEVICE) _ 

A MEASURE OF HISTORY SCHEOJLED TODAY IN HILLSBOROUGH 

MEAT 

SEE ALSO BEEF 
SEE ALSO BUTCHERING 
SEE ALSO FISH 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
SEE ALSO HOT DOGS 
SEE ALSO PORK 
SEE ALSO POULTRY 
SEE ALSO VEAL 
BACK TO BEANS 

MEAT PUPPETS (ROCK GROUP) lrrml 

THE MEAT PUPPETS - HARD-CORE DIVERSITY 
A BIG BARN BAYOU BOMB 

MEATLOAF 

DEPRESSION-ERA MEATLOAF SUITS REVIVALIST TASTES 

MEBANE, N.C. _. „ 

MAYOR: BOOTLEG LIQUOR IN MEBANE 

MEBANE'S DOGWOOD FESTIVAL SET _ m _ „ M1KM 
KU KLUX KLAN PLANNING MARCHES IN MEBANE, EFLAND ON SATURDAY 
KLAN PARADES IN ALAMANCE, HILLSBOROUGH 
MEBANE COUPLE SUES OVER USE OF PESTICIDE 

POLICE LOG/MEBANE STORE ROBBED OF «700 

POLICE LOG/MEBANE COUPLE FIND HOME RANSACKED 

KA-BOOMi CANNONS RUFFLING FEATHERS IN MEBANE_ ^ Tnw 

MEBANE MAYOR SAYS NOISE-MAKERS HELPING EASE PROBLEM WITH BIRDS 

MEBANE, GRAHAM CONSERVING WATER OTm . 

WHEN THEY TOOK THE PLUNGE, THEY FOUND A JEWEL OF A STORE 

MEBANE, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS PARADES, N.C. 
MEBANE CHRISTMAS PARADE SET FRIDAY 

MEBANE, N.C, DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

MEBANE TO HOLD MEETING THURSDAY ON TWO ISSUES 

MEBANE, N.C, HISTORY „ _„ 

MEBANE TO HOLD MEETING THURSDAY ON TWO ISSUES 

MEBANE, N.C, WATER RESOURCES 

GRAHAM, MEBANE STILL SHORT OF WATER 

MEBANE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION 

MEBANE TO HOLD MEETING THURSDAY ON TWO ISSUES 

MEBANE LUMBER CO. „_ 

MOTOR BLAMED FOR BLAZE AT MEBANE LUMBER 

MEBANE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 

SEE ALSO FIRE DEPTS., N.C, VOLUNTEER 
ALAMANCE WILL PAY TO MAN SOME FIRE STATIONS 



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

S 2 6/29/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 7/04/1988 A 4 L 

CHH 1 7/28/1988 A 3 N S63 

CHH 1 11/07/1988 A 1 P Q H90 



CHH 1 10/10/1988 A 3 U L41 



H 2 12/08/1988 B 3 N 
H 2 12/29/1988 D 3 N 



H 2 6/04/1988 A 3 N 



H 2 8/07/1988 D 4 E 



H 2 7/15/1988 D 8 P R L37 
H 2 7/29/1988 D 8 P R L37 



H 2 3/31/1988 C 2 U 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 



1/06/1988 B 
4/23/1988 C 
4/28/1988 C 
5/01/1988 B 
6/08/1988 B 
7/21/1988 A 
7/22/1988 A 
8/05/1988 A 
8/10/1988 B 
8/20/1988 C 
9/29/1988 A 



6 N 

3 N H60 
6 N W27 
1 P N M10 



N 
N 
N 

N H60 
N H60 
N 
U L41 



H 2 12/01/1988 C 3 N H60 

H 1 2/27/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 2/27/1988 C 1 N H60 

H 1 8/23/1988 B 1 N H60 

H 1 2/27/1988 C 1 N H60 

CHH 1 8/20/1988 A 3 N 

H 1 5/18/1988 C 1 N 



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-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



^£E ALSO AUTO REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 
SEE ALSO SERVICE STATIONS „ An „,„ 

BELTS, COOLANT MAY KEEP YOUR CAR GOING 

MECHANICS AND FARMERS BANK (DURHAM, N.C.) 
BANKER WORKED HIS WAY UP _ 

EF8&^mm££™ BALLPARK KVELOPMENT 
SMALL HfilNESS ASSOCIATION HONORS STATE SEN. ROYALL 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY, N.C. 
2 DOLE DELEGATES LOSE 

KcH grffiKSS STANDARD IN COURTROOMS 

^rS^^^^^icrik IN N.C. 

MECKLENBURG EYES HIGHWAY BONDS 
N.C. HAZARDOUS WASTE UP 38X 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
MINORITY OFFICE MAY BE REVIVED 

MECKLENBURG MAXIMUM SECURITY PRISON 

03NVICTED KILLER DIES IN VA. ELECTRIC CHAIR 

MEDAIR 

SEE MEDICAL AIR OPERATION 

MEDALS 

^bTO^K™ *TER C^TURE IN PHILIPPINES 

***$&£%£ iSf^l NEW OWNERS PLAN CHNGES 

MEDIA 

SEE MAGAZINES 
SEE NEWS MEDIA 
SEE NEWSPAPERS, 
SEE NEWSPAPERS, 
SEE NEWSPAPERS, 
SEE NEWSPAPERS, 
SEE RADIO 
SEE TELEVISION 

ralA M£MAaNERAL BOARD REJECTS 2 UNITS IDEA 

^SeFaLSO AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASOTCIATION 
SFE M_SO DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER, ORANGE COUNTY 
DURHAM DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER TAKES ON DIVORCE 
LBTCRS, FARM ADVOCATES DEBATEMEDIATION PLAN 
ARBITRATION STUDY TO BE FINANCED WITH ♦lS^OOO GIFT 
VOLuffi POOR ENRICHES UORTrfuESS CHECK PROGRAM 
VIETNAM BIRTHED DISPUTE CENTER 

MEDICAID _ r „ 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, COSTS 

^vK KK ^X^HIGHER MEDICAID SPENDING 

K^A^NG^ &ID, INSp<CE PATIENTS 
STEPS EYED TO CUT INFANT MORTALITY RATE 



DURHAM 

N?cT^SEE*ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
U.S. 



H 2 7/20/1988 B 9 N C47 



H 2 2/02/198S D 6 P F 

S 2 10/20/1988 A 1 M N H70 

H 2 10/21/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 10/30/1988 B 8 N 



H 2 3/06/1988 B 1 N 

S 2 6/01/1988 C 3 N 

H 2 6/14/1988 A 10 N 

S 2 6/14/1988 A 9 N 

H 2 8/18/1988 A 17 N 

H 2 8/18/1988 C 5 N 

S 2 9/16/1988 C 6 N 



H 2 8/17/1988 B 7 N 



H 1 4/16/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 7/01/1988 B 12 N 
H 2 8/28/1988 B 4 N 

S 2 9/06/1988 C 1 N W82 



H 2 5/29/1988 C 13 N 



H 2 1/04/1988 A 

H 2 2/09/1988 B 

H 2 4/13/1988 C 

H 2 10/16/1988 B 

CHH 1 10/24/1988 A 



1 N S82 

1 N L40 

2 N 

1 P N S82 
1 P Q S12 



2 3/08/1988 B 
2 3/16/1988 A 
2 4/17/1988 A 
2 8/21/1988 A 
2 11/23/1988 D 



10 

5 

16 

14 

4 



N 
N 
N 

N C60 
H 



MEDICAID FRAUD 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 



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MOTIONS WOULD BLOCK DATA ON OGUGUA'S ALIEN STATUS 
MRS. OGUGUA WINS 1ST ROUND AT COURT (CARING 
LAWYERS: OGUGUA DIDN'T DESERVE PRISON TERM 
FORMER BRUNSWICK DOCTOR SENTENCED FOR MEDICARE FRAUD 

MEDICAL AIR OPERATION _ 

SEE ALSO AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE m 

SEE ALSO AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTERS 
SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, HELICOPTER SERVICE 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
IT'S A BIRD, IT'S A PLANE ... NO, IT'S UNC DOCTORS 

MEDICAL CARE, COSTS 

SEE HEALTH CARE, COSTS 

MEDICAL EDUCATION «»« 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE __ 

SEE ALSO EAST CAROLINA UNIV. MEDICAL SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO NURSING SCHOOLS, N.C. „ „„. 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPB. HILL SCHOOL F MEDICINE 
SURVEY? MEDICAL STUDENTS VALUE FAMILIES OVER INCOME 
GLAXO HELPS MED STUDENTS SPECIALI2E (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-2-88) 
GLAXO EFFORT AIDS MEDICAL STUDENTS 
WORKSHOPS TO HELP DUKE MED STUDENTS CHOOSE FIELD 
CONFERENCE SET ON NURSE EDUCATION _ " „ 
DROP IN MEDICAL SCHOOL APPLICANTS PUZZLES OFFICIALS 
4 MEDICAL SCHOOLS IN STATE RECEIVING FEWER APPLICATIONS 
FUND CUTBACK REDUCES RURAL AREA DOCTOR POOL ^^ 
DURHAM SITE FOR REGIONAL VA MEDICAL EDUCATION CENTER 
VA CENTER TO PUMP $5.6 MILLION INTO ECONOMY-CHAMBER'S HAYS 
VA CENTER PAY, ROOM USE TO NET $5 MILLION FOR CITY 
WHITEHEAD LECTURER PLAYS TO FULL HOUSE 
MED SCHOOL DROP HASN'T HURT UNC 
TOP DOC SAYS MEDICS READY FOR ANYTHING 
POSSIBLY A LITTLE HYPERBOLE IN BOTH CASES 
RRttR FIRM GETS AWARD 

STAGE READINGS AIMED AT BRIDGING GAP BETWEEN DOCTORS, PATIENTS 
DUKE, THREE OTHER UNIVERSITIES IN PHYSICIAN-SCIENTIST PROGRAM 
DUKE DOCTOR'S NICKEL BETS CHALLENGE STUDENTS TO EXCEL 

MEDICAL EMERGENCY SERVICE 

SEE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 

SEE ALSO LITHOTRIPTER __ 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 
SEE ALSO SCANNERS (MEDICAL EQUIPMENT) 

MRI SERVICES OK'D FOR COUNTY JGENERAL „_„„ 

LOW TEMPERATURES IMPROVE MINUTE MEASUREMENTS 

DUKE GETS OK TO TEST ARTERIAL 'ROTO-ROOTER' m ^ i „„,„„ PT1U 

PROCESS PATENTED BY UNC WOULD ALLOW X-RAYS TO BE TAKEN WITHOUT... FILM 

n k"C TFCTTWP KTTiNPY CTftfJT MATUTMC' 

WORKING TO SAVE BABIES; NCMH WANTS A MACHINE THAT COULD HELP SAVE... 
DOCTOR: TRANSPLANTS COULD SAVE PATIENTS - IF NCMH HAD PROCESS 
WAITING FOR THE CRUSHER; NCMH WANTS TO SMASH ITS GALLSTONE PROBLEMS 

MEDICAL ETHICS 

SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 

SEE ALSO HUMAN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO QUALITY OF LIFE (HEALTH) 

SEE ALSO TEST TUBE BABY 

SCIENCE LEAPS AHEAD; ETHICS LAG BEHIND iumijmjl 

PUBLIC ATTITUDES CALLED 'BITTER PILLS' FOR DOCTORS 

PEDIATRICIAN BATTLES WITH AIDS ETHICS 

DAVIS STRESSES SERVICE ETHICS 

CONFIDENTIALITY ASIDE, AMA URGES AIDS ALERT 

QUESTIONS OF LIFE AND DEATH _ 

HOSPITAL PANEL DEBATES LIFE-SUPPORT SYSTEMS 



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E L Y 

-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 4/29/1988 C 5 N B53 

S 2 5/02/1988 B 1 N B53 

S 2 5/03/1988 C 1 N B53 

H 2 8/24/1988 B 7 N 



CHH 1 10/20/1988 A 8 P N 



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



1/29/1988 B 
2/01/1988 A 
2/02/1988 A 
4/01/1988 A 
4/09/1988 C 
5/16/1988 C 
7/14/1988 B 
7/26/1988 A 
8/16/1988 A 
8/17/1988 B 
8/17/1988 C 
8/18/1988 A 
8/26/1988 A 
8/28/1988 D 
8/28/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/17/1988 
11/17/1988 
12/31/1988 



H 
H 
H 
S 

H 

CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



S 

H 

CHH 

S 

H 

CHH 

S 



1/14/1988 B 

1/18/1988 A 

1/22/1988 C 

2/06/1988 B 

2/07/1988 B 

. 11/13/1988 A 

1 11/14/1988 A 

1 11/20/1988 A 



8 
1 
3 
1 
4 
1 
2 
4 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
4 
1 
c 
8 
1 



N C60 
N W82 
N 

N W82 
N 
N 

N C60 
E 

N N36 
N N36 
N U82 
N S17 
N B21 
F G09 
E 

N U82 
N 

N D80 
N M06 



N C60 
N D80 
N D80 
N 

N C60 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 



3/19/1988 C 
6/22/1988 B 
6/27/1988 A 
6/30/1988 A 
7/01/1988 A 
7/11/1988 A 
9/24/1988 A 



N W82 
N 

N B81 
' N 
N 
N 
N H65 



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HOSPITAL TARGETS BIOETHICS ISSUES 

MEDICAL EXAMINER 
SEE ALSO AUTOPSIES 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY MEDICAL EXAMINER 
SEE ALSO FORENSIC MEDICINE ^ 
SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS 
SEE ALSO N.C. OFFICE OF CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER 
MEDICAL EXAMINER SAYS MANY DEATHS ARE PREVENTABLE 
FOX REVIEWING RETORT ON DOCTOR „___ 
FORMER CHATHAM MEDICAL EXAMINER IS INDICTED 
DENTAL RECORDS IDENTIFY BODIES AS BANE, HAYES 
DENTAL RECORDS IDENTIFY BODIES AS BANE, HAYES 
DEALING WITH DEATH - SCIENTIFICALLY 

MEDICAL FEES _ 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, COSTS 

SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, U.S., SALARIES 

SOME DOCTORS DROP CONTRACTS UITH STATE HMO 

SURGEON INDICTED 

DON'T BLAME THE PHYSICIANS 

READER'S RESPONSE ABUSIVE 

MEDICAL ILLUSTRATORS 

ARTIST CHANGES MIND ON ASSASSINATION 

MEDICAL IMAGE DISPLAY RESEARCH GROUP 

BETTER BODY PICTURES GOAL Of UNC GRANT 

UNC TO USE M.2 MILLION GRANT TO HELP DOCTORS 

MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS 
SEE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 



•SEE' BETTER 



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



BYL 



CHH 1 10/28/1988 A 3 N S17 



MEDICAL INSURANCE 

SEE HEALTH INSURANCE 

MEDICAL LABORATORIES _ 

HEAVY WORKLOADS PLAGUE CANCER TESTS 

RTI STUDY! UP TO 31X OF DRUG TESTS IN ERROR 

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE INSURANCE 

s£ Ls¥pwctS E obstetrician IN PERSON CO. CLOSES OFFICE 
GENERAL HOSPITAL EXPECTS MALPRACTICE INSURANCE COST HIKE 
INSURANCE HIKE MIGHT NOT AFFECT PATIENTS 
HOSPITALS JOIN INSURANCE POOL 

ra SEE^£soHm I ulIV^ I MEDICAL CENTER, MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 
SEE ALSO LAWSUIT DAMAGE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO N^ME^I* HOSPITAL, MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

S ^ S DOCTTjl R GRCUPS PROPOSES TAKING MALPRACTICE SUITS AWAY FROM COURTS 

N.C. LAWYERS CRITICIZE AMA PLAN 

MALPRACTICE SUIT FILED AGAINST FAYETTEVILLE DOCTOR 

AMA PROPOSAL SMUG; ABA TOO TRANSPARENT 

APPEALS COURT ORDERS TRIAL ON LAWSUIT 

SURGEON SAYS FATAL ERROR 'DEVASTATING FOR EVERYONE INVOLVED* 

SUIT AGAINST DUKE, BRESSLER SCHEDULED FOR TRIAL MAY 2 

HOUSE OKS SUITS FOR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE IN MILITARY 

LET MISTREATED GIS SUE, TOO ^^ .„ 

EX-SOLDIER FILES MALPRACTICE SUIT AFTER 2 SONS DIE ^^^ „___. 

SIWIci5^« critical, GETTING WORSE 
CEREBRAL PALSY VICTIM TO GET $40 MILLION 
*1.03 MILLION JUDGMENT UPHELD IN BIRTH-DEFECTS LAWSUIT 
DUKE, COUPLE SETTLE LAWSUIT; NO SUM GIVEN 



CHH 1 



1/14/1988 
4/09/1988 
5/17/1988 
7/12/1988 
7/12/1988 
7/20/1988 



10 



N 
N 
N W27 

N M25 
N M70 

1 N M25 



H 2 3/11/1988 C 12 N 

H 1 10/01/1988 C 3 N 

H 2 10/05/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 10/10/1988 A 4 L 



CHH 1 11/22/1988 A 1 P N M70 



S 2 6/13/1988 A 1 N H02 
CHH 1 6/14/1988 A 1 P N K65 



2 8/08/1988 B 1 
2 9/23/1988 C 5 



S 2 6/02/1988 A 1 N H02 

H 2 9/17/1988 C 1 N C60 

S 2 9/17/1988 C 1 N M06 

H 2 10/02/1988 B 5 N 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



1/14/1988 C 
1/14/1988 C 
1/28/1988 B 
1/29/1988 A 
2/03/1988 B 
2/08/1988 B 
2/18/1988 B 
2/21/1988 A 
2/23/1988 A 
3/30/1988 C 
5/09/1988 B 
6/15/1988 A 
6/17/1988 A 
7/11/1988 B 
7/21/1988 A 
8/03/1988 B 
8/15/1988 C 



6 
6 
6 
4 
8 
1 
3 

15 
4 
2 
1 
1 

10 
1 

15 
1 
1 



N 
N 
N 
E 
N 
N 
H 
I N 
E 
N 
N 

N H90 
N 
N 
N 

N S82 
N B53 



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SUBJECTS 



SETTLEMENT MADE IN SUIT _ „ „,„ 

UNC DOCTORS NAMED IN MALPRACTICE SUIT 

GENERAL HOSPITAL EXPECTS MALPRACTICE INSURANCE COST HIKE 

LONG HAILS STUDY Of MALPRACTICE CLAIMS IN N.C. 

onnrju ^» bsu™ 

^TyHWWW tg'Sb N.C. BILL ON PARENTAL CONSENT ABORTION 
THE HYPOCRITICAL OATH 

MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ACADEMIC-INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH „_,^ An „, 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 

SEE ALSO BRAIN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO CANCER RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DNA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DU^UNwfMEDICAL CENTER, BEHAVORIAL MEDICINE RESEARCH CENTER 

SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO HUMAN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO IMMUNIZATIONS 

SEE ALSO MARIJUANA.HEDICAL USE 

SEE ALSO NOBEL PRIZE FOR MEDICINE 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO SCIENCE, RESEARCH 

LOU TEMPERATURES IMPROVE MINUTE MEASUREMENTS 
GLAXO GENEROSITY WILL AID MEDICAL RESEARCH 
WOMEN NEEDED FOR ANKLE STUDY 

UNC SEEKS VOLUNTEERS „„„» „ AT ^ 

STUDY PROBES HOW EATING CAN AFFECT DISEASE RATES 

DUKE SEEKS PEOPLE WITH OPTIC NEURITIS FOR NATIONAL STUDY 

DUKE EXPERIMENT MAY AID CANCER PATIENTS 

GROWTH FACTOR MAY PLAY ROLE IN DEATH FROH LUNG DISEASES 

MILD THYROID DISORDER LINKED TO DEPRESSION BY UNC STUDY 

DUKE PSYCHIATRIST RECEIVES GRANT FOR STUDY OF TWINS AND ALZHEIMER'S 

NEW TAY SACHS SOURCE DISCOVERED AT UNC 

ELECTROCONVULSIVE THERAPY GOES BETTER WITH COKE— STUDY 

RfUttN RRAY QTTF FOR STUDY 

^COLLIDER PROPOSAL'S MEDICAL AID PLAN UNIQUE (CORRECTED 7-30-88) 

UNC STUDY! PATIENTS WOULD REPEAT CARE ^^ 

LEGISLATOR SAYS DISCOVERY OF 157 N.C. FETUSES PROVES LAW NEEDED 

BOWMAN GRAY SCIENTISTS LINK HERPES, AIDS VIRUSES 

UNC RESEARCHERS CLONE GENE RESPONSIBLE FOR PNEUMONIA 

VA HOPES TO HELP VETERANS THROUGH NIGHTMARES 

SPINAL CORD RESEARCHERS TO SHARE AWARD __ 

SPHINX SYMBOL APPEALS TO BIOTECH RESEARCHERS 

DUKEl THREOTHER UNIVERSITIES IN PHYSICIAN-SCIENTIST PROGRAM 

VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT FOR MEDICAL STUDIES 

DUKE ONE OF 15 PARTICIPANTS IN NATIONAL KIDNEY DISEASE STUDY 

RESEARCHERS STUDYING MICROBUBBLES 

MEDICAL SCHOOLS, FEDERAL AID 

SEE DUKE UNIV. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
SEE FEDERAL AID-TO-EDUCATION 

SEE MEDICAL EDUCATION nnm , 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGISTS _ 

SEE N.C. SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

MEDICARE 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, COSTS 

SEE ALSO PEER REVIEW ORGANIZATIONS u 

FOUNDER OF SELF-HELF GROUP PUSHES FEDERAL LEGISLATION 

COUNT THE COSTS FIRST 

LEAVE IT TO THE PROS 



N 
P 

H 

CHH 
H 

H 

H 
H 



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8/16/1988 B 

9/09/1988 A 

9/17/1988 C 

10/06/1988 A 

10/19/1988 A 

12/24/1988 D 



8 
2 
1 

17 

18 

4 



N 

N R63 
N C60 
H 
N 
N 



H 2 5/09/1988 B 1 N 
H 2 5/14/1988 A 4 L 



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 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/18/1988 A 
1/18/1988 A 
1/21/1988 A 
1/21/1988 B 
4/10/1988 C 
4/21/1988 D 
4/22/1988 A 
4/28/1988 C 
5/12/1988 A 
6/16/1988 B 
6/20/1988 B 
7/06/1988 B 
7/06/1988 B 
7/27/1988 A 
8/12/1988 
8/23/1988 
8/24/1988 
9/01/1988 
9/11/1988 
11/06/1988 
11/13/1988 
11/17/1988 
11/23/1988 
12/12/1988 B 
12/31/1988 C 



11 
4 

16 
4 
4 

11 

11 
6 

12 
2 
1 
6 
7 
1 
1 
6 

11 
7 
1 

19 
1 
8 

7 
4 



N D80 
E 
N 
N 

N K65 
N 
N 
N 

N U80 
N C60 
N 
N 
N 
1 N C60 
N 
N 
N 

N U80 
N C60 
N 

N K65 
N D80 
N 

N D80 
N 



S 2 1/06/1988 C 10 N 
H 2 3/10/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 3/14/1988 A 4 E 



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MONEY CUT OFF TO NURSING HOME _„„„ 

MEDICARE PAYMENTS NEED CLOSER SCRUTINY 

PRUDENTIAL TO CUT MEDICARE CLAIMS SERVICE 

SENIOR CITIZBC SHOULDN'T PAY FOR AIDS VICTIMS' MEDICAL CARE 

N.C. SEEKS TO RESOLVE BATTLE OVER EYE CARE 

MEDICARE MOVE EXPECTED TO GO EASY FOR TAR HEELS 

BLUE CROSS, BLUE SHIELD SLICED HOSPITALOUTLAY 

FORMER BRUNSWICK DOCTOR SENTENCED FOR MEDICARE FRAUD 

MEDICARE SURTAX ' SCAPEGOAT ING' SENIORS 

DON'T BLAME THE PHYSICIANS 

REAGANOMICS HURTS ELDERLY ^ 

NEW MEDICARE LAW CATASTROPHE FOR ELDERLY 

MED I CARE * CASE'S Y-CASE 

i^feg^K K^'^Vs. AREAS CHOSEN... 

FttK SaiALlEO^ITfcWNGES ON APPEALS SPARK CONCERN IN N.C. 
RbThOME CARE CERTIFIED FOR MEDICARE REIMBURSEMENT 
SOME DURHAM MEDICARE RECIPIENTS GET FREE FLU SHOT 
FREE FLU SHOTS BENEFIT OF COST EFFECTIVENESS STUDY 

MEDICARE, COSTS 

^S^^tfwi™ F^ING MEDICARE PROFITS 
MEDICARE PAYMENTS NEED CLOSER SCRUTINY 

MEWC »efflc«ncra solve minor problems 

MEDICINES 

SEE FOLK MEDICINE 

SEE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES 

SEE PRESCRIPTION DRUGS 

MEDITATION 

GURU'S DISCIPLE SPREADS THE WORD 
SPIRITUALITY MEETS SOCIAL ACTION 

IGTI S OLD BUSINESS? ANY NEW BUSINESS? ANY BUSINESS BEING HERE?' 



MELANOMA 

SEE ALSO SKIN CANCER 
MELANOMA VACCINE TESTS START | 



DUKE AMONG HOSPITALS USED IN... TRIALS 



^^G^ND^EN FOR TWO GROUP HOMES FOR RETARDED 

^ QD SAV0YA^ T PLAN REUNION; NUREYEV COMING CLOSE 
CARRBORO 'ALIENS* ENTERTAIN 

«LOTRAMA^ll^ OUT* W R.E.M. 'THRILLED i TERRIFIED' 
>EGAD.' FINALLY SOME GENUINE MELODRAMA IS HERE 
'EGAD!' MELODRAMA SO GOOD YOU FORGET TO BOO 

DRAGONS DO EXIST „„.«.„ 

THEATER FOR CHILDREN DEBUTS SATURDAY 

MELODRAMA^ 'DRAGON' SHOW IGNITKWARMRESPONSE 

MELODRAMA THEATER PRESENTS MEMORABLE 'FANTASTICKS' 

ELLIS GIVES MUTE DEPTH TO 'FANTASTICKS' 

MaODRAMA THEATER PRODUCTION OF WOODY ALLEN'S 'PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM* 

MELODRAMA'S 'PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM* APPEALING, WITTY 

VpLAY IT AGAIN, SAM' IMAGINATIVE, SKILLFUL, FUNNY 

'VANITIES' OFFERS EDGY LAUGHS WITH PERVERSE GUSTO _ 

FLAWED PLAY, ABLE ACTING MARK MELODRAMA'S FIRST SHOW OF SEASON 

LITTLE BIG 'MOTHER GOOSE' BULLWINKLE-ISH AMUSEMENT 



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10/11/1988 
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H 2 1/14/1988 B 1 P N N36 
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2/16/1988 

2/18/1988 

2/19/1988 

3/03/1988 

3/04/1988 

3/10/1988 

4/05/1988 B 

4/21/1988 D 

4/29/1988 D 

5/10/1988 B 

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CALLIE WARNER, ROBERT GRIFFIN, SINGING TOM WAITS REVUE AT MELODRAMA,., 

LITTLE BIG MELODRAMA 

'TINTYPES' POINTED, TUNEFUL ENTERTAINMENT 

PLANT, POOKAH, 'PEANUTS': TRIANGLE'S THEATER WEEK 

MELODRAMA STAGES BENEFIT 

'HARVEY' CHARMING, BUT NOT ALL IT COULD BE 

MIXOF AC™STYLES MARS MELODRAMA'S PRODUCTION OF 'HARVEY' 

DURHAM THEATER GETS GUEST FROM RALEIGH __ 

FARCE 'FAVORITE' FUN, FRESH BUT FINISHES FEEBLY m 

'Maj>YELLOW» NAME TAGS ARE AFFIXED IN GOOD HUMOR 

MELODRAMA CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY WITH A FUNNY 'GOD'S FAVORITE' 

HEATERS PLANNING A FEW CHANGES FOR THE NEW YEAR 

MEMORIAL DAY _^„ Mf 
SEE ALSO CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY 
SEE ALSO PEACE OFFICERS MEMORIAL DAY 
SEE ALSO WAR HEMORIALS _ wmTm 

MEMORIAL DAY BEGINS DANGEROUS DRIVING PERIOD 

POLICE BRACE FOR HOLIDAY WEEKEND 

COUNTY, SCHOOLS, BANKS KT DAY OFF 

AMERICAN LEGION PLANS MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE 

TROOPER 'WOLFPACKS' TO PROWL N.C. ROADS 

BUCKLING UP IMPORTANT FOR HOLIDAY DRIVING 

OFFICES TO BE CLOSED 

CLOSINGS SET FOR HOLIDAY ON MONDAY 

NO HOLIDAY FOR POLICE 

A DAY FOR FLOWERS 

MEMORIAL DAY MEMENTO SPEAKS OF COMPASSION FROM FAR AWAY 

A DAY TO REMEMBER VALUES WE STAND— AND FALL— FOR 

MEMORIAL SERVICES HELD ACROSS N.C. 

GUILFORD MAN'S BODY BEING RETURNED HOME 

HEAT WON'T SHORTEN STUDENTS' DAYS 

HfWTftTNfi THE SACRIFICE 

HOLIDAY WEEKEND'S HIGHWAY DEATH TOLL 11 IN NORTH CAROLINA 

SERVICEMEN NOT FORGOTTEN 

HOLIDAY FOR ALL WARS 

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

SEE N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

MEMORIES OF ME (FILM) 

ONE HAS PUNCH, ONE STRIKES OUT 

wrunpY 

DUKE STUDENTS ASKED TO RECALL BEATLES LYRICS 

MEN 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL MEN'S GROUP 
SUPPORT GROUP TRIES TO HELP MEN REGAIN INTIMACY 
fCOSBY' GIVES MALES BUM RAP, CHAPEL HILL MAN SAYS 

MENHADEN 

SEE ALSO FISH , 

TEAM TO STUDY PAMLICO RIVER WOES 

^ShPaLSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 

SEE ALSO SPINAL MENINGITIS ^^ nTr 

EX-SOLDIER FILES MALPRACTICE SUIT AFTER 2 SONS DIE 

MENNONITES 

SEE ALSO MORAVIANS _ , „ m 

TEXANS WILL SHOWCASE SECOND WOMAN KEYNOTER 

THE MEN'S CENTER OF DURHAM 
SEE ALSO SUPPORT GROUPS 
SUPPORT GROUP FORMS FOR MEN ONLY 

MEN'S CLUBS 

SEE ALSO PRIVATE CLUBS 



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2 10/14/1988 D 
2 11/04/1988 D 
2 11/10/1988 D 
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2 11/24/1988 D 
2 11/29/1988 B 
2 12/04/1988 E 
2 12/05/1988 A 
2 12/08/1988 D 
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5/26/1988 

5/26/1988 

5/26/1988 

5/27/1988 

5/27/1988 

5/28/1988 

5/28/1988 

5/28/1988 

5/30/1988 

5/30/1988 

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5/31/1988 B 

5/31/1988 B 

5/31/1988 A 

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CHH 1 8/29/1988 A 1 P N S17 



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H 2 3/30/1988 C 2 N 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



KIWANIS CLUB OF CHAPEL HILL INDUCTS WOMAN 

HOW TO BECOME ONE OF THE GUYS 

DEFENSE OF HALE-ONLY CLUB UNWARRANTED 

NO) FEMALE CLUB MEMBERS TREAD IN NO WOMAN'S LAND 

UOHAN JOINS ROTARY CLUB 

MEN'S FASHION ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO FASHION SHOWS 

JULIAN SLATED AT FASHION SYMPOSIUM 

n&ssneup d» classic styles father could love 

DESIGNER ALE&RJUUAN: A 'COLOURS-FUL' PHILOSOPHER 

JULIAN FINDS AESTHETICS ARE A MUST 

STITCHING TIES SAVES CASH 

PARIS FASHIONS FOR THE SPRINGTIME 



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4/17/198S D 
4/18/1988 A 
6/07/1988 A 
6/21/1988 B 



17 N 080 
5 U G33 
4 L 
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12 P N C44 



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MENTAL COMMITMENT HEARINGS 
SEE COMMITMENT HEARINGS 

^^^SEE ALsVaLAMANCE/CASUELL COUNTIES MENTAL HEALTH AGENCY 
SEE ALSO ANGER 
OFF ii Tl MJXIFTY 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA HEALTH AND HUMOR ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH DEPT. 

SEE ALSO CHILD PSYCHIATRY 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN. EM0TI0NAL1YDISTURBED 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, DURHAM^DEPRESSION 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, N.C., DEPRESSION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COMMUNITY GUIDANCE OJNIC 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH BTJARD 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 

SEE ALSO INSANITY PLEAS 

SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR CENTAL «ALTH 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO 0RANGE7PERSON/CHATHAM MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 

SEE ALSO PHOBIAS 

^ClT^pJySMfSSf^TsHRTER FOR HOMELESS OK'D 

FEDERAL PRISON SENTENCE DISPTOPORTIONATE 
DURHAM GETS LOW MARKS FOR MENTAL HEALTH CARE 

KEF&f ISSct SS KNTAL HEALTH, SAY ADVOCATES AFTER REPORT 

K may mew cKity housing for adults who are mentally retarded 

^SEE" SM SySaL KA.TH ASSOCIATION 

MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS 

SEE ALSO COMMITMENT HEARINGS 

%JITire C S^ E ffiTE € HOSPITALS WRONGLY COMMITTING MINORS TO PSYCHIATRIC. H 

court: guilty plea warrants new jury a 

PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS* NEEDS CITED " 

MENTAL HOSPITALS _„ A , „ 
SEE MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS 

KENTAL ILLNESS __ 
SEE ALSO ANTI-DEPRESSANTS 
SEE ALSO ANXIETY 
SEE ALSO AUTISM 

!I 8H8 ^NE^^SS* ** REFERRAL SERVICE) 

1 H N^I^^ Wy ILL 
SEE ALSO OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER 



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4/07/1988 B 
6/19/1988 E 
7/03/1988 E 
7/06/1988 A 
9/16/1988 A 
10/14/1988 A 



1/05/1988 C 
3/20/1988 E 
8/19/1988 A 
9/14/1988 A 
9/15/1988 A 
9/15/1988 C 
11/25/1988 B 



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F S56 
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N S56 
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N S51 
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N H65 
N H65 
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2 9/26/1988 C 1 

1 12/09/1988 A 9 

2 12/21/1988 B 7 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1788 



SUBJE 



SEE ALSO PSYCHOTHERAPY 
SEE ALSO SCHIZOPHRENIA 
SEE ALSO STRESS m 

COUNCIL ASKED TO HELP BUY SHELTER 

VIOLENT? NX? S |^TAL P INMATES GROWING PROBLEM-OFFICIALS 

VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT FOR TEST DEPRESSION TREATMENT „„„„,- 

JOB PROGRAM HELPS HANDICAPPED FIND SELF-WORTH, INDEPENDENCE 

DEFENDANT FOUND NOT COMPETENT TO STAND TRIAL FOR DOUBLE MURDER 

MAN FOUND INCOMPETENT TO FACE MURDER CHARGE 

FOUNDATION DENIES GRANT FOR MENTALLY ILL 

MAN HELD INCOMPETENT TO STAND TRIAL 

MYTHBUSTING COUPLE TAKES CHARGE OF LIVES 

ALLIANCE FOR MENTALLY ILL HONORS MILLER FOR LAU 

RULING ON COMMITTING MINORS UPHELD r „^ rrl<m 

UMSTEAD HOSPITAL PATIENT'S ESCAPE BEING INVESTIGATED _ T „ Al „ mm 

APPELLATE RULING ON YOUNG MENTAL PATIENTS 'SCARY,' SOME OFFICIALS SAY 

ELECTROCONVULSIVE THERAPY GOES BETTER WITH COKE— STUDY 

NIGHTMARE IN DURHAM: FELON WITH A GUN 

WfiXUUIUNt ffiVoR SENDING LETTER THREATS TO REAGAN 
MENTAL THERAPY NO STIGfW m , virw 

MORE RESEARCH NEEDED IN MENTAL ILLNESS „_ 

MENTAL HEALTH BOARD SETS CAP TO EASE BURDEN ON THERAPISTS 
LAWMAKER RAPS CONDITIONS FOR MENTALLY ILL PRISOCRS 
JAILED SLAYING SUSPECT LOST IN 2 1/2-YEAR SHUFFLE „_„ mr „ 
MENTAL HEALTH EXPERTS URGE STATE PROGRAM TO TREAT SEX OFFENDERS 
MILLIONS SUFFER FROM ANXIETY 

MENTALLY ILL ENDING UP IN PRISONS a _ 

DURHAM GETS LOW MARKS FOR MENTAL HEALTH CARE 

TIPS OFFERED FOR SMOOTHER BACK TO SCHOOL TRANSITION 

HF&g H8SSS8 ESS! IK™. SAY ADVOCATES after retort 

OFFICIALS REMARKS COMPOUND PAIN, STIGMA OF MENTAL ILLNESS 

INMATE WHO WROTE THREATS FEELS "HINCKLEY HAS BETTER DEAL 

CRITICS SAY reiVATEHOSPITALS WRONGLY COMMITTING MINORS TO PSYCHIATRIC, 

MAN LEAVES SEVERED HAND IN CLASSROOM 

MENTAL ILLNESS CAN BE BEATEN 

MENTAL HEALTH THERAPISTS SAY THEY ARE DISCOURAGED 
WAKE ESTATE SUES VA HOSPITAL — m „ „„„„ 
HOSPITAL DOCTOR APPROVED DECISION NOT TO ADMIT FARRISH 

mfwtai patients rights 

JUDGE SAYS CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF N.C, MENTALLY RETARDED ARE BEING,.. 

RETARDATION RULING MEANS 'HEALING PROCESS CAN BEGIN> n ^ Ar ,„™ 

RULING MAY MEAN COMMUNITY HOUSING FOR ADULTS WHO ARE MENTALLY RETARDED 
APPEALS COURT BACKS USE OF DRUGS ON FEDERAL MENTAL PATIENT 

MENTALLY ILL 

SEE MENTAL HEALTH 
SEE MENTAL ILLNESS 

MENTALLY RETARDED 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO AUTISM 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO COMPETENCY HEARINGS 
^E ALSO DOWN'S SYNDROME 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS r _„ nA _ 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM EXCHANGE CLUB SHELTERED WORKSHOP 
SEE ALSO EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN, N.C. 
SEE ALSO FRAGILE X SYNDROME 
SEE ALSO GROUP CARE HOMES _ „. _ _^_ 
SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS „ TTmir 
SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO RALPH SCOTT GROUP HOMES 
SEE ALSO SPECIAL OLYMPICS _ 

SOME PARENTS STILL MISUNDERSTAND DOWN'S SYNDROME 



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3/09/1988 C 


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4/05/1988 A 


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4/11/1988 A 


1 P N W82 


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2 


5/01/1988 B 


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N 


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2 


6/01/1988 A 


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N 


H 


2 


6/07/1988 B 


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N C60 


H 


2 


7/05/1988 B 


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N 582 


H 


2 


7/06/1988 B 


6 


N 


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2 


7/07/1988 A 


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N N36 


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7/28/1989 A 


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8/08/1988 A 


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N A54 


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8/31/1988 A 


6 


N 


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2 


9/05/1988 A 


11 


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2 


9/12/1988 A 


12 


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9/12/1988 C 


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9/12/1988 B 


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9/14/1988 A 


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N H65 


H 


2 


9/15/1988 B 


5 


N D80 


S 


2 


9/15/1988 A 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 


9/15/1988 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 


9/21/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


9/25/1988 B 


1 


U N36 


H 


2 


9/26/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/23/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 10/25/1988 A 


8 P F S27 


H 


2 10/29/1988 C 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 10/31/1988 A 


12 


N 


CHH 1 


12/14/1988 A 


3 


N S17 


S 


2 11/23/1988 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 11/24/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 11/25/1988 B 


12 


N 


H 


1 12/13/1988 C 


3 


N 



H 2 1/21/1988 C 11 N U80 



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SUBJECTS 



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BURLINGTON WOMAN HONORED BY EMPLOYER AND GOVERNOR 

REVIEW PANEL CLEARS TEACHER 

THANKS TO CIVIC CLUBS 

DISCUSS MENTAL RETARDATION _ 

'SUCCESS STORIES' ABOUT MENTALLY RETARDED PEOPLE APPRECIATED 

RETARDED PEOPLE NEED CARE 

MATTER OF HOME AND HEART 

JANUS HOUSE DECISION AWAITS COURT CASE 

MENTAL HEALTH AGENCY HONORS PERSON WOMAN 

DURHAM TO GET HOMES FOR MENTALLY RETARDED 

GROUND BROKEN FOR TWO GROUP HOMES FOR RETARDED 

MOTHER'S PUSH HELPED GET SERVICES FOR HANDICAPPED 

BIKER RAISES MONEY FOR RETARDATION GROUP t ^ 

JUDGE SAYS SCHOOLS NOT REQUIRED TO PROVIDE HOME SERVICES 

RATING SCALE MAY HELP SCREEN HEREDITARY RETARDATION SYNDROME 

JUDGE SAYS CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF N.C. MENTALLY RETARDED ARE BEING... 
RETARDATION RULING MEANS 'HEALING PROCESS CAN BEGIN' _ ^ An ^ 
RULING MAY MEAN COMMUNITY HOUSING FOR ADULTS WHO ARE MENTALLY RETARDED 
6,000 IN N.C. MAY HAVE FRAGILE X 

MERCE CUNNINGHAM DANCE CO. 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
CUNNINGHAM DANCERS STAND AUDIENCE ON EAR 
CUWJIN&tAH CONCOT A DELIGHT 
CUNNINGHAM TAKES UNORTHODOX APPROACH TO CREATION OF DANCE 

MERCENARIES 

SEE SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE 

KFfrfjFR UNIVERSITY 

SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION 'CRIPPLED AND DYING' 

MERCURY __ 

MERCURY FORCES FAMILY FROM HOME ^^ 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS CAUSED BY TEETH FILLINGS - SINGER 

f€RCY KILLING 
SEE DEATH 
SEE EUTHANASIA 

MEREDITH COLLEGE „_ _ nAnTr 

•CELEBRATION' REMAINS A PIECE OF PARTS „ mim , 

YOUTH PHILHARMONIC DEBUTS IN MEREDITH COLLEGE CONCERT 

TORCH RUN OPENS N.C. GAMES 

BALKY TORCH DOESN'T HAMPER CEREMONY 

5 N.C. SCHOOLS MAKE SURVEY OF TOP COLLEGES 

™PEOPLE^N™nK GOVERNOR TO PROPERTY TAX COMMISSION 

MEREDITH COLLEGE, SPEAKERS 
CARTER AT MEREDITH 

' £ra pECfLE l i i r^FES^ E Of S SURGERY AT DUKE GETS $250,000 RESEARCH GRANT 
PEOPLE; DUKE PROFESSOR NAMED DISTINGUISHED LECTURER 

MEREDITH GUEST HOUSE _ 

COOKING UP A WAY TO FIGHT HUNGER 

"MERGER ISSUE TASK FORCE" _ ^^^ 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNTY SCHOOLS, MERGER 
TWO BLACK MEMBERS ADDED TO COMMITTEE ON SCHOOLS 
FIVE PUBLIC HEARINGS ON SCHOOLS SET SUNDAY 
GROUP DISPUTES MERGER DATA 
TASK FORCE ADDS 2 BLACKS 
FEW PEOPLE TURN OUT FOR SCHOOL HEARINGS 
SCHOOL HEARINGS NOT ON MERGER 
HEARINGS ON MERGER LACK ISSUES TO DEBATE 



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S 


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H 


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H 


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H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


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2 


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3/01/1988 B 
3/09/1988 C 
3/10/1988 
3/10/1988 
4/25/1988 
4/28/1988 
5/20/1988 
5/20/1988 _ 
5/25/1988 B 
7/07/1988 C 
7/08/1988 C 
8/16/1988 B 
8/20/1988 A 
9/02/1988 C 
10/23/1988 B 
11/19/1988 A 
11/23/1988 C 
11/24/1988 A 
11/25/1988 B 
12/06/1988 C 



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N D80 

E 

N 

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S 2 7/22/1988 C 3 P R B71 
H 2 7/23/1988 C 1 P F W66 



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2 5/10/1988 B 
2 6/15/1988 B 
2 6/18/1988 C 
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9/08/1988 A 
9/12/1988 B 
9/12/1988 A 
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SCHOOL MERGER PANEL SEEKS MORE TIME 
SCHOOL STUDY GROUP WANTS LONGER TIME 

ffilK^E? Soups meet tomorrow 

T^^^GE^EoffS^T^rORCE Sgn^WgE 

MERGER TASK FORCE TO REQUEST MORE TIME TO COMPLETE REPORT 

30 TEACHERS DEVELOP MERGER QUESTIONNAIRE 

BELL TO MEET WITH SCHOOL STUDY PANEL 

UNDECIDED SCHOOL MERGER PANEL DECIDES! BLAME MEDIA 

STICK TO TASK DESPITE POLITICS, BELL URGES 

BELL URGES GROUP TO KEEP POLITICS OUT OF SCHOOL MERGER 

MERGER PASSION LIKELY WHEN ISSUES ARE AIRED 

ANSWERS TO MERGER OOTMNSNOTSOTLE^ 

COMMISSIONERS EXTEND TIME FOR MERGER REPORT 

MERGER STUDY PANEL SEEKS PUBLIC COMMENT 

MERGER GROUP SEEKS COMMENT 

DEMOCRATS SAY THEY DON'T FAVOR MERGER ^^ 
MERGER TASK FORCE SETS MEETINGS FOR NOVEMBER 
CITY SCHOOLS DENY MERGER SUPPORT 
SCHOOL MERGER PANEL NEARS END OF 2 TASKS wmmmmtmt 
MERGER TASK FORCE GROUP SCHEDULES NOV. 22 SESSION 

SCHOOL MERGER HEARING SLATED 

MERGER PANEL WANTS COMMENTS ON SCHOOLS 
MERGER TASK FORCE SEEKS COMMON GROUND 
THERE'S NO BIAS TO MERGE SCHOOLS 

WHAT ARE PROBLEMS IN OUR SCHOOLS? _ - 

A CHANGING COMMUNITY NEEDS SCHOOLS OF FUTURE _ 
RESOURCES PANEL EXAMINES COSTS OF DUPLICATED WORK 
320F 200 ATTENDING SPEAK ON MERGER AT PANEL'S HEARING 

MERGER CONCERN IS BUSING M „ 

COMMUNITY SUPPORT KEY TO HAVING GOOD SCHOOLS 
LET'S NOT DIVIDE DURHAM'S CHILDREN INTO YOURS, OURS 

MERGER GROUP PLANS ACTIVE JANUARY 

MERGER GROUP WANTS BROADER RANGE OF ADVICE 

85X OF TEACHERS ANSWER QUESTIONS FROM MERGER PANEL 

MERGER ISSUE TASK FORCE SCHEDULES MEETINGS 

MERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

SEE ALSO ANTI-TRUST SUITS „ „ 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, PROPERTY SALES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. tmmm ^^^ 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNTY GOVERNMENT MERGER 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNTY SCHOOLS, MERGER 

SEE ALSO FIRST WACHOVIA CORPORATION 

SEE ALSO LEVERAGED BUYOUTS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS/CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, MERGER 

SEE ALSO "POISON PILL" PROVISIONS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., MERGERS 

ARTS ORGANIZATIONS MERGING IN CARRBORO 

AVIATION HAS BIG N.C. YEAR 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

EDELMAN RUMORED TO WANT BLUE BELL'S PARENT COMPANY 

AMERICAN BRANDS FIGHTS TAKEOVER BID WITH OFFER rmymrne 

CHAPEL HILL NEWSPAPER SOLDi UNC TO GET PART OF PROCEEDS 

AMERICAN BRANDS FIGHT FLARES AGAIN^ 

PROTECTION URGED FOR DIRECTORS OF CORPORATIONS 

NCNB BANK BEING SUED 

AMERICAN SELLS BULL DURHAM 

MAIDEN MILL SOLD _ „ 

BULL DURHAM IS NOW JUST PART OF HISTORY 

$666.5 MILLION OFFERED FOR STEVENS 

SARA LEE BUYING ANOTHER COMPANY IN HIGH POINT 

COLORCRAFT CHAIRMAN EXPECTS TO ELIMINATE 4,000 PHOTO LAB JOBS 

COLORCRAFT TO ADD 50 WORKERS IN DURHAM 

SARA LEE PURCHASES 2 N.C. MANUFACTURERS 

CLASS ACTION SUITS FILED AGAINST STEVENS 

BUYOUT OFFER SURPRISES CHATHAM 

AMR, AVAIR AGREE TO SALE OF RDU COMMUTER SERVICE 

ATTEMPT TO BLOCK MERGER REJECTED 



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9/22/1988 B 
10/04/1988 C 
10/11/1988 C 
10/14/1988 A 
10/14/1988 A 
10/14/1988 C 
10/17/1988 B 
10/19/1988 C 
10/20/1988 C 
10/20/1988 C 
10/20/1988 A 
10/24/1988 A 
10/25/1988 A 
10/25/1988 A 
10/26/1988 A 
10/26/1988 C 
10/28/1988 C 
11/01/1988 B 
11/02/1988 A 
11/10/1988 C 
11/10/1988 C 
11/13/1988 B 
11/13/1988 D 
11/13/1988 D 
11/14/1988 A 
11/15/1988 A 
11/16/1988 A 
11/17/1988 A 
11/17/1988 C 
11/17/1988 A 
11/18/1988 A 
11/20/1988 D 
11/24/1988 C 
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1/03/1988 B 
1/07/1988 D 
1/14/1988 D 
1/22/1988 B 
1/26/1988 A 
1/26/1988 A 
1/31/1988 B 
2/03/1988 D 
2/05/1988 A 
2/07/1988 B 
2/08/1988 A 
2/09/1988 C 
2/09/1988 C 
2/09/1988 C 
2/09/1988 C 
2/11/1988 C 
2/12/1988 B 
2/17/1988 C 
2/20/1988 D 
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INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



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2 COMPANIES MERGE LOAN SERVICES 

FUQUA-KODAK MERGER ON HOLD 

TEN BIGGEST DEALS OF 1987 

OUTCOME OF FUGUA APPEAL WILL AFFECT DURHAM 

HARRIS-TEETER PLACING TO BUY BIG STAR STORES 

195 AT BIG STAR FACE LOSS OF JOBS 

BIG STAR SALE PUTS 350 AREA PEOPLE OUT OF WORK 

BIG STAR UNION MEMBERS TO PETITION FOR REHIRINGS 

BIG STAR CLOSINGS MAY REACH 50X, EXECUTIVE SAYS 

DURHAM'S BIG STAR STORES MAY REOPEN FIRST 

TRIANGLE BIG STARS MAY REOPEN FIRST 

CANDIDATES IN CHATHAM UOO BLACK VOTE 

BIDDING WAR FOR STEVENS INTENSIFIES viAmam 

AVAIR FILES PLAN FOR SALE OF ASSETS TO NASHVILLE EAGLE 

(Or PLANS TO BUY EAGLE ASSETS 

S BHJWJV g^fiX^*™*™ re*™* 

WUWUNtKUPmsKm FINISHING MERGER 

USAIR'S FUTURE IN U.S. SKIES, CHAIRMAN S AYS 
CHATHAM TEXTILE SERVICE ACCEPTS BUYOUT OFFER 

™R^°KiN £ FIGHT ? TO HALT POSSIBLE TAKEOVER OF J.P. STEVENS 

jXsTEVENS' POSSIBLE TAKEOVER EFFECTS CONCERN THORNBURG 

ANALYSTS SEE ACCORD NEAR FOR BIDDERS OF J.P. STEVENS 

STEVENS TAKEOVER PROBE UNDERWAY 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES'. WHAT'S LEFT HAD GOOD YEAR 

A YEAR AFTER TAKEOVER ATTEMPT, HOW IS BURLINGTON DOING? 

J.P. STEVENS AGREES TO « BILLION BUYOUT 

STEVENS WORKERS WONDER ABOUT THEIR FUTURE 

STEVENS BUYOUT SPREADS GLOOM IN ROANOKE RAPIDS ^ „, rAnl _ 

ODYSSEY'S INVESTMENTS DON'T ALWAYS MAKE SENSE - ON THE SURFACE 

RHODES FURNITURE AGHISTO BUYOUT 

J.P. STEVENS SUIT DROPPED— FOR A PRICE 

STEVENS BUYERS TO KEEP PLANTS OPEN 2 YEARS 

OFFERS ARE FIRST STEP IN STEVENS BREAKUP 

REAGAN IGNORING WORKERS mrrimr . ,____._. 

TAKEOVER EFFORT LEAVES TEER FUTURE UNCERTAIN 
SUIT AGAINST KODAK, FUQUA REJECTED 
FORMER BIG STAR TO OPEN 

V&'tBUHtHU PLAGUE TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

^^^II^bSSSSS^S^ BUYOUT OF *ANIFF 

S^CKT^EfcWTROL^AT PIEDMONT AS MCGEE, OTHERS LAUNCH BRANIFF BID 
SALE COMPLETE; EX-PIEDMONT EXECUTIVES TO FLY BRANIFF 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS „ mK , 

BUYOUT NOT EXPECTED TO HURT NELLO TEER CO. 

J.P. STEVENS STOCK 

BANK MERGER COULD HURT FARMERS 

^^^ftgU^J*^-^ and hekald in apex 

HANES COS. SOLD TO NEW YORK GROUP 

WHEAT, FIRST, BUTCHER & SINGER DECIDE TO JOIN 

RraJLATORS I UraERKTIMATE PROBLEMS BEFORE BANK MERGER 
RECORD BROKEN FOR BANK FAILURES IN TEXAS 
DURHAM MAN HELPS WITH NCNB TAKEOVER 
RALEIGH FIRM, ALLENTON LIKELY TO MERGE 
RALEIGH FIRM MERGING WITH ALLENTON DIVISION 
MERGER TO PRODUCE STATE'S LARGEST REALTY FIRM 
REALESTATEME^R PRODUCES DISPUTE OVER WHO'S THE BIGGEST 
HECHINGER TO PURCHASE LEASES TO 47 BRADLEES 
BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES DOES WELL, BUT FACES TOUGH TEST 

LOWE'S SET TO BLOCK BUYOUTS 

AMERICAN BRANDS REJECTS TAKEOVER OFFER FROM LEBOW 
LHSETT STOKHOLDER WANTS TO BUY AMERICAN BRANDS 
REPORTS OF BUYOUT PUSH LIGGETT, AMERICAN STOCK UP 
AMERICAN BRANDS DOESN'T WANT LIGGETT 



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SUBJECTS 



BURLINGTON A YEAR LATER! LEAN, KAN AND JUST BEGINNING 
MERGING COMPANIES APPROVE INTERSTATE-JOHNSON LANE PLAN 
KROGER TO SELL SOME ASSETS IN EFFORTS TO AVOID TAKEOVER 
ASHE NEWSPAPERS MERGE 

MERGER WON'T CHANGE CABLE TV 

BEST AGREES TO $1.1 BILLION BUYOUT BID r . ir _ 

TYSON FOODS INC. MAKES *1 BILLION OFFER FOR HOLLY FARMS 

PHILIP MORRIS OFFERING $11.5 BILLIONFOR KRAFT 

PHILIP MORRIS FLEXING ITS MUSCLE; STRONG BID FOR KRAFT... 

ANALYSTS SEE PHILIP MORRIS CLOSING IN ON KRAFT 

RJR MANAGERS CONSIDER BUYOUT FOR 117 JgLUON 

RJR NABISCO EXECS OFFER $17 BILLION FOR COMPANY 

UNLIKELY ALLIES BEHIND TAKEOVER 

TYSONFOODS RAISES OFFER TO TAKE OVER HOLLY FARMS 

ALGONQUIN BOOKS TO BE SOLD 

INTEGON BOARD OF DIRECTORS OK QFFH*_ 
CAN FOOD INDUSTRY BALANCE GIANT MERGERS? 
KRAFT SPURNS TAKEOVER ^ 

%ns s? mFaayunik **» record ™ m^ 

mKAWUIHm*mmuLwnm*... (cartoon) 

RJR'S N.C. OPERATIONS APPEAR SAFE 

KRAFT WILLING TO NEGOTIATE FOR TOP DOLLAR _ t w ^ tii 

FAILURE OF RJR NABISCO TALKS SEEN PRELUDE TO HOSTILE OFFER 

N.C. OPERATIONS PROBABLY SAFE, ANALYSTS SAY 

KROGER CO. SELLING 15 N.C. STORES 

KOHLBERG & CO. CONFIDENT IT CAN GET BUYOUT FUNDS 

KOHLBERG KRAVIS ACQUIRES RIVALS^ 

R.I. THRIFT, DURHAM S&L SEEK MERGER 

BUYOUT FIRM 'ADVISED' OF RJR NABISCO EFFORT 

cWSISy^^ IN WEOVER BIDS 

TAKEOVER ARTISTS CRACK $20 BILLION BARRIER 

PHILIP MORRIS WINS KRAFT FIGHT 

PENSION, ENDOWMENT DOLLARS FUND BUYOUT 

KRAFT TAKEOVER TO YIELD FEW CHANGES 

N.C. EMPLOYEES' FUTURE TIED TO KRAFT BUYOUT 

LEVERAGE (CARTOON) 

RJR NABISCO STIRS UP STOCKHOLDER ACTION, 

WEST POINT PEPPERELL REJECTS FARLEY OFFER 

RJR NABISCO BOSSES OFFERING $20.7 BILLION 

BID WAR FOR RJR NABISCO ESCALATES ^^ 

DIRECTORS' PANEL TO DECIDE FATE OF RJR NABISCO 
RJR NABISCO SADDLES N.C. WITH ANOTHER IN-DEBT FIRM 
RECESSION SEEN BLOW TO RJR NABISCO 

BUYOUTS THREATEN WORKERS 

RJR NABISCO DEBATES SALE BEFORE TAKEOVER 

RJR NABISCO TO ACCEPT BUYOUT BIDS UNTIL NOV. 18 

MURDOCK IS CHAIRMAN OF RJR PURCHASE GROUP 

NADER WARNS AGAINST LARGE BUYOUTS 

EX-EMPLOYEE SUES CONE MILLS CORP. __ . MMM _ 

RJR EXECUTIVES' PERSONAL GAIN IN BUYOUT MANEUVERS QUESTIONED 

BORDEN BRICK PLANS A MERGER 

FORSTMANN LITTLE SCRAPS RJR BIDDING PLAN 

TOP RJR EXECS SHARE IN 'STOCK GRAB' 

FORSTMANN WITHDRAWS BID FOR RJR NABISCO 

METROPOLITAN LIFE SUES RJR NABISCO r _ n ^ „„ 

RUMORS SAY ONE OF BIDDERS FOR RJR NABISCO MAY QUIT 

2RIVALS COMPETING FOR RJR NABISCO SUBMIT OFFERS; TERMS BELIEVED NEW 

RJR FIGHT STAKES RAISED; COMMITTEE EXTENDS BIDDING DEADLINE 

STATE FEARS BIG TAX LOSS IN SALE OF RJR NABISCO 

RJR AUCTION SENDS STOCK HIGHER 

RJR BUYOUT MAY BENEFIT CHARITIES 

FORMER BOSSES COULD RETURN TO RJR 

BAGLEY CALLS FOR INDEPENDENT PROBE OF JOHNSON'S BID FOR RJR 

TYSON RAISES ANTE IN ITS BUYOUT BID FOR HOLLY FARMS 

BREAKUP LOOMS OVER RJR NABISCO _ 

TAKEOVER MANIA IS RUNNING OUT OF CONTROL 

RESIDENTS COOL TO RJR TAKEOVER 



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9/27/1988 A 
10/07/1988 C 
10/11/1988 A 
10/11/1988 B 
10/12/1988 B 
10/18/1988 A 
10/19/1988 C 
10/20/1983 D 
10/20/1988 A 
10/21/1988 A 
10/21/1988 A 
10/22/1988 C 
10/22/1988 B 
10/23/1988 D 
10/23/1988 B 
10/24/1988 A 
10/24/1988 
10/25/1988 
10/25/1988 
10/26/1988 
10/26/1988 
10/26/1988 
10/27/1988 
10/27/1988 
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10/28/1988 C 
10/29/1988 A 
10/29/1988 A 
10/29/1988 A 
10/29/1988 A 
10/30/1988 B 
10/31/1988 A 
10/31/1988 C 
11/01/1988 B 
11/02/1988 A 
11/03/1988 A 
11/03/1988 D 
11/03/1988 D 
11/04/1988 A 
11/05/1988 B 
11/06/1988 A 
11/07/1988 C 
11/08/1988 B 
11/08/1988 A 
11/08/1988 B 
11/09/1988 C 
11/10/1988 A 
11/11/1988 B 
11/12/1988 A 
11/12/1988 
11/15/1988 
11/16/1988 
11/17/1988 
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11/18/1988 B 
11/18/1988 B 
11/19/1988 A 
11/21/1988 A 
11/21/1988 B 
11/22/1988 A 
11/22/1988 A 
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11/25/1988 A 
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EUMISTEN TO STUDY BUYOUT LEGISLATION 
PHILIP MORRIS GETS TENDERS FOR KRAFT 
PHILIP MORRIS (CARS COMPLETION OF KRAFT BUYOUT 

N r.'S QUALITY MILLS OKS RUSSELL MERGER 

RJR HOPESTHAT IT WILL FARE AS WELL AS ANOTHER KKR TARGET 
N.C. BANKS TO BOOST KRAFT BUYOUT 

^KAS^RuffiEET^ICAN BRANDS STOCK SOARING 
PIEDMONT ELECTRIC PONDERS FORMING MEGA-COOPERATIVE 

MERIDIAN BUSINESS CAMPUS ___ ^^ nABB _ 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND IB«ELDfMENT PARKS 
SHOPPING CENTER CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN 
CHAMPAGNE, JAZZ AND GRATITUDE 

S^FFECT'ffiVcKS HALLS WITH TREES, BUSHES, A FEU BOUGHS 
HEADING UP 

"flUb BUSINESS CttPUS 

^§838? lF&>OI PRINCIPALS 
HERE THEY COME 

KaMEXPANDS TO AID CHILDREN WITH EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS 
TOMORROW WILL BE 1965 ALL OVER AGAIN 

^ I R^^ATE A S D ^ffi C DlW OVER WHO'S THE BIGGEST 
2 OFFICE BUILDINGS UNDER WAY BY HALL 

MERRILL'S MARAUDERS 

SE MEMOWES°OF D MErllLL'S MARAUDERS, OLD WARRIORS WILL CONVENE FOR 42ND. 

M ™ I cl^iEAD R GIVEN FOR ONE PORTION OF HOUSING PLAN 

SWCMERRITTMILL RESIDENTS OPPOSE TEMPORARY SHELTER 
TOWN OKS MERRITT MILL TEMPORARY SHELTER 

MERRITT TRUCKING COMPANY .™— « ^ T « 

ACID SPILL FROM TRUCK SLOWS TRAFFIC ON 1-85 

*^HOME ON THE GRILL; HESQUITE HAS WAFTED ITS WAY EAST TO SUBURBIA 

' eSSI TICKEI8 TO GO ON SALE FOR MESSIAH 
MESSIAH SOLOISTS NATIONALLY KNOWN 
... AND TO ALL, A GOOD TIME 

METAL DETECTORS 

WHO KNOWS WHAT LURKS ... 

METALS 
SEE GOLD 
SEE HEAVY METALS 

^^AIRPORT SUED OVER NOISE 

^SiIIeVpW COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE 
GRANVILLE COMMISSION AWARD SEUER CONTRACT 

METAMORPHOSIS <FtAY) 

BARYSHNIKOV TO STAR AT DUKE 

BALLET STAR TO DEBUT IN THEATER 

TICKET SALES SET FOR BARYSHNIKOV DEBUT AT DUKE 



S 2 12/03/1988 C 

S 2 12/05/1988 A 

H 2 12/06/1988 A 

H 2 12/08/1988 D 

S 2 12/16/1988 A 

H 2 12/22/1988 D 

H 2 12/24/1988 A 

H 2 12/28/1988 D 

CHH 1 12/29/1988 A 



2 
2 

12 
6 

14 
4 
8 
5 
1 



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N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N N20 






H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



3/20/1988 F 
8/02/1988 A 
10/17/1988 B 
12/18/1988 D 
12/18/1988 F 



1 N 
6 P U W15 
1 P P C45 
10 P N K65 
1 P P 



2 7/01/1988 C 
2 9/06/1988 A 

1 9/07/1988 C 

2 10/31/1988 C 
2 12/27/1988 B 



1 N S92 
1 P P T37 
1 P P T37 
1 P N S92 
6 P U A76 



8/28/1988 F 
9/27/1988 A 



N C47 
M N U82 



H 2 7/15/1988 A 6 P N 



H 3 2/24/1988 C 
CHH 1 10/14/1988 A 
CHH 1 11/02/1988 A 



H 2 9/01/1988 B 
H 2 3/17/1988 C 



1 N B81 
1 N S17 
1 N M70 



1 P N A54 
1 T F S56 



H 2 10/19/1988 B 3 N 
H 2 11/05/1988 C 5 N 
H 2 11/25/1988 D 12 P F W66 



S 2 10/13/1988 C 1 P P B90 



H 2 4/20/1988 C 9 N 



S 
H 
H 



1 2/17/1988 B 
1 9/07/1988 C 



1 N T33 
1 N H60 



2 11/21/1988 A 1 P N B71 
2 11/22/1988 C 1 P N W66 
2 11/30/1988 B 16 N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



BARYSHNIKOV PLAY POPULAR , „„ Tnrp 
BARYSHNIKOV KEEPS DUKE ON ITS TOES 

S K T ftSjKE* l OVER BARYSHNIKOV FWORMANCE 
'MISHA MANIA' KEEPS PHONES RINGING IN DUKE DRAHA DEPARTMENT 

^^IRED METEOROLOGIST TO TEACH FALL COURSE 

METEORS 

SEE ALSO ASTRONOMY 
SEE ALSO PERSEIDS 

PLANETARIUM SPONSORSMETEOR SHOtg! VIEWING 

PERSEIDS METEOR SHOWER TO BRIGHTEN N.C. SKIES 

METEOR SHOWERS SPARK SKYWATCHING 

METEOR SHOWER PEAKS IN EARLY HORNING 

PLANETARIUM TO HOLD GEMINID METEOR WATCH 

METEOR SHOWER VIEWING SET 

METEORS TO BE SPOTTED 

METHADONE 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 
AMA DRUG TREATMENT PROPOSAL MAKES SENSE 

METHAMPHETAMINE 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

DURHAM MAN DIES IN VA. DRUG ARREST 
POLICE TRYING TO LEARN MORE ABOUT DRUG LAB 

MFTHANF GAS 

UNC RESEARCHER GETS $1.2 MILLION FOR EARTH STUDIES 

^^^CONFED^tFrE-ENACTMENT BAND PERFORMANCE CANCELED 
METHODIST CONFERENCE GETS BUDGET PROPOSAL 
METHODIST CONFERENCE TO CONDUCT 18 MILLION CAMPAIGN 

METHODIST COLLEGE SPORTS 

METHODIST 98, AVERETT 96 

^^^^sSST^^T OF HEAVEN IS HAVEN FOR RETIREES ^ 
CREATIVEWRITING CLASS AT METHODIST RETIREMENT HOME HAS AVID PATRONS 
METHODIST HOME TAPS ADMINISTRATOR ATTnllMlTIi 

FRIENDSHIP BLOSSOMS IN SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP .._,_. 

FIRSTARMISTICE DAY RECALLED AT RETIREMENT HOME (CORRECTED 11-22-88) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

METHODISTS 

SEE ALSO DUKE MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

SEE ALSO N.C. UNITED METHODIST CONFERENCE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

SEE ALSO TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
DUKESTUDENTS SPEND BREAK BUILDING MEXICAN CHURCH WALL 
METHODISTS TO DEBATE ROLE OF SCRIPTURE IN THEOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK 
THF BISHOP POPS OFF 

former Durham minister endorsed for methodist bishop in Michigan 
methodist bishops see hope for mideast ««•,„«- 

DURHAM METHODISTS WILL EXAMINE WESLEY'S ALDERSGATE EXPERIENCE 
METHODIST PREACHER FROM WASHINGTON DUKE CHAPEL SPEAKER 

U^TE^METWDIsl^^B^MWING HEADQUARTERS FROM RALEIGH 

STEAKHOUSE SITE OF NEW CHATHAM CHURCH 

WESTEwfN7C. METHODIST CONFERENCE DEBATES RESOLUTION ON MIDDLE EAST 

REVISED METHODIST HYMNAL HITS SOUR NOTE ^^ 

METHODIST MINISTERS GIVEN NEW ASSIGNMENTS. TO BEGIN JULY 3 

SUNDAY MORNINGS BUSY FOR PREACHING COUPLE 

UNITED METHODIST APPOINTMENTS MADE 

UNITED METHODIST REASSIGN CHURCH PASTORS 

METHODIST CONFERENCE TO ELECT SEVEN BISHOPS 



N 
P 

S 
H 
S 
S 
H 



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12/01/1988 A 
12/02/1988 C 
12/03/1988 A 
12/13/1988 C 
12/15/1988 B 



1 
3 
4 

1 P 
4 



N S92 
N A54 
E 
N 
N D80 



H 2 8/24/1988 BAN 



CHH 

S 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

S 



8/06/1988 A 
8/11/1988 B 
10/01/1988 B 
10/20/1988 A 
12/03/1988 A 
12/04/1988 D 
12/08/1988 D 



7 N 
S N 

3 C F 

2 N 

7 P N 
10 M N C60 
16 N 



H 2 6/30/1988 A 4 E 



S 2 11/25/1988 A 1 N B53 
H 2 11/27/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 2/10/1988 B 10 N U80 



H 


1 


5/04/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/17/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


6/18/1988 A 


10 


N 



H 2 12/11/1988 C 5 N 



3/04/1988 B 
3/20/1988 E 
5/28/1988 A 
6/08/1988 B 
11/11/1988 C 
11/22/1988 A 



F G59 
U H45 
N 

F G59 
N G09 
N 



S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 



3/28/1988 
4/23/1988 
4/27/1988 
4/30/1988 
4/30/1988 
5/14/1988 
5/21/1988 
5/24/1988 
6/04/1988 
6/06/1988 
6/10/1988 
6/11/1988 
6/19/1988 
6/19/1988 
6/19/1988 
6/19/1988 
7/12/1988 



1 N 

7 N A20 

4 E 

7 P N 

7 N 

9 N A20 

9 P N 
BUN 
A 9 N 
A 3 P N S63 
BUN 
C 1 N 



10 
1 
3 
1 
6 



N 
N 
N 
N 

N 



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



SUBJECTS 



METHODISTS ELECT 3 NEW BISHOPS AT CONFERENCE 

METHODISTS ELECT MORE NEW BISHOPS 

METHODIST BISHOP AFFIRMS TRADITIONAL TEACHINGS 

METHODISTS SELECT TWO MORE BISHOPS 

ELECTION OF BISHOPS BRINGS CAMPAIGNING 

NEU BISHOP HOPES TO BE ROLE MODEL 

METHODIST BISHOPS GET ASSIGNMENTS _ 

CHURCH LEADERS DIFFER ON REASONS FOR DECLINING ATTENDANCE „„„„ 

UNITED METHODIST JURISDICTIONS SHUFFLE 40 PERCENT OF THEIR BISHOPS 

DURHAM FIRM WILL. DEVELOP MATERIALS FOR W-MILLION METHODIST CAMPAIGN 

BETHEA INSTALLED AS UNITED METHODIST BISHOP 

NORWEGIAN THEOLOGIAN VISITS DUKE _ 

METHODISTS TO HOLD SPECIAL CONFERENCE 

METROPOLITAN ENFORCEMENT GROUP 

SEE ALSO U.S. DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION _ 
AGENTS SAY ILLEGAL DRUGS OFTEN MAILED TO CUSTOMERS 

METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
METROPOLITAN LIFE SUES RJR NABISCO 

METROPOLITAN LIFE SOCCER CLASSIC 
SEE ALSO SOCCER 
FANFARE/MET LIFE SOCCER 
FANFARE/MET LIFE SOCCER ___ 
SETON HALL SURVIVES PACK, DUKE TRIUMPS 
DEVILS CLASSIC CHAMPS 

METROPOLITAN OPERA 
SEE ALSO OPERA 
THE REPLAY IS WELCOME FOR MET TENOR BEST 
MUSICAL COMEDY MAKES SAVOYARD 'PIRATES' A RIOT 

METROSPORTS 
AWESOME 

MAN ATTEMPTS ROBBERY AT CLUB 
TRY AQUA AEROBICS FOR FULL WORKOUT 

THE MEWS APARTMENTS 
SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 
FIRE DESTROYS 2 DURHAM APARTMENTS __ 
ELECTRICAL FIRE DAMAGES 3 APARTMENTS 

^SEeVso'emJiEJO ESTADO DEL NORTE/THE OLD NORTH STATE 
SEE M_SO HISPANICS 
SEEDS OF PAIN BRING GROWING MINORITY TO CHATHAM COUNTY 
ILLEGAL ALIENS DIGGING UP PROOF 
ILLEGAL ALIENS DIGGING UP PROOF _ T „.„ 
PROUD HISPANICS SHUN MANY SOCIAL SERVICES 
A BARRIER OF LANGUAGE, LAW AND LIFESTYLE IN NORTH CAROLINA 

MHUNaJAL ^MMKcShYamrara HELP DIMINISH fear and confusion 

SCHOOL ROSTERS SHOWING MORE HISPANIC STUDENTS 
SPANISH IMPORTANT IN U.S. 

TEXA^TECH PRESIDENT SEEN FIRST HISPANIC IN CABINET 
MIAMI PUBLISHER RAPS U.S. CULTURAL IGNORANCE 

MEXICAN INSTITUTE OF CULTURE 

MEXICAN INSTITUTE HONORS PROFESSOR 

MEXICANA AIRLINES 

CRACKED WINDSHIELD FORCES PLANE TO LAND 

MEXICO __ 

SEE ALSO ACAPULCO, MEXICO 
SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 
SEE ALSO CANCUN, MEXICO 
SEE ALSO MAZATLAN, MEXICO 



D — DATE- 



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H 2 7/13/1988 

H 2 7/14/1988 

S 2 7/14/1988 

H 2 7/15/1988 

H 2 7/15/1988 

H 2 7/16/1988 

H 2 7/16/1988 

H 2 7/17/1988 

H 2 8/27/1988 

H 2 9/03/1988 

H 2 9/27/1988 

H 1 10/08/1988 

H 2 12/10/1988 



C 14 
B 9 



B 
A 
A 
A 14 



N 

N 

N 

N 

9 N 

14 P N 

14 N 



B 12 



N 
N 
N 

N 
N 
N 



H 2 10/01/1988 C 3 N 



H 2 7/15/1988 A 2 N 
H 2 11/18/1988 B 8 N 



H 2 9/09/1988 B 3 N 

H 2 9/10/1988 D 4 N 

H 2 9/11/1988 C 11 N F90 

H 2 9/12/1988 B 2 P N F90 



H 
H 


2 

2 


4/15/1988 D 
4/26/1988 C 


13 P F W66 
3 P R W66 


S 
S 
S 


2 
2 

2 


4/30/1988 C 
6/22/1988 A 
7/12/1988 B 


2 P P T32 
9 N 
4 P N 


s 

H 


2 
2 


8/12/1988 A 
8/13/1988 B 


1 P N B53 
3 N 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 2/28/1988 A 
2 2/29/1988 A 
2 2/29/1988 A 
2 3/01/1988 A 
2 3/02/1988 A 
2 3/03/1988 A 
2 3/04/1988 A 
2 3/15/1988 A 
2 5/21/1988 A 
2 8/10/1988 A 
2 10/12/1988 B 


1 P Q MIO 
1 Q BIO 
1 MIO 
1 P MIO 
1 P Q BIO 
1 P Q BIO 
1 P Q BIO 
4 L 
4 E 
16 P N 
9 N C47 



H 2 5/14/1988 C 1 P N K65 
H 2 1/01/1988 B 1 N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



U.S., MEXICO AGREE ON NEU FLIGHTS 

AMERICAN FILES FOR MEXICO FLIGHTS 

RBU PASSENGERS MAY SOON SAY: 'BUENOS BIAS!' 

DEACONS RECOVERING FROM MEXICAN ILLNESSES 

uTsTrePARTMENT TO DUST OFF MEXICO FLIGHT APPLICATION 

U.S^'T*LET"HuK ! ARIAN AID CONVOY CROSS INTO MEXICO 
AMERICAN STUDIES FLIGHT TO MEXICO ^ Ann 

ffisSo' BHSre^ a^lK^ 

fK SP» VhI'i^ t^south.. (C^TOON) 

«na art ^^ s ^fl% 

AMERICAN AIRLINES BEGINS MEXICO ROUTE FEB. 15 

SSS3 BPHARAnniii customs 

^^AY^Y-RaY. . .FOR I AM Tt£ PRI-T0 BANDITO. . . ■ (CARTOON> 

* ECIC RDU I FLIGHT TO MEXICO CITY SOUGHT 

MEXICOAJ.S. RELATIONS 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN RELATIONS 
MEXICAN PROF TO GIVE LECTURES^ e4S --- ~~ 
MEXICAN-U.S. RELATIONS TOPIC OF LECTURE SERIES 
REAGAN STEERS CLEAR OF SHIPS THAT GO BUMP 
LEADERS SPRINT ON FOOTPRINTS OF HUMBLE START 
MEXICAN INSTITUTE HONORS PROFESSOR 

MIAMI. FLORIDA 

SUPER MORGUE . 

MIAMI BLVD. 

WATER GUN 

NEU LANE OPENED ON MIAMI BLVD. 

MIAMI HERALD (NEWSPAPER) „ „ 

MIAMI HERALD PUBLI9CR TO GIVE TALK 

MIAMI PUBLISHER RAPS U.S. CULTURAL IGNORANCE 
FUQUA SPEECH 

MICAJAH (OUTDOOR DRAMA) 

S ^ S GR0W^TO?1uTD0^ DRAMA'S ROOTS RUN DEEP IN TAR HEEL SOIL 

MICE „ 

SEE ALSO MOUSE TRAPS 
SEE ALSO RATS 

n£SE MC^HUs! THINK THEY LIVE 3 1/2 MILES HIGH 

MICHAEL JORDAN PARKWAY 

FANFARE/JORDAN PARKWAY _ _ 
MICHAEL JORDAN PARKWAY GETS BACKHB 
BOARD SHOULD BLOCK JORDAN PARKWAY IDEA 
BOARD BENCHES MICHAEL JORDAN HIGHWAY 

MICHIGAN 

SEE ALSO DETROIT, MICHIGAN 

SEE ALSO LANSING, MICHIGAN 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF MICHIGAN 

MAKE SPEEDERS PAY _ 

BARNES: DUI LAW CAN ENDURE CHALLENGE 

SUSPECT IN N.C. DEATHS INVESTIGATED IN MICH. SLAYINGS 



-DATE- 



S 
E 
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H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



CHH 1 



2/06/1988 B 
3/02/1988 A 
3/02/1988 C 
4/17/1988 C 
5/18/1988 B 
5/26/1988 D 
6/27/1988 A 
8/11/1988 A 
8/17/1988 B 
8/18/1988 C 
8/24/1988 
8/28/1988 
9/23/1988 
10/10/1988 
11/09/1988 
11/11/1988 
12/18/1988 



6 
10 
1 
7 
2 
1 I 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
8 
1 
1 
7 
7 



PAGE1277 
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L P BYL 

N 

N R80 
N W82 
N C49 
N M97 
F B71 
L 

N W82 
N P41 
N U82 
N U32 
T R56 
N 

N W82 
N 
N 
1 N 



H 2 7/12/1988 A 4 T T C50 



H 2 9/02/1988 C 3 N 



1/31/1988 A 
2/03/1988 B 
2/13/1988 A 
2/14/1988 A 
5/14/1988 C 



13 N 
5 N 
1 P U H49 
1 P U H49 
1 P N K65 



H 2 2/06/1988 A 4 E 



2 6/15/1988 C 
2 6/28/1988 C 



2 10/07/1988 C 
2 10/12/1988 B 
2 10/12/1988 C 



1 P P K30 
1 N H02 



6 N 

9 N C47 
1 P P B90 



H 2 6/17/1988 D 12 P F W66 



1/11/1988 B 1 P P C45 
9/25/1988 B 9 N 



H 2 5/29/1988 B 10 P N 

S 2 6/09/1988 C 5 N 

S 2 6/17/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 7/09/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 1/17/1988 D 4 E 
S 2 8/03/1988 C 7 N 
H 2 12/27/1988 C 3 N 



MICHIGAN, SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

SEE UNIV. OF MICHIGAN SPORTS, 



FOOTBALL 



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SUBJECTS 



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MICHIGAN MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. _ ,,„„„„ 
MISTRIAL DECLARED AFTER 4 WEEKS OF TESTIMONY 

MICKEY MOUSE 

SEE ALSO WALT DISNEY WORLD 
BIG PARTY PLANNED FOR MICKEY MOUSE 

DURHAM YOUTHS TO PAY TRIBUTE TO MICKEY MOUSE ,^„»„ 

WISHING UPON A STAR; 10 UNDERPRIVILEGED CHILDREN FROM DURHAM HEADING... 
HE'S THE LEADER OF THE GANG... 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER OF N.C. (STATE RESEARCH FACILITY) 

SEEALSO CENTER FOR MICROELECTRONICS (GENERAL ELECTRIC-OWNED) 
SEE ALSO ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 

& C «Mffl&S BTb ttJ BILLION INVESTMENT 

MBWHHHM pSiK OF JOB 

CENTER TO HANDLE COHPUTER 

SUPERCOMPUTER TO BE IN RESEARCH PARK 

N.C. CENTER DESIGNS 1.1 MILLION-TRANSISTOR 

CONTRACT APPROVED ON SFERCOMPUTER ^ 

BOARD ASKS PRESIDENT TO REMAIN AT CENTER 

SUPERCOMPUTER HOME PLANNED ON CORNWALLIS 

alERCOW^TFjfpLANS ADVANCE; STATE AGENCY APPROVES PACTS FOR MACHINE... 

SUPERCOMPUTER PRICE TAG REMAINS SECRET 

THORNBURG! SUPERCOMPUTER INFORMATION SHOULD BE AVAILABLE 

RTP FIRM COMPLETES PURCHASE OF SUPERCOMPUTER 

SECRET CONTRACT N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER GLITCH 

SECRET CONTRACT N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER GLITCH 

SECRET COMPUTER DEAL THWARTS ACCOUNTABILITY 

N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER MYSTERY COST UNVEILED 

N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER MYSTERY COST UNVEILED 

SUPERCOMPUTER DEAL INVITES PUBLIC DISTRUST 

CRAY RESEARCH PLANS RTP MOVE 

CENTER MUM ON SUPERCOMPUTER FUNDS .^™„ m 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER REPORT DODGES COST OF SUPERCOMPUTER 
PUBLIC FUNDS LEGISLATION TO BE SOUGHT ^ 

OFFICIAL SAYS AUDIT NOT NEEDED AT MICROELECTRONICS CENTER 
supercomputer: BRINGING THE SCIENTIFIC FUTURE HOME 
EXPERTS FIND ALLURE OF SUPERCOMPUTERS IRRESISTIBLE 
MICROELECTRONICS CENTER TO ASK FOR COURT RULING 
EARLY DECISION IN RECORDS CASE NOT EXPECTED 
MICROELECTRONICS CENTER BITES HAND THAT FEEDS IT 
PANEL WANTS ACCOUNTING OF MICROELECTRONICS FUNDS 
HERALD JOINS SUIT OVER COHPUTER CENTER RECORDS 
SUN JOINS SUIT OVER RECORDS __ 
PRESIDENT LEAVES MICROELECTRONICS CENTER 
MICROELECTRONICS CENTER CHIEF RESIGNS 
MICROELECTRONICS CHIEF QUITS 
LEGISLATOR WANTS REPORTS ON FUNDS 

fflra^G^J^STlOICATIW SITE FOR N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER 

MICROGLYPHICS 

MICROGLYPHICS DEBTS TO BE PAID 

MICROSCOPES 

POLICE LOG/UNC POLICE LOOKING FOR TWO MICROSCOPES 

MTPftnUASTT NATTCWAL CORP 

nl tttK-INCINERATOR SYSTEM COULD BE ALTERNATIVE TO SEPTIC TANKS 

MICROWAVE COOKING 
SEE ALSO COOKING 
TEEN ACCUSED OF CRUELTY TO ANIMAL 

MICROWAVE LABORATORIES INC. (RALEIGH, N.C.) 



H 2 3/12/1988 B 3 N 



H 2 8/21/1988 BAN 

S 2 11/08/1988 B 10 N 

S 2 11/12/1988 C 1 N H70 

S 2 12/30/1988 C 1 P P S76 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


n 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


1 


S 


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 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/13/1988 A 
2/11/1988 C 
3/25/1988 C 
3/26/1988 A 
6/08/1988 B 
6/09/1988 A 
6/16/1988 D 
8/05/1988 C 
8/25/1988 D 
8/27/1988 C 
9/13/1988 
9/22/1988 
9/24/198S 
9/27/1988 
9/29/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/04/1988 
10/05/1988 
10/05/1988 
10/05/1988 
10/06/1988 
10/06/1988 
10/08/1988 
10/12/1988 
10/15/1988 
10/16/1988 
10/17/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/20/1988 
10/21/1988 
10/22/1988 
10/26/1988 
10/26/1988 - 
10/29/1988 B 
10/29/1988 B 
10/30/1988 B 
11/19/1988 D 
11/27/1988 D 
12/01/1988 A 



1 
11 I 

6 

3 

1 
16 

6 

1 I 

4 

1 
18 

1 

9 

8 

1 

1 

1 

4 

1 

1 

4 

6 
10 

1 
10 

1 

1 

1 

6 

2 

4 

1 

1 

1 

3 

1 

1 

5 

13 

14 



N R53 

N M97 

N 

N 

N 046 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N K65 

N 

N 046 

N 

N 

N 

N 046 

N K65 

E 

N K65 

N L40 

E 

N K65 

N 

N R80 
' N 

N L40 

N K65 

N K65 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N A54 

N 

N 
' N 

N 

N 

N 
) N K65 



H 2 2/12/1988 B 7 N 

CHH 1 6/24/1988 A 8 P P C45 

CHH 1 10/06/1988 A 3 N 

H 2 6/13/1988 B 1 M N C60 



H 2 5/04/1988 B 3 N 



INDEX B 

12/31/1988 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL 

1/01/1988 



MICROWAVE LABORATORIES' SALES RISE 

MICR °BWRON«ENTAL HEALTH RESEARCHERS MAY EXPLORE EFFECTS OF MICROWAVES 
HOME-INCINERATOR SYSTEM COULD BE ALTERNATIVE TO SEPTIC TANKS 
JUDGE LECTURES YOUTH FOR PUTTING CAT IN MICROWAVE 

MID-ATLANTIC CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 
SEE ALSO SYMPHONIES, U.S. 
YUVAL WALDMAN'S CHAMBER HCHUSIC 
HID-ATLANTIC SPRING OPENS DUKE CONCERTS 
SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL BEGINS WITH 'SPRING' CONCERT 

MID-ATLANTIC CIRCULATION MANAGERS' ASSOCIATION 
CIRCULATION GROUP RE-ELECTS TACKNEY 
TACKNEY RE-ELECTED TO POSITION 

MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
FANFARE/FAMU FORFEIT 

^^COMPETITION, HOUSINg'mARKET CITED AS CAUSES OF BANK CLOSURE 
POLICE LOG/REWARD OFFERED IN ROBBERY 

MID-SOUTH INSURANCE COMPANY 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 
INSIDER TRADING 

MID-STATE FARMS CO. _ _ 

SEEDS OF PAIN BRING GROWING MINORITY TO CHATHAM COUNTY 
PROUD HISPANICS SHUN MANY SOCIAL SERVICES 
POULTRY WORKERS WILL VOTE ON UNION 
MID-STATE FARMS CHICKEN PLAN WORKERS REJECT UNION 
RAIN TAKES PRESSURE OFF CHATHAM 

MIDDLE AGES (HISTORICAL PERIOD) _ . mm 

MEDIEVAL TRIP; RICHLANDS CELEBRATES MIDDLE AGES WITH FLAIR 

MIDDLE DISTRICT COURTS 

SEE JUDGES, U.S., MIDDLE DISTRICT 

MIDDLE EAST 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN RELATIONS 

SEE ALSO ISRAEL 

SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF STATE 

NUCLEAR HOLOCAUST IN MIDDLE EAST POSSIBLE, SAYS EX-HOSTAGE LEVIN 

EX-HOSTAGE SAYS 'RAMBO' U.S. SHOULD TRY QUIET DIPLOMACY 

ISRAELI CONSUL GENERAL TO SPEAK ON MIDDLE EAST ISSUES AT UNC 

U.S. NEEDS ASSISTANCE TEACHING IRAN LESSON 

WESTERN N.C. METHODIST COfERENCE DEBATES RESOLUTION ON MIDDLE EAST 

GENTLEMEN... WE MAY HAVE TO OPERATE. (CARTOON) 

ARAFAT CRACKS OPEN DOOR TO MIDEAST PEACE 

MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN _ 

SEE CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 
SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOL PLAN 
SEE SCHOOLS, N.C, MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 

MIDNIGHT OIL (MUSIC GROUP) 

COLLINS' LOOSE JAM A LONG LETDOWN 

MIDNIGHT RUN (FILM) 

TWO OUT OF THREE PRETTY GOOD 

GRODIN, DENIRO MAKE 'RUN' LIGHT i LIVELY 

MIDWIFERY 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 



Y SUBJECTS 



PAGE1279 
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S I T 
E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 3/04/1988 A 6 N 



2 1/26/1988 C 
2 6/13/1988 B 
2 7/13/1988 B 



N M97 
N C60 

N S82 



H 2 5/13/1988 D 
H 2 5/24/1988 A 
S 2 5/26/1988 D 



2 10/12/1988 B 
2 10/12/1988 A 



13 P F L59 
9 R L59 
4 R C58 



10 P N 

11 P N 



2 2/19/1988 B 5 
2 10/03/1988 D 5 



CHH 1 6/28/1988 A 3 
CHH 1 8/04/1988 A 3 



N K65 
N 



H 2 5/29/1988 C 12 N 
H 2 9/11/1988 D 12 N 
H 2 12/11/1988 D 8 N 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 



2/28/1988 A 
3/01/1988 A 
3/18/1988 C 
3/20/1988 B 
8/31/1988 A 



P Q M10 
P Q M10 

N 

N 

N M25 



H 2 11/04/1988 D 10 P F C19 



1/29/1988 C 
1/29/1988 C 
3/10/1988 C 
4/19/1988 A 
6/10/1988 B 
10/21/1988 A 
12/14/1988 A 



N N36 

N B85 

N 

E 

N 

T 

E 



R56 



H 2 6/17/1988 D 2 R L37 



7/21/1988 D 
7/29/1988 D 



10 P R M06 
3 P R S66 



rrmmiurr ""■"""'-" 



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MONTHLY/ANN UAL INDEX B Y 
1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



A NEW LOOK AT HIDWIVES 

MIGRAINE 

OFF 61 90 PAIN 
MIGRAINE REMEDY MAY BE ADDICTIVE 

"^mSTeFvIEJO ESTADO Da NORTE/THE OLD NORTH STATE 
SEE ALSO FARM WORKERS 

S ^EE^0F^I^BR^Ng1rOWING MINORITY TO CHATHAM COUNTY 
ILLESAL ALIENS DIGGING UP PROOF 
ILLEGAL ALIENS DIGGING UP PROOF 

SVS §P£!«jK$Tp HEEL FISHERMEN ARE HOOKED 

PROPOSED MIGRANT HOUSING RULES DENOUNCED 

FAR^CRITICIZE MIGRANT HOUSING CODE PROPOSALS 

MOVE STUNS FARMWORKER ArjVOCAJES^^. 

MIGRANT LABOR BILL BACK IN COMMITTEE 

MIGRANT LABOR BILL COMPROMISE O^SE 

BBF JBMUK % Koi MIGRANT LABOR 

SlK SSSSISff^mB CAUGHT IN DISPUTE 
MIGRANT WORKER DROWNS 

sac nTcTfarmers BACKHIGRANT worker rules 

LIGHTNING KILLS MIGRANT WORKER , _ 

CDC FINDS HIGH AIDS RATE AMONG MIGRANTS ATTnuc 

MOST N.C. FARMERS COMPLYING UITH NEW REGULATIONS 

ALIENS FOUND IN TRUCK HEADED FOR N.C. FARM 

JUDGE DISMISSES HIT-RUN CHARGE ^GMgT jJ*YER 

DEADLINE NEARING FOR MIGRANTS TO SEEK AMNESTY 

AMNESTY EXPIRES FOR ILLEGAL MIGRANTS 

MEXICAN HIGRANT HANGS HIMSELF IN CHOWAN COUNTY 

MIGRATION 

SEE POPULATION, U.S. 

MIKE 'dURHAN M^SENTENoMVyEARS IN PRISON FOR ATTEMPTED ROBBERY 

MIKES ON MAIN QUAD 
SEE DEBATE 

THE MILAGRO BEANFIELD WAR (FILM) 

'BEANFIELD^ LOST IN TRANSLATION 

Hn SEEAS] ARMED FORCES, RESERVES 
SEE ALSO BASIC TRAINING ^^ 
SEE ALSO JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL DEFENSE 
SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL GUARD 

SEE ALSO PENTAGON „ 

SEE ALSO SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE 

He ALSO STAR WARS (MILITARY PROGRAM) 
SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF DEFENSE 

II Si 8:1: MB S^W command 

AFtK^InVfERED NIGHTMARES 
Fd^JMHI GOOD m, HARD CASH 

SdATES^ISS^-TODAY'S TOPIC! DEFENSE (CARTOON) 
MILITARY, BLACKS 



-DATE- 



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E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 2/05/1988 A 6 P F Zll 



S 2 6/15/1988 C 2 U 



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

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



2/28/1988 A 
2/29/1988 A 
2/29/1988 A 
3/24/1988 C 
5/21/1988 B 
6/03/1988 A 
6/04/1988 A 
6/18/1988 D 
6/23/1988 A 
6/24/1988 B 
6/25/1988 A 
7/01/1988 B 
7/08/1988 B 
7/09/1988 C 
7/12/1988 B 
7/12/1988 B 
7/13/1988 A 
7/14/1988 A 
8/04/1988 C 
8/12/1988 A 
9/02/1988 C 
9/20/1988 B 
10/02/1988 B 
10/13/1988 A 
11/26/1988 D 
12/01/1988 C 
12/09/1988 B 



1 P Q M10 


1 


Q BIO 


1 


Q M10 


6 


N 


5 


N 


7 


N 


18 


N 


4 


N 


13 


N 


9 


N 


11 


N 


9 


N 


9 


N 


4 


N 


9 


N 


16 


N 


V 


N 


4 T T R56 


2 


N 


14 


N 


2 


N 


4 


N 


12 


N 


15 


N 


6 


N 


8 


N 


5 


N 



H 2 3/11/1988 C 3 N S82 



H 2 5/13/1988 D 7 P R S66 



H 
H 
H 

H 
H 

CHH 
H 



3/13/1988 
3/13/1988 
4/20/1988 
4/28/1988 
6/26/1988 
7/22/1988 
10/28/1988 



F G09 
F G09 
L 
N 

F G09 
U L41 
T R56 



-LX630- 



HONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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S I T 

ME ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



SEE BLACKS, MILITARY 

MILITARY, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO DEFENSE CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL SECURITY 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION, MILITARY BUDGET 
SEE ALSO U.S., BUDGET 

UNC LOSING AIR FORCE ROTC UNIT 

CUTS ARE COSTING AIR FORCE PERSONNEL 

FRUGALITY (CARTOON) _ 

FORD SAYS DEFICIT IS FRANKENSTEIN MONSTER 

CUTBACKS TO HURT TOURISM INDUSTRY NEAR FORT BRAGG 

RESEARCH OFFICE MOVE COSTS HERE TOO HIGH 

SCANDAL IN PENTAGON NOT A PARTISAN ISSUE 

TAKING BRIBES, ER, HONORARIA 

JAPAN'S DELICATE BALANCE 

STUDY SAYS SOUTHERN STATES LAGGING IN MILITARY CONTRACTS 

CONGRESSIONAL OBSOLESCENCE 

BUSH IS THE ONE MHO'S SOFT ON DEFENSE 

DUKAKIS IS ANTI-DEFENSE 

WHERE DUKAKIS STANDS 

TRIGGERS FOR TRAGEDY 

SUNBELT GETS LESS IN DEFENSE, RESEARCH MONEY 

CLOSING MILITARY BASES LONG OVERDUE MOVE 

MILITARY CITES ITS ECONOMIC IMPACT IN NORTH CAROLINA 

N.C. FIRMS GET SLICE OF STAR WARS PIE 

PANEL'S QUIET WORK MAY AVOID POLITICS 

MILITARY, BUDGET, CUTS 

CHRISTMAS FOR TAXPAYERS 

MILITARY COURTS MARTIAL 

LEGAL ASSISTANCE OFFICE REINFORCES ARMY CONSUMER RIGHTS 

PATHOLOGIST TESTIFIES IN GRAY'S COURT-MARTIAL 

SOLDIER FOUND GUILTY OF KILLING TWO WOMEN „ „ 

SENTENCING PHASE OF COURT-MARTIAL CONTINUES FOR FORT BRAGG SOLDIER 

FORMER ARMY COOK SENTENCED TO DEATH 

SOLDIER SENTENCED TO DIE FOR MURDERING TWO WOMEN 

SAILORS TO BE COURT-MARTIALED IN STOWAWAY CASE 

MILITARY, DESERTION 

SEE DESERTION, MILITARY 

MILITARY, DRAFT 

SEE MILITARY DRAFT 

MILITARY, DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
COMMANDER OF WAR ON DRUGS: AIR FORCE EXPERIENCE WILL HELP 
SOLDIER SUES ARMY OVER DISCHARGE 
DECISION DUE ON SOLDIER'S REQUEST 
STUDY: COCAINE USE RISES AT FORT BRAGG 
FORT BRAGG DECLARES WAR ON DRUGS 

MILITARY, RECRUITING 

SEE ALSO MILITARY DRAFT _, 

STUDY ATTEMPTS TO HELP ARMY BE ALL IT CAN BE 

MILITARY, SMOKING 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO. ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN „ , 

PENTAGON CONSIDERS PLAN TO HALT SALE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS IN COMMISSARIES H 

MILITARY AID (TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES) 

FORWARD! CHARGE! BULLY!! SHOW NO QUARTER! (CARTOON) 

"OUR BASIC STRATEGY. ..IS. ..THAT ORTEGA CANNOT BE TRUSTED.. 

REP. VALENTINE COMMENDED 

DON'T CUT OFF CONTRAS 

EERIE DOUBLESPEAK 

LET'S STICK TO OUR PRINCIPLES 

THE LIBERAL LINE 



H 


2 1/29/1988 C 


1 


N L90 


H 


1 2/20/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 2/24/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 4/26/1988 C 


2 P N 


H 


1 6/17/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 6/21/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 6/22/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 6/22/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 7/04/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


1 7/26/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 8/16/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 9/16/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 9/21/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 9/26/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 9/27/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/08/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 10/14/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/20/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 10/31/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 11/17/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 6/13/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


1 1/06/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


1 3/30/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 4/08/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 4/12/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 4/12/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 4/13/1988 B 


3 P N 


S 


2 8/19/1988 C 


5 


N 



H 


? 


3/28/1988 C 


1 P N P38 


H 


2 


6/15/1988 B 


6 N 


H 


1 


6/21/1988 B 


5 N 


S 


1 


8/31/1988 A 


9 N 


H 


1 


11/08/1988 B 


12 N 



H 2 5/19/1988 C 11 N M97 



2 10/20/1988 A 10 N 





H 


? 


1/19/1988 A 


4 T T C50 


(CARTOON) 


H 


2 


1/20/1988 A 


4 T T R56 




H 


2 


1/21/1988 A 


4 L 




H 


2 


1/26/1988 A 


4 E 




H 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


4 L 




H 


?. 


1/29/1988 A 


5 L 




H 


2 


1/29/1988 A 


5 L 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



Y S U B J E 



CONTRA AID SPLITS N.C. DELEGATES DOWN PARTY LINE 
SOUTHS DEMOCRATS SEEN AS THE KEY TOCONTRA AID 
REP VALENTINE IS UNOPPOSED FOR 4TH TERM 
PROTESTERS MARCH OUTSIDE NEWSPAPER 
GOAL Of CONTRA AID IS PEACE WITH LIBERTY 

CWGR£Ss1ffi RESUMES OF WAR AND GIVE PEACE A CHANCE 

reagan unfaithful 
public opposes aid 

valentine 5 Support rebels- humanitarian aid 

N.C. DELEGATION SPLITS ON CONTRA AID 

KnIT^AnW^GUISE FOR MORE CONTRA VIOLATIONS 
SOVIET THREAT REAL IN LATIN AMERICA 
SANF0RD5 CLARIFY CONTRA POLICY 

MILITARY BASES, INJTOATIONAL 

SHIELD AGAINST MISCHIEF __ ,,_ __ 
CENSUS SHOULD COUNT ONLY LEGAL CITIZENS 
CONGRESSIONAL OBSOLESCENCE 

MILITARY BASES, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC N.C. MILITARY BASES) 

bAhuuthh 

MsTaS^M 9NH» SUPPLIERS DESPITE.. 
i^J^^^S^f^'^. COUNTIES' GROWTH 

N.C. BASES NOT ON HIT LIST FOR CLOSING 

S&iciSg^'gK^ JOKSON 

MILIT WrIhaKaU UPHELD BY HIGH COURT/SURPLUS MILITARY SALES REGULATED H 
MARINES REMOVE EPLOSNES FROM JACKSONVILLE APARTMENT H 

P^ ! ma^KEPTW i DUTY BECAUSE JK*TSNg|IN6 H 

SOLDIERS STILL RESTRICTEDOVER MISSING ROCKETS " 

MARINE GETS 10 YEARS IN EXROSIVES CASE | 

700 MORE FORT BRAGG SOLDIERS CONFINED = 



c 


T S 




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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


—DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 


1/29/1988 C 


6 N 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 A 


10 N 


S 


2 


2/01/1988 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 


2/01/1988 A 


5 N 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


*1 


2/03/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


5 L 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


5 L 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


5 L 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


5 L 


S 


2 


2/04/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


1 


2/05/1988 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


2/11/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


2/12/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


•y 


2/13/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


a/03/1988 B 


5 N 






H 2 1/19/1988 A 4 E 
S 2 1/27/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 8/16/1988 A 4 E 



H 
H 
S 

s 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 



MILITARY BASES, U.S. iw „ ir _ 

CONGRESSIONAL OBSOLESCENCE mMM _ __ 
CLOSING MILITARY BASES LONG OVERDUE MOVE 
UNLESS MILITARY BASES LEECHES ON TAX MONEY 

NEITHER &lTNC« Y paiTlS T «LL HELP BASE. LANCASTER SAYS 
M q^LITARY BASESON ALERT TODAY FOR TOP-SECRET NEWS OF CLOSURES 
SEYMOUR L JDHNSONGAINS NEWFIGHTER; MARTIN THINKS BASE TO STAY 
N.C. ESCAPES MILITARY BASE CUTS 

MILITARY CHAPLAINS 

SEE ALSO CHAPLAIN CORPS. 

SE R£^RA^ S F^'SIEGE OF KHE SW GUIDES NAVY CHAPLAIN TO ENDS OF EARTH 

MILITARY DOGS 
SEE ALSO DOGS 

WVtKNUPf^ P»*MA TODAY 
MEMORIAL SOUGHT FOR DOGS OF WAR 

MILITARY DRAFT 



3/11/1988 

5/16/1988 

9/27/1988 

10/17/1988 

10/18/1988 

«. 10/28/1988 .. 

2 11/22/1988 B 

1 11/23/1988 C 

2 12/22/1988 B 
2 12/22/1988 B 
2 12/29/1988 A 
2 12/30/1988 A 
2 12/30/1988 A 



4/07/1988 B 

5/21/1988 A 

6/22/1988 

6/24/1988 

6/29/1988 

6/29/1988 

6/30/1988 

7/02/1988 

7/29/1988 

7/31/1988 



8/16/1988 

10/14/1988 

10/17/1988 

11/17/1988 

11/24/1988 

12/29/1988 

12/29/1988 B 

12/30/1988 A 



2 

2 
3 
3 
6 

13 
4 
6 
2 
4 
1 
1 

11 



1 

10 
8 

10 
8 
7 

17 
4 
3 

10 



4 
4 
4 
4 

19 
1 
2 
1 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
1 N 



N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 11/13/1988 B 9 P H D80 



H 2 4/05/1988 BUN 
S 2 4/05/1988 A 1 N 
H 2 8/12/1988 A 6 P N 



-LX630- 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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SEE ALSO DRAFT RESISTERS 

SEE ALSO MILITARY, RECRUITING . „.. wmMmr 

MANY GREENSBORO RESERVISTS SAY THEY JOINED TO AVOID THE DRAFT 

MILITARY HOSPITALS 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO MILITARY PHYSICIANS 
SEE ALSO UOMACK ARMY HOSPITAL 

HOUSE OKS SUITS FOR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE IN MILITARY 

LET MISTREATED GIS SUE. TOO _ 

EX-SOLDIER FILES MALPRACTICE SUIT AFTER 2 SONS DIE 

MILITARY MANEUVERS 
SEE ALSO WAR GAMES 
U.ST SENDING TROOPS TO HONDURAS; BATTALIONS FROM FORT BRAGG INCLUDED... 
READINESS IS ROUTINE FOR TROOPS AT BRAGG 
TROOP DEPLOYMENT OPPOSED 
FORT BRAGG-ING — TROOPS HOT TO GO _ 
LET'S HOPE TROOPS HILL BRING STABILITY 
PRESSURE POINTS (CARTOON) 
82ND AIRBORNE TROOPS ARRIVE IN HONDURAS 
SOLDIERS' FAMILIES STICKING TOGETHER 
HONDURAN JETS DOG SANDINISTA STEPS 
CHAPEL HILL PROTEST BRINGS DISPUTE HOME 
TAR HEELS' OPINIONS VARY ON DEPLOYMENT OF 82ND 
SANDINISTAS LEAVE HONDURAS, HALT FIGHTING FOR PEACE TALKS 
10 U.S. SOLDIERS INJURED IN COPTER CRASH IN HONDURAS 
NO ONE SERIOUSLY HURT IN COPTER CRASH 
TROOPS MAY LEAVE HONDURAS NEXT WEEK 
TROOPS TO LEAVE HONDURAS, SOURCES SAY 
SOLDIER'S FIRST HELICOPTER RIDE UAS FUN UNTIL... __ 
THEY ARE YOUNG, UNVANQUISHED, THE MEN OF THE 82ND AIRBORNE 

w\^MD*THE ) NICARAG^ S PEACE TALKS SUCCEED? I'LL TELL YOU... (CARTOON) 

82NTJ AIRBORNE BACK AT FORT BRAGG 

FAMILIES WELCOME 82ND BACK FROM HONDURAS 

DADS MEET BABIES ON SICILY DROP ZONE 

ABOUT 300 MARINES FLOWN TO PANAMA 

MILITARY EXERCISE STARTS 

ARMY TROOPS EXERCISE , 

FORT BRAGG SEEKS EXPANSION OF 154,160 ACRES 

SOLDIERS IN FIELD RIDE HMMWVS, EAT MRES 

4S4 WOMEN AMONG 3,000 ROTC CADETS 

PARATROOPERS GOING TO MOJAVE DESERT 

16 PARATROOPERS INJURED DURING GALLANT EAGLE 

POPE TROOPS TO BE IN EXERCISE 

CAMP LEJEUNE MARINE MISSING IN CALIF. DESERT 

MILITARY MOBILIZATION . _, mi „,„___,. 

WHY DID THE NICARAGUAN PEACE TALKS SUCCEED? I'LL TELL YOU... (CARTOON) 

MILITARY NEWS (COLUMN) 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN COMPLETE TRAINING 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN GET PROMOTIONS 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN ADVANCE 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN ADVANCE 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN ADVANCE 

AREA SERVICE MEN, WOMEN TRANSFERRED 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN EARN MEDALS, PROMOTIONS 

SERVICEMEN, WOMEN RECOGNIZE MILESTONES 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN COMPLETE TRAINING 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

SERVICEMEN FROM TRIANGLE WIN PROMOTIONS, GET APPOINTMENTS 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 



S 1 8/23/1988 A 3 N 



H 2 2/21/1988 A 15 D N 
H 2 2/23/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 3/30/1988 C 2 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 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



A 
A 
C 
A 
A 
A 
A 



3/17/1988 
3/17/1988 
3/18/1988 
3/18/1988 
3/18/1988 
3/18/1988 
3/18/1988 .. 
3/19/1988 B 
3/20/1988 A 
3/20/1988 A 
3/20/1988 A 
3/22/1988 A 
3/22/1988 B 
3/23/1988 B 
3/24/1988 D 
3/26/1988 A 
3/26/1988 C 
3/27/1988 B 
3/27/1988 B 
3/28/1988 A 
3/29/1988 
3/29/1988 
3/30/1988 
4/07/1988 
4/29/1988 
5/02/1988 
5/15/1988 - 
5/15/1988 D 
7/03/1988 C 
8/04/1988 C 
8/06/1988 A 
9/01/1988 A 
9/09/1988 B 



1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
6 

11 
1 

14 
3 
1 
3 
4 
8 
5 

12 



N 

N 

P T37 

N B81 

E 

T R56 

N 

N 

N R57 

N R71 

N G09 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

U H49 

N H49 

T R56 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

F 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



G09 



H 2 3/28/1988 A 4 T T R56 



S 2 


1/06/1988 C 


2 


N 


S 2 


1/16/1988 B 


8 


N 


S 2 


1/26/1988 A 


12 


N 


S 2 


2/16/1988 B 


7 


N 


S 2 


3/10/1988 A 


16 


N 


S 2 


3/24/1988 C 


20 


N 


S 2 


4/12/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 2 


5/05/1988 C 


J 


N 


S 2 


6/09/1988 C 


6 


N 


CHH 1 


6/27/1988 A 


6 


N 


CHH 1 


7/02/1988 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


7/10/1988 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


7/17/1988 A 


11 


N 


CHH 1 


7/19/1988 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


7/29/1988 A 


8 


N 


S 2 


8/03/1988 B 


4 


N 


CHH 1 


8/10/1988 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


8/15/1988 A 


7 


N 



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MILITARY NOTES 

S^ T SERVICeMn TAKE POSTS; CADETS FINISH TRAINING 
MILITARY NOTES 
MILITARY NOTES 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN RECEIVE HONORS, ASSIGNMENTS 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN CHANGE BASES, COMPLETE TRAINING 

SERVICDefFROM TRIANGLE GET APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS 
MILITARY NOTES 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN FINISH TRAINING, GET ASSIGNMENTS 
MILITARY NOTES 

SEWICEMENpIcEIVE ASSIGNMENTS, PROMOTIONS 

SERVICEMEN GET PROMOTIONS, APPOINTMENTS 

HT1 TTARY NOTES 

SERVICEMEN, WOMEN HONORED, PROMOTED 

TRIANGLE SERVICE MEN EARN HONORS 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN GET HONORS 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN COMPLETE BASIC TRAINING, FINISH SCHOOL 

AREA SERVICEMEN EARN PROMOTIONS 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

SERVICEMEN EARN PROMOTIONS 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY PHYSICIANS 

SEE ALSO MILITARY HOSPITALS 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, U.S. A1 ^ 1TVir 

TOP DOC SAYS MEDICS READY FOR ANYTHING 

MILITARY RESERVES r ^ m „ 
SEE ARMED FORCES, RESERVES 

MILn ^POoffiHARD' LAW UPHELD BY HIGH COURT/SURPLUS MILITARY SALES REGULATED H 

MILITARY TRAINING 

SEE ALSO BASIC TRAINING ^ it ^ m __ 

SEE ALSO ELECTRONIC WARFARE TRAINING CENTER 

FORT BRAGG SOLDIER KILLED IN TRAINING EXERCISE 

SOLDIERS' EXPLOSIVES DAMAGE HOMES 

N.C. NATIONAL GUARD PREPARES TO TRAIN IN ITALY 
STATE CONSIDERS CORRECTIONAL ^KpT CAMP 
'SHOCK PROBATION' AN S.C.SXCESS 
MARINE STILL MISSING IN EXERCISE 
SEARCH FOR MARINE TEMPORARILY HALTED 
MISSING MARINE FOUND DEAD 

SEE ALSO DAIRY FARMERS, N.C. 
^TlSAWLK FROM F^ NEAR INCINERATOR 



C T S 




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S 


I 


T 


N E E 


L Y 


P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 8/16/1988 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 8/17/1988 A 


8 


N 


S 2 8/18/1988 A 


15 


N 


CHH 1 8/20/1988 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 8/23/1988 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 8/27/1988 A 


8 


N 


S 2 8/27/1988 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 8/30/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 2 9/01/1988 A 


14 


N 


CHH 1 9/03/1988 A 


8 


N 


S 2 9/07/1988 B 


6 


N 


CHH 1 9/08/1988 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 9/14/1988 A 


8 


N 


S 2 9/14/1988 C 


3 


N 


CHH 1 9/23/1988 A 


11 


N 


CHH 1 9/28/1988 A 


8 


N 


S 2 10/03/1988 B 


5 


N 


CHH 1 10/09/1988 A 


2 


N 


S 2 10/17/1988 B 


3 


N 


CHH 1 10/19/1988 A 


8 


N 


S 2 10/21/1988 A 


15 


N 


S 2 10/25/1988 C 


5 


N 


S 2 10/28/1988 A 


6 


N 


CHH 1 10/29/1988 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 11/01/1988 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 11/02/1988 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 11/05/1988 A 


n 


N 


CHH 1 11/07/1988 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 11/09/1988 A 


a 


N 


S 2 11/10/1988 A 


12 


N 


S 2 11/17/1983 B 


8 


N 


CHH 1 11/18/1988 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 12/03/1988 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 12/07/1988 A 


a 


N 


S 2 12/08/1988 A 


12 


N 


CHH 1 12/12/1988 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 12/15/1988 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 12/17/1983 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 12/21/1983 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 12/28/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 2 8/28/1988 D 


1 


P F G09 



3 4/07/1988 B 1 N L40 



5/11/1983 B 

7/09/1983 A 

8/07/1983 B 

8/20/1988 D 

8/20/1988 C 

8/29/1988 B 

8/29/1988 B 

11/01/1983 A 

11/02/1988 A 

11/03/1988 C 



10 
9 
7 
4 
1 
5 
5 
13 
13 
8 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



H 2 1/27/1988 B 3 N 



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OLD-TIHE DAIRY FARMS VIRTUALLY OWE 
MILK MAY MAKE LIFE MISERABLE 
JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH m mmajms 
PRICE OF MILK DROPS, BUT NOT FOR CONSUMERS 
REPORT: BUYOUT LEVELED MILK PRODUCTION 
MILK SHAKE 

MILLBROOK HIGH SCHOOL (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

FAINTING INCIDENT RESULTS IN LAWSUIT 
FALCONS SMASH MILLBROOK 

MILLBROOK HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL _ AT1 „ „ Ar , TTrrn 
COACHES STRESS COMMON SENSE DURING HOT-WEATHER PRACTICES 
PRACTICE PRECAUTIONS FATALLY FLAMED 
AREA FOOTBALL COACHES GUARD AGAINST HEAT 
IS THIS THE YEAR MILLBROOK BREAKS KNIGHTS' JINX? 
AFTER 13 ATTEMPTS. CATS TURN TABLE ON KNIGHTS 
FUCHS RUN ENDS MILLBROOK FUTILITY 

MILLBROOK HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, jHLF 

MILLBROOK CLAIMS 2ND 4-A STATE GOLF CROWN 

MILLER MANUFACTURING INC, 

FIRE RIPS THROUGH COLE MILL ROAD PLANT 

FACTORY DAMAGED BY BLAZE 

FIRE-DAMAGED FIRM BACK IN BUSINESS 
FIRE DAMAGES PLANT IN DURHAM 
ARSON SUSPECTED IK FIRE AT PLANT 

MILLIONAIRE 

SEE ALSO WEALTH 
TEEN WINS MILLION DOLLARS IN MOVIE CONTEST 

MILLS 

SEE ALSO WEST POINT MILL 
TEXTILE WORKER CONTRACTS ANTHRAX FROM WOOL 

MILLS VS. MARYLAND 

SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, U.S. 
N.C.'S DEATH ROW INMATES MAY FACE RESENTENCING 
LAWYERS DISAGREE ON RULE'S IMPACT ON DEATH ROW _ „„„.„. 
N.C. SUPREME COURT TO RE-€XAMINE DEATH-PENALTY SENTENCE PROCEDURE 
LAWYERS TAKE DEATH-SENTENCE POLICY TO SUPREME COURT 

MILTON, N.C. 

ROOM AT THE INN 

MIME 

SEE ALSO TOUCH MIME TRIO 
STREET MIME SET TODAY BY WITNESS FOR PEACE 

MIND WINDOWS (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) __ _ T „ „ „,„, 
MACHINE-INDUCED INTEGRATION; STAR CHAMBER ATTEMPTS TO JOIN... 

MINERAL SPRINGS VILLAGE 

BOARD DEADLOCKS ON MOBILE HOMES 

MINES (EXPLOSIVE DEVICES) 
SEE ALSO BOMBS 
SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 
U.S. NEEDS ASSISTANCE TEACHING IRAN LESSON 

MINI-SOCIETY 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, CURRICULUM 

MINIATURES 

LET'S GET SMALL 

MINIMUM SECURITY PRISONS 

SEE PRISONS, N.C, MINIMUM SECURITY 



N 
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H 
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3/10/1988 A 
5/18/1988 A 
6/02/1988 C 
6/05/1988 B 
6/10/1988 C 
6/15/1988 A 



19 

7 

1 P 
12 
16 

1 P 



Zll 



R63 



1 5/06/1988 C 

2 10/19/1988 D 



1 N 

2 P N G44 



CHH 

CHH 

H 

S 

H 

S 



8/17/1988 A 
8/19/1988 A 
8/20/1988 A 
9/01/1988 B 
9/03/1988 D 
9/03/1988 B 



N B21 
E 

N N36 
U G44 
N C68 
N 644 



H 2 5/25/1988 B 2 P N M98 



s 


? 


3/18/1988 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


7 


3/19/1988 C 


1 P N A54 


s 


7 


3/19/1988 C 


1 N M06 


H 


1 


3/19/1988 C 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 C 


12 N 



S 2 4/06/1988 A 2 N 



H 2 4/14/1988 B 8 N 



H 2 6/11/1988 A 1 N 

S 2 6/14/1988 C 4 N 

H 2 6/16/1988 C 7 N 

S 2 11/30/1988 C 10 N 



H 2 1/10/1988 E 1 P F H45 

H 2 10/01/1988 C 4 N 

CHH 1 8/10/1988 A 1 P N Vll 

H 2 6/08/1988 B 1 N A54 

S 2 4/19/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 7/28/1988 C 1 T F S56 



. tMHUUllUiimiHiJMI 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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MINIMUM WAGE SCALE 

SEE ALSO COST OF LIMING 

SEE ALSO LABOR LAWS 

SEE ALSO WAGES, N.C. -Mll _ 1 _ 

MINIMUM WAGE HIKE ALTERNATIVE 

EXPERTS STILL DISAGREE ON MINIMUM UAGE 

WAGE RISE WON'T HELP IF JOBS ARE ELIMINATED 

RURAL BUS DWVERSANGERED AT MAKING LESS THAN AVERAGE 

RAISE MINIMUM, CUT SERVICE 

THE SHUNNED COMPROMISE 

MIN SEE ALSO CHATHAM COAL CO, 
SEE ALSO COAL 
SEE ALSO COAL MINING 
SEE ALSO GOLD MINE 
SEE ALSO N.C. MINING COMMISSION 
MINING PERMIT SOUGHT 

MINISTERS, BLACK 

S ^™TCTCOT A SAY C RAnSM S pROBABLY CONTRIBUTED TO SCHOOL'S PROBLEMS 
BraWTBLLS ^Att^^E»TESTK&HELP THEIR FELLOW MAN 
BISHOP: BLACK CHURCHES NEED STRONG LEADERSHIP 

^SEE^MNTACT DURHAM^ s INC. (CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM) 

1 II SeStIMi&AL ALLIANCE OF NRHAN 
SEE ALSO URBAN MINISTRIES CENTER 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, MINISTERS ^„ 

CHURCHES NOT BALING ^CANDIDATES 

MINISTERS TO LEAD VIGIL FOR BOREN 

&U3SS&S $ S^ & IN MICHIGAN 
THE ERUDITE OLD FAITHFUL 
RELIGION HAWKERS! LOWER THE VOLUME 
BOB MOHRt COMMUNITY BRIDGE mrnt „ v 

HR SK &8T&S ' Wke new job 

SlIrSSIl^^^ISTS, TO BEGIN JULY 3 

FoK ^IALSERVICE ^TEDIONESDAY, FUNERAL IN ABERDEEN 

MINISTERS, N.C. _„„,„ 
SEE ALSO CATHOLIC PRIESTS, 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, MINISTERS 
SEE ALSO ROANOKE BIBLE COLLEGE 

VUhflnH ORDI^TION OF GAYS 

MlNia T SAY^I^r4M E CO^B^ TO SCHOOL'S PROBLEMS 
ffic?M^TESTI/ra WOSOTION WITNESS HELPED KILL MINISTER 
MINISTER TO BIKERS FITS RIGHT IN SCENE 

ELEMEWARY^STUDENtS PREACHING ™ FRONT OF SCHOOL 

REGANS ASTROLOGY REPORT UPSETS SOME PASTORS 
PREACHER-POLITICIANS DISCUSS DUAL ROLE 

KdIST*MINISTeI GIKN NEWASSIGfWENTS, TO BEGIN JULY 3 
SUNDAY MORNINGS BUSY FOR PREACHING COUPLE 



H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



6/08/1988 
6/25/1988 
7/11/1988 
9/10/1988 
9/20/1988 
10/04/1988 



L 

N D22 

E 

N 

E 

E 



H 2 8/04/1988 D 4 N 



H 1 3/01/1988 B 1 N K65 
H 2 7/28/1988 C ON ^ 
H 2 10/22/1988 C 1 P N J04 



s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



A 
C 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



3/04/1988 
3/07/1988 
4/16/1988 
4/16/1988 
4/30/1988 
5/05/1988 
5/12/1988 
5/13/1988 
5/13/1988 
5/30/1988 B 
5/31/1988 A 
6/19/1988 A 
6/19/1988 B 
6/25/1988 A 
7/09/1988 
10/01/1988 
10/02/1988 
12/24/1988 
12/24/1988 



N B85 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

L 

E 

L 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N B12 

F A20 

N D80 





s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/23/1988 A 
2/26/1988 B 
3/01/1988 B 
3/11/1988 B 
3/29/1988 C 
4/09/1988 A 
4/23/1988 C 
5/11/1988 A 
5/24/1988 A 
5/28/1988 B 
6/19/1988 A 
6/19/1988 B 



1 


N 


11 


N 


1 


N K65 


5 


N 


5 


N 


6 


N 


3 


N 


10 


N 


5 


J on 


4 


N 


10 


N 


1 


N 



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P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 6/19/1988 A 
CHH 1 6/19/1988 A 
CHH 1 7/04/1988 A 
H 2 7/13/1988 A 
H 2 8/25/1988 D 
H 2 9/01/1988 D 
S 2 10/04/1988 A 
H 2 10/29/1988 C 


3 
4 

1 
1 
4 
6 
9 
3 


N 

L 

N M25 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 4/18/1988 C 3 N 

H 2 4/22/1988 A 11 N 

H 2 9/07/1988 B 3 N 

H 2 12/09/1988 A 15 N 



H 2 8/28/1988 D 4 E 
H 2 12/18/1988 C 1 N 



UNITED HETHODIST APPOINTMENTS MADE __ 

RELIGIOUS DOGMA CONTRARY TO TOW'S SOUL 

BAPTISTS GRAPPLE WITH CONSERVATIVE DECREES 

METHODISTS ELECT 3 NEW BISHOPS AT CONFERENCE _ 

AUTHOR SAYS DISILLUSIONMENT, NOT STRESS, 'BURNS OUT' PASTORS 

LAST TEMPTATION OF CHRIST OPENS FRIDAY; CLERGY UPSET 

FEU JOBS OPEN TO WOMEN MINISTERS _ 

MINISTER SAYS RAKESSES EXHIBIT USED TO PROMOTE PAGANISM 

MINISTERS, N.C., UNETHICAL CONDUCT a _ 
CHURCH EMPLOYEES FACE TAX-EVASION CHARGES 

WIFE OF MINISTER DESCRIBES ANGER AT WATCHING HIS SECOND 'WEDDING- 
MINISTER IS BARRED FROM PRISONS PENDING INVESTIGATION BY SBI 
FORMER MINISTER GETS PRISON TERM 

MINISTERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO CATHOLIC PRIESTS 
SEE ALSO CHAPLAIN CORPS. 
SEE ALSO MILITARY CHAPLAINS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, MINISTERS 
IS BURNOUT A COPOUT? 

M ™ IS bK Sr'sAYs'pTL SCANDAL CREATES MORE TV EVANGELISM SCRUTINY 

MINNESOTA 

APPEALS COURT RULES CIGARETTE PACK WARNINGS NO BAR TO CLAIMS H 1 5/04/1988 A 

CIGARETTE PACK WARNINGS DON'T BAR CLAIMS, APPEALS COURT RULES H 2 5/04/1988 A 

100 PERCENT VOTER REGISTRATION GOAL OF 'OPERATION CITIZENSHIP' H 2 8/16/1988 B 

CHAMBER WANTS 100X VOTER REGISTRATION f 2 8/16/1988 B 

SCHOOL CHOICE PROMOTES COMPETITION 8 2 8/18/1988 A 

MINNESOTA STILL TOPS, BUT COUNTY CLOSES GAP S 2 11/02/1988 C 

MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIVy> MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE ALSO LEADERSHIP EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IN BUSINESS INC. 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) nm „ OBB r 

FORMER UNC PROFESSOR SAYS IT'S TIME TO ASK WHAT SCHOOLS ARE ALL ABOUT H 2 2/27/1988 C 

MINORITY BUSINESS GROUP HEARS MARTIN H 2 3/21/1988 B 

PLEDGING HELP S 2 3/30/1988 A 

H^nTcTbANKERS' MISSION IS PROGRESS _ H 2 4/23/1988 A 

ORANGE WANTS AIDS PROGRAM GEARED TOWARD MINORITIES CHH 1 6/23/1988 A 

MICHAUXS DIFFERENT AMERICAS STILL EXIST H 2 J/29/1988 A 

MINORITY CONSULTING COMPANY OPENS H 2 8/07/1988 B 

NEWLIFEGUARDPROGWM^S SlTS AMONG NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTHS CHH 1 8/07/1988 A 

RffORTt DEMOCRATS TRAIL GOVERNOR'S DEPARTMENTS IN BUYING FROM MINORITIES H 2 g/08/1988 B 

BROWN URGES HIRING MORE MINORITIES S 2 8/11/1988 A 

MINORITY OFFICE MAY BE REVIVED H 2 8/17/1988 B 

MINORITY CONSULTING FIRM H 2 8/29/1988 A 

PANEL'S CHAIRMAN SAYS MANY CURRENT CIVIL RIGHTS POLICIES HAVE FAILED H 2 9/14/1988 ft 

SPEAKER GIVES FORMULA FOR MINORITY SUCCESS p* 1 }0/?9/198J A 

NAACP THREATENS RADIO LICENSE CHALLENGES CHH 1 10/22/1988 A 

NOMINORITIES! WELL, HECK^SUREWEnf GOT MINORITIES! . . . (CARTOON) H 2 11/20/1988 D 

MINORITY ADOPTION IS VICTIM OF RUMOR - SOCIAL WORKER CHH 1 11/21/1988 A 

MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C., MINORITY ADMISSIONS __ 

SEE ALSO UNIV, OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL. MINORITY ADMISSIONS ,,„,„«„ 

MOTIVATED POOR YOUTHS TAUGHT TO *THINK COLLEGE' H 2 1/04/1988 

FUQ% UNC SEEK MINORITIES g 2 1/18/1988 

UNC BEATS THE ODDS -sH 2 2/21/1988 

STATE STUDENTS SEEK CHANGES TO INCREASE BLACK GRADUATION RATE TA 2 2/27/1988 
UNC-CHAPEL HILL NEEDS TO DO MORE TO HELP BLACKS GRADUATE, GROUP SAYS H 2 3/02/1988 
UNC OFFICIALS RESPOND TO BLACKS' COMPLAINTS H 2 3/19/1988 

BLACK STUDENT LEADER CLAIMS VICTORY AT UNC H 2 3/24/1988 B 

FAYETTEVILLE STATE OFFERS 'WARRANTY' H 2 3/26/1988 C 



N 
N 

N C47 
N H65 
J Oil 
NH65 



N J40 
N 

P L38 
N 

N H90 
N C44 
N 

N M70 
N 

N H70 
N 
L 
N 

N Vll 
N M70 
T R56 
N H90 



14 
1 
4 
7 
7 
1 
1 



N 

N U82 
E 
N 

N K65 
N L90 
N M10 



1 P N L90 



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JOURNALISM SCHOOL PICKED FOR MINORITY TRAINING PROGRAM 
UttEFOREST OKS MINORITY RECRUITING PLAN 
ENROLLMENT INCREASES IN MOSTLY BLACK SCHOOLS 

MINORITY BUSINESS WjBJPjBtr gjBCT 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

II £3 S&eS PROFESSIONAL CHAIN 
BONDING BUILDS MINORITY BARRIER 
CENTER TRIES TO EASE BONDING 

MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE RggHM 

SEE ALSO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, SMALL „__„„_ „ Tn -..___ Tnu _ - TOM e 
MORE CITY MINORITY BUSINESS CONTRACTS GO TO OUT-OF-TOWN FIRMS 
COUNCIL ASKS MAJORITY BID COSTS ________ 

CITY MINORITY ORDINANCE GETS TARDY ASSESSMENT 
MOST CITY CONTRACTS GO TO OUT-OF-TOWNERS 
MINORITY SUBCONTRACTORS SEEK MORE TIME FOR BIDS 
CLEMENT Q^STONSCONTRACT, SAYS HE'S ON BLACK 'HIT LIST- 
WOODS! INVOLVING MINORITIES COSTLY 

MINORITY CONTRACTORS _______ 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

1 ^ N^c'^sffi^'oF MINORITY BUSIES . 
SPEND TAX MONEY WISELY 
MINORITY BUSINESSES NEOIMNDING HELP ______ __, rTWK 

MORE CITY MINORITY BUSINESS CONTRACTS GO TO OUT-OF-TOWN FIRMS 
COUNTY cMlSSIWERSPASS ORDINANCE CONTAINING -SERIOUS FLAWS- 
COUNCIL ASKS MAJORITY BID COSTS _______ 

COMMISSIONERS MADE MISTAKES WITH NEW JHMI NANCE 

CITY MINORITY ORDINANCE GETS TARDY ASSESSMENT 

MfKT CITY CONTRACTS GO TO OUT-OF-TOWNERS 

OVER HALF OF CITY 5 ! BUSINESS GOING TO OUT-OF-TOWN FIRMS 

BONDING BUILDS MINORITY BARRIER 

CENTER TRIES TO EASE BONDING _____ 

SMALL FIRMS NEED SOME BONDING BREAKS 

COMMENT ON SET-ASIDES WAS DISHONEST 

MINORITY SUBCONTRACTORS SEEK MORE TIME FOR BIDS 

ffilT?^KT^ S GO^ SlED; BOARD OKS BIIGON GARAGE 
K RPORT aK.TY ACCEPTS TAXICAB^LIMCUS I NE ORDINANCE 
MINORITY, WOMEN'S SUPPORT OF CIVIC CENTER FALLING SHORT 

Z^J^&^f^HDO™ BUSINESS VENTURES 

K^DSfs ft&raiffiS DEPARTMENTS INBUYING FROM MINORITIES 
MINORITIES ISSUE POSTPONES CAMPUS HILLS CENTER ACTION 
WOODS? INVOLVING MINORITIES COSTLY 
ARE CONTRACTORS- QUOTAS REALISTIC? 

contractor: campus HILLS goals too high 

MINORITY HIGH SCHOOL APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO XB TRAINING _ „___._ 

STUDENTS JOIN IN APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM 

UNC DENTAL SCHOOL HOSTS STUDENTS 

MINORITY VOTERS ____, ___ M __ 1 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, VOTER REGISTRATION 

ffl,^ ffKaiRS FOR 5 OXIDATES 

MINORITY-WOMEN BUSINESS ENTERPRISE 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, BUSINESSES 
CENTER TRIES TO EASE BONDING 



S 
S 
H 
S 

s 

S 

s 



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H 2 4/13/1988 C 7 N 
S 2 4/30/1988 A 8 N 
S 2 8/17/1988 A 5 N 



4/08/1988 A 
4/08/1988 A 



3/14/1988 
3/22/1988 
3/28/1988 
3/31/1988 
4/22/1988 
5/09/1988 
12/21/1988 



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



1 N H70 
1 N H70 



1/11/1988 A 
3/14/1988 A 
3/16/1988 A 
3/21/1988 
3/22/1988 
3/26/1988 
3/28/1988 
3/31/1988 
4/01/1988 
4/08/1988 
4/08/1988 
4/14/1988 
4/22/1988 
4/22/1988 
4/28/1988 
5/18/1988 B 
6/08/1988 B 
6/16/1988 A 
6/17/1988 C 
7/23/1988 B 
7/28/1988 B 
8/08/1988 B 
12/20/1988 A 
12/21/1988 A 
12/27/1988 A 
12/29/1988 A 



CHH 1 10/24/1988 A 
S 2 10/28/1988 A 



4 

4 

1 F 

5 

1 F 

4 

4 

1 F 

1 

1 

1 

4 

4 

1 

1 

2 

? 

1 

1 

7 

7 

1 

1 

1 

4 

1 



N H70 
N H70 
E 

N H70 
N H70 
N H70 
N H70 



L 
L 

N H70 
L 

N H70 
L 
E 

N H70 
N 

N H70 
N H70 
E 
L 

N H70 
N H70 
N R80 
N M97 
N H70 
N 

N W82 
N C44 
N 

N H70 
N H70 
E 
N H70 



9 N 
8 N 



H 1 1/20/1988 B 1 N 
H 2 3/20/1988 B 1 N 046 



S 2 4/08/1988 A 1 N H70 



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N 
P 


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




MINORITY. WHO'S SUPPORT OF CIVIC CENTER FALLING SHORT 
CITY SHORT OF GOALS ON MINORITY CONTRACTS 
CONTRACTOR! CAMPUS HILLS GOALS TOO HIGH 


S 
H 
S 


2 6/16/1988 A 1 
2 6/17/1988 C 1 
2 12/29/1988 A 1 


N H70 
N 
N H70 




MINOXIDIL 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 










SEE ALSO ROGAINE 

MINOXIDIL BOOSTS BALDNESS REMEDIES innirT 
BALD PEOPLE BRACE FOR ONSLAUGHT OF HYPE ABOUT DRUG 
DUKE STUDIES FIND HELP IN REDUCING BALDNESS 


S 
S 

s 


2 5/25/1988 A 11 
2 8/24/1988 A 14 
2 9/05/1988 A 1 


U 
U 
N U82 





MINT MUSEUM 

SEE CHARLOTTE MINT MUSEUM 

MIRACLE LEGION (MUSIC GROUP) nt mjunir 

ROPE AN ADRENALINE CHILL; PIGS SHEERENJOYMENT 
ETHERIDGE ACOUSTICS MAKE ELECTRIC EMOTION 

MIRROR ENSEMBLE 

^«$&^dt^U «** HAS 'EXIT/ TUTC-UP 
UNDER THE STREET HAS 'NO EXIT' 
MIRROR'S 'NO EXITM A DO-IT-YOURSELFER HELL 

THE MIRTH AND MISERY OF MARRIAGE (BOOK) 
IT'S 'HOW-TO' WITH TWIST 

MISCARRIAGE 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY _ _ rmm 
WOMAN'S SUn BLAMES MISCARRIAGE ON FOOD 
AWARENESS OF INFANT LOSS STRESSED 

MISCEGENATION 

. SEE RACIALLY MIXED MARRIAGES 

MISS AMERICA 

'63 MISS AMERICA TELLS OF FIGHT AGAINST STROKE 

MISS BURLINGTON PAGEANT 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C. 
MISS BURLINGTON PAGEANT TODAY AT WILLIAMS HIGH 

MISS DURHAM HIGH SCHOOL 

CROWNING GLORY AT DURHAM HIGH 

MISS HOMECOMING PAGEANT 
SEE ALSO BEAUTY CONTESTS 
JORDAN STUDENT WINS TITLE IN MISS HOMECOMING CONTEST 
FRANK TO WEAR N.C. TIARA TO HAWAII 

MISS N.C. PAGEANT 

MISS NORTH CAROLINA CONTEST OPENS 

MISS HENDERSON WINS N.C. PAGEANT 

ANOREXIA NOT PAGEANT PROBLEM, SAYS 1988 MISS NORTH CAROLINA 

NEW MISS NORTH CAROLINA TO LEARN BY DOING 

SHARON FINCH - A JOURNEY RICH WITH MEMORIES 

MISS NORTH CAROLINA USA 

DURHAM TEEN 3RD IN PAGEANT 

ENJOYING HER DAY 

MISS N.C. NATIONAL TEEN-AGER PAGEANT 
SEE TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 

MISS N.C. WHEELCHAIR PAGEANT 
SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 
HER DAYS OF DANCING AREN'T OVER __ _ T , 

MISS N.C. WHEELCHAIR PAGEANT AN INSPIRATION FOR DURHAM CONTESTANT 

MISS PIGGY 

MISS PIGGY SHOWS GOP'S LIGHT SIDE 



2 5/06/1988 D 
2 9/16/1988 D 



4 R L37 
4 P R L37 



H 2 4/05/1988 B 9 P U W66 
H 2 4/29/1988 D 9 N U66 
H 2 5/13/1988 D 11 R P10 



H 2 5/08/1988 E 3 P U H45 



H 
CHH 



1 10/13/1988 B 
1 10/24/1988 A 



CHH 1 10/22/1988 A 3 P N M20 

H 1 9/17/1988 C 1 N H60 
S 2 12/02/1988 A 14 P P S76 



H 
S 


2 
2 


3/26/1988 B 
4/01/1988 A 


2 P U S76 
11 P U S76 


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


6/24/1988 C 
6/26/1988 B 
6/27/1988 B 
6/27/1988 A 
8/07/1988 A 
8/08/1988 A 
8/08/1988 A 
10/06/1988 B 


2 N 

3 N 
5 P N 

7 N 

8 P U 
11 P P 

7 N 
2 P P S73 



6/04/1988 B 1 P N D22 
7/28/1988 B 7 P N D22 



S 2 2/05/1988 A 12 J Oil 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



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MISS TEEN-AGE DURHWCRANGE/VIAKE CONTEST 
SEE TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 

HISS WHEELCHAIR OF N.C. „ _ 

SEE MISS N.C. WHEELCHAIR PAGEANT 

"IeFaKiLD IDENTIFICATION PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO PROTECT-A-CHILD 
LOST GIRL FOUND 
BODY OF 2-YEAR-OLD FOUND 
PSYCHIC BELIEVES MISSING GIRL STILLALIVE 
MISSING 3-YEAR-OLD FOUND IN CRAWL SPACE 
KJRWAM POLICE SEARCHING FOR TWO 13-YEAR^LD GIRLS 

aStIES^EARoIiNG FOR ORANGE COUNTY TJEN-AGJR 
POLICE LOG/MISSING TEEN-AGER RETURNS TO H£R HOME 
GIRL W*0 DISAPPEARED IN JUNE STILL MISSING 
TWO MISSING SISTERS FOUND UNHARMED IN ROCKINGHAM 

MISSING^IN^CTION^ ^ ^^ ^ 

DLFWMMAY FLY FLAG FOR PRISONERS OF WAR 

BUMffWI C^ K*L FOR ROWS, HIAS 

yiETNAffiSE 7 ^ REPORTS SHE HID REMAINS Of MIA 
MAYOR, COUNCIL PRAISED ^^ 

&^^mJ^fmBjSL GREENSBORO m AMONG DEAD.. 
T^LA^OffOSES MIA EFFORTS BY GROUP THAT INCLUDES. ..HENBON 

8BH ^iJ^TO.^KLE^ FROM LAOS 

^^Sl5^WN^^fflE«^»L«S 

ACTIVISTS FOR MIAS PUT REWARD OFFERS IN MEKONG RIVER 
2 M A ACTIVISTS FROM N.C. MISSING AFTER ENTERING LAM 

uTSrF&Trl MUM jn H- ™hd 

^^IMPATIENTLY AWAIT RELEASE OF TWO AMOICANSBELD IN LAOS 
LACS FREES PA R FROM ESI WW SOUGHT MISSING SWICEMEN 
FORMER WAR PRISONER SAYS EFFORT BY TAR HEELS IN LAOS DOES HARM 
DONNA LONG PLANSTO CONTINUE WORK TO FIND MIAS 

MISSING PERSONS, CHAPEL HILL orTv 

SEE ALSO MISSING PERSONS, ORANGEMUNTY 
MISSING ELDERLY MAN FOUND AT SOUTH SQUARE 
MISSING MAN FOUND IN GOLDSBCRO 

MISSING PERSONS, OJRHAM UT ^ Tiir 

TEACHER-COACH REPORTED MISSING 
MISSING COACH'S CAR FOUND PARKED 
BASKETBALL COACH STILL MISSING 
POLICE SEEK MAN MISSING 3 WEEKS 

SVcSsSWtO%™ tfTER JCKES' BODY FOUND... 

Sna^re^t inSes ROXB0RO COACH drokd m n 
W^ WPPENEDTO ARHONM ARRINGTON^ POLICE STILL PUZZLED... 
POLICE FIND WOMAN WITH ALZHEIMER'S 
DUKE HOSPITAL PATIENT MISSING 
WOMAN MISSING FROM WARD FOUND 
MISSING PATIENT BACK IN HOSPITAL 



S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 



H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

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



4/18/1988 A 

6/01/1988 B 

7/15/1988 A 

8/31/1988 B 

9/01/1983 B 

9/03/1988 C 

10/07/1988 A 

10/18/1988 A 

11/09/1988 A 

11/29/1988 A 



6 

8 

11 

5 

3 

6 

3 

3 

16 

16 



1/03/1988 B 
1/26/198S C 
2/02/1988 B 
2/02/1988 C 
2/04/1988 C 
2/05/1988 B 
2/08/1988 A 
5/31/1988 B 
6/10/1988 A 
9/02/1988 
10/05/1988 
10/06/1988 
10/06/1983 
10/07/1988 
10/08/1983 .. 
10/09/1988 B 
10/10/1988 C 
10/16/1988 A 
10/17/1988 A 
10/18/1988 C 
10/20/1988 C 
10/22/1988 B 
10/23/1988 B 
10/25/1988 C 
10/29/1988 D 
11/13/1988 A 
11/13/1988 B 
12/03/1988 B 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



H 

H 

s 

H 
H 
H 

S 
H 

S 
S 
H 
S 

H 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N H90 

N 

N 

N 



1 P N G09 
3 N S51 
1 N S51 
1 N H70 
1 P P T37 
12 N 

L 

N 



4 
6 

11 
3 

14 

15 

15 

5 

13 

1 

1 

15 



14 P N 



7/16/1988 A 
9/21/1988 A 



2/12/1988 B 
2/19/1988 C 
2/20/1988 C 
2/23/1988 B 
3/13/1988 A 
3/14/1988 C 
3/14/1988 C 
3/15/1988 C 
4/09/1988 B 
5/24/1988 C 
6/24/1988 C 
6/24/1988 B 
6/25/1988 C 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

1 P N G09 
4 N 



N 
N R63 



1 

1 
1 
16 
1 
1 
1 

s 
1 

1 

3 
6 
3 



N 
N 
N 
N 

N M51 
N M51 
N B53 
N M51 
N B53 
N B53 
N 
N 
N 



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



SUBJE 



ELDERLY WOMAN HELPED BY POLICE TO FIND HER HOME 

DURHAM POLICE SEARCHING FOR TWO 13-YEAR-OLD GIRLS 

MISSING GIRLS FOUND 

DURHAM MAN MISSING AT DEEP RIVER 

BODY OF MISSING DURHAM MAN FOUND 

MISSING PERSONS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO DEBATE 
TWO HISSING DUCK HUNTERS FOUND 
TWO DUCK HUNTERS REPORTED MISSING 
TWO SILER CITY MEN MISSING ON PUNGO RIVER 
BODY OF MISSING MAN FOUND IN CAR 
FEW CLUES FOUND TO DISAPPEARANCE OF ELDERLY COUPLE 
SEARCHERS FIND BODIES OF ELDERLY MACON COUNTY COUPLE 
BLOODSPATTERED IN CAB OF TRACTOR IN GREENSBORO BUT TRUCKER MISSING 
MISSING TRUCKER LOCATED IN FLORIDA 
MISSING MAN GETS IN TOUCH WITH FAMILY 
MISSING MAN FOUND IN LAKE 
BODY OF RALEIGH MAN FOUND IN LAKE 
CONNECTICUT POLICE DOGS MAY SEARCH FOR N.C. BODIES 
GUILFORD MAN'S BODY FOUND AT INTERSTATE 85 REST AREA 
UMSTEAD HOSPITAL PATIENT'S ESCAPE BEING INVESTIGATED 
INVESTIGATOR SAYS UMSTEAD STAFF ACTED PROPERLY „,„«, 
OFFICIAL SAYS HOSPITAL STAFF ACTED PROPERLY IN SEARCH FOR PATIENT 

RALEIGH POLICE FIND MISSING MAN 

RALEIGH POLICE FIND MAN WITH TERMINAL CANCER 

DIVER MISSING SOUTH OF BEAUFORT INLET 

N.C. MAN GOING TO STORE IS FOUND 300 MILES AWAY 

FATHER AND DAUGHTER REUNITE AFTER 21 YEARS 

MINISTER'S BODY FOUND 

MISSING A WEEK, PREACHER FOUND DEAD 

DURHAM MAN MISSING AT DEEP RIVER 

BODY OF MISSING DURHAM MAN FOUND 

HIKER, 25, STILL LOST IN MOUNTAINS 

SEARCH FOR MISSING HIKER CALLED OFF 

REWARD TOTALS $1,000 FOR TIPS ON MISSING MAN 

ALAMANCE SQUAD TO RESUME HUNT FOR MAN 

HISSING MAN FINDS SEARCHERS 

LAWMEN SEARCH FOR MISSING WOMAN 

MISSING ROMAN MAN FOUND BY DEER HUNTER 

MARS HILL POLICE SEEK HELP IN SOLVING DISAPPEARANCE 

POLICE ARE STILL HUNTING ABDUCTED NEW BERN WOMAN 

BODY OF MISSING WOMAN FOUND IN CREEK 

MISSING PERSONS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO MISSING PERSONS, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. _ 

MISSING WOMAN'S FATHER RECEIVES CUSTODY OF PROPERTY 

MISSING ORANGE TEEN FOUND 

MISSING WOMAN FOUND UNINJURED imm , 

2 EX-DURHAM LAWMEN CHARGED IN ORANGE COUNTY MURDERS 

MURDER CHARGED IN BANE-HAYES CASE 

FAMILIES OF MISSING MEN 'THRILLED' ABOUT ARRESTS 

FAMILIES OF MISSING MEN 'THRILLED' ABOUT ARRESTS 

NEIGHBORS HOPE CHILDREN BEGIN PLAYING OUTSIDE AGAIN 

SUSPECTS DIDN'T HELP AUTHORITIES IN MAKING CASE 

FRANKLIN, BUCHANAN INDICTED FOR MURDER 

HAVING NO BODIES MAKES CONVICTION HARD, BUT POSSIBLE 

FRANKLIN ARRAIGNED i BOND NOT POSSIBLE 

MRS. BANE AGAINST BARGAINING 

BODIES OF BANE. HAYES FOUND 

TIP YIELDED GRAVE OF HAYES, BANE 

FAITH HELPS MRS. BANE VIEW MAKESHIFT GRAVE WHERE BODIES 'THROWN' 

MRS. BANE'S LONG ORDEAL IS OVER 

LAW OFFICERS BUNGLE COMMUNITY RELATIONS 

ENDING A SAD VIGIL 

AFTER THREE YEARS, BANE, HAYES GET PROPER BURIALS 

NEW LEADS FOUND FOR ENNIS CASE 

AUTHORITIES SEARCHING FOR ORANGE COUNTY TEEN-AGER 

POLICE LOG/MISSING TEEN-AGER RETURNS TO HER HOME 



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I T 


N E 


E 


L Y 


P D ■ 


—DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 2 


7/04/1988 B 


6 


NM51 


H 2 


9/01/1988 B 


3 P N 


H 2 


9/03/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 2 10/07/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 2 10/08/1988 C 


14 


N 


H 2 


1/07/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 2 


1/15/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 2 


1/16/1988 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


1/23/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 2 


1/27/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


1/28/1988 A 


18 


N 


H 1 


1/30/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 1 


2/06/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 3 


3/01/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 2 


3/18/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/25/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 2 


4/04/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 2 


6/03/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 2 


6/07/1988 B 


1 


N C60 


S 2 


6/08/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 2 


6/09/1988 B 


3 


N 


S 2 


6/15/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 2 


6/16/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 2 


6/21/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 2 


7/21/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 2 


7/27/1988 A 


11 P N 


S 2 


8/03/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


8/04/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 2 10/07/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 2 10/08/1988 C 


14 


N 


H 2 10/09/1988 B 


14 


N 


H 2 10/12/1988 B 


8 


N 


S 2 10/12/1988 C 


1 P N 


H 1 


10/25/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 2 10/26/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 2 11/16/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 2 11/18/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 2 12/07/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 2 12/20/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 2 12/23/1988 C 


10 


N 


H 2 


2/09/1988 C 


9 P N K65 


H 2 


4/19/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 2 


5/14/1988 C 


4 


N 080 


H 2 


7/02/1988 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


7/02/1988 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


7/02/1988 A 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


7/02/1988 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


7/02/1988 A 


2 


N R63 


CHH 1 


7/03/1988 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


7/07/1988 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


7/07/1988 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


7/08/1988 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


7/08/1988 A 


3 


N Vll 


H 2 


7/09/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


7/10/1988 A 


1 M N R63 


H 2 


7/10/1988 A 


1 P N R63 


S 2 


7/11/1968 A 


1 P N U82 


S 2 


7/12/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


7/13/1988 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


7/18/1988 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


7/21/1988 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


10/07/1988 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 


10/18/1988 A 


3 


N 



T^w n**ow —m*«m 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SECOND YEAR PASSES, NO SIGN OF ENNIS 

MISSING PERSONS, U.S. „„^__ 

BODY FOUND IN WELL IDENTIFIED „ rj _ (Wr 

^I^P^W&S SlS BRAIN ANEURYSM 

MARII€ STILL MISSING IN EXERCISE 

SEARCH FOR MARINE TEMPORARILY HALTED 

MISSIONARIES 

SEE ALSO EVANGELISM 
SEE ALSO WOMEN'S MISSIONARY UNION 
THE DIVORCED FIT NO MOLD 

ALLEGE^KLAN PLoflNVOLVES AFRICA, U.S. MISSIONARIES 
DU^ STUDENTS SPEND BREAK BUILDING WHOM JHIffiH WALL 

HT&EffSffiS ffSlSff* MEDIM. MISSIONARY 
MIKI GWERNOR OF MISSISSIPPI VISITS N.C. TO CAMPAIGN FOR DEMOCRATIC TICKET 

MISTAKEN IDENTITY 

SEE ALSO FALSE ARREST 
SEE ALSO IMPOSTERS 

K T aK^er^ **inst him 

^SsFaLSO COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY, MISTRIALS^ 
THIRD MISTRIAL CCCURSIN 1978HURTO CASE 
HT<rTRTAl DFDJ^ED AFTER 4 WEEKS OF TESTIMONY 
CIGARETTE ra^SlES TO ASK JUDGE AGAIN TO DECLARE MISTRIAL 

MITCHELL BAPTIST CHURCH 

FRANKLIN COUNTY CHURCH DAMAGED 

MITCHELL COMMUNITY COLLEGE Au „ _ „.„« Tmcrnuc 

IMMUNITY COLLEGE PRESIDENT BLAMED FOR RACIAL TENSIONS 
COLLEGE TRUSTEES PLEDGE TO STOP RACIAL INCIDENTS 

MIT °TOLITICIANS PICKING UP ON GRASSROOTS ENVIRONMENT ACTION 

MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORP. 

MITSUBISHI PUTS BIG CHIPS ON TABLE 

MITSUBISHI INTERNATIONAL^ tnrunnec 

MITSUBISHI BUYS LAND FOR WAREHOUSE 
FIRM BREAKS GROUND FOR NEW WAREHOUSE 
GROUNDBREAKING AT MITSUBISHI 

MITSUBISHI SEMICONDUCTOR AMERICA INC. 
SEE ALSO SEMICONDUCTOR 

ThFsUBTLE CHANGES 1 ^ GROWTH (TURNING NEW LEAVES) 

cummtsm rules on -industrial policy- 

KlN^f STuS ^T*S5CES WEST TO EAST, AND VICE VERSA 

MHsKfoFFICIAL TO SPEAK IN RALEIGH 
MITSUBISHI PLANT TAKING SHAPE 
WORKER FALLS INTO HOLE AT MITSUBISHI 

Sffl M K^CO^ CHIPS 
ISS^^T^ ^TO-DAY FACILITY OPERATIONS 
MITSUBISHI BUYS LAND FOR WAREHOUSE 



P D — DATE' 
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1/27/1988 C 

9/09/1988 B 

9/27/1988 D 

11/01/1988 A 

11/02/1988 A 



1/04/1988 A 
1/11/1988 A 
1/11/1988 B 
3/28/1988 C 
7/02/1988 A 
7/09/1988 B 
8/18/1988 A 
11/28/1988 B 



13 
12 
5 P 
13 

13 



4 
4 

14 
1 
6 
1 

11 
1 



E 
L 
N 
N 

N 

N H02 

N 

N 



H 


2 10/15/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 9/15/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 9/16/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 2/15/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 3/12/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 4/26/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 2/26/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 4/13/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 9/29/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 3/08/1988 A 


9 


J 


S 


2 6/01/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


S 


2 7/11/1988 C 


1 


N W82 


S 


2 7/12/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 7/13/1988 A 


12 P P S76 


S 


2 2/09/1988 A 


5 


N 


H 


2 2/10/1988 A 


1 


P Q N36 


S 


2 2/16/1988 B 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 3/03/1988 B 


3 P N J40 


s 


2 3/03/1988 C 


1 


P N S92 


H 


2 4/06/1983 C 


3 P P T37 


H 


2 4/19/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 4/24/1988 F 


1 


P P T37 


H 


2 5/20/1988 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 6/01/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 6/02/1988 A 


1 


P N M97 


H 


2 6/02/1988 A 


11 


N R80 


s 


2 6/18/1988 A 


3 


N 


s 


2 7/11/1988 C 


1 


N U82 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 

12/51/1988 



SUBJECTS 



FIRM BREAKS GROUND FOR NEW WAREHOUSE 

14 FROM MITSUBISHI BOUND FOR JAPAN „„.,„, 

AREA AGENCIES RECEIVE APPLIANCES PROVIDED FOR OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 



MIXED DRINKS 

SEE LIQUOR-BY-THE-BRINK, 



N.C. 



MIXED MARRIAGES 

SEE RACIALLY MIXED MARRIAGES 

MIXED-UP MOTHER GOOSE (PLAY) 

LITTLE BIG OPENS FRACTURED 'MOTHER GOOSE' 

LITTLE BIG 'MOTHER GOOSE' BULLUINKLE-ISH AMUSEMENT 

PARODIES OF MOTHER GOOSE DELIGHT YOUNG, OLD 

MOBIL OIL CORP. 

MOBIL PLAN TO EXPLORE N.C. COAST WORRIES SOME 
MORE STUDY IS SOUGHT ON DRILLING OFF COAST 
MARTIN TO SEEK MORE TIME TO REVIEW DRILLING REQUEST 
GAS DRILLING PLANS BASED ON SOLID EVIDENCE-OFFICIALS 
MARTIN WANTS INFORMATION FROM MOBIL 

CONSULTANT SAYS OIL SPILLS PART OF HIS PLANNING , _ 

MOBIL OIL EYES TWO N.C. PORTS AS STAGING AREA FOR DRILLING 
MOBIL STALLS FILING N.C. DRILLING PLAN 

MOBILE CITY TRAILER PARK _ , „ 

RESIDENTS DISPLACED AS MOBILE HOME PARKS PUT UP FOR SALE 
HEAD COUNT CAN MEAN MORE CASH FOR MORRISVILLE 
MORRISVILLE BOARD APPROVES $2,097,248 BUDGET 
MORRISVILLE'S PLAN SUBMITTED ON SUBDIVISION 

MOBILE HOME PARKS „__ , „ 

RESIDENTS DISPLACED AS MOBILE HOME PARKS PUT UP FOR SALE 
APPEALS COURT FINDS CHATHAM REZONING ILLEGAL 
COUNTY LINE DISPUTE MAY BLOCK WIDOW'S MOBILE HOME PARK 
OXFORD TO LOOK AT MOBILE HOME PARK ORDINANCE 
FIRM SEEKS REZONING FOR MOBILE-HOME PROJECT 
BOARD DEADLOCKS ON MOBILE HOMES 
BOARD PUTS OFF ZONING DECISION 

LEE COUNTY FIRM FINED $21,186 FOR ALLEGED EROSION VIOLATIONS 
DURHAM MOBILE-HOME PARK RUNS INTO OPPOSITION 
MOBILE HOMES ISSUE RETURNING TO PLANNING BOARD 
DEVELOPER SHELVES MOBILE-HOME PARK PLANS 
ZONING PLANNED IN GRANVILLE 

GRANVILLE BOARD RECEIVES DRAFT OF ZONING ORDINANCE 
GRANVILLE'S MOBILE HOME LAW REVISED 

MOBILE HOMES 

SEE ALSO MANUFACTURED HOUSING 
SEE ALSO RECREATIONAL VEHICLES 

OFFICE SPACE IN DURHAM IS FILLING UP 

LANDLORD DEFENDS REPOSSESSION OF MOBILE HOME 

PROPERTY OWNERS TO VOTE ON BURLINGTON ZONING EXPANSION 

TWO CHILDREN KILLED IN MOBILE HOME FIRE 

COUPLE SUING FOR RIGHT TO REPLACE BURNED HOME 

FIRE DAMAGES VANCE MOBILE HOME 

LEE COUNTY JAIL OFFICIALS MAY USE MOBILE HOMES 

FIRE DAMAGES MOBILE HOME 

SISTERS DIE IN WARSAW FIRE 

4-YEAR-OLD GIRL DIES IN MOBILE HOME FIRE 

FRANKLIN SHERIFF INVESTIGATING THEFTS 

MOBILE HOME FIRE KILLS TWO 

BOY DIES IN ROXBORO FIRE; BABY SAVED 

BLAZE KILLS 4-YEAR-OLD 

FIRE DESTROYS MOBILE HOME IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 

POLICEMAN COMMENDED FOR RESCUE 

MOBILE HOME BURNS 

LAW TURNS NEW HOME INTO 'NIGHTMARE' 

MOTHER'S DAY TRAFFIC ON HOLD 

MOTOR HOME FIRE STOPS 1-85 TRAFFIC IN GUILFORD COUNTY 



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S 2 7/12/1988 A 3 N 
H 2 7/28/1988 D 5 N 
H 2 8/06/1988 A 14 N 



H 2 9/09/1988 D 9 N 
H 2 9/16/1988 D 6 R 
S 2 9/29/1988 D 9 R R90 



s 


2 9/07/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 9/08/1988 B 


10 


N 


5 


2 9/09/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 9/12/1988 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 10/11/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/13/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 10/21/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 10/26/1988 A 


1 


N 



H 2 1/31/1988 A 16 N P41 

H 2 5/18/1988 C 1 N P41 

H 2 6/28/1988 B 5 N P41 

H 2 7/12/1988 B 5 N 



H 


2 


1/31/1988 A 


16 


N P41 


H 


2 


4/20/1988 C 


8 


N L40 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


1 


5/12/1988 B 


1 


N T33 


S 


2 


6/04/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


6/08/1988 B 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 


6/08/1988 A 


1 i 


1 N M06 


H 


1 


6/24/1988 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


6/24/1988 A 


3 


N M06 


H 


2 


6/28/1988 B 


7 


N 


S 


2 


6/28/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/07/1988 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 11/08/1988 B 


12 


N H60 


H 


2 11/23/1988 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 


1/10/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


1/19/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


1/20/1988 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


2 


1/22/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/07/1988 B 


1 P N S82 


H 


1 


2/18/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


3/05/1988 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


3/14/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/19/1988 C 


1 

Km 


N 


H 


2 


3/19/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 


3/25/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


4/01/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


4/08/1988 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 


4/08/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


1 


4/09/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/14/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


1 


4/15/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/16/1988 C 


1 P N A54 


H 


2 


5/08/1988 B 


1 P P K40 


H 


2 


5/08/1988 B 


2 


N 



nrnnnn»ntw 



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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



N E 



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p D — DATE — C -TO L P BYL 



■■VWIMHI PARK ORDINANCE 
TRAILER BURNS IN BETHESDA 

MAN SAVES FRIEND, DIES IN FIRE 

FIRM S^ ROOMING FOR MOBILE-HONE PROJECT 
BOARD DEADLOCKS ON MOBILE HOMES 
PITTSBORO BUDGET NEARS APPROVAL 
COUPLEESCAPEAS FIFE KSTROYS MOBILE HOME 
STORM DAMAGES TRAILERS 

fflL^W&D COUSIN IN BURNING HOME 
MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER IN TRAILER FIRE 
FIRE DAMAGES MOBILE HOME IN VAMCE 

muli^INfBAmjfoVER SEPTIC SYSTEN-BUT IT'S TOO LATE 
N?DURHAM NEIGHWmoro KIDS LOSE PART-JI^ MOM 
DANVILLE COMMISSIONERS AWARD SEWER CONTRACT 

S ^hBTBiK & 

SWKI^fflgF^S^. RAILWAY TRttKS 

MOBILE INTENSIVE C*E UJIT 

SEE AMBULANCE SERVICE, DURHAM COUNTY 

MOBILE TELEPHONES «_— 

SEE ALSO CELLULAR PHONE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, N,C. 

^ILlMjgK^'cELLUL^ PHONES FOR 6 POLICE CARS 

%E SEgfUlm STOLEN FROM AUTO 
DURHAM BUSINESSMAN AIDS POLICE IN ROBBERY ARREST 

%FK8eetionb, DU^ 

SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. 

^TH^^SCHmPsTUDEOTS STAGE MOCK PRIMARY, FAVOR DOLE, DUKAKIS 

SraTS SWEEP 'ELECTION' AT SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATH 

£*!hAM STUDENTS 'ELECT' GEORGE BUSH 

fjgMP Sls ra sS T SS BUSH, DUgKIS TRADE BARBS 

SOUTHERN HIGH^MOCK ELECTION SHOWS IT'S SOLID BUSH COUNTRY 

MOCK TOBACCO AUCTION 

SEE ALSO AUCTIONS 

%£gglffikW?%< THE ROBBED 'REV.' BILLY C. 
MAKING THE GRADE 
HAPPY TRAILS 

THE MOCKERS (MUSIC GROUP) _ 

mQ SHOW SMOKIN', BUT LYRES WERE JUST A BLUR 

^ S KePT'aLIVE BY ARTIFICIAL HEART DEVICE DIES 
MCCKS^LLELOSES DEFENSE CONTRACT 

MOCKTAILS 

SEE COCKTAILS __, 
SEE NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

MODEL SCHOOLS PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL REFORM 

^ANGE CaSTY S LIKELY TO GET MODEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

K ^TncSeSs, DETAILS 



H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 


1 


H 




H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 



WIRTZ 



5/10/1988 C 
5/12/1988 B 
6/01/1988 A 
6/03/198S B 
6/04/1988 A 
6/08/1988 B 
6/10/1988 A 
6/22/1988 B 
6/23/1988 C 
6/24/1988 A 
8/01/1988 B 
8/05/1988 B 
8/05/1983 C 
8/15/1988 A 
8/21/1988 B 
8/22/1988 A 
9/07/1988 C 
11/15/1988 B 
11/23/1988 C 
11/23/1988 A 
11/27/1988 A 



2 

1 

16 

10 
1 
1 
3 
9 
6 
1 
1 
9 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



N P41 
N T33 
P S76 
N 

N M06 
N A54 
N S63 
N 
N 
P 
N 
N 
N 

N L90 
N S82 
N P38 
N H60 
N 
N 
N M25 



R63 



3 P N S17 



CHH 1 6/12/1988 A 1 P N R63 

CHH 1 6/13/1988 A 4 E 

CHH 1 7/27/1988 A 3 N 

S 2 9/08/1988 A 1 P N B53 



H 2 2/24/1988 C 

S 2 10/22/1988 A 

S 2 10/25/1988 C 

H 2 10/29/1988 A 

S 2 11/04/1988 C 

CHH 1 11/05/1988 A 

S 2 11/05/1988 B 



H 2 9/27/1988 B 
S 2 10/03/1988 A 
S 2 10/03/1988 C 



N J40 
P 

N S92 
N J40 
N S92 
N Vll 
N S92 



3 P U W66 
1 P P C45 
1 P P C45 



H 2 4/15/1988 D 3 R L37 



S 2 9/16/1988 A 
S 2 9/20/1988 B 



1 N 
3 N 



H 

CHH 
CHH 



11/12/1988 
11/25/1988 
12/04/1988 



N K65 

P N M25 

N M25 






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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



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CHH 1 12/07/1988 A 3 N M25 



H 2 4/22/1988 D 
H 2 6/20/1988 A 
S 2 6/24/1988 A 



H 2 8/04/1988 C 
H 2 10/27/1988 B 



H 2 4/21/1988 C 9 N 
H 2 4/27/1988 C 5 N K65 



S 2 5/26/1988 D 6 P I 



H 2 1/03/1988 B 9 P P 
H 3 5/27/1988 C 4 N Vll 



BUSINESSES WILL SUPPORT 'MODEL' IDEA — SINGER 

MODELS 

SEE ALSO MANNEQUINS «/«/i«» 4 

MODELING FOR FUN H 2 1/18/19J8 A 

MODEL OF PERSISTENCE H 2 6/03/1988 A 

CAMPUS CALENDAR GIRLS H 2 8/21/1988 E 

r^-pSMODELSDRESS UP STORE WINDOWS S 2 11/22/1988 B 

MODERN DANCE 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
COLLABORATIVE ART FACING DANGER OF BEING CHIC mifmmm mmut 
BLACK CHOREOGRAPHY SPOTLIGHTED IN FESTIVAL SEASON'S BIGGEST EVENT 
MPS CLASSIC REVIVAL OF BLACK DANCES PACKS EMOTIONAL PUNCH 

MOJAVE DESERT 

PARATROOPERS GOING TO MOJAVE DESERT 

MOLASSES 

THE SWEET TRADITION; MOLASSES MAKING HAS ITS ROOTS DEEP IN AMERICAN... 

MOLECULAR MODELING 

SEE ALSO BIOCHEMISTRY „ „ 

MARTIN TO SPEAK AT OPENING OF CHAPEL HILL MOLECULAR LAB 
GOV. MARTIN BACK HOME IN CLASS AT UNC LABORATORY DEDICATION 

MOLISSA FENLEY AND DANCERS 

HOT TIMESj CULTURAL ACTIVITIES HEAT UP HERE 

MONCURE, N.C, _ 

PARTICLEBOARD Mia OPENS NEAR MONCURE 
CHATHAM BOARD HEARS PUBLIC OPINIONS ON WATER NEEDS 

"^SEE ALSO CARRBORO ARTSCENTER (FORMERLY CARRBORO ART SCHOOL) 

'LIVE' OPENING DELAYED S 

SHEETROCKERS GUEST FOR MONDAY NIGHT OPENER H 

FANCY FOOTWORK S 

MONEY MAGAZINE „ 

TRIANGLE RANKS 58TH IN MONEY'S 300 BEST PLACES TO LIVE 
SIX N.C. CITIES PUZZLED BY RATING OF BEST PLACES TO LIVE 
WHO'S WHERE ON TAXES? 

MONKEY JUNCTION, N.C. 

BEACH TOURISTS STOP FOR ELEPHANT 

MONKEYS 

SEE ALSO LEMURS 

ANIMAL RIGHTS DILEMMA ALARMS UNC RESEARCHER 

MOWHXJTH COLLEGE SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
PACK ROLLS BY MONMOUTH 
WOLFPACK STUFFS MILD MONMOUTH 

MONONGAHELA RIVER 

THE MONONGAHELA SPILL 

MONORAIL 

DUKE MULLS RAIL TO EASE PARKING CRUNCH S 

PILOT MONORAIL STUDY APPROVED H 

MONROE, N.C. ,. _ 

ANTI-DRINK RALLY HELD IN MONROE H 2 

SCHOOL BUS DRIVER PRAI SED F OR ACTIONS AFTER ACCIDENT H 2 

BRONZE STAR WINNER'S LETTER SAYS HE WAS JUST DOING JOB H 2 

BELK EMPIRE BEGAN IN MONROE, NOT CHARLOTTE H 2 

CHURCH CHANGES ITS VOCATIONAL PROGRAM H 2 

UNION COUNTY EYEING MERGER OF SCHOOLS H 2 



6 P F H45 
6 P F S56 
1 P F S56 
1 P F 659 



9 P F L59 

1 P N W66 

10 P R B71 



4 N 
1 P F Zll 



2 6/02/1988 D 
2 6/17/1988 D 
2 8/25/1988 D 



H 2 7/24/1988 A 
H 2 7/27/1988 A 
H 2 10/08/1988 A 



11 N 
3 P F W66 
1 P F G59 



6 N 
9 N 
4 E 



H 2 9/07/1988 C 4 N 



CHH 1 12/09/1988 A 1 P Q S17 



H 2 12/28/1988 D 1 P N C49 
S 2 12/28/1988 D 1 P U P52 



H 2 1/14/1988 A 4 E 



2 9/23/1988 C 1 
2 11/07/1988 A 16 



2/12/1988 B 
5/11/1988 B 
5/21/1988 B 
5/28/1988 C 
6/10/1988 B 
10/19/1988 B 



8 
18 

5 

7 
10 

4 



MONROE, N.C, ELECTIONS 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



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Y SUBJECTS 



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E 

c -re 



T 
Y 

P BYL 



SOiC COUNTIES AND TOWNS HAVE REFERENDUM TODAY 
"I W8S383L (NEWSPtfER) 
^MoKm£??INGS HELP TRACK CRIHINALS 
M£ ^FTHSRS ADOPT HANDICAPPED FRIENDS 
M0NTA RALEIGH HAN EXTRADITED IN MONTANA MURDER CASES 

^TCHWIESSORI CLASS TO PRESENT FOLK TALE 

MONTGOMERY'S FLORIST 

FLOWERS COME IN MANY STYLES 

^SPRINGTIME STIRS IN JEFFERSON'S TOWN 
"""^gE^i ^RESIDENTS IN18 MQMTHB 

mesH^®®™ * - - - 

V MEM ■DHUF>«« BB ~ 7 " 19 " 

ERUIN SQUARE PROJECT BONANZA, MIXED BLESSING 
™iN ! ^ui^ KbQRS DREAD TRAFFIC CONGESTION 

oS I te^fiant^sKtacks BITETHE BUST 

ERWIN SQUARE IS OUT-OF-SCALE DEVELOPMENT 
cOTt^ALlWcTIM TO DEVELOPERS' FALSE PROMISES 
Hfl^GOESINTO AUTOMOnVE PRODUCTS LINE jmim 

KVOOPER 'LOCKED INT? ERWIN SQUARE PLANS-SANFORD 
NEWHwSeR FIRM MOVES TO DURHAM 

M0NTF S![lSgH NURSERY CYCLAMENS MAKING A BOTANICAL DIFFERENCE 
^T gffffl? LINE SNAGS SUBDIVISION 
MON SK K ALSO CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS 

^JL^^S°SllX 3 ^F00T MOMENT TOTJIANGLE 
CWsSlNGSTEEL TRIANGLE WILL BE A MONUMENTAL SHAME 

m £^S a W8?l*t DECADE 

™lfKl Ss HIKR BOND RATING 

MOON 

SEE ALSO FULL MOON 
SFE tt_SO LUNAR CALENDAR 
TUO PLANETS NEAR MOON THIS MONTH 



H 2 3/08/1988 A 14 N 



S 2 2/12/1988 C 8 N 

H 2 5/30/1988 A 19 N 

H 2 8/17/1988 B 6 N 

H 2 5/12/1988 B 10 N 

S 2 2/10/1988 B 1 P F G59 

H 2 3/04/1988 D 23 P F C19 



S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
88) H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 



2 3/29/1988 B 
2 4/01/1988 D 
2 6/10/1988 B 



2 P U P52 
2 P N P52 
2 N 



4/29/1988 
4/30/1988 
6/18/1988 
7/14/1988 
7/14/1988 
7/15/1988 
7/15/1988 
7/17/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/22/1988 
7/26/1988 
7/28/1988 
7/28/1988 
7/30/1988 
10/05/1988 B 
10/29/1988 B 



A 
A 
A 

C 
A 
C 
C 
D 
A 
A 
C 
A 
A 
A 
A 



N U82 
N C60 
N 

N C44 
N W82 
N C60 
N S51 
E 
N 

N W82 
N U29 
L 
L 
L 
N 

N 551 
N M06 



2 12/25/1988 E 12 N 
2 8/13/1988 C 2 N H90 



H 2 7/03/1988 A 1 P N N36 

S 2 7/27/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 11/04/1988 D 11 P R L37 

H 2 11/11/1988 C 7 N 

H 2 2/16/1988 B 14 N U80 



-LX630- 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 

12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



MOON GETS VENUS VISIT 

MOON OVER PARADOR (FILM) 

DREYFUSS MARVELOUS IN 'MOON' 
'SAPPY' = 'SILLY' IN 'PARADOR' 

MOONLIGHT AND VALENTINO (PLAY) 
BARYSHNIKOV TO STAR AT DUKE 
BALLET STAR TO DEBUT IN THEATER 

MOONLIGHTING 

see also durham police dept,, officers, moonlighting 
firemen are morking part time at southchem 
firefighters' off-duty work needs control „ 
rules to control off-duty work for firemen ridiculous idea 
moonlighting ban illogical 

moon's church 
see unification church 

moonshine 
see also alcohol, illicit sales 
mayor: bootleg liquor in mebane 
say you like it and don't ask what's in it. (cartoon) 
raid nets 100 pounds of marijuana, 852 plants, 800 gallons of moonshine 
franklin lawmen seize copper whiskey still 
charges follow raid on house 
outshined briefly by marijuana, white lightnin' making comeback 

moonstruck (film) _ 

'moonstruck' a 'dream' better than it looks 

razzle, dazzle, fizzle 

cable premiere riles a 'moonstruck' fan 

moore and van allen 
see also powe, porter, alphin, and whichard 
law firms merged 
first union plaza starts construction 

moore county, n.c. 

shotgun slayer sought in moore 

moore county commissioners _ 

anson father, 68, charged with slaying son - n.c. briefs 

moore county sheriff's dept. 

21 arrested in moore drug probe 

moore county tax office _ „, 

anson father, 68, charged with slaying son - n.c. briefs 

moorefields (orange co., n.c.) 

dam proposal draws critic's fire in orange 

dam flooding of moorefields still feared 

a-straddlin' the fence 

latest plans for seven mile creek dam to be aired tonight 

officials tout dam; some still skeptical 

moore's creek national battlefield 

n.c. ready to replace moores creek bridge 

moose lodge 9602 
see also durham moose lodge 2045 
moose lodge centennial 
moose lodge event successful 

MOPED 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 
SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLES 
MOPED RIDER HURT 



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H 2 4/21/1988 B 1 P P L38 



2 9/15/1988 D 
2 9/23/1988 D 



9 P R M06 
2 P R S66 



S 2 11/21/1988 A 1 P N B71 
H 2 11/22/1988 C 1 P N U66 



S 2 7/08/1988 A 1 N W82 

S 2 7/11/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 7/18/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 7/21/1988 A 4 L 



1/06/1988 B 

3/03/1988 A 

8/20/1988 B 

11/16/1988 C 

12/13/1988 C 

12/28/1988 C 



N 
T T R56 

N 

N 

N 
P N 



2 1/29/1988 D 3 P R S66 
2 4/08/1988 D 1 P P 
2 10/14/1988 D 5 P U C19 



2 2/03/1988 A 
2 7/14/1988 A 



5 L 
1 P N U82 



H 2 5/09/1988 B 5 N 

H 1 7/13/1988 B 9 N 

H 1 6/15/1988 B 1 N 

H 1 7/13/1988 B 9 N 



H 2 4/05/1988 B 1 N BIO 

H 3 4/13/1988 C 1 M N BIO 

H 2 4/19/1988 A 4 L 

CHH 1 6/14/1988 A 1 M N R63 

CHH 1 6/16/1988 A 1 N R63 



S 2 9/08/1988 A 15 N 



H 2 2/20/1988 A 4 L 
S 2 2/24/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 4/04/1988 C 1 P P L38 



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MAN CHARGED WITH STEALING MOTORBIKE 

roucf logWon hoped hurt in Sunday accident 

Ifcf^ffirS InM HOPED ACCIDENT 
POLICE LOG/STUDENT GETS HIN0R INJURIES IN ACCIDENT 

"^SulTWER HONEY SENT TO FALUELL IS SETTLED OUT OF COURT 

HORALITY 

SEE ALSO VALUES _ M __ 

BSE wSoL^iKIt DEAL W1H YEARNING FOR HORALS 
PROHISCUOUS LIFE STYLES 

MORAVIAN CHRISTHAS COOKIES 

^FAtiOUS^HOrWIAN COOKIES HAVE CUSTOHERS LINING UP 
COOKIE SPECIALIST ROLLING IN DOUGH 

MORAVIAN LOVEFEAST 

WRAPPING UP mjvr „ , „, 
A CHRISTHAS FEAST OF LOVE 

^OFFBEAT HISTORY, HORAVIANS' HARTYRED HERO 

gSS8ETOKE i Sf B oS SAlVkEEPS 256-YEAR-OLD TRADITION 
FAMILY FASHIONS MORAVIAN STARS 
LITTLE CHURCH ON LANE AWAITING REPAIRS 

""^TOS CH^EL HAYBE DONE ROAMING AT ITS THIRD LOCATION 
THE SINFUL HEADLINE 

MORE THAN A COWBOY (BOOK) 

^ S TELLS B LIFE OF ALMOST FORGOTTEN COWBOY STAR 
HOREHEAD CITY, N.C. 

SE MOR£«IAD INSTITUTION STICKS TOJSANITARY' BASICS 
S^ ffi BSES/BlSi^ S> LAND SPAT 

MOREHEAD ELEHENTARY SCHOOL 
SEE HOREHEAD SCHOOL 

MOREHEAD FREEWAY^ _„„_ An TIT „_,.„ 
SEE JOHN MOTLEY HOREHEAD III FREEUAY 

MOREHEAD PLANET ARIUH «nocur A n H anTARTIM 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL MOREHEAD PLAffeFAKlun 

MOREHEAD SCHOLARSHIPS acchtf* 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, SCHOLARSHIPb 
STUW*VSCHOLAR HONORS LUMBEE TRADITIONS 
MiTRBCAD AWARD FINALISTS FACE FINAL CUT 
HILLSIDE SENIOR AWARDED DUKE, UNC SCHOLARSHIPS 
THIS STUDENT CAN'T GO WRONG 
SCHOLAR CHOOSES DUKE OVER UNC 

S^G^IFEMENT°JUDgIs CRITICIZED BY ANTI-DWI KM p 
MORQMSHf^ffll|jra^IENCES FOR STUDENTS 

H SS J/UKUnaKVOmm scholarship at unc 



s 

E 

-DATE — C -PG 



T 
Y 
P BYL 



CHH 1 

H 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



7/05/1988 A 
8/03/1988 B 
10/25/1988 A 
11/04/1988 A 
11/04/1988 A 
12/23/1988 A 
12/24/1988 A 



2 

5 I 

3 

1 

3 

3 

3 



L38 



H 1 1/07/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 3/11/1988 A 4 L 
H 1 5/13/1988 BUN 
H 2 5/19/1988 A 4 L 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



2 12/04/1988 B 8 P N 
2 12/30/1983 B 1 N 



2 12/10/1988 C 1 P P T32 
2 12/16/1988 A 1 P P T37 



1/02/1988 A 

3/15/1988 B 

4/01/1988 D 

12/25/1988 C 

12/25/1988 C 



4 H 

4 P N 
11 P F W29 

9 P N 
11 N 



H 2 1/25/1988 B 1 P N 
H 2 1/29/1988 A 4 L 



H 1 3/30/1988 C 1 P N H60 



5/13/1988 D 
5/15/1988 D 
7/20/1988 A 
7/21/1988 B 
10/21/1988 A 



P R B77 
F C19 
N 
N 
N 



S 
S 
H 
S 

H 
S 
H 

H 

CHH 

H 



2/05/1988 B 
2/26/1988 C 
3/05/1988 A 
3/08/1988 A 
3/31/1988 B 
4/11/1988 A 
4/24/1988 B 
5/05/1988 B 
12/20/1988 A 
12/22/1988 C 



F G59 

N 

N T37 

E 

N P38 

E 

N 

N K65 

N 

N 



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S I T 
N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



MOREHEAD SCHOOL 

HARRIET TUBMAN REVISITED 
DARE WINNERS 

MORGAN CREEK 

SERIOUS DAMAGE AVERTED IN 1,000-GALLON OIL LEAK 
CREEKS, LAKE GIVEN HIGHER STATE RATING 

MORGAN CREEK HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION 

RESIDENTS ENDORSE BYPASS-WIDENING PLAN 
COUNCIL REQUESTS DOT PLANT TREES ON BYPASS 

MORGAN MOTORS 

SAFE CRACKED AT MORGAN MOTORS 

MORGAN STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL ^^ 

WOLFPACK LOOKS TO HAND MORGAN ST. 9TH STRAIGHT DEFEAT 
WOLFPACK GETS SLOW START, BUT BURIES BEARS IN 2ND HALF 
WOLFPACK RALLIES, ROMPS 

MORGAN ST. _ _ 

OFFBEAT HISTORY; THE CORNER THAT MAKES HISTORY 
WATERFALL PROPOSAL FALLS SHORT IN HURRIED CITY COUNCIL VOTE 
CITY WATERFALL PROJECT WAS NOT HANDLED UELL 
FEAR ABOUT PUBLICITY'S QUASHING DEAL INVALID 

MORGANTON, N.C. . _ „ 

CABLE TV DISPUTE IN MORGANTON REACHES SUPREME COURT 
TOWN WANTS TO OWN CABLE TV 
COURT HEARS MORGANTON CABLE TV CASE 

MORIAH VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 

VOLUNTEER FIREMEN TO HOLD BARBECUE 

MORMONS 

HOSPITAL, DIRECTOR GREW UP TOGETHER 

EARLY RISERS LEARN SCRIPTURAL APPLICATIONS 

MORMON CHURCH OFFERS BLACKS MANY OPPORTUNITIES TO SERVE 

CHAPEL HILL MORMONS CELEBRATE PIONEER DAY 

MORMON MISSIONARIES HAKE ROUNDS 

MORNING GLORY EGGS 

N.C. STATE HELPS EXTEND SHELF LIFE FOR LIQUID EGGS 



MORNING'S AT SEVEN (PLAY) 
'MORNING'S AT SEVEN' 
YOU WANT THIS 'MORNING'S' 



TO GO ON AND ON 



MORRIS BROWN COLLEGE SPORTS, FOOTBALL „ _ m „ 

EAGLES PLANNING TO HAVE SOLUTION FOR SATURDAY'S MYSTERY OPPONENT 
EAGLES MUST AVOID LETDOWN VS. MORRIS BROWN 
EAGLES STRUGGLE TO 13-10 VICTORY 
EAGLES EDGE MORRIS BROWN 

MORRISVILLE, N.C. 

RESIDENTS DISPLACED AS MOBILE HOME PARKS PUT UP FOR SALE 

SENSOR RESEARCH FIRM MOVES FROM TEXAS TO MORRISVILLE 

NEW MORRISVILLE SHOPPING CENTER APPROVED BY PANEL 

BUTTERFLY RIVALRY LEADS TO MARRIAGE, MERGED BUSINESS 

NEW RADAR TO THIN AIR TRAFFIC SLIGHTLY OVER MORRISVILLE 

MORRISVILLE; WILL IT PROSPER OR BE SWALLOWED? 

THEY REMEMBER A SLEEPY VILLAGE 

'TREYBERNE' DEVELOPER DECIDES ON NEW NAME 

SURPLUS TAXES GIVE MORRISVILLE BREAK ON BONDS 

DURHAM COMPANY PLANS WAREHOUSE IN MORRISVILLE 

MORRISVILLE AIDS MOBILE HOMES 

MORRISVILLE COMPANY TO EXPAND; SLM ACTION SPORTS PURCHASES... 

MORRISVILLE PARK TO OPEN MONDAY, NOT AWAITING LAKE 

MORRISVILLE'S PLAN SUBMITTED ON SUBDIVISION 



2 2/23/1988 A 
2 3/03/1988 C 



2 P P S76 
6 P P K30 



H 2 2/04/1988 A 17 N 
H 2 3/11/1988 C 2 N R53 



CHH 1 7/04/1988 A 1 N M70 
CHH 1 7/06/1988 A 1 N M70 



H 2 11/20/1988 B 3 N 



H 2 1/13/1988 B 2 N 
H 2 1/14/1988 D 1 P N C49 
S 2 1/14/1988 B 1 P N P52 



H 2 4/02/1988 A 4 H 

H 2 5/06/1988 C 1 N S51 

H 2 5/10/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 9/19/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 5/02/1988 A 22 N 
H 1 5/10/1988 C 2 N 
H 2 5/12/1988 A 16 N 



S 2 4/15/1988 B 5 N 



H ? 


1/22/1988 A 


6 P F H45 


H 2 


5/21/1988 A 


7 N 


S 2 


6/16/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


7/19/1988 A 


8 N 


S 2 


8/18/1988 A 


11 P N 



H 2 6/01/1988 B 9 N 



4/03/1988 D 
4/08/1988 D 



10 P P 
9 P R C19 



H 2 9/07/1988 D 1 N P75 

S 2 9/07/1988 D 3 U P52 

H 2 9/11/1988 C 1 N P75 

S 2 9/12/1988 D 7 N 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1/31/1988 A 
1/31/1988 B 
2/09/1988 B 
2/22/1988 B 
3/19/1988 C 
4/10/1988 D 
4/10/1988 D 
4/12/1988 B 
4/27/1988 C 
4/27/1988 A 
5/10/1988 
6/09/1988 
7/03/1988 



7/12/1988 B 



N P41 
N 

N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
F P41 
F P41 
N 

N P41 
N 

N P41 
N 

N P41 
N 



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HORRISVILLE C0UPI£T0LD FIW IN TORPOND CONTAIN DIOXINS 
f£IGHBORS HAVE HIXED FEELINGS ABOUT TEHPLE 
QUINTETTO GIVE CONCERT TUESDAY IN fWRISVILLE 
^fiftlSVILLE OFFICE OFFERS QUICK DRIVER'S LICENSES 
CcKnATED WELLS *AN BOTTLED WATER FOR THREE FAMILIES 

^ I KflW^oScOLLD PIT CARY AGAINST KKRISVILLE_ td , ^ 
Rtf^S UaIjTCARY, INSTEAD OF HCRRISVILLE, TO ANNEX THEIR LAND 

ffivi?LE S iTS M E™ &££ ?Fk C*Y COtfCIL F«nFGNES DECISION 

SSfjgS aSfc CUT SHORT __ 
MnNBBzlMinSf PARCELS; NEGOTIATION continues 
MOfflSWLLE SEEKS CARYUttD SWAP OF ANNEXED TRACTS 
HORRISVILLE, CARY ANJCX DISPUTED LAND 

™S ?AXES GltfWsVILLE BSAX C* BONDS 
M0RRI |K fe ^HORRISVILLE BR*** BONDS 

MI Sui'k^ffl^2 ( 9 V 48 BUTXET 
^SlLLE^^m HOUSING 
^f^A^iiJW^ CASH FCK KKRISVILLE 
^ I KviL^-kW^ E l2 1 097 ) 248 SUTGET 
^ IS kK6^ C C^^W CASH FOR HORRISVILLE 

""^Sih&ti&gm SOOULED 

^Sife gfifflgra Finished by mew ccntr^tor 

CONTRACT AWARDED FOR SEWAGE PROJECT 

HORRISVILLE, N.C., T«J RATE 

»«*BT<MT1 LE BUDGET WOULD KEEP TAX RATE 
HORRISVILLE SmmiNB «2,097,248 BUDGET 

HORRISVILLE, N.C., WATER AND SEWER LINES CONTRACTOR 

HORRISVILLE'S SEUER PROJECT TO BE FINISHED BY NEW CUNlhAWUK 
CONTRACT AWARDED FOR SEWAGE PROJECT 
SURPLUS TAXES GIVE HORRISVILLE BREAK ON BOMS 
ffisVILLEBOARD APPROVES $2,097,248 BUDGET 

HORRISVILLE, N.C., WATER RESOURCES 

^SHILOH R£Sir^!^LFJTER TO STATE ASKING FOR PROTECTION OF WATER 

^ I TOMN L OF I^ISVILuPaRPROVES REZONING FOR SHOPPING CENTER 

^^S^WaKy^T^OF^IiLLE, TO A*0 THEIR LAND 

^Y^^T^TSVIL^KS; KGOTIATION CONTINUES 
HORRISVmf SEEKS CARYIaND SWAP OF AJ^XED TRACTS 
HORRISVILLE OFFICIAL FACES BRIBE CHARGE 

HORRISVILLE BOARD OF COWISSIONERS 



C T S 




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1 

P 


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


H 
H 

H 
H 
H 


2 8/10/1988 B 
2 9/11/1983 B 
2 10/15/1988 B 
2 10/19/1988 C 
2 10/19/1988 C 


5 
1 
5 
1 

3 


N P41 
N P41 
N 

N K65 
N P41 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 

H 
H 
H 

H 


2 3/31/1988 B 
2 8/11/1988 C 
2 8/18/1988 B 
2 9/09/1988 C 
2 9/14/1988 B 
2 9/20/1983 C 

1 9/24/1988 C 

2 11/15/1988 B 
2 12/17/1988 C 


1 
7 
2 
1 
5 

1 
2 

14 

1 


N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P38 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 



H 1 4/27/1988 C 1 N P41 



H 1 4/27/1988 C 
H 2 6/14/1988 B 
H 2 6/28/1988 B 



H 2 6/28/1988 B 

H 2 10/14/1988 C 

H 2 5/18/1988 C 

H 2 6/28/1988 B 

H 2 5/18/1988 C 

H 2 5/27/1988 C 



H 2 1/16/1988 C 
H 2 1/26/1988 C 



H 2 6/14/1988 B 
H 2 6/28/1988 B 



H 2 1/16/1988 C 

H 2 1/26/1988 C 

H 1 4/27/1988 C 

H 2 6/28/1988 B 



1 N P41 
8 N P41 
5 N P41 



5 N P41 

1 N P41 

1 N P41 

5 N P41 

1 N P41 

1 N P41 



3 N P41 
3 N P41 



8 N P41 
5 N P41 



3 N P41 

3 N P41 

1 N P41 

5 N P41 



H 2 11/03/1988 D 5 N P41 



2/24/1988 C 
6/14/1988 B 
8/11/1988 C 
9/14/1988 B 
9/24/1988 C 
11/15/1983 B 
11/30/1988 B 



7 

5 
2 

14 
1 



N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX B 

12/31/1968 



SUBJECTS 



NEW MORRISVILLE SHOPPING CENTER APPROVED BY PANEL 

TOWN OF MORRISVILLE APPROVES REZONING FOR SHOPPING CENTER 

NEW RADAR TO THIN AIR TRAFFIC SLIGHTLY OVER MORRISVILLE 

SURPLUS TAXES GIVE MORRISVILLE BREAK ON BONDS 

MORRISVILLE AIDS MOBILE HOMES _ 

MORRISVILLE BUDGET WOULD KEEP TAX RATE 

MORRISVILLE BOARD APPROVES $2,097,248 BUDGET 

RESIDENTS GROUP FIGHTS CARY ANNEXATION , „«■«„. 

CARY ANNEXES 2 OF 4 MORRISVILLE PARCELS) NEGOTIATION CONTINUES 

MORRISVILLE OFFICIAL FACES BRIBE CHARGE 

MORRISVILLE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

HEAD COUNT CAN MEAN MORE CASH FOR MORRISVILLE 

^ I MoKlKFirl OFFERS QUICK KUVER'S LICENSES 

MORRISVILLE POLICE DEPT. 

MORRISVILLE UPGRADES POLICE 

MORTALITY RATES 
SEE DEATH RATE 
SEE INFANT MORTALITY 

MORTAR SHELL 

MORTAR SHELL FOUND IN SHED 

MORTGAGE GROUP OF CHAPEL HILL 

TOIA^PREpKfOR ifreRCENT RISE IN RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION 

MORTGAGE RATES, DURHAM „ _ 

SEE ALSO ADJUSTABLE RATE MORTGAGES (ARM) 
. SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

nRHAM-ARFA MORTGAGE RATES 

(WTUALSAVINGS «■ LOAN SAYS MORTGAGE LOANS REACH $19.1 MILLION LAST YEAR 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURAHM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 



N 
P 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



S 
E 
-DATE — C -PG 



2/09/1988 B 
2/24/1988 C 
3/19/1988 C 
4/27/1988 C 
5/10/1988 C 
6/14/1988 B 
6/28/1988 B 
9/14/1988 B 
9/24/1988 C 
11/30/1988 B 



PAGE1301 
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L Y 
L P BYL 

N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N 



H 2 5/18/1988 C 
H 2 10/19/1988 C 
H 2 11/18/1988 C 



1 N P41 
1 N K65 
1 N P41 



H 


2 


4/26/1988 C 


2 N 


S 


2 


2/20/1988 B 


8 P N W82 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


1/03/1988 F 


1 CN 


H 


2 


1/10/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


1/17/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


1/24/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


1/31/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


1/31/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


2/07/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


2/14/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


2/28/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


3/06/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


3/13/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


3/20/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


4/03/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


4/10/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


4/17/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


4/24/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


5/01/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


5/08/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


5/15/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


5/22/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


5/29/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


6/05/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


6/12/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


6/19/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


6/26/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


7/03/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


7/10/1988 F 


1 CN 


H 


2 


7/17/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


7/24/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


8/07/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


8/14/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


8/21/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


8/28/1988 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


9/04/1988 F 


1 CN 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

K SBPff I&ORK BEFORE PLUNGING 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAIH*£A MORTGAGE RATES 

DUrKrEA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

^ll^SO^TABLE RATE MORTGAGES (ARM) 
SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 
HOUSING SUBSIDY HIKE EYED 

^I^^t'abLE RATE MORTGAGES (ARM) 

^ f ^U°S IN MA^ETS R ETCH SOLID JUMP IN HOME PRICES 
^COMMITTEE S S^TSH«1EEQUITY LOAN DISCLOSURE 

SsTLL^^a^ARE^ITY 

^SEE^ALSO ADJUSTABLE RATE MORTGAGES (ARM) 

i 8ffl FE^L SSI ENGAGE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO HOME-EQUITY LOANS 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, COSTS^^ 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, LOANTOOGRAMS 
SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES 
23 FIRST UNION MORTGAGE OFFICESTO CLOSE 

W^^i^^m^tmmEm on Tuesday 

hSvOTES TO MAKE nTc TAX EVASION A FELONY 

^%DOW°OF>ILOT OF CHALLENGER PLANNING APPEAL 

ARTMNAUT'S UIDOUJ THOSE RESPONSIBLE SHOULD FACE JUSTICE 
LETSHOPE TE&3YMATCHES THEIR COURAGE 

^rcOFESSORS TO RETURN TOJITE OF MOSAIC 
PROFS GOING BACK FOR MORE MOSAICS 

^COU^E^KFffiFT^ ^00-YEAR-OLD KOMAN 
2ND MOSAIC FOUND IN ISRAEL DIGS 

MOSCOW, RUSSIA 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION 

SUMMn MAY BE KEY TO REAGAN'S IMAGE 
UHUDDYA BRING ME? (CARTOON) 



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H 


2 


H 


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H 


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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 


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F 
F 
F 
F 
F 
F 
F 
F 



9/11/1988 
9/18/1988 
9/25/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/09/1988 
10/09/1988 
10/16/1988 
10/23/1988 . 
10/30/1988 F 
11/06/1988 F 
11/13/1988 F 
11/20/1988 F 
11/27/1988 F 
12/04/1988 F 
12/11/1988 F 
12/18/1988 F 
12/25/1988 F 



C N 
C N 
C N 
C N 
D N 
C N 
C 
C 

c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 



CHH 1 10/10/1988 A 1 N M70 



H 2 1/17/1988 F 1 D N 

H 2 5/20/1988 B 4 P N 

H 2 6/01/1988 B 1 P N L40 

S 2 6/04/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 3/11/1988 B 8 N 

H 2 3/20/1988 F 1 D N 

H 2 6/19/1988 F 1 D N 

H 2 6/23/1988 A 9 N 



H 2 8/25/1988 A 18 N 
H 2 8/31/1988 B 5 N 
H 2 9/29/1988 A 4 E 



s 


? 


6/10/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


? 


6/16/1988 B 


2 N 


H 


? 


7/06/1988 B 


5 P N D80 


s 


? 


7/15/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


9/05/1988 A 


11 P N D80 


S 


? 


2/23/1988 B 


1 P N B85 


H 


? 


5/22/1988 A 


14 N 


H 


? 


5/26/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


S 


? 


5/28/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


? 


5/29/1988 A 


1 P U H49 


H 


? 


5/30/1988 A 


1 P U H49 


H 


? 


5/30/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


? 


5/31/1988 A 


8 U H49 


H 


? 


6/01/1988 A 


1 P U H49 


S 


? 


6/01/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


? 


6/02/1988 A 


1 P U H49 


H 


2 


6/02/1988 A 


4 T T R56 



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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



BEFORE MOSCOW COCK CROWS THRICE, U.S. REPORTERS START NEW DAY 

MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION, UNIVERSITIES 
SOVIET SCHOLAR SAYS LEADERS ARISE TO MEET NEEDS OF THEIR TIMES 

MOSES CONE HOSPITAL (GREENSBORO, N.C) 
WOUNDED HAN WALKS OUT OF HOSPITAL 

MOSLEMS 

SEE MUSLIMS 

MOSQUITOES 

SEE ALSO INSECTS, PESTS 
SEE ALSO MALARIA 

WHITE FUNGUS MAY BE USED IN BATTLE AGAINST MOSQUITOES 

MOSQUITO SPRAYING UPSETS RESIDENTS _ 

PANEL REQUESTS REPORT ON USE OF INSECTICIDE 

SPRAYING CONCERNS COUNCIL MEMBER 

SPRAYING POLICY BUGS CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS 

COUNCIL BUGGED; GETS NO HEALTH BOARD REPORT 

MOSQUITO-CONTROL SPRAY CAUSES PROBLEMS 

COUNCILWOMAN GETS COMPLETE ANSWERS ON MOSQUITO SPRAYING 

PUBLIC NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT MOSQUITO BATTLES 

COUNCIL SAYS HALT INSECTICIDE SPRAYING 

BURCH AVENUE RESIDENTS STILL ABUZZ OVER COUNTY MOSQUITO SPRAYING PLAN 

HEALTH OFFICIAL BACKS SPRAYING 

LET THERE BE PEACE AT HOME 

HEALTH OFFICIAL OFFERS MOSQUITO TIPS 

GULLEY WARY OF OLD REPORT ON MALATHION 

3 TO FORM PA*L TO RAP MALATHION 

HEALTH BOARD TO HEAR CONCERNS ON MALATHION 

DIESEL SPRAYING HALTED IN ONSLOW 

BOARD DEFERS ACTION ON MOSQUITO SPRAYING 

STUDIES SAY MALATHION SPRAYING NOT LIKELY TO HARM HUMANS 

INDECISION POOR WAY TO HANDLE SPRAYING 

MALATHION SPRAYING DELAYED PENDING STUDY 

COUNTY SHOULD SETTLE SPRAYING DEBATE SOON 

MOST WANTED LIST (CRIMINALS) 

SEE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, MOST WANTED LIST 

MOTEL 6 

POLICE PROBE MOTEL MURDER 

WOMAN FOUND SLAIN IN DURHAM MOTEL 

MOTa 6 MURDER PROBED 

CAR FOUND; OWNED BY FEB. 12 MURDER VICTIM 

STATE OFFERS REWARD OF UP TO $5,000 IN MOTa 6 MURDER 

MOTEL INVESTMENTS LTD. 

WITTENBERG BUYS 131-ROOM DOWNTOWN INN 

MOTCLS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HOTELS.DURHAH 

SEE ALSO N.C. MOTEL ASSOCIATION 

HOME SALES DECLINE; STOCK JITTERS BLAMED 

AMERICAN AIRLINES, FUQUA TO SPONSOR 'VENTURE '88' 

OFFICE SPACE IN DURHAM IS FILLING UP 

NEW DURHAM BEST WESTERN MOTEL AT TRAVELERS WANTING STUDIO-SUITES 

CITY MAY MULL APPEAL OF REZONING DECISION 

4 AWARDED FOR PROPERTY 'TAKEN' BY CITY 
CITY COUNCIL SHOULD ADMIT ZONING ERROR 
WITTENBERG BUYS 131-ROOM DOWNTOWN INN 
AREA MOTELS GETTING CONVENTION BUSINESS 

MOTELS, N.C, 

SEE ALSO HOTELS, N.C. 
CITY LOSES IN ZONING COURT CASE 

FEDERAL COURT RULES MOTEL LIABLE IN ATTACK ON GUESTS 
INTERSTATE HIGHWAY, MOTEL CHAINS TAKE BUSINESS FROM SMALLER INNS 



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H 
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H 



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H 2 6/19/1988 B 3 U H49 

H 2 12/18/1988 C 5 P U H49 
S 1 9/15/1988 A 12 N 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 



6/29/1988 B 
7/12/1988 B 
7/19/1988 B 
7/19/1988 B 
7/21/1988 A 
7/22/1988 C 
7/22/1988 A 
7/22/1988 A 
7/23/1988 A 
7/26/1988 B 
7/26/1988 B 
7/27/1988 A 
7/28/1988 
7/28/1988 
8/10/1988 
8/11/1988 
8/12/1988 
8/14/1988 
8/19/1988 
8/20/1988 
8/22/1988 
9/23/1988 
9/28/1988 



2/12/1988 A 
2/13/1988 C 
2/13/1988 A 
2/23/1988 B 
7/14/1988 C 



8 
1 
1 

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

13 
1 
4 
4 
1 
4 



1 
1 
1 

16 
6 



N M06 
N S51 
N H70 
N H70 
N S51 
L 
L 
E 

N S51 
N H70 
N H70 
E 

N D22 
N H70 
N H70 
N N36 
N 

N H70 
L 
E 

N H65 
E 



N B53 
N A54 
N U82 
N 
N 



S 2 6/14/1988 A 1 P N W82 



1/03/1988 F 
1/04/1988 A 
1/10/1988 F 
2/07/1988 B 
3/22/1988 C 
3/31/1988 A 
4/04/1988 A 
6/14/1988 A 
9/04/1988 C 



1 D N 
9 N 
1 D N 
7 P U L41 

N 

N S82 

E 

N W82 

N K65 



H 2 3/22/1988 A 1 N S82 
H 1 4/09/1988 C 3 N 
H 1 12/01/1988 C 3 P N 



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mm $12?&I0N W PLAN IN HILLSBOROUGH INCLUDES MOTEL 
CATES LAUDS HOTEL PROJECT 



H 2 7/13/1988 A 1 M N R63 
CHH 1 11/05/1988 A 3 P N H90 



""W™ HOTKRS-IN-LAW, 



TAKING BAD JOKES IN GOOD HUMOR 



H 2 10/24/1988 A 6 U G78 



SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO SURROGATE MOTHERS 

<£E M-SO WOMEN, CAREERS 

MTHERHOOD^ WUSE A LOT OF STRESS 

^LIFETIME ^NURTURING) MRS, VILLINES HAS CARED FOR 43 FOSTER CHILDREN 
'LAP MOTHERS' HELP ROCkI COMFORT CHILDREN IN HOSPITAL 

Kmra^ncKK TO STAND TRIAL FOR BABY'S DEATH 

SWSHNSuiuEll CAREER WOMEN SOMETIMES FEEL PRESSURE TO MARRY 
SALUTE THE WORKING MOTHER 

HOSPITAL INCIDENT PROMPTS INDICTMENT 

Zk'ti&'V&W™* F*L OFF Ctt HOOD 
TWO KINDS OF DRUG HOTHERS 

MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNKEN DRIVING (MADD) 

Td H^^P^^K ca^aign mi 

UAKE GRADUATION PARTY AIMED AT CURBING DRINKING BY TIENS 
nVcT WRM COURT RULINGS MAY BRING DWI DISMISSALS 

P pSe^ SfS stop nut <■»_ 

MADD «S?S YOU TO 'TIE ONE ON » FOR ROAD SAFETY 
MADD PUSHES FOR SAFE HOLIDAYS ^ 
DRUNK DRIVING IS PLAGUE ON HOLIDAYS 

P^TO [^ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN PRISONS WILL LIKELY BE REPEATED 
MADD WANTS BANNERS BACK 
THEY'RE MADD ABOUT SIGNS 

Mt ^UHEN A MOTHER'S DAY ISN'T' SEMINARS SET FOR COPING WITH GRIEF 
BOYCOTT URGED OF 'MILK-FED' VEAL 
Moffi DAYGIFT GUIDE (SPECIAL SECTION) 
ARE YOU THAT HUNGRY? _ 
^^O^^^C^INKING OF YOU 
BIRTHDAYS EARLY MOTHER'S DAY 

MOTHER'S MILK 

SEE BREAST FEEDING 

MOTHERS OF THE YEAR, DURHAM 

^MERCH^S^ll^NOHINEES FOR MOTHERS OF THE YEAR 
MOTHERS OF THE YEAR 

MOTHERS OF TWINS CLUB, DURHAM-CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO INFANTS 



CHH 1 
CKH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



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



H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 



3/30/1988 B 
4/07/1988 A 
5/06/1988 B 
6/22/1988 B 
7/27/1988 A 
7/29/1988 B 
7/30/1988 A 
8/19/1988 
9/05/1988 
9/12/1988 
9/22/1988 
9/27/1988 
10/28/1988 
11/03/1988 
11/05/1988 



1 
4 
1 
8 
4 
9 
4 
6 
4 

12 
1 
3 
4 

12 
4 



4/21/1988 
5/02/1988 
5/03/1988 
5/06/1988 
5/06/1988 
5/09/1988 



N 

L 
P F 659 
P N A80 

E 

N 

E 
D F S56 

E 

N 

N M70 

N H90 

E 

N 

E 



1/05/1988 A 
1/28/1988 A 
3/11/1988 A 
3/15/1988 A 
4/18/1988 C 
4/20/1988 A 
4/28/1988 C 
6/07/1988 B 
9/26/1988 A 
10/06/1988 B 
11/11/1988 B 
11/30/1988 A 
12/02/1988 A 
12/02/1988 B 
12/03/1988 C 
12/23/1988 A 
12/23/1988 A 
12/26/1988 A 



5/09/1988 B 



Oil 



G59 



S27 
T37 
046 



11 

4 
1 
4 
16 
6 
5 



N 

L 

A 

L 

N 

U G78 

N 



S 2 2/16/1988 A 
H 2 2/19/1988 A 
H 2 4/24/1988 E 



7 N 
6 N 
1 P F S56 



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SEE ALSO TWINS 
HAVING TWINS 

MOTION PICTURES 
SEE FILM INDUSTRY 

MOTLEY CRUE (MUSIC GROUP) 

BAND MANAGER PROPOSES ALTERNATIVE SENTENCE 
ROCK BANDS' MANAGER SENTENCED 

MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, PROPERTY TAXES 
SEE ALSO LICENSE PLATES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

PANEL STUDYING WAYS TO COLLECT VEHICLE TAXES 

PANEL SAYS PRISON ALTERNATIVES COULD SAVE *5 MILLION 

VANCE BILLS RELEASED, PASSED BY LEGISLATURE 

FOOD TAX IDEA HASN'T MUCH OF A CHANCE 

PLAN PROPOSED TO COLLECT VEHICLE TAXES 

FINE FOR FAILING TO LIST VEHICLES DRAWS CRITICISM 

MOTORCYCLE DEATHS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, MOTORCYCLE 
BOY. 12, DIES AFTER MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT 
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 
MOTORCYCLE DRIVER IS KILLED IN ACCIDENT NEAR BURLINGTON 
MOTORCYCLIST KILLED IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 
ALAMANCE MOTORCYCLIST KILLED IN COLLISION 

MOTORCYCLE GANGS 

SEE ALSO CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLISTS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO GANGS 

MINISTER TO BIKERS FITS RIGHT IN SCENE 

THE REV. SAYS HE LIKES TO 'REV' 

'RIDING FOR THE SON' ; CHRISTIAN BIKER MINISTERS FROM HIS MOTORCYCLE 

MOTORCYCLE RACING 

MOTORBIKE-RACING BROTHERS TAKE TOP HONORS 
POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH RACING 

MOTORCYCLES 

SEE ALSO CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLISTS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO DIRT BIKES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM POLICE DEPT., MOTORCYCLES 

SEE ALSO HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES 

SEE ALSO HELMETS 

MOTORCYCLE CHASE LEADS TO CHARGES 

'RIDING FOR THE SON' j CHRISTIAN BIKER MINISTERS FROM HIS MOTORCYCLE 

HARDWARE STORE BREAK-IN PROBED 

ARREST FOLLOWS MOTORCYCLE CHASE (CORRECTION PRINTED 7-1-88) 

TWO-WHEEL NAP 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

POLICE LOG/MOTORCYCLE STOLEN IN HILLSBOROUGH 

SHELBY COMPANY TOP BUILDER OF MOTOCROSS BIKES 

TROOPER HURT IN ACCIDENT AT GREENSBORO 

TROOPER DIES AFTER WRECK DURING MOTORCYCLE CHASE 

FLYING, LIFTING AND TWIRLING! THE PLIGHT OF THE MALE DANCER 

OVER 5,000 HARLEY RIDERS HOLDING RALLY AT ASHEVILLE 

MOTORCYCLIST LEADS POLICE ON CHASE 

HELMET LAW SAVES PAIN, COSTS 

INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM CAN BE RISKY AND OFTEN EXPENSIVE 

MOTORCYCLES, THEFTS 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, THEFTS 
POLICE LOG/MOTORCYCLE TAKEN FROM CEDAR GROVE 
POLICE LOG/MOTORCYCLE, PHONE REPORTED STOLEN 



H 2 5/08/1988 E 1 P F S56 



S 2 4/05/1988 A 7 N 
H 2 4/26/1988 C 2 N 



H 


2 1/15/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 6/08/1988 B 


16 


N 


H 


1 7/07/1988 B 


1 


N L40 


CHH 1 9/10/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/17/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 12728/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 3/29/1988 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 3/31/1988 D 


6 





H 


2 4/18/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 5/16/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 5/16/1988 C 


2 


N 080 


H 


2 5/18/1988 C 


14 


N R53 


H 


2 6/12/1988 C 


2 





H 


2 8/20/1988 C 


14 





H 


2 10/31/1988 C 


4 


N 



H 2 3/29/1988 C 5 N 
S 2 4/09/1988 A 6 N 
S 2 5/04/1988 B 1 P F 659 



1/05/1988 B 
11/19/1988 C 



5 P U A76 
4 N 



H 2 1/31/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 2 5/04/1988 B 


1 P F G59 


H 1 6/28/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 2 6/29/1988 B 


9 


N 


CHH 1 6/29/1988 A 


1 P P L38 


H 2 7/01/1988 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 7/07/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 1 7/13/1988 B 


9 


N 


S 2 7/22/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 2 7/23/1988 C 


7 


N 


CHH 1 8/04/1988 A 


3 


U L41 


H 2 8/27/1988 C 


6 


N 


S 2 11/23/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 2 12/21/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 2 12/22/1988 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 7/12/1988 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 7/24/1988 A 


3 


N 



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POLICE LOG/MOTORCYCLE STOLEN IN CHAPELHILL 
POLICE LOG/MOTORCYCLE TAKEN FROM APARTMENT LOT 

"""raumfcDNasBKiBa may ok bids for portable radios, pagers 
^disSLity'dcesn't interrupt family string of firefighting 

TRUCK STRIKES SCHOOLBUSi 8 INJURED 
BUS-TRUCK CRASH INJURES 11 PEOPLE 

^^JtSffimSFn** TO COOKATE 122ND HOMECOMI* 
»' ^Cffi »TfcT C S^ ,C,) 

m ' C fS3k K'Sr^u^SE of u*d fck sam. 

^JORdInVtURNS TO HOMETOWN OF MOUNT GILEAD 

MOUNT HERMON BAPTIST CHURCH 
CHURCH OFFERS COURSE 

^MOWA^ClStRAINING TO SCALE THE BIG DC 

^ECXOgIsT SAYS WOOLLY ADELGIDS, NOT POLLUTION, KILLING FRASER FIRS 
HEED THE PROPHETS ON THE MOUNTAIN 

^i&WX&km' TURKEY TO MAKE GRILLED SAUSAGES 

MOUNT XIVE COLLEGE _ 

MT. OLIVE 93, MARS HILL 85 

MOUNT SYLVAN BRASS ENSEMBLE 

BRASS ENSEMBLE _ ,_, 
DURHAM OBSERVES ARBOR UEEK 

MOUNT SYLVAN RURITAN CLUB 
SEE ALSO RURITAN CLUBS 

^gJSS&^oF^SOT RAPS INCREASES IN COMY BUDGET 

^^F^ffi B DmACED^E IN GR^T^SCW KLIEK UGHTNIK3 STRIKES TWICE 

MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH 
SPIRITUAL DEBUTANTES 
SPIRITUAL DEBUTANTES 

^^a^teTS joy or k^ful *m*P 

MOUNTAIN BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES „„___ 
SEE ALSO OFF-ROAD VEHICLES 
MOUNTAIN BICYCLING 

MOUNTAIN CLIMBING 
SEE ALSO ADVENTURE 

^AIN^lKlNING TO SCALE THE BIG K 

MOUNTAIN DANCE AND FOLK FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO FOLK DANCING 



S I T 
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CHH 1 9/11/1988 A 3 N 
CHH 1 12/03/1988 A 10 N 



S 2 1/09/1988 C 1 N M06 



H 2 1/04/1988 B 5 N 
S 2 5/26/1988 A 2 N 
H 2 5/27/1988 A 11 N 



CHH 1 8/13/1988 A 5 N 

CHH 1 11/19/1988 A 4 E 

H 1 7/12/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 11/11/1988 B 5 N 

S 2 3/03/1988 A 10 N 

H 2 4/03/1988 B 10 N 

H 2 8/31/1988 B 5 P N 

CHH 1 11/13/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 4/21/1988 C 2 U 

H 2 2/21/1988 C 2 N 

S 2 2/08/1988 A 3 P P C45 
S 2 2/15/1988 A 2 P N C45 



S 2 1/13/1988 B 1 P P S73 

S 2 7/15/1988 C 1 P N M06 

H 2 4/03/1988 A 1 P Q T33 

S 2 5/14/1988 A 5PP m 

S 2 5/21/1988 A 5 P P T32 

H 2 12/07/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 12/21/1988 C 1 N K65 



H 2 3/25/1988 A 6 P F S5A 



H 2 4/03/1988 B 10 N 



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SUBJECTS 



APPLACHIANS TAKE TO THE STAGE 

MOUNTAINS 

SEE ALSO APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS 

SEE ALSO ROAN MOUNTAIN „ t in ^^ 

MOUNTAINS SHORT 5 FEET OF RAINFALL IN LAST 3 1/2 YEARS 

FOR A MOUNTAINTOP EXPERIENCE 

COMPANY PLANS EXCURSION TRAIN IN N.C. MOUNTAINS 

DRY SUMMER MAY DULL FALL COLORS 

MOUNTAINEERS BRACE FOR FOLIAGE FANCIERS 

HIKER, 25, STILL LOST IN MOUNTAINS 

MOUNTAIN LODGING SCARCE AS FALL FOLIAGE EXPLODES 

MOST VALUABLE TOOL IN MOUNTAINS IS COMMON SENSE 

TIPS OFFERED FOR MOUNTAIN TRIPS 

MOURNING 

SEE ALSO DEATH 
SEE ALSO GRIEF 

SUPPORT GROUP STARTS FOR WIDOUED PERSONS 

ADULTS MUST HELP CHILDREN MOURN 

MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA <PLAY) 

FULL TREATMENT FOR O'NEILL'S AMERICAN MYTH 

•MOURNING' PATRONS OFFERED MENUS 

PLAYMAKERS OPENS EPIC O'NEILL 'ELECTRA' 

IT MAS REMINISCENT OF 'DINNER ON THE GROUNDS' 

PLAYMAKERS' 'ELECTRA' ELECTRIFYING 

PLAYMAKERS HAVE A TRIUMPH IN 'ELECTRA' _ 

...PLAYMAKERS REPERTORY COMPANY... MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA. 



MOUSE TRAPS 
SEE ALSO MICE 
RATHER THAN WRITE, 



PRIZE-WINNING STUDENT BUILDS BETTER MOUSETRAP 



MOVIE RATINGS 

SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO TELEVISION RATINGS 

PUT PG MOVIE ADS aSEWHERE 

ANTI-DRUG FILM MAY BE SHOWN IN FALL 

MOVIE THEATERS 

SEE ALSO THEATERS, N.C, 
PRICES THEATERS CHARGING FOR SNACKS SHOCK MOVIEGOER 

MOVING AND STORAGE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM TRANSFER AND STORAGE, INC. 

SEE ALSO MOVING COMPANIES _ ^ 

EXPERTS SOLVE PROBLEMS, EASE STRESS FOR EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE RELOCATED 

MOVING COMPANIES 

SEE ALSO MOVING AND STORAGE 
IT SEEMS LIKE EVERYBODY IS MOVING TO DURHAM THESE DAYS 

MR. DID 

PREPARING FOR PARADE 

MR. HOAGIE (NINTH STREET) 

MAN WANTED IN ILLINOIS ARRESTED 

MR. K0A6IE (WELLONS VILLAGE) 

RESTAURANT ROBBED IN WELLONS VILLAGE 

MR. RAINBOW THE CLOWN 
SEE ALSO CLOWNS 
MR. RAINBOW'S JOB IS CLOWNING AROUND 

MRAZEK BILL 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL RIGHTS 
SACRIFICING THE ANIMALS 
ANIMAL RESEARCH NECESSARY 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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H 2 7/29/1988 D 13 P F W66 



6/16/1988 C 

7/22/1988 A 

8/04/1988 D 

9/07/1988 B 

9/30/1988 D 

10/09/1983 B 

10/21/1988 A 

11/04/1988 C 

11/04/1988 C 



7 
4 
6 
2 
9 
14 
6 
2 
2 



N 

U G33 
N 



C19 



2 4/12/1988 B 1 D F G59 
2 10/11/1988 B 1 P F 659 



1/15/1988 D 
1/28/1988 D 
1/29/1988 D 
2/02/1988 A 
2/04/1988 D 
2/05/1988 D 
2/14/1988 D 



F W66 
N 
N 

U H45 
R B71 
R P10 
P 



H 2 1/04/1988 B 5 N 



H 2 3/17/1988 A 4 L 
S 2 7/28/1988 A 1 P N M06 



S 2 9/06/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 8/14/1988 F 1 D N C44 

H 2 8/22/1988 A 6 U GTS 

S 2 11/05/1988 A 8 P P C45 

H 2 1/14/1988 B 8 N 

H 2 6/12/1988 C 9 N 

H 2 11/26/1988 B 1 P P T37 



H 2 1/15/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 1/22/1988 A 4 L 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



DON'T USE POUND ANIMALS 

MRS. PENNYFEATHERS PLAYED 

I BaiEVE IN MAKE-BELIEVE „ AurBnll 
JUNIOR LEAGUE HONORS MARY J^ CAMERON 
FROM'CINDERELLA' TO MRS. PENNYFEATHER 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (PLAY) 
SEE ALSO SHAKESPEAREAN PLAYS 
'MUCH ADO' ON STAGE THURSDAY 



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H 2 2/18/1988 A 4 L 



2/20/1988 A 
3/08/1988 A 
3/15/1988 D 



5 P P T37 

6 P U H15 
4 P F H45 



H 1 4/20/1988 C 1 N 



MUD 



MUD BATH 

MUD DAUBER 

HAPPY MUDDERS DAY 



'"tf&TMVBMHfl* HIGH ROAD 

^™ fcwSWlNG, TODWgLMS ON CAMPAIGNS 

HARDISON TV COMMERCIALS UPSET PROSECUTORS 

VVSHER HARK AD, DEAR? (CARTOON) 

YELLOW DOGS NOT FAMILY SECRETS 

MUD-SLINGING UEDDING 

BEYOND CAMPAIGN MUD 

CAMPAIGN YAWNS ENDING? 

GOATS, BOATS HIGHLIGHT BITTER LT. GOVERNOR RACE 
RAND SAYS HE'LL SUE GARDNER OVER AD 
ADS MAY DECIDE CONTEST 

MUFFL LOUD MUFFLER LEADS POLICE TO ROBBERY SUSPECTS 

^ASSAULTS, DURHAM 
SEE ASSAULTS, N.C. 
SEE ASSAULTS, U.S. 

MUIRHEAD PLAZA 

WHAT A DAY FOR A WALK 
SPRING FEVER? 
FOUNTAIN OF FOAM 



S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



4/30/1988 A 8 P P _ . 
8/18/1988 A 1 P P T37 
8/18/1988 B 1 P P T37 



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S 
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MULES 



MULCHING WARDS OFF GRASSHOPPERS 

'THE MULE'S THE LEADER,' SAYS WAYNESVILLE WOMAN OF BARNYARD INTRUDERS 
LimEHOLIDAY INHICKORY BRINGS CHRISTMAS MULE 
UASWNCTON THE CHRISTMAS KJLE COKES TO FROG LEVEL 



MULLEIN 

SEE ALSO FOLK MEDICINE 
MULLEIN USED AS MEDICINE 

MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES 

^ S SEES N VIDEOTAF€ % MAN CHARGED IN MURDER ASSUMING VOICE OF SATAN 
SRORS SEE 10 'FACES' OF SUSPECT „ 

FlffijTOR SUGGESTS MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES FAKED , 
PFJ^N^mES^OSSEKING* DEFENDANT PARADED AT TRIAL 
PSrattATOST SAYsllMEr KNEW RIGHT FROM WRONG 



CHH 1 



1/09/1988 A 
1/12/1988 B 
4/25/1988 A 
4/30/1988 
5/15/1988 
5/23/1988 
8/24/1988 
9/08/1988 
10/28/1988 B 
10/28/1988 C 
10/28/1988 
10/31/1988 
11/03/1988 
11/05/1988 
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N 

N H70 
N H65 
J Oil 
N L40 
N 
N S17 



CHH 1 10/19/1988 A 3 N R63 



2 2/03/1988 B 3 P P T37 
2 2/03/1988 A 1 P P T37 
2 9/06/1988 B 1 P P M66 



MULCHING 

SE AP^NGTffi'cKvE YOU TIME - AND RUIN PLANTS IF DONE TO EXCESS H 
PINE STRAW HASBECOME LUCRATIVE INDUSTRY IN N.C. _ H 

BLACK PLASTIC, NOTBLACK MAGIC, SECRET OF LUSH GARDEN 



2 5/22/1988 E 

2 5/26/1988 C 

2 7/16/1988 C 

CHH 1 9/18/1988 A 



14 U B56 

6 N 

1 N 

10 F 



H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



8/26/1988 B 4 N 
9/08/1988 A 3 U L41 
9/12/1988 A 3 U L41 



S 2 7/22/1988 B 3 F 



2 11/12/1988 B 
2 11/17/1988 C 
2 11/20/1988 A 
2 11/22/1988 B 
2 11/23/1988 D 



3 P N 

3 N 
14 N 

2 N 

4 N 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



VA, MAN FOUND GUILTY OF DEATH OF DAUGHTER 

JURY TO DECIDE FATE OF MAN CONVICTED IN DAUGHTER'S DEATH 

JUDGE MAY RULE TODAY ON MOTIONS IN MURDER TRIAL SENTENCING PHASE 

JURY IS DELIBERATING SENTENCE FOR BONNEY 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 

ANOTHER MEESE MESS 
FEAR OVER COMPASSION 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS WON'T STOP HER „ 

VARIED TRADITION WAS STRONG POINT OF A REAL JAZZ 'PARTY' 
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS CAUSED BY TEETH FILLINGS — SINGER 
STUDENTS TO RAISE MONEY FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 
DRAWING FOR A GOOD CAUSE 
PICTIONARY PARTY 

MUMMIES 

SEE ALSO EGYPT 
THE PHARAOH'S RICHES 

MUNCHAUSEN SYNDROME 

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

BIZARRE SYNDROME CREATES DESPERATE URGE TO SUFFER PAIN 

MUNICIPAL BONDS 

SEE ALSO BOND MARKETS 
BOND TAX WOULD HIKE CITY EXPENSES 

MitNTPTPAL EMPLOYEES N C 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 
MS. MARKHAM IS CERTIFIED MUNICIPAL CLERK 

MURALS 

'SAURS 'COME ALIVE' IN MALL MURAL 

DINOSAURS TO PROMOTE LITERACY 

SPREADING THE WORD 

ART FROM THE HEART 

•LIVING MURAL' CELEBRATES WORKERS _ 

SKYLIGHT EXCHANGE SPONSORS CONTEST TO BRIGHTEN WALLS OF 'RHYTHM ALLEY' 

MURDER, CARRBORO 

ONE MAN FATALLY SHOT, ONE STABBED IN FIGHT 
MAN TO FACE MURDER TRIAL 
CONSTRUCTION WORKER INDICTED FOR APRIL KILLING 
CARRBORO POLICE LOOKING FOR LEADS IN MURDER CASE 
VICTIM HAD HOUSE GUESTS BEFORE KILLING 
POLICE SEARCH FOR MOTIVE, CLUES IN KNIFE SLAYING 
POLICE ISSUE WARRANT FOR MURDER SUSPECT 
POLICE ARREST MAN IN CARRBORO SLAYING 

MURDER, CHAPEL HILL 

MRS. WOOD'S TRIAL IN HUSBAND'S DEATH GOES TO JURY TODAY 
CONVICTED KILLER'S SENTENCE REDUCED 

MURDER, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., MURDER 

POLICE: LATE-NIGHT CROWDS DON'T ALWAYS SPELL TROUBLE 

1987 CITY. COUNTY HOMICIDES DOWN FROM 1986 

DURHAM DEATH PROBED 

INVESTIGATORS PROBE SLAYING 

DEFENDANT IN GILLIE MURDER CONVICTED OF SETTING FIRE 

WIFE IS CHARGED WITH MURDER IN DURHAM 

DURHAM WOMAN CHARGED WITH MURDERING HUSBAND 

GRAND JURY INDICTS TEEN IN FATAL WRECK 

MAN HELD IN MURDER CASE WALKS OUT OF JAIL ANNEX 

MANCUSO'S CONVICTION UPHELD BY HIGH COURT 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

SELECTION OF JURORS BEGINS IN 2ND UPSHUR MURDER TRIAL 

JURY SELECTION RESUMES IN UPSHUR MURDER TRIAL 



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2 11/27/1988 B 4 N 

2 11/29/1988 B 6 N 

2 11/30/1988 A 17 N 



4/19/1988 A 
9/12/1988 A 
9/29/1988 A 
10/04/1988 B 
10/10/1988 D 
12/01/1988 C 
12/07/1988 B 
12/08/1988 A 



S66 



T32 
T32 



H 2 7/15/1988 D 12 P F W66 



CHH 1 8/26/1988 A 6 U 



S 2 4/21/1988 A 1 N H70 



S 2 12/21/1988 C 11 N 



s 


2 


2/10/1988 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


2/12/1988 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


2/13/1988 A 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 


5/01/1988 A 


1 P P C45 


H 


2 


5/11/1988 A 


6 P F S56 


CHH 1 


8/13/1988 A 


5 


N M25 


H 


2 


4/19/1988 B 


1 


N 080 


H 


3 


5/26/1988 B 


1 


N 080 


CHH 1 


7/07/1988 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 


12/28/1988 A 


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N M70 


CHH 1 12/29/1988 A 


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N M70 


CHH 1 


12/30/1988 A 


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1 


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2/11/1988 B 


1 


N W27 


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2/16/1988 B 


1 


N 080 


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2 


1/01/1988 C 


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H 


2 


1/10/1988 A 


13 D N M51 


S 


2 


1/11/1988 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/12/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/13/1988 B 


10 


N 


S 


2 


1/18/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/19/1988 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


1/20/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 C 


3 


N A54 


H 


2 


2/04/1988 B 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


2/08/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/09/1988 C 


9 


N S82 


S 


2 


2/09/1988 C 


1 


N B53 



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8 JURORS SEATED IN UPSHUR HURDE^ASSAULT T* 1 * 1 - 
11 JURORS CHOSEN FOR UPSHUR MURDER TRIAL 
REGULAR JURORS SEATED FOR TRIAL 
ALTERNATE NEEDED FOR UPSHUR JURY 

S 3H & Wal HAY BE DELAYED 

K^^^W^I* TILL MONDAY 

tiffi&W SED. '*'S TRYING TO KILL ME!' 

TESTIMONY BEGINS ON NURSE'S SLAYING 

JURY RETURNS TWO MURDER BTOCTfflmi 

CHILD TESTIFIES UPSHUR 'HURT ME... WITH A KNIFE' 

JK^ SBI fflS^S&B « UP8HUR Dtt 
UPSHUR KsTOLD TO CONTINUE DELIBERATIONS 
JURYCOWICTS UPSHUR ON RAPE CHARGE 

%?&g?WJRa. 12 MURDER VICTIM 
UPSHJRSENTENCED TO LIFE PLUS 10 YEARS 

^SOUGHT IN DEATH OF DURHAM WOMAN 
TRAfSwL'S PLEA GETS PROBATION IN SLAYING 
UOMANSWT DEADWHILE TALKING ON PHONE 
MINTED FOR QUESTIONING IN MURDER PROBE 

lS&D^ «$ IN MURDER CASE 

SaSS^iS SSSSoM IN F1LICE STATEMENT 
MAN772, WIFE, 45, PLEAD GUILTY IN MURDER SOLICITATION CASE 

jM&ffi^S^ IN OTHER VIOLENCE 

CRIME UP 7 PERCENT IN CITY 

Km 1 ^ ScId'TO ffi IN PRISON FOR ATTEMPTED ROBBERY 

Sounded man diesT^others still sought^ 

S*0TTNG VICTIMJIESi POLICE^K 2 BROTHERS 
ONE SLAYING SUSPECT TURNS HIMSELF IN 

ESS SJKrkE!* W DEATH OF BOYFRIEND 
^YEAr33lD9CTTO DEATH, POLICE CWARGE GIRLFRIEND 

W SSS^ Kn&^TeSy DEAL (CORRECTED 3-18-88) 

KIuSTCCTSJRrW TO Cf^OJTY OFFI^ 
DURHAM MAN SHOT TO DEATH; OFFICERS ARREST WOMAN 
WOMAN CHARGED WITH KILLING MAN 
COUPLE GIVEN PROBATION, FINE FOR MURDER PLOT 
DEFENSE MOVES TO AVERT DEATH PENALTY IN CASE wmmMnm 
ROBBINS GETS TWO NEW LAWYERS FOR RESENTENCING HEARING 
DEATH^PENALTY ARGUMENTS DELAYED INMURDER CASE 
DEATH PENALTY ARGUMENTS ARE POSTPONED 

«s^ ymvn m 

inUnUMH Kll*TsENTENCE OF 20 YEARS 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPfERS „,_,_,, 

DURHAM HIGH COACH'S WIDOW INDICTED 
POPE PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO MURDER 

BBUnVnfiHkni &EATH OF HUSBAND 

StS^ Sd ALg, gg 
MRS. STAGER'S FIRST HUSBAND ALSO SHOT 

K ^^^i^S^shKS^igh team, friends 

dS ICMANGETS SI> ; YEARS ilK STABBING DEATH OF BOYFRIEND 



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2 2/11/1988 C 


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N B53 


H 


2 2/12/1988 B 


7 


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2 2/12/1988 A 


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N B53 


S 


2 2/12/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 2/13/1988 C 


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N A54 


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2 2/13/1988 C 


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N 


s 


2 2/13/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


S 


2 2/15/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 2/16/1988 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 2/16/1988 A 


12 


N 


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2 2/17/1988 B 


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N S82 


H 


2 2/18/1988 B 


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N S82 


H 


2 2/19/1988 C 


1 


N S82 


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2 2/19/1988 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 2/20/1988 A 


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N S82 


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2 2/20/1988 A 


1 P N 


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2 2/23/1988 B 


16 


N 


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2 2/23/1988 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 2/24/1988 A 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 2/24/1988 C 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 2/27/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 2/28/1988 B 


10 


N 


S 


2 2/29/1988 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 3/01/1988 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 3/01/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 3/01/1988 B 


10 P N M51 


S 


2 3/01/1988 A 


3 


N B53 


H 


2 3/02/1988 C 


7 


N 


s 


2 3/03/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 3/05/1988 C 


3 


N S82 


H 


2 3/08/1988 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 3/08/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 3/09/1988 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 3/09/1988 C 


1 


N M51 


s 


2 3/09/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 3/11/1988 C 


3 


N S32 


S 


2 3/12/1988 C 


1 


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H 


2 3/13/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 3/14/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 3/14/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 3/14/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 3/15/1988 B 


2 


N 


s 


2 3/15/1988 A 


3 


N B53 


H 


2 3/16/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 3/18/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 3/20/1988 B 


3 


N 


s 


2 3/21/1988 A 




P N B53 


H 


2 3/22/1988 B 




P N M51 


H 


2 3/22/1988 B 




N S82 


H 


2 3/23/1988 B 




N S82 


H 


2 3/23/1988 B 




N S82 


s 


2 3/23/1988 C 




N B85 


H 


2 3/24/1988 B 




N S82 


s 


2 3/28/1988 C 




N B53 


H 


2 3/29/1988 C 




N S82 


s 


2 3/29/1988 B 




N B53 


H 


2 3/30/1988 C 




N S82 


H 


2 4/04/1988 C 




N 


H 


2 4/19/1988 A 




N S82 


H 


2 4/19/1988 B 




H 


H 


2 4/19/1988 B 




N 


S 


2 4/19/1988 A 




N B53 


H 


2 4/20/1988 C 




N 


H 


2 4/20/1988 A 




N M51 


H 


2 4/20/1988 A 




N S82 


H 


2 4/20/1988 A 


S 


N S82 


H 


2 4/20/1988 A 


8 


N M51 


H 


2 4/21/1988 C 


9 


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MON THL Y / 



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



SUBJECTS 



COACH NOT SHOT AT CLOSE RANGE 

AUTOPSY FINDINGS ON DURHAM COACH CONTRADICT WIDOW 

WOMAN SENTENCED FOR BOYFRIEND'S DEATH 

INFANT MURDER TRIAL SET MONDAY 

STAGER JURY TO RECEIVE OPTION OF DEATH PENALTY 

JURORS SOUGHT FOR MURDER TRIAL 

STAGER COUPLE HAD BEAUTIFUL RELATIONSHIP 

MANSLAUGHTER PLEA TAKEN IN DEATH OF 9-ttONTH-OLD 

DUKE DOCTOR SAYS CHILD'S INJURIES SHOW HE PROBABLY DIDN'T DIE FROM... 

COURT APPOINTS TWO LAWYERS FOR WIFE OF DURHAM COACH 

STAGER SEEKS COUNSEL, CLAIMING INDIGENCY 

MAN GETS 5 YEARS FOR BABY'S DEATH 

MRS. STAGER'S ARRAIGNMENT SET MAY 16 

GRAND JURY INDICTS TWO IN SHOOTING 

MOTHER WAS FALSELY ACCUSED OF MURDER 

WOMAN TELLS JURY HOW BOYFRIEND WAS SHOT 

WITNESSES DESCRIBE FATAL SHOOTING OUTSIDE RESTAURANT 

DEFENSE WITNESSES DIFFER ON DETAILS OF FATAL SHOOTING 

JURORS DELIBERATING IN MURDER TRIAL 

MRS. STAGER DENIfD REDUCTION OF BOND 

LIFE SENTENCE UPHELD IN MURDER CASE 

EDGERTON SENTENCED TO 3 YEARS IN SHOOTING 

JUDGE DENIES BOND REDUCTION FOR MRS. STAGER 

MAN FOUND GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER, GETS 3-YEAR TERM 

CITY CRIME RATE UP SLIGHTLY IN QUARTER 

NEW ARRAIGNMENT DATE SET FOR MRS. STAGER 

PARENTS. FAMILY FRIENDS POST BOND TO GET COACH'S WIDOW OUT OF JAIL 

MAN GETS 9 YEARS IN DEATH, 3 THEFTS 

MAN DRAWS 20 YEARS IN DEATH 

COACH STAGER'S WIFE SET FOR ARRAIGNMENT 

ARRAIGNMENT FOR MRS. STAGER IS POSTPONED 

MRS. STAGER'S ARRAIGNMENT IS POSTPONED _ 

RULING EXPECTED TODAY ON DEFENSE MOTION IN DEATH PENALTY CASE 

JUDGE DENIES MOTION FOR ROBBINS 

MAN SENTENCED TO 15 YEARS 

JUDGE DENIES SEALED MOTION 

15-YEAR JAIL TERM GIVEN FOR SLAYING 

MRS. STAGER'S LAWYERS WANT TO MOVE TRIAL 

MOTION SEEKS TO MOVE PENDING STAGER TRIAL 

WOMAN INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGE 

MRS. STAGER'S LAWYERS SAY EXCLUDE EVIDENCE 

MAN GETS 15 YEARS FOR FATAL SHOOTING 

JUDGE TO RULE ON STATEMENTS BY MURDER DEFENDANT 

MAN GETS SIX-YEAR TERM IN MURDER CASE 

BEATEN BOY DIES; MOM'S BOYFRIEND CITED FOR MURDER 

AUTOPSY INDICATES TODDLER RECEIVED VIOLENT SHAKING 

POLICE SAY MAN'S DEATH HOMICIDE 

STATE OFFERS REWARD OF UP TO $5,000 IN MOTEL 6 MURDER 

CAUSE OF MAN'S DEATH RULED MURDER 

DURHAM POLICE SEEK KILLER, MOTIVE IN SLAYING OF HOMELESS MAN 

FOUR SHOOTINGS LEAVE ONE DEAD AND FIVE INJURED 

MCDOWELL FACES NEW CHARGE IN MURDER CASE OF MRS. GILLIE 

ACCUSED BANE-HAYES KILLER INDICTED AGAIN 

TEEN-AGER DRAWS 10 YEARS IN MAN'S STABBING DEATH 

DEATH PENALTY TO BE SOUGHT IN MURDER CASE 

DOCTOR SAYS DEFENDANT COMPETENT TO STAND TRIAL 

DEFENSE INVESTIGATOR FUNDS OK'D BY JUDGE IN MRS. STAGER'S CASE 

JURY SELECTION UNDER WAY IN MCDOWELL MURDER TRIAL 

MCDOWELL'S INSANITY DEFENSE WITHDRAWN 

'HE SAID HE WAS GLAD HE K ILLED HIM,' WITNESS TESTIFIES TO COURT 

JUROR SEATED IN MURDER TRIAL 

WITNESS SAYS VICTIM THREATENED DEFENDANT 

JURY DELIBERATIONS CONTINUE TODAY IN HESTER'S MURDER TRIAL 

FIVE JURORS SEATED FOR MURDER TRIAL 

HESTER SENTENCED IN MURDER CASE 

THREE MORE JURORS FOR MCDOWELL TRIAL 

HESTER GETS 25 YEARS IN PRISON IN MURDER CASE 

PRE-TRIAL MOTIONS FOR POPE BEGIN 

LAWYERS SEEK TO SUPPRESS SUN IN MURDER CASE 

LAWYER FOR MCDOWELL ACCUSES DA OF BIAS IN EXCLUDING BLACKS FROM JURY 



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4/22/1988 A 
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4/25/1988 A 
4/25/1988 
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4/26/1988 
4/26/1988 
4/27/1988 
4/27/1988 
4/27/1988 
5/03/1988 
5/03/1988 
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5/17/1988 
5/20/1988 
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6/01/1988 
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6/17/1988 C 
6/17/1988 
6/17/1988 
6/18/1988 
6/18/1988 
6/25/1988 
6/25/1988 
6/28/1988 
6/28/1988 B 
6/28/1988 B 
7/01/1988 C 
7/06/1988 B 
7/11/1988 B 
7/12/1988 B 
7/13/1988 A 
7/14/1988 C 
7/14/1988 C 
7/14/1988 C 
7/17/1988 B 
7/19/1988 A 
7/20/1988 B 
7/21/1988 C 
8/02/1988 B 
8/02/1988 8 
8/03/1988 B 
8/09/1988 A 
8/10/1988 B 
8/10/1988 B 
8/10/1988 C 
8/10/1988 C 
8/11/1988 B 
8/11/1988 B 
8/11/1988 A 
8/12/1988 B 
8/12/1988 C 
8/12/1988 A 
8/13/1988 C 
8/13/1988 C 



1 
1 

11 
8 
1 
1 
4 
1 
8 
3 
1 
1 
8 
8 
4 
6 

10 
1 

15 
1 
5 
1 
1 

10 
7 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

10 

14 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
7 
1 
8 
1 
5 
1 
1 
1 
6 
6 
1 
1 
1 
9 
1 
1 
1 
9 
1 
1 
8 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
8 
1 
1 
1 
1 



N B53 
N 
N 

N S82 
N B53 
N B53 
L 

N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N B53 
N 
N 
L 

N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
N 

N B53 
N B53 
N S82 
N M51 
N 

N S82 
N B53 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N 

N S82 
N B53 
N B53 
N S82 
N 

N S82 
N B53 
N 

N S82 
N 

N B53 
N 

N M51 
N M51 
N B53 
N 
N 

N B53 
N M51 
N B53 
N C47 
N B53 
N 582 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N B53 
N SS2 
N 

N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



S U 6 J E 



2 REGULAR JURORS REMAIN TO BE SEATED FOR TRIAL 

STORE CLERK FOUND SLAIN 

FOOD STORE OWNER SHOT TO DEATH 

DEATH STALKED 'JOE,* A HARD, HARD WORKER 

CITY'S REPORTED CRIME UP 2.7 PERCENT 

SeTjIn S^ffloZ INDICTED FOR HURICR 
12TH JUROR CHOSEN FOR MURDER TRIAL 

UITNESsIatS MCDOWE^S PISTOL BEFOgSLAYING 
MCDOWELL DISPLAYED PISTOL BEFORE SLAYING-WITNESSES 

DOCTOR: 2 GUNSHOTS KILLED MRS. GILLIE 

JUDGE TO RULE ON CONFESSION IN MURDER TRIAL 
EXraTJ MCDOWELL PISTOL, BULLETSIttTCH 

EX-CELLMATE TESTIFIES AGAINST MCDOWELL 

DEFENDANT'S FATHERS HE'S BEING RAILROADED 

CELLMATE: MCDOWELL ADMITTED SLAYING 

PERCELL TO TESTIFY TODAY IN MCDOWELL MURDER TRIAL 

HEARING SET ON MOVING TRIALIN STAGER CASE 

JURORS TO GET MCDOWELL MURDER CASE TODAY 

MCDOWELL GUILTY OF MURDER 

JURY SAYS MCDOWELL MURDERED MRS. GILLIE miTnir _ 

JURY MAY BEGIN DELIBERATION ON MCDOWELL»SSENTENCE 

PSYCHOLOGIST SAYS ROBBERY UNLIKELY IN MCDOWELL CASE 

JURY WEIGHS LIFE, DEATH FOR MCDOWELL 

JURY STILL PONDERING MCDOWELL'S SENTENCE 

fSffigFSSBfiii geKS^TRTlFAIR,' lEFEgANT SAYS 

MCDOWELL SdJtENCT TO DEATH! REACTIONS MIXED ON DEATH SENTENCE 

MRS. STAGER'S MOTIONS DELAYED 

MCDOWELL SENTENCE WILL BEAProLS)^ 

JUSTICE WAS SERVED WITH EXECUTIONDECREE 

MCDOWELL VERDICT A PROFOUND STATEMENT 

TRIAL WAS WELL CONDUCTED 

STAGER'S LAWYERS ASK TO MOVE TRIAL^ 

MRS. STAGER'S FAIR-TRIAL HEWING OPENS 

JUDGE DEFERS RULING ON STAGER HEARING 

PRETRIAL HEARING IN STAGER CASE POSTPONED ^^^ 

REMAINDER OF PRETRIAL HEARING IN STAGER CASE POSTPONED 

PISTOL PERMITTED AS EVIDENCE, JUDGE RULES IN POPE CASE 

E^iSfK! SKf^Pam picking rams 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING COUSIN „ a ^ 

JURY SELECTION BEGINS FOR TRIAL IN MURDER CASE 

TEEN HELD IN NCCU DEATH 

WOMAN CHARGED IN COUSIN'S DEATH 

TEENS CHARGED WITH MURDER . 

TEDS HELD IN SHOOTING TO APPEAR IN COURT 
PIZZA MAN APPARENTLY MET AMBUSH-PpLICE 

WITNESS: POPE WAS IN PIZZA STORE BEFORE SHOOTING 

Iv?deKSX^^ found on «*>«... 

P^PE C^a^N^I^TcAifLIFE, DEATH DELIBERATIONS SET MONDAY 

SB<TENCING HEARING FOR POPE WILL BEGIN MONDAY 

THEY WANT MATT'S KILLER TO DIE 

SUSPECT SOUGHT IN STABBING DEATH 

POPE WAITS FOR 'DEATH' OR 'LIFE' DECISION 

POPE MJEPRESSED' AT TIME OF SLAYING-WITNESSES 

POPE PAINTED AS CARING, CCUHBLpODQ ^^ 

JURORS STILL DELIBERATING ON POPE'S SENTENCE 

JURYCONTINUES POPE SENTENCING DELIBERATIONS 

WEAVER FOUND COMPETENT FOR TRIAL 

SUNDAY SLAYING SUPSECT ARRESTED 

JURY CONTINUING TO HULL POPE'S SENTENCE 

POPE JURORS STILL DELIBERATING SENTENCE 



C T S 


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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 8/13/1988 B 1 


P N 


H 


2 8/15/1988 B 1 


N 


S 


2 8/15/1988 A 1 


N B53 


H 


2 8/16/1988 A 1 


N M51 


H 


2 8/16/1988 B 1 


N M51 


H 


2 8/16/1988 B 1 


N 


H 


2 8/16/1988 B 1 


N S82 


S 


2 8/16/1988 B 1 


N B53 


H 


2 8/17/1988 B 7 


N S82 


S 


2 8/17/1988 A 1 


N B53 


H 


2 8/18/1988 B 1 


N S82 


S 


2 8/18/1988 A 1 


N B53 


H 


2 8/19/1988 C 1 


N S82 


S 


2 8/19/1988 A 1 


P N B53 


H 


2 8/20/1988 C 1 


N S82 


H 


2 8/20/1988 C 1 


N S82 


S 


2 8/20/1988 A 1 


N B53 


S 


2 8/22/1988 A 1 


N B53 


H 


2 8/23/1988 B 1 


N S82 


H 


2 8/23/1988 B 1 


N S82 


S 


2 8/23/1988 A 1 


P N B53 


H 


2 8/24/1988 A 1 


N S82 


S 


2 8/24/1988 A 1 


N B53 


H 


2 8/25/1988 B 1 


N S82 


S 


2 8/25/1988 A 1 


N B53 


H 


2 8/26/1988 C 1 


N S82 


S 


2 8/26/1988 A I 


N B53 


H 


2 8/27/1988 A 1 


N S82 


H 


2 8/27/1988 A 1 


N S82 


H 


2 8/27/1988 C 1 


I N 


S 


2 8/27/1988 A 


t N B53 


H 


2 8/30/1988 A ' 


1 E 


H 


2 8/31/1988 A - 


\ L 


H 


2 8/31/1988 A ' 


» L 


S 


2 9/01/1988 A 


L N B53 


H 


2 9/02/1988 C 


I P N S82 


S 


2 9/02/1988 A 


L P N B53 


H 


2 9/03/1988 C 


I N 


H 


1 9/03/1988 C 


1 N S82 


H 


2 9/09/1988 C 


L N S82 


H 


2 9/15/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 9/19/1988 A 


1 N 


S 


2 9/19/1988 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 9/19/1988 C 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 9/20/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 9/20/1988 C 


1 N 


S 


2 9/20/1988 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 9/21/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 9/21/1988 C 


1 P N M51 


S 


2 9/21/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 9/22/1988 B 


1 N M51 


H 


2 9/24/1988 A 1 


1 N 


H 


2 9/27/1988 C 


3 N S82 


H 


2 9/28/1988 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 9/28/1988 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 9/29/1988 A 


1 N S82 


S 


2 9/29/1988 A 


1 N B53 


H 


2 9/30/1988 A 


1 N S82 


S 


2 9/30/1988 A 


1 N B53 


H 


2 10/01/1988 A 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 10/03/1988 C 


1 P N M51 


S 


2 10/03/1988 A 


1 N B53 


H 


2 10/04/1988 C 


1 P N S82 


S 


2 10/04/1988 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 10/05/1988 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 10/05/1988 A 


1 N P53 


H 


2 10/06/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 10/06/1988 B 


2 N 


H 


2 10/06/1988 B 


3 N S82 


S 


2 10/06/1988 A 


1 N B53 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



POPE JURY STILL DELIBERATING 

JURY SENTENCES POPE TO DEATH 

POPE SENTENCED TO DIE FOR DOMINO'S MURDER 
POPE JURY SHAKES EMOTIONS TO GET VERDICT 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

MAN FATALLY SHOT ON HOPKINS STREET 

COUNTY MAN , 70 , SHOT TO DEATH 

MAN IS HELD WITHOUT BOND IN SHOOTING „ 

LONG ARMOF DURHAM POLICE REACHED TO VENEZUELA, LAND OF 16< GASOLINE 

ROBBINS' EXECUTION DATE RESCHEDULED FOR JAN. 13 

FAUCETTE LAWYERS SEEK CONFESSION SUPPRESSION 

JUDGE DENIES NOTION TO BAR CONFESSION _ 

JUDGE REFUSES TO SUPPRESS CONFESSION IN MURDER CASE 

DURHAM MAN HELD IN NCCU SLAYING 

JUDGE DEFERS RULING ON MOVE OF MRS. STAGER'S MURDER TRIAL 
JUDGE DELAYS RULING ON MOVING STAGER TRIAL 
INDICTMENTS ISSUED IN MURDER, FIRE CASS ___„ 
DURHAM COUNTY GRAND JURY RETURNS MURDER INDICTMENTS 
SLAIN MAN APPARENTLY WAS BEATEN 
WEAVER SENTENCED IN SHAKING DEATH 
SHAKING DEATH OF CHILD DRAWS 25-YEAR TERM 
2 TEEN-AGERS CHARGED IN FATAL BEATING 

YOUTHS FACE MURDER COUNTS IN BEATING DEATH 

CLERK IMPLICATED IN FATAL BEATING CASE NEAR STORE 

JURY BEING PICKED FOR MURDER TRIAL 

LOVERS' BRAWL LED TO SHOOTING, MURDER TRIAL 

WOMAN'S TRIAL FOR MURDER OPENS " 

JUDGE DENIES DEFENSE MOTION TO DROP MURDER CHARGES 

LAWYERS' BRIEF: KILLER HAD IT EASY AT NCCU 

DEFENDANT SAYS BOYFRIEND SLAIN IN SELF DEFENSE 

JURORS PONDER WOMAN'S FATE IN MURDER CASE _ 

JURORS BEGIN DELIBERATIONS IN FIRST-DEGREE MURDER TRIAL 

WILLIAMS NOT GUILTY IN DEATH 

WOMAN FREED IN FATAL SHOOTING OF HER BOYFRIEND 

STATE TO SUPPLY TRANSCRIPTS TO DEFENSE IN STAGER CASE 

WOMAN, 25, FOUND BEATEN TO DEATH 

PROBE OF DEATH CONTINUES 

MAN CHARGED WITH GIRLFRIEND'S DEATH 

BLOW ON HEAD KILLED WOMAN, AUTOPSY SHOWS 

DURHAM MURDERS UP IN '88 

MURDER, INTERNATIONAL 

CHINESE OFFICIALS INVESTIGATE DEATH 

U.S. EMBASSY SAYS WOMAN WAS SLAIN 

N.C. TEEN KILLED IN CHINA WANTED TO TEACH ENGLISH 

SERVICE HELD FOR WOMAN KILLED IN CHINA LAST MONTH 

MURDER, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, MURDER 
SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 
SEE ALSO LIFE SENTENCES 
SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 

DURHAM MAN AMONG 3 SLAIN AT SHACK FIRE 

WAKE MAN INDICTED IN DEATHS 

WOMAN PLEADS INNOCENT TO SLAYING 

ALAMANCE MAN INDICTED IN SLAYING 

FRANKLIN HAN FOUND SLAIN 

NEW HOPE MAN KILLED IN HOME 

MEDICAL EXAMINER SAYS MANY DEATHS ARE PREVENTABLE 

WAKE MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE FOR MURDER 

MAN SENTENCED FOR 1979 SLAYING OF STUDENT 

CAB DRIVER FATALLY SHOT IN CHARLOTTE 

WOMAN RULED INCOMPETENT TO STAND TRIAL 

OXFORD OFFICERS REPORT SLAYING IS DRUG RELATED 

OXFORD MAN FACES CHARGE OF MURDER 

HICKORY MAN FATALLY WOUNDED DURING DISPUTE 

MURDER SUSPECT DIES FROM GUNSHOT 

GUILFORD MAN PLEADS GUILTY IN BEATING DEATH 

DAVIE COUNTY MAN IS CHARGED IN WIFE'S DEATH 

NIGHT WATCHMAN AT PAWN SHOP SLAIN 



N 
P 

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



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D — DATE- 



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S I T 
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C -PG L P BYL 



10/07/1988 C 
10/07/1988 A 
10/08/1988 A 
10/08/1988 A 
10/10/1988 C 
10/12/1988 B 
10/16/1988 B 
10/17/1988 C 
10/19/1988 C 
10/21/1988 A 
10/25/1988 C 
10/25/1988 C 
10/26/1988 A 
10/27/1988 A 
10/28/1988 C 
10/28/1988 C 
11/08/1988 B 
11/08/1988 B 
11/09/1988 C 
11/10/1988 A 
11/11/1988 C 
11/11/1988 C 
11/11/1988 A 
11/12/1988 C 
11/29/1988 B 
11/29/1988 C 
11/30/1988 B 
11/30/1988 C 
12/01/1988 B 
12/01/1988 C 
12/01/1988 C 
12/02/1988 C 
12/02/1988 A 
12/03/1988 C 
12/17/1988 C 
12/26/1988 C 
12/27/1988 B 
12/29/1988 A 
12/29/1988 C 
12/31/1988 A 



N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N 

N C45 
N M51 
N 

N M51 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N M51 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 


N B53 
N S82 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
N 
N 
N 

N B53 



H 2 1/26/1988 D 4 P N 

H 2 1/27/1988 A 9 N 

S 2 1/30/1988 A 3 N 

S 2 2/08/1988 C 2 N 



H 


2 


1/02/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


1/05/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


1 


1/06/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/13/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/13/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/13/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/14/1988 D 


10 


N 


H 


1 


1/14/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/16/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


1/16/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


1/16/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


1/18/1988 A 


13 


N 


S 


2 


1/19/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


1/20/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/20/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 


1/22/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


1/22/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


1/22/1988 C 


2 


N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



S U B J E 



NEIGHBOR CHARGED IN KILLING OF MARION LAWYER 

HAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE IN SLAYING 

SANFORD HAN, 26, SLAIN 

STALEY MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING MFE^ 

KAN ACCUSED OF KILLING DAUGHTER'S BOYFRIEND 

ROCKY MOUNT MAN CHARGED WITH STABBING DEATH 

JURY SELECTION STARTS IN BOONE STUDENT'S DEATH 

HAN SENTENCED TO LIFE FOR FATAL SHOOTING 

CHATHAM WOMAN SLAIN; MAN CHARGED 

THOMASVILLE STUDENT CHARGED IN SHOOTING 

SOLDIER PLEADS GUILTY TO SLAYING 

ROBESON SHERIF'S DISPATCHER RESIGNS AFTER PAST REVEALED 

STUDENTS AT THOMASVILLE SCHOOL MOJRNINGA6MN 

WOMAN SAYS SHE SHOT FATHER TO PROTECT HER MOTHER 

SANFORD MAN GETS LIFE PRISON TERM IN HOLDUP SLAYING 

JURY TO DECIDE PENALTY IN HOSPITAL SLAYING 

JUDGE REFUSES TO HOV€ MURDER TRIAL 

MAX HELD IN DEATH OF SON-IN-LAW^ nTcr . 

WAKE MAN GETS LIFE FOR KILLING HIS WIFE 

MAN SENTENCED FOR KILLING 66-YEAR-OLD WOMAN 

QUESINBERRY SENTENCED «_^„ 

ROUTINE TRAFFIC CHECK NABS PRISON ESCAPE! 

STABBING DEATH CHARGE IS FIRST-DEGREE MURDER 

WOMAN FOUND SLAIN _ „„ 

HUSBAND CHARGED WITH KILLING WIFE _ 

HARINE ENTERS GUILTY PLEA IN DEATH OF TAXI DRIVER 

FRANKLIN MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING 

MAN GRANTED IMMUNITY IN MUSIC MINISTER'S SLAYING 

MAN GRANTED IMMUNITY IN MURDER CASE _ „,„„,, 

MAN SENTENCED TO 15 YEARS FOR SLAYING OF ASU STUDENT 

TWO PEOPLE INDICTED IN SLAYING, ROBBERY 

MAN RECEIVES IEATH SENTENCE IN IREDELL SLAYING 

MARINE SENTENCED IN SON'S DEATH 

THIRD MISTRIAL OCCURS IN 1978 MURDER CASE 

NEW TRIAL ORDERED IN BOOKSTORE CASE 

TV REPORTER HIT WHILE COVERING TRIAL 

COUPLE CONVICTED OF MURDER IN DEATH OF 11-YEAR-OLD GIRL 

GIRL SLAIN AT PENDER HIGH SCHOOL 

BURLINGTON MAN FOUND GUILTY OF TWO SLAYINGS 

MAN CHARGED WITH FATAL STABBING 

MAN KILLED IN SHOOTING IN KINSTON Tmrr .„ „- ATU 

FORMER NURSE IS SENTENCED IN COMAT^ PATIENT'S DEATH 

COUPLE SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON FOR G IRL S DEATH 

COURT IS ASKED FOR NEW TRIAL IN THREE FAYETTEVILLE SLAYINGS 

MAN CHARGED IN STEPMOTHER ' S SLAYING 

DEATHPENALTY: 'ARBITRARY AS BEING STRUCK BY LIGHTNING' 

ALAMANCEMAN SHOT DEAD; ELON COLLEGE RESIDENT HELD 

JURY SENTENCES MA* TO DIE FOR SAYINGS 

GA. MAN HELD ON MURDER, KIDNAPPING CHARGES 

MARINE SENTENCED FOR MURDER^ 

WOMAN KILLED IN RALEIGH APARTMENT 

SCHOOL RIVALRY BEING BLAMED IN SHOOTING 

HEARING ISHELB FOR TWO CHARGED IN COUPLE'S DEATH 

TESTS ORDERED FOR MAN CHARGED IN SON'S DEATH 

EUTHANASIA CASE RAISES HOSPITAL SURVEKIANCE 

MURDER DEFENDANT SAYS LETTER'S NOT WRITTEN BY HER 

KILLER-fOR-HIRE TARGETS INVOU^D IN OTHER VIOLENCE 

DETECTI^S CONTINUE MURDER PROBE Arj ^ 

COURT UPHOLDS CONVICTION IN THREE SLAYINGS NEAR APEX m 

RALEI»TmaNTESTIFIES PROSECUTION WITNESS HELPED KILL MINISTER 

B^EH^T^CUTION^IVE DIFFERING DESCRIPTIONS OF SLAIN MAN'S WIFE 

CLOSING ARaJKEKTS GIVEN IN TRIAL OF MINISTER'S WIDOW 

MAN GETS SENTENCED THIRD TIME FOR SLAYING 

WIFE CONVICTED IN MINISTER'S SLAYING 

STATE COURT OF APPEALS CLEARS WAY FOR NEGLIGENCE SUIT IN TWO SLAYINGS 

STUFFEL GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR SLAYING 

JURY IMPASSE ENDS FORSYTH SNIPERTRIAL 

SOLDIER PLEADS INNOCENT TO CHARGES IN SLAYINGS 

WINSTON-SALEM WOMAN ACQUITTED OF SLAYING 



C T S 


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N 


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L Y 


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D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 1/23/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 1/23/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 1/24/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


1 1/26/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 1/26/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 1/26/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 1/27/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 1/28/1988 C 


12 


N 


H 


3 1/28/1988 B 


1 


N 080 


H 


2 1/28/1988 A 


26 


N 


H 


2 1/28/1988 A 


26 


N 


H 


2 1/29/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 1/29/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 1/30/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 1/30/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 1/31/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 2/01/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


1 2/03/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 2/03/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 2/03/1988 D 


8 


N 


S 


2 2/03/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 2/04/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 2/04/1988 A 


17 


N 080 


H 


2 2/06/1988 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 2/08/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 2/09/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


1 2/10/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 2/10/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 2/11/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 2/11/1988 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 2/11/1988 A 


22 


N 


H 


2 2/12/1988 B 


12 


N 


H 


2 2/15/1988 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 2/15/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 2/17/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 2/17/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 2/24/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 2/24/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


1 2/25/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


3 2/25/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 2/26/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 2/26/1988 B 


5 P N 


H 


2 2/26/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 2/27/1988 A 


13 P N 


H 


2 2/28/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 2/28/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 2/29/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


1 3/01/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 3/02/1988 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 3/04/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 3/05/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 3/05/1988 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 3/05/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 3/06/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 3/07/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 3/08/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 3/09/1988 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 3/09/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 3/10/1988 D 


10 


N 


H 


2 3/11/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 3/11/1988 C 


2 


N R53 


H 


2 3/15/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 3/16/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 3/16/1988 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 3/17/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 3/17/1988 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 3/18/1988 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 3/19/1988 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 3/19/1988 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 3/19/1988 D 


7 


N 



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HONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



Y SUBJE 



STATESVILLE HAN STABBED TO DEATH IN HOME 

BATTERED WIFE'S LIFE BEGINS AFTER SLAYING 

YOUTH SENTENCED IN FATHER'S SLAYING 

Pin COUNTY HAN STABBED TO DEATH 

COUPLE GIVEN PROBATION, FINE FOR MURDER PLOT 

DEATH SENTENCE GIVEN IN WILMINGTON SLAYING „ , , 

AGENT TESTIFIES SOLDIER'S FINGERPRINTS FOUND IN SLAIN WOMAN'S TAXI 

DETECTIVE TESTIFIES SOLDIER CONFESSED TO STEALING PISTOL FOUND NEAR BODY 

LUMBEE CANDIDATE FOUND SLAIN 

•JULIAN STOOD FOR JUSTICE,' GRIEVING, ANGRY SUPPORTERS TOLD 

FRIEND SAYS PIERCE FEARED 'COURTHOUSE' . m 

SUBSTITUTE CANDIDATE MENTIONED AMONG COMMUNITY REACTIONS 

ROBESON COUNTY LEADERS APPEAL FOR CALM 

SPECIAL PROSECUTOR REQUESTED IN LUMBEE SLAYING 

LUMBEE HERO'S MURDER VEXES ROBESON POLITICS 

DEMOCRACY, ROBESON COUNTY-STYLE. (CARTOON) 

WENDELL HAN FATALLY STABBED 

ROBESON SHERIFF ARRESTS INDIAN IN ACTIVIST SLAYING 

PIERCE DEATH LINKED TO LOVE DISPUTE 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER IN DEATH OF KHWTH-OLD 

PATHOLOGIST TESTIFIES IN GRAY'S COURT-MARTIAL 

SOME SKEPTICAL OF EXPLANATION OF INDIAN'S DEATH 

PEMBROKE POLICE CHIEF GOT TIP IN MURDER CASE 

MOURNERS FOR SLAIN INDIAN ACTIVIST VOW FIGHT FOR JUSTICE WILL CONTINUE 

SPECIAL PROSECUTOR APPOINTED 

PIERCE BURIED 

MARTIN NON-COMMITTAL ON SPECIAL SESSION TO ALLOW MINORITY CANDIDATE... 

MAN FOUND INCOMPETENT TO FACE MURDER CHARGE 

ROBESON TROUBLES NEED OUTSIDE PROSECUTOR 

BRIH DECLARES HIMSELF LAWFUL NOMINEE FOR JUDGE 

police: love, greed MOTIVES in KILLING 

MAN HELD IN SLAYING __ 

MAN OPENS FIRE BEFORE FUNERAL, KILLS 3, WOUNDS 3 

CONNECTICUT POLICE DOGS MAY SEARCH FOR N.C. BODIES 

GASTONIA MAN ROBBED, KILLED 

FAMILY FEUD OVER LAND TIED TO FUNERAL SHOOTINGS 

KING MARCH BECOMES MEMORIAL FOR PIERCE 

ELIZABETH CITY MAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING _ 

VICTIM OF 'BATTERED SPOUSE SYNDROME' TO GET NEW TRIAL 

COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL IN STRANGE MURDER CASE 

MAN HELD INCOMPETENT TO STAND TRIAL 

MEMORIAL SERVICE HELD FOR SLAIN CANDIDATE 

SOLDIER FOUND GUILTY OF KILLING TWO WOMEN 

SOLDIER COULD BE SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR MURDER OF TWO FAYETTEVILLE WOMEN 

MAN SENTENCED FOR OBSTRUCTING OFFICERS 

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

SENTENCING PHASE OF COURT-MARTIAL CONTINUES FOR FORT BRAGG SOLDIER 

FORMER ARMY COOK SENTENCED TO DEATH 

SOLDIER SENTENCED TO DIE FOR MURDERING TWO WOMEN 

STORE MANAGER FOUND SLAIN IN WILSON COUNTY 

WOMAN CHARGED IN DAUGHTER'S DEATH 

GOLDSBORO MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING 

MAN SAYS BROTHER KILLED BECAUSE OF CLERK'S NEGLIGENCE 

POPE PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO MURDER 

N.C. COURT'S DECISION BACKS BATTERED WOMAN, BUT IMPLICATIONS KEPT NARROW 

TWO ARE CHARGED WITH 1986 SLAYING 

COACH NOT SHOT AT CLOSE RANGE 

RAINEY TRIAL SOUGHT 

AUTOPSY FINDINGS ON DURHAM COACH CONTRADICT WIDOW 

INVESTIGATORS SAY DEVIL WORSHIP MAY BE INVOLVED IN N.C. SLAYING 

MAN SENTENCED TO DIE 

COURT SAYS PANEL CAN REINSTATE FIRED STATE EMPLOYEES 

DRIVER OF GASOLINE TAMPER INDICTED IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

JURY OVERTURNS DEATH SENTENCE 

•ABSURD' LAW DELAYS RE-TRIAL 

BOY SCOUT CARETAKER TO GET NEW TRIAL 

COURT ORDERS RESENTENCING IN DEATH CASE 

N.C. MURDER SUSPECT ARRESTED 

SHOTGUN SLAYER SOUGHT IN MOORE 

MAN CHARGED IN KILLING AT CLUB 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D • 


—DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


3/19/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


3/21/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


3/22/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/22/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 


3/22/1988 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


3/23/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


3/25/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/26/1988 D 


7 


N 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 A 


1 


N B81 


H 


2 


3/28/1988 A 


1 P N B81 


H 


2 


3/28/1988 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/28/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 


3/29/1988 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 


3/29/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/30/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/30/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


1 


3/30/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/30/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/31/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/31/1988 C 


6 P N 


H 


2 


3/31/1988 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


3/31/1988 C 


9 P P 


H 


2 


4/01/1988 B 


5 P N 


H 


1 


4/01/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


4/01/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/02/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/02/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


4/02/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


4/04/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/04/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


4/04/1988 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 


4/05/1988 A 


1 


N 


s 


2 


4/05/1988 C 


2 P N 


S 


2 


4/05/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


4/06/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


4/07/1988 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


4/07/1988 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/08/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


4/08/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/09/1988 A 


20 P N 


H 


2 


4/10/1988 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


4/11/1988 A 


1 P N W27 


H 


2 


4/12/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 


4/12/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


4/13/1988 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 


4/13/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/13/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


4/16/1988 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


4/19/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


4/20/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


4/21/1988 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


4/21/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


4/21/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


4/22/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/29/1988 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


4/30/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/05/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


1 


5/05/1988 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 


5/05/1988 A 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/06/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


5/06/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


5/08/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/09/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/10/1988 C 


6 


N 



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HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



S U B J 



77-YEAR-OLD GETS 50-YEAR TERM 
FRANKLIN MAN CHARGED IN STABBING 
CRAVEN COUNTY MAN STABBED TO DEATH 
SOLDIER RECEIVES LIFE SENTENCE 

KTrO^ TRIAL INPIERCE CASE 

ra^W^ ffi ™ «XM FLEES FROM COURTROOM 
TWO FLORTOAMEN CHARGED IN SLAYING 
MAN ARRESTED ON 1986 MURDER CHARGE 
y*MSTo£sALEM MAN IS CHARGED UITH ttJRDER 
20-^EARSENTENCE GIVEN FOR MANSLAUGHTER 
NEWTOALIS ORDERED IN ALAMANCE SLAYING 

Ss^jK SSS EfSBKljOg ^TO^TTERED WIVES 
M&IS CCWICTEDIN FATAL SHOOTING OF FORSYTH WOMAN 
RtfffiOH SHO0TINGBRINGS LIFE TERM 
STEPFATHER CHARGED UITH DEATH Of GIRL 
HUSBAND CHARGED IN VANCE SHOOTING 
BGNDKARINGSET IN BRAW^^SLAYING 

$ggg SFSKSM firsts*™ ™*z™* ™™ 

TUO OXFORD MEN HELD IN SHOOTING 
HOSPITAL STAFF TESTED FOR TB 

C^r U P^^^ | « K S MAYING 

SES&^SSPKaii l^F&ONICLED IN T>«EE KXKS 

FRANKLINTON GROCER KILLED^^ OH Flffi 

REWARD OFFERED IN FRANKLINTON SLAYING 

MANGIVEN 14 YEARS FOR KILLING SON-IN-LAW 

HAVING NO BODIES MAKES CONVICTION HARD, BUT POSSIBLE 

THREE MORE CHARGED UITH KILLING DRIFTER 

HANGETSLIFE TERM FOR SLAYING SON'S FRIEND 

S*^F™25ii, CHARGED UITH SLAYING SOW - N.C. 

sr^^aa gguBfS' wsigotinb m 

SrR£ST MADE IN 1985 SLAYING OF 31 ROBESON COUNTY MEN 

WINSTON-SALEM SPREE LEAVES 4 PEOPLE DEAD ^^ 

FOR KTLLET^FIVEINJURED IN FORSYTH SHOOTING SPREE 
MAN PLEADS GUILTY TOSECOND- DEGREE MURDER IN FRANKLIN 
Ca*3<TRA3£DY AWAITED IWSJSPECTINO TRAVELERS ^INSHOOTING SPREE 
CONFLICTING REPORTS FOLLOW SHOOTING SPREE IN FORSYTH 

Kssbsay SuiibSd NOT BLOW OFF SCENE cf shcotings 

OFFICIALS SAY CoffilTHENT OF MAN KAY NOT HAVE PREVENTED TRAGEDY 
N.C. MAN ARRESTED IN 1979 SLAYING 

^U^Klk"°T0 E SiBeS^SW SHOOTING 

vS!^milTuK K ^ I ^te?S|c^ SHOOTING 

Sa^a^s^^^n. row i^te 

g^TIRteJs KlPlED^SKRIFF'S *SWERS 
WOMAN SENTENCED IN HUSBAND'S DEATH 

gggH^lSSSP-S^^iiP ^CTIM OF ABUSE 
hAN CHARGED WITH MURDER IN TRAILER FIRE 



BRIEFS 



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S 


I 


T 


N E E 


L Y 


P D —DATE— C -PG L P BYL 


H 2 5/11/1988 B 10 


N 


H 2 5/17/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 1 5/17/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 2 5/19/1988 A 20 


N 


H 2 5/20/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 2 5/24/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 2 5/27/1988 A ! 


13 


N 


H 2 5/28/1988 A 


LI 


N 


H 2 5/28/1988 A 


L3 


N 


H 2 5/29/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 2 5/31/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 2 6/02/1988 B 


7 


N S82 


H 1 6/03/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 2 6/09/1988 D 


10 


N 


S 2 6/09/1988 C 


8 


N 


H 1 6/10/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 2 6/11/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 2 6/14/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 1 6/15/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 1 6/15/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 2 6/18/1988 C 


2 


H 


H 1 6/21/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 2 6/21/1988 A 


*1 


N 


H 2 6/22/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 1 6/22/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 1 6/23/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 2 6/28/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 2 6/29/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 2 6/30/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 2 7/01/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 2 7/01/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 2 7/03/1988 C 


9 P N 


H 2 7/04/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 2 7/07/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 2 7/07/1988 B 


3 


N 


CHH 1 7/07/1988 A 


1 


N R63 


H 1 7/08/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 2 7/09/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 2 7/09/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 1 7/13/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 2 7/13/1988 B 


9 


N 


CHH 1 7/13/198S A 


3 


N H90 


H 2 7/14/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 2 7/15/1983 B 


4 


N 


H 2 7/18/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 2 7/18/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 2 7/19/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 1 7/19/1988 B 


1 


N H60 


S 2 7/19/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 2 7/20/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 2 7/21/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 2 7/21/1988 A 


18 


N 


H 2 7/21/1988 A 


18 


N 


H 2 7/21/1983 A 


18 


N 


H 2 7/22/1988 B 


11 


N 


S 2 7/22/1988 A 


9 


N 


S 2 7/23/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 2 7/24/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 2 7/24/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 1 7/26/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 1 7/29/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 2 7/31/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 2 8/04/1983 C 


4 


N 


H 2 8/04/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 2 8/05/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 2 8/05/1988 B 


9 


N 


S 2 8/05/1988 A 


9 


H 


H 2 8/06/1988 C 


5 


H 


H 1 8/07/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 2 8/10/1988 A 


9 


N 






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NONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



E 

D — DATE- 



PA6E1317 
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S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



BUNNLEVEL MAN CHARGED IN DEATH OF 2-YEAR-OLD 
WOMAN DESCRIBES RIDING INTO SHOOTING SPREE 

PRE-TRIAL MOTIONS FOR POPE BEGIN 

sheriff: SHOOTINGS SHOW NEED FOR DEPUTIES 
MORE MURDERS ARE COMMITTED IN HOTMONTHS 
MARINE CHARGED IN DEATH OF HIS ESTRANGED UIFE 

OFKSBfcAR FATAL GUNSHOT; WIFE ARRESTED AT MAN'S BODY 
16-YEAR-OLD CHARGED WITH MURDER 
U.S. JUDGE RULES DEATH ROM INMATE RATES NEW HEARING 
FRIEND: HAYES RAVING BEFORE SHOOTING SPREE 
ALAMANCE MAN HELD IN SLAYING _ _ 

rCNTAL EVALUATION ORKMJ FOR SUSPECT IN SHOOTINGS 
SECOND OF TWO ESCAPEES CHARGED WITH MURDER 
MAN. WOMAN GET 20 YEARS IN SLAYING 

SHOOTING FROM CAR 

TRIPLE-KILLER GETS 3 LIFE TERMS 

DEATH OF DUKE PATIENT BEING TREATED AS POISONING 

IMMUNITY QUESTIONED IN ACQUITTAL 

ONE DEAD IN CLUB SHOOTING 

BUCKLEY SOUGHT BY CRIHESTOPPERS 

CHATHAM MAN CHANGES PLEA IN STABBING 

WILLIAMS GETS 25 YEARS 

GOLDSTON GIVEN 6-YEAR SENTENCE 

2 FOUND STABBED AT ANSON STORE 

TROOPER'S WIDOW PETITIONS AGAINST PAROLE FOR KILLER 

MAN CHARGED WITH POISONING WIFE WITH ARSENIC 

GUNMAN KILLS MAN IN RALEIGH 

TEEN PLEADS GUILTY TO FRIEND'S DEATH 

MAN SENTENCED IN SLAYING OF GIRL 

JURY SENTENCES MAN TO DEATH 

$50,000 BOND ASKED IN ARSENIC DEATH 

POLICE SAY ARSENIC MURDER CASE FULL OF CONTRADICTIONS _ 

ANDREW THOMAS JACKSON JR., VICTIM QF BEATING, HOUSE FIRE 

MAN WANTED FOR MURDER CAPTURED IN VA. 

MAN GIVEN LIFE TERM FOR FATHER'S DEATH 

EIGHT LAW OFFICERS SUBDUE DEFENDANT TRYING TO ESCAPE 

EDEN MAN CONVICTED OF FATALLY STABBING WOMAN 

N.C. MURDER SUSPECT ESCAPEE RECAPTURED 

NEW TRIAL ORDERED IN SLAYING OF GIRL 

JUDGE CRITICIZED FOR PROHIBITING STORY PUBLICATION 

MAN CHARGED IN DEATH OF BABY DAUGHTER 

FATHER CHARGED WITH MURDER OF HIS SON 

GRANDMOTHER KILLED WITH CINDER BLOCK _ __ A 

REPORT SAYS MURDER DEFENDANT SUFFERED PARANOID SCHIZOPHRENIA 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO THREE SLAYINGS 

SUPREME COURT REFUSES TO HEAR EFLAND MAN'S APPEAL IN TRIPLE SLAYING 

JUVENILE CHARGED IN WILKES SLAYING 

TEENS GET 15-YEAR TERMS FOR KILLING _ _ 

19-YEAR-OLD FATHER CHARGED IN DEATH OF BABY LEFT IN CAR 

MAN CHARGED IN WIFE'S DEATH 

ANSON DEPUTIES INVESTIGATE TWO SEPARATE HOMICIDES 

POKER GAME ENDS IN FATAL SHOOTING 

AUTHORITIES WILL RELEASE IDENTITY OF WOMAN TODAY 

BODY IDENTIFIED AS VIRGINIA WOMAN 

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 

GRAHAM MAN SHOT TO DEATH) TWO CHARGED WITH MURDER 

FORMER SURRY COUNTY DEPUTY SHOT TO DEATH IN HOME mu 

MURDER CHARGE MAKES DEATH HARDER TO TAKE FOR FRIENDS OF VICTIM 

FAYETTEVILLE STORE CLERK IS KILLED 

MANY MAINTAIN MAN'S INNOCENCE IN PARKWAY OVERLOOK DEATHS 

FEAR OF HALLOWEEN VIOLENCE LINGERS AFTER CHARLOTTE MURDER 

WAKE ESTATE SUES VA HOSPITAL 

TWO MOTEL WORKERS FOUND SLAIN IN ROBESON COUNTY 

16-YEAR-OLD HENDERSONVILLE GIRL CHARGED WITH KILLING HER FATHER 

SCHOOL BUS DRIVER CHARGED IN STABBING DEATH 



H 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


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 



8/10/1988 B 
8/11/1988 B 
8/12/1988 A 
8/13/1988 C 
8/15/1988 A 
8/16/1988 B 
8/18/1988 A 
8/19/1988 C 
8/19/1988 C 
8/20/1988 B 
8/22/1988 A 
8/23/1988 B 
8/25/1988 C 
8/27/1988 C 
8/28/1988 B 
8/29/1988 A 
8/31/1988 C 
8/31/1988 C 
9/06/1988 A 
9/06/1988 B 
9/07/1988 C 
9/15/1988 A 
9/16/1988 A 
9/16/1988 A 
9/19/1988 C 
9/20/1988 C 
9/20/1988 C 
9/22/1988 B 
9/24/1988 A 
9/24/1988 B 
9/24/1988 C 
9/24/1988 C 
9/25/1988 A 
9/25/1988 B 
9/27/1988 A 
9/28/1988 C 
9/29/1988 C 
9/30/1988 B 
10/01/1988 C 
10/05/1988 B 
10/06/1988 A 
10/06/1988 C 
10/06/1988 C 
10/07/1988 C 
10/08/1988 A 
10/11/1988 B 
10/12/1988 A 
10/12/1988 A 
10/12/1988 B 
10/13/1988 B 
10/13/1988 B 
10/19/1988 A 
10/19/1988 C 
10/22/1988 C 
10/23/1988 B 
10/25/1988 A 
10/25/1988 A 
10/26/1988 B 
10/26/1988 A 
10/27/1988 B 
10/28/1988 C 
10/28/1988 C 
10/29/1988 A 
10/29/1988 A 
10/30/1988 B 
10/31/1988 B 
10/31/1988 A 
11/03/1988 A 
11/03/1988 A 
11/03/1988 A 



8 N 


1 P N 


1 N B53 


2 N 


9 N 


1 N 


17 N 


1 N 


4 N 


6 N 


7 N 


1 N 


6 N 


1 N 


7 N 


13 N 


11 N 


11 N 


16 N 


1 N 


4 N 


12 N 


3 N H90 


3 N H90 


2 N 


1 N T33 


2 N 


4 N 


10 N 


7 N 


6 N 


2 N 


16 N 


2 


7 N 


2 N 


18 N 


5 N 


2 N 


6 N 


16 N 


8 N 


8 N 


2 N 


12 N 


5 N 


10 N 


16 N 


5 N 


2 N 


2 N 


18 N 


10 N 


1 N 


3 N 


1 N 


1 P N 


2 N 


1 N 


8 N 


4 


4 N 


10 N 


11 N 


3 N 


2 N 


12 N 


14 N 


14 N 


16 N 



-LX630- 



HONTHLY/ANN UAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUB JE 



iffiffaffitef S^MSlSION « OBSCENITY LAW 

ffiWK^ ^TABBI^ATH 
PSYCHIATRIST TESTIFIES KILLINGS PART OF GAME 

■nBun a i^ths 

SgTSS Kk W&SlN MURDER ASKING VOICE OF SATAN 
■nHM TOTBBS BEAT HIS WIFE 

W^^J^&S^L FOR *R LIFE - REPORT 
HUSBAND CHARGED IN WOMAN'S DEATH 
JUDGE SENTENCES HAN TO DEATH FOR TWO SLAYINGS 
MANSENTENCED TO DIE FOR KILLING GIRLFRIEND ^^ 
LJ^INGTONSTUDENT STABBED TO DEATH NEAR HIGH SCHOOL 
8 CHARGED IN STABBING 

a^afflSS^uSf^reSB^IES FAKED 

^SSA^SSSJ^FB^ PttADED AT TRIAL 

MURDER SUSPECT, 15, ATTEMPTS SUICIDE 

PSYCHIATRIST siYS BONNEY KNEW RIGHT FROM WRONG 

STATE OFFERS *5,000 REWARD IN HOMICIDE CASE 

GREENSBOROWOMAN CHARGED WITH STABBING MAN TO DEATH 

PAROLEE SOUGHT IN CHARLOTTE SLAYING 

BLADEN MAN CHARGED WITH SLAYING 

PISTOL LINKED TO ROBESON SLAYINGS 

FIFTH TRIAL SCHEDULED IN 1978 SLAYING 

RALEIGH WWWNFoJffllNNOCENT OF MURDER COUNT 

Gt^MttTMOFFEKi REWARD IN KILLING IN ANSONCOUNTY 

MAN HELD IN CLIFF DEATH SAID TO HAVE BURNED WIFE 

VA. MAN FOUND GUILTY OF DEATH OF DAUGHTER __„ mtii 

JURY TO DECIDE FATE OF MAN CONVICTED IN DAUGHTER'S DEATH 

WILSON WOMAN FOUND STRANGLED 

Ze^Y^^DAY^ON^^ £ & TRIAL SENTENCING PHASE 

JUDGE ORDERS BODIES EXHUMED 

JURY RECOMMENDS DEATH FOR BONNEY 

BONhEY SENTENCED TO DIE FOR KILLING DAUGHTER 

BONNET'S ATTORNEYS SEEKING MISTRIAL 

PERSON WOMAN KILLED BY GUNSHOTTO HEAD 

JURY INDICTS MAN IN SHOOTING SPREE 

AUTOPSIES PERFORMED ON PARKWAY VICTIMS 

COURT ORDERS NEW TRIALS IN SLAYIM3 ^ 

MAN CHARGED IN PARKWAY DEATHS DENIED BOND 

TWO CHARGED IN GREENSBORO MURDER 

DANCER, SOLDIER HELD IN N.C. KILLINGS 

TWO ARE CHARGED IN MOTEL SLAYINGS 

TWO TWALSOFFER ARBITRARINESS OF DEATH PENALTY 

PERSON COUNTY MAN GETS 12-YEAR TERM FOR SLAYING 

TWO MEN. UNBORN BABY KILLED IN LAGRANGE 

NEW BERN WO^ISCHARGED IN FATAL SHOOTING 

SUSPECT InTc/dEATHSINVESTIGATO IN MICH. SLAYINGS 

1988CL0SING AS BANNER YEAR FOR BIZARRE CRIMES IN STATE 

TA^RN PATRON DIESFROM GUNSHOT AFTER FIGHT WITH BAR OWNER 

MURDER, N.C, UNSOLVED CASES 

MAN CHARGED WITH SLAYING WOMAN IN 1986 

MURDER, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. 
CAUSE FOUND FOR MURDER INDICTMENT ^ r ^ r ^- r . 

UOHAN GETS 3- YEAR TERM IN KILLING; RELEASE EXPECTED 
^BARRIER OF LANOWGE, LAW AND LIFESTYLE IN NORTH CAROLINA 



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S I T 


N 


E ELY 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 11/03/1988 A 16 


N 


H 


2 11/04/1988 B 9 


N 


H 


2 11/04/1988 B 9 


N 


H 


1 11/04/1988 C 1 


N 


H 


2 11/08/1988 A 14 


N 


H 


2 11/08/1988 B 12 


N 


H 


1 11/10/1988 C 8 


N 


S 


2 11/10/1988 C 8 


N 


H 


2 11/11/1988 B 5 


N 


H 


2 11/11/1988 B 11 


N 


H 


2 11/12/1988 B 3 P N 


H 


2 11/16/1988 B 2 


N 


S 


2 11/16/1988 A 10 


N 


H 


2 11/17/1988 C 3 


N 


H 


2 11/17/1988 C 8 


N 


H 


2 11/17/1988 C 8 


N 


H 


2 11/17/1988 C 18 


N 


H 


2 11/18/1988 B 5 


N 


H 


2 11/18/1988 C 6 


N 


S 


2 11/18/1988 C 2 


N 


S 


1 11/18/1988 B 13 


N 


H 


2 11/20/1988 A 14 


N 


H 


2 11/21/1988 B 6 


N 


H 


2 11/22/1988 B 2 


N 


H 


2 11/23/1988 D 4 


N 


H 


2 11/23/1988 D 4 


N 


H 


2 11/23/1988 D 4 


N 


S 


2 11/23/1988 C 6 


N 


H 


2 11/24/1988 A 19 


N 


H 


2 11/24/1988 A 19 


N 


H 


2 11/24/1988 A 19 


N 


H 


2 11/24/1988 A 19 


N 


H 


2 11/24/1988 B 6 


N 


H 


2 11/24/1988 C 9 


N 


S 


2 11/24/1988 C 13 


N 


S 


2 11/26/1988 C 2 


N 


H 


2 11/27/1988 B 4 


N 


H 


2 11/29/1988 B 4 


N 


H 


2 11/29/1988 B 4 


N 


H 


2 11/29/1988 B 6 


N 


H 


2 11/29/1988 B 6 


N 


H 


2 11/30/1988 A 17 


N 


S 


2 11/30/1988 A 1 


N 


S 


2 11/30/1988 A 2 


N 


H 


2 12/01/1988 D 10 


N 


H 


2 12/02/1988 C 7 


N 


H 


2 12/06/1988 C 1 


N 


H 


2 12/06/1988 C 10 


N 


H 


2 12/08/1988 B 4 


N 


H 


1 12/09/1988 C 3 


N 


H 


2 12/10/1988 A 14 


N 


H 


1 12/14/1988 C 4 


N 


S 


2 12/15/1988 A 2 


N 


H 


2 12/16/1988 B 7 


N 


H 


2 12/19/1988 B 2 


N 


H 


2 12/20/1988 C 1 


N 


H 


2 12/22/1988 B 3 


N 


H 


2 12/25/1988 C 12 


N 


H 


2 12/27/1988 C 3 


N 


H 


1 12/29/1988 C 3 


N 


H 


2 12/31/1988 D 5 


N 


H 


1 1/13/1988 B 1 


N P15 



H 2 2/04/1988 C 8 N W27 
H 2 2/13/1988 C 3 N W27 
H 2 3/02/1988 A 1 P Q BIO 



rf N T H L 



Y/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



HAYES 
HAYES 



DETECTIVES CONTINUE MURDER PROBE _ 

DEFENDANT FOUND NOT COMPETENT TO STAND TRIAL FOR DOUBLE MURDER 

COUPLE GIVEN PROBATION, FINE FOR MURDER PLOT 

APOLOGY WILL NOT REPLACE SLAIN FATHER __„ 

RUFFIN GETS THREE YEARS AFTER PLEA OF NO CONTEST 

WOMAN NOT MAD AT SON'S KILLER (CORRECTION PRINTED 6-10-88) 

CORRECTION 

2 EX-DURHAM LAWMEN CHARGED IN ORANGE COUNTY MURDERS 

MURDER CHARGED IN BANE-HAYES CASE m 

FAMILIES OF MISSING MEN 'THRILLED' ABOUT ARRESTS 

FAMILIES OF MISSING MEN 'THRILLED' ABOUT ARRESTS 

NEIGHBORS HOPE CHILDREN BEGIN PLAYING OUTSIDE AGAIN 

SUSPECTS DIDN'T HELP AUTHORITIES IN MAKING CASE 

FRANKLIN, BUCHANAN INDICTED FOR MURDER 

FRANKLIN TO BE IN COURT FOR CHARGES 

FRANKLIN ARRAIGNED; BOND NOT POSSIBLE 

MRS. BANE AGAINST BARGAINING 

woman: PAIR DESERVE DEATH OR LIFE IN JAIL 

BODIES OF BANE, HAYES FOUND 

FRANKLIN'S ATTORNEY SAYS NO EVIDENCE EXISTS IN CASE 

VICTIM'S WIFE 'THRILLED' BODIES FOUND 

TIP YIELDED GRAVE OF HAYES, BANE _ 

FAITH HELPS MRS. BANE VIEW MAKESHIFT GRAVE WHERE BODIES 'THROWN' 

MURDER SUSPECT FRANKLIN, BROTHER CHARGED IN GUN THEFTS FROM OFFICERS 

BANE WIDOW GRATEFUL TO WHOEVER LED POLICE TO BODIES 

MEDICAL EXAMINER IDENTIFIES HAYES' BODY 

MRS. BANE'S LONG ORDEAL IS OVER 

DENTAL RECORDS IDENTIFY BODIES AS BANE, 

DENTAL RECORDS IDENTIFY BODIES AS BANE, 

LAW OFFICERS BUNGLE COMMUNITY RELATIONS 

MEDICAL EXAMINER IDENTIFIES BODIES OF BANE, HAYES 

ENDING A SAD VIGIL 

AFTER THREE YEARS, BANE, HAYES GET PROPER BURIALS 

ACCUSED MURDERER FREED ON BOND 

THIS BAIL CERTAINLY DIDN'T FIT THE CHARGE 

EX-PSO, BROTHER FACING ARSON, BREAK-IN CHARGES 

SUN EDITORIAL WAS NOT FAIR TO DEPUTIES IN BANE-HAYES CASE 

FOX SAYS EVIDENCE INDICATES FRANKLIN WAS TRIGGER MAN 

PROSECUTORS SAY FRANKLIN GUNMAN 

FOX? STOLEN GUN MAY BE LINKED TO ORANGE DEATHS 

BANE-HAYES MURDER SUSPECTS TO PLEAD NOT GUILTY 

FRANKLIN, BUCHANAN PLANNING TO WAIVE ARRAIGNMENT TODAY 

BUCHANAN ENTERS PLEA OF NOT GUILTY 

COURT DAY HERE FOR FRANKLIN, BUCHANAN 

ORANGE COUPLE FOUND MURDERED 

SON-IN-LAW IS CHARGED IN MURDERS 

NEIGHBORS SHARE MEMORIES OF COUPLE 

SUSPECTED MURDERER FOUND DEAD 

MOTIONS FILED IN BANE-HAYES MURDER CASE 

MURDER, U.S. 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, MURDER 

SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO RAPE-TORTURE-MURDER CRIMES 

DEALING WITH PROBLEMS A DISAPPEARING SKILL 

S.C. MAN CLEARED IN KILLING OF TEEN 

SUPER MORGUE 

N.C. WOMAN SLAIN IN LOUISIANA 

GASTON MAN LOSES FIGHT TO AVOID S.C. EXTRADITION 

BODY OF MAN WANTED IN N.C. FOUND IN FLA. 

FLA. AUTHORITIES FIND BODY OF MAN WANTED IN N.C. 

FENNER ADMITS SELLING DRUGS 

MAN ARRESTED IN N.C. WOMAN'S DEATH 

N.C. MAN CLEARED OF MURDER CHARGE 

N.C. MAN CLEARED OF MURDER CHARGE SAYS TIME HE LOST UPSETS HIM MOST 

TWO N.C. ESCAPEES SOUGHT IN FLA. SLAYINGS 

ONE OF ESCAPEES SOUGHT IN MURDER SPREE CAUGHT IN S.C. 



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



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



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



3/09/1988 C 
3/22/1988 B 
3/22/1988 B 
4/23/1988 A 
6/08/1988 
6/09/1988 
6/10/1988 
7/02/1988 
7/02/1988 
7/02/1988 
7/02/1988 
7/02/1988 
7/03/1988 
7/07/1988 
7/07/1988 
7/08/1988 
7/08/1988 
7/08/1988 
7/09/1988 
7/09/1988 
7/09/1988 
7/10/1988 
7/10/1988 
7/10/1988 
7/11/1988 
7/11/1988 
7/11/1988 
7/12/1988 
7/12/1988 
7/12/1988 
7/12/1988 
7/13/1988 
7/18/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/26/1988 
8/03/1988 
8/08/1988 
8/09/1988 
9/27/1988 
12/09/1988 
12/10/1988 
12/10/1988 
12/11/1988 
12/30/1988 



N B53 
N W27 
N S82 
L 

N H90 
N H90 
N 

N H90 
N H90 
N R63 
N L90 
N R63 
N H90 
N H90 
N 

N M70 
N Vll 
N 080 
N 

N M70 
N U82 
N R63 
N R63 
N M51 
N R63 
N M06 
N W82 
N M25 
N M70 
E 

N H90 
E 

N H90 
N R63 
E 

N B53 
L 

N M70 
N 
N 

N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N 

N R63 
N H90 
N Vll 
N H90 



s 


2 


1/02/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/06/1988 B 


S 


N 


H 


2 


2/06/1988 A 


4 


t 


H 


2 


2/19/1988 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


3/01/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


3/08/1988 B 


11 


N 


S 


2 


3/08/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


3/09/1988 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/19/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


1 


5/19/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


5/20/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 


7/07/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


7/09/1988 B 


3 


N 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



ESCAPEE SOUGHT IN SLAYIN6S CAPTURED 
POLICE CAPTURE N.C. FUGITIVE 

'aKMWgBWg^SLAYINGS IN FLORIDA 
AlKnESSAY TWO ESCAPEES FROM PRISON LEFT TRAIL OF TERROR 
FORMER ESCAPEE FACES MURDER CHARGE 

f jHMH LINKED TO SLAYINGS 

ffi^JK ^ WlaMIi^P™ CASE 

ffig £g KhK^aWsII^inglia^ *rest 

RAEIGHMAN EXTRADITED IN MONTANA MURDER CASES 

*&-£1£&J^&SS?n «««« «HWELS ONE PHILADELPHIA... 

ggfi g^ofcfe^DEHT FOUND S«3T TO DEATH IN **YLAND 
BODYIDENTIFIED AS VIRGINIA WOMAN 

MAN HELD IN CRIME SPREE IS SENTENCED TO 18 YEARS 
AUTfV^Y SHOUS UOHAN WAS STABBED 

■ HONA Held BB KKcoting death 

Sf IN ^.DEATHS INVESTIGATED IN MICH. SLAYINGS 
MURDER ATTEMPTS, DURHAM ATmnT 

aai^W!^sffiruo » arson piracy 

"""MS Hi™ ATTESTED MURDER 

paid I SAY F MAN D TRIED TO HAVE HIS RIVAL KILLED 

MAN CHARGED UITH ATTEMPT TO KILL HIS WIFE BY BURNING 

ARSON, ATTEMPTED MURDER CHARGES FILED 

* JRM ^tc! R WIFE, 45, PLEAD GUILTY IN MURDER SOLICITATION CASE 
KILLER=F0R4URE TARGETS INVOLVED IN OTHER VIOLENCE 
DETECTIVES CONTINUE MURDER PROBE 
COUPLE GIVENPROBATION. FINE FOR MURDER PLOT 
POLICE SAYMANTRIED t6 HAVE HIS RIVAL KILLED 

"*%E^E^SHIjinm SPREE CHRONICLED IN THREE BOOKS 

MURDER-SUICIDE 

SEE ALSO SUICIDES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES, N.C. 

HSWffl SUP*" *™ER CHIEF SAYS 
3KILLED IN APPARENT MURDER-SUICIDE 

^a TC EEA^ K DK N fflf|ci K SUSPECTED 

llSHTff «8^Xm?SBMSSlEHD. THEN TURNS GUN ON HIMSELF 

2-YEAR-OLD FOUND ALIVE WITHBODIES 
WATAUGA COUPLE DIES IN MURDER-SUICIDE 
MURDER-SUICIDE RULED 

MURDOCH CENTER 

LOOKING UP -^-mrn 

iSScENTCR VOLUNTEERS DRAW PRAISE FOR CONTRIBUTIONS 



N 


E 


P 


D 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


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 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



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5 N 
1 P N 



7/14/1988 D 
7/14/1988 A 
7/15/1988 C 
7/16/1988 C 
7/18/1988 B 
7/21/1988 C 
7/22/1988 A 
8/03/1988 A 
8/09/1988 B 
8/13/1988 A 
8/14/1988 B 
8/15/1988 B 
8/17/1988 B 
8/18/1988 A 
8/25/1988 A 
10/03/1988 A 
10/06/1988 C 
10/23/1988 B 
10/24/1988 C 
11/02/1988 B 
11/10/1988 A 
12/20/1988 C 
12/24/1988 D 
12/26/1988 B 
12/27/1988 C 



S 2 3/04/1988 A 3 N 
H 2 8/18/1988 B 6 N S82 



4 


N 


1 


N 


1 


N 


5 


N 


4 


E 


1 


N M51 


1 


N S82 


1 


N B53 


4 


N M51 


1 


N M51 


6 


N 


16 


N 


1 P N 


4 


E 


8 





3 


N 


1 


N 


1 


N 


16 


N 


3 


N 


4 


N 


6 


N 


3 


N 



1 3/29/1988 C 1 N 

2 4/18/1988 A 6 N 
2 5/12/1988 C 18 N 
2 10/20/1988 C 8 N 
1 12/20/1988 C 1 



3/08/1988 B 
3/09/1988 C 
3/09/1988 C 
3/22/1988 B 
5/12/1988 C 



1 
1 

1 

1 

18 



N 

N S82 

N S82 
N £S3 
N S82 
N 



H 2 7/03/1988 C 9 P N 



4/12/1988 B 
4/13/1988 C 
5/11/1988 B 
5/13/1988 C 
5/18/1988 A 
5/19/1988 B 
7/12/1988 B 
7/14/1988 B 
9/19/1988 B 
9/21/1988 C 
9/23/1988 C 
9/24/1988 C 
9/30/1988 C 
10/09/1988 B 



S 2 3/25/1988 C 
H 2 4/19/1988 A 
S 2 4/21/1988 A 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



10 





6 


N 


10 


N 


2 


N 


8 


N 


2 


N 


10 


N 


2 


N 


2 


N 


12 


N 


2 


N 


6 


N 


2 


N 


6 


N 





P P 


4 


L 


4 


L 



T37 



-U630- 



HONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



PATIO PLANNING 
GUESTS OF HONOR 
BENEFIT MAS SUCCESSFUL 
OPERATION SANTA BEGINS AT BUTNER 
SPIRIT OF THE SEASON 

MURPHY HOUSE RESTAURANT _ 

POOR, LONELY TO HAVE FREE YULE DINNER IN LOUISBURG 

MURRAY STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

UOLFPACK LOOKS TO HALT RACERS' 10-GAME WINNING STREAK 

RACERS END WOLFPACK'S SEASON IN NEBRASKA 

RACERS ERASE 'PACK FROM FIELD 

THIS TIME, VALVANO'S NCAA MAGIC FAILED TO WORK 

MURRELLS INLET 

SEARCH SUSPENDED FOR FISHING BOAT LAST SEEN APRIL 6 

BROOKGREEN GARDENS; A SCULPTURE SANCTUARY AHID SUN, SAND AND SUDS 

MUSCLES 

UNC SEEKS VOLUNTEERS 

MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY 

CAMP NEW HOPE OPENS ON JUNE 18 

HOUSE VOTES TO MAKE N.C. TAX EVASION A FELONY 

BAKE SALE TO BENEFIT HDA FUND 

NEUROLOGIST GEARS UP FOR TELETHON 

TAKING OFF TO HELP THE DUKE 

MUSEUM CONSULTANTS LTD. 

COUNTY HIRES DISPLAY FIRM FOR COURTHOUSE 

SOCIETY PLANNING HISTORICAL EXHIBITS IN OLD COURTHOUSE 



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C -PG L P BYL 



4/26/1988 B 

6/02/1988 A 

8/26/1988 A 

12/02/1988 C 

12/16/1988 C 



10 P P S76 
2 P P C45 
4 L 
1 P N T33 
6 P P K30 



H 2 12/24/1988 C 1 N H60 



H 2 3/18/1988 B 1 N C36 

H 2 3/19/1988 D 1 N C36 

S 2 3/19/1988 B 1 P N G44 

H 2 3/20/1988 C 1 P U C36 



2 4/19/1988 B 
2 9/02/1988 D 



8 N 
8P F W66 



H 2 1/21/1988 B 4 N 



CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 



MUSEUMS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF MUSEUMS) 

SEE ALSO DISCOVERY PLACE (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO GENERAL WILLIAM C. LEE AIRBORNE MUSEUM 
LIVING MUSEUM: ENGINEER AIMS TO RETORE FAMILY'S 145-YEAR-OLD FARM... H 
THE HOUSE THAT RICHARD BUILT5 RJR'S 'BUNGALOW' AN UNUSUAL HOME FOR... ART H 
AERONAUTICAL MUSEUM LAUNCHES FUND-KAISER S 

DUPLIN MUSEUM TURNS BACK CLOCK TO DAYS OF ONE-ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE H 

MUSEUMS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ARTHUR M. SACKLER GALLERY OF ASIAN AND NEAR EASTERN ART 
SEE ALSO INSTITUTE OF MUSEUM SERVICES 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN ART 
NORFOLK'S CHRYSLER GETS HOME FIT FOR ITS ART H 

N.C. GRANITE TO BE CORNERSTONE OF NEW HOLOCAUST MUSEUM IN D.C. H 



MUSHROOMS 

SEE ALSO HALLUCINOGENS 
40 POUNDS OF MARIJUANA SEIZED 
STALKING THE WILD MUSHROOM} KNOW YOUR PREY 
HALLUCINOGEN MAY BE LINKED TO UNC STUDENT'S FATAL FALL 
CHATHAM HUSBAND, WIFE FACE EIGHT DRUG CHARGES 
UNC STUDENT'S DEATH ACCIDENTAL 
FUNGUS AMONG US 
MUSHROOMS COULD GROW INTO NEW CASH CROP FOR STATE 

MUSIC 

SEE ALSO ACOUSTIC MUSIC 

SEE ALSO BEACH MUSIC FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO BIG BAND SOUND 

SEE ALSO BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL (SNOW CAMP) 

SEE ALSO BLUEGRASS MUSIC 

SEE ALSO BLUES MUSIC 

SEE ALSO BRIGHTLEAF MUSIC WORKSHOP 

SEE ALSO BULL CITY BLUES 

SEE ALSO CHAMBER MUSIC 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL MUSIC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO CHRISTIAN MUSIC 



H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

CHH 

H 



6/12/1988 A 
6/23/1988 A 
6/25/1988 A 
9/03/1988 A 
11/05/1988 C 



N 

N 

N 
P N S17 
P P C45 



2 6/09/1988 C 1 P N H02 
2 6/17/1988 B 5 N 



2 1/15/1988 A 6 P N 

2 1/29/1988 D 12 P F W66 
2 5/02/1988 C 7 N 
2 12/14/1988 C 4 N 



2 2/26/1988 D 
2 10/06/1988 A 



7 P F C19 
1 N 



3/08/1988 B 
4/07/1988 C 
4/12/1988 B 
4/13/1988 C 
7/08/1988 A 
10/05/1988 A 
12/04/1988 E 



6 
1 

10 
6 
1 
1 

14 



N 080 
F Zll 
N BIO 
N 080 

N H02 

' P L38 

U B56 



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SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS MUSIC 

SEE ALSO CLASSICAL MUSIC 

SEE ALSO COUNTRY MUSIC ,__. ___. 

SEE ALSO DOWNTOWN LUNCH CONCERT SERIES 

see also durham music teachers 
He also eastern music festival 

SEE ALSO ELECTRONIC MUSIC 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO GOSPEL MUSIC 

SEE ALSO HYMNS 
SEE ALSO JAZZ 

SEE ALSO PINECOnTOeDMONT COUNCIL OF TRADITIONAL MUSIC) 

SEE ALSO RAP MUSIC 

SEE ALSO RENAISSANCE MUSIC 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, MUSIC 

SEE ALSO ROCK 'N' ROLL 

m 8L3 Wre&wra. HILL HPT. OF MUSIC 
^AF&L^pffi TO LURE MUSIC STUDENTS 

NIGHTSPOTS OFFER MlglC MIX 
NIGHTSPOTS OFFER MUSIC MIX ^ 

LA BEEPS ROCKABILLY PART OF MUSIC MIX 
...NIGHTSPOTS... uTv 

S^cEWSKir N.C. IN KJSIC FESTIVAL 
H^TOT^viENNESE MUSIC PUBLISHING REFLECTED IN DUKE LIBRARY'S NEW. 

^SEE ^ CAMPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) ^ 
MUSIC CAMPFOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS PLANNED 
HCCOLL TO GO TO MUSIC CAMP 
A CAHP SONG - BUT NO FIRE 

MUSIC VIDEOS _^ 

SEE ALSO VIDEOTAPE 

^EARCHER^NdFpOUTICAL TWIST IN ROCK VIDEOS 
St^RESE^CHERS TUNE IN TO MUSIC VIDEOS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 
SEE ALSO GUITARS 

H ALSO SOCIETY FOR PERFORMANCE ON ORIGINAL INSTRU)€NTS 
SEE ALSO TRUMPETS 
SEE ALSO TUBAS 

%^ S r\bSELl'oASSICALLY SATIRICAL ENGLISH DELIGHT 
♦tt FREE OF CHARGE i$» 



S 

s 

H 
S 
S 
S 

s 
s 

H 

s 

H 



MUSICIANS 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 



BLACKS, MUSICIANS 

CIOMPI QUARTET 

COMPOSERS 

CONDUCTORS (MUSIC) 

DURHAM SYMPHONY 

FLUTISTS 

FOLK SONGS 

JAZZ 

N.C. SYMPHONY 

ROCK CONCERTS 

ROCK *N» ROLL 

SINGERS 

SONGWRITERS 

VILLAGE BAND 

VIOLINISTS 



V10/1988 B 
5/19/1988 D 
6/02/1988 B 
6/09/1988 D 
6/30/1988 
7/14/1988 
7/21/1988 
8/25/1988 
8/27/1988 
9/01/1988 
12/29/1988 



18 

5 

2 

11 

10 

10 

11 

12 

16 

6 

11 



N 
I 

N 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
N 
I 
N D80 



H 2 4/28/1988 C 
S 2 5/17/1988 C 
CHH 1 6/22/1988 A 



6 N 
3 N 

3 P P T44 



S 2 6/24/1988 A 6 D F 859 
CW 1 6/26/1988 A 3 N K65 
CHH 1 12/27/1988 A 3 P N S17 



2 3/18/1988 D 7 R L59 
2 4/14/1988 D 5 P I 



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D — DATE- 



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SEE ALSO WOMEN, MUSICIANS 
MOTLEY TWJMPETS CHARMS OF RENOVATED MILL 
KITCHEN ON ANOTHER HIGH NOTE 
'UNPREDICTABLE' HARTFORD AT STEWART 

'FAME IS LIKE HORSERADISH'... LIVINGSTON TAYLOR GETTING OLDER... 
A $5 GUITAR LAUNCHED SAM PRIDGEN ON MUSIC CAREER 
ALIKE, BUT DIFFERENT: TWINS' TALE 
MUSIC STUDENTS WIN PERFORMANCE AWARDS 
STRING ENSEMBLE WINS TROPHY IN COMPETITION 
'I WANTED TO PLAY MY HORN' 

BUS BROWNi SINGER PERFORMS FRIDAY 'ON THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE' 
3 N.C. MUSICIANS HONORED 
WIRTZ PLAYS 'WARP-A-BILLY' AT END 
BLUES GUITAR PLAYER WINS $5,000 AWARD 
VILLAGE BAND TO PROVIDE A MUSICAL FOURTH OF JULY FOR AREA 
LITTLE EVA GOT $50 FOR 'LOCOMOTION' 
NAPPY BROWN WAS HIGH POINT OF ENO RIVER MUSIC 
AFTER 28 YEARS, MAURICE WILLIAMS ISN'T TIRED OF SINGING STAY 
GRATITUDE TO MUSIC TEACHER 
A MUSIC MAN OF MANY FACES 
ST. STEPHEN'S CRESCENDO 
REJUVENATED DAVE MASON BRINGS ACT TO CARRBORO 
FRANKLIN STREET MINSTREL 
ARLO GOES SOLO 

ARLO GUTHRIE TOURING BACK TO BEGINNINGS THURSDAY IN CARRBORO 
80-YEAR-OLD COMPOSER STILL HEARS THE MUSIC 
TAR HEEL BLUES ARTISTS HONORED IN WASHINGTON 
SERENADE 

PRIDE OF THE TRIANGLE 
THE LITTLE LABEL THAT COULD 
BAND ALUM DANKO IN 'LAZY CREATIVE' MODE 

MUSICIANS UNITED FOR SAFE ENERGY 
SEE ALSO ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT 
ORGANIZING AGAINST LEFTISTS 

MUSLIMS 

SEE ALSO BLACK MUSLIMS 

SEE ALSO ISLAM (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 

SEE ALSO SHIITE MUSLIMS 

'IRON FIST' ENSLAVES GAZANS IN THEIR LAND 

EIGHT PAKISTANIS ON WALKING TOUR OF FIVE STATES 

MUSLIMS, HINDUS JOIN CHRISTIAN FRIENDS IN CELEBRATION 

LUNAR CALENDAR USED TO SET MANY RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS 

MUSTARD 

HISTORIAN: NO BULL, CITY'S NICKNAME CAME FROM A MUSTARD MISTAKE 

MUTUAL FUNDS 

SEE ALSO STOCK MARKET 
HOW MUCH BENEFIT ARE THOSE SELF-HELP VIDEOS? 

MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

RTI AWARDS $2.1 MILLION SUBCONTRACT TO ACUREX CORP. _ „ 

MUTUAL SAVINGS & LOAN SAYS MORTGAGE LOANS REACH $19.1 MILLION LAST YEAR 
DOMINO'S FRANCHISEE REORGANIZES HOLDINGS 
MAGAZINE NAMES MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN TOP THRIFT 
SUCCESS FOR 67 YEARS BRINGS DURHAM S&L NATIONAL HONOR 

MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, BRANCHES 

MUTUAL BREAKS GROUND TO SIGNAL START OF WORK ON BRANCH OFFICE 

MY HEART BELONGS TO DADDY (PLAY) 
PLAY TO BE PERFORMED AT DUKE 
'DADDY' OPENS 10-SHOW TRYOUT WEDNESDAY 
FUNNY 'DADDY' A REAL DELIGHT 

MY LIFE AS A DOG (FILM) 
THE MOVIES OF '87 



S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



A 

I A 
D 
D 
C 
E 

I C 
C 



1/09/1988 
1/23/1988 
2/05/1988 
2/26/1988 
4/10/1988 
5/08/1988 
5/26/1988 
5/26/1988 . 
6/06/1988 B 
6/16/1988 D 
6/29/1988 C 
6/30/1988 D 
7/02/1988 C 
7/03/1988 A 
7/05/1988 B 
7/08/1988 D 
7/31/1988 C 
8/04/1988 A 
8/12/1988 D 
8/12/1988 D 
8/19/1988 D 
8/29/1988 A 
9/01/1988 
9/02/1988 
9/17/1988 
10/01/1988 
10/01/1988 
10/07/1988 
11/04/1988 



1 P N H70 



12/09/1988 D 



4 
5 

12 
1 
1 
9 

20 
1 
1 
4 
2 

i 
i 

5 
6 
1 
4 
2 
12 
6 
7 
2 
3 
3 
1 
1 
4 
12 
8 



E 

F L37 
F U66 
N N36 
F S56 
N M66 
N 

N A80 
F G59 
N 

F B71 
N A80 
N L90 
N 

RL37 
U N36 
L 
L37 
U66 
L37 
T44 
B71 
W66 
N L90 
N 

P B90 
E 

F S69 
F H90 



H 2 3/17/1988 A 4 L 



H 


2 1/06/1988 A 


4 


J 


H 


1 4/30/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/23/1988 C 


1 


N P41 


H 


2 12/23/1988 C 


4 


N P41 



H 2 6/26/1988 B 1 U N36 



H 2 8/19/1988 D 8 R L59 



s 


2 


1/25/1988 A 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/31/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/05/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


6/15/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


6/16/1988 D 


6 


N 



H 2 12/10/1988 C 6 P N C47 



H 2 2/01/1988 C 10 N W66 
H 2 2/12/1988 D 10 N W66 
H 2 2/19/1988 D 9 P R P10 



H 2 1/15/1988 D 3 P R S66 



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W ^WM PARISIAN LOOK AT CRIME 

MYA qff E A^SO G MSEASES <SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
ra&^ STUDY COULD HELP MYASTHENIA GRAVIS VICTIMS 

DUKE TESTS HOLD HOPE FOR VICTIMS OF MUSCLE AILMENT 

"^BRAIN SECRET DISCOVERED BY UNC BIOCHEMISTS 

^^BEACH^DE' KEEPS SHAG ALIVE IN HICKORY 
YOU'RE OUT OF ORDER, LAWYERS ntu 
MYRTLE BEACH EXPECTS BIG CROUD AT SUNFUN 
•FRET PRIZE? IT DEPENDS ON HOW YOU DEFINE 'PRICE* 

WSTE ABANDON£D INFANT GIRL STILL OJILFgRD .MYSTERY 
KISSIf«3DURHAM FURNITURE MYSTERY SOLVED 

THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD (PLAY) 

AUDIENCE CAN DECIDE PLAY'S ENDING 

"^MYTHS A HIT; 'FABLES' EXHIBIT WILL MAKE YOU THINK AT DUKE 

NAACP 

SE ^HARLE &ll*ELECTION DISPUTE APPEARS RESOLVED 
W^WS^W^L^ GOVERNOR 

Ks^«'^i^iGi^ Tn , Tnws 

NAACP DROPSCHALLENGES TO VILLAGE RADIO LICENSES 

^k£cSTsEGREGATION REVERSALS 

NAACP, DURHAM CHAPTER wm ^ lf> 
RILEY GUEST AT NAACP MEETING 
MEACHEM TO TALK AT NAACP MEETING 
NAACP TO RALLY FOR DUKE 

ffi? J^nK&S SOCIAL SET MAY 18 
BLACK G^SEEKHJKE ACTION ON RACISM 
GETTING TO KNOW YOU 
RELATING 

NAACP TO HEAR TALK BY ADVISER TO GOV. MARTIN 
NAACP TO HEAR DISCUSSION ON a)f€RCOLLIDER 
NAACP TO DISCUSS SUPER-COLLIDER EFFORTS 
DURHAM NAACP TO HONOR MARSH 
NAACP PLANS MARSH HONOR ON SATURDAY 

NAACP, GREENSBORO CHAPTER 

NAACP PROTESTS JOB PRACTICES AT COLISEUM 

'^ELJOTONtfreFjefT FOR CASWELL APPROVED 

NAACP LEADBMSCHALLENGING RUNOFF PRIMARIES 
r^TRN^^INGPAPER DRAWS A »NO* FROM GOVERNOR 
RUUNG^AVESWAY FORTOURTWALLENGE OF PRIMARY RUNOFFS 
NAACP TARGETS 29 RADIO STATIONS 
NAACP THREATENS RADIO LICENSE CHALLENGES 



H 2 4/08/1988 D 10 P R L59 



H 2 1/29/1988 B 8 N D80 
H 2 7/04/1988 B 6 N 
S 2 7/12/1988 B 1 N H65 



H 2 12/14/1988 C 1 D N C60 



S 2 2/13/1988 A 3 N 

H 2 5/28/1988 A 4 E 

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

S 2 5/30/1988 C 1 U U57 

H 2 7/11/1988 B 6 N 

S 2 8/10/1988 A 6 N 



H 2 10/06/1988 B 4 N D80 
H 2 4/29/1988 D 13 P R G68 



H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

CHH 1 

H 2 



1/09/1988 C 
6/08/1988 B 
8/24/1988 B 
10/22/1988 A 
11/03/1988 A 
11/03/1988 A 
11/13/1988 A 



CHH 1 12/02/1988 A 



12 N 
5 N 
1 P N 
3 P N M70 

15 N 
1 N M70 
1 P N P38 
3 N M70 



H 2 5/17/1988 A 4 L 



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



1/20/1988 A 
3/25/1988 C 
4/21/1988 B 
4/22/1988 C 
4/28/1988 B 
5/01/1988 B 
5/19/1988 B 
5/19/1988 C 
6/24/1988 B 
6/25/1988 C 
7/20/1988 B 
7/20/1988 A 
10/28/1988 A 
11/06/1988 A 



17 
3 
5 
1 
6 
1 
4 
7 
6 
6 
1 

11 
9 

22 



R80 

S73 

S73 



2 8/10/1988 B 8 N 



1 4/16/1988 C 1 N 

2 6/07/1988 B 16 N 
1 8/24/1988 B 1 P N 

1 9/16/1988 A 13 N 

2 10/21/1988 A 9 N 
CHH 1 10/22/1988 A 3 P N M70 



NASA 



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SEE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION 

NASCAR 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 
FANFARE/GUTHRIE ON NASCAR 

RICHMOND LOOKING FOR RIDE IN NASCAR AMID RUMORS 
FANFARE/NASCAR TESTING 
NASCAR TO TEST FOR DRUGS 
NASCAR STANDING TALL FOLLOWING PETTY WRECK 
RICHMOND'S ABSENCE HANGS OVER NASCAR 
FOGLEMAN FAMILY HOOKED BY AUTO RACING BUG 
PETTY FACES POSSIBLE PENALTY FOR INCIDENT 
NASCAR HANDS PETTY «2,000 FINE 

RICHMOND CLAIMS NASCAR RUINED CAREER ; FILES LAWSUIT 
NASCAR SUSPENDS FOYT FOR 6 MONTHS 
FANFARE/ROBINSON SURPRISED 
NASCAR DRIVERS KE EP BO BBY ALLISON IN THOUGHTS 
RACE WIVES WANT BETTER INSURANCE 
FANFARE/PIEDMONT PULLS OUT 
FANFARE/THUNDER-DOOMED 



NATO 



SEE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION 



NC 18 



SENATOR SAM HIGHWAY 



NC 49 



N.C. 49 PROJECT SHOULD BE DONE BY END OF YEAR 
STATE AWARDS CONTRACT FOR WIDENING N.C. 49 



NC 54 



♦62,000 FOR BIKE PATH APPROVED IN CARRBORO 

TOWN OF HORRISVILLE APPROVES REZONING FOR SHOPPING CENTER 

COUNTY BOARD TO REVIEW PLAN TO WIDEN 4 ROADS 

ENTRANCEWAYS PLAN ON HOLD 

PROPERTY OWNERS IN ANNEXATION'S PATH PLAN TO SUE TO STAY OUT OF CHAPEL. 

3 LAWSUITS CHALLENGE ANNEXATION BY CHAPEL HILL 

TWO MEN INJURED IN WRECK ON N.C. 54 

PLANNING BOARD BACKS REZONING 

TRAPPED UNDER WRECK 

RESIDENTS ENDORSE BYPASS-WIDENING PLAN 

COUNCIL REQUESTS DOT PLANT TREES ON BYPASS 

CINEMA SHOULDN'T GET APPROVAL, SAYS PLANNER 

PLANNING BOARD DELAYS DECISION ON THEATERS 

MAKE STUDENTS RIDE BUSES 

DEVELOPERS WITHDRAW PLANS FOR CHAPEL HILL THEATER COMPLEX 

TOWN DIDN'T ANNEX TO SAVE OPEN SPACE - TAYLOR 

ANNEXATION BID SAID TO BE SHORT OF REQUIREMENTS 

ANNEXATION PLAN DEFICIENT, CONSULTANT SAYS 

JUDGE TO RULE ON ANNEXATION CONFLICT TODAY 

ANNEXATION SUITS DISMISSED 

PLAN TO CLOSE ROAD DRAWS PROTEST FROM RESIDENTS OF NEIGHBORHOOD 

HARDIN WANTS ARTS CENTER IN CHAPEL HILL 

PESTICIDE SPILL SLOWS EARLY RUSH-HOUR TRAFFIC 



NC 55 



COUNTY BOARD TO REVIEW PLAN TO WIDEN 4 ROADS 



NC 86 



3 LAWSUITS CHALLENGE ANNEXATION BY CHAPEL HILL 

BOARD PICKS SCHOOL SITE 

CALVANDER RESIDENTS OPPOSE CARRBORO'S WORD ON LAND USE 

CARRBORO LAND-USE DECISION DUE 

LAND FOR NEW SCHOOL BOUGHT NEAR N.C. 86 

CATES HOPES FOR NEW LINK WITH OWASA 

SCHOOL WATER LINES WOULDN'T VIOLATE RULES 



NC 98 



H 


2 


1/22/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


1/22/1988 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 


1/26/1988 D 


3 N 


S 


2 


1/26/1988 B 


2 N 


H 


2 


2/17/1988 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 


3/06/1988 C 


1 P U U60 


S 


2 


3/22/1988 D 


4 P N A76 


H 


2 


4/27/1988 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


4/28/1988 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


4/30/1988 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


5/02/1988 B 


2PN 


H 


2 


6/17/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


7/18/1988 D 


7 N 


H 


2 


8/11/1988 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


8/19/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 11/11/1988 B 


3 N 



H 1 


7/19/1988 B 


5 P P 


H 1 


4/28/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 3 


5/14/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 3 


2/17/1988 B 


1 


N M10 


H 1 


2/24/1988 C 


2 


N P41 


S 2 


4/23/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 3 


5/18/1988 C 


1 


N M70 


H 2 


5/19/1988 A 


1 M N M70 


H 2 


5/25/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


H 3 


6/01/1988 B 


1 P N 080 


CHH 1 


6/08/1988 A 


1 M N M70 


H 2 


7/03/1988 C 


1 P P T44 


CHH 1 


7/04/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


7/06/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


7/16/1988 C 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


7/20/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


H 2 


8/03/1988 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


8/16/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


8/25/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


8/26/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


8/27/1988 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


8/31/1988 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


9/01/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


H 2 


9/20/1988 C 


2 


N M70 


CHH 1 


9/29/1988 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


11/15/1988 A 


3 P N M70 



S 2 4/23/1988 A 1 N M06 



N.C. 98 WRECK PUTS 3 IN HOSPITAL 



H 2 
H 2 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 


5/25/1988 A 
6/07/1988 B 
7/01/1988 A 
7/12/1988 A 
7/16/1988 C 
7/29/1988 A 
10/12/1988 A 


1 
5 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 


N M70 
N 080 
N Vll 
N Vll 
N H25 
N R63 
N H90 


S 2 


8/15/1988 C 


1 


N M06 



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SUBJECTS 



N.C. 98 WRECK KILLS 1, INJURES 2 
yOWM, 82, KILLED IN N.C. 98 WRECK 

MRS* KKS, mim N.C. 98 VICTIM M 

^TROLSAYS DRIVER IN FAtSl WRECK APF ARENTLY FEU ASLEEP AT T>£ 

N.C. 98 WRECK BADLY INJURES 2 

TWEE HURT IN COLLISION ON N.C. 98 

3 INJURED IN ACCIDENT ON N.C. 98 

3 INJURED IN ACCIDENT ON IkCj 98 

2 INJURED ON N.C. 98 RECOVERING 

IjpA TUT 

FORMER NCA WORKERS MAY GET AID 

^seFaM. 1 ^ LIFE INSURE CO. mc 

SALS W ROLLING HILLS FIGHTING UPHILL BATTLE 

NCNB NATIONAL BANK ^^ 
SEE N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

^ ^^^W^ NCNB RESCUE FIRST REPUBLIC 

NCNB BEGINS REOPENING TEXAS BANK 

KM ASSUMES CONTROL OF FIRST REPUBLIC 

FIRST REPUBLIC PROTECTED 

IggS^ofiSJ^joRCEawniii 

g^SS^TE^&B VMS BA* «*ER 
RECORD BRGKENFOR BANK FAILURES IN TEXAS 

Kffi s^l^i^,F A Ar NTLY aK£Rto - 

NCNB TEXAS' PROFITABILITY BOOSTS EARNINGS 

IB! CORP 

KOBAYASHI, 81, SPEAKS AT DUKE 

m 

SEE NAnONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN 

"* rV ?90S S FOR£C^T: DURHAM AREA GROWTH WILL BE AMONG U.S. LEADERS 

NRBO (NEW RHYTHM AND BUB QUARTET) 
NRBQ, LYRES, BATTLEFIELD BACK 
NRBQ SHOW SMOKIN', BUT LYRES WERE JUST A BLLR 

m G 0FFERS N ARE FIRST STEP IN STEVENS BREAKUP 

^^Li^ROCK REMEMBERS SAVORING CrtJCOLATE-COVERED FIG BARS 
HABisCO REORGANIZATION SHOULD FREE OPERATORS 

NAEGELE OUTDOOR ADVERTISING CO. 

"WHHiMiinjftr" mima 

WmWILLE'S NEARLY-NUBE AD GETS CLOTHING 
CAROLINIANS PREPARE MAJOR PUSH FOR NFL 

NAGASAKI, JAPAN ^^ 
SEE ALSO ATOMIC BOMBS 

5 ^£nR£D J NAVAL OFFICER SAYS MILITARY CAN'T BRING SECURITY 



WHEEL 



N 
P 

s 

H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 

s 
s 



S 

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



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8/16/1988 A 

8/17/1988 B 

8/17/1988 A 

8/22/1988 B 

8/22/1988 C 

10/21/1988 A 

10/22/1988 C 

10/22/1988 B 

10/22/1988 B 

10/24/1988 C 



N 

N M51 
N M06 

N 

N B53 
N M66 
N B53 
N H70 
N 



H 2 1/13/1988 B 8 N 



S 2 4/18/1988 A 1 M N W82 



7/29/1988 C 
7/30/1988 A 
8/01/1988 
8/02/1988 
8/02/1988 
8/02/1988 
8/03/1988 
8/05/1988 
8/12/1988 
8/12/1988 
8/13/1988 B 
8/25/1988 D 
9/06/1988 C 
11/23/1988 A 
12/31/1988 A 



3 
1 
1 

12 

12 

12 

6 

3 

9 

9 

8 

6 

2 

10 

8 



N 
N 
N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N W82 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 9/29/1988 A 15 N 



H 2 6/29/1988 A 1 N 

H 2 4/08/1988 D 2 P R L37 

H 2 4/15/1988 D 3 R L37 

H 2 5/10/1988 A 10 N 

H 2 5/22/1988 B 1 U N36 

H 2 6/02/1988 D 8 N 



2 4/18/1988 ft 1 N 

2 4/19/1988 B 1 N 

2 8/24/1988 A 7 N 

2 10/22/1988 B 2 N 









H 2 8/11/1988 C 6 P N C47 



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NAGS MEAD, N.C. 

TIME-SHARE BUYERS AT RESORTS WARNED BY N.C. AUTHORITIES 
DEVELOPER STRIVES FOR BALANCE IN N.C. BEACH PROJECT 

THE TRAVELING HOTEL m 

MONEY OK'D TO RELOCATE OCEANFRONT BUILDINGS 

NAKED PREY (MUSIC GROUP) 

ROOMFUL STILL A CRACK BLUES BAND 

NAMES 

SEE ALSO NICKNAMES 

SEE ALSO ROADS, N.C, NAMES 

PRESIDENT NEEDS THE RIGHT NAME 

'TREYBERNE' DEVELOPER DECIDES ON NEW NAME 

CONFUSING ROAD NAMES 

PAQUIN SAYS HIS NAME MAY HAVE COST HIM GOP PRIMARY 

TITLES GETTING 'CURIOUSER' 

NAMES OF INFAMY _ 

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 

REDISTRIBUTING OUR ASSETS 

PANEL TO DEBATE POLICY ON NAMING BUILDINGS 

PANEL HOLDS POLICY ON PROPERTY NAMES 

COUNCIL MULLS HOW TO RENAME BUILDINGS 

BUILDING NAME POLICY SHOULDN'T IGNORE PUBLIC 

NANCY SUSAN REYNOLDS AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO Z. SMITH REYNOLDS FOUNDATION INC. 
THREE WOMEN HONORED FOR SERVICE WORK 

NANTAHALA NATIONAL FOREST 

DUKE POWER BUYS 7,100-ACRE VALLEY 

DUKE POWER'S PLAN FOR VALLEY SADDENS CONSERVATIONISTS 

FOREST MANAGEMENT APPEAL IS REJECTED 

GROUP CONCERNED ABOUT POWER LINE IN SCENIC VALLEY 

RAINBOW FAMILY'S MARK STILL SHOWS IN NANTAHALA 

FOREST SERVICE TO STUDY NANTAHALA CLEAR-CUT TIMBER PLAN 

NANTAHALA POWER AND LIGHT CO. 

DUKE POWER BUYS 7,100-ACRE VALLEY 

DUKE POWER'S PLAN FOR VALLEY SADDENS CONSERVATIONISTS 

CONFLICT OF INTEREST 

DUKE POWER GETS OK ON NANTAHALA 

AUCTION SET ON 500 ACRES IN MOUNTAINS 

UTILITY SELLING LAND IN MOUNTAINS 

DUKE POWER HEARING TODAY 

NANTAHALA POWER DEAL SPARKS OPPOSITION 

DUKE POWER COMPLETES NANTAHALA PURCHASE 

NANTAHALA RIVER 

AUCTION SET ON 500 ACRES IN MOUNTAINS 

NANTUCKET (MUSIC GROUP) 

NANTUCKET COMING TO UNDER STREET 



NARCOLEPSY 

SEE ALSO SLEEP 
NARCOLEPSY - 



ODD DISEASE THAT CREATES IRRESISTIBLE URGE TO SLEEP 



H 2 1/02/1988 D 6 N 

S 2 5/06/1988 A 12 N 

H 2 8/24/1988 B 5 P P 

H 1 10/27/1988 C 4 N 



H 2 2/05/1988 D 6 P R L37 



S 2 2/10/1988 B 1 U C09 

H 2 4/12/1988 BUN 

H 2 5/12/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 5/28/1988 A 13 P N 

H 2 7/27/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 8/01/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 10/07/1988 C 1 N S51 

S 2 10/07/1988 C 1 N H70 

S 2 10/10/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 10/12/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 10/14/1988 A 4 L 

S 2 10/27/1988 C 1 N H70 

H 2 10/28/1988 C 2 N S51 

S 2 10/28/1988 A 1 P N H70 

S 2 10/31/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 11/13/1988 B 3 N 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/08/1988 B 
2 1/12/1988 B 
2 3/10/1988 D 
2 3/18/1988 A 

1 6/17/1988 C 

2 10/13/1988 D 


4 
6 
10 
16 
2 
5 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/08/1988 B 
2 1/12/1988 B 
2 3/16/1988 A 
2 4/03/1988 D 
2 5/02/1988 A 
2 7/20/1988 B 
2 8/16/1988 A 
2 8/17/1988 A 
1 11/19/1988 C 


4 

6 

4 

12 

24 

4 

12 

12 

2 


N 
N 
L 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


H 


2 5/02/1988 A 


24 


N 


H 


2 1/01/1988 D 


2 


N 



NASH COUNTY, N.C. 

NASH CO. SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST PROVIDES SAFETY NET FOR STUDENTS 
VIEWS DIFFER ON NASH, EDGECOMBE SCHOOL MERGER PLAN 
NASH COUNTY COMMUNITY OF CASTALIA PLANNING OLD-FASHIONED CELEBRATION 
FUNDS SET UP FOR ORPHANED TORNADO KIDS 



CHH 1 11/18/1988 A 6 U 



S 2 1/22/1988 A 7 N 

H 2 6/18/1988 B 4 N 

H 1 7/02/1988 C 1 N 

H 2 12/13/1988 C 1 N 046 



NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 



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BROCHURE 



SE GARD£N HICT&lfloCIETY FINDS NASHVILLE ENCHANTING 

* ASW A«MR E FILES PLAN FOR SALE OF ASSETS TO NASWILLE EAGLE 
JUDGE OKS AVAIR SALE 

^Ig^&fflSiff MUC DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 

^wmoewBns increase in calls from u.s. 

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 
ccr &i en 9TTBCE 
SCIENTISTS^POSE MOVING LIGHTHOUSE 
PLAN TO SAVE LIGHT SHOULDN'T BE RISKY 
SCIENTISTS IN TRIANGLE 
ACADEMY TAPS PROF 

NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR OUTSTANDING NEGRO STUDENTS 
SEEALSO SOflL^IPStSEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 
3 BLACK STUDENTS UN SCHOLARSHIPS^ m 
AREASTUDENTS WIN NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS 
NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT SEMIFINAUSTS NAMED 

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION 

VUBbHiLi MILLION FOR EARTH STUDIES 

W^S^SS^^^K TEACKER 
NASA TO FUND MAS RESEARCH AT N.C. SCHOOLS 
N\CV CENTER MAY MAKE MARS MISSION A REALITY 
NASA SHOULDN'T HURRY TO GET SHUTTLE LAUNCHED 
mm SHUTTLE LAUNCH NO 'CURE-ALL* FOR NASA __ 

SPACE TCC^OGYreRFETSLOOMS IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE 
SEE NAACP 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK SOCIAL WORKERS 

^UKi W K&WfW; UNC PROF WANTS RESPECT FOR BLACKS... 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENTS 
^ALS0DI»1aM COUNTYAWICULTURAL EXTENSION OFFICE 
S ^BOCK^INK NlcVFARNINGiCOUNTY BY COUNTY 
COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENTS TO MEET 

national association of hosiery manufacturers 
^IayFdMcit^fUenstein monster 

national asso ciati on of letter carriers 
see also letter carriers 
see also u.s. postal service 
postal increase warranted 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS 

i S3 »r» WSrs 

*$ig&&k 1 Wk &W DIP IN N.C. 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION, DURHAM CHAPTER 
SEE WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 

SEEfLSOACC IN THE NBA (SUN COLUMN) 

H ALSO CONTINENTAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 



H 2 5/29/1988 E 14 U 



H 2 3/26/1988 A 8 N R80 
H 2 4/17/1988 A 16 N 



2 5/05/1988 A 18 N R80 



H 2 4/28/1988 C 5 P N 

S 2 5/02/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 5/16/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 6/29/1988 B 9 N 



S 2 3/16/1988 A 11 N 
H 2 3/17/1988 B 6 N 
H 2 9/29/1988 B 9 N 



CHH 1 
H 2 



2/10/1988 B 
2/24/1988 C 
2/29/1988 B 
5/02/1988 A 
5/30/1988 B 
8/08/1988 A 
9/26/1988 A 
11/09/1988 A 



10 
1 
7 
8 
1 
4 
1 

12 



N U80 
N L90 
N 
N 
N 
E 
1 N L90 
N K65 



S 2 11/21/1988 C 1 P N 



S 2 8/11/1988 A 6 P F S27 
H 1 8/13/1988 C 2 N 



H 2 4/26/1988 C 2 P N 
H 2 5/14/1988 A 4 L 

S 2 8/11/1988 A 1 N 






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SEE ALSO FREE AGENTS (SPORTS) 
DENVER'S ENGLISH REACHES MILESTONE 
LARRY NANCE RETURNS TO ACTION WITH A BANG 
SMITH TELLS REID TO TAKE NBA OFFER IF TIME'S RIGHT 
NANCE ON HOT STREAK 

NBA PIONEER CLIFTON GETS RECOGNITION INSTEAD OF PENSION 
MICHAEL JORDAN IS FOCAL POINT OF OPPONENTS 
FAMILIAR NAMES SHOULD DOT DRAFT 

FATHER KNOWS BEST: NCCU'S CLEO HILL JR. LEARNED A LOT... 
HORNETS CONTINUE SEARCH FOR COACH 
BAILEY REMEMBERS STORYBOOK SEASON 
SHACKLEFORD MAY REGISTER FOR PRO DRAFT 

JORDAN FEELS DESERVING OF NBA MVP 

MAVS, CAVS AND SONICS GET WINS IN NBA PLAYOFFS 

FANFARE/ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 

GIVE ME A CHANGE 

JORDAN HEADS ALL-NBA TEAM 

WITH SWITCH TO DETROIT. BALL IS IN PISTONS' COURT 

LAKERS ROCK PISTONS. GAIN 2-1 ADVANTAGE 

LAKERS REPEAT AS NBA CHAMPS 

KEEP HOT ACTION ON COURT _ 

TOLIVER'S STORY? RELUCTANT REF MAKES LEAP FROM COLLEGE BALL TO NBA 

NBA SCHEDULE/1988-89 

MICHAEL JORDAN JOINS ALL-STARS IN CHARLOTTE 

TEAM USA OPENS EXHIBITION TOUR WITH VICTORY OVER NBA 

OLYMPIANS TOP NBA ALL-STARS 

MILLER, THOMAS PACE NBA BY OLYMPIANS 

LAKERS BEGIN DIFFICULT QUEST FOR &USIVE 3RD STRAIGHT TITLE 

IN CHARLOTTE. THEY'RE ANXIOUS TO SEE NEW KID ON BLOCK... „ ^^ 

THE NBA BOOMS HOW A STRUGGLING LEAGUE BECAME THE HOTTEST PRO COMMODITY 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION, DRAFT 

SEE NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION DRAFT 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION, MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 
JORDAN MVP 
BULLS' JORDAN NAMED MVP 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION DRAFT 

SEE ALSO SPORTS, RECRUITING __ „ 

INVESTIGATE BEFORE USING! CLUBS CHECK OUT DRAFT'S 'STARS' TO AVOID... 

MISTAKE OF A LIFETIME 

TOO SOON TO MAKE ACC PREDICTIONS 

SHACKLEFORD TO TURN PRO 

SHACK SET TO TURN PRO 

NO SURPRISE HERE 

FERRY CONSIDERED TURNING PRO 

NEW NBA TEAMS WILL FIND PICKINGS SUM IN UPCOMING EXPANSION DRAFT 

hornets study list of prospects , _ „ 

•pearl' among gems unprotected; hornets, heat to choose 23 in draft 

scheer: draft list 'sobering' 

hornets see sum pickings in draft 

charlotte, miami prepared to pick from nba's castoffs 

hornets get curry, tripucka 

hornets buzzing about expansion draft 

after manning, nba draft holds question marks 

olympic trials improve seikaly's stock with nba 

after manning, draft full of possibilities 

queen city starts to rock with the nba 

clippers stock up on youth; hornets draft chapman 

hornets bet future on chapman 

chapman hopes to make quick start with hornets 

nets say shackleford 'raw talent' 

chapman happy to be charlotte's top choice 

hornets' curry has mixed emotions 

national boys interscholastic championships 
see u.s. tennis association, boy's interscholastic championships 

national cancer institute 



s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


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 



1/07/1988 B 
1/07/1988 B 
1/14/1988 D 
1/14/1988 B 
1/17/1988 C 
1/21/1988 B 
1/27/1988 D 
2/14/1988 C 
2/25/1988 B 
3/23/1988 D 
4/10/1988 B 
4/24/1988 C 
5/06/1988 D 
5/11/1988 B 
5/20/1988 D 
6/09/1988 D 
6/11/1988 D 
6/13/1988 B 
6/22/1988 B 
6/22/1988 A 
7/22/1988 B 
7/24/1988 C 
7/27/1988 D 
8/08/1988 B 
8/15/1988 B 
8/22/1988 B 
10/30/1988 C 
10/30/1988 C 
11/13/1988 C 



N 

N 

N M14 

U P52 

N 

U P52 

U P52 

N C68 

N 

U F25 

N 

N 

N 

N 

U D18 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N V01 

I 

N 

N 

N M14 

N 

N 

N 

N 



s 


2 


5/25/1988 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/26/1988 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


4/14/1988 D 


1 PN 


s 


2 


5/05/1988 B 


1 U D18 


s 


2 


5/06/1988 D 


1 U F25 


s 


2 


5/10/1988 B 


2 PN 


H 


2 


5/11/1988 B 


2 P N 


s 


2 


5/11/1988 D 


1 U D18 


H 


2 


5/18/1988 D 


1 PN 


H 


2 


6/08/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


6/16/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


6/17/1988 B 


4 P N 


H 


1 


6/22/1988 B 


3 N 


s 


2 


6/22/1988 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


6/23/1988 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


6/24/1988 B 


1 P N 


S 


2 


6/24/1988 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


6/26/1988 C 


10 P N 


H 


2 


6/28/1988 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 


6/28/1988 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 B 


2 P U M14 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 B 


2 C N 


S 


2 


6/29/1988 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


6/30/1988 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


6/30/1988 D 


5 P N 


S 


2 


6/30/1988 B 


3 P N 


S 


2 


6/30/1988 B 


3 N 



nnnnsBnaana 



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



SEE ALSO CANCER 

AIDS EXPERT'S TALK CANCELED 

S 1 MW 5 STOP-SMOKING PROGRAM^ ^ 
RTP RESEARCHERS TO CONDUCT PMBW* [TO HELP SMOKERS QUIT 

M rfSUElUEr 1 ! ^DOCTORS 'SEE' BETTER 

ScS ^h& F 8M ER cS Y so^in G 

CANCTO^SEARCHER GETS ♦500,000 GRANT 

NATIONAL CENTER FOR HEALTH STATISTICS LABORATORY 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

^"SEraSfc LIFE IN RETIREMENT 
STUDYSHOWS SMOKERS HAVE OTHER BAD HABITS TOO 

NATIONAL CHILD RIGHTS ALLIANCE (FORMERLY PEOPLE ALLIED FOR CHILD ADVOCACY) 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 
SEE ALSO CHILD ADVOCACY 
SEE ALSO CHILD SANCTUARY 

I &£ BHRa^CHU ADVOCAC] MCHANGED TO NATIONAL CHILD RIGHT ALLIANCE) 



1/21/1988 C 
4/11/1988 A 
6/01/1988 B 
6/01/1988 C 
6/13/1988 
6/14/1988 
9/16/1988 
9/17/1988 
10/27/1988 



11 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 

11 
7 

11 



N 
L 

N H97 
N U82 
N H02 
• N K65 
N 
N 
N 



2 1/01/1988 B 
2 6/13/1988 C 



5 P N M97 
3 N 



PLANS 



SUPREME COURT SILENT ON RIGHTS OFCHILDREN 

S8K ^i^KaITgr^Kn HMHMH 

cSPlS EKKeD BY PICKETS AT SOCIAL SERVICES 

rWKS H £f & COMMUNITIES GRANTS 
ABUSED CHILD SHELTER PLANNED 

NATIONAL CHILD WELFARE LEADERSHP CENTER 
LEAIJERSHIP C0<TER GETS $50,000 GRANT 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

^mSnttetA off-field mm 

NCAA SAYS, 'NEVER MIND' 

S'M^aPra^SfflSTS VIOLATIONS 
C^GEINPAT RULEADDS WRINKLE TO COACHES' 
NCAA5 ATHLETES DON'T STUDY 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, BASEBALL 
PACK RECEIVES NCAA BID 
TULANE BLANKS ^ACK 

BARK KEEPS STATE ALIVE „ , ___ 

UOLFPACK OUSTEDf CLEMSON, TECH LOSE 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE AT^IC ASSOCIATION, BASKETBALL (MEN) 

auwnur jw ff a 

SS'S^TSHWaSS' HIGH RACING 
AN IRISH LOCK? 

^EREE^HWVeI ON PRESSURE OF ARRANGING ORGAN DONATIONS 

HRUMMl 'DEATH MARCH' 

Nfl 1 < 5CETiS SET'' 

NX. CENTRAL RECEIVES NCAA DIVISION II BID 

EAGLES SECURE TOURNEY BERTH 

NCAA DIVISION II M»'S™M«ONSHIP 

5 UNC TEAMS, DUKE TO STORM THE NCAA 

JURY STILL OUT ON UNPREDICTABLE HEELS 

EAGLES SEEKING REDEMPTION IN NCAA TOURNEY 

NX7 CENTRAL SENIORS EYE ONE LAST RUN 

LET EAGLES SOAR 



H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 



3/05/1988 A 
5/03/1988 A 
6/26/1988 B 
7/14/1988 A 
7/16/1988 C 
10/05/1988 A 
11/03/1988 C 
11/15/1988 A 



4 

4 
1 
6 
1 

7 

6 

10 



L 

L 

N 

F S27 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 1/01/1988 B 6 N 



1/05/1988 A 
1/14/1988 A 
1/18/1988 A 
4/09/1988 B 
8/23/1988 D 
12/13/1988 A 



4 E 

4 E 

5 P J 

1 P N 080 
13 P N 
4 E 



H 2 5/24/1988 B 2 N 

S 2 5/27/1988 B 4 N 

H 2 5/28/1988 D 2 N 

H 2 5/29/1988 B 5 N 



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



1/05/1988 B 
1/16/1988 B 
1/17/1988 C 
1/20/1988 D 
2/06/1988 B 
2/10/1988 D 
2/14/1988 B 
2/16/1988 B 
2/19/1988 D 
2/26/1988 B 
3/02/1988 C 
3/02/1988 B 
3/07/1988 D 
3/10/1988 A 
3/10/1988 B 
3/10/1988 B 
3/11/1988 B 
3/11/1988 A 



N 

U F25 
N 

N P52 
U F25 
U F25 
N P38 
U F25 
U F25 
U F25 
N C68 
N 
N 
E 

U D18 
U P52 
N C68 
E 



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Y SUBJECTS 



FRIDAY BLASTS INFLUENCE OF TV ON COLLEGE SPORTS 
FANFARE/SOUTHEAST IN CHARLOTTE 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, BASKETBALL (WOMEN) 
ACC TEAMS EARN FOUR INVITATIONS TO NCAA WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT <MEN) 
VSU SEEKS REVENGE VS. NCCU'S EAGLES 
EAGLES ROLL OVER VIRGINIA STATE 
EAGLES' NEW LINEUP TOO MUCH FOR VSU 
TROY ST. ENDS EAGLES' SEASON 

TRIP TO NCAA LAND OF BROKEN DREAMS AWAITS UNINVITED 
WIN OVER DUKE BEGAN UCLA REIGN 
ACC SENDS 5i DUKE IN SMITH CENTER 
DUKE FANS, CALL UNC FOR TICKETS 
NCAA TOURNAMENT/1988 
MISSED FREE THROWS END NCCU'S SEASON 
NOBODY'S AT HOME IN NCAA TOURNAMENT 
1988 NCAA BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS 

NCAA TOURNAMENT THUMBNAIL SKETCHES _ 

NCAA TOURNEY FANS ASKED TO USE BUSES, PARK-AND-RIDE LOTS 
VALVANO KICKS OFF HIS ANNUAL NCAA ROUTINE 

DEVILS HOPING TO AVOID BITE FROM TERRIERS 

NCAA NOTES.* KRZYZEWSKI APOLOGUES FOR LACK OF ETIQUETTE 

INTEREST NOW SHIFTS TO NCAA TOURNAMENT 

DEVILS STILL RELISH BEATING 'CLASSY' HEELS 

'PACK HEADED WEST AGAIN 

NCAA NOTEBOOK; MULLINS5 NCAA LIKE GOING 'HOME' FOR 49ERS 

TAR HEELS EXPECT LETDOWN FOLLOWING ACC TOURNAMENT 

NCAA NOTES: ARIZONA IS PLANNING TO LINGER AT NCAA'S ANNUAL MARCH BASH 

NCAA FANS MUST USE SPECIAL RIDES TO SMITH CENTER 

TICKETS REMAIN FOR DUKE GAME 

FINAL FOUR PICKS 

DUKE BEGINS NCAA TOURNEY VS. BOSTON 

DUKE, UNC ON TV 

MEAN GREEN'S WORRELL EYES N.C. REUNION 

WINNING DOGS JARVIS' CAREER 

A&T'S BUSINESS IS WINNING ONE 

TIGERS' CHIEVOUS LOOKS TO INFLICT MORE WOUNDS ON TOURNEY FIELD 

WESTHEAD LIKES RINGMASTER ROLE 

NCAA NOTES: AiT HOPES VICTORY WOULD PLANT RIGHT SEED 

NOTRE DAME WANTS REMATCH WITH DUKE 

JARVIS A DISCIPLE OF D 

DEJ VU; NCAAS: SAME OLD STORY FOR UNC 

FOLLOWING THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD 

IN FOOTBALL LAND 

NORTH TEXAS GUNS FOR TAR HEELS 

NOTES FROM THE WEST 

KENTUCKY HAPPY WITH NCAA DRAW 

WOLFPACK LOOKS TO HALT RACERS' 10-GAME WINNING STREAK 

REID, TAR HEELS GUN DOWN EAGLES 

BLUE DEVILS SLUG BOSTON U. 

SYRACUSE STRUGGLES BEFORE STOPPING A&T 

ARMSTRONG'S STRONG GAME PUSHES PONIES PAST IRISH 

BLUE DEVILS FORGET THE PAST, GET DOWN TO NCAA BUSINESS 

UNC COACH SMITH WANTS BETTER FINISH 

MONROE'S FEEL GIVES WOLFPACK A LIFT 

'CHIEF', 'SILK' PACE RAMS OVER MIZZOU 

49ERS LOSE IN OVERTIME 

NCAA NOTES: BOEHEIM DOESN'T LIKE WEST COAST WHISTLES 

DRIVING INTO THE SECOND ROUND 

PARKING EASIER FOR 2ND GAMES 

BRING ON THE MUSTANGS 

DUKE USES TERRIERS AS TUNEUP FOR SMU 

CAN UNC SLOW UP RUN-AND-GUN LOYOLA? 

SMU'S KATO ARMSTRONG KAYOES FIGHTING IRISH 

RHODE ISLAND SURPRISES MISSOURI 

AGGIES GIVE ORANGEMEN A SCARE 

TAR HEELS OVERPOWER NERVOUS NORTH TEXAS 

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3/14/1988 D 
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3/15/1988 A 
3/15/1988 C 
3/15/1988 C 
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3/16/1988 D 
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3/16/1988 B 
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3/17/1988 D 
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3/17/1988 B 
3/17/1988 B 
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3/18/1988 B 
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NOTES FROM THE MIDWEST 

VERNON MAXWELL LIFTS FLORIDA OVER ST. JOHN'S 

LOYOLA ROLLS ON, 119-115 

KU°ffi RK PARKING FOR NCAA GAMES 
RACERSEND WOLFPACK'S SEASON IN NEBRASKA 
RAMS' GARRICK PLAYS OUT WHAT DAD CAN'T SEE 
raTCEWSKI, BLISS MATCH STYLES IN REUNION 
IT'S TIME TO RUN AND HAVE FUN m _ rii 

8ff SiST'SSiE Soffit SlKep kato IN C*CK 

RAMS THINKING SHALL, ORANGEMEN BIG 
RACERS ERASE 'PACK FROM FIELD 
old friends: KRZYZEWSKI, BLISS 

WSWftSFl* TEAMS PACKING 

'SKIWY VINNY' ERA ENDS^ 

RHODE ISLAND SEEKING RESPECT 

INSIDE 

LOOSE BALL 

OWLS SOAR BEHIND PERRY'S 27 POINTS 

WILDCATS CHEW UP BIG RED IN ROMP 

MARYLAND HEATS UP WITH LEWIS' 2ND HALF 

SWEET VICTORY IN SALT LAKE CFTf 

BLUE DEVILS PUT REINS ON MUSTANGS 

EMS ^SK'nTCC FAILOTO WORK 
RAMS COMPLETE MISSI0N.P0LISH OFF ORANGEMEN 

MURRAY STATE STILL EXPECTING nAv 

OFFENSE OR DEFENSE.IT WAS TAR HEELS' DAY 

^SfS^TiK K^DEvTs *RU* FREE 

S KsN^LOOK UP AT tflZONA 
RICHMOND LOOKS TO 'KNOCK OFF' GEORGIA TECH 

KrELL^S S SraTl!!^ ISLAND BLUE 

FANS MAKE PARKING WORSE 

HAPPY FANS 

DUKE CHEERLEADER TRACY TRAYNHAM GIVES BILLY KING A HUG.... 

TAR HEELS ENJOY WIDE-OPENGA>£ 

BLUE DEVILS PUT IT ALL TOGETHER 

RHODE ISLAND CRASHES NCAA PARTY 

UNC MICHIGAN'S ROADBLOCK AGAIN 

NOTES FROM THE WEST 

NCAA <5UEET 1A 

NOV 1-RANKED TEMPLE SINKS GEORGETOWN WITH DEFENSE 

HAWKEYES SNUFF RUNNIN' REBELS, ARIZONA CRUISES 

BLUE DEVILS PONDER HALTING RAMS' DUO 

KRZYZEWSKI MAPS OUT LONG AND WINDING ROAD 

TAR HEELS WOWED BY THE WEST 

FRIEDER FEARS UNC ASSAULT IN SEATTLE 

L^/wCWMnTfAWLIAR PRODUCTION, BUT DIFFERENT CAST 
SANFORD, CHAFEE BET ON DUKE-R.I. GAME 
SHADES OF BLUE ADVANCE 

EAST REGIONAL NOTES 

IHC PAST 'WKP' AND 'HYPHEN' TEAMS 

Sight successi? years in making for rams- penders 

NCAA NOTCB^fRHODE ISLAND? RICHMOND FIGHTING AGAINST TOP DOGS 

GAME TO DECIDE IF TURKEY OR CLAMS ARE ON THE MENU 

MICHIGAN'S FRIEDER ^S 6 LITTLE RESPECT 

IS PENDERS 1988'S VERSION OF PITINO? 

CRAFTY TARRANT WEAVES HIS WEB 

BILLY KING'S REP REACHES RHODE ISLAND 

BILLY KING'S REP REACHES RHODE ISLAND 

FROM ILLINI TO VITALE, TOURNEY IS FULL OF WINNERS 

DUKE SLIPS RHODE ISUYffl^ 

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3/19/1988 D 
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3/21/1988 D 
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3/21/1988 D 
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3/21/1988 B 
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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



REID, MILLS AT CENTER OF WESTERN SHOWDOWN 

TWO THE EASY WAY __ 

ROAD TO SUCCESS LITTERED WITH PAIN FOR ARIZONA'S KERR 

WEST BLACKED OUT FOR SEATTLE TELEVISION 

DEVILS SQUEAK BY RHODE ISLAND, 73-72 

DRIVING TO WIN _ „ 

FOUL-LINE DRILL PAYS OFF FOR BLUE DEVILS 

TEMPLE SQUAD HAS 'NO VULNERABILITIES' 

OWLS HASH SURPRISING SPIDERS 

REID, HILLS COLLIDE AGAIN TONIGHT 

SOONERS BOOH CARDINALS, HEET VILLANOVA NEXT 

RAHS CALL GAME 'DIRTY AND CHEAP' 

PRESS ROOH IN SEATTLE 'IN TENTS' 

TAR HEEL TENACITY _ 

BLUE DEVILS, OWLS SQUARE OFF IN EAST'S HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT 

BALL BOUNCED EVERY WAY BUT MICHIGAN'S 

TAR HEELS KICK MICHIGAN, 78-69 

NCAA NOTEBOOK? DUKE 'OPENS' LATE, GETS TOURNEY SPIRIT 

CAROLINA WINS 

REID VICTORIOUS IN CLASH OF ALL-AMERICANS 

TAR HEELS BOUNCE WOLVERINES AGAIN 

ARIZONA DISMANTLES HAUKEYES 

DUKE, TEMPLE STUDY IN OPPOSITES 

OWLS SELDOM SMILE, BUT THEY OFTEN WIN 

MICHIGAN'S MARK HUGHES GUARDS SCOTT WILLIAMS IN UNC WIN OVER WOLVERINES 
WIN TURNS DUKE CAMPUS INTO DEVILS' BURNING, PARTYING, STOMPING GROUND 
GOIN' TO KANSAS CITY! DUKE DECKS TEMPLE; BLUE DEVILS TOOK OFFENSE 
GOIN' TO KANSAS CITY! DUKE DECKS TEMPLE; 'DEVIL' OF A DEFENSE FORCES... 
UNDERDOG ROLE SUITS UNC'S SMITH 

olson: STANDING IN the shadows 

TAR HEELS LOSE IDENTITY WITH WEST COAST MEDIA 

BECAUSE HE CARES, MACON IMPRESSES COACH 

CLIPPED OWL 

THE END OF THE ROAD 

ON FRANKLIN STREET, A CAROLINA BLUE(S) MOOD 

INTERMISSION BROUGHT WOES UNC'S WAY 

ARIZONA SHOOTS DOWN TAR HEELS IN SECOND HALF 

NCAA NOTEBOOK: SMITH RATES ARIZONA AMONG TOUGHEST 

WRESTLE FOR REBOUND 

GOOD NEWS, BAD NEWS 

EMOTION IN motion: ALAA ABDELNABY WATCHES BILLY KING... 

ARIZONA JUST TOO GOOD FOR TAR HEELS 

BLUE DEVILS' SYSTEM SHUTS DOWN OWLS 

ARIZONA WITHOUT DOUBT BEST IN WEST 

EMOTIONS PILOT BLUE DEVILS TO K.C. 

GOOD NEWS, BAD NEWS 

BLUE DEVILS CHERISHING BRUSH WITH GOOD TIMES 

SUDDENLY, SMITH MET CAREER'S END 

NCAA NOTEBOOK: BIGGEST PROBLEM WITH KANSAS? JAYHAWKS HAVE DANNY MANNING 

DUKE'S ROAD TO KC BEGINS IN CLEMSON 

DEVILS FOCUSING ON 'OTHER FOUR' 

DUKE'S SMITH BETTER BUT CHANCES 'REMOTE' FOR PLAYING 

NCAA NOTEBOOK: BEER ADVERTISING AT 'LAST FOUR' 

DUKE BOARD WILL MEET IN DURHAM 

MARTIN WAGERS N.C. POULTRY ON DUKE GAME 

FINAL FOUR FEVER 

DUKE BRINGS NEW LOOK TO FINAL 4 

LOSS BRINGS JAYHAWKS TOGETHER 

WILDCATS SEEKING ATTENTION 

DUKE IN '64 _ 

BACK TO KANSAS CITY, IN '64, BLUE DEVILS WERE AT,.. (CORRECTED 4-2-88) 

GETTING A GRASP ON EXPERIENCE 

DUKE JUST TWO WINS FROM CHAMPIONSHIP 

DUKE'S 'D' WORRIES BROWN 

TUBBS MAKES HIMSELF HEARD 

FINAL FOUR TICKETS IN DEMAND 

LOTS OF FAMILIAR FACES DOT FIELD FOR 50TH NCAA FINAL FOUR 

K-CORPS AT DUKE PEP RALLY 

A GAP IN NCAA COVERAGE 

FANS GENEROUS TO AGGIES 



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3/25/1988 B 

3/25/1988 B 

3/25/1988 B 

3/25/1988 A 

3/25/1988 

3/25/1988 

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3/25/1988 

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3/25/1988 

3/26/1988 

3/26/1988 

3/26/1988 

3/26/1988 

3/26/1988 

3/26/1988 

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3/26/1988 B 

3/26/1988 B 

3/26/1988 B 

3/26/1988 B 

3/26/1988 B 

3/27/1988 A 

3/27/1988 

3/27/1988 

3/27/1988 

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3/27/1988 

3/27/1988 

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3/28/1988 

3/28/1988 

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3/29/1988 

3/29/1988 

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3/30/1988 D 

3/30/1988 

3/30/1988 

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3/30/1988 

3/30/1988 

3/30/1988 

3/30/1988 

3/30/1988 

3/31/1988 

3/31/1988 

3/31/1988 

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3/31/1988 B 

3/31/1988 B 

3/31/1988 B 

4/01/1988 B 

4/01/1988 C 

4/01/1988 A 

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SUBJECTS 



DUKE WOIDS COMFORT ZONE 
FINAL FOUR COMES HOME 
VITALE FAVORS WILDCATS 
HJJEDEVILS FIND NEW STAR AT KANSAS 

K^ Ui re WAY TO K.C. 

E'ISk^C^ MI^pS, SMITH READY FOR RETURN 

ajKANDSW THE WAY OF MANNING'S DREAM 

SOWERS PREPARE OFFENSIVE CYCLONE 

FINAL FOUR NOTEBOOK 

FINAL FOUR NOTEBOOK 

60 DUKE BLUE DEVILS! (AW 

KLq B mJStng G DASH DUKeMsBID FOR TITLE; IN BLINK OF AN EYE.., 
Krai' MANNING DASH DUKE'S BID FOR TITLE JAYHAWKS' DEFENSE TURNS... 
kRS? KANSAS TOT BROTHERS FINANCE BLOWOUT WITH TICKET... 

T^GRlATESTWERi IN 1957, UNC PREVAILED OVER KANSAS... 
BEFORE THE FALL M 

NCAA NOTEBOOK: KING NOMINEE FOR TOP DEFENDER 

S^ORPABLfjAYHAWK DANNY MANNING DRIVES PAST DUKE'S ALAA ABDELNABY... 

IS KANSAS ON A HIRACLEWDE? 

POOR SHOOTING, SLOW START DOOM DUKE 

SO«€RSLOOKING FOR 'BIG' VICTORY 

PTNAI 4 NOTEBOOK 

KMff Effl ^iffi^SKIPPING FM SEASON WITH WILDCATS 

MANNING LIFTS KANSAS TO NCAA TITLE VICTORY 

JAWAWKS NO LONGER 'ONE-WINNING' TEAM 

fficROWD a^HG«COMING 

KU SEASON: NIGHTMARE TO SWEET DREAMS 

WnWOeHELPED EASE MARSHALL'S PAIN 

JAYHAWKS ON A JOT RIDE 

SOME TAR HEEL CONSOLATION 

H SS ™ 5S« W« SUM SPORTS STtfF 
NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (WOMEN) 
WAKE WOUN NIP 'CATS IN NCAA 
hARYLSffiTviRGINIA WOMEN WIN IN NCAA 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, FINAL FOUR 

ffiffiBBflWSHtl» FOR 50TH NCAA FINAL FOUR 

FINAL FOUR COMES HOME 

VITALE FAVORS WILDCATS 

VITALE FAVORS WILDCATS „_-_-— 

f^TEST K WBfJMm OVER KANSAS... 

APPMWNalNnNAL FOUR EARNS *800,000 FOR DUKE 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, FOOTBALL 
fCAA fm m LOBER NO-WIN SITUATION FOR DEFENSE 
FANFAREAENOIR-RHYNE MOVE 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, GOLF 

iffff ATHIN NCAA WOMEN'S GOLF; KERSH ELIMINATED mr , 
D^4 BARTOOLOMeK, BLUE DEVILS FIFTH IN NCAA GOLF 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, GOLF (WOMEN) 



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2 


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2 


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2 


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2 


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2 



4/01/1988 D 
4/01/1988 D 
4/01/1988 D 
4/01/1988 D 
4/01/1988 D 
4/01/1988 A 
4/01/1988 B 
4/02/1988 D 
4/02/1988 D 
4/02/1988 D 
4/02/1988 B 
4/02/1988 B 
4/02/1988 B 
4/02/1988 B 
4/02/1988 A 
4/03/1988 
4/03/1988 
4/03/1988 
4/03/1988 
4/03/1988 
4/03/1988 
4/03/1988 
4/04/1988 
4/04/1988 
4/04/1988 
4/04/1988 
4/04/1988 
4/04/1988 
4/04/1988 
4/04/1988 
4/04/1988 _ 
4/05/1988 B 
4/05/1988 B 
4/05/1988 A 
4/05/1988 A 
4/05/1988 
4/05/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/07/1988 
11/18/1988 
11/18/1988 



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1 

1 

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4 
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U D18 
U G44 
N D18 
N F25 
N G44 
N S92 
P M66 
N C52 
N 

P K30 
U D18 
N G44 
N D18 
N G44 
A 

N P38 
U M14 
N C52 
N 

P K30 
N 
P 

U M14 
N C52 
N 

P L38 
P K30 
N D18 
U D18 
U 644 
N G44 
N C52 
N 

N S92 
E 

U D18 
N G44 
N N36 
U M14 
U C52 
U D18 
E 

N F25 
N 



H 2 3/17/1988 D 4 N 
H 2 3/20/1988 C 5 N 



S 

s 

H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 



3/30/1988 D 

3/30/1988 D 

4/01/1988 B 

4/01/1988 D 

4/01/1988 

4/01/1988 

4/02/1988 

4/03/1988 

4/04/1988 

4/21/1988 



2 1/24/1988 C 
2 8/07/1988 C 



2 5/26/1988 D 
2 5/29/1988 B 



U D18 
N G44 
N 

U 644 
N D18 
N G44 
N C52 
N 

N G44 
N 



N C36 
N 



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DUKE 6TH IN NCAA WOMEN'S GOLFi 
FANFARE/DUKE MOVES UP 



HERSH ELIMINATED 



NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, LACROSSE _„ 

DUKE FACING MUST-WIN SITUATION TO MAKE NCAA LACROSSE PLAYOFFS 
UNC MEETS TOUGH CORNELL IN NCAA LACROSSE 
TAR HEELS FACE BIG RED SCORING MACHINE TODAY 
CORNELL NIPS UNC'S BID FOR FINAL FOUR 
CORNELL KILLS UNC'S NCAA HOPES 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, PROPOSITION 48 
SEE ATHLETES, ACADEMIC STANDARDS 
SEE NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
SEE PROPOSITION 48 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, SOCCER (KEN) 
NCAA SOCCERS UNC TO MEET MAKE FOREST 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, SOCCER (WOMEN) 

FINAL SHOWDOWN: UNC-N.C. STATE BATTLE FOR NCAA UOMEN'S SOCCER TITLE 
TAR HEELS' STREAK 70 AFTER CLAIMING TITLE 
SWEET VICTORY 

NATIONAL C0LLE6IATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, SWIMMING 
FROSH STARS IN NCAA SWIMMING 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, TENNIS 

DUKE 6TH IN NCAA WOMEN'S GOLFi HERSH ELIMINATED 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, TRACK 
SEVEN QUALIFY FOR NCAAS 

MARYLAND STICKS DUKE, 10-5 _ 

TAR HEELS NIP BLUE DEVILS; GAY, STATE LEAD DUKE GOLF 
DUKE PLANS BID FOR NCAA MEET 
HEED NO-BRAWLING RUNNERS 
PACK'S PEEBLES QUALIFIES 2ND _ 
DANIEL SETS NEW MARK FOR 200 IN NCAA MEET 
UCLA, LSU DEFEND NCAA TRACK TITLES 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, URESTLING 
STATE'S TURNER, UNC'S KOLL WIN WRESTLING TITLES 

NATIONAL COMMISSION ON AIR QUALITY 
SEE AIR POLLUTION STANDARDS 
SEE AIR QUALITY 

NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BLACK MAYORS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, MAYORS 
SEE ALSO MAYORS, U.S. 
BLACK MAYORS MOVE MEETING TO PHILADELPHIA 

NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF STATE LEGISLATURES 

GOOD EDUCATION PROGRAMS NECESSARY TO f£LP COUNTRY 

STATES IN SIMILAR FUNDING CRISIS 

OTHER STATES' DATA MORE ACCESSIBLE 

CHILD-CARE ISSUES DRAW OVERFLOW CROWD AT NATIONAL CONFERENCE.,, 

AMERICANS BETTER BRUSH UP ON THEIR HOMEWORK 

S.C. OFFERS TIPS ON BUILDING PRISONS 

CONTROVERSY SURROUNDS N.C. CATALOG TAX 

SCHOOL CHOICE PROMOTES COMPETITION 

ROYALL REAL 'HIT' AT CONFERENCE 

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES, U.S. 
STUDENTS ATTEND RESEARCH CONFERENCE 

NATIONAL CON GRESSI ONAL CLUB 

SEE ALSO JEFFERSON MARKETING CORP. 
MARTIN, CONGRESSIONAL CLUB MEET 
PRICE OUTSTRIPS OPPONENT IN FUND-RAISING 



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H 2 5/27/1988 B 6 N 



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2 


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6 N Y55 


S 


2 


5/20/1988 D 


5 N A76 


H 


? 


5/22/1988 C 


7 N 


H 


2 


5/23/1988 D 


1 P N Y55 


S 


2 


5/23/1988 D 


4 N A76 



S 2 11/08/1988 B 4 N 



H 2 11/20/1988 C 10 P N R54 
H 2 11/21/1988 B 2 P N R54 
CHH 1 11/21/1988 A 1 P P L38 



H 2 4/09/1988 B 2 N 



H . 


2 


5/26/1988 D 


4 N 


H 


2 


1/16/1988 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/14/1988 D 


6 N 


H 


2 


3/27/1988 C 


9 P N 


H 


? 


4/30/1988 D 


1 P N Y55 


H 


2 


5/26/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


6/02/1988 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


6/04/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


6/05/1988 C 


4 N 



H 2 3/20/1988 C 12 P N 



S 2 1/28/1988 C 8 N 



8/08/1988 
8/09/1988 
8/10/1988 
8/11/1988 
8/12/1988 
8/15/1988 
8/17/1988 
8/18/1988 
8/19/1988 



Oil 
Oil 
Oil 
Oil 
Oil 
Oil 
Oil 
Oil 
Oil 



H 2 4/22/1988 A 12 N 



H 2 1/02/1988 C 1 
H 2 2/03/1988 C 1 



N 
N L40 



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S U B J E 



(CARTOON) 



CANDIDATE DEMANDS STATE REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN RESIGN 
LIMIT CAMPAIGN S PENDIN G 
PRICE FUNDS TOP FETZER'S, 2-1 

MARTIN DOWNPLAYS IDEOLOGY IN RACE 
TAR imMODKATES AT GOP CONVENTION 
FETZER'S ADS APPEARING ON CABLE TV iam „ 
CONG^SSICtWL CLUB DEFENDS SPENDING HABITS 
ELECTION BOARD BETRAYED PUBLIC TRUST 

^I^DAvKlcfilLPED SECURE FUNDING FOR Tt€ NEW RADAR... 
FETTER BIO OMITS CONGRESSIONAL CLUB DETAILS I 
CHARGES OF DISTORTION MARK PRICE-fETZER CONTEST 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHUROCS 

SEE ALSO N.C. COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

CHURCH S COU^IL T HAS T HISTCRY OF BACKING LEFT-WING CAUSES 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, POLITICIANS 
HONORING VOLUNTEER LEADERSHIP 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF SENIOR CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 

?LIK^WATER ON A SEED'; DURHAM SENIOR AIDES PROGRAM BUILDS CONFIDENCE... S 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF SENIOR CITIZENS, DURHAM CHAPTER 
SEE ALSO SEN IOR CITIZENS 
SENIOR CITIZENS OFFICIAL TO SPEAK 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF SENIOR CITIZENS, N.C. CHAPTER 

NATIONAL DEBT 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, U.S. 
SEE ALSO TRADE DEFICIT 

SEE ALSO U.S., BUDGET 

SEE ALSO U.S., BUDGET DEFICIT 

[S^OTHlS* CUTTING U.S. DEFICIT 

BLAME CONGRESS FOR DEBT 

DEBT WILL PRODUCE INFLATION 

SPIN ARTISTS KEEP DEFICIT MYTH ALIVE 

UE^SMONG I^DEBT, BUT CANDIDATES DUCK ^^ 
LEAGUE OF CITIES LEADER SAYS MORE FEDERAL AID NEEDED 
WHO'S TO BLAME FOR DEBT? 
HIKE TAXES, HIKE DEBT 

NATIONAL DEFENSE 

^&W!%B KFENSE MYTHS 

^s^IcSSat^^ 

national education association 
see also teacher unions 

^ATiaFS'PREiiDENT NCCU GRADUATION SPEAKER 



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H 2 3/11/1988 C 


12 N 


H 2 3/25/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 4/22/1988 C 


1 N L40 


H 2 4/27/1988 A 


9 N L40 


H 2 5/02/1988 B 


1 N 


CHH 1 7/19/1988 A 


1 N B81 


H 2 7/21/1988 C 


6 N W29 


S 2 8/08/1988 B 


4 J 


H 2 8/15/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 8/18/1988 C 


5 P N 


H 2 9/15/1988 D 


6 P N 


CHH 1 9/15/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 10/04/1988 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 10/05/1988 A 


4 T T C50 


H 2 10/06/1988 A 


1 N H29 


H 2 11/08/1988 B 


1 N W29 


H 2 12/21/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 12/28/1988 A 


4 L 


S 2 6/27/1988 B 


2 P P K30 


H 2 5/01/1988 B 


3P P K30 


S 2 9/21/1988 C 


1 P N W82 


H 2 4/22/1988 C 


6 N 


H 1 3/30/1988 C 


1 N 


S 2 6/27/1988 A 


6 N 



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S 

H 

H 

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H 

H 

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4/28/1988 
6/06/1988 
8/23/1988 
8/25/1988 
9/22/1988 
9/26/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/04/1988 
10/15/1988 
11/28/1988 



L 
E 
L 
L 
E 
L 
E 
N 
L 
E 



H 2 5/07/1988 C 6 P N 609 



H 2 2/12/1988 B 1 P N 



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E L Y 
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H 2 8/10/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 9/01/1988 A 15 N 



WHAT WORKS IN SCHOOLS? 

REP. PRICE GAINS TWO ENDORSEMENTS 

NATIONAL EDUCATION UEEK (SEE NAMES OF INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
SEE AMERICAN EDUCATION UEEK 
SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS 

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS 

SEE ALSO ARTS, U.S. „ _ _„.„_. A . 

PRIDE IN PLACE H 2 3/16/1988 A 4 

SINGING THE BLUES BRINGS HOLEMAN HERITAGE PRIZE H 2 6/07/1988 A 7 

DOC'S NOT DONE YET H 2 6/10/1988 D 3 

FESTIVAL WINS GRANT _. S 2 6/20/1988 A 9 

TWO DURHAM GROUPS GET ENDOWMENT GRANTS H 2 7/09/1988 C 14 

NOVELIST WINS $40,000 FELLOWSHIP H 2 8/11/1988 B 4 

ART MUSEUM TO CREATE 145-ACRE OUTDOOR PARK H 2 9/25/198| A 18 

TAR HEEL BLUES ARTISTS HONORED IN WASHINGTON H 2 10/01/1988 A 1 

BOOK LOOKS AT LIFE OF ARTS LEADER NANCY HANKS H 2 10/12/1988 A 9 

LAKESIDE JAZZ CONCERT H 2 10/17/1988 B 1 

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER 
SEE ALSO N.C. HUMANITIES COMMITTEE 

FESTIVAL GRANTS PRESERVE BLACK DANCES _ „ 

ENDOWMENT FOR HUMANITIES AWARDS NINE TRAVEL GRANTS TO AREA SCHOLARS 

DUKE PRESS MEETS TERMS OF GRANT FROM ENDOWMENT 

NATIONAL ENQUIRER (NEWSPAPER) 

MY STARS) WHAT A YEAR THAT NEVER WAS 

NATIONAL EYE INSTITUTE 
SEE ALSO EYES 
CHAPEL HILL FIRM TO TEST 'SUPER-GLASSES' FEASIBILITY 
OCUTECH TO START CLINICAL TRIALS ON OPTICAL DEVICE 

NATIONAL FARMER'S UNION 
SEE ALSO FARMERS, U.S. 
GRAHAM TELLS FARMERS TO IGNORE DEMANDS FROM GROUP FOR DUES 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, SMALL 
SMALL BUSINESSES WIN ONE, LOSE ONE _ 

NATIONAL ADVOCACY GROUP NAMES HELMS 'GUARDIAN OF SMALL BUSINESS' 
SMALL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION HONORS STATE SEN. ROY ALL 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF PRESS WOMEN 
WRITER WINS HONORABLE MENTION 
TWO DUKE EMPLOYEES GET AWARDS 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND OF N.C. INC. 

SEE ALSO BLIND 

COURT TO CONSIDER STATE LAW ON PROFESSIONAL FUND-RAISERS 

NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE 
SEE FLOOD INSURANCE 

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION HALL OF FAME SCHOLAR-ATHLETES 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) „ j# MltHBB n 

FANFARE/SCHOLAR-ATHLETES H 2 11/09/1988 D 4 P N 

STARRING IN THE CLASSROOM S 2 11/10/1988 A 4 E 

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 

SEE ALSO FREE AGENTS (SPORTS) „ , „_,.___ „ „ 

CLEARING THE RECORD H 2 1/17/1988 A 2 

ACC SUPER BOWL ROSTER H 2 1/31/1988 C 7 

IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR, AND SLIGH HAS THAT 'SUPER' FEELING AGAIN H 2 1/31/1988 C 9 

FANFARE/NFL ALUMNI CHAPTER H 2 4/28/1988 g 4 

FANFARE/THE NFL IN NC? H 2 6/03/1988 B 3 



E 
P U W66 
P F U66 

N 

N 

N 

N 
P N 

N B80 
P P C45 



S 2 3/30/1988 C 1 N B71 
H 2 7/02/1988 B 3 N 
H 2 9/03/1988 C 2 N 



S 2 12/31/1988 C 1 U M06 



S 2- 6/18/1988 A 1 N H02 
H 2 6/21/1988 B 6 N 



H 2 10/19/1988 A 18 N 



S 2 7/28/1988 A 5 J Oil 
H 2 10/16/1988 B 10 N 
H 2 10/30/1988 B 8 N 



H 2 6/13/1988 B 1 N 
H 2 6/18/1988 A 9 N 



H 2 3/23/1988 B 5 N 



N 
N 

N C36 
N 
N 







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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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FOR SAM HUFF, THE OLD SPIRIT IS ALIVE AND UELL 

FANFARE/SHINN SCHEME 

FANFARE/FOOTBALL IN CHARLOTTE 

FANFARE/WANTED: 60,000 

CAROLINAS SEEK NFL FRANCHISE 

FANFARE/CAROLINAS TALK MR 

EX-COLT WORKS TO ATTRACT NFL 

CONVENTION NOTEBOOK 

FANFARE/NFL EXHIBITION 

FANFARE/HELP FOR CAROLINAS _ 

CAROLINIANS PREPARE MAJOR PUSH FOR NFL 

NATI °K?^BEf^ E lffi CLUBS CHECK OUT H^T-S 'STARS' TO AVOID... 
DRY ACC5 PERRY ONLY EXPECTED TOP CHOICE IN THE WT. DRAFT 
SHORT PEOPLE; NFL PROSPECTS SHRINK FROM THEIR COLLEGE SIZES 
FEU ACC PLAYERS TAKEN IN FIRST DAY OF NFL DRAFT 
DRAFT MUSTS: PHONE AND TV WHILE YOU WAIT 
'SKINS TAKE HCGILL; COWBOYS LOSE FAN 
REDSKINS SELECT MCGILL 

DARRyT MCMLL*'is C oVnMISTlC ABOUT CHANCES WITH REDSKINS 

UNC'S MAYE SIGNS WITH BUCS „ _ 

JUNKIN ANXIOUS TO GET HIS MISSION BACK ON TRACK 
ACC SENIORS RATED BUMPER CROP FOR NFL 

NATIONAL FORUM OF BLACK PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 

bwMo^wal'buc^ic m^^torof YEAR 

OXFORD ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER SELECTED TO ATTEND INSTITUTE 

NATIONAL GALLERY (LONDON, ENGLAND) 

^GtlSiGALLERY GETS FRENCH ART BY WAY OF USSR 

NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART (WASHINGTON, D.C.) 

^S^KEEFFe's WORKS DON'T WILT UNDER SCRUTINY 
REYNOLDA GETS LOANER TRIO FROM D.C. NATIONAL GALLERY 
TALKING OF MICHELANGELO — D.C. ESCAPES 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY 

'AFRICAN ODYSSEY' AIRS _ „ 

TODAY'S YOUNGSTERS NEED TO KNOW WORLD^ 
EGYPT OVERCOMES 'GEOGRAPHIC HALF-HEARTEDNESS 
AN ANTHROPOLOGIST'S SUMMER? GARBAGE 

NATIONAL GOVERNORS' ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO GOVERNORS, U.S. 

■WMHHhF OF GOV. MARTIN 
IF DUKAKIS WINS, WILL HUNT GET CABINET POST? 

NATIONAL GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE 

SEE NATIONAL GOVERNORS' ASSOCIATION 

NATIONAL GUARD, N.C. 

SEE N.C. NATIONAL GUARD 

NATIONAL GUARD, U.S. 
SEE ALSO U.S. ARMY 

ADDING TO DURHAM'S PLUSES 

QUAYLE'S SERVICE DUTY NON-ISSUE, GUARDS SAY 

^gS&SJ&^MV JOINED TO AVOID T>€ DRAFT 

RESERVE DUTY DEMANDING 

GUARD LEADER'. SERVICE GETTING 'BUM RAP' 

'SLASH AND BURN' ATTACK 

VIETNAM AND TOUGH CHOICES 

THIS IS NOISE, NOT NEWS 



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H 
H 

H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
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6/10/1988 B 
6/18/1988 D 
6/22/1988 B 
6/23/1988 D 
7/27/1988 B 
8/03/1988 B 
8/04/1988 B 
8/18/1988 A 
8/18/1988 D 
8/18/1988 D 
10/22/1988 B 



1 I 

3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
1 

12 
3 
3 
2 



U C36 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

H 

U L40 

N 

N 

N 



4/14/1988 D 
4/24/1988 C 
4/24/1988 C 
4/25/1988 B 
4/25/1988 B 
4/26/1988 D 
4/26/1988 B 
4/27/1988 A 
4/28/1988 B 
4/30/1988 D 
5/08/1988 C 
7/10/1988 B 



N 

N C36 
N C36 
N 036 
N C36 
N C36 
N 
E 
N 

N C36 
N C36 
N C36 






S 2 5/05/1988 A 
H 2 5/09/1988 B 
H 1 8/30/1988 B 



12 N 
1 P N 
1 P N 



H 2 8/05/1988 D 6 P R G68 



H 2 1/01/1988 D 11 P R G68 
H 2 9/09/1988 D 10 N 
H 2 11/11/1988 D 8 P R G68 



S 2 1/21/1988 D 8 P N 

S 2 1/23/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 3/11/1988 D 7 R 

H 2 5/31/1988 B 14 N 



L59 

U80 



2 5/12/1988 C 
2 5/12/1988 A 
2 8/07/1988 A 



6 P N 

13 N 

1 P N 






W29 






H 2 


8/20/1988 A 4 


E 


CHH 1 


8/20/1988 A 1 


N B21 


CHH 1 


8/21/1988 A 4 


U H03 


S 1 


8/23/1988 A 3 


N 


H 2 


8/24/1988 A 4 


L 


H 7 


8/24/1988 A 16 


N H49 


H 2 


8/25/1988 A 4 


L 


H 2 


8/26/1988 A 4 


E 


H 2 


8/29/1988 A 4 


L 






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SUBJECTS 



GUARD'S EFFECTIVENESS DISPUTED 
SELF-SERVING EDITORIAL 

NATIONAL GUARD ARHORY (DURHAM, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL GUARD, ARMORIES 
SNOWSTORM BLUSTERS INTO BULL CITY 

NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO GREAT BRITAIN, NATIONAL HEALTH PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO SOCIALIZED MEDICINE 

ANOTHER QUICK-f IX 0771 FS 

COUNT THE COSTS FIRST 

DON'T NATIONALIZE HEALTH PLAN 

HEALTH PLAN ft FANTASY _ 

DUKAKIS' HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN TOO COSTLY FOR UNITED STATES 

NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES CORP. 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

FUND CUTBACK REDUCES RURAL AREA DOCTOR POOL 

NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS HALL OF FAME 

NATIONAL PREP HALL OF FAME HONORS GREENSBORO COACH 

NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION WEEK 
SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION 
THANKS FOR UNIVERSITIES 

NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SftFETY ADMINISTRATION 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, U.S. 
SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD 
SEE ALSO SAFETY 
SEE ALSO SPEED LIMITS 
SEE ALSO TRANSPORTATION 
SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 
OFFICIAL: N.C. DRIVERS BEYOND 'DUKES OF HAZZARD' MENTALITY 

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITES 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 
'TRAIL OF TEARS' MEMORIALS 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 
HONOR INDUCTEES 

NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER 
SEE ALSO HUMANITIES 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES 
SEE ALSO N.C. HUMANITIES COMMITTEE 

NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER CHIEF TO TAKE WASHINGTON JOB 

TRI BELTS GO EXTRA MILE 

NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER CELEBRATES 10TH ANNIVERSARY 

PRINCETON PROF ELECTED HUMANITIES CENTER CHAIRMAN 

NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER, DIRECTOR 

HUMANITIES CENTER CHIEF TO LEAVE JOB 

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER 
SEE ALSO HURRICANES 
WARNING TO N.C. COAST 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MENTAL HEALTH 
SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 
PRANGE REAPPOINTED 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES (RTP) 
COUNSELORS VISIT ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE 
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH LAB CHIEFS OUTLINE RESEARCH 
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RESEARCHERS MAY EXPLORE EFFECTS OF MICROUAVES 
SCIENTISTS BEGIN DISCUSSION OF LINK BETWEEN BENZENE, CANCER 



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H 2 9/26/1988 A 5 L 



S 2 1/07/1988 A 1 P N B85 



H 2 2/08/1988 ft 4 E 

H 2 3/10/1988 ft 4 E 

H 2 9/25/1988 D 4 E 

H 2 10/12/1988 ft 4 L 

S 2 10/13/1988 A 4 L 



S 2 7/26/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 7/10/1988 B 14 P N 

H 2 10/12/1988 ft 4 E 



H 2 5/12/1988 ft 13 N 

H 2 1/03/1988 E 2 P N 
S 2 12/23/1988 ft 9 P P S76 



S 2 3/15/1988 ft 3 N 

H 2 9/19/1988 ft 4 E 

H 2 9/23/1988 C 1 N K65 

H 2 11/08/1988 B 1 N K65 



H 2 3/16/1988 C 3 P N R80 



H 2 6/14/1988 ft 4 E 



H 3 1/28/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 1/20/1988 B 12 N M97 

H 2 1/21/1988 C 11 N M97 

H 2 1/26/1988 C 4 N M97 

H 2 3/15/1988 B 2 N M97 



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12/31/1988 



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STUDIES OF BENZENE CONFIRM CANCER LINK, PARK CONFjJfcNCE TOLD 
TALKING DOESN'T STOP WITH CONCLUSION OF BENZENE MEETING 
FUTURE CALLED EXCITING IN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH _ _, ^^, 
SCIENTIST SAYS OZONE-DESTROYING SUBSTANCES MAY BE REPLACED SOON 

^iSt^sY^cl^S,' wt sua A spotless industry 

S>W±a£CTRICAL FIELDS MAY BE FACTOR IN CANCER FORMATION 

SCIENTISTS EXAMINE CHEMICAL'S EFFECTS ON LABORATORY MICE 

STUDIES OF DPOSURE TO BUTADIENE PROVIDE HELP ON SETTING NEW LIMIT 

CMPERATIVE WY-C^E CENTER PAID A VISIT BY STATE'S FIRST LADY 

PARK CONFERENCE DEDICATED TO CHAPEL HILL RESEARCHER 

A TALE OF HEN'S TEETH AND SCIENTIFIC POTENTIAL 

TOXICOLOG ISTS ST UDY TESTING FOR HAZARDS 

NEW TEST EFFECTIVE IN 10TH DAY OF PREGNANCY ^ 

ASIC'S EFFECT ON ANIMAL CANCER STUDIED BY SCIENTISTS 

WKU) H^TO ORG^TION MEDAL AWARDED INSTITUTE DIRECTOR RALL 

PCBS EXPOSURE IN TAIWAN UTILIZED IN ROGAN'S STUDY 

CONTAMINATED SEAFOOD LINK TO CANCER STUDIED 

PARK INSTITUTE ESTABLISHES NEW CENTER 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH 
SACRIFICING THE ANIMALS 

DON'T USE POUND ANIMALS „ 

STUDY IN PITT TO FOCUS ON HYPERTENSION 
AUDITORS INVESTIGATING BOWMAN GRAY 
FINANCING ARRANGED FOR DUKE HEART CENTER 
DUKE RECEIVES HEART RESEARCH PROGRAM GRANT 

K^^SS So^JnCIAL ^RT WILL ONTIWE 
DUKE TO COMPARE TWO TREATMENTS OF ARTERY DISEASE 
DUKE COMPARES 2 HEART TREATMENTS IN NIH STUDY 

STATE^VEfTC^VESTTGATE ANIMAL ABUSE CHARGES (CORRECTED 12-8-88) 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH 

SEE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MENTAL HEALTH 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NEUROLOGICAL i COJUttCATiyj DISORDERS t STROKE 
UNC MEDICAL SCHOOL GETS *3.5 MILLION FOR AIDS STUDY 
UNC TO OPEN AIDS RESEARCH CENTER 

NATIONAL INVITATIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (POST-SEASON) 
SEE ALSO BIG APPLE NIT (PRE-SEASON TOURNAMENT) 
UNC OPENS NIT, '88-89 SEASON 

m SillS^^SStSKmL TOUSNAKNT (FCST-SEAS*) 

NATIONAL JUNIOR OLYMPICS^ 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASA JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

SEE ALSO TRACK _ 

DURHAM HOOPSTERS HEAD FOR OLYMPICS 

NATIONAL KIDNEY FOUNDATION 

TEEN WRITER ON WALK _ -MM _ 

ORGAN DONOR AWARENESS INCREASED, THANKS 
HAPPY SOULS, SORE SOLES 
PUBLICITY BOOSTED SPIRITS 



TO 12 HILLSIDE HIGH HIKERS 



NATIONAL LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
NL PREXY INCONSISTENT __ _ t ^ Tur ^, 
GIAMATTI DOESN'T MAKE PUNISHMENT FIT CRIMES 

NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES „ . mmmm 
$1,000 AVERAGE COST FOR COUNCILMEN'S TRIP 
DURHAM LEADERS SEEK SOCIAL SECURITY MOVE 
LEAGUE OF CITIES LEADER SAYS MORE FEDERAL AID NEEDED 

NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK 



N 

P 

H 

H 

H 
H 
H 

H 
H 

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H 
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H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
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H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

CHH 

H 

H 

S 

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CHH 



3/16/1988 C 
3/17/1988 B 
4/06/1988 C 
4/07/1988 B 
4/07/1988 B 
4/08/1988 C 
4/10/1988 C 
4/13/1988 C 
4/14/1988 B 
4/16/1988 C 
4/20/1988 A 
4/21/1988 B 
5/19/1988 B 
8/03/1988 B 
9/07/1988 B 
9/17/1988 C 
9/29/1988 A 
10/01/1988 C 
12/10/1988 C 



1/15/1988 A 
2/18/1988 A 
3/18/1988 A 
3/18/1988 C 
4/15/1988 B 
4/15/1988 A 
6/24/1988 A 
7/03/1988 A 
7/31/1988 C 
8/13/1988 A 
9/14/1988 B 
12/07/1988 A 



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3 
5 
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1 
1 
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2 
4 
2 
15 
2 
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9 
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N M97 
N M97 
N M97 
N M97 
N R80 
N M97 
N M97 
N M97 
N M97 
N M97 
N R80 
N M97 
N M97 

1 N C60 
N K65 

' N K65 
N K65 
N K65 
N 



H 2 
CHH 1 



8/24/1988 A 1 
8/24/1988 A 1 



L 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N M06 

N 

N 

N D80 

N 

N 

Q S17 



N C60 
N S17 



H 2 11/18/1988 B 2 N C52 



S 2 4/12/1988 D 3 P U A76 



H 2 1/02/1988 B 2 N 

H 2 1/02/1988 C 1 P N J40 

S 2 1/02/1988 C 1 P N C45 

H 2 1/14/1988 A 4 L 



S 2 5/27/1988 B 1 U D18 

S 2 5/27/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 1/05/1988 B 1 N H70 

S 2 3/15/1988 A 1 N H70 

H 1 10/04/1988 C 6 N 






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SEE ALSO LIBRARIES, U.S. 

LIBRARY GROUP TO HOLD BOOK SALE THIS WEEKEND 
CHECK IT OUT! LIBRARY TO GET COMPUTER SYSTEM 

NATIONAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BLACK PHYSICIANS 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, U.S. 
ROLES OF BLACK PHYSICIANS PRAISED BY DUKE HISTORIAN 

NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARS 

12 HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS NAMED MERIT SCHOLARS 

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS NAMED 

21 FROM AREA GET MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 

EIGHT SENIORS AWARDED MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 

7 AREA SENIORS WIN MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 

OAK CREEK ADDS WOMEN'S FASHION STORE 

HAEBIG WINS SCHOLARSHIP 

NATIONAL MERIT SEMIFINALISTS NAMED 

DURHAM ACADEMY STUDENT TOPS IN MERIT SCHOLARSHIP TEST 

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN ART 
SEE ALSO AFRICAN ART 
SEE ALSO MUSEUMS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 
SMITHSONIAN DIGS AND BRIGHTENS UP MUSEUM HORIZONS 

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT 

SEE ALSO CRIME PREVENTION _ 

NEIGHBORHOODS TO MARK NATIONAL NIGHT OUT IN FIGHT AGAINST CRIME 
ANTI-CRIME NIGHT SET 
POLICE CHIEF ON DEFENSE 
SONGS, SPEECHES MARK ANTI-CRIME NIGHT OUT 
EVERY EVENING CAN BE ANTI-CRIME NIGHT OUT 



NATIONAL NURSES DAY 
SEE ALSO NURSES, 
SEE ALSO NURSES, 
NURSING HOMES, 
IT'S HER DAY 
NURSES HONORED 
SALUTE OUR NURSES 



DURHAM 

U.S. 

HOSPITALS PLAN NURSES DAY SALUTE 



NATIONAL OPERA CO. 
SEE ALSO OPERA 
NATIONAL OPERA COMPANY TO PERFORM AT ELON 

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR THE REFORM OF MARIJUANA LAWS 
SEE ALSO MARIJUANA 
SEE ALSO MARIJUANA, LEGISLATION 
STATE PLANS NO CHANGES IN MARIJUANA ERADICATION 

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN 
HOGWASH TO NOW CRITIC 
INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITIES 
FEMINISTS WORKING TO RESURRECT ERA 
IT'S NOW FOR MEN 

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN, CHAPEL HILL CHAPTER 
HUNT TELLS SUPPORTERS TO FLEX POLITICAL MUSCLE 

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN, DURHAM CHAPTER 
NOW SUPPORTS LAWS TO PROTECT GAYS 
DURHAM NOW CHAPTER BACKS EQUAL RIGHTS FOR HOMOSEXUALS 
N.C. NOW MEETS TOMORROW 

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION ON DISABILITY 
SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 
ALAMANCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE RECOGNIZED 



4/13/1988 C 1 P N T37 
4/16/1988 A 1 P N M06 



H 2 8/11/1988 B 1 P N B81 



H 


2 


4/07/1988 A 


17 


N 


S 


2 


4/07/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/21/1988 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 


5/05/1988 A 


12 


N S92 


S 


2 


5/16/1988 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 


8/18/1988 A 


13 


N 


S 


2 


9/15/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


9/16/1988 C 


4 


N 



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



8/08/1988 B 
8/08/1988 C 
8/10/1988 B 
8/10/1988 C 
8/15/1988 A 



NM51 

N B53 

P P T44 

P N B53 

. E 



H 2 5/04/1988 C 16 N 

H 2 5/07/1988 A 10 P P L38 

S 2 5/07/1988 C 1 P P L38 

H 2 5/10/1988 A 4 L 



H 1 2/03/1988 C 2 N 



H 1 7/12/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 5/31/1988 A 

H 2 6/06/1988 A 

S 2 8/25/1988 C 

H 2 11/30/1988 A 



4 L 
4 L 
1 P N M06 
4 E 



CHH 1 10/14/1988 A 3 P N M25 



H 2 5/16/1988 A 4 L 
S 2 5/16/1988 A 4 L 
S 2 9/30/1988 A 9 N 



H 3 5/14/1988 C 2 N 



NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 



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'CROWN JEWELS' 



SEE ALSO PARKS, N.C. 

^SWSI'JBl SHOULD*'! SE RISKY 
H^TCRAS C^IWS WILL BE TOPICOf ASSESSMENT 
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, WASHINGTON, B.C. (CARTOON) 

NATIONAL POLICE WEEK 

SE DUWAM POLIcl'pLAN MEMORIAL SERVICE FRIDAY 
DURHAM POLICE HARK OFFICERS SLAIN IN '87 

NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO 

SEE ALSO RADIO , , JLi- , 

TRASHING OF PAPERS DRAWS ATTENTION 

NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO HEAD SAYS WUNC ONE OF THE 

WRITERS' CAMP FEATURED ON RADIO 

'SURPRISE' WASN'T NRP'S 

NATIONAL RAILWAY HISTORICALSCCIETY 

RESTORED TRAIN PUFFS OFF TODAY WITH FREE RIDES 

NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 

i S3 ffiFMBft FOUNTS* DF NjC., INC. 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF N.C, INC. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL HISTORIC SITES „„_„ 
POWER LINE MAY THREATEN EDISON'S RETREAT 
GRANVILLE COURTHOUSE UNDER RENOVATION 
GRAWILLE COWTY^RTHOUSE WORK ^^MG HISTORY 
PAST PEtfECT: BLACKNALL HOUSE PRESERVED BY PROGRESS 
FOUNDRY COULD BE LOST TO NEGLECT 
RESERVOIR COULD INUNDATE HISTORIC HILL 
DON'T FLOOD OUT HISTORY 
HISTQRICDISTRICT PROPOSED FOR DOWNTOWN 
HISTORIC DESIGNATIONEXPWINED 
HISTORIC*. GROUP MAKES MARK IN APEX 
TEER (*FERS HISTORIC FARMHOUSE TO SOCIETY 
PA>EL WANTS STATE REGISTER Of HISTORIC PLACES 

NATIONAL RECOGNITION PROGRAM FOR URBAN DEVELOPMENT EXCELLENCE 

gsaJnES lEPrVffHDUSDe and urban development 

CREST ST. COMMUNITY CAPTURES NATIONAL AWARD 

^§ T IS Xfi^bH&Mnm 

%^%^fi^®^ ■" * mICS 

^ TI ° 9 1^1l1}n C ^R^S *MY STUDY CF ESI> 

NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO GUN CONTROL 

S£ HUNTING G ClEsSES COULD SAVE HUNTERS' LIVES 
ENSURE FLIGHT SAFETY 

SHOOTOUT AT CAPITAL CORRAL ^^^^ 
CONGRESS SHOULD PASS THE BRADY AMENDMENT 
JOHN HINCKLEY; I'M THE N.R.A. (CARTOON) 
CARTOON UNFAIR TO CONGRESS _ rmws 

gSc&KS&i K Sting record 

ffis^C^S S 8 SWWT OVER N.C. A^ 
DART LOBBY DIDN'T STICK CONGRESS HARD ENOUGH 
GUN CONTROL IS ALSO AN ECONOMIC ISSUE 

NATIONAL RIGHT TO WORK COMMITTEE 



2 5/02/198S A 
2 6/11/1988 A 
2 9/13/1988 A 



2 5/10/1988 C 
2 5/14/1988 C 



4 E 
9 N 
4 T T 



R56 



6 N 
3 P N M51 



H 2 4/28/1988 C 5 N 

H 2 6/07/1988 B 1 P N M97 

H 2 7/31/1988 C 14 N 

H 2 11/21/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 4/24/1988 B 1 P N K65 



CHH 1 



CHH 
H 
H 
H 

H 
H 
S 



1/31/1988 A 
5/31/1988 B 
5/31/198S B 
7/17/1988 
7/29/1988 
11/08/1988 
11/15/1988 
11/16/1988 
11/17/1988 
12/10/1988 
12/18/1988 
12/20/1988 



13 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 



S 2 10/21/1988 C 
H 2 10/23/1988 B 
S 2 10/27/1988 A 



2/01/1988 
5/02/1988 
6/27/1988 
9/10/1988 
9/19/1988 
9/27/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/13/1988 
10/13/1988 
10/25/1988 
10/27/1988 
11/30/1988 



N 

N T33 
N T33 
F Zll 
N S63 
N S12 
E 

N S51 
N S51 
N P41 
N A54 
J Oil 



1 P N H70 
1 P N S51 
4 E 



H 1 2/04/1988 B 2 N 
S 2 2/15/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 1/14/1988 C 1 N 



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4 
4 
5 
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SEE RIGHT-TO-WORK LAU 

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION 

SEE ALSO SCIENCE, RESEARCH _ 

COLD FACTS; VALENTINE FEELS N.C.'S PRESENCE AT SOUTH POLE 
UNC TO TAKE PART IN $3 MILLION PROJECT TO STUDY GULF STREAM 
UNC RESEARCHER GETS tt.2 MILLION FOR EARTH STUDIES 
MONEY WELL SPENT ON VALENTINE'S JUNKET 
TWO MATH SCHOOL STUDENTS' WORKS IN EXHIBIT 
DURHAM-AREA STUDENTS RECEIVE FELLOWSHIPS 
FINANCING ARRANGED FOR DUKE HEART CENTER 
DUKE RECEIVES HEART RESEARCH PROGRAM GRANT 
BIOLOGY PROFESSOR RECEIVES «230,000 GRANT FOR STUDY 
SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAM GETS GRANT 
STUDENT WINS AWARD 

ROMANELLI RECEIVES INVESTIGATOR AWARD 

UNC RESEARCHER'S TECHNIQUE DRAWS SCIENCE INTEREST 

NSF AWARDS UNIVERSITY MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR GRANT 

SANITY IN ACADEMIC RESEARCH 

UNC GETS MULTIMILLION-DOLLAR GRANT 

NCSU SNARES SEMICONDUCTOR RESEARCH UNIT 

NCSU GETS RESEARCH CENTER _ 

NCCU RESEARCHERS GET WOO.OOO GRANT FOR WEATHER... (CORRECTED 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

NATIONAL SECURITY 

SEE ALSO MILITARY, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO SECURITY SYSTEMS 

RANSOM NOT THE ANSWER 

NATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR CORP. 

SEMATECH OFFICIALS CITE ENTHUSIASM OF TEXANS 

NATIONAL SPORTSCASTERS AND SPORTSWRITERS ASSOCIATION 
HERALD SPORTS WRITERS RECEIVE STATE HONORS 

NATIONAL STARCH AND CHEMICAL CO. (FORMERLY PROCTOR CHEMICAL CO.) 
EPA REVEALS SALISBURY PLAN 

NATIONAL STUDENT UNITY MEETING 

SEE ALSO CAMPUS UNREST 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C., ACTIVISM 

SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 

SEE ALSO STUDENT ACTION UNION 
STUDENT ACTIVISTS TO CONVERGE ON UNC 
SOCIAL ILLS NOT AS BLATANT IN 1980S 
STUDENT LEFTISTS TRY FOR UNITY AT UNC-CH GATHERING 

NATIONAL TEACHERS EXAMINATION 
SEE ALSO TEACHER EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, U.S. 

NCCU HEARS STANDARD TO SAVE TEACHING PROGRAM 

NCCU'S IMPROVEMENTS MAY YET QUIET SKEPTICS 

NCCU MAKES THE GRADE ON PASSING TEACHER EXAM 

NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION 

SEE ALSO SAFETY 

SEE ALSO TRANSPORTATION 

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

EXAMINERS PROBE RDU CRASH SITE 

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

MEADOW OF WINTER-GRAYED BRUSH ALTERED BY FRAGMENTS OF TRAGEDY 

1ST OFFICER MAY HAVE BEEN FLYING PLANE BEFORE CRASH 

INVESTIGATORS SEEK CLUES IN RDU CRASH 

PLANE'S ENGINES TO BE SENT TO MANUFACTURER FOR INSPECTION 

ENGINES TO BE STUDIED FOR CLUES 

SAFETY BOARD ENDS PROBE AT SITE OF FATAL PLANE CRASH 

TWO AGENCIES PLAY DIFFERENT ROLES IN INVESTIGATING AIRPLANE CRASHES 



s 


2 


1/21/1988 C 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


2/09/1988 C 


10 N U80 


H 


2 


2/10/1988 B 


10 N U80 


H 


2 


2/24/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/09/1988 B 


2 N 


s 


2 


4/06/1988 C 


9 N 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 B 


10 N 


s 


2 


4/15/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


5/19/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


5/21/1988 A 


13 N 


S 


2 


5/21/1988 B 


8 N 


S 


2 


5/27/1988 A 


5 N 


CHH 1 


7/02/1988 A 


7 P N L38 


CHH 1 


7/26/1988 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


7/31/1988 D 


4 E 


S 


2 


8/06/1988 A 


10 N 


H 


2 


8/20/1988 A 


1 N K65 


S 


2 


8/20/1988 C 


1 P N 


10-28-88) H 


2 10/27/1988 D 


11 N C60 


H 


2 10/28/1988 A 


2 N 



H 2 4/30/1988 A 4 E 

H 1 1/07/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 1/27/1988 C 1 P N 

H 1 9/28/1988 C 2 N 



CHH 1 7/04/1988 A 
CHH 1 7/06/1988 A 
CHH 1 7/17/1988 A 



1 N L90 
4 E 
1 N Vll 



S 2 11/23/1988 A 1 N S92 
S 2 11/25/1988 A 4 E 
S 2 12/05/1988 A 1 N S92 



1/29/1988 
2/20/1988 
2/21/1988 
2/21/1988 
2/22/1988 
2/22/1988 
2/23/1988 
2/23/1988 
2/24/1988 
2/24/1988 



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N A54 
N M97 
N T33 
N B85 
N M97 
N B85 
N M97 
N M97 



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

SAFETY BOARD TO FINISH CRASH PROBE ^ 

PIECES OFPLANE BEING REMOVED; ROAD REOPENED 
RESERVOIR DRAINING MAY DELAY PROBE 
CRASH INVESTIGATORS MAY RETURN 
INVESTIGATORS RETURNING TO SITE OF RDU CRASH 

SB nnuiuiui — 

Siffi KS i BBS HS 

PILOT IN RDU CRASH WON'T TALK TO BOARD 

W^V^IS^&H PROREHS 

WS^JSV^fS^S^ CRA* THAT KILLED FOUR 
investigators; plane may have stalled 

ffi^TS D^^^'C^T^COMMUTER-PLA^ CRASH 

SHWK^ KSbY SAFETY BOARD... 
SAFETY B^BLAMESGAS COMF^FOREXPLOSION THAT DESTROYED CAFETERIA 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 

H ALSO RALEIGH/HSHAM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, WEATHER FORECASTS 

SEE ALSO WEATHER, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO WEATHER, N.C, 

SEE ALSO WEATHER, UJn>__ 

SEE ALSO WEATHER FORECASTERS 

TORNADO AWARENESS DRILLS HELD 

WEATHER BPERTSCHEtt RDU TORNADO FORECASTS 

TEAM EVALUATING FORECASTERS FOLLOWING TORNADOES 

RESEARCHER SAYS TORNADO WARNING WAS UNLIKELY 

NATIONAL WILDLIFE TOIERATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. WILDLIFE FEDERATION 
SEE ALSO WILDLIFE CONSERVATION _ 

BACKYARDS CAN MAKE GOOD HOMES FOR WILDLIFE 

NATIONAL YOUTH SPORTS JTOGRAJf 

LEE COUNTY GETS YOUTH SPORTS GRANT 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 

NATIONWIDE INDUSTRIES 

NEW HAMNER FIRM MOVES TO DURHAM 

AUTOMOTIVE FIRM MOVES HEADQUARTERS 

NATIONWIDE INDUSTRIES MOVING HEADQUARTERS TO DURHAM 

NATIONWIDE INSURANCE CO« .„,._,. nTc^wre 

SENIOR CITIZENS OFFERED AUTO INSURANCE DISCOUNTS 

NATIVE AMERICAN SOLIDARITY GROUP 

SE MVEWOR < SAYf ^CONVINCED SLAYING WAS NOT RACIALLY, POLITICALLY... 

NATIVITY SCENE 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS 
SEE ALSO WISE MEN 

SCHoKmCENT ON SUBJECT OF RELIGION 

NATURAL FOODS 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
NATURAL FOODS BECOME WAY OF LIFE 

^StEMja! ACCIDENTS, EXPLOSIONS 
SEE ALSO NATURAL GAS PIPELINES 
SEE ALSO N.C. NATURAL GAS CORP. 
SEE ALSO OFF-SHORE DRILLING 



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2 


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2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



A 
A 
C 
A 
C 
C 



2/24/1988 
2/25/1988 
2/26/1988 
2/26/1988 
3/04/1988 
3/04/1988 _ 
4/14/1988 B 
5/04/1988 A 
5/27/1988 A 
5/27/1988 A 
5/31/1988 A 
6/01/1988 B 
7/21/1988 C 
7/22/1988 B 
7/24/1988 B 
7/25/1988 B 
10/13/1988 A 
10/20/1988 A 
10/24/1988 A 
10/26/1988 A 
10/27/1988 B 



1 

1 

1 

1 I 

1 

1 I 

3 
17 

1 

1 

1 

9 

1 

4 
11 

5 

1 
15 

9 

1 

7 



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L Y 
L P BYL 

N B85 

N W82 

N 

N B53 

N R80 

N W82 

N 

N 

N B85 

N W82 

N B85 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



2 3/10/1988 B 
2 11/30/1988 C 
2 12/01/1988 D 
2 12/08/1988 C 



1 
1 

11 
10 



N H60 
N 
N 
N 



S 2 11/04/1988 A 8 P F G59 



H 2 3/23/1988 B 6 N 
H 2 6/18/1988 D 3 N 



S 2 10/29/1988 B 1 N M06 
H 2 11/03/1988 A 17 N 
H 2 11/06/1988 C 16 N 



H 2 4/02/1988 A 11 N 



H 2 3/30/1988 B 3 N 



H 2 12/17/1988 C 8 P P S73 
CHH 1 12/17/1988 A 5 P N 



S 2 8/03/1988 B 1 P F 659 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



LEGISLATOR CRITICIZES GAS COMPANIES' LACK OF EXPANSION 
MAVRETIC! RURAL ECONOMIC GROWTH LINKED TO NATURAL GAS 
2ND NATURAL-GAS LINE CUT AT DURHAM CIVIC-CENTER SITE 
NATURAL GAS LEAK FORCES EVACUATION IN YANCEYVIULE 
GAS LINE BROKEN 
NATURAL GAS LEAK FORCES EVACUATION OF FACTORY 

NATURAL GAS, EXPLORATION 
SEE ALSO OIL EXPLORATION 
MOBIL PLAN TO EXPLORE N.C. COAST UORRIES SOME 
MORE STUDY IS SOUGHT ON DRILLING OFF COAST 
MARTIN TO SEEK MORE TIME TO REVIEW DRILLING REQUEST 
GAS DRILLING PLANS BASED ON SOLID EVIDENCE— OFFICIALS 

MARTIN WANTS INFORMATION FROM MOBIL 

MOBIL OIL EYES TWO N.C. PORTS AS STAGING AREA FOR DRILLING 

NATURAL GAS, EXPLOSIONS 

MEMORIES OF GREENVILLE APARTMENT BLAST STILL VIVID 

SAFETY BOARD BLAMES GAS COMPANY FOR EXPLOSION THAT DESTROYED CAFETERIA 
SUnS FILED IN JAN. 18 EXPLOSION _ Ara ^ 

EXPLOSION IN DURHAM INJURES lj BLOCK IN GARRETT FARMS EVACUATED AFTER... 
GTE WORKER BURNED SERIOUSLY IN GAS EXPLOSION 
SAFETY BOARD RECOMMENDS CHANGES AFTER GAS EXPLOSION 

NATURAL GAS, PRODUCERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATURAL GAS CORP. 
SEE ALSO PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS CO. 
NATURAL GAS COMPANIES EYEING PIPELINE TO N.C. 

NATURAL GAS, RATES 

SEE ALSO HEATING FUEL PRICES 
SEE ALSO UTILITY RATES 

UTILITY BILLS CUT $221 MILLION A YEAR IN NORTH CAROLINA 

NATURAL GAS RATE INCREASES ARE APPROVED 

NATURAL GAS COMPANIES GRANTED RATE INCREASES 

NATURAL GAS LEAKS 
SEE GAS LEAK 

NATURAL GAS PIPELINES 
SEE ALSO GAS LINES 
AHOSKIE-TO-WILMINGTON PIPELINE 'LONG SHOT'-NATURAL GAS CHIEF 
GAS LINE BROKEN 

GUESS ROAD GAS LEAK CAUSES EVACUATION 
SOME HOMES, BUSINESSES EVACUATED AFTER GAS LINE CUT 
GAS-LINE BREAK CUTS RDU ACCESS 
NATURAL GAS COMPANIES EYEING PIPELINE TO N.C. 
OFFICIALS SAY WORKERS KNEW LOCATION OF NATURAL-GAS LINE 
POLICE LOG/OWASA CREW CUTS GAS LINE 

NATURAL HELPERS 

SEE ALSO PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO VOLUNTEERS, ORANGE COUNTY 
PLANNED PARENTHOOD TO HONOR LOCAL VOLUNTEERS 

NATURAL INSECTICIDE 
SEE ALSO INSECTICIDE 
SEE ALSO PESTICIDES 
LOVE SOARS O'ER ALL 

NATURAL RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO COAL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY INVENTORY OF NATURAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO FORESTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO FORESTS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 
SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULED ON NATURAL RESOURCES 

NATURAL SELECTIONS (CARRBORO, N.C.) 

NATURAL SELECTIONS OFFERS LIFE'S ODDITIES AND MUCH MORE 



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S I T 
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D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 


2 2/11/1988 A 
2 2/12/1988 A 
2 2/25/1988 A 
2 6/25/1988 C 
2 7/07/1988 C 
2 8/05/1988 B 


5 
5 
1 
1 

16 
8 


J on 

J Oil 
N B53 
N 
N 
N B21 


S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 


2 9/07/1988 A 
2 9/08/1988 B 
2 9/09/1988 B 
2 9/12/1988 A 
2 10/11/1988 B 
2 10/21/1988 A 


1 
10 

5 
13 

5 
12 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


H 
H 
H 

H 
S 
H 


2 3/02/1988 A 
2 10/27/1988 B 
2 10/29/1988 C 
2 11/16/1988 A 
2 11/16/1988 C 
2 12/01/1988 C 


10 N 066 
7 N 
6 N 
1 P N M51 
1 P N K30 
3 N 



H 2 10/11/1988 B 5 N 



H 2 2/13/1988 C 14 N 
H 2 4/28/1988 A 15 N 
H 2 5/11/1988 A 11 N 



H 


1 2/10/1988 B 


6 N 


H 


2 7/07/1988 C 


16 N 


S 


2 9/24/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 9/25/1988 B 


1 N 


S 


2 10/10/1988 A 


1 N B53 


H 


2 10/11/1988 B 


5 N 


S 


2 10/11/1988 C 


1 P N B53 


CHH 1 11/04/1988 A 


3 N 



CHH 1 8/15/1988 A 3 N S17 



H 2 10/19/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 10/12/1988 B 10 N 
CHH 1 7/25/1988 A 3 U L41 



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NATURE CONSERVANCY 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATURE CONSERVANCY 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE LAND CONSERVANCY 

40-ACRE ADDITION TO ENO RIVER PARK APPROVED 
NATURE CONSERVANCY RECEIVES $5,000 FROM FOUNDATION 

NATURE HIKES 

SEE ALSO HIKING 
AUTUMN ENO HIKES TRACE INDIAN TRADING PATH 
NEW YEAR'S DAY COUCH POTATOES HAVE ALTERNATIVE - TAKE A HIKE 

NAVAL ACADEMY 

VALENTINE NOMINATES 6 FOR SERVICE ACADEMIES 

NAVAL ACADEMY SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
JORDAN'S SMITH PICKS NAVY 

NAVY LEAGUE OF THE U.S. 
SEE ALSO U.S. NAVY 
REAGAN RIGHT IN GULF-VICE ADMIRAL 

NAZI PARTY 

cru ai on SWASTIKA 
HAMPTON LED POLICE PLANNING FOR 1979 ANTI-KLAN MARCH 
ECHOES OF MASSACRE RAISE CONCERN IN DURHAM 

HEyY^SHWLD L W S BLACKS GET UPSET 'BOUT TH» CONFED'RATE. 

NAZI E^ G COLLEGE S «ILL HOLD SYMPOSIUM ON NAZI GENOCIDE 
UALDHEIM SHOULD QUIT, STOP EMBARRASSMENT 

'^ffl I BEilDES^ IlFuAS ALL A LONG TIME AGO IN PLACES FAR... 
PROF! UALDHEIM 'MORALLY COMPLICIT' 
WEINBERG! IT'S HARD TO PROVE A CRIME 

^£AL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL (CHANGED TO MEAL MIDDLE SCHOOL) 
REDISTRICTING PROPOSED TO COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 
SCHOOL REDISTRICTING 'SPACE ISSUE, NOT RACE ISSUE'-COBLE 
POWER CUT AT SCHOOL _ ,„_ 

NEAL JUNIOR HIGH HONOR ROLL LISTED ^^ 

CONFEDERATE FLAGS APPEAR IN OTHER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 

yc aj ujukb HONOR ROLL 

CoKeTION OF GITHENS SCHOOL BEGINS TO WORRY COUNTY BOARD 

SCHOOLS' CONSTRUCTION DEADLINE NEARS 

EASLEY TAKES LEAD IN CONSTRUCTION 'RACE' 

NEAL STUDENTS ON HONOR ROLL 

ONE FOUNDATION BUILDS ANOTHER 

NEAL MIDDLE SCHOOL (FORMERLY NEAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL) 
SEWER PLAN TO ALLOW CHEWNING CONVERSION 
CITY PANEL BACKS EXTENSION OF SEWER SERVICE 
PANEL OKS SEWER LINE TO CHEWNING JR. HIGH 
NO BELL TOLLS AT NEAL SCHOOL _ 
REDEDICATION CEREMONY SET AT NEAL SCHOOL 
PRINCIPAL FACES CHARGE OF ASSAULT 

NEAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL «„„„ 
NEAL CLOSES 1988 SEASON WITH SHUTOUT OF GITHENS 
LOWES GROVE, NEAL FOOTBALL CONTEST EXCITING 

NEAL ROAD 

NEAL ROAD TRESTLE KNOCKED DOWN 

NEARLY NEW SHOPPE 

SEE ALSO USED CLOTHING „„_ 
STYLISH SATIRE CLUBS' SHOW ON TUESDAY 
ARTS COUNCIL BEGINS FUND DRIVE 



(CARTOON) 



(CARTOON) 



2 2/03/1988 C 1 
2 3/30/1988 A 10 



H 
H 
H 
H 



H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 



N 046 
N 



2 9/23/1988 D 23 N 
2 12/29/1988 D 7 P N 



S 2 2/08/1988 C 1 N 
S 2 2/03/1988 D 4 P N G44 

H 2 4/16/1988 C 4 P N G09 



2/04/1988 A 
2/04/1988 A 
2/29/1988 A 
3/15/1988 A 



1 P N M51 
1 N S51 
4 L 
4 T T C50 



1/09/1988 
2/18/1988 
2/19/1988 
2/19/1988 
6/05/1988 
6/05/1988 



12 N 
4 E 
4 E 
4 T T 
2 P F 
2 P F 



1/20/1988 B 

1/22/1988 C 

1/30/1988 

2/24/1988 

3/18/1988 

5/23/1988 

6/03/1988 

7/15/1988 

7/15/1988 

7/16/1988 

8/15/1988 



1 
1 
4 
7 
16 
10 



2 10/31/1988 A 
2 11/01/1988 A 
2 11/01/1988 B 
2 11/18/1988 A 
2 12/09/1988 C 
2 12/21/1988 C 



1 P N 

1 N 

1 P N 

8 N 

1 P N 



1 N 

1 N 

1 N 

1 P Q 

5 N 

1 N 



R56 
G09 
G09 



J40 
J40 



J40 

J40 
J40 
S92 

S92 



S92 
S51 
H70 
S92 

B53 



2 10/25/1988 B 5 P N A76 
2 11/01/1988 B 7 P N A76 



H 2 2/11/1988 B 7 N 



2 1/15/1988 D 10 P F W66 
2 3/29/1988 B 1 P U W15 



NECKTIES 



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12/31/1988 



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SEE TIES 

NEEDLES 

SEE ALSO SYRINGES 

NEEDLES AND AIDS 

GIVING DRUG ADDICTS NEEDLES IS BETTER THAN 



JUST SAY NO' 



neighborhood advisers project __ _ 
see also coordinating council for senior citizens 
see also senior citizens 
neighborhood advisers start network of help 

neighborhood housing services 

see also durham community development program 

see also federal community development funds 

see also housing, durham 

see also mccracken place townhomes 
hard work makes miracles happen in neighborhoods 
working up a sweat just part of bargain for housing agency 
group repairs roof, renews hope 

neighborhoods _ 

see also association of community organizations for reform now (acorn) 
see also inter-neighborhood council 
see also watts hospital-mllandale neighborhood association 

durham's dilemma: sound growth vs. no growth 

city urged to improve existing neighborhoods 

the neighborhood approach 

hard work makes miracles happen in neighborhoods 

boxwoods, concrete ornaments are out in "in" yards 

fcighborhood activists growing 

neighborhoods to mark national night out in fight against crime 

'anti-specialist' turns eye to neighborhoods 

study says town should hove toward neighborhood planning 

nello l. teer co. 
see also construction industry 
see also koppers co. inc. 

nello teer urges rezoning 

teer quarry plan sparks little opposition 

planning board delays voting on teer quarry 

rezoning ban blocks quarry 

teer's parkway bid low 

teer prepared to dig quarry on orange site 

teer may dig orange quarry 

teer still wants city support for quarry 

teer is awarded parkway contract 

area highway project contracts ok'd 

teer quarry plan raises questions 

council panel delays response on quarry 

council panel delays quarry response 

durham's watershed law won't stop teer quarry 

uhere's the cooperation'' 

council has new question on teer quarry proposal 

city council punts teer quarry question back to county board 

council neutral on quarry plan 

council quarry views legitimate for debate 

planning board gets green light to vote on teer quarry 

commissioners give plan board permission to vote on quarry 

city, county giving teer co. runaround 

council loses sight of what's important 

quarry proposal to go back before planning board 

planners seek to let teer quarry expand 

ponds suggested to help clean up two reservoirs 

state: quarry may limit water quality 

teer willing to redesign rougemont stone quarry 

planning board backs quarry 

quarry rezoning to face tough scrutiny 

quarry deserves ok if plans protect water 

worker pinned under machine 



2 11/15/1988 A 4 
2 11/23/1988 A 4 



H 2 7/02/1988 C 7 P N D22 



S 2 6/06/1988 A 
H 2 6/10/1988 C 
S 2 12/30/1988 A 



S 2 1/20/1988 C 
S 2 1/26/1988 A 
H 2 5/26/1988 A 
S 2 6/06/1988 A 
CHH 1 6/27/1988 A 
S 2 7/26/1988 A 
H 2 8/08/1988 B 
S 2 10/04/1988 C 
CHH 1 11/18/1988 A 



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



1/28/1988 
2/01/1988 
2/03/1988 
2/03/1988 
2/08/1988 
2/09/1988 B 
2/09/1988 C 
2/11/1988 C 
2/12/1988 A 
2/13/1988 C 
2/23/1988 A 
3/01/1988 B 
3/01/1988 B 
3/03/1988 A 
3/04/1988 A 
3/04/1988 A 
3/08/1988 B 
3/08/1988 B 
3/10/1988 A 
3/15/1988 B 
3/16/1988 B 
3/20/1988 D 
3/26/1988 A 
3/31/1988 B 
3/31/1988 A 
4/01/1988 
4/04/1988 
4/05/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/08/1988 
4/27/1988 



4 L 
3 PN D22 
1 PN H65 



Q H70 
N H70 
E 
L 

U L41 
N 

N M51 
N M06 
N M70 



1 M N M06 



1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
4 
10 
1 
1 
4 
1 
3 
4 
4 
6 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 



N M06 
N A54 
N M06 
N M06 
N S51 
N H70 
N H70 
N M06 
N 046 
L 

N S51 
N H70 
N H70 
E 

N S51 
NS51 
N H70 
E 

N M06 
N A54 
E 
E 

N A54 
N M06 
N A54 
N H06 
N H06 
N A54 
N M04 
E 
' P T32 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



S U B J E 



CONDITION IMPROVES FOR MAN INJURED WHEN MACHINE FLIPPED 

AREA HIGHWAY CONTRACTS APPROVED M marrv 

JUDGE REFUSES TO AX TEER SUIT AGAINST COUNTY 

STATE AWARDS CONTRACT FOR WIDENING N.C. 49 

STATE TO REPLACE BRIDGE ON SOUTH LOWELL ROAD 

TROVER EFFORT LEAVES TEER FUTl^UNCERJAIN 

CITY WILL ASK COUNTY TO SPLIT WATERFALL COST 

RESIDENTS GEAR UP FOR REVIEW OF N£LLO TEER QUARRY REZONING 

LAWYER ASKING COUNTY WARD TO t£NY PERtllTFOR TEER QUARRY 

COUNTY VOTE AGAINST QUARRY ZONE 'STUNS* TEER CO. 

mum HALTS BID TOREZOHE COUKTY LAND FOR QUARRY 

Ejection of quarry might cost millions 

BOL TELLS WHY HE OPPOSED QUARRY 

REJECTION OF QUARRY COULD BE BIG MISTAKE 

TEER'S LETTER NEGATES 'SPECULATION' CHARGE 

EDITORIAL ON QUARRY VOTE, TAX DOLLAR LOSS PURE SPECULATION 

ANTI-QUARRY VOTE SHOULD BE COMMENDED 

SWOT M T ^ C &L C £0WTH IN WATERS 

zSS^^^^Sffi^nOlWf CITES LACK... 

COWTSSIONERS WRONG ABOUT TEER CO. QUARRY 

VOTES OF KLU^N **E PIT GIFT 'NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE' 

toKfunrxmu cm 

BTH^ ^IdTcW^WLE ^ ON USE OF .UARRY 
NELLO TEER SEEKS RECONSIDERATION OF ZONING DECISION 
ANOTHER QUARRY VOTE MAY BE WASTE OF TIME 
HERALD AND TEER CO. WRONG ON QUARRY 

ssc not durham's last chance 

S^°KeI Kst^county'S vision on quarry 

SOME NEIGHBORS WANT TEER TO OPERATE QUARRY 
PROPOSED QUARRY PLANNED AS RESERVOIR 
LET'S HAVE A FULL HEARING ^ „ 

BUYOUT NOT EXPECTED TO HURT NELLO TEER CO. 
TEER PRESIDENT GETS REGIONAL PROMOTION 
ROCK QUARRY ESSENTIAL TO DURHAM AREA 

BLAME NELLO TEER CO. 

ENVIRONMENTAL PANEL NEEDED 

K'l^R^W^ K^EST 

C^Stf &1XS^* THREE-YEAR... (CORRECTED 7-24-1 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

SECOND (€ARI>«NEEDED ON TEEROIARRY PROPOSAL 

TEER QUARRY WOULD NOT HURT WATERSHED 

TEERTO L AS^S S TO RECWSIDER QUARRY VISION 

MANAGEMENT CHANGES NEEDED 

TEER WANTS ANOTHER HEARING ON QUARRY 

TEER LACKS 1 'YES* VOTE ON QUARRY K2BGDC 

ALL-OR-NOTHING ZONING NOT REQUIRED IN COUNTY 

GIFT HELPED SCOUT PROJECT _ 

NEW HEARING POINTLESS UNLESS VIEWS CHANGE 

BOND TO POLL CWISSIONERS WJ QUARRY JIEHOTE 

MRS. HERON OPPOSES NEW HEARING OH QUARRY 

COMMISSIONERS SHOULD HEAR TEER REQUEST AGAIN 

CoffiloWsmJLWT GRANT NEW HEARING ON TEER QUARRY 

?K Mcmfflffl CWTRACT FOR PURCHASE Of Q^Y SITE 
TEER GETS 2ND SHOT AT QUARRY ...-,■ 
TEER QUARRY HEARING OARAGES «GHBpRS 
DURHAM AND TEER CO. GET A SECOND CHANCE 

BELL BW THE^T^SEAT OVER PROPOSED QUARRY 
TEER'S QUARRY RECEIVES AWARD 
OFFER OF QUARRY IS NOT A GIFT 



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P 


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L P BYL 


S 


2 4/27/1988 C 1 


N 


H 


1 5/14/1988 C 1 


N R53 


H 


3 5/14/1988 C 1 


N W27 


H 


3 5/14/1988 C 2 


N 


S 


2 5/16/1988 A 1 


N M06 


s 


2 5/19/1988 A 1 


N U82 


s 


2 5/20/1988 C 1 


N M06 


s 


2 5/21/1988 A 1 


M N M06 


H 


2 5/73/1988 C 1 


N A54 


s 


2 5/24/1988 C 1 


N M06 


H 


2 5/24/1988 A 1 


N A54 


H 


2 5/25/1988 A 4 


E 


H 


2 5/25/1988 B 1 


N A54 


s 


2 5/25/1988 A 4 


E 


H 


2 5/29/1988 D 4 


E 


H 


2 5/29/1988 D 5 


P J 


H 


2 5/30/1988 A 4 


L 


H 


2 6/02/1988 A 4 


L 


s 


2 6/03/1988 A 4 


L 


H 


2 6/08/1988 A 4 


L 


H 


2 6/12/1988 A 1 


M N A54 


H 


2 6/12/1988 D i 


E 


H 


2 6/12/1988 D f 


J 


s 


2 6/13/1988 A t 


N 


H 


2 6/14/1988 A ' 


L 


H 


2 6/15/1988 A < 


1 E 


H 


2 6/15/1988 A ! 


i J 


H 


2 6/16/1988 B 1 


N A54 


s 


2 6/17/1988 A ' 


1 E 


H 


2 6/19/1988 D ' 


1 L 


H 


2 6/21/1988 A 


1 L 


H 


2 6/24/1988 A 


\ L 


H 


2 6/25/1988 A 1 


! P N M02 


H 


2 6/26/1988 B 


t P N A54 


H 


2 6/26/1988 D 


* L 


H 


2 6/27/1988 A 


1 E 


S 


2 6/29/1988 C 


1 N W82 


S 


2 7/01/1988 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 7/04/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/04/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/06/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/08/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/11/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/14/1988 A 


4 L 


) H 


2 7/22/1988 A 


5 J 


H 


2 7/24/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 7/24/1988 D 


4 E 


H 


2 7/25/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/29/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 7/30/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 8/03/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 8/05/1988 A 


1 M N A54 


s 


2 8/06/1988 B 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 8/07/1988 D 


4 E 


H 


2 8/09/1988 A 


4 L 


s 


2 8/09/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/11/1988 B 


1 N A54 


S 


2 8/11/1988 C 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 8/14/1988 D 


4 E 


H 


2 8/19/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 8/20/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 8/20/1988 B 


1 P N H65 


: h 


2 8/21/1988 B 


L4 N 


H 


2 8/23/1988 A 


1 N A54 


s 


2 8/23/1988 A 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 8/24/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/24/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


s 


2 8/24/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/25/1988 B 


6 N 


S 


2 8/27/1988 A 


4 L 



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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



COMMISSIONERS PUT ON A SHOW 
WHO REPRESENTS LITTLE PEOPLE? 
AWARD-WINNING COUNTY SHOW 
QUARRY AN UNWELCOME HESS 
TEER QUARRY REQUEST ON AGENDA 
BOARD TO DISCUSS QUARRY, SEVIER FEES 

TEER REZONING REQUEST DESERVES UNDERSTANDING , 

QUARRY DECISION REVERSED; DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS VOTE TO REZONE 

DURHAM COUNTY OKS ROCK QUARRY REZONING 

QUARRY DEBATE SHOWS NEED TO PLAN TOGETHER 

TEER QUARRY GROUNDBREAKING (CARTOON) 

CHANGED VOTE SHOWS BELL'S EYE ON FUTURE 

SIERRA CLUB NO NAYSAYER 

OWASA HOLDS OUT FOR RESIDENTS 

TEER TO SEEK PERMIT FOR NEW ROCK QUARRY 

COUNTY OKS QUARRY 

COUNTY OKS TEER QUARRY, SETS CONDITIONS 

CONDITIONS ESTABLISHED FOR NEW TEER QUARRY 

QUARRY PERMIT RULES SHOULD BE ENFORCED 

TEER LANDS *22.7 MILLION CONTRACT 

TEER OFFERS HISTORIC FARMHOUSE TO SOCIETY 

NELSON EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS 

SEE ALSO EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS, DURHAM COUNTY 
A LITTLE COUNTRY CLUBHOUSE IN A HIGH-TECH NEIGHBORHOOD 

NEMATODE 

SEE ALSO INSECTS, PESTS 
RECOGNIZING, CONTROLLING DAMAGE FROM NEMATODES 

NERDS 

NERDS-VILLE 

NERVE DAMAGE 

CHEMICAL MAY HOLD CLUE TO TREATING NERVE DISEASES 

NERVES 

COMMON NERVE PROBLEM HAS VARIETY OF TREATMENTS 
BRAIN SECRET DISCOVERED BY UNC BIOCHEMISTS 

NESTLE'S CO. 

GROUP SOUNDS CALL FOR BOYCOTT OF GE; COMPANY'S LINK TO DEFENSE WORK.. 

NETHERLANDS 

OFFICIAL OPPOSES PLAN TO BUILD DIKES 

IGJRONB 

CHEMICAL MAY HOLD CLUE TO TREATING NERVE DISEASES 
BRAIN SECRET DISCOVERED BY UNC BIOCHEMISTS 

NEUSE RIVER 

SEE ALSO FALLS LAKE ... .. 
STATE MOVES TO PROTECT ALL OF NEUSE 
WATER PANEL PROPOSAL DESERVES FINAL APPROVAL 
ARTIFACTS SALVAGED FROM UNION SHIP SUNK IN NEUSE RIVER 
AIR POLLUTION CONTROLS HELD TOP PRIORITY 
EASTERN CITIES MUST UPGRADE DISCHARGE INTO NEUSE RIVER 
NEW RULE WILL COST TOWNS ALONG NEUSE RIVER 
DURHAM WASTE SUGGESTION ALARMING IDEA IN SMITHFIELD 
CHILD DROWNS, FATHER MISSING AFTER ACCIDENT ON NEUSE RIVER 
FAMILY IN BOATING ACCIDENT IDENTIFIED 
WINDS, WAVES AGAIN HAMPER SEARCH 

COUNCILS OF GOVERNMENT BACK INCENTIVES FOR WASTE TREATMENT 
STATEWIDE PLAN KEY TO PROTECTING WATER 

NEUTRONS 

EXPERTS WANT COLLIDER TO FIGHT CANCER 

THE NEVILLE BROTHERS 

NEVILLES: 30 YEARS OF NEW ORLEANS 



E 
D 

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

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8/27/1988 
8/29/1988 
8/29/1988 
9/06/1988 
9/10/1988 
9/10/1988 
9/11/1988 
9/13/1988 
9/13/1988 
9/14/1988 
9/14/1988 
9/14/1988 
9/26/1988 
10/29/1988 
11/14/1988 
11/15/1988 
11/15/1988 B 
11/15/1988 B 
11/16/1988 A 
12/13/1988 A 
12/18/1988 C 



L 
E 

L 
L 

N A54 
N H65 
E 

N A54 
N H65 
E 

T R56 
E 
L 

N L90 
N H65 
N A54 
N H65 
N 
E 
N 
N A54 



H 2 5/20/1988 A 6 P F S56 

H 2 10/30/1988 E 14 U B56 

S 2 6/10/1988 C 1 P P M66 

H 2 5/17/1988 A 9 N 



CHH 1 7/08/1988 A 6 U 
H 2 12/14/1988 C 1 D N C60 



H 2 10/18/1988 A 8 N C47 
H 2 5/12/1988 C 18 N 



H 2 5/17/1988 A 9 N 
H 2 12/14/1988 C 1 D N C60 



s 


2 


1/15/1988 A 


1 


N 


s 


2 


1/16/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/25/1988 B 


7 PN 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 


1/29/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/30/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


4/28/1988 B 


4 


N M97 


H 


2 


5/26/1988 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 


5/27/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/28/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


6/17/1988 A 


10 


N M97 


S 


2 


9/27/1988 A 


4 


E 



S 2 7/26/1988 A 1 N H02 
H 2 11/25/1988 D 7 R L37 



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T 
Y 
P BYL 



TOO MANY CHEFS CAN SPOIL EVEN AN RiB GUMBO 

m ^^ItfCJpPARTY SAYS n WILL BE ON BALLOT 
THIRDPARTY WILL FIELD NOVEMBER CANDIDATES 

S^^^i ESSSlf -SKS COUNTY, STATE ELECTION SOARDS 

aoernative candidate tells Durham CROW) 'UNITY- THEME A FRAUD 

3rSTYCAffiTCFULAW CRITICIZES DEMOCRATIC UNITY 
FULANI BAO^UAGES FIGHT AGAINST ODDS r<rm .„ 

NEUPARTY^STO MAKE POINT ABOUT ELECTORAL PROCESS 
C^Y 2 MEMOS ATTEND PARTY'S STATECCWENTION 
imW* NnjPARTY CAN BE ON DURHAM BALLOT 
THIRD* PARTY PAIR CAN RUN FORCaJWTY BOARD- JUDGE 
ALLIANCE PARTES CANDIDATE URGES 'DUMP DUKAKIS* 
COUNTYBOARD CANDIDATES TO MEET AT FORUM OCT. 20 
2FROM NEWALLIANCE SEEK COMMISSION SEATS 

S P^eMF fflfflyB. THAN 7,000 VOTES IN N.C. 

NEW BERN, N.C. 

am WORKER DIES OF INJURIES FROM ACCIDENT AT PULP MILL 
m ^EMPLOYEE SEPJOUSLY INJURED BY ELECTRIC SHOCK 

fire f m^ma^Bau-cSm to palace festival 
m Wmillion more needed for Carolina theater project 

NEW DURHAM PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, IMAGE _ 

^E^ SPOTLIGHTS AWARD WINNERS „..„ 

CHAffiER SOT DURHAM 'HOT' in GROWTH, BUSINESS 

m "8S8£\g£?*f FEELING GOOD PRW* 

K 8 cR MSorM SI KinTkIDS. NEW DURH* DaiVERS. (AD) 
DURHAM IS IBM CWATIBLE - DURHAM DELIVERS (AD) 
DURHAM IS ON THEUP AND UP AND UP AND UP (AD) 

" ^ON^STS ENJOYING SUCCESS 

m ^S^BRINGS CARRBORO A REVIVAL 
NEW GRASS REVIVAL... „ . nm , _ . v 
STRINGED WIZARDRY GETS A TRIPLE PLAY 

" TSSSfi T« OF 6 CITIES 

^fg^WRS&K RACES IN N.C. 

^ ^'rtOLL^OOD^^'RELAXED PACE OF TAR HEEL MOVIEMAKING 
CHLORINE LEAK FORCES EVACUATION 

ROADPROJECTIS CHANGED TO SPARE FOUR OAK TREES 

"" "Sal* KlVEP*^ CHILDREN IN SCHOOL BUS 
BUS DRIVER LOCKS STUDENTS IN 



H 2 12/02/1988 C 8 R L37 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 



5/10/1988 C 
5/10/1988 B 
6/05/1988 D 
7/13/1988 
7/14/1988 
7/29/1988 
7/30/1988 
7/31/1988 
8/01/1988 
8/05/1988 
8/06/1988 
8/07/1988 
8/17/1988 C 
8/18/1988 B 
9/28/1988 D 
10/09/1988 D 
11/02/1988 A 
11/12/1988 A 
11/16/1988 B 



14 

11 
4 
1 

14 
1 
1 
1 

3 

1 
4 

12 
1 
1 
6 
1 
1 
3 
4 



N 
N 
E 

N M06 
N 

N M06 
N A54 
N C47 
N 

N M06 
N 

N C47 
N M06 
N 
N 

N A54 
Q H65 
N H90 
N 



H 2 2/18/1988 A 20 N 

H 2 5/19/1988 A 20 N 

H 2 10/01/1988 B 6 N 

H 2 10/14/1988 D 8 P F 



C19 



H 2 3/15/1988 A 1 P N C19 



2 4/05/1988 A 6 P U W15 
2 6/09/1988 C 1 N H02 



5/01/1988 B 
5/01/1988 C 
6/12/1988 C 
7/10/1988 A 
7/31/1988 D 



8 N C60 
17 P A 

7 P A 

9 P A 
12 P A 



2 9/20/1988 B 3 F 



H 2 1/29/1988 D 
S 2 2/04/1988 D 
H 2 2/12/1988 D 



6 P F L37 
6 P P 
6 P R L37 



S 2 1/06/1988 C 1 N H03 
S > 2/12/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 2/13/1988 B 5 N L40 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 



2/10/1988 B 
4/01/1988 B 
6/14/1988 B 
8/05/1988 A 
9/16/1988 A 
9/17/1988 A 
9/24/1988 A 



H 2 5/14/1988 B 
H 2 5/15/1988 C 



1 


N 


5 


N 


8 


N 


8 


N 


11 


N 


7 


N 


10 


N 


4 


N 


4 


N 



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NEU HANOVER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

HEART SURGERY APPARENTLY DONE IN WILMINGTON 

NEU HOPE AUDUBON SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO BIRDWATCHERS 
AREA GROUPS GET STATE 'PRIDE' AWARDS 

EAGLE COUNT BELOW '87 LEVEL, BUT OFFICIALS OPTIMISTIC (AMENDED 6-23-88) 
CORRECTION 

JUNE PRIME TIME FOR BIRD-WATCHING 

37 EAGLES SIGHTED AT JORDAN DURING JULY, AUDUBON SOCIETY REPORTS 
JORDAN LAKE REMAINS EAGLES' VACATION SPOT 

NEU HOPE CHURCH ROAD 

OFFICIALS WORKING TO GET SITE FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

BOARD PICKS SCHOOL SITE 

LAND FOR NEW SCHOOL BOUGHT NEAR N.C. 86 

1-40 NOT VOTE PLOY — MARTIN 

SCHOOL WATER LINES WOULDN'T VIOLATE RULES 

ORANGE BOARD CONSIDERS PROPOSAL FOR MODEL SCHOOL 

NEW HOPE CREEK 

GAS LEAK BELIEVED NO THREAT 



NEU HOPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
NEU HOPE SCHOOL HAY BE 



MODEL' 



NEW HOPE VALLEY RAILROAD 
SEE ALSO RAILROADS, N.C. 
RESTORED TRAIN PUFFS OFF TODAY WITH FREE RIDES 

NEW HOPE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 

SEE ALSO FIRE DEPTS., ORANGE COUNTY, VOLUNTEER 
FIRE GUTS SECOND FLOOR OF NEW HOPE DRIVE HOME 
IN THE LINE OF DUTY (CORRECTION PRINTED 12-14-88) 

NEW HORIZONS PROGRAM 
SEE FAIR HOUSING ACT 

NEU JERSEY 

SEE ALSO EAST SIDE HIGH SCHOOL (PATERSON, NEU JERSEY) 

SEE ALSO PATERSON, NEU JERSEY 
CHILD BIGGEST LOSER IN SURROGATE DECISION 
LET'S TRY NEU JERSEY'S MODEL ON TEEN SUICIDE 

NEU ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 
SEE ALSO LOUISIANA 
MAN ARRESTED IN N.C. WOMAN'S DEATH 
NEW ORLEANS BRACING FOR WILD, REPUBLICAN WINDS 
WIMP CREOLE (CARTOON) 

NEW PERFORMING DANCE CO. 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
DANCE PERFORMANCE SET SATURDAY IN OXFORD 
PURPLE HAZE 

VRANA PL ANS O N KEEPING NEU PERFORMING NEU 
DANCERS OFFER MYSTERY, MIRTH 
SHOW TAKES AMUSING LOOK AT MODERN DANCE 

NEU PLAYS RISING 

SEE ALSO PLAYWRIGHTS, N.C. 
NEU PLAYS RISING SHOWS COMPLETE 'THE FULL GAMUT' 
NEU PLAYS SHOW PROMISE 
LENGTH, GRAVITY, SCRIPTS TROUBLE NEU PLAYS RISING 

NEU RIVER MARINE STATION 

N.C. UNEASY OVER MILITARY GROWTH PLANS 

JACKSONVILLE PLANS TO ANNEX PARTS OF TWO MARINE BASES 

JACKSONVILLE PLANS TO ANNEX TWO MILITARY BASES 



S 2 6/15/1988 C 3 N 



S 

CHH 

CHH 

S 

H 

S 



H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 



1/22/1988 A 
6/21/1988 A 
6/23/1988 A 
6/25/1988 B 
8/11/1988 B 
8/12/1988 A 



8 N 



N 
N H25 



1/09/1988 C 
6/07/1988 B 
7/16/1988 C 
9/23/1988 A 
10/12/1988 A 
10/25/1988 C 



N 

N K65 
E 



N BIO 
N 080 
N M25 

N R63 
N H90 
N M25 



S 2 1/18/1988 A 
CHH 1 11/25/1988 A 



9 N 

1 P N M25 



H 2 4/24/1988 B 1 P N K65 



CHH 1 8/11/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/13/1988 A 



1 P N R63 
3 P P T44 



S 2 2/08/1988 A 
H 2 6/07/1988 A 



4 E 
4 E 



H 2 3/19/1988 B 3 N 
H 2 8/14/1988 A 13 U H49 
H 2 8/16/1988 A 4 T T R56 



4/14/1988 B 
5/12/1988 D 
5/13/1988 D 
5/19/1988 D 
5/20/1988 D 



1 N H60 
1 P F B71 
10 P F W66 
4 R B71 
9 R L59 



H 2 4/22/1988 D 13 P F U66 
S 2 4/28/1988 D 4 P R U63 
H 2 4/29/1988 D 9 R P10 



H 2 5/16/1988 C 2 P N 
H 2 10/08/1988 A 13 N 
H 2 12/22/1988 B 2 N 



NEU STORIES FROM THE SOUTH (BOOK) 



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12/31/1988 



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ALGONQUIN SERIES FOCUSES ON SOUTHERN FICTION 

NEW YEAR'S DAY „ 

SEE ALSO BLACK-EYED PEAS 

SE G S t '^NTsfFUSSES NARKED DURHAM'S 1987 
1ST BABY RUSHES INTO NEW YEAR 

fttfBK. SS? WOTJHL FROM UORK 
WORKERS GET LONG WEEKEND 

BHMBucmwb n wbb« **, ««-.. 

NEW YEAR'S EVE 

DON'T DRIVE, COMPUTER TELLS BAR PATRONS 
HTXIDAY DWI ARRESTS CONTINUE IN DURHAM 
STATES HOLIDAY TRAFFIC TOLL ESTIMATED AT 45 

^K^fIM^ nU STRAUSS 

g HR B/SffBB ggl2 DEFINITELY HAS DOWN SIDE 18 YEARS.., 

mJK99jnfwa nura ek* help «.. 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE PREPARED TO NAB DRUNKEN DRIVERS 
YMCA RINGS IN NEW YEAR 

NEW YEAR'S RESXUTIONS 

DUKfreYCHOlS cfFERS TIPS FOR STOP-SMOKING RESOLUTIONS 

^SE^ALSO HOWARD BEACH, NEW YORK _ 

t£ "sSKl!^ F^ S W LL UsFn.Y. STRATEGY (CORRECTED 3-17-88) 
CORRECTION „ 

SffffBfiffOT^ PU*T WOES 

■" Wfi BBK CURVE INTO NEWYO^IHARY 
DUKAKIS HITS STRIDE IN MARATHON CONTEST 

wfu YnRK BOCK EXCHANGE AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE IMPORTS 

ffltm JAPANESE ENGINES END UP UNDER HOODS IN U.S. 

NEW YORK CITY _ _ ^ __ 

SEE ALSO DUKE HOMELESS PROJECT 
RELENTLESS BROADSIDES 

R&I^YwS GUIDE A WARM LOOK AT BIG APPLE 
CORRECTING SOHO ACRONYM 
GIVE— BUT WHERE IT HELPS 

KPflRUG ADDICTS NEEDLES IS BETTER THAN 'JUST SAY NO' 
W ITM5A GREAT PLACETO VISIT, BUT. HEY!, I DON'T WANT... 
A^OLOGISTS^RCHFOR TREASURES BURIED UNDER NEW YORK CITY 
FEWSUBJECTS; CHEATING PUSHN?Y. AIDS DRUG TEST TO FAILURE 

** SK^ffi^ SOUND FIT FOR ORCHESTRA 

NEW YORK POST (NEWSPAPER) 
KENNEDY'S 3 A.M. ATTACK 

NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY 

"URHMPlMbi TO AVOID EXTINCTION 

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 



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S 


IT 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D —DATE— C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 8/14/1988 E 


3 P U H45 


H 


2 1/01/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 1/01/1988 A 


1 N W82 


S 


2 12/28/1988 B 


1 P F 659 


s 


2 12/29/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 12/30/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 12/31/1988 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 12/31/1988 A 


1 N 


CHH 1 12/31/1988 A 


3 N H90 


H 


2 1/01/1988 B 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 1/02/1988 C 


1 N 


S 


2 1/02/1988 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 12/17/1988 A 


11 N 


S 


2 12/27/1988 A 


1 N B53 


S 


2 12/29/1988 D 


3 P I 


H 


2 12/30/1988 D 


2 P F L37 


H 


2 12/31/1988 B 


1 P U C45 


H 


2 12/31/1988 C 


1 N K65 


H 


2 12/31/1988 C 


1 N P41 


CHH 1 12/31/1988 A 


1 N M70 


S 


2 12/31/1988 A 


6 P P S73 


H 


2 1/05/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 12/31/1988 C 


1 N P38 


H 


2 1/15/1988 C 


2 N 


S 


2 3/02/1988 A 


1 N B85 


S 


2 3/17/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 4/13/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 5/31/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 4/19/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 4/21/1988 A 


4 E 



H 2 5/21/1988 A 10 N 



(CARTOON) 



3/30/1988 
4/07/1988 
4/29/1988 
5/12/1988 
8/15/1988 
11/15/1988 
11/23/1988 
12/08/1988 
12/08/1988 B 
12/18/1988 A 



L59 



R56 
P38 



H 2 3/04/1988 D 8 F D10 



H 2 1/19/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 2/27/1988 A 4 H 



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SEE ALSO STOCK MARKET 
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE EXTREME... (CARTOON) 
FIRST UNION ON WALL STREET 

NEW YORK TIMES (NEWSPAPER) 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, U.S. 
JOURNALISTS AT DUKE (WE TIME TO REFLECT 
BURROUGHS WELLCOME IS NOT THE AZT BULLY 
SPEAKER: ISRAEL NEEDS TO LIVE FOR FUTURE 

THE NEW YORK TIMES GUIDE TO SELECTIVE COLLEGES 

UNC ADMISSIONS OFFICIALS STEP UP SEARCH FOR CAROLINA'S BEST, BRIGHTEST 

NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE CO. 

SENIOR CITIZENS OFFERED AUTO INSURANCE DISCOUNTS 

NEW YORK UNIV. 

A DIFFERENT ORANGE COUNTY NATIVE, OLIVA HAS PASSION FOR BASKETBALL 
N.Y. SCHOOL'S CHANCELLOR DROPS UNC CANDIDACY 

NEW YORK YANKEES 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
BODYGUARD NOT ANSWER TO MARTIN'S PROBLEMS 
MARTIN MAY BE BACK 
GETTING THE DIRT ON MARTIN 
'MACPHAIL SAFETY HATS' A DUD AT DAP 
YANKEE DRAMA WON'T END 

THE NEW YORKER (MAGAZINE) 

WILSON COUNTY TOWN, DUKE PROFESSOR TOPICS OF NEW YORKER ARTICLE 

NEW ZEALAND 

FIGHTING OVER THE CUP 

NEWS AND OBSERVER 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH TIMES (NEWSPAPER) 
BALTIMORE MAN TO HEAD HERALD-SUN NEWS STAFFS (CORRECTED 1-28-88) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

CHEWNING REMARKS TAKEN OUT OF CONTEXT-WAHNER 
CAN'T ANYBODY IN RALEIGH PLAY THE GAME RIGHT? 
JAMES L. WHITFIELD, NEWSPAPER EDITOR 
POLICE LOG/NEWSPAPER RACKS STOLEN FROM STORES 
NEWSPAPER WANTS 54 ACRES REZONED 
UNC TO FIGHT PAYING NEWSPAPER (30,000 
HERALD, N&O BUMP HEADS 

HERALD, N&O PLAN SCRAP AT DURHAM ATHLETIC PARK 
HERALD JOINS SUIT OVER COMPUTER CENTER RECORDS 
SUN JOINS SUIT OVER RECORDS 
MARTIN, JORDAN aUDE KNOCKOUT FROM DEBATE 

I'M WAITING TO SEE WHO 'GIL THORP' AND 'JUDGE PARKER' ENDORSE (CARTOON) 
'NMJ' COVERED WITH PERFIDY 
FUNNY-PAGE CENSORSHIP 
TORNADO! A DIARY OF DESTRUCTION. (AD) 
WHO WANTS TO REMINISCE ABOUT HORRORS OF TORNADO? 

NEWS AND OBSERVER, EDITORIALS 
MORE PANIC IN RALEIGH 

NEWS MEDIA 

GARY HART AND THE MEDIA 

'BAD PRESS' PRODUCT OF CONTINUAL CONTROVERSY 

PUBLIC NO LONGER ACCEPTS 'TRUST ME' ATTITUDE 

GILDING THE LILY IS A PRESS FLACK'S JOB 

FORMER REPORTER HELPS EXECUTIVES LEARN HOW TO DEAL WITH NEWS MEDIA 

REGULATORY AGENCIES CAN'T SATISFY MEDIA 

NEWS MEDIA SELL CANDIDATES 'LIKE SOUP,' EXPERT SAYS 

HOOEY DEFEATS HUMAN (CARTOON) 

MEDIA TAKES MEAT OUT OF CAMPAIGN 

IMPROVEMENTS NEEDED IN CAMPAIGN 

NEWS STORIES, 1987, DURHAM 



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



H 2 1/24/1988 D 4 T T R56 
H 2 8/02/1988 A 16 P P 



H 2 3/20/1988 D 1 P F N36 
H 2 9/02/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 9/29/1988 B 3 P N J04 



H 3 4/23/1988 C 1 P N K65 
H 2 4/02/1988 A 11 N 



H 2 3/23/1988 A 1 P B M10 
H 2 4/07/1988 B 1 N K65 



5/16/1988 A 
6/25/1988 A 
7/05/1988 B 
8/17/1988 D 
10/10/1988 A 



4 E 
4 E 
2 U M14 
2 P U F25 
4 E 



H 2 11/12/1988 B 6 N 



H 2 9/09/1988 A 4 E 



CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
S 2 



CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



1/26/1988 

1/28/1988 

2/02/1988 

3/06/1988 

6/10/1988 

6/30/1988 

7/31/1988 

8/02/1988 

9/06/1988 

9/06/1988 

10/26/1988 

10/26/1988 

10/31/1988 

11/04/1988 

11/16/1988 

11/22/1988 

12/11/1988 B 

12/19/1988 A 



1 
2 
7 
5 
4 
10 
13 
3 
5 
5 
1 
1 
7 
4 
4 
4 

13 
4 



N N36 
N 

N J40 
J 

N 
N 

N L90 
N A76 
N A76 
N A54 
N 



TT C50 



H 2 2/22/1988 A 4 



H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 

CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 



1/03/1988 

2/20/1988 

4/06/1988 

4/15/1988 

5/19/1988 

8/30/1988 

10/26/1988 

10/27/1988 

11/09/1988 

11/10/1988 



E 
E 

J Oil 
U H03 
N 
L 

N S17 
T R56 
J Oil 
J Oil 



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GROWTH, EVENTS, FUSSES MARKED DURHAM'S 1987 
WEM? MS& DOWN FROM 1986 

™* SSfi JSfffag'fcc. YEAR 

PINK FLOySTROBERTSON TOP MUSIC-'87 10S 

NEWS STORIES, 1987, U.S. , MB ___ 1 . 

^-S$SM°^fE?SsTUER THAN PLANED 
THE MOVIES OF '87 

** W&ffib DINNER IN mm SPORTS 
LOOKING BACK #m 

DURHAM MURDERS UP IN '88 

NEWS STORIES, 1988, Mfg. 

iSmBING ASBANNER YEAR FOR BIZARRE CRIMES IN STATE 
NEUS STORIES, 1988, U.S. 

SHU? KffrHAT NEVER WAS 

""■PRlBBdlliiaoiin 

^K^I ^RECTOR mUPMDB 

HM3S SMPdREW FRIENDS 
^MHY^THflMPSO^OWBTIME PAPER CARRIER 

SA^TVm^UASA' FRIEND, AS WELL AS NEWSPAPER CARRIER 

h^tSi^T^c^&eigh SLAYING 

CONE HEAD 
NEWSPAPER IN EDUCATION 

^Ria I ^NEW E YEAR WITH NEWSPAPER-ItHOJUCATION (AD) 
RING » THE NEW YEAR WITH NEW^APER-IN-EDUCATION (AD) 
BUSINESSES, SCHOOLS ALREADY PARTNERS 
THE LIVING TEXTBOOK 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

TEACHING FROM ERRORS ^^ 
DINOSAURS TO PROMOTELITERACY 

P^^^TE^^ARTY^CHr^^Ar^ EARLY... (AD) 
PROJECT TO TEACH TEENS PRACTICAL ECONOMICS CLASS 
NEWSPAPER-IN-EDUCATION UED( (AD) 
NEWSPAPER-IN-EDUCATipNt€EK (AD) 
HODGES' ESSAYS BEWILDERING 

bISktSe^^HK TO LEARNING THAN A-B-C (SPECIAL SECTION) 
TOP TEACHER 
DEAR SANTA 



NEWSPAPER RACKS 



NEWSPAPER RACKS „„„„,, 
SEE ALSO DURHAM HERALD CO. 

^ Kffi^S STOLEN FROM STORES 
£H ffi TbrK^S^ RACK M 

1 s^ wrnuiur ^ s 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D —DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 1/01/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 1/03/1988 D 5 T J R56 
H 2 1/10/1988 A 13 D N M51 



1/03/1988 B 
1/15/1988 D 



1/01/1988 A 
1/03/1988 C 
1/07/1988 A 
1/11/1988 A 
1/15/1988 D 



6 N 
8 P R C81 



4 T T R56 
13 N 
4 L 
4 E 
3 P R S66 



S 2 12/27/1988 B 5 P N A76 
S 2 12/27/1988 B 6PP„ 
S 2 12/31/1988 A 1 N B53 



H 2 12/23/1988 B 3 P P 
H 1 12/29/1988 C 3 N 



H 2 12/25/1988 B 3PP 
S 2 12/31/1988 C 1 U M06 

H 2 1/04/1988 A 4 L 



H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 



H 
H 
S 
H 

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



1/22/1988 
2/09/1988 
2/10/1988 
2/10/1988 
2/17/1988 
2/17/1988 
6/16/1988 B 
6/18/1988 C 
11/03/1988 C 



6 
1 
1 

10 
4 
4 
3 
2 
1 



F H45 

N B85 

U H49 
' 

L 

L 

N 

N 
> P T44 



D 
C 
A 
A 
D 
A 
A 
A 



1/10/1988 
1/14/1988 
1/20/1988 
1/21/1988 
2/02/1988 
2/11/1988 
2/12/1988 
2/20/1988 
2/29/1988 B 
3/05/1988 C 
3/07/1988 C 
3/08/1988 B 
3/08/1988 A 
5/26/1988 B 
5/27/1988 D 
5/27/1988 A 
12/20/1988 A 



A 
A 
E 

E 
F 

N S92 
L 

A 
N 
A 
A 
L 
P 
F 
P 
F 



T32 
T32 



CHH 

S 

H 

S 

H 



6/30/1988 A 
7/01/1988 C 
7/02/1988 C 
7/19/1988 B 
7/20/1988 B 



10 
1 
3 
1 
8 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



POLICE LOG/PAPER RACK VANDALIZED 

IN TIE HEMS 

TOW NULLS RESTRICTING NEWS RACKS) CITES LITTER, PEDESTRIANS 

NEWSPAPERS WOULD RATHER DO IT THEMSELVES 

NEWS-RACK RULES ON SHAKY GROUND 

NEWSPAPER RECYCLING 
SEE ALSO RECYCLING 
RECYCLING PROGRAH NEARS AS COUNCIL PANEL OKS CONTRACT 
RECYCLING NEWSPAPERS 

SUN SHARES NEEDS VOLUNTEERS FOR RECYCLING PROGRAH 
DURHAM'S DISCARDS WHERE SUNSHARES, RECYCLING BEGIN 
CITY SHOULD RECYCLE PAPER 

CHAPEL HILL GEARS UP TO HAKE SOMETHING OUT OF TRASH 
CHAPEL HILL PICKS UP ON RECYCLING PLAN (CORRECTION PRINTED 10-29-88) 
CORRECTION 

NEWSPAPERS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA TINES (NEWSPAPER) 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HERALD 

SEE ALSO DURHAM SUN (NEWSPAPER) 

SEE ALSO NORTH CAROLINA INDEPENDENT (NEWSPAPER) 

THREE WOMEN LAUNCH TABLOID FOR PARENTS 

AFTER RIPPING HARBISON, NEWSPAPERS RIPPED OFF 

CAMPAIGN WON'T PAY FOR STOLEN PAPERS 

INDEPENDENT WILL SUE STATE SENATOR OVER STOLEN PAPERS 

NEWSPAPERS, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO GREAT BRITAIN, NEWSPAPERS 
AMERICAN IN MOSCOW 'CAUGHT IN MIDDLE' 

NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
SEE ALSO ASHEVILLE CITIZEN-TIKES (NEWSPAPER) 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, NEWSPAPERS 
SEE ALSO THE CAROLINA INDIAN VOICE (NEWSPAPER) 
SEE ALSO EASTERN N.C. PRESS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO JOURNALISM 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF AFTERNOON NEWSPAPERS 
SEE ALSO N.C. PRESS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. PRESS WOMEN 
SEE ALSO THE REAL ORANGE (NEWSPAPER) 
SEE ALSO REPORTERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, NEWSPAPERS 
SEE ALSO SOUTHERN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO TRIANGLE WOMEN IN COMMUNICATIONS 
SEE ALSO WILMINGTON MORNING STAR (NEWSPAPER) 

LAST-MINUTE DETAILS SLOW NEWSPAPER SALE 

ASSOCIATED PRESS HONORS PAPERS FOR COOPERATION 

TWO MORNING HERALD WRITERS RECEIVE N.C. PRESS AWARDS 

GOVERNOR PRAISES NEWSPAPER EDITORS ON RED TIDE STORY 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

PARK ACQUIRES N.C. NEWSPAPER GROUP 

CHAPEL HILL'S NEW PUBLISHER LEARNED LIFE'S LESSONS EARLY 

THE MEDIA 'PROMOTE RACISM' 

EASTERN PRESS GROUP ELECTS NEW OFFICERS 

DURHAM HERALD PRESIDENT ANNOUNCES NEW EDITION 

EDITOR OF SMALL PAPER RECEIVES FRIENDLY SUPPORT, DEATH THREATS 

OTTOWAY CHAIN BUYING INDEPENDENT IN FUQUAY-VARINA AND HERALD IN APEX 

NEWSPAPER ACCOUNTS PROVIDE COLLECTION OF CURIOSITIES 

CONSERVATISM VS. LIBERALISM 

DURHAM NATIVE CATES, 84; FORMER NEWSPAPER EDITOR 

ASHE NEWSPAPERS MERGE 

IN THE NEWS 

TOWN MULLS RESTRICTING NEWS RACKSj CITES LITTER, PEDESTRIANS 

JOHN P. KELLY, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER 

PAPERS SHOULD INFORM VOTERS 

NEWSPAPERS, N.C, ENDORSEMENTS 

NEWSPAPER ENDORSES GOV. MARTIN, SEN. RAND 



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-DATE — C -PG 



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I T 
L Y 
LP BYL 



CHH 1 8/19/1988 A 


10 N 


CHH 1 10/10/1988 A 


1PPT32 


CHH 1 10/12/1988 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 10/13/1988 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 10/13/1988 A 


4 E 


H 2 4/22/1988 C 


1 NS51 


H 2 6/01/1988 A 


4 L 


H 2 6/08/1988 B 


7 N C44 


H 2 7/09/1988 C 


4 M N C44 


H 2 7/11/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 10/07/1988 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 10/27/1988 A 


1 MN M70 


CHH 1 10/29/1988 A 


2 N 



H 2 4/13/1988 B 1 P F Zll 

H 2 4/25/1988 A 13 N 

H 2 4/26/1988 C 4 N L40 

H 2 4/27/1988 A 1 N L40 



S 2 2/23/1988 B 1 P N B85 



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



1/12/1988 B 
1/22/1988 A 
1/22/1988 
1/22/1988 
1/28/1988 
2/18/1988 
3/03/1988 
3/19/1988 
5/02/1988 
5/08/1988 
6/27/1988 
8/05/1988 B 
8/29/1988 A 
9/01/1988 A 
9/14/1988 B 
10/07/1988 C 
10/10/1988 A 
10/12/1988 A 
11/29/1988 B 
12/16/1988 A 



N 080 

N 
P N 

N 

N 

N 
PN B81 

L 

N 

N 
P N Vll 

N 

U L41 

L 



N 
PPT32 

N N70 



L 



H 2 10/30/1988 B 1 N 



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PAGE1356 
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MARTIN, JORDAN ELUDE KNOCKOUT FROM DEBATE 
CANDIDATES EQUAL, NEWSPAPER SAYS 

NEU 1e F ^s6 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEWSPAPER EDITORS 
SEE ALSO ASSOCIATED PRESS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, NEWSPAPERS 
SEE ALSO EDITORIAL WRITES 
SEE ALSO JOURNALISTIC ETHICS 
SEE ALSO KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWSPAPERS INC. 
SEE ALSO NEW YORK TIMES (NEWSPAPER) 
SEE ALSO OTTAWAY NEWSPAPERS INC. ^ L-—, 
SEE ALSO POLITICS AND THE OVAL OFFICE (REPORT) 
SEE ALSO PULITZER PRIZE 
SEE ALSO REPORTERS, U.S. „ UM __ 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S., NEWSPAPERS 

1 £8 MfeT JOURN*. UCWSPAPER) 

KENNEDY'S 3 A.M. ATTACK 

E. VANCE PEPPER, DANBURY PUBLISHER 

Sir" SS Kd*OF NEWSPAPERS IN BIG CONGLOMERATES 
gffl&ff&B^ 2 UNHS IDEA 

^'ISSSSBOffi?** ELECTTMTICS 
TEST YOURwioW^OWi UNDERSTANDING NEWSPAPERS 

NEWSPAPERS, U.S., ENDORSEMENTS 

OkThOLD YOUR NOSE, BUT YOU MUST CHOOSE 

NEWSWEEK (MAGAZINE) 
cct 4i en MAGAZINES 

'MEGBCRATION' MAY BE TURNING TO OTHERS 
* WTG oVnCMLS SUSPECT DRUGS SMUGGLED INSIDE HORSES 
^°^Rr^NSIDERED IN CATAWBA 

^°S^^'cOUNTY TOWN IS PREPARING FOR CHANGES INTERSTATE 40 WILL BRING 
CDC FINDS HIGH AIDS RATE AMONG MIGRANTS 

•°n3gEB^«H*S GOKRNOR'S AWARD 

NIC SEE^LSO CENTRAL AJCRICA PEACE PLAN 
SEE ALSO CHRISTIC INSTITUTE 
SEE ALSO CONTRAS 
SEE ALSO SANDINISTAS 

SAD DAY FOR DEMOCRACY 

EVENTS MEDIA OVERLOOKED 

COMMUNISM NOT MONOLITHIC 

™jArai A SAR^ BULLY'' SHOW NO QUARTER! (CARTOON) 

"O^^IC^tEGYT:;iS.!?fHAT ORTEGA CANNOT BE TRUSTED. 

REP. VALENTINE COMMENDED 

VALENTINE FOE OF CONTRA AID 

DON'T CUT OFF CONTRAS _„, ^ Ar , 

REAGAN BEGINS SAD, THANKLESS FINAL YEAR 

EERIE DOUiySPEAK ^^^ 

SUPPORT FREEDOM FIGHTERS 

LET'S STICK TO OUR PRINCIPLES 

THE LIBERAL LINE 

STWPING^COmSlST ADVANCE EASILY WORTH A 22-CENT STAh? 
WHAT WOULD KING THINK? 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE— C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 10/31/1988 A 7 N 
H 2 11/07/1988 B 18 N 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

S 



(CARTOON) 



1/19/1988 A 
1/20/1988 B 
1/21/1988 D 
1/23/1988 
4/29/1988 
5/29/1988 
9/06/1988 
11/08/1988 
12/17/1988 



4 
10 
8 
3 
4 
13 
4 
3 
2 



E 

N 

N A54 

E 

N 

L 

U L41 

F 



H 2 11/03/1988 A 4 E 

S 2 1/21/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 1/14/1988 C 8 N 

H 2 3/01/1988 A 14 N 



H 1 5/21/1988 B 1 N 
S 2 9/02/1988 C 2 N 



H 1 3/19/1988 C 1 N 



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



1/04/1988 
1/07/1988 
1/08/1988 
1/08/1988 
1/19/1988 
1/20/1988 
1/21/1988 
1/21/1988 
1/26/1988 
1/28/1988 
1/28/1988 
1/28/1988 
1/29/1988 
1/29/1988 
1/29/1988 
1/30/1988 
2/01/1988 



C50 
R56 



L 

L 

L 

L 

T 

T 

L 

N M06 

E 

E 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 



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NONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



UHOSE SUE IS CONGRESSMAN VALENTINE ON? (AD) 

NO CONTRA AID KEY TO PEACE 

GOAL OF CONTRA AID IS PEACE WITH LIBERTY 

CONGRESS SHOULD RESTRAIN DOGS OF WAR AND GIVE PEACE A CHANCE 

PUBLIC OPPOSES AID 

VALENTINE HAY SUPPORT REBELS' HUMANITARIAN AID 

DISINFORMATION CAMPAIGN 

N.C. DELEGATION SPLITS ON CONTRA AID 

PAYING OFF DEFECTORS SHOULDN'T BE PARTISAN 

SANDINISTA PROPAGANDA 

DON'T PLEAD IGNORANCE 

'HUMANITARIAN' AID A GUISE FOR MORE CONTRA VIOLATIONS 

SOVIET THREAT REAL IN LATIN AMERICA 

TAR HEEL MAN IS KIDNAPPED IN NICARAGUA 

CONTRAS KIDNAP N.C. NATIVE IN RAID ON RURAL COOPERATIVE 

FRIENDS SAY BOREN KNEW OF DANGERS 

TRADING PRINCIPLE FOR POWER 

SOVIETS RENEGED 

MINISTERS TO LEAD VIGIL FOR BOREN 

NICARAGUANS SIGHT ELKIN'S BOREN 

VIGIL 

NICARAGUAN NATIVE INDICTED IN N.C. ARRESTED IN MEXICO 

CONTRAS READY TO FREE BOREN 

CONTRAS FREE N.C. HOSTAGE 

NICARAGUAN REBELS FREE KIDNAPPED N.C. NATIVE 

BOREN'S DAYS IN CAPTIVITY 'MOST TERRIFYING' OF HIS LIFE 

ELKIN NATIVE FEARED FOR FELLOW PRISONER 

BOREN FEARED FOR LIFE OF OTHER CAPTIVE 

BOREN TELLS OF ORDEAL AS CAPTIVE 

WITNESS FOR PEACE OWES THE APOLOGY 

IGNORING CONTRA ABUSES 

U.S. SENDING TROOPS TO HONDURAS; BATTALIONS FROM FORT BRAGG INCLUDED... 

READINESS IS ROUTINE FOR TROOPS AT BRAGG 

WITNESS FOR PEACE DIRECTOR TO SPEAK ON N.C. KIDNAPPING 

FORT BRAGG SENDS 2 BATTALIONS TO HONDURAS TO DETER 'INVASION' 

HONDURAN PLANES BOMB SANDINISTAS 

LET'S HOPE TROOPS WILL BRING STABILITY 

PRESSURE POINTS (CARTOON) 

SANFORD: HONDURAS THREAT EXAGGERATED 

HONDURAN 'EXERCISE' MAY BE POLITICAL PLOY 

BOREN KIDNAPPING HIGHLIGHTS TRUE NATURE OF CONTRA WAR 

LEFT-WING LAWMAKERS ABANDON NICARAGUANS TO COMMUNISM 

BEARING FALSE WITNESS 

I TOLD YOU SO 

SANDINISTAS LEAVE HONDURAS, HALT FIGHTING FOR PEACE TALKS 

MARXIST STATE UNACCEPTABLE 

TROUBLE SPOTS OF CENTRAL AMERICA (CARTOON) 

OUTLAW POLICY OF VIOLENCE 

RICHARD BOREN, A.K.A. BOND 

A DIALOGUE FOR PEACE 

WHY DID THE NICARAGUAN PEACE TALKS SUCCEED? I'LL TELL YOU.,. 

WITNESS FOR PEACE TRUTHFUL 

WITNESSES BASHED UNFAIRLY 

LOVE 'EM AND LEAVE 'EM 

TRICONS WRONG ABOUT WITNESS 

THE 'KIDNAPPED' WITNESS 

GENOCIDE CLAIMS ARE FALSE 

PEACE IN NICARAGUA MAY HAVE A CHANCE 

FROM GUNFIRE TO SONG 

DEMOCRATS HELP COMMUNISTS IN NICARAGUA 

WHY DIDN'T REAGAN PROTEST? 

WFP CHUMMY WITH SANDINISTAS 

WITNESSES ARE 'SMURFS' 

FOOLS NECESSITATE WAR 

TRUE HUMANITARIAN AID WILL COST MORE THAN *48 MILLION 

WHO WILL SPEAK FOR NICARAGUAN CHILDREN? 

NICARAGUAN AND U.S. PEOPLE. NOT GOVERNMENTS, SILENCE THE GUNS 

FORMER N.C. HOSTAGE IN NICARAGUA SPEAKS 

WE DID NOT BRING PEACE 

REAGAN DOCTRINE IS WORKING 



' SUBJECT 




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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


2/02/1988 A 


7 PA 


S 


2 


2/02/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


5 L 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 A 


5 L 


S 


2 


2/04/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


2/05/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


1 


2/05/1988 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 


2/06/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/08/1988 A 


5 L 


H 


2 


2/11/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


2/12/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


2/13/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


3/04/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


3/05/1988 A 


1 PN C80 


H 


2 


3/05/1988 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


3/07/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/07/1988 A 


5 L 


S 


2 


3/07/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


3/08/1988 B 


1 P N C80 


S 


2 


3/09/1988 A 


15 P P M66 


H 


2 


3/10/1988 C 


7 N 


H 


2 


3/10/1988 C 


9 N 


S 


2 


3/10/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


3/11/1988 A 


1 N C30 


H 


2 


3/12/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


3/14/1988 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


3/14/1988 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 


3/15/1988 A 


1 P N C80 


H 


2 


3/15/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/16/1988 A 


4 L 


NCLUDED... H 


2 


3/17/1988 A 


1 M N 


H 


2 


3/17/1988 A 


1 N 


S 


2 


3/17/1988 A 


15 P N 


S 


2 


3/17/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/18/1988 A 


1 M N R57 


H 


2 


3/18/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


3/18/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


S 


2 


3/18/1988 A 


1 N 


S 


2 


3/18/1988 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


3/18/1988 A 


4 L 


s 


2 


3/18/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/21/1988 A 


5 L 


H 


2 


3/21/1988 A 


5 L 


H 


2 


3/22/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/23/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/24/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


3/25/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/26/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/26/1988 A 


4 L 


(CARTOON) H 


2 


3/28/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


3/31/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/31/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/31/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/02/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/04/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/05/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/06/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/06/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/07/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/07/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/15/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/18/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


4/18/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/20/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


4/20/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


4/21/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


4/22/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/23/1988 A 


4 L 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE1358 
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S I T 
N E ELY 

P D —DATE— C -PG L P BYL 



RICHARD BOREN TO TALK IN DURHAM ON MAY 6 
HELMS' WELCOME NO „_ 

PEACE GROUPS BOOST MARXISTS 

NICAff BoKwOY OF 40 TRUCKS IN CITY TODAY 
RESPECT PEACE TREATY 

Bt WLET^TttM CONVOY CROSS INTO MEXICO _ 

INTER5AITH TO PROTEST REAGAN POLKYBT DISTRIBUTING NICARAGUA* COFFEE 

CARROT DIPLOMACY'S COST 

KEMKRs'cf S T*K AITH TASK FORCE GIVE AUAY NICARAGUAN-GROWN COFFEE 

CIA'S PLAN OF VIOLENCE 

u!s. NICARAGUA PpLICYIS VILE 

NICARAGUANS WANT FRIDfflSHIP 

ftggftflZ&SSW* NICARAGUA 
REPORTING OR PROPAGANDA? 

E A J^wfcMAwTCw EYES DON'T LIE - ABOUT NICARAGUA (AD) 
SI ARE YOU? NEIGHBORS AND OUR EYES DON'T LIE - ABOUT NICARAGUA (AD) 
FAILURE IN NICARAGUA „ctoj»c 

swa^^s^ ^e 

D^ I REID^TS P GIVE £ TRUCK TO HELP NICARAGUAN PEOPLE 
CARAVAN COMPASSION IGNORED _.«, 

SMS NIC^ M B™ "" 

^S&SilSS^S«m HOGWASH! 

GIFT MAY AID SANDINISTA REGIME 



NI ^S,^ W NICHOLAS' 



MUSIC OF FAITH 



NICKNAMES 

^NEWTONp FRUIT'S OK, BUT I CAN LIVE WITHOUT THAT NAME 

H1 ^U^^f^f^^S^^ TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARDS 

N1C0T KM> WILL DECLARE NICOTINE ADDICTIVE DRUG 

KOCP REPORT TOCITE SMOKING AS DRUG ADDICTION 
ROTRTSPARKS NEW ANTI-TOBACCO BILL 

S^ F ^ N^'toSSWrS FUMING 

SircKfTES^SN ADSURD 

NICOTINE REPORT MAY INCREASE PRESSURE ON TOBACCO INDUSTRY 

HOW TO END DRUG WARS 

NICOTDC: A THREAT TO THE FETUS 

NIC0T NEW NICOTINE GUM HELPS HEAVY SMOKERS QUIT CIGARETTES 
SUPPORT HELPS SMOKERS QUIT, STUDY SAYS 



OGUGUA 



COUNCIL JOINS OPPOSITION TO DEPORTATION 

SS|S^Sd1S^?»»BE1VIMB BENEFITS NOT DUE 
MS. OGUGUA'S LAWYERS FILE APPEAL 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 



4/24/1988 
4/30/1988 
5/25/1988 
5/25/1988 
5/28/1988 
6/23/1988 
6/23/1988 
6/27/1988 
7/12/1988 
7/18/1988 
7/20/1988 
7/20/1988 .. 
7/26/1988 A 
7/29/1988 A 
8/01/1988 A 
8/26/1988 A 
9/07/1988 B 
9/16/1988 A 
9/29/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/06/1988 
10/23/1988 
11/25/1988 
11/26/1988 
11/29/1988 
12/12/1988 
12/13/1988 
12/18/1988 
12/23/1988 
12/26/1988 
12/26/1988 
12/29/1988 



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



16 
4 
4 
4 
7 
4 
4 
4 
2 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
1 
2 
4 
4 
15 
8 
4 
13 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 



N 
E 
L 
L 
N 
L 
L 
L 

N M25 
E 
L 
P P L3B 
L 

L 

L 
P N M06 
P N J04 

L 

L 
P A 
P A 

E 

N 

L 

L 

L 

L 

N H90 

L 

L 

U 

L 



H 2 3/11/1988 D 4 R D10 



H 


2 4/17/1988 B 


1 U N36 


H 


2 4/16/1988 D 


6 P N 


H 


2 5/02/1988 A 


11 N 


H 


2 5/16/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 5/17/1988 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 5/17/1988 A 


4 T T 


s 


2 5/17/1988 B 


11 M .«„ 


S 


2 5/18/1988 A 


1 P N H02 


H 


2 5/19/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 5/21/1988 B 


1 U T30 


H 


2 5/22/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 5/26/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 10/10/1988 A 


1 D N C60 



S 2 1/07/1988 A 11 N 
H 2 5/20/1988 A 7 N 



H 
H 
H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



2/12/1988 B 
2/13/1988 C 
2/15/1988 A 
2/15/1988 B 
2/16/1988 B 
2/17/1988 B 
2/18/1988 B 
2/25/1988 A 
3/04/1988 C 



N S51 
N 

' N T33 

N 

N 

N S82 
> N S82 

N 



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S I T 
N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



NIGERIAN MOTHER FACING DEPORTATION IS A STEP CLOSER TO STAYING IN U.S. H 2 
NIGERIAN MOTHER FACING DEPORTATION IS A STEP CLOSER TO STAYING IN U.S. H 2 
RECORDS SHOW MRS. OGUGUA HARRIED THREE TIMES H 2 

NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS (POEH) 

'TWAS THE STORY OF SANTA; UNC SHOWS OFF THE HISTORY OF A FAMOUS POEM 

NIGHTCLUBS 

SEE ALSO PRIVATE CLUBS 
LAWSUIT ACCUSES NIGHTCLUB OWNER OF DISCRIMINATION 
CLUB PLANS BIRTHDAY TUNE-UP 
BLAZE DAMAGES NIGHT CLUB IN WAKE 
CAUSE OF NIGHTCLUB FIRE INVESTIGATED 
DON'T GO INTO THIS NIGHTSPOT LOOKING FOR A TALL, COOL ONE 
PROSECUTOR SUES CHARLOTTE LOUNGES 

GOOD, CLEAN FUN; TWO AREA CLUBS OFFER ALCOHOL-FREE NIGHTS ON THE TOWN... 
GOOD, CLEAN FUN; CHAPEL HILL AND DURHAM GET A TASTE OF THE DRY NIGHTLIFE H 

NIGHTHAWKS (MUSIC GROUP) 

AT FULL STRENGTH AGAIN, THE NIGHTHAWKS ARE FLYING 
NEW ARRIVALS KEEP THE NIGHTHAWKS FLYING 



3/19/1988 A 1 N 046 
3/19/1988 A 1 N SB2 
5/02/1988 A 1 N S82 



NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (FILM) 

DR. JOHN, LITTLE CHARLIE AMONG BLUES FEST ACTS 
JUDGE HEARS 'NIGHTMARE' TALE DURING ASSAULT TRIAL 
FASHIONS PART OF CIVIL WAR WEEKEND 

NIGHTMARES 

SEE ALSO SLEEP 
VA HOPES TO HELP VETERANS THROUGH NIGHTMARES 

NIGHTNOISE (BAND) 

NIGHTNOISE MEANS ACOUSTIC THAT'S GROWN 

NIKE SHOE CO. 

NIKE SECURES CHINA CONNECTION 

NINA'S SCHOOL OF DANCE 

SNOW WHITE (AD) 
STUDENTS REHEARSE FOR A NINA'S SCHOOL OF DANCE PRESENTATION 



(AD) 



900 (TELEPHONE NUMBERS) 

COSTLY EAVESDROPPING CALLS GIVES PARENTS A PHONEPHOBIA 

ALL PHONE USERS COULD PAY COSTS FOR BLOCKING '976' SERVICE CALLS 

MAGAZINE GIVES INSIGHT INTO MISLEADING CALL-IN POLLS 

911 

SEE EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (911) 

976 TELEPHONE SERVICES 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, N.C. 
976 TELEPHONE SERVICE COST CRITICIZED 

NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT (U.S.) 

SEE ALSO CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS (N.C. AND U.S.) 
STATE CONGRESSIONAL RACES GETTING NATIONAL INTEREST 
MCMILLAN RE-ELECTED IN 9TH DISTRICT 

NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO 14TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 
RUNOFF TO BE HELD TUESDAY FOR DISTRICT COURT JUDGESHIP 
ONE STATEWIDE RACE ON BALLOT 
VANCE NATIVE BECOMES DISTRICT COURT JUDGE 

NINTH STATE SENATE DISTRICT 

SEVERAL VETERAN LEGISLATORS HANDILY DEFEAT CHALLENGERS 
MOST LEGISLATORS WIN PRIMARIES 

NINTH STREET 

PLAN EXTENDS NINTH ST. SPRUCE-UP 



CHH 1 12/16/1988 A 


1 P N S17 


H 2 3/31/1988 A 
H 2 4/15/1988 D 
H 1 4/22/1988 C 
H 1 6/16/1988 B 
CHH 1 6/18/1988 A 
H 2 9/30/1988 C 
H 2 11/18/1988 D 
H 2 11/18/1988 D 


17 N 
24 N U66 

1 N 

3 N 

1 P N M25 

3 N 

1 P P T32 
12 P F M60 


H 
H 


2 10/14/1988 D 
2 10/21/1988 D 


10 P F L37 
3 R L37 



H 2 8/16/1988 A 11 U W66 
S 2 8/18/1988 A 13 N 
H 2 10/11/1988 A 15 P U W66 



H 2 9/11/1988 A 1 N C60 
H 2 11/11/1988 D 3 P F W66 
H 2 3/17/1988 A 11 P N W27 



H 2 5/06/1988 A 7 P A 
H 2 5/20/1988 D 23 P A 



H 2 1/24/1988 B 6 N 
H 1 4/06/1988 C 2 N 
S 2 11/07/1988 A 10 J Oil 



H 2 3/26/1988 B 3 N 



S 2 10/28/1988 A 7 N 
H 2 11/09/1988 B 3 N 



H 1 5/28/1988 C 1 N 
H 2 5/31/1988 B 1 N 
H 1 12/10/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 5/04/1988 D 5 N 
H 2 5/05/1988 A 16 N 



S 2 1/16/1988 B 1 N H70 



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MORE, BIGGER STORES COMING 

TEN A HOT U BWDS SOUND OFF IN TRIANGLE SHOWCASE 

FREE SCENE ON NINTH STREET __ „ m _ A _ ,„.__ cmia 

UEWINGS, MASKS, STATUES WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT 'NIGHT SCENE' 

NINTH STREET'S 'SCENE' ISTONIGHT 

WORLD-FLAVORED NINTH STREET WOWS 'EM 

I crtc PARTY! 

NINTH STREET'S ENO TRADERS HAS OUTDOORS EQUIPMENT 

BANK 1 D^icX^yKfERwlN SQUARE NO DOWNTOWN... (CORRECTED 7-19- 

rank OFFICIAL MAYOR SAY ERWIN SQUARE NO DOWNTOWN THREAT 

S CTREET k^NESS COMMWITY CALLS ^SQUARE MIXED BLESSING 

ERWIN SQUARE NEIGHBORS DREAD TRAFFIC CONGESTION 1MMMBB 

OTY ffTREES FALLING VICTIM TO DEVELOPERS' FALSE PROMISES 

WHAT'S HAPPENING TO DURHAM? 

NINTH STREET TICKETS UNFAIR 

NINTH STREET'S SELF-DEFEAT 

S^wSSJSSf^&fWlKn with mixed DEvaoPMENT 

DURHAM GROUPS SEEK CUTS IN ERWIN SQUARE PROJECT 
HAMNER DOESN'T GRASP SYSTEM 

NI ^GOOT E W0ODfA ? L0OK AT ACOUSTIC MUSIC CLUBS IN DURHAM & CHAPEL HILL 
RAKFRY BINGE 

NINTH STREET BAKERY CHANGING CAMPUS 
BAKERY WILL HOLD REGISTRATION DRIVE 

NINTH STREET POST OFFICE 

1 SS SSS ^ SSI ^ DURHAM STATION 
ffiES^Hlf 9TH ST. MAILBOXES; «k$OOREWARD OFFERED FOR TIPS 
S^F^SSI^T^&mm OF POSTAL SERVICES 
NINTH STREET AREA NEEDS POSTAL BRANCH 



88) 



(KANGAROO DR.) 



1911 



1918 



COPING WITH 1911 HEAT, WATTS FAMILY GOT OUT OF TOWN 

1918 CLASS GATHERS TO ENJOY MEMORIES 
4 GRADUATES ATTEND 70TH CLASS REUNION 



N 


E 


P 


D 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 



^JMfcl ON STAGE TONIGHT 

»1940S RADIO HOUR* AMUSES BUT LOSES PERIOD, PLOT 

1950'S MEATEST per. m 1957 unc PREVAILED OVER KANSAS^.. 
^VIOLENCE STILL LESS THANIN 'SOS, DUKE RESEARCHERS SAY 

1960 'S 

i»T^^V*K ™ILS ** AT... (ORATED 4-2-88, 
KING'S VISITS TO DURHAM REFLECTED NATIONAL EVOLUTION OF THE DREAM 
ANGER BURNS IN DURHAM! A KING'S DEATH BREEDS REBELLION IN APRIL, 1968 

Sffifftf SHglS^iiSlSnig: SIXTIES AHKSIA! (CARTOON, 
BIG STORIES OF 1988 (CARTOON, 

on ViOunnia sc^mp 

PACKINGUP HOLIDAYS, AND GETTING ON WITH 1988 
NINETEENTH STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 



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S I T 
E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



2/01/1988 A 
2/04/1988 A 
4/26/1988 C 
5/05/1988 D 
5/12/1988 D 
5/13/1988 D 
5/14/1988 A 
5/14/1988 B 
6/07/1988 D 
7/11/1988 A 
7/15/1988 C 
7/15/1988 C 
7/17/1988 B 
7/19/1988 A 
7/28/1988 
7/29/1988 
8/01/1988 
8/15/1988 
8/16/1988 
8/28/1988 
10/04/1988 
10/11/1988 



1 
1 
3 

10 

11 
2 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
6 
1 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
1 
4 



Q Zll 
P T32 
U W66 
N 
N 
N 

N D22 
P T32 
N A76 
N H70 
N C60 
N S51 
N C47 
N U82 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
J 

N H70 
L 



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

H 2 6/17/1988 D 23 R D77 

H 2 7/31/1988 F 1 P N D22 

S 2 9/28/1988 A 11 N 



2/04/1988 A 
7/13/1988 C 
12/21/1988 A 
12/22/1988 C 
12/24/1988 A 



1 P P T32 
1 N B53 
1 P N M06 
5 N 
4 E 



H 2 6/26/1988 A 11 U L57 



2 5/29/1988 C 
2 5/30/1988 A 



1 P N P38 
3 N 



1 2/12/1988 B 1 jj 

2 11/18/1988 D 5 R W66 



4/03/1988 C 
7/02/1988 C 



3 P N 
3 N D80 



S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
CHH 1 



3/24/1988 
3/31/1988 
4/03/1988 
4/03/1988 
7/10/1988 
10/04/1988 
10/29/1988 B 
11/13/1988 A 



A 
D 
A 
A 

D 
A 



F 659 
N M76 
N N36 
N M51 
F C19 
T R56 
U 
NL90 



1988 



H 2 1/01/1988 A 4 T T R5g 

S 2 1/01/1988 A 1 N W82 

H 2 1/07/1988 A 16 N 

H 2 1/10/1988 B 1 U L57 



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12,-31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SIX TRIANGLE LEGISLATORS FACE NO OPPOSITION 

IS TRIANGLE LEGISLATORS STAND TO LOSE THEIR SEATS 

NINJA 

SEE ALSO MARTIAL ARTS 
SOLDIER RECEIVES LIFE SENTENCE 

OFFICERS SAY ESCAPEE STILL ON RUN MAY HAVE LEFT CUMBERLAND COUNTY 
PSYCHIATRIST TESTIFIES KILLINGS PART OF GAME 

NINTENDO (GAME) 
SEE ALSO GAMES 
TOY TIME! BIKES, BARBIE HANG ON DESPITE CHALLENGE FROM NINTENDO 

NIPPON TELEGRAPH & TELEPHONE CO. 
SEE ALSO JAPAN 
HEAD OF NIPPON TELEPHONE TO SPEAK AT DUKE THURSDAY 

NITROGEN 

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

NITROGEN OXIDE 

AIR POLLUTION CONTROLS MAY BE EXPANDED 

NO EXIT (PLAY) 

MIRROR'S 'NO EXIT': A DO-IT-YOURSELFER HELL 

NO-NET-COST TOBACCO PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO 
TOBACCO FARMERS ARE OPTIMISTIC ON QUOTA, FEES 
NICOTINE REPORT MAY INCREASE PRESSURE ON TOBACCO INDUSTRY 

NOAH'S ARK 

ARCHAEOLOGISTS UNEARTH CLUES TO DAILY LIFE IN BIBLICAL TIMES 

NOBEL PEACE PRIZE 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
N.C. NATIVE NOMINATED FOR NOBEL PEACE PRIZE 
N.C. NATIVE NOMINATED FOR NOBEL PRIZE 
PEACEKEEPING FORCES FITTING NOBEL WINNERS 

NOBEL PRIZE FOR CHEMISTRY 

NOBEL WINNER TO LECTURE AT DUKE 

NOBEL PRIZE FOR ECONOMICS 
SEE ALSO ECONOMISTS 
NOBEL RECIPIENT TO GIVE NATURAL SCIENCE LECTURE AT UNC 

NOBEL PRIZE FOR MEDICINE 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 
TRIANGLE PAIR RECEIVES NOBEL AWARDS 
TRIANGLE SCIENTISTS LAUD THEIR NOBEL PRIZE TEAM 
WAR, DEDICATION TURN HER WORLD AROUND 
NOBEL CROWNS CAREERS OF TRIANGLE SCIENTISTS 
NOBEL WINNERS IN THE RUNNING FOR YEARS, PROFESSOR SAYS 
NOBEL ALSO HONORS RTP, UNIVERSITY 
NOBEL FITTING HONOR FOR TRIANGLE SCIENTISTS 
NOBEL WINNERS SURPRISED, AS PLANNED 
UNC SEEKS CHANCE AT MORE NOBEL PRIZES 
WELLCOME WINNERS' METHOD WAS REM. PRIZE 
NOBEL WINNER TO DONATE PRIZE TO DURHAM CHARITY 
NOBEL LAUREATE TO DONATE MONEY TO CHARITY 
HITCHINGS' GIFT WILL BOOST TRIANGLE LIVING 
SERVING WITH MIND, HEART 

DR. HITCHINGS SAYS RED TAPE HAS COST THOUSANDS OF LIVES 
NOBEL WINNERS HAVE LONG-TERM RELATIONSHIP 
TWO FROM TRIANGLE ACCEPT NOBEL AWARDS 

NOBEL PRIZE FOR PHYSICS 
SEE ALSO PHYSICS 
A GREAT AMERICAN 



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E L Y 
—DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

2/02/1988 B 1 N 046 
5/01/1988 A 8 N 046 



2 5/19/1988 A 20 N 
1 6/21/1988 B 1 N 
1 11/10/1988 C 8 N 



H 2 12/22/1988 B 1 P F Zll 

H 2 3/23/1988 B 7 N 

H 2 4/26/1988 C 2 N 

H 2 5/22/1988 B 1 N 

H 2 5/13/1988 D 11 R P10 



H 2 2/27/1988 B 8 N 
H 2 5/22/1988 B 3 N 



S 2 1/14/1988 D 2 P N 



S 2 1/07/1988 A 1 N 
H 2 1/08/1988 A 10 N 
S 2 10/03/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 3/17/1988 B 3 P N D80 



H 2 1/22/1988 B 9 P N U80 



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



10/17/1988 A 
10/18/1988 A 
10/18/1988 A 
10/18/1988 A 
10/18/1988 A 
10/18/1988 A 
10/18/1988 A 
10/20/1988 C 
10/21/1988 A 
10/24/1988 A 
10/27/1988 A 
10/27/1988 C 
10/29/1988 A 
10/30/1988 D 
11/05/1988 A 
11/24/1988 A 
12/11/1988 B 



N M06 
N C60 
N K65 
E 

N S17 
E 
E 

N C60 
N L90 
N C60 
N K65 
N B53 
E 
E 
N 
N 
P 



H 2 1/21/1988 A 4 L 



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S 1 T 
E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



NOBEL WINNER TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

NOBEL PRIZES (GENERAL HEADING) ^^ TM 

UNC FORUM DECRIES 'PUBLISH-PERISH' SYSTEM 

NOBa PRIZES, N.C. WINNERS _ 
TRIANGLE PAIR RECEIVES NOBa AWARDS 
TRIANGLE SCIENTISTS LAUD THEIR NOBa PRIZE TEAM 
UArTdQICATION TURN HER WORLD AROJND 

NOBEL WOWNS CAREERS OF TRIANGLE SCIENTISTS 

NOBa WINNERS INTTHE RUNNING FOR YEARS, PROFESSOR SAYS 
NOBa ALSO HONORS RTP, UNIVERSITY 

Mimink, 

WaLCOME WINNERS' METHOD WAS REAL PRIZE 

BEFffigST iS^mx TO WW*™*™ 

NOBa LAUREATE TO DONATE MONEY TO CHARITY^ 
HITOflNK-GIFT BLL BOOST TRIANGLE LIVING 

KncK H SAYS ^TAPE *AS COST THOUSANDS OF LIVES 
NOBEL WINNERS HAVE LONG-TERM RELATIONSHIP 

« TR^L^ACCEPT NOBa AWARDS 
^^HOLLYWOO^TAKES TO RELAXED PACE OF TAR HEa MOVIEMAKING 



2 1/29/1988 B 8 N 



CHH 1 10/19/1988 A 1 N S17 



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2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 


1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


0+ 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



10/17/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/18/1988 
10/19/1988 
10/20/1988 
10/21/1988 
10/24/1988 
10/26/1988 
10/27/1988 
10/27/1988 
10/29/1988 
10/30/1988 
11/05/1988 
11/24/1988 
12/06/1988 



12/11/1988 B 



N M06 
N C60 
N K65 
E 

N S17 
E 
E 

T R56 
N C60 
N L90 
N C60 
L 

N K65 
N B53 
E 
E 
N 
N 
N 
P 



H 2 2/10/1988 B 1 N 



THE MOID „ _ 

SEE ALSO DOMINO'S PIZZA INC. 

BIRTH OF THE NOID TOOK TWO YEARS 

NOISE POLLUTION __ 
SEE ALSO POLLUTION 

«ST U <51 SILENCE 

RESIDENTS MMPLAIN OF NOISE FROM AW TRAFFIC 

fflfSlSg Lf^SFSr ^^LAINTS MOUTH*** HOISE 
RACKETRAISED AS CONMSSIffCRS DISCUSS COUNTY NOISE ORDINANCE 
IcWRADAR TO THIN AIR TRAFFIC SUGHTLY OVER NORRISVILLE 
AIRPORT AUTHORITY RE-ELECTS OFFICERS 
^I^ORDINANCE RAISES HILLSBOROUGH RUCKUS 
RDU PLANS CONCERN RESIDENTS 

B^T^^^^T^ NOISE ORDINANCE 
NOISE RULE WOLD LIMIT BIG PARTIES TO CAMPUS 
DURHAM'S RaiGIOUS PEDDLERS ,™,„ w . 

TOUNCOUNCIL PUTS OFF VOTE ON SKATEBOARDS /rAETrvllJ , 
T^OITRE IN AHEAP OF TROUBLE, BOY... (CARTOON) 

PARKS HEAD LEERY OF WOODEN RAMP 
STRAY DOGS CAUSE PROBLEM 
RAMP'S NEIGHBORS HAVE RIGHTS, TOO 

NOISED POLLUTION FROM WIDER 1-85 WORRY RESIDENTS 

OTAMCALGARDEN SEEKS BUFFER FOR TRAFFIC NOISE 

POLICE LOG/NOIS: A COWNCOMPLAINT FRIDAY 

POLICE LOG/NOISE COMPLAINTS KEEP %*££*£! 

POLICE LOG/POLICE ASK FRATERNITY TO 1 TURN IT DOWN TWICE 

RDU BOARD AIMS TO IMPROVE WISE ^S^™™ 1 ™**™ 

POLICE LOG/MANAGER CALLS POLICE TO QUIET PARTYGOERS 

POLICE LOG/POLICE SHUT DOWN NOISY FRAT PARTIES 

POLICE LOG/POLICE INVESTIGATE FRAT NOISE COMPLAINT 

AIRPORT TOOLARGE, LOUD CLAIM CITIZENS AT HEARING ON GROWTH 



H 1 3/18/1988 C 3 N 



H 2 


H 2 


S 2 


H 3 


H 2 


S 2 


H 3 


S 2 


H 2 


H 2 


H 2 


H 2 


H 2 


H 2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 2 


CHH 1 


H 2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


S 2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


S 2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 2 



1/27/1988 C 
1/28/1988 B 
1/28/1988 A 
2/02/1988 B 
3/19/1988 C 
4/06/1988 C 
4/12/1988 B 
4/13/1988 A 
4/20/1988 C 
5/09/1988 B 
5/12/1988 A 
5/28/1988 A 
5/31/1988 B 
5/31/1988 A 
6/14/1988 A 
6/15/1988 A 
6/17/1988 A 
6/20/1988 A 
6/22/1988 A 
8/17/1988 B 
8/29/1988 A 
9/01/1988 
9/15/1988 
9/16/1988 
9/17/1988 
9/18/1988 
10/03/1988 
10/07/1988 
10/13/1988 
10/31/1988 
11/05/1988 
11/13/1988 
11/16/1988 



1 

1 
14 

1 

3 

1 I 

1 

1 I 

9 

1 I 

4 
11 

1 

4 

1 

4 

1 

4 

4 

4 

3 
10 
10 
1 
2 
3 
3 

11 
1 
3 
3 
3 
8 



N M97 

N M97 

N W82 

N BIO 

N P41 

N 

N BIO 

N W82 

N 

N Vll 

L 

N 

N 

L 

N 
' T 

N 

L 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N 
» N H65 

N M70 

N 

N 

N 
P N 

N 

N 

H 

H 



M70 

M70 
C50 
M70 



H70 



P41 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SOUNDING OFF: RATTLED RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES WANT TO SILENCE RDU NOISE 

POLICE LOG/POLICE SHUT DOWN NOISY FRAT PARTY 

POLICE LOG/POLICE SOLVE MYSTERY: 'GUN' WAS NOISY PLANT 

SOKE N.C. HALLS SILENCE BELL-RINGERS 

SILENCE DOESN'T STOP CAUSE 

NOLICHUCKY RIVER 

RAPID TRANSIT; WRITER ON THE ROCKS PONDERS RIVER'S MAGIC 

NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 
SEE ALSO SOFT DRINKS 

CAMPUSES CONCOCT 'HOCKTAIL' CONTEST 

ONE DRINKING CONTEST IS WORTHWHILE EFFORT 

AREA COLLEGES' MOCKTAILS CHALLENGE HOLIDAY SPIRITS 

'MOCKTAIL' CONTEST HAS MANY WINNERS 

NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUGS 
SEE DRUGS 
SEE OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS 

NOONTIME CONCERTS 

SEE DOWNTOWN LUNCH CONCERT SERIES 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
SEE ALSO VIRGINIA 
NORFOLK'S CHRYSLER GETS HOME FIT FOR ITS ART 
3 SAILORS LOST, 22 INJURED, AS DAMAGED SUB REMAINS AFLOAT 
STRODE BOYS YELL SCRIPTURE IN NORFOLK 

NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY CO. 

CITY WANTS TO CONVERT DURHAM RAILS TO TRAILS 

NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILWAY 

NORFOLK SOUTHERN PLANNING TO DROP 326 MILES OF TRACK 

TRACK ABANDONMENT REQUIRES ATTENTION 

GOVERNOR TRYING TO KEEP RAIL LINE OPEN 

CITY WANTS RAILROAD LINE FOR HIKING TRAIL 

INSIDER TRADING 

INSIDER TRADING 

CITY WANTS TO CONVERT DURHAM RAILS TO TRAILS 

RAILROAD PANEL ON PASSENGER SERVICE MEETS WITH GOVERNOR 

AMTRAK ROUTE CHANGE RUNS INTO A SNAG 

CHARLOTTE WILL ASK FORJfLP TO GET COMMUTER TRAINS 

BIKE, JOGGING ROUTE DESERVES GOOD LOOK 

INSIDER TRADING 

CITY AIMS FOR RAIL LINE 

INSIDER TRADING 

ABANDONED LINE SHOULD BECOME RAIL TRAIL 

TRAIN RUNNING AGAIN ON SCENIC RAILROAD 

THAT'S A SWITCH ... 

NORFOLK STATE UNIV. 

WITH BROKEN JAW, PLEDGE SPEAKS OUT AGAINST HAZING 

NORFOLK STATE UNIV. SPORTS. BASKETBALL 

MATHEMATICALLY SPEAKING. GOLDEN BULLS WERE SUBTRACTED 

BENNETT IGNITES 'HOT' EAGLES 

OFFICIAL BOOK ROBS J.C. SMITH OF UPSET 

NORFOLK PRESSES NCCU OUT OF CIAA TOURNAMENT 

EAGLES FALL SHORT 

CIAA TOURNEY: EAGLE LEGENDS RECALL GLORY 

VA. STATE HANDLES TRAP, CLAIMS CIAA TITLE 

EAGLES ROLL BY NORFOLK ST. 

NCCU DEFENSE DOMINATES SPARTANS 

NORFOLK STATE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
N.C. CENTRAL AT NORFOLK ST. 
EAGLE DEFENSE COMES THROUGH WITH VICTORY 
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H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 



11/27/1988 A 
12/04/1988 A 
12/06/1988 A 
12/16/1988 A 
12/17/1988 A 



1 P N P41 
9 N 

3 N 
1 N 

4 E 



H 2 3/27/1988 E 1 P F Zll 



H 2 11/04/1988 C 12 N K65 

S 2 11/08/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 12/03/1988 A 1 P N K65 

S 2 12/06/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 2/26/1988 D 7 P F C19 
H 1 4/26/1988 A 1 M N 
H 2 7/09/1988 A 9 N 



S 2 7/11/1988 A 1 N H70 



H 


2 4/12/1988 B 


18 


N 


H 


2 4/16/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 4/21/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 7/02/1988 C 


1 


N M02 


H 


2 7/03/1988 D 


10 


N 


H 


2 7/10/1988 D 


12 


N 


S 


2 7/11/1988 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 7/14/1988 A 


15 P N M02 


H 


2 7/15/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 7/15/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 7/15/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 7/17/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 7/19/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 8/07/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 8/24/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


1 10/03/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 11/18/1988 C 


1 P P S76 



H 2 4/18/1988 C 5 N 



H 


2 


2/26/1988 B 


1 N C68 


S 


2 


2/26/1988 B 


1 P N P52 


S 


2 


2/26/1988 B 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


2/27/198B B 


1 P N C68 


S 


2 


2/27/1988 B 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


2/28/1988 C 


3 P N C68 


H 


2 


2/28/1988 C 


3 N C68 


H 


2 12/07/1988 D 


1 P N P75 


S 


2 12/07/1988 D 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


9/17/1988 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/18/1988 C 


1 N P75 


H 


2 


9/19/1988 D 


1 N P75 



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^tVcWd IN SECOND SCHOOL "RE 

NORLINA FIRE DEPARTMENT WINS COMPETITION 

^ WnKDa3 ( T>€ATER STAGES AKS BENEFIT 
WARMTH HELPS VIEWER THROUGH ANGRY 'HEART' 
'NORMAL HEART' POWERFUL DRAMA 

M^MO^l! 8S&T GROUP 

™l£3Fa%8Rm «,000 FOR HOSPICE 
NORPLANT (CONTRACEPTIVE) 

^IR^cSL?°SCIENnSTS EXPERIMENTING WITH NEW NEMOS.., 

W "bEST PLACE FOR COMPANIES? REPORT TAPS T>€ NORTHEAST 

NORTH AND SOUTH AMATEUR GOLF TOURNAMENT (MEN'S) 

SEE ALSO GOLF 
ANDREWS WINS N-S 
NORTH-SOUTH DEFENDING CHAMP WINS 
FANFARE/NORTH-SOUTH GOLF 
FANFARE/LOCAL GOLFERS AWANCE 
ROSE, HOCH, WADKINS ALL TIED FOR LEAD 
GRISETTE WINS NORTH AND SOUTH 

NORTH AND SOUTH AMATEUR GOLF TOURNAMENT (WOMEN'S) 

SEE ALSO GOLF 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, SPORTS 
FANFARE/NORTH AND SOUTH GOLF 



NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION 

i^lSSr'^i PRESIDENT'S INBED AT5P.M., 
BRISK GREETINGS SET PACE FOR BRUSSELS TETE-A-TETE 
REABW ESCAPES INJURY IN NATO BATTLE OF WORDS 
COVERING THE PRESIDENT OFFERS SECOND-HAND NOB 
NATO OFFICERS TOUT ALLIANCE'S FLEXIBLE RESPONSE 
TROOPS 'REARING TO GO' 



2 1/09/1988 C 5 N 
1 9/16/1988 C 1 N H60 



N.C. 



CAROLINAS SEEK NFL FRANCHISE 



N,C,, MOKFAWERS , «]S?REEORD-KEEPIHG SYSTEM BEING PROVIDED BY N.C. STATE 

N.C, AIRPLANES _, tmm 

SEE N.C, STATE AIRPLANES 

N.C, BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 
SEE ALSO LICENSING BOARDS 

SE ^NO £ L^^DISTOBUTING LISTS OF BOARD, COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS 

N.C, BOND ISSUES 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY BOND ISSUE 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, BOND ISSUE 

S ^DORhRsT N WESTERN MOTEL AT TRAVELER'S WANTING STUDIO-SUITES 
SO* COUNTIES AND TOWNS HA* REFERENOJHS TODAY 
SURPLUSTAXES GIVE MORRISVILLE BREAK ON BONDS 

S^S^^JSZSRIlMI II BILLION IN BONDS 
N.C, BOOKS 



H 
IT MUST BE BELGIUM H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



4/21/1988 D 
4/29/1988 D 
5/05/1988 D 
6/15/1988 C 
7/08/1988 C 



5 N 
9 R L59 
4 P R B71 
4 N 
1 N 



H 2 1/07/1988 C 6 N 



H 2 7/12/1988 B 8 P N W29 



H 2 4/13/1988 A 10 P N 



5/14/1988 B 
5/18/1988 D 
5/19/1988 D 
5/20/1988 B 
5/21/1988 B 
5/22/1988 C 



H 2 5/11/1988 B 5 N 



1/19/1988 A 
3/02/1988 A 
3/03/1988 A 
3/04/1988 A 
3/13/1988 B 
4/03/1988 D 
4/03/1988 D 



E 

U K49 
U H49 
U H49 
U H49 
N G09 
N G09 






2 7/27/1988 B 4 N 
2 11/03/1988 A 14 N 

2 5/20/1988 C 1 N 046 



2/07/1988 B 
3/08/1988 A 
4/27/1988 C 
5/13/1988 B 
9/14/1988 B 



7 P U L41 
14 N 

1 N P41 
5 N 

8 P N 



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SEE BOOKS, N.C. 

N.C, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO N.C, ESCHEAT FUND 

SEE ALSO N.C, REVENUES 

SEE ALSO N.C ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C DIVISION OF PURCHASE AND CONTRACT 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE AUDITORS OFFICE 

SEE ALSO USER FEES 

STATE OFFICES* MAINTENANCE COSTS OF $17.6 MILLION FLOOR LEGISLATORS H 2 1/22/1988 A 

$18 MILLION FIX-IT HAN S 2 1/30/1988 A 

DIRECTOR SAYS STATE PARK SYSTEM •PRETTY DEPRESSING' H 2 2/07/1988 B 

SERVICES, TECHNOLOGY, DRUG COST SPUR HIGHER MEDICAID SPENDING S 2 3/16/1988 A 

OPEN BUDGET MEETIN6S TRICKY STATE ISSUE S 2 3/51/1988 

IT'S TIME FOR MARTIN TO FIT CAMPAIGN PROMISES IN BUDGET H 2 4/25/1988 

GARDNER BACKS ZERO-BASED BUDGET H 2 4/29/1988 

GARDNER.' AGENCIES SHOULD JUSTIFY FUNDING S 2 4/29/1988 

MARTIN'S BUDGET PROPOSAL INCLUDES 4.5X PAY RAISE H 2 5/06/1988 

LEGISLATORS TO STUDY BEP FUNDING S 2 5/10/1988 

ROYALL, GOVERNOR EXCHANGE NASTY NOTES ON BUDGET WORK H 2 5/11/1988 B 

'TAG TEAM' VOTING WOULD LIMIT VOTERS' POWER, OPTIONS S 2 5/11/1988 A 

ROYALL-MARTIN SPAT TYPICAL PARTY FUSS H 2 5/13/1988 A 

ROYALL PREDICTS MARTIN BUDGET FACING TROUBLE H 2 5/13/1988 C 

DEMOCRATS SAY MARTIN'S BUDGET PLAN CONTAINS DEFICIT H 2 5/14/1988 A 

LAWMAKERS DON'T DESERVE BIG PAY HIKE S 2 5/14/1988 A 

LEGISLATORS: PLAN WOULDN'T GIVE UNIFORM 4.5X RAISE H 2 5/17/1988 B 

MARTIN REVISES UNC BUDGET PROPOSAL H 2 5/18/1988 C 

ANALYSTS DISPUTE MARTIN'S FIGURES ON TAX REVENUE H 2 5/23/1988 B 

INVENTORY TAX FORMULA HAS OFFICIALS SEEING RED H 2 5/23/1988 C 

NCAE ASKS FOR 12 PERCENT PAY RAISE NEXT YEAR H 2 5/24/1988 B 

MARTIN'S BUDGET PLAN CONTAINS MEAL REIMBURSEMENT PROVISION H 2 5/24/1988 B 

OVER HALF OF SCHOOL FUNDS WENT TO 16 COUNTIES H 2 5/25/1988 A 

COURT OFFICIAL STRESSES SAVINGS IN PUBLIC DEFENDER SYSTEM S 2 5/25/1988 A 

N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER FLAP IS DEBATE WITH A BYTE H 2 5/26/1988 A 

LEGISLATORS COMPLAIN ABOUT DELAY ON TAX FIGURES H 2 5/26/1988 A 

WATKINS BLASTS PARKS DIRECTOR S 2 5/27/1988 A 

BUDGET, WASTE ISSUES FACING LEGISLATURE H 2 5/30/1988 B 

BUDGET-ONLY FOCUS CAN KEEP SESSIONS SHORT S 2 6/01/1988 A 

LONG SESSION HELPS MARTIN S 2 6/01/1988 A 

MARTIN SAYS DEMOCRATS AGAINST HIS INITIATIVES 'PLAYING POLITICS' H 2 6/02/1988 D 

N.C LEGISLATURE'S '88 SESSION OPENS H 2 6/03/1988 A 

PAY RAISE BILL GETS COOL RECEPTION H 2 6/03/1988 B 

COSTS, GAINS STILL SUPER COLLIDER QUESTIONS FOR N.C H 2 6/04/1988 A 

TIGHT STATE MONEY NOT LIKELY TO JEOPARDIZE LOCAL PROJECTS CHH 1 6/06/1988 A 

LAWMAKERS SAY MARTIN BUDGET MUST BE PARED H 2 6/07/1988 B 

1988-89 N.C. BUDGET FACES THE AX H 2 6/08/1988 A 

DEMOCRATS SAY SESSION WILL BE SHORT H 2 6/09/1988 

STATE BUDGET GETS NOD; PROPOSAL OKS RAISES BUT LACKS MANY OF MARTIN'S... H 2 6/10/1988 

CLASH LIKELY OVER TAX FEE FOR MERCHANTS H 2 6/10/1988 

DEMOCRATS SEE POLITICAL CAPITAL IN MARTIN BUDGET H 2 6/11/1988 

DEMOCRATS' BUDGET PLAN TO DRAW FIRE FROM GOP H 2 6/11/1988 

GOP LAWMAKERS CRITICIZE EXCLUSIONS IN N.C. BUDGET PLAN S 2 6/11/1988 

SUPER SUB (CARTOON) H 2 6/13/1988 

CAPITAL SPENDING BUDGET IS FACING $100 MILLION CUTS H 2 6/15/1988 

LEGISLATIVE BUDGET SAME OLD SONG WITH A FEW NEW NOTES S 2 6/15/1988 

LAWMAKERS OK SPENDING BILL OF $274.2 MILLION H 2 6/16/1988 

MARTIN STILL HOPING TO GET PROJECTS INCLUDED IN BUDGET H 2 6/17/1988 B 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY AIMS AT ADJOURNING SHORT SESSION NEXT WEEK H 2 6/23/1988 B 

STATE HOUSE, SENATE TO CONSIDER SEPARATE CAPITAL SPENDING BILLS H 2 6/28/1988 A 

HOUSE, SENATE SPENDING PLANS 'NOT EVEN CLOSE' H 2 6/29/1988 

AREA PROJECTS ARE CAUGHT IN CONFLICT H 2 6/29/1988 

SOME SENATORS GRAB SHARE OF PORK BARREL H 2 6/30/1988 

UNC MONEY SHIFTED TO PLANT LINES H 2 6/30/1988 

STATE BUDGET DISPUTE ASSURES RETURN OF ASSEMBLY AFTER JULY 4TH S 2 6/30/1988 

SQUABBLE ERUPTS IN HOUSE OVER 'PORK BARREL' BILL H 2 7/01/1988 B 

HOUSE, SENATE AT LOGGERHEADS ON BUDGET BILL H 2 7/02/1988 A 

LAWMAKERS: SPECIAL PROVISIONS PROVIDE BUDGETARY GLUE H 2 7/03/1988 C 

'PORK BARREL' SPENDING STEW CONTINUES BOILING H 2 7/03/1988 C 

OPENNESS OPINIONS DIFFER S 2 7/04/1988 C 



1 P N L40 



4 
6 
5 
5 

12 

14 
3 
1 
5 
1 
5 
4 
1 
8 
4 
4 
1 
5 
1 
7 
7 
8 
6 
1 

18 

10 
1 
4 
5 
6 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 

16 
1 
1 
1 

16 

10 
4 

15 
5 
1 

11 
1 

14 
7 
7 
5 
5 

12 
9 

10 
1 
1 
5 



Oil 



Oil 



E 

N 

N 

J 

N 

N 

N 

N 

J Oil 

N L40 

J Oil 

E 

N L40 

N 

E 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

NL40 

N 

J Oil 

N 

E 

J 

N 

N L40 

N 

N L40 

N K65 

N L40 

N L40 

N 

N 

N L40 

N L40 

N 

N 

T 

N 

J 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

J 



R56 
Oil 



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LEGISLATURE RESUMES, TAKES AIM « BUDGET, TAXES, ADJOURNMENT 

OPINIONS ON GLASNOSt DIFFER IN ^GISLATUftf 

SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS CIRCUMVENT UNC BOARD ^^^ 

ROYALU UATKINS TRYING TO REACH SETTLEMENT ON BUDGET 

TALKS NARROW DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HOUSE, SENATE BUDGETS 

R^TWATKINS REACHAGREE«HT ONSPENDING BILL 

N.C. LEADERS BREAK STALEMATE ON BUDGET 

WISE? JKI SsSWSBE. CH«H* COWTIES 
UNCBUBGETFIGURES TO BE BELOW REQUEST 

H»K T Kff«S^ SHORT SESSION 
SmDMF* BUDBET^l MM LAST^MINUTE ASSEMBLY DETAILS 
LEGISLATURE ST^MING^ 

%WffitfM£E& FAILED 

^^VX^tSsIrIesponsible OF LEGISLATURE 

COMMITTEES REVIEWED BUDGET 

ggWE SKerIng obscure bills 

BBMHUI WSLAT^CATCH 22 ARE MANY 

S^sSlIffiEG^A^ «&? 

ffilS SAYREVENUEF GURES DISCREDIT MARTIN'S FORECASTS 

^HSUiS S C Solf^ART ( €NTS IN BUYING FROM 
D^aOPMENTMARD SAYS LEGISLATURE WAS IRRESPONSIBLE 
N.C. TAX COLLECTIONS HIT 4-YEttLOW 
LEGISLATOR WANTS REPORTS ON FUNDS 
wSnreSTC «!AY (*«TIN CAN'T DELIVER ON TAX-CUT PROMISE 
*205^ILLION PRDP08EDTO DWOWE SERVICES FOR NX, POOR 
ADDITIONAL ™ MILLION SOUGHT BY STATE FOR AIDS PROGRAMS 
STATE EMPLOYEES; AG^HSWORRYING ABOUT SHORTFALL 

SA^^*T«ilfABOUT '89 BUDGET 
LOW TAX COLLECTIONS WORRY OFFICIALS 

N,C *'STAT?RJDGET CRUNCH HURTS CHANCES FOR PAY RAISES 
CUTBACK SLOWS SNOW PLOWS 

N.C, COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO NTCV COMPUTER COMMISSION _ rrm , 

SEE ALSO Kb GENERAL ASSSNBLY^TOMPUTERS 

^TCOF^ICES^lffiNCE CCST?0F »17.6 MILUON FLOOR LEGISLATORS 

dMm^WIIlIiVE^GISLATORS COMPUTER DATA 
WaCOCCENTER COMPUTERS WILL ASSIST TARHEEL TOURISTS 
SmJTERsI AND PEOPLE CAN HELP N.C. VISITORS 

martKbrmdeWsen. royall wajPS!H UTEP 

N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER FLAP IS DEBATE WITH A BYTE 
ROYALL SEEKS SUPER-COMPUTER FOR STATE 
CENTER TO HANDLE COMPUTER 
SUPERCOMPUTER TO BE IN R|SEAROjPARK 
CONTRACT AfWOVED (JN^PERCWUTER 
OTHER STATES' DATA MORE A(IEKOTLE 

^^S^Sff&& t !^^mi APPROVES PACTS FOR MACHINE.., 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


MINORITIES H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


3 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



7/05/1988 B 
7/05/1988 B 
7/06/1988 B 
7/06/1989 B 
7/06/1988 C 
7/07/1988 B 
7/07/1988 A 
7/08/1988 B 
7/08/1988 C 
7/08/1988 C 
7/08/1988 C 
7/08/1988 A 
7/09/1988 D 
7/10/1988 C 
7/12/1988 B 
7/12/1988 B 
7/13/1988 A 
7/13/1988 
7/13/1988 
7/15/1988 
7/15/1988 
7/17/1988 
7/18/1988 
7/19/1988 B 
7/20/1988 A 
7/22/1988 A 
7/26/1988 A 
7/29/1988 C 
7/29/1988 A 
7/30/1988 A 
8/06/1988 C 
8/08/1988 B 
8/12/1988 A 
10/25/1988 B 
11/19/1988 D 
11/27/1988 B 
12/02/1988 C 
12/04/1988 B 
12/05/1988 C 
12/15/1988 A 
12/28/1988 A 
12/29/1988 B 



1 N 

1 J 
1 N 
14 N 
5 P N 
1 P N 
1 P N 
9 N 
1 N R53 

1 N L40 

2 N 

1 P N K65 
4 N 
1 N 
16 N 
1 P P 
1 N L40 
9 N 
1 N 
1 P N 
4 L 



4 
6 
10 
5 
4 
5 



14 P N 
11 N 

15 P N 



E 

J 
N 

J Oil 
L 
J Oil 



1 
1 

10 
8 
5 
1 
7 
1 
4 
1 
6 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

J 

N L40 

N 

N 



H 2 12/03/1988 A 11 N 
H 2 12/04/1988 B 6 N 



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



1/22/1988 A 
1/30/1988 A 
2/14/1988 B 
2/22/1988 A 
2/23/1988 A 
4/23/1988 C 
5/12/1988 B 
5/26/1988 A 
5/27/1988 C 
6/08/1988 B 
6/09/1988 A 
8/05/1988 C 
8/10/1988 A 
9/10/1988 C 
9/22/1988 A 



1 
4 
7 
7 
4 
1 
8 
1 
7 
1 

16 
1 
5 
1 
1 



N L40 
E 
N 
N 
E 

N 046 
N 

N L40 
N 

N 046 
N 
» N L40 
J Oil 
N 
N 046 



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N.C, COUNTIES 

SEE COUNTIES, N.C. 

N.C, ECONOHY 

SEE ECONOHY, N.C. 

N.C. , EMBLEMS AND STATE SYMBOLS 
SEE ALSO SIGNS AND SYMBOLS 
KEEP BIRDS, COLLARDS OFF ASSEMBLY AGENDA 

N.C, ESCHEAT FUND 

SEE ALSO N.C, BUDGET 
DORMANT HONEY PLAN HELPS, HURTS 
WOMAN GETS HONEY BACK 
476 COUNTY RESIDENTS DUE UNCLAIMED HONEY FROM TREASURER 

N.C, EXPORTS 

SEE ALSO AGRICULTURE, EXPORTS 

SEE ALSO ECONOHY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 

SEE ALSO N.C, FOREIGN TRADE 

SEE ALSO N.C, FOREIGN TRADE ZONE 

SEE ALSO N.C. .REVENUES 

SEE ALSO TARIFFS 

SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY, IMPORTS 

SEE ALSO U.S., EXPORTS 

N.C PAINT STRIPPER GOING TO. 16 ASIAN COUNTRIES 

PROGRAM HILL TRACK N.C. UORLD TRADE 

WORKING TO FILL A NEED 

MEDICAL PRODUCTS COMPANY CONSIDERING TREYBURN FOR NEW FACILITY 

STUDY ON TRADE CENTER NEARLY FINISHED 

N.C. TRADERS RECORD *159.5 MILLION SURPLUS 

SOVIET ECONOMI C REF ORM COULD BENEFIT SOUTH 

AMERICAN CIGARETTES ARE GETTING LARGER SHARE OF FOREIGN MARKETS 

N.C. FISHERMEN WANT DEAL TO EXPORT TONS OF FLOUNDER TO JAPAN 

HAMNER JOINING DELEGATION SEEKING CANADIAN BUSINESSES 

N.C. COMPANIES EXPERIENCE BOOMING EXPORT BUSINESS 

UORLD TRADE CENTER FOR TRIANGLE STEP NEARER TO REALIZATION 

N.C. TOBACCO U00SJ63 MILLION EXPORT DEAL 

AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE MEMBERS URGE CHANGE IN EXPORT PROGRAMS 

EXPORTS OF N.C. GOODS SURGE 

N.C EXPORTS TOP IMPORTS FOR OCTOBER 

.C, FILMMAKING 
SEE ALSO CASWELL STUDIOS OF AMERICA 
SEE ALSO DE LAURENTIIS ENTERTAINMENT GROUP 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, FILM MAKING 
SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO FILMMAKING 

SEE ALSO N.C OFFICE OF MOTION PICTURE DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO A SINGING STREAM (DOCUMENTARY) 

EXTRAS WILL BE SOUGHT FOR MOVIE 

GOV. MARTIN HILL MAKE ANOTHER TRIP TO HOLLYWOOD 

DURHAM SHARES AS MOVIE FIRMS SPEND IN N.C. 

FILM STUDIO SEEKS NEW AGREEMENT WITH CREDITORS 

GOVERNOR REPORTS RECORD YEAR FOR MOVIEMAKING IN N.C. 

YOU COULD BE IN PICTURES 

MARTIN SAYS N.C HOT TOPIC IN HOLLYWOOD 

APPLAUD THIS JUNKET 

HOLLYWOOD TAKES TO RELAXED PACE OF TAR HEEL MOVIEMAKING 

SLOWER PACE, LACK OF UNIONS DRAW FILMMAKERS TO N.C. 

DE LAURENTIIS RESIGNS FROM FILM COMPANY 

CBS FILMS UOLFPACK BASKETBALL 

DESPERATELY SEEKING SHERMAN 

STUDY PANEL TO DISCUSS CREATING SCHOOL OF FILM 

FILMMAKERS CRITICIZE STATE LABOR, TAX LAWS 

PANEL BACKS. BOOST FOR N.C FILM OFFICE 

CHANGES NEEDED IN FILM PROGRAM 

DOCTORAL PROGRAM HEARS FOR NURSING 



H 2 6/11/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 1/18/1988 B 5 N 
H 2 2/07/1988 B 4 N 
H 2 12/08/1988 C 1 N A54 



s 


2 1/06/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 2/23/1988 B 


1 


N U27 


S 


2 2/29/1988 C 


1 P N U82 


H 


2 3/13/1988 B 


10 P N 


H 


2 5/28/1988 C 


1 


N M97 


H 


2 5/29/1988 C 


11 


N 


CHH 1 6/15/1988 A 


3 


N M25 


H 


2 7/28/1988 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 9/04/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 9/04/1988 D 


10 


N C47 


H 


2 9/05/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 9/26/1988 B 


6 


N P41 


H 


2 10/12/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


1 10/22/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/24/1988 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 12/31/1988 B 


3 


N 



1/13/1988 B 
1/14/1988 A 
1/17/1988 B 
1/21/1988 B 
1/21/1988 D 
1/27/1988 C 
1/28/1988 A 
2/02/1988 A 
2/10/1988 B 
2/11/1988 D 
2/21/1988 B 
2/25/1988 A 
3/17/1988 D 
4/09/1988 A 
5/06/1988 A 
5/07/1988 B 
5/09/1988 A 
5/13/1988 C 



N 

N 

N C60 

N 

N 

P 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N K30 

F B71 

N 

J Oil 



Oil 
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1/01/1988 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



'DEAR PHIL' DEBUTS TUESDAY^ 
WPUtWIhnBSBk TO L*E LURE MOUNTAIN HAVEN 

ara^K arun « « p«* 

^ ISSS? ^foR^^^RESEARCO SAYS 
MOVIE IS PLANNED ON ROBESON CASE 

N.C., FOREIGN TRADE _ 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 

1 ALSO ^MpBLyWBUTOWg ZONES 
FREE TRADE GOOD IDEA WITHOUT INTERFERENCE 
PROGRAM WILL TRACK N.C WORLD TRADE 
N.C. TRADE REPORT GETS MIXED REVIEWS 
N.C. TRADE BALANCE OUTLOOK ROSY 
TAR HEELS HELP FIGHT TRADE DEFICIT 
NVC. TRADERSRECORD *159.5 MILLION SURPLUS 
SOVIET ECONOMIC REFORM COULD BENEFIT SOUTH 
CHINESE TRADE DELEGATION VISITING N.C. 

SKI ™ce%rt: N e&TWble to document 

WORLD TOfflf CENTO FDRTRMWLE STEP NEARER TO REALIZATION 
AGRICULTURE COMMIT MMERSURGE CHANGE IN EXPORT PROGRAMS 
CHAMBERS SEEK FOREIGN TRADE 
TARHEELS URGED TO COMPETE IN JAPAN 

S1aKEN M TOWR^ABuIhING WORLD TRADE CENTER FOR TRIANGLE 
FOREIGN TRADE ZONE DOUBLES INCOME THIS YEAR 
N.C. EXPORTS TOP IMPORTS FOR OCTOBER 

N.C. , FOREIGN TRADE ZONE 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 

SEE ALSO RKEARafTOANGLE PARK, FREE TRADE ZONES 
SEE ALSO WORLD TRADE CENTERS (N.C.) ^ mim 

TRIANGLE J TEAM KICKS OFF STUDY OF TRADE CENTER 

STUDY ON TRADE CENTER NEARLY FINISHED 

"•'•'EI^P^ISTANlfoN WALKING TOUR OF FIVE STATES 

sS) TAR HEELS EM^TPOUTICIANS TO BEHAVE? am 
UNCTO HOST ailSS TEACHERS FORAMERICAN CULTURE CLASS 

fSMlUg? MfoN^VIS?? TO CA* LEJEUNE 
CHINESE TRADE DELEGATION VISITING N.C. 
CHINA WANTS TO OPEN N.C'S TRADE 
FOREIGNOFFICIALS QUESTION U.S. POLITICS 
SOVIET GROUP VISITS WESTERN N.C. __ , 

roURSBMET CITIZENS ARE VISITING CHARLOTTE 

N.C, GOVERNORS 

SEE ALSO GOVERNORS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S MANSION 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S PAGES ^ 

SEE ALSO GUBERNATORIAL CAMPAIGNS 

SEE ALSO GUBERNATORIAL SUCCESSION 

SEE ALSO N.C, LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS 

S ^W, H JOPJJAn1t^ U INTO RING TO SLUG IT OUT FOR STATE'S TOP POST 
IMPEACHED GOVERNORS REMOVED FROM OFFICE 
OFFBEAT HISTORY; IMPEACHMENT HERE, TOO 
hARTIN WILL CALL FOUR FORMER GOVERNORS TO TESTIFY 
GARDNER PUSHES VETO POWER FOR GOVERNOR ffl[mga] . 

MARTIN TO CRITICS: TIME TO PLAY HARD, TIME TO WORK HARD 



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2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



6/02/1988 D 
6/03/1988 B 
6/26/1988 B 
7/07/1988 D 
8/05/1988 A 
8/22/1988 B 
8/22/1988 A 
10/21/1988 C 
10/24/1988 A 
11/05/1988 B 
11/07/1988 A 
11/11/1988 B 



1/06/1988 A 
2/23/1988 B 
3/01/1988 A 
3/02/1988 A 
3/27/1988 B 
5/29/1988 C 
6/15/1988 A 
7/12/1988 B 
7/13/1988 A 
9/07/1988 B 
9/26/1988 B 
10/22/1988 C 
11/19/1988 C 
11/20/1988 D 
11/24/1988 D 
12/02/1988 C 
12/16/1988 C 
12/31/1988 B 



F B71 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S17 

N 

N 

N 

N M70 

N 



4 


E 


1 


N W27 


12 


J Oil 


5 


J Oil 


12 


N 


11 


N 


3 


N M25 


1 


N 


12 


N 


3 


N 


6 


N P41 


3 


N 


1 


N K65 


10 D N C47 


11 


N 


1 


N P41 


1 


N P41 


3 


N 



H 


2 1/29/1988 A 


11 


N M97 


H 


2 5/28/1988 C 


1 


N M97 


H 


1 4/30/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 5/02/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


CHH 1 6/15/1988 A 


/ 


N 


Of 


1 6/16/1988 A 


3 P N H?0 


H 


2 7/08/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


1 7/12/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 7/13/1988 A 


12 


N 


s 


2 11/14/1988 B 


4 


J Oil 


s 


2 12/02/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/07/1988 B 


4 


N 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/03/1988 A 
2/06/1988 A 
2/13/1988 A 
2/19/1988 B 
3/17/1988 A 
5/16/1988 C 



1 


P N L40 


1 


P N 


4 


H 


12 


N 


21 


N 


1 


N 



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LEGISLATURE SHOULD APPROVE VOTE ON VETO 

MARCH FOR VETO IS FRIDAY 

SENATE OKS VETO RESOLUTION; HOUSE PROSPECTS ARE UNCERTAIN 

GOVERNOR NEEDS VETO POWER 

GOV. MARTIN SETS INAUGURAL GALA FOR JAN. 7 

RAMSEY LINKS VETO TO 1 TERM FOR GOVERNOR 

TYPE OF GOVERNOR'S VETO IS DEBATABLE ISSUE 

'PLUS ULTRA' THEME FOR INAUGURATION 

N.C, GOVERNORS' FIRST LADIES 

DOTTIE MARTINj FAMILIES COME FIRST FOR THE FIRST LADY 

N.C, HISTORIC HOMES 

SEE HISTORIC HOMES AND BUILDINGS, N.C. 

N.C., HISTORY 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL* N.C, HISTORY 

SEE ALSO CIVIL WAR HISTORY 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION FOUNDATION OF N.C, INC 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

SEE ALSO N.C. HISTORICAL PUBLICATIONS SECTION 

SEE ALSO N.C. LITERARY AND HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. MUSEUM OF HISTORY ASSOCIATES 

SEE ALSO ORAL HISTORY 

PETRIFIED WOOD INDICATES N.C ONCE TROPICAL 

LIVING MUSEUM: ENGINEER AIMS TO RETORE FAMILY'S 145-YEAR-OLD FARM... 

OFFBEAT HISTORYi IMPEACHMENT HERE, TOO 

PLANNING SESSION FOR CELEBRATION SLATED THURSDAY 

BRINGING BACK THE PAST 

HISTORICAL CLEANING IS HARD WORK 

BENTONVILLE; N.C.'S BIGGEST CIVIL WAR BATTLE IN EXPANDED RE-ENACTMENT 

OLD BAL DY CA STS LIGHT ON COASTAL N.C HISTORY 

AGENCY OFFERS N.C. HISTORY ON SALE AT HALF PRICE 

CONSTITUTIONAL TRIVIA 

TOWN TO CELEBRATE CONSTITUTION'S 200TH 

RE-ENACTING OUR HISTORY 

SANFORD BILL WOULD HONOR WARREN NATIVE 

BIRTHPLACE OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION: HALIFAX COUNTY, N.C. 

COUNTIES FIGHT OVER PATRIOT'S REMAINS 

CONSTITUTIONAL DEBATE TO RAGE AGAIN IN HILLSBOROUGH 

N.C. DEBATE RE-ENACTMENT 

HILLSBOROUGH TO CELEBRATE PLACE IN HISTORY 

HILLSBOROUGH HOSTS HISTORIC HOOPLA 

2 DELEGATES FROM DURHAM MAY DEBATE 

THE CONSTITUTIONAL QUANDARY 

HILLSBOROUGH CELEBRATION MARKS CONSTITUTION DEBATE 

N.C TRIVIA 

HISTORY'S GIFTS MUST BE PRESERVED 

HILLSBOROUGH SAID 'NO' 

STUDENTS, PROF DIG UP DETAILS OF SLAVES' LIVES ON PLANTATION 

WILD PONIES} AFTER FOUR CENTURIES, OUTER BANKS' HERDS FINALLY FACE... 

FARM PRESERVES LIFE OF 1800S 

CAROLINA NAMED AFTER KING 

N.C.'S THANKSGIVINGS IN 17O0S NOISY, FREQUENT 

NORTH CAROLINA POSTCARD BOOK AVAILABLE 

POSTCARD ALBUM CHRONICLES ERA IN HISTORY OF STATE 

N.C, IMAGE 

SEE ALSO N.C, RANKING 
GROWING CAROLINA DESERVES GOOD PARKS 
DISPARITY MARKS N.C.'S PROSPERITY 
NORTH CAROLINA'S LICENSE PLATE JUST DOESN'T, WELL, FLY 

N.C, INTERNS 

SEE ALSO APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 
DURHAM STUDENTS ARE N.C. INTERNS 

N.C., LAWS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS LAW 



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D — DATE — C -fG L P BYL 


H 
H 

s 
s 

H 
H 

s 

H 


2 6/02/1988 A 
2 6/02/1988 A 
2 7/06/1988 C 
2 10/11/1988 A 
2 11/19/1988 B 
2 11/25/1988 C 
2 12/12/1988 A 
2 12/19/1988 C 


4 
4 
5 
4 
6 
1 
5 
1 


E 

L 

N 

L 

N 

N 

J Oil 

N 



S 2 9/30/1988 B 1 P F G59 



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



1/15/1988 B 
1/15/1988 A 
2/13/1988 A 
2/16/1988 B 
3/04/1988 C 
3/15/1988 B 
3/18/1988 D 
4/04/1988 
5/05/1988 
5/31/1988 
6/14/1988 
6/21/1988 
6/29/1988 B 
7/03/1988 C 
7/04/1988 
7/04/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/22/1988 
7/22/1988 
7/23/1988 B 
7/25/1988 A 
7/25/1988 C 
8/27/1988 C 
9/07/1988 C 
10/02/1988 B 
10/12/1988 A 
11/24/1988 A 
12/15/1988 D 
12/18/1988 D 



C19 



N 
N 
H 
N 
P 
N 
F 
E 
N 
L 
N 
E 

N H60 
N G09 
N M70 
N R63 
L 

N H90 
N H02 
N H02 
F U66 
N H90 
F 

U H03 
P S73 
N D80 
N 
N 
L 

N P38 
N 
U H45 



S 2 2/11/1988 A 4 E 
S 2 6/13/1988 A 5 J Oil 
H 2 11/13/1988 B 1 P U N36 



S 2 6/27/1988 A 9 N 



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SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C. r ^ ryml 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO ELECTION LAWS _, 

SEE ALSO LANDLORD-TENANT LEGISLATION 
SEE ALSO LIQUOR-BY-THE-DRINK, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 
SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLES 

I ft!! Rig: gtM^Y, LEGISLATION — , „ 

SEE ALSO Nic! HEALTH PLANNING AND CERTIFICATE OF NEED LAW 
SEE ALSO N.C. TORT CLAIMSACT 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS 

SEE ALSO SCOFFLAW 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL OFFENSE LAWS 

fSdf&^fhS^SS FOR PEOPLE GETTING DRIVING LICENSE 

sIateIST^laws ■. , 

SUPREME COURT SHOULD BACK FUND-RAISING LAW 

!&^Wlff^ REDUCE FATAL N.C. WSCKS 

DRIVERS LICENSEAPPLICANTS AGAINST NEW LAW 

COUNTY, REALTTJRS SPUT ON LAKD PRICE DISaOSURES 

TIKSMOCDFOR WUNKEN DRIVING MIGHT BE LEGISLATED TO .08 

PANEL HEARS CALL FOR TOUGHER DWI LAWS 

STATE MAY TOUGHEN DRUNKEN DRIVING LAWS 

SENATE PANEL DEFENDS N.C. AGAINST EPA 

ATTORNEY GENERAL INVESTIGATES 'MP™ rerUND* PLANS 

OPINIONS VARY IN CHILD SEXUALAH*3ESDn|NCE 

DWI STATUTES TOUGHENED FOR REPEAT OFFENDERS 

^b^bSes ^S'SSLicnAnaN,^ 

COURT TO CONSIDER STATE LAW ON PROFESSIONAL FUND-RAISERS 
DURWI BINGO OPERATORS MAY FACE ARREST 
SHERIFF WATCHFUL FOR BIN30 VIO^TIONS 

STATE CAMPAIGN LAWS COULD BE REVAMPED 

HARSHER LAW SOUGHT FOR ATTACKS ON ELDERLY 

COjRTraJLING KEEPS INCENTIVE FOR SUPPORT 

'ABSURD' LAW KLATS RE-TRIAL 

FILMMAKERS CRITICIZE STATE LABOR, TAX LAWS ^^ 

<yT7IRF LAWS IN DRUG CASES PIT POLICE A6AINST SCHOOLS 

FaeraBB UT tann recoup shopliftii«lc|ses 

STORES HAttNEW WEAPON IN WAR AGAINST SHOPLIFTERS 
St/ DEATH ROW INMATES MAY FACE RESENTENCING 
li^G^I^«A^^I|SGAIN9UPraTERS 

W^m^^S^Sm^RB^mp^ in triangle 

RESEARCH! HreTDRUNKEN DRIVERS ARE PROBLEM DRINKERS 
H^DFUL OF KM UWSTAKE EFFECT JULY 1 IN N.C. 
CHARITIES COULD LOSE MORE WITHOUT N.C. LAWS 

CONSUMER PROTECTION LAW FOR REBUILT CARS UNDER FIRE 
BIuLwOULD EXEMPT WHEELCHAIRS FROM VEHICLE LAWS 

SS^G^^ : T?^™BA D SmOTIW RKTERS 
DWI BILLS DEBATED 

BARNES! DU I LAW CAN ENDURE CHALLENGE m 

LAWailTS ATTACK nVC. LAUQN RAILROAD EASEMENTS 
STATTSWULB INSIDER BROADER FRAUD CONTROL 



H 
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H 

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

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

3 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

3 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 



CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 



1/01/1988 B 
1/01/1988 C 
1/01/1983 A 
1/01/1988 A 
1/04/1988 A 
1/08/1988 A 
1/11/1988 B 
1/11/1988 A 
1/15/1988 C 
1/16/1988 A 
1/28/1988 A 
1/28/1988 A 
1/29/1988 B 
2/08/1988 A 
2/16/1988 B 
3/02/1988 C 
3/03/1988 C 
3/03/1988 A 
3/15/1988 B 
3/16/1988 A 
3/18/1988 A 
3/23/1988 A 
3/23/1988 B 
3/23/1988 A 
3/24/1988 A 
3/30/1988 C 
3/30/1988 A 
4/05/1988 B 
4/07/1988 B 
4/08/1988 A 
4/19/1988 B 
4/29/1988 A 
5/05/1988 A 
5/06/1988 A 
5/30/1988 B 
6/01/1988 B 
6/04/1988 A 
6/11/1988 A 
6/12/1988 C 
6/15/1988 B 
6/21/1988 B 
6/27/1988 C 
6/30/1988 B 
7/05/1988 A 
7/05/1988 A 
7/06/1988 B 
7/07/1988 A 
7/13/1988 B 
7/14/1988 A 
7/16/1988 A 
7/26/1988 B 
7/26/1988 A 
7/27/1988 C 
8/03/1988 C 
8/20/1988 B 
8/20/1988 A 



3 H 


8 N 


4 E 


1 N 


4 E 


4 L 


1 N 


1 N B53 


1 N M06 


1 N 


28 N 


5 J OH 


4 N 


9 N 


8 N 


2 N 


18 N 


4 E 


1 N B81 


1 P N H70 


14 N 


4 E 


5 N 


1 N B85 


1 N B53 


3 N 


4 E 


1 N 


1 N L40 


5 N 


10 N 


4 E 


5 N 


5 J Oil 


7 N 


5 N 


4 E 


1 N 


1 N 


1 P N L40 


12 N 


10 N 


1 N 


4 E 


5 J Oil 


14 N 


1 N N36 


16 N 


5 J Oil 


4 E 


5 N 


1 N R63 


5 N 


7 N 


3 N 


4 E 



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12/31/1988 



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N 


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L Y 


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D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 8/26/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 9/11/1988 B 


13 


N 


S 


2 9/26/1988 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 10/14/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/16/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 10/24/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 11/27/1988 B 


12 


N 


H 


2 12/22/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/22/1988 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 12/23/1988 A 


4 


E 



thornburg: ocean duping laws exist 
tar heels expected to snap up virginia lottery tickets 
n.c. supreme court rulings hay bring dui dismissals 
new n.c. laws urged to protectaids victims 
attorney general's office opposes new utility law 
utility firms' 'true-up' law controversial 

PROPOSED RULES WORRY LIMOUSINE OWNERS 

LEGISLATOR PROPOSES DECRIMINALIZING FIRST DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED OFFENSE H 
NEW GAS TANK LAW MAY CLOSE SOME SMALLER RETAILERS 
HARSHER LAW REQUIRED FOR MULTIPLE DWIS 

N.C.LEGISLATORS 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, LEGISLATORS 
SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS 

N.C, LEGISLATORS, U.S. CONGRESS 

SEE ALSO CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGNS 

SEE ALSO FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT (U.S.) 

SEE ALSO U.S. CONGRESS 

SENS. HELMS, SANFORD TARGETS OF POLARIZATION H 2 1/04/1988 A 4 E 

ANTI-REAGANISM VOTES COSTLIER THAN PLANNED H 2 1/11/1988 A 4 E 

COBLE DEFENDS SOUTH POLE TRIP H 2 1/21/1988 B 2 P N 

COLD FACTS; VALENTINE FEELS N.C'S PRESENCE AT SOUTH POLE S 2 1/21/1988 C 1 P N M06 

SENATE PASSES CIVIL RIGHTS BILLi AMENDMENT CURBS ABORTION RIGHT... H 2 1/29/1988 A 1 N 

CONTRA AID SPLITS N.C. DELEGATES DOWN PARTY LINE S 2 1/29/1988 C 6 N 

CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET ROSE FASTER THAN INFLATION IN '87 H 2 1/31/1988 A 10 C N 

VALENTD€ MAY SUPPORT REBELS' HUMANITARIAN AID S 2 2/04/1988 A 1 P N M06 

N.C. DELEGATION SPLITS ON CONTRA AID H 1 2/05/1988 C 1 P N 

ROLL CALL; WHERE THEY STAND H 2 2/07/1988 A 10 D N 

CONGRESSMEN TO FILE SUIT AGAINST CENSUS BUREAU H 3 2/18/1988 B 2 N 

HOUSE OKS SUITS FOR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE IN MILITARY H 2 2/21/1988 A 15 D N 

ROLL CALLj WHERE THEY STAND H 2 2/28/1988 B 16 D N 

RIGHTS BILL CLEARS HOUSE BY LANDSLIDE H 2 3/03/1988 A 1 N 

ROLL CALL: WHERE THEY STAND H 2 3/06/1988 A 14 N 

VALENTINE NEEDS CONSERVATIVE OPPOSITION IN NEXT ELECTION S 2 3/09/1988 A 4 L 

ROLL CALL: WHERE THEY STAND H 2 3/20/1988 D 14 D N 

CIVIL RIGHTS LAWS EXTENDED H 2 3/23/1988 A 1 N 

ROLL CALLj WHERE THEY STAND H 2 3/27/1988 A 11 D N 

HOW HOUSE, SENATE VOTED ON CONTRA AID PACKAGE H 2 4/03/1988 B 16 D N 

ROLL CALLj WHERE THEY STAND H 2 4/24/1988 A 11 D N 

ROLL CALL; WHERE THEY STAND H 2 5/08/1988 A 8 D N 

ROLL CALL; WHERE THEY STAND H 2 5/15/1988 A 16 D N 

N.C. LEADERS OPPOSE MOVING ARMY OFFICE S 2 5/21/1988 A 1 

ROLL CALLi WHERE THEY STAND H 2 5/22/1988 A 15 

TRADE BILL IN LIMBO AFTER VETOj HOW NORTH CAROLINA CONGRESSMEN VOTED H 2 5/25/1988 A 1 

CONGRESSMEN FROM N.C. MAKE FINANCIAL REPORTS H 2 5/26/1988 C 8 

ROLL CALL* WHERE THEY STAND H 2 5/29/1988 C 9 

PRICE INTRODUCES HOUSING BILL H 2 6/01/1988 B 1 

CONGRESSMEN TO GET COMPLAINT ON SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE H 2 6/01/1988 B 1 

REQUEST TO FIND ACCESS TO BUILDING FLUSTERS PANEL S 2 6/01/1988 A 1 

ROLL CALLi WHERE THEY STAND H 2 6/05/1988 A 10 

ROLL CALL; WHERE THEY STAND H 2 6/12/1988 A 17 

ROLL CALLi WHERE THEY STAND H 2 6/26/1988 A 7 

SANFORD BILL WOULD HONOR WARREN NATIVE H 2 6/29/1988 B 7 

ROLL CALLi WHERE THEY STAND H 2 7/03/1988 A 14 

ROLL CALLiWHERE THEY STAND H 2 7/10/1988 A 12 

HELMS-SANFORD VOTING SILENCES STATE'S VOICE H 2 7/10/1988 D 4 

ROLL CALLi WHERE THEY STAND H 2 7/17/1988 A 13 

VOTERS CHOSE 27.5 PERCENT REPRESENTATION H 2 7/18/1988 A 4 

SANFORD FARTHEST LEFT OF SENATORS FROM N.C. H 2 7/20/1988 A 4 

ROLL CALLi WHERE THEY STAND H 2 7/31/1988 A 14 

ROLL CALLi WHERE THEY STAND H 2 8/07/1988 A 9 

7 OF N.C. AGAINST BILL CONGRESS APPROVED S 2 8/10/1988 A 3 

7 N.C CONGRESSMEN OPPOSE INTERNMENT COMPENSATION H 2 8/11/1988 A 13 

SENATE TELEPHONES BROADCASTING CONVERSATIONS H 2 8/13/1988 A 1 

HOUSE VOTES TO BUY MANASSAS SITE H 2 8/14/1988 A 7 

HOUSE REJECTS TIP O'NEILL LIBRARY BILL H 2 8/21/1988 A 10 

STATE CONGRESSIONAL STAFFS HAVE FEW BLACKS S 2 8/24/1988 C 3 

DON'T FORCE BUILDERS TO HAVE LABOR UNIONS H 2 8/29/1988 A 4 

ROLL CALL; WHERE THEY STAND H 2 9/11/1988 B 14 



N U82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N H70 

N 

N 

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N 

N 

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L 

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N 

N 

N K65 

N 

N 

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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



•88 CAMPAIGN 



10 OF 11 CONGRESSMEN FROM N.C. BACK SUBSTITUTE GUN AMENDMENT 
ROLL CALL; WHERE TVEY STAND mrrm 
REGIONALISM CLOUDS VOTE ON GUN CONTROL 

N^ T&^^f^AGAIN IN WASHINGTON 
ROLL CALL; WHERE THEY STAND 

S^ToWREfTRiffi^ ^^-TURNED-LOBBYISTS 
ROLL CALL; WHERE THEY STAND 
HOUSE VOTES TO BAN LAWN DART GAME 
TAR HEEL BUSH-BUSTERS 

N.C, LICENSING BOARDS 
SEE LICENSING BOARDS 

N.C, LIEUTENANT GOVEWORS 

^!S, N XRDANSWWTO RING TO SLUG IT OUT FOR STATE'S TOP POST 
FIRST DAY OF FILING DRAWS CANDIDATES 
72 LEGISLATORS GAVE TO JORDAN'S CAMPAIGN 
MARTIN FUND-RAISING AHEAD OF SCHEDULE .FOR 
GARDNER RUNNING FOR LIEUTENANT OWERM* 
GARDNER ENTERS RACE FOR LT.I GOVERNOR 
PARKS HELMS FILES FOR LT. GggMDR 

"^HSUS® IVUnBL DON'T AGREE ON *T0 

^^B^liSISE 8 ^^^ GOVERNOR _ 
SSSlMTBF^TTG^Rira DIWDED ON CIVIL JUSTICE CHANGE 
HARDISON EXPECTS A RUNOFF, 
CRAWFORD WITHDRAWS ^ LT. GOV. RACE 

CRA^rjRD^ITH&^Arl INTEREST IN PUBLIC FINANCING 

■MHHlfflwm «- 

RANdYn.C'S FUTURE RELIES ON TEACHERS 

22ND HOUSE DISTRICT RACE IS 'GOING JO BEA LULU' 

Rtfffl CALLS FOR REPEAL OF 'HARDISW AtCNDMENJS' 

V(TTERSCWUSED IN UfUT|^QOUBm;|mCE 

CANDIDATE DEMANDS STATE REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN RESIGN 

LTVGOVERWRPRIMARY QUESTION OFTURNOUT 

TRIAL LAWYERS' GROUP ENDORSES RAND 

GARDNER PUSHES VETO POWER FOR GOVERNOR 

STATEOFFICE RACES GET ROLLING AGAIN 

PW?KS NOT JESSE 

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE RAPS NCAE 

TUNE MAY NOT BE HEAPJ),. nBMM . TAV UT| _ 

unruni s^i&ts^^ hb " h "■ 
vufi/KB/RSUks^ n**™* ISSUES 

CANDIDATES ANSWER ^NSUMER QUESTIONS 

^LT^-SteW HUh TOTALLY WITH MARTIN 
Lj; GOVERNOR'S RACE EXPECTED TO HIT HIGH GEAR 

■vunwb 

&gg ^^SffilNG OF GREEN 

F^JORT^THINKS HE'S GETTING RAW DEAL FROM POLITICIANS, PRESS 

R^^AD^yIToPENED MEETING OF 'SUPERSUB' 



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2 9/17/1988 A 


11 N 


H 


2 9/18/1988 A 


3 D N 


R 


2 9/19/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 9/25/1988 A 


11 D N 


H 


2 10/06/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 10/09/1988 A 


16 D N 


S 


2 10/12/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/16/1988 A 


11 D N 


H 


2 10/23/1988 A 


13 D N 


H 


2 10/30/1988 A 


7 D N 


H 


2 11/27/1988 D 


4 E 



H 


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2 


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H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


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H 


2 


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2 


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2 


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2 


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2 


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2 


H 


2 


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2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/03/1988 A 

1/05/1988 D 

1/10/1988 B 

1/12/1988 B 

1/14/1988 A 

1/15/1988 B 

1/20/1988 B 

1/20/1988 A 

1/23/1988 B 

1/24/1988 B 

1/25/1988 B 

1/26/1988 A 

1/26/1988 D 

1/27/1988 A 

1/27/1988 A 

1/28/1988 B 

1/31/1988 B 

2/04/1988 A 

2/08/1988 A 

2/10/1988 A 

2/17/1988 B 

2/22/1988 A 

2/26/1988 C 

2/27/1988 B 

3/08/1988 A 

3/11/1988 C 

3/11/1988 

3/15/1988 

3/17/1988 

3/18/1988 

3/18/1988 _ 

3/19/1988 B 

3/19/1988 A 

3/23/1988 

3/24/1988 

3/25/1988 

3/28/1988 

3/28/1988 

3/29/1988 

3/30/1988 

3/30/1988 

3/30/1988 

3/31/1988 

4/01/1988 

4/02/1988 

4/07/1988 

4/08/1988 B 

4/10/1988 D 

4/13/1988 

4/13/1988 

4/13/1988 

4/14/1988 

4/14/1988 



1 P 
4 
3 
5 
2 

4 P 
11 P 
17 
4 P 
5 
1 
4 
4 
10 
10 
1 F 
1 f 
9 
5 
5 
10 
1 I 
1 
8 
5 
12 
5 
6 
21 
5 
4 
3 
4 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
1 
5 
5 
5 
1 
5 
4 
5 
4 
5 
5 
5 
11 



N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

U H49 

J 

J Oil 

J 

N 

N H03 

N 046 

N 

N 

N 

J 

N 

N 

J 

P 

N 

E 

J 

J 

J 

J 

N 

J 

N 
> N H70 

J Oil 

J on 
j on 

N L40 
N 
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U A20 
P N 
U A20 
J Oil 
U A20 
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Oil 



K30 



Oil 
Oil 
Oil 
Oil 

Oil 



MONTHLY/ 



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



SUBJECTS 



FRANK JORDAN MAY BENEFIT FROM FAMILIAR STATE NAME 

GOP CANDIDATES CHALLENGE DEMOCRATIC 'POWER BROKERS' 

HIDE OPEN DEMOCRATIC RACE MAY HAVE HISTORY ON ITS SIDE 

ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP CALLS HARBISON'S RECORD WORST 

CANDIDATE IN NAME ONLY 

RAND APPOINTS DURHAM RESIDENTS TO HEAD CAMPAIGN 

CONGRESSMAN ENDORSES HARDISON 

GARDNER CALLS JORDAN A 'NAYSAYER' 

HARDISON CAMPAIGN ADS STRONGLY ATTACK RAND 

AFTER RIPPING HARDISON, NEWSPAPERS RIPPED OFF 

HARDISON TV COMMERCIALS UPSET PROSECUTORS 

HARDISON GENUINE ARTICLE 

CAMPAIGN WON'T PAY FOR STOLEN PAPERS 

MARTIN LEADS JORDAN IN CAMPAIGN FUND-RAISING 

SIERRA CLUB BACKS MICHAUX, THOMPSON RE-ELECTION 

RAND CAMPAIGN NAMES CHAIRMEN IN DURHAM 

INDEPENDENT WILL SUE STATE SENATOR OVER STOLEN PAPERS 

HELMS TELLS RAND, HARDISON TO COOL OFF 

HARDISON, ENVIRONMENTALISTS NATURAL ANTAGONISTS 

STOLEN NEWSPAPER IS BACK ON RACKS 

TRASHING OF PAPERS DRAWS ATTENTION 

HARDISON, ENVIRONMENTALISTS DIFFER 

FOES EXPECT MARTIN-GARDNER TICKET APPROACH 

MAN NAMED IN HARDISON TV COMMERCIAL STILL BEHIND BARS SERVING 18-YEAR... 

GARDNER BACKS ZERO-BASED BUDGET 

HARDISON CAMPAIGN SUPPLIES LEGISLATOR WITH RENTAL CAR 

GARDNER: AGENCIES SHOULD JUSTIFY FUNDING 

...ANOTHER HARDISON AD, DEAR? (CARTOON) 

RAND IS THE CLEAR CHOICE __ _ 

TWO ALLIANCES ENDORSE SAME FOUR IN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' RACE 

GARDNER CALLS JORDAN'S REMARK INSULT TO VOTERS 

TAR HEEL VOTERS PRIMED FOR TUESDAY'S RACES; N.C. HOT CONTESTS... 

JORDAN URGES VOTES AGAINST ANOTHER JORDAN; RAMPS AND POLITICS 

SOME LIGHT, ANYHOW 

I'M HOPING YOU'LL THINK I'M BOB JORDAN!... (CARTOON) 

HARDISON'S STATEMENTS UNTRUE 

RAND PRO-ENVIRONMENT 

RAMPS, POLITICIANS DON'T GET BIG CROWD 

DURHAM GROUPS ENDORSE CANDIDATES 

DURHAM GROUPS ENDORSE CANDIDATES 

HARDISON ADS ANGER LEGISLATURE'S LAWYERS 

FEW VOTERS EXPECTED AT POLLS TODAY 

DEMOCRATS' WINNER WILL FACE FRESH FOE 

CANDIDATES HAKE FINAL BID TO SWAY N.C. VOTERS 

MS, GARRETT THUMPS COOK IN REGISTER OF DEEDS RACE 

RAND-HARDISON RUNOFF LOOMS; GARDNER MAKES GOP COMEBACK 

GOP'S DREAM TEAM GELS 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

JORDAN WINS BY LANDSLIDE; MARTIN CELEBRATES GARDNER WIN 

STATE TALLIES FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

N.C. DEMOCRATS AWAIT WORD ON RUNOFF 

JORDAN TELLS DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES HE WILL CAMPAIGN AS TEAM PLAYER 

HARDISON DELAYS FORMAL REQUEST FOR RUNOFF RACE 

SUMS CHANGE, RESULTS SAME IN CANVASS OF TUESDAY VOTE 

HARDISON, SUPPORTERS HUDDLE OVER DECISION FOR RUNOFF 

RAND LT. GOV. NOMINEE; HARDISON REJECTS RUNOFF 

GOU.Y.JIM! WE FOUND THE DREAM TICKET! IT'LL TAKE US... (CARTOON) 

'TAG TEAM' VOTING WOULD LIMIT VOTERS' POWER, OPTIONS 

'PITCHERS' FOR BOTH POLITICAL 'TEAMS* ASSESSED 

BACKLASH, PAPER THEFT HELPED RAND 

MUD-SLINGING WEDDING 

GARDNER SAYS OPEN MEETINGS LAW WILL BE CAMPAIGN ISSUE 

GRANVILLE MAN TO AID GARDNER 

DUKAKIS HIT ON TOBACCO TAX 

POLITICAL RACE PROMISES EXCITING SHOW 

POLL: GOVERNOR'S RACE A TOSSUP 

RAND HIRES COMMUNICATIONS AIDE 

RAND AND GARDNER PLAN TWO DEBATES 

GOP CANDIDATE SAYS HE TOOK, PASSED DRUG TEST 

GARDNER PROMISES TO REFORM N.C. LEGISLATURE 



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S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
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H 
H 
S 
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H 
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4/14/1988 A 

4/14/1988 C 

4/14/1988 C 

4/19/1988 B 

4/20/1988 A 

4/20/1988 

4/21/1988 

4/22/1988 

4/23/1988 

4/25/1988 

4/25/1988 

4/24/1988 

4/26/1988 

4/26/1988 

4/26/1988 B 

4/27/1988 C 

4/27/1988 

4/27/1988 

4/27/1988 

4/27/1988 

4/28/1988 

4/28/1988 

4/28/1988 

4/29/1988 

4/29/1988 

4/29/1988 

4/29/1988 

4/30/1988 

4/30/1988 

4/30/1988 

4/30/1988 

5/01/1988 

5/01/1988 B 

5/01/1988 D 

5/01/1988 D 

5/02/1988 A 

5/02/1988 A 

5/02/1988 B 

5/02/1988 A 

5/02/1988 

5/02/1988 

5/03/1988 

5/03/1988 

5/03/1988 

5/04/1988 

5/04/1988 

5/04/1988 

5/04/1988 

5/04/1988 

5/04/1988 

5/05/1988 

5/05/1988 

5/05/1988 

5/05/1988 

5/06/1988 B 

5/07/1988 A 

5/08/1988 D 

5/11/1988 A 

5/13/1988 A 

5/16/1988 B 

5/23/1988 A 

6/16/1988 A 

7/24/1988 A 

7/26/1988 B 

8/01/1988 A 

8/12/1988 C 

8/18/1988 C 

8/19/1988 A 

8/23/1988 B 

8/25/1988 B 



J Oil 

N 

N 

N L40 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

L 

N L40 

N 

N M06 

N 

N L40 

N L40 

J Oil 

N 

N 

J Oil 

J 

N 

N 

N 

N 

T 

L 

N A54 

N 

N L40 

N 

E 

T 

L 

L 

N 

N H70 

N M06 

J 

N 

E 

N 

N S51 

N L40 

E 

N 

N 

N 

NL40 

N 

N 

N M06 

N 

N 

T 

J 

J 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 

J 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N T33 



R56 



T T R56 



R56 
Oil 
Oil 



Oil 



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



CHURCH SERVICE CONFLICT CAUSES GARDNER TO RECONSIDER DEBATE 

CtELAND HEADS VETS GROUP IN SUPPORT Cf GARDNER 

VOTERS IN N.C. WILL CAST BALLOTS IN SEVERAL RACES 

CANDIDATES TURN DO* THE STRETCH TO NOV. ELECTION 

GARDNER RAND TRADE BLOWS OVER MONEY FOR HIGHWAYS 

GARDNER CRITICIZES 'ARROGANT' LEGISLATURE „ ^^ 

LTTgOV. CANDIDATE RAND'S ROAD PLAN: FLOAT $1 BILLION IN BONDS 

GARDNER RIPS SECRET MEETINGS, PORK BARREL 

GARDNER RAPS GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

TONY RAND STRESSES EDUCATION, ECONOMY 

DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATURE RAISES GARDNER'S IRE , ^^ 

GARDNER, RAND ARGUE OVER WHO 'S PLAYING POLITICAL GAWES 

ONE GARDNER-RAND DEBATE AXEDj OTHER STILL ON 

RAND'S RECORD EXCELLENT muv<OA _ 

iffioffi 8SW5/5 SIoncerned for children 

» 38» &WBHU ISSUE 

R^PROSH^SAYpRAND WITHHELD EVIDENCE IN PROBE 
N.C. VOTE NAY REDUCE PARTISANSHIP _^ 

POLITICIANS WILL STEAL ANYTHING, EVEN THEME SONGS 
^GOVERNOR CANDH)ATESDISCUffi t FI^TING CRIME 
VIEW OF LT. GOVERNOR HOPEFULS 'REFRESHING' 
'GLIBNESS GAP' ANOTHER ADVANTAGE FOR GOP 
2 COGERVATION GROUPS GIVE BACKING TO RAND __ 

tmt^nwsml. for not-so-smart pouncs 

?ffl: C gS^ 8 MIHil»U) RK LIEUTENANT GO^RNOR t7n 

P^IIOTREAGAN TO CAMPAIGN IN N.C. FRIDAY FOR BUSH, MARTIN 

SANFORD'S GOAT REMARK UPSETS GOP CANDIDATE 

GARDNER WANTS REBROADCAST OF DEBATE WITH RAND 

SAiFORD'S WHOLE-HOG INSULT 

REMARK ON BARBECUE GETS GARDNER'S GOAT 

RAND SAYS GARDNER SKIPPED MEETINGS 

RAND TOUGH, BUT FAIR . _ 

sfAa^lKS &FBK*. ON SCHOOL STATIONERY 

GARDNIR%W A STaKE THE FIRE IN LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR RACE 
GOP OFFICIALS EXCHANGE WORK 
DEFENDING SINNERS LAWYER'S JOB 
GARDNER AD IS FLAWED 

LmJTB^GO«WQR^WCE DIRTY; GOVERNOR'S RACE CLE4N 
BEING GOOD AT JOB HURTS RAND'S IMAGE 

!®9gS^<^%^®*™™ HISTORY 
MARTIN EMBRACES RUNNING MATE „„_,_ DAr , 

GOATS, BOATS HIGHLIGHT BITTER LT. GOVERNORRACE 
LEGISLATORS SAY MARTIN TAKING CREDIT FOR PROGRAMS 
GOV. MARTIN URGES VOTES FOR GARDNER 

GARDNER BEST CHOICE FOR N.C. ^^ _, A „ 

CANDIDATES FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR RELEASE NEW ADS 

RAND KNEW CLIENTELE 

RAND IS THE CLEAR CHOICE „ mn 

RAND TO FILE LIBEL SUIT AGAINST GARDNER 

CAMPAIGN TRAIL — „„ ,„ 

RAND SAYS HE'LL SUE GARDNER OVER AD 

RAND WOULD PROTECT N.C. WATER 

GARDNER CALLS RAND A 'WIMP, CRYBABY' 

THE LESS GENTLE CAMPAIGN 

MAN OF CHARACTER 

RAND FILES LAWSUIT AGAINST GARDNER 

KlES^KL SUH^GaSVs HIM 'BABY' AND -WIMP' 
GARDNER, RAND KC^AND^tfXIN LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S RACE 
HOW DURHAM VOTED FOR GOVERNOR, LT. GOVERNOR 



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H 


1 8/27/1988 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 8/27/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 9/05/1988 A 


7 N L40 


H 


2 9/06/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 9/07/1988 B 


3 N 


CHH 1 9/07/1988 A 


1 N R63 


H 


1 9/14/1988 B 


8 P N 


H 


2 9/15/1988 C 


8 N W29 


S 


2 9/15/1988 C 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 9/18/1988 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 9/18/1988 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 9/20/1988 B 


2 N 


H 


2 9/25/1988 D 


2 N L40 


H 


2 9/26/1988 A 


5 L 


S 


2 9/26/1988 A 


6 J 


S 


2 9/28/1988 B 


1 P F 


H 


2 10/02/1988 D 


2 P N L40 


H 


2 10/03/1988 A 


1 D N L40 


S 


2 10/03/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


S 


2 10/04/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 10/06/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 10/06/1988 D 


4 N 


S 


2 10/06/1988 A 


14 J Oil 


S 


2 10/07/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


S 


2 10/10/1988 A 


6 J Oil 


CHH 1 10/11/1988 ( 


4 L 


S 


2 10/11/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


S 


•2 10/11/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 10/12/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


CHH 1 10/15/1988 t 


3 N M25 


S 


2 10/17/1988 C 


3 N 


H 


2 10/18/1988 C 


6 N 


H 


2 10/19/1988 B 


2 N 


S 


2 10/19/1988 A 


6 N 


H 


2 10/20/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 10/20/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/21/1988 C 


3 N 


H 


2 10/24/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 10/24/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 10/26/1988 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 10/28/1988 A 


5 L 


H 


1 10/28/1988 C 


3 N 


S 


2 10/28/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 10/30/1988 D 


4 E 


H 


2 10/31/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 10/31/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 10/31/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


S 


2 10/31/1988 A 


9 P N 


S 


2 10/31/1988 A 


9 P N 


S 


2 11/01/1988 A 


3 N 


S 


2 11/02/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 11/03/1988 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 11/03/1988 A 


12 N 


H 


2 11/03/1988 A 


12 N 


S 


2 11/03/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 11/03/1988 A 


13 N 


H 


2 11/04/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 11/04/1988 A 


4 L 


s 


2 11/04/1988 A 


2 N 


S 


2 11/04/1988 C 


2 P P S73 


H 


2 11/05/1988 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 11/05/1968 A 


4 L 


H 


2 11/06/1988 A 


1 D N L40 


H 


2 11/06/1988 D 


6 E 


H 


2 11/06/1988 D 


7 L 


S 


2 11/07/1988 A 


2 N 


S 


2 11/07/1988 C 


4 N 


H 


2 11/08/1988 A 


12 P N 


H 


2 11/09/1988 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 11/09/1988 A 


8 C N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 

12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



GARDNER HEADING FOR WIN, SAYS RAND 

STATE VOTE FOR GOV., LT. GOV. 

GARDNER MARKS HISTORIC VICTORY 

ORANGE CO. VOTE TALLY PRECINCT BY PRECINCT; GOVERNOR'S RACE 

A TITLE WITHOUT CLOUT 

A HEARTY WELCOME WITH A LARGE ROLE, OPEN-FACED DEALING,... (CARTOON) 

JORDAN RETURNS TO HOMETOWN OF MOUNT GILEAD 

GARDNER ELECTION HAY STIR CHANGE IN POWER STRUCTURE 

N.C. SENATE DEMOCRATS, GOP TO DEBATE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ROLE 

GARDNER SAYS GOP MEMBERS TO GET POSTS 

PARTY LEADERS DIFFER OVER GARDNER'S ROLE IN ASSEMBLY 

N.C. SENATE TAKES CONTROL FROM GARDNER 

THE LEGISLATIVE CONFRONTATION 

LT. GOV. GARDNEE'S (CARTOON) 

STATE DEMOCRATS ARE TESTING PEOPLE'S WILL 

GARDNER'S POWER LIMITED BY STATE'S CONSTITUTION 

ROPE-A-DOPE ENDS IN A DRAW 

N.C. DEMOCRATS HAND GARDNER POLITICAL EDGE 

LT. GOVERNOR'S ROLE TO CHANGE 

GARDNER TAKING CRASH COURSE TO PREPARE FOR SENATE DUTIES 

N.C, NATIVES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, FAMOUS NATIVES 
N.C. NATIVE NOMINATED FOR NOBEL PEACE PRIZE 
N.C. NATIVE NOMINATED FOR NOBEL PRIZE 
N.C. NATIVE STONE ON FAST TRACK OF INTERNATIONAL OPERA 
ELIZABETH DOLE EYES THE WHITE HOUSE 
BIG FISH, BIG CAUSE 

'FAME IS LIKE HORSERADISH'... LIVINGSTON TAYLOR GETTING OLDER... 
'HOME OF ENDS SLAUGHTER' SIGNS GOING UP IN ROXBORO 
ASHEVILLE NATIVE IN MIDDLE OF EFFORTS TO OVERTHROW NORIEGA 
SAMMY DAVIS SR., ENTERTAINER'S FATHER, NATIVE OF WILMINGTON 
DURHAM WILL GET JAZZ INSTITUTE 

DESIGNER ALEXANDER JULIAN! A 'COLOURS-FUL' PHILOSOPHER 
GOLFING GREAT GREW UP ON HILLANDALE COURSE 
WORTHY CLINGS TO SIMPLE LIFE IN RITZY LA 
CHAPEL HILL MAN'S CAREER UP, UP AND AWAY 
TO DEBORAH, ELVIS IS DEAD 
TAR HER RECRUITS GO SOUTH OF THE BORDER 
TRAVIS MEETS JAGGER 

'HAZZARD' STAR TAKES ON GEORGIA CONGRESSIONAL RACE 
TOPIC OF THOMAS WOLFE CONES HOME TO CHAPEL HILL 
HANK WILLIAMS JR. ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR 
KURALT TAKES NEWS SPECIAL ON THE ROAD 
AP FLUB SLIGHTS A TAR HEEL 

YOUNG ACTOR J.H. NEWTON WENT BY LONG WAY FROM CHAPEL HILL TO 'SUPERBOY* 
SWISS ROCK STAR IS BACK HOME IN WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH 

N.Ci, OLYMPIANS 
SEE ALSO OLYMPICS 
SOUTHERN PINES MAN TO TOP OFF MUSEUM SALUTE 

N.C, PER CAPITA INCOME 

SEE INCOME, PER CAPITA, N.C 

N.C, PERSONAL INCOME 

SEE PERSONAL INCOME, N.C 

N.C, RANKING 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, RANKINGS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, RANKINGS 
SEE ALSO N.C, IMAGE 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, RANKING 

RETIREES FLOCKING INTO SARASOTA, FLA. 

DANVILLE, VA., FOUND CHEAPEST CITY FOR HOSPITAL STAYj N.C COSTS LOW 

REPORT FINDS N.C. POOR WANT MORE JOB TRAINING 

FOLKS POUR ON KETCHUP IN CHARLOTTE 

WEST VIRGINIANS LEAD IN STUDY OF OVERWEIGHT 

PASS THE KETCHUP, PLEASE 

FIRST UNION MAKES MORE MONEY THAN ANY OTHER U.S. BANK 



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CHH 1 

H 2 

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H 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

H 2 



11/09/1988 A 
11/09/1988 C 
11/10/1988 A 
U/10/1988 A 
ll/U/1988 A 
11/11/1988 A 
11/11/1988 B 
11/16/1988 A 
11/19/1988 C 
11/21/1988 B 
11/24/1988 A 
11/26/1988 A 
11/26/1988 A 
11/29/1988 A 
11/30/1988 A 
12/03/1988 A 
12/04/1988 D 
12/07/1988 A 
12/19/1988 C 
12/27/1988 C 



1/07/1988 A 
1/08/1988 A 
1/31/1988 A 
2/14/1988 B 
2/25/1988 C 
2/26/1988 D 
4/14/1988 B 
4/21/1988 C 
5/22/1988 B 
6/71/1988 A 
7/03/1988 E 
7/08/1988 C 
8/04/1988 B 
8/11/1988 A 
8/17/1988 
9/01/1988 
9/06/1988 
10/03/1988 
10/04/1988 
10/11/1988 
10/14/1988 B 
11/27/1988 D 
12/18/1988 E 
12/18/1988 E 



N T44 
N 
N 
N 
E 
T T R56 
N 
J 
N 
N 

NL40 
N 
E 
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J Oil 
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1 

10 

12 

1 

1 

12 
1 
7 
2 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
12 
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12 
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N 

F L59 
U H49 
F Zll 
F W66 
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N 

N 
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N P38 
U D18 
N Vll 
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N C49 
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U L41 
N M70 
N 
N 
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N 
N 



H 2 2/13/1988 D 3 N 



2 1/04/1988 A 8 C N 

2 1/06/1988 A 1 N 

2 1/14/1988 C 11 N 

2 1/15/1988 B 5 N 

2 1/15/1988 C 3 N 

2 1/16/1988 A 4 E 

2 1/23/1988 A 11 N 



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HONTHLY/ 



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



S U B J E 



WNHH KM 'PRETTY DEPRESSING' 

g^^ai^.ffflwff AT POLLS LIKILY TO RISE 

^CAROLINA CaJNTIE^ARE 1 ^ IN TOP 100 FOR QUALITY OF LIFE 

ucad fur rnp AGAIN 

REPORT'S EDUCATION AND ECONOMIC FINDINGS 'DEPRESSING', GRAVES SAYS 

MINORITY BUSINESS GROUP HEARS MARTIN 

AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SHE 

STATE TAX SYSTEMS COMPARED • 

NEU YORK MOST EXPENSiyEFORJTWVjELERS „„„_.„ 

BEST PLACE FOR COMPANIES? REPORT TAPS THE NORTHEAST 

U.S. USES 'BIZARRE' LOGIC IN ROADS FUNDIN6 

CONNECTICUT LEADS NATION IN PER CAPITA INCOME 

S?»W?NTER SjT^COST ABOUT 50 CENTS 

RAKfli nn auiKfluu 

HrUHB SSrffSlSara 15W LOCST U 

RESEARCHERS UNSURE WHY N.C. RANKS HIGH IN HEART-DISEASE DEATHS 

STATE'S HIGH HEART DISEASE RATE A PUZZLE 

PRODUCERS PUSH N.C. POTATOES 

TEXTILE FIRMS IN N.C. MOVE UP IN RANKINGS 

CROPS UNDER STRESS AS DROUGHT CONTINUES 

1987 LIGHTNING DEATHS A RECORD 

S&L LIST BY STATES 

NATION LOOKS TO 'BOOM' WEEKEND 

POOR MORALE CITED AMONG N.C. TEACHERS 

N.C. KEEPS FIGHTING AGAINST MARIJUANA „ MM __ 1 

STATE PLANS NO CHANGES JN HARIJUANAroADICATION 

SHELBY COMPANY TOP BUILDER OF MOTOCROSS BIKES 

SURVEYt N.C. TOPS FOR NEW BUSINESSES 

INFLATION ON HEELS OF PERSONAL INCOME _ „„ 

TRIANGLE RANKS 58TH IN MONEY'S 300 BEST PLACES TO LIVE 

STUDYSAYSSOUTHERN STATES LAGGING IN MILITARY CONTRACTS 

SURVEY: N.C. LEADS IN INCIDENTS OF BIAS _ 

SIX N.C. CITIES PUZZLED BY RATING OF BEST PLACES TO LIVE 

PEACHES SWEETEN TRIPS TO BEACHES 

SarffianS SFMfS number of lightning fat^hies 

COLLEGE COSTS UP 7X; FEW TOP $20,<XXHHTEAR 

TABLOID CALLS JACKSONVILLE 'GRUBBY' TOWN 

STUDY: N.C. NOT READY FOR HMHER-MYfflfi JOBS 

WORKING CONDITIONS POOR IN N.C, LABOR INSTITUTE SAYS 

STATE'S SWEAT SHOP IMAGE LINGERS 

LOW WAGES MAY HURT FUTURE OF N^C JOBS 

researcher: lightning risk underestimated Aru _ Ar 

METROGffflWTH: 3/4 OF AHERICANSLIVE IN URBAN AREAS 
N.C. INFANT MORTALITY RATE INCREASED 4.3X DURING '87 
STATE JOBLESS RATE RISES 0.6X 

HHflffHUl P^ X T§ B& ACCORDING TO 'STRESS TEST' 
EMfflOKNTtt. GROUP WARNS OF CARBON DIOXIDE BUILDUP 

VM/WWIl HE «AD OF N.Y. ON STRE SS 
NVcTjUST SHORT OF TOP 10 STATES IN FARMRECEIPTS 

H d: IBS H rJUBURJn& turnout 

^sfeWSSB ASSEMBLY, REtfPORTIOKSHT 

N.C, REVENUES 

SEE ALSO INCOME TAXES, N.C 

SEE ALSO N.C, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO N.C, EXPORTS 

SEE ALSO N.C DEFT. OF REVENUE 



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E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 2/05/1988 C 


3 N 


H 


2 2/07/1988 B 


6 N 


S 


2 2/16/1988 B 


1 N 


S 


2 2/17/1988 A 


7 M N 


s 


2 2/26/1988 B 


8 N 


H 


2 3/09/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 3/15/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 3/18/1988 C 


4 N 


H 


2 3/21/1988 B 


9 N 


H 


2 4/05/1988 B 


18 C N 


H 


2 4/10/1988 A 


10 C N 


S 


2 4/12/1988 A 


9 N 


H 


2 4/13/1988 A 


10 P N 


S 


2 4/15/1988 B 


8 J Oil 


H 


2 4/21/1988 D 


9 C N 


S 


2 4/27/1988 C 


2 C N 


H 


2 5/07/1988 A 


2 N 


S 


2 5/09/1988 A 


5 N 


H 


2 5/12/1988 A 


13 N 


H 


2 5/13/1988 B 


5 P N 


S 


2 5/16/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 5/27/1988 A 


2 M N 


S 


2 5/28/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 5/30/1988 B 


9 N 


S 


2 6/06/1988 A 


6 N 


S 


2 6/07/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 6/09/1988 A 


2 MN 


H 


2 6/14/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 6/22/1988 A 


10 C N 


CHH 1 6/28/1988 A 


8 N 


H 


2 6/29/1988 A 


16 N 


S 


2 7/11/1988 C 


3 N 


H 


1 7/12/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


1 7/13/1988 B 


9 N 


S 


2 7/14/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 7/21/1988 D 


6 C N 


H 


2 7/24/1988 A 


6 N 


H 


1 7/26/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 7/26/1988 A 


9 N 


H 


2 7/27/1988 A 


9 N 


H 


2 7/28/1988 B 


1 N H60 


S 


2 8/03/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


1 8/05/1988 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 8/06/1988 A 


1 C N 


S 


2 8/18/1988 C 


18 N 


S 


2 9/03/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 9/06/1988 B 


14 N 


CHH 1 9/06/1988 ft 


4 E 


S 


2 9/07/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 9/07/1988 C 


5 N 


S 


2 9/30/1988 A 


2 N 


H 


2 10/06/1988 D 


5 N 


S 


2 10/12/1988 C 


7 N 


S 


2 10/17/1988 B 


7 N 


S 


2 10/20/1988 A 


3 N 


H 


2 11/20/1988 A 


13 N 


S 


2 12/05/1988 C 


4 N 


H 


2 12/10/1988 B 


14 N 


H 


2 12/14/1988 B 


9 N 


H 


2 12/22/1988 D 


4 N 


H 


2 12/26/1988 B 


1 N 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SU6JE 



SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 
PERSONAL INCOME TAX PROVIDES LARGE SHARE OF STATE REVENUES 
LEGISLATIVE LEADERS SUGGEST WAYS TO USE $45 MILLION TAX WINDFALL 
IT'S TIME FOR MARTIN TO FIT CAMPAIGN PROMISES IN BUDGET 
PROPOSED REPEAL OF INTANGIBLES TAX WILL BE OPPOSED 
ANALYSTS DISPUTE MARTIN'S FIGURES ON TAX REVENUE 
INVENTORY TAX FORMULA HAS OFFICIALS SEEING RED 
LEGISLATORS COMPLAIN ABOUT DELAY ON TAX FIGURES 
MAIL-ORDER TAX MEASURE STEAMS TOWARD PASSAGE 
DEMOCRATS SAY REVENUE FIGURES DISCREDIT MARTIN'S FORECASTS 
N.C. TAX COLLECTIONS HIT 4-YEAR LOW 
STATE TAX COLLECTION GROWTH SLOWEST SINCE 1974 
STATE FEARS BIG TAX LOSS IN SALE OF RJR NABISCO 
PROPOSED RJR NABISCO SALE COULD HURT STATE PENSION FUND 
N.C. TAX REVENUES PROMPT WORRIES ABOUT '89 BUDGET 
LOU TAX COLLECTIONS WORRY OFFICIALS 

N.C, STATE AIRPLANES 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE HELICOPTERS 

DEMOCRATIC CHIEF RAPS GOVERNOR'S USE OF AIRCRAFT 

JORDAN THREATENS COMPLAINT ON MARTIN'S USE OF PLANE 

STATE AIRPLANE RUNS OFF RUNWAY 

N.C, STATE AUTOS 

GOVERNOR'S SON CHARGED IN ACCIDENT 

GOVERNOR'S SON CHARGED IN WRECK 

STATE LOSING MONEY ALLOWING EMPLOYEES TO DRIVE CARS HOME 

STATE SEEKS TO PREVENT RETURN OF FIRED OFFICIAL 

N.C, STATE CONTRACTS 

U.S. PROBES BID-RIGGING OF N.C HIGHWAY CONTRACTS 

MARTIN PROMISES TOUGH PUNISHMENT IF HIGHWAY BID RIGGING FOUND 

BID-RIGGING PROBE BEGAN BY COMPUTER 

BOARD OKS BID FOR WORK IN OXFORD 

SUPERCOMPUTER PLANS ADVANCE: STATE AGENCY APPROVES PACTS FOR MACHINE... 

SECRET CONTRACT N.C SUPERCOMPUTER GLITCH 

SECRET CONTRACT N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER GLITCH 

N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER MYSTERY COST UNVEILED 

N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER MYSTERY COST UNVEILED 

BILL MAY HELP N.C. BUSINESS 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER REPORT DODGES COST OF SUPERCOMPUTER 

GRANGE LEADER CALLS FOR STATE REVIEW OF FARM CONTRACTS 

N.C. STATE EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, SALARIES 

SEE ALSO N.C GENERAL ASSEMBLY, EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE PERSONNEL COMMISSION 

AN UNDETECTED LOOPHOLE? 

ANOTHER WOMAN CONFESSES TO HAVING SEX AT DMV OFFICE 

DMV EMPLOYEES TOLD EMBARRASSMENT WILL PASS 

INDISCRETIONS AND GREED 

GOVERNOR RAISES POSSIBILITY DEMOCRATS FINANCING SUIT 

SPECIAL SESSION OF LEGISLATURE CONSIDERED 

HEARING HELD FOR FORMER DMV EMPLOYEE 

POLICY WOULD BAN MOST AIDS DISCRIMINATION 

FORMER MOTOR VEHICLES CLERK IS ACQUITTED OF SOLICITATION 

MEMOS WOULDN'T HAVE BROUGHT FIRINGS-MARTIN 

NURSE WHO LOST HER JOB DUE TO INJURY SUES STATE 

STOTT CASE IMPERILS POLITICAL PARTISANSHIP 

SPURIOUS EVIDENCE 

MARTIN WILL TESTIFY IN FIRING OF DEMOCRATS 

MARTIN WILL CALL FOUR FORMER GOVERNORS TO TESTIFY 

NEW POLICY TO BAR DISCRIMINATION AGAINST STATE WORKERS WITH AIDS 

LEGISLATURE URGED TO REGULATE DRUG TESTING 

INCREASED PAY, BENEFITS BACKED FOR ADULT SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 



. C T S 




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I T 


N 


E E 




L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 1/27/1988 A 


15 


J Oil 


H 


2 4/01/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 4/25/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


1 4/29/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/23/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 5/23/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/26/1988 A 


18 P N 


H 


2 6/17/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 7/29/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 10/25/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 10/26/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/21/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/26/1988 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 12/28/1988 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/29/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 6/17/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 10/08/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/11/1988 B 


11 


N 


S 


2 3/09/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 3/10/1988 A 


19 


N 


H 


2 7/25/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 9/18/1988 D 


13 


N 


S 


2 9/08/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 9/09/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 9/10/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 9/10/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 9/22/1988 A 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 10/02/1988 A 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 10/02/1988 A 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 10/05/1988 A 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 10/05/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


CHH 1 10/05/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 10/08/1988 C 


1 


N R80 


H 


2 10/22/1988 C 


3 


N 



S 


2 


1/01/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/08/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 


1/09/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/12/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/14/1988 B 


5 P N 


H 


2 


1/15/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/05/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


2/05/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/06/1988 A 


11 P N 


H 


2 


2/08/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/10/1988 A 


11 PN 


H 


2 


2/11/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/11/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


2/18/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/19/1988 B 


12 


N 


H 


2 


2/24/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/24/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


1 


3/03/1988 B 


2 


N 



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JUDGE ASKED TO REVERSE DECISION ON CLASS ACTION 
FORMER DHV EMPLOYEE PLEADS GUILTY IN SEX CASE 

LAW OUSTS NCCU BOARD CHAIRMAN 

HOLLAND FORCED TO LEAVE NCCU BOARD 

TOWER NCCU TRUSTEE'S WIFE WILL KEEP STATE JOB 

TRUSTEES SHOULD BE CHECKED MORE CLOSELY 

EX-BOARD CHAIRMAN AT NCCU CHANGES MIND 

HOLLAND REVERSES NCCU POST STANCE ^^ 

MaCYFOR GUARD USED TO PAY AN AIDE INSTEAD 

OFFICIAL SCOTCHES DAY-CAR£ CENTER, GYMNASIUM PLANS 

JUDGE ASKED TO DISQUALIFY HIMSELF , ^ nwm , 

COURT SAYS PANEL CAN REINSTATE FIRED STATE EMPLOYEES 
MARTWS KJDGCT PLAN CONTAINS MEAL REIMBURSEMENT PROVISION 
COURT GIVES SOME EXTENSION SERVICE WORKERS PAY AWARDS 
BILL WOULD MAKE TAX EVASION FELOHlf mm 
AUDITOR WANTS nGHTER^TROLSON SETTLEMENTS 

KK^lESfe SS?s§i$Wr TO RESI* 

WILXIfFc^KIW'S^IRmAiSES PANEL TO LEAVE HIRING ALONE 

STATE EMPLOYEE ORDERED REINSTATED „„ 

DR&!kENDRIVING FOULUP LEADS TO FIRING OF OFFICIAL 

APPOINTEE RESISTING RESIGNATION ^^ 

PARTY AFFILIATION SHOULDN'T ^ T i»«<^=™* 

SCHOOL BOARD ADOPTS TOUGH GUIDELINES^ ETHICS 

STATE SEEKS TO PREVENT RETURN OF FIRED OFFICIAL , m „ w 

LOCAL MAN STILL WAITING FOR ANSWERS IN DISCRIMINATION CASE 

DEMOCRATS' 'HIT LIST' CHARGE DRAWS COMPLAINT FROM ATTORNEY GENERAL 

SBIMRECTOR SAYS HE DIDN'T RELEASE AGENTS' ADDRESSES 

PANEL OKS PLAN TO RESTRICT DRUG TESTING 

N.C.. STATE EMPLOYEES, EXPENSE ACCOUNTS 

SEE NVC., STATE fflPLOYEES, TRAVEL EXPENSES 

N.C., STATE EMPLOYEES, FRINGE BENEFITS 

DENTAL COVERAGE EYED FOR STATE EMPLOYEES 

SENATE ATTEMPTS TO SPEED PAYMENTS TO SUBCONTRACTORS 

LAWMAKERS SAYS SENATECAPITULATED TO HOUSE ON BILL 

BUSY BLUE CRO& PHONES FRUSTRATE STATE WORKERS 

WS^iSSlSiSW^Wt STATE CLAIMS 
COMWrERDELAYS CTATE EMPLOYEES' HOSPITAL CLAIMS 
BLUE CROSSADDING STAFF TO HANDLE CLAIM BACKLOG 

%k ^ffi$^?W%8™ FWLTS EMPLOYEE SURCHARGE. 
STATE 1*0 CHANGE PREDICTED TO ANGER STATE EMPLOYEES 
BLUE CROSS PUuSuTLEAVES THOUSANDS WITHOUT HMO 
BLUE CROSS HMO PULLOUT CAUGHT WORKERSBY SURPRISE 
DENTAL COVERAGE EYED FOR STATE EMPLOYEES 

IlUe\rOSsW.C?T™DROP* FEDERAL WORKERS' HEALTH MAINTENANCE PLAN 
MAXICARE WITHDRAWS BID TO OFFER STATE HEALTH PLAN 

STATE EMPLOYEES MAY FACE HIGHER HEALTH-CARE COSTS 
N.C., STATE EMPLOYEES, LAYOFFS 

"^MW^^reiwTflrerao state employees m 

STATE ^AUTHORITY PLANS TO LAY OFF 19 WORKERS AFTER 1ST LOSS... 
N.C., STATE EMPLOYEES, MERIT PAY 



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2 


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2 


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2 


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2 


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2 


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2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


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2 


S 


2 


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3/12/1988 
3/19/1988 
3/19/1988 
3/21/1988 
3/21/1988 .. 
3/22/1988 B 
3/22/1988 A 
4/05/1988 A 
4/07/1988 D 
V17/1988 A 
5/04/1988 D 
5/24/1988 B 
6/10/1988 A 
6/22/1988 A 
7/31/1988 C 
8/04/1988 B 
8/19/1988 A 
8/19/1988 A 
8/20/1988 B 
8/20/1988 D 
9/02/1988 B 
9/03/1988 B 
9/04/1988 C 
9/09/1988 B 
9/18/1988 D 
9/22/1988 A 
9/25/1988 A 
10/21/1988 C 
12/20/1988 A 



8 N 
8 N 
1 P N N36 
1 P N 

N S92 

E 

N N36 

N S92 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M25 

N 

N 

N L40 



H 2 6/15/1988 B 7 N 
H 2 6/18/1988 D 4 N 
H 2 7/13/1988 A 9 N 



S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 



1/02/1988 C 
1/03/1988 A 
1/08/1988 B 
1/28/1988 A 
2/04/1988 
2/12/1988 
3/11/1988 
6/07/1988 
6/08/1983 
6/09/1988 . 
6/10/1988 B 
6/15/1988 B 
6/16/1988 A 
7/01/1988 B 
7/02/1988 C 
7/11/1988 B 
8/21/1988 A 
11/17/1988 C 



2 

13 

4 

28 

6 

5 

12 

12 

1 

8 

5 

7 

4 

4 

2 

7 

14 

5 



H 2 5/04/1988 D 5 
H 1 9/02/1988 C 3 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M25 

N 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N C60 

N 



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12/31/1988 



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S I T 
E ELY 

D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



SEE ALSO N.C., STATE EMPLOYEES, SALARIES 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C., MERIT PLAN 

COMMITTEE TENTATIVELY BACKS STATE MERIT PAY RESTORATION 

MERIT PAY CAN HELP EMPLOYEES, CITIZENS 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, OFFICE SPACE 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE BUILDING 

N.C., STATE EMPLOYEES, POLITICAL ACTIVITIES 

COSTS FOR GOVERNOR'S RACE ARE EXPECTED TO REACH $10 MILLION 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, RETIREMENT PLANS 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, FRINGE BENEFITS 
LAWMAKERS SAYS SENATE CAPITULATED TO HOUSE ON BILL 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, SALARIES 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, FRINGE BENEFITS 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, MERIT PAY 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C, SALARIES 

INSTITUTE PUBLISHES BOOKLET ON SALARIES 

MARTIN AND JORDAN ENDORSE MERIT PAY FOR STATE WORKERS 

BUS DRIVERS TO GET SAME PAY AS AIDES 

STATE PAYS $244,299.81 TO SETTLE SUIT 

SUBCOMMITTEE BACKS PAY HIKE 

IT'S TIME FOR MARTIN TO FIT CAMPAIGN PROMISES IN BUDGET 

CAMERON'S POLITICAL DECEPTION 

HAZARDOUS WASTE COMMISSION DIRECTOR SAYS $80,000-A-YEAR JOB WAS PAY CUT 

MARTIN'S BUDGET PROPOSAL INCLUDES 4.5X PAY RAISE 

AP NUHBERS WRONG 

AP ERRED ON STATE EMPLOYEE PAY RAISE TOTALS 

LEGISLATORS: PLAN WOULDN'T GIVE UNIFORM 4.5X RAISE 

DON'T INSULT STATE WORKERS 

PAY RAISE BILL GETS COOL RECEPTION 

EXUM PROPOSES MAGISTRATES PAY HIKE 

STATE BUDGET GETS NOD ; PROPOSAL OKS RAISES BUT LACKS MANY OF MARTIN'S... 

PAY INCREASE COULD EASE NURSE SHORTAGE 

4.5 PERCENT RAISE UNACCEPTABLE 

HANDFUL OF NEW LAWS TAKE EFFECT JULY 1 IN N.C. 

WORKER'S PAY HIKE CONCERNS OFFICIALS 

STATE EMPLOYEE'S PAY RAISES CONCERN SOME OFFICIALS 

SBI'S MORGAN SEEKS FUNDS FOR PAY RAISES 

STATE BUDGET CRUNCH HURTS CHANCES FOR PAY RAISES 

STAT E EMPL OYEES, AGENCIES WORRYING ABOUT SHORTFALL 

COMMITTEE TENTATIVELY BACKS STATE MERIT PAY RESTORATION 

MARTIN HULLS SWAPS FOR PAY RAISES 

MERIT PAY CAN HELP EMPLOYEES, CITIZENS 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, STATE AUTOS 
SEE N.C, STATE AUTOS 
SEE N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, TRAVEL EXPENSES 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, TRAVEL EXPENSES 
SEE ALSO EXPENSE ACCOUNTS 
N.C RECRUITER IN JAPAN SUSPENDED 
RETIRING SUPERINTENDENT ON THE ROAD 
FORMER RECRUITER IN JAPAN WON'T FACE ANY CHARGES 
STATE LOSING MONEY ALLOWING EMPLOYEES TO DRIVE CARS HOME 

N.C, STATE HELICOPTERS 
SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE AIRPLANES 
MARTIN'S HELICOPTER TRIPS TO HOME RAISE QUESTIONS 

N.C CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL, GRADUATES 

NCCU ATHLETES' GRADUATION RATE SURPASSES OTHERS 

N.C, STATE SYMBOLS 

SEE N.C, EMBLEMS AND STATE SYMBOLS 

N.C, TAX RATE 



2 12/13/1988 A 
2 12/15/1988 A 



H 2 6/13/1988 B 1 P N 



H 2 7/13/1988 A 9 N 



H 


2 


1/22/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


3/02/1988 C 


14 


N L40 


S 


2 


3/03/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/14/1988 D 


11 


N 


S 


2 


4/15/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


4/25/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


5/05/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


5/06/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/09/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


5/10/1988 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 


5/17/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


5/30/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 


6/07/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/10/1988 A 


1 


N 


CHH 1 


6/11/1988 A 


3 


N K65 


H 


2 


6/14/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


1 


6/30/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


8/29/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


8/30/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


9/07/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/03/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 12/05/1988 C 


4 


J 


H 


2 12/13/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 12/15/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 12/15/1988 A 


4 


E 



H 1 2/24/1988 C 2 N 

S 2 4/25/1988 A 3 N 

H 2 6/29/1988 A 16 N 

H 2 7/25/1988 B 7 N 



H 2 6/06/1988 B 6 N 



H 2 12/21/1988 C 1 N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJE 



SE BR£AKS URot'fOR C STATE»S LOWER-INCOME TAXPAYERS 
DUWAM'S^EFTCCTIVE' TAX RATE IS HIGHEST IN TRIANGLE 

N ' C ' AiT CAWUS^JACKSON TERRITORY,' HONORING FAMOUS GRAB 
NX. STATE TOWRESEARCH ABOUT PUTTING MAN ON MARS 
NASA TO FUND MARS RESEARCH AT N.C. SCHOOLS 
AiT STATE ESTABLISHES FIRST BOARD OF VISITORS 

KEEPING FEET ON THE GROUND ^ Al TTV 

HA, CENTER MAY MAKE MARS MISSIpNA REALITY 
RADIOACTIVE VIALS FOUND IN DUK^ER ATAiT 
RADIOACTIVE VIALS FOUND IN A IT DWSTER 
HOMICIDE SUSPECTED IN AiT TEACHER'S DEATH 
R^IOACTIVETRASH FOUND ON AiT JMIWS 
imWITY QUESTIONED IN ACQUITTAL _ 
GOVERNORS OK NEW PROGRAM FOR N.C. STATE 
FRANMJW PORTRAIT ON DISPLAY AT AiT STATE 

N.C. AiT STATE UNIV., ADMISSIONS^ 

CHILDREN OF JLUWIDESERVE EXEMPTION 
AiT, UNC-G MEET OUT-OF-STATE LIMIT 

N.C. AiT STATE UNIV., AUDIT _ TUAurTA1 TllMl n T , 

AUDITOR SAYS Ait STATE OVER FINANCIAL TURMOIL 

N.C. AiT STATE UNIV., COMMENCEjfHT^ 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C, COMMENCEMENT ._,.„,__, 
JACKSON DUCTED TO DRAW CROUD AT AiT GRADUATION 
JACKSON CHARGES AiT GRADS; CLAIMS 'PANIC HAS HIT BUSH 
COMMENCEMENT GEMS 

WITH BROKEN JAM, PLEDGE SPEAKS OUT AGAINST HAZING 

NCCUNURSING PROGRAM MAY FACE '88 SHUTDOWN 

fl&SWSJS !K Sl *EDS MORE THAN THREATS-OFFICIAL 
NOT NURSING PROGRAM GETS UNC REVIEW 

N.C. AiT STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
AKRON 63, N.C. AiT 57 

XIVE^SP^kffiTECH'pAST STUBBORN AiT, 84-72 
N.C. AiT 89, FLORIDA AiM 86 
NC AiT 84, UMES 63^ a#t 

!ffi&^«S L^DESPITE HILL'S 43 

UK? «^T IS H^fiT|woyLD PL** RIGHT SEED 

SYRACUSE STRUGGLES BEFORE STOPPING AiT 

AGGIES GIVE ORANGEMEN A SCARE 

RHODE ISLAND SEEKING RESPECT 

FANS GENEROUS TO AGGIES ajt 

EAGLES SPRING 'LEAK,' RIP AiT, 66-54 

VISITING EAGLES DEMOLISH AiT AGGIES 

RADFORD 84, N.C. AiT 68 

UNC-WILMINGTON 70, N.C. AiT 61 

N.C. AiT STATE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

BRONCOS HIRE FORTE AWAY FROM N.C. AiT 
HAYES EXPECTED TO GET AiT JOB 



C T S 




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S 


I T 


N 


F 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


—DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


? 


1/14/1988 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


1/31/1988 D 


5 U A20 


H 


2 


3/06/1988 B 


1 P N L90 


H 


? 


4/30/1988 C 


2 N 


S 


2 


5/02/1988 A 


8 N 


H 


? 


5/28/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


3 


5/28/1988 C 


7 P P 


H 


? 


5/30/1988 B 


1 N 


R 


7 


6/04/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


? 


6/05/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


7/14/1988 B 


2 N 


H 


? 


7/21/1988 B 


2 N 


H 


7 


9/06/1988 A 


16 N 


H 


? 


9/10/1988 D 


5 N 


H 


2 


9/28/1988 C 


3 N 



S 2 6/06/1988 A 4 E 
S 2 9/10/1988 B 8 N 

H 2 4/13/1988 D 4 N 



H 2 5/06/1988 A 7 N 
H 2 5/09/1988 B 1 P N 
H 2 5/11/1988 A 4 E 



H 


2 2/19/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 4/18/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 1/15/1988 C 


1 


N L90 


S 


2 1/15/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 1/16/1988 C 


1 


N L90 


H 


2 4/08/1988 C 


1 


N L90 


S 


2 7/30/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 1/03/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 1/15/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 1/20/1988 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 1/26/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 2/02/1988 C 




N 


S 


2 2/11/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 2/14/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 3/06/1988 C 


4 


N 


s 


2 3/10/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 3/17/1988 D 


1 P U M14 


H 


2 3/17/1988 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 3/18/1988 B 


1 P N M14 


s 


2 3/18/1988 D 


2 P U A76 


s 


2 3/19/1988 B 


3 P N A76 


H 


2 4/01/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 12/01/1988 D 


1 


N P75 


s 


2 12/01/1988 B 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 12/09/1988 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 12/11/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 3/05/1988 D 


1 


P N 


H 


2 4/22/1988 B 


1 


N C36 









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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



lattimore: CIAA WILL HISS HAYES 

HAYES' HIRING WITH AGGIES HADE OFFICIAL 

EAGLES FOCUS ON AGGIES 

EAGLES VS. AGGIES: THIS ONE BOILS DOWN TO HATTER OF PRIDE 

N.C. A&T AT N.C. CENTRAL 

EAGLES (PRINTED IN FULL 9-5-88) 

EAGLES GET OFF TO RUNNING START 

DEFENSE RULES IN EAGLES' OPENER 

UINSTON-SALEH 26, N.C. A&T 6 

FANFARE/FACILITATING A MOVE 

N.C. A&T SNAPS LOSING STREAK 

W. CAROLINA 45, N.C. A&T 10 

HOWARD 37, N.C. A&T 8 



SUBJECTS 



D — DATE- 



PAGE1381 
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S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



4/23/1988 D 
4/24/1988 C 
8/31/1988 D 
9/01/1988 D 
9/03/1988 D 
9/04/1988 B 
9/05/1988 B 
9/05/1988 D 
9/11/1988 C 
9/16/1988 B 
9/18/1988 C 
10/16/1988 C 
10/23/1988 C 



N C36 

N 

NP52 

N P75 

N 

N 

N P75 

U P52 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



N.C. AFL-CIO 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 

LABOR LEADER SAYS MOVEMENT ALIVE, GOING TO SUCCEED H 2 

'NOT PRO-UNION, NOT ANTI-UNION' JORDAN ACCEPTS ENDORSEMENT FROM AFL-CIO H 2 

N.C. AFL-CIO SEEKS RJR NABISCO BOYCOTT H 2 

UNIONS SEE UNREST AT N.C. PLANTS S 2 

UNION SIGHTS ON 2 N.C. PLANTS H 2 



N.C. AIDS SERVICE COALITION 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IHMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, N.C. CASES 
UNIVERSITY HOSTS WORLD AIDS DAY 

N.C. AIDS TASK FORCE 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IHMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, N.C. CASES 

AIDS MUST 'HIT HOME' BEFORE POLITICIANS TAKE IT SERIOUSLY, SAYS JOLLY 
NORTH CAROLINA CRITICIZED FOR DELAY IN AIDS PROGRAM 
AIDS TASK FORCE URGES STRONGER LAWS 
AIDS TASK FORCE UNVEILS GRIH REPORT 

N.C. ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 

HEALTH EXPERT WANTS BENZENE PUT BACK ON LIST OF POLLUTANTS 

N.C. ACADEMY OF TRIAL LAWYERS 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 
TRIAL LAWYERS' GROUP ENDORSES RAND 
LAWYERS ENDORSE TWO INCUMBENTS 
2 CHAPEL HILL LAWYERS ON BOARD 

N.C. AD VALOREM TAX DIVISION 

SEE ALSO N.C. PROPERTY TAX COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

PERSON TO SUBMIT COMPLAINT ON TAX ASSESSMENT RATIOS 

PERSON SUBMITS COMPLAINT ON TAXES 

N.C. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS 
SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 
COURT ADMINISTRATOR TO LEAVE POST 
LOWER FEES URGED FOR COURT-APPOINTED LAWYERS 
OUT-OF-RETIREMENT JUDGES CRITICIZED BY ANTI-DWI HEAD 
COURT OFFICIAL STRESSES SAVINGS IN PUBLIC DEFENDER SYSTEM 
N.C. JUDGES HANDLE HEAVIER CASELOADS 
DURHAM PROGRAM KEEPS WINDOWS FROM BECOMING BARS 
STATE COURT SYSTEM TO HAVE HIRING SLOWDOWN 
SUPERIOR COURT DISPUTE TAKING ITS TOLL AMONG N.C. TRIAL JUDGES 

N.C. ADVERTISING HALL OF FAME 

UNC HALLS OF FAME TO HOLD INDUCTIONS 
JOURNALISM SHRINES TO INDUCT FOUR 
HALLS OF FAME TAP JOURNALISTS, POLLSTER 
JOURNALISTS INDUCTED INTO HALL OF FAME 

N.C. ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO N.C, BUDGET 
ROYALL, GOVERNOR EXCHANGE NASTY NOTES ON BUDGET WORK 
ROYALL-HARTIN SPAT TYPICAL PARTY FUSS 
ROYALL PREDICTS MARTIN BUDGET FACING TROUBLE 



9/08/1988 
9/09/1988 
9/10/1988 
9/19/1988 
9/20/1988 



14 PN 
2 N 
8 N 

7 N 

8 N 



CHH L 12/02/1988 A 1 P N S17 



H 


2 1/30/1988 C 


1 


N K65 


S 


2 7/13/1988 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 11/11/1988 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 12/30/1988 C 


3 


N 



H 1 6/04/1988 B 5 N 



H 2 3/15/1988 C 6 N 
H 2 3/17/1988 C 11 N 
S 2 6/27/1988 A 3 N 



1 9/09/1988 C 
1 9/21/1988 C 



1 PNT33 
1 N 



1/21/1988 B 
2/29/1988 A 
4/24/1988 B 
5/25/1988 A 
5/26/1988 C 
6/27/1988 A 
9/18/1988 B 
10/11/1988 B 



4 
14 
1 
6 
8 
1 
3 
6 



N S82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S82 

N 

N 



2 2/76/1988 C 

2 3/30/1988 C 

2 3/31/1988 A 

2 4/11/1988 B 



H 2 5/11/1988 B 
H 2 5/13/1988 A 
H 2 5/13/1988 C 



3 N 

4 N U80 
18 N 

1 P N M25 



1 P N L40 
4 E 
1 N L40 



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PORTS AUTHORITY WANTS NEARLY *50 HILLION 

ENROLLMENT TOPS BUDGET ISSUES 

MARTIN MULLS SWAPSFOR PAY RAISES 
GOVERNOR'S OPEN DOOR SLAMS SHUT 

N.C. ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO THE U.S. COMMISSION ON CIVIL RIGHTS 
^Ci&ffi KEE HOLDS 1ST MEETING IN YE* 

N.C. ADVISORY COUNCIL ON EDUCATION 

S ^SUTOR C KnTED TO EDUCATION COUNCIL 

N.C. ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INDIAN EDUCATION 

^E^TlST&L'AiMS TO IMPROVE INDIANS' LOT 

N.C. AERONAUTICS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO AIRPORTS, N.C. imMMr 

PERSON AIRPORT TO GET tt.OOO GRANT 

N.C. AGRIBUSINESS COUNCIL 

SE |pEAra« G IN C RALEIGH DIFFER ON REASONS FOR CLIMATE CHANGES 

N.C. AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIV. 
SEE N.C. AJJ STATE UNIV. 

1 S3 ^^"SSBW EXTENSION OFFICE 

SEE ALSO 4-H CLUBS 

SEE ALSO GARDENING, NX. 

SEE ALSO P^'roUNnAGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE 

OSsH-anwatLB n M ™ «« 

N.C. AGRICULTURAL FINANCE AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO FARM CREDITS 

*&&&$& BBrf JMBlB FIRST APPLICATIONS 

COMPUTERS ALSO COUNT COU CHEUS 

N.C. AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSOLATION SERVICE 
851,483 ACRES TO LIE FALLOW IN STATE 
IDLE CROPLAM) WILL BRING »130 MILLION 

NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURE (BOOK) 

NEW BOOK EXAMINES N.C. FARMING, COUNTY BY COUNTY 

N.C. AGRICULTURE DEPT. 

SEE N.C. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE 

N.C. AIR NATIONAL GUARD 

^GO^iW^ZriinE^ *E CALLED KSS 

N.C. ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY 
SEE ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 
SEE ALSO ABC LAWS 
SEE ALSO ABC STORES 



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

H 2 9/30/1988 C 3 N 

CHH 1 11/29/1988 A 3 P N L90 

H 2 12/15/1988 A 1 N L40 

H 2 12/18/1988 D 2 U L40 



S 1 10/28/1988 C 4 N 



H 2 3/01/1988 A 14 N 



CHH 1 7/29/1988 A 3 N L90 



H 1 6/14/1988 B 1 N R53 



H 2 10/05/1988 B 5 N 



H 2 6/10/1988 A 15 N 

CHH 1 6/24/1988 A 8 N S63 

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

H 2 12/05/1988 B 7 N 



H 2 11/16/1988 A 14 N 



S 2 5/04/1988 B 5 N 
S 2 6/02/1988 A 13 N 



H 1 6/03/1988 C 2 N 
H 2 6/16/1988 A 13 N 

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



H 2 8/18/1988 A 16 N 



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Y/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



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SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ABC 

CHARLES KNOX RESIGNS FROM STATE ABC JOB 

CHARLOTTE LAWYER IS REAPPOINTED TO ABC PANEL 

VANCE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT TO ASSUME ABC LAW ROLE 

N.C. ALCOHOLISM RESEARCH AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 
ALCOHOLISM STUDY GROUP DEFENDS USE OF STATE MONEY FOR BAR TAB 
ALCOHOLISM AUTHORITY FLUBS SYMBOLIC GESTURE 
LIQUOR AT MEETING DEFIES LOGIC 

N.C. ALLIANCE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL 
SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 
ALLIANCE FOR MENTALLY ILL HONORS MILLER FOR LAW 
MILLER WINS SERVICE AWARD 
MENTALLY ILL ENDING UP IN PRISONS 
DURHAM GETS LOU HARKS FOR MENTAL HEALTH CARE 
doctor: NO MENTAL PATIE NTS denied HELP 

MORE TIME, MONEY NEEDED ON MENTAL HEALTH, SAY ADVOCATES AFTER REPORT 
OFFICIAL'S REMARKS COMPOUND PAIN, STIGMA OF MENTAL ILLNESS 
PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS' NEEDS CITED 

N.C. ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORP. 
SEE ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORP. 

N.C. ALTERNATIVE FARMING FIELD DAYS 
SEE ALSO FARMERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ORGANIC FARMING 
ALTERNATIVE FARMING DAYS START TODAY AT ELON COLLEGE 

N.C. AMATEUR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
GOODES USES PUTTING TIP FOR AMATEUR LEAD 
BRADLEY 9 UP AT N.C. AM 
BRADLEY BREEZES IN AMATEUR 

N.C. AMATEUR SPORTS 

SEE ALSO STATE GAMES OF NORTH CAROLINA 

SEE ALSO U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL (FORMERLY NATIONAL SPORTS FESTIVAL) 

CARROU TRADES NCAS POST FOR PRIVATE VENTURE 

AMATEUR SPORTS ENDOWS ATHLETICS 

ENDOWMENT CREATED FOR AMATEUR SPORTS 

STATE GAMES SET FOR JUNE 

JUST FOR FUN; THESE GAMES ARE FOR STATE'S PARTICIPANTS, NOT SPECTATORS 

OLYMPIC FESTIVAL SPINOFFS 

TORCH RUN OPENS N.C. GAMES 

AFTER OLYMPIC GOLD, ETZEL SEEKS STATE GAMES T-SHIRT 

BALKY TORCH DOESN'T HAMPER CEREMONY 

STATE GAMES DRAWS COMPETITORS FOR A VARIETY OF REASONS, SPORTS 

AFTER WEEKEND RUN, STATE GAMES OF N.C. TERMED SUCCESSFUL 

AREA PROJECTS ARE CAUGHT IN CONFLICT 

SPORTS COMPLEX UNITY NOT LIKELY TO HAPPEN 

CANOE-KAYAK COURSE HAY BE BUILT 

FANFARE/NCAS TO MAKE BID 

NCAS BIDS FOR 1993 WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES 

CARROU UNVEILS BID FOR WORLD GAMES 

WORLD GAMES WOULD RAISE AREA SPORTS LEVEL 

WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES; DECISION TO BE MADE TODAY... 

TRIANGLE DIDN'T LOSE IN EFFORT TO GET GAMES 

FANFARE/NCAS SETS EVENTS 

N.C. ANNUAL TESTING COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, ANNUAL TESTING PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, COMPETENCY TESTS 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, ANNUAL TESTING PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, COMPETENCY TESTS 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S., ACHIEVEMENT STUDIES 
ACHIEVEMENT TESTS MAY BE EXPANDED 



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



H 2 2/18/1988 C 20 N 
H 2 4/13/1988 D 4 N 
H 1 11/16/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 7/16/1988 C 4 N 
S 2 7/19/1988 A 4 E 
S 2 7/28/1988 A 4 L 



H 


2 5/01/1988 B 


14 


N 


S 


2 5/04/1988 A 


9 


N 


S 


2 9/12/1988 B 


5 


J on 


S 


2 9/14/1988 A 


1 


N H65 


S 


2 9/15/1988 A 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 9/15/1988 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 9/21/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 12/21/1988 B 


7 


N 



H 1 6/21/1988 B 1 N 



H 


2 


6/17/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


6/19/1988 C 


5 N 


H 


2 


6/20/1988 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 


2/24/1988 A 


1 P N W82 


H 


2 


2/25/1988 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


2/25/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


5/22/1988 C 


1 M N C52 


H 


2 


5/23/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/15/1988 B 


1 M N C47 


H 


2 


6/16/1988 D 


1 M N C68 


H 


2 


6/18/1988 C 


1 P N C47 


H 


2 


6/19/1988 C 


4 N 


H 


2 


6/21/1988 B 


4 N C68 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 A 


7 N L40 


H 


2 


9/30/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


1 10/21/1988 B 


1 N P41 


H 


2 10/30/1988 C 


12 N 


H 


2 11/18/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 11/23/1988 D 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 11/26/1988 A 


4 E 


s 


2 12/02/1988 C 


1 N H70 


s 


2 12/06/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/24/1988 D 


3 N 



H 1 2/04/1988 B 1 N 



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N.C. AQUARIUM 

SEE ALSO AQUARIUM 

TWMitikB TOUCHES 

WSS &X9& ^^lTex&^live; MOTHER KILLED 

^00 ffi SPEW WHALE CALF EXPECTED TO LIVE; MOTHER KILLED 
&ALECALF RECOVERING FROM BEACHING ORDEAL 
BABY UHALE THAT WASHED ASHORE IN N.C. DIES AT SEA WORLD 
SOWTERQUFFS MARTIN'S HIGHWAY BOND PROGRAM 

fSWfS^^&KOB CRITICIZED _ 
pSeTTO OPPOSE CHARGING FEES AT STATE'S AQUARIUMS 
STATE FUNDSSHOULD KEEP COASTAL AQUARIUMS FIT 

N.C, ART PROJECT 

S ^ S PE0PLE , SIMPLY DON'T WANT TO SIGN A BLANK SHIRT 

N.C. ARTS COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO ARTS, NX. 

SE FELLWSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR N.C. COMPOSERS AND JAZZ MUSICIANS 
BIMBE XX BEGINS* CAROLINA CLOSING 
ABTTD PS ARTICLES 
CITY^SARTS EXPLOSION IS A BOOST TO TRIANGLE 

W& ScSS'^IctSeD FOR FESTIVAL 
W GETSA NEWHOUSE, ARLO COMING, t SCOJS TO GATHER 
ADF, N.C. ARTS COUNCIL GET NEW ADMINISTRATORS 

$fe fttHWBL ECONOMY EACH YtAR 
OmLHILL BLUES BAND TAKES FIRST PR ZE 

GOV\ ^APPOINTS 2 TO STATE ARTS COUNCIL 

M05 TAKES ON SOAPERSi DOG STALLED UNTIL OCTOBER __„ 

raNCH?TSPLAM€DTOtCLP OUT THE ROBBED 'REV.' BILLY C. UIRTZ 
LAKESIDE JAZZ CONCERT 

N.C. ASA JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

SE ^ S TO S HOST A N^C. JUNIOR OLYMPICS SWIMMING MEETS 

N.C. ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO ASSOCIATED PRESS „„ 

**£S]!$>iBJSg88Ss FOR CATION 

martin: N.C. STILL has good chance at collider 

CANDIDATES BACK OPEN MEETINGS 

N.C, ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDEDCITIZENS 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CHILDREN „_.„, 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 

SEE ALSO offi'COUNTY R ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 
CARE PROVIDERS APPRECIATED „„«,„„ 

H8 HUB W^-B^WSUd 

IBflHnffll STATE ARC AW*DS 

N,C iEE^SO AT SKTc? ^L^NAHES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
i TnirrwS^lVWFRNfa CANDIDATES ANSWER QUESTIONS ON HOMELESS 

S S SlfSMONamy health care 

it mu. CANDIDATES ANSWER ENVIRONMENTAL QUESTIONS 
LIEU&TMVERNOR CANDIDATES SPEAK OUT ON EDUCATIONAL ISSUES 
CANDIDATES ANSWER CONSUL QUESTIONS 
OPEN BUDGET MEETINGS TRICKY STATE ISSUE 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 



S 

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



4/29/1988 D 

5/18/1988 C 

5/19/1988 B 

5/19/1988 B 

5/20/1988 B 

5/21/1988 B 

7/07/1988 C 

7/09/1988 D 

10/19/1988 B 

10/20/1988 C 

10/22/1988 A 



10 
1 
4 
4 
4 
7 

16 
4 
4 
2 
4 



1 
N 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
E 



H 2 10/02/1988 B 1 P U N36 



1/21/1988 D 
6/14/1988 A 
6/23/1988 D 
6/29/1988 A 
7/07/1988 D 
7/12/1988 B 
7/26/1988 B 
7/28/1988 D 
8/04/1988 D 
8/04/1988 D 
8/09/1988 A 
8/09/1988 B 
9/06/1988 A 
9/27/1988 B 
10/17/1988 B 



N 

U U66 
N 659 
E 
N 

N W66 
U U66 
N G59 
N G59 
N 

U W66 
N 

U U66 
U U66 
P C45 



S 2 2/02/1988 B 4 C N 



H 2 1/22/1988 A 
S 2 9/19/1988 A 
S 2 9/19/1988 C 



12 N 
1 N S78 
1 P N S78 



S 
S 
S 
S 

s 
s 



2/11/1988 A 
7/07/1988 C 

7/08/1988 C 
9/24/1988 C 
9/26/1988 C 



3/24/1988 
3/25/1988 
3/28/1988 
3/29/1988 
3/30/1988 
3/31/1988 



4 


L 


1 P N U82 


3 


N 


1 


N 


1 


N 


5 


J on 


6 


J Oil 


5 


J Oil 


5 


J Oil 


5 


J on 


5 


J on 



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



SUBJECTS 



GOP LT. GOV. CANDIDATES NOT LIKELY TO AGREE TOTALLY WITH MARTIN 
BEING ALONE BIGGEST PROBLEM WITH WORKING AT HOKE 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK EDUCATORS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, TEACHERS 
SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C. 
COURT UPHOLDS DISMISSAL OF LIBEL SUITS 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS 
SEE ALSO BROADCASTERS, N.C. 
JORDAN, MARTIN CONSIDER ADDITIONAL DEBATE DATES 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE 
SEE ALSO POLICE, N.C. 
STATE TO BEGIN DRUG TESTING OF LAW OFFICERS 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
COUNTY, REALTORS SPLIT ON LAND PRICE DISCLOSURES 
TEACHER OFFICES PROPOSAL DRAWS FIRE IN ASSEMBLY 
GRANVILLE SEEKS PUSH FOR PAVING 

GOV. MARTIN TO SPEAK TO COMMISSIONERS AT ANNUAL CONFERENCE 
MARTIN CONSIDERS ORDERING CONSOLIDATION OF AGENCIES 
CHATHAM COUNTY REGISTER OF DEEDS HONORED BY PEERS AT CONFERENCE 
SOLID WASTE, FINANCE BIG TOPICS 
WILKINS NAMED OUTSTANDING COMMISSIONER OF 1988 
TAR HEELS SEEM TO ACCEPT INCREASE IN PROPERTY TAXES 
COMMISSIONER'S PUSH LEGISLATIVE WISH LIST 
ENVIRONMENT MAY BECOME BIGGEST COST FOR COUNTIES 
POLLUTION, HEALTH LOOMING ISSUES 
CONFERENCE ON LEGISLATIVE GOALS OPENING 
GARDNER SEES EXTENSIVE NEEDS AND TIGHT STATE BUDGET 
GARDNER: DRUG USE N.C.'S TOP PROBLEM 
COUNTIES GROUP SETS '89 GOALS 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF DIRECTORS OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY CENTERS 
AWARDS 
ROYALL PRAISED 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATIONAL OFFICE PERSONNEL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL OFFICE PERSONNEL 
SEE ALSO PRINCIPALS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS N C 
STATE SUPERINTENDENT, COLLEGE WORKER GET DISTRICT 10 AWARDS 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS 

SEE ALSO EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK EDUCATORS 

SEE ALSO PRINCIPALS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SUPERINTENDENTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C. 

GROUP DISCUSSES LAG IN ACHIEVEMENT OF BLACK STUDENTS 

HILLSIDE TEACHER, STUDENT WIN AWARDS 

REPORT'S EDUCATION AND ECONOMIC FINDINGS 'DEPRESSING', GRAVES SAYS 

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE RAPS NCAE 

GOVERNOR URGES PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS FOR DISADVANTAGED YOUNGSTERS 

IDEAS SOUND DANDY, BUT WILL THEY WORK? 

RAND'S AD SAYS HE OPENED MEETING OF 'SUPERSUB' 

NCAE ASKS FOR 12 PERCENT PAY RAISE NEXT YEAR 

REPORT SAYS POOR PARTS OF STATE 'THIRD WORLD' 

DISPARITY MARKS N.C.'S PROSPERITY 

EXPERTS DISPUTE EXTENT OF ORANGE POVERTY 

POOR MORALE CITED AMONG N.C. TEACHERS 

PLANS TO HIRE TEACHERS WORKING ON CERTIFICATION RAPPED 

LOCAL VIEW OF 'LATERAL ENTRY' SENSIBLE 

REP. PRICE GAINS TWO ENDORSEMENTS 

CAREER LADDER FLAWED, TEACHERS SAY IN SURVEY 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



S 
E 
C-PG 



4/01/1988 A 
8/05/1988 A 



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L Y 
L P BYL 

J Oil 

J Oil 



H 2 7/20/1988 B 1 N P41 



H 2 9/15/1988 D 6 P N 



H 2 3/22/1988 B 5 N 



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



1/15/1988 
6/24/1988 
7/09/1988 
7/15/1988 
7/16/1988 
7/18/1988 
7/18/1988 
7/20/1988 B 
8/18/1988 C 
9/08/1988 
10/20/1988 
10/20/1988 
12/08/1988 
12/09/1988 
12/09/1988 B 
12/10/1988 C 



1 

14 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
1 
7 
3 
16 
1 
2 
16 
1 
1 



N M06 
N 

N H60 
N H60 
N 

N H90 
NH90 
N H60 
J 

N H90 
N A54 
N H65 
N 
N 

N H65 
N K65 



2 5/13/1988 C 
2 10/31/1988 A 



2 P P S73 
5 L 



1 2/11/1988 B 2 N 



S 


2 


3/12/1988 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


3/18/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/18/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


3/19/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/20/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


4/10/1988 D 


5 


U G33 


H 


2 


4/14/1988 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 


5/24/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


5/28/1988 C 


7 


N 


S 


2 


6/13/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


CHH 1 


6/20/1988 A 


3 


N H90 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


8/10/1988 A 


9 


N 


CHH 1 


8/13/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/01/1988 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


9/01/1988 B 


1 


N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



TEACHER PLAN STUDY TO TAKE MONTHS 

TEACHER EVALUATIONS DIFFICULT 

NUHBERS DON'T ADD UP FOR TEACHER PROGRAM 

SWTC TEACHERS CENTER NAMES LOBBY FOR LUCAS 

MERIT PAYPROGRAHS CAN'T BEDISMISSED 

RAND SAYS GARDNER SKIPPED MEETINGS 

SX RANKS LOW IN TEACHER JOB SATISFACTION 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF ELECTRIC CO-OPS 
SEE ALSO ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORP. 
MARTIN, JORDAN SPLIT ON URBAN-RURAL IMBALANCE 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES. N.C. _ „ 
SEE ALSO INDEPENDENT COLLEGE FUND OF N.C. 

*&M SHrMnWe SUPPORT TO PRIVATE COLLEGES 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

CAVS SHOW CHAMPIONSHIP FORM 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO MINORITY CONTRACTORS 

98SI SP SUSSSS KsCUBS MINORITY BUSINESS VENTURES 
MINORITY BUS^ASSttMTION TO HOLD MEETING IN DURHAM 
MINORITY B USINESS C ONFERENCE QPSB 
MICHAUX; DIFFERENT AMERICAS STILL EXIST 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BOARD OF REALTORS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS REALTORS 

SE ALSO N.C. REAL ESTATE LICENSING BOARD 

^g&gJS&V N.C. ROTORS GROUP 

M * C ' Tml&^^\S»mmnm TERM 'TO KEEP THE MOMENTUM GOING' 
THORNBURG VOWS ANTIDRUG EFFORT 
ATTORNEY GENERAL KEEPS TABS ON BUSINESS ADS 
FINAL FILING DAY DRAWS CANDIDATES 
ATTORNEY GENERAL INVESTIGATES 'RAPID REFUND' PLANS 
COUNCIL OFSTATE RACES MORE THAN PERSONALITY CONTESTS 
ATTORNEY GENERAL BACKSPHONE STUDY 

& 2 c« Ke?—! 'CR^, 

Jgffi'WS SE£ jaRSffl?n« ATTORNEY GENERAL 
ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OHTCEOPPOSES NEWUTILITY LAW 
Fo^RLYKCISIONIN gC0RD8C(« NOT EXPECTED 

«g^M88 S^cTsET^fcE FEES 
PRISOieLAWYER GOT MORE THAN HE ASKED FOR 

N.C. ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE, ELECTIONS 
JIN GRAHAM FILES FOR SEVENTHTERM 

^St^X^^^ AGENTS' ABYSSES _ 
Pa^ITTED INDIANS 'CODDLED' BY STATE, SAYS THORNBURG FOE 
WELCOME TO ROBESON COUNTY (CARTOON) 

^^WxiB^Smt CRITICIZES ACQUITTAL OF INDIANS 
COUNCIL OF STATE ^ 

STATEMENTS QUALIFY WILSON 

nTcSl^S SOLIDLY DEMOCRATIC DESPITE TIGHT RACES 
N.C. AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION 



N 
P 

H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 



E 

D — DATE- 



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9/08/1988 B 
9/09/1988 A 
9/19/1988 A 
9/30/1988 C 
10/10/1988 A 
10/21/1988 C 
12/13/1988 A 



1 P 

5 

S 

1 P 

4 

3 

7 



N 

J Oil 
J Oil 
N S92 
E 
N 
N 



H 2 3/11/1988 C 2 N 



H 2 3/26/1988 C 1 N L40 



H 2 5/22/1988 C 6 N 



3/21/1988 B 
7/23/1988 B 
7/24/1988 B 
7/28/1988 B 
7/29/1988 A 



9 N 
7 N U82 

6 N 

7 P N C44 
10 P N C44 



S 2 10/22/1988 A 3 N 



H 
S 
H 
S 
S 

s 

H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1/20/1988 B 
1/20/1988 A 
2/01/1988 C 
2/02/1988 A 
2/08/1988 A 
2/10/1988 A 
2/25/1988 B 
4/04/1988 C 
8/12/1988 C 
8/20/1988 B 
9/25/1988 A 
10/16/1988 B 
10/20/1988 C 
11/28/1988 A 
11/29/1988 C 
12/30/1988 A 



11 
17 
1 
8 
9 
5 
4 
7 
1 
1 

15 
6 
2 
1 
1 
11 



1/16/1988 A 
2/02/1988 B 
10/21/1988 C 
10/23/1988 B 
10/25/1988 A 
10/28/1988 B 
10/29/1988 A 
10/30/1988 D 
10/30/1983 D 
11/06/1988 D 
11/10/1988 B 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
J 

N M97 
N 
N 
' N U82 
N 
N 
N 

N H65 
N H65 
N 



N 

N 

N 

N 

T R56 

N 

N B53 

N L40 

L 

L 

N 






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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



PA6E1387 
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-DATE- 



S I T 

E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



SEE ALSO AUTOS* DEALERS 
SEE ALSO USED CAR DEALERS 
CONSUMER PROTECTION LAW FOR REBUILT CARS UNDER FIRE 

N.C, AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY REINSURANCE FACILITY 
SEE AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE N.C. REINSURANCE FACILITY 

N.C. AWARD 

SEE ALSO AWARDS 
TRIANGLE ARTIST, CHEMIST, WRITER WIN N.C. AWARDS 
N.C. AWARDS HONOR 3 FROM TRIANGLE 
WEEKEND OF ART: SAVOYARDS AND THE N.C. AWARDS 
THANKFUL FOR ... AWARD-WINNERS EDITH LONDON, CHARLES EATON 
EATON 'GOES FOR THE GOLD' 
COVERAGE OF AWARDS APPLAUDED 

N.C. BACH FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. N.C. 
MOVIES, MUSIC, TALKS PLANNED FOR KIMONO SHOW 
ARTICLES ARTICLES 
SPRING BRINGS EVENTS OF NOTE 

B-MINOR 'MASS' FROM DURHAM BEGINS RALEIGH BACH FESTIVAL 
CHOIR IS 'THINKING LIGHT' FOR BACH 'MASS' 
CHORAL PRECISION HISSED IN BACH FESTIVAL FINALE 

N.C. BANK COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO BANKERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C. 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

INTERSTATE BANKING GOOD FOR N.C, OFFICIAL SAYS 

^£ARING BEGINS ON BURLINGTON BANK APPLICATION 

HOUSE VOTES TO MAKE N.C. TAX EVASION A FELONY 

N.C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 
SEE ALSO BAPTISTS 
SEE ALSO SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION 

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY'S PLAN FOR DIVINITY SCHOOL PRAISED 

DONATIONS TO BAPTISTS UP IN 1987 

BAPTIST GENERAL BOARD APPROVES AMENDMENT 

CONSERVATIVE BAPTISTS ORGANIZE COALITION IN N.C. 

BAPTISTS TO DEBATE IMMERSION AMENDMENT 

BAPTISTS TO PONDER LIMITING PRESIDENT'S APPOINTMENT POUERS 

BAPTISTS EXPECT LEADERSHIP STRUGGLE, BAPTISM DEBATE 

N.C. BAPTISTS EXPECT LEADERSHIP STRUGGLE 

SMITH RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT OF BAPTIST CONVENTION 

N.C. BAPTISTS RE-ELECT MODERATE LEADER; GOLDSBORO MAN RETAINS POST... 

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

LEADERSHIP CLASHES AVOIDED AT STATE BAPTIST CONVENTION 

N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO 14TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 
SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION 

BAR DISCIPLINES DURHAM LAWYERS 

STATE BAR CENSURES 2 LAWYERS 

N.C. LAWYERS TARGETING BETTER MINORITY SERVICES 

DEATH ROW WORK 'KILLING LAWYERS' 

VOLUNTEERS GIVE LEGAL HELP 

N.C. LAWYER-DISCIPLINE SYSTEM CRITICIZED 

YOU'RE OUT OF ORDER, LAWYERS 

LAWYER TOLD TO QUIT PRACTICE UNTIL DUES PAID 

SUSPENDED DURHAM ATTORNEY MAY STILL BE PRACTICING LAW 

RECORDS OF COMPLAINTS AGAINST LAWYERS SOUGHT BY GROUP HALT 

LEGAL-EDUCATION SEMINAR SET TODAY 

SCHOLARSHIPS SET UP FOR CHILDREN OF SLAIN LAWMEN 



S 2 7/05/1988 A 5 J Oil 



H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 


2 11/19/1988 A 
2 11/19/1988 A 
2 11/22/1988 B 
2 11/24/1988 D 
2 11/24/1988 D 
2 12/03/1988 A 


1 P N W66 
1 P N B71 
1 P U WIS 
1 P F B71 
1 P F B71 
4 L 


H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 


2 3/01/1988 A 
2 3/10/1988 D 
2 4/07/1988 D 
2 4/08/1988 D 
2 4/15/1988 D 
2 5/06/1988 D 


11 P U WW 
11 N G59 

4 P I 

5 P N 

5 PF WW 
5 P R DIO 



H 2 1/21/1988 D 6 N 

H 2 3/17/1988 A 11 N 

H 2 3/23/1988 A 14 N H60 

H 2 6/23/1988 A 9 N 



H 


2 1/15/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 1/15/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 9/29/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 9/30/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/23/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 11/13/1988 B 


10 


N 


S 


2 11/14/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 11/15/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 11/15/1988 B 


10 P N 


H 


2 11/16/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 11/17/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/19/1988 B 


3 


N 



S 


2 


3/15/1988 B 


3 


N B53 


H 


2 


3/16/1988 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 


4/04/1988 A 


1 


N B85 


H 


2 


4/16/1988 D 


7 


N 


S 


2 


4/28/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/10/1988 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 


5/28/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


7/08/1988 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


7/11/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


7/12/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


1 


7/15/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 10/04/1988 C 


12 


N 



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PAGE1388 
1/24/89 



DURHAM LAWYER BARRED FROM USE Of TRUST FUND 
STATE BAR'S MEETING OPENS TODAY 
STATE DISBARS DATES, WEATHERSPOQN 

N.C. BAR EXAMINATION _ 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LEGAL EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 

* E u8%$?b£tb£$i gPSSg NCCU KAN WESTERFIELD 

KffBE Iffif SdHl^on state m ex* 

mn NCCU^ADS TO TRY BAR EXAM again 
MW S H^Y^ NCCU LAW SCO^S 

N.C. BICYCLE COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO BICYCLES __ 
MUSE ON BIKE COMMITTEE 

N,C Se! I AlIo^A^IC S SsEARCH INITIATION GRANTS PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO BIOTECHNOLOGY 
SEE ALSO DNA RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 

SE BUSllsS E ACTIVITY UP DESPITE NOV. DECLINE 

FAtKlLOyIM SCIENTISTS TO KEEP ETHICS IN MIND _ ^ 

%%ELnHmnar or ranraojEir, center president says 

't^'hSES^VZ^ AT HOME FEST -88 EXHIBIT 

E»c CE ^^^bio1cW ams ■ rrTC 

BOTfeSoLO^COf^AW^DS 20 GRANTS TO RESEARCH PROJECTS 
MotM^ S^GRANTf, FOR FOURTH QWRTER 
Kf^ SfflL^RE^Cf F ^fflALLT ENGINEER PUNTS 
giSg^T^IDf^TlfllTEf^^T FEET* IT 

SlKSSaS^SraSuWnON CF BIOTECHNOLOGY 

LEGISLATOR WANTS REPORTS ON FUNDS 

N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

l SH K^AS^LYf&^LEGISLATORS 

^^k^^^Sffl* WOO WORKING CLASS 
CONVICTED WITHOUT TRIAL -or**™ 
BLACK ATTITUDE PROBLEM CITED BY SPEAKER 

N.C. BOARD Of ALCOHOLIC CONTROL _ ^ Ar ^ 
SEENVC. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

N.C. BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE 

SEE ALSO ARCHITECTURE, DURHAM 
ATKINS NAMED TO ARCHITECT BOARD 

N.C. BOARD OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES rm , mm _ 

B^ffi^^^m*™ COLLEGE PRESIDENTS 

^R^^n^ WSBSff™ COURSES 

N * c - ^OF^ffi S^LE&li* WAS IRRESPONSI^ 
BROYHILL GETS BACKING FOR COMMERCE POST 



S I T 

E L Y 

-DATE— C -PS L P 



BYL 



H 2 10/21/1988 A 11 
H 1 10/26/1988 C 1 
H 2 11/17/1988 C 1 



H 
S 
H 
S 

H 

CHH 



3/06/1988 B 
4/18/1988 A 
8/25/1988 B 
8/25/1988 A 
8/28/1988 D 
9/10/1988 A 



N S51 
N 
N S82 



N N36 
N 
N 

N H65 
E 
N L90 



S 2 1/23/1988 A 9 N 



H 

S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 

s 

H 

s 

H 
H 

H 



1/10/1988 B 
1/18/1988 A 
3/19/1988 
3/30/1988 
4/03/1988 
4/16/1988 
5/26/1988 
5/28/1988 - 
5/31/1988 B 
7/02/1988 A 
7/09/1988 C 
8/06/1988 A 
9/08/1988 A 
9/21/1988 B 
10/21/1988 A 
11/10/1988 C 
11/11/1988 C 
11/19/1988 D 



U L41 
N 

N 046 
N M97 
N 

N W82 
N M97 
N 
N 

N W82 
N 

N W82 
N 

N K65 
E 

N R80 
N K65 
N 



H 1 5/75/1988 B 7 N 
H 2 6/29/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 7/03/1988 C 4 P N 



S 2 12/13/1988 C 4 N 



H 2 1/23/1988 A 14 N 

H 2 3/12/1988 B 3 N 

H 2 5/07/1988 A 11 N 

S 2 7/28/1988 A 1 N S92 



2 8/12/1988 A 
2 11/19/1988 C 



10 N 
2 P N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



PA6E1389 
1/24/89 

S I T 

E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



N.C. BOARD OF EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT, OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 
EDUCATION BOARD PONDERS PROPOSAL FOR MORE STUDENT TESTS 
ACHIEVEMENT TESTS HAY BE EXPANDED 

17-YEAR-OLD SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS IN CAROLINAS BANNED AFTER MARCH 
INCREASED PAY, BENEFITS BACKED FOR ADULT SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 
BUS DRIVERS TO GET SAME PAY AS AIDES 
ACCEPTING MEDIOCRITY ULTIMATE LOSING SEASON 
COUNTY ATHLETES FACE TIGHTER ACADEMICS 
GROUP BACKS ELIMINATING CREDIT FOR STUDENTS' WORK 
N.C. EDUCATORS TO REVIEW RELIGION IN SOCIAL STUDIES 
CRACKDOWN PLANNED ON CROWDED CLASSES 
educators: N.C. BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM WILL BE MORE FLEXIBLE 

group wants old school buses replaced 

state may request money to replace over 2,500 buses 

educators back plan for teacher offices 

all new schools in n.c. will have teachers' offices 

board acts too quickly on offices for teachers 

compromise sought on day-care plan 

officials like idea of teacher offices if state pays bill 

teacher-office delay gives time for review 

unc researchers say preschool plan aids disadvantaged 

jordan, ramsey: school standards need scrutiny 

teacher offices proposal draws fire in assembly 

put money in teacher raises, not offices 

controller moved 

teacher office rule wrong 

board of education studies pay raises 

committee to study textbook selection 

foreign language teacher plan ok'd 

new n.c. policy aimed at halving dropout rates 

school superintendents rap class-size law 

ethics guidelines being drafted for n.c. educators 

superintendent: dropout rate goal difficult to meet 

state policy establishes good anti-dropout goal 

more emphasis on religion sought in schools 

teacher plan study to take months 

education board may toughen conflict-of-interest rules 

school board adopts tough guidelines on ethics 

rules set high standards 

new textbook commission policy questioned 

state board will review in-school suspension effect 

southern states use confusing variety of tests 

person board will oppose school building rules 

board getting report on summer school 

state board of education allowing home rule on building standards 

school building needs best handled locally 

state board of education committee says role of religion being neglected 

n.c. educators to recommend merit-pay plan 

education agency study is planned 

n.c. board of education, chairman 

howard haworth elected chairman of state school board 

n.c. board of elections 
see also durham county board of elections 
see also election laws 
see also elections, n.c. 

first day of filing draws candidates 

all major presidential candidates on n.c.'s super tuesday ballot 

board seeks dismissal of suit by floridian presidential hopeful 

republicans outregister democrats in n.c. 

few voters expected at polls today 

fulani backer wages fight against odds 

judge: new party can be on Durham ballot 

third party pair can run for county board— judge 

martin receives new position on nov. ballot 

martin requests order to stop elections 

efficiency, fairness stressed at seminar for election workers 



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



CHH 1 
S 2 



1/04/1988 B 
2/04/1988 B 
2/26/1988 A 
3/03/1988 B 
3/03/1988 C 
3/05/1988 
3/10/1988 
4/07/1988 
4/07/1988 
4/09/1988 
5/10/1988 B 
5/29/1988 C 
6/02/1988 
6/03/1988 
6/04/1988 
6/07/1988 
6/09/1988 
6/16/1988 
6/18/1988 
6/20/1988 B 
6/23/1988 C 
6/24/1988 
6/26/1988 
6/29/1988 
6/30/1988 
7/23/1988 
7/23/1988 
7/23/1988 
7/24/1988 B 
7/24/1988 B 
7/24/1988 B 
7/25/1988 A 
7/27/1988 A 
8/09/1988 A 
9/08/1988 B 
9/08/1988 A 
9/09/1988 B 
9/09/1988 A 
9/20/1988 C 
10/07/1988 B 
10/13/1988 C 
10/19/1988 C 
11/02/1988 A 
11/04/1988 A 
11/07/1988 A 
11/29/1988 B 
12/01/1988 A 
12/03/1988 A 



1 N 
1 N 
1 P N 



2 
3 
4 
1 
7 
8 

14 

11 
7 
1 
1 

18 
4 

12 
1 
4 
5 
5 

14 
4 
7 
4 



11 P N 
11 N 



N 

N 

E 

N S92 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M06 

N B85 

N 

E 

N 

N S12 

E 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

E 



11 
1 
1 
3 
2 
4 
9 



1 P N 
14 N 



N 
N 
N 
N 

N K65 

E 

N 



9 
4 
1 

11 

5 

1 

10 

12 

4 

4 

19 

11 



H 2 1/08/1988 C 1 P N 



H 


2 


1/05/1988 D 


4 


N 


S 


2 


1/06/1988 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 


3/04/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/16/1988 A 




N L40 


H 


2 


5/03/1988 A 




N 


S 


2 


8/05/1988 C 




P N M06 


S 


2 


8/17/1988 C 




N M06 


H 


2 


8/18/1988 B 




N 


H 


1 


8/24/1988 B 




N 


S 


2 


8/25/1988 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


9/05/1988 B 


1 


N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



S U B J E 



PRICE. FETTER DISAGREE ON BALLOT'S NAMEPLACEMENT 

voters need pep talk like election workers „„_ 
Sling paves hay for court challenge of primary runoffs 

VOTERS' ALLIANCE FILES SUIT TO KEEP POLITICAL STATUS 
VOTER REG^TRATION DRAWS CROUDS AT ELKTION OFFICES 
STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS CERTIFIES VOTES CAST NOV. 8 
CANDIDATES IN 16TH WILL GET A RECOUNT 

N.C. BOARD OF ETHICS 

^ S PWER I U0RK^S APPOINTMENT TO WASTE AUTHCRITY CHALLENGED 
STATE BOARD OF ETHICS RULES ON CONFLICT OF INTEREST CASE 

S E^^^MrTlNTEREST IN H*ELOP£R'S VOTE.., 

SEE ALSO N.C. BAR EXAMINATION mM 
MANY NCCU GRADS TO TRY BAR EXAM AGAIN 

N.C. BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

■WUnHHH OF INVESTIGATIVE PL* _ 
GROUfSHOPE PROGRAM WILL DETECT IMPAIRED PHYSICIANS 

S \¥%^$&&BBS 126 PHYSICIANS 
N^CVMOICAL EXAMINERS^RD LICENSES 360 PHYSICIANS 

N.C. BOARD OF NURSING _ 
SEE ALSO N.C. NURSES EXAM 

NCOJ NURSING SCHOOL MAY FACE CLOSING 
NEW LEADERMAYKOP NURSING PROGRAM ALU* 
STATETESTING TO DECIDE FATE OF NCCU NURSING PROGRAM 

N.C. BOARD OF PAROLE r/wm 
SEE N.C. PAROLE COMMISSION 
SEE PAROLE 

N.C. BOARD OF REGISTERED PRACTICING COUNSELORS __„__ __ 

DURHAM RESIDENT APPOINTED TO BOARD OVERSEEING COUNSELORS 

N.C. BOARD OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY __^. 
SEeTc. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 

N.C. BOARD OF TRAN^CCTATION^ 

SFE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION m 

SEE ALSO N.C. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD 

**££ MILlWn A CONTRACTS OK'D BY N.C. BOARD OF TRANSPORTATION 
PARKWAY MAY BEREWAMEDFOR DR. KING 
AREA HIGHWAY PROJECT CONTRACTS OK'D 
PANEL VOTES TO NAME BRIDGE FOR BATH MAYOR „„„„ A __ 
TRANSPORTATION BOARD APPROVES DURHAM ROAD CONTRACTS 
OFFICIAL PROMISESACTION TO HAKE DRAWBRIDGE SAFER 
DEAN FREEWAY BIDS WILL GO BEFORE BOARD 

TrKtAHOnKwS POLICY ON SUBDIVISION ROADS 

ffi^TO^ra TO WIDOM ROAI6 

RENAMED BYPASS WOULD HOHOR UNC'S FORBHAM 

STATETO SEEK $500,000 FOR RED MILL ROAD PROJECT 

STATE TO REPLACE BRIDGE ON SOUTH LOWELL ROAD 

HIGHWAY PWffi^^ » »™ W* 

STATE SEEKS «77.000 GRANT FOR TRIANGLE BUS SYSTEM 

BOARD SHOULD BLOCK JORDAN PARKWAY IDEA 

BOARD BENCHES MICHAEL JORDAN HIGHWAY 

WIDER 1-40 MAY EASE RTP TRAFFIC 

BOARD PLANS TO PROTECT HIGHWAY RIGHTS OF WAY 



C T S 


PA6E1390 
1/24/89 


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


H 2 9/05/1988 B 
S 2 9/06/1988 A 
S 1 9/16/1988 A 
H 2 10/05/1988 B 
H 2 10/12/1988 A 
H 2 11/30/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/01/1988 A 


1 N 

4 E 
13 N 

7 N S51 
16 N 
13 N 

3 N M25 



H 2 1/20/1988 A 11 N 

S 2 1/27/1988 C 5 N 

S 2 7/07/1988 C 14 N 

H 2 7/08/1988 B 12 N 



S 2 8/25/1988 A 1 N H65 



1/11/1988 B 

1/27/1988 B 

5/04/1988 C 

12/20/1988 D 

12/22/1988 C 



2 1/15/1988 C 

2 1/27/1988 A 

2 3/22/1988 A 

2 7/13/1988 A 



1 N 

1 N S92 

4 E 

1 N W82 



S 2 1/07/1988 C 6 N 



s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


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 


S 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 



1/09/1988 C 
1/22/1988 A 
2/13/1988 C 
3/12/1988 B 
3/12/1988 C 
3/17/1988 
4/05/1988 
4/08/1988 
4/09/1988 
4/09/1988 
4/23/1988 .. 
5/05/1988 B 
5/12/1988 A 
5/16/1988 A 
6/10/1988 B 
6/11/1988 C 
6/17/1988 A 
7/09/1988 C 
8/02/1988 A 
8/13/1988 A 



3 
1 

1 I 

3 

1 
17 

1 

1 

14 
10 

1 

1 

1 

1 
10 

6 

4 

1 

1 
15 



N 

N M06 
N 046 
N 

N R53 
N 

N B85 
N 
N 
N 

N M06 
N BIO 
N M06 
N MM 
N 
N 
E 
N 
1 N 
N 



H02 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



CONTRACT LET FOR WIDENING 1-40 FROM RESEARCH PARK TO RALEIGH 

SAFETY SHOULD BE TOP FACTOR IN TRUCK ROUTES 

BOARD TO DISCUSS FUNDING U.S. 70 INTERCHANGE 

BOARD OKS BID FOR WORK IN OXFORD 

HILLANDALE ROAD IMPROVEMENTS ARE ON TRANSPORTATION AGENDA 

STATE IS DOING LOUSY JOB MOWING HIGHWAYS 

ROAD-WIDENING BIDS ACCEPTED 

TWIN-TRAILER NOTICES AND HEARINGS AVOIDED 

CONTRACTS APPROVED FOR DURHAM ROAD WORK 

PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW PROPOSED TRUCK ROUTES 

PARKWAY LEG TO OPEN; BOARD TO GET BRIDGE PLAN 

REDWOOD ROAD CONTRACT AWARDED 

STATE BOARD ADOPTS TWIN-TRAILER RULES 

EIGHT-YEAR HIGHWAY PLAN APPROVED BY TRANSPORTATION BOARD 

TEER LANDS $22.7 MILLION CONTRACT 

N.C. BOARD OF TRANSPORTATION. BUDGET 
AREA HIGHWAY CONTRACTS APPROVED 

N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 
SEE ALSO BOTANY 
SEE ALSO GARDENING. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO GARDENING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PLANTS 

TREES' GUM RESINS GO INTO INCENSE 

BANANA TOP HERBACEOUS PLANT 

PLANTING SEEDS OF HOPE 

ORCHIDS PRODUCE VANILLA 

JANUARY IS TIME TO PRUNE PLANTS 

HOLLY THRIVES ALL OVER WORLD 

SOME PLANTS FLOWER IN WINTER 

BRANCHES CAN BE MADE TO BLOOM 

SIMPLE TEST AT HOME ANALYZES GARDEN SOIL 

SOIL TEXTURE AND DRAINAGE DETERMINE FATE OF GARDEN 

WILD RICE GROWS LESS PRIMITIVE 

EPHEHERALS BLOOMS BRILLIANT WHILE THEY LAST 

EATING POKE SALLET CAN BE DANGEROUS 

AVOCADOS ARE HIGH CALORIE FRUIT 

TREES MUST BE CHOSEN CAREFULLY 

PIEDMONT FLORA VARIED 

PRESSED FLOWER WORKSHOP TO BE HELD MAY 5 

HUMMINGBIRDS LIKE NECTAR 

A TOUR OF THE SOUTH'S MANY BOTANICAL GARDENS 

BOTANICAL GARDEN HERB SALE SLATED 

CAROLINA JESSAMINE IS SHOWY VINE 

UNC BOTANICAL GAR DEN SE TS SUMMER ACTIVITIES 

CHICORY USED AS COFFEE SUBSTITUTE 

HERB SALE THIS WEEKEND 

COLUMBINE COLORFUL 

SMALL TRACT HAS RARE FLORA 

DEDICATION OF HERB GARDEN PLANNED 

HOUSE PLANTS NEED CARE WHEN OUTSIDE 

GERANIUMS ARE VARIED, POPULAR 

BOTANICAL GARDEN CHIEF TO HEAD U.S. PROGRAM 

GUESTS KEEP CELEBRITIES 'WAITING' 

ROCKS CAN ADD TO GARDEN 

CHAMOMILE FINDING MODERN ACCEPTANCE 

CHAMOMILE HAS MEDICINAL VALUE 

DAYLILIES NOW IN CONTINUAL BLOOM 

DAY LILIES PRODUCE MANY BLOOMS 

GARDEN TO HOLD WORKSHOPS 

WEEDS ARE GREAT SURVIVORS 

UNC NEWS BRIEFS 

RED MAPLES NEED HOIST SOIL 

WEEDSJ PESTS OR JUST PLANTS WITH PURPOSE? 

A REVAMPED BOTANICAL GARDEN? 

ROADSIDE PLANTINGS BEAUTIFY HIGHWAYS 

PLANTS AS THERAPY HELP GARDENERS 'RELATE TO LIFE' 

MULLEIN USED AS MEDICINE 

PLANTS CLASSIFIED BY CYCLES 



SUBJECTS 




PAGE1391 








1/24/89 




S 




I T 


N 


E E 




L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 8/13/1988 C 


1 


N R53 


S 


2 8/31/1988 A 


4 


E 


s 


2 9/07/1988 C 


1 


N M06 


H 


1 9/10/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 10/10/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 10/11/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 10/14/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 10/14/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 10/15/1988 C 


1 


N R53 


S 


2 10/19/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 11/12/1988 A 


1 H N M06 


H 


2 11/19/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/19/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 12/10/1988 C 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 12/13/1988 A 


8 


N 



H 1 5/14/1988 C 1 N R53 



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



1/01/1988 B 
1/08/1988 B 
1/13/1988 A 
1/15/1988 B 
1/22/1988 B 
1/29/1988 A 
2/05/1988 B 
2/12/1988 B 
2/19/1988 B 
2/26/1988 A 
3/04/1988 B 
3/11/1988 B 
3/18/1988 B 
3/25/1988 B 
4/01/1988 B 
4/15/1988 B 
4/20/1988 C 
4/22/1988 B 
4/24/1988 E 
4/28/1988 B 
4/29/1988 B 
5/05/1988 C 
5/06/1988 B 
5/06/1988 B 
5/13/1988 A 
5/20/1988 B 
5/27/1988 B 
5/27/1988 A 
6/03/1988 B 
6/03/1988 B 
6/07/1988 A 
6/10/1988 B 
6/12/1988 A 
6/17/1988 B 
6/19/1988 A 
6/24/1988 A 
6/26/1988 A 
7/01/1988 B 
7/07/1988 A 
7/08/1988 B 
7/10/1988 A 
7/12/1988 A 
7/15/1988 B 
7/17/1988 A 
7/22/1988 B 
7/29/1988 B 



3 F 

3 F 
7 P F Zll 
3 F 
F 

F 
F 
F 
F 
F 
F 
F 
F 
F 
F 
F 



8 N 

3 F 

15 U 

10 N 



F 

N U80 

F 

N 

F 

F 

N 

F 

F 

N 

6 P U W15 
3 F 
6 F 
2 F 
6 P F 
8 F 

6 P F 

2 F 

7 N 

3 F 
5 F 

3 P N L90 

2 N 

1 P N L90 

3 F 
3 F 



-LX630- 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJE 



WILDFLOWERS EASE TOWEL BOREDOM 

HISTORY SHADED BY WHITE OAK 

RED MAPLES FLOURISH IN MOIST SOIL 

FALL GOOD TIME FOR GARDENS 

GROWTH SPAN LENGTHENS FOR FALL GARDENS 

KoLDSIMPROVE SOIL WILE BEAUTIFYING YARD 

BOTANICAL GARDEN TAKES MEASURES AGAINST DROUGHT 

GARDEN PLANS OPEN HOUSE 

ElSeRORRIeFhAUE GOOD, BAD PROPERTIES 
tuat,c gnNF LILY 

GARDEN TOSHOW NEW PLANT TRAIL ON LABOR DAY 
LABOR DAY GIFT-GIVING IS TRADITION AT GARDEN 

K^tSE! RfiPH « THAN NO* AT *L 
MARIGOLDS LISTED AS SUMMER'S SURVIVORS 
REFLECTIONS ON A LABOR DAY 
3,000-PLUS ATTEND OPEN HOUSE 
GRASSHOPPERS ARE AVOIDABLE NUISANCE 

BotK 8 !^ 1 !^ BUFFER FOR TRAFFIC NOISE 

P^TrfcLO^ROAD WAWSraJTEST FROM RESIDENTS OF NEIGHBORHOOD 
NX. BOTANICAL (MtRAaJEEDT NOT GOLDENROD, IS HAYFEVER CULPRIT 
RAGWEED PLAGUES HAYFEVER SUFFERERS 

HI ^3^™*$*™*™ TIMES 

TULIP POPLAR WOOD HAS SPECIAL QUALITIES 

G^E^AOWI^TOreAT^PRUNING AND ARBORETUM WALK 
PECAN TREES OFFER THEIR BOUNTY 

ES ffift&SR KkS AT BOTWIC*. G*I£N FUNDRAISER 
PRUNING WORKSHOP, WALK PLANNED 

LIS 'jWsl^NG^UTOGRAPHS *R£ TIESIKY 
LADY BIRD RECEIVES CAROLINIANA KUDOS 
NOW IS BEST TIME TO PLANT DAFFODILS _ 
SASANOJACAfflXIAS HAVE ^2*™GRANCE 
CHRISTMAS TREES GROW WELL WNORTH CAROLINA 

Ke^lIM ffiff^lwE PEOPLE WITH *NDICAPS 
CHRISTMAS FERNS LAST 
CHRISTMAS ROSE HAS OWN LEGEND 
AMARYLLIS IS COLORFUL PLANT 

N.C. BOTANICAL GARDENS, ERECTOR .._.__ 
PRESERVING THE PLANET A LITTLE AT A TIME 

N,C * BOYS CHOIR GETS VISIT, CIONPIS GET PRAISE 

N?C S bTCi?Sw THURSDAY IN DUKE CHAPEL 
'VETS' MEET VISITORS AT CIVIL WAR SITE THIS SUMMER 
CHOIR, GRAHAM PRAISED 
BOYS CHOIR WAS DELIGHTFUL 
BOYS CHOIR APPLAUDED 

^NC^TH^lNA^S PERFORMS CHRISTMAS PROGRAM 
THE N.C. BOYS CHOIR OF DURHAM 

N,C SEE°BOyP A STATE (WAKE FOREST UNIV.) 

N.C. BUDGET ADVISORY COMMISSION 

SEE NTC. ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

N.C. BUSINESS ADVISORY BOARD 



C T S 


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S 


I T 


N E E 


L Y 


P D — DATE — C -P6 L P BYL 


CHH 1 7/31/1988 A 


6 F 


S 2 8/05/1988 B 


2 F 


CHH 1 8/07/1988 A 


6 F 


S 2 8/12/1988 B 


2 F 


CHH 1 8/14/1988 A 


6 F 


S 2 8/19/1988 B 


1 F 


CHH 1 8/23/1988 A 


2 N S17 


CHH 1 8/24/1988 A 


7 N 


CHH 1 8/26/1988 A 


7 P P U80 


S 2 8/26/1988 A 


8 F 


CHH 1 8/27/1988 A 


1 P P L38 


H 2 8/28/1988 B 


6 N 


CHH 1 8/29/1988 A 


3 P N L90 


H 2 8/30/1988 B 


10 N 


S 2 9/02/1988 B 


3 F 


CHH 1 9/04/1988 A 


12 F 


CHH 1 9/06/1988 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 9/06/1988 A 


3 P N S17 


S 2 9/09/1988 B 


2 F 


S 2 9/16/1988 B 


3 F 


CHH 1 9/17/1988 A 


2 N K70 


CHH 1 9/18/1988 A 


10 F 


H 2 9/20/1988 C 


2 N M70 


CHH 1 9/20/1988 A 


7 F 


S 2 9/23/1988 A 


7 F 


S 2 9/30/1988 B 


3 F 


CHH 1 10/02/1988 A 


8 F 


CHH 1 10/02/1988 A 


8 F 


S 2 10/07/1988 A 


7 F 


S 2 10/14/1988 B 


3 F 


S 2 10/21/1988 B 


3 F 


CHH 1 10/28/1988 A 


7 N 


S 2 10/28/1988 B 


2 F 


S 2 11/04/1988 A 


9 F 


H 2 11/05/1988 C 


4 N U90 


H 2 11/05/1988 C 


4 N 


S 2 11/11/1988 B 


3 F 


CHH 1 11/14/1988 A 


2 P N 


CHH 1 11/16/1988 A 


3 P N L90 


S 2 11/18/1988 A 


9 F 


S 2 11/25/1988 B 


1 F 


S 2 12/02/1988 B 


2 F 


S 2 12/09/1988 B 


3 F 


CHH 1 12/12/1988 A 


3 P N L90 


S 2 12/16/1988 B 


2 F 


S 2 12/23/1988 B 


2 F 


S 2 12/30/1988 B 


2 F 


CHH 1 6/18/1988 A 


3 P N L90 


H 2 2/23/1988 A 


13 U W66 


S 2 5/07/1988 B 


5 N 


H 2 5/27/1988 D 


4 N 


H 2 5/31/1988 A 


12 P U W66 


H 2 7/18/1988 A 


4 L 


H 2 7/26/1988 A 


4 L 


H 2 7/27/1988 A 


4 L 


H 2 8/08/1988 A 


4 L 


S 2 12/15/1988 D 


9 P P 


H 2 12/23/1988 D 


16 P P 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 
RJQUA NAMES CORPORATE RELATIONS CHIEF 
NEU FUQUA BOARD MEMBERS INCLUDE ABRAM, MOORE, DREU 
FUQUA BOARD NAMES SEVEN 
FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS NAMES SEVEN TO BOARD 

N.C. BUSINESS COMMITTEE FOR EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, SCHOOL SUPPORT 
MORE BUSINESSES BECOMING INVOLVED IN SCHOOL ISSUES 

N.C. BUSINESS HALL OF FAME 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 
N.C. HALL OF FAME TO HOLD INDUCTIONS 

N.C. CAMPAIGN REPORTING ACT 

SEE ALSO ELECTION LAWS 

SEE ALSO POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS 
VOTERS' ALLIANCE FILES SUIT TO KEEP POLITICAL STATUS 

N.C. CAPITOL 

SEE N.C. STATE CAPITOL 

N.C. CAUCUS OF BLACK DEMOCRATS 
SEE N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

N.C. CENTER FOR BLACK HISTORY 
SEE ALSO BLACK HISTORY 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. 

NCCU TO GET MCKISSICK'S CENTER FOR BLACK HISTORY 

MCKISSICK TO HEAD NEU NCCU CENTER 

HCKISSICK PAPERS FOCUS AT STUDY OF BLACK HISTORY CENTER 

NCCU IS GOOD CHOICE FOR BLACK HISTORY CENTER 

BLACK HISTORY CENTER 

N.C. CENTER FOR CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTS SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHERS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHY 

PHOTO EXHIBITION, WORKSHOP SET AT DUKE 

SEEING THE BIG PICTURE 

N.C. CENTER FOR ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS STUDIES 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C. 
PROGRAM UILL TRACK N.C. WORLD TRADE 

N.C. CENTER FOR PEACE EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO PEACE 
ORGANIZING AGAINST LEFTISTS 
WORLD-FLAVORED NINTH STREET WOWS 'EM 
SOCIAL ISSUES TO BE TOPIC OF SEMINAR 
CABLE TV AIRS ARMS RACE FILMS 

N.C. CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH 
CENTER BACKS REVOLVING LANDFILL FUND 
ROYALL AGAIN TOPS MOST-EFFECTIVE LIST 
ROYALL 'MOST EFFECTIVE,' LAWMAKER SURVEY SAYS 
GOVERNMENT LOOKS AT LANDFILL OPTIONS 

FOR-PROFIT HOSPITALS TREAT FEWER INDIGENT, BUT CONTRIBUTE TAXES 
CENTER SUPPORTS LEGISLATION TO REGULATE RENT-TO-OWN CONTRACTS 
LEGISLATURE HAS COMPUTER CAPABILITY TO PUBLISH VOTES 
LOBBYISTS RATED; STUDY ALSO NOTES EFFECTIVENESS SWING 
LOBBYISTS' RANKINGS QUITE CURIOUS 
ASSEMBLY URGED TO CREATE STATE ENVIRONMENTAL INDEX 
DIAL-IN POLLS MAY MISLEAD PUBLIC, N.C. CENTER SAYS 
MAGAZINE GIVES INSIGHT INTO MISLEADING CALL-IN POLLS 
APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES? 
INDEXES MAY CLARIFY STATE'S ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS 



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S I T 
E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 2/01/1988 A 3 N 

H 2 2/07/1988 B 10 N 

H 2 9/28/1988 C 10 N 

H 2 10/02/1988 B 6 N 



H 1 7/12/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 9/18/1988 BUN 



H 2 10/05/1988 B 7 N SSI 



6/22/1988 A 
6/22/1988 A 
6/23/1988 B 
6/23/1988 A 
7/01/1988 A 



N W29 
P N W82 
P N W29 

E 

E 



2 1/20/1988 B 
2 2/19/1988 D 



6 N 
12 P F W66 



H 2 2/23/1988 B 1 N W27 



H 


2 3/17/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 5/14/1988 A 


1 P N D22 


S 


2 6/15/1988 A 


2 


N 


S 


2 10/11/1988 A 


8 


N 


S 


2 3/31/1988 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 4/12/1988 B 


1 P N L40 


S 


2 4/12/1988 C 


1 


N M06 


S 


2 4/21/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 5/25/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 6/08/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 6/10/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


1 7/19/1988 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 8/03/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 10/26/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/29/1988 D 


4 


N 


S 


2 11/07/1988 A 


10 


J Oil 


H 


2 11/14/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 11/15/1988 A 


9 


J Oil 



-LX630- 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 

12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



— DATE- 



S 
E 
C -PG 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 



N.C. CENTER FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION m „ 1T „ Tnll 
SEEUNIV. OF N.C. CENTER FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION 

N.C. CENTER FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF TEACHING 
SEE ALSO TEACHER EDUCATION 
MS. KING ATTENDS SEMINAR 
GRANVILLE PTO BANQUET SLATED OCT. 18 

N.C. CENTRAL PRISON 
SEE CENTRAL PRISON 
SEE PRISONS. N.C. 

N,C SEE E ALSO L N?c! V CENTER FOR BLACK HISTORY 

A^ICA?S I STRENGTH LIES IN DIVERSITY OF ITS PEOPLE 

ffpS^PRODUCT OF CONTINUAL CONTROVERSY 

StO^GE^MCKISSICK'S CENTER FOR BLACK HISTORY 

MCKISSICK TO HEAD NEW NCCU CENTER ^^ 

NCCU IS GOOD CHOICE FOR BLACK HISTORY CENTER 
BLACK HISTORY CENTER 

^-DRlJGnLM^Y BE SHOWN IN FALL 

THANKS FOR UNIVERSITIES „«»„„. 

NCCU'S IMPROVEMENTS MAY YET QUIET SKEPTICS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ACCREDITATIONS 

NCCU'S LIBRARY SCIENCE SCHOOLRWCCREDITED 
NCCU LIBRARY SCHOOL GETS REACCREDITATION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. ADMISSIONS 

SCHOOLS ACTING TO MEETDWJLLMENT CAP 
CHILDREN OF ALUMNI DESERVE EXEMPTION 

msBN/SA'sasstat 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ASSAULTS ugvm 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., MIMER Trc 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIVm SECURITY POLICE 
NCCU STUDENT ATTACKED AFTER GAME 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., .ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS 
WHERE'S ATHLETIC DIRECTOR? 
FISHER OFFICIALLY NCCU AD? 
NCCU'S CHRIS FISHER REALIZES DREAM 
IPS NO SURPRISE, FISHER NEW AD 
NCCU AD 

FAMILIAR FIGURE BRINGS HIS NEW IDEAS TON.C. 
NCCU ATHLETIC DIRECTOR SEES BRIGHT FUTURE 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIVm AUDIT 

^TA^AUWTaHOWS NCCU BELEAGUERED BY FINANCES 
NCCU TRUSTEES RE-ELECT HOLLAND 
SUN UNFAIR TO NCCU OFFICIAL 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., AWARDS 

^0^: A TW0 D BROTHERS RECEIVE EAGLE SCOUT AWARDS FOR TRAIL PROJECTS 

N * C ' S^AUdT&SS BELEAGUERED BY FINANCES 
NCCU TRUSTEES RE-ELECT HOLLAND 



CENTRAL 



S 2 6/27/1988 A 3 N 
H 1 10/08/1988 C 1 N 



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



H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 



1/30/1988 
2/02/1988 
2/02/1988 
2/20/1988 
3/30/1988 
6/22/1988 
6/22/1988 
6/23/1988 
7/01/1988 
7/22/1988 
7/28/1988 
10/12/1988 
11/25/1988 



P T32 
F 

F 
E 

P L38 
N W29 
N U82 
E 
E 

P S76 
N M06 
E 
E 



2 8/04/1988 C 
2 8/26/1988 B 



H 2 2/11/1988 B 

S 2 6/06/1988 A 

H 2 9/18/1988 D 

H 2 11/22/1988 A 



5 N 
8 N 



1 N L90 

4 E 

4 E 

1 N N36 



S 2 6/06/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 10/24/1988 B 1 N 



2 8/22/1988 A 

2 9/24/1988 B 

2 9/26/1988 D 

2 9/27/1988 D 

2 9/27/1988 D 

2 10/02/1988 C 

2 10/06/1988 B 



2 3/19/1988 A 
2 4/21/1988 B 
2 9/12/1988 A 



NP52 
N P52 
N P75 
P B90 
N P75 
N D18 



1 N S92 
1 N N36 
4 L 



H 2 3/17/1988 B 8 N 



S 2 3/19/1988 A 
H 2 4/21/1988 B 



N S92 
N N36 



-LXA30- 



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



SUBJECTS 



PA6E1395 
1/24/89 



NCCU TO SEEK *900,000 TO BUY COMPUTER 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
NCCU SEES GROWTH, SEEKS 4 BUILDINGS 
RENOVATIONS AT NCCU MIGHT TAKE 6 MONTHS 

N.C, CENTRAL UNIV., CAFETERIA 

RENOVATIONS AT NCCU MIGHT TAKE 6 MONTHS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CAREER COUNSELING AND PLACEMENT BUREAU 
CAREER FAIR ALLOWS NCCU STUDENTS CONTACT FOR FUTURE JOBS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CHANCELLOR 

HE WENT FROM COACH TO CHANCELLOR 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., COMMENCEMENT 

EDUCATION GROUP PRESIDENT NCCU GRADUATION SPEAKER 

EDUCATION TAKES DETERMINATION 

SOME ACTIVITIES START TODAY FOR COMMENCEMENT WEEKEND 

EDUCATION TOPIC OF NCCU SPEECH 

NCCU HANDS OUT DIPLOMAS 

GRABS ENTER 'REAL' WORLD 

HERE WE COME, WORLD! i NCCU GRADS TOLD TO ZAP 'MICROWAVE MENTALITY* 

GRADUATION SENTIMENTS 

PEOPLE: DUNCAN NAMED ADMISSIONS DIRECTOR OF DIVINITY SCHOOL 

NCCU ATHLETES' GRADUATION RATE SURPASSES OTHERS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 
NCCU TO SEEK $900,000 TO BUY COMPUTER 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CONCERTS 

BIMBE XX BEGINS) CAROLINA CLOSING 

BIMBE BEGINNING TODAY 

19TH BIMBE JAZZES UP NCCU BOWL 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. , CONFERENCES 

NCCU LAW STUDENTS TO STUDY AIDS ISSUES 

AFRO-AMERICAN FORUM SCHEDULED SATURDAY 

RETIRED GENERAL WARNS OF DEFENSE CUTS 

BLACK STUDENTS NEED MORE AID, PANEL TOLD 

N.C. CENTRAL HOSTING CONFERENCE ON BLACKS AND AIDS 

BLACK SCHOOLS' LEADERS CITE SSC BENEFITS 

NCCU SESSION TO FOCUS ON AIDS, BLACK PEOPLE 

NCCU CONFERENCE TARGETS AIDS 

NCCU SESSION TACKLES AIDS IMPACT ON BLACKS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. CONSTRUCTION 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CURRICULUM 

N.C. CENTRAL PROGRAMS ATTEMPTING TO DRAW STUDENTS TO TEACHING 

NCCU TO BEGIN PROGRAM IN READING, WRITING, SPEAKING 

NCCU TRUSTEES RE-ELECT HOLLAND 

INSTITUTE PLANNED AT NCCU ON SPORTS ADMINISTRATION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., DEMONSTRATIONS 
SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 
NCCU PROTESTORS BAT 1 OF 11 WITH TRUSTEES 
NCCU RESUMING DORM VISITS; SOME TRUSTEES QUESTION PLAN 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., DORMITORIES 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENT HOUSING 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., DRINKING PRIVILEGES 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENTS, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., EMPLOYEES 

MRS. EMMA LOUISE BOSWELL, RETIRED FROM NCCU, DIES 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ENERGY CONSERVATION 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 6/16/1988 C 5 N N36 



2 11/17/1988 A 
2 12/10/1988 A 



N S92 
N S92 



S 2 12/10/1988 A 1 N S92 
H 2 9/30/1988 A 13 N 
H 2 2/02/1988 D 10 P N 



2/12/1988 B 
5/03/1988 A 
5/06/1988 
5/07/1988 
5/07/1988 
5/07/1988 
5/08/1988 
5/08/1988 B 
8/04/1988 B 
12/21/1988 C 



N 

F S27 
N 
N 

N B53 
E 

N P38 
P K30 
N 
N 080 



H 2 6/16/1988 C 5 N N36 



H 
H 
H 


2 6/14/1988 A 
2 6/18/1988 A 
2 6/19/1988 B 


11 P U W66 
4 E 
1 N P38 


S 2 3/12/1988 A 
H 2 3/23/1988 B 
H 2 4/16/1988 C 
H 2 9/13/1988 B 
CHH 1 9/30/1988 A 
H 2 10/01/1988 C 
S 2 10/03/1988 A 
H 2 10/11/1988 A 
S 2 10/11/1988 A 


9 N 
10 N 
4 P N P38 
1 N C47 
7 N 
4 P N C47 
6 N 
1 C N C60 
1 N H65 



H 2 2/11/1988 B 7 P N N36 

H 2 3/10/1988 B 3 N 

H 2 4/21/1988 B 1 N N36 

H 2 8/30/1988 B 1 N A54 



2 11/17/1988 C 
2 11/17/1988 B 



1 P N C47 
1 P N S92 



H 2 5/02/1988 A 18 P 



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HONTHLY/A^U^L 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



PA6E1396 
1/24/89 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P 



BYL 



NCCU, DUKE RECEIVE ENERGY-SAVING GRANTS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ENROLU€NT 
INCREASE OUT-OF-STATE CAP 
DORM SPACE AT NCCU IS AT PREMIUM 
TRIANGLE GREETS CLASS OF '92 
BLACKENROLLMENT WORRIES NCCU PANE. 
OUT-OF-STATE LIMIT IS IMF AIR TO NCCU 
NCCU SEES GROWTH, SEEKS 4 BUILDINGS 
NCOJ WEIGHS IN 2X OVER OUT-OF-STATE CAP 

N,C ' Ka^iGHT^StR N.C. CENTRAL PRtFESSt* 
FOREIGNERS WRITE BETTER ENGLISH-NCOJ TEACHER 

CHARLES JACOB HARRIS, RETIRED PIANIST, NCCU MUSIC TEAGHtK, lb B»»< 
MARTIN GETS PROMOTION 
NCCU HONORS FACULTY^ 

^SImS^eSWcCU NURSING FACULTY 

FROM AFRICA TO N.C. CENTRAL 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., GRADUATES raimprf> 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENTS __ 
NCCU PRESENTSLISTING OF SPRING GRADUATES 



S 2 5/18/1988 A 1 N M06 



H 

S 
H 

S 
H 
S 
H 



H 
S 
S 
S 

H 
S 

(CORRECTED 10-28-88) H 
H 



N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. J3RANTS 

N.C. CENTRAL GETS $746,997 

NCCU RECEIVES CENTERS GRANT 

NCOJ, DUKE RECEIVE ENERGY-SAVING GRANTS 

NCCU GETS GRANT 

♦62,000 ANTI-DRUG GRANT GOES TONCCU 

W&l GETS GRANT FOR ANTI-DRUG EFFORT 

NCOJ RESEARCHERS GET $300,000 GRANT FOR WEATHER... 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., HISTORY 

N.C. CENTRAL WAS FOUNDED IN 1910 
™^FOWDER WASSTATE EDUWTlffl <LEAO 
DR. EDMONDS RACKS UP FIRSTS FOR BLACK WOMEN 
NCCU, DUKE ROSE TOGETHER 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., HOMECOMING ^^ 

nccu parade to feature four bands 
a queen's rain 

n.c. central univ., lawsuits 
^l^t^n^'d^Tto^^ing ctty 

St TE^I^iTGK^LlKrNCCU SLAYING SCENE 
NCCU POLICEO-IIEF TESTIFIES ABOUT SECURITY WARNING 

BQORuivffVJrtu » 

HJR^NAN HELD IN NCCU SLAYING 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., MURDER 
SEE ALSO MURDER, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ASSAULTS 

N.cTCENTRAL STUDENT SHOT DEAD IN CAR 

POLICE: NCCU STUDENT'S DEATH DRUG-RELATED 

TEEN HELD IN NCCU DEATH 

TEENS CHARGED WITH MURDER 



6/13/1988 
8/18/1988 
8/25/1988 
9/12/1988 
9/18/1988 
11/17/1988 
11/22/1988 



L 

N S92 
N N36 
N M06 
E 

N S92 
N N36 



1/14/1988 D 
2/25/1988 B 
3/07/1988 A 
4/24/1988 A 
7/18/1988 B 
8/09/1988 B 
8/15/1988 A 
11/02/1988 B 
12/09/1988 C 



11 
1 
5 
15 
12 
8 
6 
7 
8 



P N N36 



2 5/18/1988 C IN, 
2 12/10/1988 B 11 P P S76 



S 2 8/25/1988 A 3 N 



2/10/1988 B 
3/19/1988 C 
5/18/1988 
8/17/1988 
9/13/1988 
9/13/1988 
10/27/1988 
10/28/1988 



10 
2 
1 
7 

10 
1 

11 
2 



N 

N 

H M06 
N 
N 

N M06 
N C60 
N 



S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 

s 

H 



2 2/02/1988 D 2 P F 

2 2/02/1988 D 3 P F 

2 2/02/1988 D 4 P F 

2 10/12/1988 A 5 J 



2 11/04/1988 B 12 N 
2 11/06/1988 A 1 P P T32 



2 10/15/1988 A 
2 10/17/1988 C 
2 10/18/1988 C 
2 10/18/1988 A 
2 10/19/1988 C 
2 10/19/1988 C 
2 10/20/1988 C 
2 10/20/1988 A 
2 10/20/1988 A 
2 10/27/1988 A 



1 


N B53 


1 


N B53 


1 


N S82 


1 


N B53 


1 


N S82 


1 


N B53 


1 


N S82 


1 


N B53 


2 


N 


1 P N M51 



H 2 9/19/1988 A 

S 2 9/19/1988 A 

S 2 9/20/1988 A 

H 2 9/21/1988 C 



1 N 

1 N M06 

1 N 

1 P N 



M06 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



LAWSUIT ON NCCU DEATH TO GET HEARING 

NCCU DEAN TESTIFIES ABOUT CAMPUS SECURITY 

SUIT TESTIMONY: NO GUARDS, FEW LIGHTS AT NCCU SLAYING SCENE 

NCCU POLICE CHIEF TESTIFIES ABOUT SECURITY WARNING 

TRUSTEE STITH SAYS NCCU SECURITY PROCEDURES 'CHAOTIC 

UNC-CHARLOTTE HAS DORM DOOR ALARMS; ...MEASURES MISSING AT NCCU 

RULING IN NCCU SLAYING LAWSUIT LIKELY BY 1989 

NCCU LAWSUIT RULING MAY BE BY YEAR'S END 

CORRECTION 

DURHAM MAN HELD IN NCCU SLAYING 

HEARING SCHEDULED FOR MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING AT NCCU 

INDICTMENTS ISSUED IN MURDER. FIRE CASES 

DURHAM COUNTY GRAND JURY RETURNS MURDER INDICTMENTS 

LAWYERS' BRIEFS KILLER HAD IT EASY AT NCCU 

MAN HELD IN MURDER SENTENCED FOR BREAK-IN 

SLAYING SUSPECT DRAWS UNRELATED TERM 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. REGISTRATION 

NCCU REGISTRATION RUNNING SMOOTHLY 
NCCU CUTS NO-SHOW STUDENTS FROM CLASSES 
'NO-SHOWS' AT NCCU PAY ACADEMIC PRICE 
FINANCIAL-AID PROBLEMS TROUBLE NCCU STUDENTS 
NCCU MUST RECTIFY FINANCIAL-AID WOES 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SECURITY POLICE 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ASSAULTS 
NCCU CHANCELLOR APPEALS FOR UNITY 
NCCU MAY RESUME MALE-FEMALE DORM VISITS 
LAWSUIT ON NCCU DEATH TO GET HEARING 
NCCU DEAN TESTIFIES ABOUT CAMPUS SECURITY 
SUIT TESTIMONY} NO GUARDS, FEW LIGHTS AT NCCU SLAYING SCENE 
NCCU POLICE CHIEF TESTIFIES ABOUT SECURITY WARNING 
TRUSTEE STITH SAYS NCCU SECURITY PROCEDURES 'CHAOTIC 
UNC-CHARLOTTE HAS DORM DOOR ALARMS; ...MEASURES MISSING AT NCCU 
RULING IN NCCU SLAYING LAWSUIT LIKELY BY 1989 
NCCU LAWSUIT RULING MAY BE BY YEAR'S END 
CORRECTION 

DURHAM MAN HELD IN NCCU SLAYING 

NCCU RESUMING DORM VISITS; SOME TRUSTEES QUESTION PLAN 
LAWYERS' BRIEF: KILLER HAD IT EASY AT NCCU 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SEMINARS 

NCCU PANEL URGES LAWS TO ENCOURAGE AIDS TESTS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SPEAKERS 

EDUCATION GROUP PRESIDENT NCCU GRADUATION SPEAKER 

PAPER OVERLOOKED FORD'S VISIT TO NCCU 

MARSHALL TO SPEAK AT NCCU FOR GORE 

NCCU OPENS BLACK HISTORY PROGRAMS WITH ATTACK ON REAGAN ADMINISTRATION 

DR. FULANI'S INDEPENDENT BID DRAWS APOLITICAL RESPONSE IN NCCU TALK 

DR. HOSEA WILLIAMS, CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER, TO SPEAK AT NCCU 

AFRO-AMERICAN FORUM SCHEDULED SATURDAY 

U.S. REP. FLAKE TO SPEAK APRIL 8 AT N.C. CENTRAL 

REP. FLAKE WILL SPEAK AT NCCU 

CONGRESSMAN TELLS NCCU STUDENTS TO STOP USING RACE AS AN EXCUSE 

SACRIFICE IS WORTH IT. STUDENTS TOLD 

RETIRED GENERAL TO TALK AT NCCU 

RETIRED GENERAL WARNS OF DEFENSE CUTS 

EDITOR OF MAGAZINE TO SPEAK THURSDAY 

JESSE JACKSON TO SPEAK TODAY AT N.C. CENTRAL 

REGISTRATION, RIGHTS PREACHED BY JACKSON 

JACKSON CONTINUES REGISTRATION PUSH 

JORDAN URGES STUDENTS TO SEIZE OPPORTUNITIES 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SPORTS 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STAFF 

OFFICIAL TO LEAVE NCCU FOR NEW JOB 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENT FEES 



N 
P 

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



E 

D — DATE- 



S 
E 

C -PG 



10/15/1988 A 
10/17/1988 C 
10/18/1988 C 
10/18/1988 A 
10/19/1988 C 
10/19/1988 C 
10/20/1988 C 
10/20/1988 A 
10/20/1988 A 
10/27/1988 A 
10/28/1988 C 
11/08/1988 B 
11/08/1988 B 
12/01/1988 B 
12/05/1988 C 
12/06/1988 C 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

12 
1 
7 
1 
1 



PAGE1397 
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I T 
L Y 
LP BYL 

N B53 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N 
P NM51 
N 

N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 



8/18/1988 A 
8/20/1988 A 
8/25/1988 A 
8/26/1988 A 
8/30/1988 A 



1 P N S92 
1 N S92 
4 E 
1 N S92 
4 E 



2 2/18/1988 B 
2 8/19/1988 C 
2 10/15/1988 A 
2 10/17/1988 C 
2 10/18/1988 C 
S 2 10/18/1988 A 
H 2 10/19/1988 C 
S 2 10/19/1988 C 
H 2 10/20/1988 C 
S 2 10/20/1988 A 
S 2 10/20/1988 A 
H 2 10/27/1988 A 
S 2 11/17/1988 B 
H 2 12/01/1988 B 



N N36 
N S92 
N B53 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
NS82 
N B53 
N 

N M51 
N S92 
N S82 



S 2 3/15/1988 B 1 N B85 



2/12/1988 B 

2/15/1988 A 

2/19/1988 A 

2/20/1988 A 

2/24/1988 C 

3/17/1988 B 

3/23/1988 B 

3/24/1988 B 

4/07/1988 A 

4/08/1988 C 

4/09/1988 B 

4/15/1988 B 

4/16/1988 C 

9/21/1988 B 

10/05/1988 C 

10/06/1988 B 

10/06/1988 C 

10/14/1988 C 



N 

L 
N 

N N36 
N N36 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N S92 
N N36 
N 

N P38 
N 
N 

N N36 
N S92 
N L40 



S 2 6/06/1988 C 1 P N S92 



HWI1IIIIIWWIIII 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE1398 
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NCCU TRUSTEES RE-ELECT HOLLAND 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENT HOUSING 
NCCll TRUSTEES RE-ELECT HOLLAND 
DORM SPACE AT NCCU IS AT PREMIUM 
NCCU HAY^SUHEfwi-FEMALE DORM VISITS 
SiTNG IN NCOJ SLAYING lAWSUIT LIKELY BY 1989 
NOU^EaJMING DO^ VKITSTSOME TRUSTEES QUESTION PLAN 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIVm STUDENT LOANS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.Ci^STUDENT LOANS 
SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM^ 

NCCU REGISTRATION RJJNNING SMOOTHLY 

NCCU CUTS NO-SHOW STUDENTS FROM SUSSES 

FnwNCIAL-AID PROBLEMS TROUBLE NCCU STUDENTS 

NCaMUST^CTIFY FINANCIAL-*IB WOES 

BLACK ENROLLMENT WORRIES NCOJ PANEL 

BLACK STUDENTS NEED MORE AID, PANEL TOLD 

nX h^S3S-nTtk^SS>t. t GRADUATES 

Wl'tt ^^TW W fe S |L^E T HlS L iN £ MINI-NATIONAL S COMPETITION 

PEOPLE GIBSON TO HEAD TOXICOLOGY GROUP 

AJSASTUTJENTS MAKE NCOJ DEAN'S LIST, HONOR ROLL 

STROUD WINS BETTY FEEZOR SCHOLARSHIP 
NCCU STUDENTS EARN HONORS 
MTUTNG DAY 

NCCUMAY RESUME H*£-*E»LEJiro VKTTS 
»NO-SHOWS' AT NCCU PAY ACADEMIC PRICE _ 
FTNANCIAL-^ID PROBLEMS TROUBLE NCCU STUDENTS 
NCCUMUST RECTIFY FINANCIAL-AM WOES 
NX; CENTRAL STUDENT SHOT DEAD IN CAR 
POLICE: NCCU STUDENT'S DEATH DRUG-RELATED 
TEEN HELD IN NCCU DEATH 

ErSsiS SffiFFCR FUTURE JOBS 

THIS WAS HIS STREET, THESE WERE HIS FRIENDS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENTS, ALCOHOLIC BEVE^GES 
SEEALSO COLLEGES, N.C., ALCO«JCBEVERAGES 
NCCU GETS GRANT FOR ANTI-DRUG EFFORT 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENTS, DRUG ABUSE 

*N^*1iBUo TO BUY CgPUTER 
NC$ GETS GRANT FOR ANn-DRUGEFFORT 
PAUSE TO PONDER CITIZENSHIP TODAY 

N,C * SSS^&ffi?\B83o FOR THE GOOD LIFE" (»> 
tJttU ImCR SCHOOL - TEEING FOR THE GOOD LIFE" (AD) 

^ S 1^ STUPES ABROAB PROGRAM 

N - c kE c ^TE&45SS _ TnnAY 

N.cTCENTRAL SWITCHING PHONE SYSTEMS TODAY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., WORKSHOPS 
TALKING JOBS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. AWARDS DAY 



N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D - 


—DATE— C -TO L P BYL 


H 


2 


4/21/1988 B 


1 N N36 


H 


2 


4/21/1988 B 


1 N N36 


S 


2 


8/18/1988 A 


1 N S92 


S 


2 


8/19/1988 C 


1 N S92 


H 


2 10/20/1988 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 11/17/1988 B 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 


8/18/1988 A 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 


8/20/1988 A 


1 N S92 


S 


2 


8/26/1988 A 


1 N S92 


s 


2 


8/30/1988 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


9/12/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


9/13/1988 B 


1 N C47 


H 


2 


3/03/1988 B 


8 N 


H 


2 


3/24/1988 B 


10 N 


S 


2 


4/13/1988 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


4/15/1988 A 


13 N 


S 


2 


6/03/1988 C 


14 N 


S 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


18 N 


S 


2 


8/03/1988 B 


5 N 


s 


2 


8/15/1988 C 


1 P P T44 


s 


2 


8/19/1988 C 


1 N S92 


s 


2 


8/25/1988 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


8/26/1988 A 


1 N S92 


s 


2 


8/30/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/19/1988 A 


1 N 


s 


2 


9/19/1988 A 


1 N M06 


s 


2 


9/20/1988 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


9/21/1988 C 


1 P N M51 


s 


2 


9/21/1988 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


9/30/1988 A 


13 N 


H 


2 10/24/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 10/27/1988 A 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 11/17/1988 C 


1 P N C47 


s 


2 11/17/1988 B 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 12/31/1988 B 


1 F 



S 2 9/13/1988 A 1 N M06 



2 6/16/1988 C 
2 9/13/1988 A 
2 9/17/1988 A 



N N36 
N M06 
E 



H 2 5/13/1988 A 6 A 

H 2 5/18/1988 A 7 A 

H 2 6/24/1988 C 2 A 

S 2 7/23/1988 A 10 N 



H 2 7/29/1988 A 10 N 
S 2 5/30/1988 C 2 P P C45 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



S U B J 



U.S. REP. FLAKE TO SPEAK APRIL 8 AT N.C. CENTRAL 

PEOPLE: GIBSON TO HEAD TOXICOLOGY GROUP 

NCCU TO GIVE 2ND NILE AWARDS 

REP. FLAKE UILL SPEAK AT NCCU 

CONGRESSMAN TELLS NCCU STUDENTS TO STOP USING RACE AS AN EXCUSE 

SACRIFICE IS WORTH IT, STUDENTS TOLD 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

NCCU TRUSTEE TO HAVE BODYGUARDS AT MEETING 

GUARDS ACCOMPANY STITH TO MEETING 

NCCU CHANCELLOR APPEALS FOR UNITY 

POLICE ESCORT, GUARD NCCU TRUSTEE 

TRUSTEE'S ESCORT RESULTS IN MEMO ON OFF-DUTY JOBS 

STITH SAYS MEMO TO POLICE RESULT OF OUTSIDE PRESSURE 

'BAD PRESS' PRODUCT OF CONTINUAL CONTROVERSY 

USE OF BODYGUARDS ARROGANT, INTIMIDATING 

TRUSTEE WITH BODYGUARDS TREATED UNFAIRLY 

INQUIRY RAISED ON REMOVING MEMBER OF NCCU BOARD 

LAW OUSTS NCCU BOARD CHAIRMAN 

HOLLAND FORCED TO LEAVE NCCU BOARD 

FORMER NCCU TRUSTEE'S WIFE WILL KEEP STATE JOB 

TRUSTEES SHOULD BE CHECKED MORE CLOSELY 

EX-BOARD CHAIRMAN AT NCCU CHANGES MIND 

HOLLAND REVERSES NCCU POST STANCE 

HOLLAND RETURNED TO NCCU BOARD 

HOLLAND BACK ON NCCU BOARD 

NCCU TRUSTEES RE-ELECT HOLLAND 

NCCU TO SEEK $900,000 TO BUY COMPUTER 

NCCU PROTESTORS BAT 1 OF 11 WITH TRUSTEES 

NCCU SEES GROWTH, SEEKS 4 BUILDINGS 

NCCU RESUMING DORM VISITS; SOME TRUSTEES QUESTION PLAN 

CORRECTION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. CRIMINAL JUSTICE FACILITY . 
PAUSE TO PONDER CITIZENSHIP TODAY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF DRAMA 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. NEW UNIV. THEATRE 
ARTICLES... 

NCCU SPOTLIGHTS HOLE SOYINKA'S PLAY 
SERIOCOMIC 'MADMEN' HEAVY-HANDED, VAGUE 
NCCU'S 'MADMEN' UNCLEAR 
'MADMEN AND SPECIALISTS' 
'GHANIAN TALES' COLORFUL MORAL PAGEANT 
TAKING CHANCES; PLAYWRIGHT RUDY WALLACE 
'DREAMGIRLS' NCCU'S 'BIGGEST' 
DREAMGIRLS DREAM 

WINDED BUT TALENTED NCCU CAST PULLS OFF RELENTLESS DREAMGIRLS 
DREAMGIRLS NEED BACKUP 
'THE ISLAND' EMERGES 

'ANTIGONE,' AFRICA CONNECT IN STRONG 'ISLAND' 
NCCU'S 'THE ISLAND' A TREAT 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF EDUCATION 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 



N.C. 



CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF ENGLISH 
NCCU RECEIVES CENTERS GRANT 



N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF HEALTH EDUCATION 
SMITH TO LEAD PROGRAM 
NCCU SESSION TO FOCUS ON AIDS, BLACK PEOPLE 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF NURSING 
SEE ALSO NURSES, DURHAM 
STRONG MEDICINE URGED FOR UNC NURSING PROGRAMS 
NCCU NURSING PROGRAM MAY FACE '88 SHUTDOWN 
BOARD APPROVES UNC DRUG POLICY 
NCCU NURSING SCHOOL MAY FACE CLOSING 
NCCU HIRES NEW CHAIRMAN OF NURSING 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


3/24/1988 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 


3/24/1988 B 


10 N 


S 


2 


4/05/1988 A 


7 N 


S 


2 


4/07/1988 A 


18 PN 


S 


2 


4/08/1988 C 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


4/09/1988 B 


6 P N N36 


H 


2 


2/17/1988 B 


1 N N36 


H 


2 


2/18/1988 B 


1 PN N36 


H 


2 


2/18/1988 B 


1 N K36 


S 


2 


2/18/1988 C 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


2/19/1988 C 


1 N N36 


H 


2 


2/20/1988 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


2/20/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 D 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/27/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


1 


3/18/1988 C 


1 PNN36 


H 


2 


3/19/1988 A 


1 PN N36 


S 


2 


3/19/1988 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 


3/21/1988 A 


1 N S92 


S 


2 


3/21/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


3/22/1988 B 


1 N N36 


S 


2 


3/22/1988 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


4/09/1988 C 


1 P N L90 


S 


2 


4/11/1988 C 


5 N 


H 


2 


4/21/1988 B 


1 N N36 


H 


2 


6/16/1988 C 


5 N N36 


H 


2 11/17/1988 C 


1 P N C47 


S 


2 11/17/1988 A 


1 N S92 


S 


2 11/17/1988 B 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 11/19/1988 C 


2 N 



H 2 9/17/1988 A 4 E 



2 1/07/1988 D 
2 2/25/1988 D 
2 2/26/1988 D 
2 2/26/1988 C 
2 2/28/1988 D 
2 4/15/1988 D 
2 7/07/1988 D 
2 10/07/1988 D 
2 10/13/1988 D 
2 10/15/1988 C 
2 10/20/1988 D 
2 11/17/1988 D 
2 11/18/1988 D 
2 11/24/1988 D 



N G59 

N 
C19 
W63 
T32 
P10 
B71 



B71 
K31 
R90 

M60 
R90 



S 2 3/19/1988 C 2 N 



S 2 1/23/1988 A 9 N 
S 2 10/03/1988 A 6 N 



H 


2 


1/15/1988 C 


1 


N L90 


S 


2 


1/15/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/16/1988 C 


1 


N L90 


S 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 


2/12/1988 A 


1 


N N36 



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HEAD 



DR. GOODING REPORTED AS SURE BET FOR NCCU NURSING CHAIRMANSHIP 

SfflV^^TO^HSS^REPUCINB NURSING DEPT. 
POLICE ESCORT, GUARD NCCU TRUSTEE 

ffc^k^Kra^^lTS COURT INJUNCTION 
JUDGE RULES IN FAVOR OF DR. KELLEY 
NCCU TO APPEAL COURT ORDER 

EUtElnui hp ™ ® w ™ ,f 

NCCU NUKING PROGRAM NEEDS HELP, NOT SWCRD 

NCCU NURSING PROGRAM GETS UNC REVIEW 

NCCU TURNS NURSING PROGRAM AROUND! 93X PASS BOARDS 

93X OF »^U NURSING STUDENTS PASS STATE EXAM 

NCCU TESTSCORES SIGN OF PROGRESS, STATE OFFICIAL SAYS 

NCCU NURSING SCORES ARE SIW Cf PROGREg 

NCCU NURSING GRADS HELP SCHOOL PASS TEST 

NranJuS^IR^N^SENTS PLAN CALLINGFOR GRADUATE PROGRAM... 
EQUATION TEAM LOOKING AT NCCU NURSING PROGRAM 
Tf^MEMBERS ADDED TO NCCU NURSING FACULTY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OFPUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 
FUTURE OF TRAINING PROGRAM IS IN DOUBT 

N - C ' W^hl$%?$*t, WHITING TO SPE* 

iSSi SSSP^^SSfegP'ieiHE RESPONSIBILITIES' 

N,C * S*NCER SCTOLES^IciL DRAWING IS PART OF -MUSEUM'S CHOICE'... 
SChKiLDR^S ART 'MUSEUM OBJECTS' AT NCCU 

yojng people cook up feast for the eyes 

volunteers honored 

food, fun — and all that jazz 

FORGET THE HEAT- JUST DIG THAT BEAT 

TREASURES GO ON THE BLOCK „ 

SERIESON RUSSIA DRAWS CROWD TO MUSEUM 

AUCTION WAS A SUCCESS 

ART NOUVEAU ... _^ 

FROM AFRICA TO N.C. CENTRAL 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.NEW WW. .THEATRE 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF DRAMA 
ELEY PLAYS ROBESON 
ELEY PLAYS ROBESON 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION COMPLEX 

^NC^H^fi'sT^^i^^OR 720 SWIMKRS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 
HONORING INSURANCE PROGRAM 

M r CFNTRAL UNTV. SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 

BIKAavbubu to mm* amn 

F^MERlS PROFES^SAYS IT'S TIME TO ASK WHAT SCHOOLS ARE ALL ABOUT 
STUDENT TEACHER HONORED AT NCCU 



D — DATE- 



S 
E 

C -PG 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



2/13/1988 A 
2/13/1988 A 
2/17/1988 A 
2/18/1988 C 
2/23/1988 B 



S 
H 

S 

s 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 



2/27/1988 
2/27/1988 
3/01/1988 
3/07/1988 
3/19/1988 
3/19/1988 
3/22/1988 .. 
4/08/1988 C 
5/28/1988 A 
5/28/1988 
6/01/1988 
7/13/1988 
7/19/1988 
7/30/1988 
9/01/1988 
9/01/1988 . 
9/02/1988 B 
9/03/1988 A 
9/04/1988 D 
9/12/1988 A 
9/22/1988 B 
11/23/1988 C 
12/09/1988 C 



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

12 
4 
4 
4 
1 
1 
8 



PAGE1400 
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I T 
L Y 

L P BYL 

N N36 

N S92 

N N36 
P N S92 
P N S82 

N S82 
P N 

N 

L 

N N36 
P N 

E 

N L90 

N N36 

N 

N 

N W82 

E 

N 

N N36 

N S92 

N N36 

E 

E 

E 

N N36 

N N36 

N 



H 2 5/09/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 7/09/1988 C 4 N D22 



2 11/02/1988 B 7 N 
2 11/04/1988 A 1 P N S92 
2 11/05/1988 C 1 N N36 



1/07/1988 
1/08/1988 
1/21/1988 
4/07/1988 
4/12/1988 
8/09/1988 
9/06/1988 
9/13/1988 
9/29/1988 
12/09/1988 B 
12/10/1988 B 



7 
10 
1 
9 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
1 
11 



P 

F W66 
F B71 
N 

U W15 
U W15 
P 
U W15 

P S76 
P S76 



2 12/22/1988 D 
2 12/29/1988 D 



12 P N 
5 N 



S 2 2/09/1988 B 4 P U A76 
S 2 2/26/1988 C 6 P P K30 



2 2/10/1988 C 1 P N S92 

2 2/11/1988 B 7 P N N36 

2 2/27/1988 C 16 N J40 

2 5/16/1988 A 3 N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



S U B J E 



NCCU NEARS STANDARD TO SAVE TEACHING PROGRAM 
NCCU'S IMPROVEMENTS MAY YET QUIET SKEPTICS 
NCCU HAKES THE GRADE ON PASSING TEACHER EXAH 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF LAW 
SEE ALSO LEGAL EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

CONSTITUTION CELEBRATION SET AT N.C. CENTRAL LAW SCHOOL 

LAW GRADS CLOSE BAR EXAM GAP UNDER NCCU DEAN UESTERFIELD 

NCCU LAU STUDENTS TO STUDY AIDS ISSUES 

NCCU PANEL URGES LAUS TO ENCOURAGE AIDS TESTS 

SCANDALS, TV MAY PLAY ROLES IN LAU SCHOOL APPLICATION RISE 

NCCU LAU GRADUATE NAMED A SCHOLAR 

NCCU LAU SCHOOL GRADS SLIP ON STATE BAR EXAM 

MANY NCCU GRADS TO TRY BAR EXAM AGAIN 

NCCU PLANS TO SUPPLY DEMAND UITH LAW-tlBRARY SCIENCE PROGRAM 

NO APOLOGY IS NECESSARY 

NCCU STUDENT GIVES UP SLEEP, SOCIAL LIFE TO EARN LAU DEGREE 

SPANGLER NOT HAPPY UITH NCCU LAU SCORES 

'DISCRIMINATION ON THE RUN,' SAYS N.Y. LAWYER 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF LAU, ADMISSIONS 

LAU GRADS CLOSE BAR EXAM GAP UNDER NCCU DEAN UESTERFIELD 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF LAU, DEAN 

LAU GRADS CLOSE BAR EXAM GAP UNDER NCCU DEAN UESTERFIELD 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCH OOL OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE 
FOREIGNERS WRITE BETTER ENGLISH-NCCU TEACHER 
NCCU'S LIBRARY SCIENCE SCHOOL REACCREBITED 
NCCU LIBRARY SCHOOL GETS REACCREDITATION 
NCCU PLANS TO SUPPLY DEMAND WITH LAU-UBRARY SCIENCE PROGRAM 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF NURSING 
SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEFT. OF NURSING 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS 
SEE ALSO BOWLING 

SEE ALSO BULL CITY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION COMPLEX 

WHERE'S ATHLETIC DIRECTOR? 

NCCU ATHLETES' GRADUATION RATE SURPASSES OTHERS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 
EAGLES STILL PERFECT 
FANFARE/EAGLES FLY AGAIN 
RANKED EAGLES CLEAR COBWEBS IN VICTORY 
FIFTH-RANKED EAGLES WIN AGAIN 
EAGLES ROLL OVER ST. AUG'S 
EAGLES GO 9-0, TAKE TO THE ROAD 
HILL SCORES 18 A S EAGLES SOAR TO A 10-0 RECORD 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
HIGH-FLYING EAGLES NO. 2 

N.C. CENTRAL HOLDS BACK CHARGING BULLS FOR CIAA WIN 
EAGLES WIN AGAIN 
EAGLES EXECUTE FAYETTEVILLE ST. 
'POPS' MOVES DOWNTOWN 
EAGLES WIN 12TH 

EAGLES TRAVEL TO SHAW ON BRINK OF BEING NO. 1 
EAGLES CELEBRATE NO. 1 RANKING WITH ROMP OVER SHAW 
SHAW CAN'T TARNISH EAGLES' HIGH RANKING 
EAGLES' 2ND-HALF RUN LOCKS UP 76-57 WIN 
COACH BERNARD KEY TO EAGLES' TOP RANKING 
EAGLES RIDE LATE EXPLOSION 
GAINES: WSSU MUST AMBUSH EAGLES 
EAGLES SLIP BY RAMS 
WHERE EAGLES DARE 
EAGLES WIN THRILLER 
BERNARD SHARES SUCCESS WITH EAGLES 



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2 11/23/1988 A 
2 11/25/1988 A 
2 12/05/1988 A 


1 N S92 
4 E 
1 NS92 


S 2 2/08/1988 C 
H 2 3/06/1988 B 
S 2 3/12/1988 A 
S 2 3/15/1988 B 
H 2 4/13/1988 C 
S 2 6/23/1988 A 
H 2 8/25/1988 B 
S 2 8/25/1988 A 
H 2 8/27/1988 C 
H 2 8/28/1988 D 
S 2 9/06/1988 C 
CHH 1 9/10/1988 A 
H 2 10/13/1988 B 


4 N 
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9 N 

1 N B85 

3 N 
18 N 

2 N 

1 N H65 
1 N N36 

4 E 
1 P N 

3 N L90 
1 P N S82 


H 


2 3/06/1988 B 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 3/06/1988 B 


1 P N N36 


H 
H 
S 
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2 2/25/1988 B 
2 8/04/1988 C 
2 8/26/1988 B 
2 8/27/1988 C 


1 PN N36 
5 N 
8 N 
1 N N36 



2 8/22/1988 A 
2 12/21/1988 C 



4 L 
1 N 030 



1/04/1988 D 
1/05/1988 D 
1/06/1988 B 
1/06/1988 D 
1/10/1988 C 
1/11/1988 D 
1/12/1988 B 
1/13/1988 B 
1/13/1988 D 
1/14/1988 D 
1/14/1988 B 
1/17/1988 C 
1/17/1988 C 
1/18/1988 D 
1/19/1988 B 
1/20/1988 B 
1/20/1988 D 
1/22/1988 B 
1/22/1988 A 
1/22/1988 D 
1/23/1988 B 
1/24/1988 C 
1/24/1988 C 
1/25/1988 D 
1/28/1988 B 



N P52 
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N C68 
N P52 
N 

N P52 
N 
N 
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N C68 
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N C68 
N C68 
N 

N C68 
N C68 
N P52 
N C68 
E 

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N P52 
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NCCU'S FANS C.A.N. 

EAGLES RIP BOWIE „_. 

&S!^ fh£f WATTLE OF RICHMOND 
NCCU ATHLETE JOINS aiTE HALL OF FAME 
EAGLES W IN IN 20T 
EAGLES SUFFER FIRST LOSS 

HOOPS FOOD M _ 

2ND-HALF RUN PACES EAGLES 

EAGLES WIN NO, 20 __ „., 
FANFARE/NCCU FALLS TO 4TH 
EAGLES FALL TO SMITH 
BULLS PUT EAGLES' GOAL ON HOLD 
EAGLES SEEK FORFEIT 

FATHER KNOWS* BEST? NCCU'SCLEO HILL JR. LEARNED A LOT... 
EAGLES CLINCH SOUTHERN DIVISION TITLE 
EAGLES LOSE LOSS 
EAGLES WIN SOUTHERN 
SIFFORD SHOWS OFF FOR SHAW 

ffigWJF §&?& TO STRIKE IT BIG AGAINST RAMS 

NXrCENTRAL^SPECIAL' IN DEFEAT OF RAMS 

NCCU ENJOYS 'FINALE' 

BYE GIVES EAGLES AJKEAK „.„ 

EAGLES' FOCUS SHIFTS TO TOURNEY 

'eS^^iMlE SINCE 1950 

Sd^TosPlSkTt^T FOE HAMPTON 

BENNETT IGNITES 'HOT' EAGLES 
OFFICIAL BOOK ROBS J.C. SMITH OF UPSET 
NORFOLK PRESSES NCCU OUT OF CIAA TOURNAMENT 

^TDUHBf?M|^ LEjEWSWraLL GLORY 

S^St^^s^^im II BID 

THOMPSON SETS DEFENSIVE MAL 

5 UNC TEAMS, DUKE TO STORM THE NCAA 

EAGLES ^NBraWTMN « NCAA TORNEY 

nVcTCENTRAL SENIORS EYE ONE LAST RUN 

LET EAGLES SOAR 

^aWfJSSkSi!WffS&T TO TEAM, COACH'S HARD WORK 

EAGLES ROLL OVER VIRGINIA STATE 

EAGLES' NEW LINEUP TOO MUCH FOR VSU 

TROY ST. ENDS EAGLES' SEASON _ Ami 

LOCAL COLLEGE HOOPS STARS TO PLAY EACH OTHER FOR FUN 
C&I^BASKETBALL CONTINUES IN TRIANGLE 

VA. STATE *D' TRAPS EAGLES 

EAGLES SPRING 'LEAK,' RIP A8,T,66-54 

VISITING EAGLES DEMOLISH A&T AGGIES 

NCCU 89, ALL STARS 71 

EAGLES RIP ALL-STARS 

EAGLES TO HOST UNBEATEN NSU 



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1/29/1988 B 
1/30/1988 D 
1/30/1988 B 
2/02/1988 C 
2/02/1988 D 
2/02/1988 B 
2/03/1988 D 
2/04/1988 C 
2/05/1988 B 
2/05/1988 D 
2/07/1988 C 
2/08/1988 D 
2/09/1988 C 
2/09/1988 B 
2/10/1988 B 
2/11/1988 D 
2/11/1988 B 
2/11/1988 B 
2/14/1988 C 
2/14/1988 C 
2/15/1988 D 
2/16/1988 B 
2/17/1988 B 
2/17/1988 D 
2/20/1988 
2/20/1988 
2/21/1988 
2/22/1988 
2/22/1988 _ 
2/23/1988 B 
2/23/1988 B 
2/24/1988 D 
2/24/1988 D 
2/25/1988 D 
2/25/1988 B 
2/26/1988 B 
2/26/1988 B 
2/26/1988 B 
2/27/1988 B 
2/27/1988 B 
2/28/1988 C 
2/29/1988 D 
3/02/1988 C 
3/02/1988 B 
3/07/1988 D 
3/09/1988 D 
3/10/1988 A 
3/10/1988 B 
3/11/1988 B 
3/11/1988 A 
3/11/1988 D 
3/11/1988 A 
3/12/1988 D 
3/12/1988 B 
3/13/1988 C 
3/14/1988 D 
3/15/1988 C 
3/20/1988 C 
4/12/1988 D 
4/26/1988 B 
11/15/1988 D 
11/18/1988 D 
11/18/1988 D 
11/21/1988 B 
11/22/1988 D 
12/01/1988 D 
12/01/1988 B 
12/04/1988 C 
12/05/1988 D 
12/06/1988 B 



U A76 
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N P52 
N C68 
F 
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N C68 
F H45 
N C68 
NP52 
N C68 
N P52 
N C68 
N 
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1 P N C68 
1 P N P52 
3 NP52 
1 N C68 
3 P N C68 
5 P N P52 
N P52 
P N C68 
P N P52 
N 

N C68 
N C68 
N P52 
N 
P N P52 
N 

N C68 
P N P52 
P N C68 
P N P52 
P N C68 
P N P52 
P N P52 
P N C68 
P N P52 
P N C68 

N 
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N 

N C68 
P N P52 

E 
P U P52 
P N C68 

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P N P52 
P N C68 
P N P52 
P N A76 
P N C68 
P N A76 
P N A76 
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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1788 



SUBJECTS 



EAGLES ROLL BY NORFOLK ST. 

NCCU DEFENSE DOMINATES SPARTANS 

HOT N.C. CENTRAL GETS BULLISH WITH LEAGUE FOES 

N.C. CENTRAL RIPS LIVINGSTONE 

EAGLES SKIN BEARS; FACE ST. AUG'S 

NCCU SLIPS BY ST. AUG'S 

EAGLES RELIEVED TO CLAIM TITLE 

EAGLES FACE BIG TEST 

NCCU 66, W. TEXAS ST. 58 

NCCU EAGLES STUN GANNON IN PORRECO 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL <WOHEN> 
ST. AUG'S (U) 87. N.C. CENTRAL 62 
UDC (W> 87, NCCU 46 

WAKE NIPS UNC-WILMINGTON; 2 MORE PLAYERS OUT FOR YEAR 
FAYETTEVILLE ST. (U) 79, NCCU 37 
NORFOLK ST. (W) 76, NCCU 40 
UNCG <W) 89, N.C. CENTRAL 71 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

EAGLES STAY ALOFT WITH ROAD VICTORY 

EAGLES SIGN HILLSIDE'S WILLIAMS 

FANFARE/NEW EAGLE-AGGIE DATE 

NCCU IS CHANGING ITS FOCUS ON HARVEY 

NCCU OPENS AT HOME AGAINST A&T 

EAGLES ANNOUNCE FOOTBALL SLATE 

FLIGHT PREPARATIONS 

EAGLES LOOK TO BREAK BREAK-EVEN PATTERN 

EAGLES' NEST 

CIAA ROUNDS UP LOTS OF LAUGHS 

'BODYGUARDS' GET EXTRA DUTY 

EARL HARVEY'S GOAL IS SIMPLE! WIN 

EAGLES AND RAMS CLASS OF CIAA SOUTH 

EAGLES PREP FOR A&T AND COACH 

EAGLES FOCUS ON AGGIES 

EAGLES VS. AGGIES: THIS ONE BOILS DOWN TO MATTER OF PRIDE 

FOOTBALL KICKS OFF '88 SEASON 

N.C. A&T AT N.C. CENTRAL 

EAGLES (PRINTED IN FULL 9-5-88) 

EAGLES GET OFF TO RUNNING START 

DEFENSE RULES IN EAGLES' OPENER 

EAGLES PLANNING TO HAVE SOLUTION FOR SATURDAY'S MYSTERY OPPONENT 

EAGLES MUST AVOID LETDOWN VS. MORRIS BROWN 

COOLEY FILLING TIGHT END HOLE FOR EAGLES WITH QUICK FEET 

UNC, DUKE FACE 'BIG-TIME' FOES 

N.C. CENTRAL AT MORRIS BROWN 

EAGLES STRUGGLE TO 13-10 VICTORY 

EAGLES EDGE MORRIS BROWN 

EAGLES CONTINUE TALKING VIRTUES OF DEFENSE 

NCCU OFFENSE HOPES TO HELP DEFENSE 

DEFENSIVE SECONDARY HELPS EAGLES GET OFF TO FLYING START 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

'PACK, DEACONS TO TEST EACH OTHER 

N.C. CENTRAL AT NORFOLK ST. 

EAGLE DEFENSE COMES THROUGH WITH VICTORY 

EAGLES' NEST LINED WITH HEROES 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

EAGLES LOOKING TO AVOID REPEAT AGAINST BRONCOS 

EAGLE LINE OVERLOOKED? 

DEVILS, CAVS AWAITING 'HIGH NOON' 

N.C. CENTRAL AT FAYETTEVILLE ST. 

EAGLES RIDE HARVEY'S ARM TO VICTORY 

EAGLES TURN THINGS AROUND IN SECOND HALF 

EAGLES' OFFENSE, DEFENSE FINALLY MESH 

GUIDRY FIRES UP EAGLES 

DEVILS TRY TO MAKE VANDY VICTIM NO. 5 

VIRGINIA UNION AT N.C. CENTRAL 

VIRGINIA UNION HANDS EAGLES FIRST DEFEAT 

AWFUL START GIVES NCCU FIRST DEFEAT 

EAGLES FOCUS ON SEASON'S SECOND HALF 



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12/07/1988 D 
12/07/1988 D 
12/09/1988 B 
12/10/1988 B 
12/10/1988 B 
12/11/1988 C 
12/12/1988 D 
12/29/1988 B 
12/30/1988 B 
12/31/1988 B 



2 1/26/1988 D 
2 1/29/1988 B 
2 2/04/1988 D 
2 2/07/1988 C 
2 2/23/1988 B 
2 12/04/1988 C 



1/12/1988 B 
2/12/1988 C 
3/30/1988 D 
7/17/1988 C 
8/07/1988 C 
8/08/1988 D 
8/12/1988 B 
8/23/1988 D 
8/23/1988 D 
8/24/1988 B 
8/24/1988 D 
8/26/1988 
8/26/1988 
8/31/1988 
8/31/1988 
9/01/1988 
9/02/1988 
9/03/1988 
9/04/1988 B 
9/05/1988 B 
9/05/1988 D 
9/07/1988 
9/07/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/09/1988 
9/10/1988 
9/11/1988 
9/12/1988 
9/14/1988 B 
9/14/1988 D 
9/15/1988 
9/15/1988 
9/16/1988 
9/17/1988 
9/18/1988 
9/19/1988 
9/20/1988 
9/21/1988 
9/21/1988 
9/23/1988 B 
9/24/1988 B 
9/25/1988 C 
9/26/1988 
9/28/1988 
9/28/1988 
9/30/1988 
10/01/1988 
10/02/1988 
10/03/1988 



N P75 
N P52 
N P75 
N P75 
N P52 
N P75 
U P52 
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N C36 
N 
N 

P C45 
N 

P C45 
N C68 
N P52 
N P52 
N A76 
N P75 
N P52 
N P75 
N 
N 
N 

N P75 
U P52 
N P75 
U P52 
N P75 
N 
N 

N P75 
N 

N P75 
U P52 
N P75 
N 
N 
N 

N P75 
N P75 
N 

N P75 
N A76 
N 
N 

N P75 
U A76 
1 P N P75 



10/05/1988 B 



N A76 
N 
N 

N P75 
U A76 
N P75 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



EAGLES SEARCH FOR FIRST-HALF OFFENSE 

fIrST-HALF MISCUES HAMPER HARVEY 

HEELS. DEACONS DESPERATE FOR A WIN 

NX. CENTRAL AT LIVINGSTONE 

HARVEY KEYS EAGLES' ROUT OF BEARS 

EAGLES ^FINALLY ' COAST TO EASY WIN 

FQRWTTIMO^; EVDM7-0 HAS ROOM F(* IMPROVEMENT 

^^feT^fe raiES CLIP VIKINGS 
C^SH&?M Sffi* WITH RUNNING RAMS 

fJgles^goal simple: beat uinston-salem mwm 

THROUGH THE YEARSTRtflS VS. EAGLES VERY SERIOUS AFFAIR 
BUSY SATURDAY SET FOR TOBACCO ROAD 

g&^SWU&i SWb WINSTON-S*EM STATE 

tSSS^ aW^ra EAGLES 
EAGLESFEALIZE 8-0 BOUIE STATE NO DOORMAT 
DUKE, STATE BID TO IMPRESS BOWLS 
N.C. CENTRAL AT BOWIE ST. m 
TIE KEEPS N.C. CENTRAL FROM TITLE 
EAGLES STAGE INCREDIBLE RALLY FOR TIE 
EAGLES GET FINAL SHOT AT PLAYOFF BERTH 
EAGLES FIGHTING TO EXTEND SEASON 
DUKE AND WAKE BOAST POTENT OFFENSES 
J.C. SMITH AT N.C. CENTRAL 

n $ ^s uuKg -■ t ° s ™™ 

SS8 M ^N CI^S& DIVISION 
F^A^HARVEYNWCD ALL-CIAA FOR FOURTH TIME 

^^ WBSlBV WIT, FIRST FtAYOFF BERTH 

BMNRB IBiB M 1 ^ so* noise. 

EAGLES LIKE MATCHUP ralEOT „ 
DUKE-UNC: NO BOWL, NO SPURRIER 
WIN. -SALEM ST. AT N.C. CENTRAL 
N C CENTRAL SLAPS RAMS 

K fIn^GI S&b also look very familiar 

%8!WF8&88gffii BIG ROAD GAME 
SACRAMENTO COACH PRAISES EAGLES 
EAGLESThORJCTS SWOOP TOWARD BERTH IN SEMIS 
EAGLES TO STRIKE GOLD? 
SACRAMENTO BOMBS N.C. CENTRAL 
OUTMANNO EAGLES SMILING AFTER ROUT 

'aHE^BEST oTSi NCCU FOOTBALL COACH HANK LATTIHORE... 

n.c. tBmLVK^snm* Jjccer 

'ANOTHERTHYME' AND PLACE, THE EAGLES MIGHT HAVE kftJN 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, SOFTBALL 

^^HEEL?NIP L WcOCKS, 3-2, IN BASEBALL 

£S i&J&K, CLEMSON THUH>S UNC, 8-5 
BLUE DEVILS NET WOMEN'S CROW 

n.c. central univ. sports, tennis 

tT^ip^e^lsT^y, state lead hjke golf 

EAGLESCOURT SUCCESS WITH TENNIS VICTORIES 
N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, TRACK 



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10/05/1988 B 
10/07/1988 B 
10/07/1988 B 
10/08/1988 B 
10/09/1988 C 
10/10/1988 D 
10/1271988 B 
10/12/1988 D 
10/14/1988 
10/15/1988 
10/16/1988 
10/17/1988 
10/19/1988 
10/19/1988 
10/20/1988 
10/21/1988 
10/22/1988 
10/23/1988 
10/24/1988 
10/26/1988 
10/26/1988 
10/28/1988 
10/29/1988 
10/30/1988 
10/31/1988 . 
11/02/1988 B 
11/02/1988 D 
11/04/1988 B 
11/05/1988 B 
11/06/1988 C 
11/06/1988 C 
11/07/1983 D 
11/08/1988 B 
11/08/1988 B 
11/09/1988 D 
11/14/1988 B 
11/15/1988 A 
11/16/1988 D 
11/16/1988 D 
11/18/1988 B 
11/19/1988 D 
11/20/1988 C 
11/21/1988 D 
11723/1988 D 
11/23/1988 D 
11/24/1988 B 
11/25/1988 D 
11/26/1988 D 
11/26/1988 B 
11/27/1988 C 
11/28/1988 D 
12/05/1988 D 
12/11/1988 C 



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N P75 
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N P73 
U A76 
N P75 
N P52 
N 
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N P75 
U P52 
N P75 
N A76 
N P75 
N 
N 

N P75 
U P52 
N P75 
N P52 
N 
N 

N P75 
N 

N P75 
N P52 
N 
N 

N P75 
N P75 
U P52 
N 
N 

NP52 
N P75 
E 

N P75 
NP52 
N 
N 

N P75 
U P52 
N P75 
N P52 
U P52 
N P52 
N P75 
N P52 
N P52 
U P52 
N 
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S 2 4/19/1988 D 3 P N A76 



H 2 3/17/1988 D 4 N 

H 2 3/30/1988 D 2 N 

H 2 4/03/1988 C 15 N 

H 2 4/18/1988 D 2 N 



H 2 3/23/1988 B 4 M 
H 2 3/27/1988 C 9 P N 
H 2 4/03/1988 C 15 N 



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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



HE WENT FROM COACH TO CHANCELLOR 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE 
INSTITUTE PLANNED AT NCCU ON SPORTS ADMINISTRATION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS HALL OF FAME 

ELEVEN ARE TO BE ENSHRINED IN N.C. CENTRAL HALL OF FAME 

N.C. CEREBRAL PALSY HOSPITAL 

SEE LENOX BAKER CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

N.C. CHAMBER SOLOISTS 
SEE ALSO CHAMBER MUSIC 
A BIT OF ROMANTIC CHAMBER MUSIC 
N.C. CHAMBER SOLOISTS PLAY 'ROMANTIC' MUSIC... 

N.C. CHILD ADVOCACY INSTITUTE 
SEE ALSO CHILD ADVOCACY 
POVERTY AND BROKEN HOMES HURTING MANY N.C. CHILDREN 
MORE THAN CONCERN NEEDED FOR CHILDREN 

CHILD ADVOCATES SAY MANY CHILDREN VICTIMS OF INSUFFICIENT AID 
STATS SHOW STRENGTHS, WEAKNESSES 

N.C. CHILD CARE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE 
BRITISH SOCIAL WORKERS EXAMINE LOCAL SERVICES 

N.C. CHILD DAY CARE COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS, LICENSING REQUIREMENTS 
COMPROMISE SOUGHT ON DAY-CARE PLAN 
DAYCARE RATIOS CAUSING CONCERN, FRICTION 
LET CHURCH DAY-CARE CENTERS SPANK-OFFICIAL 
SPANKING OUT OF PLACE IN DAY CARE CENTERS 
ORANGE'S MESSAGE IS 'NO' TO SPANKING 
N.C. PANEL UPHOLDS BAN ON SPANKING 
CHILD'S SAFETY, NOT RELIGION, TOP PRIORITY 

N.C. CHILD DAY CARE LICENSING BOARD 
SEE N.C. CHILD DAY CARE COMMISSION 
SEE N.C. OFFICE OF CHILD DAY CARE LICENSING 

N.C. CHOREOGRAPHY PROJECT 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO CHOREOGRAPHERS 
RESULTS FROM CHOREOGRAPHY PROJECT SLATED FOR FESTIVAL 

N.C. CITIZENS ASSEMBLY 

600 SET FOR POLICY AWARENESS FORUMS IN CHAPEL HILL, 8 OTHER CITIES 

N.C. CITIZENS FOR BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 
THE ALARMS OF ILLITERACY 

GARDNER PLANNING TO LEAD CRUSADE COMBATTING DRUGS 
MARTIN! GOVERNORS SHOULD HAVE 'LINE-ITEM' VETO POWER 
PROPOSED REFORMS FOR N.C. PUBLIC SCHOOLS UNVEILED 

N.C. CIVIC EDUCATION PROJECT 

GROUPS ALLEGE RACISM AT DUKE 

BLACK GROUPS SEEK DUKE ACTION ON RACISM 

DUKE RACISM CHARGED 

MEN SAY DUKE RIFE WITH RACISM 

SPEAKERS PROTEST IDEA OF CLOSING EAST END SCHOOL 

RALLY SUPPORTS BLACK EMPLOYEES OF DUKE 

N.C. CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 
ACLU OFFICES MOVE 

LIBERTIES GROUP WILL NOT PURSUE GARNER FLAG CASE 
LEGAL GROUP TO REPRESENT FIRED DRIVERS 



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C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 2/02/1988 D 10 P N 
H 2 8/30/1988 B 1 N A54 
H 2 4/12/1988 B 3 P N 



1/24/1988 D 8 P P 
1/28/1988 D 7 P P 



H 2 3/17/1988 D 6 N 

S 2 3/18/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 8/30/1988 A 9 N 

CHH 1 9/30/1988 A 3 N M23 



CHH 1 10/21/1988 A 3 N H90 



H 


2 6/09/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 9/10/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/02/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 10/04/1988 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 11/15/1988 A 


3 


N M20 


S 


2 11/18/1988 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 11/25/1988 A 


4 


E 



H 2 7/12/1988 B 1 P N W66 
H 2 1/25/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 3/24/1988 A 4 E 

H 2 12/02/1988 A 16 P N 

H 2 12/02/1988 A 16 N 

H 2 12/14/1988 DUN 



4/22/1988 C 
5/01/1988 B 
5/03/1988 C 
5/03/1988 C 
7/25/1988 B 
7/25/1988 B 



1 
1 

14 
1 
1 
1 



N 
N 
N 

N H70 
N J40 
N W29 



H 2 3/07/1988 C 2 N 
H 2 3/18/1988 C 16 N 
S 2 4/02/1988 C 1 N 



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N 
P 

H 

H 

S 

CHH 

S 



D — DATE- 



S 

E 
C -PG 



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L P BYL 



H 
S 
S 
H 
H 



snr FEAR LIBEL JUDGMENT COULD CHILL RIGHT TO PETITION GOVERNMENT 
B^^ SSfclL^ukBTO REPEM. NOISE ORDINANCE 
2FR01 mm SUE TO GET PARTY ON BALLOT 
POLICE UM3TIGATING CHARGE OF BRUTALITY 
ACLU SHOWS DEFIANT OPTIMISM 

%C tifBE %8?$8W* TENNIS TOURNAMENT 

N * C ' W^g S S^& IN ELECTION YEAR 

N * C * St kK^ITIC OFFERS TO RESIGN 
TEXASGULFTO REDUCE PHOSPHORUS IN PAMLICO 
MttTMtfPODmOTS TO COASTAL GROUP UPSETSOME 
SfiCIALSSAY COOPERATION NEEDED TO SAVE WETLANDS 
COASTAL ra^TIWGETS $115,000 FROM THREE FOUNDATIONS 

N.C. COASTAL MANAGEMENT ACT 

<TE ALSO COASTAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

STATEMUST ACT NOW TO SAVE CHERISHED COAST 

S^Ss^m^^^^^^^^^ WORK ON PERMIT 
COAOTAL PANELTO CT< BAN ON PLASTIC SIX-PACK RINGS 
U &KlT^?VE tt C^^irw^|SlI»E M*> TO ENTICE TWISTS 
B SBWJ^affl^imWBT IN COPER'S VOTE... 
Kn K^^TO^COASTAL GROUP UPSET SO* 

^&J3S KVE^&ISHERMEN CONFLICTS 
PWCL WILLTOY TO pJsOLVE COHFLICTSON TIDAL LANDS 

Hffi Wff&Sflk S88ffl E A ?wffi? aL JUNCTURE 

^SEE^C*!!*. UNIV. 

N.C. COMMISSION ON INDIAN AFFAIRS 
SEE N.C. INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION 

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

SE JORDAN SEKSWICE, SUPPORT ON WORKER RETRAINING PROGRAMS 

S E ?SV^V0R ra .a B F^&' 

"Ml BWS^&W^HS1T« U.S. CONSTITUTION 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY BICENTENNIAL COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSO U.S. CONSTITUTION H 

JORDAN STRESSES Z^™>Jg»$™ R 

JORDAN SAYS GOOD OLD DAYS YET TO COME H 

S TODAYON BICENTENNIAL OF CONSTITUTION H 



5/22/1988 A 
5/28/1988 A 
7/13/1988 C 
9/24/1988 A 
10/18/1988 B 



14 N 

11 N 
1 N M06 
1 P N M70 
4 J Oil 



H 2 10/01/1988 C 1 P N L40 



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



1/12/1988 B 

5/10/1988 B 

8/25/1988 A 

10/19/1988 C 

12/16/1988 C 



5 

11 

12 

2 

3 



N 
N 
N 
N 

N H60 



H 2 8/05/1988 A 8 N 
H 2 12/04/1988 B 5 N 
S 2 12/04/1988 A 4 E 



2/08/1988 B 8 

2/10/1988 A 11 

3/18/1988 B 7 

3/25/1988 C 2 

5/09/1988 A 9 

6/08/1988 B 16 

7/07/1988 C 14 

7/08/1988 B 12 

8/03/1988 C 5 

8/25/1988 A 12 

8/29/1988 A 9 

9/08/1988 B 10 

10/04/1988 C 12 

10/12/1988 A 10 

10/15/1988 B 5 

12/27/1988 C 1 

12/28/1988 A 4 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
E 



S 2 2/12/1988 A 7 N 
H 2 8/04/1988 D 4 N 
S 2 11/15/1988 B 10 N 



1/20/1988 B 
1/20/1988 B 
2/13/1988 C 



1 P N T33 
1 N 
3 N 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



TRIANGLE LEADERS PREPARE FOR BICENTENNIAL FESTIVITIES 

COURT THREATENS DELICATE BALANCE OF FEDERALISM, ANALYST SAYS 

TOWN TO CELEBRATE CONSTITUTION'S 200TH 

CONSTITUTIONAL DEBATE TO RAGE AGAIN IN HILLSBOROUGH 

N.C. DEBATE RE-ENACTMENT 

HILLSBOROUGH TO CELEBRATE PLACE IN HISTORY 

HILLSBOROUGH HOSTS HISTORIC HOOPLA 

2 DELEGATES FROM DURHAM HAY DEBATE 

THE CONSTITUTIONAL QUANDARY 

HILLSBOROUGH CELEBRATION HARKS CONSTITUTION DEBATE 

1788 DEBATES TAUGHT LESSON, SAYS JORDAN 

PLAYS, COSTUMES, DEBATES FILL TOWN 

N.C. COMPETENCY TEST COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. ANNUAL TESTING COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, COMPETENCY TESTS 
COMPETENCY TEST EXEMPTIONS URGED 

N.C. COMPUTER COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO N.C, COMPUTERS 

CENTER TO HANDLE COMPUTER 

SUPERCOMPUTER TO BE IN RESEARCH PARK 

CONTRACT APPROVED ON SUPERCOMPUTER 

SUPERCOMPUTER HOME PLANNED ON CORNWALLIS 

THORNBURG: SUPERCOMPUTER INFORMATION SHOULD BE AVAILABLE 

RTP FIRM COMPLETES PURCHASE OF SUPERCOMPUTER 

SECRET CONTRACT N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER GLITCH 

SECRET CONTRACT N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER GLITCH 

SECRET COMPUTER DEAL THWARTS ACCOUNTABILITY 

N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER MYSTERY COST UNVEILED 

N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER MYSTERY COST UNVEILED 

SUPERCOMPUTER DEAL INVITES PUBLIC DISTRUST 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER REPORT DODGES COST OF SUPERCOMPUTER 

N.C. CONFERENCE FOR EDUCATING BLACK CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, STUDENTS 
BLACK STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT STRESSED 

N.C. CONFERENCE OF THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
SEE N.C UNITED METHODIST CONFERENCE 

N.C. CONSERVATION COUNCIL 

SEE CONSERVATION COUNCIL OF N.C. 

N.C. CONSTITUTION 

SEE ALSO GUBERNATORIAL SUCCESSION 
SEE ALSO N.C, GOVERNORS 
SEE ALSO VETO POWER 

CONSTITUTIONAL TRIVIA 

COURT BACKS CONDITIONAL USE ZONING 

N.C CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION 
SEE ALSO U.S. CONSTITUTION 
PLANNING SESSION FOR CELEBRATION SLATED THURSDAY 
TWO TO REPRESENT DURHAM AT 'CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION' 

N.C CORRECTIONAL CENTER FOR WOMEN 
SEE ALSO PRISONERS, N.C 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, PRISONERS 

ASSAULT ON ILLITERACY 

LAWMAKER RAPS CONDITIONS FOR MENTALLY ILL PRISONERS 

N.C COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 
WHAT'S SO HEINOUS ABOUT HER CRIME? 
N.C. CHURCH COUNCIL SETS LEGISLATIVE AIMS 

N.C COUNCIL OF STATE 



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E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



H 

CHH 

S 

S 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



3/14/1988 
6/12/1988 
6/14/1988 
7/04/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/21/1988 
7/22/1988 
7/22/1988 
7/24/1988 
7/24/1988 



N C64 
N L90 
N 

N R63 
L 

N H90 
N H02 
N H02 
F W66 
N H90 
N K65 
N L90 



S 2 4/07/1988 A 16 N 



H 


2 6/08/1988 B 


1 


N 046 


S 


2 6/09/1988 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 8/05/1988 C 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 8/27/1988 C 


1 


N K65 


S 


1 9/27/1988 A 


8 


N 


S 


2 9/29/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/02/1988 A 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 10/02/1988 A 


1 


N K65 


S 


2 10/04/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/05/1988 A 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 10/05/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 10/05/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/08/1988 C 


1 


N R80 



H 2 10/16/1988 B 4 N 



H 2 5/31/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 7/29/1988 C 14 N 



H 2 2/16/1988 B 8 N 
H 2 6/14/1988 B 9 N 



H 2 1/07/1988 A 4 
S 2 8/31/1988 A 6 



H 2 2/04/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 11/26/1988 A 7 N 



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-DATE- 



S 
E 
C -ffi 



H 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



hARTIN, JORDAN STEP INTO RING TO SLUG IT OUT FOR STATE'S TOP POST 
LACK tf FUJffiSLIMIT GOV. MATIN'S LAWSUITS 

SvACRE ADDITION TO ENO RIVER PARK APPROVED fwuimrTe 
COUNCIL OF STATE RACES MORE THAN PERSONALITY CONTESTS 

S^P^^SE LEGATORS' PAY 

PAYRAISEBILL GETS COOL RECEPTION 

$90,000 MORE GOES FORCOLUDER 

$90 000 SMALL PRICE FOR RIGHT MESSAGE 

S^TECFFICES STICKY ISSUE FOR VOTERS 

NC PUBLIC TELEVISION OFFERS DEBATE COVERAGE 

DEMOCRATS' BUS TOUR SCOUTS FOR VOTES 

K!nG°L0PSIEO ™ COUNCIL OF STATE CAMPAIGNS 
THEFIERCELY FOUGHT COUNCIL OF STATE MAR 

^wtcSWm-K %SSmSSm Brag tight mcb 

wmKTfSs FfTRCE CHANGEIN DEMOCRATS? MEET (CORRECTED 11-19-88) 
tEHOCRATS? ffiwfpW03ESPA^ TO PICK NEXT PARTY LEADER 

N.C. COUNCIL ON AGING 

SEE N.C. DIVISION OF AGING 

N.C. COUNCIL ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 
SEE ALSO DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 
PLANTING SEEDS OF HOPE 

N.C. COURT OF APPEALS 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. S 

WORKERS COMP RULE TO BE APPEALED 3 

COURTRULES HANCOCK, FIRM OWE $28,893 g 

APPEALS OTURT ORDERS TRIAL ON LAWSUIT C 

NaTRIALORDERO IN BOOKSTORE CASE JJ 

life vsa H ii J sgaea m ■ it 

COURT RULES ESC TOED IN CHAPEL HILL CASE JJ 
?$McS WiFHElWhIGH COURT/SURPLUS MILITARY SALES REGOATED H 

N^CajR^RULING BREAKS NEW GROUND H 

H^Ca^SoN^S ffi i^BUT^ICATIONS KEPT N*R0« 8 

COURT S$S PAWEL CAN REINSTATE FIRED STATE EMPLOYEES | 

MPjf OGUGUA CLOSER TO STAYING IN U.S. 2 

^.OOOKSTITUTION IN DEATH OVERTURNED H 

^cwWjWnn fdr robbery » 

^t^SmwmxvS^mjm conviction^ s 

COURT ffiVEplES^ISIONIN WORKER'S COMPENSATION CASE jj 

Sm UPHOLDS DISMISSAL OF LIBEL SUITS 9 

mURT ASSES ADARON DESERVES COMMISSION „ r . H 

APPEALS^T OVERTURNSBAILD TIN MOREHEADLM) SPAT S 

APPEALS COURT: JUDGE'S QUIPS PREJUDICED CASE H 

CO^W^raUNTIES ON TAX FORMULAS „ AMr B 

PTOIOUSraN&ICTION AN ISSUE IN ORPHANAGE CASE H 



1/03/1988 A 
1/04/1988 B 
1/05/1988 A 
1/06/1988 A 
2/03/1988 C 
2/10/1988 A 
4/15/1988 B 
5/12/1988 A 
6/03/1988 B 
6/08/1988 A 
6/09/1988 A 
8/02/1988 A 
9/06/1988 A 
10/26/1988 C 
10/30/1988 D 
11/02/1988 B 
11/05/1988 A 
11/09/1988 A 
11/10/1988 B 
11/18/1988 C 
11/30/1988 B 



1 I 

7 

1 
12 

1 

5 

6 
13 

4 

1 

4 

5 

7 

1 

1 

1 

4 
12 

8 

1 

5 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N 046 

J 

N 
1 N 

N 

N 046 

E 

J Oil 
> N 

N W29 
• N L40 

N 

E 

N 

N 
P N W29 
? N U29 



H 2 1/13/1988 A 7 P F Zll 



S 2 1/13/1988 C 1 N M06 



2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

3 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 



1/08/1988 A 
1/20/1988 B 
2/03/1988 B 
2/17/1988 B 
3/04/1988 C 
3/16/1988 
3/17/1988 
3/19/1988 
3/19/1988 
3/19/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/07/1988 B 
4/20/1988 C 
4/20/1988 
4/20/1988 
5/04/1988 
5/04/1988 
5/18/1988 
6/01/1988 B 
6/01/1988 A 
6/01/1988 C 
6/03/1988 B 
6/07/1988 A 
6/21/1988 C 
7/05/1988 B 
7/06/1988 B 
7/06/1988 C 
7/20/1988 B 
7/20/1988 B 
7/20/1988 A 
7/21/1988 B 
8/03/1988 B 
8/23/1988 B 



3 

18 F 
8 
10 
2 
6 
17 
1 
1 
1 
4 
4 
4 
1 
2 
8 
5 
5 
1 

14 
1 
1 
7 
11 
4 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
8 
10 
3 

18 
1 



N 

N L40 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N 046 
N S82 
N N36 
N 

N L40 
N R53 
N L40 
N 

N L40 
J Oil 

N B53 
N R53 
N R53 
N 
N 
N 
E 

N M06 
N S82 
N 
N 

N P41 
N P41 
N 
N 
N 
N T33 



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$1 MILLION DUKE JUDGMENT THROWN OUT 

COURT UPHOLDS JUDGMENT AGAINST CITY, FIRE MARSHAL 

COURT REFUSES TO EXPAND SHIELD AGAINST DISMISSAL 

COURT: FUNDING LOSS NO REASON TO FIRE TEACHER 

COURT RULES MAN WAS NOT TOO FAT FOR EMPLOYMENT 

COURT UPHOLDS DISMISSAL OF SUBSTITUTE TEACHER'S SUIT 

COURT? WATKINS JUSTIFIED IN HANDLING OF ESTATE 

UATKINS RULED INNOCENT OF MISCONDUCT 

DAY CARE WORKER WINS UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS 

COURT OF APPEALS UPHOLDS N.C. SEAT BELT LAW 

environmentalists: ruling a SETBACK 

COURT UPHOLDS AWARDS IN PERSON COURTHOUSE CASE 

COURT RULING SHOULDN'T STOP ENO CLEANUP 

RULING TAKES TEETH OUT OF DEM 

STATE SEEKS FEDERAL HELP ON ENVIRONMENTAL RULES 

STATE AGENCIES NEED CLOUT TO BE EFFECTIVE 

APPEALS COURT ORDERS 3RD SENTENCING HEARING IN ASSAULT, KIDNAPPING 

COURT DENIES IN-STATE RATE FOR STUDENT 

N.C. COURT OF APPEALS, ELECTIONS 

MARTIN, JORDAN STEP INTO RING TO SLUG IT OUT FOR STATE'S TOP F'OST 

SECOND DEMOCRAT WILL SEEK POST ON APPEALS COURT 

FRIDAY FOR APPEALS COURT 

ALAN HICKS FOR COURT OF APPEALS (AD) 

TAR HEEL VOTERS PRIMED FOR TUESDAY'S RACES,- N.C. HOT CONTESTS... 

ELECT JUDGE JACK LEWIS, N.C. COURT OF APPEALS (AD) 

ALAN HICKS FOR COURT OF APPEALS (AD) 

ELECT JUDGE JOHN R. FRIDAY TO THE N.C. COURT OF APPEALS (AD) 

MS. GARRETT THUMPS COOK IN REGISTER OF DEEDS RACE 

RAND-HARDISON RUNOFF LOOMS; GARDNER MAKES GOP COMEBACK 

STATE AUDITOR, APPEALS COURT JUDGES 

JORDAN TELLS DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES HE WILL CAMPAIGN AS TEAM PLAYER 

REPUBLICAN JUDGE BATTLES N.C. DEMOCRATIC ODDS 

RUNOFF SET FOR APPEALS COURT POST 

APPEALS COURT RUNOFF 

WHY DON'T THEY JUST FLIP A COIN? 

DURHAM TO USE PAPER BALLOTS IN RUNOFF, WILL SAVE MONEY 

CORRECTION 

VOTE FOR JUDGE JOHN B. (JACK) LEWIS, JR., N.C. COURT OF APPEALS (AD) 

TINY VOTER TURNOUT EXPECTED ON TUESDAY 

APPEALS COURT RACE RUN ON EXPERIENCE, NO FEATS 

POLLS WILL OPEN TUESDAY 

VOTE FOR JUDGE JOHN B. (JACK) LEWIS, JR., N.C. COURT OF APPEALS (AD) 

ONE STATEWIDE RACE ON BALLOT 

THE PAPER CHASE 

SOME LOCAL, COURT RUNOFFS SET TODAY 

JUDGE RACE DR AWS SLOW TURNOUT 

LEWIS BREEZES TO VICTORY IN LISTLESS ELECTION 

RUNOFF TURNOUT OF 1.7X MAY BE DURHAM'S LOWEST 

JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS 

LOW VOTER TURNOUT RENEWS CRIES FOR MERIT SELECTION OF JUDGES 

SPARSE VOTER TURNOUT HINDERS ELECTI ON RE FORM 

LOW TURNOUT SHOWS MERIT SELECTION BETTER 

N.C. COURTS COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 
ROBESON COUNTY JUDICIAL SYSTEM PRAISED BY JUDGE 

N.C. CRIME VICTIMS COMPENSATION COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO VICTIM RESTITUTION PLAN 
FIRST AWARDS MADE UNDER VICTIMS COMPENSATION ACT 
CRIME VICTIMS MISSING OUT ON COMPENSATION PROGRAM 
STABBING VICTIM RECEIVES $3830 

N.C. CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING AND STANDARDS COUNCIL 
STATE TO BEGIN DRUG TESTING OF LAW OFFICERS 

N.C. CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION 
SEE CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION 

N.C. DAIRY PRODUCTS ASSOCIATION 



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



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



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



9/07/1988 A 
9/07/1988 C 
9/21/1988 B 
9/21/1988 C 
10/05/1988 B 
10/05/1988 B 
11/01/1988 A 
11/02/1988 A 
11/04/1988 A 
12/07/1988 B 
12/07/1988 C 
12/07/1988 B 
12/07/1988 A 
12/07/1988 A 
12/08/1988 A 
12/08/1988 A 
12/21/1988 B 
12/21/1988 A 



1/03/1988 A 

1/06/1988 B 

4/27/1988 A 

4/28/1988 

5/01/1988 

5/02/1988 

5/02/1988 

5/02/1988 

5/04/1988 

5/04/1988 

5/04/1988 

5/05/1988 

5/06/1988 

5/11/1988 B 

5/19/1988 A 

5/24/1988 

5/27/1988 

5/28/1988 

5/29/1988 

5/29/1988 

5/30/1988 

5/30/1988 

5/30/1988 

5/31/1988 B 

5/31/1988 A 

5/31/1988 B 

5/31/1988 A 

6/01/1988 

6/01/1988 

6/01/1988 

6/02/1988 

6/03/1988 

6/03/1988 



1 
1 
2 
1 
6 
8 
2 
1 
2 
4 
6 
1 
1 
4 
14 
4 
9 
1 



N L40 
N L40 
N 

N L40 
N 

N R53 
N 

N L40 
N 
N 

N C60 
N L40 
N R63 
E 
N 
E 

N L40 
N L40 



NL40 

N 

L 

A 

N L40 

A 

A 

A 

N S51 

N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N 

L 

J 

N S92 

N 

A 

N 

N L40 

N 

A 

N 

E 

N 

N S76 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 



H 2 10/08/1988 A 14 N 



H 2 1/01/1988 B 1 N 
S 2 3/16/1988 C 1 U B53 
H 2 4/21/1988 C 6 N 



H 2 3/22/1988 B 5 N 



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SUBJECTS 



PAGE1410 
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T 

Y 
P BYL 



SEE ALSO DAIRY FARMERS, 

SEE ALSO FARMERS, N.C. 

JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH 



N.C. 



n.c. dance theatre 
^.c^ S dance C theater: strength in diversity 

N - C SEE* ^CA^T^OCENSING REQUIREMENTS 
SEE ff OFFICE OF CHILD DAY CARE LICENSING 

N.C. DEATH PENALTY RESOURCE CENTER 
SEEALSO ANTI-DEATH PENALTY 

PEHTION ^ TO OVERTURN N.C. DEATH PENALTY 
N.C. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

SE rjf^TS^ T T0Mffi'T0'sa£CT CONVENTION DELEMTES Tn _ TM 
ggmATS TfJHOLDCWfrY CONVE^t^GRANVILLE MEETING TO BE IN... 
UANTF CONVENTION TO BE HELD AT COURTHOUSE 
SlNraKcWUILL BE AT raURTHOUSE 
PERSON COUNTY ^CONVENTION TO BE ATCITY HALL 
ALAMANCE CONVENTION SET AT CUHMIN6S HIGH 
AffiAS GOVERNOR TO SPEAK IN RALEIGH 
2 SODAS HERE! 

N.C. DEMOCRATIC UOMEN _^ 

SEE ALSO DEMOCRATIC PARTY, N.C. ^^ 
MOJO LAUD STRIDES IN U.S. POLITICAL ARENA 

N.C. DENTAL SOCIETY 

VI raW#« FOR TEETH 

N.C. DEPT. OF AGRICU.TURE 

1 £g ^^^LTURALFINA^ AUTHORITY 

VWB.ftfilBjp 

FOOD CUTS WILL HU£JDURiJAMFAMILIES 
STATE WARNS CONSUMERS ™OEAM, LOTION CLAIMS 
STATE WARNS CONSUMERS ABOUT DRUG CLAIMSCN HERPES 
HWFJ? YIELDS. PROFITS SEEN FROM N.C. CROPS 
NX^iaUURE^ICIAL^HEAreTO HILLSBOROUGH 
AGRICULTURE LABOR PANEL IS FORMED mnrm 
Dcfo&ONREQUESTED ON FARM LOAN NOTICES 

N.C. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE, COMMISSIONER 
JIM GRAHAM FILES FOR SEVENTH TERM 

N^COJNCIL^STATE SOLIDLY DEMOCRATIC DESPITE TIGHT RACES 

N ' C ' J&'fwKn KZNCY DRAWS CRITICISM FROM MARTIN 
JORDAN-MARTIN FLAP OVER A YAIWING ISSUE 



H 2 6/02/1988 C 1 P F Zll 



H 2 3/04/1988 D 7 P R LS9 

H 2 4/04/1988 B 3 N 

H 2 8/19/1988 D 5 P F W66 

H 2 9/02/1988 D 14 P P 



H 2 6/11/1988 AIM 

S 2 11/01/1988 A 1 N B53 

S 2 11/04/1988 A 2 N 

H 2 12/01/1988 D 12 N 



4/08/1988 C 
4/09/1988 C 
4/09/1988 C 
4/09/1988 C 
4/09/1988 C 
4/09/1988 C 
6/16/1988 A 
6/19/1988 B 



H 2 8/27/1988 C 6 N 

H 2 1/19/1988 B 7 U W66 
S 2 V27/198B C 7 N 



s 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


2 



1 


N M06 


1 


N 


1 


N 


1 


N 


1 


N 


1 


N 


15 


N 


4 P P 



s 
s 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

S 



2/01/1988 
2/17/1988 
3/03/1988 
3/08/1988 
8/13/1988 
10/24/1988 
11/03/1988 
12/14/1988 



4 
1 

10 

14 

1 

3 

13 

3 



N 

N B85 
N 
N 
N 

N H90 
N 
N 



H 2 1/16/1988 A 6 P N 
H 2 10/30/1988 D 1 P N L40 
H 2 11/10/1988 B 8 N 



H 2 1/06/1988 B 16 N 
H 2 1/10/1988 D 4 E 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



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

N.C. RECRUITER IN JAPAN SUSPENDED 

JORDAN CALLS FOR FUND TO AID BUSINESS INVESTMENT 

MARTIN WANTS TO EXPAND JOB-TRAINING PROGRAM 

MARTIN, JORDAN CLASH ON COMMERCE DEPARTMENT 

NCCU, DUKE RECEIVE ENERGY-SAVING GRANTS 

LEGISLATOR CUTS OFF REMARKS BY COMMERCE SECRETARY 

STUDY ON TRADE CENTER NEARLY FINISHED 

N.C. ON LIST FOR POSSIBLE GTE OFFICES 

FORMER RECRUITER IN JAPAN WON'T FACE ANY CHARGES 

STATE DEP ARTMEN T OF COMMERCE HELPING ROBESON DRAW INDUSTRY 

COMMERCE SECRETARY ASSAILS LEGISLATURE ON BUDGET 

MARTIN BOOSTS N.C. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

POPE: JORDAN TRYING TO ABOLISH DEPARTMENT 

AD SECTION IN MAGAZINE TOUTS N.C. 

N.C. DEPT. OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND TECHNICAL INSTITUTES 
SEE ALSO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES SEEK $43 MILLION OVER BUDGET PLAN 

N.C. DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 
N.C. PRISON POPULATION OVER CEILING 
MARTIN SEES NO QUICK FIX TO PRISON SYSTEM CROWDING 
PRISON CAP MAY CROWD SOME COUNTY JAILS IN AREA 
200 INMATES, NO SEWERSJ TALE OF STATE CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES 
N.C. ENDS PRISON EMERGENCY 
STATE'S PRISON POPULATION BROUGHT BELOW CAP 
MORE PRISONS NOT BEST OVERCROWDING SOLUTION 
$8.6 MILLION URGED FOR PRISON DORMS 
OVERCROWDING COMING TO END AT ORANGE PRISON 
N.C. PRISON POPULATION FALLS UNDER CAP 
PRISON ALTERNATIVES MAY UNCLOG FULL CELLS 
CONTROL OF PRISONS AT STAKE IN FEDERAL COURT CASE 
TENTATIVE SETTLEMENT REACHED FOR N.C. PRISON SUIT 
DURHAM MAY GET ELECTRONIC SYSTEM OF HOUSE ARREST 
PRISON SUIT SETTLEMENT SEEN COSTING N.C. $50 MILLION 

N.C. DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS, BUDGET 

MONEY FOR GUARD USED TO PAY AN AIDE INSTEAD 

N.C. DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS, EMPLOYEES 

HONEY FOR GUARD USED TO PAY AN AIDE INSTEAD 

N.C. DEPT, OF CRIME CONTROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY 

SEE ALSO CRIME COMMISSION, GOVERNOR'S 

SEE ALSO CRIME PREVENTION 
VICTIMS COMPENSATION PLAN LACKS FUNDS FOR GROWING NEEDS 
CRIME VICTIMS ASK FOR COMPENSATION 
STATE AGENCY GETS $1.2 MILLION IN FIGHT AGAINST DRUGS 
ANTI-CRIME PROGRAM 'OUTSTANDING' 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT WINS FIRST-PLACE AWARD FOR CRIME PREVENTION 
DURHAM PROGRAM KEEPS WINDOWS FROM BECOMING BARS 
GRANT WILL TARGET ILLEGAL DRUGS IN DURHAM, GRANVILLE 
DEAN: NOT ADDING TROOPERS IRRESPONSIBLE OF LEGISLATURE 
CRIME PREVENTION GROUP HONORS INVESTIGATOR DAVIS 
GOP CANDIDATE'S WORKTIME RECORDS ARE CALLED MESS 

N.C. DEPT. OF CULTURAL RESOURCES 

AGENCY OFFERS N.C. HISTORY ON SALE AT HALF PRICE 

N.C. DEPT. OF ECONOMIC RESOURCES 

SEE N.C. DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

N.C. DEPT. OF EDUCATION 

SEE N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

N.C. DEPT. OF HEALTH 

SEE N.C. HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION 

N.C. DEPT. OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT (PROPOSED) 



N 
P 

MARKET H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 



-DATE- 



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1/24/1988 B 

2/24/1988 C 

2/25/1988 

3/23/1988 

4/20/1988 

5/18/1988 

5/19/1988 

5/28/1988 

6/24/1988 

6/29/1988 

7/02/1988 

7/29/1988 

8/17/1988 

9/15/1988 

9/29/1988 



7 

2 
15 

3 
16 

1 
20 

1 

1 
16 

4 
14 

4 
12 

7 



N 
N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N M06 

N 

N M97 

N U82 

N 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 



H 2 5/18/1988 B 4 N 



H 


2 3/03/1988 D 


10 


N 


H 


2 3/04/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 3/04/1988 C 


1 


N H60 


S 


2 3/18/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


S 


2 3/25/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 3/26/1988 D 


7 


N 


S 


2 3/28/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 4/09/1988 A 


14 


N 


CHH 1 6/06/1988 A 


3 


N W27 


H 


2 7/12/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 8/19/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/03/1988 C 


1 


N . 


H 


2 12/22/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/22/1988 C 


1 


N 140 


H 


2 12/24/1988 B 


4 


N 



H 2 4/05/1988 A 10 N 
H 2 4/05/1988 A 10 N 



s 


2 


1/28/1988 C 


7 


J 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


1 


6/07/1988 B 


1 


N 


s 


2 


6/16/1988 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


A/23/1988 A 


12 


N M51 


H 


2 


6/27/1988 A 


1 


N S82 


s 


2 


7/12/1988 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


7/15/1988 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 


8/13/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


8/18/1988 A 


16 


N 



H 2 5/05/1988 D 10 N 



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



SUBJECTS 



N 
P 

4 ENVIRONMNT H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 



MflRTTN PROPOSES COMBINING SOME AGENCIES FOR KPT. OF HEAL™ 
sWkmS^^iron«ntal PROGRAMS NEED REORGANIZE 
BILL FILEDFOR PUBLIC r£FENI£R, ^THER^JDGE IN ROBESON 
GOP LEGISLATORS PUSH AGENCY CONSOLIDATION A ^„ T „ 
W«™ CONSIDERS ORDERING CONSOLIDATION OF AGENCIES 

■"^UWUBnL HISTORY 

N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO BLIND 

SEE ALSO ff DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES 

^^^L^S^^^m ISSUES OF T* AGING 

ACTION ON JAIL g^TIONSDELAYED 

CONJ^WIONOF STATE PROGRAMS SUPPORTED ^^^ 
rt^RESOURCES CHIEF, FLAHERTY, THANKS VOLUNTEERS ^^ 
w^H6eTTNPRAISES ST ATPSLOU WELFARE PAYMENT ERROR RATE, 
T^MON™ FAMIOESW WELFARE AFFECTED BY SENATE-PASSED BEL 
state: COUNTY SHOULD REPAY WILLIE N CENTER FUNDS 
AGENCY ACCUSED OFDELAYING AIDS FUNDS ^^ t 

R^TYOWGES DEMOCRATS USING ELDERLY AS 'PAWNS' 
ASKSTOS TOBEBURIED ON SITE IN ALAMANCE . 

OTK FJEFENDS MtfWGEMENT OF FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS 

^^SlI^W^^^^ FEDERAL FUNDS FOR AGING 
pSorT CRITICIZES MHttggTgL HEALTH CENTER 
CENTAL HEALTH OFFICIALS ASSESSING CRITICISMS 
AGENCY FORMING SEPARATE DIVISION TO ASSIST DEAF 

N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE UNIT 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 
^TJcSsIn CLEARINGHOUSE FOR INFORMATION ON DRUG ABUSE 

N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, DIVISION OF HEALTH SERVICES 
SEE N.C. HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION 

N ' C ' STATE ^aZ^J^XS^^®*™ 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES 
SEE N.C. DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES 

N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, EMPLOYEES 
STATE APPOINTMENT 

N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE DIVISION 
SEEALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 

^B^Alf-S S (F TOXIC SPILL 
DURHAM TO ESCAPE NEW TOXIC^TE LAW 

N.C. DEPT. OF INSURANCE 

ISI^SfIciIs ^ SSeROTO TESTIFY AT RATEREQUEST HEARING 
SsoSlEM BLUING ISSUE INFOUR^OUNTY AREA OF STATE 
LONG EXPECTS INGRAM WILL RUN 



H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 



S 
E 

— DATE — C -PG 



2/18/1988 C 
2/25/1988 A 
6/04/1988 A 
6/08/1988 B 
7/16/1988 C 
7/23/1988 D 
10/04/1968 A 
11/22/1988 B 



PAGE1412 
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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

N L40 

J Oil 

N 

N 



1/24/1988 B 
2/01/1988 C 
2/07/1988 B 
2/18/1988 B 
2/26/1988 C 
3/09/1988 C 
3/10/1988 C 
3/11/1988 C 
3/25/1988 B 
4/28/1988 B 
6/10/1988 A 
6/20/1988 A 
7/14/1988 C 
7/22/1988 B 
8/16/1988 A 
8/17/1988 B 
9/02/1988 C 
9/23/1988 B 
10/01/1988 D 
10/14/1988 C 
10/14/1988 A 
12/22/1988 B 



1 
4 

1 I 
4 
1 
1 
7 
1 
5 
6 
16 
8 
1 

11 
10 
1 
2 
5 
5 
1 
1 
3 



N 
N 

N S82 
N 

N B81 
N H60 
N 

N W82 
H 
N 
1 N 
N 

N M06 
N 
N 

N T35 
N 
N 
N 

N A54 
N H65 
N 



H 2 8/12/1988 A 9 P N K65 



H 1 3/04/1988 C 1 
H 2 12/23/1988 A 2 



N 046 
N 



H 2 12/20/1988 A 11 N 



3/13/1988 A 
4/15/1988 A 



1/11/1988 A 
1/12/1988 B 
1/18/1988 A 
1/23/1988 B 



M N L41 
N B85 



N 

N 

N 

P N 



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1/01/1988 



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12/31/1988 



S U B J E 



FARMERS' HOKE INSURANCE TO GO UP 6X 

LONG ORDERS 3.9X AUTO INSURANCE RATE CUTS 

REVISION PROPOSED IN AUTO INSURANCE PREMIUMS 

ELDERLY CAN GET HELP WITH INSURANCE 

TRIANGLE HMOS GETTING NEW RIVAL 

SMALL FIRMS NEED SOME BONDING BREAKS 

400 RESCUE WORKERS LEARN ROFES-AND KNOTS— OF JOB 

BLACK CONTRACTOR FAULTS BOND SURVEY 

WATKINS SAYS HE RODE HERD OVER FIRE DEPARTMENT MONEY 

INSURANCE OFFICIALS SUBPOENAED 

LONG HAILS STUDY OF MALPRACTICE CLAIMS IN N.C. 

N.C. MAY REVIEW AUTO INSURANCE POLICIES FOR RENTAL CARS 

LONG RIGHT TO REDUCE AUTO INSURANCE RATES 

N.C. DEPT. OF INSURANCE, COMMISSIONER 

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER WILL SEEK SECOND TERM 
EDUCATOR IN RACE FOR SUPERINTENDENT 
THORNBURG DRAWS GOP CHALLENGER 
MARKHAM WILL HEAD LONG'S DURHAM EFFORT 

N.C. DEPT. OF INSURANCE, ELECTIONS 

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER WILL SEEK SECOND TERM 

FINAL FILING DAY DRAWS CANDIDATES 

COUNCIL OF STATE 

N.C. COUNCIL OF STATE SOLIDLY DEMOCRATIC DESPITE TIGHT RACES 

N.C. DEPT. OF JUSTICE 
SEE N.C. JUDICIAL DEPT. 

N.C. DEPT. OF LABOR 

ROXBORO AREA FIRMS TO GET SAFETY AWARDS 

LABOR COMMISSIONER RELEASES DISPUTED DOCUMENTS AFTER RULING 

MOVE STUNS FARMWORKER ADVOCATES 

LABOR DEPARTMENT INVESTIGATING DEATH 

STATE'S REPUTATION TRIBUTE TO WORKERS, N.C. LABOR CHIEF SAYS 

N.C. DEPT. OF LABOR, COMMISSIONER 

LABOR COMMISSIONER IN NO HURRY TO LEAVE JOB 

AIDE SAYS CARRINGTON MAY RUN FOR SECRETARY OF STATE 

CANDIDATES FOR LT. GOVERNOR DIVIDED ON CIVIL JUSTICE CHANGE 

BENNETT RESISTS GOP PERSUASION TO RUN FOR STATE OFFICE 

ASU PROFESSOR FILES FOR SUPERINTENDENT 

CANDIDATE WANTS LABOR JOB, BUT WOULD ABOLISH IT 

THORNBURG DRAWS GOP CHALLENGER 

FINAL FILING DAY DRAWS CANDIDATES 

CHALLENGER CLAIMS BROOKS' PERSONALITY HURTS OFFICE 

TAR HEEL VOTERS PRIMED FOR TUESDAY'S RACES; N.C. HOT CONTESTS... 

MS. GARRETT THUMPS COOK IN REGISTER OF DEEDS RACE 

RAND-HARDISON RUNOFF LOOMS; GARDNER MAKES GOP COMEBACK 

COMMISSIONER OF LABOR 

JORDAN TELLS DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES HE WILL CAMPAIGN AS TEAM PLAYER 

COUNCIL OF STATE 

N.C. COUNCIL OF STATE SOLIDLY DEMOCRATIC DESPITE TIGHT RACES 

N.C. DEPT. OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

SEE N.C. DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

N.C. DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLANNING 
SEE ALSO LAND USE 
SEE ALSO NATURAL RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO N.C. GOVERNMENT, REORGANIZATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. MAIN STREET PROGRAM 

STATE HEARING SET TONIGHT OF ENO RIVER RESTRICTIONS 

CATES PROPOSES WATER PLAN TO HEAD OFF STATE 

STATE SETS HEARING TONIGHT ON ENO RIVER RESTRICTIONS 

ENO RIVER HEARING DRAWS 150 PEOPLE 

STATE SAYS LAKE DAM CAN BE RAISED SAFELY 

COUNTY-STATE PARTNERSHIP DESIRED ON CAPACITY USE 

PANEL BACKS 'SUPER AGENCY' 



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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 1/28/1988 A 


18 N 


H 


2 2/02/1988 A 


1 N 


H 


2 2/04/1988 C 


6P N 


S 


2 3/08/1988 A 


6 PF S27 


H 


2 4/12/1988 B 


5 N C60 


S 


2 4/14/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 4/18/1988 C 


1 P N M51 


S 


2 4/28/1988 A 


1 N H70 


H 


1 8/06/1988 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 9/27/1988 A 


7 N 


H 


2 10/06/1988 A 


17 PN 


S 


2 10/20/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


S 


2 11/10/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 1/26/1988 D 


4 N 


H 


2 1/29/1988 A 


10 P N 


H 


2 2/02/1988 B 


3 N 


S 


2 10/25/1988 A 


3 N 


H 


2 1/26/1988 D 


4 N 


S 


2 2/02/1988 A 


8 N 


H 


2 10/30/1988 D 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 11/10/1988 B 


8 N 






H 


1 


4/19/1988 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/27/1988 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


6/18/1988 D 


4 N 


H 


2 


9/03/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


9/06/1988 B 


14 N 


H 


2 


1/04/1988 B 


7 P N 


H 


2 


1/15/1988 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


10 N 


S 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


17 N 


H 


2 


1/30/1988 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 


1/31/1988 A 


13 N 


H 


2 


2/02/1988 B 


3 N 


S 


2 


2/02/1988 A 


8 N 


S 


2 


4/18/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


5/01/1988 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 C 


1 N S51 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 A 


10 C N 


H 


2 


5/05/1988 A 


16 P N 


H 


2 10/30/1988 D 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 11/10/1988 B 


8 N 



H 


2 


1/07/1988 B < 


1 N 080 


H 


3 


1/19/1988 B 


P N M10 


H 


2 


2/03/1988 B ; 


; N 080 


H 


2 


2/04/1988 B 


N BIO 


H 


2 


2/04/1988 B 


N BIO 


H 


3 


2/05/1988 C 


N BIO 


S 


2 


2/11/1988 A I! 


5 N 



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Y/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



DEPARTMENT WILL GIVE LEGISLATORS COMPUTER DATA 

MARTIN TO MAKE RARE APPEARANCE BEFORE LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION 

IBM STAYS ON TRAIL OF TOXIC SPILL 

UATER QUALITY OF DEEP RIVER HAS IMPROVED 

CONSOLIDATION OF STATE PROGRAMS SUPPORTED 

NEW WATER TESTS MAY COST CITY *20,000 MORE 

AGENCIES COME UP DRY ON JORDAN LAKE CROWD SOLUTION 

MARTIN CONSIDERS ORDERING CONSOLIDATION OF A6ENCIES 

STATE PROPOSES VOLUNTARY ENO PLAN 

OZONE AN UNSEEN MENACE TO HEALTH 

HILLSBOROUGH HAS PUZZLE IT MUST SOLVE 

CHEWNING MAY USE EXTRA LAND FOR TRACK, WASTEWATER TREATMENT 

STATE EMPLOYEE WINS BACK HIS XB 

STATE EMPLOYEE ORDERED REINSTATED 

GROUP HELPING IN THIRD FORK LEAK TO HOLD STATEWIDE CONFERENCE 

PANEL BACKS CONSOLIDATING ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS 

NUMBER OF N.C. ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS GROWING 

N.C. DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, SECRETARY 
BILL COBEY OF CHAPEL HILL NAMED SECRETARY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 

N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC HEALTH 

SEE N.C. HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION 

N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF EDUCATION 

OFFICIAL SCRATCHES DAY-CARE CENTER, GYMNASIUM PLANS 

N.C. GETS GRANT TO HELP HOMELESS CHILDREN 

A CHAT WITH STATE'S DARRELL SPENCER WOULD HELP IN MERGER DISCUSSION 

STUDENTS AT CREEDMOOR SCHOOL LEARN ABOUT WEATHER DURING TEST PROGRAM 

NEW TEXTBOOK SELECTION RULES PROPOSED 

CONTROLLER MOVED 

SUPERINTENDENT G ETS M ORE CONTROL OVER DEPARTMENT 

SCHOOLS EXPECT BETTER DRIVERS WITH MORE PAY 

EDUCATION SPECIALISTS SUGGEST ELEMENTARY CURRICULA CHANGES 

EDUCATORS SUGGEST CHANGES IN ELEMENTARY CURRICULA 

EDUCATION BOARD MAY TOUGHEN CONFLICT-OF-INTEREST RULES 

SCHOOL BOARD ADOPTS TOUGH GUIDELINES ON ETHICS 

RULES SET HIGH STANDARDS 

TEST SCORES IMPROVING IN PILOT SCHOOLS 

EDUCATION A6ENCY STUDY IS PLANNED 

GRANTS TO PAY FOR NON-DRINKING GRADUATION PARTIES 

N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, DIVISION OF INDIAN EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C. 
NEW POLICY FOCUSES ON INDIAN STUDENTS 

N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, SUPERINTENDENT 

ALL MAJOR PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES ON N.C.'S SUPER TUESDAY BALLOT 

ETHERIDGE PAYS FILING FEE FOR PUBLIC INSTRUCTION POST 

IS ETHERIDGE WHO SCHOOLS NEED? 

FORMER KLAN OFFICIAL FILES FOR GOVERNOR 

EDUCATOR-SUPERINTENDENT NEEDED 

BENNETT RESISTS GOP PERSUASION TO RUN FOR STATE OFFICE 

ST. PAULS MAN RUNS FOR STATE SUPERINTENDENT 

EDUCATOR IN RACE FOR SUPERINTENDENT 

ASU PROFESSOR FILES FOR SUPERINTENDENT 

LABOR LEADERS BACK MCCARTHY FOR SCHOOL POST 

COUNCIL OF STATE RACES MORE THAN PERSONALITY CONTESTS 

CANDIDATE WANTS DEBATES IN RACE FOR SUPERINTENDENT 

JORDAN MAKES LIGHT OF HIS REMARK ON REDNECKS 

IDEAS SOUND DANDY, BUT WILL THEY WORK'' 

CANDIDATES DEBATE ROLE OF SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE 

DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATOR, PROF SEEK SUPERINTENDENT NOMINATION 

PAQUIN, ROGERS VIE FOR GOP NOMINATION TO SUCCEED PHILLIPS 

RETIRING SUPERINTENDENT ON THE ROAD 

REP. ETHERIDGE SUPPORTED 

CANDIDATE: PHILLIPS' TRAVELS SHOW 'BLOATED BUREAUCRACY' 

ETHERIDGE FOR SUPERINTENDENT 



S 
H E E 
P D — DATE — C -F6 



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



2/14/1988 B 
2/16/1988 A 
3/13/1988 A 
3/17/1988 C 
3/25/1988 B 
3/30/1988 C 
6/11/1988 A 
7/16/1988 C 
7/16/1988 A 
7/17/1988 B 
7/18/1988 A 
7/27/1988 A 
8/19/1988 A 
8/20/1988 D 
10/15/1988 A 
11/22/1988 B 
12/26/1988 A 



PAGE1414 
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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

N 

N L40 
M N L41 

N 

N 

N W82 

N S63 
P N 
M N R63 

N M02 

E 

N S92 

N 

N 

H 

N 

N 



M06 



H 2 12/03/1988 A 1 P N L40 



H 


2 4/07/1988 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 4/07/1988 D 


12 


N 


H 


2 5/01/1988 D 


5 


U A20 


H 


1 5/13/1988 C 


1 


P N T33 


H 


2 6/03/1988 B 


12 


N 


H 


2 6/29/1988 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 6/29/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 7/11/1988 B 


7 


N 


S 


1 9/06/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 9/07/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 9/08/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 9/09/1988 B 


9 


N 


S 


2 9/09/1988 A 


4 


E 


Q* 


1 11/13/1988 A 


1 


N M25 


H 


2 12/03/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 12/28/1988 C 




N 



H 2 2/06/1988 A 11 N 



s 


2 


1/06/1988 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/13/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


1/20/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


1/26/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


17 


N 


S 


2 


1/28/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/29/1988 A 


10 P N 


H 


2 


1/30/1988 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 


2/08/1988 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 


2/10/1988 A 


5 


J 


H 


2 


2/16/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


3/24/1988 C 


6 P N 


H 


2 


4/10/1988 D 


5 


U G33 


S 


2 


4/12/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


S 


2 


4/16/1988 B 


8 


N 


s 


2 


4/16/1988 B 


8 


N 


s 


2 


4/25/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/26/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


4/28/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/29/1988 A 


4 


L 



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PAGE1415 
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GROUP 



♦ 



MS. GARRETT THUMPS COOK IN REGISTER OF DEEPS RACE 
RANlSlSON RUBFFLOOWs GARDNER MAKES GOP COMEBACK 

a\ujfDD1clAra T NOMINEES WE WILLCA£AIGN AS TEAM PLAYER 
^ITCHERS^FOR BOTH POLITICAL 'TEAMS' ASSESSED 
PAQUINSAYS HIS NAME MAY HAVE COST HIM W PRIMARY 
SUPERKfTENJJENT GETS MORE CONTROL OKRKPtKWEKI 
NEU SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT TO DEAL WITH BUREAUCRACY 

CLONE CANDIDATES CAN SAVE 

STATE OFFICES STOW ISSUEFOR VOTERS 

STUDENT DROPOUTS CONCERN ETHERIDGE _—--, 

HOUSE SPEAKER QUESTIONS TRIP TO CHINA BY EDUCATORS' 

B^ETHMJJGeJIeMOCRAT FOR H.Cj SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUC. (AD) 

SfP&SBF^ ^StSffSBknC DESPITE TIGHT RACES 
P^ICH«T^ION fl AGENCY^Y FAgLlS^e "*^ 5 
RETIRING PHILLIPS LEAVES SO« DKAPTOINTMENTS 
'WALK-ON' EXPERIENCE AN ETHERIDGE PLUS 
PHILLIPS HAS BITTER WORDS 
EDUCATION CHIEF'S FINAL WORDS SHARP 

N.C. DEPT. OF REVEHE _^ MM . 
SEE ALSO INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 

SEE ALSO N.C, REVENUES wmm 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE AUDITORS OFFICE 

SE REVME T DOT'. T0 C PR0VIDE HELP WITH INCOME TAXES 

SSSffl^l^fK FACE "HEW*™ 
MAIL-ORDER TAX MEASURE STEAMS TOWARD PASSAGE 

N^COUNClPo^STATE SOLIDLY DEMOCRATIC DESPITE jTOff RACES 
HELEN POWERS WILL STAY AS SECRETARY OF JftTC RggWE 
476C0UNTY RESIDENTS DUE UNCLAIMED MONEY FROM TREASURER 
TAX FORMS GOING OUT 

N - C kE^ tF DU^M A S 1 & OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
SEE ALSO N.C. SOCIAL SERVICES COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO SOCIAL SERVICES, N.C. 

^^OOO N^^IIIESW WELFARE AFFECTED BY SENATE-PASSED BILL 
AUDITOR: COUNTIES WT REPORTING AID OVERPAYMENTS ^ 
J20.5 MLLION PROPOSED TO IMPROVE SERVICES FOR N.C. POOR 

N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF TRANSPORTATION 

C £E ALSO N.C. TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO ORANGE raUNTY TRANSPORTATION EFFICIENCY COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO TRANSPORTATION . 

SEE ALSO TRANSPORTATION 2020 

S ^ICATION DEADaNE MARCH 11 FOR RURAL TRANSPORTATION MONEY 
REVISED THOROUGHFARE PLAN TO BE UNVEILED 
RECOMMENDATION ON OXFORD LOOP DELAYED 
ROAD CLEARING COST « MILLION 

K^SSI SSlSS THOROUGHFARE PLAN TONIGHT 
AD 2 OOO^BWERYEA?' (TURNING f€U LEAVES) 
TRIANGLEwbwTHDRAWS UMQUE PATTERNS (TURNING NEW LEAVES) 

m^'tranot^ideas ftufjMI^!FJ^ fl a&IS ,3RITV 

SH^cTO^^ LOOP ROUTE 

KH%nWmK^^ % W TO COME 



N 
P 

H 
H 
H 
H 

S 
H 
S 
S 

s 
s 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 



S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



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



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



3/04/1988 C 
5/04/1988 A 
5/04/1988 A 
5/05/1988 A 
5/13/1988 A 
5/28/1988 A 
6/29/1988 C 
7/25/1988 A 
7/26/1988 A 
8/02/1988 A 
9/22/1988 C 
10/03/1988 B 
10/30/1988 D 
11/02/1988 A 
11/03/1988 A 
11/10/1988 B 
11/26/1988 D 
12/12/1988 A 
12/12/1988 A 
12/29/1988 A 
12/30/1988 C 



Oil 



Oil 



N S31 

N L40 

N 

N 

J 

N 

N 

J 

E 

J Oil 

NU29 

N 

N L40 

A 

N W29 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



1/25/1988 A 

4/01/1988 A 

4/14/1988 C 

6/17/1988 C 

10/30/1988 D 

11/10/1988 B 

11/17/1988 C 

12/08/1988 C 

12/28/1988 C 



N 

N 

N 

N L40 
' N L40 

N 

N 

N A54 
' P 



H 2 6/20/1988 A 8 N 
H 2 9/30/1988 C 1 N L40 
H 2 12/02/1988 C 7 N 



1/13/1988 B 
1/13/1988 B 
1/15/1988 C 
1/18/1988 B 
1/25/1988 B 
1/28/1988 A 
2/07/1988 A 
2/07/1988 A 
2/08/1988 A 
2/16/1988 B 
2/16/1988 B 
2/23/1988 B 
2/24/1988 A 
2/25/1988 C 
3/09/1988 C 
3/14/1988 A 



N H60 
N R80 
N 
N 
N 

N H10 
Q 046 
Q 046 
N M06 
N 046 
N P41 
N T33 
E 

N R80 
N 
E 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 - 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



S 
E 

-DATE — C -TO 



N E 
P D 

VANCE BOARD OKS SECONDARY-ROADS PLAN FOR 1988-89 H 1 3/16/1988 C 

FLOWERS PLANTED ALONG HIGHWAYS H 2 3/18/1988 A 

LOOP COTCRN CAUSESAMITIONAL DOT HEARING H 3 3/23/ 988 B 

ROAD PROJECTS PLANNED H 2 3/29/1983 C 

STREETJCEDSWroERESTIMATED, STUDY PANEL TOLD (CORRECTED 4-1-88) H 2 3/31/1988 B 

PITTSBORO STREET EXTENSION OPPOSED BY TWO TOW BOARDS H 3 3/31/1988 B 

TRIANGLE PLANNERS TO REVIEW OUTER LOOP S 2 4/07/1988 A 

PEDALING TO WORK COMING IN VOGUE S 2 4/14/1988 A 

Llia^X c E J1?if^T, S 5TL^ I ' nf yITAL F0R UISE "n?IANGL£ GROWTH H 2 4/17/1988 A 

WHAT ARE V-SHAPED SIGNS? H 2 4/19/1988 A 

OFFICIAL SAYS BONO BRIDGE SUFFERED NO MAJOR DAMAGE H 2 4/19/1988 B 

ROAD IMPROVEMENTS H 2 4/20/1988 C 

CHURCH EXPANSION, ROAD WIDENING COULD COST CARY H 2 4/20/1988 C 

OXFORD LOOP HEARING SET TUESDAY H 1 4/22/1988 C 

TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY TO SPEAK IN ROXBORO H 1 4/27/1988 C 

N.C. 49 PROJECT SHOULD BE DONE BY END OF YEAR HI 4/28/1988 B 

PUBLIC HEARING HELD ON OXFORD OUTER LOOP H 1 4/28/1988 B 

OREGON INLET BRIDGE REPAIRS URGED H 2 4/30/1988 A 

RDU OFFICIAL! ROAD WORK TO SNARL TRAFFIC S 2 5/04/1988 A 

STATE AWARDS CONTRACT FOR WIDENING N.C. 49 H 3 5/14/1988 C 

ROAD PLAN TO COME IN 4 MONTHS LATE CHH 1 6/07/1988 A 

HIGHWAY PATROL SUSPENDS ENFORCEMENT OF TWIN-TRAILER LAWS H 2 6/10/1988 B 

PITTSBORO COMMITTEE DISCUSSES RECOMMENDATIONS FOR BYPASS CHH 1 6/11/1988 A 

PAVE BEN JOHNSON ROAD H 2 6/13/1988 A 

SAFETY SHOULD BE KEY IN TWIN-TRAILER RULES S 2 6/14/1988 A 

TRANSPORTATION CONFERENCE SLATED H 2 6/22/1988 A 

COUNCIL TO SEEK BARRIER FOR STRETCH OF INTERSTATE H 2 6/23/1988 C 

HEARING TONIGHT ON ALAMANCE THOROUGHFARE PLAN H 1 6/30/1988 B 

THOROUGHFARE PLAN DEFENDED AT HEARING H 1 7/01/1988 C 

CITY WANTS RAILROAD LIME FOR HIKING TRAIL H 2 7/02/1988 C 

GOOD WEATHER PUTS 1-40 WORK AHEAD OF SCHEDULE S 2 7/04/1988 C 

COUNCIL REQUESTS DOT PLANT TREES ON BYPASS CHH 1 7/06/1988 A 

REGULATIONS WOULD LIMIT TWIN RIGS TO CERTAIN ROADS S 2 7/07/1988 C 

DOT PROPOSES LIMITING ROUTES IN N.C. FOR TWIN TRAILERS H 2 7/08/1988 B 

ROADSIDE PLANTINGS BEAUTIFY HIGHWAYS S 2 7/15/1988 B 

MEGGINSpN PRAISES LATEST PITTSBORO BYPASS PLAN CHH 1 7/16/1988 A 

CITY AIMS FOR RAIL LINE H 2 7/19/1988 A 

NEW TRAFFIC SIGNALS TO REDUCE N.C. GASOLINE USAGE S 2 7/19/1988 A 

NEW STATE PROGRAM TRYING TO IMPROVE TRAFFIC LIGHTS H 2 7/20/1988 B 

TRAFFIC LIGHT CHANGES SAVE FUEL AND TIME S 2 7/21/1988 A 

A LETHAL MIX ON THE ROADS H 2 8/08/1988 B 
HALF OF STATE BRIDGES 'STRUCTURALLY DEFICIENT' OR 'FUNCTIONALLY OBSOLETE H 2 8/11/1988 B 

THOROUGHFARE PLAN REVISION DELAYED CHH 1 8/17/1988 A 

EFFOR TS IN GEAR TO MAKE HIGHWAY WORK SITES SAFER S 2 8/17/1988 A 

REPORT CRITICIZES AUTO EXHAUST INSPECTIONS IN N.C. H 2 8/18/1988 A 

WIDENING WILL MAKE 1-40 WORSE 'BEFORE IT GETS BETTER' H 2 8/18/1988 B 

ALTERNATE ROUTES, TIPS H 2 8/18/1988 B 

1-40 LINK TO EASE TRAFFIC ON HILLSBOROUGH ROAD S 2 8/27/1988 A 

FREEWAY EXTENSION STALLED UNTIL 1990S S 2 8/27/1988 A 

CHATHAM COULD JOIN ORANGE ROAD PANEL CHH 1 9/01/1988 A 

HEARING SCHEDULED ON 1-85 WIDENING H 2 9/14/1988 B 

NOISE, POLLUTION FROM WIDER 1-85 WORRY RESIDENTS S 2 9/16/1988 A 

BOTANICAL GARDEN SEEKS BUFFER FOR TRAFFIC NOISE CHH 1 9/17/1988 A 

RED MIU REROUTING GETS OK S 2 9/23/1988 A 

MARTIN URGES SAVING OAK TREES FROM PROJECT S 2 9/23/1988 A 

ROAD PROJECT IS CHANGED TO SPARE FOUR OAK TREES H 2 9/24/1988 A 

COUNTY OKS PLAN TO HELP TRANSPORT THOSE IN NEED S 2 9/27/1988 A 

BID-RIGGING PROBE FINDS NO EVIDENCE H 2 10/04/1988 B 

HIGHWAY OFFICIAL ORDERS BETHESDA SEWER WORK HALTED H 2 10/12/1988 B 

STATE TEMPORARILY HALTS ROAD REPAIRS IN BETHESDA S 2 10/12/1988 A 

CARRBORO RESIDENTS BALK AT TOWN PAVING CHOICE CHH 1 10/13/1988 A 

DOT WILL SPEND RECORD AMOUNT ON HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION S 2 10/14/1988 A 

STATE SLIGHTS DURHAM H 2 10/18/1988 A 

DOT VOTING FOR NO ROADSIDE POLITICAL SIGNS CHH 1 10/25/1988 A 

PLANS FOR TREE-LINED ROADS WORRY CARRBORO RESIDENTS CHH 1 10/27/1988 A 

ORANGE CO. AIRPORT MOVES NEARER REALITY CHH 1 11/04/1988 A 
NO SIGNS IN ORANGE COUNTY; COMMISSIONER THINKS COUNTY WAS SINGLED OUT CHH 1 11/04/1988 A 

CATCH-22 IN CARRBORO'S OLDEST NEIGHBORHOODS CHH 1 11/10/1988 A 

U.S. 70, AVIATION PARKWAY INTERSECTION REALIGNMENT SET H 2 11/19/1988 C 

CARRBORO TO MULL ROAD PROJECT CHANGES CHH 1 11/22/1988 A 



1 

15 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
6 
1 
4 
5 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1 
1 

11 
1 
2 
1 

10 
6 
4 
4 
9 
7 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

14 

12 
2 
3 
4 

12 
4 
4 
1 
7 
1 
5 

17 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
5 
1 
2 



PAGE1416 
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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

N 

N 
1 N BIO 

N 

N L40 

N B81 
1 N M06 
5 F S27 
5 N P38 

L 
» N 

N T33 

N P41 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
1 N W82 

N 

N M70 

N 

N 

L 

E 

N 

N P38 

N H60 

N T35 

N M02 

N 

N M70 

N 

N 

N 

N S63 

E 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N M70 

N 

N 

N K65 
I N 
I N M06 

N M06 

N M70 

N 

N H65 

N M70 



1 M N M06 



N 
N 

N H65 
N 

N A54 
N H65 
N Vll 
N 
L 

N H90 
N L90 
N M20 
N M20 
N Vll 
N 
N Vll 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE1417 
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S IT 
ME ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



STATE REFUTES CATES' MAYO STREET CLAIM 

3 COUNTIES TO STUDY TRANSPORTATION LINK ooncoAMC 

TRTANttF'S RIDESHARE SERVICE RATED LOWEST AMONG 4 N.C. PROGRAMS 
SOUTHraLUffllAST^T MARKED FOR *3 MILLION WIDENING PROJECT 
COUNTY MAY HIRE TRAVEL COORDINATOR 

Mt^^tS^ IQPkflknU NOT LOSING. 
GOVERNOR SAYS HE WILL SUPPORT HIGHWAY PACKAGE 

N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION, BICYCLE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO BICYCLE LANES 
SEE ALSO BICYCLES 
STATE DERAILS FUNDING FOR ERWIN BIKE PATH 

N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION, COSTS 
SEE ALSO N.C. HIGHWAY FUND 

K! ISMSfglRE? HIGHWAY FINANCING PACKAGE 
SENATE (REBUFFS MARTIN'S HIGHWAY BOND PROGRAM 
SHORTFALL THREATENS HIGHWAY PROJECTS _^ 

MONEY PROBLEMS COULD AFFECT ROAD-BUILDING PROGRAM 

officials Appalled at magnitude of highway needs 

N.C. DEPT. OF TI^ANSPp^TipN^EMPLOYEES 

t^Wa'SWll^S IN DISCRIMINATION CASE 

A WHOLE LOT OF TRAVELING 

N.C. DEPT. OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM „_ 

SEEN.C. DIVISION OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM 

N.C. DEPT. OF TREASURY 
SEE N.C. DEPT. OF REVENUE 

N,C SEE^ T GWER»iENT DOCUMENTS (INCLUDES RECORDS AND PUBLICATIONS) 
^SlKYS R STATE S DRAGGING FEET ON DEPOSITORY SYSTEM 

N.C. DISABILITY DETERMINATION OFFICE 

S ^DAY H aSTDOWN E OF DISABILITY OFFICE MAY HURT SOME 

N.C, DISTRICT EAST OF CIVITAN 

CIVITANS NAME KATZ CITIZEN OF YEAR 
CIVITANS NAME FRIDAY CITIZEN OF THE YEAR 

N.C. DIVISION FOR EXCEPTIONAL_CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN, N.C. 
GROUP FIGHTS FOR HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

N.C. DIVISION OF AGING 

SEE ALSO DUKEWIV. INSTITUTE FOR LEARNING IN RETIREMENT 

S ^ncfBLAWD I FOR E REJECnON OF PLAN ON ISSUES OF THE AGING 
TA<EN OREOFr OTrrafMRT OF HEAVEN IS HAVEN FOR RETIREES 
GOV^ORTO SEEK$5 MILLION TO EXPAND SERVICES FOR ELDERLY 
PANOSAYS PRISON ALTERNATIVES COULD SAVE $5 MILLION 
PROGRAMS FOR ELDERLY TO GET HELP-fLAHERTY 

^isKTORTsAY^^H^^REPAY <1B MILLION 
DEPTToF^ING OFFICIAL SEES NO ACCOUNTING WOES 



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



11/24/1988 A 

11/29/1988 A 

11/30/1988 B 

12/06/1988 A 

12/07/1988 

12/09/1988 

12/15/1988 

12/20/1988 

12/20/1988 

12/21/1988 



1 P N R63 
1 N H65 
1 N K65 
3 N M70 
1 N H65 
1 M N L90 
3 N Vll 
1 P N M70 
1 N Vll 
8 N 



S 2 8/09/1988 A 1 P N W82 



1/28/1988 C 
4/02/1988 B 
7/07/1988 C 
7/09/1988 A 
9/10/1988 C 
12/31/1988 D 



8 
3 
16 
9 
1 
6 



H 

CHH 



1 8/04/1988 B 2 
1 9/22/1988 A 1 



N 

N M25 



4/21/1988 B IN 
8/13/1988 C 1 P P 



H 2 10/15/1988 C 1 N N36 



H 2 10/02/1988 A 14 N 



S 2 8/24/1988 C 7 N 
CHH 1 9/21/1988 A 3 P N L90 



S 2 8/18/1988 B 1 P F S27 



H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
CHH 



1/24/1988 B 
3/04/1988 B 
3/25/1988 B 
6/08/1988 B 
7/30/1988 B 
8/05/1988 A 
8/06/1988 A 
8/06/1988 A 



N 
P F 659 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N B21 



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/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX 
12/31/1988 



BY SUBJECTS 



DEMOCRATS RENEW CHARGES ON DIVISION OF AGING MONEY 

FLAHERTY CHARGES DEMOCRATS USING ELDERLY AS 'PAWNS' 

STATE DEFENDS MANAGEMENT OF FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS 

REPORT! STATE WON'T HAVE TO REPAY QUESTIONED FEDERAL FUNDS FOR AGING 

STATE GIVING MORE FUNDING TO ELDERLY, DISABLED DAY CARE 

N.C. DIVISION OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION FOUNDATION OF N.C, INC. 
SEE ALSO N.C, HISTORY 

GENEALOGY WORKSHOP OFFERED 

COUNTY SHERIFF REQUESTS $14,000 FOR GUNS FOR CHATHAM DEPUTIES 

BAKER HONORED 

RALEIGH HISTORY SOUGHT UNDERNEATH PARKING LOT 

POSTCARD ALBUM CHRONICLES ERA IN HISTORY OF STATE 

N.C DIVISION OF COASTAL MANAGEMENT 
SEE N.C COASTAL MANAGEMENT ACT 
SEE N.C COASTAL RESOURCES COMMISSION 

N.C DIVISION OF COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE 

MARTIN NAMES CITY COUNCILMAN TO POST 

N.C. DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 

GROUPS TO LOOK FOR POTENTIAL CHEMICAL TROUBLE SPOTS 

HURRICANE EXERCISE SET JUNE 15 

COASTAL COMMUNITIES LIST HURRICANE NEEDS 

N.C DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 
SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 
SEE ALSO N.C ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT COMMISSION 

CONSOLIDATION OF AGENCIES URGED 

HILLSBOROUGH GETS FEB. 4 DEADLINE ON SLUDGE DISPOSAL 

STRICTER LANDFILL REGULATIONS ARE INCREASING COSTS 

SERVICE STATION REPLACES FUEL TANKS 

REMOVAL OF CONTAMINATED DIRT COULD COST DURHAM $486,000 

STATE STILL SEEKING SOURCE OF FOREST HILLS FUEL LEAK 

STATE OKS BUTNER DELAY ON SEWAGE PLANT RULES 

SEWAGE PLANT AT BUTNER GIVEN UNTIL 1990 TO MEET REGULATIONS 

STATE! QUARRY MAY LIMIT WATER QUALITY 

TEER WILLING TO REDESIGN ROUGEMONT STONE QUARRY 

STATE SEEKS STEPS TO STOP FIB. LEAK 

STATE ASKS CHATHAM COAL TO WITHDRAW APPLICATION 

PLANT'S DISCHARGE PROBLEM HALTS WORK ON SEWER LINES 

CLARK STILL SEEKING TO HALT NEW TREYBURN SEWER PERMITS 

AIR POLLUTION CONTROLS MAY BE EXPANDED 

FIVE AREA COUNTIES VIOLATE OZONE STANDARDS 

CLARK LOSES AGAIN IN EFFORT TO HALT PERMITS 

COUNCILS OF GOVERNMENT BACK INCENTIVES FOR WASTE TREATMENT 

AGENCY WANTS CARTERET TO STUDY SEWAGE DISPOSAL 

PROPOSED GROUNDWATER RULES DRAW CRITICISM 

OFFICIAL SAYS TEXASGULF RULING COULD HURT STATE PROGRAM 

AGRICULTURALIST WARNS AGAINST PESTICIDE USE 

TOWN CITED BY STATE FOR RED ENO 

DURHAM SEWER WORK STOPPED; SOME PROJECTS HALTED FOR LACK OF PERMITS 

STATE DIVISION APPROVES GOVERNORS CLUB PLANS FOR SEWAGE TREATMENT 

TREYBURN AIMS TO BUILD SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 

ENGINEERS SAY TREYBURN SEWAGE TREATMENT IS SAFE 

STATE WANTS ANOTHER METHOD FOR CLEANING ENO 

N.C. POLLUTION REGULATIONS UNENFORCEABLE, OFFICIALS SAY 

DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT (CARTOON) 

environmentalists: RULING A SETBACK 

RULING TAKES TEETH OUT OF DEM 

STATE SEEKS FEDERAL HELP ON ENVIRONMENTAL RULES 

POWER TO FINE TEMPORARILY REINSTATED 

TOWN EXAMINES AMBERLY SEWER PLAN 

CHATHAM CO. SAYS NO TO SPRAY PERMIT 

AMBERLY OPPONENT RAPS PERMIT PROCESS 

CITY EXPECTS STATE TO DISAPPROVE PLAN ON WASTE TREATMENT 



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6/06/1988 A 
7/01/1988 A 
8/09/1988 B 
12/18/1988 D 



2 N 

17 N S63 
6 P P C45 
1 P N 

3 P U H45 



S 2 1/07/1988 C 6 N 



H 


2 


4/30/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 


6/03/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/02/1988 A 


13 


N 


S 


2 


1/23/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


3 


1/27/1988 C 


1 


N BIO 


H 


2 


1/27/1988 C 


14 


N 


S 


2 


2/11/1988 C 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


3/11/1988 A 


1 


N S51 


H 


2 


3/11/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/30/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


3/31/1988 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 


4/04/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


S 


2 


4/05/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


S 


2 


4/18/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


3 


4/23/1988 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/10/1988 C 


1 


N S51 


S 


2 


5/17/1988 C 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


5/22/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/28/1988 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


6/02/1988 C 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


6/17/1988 A 


10 


N M97 


H 


2 


7/26/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 


1 


7/28/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/29/1988 A 


14 


N 


CHH 1 


8/01/1988 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


8/12/1988 A 


1 


N R63 


H 


2 


9/03/1988 A 


1 


N S51 


H 


2 10/06/1988 C 


9 


N M25 


H 


2 


10/22/1988 A 


1 


N N36 


S 


2 


11/26/1988 A 


1 


N H65 


CH> 


1 


12/01/1988 A 


1 I 


» N R63 


H 


2 12/06/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


12/07/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


12/07/1988 C 


6 


N C60 


CHH 1 


12/07/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 12/08/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


12/10/1988 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


12/21/1988 A 


3 P N Vll 


CHH 1 


12/21/1988 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


12/22/1988 A 


1 


N M25 


H 


2 12/29/1988 C 


1 


N A54 



N.C. DIVISION OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 



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SEE N.C. DIVISION FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 

N.C. DIVISION OF FOREST RESOURCES 

^.C^IRmGHTING CREWS BATTLE BLAZES IN WEST 

N.C. DIVISION OF HEALTH SERVICES 
SEE N.C. HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION 

N.C. DIVISION OF MARINE FISHERIES ^^ 
OUTSTANDING UATERS PLAN IS SCALED BACK 
COASTAL POLICIES CRITIC OFFERS TO RESIGN 

FISHERIES REVENUE DIVERTED 

RED TIDE MAY LINGER THROUGH THE SPRING 

WOMAN DOESN'T REGRET QUITTING FISHERIES PANEL 

REDTIDE FORCES FISHERIES OFFICIALS TO SUITCH UORK 
RED TIDE LOOKOUT TO BE KEPT 

EgSffSBSg SKAM HARVESTING AREAS 

SOVIET PACT WORRIES N.C. FISH INDUSTRY 
N.C. DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

SE T^c"u^RS 1 CHaIgED IN PROSTITUTION INVESTIGATION 
ANOTHER WWKONFESSES TO HAVING SEX AT DMV OFFICE 
DW EMFtOYEES TOLD EMBARRASSMENT WILL PASS 
DRIVERS LICENSE APPLICANTS AGAINST NEW LAW 

gjffSiaWfff 0B1W VEHICLE TAXES 

MAN PLEADS NO CONTEST TO PERJURY; GETS PROBATION 
REMOVING SYMBOLS WON'T UNDO SOUTH'S BRAVERY 

BANNING OUR HERITAGE „ bju _ 

STATE CRACKS DOWN ON AUTO TENT, SALES 

THEFTS BRING CHANGES IN CAR SALVAGE LAW 

ORDERS FOR PERSONALIZED LICENSE PLATES FLOOD N.C. OFFICE 

BILL WOULD EXEMPT WHEELCHAIRS FROM VEHICLE LAWS 

N.cT OrTOIALBLASTS NEW LAW ON DRIVER'S LICENSES 

WOULD-BE UNDERAGE DRINKERS TRY TO FOOL DMV FOR FAKE LICENSES 

REPORT CRITICIZES AUTO EXHAUST INSPECTIONS IN N.C. 

ERROR PLACES 150 DWI OFFENDERS BEHIND WHEEL .^ mtmm 

MOTOR VEHICLES DIVISION ERROR HAS 150 DWI OFFENDERS DRIVING 

DRUNra<DRIVING FOULUP LEADS TO FIRING OF OFFICIAL 

DMV OFFICERS DO MORE THAN WEIGH BIG IRIGS 

WEIGH STATION WORKERS EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED 

DETAILS NEMliuB«BT NEW STATION IN THE OFFING ^ n ^ 

LOCAL MANSTILL WAITING FOR ANSWERS IN DISCRIMINATION CASE 

STATE OPENING FACT-SERVICEDRIVER'S LICENSE OPERATION 

MOTOR VEHICLES AGENCY TO OPEN EXPRESS OFFICE 

FINE FOR FAILINGTO LIST VEHICLES DRAWS CRITICISM 

N.C. DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES, EMPLOYEES irTTATTnu 
FORMER MOTOR VEHICLES CLERK IS ACQUITTED OF SOLICITATION 
FORMER DMV EMPLOYEE PLEADS GUILTY IN SEX CASE 
LASSITER AWAITS WORD ON DMV COMPLAINT 



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H 2 1/07/1988 D 4 

H 1 1/12/1988 B 5 

H 2 1/20/1988 A 4 

H 2 1/27/1988 A 9 

H 2 2/05/1988 A 10 

H 2 2/06/1988 A 11 

H 2 6/14/1988 B 8 

H 2 6/18/1988 C 3 

S 2 6/22/1988 A 7 

S 2 7/15/1988 C 4 

H 1 8/19/1988 C 1 

H 2 8/28/1988 B 3 



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2 


H 


2 


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H 


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H 


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H 


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H 


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H 


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CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


S 


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H 


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1/07/1988 A 
1/08/1988 B 
1/09/1988 B 
1/11/1988 A 
1/12/1988 A 
1/15/1988 C 
2/05/1988 B 
3/07/1988 C 
4/26/1988 C 
5/02/1988 A 
5/02/1988 A 
5/04/1988 B 
5/10/1988 C 
6/11/1988 B 
7/06/1988 B 
8/03/1988 B 
8/09/1988 A 
8/18/1988 A 
8/30/1988 B 
8/31/1988 C 
9/02/1988 B 
9/04/1988 A 
9/05/1988 A 
9/06/1988 A 
9/22/1988 A 
10/14/1988 C 
10/15/1988 B 
12/28/1988 C 



16 

11 

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1 
5 
5 
6 
2 
8 
14 
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17 
6 
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N 
N 
L 
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N 
N 
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N 
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N 
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E 

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N 

N A54 

N 080 

L 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

N Vll 

N 

N 

N 

N 
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■ Q 
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H90 
H90 
H90 

N M25 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 2/06/1988 A 11 P N 
H 2 3/12/1988 D 8 N ^ 
CHH 1 11/14/1988 A 3 N M25 



♦ 



N.C. DIVISION OF PARKS AND RECREATION 

SE REPORT tllfli PARK FUNDING 'IN A CRISIS' _ S 

SOME FEES TO GO UP NEXT YEAR IN STATE PARKS H 

N.C. DIVISION OF PURCHASE AND CONTRACT 

SE R^: N DEMOCRATS £ TRAIL GOVERNOR'S DEPARTMENTS IN BUYING FROM MINORITIES H 

N.C. DIVISION OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM 
SEE ALSO TOURISM, N.C. 



2 11/29/1988 A 
2 12/22/1988 C 



N 

N H60 



2 8/08/1988 B 1 N 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO TRAVEL N C 
WELCOME CENTER COMPUTERS HILL ASSIST TAR HEEL TOURISTS 
COMPUTERS AND PEOPLE CAN HELP N.C. VISITORS 
BIG FISH, BIG CAUSE 

COASTAL INITIATIVE COMMISSION WANTS GUIDE MAP TO ENTICE TOURISTS 
TRAVEL WRITERS, TOUR OPERATORS INVITED TO N.C. 
OFFICIALS DENY HAILING DELAY HURT TOURISM 
PANEL TOLD STATE SHOULD SPEND MORE MONEY TO PROMOTE TOURISM 

N.C. DIVISION OF WATER RESOURCES 
SEE N.C. WATER RESOURCES DIVISION 
SEE WATER RESOURCES, N.C. 

N.C. DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES 

SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, STATE SERVICES 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES 
YOUNG SEX OFFENDERS STILL DURHAM COURTS' PROBLEM 
TEEN SEX OFFENDER MAY BE RELEASED; JUDGE RAPS TREATMENT 
YOUNG SEX OFFENDER TO BE RELEASED IN JUNE AFTER 3 1/2 YEARS 
YOUNG SEX OFFENDER CARE ASSAILED AGAIN 

N.C. EASTER SEAL SOCIETY 
EASTER SEAL SOFTBALL 
BURLINGTON FIRM WINS TOURNAMENT 
DURHAM MAN NAMED TO SECOND TERM ON BOARD 

N.C. EASTERN MUNICIPAL POWER AGENCY 

PERSON COMMISSIONERS REJECT TAX SETTLEMENT WITH EASTERN 

PERSON BOARD ACCEPTS TAX SETTLEMENT 

POWER AGENCY CHARGES CPU. VIOLATED CONTRACT 

PERSON TO SUBMIT COMPLAINT ON TAX ASSESSMENT RATIOS 

N.C. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C, 

SEE ALSO N.C. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 
JORDAN PROPOSAL ON AGENCY DRAWS CRITICISM FROM MARTIN 

N.C, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (PROPOSED) 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC-PRIVATE COOPERATIVE VENTURES 

•GREAT BUFFALO' HUNT FOR INDUSTRY IS OVER 

JORDAN CALLS FOR FUND TO AID BUSINESS INVESTMENT 

MARTIN, JORDAN CLASH ON COMMERCE DEPARTMENT 

POPE: JORDAN TRYING TO ABOLISH DEPARTMENT 

N.C. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD 
officials: EASTERN N.C. MUST NURTURE HOMEGROWN ENTERPRISES 

N.C. EDUCATION ASSISTANCE AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM 
DURHAM MAN REAPPOINTED TO N.C. EDUCATION AGENCY 
HUNT'S EDUCATION RECORD 
NATIONAL TIDE HITS N.C. TUITION AID PROGRAM 

N.C. EGG COOKING CONTEST 
SEE ALSO EGGS 
N.C. EGG CONTEST DEADLINE IS MAY 4 

N.C. ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORP. 
SEE ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORP. 

N.C. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY 
STATE! NUCLEAR PLANT EVACUATION PLAN WILL WORK 
TORNADO AWARENESS DRILLS HELD 

N.C. EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION 



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2 2/23/1988 A 4 E 

2 2/25/1988 C 1 P F Zll 

2 6/08/1988 B 16 N 

2 7/12/1988 B 6 N 

2 9/23/1988 C 5 N 

1 9/30/1988 C 3 N 



H 2 3/07/1988 A 1 N S82 

H 2 4/25/1988 B 1 N S32 

H 2 5/30/1988 B 1 N S82 

H 2 7/25/1988 A 1 P N S82 



H 2 8/28/1988 A 14 P P T32 
H 2 9/02/1988 C 2 N 
H 2 11/24/1988 F 15 P N 



H 2 3/10/1988 B 2 N T33 

H 2 4/05/1988 BUN 

H 2 7/15/1988 B 9 N 

H 1 9/09/1988 C 1 P N T33 



H 2 1/06/1988 BUN 



H 2 1/20/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 2/25/1988 A 15 N L40 

H 2 4/20/1988 A 16 N 

S 1 9/15/1988 A 12 N 



S 2 2/22/1988 A 6 N 



S 2 1/29/1988 A 9 N 
H 2 8/18/1988 A 4 L 
H 2 8/23/1988 A 1 N K65 



H 2 3/31/1988 C 2 N 



S 2 2/10/1988 C 1 
H 2 3/10/1988 B 1 



N U82 | 

N H60 



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SEE EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION 

N.C. ENERGY DIVISION 

SEE ALSO ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORP. u iiniim , 
$38,400 GRANTED TO WEATHERI2E DURHAM HOUSES 

N.C. ENTERPRISE CORP. 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C. ___ 

^OA^S^SSSSBa IN N.C.'S AILING RURAL AREAS 
pSoTsAYS PWSON ALTERNAnVES COULD SWJJ5 MILLION 
PANBl BACKS CORPORATION TO HELP RURAL COUNTIES 

IBS %l IW&SSffl JUDICIAL APPOINTMENT 



H 2 6/22/1988 B S N 



hok <Jro«s ffiiwSS SS T« wmfiFiMK SM6 II TO S»TE H 



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N.C. ENVIRONMENTAL INDEX (PfKFpSED) 

SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION mainiT/tl Tlincv 
ASSEMBLY URGED TO CREATE STATE ENVIRONMENTAL INDEX 
INDEXES MAY CLARIFY STATE'S ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS 

N.C. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT COMMISSION AmmT 
SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ^MANAGEMENT 
STATE HEARING SET TONIGHT OF ENO RIVER RESTRICTIONS 

STATE MOVES TO PROTECT ALL OF NEUSE „ 

WATER PANEL PROPOSAL DESERVES FINALAPPROVAL 
CATES PROPOSES WATER PLAN TO HEAD OFF STATE 
WATER MANAGEMENT DEBATED IN ORANGE 

EFFORTS ON WATERSHED RULES STALLED 

AIR POLLUTION CONTROLS HELD TOP PRIORITY 
EASTERN CITIES MUST UPGRADE DISCHARGE INTOJEUSE RIVER 
13 AREAS PICKED FOR STUDY OF SPECIAL RESOURCE WATERS 
. NEWRULE WILL COST TOWNS ALONGJJEUSE RIVER . 
ENO RIVER HEARING DRAWS ISO PEOPLE 

PAin RATKQ "yPFR AGENCY' 

COMMISSION ENDORSES FORMING ENVIRONMENTAL 'SUPER AGENCY' IN N.C. 
GROUPS SEEK HALT TO TREYBURN SEWER LINES m 
PETITION SEEKS TO HALT TREYBURN SEWER LINES 

Me?M IS 8W8 M^OCK TREYBURN SEWER PERMITS 
SEUEROPPWENTS PREPARE TOANS^ ATTORNEY GENERAL 

P p3& ra^ SJ Sx^ ^Permits for treyburn 

BUTNER SETS UP NEW PROCEDURES ON WATER, SEWER 

PLAN TO BAN ENO GROWTH ALARMS DURHAM CHAMBER „ 

PANEL TO AIR CHATCE OF OVERCOMMITTING ENO PLANT'S CAPACITY 
WATER AUTHORITYTO CONSIDER LIMITS ON INFORMAL TALKS 
STATE gWdECLINESTO RULE ON NEW TREYBURN SEWER PERMITS 
STATE PANR WOrT DELAY TREYBURN'S SEWER LINE PERMITS 
CLARK, GROUP WANT TO HALT TREYBURN 
GE TO PROBE GROUNDWATER AT OLD PLANT „ 

hSSSA BRBUUI BWKlST OF POLLUT^^ 

PoffioNVIOLATIONS MAY LEAD TO EMISSION TESTS OF CARS, TRUCKS 

TEXASGULF TO REDUCE POLLUTION 

LOALOFFICIALSHAIL ENO PLAN AS COMPROMISE 

ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCIES CONSOLIDATION PLAN NEAR 

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS CRITICIZED AT HEARING 

RffiLASStflEvrirjN OF EIGHT STREAMS DRAWS SUPPORT 

AGENCY SUBMITS SCHEDULE FOR PLAN ON AIR POLLUTION 

RE-USE PLAN MIGHT NOT AID ENO ALLOTMENT 

HILLSBOROUGH APPROVES VOLUNTARYPLAN FOR ENO 

REPORT URGES CUT IN JORDAN ALLOTMENTS 

ENO RIVER PLAN OK'D; JORDAN LAKE HEARING SET 

ENO PLAN CALLS ATTENTION TO RESERVOIR QUESTION 

PLAN MUST WORK IF ENO TO BE SAVED 

OWASA WANTS LARGER SHARE OF JORDAN WATER 



5/19/1988 C 
6/08/1988 B 
6/09/1988 C 
6/11/1988 C 
6/15/1988 A 
6/21/1988 A 



H 


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CHH 1 


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2 10/26/1988 B 
2 11/15/1988 A 



1/07/1988 B 
1/15/1988 A 
1/16/1988 A 
1/19/1988 B 
1/20/1988 B 
1/23/1988 C 
1/29/1988 A 
1/29/1988 C 
1/29/1988 C 
1/30/1988 A 
2/04/1988 B 
2/11/1988 A 
2/12/1988 
2/25/1988 
2/26/1988 
3/11/1988 
3/30/1988 
4/06/1988 
4/08/1988 
4/08/1988 
4/15/1988 
4/15/1988 
4/20/1988 
4/28/1988 .. 
5/09/1988 B 
5/12/1988 B 
5/12/1988 C 
5/13/1988 C 
5/13/1988 A 
5/13/1988 C 
5/19/1988 B 
6/04/1988 B 
6/30/1988 B 
7/15/1988 C 
7/17/1988 A 
7/23/1988 D 
7/27/1988 C 
8/03/1988 B 
8/11/1988 A 
8/19/1988 
8/30/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/09/1988 
9/11/1988 
9/11/1988 



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N 
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N R53 
N 

N BIO 
N L40 
N 

N L40 
N 
N 

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N M97 
N K65 
N M06 
N L40 
N M06 
N M06 
N M70 
N 

N U29 
N 

N H90 
' N 
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N R63 
> N R63 
N L90 
N L40 
N R63 
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INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



MORE JORDAN WATER SOUGHT; ORANGE, CHATHAM UITLITY OFFICIALS SEEK... 

NO EXTRA WATER FOR ORANGE CO., EMC STAFF SAYS 

STATE HONORS OWASA'S JORDAN LAKE REQUEST (CORRECTION PRINTED 12-10-88) 

TREATMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS LOAN OK'D 

CORRECTION 

N.C. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT COMMISSION, FEES 
SEE ALSO USER FEES 
ENVIRONMENTAL PANEL MAY RAISE PERMIT FEES 
HIGHER FEES FAVORED 

N.C. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS 

SEE ALSO EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS, DURHAM COUNTY 
LUNSFORD RECEIVES LEADERSHIP AWARD 



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CHH 1 
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12/02/1988 A 
12/09/1988 A 
12/09/1988 A 
12/10/1988 A 



N M25 
C N L40 
N L40 
N R63 
N 



H 2 3/15/1988 C 5 N 
H 2 3/20/1988 B 8 N 



CHH 1 11/04/1988 A 8 N 



N.C. FARM BUREAU 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION OFFICE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY FARM BUREAU 

SEE ALSO FARMERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE 
MOVE STUNS FARMWORKER ADVOCATES H 

N.C. FARM BUREAU FEDERATION RECOMMENDS THE MINIMUM INCREASE IN TOBACCO.. H 

N.C. FARMERS MARKET 

SEE ALSO FARMERS MARKETS 

GROUP FEARS LOSS OF CIVIL WAR RELICS S 

GROUP GETS OK TO SEARCH FOR WAR RELICS S 

GROUP PLANS TO COMB SITE FOR RELICS FROM CIVIL WAR H 

FARMERS MARKET OFFERS BUSHELS OF BARGAINS S 

FARMER'S MARKET H 

N.C. FEDERATION OF REPUBLICAN WOMEN 
SEE ALSO REPUBLICAN PARTY, N.C. 
MARCH FOR VETO IS FRIDAY 

N.C. FEDERATION OF TEACHERS 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS 
SEE ALSO TEACHER UNIONS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS N.C 

EDUCATION BOARd'pONDERS PROPOSAL FOR MORE STUDENT TESTS 

GLENWOOD TEACHER TAKES STATE POST 

AFT 'LATERAL ENTRY' POSITION MISINTERPRETED 

NCFT LEADER STILL LIKES 'MERIT-PAY' PLAN 

N.C. FEDERATION OF TEENAGE REPUBLICANS 
SEE ALSO REPUBLICAN PARTY, N.C. 
SEN. HELMS DEFENDED 

N.C. FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUBS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM WOMAN'S CLUB 

STATE-WIDE WINNERS 

VOLUNTEER EFFORTS BRING AWARD 

N.C. FELLOWS PROGRAM 

FOUR STUDENTS FROM TRIANGLE ARE N.C. FELLOWS 

N.C. FICTION SYNDICATE 
SEE ALSO FICTION 
SEE ALSO SHORT STORIES 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, N.C. 

NO ICE CREAM, AND IT'S THE END OF THE WORLD 

WHERE KNOWING ENDS, THERE WAIT OUR FEARS 

ON A RAZOR'S EDGE AT RAMON'S 

SADDLING UP THE PAST TO ESCAPE THE STORMS OF CHANGE 

MAN AND BOY, BOTH SEEKING SHELTER FROM A STORM 

THE SANDS OF TIME GET BURNING HOT BEFORE THEY CAN HEAL 

IN A CHANGING SEASCAPE, THE COLOR OF HOPE IS RED 

INTENT ON WHERE WE'RE GOING, FORGETTING WHERE WE'VE BEEN 

STARING AT THE 'EYE OF THE BEHOLDER,' ARTIST NEVER BLINKS 



2 6/18/1988 D 
2 12/14/1988 B 



7/13/1988 C 
7/15/1988 A 
7/16/1988 A 
7/22/1988 B 
9/05/1988 A 



8 
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6 

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13 P 



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N 

F 659 
P 



H 2 6/02/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 1/04/1988 B 1 N 

CHH 1 6/07/1988 A 3 P N L90 

CHH 1 8/18/1988 A 4 L 

CHH 1 10/08/1988 A 3 N M25 



H 2 2/15/1988 A 4 L 



S 2 3/09/1988 B 1 P P L38 
S 2 3/30/1988 B 1 P F G59 



H 2 7/09/1988 C 5 N 



1/10/1988 
2/07/1988 
3/20/1988 
4/10/1988 
5/08/1988 
7/03/1988 
8/07/1968 
9/04/1988 
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REFLECTIONS IN THE FACE OF A BOY 
CONFESSIONS OF A HUNGARIAN PACIFIST 

N.C. FIRE AND RESCUE COLLEGE 
SEE ALSO FIRE, N.C. 

^O^SCufuORKERS LEARN ROPES-AND KNOTS-OF JOB 
DISASTER DRILL 

N,C * Sre RENTED TO FIRE COMMISSION 

N,C> nBBlMllWSn» TO BE „ 
FlS i^lM KM" *""* 

N.C. FOREST RESOURCES CAMP 
SEE ALSO FORESTS, N.C. 
3 TEENS ATTEND CAMP 

^•STro^ EVERY CHANCE* GET' , 
N.C. FOUNDATION FOR ALTERNATIVE HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS 
S ^HAL £ ^BULLIS^ ON HMOS DESPITE SLOWED GROWTH 
N.C. FOUNDATION FOR ARTHRITIS 

err ai en aCTKJTTTS 

WOMAN DONATES DOLL HOUSE FOR ARTHRITIS FUND-RAISER 



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2 12/04/1988 E 



4/18/1988 C 
4/25/1988 A 



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P N M51 
P P C45 



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5/28/1988 B 
6/10/1988 A 
6/13/1988 A 
9/20/1988 A 



4 
17 
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S 2 9/08/1988 C 
CHH 1 10/18/1988 A 



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S 2 9/22/1988 A 7 P F 659 

S 2 5/02/1988 A 1 N K06 

H 2 6/12/1988 B 3 N 



N.C. FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO CONSERVATIVES 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C. „ u „ 

SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOP*WT i N.C. 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES „__ 
MS. THOMPSON LEADER IN POLITICAL FUND-RAISING 

N ' C SEE°£sO PRePtoMS?SaLL (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
HARDING WINS 4-A TITLE 

N,C SEE°ALSO FR^TEAMS.^AalTBALL (BOYS) (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL ™LS> ._ - 

PARITY HIGHLIGHTS 4-A TOJRNAMENT g ■- 2/29/1988 

TOURNEY BERTHS FOR AREA TEAMS SET, BUT COMPLEX H 

ROCKETS FIZZLE AS CAPS PREVAIL H 

^SEe'aLSO PR^TOMsTraOTBALL (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
4-A FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP MOVED TO GROVES STADIUM... H 

BULLDOGS MISS CHANCE TO ESCAPE 4-* RANKS S 

N,C SEE°ALs1 PRff^EAMsI°WREST^ (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
BLOOD? SWEAT IreARSl THE ROAD TO A STATE HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING TITLE H 

N.C. FUND FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, STATE SERVICES 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 
SELF-SERVING CHECK-OFF 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
SEE ALSO "BILLY BALL" 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. GE^tRAL ASSEMBLY 

^KiKKtHUKfU GOOD WORKING RELATIONSHIP 
LEG^TUREMAY LOOK AT PROPOSED JAIL REGULATIONS 



3/06/1988 C 
3/10/1988 D 



5/05/1988 D 
9/16/1988 D 



N 644 

N D85 

P N Y55 



P N D85 
P U 644 



2 3/06/1988 C 12 P N 046 



H 2 6/23/1988 A 4 L 



2/08/1988 A 
2/20/1988 B 



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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



RJR SECURES AGREEMENT FOR STUDY OF TAX CHANGES 

ELECTION HAY TEMPER ASSEMBLY SESSION 

LEGISLATIVE GUIDE: RALEIGH STEELS FOR SUARM OF SUMMER LOCUSTS 

LEGISLATIVE GUIDE; RALEIGH STEELS FOR SUARM OF SUMMER LOCUSTS 

ADMINISTRATION ALOOF TO MARTIN 

ASSEMBLY URGED TO CRE ATE S TATE ENVIRONMENTAL INDEX 

GOVERNOR HOPING FOR BETTER TERMS WITH LEGISLATURE 

THE LEGISLATIVE CONFRONTATION 

GARDNER SAYS VOTERS EXPECT TO SEE BIPARTISAN LEGISLATURE 

MARTIN SAYS GARDNER TO GET EURE'S SPACE 

INSIGHT! SOME GIFT IDEAS FOR CAPITOL FOLKS 

N.C. SURVEY SAYS NURSES UNHAPPY WITH THEIR JOBS 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, ABSENTEEISM 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS 
LEGISLATOR HAS MISSED 5 HOUSE SESSIONS 
REP. THOMPSON'S TRUANCY FROM HOUSE INEXCUSABLE 
ABSENCE FROM ANOTHER ANGLE 
THOMPSON SERVES WELL 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, ADJOURNMENT 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, OPENING 
PROCEDURES FEUD DELAYS N.C. LEGISLATURE'S ADJOURNMENT 
CURTAIN FALLS ON '88 ASSEMBLY 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK CAUCUS 
SEE N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS AND POLITICIANS 
SEE ALSO N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY,. LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS 
CONVICTED WITHOUT TRIAL 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO N.C, BUDGET 
PROPOSED BUDGET DISAPPOINTS UNC 
MEMORIAL ASKS *18 PER ROOM RATE INCREASE 
ROYALL, GOVERNOR EXCHANGE NASTY NOTES ON BUDGET WORK 
ROYALL-MARTIN SPAT TYPICAL PARTY FUSS 
ROYALL PREDICTS MARTIN BUDGET FACING TROUBLE 
LAWMAKER'S DON'T DESERVE BIG PAY HIKE 
LEGISLATORS: PLAN WOULDN'T GIVE UNIFORM 4.5X RAISE 
LEGISLATOR CUTS OFF REMARKS BY COMMERCE SECRETARY 
ELECTION MAY TEMPER ASSEMBLY SESSION 
LEGISLATORS COMPLAIN ABOUT DELAY ON TAX FIGURES 
N.C. LEGISLATURE PLANS ASSAULT ON TOUGH ISSUES 
BUDGET, WASTE ISSUES FACING LEGISLATURE 
BUDGET-ONLY FOCUS CAN KEEP SESSIONS SHORT 

MARTIN SAYS DEMOCRATS AGAINST HIS INITIATIVES 'PLAYING POLITICS' 
LEGISLATURE TO CONVENE 
N.C. LEGISLATURE'S '88 SESSION OPENS 
PAY RAISE BILL GETS COOL RECEPTION 
$541,480 REQUESTED FOR ROBESON COURTS 
BILL FILED FOR PUBLIC DEFENDER, ANOTHER JUDGE IN ROBESON 
TIGHT STATE MONEY NOT LIKELY TO JEOPARDIZE LOCAL PROJECTS 
LAWMAKERS SAY MARTIN BUDGET MUST BE PARED 
$90,000 MORE GOES FOR COLLIDER 
1988-89 N.C. BUDGET FACES THE AX 
DEMOCRATS SAY SESSION WILL BE SHORT 
RAMSEY MAY CALL FOR END TO LEGISLATIVE SHORT SESSION 
STATE BUDGET GETS NOD; PROPOSAL OKS RAISES BUT LACKS MANY OF MARTIN'S. , 
HOUSE SPEAKER SAYS SHORT SESSIONS ARE WASTE OF TIME, MONEY 
LEGISLATURE HAS COMPUTER CAPABILITY TO PUBLISH VOTES 
CLASH LIKELY OVER TAX FEE FOR MERCHANTS 
LEGISLATORS SHOULD CUT OUT SHORT SESSIONS 
DEMOCRATS SEE POLITICAL CAPITAL IN MARTIN BUDGET 
DEMOCRATS' BUDGET PLAN TO DRAW FIRE FROM GOP 



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2/20/1988 A 

5/24/1988 B 

5/29/1988 D 

5/29/1988 D 

9/19/1988 A 

10/26/1988 B 

11/22/1988 B 

11/26/1988 A 

12/01/1988 D 

12/16/1988 C 

12/25/1988 D 

12/25/1988 A 



L40 
R56 



N 

J 

F 

F 

J 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N L40 

U L40 

N S17 



H 2 6/15/1988 B 

H 2 6/17/1988 A 

H 2 6/22/1988 A 

H 2 6/26/1988 D 



1 P N L40 
4 E 
4 L 
4 L 



S 2 7/09/1988 C 1 N 
H 2 7/13/1988 A 1 N L40 



H 


2 


6/29/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


5/07/1988 C 


1 


N L90 


H 


2 


5/10/1988 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 


5/11/1988 B 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


5/13/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/13/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


5/14/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/17/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


5/19/1988 A 


20 


N 


H 


1 


5/24/1988 B 


1 


J 


H 


2 


5/26/1988 A 


18 P N 


H 


2 


5/29/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


5/30/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


6/01/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/02/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 


6/02/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/04/1988 A 


11 


N 


CHH 1 


6/06/1988 A 


1 


P N K65 


H 


2 


6/07/1988 B 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/08/1988 A 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 


6/08/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/09/1988 C 


16 


N 


S 


2 


6/09/1988 A 


14 


N 


. H 


2 


6/10/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/10/1988 B 


11 


P N 


H 


2 


6/10/1988 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 


6/10/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


6/10/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/11/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/11/1988 C 


16 


N 



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SUBJECTS 



SPANGLER REMAINS HOPEFUL LEGISLATURE WILL MEET NEEDS 
GOPLAWwIrS CRITICIZE EXCLUSIONS IN N.C. BUDGET PLAN 

C^ALSPENWNG°BUDGET IS FACING »100 MILLION CUTS 
LKISUTIKBUDGET SAME OLD SONG WITH A FEW NEW NOTES 
UWWKERS OK SPENDING BILL OF *274.2 MILLION __ 

MARTINSTILL HOPING TO GET PROJECTS INCLUDED IN BUDGET 
BILL yOULD AID THREE ORIJANIZATIONS 

Hl^ASSE^ aWad&G SHORT SESSION NEXT WEEK , m 
SWTEHOUSETjHWTE TO CONSIDER SEPARATE CAPITAL SPENDING BILLS 
HOUSE, SENATE SPENDING PLANS 'NOT EVEN CLOSE' 

9&ffBSfW^ Sffi^SEU * ASSEMBLY AFTER JULY 4TH 

LAUM&ERS: SPECIAL PROVISIONS PROVIDE BUDGETARY GLUE 
VpORKBARREL* SPENDING STEM CONTINUES BOILING 
TAXMSTRIBUTION FORMULA CHANGE AVOIDS CITY LOSSES 

L^SrE I RESWEs! F TAKES AIM AT BUDGET, TAXES, ADJOURNMENT 

OPINIONS ON GLASNOST DIFFER IN LEGISLATURE 

SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS CIRCUHVENTUNC BOARD 

ROYALL, WATKINS TRYING TO REACH SETTLEMENT ON BUDGET 

TALKSNARraB DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HOUSE, SENATE BUDGETS 

UNCBUDOT STILL SPURS BATTLES IN LEGISLATURE 

rKTwATKINS REACH AGREEMENT ONSPENDING BILL 

N.C. LEADERS BREAK STALEMATE ON l «JDGET T _ 

CONFERENCE PANEL ACCEPTS SPENDING COMPROMISE 

DURHAM DIPS INTO 'PORK BARREL' 

ARWPROJECTS TTjam IN AjTROPRIATIONS 

UNC BUDGET FIGURES TO BE BELOU REQUEST 

^CRTASS€MBl?fENACTS »177 MILLION BUDGET BILL n ^ ^^ 

RENEWED APAATTACK BY REP. UATKINS HELPS PROLONG SHORT SESSION 

»HOPHJP' BUDGET BILL AMONG LAST-MINUTE ASSEMBLY DETAILS 

LEGISLATURE STILL GOING 

CURTAIN FALLS ON 'jBASSEHBLY 

REPUBLICANS SAY BUDGET REFORMS FAILED 

SM^Tg^l^ESPONSIBLE OF LEGISLATURE 
COMMITTEES REVIEWED BUDGET 
FUNNY WAY TO SAY NO 

^ISLATi0NK LIKE SAUSAGE..." -BOB JORDAN, JULY 12, 1980 (CARTOON) 
<W1RT SESSION AGAIN SHOWS REFORM NEEDED 
raDffWETraiOTBHraOTHELP ASSEMBLY PAY ITS WAY 
RHETORIC, MANEUVERING OBMURE BILLS 

SBS^wSgEB^X* 22 ^E MANY 

ffiilf C^S^'nJNDS, BUT MISS PRIORITIES 
COMMERCE SECRETARY ASSAILS LEGISLATURE ON BUDGET 

^S'IrKdWobK Me^says 

SSlJBF&S Milks' irresponsible 
eubanks wants funding changes 

™£^<ERJl£33? ADJOURNS 
^^T^nTS^W^l^^^ COMMISSION 

HOUSE NO LONGER DISTRIBUTINGLISTS OF BOARD, 
N.C. SENATE TAKES CONTROL FROM GARDNER 
DEMOCRATS TO REVISE COMMITTEES 



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2 
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6/11/1988 C 
6/11/1988 A 
6/13/1988 A 
6/15/1988 A 
6/15/1988 A 
6/16/1988 A 
6/17/1988 B 
6/22/1988 B 
6/22/1988 B 
6/23/1988 B 
6/28/1988 A 
6/29/1988 
6/29/1988 
6/30/1988 
6/30/1988 
6/30/1988 
7/01/1988 B 
7/02/1988 A 
7/03/1988 C 
7/03/1988 C 
7/04/1988 B 
7/04/1988 C 
7/05/1988 B 
7/05/1988 B 
7/06/1988 B 
7/06/1988 B 
7/06/1988 C 
7/06/1988 C 
7/07/1988 B 
7/07/1988 A 
7/08/1988 B 
7/08/1988 C 
7/08/1988 C 
7/08/1988 A 
7/09/1988 D 
7/10/1988 C 
7/12/1988 B 
7/12/1988 B 
7/13/1988 A 
7/13/1988 A 
7/13/1988 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
H 2 

CHH 1 



7/15/1988 

7/15/1988 

7/17/1988 

7/17/1988 

7/18/1988 

7/18/1988 

7/18/1988 

7/18/1988 .. 

7/19/1988 B 

7/20/1988 A 

7/22/1988 

7/26/1988 

7/29/1988 

8/06/1988 

8/06/1988 

8/06/1988 

8/12/1988 

9/27/1988 



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NL90 
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Oil 



COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS 



H 2 4/14/1988 D 11 

S 2 4/20/1988 A 1 

H 2 5/20/1988 C 1 

H 2 11/26/1988 A 1 

H 2 12/08/1988 B 2 



T 
N 
J 
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N 

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N R53 
NL40 
N 
N 

NL40 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N L40 
N 
J 
N 
J 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N R53 
N L40 
NK65 
N 
N 
N 
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N L40 
N 
N 
N 
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N L90 
N L90 
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R56 
Oil 



Oil 
Oil 



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12/31/1988 



BY SUBJECTS 



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N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO N.C, COMPUTERS 
LEGISLATURE HAS COMPUTER CAPABILITY TO PUBLISH VOTES 
FINDING LEGISLATOR'S VOTING RECORD CAN BE BAFFLING 
OTHER STATES' DATA MORE ACCESSIBLE 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, COST OF OPERATING STATE LEGISLATURE 
CREATIVE THINKING MIGHT HELP ASSEMBLY PAY ITS HAY 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO DEMOCRATIC PARTY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS 

DEMOCRATS MAKE UNFORCED ERRORS 

DEMOCRATS SEE NO GOP MANDATE TO OVERHAUL LEGISLATIVE PROCESS 

STATE SENATE DEMOCRATS BEGIN MAPPING STRATEGY 

REPUBLICANS GAIN IN N.C. LEGISLATURE 

MARTIN RE-ELECTED DUE TO DEMOCRATIC MISTREATMENT 

N.C. SENATE DEMOCRATS, GOP TO DEBATE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ROLE 

SOME GOP VETERANS IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY NOW ADVOCATING DETENTE WITH... 

ROPE-A-DOPE ENDS IN A DRAW 

N.C. DEMOCRATS HAND GARDNER POLITICAL EDGE 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, ELECTIONS 

SEE ELECTIONS, N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES 
TURNOVER HIGH AMONG LEGISLATIVE ATTORNEYS 

N.C GENERAL ASSEMBLY, HOUSE 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SENATE 

SEE ALSO N.C GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE 

ROYALL AGAIN TOPS MOST-EFFECTIVE LIST 

HOUSE, SENATE SPENDING PLANS 'NOT EVEN CLOSE' 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LEGISLATORS 
SEX HARASSMENT OF TENANTS TARGET OF REP. BARNES' BILL 
THRESHOLD FOR DRUNKEN DRIVING MIGHT BE LEGISLATED TO .08 
LEGISLATURE URGED TO REGULATE DRUG TESTING 
LEGISLATORS HAVE SECOND THOUGHTS ON UNC BOARD ADDITIONS 
PAST CHAIRMEN SHOULD HAVE LIMITED POWER 
GOVERNOR SAYS MARCH FOR VETO WOULD SHOW CITIZENS' SUPPORT 
BOYD CALLS FOR EXTENDING OPEN-MEETINGS LAW 
SBI DIRECTOR WARY OF WIRETAP PROPOSAL 
STATE TREASURER SAYS PLUG HOLES BEFORE HIKING TAX 
ACCIDENT PROBE PROVES TWIN-TRAILER DANGER 
NEUTRAL STAND NO GOOD FOR OFFICIALS' WISH LIST 
N.C. LEGISLATURE PLANS ASSAULT ON TOUGH ISSUES 
BUDGET, WASTE ISSUES FACING LEGISLATURE 
CREDIT CARD RATE LEGISLATION MAY WAIT UNTIL 1989 SESSION 
MARTIN SAYS DEMOCRATS AGAINST HIS INITIATIVES 'PLAYING POLITICS' 
LT. GOV. JORDAN CHARGES MARTIN IS MAKING VETO A POLITICAL ISSUE 
LEGISLATURE SHOULD APPROVE VOTE ON VETO 
LEGISLATURE TO CONVENE 

TOPLESS DANCING FIGHT SETS OFF SESSION SPARKS 
N.C. LEGISLATURE'S '88 SESSION OPENS 
PAY RAISE BILL GETS COOL RECEPTION 
♦541,480 REQUESTED FOR ROBESON COURTS 
SEN. ROYALL STILL BACKING BID FOR SUPER COLLIDER 
BILL FILED FOR PUBLIC DEFENDER, ANOTHER JUDGE IN ROBESON 
MARCHERS CALL FOR VETO POWER FOR GOVERNOR 
MARCHING FOR VETO POWER 

MARTIN ACCUSES JORDAN OF HAVING 'HIDDEN AGENDA' 
TIGHT STATE MONEY NOT LIKELY TO JEOPARDIZE LOCAL PROJECTS 
LOCAL GOVERNMENTS SUBMIT WISH LISTS TO LEGISLATURE 
SENATOR WANTS CHANGES IN ABORTION CONSENT BILL 



H 2 6/10/1988 BUN 
S 2 6/27/1988 A 5 J Oil 
S 2 8/10/1988 A 5 J Oil 



S 2 7/18/1988 A 5 J Oil 



7/21/1988 A 
11/11/1988 B 
11/12/1988 D 
11/16/1988 A 
11/17/1988 A 
11/19/1988 C 
11/29/1988 B 
12/04/1988 D 
12/07/1988 A 



Oil 



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Oil 
Oil 



S 2 1/29/1988 A 5 J Oil 



H 


2 


4/12/1988 B 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


1/11/1988 B 


7 P N 


H 


2 


1/16/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/24/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


3/14/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


3/16/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


3/18/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


3/30/1988 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/03/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/07/1988 B 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


5/06/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/28/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/29/1988 A 


1 


N 1.40 


H 


2 


5/30/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/01/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


6/02/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 


6/02/1988 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 


6/02/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/02/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


6/03/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/04/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


6/04/1988 B 


16 


N 


H 


1 


6/04/1988 B 


1 


P P 


H 


2 


6/05/1988 B 


1 


N L40 


CHh 


1 


6/06/1988 A 


1 


P N K65 


CKH 


1 


6/06/1988 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


6/07/1988 B 


10 


N 



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MONEY 



HUM SM&Bi COULD SAVE *5 MILLION 
GOP LEGISLATORS PUSH AGENCY ODWOLIDftTMN 
PANEL BACKS CORPORATION TO HELP RURAL COUNTIES 
DEMOCRATS SAY SESSION HILL BE SHORT 
LEGISLATION AIMED AT DRUG TRAFFICKERS wi ^ rTll ^ , A „ 
LEGISLATURE HAY COME UNDER STATE'S OPEN MEETINGS LAW 
HOUsfsPEAKER SAYS SHORT SESSIONS ARE WASTE OF WE, 
ANWAL TESTING IS PROPOSED FOR HOME SCHOOL STUDENTS 
LEGISLATURE HAS COMPUTER CAPABILITY TO PUBLISH VOTES 
CLASH LIKELY OYER TAX FEE FOR MERCHANTS 
MILLER BILL AIMS AT ATTRACTING INDUSTRY nunTrc 

FORoS HOST FOR WASTE SITE WILL BE LAST N.C. CHOICE 

ga^VfflP.ffifflaS KctING SALES TAX 

SD&TE VOTES FOR ANNUAL TESTING OF HOME SCHOOL STUDENTS 

IMIIilRNnL LEGISLATORS 

HOME SCHOOL TECTmTbILL BETS TENTATIVE N.C.SENATJAPPROVAL 

PANEL OKSBILL ON ROBESON COUNTY JUDICIAL APPOINTMENT 

C^T*fMfc Ss'V&lOO MILLION CUTS 
MILLER SEEKS TAX ON MAIL ORDERE},^ 

WUnmWHM @£j£ sponsor plans to use vote.. 

MIUJ^BILLWILL BENEFIT COMPANIES BASED IN N.C. 
N.C. HOUSE APPROVES BILL CURBING WASTE PANEL 

MM SWrTSin REIMBURSEMENT FORMULA 

HOUSE VOTES FOR CHANGE IN BUSINESS INCOME TAX 

COMMITTEE BACKS CAMPAIGN FUND „.„,.„, 

I FGISLATORS WANT URBAN COUNTIES INCLUDED IN LAW 

MARTIN SAYS HE W#T1«KTAK OF NAMING ROBESON COUNTY JUDGE 

MAIL-ORDER TAX MEASURE STEAMS TOWARDPASSAGE 

BILL TO LIMIT N.C. TOXIC WASTE TREATMENT PANEL GAINS 

SENATE PANEL APPROVES BILL ON LEAKING STORAGE TANKS _ 

MARTIN STILL HOPING TO GET PROJECTS INCLUDED IN BUDGET 

HOUSE APPPOVESALTERING CORPORATE INCOME TAX FORMULA 

MILLER ENTERS «20 MILLION BILL FOR PARKLAND 

iSS «L«T^'hSs WASTE COMMISSION 

house favors mail-order sales tax 
S'a^p^TOeeW^ts to subcontractors 

WfW QOOjL rules rjactfd 

TREE OraiNANCE GETS THE AX AFTER DEVELOPERS COMPLAIN 

S^ ffi IKSRW JH IN GENERA ^ASSEMBLY 
UfCRESEARCHERS SAY PRESCHOOL PLAN AIDS DISADVANTAGED 

anamKJBjmm^f^,^ n to «■ « 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
i S 

s 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

H 



HOMOSEXUALS TO SEND DEMANDS TO GENERAL ASSEMBLY NEXT YEAR 

BILLS SEEK MONEY FOR AREA GROUPS 

CAMPAIGN SPENDING BILL TO BE AMENDED 
TEXAS BANKING BILL ADVANCES 
FUND SOUGHT ON TANK LEAKS 

^TE^MeI KkbM LEAKY UNDERGROUND TANKS 
mil MMJCLDSIMTAX UVHlE RAISING $16 MILLION FOR SCHOOLS 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY AIMS AT ADJOURNING SHORT SESSION NEXT WEEK 
SENATE APPROVES FUND TO CLEAN UP LEAKING TANKS 
N.C. BANKS CAN EXPAND INTO TEXAS 

^SStc. TAX EVASION A FOCMT ^ 
BILL ON CORPORATE TAXES STEAMS TOWARD SENATE FLOOR 
MIGRANT LABOR BILL BACK IN COMMITTEE 



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 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

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



6/08/1988 A 
6/08/1988 B 
6/08/1988 B 
6/09/1988 C 
6/09/1988 C 
6/09/1988 C 
6/09/1988 C 
6/10/1988 B 
6/10/1988 B 
6/10/1988 B 
6/10/1988 C 
6/10/1988 C 
6/10/1988 C 
6/11/1988 A 
6/11/1988 B 
6/11/1988 C 
6/11/1988 A 
6/11/1988 A 
6/13/1988 B 
6/14/1988 B 
6/14/1988 A 
6/14/1988 
6/14/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/15/1988 
6/16/1988 
6/16/1988 A 
6/16/1988 A 
6/16/1988 A 
6/16/1988 A 
6/16/1988 A 
6/17/1988 C 
6/17/1988 C 
6/17/1988 A 
6/17/1988 B 
6/17/1988 B 
6/17/1988 B 
6/18/1988 C 
6/18/1988 C 
6/18/1988 D 
6/18/1988 D 
6/18/1988 D 
6/18/1988 D 
6/18/1988 D 
6/18/1988 A 
6/20/1988 A 
6/20/1988 B 
6/20/1988 B 
6/21/1988 B 
6/21/1988 A 
6/22/1988 B 
6/22/1988 B 
6/22/1988 A 
6/22/1988 A 
6/22/1988 A 
6/22/1988 A 
6/22/1988 C 
6/23/1988 B 
6/23/1988 B 
6/23/1988 C 
6/23/1988 
6/23/1988 
6/23/1988 
6/23/1988 
6/23/1988 



1 

16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
11 F 
11 
11 

1 

6 F 

6 

4 

3 
16 
10 f 
10 f 

1 

5 

1 I 

5 

4 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

5 

5 I 

1 

1 I 

13 

14 

14 

4 

2 
1 
1 

11 

11 

11 
1 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
1 
9 
1 
5 
1 

12 
5 
1 

14 

14 

14 

14 
3 
1 
1 

20 

20 
4 
9 
9 

13 



N 046 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N R53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N R53 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

N R53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
' N M70 
' N 
• N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N R53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
» N L40 

N L40 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX 
12/31/1988 



REPUBLICAN ATTESTS TO REVIVE VETO ISSUE IN LEGISLATURE 
CAMPAIGN SPENDING BILL HITS SNAG 
SENATE VOTES TO LIMIT HAZARDOUS WASTE COMMISSION 
MIGRANT LABOR BILL COMPROMISE CLOSE 
SENATE APPROVES TAX BREAK FOR MULTI-STATE BUSINESSES 
STUDY REPLACES MONEY IN BILL ON SCHOOL NEEDS 
ALAMANCE, VANCE BILLS ARE APPROVED 
N.C. BUSINESS TAX BREAK CLEARS HURDLE 
STATE SENATE ENACTS TAX BREAK FOR MULTI-STATE COMPANIES 
BILL AIMED AT SCHOOL CLASS-SIZE RULES 
MIGRANT WORKERS BILL DIES IN SENATE 
BILL WOULD SAVE PERSON COUNTY TAX REVENUES 
STATE REVISES TAX CODES FOR GROWTH 
DON'T GIVE HOMOSEXUALS VIP TREATMENT 

STATE HOUSE, SENATE TO CONSIDER SEPARATE CAPITAL SPENDING BILLS 
CHAPEL HILL CAMPAIGN BILL APPROVED 
HOUSE OKS PERSON COUNTY TAX BILL 

BILL TO SAVE PERSON COUNTY $2 MILLION HITS OPPOSITION IN SENATE 
REPORTING ABOUT HOMOSEXUALS WAS BIASED 
HOUSE .SENATE SPENDING PLANS 'NOT EVEN CLOSE' 
AREA PROJECTS ARE CAUGHT IN CONFLICT 

HOUSE EXTENDS FOR THREE YEARS GRAND JURIES FOR DRUG PROBES 
MICHAUX SAYS RUNOFF BILL DOES NOT GO FAR ENOUGH 
CONTROLLER MOVED 

SENATE DISCUSSES CONSTITUTIONALITY OF MILLER'S MAIL-ORDER SALES- 
SUPERINTENDENT GETS MORE CONTROL OVER DEPARTMENT 
SOME SENATORS GRAB SHARE OF PORK BARREL 
SENATE APPROVES MAIL-ORDER SALES TAX 
UNC MONEY SHIFTED TO PLANT LINES 
HANDFUL OF NEW LAWS TAKE EFFECT JULY 1 IN N.C. 
SENATE OKS COMPROMISE PERSON BILL 

STATE BUDGET DISPUTE ASSURES RETURN OF ASSEMBLY AFTER JULY 4TH 
SQUABBLE ERUPTS IN HOUSE OVER 'PORK BARRa' BILL 
LEGISLATURE REVISES FORMULA ON TAX LOSS REIMBURSEMENT 
SENATE REACHES COMPROMISE ON RULES FOR MIGRANT LABOR 
CAMPAIGN FUNDS BILL ADVANCES 
STRICTER DWI LAWS URGED FOR COMMERCIAL DRIVERS 
SENATE SETS UP CONFRONTATION WITH HOUSE 
HOUSE, SENATE AT LOGGERHEADS ON BUDGET BILL 
HOUSE APPROVES TWO DWI MEASURES 
GUBERNATORIAL VETO FACING LONG ROAD IN SHORT TIME 
LAWMAKERS! SPECIAL PROVISIONS PROVIDE BUDGETARY GLUE 
'PORK BARREL' SPENDING STEW CONTINUES BOILING 
DRUNK-DRIVER BILL DESERVES PASSAGE 
TAX DISTRIBUTION FORMULA CHANGE AVOIDS CITY LOSSES 
TOUGHER ANTI-DRINKING RULES BOOST FOR SAFETY 
OPENNESS OPINIONS DIFFER 

LEGISLATURE RESUMES, TAKES AIM AT BUDGET, TAXES, ADJOURNMENT 
OPINIONS ON GLASNOST DIFFER IN LEGISLATURE 
STATE SENATE APPROVES VETO RESOLUTION 
ROYALL, WATKINS TRYING TO REACH SETTLEMENT ON BUDGET 
BILL WOULD EXEMPT WHEELCHAIRS FROM VEHICLE LAWS 
SENATE LOSING SOME OF ITS COMMITMENT TO BUSINESS 
TALKS NARROW DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HOUSE, SENATE BUDGETS 
SENATE OKS VETO RESOLUTION; HOUSE PROSPECTS ARE UNCERTAIN 
SENATE REBUFFS MARTIN'S HIGHWAY BOND PROGRAM 
GOVERNOR PRAISES JORDAN'S SUPPORT ON VETO RESOLUTION 
APPROVAL BY HOUSE ENACTS CAMPAIGN SPENDING FUND 
DWI BILL SPARKS HEATED DEBATE 
VANCE BIUS RELEASED, PASSED BY LEGISLATURE 
N.C. LEADERS BREAK STALEMATE ON BUDGET 
CONFERENCE PANEL ACCEPTS SPENDING COMPROMISE 
ANTI-DRUNKEN DRIVING BILLS HIT SETBACK 
MIGRANT WORKERS MEASURE ADVANCES 
COMPROMISE BILL INCLUDES MONEY FOR COLLIDER BID 
DURHAM DIPS INTO 'PORK BARREL* 
AREA PROJECTS TO SHARE IN APPROPRIATIONS 
'PORK BARRa' PROJECTS LISTED FOR ORANGE, CHATHAM COUNTIES 
CHAPEL HILL DISCLOSURE LAW GETS APPROVAL 
N.C. CHICKENS, COWS SHOULD BE SELF-SECURE 



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S 




I T 


N 


E 


E 




L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


19 


N 


H 


2 


6/23/1988 A 


19 


N 


H 


2 


6/24/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


6/24/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


6/24/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


1 


6/24/1988 C 


1 P N L40 


H 


1 


6/24/1988 C 


1 


N R53 


S 


2 


6/24/1988 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


6/25/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


6/25/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


6/25/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 


6/25/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


6/27/1988 C 


3 


J 


H 


2 


6/28/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


6/28/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


6/28/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


6/28/1988 B 


1 


N 


COHMITTE H 


1 


6/29/1988 B 


1 


N L 40 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 A 


7 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 A 


7 


N R53 


H 


2 


6/29/1988 A 


7 


N 


TAX BILL S 


2 


6/29/1988 C 


7 


N 


S 


2 


6/29/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


6/30/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/30/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/30/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


1 


6/30/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


6/30/1988 B 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


6/30/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


7/01/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/01/1988 B 


• 9 


N 


H 


2 


7/01/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/01/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/01/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/01/1988 B 


9 


N L40 


H 


2 


7/02/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


7/02/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


7/02/1988 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


7/03/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/03/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


Cff 


1 


7/03/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


7/04/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


7/04/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


7/04/1988 C 


5 


J 


H 


2 


7/05/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/05/1988 B 


1 


J 


H 


2 


7/06/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


7/06/1988 B 


14 


N 


H 


2 


7/06/1988 B 


14 


N 


S 


2 


7/06/1988 A 


5 


J on 


S 


2 


7/06/1988 C 


5 P N 


S 


2 


7/06/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/07/1988 C 


16 


N 


H 


2 


7/07/1988 C 


16 


N 


H 


2 


7/07/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


7/07/1988 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 


7/07/1988 B 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


7/07/1988 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


7/08/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/08/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/08/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/08/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


7/08/1988 C 


1 


N R53 


H 


1 


7/08/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


1 


7/08/1988 C 


2 


N 


CHH 


1 


7/08/1988 A 


1 


N M70 


S 


2 


7/08/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 



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THLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJE 



SESSION 



MILLER BACKS COLLIDER BILL ADDRESSING CONCERNS OF LANDOWNERS 
BILLON KGOATING MIGRANT CONMTHNS JMUJHT Jf DISPUTE 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ENACTS $177 MILLION BUDGET BILL 
CaSRCIflLDMVHSTO BE FACING STRICTER, WISTANDARD IN N.C. 
ACTION BY SENATE ENACTS SALES TAX ON MAIL ORDERS 

PMraURES FEUD DELAYsfc. LEGISLATURE'S ADJOURNMENT 

%gflffi8g%%k BUVItall PROLONG SHORT 
IT'S 'BILLY BALL' TIME IN LEGISLATURE 
HOUSE, SENATE SPLIT ON VETO DIFFERENCES 
SCHOOLS EXPECT BETTER DRIVERS WITH HOJE P?Y 
LAMWLLBRING OVERSIGHT TO N.C. EFFORT FOR COLLIDER 
7M0PHP 7 BUDGET BILL AMONG LAST-MINUTE ASSEMBLY DETAILS 
COMPROMISE BILL WINS HOUSE OK 

LMM* Sing worth a try 

W8^ m ^ffil$™ TO HOUSE ON BILL 
REPUBLICANS SAY BUDGET REFORMS FAILED 

T q R LlcEN^ l 1SlfpROraTW T Pul.IC OR CONSTITUTIONAL INFRINGEMENT? _ 
FA^O^^ARMWOW^S, BliLY WATKIN3 SANITATION SUPPLIES (CARTOON) 
MARTIN CALLS TIMING OF DWI BILL ABSURD 
WIRETAP BILL MAY RESURFACE NEXT YEAR 

DWI BILLS DEBATED 

COMMITTEES REVIEWED BUDGET 

SHORT SESSION^IN SHOWS REFORM NEEDED 

RHETORIC, MANEUVERING OBSCURE BILLS 

SUCCESSFUL GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

PROGRAMS AIMED AT CHILDREN, ELDERLY ^^ 

N.C. COLLIDER OVERSIGHT MAY HELP RESIDENTS 

SIMILARITIES BETWEEN LEGISLATURE, CATCH 22 ARE MANY 

OVERSIGHT BILL REASONABLE 

SMALL BUSINESSES WIN ONE, LOSE ONE 

mSmRiM nW«lBa«™ DELEGATION 
MARTIN SAYS ASSEMBLY NIXED ANTI-CRIME BILLS 
LEGISLATURE RESTRICTS USE OF COURTS BY RENT-TO-OWN FIRMS 
NEW BILL FUNDS MORE PUBLIC ART 

COMMISSIONERS PUSH LEGISLATIVE WISH LIST WTmc 

STATE LEGISLATURES CREATE PROGRAMS TO AID SMALL BUSINESS 
LAW EYED TO PROTECT DRINKING WATER IN N.C. 
STATE SENATE DEMOCRATS BEGIN MAPPING STRATEGY 
GEN£RAL^SEMBLYWILL BE ASKED TO PUSH RECYCLING 
GOVERNOR OUTLINES LEGISLATIVE GOALS 
LEGISLATURE SHOULD TAKE LEAD IN RECYCLING 
NTc! WURCH COUNCIL SETS LEGISLATIVE AIMS 
PRISON OVERCROWDING SHOULD BE TOP PRIORITY 
ABORnONFUNJHNG FACESOPPOSITION IN -89 LEGISLATURE 
COHERENCE ON LEGISLATIVE GOALS OPENING 
LEGISLATIVE IDEAS BACKED BY PANEL 

SWPliSBfUP S I$uKsCRIMINATION CONCERNS 
GOVERNOR FORESEES BIENNIUM FREE OF PARTISAN BICKERING 

governor's open door slams shut 
n.c. general assembly, legislative building 

^^^o^ E or*S.tors raised 

clearing the record 

panel wants canopy built 

FOUNTAIN IN WAY OF LEGISLATORS' CANOPY 
DEMOCRATS' BUDGET PLAN TO DRAW FIRE FROM GOP 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMMISSION 
SEENTcTgE^L ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMISSION 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMISSION 



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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D —DATE— C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 7/09/1988 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 7/09/1988 C 


4 N 


H 


2 7/09/1988 D 


4 N 


H 


2 7/09/1988 D 


4 P N 


H 


2 7/09/1988 D 


4 N L40 


H 


2 7/09/1988 D 


4 N 


S 


2 7/09/1988 C 


1 N 


S 


2 7/09/1988 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 7/10/1988 C 


1 N 


H 


2 7/10/1988 C 


4 N 


H 


2 7/11/1988 B 


7 P N 


H 


2 7/11/1988 B 


7 N 


H 


2 7/12/1988 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 7/12/1988 B 


16 N 


H 


2 7/12/1988 B 


16 N 


H 


1 7/12/1988 B 


1 P P 


S 


2 7/12/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 7/13/1988 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 7/13/1988 A 


9 N 


H 


2 7/13/1988 A 


9 N 


S 


2 7/13/1988 A 


1 N 


S 


2 7/13/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 7/14/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 7/14/1988 A 


17 N 


H 


2 7/14/1988 A 


17 N 


S 


2 7/14/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 7/15/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/17/1988 D 


4 E 


S 


2 7/18/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 7/18/1988 A 


6 J 


H 


2 7/19/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/19/1988 B 


10 N 


S 


2 7/19/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 7/20/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 7/22/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 7/28/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 7/29/1988 A 


4 L 


S 


2 7/29/1988 A 


4 L 


H 


2 8/02/1988 B 


5 N 


S 


2 8/04/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


S 


2 8/11/1988 D 


9 N 


CHH 1 9/08/1988 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 10/21/1988 A 


10 N 


H 


2 11/12/1988 B 


5 N 


H 


2 11/12/1988 D 


5 N 


H 


2 11/17/1988 D 


5 N 


H 


2 11/18/1988 A 


14 N 


S 


2 11/21/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/24/1988 A 


7 N 


S 


2 12/01/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/08/1988 A 


16 N 


H 


1 12/08/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 12/10/1988 C 


1 N L40 


S 


2 12/10/1988 C 


1 P N H65 


S 


2 12/12/1988 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 12/18/1988 C 


1 N L40 


H 


2 12/18/1988 D 


2 U L40 


S 


2 3/04/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 3/17/1988 B 


2 N L40 


H 


2 3/18/1988 A 


2 N 


S 


2 5/27/1988 C 


7 N 


H 


2 5/28/1988 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 6/11/1988 C 


16 N 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 - 



INDEX 
12/31/1988 



BY SUBJ 



SEE ALSO ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT STUDY COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO LEGISLATIVE ETHICS COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, COMMITTEES AND SUBCOMMITTEES 
BREAKS URGED FOR STATE'S LOWER-INCOME TAXPAYERS 
PANEL STUDYING WAYS TO COLLECT VEHICLE TAXES 

COUNTY, REALTORS SPLIT ON LAND PRICE DISCLOSURES 

THRESHOLD FOR DRUNKEN DRIVING MIGHT BE LEGISLATED TO .08 

VEHICLE TAX DODGERS COST COUNTY REVENUE 

PENALTY DEBATED FOR LANDLORD ABUSES 

PANEL CONSIDERS MANDATORY GUN SAFETY CLASSES 

PANEL REJECTS AGING PLAN 

LINER'S TAX HISTORY COULD BENEFIT LAWMAKERS 

STA TE BE GINS REWRITING BUSINESS CORPORATION ACT 

PROTECTION URGED FOR DIRECTORS OF CORPORATIONS 

LENDERS, FARM ADVOCATES DEBATE MEDIATION PLAN 

LEGISLATIVE PANEL TOLD ABOUT SUICIDE PROBLEM 

SOCIETY NEEDS TO UNDERSTAND CHILDREN TO IMPROVE SCHOOLS 

MARTIN PROPOSES COMBINING SOME AGENCIES FOR DEFT. OF HEALTH & ENVIRONMNT H 

PANEL GETS OK TO INCREASE LEGISLATORS' MAIL, POSTAGE 

LEGISLATIVE PANEL IS STUDYING USES OF OCCUPANCY TAX 

LEGISLATURE URGED TO REGULATE DRUG TESTING 

PREGNANCY A SYMPTOM, NOT A PROBLEM, SAYS SPEAKER 

PANEL TOLD LACK OF FUNDS, FEAR HAMPERING AIDS EDUCATION 

DEBATE OVER OPENING OF ADOPTION RECORDS CONTINUES 

TARBORO SCHOOL KEEPS DISCIPLINE WITH SrSTEH-UIDE RULES 

SCHOOLS FOR DIFFICULT CHILDREN BEGIN TO TAKE HOLD IN N.C. 

HOTELS LOBBY FOR ROOM TAX, HESITATE ON MEALS TAX 

SPEAKERS PRAISE, CRITICIZE INTERSTATE BANKING 

STATE CHANGES SPUR CUTS IN COUNTY EMERGENCY AID 

FARM NEGOTIATION CHANCES IMPROVE 

CONSOLIDATION OF STATE PROGRAMS SUPPORTED 

SPEAKERS AT GREENSBORO HEARING CALL FOR MORE SERVICES FOR ELDERLY 

GASOLIN E TAX INCREASE SHOULD BE LAST RESORT 

SUBCOMMITTEE BACKS PAY HIKE 

LEGISLATORS TACKLE AGE DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING 

PA»€L TO SEEK $5.4 MILLION FOR CARE OF ELDERLY 

DRUG TESTING PANEL HITS THORNY ISSUES 

PANEL REJECTS PLAN FOR NEW SENIOR CENTERS 

MARTIN UPBRAIDED BY SEN. ROYALL ON SUPERCOMPUTER 

DRUG USE IN U.S. SPURS DEBATE OVER TESTING AT WORK 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS PRUDISH ABOUT SEX 

PANEL BACKS BOOST FOR N.C. FILM OFFICE 

PROPOSED INCENTIVES TO BE SUBMITTED ON LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITE 

STATE OFFICIAL SEEKS $15 MILLION FOR CLEANUP OF LEAKING TANKS 

PANEL PUSHES 111X PAY HIKE FOR LEGISLATORS 

PANEL WON'T SUPPORT HIGHWAY BOND ISSUE 

PERILOUS SURROGATE PARENTHOOD 

LEGISLATIVE ATTORNEYS WORK FOR 170 BOSSES 

DEMOCRATS FIRE CONSULTANT FINGER WHO PRAISED REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR' 

CONSENSUS EXPECTED ON DRUG TESTING 

N.C. TRANSPORTATION NEEDS ESTIMATED AT $11.7 BILLION 

LEGISLATORS STUDY LAKE'S PROJECTED POPULATION BOOM 

LAWMAKER RAPS CONDITIONS FOR MENTALLY ILL PRISONERS 

NAMING PARENT IN ADOPTION CASES OFTEN DIFFICULT 

RULES PROTECTING WATER SUPPLIES N.C. PANEL GOAL 

N.C. COMMISSION DISCUSSES ADOPTION REGISTRY 

STATEWIDE PLAN KEY TO PROTECTING WATER 

QUESTIONS RAISED ON DRUG TESTING 

NEW N.C. LAWS URGED TO PROTECT AIDS VICTIMS 

PANEL TO OPPOSE CHARGING FEES AT STATE'S AQUARIUMS 

N.C. MAY REVIEW AUTO INSURANCE POLICIES FOR RENTAL CARS 

COMMITTEE RENEWS THE CALL FOR 'GROWTH FROM WITHIN' 

N.C. MOVES TO SHORE UP LAWS ON DWI 

LEGISLATIVE PANEL MOVES TO WATER DOWN NEW DRIVER'S LICENSE LAW 

SEX ED PROGRAM PROPOSED FOR N.C. SCHOOLS 

LEGISLATIVE GROUP SEEKS STREAMLINING OF STATE PORTS 

120.5 MILLION PROPOSED TO IMPROVE SERVICES FOR N.C. POOR 

LEGISLATIVE IDEAS BACKED BY PANEL 

PANEL PUSHES 16 MEASURES TO CRACK DOWN ON DWI CASES 

PANEL URGES SEX EDUCATION 



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S 




I T 


N 


E 


E 




L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


1/14/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


1/15/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


1/15/1988 C 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


1/16/1988 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/18/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/18/1988 A 


6 


J Oil 


H 


2 


1/23/1988 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 


1/23/1988 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/26/1988 A 


9 


J Oil 


S 


2 


1/30/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


1/31/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/09/1988 B 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


2/09/1988 A 


10 


J Oil 


S 


2 


2/10/1988 A 


5 


J on 


H 


2 


2/18/1988 C 


6 


N L40 


H 


2 


2/18/1988 C 


6 


N R53 


H 


2 


2/19/1988 B 


12 


N 


H 


2 


2/24/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


2/24/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


2/26/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/28/1988 B 


11 


N 


S 


2 


3/09/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


S 


2 


3/10/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


S 


2 


3/15/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


S 


2 


3/17/1988 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 


3/17/1988 C 


1 


N M06 


H 


1 


3/24/1988 B 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


3/25/1988 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


4/07/1988 C 


8 


N 


S 


2 


4/13/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


4/15/1988 B 


6 


N 


s 


2 


4/19/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


1 


4/21/1988 B 




N 


H 


2 


4/21/1988 B 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


4/21/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


4/23/1988 C 


1 


N 046 


S 


2 


5/03/1988 A 


12 


J Oil 


S 


2 


5/05/1988 A 


5 


J on 


s 


2 


5/07/1988 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


5/10/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


1 


5/11/1988 B 


7 


N 


s 


2 


Vll/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/13/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/12/1988 D 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/27/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/14/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


8/19/1988 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


8/20/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


8/27/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


8/31/1988 A 


6 


N 


s 


2 


9/23/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


9/24/1988 C 


1 P N L40 


s 


2 


9/26/1988 A 


5 


J on 


S 


2 


9/27/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/29/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/14/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


10/20/1988 C 


2 


N 


s 


2 10/20/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


S 


2 11/15/1988 B 


10 


N 


s 


2 11/19/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


11/22/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 11/23/1988 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


11/23/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/02/1988 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 12/10/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 12/10/1988 C 


2 


N 


s 


2 


l2/15/1988 A 


12 


N 



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> 



♦ 



'LOOK TO THE FUTURE,' PANEL URGES 
PANEL OKS PLAN TO RESTRICT DRUGTESTING 
MM. MARTIN, HIGHWAY PANEL TO MEET TODAY 
PANEL WANTS STATE REGISTEROF HISTORIC PLACES 
DRUG TESTING MEASURE STRIKES PROPER BALANCE 
PANEL ADVISES NEW GUIDELINES FOR PESTICIDES 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, LEGATORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, ABSENTEEISM 

SEE ALSO N C GBCRAL ASSEMBLY BLACK LEGISLATORS^^ 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO NX! GB^AL ASSEMBLY; REPUBLICAN LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY,N.C., LEGISLATORS 

SPEED SEEKS SEVENTH TERM _ «__ „„* 

DEPARTMENT WILL GIVE LEGISLATORS COMPUTER DATA 

KdATES JUMP ON BANDWAGON FOROPEN GOVERNMENT 

FORrtER N.C. HOUSE NENBERlULLETj I IN WRECK 

ROYALL AGAIN TOPS NOST-EFFEaiVE LIST 

&g&^X T VtiSftl£gt^ OF SUMMER LOCUSTS 
LEGISLATIVE GUIDE RALEIGH STEELS FOR SWARM OF SUMMER LOCUSTS 
POOR COUNTIES SEND POWERFUL LEGISLATORS 

R^ I THOMJ^ON^TRUANCY FROM HOUSE INEXCUSABLE 

fflCwttUNFAIR TO HOUSE MEMBER 
ABSENCE FROM ANOTHER ANGLE 

[Sffi Soffi^BUT BACK AT SESSION 

WMX^tfJKMJnE QUESTIONS p „ 
nTC. LEGISLATORS MOVE TO PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM PUBLIC SCRUTINY 
LOMYKTS fWTEDl STUDY ALSO NOTES EFTCCTNENEM SUING 
LEGISLATIVE TENSION CAN LEAD TO LUDICROUS SITUATIONS 

LEGISLATOR FACES DUI CHARGE u „„ ITV ., 

STATE LEGISLATOR CHARGED WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING 
GARDNER RAPS GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
LOBBYISTS STILL PAYING THE CjCCK 
ANTI-GAY-FUNDING PROPOSAL BACKED 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO LOOK DIFFERENT ^^^ 

PARTY LEADERS DIFFER OVER GARDNER'S ROLE IN ASSEMBLY 
CITIES' POWER IN LEGISLATURE DWINDLING 
'89 ASSEMBLY MAY BE UGLY _ _ 
REPLACEMENT TO BE NAMED FOR LEGISLATOR 
WINDLEYDELAYS RESIGNATION FROM N.C. HOUSE 
WHATGIFTSARE APPROPRIATE FWPXmCMNS? 
MUSICIAN HOPES TO HIT RIGHT NOTES IN LEGISLATURE 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS, EXPENSE ACCOUNTS 

^■E^llFffi&E LEGISLATE MAIL, POSTAGE 
MAIL, PHONE ALLOWANCE FOR LEGISLATORS RAISED 

N.r. GBERAL ASSEMBLY. LEGISLATORS, RETIREMENT 

RETIRB€NTBILL FWLE6KLAT0RS RAISES SOME QUESTIONS 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS, SALARIES 

^isSirjN^iEs'HGIWISEFORLEGiaATORS 
LEGISLATORS PONDER MORE PAY OR LESS WORK _„,..„. 
PANELGETS OK TO INCREASE LEGISLATORS' MAIL, POSTAGE 
PANEL PUSHES 111X PAY HIKE FOR LEGISLATORS nAu 
GARDNERLASHES PROPOSAL TO RAISE LEGISLATORS' PAY 
LAWMAKERS DON'T DESERVE BIG PAY HIKE 

AKEM^Y^YWISEKADY-MADE MAIN STREET STORY FOR GARDNER 



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12/19/1988 A 
12/20/1988 A 
12/20/1988 A 
12/20/1988 A 
12/21/1988 A 
12/30/1988 A 



5 
1 

11 
S 
4 
6 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



1/05/1988 C 
2/14/1988 B 
4/05/1988 B 
4/07/1988 B 
4/12/1988 B 
4/12/1988 C 
4/22/1988 A 
4/22/1988 A 
5/29/1988 D 
5/29/1988 
6/02/1988 
6/17/1988 
6/17/1988 
6/17/1988 
6/20/1988 
6/22/1988 
6/23/1988 
6/24/1988 
6/26/1988 . 
6/27/1988 B 
7/07/1988 A 
7/15/1988 A 
7/19/1988 B 
7/22/1988 A 
8/24/1988 C 
8/25/1988 D 
9/15/1988 C 
9/22/1988 A 
10/11/1988 
11/22/1988 
11/24/1988 
11/25/1988 
12/09/1988 
12/13/1988 
12/18/1988 
12/23/1988 
12/25/1988 



J Oil 
N L40 
N 

J Oil 
E 
N 



3 

7 

5 

2 

1 ! 

1 

1 

5 

1 

1 

5 

1 

4 

3 

4 

4 

5 

1 

4 

1 

5 

5 

5 

5 

7 

4 

1 

6 

1 

5 

1 

5 

5 

3 

6 

5 

6 



N R53 

N 

J 

N 

N L40 

N M06 

N 046 

J Oil 

F L40 

F R56 

J Oil 

P 

E 

P 

L 

L 

P 

N 

L 

N 

J 

J 

N 

J 

N 

N 

N M06 

J Oil 

N M06 

J Oil 

N L40 



Oil 
Oil 

Oil 



Oil 
Oil 



Oil 



H 2 2/18/1988 C 6 N R53 
H 2 3/17/1988 B 2 N L40 

S 2 7/07/1988 A 5 J Oil 



S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 



1/13/1988 
1/14/1988 
2/18/1988 
5/11/1988 
5/12/1988 
5/14/1988 
5/15/1988 



5/19/1988 A 



5 
5 
6 
5 
13 
4 
4 
5 



J Oil 
J Oil 
N R53 
N 
N 
E 
E 
J Oil 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 - 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



DON'T INSULT STATE WORKERS 

PAY RAISE BILL GETS COOL RECEPTION 

TEACHERS DESERVE MORE PAY 

LEGISLATOR HAS MISSED 5 HOUSE SESSIONS 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS, VOTING RECORDS 

LEGISLATURE HAS COMPUTER CAPABILITY TO PUBLISH VOTES 
FINDING LEGISLATOR'S VOTING RECORD CAN BE BAFFLING 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LOVE FEAST 

SENATE PANEL APPROVES BILL ON LEAKING STORAGE TANKS 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, OPENING 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, ADJOURNMENT 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SESSIONS 
LEGISLATURE TO CONVENE 
N.C. LEGISLATURE'S '88 SESSION OPENS 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, "PORK BARREL" PROJECTS 
MILLER ENTERS $20 MILLION BILL FOR PARKLAND 
MONEY SOUGHT FOR ORANGE, CHATHAM 
BILL WOULD AID THREE ORGANIZATIONS 
BILLS SEEK MONEY FOR AREA GROUPS 
SOME SENATORS GRAB SHARE OF PORK BARREL 
SOUABBLE ERUPTS IN HOUSE OVER 'PORK BARREL' BILL 
•FORK BARREL' SPENDING STEU CONTINUES BOILING 
N.C. LEADERS BREAK STALEMATE ON BUDGET 
DURHAM DIPS INTO 'PORK BARREL' 
AREA PROJECTS TO SHARE IN APPROPRIATIONS 
'PORK BARREL' PROJECTS LISTED FOR ORANGE, CHATHAM COUNTIES 
'MOP-UP' BUDGET BILL AMONG LAST-MINUTE ASSEMBLY DETAILS 
CURTAIN FALLS ON '88 ASSEMBLY 
SHORT SESSION AGAIN SHOWS REFORM NEEDED 
MARTIN AIDE QUESTIONS PATRONAGE SYSTEM 
GARDNER RIPS SECRET MEETINGS, PORK BARREL 
PORK BARREL MONEY HELPS WORTHY CAUSES 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, PRESIDENT PRO-TEM (SENATE) 
N.C. SENATE TAKES CONTROL FROM GARDNER 
»DE FACTO LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR' COMES ON GENTLE AS A KITTEN 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. REAPPORTIONMENT 

SEE ALSO CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS (N.C. AND U.S.) 
RETURN TO AT LARGE HOUSE SEATS SUITS DEMOCRATS, NOT REPUBLICANS 
HUNT, MICHAUX TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 
HOUSE RESULTS PROVE GERRYMANDERING WRONG 
REDISRICTING MAJOR STATE HEADACHE 
CANDIDATE HAS HAD TOUGH POLITICAL START 
CITIES' POWER IN LEGISLATURE DWINDLING 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, REPUBLICAN LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO REPUBLICAN PARTY, N.C. 

DEMOCRATS SEE NO GOP MANDATE TO OVERHAUL LEGISLATIVE PROCESS 

REPUBLICANS GAIN IN N.C. LEGISLATURE 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO LOOK DIFFERENT 

SOME GOP VETERANS IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY NOW ADVOCATING DETENTE WITH... 

STAKES HIGH IN GOP VOTE 

RHYNE, COBB ELECTED GOP LEADERS 

SEX CHARGES RENEW REPUBLICAN FEUD 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, RESOLUTIONS 

BILL AIMED AT SCHOOL CLASS-SIZE RULES 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, RULES 

RENEWED APA ATTACK BY REP. WATKINS HELPS PROLONG SHORT SESSION 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SALARIES 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS, SALARIES 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SENATE 



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H 2 5/30/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 6/03/1988 B 4 N 

H 2 6/06/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 6/15/1988 B 1 P N L40 



H 2 6/10/1988 BUN 
S 2 6/27/1988 A 5 J Oil 



H 2 6/17/1988 BUN 



H 


2 6/02/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 6/03/1988 A 


1 


P N L40 


H 


2 6/18/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 6/18/1988 C 


3 


N R53 


H 


2 6/22/1988 B 


9 


N R53 


H 


1 6/22/1988 B 


1 


N R53 


H 


2 6/30/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 7/01/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 7/03/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 7/07/1988 A 


1 


P N 


H 


2 7/08/1988 C 


1 


N R53 


H 


1 7/08/1988 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


1 7/08/1988 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 7/12/1988 B 


16 


N 


H 


2 7/13/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 7/18/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 8/22/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 9/15/1988 C 


8 


N W29 


H 


2 10/21/1988 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 11/26/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/29/1988 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 1/06/1988 B 


1 


P N 046 


S 


2 1/06/1988 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 5/04/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 8/16/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


S 


2 11/18/1988 B 


15 


J Oil 


s 


2 11/25/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 11/11/1988 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 11/16/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


S 


2 11/22/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 11/29/1988 B 


4 


J 


S 


2 12/09/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/11/1988 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 12/21/1988 A 


5 


J Oil 



H 2 6/25/1988 A 11 N 
H 2 7/10/1988 C 1 N 



I 



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SUBJECTS 



PAGE1433 
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E L Y 
-DATE — C -TO L P BYL 



SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASS EMBLY, HOUSE 
ROYALL AGAIN TOPS MOST-EFFECTIVE LIST 
HOUSE, SENATE SPENDING PLANS 'NOT EVEN CLOSE' 
N.C. SENATE TAKES CONTROL FROM GARDNER 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY.SENATE MAJORITY LEADER 
NEW MAJORITY LEADER GAINS IMPORTANT ROLE 
SENATE'S TOP DEMOCRAT SEEN AS COURTLY, RESOLUTE 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SESSIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, OPENING 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSE^Y, SOCIAL SESSION 

ELECTION MAY TEMPER ASSEMBLY SESSION 

BUDGET-ONLY FOCUS CAN KEEP SESSIONS SHORT 

LONG SESSION HELPS MARTIN 

jg^&fWBtftt LMBwe short session „ 

H^SPEAKERSAYS SHORT SESSIONS ARE WASTE OF TIME, MONEY 
LEGISLATORS SHOULD CUT OUT SHORT SESSIONS 
SHORT SESSION AGAIN SHOWS REFORM NEEDED 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, HOUSE 
RAMSEY TO SEEK FIFTH TERM AS SPEAKER OF STATE HOUSE 
RAMSEY WINS SPEAKER NOMINATION 
RAMSEY SHORING UP SUPPORT FOR 5TH TERM 

f^SS&^S^&'SSPlO ALLOW MINORITY CANDIDATE... 

■nuraumf jun hlwio n» prisoner.. 

martin: no prison crowding j^ion mBim , A1J 

MARTIN WON'T CALL SPECIAL SESSION ON PRISON LAW 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY LEGISLATIVE SERVICES COMMISSION 
TURNOVER HIGH AMONG LEGISLATIVE ATTORNEYS 

N.C. GIRLS' STATE 
SEE GIRLS' STATE 

N.C. GOALS AND POLICY BOARD „_ 
SEE N.C. STATE GOALS AND POLICY BOARD 

N.C. GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO HIGHWAYS, N.C. 

^1*M& « 39b IN NORTH CAROLINA' 



H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 



2 4/12/1988 B 1 P N L40 
2 6/29/1988 A 7 N 
2 11/26/1988 A 1 N 



2 11/21/1988 C 4 N 
2 12/28/1988 A 6 N 



(AD) 



N,C ' TaEPHO^NUMBER CHANGE FOR N.C. STATE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES 
STATE OFFICES STICKY ISSUE FOR VOTERS 

N.C. GOVERNMENT, REORGANIZATION 

1 U t£ SF: £ SiffifFSSKs MB COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 
<¥C ALSO VETO POWER 
CONSOLIDATION OF STATE PROGRAMS SUPPORTED 

■K UHKnBmahnnmm. moves 

ENVIRTOMENTAL AGENCIES CONSOLIDATION PLAN ,NEAR 
MARTIN BACKS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT 
PANEL BACKS CONSOLIDATING ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS 

N.C. GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS COMMISSION 



5/24/1988 B 
6/01/1988 A 
6/01/1988 A 
6/09/1988 C 
6/09/1988 A 
6/10/1988 B 
6/10/1988 A 
7/18/1988 A 



1 

4 

5 

16 

14 

11 

4 

4 



Oil 



2 1/08/1988 B 4 P N 
2 12/03/1988 B 3 P N 
2 12/20/1988 C 5 P N 



1/15/1988 B 

4/01/1988 B 

4/02/1988 B 

4/05/1988 A 

4/07/1988 C 

11/23/1988 C 

11/30/1988 A 

12/01/1988 D 



S 2 1/29/1988 A 5 J Oil 



CHH 1 9/21/1988 A 1 P P L38 



2 8/02/1988 A 7 
2 8/02/1988 A 5 



A 
J Oil 



H 


2 3/25/1988 B 


5 N 


S 


2 3/26/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 4/30/1988 C 


2 N 


H 


2 6/08/1988 B 


16 N 


H 


1 7/16/1988 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 7/23/1988 D 


4 P N 


S 


2 10/04/1988 A 


9 N 


H 


2 11/22/1988 B 


2 N 



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1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



STATE MEETINGS RESEMBLE ATHLETIC EVENT 

N.C. GRANGE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO FARMERS N.C. 
GRANGE LEADER CALlYfOR STATE REVIEW OF FARM CONTRACTS 

N.C. HAIRDRESSERS AND COSMETOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO COSMETICS 
COMPANY SIGNS FIRST CONVENTION FOR CIVIC CENTER 
COSMETOLOGISTS TO AID DUKE'S BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT UNIT 

N.C. HAZARDOUS HASTE TREATMENT COMMISSION 
SEE N.C. WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD 

N.C. HEAD INJURY FOUNDATION 
SEE ALSO BRAIN DAMAGE 
BENEFIT CONCERT 

N.C, HEALTH PLANNING AND CERTIFICATE OF NEED LAW 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO N.C, LAWS 
HOSPITAL VYING FOR OK TO BUILD NURSING HOME 
STATE MAY REPEAL NURSING HOME CERTIFICATE PROCESS 

N.C. HEALTH SERVICES COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 
SEE ALSO N.C. HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION 
STATE PANEL EXPANDS RULES ON DUMPING 

N.C. HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 
SEE ALSO N.C. HEALTH SERVICES COMMISSION 

PANEL BACKS 'SUPER AGENCY* 

PROPOSED MIGRANT HOUSING RULES DENOUNCED 

ACTIVISTS CHARGE AIDS EDUCATION MONEY BEING HELD UP 

ORANGE GRANT REQUEST DESERVES FUNDING 

TETANUS INCREASE WORRIES OFFICIALS 

N.C. HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, GOLF (BOYS AND GIRLS) (SEE ALSO EACH SCHOOL'S 
NCHSSA INSTITUTES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 
FANFARE/PREP HONORS 
N.C. TO REQUEST SHRINE BOWL CHANGE 
SPRING SPORTS PRACTICE STARTS DESPITE COLD 
PLAYOFFS MAY EXPAND 

5-A FOOTBALL PROPOSED, FAVORED FOR '88 SEASON 
FANFARE/PASS TO PLAY 

STATE BOARD INCREASES HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES' COURSE REQUIREMENTS 
ACCEPTING MEDIOCRITY ULTIMATE LOSING SEASON 
TOURNEY BERTHS FOR AREA TEAMS SET, BUT COMPLEX 
DURHAM, HILLSIDE WILL LIKELY REMAIN IN 4-A 
FANFARE/NEW HIGH SCHOOL SITE 
LADY SPARTANS MARCH DOWN FAMILIAR PATH 
4-A FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP MOVED TO GROVES STADIUM... 
HILLSIDE'S BLUNT EARNS STATE HONOR 
AWARDS ABOUND AT NCHSAA SPRING MEETING 

FOR WEBB'S NEW FOOTBALL COACH, OPPORTUNITY AND COMMITMENT MIX 
TRIANGLE 3-A GAINS 3 TEAMS, LOSES 2 
COMMITTEE REFUSES TO DROP WEBB TO 3-A 
FANFARE/NCHSAA WINNERS 
JORDAN GIRLS, NORTHERN BOYS TAKE TROPHY 
WEBB DISPUTES 4-A CLASSIFICATION 
OXFORD WEBB EXPECTED TO DROP TO 3-A 
WEBB'S APPEAL DENIED, PAC-6 REMAINS INTACT 
EARLY GAMES OFFERING PLENTY OF COMPETITION 
NCHSAA DENIES OXFORD'S APPEAL 

COACHES STRESS COMMON SENSE DURING HOT-WEATHER PRACTICES 
PRACTICE PRECAUTIONS FATALLY FLAWED 
FANFARE/NCHSAA'S BEST DEAD 
WINNERS 



S 2 



—DATE' 
9/30/1988 I 



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E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



4 J Oil 



H 2 10/22/1988 C 3 N 



4/16/1988 C 
9/28/1988 A 



1 
12 



N S51 
N 



S 2 11/03/1988 D 8 N 



2 2/11/1988 B 
2 12/21/1988 B 



N C60 
N 



S 2 9/29/1988 C 8 N 



s 


2 


2/11/1988 A 


15 


N 


S 


2 


6/03/1988 A 


7 


N 


s 


2 


6/20/1988 C 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


6/24/1988 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


12/13/1988 A 


1 


N S17 


HEADINGS) 










S 


2 


1/29/1988 B 


2 


U G44 


H 


2 


1/30/1988 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/31/1988 C 


13 P N D85 


H 


2 


2/14/1988 C 


13 


N D85 


S 


2 


2/18/1988 B 


3 


U G44 


H 


2 


2/21/1988 C 


12 P N m 


H 


2 


3/02/1988 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


3/04/1988 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 


3/05/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


3/06/1988 C 


11 


N D85 


H 


2 


3/13/1988 C 


15 P N D85 


H 


2 


4/22/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/01/1988 C 


12 P N D85 


H 


2 


5/05/1988 D 


1 P N D85 


H 


2 


5/06/1988 B 


1 P N D85 


S 


2 


5/06/1988 D 


2 


U G44 


H 


2 


5/08/1988 C 


8 


N D85 


H 


2 


5/20/1988 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 


5/20/1988 D 


3 


N G44 


H 


2 


6/08/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/26/19B8 C 


14 


N 


S 


2 


7/02/1988 B 


4 


N G44 


H 


2 


8/11/1988 D 


4 


N U08 


H 


2 


8/12/1988 B 


1 


N U08 


S 


2 


8/12/1988 D 


3 


U G44 


S 


2 


8/12/1988 D 


3 


N P52 


CHH 1 


8/17/1988 A 


1 P N B21 


CHH 


1 


8/19/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/30/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


10/02/1988 C 


11 P P M66 



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HONTHLY/A^U^L 



INDEX BY SUBJECTS 
12/31/1988 



N 
P 

H 
H 



E 
D 



S 
E 

-DATE — C 



PA6E1435 
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I T 

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-PGL P BYL 



FANFARE/PREP PLAYOFF REVISIONS 
PREPS HOPING FOR 'SNEAKER' MONEY 

N.C. HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, T BASKETBALL (BOYS) 
DURHAM, HILLSIDE WILL LIKELY REMAIN IN 4-A 
WAKE'S GROVES STADIUM GETS 4-A TITLE GAME 

N.C. HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETO ASSOCMTION, FOOTBALL 

N.C. TO REQUEST SHRINE BOWL CHANGE " 

WAKE'S GROVES STADIUM GETS 4-A TITLE GAME s 

N.C. HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, GOLF 

SEE ALSO FKEP TEAMS, GOLF <BOYS AND GIRLS) (SEE ALSO EACH SCHOOL'S HEADINGS) 
XR^.^D raNTfcvTCY, MAKES JTATEGOLF TOURNEY H 

MILLBROOK CLAIMS 2ND 4-A STATE GOLF CROWN " 



2 12/09/1988 B 
2 12/26/1988 B 



H 
S 



3/13/1988 C 
5/05/1988 B 



1/31/1988 C 
5/05/1988 B 



15 P N D85 
2 U 644 



13 P N D85 
2 U G44 



5/17/1988 B 
5/25/1988 B 



1 P N M98 

2 P N M98 



■"WflflB iSSSW) (SEE ALSO EACH SCHOOL'S HEADINGS) 

WAKE'S GROVES STADIUM GETS 4-A TITLE GAME « 2 5/05/1988 B 2 U G44 

N.C. HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, TENNIS 

SEE ALSO TENNIS u 

TIGER TANDEM ADVANCES TO SEMIS " 

TIGERS' LUCAS, PETERSEN GAIN STATE TITLE H 



5/26/1988 D 
5/27/1988 B 



1 P N D85 
1 P N D85 



"*JWB fflSSPMffggBWSaiCgEI ALSO HEADINGS FOR EACH SCHOOL) 



2/07/1988 C 
2/08/1988 D 



1/29/1988 B 
1/29/1988 B 



HILLSIDE WINS TRACK TITLE AGAIN, BUT IT WASN'T EASY 
HORNETS REPEAT AS INDOOR CHAMPS 

N.C. HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 
<XT Al "tD AWARDS 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 

N.CT WGHSCHOOL ASSOCIATION AWOWCES NEU SCHOLAR-SHIPS 

NCHSSA INSTITUTES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 

N.C. HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS 

SEE ALSO PREPTCAMS, SWIMMING (BOYS AND GIRLS) (SEE ALSO HEADINGS FOR EACH SCHOOL) 

SEE ALSO SWIMMING u -, <>/•»/ 1900 x. 

■"sKcfiSSi SS£ SKSSSSUiw, rows 

N.C. HIGHWAY FUND „ mt rww 

n ss Hraff^fflgB^a, wdget 

^H'^UKflFBik FINDING PACK** 
STATE TRE^URTO SAYS PLUG HOLES BEFOREHIKING TAX 
GASOLINE TAX INCREASE SHOJLDBE LAST RESORT 
N.C. ROAD BONDS WON'T END NEED FOR TAX INCREASE 
PA)CL SAYS TOISONALTERiStIVES COULD SAVEJ5 MILLION 
GOVERNOR CONSIDERING SUIT OVER HIGHWAY FUND 'RAID' 

N.C. HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BDnri>AU 
SEE N.C. TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 

N.C. HIGHWAY PATROL _ „ MM1 nAV 
SEE ALSO PEACE OFFICERS MEMORIAL DAY 
TROOPERS, TRAIhEES LEARN PROPER EATING 
Yfl I ARC UHAT YOU EAT 
LAW AGENCIES GET $190,000 INDRUG CASH 
HIGHWAY PATROL TO GET 9MM BERETTA PISTOLS 
SWITCH TO BERETTAS ANOTHER LOSS OFPRIDE 
TRIANGLE SECURITY FOR REAGAN PRAISED 
STATE TROOPERS TAKE WELLieSS PROGRAM 



8 N Y55 
5 N 



1 N D85 

2 U G44 



1 P P S73 
12 P N C47 



H 


2 


4/02/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


4/07/1988 B 


1 N L40 


S 


2 


4/13/1988 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


5/18/1988 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


6/08/1988 B 


16 N 


H 


2 


7/30/1988 A 


15 PN 



S 

s 

H 
H 
S 
S 
S 



1/25/1988 C 
1/26/1988 A 
1/30/1988 B 
2/03/1988 C 
2/04/1988 A 
2/09/1988 A 
2/11/1988 A 



1 
4 
4 

10 
4 
1 

15 



N B53 

E 

N 

N 

E 

N B53 

J 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



PROGRAM FOCUSES ON HEALTH OF N.C. HIGHWAY PATROLMEN 

THANKS TO STATE TROOPER 

PATROL CADET DIED OF HEART DISEASE, EXAMINER SAYS 

COURT UPHOLDS CONVICTION IN THREE SLAYIN6S NEAR APEX 

TROOPER CHASES SPEEDING CAR INTO TREE 

MARYLAND COURT BACKS CONVICTION OF TRUCK DRIVER 

PATROL WILL BE OUT IN FORCE EASTER WEEKEND 

OFFICERS PLAN TO EXPAND DRUNKEN DRIVER CRACKTOW 

CELLULAR PHONES USED TO REPORT TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 

REP. WANTS HIGHWAY PATROL TO USE DRUG-SNIFFING DOGS 

COCAINE SEIZED 

LAWYER SAYS SPECTATORS AT COURT HEARING LEFT HER SHAKEN 

TROOPER 'WOLFPACKS' TO PROWL N.C. ROADS 

NO HOLIDAY FOR POLICE 

HIGHWAY PATROL PLANS SPEEDING CRACKDOWN 

SHERIFF'S PLEA FOR 3 CARS TURNED DOWN 

HIGHWAY PATROL SUSPENDS ENFORCEMENT OF TWIN-TRAILER LAWS 

SAFETY SHOULD BE KEY IN TWIN-TRAILER RULES 

TWIN-TRAILER TRUCKS GET WARNING 

OPERATION EAGLE NETS 273 ARRESTS FOR DWI 

STATE TO JOIN HIGHWAY SAFETY DRIVE 

COURT UPHOLDS LIFE SENTENCE IN TROOPER'S SLAYING 

CALL HIGHWAY PATROL 

DEAN? NOT ADDING TROOPERS IRRESPONSIBLE OF LEGISLATURE 

HIGHWAY PANEL WANTS LOWER DWI LEVEL, MORE TROOPERS 

REPUBLICAN GAMESMANSHIP 

TROOPER HURT IN ACCIDENT AT GREENSBORO 

TROOPER DIES AFTER WRECK DURING MOTORCYCLE CHASE 

TROOPER MICHAEL LOUIS MARTIN, 25, DIES OF INJURIES FROM WRECK... 

HIGHWAY PATROL/I AM GOV. MARTIN'S TAX CUT (CARTOON) 

FUNERAL FOR FALLEN HIGHWAY PATROLMAN 

Oft OF THEIR OWN 

WEEKEND BUSY FOR TROOPERS 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN SHOT AFTER CHASE FACES CHARGES 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN SHOT, CHARGED AFTER CHASE, CAR ATTACK ON OFFICERS 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN WHO WAS SHOT BY OFFICER WILL FACE 8 CHARGES 

N.C. DWI LAW COULD STAND CHALLENGE, LAWMAKER SAYS 

OFFICIALS CLEAR STATE TROOPER WHO SHOT MAN 

MAN SHOT BY TROOPER FACES 10 CHARGES 

PATROL TO BE OUT IN FORCE LABOR DAY 

HOLIDAY TO DRAW EXTRA PATROLS 

PATROL TO TARGET DRUNKEN DRIVERS 

HIGHWAY PATROL OUT IN FULL FORCE FOR HOLIDAY WEEKEND 

DAYS OF LABOR FOR N.C. PATROL 

TROOPER BITTEN DURING ARREST; SURGERY REQUIRED 

PATROL PROBES HIT-AND-RUN 

HOLD UP, THERE! 

TROOPER'S WIDOW PETITIONS AGAINST PAROLE FOR KILLER 

SOLDIER WOUNDED AFTER PATROLMAN HIT BY CAR 

MAN AWARDED *500,000 IN SUIT AGAINST FORMER PATROLMAN 

PATROL WILL BE OUT IN FORCE DURING THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY 

EX-PATROLMAN CONVICTED OF ASSAULT 

DURHAM FIRE DEPARTMENT THIRD IN BASKETBALL TOURNEY 

SHOTS FIRED INTO STATE TROOPER'S HOME 



N.C. HIGHWAY PATROL, TRAINING 
SEE ALSO POLICE TRAINING 
HIGHWAY PATROL CADET DIES OF 



INJURY FROM BOXING 



N.C. HIGHWAY SAFETY RESEARCH CENTER 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL HIGHWAY SAFETY RESEARCH CENTER 

NORTH CAROLINA HIKING TRAILS (BOOK) 
SEE ALSO HIKING 
TRAIL ENTHUSIAST ISSUES NEW GUIDE 

N.C. HISTORICAL PUBLICATIONS SECTION 
SEE ALSO BOOKS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C, HISTORY 
AGENCY OFFERS N.C. HISTORY ON SALE AT HALF PRICE 



N 
P 

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

s 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 



PAGE1436 
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D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



2/12/1988 A 
2/25/1988 A 
3/02/1988 C 
3/10/1988 D 
3/15/1988 B 
3/24/1983 D 
3/29/1988 D 
3/31/1988 A 
4/22/1988 A 
4/29/1988 C 
5/06/1988 B 
5/25/1988 A 
5/27/1988 C 
5/28/1988 C 
6/03/1988 B 
4/07/1988 B 
6/10/1988 B 
6/14/1988 A 
6/18/1988 C 
6/21/1988 A 
6/24/1988 C 
7/01/1988 B 
7/13/1988 B 
7/15/1988 C 
7/16/1988 A 
7/22/1988 A 
7/22/1988 A 
7/23/1988 C 
7/24/1988 B 
7/24/1988 D 
7/25/1988 B 
7/25/1988 C 
7/26/1988 B 
8/02/1988 A 
8/03/1988 A 
8/03/1988 C 
8/04/1988 A 
8/06/1988 A 
8/07/1988 B 
8/18/1988 C 
8/22/1988 
8/31/1988 
9/02/198S 
9/04/1988 
9/05/1988 
9/05/1988 B 
9/11/1988 A 
9/20/1988 C 
9/24/1988 B 
9/24/1988 B 
11/24/1988 A 
12/01/1988 C 
12/10/1988 B 
12/10/1988 C 



16 
4 
6 

10 
1 
6 
4 

17 

14 
2 
5 

15 
1 
1 

12 
1 

10 
4 
3 

12 
2 

11 

16 
1 
1 
4 
1 
7 
2 
4 
6 
2 

10 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 

10 
1 
1 
1 

11 
1 
3 
1 
6 
7 

19 
1 
9 
2 



N 

L 
N 
N 
N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

P 

N 

N 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 

T 

P 

P 

N 

N B53 

N M51 

N H02 

N 

N B53 

N M51 

N 

N 

N B53 

N M25 

N 

N 

N 

P T44 

N T33 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



R56 



H 2 2/06/1988 A 11 N 



H 2 9/16/1988 D 9 P F C19 



H 2 5/05/1988 D 10 N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX B 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



E 

D — DATE- 



S 
E 

c -re 



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N.C. HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

SE 9^ER^ I BuiLDERS ARE PARTNERS, PORTERSAYS 
PINNACLE RIDGE CUTTING RIBBON FOR APARTMENTS ON TUESDAY 

N.C HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION, 

■feftS SSrafcSSS INDIGENT PROBLEM 

HEALTH-CARE COSTS 'OUT OF CONTROL' 

ISSwaffli^TlS IaYS BURDEN OF INDIGENT CARE FINANCIALLY... 

N * C 'SBFHS^& COST HIKE 

IT^TlW^^h^^ FOR BANKRUPTCY REORGANIZATION 
HOSPITALS JOIN INSURANCE POOL 

N ' C ' N^^Ke^VATE, GOVERNMENT INPUT „ _ 
LOHINCME HOUSING TAX BENEFITS OFFERED TO BUILDERS 
SALES IN ROLLING HILLS FIGHTIN6 UWILLBATTLE 
PINNACLE RIDGE CUTTING RIBBON FOR APARTMENTS ON TUESDAY 

N.C. HUMAN RELATIONS COUNCIL 

'VHHWfMUKrLm FOR RACIAL TENSIONS 

N.C. HUTON RIGHTS FUND 
OPT Al Qfl Ml HAN RIGHTS 
REPORTS ^MOUNTING ON DISCRIMINATION AGAINST AIDS VICTIMS 

*' C b£%£X$FS&nn FORTHE HUMANITIES 

WS^^S^SS^i^TO NINE SPONSORS 

NORTH CAROLINA INDEPENDENT (NEWSPAPER) 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, DURHAtt i#iriM BTMCtl __ 
AFTER RIPPING HARBISON, NEWSPAPERSRIPPED OFF 
CAMPAIGN WON'T PAY FOR STOLEN PAPERS 
I^EPENDENT WILL SUE STATE SENATOR OVER STOLEN PAPERS 
STOLEN NEWSPAPER IS BACK ON RACKS 
TRASHING OF PAPERS DRAWS ATTENTION 

IMls'SsT^E^WA^ ARE GOOFY 
INDIAN MOTHERS DEFEND SONS 

■UlVUk COPIES OF PAPER 
N.C. INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION 

^SW I raUNTY'MINORITIES SEEK BETTER REPRESENTATION 
UNC COMMITTEE APPROVES AID FOR INDIAN STUDENTS 

N.C. INDIAN CENTER, INC. 

^TORS^C.^NDIAN CENTER HOPE TO REWRITE HISTORY 

N.C. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 

WlllVUimUKl CONXION CASE 
RULING IN NCCU SLAYING LAWSUIT LIKELY BY 1989 



4/27/1988 C 
6/19/1988 F 



3/10/1988 A 
7/19/1988 A 
7/21/1988 B 
8/22/1988 A 
8/30/1988 B 
11/18/1988 A 



9/16/1988 C 
9/17/1988 C 
9/17/1988 C 
9/19/1988 B 
10/02/1988 B 



6 N A54 
1 D N 



L 
N 
P N H60 
N 
N 
N 



N 

N C60 
N M06 
N 
N 



S 2 1/01/1988 A 2 Q 

H 2 1/24/1988 F 1 D N 

S 2 4/18/1988 A 1 M N W82 

H 2 6/19/1988 F 1 D N 



H 2 4/13/1988 C 3 N 



H 2 6/13/1988 A 13 N 



H 2 2/13/1988 C 3 N 
H 2 3/17/1988 B 6 N 
H 2 7/13/1988 B 10 N 



4/25/1988 A 
4/26/1988 C 
4/27/1988 A 
4/27/1988 A 
4/28/1988 C 
5/16/1988 B 
6/11/1988 A 
6/14/1988 A 
7/14/1988 C 
7/15/1988 B 



N 

N L40 

N L40 
PN 

N 

N 

L 
P N H02 

N 
P N S82 



S 2 2/16/1988 A 
CHH 1 6/10/1988 A 



9 N 
3 N L90 



S 2 6/30/1988 A 5 N 



H 2 6/03/1988 B 11 N 

H 2 10/20/1988 C 1 N S82 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



NCCU LAWSUIT RULING HAY BE BY YEAR'S END 

N.C. INMATE GRIEVANCE COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO PRISON LABOR 
SEE ALSO PRISONERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PRISONERS, N.C, PAY 
SEE ALSO PRISONERS' RIGHTS 

NEW N.C. PANEL WILL TRY TO SETTLE PRISONERS' COMPLAINTS 

INMATE GRIEVANCE BOARD WORTH TRY 

N.C. INSURANCE COMMISSION 
SEE INSURANCE 
SEE N.C. SEPT. OF INSURANCE 

N.C. INSURANCE RATING BUREAU 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO N.C. REINSURANCE FACILITY 
SEE ALSO WORKERS' COMPENSATION 

INSURANCE APPEAL 

WORKERS COHP RULE TO BE APPEALED 

TWO INSURANCE OFFICIALS ARE ORDERED TO TESTIFY AT RATE REQUEST HEARING 

AUTO LIABILITY RATE HEARING TAKES PUZZLING TWIST 

LONG WEIGHS INSURANCE RATE HIKE 

INSURANCE RATE DECISION DUE WITHIN 45 DAYS 

FARMERS' HOME INSURANCE TO GO UP 6X 

LONG ORDERS 3.9X AUTO INSURANCE RATE CUTS 

REVISION PROPOSED IN AUTO INSURANCE PREMIUMS 

INSURANCE OFFICIALS SUBPOENAED 

RATE BUREAU TO APPEAL AUTO INSURANCE ORDER 

INSURANCE RATE HIKE JUSTIFIED 

N.C. INTERNSHIP PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, YOUTH 
INTERNSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS 

N.C. JAIL STANDARDS TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO JAILS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO JAILS, N.C, STANDARDS 
ALAMANCE'S TEAGUE NAMED TO JAILS POST 

N.C, JAPAN CENTER 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. ASIAN-PACIFIC STUDIES CENTER 
SEE ALSO JAPAN 
TAR HEELS URGED TO COMPETE IN JAPAN 

N.C. JAYCEE BURN CENTER 

SEE BURN CENTER, N.C. JAYCEES 

N.C. JOURNALISM HALL OF FAME 

DURHAM WOMAN IN HALL OF FAME 

UNC HALLS OF FAME TO HOLD INDUCTIONS 

JOURNALISM SHRINES TO INDUCT FOUR 

HALLS OF FAME TAP JOURNALISTS, POLLSTER 

JOURNALISTS INDUCTED INTO HALL OF FAME 

N.C. JOURNALISM HALL OF FAME 

JOURNALISM SCHOOL SEEKS HALL OF FAME NOMINEES 

J. SCHOOL LOOKS FOR HALL OF FAME NOMINEES 

N.C. JUDICIAL DEPT. 
SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C. 
MRS. OGUGUA'S APPEAL OPPOSED BY JUSTICE DEPT. 

N.C JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION 

OUT-OF-RETIREMENT JUDGES CRITICIZED BY ANTI-DWI HEAD 

N.C. JUNIOR CLOSED TEHNIS TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO TENNIS 



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S 2 10/20/1988 A 1 N B53 



H 2 2/06/1988 A 13 N 
S 2 2/16/1988 A 4 E 



H 


2 1/07/1988 C 


16 


N 


S 


2 1/08/1988 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 1/12/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 1/13/1988 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 1/22/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 1/23/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 1/28/1988 A 


18 


N 


H 


2 2/02/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 2/04/1988 C 


6 P N 


S 


2 9/27/1988 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 11/1871988 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 12/01/1988 A 


4 


L 



H 2 1/01/1988 C 16 N 



H 1 5/07/1988 C 1 N H60 



H 2 11/20/1988 D 10 D N C47 



S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

CHH 

H 

CHH 



2/24/1988 A 
2/26/1988 C 
3/30/1988 C 
3/31/1988 A 
4/11/1988 B 
7/02/1988 A 
7/14/1988 C 
11/18/1988 A 



6 
3 
4 

18 
1 
7 
6 
7 



N 

N 

N U80 

N 

N M25 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 3/15/1988 B 1 P N 046 
H 2 4/24/1988 B 1 N 



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JOHNSON UPSET CLOSED TENNIS WINNER 

N.C. JUNIOR GOLF CHAWICISHIP 

SEE ALSO CAROLINAS GOLF ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
CLINARD WINS JUNIOR TITLE 

N.C. JUNIOR MISS ^^ 

SEE TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 

N.C. JUNIOR OLYMPICS SHORT COURSE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS 

SE NCCU S TO S HOCT I N?C. JUNIOR OLYMPICS SWIMMING MEETS 

N.C. JUSTICE DEPT. 

SEE N.C. JUDICIAL DEPT. 

N.C. LAND CONSERVANCY CORP. 

ANIMAL HABITAT SHRINKING IN TRIANGLE 

N.C. LAND TRUSTEES 
SEE ALSO LAND TRUST 
SEE ALSO LAND USE _ 

HOMES READY FOR POOR FAMILIES 

T^USffiai^ IMBV HOME FEST '88 EXHIBIT 
LAND TRUST TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 
LAND TRUSTEES MAKE HOUSING AFFORDABLE __ _ 

REMNINO PLAN PITS BUSINESS OWNERS AGAINST RESIDENTS 
COUNCILHEN BUTT HEADS ON REZONING 

n.c. land trustees get grant 

the north carolina leader (newspaper) 
see the leader (newspaper) 

n.c. leadership forum 

Father malKautions scientists to keep ethics in mind 

n.c. league of conservanonwxterf 

see also environmental protection 

see also political action committees 
league won't back harbison for post 
environmental group calls hardison's record worst 

^CONSERVATION GROUPS GIVE BACKING TO RAND 
ENV^ONHENTALISTS SAY THEY MAY SIT OUT GUBERNATORIAL RACE 
CONSERVATION GROUPS MAY STAY NEUTRAL IN GOVERNOR'S CAMPAIGN 

N.C. LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES 
STREET NEEDS UNDERESTIMATED, 

PWtfOSQ REPEALTlNTANGIBLES TAX WILL BE OPPOSED 

INVENTORY TAX FORMULA HAS OFFICIALS SEEING RED 

2ND CONFERENCE MORE AFFORDABLE ^^ ati4 kmm 

LEAGUE OF CITIES LEADER SAYS MORE FEDERAL AID NEEDED 

N.C. MUNICIPAL LEADERS WANT ROAD PROGRAM 

CITY PONDERS WORKER DRUG TESTS 

TESTING COSTLY FOR SMALL TOWNS 

N.C. LEAGUE OF SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. SAVINGS AND LOW LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, N.C. 

N ' C SEE^SK%lS OFFICE HOLDERS AND POLITICIANS 
§ ££ N& ^SK LEGISLATORS 



STUDY PANEL TOLD (CORRECTED 4-1-88) 



N 
P 



E 
D 



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8/05/1988 B 



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2 N 



H 2 6/25/1988 B 2 N 



S 2 2/02/1988 B 4 C N 



CHH 1 10/30/1988 A 4 E 



S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 



1/30/1988 C 
2/01/1988 A 
4/13/1988 B 
4/16/1988 A 
6/23/1988 A 
7/06/1988 A 
8/10/1988 B 
10/18/1988 C 
12/08/1988 C 



1 N H70 

2 P P C45 

2 N 

3 P N U82 
10 N 

1 P N H70 
1 N A54 
1 N H70 
7 N 



H 2 3/19/1988 C 1 N 046 



S 
H 
S 
S 
H 



2 3/28/1988 B 

1 4/19/1988 B 

2 10/11/1988 B 
1 10/25/1988 A 
1 10/26/1988 C 



5 N 

1 P N L40 
4 N 
11 N 

6 N 



H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

S 



3/31/1988 B 

4/01/1988 A 

4/29/1988 C 

5/23/1988 C 

10/01/1988 A 

10/04/1988 C 

10/06/1988 C 

10/24/1988 B 

10/25/1988 A 



N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N Vll 

N 

N 

N 

N H70 



2 7/10/1988 F 
2 8/14/1988 D 



1 D N 
10 N 



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black legislators: GOOD CHANCE OF ABOLISHING SECOND PRIMARIES 

N.C. LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATE STUDY COMMISSION 

N.C. LEGISLATURE 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

N.C. LESBIAN AND GAY HEALTH PROJECT 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 

SEE ALSO HOMOSEXUALS 

SEE ALSO LESBIANS 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE LESBIAN AND GAY ALLIANCE 

AIDS VICTIMS HOMELESS 

THEATER GIVES MONEY TO AIDS SUPPORT GROUP 

DURHAM THEATER COMPANY MAKES DONATIONS TO AIDS SUPPORT GROUPS 

AIDS BENEFIT GROUP LOOKS FOR BICYCLE RIDERS 

N.C. LIBRARY FOR THE BLIND AND PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO BLIND 
SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 
ARTICLES! VOLUNTEERS NEEDED; GRANTS AVAILABLE 

N.C. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO LIBRARIES. N.C. 
LIBRARIAN SAYS STATE DRAGGING FEET ON DEPOSITORY SYSTEM 

N.C. LITERACY ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO ILLITERACY 
LITERACY PROGRAM DRAWS PRAISE, CRITICISM 
BUSINESS LEADER URGES TV SUPPORT IN ILLITERACY FIGHT 

N.C. LITERACY COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO ILLITERACY 
NOVEL TALK 
LITERACY VOLUNTEERS TO BE RECOGNIZED 

N.C. LITERARY AND HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BOOKS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C, HISTORY 
NOVEL SERIES BEGINS 

N.C. LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMISSION 

COMMISSION RULES SELF INELIGIBLE TO SETTLE BFI WASTE MATTER 

N.C. LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT. N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD 
SEE ALSO N.C. WASTE MANAGEMENT PARK (PROPOSED) 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL AND STORAGE 
SEE ALSO RADIOACTIVE WASTE 

SEARCH FOR WASTE SITES FAR FROM SMOOTH FOR STATE 

ROAD TO FINDING WASTE SITE BUMPY 

PANEL ONE STEP CLOSER TO MEETING DEADLINE ON RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITE 

DUKE POWER WORKER'S APPOINTMENT TO WASTE AUTHORITY CHALLENGED 

PANEL! FORESTS CAN HOLD NUCLEAR WASTES 

STATE, NATIONAL FORESTS AREN'T RULED OUT AS SITES FOR LOW-LEVEL... 

STATE BOARD OF ETHICS RULES ON CONFLICT OF INTEREST CASE 

PANEL SEEKING SITE FOR RADIOACTIVE WASTES TOLD NOT TO ERODE STANDARDS... 

EISENBUD TO RESIGN AS CHIEF OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE PANEL 

PROPOSED INCENTIVES TO BE SUBMITTED ON LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITE 

PANEL SEEKING RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITE BACKING AWAY FROM PUBLIC... 

RADIOACTIVE WASTE PANEL OFFICIAL QUITS 

EDGECOMBE OFFERS SITE FOR WASTE 

STATE OFFICIALS WELCOME EDGECOMBE PROPOSAL 

SOME NEIGHBORS RAP EDGECOMBE WASTE SITE PLAN 

EDGECOMBE CHANGES MIND ON WASTE PARK 

YA NOTICE HOW NOBODY SETS OUT ASHTRAYS ANYMORE? (CARTOON) 

LEE RESIDENTS WANT STATE TO REDUCE HAZARDOUS WASTE 

STATE'S WASTE DISPOSAL PROBLEM CONTINUES TO MOUNT 



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D — DATE- 

2 12/14/1988 C 13 N 



S 2 2/18/1988 D 2 N B71 

S 2 7/08/1988 C 1 N 

S 2 7/09/1988 A 10 N 

CHH 1 10/14/1988 A 3 N S17 



S 2 1/14/1988 D 4 N G59 



H 2 10/15/1988 C 1 N N36 



S 2 7/19/1988 A 5 N 
H 2 9/21/1988 C 5 N K65 



S 2 2/02/1988 C 4 P P S73 
H 1 2/11/1988 B 2 N 



S 2 1/28/1988 D 12 N 
CHH 1 8/18/1988 A 2 N R63 



H 


2 


1/01/1988 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 


1/01/1988 A 


6 P N 


H 


2 


1/12/1988 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/20/1988 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 


1/22/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/23/1988 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


1/27/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/03/1988 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


3/23/1988 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


5/10/1988 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


5/17/1988 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


5/18/1988 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/19/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/20/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/20/1988 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


6/07/1988 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/10/1988 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


6/11/1988 B 


4 


P N 


S 


2 


6/14/1988 A 


9 


N 



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SUBJECTS 



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» 



RADIOACTIVE WASTE AUTHORITY NAJCS DIRECTOR 

WASTE AUTHORITY AGREES TO EXPAND COMHIJTCES 

UASTE AUTHORITY VOTES TO ENLARGE ITS COMMITTEES 

BIDS ON UJUHEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE PLANT TOP $40 MILLION 

COMPANIES MAKE PITCHES TO OPERATE WASTE SITE „„_.„,, 

CONTENDERS GIVE SALES TALKS FOR RADIOACTIVE WASTE CONTRACT 

SlVIRoSy^^ OF CONTENDER TO OPERATE WASTE PLANT 

&BHWCLEAR DEFENDS RECORD, RENEWS DISPOSAL BID 
CHAIRMAN OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE AUTHORITY NAMED 

N.C. MAIN STREET PROGRAM 

err ai en matu ST. 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 
MEBANE TO HOLD HEETIN6 THURSDAY ON TWO ISSUES 
FEEBMILL IN BURLINGTON PROMISES TO ACT ON COMPLAINTS 

N.C. MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION irm 

SEE N.C. DIVISION OF MARINE FISHERIES 

N.C. MARINE RESOURCE CENTERS 

SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY _ , AM „„„„ 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MARINE LABORATORY 
SEE ALSO N.C. AQUARIUM 
SEE ALSO OCEANS 
STATE FUNDS SHOULD KEEP COASTAL AQUARIUMS FIT 

N.C. MEDICAL JOURNAL 

SACRIFICING THE ANIMALS 

N, °' W& S MCTORS TARGET OF INVESTIGATIVE PLAN 

GROUPS HOPE PROGRAM WILL DETECT IMPAIRED PHYSICIANS 
PANE. TOLD LACK OF FUNDS, FEAR HAMPERING AIDS EDUCATION 

S^J^^^'SSSl MISTttES IN CONTRIBUTIONS 

SOCIETY URGES WATER SAFETY 

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ARE IMPORTANT 

MmiCy°SOCIEn A FAlS I TO"BACK T N.C. BILL ON PARENTAL CONSENT ABORTION 

TVF HYPOCRITICW. OATH 

LAST PRACTICING OBSTETRICIAN IN PERSON CO. CLOSES OFFICE 

N.C. MEDICAL SOCIETY AUXILIARY _ 
MEDICAL AUXILIARY WINS AWARDS 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL uvWK 
SEE ALSO BURN CENTER, N.C. JAYCEES 
SEE ALSO THE FARM (RESEARCH FACILITY) 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. HOSPITALS 

AIDS SAFETY STEPS COST HOSPITALS MORE 

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS ALLAY FEARS OF AIDS 

N.C. MEMORIAL GETTING 'HOMEY' TOUCH 

OWNER SAYS DIALYSIS LEAKS HURT BUSINESS 

HOSPITAL NAME CHANGE PROPOSQ _ „ aiiw , 

DESPITE OPENING, MCDONALD HOUSE NEEDS FUNDS 

DON'T TAX PATIENTS, STUDENTS 

HIGHER NURSES' PAY PROPOSED BY JORDAN 

REPORT SUGGESTS SOLUTION: PEOPLE MOVERS MMTATO 

ARTSCENTER ACTORS HOPE TO HEAL AS WELL AS ENTERTAIN 

CHAPEL HILL FIRM TO TEST 'SUPER-GLASSES' FEASIBILITY 

MAP MOTHERS' KELP ROCK, COMFORT CHILDREN IN HOSPITAL 

TUNNEL VISION 

STAFF DISCUSSES BABY SECURITY 

PRESSURE FOR BLOOD CONSTANT REALITY AT NCMH 

UNC STUDY*. PATIENTS WOULD REPEAT CARE 

UNC ACTS TO COMPLY WITH WATER RESTRICTIONS 

AIDS VICTIM FACED DEATH 'LIKE MAN' 



N 
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H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



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6/22/1988 A 

7/19/1988 B 

8/11/1988 A 

9/08/1988 A 

10/07/1988 B 

10/13/1988 B 

10/26/1988 C 

11/16/1988 B 

11/16/1988 A 

12/01/1988 A 

12/04/1988 F 

12/17/1988 C 



8 
1 

16 
16 
4 
3 
6 
2 
3 
1 
1 
6 



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



1 2/27/1988 C 1 
1 3/03/1988 B 1 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
I N L40 
N 
N 



N H60 
N T35 



S 2 10/22/1988 A 4 E 



H 2 1/15/1988 A 4 L 



H 


2 


1/11/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/27/1988 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


2/26/1988 B 


10 


N 


S 


2 


3/08/1988 B 


10 


N 


H 


1 


3/23/1988 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


4/13/1988 A 


8 


N 


S 


2 


4/20/1988 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


5/03/1988 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


5/09/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/14/1988 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


6/02/1988 A 


1 


N H02 



S 2 5/19/1988 A 8 N 



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



1/16/1988 A 
1/16/1988 A 
2/20/1988 C 
3/04/1988 C 
3/05/1988 C 
4/13/1988 C 
5/18/1988 A 
5/21/1988 B 
5/21/1988 B 
6/01/1988 B 
6/18/1988 A 
6/22/1988 B 
6/22/1988 A 
6/22/1988 A 
8/07/1988 A 
8/12/1988 C 
8/24/1988 B 
8/25/1988 A 



Q B85 

N B85 
N K65 
N B81 
N 

N K65 
L 

N K65 
N M70 
N K65 
N H02 
N A80 
P T44 
N S12 
N B21 
N 
N 
QS17 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



NCMH MAMMOGRAM VAN NOW ON THE ROAD (CORRECTION PRINTED 8-30-88) 

CORRECTION 

UNC DOCTORS NAMED IN MALPRACTICE SUIT 

PEDIATRICIAN RECEIVES 1988 FULLER AWARD 

NCHM SAFETY FEATURES NOT UP TO SNUFF 

HOSPITAL INCIDENT PROMPTS INDICTMENT 

HOSPITAL TARGETS BIOETHICS ISSUES 

SHELTER OR A MAGNET FOR THE HOMELESS? 

NO BONES ABOUT ITiDR, WITT IS SERIOUS ABOUT RELIEVING CHRONIC PAIN 

TRUCK SLAMS INTO OFFICE AFTER BRAKE SUPSi DRIVER CITED 

DOCTOR: TRANSPLANTS COULD SAVE PATIENTS - IF NCMH HAD PROCESS 

NCMH, WEST RECEIVE HONORS FOR EXCELLENCE 

NEW DRUG TO BENEFIT VICTIMS OF AIDS 

MCDONALD HOUSE SIX MONTHS IN SERVICE 

COLON CANCER STUDY BEGINS AT NCMH 

ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUP PROBES UNC FACILITY 

HOSPITAL DOCTOR APPROVED DECISION NOT TO ADMIT FARRISH 

DON'T EAT THAT HOUSE! 



N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, AIDS 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, N.C. 
VICTIMS FACE STIGMA 
UNC TO OPEN AIDS RESEARCH CENTER 
TEAM GIVES SUPPORT TO AIDS VICTIMS 



CASES 



N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, BLOOD BANK 
SEE ALSO BLOOD DONORS 
PRESSURE FOR BLOOD CONSTANT REALITY AT NCMH 
TAINTED BLOOD REACHES TRIANGLE 
SPIRALING COST OF BLOOD RAISES NCMH BUDGET REQUEST 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, BUDGET 

MEMORIAL ASKS (18 PER ROOM RATE INCREASE 

TIGHT STATE MONEY NOT LIKELY TO JEOPARDIZE LOCAL PROJECTS 

NCMH PATIENT COSTS TO RISE «15 MILLION 

PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL HEADS NCMH WISH LIST 

HOSPITAL MAY SEE *500,000 IN EXTRA COSTS 

SPIRALING COST OF BLOOD RAISES NCMH BUDGET REQUEST 

WAITING FOR THE CRUSHER; NCMH WANTS TO SMASH ITS GALLSTONE PROBLEMS 

NCMH FREEZES HIRING TO MEET BUDGET GOAL 

OFFICIALS STRUGGLING WITH CUTS AT NCMH 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, CANCER TREATMENT PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSO GRAVELY BUILDING (CHAPEL HILL,N.C.) 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 
UNC, NCMH TO START CANCER TREATMENT PROGRAM 
CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON CANCER TREATMENT FACILITY 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, CLINICAL RESEARCH UNIT 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
UNC, NCMH TO START CANCER TREATMENT PROGRAM 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 
COMPUTER VIRUS POSES LITTLE THREAT 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, CONSTRUCTION 

NCMH OUTPATIENT BUILDING GETS PRELIMINARY APPROVAL 
CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON CANCER TREATMENT FACILITY 
PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL HEADS NCMH WISH LIST 
NCMH BEGINS «430,000 LOBBY, ENTRANCE REBUILD 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, DIRECTOR'S OFFICE 
HOSPITAL OFFICIAL LEAVING 



N E 
P D 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



-DATE- 

8/25/1988 

8/30/1988 

9/09/1988 

9/12/1988 

9/14/1988 

9/27/1988 

10/28/1988 

10/28/1988 

10/31/1988 

11/02/1988 

11/14/1988 

11/20/1988 

11/23/1988 

11/25/1988 

11/27/1988 

12/03/1988 

12/14/1988 

12/23/1988 



S 
E 

C -PG 



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



5/10/1988 

6/06/1988 

7/12/1988 

9/10/1988 

9/16/1988 

10/03/1988 

11/20/1988 

11/24/1988 

12/01/1988 



3 
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N S17 
N 

N R63 
N S17 
N S17 
N H90 
N S17 
L 

N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N 

N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
P T44 



CHH 1 8/24/1988 A 
CHH 1 8/24/1988 A 
S 2 11/25/1988 B 



CHH 1 8/07/1988 A 
S 2 9/19/1988 A 
CHH 1 10/03/1988 A 



1 P Q S17 
1 N S17 
1 P F G59 



3 P N B21 

1 N H65 
1 N S17 



N K65 
N K65 
N B21 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 



CHH 1 8/22/1988 A 1 N S17 
CHH 1 9/06/1988 A 3 P N L38 



CHH 1 8/22/1988 A 1 N S17 



CHH 1 11/08/1988 A 1 N S17 



CHH 1 8/27/1988 A 3 P N S17 

CHH 1 9/06/1988 A 3 P N L38 

CHH 1 9/10/1988 A 1 N S17 

CHH 1 10/31/1988 A 3 N S17 



H 3 5/06/1988 C 1 N 080 



N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, DIVISION OF ENDOCRINOLOGY AND FERTILITY 



-LX630- 



HONTHL 



Y/ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 

12/31/1988 



S U B J 



SEE ALSO FERTILITY mim 

UNC LAB LEADING STATE FERTILITY CENTER 
SPERM DONOR PONDERS HIS MOTIVES 

N,C ' Ke^^'pS^ EMPLOYEES FAVOR SMOKING LIMITS 
STATE HMO CHANGE PREDICTED TO ANGER STATE EMPLOYEES 
SERVICES HELP WORKERS COPE 
4.5 PERCENT RAISE UNACCEPTABLE #m ,____ 
N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HONORS 12 'PLUSPEQPLE' 

fSSSWS^!S!ffS& IN *R THEFT 

^tVaK MlWcmh EH-LOYEE TELLS HER STORY 
OFFICIALS STRUGGLING WITH CUTS AT NCMH 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, EXTRA CORPOREAL MEMBRANE OXYGENATION UNIT 
SEE ALSO LUNG DISEASES 

SE yOH<lSG TO G SAVE BABIESi NCMH UANTS A MACHINE THAT COULD HELP SAVE... 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPHAL, HELICOPTER SERVICE 
SEE ALSO AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE 
SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 

^BfiSfc&Sg'Wiv* PRECIOUS MINUTES 
FAA PROBE STARTS WITH FIRM SERVING NCMH 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, IN VITRO FERTILIZATION PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO TEST TUBE BABY 

DUKE, UNC IHPLANT FROZEN EMBRYOS 

NCMH TEST-TUBE ALUMNI GATHER FOR 3RD REUNION 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, LAUNDRY 

■we u&mew&r'n.E - "*» 

37 UNC EMPLOYEES LOSING XBS WITH LAUNDRY CLOSING 
N.C. STATE MAY TAKE UNC TO THE CLEANERS 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, ORANGE COUNTY ^^^ 

SURGEON SAYS HYSTERECTOMY OF 11-YEAR-OLD GIRL NECESSARY 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

%^mS$^^-W*** GIRL *£CESSARY 
UNC DOCTORS NAMED IN MALPRACTICE SUIT 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, NEURDfSYOJMTim CENTER 
PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL HEADS NCMH WISH LIST 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, NEWBORN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT 
SEE ALSO PREMATURE INFANTS „ Am 

SffiWKrK MACHINE THAT COULD KLP SAVE... 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, NURSES 
SEE ALSO NURSES, N.C. _ 

NURSE SHORTAGE TOP PROBLEM «™™ r 
PAY INCREASE COULD EASE NURSE SHORTAGE 
NCMH NOT IMMUNE TO NURSE SHORTAGE 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, OUTPATIENT SERVICES „-__„,, 
NCMH OUTPATIENT BUILDING GETS .PRfLMN^Y APPROVAL 
NCMH BEGINS ♦430,000 LOBBY, ENTRANCE REBUILD 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPHAL^PARKING TVirorAHr 

TRUSTEES TO CONSIDER PARKING FEE INCREASE 

HOSPITAL PARKING PROBLEM „ 1M __ 

TOWN RESERVES PARKING FOR HOSPITAL WORKERS 



C T S 




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S 


I T 


N E 


E 


L Y 


P D 


—DATE — C ■ 


-PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 


8/19/1988 A 


7 P N S17 


CHH 1 


8/19/1988 A 


7 NS17 


H 2 


3/15/1988 B 


1 N K65 


CHH 1 


6/08/1988 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


6/10/1988 A 


3 N K65 


H 2 


6/14/1988 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


6/22/1988 A 


8 N 


CHH 1 


9/12/1988 A 


3 N S17 


CHH 1 


9/22/1988 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


9/24/1988 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 10/07/1988 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 12/01/1988 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


11/13/1988 A 


1 P N S17 



CHH 1 7/23/1988 A 
CHH 1 7/30/1988 A 



3 P N B21 
3 P N B21 



S 2 7/29/1988 A 1 N H02 
CHH 1 7/31/1988 A 3 P N R63 



H 2 3/18/1988 C 
H 3 3/30/1988 C 
S 2 4/09/1988 C 



3 N L90 
1 N BIO 
1 N 



CHH 1 6/15/1988 A 1 N H90 



CHH 1 6/15/1988 A 
CHH 1 9/09/1988 A 



1 N H90 

2 N R63 



CHH 1 9/10/1988 A 1 N S17 



CHH 1 6/29/1988 A 
CHH 1 11/13/1988 A 



H 2 3/15/1988 B 
CHH 1 6/11/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/20/1988 A 



CHH 1 8/27/1988 A 
CHH 1 10/31/1988 A 



H 3 2/18/1988 B 
H 2 3/15/1988 A 
H 2 4/13/1988 B 



3PN K65 
1 P N S17 



1 N K65 
3 N K65 
1 C N S17 



3 P N S17 
3 N S17 



1 N B81 
4 L 

2 N 080 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



HIGH BIDS DELAY CONTRACT AT UNC FOR PARKING AREA 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, PEDIATRICS 
ART FROM THE HEART 
NCMH OPENS $1 MILLION PEDIATRIC UNIT 
SPREADING CHEER IN THE WARD 
A CHILD'S CHRISTMAS IN HOSPITAL 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, RATES 

MEMORIAL ASKS 118 PER ROOM RATE INCREASE 
AIDS FEAR HAS MANY DONATING OUN, KIN'S BLOOD 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, SMOKING REGULATIONS 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SM0KIN6 CAMPAIGN 
N.C. MEMORIAL; 97 PERCENT OF EMPLOYEES FAVOR SMOKING LIMITS 
DUKE HOSPITAL HILL BAN SMOKING, STARTING IN MARCH 
HOSPITAL TO GO 'SMOKE FREE' IN JULY 1989 
NCMH CLEARS THE AIR WITH SMOKING BAN 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, TRAUMA UNIT 
NCMH TRAUMA CENTER LAUDED 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, VOLUNTEERS 

DISTINGUISHED VOLUNTEER 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, WASTE DISPOSAL 

RULES GUIDE AREA HOSPITALS ON WASTE DUMPING 
WASTE OF NCMH NOWHERE NEAR SEA 

N.C. MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION 
WASTE GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES 

N.C. MILITIA 

SENATE VOTES FOR ANNUAL TESTING OF HOME SCHOOL STUDENTS 
HOME SCHOOL TESTING BILL GETS TENTATIVE N.C. SENATE APPROVAL 

N.C. MINIMUM COMPETENCY TEST 

SEE SCHOOLS, N.C, COMPETENCY TESTS 

N.C. MINING COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO MINING 
UNC NEWS BRIEFS 

N.C. MOTEL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO MOTELS, DURHAM 
HOTELS LOBBY FOR ROOM TAX, HESITATE ON MEALS TAX 

N.C. MOTOR CARRIERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO TRUCKING INDUSTRY 
CRITICS RAISE SAFETY QUESTIONS OVER TWIN-TRAILER PROPOSALS 
SAFETY SHOULD BE TOP FACTOR IN TRUCK ROUTES 

N.C. MOTOR SPEEDWAY 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 
ELLIOTT WINS 1ST POLE AT ROCKINGHAM 
RICHMOND'S ABSENCE HANGS OVER NASCAR 
ELLIOTT, EARNHARDT LOOK TO REGAIN LUSTER 
MARTIN CAPTURES RACE AFTER GANT GASSES OUT 
ELLIOTT LEADS PARADE OF DRIVERS BY ROCKINGHAM QUALIFYING MARK 
FOR WALLACE, IT'S EASY AS ONE-TWO-THREE 
ELLIS CLINCHES GN TITLE 

N.C. MUNICIPAL POWER AGENCY 

19 PIEDMONT CITIES FACE HIGHER ELECTRICITY RATES THAN DUKE POWER 

N.C. MUSEUM AT DUKE HOMESTEAD HISTORIC SITE 
SEE DUKE HOMESTEAD STATE HISTORIC SITE 



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E L Y 

-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



CHH 1 7/27/1988 A 1 N S17 



H 2 5/01/1988 A 1 P P C45 

CHH 1 8/06/1988 A 3 N Vll 

CHH 1 9/10/1988 A 3 P N H25 

CHH 1 12/26/1988 A 1 P N R63 



2 5/10/1988 C 1 N K65 
2 7/20/1988 C 1 N H65 



H 2 3/15/1988 B 1 N K65 

S 2 8/22/1988 C 1 N 

CHH 1 11/08/1988 A 1 N S17 

CHH 1 11/12/1988 A 4 E 



CHH 1 10/17/1988 A 3 N S12 



H 2 5/12/1988 C 7 P P 



H 2 8/11/1988 A 1 N N36 
CHH 1 8/11/1988 A 1 N S17 



S 2 4/19/1988 C 1 N M06 



H 2 6/14/1988 B 5 N 
S 2 6/14/1988 C 4 N 



CHH 1 7/28/1988 A 7 N 



S 2 3/15/1988 A 5 J Oil 



H 2 8/25/1988 D 5 N 
S 2 8/31/1988 A 4 E 



3/04/1988 B 

3/06/1988 C 

3/06/1988 C 

3/06/1988 C 

10/21/1988 C 

10/24/1988 B 

10/24/1988 D 



1 

1 

15 

15 

1 
2 

10 



N 

U W60 

N 

N 

N 

N M98 

N 



2 4/09/1988 A 9 N 



N.C. MUSEUM OF ART 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANN UAL 

1/01/1988 



INDEX 8 
12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



PAGE1445 
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NEW MUSEUMS OF PARIS 

'TRUFFLE HOUND' SPEAKS _ 

FEMHE FATALE SIZZLES IN SERIES 

ARTICLES... 

6RTTCT PAH PICASSO 

ARC^OLOGISTS IJN^RTH CLUES TO DAILY LIFE IN BIBLICAL TIMES 

MUSIC, FILMS FEATURED IN SERIES 

SNOUED-OUT 'MYSTERY' REAPPEARS 

'JAZZ' BY BEARDEN FOCUS OF ART SHOW 

'NONA LISA' 

MORBEAD LIGHTS UP WITH 'LASER GENESIS^ 

MUSEUM OF ART PAYING $80,000 FOR GROUNDS PLAN 

$$$ FREE OF CHARGE *»$ 

ttSVk^llP^W** OF MINNIE EVANS 
MOVIES, MUSIC, TALKS PLANNED FOR KIMONO SHOW 
'RIFFS': COLORS OF MUSIC _ 
ART MUSEUM FEATURES JAPANESE FILMS 

^ s s§i g&ffjR ess nmi- 

MOVIES, MUSICVTALKS, TOURS AIMED FOR RECORD CROWDS 

IAPANESE DANCERS 

lOMONOST nTTaRT MUSEUM PUTS ON NEW CLOTHES: JAPANESE ROBES 
KABUKI, TEA CEREMONY PART OF PROGRAMS ON JAPAN 
•ROBES 5 A BREATHTAKING VOYEUR EXPERIENCE 
KABUKI, TEA CEREMONY PART OF PROGRAMS ON JAPAN 
SERIES HAS 'ROOM' 
'ROOM' OPENS MOVIE SERIES 

VJP^'WSSSSVBSLrB PART OF THE EXHIBITION... 
JAPANESE, 'FUN' FESTIVALS SET 
FAN DANCE 

M^GK F S/1hE T W0^? J VISI0NARY ARTISTS CREATE WORLDS IN OTHER LANDS 

ARTICLES... 

HEPBURN SERIES BEGINS TOMORROW 
HEPBURN AND HER MEN ART MUSEUM SERIES 
CERAMIC WORKS ON VIEW AT MUSH* __ 
PRINTS CORPORATION BLAND; CLAY FANTASY FUNNY 
HEPBURN FILMS 

C^^I^fWwC^^^VE-BORN tfTIST 
'nGURAnON' & 'FUNK' FROM BAY ON WAY 
ADF LURES RALEIGH CROWD TO DURHAM _,^. 
»AMEN CORNER' GETS RERUN, 'SINGING STREAM' A PRIZE 

RARE BIRDS „ 

FILM SERIES MOVES OUTDOORS 

3S5M&3 StM' IS PART OF...SHOW AT N.C. MUSEUM OF ART 
CHAMPAGNE, JAZZ AND GRATITUDE 

BAY ART BREEZES IN 

FLYNN FILM KICKS OFF OUTDOOR SERIES 

ROB^GO^?! 1 ^ 1 ^^' MAY BE SEEN AT THE N.C. MUSEUM OF ART 

HUMPHREY BOGART STARS IN 'BIG SLEEP' 

EXHIBIT LEAVES FRISCO ART STORY ONLY HALF TOLD 

FILM FESTIVAL WILL OPEN SEPT. 9 _ 

OTSyfflBlffi Ktt^SuRED IN FALL CELEBRATIONS 
LECTURES COVER PYRAMIDS, MODERN ART, NUTTINESS 
NEW SHOW AT N.C. MUSEUM INVITES KIDS TO LOOK AT ART 
VIEWERS MAY PARTICIPATE IN PATTERN 
MUSEUM WINS PARK GRANT ntn ^ ya ^ 

uvMwmmflu AT M N . c . museum of art 

N.C. ART MUSEUM EXHIBITS EDITH LONDON COLLAGES 



N 
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S 

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S 

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S 

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S 

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S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

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D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

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2 

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2 

2 

2 

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2 

2 

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2 

2 

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2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

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 



1/01/1988 
1/07/1988 
1/07/1988 
1/07/1988 
1/08/1988 
1/14/1988 
1/14/1988 
1/21/1988 
1/22/1988 
1/29/1988 _ 
2/02/1988 B 
2/12/1988 B 
2/18/1988 D 
2/25/1988 
2/28/1988 
3/01/1988 
3/04/1988 
3/04/1988 
3/08/1988 B 
3/10/1988 D 
3/11/1988 
3/11/1988 
3/11/1988 
3/13/1988 
3/17/1988 
3/17/1988 
3/18/1988 
3/24/1988 
3/24/1988 
3/25/1988 
4/01/1988 
4/07/1988 
4/28/1988 
4/28/1988 
4/29/1988 
5/05/1988 
5/05/1988 
5/05/1988 
5/06/1988 
5/12/1988 
5/13/1988 
5/29/1988 
6/21/1988 
6/24/1988 
6/30/1988 D 
7/01/1988 D 
7/08/1988 D 
7/19/1988 A 
7/19/1988 B 
7/21/1988 D 
7/21/1988 D 
7/22/1988 D 
7/28/1988 D 
8/02/1988 A 
8/04/1988 D 
8/04/1988 D 
8/05/1988 
8/11/1988 
8/11/1988 
8/12/1988 
8/25/1988 
9/02/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/08/1988 
9/09/1988 
9/22/1988 
9/24/1988 B 
9/25/1988 A 
10/06/1988 D 
10/14/1988 D 



D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 



22 

3 

12 

12 

15 

2 

12 

10 

13 

15 

5 

12 

8 

2 

9 

11 

11 

7 

6 

3 

1 

13 

13 

10 

2 

2 

9 

11 

12 

2 

12 

7 

3 

3 

2 

1 

7 

11 

6 

12 

9 

10 

13 

12 

9 

7 

11 

6 

9 

6 

11 

6 

7 

6 

1 

6 

19 

6 

6 

8 

5 

11 

6 

12 
10 
2 
8 
18 
2 
6 



W66 



P 

F B71 
N 

N G59 
P 
N 
N 
N 
F 
P 

U W66 
N 
N 
N 
P 

U W66 
R (368 
N 
H 
F 
P 
F 
N 
P 
F 
I 
R 
N 
N 
N 
F 
P 
I 
P 
N 

G B71 
N 659 
I 
L59 



B71 
W66 



G59 
G68 



W66 



G68 

S66 
L59 



R 

N 

R 

P 

R 

F 

I 

F 

N 

U WIS 

U W66 

P 

N 

N 

P 

U U15 

F B71 

N 

P 

P 

P 

R 

N 

N 

N T37 

I 

N 

F 

N 

N 

P 

N S76 



G68 



G59 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX B 

1/01/1988 - 12/31/1988 



'STRANGE' FILM SERIES BEGINS 

LONDON SHOW WELCOME, BUT TOO LIMITED, TRIBUTE 

BRIGHT PRIDE, BLESSED LAND 

BRIGHT OBJECTS FROM A BLESSED LAND 

FACETS OF 'BRIGHT PRIDE' SHOWN 

LANDSCAPE DESIGN SUBJECT AT ART MUSEUM 

AT N.C. MUSEUM! WATERCOLOR, FOLK ART, ODDITIES 

LECTURE EXAMINES CEREMONY OF NORTHWEST COAST TRIBE 

TLINGIT LADLE, FROM 'BRIGHT PRIDE' 

CINEMA OF BRAZIL SERIES PROMISES WINTER 'SIZZLE' 

OBJECTS OF BRIGHT PRIDE 

CHRISTO'S STRUGGLES DOCUMENTED IN FREE FILM SERIES 

SHAMAN'S FACE MASK INCLUDED IN 'OBJECTS OF BRIGHT PRIDE' 

N.C. MUSEUM OF ART, CAFE 

MUSEUM CAFE BREEZY, ELEGANT, EVEN TASTY 

N.C. MUSEUM OF ART BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

TRIANGLE CHEFS GROUP SELLS TICKETS TO PRESIDENT'S BALL 
I SOLISTI, aiS MAKE MUSIC IN DURHAM WEDNESDAY 
ARTICLES... 

N.C. MUSEUM OF HISTORY 

ARTIFACTS GROWING TARGET OF THIEVES 

SOUTHERN PINES MAN TO TOP OFF MUSEUM SALUTE 

CENTURY OF WEDDING FASHIONS ON DISPLAY 

HERE COME THE (MOVIE) BRIDES 

RALEIGH HISTORY SOUGHT UNDERNEATH PARKING LOT 

N.C. QUILTING, FOR THE RECORD, ON VIEW TODAY 

THE QUILTS OF CAROLINA 

OUR QUILTS; CELEBRATING LIVES AND ART OF NC WOMEN 

FACE JUGS, FOLK POTS 

N.C. MUSEUM OF HISTORY ASSOCIATES 
SEE ALSO N.C, HISTORY 
TV SHOW SPOTLIGHTS AWARD WINNERS 

N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE 

SEE ALSO FUNFEST (N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE) 
DINOSAURS ON PARADE 

DURHAM'S DINOSAURS A POPULAR ATTRACTION 
LET YOUR FINGERS DO THE STALKING 
ARTICLES: DAC SEEKS ENTRIES FOR 'MAGIC FLUTE' POSTER 
'CHILLING' EVENT 
CHEFS CARVE ICE INTO DINOSAURS 
LOCAL TALENT XINS TROUPE FOR 'KING AND V TONIGHT 
EGG HUNTER 
'PREHISTORIC FIND 

BRASS RINGS & WOODEN STEEDS! 'CAROUSEL ART' GETS A TURN... 
MUSEUM IN DURHAM BECOMES BIG ATTRACTION 
JUNIOR LEAGUE HONORS MARY TOMS CAMERON 
'CATCH A BRASS RING' AT DURHAM MUSEUM 
NEW EXHIBIT 
A CAROUSEL OSTRICH 

JUNIOR LEAGUE ALWAYS 'THERE WHEN NEEDED' 
THAT CAROUSEL ART APPRECIATED 
TRIANGLE PUTS FOUR IN FESTIVALS' TOP 1,000 
CHEMICAL SOCIETY'S MAGIC SHOWS START AT SCIENCE MUSEUM 
TRAVELING EYE-CARE EXHIBIT FEATURED AT MUSEUM 
OVERRUNS ON DURHAM PROJECTS COULD BE HIGH 
ENJOY THE FUNFEST FAIR 
THEY'RE OFF 

JAPANESE, 'FUN' FESTIVALS SET 
SCIENCE MUSEUM FUNFEST SATURDAY 
MUSEUM PLANS FUNFEST FAIR 
SOMETHING FOR ALL AT FUNFEST FAIR 
FUN-IN-THE-SUN FEST 

FUNFEST '881 VOLUNTEERS PITCH IN, AND WEATHER COOPERATES... 
FUNFEST RAISED OVER ♦11,000 
SENIOR CITIZENS GROUP ENJOYS SECOND CAREERS 



SUBJECTS 


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I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 11/03/1988 D 


9 N 


H 


2 11/04/1988 D 


8 P R G68 


H 


2 11/11/1988 D 


1 P P 


H 


2 11/11/1988 D 


12 P F W66 


S 


2 11/17/1988 D 


3 P N 


H 


2 11/18/1988 D 


11 N 


H 


2 11/25/1988 D 


11 P N 


S 


2 12/15/1988 D 


10 P N 


H 


2 12/16/1988 D 


19 P P 


H 


2 12/18/1988 E 


12 P N 


S 


2 12/22/1988 D 


1 P F B71 


S 


2 12/22/1988 D 


5 N 


S 


2 12/29/1988 D 


7 P P 



H 2 7/08/1988 D 22 P R D77 



2 1/05/1988 B 1 U H45 
2 1/05/1988 B 3 P U W66 
2 1/07/1988 D 4 N G59 



1/25/1988 B 
2/13/1988 D 
2/16/1988 A 
3/31/1988 D 
8/09/1988 B 
9/16/1988 D 
9/23/1988 D 
9/23/1988 D 
11/10/1988 D 



G59 



N 
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F 
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N W66 
P S73 
F U66 
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H 2 4/05/1988 A 6 P U W15 



1/10/1988 D 
1/12/1988 B 
1/18/1988 C 
1/28/1988 D 
1/28/1988 D 
1/31/1988 B 
2/09/1988 B 
2/15/1988 B 
2/15/1988 C 
3/04/1988 
3/07/1988 
3/08/1988 
3/10/1988 
3/11/1988 
3/11/1988 
3/15/1988 
3/18/1988 
3/29/1988 
3/31/1988 B 
4/12/1988 A 
4/17/1988 D 
4/25/1988 A 
4/26/1988 B 
4/28/1988 D 
4/29/1988 D 
4/29/1988 C 
5/01/1988 B 
5/02/1988 B 
5/03/1988 A 
5/11/1988 A 
5/16/1988 B 



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HANGING OUT WITH HIPPO 

TEACHERS HONORED 

STUDENTS CAN GET FREE SNAIL AT MUSEUM 
SCIENCE MUSEUM PLANS PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

fiaKa^nM! , ) ^ husbjm SAYS AWTINGANIMALS HELPS UITH CARE 
MUSEUM PROVIDES EXTRA CARE THROUGH ADOPTION PROGRAM 

i AJiurtl TTMF 

WSSFS^&ff^X^ science museum 

MUSEUM CENTER COULD HELP BOOST DOWNTOWN 
MUSEUM'S DOWNTOWN MOVE COULD BE GOOD 
LIFE AND SCIENCE MUSEUM WINS AWARD 

S^SNmFeLECTION, RACING PIGS, ARE FEATURED IN FALL CELEBRATIONS 

FREE EYE TESTS TO BE OFFERED AT MUSEUM 

SNAKES ALIVE' 

FREE EYE EXAMS DRAW BIG CROWD TO MUSEUM 

MUSEUM BUILDING CLOSES TRAIN, SANCTUARY TO NOV. 1 

'POSSUM TROT 

TWO-HEADED SNAKE 

THE MIRACLE OF VISION 

BOARD TO STUDY MOVING MUSEUM 

S SKra?%ffilN ™*C0, CONSIDER OFFER 
TEXTBOOK FEATURES MUSEUM 

SCI^M^UM^JNVEIL PROPOSAL TO MOVE DOWNTOWN 

MUSEUM ASKS ADVICE OF PUBLIC 

ABRAH, DIKE OFFER SITE TO MUSEUM 
MUSEUM ASKS CITY TO HELP ^^ 

MUSEUM CENTER COULD BE DOWNTOWN BOOST 
COMPUTER ART ON DISPLAY TODAY 
HUSUEM DISPLAYS COMPUTER ART 
THE ARTFUL SIDE OF COMPUTERS 
GLAXO PLANS PLANT AT AMERICAN 

K S museum J ^ S pSe VIEW OF SCIENCE IN REAL WORLD 
OUTSIDE, LOOKING IN 

SafKil^ iTWlNG PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE 
MUSEUM COLLECTING FOOD 
DINOSAUR IMAGES UNEARTHED 

N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE.ANIHAL HABITAT 

ANIm£ HABITAT AT MUSEUM SETS GROUND BREAKING nATp 

MUSEUM ANIMAL HABITAT BUILDING WILL HOUSE ALLIGATORS, OWLS, BATS 
MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE TO ADD ANIMAL HABITAT BUILDING 
MUSEUM TO SHOW ANIMALS IN NATURAL SETTINGS 
CARENETWORK'S WEEKEND FUND-RAISER PROVES SUCCESSFUL 
MUSEUM STUDIES DOWNTOWN SITE 

N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE, WARD Of DIRECTORS 

MANY VOLUNTEERS HELP MAKE MUSEUM FUNFEST BEST EVER 
MUSEUM ASKS CITY TO HELP 

N ' C ' EHVJftflMJn»«9 FROM CITY'S NEXT BUDGET 
MUSEUM ATTENDANCE BOOM MAY GROW EVEN BIGGER 

N ' C ' SFf^sfeSa^Tl'sS^ra FROM CITY'S NEXT BUMET 
MUSEUM ATTENDANCE BOOM MAY GROWEVEN BIGGER 
MUSEUM IN DURHAM BECOMES BIG ATTRACTION 
MUSEUM OF LIFEAND SCIENCE SHOWS OFF EXPANSION PLANS 
ANIMAL HABITAT AT MUSEUM SETS GROUND BREAKING _ _,„ 

MUSEUM ANIMAL HABITAT BUILDING WILL HOUSE ALLIGATORS, OWLS, BATS 
MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE TO ADD ANIMAL HABITAT BUILDING 



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7/09/1988 B 
7/10/1988 C 
7/23/1988 C 
7/27/1988 A 
7/28/1988 B 
7/29/1988 A 
7/31/1988 D 
8/03/1988 A 
8/09/1988 B 
9/08/1988 D 
9/12/1988 A 
9/12/1988 C 
9/17/1988 C 
10/04/1988 B 
10/08/1988 C 
10/11/1988 B 
10/15/1988 A 
10/19/1988 A 
10/20/1988 A 
10/21/1988 C 
10/25/1988 A 
10/28/1988 A 
10/28/1988 C 
10/31/1988 
10/31/1988 
10/31/1988 
11/01/1988 
11/11/1988 - 
11/14/1988 B 
11/15/1988 C 
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12/15/1988 B 
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9/22/1988 C 
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10/07/1988 A 
10/11/1988 A 
10/20/1988 A 



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S 2 10/31/1988 A 1 N 



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S 2 3/04/1988 C 

S 2 6/03/1988 A 

H 2 6/14/1988 B 



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3/04/1988 C 
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MUSEUM TO SHOW ANIMALS IN NATURAL SETTINGS 

MUSEUM ASKS ADVICE OF PUBLIC 

AMERICAN LOCATION WOULD BOOST MUSEUM 

TUO CAMPUSES WOULD BOOST MUSEUM 

WHICH ONE OF THESE IS NOT LIKE THE OTHERS? 

DON'T SPLIT THE MUSEUM TO IMITATE DISCOVERY PLACE 

GLAXO 'NEW' DURHAM'S 1ST BREATH 

DON'T SEPARATE MUSEUM 

DRAFT ESTIMATES MUSEUM PROJECT AT $12.9 MILLION 

MUSEUM MOVE IF ... 

DON'T MOVE MUSEUM 

WHAT'S BEST FOR MUSEUM? 

KEEP MUSEUM WHERE IT IS 

DISCUSSION SLATED ON MOVING MUSEUM 

MOVING HALF THE FACILITIES DOWNTOWN COULD GIVE THIS MUSEUM... (CARTOON) 

museum would complement good changes downtown 

public meeting today 

put science museum downtown 

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 & science museum 

museum is accessible now 

museum seeks funds for move 

museum move good 

museum move too expensive 

questions remain on museum move 

n.c. museum of life and science, director 
museum director to be guest on cable show 

n.c. museum of life and science, employees 
2 in durham arrested in sales scheme 
durham police uncover 6 chain, pyramid schemes 
museums kelley fired from his job 
robert kelly to fight for museum job 
kelley says he'll fight for his job 
museum official named 
museum fills 2 of 3 vacancies 

n.c. museum of life and science, funfest 
see funfest (n.c. museum of life and science) 

n.c. museum of life and science, gifts and fund raising 
curves ahead in women's fashions 
making plans 

calif. firm gives $800 to durham museum 
museum seeks funds for move 

n.c. museum of life and science, grants 

museum of life and science gets *75,000 federal grant 
strayhorn retiring as general counsel for first wachovia corp. 
museum given $10,000 grant 

n.c. museum of life and science, renovations 
bond issue barely scratches surface 
museum studies downtown site 

n.c. museum of life and science, santa train 
it beats flying 

n.c. museum of life and science, volunteers 
articles: volunteers needed 
volunteer services seeks teen's help 

n.c. museum of natural history 
more trips, tours 



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10/31/1988 A 

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11/10/1988 A 

11/15/1988 B 

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11/23/1988 

11/25/1988 

11/25/1988 

11/29/1988 

11/30/1988 

12/08/1988 

12/11/1988 

12/13/1988 

12/14/1988 

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12/15/1988 

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12/18/1988 

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5/28/1988 A 
6/01/1988 A 
8/17/1988 C 
8/18/1988 B 
8/18/1988 C 
9/02/1988 B 
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S 2 3/31/1988 C 8 P P S76 

H 2 7/26/1988 B 8 N 

S 2 12/21/1988 A 1 N M06 



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S 2 6/11/1988 A 8 P N W82 
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N.C. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



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SEE ALSO NCM DEVELOPMENT GROUP ._„__ 

MRS. TURNER, FORMER MUTUAL VICE PRSIDENT 

MUTUAL FOUNDER STARTED AS BOOTBLACK IN BARBER SHOP 

SPAULDING ACHIEVEMENTS IMPRESSIVE 

nUnHhWlBULII FOR BUSINESS YIAR 
PLEDGING HELP 

^l^MM S^E MASTER D'AHBOISE HAS PLANS... 
N^CT MUTUAL INSURANCE CELEBRATES 90TH YEAR 

N,C SE^SSoW»TO«B NATIONALBANK yu 

DURHAM SHARES AS MOVIE FIRMS SPEND IN N.C. 

MTMR RANK RFTNG SUES 

CAR? CO^ FIGHTING MALL DEVELOPER OVER ROAD ACCESS 

INSIDER TRADING 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

INSIDER TRADING 

BANKING AND BASKETBALL 

INSIDER TRADING 

INSIDER TRADING 

S^ZONE FOR A IUSINESS PA* 

TNSTI£R TRADING 

BANKSRELIEVED LARGE TELEPHONE FAILURE CAME ON WEEKEND 

INSIDER TRADING 

INSIDER TRADING 

RR 8 I^M BH^JIIHHl BA^S SCOOP UP CLIENTS... 
NCNB TO BUILD 60-STORY OFFICE TOWER 
INSIDER TRADING 

NCNB^lllKlNG FOR TEXAS' LARGEST BANK, FIRST REPUBLIC 

TW^.KnKS RAISE PRIME: RATE REACHES 9 1/2X, HIGHEST IN 2 YEARS 
bankers: do not fear PRIME INTEREST RATE HIKE 
INSIDER TRADING 

3S DURUM! NCNB RESCUE FIRST REPUBLICBANK 

INSIDER TRADING _„ 

NCNB BEGINS REOPENING TEXAS BANK r _ M<m rm „ w 
SHEARON HARRIS BROUGHT OFF LINE FOR FIRST REFUELING 
NCNB ASSUMES CONT ROL OF FIRST REPUBLIC 
FIRST REPUBLIC PROTECTED 

E&%888l&&Jtt& to face scrutiny 

CONGRESS UNHAPPY ABOUT NCNB DEAL 

INSIDER TRADING 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

WS£®&®&%MBB KFORE ft* KRGER 
RECORD BROKEN FOR BANK FAILURES IN TEXAS 
DURHAM MAN HELPS WITH NCNB TAKEOVER 

TUCTT^P TRATJING 

HUTO HADE ON TEXAS NCNBj BIG DEPOSITORS APPARENTLY CONCERNED... 
ANALYSTS WONDER IF NCNB Cm KEEP SOUTHEAST LEAD 
INSIDER TRADING 

C^ALOG'STON^FINAaY HAVE A DEODORANT THEY CAN FIGHT OVER 
NOMB*S NEW 1 MARKET CENTER BANK TO RANK AMONG SMALLEST IN REGION 
NCNB BUYS 20% SHARE OF TEXAS NATIONAL BANK 
NCNB IS SOLE BIDDER FOR UADDELL PROPERTY 
COURT REJECTS NCNB BID FOR WADDELL OFFICE 
NCNB TEXAS' PROFITABILITY BOOSTS EARNINGS 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK, SALES AND EARNINGS 
FIRST UNION, NCNB ON TOP 20 LIST 
NCNB'S '87 PROFITS DOWN W1.9 MILLION 
HOME BUSINESSES ACCOUNT FOR THIRD OF NEW STARTS 



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2/03/1988 D 
2/04/1988 B 
2/07/1988 B 
2/18/1988 D 
2/21/1988 B 
3/12/1988 C 
3/13/1988 B 
3/27/1988 B 
4/10/1988 C 
5/03/1988 C 
5/15/1988 C 
5/24/1988 B 
5/29/1988 C 
6/05/1988 B 
6/09/1988 A 
6/10/1988 B 
6/15/1988 A 
6/26/1988 B 
7/03/1988 D 
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7/10/1988 D 
7/15/1988 A 
7/16/1988 A 
7/17/1988 B 
7/29/1988 C 
7/30/1988 
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SHALL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION HONORS STATE SEN. ROYALL 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK (CHAPEL HILL, N.C,) 

POLICE LOG/VANDAL SHATTERS NCNB PLAZA DOOR 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK (UNIVERSITY DRIVE) 
EIGHT FROM DURHAM FACE U.S. CHARGES 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK BUILDING (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
WINDOW WASHING BLUES 
POLICE LOG/SCRATCHED MIRRORS LEAD TO ARREST 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK CORP. 
SEE N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK CORPORATE CENTER 

NCNB TO BUILD 60-STORY OFFICE TOWER 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK FACULTY AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUGUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, FACULTY 
FUQUA PROF GETS NCNB FACULTY AWARD 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK PLAZA (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 
CHARLOTTE TOWER TRADED 

N.C. NATIONAL GUARD 

SEE ALSO ARMED FORCES, RESERVES 

SEE ALSO MILITARY 

SEE ALSO N.C. AIR NATIONAL GUARD 

GUARD 30TH INFAKTRY BRIGADE NOU HAS NEW COMMANDER 

DURHAM MAN NAMED TOP ENLISTED GUARD 

IMPROVED NAT'L GUARD FIRING RANGE WOULD BE CLOSED IF N.C. GETS COLLIDER 

SUPER COLLIDER WOULD CLOSE NATIONAL GUARD FIRING RANGE 

LET CATCH ANSWER QUESTIONS 

N.C. MILITIA COULD USE FEW GOOD MEN, HARD CASH 

NATIONAL GUARD PROMOTION ANNOUNCED 

BLACKWOOD WILL SERVE AS NATIONAL GUARD ADVISER 

GUARD HAS NO PLANS TO LEAVE CAMP BUTNER 

TRAINING IN MISSISSIPPI 

STATE PLANS NO CHANGES IN MARIJUANA ERADICATION 

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD COMMISSIONS 3 AREA MEN 

N.C. NATIONAL GUARD PREPARES TO TRAIN IN ITALY 

MANY GREENSBORO RESERVISTS SAY THEY JOINED TO AVOID THE DRAFT 

GUARD LEADER! SERVICE GETTING 'BUM RAP' 

GUARD'S EFFECTIVENESS DISPUTED 

UNITS OF ARMY NATIONAL GUARD MOVE INTO NEW HANGAR AND ARMORY AT RDU 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

N.C. NATIONAL GUARD, ARMORIES 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY (DURHAM, N.C.) 
N.C. ARMORIES WILL OFFER SHELTER 
CARRBORO PUSHING FOR COMMUNITY CENTER 

N.C. NATURAL GAS CORP. 

SEE ALSO NATURAL GAS, PRODUCERS 
AHCSKIE-TO-WILMINGTON PIPELINE 'LONG SHOT' -NATURAL GAS CHIEF 
LEGISLATOR CRITICIZES GAS COMPANIES' LACK OF EXPANSION 
HAVRETIC: RURAL ECONOMIC GROWTH LINKED TO NATURAL GAS 
NEWSPAPER HOSTAGES CARRY ON 
NATURAL GAS RATE INCREASES ARE APPROVED 
NATURAL GAS COMPANIES GRANTED RATE INCREASES 

N.C. NATURAL HERITAGE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO WILDERNESS AREAS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO WILDLIFE CONSERVATION 
CONSERVANCY BEGINS SURVEY OF CHATHAM 



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H 2 1/02/1988 C 2 N 



CHH 1 9/30/1988 A 
CHH 1 12/27/1988 A 



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S 2 11/02/1988 C 3 N 
H 2 10/23/1988 F 1 N 



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*^^flfi$ffiiEt saddens conservationists 

CONSERVANCY BUYS TRACT FOR UILDLIFIREFUGE 

WILDLIFE REFUGE PROPOSED ALONG ROANOKE 

RTI EARMARKS $400,000 FOR ON-CAMPUS WILD CARE 

CEDAR GROVE LAND HELD SURPRISE FOR NATURE CONSERVANCY 

CONSERVMCY BUYS 35 ACRES TO PROTECT RARE PLANT SPECIES 

LAND BOUGHT FOR WILDLIFE REFUGE 

CONSERVANCY ACQUIRES MORE WETLANDS 

N.C. NETWORK FOR ANIMALS INC. 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL RIGHTS 

^S/SJf9^W^^ DISSECTION IN SCHOOLS 

cpAprun Tl-E FROGS 

PREVENTING LITTERS WILL HELP REDUCE UNWANTED ANIMALS 

PREVENT-A-LITTER MONTH 

UNC RALLY PLANNED FOR ANIMAL RIGHTS 
GROUP TO PROTEST TREATMENT OF LAB ANIMALS 
BOYCOTT URGED OF 'MILK-FED' VEAL 
BOYCOTT 'MILK-fED VEAL' 

ANm-BSED DIET PROTESTS ARE RELATED TO HUMAN NEEDS 
ANIMAL PROTECTION PAINTERS 

SERVICE FOR ANIMALS 

ANIMAL NETWORK TO PROTEST RODEOS 

ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUP PROBES UNC FACILITY 

ACTIVISTS PLAN PROTEST AGAINST USING ANIMAL FUR 

NO FURS TRADED HERE 

POLICE SEIZE TOOTHLESS BEAR FROM NIGHTCLUB 

PETA HEAD CALL MOVE 'HISTORIC 

N.C. NURSES ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO NURSES. N.C. 

cm i rrr rajp NURSES 

O^TIVESOLUTIONS NEEDED FOR NURSING SHORTAGE, PANELISTS SAY 
DESPITE SHORTAGE, NURSES OPPOSED USE OF TECHNOLOGISTS 
NURSES OPPOSE TECHNOLOGISTS 

N.C. NURSES EXAM _ . m 

see also n.c. board of nursing 

Strong medicine N urged for unc nursing iprograms 
nccu nursing program may face '88 shutdown 

BOARD APPROVES UNC DRUG POLICY 
NCCU NURSING SCHOOL MAY FACE CLOSING 

RKgWtEdT £££?%* NCCU NURSING CHAIRMANSHIP 

NIC. ttN^SNURSING CHAIRMAN GETS COURT INJUNCTION 

NEW LEADER MAY KEEP NURSING PROGRAM ALIVE 

REVIEW SESSION OFFERED TO NURSES 

STATE TESTING TO DECIDE FATE OF NCCU NURSING PROGRAM 

NCCU TURNS NURSING PROGRAM AR0UND5 93X PASS BOARDS 

93X OF NCCU NURSING STUDENTSPASS STATE EXAM 

NCCU TEST SCORES SIGN OF PROGRESS, STATE OFFICIAL SAYS 

UNC NURSING CLASS POSTS 88X PASS RATE 

NCCU NURSING SCORES ARE SIGN OF PROGRESS 

ALL DURHAM TECH NURSING GRADS PASS EXAM 

NCCU NURSING GRADS HELP SCHOOL PASSJEST 

SPANGLER NOT HAPPY WITH NCCU LAW SCORES 

nRMM TFTH DOES JOB WELL 

NraJNURSING CHAIRMAN PRESENTS PLAN CALLING FOR GRADUATE PROGRAM... 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE NURSING STUDENTS TOP UNC ON EXAM 

THE ADVANTAGE OF EXPERIENCE 

EVALUATION TEAM LOOKING AT NCCU NURSING PROGRAM 

PCC NURSING STUDENTS ALL PASS EXAMINATION 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



1/12/1988 B 

1/16/1988 C 

2/01/1988 B 

5/28/1988 A 

8/01/1988 A 

12/17/1988 C 

12/19/1988 C 

12/24/1988 C 



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



3/02/1988 A 

3/07/1988 A 

4/02/1988 A 

4/05/1988 A 

4/11/1988 A 

4/14/1988 C 

5/02/1988 A 

5/03/1988 A 

5/06/1988 A 

5/27/1988 A 

6/07/1988 A 

6/24/1988 B 

6/26/1988 A 

7/25/1988 A 

9/20/1988 C 

10/05/1988 A 

11/04/1988 B 

12/03/1988 A 

12/08/1988 D 

12/11/1988 A 

12/28/1988 C 

12/31/1988 A 



N 

N H60 
N 

N U82 
U L41 
N H60 
i N H60 
N H60 



L 

L 

L 

L 

N 

N 

L 

L 

N 

F 

L 

N P38 

P T44 

L 

P T37 

L 

N 

N S17 

N 

P T44 

N 

N S17 



PF S27 



H 2 5/10/1988 A 4 L 

H 2 9/02/1988 C 1 N C60 

H 2 10/30/1988 A 13 P N 

S 2 10/31/1988 C 6 N 



H 


2 


1/15/1988 C 


1 


NL90 


S 


2 


1/15/1988 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/16/1988 C 


1 


N L90 


S 


2 


1/27/1988 A 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 


2/12/1988 A 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


2/13/1988 A 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


2/27/1988 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


3/22/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


5/21/1988 A 


9 


N 


S 


2 


7/13/1988 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 


9/01/1988 A 


1 


N N36 


S 


2 


9/01/1988 A 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 


9/02/1988 B 


12 


N N36 


CHH 1 


9/02/1988 A 


2 


N 


S 


2 


9/03/1988 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


9/03/1988 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/04/1988 D 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


9/10/1988 A 


3 


N L90 


H 


2 


9/12/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/22/1988 B 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 10/11/1988 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/26/1988 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/23/1988 C 


1 


N N36 


H 


1 12/13/1988 C 


3 


N 



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12/31/1988 



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N.C OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 

SEE ALSO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 
CONSTRUCTION FIRM QUIET ON CAUSE OF WORKERS' DEATHS 
TWO DURHAM AGENCIES GET SOUTHERN COMMUNITIES GRANTS 

N.C. OFFICE COMPANY 

EUROPA CONTRACTOR FILES LAWSUIT FOR PAY 

N.C. OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 
COMPROMISE BILL WINS HOUSE OK 

LAWMAKERS SAYS SENATE CAPITULATED TO HOUSE ON BILL 
CRITICS SAY AGENCY LACKS SUPERVISION 
WORKER'S PAY HIKE CONCERNS OFFICIALS 
STATE EMPLOYEE'S PAY RAISES CONCERN SOME OFFICIALS 

N.C. OFFICE OF ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE 

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

N.C. OFFICE OF CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL EXAMINER 
DEALING WITH DEATH — SCIENTIFICALLY 

N.C. OFFICE OF CHILD DAY CARE LICENSING 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS, LICENSING REQUIREMENTS 
2 AGENCIES PROBE DURHAM DAY-CARE NEGLECT CHARGE 
STATE RAPS DAY-CARE DIRECTORS FOR HIDING INCIDENT 

N.C. OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 
SEE ALSO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SYSTEM PROPOSED IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

N.C. OFFICE OF MOTION PICTURE DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO FILMMAKING 
SEE ALSO N.C, FILMMAKING 

STUDY PANEL TO DISCUSS CREATING SCHOOL OF FILM 

PANEL BACKS BOOST FOR N.C. FILM OFFICE 

N.C. MUST PUSH FOR FILM MONEY, RESEARCHER SAYS 

N.C. OFFICE OF SOLICITATION LICENSING 
SEE ALSO CHARITIES 
SEE ALSO SOLICITING 
SOME FUND-RAISERS LEAVE CHARITY GROUPS WITH LITTLE 

N.C. PARENT AND CITIZEN TEST REVIEW COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, ACHIEVEMENT TESTS 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, ANNUAL TESTING PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO STANDARDIZED TESTS 
ACHIEVEMENT TESTS MAY BE EXPANDED 

N.C. PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO PARKS, N.C 
STATE PARKS COUNCIL BACKS PRIMITIVE ROAD ALONG FONTANA LAKE 

N.C. PAROLE COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO PAROLE 
N.C. PRISON POPULATION ABOVE CAP 
LEGISLATORS SHOULD CLIP PAROLE AGENCY'S WINGS 
PRISON OFFICIALS PREDICT INCREASE IN EARLY RELEASES 

N.C. PEOPLE (TV SERIES) 

DURHAM'S OWN ELI EVANS ON N.C PEOPLE (AD) 
VIEW OF LT. GOVERNOR HOPEFULS 'REFRESHING' 
WRITER FEATURED 

N.C. PERSONfH. COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. STATE PERSONNEL COMMISSION 

N.C. PESTICIDE COMMISSION 



H 2 2/19/1988 B 6 N 
H 2 11/03/1988 C 6 N 



CHH 1 12/29/1988 A 3 N H90 



H 2 7/12/1988 B 16 N 

H 2 7/13/1988 A 9 N 

H 2 7/27/1988 A 9 N 

S 2 8/29/1988 A 7 N 

H 2 8/30/1988 B 7 N 



CHH 1 7/20/1988 A 1 P N M25 



S 2 2/22/1988 A 1 N MM 
S 2 5/19/1988 C 1 N M06 



H 1 12/21/1988 C 1 NT33 



H 2 4/09/1988 A 14 N 
S 2 5/07/1988 B 7 N 
CHH 1 8/22/1988 A 3 P N S17 



H 2 2/14/1988 B 7 N 



H 1 2/04/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 5/28/1988 A 11 P N 



H 2 8/11/1988 B 7 N 
S 2 11/11/1988 A 4 E 
H 2 12/05/1988 B 1 N 



H 2 5/29/1988 D 11 P A 
CHH 1 10/11/1988 A 4 L 
S 2 10/27/1988 D 5 N 



I 



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12/31/1988 



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^pulic hearings* Iet ON PESTICIDE SPRAYING 
COALITION SEEKS TOUGHER PESTICIDE REGULATIONS 
STRICTER CROP DUSTING RULES BEING OPPOSED 
NINE DISTRIBUTORS AGREE TO REMOVE CHLORDANE IN N.C. 
PANEL ADVISES NEW GUIDELINES FOR PESTICIDES 

N.C. PESTICIDE NETWORK 
SFF Al <M PESTICIDES 
COALITION SEEKS TOUGHER PESTICIDE REGULATIONS 

N.C. PETROLEUM MARKETERS ASSOCIATION almAt v 

NEW GAS TANK LAW NAY CLOSE SOKE SMALLER RETAILERS 

N C PHARMACY BOARD 

' HSS^SSSS^U^mum. IN 2 HEART DEATHS 
PHARMACIST SUSPENDED IN DEATHS 

N.C. POETRY SOCIETY 
cjrc ALSO POETRY 

articles: best to sing with Savoyards in spring 

'TAR HEEL FICTION' SOUNDS VERY LIKE A COLLEGE COURSE 

HffiEGS TAR*HEEL POETRY SOCIETY'S ANNUALAUARDS 
TAR HEEL POET OFFERS NEW ENCOURAGEMENT FOR FELLOW WORKERS 

N.C. POLICE COMBAT PISTOL LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM POLICE DEPT., PISTOL TEAM 
SEE ALSO GUNS 

SEE ALSO POLICE, N.C. 

DURHAM'S TOP GUNS AIM FOR HONORS 

N.C. POLL 

SEE CAROLINA POLL 

N.C. PORTS AUTHORITY 

^TA^PORT^AUTHORITY PLANS TO LAY OFF 19 WORKERS AFTER 1ST LOSS... 
DIRECTOR PLANS TO IMPROVE STATE PORTS "NANCIALSITUATION 
LEGISLATIVE GROUP SEEKS STREAMLINING OF STATE PORTS 
PORT IMPROVEMENTS NEEDED 

N.C. PORTS AUTHORITY, BUDGET Tnu 

PORTS AUTHORITY WANTS NEARLY $50 MILLION 

A NORTH CAROLINA POSTCARD ALBUJMBOOK) 

NORTH CAROLINA POSTCARD BOOK AVAILABLE 

POSTCARD ALBUM CHRONICLES ERA IN HISTORY OF STATE 

N.C. PRACTICAL NURSES 

SE TEC1MUATCS PASS NATIONAL NURSING TEST 

**£K1BBnani OF NEWSPAPER EDITORS 

H IU W8$fr*T*&W&B OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO N.C. PRESS CLUB 

PRESS GROUP TO PRESENT 1987 AWARDS 

WARNING HERALD WRITERS RECEIVE N.C.PRESS AWARDS 

GOVERNOR PRAISES NEWSPAPER EDITORS ON RED TIDE STORY 

DURHAM SUN GETS COOPERATION AWARD 

JORDAN, MARTIN SWINGAT IMAGES, „NOTISSyjS 

THORNBURG SAYS HE KEPT PROMISE ON OPEN RECORDS 

N.C. KEEPING QUIET ON LEGAL CASES 

REPORTERS MUST PERSIST TO REACH TRUTH 

NEWSPAPER CAUTIOUS COVERING PJL 

ROLLINS RETIREMENT ENDS ERA AT DURHAM PAPERS 



S 
H 
S 
H 
H 



1/30/1988 C 

2/20/1988 C 

3/04/1988 C 

11/05/1988 B 

12/30/1988 A 



3 
14 
3 
5 
6 



N 
N 

N 046 
N 
N 



H 2 2/20/1988 C 14 N 
H 2 12/22/1988 B 5 N 



2 8/25/1988 A 11 
2 9/22/1988 B 11 



H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 



3/03/1988 D 
3/06/1988 E 
3/12/1988 A 
5/01/1988 E 
9/04/1988 E 



9 
3 
10 
3 
3 P 



N G59 
U H45 
N 

U H45 
U H45 



S 2 3/19/1988 A 1 P N B53 



H 1 9/02/1988 C 3 N 

H 2 9/07/1988 B 4 N 

S 2 11/23/1988 C 6 N 

H 2 12/08/1988 A 4 L 



H 2 9/30/1988 C 3 N 



S 2 12/15/1988 D 14 N 
H 2 12/18/1988 D 3 P U H45 



H 2 12/20/1988 A 15 N 



1/21/1988 
1/22/1988 
1/22/1988 
1/22/1988 
1/23/1988 
1/23/1988 
2/02/1988 
2/03/1988 
2/04/1988 
3/11/1988 



12 N 080 
1 P N 
1 N 
1 N 
1 P N L40 

14 P N 
5 J Oil 
5 J Oil 
5 J Oil 
1 P N N36 



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1/01/1988 - 



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12/31/1988 



Y SUBJECTS 



RESIDENTS SAY ZEBULON BOARD TRYING TO STIFLE PUBLIC OPINION 

EDITORIAL WRITERS CONFERENCE TODAY ON '88 CAMPAIGN 

STATE COURT WILL ALLOW CAMERAS IN COURTROOMS TWO MORE YEARS 

PRESS ASSOCIATION ELECTS OFFICERS 

UNC TO FIGHT PAYING NEWSPAPER $30, 000 

CRIMINAL LIBEL LAWS SERIOUSLY UNDERMINE 1ST AMENDMENT 

CANDIDATES LIKELY TO FEEL PUSH FOR MORE OPENNESS 

STATE LOSING MEETINGS WAR TO SOUTH CAROLINA RESORTS 

BOARD TO BROUGH: MUM TO REPORTERS 

COUNCIL MEMBERS FAVOR REVIEW OF TOWN LAWYER POLICY 

MEDIA COSTS LESS THAN IX OF BILL 

THORNBURGJ SUPERCOMPUTER INFORMATION SHOULD BE AVAILABLE 

JUDGE CRITICIZED FOR PROHIBITING STORY PUBLICATION 

HERALD JOINS SUIT OVER COMPUTER CENTER RECORDS 

SUN JOINS SUIT OVER RECORDS 

FOREIGN OFFICIALS QUESTION U.S. POLITICS 

DUKE UNIVERSITY MAY BUILD CENTER TO STUDY FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS 

N.C. PRESS CLUB 

SEE ALSO N.C. PRESS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO REPORTERS, N.C. 

PRESS CLUB TO HONOR MEMBERS 

HERALD REPORTERS WIN 10 TOP N.C. PRESS CLUB AWARDS 

4 SUN WRITERS WIN 7 PRESS CLUB AWARDS 

DUKE EMPLOYEES RECEIVE AWARDS FROM PRESS CLUB 

N.C. PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, N.C. <SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHERS, N.C. 

SORENSON CAPTURES TOP N.C. PHOTO PRIZE 

SUN PHOTOGRAPHERS WIN N.C. AWARDS 

N.C. PRESS WOMEN 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
SEE ALSO REPORTERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TRIANGLE WOMEN IN COMMUNICATIONS 
AFTER HOURS EDITOR WINS PRESS AWARD 

N.C. PRIMARY READING PROGRAM 
SEE READING 

N.C. PROPERTY TAX COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. AD VALOREM TAX DIVISION 
SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 
ALPHIN NAMED TO COMMISSION 

N.C. PUBLIC SCHOOL FORUM 

SEE PUBLIC SCHOOL FORUM OF N.C. 

N.C. PUBLIC SERVICE CO, 

SEE PUBLIC SERVICE CO, OF N.C. 

N.C. PUBLIC TELEVISION FOUNDATION 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. CENTER FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION 
N.C. PUBLIC TELEVISION OFFERS DEBATE COVERAGE 

N.C. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD 
SEE ALSO MASS TRANSIT 
SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF TRANSPORTATION 
3 COUNTIES TO STUDY TRANSPORTATION LINK 

N.C. QUILT PROJECT 
SEE ALSO QUILTS 
N.C. QUILTING, FOR THE RECORD, ON VIEW TODAY 
THE QUILTS OF CAROLINA 

OUR QUILTS; CELEBRATING LIVES AND ART OF NC WOMEN 
VARIETY OF QUILTS ARE ON DISPLAY 

N.C. RAILROAD 



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S 

E 
C -PG 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 

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



4/09/1988 A 
4/23/1988 B 
7/02/1988 A 
7/31/1988 
8/02/1988 
8/22/1988 
8/23/1988 
9/04/1988 
9/13/1988 
9/14/1988 
9/14/1988 
9/27/1988 
10/06/1988 
10/26/1988 
10/26/1988 
11/14/1988 B 
12/16/1988 A 



19 
5 

11 
7 
3 
5 
5 
3 
1 
1 
1 
8 

16 
1 
1 
4 
1 



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N 
N 
N 
N 

N L90 
J Oil 
J Oil 
N 
» N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N 
N 

N A54 
N 

J Oil 
N S51 



* 



S 2 3/16/1988 C 7 N 

H 2 3/20/1988 A 1 N 

S 2 3/21/1988 A 1 N 

H 2 3/31/1988 B 5 N 



2 12/12/1988 B 1 P N T32 
2 12/12/1988 A 3 P N 



S 2 4/25/1988 A 1 P N 



2 6/14/1988 C 3 N 



CHH 1 9/06/1988 A 7 P N 



S 2 11/29/1988 A 



N H65 



H 2 9/16/1988 D 8 N W66 

H 2 9/23/1988 D 1 P P S73 

H 2 9/23/1988 D 12 P F W66 

S 2 10/18/1988 B 1 P F S27 



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(CORRECTED 3-1-88) 



MASS TRANSIT IDEAS DISCUSSED BUT HIGHWAYS TO GET PRIORITY 

N.C. RATING BUREAU __ 
SEE N.C. INSURANCE RATING BUREAU 

N.C. REAL ESTATE LICENSING BOARD 
SEE ALSO LICENSING BOARDS 
SEE ALSO N.C, ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS 
UADDELL MONEY HISSING 

N.C. REGISTRY OF THE INTERPRETERS FOR THE DEAF 
SEE DEAF 

N.C. REINSURANCE FACILITY 

SEE ALSO AUTO INSURANCE SURCHARGES 
SEE ALSO N.C. INSURANCE RATING BUREAU 

AUTO INSURANCE SURCHARGES SET ON SOME POLICIES 

REINSURANCE FACILITY REVISES SURCHARGE 

HIGH PREMIUMS SHOULD PUNISH POOR DRIVERS 

AUTO INSURANCE LAW TO HELP SAFE DRIVERS 

REINSURANCE FACILITY FILES RATE HIKE 

N.C. RESCUE COLLEGE 

SEE N.C. FIRE AND RESCUE COLLEGE 

N.C. RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, N.C. 
BESTING NEXT HAN LURES RESTAURATEURS 
TIPS 4 TAXESj NEW LAU HAS RESTAURANTS SCRAMBLING. 

N.C. RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION „ M 

ATTORNEY GENERAL KEEPS TABS ON BUSINESS ADS 

HAWKE5 JORDAN FLIP-FLOPPED ON CAMPAIGN SPENDING BILL 

MAIL ORDER TAX BILL OPPOSED 

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

SE roVE^ I OF T MISSISSIPPI VISITS N.C. TO CAMPAIGN FOR DEMOCRATIC TICKET 

N.C. SAVINGS AND LOAN LEAGUE ,„.„„„,„« 

SEE ALSO N.C. LEAGUE OF SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS 
SEE ALSO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 
LEAGUE SAYS NOW IS TIME TO BUY HOME 

N r SDU-ARS' PROGRAM 

SEEWJ30SCH0L/WSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 
50 PERSON COUNTY STUDENTS ARE HONORED FORACADEMICS 
SCHOOLS OK MORE CREDIT FOR ADVANCED COURSES 

^^WZI^JSSSSTmL SOCOL OF JOURNALISM 
SCHOLASTIC PRESS HONORS AWARDED 

N.C. SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION 

SE 01&WTHREAfB« LAWSUIT AGAINST 3 BOARDS FOR ELECTION BIAS 
TEACHER OFFICES PROPOSAL DRAWS FIRE IN ASSEMBLY 
N.C. GETTING FEWER SCHOOL SYSTEMS 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD SEARCH PANE. DIDN'T ANNOUNCE SESSION 

SCHOOL BOARD GETS OFF TO POOR START IN SEARCH _ tw 

SCHOOL OFFICIAL CLAIMS N.C. BUILDING STANDARDS TOO STRICT 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, GIFTED 
SEE ALSO MATHEMATICS 

ycy HAMT9 

SNOW DOESN'T LET THESE STUDENTS MISS SCHOO. _ 

MARYLAND GOVERNOR CHECKS OUT SCIENCE, MATH SCHOOL FOR HIS STATE 

MARYLAND GOV. TOURS MATH SCHOOL 



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H 2 2/16/1988 B 1 N 046 



CHH 1 10/05/1988 A 1 N M70 



H 2 1/08/1988 A 10 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 

H 2 11/24/1988 A 19 N 



S 2 1/04/1988 C 1 N W82 
H 2 2/24/1988 B 1 T N C80 



H 2 2/01/1988 C 
H 2 4/23/1988 B 
H 2 6/16/1988 A 



1 N 
8 N 
1 P N L40 



H 2 10/15/1988 B 3 N 



H 2 5/29/1988 F 1 N 



H 1 6/03/1988 C 1 N _ 
S 2 8/19/1988 C 1 N S92 



CHH 1 7/05/1988 A 7 N 



H 
H 
S 
H 

S 
CHH 



3/29/1988 C 
6/24/1988 C 
6/28/1988 B 
6/30/1988 B 
7/04/1988 A 
9/22/1988 A 



1 

14 
5 
1 
4 
3 



N M10 
N 

J Oil 
N J40 
E 
N M25 



S 2 1/05/1988 B 1 P P L38 

H 2 1/09/1988 C 1 N J40 

H 2 1/27/1988 B 2 N 

H 2 1/30/1988 C 3 P N J40 



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1/01/1988 - 



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12/31/1988 



BY SUBJECTS 



N 
P 

TALKING SHOP S 

MATH SCHOOL PANEL HOLDS FIRST MEETING H 

MATH SCHOOL STUDENTS STAGE MOCK PRIMARY, FAVOR DOLE, DUKAKIS H 

MATH SCHOOL HEAD SEEKS CHANGES IN FACULTY COUNCIL H 

MATH SCHOOL'S TRAVELING WORKSHOP AIDS TEACHERS H 

SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATH— 10 YEARS OLD AND GROWING H 

GOV. MARTIN TO VISIT MATH SCHOOL H 

MARTIN VISITS MATH SCHOOL H 

MARTIN RUBS ELBOWS WITH STUDENTS AT SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATH S 

COUNTY STUDENTS INVITO TO 'SUMMER VENTURES* H 

STUDENTS HONORED AT LUNCHEON H 

CHINESE TOUR SCHOOL H 

LIBERAL ARTS PROGRAM TAKES UNUSUAL TWISTS H 

SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAM GETS GRANT H 
ONE OF A KIND SCHOOL FOR ONE OF A KIND KIDS. NEW DURHAM DELIVERS. (AD) H 

COMPUTERS TO PLAY DIFFERENT ROLE IN SCHOOLS OF 2000, TEACHERS TOLD H 

41 NAMED TO PANEL STUDYING SCHOOL MERGER H 

REDISTRIBUTE SCHOOL RESOURCES H 

ON DESSERT BINGE H 

SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATH OFFERS HOPE H 

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER NAMED H 

MOVING-IN DAY H 

MUSEUM TO SHOW ANIMALS IN NATURAL SETTINGS S 

DURHAM STUDENTS 'ELECT' GEORGE BUSH H 

SWEATERS, CHECKS AND BOWS H 

WORKERS IGNITE LEAVES ON ROOF AT MATH SCHOOL H 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ADMINISTRATION 
SCHOOL NAMES DEVELOPMENT OFFICER 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ADMISSIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ENROLLMENT 
SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, STUDENTS 

MATH SCHOOL MAILS OUT APPLICATIONS 

MATH SCHOOL ACCEPTS 14 COUNTY PUPILS 

SCIENCE, MATH SCHOOL 'INVITES' 14 FROM DURHAM 

NCSSM BEGINS RECRUITING STUDENTS FOR CLASS OF '91 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ALUMNI 

ALUMNI TELL WHAT THEY VALUED MOST AT MATH SCHOOL 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, AUDIT 
AUDITORS FIND RECORD FLAWS AT MATH SCHOOL 
AUDIT FINDS MATH SCHOOL FLUNKING ON BOOKKEEPING 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, DONATIONS 
SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ENROLLMENT 
SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, FUND RAISING 

MATH SCHOOL'S TRAVELING WORKSHOP AIDS TEACHERS 

AUDITORS FIND RECORD FLAWS AT MATH SCHOOL 

AUDIT FINDS MATH SCHOOL FLUNKING ON BOOKKEEPING 

MORE SALARY MONEY SOUGHT BY NCSSM 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, CALENDAR AND SCHEDULE 
SCIENCE AND MATH SCHOOL TO OPEN EARLY 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, CONSTRUCTION 
SCHOOL'S NEW BUILDING NEARLY READY 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, CURRICULUM 
MATH SCHOOL'S TRAVELING WORKSHOP AIDS TEACHERS 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, DIRECTOR'S OFFICE 

EILBER IS GOOD CHOICE TO HEAD MERGER STUDY S 

MATH SCHOOL DIRECTOR TO LEAD MERGER GROUP (CORRECTED 6-29-88) S 

SCIENCE AND MATH SCHOOL DIRECTOR RESIGNS H 

EILBER SERVES SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY WELL S 

COMMITTEE FORMED TO FIND DIRECTOR FOR MATH SCHOOL H 

GROUP FORMS TO FIND MATH SCHOOL HEAD S 



D — DATE- 



S 
E 

C -PG 



1/30/1988 
2/18/1988 
2/24/1988 
3/05/1988 
3/14/1968 
3/14/1988 
3/18/1988 B 
3/25/1988 C 
3/25/1988 C 
4/16/1988 B 
4/23/1988 B 
5/17/1988 C 
5/19/1988 B 
5/21/1988 A 
6/12/1988 C 
6/24/1988 B 
6/29/1988 B 
7/27/1988 A 
7/30/1988 A 
8/01/1988 A 
8/05/1988 B 
8/22/1988 B 
10/07/1988 A 
10/29/1988 A 
11/01/1988 A 
11/04/1988 C 



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T 
Y 

P BYL 

P K30 

N J40 

N J40 

N J40 

N J40 

N J40 

N 
P P S76 
P N S92 

N 

N 
P P 
P N P38 

N 
P A 

N J40 
P N A54 

L 
P P T32 

L 

N 

P 

N 



K30 

H65 

N J40 

U WIS 

N 



H 2 6/15/1988 B 5 N 



H 2 1/14/1988 B 3 N 

S 2 5/27/1988 C 1 N 

H 2 5/28/1988 C 8 N 

H 2 9/27/1988 C 3 N 



H 2 6/11/1988 C 1 N W29 



S 2 7/20/1988 C 1 N S92 
H 2 7/21/1988 B 10 N 



H 2 3/14/1988 A 

S 2 7/20/1988 C 

H 2 7/21/1988 B 

H 2 9/01/1988 B 



6 P N J40 
1 N S92 
10 N 

1 N J40 



H 2 8/19/1988 C 1 N J40 



H 2 6/09/1988 B 
H 2 3/14/1988 A 



2 6/28/1988 A 
2 6/28/1988 C 
2 9/10/1988 A 
2 9/17/1988 A 
2 10/15/1988 C 
2 10/15/1988 A 



3 N 
6 P N J40 



E 

P N M06 
P N J40 

E 

N 

N S92 



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SUBJECTS 



PA6E1437 
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NCSSM SEARCH PANEL HEARS TOt SPANKER 

ISffiS W8 MMW 1 Sect science and math school 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, DC+WTIONS MMrT 
SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, BUDGET 
H ALSO N C SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND jMTtBWTXCJ, FUND RAISING 
MATH SCHOOL'S TRAVELING WORKSHOP AIDS TEACHERS 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL 

Z WlZEMSW^S* new *mber 
"• c fefiS nCTK nMH Anions 

SEE ALSO N.C SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, STUDENTS 
SCIENCE AND MATH SCHOOL TO OPEN EARLY 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, FACULTY 

HATHSCHQOL HEAD SEEKS CHANGES IN r^TYmUNCIl 

FACULTY COUNCIL CHANGES SOUGHT AT MATH SCHOOL 

HEAD OF MATH NAMED AT SCHOOL 

SCIENCE AND MATH SCHOOL TO OPEN EARLY 

MORE SALARY MONEY SOUGHT BY NCSSM 

MATH SCHOOL TRUSTEES MAKE DIRECTOR MEMBER OF FACULTY 

MATH SCHOOL DIRECTOR GIVEN LEVERAGE OVER FACULTY 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, FACULTY, SALARIES 
MORE SALARY HONEY SOUGHT BY NCSSM 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, FUND RAISING 
SEEALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO HA. SOflOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, DONATIONS 
SCHOOL NAMES DEVELOPMENT OFFICER 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, GIFTS 

SEENX: SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, DONATIONS 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, GRADUATION 
RELATIVES CHEER SCIENCE, MATH GRADS 
MATH SCHOOL GRADUATES LARGEST SENIOR CLASS 
IN-STATE COLLEGES POPULAR 

^ffiMK^lSSSL &S BIOLOGICAL RESEAT LAB 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, HISTORY 

M^mSCHOOUS TRAVELING WORKSHOP AIDS ^TEACHERS 
SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATH— 10 YEARS OLD AND GROWING 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, LABORATORIES 

SCIDfe^MATHEMATICS SCHOOL DEDICATES BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH LAB 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, MENTOR PROGRAM 
STUDENTS HONORED AT LUNCHEON 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, SECOND DECADE STUDY 
ALUMNI TELL WHAT THEY VALUED MOST AT MATH SCHOOL 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, .SPEAKERS 

MARTIN'S SPEECH OPENS SCIENCE, MATH SCHOOL SERIES 

STOTeVpLAN ^BESV BUT COULD LOSE SUPERCOLLIDER, MAC CORMAC SAYS 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, STUDENTS 

SEEALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ADMISSIONS 



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



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 



10/27/1988 C 
11/11/1988 C 
11/17/1988 C 
12/02/1988 A 
12/03/1988 C 



1 

16 
3 
1 
1 



N J40 
N 

N J40 
N S92 
N N36 



H 2 3/14/1988 A 6 P N J40 



H 2 2/18/1988 C 8 P N J40 
H 2 7/30/1988 B 10 N 



H 2 8/19/1988 C 1 N J40 



3/05/1988 C 
3/25/1988 B 
6/09/1988 B 
8/19/1988 C 
9/01/1988 B 
12/02/1988 A 
12/03/1988 C 



6 
11 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



N J40 
N J40 
N J40 
N J40 
N J40 
N S92 
N N36 



H 2 9/01/1988 B 1 N J40 



H 2 6/15/1988 B 5 N 



H 2 6/12/1988 C 
S 2 6/13/1988 A 
H 2 8/06/1988 B 



H 2 3/14/1988 A 
H 2 7/01/1988 A 
H 2 10/28/1988 C 



H 2 3/14/1988 A 
H 2 3/14/1988 A 



9 PN J40 
1 P N C45 
1 U 



6 P N J40 
12 N 
5 P N J40 



6 P N J40 
6 N J40 



H 2 10/28/1988 C 
H 2 4/23/1988 B 
H 2 6/11/1988 C 



H 2 1/27/1988 B 
H 2 2/02/1988 A 



5 P N J40 
3 N 
1 N W29 



2 N 
7 PN C60 



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



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ENROLLMENT 
SNOW FUN 

TWO MATH SCHOOL STUDENTS' WORKS IN EXHIBIT 
TEST BRIDGE 

SCIENCE AND MATH SCHOOL ENTRY BEATS THE OLD COLLEGE TRY 
STUDENT DESIGNS METER; WINS $10,000 SCHOLARSHIP 
MATH SCHOOL STUDENTS SET PRECEDENT 
SCIENCE, MATH. READING 

WHAT WE THINKi NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATH 
NCSSM STUDENT WRITES AWARD-WINNING ESSAY 
NCSSM LIFE NOT ALL STUDY 
FOSSIL FUEL FOR THOUGHT 
MATH SCHOOL ACCEPTS 14 COUNTY PUPILS 
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 
RELATIVES CHEER SCIENCE, MATH GRADS 
DAVIS WINS SCHOLARSHIP 

STRANGE THINGS OCCUR IN THE NAME OF FUN AT SCIENCE AND MATH 
TEEN FASHION 
RAISING THEIR SPIRITS 

STATE FAIR A LIVING LAB FOR MATH SCHOOL STUDENTS 
TWO NCSSM STUDENTS AMONG 50 NATIONAL 'ART OF SCIENCE' WINNERS 
STUDENTS' PHOTOS SELECTED FOR NATIONAL TOUR 
DEMOCRATS SWEEP 'ELECTION' AT SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATH 
SNOW SURPRISES PIEDMONT 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
ALUMNI TELL WHAT THEY VALUED MOST AT MATH SCHOOL 
MATH SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER NAMED 
MATH SCHOOL TRUSTEES MAKE DIRECTOR MEMBER OF FACULTY 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS SPORTS 
RANDY ROGERS AD AT JORDAN 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS SPORTS, BASEBALL 
PERSON, JORDAN SPLIT; NORTHERN ROUS ON 
NCSSM LIFE NOT ALL STUDY 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 
HORNETS LOOK LIKE CLASS OF PAC-6 
CAVS DUMP UNICORNS IN OPENER 
CAVS START FAST, TOP UNICORNS 
TEDDER, ENGLISH SPARK SOUTHERN'S WIN 
SPARTANS NIP UNICORNS 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS SPORTS, BASKETBALL (GIRLS) 
'COACH' HUNTER ENJOYS NEW ROLE 
CAVS DUMP UNICORNS IN OPENER 
MATH SCHOOL DEFEATS DURHAM ACADEMY 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS SPORTS, SOCCER 

JORDAN OUTSCORES SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATH IN SOCCER 

N.C. SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 
DURHAM WOMAN IN PLAY 

DANCE BY CAROL RICHARD GETS PREMIERE AT NCSA 
'TEST BY FIRE' AIRS 

PLAY BY MOLIERE TO BE PRESENTED AT ELON COLLEGE 
DAME FONTEYN TO APPEAR MAY 13 
DOCTORAL PROGRAM NEARS FOR NURSING 
N.C. SCHOOL OF THE ARTS DANCERS IN 'THE NUTCRACKER' 
DRAMA UNFOLDS OVER ARTS SCHOOL CHIEF 

N.C. SCHOOL OF THE ARTS, CHANCELLOR 

TEAM REVIEWS SCHOOL OF ARTS CHANCELLOR 



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



D — DATE- 



S 
E 
C -PG 



1/11/1988 C 

3/09/1988 B 

3/25/1988 A 

3/26/1988 A 

3/26/1988 B 

3/26/1988 A 

4/28/1988 B 

4/30/1988 B 

5/07/1988 B 

5/14/1988 A 

5/21/1988 B 

5/27/1988 C 

5/28/1988 B 

5/28/1988 B 

5/28/1988 B 

5/28/1988 B 

5/28/1988 B 

5/28/1988 B 

6/12/1988 C 

8/17/1988 A 

9/10/1988 B 

9/24/1988 A 

10/21/1988 

10/24/1988 

10/25/1988 

10/25/1988 

10/25/1988 

12/09/1988 



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I T 

L Y 
L P BYL 



P C45 

N 

P S76 

N J40 

N 

N 

P 

F 

N 

U T32 

P T37 

N 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 



T32 



T37 
T32 
T32 
S73 
T37 
K30 
N J40 
N 

U S73 
F B90 
P S73 
N S92 
N J40 
N S92 
N S92 
N M06 



2 6/11/1988 C 1 N W29 
2 6/11/1988 C 6 N 080 
2 12/02/1988 A 1 N S92 



S 2 8/19/1988 D 2 N G44 



H 2 4/30/1988 D 
H 2 5/14/1988 A 



4 N D85 
10 P U T32 



2 11/18/1988 D 
2 11/22/1988 D 
2 11/22/1988 D 
2 12/01/1988 D 
2 12/01/1988 B 



P N G44 
N M64 

P N G44 
N R54 

P N G44 



S 2 1/26/1988 B 
H 2 11/22/1988 D 
S 2 11/29/1988 D 



3 P N (544 
2 N M64 
6 P N A76 



S 2 9/13/1988 B 5 P U A76 





H 


2 1/29/1988 B 


9 N 




H 


2 2/26/1988 D 


8 N 




S 


2 3/31/1988 D 


10 P N 




H 


1 4/01/1988 C 


1 N 




S 


2 5/05/1988 D 


7 N 




H 


3 5/13/1988 C 


1 N L90 


WITH N.C. SYMPHONY 


H 


2 12/16/1988 D 


18 P P 




H 


1 12/17/1988 C 


2 N 



S 2 12/07/1988 C 8 N 



N.C. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 



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1/01/1988 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1968 



SUBJECTS 



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SEE ALSO SCIENCE 

SEE ALSO SCIENCE, RESEARCH 

SE THE L M>AcWn°WON'T MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE TO SOKE, ... (CORRECTED 4-7-88) H 



♦ 



N.C. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH CENTER Tlmll -_ tf 
SPACE TECHNOLOGY PERFECTS LOOMS IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

N.C. SEAFOOD FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SEAFOOD 

MOREHEAD CITY FESTIVAL PUSHES SEAFOOD EATING 

ODDITIES ON TAP AT N.C. SEAFOOD FESTIVAL 

N.C. SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE 

g&ffi 8Me Su^to lessen as el* retires 

VOTERS IN N.C. WILL CAST BALLOTS^INSEVERAL RACES 

THAD EURE PACKING HIS MEMENTOES AFTER 52YEARS IN OFFICE 

PARTY MARKS THAD EIRE'S 89TH BIRTHDAY, RETIREMENT 

EDMISTEN PROMISES MORE ACTIVISM mtrrmlTrr 

EDMISTEN SAYS HE'S GLAD TO RETURN TO PUBLIC SERVICE 

N.C. SECRETARY OF STATE 'SOFFICE, ELECTIONS 

DURHAM UOMAN SEEKS SECRETARY OF STATE'S POST 

EDMISTEN FILES AS CANDIDATE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE 

ALL MAJOR PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES ON N.C.'S SUPER TUESDAY BALLOT 

SECRETARY OF STATE CANDIDATE yiTHDRAUS „ AlmATnl , 

MARTIN FUNIHWISING AHEAD OF SCHEDULE FOR 188 CAMPAIGN 

N?C. SECRETARY OF STATE RACE DRAWS CANDIDATES, ATTENTION 

WARREN RUNS FOR N.C. SECRETARY OF STATE 

AIDESAYS CARRINGTON MAY RUN FOR SECRETARY OF STATE 

MOORE DEMOCRAT FILES TO RUN AGAINST JORDAN 

DAN BELL FILES FOR SECRETARY OF ■STATE 

ASU PROFESSOR FILES FOR SUPERINTENDENT ^ 

POLLARD, MILLER FILE FOR HOUSE (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-2-88) 

HRS POLLARD QUITS RACE 

BRAD MILLER CAMPAIGNING FOR SECRETARY OF STATE 

4 DEMOCRATS HOPE TO INHERIT MANTLE OF DEPARTING EURE 

2 SEEKGOP NOMINATION FOR N.C SECRETARY OFJTATE 

RIVAL QUESTIONS EDMISTEN'S FITNESS FOR SECRETARY OF STATE 

MS. GARRETT THUMPS COOK IN REGISTER OF DEEDS RACE 

RAND-HARDISON RUNOFF LOOMS; GARDNER MAKES GOP COMEBACK 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

EDMISTEN, CARRINGTON GET PARTY NODS „_„„ A% , ,,__ 

SUMS CHANGE.RESULTS SAME IN CA^.OFTUESDAY VOTE 

'PITCHERS' FOR BOTH POLITICAL 'TEAMS' ASSESSED 

EDMISTEN CALLS OPPONENT'S CAMPAIGN A 'POLITICAL JOKE' 

rH^^INGTON, CANDIDATE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE... (CARTOON) 
EDMISTEN, CARRINGTON LOCKED IN TIGHT RACE 

EDMISTEN, DEMOCRATS TAKE COUNCIL OF STATE tt>mit 

HA. COUNCIL OF STATE SOLIDLY DEMOCRATIC DESPITE TIGHT RACES 

N.C. SENIOR CITIZENS ASSOCIATION ,—__ u - nuam 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL COUNCIL OF SENIOR CITIZENS, N.C. CHAPTER 

S ^IN'freOT^ I FW S ELDERLY CALLED ELECTION STRATEGY 

N.C. SENIORS GOLF ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIP 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
KIGER N.C. WINNER 

N.C. SERVICE STATION OWNERS 
SEE SERVICE STATIONS, N.C. 

N,C * ^VOY^FtAfRflMON; NUREYEV CMNQCUSE ^ 
N.C. SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL OPEN UNDER NEW DIRECTION 
SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL COMING TO LOUISBURG 



2 4/05/1988 A 1 P Q A54 
H 2 11/09/1988 A 12 N K65 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



2 9/18/1988 D 
2 9/23/1988 D 



2/01/1988 C 
6/13/1988 A 
9/05/1988 A 
11/13/1988 B 
U/17/1988 D 
12/19/1988 A 
12/20/1988 A 



1/01/1988 B 
1/06/1988 B 
1/06/1988 A 
1/09/1988 D 
1/12/1988 B 
1/12/1988 A 
1/14/1988 A 
1/15/1988 B 
1/21/1988 A 
1/22/1988 A 
1/30/1988 B 
2/01/1988 A 
2/02/1988 B 
2/13/1988 C 
4/18/1988 
4/18/1988 
4/20/1988 
5/04/1988 
5/04/1988 .. 
5/04/1988 A 
5/04/1988 A 
5/05/1988 C 
5/13/1988 A 
10/27/1988 A 
10/30/1988 D 
11/04/1988 A 
11/09/1988 B 
11/09/1988 A 
11/10/1988 B 



9 N 
11 P F C19 



3 
6 
7 
3 
5 
8 
14 



1 
5 
6 
4 
5 
14 
1 
4 
17 
11 
4 
1 
1 
1 
7 
7 
2 
1 
1 

10 

16 

1 

14 

16 

1 

4 

3 

12 

8 



Oil 



N 

N 

NL40 

N 

N 

J 

N 



N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N 

J 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N H06 

N R53 

N H60 

N 

N 

N 

N S51 

N L40 

N 

N 

N M06 

J Oil 

N 

N L40 

T R56 

N 

N 

N 



H 1 3/30/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 5/07/1988 D 3 N 



H 2 1/26/1988 B 3 U U66 
H 2 8/12/1988 D 10 P F C19 
H 1 9/24/1988 C 1 N 



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



SUBJECTS 



'MACBETH' ON STAGE MONDAY IN LQUISBURG 

N.C. SHERIFFS ASSOCIATION 

MARTIN SAYS ASSEMBLY NIXED ANTI-CRIME BILLS 



N.C. SOCIAL SERVICES COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
ALAMANCE OFFICIALS UPSET BY STATE'S PROPOSED CHANGES IN JAIL REGULATIONS H 
ACTION ON JAIL REGULATIONS DELAYED H 

LEGISLATURE MAY LOOK AT PROPOSED JAIL REGULATIONS H 

MCCARTY LEAVING ELIZABETH CITY COLLEGE S 

SOCIAL SERVICES COMMISSION LOSES ABORTON CASE IN COURT H 



N.C. SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 
TECHNOLOGISTS NEED RECOGNITION 

N.C. SOCIETY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY 

N.C. SEEKS TO RESOLVE BATTLE OVER EYE CARE 

CATARACT PATIENTS SHOULD INSIST ON QUALIFIED POSTOPERATIVE CARE 

N.C. SOFT DRINK ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO SOFT DRINKS 
BOTTLERS TO USE DEGRADABLE 6-PACK RINGS 
BOTTLERS TAKE RIGHT ACTION 

N.C. SOIL AND HATER CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE 
DURHAM COUNTY SAVES SOIL, KEEPS WATER QUALITY HIGH 

N.C. SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT BRANCH 

SEE N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE DIVISION 

N.C. SOYBEAN PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO SOYBEANS 
GRAHAM ON FREE TRIP TO AUSTRALIA 

N.C. SPECIAL OLYMPICS 

SEE ALSO SPECIAL OLYMPICS 
N.C. SPECIAL OLYMPICS TO BE HELD THIS WEEKEND 
JUST COMPETING IS SPECIAL 
SPECIAL OLYMPICS GAMES BEGIN 
COMPETING 

DURHAM SPECIAL OLYMPIANS COMPETE IN '88 N.C. GAMES 
CELLULAR ONE SOCCER TEAM SUPPORTS SPECIAL OLYMPICS 

N.C. SPORTS HALL OF FAME 

ROXBORO'S THORPE FINDS GOING ROUGH 
PALMER HEADS HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES 
ERA VITAL TO HALL OF FAMERS 
YOU, BUEHLER NAMED TO HALL 

N.C. STATE ADULT CLOSED TENNIS TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO TENNIS 
TRIANGLE'S TERRIBLE TENNIS TRIO IS TRIUMPHANT AT TOURNAMENT 

N.C. STATE AUDITORS OFFICE 
SEE ALSO AUDITORS 
SEE ALSO N.C, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF REVENUE 

LONG EXPECTS INGRAM WILL RUN 

STATE AUDIT SHOWS NCCU BELEAGUERED BY FINANCES 

LABOR COMMISSIONER RELEASES DISPUTED DOCUMENTS AFTER RULING 

TAR HEEL VOTERS PRIMED FOR TUESDAY'S RACES; N.C. HOT CONTESTS... 

MS. GARRETT THUMPS COOK IN REGISTER OF DEEDS RACE 

RAND-HARDISON RUNOFF LOOMS; GARDNER MAKES GOP COMEBACK 

STATE AUDITOR, APPEALS COURT JUDGES 

AUDIT SUGGESTS MINOR CHANGES FOR UNIVERSITY 

AUDITORS FIND RECORD FLAWS AT MATH SCHOOL 

AUDITOR WANTS TIGHTER CONTROLS ON SETTLEMENTS 



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E L Y 
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2 9/29/1988 A 17 N 



2 8/02/1988 B 5 N 



1 2/02/1988 B 

2 2/18/1988 B 
2 2/20/1988 B 
2 5/26/1988 A 
2 12/11/1988 B 



1 N T35 
4 N 
6 PN 
20 N 
3 N 



H 2 7/18/1988 A 4 L 



S 2 7/20/1988 A 1 P N H02 
S 2 7/20/1988 A 4 L 



S 2 9/16/1988 A 7 N 
S 2 9/22/1988 A 4 E 



S 2 9/07/1988 A 1 N H65 



H 2 2/08/1988 B 5 N 



5/10/1988 B 
5/12/1988 A 
5/14/1988 C 
5/16/1988 C 
5/24/1988 D 
8/09/1988 B 



N A76 
E 

P S73 
P C45 
N A76 
N A76 



2 5/08/1988 C 7 N C49 

2 5/10/1988 D 1 P N C49 

2 5/10/1988 B 2 P N P52 

2 12/18/1988 B 11 P N 



S 2 10/11/1988 D 4 P N A76 



H 2 1/23/1988 B 4 P N 



s 


2 


3/19/1988 A 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 


4/27/1988 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


5/01/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 C 


1 


N S51 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


5/04/1988 A 


8 C N 


CHH 1 


7/15/1988 A 


3 


N K65 


S 


2 


7/20/1988 C 


1 


N S92 



H 2 7/31/1988 C 10 N 



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12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



GOP CANDIDATE'S WORKTIME RECORDS ARE CALLED MESS 
JAPANOFFICE REPORT! EXPENSES IMPOSSIBLE TO DOCUMENT 
AUDITOR? COUNTIES NOT REPORTING AID WWWHENTS ^^ 
OFFICIAL SAYS AUDIT NOT NEEDED AT MICROELECTRONICS CENTER 
REPORT: SUPERVISORS' USE OF ^PKENJ WRONG 
VALVANO SUSPENDS ASSISTANT AFTER AUDITOR'S REPORT 

ASSISTANT AD AT N.C. STATE RESIGNS POST 

N.C. STATE BAR 

SEE N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 

N.C. STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

MAN CHARGED WITH SLAYING WOMAN IN 1986 

SBI HONORS HELPFUL CHIEF LASSITER 

SBI CITES LASSITER'S DOICATJON 

DURHAM'S POLICE CHIEF GETS DESERVED PLAUDITS 

LAW AGENCIES GET $190^000 IN DRUG CASH 

LUMBERTON HOSTAGES FREED „««-., ^-nox 

SBI APPROACHES N.C. STATE ABOUT COLLABORATIVE EFFORT 

EXPANSION OF SBI PROGRAM BRINGING IMKJU *«STB 

BUS, TRAIN SEARCHES GOOD ANTI-DRUG WEAPON 

N.C. RECRUITER IN JAPAN SUSPENDED 

SBI ENDS INVESTIGATION OF HILLSBOROUGH BLAZE 

SBI! HILLSBOROUGH FIRE SET 

SEVEN ARRESTED IN DRUG PROBE 

SBI DEPUTY, OTHERS PRAISE RETIRED CHIEF 

ajj'raJTQiincSns social services director 

SBI IS ASKING FOR IMPROVED RADIOSYSTEM 

II SffKSSUS KfALsT^PTION CASE 

11 ^figFKfifiRSSY HILLSBOROUGH LOUNGE FIRE 

SBI MOVES IN ON PIGGLY WIGGLY CASE 

INVESTIGATION COMPLETE IN ALAMANCE 

^RT PffllfiFS ONSLOW DEATH 

APPEALS COURTVACATES SANCTIONS AGAINST FLOYD MCKISSICK 

THORNBURG WON'T PROSECUTE LOTTERY PLAYERS 

CAMDEN SHERIFF RESIGNS FOLLOWING PROBE BY SBI 

SBI chief: DRUGS U.S.'S WORSTJHREAT 

officials: morgan may have broken law 
official says no evidence found against sheriff 

SBI INVESTIGATES HOT«-WKDB 

SBI MAY PROBE STONEVILLE FURNITURE CO. 

SBI ASKED TO LOOK AT STONEVILLE FURNITURE CO. 

COMMITTEE TO HEAR GRIEVANCES OF SBI 

SBI DIRECTOR SAYS HE DIDN'T RELEASE AGENTS' ADDRESSES 

N.C. STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, BUDGET 
SBI'S MORGAN SEEKS FUNDS FOR PAY RAISES 

N.C. STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, DIRECTOR A „__„__ 
SBI DIRECTOR SAYS HE DIDN'T RELEASE AGENTS' ADDRESSES 

N.C. STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, DRUG ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO L^BWflWTOCEMENT ADMINISTRATION 
LAW AGENCIES IN STATE SHARING $232,692 

N.C. STATE CAPITOL 

DYNAMITE IS FOUND AT CAPITOL 

MEMORIAL IS PLANNED FOR VETERANS 

DEMOCRAT CRITICIZES GARDNER OVER PLANS FOR CAPITOL OFFICE 

N.C. STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES 



N 
P 

H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



E 

D — DATE- 



S 
E 
C -fG 



8/18/1988 A 
9/07/1988 B 
9/30/1988 C 
10/15/1988 C 
10/26/1988 A 
10/27/1988 D 
10/30/1988 D 
11/02/1988 B 



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N 

N 

N L40 

N L40 

N 
P N 
PNL40 

N 



H 


1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/13/1988 B 
1/21/1988 B 
1/21/1988 C 
1/22/1988 A 
1/30/1988 B 
2/02/1988 A 
2/12/1988 B 
2/16/1988 B 
2/20/1988 A 
2/24/1988 C 
2/24/1988 A 
2/25/1988 C 
2/26/1988 C 
2/29/1988 B 
3/01/1988 A 
3/10/1988 A 
3/19/1988 D 
4/03/1988 B 
5/27/1988 C 
5/28/1988 C 
6/03/1988 B 
8/02/1988 A 
8/09/1988 B 
8/15/1988 B 
8/18/1988 D 
9/23/1988 A 
10/06/1988 C 
10/15/1988 A 
10/20/1988 C 
10/26/1988 C 
11/10/1988 A 
11/30/1988 C 
12/01/1988 D 
12/21/1988 D 



N P15 

N T32 

N B53 

E 

N 

N 

N L90 

N 

E 

N 

N B53 

N B53 

N 

N M51 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 080 

N B81 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 8/27/1988 A 16 P N 
H 2 10/21/1988 C 3 P N 



H 2 9/07/1988 C 4 N 
H 2 10/21/1988 C 3 P N 

H 2 3/04/1988 A 11 N 



H 2 3/22/1988 B 5 N 
H 2 7/20/1988 B 4 N 
H 2 12/21/1988 D 3 N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1988 - 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1988 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO N.C. STATE PERSONNEL COMMISSION 
AP NUMBERS WRONG 
STATE EMPLOYEES LAUD FORPHAM 
PARTY AFFILIATION SHOULDN'T HARM WORKERS— JORDAN 
GUNNELLS LEAVING STATE EMPLOYEES ' POST 

N.C. STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES 
AUGUST COURT DATE SCHEDULED FOR ORANGE EMBEZZLEMENT CASE 
GARNER ON PROBATION AFTER PLEADING GUILTY 

N.C. STATE FAIR 

SEE ALSO COUNTY FAIRS 
SEE ALSO FAIRS 

IT'S HOT BUT FAIR TIME STARTING UP 

S-S-SNAKE ELECTION, RACING PIGS, ARE FEATURED IN FALL CELEBRATIONS 

STATE FAIRGROUNDS JOB HAS GROWTH POTENTIAL 

N.C. STATE FAIR OPENS OCT, 14 

121ST ANMJAL N.C. STATE FAIR OPENS NOT FRIDAY 

GETTING READY FOR FAIR 

GETTING READY 

N.C. STATE FAIR OPENS FRIDAY 

N.C. STATE FAIR OPENS 

THE FAIRJ MOOS, OINKS, TWANGS, CRASHES & BOOMS 

FANCY FIREtflRKS ARE FAMILY AFFAIR 

WATCH OUT! FAIR FEVER HAS KIDS, GROWN-UPS FLOCKING TO RALEIGH 

SHUTTLE BUSES UILL RELIEVE HEADACHE OF FAIR PARKING 

ALLOWING ENOUGH TIME MAKES FAIR MORE FUN 

SAY, HAY! 

FAIR-LY CLEAN 

TODAY'S SENIOR CITIZENS DAY AT FAIR 

CHIEF GARDENER FOR FAIR SAYS WORK PAYING OFF 

MILLER RIDES 'FAIR TRAIN SPECIAL' 

65 DURHAM CHILDREN GET TRIP TO FAIR 

STATE FAIR A LIVING LAB FOR MATH SCHOOL STUDENTS 

N.C. STATE FAIR, ATTENDANCE 

RAINY DAY CUTS ATTENDANCE AT FAIR 
121ST STATE FAIR DREW 684,989 

N.C. STATE FAIRGROUNDS 

HOCKEY ON HORSEBACK STIRS LITTLE COWBOY POLO INTEREST 
STATE HOLDING AUCTION TODAY 

N.C. STATE GOALS AND POLICY BOARD 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 
COMPARATIVE FAULT BACKED 

N.C. STATE HIGHWAY PATROL 
SEE N.C. HIGHWAY PATROL 

N.C. STATE JUNIORS CLOSED TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS 
SEE ALSO TENNIS 
SAUNDERS CRUISES IN JUNIOR CLOSED TOURNAMENT 

N.C. STATE MOTOR CLUB 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA MOTOR CLUB 
HOLIDAY HIGHWAY TOLL ESTIMATED AT 18 IN N.C. 

N.C. STATE OPTOMETRIC SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO OPTOMETRISTS 
N.C. SEEKS TO RESOLVE BATTLE OVER EYE CARE 

N.C. STATE PERSONNEL COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO N.C. STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION 

COURT SAYS PANEL CAN REINSTATE FIRED STATE EMPLOYEES 

STATE EMPLOYEE WINS BACK HIS XB 



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L P BYL 



H 2 5/09/1988 A 4 L 

CHH 1 6/25/1988 A 6 N 

H 2 9/04/1988 C 1 N 

H 2 12/23/1988 B 4 N 



CHH 1 8/12/1988 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 8/30/1988 A 


3 N H90 


H 


1 8/19/1988 C 


1 N H60 


S 


2 9/08/1988 D 


6 P N T37 


H 


2 10/03/1988 B 


6 P N 


S 


2 10/06/1988 D 


12 I 


H 


1 10/08/1988 C 


1 N H60 


H 


1 10/12/1988 B 


1 P P 


S 


2 10/12/1988 A 


13 P P 


S 


2 10/12/1988 C 


7 N 


S 


2 10/13/1988 D 


3 N 


H 


2 10/14/1988 D 


8 F W66 


S 


2 10/14/1988 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 10/15/1988 A 


1 P N P38 


H 


2 10/15/1988 A 


6 N H60 


S 


2 10/15/1988 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/16/1988 B 


3 P P T32 


H 


2 10/17/1988 B 


14 P P T32 


H 


2 10/17/1988 B 


14 N 


S 


2 10/19/1988 A 


7 N 


S 


2 10/19/1988 C 


1 N 


S 


2 10/22/1988 C 


1 P N U82 


s 


2 10/24/1988 C 


1 P N S92 



S 2 10/25/1988 C 6 N 
H 2 10/26/1988 B 2 N 



H 2 4/24/1988 B 1 N P38 
H 2 6/18/1988 C 1 N 



H 2 11/25/1988 C 3 P N 



H 


2 


8/02/1988 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


11/19/1988 B 


6 N 


s 


2 


7/20/1988 A 


1 P N H02 


H 
S 


2 
2 


5/04/1988 D 
8/19/1988 A 


S N 

13 N 



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N.C. STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE 
SEE N.C. DEPT. OF REVENUE 

N.C. STATE UNIV. ._ 

SEE ALSO REYNOLDS COLISEUM 
QFT Al <31 UATAUGA MEDALS 

STATC UNIVE^TYSTUDY EXAMINING ACID RAIN DAMAGE TO HOUSE PAINT 

ACID RAIN'S EFFECTS ON PAINT STUDIED „_. 

agency: OPEN MARKET BEATS STATE FARMS ON FOOD PRICES 

NXTSTATE MAY TAKE UNC TO THE CLEANKS 

NASA TO FUND MARS RESEARCH AT N.C. SCHOOLS 

NIC. CENTER MAY MAKE MARS MISSION A REALITY 

N.C. STATE HELPS EXTEND SHELF LIFE FOR LIQUID EGGS 

COMPUTERS ALSO COUNTCOM CHEWS 

T.C STATEPROF AIR TRAPPED IN AMBER NOT FROM DINOSAUR ERA _„ 
NCSU SOOTOTS IWff TOTAILOR TREES FOR SPECIFIC INDUSTRIAL USES 

N^lT«TOBB«DUJOT A F0fF«raS INTERESTED IN LEARNING FARM... 
N.C. FIRMS GET SLICE OF STAR MARS PIE 

MORE FAWy T USINGlEC^SlNG SYSTEM BEING PROVIDED BY N.C. STATE 
nTcT STwIpOSTPONES rreATTEMPT TO GET CHAPTER OF PHI BETA KAPPA 
N C. STATE UNIVERSITY TO DEDICATE BEEF RESEARCH CENTER NEAR BUTNER 
VOTERS MILLING TO PAY FOR SCHOOLS 

N * C * ItStI STUOiiTS^ 1 ^^ TO INCREASE JL^ttADUATION RME 
UNIVERSITIES' WAITING LISTS KEEPING STUDENTS IN LIMBO 

N.C. STATE UNIV., AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES 

%Sm B flFFara« f ni african-amefican studies 

N.C. STATE UNIV., ATHLETIC DIRECTOR __ 

REPORT: SUPERVISORS' USE OF EQUIPMENT URONG 

N.C. STATE UNIV., AWARDS 

N.C. STATE JOINS 'IVY' LEAGUE 

N.C. STATE UNIV., CHANCELLOR ,. lTimBTTV .__ 
JOAB THOMAS LEAVING ALA. UNIVERSITY POST 

N.C. STATE UNIV.jCOMMENCEMENT ^^ 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C, COMMENCEMENT 
JACKSON EXPECTED TO DRAW CROWD AT A4T GRADUATION 
DOCTORAL DEWEE WILL MAKE HER OLDEST GRADUATE AT N.C. STATE 
LANGUAGE, DREAMS TOPICS AT STATE, ECU CEREMONIES 
COMMENCEMENT GEMS 

STF&ffi ^GRAOJATE FROM N.C. STATE 

N ' C ' RWldfln AJHSSSING BILLS 

N.C, STATE UNIV., CONCERTS _„,. 
PINK FLOYD PLANS OUTDOOR CONCERT 

N.C. STATE UNIV., CONFERENCES maMKm 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE UNIV., SEMINARS 
FORUM TOLD AMERICA MUST INVEST 
SCIENCE LEAPS AHEAD; ETHICS LAG BEHIND 
PUBLIC NO LONGER ACCEPTS 'TRUST ME' ATTITUDE 

N.C. STATE UNIV., CONSTRUCTION 
ZONING DELAY COSTLY TO NCSU 
CENTER'S WORK A SEARCH FOR PRECISION