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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 



CR071.5 

D96i 

Index 

1989 

Name 



UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL 



00040646346 



FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 




■ 



iniD-EX 




An index to: 



Dmljeim morning Jfcrolo 

THE DURHAM SUN 

^Herald 



NAME INDEX 
JANUARY-DECEMBER 

1989 



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

ISSN 0741-0328 



IND-EX 



INTRODUCTION TO IND-EX 

IND-EX is a guide to articles and photographs in the local and regional editions of the 

DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
THE CHAPEL HILL HERALD 
THE DURHAM SUN. 

It is published in monthly issues and in an annual cumulated volume by the Herald-Sun Newspaper Library. 

SCOPE OF IND-EX 

Items concerning events, people and places in Durham, Chapel Hill and selected counties in Piedmont N.C. are 
included in IND-EX. National and international news are excluded with rare exception. 

Editorials, features, reviews, photos, columns and articles by local news staff are included regardless of 
subject. Generally not included are syndicated columns, wire service features, marriage, birth and death 
announcements, legal notices and routine sports scores. 

ORGANIZATION 

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

Acronyms and initialisms precede words or phrases. Within word groups, commas precede characters: 

"N.C, state employees" precedes "N.C. Arts Society." 
Within word groups, numerals precede letters: 

"Wilmington 10" precedes "Wilmington ABC Board." 

In all other cases, numbers should be treated as if spelled out. 

Hyphens are regarded as spaces, and apostrophes are ignored. 

Following a name or subject heading is a list of the articles pertaining to that name or subject. For each, a 
headline is provided along with symbols identifying the name of the newspaper, edition, date, section, page, 
type of article, reporter by-line and type of illustration. Explanations for all symbols appear on the following page. 

INDEXING DEPTH 

Names of individuals are indexed when quoted heavily, the subject of a news story or feature, or noteworthy for 
some reason. Subject headings are assigned to each story based on important names, words or concepts that 
appear in the article or are implied by it. Whenever possible, subject headings are specific rather than general: 

"AZT" not "Drugs." 

When necessary, sub-headings are used to make broad headings more specific: 

"Durham City Council, budget" 

"Fires, Orange County" 

"Granville County Schools, computers" 

"N.C. General Assembly, legislators." 

Cross-references are used to guide the user to the appropriate headings. "See" references point from invalid 
headings to correct ones. "See-also" references indicate related headings. 



Key to Symbols Used in IND-EX 






NP (Newspapers) 

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

ED (Editions) 

1 -1st ed. (Region/State) 

2 -2nd ed. (Final) 

3 -3rd ed. (Metro/Orange) 



SEC 


(Section) 


PG 


(Page) 


TYP 


(Type) 




A 


Advertisement 




B 


Profile 




E 


Editorial 




F 


Feature 




G 


Feature in a series 




H 

I 


Editorial in a series 
Calendar/Schedule 




J 


Commentary 




K 


Commentary in a series 




L 


Letter to the Editor 




M 


Map 




N 


News 







Obituary 




P 


Photo 




Q 


News in a series 




R 


Review 




S 


Review in a series 




T 


Cartoon 




U 


Column 




V 


Columns in a series 




w 


Literary Work 


ILL 


(Illustration) 




C 


Chart or Graph 




D 


Drawing 




M 


Map 




P 


Photo 




T 


Cartoon 



BYL (By-line) 


A20 


Adams, John H. 


A47 


Allen, Laura 


A51 


Amer, Mona 


A54 


Andrews, Mark 


A76 


Armstrong, Elson 


B05 


Battle, Robin 


Bll 


Baxter, Jeanna 


B31 


Beavers, Tom 


B36 


Belvin, Brent 


B40 


Berardino, Mike 


B53 


Bonner, Paul 


B56 


Bost, Toby 


B58 


Boswell, Carl 


B64 


Britt, Tony 


B71 


Broili, Susan 


B77 


Brown, Mike 


B85 


Bruneau, Dan 


C05 


Callis, Jim 


C09 


Carson, Al 


C45 


Charlson. Dan 


C47 


Childress, Greg 


C49 


Clayton, Ward 


C50 


Cole, John 


C52 


Coons, Kip 


C58 


Corneilson, Paul 


C60 


Cornelius Brown, Ann 


C61 


Craven, Jo 


C62 


Crenshaw, Laura 


D10 


Dargan, William T. 


D18 


Dascenzo, Frank 


D38 


Dickinson, Blake 


D77 


Duckett, Anne 


D80 


Duke News Bureau 


D85 


Dupree, Jimmy 


E33 


Egger, Jane 


F25 


Featherston, Al 


F55 


Fox, Jon Hartley 


F95 


Furlong, Jim 


G33 


Gentry, Jerry 


G44 


Glennon, John 


G50 


Godwin, John 


G55 


Goetzl, David 


G59 


Green, Ann 


G68 


Greenberg, Blue 


G98 


Gyorgy, Dean 


H05 


Hammond, Marie 


H09 


Harrell, Carlton 


H45 


Hodges, Betty 


H49 


Hodges, Ed 


H60 


Holmes, Jack 


H65 


Home, Kimberly 


H70 


Howard, J. Lee 


H90 


Huffman, Eddie 


J04 


Jablonover, Lara 


J20 


Jiggetts, Vicky 


J40 


Johnston, Flo 


J55 


Jones, Richard S. 


K30 


Keister, Kevin 


K65 


Knight, Myra G. 


L22 


Landreth, Eddy 


L34 


Lee, Elizabeth 


L37 


Lewis, Gordon 


L38 


Liddy, Chuck 



L40 


Lineberry, Danny 


L45 


Long, Ginger W. 


L57 


Lougee, George 


L59 


Lourdeaux, Lee 


L90 


Lucas, Liz 


M06 


Mclntyre, Edison 


M14 


Mann, Steve 


M20 


Margolis, Susan 


M25 


Martin, Dwight 


M31 


Matti, Michael Carmen 


M51 


Michael, Kammie 


M53 


Mihaly, Robert 


M57 


Miller, Jonathan 


M60 


Mills, James F. 


M64 


Montgomery, Lee 


M66 


Moore, Harold 


M70 


Moore, Tom 


M88 


Morris, Ron 


M98 


Mustian, Joey 


N36 


Newton, David 


Oil 


O'Connor, Paul T. 


046 


Oliver, Tom 


080 


Orange Bureaus 


P10 


Page, Jean R 


P38 


Pfutzner, Lenore Jones 


P41 


Phillips, Mary Beth 


P52 


Potter, Mike 


P75 


Price, Ed 


P80 


Prince, Pamela 


R53 


Raleigh Bureau 


R54 


Reed, Jay 


R56 


Reynolds, Jamey 


R60 


Rollins, Tyler 


R63 


Rosen, Rocky 


R80 


RTP Bureau 


R90 


Ruth, Mary H. 


S12 


Schaver, Mark 


S17 


Schultz, Mark 


S22 


Semple, Kirk 


S27 


Sereno, Julian 


S56 


Smith, Emily 


S66 


Smith, R.C. 


S69 


Smith, William M. 


S73 


Sorenson, Rick 


S76 


Sparks, Jim 


S78 


Stagg, Bill 


S82 


Stevenson, John 


S92 


Surratt, Linda 


T32 


Thomas, Bernard 


T33 


Thomas, Elaine 


T35 


Thompson, Mike 


T37 


Thornton, Jim 


T44 


Tisdale, Shey 


T77 


Trotter, Jennifer 


U57 


Upchurch, Keith 


U80 


UNC News Bureau 


V05 


Vaden, Jon 


W08 


Walker, Richard 


M09 


Wall, Don 


W15 


Walston, Dee 


W55 


White, David 


W57 


White, Julia 


W63 


Winstead-Mann, Deborah 


W66 


Wise, Jim 


Yll 


Yarbrough, Michael 


Zll 


Zepp, Carol 



1640- 



HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 - 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



-DATE- 



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^^WEN^HOHSOWNER CARES ENOUGH TO STRIP A HOUSE BARE, IT SHOUS 

™ B °%mBEPUTY J TO FIV€ ATTORNEYS GENERAL DIES 

ABDELNABY, ALAA (BASKETBALL PLAYER) 
ABDELNABY SUSPENDED FOR 2 GAMES 
ABDELNABY BACK WITH BLUE EEVILS 
ALAA ABDELNABY READY TO RESUME FUN, GAMES 
DUKE CENTER FACES CHARGE FOR BAD CHECK 
ABDELNABY SETTLES CHECK 

ABBELNABY^slo POINTS LEAD BLUE DEVILS TO EXHIBITION WIN 

ABELE, DOROTHY 

CHANGING THE WAY OF AGING 
UHO ARE THE ELDERLY? 

ABELE DINICR A TO HONOR OUTSTANDING BLACKS 

DUKE PUTS UP PORTRAIT OF BLACK ARCHITECT ABELE 

ABERNATHY, RALPH „ 

£g£g3S UiiySLS^W'S 'EXPOSE- ON KING 

tsRfi'AM Ml£M 

GLAXO PLEDGE BRIGHTENS SKIES FOR DURHAM ARTS FUND DRIVE 

FOUNDING PARTNER STROM LEAVES ADARON 

AVONDALE PLAZA GETS *6-MILLI0N EXPANSION 
EXPANSION UNDER UAY AT K MART PLAZA - 

AMERICAN TOBACCO PROJECT ON AGENDA 

DEVELOPER DISCUSSES DOWNTOWN DURHAM RENOVATION 
ABRAM SEEKS COUNTY FUNDS TO DEVELOP AMERICAN SITE 
SCRUTINIZE THIS PROPOSAL 
FRIENDSHIPS AND DEVELOPMENT 

SSSfi nS9UV/SMBmM DECKS AT AMERICAN TOBACCO? 

AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT WILL DOUBLE DOWNTOWN 

ABRAH: AMERICAN NEEDS $17,8 MILLION 

ABRAM J S AMERICAN NEWSLETTER SEEKS SUPPORT OF PUBLIC 

RECORDS DISPUTE ALLEGATIONS THAT DEVELOPER BROKE 'HANDSHAKE DEAL' 

ABRAMS, BARBARA (TRAFFIC DEATH LAWSUIT) 

FAMILY MEMBERS OPPONENTS IN SUIT OVER CHILD'S DEATH 

A ^NFOwSnTs! G S0ME ARE PROS, PERHAPS TO EASE PRESSURE ON SELVES 

ABSHER, ELIZABETH (PRIVATE SECTOR INITIATIVE PROGRAM) 
MORE TRIANGLE COMPANIES NEEDED IN JOBS PROGRAM 

ACREY, TEDDY DEAN (DRUG CHARGE) _„„ 
ALLEGED DRUG DEALER SHOOTS AT OFFICER 
DRUG SUSPECT FIRES AT DURHAM OFFICERS 
JUDGE REFUSES TO CUT LARGE COCAINE BOND 
JUDGE WON'T LOWER ACREY'S $1 MILLION BOND 
ACREY NAMED IN GRAND JURY'S 14 INDICTMENTS 

ADAMS, ALFRED JR. (DRUG CHARGES) 

PATROL CAR COLLIDES WITH TWO VEHICLES IN CHASE 

ADAMS, BARBARA BENNETT (DECEASED) 

CCB'S BARBARA ADAMS DIES AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS 

ADAMS, E. MAYNARD DR. 
ADAMS GETS HONOR 



H 2 6/04/1989 F 1 P N C47 
H 2 3/22/1989 D 9 



H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 



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



3/02/1989 D 
3/09/1989 D 
3/10/1989 D 
3/14/1989 A 
3/15/1989 D 
3/16/1989 D 
11/12/1989 C 



2 11/26/1989 E 
2 11/26/1989 E 



1 N 
1 P N 
3 P U F25 
8 N 
1 P N 
1 P P T32 
10 N F95 



1 F S56 
1 P G S56 



2 4/18/1989 B 3 N 
2 4/28/1989 A 11 P N 



H 2 10/20/1989 A 
H 2 10/21/1989 A 



4 E 

1 P N S22 



1/27/1989 
3/11/1989 
3/20/198? 
3/21/1989 
8/11/1989 
8/15/1989 
8/15/1989 
8/16/1989 
8/19/1989 
8/19/1989 
8/20/1989 D 
8/23/1989 A 
8/28/1989 A 
8/29/1989 C 
11/03/1989 A 



P N B71 

N N36 
P N S92 
M N 

N H65 

N S69 
M N M06 

E 

E 

E 
P J 

J 

N C61 

N R63 

L 



CHH 1 1/25/1989 A 3 N H90 
H 2 3/06/1989 A 1 N S32 
S 2 1/05/1989 A 1 P N H65 



S 
H 
S 
H 
H 



2 11/29/1989 A 
2 11/30/1989 A 
2 12/08/1989 A 
2 12/09/1989 C 
2 12/12/1989 C 



N B53 

N M51 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 



H 2 7/20/1989 C 2 N M51 
H 2 1/01/1989 C 2 P 
CHH 1 6/06/1989 A 15 N 



ADAMS, GAIL GALLOWAY 



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1/01/1989 - 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



GAIL GODWIN IS 'TELLER OF TALES' WITH SOUTHERN VOICE (CORRECTED 7-16-89) 
HER FIRST BOOK EVINCES RICH PROMISE 

ADAMS, HENRY 

IT'S STILL AN UNPOLISHED PULPIT 

ADAMS JACK 

IT'S OUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO TAMPER WITH THE CONSTITUTION 

DURHAM HOSIERY MILL OWNER FORCED TENANT TO VACATE 

WILL FALLOUT FROM 1984 ELECTION PROMPT FRIDAY TO SEEK U.S. SENATE SEAT? 

INTRODUCING OUR NEW COLUMNIST 

NEWSPAPER EDITORIALS FAIL TO GIVE FAIR, BALANCED VIEW OF DURHAM ISSUES 

ADAMS, JAMES CHARLES (SHOOTING/DRUG CHARGES) 
SHOTS FIRED INTO APARTMENT; MAN CHARGED 

ADAMS, JANNA (ARTIST) 

VITALITY STANDS OUT IN SCULPTURE SHOW BY DUKE HISTORY STUDENTS 

ADAMS, JEANNE S. DR. 

DURHAM SURGEON NAMED MEMBER OF MEDICAL SOCIETY 

ADAMS, JIM (ROSEMARY GROUP) 

DEVELOPER SCRAPS PLANS FOR ROSEMARY SQUARE COMPLEX 
WALLACE CALLS FOR ACTION ON ROSEMARY PARKING 
PARKING! THE METER'S RUNNING 

ADAMS, JOHN B, (JOURNALIST) 

N.C. HALLS OF FAME TO INDUCT H.C. CRANFORD OF DURHAM, 8 OTHERS 
NINE TO RECEIVE HALLS OF FAME HONORS 
6 JOURNALISTS INDUCTED INTO N.C. SHRINE 

ADAMS, JOHN H. 

THE CLUTTER FROM OUR WRECKS DISAPPEARS QUICKLY, BUT NOT THE EFFECTS 
HOW DID WE DO ON YEAR'S OBJECTIVES'' 

ADAMS, RANDALL DALE 
RETHINKING DEATH 
THE FILM THAT HELPED CORRECT AN INJUSTICE 

ADAMS, T. C. (MAGISTRATE) 

HOUSING PROGRAM RULES MAY CHANGE 

ADCOCK, BETTY (POET) 

N.C. WRITERS CONFERENCE CELEBRATES ITS 40TH YEAR 

ADCOCK, DAVID B. 

DUKE NAMES ADCOCK CHIEF COUNSEL 

ADDISON, MICHAEL JOHN (DUI CHARGES) 

POLICE LDG/UNC POLICE CHARGE LOCAL MAN WITH DWI 

ADERHOLT, WILLIAM JR. 

OWASA SCHEDULES AMBERLY REVIEW FOR MAY 10 SESSION 
OWASA DEBATES STAFF'S AUTHORITY IN POLICY ISSUES 
WATERSHED STUDY GETS SUPPORT 
OWASA ACTS ON EXTENSION RESOLUTION 
OWASA WILL PAY, ADERHOLT SUGGESTS 

ADKINS, JOHN 

FtoDIO-CONTROLLED RACE CARS GIVE 'DRIVERS* TRACK THRILLS WITHOUT RISKS 

ADLER, BRIAN ELLIOTT (DRUG CHARGES) 

DRUG BUST NETS $120,000 IN 'ECSTASY' 

TIP LEADS POLICE IN ECSTASY BUST 

FEDERAL COURT TAKES ON LOCAL 'ECSTASY' CASE 

ORANGE COUNTY MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO 'ECSTASY' CHARGES 

TESTIMONY BEGINS IN ECSTASY TRIAL 

DRUG DEALER DRAWS 22-MONTH TERM 



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7/09/1989 D 
7/16/1989 D 



3 P U H45 
3 R H45 



H 2 9/30/1989 A 4 U 533 



8/06/1989 D 

8/07/1989 A 

9/03/1989 D 

10/15/1989 D 

11/28/1989 A 



5 J A20 

4 L 

5 U A20 
5 U A20 
5 P J 



H 2 
H 2 



2/16/1989 C 3 N 
12/24/1989 E 8 P R G68 



2 3/30/1989 A 12 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



S 2 

CHH 1 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



4/25/1989 A 
4/26/1989 A 
4/26/1989 A 



3/16/1989 C 
3/17/1989 A 
4/10/1989 B 



12/24/1989 D 
12/31/1989 D 



3/27/1989 A 
4/07/1989 D 



1 N M70 
1 N M70 
4 E 



1 P N 
5 P N 
1 N H90 



5 U 
1 N A20 



4 E 

11 P R L59 



S 2 8/28/1989 C 1 N C61 

H 2 8/06/1989 D 3 P U H45 

H 2 6/20/1989 B 7 N 

CHH 1 7/18/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



4/29/1989 A 

9/18/1989 A 

10/13/1989 A 

10/31/1989 A 

11/23/1989 A 



N L90 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N C62 



H 2 6/26/1989 C 1 P N Bll 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/28/1989 
1/31/1989 
3/01/1989 
6/01/1989 
6/08/1989 
10/11/1989 



N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N H90 
N H90 



ADLER, MORTIMER J. DR. 



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H N T H L Y / A N N U A L INDEX BY NAME 
1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



20 NAMED TO PAIDEIA BOARD 

ABLER RICHARD 

HOLIDAY POPS CONCERT MILL HONOR 2 OLD FRIENDS 

AGUIRRE JUAN 

MY SEEKS STAMP MARKING PARATROOPS' 50TH ANNIVERSARY 

AHAR °ISRAELI I ARTIST'S UALL HANGINGS WEAVE A SPELL/TUESDAY TALK 

AISTROP, RONNIE DARRELL _ 

CUSTODY RIGHTS UNCLEAR IN CARRBORO PRESCHOOL CASE 
AISTROP WON'T BE CHARGED, OFFICER SAYS 

AKERS, JOHN F. (IBM) 

CHAIRMAN REVEALS KEYS TO IBM SUCCESS 

^ IHI JAPAN?S*AMHITO SHARES INTEREST IN HORSES WITH PRESIDENT REAGAN 
HIROHITO'S DEATH CAUSES CHANGE IN JAPANESE IMPERIAL SYSTEM 
INSIGHT/EDUCATING JIMMY; FORMER UNC LIBRARIAN TRAINED PRINCE TO SEEK.,. 

AKINS, DOUGLAS BERNARD (DRUG CHARGES) _ 
HILLSBOROUGH DRUG DEALERS PLEAD GUILTY 

ALBERTS, MARK J. DR. (NEUROLOGIST) 

HEED EARLY WARNING SIGNALS OF STROKE 

ALBERTSON, CHARLIE 

HOUSE CONVENES TO TUNE OF HONKY TONK MOON 

^Ttt' HEEL^GETWcf COMMITMENTS ON EVE OF SIGNING DATE 

SURVEY PLANNED TO GUAGE CANCER RATE IN BUTNER 

ALDRIDGE, ALLEN 

REALTOR SAYS REGULATIONS DIMINISH RIGHTS, RAISE COSTS 

ALDRIDGES PLEDGE MUSEUM FUNDS _«_ 

INVESTOR WANTS OLD CIVIC CENTER FOR USE AS ATHLETIC CLUB OR OFFICE 

ALDRIDGE, GRETCHEN 

ALDRIDGES PLEDGE MUSEUM FUNDS 

HOMES COULD CUT ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN HALF-EXPERT 

ALEXANDER, ANNE 

BEING 'COPRENEURS' A GROWING TREND 

ALEXANDER, CLARENCE 

H-S CLASSIC WIDE OPEN IN '89 

VETERAN ALEXANDER SLIPS BY TILLMAN INTO SEMIFINALS 

STEEU1AN STRUGGLES, BUT SURVIVES 

ALEXANDER, STEELMAN FACE HISTORY 

ALEXANDER, JIM 

TOURISTS FROM DURHAM FIND SHORTAGE OF FOOD, NEWS IN QUAKE AREA 

ALEXANDER, LEX (WELLSPRING GROCERY) 

WELLSPRING PLANS MOVE INTO VACANT CHAPEL HILL KROGER 

ALEXANDER, MARION ROHAINE (DECEASED) 
ORIGINAL IOG STAFF MEMBER DIES 

ALEXANDER, RALPH H. "LEX" III 

CHAMBER'S 1988 HONOREE ALEXANDER ALSO TOPS IN STATE 
BEING 'COPRENEURS' A GROWING TREND 





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CHH 1 9/19/1989 A 


7 P N 


H 2 12/04/1989 A 


1 P N W15 


S 2 8/24/1989 A 


10 N 


H 2 5/30/1989 B 


1 P U WIS 


CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 


1 N M70 
1 N M70 



CHH 1 4/06/1989 A 7 N 



H 2 1/15/1989 B 
H 2 1/17/1989 B 
H 2 1/29/1989 D 



CHH 1 1/05/1989 A 

H 2 6/27/1989 A 

H 2 1/19/1989 A 

H 2 2/08/1989 D 

H 1 12/06/1989 C 



H 2 1/17/1989 C 
S 2 5/23/1989 C 
S 2 5/30/1989 A 



S 2 5/23/1989 C 
H 2 5/04/1989 B 
H 2 10/08/1989 D 



5 P U H49 
3 N 
1 P F H49 



1 N H90 

10 D N C60 

10 N 

1 N C49 

1 P N T32 



1 N A54 
6 N 
1 P N C61 



6 N 
9 N K65 
6 P N K65 



S 2 6/23/1989 B 

H 2 7/01/1989 D 

S 2 7/01/1989 B 

H 2 7/02/1989 C 



H 2 10/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/19/1989 A 



H 2 5/25/1989 C 
H 2 10/08/1989 D 



1 P N F25 
1 P N C49 
1 P N F25 
1 P N C49 



7 N 
3 P N 
5 



1 P N C47 
6 P N K65 



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ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



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ALEXANDER, ROSALYN 

YCUNG CHILDREN FOCUS OF INSTITUTE 
PROGRAM HELPS PARENTS OF ADOLESCENTS 
CHILD CARE COORDINATOR 

ALFORD, RICHARD 

A CAR UASH WITH A MISSION 

ALI, MUHAHMED YOUSAF "JOE" (MURDER VICTIM) 
STATE OFFERS REWARD IN DURHAM MURDER 

ALI, SHEIKH RUSTUM 

THE WORLD RUNNING HEADLONG TOWARU DISASTROUS OIL CRISIS 

ALLCOTT, JOHN VOLNEY (DECEASED) 

RETIRED IK PROFESSOR OF ART DIES 
ALLCOTT MEMORIAL PLANNED FOR SUNDAY 

ALLEBAUGH, TERRY 

TEAM APPROACH BEING USED TO HELP DURHAM'S HOMELESS 
ADVOCATES SPEAK OUT FOR HELPING CITY'S HOMELESS 

ALLEN, ALYCIA (CHEERLEADING COACH) 

SIS-BOOH-BAHi SPORT OF CHEERLEADING MORE THAN SIDELINE ART 

ALLEN BARRY DR» 

DURHAM ACTIVISTS, OFFICIALS UNITED AGAINST ZONING.,, (CORRECTED 5-6-89) 

DURHAM ACTIVISTS. OFFICIALS UNITED AGAINST ZONING BILL 

9 CANDIDATES IN RUNNING FOR COUNCIL 

FLURRY OF FILINGS LEAVES ONLY WILSON UNOPPOSED 

22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 

CITY ELECTION LINEUP; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 

TRAFFIC REQUIREMENTS HAVE 'LOOPHOLE' 

CONSERVATION GROUP BACKS NO ONE IN MAYOR'S RACE 

MOST CANDIDATES FAVOR REFERENDUM ON MAJOR PROJECTS 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE BACKS WELLS FOR MAYOR; HOMEBUILDERS FAVOR TILLMAN... 

BARRY ALLEN FOR CITY COUNCIL AT LARGE (AD) 

BARRY ALLEN FOR CITY COUNCIL AT LARGE (AD) 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

V0TE/'89; VOTING PRECINCT TALLY 

ALLEN, BERNARD 

ALLEN ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF NCCU BOARD 

NCCU BOARD ELECTION CRITICIZED AS SEXIST 

WERE SUPPORTERS OF NCCU CHAIRMAN UNAWARE OF PAST? 

ALLEN'S VICTORY ON NCCU BOARD LEAVES UNANSWERED QUESTIONS 

NCCU TRUSTEE CHAIRMANSHIP SELECTION RAFFED 

ALLEN, C. RON 

WARMTH IN WINTER; GREETING CARD, FLOWER MERCHANTS STOCK UP... 
WALKERS FULFILL CROP PLEDGES 

ALLEN, CLAUDE 

BLACK FORMER PRESS SEC. SAYS HELMS MISUNDERSTOOD 

ALLEN, DALE LEE (DRUG CHARGE) 

TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

ALLEN, DARRYL KEITH (MISSING PERSON) 

POLICE LOG/DECOMPOSED BODY IDENTIFIED AS MISSING 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL 

ALLEN, DOROTHY C. (DECEASED) 

POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED IN SEPT. 9 STABBING CASE 

ALLEN, EMMA C. (CENTENARIANS) 

DURHAM IS HOSPITABLE HOME TO LONG-LIVED CITIZENS 



S 2 2/22/1989 B 1 P F S27 
S 2 4/06/1989 A 6 P F S27 
H 2 7/15/1989 C 4 N 



CHH 1 5/23/1989 A 3 P P T44 
S 2 2/20/1989 A 1 N B53 
H 2 12/03/1989 D 2 P U H49 



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CHH 


i 


12/29/1989 A 


3 


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1/04/1989 A 


A 


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2 


3/02/1989 C 


1 P N A54 


CHH 1 


2/13/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


H 


2 


5/05/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


5/05/1989 A 


1 


N S69 


S 


2 


8/01/1989 A 


1 


P N C61 


H 


2 


8/02/1989 C 


1 


P N R63 


S 


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8/05/1989 C 


1 


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H 


2 


8/08/1989 C 


1 


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2 


8/09/1989 A 


1 


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S 


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1 


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10/04/1989 C 


1 


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S 


2 


10/05/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 


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10/08/1989 A 


7 P A 


H 


2 


10/09/1989 B 


3 


P A 


H 


2 


10/11/1989 A 


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P N R63 


H 


2 


10/11/1989 A 


1 


P N N36 


H 


2 


10/11/1989 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


9/21/1989 C 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


9/22/1989 C 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


10/06/1989 A 


4 


L 


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2 


10/10/1989 A 


4 


L 


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2 


12/22/1989 C 


1 


N N36 


CHH 


1 


2/14/1989 A 


1 


P N L38 


CHH 


1 


4/24/1989 A 


1 


P N 


CHH 


1 


10/12/1989 A 


2 


N 


CHH 


1 


12/14/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


H 


2 


9/06/1989 C 


3 P N M51 


H 


2 


12/14/1989 B 


1 


N S69 


S 


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£ 


4/19/1989 B 


1 


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BASEBALL LEGEND KEEPING BUSY WITH UPDATING HIS BOARD GAME, WRITING 

ALLEN, FRED DUAYNE (BREAKING AND ENTERING SUSPECT) 
^^TWO IN JAIL FACE CHARGES OF SETTING 3RD INMATE ON FIRE 

ALLEN, GAIL (DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES) 
DURHAM ELDER ABUSE JUMPS 20X SINCE '85 

ALLEN, HAYES JAMES (ASSAULT) „ 

JUDGE LIFTS RESTRICTION IN CUSTODY CASE 

ALLEN, J. B. (JUDGE) 
BENCH TALK 
JUDGMENT ON APPEAL 

All FN, JAMES (HEALTH POLICY PROFESSOR) 
ON RETIREMENT! 'PLAN NOW FOR LATER' 

ALLEN, JAMES (VOLUNTEER) __ 

HANDICAP DOESN'T SLOW HONORED VOLUNTEER 

ALLEN, JAMES D. (ASSAULT CHARGES) _ „.,„„, 

POLICE LOG/NORTHGATE GUARD'S NOSE BROKEN; TEEN CHARGED 

ALLEN, JEFFREY LINWOOD (DWI CHARGES) „ 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN ASSAULTED IN MCDONALD HOUSE 

ALLEN, JOHN (DEVELOPER) 

DEVELOPERS SQUARE OFF ON MILL SITE REZONING 
DEVELOPER EYES REST OF HOSIERY MILL SITE 
DEVELOPERS SETTLE ON MILL REZONING 

ALLEN, LEVERNE III (AUTO ACCIDENT) 

COUSINS' 'MOVIE' ENDS IN DEATH ON 1-40 

REWARD OFFERED FOR DRIVER FORCING FATAL 1-40 WRECK 

SBI JOINS PATROL'S INVESTIGATION OF FATAL RAMMING WRECK ON 1-40 

DRAWING ISSUED OF MAN WANTED IN HIT-AND-RUN 

YOUTH DESERVES AWARD m „, 

UNSOLVED FATAL RAMMING ON 1-40 RE-ENACTED FOR TV 

ALLEN, MAC (TENNIS PLAYER) 

AT 72, ALLEN'S JUST BEGINNING 

ALLEN, MARK (KIDNAPPING AND ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH ABDUCTING TAXI DRIVER 
ROBBER KIDNAPS CAB DRIVER, WRECKS TAXI 

ALLEN, MCARTHUR (AUTO THEFT) _ 

FOUR DURHAM MEN CHARGED AFTER STOLEN JEEP RECOVERED 

ALLEN, REGINALD 0. (BANK ROBBERY SUSPECT) 
SUSPECTED BANK ROBBERS ARRESTED 
2 DURHAM MEN ARE CHARGED WITH MORRISVILLE BANK HOLDUP 

ALLEN, RONNIE 

$1 MILLION TEENS' CRUISING PARK BEING BUILT IN EASTERN DURHAM 
CRUISING/BUSINESSMEN CREATING PLACE SOLELY FOR TEEN-AGE PASTIME 

ALLEN, STEVE (COMEDIAN) 

JAZZ CONCERT HERALDS MONK INSTITUTE 

THELONIOUS ASSAULT; "FAMILY" REUNION PLANNED AT DUKE n _ 
TO HONOR THELONIOUS MONK; 'HIGH PRIEST'S' MEMORY DRAWS JAZZ ZEALOTS 
JAZZ EVENING CELEBRATION OF HISTORY, SOMETHING NEW 

ALLEN, SUSAN B. (HUMOR SPECIALIST) 

FUN AT WORK IS NO JOKE, SAYS DURHAM RESEARCHER 

ALLEN, TIM (CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT) 
WORKER INJURED IN FALL FROM CCB 
MAN HURT IN FALL IS 'FAIR* 



S 

N E E 
P D — DATE — C 

CHH 1 10/21/1989 A 
H 2 3/23/1989 C 
S 2 4/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/13/1989 A 



S 2 5/17/1989 B 
H 2 5/23/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/07/1989 A 
H 2 8/17/1989 A 
H 2 10/09/1989 B 
H 2 8/29/1989 C 



S 2 8/22/1989 B 
S 2 10/10/1989 C 
S 2 11/23/1989 A 



H 2 1/06/1989 A 

H 2 1/07/1989 C 

H 2 1/11/1989 D 

H 2 1/20/1989 B 

S 2 1/30/1989 A 

H 2 11/07/1989 B 



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•PG L P BYL 

5 P N B64 

6 N 

1 N H65 
3 N H90 



1 P P L38 
4 E 



3 P N L90 

10 P N R60 

6 N M51 

6 N M51 



1 P N C61 
1 P N C61 
1 N C61 



9 N 
1 N 
9 N M51 
9 D N 
4 E 
1 N N36 



H 2 8/18/1989 B 1 P U M88 



S 2 2/07/1989 C 
H 2 2/08/1989 C 



1 N B53 
4 N M51 



H 2 8/19/1989 C 2 N 



H 2 7/22/1989 C 
S 2 7/22/1989 C 



H 2 10/22/1989 B 
S 2 10/31/1989 B 



H 2 1/01/1989 C 

H 2 1/13/1989 D 

H 2 1/15/1989 A 

H 2 1/16/1989 B 



1 P P T37 
1 P N B53 



1 P N R63 
5 P U A76 



1 P N 

11 P F W66 
1 P N P38 
1 P R S66 



H 2 12/28/1989 A 6 P N Zll 



S 2 2/15/1989 A 
S 2 2/16/1989 C 



1 P N B53 
1 N 



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ALLEN, UOODY (ACTOR) 

"CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS"/SUCCESSFUL AMBITION 

ALLEVA, JOE (DIKE ASSOCIATE ATH_ETIC DIRECTOR) 
DUKE'S ALLEVA NEW MEXICO CANDIDATE 
DUKE'S ALLEVA TOP NEW MEXICO AD CANDIDATE 
DUKE'S ALLEVA OFFERED POST WITH LOBOS 
DUKE'S ALLEVA REJECTS AD JOB AT NEW MEXICO 

ALLEY, CHRISTOPHER DAVID (DRUG CHARGES) 

FEDERAL COURT TAKES ON LOCAL 'ECSTASY' CASE 
ORANGE COUNTY MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO 'ECSTASY' CHARGES 
TESTIMONY BEGINS IN ECSTASY TRIAL 

ALLISON, F. V, JR. 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

ALLISON, FRAN (PUPPETEER) 
FRAN MADE FANTASY REAL 

ALLISON, LAVONIA DR. 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

ALLISON, MOSE 

MYSTERIOUS MOSE 

MIXIN' UP THE BOOGIE AND THE DO-SI-DO 

CONSTANT INVENTION HAKES ALLISON JAZZ AN ARTSCENTER DELIGHT 

ALLRAN, AUSTIN 

FRUGALITY MEETS PATRIOTISM HEAD-ON IN LEGISLATURE 

ALONSO, BRENNA 

2 DURHAM WOMEN STRANDED IN CHINA CHAOS 

GUNFIRE CRACKLES OVER BEIJING; 2 DURHAM STUDENTS TRY TO FLEE 

2 DURHAM WOMEN SAFE IN TOKYO; AIR FARE STRANDS OTHER AMERICANS 

ALSTON, ANDREW JODY (DRUG CHARGES) 

DURHAM, GRANVILLE CONTINUE DRUG BUST 

ALSTON, CHARLES NORMAN 

MAN'S LONG WAIT REWARDED 

ALSTON, DEENA NICHELL 

3 PEOPLE FACE U.S. CHARGES 

ALSTON, DUNCAN ERIC (INDECENT LIBERTIES CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/MAN ACCUSED OF INDECENT LIBERTIES 

ALSTON, FRANK HOWARD 

FORMER TEACHER AT HILLSIDE TO BE HONORED 

ALUMNI REMEMBER 'DYNAMITE' TEACHER 

REDESIGN DURHAM'S PROPOSED MAJOR PROJECT ORDINANCE 

'PROF' ALSTON, LONGTIME EDUCATOR, 70 

FRANK ALSTON MADE DURHAM BETTER PLACE 

FRANK ALSTON: MAN OF INTEGRITY 

HERBERT, ALSTON RECEIVE AWARD 

ALSTON, GEORGE SMITH (JAIL ESCAPEE) 

CHATHAM ROBBERY SUSPECT RECAPTURED 

ALSTON, JOHN 

'WE'VE BEEN F-RAYING FOR THIS' 

ALSTON, KEITH (BREAKING 4 ENTERING CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/CAR KNOCKS DOWN BOOR OF DUPLEX 

ALSTON, LINDA 

•WE'VE BEEN PRAYING FOR THIS' 



H 2 11/10/1989 D 15 P R S66 



H 2 3/29/1989 D 

H 2 5/13/1989 D 

H 2 5/20/1989 D 

H 2 5/25/1989 D 



CHH 1 3/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 



H 2 2/16/1989 B 
S 2 6/17/1989 A 
H 2 2/09/1989 A 



H 2 8/25/1989 D 
H 2 8/25/1989 D 
H 2 8/29/1989 A 



2 N C52 

3 P N C52 

4 P N 

1 P N C52 



1 N M70 
1 N M70 
3 N H90 



5 P G 

4 E 

11 P G 



1 P P 

8 P F S56 
6 P R 366 



S 2 7/11/1989 A 5 J Oil 



H 2 6/06/1989 A 
H 2 6/07/1989 A 
H 2 6/08/1989 A 



S 2 5/27/1989 A 

S 2 8/29/1989 A 

H 2 5/06/1989 B 

CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 



S 2 2/15/1989 A 

S 2 2/18/1989 A 

H 2 3/09/1989 A 

H 2 3/29/1989 A 

S 2 3/30/1989 A 

H 2 3/31/1989 A 

S 2 10/03/1989 A 



CHH 1 9/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/18/1989 A 
H 2 12/12/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/18/1989 A 



1 N C60 

1 N Bll 

2 P N Bll 



1 N B53 

4 E 

3 N 

9 N 



11 N 

1 P N S92 
4 L 
8 P 
4 E 
4 E 
1 P N C61 



1 N M25 

1 P N M20 

1 N M51 

1 P N M20 



ALSTON, MAXIE (FIRE) 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



WOMAN SUFFERS SMOKE INHALATION IN TUESDAY FIRE 

ALSTON. PAT 

DECISION BARRING BLACK FAMILY HAS SWIM CLUB DIVIDED 
FIGHT OVER BLACKS MAY COST CLUB MEMBERS, PRES. SAYS 

^ STW SCHKViCESW^T OVIR WHO GETS SEIZED PROPERTY 

helms endorses nccu graduate for labor post 

alston, roy conrad <drug charges) 
16 charged in drug raid 
sixteen arrested in drug raids 

Strain? aEstohgeps chugging away for chapel hill 

alston, ryan deon (marijuana charges) 

police log/local man charged for growing pot 

alston, thomas alan (convicted of assault) 
purse snatching suspect nets 12 years 

ALT, DAVID DIXON (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL POLICE CHARGE 3 WITH DWI 

ALVAREZ, JAVIER (BASKETBALL) nr . 

CAVS' ALVAREZ ANXIOUS TO TEST BULLDOGS 

^^VAREZ^ NL'S OLDEST ROOKIE, MADE MOST OF SHOT WITH BRAVES 

AMAKER, TOM __ 

AMAKER MOVES UP; KING JOINS BENDER 

AMAKER FILLS DUKE VACANCY; KING HEADED TO ILLINOIS ST. 

AMATO, NEIL 

HEELS' VELXITY: FULL SPEE AHEAD 

AMBLER, WAYNE _ 

DUKE INDUCTS FOUR INTO HALL OF FAME 

AMBROSIO, CAROL 

AMBROSIO NAMED TO NEW SCHOOLS POST 

AMMONS, A.R. (AUTHOR) 

WRITERS SPEAK FOR THE POOR IN COLLECTION ABOUT POVERTY 

AMNOT, Da 

AMNOTT WILL NOT WORK AFTER JULY 

ANDERIE, JOSEF DR. 

N.C. SCHOLARS KEEP EYES ON POLAND 

ANDERS GARY JAMES 

PATIENT CHARGED AFTER UMSTEAD WORKER STABBED 

ANDERSON, CAROL 

MAJOR PROJECTS ORDINANCE NOT THE PRODUCT OF ONE 

ANDERSON, CHARLES E. DR. 

NCSU PROF URGES BETTER STORM PLAN 

ANDERSON, DAN 

LAWYER CHARGED WITH ASSAULT BY SHOVING MAN 

ANDERSON, FRANKLIN 

HiaSBOROUGH TO GET 40 NEW JOBS 



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5/31/1989 A 


3P N M70 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


7/18/1989 A 
7/20/1989 A 


1 
1 


N S17 
N S17 


H 


2 


1/09/1989 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


5/09/1989 A 


11 


N 


S 

H 


2 
2 


8/19/1989 C 
8/20/1989 C 


1 
1 


N B53 
N M51 


H 


2 


9/07/1989 D 


3 P N B40 


a* 


1 


6/25/1989 A 


9 


N 


CHH 1 


1/14/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 


3/07/1989 A 


8 


N 


S 


2 12/27/1989 D 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 C 


9 P N C52 


S 

H 


2 

2 


4/26/1989 D 
4/27/1989 D 


1 
1 


N 
P N 


H 


2 11/21/1989 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 


4/09/1989 C 


13 


N 


CHH 1 


4/19/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/17/1989 D 


3 D R H45 


S 


2 


6/14/1989 A 


15 


P N 


H 


2 


8/24/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


1 


11/16/1989 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


2/22/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 10/05/1989 C 


1 


N S32 


CHH 1 


5/20/1989 A 


1 


N H90 



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TRUSTEE ANDERSON BLASTS LOU NCCU ALUMNI GIVING 
NCCU WANTS ALUMNI TO GIVE MORE MONEY 

ANDERSON, JACK 

ADF SERVES AS PORT OF ENTRY FOR INTERNATIONAL DANCE IDEAS 

ANDERSON, JEAN 

NEGLECTED, ALMOST FORGOTTEN CEMETERY TARGET FOR PRESERVATION SOCIETY... 
JOHN O'DANIEL'S DURHAM ROLE 
CLARIFYING 'MISCONCEPTIONS' 

ANDERSON, JOHN DR. 

PREVENT OSTEOPOROSIS STUDY RELEASED AT UNC 

ANDERSON, KENNY (BASKETBALL) 

KENNY ANDERSON/ 'FEELING GOOD ABOUT THE WHOLE SITUATION' 
TECH'S SCOTT, ANDERSON TAKE AIM ON RECORDS 

ANDERSON, LISA (CRAFTSMAN) 

ART AND CRAFT; DESIGNER CRAFTSMEN MAKE TWAIN TO MEET FOR 20 YEARS NOW 

ANDERSON, MAL (TENNIS) 

ANDERSON, ROSEWALL EARN GRAND MASTERS VICTORIES 

ANDERSON, NICOLE (DECEASED) 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN HOME 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN'S DEATH DUE TO NATURAL CAUSES 

ANDERSON, SHERWOOD 

DUKE PROF PROBES COMPLEX LIFE OF SHERWOOD ANDERSON 

ANDERSON, TERRY (HOSTAGE) 

U.S. SHOULDN'T GIVE IN TO GET HOSTAGES FREE 

ANDRE, NORMAN 

NEW LOOKS IN LARGE SIZES; DURHAM DESIGNER FINDS HIS REWARD... 

ANDRESEN, JULIE 

HORACE WILLIAMS AIRPORT FOES STILL NOT SATISFIED; ANDRESEN MAY SEEK... 

ANDRESEN, BROWN FILE FOR CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL 

HOWES* WAR CHEST THE FULLEST 

OFFICIAL SAYS WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS NOT 'A TAKING' 

AIRPORT INVESTIGATION REQUESTED 

CANDIDATES ADDRESS TAX ISSUE 

COMPENSATION TO LANDOWNERS UNNECESSARY - ANDRESEN 

STRONGER POSITION ON AIRPORT ADVISED 

COUNCIL TO HEAR WATERSHED PLAN 

PRESERVE WATER QUALITY THROUGH ZONING RESTRICTIONS 

INCUMBENTS BELIEVED LEADING THE PACK 

ANDRESEN, THORPE TOP FUND RAISING 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL: VOTE FOR FOUR 

PASQUINI DROPPED FROM TOWN COUNCIL 

AIRPORT BOOSTERS MALIGNED 

4-LANE 15-501 PLANNED FOR 1996 CONSTRUCTION 

STRONG CAMPAIGNS SERVE NEWCOMERS 

COMMITTEE SEE\S TO PUT RESTAURANT ATOP PARKING DECK 

ANDREWS, AMY 

CAROL WOODS CELEBRATES 10TH BIRTHDAY 

ANDREWS, ANDY 

SOUTHERN HIGH PICKS ANDREWS 

WAIT OVER, ANDREWS NAMED SOUTHERN BASKETBALL COACH 

ANDREWS A 'PART-TIME' STAR 

ANDREWS, BARBARA (INTERIOR DECORATOR) 

CARRBORO DECORATOR WINS NATIONAL AWARD 

ANDREWS, HERBERT 

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H 2 11/16/1989 C 1 P N N36 
S 2 11/16/1939 C 1 P N E33 



H 2 7/18/1989 C 



H 2 2/12/1989 B 


1 M N N36 




H 2 2/21/1989 A 


4 L 




H 2 3/01/1989 A 


4 L 




H 2 2/22/1989 C 


1 C N C60 




H 2 11/28/1989 B 


2 P N 




H 2 12/21/1989 B 


1 P N 




H 2 10/12/1989 A 


6 P F W66 




H 2 4/15/1989 D 


1 P N D85 




CHH 1 5/14/1989 A 


7 N 




CHH 1 5/16/1989 A 


5 N 




H 2 6/04/1989 D 


3 P F B80 




S 2 3/18/1989 A 


4 E 




H 2 4/24/1989 B 


1 P F Zll 




CHH 1 5/24/1989 A 


1 P N S17 




CHH 1 8/03/1989 A 


1 P N M70 




CHH 1 8/16/1989 A 


1 P N M70 




CHH 1 9/25/1989 A 


1 P N M20 




CHH 1 9/27/1989 A 


3 N 




CHH 1 10/04/1989 A 


3 N M70 




CHH 1 10/07/1989 A 


1 P N M25 




CHH 1 10/09/1989 A 


1 P N M70 




CHH 1 10/23/1989 A 


1 P N M20 




CHH 1 10/26/1989 A 


4 L 




CHH 1 11/01/1989 A 


1 P Q M70 




CHH 1 11/01/1989 A 


1 C N M70 




CHH 1 11/05/1989 A 


8 P N 




H 3 11/08/1989 A 


1 N M70 




CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 


4 L 




CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 


1 P N M25 




CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 


1 P N M70 




CHH 1 12/19/1989 A 


1 P N M70 





CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 3 P N 



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H 
S 


9 

2 
2 


6/09/1989 D 

6/10/1989 D 

11/08/1989 D 


1 P N P52 

1 P N 

2 P N P52 


CHH 


1 


5/21/1989 A 


3 N 


H 


2 


1/05/1989 B 


1 P P A47 



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ANDREWS, KENNETH F. (BREAKING 4 ENTERING CHARGE) 
TWO HEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

ANDRE TOUi<nGlOES JAIL REPORT ON SPACE IMPROVEMENTS 

ANGELOU, MAYA 

UNC CIVIL LIBERTIES FORUM SCHEDULED 



CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 



S 2 10/06/1989 A 



3 N H90 
1 N B53 



ANGIER, NEWTON DUKE 

FAMILY GROUP TRACKS DUKES 



GONE ASTRAY' 



CHH 1 8/22/1989 A 3 P N S17 



S 2 11/24/1989 C 1 P N Yll 



ANLYAN, WILLIAM G. DR. 

BUILDING BRIDGES; DUKE CHANCELLOR WILLIAM ANLYAN 

DR. WILLIAM G. ANYLAN*. A TIRELESS PROMOTER OF DUKE UNIVERSITY 

DUKE, UNC-C CHANCELLORS JOIN MICROELECTRONICS CENTER BOARD 

ANNADALE, JOSEPH DAVID "CUJO" (MURDER SUSPECT) 
ENNIS* BODY FOUND NEAR HILLSBOROUGH 
ENNIS' FATHER SAYS FAMILY RELIEVED BODY FINALLY FOUND 
ANNADALE CHARGED IN ENNIS MURDER 
SCUFFLE MARKS ANNADALE COURT APPEARANCE 
HOUSEMATE DOUBTFUL OF CHARGES 

JUSTICE STILL NEEDED IN WOMAN'S SLAYING ^^ 

ANNADALE'S PAST FILLED WITH CRIME, ABUSE AND TREATMENT 

ANNADALE'S PAST FILLED WITH CRIME, ABUSE AND TREATMENT 

ANNADALE GOOD INFLUENCE, FRIEND SAYS „„ A ,™ „„„„ 

'SHE LOVED YOU VERY MUCH', ENNIS EULOGIZED FRIDAY AS A DEDICATED MOTHER 

REPORT SAYS ENNIS DIED OF A CUT THROAT 

ANNADALE, EDWARDS INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGES 

COUNTY MAY HAVE 4TH DEATH ROW CASE 

ANNADALE'S MURDER TRIAL SCHEDULED 

DEFENSE SEEKS ANNADALE TRIAL DELAY 

ANNADALE WINS MURDER-TRIAL DELAY ^ 

TRIAL OF MAN ACCUSED IN 1986 ENNIS SLAYING POSTPONED 

ANNADALE HIRED TO KILL ENNIS, INMATE CLAIMS 

JURY SELECTION TO BEGIN TUESDAY IN ANNADALE TRIAL 

ANNADALE JURY SOUGHT; NO JURORS SEATED FIRST DAY OF QUESTIONING 

ANNADALE JURORS SEATED 

10 JURORS SEATED FOR MURDER TRIAL 

ANNADALE EVIDENCE EXPECTED TUESDAY 

ENNIS' SON TAKES STAND IN HEARING 

JURY TO HEAR TESTIMONY Of ENNIS' SON 

WITNESS TELLS GRISLY STORY OF ENNIS KILLING 

ENNIS' SON TAKES WITNESS STAND 

INMATES TESTIFY ANNADALE SAID HE KILLED ENNIS 

ACCUSED ADMITTED KILLING ENNIS, WOMAN TESTIFIES 

ANNADALE TAKES WITNESS STAND 

PHOTO EXPLOITS CHILD 

DENTAL RECORDS USED IN ENNIS' IDENTIFICATION 

WITNESS CITES THREAT FROM STATE WITNESS 

ANNADALE TRIAL TESTIMONY CONCLUDES 

ANNADALE TRIAL GOES TO JURY _ _ , 

ANNADALE CONVICTED OF MURDER/SENTENCING HEARING SET FOR TODAY 

CHRONOLOGY OF ANNADALE TRIAL 

ANNADALE GETS LIFE 

CORRECTION 

ANNADALE LOSES APPEAL IN ROBBERIES 

COURT OF APPEALS REJECTS ANNADALE APPEAL 

ANNADALE JURY HAD TRIALS AS WELL 

ANTHONY, LEWIS REV, 

MARCH, SPEECHES TO HONOR KING 

ANTLE, CHARLES 

LEADERSHIP 'STYLE' DAMAGES DEPT., UNC OFFICERS SAY 

ANTLEY, PATRICIA 

COUNTY ASSESSOR HIRED 



S 2 1/06/1989 B 
H 2 1/15/1989 A 
S 2 7/22/1989 C 



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



1/11/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/12/1989 
1/12/1989 
1/12/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/17/1989 
1/21/1989 
1/21/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/28/1989 
7/23/1989 
8/05/1989 
8/07/1989 
8/08/1989 
8/26/1989 
9/10/1989 
9/13/1989 
9/14/1989 
9/15/1989 
9/16/1989 
9/19/1989 
9/20/1989 
9/21/1989 
9/22/1989 
9/23/1989 
9/26/1989 
9/27/1989 
9/27/1989 
9/28/1989 
9/29/1989 
9/30/1989 
10/03/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/05/1989 
10/07/1989 
10/19/1989 
10/19/1989 
11/19/1989 



H 2 1/14/1989 C 



CHH 1 9/20/1989 A 



H 2 5/23/1989 C 



1 P F 659 
1 P N N36 
1 P N 



N R63 
N L90 
N 

N H90 
N R63 
E 

N H90 
N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N M06 
N M70 
N M70 
N H90 
N H90 
N 
N 

N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N M70 
N M70 
N H90 
N H90 
L 

N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N 

N S82 
N 382 



1 P N 
1 P N S17 
1 N 



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DURHAM CO. HIRES NEW TAX ASSESSOR 1 

TAX OFFICE REVAMPING, EYEING 4- YEAR REVALUATIONS 

COUNTY TO CHANGE TAX-LISTING SYSTEM 

TAX ASSESSOR REVVING UP TO CATCH CAR-TAX DODGERS 

AFflAH, K. ANTHONY 

DUKE GETS BLACK IVY LEAGUE PROFS 

DUKE HIRES TWO BLACK PROFESSORS FROM CORNELL 

AFPLE, B. L. 

POLICE HOLIDAY OPERATION LEADS TO 15 ARRESTS 

APPLETON, JAMES N. (CHILD FflRNOGRAPHY CHARGES) 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO FEDERAL PORNOGRAPHY CHARGE 

APPLEWHITE, JAMES 

SAILPLANE LESSONS INFLUENCE POETRY OF JAMES APPLEWHITE 

APPLING, LUKE 

BASEBALL FANS WILL FIND NO CORN SPROUTING IN BILL MILLER'S INFIELD 

ARAFAT. YASSER 

PEACE MOVES UNCLEAR, MIDEAST WATCHERS SAY 

ARCHBOLD, WILLARD S. 

MORE TRIANGLE COMPANIES NEEDED IN JOBS PROGRAM 

ARIAIL, KATE DOBBS 

3 SHOWS, 3 ARTISTS, 3 STYLES 

ARMSTRONG, ELAINE P. (COOKING CONTEST WINNER) 

PRIZE CHILI,- HEALTHY AND QUICK CHILI RECIPE IS FIRST IN CONTEST 

ARMSTRONG, ELSON JR. 

NCCU EAGLES RIDE GOLDEN RAINBOW TO NATIONAL TITLE 

DURHAM IS GROWING AND CROWING ABOUT IT 

OBSERVING FUNNEL FORM IS AWESOME 

THOM MCAN WINNER 

IS DURHAM TOPS IN TRIANGLE? 

1990S COULD USHER IN CHANGES 

REC SPORTS PLAYS NO FAVORITES 

RALEIGH IS A 'FINE CITY* 

4TH OF JULY A UNIQUELY AMERICAN HOLIDAY 

VOLUNTEERS, PLAYERS MAKE GAME SUCCESS 

TIME TO TAKE DURHAM INVENTORY IN SPORTS 

SUMMER'S OVER BUT ATHLETIC COMPETITION BEGINS TO «AT UP 

20 YEARS AGO, WRITER WAS OFF TO VISIT UNCLE SAM 

ARMSTRONG, NEIL (ASTRONAUT) 

THE FIRST STEP IN THE HEAVENS 

ARMWOOD, CATHERINE 

CONTRIBUTION RECOGNIZED 

ARNETT. EDWARD 

DUKE CHEMISTRY PROFS TO BE HONORED 

ARNETTE, JIMMY UAYME (MURDER SUSPECT) 

ORANGE COUNTY MAN CHARGED IN KILLINGS (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-28-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

'I'M INNOCENT,' SAYS MAN CHARGED IN KILLINGS 

COUNTY MAY HAVE 4TH DEATH ROW CASE 

ARNETT GETS PROBABLE-CAUSE HEARING DATE 

WITNESS SAYS ARNETT SHOT COUPLE 

ORANGE CO. GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN IN SLAYING OF COUPLE 

ARNETTE, SALLY 

ORANGE COUNTY MAN CHARGED IN KILLINGS (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-28-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

ARNETT GETS PROBABLE-CAUSE HEARING DATE 



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S 2 5/23/1989 C 1 P N H65 

S 2 10/12/1989 C 1 N H65 

S 2 11/28/1989 A 1 N H65 

S 2 12/06/1989 A 1 P N B65 



2 8/17/1989 A 1 
2 8/18/1989 A 16 



S 2 



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



H 2 1/05/1989 C 

H 2 1/26/1989 A 

H 2 9/03/1989 D 

H 2 6/25/1989 B 

CHH 1 1/03/1989 A 



1 N M51 
12 N 
3 R D80 
1 U N36 
3 P N C62 



S 2 1/05/1989 A 1 P N H65 
H 2 7/23/1989 E 8 P R G68 
H 2 3/29/1989 B 1 P F W66 



3/28/1989 
4/11/1989 
5/06/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/13/1989 
7/11/1989 D 
7/11/1989 D 
7/18/1989 D 
8/15/1989 D 
8/22/1989 B 
8/30/1989 B 



H 2 7/20/1989 A 



6/26/1989 C 
9/12/1989 C 



2/27/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/16/1989 
3/28/1989 



2/27/1989 A 
2/28/1989 A 
2/28/1989 A 



4 P N A76 
4 N A76 
1 P N A76 

3 P P K30 

6 U A76 
6 J A76 
6 N A76 

4 J A76 

4 P J A76 

3 J A76 

5 P J A76 

4 P J A76 
1 P U A76 



4 E 

3 P P T32 



1 N 



1 P N M70 

2 N 

ip Him 

1 N H90 

1 P N B53 
1 P N M70 
1 P N H90 



1 P N M70 

2 N 

1 P N B53 



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ARNOLD, GERALD 

AIR COMPLAINTS PUBLICLY 

^LEgIS^T^ STATE CAMPUSES/GUEST COLUMNIST 

ARNOLD, UALLY BRIG. GEN. mi 

DUKE ARMY ROTC MAKING GREAT STRIDES — GENERAL 

ARRINGTON, TIMOTHY LAMONT (DRUG CHARGES) 
CRACK BUST FIRST FOR TOUN 

ARSENAULT, LEE (AIDS DEMONSTRATION) 

4 I ACTMSTS S p0RM , 1u^UGHS R WflLC0ME IN PROTEST (MR COST OF AIDS DRUG 
AH COST PROTESTERS HAVE CASES DISMISSED 

ARTHUR, BEA 

DIZZY PLAYS FOR JAZZY BENEFIT 
$250 SHOW OPENS $50-MILLI0N DRIVE 

ASBILL, DONALD LEWIS (MOTORCYCLE DEATH) „ _ „ mtr 

APPEALS COURT RULES $500,000 RESTITUTION EXCESSIVE IN DEATH-BY-VEHICLE 
$500,000 RESTITUTION ORDER REDUCED TO $4,500 

ASBURY, VERA (CENTENARIAN) „„„„„ 

DURHAM IS HOSPITABLE HOME TO LONG-LIVED CITIZENS 

ASHBY, RICKY MICHAEL (DECEASED) 

ROUGEMONT SHOOTING VICTIM IDENTIFIED __ „ rtmt 
MAN FACING MURDER CHARGE TRANSFERRED TO CENTRAL PRISON 
JURY INDICTS MAN IN SHOOTING DEATH 

acuisy QTFUFN DR 

HEALTH BOARD INVITES DIRECTOR CANDIDATE FOR 2ND LOOK 

MENTAL HEALTH BOARD INTERVIEWS CANDIDATE 2ND TIME 

ASHBY OFFERED HEALTH CENTER POST 

MENTAL HEALTH BOARD HIRES NEW DIRECTOR 

MENTAL HEALTH CENTER DIRECTOR HIRED 

NEW MENTAL-HEALTH CHIEF BUILDING ON STRENGTHS 

EVALUATING ADULT SERVICES TOP PRIORITY OF MENTAL HEALTH OFFICIAL 

MENTALLY ILL, SUBSTANCE ABUSE COMBO TARGETED 

MENTAL-HEALTH GROUP, CHIEF SET GOALS 

COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH REPORT IS READY _ 

DUKE ACTION SURPRISES MENTAL HEALTH CENTER (CORRECTED) 

ASHE, ARTHUR (TENNIS) 

ARTHUR ASHE AT NCCU 

ASHE! BIG LIE HURTS BLACKS 

ASHE SERVES MINORITIES HIS SUPPORT 

ASHE STILL ELOQUENT, CLASSY 

ASHE, JULIE DENISE (ROBBERY CHARGE) 

F«_ICE LOG/WOMAN CITED IN ROBBERY OF NEIGHBOR, 80 

ASHE, SHAMANA LATELLE (FORGERY SUSPECT) 
FORGERY SUSPECT CHASED, ARRESTED 

ASHLEY, RODNEY (PUTT-PUTT GOLFER) 

PUTT-PUTT PLAYERS POCKET PRIZES 

ASHLEY, WAYNE JOSEPH (ASSAULT CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/MAN FAKING LEG INJURY STEALS PURSE 

PEACE ACTIVISTS SAY PALESTINIAN UPRISING STRIKES FAMILIAR CHORD 

ATCHLEY, BILL 

RESPONSIBILITY 



H 2 9/26/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 5/03/1989 A 4 P U 

H 2 1/14/1989 B 3 P N C47 

CHH 1 7/18/1989 A 1 N M70 



S 2 4/25/1989 A 1 N 
H 2 4/26/1989 A 1 P N C47 
H 2 5/05/1989 A 12 N 



2 4/20/1989 D 
2 4/23/1989 E 



3 P N 

4 P N W66 



H 2 4/09/1989 B 1 N S82 
H 2 5/16/1989 C 1 N 



S 2 4/19/1989 B 1 F S27 



H 2 4/14/1989 C 2 
S 2 4/14/1989 C 1 N 
S 2 5/03/1989 A 1 N B53 



H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 


2 3/24/1989 C 
2 4/21/1989 C 
2 4/28/1989 C 
2 4/28/1989 C 
2 5/25/1989 B 
2 8/08/1989 C 
2 8/14/1989 B 
2 8/25/1989 A 
2 9/18/1989 C 
2 11/22/1989 C 
2 12/01/1989 C 


1 N 
1 P N H65 
1 N 

1 P N H65 

2 N 

1 P N H65 

1 P N C60 

13 N C60 

1 N H65 

2 N C60 
1 N C60 


H 
H 
S 
S 


2 10/22/1989 C 
2 10/25/1989 D 
2 10/25/1989 A 
2 10/25/1989 A 


11 N M88 
1 P U M88 
1 P N E33 
1 P U D18 


H 


2 11/29/1989 C 


1 N M51 


H 


2 11/18/1989 C 


1 P P R56 


S 


2 10/24/1989 B 


6 P N A76 


H 


2 12/28/1989 B 


1 N M51 


CHH 1 11/15/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


S 


2 8/18/1989 D 


1 U F25 



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ATKINS, MARK <DUI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/WAKE COUNTY MAN CHARGED WITH MI 

ATKINS, TIM (RACING ENTHUSIAST) 

RADIO-CONTROLLED RACING TAKES OFF IN DURHAM 

ATKINS, WILLIAM E. (TORNADO VICTIM) 

1988 TORNADO VICTIM ATKINS' MEDICAL BILLS NEAR $750,000 

ATKINSON, LAMONT (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE ARREST GOLDSBORO MAN ON HEROIN CHARGE 

ATKINSON, RICHARD SAMPSON (DRUG CHARGE) 

72-YEAR-OLD MAN ARRESTED AGAIN ON DRUG CHARGES 

ATTMORE, RONALD ARIESTUS (CONVICTED OF KIDNAPPING & RAPE) 

PANEL UPHOLDS LIFE SENTENCE IN ELIZABETH CITY HOSTAGE CASE 

ATWATER, ALLEN EARL 

TWO CHARGED IN KIDNAPPING, SEXUAL ASSAULT INCIDENT 

ANOTHER CHARGED IN SEX CAPTIVE CASE 

SEX OFFENSE CHARGES AGAINST THREE SENT TO GRAND JURY 

ATWATER, BERNARD (SHOOTING SUSPECT) 

MAN SHOT AFTER DISPUTE NEAR FIRE DEPARTMENT, LOCAL BAND MEMBER CHARGED 
POLICE SAY VICTIM LEFT PARALYZED 
SHOOTING LINKED TO DRUG DEAL 

ATWATER, EDDIE 

ATWATER ASSAULT CHARGES DROPPED 
GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN ON SEX CHARGES 

ATWATER, EUGENE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

ATWATER, JAMES (DRUG/KIDNAPPING CHARGES) 
DRUG. KIDNAP CHARGES FILED 
ANOTHER CHARGED IN SEX CAPTIVE CASE 
ATWATER ASSAULT CHARGES DROPPED 
ATWATER GETS BOND REDUCED 
POLICE LOG/ATUATER STRUCK BY AUTOMOBILE 
SEX OFFENSE CHARGES AGAINST THREE SENT TO GRAND JURY 
GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN ON SEX CHARGES 
POLICE LOG/MORE ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

ATWATER, LEE (REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CHAIRMAN) 
THIS REJECTION HURTS BOTH SIDES 

ATUOOD. MARGARET (URITER) 

THERE'S A WIZARD AFTER YOUR CHILDREN 

MARGARET ATWOOD TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

ATUOOD'S TALE; MARGARET ATWOOD SPEAKS OF 'HANDMAID'S TALE' AT DUKE 

QUESTIONS SPARK ANSWER FOUND IN 'HANDMAID'S TALE' 

AUGUST, TOM (WEEPING RADISH) 

WHY DID THE COMEDY ZONE CROSS THE TRIANGLE? 

AUMAN, JENNIFER GREY (BRAIN TUMOR PATIENT) 
YOUNG CAROLINA FAN STRONG ON COURAGE 
SCHOLARSHIPS PRESENTED 

AUSTIN, ASHLEY WAYNE (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/3 CHARGED WITH POT POSSESSION 

ajjcttw SONNY 

POLICE FOLLOW NEW EVIDENCE DISPOSAL RULES 

AVERETTE, W. E. "PETE" (GRANVILLE CO.) 

DEMOCRATS FILE FOR FIVE SEATS ON BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 



CHH 1 9/15/1989 A 7 N 

S 2 10/31/1989 B 4 P N 

H 2 11/28/1989 A 9 N 

S 2 2/16/1989 A 6 N 

CHH 1 12/01/1989 A 1 N 

H 2 1/04/1989 B 5 N 



CHH 1 7/19/1989 A 1 N 
CHH 1 7/26/1989 A 1 N 
CHH 1 8/17/1989 A 1 N 



CHH 1 9/01/1989 A 1 P N 
CHH 1 9/02/1989 A 1 N 
CHH 1 9/14/1989 A 1 N 



CHH 1 7/27/1989 A 1 N 
CHH 1 9/13/1989 A 3 N 



M06 



M70 



M70 
M70 
M70 



M70 
M70 

M70 



M70 
H90 



3 


N M70 


1 


N M70 


1 


N M70 


3 


N 


3 


N 


1 


N M70 


3 


N H90 


3 


N 



CHH 1 3/26/1989 A 5 N 



CHH 1 7/19/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/26/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/27/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/28/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/01/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/17/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/13/1989 A 

CHH 1 11/18/1989 A 



H 2 3/14/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 3/27/1989 A 6 U W66 

S 2 4/14/1989 A 12 P N B71 

S 2 4/20/1989 D 1 P P S73 

S 2 4/20/1989 D 2 N B71 



H 2 12/22/1989 D 3 P F M60 



S 2 
S 2 


3/16/1989 A 
12/15/1989 C 


6 P F S27 
2 P P T37 


CHH 1 


4/10/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


6/03/1989 A 


1 N M70 


H 2 


2/24/1989 C 


1 N T33 



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TOBACCO FARMERS TRY HYDROPONIC TOMATOES 

AVERY, LEONARD D. 

COURT DECLINES AVERY'S APPEAL ON RESENTENCING 
VICTIMS, NOT CRIMINALS, NEED MORE ASSISTANCE 

AVERY, STEVE (BASEBALL) 

BRAVES' TOP DRAFT PICK HEADED FOR DURHAM? 
MAKE UAY FOR AVERY IN DURHAM 
DURHAM BULLS, 1989 

AVERY SHAKES OFF PRESSURE WITH TWO-HITTER 
HOMERS. ERRORS KILL BULLS, AVERY 
SPIRITS NULLIFY AVERY'S EFFORT 
3RD TIME IS CHARMER FOR OPENING DAY 
BRAVES PROMOTE AVERY 

AYCOCK, ALICE 

DANCE, ART SHARE COMMON CONCERNS 

AYCOCK, WILLIAM B. 

AYCOCK RECEIVES UNC PRIZE 

AYLWIN, PATRICIO 

CHILE BARRACKS ITS DICTATOR 

caput FTLYN 

SKILLFUL NOVEL BY UNC GRAD OFFERS 'PORTRAIT' OF CONTEMPORARY MOTHER 

BACHHANN JOHN 

DURHAM EPA SAYS N.C. COULD CLEAN UP WITH BUSH PROPOSALS 

BACON, DAVID <PYEWACKET RESTAURANT) _ 

N.J. WOMAN'S LAWSUIT FAULTS PYEWACKET, SHRIMP PATE 

BACON, MARY 

MARY BACON, OWNER AND CHEF OF ANOTHERTHYKE... 

BADDOUR, RICHARD 

QIC TEST THAT'S NOT REQUIRED 

BADIS, ADRIENNE 

DURHAM FAMILY ON FLIGHT 232 CALLS SURVIVAL PURE MIRACLE 
4 IN DURHAM FAMILY ESCAPE, CHAPEL HILL PAIR DIES IN CRASH 
TRAGEDY SEPARATED DURHAM FAMILY— BUT ONLY BRIEFLY 
DURHAM FAMILY BACK HOME 

BADIS, ELLEN 

4 IN DURHAM FAMILY ESCAPE, CHAPEL HILL PAIR DIES IN CRASH 
TRAGEDY SEPARATED DURHAM FAMILY-BUT ONLY BRIEFLY 
DURHAM FAMILY BACK HOME 

BADURAf- SKODA, EVA 

MUSICOLOGIST TO GIVE PUBLIC LECTURE AT DUKE 

BADWAY, GAVIN „ 

NEW OWNERS HAVE BIG PLANS FOR DANIEL BOONE ICE RINK 

BAEZ, JOAN 

JOAN BAEZ/'I'M IN MY SECOND VOCAL PRIME,' SAYS SINGER, ON 32-CITY TOUR 
JOAN BAEZ: AT EASE, AT LAST 
BAEZ INSPIRES THE AUDIENCE 

BAGGETT, JOHN (N.C. ALLIANCE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL) 
DEATH PENALTY IMMUNITY IS URGED 

BAGLEY, BENNIE (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

ASSAULT ADDED TO BREAK-IN CHARGE 

BAGLEY, DWIGHT WAYfC (MURDER SUSPECT) 

DURHAM MAN GIVEN 25-YEAR SENTENCE IN 1988 SHOOTING 



H 1 4/21/1989 C 1 P N T33 



H 2 9/20/1989 C 
S 2 12/15/1989 A 



S 2 3/28/1989 D 

H 2 3/31/1989 B 

H 2 4/09/1989 C 

S 2 4/10/1989 D 

H 2 4/28/1989 B 

S 2 4/28/1989 D 

S 2 5/02/1989 D 

S 2 6/15/1989 B 



S 2 6/22/1989 D 
CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 
H 2 12/22/1989 A 
H 2 2/12/1989 D 
H 2 6/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/02/1989 A 
H 2 10/20/1989 D 
CHH 1 8/16/1989 A 



H 2 7/20/1989 A 

S 2 7/20/1989 A 

H 2 7/21/1989 A 

H 2 7/24/1989 A 



S 2 7/20/1989 A 
H 2 7/21/1989 A 
H 2 7/24/1989 A 



H 2 2/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/06/1989 A 



H 2 10/26/1989 A 
H 2 11/17/1989 D 
S 2 11/27/1989 C 



CHH 1 1/29/1989 A 
H 2 2/19/1989 B 
H 2 2/21/1989 B 



N L40 
E 



2 N P52 
2 N P75 
12 P F 
4 P N P52 
1 P N C52 
1 P N P52 
4 P N A76 
1 P N P52 



10 R L34 

3 P N 

4 E 

3 P U H45 
1 P N K65 
3 N H90 

11 PP R56 
1 P N 



1 P N 

1 D N M06 

1 N R63 

1 P N T32 



1 D N M06 
1 N R63 
1 P N T32 



10 N 

1 P N H90 



6 P N 
3 P F 659 
3 P R 659 



3 N S17 
6 N 
12 N 



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BAGLEY, JA(€S BERNARD (ARSON CHARGES) 

CAROCHEH EMPLOYEE DRAWS 18 YEARS FOR ARSON, EMBEZZLING 

BAGLEY, SAMPSON (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

TWO ARRESTED AFTER SOCKS STOLEN FROM HOSIERY MILL 

BAGLEY, STEPHEN VINCELL (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/RALEIGH MAN FACING DWI CHARGE 

BAGWELL, ELUOOD 

PAPERBOYS BECOME 'STARS' 

BAILEY, EDWARD MITCHELL 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ASSAULT 

BAILEY, JIM WAYNE 

NEIGHBORHOOD IN DISPUTE OVER YARD OF PIT BULLS 

BAILEY, KENNETH EARL 

POLICE LOG/FORGERY AMONG CHARGES AFTER 2-COUNTY CHASE 
MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBING GAS STATION 

BAILEY, KENNY 

KNIGHTS' BAILEY LEADS LIMITED LIST OF PREP STARS 
BAILEY SAYS KNIGHTS 'NOT LOOKING AHEAD' 
'ROBOBACK' BAILEY FINALLY FULFILLS POTENTIAL 
KNIGHTS DOMINATE ALL-AREA FOOTBALL 

BAILEY, LINDA (NURSE) 

A HANDMAID'S TALE/'EXTRA' EXPERIENCE PROVES IRONIC FOR LEAD NURSE., 

BAILEY, MELVIN (MURDER VICTIM) 

DURHAM MAN SLAIN IN MORRISVILLE SPAT 

BAILEY, THURL 

FORMER N.C. STATE STANDOUT BAILEY SAYS ALLEGATIONS 'RIDICULOUS' 
BAILEY MAKES BEING NICE GUY HIS WAY OF LIFE 

BAINES, JERRY LEE (MURDER SUSPECT) 

FOUR CHARGED WITH MURDER OF MAN AFTER BODY FOUND ON TAYLOR STREET 
RESIDENTS' AID LAUDED IN ARRESTS FOR MURDER 

BAINES, LARRY DONNELL (AUTO THEFT CHARGES) 
MAN CHARGED WITH ESCAPE AFTER CHASE 

BAIRD, JOHN (CAROLINA FRIENDS SCHOOL) 

CAROLINA FRIENDS NAMES NEW PRINCIPAL (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-18-89) 

FRIENDS SCHOOL PRINCIPAL APPOINTED 

NEW PRINCIPAL EMBRACES SCHOOL'S PHILOSOPHY 

BAKATSIAS, GEORGE 

BAKATSIAS' SUCCESS IS NO SECRET: GAIN RESPECT FROM FOOD, SERVICE 

BAKER, DONNA (RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE) 
RUNNING A HOUSE WITH HEART 

BAKER, ELSIE 

WOMAN OVERCOMES DISABILITY, GETS HER NCCU DEGREE/CLASS OF »89 

BAKER, ETTA (MUSICIAN) 

MORE 'SOUNDS OF THE SOUTH' 

BAKER, KRISTIN 

ARMY MARKS PROGRESS FOR BLACKS, WOMEN 

BAKER, LENOX DR. 

DR. LENOX BAKER STILL LOVES SPORTS, MEDICINE 
THE SCIENCE OF A SOFT TOUCH 
MR. SPORTS MEDICINE 



H 2 8/01/1989 B 
H 2 4/04/1989 C 
CHH 1 6/20/1989 A 
S 2 8/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/04/1989 A 



H 2 11/19/1989 B 
S 2 12/01/1989 C 



S 2 9/26/1989 B 

S 2 10/11/1989 D 

H 2 10/26/1989 B 

H 2 12/17/1989 C 



CHH 1 4/10/1989 A 
S 2 10/12/1989 C 



H 2 1/11/1989 D 
H 2 12/25/1989 B 



H 2 8/16/1989 C 
S 2 8/16/1989 B 



S 2 2/16/1989 A 
H 2 2/17/1989 C 
S 2 9/29/1989 C 



H 2 12/24/1989 D 
CHH 1 12/10/1989 A 
S 2 5/18/1989 C 
S 2 4/06/1989 D 
S 2 8/12/1989 A 



S 2 1/27/1989 B 
H 2 5/29/1989 A 
S 2 7/01/1989 B 



1 N S82 
3 N 

2 N 

1 P F U57 
6 N 

3 P N H90 



1 N M51 
1 N B53 



3 P U P52 
3 P N A76 
3 P N B40 
1 P N B40 



3 P N L90 
1 N B53 



1 P N 
1 P U M88 



1 N M51 
1 N B53 



H 2 2/14/1989 C 4 N 



1 P N 
1 P N J40 
1 P N S92 



6 P N C60 

3 N 

1 G 

2 P F 

4 E 



1 P F G59 
4 E 
3 P P T32 



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BASSETT NEU PRESIDENT OF SPORTS MEDICINE GROUP (CORRECTED 7-25-89) 



BAKER, LOUISE R. 

URENN WAS RIGHT 

BAra fRAFnC < EYE-IN-T>E-SKY JOB BOESNT' AGREE WITH QUEASY STGMACH 

BAKER, SUE (CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO BD. OF EDUCATION) 
BAKER TO CHAIR SCHOOL BOARD 

BAKER, WILLIE JR. (MURDER SUSPECT) 

CREEDMOOR MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING DEATH 
DIVERS FAIL TO FIND RIFLE IN FALLS LAKE 

BAKQ ^URATE L EVM.UATION OF BAKKER'S CONDITION REQUIRES COOPERATION 
CHRISTMAS NOT ALWAYS SEASON OF GOOD CHEER 

BAKKER, JIM 

PTL JUDGE SOUNDS OFF ABOUT CASE, BARKERS _ 

JIM A^AMWSTART NEW TV MINISTRY FROM LIVING ROOM OF THEIR N.C. HOME 

BACK TO THE CRIME 

,,. THEY'RE BA-ACK... (CARTOON) 

JUDGE SAYS BAKKER COULD NOT HANDLE MINISTRY'S HONEY 

BAKKER MAKES PLEA FOR MONEY ON 2ND DAY OF NEU PROGRAM 

BAKKER STARTS AGAIN HIS PITCH FOR HONEY 

LAWYER CALLS TV EVANGELIST VERY GULLIBLE , raTAi 

BARKERS' NEW SHOW MAY BE CHANNEL FOR RAISING SYMPATHY, MONEY f-OR TRIAL 

ATTORNEY SAYS EVANGELIST WILL PLEAD INNOCENT TO ALL CHARGES 

JIM BAKKER PLEADS INNOCENT TO CHARGES AND HIS ATTORNEY REQUESTS GAG... 

BAKKERS' MONEY WOES MAY SILENCE APPEALS 

BAKKER IS AT IT AGAIN 

OPERATING IN FANTASYLAND 

BACK COMES THE HOLY HUSTLER 

MONEY BAIT FOR BAKKER 

BAKKER-HAMN SHOW HITS FLORIDA 

BAKKERS SHOULD REPENT AND PAY WHAT IS OWED 

PLAYING ON HEARTSTRINGS 

POOR OMEN FOR BAKKER 

JUDGMENT DAY NEARER FOR BAKKER 

PENITENT FLETCHER RETURNS TO DURHAM 

THE QUESTION! DID HE STEAL? 

INMATES GREET BAKKER WITH STANDING OVATION _ 

ACCURATE EVALUATION OF BAKKER'S CONDITION REQUIRES COOPERATION 

MRS. BAKKER SAYS JIM HAD ALLERGIC REACTION 

FRIGHTENING ANIMALS! A P.T.L. MENAGERIE (CARTOON) 

JIM BAKKER'S BREAKDOWN _„,««,. 

SOME BUTNER INMATES OBJECT TO BAKKER'S 'SPECIAL TREATMENT' 

BAKKER FOUND FIT FOR TRIAL 

SPENDING LESSONS FROM THE BAKKERS 

BAKKER'S SYMPATHY DEFENSE 

JIM BAKKER'S PENALTY WON'T REPAIR DAMAGE 

JIM BAKKER FOUND GUILTY OF FRAUD 

JIM BAKKER FACES JUDGMENT DAY 

IT'S TIME TO SILENCE BAKKER „ 

DUKE PROFESSOR! NEGATIVITY CAN'T HEAL WITH PROTRACTED BAKKER SAGA 

N.C. RELIGIOUS LEADERS HAVE PRAISE FOR TV EVANGELIST'S SENTENCING 

BAKKER SENTENCE TOO STIFF 

BAKKER FINALLY PAYS FOR PREYING ON WEAK 

BAKKERS' FAITH, NOT FOLLOWERS, IS WEAK 

FLETCHER, JOHNSON FACE PTL CHARGES 

LOW PAY PUNISHMENT FOR JIM BAKKER'S SINS 

BAKKER, KERRICK H. (DRUG CHARGES) „. 

STORE EMPLOYEE BRANDISHES HAMMER TO FEND OFF WOULD-BE ROBBER WITH KNIFE 

BAKKER, TAMMY FAYE 

OPERATING IN FANTASYLAND 

BAKKERS SHOULD REPENT AND PAY WHAT IS OWED 



N E 
P D 

S 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 



H 2 

H 1 



H 2 
CHH 1 



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S I T 
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— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

7/24/1989 A 3 N 

7/14/1989 A 4 L 

6/04/1989 B 1 U N36 

12/06/1989 A 3 N C62 



2/07/1989 C 6 N 
2/08/1989 C 1 P N T33 



9/01/1989 A 1 P N C60 
12/19/1989 A 3 N 



1/01/1989 

1/03/1989 

1/04/1989 

1/04/1989 

1/04/1989 

1/04/1989 

1/04/1989 

1/05/1989 B 

1/08/1989 A 

1/17/1989 B 

1/18/1989 D 

2/03/1989 

3/22/1989 

5/10/1989 

5/11/1989 

5/19/1989 

5/20/1989 

6/03/1989 

7/19/1989 

7/27/1989 

8/18/1989 

8/22/1989 

8/30/1989 

9/01/1989 A 

9/01/1989 A 

9/02/1989 

9/03/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/07/1989 

9/13/1989 

9/29/1989 

10/06/1989 

10/06/1989 

10/12/1989 

10/24/1989 

10/24/1989 B 

10/25/1989 A 

10/26/1989 

10/26/1989 

11/16/1989 

12/05/1989 

12/11/1989 



C50 



J 

N 

E 

T 

N 

N 

E 
P N 

N 
P N 

N 

E 

I ■ 
E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 
P N N36 

E 
P N T33 
P N C60 
P N 
T T C50 

E 

N T33 



1 P N 



E 

E 

E 

N 

E 

E 

N 

N S22 

E 

E 

E 

N 

E 



H 2 7/12/1989 C 2 N M51 



2 5/10/1989 A 4 E 
2 6/03/1989 A 4 E 



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PLAYING ON HEARTSTRINGS 

MRS. BARKER SAYS JIM HAD ALLERGIC REACTION 

BAKKERS' FAITH, NOT FOLLOWERS, IS WEAK 

BALASKEY, CAROL 

5 UOMEN, MAN ARRESTED IN PROSTITUTION ROUNDUP 

BALDWIN, CHARLIE (HAYTI DEVELOPMENT CORP. LAWSUIT) 
CHATHAM COUPLE SUES HAYTI FIRMS 
CHATHAM COUPLE SUES TWO HAYTI CORPORATIONS 
JUDGE RULES HAYTI GROUPS OWE MONEY TO CHATHAM PAIR 
SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES CLOSE, PADLOCK HERITAGE SQUARE HARDWARE STORE 
HAYTI WILL TRY TO REOPEN STORE 

COURT ORDER PUTS HOLD ON HAYTI APPROPRIATION FROM CITY COFFER 
POWELL TESTIFIES IN HAYTI JUDGMENT HEARING 

U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT JUDGE ORDERS HAYTI HARDWARE STORE ASSETS SOLD 
COURT ORDERS DURHAM TO PAY HAYTI CORP. MONEY TO SHERIFF 

BALDWIN, CHARLIE (TRAFFIC DEATH) 

ACCIDENT LAWSUIT SETTLED OUT Of COURT 

BALDWIN, CURTIS (BANK ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

2 SUSPECTS SURRENDER; CHARGED IN BURLINGTON BANK ROBBERY 

BALDWIN, GUY H. (HILLSBOROUGH) 
DON'T CHASE OFF DEVELOPERS 

BALDWIN, JOY 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN BLASTS MERGER REPORT 

ESHELMAN RESPONDS TO BALDWIN CRITICISM 

BALDWIN SAYS MERGER REPORTS ARE INACCURATE 

SCHOOL MERGER TASK FORCE SAYS NO TO HEARING DELAY REQUEST 

NO! YOU GO SIT IN THE CORNER! /MERGER ISSUE TASK FORCE (CARTOON) 

SFEAK UP ON SCHOOLS 

POLITICAL TENSIONS MAY STOP MERGER OF SCHOOLS 

COUNTY BOARD SEEKS PUBLIC ADVICE ON NEW SUPERINTENDENT 

GLAXO HONORED 

TIME RUNNING OUT FOR COUNTY TO OK BUDGET 

SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN SAYS APRIL TOO SOON TO PREPARE MERGER PLAN 

BALDWIN, LOUISE (HAYTI DEVELOPMENT CORP. LAWSUIT) 
CHATHAM COUPLE SUES HAYTI FIRMS 
CHATHAM COUPLE SUES TWO HAYTI CORPORATIONS 
JUDGE RULES HAYTI GROUPS OWE MONEY TO CHATHAM PAIR 
SHERIFF'S DEFUTIES CLOSE, PADLOCK HERITAGE SQUARE HARDWARE STORE 
HAYTI WILL TRY TO REOPEN STORE 

COURT ORDER PUTS HOLD ON HAYTI APPROPRIATION FROM CITY COFFER 
POWELL TESTIFIES IN HAYTI JUDGMENT HEARING 

U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT JUDGE ORDERS HAYTI HARDWARE STORE ASSETS SOLD 
COURT ORDERS DURHAM TO PAY HAYTI CORP. MONEY TO SHERIFF 

BALDWIN, RODERICK "ROCKY" (PRISON ESCAPEE) 

POLICE LOG/ESCAPEE TO LOSE WORK PRIVILEGES 
MAN SENTENCED ON INDECENT LIBERTIES CHARGE 

BALDWIN, SKEET 

BALDWIN QUITS FOOTBALL FOR CAMPUS MINISTRY 

BALL, DAVID DR. 

FLAYS FOR THE FUN OF IT; DUKE STAGE BOWS IN WEDNESDAY WITH TWISTS... 

BALL, EDWARD FRANKLIN (MURDER SUSPECT) 

N.C. COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF WORKER WITHOUT TRANSPORTATION 

BALL, JOHN CHANCEY (MURDER SUSPECT) 

MANSLAUGHTER FLEA BRINGS 3-YEAR TERM (CORRECTION PRINTED 7-12-89) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

BALL, LUCILLE 

MANY FANS STILL LOVE LUCY 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 7/19/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 9/02/1989 A 1 P N 
S 2 11/16/1989 A 4 E 



H 


2 11/23/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 2/01/1989 A 
2 2/02/1989 C 
2 2/10/1989 C 
2 4/14/1989 A 
2 4/14/1989 A 
2 4/28/1989 A 
2 5/25/1989 A 
2 7/22/1989 A 
2 10/06/1989 A 


1 N H70 
1 N 
1 P N H70 
1 P N S69 
1 P N 
1 N S69 
1 N S69 
1 N S69 
1 N R63 


CHH 


1 


8/30/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


H 


2 


3/24/1989 C 


1 


N H60 



H 2 2/07/1989 A 4 L 



H 
S 

S 
H 
H 
H 
S 

s 

s 

S 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


2/03/1989 A 
2/03/1989 A 
2/03/1989 A 
2/04/1989 A 
2/05/1989 D 
2/06/1989 A 
2/10/1989 A 
3/27/1989 A 
6/23/1989 C 
6/28/1989 B 
9/07/1989 C 


1 N J40 
1 N 592 
1 N S92 
1 N J40 
4 T T C50 
4 E 
4 E 
4 L 
6 P P K30 
1 P N H65 
1 N C47 


s 

H 
S 
H 

s 

H 
H 
H 
H 


2 

2 

2 
2 

9 

2 

9 

2 
2 


2/01/1989 A 
2/02/1989 C 
2/10/1989 C 
4/14/1989 A 
4/14/1989 A 
4/28/1989 A 
5/25/1989 A 
7/22/1989 A 
10/06/1989 A 


1 N H70 
1 N 
1 P N H70 
1 P N S69 
1 P N 
1 N S69 
1 N S69 
1 N S69 
1 N R63 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


1/10/1989 A 
4/01/1989 A 


3 N 
3 N H90 


H 


2 


8/11/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


5/26/1989 D 


6 P F Zll 


H 


2 


3/03/1989 B 


7 N 


H 

H 


9 

2 


7/11/1989 B 
7/12/1989 A 


9 N 
2 N 



S 2 4/20/1989 A 4 E 



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ON STAGE OR OFF, LUCY LEFT HER AUDIENCES WITH LASTING IMPRESSIONS 
LUCY WON'T BE FORGOTTEN 

B ^'(^IST^ < H^'1PECIAL M HEANINGS FOR THOSE CLOSE TO HOMICIDE VICTIMS 

BALLANCE, FRANK W. JR. (WARRENTON) „ „,, 

BLACK COALITION LEADER SAYS HE'S OPTIMISTIC ABOUT BUSH 
SENATE PANEL REJECTS HOUSE DWI PROPOSALS 



S 
E E 
D — DATE — C 

2 4/28/1989 C 
2 4/29/1989 A 



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-PG L P BYL 

2 U H49 
4 E 



H 2 12/24/1989 B 1 P N S82 



2 2/01/1989 C 
2 7/13/1989 B 



2 P N K65 
2 P N 



^^ICE^CG/S^^KlSCOVERO MISSING AFTER WOMEN DISTRACT.., CLERKS H 



2 8/09/1989 B 5 N M51 



BALLENGER, CASS (REP.) . 

8 N.C. CONGRESSMEN HAVE CAMPAIGN MONEY LEFT H 

N.C. CONGRESSMEN HAD TOTAL OF ♦500,000 IN OUTSIDE INCOME IN '88 H 

BALOT, RYAN K. (UNC STUDENT) _ rt]U 

UNC CLASSICS MAJOR ONE OF 32 RHODES SCHOLARS CHH 

BAMBERGER, WILLIAM L. JR. _ _,_. 

COURT SENDS MALPRACTICE CASE BACK TO COUNTY CHH 

BANE, CURTIS FREDERICK <MURDER VICTIM) rtA1 

FRANKLIN'S ATTORNEYS QUESTION 'DEALS' CHH 

GRAVES DUG BEFORE KILLINGS — WITNESS CHH 

FRANKLIN PLEADS GUILTY TO SLAYINGS CHH 

CHRONOLOGY OF CASE CHH 

BUCHANAN GOES FREE gjj 

A CONVICTED KILLER GIVES HIS ACCOUNG/SUNDAY FOCUS: CRAIG FRANKLIN CHH 

OFFICIALS SKEPTICAL OF FRANKLIN'S STORY/SUNDAY FOCUS: CRAIG FRANKLIN CHH 

FRANKLIN*. 'I NEEDED A LESSON AND I GOT IT' CHH 

TRAGEDY SPURS CHANGE IN 1989 CHH 

TRAGEDY SPURS CHANGE IN 1989 CHH 



2 1/21/1989 A 
2 4/26/1989 A 
2 5/24/1989 D 



1 12/12/1989 A 
1 12/20/1989 A 



1/11/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/08/1989 
9/03/1989 
9/03/1989 
9/03/1989 



1 12/31/1989 
1 12/31/1989 



'AUTHORITIES LOOK FOR OWNER OF SEVERAL 'VICIOUS' DOGS 
'VICIOUS' DOG HEARING POSTPONED UNTIL WED. 



VICIOUS DOG HEARING IS POSTPONED AGAIN 
JUDGE ORDERS 'VICIOUS' DOGS PUT TO SLEEP 



BANE, HENRY (LAWYER) 

JUDGE WAPNER RECOGNIZES BANE ON TV 

BANK, MARSHALL 
FAXAGES 

BANKS, ADAM 

SHRINER'S CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN LIVES 

BANKS, DARRYL 

THAT SPELLS RELIEF 

BANKS, DONALD (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

PATIENT BEATING LEADS TO ARRESTS 

BANKS, GENE 

BANKS LOOKS AT LAST HURRAH WITH HORNETS 

BANKS, GEORGE (FOOTBALL) 

SPARTANS BALING ON BANKS _ __ mmi nm 

•JERSEY MELTDOWN' THE LATEST EPISODE IN LONG, STRANGE SEASON FOR... 
BANKS EMERGES AS SOUTHERN FOOTBALL WORKHORSE 

INVESTOR WANTS OLD CIVIC CENTER FOR USE AS ATHLETIC CLUB OR OFFICE 



18 

4 

11 



7 N 



N L40 



1 N R63 
1 P N M70 
1 P N M70 
1 N M70 
1 N H90 
4 E 
1 P N M70 
1 P N M70 
1 N M70 
1 P N M70 
1 P N W57 



CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/07/1989 A 

LEGAL ACTION AGAINSf'VIC JAY BE FIRST OF ITS KIND FOR COUNTY CHH 1 3/13/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/18/1989 A 



N H90 
N 

N H90 
N 
N R63 



2 3/07/1989 A 

2 6/04/1989 D 

2 4/27/1989 C 

2 6/07/1989 C 

2 7/28/1989 A 

2 7/23/1989 C 



2 10/04/1989 B 
2 10/19/1989 B 
2 11/02/1989 C 



10 P N S82 
6 P N C47 
1 D N P38 
9 P P S76 
1 N T33 
1 P U M88 



3 P N P52 
3 U B40 
3 P N W55 



S 2 5/30/1989 A 1 P N C61 



BANNER, CATHERINE 



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BUNDLES OF JOY FROM FOREIGN LANDS 

BANNER, DAN 

BUNDLES OF JOY FROM FOREIGN LANDS 

BANNERMAN, DARIUS (AUTO ACCIDENT) 

COUSINS' 'MOVIE' ENDS IN DEATH ON 1-40 

BARADA, ANDY DR. 

RHEUMATOLOGY 'S WHERE DR. BARADA SEES PROMISE 

IT ALL STARTED WITH 'A GROUP OF INTERESTED PEOPLE' 

BARBER, FLETCHER JR. 

EXTENSION OFFICIALS CELEBRATE 75 YEARS OF SERVICE 

BARBER, GENO H. (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

COCAINE FOUND ON N.C. MAN KILLED IN NEW JERSEY SHOOTING 

BARBER, JAMES DAVID DR. 

DUKE PRESIDENT IS LIKELY TO STAY ON, DESPITE ATTACK 

PROFESSOR TAKES AIM AT DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT 

"BARBER'S SHOP" (CARTOON) 

PROF SAYS BRODIE URGED HIRING MORE BLACK FACULTY 

DUKE TRUSTEES SET SESSION ON BRODIE 

DUKE TO KEEP BRODIE FOR OPEN-ENDED TERM 

WENDY'S FOUNDER BACKS BRODIE '110 PERCENT' 

BARBER, JOAN DR. 

N.C. MATH SCHOOL PROMOTES ITS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 

BARBER WADE JR. 

CAMP FOR TROUBLED BOYS STIRS CONCERN IN CHATHAM COUNTY 

BARBIE, KLAUS (GERMAN S.S. OFFICER) 

"HOTEL TERMINUS"/DOCUMENTARY DIRECTOR TRACKS BUTCHER OF LYON 

BARBOUR, ANTHONY (FOOTBALL) 

N.C. STATE TB ANTHONY BARBOUR TRIES TO CUT PAST UNC'S TORIN DORN... 
WOLFPACK'S BARBOUR SIDELINED BY INJURY 

BARBOUR, JOE JR. 

ALAMANCE BOARD DEBATES ACTION ON COURT SPACE 

BARBOUR, MILTON 

CABLE TV FIRM FOR TREYBURN GETS NOD 

BARBOUR, RICKY (ROXBORO) 

ROXBORO MAN INTERRUPTS CHRISTMAS GIFT HEIST AT HIS HOME 

BARCIK, ANDRZEJ DR. 

VISITORS COUNCIL PUTS OUT TRIANGLE WELCOME HAT TO FOREIGN GUESTS 

BARBACK, PAUL 

BARDACK! HUD'S CLIENT IS THE POOR 

HUD ASSISTANT SAYS PROGRAM TO GET BIPARTISAN SUPPORT 



S 
E E 
D — DATE — C 

2 2/03/1989 A 
2 2/03/1989 A 
2 1/06/1989 A 



2 10/17/1989 D 
2 10/17/1989 D 



CHH 



1 5/08/1989 A 

2 1/19/1989 B 



2 4/27/1989 A 

2 4/28/1989 A 

2 5/03/1989 A 

2 5/11/1989 C 

2 5/12/1989 C 

2 5/12/1989 A 

2 5/13/1989 C 



2 6/17/1989 C 
2 6/04/1989 B 
2 11/10/1989 D 



2 9/25/1989 D 
2 9/26/1989 B 



1 3/21/1989 C 

2 5/09/1989 C 
2 12/19/1989 C 
2 3/09/1989 C 



2 10/13/1989 A 
2 10/14/1989 C 



BARE JOHN 

'•CLAIM YOUR STUFF DAY' WOULD SAVE U.S. FROM ITS EXCESSES/GUEST COLUMNIST CHH 

BAREFOOT, STEPHEN 

DURHAM WON'T SELL OUT ITS GRAND OLD THEATER H 

BARFIELD, WILLIAM TOLAND "TOBY" (DURHAM HERALD CO.) 

PUT ANOTHER NICKEL IN...? S 



BARKER, BEN D. DR. 

DENTAL SCHOOL ACHING TO MOVE 

BARKER, EVA 

REWARD/I HAVE BEEN FRAMED! I AM NOT A KLEPTOMANIAC! ...(AD) 



CHH 



1 10/13/1989 A 

2 3/11/1989 A 
2 7/06/1989 A 

1 7/29/1989 A 

2 11/16/1989 A 



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8 P N Zll 

8 P N Zll 

9 N 



6 P F 
8 P F 



3 P N H90 
2 P N 



1 N S92 
1 P N N36 
4 T T C50 

1 P N S92 

2 N 

1 N S92 
1 P N S92 



1 N 
3 N 
19 P R L59 

1 P P K30 

2 P N M64 

1 N T35 
1 P N H65 

3 N T33 
1 P N K65 



1 P N E33 
1 P N C60 



4 P U 
4 L 
1 D N C61 
1 P N S17 
7 P A 



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f^t SKS^fOKKma AND FATBKK BISCUITS ARE OVER 

BARKER, JOHN ALLEN (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

POLICE LOG/MAN, 2 INTRUDERS EXCHANGE SHOTS 

BARKER, MARTHA (SKINS "R" US) 

TWO FRIENDS GO UHOLE HOG FOR FUN, F1TOFIT 

BARKER, RUSSELL (LYNETTE'S RESTAURANT) ■ „_ __, 

AT LYNETTE'S, DAYS OF CHERRY COBBLER AND FATBACK BISCUITS ARE OVER 

BARNARD, MAURICE THOMAS (TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS) „, __ 

POLICE LOG/ROBBER HANDS NOTE TO BANK TELLER, UALKS AWAY WITH MONEY 

BARNES, ANGELA (CONTEST DINNER) 
AND THE WINNERS ARE. . . 

BARNES, ANNE __ 

RAMSEY TO GET SUPPORT OF TWO COUNTY DEMOS 
ORANGE CO. DEMOS LOSE COMMITTEE POSTS 
REP. BARNES RECEIVES AWARD FROM ASSOCIATION 
BARNES PUSHES BILL PROTECTING RENTAL TENANTS 
WALKER, BARNES CALL PLAN 'REGRESSIVE' 
BARNES EXPECTED TO BE APPOINTED 
UNC EMPLOYEES WOULD GET RAISE UNDER BARNES' BILL 
UNC HOUSEKEEPERS NEED WAGE INCREASE 
BARNES PREDICTS ROUGH ROAD FOR IMPPACT TAX 
BARNES FAILS TO SHOW FOR HOUSE IMPACT TAX HEARING 
HEADLINE ON BARNES ARTICLE MISLEADING 
HEADLINE, ARTICLE UNFAIR TO BARNES 
HOUSE PASSES AMENDMENT TO INSANITY LAW 
BARNES TARGETS BARRIER REMOVAL 
BARNES' BILL WOULD AID PARENTS, HOMELESS 
UNC DISABILITY BILL CLEARS HURDLE 
ANIMAL JOKES ABOUND AT CAPITAL _ 
DISABLED ACCESS FUNDING DENIED IN HOUSE 
HOUSE COMMITTEE OKS ABUSED CHILD PROGRAM FUNDING 
LEGISLATURE KILLS BARRIER REMOVAL BILL 
HARTWELL PONDERS HOUSE CONTEST 
BARNES GETS SERVICE AWARD 
BARNES PONDERS FIFTH-TERM RE-fl-ECTION BID 
TIME CONSTRAINTS NARROW POLITICAL FIELD 

BARNES DARYL {COACH) 

IT'S RICHMOND, REYNOLDS IN 4-A CHAMPIONSHIP/NCHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS 

BARNES, ERNEST (ARTIST) 

HILLSIDE HIGH HOLDS 2ND FAMILY CELEBRATION DAY 

BARNES, HENSON (SENATOR) _ 

GARDNER AND DEMOCRATIC SENATOR EXCHANGE ACCUSATIONS 

PERCEPTIONS CAN BE DAMAGING 

GETTING UNC GOVERNORS BOARD SPOT TAKES REAL POLITICS 

LEGISLATIVE BUILDINGS TO GET RENOVATIONS 

N.C. MAY BEGIN TAXING STATE, LOCAL PENSIONS DUE TO RULING 

DURHAM OFFICIALS TO MEET WITH TWO LEGISLATIVE LEADERS 

BARNES, MAVRETIC LISTEN TO DURHAM CONCERNS 

LEGISLATIVE LEADERS OPTIMISTIC ON HIGHWAY BILL 

DEMOCRATS IN SENATE DOWNPLAY CLASHES 

TEMPERS FLARE AS IMPASSE ON STATE BUDGET CONTINUES 

EIGHT EASTERN N.C. MAYORS BACK 12-YEAR HIGHWAY PLAN 

BARNES MAY RUN FOR LT. GOVERNOR 

BARNES, JACK 
NEW WAYS 

BARNES, JERRY CHRISTOPHER (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
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S 


I T 


N E 


E 


L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 2 


1/15/1989 B 


1 U N36 


H 2 


8/31/1989 C 


2 N M51 


CHH 1 


6/19/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


H 2 


1/15/1989 B 


1 U N36 


H 2 


9/28/1989 C 


3 N M51 


S 2 


4/06/1989 D 


3 P N B71 


CHH 1 


1/11/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


1/31/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


H 2 


3/04/1989 C 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/04/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


3/10/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/30/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/05/1989 A 


1 N S17 


S 2 


4/08/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


4/10/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


5/10/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


5/12/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


5/19/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


5/26/1989 A 


1 N M20 


S 2 


6/02/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


CHH 1 


7/02/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


7/28/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


8/14/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


8/25/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


12/22/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


12/27/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


12/30/1989 A 


4 E 



H 2 12/07/1989 C 3 P N W55 
S 2 8/29/1989 C 4 P N A76 



1/07/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/19/1989 
3/29/198? 
4/04/1989 
4/08/1989 
4/11/1989 
5/11/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/24/1989 
6/27/1989 
7/20/1989 



N 

E 

N L40 

N 

N 

N S69 

N M06 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



S 2 4/19/1989 E 3 P P T37 



CHH 1 5/23/1989 A 7 N 



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BARNES, JOHN A. (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

2 BROTHERS FACE BEATING CHARGES 
HON IS SLAIN; 2 ARE CHARGED 
BROTHERS INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGE 

BARNES, KENNETH (ASSAULT CHARGES) 
2 BROTHERS FACE BEATING CHARGES 
MAN IS SLAIN; 2 ARE CHARGED 
BROTHERS INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGE 

DURHAM MAN GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE IN BEATING DEATH OF LEUKEMIA VICTIM 
JUSTICE ISN'T BLIND IN DURHAM COUNTY 
'EXPERTS' ABORT JUSTICE 

t^jjc | pp ^ "SHORTY" 

NINTH ST! - FROM THE COTTON MILL TO THE HEALTH FOOD STORE 

BARNES, MARVIN L. 

CRANFGRD RECEIVES AWARD (CORRECTION PRINTED 3-16-89) 

NEW BANK BRANCH 

SHOU LOGO 

CHAMBER MEMBERS GET NOTICE ON MERGER STANCE 

DOT SUES TO CONDEMN GAS STATION 

PRIVATE-PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP KEY TO DGWTOUN RENEWAL 

TIME OFF TO VOTE 

EMPLOYERS SHOULD GIVE WORKERS TIME OFF TO VOTE 

BARNES. PETER 

BARNES WINS GOVERNOR'S AWARD 

BARNES, SAMUEL HENRY 

DUKE TRUSTEES GET SIX NEW MEMBERS 

BARNETT, C. HU JR. 

NINTH STREET WILL GET COMMERCIAL MAIL CENTER 

BARNETT, ETTA MOTEN 

'CARIOCA' STAR, ETTA MOTEN, SPEAKS (CORRECTION PRINTED 4-11-89) 

CORRECTION 

WOMAN WHO BROKE MOVIE COLOR BARRIER TO SPEAK AT N.C. CENTRAL AWARDS DAY 

'GOLDIGGER' ETTA MOTEN AT NCCU 

AWARDS DAY CHAT 

NCCU DEDICATES BUILDING TO DR. HELEN G. EDMONDS 

EX-FILM STAR RECEIVES HONORARY DEGREE AT NCCU 

BARNETT, RUTH DR. 

ABORTION AND THE PROFIT ISSUE 

BARNETTE, RALPH FRANKLIN 

POLICE LOG/REPORTS DISAGREE ON ROBBER'S CLOTHING 
POLICE LOG/3 ARRESTED IN AUTO BREAK-INS 
5 TEENS CHARGED WITH AUTO BREAK-INS 

BARON, VIRGINIA 

KEEPING LEGACY OF BOOKS ALIVE; STUDENTS RECEIVE ONE-ON-ONE ATTENTION 

BARR, FRANK (DURHAM CIVITAN CLUB) 

DURHAM MAN WINS GRAND PRIZE IN SUN CENTENNIAL CONTEST 
HE WON HIS PLACE IN THE SUN - HAVE FUN FRANK! 

BARRETT, B. GENE (JOHN UMSTEAD HOSPITAL) 
HOSPITAL DIRECTOR NAMED 

BARRETT, J. CARL 

PIECES OF CANCER PUZZLE BEGINNING TO FALL INTO PLACE, RESEARCHERS SAY 

BARRETT, LUTHER C. 

TRUCK KILLS PEDESTRIAN 



H 2 5/25/1989 C 2 N 
S 2 5/26/1989 A 13 N 
H 2 7/11/1989 B 1 N 



H 2 5/25/1989 C 2 N 

S 2 5/26/1989 A 13 N 

H 2 7/11/1989 B 1 N 

H 2 9/12/1989 A 1 N S32 

S 2 9/13/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 9/18/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 3/19/1989 E 1 P Q S56 



S 
S 
S 
S 

CHH 
H 
H 
H 



3/15/1989 

7/12/1989 

7/25/1989 

8/01/1989 

8/12/1989 

10/21/1939 

11/01/1989 

11/01/1989 



N MM 

P C45 
P K30 
N S92 
N H90 
L 
E 
L 



CHH 1 9/30/1989 A 
H 2 7/15/1989 B 
S 2 4/03/1989 A 



4/06/1989 D 
4/11/1989 A 
4/13/1989 B 
4/14/1989 D 
4/14/1989 A 
4/15/1989 A 
4/15/1989 B 



1 P N 
4 N D80 

1 N M06 



5 N 
2 N 
7 P N 

6 N 

2 P P S76 
10 N 
1 P N S92 



H 2 4/28/1989 A 4 E 



H 
H 
S 


2 9/13/1989 C 
2 10/31/1989 C 
2 10/31/1989 C 


a 

i 
i 


N R63 
N M51 
N B53 


CHH 


1 


1/21/1989 A 


3 


P N C62 


S 

s 


2 
2 


4/19/1989 C 
4/25/1989 A 


1 
10 


N 
P F 


H 


2 


2/03/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


7 


9/18/1989 B 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 


8/16/1989 C 


1 


N M51 



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BROKEN HILLJ THE 'REAL' AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK 

BARRINGER, RUSSELL JR. m „ mmr m 

3 DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOST BID 
CAMPAIGN COSTS 3 REPUBLICANS UNDER *32,000 
MIZELL SEES U.S. SHIFT TOWARD GOP 

BARRINGER, RUSSELL N. SR. 
50-YEAR VETS 

BARRINGER, STEPHEN _ ,, 

BARRINGERS GIVE JHS FIRST-RATE SOCCER FIELD 

BARRY, DAVID DR. 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME NAMES EXECUTIVE VP 

BARRY, FRANCES (SCHOOL PRINCIPAL) __ 
TWO CITY PRINCIPALS ANNOUNCE RETIREMENT 
GLENWOOD PRINCIPAL RESIGNS POST EARLY 

BARRY, MARION 

MARION BARRY TAKES ANOTHER DIVE 

BARTHLQW, DESTINY STAR (EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/EX-EMPLOYEE CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLING 

BARTHOLOMAY, H. WILLIAM 

LITTLE RIVER PRINCIPAL RECEIVES ACADEMIC AWARD 

BARTLETT, JACQUELYN (HARPIST) _ _ „ urmtt 

HARPIST JACQUELYN BARTLETT APPEARS WITH MALLARME CHAMBER PLAYERS 

BARTLETT JOHN DR 

DUKE PHYSICIAN TO DISCUSS MYTHS, MISCONCEPTIONS SURROUNDING AIDS 
UNTIL CURE FOUND, AIDS PATIENTS BIGGEST NEED IS HOPE— DOCTOR 

BARYSHNIKOV, MIKHAIL 

METAMORPHOSIS CAST FEATURED IN FEB. 4 GALA 

ANOTHER YEAR NOTED 

DUKE STUDENTS GET CHANCE TO TRAIN WITH PROS 

BARYSHNIKOV AS A BUG 

DUKE STANDS TO BENEFIT FROM HOSTING SHOWS 

NO SHOT NEEDED FOR THIS 'BUG' AT DUKE 

MISHA'S METAMORPHOSIS; BARYSHNIKOV MOVES FROM DANCE TO DRAMA... 

MISHA'S COLD WAR SAGA NEARLY 'BUDDY' FLICK 

MISHA'S METAMORPHOSIS 

MISHA! 

BARYSHNIKOV CURTAIN CALL 

METAMORPHOSIS 115 FROM THEATER STAR TO A GENIAL GUEST 

BARYSHNIKOV UNDERGOES 'METAMORPHOSIS' 

ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE THESE DAYS FOR SOME DUKE STUDENTS 

BARYSHNIKOV'S THEATER DEBUT ALMOST AS BIG AS BASKETBALL 

NOT BUGGED 

'METAMORPHOSIS' IS STRANGE, BUT GOOD 

HUMANITY SHINES THROUGH MISHA'S 'METAMORPHOSIS' 

BROADWAY CRITICS COOL TO DUKE-B RED 'M ETAMORPHOSIS' 

'DANCERS' 5 MISHA'S MOVES STILL BETTER THAN HIS ACTING 

BASDEN, JACK BRADDOCK (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/MAN FROM RALEIGH CHARGE WITH DWI 

BASNIGHT, MARC (D-DARE) 

INSIGHT/BUDGET LEADERS DON'T EXPECT END TO PORK BARREL 

BASS, DANNY RAY 

CRIMESTOPPERS WANTS TO FIND MAN WANTED ON BREAK- IN CHARGES 

BASS, DAVID LARRY (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE L0G/W0MAN.22, CHARGED WITH APARTMENT BREAK-IN 

BASS, BWIGHT JR. 



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H 2 1/08/1989 E 1 P F 



2/08/1989 A 
2/09/1989 A 
3/13/1989 C 



5/04/1989 B 
9/05/1989 B 



1 N M06 
1 N M06 
1 P N S73 



2 P P K30 

3 P N A76 



H 2 5/06/1989 B 4 P N K65 



CHH 
CHH 



1 3/10/1989 A 
1 5/17/1989 A 



H 2 9/21/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 3/29/1989 A 5 N 

S 2 7/28/1989 B 4 N 

S 2 4/27/1989 D 6 P P 



2 4/29/1989 C 3 
2 12/02/1989 C 1 



N D80 

N N36 



1/01/1989 C 
1/05/1989 D 
1/25/1989 D 
1/26/1989 D 
1/26/1989 D 
2/02/1989 D 
2/03/1989 D 
2/03/1989 
2/03/1989 
2/04/1989 
2/05/1989 
2/07/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/09/1989 . 
2/09/1989 D 
2/09/1989 A 
2/09/1989 A 
2/10/1989 D 
3/16/1989 B 
9/15/1989 D 



12 

1 
10 

1 

3 

3 

1 

3 
10 

1 P 

4 P 

1 P 
14 

3 P 

3 

1 P 

3 P 

5 

1 P 

4 



N 

F B71 
N D80 
F B71 
N B71 
U B71 
P 

R L59 
F W66 
P S73 
P S73 
U WIS 
N 
N 
N 

P S73 
R B71 
R U66 
R 
R L59 



CHH 1 7/05/1989 A 
H 2 3/05/1989 D 
S 2 7/25/1989 C 



3 N 
2 U L40 
1 P N 



H 2 7/30/1989 C 11 N M51 






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JUDGE LIFTS RESTRICTION IN CUSTODY CASE 

BASS, FRANCES J. 

MRS. BASS ESTABLISHES CAMPBELL SCHOLARSHIP 

BASS, GREGORY LOU (BREAKING AW ENTERING) 

DEPUTIES ARREST MAN FOR BURGLARY, ASSAULT 

EASS, OAKEL BURNIS (DECEASED) 
RETIRED PRINCIPAL BASS, 75 

BASS, STEPHEN CLAY (AUTO ACCIDENT) 

POLICE LOG/TEEN-AGER INJURED IN ACCIDENT 

BASS, THOMAS DR. 

BASS! RACE NO ISSUE IN SCHOOL JOB 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN SAYS IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSIONS NOT WORKING 

AREA EDUCATOR'S WANT EXPLANATION FROM BASS 

PLEASE APOLOGIZE OR EXPLAIN 

PASS URGED TO LEAVE 

PARENT! SCHOOL BOARD CHIEF SHOULD RESIGN 

2 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS DEFEND BASS' REMARKS 

BASS SHOULD APOLOGIZE FOR ILL-CHOSEN WORM 

HUCATORS RESPOND TO BASS' REMARK ON WHITE TEACHERS 

BASS REMARKS SPUR 'DIVERSITY STATEMENT' FROM DCAE 

THIS IS NO TARRING OFFENSE 

BLACK LEADERS BACK CITY SCHOOL BOARD CHIEF 

BLACK LEADERS BACK BASS ON INTERVIEW 

2 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS BACK COMf€NTS BY BASS 

ALTERNATIVE FOR AT-RISK STUDENTS 

BOARD CONTRADICTS ITSELF ON DIVERSITY 

BASS AND CITY NEED MORE MISS JOS 

BASS RE-ELECTED SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN 

BASS STILL SCHOOL BOARD HEAD, TRINITY PARK RESIDENTS WALK OUT 

CLOCK RUNS ON DURHAM HIGH 

BASS WANDA 

'POLICE LOG/BOYFRIEND ARRESTED IN SLAYING 

BASSETT, FAYE 

GIVING A PORTION OF HERSELF 

BASSETT, FRANK DR. 

MR. SPORTS MEDICINE 

BASSETT NEW PRESIDENT OF SPORTS MEDICINE GROUP (CORRECTED 7-25-89) 

CORRECTION 

BATCH, DEIRDRE V. 

CHAPEL HILL EXCEEDED AUTHORITY, COURT RULES 

CHAPEL HILL! A TOWN IN A FULL-COURT PRESS/SUNDAY FOCUS 

HOWES QUESTIONS RULING 

BATCHELOR, WILLIAM DR. (PRINCIPAL) 

NAACP ASKS BOARD TO PUNISH PRINCIPAL 
PRINCIPAL OF THE YEAR 

BATEHAN, CHARLES LLOYD JR. (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TOWN FOLICE CHARGE MAN WITH DWI 

EATEMAN, DICK 

BUSY ENOUGH NOT TO MISS IT 

BATEMAN, DURWARD F. DR. 

NCSU DEAN TO SPEAK AT FARM-CITY DINNER 

BATEMAN, ROBERT 

HAVERLAND TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

BATES, DAVID (ARTIST) 

40 WILDLIFE PAINTINGS BY BATES IN EXHIBIT AT DUKE ART MUSEUM 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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CHH 1 10/13/1989 A 3 N H90 
S 2 5/19/1989 C 4 P N 



2 4/04/1989 A 



N B53 



H 2 2/27/1989 B 6 P 



CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 



S 


2 1/03/1989 A 


1 N S92 


S 


2 1/24/1989 C 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 9/30/1989 A 


1 N C47 


H 


2 10/07/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/10/1989 A 


1 N C47 


S 


2 10/10/1989 C 


1 N E33 


H 


2 10/11/1989 A 


1 P N C47 


S 


2 10/11/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/12/1989 C 


1 N C47 


S 


2 10/12/1989 C 


1 P N E33 


H 


2 10/13/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/24/1989 A 


1 N C47 


S 


2 10/24/1989 B 


1 N E33 


S 


2 10/25/1989 A 


1 N E33 


H 


2 10/27/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 10/27/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/29/1989 D 


5 U 


H 


2 12/12/1989 A 


1 N C47 


S 


2 12/12/1989 B 


1 P N Yll 


H 


2 12/18/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/05/1989 B 


1 N M51 


S 


2 8/12/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


s 


2 7/01/1989 B 


3PPH2 


s 


2 7/24/1989 A 


3 N 


s 


2 7/25/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 


1 2/08/1939 A 


1 N L40 


CHH 


1 2/12/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 


1 3/23/1989 A 


3 N M70 


H 


2 4/07/1989 C 


1 N J40 


H 


2 4/14/1989 C 


14 P P M66 


CHH 


1 7/20/1989 A 


5 N 


CHH 


1 10/15/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


H 


1 1/18/1989 C 


1 N H60 


CHH 


1 12/14/1989 A 


1 N H90 


H 


2 3/23/1989 C 


2 P N D80 



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♦WILD' PAINTINGS INSPIRE PROGRAMS 

ARTIST'S SWAMP PAINTINGS ARE SQUARE ON THE MARK 

" GLOSSY MAGAZINE PRODUCED BY STUDENTS TO DEBUT AT DUKE 

BATTLE, FRED (ORANGE COUNTY RAINBOW COALITION) 
BATTLE WON'T SEEK SECOND BOARD TERM 
PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS LIKELY TO FAIL REVIEWED 

BATTLE, KATHLEEN 

BATTLE SINGS ENCORE IN DURHAM TUESDAY 

KATHLEEN BATTLE'S SINGING CRISP, CRYSTAL CLEAR __ 

SOPRANO BATTLE'S LILTING ENCORES TRIGGER OVATION BY DUKE CROWD 



BATTLE, NIKKI 

NIKKI BATTLE. 4, GETS HER WISH TO SEE GRANDMOTHER IN L 
MAKE A WISH COMING TRUE FOR HOSPITALIZED LITTLE NIKKI 
HOSPITAL RELEASES MAKE-A-UISH CHILD NIKKI BATTLE, 4 



GETS HER WISH TO SEE GRANDMOTHER IN LOUISIANA 



BATTLE, VICTOR LAMONT (ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT) 
7TH ARREST IN ROBBERIES 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 5 

YOUTH GIVEN 20 YEARS FOR ROBBERIES 

BAUCOM, BILL JR. „ 

CHAMBER ALREADY PLANNING A 1990 BUSINESS-TRADE FAIR 
CHAMBER WANTS COMPLAINTS ON TRAFFIC CONGESTION, HAZARDS 

BAVIER, FRANCES (SILER CITY) 

THE LEGACY OF ANDY'S AUNT BEE 

BAXTER JEANNA 

36 UNC GROUPS EXPECTED TO SEEK BUDGET FUNDS ^_^ „„, Tm ™ 

PARKING TOPS CAMPAIGN ISSUES 1 FOUR STUDENTS COMPETE fOR PRESIDENCY.,. 

AMENDMENT WOULD ESTABLISH NO. 2 POST 

MINOR ISSUE MAJOR CONCERN AT UNC 

PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFULS PREPARE FOR RUN-OFF 

NEW STUDENT PRESIDENT TO HIT GROUND RUNNING 

LETTER CITES LACK OF INDIAN FACULTY AT UNC 

RECRUITMENT URGED TO BOOST INDIAN ENROLLMENT 

DEAN TO MEET WITH STUDENTS 

SOMETHING TO YACK ABOUT; UNC YEARBOOK TAKING A PICTURE OF ITS OWN... 

UNC HISTORY CHAIRMAN DEFENDS HIRING CHOICE 

UNC STUDENT GOVERNMENT CALLS FOR CONDOM MACHINES IN DORMS 

BAXTER, JIM 

GAY, LESBIAN NEWSPAPER FOUNDER RECALLS TRIBULATIONS 

BAXTER, MARK (NCSSM STUDENT) _ 

NCSSM STUDENT'S PRIZE PROJECT COULD HELP FEED SPACE TRAVELERS 

BAYES, RON 

NOBEUST, MAGNATE AMONG '89 N.C. AWARD WINNERS 

BAYLON, GLORIA JANE 

A FILIPINO'S THOUGHTS ON AMERICA AND JAPAN 

BAYNES, JOHN CHRISTOPHER (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/3 CHARGED WITH DWI THURSDAY, FRIDAY 

BAZEMORE, LUNOUS 

PIZZA HUT ROBBERS BEAT MANAGER; EX-EMPLOYEE AMONG 3 CHARGED 

BAZEMORE, PHILIP 

LONG DELAY IN LAWSUIT SHAMES ENTIRE STATE 

BEADLES, ARDITH ELYSE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/RALEIGH WOMAN CHARGED WITH DWI 









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E 
D 


S 

E 

— DATE — C 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


S 
H 


2 
2 


3/30/1989 D 
3/31/1989 D 


2 P N 
5 P R 668 



H 2 3/21/1989 C 1 P N N36 



CHH 1 8/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/18/1989 A 



H 2 11/26/1989 E 
S 2 11/29/1989 C 
H 2 11/30/1989 A 



3 N C62 
2 P N C62 



10 P B 

5 P R C58 

6 P R L59 



H 2 12/18/1989 C 1 P N C60 
H 2 12/20/1989 C 1 P N C60 
H 2 12/31/1989 B 3 N 



H 2 3/23/1989 C 
S 2 4/04/1989 A 
H 2 10/20/1989 A 



6 N 

1 N B53 
10 N S82 



2 10/05/1989 C 1 P N E33 
2 12/02/1989 B 1 N E33 



H 2 12/09/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/13/1989 
2/14/1989 
2/14/1989 
2/20/1989 
2/24/1989 
3/02/1989 
3/03/1989 
3/10/1989 
3/10/1989 
3/12/1989 
3/28/1989 
4/24/1989 



CHH 1 7/02/1989 A 3 N S17 

H 2 10/30/1989 B 1 P N K65 

H 2 10/28/1989 A 1 P N 

H 2 9/10/1989 E 4 P U H49 

CHH 1 4/02/1989 A 10 N 

H 2 8/19/1989 C 1 N 

S 2 11/08/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 1/19/1989 A 3 N 



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VOTE ALMOST LEADS TO DRAW. 

BEALL, JEFFREY (UNC-CH GRAD STUDENT) 

CONGRESS MEMBER SAYS UNC POCKETING STUDENT TRANSIT FEE 
OFFICIALS, STUDENTS TO MULL FEE USE 

BEAN, ANTHONY DERICK (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 
TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

BEARD, GLENDA B. (DURHAM POLICE OFFICER) 

TRIANGLE WOMEN GET NOMINATIONS FOR AWARD 

BEASLEY, DAVID 

IF THE BANKS TURN YOU DOWN, DAVID BEASLEY PROBABLY WON'T 

BEASLEY, ERIC DEVON (ASSAULT CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/65- YEAR-OLD DURHAM MAN ROBBED, SHOT 

BEASLEY, MICHAEL (FOOTBALL PLAYER) 
ATHLETE'S PRIORITIES STRAIGHT 

BEASLEY, MICHAEL WAYNE II (MURDER SUSPECT) 
3 YOUTHS INDICTED IN DEATH OF STUDENT 
TEEN'S PLEA BARGAIN GETS HIM 50 YEARS 
19-YEAR-OLD GETS 50 YEARS FOR BEATING DEATH 
YOUTH GETS 3 YEARS FOR ROLE IN MURDER 

BEAVERS, TOM 
NEW WAYS 

BECK, CHIP (GOLF) 

BRADLEY, GOALBY AMONG CELEBRITIES AT FUND-RAISER 

BECK, NORMAN S. 

POLICE 'CAVALRY' GETS MUSTANGS 
NEW YEAR'S PEEVE 

BECK, PAUL 

COACH BECK PRAISES WINNING TEAM 

BECK, RICKEY W. (DURHAM POLICE DEPT.) 

CAPTAIN NAMED AS POLICE SHUFFLE 17 OFFICERS 

BECK, WILLIAM MCARTHUR (DRUG CHARGES) 

DURHAM, GRANVILLE CONTINUE DRUG BUST 

BECKETT, SAMUEL 

A TOWERING LITERARY LANTERN 

BECTON, CHARLES L. (JUDGE) 

ADS LIST JUDGE BECTON AS MEMBER OF LAW FIRM 
JUDGE TO RESIGN EFFECTIVE FEB. 9 

BECTON, JOSEPH 

HUMAN-ftELATIONS GROUP MARKS ANNIVERSARY 

BEESCH, RUTH 

GREENSBORO GETS AN ART MUSEUM/NEW WEATHERSPOON OPENS WITH PROMISE 

BEHAR, LENORE 

AUTHORITY HAS TWO NEW MEMBERS 

BEHRINGER, ROBERT 

SCIENTISTS LOOK IN SAND PILE FOR ANSWERS ON AVALANCHES 

BEJAN, ADRIAN DR. 

PROF SAYS BRODIE URGED HIRING MORE BLACK FACULTY 

BELANS, LINDA C. 

SINGLE PARENTS FACE SUBTLE CHALLENGES OF TRANSITION, BALANCE 



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

H 2 5/05/1989 A 15 N 



CHH 1 11/27/1989 A 1 P N S17 
CHH 1 11/28/1989 A 1 N S17 



CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 3 N H90 

S 2 3/23/1989 A 14 N 

H 2 7/02/1989 B 1 P N S69 

H 2 12/18/1989 C 1 N M51 

S 2 4/24/1989 A 4 E 



s 

S 
H 
S 


2 1/10/1989 C 
2 4/05/1989 A 
2 4/06/1989 C 
2 4/06/1989 C 


1 N B53 
1 N B53 
1 N S82 
1 N B53 




S 


2 4/19/1989 E 


3 P P T37 




H 


2 7/09/1989 C 


5 P N C49 




S 
S 


2 5/31/1989 B 
2 12/28/1989 B 


1 N B53 
1 N 853 


s 


2 5/09/1989 B 


4 P N A76 




H 


2 2/03/1989 C 


1 N N36 




S 


2 5/27/1989 A 


1 N B53 




H 


2 12/27/1989 A 


4 E 




S 

S 


2 12/16/1989 B 
2 12/19/1989 C 


1 N B53 
1 N B53 


s 


2 10/12/1989 B 


7 P N K30 


H 


2 11/12/1989 E 


1 P N U66 




H 


1 2/22/1989 C 


3 N P41 




H 


2 7/20/1989 D 


10 N D80 




S 


2 5/11/1989 C 


1 P N S92 




Ot 


1 1 1/02/1989 A 


6 U 





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BELK, BRAD (DRUG CHARGES) 

TESTIMONY BEGINS IN ECSTASY TRIAL 

BELK, CHARLES (SUICIDE) 

CONFRONTATION AND DEATH _ 

BARRICADED MAN, 62, KILLS SELF AFTER SHOOTING WIFE 
ESTRANGED HUSBAND SHOOTS WIFE, THEN COMMITS SUICIDE 

BELK, LAVERNE PARKER (SHOOTING VICTIM) _ 

BARRICADED MAN, 62, KILLS SELF AFTER SHOOTING WIFE 
ESTRANGED HUSBAND SHOOTS UIFE, THEN COMMITS SUICIDE 

BELL, DONALD JOHN (CHARGED WITH EXPLODING BOMBS) 
3RD MAN HELD ON CHARGE OF HAVING PIPE BOMB 
POLICE CHARGE THIRD PERSON IN BOMB CASE 

^'PAINTINGS SENT TO CHAPEL HILL AFTER PROTEST IN ELIZABETH CITY 
BELL'S PAINTINGS OF NUDES EXAMINE MALE EXPERIENCE 

BELL, MIKE (TOP HAT) 

TOP HAT MAY CLOSE WEDNESDAY 
GRILL TO HANG HAT IN NEW LOCATION 
TOP HAT KISSES BROAD STREET GOODBYE 
TOP HAT PARTIES, MOVES ON 

BELL, PAM (NURSE) 

EMERGENCY ROOM NURSES TO FIGHT DRUNKEN DRIVING 

BELL, WILLIAM V. "BILL" 

TAXED COUNTY MAY CHOOSE TO MISS BUS 

3 DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOSTBID 

BELL WORRIES COUNTY LEFT OUT IN CIVIC CENTER RATE-CUTS TALK 

COUNTY, CITY ARE PARTNERS _ _ m 

BOND REFERENDUM POSSIBILITY ON COMMISSIONERS' AGENDA 

DURHAM DOING BETTER JOB PROTECTING FALLS WATERSHED 

ORGANON TEKNIKA DEDICATES OFFICE ^^ 

COUNTY GOVERNMENT GROWS 'FASTER THAN WAS ... IS PLANNED' 

BOND TO LEAD GROUP OF BLACK OFFICIALS 

COMMISSIONERS SUPPORT SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT 

COUNTY GIVES $9,600 MORE TO MERGER GROUP 

COUNTY, STATE TUSSLE ON MENTAL HEALTH LAW 

BELL TO NAME PANEL TO REVIEW MERGER STUDY 

LEGALITY OF 'SERVICE DISTRICT' SPLITS COUNTY TRIO 

COMMISSIONER BELL! MERGE SCHOOLS BY PEOPLES' VOTE ONLY 

BELL WANTS PUBLIC TO VOTE ON MERGER _ m „_ 

PAYBACK WORRIES BELL, MRS. HERON AFTER CORPORATE LOAN OFFER ON PARK 

BELL AND TORCH 

DON'T CALL THIS MEDDLING 

SCHOOL LOAN GOOD IDEA 

TIME RUNNING OUT FOR COUNTY TO OK BUDGET 

NEW BANK BRANCH 

bell pushes school-merger planning 

time for bell's riot act _ _ 

community common sense missing in merger debates 

commission chairman bell avoids costs overrun issue 

suit settlement satisfies county officials 

county seeks consultant for school merger plan 

merger: dont't panic now 

county asks lawmakers' help on joint-project taxes 

bell, willie jr. (unc-ch campus police) 
unc police force promotes bell to post 
unc policeman denies favoritism 

bellamy, cliff 

not all of us 60 barefoot and so what if we did? 

a copy editor's dilemmaj when idealism meets reality 

cold war's thaw challenges our simplistic views of the world 



CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 3 N H90 



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



2 6/19/1989 A 1 P P S73 
2 6/19/1989 C 1 P N M51 
2 6/19/1989 A 1 P N S73 



2 6/19/1989 C 
2 6/19/1989 A 



1 P N M51 
1 P N S73 



2 1/18/1989 C 1 
2 1/19/1989 C 6 



N H65 
N 



2 3/09/1989 C 
2 4/30/1989 E 



S 2 11/20/1989 A 

S 2 11/21/1989 A 

H 2 11/22/1989 A 

S 1 11/22/1989 C 



1 N 

10 P R L59 



1 N E33 
1 N E33 
1 P N S69 
1 P N E33 



H 2 1/17/1989 C 6 N C60 



1/13/1989 A 
2/08/1989 A 
3/15/1989 C 
3/17/1989 A 
3/23/1989 B 
4/04/1989 A 
4/13/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/25/1989 
4/25/1989 
5/01/1989 
5/16/198? 
6/01/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/07/198? 
6/10/1989 C 
6/22/1989 C 
6/25/1989 D 
6/27/1989 A 
6/28/1989 B 
7/12/1989 A 
8/03/1989 
8/07/1989 
8/10/1989 
8/21/1989 
9/02/1989 
9/06/1989 
10/21/1989 
12/05/1989 



N A54 
N M06 
N A54 
E 

N A54 
L 

N B53 
F U57 
N H65 
N A54 
N H65 
N H65 
N S92 
N H65 
N S69 
N S92 
N 

P K30 
E 
E 

N H65 
P C45 
N S92 
E 
L 
L 

N H65 
N C47 
E 
N H65 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



3/18/1989 A 
6/22/1989 A 



CHH 1 6/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/13/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/26/1989 A 



3 N 
1 N S17 



4 J 
4 U 
3 U 



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bellamy, greg (convicted of drug charges) 

thornburg: letter in drug case sent as private citizen 
thornburg makes bad call 

bellows, mike 

tripping in the new age; durham firm tours to places of power 

benacerraf, baruj dr. 

pathology professor receives kroc auard 

bender, bob (basketball) 

victory in hand, duke takes day off 

bender interviews for post 

bender set for illinois st. interview 

bender finalist at illinois state 

bender leading candidate for illinois st. coaching spot 

bender leaving duke, to be new illinois state head coach 

benefield, michael 

benefield unc's 'vet' in backfield 

fenitez, maria 

flamenca maria benitez dance opening caswell series tuesday 

bennett, ben 

bennett picks devils vs. terps 

bennett, betsy dr. 

museum consultant to blend aesthetics, science in exhibits 

bennett, bob (retired teacher) 

balloon pops in on retired teacher 

bennett, chuck l. (armed robbery charges) 
cedar grove man gets 20-year jail sentence 

bennett, fred "pops" (basketball) 

'pops' bennett saves eagles in home debut 

bennett, gary (conspiracy charges) 

police log/two charged with theft of church lawn mower 

bennett, noah h. jr. 

school of medicine honors six for service 

bennett, william j. dr. 

bush names william bennett first cabinet-level drug czar 

bennett vow praiseworthy 

insight/bennett decides he won't serve as smoking gun 

senate confirms sullivan to hhs 98-1 

off with their heads? capital punishment isn't too mean for drug dealers 

give us fighters, not rhetoric 

bentley, thomas dr. 

minister 'pedals' hope for homeless 

pedaling preacher biking 1,600 miles to aid homeless 

benzler, verna 

program gives college-bound teens incentive 

eerardino, mike 

berardino joins herald staff 

BERENSON, DANia (TEACHER) 

GITHENS TEACHER TO RECEIVE AWARD FROM WORLD CENTER 
AWARD SENDS GITHENS TEACHER TO ITALY 

BERG, BRUCE D. 

THIEVES CLEAN OUT MUSICIAN'S HOME 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

CHH 1 

S 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



CHH 1 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



1/07/1989 C 
1/09/1989 A 



7/23/1989 E 
4/17/1989 B 



3/28/1989 D 
3/28/1989 D 
4/07/1989 B 
4/11/1989 D 
4/12/1989 D 
4/14/1989 B 



9/16/1989 D 

10/08/1989 E 

10/20/1989 B 

8/26/1989 C 

4/15/1989 A 

2/11/1989 A 

11/21/1989 D 

8/20/1989 C 

5/04/1989 A 



1/13/1989 A 
1/14/1989 A 
1/22/1989 D 
3/02/1989 A 
6/24/1989 A 
9/05/1989 A 



5/10/1989 A 
5/11/1989 B 



3/27/1989 A 
8/26/1989 D 



3/31/1989 A 
4/06/1989 C 



12 N 
4 E 



1 P F W66 
3 N 



1 P N C52 
3 P N M14 

2 N M14 

1 N F25 

2 N M14 
1 N M14 



1 P N C52 
8 P N 

3 P F 
1 N 

1 P N S92 

2 N H90 
1 P N A76 

11 N M51 
5 P N 



11 N 
4 E 
1 P F 
1 P N 
4 E 
4 E 



1 P N C61 
6 P N Zll 



3 N 
3 P N 



9 N 
1 N 



2 4/11/1989 C 1 N 



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GROUP SEEKS TIPS ON THEFT FROM MUSICIAN 

BERGERSON, BEV 

THE WIZ IS COMING 

BERGMAN, BARRIE 

CDS! THE FUTURE IS NOH 

BIZ NOTES 

BELGIAN COMPANY BUYS DURHAM-BASED RECORD BARS 

BERINI, ANTHONY 

BERINI BROTHERS VISIT CHAPEL 

BERINI, JOHN 

DUKE CHAPEL STONE WORKERS HOLD REUNION 



S 2 4/17/1989 C 1 N 



CHH 1 4/06/1989 A 1 F P L38 



H 2 3/10/1989 D 
CHH 1 6/13/1989 A 
H 2 10/03/1989 A 



8 P F M60 
6 P N 
1 N C47 



H 2 6/20/1989 B 7 N 



S 2 6/19/1989 A 1 P N T77 



BERKLEY, ANNE (LIBRARIAN) 

ADVENTURE IS WHERE YOU FIND IT, 



& REFERENCE LIBRARIANS HAVE THEIR SHARE H 2 2/19/1989 B 1 U N36 



BERKUITS, JERRY ETHAN JR. (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/STUDENT CHARGED UITH POSSESSION OF DRUG 

BERLIN, IRVING 

SONGS KEEP MEMORY ALIVE 

BERNARD, MICHAEL 

EAGLES DRAM ANGRY HAMPTON IN CIAA TOURNEY 

EAGLES DESERVE NCAA BERTH 

N.C. CENTRAL LOOKING TO LEAVE ITS MARK ON BASKETBALL MAP 

MARTIN, STATE HONOR NCCU EAGLES 

MARTIN HONORS NCCU BASKETBALL TEAM 

NCCU COACH MAY BE INVITED TO ADDRESS SENATE 

BERNARD TAKES AWARD, KEEPS EYE ON FUTURE 

BERNARD TAKES AWARD, KEEPS EYE ON FUTURE 

COMMUNITY HONORS NCCU CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM 

SPIRITS SOAR AS FANS PRAISE EAGLES' TITLE 

N.C. HOUSE GREETS HIGH-FLYING EAGLES 

CONGRATULATIONS IN ORDER 

EAGLES HONORED „ 

THE BERNARD SITUATION: EAGLES WONDERING WILL HE STAY OR GO 

FOR BERNARD, NATIONAL TITLE WASN'T TICKET INTO DIVISION I 

BERNARD GETS RARE SHOT AT COACH K 

NCCU'S BERNARD GETS POP CALL FROM GEORGETOWN'S THOMPSON 

EAGLES NOT READY TO THINK 'REPEAT' 

BENNETT PICKS DEVILS VS. TERPS 

EAGLES FACE NEW CHALLENGE 

BERNARD 'T'S' SPARK CENTRAL OVER CLARK 

TALK OF 'REPEAT' EAGLES' PROBLEM 

EAGLES DODGE BULLET _ 

EAGLES, BLUE DEVILS SOAR TO NEW HEIGHTS/1989 NCCU BASKETBALL 

BERNHOLZ, FARLEY 

THOUGHTS ON CHILD CAREi FORUM SPEAKERS URGE PARENTS TO BE INVOLVED 

BERNHOLZ, ROGER B. (ATTORNEY) 

COURT SENDS MALPRACTICE CASE BACK TO COUNTY 

BERNSTEIN, HERBERT (PROF. DUKE) 

DUKE PROFESSORS CAUTIOUS, OPTIMISTIC ON GERMAN REVOLUTION 

BERRY, DANIEL 

STEELMAN DRIVES TO EARLY LEAD/HERALD-SUN TOURNAMENT 

BERRY, JONATHAN DR. 

RESEARCH AT DUKE COULD LEAD TO SAVING HEART MUSCLE 

BESCHER, ALTHEA (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

WOMAN HURT IN SCUFFLE COULD FACE CHARGE 

BUSINESSMAN IS CONVICTED OF ASSAULTING FIRE INSPECTOR 



CHH 1 10/10/1989 A 7 N 



S 2 9/26/1989 A 4 E 



s 


2 2/23/1989 B 


1 P N P52 


s 


2 2/23/1989 B 


3 U P52 


H 


2 3/23/1989 D 


1 P N P75 


S 


2 3/28/1989 A 


1 P N A76 


H 


2 3/29/1989 A 


1 P N C47 


H 


2 3/31/1989 A 


10 N 


H 


2 4/03/1989 B 


2 P N C52 


H 


2 4/03/1989 B 


2 P N M14 


S 


2 4/07/1989 D 


1 P N A76 


S 


2 4/10/1989 C 


1 P N A76 


H 


2 4/11/1989 C 


1 N 


S 


2 4/11/1989 D 


1 P P S73 


S 


2 4/18/1989 D 


3 P P T32 


H 


2 6/04/1989 C 


1 P U M14 


H 


2 8/07/1989 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 10/13/1989 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 10/15/1989 C 


2 N M88 


H 


2 10/15/1989 C 


3 P N M88 


S 


2 10/20/1989 B 


3 P F 


H 


2 11/17/1989 B 


1 P N H88 


H 


2 11/19/1989 C 


4 N B64 


H 


2 11/21/1989 B 


2 U M88 


H 


2 11/21/1989 B 


2 P N B64 


H 


2 12/31/1989 C 


1 P G M88 



CHH 1 9/14/1989 A 1 P N S17 

CHH 1 12/20/1989 A 3 N L40 

H 2 11/11/1989 A 1 N S22 

H 2 6/27/1989 B 2 P N C49 

S 2 7/21/1989 C 1 N 



S 2 2/18/1989 C 1 N B53 
S 2 3/29/1989 C 1 N B53 



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COUNTY MAY LOOK AT DIFFERENT SITE FOR NEW RESERVOIR 

BEST, CHRISTOPHER 

COMMISSIONERS IGNORE RESERVOIR FACTS 

SIGHTS SET ON TRANSPORTATION PLAN 

COMMISSIONERS' WATER POLICY 'ARBITRARY,' 'INCONSISTENT* 

BEST, PAT (BOWLING) 

BOWLERS CELEBRATING 25TH YEAR OF FAMILY FUN 

BEST, RUTH ANDREW (DECEASED) 

MRS. RUTH ANDREW BEST, BURLINGTON LIBRARIAN 

BETHEA, HOPE 

PUTTING WOMEN IN THEIR PLACE 
SYMPOSIUM TO CONSIDER NEEDS OF WOMEN 

BETHEA<- SHIELDS, KAREN 

ADVOCATES SPEAK OUT FOR HELPING CITY'S HOMELESS 
POOR, HOMELESS TELL THEIR STORIES 

BETTEX, BRIAN EUGENE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE UNC STUDENT WITH DWI 

BETTS, DORIS 

DORIS BETTS— A WOMAN WHO HAS 'DISTILLED AND FUSED THE WORLD' 
BETTS HONORED FOR ACHIEVEMENTS 
UNC FACULTY REPORT BLASTS SPORTS 
HOW TO CALL THE NEWSHOUNDS 

BEYAH, AMIN HATIM (DRUG CHARGES) 
16 CHARGED IN DRUG RAID 
SIXTEEN ARRESTED IN DRUG RAIDS 

BHAERMAN, ROBIN ALISE (DISORDERLY CONDUCT) 
2 DUKE STUDENTS FACE CHARGES 
DUKE STUDENTS FINED FOR PADLOCKING GATES AT GOVERNOR'S MANSION. 

BIDEAUX, RENE 0. REV. 

STILL COUNTRY AT HEART ; LOCAL CHURCH COMPLETES NEW ADDITION 

BIERCK, HAROLD ALFRED BR. 

RETIRED HISTORY PROFESSOR ALFRED BIERCK DIES 

BIERICH MARCUS 

W. 'GERMAN EXECUTIVE TO TALK ABOUT WORLD AUTO INDUSTRY 

BIGGAR, PAT 

HEAD START PROGRAM FACES REALITY OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE 

BIGGERS, JOHN E. 

DEMOCRATS FILE FOR FIVE SEATS ON BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 
RUN-OFFS ARE POSSIBLE IN FOUR GRANVILLE DISTRICTS 

BIGGS, LARRY 

DRUG USE SURPRISES POLICE 

HILLSBOROUGH POLICE WANT TOWN TO APPLY FOR GRANT 

DRUGS CAUSE CRIME TREND, BIGGS SAYS 

*100,000 GRANT FUNDS DRUG WAR IN HILLSBOROUGH 

BIGGS, SUSAN DIANE (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/COUPLE CHARGED WITH TRAFFICKING IN COCAINE 

BIGGS, WALTER A. (DECEASED) 

EX-MAYOR PRO TEM, S&L OFFICIAL DIES 

EX-MAYOR PRO TEM, S&L OFFICIAL BIGGS DIES AT 83 

BILLINGS, DONNIE LEE (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/3 TEENS ROB NEWSPAPER VENDOR, 12 



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

CHH 1 10/05/1989 A 1 P N M20 



CHH 1 4/13/1989 A 4 L 
CHH 1 4/24/1989 A 4 L 
CHH 1 7/16/1989 A 4 P U 



H 2 2/11/1989 C 1 P N P38 
H 2 3/26/1989 B 2 



CHH 1 3/19/1989 A 3 P N 
CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 3/02/1989 C 1 P N A54 
S 2 3/02/1989 A 1 P N H65 



CHH 1 3/06/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 3/26/1989 D 3 P U H45 

CHH 1 11/05/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 12/07/1989 A 1 P N S17 

CHH 1 12/18/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 8/19/1989 C 1 N B53 
H 2 8/20/1989 C 1 N M51 



S 2 4/06/1989 A 12 N 
. .PROTEST H 2 5/17/1989 C 1 N R63 



CHH 1 7/31/1989 A 1 P N D38 

CHH 1 12/20/1989 A 7 N 

H 2 3/18/1989 B 2 N D80 

CHH 1 3/13/1989 A 3 N C62 



H 2 2/24/1989 C 1 N T33 
H 1 4/12/1989 C 1 P N T33 



CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 1 P N R63 

CHH 1 2/10/1989 A 1 P N R63 

CHH 1 2/17/1989 A 1 C N R63 

CHH 1 3/04/1989 A 1 P N R63 



CHH 1 7/11/1989 A 3 N 



S 2 5/16/1989 A IPO 
H 2 5/17/1989 D 9 



H 2 7/31/1989 B 6 N M51 



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BILLINGS, U. WIGHT 

•89 NEVADA MEDAL GOES TO DUKE RESEARCHER 

BILLINGSLEY, EVERETT 

OUASA MULLS JORDAN LAKE LAND PURCHASE 

OWASA BOARD OKS JORDAN LAKE PURCHASE 

OUASA FIRES LAST SHOT AT AMBERLY 

OMASA'S AMBERLY CONCERNS VALID 

UNIVERSITY LAKE SEUER LINE BAN EXPIRING SOON 

OWASA MAY RAISE RATES ANNUALLY FOR NEXT 5 YEARS 

OWASA DEBATES STAFF'S AUTHORITY IN POLICY ISSUES 

UTILITY GAINS PATENT/OWASA, PA. FIRM AT ODDS 

DEM GUIDELINE DISCOURAGES SLUDGE USE IN BEST WATERSHEDS 

BILLINGSLEY, KENNETH (RAPE SUSPECT) 

POLICE LOG/AUTOS VANDALIZED AT FIVE HOMES IN NORTHGATE AREA 

BING, ERVIN DEVINE 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN DEAD IN CAR IDENTIFIED 
GOLD JEWELRY STOLEN FROM MOTORCYCLE SHOP 



BINNS, TEVIIN (BASKETBALL) 

SHACKLEFORD, BINNS READMITTED BY 



CONTRACT' 



BIRDSALL, PRICE 

LUNAR ROCK REVEALS MOON'S MYSTERIES 

HEARTWORMS - A HIDDEN TRAGEDY 

AIDS CAUSES DOCTORS, DENTISTS TO TIGHTEN INFECTION CONTROL 

STEP ONE; RENOVATION TO BEGIN AT INTER-FAITH SHELTER 

PSO'S lot: PLAYING 'MOM AND DAD' TO PUBLIC 

ONE TEST THAT'S NOT REQUIRED 

COLD AND FRESH/40 YEARS OF BUSINESS t. GOING STRONG WITH... MILK DELIVERY 

WOMEN'S RIGHTS GROUPS STRUGGLE WITH WANING INTEREST; EQUALITY DAY... 

N.C. OFFICIALS VOTED 'NO' FOR WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE 

BISHOP, DANIEL LEWIS III (RAPE SUSPECT) 

POLICE LOG/GIBSONVILLE MAN CHARGED IN RAPE 

BISHOP, avA 

WOODSTOCK J TRAFFIC, WAVY GRAVY AMONG MEMORIES 

BISWAS, MRINMAY DR. 

PROF SAYS DAMAGE COULD BE WORSE 

BIXLER, JASON 

JORDAN STUDENT WINS DISTRICT ART CONTEST 

BLACK, FERLON NATHANIEL (DRUG CHARGES) 

DRIVERS' LICENSE CHECK NETS ARREST ON DRUG CHARGES 

BLACK, JIMMY (BASKETBALL) 

CAPTAINS GUIDE HEELS INTO PORT/1982 CAROLINA BASKETBALL 

BLACK, JOE (KIDNEY RECIPIENT) 

BENEFIT PLANNED BY FRIENDS FOR KIDNEY RECIPIENT 

BLACK, TERRI 

SCRAP PAPER 'RECYCLES' RAPE TESTIMONY, RAISES PARENT'S EYEBROWS 

BLACK, THOMAS CODDINGTON (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH DWI 

BLACKBURN, CHARLES F. 

VANCE-GRANVILLE TO MARK 20TH ANNIVERSARY 

BLACKBURN, GAIL GRENNELL HUNT III (DECEASED) 

MEMORIAL MASS SCHEDULED TODAY FOR CIVIC LEADER GAIL BLACKBURN 



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S 2 6/29/1989 A 1 N B53 



H 2 3/11/1989 C 6 N 



CHH 1 


1/22/1989 A 


1 N R63 


CHil 1 


2/09/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


3/26/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


5/05/1989 A 


1 C N L90 


CHH 1 


9/18/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


10/27/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


12/13/1989 A 


1 N M25 


H 2 


9/01/1989 C 


9 N N36 


H 2 


8/24/1989 C 


2 N M51 


S 2 


8/24/1989 C 


1 N B53 



H 2 1/21/1989 B 2 N 



CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



7/22/1989 
7/30/1989 
8/08/1989 
8/11/1989 
8/13/1989 
8/16/1989 
8/20/1989 
8/28/1989 
8/28/1989 



CHH 1 8/22/1989 A 



N 



S 2 8/10/1989 D 6 P F 659 

S 2 10/19/1989 A 1 P N C61 

S 2 5/26/1989 A 12 P N 

H 2 4/23/1989 B 10 N 

H 2 12/24/1989 C 1 P G C49 

H 2 12/13/1989 C 1 N T33 

CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 1 P N C62 

CHH 1 8/22/1989 A 7 N 

H 1 8/30/1989 C 1 P N H60 

H 2 1/07/1989 D 4 P 



BLACKLEY, JEAN 



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1/01/1989 - 



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12/31/1989 



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11/23/1989 A 
4/23/1989 D 



Cm 1 8/19/1989 A 3 N M25 



1 N 
1 N B53 
1 P N 



P D — BATE — C 

GRANVILLE CO. COMMISSIONERS CREATE POSITION OF GENERAL SERVICES DIRECTOR H 1 11/08/1989 C 

BLACKMAN, ELEANORS 

PEACE QUILT; A PRESENT FOR THE RUSSIANS THAT EXPRESSES WHO HE ARE 

BLACKMON, SONYA 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX SLIPS 0.3 PERCENT DURING FEBRUARY 

BLACKMON, TOBY 

SUIT SAYS JAIL INMATES FACE LIFE-THREATENING CONDITIONS H 2 6/09/1989 C 

HEARING WEDNESDAY ON LAWSUIT AGAINST COUNTY JAIL S 2 7/03/1989 C 

BLACKUELL, MILTON ARTHUR (DRUG CHARGES) 
4 MEN CHARGED IN COCAINE BUST 

BLACKUELL, RAYNARD KEITH (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

ROXBORO MAN CHARGED IN GUN THEFTS H 1 1/05/1989 C 

PERSON COUNTY SEEKS 4 ESCAPEES S 2 3/14/1989 A 

3 OF 4 PERSON JAIL ESCAPEES CAUGHT H 2 3/15/1989 C 

BLACKUELL, VICTOR C. REV. 

MAGAZINE SALES HALTED BY PROTEST 

BLACKWOOD, JEWELL 

THEFT OF TREE HAS WOMAN SHAKING HEAD 

BLACKWOOD, MARK WILLIAM (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH DWI THURSDAY 

BLAKE, CHARITY DENISE (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 

FAMILY MEMBERS OPPONENTS IN SUIT OVER CHILD'S DEATH 

BLAKE, LISA TERRELL (AUTO ACCIDENT) 

FAMILY MEMBERS OPPONENTS IN SUIT OVER CHILD'S DEATH 

BLAKE, NANCY (MUSICIAN) 

THE BLAKES, NANCY AND NORMAN: PLAYING SUNDAY AT RALEIGH LITTLE THEATRE 

BLAKE, NORMAN (MUSICIAN) 

THE BLAKES, NANCY AND NORMAN! PLAYING SUNDAY AT RALEIGH LITTLE THEATRE 

BLAKELY, FLORENCE E. 

HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF DURHAM 

BLALOCK, BARBARA CARDEN (SHOOTING SUSPECT) 
WOMAN HELD IN SHOOTING 

BLALOCK, LINDA GILLESPIE 

RALEIGH FIRE CHIEF HELD AT GUNPOINT TWO HOURS 

BLANC, MEL 

CURTAIN FALLS FOR GIANTS 

BLANCHARD, TERENCE (MUSICIAN) 

BLANCHARD HAS 'SOUL OF JAZZ ON HIS SLEEVE' 

BLANDING, REGINALD (BREAKING AND ENTERING SUSPECT) 
MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

BLANKENSHIP, KEVIN 
DIAMOND CHIPS 

BLANKS, CHAUNCEY (PRISONER, ESCAPED) 

BURGLAR TAKE SILVER WORTH OVER $22,000 

BLANTON, JOHN 

BLANTON PROPOSES FINES FOR HOUSING-CODE VIOLATORS S 2 8/30/1989 A 

HOUSING CODE APPEALS BOARD PROPOSED H 2 9/12/1989 C 

DURHAM HOUSING INSPECTOR PROPOSES APPEALS BOARD S 2 9/12/1989 A 

SWIFT ACTION CAN HELP KEEP HOUSING SAFER S 2 9/13/1989 A 



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L Y 

-PG L P BYL 

1 N T33 
6 P F U66 
6 N 



1 N S82 

1 N B53 






H 2 7/02/1989 B 

CHH 1 12/28/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/21/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/25/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/25/1989 A 

H 2 1/06/1989 D 

H 2 1/06/1989 D 

S 2 4/14/1989 B 

S 2 10/20/1989 C 

H 2 6/02/1989 C 

S 2 7/14/1989 A 

H 2 4/18/1989 A 

H 2 1/13/1989 C 

S 2 4/29/1989 B 

H 2 11/15/1989 C 



9 N 
3 P N S17 
8 N 
3 N H90 

3 N H90 
17 P P 

17 P P 
2 P P 

1 N B53 

4 N 
4 E 

6 R S66 
4 N 

2 P U P52 
1 N M51 



1 P N C61 
1 N R63 
8 N C61 
E 



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BLATECKY, ALAN 

N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER ALREADY BEING USED BY SEVERAL COLLEGES 

BLAUSER, JEFF 

BRAVES KEEP EX-BULL BLAUSER „_ vl 

BRAVES' BLAUSER BLOSSOMS JUST IN TIME TO GRAB STARTING 2ND BASE POSITION 

BLAYLOCK, BRENT (SOUTHWEST DURHAM ROTARY CLUB) 
NEW OFFICERS 

BLAZER, DAN DR. 

BLAZER GETS HEALTH SERVICE AWARD 
DR. BLAZER EARNS SERVICE AWARD 

BLEVINS, NAT 

DURHAM HOSTS N.C.'S 1ST HOME FOR AIDS PATIENTS 

BLEYMAN MICHAEL 

CHATHAM COUNTY FARM LAND BECOMES HOME FOR EXOTIC CATS 

BLOESCH, J. M. (POLICE OFFICER) 

POLICE REPORTER WATCHES THE WORLD THROUGH EYES OF A DURHAM OFFICER 

BLOOM, DAVID PETER (NEW YORK) 

DUKE GRAD DAVID BLOOM'S PARENTS SUED 

DUKE GRAB'S SCAM VICTIMS TO GET 44X OF MONEY BACK 

BLOOM, JANE IRA 

JAZZ WOMAN JANE IRA BLOOM AT ARTSCENTER SUNDAY 
BLOOM PLAYS SOPRANO SAX ON EDGE OF JAZZ TRADITION 

BLOUNT, ALMA 

CRECHE PROTESTS U.S. AID TO EL SALVADOR 

BLOUNT, JOHN (STORE OWNER) 

BUSINESSMEN FINDING SIGNS OF THE TIMES MOSTLY RED TAPE 

BLOUNT, ROY JR. 

HUMOR WRITER TO READ 

BLUE, DANIEL JR. (REP.) 

HOUSE OKS TRIANGLE REGIONAL TRANSIT BILL 
FOUR-YEAR LEGISLATIVE TERMS DROPPED FROM VETO BILL 
LEGISLATORS SAY TRIANGLE TRANSIT NEEDS SUBSIDY 

BLUE, OTHELLO B. (DECEASED) 

FIRE ON DUNSTAN STREET KIUS MAN, DESTROYS HOME 

DURHAM FIRE KILLS MAN, 63 

BURGLAR TAKE SILVER WORTH OVER $22,000 

BLUE, ROBERT RANDOLPH (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/GRINDERSWITCH BREAK-IN TRY CHARGES LODGED 

BLUMENTHAL, JAMES A. DR. 

TYPE A PERSONALITIES; DUKE STUDY INDICATES EXERCISE CAN EASE RESPONSE... 

BLUMENTHAL, MICHAEL (WRITER) 

JOURNALIST'S POET HAS 'BROAD SWEEP OF CURIOSITY' 

BLUNT, RUSSELL 

HILLSIDE'S WINNING TRADITION IN SPORTS STRETCHES BACK TO THE '20S 

BUM'S YOUNG HORNETS RUNNING WITH SUCCESS 

HILLSIDE'S BLUNT MAKES HALL OF FAME 

NO. 1, AND HEADED TO THE HALL OF FAME 

HILLSIDE'S RUNNING MAN MAKES HALL OF FAME 

BLUNT'S 'FAHE' WELL-DESERVED 

RUSSELL BLUNT EARNS PLACE IN SPORTS HALL 

HIS ACHIEVEMENTS ARE LEGENDARY 

TAKING HIS PLACE 



H 2 9/12/1989 A 12 N K65 



S 2 3/28/1989 D 
H 2 3/31/1989 B 



1 P N P52 
1 P U P75 



S 2 6/30/1989 A 9 P P T37 



CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 
S 2 4/18/1989 B 



S 2 6/16/1989 A 
H 2 12/15/1989 C 
S 2 6/17/1989 A 



H 2 2/18/1989 A 
H 2 8/17/1989 A 



H 2 3/03/1989 D 
H 2 3/07/1989 A 



CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 
H 2 12/05/1989 C 
H 2 4/19/1989 C 



H 2 6/06/1989 C 
H 2 7/13/1989 B 
H 2 12/14/1989 B 



S 2 11/13/1989 A 
H 2 11/14/1989 B 
H 2 11/15/1989 C 



H 2 11/08/1989 C 
H 2 1/17/1989 D 
H 2 4/09/1989 D 



S 2 4/19/1989 H 

S 2 9/13/1989 D 

S 2 9/15/1989 A 

H 2 9/16/1989 D 

H 2 9/16/1989 D 

S 2 9/16/1989 B 

S 2 9/18/1989 A 

H 2 9/22/1989 A 

H 2 11/12/1989 C 



7 N 
3 N 



1 P N M06 

2 P N 

1 P N B53 



10 N 
1 N 



11 P P 
11 P R S66 



3 P N S17 

1 P N N36 

2 N 



1 N L40 
3 P N 
1 P N L40 



1 N B53 
14 
1 N M51 



1 N M51 
4 T N C60 
3 P U H45 



4 P F A76 
3 N A76 
1 P N C09 
1 P P T37 

3 P N C52 
1 P U C09 

4 E 
4 E 

8 P N R56 



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1/01/1989 • 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



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S I T 

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C -TO L P BYL 



BLYTHE. ABIGAIL (MISSING CHILD) 

FRIENDS, FAMILY MOURN FOR 6-YEAR-OLD DROWNING VICTIM 

BLYTHE BEVERLY 

HER VERY OWN MARKET; BACKERS HOPE NEW FARMERS' MARKET IS GROWING SUCCESS 

BLYTHE, WILL IAM B. DR. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON AWARD RECIPIENT NAMED 

BOBBITT, WILLIAM L. (MURDER VICTIM) 

DEAD MAN'S FRIEND HELD IN SHOOTING 
DURHAM MAN SAYS SHOOTING ACCIDENT 

BOBBITT (- COOKE. MARY 

'HEALTH YOURSELF' PREPARING FOR COUNTY-WIDE SERVICE 

BOCK, PETE 

NEW PARK NO PROMISE OF TRIPLE A BASEBALL 

COUNTY, CITY BOTH SET DEADLINES ON FINANCING METHOD OF STADIUM 

BODINE, GEOFF 

CRASH GIVES BODINE FLAG 

BODMAN, HERBERT DR. 

PEACE MOVES UNCLEAR, MIDEAST WATCHERS SAY 

SATANIC VERSES TRIGGERS MOSLEM FRUSTRATION - PROFESSOR 

PROFESSOR URGES CONTINUED MIDEAST INITIATIVE 

BOEHLECKE, BRIAN 

LOCAL FLYING CLUB DISPUTES OPPONENTS i CRITICISMS SAID UNFAIR 

BOGLE, MARCELLE ANTONIO 

N.C. COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF WORKER WITHOUT TRANSPORTATION 

BOHANON, MARY L. (DECEASED) 

MISS BOHANON, 76, EX-NCCU PROFESSOR 
NCCU PUTS MARY BOHANON'S POEMS ON STAGE 

BOLCOM, WILLIAM 

'ENCOUNTERS' RESUMES WITH CONCERT BY BOLCOM 

BOLDEN, ERIC OMAR (WEAPON CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/4 CHARGED WITH AUTO THEFT 

BOLDUC, JEAN 

THE TIME IS NOW FOR WOMEN TO ACT/GUEST COLUMNIST 
COMMISSION PUSHES COUNTY CIVIL RIGHTS LAW 

BOLES, THOMAS EDGERTON (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH DWI 



H 2 1/26/1989 C 
CHH 1 6/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/02/1989 A 



S 2 12/28/1989 B 
H 2 12/29/1989 C 



18 N 
3 P N H90 
3 P N 



1 N B53 

1 N 



CHH 1 4/09/1989 A 3 P N L90 



S 2 5/16/1989 C 
H 2 5/17/1989 C 



CHH 1 1/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/18/1989 A 



CHH 1 8/18/1989 A 
H 2 3/03/1989 B 



H 2 5/03/1989 D 
H 2 11/05/1989 E 



H 2 2/03/1989 D 
H 2 7/23/1989 B 



CHH 1 10/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/31/1989 A 



1 P N T77 
4 P N C47 



H 2 10/16/1989 B 2 P N M98 



3 P N C62 

1 N S17 

2 N 



1 N S17 
7 N 



4 
9 B 



9 N 
3 N M51 



4 P U 
1 P N H90 



CHH 1 6/13/1989 A 5 N 



BOLEY, JOHN 

A SECOND CAREER IN THE MINISTRY, 



PATHS VEERED TOWARD DUKE 



BOLICK, FLOYD MILTON (SUICIDE) 

HILLSBOROUGH DEATH RULED A SUICIDE 

BOLIEK, DAVID L. JR. 

UNC WANTS BIG BICENTENNIAL BUCKS 

CAMF1JS RACE RELATIONS FOCUS OF APRIL EVENT 

PROGRAM GIVES COLLEGE-BOUND TEENS INCENTIVE 

SPEAKER CHARGES UNC WITH RACISM 

RACISM TOPIC OF CAMPUS WORKSHOPS 

STUDENTS WORKING AROUND 'CARDING'/SUNDAY FOCUS: UNDERAGED DRINKING 

SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSIDER PSAT PROPOSAL 

SFtAKER URGES GLOBAL THINKING, LOCAL ACTION FOR ARMS SECURITY 

SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES PSAT REQUIREMENT 

TEACHERS QUESTION LATE PAYROLL 

REDESIGN BELAYS 2 SCHOOL PROJECTS 



H 2 


9/04/1989 A 


1 P G N36 


CHH 1 


5/19/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


3/05/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


3/09/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


3/27/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


4/15/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


4/15/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


5/07/1989 A 


1 


P N 


CHH 1 


9/25/1989 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


9/25/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


9/27/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


10/06/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/14/1989 A 


3 


N 



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RENEW DRUG FIGHT - LT. GOV. 

BOARD LOOKS TO FUTURE OF SCHOOLS IN ORANGE CO. 

AND THE SHOOT GOES ON... 

LOVE OF PHOTOGRAPHY IS CHAN'S MOTIVATION 

CAMP SURVIVOR SAYS HE'S LIVING 'SECOND LIFE' 

CAMPUS OFFICIALS SEEK TO AVOID PIZZA CONTROVERSY 

BOLING. BETTY 

CHILD CARE ORGANIZER TAKES STANCE ON VICTORY VILLAGE 
UNC, CHILD CARE NETWORKS FINALIZE CONTRACT 

BOLLINGER, STEVE 

ANTI-ABORTIONISTS POLL CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES 
SURVEY OUT OF PLACE IN DURHAM ELECTION 

BOLOGNESI, DANI 

DUKE PROF! SALK REPORT IMPORTANT, NOT SOLUTION 
DUKE GETS $5 MILLION FOR AIDS RESEARCH 

BOLOWICH, ELMAR 

UNC SHIRS SOCCER DUTIES; BOLOWICH TO COACH MEN 
FATHERHOOD, TOP 20 NEW EXPERIENCE FOR UNC'S BOLOWICH/SOCCER 

BOLTON, BENNIE 

BOLTON TARGET OF SUSPICIONS? 
BOLTON CONCERNED BY STATE PROGRAM 
bolton: VALVANO COMMITTED FOUL 

BON XVI, JON 

JON BON JOVI WILL BE AT SCHOOL'S ANTI-DRUG PROGRAM 
ROCK STAR BON JOVI, DUKE'S FERRY WARN AGAINST DRUGS 

BONAPARTE, BRANDY NICHOLE 

INJURED INFANT SENT HOME 

BONAVENTURA, JOSEPH DR. 

DUKE SCIENTISTS DEVELOP FISH FOOD 
DUKE PROFS 'LURED' INTO FISH-FOOD STUDY 

BOND, JACK 

BOND-POWELL BOOK DRAWS DURHAM READERS 

AUTHOR SAYS CONTROVERSIAL BOOK IS COSTING HIM HIS JOB 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

BOND FAVORS GOLF VILLAS AT TREYBURN 

DURHAM TO CELEBRATE COUNTY GOVERNMENT WEEK 

COUNTY ASKS CITY DELAY ON NEW SEWAGE PROPOSAL 

ACHIEVEMENTS OF WORKSHOP PLEASE BOND 

1ST ADVERSARY 

BOND TO LEAD GROUP OF BLACK OFFICIALS 

MANAGERS REVIEWING LOW MARKS ON SERVICE 

BOND'S COUNTY BUDGET WOULD HIKE RATE 6 l/2t (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-22-89) 

PRELIMINARY COUNTY BUDGET PROPOSES TAX INCREASE OF 6.5 CENTS 

BOND PROPOSES COUNTY LIAISON WITH ASSEMBLY 

PROPOSED COUNTY BUDGET INCLUDES HIRING A LOBBYIST 

COMMISSIONERS SHOULD CHOP LIAISON POSITION 

FUND NEW LIBRARY BRANCH 

CITIZENS URGE MORE SCHOOL FUNDS 

BOND TO RECONSIDER PUBLIC HOUSING REQUEST 

HOUSING FUND REQUEST SHOULD BE APPROVED 

BOND REVISING BUDGET TOWARD LOWER TAX INCREASE 

BOND BACKS DURHAM FIRM FOR COURTHOUSE RENOVATION 

LEGISLATIVE LIAISON LEFT OUT OF BUDGET 

SUIT SETTLEMENT SATISFIES COUNTY OFFICIALS 

AWARENESS OF HOMELESS GOAL OF SEPTEMBER RALLY 

BOND URGES MERGER OF CITY AND COUNTY SCHOOLS 

BOND GIVES STRAIGHT TALK ON SCHOOL MERGER 

COUNTY EYES $89 MILLION BOND TAB 

BOND FAVORS FLYING CONDOM-SHAPED BALLOON (CORRECTED) 

BOND.' BLIMP HELPED AWARENESS OF AIDS 

CLEARING THE RECORD 







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I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C ■ 


-PG L P BYL 


CW- 


1 1 10/19/1989 A 


1 N 


CHH 1 10/23/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 10/31/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 10/31/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 12/26/1989 A 


1 N 


CHH 1 4/08/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 8/26/1989 A 


3 P N 


S 


2 10/27/1989 A 


1 N C61 


S 


2 10/30/1989 A 


4 E 


s 


2 6/09/1989 C 


4 N 


H 


2 9/15/1989 A 


13 P N 


H 


2 3/03/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 8/27/1989 B 


2 N F95 


s 


2 1/24/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 1/30/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


2 7/29/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 2/02/1989 B 


9 N 


H 


2 2/18/1989 C 


1 P N P38 


H 


2 10/26/1989 C 


7 N M51 


H 


2 6/01/1989 C 


3 N D80 


S 


2 12/22/1989 D 


8 N 


S 


2 1/23/1989 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 1/23/1989 C 


1 N M06 


H 


2 2/09/1989 A 


11 P G 


H 


2 2/10/1989 C 


1 P N A54 


S 


2 2/18/1989 C 


1 P N H65 


S 


2 3/14/1989 C 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 3/23/1989 B 


5 P N 


S 


2 4/07/1989 A 


2 P P S76 


S 


2 4/24/1989 A 


6 P N H65 


S 


2 5/04/1989 A 


1 P N H65 


S 


2 5/17/1989 A 


1 N H65 


H 


2 5/18/1989 C 


1 N S69 


S 


2 5/25/1989 A 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 5/26/1989 C 


1 N 


S 


2 5/26/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 6/12/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 6/13/1989 B 


1 P N H65 


S 


2 6/15/1989 A 


1 P N H65 


s 


2 6/17/1989 A 


4 E 


s 


2 6/20/1989 C 


1 P N H65 


S 


2 7/07/1989 A 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 7/09/1989 B 


1 N S69 


S 


2 9/02/1989 C 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 9/07/1989 C 


3 N S22 


S 


2 10/13/1989 C 


1 P N H65 


s 


2 10/16/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 10/24/1989 B 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 11/01/1989 C 


1 P N S22 


S 


2 11/01/1989 B 


1 N H65 


H 


2 11/02/1989 A 


2 N 



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BY NAMES 



BOND GETS 5X RAISE 

BOND 3RD HIGHEST-PAID COUNTY MANAGER IN STATE 

BOND, JAMES PAUL (MISSING PERSON) 
MAN MISSING AFTER QUITTING JOB 

BOND, JULIAN 

BOND TO ADDRESS CAMPUS RACISM 

JULIAN BOND SAYS BLACK PEOPLE RISK LOSING CIVIL RIGHTS GAINS 

BOND, LAUREL (NUTRITIONIST) 

NUTRITIONIST OFFERS ADVICE ON COPING MITH HOLIDAY BULGE 

BONDURANT, STUART DR. 

EASTERLING TO TAKE CONTINUING ED POST 

TOP DEANS PAID MORE THAN TOP ADMINISTRATORS 

MEETING WITH UNC OFFICIALS PLEASES ANIMAL RIGHTS ADVOCATES 

DEANS ADDRESS NEEDS OF FUTURE 

BONK, DAVID (CHAPEL HILL) 

FURTHER STUDY URGED FOR RAIL 

Kj^NER PAUL 

POLICE REPORTER WATCHES THE WORLD THROUGH EYES OF A DURHAM OFFICER 

BONOFF, KARLA 

KARLA BONOFF WILL PERFORM JULY 7 

BOOKER, CURTIS 

MOSES RECEIVES HISTORICAL SOCIETY'S BARTLETT AWARD 
NEW OFFICERS 

BOONE, JOSEPH L. JR. (MURDER VICTIM) 
POLICE ARREST KILLING SUSPECT 
CARRBORO MURDER SUSPECT ORDERED HELD WITHOUT BOND 
MURDER SUSPECT CHARGED AGAIN 

EDWARDS ADMITS KILLING, OFFICERS SAY; CLAIMS SELF DEFENSE... 
ANNADALE, EDWARDS INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGES 
EDWARDS TO GET NEW LAWYER 

BOONE, ROGER (FOOTBALL) 

BOONE'S 'BIG' IN DUKE OFFENSE 

BOONE'S 201 RUSHING YARDS LIFT DUKE OVER NORTHWESTERN 

BOONE'S RUSHING PUT SOME FIRE BACK IN BLUE [EVILS' OFFENSE 

BOOTH, ROBERT H. "BOB" 

CONGRATULATIONS IN ORDER 

NON-PROFIT AGENCIES VIE FOR COUNTY FUNDS 

CHAMBER'S BOOTH SAYS TRIANGLE AREA SHOULD BE RANKED HIGHER THAN 27TH 

TRIANGLE TOPS IN NORTH CAROLINA 

CHAMBER! PUT STADIUM ON FORD SITE 

BOOTHBY NEIL 

DUKE HONORS THREE AT FOUNDER'S DAY CELEBRATION 

BORBELY-BROWN, JULIA 

ABC OFFICIALS DO GOOD JOB STOPPING DRINKING STUDENTS 
DUKE NEIGHBORS FEAR ABC LAX ON UNDER-AGE DRINKING 

BORBELYf- BROWN, JULIA 

VOTERS' ALLIANCE WINS LEGAL BATTLE 

POLITICAL GROUP VOTES AGAINST DOWNTOWN MUSEUM MOVE 

DURHAM COALITION PLANS NOV. ELECTION STRATEGY 

BORDEN, DOROTHY ROSE "DOT" 

SOVIETS' WARMTH IMPRESSES DURHAM VISITORS 
DURHAM, SOVIET TOWN SET TO BE SISTERS 

BOROFSKY, JONATHAN (ARTIST) 

DISPOSABLE ART/TEMPORARY WORKS INCREASE -SAP BETWEEN ARTIST, PUBLIC 



D — DATE — C -PG L 



2 12/19/1989 C 
2 12/20/1989 A 



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T 
Y 
P BYL 

N 
N H65 



H 2 4/30/1989 B 5 P N 



CHH 1 4/07/1989 A 
H 2 4/11/1989 C 



5 P N 

6 N S17 



CHH 1 12/26/1989 A 3 N 317 



CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/26/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/26/1989 A 



CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 
S 2 6/17/1989 A 
S 2 7/06/1989 D 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



5/06/1989 A 
5/06/1989 A 



1/01/1989 
1/04/1989 
1/07/1989 
1/26/1989 
2/08/1989 
7/07/1989 



2 9/09/1989 D 
2 9/10/1989 C 
2 9/10/1989 C 



2 4/11/1989 D 
2 6/14/1989 B 
2 8/26/1989 C 
2 9/06/1989 A 
2 11/14/1989 A 



S 2 10/23/1989 A 
H 2 12/09/1989 A 



H 2 1/12/1989 C 
S 2 5/15/1989 A 
H 2 10/12/1989 A 



S 2 6/10/1989 C 
S 2 11/07/1939 C 



5 P N 
1 C N S17 
3 N S17 
3 P N M25 



1 P N S17 
1 P N B53 

3 P P 



11 P N 
5 P P S73 



N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N H90 
N 



1 P N C49 
1 P N C49 
3 U M88 



P S73 
N H65 
N 
E 
N E33 



S 2 12/08/1989 C 1 N 



A L 
1 N S69 



1 P N S69 
7 N M06 

1 N R63 



1 P N C61 
1 P N Yll 



H 2 10/29/1969 E 8 P U G68 



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BORSTELMANN, LLOYD (DUKE PROF) 

LONG DISTANCES CHANGING GRANDPARENT, PARENT, CHILD RELATIONSHIPS 

BOST, JOHN 

CEMETERY'S FIRST CUSTOMER WANTED A BALLPARK INSTEAD 

BOST, KATHLEEN 

CEMETERY'S FIRST CUSTOMER UANTED A BALLPARK INSTEAD 

BOST, TOBY 

DURHAM AGENT TO QUIT FOR GREENER PASTURES 
DURHAM LOSES A POPULAR LEADER 
FAREWELL FETE 

BOSWELL, B. K. (POLICE OFFICER) 

DRUG CASE EVIDENCE SURGICALLY REMOVED 

BOSWELL, LARRY 

BOSWELL TAKES ONE-SHOT LEAD OVER SPURRIER 
BOSWELL IN CONTROL AT DURHAM AMATEUR 
BCSWELL'S EARLY BOGEYS NO FACTOR IN AMATEUR 
BOSWELL RULES AMATEUR 

BOSWELL, THOMAS TOBY (DECEASED) 

THOMAS TOBY BOSWELL, 29, NATIVE OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 

BOTEL, MORTON DR. 

LABELS, TESTS NOT ALWAYS HELPFUL, SCHOLAR SAYS 

BOTELER, FRANKLIN E. 

VISITORS, TIME HAVE TAKEN TOLL ON KERR LAKE PARKS 

BOTHA, PIETER WILLEM 

APARTHEID LOSES A HARD-LINER 

LEADERSHIP ONLY CHANGE SO FAR IN SOUTH AFRICA 

BOUCHER, RICHARD C. DR. 

UNC DOCTOR NAMED TOP CF RESEARCHER 

BOWEN, EDWARD G. DR. 

COUPLE CREATES $1 MILLION DUKE ENDOWMENT 

BOWEN, EVANDER JACKSON 

COUPLE CREATES $1 MILLION DUKE ENDOWMENT 

BOWEN, JULIE (CHAPEL HILL) 

MAJORITY OPINIONS SHOULD BE REPORTED, TOO 

BOWEN, MARGUERITE HILL SANDERSON 

COUPLE CREATES $1 MILLION DUKE ENDOWMENT 

BOWEN, MARY MARTIN 

COUPLE CREATES *1 MILLION DUKE ENDOWMENT 

BOWEN, ROBERT JOHN (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

BOWERS, BRIAN (AUTOHARP VIRTUOSO) 
BRIAN BOWERS TO PERFORM 

BOWERS, GEORGE DAVID (DRUG CHARGES) 

SUSPENDED SENTENCE GIVEN IN DRUG CASE 

BOWERS, JOHN WAYNE "JOKER" (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/COUNTY MAN CHARGED WITH SELLING COCAINE 

BOWLER, EDWARD J. (PILOT) 

PRIVATE TWIN-ENGINE PLANE CRASHES NEAR RDU MINUTES AFTER TAKEOFF 



H 2 12/22/1989 A 
H 2 4/01/1989 C 
H 2 4/01/1989 C 



H 2 3/18/1989 A 
H 2 3/21/1989 A 
S 2 3/28/1989 B 



16 P N ISO 
1 P N P38 
1 P N P38 



1 P N C47 
4 E 
1 P P S76 



H 2 3/05/1989 A 1 N M51 



H 2 5/28/1989 C 

H 2 5/29/1989 D 

H 2 5/30/1989 D 

S 2 5/30/1989 D 



H 2 2/20/1989 B 
CHH 1 7/03/1989 A 
H 2 1/31/1989 B 



H 2 8/18/1989 A 
S 2 8/18/1989 A 



H 2 5/18/1989 C 

S 2 8/22/1989 B 

S 2 8/22/1989 B 

CHH 1 2/09/1989 A 

S 2 8/22/1989 B 

S 2 8/22/1989 B 

CHH 1 6/15/1989 A 

CHH 1 11/21/1989 A 

H 1 1/06/1989 C 

CHH 1 9/27/1989 A 

H 2 8/11/1989 A 



1 P N C49 

1 P N C49 

1 P N C49 

1 P N F25 



6 
8 N D38 
N H60 



N 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

5 N 
8 P P 
1 N 
10 N 
1 M N S69 



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CAMPUS POLICE OFFICERS SEEK SPECIAL HEARING 

BOWMAN, LOUETTA 

FIRE DESTROYS HOME ON JOHNSON MILL ROAD 
FIRE DESTROYS HOME 

BOWMAN, REYN 

VISITORS BUREAU PRESIDENT NAMED 

BOWMAN 1ST PRESIDENT OF VISITOR'S BUREAU 

FINALLY, SOME HELP FOR TOURISTS 

DURHAM HAS SELF-IMAGE PROBLEM, VISITORS' BUREAU CHIEF SAYS 

TAKE STOCK OF DURHAM 

COUNTY COOL TO TAX PLAN 

COMMISSIONERS RIGHTLY CAREFUL WITH HOTEL TAX 

BUREAU GREETS DURHAM GUESTS 

BOWMAN, VIRGINIA RAND „ 

FIVE PEOPLE ARE ELECTED TO 3-YEAR TERMS ON DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, 

BOYARCHIKOV, NIKOLAI NIKOLA YEVICH 

MORE THAN A FESTIVAL: AT ADF, THE BEAT GOES ON BENEATH THE SURFACE 

BOYD, BOB (PHOTOGRAPHER) 

ENVIRONMENTAL PORTRAITS; FAMILIES COME INTO FRESH FOCUS 

BOYD, FAYE (DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS) 

CLASSROOM CONDITIONS AMONG CONCERNS OF 2 CHAPTER HEADS 

BOYD, FREDERICK DOUGLAS (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE L0G/U0MAN.22, CHARGED WITH APARTMENT BREAK-IN 

BOYD, GLENN 

HENDERSON DEALER BUYS STAR AUTOMOBILE CO. 

BOYD, HENRY (FORMER AIRPORT DIRECTOR) 

INSIGHT/HIS AIRPORT TASKS: FIRES, STOLEN CARS, LAND DEALS 

BOYD, JOHN III DR. 

PEDIATRIC SPECIALIST SAYS BOY WHO DIED WAS VICTIM OF ABUSE 

BOYD, LARRY 

H-S CLASSIC WIDE OPEN IN '89 

BOYD, SAM (PAROLE COMM, ADMINISTRATOR) 

PAROLE OFFICIALS DON'T HAVE TO ALLOW PUBLIC HEARINGS 

BOYD, TONY RANDALL (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

POLICE LOG/DEPUTIES RECOVER ITEMS STOLEN IN BREAK-IN 

BOYD, WALTER 

EX-PANTHER BOYD HAVING 'FUN' WAITING HIS TURN 

BOYD, WILLIAM LEWIS (FUGITIVE) 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKING WINSTON-SALEM FUGITIVE 

BOYER, ERNEST K. 

EXPERT THROWS COLD WATER ON HOT TOPIC OF 'SCHOOLS OF CHOICE' 

BOYKIN, HOPE 

EXHIBIT FOR A DEBUTANTE 

BOYKIN, MARY 

IN CRISIS, THAT COMMON BOND 

BOYKINS, CLEO M. 

FOUR UNC EMPLOYEES RECEIVE SERVICE AWARDS 

BOYNTON, ASA 

CONSULTANTS TO SCRUTINIZE UNC POLICE 

BRACEY, RAMONA 



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

CHH 1 8/09/1989 A 1 N S17 



H 2 12/18/1989 C 1 P N M51 
S 2 12/18/1989 C 9 P P T32 



H 2 5/17/1989 C 1 P N 

S 2 7/10/1989 A 1 P N M06 

H 2 7/12/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 8/01/1989 B 1 P N R60 

H 2 8/02/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 8/15/1989 A 1 N M06 

S 2 8/18/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 8/29/1989 C 4 N A76 



.. H 2 12/29/1989 C 3 P N 

S 2 7/20/1989 D 6 P F B71 

S 2 7/20/1989 A 6 P F G59 

H 2 8/14/1989 B 1 F N C47 

H 2 7/30/1989 C 11 N M51 

S 2 6/10/1989 C 1 N M06 

H 2 3/12/1989 D 2 F P41 

H 1 5/19/1989 C 1 N 

S 2 6/23/1989 B 1 P N F25 

S 2 12/28/1989 A 1 N B53 

H 2 9/19/1989 B 8 N M51 

H 2 10/29/1989 C 2 P U 

S 2 4/24/1989 C 3 P N 

S 2 10/05/1989 A 5 J Oil 

H 2 10/29/1989 E 14 P P C45 

H 2 8/22/1989 A 6 P N 356 

CHH 1 4/23/1989 A 7 P N 

CHH 1 10/26/1989 A 1 N S17 



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BAR AT RAMONA'S CAFE SERVES BUSINESS— STRAIGHT UP 

BRACKEN, LOIS A. 

A POEM FOR THE NEW PRESIDENT 

BRACKEN, ROBERT 

ALAMANCE HIRES RECYCLING COORDINATOR 

BRADBURY, ELIZABETH (TEACHER) 

BANK EXECUTIVE STRESSES THREE P'S FOR EDUCATION 

BRADBURY, MARY (TEACHER) 

BANK EXECUTIVE: SCHOOLS MUST STRESS 3 P'S 

BRADEMAS, JOHN DR. 

NYU HEAD 1ST TO REVEAL POST ON U.S. ARTS PANEL 

BRADFORD, BETTIE (CHARLES HOUSE ASSOCIATION) 

GROUP HOPING TO PROVIDE HOME FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 

BRADFORD, DARRYL (CHILD MOLESTATION CHARGES) 
FOR MOLESTING NIECE, MAN GETS 15 YEARS 

BRADLEY, MICHELLE ANN (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 

VIDEOTAPE OF TRAFFIC DEATH LEADS JUDGE TO SENTENCE 
MAN DRAWS 5 YEARS IN CAR DEATH 

BRADLEY, SHAW (BASKETBALL) 

'PHENOM' LABEL ASIDE, BRADLEY STILL HAVING FUN WITH GAME 

BRADSKAU, CLAUDE (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/HILLSBOROUGH POLICE CHARGE 5 WITH DUI 

BRADSHAU, JOE LEWIS (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DRUG PARAPHERNALIA CHARGE FILED 

BRADSHAU, ROY CAMPANELLA (ASSAULT SUSPECT) 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING OFFICER 

BRADSHAU, WILLIE 

HILLSIDE'S WINNING TRADITION IN SPORTS STRETCHES BACK TO THE '20S 

BRADSHER ARTHUR 

BRADSHER, GANTT, 'PERFECT' PITCHERS FOR TRINITY COLLEGE AT CENTURY'S... 

BRADSHER, ARTHUR BROWN DR. (DECEASED) 

DR. BRADSHER, 72, CHARTER IRON DUKE, EX-RDU DIRECTOR 

BRADSHER, WILSON JR. 

2 BLACKS ARE NOMINATED FOR MENTAL HEALTH BOARD 

BRADY, JAMES 

PASS BRADY AMENDMENT 

BRADY, JENNIFER (NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL) 

STUDENTS AT NORTHERN TACKLE DRUG ABUSE 

BRAGG, BILLY (MUSICIAN) 

MINING A CAUSE/BRAGG AND DICKENS 

BRAHMS, JOHANNES 

RECONSIDERING THE 'REQUIEM' 

BRAME, JAMES BALLARD JR, 

NEW PAPER ASSOCIATION CHIEF HAVING BUSY YEAR 

BRANCH, CHARLES L. DR. 

BRAIN TUMOR PATIENT HAS LIFE EXPECTANCY DOUBLED 







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P 


S 
E E 
D — DATE — C ■ 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


H 


2 3/03/1989 C 


2 P F K65 


CHH 1 1/17/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


1 8/24/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 


2 11/10/1989 C 


1 P N C47 


S 


2 11/09/1989 C 


1 P N Yll 


S 


2 11/03/1989 C 


1 N B71 


CHH 1 3/19/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


H 


2 4/12/1989 D 


5 N 


H 
S 


2 8/29/1989 A 
2 8/29/1989 B 


1 N S82 
1 N B53 


H 


2 12/31/1989 C 


7 P N B40 


CHH 1 8/22/1989 A 


7 N 


CHH 1 10/15/1989 A 


5 N 


CHH 1 1/12/1989 A 


3 N 


S 


2 4/19/1989 H 


4 P F A76 


s 


2 4/19/1989 H 


3 P F F25 


H 


2 1/05/1989 C 


6 


S 


2 6/07/1989 A 


12 N H65 


H 


2 12/09/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 11/28/1989 A 


6 P N G59 


H 


2 11/03/1989 D 


5 P F B71 


H 


2 12/19/1989 B 


1 N W66 


H 


2 3/12/1989 D 


6 P N C47 


H 


2 1/01/1989 C 


8 N 



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UNC PREPARES TO HONOR DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI 

BRANDES, PAUL D. 

AT 68, PROFESSOR AND AUTHOR STARTING CAREER AS A LAWYER 
PROFESSOR, WIFE SAVED FROM POND, DOG HELPS WITH RESCUE 
ACCIDENT STILL MYSTERY, POLICE SAY; COUPLE IN INTENSIVE CARE 
DOG FINE AFTER POND ACCIDENT 
HERO DOG RETURNS HOME 
MASON COMMENDED FOR BRAVERY 

BRANDIS, HENRY P. JR. (DECEASED) 

FORMER UNC LAW SCHOOL DEAN DIES 
MEMORIAL SERVICE SET FOR UNC PROF BRANDIS 

BRANDON, WALTER (DROWNING VICTIM) 

HENDERSON MAN DROWNS IN KERR LAKE 

BRANDT, GIL 

GIL BRANDT FIRED'' 

BRANNON, ANTHONY 

NEW SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE 

DURHAM COUNTY JUDGES TRADE JABS OVER REQUEST FOR SPECIAL GRAND JURY 

JUDICIAL TIFF DOESN'T SERVE DURHAM WELL 

LABARRE'S COLLEAGUES AMBIVALENT ON PROBE OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

16 LAWYERS BACK GRAND JURY PROBE OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

APPEALS COURT RULES *500,000 RESTITUTION EXCESSIVE IN DEATH-BY-VEHICLE 

JUDGE ASKS SBI TO PROBE DURHAM SOCIAL SERVICES 

SBI, NOT SPECIAL GRAND JURY, TO PROBE CHILD-ABUSE CHARGES 

HUDGINS WELCOMES CHILD-ABUSE PROBE 

JUDGES WISELY SETTLE SPAT OVER ABUSE CASES 

$500,000 RESTITUTION ORDER REDUCED TO *4,500 

JUDGE NAMED VICE PRESIDENT OF BAR GROUP 

GARDNER TO OFFER EVIDENCE TO BLOCK PAROLE 

JUDGE? PAROLE BOARD DIDN'T WEIGH EVIDENCE 

BRANNON, CHRIS 

SETA INFORMATION REQUEST DENIED 

BRANNON, DOUGLAS BRYSON (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DWI CHARGES FILED IN SEPARATE INCIDENTS 

BRANSON, WILLIAM III 

ENVIRONMENTAL PORTRAITS; FAMILIES COME INTO FRESH FOCUS 

BRANTLEY, DAVID MICHAEL (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/DWI CHARGE FOLLOWS CAR WRECK 

BRASWELL, WALLACE JR. (ROBBERY CHARGES) 

3 ADDITIONAL MOREHEAD HILL CHARGES LODGED 

DURHAM POLICE PREPARE MORE MOREHEAD HILL BREAK-IN CHARGES 

BRATSHER, ROBERT 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME CO. STOCK SOARS ON SUCCESS 

BRATTEN, FERN VOLKMAN 

NEW FASHIONS SUIT FULL-FIGURED WOMEN _ 

BIG AND BEAUTIFUL; POSITIVE PHILOSOPHY FOR THE FASHIONABLY LARGE 

BRATTON, JOHN 

DEVELOPER PLANS 200-ACRE PROJECT NEAR 1-40, OLD 86 

TWENTY YEARS LATER; ORANGE CO. RESIDENTS TO JOIN GAY RIGHTS MARCH 

BREEDEN, ALVIN ALPHONZA (DRUG CHARGES) 
MAN FACES TRESPASSING CHARGE 

BREEDEN, DOUGLAS T. 

BREEDEN SEEKING INITIAL TERM ON CITY SCHOOL BOARD 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

CHH 1 9/19/1989 A 3 P N U80 



H 2 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



3/13/1989 B 
8/27/1989 A 
8/28/1989 A 
8/29/1989 A 
9/06/1989 A 
9/22/1989 A 



2/23/1989 C 
2/24/1989 C 



1 F N S82 



N M20 
N M20 
N 
N 
N 



H 2 7/05/1989 C 
S 2 5/04/1989 B 



2 1/03/1989 C 

2 3/28/1989 A 

2 3/29/1989 A 

2 4/04/1989 C 

2 4/07/1989 A 

2 4/09/1989 B 

2 4/21/1989 A 

2 4/22/1989 C 

2 4/22/1989 A 

2 4/26/1989 A 

2 5/16/1989 C 

2 7/02/1989 B 

2 12/01/1989 A 

2 12/01/1989 A 



CHH 1 10/26/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/12/1989 A 
S 2 7/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/02/1989 A 



H 2 10/03/1989 B 
S 2 10/05/1989 A 



1 P 
6 



1 N 
1 P U D18 



1 P P T37 
1 P N S82 
4 E 
1 N S32 
1 P N S82 
1 N S82 
1 N B53 
1 N S82 
1 N B53 
4 E 
1 N 
4 N 
1 P N B53 
1 N B53 



3 N S17 

5 N 

6 P F 659 
8 N 



1 N M51 
1 N B53 



H 2 8/19/1989 A 1 N C60 



S 2 8/11/1989 B 
H 2 8/14/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 

S 2 9/23/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/04/1989 A 



1 P F G59 
6 P F S56 



1 M N R63 
3 P N S17 
3 N 
3 N C62 



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DON'T RUBBER STAMP SCHOOL STAFF POLICIES, BOARD CANDIDATE SAYS 

ELECT DOUG BREEDEN/CHAPEL HILL-CARRBCRO SCHOOL BOARD (AD) 

SCHOOL BOARD CAMPAIGN'S FOCUS ON PARRISH, BREEDEN 

ELECT DOUG BREEDEN 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO SCHOOL BOARDJVOTE FOR THREE 

PARRISH, HJSHNELL BACK IN; BREEDEN TAKES THIRD SEAT 

BREEDEN SAYS REFORM GOALS DISREGARD AVERAGE STUDENTS 

BRE ^MAN I A^TEdToR SLUGGING SEN. GLENN UNDER EVALUATION AT BUTNER 
PUNCHES DON'T WORK 

BREEZE, ROSETTA 

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER KEEPS SINGER BUSY 

BRENNAMAN, MARTY 

BRENNAMAN'S SITUATION LESS THAN ROSY 

BRENNER, WILLIAM SR. DR. 

POLICE LOG/CLINIC GETS THREATENING PHONE CALLS 
IRS PROBES PHYSICIAN'S FINANCES 

BRESSLER, BERNARD DR. 

BOARD PLANS HEARING ON MORE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST DR. BRESSLER 
SUPERVISION RECOMMENDED FOR FORMER DUKE PSYCHIATRIST 

&REUBAKER GARY 

UAR FORCES SUCCESSFUL FOOTBALL COACH TO MISS BIGGEST UINS 

BREWER, BOB (BASEBALL) 

BOBBY BROUER LOVES BEING A YANKEE 

BREWER, KENYATTA (BURGLARY) 

POLICE LOG/NEIGHBOR CHARGED IN BREAK-IN, ARSON 

'FACING THE MUSIC; 28TH SEASON OF EASTERN MUSIC FESTIVAL DRAWS APPLAUSE 

BRICE, ROBERT GREGORY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/DAVIE COUNTY MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 
POLICE LOG/DRUG ARRESTS MADE 

BRICE, SHAWN (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 
A 'GOOD DEED' TURNS INTO TRAGEDY 
MAN HURT IN WRECK STILL NOT IDENTIFIED 
HURT HITCHHIKER STILL UNIDENTIFIED 

BRICKEY, ROBERT 

'AIR BRICKEY? ♦ NO BOAST, JUST A FACT 
DEVILS UNLEASH 'AIR BRICKEY' VS. JACKETS 
'AIR BRICKEY' IGNITES DUKE 
BRICKEY >S HOST-SUPPRESSED DESIRE 
THE RISE AND FALL OF ROBERT BRICKEY 

BRIDGE, DONALD 

ABANDONING DOWNTOWN 

NOW FAMILIES CAN GET SILLY 

DURHAM'S 'LITTLE' THEATER COMPANY GETTING BIGGER 

DURHAM SONGWRITER EXPECTING ANOTHER NO. 1 COUNTRY HIT 

LITTLE BIG THEATER'S FIRST PLAY IN NEW DIGS 

BRIDGERS, MARY (VICTORY VILLAGE DAY CARE CENTER) 
UNC WILL HELP WITH DAY CARE, HARDIN SAYS 
CHILD CARE ORGANIZER TAKES STANCE ON VICTORY VILLAGE 

BRIDGES, BRUCE 

IN THE KNOW ABOUT AFRICAN CULTURE; EDUCATOR BRUCE BRIDGES 
ETHNIC PRIDE GROWS IN BLACK COMMUNITY 

BRIDGES, MICHAEL DWAYNE (MARIJUANA CHARGES) 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 



— DATE- 

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11/01/1989 
11/04/1989 
11/05/198? 
11/05/1989 
11/08/1989 
12/20/1989 



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L P BYL 



1 P 



N C62 
A 

Q C62 
A 
N 

N C62 
N C42 



2 10/28/1989 C 
2 10/29/1989 D 



N T33 
E 



H 2 2/27/1989 B 1 P N C47 



H 2 7/16/1989 C 1 U M88 



CHH 1 2/10/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 



N 

N W57 



H 2 1/28/1989 D 4 N 
H 2 1/29/1989 B 1 N 



S 2 4/19/1989 H 11 P F F25 

S 2 3/30/1989 B 1 N P52 

H 2 10/08/1989 B 10 N M51 

H 2 7/14/1989 D 8 P F S56 



CHH 
CHH 



1 2/21/1989 A 
1 9/17/1989 A 



H 2 7/13/1989 A 
S 2 7/13/1989 C 
H 2 7/14/1989 C 



8 N 
3 N 



1 P N M51 
1 P N B53 



2/08/1989 D 
2/21/1989 B 
3/11/1989 B 
3/21/1989 D 
4/02/1989 C 



P N C49 
P U D18 
P N F25 
P U M14 
P P S73 



2 3/11/1989 A 
2 3/23/1989 D 
2 3/24/1989 D 
2 5/08/1989 A 
2 12/08/1989 D 



CHH 1 1/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/08/1989 A 



2 6/02/1989 B 
2 6/02/1989 B 



4 L 
7 P N B71 

4 P F W66 
6 U W66 

5 P F W66 



1 P N S17 
3 P N S17 



1 P F 659 
1 P F G59 



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P 

chh 



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1 2/07/1989 A 



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-TO L P BYL 

3 N 



1 2/26/1989 A 
1 3/01/1989 A 



H 1 11/10/1989 C 



H 2 3/26/1989 B 



11 N 
3 N M25 



1 N 140 
1 N P38 



1 N S82 

1 N S82 
1 P N B53 

1 N S32 

6 N 

1 N 

1 H B53 

1 N B53 

1 N S82 

1 N B53 

1 N S82 

4 L 



H 2 5/29/1989 C 7 P N 



POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN FACES MARIJUANA CHARGE 

BRIDGES, ROBERT (TRIANGLE J COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS) 

BRIDGES' MOVE MAY NOT AFFECT SCHOOL CHH 

BRIDGES TO CONTINUE EFFORTS FOR REGIONAL MODEL SCHOOL CHH 

BRIDGES, UINFRED ED (DEATH SENTENCE) 
NEW TRIAL ORDERED ON MURDER CHARGE 

BRIGHT, JOHNELL 

CUSTOHERS' QUIRKS ENLIVEN THE JOB AT PARKING GARAGES 

BRIGHT Sf-ERRY 

WAY CLEARED FOR JURY TRIAL IN CHILD-NEGLIGENCE LAWSUIT H 2 3/20/1989 B 

SOCIAL SERVICES DIRECTOR DENIED CHANGE-OF-VENUE REQUEST IN LAWSUIT TRIAL H 2 7/25/1989 B 

DURHAM JUDGE WANTS TRIAL TO PROCEED AS SCHEDULED S 2 7/25/1989 C 

TRIAL TO BEGIN IN CHILD-WELFARE NEGLIGENCE SUIT H 2 8/28/1989 B 

SUIT AGAINST SOCIAL SERVICES OFFICIALS GOES BEHIND DOORS H 2 8/29/1989 C 

SUIT AGAINST SOCIAL SERVICES REPORTEDLY REACHES SETTLEMENT H 2 8/30/1989 C 

LAWYERS IN NEGLIGENCE SUIT WILL RETURN TO COURT S 2 8/30/1989 B 

COUNTY SETTLES IN CHILD ABUSE CASE S 2 8/31/1989 A 

ABUSED CHILD SUIT SETTLEMENT: $100,000 OVER NEXT 26 YEARS H 2 9/01/1989 C 

ANNUITY EASES STING OF LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT S 2 9/01/1989 C 

12-YEAR-OLD RECIPIENT OF LAWSUIT 'DOING PRETTY GOOD' IN IOWA H 2 9/04/1989 B 

GUILT CHISELED IN STONE? H 2 9/18/1989 A 

BRIMLEY, JOHN MCARTHUR (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 

PEDESTRIAN, DRIVER DIE IN 2 PERSON ACCIDENTS 

BRINKLEY, DAVID (JOURNALIST) 

N.C. HALLS OF FAME TO INDUCT H.C. CRANFORD OF DURHAM, 8 OTHERS S 2 3/16/1989 C 1 P N 

NINE TO RECEIVE HALLS OF FAME HONORS CHH 1 3/17/1989 A 5 P N 

6 JOURNALISTS INDUCTED INTO N.C. SHRINE H 2 4/10/1989 B 1 N H90 

BRINKLEY, 6R0VER C. (DECEASED) 

VETERAN FIREFIGHTING CAPTAIN DIES OF HEART ATTACK CHH 1 7/04/1989 A 3 N M70 

BRITT BETSY BRACY 

BRITTS TURN LITIGATION TABLES, HEAD BACK TO COURT CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 3 N H90 

BRITT BILLY 

BRITTS TURN LITIGATION TABLES, HEAD BACK TO COURT CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 3 N H90 

BRITT, HARRY G. (SAN FRANCISCO) 

'GAY AND LESBIAN AWARENESS DAYS' BEING HELD AT DUKE H 2 2/23/1989 B 8 N 

BRITT, ILENE 

PLANNING WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT S 2 6/03/1989 A 5 P P K30 

BRITT, JOE FREEMAN (DISTRICT ATTORNEY) 

ROBESON PROSECUTOR 'REPLACING A LEGEND' H 1 1/10/1989 C 6 N 

SEX OFFENSE SENTENCE IS 16 YEARS H 2 8/23/1989 C 12 N S82 

•DEADLIEST-D.A.' REPUTATION TRAILS BRITT TO DURHAM COURTS H 2 8/27/1989 A 1 P N S82 

VIDEOTAPE OF TRAFFIC DEATH LEADS JUDGE TO SENTENCE H 2 8/29/1989 A 1 N S82 

BRITT, PEGGY 

BRITTS TURN LITIGATION TABLES, HEAD BACK TO COURT CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 3 N H90 

BRITT, W. EARL 

JUDGE BRITT TO HEAR ARGUMENTS ON LAKE GASTON PIPELINE OCT. 30 HI 10/20/1989 C 1 N H60 

BRITTINGHAM, SCOTT (FOOTBALL) 

'THE PLAY' STILL HAUNTS DUKE S 2 11/09/1989 B 1 D N D18 

BRITTON, THOMAS PECK 

PUBLIC HOUSING SITE OF DRUG HOUSE BUST CHH 1 10/14/1989 A 3 N C62 

BROCK-LDFTIS, GRAY REV. 

'DON'T JUST DO SOMETHING. BE THERE' H 1 10/18/1989 C 1 P N T33 



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BROCK, ARTHUR "ART" (TRAIN ACCIDENT DEATH) 
DEATH ON TAR HEEL TRACKS 
NAN STRUCK, KILLED BY TRAIN 

BROCK, CLIFTON (CHAPEL HILL) 
DIVINE WORD ON ABORTION 

BRODER, DAVID 

LABOR DEPARTMENT NEEDS WOMAN'S VIEW/DAVID S. BRODER 

BRODIE, H. KEITH H. DR. 

DUKE COUNCIL APPROVES REPORT URGING REFORMS 
BRODIE ENDORSES SECURITY SOUGHT BY DUKE STUDENTS 
DUKE OFFICIALS MEET ON COMPLAINTS ABOUT JANITORIAL FIRM 
DUKE TO CANCEL SCHOOL PORTION OF JANITORIAL CONTRACT 
SANFORD, BRODIE HELP DUKE FACE MODERN CHALLENGES 

ADVISORY COMMITTEE SET AT DUKE ^^ 

DUKE PRESIDENT IS LIKELY TO STAY ON, DESPITE ATTACK 

PROFESSOR TAKES AIM AT DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT 

"BARBER'S SHOP" (CARTOON) 

PROF SAYS BRODIE URGED HIRING MORE BLACK FACULTY 

DUKE TRUSTEES SET SESSION ON BRODIE 

DUKE TO KEEP BRODIE FOR OPEN-ENDED TERM 

BRODIE STAYS; SAYS BOARD HAS SPOKEN 

WENDY'S FOUNDER BACKS BRODIE '110 PERCENT' 

H. KEITH H. BRODIE! SETTING AN AGENDA FOR DUKE'S FUTURE 

DUKE UNIVERSITY FRESHMEN STUMBLE THROUGH CONVOCATION, ALMA MATER 

BRODIE SAYS INTOLERANCE ON THE RISE „ 

UNDERSTANDING THE PSYCHOLOGY OF 'THE NEW RACISM' AND DATE RAPE 

BRODIE, H. KEITH H. DR., SALARY _ „ 
BRODIE'S SALARY RANKS 9TH AMONG U.S. SCHOOLS 
DUKE'S BRODIE GIVES $78,000 TO UNIVERSITY 
RECORD OF GENEROSITY 

BRODIE, ROBERT ANDREW (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CAR HOOKED ON TRACTOR-TRAILER BUMPER 

BRODIE, WILLIAM LEE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING 

BRODY, HILDA 

TRILLIUMS: SPRING FLOWERS CAUSE WARM MEMORIES TO BLOOM... 

BROGDEN, GEORGE WARREN (STABBING SUSPECT) 

DURHAM MAN STABBED, BEATEN IN ARGUMENT OVER SPANKING 
THOUSANDS IN MATERIALS TAKEN FROM GLAXO CONSTRUCTION SITE 
POLICE LOG/GLAXO CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS STOLEN 

BROGDEN, JEFFREY „ 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH POSSESSING *20,000 IN DRUGS 

BROGDEN, JEFFREY (AUTO THEFT SUSPECT) 

DURHAM MAN STABBED, BEATEN IN ARGUMENT OVER SPANKING 

BROGDEN, MARY 

ELECTIONS WORKERS NEEDED 
DURHAM PRIMARY SPARKS CONFUSION 

BROILI, SUSAN 

SUN WRITERS SNAP UP PRESS CLUB CONTEST AWARDS 

WRITERS WIN AWARDS 

SUN EDITOR CAPTURE 2 NATIONAL AWARDS 

BROKAW, TOM (NEWS ANCHOR) 

TOM BROKAW SPEAKER AT DUKE COMMENCEMENT 



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H 


2 


4/13/1989 A 


4 E 


H 
CHH 


2 
1 


8/29/1989 A 
8/29/1989 A 


1 P P L38 
1 P N H90 


H 


2 


3/31/1989 A 


4 L 



H 2 1/20/1989 A 5 U 



H 


2 


1/27/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


S 


2 


2/16/1989 A 


1 N 


S 


2 


2/23/1989 C 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


3/18/1989 C 


1 N C47 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 G 


3 P F S92 


H 


2 


4/21/1989 C 


2 N N36 


S 


2 


4/27/1989 A 


1 N S92 


H 


2 


4/28/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


5/03/1989 A 


4 T T C50 


S 


2 


5/11/1989 C 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


5/12/1989 C 


2 N 


S 


2 


5/12/1989 A 


1 N S92 


H 


2 


5/13/1989 A 


1 N R63 


S 


2 


5/13/1989 C 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


5/28/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


8/25/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


S 


2 


8/25/1989 A 


9 P N 


H 


2 


8/27/1989 D 


5 P J 


H 


2 


9/24/1989 A 


1 N N36 


S 


2 


9/25/1989 A 


1 N S92 


H 


2 


9/27/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/29/1989 A 


10 N M51 


CHH 1 


4/03/1989 A 


2 N 



H 2 5/28/1989 E 2 P W 



H 2 10/02/1989 A 8 N 
S 2 10/03/1989 C 1 N B53 
H 2 10/04/1989 A 12 N N36 



H 2 11/18/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 10/02/1989 A 8 N 



H 2 10/04/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 10/16/1989 A 1 N C61 



S 2 3/20/1989 C 1 P N 
H 2 6/25/1989 B 1 N 
S 2 6/26/1989 C 1 P N 



H 2 12/07/1989 B 2 P N B80 



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DENTIST SUIT GOES TO TRIAL 

COURTROOM TURNED INTO DENTIST'S 'OFFICE' FOR TRIAL 
ORAL SURGEON! ANESTHESIA CULPRIT IN ALLEGED ASSAULT 
LAWSUIT AGAINST DENTIST NOW IN HANDS OF JURY 
JURY CLEARS DENTIST IN SEX ASSAULT SUIT 

BROOKING, JAMES A. 

SUPERCOMPUTER ARRIVES AT CENTER IN RTP 

BROOKINS, H. HARTFORD RT. REV. 

REGIONAL AME BISHOP ASSAILS ABERNATHY'S 'EXPOSE' ON KING 

BROOKS, ALMETTA 

HOLD THAT TIGER 

BROOKS, BENJAMIN T. Ill 

CITY SCHOOLS STILL PUSHING FOR PROGRESS 

BROOKS, CHARLES 0, 

HILLSBOROUGH KAN ELUDES POLICE IN CHASE 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN SHOT IN CHASE 

WARRANTS SERVED ON MAN WOUNDED AFTER MONDAY SHOOTOUT WITH POLICE 

BROOKS, DERRICK L. (ROBBERY CHARGE) 
CHARGES FILED IN RURAL BREAK-IN 

BROOKS, DEXTER 
LAW WEEK 

BROOKS, EUGENE C. Ill 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD IGNORING TEACHERS' PROTEST 

CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION RESPONDS TO STAFF CONCERNS 

BROOKS. FREDERICK P. JR. DR. 

BROOKS AWARDED FOR COMPUTER WORK 

BROOKS, JEFFREY PIERRE (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/HILLSBOROUGH POLICE CHARGE 5 WITH DM 

BROOKS, JESSE JAMES (DRUG CHARGES) 

MAN SENTENCED ON INDECENT LIBERTIES CHARGE 

BROOKS, JOHN AND SUSAN 

BROOKS DESCENDANTS TO HOLD 10OTH REUNION 

BROCKS. JOHN C. (LABOR COMMISSIONER) 

LABOR DEPARTMENT'S PAY PRACTICE DRAWS REQUEST FOR INVESTIGATION AFTER. 

BROOKS, JOHNNY DEE (DRUG CHARGES) 
16 CHARGED IN DRUG RAID 
SIXTEEN ARRESTED IN DRUG RAIDS 

BROOKS, LAUREN 

'BATH DUCK' GETS INVENTOR, 6, OUT OF 'HOT WATER' 

BROOKS. LUTHER 

OWASA SAYS GOODBYE TO VETERAN EMPLOYEES 

BROOKS, MARY L. 

RETIRED DURHAM EDUCATOR MAKES EXECUTIVES' LIST 

BROOKS, SUSANNE B. 

THREE-WAY RACE SET FOR GRANVILLE SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT SEAT 

BROOKS, TIMOTHY RAY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/HILLSBOROUGH MAN FACES DWI CHARGES 

BROOKS. WILMA 

THE JOY OF PICKING 

BROOKSHIRE, DON 



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N E E 
P D — DATE — C 

CHH 1 2/02/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/03/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/04/1939 A 

CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/09/1989 A 



H 2 8/26/1989 C 

H 2 10/21/1989 A 

S 2 8/03/1989 D 

S 2 4/19/1989 G 



CHH 1 5/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/10/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/11/1989 A 



CHH 1 12/01/1989 A 
S 2 5/04/1989 B 



H 2 9/09/1989 A 
H 2 9/15/1989 A 



CHH 1 8/24/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/22/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/01/1989 A 

H 2 8/02/1989 B 

i. H 2 5/15/1989 B 



S 2 8/19/1989 C 
H 2 8/20/1989 C 



S 2 2/08/1989 C 

CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 

S 2 9/27/1989 A 

H 2 2/24/1989 C 

CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 

S 2 5/31/1989 C 



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3 N H90 

3 N H90 

3 N H90 

1 N H90 



1 P N K65 
1 P N S22 
6 P P 
9 F S92 



3 N H90 
3 N H90 
2 N H90 



3 N M70 
5 P P T37 



4 J 
4 L 



3 N 
7 N 
3 N H90 
10 N R60 
7 P N 



1 N B53 
1 N M51 



1 P N S92 
1 P N M25 
10 P N 
1 N T33 
6 N 
1 P F S27 



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PITTSBORO MANAGER TAKING NEW JOB 

BROOM, BOBBY (GUITARIST) . _ 

GUITARIST WILL PLAY WITH DUKE JAZZ ENSEMBLE 

^'^^iuTpAPERS AID RELEASE OF PRISONER FROM DURHAM 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 
LEGAL GAMBLE GETS SEX DEFENDANT 60 YEARS 

RROLXiH MICHAEL 

TOWN ATTORNEY WARNS OF ANNEXATION COSTS 

MORGAN, BROUGH REHIRED 

TOWN SLASHES LAWYER BUDGET 
BROUGH CHALLENGES SZOSTAK SUIT 

RROUGHTON RAY B 

DURHAM NATIVE RECEIVES N.C. AWARD OF EXCELLENCE 

BROWER, BOB (BASEBALL) 

FOR BROWER, TRADE TO YANKEES PROVIDES OPPORTUNITY 

BROWER, JESSE DERRICK (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 
^PURSE SNATCHING SUSPECT NETS 12 YEARS 

BROWN, ANDY (BASKETBALL COACH) ___ ^ ni . (vvin 
AT ORANGE, THEY'RE WINNERS NO MATTER THE RECORD 
PANTHERS DEVELOP NEW IMAGE 

BROWN, ANN CORNELIUS _ 
HERALD WRITERS RECEIVE AWARDS 
WRITERS WIN AWARDS 

SUN EDITOR CAPTURE 2 NATIONAL AWARDS 
WHAT KIND OF ABORTIONS? 

FROWN, ANTONE DEVON 

5 WOMEN, MAN ARRESTED IN PROSTITUTION ROUNDUP 

BROWN, CAROLYN WALKER (MURDER VICTIM) 
ALAMANCE WOMAN IS SHOT TO DEATH 

BROWN, CHUCKY (BASKETBALL) _ 

WOLFPACK'S SENIORS CLOSE OUT FRANTIC FOUR YEARS 
'PACK OUT FOR WIN 

BROWN, CLARENCE „ 

GULLEY, 3 COUNCILMEN MAY RUN FOR MAYOR 

DELEGATION YENS TO TIE KNOT WITH JAPANESE CITY 

CONFLICT OF INTEREST DEBATE ENTANGLES BROWN 

NO CONFLICT OF INTEREST, ATTORNEY SAYS OF BROWN _„.„ miM , „___ 

LEWIS-OGBURN COMMITTEE DECLINES RECOMMENDATION ON BROWN'S GRANT REQUEST 

NCCU FUND REQUEST STIRS COUNCILMEN 

CONFLICT OF INTEREST? IT LOOKS THAT WAY 

COUNCIL ETHICS RULES NEED TO BE CHANGED 

JOB TRAINING OFFER MAY QUELL BROWN'S CITY GRANT REQUEST 

COUNCIL OK'S GRANT REQUESTED BY BROWN 

NCCU GETS GRANT COUNCILMAN BACKED 

INTEGRITY OF GOVERNMENT 

SPAUUDING, BROWN BAR MAYOR'S RACE 

SPAULDING, BROWN SUPPORT JENKINS IN MAYOR'S RACE 

FIVE BLACKS MIXED IN FEELINGS ABOUT SPAULDING MEETING 

22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 

CITY ELECTION LINEUP; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 

RE-ELECT CLARENCE BROWN (AD) 

MOST CANDIDATES FAVOR REFERENDUM ON MAJOR PROJECTS 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 
. V0TE/'89 ; VOTING PRECINCT TALLY ^^ 

I FRIENDS OF DURHAM GROUP'S 'GOALS* TARGET OF FIERY ATTACK FROM BROWN 



CHH 1 4/20/1989 A 
H 2 2/25/1989 B 



H 2 5/19/1989 C 
H 2 5/23/1989 C 
H 2 10/19/1989 C 



CHH 1 5/08/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/16/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/01/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/01/1989 A 



S 2 9/02/1989 C 



H 2 4/01/1989 D 



CHH 1 1/14/1989 A 



2 2/05/1989 C 
2 12/05/1989 D 



H 2 3/19/1989 B 

H 2 6/25/1989 B 

S 2 6/26/1989 C 

H 2 7/18/1989 A 



3 N 

3 P N 



2 N 

3 P N 

1 N S82 



1 P N M20 
3 N 
3 N D38 
3 P N H90 



3 N 
1 P U P75 
3 N H90 



8 P N P75 
2 P N P52 



1 N 

1 N 

1 P N 

4 L 



2 11/23/1989 C 1 Nffil 



2 12/25/1989 C 1 N H60 



2 3/02/1989 D 
2 3/24/1989 D 



P N C49 
P N D18 



1/20/1989 A 
6/13/1989 B 
6/22/1989 A 
6/23/1989 C 
6/24/1989 C 
6/24/1989 A 
6/25/1989 D 
6/26/1989 A 
6/28/1989 
6/29/1989 
6/29/1989 
7/01/1989 
7/14/1989 
7/14/1989 
7/19/1989 
8/05/1989 
8/08/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/11/1989 
10/11/1989 
10/11/1989 
10/20/1989 
10/20/1989 



1 

1 
1 

5 

1 
1 
4 
4 
3 
1 
1 

A 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 

10 

1 



N H70 
N C61 
N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N C61 
E 
E 

N R63 
N R63 
N C61 
E 

N S22 
N C61 
N R63 
N C61 
N 
A 

N R63 
1 P N R63 
1 P N N36 
6 N 
1 P N R63 
1 P N C61 



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BROUN FOR COUNCIL 

IMPOLITE, NOT SHOCKING 

CANDIDATES' VIEWS VARY ON EXTENT OF CITY FUNDING FOR HOUSING 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL GETS 3, KEEPS 3 WINNERS (ERROR' IN RESULTS) 

CITY COUNCIL UARDS/VOTING TALLY (ERROR IN RESULTS) 

GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB REAL WARD 1 WINNER 

HIGH VOTER TURNOUT TURNS VOTE AROUND 

JENKINS CITY'S 1ST BLACK MAYOR 

COMPUTER TWISTS ELECTION RETURNS 

HAYWIRE MACHINE COUNTED PRECINCT VOTE TOTALS TWICE 

UIN OR LOSE, ELECTION CANDIDATES SHARE FATIGUE 

N.C. GROUP TOLD ANTI- JAPANESE TREND TRIPS U.S. 

BROWN, CLARENCE J. (FORMER DEPUTY SEC. DEPT. OF COMMERCE) 
TRADE EQUALITY MAY HURT U.S.-JAPANESE RELATIONS 

BROWN, CLARONELL 

BLACK OPPONENTS: MERGER MAY MAKE MORE PROBLEMS 

BROUN, DANTA DEMETRIE "DEE-DEE" (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 
POLICE LOG/4 CHARGED WITH AUTO THEFT 

BROWN, DAVE 

BROWN'S NO LONGER LOST IN DUKE OFFENSE 
BROUN! DEVILS' LATEST TOP GUN 
BLUE DEVILS GET ULTIMATE VICTORY 

BROWN, DAVID NELSON (STABBING CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/SUSPECT IN STABBING ARRESTED 

POLICE LOG/ MAN CHARGED AFTER BREAK-IN AT 3 BUSINESSES 

BROWN, DEBBIE LEIGH MILLS (MURDER VICTIM) 
GRAHAM WOMAN DIES OF SHOTGUN BLAST 

BROUN, DUANE LEE 

DURHAM MURDER MAY BE RETRIED 
CONDEMNED MAN WINS A NEW TRIAL 
CONDEMJO MAN WINS NEW TRIAL 
RETRIAL FOR BROWN STIRS MANY EMOTIONS 

BROWN, EARL BERNARD (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

POLICE LOG/ABOUT $3,000 DISCOVERED MISSING AFTER WOMEN DISTRACT. 

BROWN, ERIC D. (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

MAN SENTENCED FOR ROLE IN THEFTS AT LAWYER'S HOME 
'PASSIVE' BREAK-IN PARTICIPANT DRAWS 3-YEAR, SUSPENDED TERM 

BROWN, FLOYD H. 

ALLEN'S VICTORY ON NCCU BOARD LEAVES UNANSWERED QUESTIONS 

BROWN, FRANK DR. 

EDUCATION DEAN BROWN TO RESIGN 

BROWN, GEORGE WAYNE (LAWYER) 
DURHAM ATTORNEY DISBARRED 

BROUN, GORDON 

BOARD GRANTS DELAY ON TRACT RECLASSIFICATION 

BROUN, HANK 

DURHAM COUPLE FIGHTING NEIGHBORHOOD'S DRUGS 

BROUN, HOMER RAY (DUD 

POLICE LOG/t4,000 IN CHECKS, CASH STOLEN WHILE CLERK DISTRACTED 

BROUN, JAMES (MUSICIAN) 

SOUL HAS ITS PRIVILEGES 
RALLY TO HONOR BROWN 



— DATE- 

10/22/1989 
10/23/1989 
11/03/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/09/1989 
11/09/1989 
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T C50 
E 

Q C61 
N N36 
N 

N B53 
N C61 
N C61 
N H65 
N C61 
N R63 
N R63 
N S22 
N K65 



S 2 11/09/1989 A 1 N E33 
S 2 3/30/1989 A 1 N S92 
H 2 7/23/1989 B 3 N M51 



H 2 11/05/1989 C 
H 2 11/10/1989 B 
S 2 11/13/1989 D 



H 2 11/06/1989 B 
H 2 11/09/1989 C 



5 N C49 
1 P N C49 
1 P N D18 



1 N M51 

1 N M51 



H 2 4/16/1989 B 3 



H 
H 
H 
H 


2 3/27/1989 A 
2 10/06/1989 C 
2 10/06/1989 C 
2 10/08/1989 B 


1 P N S82 
1 N L40 
1 N S82 
1 P N 382 


H 


2 8/09/1989 B 


5 


N M51 


S 
H 


2 8/15/1989 C 
2 8/16/1989 D 


1 
5 


N B53 
N 


S 


2 10/10/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 


1 12/19/1989 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 3/17/1989 A 


1 


N 


CHH 


1 5/18/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


H 


2 8/25/1989 A 


1 


M N S22 


H 


2 11/20/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


S 
CHH 


2 5/01/1989 A 
1 5/03/1989 A 


4 

3 


E 
N 



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BLUES FOR BROWN; FANS HOLD RALLY TO PLEAD FOR RELEASE OF GODFATHER... CHH 1 5/04/1989 A 3 P N M70 



BROUN, JAMIE B. (DRUG CHARGE) „ 

POLICE LOG/SPITTING ON OFFICER CALLED DEADLY WEAPON 

BRW FAf^E B pROM^ CALL FOR IMPROVED ROAD CONDITIONS 

^SS Km CHAPEL HILL TOUN COUNCIL 
HOUES' UAR CHEST THE FULLEST 
GREENS ENDORSE BROUN 
ALLIANCE NAMES COUNCIL CHOICES 
SIERRA CLUB PICKS LOCAL CANDIDATES 
CHAPEL HILL TOUN COUNCILJVOTE FOR FOUR 
PASQUINI DROPPED FROM TOWN COUNCIL 
STRONG CAMPAIGNS SERVE NEWCOMERS 
FOR BROUN, IDEAS TALKED 

BROWN, LARRY (BASKETBALL COACH) 

BROWN CARRIES ON TAR HEEL TRADITION UITH SAN ANTONIO 

BROUN, LILLIE G. (TEACHER) _ _ _ 
N.J. NAMES DURHAM NATIVE AS TOP TEACHER 

BROUN, MACK , 

NEW RECRUITS EXCITE UNC'S MACK BROWN 

SPRING FOOTBALL OPENS FOR ACC 

HEELS SHOU PROGRESS IN SPRING DRILLS 

COACHES OFFER BEST/WORST OF ACC FOOTBALL 

VALVANO'S CONTRACT CONTAINS REPAYMENT CLAUSE 

NO OPENING-DAY JITTERS _ 

AFTER 1-10, YOUNG HEELS FACE UPHILL JOURNEY 

PATIENCE NOT A TAR HEEL VIRTUE 

INEXPERIENCED TAR HEELS LOOKING FOR A TAILBACK 

WHEN THE COACHES PLAYED... 

BROWN'S REACTION TO HEELS' SCRIMMAGE MIXED 

BROWN, HEELS LOOKING FOR WINS 

BROWN: TAR HEELS LOOKING FOR FRESH<NAN) START IN '89 SEASON 

TAR HEELS NOT LAUGHING AT 1ST FOE 

BROWN ACCENTUATES POSITIVE FOR YOUNG HEELS 

DON'T GET DOWN ON MACK BROUN 

BROWN BUSY TRYING TO FIGURE TAR HEELS QUARTERBACK SITUATION 

FOR UNC FANS, PATIENCE NOT ITS OUN REWARD 

BROWN: TAR HEELS MUST RUN BEFORE THEY CAN PASS 

MACK BROWN*. THE FUTURE IS NOT NOW FOR UNC 

BROWN! TAR HEELS' ATTITUDE GOOD CONSIDERING 1-4 START 

BROWN STILL 'POSITIVE' 

SUITZER BROKE NCAA RULES PAYING BROWN 

NEW LEAK SINKS BROWN'S TAR HEELS _ rsmi 

TAR HEELS' BROUN GETS TIPS ON DEALING UITH STREAK FROM ONE WHO'S BEEN. 

BROWN FOCUSES ON FUTURE WINS 

HARDIN 'ROASTS' COACH 

UNC'S BROWN THROWS OPEN MOST STARTING JOBS ON OFFENSE 

COACHING COURTSHIPS 

DESPITE RECORD, BROWN NOT A LOSER 

BROWN'S TAR HEELS PLAY QB ROULETTE 

UNC'S BROWN REMAINS MUM ON COSTLY CALLS 

GAMECOCKS SET TO ADD TO CAROLINA'S MISERY? 

UNC SENIORS "ROLE MODELS" 

ONE THING'S CLEAR: BROWN LOVES HIS WORK 

HEELS KNOW WHAT'S COMING: DUKE OFFENSE 

BROWN, MANUEL ANTONIO (DRUG CHARGES) 
CRACK BUST FIRST FOR TOWN 

BROWN, MARTHA U. (TEACHER) 

MARTHA BROWN NAMED OUTSTANDING TEACHER 



H 2 12/03/1989 B 1 N M51 



CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 3 M N C62 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 3 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



8/03/1989 
8/16/1989 
9/27/1989 
10/12/1989 
10/15/1989 
11/05/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/09/1989 
11/26/1989 



H 2 11/08/1989 D 
S 2 5/16/1989 C 



S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
. H 
S 



CHH 1 



2/09/1989 B 
2/19/1989 C 
4/10/1989 D 
8/01/1989 D 
8/05/1989 B 
8/19/1989 D 
8/21/1989 B 
8/23/1989 D 
8/24/1989 D 
8/24/1989 D 
8/27/1989 B 
8/28/1989 B 
9/06/1989 D 
9/06/1989 D 
9/17/1989 C 
9/20/1989 D 
9/27/1989 D 
9/28/1989 D 
10/04/1989 C 
10/04/1989 B 
10/11/1989 D 
10/11/1989 D 
10/12/1989 B 
10/16/1989 D 
10/18/1989 
10/18/1989 
10/20/1989 
10/25/1989 
10/26/1989 
10/26/1989 B 
10/30/1989 D 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/10/1989 
11/15/1989 
11/15/1989 



1 P N M70 
1 P N M70 
3 P N M70 

3 N M70 
1 P N H90 
8 P N 

N M70 
1 P N M70 

4 L 



1 



1 P N 
1 P N 



1 P N F25 

10 P N C49 

5 P U F25 

1 P U D18 

2 P N 

P K30 

N M88 

F F25 

F 

F C49 



1 
2 
2 
3 

20 
4 
2 

1 

1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
4 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 



N C52 
N 

N C52 
N F25 
N C52 
U D18 
N M88 
U M88 
N M88 
U F25 
N C49 
N F25 
N C49 
U F25 
N L22 
U D18 
N 

N L22 
E 

U F25 
U F25 
N L22 
N P52 
U L22 
U M88 
N L22 



CHH 1 7/18/1989 A 1 N M70 
CHH 1 4/18/1989 A 3 N 



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3 TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES FROM UNC 

BROUN, NAPPY 

BULL DURHAM BLUES STEPPING OUT WITH SEPTEMBER FESTIVAL 

DURHAM GETS THE BLUES - AGAIN 

FESTIVAL PULLS TOGETHER A BLUES NATION AT DAP 

BROWN, NATHANIEL WHITE (ROBBERY/BUI CHARGES) 
CEDAR GROVE MAN GETS 20-YEAR JAIL SENTENCE 

BROWN, OLIVER W, (BROMA CORP.) 

SOUL CITY PROJECT MAY ADD 1,300 JOBS 

BROWN. PAUL (DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH BOARD) 
EX-WORKER RIPS MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM 

BROWN, ROBERT (ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY) 

DURHAM COUNTY BAR TO NARROU LIST OF JUDGESHIP CANDIDATES 
LAWYER HARRIET HOPKINS LEADS VOTING FOR VACANT JUDGESHIP 
'BAD BLOOD' CASE SETS OFF SPARKS BETWEEN LAWYER, PROSECUTOR 
PROSECUTOR RAISES STICKY PROBATION ISSUE 

BROWN, SAMUEL (TRIANGLE MILITARY RETIREES) 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/SAMUEL BROUN 

BROWN, TERRY 

DURHAM COUPLE FIGHTING NEIGHBORHOOD'S DRUGS 

BROUN, THELBERT JACKSON "JACKIE" (DECEASED) 
PREACHER DIES IN MOTORCYCLE WRECK 

BROWN, VICTOR MAURICE (AUTO BREAK-IN CHARGES) 
THREE TEENS- CHARGED AFTER AUTO BREAK-INS 
POLICE LOG/ MAN CHARGED AFTER BREAK-IN AT 3 BUSINESSES 

BROWN, WALTER M. DR. 

ACTING DEAN NAMED FOR NCOJ EDUCATION SCHOOL 
ACTING DEAN NAMED FOR EDUCATION SCHOOL 

BROWN, WALTER MONROE JR. (DECEASED) 

UALTER M. BROWN JR. , BUSINESS LEADER 

BROWN, WAYNE (FOOTBALL) 

WASHINGTON, BROWN HELP KNIGHTS REACH NEW LEVEL 

BROUN, WAYNE HENRY (MURDER VICTIM) 

3 YOUTHS INDICTED IN DEATH OF STUDENT 
18-YEAR-OLH GETS LIFE PRISON SENTENCE FOR MURDER 
MAN GIVEN 3-YEAR TERM IN MURDER CASE 

BROWNE, MARK (LAWYER) 

NEW COURT PROGRAM PICKING UP; DEFENDANTS HAVE ALTERNATIVE TO JAIL 

BROWNE. RAY STERLING II (DECEASED) 

DEATH OF LOCAL LAWYER INVESTIGATED 

BROWNING, CHUCK (FOOTBALL) 

BROWNING CCMBO CLICKS FOR KNIGHTS 

BROWNINGS, SASSERS SQUARE OFF FRIDAY IN FATHER-SON TILT 

BROWNING, DORETTA 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/DORETTA BROWNING 

BROWNING, ELEANOR M. (PROFESSOR OF NURSING) 

SIMULATING OLD AGE HELP'S .NURSING STUDENTS IN CARE FOR ELDERLY 
SIX RECEIVE UNC TEACHING AWARDS 

BROWNING, KEN 

BROWNING'S 'ENDLESS KNIGHTS' CONTINUE TO SHINE 
WASHINGTON, BROWN HELP KNIGHTS REACH NEW LEVEL 



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CHH 1 4/18/1989 A 5 P N 



H 2 8/24/1989 A 
S 2 9/14/1989 D 
H 2 9/15/1989 D 



CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 
S 2 2/14/1989 A 
S 2 4/08/1989 A 



S 2 1/07/1989 A 

H 2 1/21/1989 B 

H 2 4/07/1989 C 

H 2 10/15/1989 B 



S 2 3/25/1989 D 
H 2 8/25/1989 A 
H 2 5/31/1989 D 



H 2 2/28/1989 C 
H 2 11/09/1989 C 



S 2 7/07/1989 C 
H 2 7/09/1989 B 



H 2 3/30/1989 C 
H 2 9/21/1989 D 



S 2 1/10/1989 C 
H 2 2/24/1989 C 
H 2 3/28/1989 C 



H 2 2/13/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/02/1989 A 



S 2 10/25/1989 D 
H 2 11/16/1989 B 



H 1 1/04/1989 C 
CHH 1 5/02/1989 A 



H 2 8/09/1989 D 
H 2 9/21/1989 D 



6 P F W66 
4 P F B71 
8 P F Zll 



2 N H90 
1 M N M06 

1 N H65 



1 N B53 
1 P N S82 
1 N S82 
1 N S82 



3 P B 

1 M N S22 
10 N 



2 N 
1 N M51 



1 N 

4 N 



4 
3 P N B4C 



1 N B53 
1 N S82 

1 N 



1 P N S82 
3 N 



2 P N P52 

3 P N B40 



S 2 5/06/1989 D 3 P B 



4 N 

2 P N 



1 P U M88 
3 P N B40 



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BROWNING COMBO CLICKS FOR KNIGHTS 

KENNY BROWNING LIKES DEVILS, WOLFPACK IN KEY GAMES 

KNIGHTS HOST BROUGHTON IN 1ST ROUND 

PLAYOFF MATCHUP LIKE 'FAMILY FEUD' 

FOR NORTHERN, BRIDESMAID ROLE ALL TOO FAMILIAR 

KNIGHTS LOSE WITH DIGNITY 

KNIGHTS DOMINATE ALL-AREA FOOTBALL rwrikAi 

YOUNG KNIGHTS COME OF AGE/1988 NORTHERN HIGH FOOTBALL 

BROYHILL, JAMES T, __ 

BROYHILL NAMED N.C. COMMERCE SECRETARY _ 
BROYHILL TO SPEAK AT DURHAM CHAMBER BUSINESS BRIEFING 

SMILE, NORTH CAROLINA 

BROYHILL: EDUCATION, ROADS ECONOMIC KEYS 

BRUMACHON, CLAUDE _ 

BRUMACHON PRESENTS POWERFUL DANCE 

BW * ffi BErW°TWIGGY; AUTHOR DEBUNKS MYTHS ABOUT ANOREXIA 

BRUNEAU, DAN 
NEW WAYS 

BRUST CHRIS (BASKETBALL) 

CAPTAINS GUIDE HEELS INTO PORT/1982 CAROLINA BASKETBALL 

BRYAN, ANNE-MARIE 

PUNISHING THE READERS 

BRYAN, HUGH (FIRE VICTIM) __ 

BLAZE TRAPS, KILLS LATHROP STREET MAN 
BATTLING TO SAVE A LIFE _ 

DURHAM MAN FOUND DEAD IN CHAIR AFTER HOUSE FIRE 
autopsy: MAN DIED FROM SMOKE INHALATION 

WYlW FORUH DEMTESCTHICS IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT (CORRECTED 9-26-89) 
TOWN LOAN FALLOUT WORRIES ALDERMEN 

BRYAN, JENNINGS M. JR. (DECEASED) 

JENNINGS BRYAN JR. OF BURLINGTON 

BRYAN, JOSEPH H. 

JOSEPH BRYAN WILL BE ON 'N.C. PEOPLE' 

BRYANT, CHRISTOPHER 

TEEN PLEADS GUILTY TO SEX ACTS 

BRYANT, RALPH CRAIG (ASSAULT CHARGES) r _ 

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR BATTERS SLEEPING WOMAN WITH BRICK 
POLICE CHARGE MAN AS PEEPING TOM 

BRYANT, STEVE (RALEIGH) „.,„«, 

FUTURE OF TRIANGLE BASEBALL HINGES ON COMMITTEE'S DECISION 

TRIANGLE BASEBALL FEUD GETS TIMEOUT FOR DECISION 

RALEIGH STRIKES OUT IN ITS EFFORT TO GET BALLCLUB 

RULING GIVES BIG BOOST TO TRIANGLE BASEBALL 

RALEIGH BASEBALL PROMOTER SAYS DURHAM AD FOULS OUT 

BULLS FANS KEEP GUARD UP 

WAKE GETS BASEBALL TEAM 

TEAM MOVE NO SURPRISE FOR WOLFF 

TEAM MOVE NO SURPRISE FOR WOLFF 

POWELL: DURHAM BALLPARK PLANS 'ON' 

ZEBULON'S BASEBALL DREAM A DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH 

BULLS CAN TRUMP MUDCATS 

ZEBULON TEAM PRESSES NEED FOR NEW STADIUM 

BRYANT IS ONE 'CAT COLUMBUS CAN LIVE WITHOUT 

BRYANT! HEY CUZ, 'HOPE WE CAN MAKE UP' 

BRYANT, SUE (PARAKEET OWNER) 



D — DATE- 



S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P 



BYL 



10/25/1989 D 
11/03/1989 B 
11/09/1989 B 
11/16/1989 B 
11/27/1989 B 
11/29/1989 A 
12/17/1989 C 
12/30/1989 D 



N P52 
N 

N B40 
N P52 
U B40 
E 

N B40 
G B40 



H 2 1/25/1989 B 5 N 

H 2 4/02/1989 B 4 P N 

H 2 4/05/1989 C 3 P P L38 

S 2 4/06/1989 A 1 P N M06 



S 2 7/18/1989 B 5 P R L34 

CHH 1 9/28/1989 A 3 P N M25 

S 2 4/19/1989 E 3 P P T37 

H 2 12/24/1989 C 1 P G C49 

H 2 1/05/1989 A 4 L 

S 2 6/02/1989 A 1 P N B53 

H 2 6/03/1989 A 1 P P S76 

H 2 6/03/1989 C 1 N C47 

S 2 6/07/1989 B 1 N B53 



CHH 1 9/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/07/1989 A 



3 P N 
1 P N C62 



H 2 5/22/1989 C 2 



S 2 8/03/1989 D 10 N 



CHH 1 12/13/1989 A 3 N 



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



2 8/21/1989 A 
2 8/21/1989 A 



13 N M51 
9 N 



1/11/1989 

1/12/1989 

2/02/1989 

2/03/1989 

5/31/1989 

6/03/1989 

9/13/1989 

9/13/1989 

9/13/1989 

9/13/1989 

9/14/1989 

9/14/1989 

9/14/1989 

9/15/1989 B 

9/16/1989 D 



N C52 
N C52 
N C52 
E 

N C47 
E 

1 M N L40 
1 N C52 
1 N S69 
1 N E33 
1 D N S69 
4 E 
4 E 
1 P J 
1 N 



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JOEY THE PARAKEET DOES INDEED TALK, AFTER INITIAL RETICENCE 

BRYANT, VICTOR JR. 

OLD/NEW DURHAM; HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY WILL HONOR PROJECTS... 

BRYANT, UILLA C. DR. 

POUE CONCERNS UNDUE 

2 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS BACK COMMENTS BY BASS 

BOARD CONTRADICTS ITSELF ON DIVERSITY 

BUCHANAN, CHARLES ANTONIO (MURDER SUSPECT) 
COUNTY MAY HAVE 4TH DEATH RON CASE 
GRAVES DUG BEFORE KILLINGS — WITNESS 
FRANKLIN PLEADS GUILTY TO SLAYINGS 
BUCHANAN GOES FREE 
THE PRICE OF HUMAN JUSTICE 

A CONVICTED KILLER GIVES HIS ACCOUNG/SUNDAY FOCUS: CRAIG FRANKLIN 
OFFICIALS SKEPTICAL OF FRANKLIN'S STORY/SUNDAY FOCUS! CRAIG FRANKLIN 
FRANKLIN: 'I NEEDED A LESSON AND I GOT IT' 

BUCHANAN, DAVID LYNN (DUI/LITTERING/BREAKING 4 ENTERING) 
POLICE LOG/MAN POURS OUT BEER, FACES LITTERING CHARGE 
POLICE LOG/POLICE NAB SUSPECT IN AREA BREAK-INS 
POLICE LOG/MAN FACES FURTHER BREAK-IN CHARGES 

BUCHANAN, ROLAND L. JR. DR. 

NCCU OFFICIAL RAPS STUDENT >£ALTH SERVICES 

BUCK, GARY (BUILDER) 

DEVELOPERS SEEK RETAIL, OFFICE PERMIT 

CORRECTION 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN TO RECONSIDER BUCK-VAUGHN BUILDING APPLICATION 

BUCK AND VAUGHN SILENT ABOUT MEETING 

PARKING DISPUTE WON'T DETER BUILDING PLANS, DEVELOPERS SAY 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN TO HEAR FROM TWO DEVELOPERS AGAIN 

BOARD SETTLES PARKING ISSUE 

BUCK, RICHARD P. DR. 

BUCK RECEIVES HUMBOLDT RESEARCH HONOR 

BUCKLEY, CLAY (BASKETBALL) 

WITH EXAMS BEHIND, DUKE HITS COURT AGAIN 

BUCKNALL, STEVE 

BUCKNALL'S 21 GUIDE NORTH CAROLINA TO 87-67 ROUT OF BEPAUL 

TAR HEELS FIND NEW SCORING THREAT 

SENIOR DAYS/BUCKNALL FOCUSES ON BECOMING BETTER 

LEBO, BUCKNALL SEARCHING FOR MEMORIES 

BUCKNALLJ HEELS STILL CONFIDENT 

BUCKNER, STEPHEN BOYD (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/THREE CHARGED IN DWI CASES 

BUCKWALTER, JOSEPH (HABITAT FOR HUMANITY) 
WATERSHED REVISION PONDERED 

BUEHLER, AL 

JOf€S, COX, BUEHLER, YOW TO JOIN HALL 
FIVE JOURNEY INTO N.C. HALL OF FAME 
BUEHLER'S DAY 
FOUR FROM TRIANGLE DESERVE SPORTS HONOR 

BUFORD. HENRY 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/HENRY BUFORD 

BUIE, SAMPSON JR. REV. 

KIDNAP SUSPECT RETURNED TO CHATHAM 

BULKLEY, JOEL 

A PUBLISHING GAMBLE THAT PAID OFF 



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

H 2 5/14/1989 B 1 U N36 



H 2 5/02/1989 B 1 P F S56 



H 2 1/18/1989 A 
S 2 10/25/1989 A 
S 2 10/27/1989 A 



4 L 
1 N E33 
4 E 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/28/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/08/1989 
9/03/1989 
9/03/1989 
9/03/1989 



N H90 
N M70 
N M70 
N H90 
E 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 



CHH 1 2/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/09/1989 A 



3 N 
5 N 
5 N 



H 2 2/15/1989 C 1 N N36 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/31/1989 
2/26/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/08/1989 
6/27/1989 
6/28/1989 



N C62 
N 

N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 



CHH 1 7/04/1989 A 
H 2 12/21/1989 B 



H 2 1/06/1989 B 

S 2 2/27/1989 D 

H 2 3/04/1989 D 

H 2 3/11/1989 D 

H 2 3/15/1989 D 



CHH 1 6/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/29/1989 A 



S 2 5/02/1989 D 

H 2 5/05/1989 B 

S 2 5/05/1989 D 

S 2 5/06/1939 A 



S 2 7/15/1989 D 
CHH 1 9/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 



7 N 

1 P N 



1 N M14 
4 P N F25 
1 P G C52 
3 U M14 
1 P N C52 



11 N 
3 P N M20 



1 N 
1 P N C52 
1 P U D18 
4 E 



3 P B 
1 N M25 
5 P N B64 



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BULLARD, CHRISTINE 

TAXPAYERS' MONEY AT RISK 

BULLARD, DANIEL _ 
TAXPAYERS' MONEY AT RISK 

BULLOCK, ANTHONY WAYNE (DECEASED) „.„_ 

STATE LAWYER! NCCU SLAYING HAPPENED DESPITE SECURITY 
COMPENSATION FOR SLAIN NCCU STUDENT DELAYED 
RULING IN SUIT AGAINST NCCU TO BE RELEASED TOMORROW 
DECISION DUE IN MOM'S SUIT OVER NCCU SLAYING 
STATE JUDGE! NCCU NEGLIGENT IN 1986 DEATH 

MOTHER OF SLAIN NCCU STUDENT AWARDED *100,000 

UNC SYSTEM MAY APPEAL RULING AGAINST NCCU (CORRECTION PRINTED 4-21-89) 
A BUM RAP FOR N.C. CENTRAL 

NCCU, UNC SYSTEM APPEAL AWARD IN SLAYING SUIT 

MOTHER FILES SECOND SUIT AGAINST NCCU OVER SON'S MURDER IN UNGUARDED... 

TRIAL TO BEGIN MONDAY IN NCCU STUDENT'S DEATH 

MOTHER FILES 2ND SUIT IN SON'S DEATH 

JUDGE DENIES TRIAL MOTIONS 

JURY SELECTION BEGINS IN NCCU MURDER TRIAL 

OFFICERS' TESTIMONY OPENS TRIAL FOR '86 NCCU SLAYING 

witnesses: teet talked OF SLAYING 

TEET GETS LIFE SENTENCE IN SLAYING OF NCCU STUDENT BULLOCK 
NCCU REBUTS CONTRACT LAWSUIT, SAYS NO PACT WITH DEAD STUDENT 
RULING DELAYED IN LAWSUIT AGAINST NCCU _„ rTU 
JUDGE DISMISSES SUIT AGAINST NCCU OVER SECURITY 

BULLOCK, CLIFTON REV. 

BLINDNESS DOESN'T HANDICAP MINISTER 



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S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



BULLOCK, LARRY DOUGLAS (DECEASED) m 
N.C. WANTS TO FREE DURHAM OFFICER'S KILLER 
KILLER'S SHORT PRISON STAY SPARKS ANGER 
LT. GOV. SAYS HE'S DISGUSTED WITH PLAN TO FREE MCCOMBS 
GOV. MARTIN CALLS MCCOMBS' PAROLE DECISION 'A MISTAKE' 
OFFICER'S KIN RAPS PAROLE COMMISSION 
OFFICER'S KIN RAPS PAROLE COMMISSION 
MARTIN, GARDNER RAP KILLER'S PAROLE _ 
MCCOMBS PLANS TO STAY IN CHARLOTTE, ATTORNEY SAYS 
PAROLE COMMISSION ERRS _ 

RELEASING KILLER SENDS WRONG MESSAGE 
CONVICTED MURDERER MAY LEAVE JAIL SATURDAY 
GULUEY, ROYAL OPPOSE RELEASE 
MCCOMBS CALLED VALUED WORKER 

G^D^ I fo^RAu[Y E ^NORTHERN HIGH HE'LL TRY TO HALT MCCOMBS' RELEASE 

GARDNER TO OFFER EVIDENCE TO BLOCK PAROLE 

JUDGE! PAROLE BOARD DIDN'T WEIGH EVIDENCE 

MCCOMBS PUT ON PAROLE DESPITE GARDNER'S PLEA 

MCCOMBS PUT ON PAROLE DESPITE GARDNER'S PLEA 

SLAIN OFFICER'S BROTHER SEEKS PAROLE EXPLANATION 

MCCOMBS CASE GENERATING HEAVY-DUTY POLITICAL REACTIONS 

KEEPING JUSTICE A SECRET 

KILLER'S PAROLE SHOULD SPUR CHANGES IN LAWS 

PAROLE BOARD FREES ACCUSED DEPUTY KILLER 

VICTIM'S WIDOW CRITICIZES PAROLE 

VICTIM'S DAUGHTER OPPOSES PAROLE IN MURDER CASE 

SLAIN OFFICER'S RELATIVES INVITED TO ATTEND VIGIL 

A VIGIL FOR THE VICTIMS 

BULLOCK, LINWOOD 

PARENT URGES BOARD TO VISIT DURHAM HIGH 

PARENT ASKS BOARD TO VISIT DHS 'PROBLEMS' 

SLAIN OFFICER'S BROTHER SEEKS PAROLE EXPLANATION 



4/03/1989 
4/06/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/21/19S9 
4/21/1989 
4/29/1989 
5/04/1989 
6/03/1989 
6/03/1989 
6/03/1989 
6/05/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/08/1989 
7/27/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/14/1989 



N 

N S82 
N 
N S32 

N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
E 

N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N B53 
N 

N 582 
N M06 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 



S 2 7/11/1989 B 1 P F G59 
H 2 3/02/1989 B " 10 



CHH 1 
S 2 



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

s 

H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



11/27/1989 A 
11/28/1989 A 
11/28/1989 A 
11/29/1989 A 
11/29/1989 A 
11/29/1989 A 
11/29/1989 A 
11/30/1989 A 
11/30/1989 A 
11/30/1989 A 
11/30/1989 A 
11/30/1989 A 
11/30/1989 A 
11/30/1989 A 
12/01/1989 A 
12/01/1989 A 
12/01/1989 A 
12/02/1989 A 
12/02/1989 A 
12/02/1989 A 
12/03/1989 D 
12/03/1989 D 
12/04/1989 A 
12/07/1989 A 
12/07/1989 A 
12/09/1989 A 
12/12/1989 A 
12/18/1989 A 



N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N L40 
N S82 
N S22 
N B53 
N 
E 
E 

P N B53 
N E33 
N 
N B53 

P N S22 

P N B53 
N B53 
N S22 
N L40 
N C61 
U L40 
E 
E 

N B53 
N B53 
N 

P N B53 
E 



H 2 10/24/1989 B 
S 2 10/24/1989 B 
S 2 12/02/1989 A 



N C47 
N E33 
N C61 



BULLOCK, MAZELLE 



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NONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1989 - 12/51/1989 



BY NAMES 



STATE LAWYER: NCCU SLAYING HAPPENED DESPITE SECURITY 

RULING IN SUIT AGAINST NCOJ TO BE RELEASED TOMORROW 

STATE JUDGE.' NCOJ NEGLIGENT IN 1986 DEATH 

MOTHER OF SLAIN NCOJ STUDENT AWARDED $100,000 

UNC SYSTEM MAY APPEAL RULING AGAINST NCOJ (CORRECTION PRINTED 4-21-89) 

MOTHER FILES SECOND SUIT AGAINST NCCU OVER SON'S MURDER IN UNGUARDED... 

MOTHER FILES 2ND SUIT IN SON'S DEATH 

NCCU REBUTS CONTRACT LAWSUIT, SAYS NO PACT WITH DEAD STUDENT 

BULMAN, M/KILYN 

GEORGE PYNE LIKES TO STOP AND SMELL THE WILD FLOWERS 

BUMGARIWER LARRY T 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/LARRY BUMGARDNER 



BUMPASS, TERRON (RAPE CHARGES) 

THREE MEN CHARGED WITH RAPING GIRL 

BUNDY, TED 

THERE WAS NO ROOM FOR MERCY 

BURCH, BILL 

RURAL GROUP BLASTS BOARD 

BURCH, CHARLES DWIGHT (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN BREAKS WRIST SAVING HER PURSE 

BURCH, JOHN HENRY (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 
BREAK-INS DRAW 10-YEAR TERM 
MAN SENTENCED FOR ROLE IN THEFTS AT LAWYER'S HOME 

BURDEN, ANTHONY 

PRISON SENTENCE CUT TO 28 YEARS 

BURGER, PAULA 

DUKE STUDIES RENOVATION OF BUILDING FOR DAY CARE 

BURGESS, JACKOUELINE B. (PROSTITUTION CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CLERK TRICKED OUT OF MONEY BY TWO 'POKER PLAYERS' 

&URGWYN, SUMNER 

FILM ABOUT BLUES ARTIST GETS ITS N.C. PREMIERE 

BURKE, GEORGE (ACQUITTED OF MURDER) 
GRAVETTE CASE PROMPTS FOX TO ACT 

BURKE, JAMES (PRODUCER) 

DUKE SERIES ON WESTERN THOUGHT TO INCLUDE PRESENTATION BY PRODUCER 
WRITER-PRODUCER BURKE OF PBS TV TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

BURKE, JAMES E. (JOHNSON i JOHNSON) 
EXECUTIVE TO SPEAK 
JOHNSON (. JOHNSON CEO TALKS ETHICS TO STUDENTS 

BURKE, PAUL (HORACE WILLIAMS AIRPORT) 

TOWN AIRPORT MAY GET TO KEEP ITS WINGS 

BURKE, STEVEN (N.C. BIOTECH. CENTER) 

$4.4 MILLION HEADQUARTERS PLANNED BY BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER 

BURKLIN, CLINT E. 

BURKLIN APPOINTED TO PLANNING BOARD 

BURLINGAME, DENNIS 

BURLINGAME COULD GET START IN BULLS OPENER 

TALENT-LADEN BULLS GEAR UP FOR OPENER 

OPENING DAY 19891 BURLINGAME GETS THE NOD FOR BULLS 

PERFECT GAME, SWEEP GIVE BULLS TOUGH ACT TO FOLLOW 

DURHAM BULLS, 1989 

A PERFECT OPENING 



S 

N E E 

P D — DATE — C 

S 2 4/03/1989 C 

S 2 4/19/1989 A 

S 2 4/20/1989 A 

H 2 4/21/1989 C 

S 2 4/21/1989 C 

H 2 6/03/1989 C 

S 2 6/03/1989 A 

S 2 7/27/1989 C 



S 2 4/27/1989 D 
S 2 6/10/1989 D 
H 2 3/14/1989 A 
H 2 1/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/19/1989 A 
H 2 8/15/1989 B 



H 2 6/20/1989 B 
S 2 8/15/1989 C 



H 2 8/04/1989 A 

S 2 6/30/1989 A 

H 2 7/07/1989 C 

H 2 2/07/1989 B 

CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 



H 2 1/19/1989 C 
H 2 3/29/1989 D 



H 2 2/01/1989 C 
CHH 1 2/04/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/20/1989 A 
H 2 11/17/1989 C 
CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 



H 2 3/30/1989 D 

S 2 4/06/1989 B 

H 2 4/07/1989 B 

H 2 4/10/1989 B 

H 2 4/10/1989 B 

S 2 4/10/1989 A 



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N 
N 

N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N B53 



2 F 

3 P B 

12 N 

4 E 

1 N M20 
9 N M51 



7 N 
1 N B53 



14 N S32 
1 N S92 
6 N 
1 P N W66 
3 N R63 



5 N 
11 P N 



2 N 
8 N 



1 P N 317 

1 N K65 
3 N 



3 N P75 
1 P N P52 

1 P N C52 

2 P N C52 

4 P F 

1 P P K30 



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ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



BURLINGAME 'PERFECT' IN OPENER 
PERFECT WAY TO BEGIN 
BURLINGAME, BULLS DAMPEN SPIRITS 
3RD TIME IS CHARMER FOR OPENING DAY 
BURLINGAME BECOMES 'PERFECTGAME' 
TENDINITIS SIDELINES THREE BULLS PITCHERS 
BURLINGAME'S SIDELINE WORK PAVING UAY FOR HIS RETURN 
RAIN DISRUPTS BURLINGAME'S RETURN TO BULLS' LINEUP 

BURLINGAME TESTS TENDER ELBOW 

BURLINGAME, RIVERA HAVE STRONG STARTS 

BURNETT, MARVIN BRANTLEY JR. (DECEASED) 

EX-PEPSI-COLA EXECUTIVE MARVIN BURNETT JR., 77 

BURNETT, TODD (FOOTBALL) _ 

AT UNC, A QUARTERBACK BY ANY OTHER NAME... 

BURNETTE, ALBERT LEE (DRUG ARREST) _ mm< 

POLICE LOG/DRUG CHARGES FILED AGAINST TWO RESIDENTS 

BURNETTE, CHUCKIE (FOOTBALL) 

BURNETTE, FELTON COMMIT TO UNC mm ^- mrr 

BURNETTE TAR HEEL QB OF FUTURE, STRUGGLES TO ENDURE PRESENT 
BURN£TT(E) FINDS GOING TOUGH AGAINST MARYLAND 
AT UNC, A QUARTERBACK BY ANY OTHER NAME... 

BURNETTE, DERRICK CHARLES (BREAKING & ENTERING) 
POLICE LOG/5 ARRESTED IN AUTO BREAK-INS 
5 TEENS CHARGED UITH AUTO BREAK-INS 

BURNETTE, OTIS (DRUG CHARGES) 
3 CHARGED WITH DRUG CRIMES 

BURNETTE, PATRICIA ANN (AUTO THEFT) 
WOMAN CHARGED WITH CAR THEFT 

BURNETTE, RODNEY LAMONT _ ^ 
3 ARRESTED IN BRAGTOWN STAND-OFF 
FOUR PERSONS CHARGED AFTER STANDOFF 

BURNETTE, TYRONE W, (BREAKING AND ENTERING CHARGES) 
BURGLAR DRAWS 10-YEAR TERM __ n ^ 
ESCAPEE PENS LETTER; 14-YEAR-OLD CASE ENDS 

BURNS, JIM DR. (FLORDIA) _ _ _ m 
COBLE AWAITS WORD ON WINSTON-SALEM JOB 
BURNS ENDS QUEST FOR CITY SCHOOL POST 
SUPERINTENDENT CANDIDATE WITHDRAWS 

BURNS, KEVIN DAVIS (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CHATHAM MAKES DRUG ARRESTS 

BURNS, LEVERNE(DRUG CHARGE.ALIAS OF DERRICK LEVERN SMITH) 

POLICE NAB BURNS. CONFISCATE DRUGS 

POLICE LOG/CRIMESTOPPER TIP, KNOCK ON DOOR NETS ARREST 

BURNS, WILLIAM (GENERAL) Ti _ n 

GENERAL: U.S. TAKING IT SLOW WITH SOVIETS 

BURNS, WILLIAM L. "BILL" ,_ 

NEW ERA OF BANKING RAPIDLY TAKES HOLD IN DURHAM 
GOOD PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE GOOD BUSINESS 

BURRA6E, MICHAEL TODD (ROBBERY SUSPECT) _ „„ m ,™- 

•COMMON DENOMINATOR' IN SERIES OF BREAK-INS GETS 20-YEAR SENTENCE 
MAN FOUND IN COLO. GETS 20 YEARS IN JAIL 

| a ^ I TWENn J YEARS LATER; ORANGE CO. RESIDENTS TO JOIN GAY RIGHTS MARCH 



-DATE- 



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4/10/1989 D 
4/11/198? A 
4/26/1989 D 
5/02/1989 D 
5/06/1989 B 
5/10/1989 D 
6/04/1989 C 
6/16/1989 B 
6/16/1989 D 
7/18/1989 B 



P U P52 

E 
P N C52 
P N A76 
P N P52 
P N P52 

N C52 
P N C52 
P N P52 
P N P75 



H 2 5/15/1989 B 6 P 
H 2 11/02/1989 C 1 P N L22 
CHH 1 3/04/1989 A 2 N 



H 2 1/24/1989 B 2 P N M64 

H 2 10/01/1989 C 8 P N 840 

H 2 10/29/1989 C 6 P N L22 

H 2 11/02/1989 C 1 P N L22 



H 2 10/31/1989 C 
S 2 10/31/1989 C 



N M51 
N B53 



H 2 8/01/1989 B 6 N 



H 2 6/21/1989 C 3 N 



S 2 1/13/1989 C 1 N B53 
H 2 1/14/1989 C 12 N 



H 2 2/07/1989 C 3 N 
CHH 1 6/10/1989 A 3 N H90 



S 2 1/04/1989 A 1 P N S92 
S 2 1/05/1989 A 1 N 
H 2 1/06/1989 C 1 N J40 



CHH 1 9/05/1989 A 3 N 



S 2 11/01/1989 A 1 N B53 
H 2 11/02/1989 B 1 N M51 



CHH 1 3/05/1989 A 9 P N 



S 2 4/19/1989 F 7 P F M06 
H 2 10/03/1989 A 4 J 



H 2 4/18/1989 B 14 N S82 
S 2 4/18/1989 C 1 N B53 



CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 3 P N S17 



BURROUGHS, MICHAEL CHARLES (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 






-LX640- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH BUI AFTER WRECK 

BURT, THOMAS (MUSICIAN) 

DURHAM BLUESMAN WINS AWARD 

8 ARTISTS RECEIVE FOLK HERITAGE AWARDS 

BURTMAN, BOB 

NIGHT SCENEN ON NINTH STREET 

BURTON, DONNIE JEROME (EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT 

BURTON, GARY (PRISON ESCAPEE) 

POLICE LOG/REPORTS DISAGREE ON ROBBER'S CLOTHING 

BURTON, SHERRY (DURHAM NEWCOMERS CLUB) 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/SHERRY BURTON 

BURWELL, JAMES EARL (MURDER VICTIM) 
VANCE MAN HELD IN STABBING DEATH 

BUSH, BARBARA 

N.C. ADULT LITERACY PROGRAM HELD AS MODEL BY FIRST LADY 

GOING TO THE DOGS 

MRS. BUSH TELLS GRADS TO HELP UNEDUCATED 

UNOFFICIAL POLL: THE FIRST LADY'S A WRITERS' FIRST 

BUSH, GEORGE 

A FISHERMAN'S LUCK... (CA RTOON) 

BUSH SENDS BIRTHDAY LETTER TO TWINS WHO WILL BE 105 

BIPARTISANSHIP CAN BENEFIT ALL AMERICANS 

TEXTILE LEADERS MEET WITH BUSH 

A POEM FOR THE NEW PRESIDENT 

BUSH HAS TIES TO THE CAROLINAS 

BUSH INAUGURATION OFFERS BIT OF OPTIMISM 

STRESS ON ETHICS WELCOME 

RESULTS, NOT TALK, NEEDED 

BUSH'S SSL PROPOSAL UNFAIR TO DEPOSITORS 

PRESIDENT STILL NOT TALKING 

REAGAN'S HYPOCRISY GOOD LESSON FOR BUSH 

PRESIDENTIAL HOORAH 

BUSH FIRES BLANK ON GUNS 

BUSH HAD DIRECT KNOWLEDGE OF ASSISTANCE TO REBELS, LAWYER... STATES 

MR. BUSH'S CALL MISGUIDED 

BUSH USES FLAG ISSUE AS EMOTIONAL APPEAL 

BUSH, NRA MAY FACE AMUSING CONFRONTATION 

SURVEY SHOWS BUSH IN CRITICAL POSITION 

BUSH, GEORGE, ADVISORS 

INSIGHT/BENNETT DECIDES HE WON'T SERVE AS SMOKING GUN 

BUSH, GEORGE, APPOINTMENTS 

RESPONSE TO SETBACK IS CRITICAL FOR BUSH 

BUSH IS CAUSING THIS FIGHT; WILLIAM LUCAS POOR CHOICE FOR NATION'S... 

LUCAS' NOMINATION IGNORES ETHICS THEME 

BUSH, GEORGE, BUDGET 

SO FAR, SO GOOD, MR. PRSIDENT 

BUSH, GEORGE, CABINET 

BUSH NAMES WILLIAM BENNETT FIRST CABI>£T-LEVEL DRUG CZAR 
INSIGHT/THE BUSH TEAM; PRESIDENT'S CABINET HAS 7 REAGANITES 
bush-sullivan: STRANGE POLITICS 
BUSH MUST MOVE AHEAD 



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-DATE- 



-PG 



BYL 



CHH 1 2/21/1989 A 8 N 



2 1/19/1989 D 
2 1/20/1989 B 



3 P N G59 

4 P N 



H 2 6/02/1989 D 8 P F W66 

CHH 1 7/11/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 9/13/1989 C 5 N R63 

S 2 5/27/1989 D 3 P B 

H 1 1/07/1989 C 1 N 



CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


1 


N L90 


H 


2 


4/06/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/15/1989 B 


1 


P N 


H 


2 


9/24/1989 D 


2 P U H49 


H 


2 


1/01/1989 D 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 


1/05/1989 D 


4 


N 


S 


2 


1/05/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


1 


1/06/1989 C 


10 


N 


CHH 1 


1/17/1989 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


1/19/1989 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/20/1989 A 


4 


E 


s 


2 


1/24/1989 A 


4 


E 


s 


2 


1/25/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/27/1989 A 


4 


E 


s 


2 


4/10/1989 A 


4 


E 


s 


3 


4/17/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 


I 


5/16/1989 A 


1 


P P 


S 


2 


5/17/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 


1 


5/22/1989 A 


1 


P N M70 


H 


2 


6/30/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


6/30/1989 A 


4 


E 


s 


2 


7/13/1989 A 


4 


E 


s 


2 


9/29/1989 A 


4 


E 



H 2 1/22/1989 D 1 P F 



S 2 3/13/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 5/01/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 7/20/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 



2 1/13/1989 A 11 N 

2 1/22/1989 D 1 P F 

2 1/27/1989 A 4 E 

2 3/20/1989 A 4 E 



BUSH, GEORGE, CRIME 

GOOD, BOTH SIDES ARE IRKED; PRESIDENT'S ANTI-CRIME FLAN INCLUDES SOME... H 
BUSH CRIME PROPOSAL ONLY STIRS EMOTIONS S 



5/27/1989 A 4 
6/20/1989 A 4 



BUSH, GEORGE, DRUG PLAN 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 - 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



RTI BOOK WAS SOURCE FOR BUSH SPEECH 

BUSH DRUG STRATEGY OFF MARK ON FUNDING 

PRICE CRITICIZES ANTI-DRUG PLAN 

SOME SCHOOLS MISS BUSH'S DRUG TALK 

TEACHER-flOTHER FRUSTRATED 

TOUGH TALK WON'T WIN WAR ON DRUGS . „„„„_ 

BUSH'S ANTI-DRUG PROGRAM DRAWS FROM RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE 

BUSH, GEORGE, EDUCATION PROPOSALS 

SUMMIT ON EDUCATION HAS HISTORIC POTENTIAL 

EDUCATION SUMMIT MILL TEST BUSH'S METTLE 

MARTIN LIKES UPBEAT MOOD ON EDUCATION _ 

SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT SAYS BUSH LEFT MUCH UtC^AINED 

SUMMIT GOOD EXPOSURE FOR EDUCATION, SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT SAYS 

BUSH'S LIP SERVICE NOT ENOUGH ON EDUCATION--GOV. CAPERTON 

BUSH, GEORGE, ENVIRONMENT 
DON'T STIFLE THE ECONOMY 
DISASTER RESPONSE NEEDS IMPROVEMENT 
GOVERNMENT SHOULDN'T BE COOL TO WARMING 
BUSH CAN ESTABLISH TONE ON ENVIRONMENT 
DURHAM EPA SAYS N.C. COULD CLEAN UP WITH BUSH PROPOSALS 
BUSH PROPOSAL OFFERS HOPE FOR CLEANER AIR 

TRWBLEScfemSTS WOULD BE KEY PLAYERS IN BUSH'S CLEAN-AIR PLAN 
DUKE PROFJ AIR PLAN SHOWS MORE PROMISE _ 
ENVIRONMENT RECEIVES ITS RIGHTFUL PRIORITY 
BUSH ADMINISTRATION GAGS EXXON CRITICISM 

^'TIMEra RKTRWNT?-BUSH'S SUPPORT FOR CHINESE STUDENTS FIRM BUT,.. 
ORGANIZED MASS MURDER; PRESIDENT SHOULD SHOW TOUGHNESS TOWARD CHINA 
COZYING UP TO WRONG PEOPLE 
BUSH CORRECT TO ACT LIKE WASP IN PANAMA 

BUSH, GEORGE, FOREIGN TRIPS 
FORCED GENEROSITY 

BUSH, GEORGE, FOREIGN TRIPS. CHINA _ 
BUSH MAKES CORRECT DECISION ON ASIAN TRIP 
USING DIPLOMACY, NOT RHETORIC 

BUSH, GEORGE, FOREIGN TRIPS, JAPAN _ 
BUSH MAKES CORRECT DECISION ON ASIAN TRIP 

BUSH, GEORGE, FOREIGN TRIPS, POLAND 
THE RENAISSANCE IN POLAND 
IN POLAND, AN UNEXPECTED HOMAGE TO NIXON 

BUSH, GEORGE, GUN CONTROL 

OUST-BUSH CAMPAIGN ABSURD 

BUSH, GEORGE, INAUGURATION _ „.™«. 

A KINDER, GENTLER NATION, HUH?!? MAYBE AFTER... (CARTOON) 

PASTOR WILL SPEAK AT BUSH CELEBRATION „««, >. * 

INAUGURATION i BAND FROM RALEIGH HIGH SCHOOL WILL REPRESENT N.C... 

ANONYMOUS DONORS FINANCE TRIP FOR EIGHT STUDENTS FROM OXFORD 

HE'S GOT A COURT-SIDE SEAT FOR FRIDAY'S INAUGURATION 

HIGH-PRICED, BUT ... 

OLD FRIEND PRAYS FOR BUSH 

PARTY LEADERS READY TO GIVE BUSH A CHANCE 

TEXAS BAND PICKS ARTSCENTER OVER INAUGURAL BALL 

BUSH, GEORGE, LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS 
BUSH ELECTION REFORMS ON TARGET 

BUSH, GEORGE, NOMINATIONS 

BUSH SHOULD WITHDRAW TOWER'S NOMINATION 
RESPONSE TO SETBACK IS CRITICAL FOR BUSH 
BUSH NEEDS ANOTHER CIVIL RIGHTS NOMINEE 

BUSH, GEORGE, PARDONS AND COMMUTATIONS 



N 

P 

H 
S 

CHH 
S 

H 
S 
H 



— DATE- 

9/06/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/10/1989 
9/14/1989 
9/15/1989 
9/27/1989 
i0/07/1989 



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S 

S 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 



8/26/1989 
9/13/1989 
9/28/1989 
9/29/1989 
9/30/1989 
11/09/1989 



2/13/1989 
4/11/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/24/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/22/1989 
7/18/1989 
8/14/1989 



N C60 
E 

N M70 
N E33 
L 
E 
N K65 



E 
E 

N 

N C47 
N C62 
1 P N N36 



4 
4 
12 
1 
1 P 



4 E 
4 E 
4 E 
4 E 
1 P N K65 



H 2 5/24/1989 A 

H 2 6/07/1989 A 

H 2 12/03/1989 D 

S 2 12/21/1989 A 



E 

N K65 
N 
E 
E 



H 2 8/02/1989 A 4 E 



2 2/23/1989 A 
2 3/01/1989 A 



4 E 
4 E 



S 2 2/23/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 7/11/1989 A 
H 2 7/16/1989 E 



4 E 
4 U H49 



H 2 7/25/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 


1/09/1989 A 


4 T T M53 


H 1 


1/14/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 1 


1/18/1989 C 


1 N 


H 1 


1/18/1989 C 


1 N 


CHH 1 


1/18/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


H 2 


1/20/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


1/21/1989 A 


9 N 


CHH 1 


1/23/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 2 


1/24/1989 A 


6 P R M60 



H 2 7/30/1989 D 4 E 



2 2/27/1989 A 
2 3/13/1989 A 
2 8/04/1989 A 



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1/01/1989 - 



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12/31/1989 



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A PARDON FOR NO GOOD REASON 

BUSH, GEORGE, SOCIAL PROGRAMS 

MIXED SIGNALS; SPEAKER AT KING CEREMONY SAYS HE HAS WAIT-AND-SEE... 
BLACK COALITION LEADER SAYS HE'S OPTIMISTIC ABOUT BUSH 
BUSH'S ABORTION VETO WRONG 

BUSH, GEORGE, SPEECHES 

A LITTLE PLAGIARISM NEVER HURTS 

BUSH, GEORGE. SUMMIT MEETINGS 

PRESIDENT SCORES HIGH POINTS 

BUSH'S NEW CHALLENGE 

BUSH HAS THE MOMENTUM 

BUSH CAN USE SUMMIT TO FUEL COLD WAR THAW 

A CRAVING FOR TRANQUILITY 



BUSH, GEORGE, TAXES 

PRESIDENT GROWS WEARY OF 
A TAX IS A TAX IS A TAX 



'NO NEW TAXES' JOKE 



BUSH, RUSS III (PROFESSOR OF RELIGION) 

INERRANTIST REPORTED CHOSEN FOR SEMINARY POST 

SEMINARY FACULTY REMAINS OPPOSED TO MAN NOMINATED AS DEAN 

BUSHNELL, MARY 

BUSHNELL, GIBSON FILE FOR CITY SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

SCHOOL BOARD INCUMBENTS GET TEACHERS' ENDORSEMENT 

SCHOOL BOARD HOPEFULS ENDORSED 

RE-ELECT MARY BUSHNELL (MM) 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO SCHOOL BOARDIVOTE FOR THREE 

RE-ELECT MARY BUSHNELL (AD) 

PARRISH, BUSHNELL BACK IN; BREEDEN TAKES THIRD SEAT 

BUTCHER, MARTIN (PEACE ACTIVIST) 
EVENT TO HONOR PEACE ACTIVIST 

BUTLER, AARON KEITH (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO MEN CHARGED WITH DWI 

BUTLER, BECKY 

BUSINESSES BENEFIT ART IN TRIANGLE 

BUTLER, CLARENCE EDWARD (ROBBERY ATTEMPT) 

POLICE LOG/SPITTING ON OFFICER CALLED DEADLY WEAPON 

BUTLER, CYNTHIA (MURDER SUSPECT) 

UADESBORO COUPLE IS CHARGED FOLLOWING SERIES OF HOLDUPS AND STABBINGS 

BUTLER, HAYWOOD CORNELIUS (MURDER SUSPECT) 

WADESBORO COUPLE IS CHARGED FOLLOWING SERIES OF HOLDUPS AND STABBINGS 

BUTLER J. ALAN 

MARTIN APPOINTS BUTLER TO POST 

BUTTERS, TOM 

DUKE'S UNIQUE ENDOWMENT AIM: BRING NEW LIFE TO GOLF COURSE 

BUTTERS IN RUNNING FOR USGA POSITION 

BUTTERS REPORTEDLY SEEKING USGA JOB 

BUTTERS ELIMINATED FOR USGA POSITION 

BUTTERS: PLENTY OF WORK FOR DUKE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 

THE YOKE'S OFF.' DUKE OFFICIALLY ACCEPTS BOWL BID 

SPURRIER TO BE HEAD COACH AT UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 

DUKE PROMOTES WILSON TO SUCCEED SPURRIER AS BLUE DEVILS' HEAD COACH 

BUTTS, DAVID (BASEBALL) 

BUTTS HOPES TO MAKE MOST OF NEW ROLE 

DURHAM'S DAVID BUTTS IS WELCOMED AT THE PLATE AFTER rJO-RUN HOMER.., 

DURHAM BULLS, 1989 

BUTTS, BULLS BLAST KEYS 



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CHH 1 1/18/1989 A 3 P N SI? 
H 2 2/01/1989 C 2 P N K65 
H 2 10/25/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 7/28/1989 A 4 E 



6/03/1989 A 
11/04/1989 A 
11/29/1989 A 
11/30/1989 A 
12/05/1989 A 



S 2 7/19/1989 A 4 
H 2 12/31/1989 D 4 



2 1/21/1989 A 
2 1/29/1989 B 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 11/05/1989 



7/27/1989 
10/31/1989 
11/01/1989 
11/05/1989 



CHH 
H 



11/06/1989 
11/08/1989 



12 

J 

3 
1 
1 

6 
o 



N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
A 
N 
A 
N C62 



CHH 1 10/30/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/27/1989 A 

H 2 8/21/1989 A 

H 2 12/03/1989 B 

H 1 1/21/1989 B 



3 N 
3 N 

1 P N K65 
1 N M51 
8 N 



H 1 1/21/1989 B 8 N 
S 2 5/03/1989 A 7 N 



H 


2 


2/19/1989 C 


8 P N C49 


s 





6/30/1989 A 


1 P N D18 


H 


2 


7/01/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


9 


7/08/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


7/13/1989 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


11/26/1989 C 


1 P N M88 


H 


2 


12/29/1989 A 


1 N M88 


H 


2 


12/31/1989 A 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 


4/03/1989 D 


7 P U P52 


S 


2 


4/10/1989 D 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


4/23/1989 C 


14 P F 


s 


2 


5/30/1989 D 


1 P N P52 



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b ™'wKSnWight these late winter months m 

POEMS ARE 'STORIES SUNG TO PEOPLE,' PROSE HAS MORE TO EC 

BYHAM, SMITH 

HERALD-SUN HIGHLIGHTS 

BYRD, CHARLIE (MUSICIAN) _ 

ANOTHER SIDE OF CHARLIE BYRD: HE'S A VOCALIST 

BYRD, JESSICA R. (LARCENY CHARGE) 

TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

BYRD, MITCHELL G. (SOUTH GRANVILLE RESCUE SQUAD DIRECTOR) 

DRILL STOPS PASSERSBY IN OXFORD ntrmu , 

PART OF GRANVILLE MAN'S JOB IS TO PLAN FOR DISASTERS 

BYRD ROBERT ( SENATOR ) 

' KENAN PROFESSOR TO ADDRESS U.S. SENATE; IJIUCHTENBURG TO SPEAK.. 

SHIRLEY CAESAR SONG NOMINATED FOR GOSPEL AWARD 
PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 
CAESAR WINS 2 GOSPEL AWARDS 
CAESAR SAYS LACK OF POOL HURTS OMNI 
COUNCIL SHOULD KEEP CRIMINALS OUT OF CABS 

PAI21 C O P* 

CAGLE FAMILY STAYS CLOSE THROUGH THE YEARS 

CAGLE, GEOFFREY (BREAKING & ENTERING) 
TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

CAGUEY, AKTHONEY HAROLD (DRUKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO MEN CHARGED WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING 

CAIN, KENNETH LEE (DRUG CHARGES) 
16 CHARGED IN DRUG RAID 
SIXTEEN ARRESTED IN DRUG RAIDS 

CAIN, MATTHEW BROWN (DRUG CHARGES) 
16 CHARGED IN DRUG RAID 
SIXTEEN ARRESTED IN DRUG RAIDS 

'^'TRIANGLE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM IS STILL IN PLANNING STAGES 
MUSEUM MERGER TIED TO DOWNTOWN BRANCH 

CALCAVECCHTA, MARK _ 

AFTER MASTERING SELF, CALCAVECCHIA ON A ROLL 

CALDERON, ALFONSO 

REMEMBERING MARCOS IN DAYS OF HIS GLORY 

CALDWELL, DANNY 

HARDIN DENIES GRIEVANCE BY UNC OFFICER 

CALDWELL, GEORGE LOUIS "BUCK" (FIRE VICTIM) 
TWO FIRE VICTIMS IDENTIFIED 
FIRE INVESTIGATORS SEEK WITNESS TO QUEEN ST. FIRE 

CALDWELL, HERSCHEL AMOS (DECEASED) 
FORMER DUKE ASSISTANT COACH DIES 
FORMER DUKE COACH DIES 
HERSCHEL CALDWELL, 85, LONGTIME DUKE COACH 
HERSCHEL CALDWELL'S INFLUENCE 



H 2 2/26/1989 D 
WITH COURAGE H 2 3/05/1989 D 



H 2 7/02/1989 C 
H 2 10/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 



H 1 8/17/1989 C 
H 1 9/29/1989 C 



3 U H45 
3 P U H45 



6 P P C45 

7 P R S66 
3 N H90 



1 PN T33 
1 P N T33 



CHH 1 2/10/1989 A 5 P N 



H 2 2/09/1989 C 

H 2 2/23/1989 A 

S 2 4/14/1989 A 

S 2 7/21/1989 A 

S 2 10/04/1989 A 



S 2 3/31/1989 B 
CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/01/1989 A 



S 2 8/19/1989 C 
H 2 8/20/1989 C 



S 2 8/19/1989 C 
H 2 8/20/1989 C 



S 2 4/10/1989 A 
H 2 5/19/1989 C 



H 2 4/06/1989 D 
H 2 9/30/1989 C 
CHH 1 10/01/1989 A 



H 2 1/10/1989 C 
S 2 1/23/1989 A 



S 2 7/31/1989 C 

H 2 8/01/1989 B 

H 2 8/01/1989 B 

H 2 8/04/1989 A 



7 N 
14 PG 
6 P N 
1 N C61 
4 E 



1 P F S27 
3 N H90 
3 N 



1 N B53 
1 N M51 



1 N B53 

1 N K51 



1 N M06 
1 N 



1 P U C49 
1 U H49 
1 P N S17 



1 N M51 
1 N B53 



8 

4 P 

6 

4 E 



CALDWELL, HILLIARD 

BLACK HISTORY/CHAPEL HILL HAD BIG ROLE IN MOVEfENT 



CHH 1 2/05/1989 A 1 N H90 



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CALDWELL MAY RUN FOR MAYOR CHH 1 

BOARD TO DECIDE IF AMBERLY PERMIT IS A PUBLIC ISSUE CHH 1 

ALDERMEN WANT TO TUNE IN IMPROVED CABLE TV COVERAGE CHH 1 

CARRBORO HOPES WANING FOR IMPACT TAX CHH 1 

SAY NO TO AMBULANCE FEE CHH 1 

THREE STILL UNDECIDED ABOUT ELECTION BIDS CHH 1 

URENN WAS RIGHT CHH 1 

ALDERMAN TO DISCUSS FALL PLANS CHH 1 

CALDWELL SEEKS THIRD TERM IN CARRBORO CHH 1 

ALDERMAN TREATED AFTER ACCIDENT CHH 1 

OWASA ADDRESSES NELLO TEER PLANT CLOSING CHH 1 

CALDWELL OUTLINES VIEWS ON CARRBORO 'S ISSUES CHH 1 
CARRBORO MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN ', VOTE FOR ONE MAYOR AND THREE ALD. CHH 1 

KINNAIRD CLUBS PORTO H 3 

OLD CARRBORO'S VOICE MAY BE FAILING CHH 1 

FATAL WRECK PROMPTS ALDERMAN'S CALL FOR IMPROVED ROAD CONDITIONS CHH 1 

KEEP ON WRITING, ROLLAND WRENN CHH 1 

CALDWELL, PAUL (UNC-CH POLICE) 

UNC POLICE OUST NIGHT SUPERVISOR 

CALDWELL, PAUL (VICE-fRES PROCOMM) 

COMPANY OFFICIALS ANSWER QUESTIONS ON GROUP HOMES 

CALHOUN, CRAIG DR. 

PROFESSOR CALLS CORPORATE * ETHICS' LACKING 
STRUGGLE IN CHINA NOT OVER, CHI SAYS 
PROF! 'DONG LUAN' IN BEIJING 
DR. CALHOUN TELLS FIRST-HAND ABOUT CHINA 
CHINA NIGHT 



3/09/1989 

3/21/1989 

4/08/1989 

4/23/1989 

5/29/1989 

7/10/1989 

7/14/1989 

7/27/1989 

7/28/1989 

9/01/1989 

9/16/1989 

10/21/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/14/1989 

12/10/1989 



N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
L 

N C62 
L 
N 

N C62 
N 

N M25 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
L 



CHH 1 9/15/1989 A 1 P N S17 



H 1 10/26/1989 C 1 N T33 



CHH 1 3/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/10/1989 A 
S 2 6/14/1989 A 
S 2 6/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/10/1989 A 



CALHOUN, MICHAEL D. 

MANY LEAVE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE, BUT DON'T LEAVE POVERTY RANKS/OTHER DURHAM H 



CALIENDO, JOHN EDWARD (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/STUDENT CHARGED IN DWI, HIT AND RUN 

CALIFF, ROBERT M. DR. 

HEALTH CARE IMPROVED 

CALLAHAN, BEN (CARRBORO) 
SINGLE-ISSUE POLITICS 

CALLAWAY, JOHN 

CHAPEL HILL BOARD REQUESTS REVISED PLAN ON GATEWAY 

CALLAWAY, RAYMOND JONATHAN (AUTO THEFT SUSPECT) 
ROBBERY OF CAR, COAT NETS 14 YEARS 

CALLLEMYN, ALOIS 

LU-E-G'S CLOSES IN HILLSBOROUGH 

CALLOWAY, CAB 

CAB CALLOWAY TO ATTEND NCCU COMMENCEMENT 

NCCU SENDS 644 GRABS TO REAL WORLD 

RICHMOND WARNS NCCU GRADUATES ABOUT REBIRTH OF RACIAL PREJUDICE 

CAMARA, PELE 

FROM GULLEY TO GAMBIA 
HIS PERFORMANCE A SCORCHER 
'TASTE Of AFRICA' IS DELICIOUS 

CAMERON, DAN 

SOME RESOLUTIONS AREN'T JUST TRASH 

WHAT'S IN THE STARS FOR 1989? 

PERPETUAL CAREt IT'S OVER WHEN THE MOWER BREAKS 

IT'S TIME TO PUT GROUNDHOG DAY IN PERSPECTIVE 

A CHEVY CAVALIER EMBRACES LIFE IN THE FAST LANE 

VALENTINE'S DAY! NATURE'S SCHEME FOR JOKE ON MEN 

FOUND MONEY/LIFE IN PROGRESS 



1/30/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/09/1989 A 

H 2 1/16/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/30/1989 A 

H 2 7/18/1989 C 

H 2 3/28/1989 C 

CHH 1 8/27/1989 A 



5/04/1989 C 
5/13/1989 A 
5/14/1989 A 



2 9/01/1989 C 
2 9/21/1989 D 
2 10/02/1989 B 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/04/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/18/1989 
1/25/1989 
2/01/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/15/1989 



3 N S17 
1 P N S17 
1 P N T77 
1 P N T77 
6 P N 



1 C Q Zll 
8 N 
4 L 
4 L 
1 P N M70 
6 N 
3 P N M20 



18 N 
1 P N C45 
1 P N N36 



1 P P K30 
3 P F B71 
3 P R L34 



8 U 

8 U 

8 U 

8 U 

3 U 

7 U 

8 U 



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THE HOT WATER WARS! A PERPLEXING STORY OF HIMS IN ERROR 
SNOWCASTING; SOUTHERNER CHARTS SOME THEORIES ON PREDICTION 

acc tournament: it's usually tough to explain to outsiders 

baby, remember to save the last trance for me 

memory loss; are your file drawers full of blank pages? 

be careful if you 'wonder' off beaten path 

rebirth: getting some life back into old mouer marks arrival of spring 
a little laziness can often make you pay _ 

FIRST JOURNEY ON THE SKI SLOPES OFTEN A REGRETTABLE EXPERIENCE 

THE VARSITY DRIVE-IN Of ATLANTA A MIX OF FOOD AND ADVENTURE 

AUNT'S EXPLANATION OF THUNDER: THAT'S JUST THE ANGELS BOWLING 

AMERICANS' OBSESSION FOR TANS CAN BE ATTRIBUTED TO TELEVISION 

AGONY OF STANDING IN LINE: WHAT MIGHT TESTING UWEIL? 

WHEN IT'S TIME TO DETERMINE MERIT PAY, SHOULDN'T THE GOVERNOR BE.,, 

BLASTOFF TO THE FRIENDLY SKIES _ 

INSPIRATION STRIKES AT THE FRAGRANCE COUNTER _ „^ A „ Tml 

FATHER'S DAY NEEDS SOME HELP! MAKE IT A MAJOR LEAGUE OCCASION 

OH! POSSUM! A MUCH-MALIGNED MARSUPIAL 

THE LAST GASP FOR A TEEN-AGE RITUAL? 

DROPPING OUT ANSWERS ARE NOT PLAIN AS THE NOSE ON YOUR FACE 

FOR A KEEN CONTEST, TRY SPITTING WATERMELON SEEDS 

COUNT ON THE NUMBERS TO KEEP YOUR LIFE INTERESTING 

HOUSEHOLD TERROR _ 

HWllUHUnH STEEP FOR SOMETHING OUT OF 'BATMAN' 
BEACH TRIPS REVISITED 

Arair^ < F«ffi A OF £ UPWARD MOBILITY, MOBILE HOMES AND THE AUTOMOBILE 

BOLOGNA UPDATE 

SETTING GOALS? TRY PUTTING THEM ON YOUR CHEST 

ANY IDIOT CAN PAINT LIKE A PRO -. 

PEOPLE WHO ABANDON ANIMALS DESERVE TO BE SLUGGED 

WAKE UP! THE MEETING HAS EEEN OVER FOR HOURS 

MR. BOBO OFFERED A ROCK ALTERNATIVE 

WHY DOES THE POWER GO OUT AT THE WORST TIMES? 

NATURAL DISASTERS, INANIMATE OBJECTS MAKE ANGER SEEM FUTILE 

IT'S THE TRUTH: YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT 

SHORTER DAYS A CAUSE OF DEPRESSION 

EVERY JOURNEY TO A SUMMIT ISN'T A TRIP TO MOUNTAIN TOP 

TURKEY TALK 

STINGING INSECTS WILL SOON GET THEIR JUST DESSERTS 

POLITICAL COLUMNISTS SHOOT FISH IN A BARREL 

HEY, SHOW ME MY GUARANTEE! _ 

HOW DO TREES REFLECT THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS? 

NEAR NEWS CAN BE 'ALMOST' SOME FASCINATING READING 

CAMERON MARY 

MRS. CAMERON RECALLS DURHAM OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY 

CAMERON, WAYNE MICHAEL (RAPE CHARGES) 
CHASED NUDE MAN FACES SEX CHARGES 

CAMERON, WILLIAM FRED "BABE" (ASSAULT AND DRUG CHARGES) 
3 PEOPLE FACE U.S. CHARGES 

CAMP, JIM 

ONCE POOR FARMLAND, RTP IS BECOMING URBAN CENTER 
CHAMBER'S INDUSTRY HUNTER PLANS TO RETIRE 

CAMPBELL, B. J. DR. (CHAPEL HILL) 

CRITIC CALLS 65 MPH LIMIT A 'TRADE-OFF' 

CAMPBELL, BEN NIGHTHORSE 

REP. CAMPBELL TO SPEAK AT UNC 

CAMPBELL, DAN 

CONTINUE ANIMAL RESEARCH 

CAMPBELL, DARLENE 

PUBLIC HOUSING SITE OF DRUG HOUSE BUST 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
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 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/22/1989 
3/01/1989 
3/08/1989 
3/15/1989 
3/22/1989 
3/29/1989 
4/05/1989 
4/12/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/26/1989 
5/03/1989 
5/10/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/28/1989 
7/05/1989 
7/12/1989 
7/19/1989 
7/26/1989 
8/02/1989 
8/09/1989 
8/16/1989 
8/23/1989 
8/30/1989 
9/06/1989 
9/13/1989 
9/20/1989 
9/27/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/11/1989 
10/18/1989 
10/25/1989 
11/01/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/15/1989 
11/22/1989 
11/29/1989 
12/06/1989 
12/13/1989 
12/20/1989 
12/27/1989 



8 
7 
5 
10 
7 
7 
9 
7 
9 
7 
7 



8 U 



7 
3 
9 
7 
8 
7 
9 
5 

10 
7 
7 
7 

10 
7 
7 
9 



U 
U 
U 
U 
U 
U 
U 
U 
U 

u 
u 
u 
u 
u 
u 
u 

10 u 
8 U 



8 

9 

9 

11 

11 

11 

9 

10 

11 



11 U 
11 U 



9 

11 

9 



8 U 



S 2 7/31/1989 C 1 P U 
H 2 9/24/1989 B 1 N M51 
H 2 5/06/1989 B 3 N 



S 2 4/24/1989 A 1 F 
H 2 9/29/1989 A 10 P N 



CHH 1 1/20/1989 A 1 M N L90 

CHH 1 9/14/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 1/04/1989 A 4 L 

CHH 1 10/14/1989 A 3 N C62 



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CAMPBELL, DEIRDRE B. 

LOCAL STUDENT RECEIVES DANIELS SCHOLARSHIP 

CAMPBELL, DENNIS MARION DR. 

DUKE DIVINITY SCHOOL A GUIDING LIGHT IN CHANGING WORLD 
A WINDING WAY TO DUKE DIVINITY 

CAMPBELL, JACK (POINDEXTER RECORDS) 
CDS: THE FUTURE IS NOW 
A 'FUNKY PARTY HOST' FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE/JOHNNY QUEST 

CAMPBELL, JERRY DR. (LIBRARIAN) 

A 'MISSISSIPPI EVENING' UITH ELIZABETH SPENCER 

CAMPBELL, JESSE (FOOTBALL) 

RISKY BUSINESS; CAMPBELL'S GAMBLES PAY OFF 

CAMPBELL, LEE DR. 

AN ANCIENT NATIVE ROOT HIGH IN PROTEIN 

CAMPBELL, MIKE (SINGER) 

GREAT SINGERS, GREAT SONGS GET TOGETHER 

CAMPBELL, ORVILLE 

EX-PUBLISHER CAMPBELL DIES FROM HEART FAILURE 

CAMPBELL SPENT LIFE PROMOTING TOWN, UNIVERSITY 

CAMPBELL SPENT LIFE PROMOTING TOWN, UNIVERSITY 

CAMPBELL} NO SIDELINE PUBLISHER 

'SCOOP' WORE HIS FAME LIGHTLY 

A 'CHAPEL HILL INSTITUTION' /MOURNERS GATHER TO HONOR ORVILLE B. CAMPBELL CHH 1 

A LOOK BACK/KUDOS FROM JAYCEES 

CAMPBELL, PRESTON LEA JR. (PUBLISHER) 

CAMPBELL TO STAY DESPITE PURCHASE OF VIRGINIA WEEKLY 
NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER PUTS HOME ON MARKET 
CAMPBELL RESIGNS NEWSPAPER POST 

CAMPBELL, TOM (DURHAM CITY COUNCIL) 

NEW YEAR'S JUST ANOTHER DAY, RESOLUTIONS-WISE 

COUNCILMEN CLASH ON MUTUAL DEAL 

MUTUAL, COUNCIL'S CAMPBELL DISAGREE ON BALLPARK'S EFFECT 

COUNCIL CONSIDERING STREET, PARKS 'IMPACT FEES' 

PROTEST 

CITY COUNCIL GRANTS HAYTI REQUEST ON AMENDED PACT 

SISTER-CITY GROUP BACK FROM SOVIET UNION 

'HOPE CHILDREN WILL REAP BENEFITS,' CAMPBELL SAYS OF SOVIET VISIT 

SOVIETS' WARMTH IMPRESSES DURHAM VISITORS 

CAMPBELL WILL NOT RUN AGAIN 

CAMPBELL WON'T SEEK A 3RD COUNCIL TERM 

CAMPBELL DEFENDS COUNCIL SPENDING 

CAMPBELL: DURHAM NOT FACING FINANCIAL CRISIS 

CITY'S SPENDING FRIVOLOUS 

THE CITY BUDGET DEBATE 

CITY OF DURHAM'S IN FINE SHAPE, NOT FACING FINANCIAL CRISIS 



CHH 1 8/23/1989 A 9 N 



H 


2 


9/03/1989 A 


1 G N36 


H 


2 


9/05/1989 A 


1 P G N36 


H 


2 


3/10/1989 D 


8 P F M60 


S 


2 12/29/1989 D 


4 P F B71 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 D 


3 P U H45 


S 


2 


8/11/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


5/03/1989 B 


1 P F 


H 


2 10/17/1989 A 


6 P R S66 


S 


2 


6/06/1989 C 


1 P 


CHH 1 


6/07/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


6/07/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/10/1989 A 


4 J H49 


CHH 1 


6/10/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


8/17/1989 A 


5 P P 


CHH 1 


1/21/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


4/20/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/10/1989 A 


3 N 


H 


2 


1/01/1989 C 


1 P N S69 


S 


2 


3/02/1989 C 


1 P N H70 


H 


2 


3/03/1989 C 


1 N 369 


S 


2 


3/09/1989 A 


1 M N H70 


S 


2 


4/04/1989 C 


8 P P T37 


H 


2 


4/05/1989 C 


1 P N S69 


S 


2 


6/07/1989 B 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


6/08/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 


6/10/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


6/20/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 


6/20/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


S 


2 


9/28/1989 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


9/29/1989 A 


1 N R63 


H 


2 


10/04/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


10/08/1989 D 


4 E 


H 


2 10/08/1989 D 


5 J 



CAMPBELL, WAYNE (DURHAM MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION) 

EX-HEAD OF MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION BUYS CREDIT BUREAU FOR $2.2 MILLION 

CAMPOLO, ANTHONY DR. 

DR. CAMPOLO TO SPEAK IN DUKE CHAPEL SUNDAY 

CANNADY, ELLA (CENTENARIAN) 

DURHAM IS HOSPITABLE HOME TO LONG-LIVED CITIZENS 

MRS. CANNADY DIES AT 106 

FUNERAL FOR MRS. CANNADY IS SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY 

CANNADY, JOHN DEWELDON (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/ARGUMENT LEAVES MAN WITH 5 GUNSHOT WOUNDS 



S 2 4/28/1989 C 1 P N S78 
H 2 4/01/1989 A 6 N 



S 2 4/19/1989 B 1 F S27 
H 2 11/21/1989 A 12 
H 2 11/22/1989 D 5 P 



H 2 10/02/1989 B 



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SPRING DATE PROBABLE FOR PUBLIC SAFETY HIRING 

CANSECO, JOSE (BASEBALL) 

CANSECO ON HIS WAY TOWARD ANOTHER FIRST 

CANTRELL, CAROL „ 

CANTRELL ELECTED TO PLANNING BOARD POST 

CAPEHART, AL 

ABANDONED RAIL CORRIDORS USEFUL 

CAPERTON, GASTON (H. VIRGINIA GOV.) Moreinu 

BUSH'S HP SERVICE NOT ENOUGH ON EDUCATION— GOV. CAPERTON 

PjftPnN ROBERT S 

DURHAM SOFTWARE COMPANY DISCOVERS TWO NEW MACINTOSH COMPUTER VIRUSES 
BEING 'COPRENEURS' A GROWING TREND 

CAPON ROSE 

BEING 'COPRENEURS' A GROWING TREND 

CAPPELLI, FRANK (MUSICIAN) 

KIDS' SONGS KEPT CAPPELLI OUT OF THE HOLIDAY INN 

CAPPS, LEE HOOD _ . 

4-H LAUNCHES FUND-RAISING CAMPAIGN 

CAPPS, THOMAS E. 

TRUSTEES VETO DESIGN OF WUNC-FM BUILDING 

HARDEN NORMAN F III 

UNION OFFICIAL BLASTS ABC BOARD FOR PUNISHING HELIHJP WORKER 

VOTE TODAY ON ABC'S PROPOSED DRIVE-IN STORE 

CARDEN: DRIVE-IN ABC STORE IDEA SHOT DOWN TOO QUICKLY 



CHH 1 1/02/1989 A 
S 2 3/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/19/1989 A 



1 P N M70 
4 E 
3 N 



S 2 5/05/1989 B 1 P F G59 
H 2 11/09/1989 C 1 P N N36 



2 1/15/1989 D 
2 10/08/1989 D 



8 N K65 
6 P N K65 



H 2 10/08/1989 D 6 P N K65 

H 2 11/02/1989 A 6 P R W66 

S 2 6/13/1989 A 6 P N S27 

CHH 1 9/04/1989 A 1 P N S17 



H 2 2/25/1989 C 1 N A54 
H 2 7/14/1989 C 1 N S22 
H 2 7/15/1989 C 1 P N S22 



•STRANGE THING HAPPENED ON WAY TO MOVIE' PROBLEM FOCUS OF PARENTS' GROUP H 2 
WILLOWDAILE GATHERING PLACE SOURCE OF PARENTS' CONCERN H 2 

TEENS NEED MEETING PLACE H 2 



6/11/1989 B 1 
8/16/1989 A 1 
8/17/1989 A 4 



N R63 
N R63 
E 



CARDEN, TERESA (NATIONAL ASSOC. FOR CHILDREN WITH AIDS) 
DRIVE SET TO GET HOME FOR CHILDREN WITH AIDS 



H 2 1/11/1989 C 1 N C60 



CAREY, CHRIS 
BIZ NOTES 

CAREY, D. BRYAN III 
•FINDING MY WAY' 



AT DUKE IS DEEP, VARIED, PERSONAL 



CAREY JAMES I "JACK" 

{nVESTORs'bANK ON HIS EXPERIENCE IN STARTING NEW GRANVILLE BUSINESS 

CAREY, MOSES (ORANGE CO,) „ 

CAREYt COUNTY WON'T 'SCRAP' CONTROVERSIAL WATER POLICY 

OWASA'S 'MEMO' GROUP AT A STANDSTILL m _ , J m ^ 

OFFICIALS PLAN FEB. RESERVOIR MEETING (CORRECTION PRINTED 1-16-89) 

COMMISSIONERS LIKELY TO ADOPT COURTESY REVIEW 

RESERVOIR MEETING SUGGESTED 

COMMISSIONER MULLS WAYS TO SHORTEN LATE-NIGHT HEARINGS 

MEETINGS CLASH; PLANNING BOARD JUGGLES SCHEDULE 

COUNTY TO INCLUDE HILLSBOROUGH IN IMPACT TAX PLAN 

IMPACT TAX SPREADS BURDEN FAIRLY 

CAREY SAYS UNC WILL FLY IN LINE; COUNTY: AIRPORT SEARCH WON'T GIVE., 

CATES 'SHOCKED' AT CAREY'S PLAN FOR IMPACT TAX 

HILLSBOROUGH FORGOES APRIL PLANNING MEETING 

CATES' COMMENTS INSULT LOCAL OFFICIALS 

OFFICIALS SPLIT ON NEXT MOVE 

HALKIOTIS, CAREY HOT OVER OBSCENE PHONE CALLS 

YEAR ONE, THE CHAPEL HILL HERALD (SPECIAL SECTION) 

KNOWING WHEN TO SAY NOTHING 



CHH 1 


4/25/1989 A 


6 P N 


H 2 


8/27/1989 E 


10 P R L59 


H 2 


4/16/1989 D 


6 P N T33 


CHH 1 


1/10/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


1/15/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


2/06/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/03/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


3/11/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


3/12/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/21/1989 A 


4 P U 


CHH 1 


3/25/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


4/06/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


4/08/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


4/30/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


5/07/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


5/17/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/04/1989 B 


1 T F C50 


CHH 1 


6/16/1989 A 


4 E 



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1/01/1969 - 



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12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



BOARD DEBATES WATERSHED ISSUE; CONSIDER LONG HAUL, CAREY SAYS 

DRAWS CO. TO CONSIDER LANDFILL CHOICE PROCEDURE 

OFFICIALS AGAINST ELECTION OF TACS 

CITIZENS GIVE COMMISSIONERS LITTLE HELP AT BUDGET HEARING 

COMMISSIONERS SEEK PUBLIC'S ASSISTANCE IN BATTLING POVERTY 

OFFICIALS DEFEND COURTESY CHARGE 

CAREY'S RE-ELECTION EXPECTED 

CAREY RE-ELECTED 

CAREY PLEDGES BEST EFFORT 

CARLESIMO, P. J. 

GIVE CREDIT TO PAIR OF ADS FOR AIDING DUKE, SETON HALL 
FINAL FOUR COACHES HEAP ON THE PRAISE 
SETON HALL'S CARLESIMO HAS PAID HIS DUES 
CARLESIMO BASKS IN FINAL FOUR GLOW 

CARLSON, CATHY REV, 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/REV. CATHY CARLSON 

CARLSON, HOPE 

2 DURHAM WOMEN STRANDED IN CHINA CHAOS 

GUNFIRE CRACKLES OVER BEIJING; 2 DURHAM STUDENTS TRY TO FLEE 

2 DURHAM yOMEN SAFE IN TOKYO, AIR FARE STRANDS OTHER AMERICANS 

CARLTON, JOHN W. REV. (DECEASED) 

REV. JOHN CARLTON, FORMER DUKE, SOUTHEASTERN PROF 

CARLTON, LARRY 

LARRY CARLTON UILL PERFORM TUESDAY AT THE ARTSCENTER 

CARLTON, LEE 

GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY 

CARMICHAEL, EUGENE A. (ATTORNEY) 

LAWYER FINED FOR CONTEMPT AFTER CLIENT'S CASE POSTPONED EIGHT TIMES 
LAWYER CHARGED WITH ASSAULT BY SHOVING MAN 

CARMICHAEL, STOKELY (CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER) 
ACTIVISTS SAY KING'S HOPE UNFULFILLED 

CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM DONALD III (DECEASED) 
BILLY CARMICHAEL DIES IN RALEIGH 
CARMICHAEL LIKED TO AMUSE OTHERS 

CARMON, MICHAEL TRAVIS (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/5 SUSPECTS FACE DRUG CHARGES 

CARNESECCA, LOU 

REDMEN BATTLE ATTRITION, WOLFPACK IN BIG EAST-ACC CHALLENGE 

CAROL, LINDA CURRY (ASSAULT CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/ARRESTS FOLLOW FIGHT AT GAME 

CAROLINE, HANSON (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CARRBORO MAN FACES DUI CHARGE 

CAROSSO, VINCENT P. 

3 RECEIVE UNC'S KENAN ENTERPRISE AWARDS 

CARPENTER, DAWN (BASKETBALL) 
GOING TO ST. AUG'S 

CARPENTER, DEBORAH 

TEACHERS WANT HIGHER SALARY SUPPLEMENTS 

CARPENTER, JACKIE (ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER) 
CONTEST PROPOSED FOR N£U DURHAM FLAG 

CARPENTER, JOHN (INJURED FROM FALL) 

BOY, 3, REMAINS CRITICAL AFTER FALL OUT OF VEHICLE 



S 

N E E 
P D — DATE — C 

CHH 1 9/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/28/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/06/1989 A 



H 2 3/30/1989 D 

S 2 3/30/1989 B 

S 2 4/01/1989 B 

S 2 4/03/1989 D 



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•PG L P BYL 

3 M N M20 
1 P N K90 
3 N K20 
1 P N M20 
3 N M25 
3 P N M20 
3 P N M20 
1 P P L38 
3 N 



1 P U M14 
1 P U D18 
1 P U D18 
4 P N D18 



S 2 4/01/1989 D 3 P B 



H 
H 

H 


2 
2 
2 


6/06/1989 A 
6/07/1989 A 
6/08/1989 A 


1 N C60 

1 N Bll 

2 P N Bll 


H 


2 


3/17/1989 C 


2 


Of 


1 


6/19/1989 A 


7 P P 


S 


2 


10/23/1989 B 


2 P P 


H 
H 


2 

2 


1/12/1989 C 
10/05/1989 C 


1 N S32 
1 N S82 


H 


2 


1/16/1939 A 


1 P N C47 


H 
H 


2 


9/05/1989 A 
9/06/1989 C 


1 P 

2 H45 


H 


2 


8/13/1989 B 


8 N 


H 


2 


12/05/1989 D 


1 P N L22 


H 


2 12/23/1989 B 


1 N 


CHH 


1 


3/01/1989 A 


5 N 


H 


2 


3/22/1989 A 


10 P N 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 D 


4 P P S76 


s 


c 


3/18/1989 C 


1 N 592 


H 


2 


3/03/1989 C 


1 P N S69 


H 


2 


5/24/1989 C 


1 N 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 - 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



BOY THROWN FROM TRUCK DIES _ 

BOY, 3, DIES FROM HEAD INJURIES IN FALL FROM BLAZER 



CARPENTER, MARCUS 6. 

CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET TO BE SOLD, MOVED FROM DOWNTOWN 

CARPENTER, WILLIS G. Ill (GUN CHARGES) 

SKS PUPIL CHARGED WITH TAKING GUN TO SCHOOL 

CARR, FRANK 

GOLDEN YEARS, GOLDEN GAMES 

CARR, GEORGE WATTS JR. 

DURHAM IS DOING TOO WELL TO SLAM DOOR ON PROGRESS 

CARR, JAMES L. _ 

CARR5 FEES SPAT CRAMPS CLERK'S OFFICE 
ELECTIONS BOARD 

CARR, JULIAN S. GEN. 

CLARIFYING 'MISCONCEPTIONS' _ , , 

DUKE-CARR RIVALRY MOLDS CITY INTO WORLD TOBACCO CAPITAL 
TEXTILES HAVE BECOME 'GRAND DUKE' OF INDUSTRIAL BOOM IN DURHAM 
HONOR FOR DURHAM'S GEN. JULIAN CARR 

CARR HUFF 

'a SECOND CAREER IN THE MINISTRY; PATHS VEERED TOWARD DUKE 

CARR, NASH LINWOOD 'LIN' (DECEASED) „, _, msmmn 

NASH LINWOOD 'LIN' CARR, 49, FORMER CARPENTER, OF ROXBORO 

CARRASCO, JOE "KING" 

THIS 'MEXICAN SURF MUSIC MEANS TO GET YOU MOVING 
CARRASCO AND CROWNS TURN CAT'S CRADLE INTO FIESTA BALLROOM 

CARRAWAY, CANDICE 

HUD TO REBATE tlOO.OOO RENT IN CHATHAM CO. 

CARRINGTON, ANTONIO LAMONT (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/HIDDEN POLICE OFFICER MAKES DRUG ARREST 

CARRINGTON, CLIFTON 

CLIFTON CARRINGTON CLAIMS NATIONAL WRESTLING TITLE 

CARROLL, CATHY (HILLSBOROUGH) 

HILLSBOROUGH CHAMBER SEEKS FUNDS FOR CENTER'S RESTROOM RENOVATIONS 

CARROLL, DONNIE OLIVER (BREAKING AND ENTERING SUSPECT) 
POLICE CHARGE MEN WITH BREAKING INTO NEWSPAPER RACK 

CARROLL, KIM (INSURANCE FRAUD) 

SHOPKEEPER FACES SENTENCE IN FRAUD CASE 

CONVICTED OF INSURANCE FRAUD. MERCHANT FACES MORE CHARGES 

SHOPKEEPER'S SENTENCE SUSPENDED IN FRAUD CASE 

CARROLL, WALTER ERWIN (DECEASED) „ 

WALTER ERWIN CARROLL, 67, JOURNALIST, FORMER EDITOR AT MORNING HERALD 

CARROW, HILL 

TIE TAXPAYER FUNDING TO FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE 

STATE AUDIT REPORTS N.C. AMATEUR SPORTS DIDN'T MISUSE FUNDS 

TRIANGLE J PUMPED UP FOR ATHLETES 

CARRUBBA, FRANK P. (HEWLETT-PACKARD) 

BUSINESS MEETS ACADEME AT KENAN CONVOCATION 

CARSON, AL 

HE EATS WHAT HE LIKES-AND HOW HE LIKES IT/'PAUNCH' AND 'JUDY' 
FOND MEMORIES 



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P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 5/27/1989 B 4 
H 2 5/28/1989 B 1 



H 2 10/25/1989 A 1 P N N36 

S 2 3/15/1989 C 1 N M06 

CHH 1 4/30/1989 A 3 P N L90 

H 2 2/07/1989 A 4 L 



S 2 4/08/1989 A 1 N B53 
S 2 7/20/1989 C 3 P P T37 



H 2 3/01/1989 A 4 L 

S 2 4/19/1989 E 9 P F 

S 2 4/19/1989 F 5 F M06 

H 2 7/09/1989 E 2 P U L57 



H 2 9/04/1989 A 1 P G N36 
H 2 10/22/1989 B 2 



H 2 6/18/1989 E 14 F H90 
H 2 6/22/1989 B 2 R H90 



CHH 1 9/09/1989 A 3 N M25 

H 2 10/11/1989 D 9 N M51 

S 2 9/19/1989 D 4 P F A76 

CHH 1 8/08/1989 A 3 P N M20 

S 2 1/05/1989 C 1 N B53 



H 2 9/22/1989 C 1 N S82 
H 2 10/11/1989 C 10 N S82 
H 2 10/24/1989 B 6 N S82 



H 2 3/09/1989 B 4 



S 2 6/15/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 7/01/1989 C 1 N S69 
H 2 9/29/1989 A 1 N K65 



CHH 1 10/17/1989 A 6 P N 



H 2 12/01/1989 D 10 P U C09 
S 2 12/09/1989 B 1 U C09 



CARSON, ANDREW 



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MONTHLlf /ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



DURHAM STUDENT SEES BLOODY BEIJING SCENE 

CARSON, BUD (FOOTBALL) 

BROWNS CHOOSE EX-TAR HEEL CARSON 
BUD CARSON DESERVES BROWS' JOB 

CARSON, MARTHA Y. 

HOLTON GETS NEW PRINCIPAL; SCHOOLS ADD GRANTS POST 

CARSON, PHILIP G. (ASHEVILLE) 

UNC'S CARSON WINS NATIONAL SERVICE AWARD 
TOUGH DAY 

CARSTARPHEN, DAUGHTRY 

CARRBORO WOMAN APPEALS DOG REMOVAL ORDER 

TARSWELL D* K. 

DEPUTY CHARGED WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING 

DEPUTY SUSPENDED 

DEPUTY LOSES JOB AFTER CONVICTION OF DRUNKEN DRIVING 

CARTER, A.J, (DETECTIVE) 

DURHAM'S 'JOE FRIDAYS' SEEK PUZZLE PIECES 

CARTER, DANIEL JOSEPH (HIT-ANIHttJN/DWI CHARGES) 

MAN CHARGED WITH HIT-AND-RUN, DRUNKEN DRIVING AFTER CHASE 

CARTER, GEORGE H. 

CARRBORO PLAINTIFF, DEFENDANT IN SUITS 

CARRBORO DROPS TOWNHOUSE UNIT FROM LAWSUIT 

OWNER CRITICIZES CARRBORO ACTION IN TOWNHOUSE SUIT 

CARTER, JAMES (ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL) 

FAISON SHUFFLES ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS 

CARTER, JIMMY (PRESIDENT) 

•CENTENNIAL EXTRAVAGANZA' WILL BEGIN FRIDAY AT ELON COLLEGE 

CARTER SAYS SERVICE TO MAN, GOD KEY TO MAKING LIFE GREAT 

CARTER AND THE HOSTAGES: PROOF THAT TRUTH CAN HURT 

CARTER DEMONSTRATES GENUINE LEADERSHIP 

THE EX OFFICIO PEACEMAKER 

SORTING PRESIDENTIAL STEPS TO THE BERLIN MIRACLE 

CARTER, REGINALD D. 

DUKE IS REVAMPING ITS PHYSICIAN-ASSISTANTS PROGRAM 

CARTER, ROBERT LEE (RAPE SUSPECT) 
SUSPECT IN RAPE GETS 40 YEARS 

CARTER, RON (MUSICIAN) 

GUITARIST JIM HALL BRINGS AN IMPRESSIVE JAZZ RESUME TO THE ARTSCENTER 
HALL, CARTER EMIT AURA AT ARTSCENTER 

CARTER, SHERRY (HILLSBOROUGH FINANCE DIRECTOR) 
HILLSBOROUGH TAX INCREASE NOT EXPECTED 

CARTER, STEVIE RANDALE (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE MAN UITH DWI 

CARTER, THOMAS (THELONICUS MONK INSTITUTE OF JAZZ) 
MONK INSTITUTE FUND-RAISING ON SCHEDULE 

CARTER, WILLIAM "LITTLE MONEY" (SHOOTING CHARGE) 
POLICE LOG/CAR KNOCKS DOWN DOOR OF DUPLEX 

CARTER, WILLIAM ANTHONY 

JURY INDICTS MAN IN SHOOTING DEATH 
POLICE LOG/CAR KNOCKS DOWN DOOR OF DUPLEX 



S 
N E E 
P D — DATE — C 



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S 2 6/06/1989 A 1 M N M06 



H 2 1/28/1989 D 
S 2 2/15/1989 D 



S 2 9/26/1989 B 



CHH 1 3/20/1989 A 
S 2 8/25/1989 C 



CHH 1 12/15/1989 A 



H 2 6/26/1989 C 
H 2 6/27/1989 B 
H 2 9/14/1989 C 


1 N 

1 N 
1 N 


S 2 10/21/1989 A 


1 N B53 


H 2 3/19/1989 B 


3 N 


CHH 1 10/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/20/1989 A 


1 N C62 
1 N C62 
1 P N C62 



H 2 10/07/1989 C 



H 1 4/20/1989 C 

H 2 4/26/1989 C 

H 2 5/07/1989 E 

S 2 8/23/1989 A 

H 2 8/25/1989 A 

H 2 11/19/1989 D 



S 2 4/08/1989 C 
CHH 1 2/14/1989 A 



H 2 7/07/1989 D 
H 2 7/13/1989 B 



CHH 1 3/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/11/1989 A 
H 2 8/06/1989 B 
H 2 12/12/1989 C 



S 2 5/03/1989 A 
H 2 12/12/1989 C 



P N 
P U D18 



N E33 



F N L90 
P P L38 



N C62 



N C47 



N H60 
P N H60 
P U H49 

E 

E 
P U H49 



N 
N H90 



P F S66 
R S66 



N R63 
N 

N R60 
N HS1 



N F53 
N M51 



CARVER, EDWARD JR. (DWI CHARGES) 



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M N T H L Y / A N N U A L INDEX BY NAMES 
1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE TWO UITH DWI 

CARVER, TALMADGE DEWIT (DRUG CHARGES) __ R 
POLICE SURROUND HOUSE IN DRUG RAID, ARREST 8 

CARVE TWO V C^^D°IN KIDNAPPING, SEXUAL ASSAULT INCIDENT 
ANOTHER CHARGED IN SEX CAPTIVE CASE 
SEX OFFENSE CHARGES AGAINST THREE SENT TO GRAND JURY 

CARVER, VERNON LEON (DRUG CHARGES) _ „ 
POLICE SURROUND HOUSE IN DRUG RAID, ARREST 8 

CASAROTTI, RICH 

DURHAM BULLS, 1989 

SECOND BASEMAN RICH CASAROTTI HAKES THROW TO FIRST BASE AS BULLS DEFEAT 

CASE, EVERETT 

FRIENDLY WAR WOULD SPICE ACC'S DIET 
• PACK SERIOUS ABOUT ENDING THIS 'TRADITION' 
VALVANOJ LIFE WITHOUT NCAA TOURNEY HURTS 

CASE, RICHARD (CARTOONIST, ARTIST) 
WILD SIDE ARTIST'S FOCUS 

CASEY HILLSBoWjGH HOPES HOG DAY PROFITS FLESH OUT 

"'^kuEDW^SSTO 1 ^^.; UNC'S SOUTHERN FOLKLIFE COLLECTION FEATURES... 

CASH, FLOYD (BREAKING AND ENTERING SUSPECT) 
HAN CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO HOUSE 

CASH, JESSE 

CAR DEALER'S EARLY RISE HELPS CATCH ESCAPEE 

CASH, KIRK (DEATH-BY-VEHICLE CHARGES) 
DRIVER CHARGED IN FIANCEE'S DEATH 

CASH, LINWOOD . 

CAR DEALER LIKES DEPUTIES' FAST WORK 

CASH, WILLIAH THOMAS "BILL" JR. 

EX-CAROLINA THEATRE MANAGER 'BILL' CASH 

CASPER, STEPHEN KENT (DWI CHARGES) „ __ 

POLICE LOG/MARYLAND RESIDENT CHARGED WITH DWI 

CASSIRER, BETSY „ _ 

HOSPITAL'S CARD PROJECT AIMED AT CHILDREN'S NEEDS 
CHRISTMAS NOT ALWAYS SEASON OF GOOD CHEER 

CASTRO, FIDEL 

BE WARY OF BEFRIENDING CASTRO 
A LONELY HOLDOUT FOR TYRANNY 

CATE, ESTHER HORNER (DECEASED) 

MRS. ESTHER CATE, FORMER DURHAM TEACHER 

CATES, BRYANT KEITH (AUTO ACCIDENT) 

THREE WOMEN KILLED IN TWO AUTO ACCIDENTS 

CATES, DANIEL JUNIOR 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

TIPS TO CRIMESTOPPERS LEAD TO ARREST 

INDECENT-LIBERTY INDICTMENTS ISSUED BY DURHAM GRAND JURY 

MAN'S PLEA BARGAIN ACCEPTED IN RAPE OF 6-YEAR-OLD GIRL 









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P D 


S 
E 

—DATE — C ■ 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 


9/08/1989 A 


7 


N 


H 2 


9/14/1989 C 


3 


N 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 
7/26/1989 A 
8/17/1989 A 


1 

1 
1 


N M70 
N M70 
N M70 



H 2 9/14/1989 C 3 N 



H 2 4/24/1989 D 
S 2 5/29/1989 D 



H 2 9/22/1989 B 
H 2 12/13/1989 D 
H 2 12/13/1989 D 



CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/13/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/15/1989 A 

H 2 1/24/1989 B 

H 2 3/02/1989 C 

H 2 3/19/1989 B 

S 2 3/01/1989 C 

H 2 2/12/1989 B 

CHH 1 8/02/1989 A 



CHH 1 11/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/19/1989 A 



H 2 1/29/1989 D 
H 2 11/22/1989 A 



H 2 3/18/1989 C 
H 2 7/17/1989 B 



H 2 7/17/1989 A 

H 2 7/18/1989 C 

H 2 8/22/1989 B 

H 2 9/07/1989 C 



2 P F 
1 P P C45 



1 U H88 
1 U M88 
1 P N M88 



3 P N H90 
3 P N H90 
3 P N M70 

5 N 

3 N M51 

6 N 

1 N B53 

2 P 
8 N 



1 P N 
3 N 



4 E 
4 E 



6 
1 N M51 



9 P N 
4 N 
1 N 532 
4 N 



CATES, ELIZABETH 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 - 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY NAME 



GATES A STRONG ADVOCATE Of ENVIRONMENT 
LLOYD NOT MENTIONED 

CATES, FRED 

'KEEPER OF THE CLOCK' WON'T RIDE HISTORIC FLOAT 

TO JOIN OR NOT TO JOIN? HILLSBOROUGH BOARD TO ,1111 PROS AND CONS... 

COUNTY, TOW CLASH OVER BUFFER 

SHOULD HILLSBOROUGH OPEN FOREIGN-AID OFFICE? (CORRECTED 1-13-39) 

CORRECTION 

CHOICE OF RESERVOIR SITE 'TOO EARLY TO CALL' 

RELUCTANT CHAMPS RECEIVE PEP TALK 

CATES WANTS COUNTY OUT OF RESERVOIR PLAN 

CATES WANTS COUNTY OUT OF RESERVOIR PLAN 

HILLSBOROUGH MIGHT NOT GAIN TIME ON RESERVOIR BY DUMPING ORANGE 

FRED CATES WINS BET, GETS PAID IN PENNIES 

WAFFLE HOUSE CLEARS FIRST HURDLE 

COUNTY BOARD WANTS TO PICK RESERVOIR SITE 

HILLSBOROUGH TO CONSIDER LAND PURCHASE 

CATES QUESTIONS ELECTION OF ADJUSTMENT BOARD HEAD 

RESERVOIR TOPS BOARD AGENDA; HILLSBOROUGH BOARD TO CONSIDER LEAVING... 

HILLSBOROUGH BOARD DELAYS RESERVOIR ACTION 

GROUP TARGETS CATES; 'SMALL VOICES' WORK IN SECRET 

RESERVOIR MEETING SUGGESTED 

FRED CATES' "SHALL VOICES" (CARTOON) 

LOCAL OFFICIALS LOOK FOR IMPACT TAX CONSENSUS; COUNTY MAY PROCEED... 

MICHAEL KIRBY IS 'LEANING TOWARD' RUNNING AGAIN 

LET MAYOR CATES MAKE HIS OWN WAFFLES 

WAFFLE HOUSE GIVES FRED CATES TIE, CAPS 

HILLSBOROUGH STAFF WANTS REVIEW POWER 

HILLSBOROUGH BOARD VOTES DOWN IMPACT TAX 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT PROTECTS CITIZENS 

COUNTY TO INCLUDE HILLSBOROUGH IN IMPACT TAX PLAN 

OPPONENTS OF MAYOR TO GO PUBLIC 

CATES! DRUG OFFICERS WON'T MEAN TAX HIKE 

ENO MOUNTAIN ROAD WORK SCHEDULED TO BEGIN MONDAY 

HILLSBOROUGH BOARD TO CONSIDER ACCEPTING GRANT FOR DRUG OFFICERS 

SMALL VOICES BOARD INCLUDES FORMER MAYOR 

RESERVOIR ISSUE DEADLOCKED (CLARIFICATION PRINTED 3-22-89) 

RESERVOIR ISSUE DEADLOCKED (CLARIFICATION PRINTED 3-22-89) 

HILLSBOROUGH BOARD BACKS DUKE IN FOREST FRAY 

CATES LOOKS TO GRAHAM FOR WATER, INTERIM SUPPLY DISCUSSED 

CLARIFICATION 

HILLSBOROUGH CONSIDERS SEIZING COUNTY LAND FOR NEW RESERVOIR 

MAYOR'S COMMENTS TAKEN 'OUT OF CONTEXT' 

l^ATEVER HAPPENED TO COOPERATION? 

CATES PLANS TO ATTEND OPPONENTS' MEETING 

COMMISSIONERS CLAIM NO FEAR OF CATES' EFFORTS 

CATES ATTENDS SMALL VOICES MEETING 

PARK LAND ACQUISITION HITS SNAG 

CATES 'SHOCKED' AT CAREY'S PLAN FOR IMPACT TAX 

IMPACT TAX ABOUT-FACE IRKS CATES 

CATES SUGGESTS TAX COMPROMISE 

CATES' COMMENTS INSULT LOCAL OFFICIALS 

TOWN ATTORNEY WARNS OF ANNEXATION COSTS 

HILLSBOROUGH BOARD ANNEXES FIVE PROPERTIES 

A RIGHT TO BE OUTRAGED 

BUDGET FUNDS ALLOTTED TO COVER CATES' MOBILE PHONE EXPENSES 

CATES BACKS HIGHWAY FUNDING 

CATES* TRUCK PHONE HILLSBOROUGH'S GAIN 

YEAR ONE, THE CHAPEL HILL HERALD (SPECIAL SECTION) 

HILLSBOROUGH LAUDS EDC'S EFFORTS 

CATES PREDICTS AGREEMENT ON SEVEN MILE CREEK RESERVOIR BY AUGUST 

A TALE O F TWO TOWNS — AND THEIR MAYORS 

CATES' LETTER OMITS MUCH 

LIABILITY UNCERTAIN FOR POSSIBLE FUTURE ENO DISCOLORATION 

CATES SHOWS INTEREST IN ANNEXING PROPERTY 

CATES CHALLENGES PEN-WIELDING NEMESIS SANFORD TO DEBATE 

BUDGET HAS PAY RAISE FOR MAYOR 

CATES RESPONDS TO CRITIC 

OWASA WOULD SEE HILLSBOROUGH THROUGH DRY SUMMER 



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N E 


E 




L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 


10/22/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


12/31/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


1/07/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


1/03/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


4 


N 


CHH 1 


1/15/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


1/20/1989 A 


3 P N R63 


CHH 1 


2/14/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


2/14/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


3 P N R63 


CHH 1 


2/16/1989 A 


1 


P N M20 


CHH 1 


2/16/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


2/17/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


2/20/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


2/23/1989 A 


4 T T C 


CHH 1 


2/25/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


2/28/1989 A 


3 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/01/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


3/02/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


3/04/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/10/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/11/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


3/12/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


3/14/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/15/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


3/17/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/20/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/21/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/21/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


3/21/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/21/1989 A 


3 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/22/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/22/1989 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


1 


P N R63 


CHH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


3/24/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


3/29/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


4/01/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


4/04/1989 A 


1 


P N H90 


CHH 1 


4/06/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 


4/06/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 


4/20/1989 A 


1 


P N M20 


CHH 1 


4/22/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


4/30/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


5/C8/1989 A 


1 


P N M20 


CHH 1 


5/09/ 1989 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


5/10/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


CHH 1 


5/17/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 


5/27/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


6/04/1989 B 


1 


r F C50 


CHH 1 


6/06/1989 A 


2 


N D38 


CHH 1 


6/06/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


6/07/1989 A 


4 


U 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


6/12/1989 A 


1 


» N D38 


CHH 1 


6/20/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


6/21/1989 A 


1 


N D38 


CHH 1 


6/21/1989 A 


3 


N D38 
L 
» N L90 


CHH 1 


6/21/1989 A 


4 


CHH 1 


6/24/1989 A 


i i 



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Y/ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 - 



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12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



POTENTIAL MAYORAL CANDIDATES KEEPING DECISIONS CLOSE TO VESTS 
CHALLENGE TO DEBATE IS DISRESPECTFUL 
BOARDS TO DISCUSS RESERVOIR ISSUES 
PAGE DUMPED AS ADJUSTMENT BOARD HEAD 
BOARD INDICTS ITSELF 

LOCKSMITH SUES CATE3 FOR PAYMENT 

CATES READY FOR ANOTHER TERM OF 'CONTROVERSY* 
A HILLSBOROUGH FABLE _ 

Ei^GH^ulVffirTS^ ON ZONING TO HALT STRIP DEVELOPMENT 

JOHNSON ISSUES CHALLENGE TO CATES 

RUST-COLORED WATER FLOWS ONCE MORE _ __ 

CONFUSION REIGNS OVER RAISES FOR HILLSBOROUGH EMPLOYEES 

TOWN MAY RECONSIDER EASTERN BYPASS 

THE RETURN OF KING WAFFLE 

ES^I^WKeK DISCHARGE TESTS 
CATES MAY ASK TWO ON TREE BOARD TO RESIGN 
SMALL VOICES RESPONDS TO CATES' CHARGES 
SEWER STORY OMITS IMPORTANT POJjfT, 
CATES PERSECUTES SMALL VOICES MEMBERS 
CATES, JOHNSON HEADED FOR 'JAIL' 
COURTHOUSE LANDSCAPING DRAWS IRE 
SMALL VOICES CHARGES CATES WITH INTIMIDATION 

MAYOR SHOULD APOLOGIZE 

TOWN, COUNTY TO WRESTLE WATER ISSUES 

OFFICIALS IRON OUT RESERVOIR ISSUES 

CREATIVE SPENDING: THE SEQUEL 

BOND VOTE COULD COME NEXT SPRING 

CONTROVERSY STARTS AT ORANGE COUNTY LINE/ROLLANB URENN 

A REAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST 

WATER BOND DELAYED. MEETING IS CANCELED 

ENO MOUNTAIN ROAD SET TO REOPEN 

WATER SUPPLY WORRIES HILLSBOROUGH FIRE CHIEF 

BOARD OKS FUNDS FOR WATER PROJECTS 

HILLSBOROUGH TRIES NEW WATER CLARIFIER 

CATES PLANNING HOG OF A REQUEST 

PAGE LOSES OUT ON BOARD APPOINTMENT 

CLEAN WATER, NOT EXCUSES 

PIPE TEST WORRIES OFFICIALS 

THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF KING WAFFLE 

CLOUD LIFTS ON HILLSBOROUGH WATER UOES 

SMALL VOICES WON'T ENDORSE CANDIDATES 

STATE DOT TO PICK UP TAB FOR ENO MOUNTAIN BRIDGE 

LAKE DREDGING TO BEGIN MONDAY 

WAFFLES 1, OPPOSITION _ 

CATES FIGURES 73X ON WEST HILL AVENUE SUPPORT CHANGES 

CATES, JOHNSON TO SQUARE OFF AT DINER 

REFRAIN FROM ENO DEBATE, CITIZENS GROUP ASKS CATES 

CATES' CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 

NEMESES TAKE TO THE PODIUM 

ENO BRIDGE OK LIKELY, DOT OFFICIAL SAYS 

SMALL VOICES WON'T ENDORSE CANDIDATES 

BEHIND THE WAFFLE DEBATE 

CATES A STRONG ADVOCATE OF ENVIRONMENT 

PICKETERS, CHEERS GREET RESTAURANT'S OPENING DAY 

CATES, JOHNSON AT ODDS ON DEVELOPMENT, WATER 

JOHNSON, CATES ISSUE MAILINGS IN MAYORAL RACE 

'COCKEYED REASONING' 

CATES IGNORES CITIZENS 

SIGNS SHOW PERSONAL OPINION, KYLE SAYS 

JOHNSON, CATES AT ODDS ON DURHAM PIPELINE PLAN 

JOHNSON REBUFFS CATES' STATEMENT 

COATTAILS MAY BE LONG IN HILLSBOROUGH ELECTION 

IN HILLSBOROUGH, VOTERS RELUCTANT TO PREDICT VICTOR 

HILLSBOROUGH RESERVOIR IS BETTER CHOICE 

FRED CATES WANTS TO LEAD HILLSBOROUGH (ADV) ^„™ 

HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR AND TOWN BOARDJVOTE FOR ONE MAYOR AND TWO MEH€RS 

HILLSBOROUGH VOTERS CONSIDER THESE FACTS/VOTE FOR FRED CATES FOR MAYOR 







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4 E 


CHH 1 


6/26/1989 A 


1 P N D38 


CHH 1 


6/29/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


6/30/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


7/01/1989 A 


1 N B38 


CHH 1 


7/02/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


7/04/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


7/12/1989 A 


1 P N D38 


CHH 1 


7/12/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


7/20/1989 A 


3 P N D38 


CHH 1 


7/24/1989 A 


3 N D33 


CHH 1 


7/25/1989 A 


1 P N D38 


CHH 1 


7/29/1989 A 


3 N D38 


CHH 1 


7/29/1989 A 


3 P N D38 


CHH 1 


7/31/1989 A 


1 P N D38 


CHH 1 


8/06/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


8/10/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


8/11/1989 A 


1 P N D38 


CHH 1 


8/11/1989 A 


3 N D38 


CHH 1 


8/12/1989 A 


3 N D38 


CHH 1 


8/12/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


8/12/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


8/16/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


8/16/1989 A 


3 P N D38 


CHH 1 


8/18/1989 A 


3 N D38 


CHH 1 


8/18/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


8/21/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


8/22/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


8/22/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


8/23/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


8/23/1989 A 


4 U 


CHH 1 


8/25/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


1 8/28/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


I 8/29/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


CHH 1 


I 9/01/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 


, 9/07/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


CHH 


I 9/08/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 


I 9/11/1989 A 


1 N D38 


CHH 


I 9/12/1989 A 


3 N D38 


CHH 


I 9/12/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 


1 9/15/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 


I 9/15/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 


t 9/16/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 


I 9/17/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 


I 10/10/1989 A 


1 N W57 


CHH 


I 10/11/1989 A 


3 P N W57 


CHH 


I 10/15/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 


L 10/17/1989 A 


3 M N W57 


CHH 


I 10/18/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 


I 10/18/1989 A 


3 N W57 


CHH 


I 10/18/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 


I 10/19/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 


L 10/20/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 


I 10/21/1989 A 


1 N W57 


CHH 


1 10/22/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 


1 10/22/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 


1 10/23/1989 A 


1 P N 


CHH 


1 10/25/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 


1 10/25/1989 A 


3 N W57 


CHH 


1 10/25/1989 A 


1 L 


CHH 


1 10/26/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 


1 10/31/1989 A 


1 N W57 


CHH 


1 11/01/1989 A 


1 N W57 


CHH 


1 11/02/1989 A 


3 P N W57 


CHH 


1 11/03/1989 A 


1 Q U57 


CHH 


1 11/05/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 


1 11/05/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 


1 11/05/1989 A 


5 A 


CHH 


1 11/05/1989 A 


9 P N 


CHH 


1 11/06/1989 A 


7 A 



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12/31/1939 



e y 



JOHNSON SLIDES PAST CATES, WINS WITH 31 VOTES 

JOHNSON EDGES CATES 

CATES, KARTWELL TRADE JABS ABOUT 'LEAKY* SLUDGE TRUCK 

CATES DEFEATED 

J OHNSO N'S BOARD SEAT UP FOR GRABS 

BETTER RELATIONS PREDICTED 

OFFICIALS VEXED BY SLUDGE SITES 

THRIFT SHOP PONDERS PAYMENT OF WATERLINE RELOCATION 

JOHNSON WOULD DUMP PRIBGEN/UNSURE ABOUT TOWN MANAGER 

RESIDENTS DISAVOU PETITION, CATES SAYS 

WHICH DIRECTION IN THE FUTURE? 

DIFFERENT APPROACH, BUT SAME PROBLEMS 

CATES! WHERE TO FROM HERE? 

CATES LISTS ACHIEVEMENTS 

XiHNSON BEGINS MAYORAL TERM BEFORE PACKED CROWD 

LLOYD APPARENTLY SERVO ILLEGAL TERM IN EARLY '70'S 

CATES SAYS HE KNEW LLOYD WAS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR OFFICE 

CATES, GENOVIA 

MOTHERS OF THE YEAR IN ORANGE COUNTY 

CATES, GEORGE JR. (DRUG CHARGES) 

DRUG CASE EVIDENCE SURGICALLY REMOVED 

MAN WHO SWALLOWED PLASTIC BAGS IS 'STABLE' AFTER SURGERY AT DUKE 
COCAINE SUSPECT ARRESTED FOLLOWING HOSPITAL DISCHARGE 
SURGEON REMOVES EVIDENCE FROM SUSPECT'S INTESTINES 

CATES, JEFFERY LEE (PRISON ESCAPEE) 
PERSON COUNTY SEEKS 4 ESCAPEES 
3 OF 4 PERSON JAIL ESCAPEES CAUGHT 
ROXBORO MAN GETS 72-YEAR SENTENCE 

CATES, JOHN ALLEN (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/BUSINESSMAN IS CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

ASSAULT TRIAL BEGINS 

REALTOR CONVICTED ON ASSAULT CHARGE 

CATES, PAUL IVAN 

CHASE ENDS WITH POLICEMAN DODGING ASSAULT BY DIRT BIKE 

CATES, RONEY 

SPECIAL MONTH FIGHTS MYTHS ABOUT DRINKING 

CATES, ROSE MATTHEWS (DECEASED) 

FUNERAL SERVICE TODAY FOR MRS. CATES, AGE 102 

CATHEY, ZACK 

PARENTS REJOICE*. 'ZACK'S OUR OWN LITTLE SUCCESS STORY' 

CATLETT, GALE 

CATLETT'S ALTERNATIVE: MATCHUP WITH 'K' 

CAUCE, CESAR (DECEASED) 

BLOODY ANNIVERSARY HITS HOME IN DURHAM 

ECLECTIC MIX OF RECOLLECTIONS, HYMNS, PRAYERS HONORS FIVE VICTIMS... 

GREENSBORO SURVIVORS STRAIN TO BALANCE TIME, MEMORIES 

CAUDLE. NEIL (AUTHOR) 

NO IMPOSTOR/NEIL CAUDLE 

CAUSBY, GENE 

BOARD BEGINS SEARCH FOR SUPERINTENDENT 

CAUTHEN, JANE (GREENSBORO) 

EARLY PAROLES UNWARRANTED 

CAVAZOS, LAURO F. (SECRETARY OF EDUCATION) 
HILLANDALE ART HEADS FOR D.C. OFFICE 

CAVIN, JEAN GORDON (DECEASED) 



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H 2 11/08/1989 A 


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H 3 11/08/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 


3 P P C45 


CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 


3 N W57 


CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 11/10/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 11/12/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 12/02/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 1 12/03/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 12/10/1989 A 


1 M N W57 


CHH 1 12/10/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 1 12/10/1989 A 


1 N W57 


CHH 1 12/10/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 1 12/21/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 1 12/21/1989 A 


1 N W5? 



CHH 1 5/14/1989- A 9 P F 



H 2 3/05/1989 A 1 N M51 

S 2 3/06/1989 C 1 N 

H 2 3/14/1989 C 1 N 

H 2 12/16/1989 C 1 N 



S 2 3/14/1989 A 
H 2 3/15/1989 C 
H 1 8/31/1989 C 



1 N B53 
1 P N 
1 P N T33 



CHH 1 3/26/1989 A 5 N 
CHH 1 10/10/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 3 N H90 



H 2 5/24/1989 C 1 N 

S 2 4/01/1989 C 1 P N H65 

H 2 2/27/1989 B 6 

H 2 6/04/1989 E 1 P F M60 

H 2 3/18/1989 D 1 P N M14 



H 2 11/01/1989 A 1 D N S69 
H 2 11/04/1989 C 1 P N S69 
H 2 11/05/1989 A 1 P N S69 



CHH 1 11/13/1989 A 3 P R H90 

H 2 3/01/1989 C 1 N J40 

H 2 1/06/1989 A 4 L 

S 2 11/11/1989 C 1 N 



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MRS. CAVIN, WIFE OF FORMER MAYOR 

CAVINESS, VERNE S. DR. 

ORRINGER NAMED CAVINESS PROF. 

CAULEY FRANK 

CONTRACTORS' DISPUTE LEADS TO THEFT CHARGE 

CAZA, TERRENCE (ACTOR) _ 

'FOR LEASE OR SALE' OPENS JAN, 25 

CEAUSESCU, NICOLAE 

CHINKS IN CEAUSESU'S ARMOR 

COURAGE CHASES AWAY A TYRANT 

FUNDERBURK SLAMS PAST U.S. SUPPORT OF ROMANIA 

FREEDOM IS SWEET DESPITE BLOODY COST 

CECIL, DIANE RENEE OVERAKER 

ROCK IN FRY PROMPTS MCDONALD'S LAWSUIT 

^^PHYsll^ C SHOULD LOOK FOR MORE ABUSE CASES 

CELL, GILLIAN DR. (UNC-OO 

MINOR ISSUE MAJOR CONCERN AT UNC AnnnTllTMM . 
STUDENTS CHALLENGE UNC HISTORY DEPT. APPOINTMENT 
HARDIN BACKS CELL FOR REAPPOINTMENT 

CaL^OINTMENT CALLED FOREGONE CONCLUSION/GOVERNORS VOTE NEXT 
CELL AGREES TO REQUEST FOR COMMITTEE 
CELL ARTICLE EDITORIALIZED 

CELLA, EUGENE 

LENGTH OF HAYTI RECORDS REVIEW UNKNOWN-OFFICIAL 

CENTER, ROSE 

CAMERA BUFF CAPTURES MOTHER NATURE'S FURY 

CENTER, STEPHEN 

CAMERA BUFF CAPTURES MOTHER NATURE'S FURY 

CERVERIS, MARISA 

KAY LOWE HEADLINES ART AUCTION 

CEZANNE, PAUL 

EARLY CEZANNE: GREATNESS AMONG TRIALS AND ERRORS 

CHABAKU, HOTLALEPULA 

ANTI-APARTHEID RALLY SET FOR WEDNESDAY 

CHADWICK, RAY 

DIAMOND CHIPS 

CHAGALL, MARC 

PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION/WORKS OF 2 PAINTERS SHOWN TOGETHER... 

CHALK, RICHARD (R-GUILFORD) 

SEXUAL ASSAULT BILL LEADS TO RIDICULE 

CHALMERS, EARL DOUGLAS (ASSAULT CHARGE) 
WOMAN ARRESTED FOR STABBING MAN 

CHALMERS, THOMASINA A. (MATH TEACHER) 
HAPPY MATH TEACHER 
'I'LL TRY' MOTTO GUIDES TOP CITY MATH TEACHER 

CHAMBERLAIN, ELIZABETH S. 

SEN. ROYALL WAS INFORMED ABOUT DURHAM ANTI-BIAS BILL 

CHAMBERLAIN, J. GORDON 



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CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 
H 2 6/21/1989 C 
CHH 1 1/16/1989 A 



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10 P N 

1 N C47 

5 P N 



H 2 12/17/1989 D 2 P U H49 

H 2 12/23/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 12/24/1989 A 1 P N 

S 2 12/27/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 11/21/1989 A 3 N H90 
CHH 1 1/08/1989 A 3 P N L90 



CHH 1 2/20/1989 A 3 P N 

CHH 1 3/24/1989 A 1 N 

CHH 1 11/18/1989 A 1 P N S17 

CHH 1 12/03/1989 A 4 L 

ON DEAN CHH 1 12/06/1989 A 1 P N S17 

CHH 1 12/06/1989 A 1 N M25 

CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 4 L 



H 2 4/26/1989 D 10 N S69 

S 2 5/10/1989 B 1 P N A76 

S 2 5/10/1989 B 1 P N A76 

H 2 3/29/1989 D 10 P N 

H 2 4/14/1989 D 5 P R G68 

CHH 1 5/20/1989 A 3 N 

S 2 8/19/1989 B 1 P U P52 

H 2 6/05/1989 A 6 P F Zll 

S 2 5/12/1989 A 5 J Oil 

S 2 11/24/1989 C 1 N B53 



S 2 11/07/1989 C 1 P P K30 
S 2 11/09/1989 C 1 P N Yll 



H 2 7/06/1989 A 4 L 



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MINISTER? IFC NEEDS EVEN MORE SUPPORT 

CHAMBERLAIN, RHETT JR. 
FOR HELP WITH A JOB 
KIWANIS AWARD 
SURVEY PREDICTS JOBS WON'T BE EASY TO FIND 

CHAMBERLIN, J. GORDON REV. 

'SCREAM MORE,' SAYS ADVOCATE FOR POOR 
EXPERT! CHURCHES NOT FIGHTING POVERTY 

CHAMBERS, JULIUS L. DR. 

PRINCIPALS AT NCCU BANQUET 

NCCU TRUSTEE CHAIRMANSHIP SELECTION RAPPED 

CHAMP AGNE, MARY 

HELPING PATIENTS; SCHOOL OF NURSING RECEIVES GRANT TO STUDY... 
STUDY OF BED SORES INCLUDES AREA PATIENTS 

CHAMPION, BRIAN 

DURHAM BULLS, 1989 
LEWIS' BLAST EARNS MVP 

CHAN, DAVIB (PHOTOGRAPHER) 
AND THE SHOOT GOES ON... 
LOVE OF PHOTOGRAPHY IS CHAN'S MOTIVATION 

CHANDLER, CHARLES 
THE COMEBACK 

BOLTON J VALVANO COMMITTED FOUL 
GOLENBOCK DEFENDS PERSONAL FOULS 
FOR BERNARD, NATIONAL TITLE WASN'T TICKET INTO DIVISION I 

CHANDLER, CHARLES RUSSELL (DECEASED) 

CHANDLER, 32- YEAR FIRE DEPARTMENT WORKER 

CHANDLER, CLARK EDWARD (DRUG CHARGES) 
BUTNER OFFICERS SEI7JZ UNCUT COCAINE 

CHANDLER, GRANT DOUGLAS (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR BATTERS SLEEPING WOMAN WITH BRICK 

CHANDLER, HAROLD MONTAGUE (DECEASED) 
AGRICULTURAL LEADER CHANDLER, 83 

CHANDLER, STEPHEN 

HOME EXERCISE EQUIPMENT HOT NEW TREND 

CHANEY, JAMES (CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT) 

SERVICE TO HONOR CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS 
CIVIL RIGHTS VETERANS TO GATHER AT NCCU 
FARMER: REDOUBLE EFFORTS TO FIGHT RACISM 

CHANEY, RICHARD G. 

DURHAM COMPANIONS CAN HELP KEEP YOUTH AWAY FROM CRIME 
LABARRE'S COLLEAGUES AMBIVALENT ON PROBE OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

CHANCERY, LORETTA 

CHIEF WANTS TO OVERHAUL OPERATIONS 

CHAP, MARY ANN 

RAPE, ABUSE REPORTS UP 14 PERCENT 

DIFFICULTIES OVERSHADOW GOOD CHEER OF ANNUAL RAPE CENTER SILENT 



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P D — DATE — C 



I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 



CHH 1 5/28/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 3/17/1989 A 
S 2 3/17/1989 A 
S 2 6/15/1989 C 



H 2 3/08/1989 C 
CHH 1 4/23/1989 A 



H 2 4/09/1989 B 
H 2 12/22/1989 C 



CHH 1 1/13/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/17/1989 A 



H 2 4/25/1989 B 
S 2 7/19/1989 D 



CHH 1 10/31/198? A 
CHH 1 10/31/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/09/1989 A 

H 2 7/29/1989 D 

H 2 7/31/1989 B 

H 2 8/07/1989 B 



H 2 4/24/1989 C 

H 2 2/14/1989 C 

H 2 8/21/1989 A 

H 2 3/28/1989 C 

S 2 5/19/1989 B 



H 2 6/09/1989 A 
H 2 6/17/1989 C 
H 2 6/18/198? B 



S 2 1/17/1989 A 
H 2 4/04/1989 C 



16 P P S76 
9 P P S76 
1 P N T77 



1 P N A54 
3 P N M70 



1 P P C45 
1 N N36 



3 P N S17 
3 P N S17 



2 P F 
1 P N A76 



3 P N 
3 N 



10 P F 

1 P N 

2 P N 
2 P N 



10 

1 N 
13 N M51 
12 P 

1 P F G59 



12 N 

1 N 
1 P N R63 



4 L 
1 N S82 



S 2 8/04/198? C 1 P N S92 



CHAPEK, SUSAN 

'BILLY THE KID* 



THE OLD WEST AS YOU LIKE IT 



CHAPMAN, JIM (CARREORO BUILDING INSPECTOR) 
EATS MEETS WEST ... AT THE ALTAR 



CHH 1 1/10/1989 A 
AUCTION CHH 1 12/10/198? A 



H 2 3/31/1989 D 
CHH 1 2/04/1989 A 



1 P N S17 
3 P N D38 



2 P F W66 

3 P N C62 



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FRED CHAPPELJL OFFERS HEALING 'JOURNEY' UITH NEW VOLUME 
LONG LOVE POEM ENCOMPASSES ALL THINGS FOR POET 

CHAPPELL, UILLIAM ALAN (SHOOTING CHARGE) 

MAN CHARGED UITH SHOOTING EX-OFFICER'S CAR 
POLICE LOG/SHOOTING EX-OFFICER'S CAR CHARGED 

CHARELLE, FELDER 

MAN DOUSED UITH GAS, SET AFIRE 

CHARGOIS, PAIGE REV. 

MARCH REKINDLES SPIRIT OF NON-VIOLENCE 

CHARLES, LALL 

CARTOON UAS SCURRILOUS 

CHARLES, PRINCE 

SPOKEN ENGLISH 
TOUCHE, PREPOSITION 

CHARLES, RAY (MUSICIAN) 

RAY CHARLES HEADLINES AT ARTS OPENING 

ruApue mark ALEXANDER 

FIROPOLICE DISPATCHER SUES DURHAM (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-2-89) 
CORRECTION 

LAUYERWS POLICE CHIEF REFUSES REQUEST FOR RECORDS OF PROBE 
STATE AUTHORITIES RULE DURHAM INVESTMENT GROUP A 'PYRAMID' 

CHASE, APRIL JEANETTE (DUI CHARGES) _ _ t 

POLICE LOG/TWO PEOPLE FACE CHARGES OF DUI 

CHATHAM, FRED (FOOTBALL) 

CHATHAM JOINS DUKE STAFF 

CHAVIOUS, KEN (FINANCE DIRECTOR, ORANGE CO.) 
COUNTY CALLED FINANCIALLY HEALTHY 

CHAVIS, HERBERT (DRUG CHARGE) „, 

POLICE LOG/P.D. QUIX STORE HELD UP BY 2 MEN 

CHAVIS, QUINTEN (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE HOLD MAN, SEEK 2ND IN MURDER 
ARREST MADE IN STABBING DEATH 
DURHAM POLICE SEEK 2ND MAN IN SLAYING 
POLICE CHARGE 2ND MAN IN FATAL STABBING 
F1DLICE ARREST SECOND MAN IN STABBING DEATH 
2 MEN INDICTED FOR MURDER _ _ _ _ 
POLICE LOG/SHOOTING EX-OFFICER'S CAR CHARGED 

CHEATHAM, JOEL EDUARD (DRUG CHARGES) 

OXFORD POLICE SEIZE 59 HEROIN BUNDLES 

CHEATHAM, MATTHEU (DRUG CHARGES) 

OXFORD POLICE SEIZE 59 HEROIN BUNDLES 

CHEEK, ALTON 

AREA SCHOOLS REFLECT PUNISHMENT DEBATE 

SUMMER SCHOOL/FOR AREA PRINCIPALS, SUMMER IS NOT A TIME FOR VACATIONS 

CHEEK, DAVID STALEY (ALAMANCE COUNTY) 

ALAMANCE BUDGET IS DELAYING RETIREMENT OF COLLEEN FOUST 

^^COLD AND FRESH/40 YEARS OF BUSINESS 4 GOING STRONG UITH... MILK DELIVERY 

CHENEY, LYNNE V. 

UHEN UILL WE GET MAGNA MAD? 



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H 
H 


2 6/04/1989 D 
2 12/24/1989 D 


3 P R 
3 R 


S 
H 


2 10/17/1989 C 
2 10/18/1989 C 


1 N B53 
1 N M51 


H 


2 9/14/1989 C 


3 N 


S 


2 2/10/1989 A 


6 P F S27 


H 


2 1/20/1989 A 


4 L 


H 
H 


2 7/08/1989 A 
2 7/17/1989 A 


4 E 
4 E 



H 2 1/15/1989 E 12 P N 



H 2 4/29/1989 C 1 N 

S 2 5/01/1989 A 2 N 

H 2 5/02/1989 A 2 N 

S 2 5/05/1989 C 1 N B53 

S 2 8/24/1989 A 1 N B53 



CHH 1 8/19/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 3/01/1989 C 4 N 

CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 1 N M20 

H 2 12/17/1989 B 1 N M51 



S 2 6/12/1989 C 1 N B53 

H 2 6/13/1989 C 14 N 

S 2 6/13/1989 A 12 N B53 

S 2 6/15/1989 C 1 N B53 

H 2 6/16/1989 C 2 N 

H 2 7/26/1989 C 2 N 

H 2 10/18/1989 C 1 N M51 



H 1 1/24/1989 B 1 N 
H 1 1/24/1989 B 1 N 



CHH 1 3/14/1989 A 1 N C62 
CHH 1 6/24/1989 A 3 P N M25 



H 1 3/07/1989 B 1 N H60 
CHH 1 8/20/1989 A 3 P N 
H 2 10/11/1989 A 4 E 



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UNC LANDS N.Y. GUARD 

CHERRY WILLIE 

LAST OF ELEVATOR OPERATORS A BONUS WITH PURCHASE OF SNOW BUILDING 

CHESHIRE, LUCIUS N. (HILLSBOROUGH) 

SHOOTING SPREE IN HILLSBOROUGH LEAVES ONE HURT 

CHESSON, WES (FOOTBALL) 

BLUE DEVILS LACE TOGETHER A VICTORY 

CHESTNUT, EARL (DURHAM STRIDERS' COACH) 

CHESTNUT BRANCHES OUT WITH TRIANGLE ALL-STARS 

CHESTNUT, JACK (CAROL WOODS RETIREMENT COMMUNITY) 

'BROADWAY JACK' PROMISES, DELIVERS TABLE TENNIS WIN 

CHI, HSI-SHENG 

CHINA NEVER MEANT TO GIVE IN, UNC PROFESSOR SAYS 
STRUGGLE IN CHINA NOT OVER, CHI SAYS 

CHICK, NOVELLA BULLOCK 

THREE-WAY RACE SET FOR GRANVILLE SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT SEAT 

CHILCUTT, PETER (BASKETBALL PLAYER) 

DIFFERENT CHILCUTT WILL TAKE FLOOR IN HOME STATE 
TIDE ROLLS PAST TAR HEELS, SPOILS CHILCUTT HOMECOMING 

CHILBERS, HOYT 

A WALK THROUGH TIME AT MINGUS CREEK 

WONDERS WASH UP ON OCRACOKE'S SHORES 

LOCAL GOOD OL' BOYS HAVE BAD OL' AIM/NATIVE SON 

MOBILE PHONES - IN STYLE AND OUT OF LINE 

LAWN ALTERNATIVES: WHEN 'MOWER* IS LESS 

DILEMMA: THE AMAZING SHRINKING MOVIE SCREEN/NATIVE SON 

'THE EAGLE HAS LANDED': MEMORIES OF A RARE EVENT 

THE MIRACLE OF LEARNING, AND PEOPLE WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE 

SMALL VICTORIES, OR TURNING THE TABLES ON THE TIME BANDITS 

BEWARE TH E ATT ACK OF THE BLOOD-SUCKING CREDIT CARD 

NOTHING BETTER'N FLORIDA'S CAROLINA POMFANO, DEEP-FRIED 'GATOR TAIL 

MODEL BOAT BRINGS BACK MEMORIES OF EXTRAORDINARY MAN 

CAR DEALERS, HORSE TRADERS — ONE AND THE SAME 

YOU LOVE THEM DESPITE THE FACT THAT THEIR FEET ARE LIKE ICE 

O PEN-D OOR COMMUNITIES: IS THIEVERY TURNING THE LOCKS'' 

BETTER THAN WELL, AND BY GOD'S GRACE A LUCKY MAN 

FALL CHILL USHERS IN PRIME WOOD STOVE WEATHER/NATIVE SON 

CAN'T BEAT THE SKILL OF A SHADE-TREE MECHANIC 

WOOD HEAT NIGHTMARES OR, THE CURSE OF THE WOODPILE ALBATROSS 

GUINEA HENS RUN AFOWL OF ORANGE COUNTY MOTORISTS 

WHERE SPIDERS GO IN THE WINTERTIME... HONEST 

ONE OFFSHORE OIL SPILL EVERY 20 YEARS IS TOO BIG A GAMBLE 

YET ANOTHER OPPRESSED ORANGE CO. MINORITY IDENTIFIED 

TO GOOD BUDDIES, GOOD LUCK AND GOOD PICKUP TRUCKS 

WATCH FOR BOVINE EXFELLANT RETAINING DEVICE ORDINANCE 

'WILLIE,' YOU SEEM SO CONTENT IN YOUR SOLITUDE 

THE GIFT THAT MADE IT POSSIBLE FOR HUMANS HEARTS TO CHAN6E 

DECADE PAST WAS A TIME OF PUBLIC, PRIVATE MILESTONES 

CHILDREE, GREG 

RAIN PROMPTS CHANGES IN FISHING CONDITIONS 

CHILDREE, RICHARD 

CRAPPIE, BASS HEAT UP AREA LAKES 

N.C. WILDLIFE COMMISSION SETS WATERFOWL SEASON 

RECENT RAIN HAVING EFFECT ON FALL FISHING 

ANGLERS HAVING LUCK WITH DEEP CRAPPIES 

N.C. WILDLIFE COMMISSION APPOINTS LANEY TRAINING DIRECTOR 

FISHING STILL GOOD AT INLAND LAKES 



H 2 10/01/1989 C 14 N 



H 


2 


9/10/1989 C 


15 


N 


H 


2 


9/17/1989 C 


13 


N 


H 


2 


9/24/1989 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 


10/08/1989 C 


13 


N 


H 


2 


10/15/1989 C 


13 


N 


H 


2 


10/22/1989 C 


15 


N 



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H 2 5/03/1989 D 


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N 


H 2 2/12/1989 B 


1 


U N36 


CHH 1 4/29/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 2 11/17/1989 B 


1 P Q C49 


S 2 5/09/1989 B 


4 P N A76 


S 2 7/04/1989 D 


4 P N A76 


S 2 6/08/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


CHH 1 6/10/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


H 2 2/24/1989 C 


1 


N T33 


H 2 11/30/1989 B 


1 P N C49 


H 2 12/01/1989 B 


1 


N 


CHH 1 6/11/1989 A 


4 


U 


CHH 1 6/18/1989 A 


4 


u 


CHH 1 6/25/1989 A 


4 


u 


CHH 1 7/02/1989 A 


4 


u 


CHH 1 7/09/1989 A 


4 


u 


CHH 1 7/16/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 7/23/1989 A 


3 P U 


CHH 1 7/30/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 8/06/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 8/13/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 8/27/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 9/03/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 9/10/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 9/17/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 9/24/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 10/01/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 10/08/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 10/15/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 10/22/1989 A 


3 


G 


CHH 1 10/29/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 11/05/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 11/12/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 12/03/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 12/10/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 12/24/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 12/31/1989 A 


3 


u 



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ANNUAL INDEX 
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BY NAMES 



NAACP OPENING ANNUAL CONVENTION 

NAACP CHIEF: COURT TURNING BACK CLOCK 

NAACP TOLD BUSH BACKS PROGRESS FOR CIVIL RIGHTS 

COURT RULINGS DOMINATE GRIM NAACP MEETING _,„,. 

ACCOUNT OF NAACP MEETING LACKED HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 

CHILDRESS, ROBERT L. (TENNESSEE) 
PAPERBOYS BECOME 'STARS' 

CHILDS, CHARLES B. 

TECHNIQUE BONDS GOLD TO DIAMONDS 

CHILDS, LUCINDA (CHOREOGRAPHER) 

CHOREOGRAPHER TO OPEN DUKE INTER-ARTS FESTIVAL 
LUCINDA CHILDS SPEAKS AT DUKE 

CHILDS, STANLEY D. (DECEASED) „ 

HENDERSON SHOOTING LEAVES MAN DEAD, WOMAN WOUNDED 

CHILTON, MAURICE (N,C. STATE TROOPER) 
TROOPER WINS STATE'S HEROISM AWARD 

CHIMELIS, RON _ 

EAGLES NIP SACRED HEART ON FT 

CHITTILLA, SURYANARAYANA 

DURHAM HIGH TEACHER LOSES SIGHT IN BLAST 
FUND SET UP TO HELP CHEMISTRY TEACHER 
DBS TEACHER MAY PAY HIGH COST FOR HEROISM 

TEACHER DESERVES CITATION 

DURHAM HIGH'S TEACHER HERO TO GET AWARD FROM MARTIN 

DURHAM MAN GETS AWARD FOR BRAVERY 

DURHAM TEACHER RECEIVES AWARD 

TEACHER DESERVES AWARD 

APPLAUDING CLASSROOM HEROISM 

JERRY GENTRY/BEING COURAGEOUS ISN'T ALWAYS EASY 

SCHOOL HONORS HERO TEACHER 

'ENO DRIVE' IS OUT OF THE LOOP 

CHITTILLA RETURNS TO DHS CLASSROOM 

HERO HONORED 

HEROISM LANDS TEACHER ON TV SHOW 

CBS TV SHOW RE-ENACTS HEROISM AT DURHAM HIGH 

CHITWOOD, MICHAEL 

TAR HEEL WRITERS MAKING STRIDES IN LITERARY WORLD 

CHRISCOE, HARVEY (LOGGING ACCIDENT) 
LOGGING MISHAP 

CHRISTENSEN, NORMAN L. (BOTANY PROFESSOR) 

AIR RADAR GIVES GROUND-EYE VIEW OF FORESTS 

CHRISTIE, DEBORAH C. _ „__ „„„ 

NOW DURHAM HAS A CHANCE TO DO CAROLINA THEATRE RIGHT 

CHRISThAN, ALLAN CHARLES (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH DWI, OTHER OFFENSES 

CHRISTOPHER, ELIZABETH 

Pf<ICE SAYS HEALTH CARE PROBLEMS ON THE HORIZON 

CARRBORO PROGRAM TAKES AIM AT LACK OF PART-TIME CHILD CARE 

FOOT PATROL SERVICE OFTEN OVERLOOKED, POLICE OFFICIAL SAYS 

GENERAL: U.S. TAKING IT SLOW UITH SOVIETS 

ABUSE PUTS DRUG TRAFFICKING INTO FOREIGN-POLICY LIMELIGHT 

LOCAL CANCER GROUP TO ENLIST HELP OF ACTORS TO RAISE FUNDS 

COPING WITH THE DEBT CRUNCH (CORRECTED 10-10-89) 

CHRISTOPHER, GLENN HOPKINS (DWI CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/THREE CHARGED UITH DWI 

CHRISTOPHER, RUBY LEE (DECEASED) 



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7/09/1989 B 
7/10/1989 A 
7/13/1989 A 
7/16/1989 B 
8/02/1989 A 



N C47 
P N C47 
N C47 
N C47 
L 



S 2 8/21/1989 A 1 P F U57 



CHH 1 7/14/1989 A 7 N 



2 2/24/1989 C 
2 3/02/1989 D 



H 1 7/14/1989 C 



H 2 10/28/1989 C 



2 N 
7 P N 



1 N 

2 P N 



S 2 3/24/1989 D 1 P N 



H 2 


2/02/1989 A 


1 P N J40 


H 2 


2/03/1989 C 


1 N J40 


S 2 


2/04/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


2/08/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


2/18/1989 A 


1 N J40 


H 2 


2/21/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


S 2 


2/21/1989 A 


1 P N S76 


S 2 


2/22/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


2/23/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


2/25/1989 A 


4 U G33 


S 2 


4/05/1989 A 


6 N 


S 2 


4/18/1989 A 


1 N M06 


S 2 


4/28/1989 A 


8 P U T37 


S 2 


5/31/1989 A 


3 P P K30 


S 2 10/30/1989 C 


1 P N E33 


H 2 10/31/1989 C 


1 P N C47 


H 2 


6/04/1989 D 


3 U H45 


CHH 1 


8/09/1989 A 


1 P P L38 


S 2 


3/14/1989 C 


1 N 


H 2 


1/13/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


8/09/1989 A 


7 N 


CHH 1 


2/24/1989 A 


8 P N 


CHH 1 


2/27/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


2/27/1989 A 


5 P F 


CHH 1 


3/05/1989 A 


9 P N 


CHH 1 


4/10/1939 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/22/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


10/09/1989 A 


1 P G 



CHH 1 8/13/1989 A 3 N 



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HICKORY NURSE CHARGED IN PATIENTS' DEATH MISSES CARING FOR PEOPLE 

CHUMBLEY, ROBERT (COMPOSER) 

ENCOUNTERS' GROUP JUST KEPT PLAYING 

CHURCH, EMMA ROSE (DECEASED) 

EMMA CHURCH, LEGISLATOR'S WIFE 

CICARELLI, JOSE 

POLICE'S TRAFFIC SOBRIETY TEST MOSTLY GREEK TO BRAZILIAN MOTORIST.., 

CIPAU, GABRIEL R. DR. 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME NAMES EXECUTIVE VP 

CIPPOLLDNE, ROSE 

SECRET MEMOS DETAIL LIGGETT'S TOBACCO RESEARCH IN '50S 

CLAIBORNE, JERRY 

CLAIBORNE'S WILDCATS MIGHT HAVE FAMILIAR LOOK FOR TAR HEELS 
CLAIBORNE'S 'CATS FINALLY READY TO BID FOR SEC TITLE'' 

CLAPP, DORIS (TEACHER) 

BANK GIVES AWARDS TO TEACHERS 

CLAPP, EDWARD G. 

STORE DISQUALIFIED FOR FOOD STAMP VIOLATIONS 

CLARK, ALBERT LEE JR. (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/UNC POLICE CHARGE LOCAL MAN UITH DWI 

CLARK, ALFRED (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MOBILE TELEPHONE TIP LEADS TO DWI ARREST 

CLARK, ALONZO (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CARRBORO MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

CLARK, CANDY (DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE) 

'VICTIMS OF CRIME SHOULD BE TREATED UITH DIGNITY, COMPASSION' 
WOMEN PLAN SUPPORT GROUP TO COMFORT VICTIMS OF CRIME 
DURHAM GROUP WILL HELP CRIME VICTIMS 

SUPPORT GROUP FOR CRIME VICTIMS SETS ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING 
VICTIMS OF VIOLENT CRIME ENCOURAGED BY SUPPORTIVE GROUP 
SLAIN OFFICER'S RELATIVES INVITED TO ATTEND VIGIL 

CLARK, CANDY (PEOPLE ASSISTING VICTIMS) 

CRIME VICTIMS SUPPORT GROUP PLANS SPECIAL CHRISTMAS TREE, FLAG 

CLARK, DICK 

'OLDEST TEEN' WILL BE MISSED 



N E 
P D 



-DATE — C 

H 2 12/17/1989 B 

H 2 3/03/1989 D 

H 2 9/10/1989 B 

H 2 10/01/1989 B 

H 2 5/06/1989 B 

H 2 2/21/1989 A 



H 2 9/14/1989 D 
S 2 9/14/1989 B 



CHH 1 6/03/1989 A 

H 2 8/31/1989 C 

CHH 1 8/24/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/28/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/09/1989 A 



H 2 4/12/1989 D 

H 2 9/11/1989 B 

S 2 9/15/1989 A 

H 2 9/21/1989 C 

H 2 9/27/1989 C 

S 2 12/12/1989 A 



H 2 11/25/1989 C 



2 3/23/1989 A 



CLARK, ERNEST (WRITER) 

TWO AREA WRITERS REVEAL 'NECESSARY INGREDIENTS' FOR SUCCESSFUL THRILLERS H 2 3/19/1989 D 

CLARK, JIM (SAVE THE WATER) 

TREYBURN PLAN GETS COUNTY OK 

GROUP! TIGHTEN LIMITS ON SEWAGE-PLANT PLAN 

ENVIRONMENTALISTS WANT TO PROTECT LAKE 

WATER POLITICS RESURFACE 

TRIANGLE RAIL PLAN WOULD AVOID LOOPS 

RAIL SYSTEM OFFERS HOPE FOR TRANSIT WOES 

DON'T aiMINATE HIGHWAYS 

CITIZENS TO EXPRESS OPINIONS ON ROADS 

ACTIVIST TOUTS ALTERNATIVE TO TRAFFIC LOOPS 

♦TRIANGLE EXPRESS* DESERVES STUDY 

FURTHER STUDY URGED FOR RAIL 



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3 N 
2 

1 U N36 

4 P N K65 
1 N 



1 P N C52 

1 P N F25 



3 N 

1 N S69 

10 N 

3 N 

7 N 



5 N S82 

1 P N S32 

1 N B53 

1 N S82 

1 N S82 

1 P N B53 



1 N S82 
4 E 
3 U H45 



2/14/1989 B 
6/20/1989 C 
8/21/1989 A 
8/26/1989 A 
9/29/1989 A 
9/30/1989 A 
2 10/03/1989 A 
2 11/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 



N H65 

N M06 

N C61 

E 

N C61 

E 

E 

N C61 
1 M N S17 
4 E 
1 P N S17 



CLARK, JIMMIE (EVANGELIST) 

SOVIET FLAGS ARE FLAMMABLE, TOO 

CLARK, JOSEA (SHOOTING VICTIM) 



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SHOOTINGS LEAVE THREE MEN INJURED 

CLARK, LARRY (RESTAURANT OWNER) _ m 
RESTAURANT PLANS SATURDAY LUNCH FOR HOMELESS 

CLARK, HARK (FARMER) 

POULTRY STILL BIG BUSINESS IN CHATHAM 

CLARK, MARTIN MATTHEWS (DWI CHARGES) 

^POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

CLARK, MARTY (BASKETBALL) „,„,„ 

CLARK BECOMES SECOND PLAYER TO COMMIT TO BLUE DEVILS 

CLARK, PHILIP RAYMOND (NEW YEAR BABY) _ „ tm 

CARY COUPLE'S 'TARDY* ARRIVAL BECOMES DURHAM'S 1ST OF '89 

WnUW^V^ CHILDREN'S CLASSIC SET TODAY, SUNDAY 

CLARK, STEVEN JEROME (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES DRUG CHARGES 

CLARK, THERESA (EXTENSION AGENT) 

4-H LAUNCHES FUND-RAISING CAMPAIGN 

CLARK, WILLIAM C. (HARVARD UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR) 
LECTURE SET ON MANAGING ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE 

CLARK, WILLIAM RICHARD (MOTORCYCLE DEATH) 
MAN DIES AFTER CYCLE ACCIDENT 

CLARKE, BILL (THEATRICAL DESIGNER) 

LONG SHOT HAS DESIGttR ON A 'WALK' TO MOSCOW 

CLARKE, JAMIE MCCLURE (D-N.C.) m 

SANFORD, CLARKE PROTEST FUNDS TRANSFER _ 

N.C. CONGRESSMEN HAD TOTAL OF $500,000 IN OUTSIDE INCOME IN '£ 

CLARKE, MILES 

CLARKE MAKES A-A 

EAGLES' CLARKE NAMED ALL-AMERICAN 

AUTOGRAPH HOUNDS 

CLARKEt- PEARSON, DANIEL DR. 

CANCER IN WOMEN MEETING TOPIC 

HLARY JAJ'ES B 

CLARY NAMED VICE PRESIDENT OF ELECTRONICS, SYSTEMS AT RTI 

CLAUSON, GLENDA _ , 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/GLENDA CLAUSON 

CLAYTON, CHARLES M. (DRUG CHARGES) _ 

FOLICE LOG/BREAK-INS AT TWO CHURCHES INVESTIGATED 

CLAYTON, ELIZABETH ANNE MATTHEWS (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 
POLICE! SPEED A FACTOR IN FATAL WRECK 
MRS. CLAYTON, 40; VICTIM OF SINGLE-CAR ACCIDENT 

CLAYTON, RICHARD E. (FUGITIVE) rmmt maM 

FUGITIVE FROM DURHAM ARRESTED l€AR ROUGEMONT BY PERSON COUNTY 

CLAYTON, RICKY (BREAKING AND ENTERING) , m ,_ 

INFORMANTS; SOME ARE PROS, PERHAPS TO EASE PRESSURE ON SELVES 

CLAYTON, SCOTT 

CLAYTON FISHES OUT A 'BIG ONE* 

CLAYTON, WARD 



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7/28/1989 A 


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2 10/13/1989 B 


1 N M88 


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1/02/1989 C 


1 P N M06 


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1 P N K30 


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1 N M51 


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6 P N S27 


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6/06/1989 D 


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AFTER MASTERING SELF, CALCAVECCHIA ON A ROLL 

JJST UHEN END SEEMED NEAR, TREVINO MAKES A BID 

THE MASTERS! GREEN'S ANTICS CAN BE COSTLY 

TREVINO REVELS IN MUDDY CONDITIONS/MASTERS NOTEBOOK 

CRENSHAW STREAKS BY FIELD IN RAIN-DELAYED 3RD ROUND/THE MASTERS 

A GREEN JACKET'S NOT FOR EVERYBODY 

WAITING FOR A WINNER, IT DIDN'T FEEL LIKE SPRINGTIME IN AUGUSTA 

CLAYTON, WILLIE LAURENCE III (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/TUO CHARGED WITH DWI THURSDAY 

CLEARY, GEORGE S. (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MARINE CHARGED WITH DWI SATURDAY 

CLEARY, MIKE 

RECORDINGS CHRONICLE SOUTHERN TRADITIONS 

CLEARY, WALTER E. 

NO DHS ATHLETIC TRAINER DRAWS BOOSTER'S IRE 

DHS BOOSTER SAYS SCHOOLS BREAK SPORTS-TRAINER LAW 

CLEGG, MORRIS LAVERNE "BOO" (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

POLICE LOG/UOMAN BREAKS WRIST SAVING HER PURSE 

CLEGG, THOMAS DR. 
ATOMIC POWER 

CLELAND, RICK 

DURHAM'S SILENT HEROES 

CLEMENT, A. J. HOWARD III 

GULLEY, 3 COUNCILMEN MAY RUN FOR MAYOR 

POLICE TO USE DECOYS TO STEM DUKE ATTACKS 

CLEMENT: TAR HEELS NEED TO GET ON RIGHT TRACK 

CLEMENT'S IDEA WORTH PURSUING 

COUNCILMEN CLASH ON MUTUAL DEAL 

clement: MAYOR FOOT-DRAGGING ON RULE 

GULLEY DENIES STALL ON MAJOR-PROJECTS LAW 

COUNCIL RESETS SESSION TO QUIZ POLICE CHIEF 

DELEGATIONS TO VISIT RUSSIA, JAPAN 

THAT SPELLS RELIEF 

DELEGATION YENS TO TIE KNOT WITH JAPANESE CITY 

FIVE BLACKS MIXED IN FEELINGS ABOUT SPAULDING MEETING 

9 CANDIDATES IN RUNNING FOR COUNCIL 

FLURRY Of FILINGS LEAVES ONLY WILSON UNOPPOSED 

WELLS' FILING CREATES 3-UAY RACE FOR MAYOR 

22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 

CITY ELECTION LINEUP; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 

NEW GROUP HOPES TO INCREASE VOTERS 

FRIENDS OF DURHAM BACK STRAWBRIDGE FOR MAYOR 

TRAIN SERVICE BACKER'S PUSH 'DAILY DOUBLE' 

COUNCILMAN CLEMENT OPPOSES BAN ON SMOKING IN STORES, RESTAURANTS 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

V0TE/»89; VOTING PRECINCT TALLY 

CLEMENT SAYS CITY NEEDS TO CREATE A HOUSING COMMISSION 

VOTE FOR EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL GETS 3, KEEPS 3 WINNERS (ERROR IN RESULTS) 

CITY COUNCIL WARDS/VOTING TALLY (ERROR IN RESULTS) 

GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB REAL WARD 1 WINNER 

HIGH VOTER TURNOUT TURNS VOTE AROUND 

JENKINS CITY'S 1ST BLACK MAYOR 

COMPUTER TWISTS ELECTION RETURNS 

HAYWIRE MACHINE COUNTED PRECINCT VOTE TOTALS TWICE 

CLEMENT CRITICIZES NEW COUNTY JAIL SITE 

A RARE ON-TIME START 

COMMON CHALLENGES 









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4/C8/1989 D 
4/08/1989 D 
4/09/1989 C 
4/09/1989 C 
4/11/1989 D 


1 P U C49 
1 P U C49 
1 P U C49 
3 N C49 
1 P N C49 
6 P U C49 
1 P U C49 



CHH 1 4/21/1989 A 8 N 
CHH 1 5/28/1989 A 5 N 
CHH 1 12/15/1989 A 9 N 



H 2 12/12/1989 C 1 N C47 
S 2 12/12/1989 B 1 N Yll 



H 2 8/15/1989 B 9 N M51 



CHH 1 3/18/1989 A 5 P N 



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12/29/1989 C 


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DURHAM'S SPIRITUAL LEADER 

CLDE 3 T DURHAH REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOST BID 
PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 
COUNTY PLANS OMIT CITY SCHOOLS, IRK CLEMENT 
BOND TO LEAD GROUP OF BLACK OFFICIALS m .„ 
CLEMENT: PLAN FAILS TO ADDRESS NEEDS IN DEVELOPED AREAS 
COMMISSIONERS LOOK TO TRIM BUDGET PLAN 
OFFICIALS CITE NEED FOR MORE TEEN SHELTERS 
SUIT SETTLEMENT SATISFIES COUNTY OFFICIALS 
COMMISSIONER CLEMENT WON'T SEEK RE-ELECTION 
WELL DONE, JOSEPHINE CLEMENT 

GANTT RECRUITS TRIANGLE BACKERS ^ Tm - 

FIVE DURHAM RESIDENTS CHOSEN FOR GANTT ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

""V^VE COME A LONG WAY, BABY/ SPEAKER SAYS OF 1959 INTEGRATION 

THIRTY^YEAR ANWERSARY OF DURHAM'S SCHOOL DESEGREGATION MARKED 
INSIGHT/AN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS 



CLEMENTS, ED 

COUNTY GOVERNMENT GROWS 



•FASTER THAN WAS ... IS PLANNED' 






n FMMFR V\TK fPHAPFL HILL) 

^S-IOULDLETTERS TO THE EDITOR BE BANNED7/GUEST COLUMNIST JACK CLEMMER 
HOMELESSNESS OLD, AWFUL PROBLEM 

CLEMMONS, JEFFREY V. 

BAIL BONDSMAN INDICTED FOR OBSTRUCTING JUSTICE 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 5 

prosecutor: BONDSMAN PAID BRIBE __ 

PROSECUTOR SAYS JURY TO HEAR TAPE IN BONDSMAN TRIAL 

JUDGE BLOCKS DEFENSE EFFORTS TO SHOW ENTRAPMENT OF BONDSMAN 

STATE PLAYS TAPES, RESTS CASE AGAINST BONDSMAN 

BONDSMAN REBUTS BRIBE TESTIMONY 

BONDSMAN SAYS SECURITY OFFICER SOLICITED BRIBE 

BONDSMAN RETURNS TO STAND IN OBSTRUCT I ON-OF- JUSTICE TRIAL 

BONDSMAN HAD CHANCE AT DEAL, PROSECUTOR SAYS 

JURY DELIBERATIONS NEAR IN CASE AGAINST BONDSMAN 

JURORS BEGIN DELIBERATING IN BRIBERY CASE 

JURY CONVICTS BONDSMAN IN BRIBE CASE 

WITNESSES SPEAK OUT FOR BONDSMAN 

BONDSMAN GETS 6 YEARS IN JAIL 

APOLOGETIC BAIL BONDSMAN SENTENCED TO SIX-YEAR TERM 

APPEAL BOND DENIED CLEMMONS 

LARCENY CHARGE DROPPED 

CLENDENIN, JOHN L. (CEO-BELLSOUTH) 

EDUCATORS, INDUSTRY URGED TO UNITE IN IMPROVING SCHOOLS 

BELLSOUTH EXEC: FIRMS, EDUCATORS MUST JOIN TO HELP U.S. COMPETE 

CLIFFORD, MIRIAM 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/MIRIAM CLIFFORD 

CLINE, DAVID 

BASEBALL CAMP WILL BE IN JULY 

CLINE BASEBALL CAMP A BIG 'HIT' WITH YOUNG SLUGGERS 

DAVID CLINE IS 'RETIRING' 

CLINE, JOHN WILLIAM DR. 

HOSPITAL NAMES NEW CHIEF OF STAFF 

CLINELY, DAVID UILLIAM (AUTO THEFT) 

POLICE LOG/BAD CHECK LEADS TO STOLEN CAR 

CLOTFELTER, CHARLES DR. (DUKE UNIV.) 

DUKE ECONOMISTS CRITICAL OF STATE LOTTERIES 



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9/02/1989 
12/13/1989 
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12/30/1989 
12/31/1989 



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8/08/1989 C 

8/09/1989 C 

8/09/1989 B 

8/10/1989 C 

8/10/1989 

8/11/1989 

8/11/1989 

8/12/1989 

8/14/1989 

8/15/1989 

8/16/1989 

8/17/1989 

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8/18/1989 

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S 2 4/25/1989 C 4 U A76 
S 2 7/25/1989 D 3 P U A76 
S 2 9/05/1989 B 5 P N A76 



H 2 2/01/1989 B 12 N 
H 2 11/27/1989 B 1 N M51 
H 2 5/21/1989 A 11 N 



CLOUGH, ALBERT MICHAEL (DWI CHARGES) 



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POLICE LOG/STUDENTS OF SCIENCE, MATH SCHOOL ASSAULTED 

CLUM, JOHN 

DUKE DRAMA'S DOZEN: WORLD PREMIERES FESTIVAL 

CLYDE, CHRISTOPHER P. (COURT-MARTIAL) 

SERGEANT ENTER'S FLEA OF INNOCENT IN MARINE'S DEATH 
DERELICTION OF DUTY CHARGES WITHDRAW 
COURT-MARTIAL BEGINS ON ABANDONING OF MARINE 
FRIEND TESTIFIES HE ASKED ABOUT MISSING MARINE 
MARINE CONVICTED, DEMOTED OVER DEATH OF LANCE CORPORAL 

COATES, ALBERT (DECEASED) 

UNC INSTITUTE FOUNDER COATES DIES 
HE LEAVES HIS MARK OF EXCELLENCE 
FERRELL NAMED TO COATES LAW PROFESSORSHIP 
MEMORIAL CELEBRATION TODAY FOR UNC' S COATES 
ALBERT COATES REMEMBERED AT UNC MEMORIAL SERVICE 
•FOUNDING FATHER' OF LAW ENFORCEMENT 



COATES, GLADYS 

'FOUNDING FATHER' 



OF LAW ENFORCEMENT 



COATS, DALE 

THAT NEW WORLD WEED; DUKE HOMESTEAD'S TOBACCO MUSEUM OUR ROOTS' SHRINE 

COBB, SUSANNAH (TENNIS) 

THOMAS, COBB GIVE TIGERS TITLE 

COBB, TIMOTHY F. (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH DWI OVER WEEKEND 

COBEY, WILLIAM JR. 

RHODES AND COBEY ARE SWITCHING JOBS 

ENO AWARD 

BILL COBEY IS NEW HEAD OF ENVIRONMENT AGENCY 

COBEY'S PERFORMANCE A PLEASANT SURPRISE 

AGENCY MAY REVIEW TAKING OF WATER FROM JORDAN LAKE 

COBLE, HOWARD (U.S. REP.) 

N.C. CONGRESSMEN DIVIDED ON PROPOSED PAY INCREASE 
8 N.C. CONGRESSMEN HAVE CAMPAIGN MONEY LEFT 

COBLE, LARRY DR. 

COBLE AWAITS WORD ON WINSTON-SALEM JOB 

COBLE MAY STILL BE ON LIST FOR JOB 

COBLE CONFIRMS HE IS A FINALIST FOR WINSTON-SALEM SCHOOL JOB 

WINSTON-SALEM BOARD TO RECEIVE LIST OF 12 AT MEETING ON MONDAY 

BOARD VOTES 4-YEAR EXTENSION FOR COBLE 

BOARD VOTES TO EXTEND SUPERINTENDENT'S CONTRACT 

COBLE IS SEMIFINALIST FOR NEW JOB 

WINSTON-SALEM GROUP' TO VISIT FOR COBLE CHECK 

A FLATTERING COURTSHIP 

COBLE IN 'FINAL 4' AT WINSTON-SALEM 

COBLE MAKES WINSTON'S FINAL 4 

COBLE NOW ONE OF THREE FINALISTS FOR JOB 

COBLE ACCEPTS FORSYTH SCHOOL JOB 

COBLE ACCEPTS FORSYTH SCHOOL JOB 

COBLE TAKES WINSTON-SALEM'S TOP SCHOOL JOB 

MERGER TALK MAY SLOW REPLACEMENT 

DR. COBLE'S DEPARTURE 

MERGER MAY HAMPER REPLACEMENT OF COBLE 

COBLE AMONG 8 RECEIVING NATIONAL HONOR 

BOARD BEGINS SEARCH FOR SUPERINTENDENT 

BUSINESSMEN SAY GOODBYE TO DEPARTING SCHOOL CHIEF 

PRINCIPAL OF THE YEAR 

STUDENTS BID FARWELL TO COBLE 

COBLE, LARRY DR., SALARY 

BOARD VOTES 4-YEAR EXTENSION FOR COBLE 



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H 1 


1/28/1989 C 


1 N 


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1/31/1989 A 


16 N 


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2/02/1989 B 


10 N 


H 2 


1/29/1989 A 


1 P 


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2/01/1989 A 


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CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


7 N 


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3/29/1989 A 


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3/30/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


7/01/1989 A 


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CHH 1 7/01/1989 A 3 P N M70 

H 2 9/29/1989 D 8 P F W66 

H 2 11/03/1989 B 1 P N W55 

CHH 1 5/10/1989 A 9 N 



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2 


1/20/1989 C 


1 P N J40 


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2 


1/20/1989 C 


1 P N S92 


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2 


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2 


1/31/1989 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


2/01/1989 C 


1 N J40 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 C 


4 N 


S 


2 


2/13/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 


2/13/1989 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


2/14/1989 A 


1 P N J40 


S 


2 


2/14/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


2/15/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


2/15/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/28/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/01/1989 C 


1 N J40 


S 


2 


3/21/1989 C 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


4/14/1989 C 


14 P P M66 


H 


2 


4/21/1989 C 


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"^A ICMBER OF THE COMPANY/COSTUME DESIGNER SWAPPED INDIANA JONES FOR UNC 

^'SCHWEITZER AWARD WINNERS TO BE HONORED 

COCHRAN, KEITH (HEN'S SENIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE) 

'30-SOMETHING' DOESN'T MEAN 'BASEBALL-NOTHING' 

Ctm ^f JSS fflfSE ^cU: LT. GOV. POST? 

^S KM^SPSEAT FOR FRIDAY'S INAUGURATION 

COCKBURN, ALEXANDER 

^LEFT-WING JOURNALIST BLASTS BUSH POLICIES 

H BRUCE COCKBURN IS SLATED TO PERFORM AT ARTSCENTER 

S^ONWwft BRUCE COCKBURN'S MUSICAL MESSAGE TO RING CLEAR,.. 
BRUCE COCKBURN; 'WIDE-EYED CANADIAN' IN CARRBORO CONCERT 

C ° E ^ICE*SAYS COELHO'S MOVE SIMPLIFIES THINGS 

COFFMAN, KEVIN (BASEBALL) _ 

COFFMAN FINDS MORE TO LIFE THAN BASEBALL 

C ^ScKsT^ D ACTIVIST TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES 

C01 ^B0ARD J MW S DR6P PLANS FOR NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (CORRECTED 2-28-89) 
CORRECTION 

COLE, CAROLYN (SOCIAL WORKER) _ „ 

CHILD-ABUSE CONSULTANTS TO VISIT DURHAM AGENCIES 

COLE, EUGENE 

CARRBORO PLAINTIFF, DEFENDANT IN SUITS 

CARRBORO DROPS TOWNHOUSE UNIT FROM LAWSUIT 

OWNER CRITICIZES CARRBORO ACTION IN TOWNHOUSE SUIT 

COLE, JOHN 

CARTOON WAS OFFENSIVE 

CARTOON WAS SCURRILOUS __ mm nA „„ 

TOT TV; INFANTS CAN UNDERSTAND TUBE, NEW STUDY SAYS 
MAJOR PROJECTS ORDINANCE NOT THE PRODUCT OF ONE 
CARTOON WAS APPALLING 
CARTOON WAS OFFENSIVE 
CARTOON UNFAIR TO NRA 
JOHN COLE/1989 CARTOONS 

COLE, JULIA (DOGGIE WASHWAGON) ^ r „„, 

PET GROOMING SALON ON WHEELS KEEPS OWNER-OPERATOR RUNNING 

COLE, JULIE (NURSE) 

OFF-DUTY NURSE AIDS VICTIM 
DETERMINED RESCUER 

COLE, RICHARD DR. 

COLE REAPPOINTED UNC JOURNALISM DEAN _ _ 

UNC'S BUILDING HOPES CHILLED; SENATE IGNORES PRIORITY REQUEST 

JOURNALISM SCHOOL RUNNING OUT OF ROOM FAST 

JOURNALISM FOUNDATION OPENS BOOKS; LIST OF DONORS RELEASED 

AFTERNOON PAPERS SURVIVE BEST IN SMALL N.C. CITIES 

GANNETT FUNDS SEMINAR 

COLE, RICHIE (MUSICIAN) 



H 2 8/28/1989 A 

H 2 3/06/1989 C 

S 2 2/21/1989 B 

H 2 6/04/1989 B 

CHH 1 1/18/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/22/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/20/1989 A 
H 2 4/21/1989 D 
H 2 4/21/1989 D 



6 P F P10 
14 N 

5 N A76 
5 P N 
1 P N L90 

7 N 



6 N 
1 P P 
8 P F S56 



H 2 5/30/1989 A 
H 2 8/02/1989 D 
H 2 3/08/1989 C 



CHH 1 2/26/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/28/1989 A 



1 N 
1 P U M88 
1 N 



3 P N M25 
2 N 



S 2 4/21/1989 C 8 P N B53 



CHH 1 10/27/19B9 A 
CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/20/1989 A 



1/05/1989 A 
1/20/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 



2/08/1989 A 
2 3/10/1989 A 
2 3/23/1989 A 
2 3/28/1989 A 
2 12/31/1989 D 



1 N C62 
1 N C62 
1 P N C62 



4 L 
4 L 
6 T N C50 
4 L 
4 L 
4 L 
4 L 
1 T T C50 



H 2 4/09/1989 A 1 P N P38 



H 2 11/14/1989 B 
S 2 11/14/1989 A 



H 2 3/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/06/1989 A 
H 2 10/09/1989 B 
CHH 1 11/07/1989 A 



1 P K30 
3 P K30 



9 P N 
1 N S17 
1 P N S17 
3 N 
1 N N36 
7 P N 



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S 

N E E 
P D — DATE — C 

H 2 4/11/1989 B 

COLEMAN, DAN 

PLUTOCRACY VS. DEMOCRACY H 2 2/18/1989 A 

G.E. BOYCOTT AFFIRMS GREEN VALUES CHH 1 2/28/1989 A 

G.E. LOOKS OUT FOR ITSELF, NOT WORKERS CHH 1 3/21/1989 A 

CONTROVERSY OVER REGIONAL AIRPORT REFLECTS FAILURE OF DEMOCRATIC PROCESS CHH 1 5/21/1989 A 

ENVIRONMENT STILL DEMANDS CARE, SPOKESMAN SAYS CHH 1 7/10/1989 A 

MYTH HAMPER OUR EFFORTS TO SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 

COLEMAN, SHERRI RAGUEL (EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGE) 
POLICE LOG/ARRESTS FOLLOW FIGHT AT GAME 



COLEMAN, TROY 

COUNTY SETS '89 GOALS AT RETREAT S 

COLLEY, WILLIAM L. 

45 SEEK HELP FROM DURHAM DISASTER CENTER S 

EMERGENCY PLANNERS SPURRED TO PRODUCE 'WHAT IF' REPORT SINCE.,. TORNADOES H 
DURHAM'S 'SPILL PATROL' SEES IT ALL S 

COLLIER, THOMAS GREGORY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE THREE WITH DWI 

COLLINS, BERT 

PLANS APPROVED FOR U.S. AIR TO EXPAND TERMINAL... (CORRECTED 4-6-89) 

DURHAM FLYERS HAVE PRIDE 

2 MEN WITH DURHAM TIES NAMED AS NCCU TRUSTEES 

COLLINS, BRUCE (WORLD WAR II) 

WORLD WAR II EFFECTS FELT IN DURHAM/VE DAY ANNIVERSARY 

COLLINS, ERIC DOYLE (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

COLLINS, JAMES J. (SOCIOLOGIST) 

STUDY LOOKS AT RESPONSE TO MISSING CHILD CASES 

COLLINS, MARVIN (ORANGE COUNTY PLANNING DIRECTOR) 

PLANNERS SAY DEVELOPMENT BLUEPRINT IS 'IN A VACUUM' 

COLLINS, RAYMOND DR. 

GROWING UP TO BE A MAN 

COLLISTER, GAYNOR 

BIKING BOOM GETS BIGGER AND BIGGER 

COLM, JANET 

FLANNED PARENTHOOD IN THE BLACK FOR FIRST TIME 
EDITORIAL OUT OF STEP 
PLANNED PARENTHOOD AND THE 'REAL WORLD' 
AGENCY GEARS UP FOR NOVEMBER PRO-CHOICE RALLY 

COLOMBO, LOUIS 

CONVICTED MURDERER MAY LEAVE JAIL SATURDAY 

GULLEY, ROYAL OPPOSE RELEASE 

MCCOMBS CALLED VALUED WORKER 

MOST PRISONERS GET EARLY PAROLE 

PUBLIC PAROLE REVIEWS WOULD CREATE NIGHTMARE 

COLOMBO: OPEN PAROLE HEARINGS TIME-CONSUMING 

COLONEL, FRANK 

FIRE CONSUMES HOME IN HILLSBOROUGH 

COLTRANE, CARLA 

PROGRAM HELPS WOMAN REBUILD SHATTERED DREAMS 
COUNTY READY TO HELP OUT 

COLVIN, GLORIA 

PAPER SHOULD PROVIDE IND-EX 



2 12/23/1989 B 
2 3/21/1989 C 



2 5/22/1989 A 
2 5/23/1989 C 
2 12/11/1989 A 



I T 
L Y 

-PG L P BYL 

1 P R S66 



4 L 

4 P U 

4 L 

5 P U 

1 N S17 
4 P J 



1 N 
1 N H65 



1 P N 
1 N CAO 
1 N B53 



CHH 1 4/25/1989 A 7 N 



4/05/1989 C 
4/07/1989 A 
6/17/1989 C 



S 2 5/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/01/1989 A 
H 2 4/01/1989 C 
Cm 1 1/14/1989 A 
H 2 11/12/1989 E 
S 2 10/17/1989 B 



CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/04/1989 A 
2/13/1989 A 
3/07/1989 A 
8/21/1989 A 



2 11/30/1989 A 
2 11/30/1989 A 
2 11/30/1989 A 
2 11/30/1989 A 
2 12/20/1989 C 
2 12/21/1989 A 



1 P N P41 
4 E 
1 P N 



1 P F F25 
11 N 
1 N K65 

3 P N M20 
1 D N Zll 

4 P N M06 



2 N M20 
4 L 

4 P U 

3 N S17 



1 P N B53 

1 N E33 

1 N 

1 N B53 

1 N S32 

1 N B53 



CHH 1 11/22/1989 A 1 P N W57 



2 11/02/1989 C 
2 11/02/1989 C 



1 P N HAS 
1 N HAS 



H 2 1/19/1989 A 



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MUSEUM BOARD NAMES NEW PRESIDENT 

mi UTN UAL TER 

AIR TRAFFIC CHIEF LIKES EASE OF GETTING TO JOB 

COMAN, MARK R. (TRUCK DRIVER) _ 

STATE'S SUPREME COURT HEARS 'FIRE-AT-WILL' CASE 

**%8 IbSfi&Sff&SffiiWlX FOR A CHANGE/GUEST COLONIST 

^°S^THERN CmTOT^TELlfsTORIES THROUGH BODY LANGUAGE AND TALK 

fflMG PERRY 

THE16TH ANNUAL DUKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC (SPECIAL SECTION) 
WELCOME, PERRY AND FRIENDS 

16TH ANNUAL DUKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC SET TODAY, SUNDAY 
MR. C. AND THE LITTLE GOLFER 

CWPT TRIPPIW ! IN THE NEW AGE; DURHAM FIRM TOURS TO PLACES OF POWER 

CONDER RICHARD 

^ZONING FREEZE BILL IS CALLED 'BIG BOY LEGISLATION' 

CONGLETON, DONNA M. _ 

TAR HEEL POET WAS TECHNICAL INNOVATOR 

BOTH SCHOPL SYSTEMS HAVE TROUBLING GRADUATION RATES 

CONNELL, JAMES E. (DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER) 

MEDICAL CENTER HIRES DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR 

CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER APPOINTS PLANNING DIRECTOR 

CONNELLY, DAVID 

EDITORS, SAY 'IT'S' AIN'T SO 

CONNER, ALBERT "T-BALL" 

NCCU HALL OF FAME INDUCTS 7 

f/lNNFR ■5CDTT (COACH) 

IT 'SRICHMOND, REYNOLDS IN 4-A CHAMPIONSHIP/NCHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS 

CONNOR, W. ROBERT _ 

HUMANITIES CENTER PRESIDENT NAMED _ 
HUMANITIES CENTER INSTALLS NEW DIRECTOR 
CLASSICS PROFESSOR 

CONOVER, CHRISTOPHER J. _ „. ,„«__„, 
DUKE PROF SAYS HEALTH INSURANCE MORE WIDESPREAD 

CONOVER, RICHARD 

RENOVATED MILL KEYS EDGEMONT TURNAROUND 

CONSTANCE, WILLIAM FRED (CONVICTED OF MURDER) un 

SLAIN POLICE CHIEF'S FAMILY FIGHTS PAROLE OF HIS KILLER 
VICTIM'S DAUGHTER OPPOSES PAROLE IN MURDER CASE 

COOK, ANDY 

THE MASTERS! A PARTING SHOT FOR AUGUSTA NATIONAL 

COOK, BEANO 

BEANO COOK: JACKETS WILL BURST DUKE'S BUBBLE 

COOK, CHERYL DENISE (SHOOTING CHARGE) 
MAN SHOT, WOMAN CHARGED 



H 2 5/27/1989 C 

H 2 4/08/1989 C 

H 2 3/16/1989 B 

CHH 1 9/26/1989 A 

S 2 10/24/1989 A 



H 2 5/16/1989 D 

H 2 5/19/1989 A 

H 2 5/20/1989 C 

H 2 5/22/1989 C 



H 2 7/23/1989 E 

H 1 5/10/1989 C 

H 2 6/11/1989 D 

H 2 1/24/1989 A 



S 2 4/20/1989 C 
H 2 4/22/1989 C 



H 2 1/20/1989 A 
S 2 4/25/1989 C 
H 2 12/07/1989 C 



H 2 4/14/1989 C 
H 2 10/21/1989 C 
H 2 12/10/1989 B 



S 2 3/07/1989 C 
H 2 5/12/1989 C 



H 2 1/11/1989 A 
H 2 12/09/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/03/1989 A 
S 2 10/27/1989 B 
H 2 10/25/1989 C 



3 N 

1 P N P41 
7 N 

4 P U 

9 R L34 



1 P F C45 
4 E 
1 P N K30 
1 P P S73 



1 P F W66 
1 P N L40 

3 R 

4 L 



1 N 
6 N 



4 L 

5 P N A76 
3 P N W55 



1 P N K65 
1 N K65 
1 N 



1 N 
1 P N R63 



7 N 
9 N 



10 P F 
3 P N 
1 N M51 






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CHH 1 2/06/1989 A 9 N 



COOK, KEN (COURT COUNSELOR) 

3 DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSE LOST BID S 2 2/08/1989 A 1 N M06 

COOK, MELTON SCOTT (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POPE AIR FORCE BASE RESIDENT FACES CHARGES OF BUI, SPEEDING 

COOK, OLLIE 

4TH MAYORAL CANDIDATE FILES; 2 JOIN COUNCIL RACE 

FOURTH CANDIDATE FILES FOR MAYOR,- FIELD GROWS IN COUNCIL RACE 

22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 

CITY ELECTION LINEUP; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 

ELECT OLLIE COOK CITY COUNCIL AT LARGE (AD) 

COOK SAYS SEWER, WATER COSTS ARE TOP PRIORITY 

UATER BEFORE STADIUM, COUNCIL CANDIDATE SAYS 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE BACKS WELLS FOR MAYOR, HOMEHJILBERS FAVOR TILLMAN.,. 

JUSTICES ARE MEDDLING AGAIN 

VOTE FOR OLLIE COOK, CITY COUNCIL AT-LARCE (AD) 

STRAWBRIDGE, JEMINS TO FACE OFF 

STRAUBRUGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

V0TE/*89; VOTING PRECINCT TALLY 

CANDIDATES' VIEWS VARY ON EXTENT OF CITY FUNDING FOR HOUSING 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL GETS 3, KEEPS 3 WINNERS (ERROR IN RESULTS) 

CITY COUNCIL WARDS/VOTING TALLY (ERROR IN RESULTS) 

GRUBB WINDER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB REAL WARD 1 WINNER 

HIGH VOTER TURNOUT TURNS VOTE AROUND 

JENKINS CITY'S 1ST BLACK MAYOR 

COMPUTER TWISTS ELECTION RETURNS 

HAYWIRE MACHINE COUNTED PRECINCT VOTE TOTALS TWICE 

COOK, PHILIP 

DUKE ECONOMISTS CRITICAL OF STATE LOTTERIES 

'A MATTER OF COMMON SENSE '/RESEARCHER RESPONDS TO LOBBYING CRY OF NRA 

COOK, RUTH ROGERS 

FROM THE HEART! NINE ARE HONORED AS VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR 

COOKE, DAWN (LEUKEMIA) 

FIGHTING FOR HER LIFE IS 'NORMAL' FOR LEUKEMIA VICTIM 
LOCAL CHURCH RAISING FUNDS FOR TREATMENT 
CHURCH RAISES $14,000 FOR LEUKEMIA VICTIM 
LEUKEMIA PATIENT DIES AT AGE 14 

COOKE, JESSE L. (EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGE) 
TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

COOKE, PHILIP 

SOCIAL WORKERS CAUGHT IN PAPER PROCESSING SHUFFLE EXPERTS SAY 

COOLEY, ANTHONY (FOOTBALL) 
COOLEY A STUDENT FIRST 

COOLEY, GRETCHEN 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/GRETCHEN COOLEY 

COONEY, JIM 

BEARS GIVE IT ALL, WIN IT ALL 

COONS, KATHRYN JULIA (EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGES) 

FORMER DUKE EMPLOYEE ACCUSED OF EMBEZZLING 

COONS, KIP (DURHAM MORNING HERALD) 
HOT STOVE LEAGUE AWARDS MADE 

COOPER, ALBERT RENARB (DRUG CHARGES) 

UNDERCOVER OPERATION AIMED AT BIG DEALERS NETS 25 DRUG ARRESTS H 2 2/08/198'? C 

MORE ARRESTS PUV#€D IN DRUG ROUNDUP S 2 2/08/1989 A 

POLICE ARREST 2 MORE IN DRUG ROUNDUP S 2 2/09/1989 C 



s 


2 8/04/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 8/05/1989 B 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 8/05/1989 C 


1 N C61 


H 


2 8/08/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 8/13/1989 D 


11 P A 


s 


2 8/31/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 9/01/1989 C 


3 P N 


s 


2 10/05/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 10/06/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/08/1989 A 


11 P A 


H 


2 10/11/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 10/11/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 10/11/1989 A 


6 N 


S 


2 11/03/1989 A 


1 Q C61 


H 


2 11/08/1989 A 


1 N N36 


H 


2 11/08/1989 A 


8 C N 


3 


2 11/08/1989 A 


1 N B53 


S 


2 11/08/1989 A 


1 N C61 


S 


2 11/08/1989 A 


1 C N C61 


s 


2 11/08/1989 A 


1 N H65 


s 


2 11/08/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 11/09/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 11/09/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 5/21/1989 A 


11 N 


C* 


1 10/21/1989 A 


3 H S17 


H 


2 4/17/1989 B 


1 P N 356 



CHH 1 1/07/1989 A 1 P N S17 

CHH 1 1/07/1989 A 1 N S17 

CHH 1 1/16/1989 A 3 N M25 

CHH 1 4/12/1989 A 3 P N S17 



CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 3 N .490 

CHH 1 5/25/1989 A 3 N S17 

S 2 9/06/1989 D 2 P N A76 

S 2 8/26/1989 D 3 P B 

S 2 8/01/1989 D 5 P N A76 

H 2 3/09/1989 C 2 N 

H 2 2/26/1989 B 1 P N 



N M51 
N B53 
N B53 



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HOPKINS AFFAIR FALLOUT EFFECTS DRUG SUSPECT'S PLEA BARGAIN 
MAN GETS THREE YEARS IN DRUG-OFFENSES PLEA 
HOPKINS AFTERMATH GIVES CRUCIAL LESSON 

"^^UNC PRESENTS 4 DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDALS 

COOPER, JIM (TENNESSEE CONGRESSMAN) mmmt _ m im 

IF N.C. IS WAY AHEAD POLITICALLY, LET'S HOPE NO ONE CATCHES UP 

COOPER, KEISHA 

JUDGE ORDERS GIRL TO HELP ANIMALS 

COOPER, PHYLLIS (UNC CAMPUS POLICE) 

ANOTHER UNC POLICE OFFICER ALLEGES PROMOTIONS UNFAIR 

COOPER, ROBERT (AUTHOR) __ 

HEALTH BOOK ATTEMPTS TO GET RID OF MYTHS 

COOPER, WILLIAM C. JR, (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 

POLICE NEUS/HILLSBOROUGH MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 
MAN GETS EIGHT YEARS FOR ROBBERY 

COOPER, WILLIE E. (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/HILLSBOROUGH MAN FACES DRUG CHARGES 

COPELAND, KEITH (JAZZ DRUMMER) 
DIFFERENT DRUMMER 

COPP, LAUREL ARCHER (UNC-CH NURSING SCHOOL DEAN) 
A PAINFUL AREA OF STUDY 

NURSING DEAN WON'T SEEK 4TH TERM 

UNC NURSING DEAN WELCOMES REPORT yRGING^CRyiTING 
UNC NURSING SCHOOL GRAPPLES WITH ENROLLMENT DECLINE 

COPPOCK, LARRY 

DURHAM MECHANIC WINS DRAG RACE 

CORBETT, JESSE V. 

IBM WORKER'S IDEA NHS HIM ♦150,000 

CORBETT, RICKY DON (AUTO THEFT) 

POLICE LOG/2 ARMED ROBBERIES MAY BE RELATED 

CORCHIANI, CHRIS 

CORCHIANI 'S BEST EFFORT 

BAD NEWS FOR ACC FOES: CORCHIANI COMMITTED TO GETTING EVEN BETTER 

COREA, CHICK 

OLD COREA BACK, HOT 

CORLESS, INGE 

PROFESSORS STRANDED IN PHILIPPINES 

CORMAN, STEPHEN D. 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME NAMES EXECUTIVE VP 

CORNATZER, KENT 

PITTSBORO NAMES TOWN MANAGER 

CORNELIOUS, EVE _ 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 
FREE LUNCHEON CONCERT 

CORNISH, MARY DR. 

HOSPITAL SPACE TIGHT FOR MENTALLY ILL CHILDREN 

CORNWELL, ALLISON (FASHION DESIGNER) 

FASHIONS TAILORED FOR THE HARD-TO-FIT WOMAN 

CORRELL, CHARLES 



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H 2 7/26/1989 A 1 P N S82 
S 2 7/26/1989 A 13 N B53 
S 2 7/28/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 5/17/1989 A 17 N 

CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 3 P J 

H 2 7/20/1989 C 2 N 

CHH 1 12/21/1989 A 3 P N S17 

H 2 6/25/1989 D 3 P R H49 



CHH 1 10/07/1989 A 7 N 
CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 9/12/1989 A 7 N 
S 2 3/16/1989 D 6 P N 



CHH 1 2/24/1989 A 3 P N S17 

CHH 1 6/01/1989 A 5 P N 

CHH 1 6/14/1989 A 3 N S17 

CHH 1 8/04/1989 A 1 C N S17 



S 2 6/13/1989 C 4 P N A76 
S 2 4/28/1989 C 1 P N C61 
H 2 8/30/1989 C 3 N M51 



S 2 1/27/1989 D 1 P U D18 
H 2 11/15/1989 D 15 P N D18 



H 2 11/16/1989 A 8 P R S66 

CHH 1 12/02/1989 A 1 N H90 

H 2 5/06/1989 B 4 P N K65 

CHH 1 6/29/1989 A 3 N M25 



H 2 2/23/1989 A 14 P G 
H 2 5/13/1989 A 12 P P M66 



S 2 5/27/1989 C 1 N H65 
S 2 4/07/1989 B 1 P F G59 



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RADIO'S 'AMOS 'N' ANDY' CHARACTERS MET IN DURHAM/THE WAY WE WERE 

CORRELL, DEBRAH 

GARBAGE COLLECTORS DESERVE RAISE 

ANOT>£R PASSIONLESS SEASON 

ANIMALS PAY THE PRICE OF OWNERS' INDULOENCE/GUEST COLUMNIST 

DON'T SINGLE OUT NCSU; INVESTIGATE ALL UNC SCHOOLS 

'89 RACE MIGHT BE FUNNY IF WE DIDN'T HAVE TO PAY FOR IT 

CUTTHROAT BUSINESS PRACTICES HAVE NO PLACE IN MEDICINE 

CORRIGAN, ARLENE 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/ARLENE CORRIGAN 

CORRIGAN, GENE 

UNSTOPPABLE PLAYBOY INTERVIEWERS MEET WITH DUKE WOMEN CANDIDATES 

CORRIGAN LOUIS 

ORANGE HABITAT FOR HUMANITY HELPS PEOPLE HELP THEMSELVES 

CORTEZ, MAURO JR. (AKA MAURICE DE ROTHSCHILD) 

LINEAGE OF DUKE'S 'BARON' TRACED BACK TO EL PASO 
UNIVERSITY CREDIT UNION SUING BOGUS BARON 

COSBY, BILL (COMEDIAN) 

COS IS COMING TO TOWN 

CAROLINA COSBY 

PARENTS' WEEKEND CROWD DELIGHTED BY COMEDIAN 

BILL COSBY, THE FUNNYMAN OF A MILLION FACIAL EXPRESSIONS.,, 

COS' EVERYDAY HUMOR HITS CLOSE TO HOME 

COSGROVE, ROBERT 

COMPUTERIZED, INTRAVENOUS MEDICINE PUMP BEING DEVELOPED IN CHAPEL HILL 

COSTABILE, MIKE 

COSTABILE'S DREAM LEADS TO NBA 

COSTELLO, ELIZABETH J. 

1 CHILD IN 5 SUFFERS PSYCHIATRIC PROBLEMS 

COTTEN, ELIZABETH (FOLK SINGER) 

IN HER HONOR/COTTEN-PICKIN' TIME 

'LIBBA' COTTEN REMEMBERED 

CARRBORO COVETS ITS NEIGHBOR'S CELEBRITY 

COTTER, WILLIAM (LAWYER) 

'BAD BLOOD' CASE SETS OFF SPARKS BETWEEN LAWYER, PROSECUTOR 
BENCH TALK 

COTTON, DAVID ANTHONY (FALSE PRETENSE CHARGES) 
THREE GROUPS OF RENTERS SHOW UP AT TOWNHOUSE 

COTTON, GREGORY J. 

DURHAM WOMAN ACCEPTS AIRPLANE BANNER PROPOSAL 

COTTON, LEON (RECREATION SPECIALIST) 

RECREATION DEPT. PANS GOLD IN SUPPLY OF YOUTH COACHES 

COTTON, LIBBA 

BIKE PATH TO GET NAME OF BLUES SINGER 

COTTON, PETER DR. 

DUKE OPENS $4 MILLION ENDOSCOPY UNIT 

COTTON, RAY (MURDER CHARGE) 

CHATHAM MAN PLEADS GUILTY IN BURN DEATH 

COTTON, VODNEY BRUTON (DRUG CHARGES) 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN INDICTED FOR SEX ABUSE 
ESCAPEE PENS LETTER, 14- YEAR-OLD CASE ENDS 



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CHH 1 1/19/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/18/1989 A 



S 2 2/04/1989 D 
H 2 10/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/05/1989 A 



H 2 9/15/1989 A 
H 2 9/30/1989 C 



H 2 10/06/1989 D 
H 2 10/08/1989 B 
H 2 10/08/1989 B 
CHH 1 10/08/1989 A 
S 2 10/09/1989 B 



H 2 8/09/1989 C 1 P N C60 
S 2 9/26/1989 B 
S 2 1/20/1989 B 



H 2 10/27/1989 D 
CHH 1 10/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 



H 2 4/07/1989 C 
S 2 5/17/1989 B 



H 2 1/12/1989 D 
H 2 1/04/1989 D 
CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 
H 2 1/10/1989 C 
CHH 1 11/01/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/10/1989 A 



4 P U 

4 P U 

4 P U 

4 P U 

4 P J 

4 P J 



3 P B 
1 P N N36 
3 P N 



1 P N S69 
1 N 



3 P N Zll 
1 P P R56 
5 P R W66 
10 P P R56 
3 P R Yll 



3 P U C09 
1 N 



5 P F Zll 
1 P P T44 
4 U 



1 N S82 
1 P P L38 



9 N 

5 P N B64 

3 N 

1 P N C60 

3 P N H90 

3 N H90 I 
3 N H90 



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COTTRELL, PAUL (AUTO ACCIDENT) 

13-YEAR-OLD BADLY HURT IN 4-CAR WRECK ON 1-40 
BOY, 13, CRITICAL AFTER 4-VEHICLE, 1-40 WRECK 

COUCH, THOMAS ROSS (MURDER VICTIM) _ • - imm n 
BULLETS SPRAY MAN IN 6EER ST. HOUSE; THREE OTHERS HELD 
BULLETS SPRAY MAN IN GEER ST. HOUSE; THREE OTHERS HELD 
BONDS SET FOR THREE MEN IN TUESDAY'S MULTIPLE-SHOOTING DEATH 
DEATH COVERAGE APPALLING 
THREE INDICTED IN MURDER CASE 

COUCH, WILLIAM TERRY (DECEASED) 

MEMORIAL SERVICE SET FOR WILLIAM COUCH 

COULTER, N. ARTHUR JR. DR. (CHAPEL HILL) 
U.S. -SOVIET SECURITY MUST BE MUTUAL 
LEFTISTS WEAKEN NATION'S DEFENSE 
PHYSICIAN 'SETS THE RECORD STRAIGHT' 
PSR PROMOTES NUCLEAR BLACKMAIL 
IPPNW ORIGINS EXPLAINED 

COULTHARD, SANDY COLES (POISONING VICTIM) 

HOSPITALS, DOCTORS SUED OVER ARSENIC DEATH OF PATIENT 

COUNCIL, HARVEY LEE (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO ARRESTED ON CHARGES OF DWI 

^^'TO SERVE THE GOOD LORD'-COUNCILVILLE CHURCH GREW OUT OF.,, PRAYER,. 

CARRBORO MAN ARRESTED ON DRUG HOUSE CHARGES 
TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

COUNCIL, MELVIN JUNIOR (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/OTHER DWI CHARGES FILED 

COUPLAND, SUSAN 

BLUEBERRY MUFFINS PLEASED FDR THAT '37 DAY HE CAME TO LUNCH 

COUSIN, RONALD JAY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/LOCAL MAN FACES CHARGE OF DWI 

COUSINEAU, LAURA 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/LAURA COUSINEAU 
FOUNDATION GRANTS TOTAL $30,000 

COUSINS, MAURICE (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/SUSPECT IDENTIFIED IN SHOOTING 

COVERT, MARTHA ALICE (ACCIDENTAL DEATH) 

THIRD DEATH LINKED TO HOSPITAL PHARMACY 

COVINGTON, JOHN WESLEY JR. (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

CRIMESTOPPERS TIP LEADS TO ARREST IN LARCENY CASE 

COVINGTON, WILLIAM F. "BILL" SR. (FARMER) 

FARMER FROM MEBANE ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF FARM CREDIT BANK 



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S 2 10/07/1989 C 1 N B53 
H 2 10/08/1989 B 1 N 



H 2 7/12/1989 C 1 N M51 

H 2 7/12/1989 C 1 N S82 

H 2 7/14/1989 C 3 N 

H 2 7/24/1989 A 4 L 

H 2 8/08/1989 C 3 N 



H 2 1/20/1989 C 12 



CHH 1 1/02/1989 A 4 P U 

CHH 1 1/16/1989 A 4 P U 

CHH 1 1/24/1989 A 4 L 

CHH 1 8/27/1989 A 4 L 

CHH 1 9/29/1989 A 4 L 



H 2 9/15/1989 C 1 N S82 
CHH 1 9/04/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 2/06/1989 A 1 P Q M20 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



10/06/1989 A 1 N M70 
12/14/1989 A 3 N H90 



CHH 1 6/24/1989 A 7 N 
H 2 1/01/1989 C 14 U H49 
CHH 1 5/25/1989 A 5 N 



1/14/1989 D 3 P B 
6/08/1989 A 17 P N T32 



COWAN. PHIL 

FUN WITH NUMBERS; DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY SPURS REVOLUTION IN MUSIC RECORDING H 

COWARD, LEON LEE (ROBBERY CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/TAXI DRIVER FOILS ROBBERY H 



CHH 1 7/19/1989 A 9 N 

H 2 4/09/1989 B 1 N 

S 2 1/10/1989 A 1 N B53 

H 1 1/17/1989 C 6 N 

3/10/1989 D 1 P P L38 

12/30/1989 C 1 N C47 



COUHIG, DAN 

POSSIBLE AMBULANCE FEE DRAWS CRITICISM _„ m „ Sffl } 

MIXED MESSAGES/SQUAD MEMBERS' VIEWS DIFFER ON NON-EMERGENCY FEES CHH 1 



5/26/1989 A 1 P N S17 
6/21/1989 A 3 P N M20 



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COUICK, KENTON 

NCSU OFFERS 4 DURHAM SEMINARS/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 

COULES, CLIFF 

FEDERAL COURT TAKES ON LOCAL 'ECSTASY' CASE 
TESTIMONY BEGINS IN ECSTASY TRIAL 

COWER, STEVE (ALASKA) 

NORTH TO ALASKA - THE GOV. WAS ONCE A TAR HEEL 

ALASKA'S GOV. COUPER DEFENDS SEARCH FOR OIL IF DRILLING RESPONSIBLE... 

COX, BILLY (FOOTBALL) 

JONES, COX, BUEHLER, YOW TO JOIN HALL 
FIVE JOURNEY INTO N.C. HALL OF FAME 
FOUR FROM TRIANGLE DESERVE SPORTS HONOR 

COX, DONALD (ENO RIVER ASSOC.) 

QUESTIONS RAISED ABOUT USE OF ENO AS WATER SUPPLY 
HILLSBOROUGH WATER PASSES CHEMICALS TEST 

COX, EDWARD II. DR. 

CASWELL COUNTY HAS INDUSTRIAL RECRUITER ON JOB 

COX, GINA 

FAST TIMES AT THE SPEEDWAY 

COX- JIMMY LEE (DRUG CHARGE) 
COCAINE, WEAPONS SEIZED 

COX JOHN E 

" HEALTH 'RISK REPORTS ARE RISKY BUSINESS, MEDIA EXPERT SAYS 

COX, KRISTIN NICOLETTE 

DURHAM GIRL OK AFTER 30 MINUTES IN HOLE 

COX, PEGGY 

GRANDMOTHERS TAKE ON SECOND FAMILY 

COZART, TONY W. (GRANVILLE COUNTY) 

RUN-OFFS ARE POSSIBLE IN FOUR GRANVILLE DISTRICTS 
RECOUNT SOUGHT IN GRANVILLE RACE 

CRABTREE, BARNETTE 

HISTORIC HOUSE IN THE MIDDLE OF LAND DEAL 

CRADDOCK, MARY PICKETT 

OLD PLANTATION HOME TO 'NEW SOUTHERN COOKING' 

CRADDOCK, MITCHELL DENNY (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

TEXAS MAN GETS 10-YEAR, SUSPENDED TERM IN SHOOTING OF KIN 

CRAEMER, STEPHEN JOHN (DECEASED) 
MAN FOUND DEAD IN BASEMENT 

CRAIG, HOMER FRANKLIN (AUTO ACCIDENT) 
MAN HURT IN COLLISION OF CARS 

CRAIG P H JR 

APPRAISER SAYS HOUSING STUDY IS MISLEADING 

HANGOUT LOT MAY BE CLOSED/EFFORTS INTENSIFY AFTER JULY ASSAULT ON WOMAN 

YOU TELL IT LIKE IT IS 

IS CHAMBER'S f£U PRESIDENT REALLY A FRIEND TO BUSINESS? 

THE 'CHAPEL HILL FENCE* 

CRAIG, ROBERT ANTHONY (DRUG /KIDNAPPING CHARGES) 
DRUG. KIDNAP CHARGES FILED 
ATUATER ASSAULT CHARGES DROPPED 



S 2 4/08/1989 A 3 P N 



CHH 1 3/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 



H 2 3/19/1989 E 
H 2 9/21/1989 C 



S 2 5/02/1989 D 
H 2 5/05/1989 B 
S 2 5/06/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/28/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/27/1989 A 



H 1 4/20/1989 C 
CHH 1 5/01/1989 A 
H 2 10/27/1989 C 
CHH 1 9/26/1989 A 
S 2 6/10/1989 C 
S 2 12/05/1989 B 



H 1 4/12/1989 C 
H 1 4/18/1989 B 



H 2 5/20/1989 C 

S 2 5/24/1989 C 

H 2 7/13/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/12/1989 A 

H 2 5/10/1989 C 



CKH 1 1/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/28/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/17/1989 D 
CHH 1 11/30/1989 A 



CHH 1 7/19/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/27/1989 A 



1 N M70 
3 N H90 



2 P F U80 
1 P N S22 



1 N 
1 P N C52 
4 E 



3 N H90 
3 P N H90 



1 P N T33 
10 P P 
1 N K51 
3 N 
3 N 
1 P N G59 



1 P N T33 
1 N T33 



1 P N C47 

1 P F S27 

11 N S82 

3 N 

4 N 



3 N S17 
1 N M70 

4 L 
4 P J 
4 L 



3 N M70 
1 N M70 



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ROGER CRAIG'S MOTIVATION KEEPS GIANTS IN THE CHASE 
TRIANGLE CONNECTION SPARKS SERIES INTEREST 

gg§:i a^waun«m *** T0 mm pa LS 

^^ITH^ANHO^'anTJ POWER/FORMER CARDIOLOGIST FINDS ART IS LIKE TENNIS 
EXHIBIT BY DR. ERNEST CRAIGE 



CRANE, PHILIP M. 

CHRISTICS STRIKE AGAIN 

CRANFORD, H. C. JR. (BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD) ^^ 

CONVENTION BUREAU LOOKING FOR DIRECTOR, PERMANENT QUARTERS 
CONGRATULATIONS, H.C. CRANFORD JR. 
CRANFORD RECEIVES CHAMBER AWARD 
CRANFORD RECEIVES AUARD (CORRECTION PRINTED 3-16-89) 
CRANFORD DESERVES TOP CHAMBER AWARD „ „__ 

N.C. HALLS OF FAME TO INDUCT H.C. CRANFORD OF DURHAM, 8 OTHERS 
NINE TO RECEIVE HALLS OF FAME HONORS 
REPORTER FONDLY RECALLS FIRST JOB 
CRANFORD TO HEAD RED CROSS CAMPAIGN 
RED CROSS DRIVE 

RED CROSS COLLECTIONS TOP *1 MILLION 
RED CROSS WRAPPING UP FUND-RAISER 
RED CROSS GOAL IN SIGHT 
DURHAM'S ENVOYS GET WORD OUT 
HITCHINGS, ELION NAMED CITY AMBASSADORS 

CRANSTON, ALAN SEN. (D-CALIF.) 
CHECK OUT THIS MORALIZING 

CRATE, SUSIE 

MAGIC STORIES 

CRAVER, MIKE 

EX-RAMBLER CRAVER BACK AS EARLY BIRD 



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2 10/12/1989 A 
2 10/13/1989 B 
2 10/15/1989 C 



H 2 11/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/27/1989 A 



1 P U D18 
4 E 
1 U D18 
1 P U K88 



6 P N S56 
10 P P 



H 2 7/06/1989 A 4 L 



CHH 1 
S 2 



2/17/1989 C 
3/15/1989 A 
3/15/1989 C 
3/15/1989 A 
3/16/1989 A 
3/16/1989 C 
3/17/1989 A 
4/19/1989 C 
5/06/1989 C 
5/10/1989 A 
6/30/1989 A 
9/06/1989 A 
9/19/1989 A 
11/21/1989 A 
11/29/1989 A 



N S69 

E 

N C47 

N M06 

E 

N 

N 

F 

N 

P S76 

N C61 

N B53 

E 

N 

N E33 



CRAWFORD, GADIST III (AUTO ACCIDENT) 

MAN STRUCK BY CAR IN 'GOOD' CONDITION 

CRAWFORD, JAMES W. JR. (IH3RANVILLE) — 

MAVRETIC DOLES OUT HOUSE COMMITTEE CHAIRMANSHIPS 
UNC PAY RAISES LIKELY THIS TERM, CRAWFORD SAYS 

CRAWFORD, JONATHAN (MURDER CHARGES) _ 

PEDIATRIC SPECIALIST SAYS BOY WHO DIED WAS VICTIM OF ABUSE 

CRAY, ROBERT (MUSICIAN) 

CRAY IN SWAMPY, SMOKY FORM 

CREECH, JIMMY REV. „ 

CRECHE PROTESTS U.S. AID TO EL SALVADOR 

CREFT FRANK 

EX-HAYTI CORP. WORKER RAPS PRESIDENT; WHITE SAYS MAN 'HAS AX TO GRIND' 

EX-EMPLOYEE RAPS HAYTI CORP. MANAGER 

CITY COUNCIL WILL TACKLE HAYTI DEVELOPMENT FUROR 

CITY COUNCIL GRANTS HAYTI REQUEST ON AMENDED PACT 

COUNCIL BURNS MIDNIGHT OIL TO REVAMP HAYTI PACT 

RAISE SOME QUESTIONS 

HAYTI'S WHITE SEEKS TO BLOCK CREFT'S UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS 

CREMINS, BOBBY 

BIG WIN FOR CREMINS 

YELLOW JACKETS FIRED UP FOR TAR HEELS 

CREMINS PILOTS JACKETS THROUGH TOPSY-TURVY SEASON 

16TH ANNUAL DUKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC SET TODAY, SUNDAY 

MIKE GMINSKI, BOBBY CREMINS, BUCKY WATERS AND MIKE KRZYZEWSKI FINISH... 



H 2 11/24/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 11/14/1989 C 1 P K30 

H 2 10/02/1989 A 6 P U W66 

H 2 1/04/1989 C 10 N 



H 2 1/20/1989 A 1 P N L40 
CHH 1 2/13/1989 A 1 P N M20 



H 1 5/19/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 3/14/1989 C 3 P R S56 
CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 3 P N S17 



S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 


2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 


3/30/1989 C 
3/31/1989 C 
4/04/1989 A 
4/05/1989 C 
4/05/1989 C 
4/09/1989 D 
6/07/1989 C 


1 N H70 
1 N S69 
1 P N H70 
1 P N S69 
1 N H70 
4 E 
1 N S69 


S 
S 
H 
H 

S 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


2/03/1989 D 
3/01/1989 B 
3/10/1989 B 
5/20/1989 C 
5/22/1989 D 


1 P U D18 
1 P U D18 
1 U M14 
1 P N K30 
1 P P T32 



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CRENSHAW STREAKS BY FIELD IN RAIN-DELAYED 3RD ROM/THE MASTERS 

CRENSHAW, H. U. (HERB) JR. 
BIZ NOTES 

CRESSWELL, ANN 

SHORT-TERM CARE FACILITY F1ANNED FOR ORANGE CO. 

CREUS, JOE 

TROPICAL 'BEACH' TURNED OUT CHILLY 

CREUS, LESLIE 

TROPICAL 'BEACH' TURNED OUT CHILLY 

CREWS, HARK EDWARD (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/BWI CHARGE FILED AFTER MINOR ACCIDENT 

CRIST, PAUL JR. (DRUG CHARGE) 

TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

CRISTIANI, ALFREDO 

INSIGHT/ARENA'S PAWN/EL SALVADOR'S CRISTIANI 

CROCKER, DANia LEE (DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED CHARGES) 
CEDAR GROVE MAN GETS 20-YEAR JAIL SENTENCE 

CROMARTIE, WILLIAM DR. 

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE HONORS SIX FOR SERVICE 

CROMER, RON 

SNAKES ALIVE; GETTING TO KNOW SERPENTS IN THE GRASS 

CROHMELIN, QUENTTN 

FORMER AIDE FOR HELMS, EAST FACES KIDNAPPING, SODOMY CHARGES 

CRON, CHRIS 

DIAMOND CHIPS 

CRONKITE, WALTER 

CRONKITE TO SPEAK AT N.C. STATE 

CROOK, KATHY 

GROUPS FIGHTING FOR CHILD CUSTODY CHANGES 

CROSS, JOHN H. A. (CHAPEL HILL) 

STORY AND HEADLINE MISLEADING, INACCURATE 

CROSS, MIKE 

CROSS TO SING ON 'SMOTHERS BROTHERS' 

FREE SPIRIT; MORE 'DOWN HOME' THAN EVER, MIKE CROSS FINISHES 3TH ALBUM 

AT THIS STAGE, HE'S ENJOYING EQUAL PARTS CAREER, FAMILY 

PUPPET SHOW, MIKE CROSS ARE SCHEDULED AT ARTSCENTER 

CROSS LEAVES 'EM HAPPY 

CROTTS, PAT (CHAPEL HILL) 

PSO DRUG TESTS COULD BEGIN THIS SUMMER 

TOWN SMOKING POLICY TO TAKE EFFECT THIS FALL 

CROVITZ, ELAINE DR. 

WOMEN'S TREATMENT PROGRAM SET 

CROWELL, MICHAEL (ATTORNEY) 

SOME SECOND PRIMARIES HELP BLACKS— LAWYER 

CROWLEY, PETER (PITTSBORO) 

PLANNER! PITTSBORO MUST LOCK AHEAD TO BYPASS EFFECT 

CROWTHER, BILL 

BOARDS DEBATE SCOPE OF JOINT PLANNING AGREEMENT 
SPOTLIGHT SHINES ON HILLSBOROUGH'S AYR MOUNT 



S 

N E E 
P D — DATE — C 

H 2 4/09/1989 C 

CHH 1 5/30/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/14/1989 A 

H 2 3/14/1989 A 

H 2 3/14/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/20/1989 A 

CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 

H 2 12/03/1989 D 

CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/04/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/23/1989 A 

H 2 6/19/1989 B 

S 2 4/22/1989 B 

S 2 3/02/1989 C 

CHH 1 4/16/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/12/1989 A 



H 2 1/23/1989 A 
H 2 3/05/1989 E 
H 2 12/15/1989 D 
CHH 1 12/15/1989 A 
S 2 12/18/1989 C 



CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 



H 2 6/23/1989 C 
H 2 3/30/1989 C 
CHH 1 3/28/1989 A 



CHH 1 5/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/12/1989 A 



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1 P N C49 

6 P N 
3 N SI? 
6 P U W15 
6 P U W15 
9 N 

3 N H90 

1 D N 

2 N H90 
5 P N 

1 P N L90 

2 N 
1 P U P52 

4 N 
1 P N H90 
4 L 



6 U W66 
1 P F W66 
4 P B L45 

7 N 

7 R L45 



1 N M70 
1 N M70 



14 N E©0 
1 N L40 

3 N M25 



3 N M20 
3 P N H90 



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CHH 1 10/23/1989 A 3 N W57 



RROUTHER HAL 

TABLOID PLANS TO PUBLISH WEEKLY, EXPAND COVERAGE 
THE ANGER ARTIST; COLUMNS ARE HAL CROWTHER'S EXORCISM 
CORRECTION ABOUT COLUMNIST 
WEEKLY WAR OF WORDS 

CRUM, CRU$S CONTRACT PAYMENTS RUN THROUGH JANUARY 1992 

CRUH DIDN'T HAVE 'BACKGROUND' TO FILL REQUIREMENTS AT UNC 
FOR CRUH, FLASH IS HIS TEAM, NOT STYLE 
KENT STATE FLASHES EARLY, BUT PACK FINISHES STRONG FOR WIN 
ALL AROUND, 1989 CRUMMY YEAR FOR TAR HEEL COACHES 

^S^^StVt&^S^m PUP LEASES SHELTER WITH NEW C4NER 

CRUTCHFIELD, CLARA (PRINCIPAL) _ 

PRINCIPALS CRUTCHFIELD, GUESS REASSIGNED 



H 
H 
H 
H 



2 2/23/1989 B 10 N S56 

2 2/26/1989 F 1 P F S56 

2 3/03/1989 A 4 L 

2 3/07/1989 A 4 L 



8/23/1989 D 

9/26/1989 B 

9/30/1989 D 

10/01/1989 C 

11/19/1989 C 



N 
N 

N C49 
N M64 
U 



CHH 1 7/29/1989 A 3 P N S17 
H 2 1/20/1989 C 1 N 



' imC COUNTY'sCTOL S BOARD SETS MEET TODAY AT GENERAL WHERE MEMBER HOSPITALIZED H 2 

H 2 
H 2 



TWO SHUNNING MERGER SESSION 
MERGER ISSUE: WHAT'S NEXT? 



5/11/1989 B 6 N 
5/16/1989 A 1 P N J40 
5/19/1989 A 4 E 



CRUZAN, NANCY 

A CASE FOR PLANNED DEATH 

CUATRECASAS, PEDRO (CHEMIST) 

GLAXO VICE PRESIDENT RESIGNS 
CUATRECASAS JOINS WARNER-LAMBERT 

^ DY ANTi-AB0RTi0N LAW SHOULD BE UPHELD BY TOP COURT/DENNIS L. CUDDY 
SEEKING EXCELLENCE OR CONTROL? 
ART AND THE WRONG MESSAGE 

NEW OWNERS HAVE BIG PLANS FOR DANIEL BOONE ICE RINK 

CUESTA, JAIME 

DURHAM BULLS, 1989 

TENDINITIS SIDELINES THREE BULLS PITCHERS 

CULBRETH, RICHARD (DRUG CHARGES) 

WEAPONS CHARGES MAY FOLLOW DOPE RAID 

CULLEN, BRYAN R. DR. 

POTENTIAL SEEN FOR AIDS CURE 

CULLEN, DENNIS 

CAVALIER RUNNERS CONTENDING AGAIN 

CULLINANE, DOUGLAS (COUNTY ENGINEER) 

COURTHOUSE WORK TO COST MORE THAN EXPECTED 

PUBLIC PROJECTS COSTLY „„„ ™ „. 

COUNTY ENGINEERS BACK CITY SEWAGE-TREATMENT PLAN 
DURHAM REVIEWS COURTHOUSE WORK BIDS MMM -„ 

$6.3 MILLION LOW BID FOR GENERAL CONTRACT ON OLD COURTHOUSE 
FIRMS WANT PAYBACKS UNDER INDUSTRIAL POLICY 

CUMMINGS, BILLY (PHOTOGRAPHER) 

PHOTOGRAPHS TELL HONEST NARRATIVES 

CUMPSTY, MICHAEL (ACTOR) 

UNC PLAYMAKER 'ARTIST' AT DUKE 

ARTIST ASCENDING/MICHAEL CUMPSTY IS BROADWAY-BOUND 

CUNLIFFE, BILL (PIANIST) 



H 2 12/12/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 7/11/1989 B 
H 2 10/10/1989 A 



H 2 1/18/1989 A 
H 2 8/08/1989 A 
H 2 10/28/1989 A 



5 N K65 
1 P N K65 



5 T J 
5 J 
4 E 



CHH 1 7/06/1989 A 1 P N H90 



H 2 4/14/1989 B 
S 2 5/10/1989 D 



CHH 1 1/04/1989 A 
H 2 7/14/1989 A 
H 2 9/28/1989 D 



H 2 1/11/1989 C 

H 2 1/15/1989 D 

S 2 4/07/1989 C 

S 2 6/05/1989 A 

H 2 6/07/1989 D 

S 2 10/20/1989 C 



2 P F 
1 P N P52 



3 N R63 
1 P N 
3 P N R54 



1 N A54 

4 E 

1 N H65 

1 N H65 

10 N 

1 N H65 



H 2 5/14/1989 E 9 P R G68 



H 2 11/06/1989 A 
H 2 11/19/1989 E 



6 U W66 

1 P F W15 



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CUNLIFFE WINS PIANO COMPETITION 

CURL HART 

' 'SPEAKER OUTLINES GRANVILLE'S PROGRESS AND PROBLEMS 

CURRENT, INEZ USRY (DECEASED) 

MRS. CURRENT, OWNER OF CAFETERIA IN BRAGTOWN 

CURRIN, BEN F. DR. (VANCE-GRANVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE) 
WORK PROGRESSING ON NEW BUILDING AT VANCE-GRANVILLE 
CURRIN, WYNN ARE SINGLED OUT FOR LEADERSHIP 
WATKINS' SUCCESSOR EXPECTED TO BE SELECTED TONIGHT 

CURRIN, CRAIG 

TOBACCO FARMERS TRY HYDROPONIC TOMATOES 

CURRIN GARLAND 

DURHAM FAMILY ON FLIGHT 232 CALLS SURVIVAL PURE MIRACLE 

CURRIN, HUGH SR. 

SIMONS RECEIVES GRAWILLE CHAMBER'S OUTSTANDING CITIZEN AWARD 

CURRIN, RUX 

2ND TOWER EYED FOR DOWNTOWN 

CURRIN, SAMUEL THOMAS (U.S. ATTORNEY) 

LAWYERS ARGUE WHETHER ABC SHOULD PRODUCE FILM IN LAWSUIT 

CURRIN, WES 

OXFORD'S CURRIN GETS A HELPING HAND, MAKES THE MOST OF TRYOUT 
DURHAM BULLS, 1989 

CURRY, BILL 

RESPONSIBILITY 

CURRY, KEVIN (TEACHER) 

A BLACK MALE ROLE MODEL FOR ALL STUDENTS 

CURTIS, MICHAEL (SUICIDE) 

MAN, WOMAN FOUND DEAD OF GUNSHOT WOUNDS 
OFFICER LOST JOB PRIOR TO SUICIDES 
UNC POLICE ADMIT OFFICER WAS SUSPENDED 

CURTIS, NANCY (SUICIDE) 

OFFICER LOST JOB PRIOR TO SUICIDES 
UNC POLICE ADMIT OFFICER WAS SUSPENDED 

CUTHBERT, RANDY (FOOTBALL) 

CUTHBERT FULFILLS PROMISE AT DUKE 

DUKE SHAKES OFF JACKETS BEFORE SRO CROWD 

MR. OCTOBER: CUTHBERT POWERS DEVILS 

DEVILS SHOW OFF AGGRESSIVE NEW DEFENSE 

CUTHBERT, STINGY DEFENSE PUT DEVILS IN TITLE CHASE 

CUTHBERT AND DEFENSE PUT DEVILS IN ACC TITLE CHASE 

RANDY CUTHBERT MAKES MOST OF OPPORTUNITY 

HINES, CUTHBERT AMONG HEISMAN CANDIDATES, THANKS TO SPURRIER 

CUTLER, KENNETH A. (TEACHER) 

BANK EXECUTIVE! SCHOOLS MUST STRESS 3 P'S 
BANK EXECUTIVE STRESSES THREE P'S FOR EDUCATION 

CZAJKOWSKI, JIM 

DURHAM BULLS, 1989 
THE PENNANT CLINCHER 

CZARNECKI, DAYLA 

THE TRIBULATIONS OF ELLIE 

D'ALONZO, THOMAS W. 

CLEARING THE RECORD 



S 

N E E 
P D — DATE — C 

H 2 11/23/1989 C 
H 1 11/23/1989 C 
H 2 4/28/1989 C 



H 1 1/28/1989 C 
H 1 6/20/1989 B 
H 1 10/12/1989 C 



H 1 4/21/1989 C 

H 2 7/20/1989 A 

H 1 3/30/1989 C 

H 2 10/20/1989 C 

H 2 8/04/1989 C 



H 2 4/09/1989 C 
H 2 4/15/1989 D 



S 2 8/18/1989 D 
CHH 1 10/22/1989 A 



H 2 9/07/1989 C 
CHH 1 9/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/09/1989 A 



CHH 1 9/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/09/1989 A 



H 2 10/08/1989 C 

H 2 10/29/1989 C 

S 2 10/30/1989 D 

S 2 10/30/1989 D 

H 2 10/31/198° B 

S 2 10/31/1989 B 

S 2 11/03/1989 B 

H 2 12/03/1989 C 



S 2 11/09/1989 C 
H 2 11/10/1989 C 



H 2 4/16/1989 C 
S 2 6/14/1989 A 



H 2 4/23/1989 E 
H 2 4/13/1989 A 



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I T 

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-PG L P BYL 

14 N 

1 N T33 

2 P38 



1 N H60 
1 P N 
1 N T33 



1 P N T33 
1 P N 
1 N T33 
1 N C60 
1 N S82 



2 P N C52 
2 P F 



1 U F25 
1 P N C62 



1 N 080 
1 N M70 
1 N M70 



1 N M70 
1 N M70 



8 P U M88 
1 P N C49 
1 P U D18 
6 P N P52 
1 P N C49 

1 P N F25 

2 P U F25 
2 U C49 



1 P N Yll 
1 P N C47 



12 P F 
1 P P K30 



5 P W 
2 N 



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DURHAM EDUCATORS LEARN BUSINESS UAYS 
D'AMBOISE, JACQUES (DANCER) 

^k'cELLS PLAY?..' - JACQUES D'AMBOISE SOLD ON MOLD 

D,ARM n! DURHAM LITTLE LEAGUE HOLDS 4TH ANNUAL MEETING 

fiABcR THAD 

GRAND JURY INDICTS DABER ON FALSE-PRETENSE CHARGES 

^l&mxm<*S GROUND FOR AREA PLANT 

DALAROY. KIT 

^"^'THRESHOLD' TO ADDRESS ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES 

DALEY, MARK EDUARD (ASSAULT CHARGE) njArr 

POLICE LOG/FORGERY AMONG CHARGES AFTER 2-COUNTY CHASE 

DALEY, RICHARD M. (CHICAGO) 
WHICH DALEY WILL EMERGE? 

DALI. SALVADOR 

SALVADOR DALi: OUTRAGEOUS GENIUS 

DALTON, MILTON MOSES 

HANDICAPPED MAN MISSING 

MISSING MAN FOUND IN BUTNER HOSPITAL 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN AWAKENED BY BURGLAR 

DALTON<- KUMINS, SELENE FAER 

SKS SFSffiS. CAN LEARN (CORRECTION printed 

^'hM'^PTOINTS DEBORAH SCHRECK CONTROLLER 

HERALD 'FATHER-CONFESSOR' DAMIANO RETIRING DEC. 29 
DAMIANO RETIRING FROM HERALD CO. 

DANIALS, CHRISTOPHER EVERT (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO DRUG ARREST 

^ IE DEAW , T H SEa , SECOND TERM IN LIBRARY POST 

DANIE BDfOCRATS , FILE FOR FIVE SEATS ON BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 
AT LEAST ONE RUN-OFF PLANNED IN GRANVILLE 

DANIEL, GEORGE (CASWELL CO. LAWYER) m 
SENATE BACKS SIX-YEAR TERM FOR GOVERNOR 
FRUGALITY MEETS PATRIOTISM HEAD-ON IN LEGISLATURE 

DANIEL, GEORGE E. (DECEASED) 

GEORGE DANIEL OF OXFORD, 79 

DANIEL, L. SAM DR. (GRANVILLE COUNTY) m ™_™, 

DEMOCRATS FILE FOR FIVE SEATS ON BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

DANIEL, WILLIAM HENRY (DECEASED) 

DANIEL, 107, RETIRED OXFORD FARMER 

^ IE MURD^ I CENTER E EMPLOYEE CHARGED WITH ASSAULT, FIRED 

DANIELS, CHRISTOPHER EVERT (DRUG CHARGES) 
DURHAM TEEN FACES DRIVING, DRUG COUNTS 

DANIELS, JERRY LEWIS (DRUG CHARGES) 



BY NAMES P^ 5/ 89 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -TO L P BYL 

S 2 6/20/1989 A 1 N S92 



S 2 1/05/1989 D 1 P F B71 
S 2 3/16/1989 D 1 P F B71 



S 2 9/26/1989 B 5 P N M06 

H 2 9/09/1989 A 1 P N 382 

H 2 9/15/1989 B 4 P N C60 

CHH 1 10/27/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 11/19/1989 B 1 N M51 

S 2 4/06/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 1/25/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 7/18/1989 C 4 P N 
S 2 7/18/1989 A 3 N 
H 2 7/19/1989 C 5 N 



S 2 2/15/1989 A 1 P N H65 
8-23-89) S 2 8/22/1989 A 1 P N S92 



H 2 10/01/1989 D 7 P N 
H 2 11/19/1989 B 1 P N S69 
S 2 11/25/1989 A 6 N 



H 2 9/23/1989 C 2 N S69 
CHH 1 9/02/1989 A 7 N 



H 2 2/24/1989 C 1 NTS! 
H 2 4/13/1989 C 1 N T33 



H 2 5/12/1989 A 11 F N 
S 2 7/11/1989 A 5 J Oil 



H 2 11/26/1989 B 2 

H 2 2/24/1989 C 1 N T33 

H 2 6/23/1989 C 2 

H 2 7/29/1989 A 1 N T33 

S 2 9/23/1989 A 3 N 



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POLICE LOG/RESTAURANT WORKER STRUCK WITH CLUB 

DANIELS, JOSEPHUS 

LOCAL STUDENT RECEIVES DANIELS SCHOLARSHIP 

DANIELS, NATHAN FORREST 
MOTHER SUES OWN SON 

DANIELS, NATHANIEL 
CORRECTION 

DANIELS, RUTH WESTBROOKS 
MOTHER SUES OWN SON 

DANNEGGER MARY 

SECRETARY SHINES AT THE KEYBOARD WHEN THOSE FINGERS GO TO FLYING 

DARDEN, GAIL (STABBING VICTIM) 

WOMAN STABBED IN CHEST, ABDOMEN 

VICTIM'S AUTO FOUND AT MALL; MAN ROBBED, STABBED WOMAN, DROVE OFF.., 

STABBING CASE: STOLEN AUTO FOUND AT MALL 

STABBED WOMAN MOVED OUT OF INTENSIVE CARE 

POLICE ARREST MAN IN STABBING 

DARITY, WILLIAM A. JR. DR. 

FOUR MEN ELECTED AS UNC-CH TRUSTEES 

DARLING, RON (BASEBALL) 

NETS' DARLING SERVES NOTICE WITH FIVE FLAWLESS INNINGS 

DARNELL, RICHARD "DICK- 
FOUR MORE MEN SENTENCED FOR SEX CRIMES 

DARTER, JEAN (MURDER VICTIM) 

CONVICTED KILLER NOW FIGHTING FOR LIFE 

DARWIN, REBECCA W. 

UNC PRESENTS 4 DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDALS 

DASCENZO, FRANK 

TWO STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS CAPTURE TOP N.C. PRIZES 
3 ON SUN STAFF WIN PRESS AWARDS 
THINGS I CAN DO WITHOUT 

DAUGHTRY, MAUREEN 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/MAUREEN DAUGHTRY 

DAVIDSON, ADAM KAY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILLMAN FACES DWI CHARGE 

DAVIDSON, DANIEL KEITH (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH DWI 

DAVIDSON, JOE C. (BURLINGTON) 

BURLINGTON NAMES PARKS FOR RECREATION PIONEERS 

DAVIS, ANNIE MAE S. 

COURT RULING BACKS WATKINS IN ESTATE CASE 

DAVIS, BETTE 

RAGS-TO-RICHES TALE HELPED BETTE DAVIS EARN HER TITLE 
'ALL THIS AND HEAVEN TOO'/IT'S PURE BETTE DAVIS 

DAVIS, BONNIE 

FORMER COURT CLERK SUES COUNTY 

DAVIS, BRIAN (BASKETBALL) 
AUTOGRAPH HOUNDS 

DAVIS, CALVIN 



N E 

P D 

H 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

H 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



S 
E 

— DATE — C -PG 

8/03/1989 B 9 

8/23/1989 A 9 

4/20/1989 A 1 

10/14/1989 A 7 

4/20/1989 A 1 

5/08/1989 A 10 



6/17/1989 C 1 

6/17/1989 C 1 

6/18/1989 B 1 

6/19/1989 A 7 

6/29/1989 A 1 



CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
S 2 
S 2 



6/11/1989 A 3 

3/29/1989 D 1 

12/16/1989 A 3 

1/09/1989 A 9 

5/17/1989 A 17 



1/27/1989 C 1 
1/27/1989 A 1 
5/19/1989 D 1 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

N M51 
N 

N R63 
N 

N R63 
P N K65 



N 

P N B53 
N 
N 
N B53 



N S17 
P U P75 
N H90 
N 
N 



P N T44 
P N 
U D18 



S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 1 
H 1 



H 2 

H 2 



7/08/1989 D 3 

4/23/1989 A 5 

8/22/1989 A 7 

12/22/1989 C 1 

6/09/1989 C 1 



7/28/1989 D 4 
11/03/1989 D 21 



CHH 1 8/31/1989 A 3 
S 2 4/11/1989 C 1 



P B 
N 
N 
N H60 

P N L40 



P R L59 
P R L59 



N H90 
P P S73 



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^ 6W ^ 1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



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WHEN DUTY CALLS, BABE AND BECK PROUD TO SERVE 

DAVIS, CHARLITA 

WEBB STUDENT SIGNS 

DAUIS CHUCK 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 
HIS PERFORMANCE A SCORCHER 
•TASTE OF AFRICA' IS DELICIOUS 
INTO AFRICA 
DANCE TIME 

DAVIS, CONNIE M. (MURDER VICTIM) 

COURT OVERTURNS MURDER CONVICTION 

DAVIS, COREY BERNARD (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 
TWO TEENS CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS 

DAVIS, DALE (BASKETBALL) 

DALE DAVIS 'HAPPENS' VS. STUNNED TAR HEELS 

DAVIS, DAVID R. (DRUG CHARGE) _ „ 

POLICE LOG/MAN STOPPED FOR BAD LIGHT; CHARGES FOLLOW 

DAVIS, DENNIS EARL (SHOOTING SUSPECT) 

SHOOTING SPREE IN HILLSBOROUGH LEAVES ONE HURT 
MAN ACQUITTED OF FIRING RIFLE INTO TRAILER 

DAVIS, DESSOLENE W. 

DAVIS TOP NCCU STUDENT TEACHER 

""\BHI S8FB Ws INHERITS CAVALIER *FENSE 

DAVIS, EDDIE 

HHS STUDENTS WANT STATE OFFICIALLY TO END POLL TAX 
TEACHER CHARGES XB DISCRIMINATION „_„,,„„, 
DURHAM TEACHERS FAVOR PLAN OF EVALUATING OWN WORK 

DAVIS, EVELYN Y. _ 

CORPORATE GADFLY PUTS ON 'COMEDY' 

DAVIS, GENE 

TUITION HIKE BLASTED; UNC STUDENTS VOW TO FIGHT 

STUDENTS DECRY TUITION PROPOSALS 

'CUBIST' PAINTING _ 

HARDIN SAYS INTERFERENCE IN BOYCOTT IS UNLIKELY 

STUDENT LEADER DAVIS SAYS HE'S PUSHING PROGRESSIVE AGENDA 

DAV S AMA WANTs'nEw'tECHNOLOGIST, HIGHER NURSE AIDES' STANDARDS 
AMA HEAD DETAILS FIGHT TO PROTECT HEALTH CARE 

DAVIS, JANE 

2ND COUNCIL VOTE BACKS CAMPUS HILLS DECISION 
clement: MAYOR FOOT-DRAGGING ON RULE 
TRIANGLE RESIDENTS HOPE FOR MILITARY CUTS 
DELEGATION YENS TO TIE KNOT WITH JAPANESE CITY 
TOYAMA IS DURHAM'S NEW SISTER 
DAVIS FILES FORO RE-ELECTION 

JANE DAVIS FILES FOR RE-ELECTION 

22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 

CITY ELECTION LINEUP; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 

ABILITY. RE-ELECT JAf€ DAVIS. (AD) 

CONSERVATION GROUP BACKS NO ONE IN MAYOR'S RACE 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE BACKS WELLS FOR MAYOR; HOKEBUILBERS FAVOR TILLMAN... 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

VOTE/' 89; VOTING PRECINCT TALLY 



H 2 10/05/1989 B 1 P U M88 



H 2 2/25/1989 B 1 P P K30 



H 2 2/23/1989 A 14 P G 

S 2 9/21/1989 D 3 P F B71 

S 2 10/02/1989 B 3 P R L34 

S 2 12/02/1989 B 1 P N Yll 

S 2 12/05/1989 C 1 P P K30 



H 2 1/05/1989 D 4 N 

H 2 3/26/1989 B 3 N 

S 2 2/02/1989 B 3 P N F25 

H 2 12/06/1989 C 1 N C47 



CHH 1 4/29/1989 A 1 P N R63 
CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 3 N H90 



S 2 5/02/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 11/24/1989 B 2 P N W55 



S 2 1/17/1989 C 1 P N S92 
S 2 6/13/1989 A 12 N S92 
S 2 7/07/1989 A 1 N S92 



H 


2 5/03/1989 C 


1 P N N36 


CHH 1 6/03/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 8/07/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 


1 8/10/1989 A 


3 P P T44 


CHH 


1 8/22/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 12/26/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


H 


2 2/13/1989 B 


1 N C60 


H 


2 2/18/1989 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 1/19/1989 C 


1 P N H70 


S 


2 3/14/1989 A 


1 N H70 


S 


2 3/20/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 6/13/1989 B 


1 P N C61 


S 


2 6/28/1989 A 


1 M N C61 


S 


2 7/24/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 7/25/1989 B 


1 P N 


S 


2 8/05/1989 C 


1 N C61 


H 


2 8/08/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 10/02/1989 B 


SPA 


S 


2 10/02/1989 C 


1 N C61 


S 


2 10/05/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 10/11/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 10/11/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 10/11/1989 A 


6 N 



DAVIS, JEFFERSON U. DR. 



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DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY APPOINTS FIVE 

DAVIS, JOHN (CHAPEL HILL BUILDING INSPECTOR) 
WALDEN OWNERS SUE TOWN 

DAVIS, JOHN EDWARD (ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

POLICE SAY ARRESTS OF SIX SOLVE 17 ARMED ROBBERIES 

DAVIS, JUNIOR (FROZEN EMBRYO TRIAL) 
COURT! FATHERS HAVE NO VOICE 

DAVIS, KATHRYN F. (INJURED IN AUTO ACCIDENT) 

FATAL WRECK PROMPTS ALDERMAN'S CALL FOR IMPROVED ROAD CONDITIONS 

DAVIS, KIM 

STORM HURRIES THE ARRIVAL OF BABY OVERDUE 1 WEEK 

DAVIS, LAWRENCE "CRASH" 

TWO 'CRASH' HRS BEGAN ALL-STAR RUN 

DAVIS, LAWRENCE III (N.C. DEMOCRATIC PARTY) 

LOBBYIST FMMTRUMER FOR N.C. DEMOCRATIC CHIEF 

RALEIGH MAN ENDORSED FOR DEMOCRATIC POST 

RALEIGH LAWYER PICKED TO HEAD DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

N.C. DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN WOULD LIKE MORE MODERATE STANCES 

DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN SAYS HE WON'T FORCE BELIEFS ON PARTY 

DEMOCRATIC OFFICIAL HIT ON ABORTION COMMENT 

SOME DEMOCRATS CALL FOR DAVIS TO RESIGN AS PARTY'S CHAIRMAN 

FORMER FOURTH DISTRICT DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN JOINS REPUBLICAN PARTY 

DAVIS, LUCY DR. (DUKE PROGRAM IN EDUCATION) 

ELEMENTARY-SCHOOL COUNSELORS CELEBRATE 20 YEARS OF SERVICE 

DAVIS, MARION 

HOME IS WHERE THE FASHIONS ARE 

DAVIS, MARK ALLEN (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY, SHOOTING 

DAVIS, MARY SUE (FROZEN EMBRYO TRIAL) 
COURT: FATHERS HAVE NO VOICE 

DAVIS, MICHAEL O'CONNOR (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH DWI 

DAVIS, NATE (HARGRAVES COMMUNITY CENTER) 

HARGRAVES RECREATION CENTER FOCUS OF BLACK COMMUNITY 

DAVIS, PAT (CARRBORO) 

DAVIS NAMED TO CHAIR COMMONS TASK FORCE 

DAVIS, PRESTON ADAMS MACON (RAPE CHARGES) 
SEX OFFENSE SENTENCE IS 16 YEARS 

DAVIS, RICKY DALE (ARSON CHARGES) 

CHARGE FILED AFTER VANCE COUNTY MOBILE HOME FIRE 

DAVIS, SARAH LENE (MURDER SUSPECT) 

GRANVILLE MAN SHOT TO DEATH; WOMAN CHARGED 

DAVIS, SCOn (WRITER) 

VIETNAM ERA CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR GOT BOOK IDEAS IN RICHMOND SLUMS 

DAVIS, SHARON L. 

FLAWING BOARD HAD IT COMING 

DAVIS, STEVE DR. 

SITE OF INDIAN VILLAGE ON ENO TO GET MORE STUDY 

DAVIS, THOMAS (RETIRED TEACHER) 



S 

N E E 
P D — DATE — C 

CHH 1 6/09/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/06/1989 A 

H 2 3/21/1989 C 

H 2 8/14/1989 A 

CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 

H 2 5/09/1989 A 

H 2 7/18/1989 D 



H 2 1/01/1989 C 

H 2 1/07/1989 A 

H 2 1/15/1989 B 

H 2 1/28/1989 C 

H 2 1/29/1989 B 

H 2 2/04/1989 B 

H 2 5/21/1989 B 

H 1 11/22/1989 C 



S 2 5/01/1989 C 

S 2 8/03/1989 A 

H 2 10/03/1989 B 

H 2 8/14/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/14/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/19/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/09/1989 A 

H 2 8/23/1989 C 

H 2 1/04/1989 C 

H 2 1/06/1989 B 

H 2 2/26/1989 B 

CHH 1 5/07/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/05/1989 A 



I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 

5 N 

1 N H90 

1 N M51 

4 E 

3 M N C62 
1 P N T33 

5 P F P75 



7 N 
6 N 

1 P N L40 
14 N 

4 P N 

2 N 

5 N 

1 P N L40 



1 P N S92 
6 P F 
14 N 
4 E 
9 N 
3 P N S17 

3 N 

12 N S82 

4 N 
10 N 

8 P U H49 
4 L 
3 P N H90 



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DAVIS: DURHAM MUST KEEP 'MOVING UP AND MOVING ON' 

DAVIS, THOMAS HENRY (N.C. BUSINESS HALL Of FAME) 

PIEDMONT AVIATION'S FOUNDER LAUDS FAR-SIGHTED RDU BOARD 
AIRPORT AUTHORITY MARKS 50TH ANNIVERSARY 

DAVIS, THOMAS M. 

DON'T DISCOURAGE DEVELOPMENT 

■^fcKWBWBB MESN'T REPRESENT ALL BUCKS 
EX-HILLSIDE TEACHER FAVORS SCHOOL MERGER 

DAVIS, WALTER (BASKETBALL PLAYER) 
THE COMEBACK 

DAVIS, WALTER (UNC BOARD OF GOVERNORS) 

UNC BOARD CANDIDATES INTERVIEWED „»„«... 

SPAULDING ON UNC BOARD AS CAUCUS BACKING PREVAILS 

DAVIS, WILLIAM REUBEN (WEAPON CHARGES) 

MOTEL DISTURBANCE CALL RESULTS IN DRUG ARREST 

DAVIS, ZACK "RAIN" IV 

NCCU HALL OF FAME INDUCTS 7 

HAWKINS, BARBARA JOYCE (SHOPLIFTING SUSPECT) 
TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

BAWKINS. BUCK 

SURVEY PLANNED TO GUAGE CANCER RATE IN BUTNER 

riAUk'TMC JOHNNY 

THE SPORTING YEARS/SUCCESS OF TEAMS, FAN SUPPORT KEEP SPORTS LIVELY... 
WITH DAWKINS, COMEBACK TRAIL LED TO DURHAM 

DAWSON, BETSY 

CHHS TEACHER TO DIG FOR LATIN 

DAWSON, BRIAN 

DAWSON PICKS AKRON ZIPS 

DAUS °FEWER Y N?C? HIGH SCHOOL GRADS ENTER UNC SCHOOLS IN '89 

DAY, DENNIS LEE (ASSAULT CHARGE) 

WOMAN ARRESTED FOR STABBING MAN 

DAY, MARK (CATERER) __ mmummm - 1 
DOWNTOWN RESTAURANT WILL OPEN TOMORROW 

DAYE, ANNA DELORIS (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN FACES CHARGE OF SELLING COCAINE 

DAYE, BARBARA HARRIS (DAMAGE TO CITY PROPERTY) 

POLICE LOG/CAR HOOKED ON TRACTOR-TRAILER BUMPER 

DAYE, CAROL „__ 

LIVING OUT ON THEIR OWN — TOGETHER 

DAYE, CLIFTON LEON SR. (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/PEDESTRIAN HOSPITALIZED BY HIT-AND-RUN VEHICLE 
POLICE L0G/*4,000 IN CHECKS, CASH STOLEN WHILE CLERK DISTRACTED 

DAYE, XYCE ANN (DRUG ARREST) _ 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 
POLICE LOG/DRUG CHARGES FILED AGAINST TWO RESIDENTS 

DAYE, TERESA JOHNSON (DRUG CHARGES) „„ _ __ _ 

POLICE LOG/PEDESTRIAN HOSPITALIZED BY HIT-AND-RUN VEHICLE 



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P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 6/27/1989 D 3 P U A76 



H 2 6/08/1989 C 1 P N K65 
S 2 6/08/1989 C 1 N T77 



H 2 3/22/1989 A 4 L 



S 2 3/31/1989 A 1 P N S92 
H 2 4/01/1989 A 1 N J40 



CHH 1 3/09/1989 A 10 P F 



H 2 2/22/1989 D 4 N 
H 2 3/02/1989 A 1 N L40 



H 2 8/29/1989 C 1 N 

S 2 4/25/1989 C 5 P N A76 

CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 3 N H90 

H 1 12/06/1989 C 1 P N T32 



S -2 4/19/1989 H 1 P F B31 
H 2 7/21/1989 B 1 P U M88 



CHH 1 6/16/1989 A 1 P N C62 

H 2 5/09/1989 B 1 P N C49 

CHH 1 11/26/1989 A 1 N S17 

S 2 11/24/1989 C 1 N B53 

S 2 2/27/1989 C 1 N 

CHH 1 8/18/1989 A 6 N 

H 2 9/29/1989 A 10 N M51 

CHH 1 5/15/1989 A 3 P N S17 



H 2 8/14/1989 B 5 N M51 
H 2 11/20/1989 B 1 N M51 



CHH 1 1/19/1989 A 8 N 
CHH 1 3/04/1989 A 2 N 



H 2 8/14/1989 B 5 N M51 



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BAYE, WALLACE O'KEITH (SHOOTING CHARGE) 

THREE SENTENCED IN SHOOTING ALTERCATION 
THREE DRAW SENTENCES FOR DOWNTOWN SHOOTINGS 

DA YE, WAYNE 

DRUG ABUSER TELLS OF CLIMB FROM BOTTOM 

DAYE, WAYNE THOMAS (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE THREE IN DWI INCIDENTS 

DE KLERK, F, W. 

LEADERSHIP ONLY CHANGE SO FAR IN SOUTH AFRICA 

DE MERS, DORIS 

DORIS DE MERS WINS COOKING CONTEST 

PRIZE CHILI i HEALTHY AND QUICK CHILI RECIPE IS FIRST IN CONTEST 

DEACON, BETH COLE 

CHAPEL HILL HERALD NAMES SALES MANAGER 

BEAK, BRIAN (BASEBALL) 

BULLS ARE READY TO ROLL 

DURHAM BULLS, 1989 

DEAK'S BLAST POUERS BULLS 

DEAK HELPS BULLS GET A HANDLE ON PITCHING 

DEAK'S SOLO SHOT SIM<S SOX 

BEAK EARNS LEAGUE HONOR 

DEAK'S MOVE BEHIND PLATE PAYS DIVIDENDS 

PITCHING POINTERS 

LITTLE TRIPLES; THREE BULLS ARE STARS 

DEAN, CHARLES EDWARD (BREAKING AND ENTERING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH THEFT OF CHURCH LAWN MOWER 

DEAN, FRANCIS B. 

GRANVILLE BOARD HEARS PRESENTATION ON INCINERATOR 

DEAN, JAMES LYNN (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/ALAMANCE MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

DEAN, JOE (SECRETARY OF CRIME CONTROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY) 
TURF FIGHT ERUPTS IN WAR ON DRUGS 

DEAN, KEVIN 

DEAN BLASTS HOMER IN FIRST DURHAM AT-BAT 

DEAN, REBECCA MALLOY (ARSON) 

THIRD PERSON CHARGED IN FIREBOMBING 

DEAS, CAROLYN LOUISE (DECEASED) 
POLICE IDENTIFY BODY 
POLICE LOG/DECOMPOSED BODY IDENTIFIED AS MISSING 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL 

DEBARDELABEN, BOB 

URAL WEATHERMAN DEBARDELABEN RETIRES 

DEBERRY, JAMES 

HILLSIDE'S WINNING TRADITION IN SPORTS STRETCHES BACK TO THE '20S 

CCBERRY LARRY 

DURHAM POLICE SAY MAN SHOOTS ALLEGED INTRUDER 
POLICE LOG/HOMEOWNER FIRES SHOT AT INTRUDER 

DEBO, TONY 

3RD TIME IS CHARMER FOR OPENING DAY 

DECK, T. M, (DURHAM POLICE DEPT.) 

POLICE SAY DWI PUBLICITY SNARLED DRUG PROBE 
STEPHENS: DON'T CLOSE BOOK ON PROBE 



H 2 12/07/1989 B 
S 2 12/07/1989 C 



H 2 10/04/1989 C 
CHH 1 3/18/1989 A 
S 2 8/18/1989 A 



H 2 3/29/1989 A 
H 2 3/29/1989 B 



S 2 4/05/1989 D 

H 2 4/20/1989 D 

H 2 4/27/1989 D 

H 2 5/10/1989 D 

S 2 6/30/1989 D 

H 2 7/04/1989 D 

S 2 7/17/1989 D 

S 2 7/19/1989 A 

S 2 8/29/1989 C 



H 2 8/20/1989 C 

H 1 10/20/1989 C 

CHH 1 9/15/1989 A 

H 2 4/30/1989 B 

S 2 7/07/1989 D 

H 2 3/02/1989 C 



S 2 9/05/1989 B 
H 2 9/06/1989 C 



H 2 5/14/1989 D 
S 2 4/19/1989 H 



S 2 12/04/1989 A 
H 2 12/05/1989 C 



3 N S82 
1 N B53 



1 P N C47 
7 N 
4 E 



1 P P 
1 P F W66 



CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 3 P N 



1 P N P52 

2 P F 

1 P N C52 
1 P N P75 
1 P N P52 

3 P N C52 
7 P N P52 
1 P P C45 
3 P N 



11 N M51 

1 N T33 

7 N 

1 N 

1 P N P52 

3 N 



1 N 
3 P N M51 



8 N 
4 P F A76 



1 N B53 
1 N S22 



S 2 5/02/1989 D 4 P N A76 



H 2 2/09/1989 C 
S 2 4/22/1989 A 



1 P N N36 
1 N B53 



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STEPHENS WON'T RELEASE REPWT 

OFFICER? HOPKINS FAILED 1 SOBRIETY TEST . rn „ A „ r „„ irr , 

UNDERCOVER OFFICER ACQUITTED; JUDGE RULES NO 'PROBABLE CAUSE'... 

DECK GETS 2ND POLYGRAPH timm „^ m Tl _ 

STEPHENS 'SHOCKED' THAT OFFICER UAS NOT DISCIPLINED 

SGT. DECK GETS SUSPENSION, TRANSFER TO PATROL DIVISION 

RESTRICTING COULD AFFECT 8,000 COUNTY ELEMENTARY STUDENTS 

iI^m'ISIcCLS^TAIN PLANS TO STEER STRAIGHT COURSE 
CHIEF HANTS TO OVERHAUL OPERATIONS 

I£CKE BaiEVE IT: DUKE'S DECKER NEARLY WORE A DIFFERENT KIND OF UNIFORM 
DUKE'S LAST RECRUIT MAKES IMPACT 

^^P0OcI\cC/2'1rKTED 4 AFTER ) P0INTING GUN AT WOMAN DRIVING ON 1-85 
TWO MEN ^fifflfflDEB TO SIX MONTHS FOR POINTING GUN AT WOMAN 

DEFRI UNC' PROFESSORS HELP WRITE NATIONAL MEDICAL REPORT 

DEGRAFFENREIDT, SALVATORE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE THREE IN DWI INCIDENTS 

DEGUELDRE. RONALD A. 

SECRET SERVICE LETS GUARD DOWN 

^fuW G FISH J 6lL R L0WERS RISK OF REBLOCKED ARTERIES 

DDj *K»wisSIONERS: EX-TAR HEEL DELANY SET FOR KNIGHT, BIG TEN 

^^'SOUVENIR SALES STILL DAY CARE SERVICES' DOMAIN 
MAKING CHILD CARE AFFORDABLE 
MIDWIVES SEEK 'BIRTH OPTIONS' 

DELK, FAY L. 

'HOMELESS' FOR A NIGHT 

BELLINGER, WALTER E. Ill 

DUKE PROF BLASTS FLAG-BURNING BAN 
LET'S NOT BE FLAG-WAVING SILLY 

DELMAR, CHARLES „ 

COOKBOOK DESIGNED FOR FIRST-TIME CHEFS 

^ t %JKE°DXTOR R PINPOINTS, TREATS CHILDREN'S 'MANIC DEPRESSION' 
CHAPEL HILLIANS VIEW UNREST IN CHINA 

DELRIO, CLEOFAS 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES SEX ASSAULT CHARGE 
GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN ON SEX CHARGES 
FOUR MORE MEN SENTENCED FOR SEX CRIMES 

BEMBICKS, PAIGE MARIE 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH HIT AND RUN 

DEMENT, GINA ,_ 

ANTI-LITTER GROUP GETS NEW CHIEF 

DEMENT, JEANNE 

•MR. DID'S' MAGICIAN FRIEND SAYS MAKE TRASH DISAPPEAR 

BENDY, MARK KRISTOPHER (DWI CHARGES) 



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P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



4/25/1989 A 
4/27/1989 A 
4/28/1989 A 
4/28/1989 A 
4/29/1989 A 
5/13/1989 A 



H 2 1/18/1989 C 

S 2 3/17/1989 A 

H 2 3/28/1989 C 

S 2 8/04/1989 C 



H 2 8/20/1989 B 
S 2 8/28/1989 D 



H 2 7/22/1989 C 
H 2 10/21/1989 C 



CHH 1 5/03/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/18/1989 A 

H 2 7/19/1989 A 

H 2 4/20/1989 A 

H 2 8/24/1989 B 



CHH 1 9/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/06/1989 A 



1 N B53 
1 P N B53 
1 P N S32 
1 N B53 
1 N N36 
1 N M06 



1 N J40 
1 N S92 
1 P N J40 
1 P N S92 



2 N M88 
2 P U F25 



2 N 
1 N S82 



2 N S17 
7 N 
4 E 

16 N C60 
1 P N 



3 N 

1 P G 

2 N 



CHH 1 10/04/1989 A 3 P N 



S 2 

H 2 


7/18/1989 A 
7/22/1989 A 


1 N 

4 E 


S 2 


1/25/1989 B 


1 P F 659 


S 2 

CHH 1 


7/06/1989 C 
7/30/1989 A 


1 N 
6 P U 



CHH 1 8/17/1989 A 5 N 
CHH 1 9/13/1989 A 3 N H90 
CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 3 N H90 



CHH 1 9/17/1989 A 3 N 
S 2 6/17/1989 C 1 P N T77 
H 2 7/28/1989 C 1 P N R60 



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POLICE LOG/CARY MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT, DWI 

DENNIS, EDDIE 

COACH 'LOVES* TEACHING TENNIS 

DENNIS, HELEN 

CLASSROOM CONDITIONS AMONG CONCERNS OF 2 CHAPTER HEATS 

DENNIS, TOM 

FIVE GENERATIONS 

DENNIS, WILLIAM A. "BILL" 

HENDERSON JAYCEES PRESENT ANNUAL AWARDS 

DENNISCN, PAUL 

THE HARMONIC BRAIN; KINESIQLOGISTS GATHER IN CHAPEL HILL 

DENNY, ELISHA (PITTSBORO) 

REST HOME ADVISORY GROUP REPORTS TO BOARD 

DENSON, DREW (BASEBALL) 
DIAMOND CHIPS 

DENT, RONALD L. (HIT-AND-RUN DRIVING) 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED UITH HIT-AND-RUN 

DENTON, LAURA S. (UHITAKERS, N.C.) 

MAYOR OF UHITAKERS AWARDED *52,702 FOR DEATH Of DAUGHTER 

DEPASQIIALE, FRANK A, 

DURHAM BUSINESSMEN NOMINATED FOR ARTS COUNCIL 
HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF DURHAM 
BELL AND TORCH 

DERIAN. PATRICIA MURPHY 

SCIENTISTS, ACTIVIST TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES 

DESSAUER, KINGA 

RESTAURATEUR, POTTER COMPETE FOR ALL OF CARRBORO'S LOAN FUND 

DEVINE, BEVERLY S. (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CHECK UNCOVERS DRUG PARAPHERNALIA 

DEVINE, GENE 

DEVINE REFUSES TO GIVE UP ON DEVILS 

DEVINE, JOHN 

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE/MOREHEAD SCHOLAR OPTS FOR TIKE IN PEACE CORPS 

DEVINNEY, CHARLES 

PITTSBORO CANDIDATES RUNNING UNOPPOSED 
CANDIDATES IN PITTSBORO RACES RUNNING UNOPPOSED 

DEVITTO, JOHN (UNC CAMPUS POLICE) 

UNC NAMES POLICS DIRECTOR/INTERIM HEAD VOWS "HANDS-ON" LEADERSHIP STYLE 

DEVIVO, JAMES (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/FORT BRAGG MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

DEVOE, DON (BASKETBALL) 

CRITICS WANT DEVOE TO GO 

DEVONE, JAMES M. 

DEMME ELECTED TO PLATFORM GROUP 

DEWEY, TODD (BASEBALL) 
DURHAM BULLS, 1989 

DEWS, BOBBY 

BRAVES' EXEC DEUS WORKS FOR RETURN OF TWO MINOR LEAGUERS 



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P D 


S I T 
E L Y 
— DATE — C -P6 L P BYL 


CHH 1 


8/30/1989 A 


5 N 


S 2 


7/25/1989 D 


5 P N A76 


H 2 


8/14/1989 B 


1 P N C47 


S 2 


11/29/1989 B 


3 P P 


H 1 


1/25/1989 C 


1 N H60 


CHH 1 


7/01/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


12/25/1989 A 


3 N M25 


S 2 


4/15/1989 B 


2 P U P52 


H 2 


8/04/1989 C 


2 N C47 


H 2 


2/10/1989 C 


14 N S32 


S 2 
S 2 
H 1 


4/01/1989 C 
4/14/1989 B 
6/22/1989 C 


1 N 

2 P P 

2 P P K30 


H 2 


3/08/1989 C 


1 N 


CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


1/14/1989 A 


8 N 


S 2 


9/29/1989 D 


3 P F 


CHH 1 


5/13/1989 A 


1 P N 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


8/07/1989 A 
11/06/1989 A 


3 N M25 
1 Q M25 


CHH 1 


11/15/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


9/18/1989 A 


3 N 


S 2 


3/16/1989 B 


1 P U D18 


S 2 


1/16/1989 A 


3 N 


H 2 


4/21/1989 B 


2 P F 


H 2 


7/09/1989 C 


2 N C52 



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DEXTE ERSATZ C ELyis DRAWS LAUGHS AND SOMETIMES TEARS FROM FANS 

DEY ' UISGETtWsIDENT DEY TESTIFIES RIVAL FIRM STOLE TRADEMARK 
L4M CEO TO GIVE MORE TESTIMONY 

SKfS Mi^IN ANSWERING BW'S COUNTERCHARGES 
LIGGETT SAYS IT WILL STAY IN CIGARETTE BUSINESS 

WH $k8FlSff%EB* OF HIS RAINBOW IN THE HOUSE 

DIAMONT'S TWO DRIVING JOBS _ _ „„„„ 
ANOTHER PROPOSAL IS UNVEILED TO INCREASE STATE REVENUES 
DIAMONT PLAYS DANGEROUS GAME WITH EDUCATION BUDGET 

HOUSE PANEL CONTINUES WORK ON EXPANSION BUDGET raiAW 

NEWUNC-Cti BUSINESS SCHOOL GETS NOD; N.C. STATE COLISEUM PLAN SNAGS... 

INSIGHT/WHAT PRICE OPENNESS? _,___ 

N.C. HOUSE, SENATE AGREE ON BUDGETS 

REP. DIAMONT NO LONGER JUGGLING LAWS, FOOTBALL 

™'^U^$W%&XR ITEMS STOLEN IN BREAK-IN 

DIBBEFT, DEBBIE 

MAIL SURVEY NEGATIVE ON DOWNTOWN TAX__ _ BrMMT pavc 
TROLLEY WON'T STOP HERE; UNLESS CARRBORO PAYS, DIBBERT SAYS 

DIBBERT, DOUG . ___ 

DIBBERT ELECTED ALUMNI TRUSTEE 

DICHTER, MISHA 

MT^y-lA nTHHTFR ROMANTIC 

MYSTICAL MISHA DICHTER MATCHES POISE, CANDOR WITH ALL-AMERICAN STYLE 

DICHTER CONTINUES 'SUPERSTAR' TRADITION BEGUN BY LISZT 

DICKENS, HAZEL (MUSICIAN) _ 

MINING A CAUSE/BRAGG AND DICKENS 

WKHB^™™ THgAT)^ u vM(iits pmm LQT 

DICKENS, ROBERT L. (DECEASED) 

g^'S^ffl^cR DIRECTOR AT FUQUA BUSINESS SCHOOL 
DICKENS' CARING AND SERVICE WILL BE REMEMBERED WITH LOVE 

DICKERSON, JOHN A. (HIT-AND-RUN VICTIM) 
PEDESTRIAN CRITICALLY INJURED 
HIT-RUN VICTIM IN IMPROVED CONDITION 

DI0<E Llr^ R BIG € MAN i DUKE'S RODNEY DICKERSON SET FOR 'SMALL' DEFENSIVE TASK 

DICKERSON, RUBY (SPENCER FLORIST) 

OLDER WORKER PROGRAM BLOOMS AT FLOWER SHOP 

DICKERSON, VERNON WELTON (ROBBERY CHARGES) 

ROXBORO MAN INTERRUPTS CHRISTMAS GIFT HEIST AT HIS HOME 

nTfjKTN^flN BLAKF 

PICKETERS, CHEERS GREET RESTAURANT'S OPENING DAY 

OFFICIALS HIT STREETS TO PLUG RECYCLING PROGRAM EXPANSION 

A GLIMPSE OF JAPAN'S CULTURE/JAPAN CLUB HOSTS ANNUAL UNC FESTIVAL 

PLAN TARGETS WELLNESS FOR CITY SCHOOLS 

DICKINSON, CHERYL 

DAY-CARE ENVIRONMENT IMPORTANT 

DICKMAW, RALPH (TRAFFIC DEATH) 



H 2 7/16/1989 B 1 U N36 



H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



S 

H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



7/12/1989 C 
7/12/1989 A 
7/13/1989 C 
7/14/1989 C 
7/27/1989 A 



N Bll 
N B53 
P N Bll 
N Bll 
N S22 



1/25/1989 
1/30/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/19/1989 
7/20/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/07/1989 
8/19/1989 



J Oil 
E 

N L40 
J Oil 
N 

N L40 
U L40 
N L40 
N 



H 2 9/19/1989 B 8 N M51 



CHH 1 4/27/1989 A 1 N C62 
CHH 1 4/28/1989 A 1 P N S17 



CHH 1 9/01/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 1/29/1989 E 
H 2 2/07/1989 B 
S 2 2/09/1989 D 



H 2 11/03/1989 D 
H 2 10/01/1989 B 



S 2 2/02/1989 C 
H 2 2/03/1989 C 
S 2 3/18/1989 A 



H 2 3/04/1989 C 
H 2 3/05/1989 B 



H 2 8/31/1989 D 
S 2 1/04/1989 A 
H 2 12/19/1989 C 



CHH 1 10/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/06/1989 A 



12 P R U66 

3 P R L59 

10 R C58 



5 P F B71 
8 N M51 



1 P 

2 P 
4 L 



3 N 
9 N 



1 P N C52 
1 P Q H65 
3 N T33 



1 P N 

1 N 

3 P N 

3 N 



S 2 5/09/1989 A 6 P F S27 



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TRUCKER DEAD AFTER BIZARRE ACCIDENT 

DIGSBY, RONALD ERIC (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

ROOKIE OFFICER ARRESTS SUSPECTS IN HOLDUP OF DURHAM JEWELRY STORE 
HAN, 19, GETS 23 YEARS FOR 2 ARMED ROBBERIES 
DIGSBY GETS 25 YEARS FOR ROLE IN ROBBERIES 

DILLARD, BERNARD 

HILLSIDE STUDENT PONDERS BUSINESS FOLLOWING STUDY 

DILLARD, DEMOS RICHARD (FALSE PRETENSE CHARGES) 
PURSE SNATCHING SUSPECT NETS 12 YEARS 

DILUEG. ANTHONY 

BLUE DEVILS' DILUEG SPARKLES IN EAST'S HULA BOWL TRIUMPH 

ACC SPLITS TALENT FOR FINAL BATTLE 

SELECTION BY PACKERS DILUEG »S DREAM COME TRUE 

MILLION HIGH ON SPURRIER, DUKE 

DILUEG BELIEVES BLUE DEVILS CAN DO IT AGAIN 

DUKE'S DILUEG WAITS IN HUBS AS PACKERS MOVE OUT OF COLD 

DINGFELDER, JUDY 

EASTOUNE CLINIC GETS HARASSING CALLS 

DINGLEDINE, RAYMOND 

GRANT BOOSTS EFFORTS TO FIND EPILEPSY CURE 

DIOSEGY, ARLENE J. 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/ ARLENE J. DIOSEGY 

DIXON, BANKS (EAGLE SCOUT) 
DIXON NAMED EAGLE SCOUT 

DIXON, CURTIS E, (WINSTON-SALEM CITY EMPLOYEE) 
BOND-POWELL BOOK DRAWS DURHAM READERS 
AUTHOR SAYS CONTROVERSIAL BOOK IS COSTING HIM HIS JOB 

DIXON, ERNEST T. (PERSON CO. SHERIFF) 

CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION i INTERCOMS TO BE INSTALLED AT PERSON CO. JAIL 

DIXON, GARY LEWIS (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

DIXON, GREGORY 

WINNING $3 MILLION GRANT WOULD BOOST DRUG, ALCOHOL PROGRAMS 

DIXON, JOY ANN (DRUG CHARGES) 
BONDSMEN FIND DIXON IN N.Y. 

DIXON, SAMUEL MCCOY (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MOTEL AND RESTAURANT ROBBED ; THIRD HOLDUP ATTEMPT THWARTED 

DIXON, THEE 

DIXON SETS HIS SIGHTS ON NASCAR 

DIXON, THOMAS E. (DUKE UNIV.) 

TRUSTEES NAME NEW VICE PRESIDENT 
DIXON GETS DUKE PROMOTION 

DOAN, THUY 

NORTHERN TELECOM VIETNAMESE WORKER HOPES HELMS SPEEDS REUNION WITH MOM 

DOBBS, JEAN 

DRESS CODE AT LOCAL BAR SPARKS CONTROVERSY 

DOBELSTEIN, ANDREU 

CARPBORO OFFICIAL HEAPS FEW COMPLAINTS FOR DOT 
OPPONENT DOUBTS DOT UILL SCALE DOWN PROJECTS 

DOBIES, C. J. 



CHH 1 8/24/1989 A 1 P N H90 



H 2 1/10/1989 C 
H 2 11/16/1989 C 
S 2 11/16/1989 C 



S 2 8/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/14/1989 A 



H 2 . 1/08/1989 B 

H 2 1/21/1989 B 

H 2 4/25/1989 B 

S 2 7/20/1989 B 

S 2 9/15/1989 D 

H 2 12/03/198? C 



CHH 1 7/26/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/03/1989 A 
S 2 8/19/1989 D 
S 2 3/08/1989 A 



S 2 1/23/1989 A 
S 2 1/23/1989 C 



H 1 4/04/1989 C 

CHH 1 8/26/1989 A 

H 2 6/23/1989 C 

S 2 3/31/1989 A 

H 2 9/11/1989 B 

S 2 5/30/1989 D 



S 2 5/22/1989 A 
S 2 5/31/1939 A 



H 2 11/06/1989 B 
CHH 1 10/09/1989 A 



CHH 1 6/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/06/1989 A 



1 P N M51 
1 N S82 
8 N 



1 P N M06 
3 N H90 



1 P N 

2 P N 

1 P N C52 
1 P U D18 

3 P N 

1 P U C49 



3 N M70 
3 P N S17 
3 P B 
10 N 



1 N M06 
1 N M06 



1 N T33 

3 N 

4 N S22 
1 N B53 
6 N M51 
4 P N A76 



6 N 
9 N 



1 P N K65 
3 N D38 



3 P N C62 
3 N C62 



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NEARLY $90,000 SEIZED IN RAID 

DOBIES, CHET (CHIEF JAILER) 

NEW JAIL WILL BE HOST COSTLY PUBLIC BUILDING 

rflBY y VANCE 

HIGH-TECH HELPS TELEPHONE COMPANY RETURN TO OLD-TIME SERVICES 

DOCKERY, JAMES JR. (BREAKING AND ENTERING) ^ m 
POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH THEFT OF CHURCH LAWN MOWER 

DODSON, BURNICE DAVID (CHILD MOLESTATION CHARGES) 
HILLSBOROUGH KAN INDICTED FOR SEX ABUSE 
MAN GUILTY OF SEX CRIMES AGAINST MINOR 
SEX ABUSE SENTENCE TO BE CONSIDERED 
MOLESTER JAILED DESPITE DOCTOR'S PLEA 

DOLBY, HELEN (INDECENT LIBERTIES) „ _ 
MAN SENTENCED ON INDECENT LIBERTIES CHARGE 

D ^ , WASHWGTON BENEFIT RAISES FUNDS FOR CANCER RESEARCH 

LABOR DEPARTMENT NEEDS WOMAN'S VIEW/DAVID S. BRgKR,— 

INSIGHT/THE BUSH TEAM; PRESIDENT'S CABINET HAS 7 REAGANITES 

MRS, DOLE TO GIVE 2 DURHAM SPEECHES 

ELIZABETH DOLE TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

ELIZABETH DOLE WILL SPEAK AT DUKE CHAPEL ON THURSDAY 

DOLE! FEDERAL GOVERNMENT NEEDS A CHILD-CARE POLICY 

SEEK SOLUTIONS TO CHILD CARE NEEDS IN WORKPLACE, DURHAM GROUP TOLD 

SECRETARY DOLE CHARGES U.S. WORKERS UNPREPARED 

CHURCH DEDICATION ATTRACTS 4,500 

nflLINER JEANNIE 

SPRING THE SECRET OF SWEET HONEY SINGING SUCCESS 

DOLLAR, ERNEST ARCHIE (CHARGED WITH EXPLODING BOMBS) 
DEPUTIES ARREST 2 FOR BOMBS _ 
TWO CHARGED WITH MAKING PIPE BOMBS 
3RD MAN HELD ON CHARGE OF HAVING PIPE BOMB 
POLICE CHARGE THIRD PERSON IN BOMB CASE 

DONNELL, LIZA (BASKETBALL) 
TURNING A TAR HEEL 

DOOLEY, BILL 

COACHES OFFER BEST/WORST OF ACC FOOTBALL 
DEACONS LOOKING FOR BODIES FOR EMPTY PLACES 
WHEN THE COACHES PLAYED... _ „ rT _ 

FOR DOOLEY, RETURNING TO CHAPEL HILL SWEET AS PIE 
WAKE'S 'TRENCH FIGHTER' GETS NO SOLACE FROM PAST 

DOOLEY, RAY „ 

ACTOR ON A ROLEt 'IT'S A CHALLENGE' 
DOOLEY DELIGHTS IN DISGUISES 

DORFMAN, ARIEL 

TRIANGLE WRITERS READ FROM BOOK 

AUTHORS MEET IN DURHAM TO BACK THREATENED RUSHDIE 
NIGHT B: POLITICAL DRAMA 

PRAN HIGHLIGHTS RIGHTS WEEK mrm 

ARIEL DORFMAN WILL READ TONIGHT AT HANES ART CENTER 

DORGAN, BYRON L. 

COMMON SENSE ON CAPITAL GAINS 

iwvhj TflRTN 

'TAR HEELS TO 'EXPERIMENT' WITH HORN AT CORNERBACK 
UNC PALS GET TOGETHER 
N.C. STATE TB ANTHONY BARBOUR TRIES TO CUT PAST UNC'S TORIN DORN,. 



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H 2 4/15/1989 C 1 P N A54 

H 2 12/04/1989 C 1 N S82 

S 2 4/19/1989 E 3 F B53 

H 2 8/20/1989 C 11 N M51 



CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 3 N H90 

CHH 1 7/04/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 7/07/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 7/08/1989 A 3 N H90 



CHH 1 4/01/1989 A 3 N H90 



S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



1/14/1989 A 
1/20/1989 A 
1/22/1989 D 
9/05/1989 B 
11/28/1989 A 
12/04/1989 
12/07/1989 
12/08/1989 
12/08/1989 
12/12/1989 



3 
5 
1 
1 
9 
5 
1 
1 
1 
12 



N 
U 
F 

N 
N 

N D80 
N E33 
N C60 
N S69 
N 



H 2 2/26/1989 F 4 P F 



s 


2 


1/16/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/17/1989 C 


1 


N 


s 


2 


1/18/1989 C 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 


1/19/1989 C 


6 


N 



S 2 2/16/1989 B 1 P P S73 



8/01/1989 D 

8/24/1989 D 

8/24/1989 D 

10/04/1989 C 

11/01/1989 D 



9/14/1989 B 
9/14/1989 D 



S 2 2/23/1989 A 

S 2 2/24/1989 A 

H 2 4/18/1989 B 

CHH 1 11/03/1989 A 

CHH 1 11/16/1989 A 



1 P U D18 
6 P F 

20 P F C49 

2 P N 
1 P N 



1 P F W66 
3 P F B71 



1 N B71 
1 P N B71 
7 R L59 
6 P N 
5 P P 



H 2 9/23/1989 A 4 E 



H 


2 


2/23/1989 D 


1 P N C49 





2 


8/22/1989 B 


2 P U F25 


S 


2 


9/25/1989 D 


1 P P K30 



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DORRANCES HOLD PARTY IN B'AMBIOSE'S HONOR/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

UNC SHIFTS SOCCER DUTIES; BOLOWICH TO COACH MEN 

UNC WOMEN SWEEP SOCCER, FIELD HOCKEY/BUSINESS AS USUAL' FOR UNC 

DORMICE FINDS SMITH'S WAY WORKS JUST FINE IN SOCCER 

TAR HEELS RULE WOMEN'S SOCCER WORLD/1984 UNC WOMEN'S SOCCER 

IOSS, JERRY 

ALAMANCE SCHOOLS APPOINT COMMITTEE ON TAX SUPPLEMENT 

ICSS, PATRICIA 

HIGH-TECH DEVICE RESTORES WOMAN'S HEARTBEAT 

DOSSETT, JACK THOMAS 

DOSSETT ELECTED MASONIC LEADER 

4TH MAYORAL CANDIDATE FILES; 2 JOIN COUNCIL RACE 

FOURTH CANDIDATE FILES FOR MAYOR; FIELD GROWS IN COUNCIL RACE 

22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 

CITY ELECTION LINEUP; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 

DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE, VOTE JACK T. DOSSETT (AD) 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

VOTE/ '89; VOTING PRECINCT TALLY 

EX-CANDIDATE DOSSETT BACKS FRIENDS— MINUS RILEY 

DOUGHERTY, PATRICK (SCULPTOR) 

DOUGHERTY WEAVES WORK FOR MUSEUM 

SCULPTOR FINDS HIS CREATIVE ROOTS IN SAPLINGS 

PATRICK DOUGHERTY STICKS TO WORK, WARDS OFF HYSTERIA 

REDUCING SIDEWALK TO ART RUBBLE 

ART FOR THE F-UBLIC; CONFERENCE TO PROVIDE FORUM FOR DISCUSSING.. .MEDIUM 

DURHAM FACES PUBLIC ART ISSUE 

DOUGLAS, ALEC 

DUKE PROF SAYS CANADA PEACEFUL 

DOUGLAS, CARMELO TODD (DRUG CHARGE) 
FELONY DRUG CHARGES FILED 

DOUGLAS, ERIC (CANADA) 

DUKE PROFESSOR HAD HAND IN FINDING WORLD WAR II NAZI WEATHER STATION 

DOUGLAS, MICHAEL G. DR. 

DOUGLAS NAMED BIOCHEM CHAIRMAN 

DOUGLASS, ADRIAN CEDRIC (DRUG CHARGES) 

NURSE, MEDICAL RESIDENT FACING COCAINE CHARGES 

DOUGLASS, FRANCES 

RESPONSE PLEASES ORGANIZER OF NEW CITIZENS GROUP 
POLITICIANS PONDER PRIMARY 

DOUTHIT, PAT 

MANY SUMMER JOBS ARE STILL AVAILABLE 

DOVE, RITA 

N.C. WILL BE HOST TO 4 PULITZER PRIZE WINNING AUTHORS 

POWELL, EARL H. DR. 

DUKE ENGINEERING DEAN COLLABORATES ON BOOK 
A LESSON LEARNED 

DONLER. ROD 

BUSINESSMEN LAUD ECONOMIC 'FORTRESS EUROPE' 

DOWLING, JAMES ROBERT (FALSE PRESCRIPTIONS) 

POLICE LOG/FALSE PRESCRIPTIONS LEAD TO MAN'S ARREST 

DOWNEY, LAVOISHA (ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

POLICE SAY ARRESTS OF SIX SOLVE 17 ARMED ROBBERIES 

DOWNEY, MORTON JR. 



CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



2/19/1989 A 

3/03/1989 B 

11/20/1989 B 

11/30/1989 B 

12/26/1989 C 



U 
N 

U M88 
N 
G F95 



H 1 1/10/1989 C 1 N T35 
S 2 6/09/1989 C 1 N B53 



H 


2 4/02/1989 B 


7 P N 


S 


2 8/04/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 8/05/1989 B 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 8/05/1989 C 


1 N C61 


H 


2 8/08/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 10/09/1989 A 


11 P A 


H 


2 10/11/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 10/11/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 10/11/1989 A 


6 N 


S 


2 11/03/1989 C 


1 N C61 


H 


2 1/20/1989 D 


5 N 


S 


2 5/25/1989 D 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 5/25/1989 D 


2 P F B71 


H 


2 6/08/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 6/08/1989 B 


1 P F S56 


S 


2 6/22/1989 D 


4 P G B71 


s 


2 2/20/1989 A 


1 P N M06 



H 2 10/26/1989 C 1 N M51 

H 2 3/12/1989 B 4 P U H49 

CHH 1 8/23/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 7/17/1989 B 1 N 



CHH 1 6/03/1989 A 3 N L90 
CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 1 N M20 



S 2 6/19/1989 C 1 N C61 
H 2 10/01/1989 E 8 P F H45 



S 2 1/25/1989 A 11 N 
S 2 12/23/1989 C 1 N 



CHH 1 6/14/1989 A 3 P N D38 
CHH 1 3/05/1989 A 5 N 
H 2 3/21/1989 C 1 N M51 



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LINKING THREE NEWS ITEMS 
DOWNEY FADES TO SILENCE 

DOWNEY, WILLIAM A. _ 

COURTHOUSE BIDS PUZZLING 

DURHAM COUNTY COURTHOUSE CONTRACTS NEED EXPLANATION 

DOZIER, ANN RICHARDSON (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 
THREE WOMEN KILLED IN TWO AUTO ACCIDENTS 

DOZIER, CARTER C. 

REQUEST TO ADDRESS OXFORD BOARD DENIED 

DRV JOHN PLAYS NEW ORLEANS BOOGIE-WOOGIE TOMORROW AT UNDER THE STREET 
DR. JOHN ROCKS ON 

DRAKE, AMELIA F. DR. „,_ 

DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY APPOINTS FIVE 

"^wM ^OPPORTUNITY' LANDS AREA WRITER IN POLITICAL SPOTLIGHT 

DRAKE, GERALD A. DR. 

PSR DETERMINED TO PREVENT HOLOCAUST 

"^PROPOSED FIRE STATION GETS COLONY PARK HOT 

DRAKEFORD, LEVI 

INCOME FORMULA THE RUB IN FAMILY LOSING RESIDENCE 

W ^pc^ S ij3g!t^ I arrested AFTER CHASE BY THREE CARS 

DRAPER, RUTH 

RUTH DRAPER'S CHARACTERS ALIVE AND WELL 

DRAPER, SHANNON ELIZABETH (AIDED PRISONER ESCAPE) 

WOMAN SLIPPED SAW BLADES INTO JAIL, SHERIFF CHARGES 

DRAUGHON, DONALD DR. 

PAPERBOYS BECOME 'STARS' 

DRAUGHON, WALLACE DR. 

PAPERBOYS BECOME 'STARS' 

DRAVECKY, DAVE 

DRAVECKY'S RETURN 

DREW, CHARLES (BLACK PHYSICIAN) 

'DREAM HIGH' DATES, DETAILS DROWN DRAMA 

DREW, MURIEL CHRISTINE (DRUG CHARGES) 
VANCE WOMAN FACES DRUG CHARGES 

'FBI ASKEd'dURHAM MAN ABOUT TOWER'S BEHAVIOR 

DRIESELL, CHARLES G. "LEFTY" 

LEFTY: 'I AINT'T PLAYING DEAN' 

DRILL, ISOBEL CRAVEN 

DUKE HONORS THREE AT FOUNDER'S DAY CELEBRATION 

DRIVER, SENTA 

'GROWING UP' IS HIGHLIGHT 



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S 2 7/22/1989 A 



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H 2 6/19/1989 A 
H 2 6/19/1989 A 



H 2 7/17/1989 B 

H 1 4/13/1989 C 

S 2 5/11/1989 D 

H 2 5/12/1989 D 

CHH 1 6/09/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/13/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/26/1989 A 

S 2 10/06/1989 A 

S 2 9/01/1989 C 

H 2 12/08/1989 C 

S 2 4/06/1989 D 

H 2 3/17/1989 C 

S 2 8/21/1989 A 

S 2 8/21/1989 A 

H 2 8/21/1989 A 

H 2 3/17/1989 D 

H 1 1/14/1989 C 

H 2 3/03/1989 A 

H 2 11/24/1989 B 

S 2 12/08/1989 C 

S 2 7/21/1989 A 



4 E 
4 E 



4 E 
4 L 



DR ^BEACKSCAPES OF THE MIND: PAINTINGS TO MAKE YOU SHAKE SAND FROM YOUR SHOE H 2 7/04/1989 B 



1 N M51 
1 N T33 



7 P P 
9 P F F55 



5 N 

3 P N D38 

4 L 

1 M N C61 
1 N H65 
1 N 
4 P R W63 
1 N T33 
1 P F U57 
1 P F U57 
4 E 

6 R P10 
1 N 

1 P N C60 
1 P N L22 
1 N 
9 P R B71 
1 P U W15 



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3 SHOWS, 3 ARTISTS, 3 STYLES 

DROZD, JAKES MICHAEL 

DUKE UNIVERSITY SENIOR UINS CHURCHILL SCHOLARSHIP 

DRUMMOND, GEORGE (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/5 SUSPECTS FACE DRUG CHARGES 

DRUMMOND, KENNY (BASKETBALL PLAYER) 

ON NBA STAGE, CONFIDENCE KEY FOR DRUMMOND 

DRUMWRIGHT, BOBBY BRYCE (DRUG CHARGES) 

ARRESTS INVOLVE $300 MILLION IN COCAINE 

POLICE ARREST 'MAJOR PLAYERS' IN DURHAM DRUG SALES 

DUBOSE, VALINDA HILL 

MRS. VALINDA HILL DUBOSE, 84 

$48.2 MILLION ESTATE PROBATED IN DURHAM 

DUBOSE WILL LARGEST IN COUNTY IN 25 YEARS 

DUCKETT, ANNE 

COMIC-STRIP REVIEWER 
REVIEW WAS TOO CAUSTIC 
RESTAURANT REVIEWS FAIR 
EL RODEO FOOD ENJOYABLE 
L'SPOOF FANTASTIQUE 

DUCKETT, FRANCOIS 

HERALD WRITERS RECEIVE AWARDS 

NEW TECHNIQUES HELP SOLVE DURHAM CRIMES 

DUFFNER, MARK (FOOTBALL) 

DUKE'S CANDIDATES/IF SPURRIER LEAVES, WHAT ICES BUTTERS DO? 

DUKAKIS, KITTY 

DON'T CONDEMN KITTY DUKAKIS 
LEAVE KITTY DUKAKIS ALONE 

DUKAKIS, MICHAEL S. 

WHAT HAPPENED TO 'MIRACLE'? 
THIS MIRACLE BECOMES A MIRAGE 



DUKE, ANGIER BIDDLE 

FAMILY GROUP TRACKS DUKES 



GONE ASTRAY' 



DUKE, BRODIE LEONIDAS MRS. 

TOBACCO-ERA BOOM SPARKED WOMEN'S LITERARY CLUBS 
FRIENDS STARTED NEW CLUB TO LIFT MRS. DUKE'S SPIRITS 

DUKE, DAVID (LOUISIANA) 

DUKE HAS TO PROVE THAT HE HAS CHANGED 
DON'T CONDEMN GOP 

DUKE, DORIS 

RESTORING DUKE'S ONCE ELEGANT RAILCAR GOAL OF VOLUNTEER RETIREES... 
DUKE FEARS HEIRESS' ADOPTION MOVE MAY CURB ENDOWMENT 

DUKE, JAMES BUCHANAN 

RESTORING DUKE'S ONCE ELEGANT RAILCAR GOAL OF VOLUNTEER RETIREES... 

DUKE HITS CIGARETTE COMPETITORS WHERE IT HURTS 

SANTA DUKE 

DUKE'S VISION AND REALITY 

BUKE, WASHINGTON 

DUKE-CARR RIVALRY MOLDS CITY INTO WORLD TOBACCO CAPITAL 

BOOM, BUST AND BOOM/BRIGHT ECONOMIC FUTURE STEMS FROM DURHAM'S BRIGHT... 



DUKE, WILLIAM 

BOOM, BUST AND BOOM/BRIGHT ECONOMIC FUTURE STEMS FROM DURHAM'S BRIGHT... S 



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H 2 7/23/1989 E 8 P R G68 



S 2 3/17/1989 C 1 N 



2 8/13/1989 B 8 N 



H 2 10/22/1989 C 1 P U M88 



2 6/07/1989 A 
2 6/08/1989 A 



2 8/29/1989 C 
2 9/13/1989 C 
2 9/13/1989 A 



1 P N B53 
1 N M51 



12 P 
1 N S82 
1 P N B53 



2/22/1989 A 
2/23/1989 A 
2/27/1989 A 
2/27/1989 A 
4/07/1989 A 



2 3/19/1989 B 
2 9/29/1989 A 



1 N 

1 D N B53 



S 2 11/29/1989 D 1 P U D18 



2 2/10/1989 A 
2 3/10/1989 A 



2 6/06/1989 A 
2 7/31/1989 A 



4 E 
4 E 



4 E 
4 E 



11/24/1989 C 1 P N Yll 



2 7/03/1989 C 
2 7/17/1989 B 



2 2/23/1989 A 
2 2/27/1989 A 



1 P U 

1 P U 



4 E 
4 E 



1/03/1989 B 4 P N 
3/02/1989 A 1 N M06 



2 1/03/1989 B 4 P N 

2 4/19/1989 F 2 P F M06 

2 12/10/1989 B 3 P P C45 

2 12/13/1989 A 4 E 



2 4/19/1989 E 9 P F 
2 4/19/1989 F 1 P F M06 



2 4/19/1989 F 1 P F M06 



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UNCLE BILLIE DUKE MADE THE SINNERS GET HAPPY 

DULA 'RBWMPa) N pQJCAN GUIDE MAKES WAY BACK TO HILLSBOROUGH'S BOOKSHELVES 

DULEY, EILEEN 

IN DULEY'S SPORT, FUTURE IS ALWAYS UP IN THE AIR 

BUNAWAY, FAYE (ACTRESS) _ 
DUVAL, DUNAWAY MAY FILM AT DUKE 
LATEST DURHAM PASTIME! DUVALL SIGHTINGS 
DURHAM SET FOR 'HANDMAID'S TALE' 

DUNBAR, LIN (GRAD STUDENT) _ 

^STORIES OF A FAMILY ARE BRIDGES ACROSS DISTANCE AND TIME 

niflgrAM, GARY 

FORMER FIRST UNION BUILDING MAY BECOME PIZZA RESTAURANT 
REASON FOR CAFE DECISION CLARIFIED 

DUNCAN, HOBERT PRESTON (DRUG CHARGES) 

WEAPONS CHARGES MAY FOLLOW DOPE RAID 

BUNGEE, KENNETH LYNN (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/ABANDONED MONTE CARLO SIMILAR TO VEHICLE SOUGHT.., 
COUSINS' 'MOVIE' ENDS IN DEATH ON 1-40 

NAACP ASKS FOR SBI PROBE, $15,000 REWARD , ,_ 

SBI JOINS PATROL'S INVESTIGATION OF FATAL RAMMING WRECK ON 1-40 
LEARNING TO WALK AGAIN NEXT FOR RAMMING VICTIM 
DRAWING ISSUED OF MAN WANTED IN HIT-AND-RUN 
UNSOLVED FATAL RAMMING ON 1-40 RE-ENACTED FOR TV 

rtlNHAM CHARLES 

(3ENER0SITY HELPS WINLESS BULLDOGS SCORE AT MEALTIME 



H 2 6/25/1989 E 8 P U L57 
CHH 1 6/17/1989 A 3 P N H90 
H 2 6/24/1989 B 1 P N V05 



S 2 1/19/1989 A 
H 2 3/04/1989 C 
S 2 3/09/1989 D 



1 P N B71 
1 P N J40 
1 P F B71 



H 2 12/24/1989 E 4 D N U66 



CHH 1 7/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 



3 N C62 
3 P N C62 



CHH 1 1/04/1989 A 3 N R63 



CHH 1 
H 



1/02/1989 A 
1/06/1989 A 
1/10/1989 C 
1/11/1989 D 
1/14/1989 C 
1/20/1989 B 
11/07/1989 B 



3 N 
9 N 

2 N 
9 N M51 
1 P N 
9 D N 
1 N N36 



H 2 10/09/1989 B 1 N C47 



^^lAT^COMMITTEE TO STUDY EFFECT OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITY CHH 1 
CHATHAM OFFICIALS LOOKING TO DODGE NUCLEAR WASTE PILE CHH 1 

COUNTY DELAYS ACTION ON DEAN MOSS PLAN CHH 1 

DUNLAP ELECTED CHATHAM CHAIRMAN CHH 1 

CHATHAM STAFF'S PAY STILL LAGGING BEHIND STATE COUNTERPARTS CHH 1 



7/30/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/20/1989 

12/05/1989 

12/09/1989 



DUNLOP, JAMES 

CARRBORO PLANNER TO LEAVE POST 

BUNLOP, JOHN W. (UNC CENTER FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION) 
NEW HOME WILL CENTRALIZE PUBLIC TV OPERATION 



CHH 1 6/11/1989 A 
H 2 1/12/1989 C 



DUNN, CHARLES (N.C, SBI) u 

A FRIGHTENING SERMON ON DRUGS _ _ AllTT _,„ H 

N.C. OFFICIALS LOBBYING FOR SBI'S DUNN TO BE NAMED TO FEDERAL ANTI-DRUG H 



SBI OFFICIAL WARNS CRACK WILL BRING 'GANGS AND GUNS' 

DUNN, GEORGE WASHINGTON (DECEASED) 
TIMBERLAKE MAN DIES IN WRECK 

'POLICE LOG/POLICE SEARCHING FOR MAN CHARGED WITH FIRING SHOTS 
CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS MAN IN ASSAULT CASES 
ARREST FOLLOWS CRIMESTOPPER TIP 
CRIME-HOTLINE TIP BRINGS SHOOTING ARREST 
POLICE LOG/SHOOTING CASE SUSPECT HELD ON '84 CHARGE 

, LARRY D. (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MASKED MAN ROBS RESTAURANT 

fiJJNN MAUTjE 

'a TRIBUTE ON MOTHER'S DAY; RECALLING THE 'FOUR ROSES- 
DUNN, ROBERT EARL (ROBBERY, ASSAULT CHARGES) 



H 



2 3/02/1989 A 
2 3/12/1989 A 
1 9/08/1989 B 



3 P N M25 

1 P N M25 

3 P N M25 

3 N M25 

3 P N M25 



3 N 
1 P N K65 



4 E 
13 N 
1 P N T33 



H 2 1/10/1989 C 12 



2 11/14/1989 B 
2 12/04/1989 C 
2 12/14/1989 B 
2 12/14/1989 B 
2 12/19/1989 C 



2 9/17/1989 B 
2 5/14/1989 E 



1 P N M51 
3 P N 
1 N S69 
1 P N 
1 N M51 



4 N M51 
2 P U L57 



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POLICE LOG/VAN STRIKES 2 PEDESTRIANS 

DUNN, THOMAS MILTON 

HEARINGS AUG. 8 FOR 7 ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS 

DEMONSTRATORS FOUND GUILTY OF TRESPASSING 

ANTI-ABORTION ACTIVISTS TO APPEAL CONVICTIONS 

12 JURORS SEATETJ FOR TRESPASS DEFENDANTS 

JUDGE REBUFFS MOST DEFENSE TACTICS IN PROTESTERS TRIAL 

ABORTION PROTEST TRIAL ENDS IN MISTRIAL 

DUNN, WILLIAM R. "BILL" 

HEARSE A ROLLING BILLBOARD OF OUTRAGE 

DUNNEGAN, ESTHER M. 

HORRISVILLE TEACHER HONORED 
MORRISVILLE TEACHER WINS AWARD 

DUPREE, LOUIS DR. 

DUKE TEACHER! AFGHANS' FUTURE PRECARIOUS 
DUKE PROFESSOR, RESEARCHER DIES 
LOUIS DUPREE, EXPERT ON AFGHANISTAN 
MEMORIAL SERVICE SET FOR LOUIS DUPREE 

DURAN, ROBERTO 

BIG MONEY TARNISHES BOXING'S ACHIEVEMENTS 

BURDEN, ROBERT (HISTORIAN) 

DUKE HISTORY PROFESSOR EXAMINES LAW SCHOOL LEGACY 

DURHAM, ROBERT MELVIN (HILLSBOROUGH) 

PURSE SNATCHING SUSPECT NETS 12 YEARS 

DURHAM, THOMAS DALE "TOMMY" (DECEASED) 
PROCESSION HONORS WRECKER DRIVER 

DURHAM, TODD 

SERTOMA AWARD 

DURHAM, VERNARD LAYTON (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE POSTAL WORKER WITH DWI 

DURHAM, WOODY 

HARK THE SOUND OF WOODY DURHAM (CORRECTION PRINTED 3-16-89) 

NAME INCORRECTLY REPORTED 

TAR HEELS' NEW WRINKLE: HARK THE SOUND OF WOODY 'S VOICE/COLLEGES 

BUROURE, JEAN-FRANCOIS 

BUROURE DANCES MEDIEVAL FANTASY 

ON BASTILLE DAY! FRENCH DANCE CAPTURES AUDIENCE 

DURSTEINf- DECKER, CHERYL 

TRIATHLON COMPETITOR TO WORK WITH KIDS WHO HAVE ASTHMA 
TRIATHLON ATHLETE WITH ASTHMA SHARES HER TRAINING SECRETS 

BUTTA, JYOTSNAMOY DR. 

NCCU SCIENTISTS GET CONTRACT TO BUILD FREE-ELECTRON 5UN FOR FAR-INFRARED 

DUVALL, JILL 

HELMS DEFENDS AD SAYING PHOTOGRAPHER DIED OF AIDS 

DUVALL, ROBERT (ACTOR) 

DUVAL, DUMMY MAY FILM AT DUKE 

LATEST DURHAM PASTIME'. DUVALL SIGHTINGS 

DURHAM SET FOR 'HANDMAID'S TALE' 

DYER, DONNA 

tl MILLION LOAN PONDERED BY CITY LABELED HIGH RISK 

DYER, JIM 

FAIR IS OVERRUN WITH CAUSES 



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P D — DATE — C 

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S 2 7/03/1989 A 

H 2 8/09/1989 C 

S 2 8/09/1989 B 

H 2 11/01/1989 D 

H 2 11/02/1989 B 

H 2 11/03/1989 A 



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10 N B53 

1 N S82 

1 N B53 
9 N 382 

2 N S82 
1 N S82 



H 2 9/07/1989 C 1 P N N36 



H 2 2/01/1989 C 
S 2 3/10/1989 A 



H 2 2/19/1989 B 

S 2 3/22/1989 A 

H 2 3/23/1989 B 

H 2 4/05/1989 C 



S 2 12/09/1989 A 

S 2 11/03/1989 B 

CHH 1 1/14/1989 A 

H 2 7/27/1989 C 

S 2 2/17/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/07/1989 A 



S 2 3/03/1989 B 
S 2 3/16/1989 A 
H 2 8/27/1989 B 



H 2 7/15/1989 C 
S 2 7/15/1989 A 



H 1 6/08/1989 C 
H 1 6/16/1989 C 



H 2 8/22/1989 B 
H 2 8/24/1989 B 



S 2 1/19/1989 A 
H 2 3/04/1989 C 
S 2 3/09/1989 D 



H 2 5/05/1989 C 
H 2 4/24/1989 A 



2 N 
6 N 



5 M 080 

1 P 
4 P 

2 



4 E 
10 N 

3 N H90 

2 P P S76 
10 P P S73 

8 N 



1 P F G59 
7 N 

2 N M88 



2 R L59 
8 P R L34 



1 P N T33 
1 N T33 



1 P N C60 
12 N 



1 P N B71 
1 P N J40 
1 P F B71 



1 N R63 
4 E 



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DYKES, SPIKE (COACH) _ 

RED RAIDERS ENJOYING SURPRISING SEASON 
DYKESJ NO COMPARISON TO SPURRIER 

DYLAN, BOB (MUSICIAN) 
•31N(& OF THE SOUTH 

ALEGENDARY PERFORMER, YET HE ISN'T SELLING OUT CONCERTS/BOB DYLAN 
BOB DYLAN PUTS ON A MASTERFUL SHOW 

EA< ^PSYCHOLOGIST COUNSELS DURHAM POLICE FORCE 

EAGLEBURGER, LAWRENCE „ rs ^ Tm , m%rr __. 

NOMINEE FACES GRILLING ON WARM MILK, CIGARETTES, DERRIERES 

' RONNIE EARL & THE BROADCASTERS 

EARNHARDT, ASHLEY _^„ m „ „™„™ 

OXFORD'S PLAN FOR MIXED DRINK REFERENDUM STYMIED 

FRIDAY SPECIAL DAY FOR ASHLEY EARNHARDT IN HOMETOWN OXFORD 

EARNt E^MhlARDrS TIRE CHOICE CRUCIAL TO NASCAR VICTORY 
CHARLOTTE BECOMES NASCAR'S GREAT EQUALIZER 
earnhardt-rudd: DIFFERENT YEAR, SAME STORY 

EARP, D. W. (DURHAM POLICE OFFICER) mM . mmm . ™, A r>«-e 

2 NO-SHOW POLICEMEN MUST SHOW CAUSE OR FACE CONTEMPT CHARGES 
OFFICERS RESPONSIBLE FOR JUSTICE BREAKDOWN 
JUDGE DECIDES POLICE OFFICERS NOT IN CONTEMPT 

'NEIGHBORHOOD IN DISPUTE OVER YARD OF PIT BULLS 

EASLEY, HOWARD DR. _ „ _ 

GUESS ROAD FARMER HAD CORN, GOOD TALES TO OFFER 
RETIRED COMMISSIONER DR. HOWARD EASLEY DIES 
DEATH STILLS EASLEY'S GREEN THUMB, SHARP TONGUE 
HOWARD EASLEY: MAN WITHOUT ALIBIS 

EASLEY. MICHAEL F. (DISTRICT ATTORNEY) 

STATE PROSECUTOR FORMALLY ENTERS U.S. SENATE RACE 

^ T V6pJ€R ( AIDt T F0R HELMS, EAST FACES KIDNAPPING, SODOMY CHARGES 

EASTBURN, KATHRYN (MURDER VICTIM) 

SOLDIER ACQUITTED OF THREE SLAYINGS 

EASTER. TERRI „ 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ASSAULT 

EASTERLING, WILLIAM E. DR. m mtmm 
EASTERLING TO TAKE CONTINUING ED POST 

EASTWOOD, CLINT (ACTOR) 

JAZZ CONCERT HERALDS MONK INSTITUTE ^_ 

THELONIOUS ASSAULT; "FAMILY" REUNION PLANNED AT DUKE 

TO HONOR THELONIOUS MONK; 'HIGH PRIEST'S' MEMORY DRAWS JAZZ ZEALOTS 

JAZZ EVENING CELEBRATION OF HISTORY, SOMETHING NEW 

THE WRITE STUFF! GARDEN OF EATON YIELDS 'PEBBLE* STORIESS 

EAVE, GARY (BASEBALL) 
DIAMOND CHIPS 

EAVES, HERBERT JUNIOR (DRUG CHARGE) 



S 2 11/23/1989 B 
H 2 12/27/1989 D 



H 2 9/08/1989 D 
H 2 11/03/1989 D 
S 2 11/09/1989 B 



S 2 9/19/1989 B 
S 2 3/23/1989 C 
H 2 1/13/1989 D 



H 1 3/16/1989 C 
H 2 3/18/1989 B 



H 2 4/17/1989 D 
H 2 10/10/1989 B 
H 2 10/17/1989 B 



H 2 1/06/1989 C 
S 2 1/10/1989 A 
H 2 3/01/1989 C 



1 P N D18 
3 P N W55 



8 P F H90 
4 D F B71 
8 P R B71 



1 P F 659 
7 J 
17 P P 



1 N T33 
1 P N T33 



1 P N M98 
3 P N M64 
3 P N M98 



1 P N S82 
4 E 
1 N 



CHH 1 8/04/1989 A 3 P N H90 



H 2 2/12/1989 A 

H 2 2/12/1989 A 

S 2 2/13/1989 C 

H 2 2/15/1989 A 



H 2 10/03/1989 B 
H 2 6/19/1989 B 
H 2 4/20/1989 B 
CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 



H 2 1/01/1989 C 

H 2 1/13/1989 D 

H 2 1/15/1989 A 

H 2 1/16/1989 B 



S 2 9/28/1989 D 
S 2 5/06/1989 B 



1 P N H45 
1 P 
1 P 
4 E 



1 P N L40 

2 N 

4 N 
6 N 

5 P N 



1 P N 

11 P F W66 
1 P N P38 
1 P R S66 



3 P R 
1 P U P52 



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POLICE LOG/MORE ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

ECCLESTON, CRICKET 

CEDAR GROVE MAN GETS 20-YEAR JAIL SENTENCE 

ECKEL, FRED M. 

UNC PROF! MANY BALDING MEN HAVE ALTERNATIVE 

ECKERT, VIRGINIA 

FAVORABLE RULING ENDS SUIT AGAINST WILLHOIT 

EBBINS, MICHAEL 

DUKE DIET CENTER! HEIGHT LOSS WITH TASTE 

EDDLEMAN, WELLS 

PAPER GOOFED IN GOALS 

NUCLEAR POWER FOE EDDLEMAN HAS FILED 350 ISSUES WITH NRC 

EDENS, A. HOLLIS 

FEWER STUDENTS LIFT STANDING 

EDGERSTON, DERRICK 

FOOD SERVICE HONORS EMPLOYEE FOR FOILING THEFT AT UNC CAMPUS 

EDGERTON, CLYDE (WRITER) 
ANOTHER YEAR NOTED 

AUTHORS MEET IN DURHAM TO BACK THREATENED RUSHDIE 
ARTICLES; EDGERTON GETS GUGGENHEIM 
EDGERTON WILL SPEAK AT DTCC FUND DRIVE 
TAR HEEL WRITERS MAKING STRIDES IN LITERARY WORLD 
A 'RANEY' DAY, AUTHOR CLYDE EDGERTON MESMERIZES STUDENTS WITH MUSIC... 
'WALKING ACROSS EGYPT* TO OPEN NOV. 2 AT UNC 
'WALKING ACROSS EGYPT'/THIS PLAY REALLY COOKS 

EDGERTON, WILBERT DR. 

MORE RESEARCH URGED TO HELP THE MENTALLY ILL 

EDIDIN, HEIDI 

COOKING SHOULD BE EXCITING AND FUN 

EDMISTEN, RUFUS 

OFFICE SUITE ASSIGNED TO SECRETARY OF STATE 

SOMEONE RETURNS ITEMS STOLEN FROM EDMISTEN 

ATTORNEY GENERAL! NO CHARGES LIKELY FROM HAYTI FTOBE 

EDMISTEN ASKS INVESTIGATORS TO HASTEN HAYTI FRAUD PROBE 

EDMISTEN SHOULD APOLOGIZE 

HAYTI INVESTIGATION CONDUCTED PROPERLY 

EDMISTEN, WHITE AGREE TO END PROBE 

HAYTI CONSUMER CORP. INVESTORS MAY RETRIEVE FUNDS 

LAW WOULD REQUIRE ATHLETES' AGENTS TO BE REGISTERED 

LATEST SKEPTICISMS ABOUT EDMISTEN IN MAGAZINE 

SLAIN OFFICER'S RELATIVES INVITED TO ATTEND VIGIL 

EDMONDS, HELEN BR. 

PEOPLE/DR. HELEN EDMONDS HONORED BY AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

NCCU HONORS DR. EDWARDS DURING AWARDS DAY Ff?OGRAM 

NCCU DEDICATES BUILDING TO DR. HELEN G. EDMONDS 

CORRECTION 

EDMONDS RECEIVES N.C. DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD 

NCCU BOARD ELECTION CRITICIZED AS SEXIST 

EDMONDS KEEPS COOL IN NCCU CONTROVERSY 

A MISSED Of-PORTUNITY? 

NCCU TRUSTEES SHOULD HAVE ELECTED DR. EDMONDS 

NCCU TRUSTEE CHAIRMANSHIP SELECTION RAFfO 

EDMONDS, HENRY L. REV. 
READY TO REBUILD 

EDMONDS, ROBERT (GOLF) 

GOLFER LIVES NIGHTMARE 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

CHH 1 11/18/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 2 N H90 

S 2 3/27/1989 C 1 N 

CHH 1 2/21/1989 A 3 P N H90 

H 2 8/30/1989 B 1 P F D77 



2 1/10/1989 A 4 L 
2 11/05/1989 B 1 U N36 



S 2 4/19/1989 G 2 F S92 



CHH 1 2/03/1989 A 8 P N 



S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 



1/05/1989 

2/24/1989 

4/27/1989 

5/03/1989 

6/04/1989 

10/03/1989 

10/15/1989 

11/03/1989 



F B71 
N B71 
N G59 
N 

U H45 
N S92 
N 
R B71 



H 2 2/01/1989 C 2 P N 



S 2 4/12/1989 B 1 P F S27 



1/06/1989 
1/19/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/25/1989 D 
7/03/1989 A 
7/04/1989 A 
7/17/1989 A 
10/02/1989 A 
12/12/1989 A 



8 

4 
1 

1 P 
4 
5 
1 
1 
9 P 

c 

3 

i p 



N 
N 

N S69 
N M06 
E 
L 

N H65 
N S69 
N 

J Oil 
N B53 



H 

S 

H 

S 

CHH 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 



1/05/1989 B 

4/14/1989 A 

4/15/1989 

4/15/1989 

4/21/1989 

9/22/1989 

9/23/1989 

10/01/1989 D 

10/02/1989 A 

12/22/1989 C 



1 

10 

2 

5 
1 
4 
4 
4 
1 



N 

N S92 

N 

N 

N 

N N36 

E 

E 

L 

N N36 



H 2 9/11/1989 B 6 P P T32 
S 2 2/28/1989 A 4 E 



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EDM ° N E»IONre^ IE STORYJ FROM UALK-ON TO EAGLES DEFENSIVE LEADER 
EAGLES MUST WIN TO STAY IN TITLE RACE 

EDMONDS, WOODY (PRINCIPAL) 

TWO CITY PRINCIPALS ANNOUNCE RETIREMENT 

EDWARDS, BLAKE (FILM DIRECTOR) 

^^SKIN DEEP': BUSY BLAKE EDWARDS EMBARRASSED AGAIN 

EDWARDS, CLARENCE EUGENE (DEATH FROM EXPOSURE) 
AN IDEA BORN OF DEATH IN WINTER'S COLD 

EDWARDS, CLIFTON LAMONT (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) __ __ „ „„-__ 
ttJRHAM POLICE CHARGE 2 TEEN-AGERS WITH ROBBING TAXI DRIVER AT GUNPOINT 

EH ^Iffi^/raS HOUSE BOARDER FACES COCAINE CHARGE 

EMWR LEAI)E^OF L THE OLD 30TH DIVISION PROUD OF ITS HISTORY 
EDWARDS, DONALD VERNON (MURDER SUSPECT) 

MURDER SUSPECT CHARGED AGAIN _ ,„„. 

EDWARDS ADMITS KILLING, OFFICERS SAY; CLAIMS SELF DEFENSE... 

POLICE LOG/SUSPECT FACES MORE CHARGES 

ANNADALE, EDWARDS INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGES 
COUNTY MAY HAVE 4TH DEATH ROW CASE 
EDWARDS TO GET NEW LAWYER 

EDWARDS, DOUG (BASKETBALL) 

MIAMI'S EDWARDS ON MOST-WANTED LIST 

EDWARDS, ELLIOTT WAYNE „ 

UNC OFFICER CHARGED IN THEFT PROBE 
FORMER UNC OFFICER WAIVES HEARING RIGHT 
CAMERA RECORDED THEFT ACT AT UNC 
EX-OFFICER INDICTED IN THEFT 

EDWARDS, ENARIS CLINTON (DRUG CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/4 CHARGED WITH AUTO THEFT 

EDWARDS, GLADYS (ARSON) 
HOLDING CELL ARSON 

^^CTORe'oLD NEWSPAPERS UNTIL RECYCLE MARKET IMPROVES 

EDWARDS, JAMES (HENDERSON) ™- ATmrr , rr^ 

HENDERSON MAN BATTLES SYSTEM FOR CANCER TREATMENT, LIFE 

EDWARDS, JEHUE (HILLSBOROUGH) liii j ji i i i m Ar ,„ m 

EARLY "WAKE-UP CALLS" NAB DRUG SUSPECTS/48 ARRESTED A _„, T ™ 

EARLY "WAKE-UP CALLS" NAB DRUG SUSPECTS/FIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. 



PTiUAf.'DS jra-M 

RIGHTS ACT IN '645 DURHAM'S DREAM ON PAPER/THE NEW DAY 



THEN & NOW 



EDWARDS, JOHN (AUSTRALIAN MUSIC ENTHUSIAST) _„ 

BLUEGRASS TO GOSPEL; UNC'S SOUTHERN FOLKLIFE COLLECTION FEATURES... 

EDWARDS, JONATHAN (SINGER/SONGWRITER) 

'SUNSHINE' EDWARDS IN CARRBORO TONIGHT 

EDWARDS, JOYCE PERRY DR. „ „ „ mmm ~- 

RAISE IN TUITION PROPOSED FOR OUT-OF-DISTRICT STUDENTS 

EDWARDS, KEITH (UNC-CH POLICE OFFICER) 



H 2 9/22/1989 B 
S 2 9/27/1989 D 



CHH 1 3/10/1989 A 

H 2 3/31/1989 D 

H 2 5/01/1989 C 

S 2 7/20/1989 C 

H 2 11/26/1989 B 

H 2 4/16/1989 B 



CHH 1 1/01/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/04/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/07/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/26/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/28/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/28/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/07/1989 A 



1 P N P75 
1 P N F'52 



3 N 
3 P R S66 
1 N A54 
1 N B53 
1 N M51 
6 P U L57 



1 N M70 

3 N M70 

1 N M70 

1 N M70 

3 N 

1 N H90 

1 N H90 

3 N 



H 2 1/01/1989 B 5 P N M64 



CHH 1 9/13/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 



H 2 7/23/1989 B 

H 2 10/22/1989 B 

H 2 7/21/1989 C 

H 2 3/26/1989 A 



CHH 1 11/15/1989 A 
.. CHH 1 11/15/1989 A 



H 2 7/02/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/15/1989 A 

H 2 2/24/1989 D 

H 2 5/09/1989 C 



1 N M70 

3 N M70 

1 N M70 

3 N 



3 N M5i 

4 N M51 
4 C N Bll 
1 P N N36 



1 P N M70 
1 P N U57 



1 P F N36 
3 P N M70 
5 P N 
1 N J40 



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UNC OFFICER'S CASE IN LIMBO 

STATE HAY RETRACT DISMISSAL MOTION IN DISCRIMINATION SUIT 

UNC POLICE OFFICER'S CASE STILL ALIVE 

NEW MOTION FILED IN EDWARDS CASE 

UNC OFFICERS CLAIM REVERSE DISCRIMINATION 

CAMPUS POLICE OFFICERS SEEK SPECIAL HEARING 

OFFICER SEEKS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION INPUT IN UNC DISCRIMINATION CASE 

UNC OFFICERS' CASES SCHEDULED FOR MORE HEARINGS IN OCTOBER 

UNC TO INTERVIEW THREE BLACK FEMALE OFFICER CANDIDATES 

UNC OFFICER WHO FILED COMPLAINT DROPPED FROM PANEL 

STATE .MCE TO CONSIDER EDWARDS' GRIEVANCE 

STATE JUDGE ROES FOR EDWARDS 

EDWARDS CASE TWO YEARS OLD 

UNC OFFICER REJECTS DEAL 

EDWARDS UPS THE ANTE/REJECTS $50,000 SETTLEMENT 

EX-PANELIST RECONSIDERS 

SHERMAN REASSIGNED; JUDGE SEEKS 'FACTS' IN EDWARDS' HEARING 

OFFICER REJECTS GRIEVANCE SETTLEMENT 

NEW GRIEVANCE FILED 

EDWARDS TO BE FOCUS OF RAINBOW RALLY 

SUPPORTERS RALLY FOR UNC POLICE OFFICER 

EDWARDS' ATTORNEY CALLS FOR UNC ACTION 

'MISSION STATEMENT' TO DETAIL POLICE DUTIES 

LAWYERS SQUARE OFF OVER EDWARDS CASE 

EDWARDS SAYS UNC WANTS TO 'EASE' HER' OUT OF FOLICE DEPT. 

OFFICER REJECTS $65,000 SETTLEMENT OFFER 

TWO POLICE OFFICIALS SAY EDWARDS SHOULD HAVE BEEN OFFERED PROMOTION 

ANOTHER UNC POLICE OFFICER ALLEGES PROMOTIONS UNFAIR 

WHITE UNC OFFICERS CITE PREJUDICE 

JUDGE MAY TAKE PRIVATE TESTIMONY FROM BURLESON 

EDWARDS' ATTORNEY 'CONFIDENT' 

KEEP EDWARDS' HEARING OPEN TO PUBLIC 

EDWARDS, KENNETH DALE 

MOTHER SUES TOWN OVER 198? DROWNING 

EDWARDS, LALL JAVAN (BREAKING AND ENTERING/ ARSON) 
POLICE LOG/NEIGHBOR CHARGED IN BREAK-IN, ARSON 

EDWARDS, MICHAEL (CRUELTY TO ANIMALS CHARGES) 
JAIL TERM UNUSUAL FOR ANIMAL NEGLECT 

EDWARDS OLIVIA 

LOOKING AHEAD; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MARKS 124TH ANNIVERSARY 

EDWARDS, SAMUEL BRUCE III (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH DWI 

EDWARDS, T.J. (FOOTBALL) 

FOR EDWARDS, DUKE WASN'T HOME AWAY FROM HOME 

EFIRD, JAMES M. DR. 

SMITH CHAPEL TO MAKE CLEAR THE MOST UNDERSTANDABLE BOOK IN THE BIBLE 
SOME MORE REVELATION ABOUT DISSENTING PROFS 
ATTACK AD RAISES TWO ISSUES 

rpijyjTj KNOX 

TEACHER RECEIVES REGIONAL HONOR 

EFLAND. SIM (ORANGE COUNTY CATTLEMAN) 

EFLAND RESPONSE TO AIRPGRT PROPOSAL MIXED 

EGGLESTON, CYNTHIA 

'THIS PLACE HAS A LOT OF HISTORY'; CHILD CARE PROGRAM FACING DEADLINE 

EHRINGHAUS, SUSAN 

SETA MISUNDERSTOOD TALKS— UNC 

EIFRIG, DAVID DR. 

UNIVERSITY NEWS BRIEFS 



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



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 
CHH 



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 



2/02/1989 

2/03/1989 

2/15/1989 

3/03/1989 

6/16/1989 

8/09/1989 

8/29/1989 

8/31/1989 

9/05/1989 

9/13/1989 

10/10/1989 

10/11/1989 

10/11/1989 

11/02/1989 

11/03/1989 

11/03/1989 

11/04/1989 

11/28/1989 

11/28/1989 

12/03/1989 

12/04/1989 

12/08/1989 

12/08/1989 

12/17/1989 

12/19/1989 

12/19/1989 

12/20/1989 

12/21/1989 

12/22/1989 

12/22/1989 

12/23/1989 

12/24/1989 



N S17 
N S17 
N 

N SI? 
N SI? 
N SI? 
N SI? 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N SI? 
N SI? 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N SI? 
N S17 
N 

N M70 
N S17 
N SI? 
N SI? 
N S17 
N SI? 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
E 



CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 1 P N H90 

H 2 10/08/1989 B 10 N M51 

CHH 1 5/27/1989 A 3 N H90 

CHH 1 4/26/1989 A 3 P N SI? 

CHH 1 4/05/1989 A 10 N 

H 2 10/28/1989 D 1 P N C49 



H 2 3/18/1989 A SPA 
H 2 3/23/1989 A 4 L 
H 2 3/31/1989 A 4 L 



CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 5/20/1989 A 1 N L90 

CHH 1 5/30/1989 A 3 P N 

CHH 1 11/22/198'? A 3 N W57 

CHH 1 3/C7/1989 A 5 P N 



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EILBER, CHARLES "CHUCK" 

EILBER NAMED DIRECTOR Of U.S. SCIENCE PROGRAM 

EILBER ACCEPTS FOUNDATION POST 

EILBER! MATH SCHOOL FACULTY NEEDS RAISE ivw , t 

WORK BY MATH SCHOOL FACULTY JUSTIFIES LARGE SALARY BOOST 

HOU MUSEUM BOARD REACHED AGREEMENT ON PLAN FOR TWO CAMPUSES 

MINORITY RECRUITER SLOT IN NCSSM'S FORCED BUDGET CUTS 

SCIENCE, MATH SCHOOL BOARD PLANS SESSION WITH SEAkCH PANEL 

DURHAM MUSEUM BOARD TO DISCUSS MERGER 

COUNTY GIVES *9,600 MORE TO MERGER GROUP 

MERGER GROUP STALLS; CHAIRMAN ASKS SOUL SEARCHING 

EILBER UINS YMCA AUARD „ _„ A 

EILBER, MISS HARRIS RECEIVE KNIGHT AWARDS FROM YMCA 

SCHOOL TO HONOR DEPARTING DIRECTOR ___ 

MATH SCHOOL HEAD LEAVING 'VERY BIG FOOTPRINTS' 

MATH GRABS WILL HEAR EILBER SPEAK 

EILBER, 193 GRABS BID NCSSM FAREWELL _ 

DEPARTING DIRECTOR URGES MATH GRADS TO SET GOALS 

A MODEL FOR LEADERSHIP; CHARLES EILBER ON CUTTING EDGE IN SCHOOLS... 

INSIGtff/KEEPING THE BALL ROLLING/DEPARTING NCSSM HEAD OPTIMISTIC ON... 

EILBER, JANET 

EILBER GUEST ON 'COLUMBO' 

EINSTEIN, KURT 

EINSTEIN TO SPEAK AT LINBERGER EVENT 

EKDAHL LARS 

DUKE MEDICAL CENTER SUED OVER OPERATION ON KNEES 

EL ZABAR, KAHIL 

IT'S JAZZ; SAX PLAYER, PIANIST TEAM UP IN SHOW 

Fl ( ^HTFXH ALY H DR 

NCSU PROFESSOR SAYS ASTRONAUTS COULD MAKE SPACE STATIONS OF CERAMIC... 

ELDREDGE, BOB REV. 

BARBECUE TO OFFSET KIDNEY TRANSPLANT COSTS 

ELDRETH, BETTY JEAN (LAWSUIT AGAINST DUKE MEDICAL CENTER) 

PANEL PROBES DUKE FOR FRAUD OVER USE OF DEBATED CANCER TEST 

DUKE MEDICAL CENTER FACES INQUIRY OVER USE OF EXPERIMENTAL CANCER TEST 

n CApTUR ti f RPnORD 

LAWYER ACCUSES DUKE HOSPITAL OF TRYING TO INTIMIDATE WITNESSES 

CANCER TEST LAWSUITS DIVIDE DUKE'S DOCTORS 

DUKE PATHOLOGY DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN TO RESIGN 

DUKE CANCER TEST TO BE TOPIC ON '20/20' _^-^„ 

DUKE DOCTOR SAYS OFFICIALS TRIED TO PROVE HIM MENTALLY INCOMPETENT 

DUKE FACES MORE INTIMIDATION CHARGES m - T „„, „ 

NETWORK WON'T HAVE TO TURN OVER TAPED INTERVIEWS WITH DUKE OFFICIALS 

DUKE SETTLES OUT OF COURT IN CANCER TREATMENT SUIT 

ELDRIDGE, ALBERT F. DR. 

DUKE TERRORIST EXPERT SEES FEW OPTIONS 

E ^ I MENTAl1hEALTH PLAN WOULD FOCUS ON SEVERE PROBLEMS (CORRECTED 2-24-89) 
MENTALLY ILL SAID COMPETENT ON NEEDS 
2 BLACKS ARE NOMINATED FOR MENTAL HEALTH BOARD 

ELEY, HERBERT (ACTOR) 

ELEY LANDS TV ROLES, AIRING THIS WEEKEND 

ELGIN, BOB (ASSAULT VICTIM) 

REALTOR CONVICTED ON ASSAULT CHARGE 

ELIAS, ELIANE 

PALTER, JACKSON INSPIRE YOUTHS AT WORKSHOP 

ELION, GERTRUDE B. DR. 



1/27/1989 A 
1/28/1989 C 
2/01/1989 A 
2/10/1989 A 
2/12/1989 D 
3/04/1989 C 
4/09/1989 A 
4/24/1989 C 
4/25/1989 C 
4/27/1989 C 
4/28/1989 A 
4/29/1989 C 
5/25/1989 B 
5/26/1989 C 
5/27/1989 A 
5/28/1989 B 
5/29/1989 C 
6/01/1989 A 
6/11/1989 D 



S 2 5/01/1989 C 
CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 
H 2 9/23/1989 A 



S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1 
1 
1 

4 
5 
1 

13 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

6 
1 
1 
3 
1 
4 
1 



N S92 
N 

N M06 
L 
U 

N J40 
N 

N M06 
N H65 
N S92 
N H65 
N 
N 

N S92 
N S92 
N J40 
N S92 
E 
F A20 



2 N 

3 N 

1 N S82 



H 2 3/23/1989 B 1 N 
H 2 2/24/1989 A 12 P N 
CHH 1 3/10/1989 A 3 P N L90 



S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 



1/17/1989 C 
1/18/1989 A 
1/19/1989 A 
4/20/1989 C 
4/23/1989 B 
5/13/1989 C 
6/09/1989 C 
6/28/1989 C 
8/06/1989 B 
8/22/1989 B 
10/05/1989 A 



N S92 

N C60 

N 

N 

N 

N C60 

N C60 

N 

N 

N 

N N36 



H 2 8/02/1989 A 1 P N Bll 



S 2 2/21/1989 B 1 P N H65 
S 2 2/24/1989 C 1 N 
S 2 6/07/1989 A 12 N H65 



S 2 5/11/1989 D 6 P N 
CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 3 N H90 
H 2 8/01/1989 A 6 P R S66 



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NOBEL WINNERS SAY HELPING OTHERS TOPS PRIZE AS THEIR REWARD 

'VIRUSES AND CANCER' SYMPOSIUM TOPIC 

2 RECEIVE MEDALLIONS FROM WOMEN'S COUNCIL 

STATE SALUTES FIVE OF ITS FINEST 

RTP FIRM GIVES SCHOLARSHIP TO N.Y. COLLEGE 

ENDOWMENT HONORS MS. ELION 

NOBELIST, MAGNATE AMONG '89 N.C. AWARD WINNERS 

HITCHINGS, ELION NAMED CITY AMBASSADORS 

DR. ELION TRACES DIFFICULT STEPS TO NOBEL PRIZE 

A NOBEL CAUSE 

NOBEL-WINNING DIPLOMATIC CORF'S 

ELKINS, A. COOLITJGE 

AUTHORITY HAS TWO NEW MEMBERS 

ELKINS, JAMES PAUL "TED" (DECEASED) 
AUTO DEALER PRESIDENT ELKINS, 71 

ELKINS, MIKE (FOOTBALL PLAYER) 

ACC SPLITS TALENT FOR FINAL BATTLE 

ELLINGTON, DUKE 

MORE OF ELLINGTON'S 'PRIVATE COLLECTION' IS OUT ON CD 
ALBUM ENRICHES AND PRESERVES ELLINGTON TUNES 
ELLINGTON 'DEFECTOR' SHINES IN COLLECTED RECORDINGS 

ELLIOT, JEFFREY 

N.C. STATE ARENA COULD HURT SMITH CENTER, UNC DIRECTOR QUESTIONS NEED. 

ELLIOT, WILLIAM RUSSELL (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 
FUGITIVE BREAK-IN SUSPECTS ARRESTED 

ELLIOTT, BILL (STOCK CAR RACER) 

WHO'S THAT IN THE REARVIEU MIRROR? IT'S 'AWESOME BILL' 
STOCK CAR RACER COMING TO TOWN 

STOCK CAR RACER BILL ELLIOTT MAKES A PIT STOP AT DHS HIGH 
EVEN WITH BAD BREAKS, ELLIOTT REMAINS IN THICK OF RACE 

ELLIOTT, JAMES "BUMPS" 

NCCU HALL OF FAME INDUCTS 7 

ELLIOTT, SANTIAGO BONEE (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 

THREE MEN CHARGED IN HOLDUP OF 3 PEOPLE IN APARTMENT OFFICE 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 5 

ELLIOTT, SANTIAGO BRUCE (INDECENT LIBERTIES) 

INDECENT-LIBERTY INDICTMENTS ISSUED BY DURHAM GRAND JURY 

ELLIOTT, WILLIAM "NUTTY" 

ESCAPEE CONFESSES TO 237 BREAK-INS 
MCNEILL ARREST SPURS THEFT PROBE 

ELLIOTT, WILLIAM W. DR. 

DR. ELLIOTT HELPS ESTABLISH PROFESSORSHIP 

ELLIS, BARBARA DR. (SCHOOL PRINCIPAL) 

GROUP WANTS PRINCIPAL FIRED AT DURHAM HIGH 

DR. ELLIS 'UNAWARE' OF OUSTER DEMANDS 

CITIZENS TO ADDRESS BOARD ON DURHAM HIGH ILLS 

CHANGE NEEDED AT DURHAM HIGH 

DHS PRINCIPAL TO BE TRANSFERRED 

DURHAM HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL TO BE TRANSFERRED TO Y.E. SMITH 

CLOCK RUNS ON DURHAM HIGH 

SMITH PARENTS TO MEET ON TRANSFER OF ELLIS 

SMITH ELEMENTARY GROUP SAYS SCHOOL DOES NOT WANT IS. BARBARA ELLIS 

CHANGE MAY BENEFIT BOTH DHS, DR. ELLIS 

SMITH PARENTS CRITICIZE ELLIS' TRANSFER 

DR. FAISON'S UNDIPLOMATIC FIAT 

SMITH PUPILS' PETITIONS PROTEST NEW PRINCIPAL 

PETITION WON'T STOP ASSIGNMENT 



H 

CHH 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 



1/01/1989 

3/21/1989 

3/30/1989 

4/01/1989 

4/09/1989 

6/10/1989 

10/28/1989 

11/29/1989 

11/30/1989 

11/30/1989 

12/02/1989 



N 

P N 

N 

E 

N 
P N 
P N 

P N E33 
P N C47 
P N E33 

E 



H 1 2/22/1989 C 
H 2 2/27/1989 B 
H 2 1/21/1989 B 



H 2 5/19/1989 D 
H 2 5/25/1989 B 
H 2 7/18/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/27/1989 A 
H 2 6/26/1989 C 



H 2 7/23/1989 C 

S 2 9/05/1989 A 

S 2 9/18/1989 C 

H 2 9/19/1989 B 



3 N P41 
6 P 
2 P N 



6 P R S66 
1 P R S66 
6 P R S66 



1 P N S17 
1 N 



2 P N M64 

3 N 

1 P N S92 

2 P N M98 



S 2 4/25/1989 C 5 P N A76 



H 2 3/23/1989 C 
S 2 4/04/1989 A 



H 2 8/22/1989 B 



H 2 1/25/1989 A 
S 2 6/26/1989 A 



6 N M51 

1 N B53 



N S82 



P N M51 
P N B53 



S 2 4/19/1989 C 4 N 



s 


2 12/06/1989 B 


1 


P N Yll 


s 


2 12/07/1989 C 


1 


P N Yll 


s 


2 12/11/1989 C 


1 P N Yll 


H 


2 12/13/1989 A 


4 


E 


s 


2 12/15/1989 A 


1 P N Yll 


H 


2 12/16/1989 A 


1 P N C47 


H 


2 12/18/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 12/18/1989 A 


1 


N Yll 


H 


2 12/19/1989 A 


1 


N C47 


S 


2 12/19/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 12/19/1989 C 


1 


N Yll 


H 


2 12/24/1989 D 


4 


E 


s 


1 12/28/1989 B 


1 


N Yll 


H 


2 12/29/1989 C 


1 


N 



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FAISON EXPECTS ELLIS TO BE AT NEW SCHOOL 
DR. ELLIS PURSUING FRESH START AT SMITH 

^^YEARS AFTER CHANGE OF HEART, KLAN TAG STILL HAUNTS HIM 
ABC BOARD CLAIMS SECURITY EQUAL TO OTHER COUNTIES 

ELLIS UNI0N P 6fFICIAL BLASTS ABC BOARD FOR PUNISHING HELD-UP WORKER 

ELLIS, CLIFF (BASKETBALL COACH) „ _ 

CLEMSON SUSPENDS SEVEN PLAYERS FOR DUKE GAME 
BLUE DEVILS SLAP HELPLESS TIGERS 
ELLIS PUTS ATHLETICS IN PROPER PERSPECTIVE 
DEVILS, TIGERS HAVE DIFFERENT TOURNEY GOALS 

WHETHER KOI€ S OR^WAY, ELLIS' TIGERS HAVING TOUGH TIME WITH BUILDINGS 

ELLIS L0S8fS1 MORTICIANS, NEWSROOM CREW IS GAIN FOR DENISE'S FAMILY 

ELLIS, KENNETH RAY (CHILD MOLESTATION CHARGES) 
CONVICTED RAPIST FACES 3 CHARGES 

ELLIS, RICHARD STANCIL (AUTO ACCIDENT) 
MAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT ON N.C. 147 

ELLIS, ROBERT (THEFT CHARGES) , ^^ 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH THEFT OF CHURCH LAWN MOWER 

^ IS |«O^I^isWINfpOSSIBLE CAUSE OF TWO RECENT DEATHS PROBED BY ABC 
AUTOPSY: NO ALCOHOL IN 'SHINE DRINKER'S BODY 

EU " 1 GIRLS' FIGHT AT SOUTHERN HIGH HOSPITALIZES ONE _ TTTnil 
GIRL IN SOUTHERN HIGH FIGHT REPORTED IN 'FAIR' CONDITION 
STUDENT CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

ELLIS, TIM JR. (ACCIDENTAL EXPLOSION) 
GUNPOWDER BLAST HURTS 9-YEAR-OLD 
ACCIDENT REPORT IN ERROR 

ELLIS, TODD (FOOTBALL PLAYER) 

ELLIS HOPES TO REBUILD HIS IMAGE 

THROUGH ALL THE CONTROVERSY, ELLIS ENDURES 

EMERSON, ROY (TENNIS) __, rmm mni 
EMERSON, OTHER 'MASTERS,' GATHER FOR OPEN 

EMERSON, STEPHANIE LAVONNE (ARSON CHARGES) ^ 

EASTOWNE CLINIC EMPLOYEE MAY FACE ADDITIONAL CHARGES 
EASTOWNE CLINIC EMPLOYEE MAY FACE ADDITIONAL CHARGES 
EASTOWNE CLINIC GETS HARASSING CALLS 

CLINIC EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGE PENDING ___ i#a 

SUIT ALLEGES FORMER EMPLOYEE OF CLINIC EMBEZZLED $60,000 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN FACES CHARGE OF EMBEZZLEMENT 
GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN ON SEX CHARGES 
TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

EMMERSON, JEFFREY CARL (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/MAN FACES DWI, OTHER CHARGES 

EMMERT, JEFFREY JOSEPH (EXTORTION CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/EKMERT CONVICTED OF EXTORTION 
EXTORTIONIST INVESTIGATED HIS OWN CASE 
TELEPHONE HARASSER PLEADS GUILTY 

HERBALIST, DRUMMER FOLLOWS NATURAL RHYTHMS 



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2 12/29/1989 C 1 P N Yll 
2 12/30/1989 C 1 N Yll 



2 7/02/1989 B 1 P U N36 
2 7/27/1989 C 1 N S22 



H 2 2/25/1989 C 1 N A54 



1/29/1989 C 
1/30/1989 B 
1/31/1989 A 
3/03/1989 D 
3/10/1989 D 



2 11/23/1989 B 



1 P N C52 

2 P N C52 
4 E 

2 P U F25 
1 P U D18 
1 P N 



H 2 4/09/1989 B 1 U N36 

H 1 1/04/1989 C 4 N 

H 2 4/19/1989 B 6 N 

H 2 8/20/1989 C 11 N M51 



2 1/28/1989 C 1 P N P38 
1 2/02/1989 C 1 N B53 



2 5/05/1989 C 1 N C47 
2 5/06/1989 A 11 N 
2 5/16/1989 C 1 N 



3/19/1989 B 
3/27/1989 A 



8/30/1989 D 
9/01/1989 B 



1 N 
4 L 



1 P N F25 
1 P U C49 



H 2 4/13/1989 D 1 P N D85 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



7/25/1989 
7/25/1989 
7/26/198? 
8/10/198? 
8/11/1989 
8/22/1989 
9/13/1989 
12/14/1989 



N M25 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N H90 
N H90 



CHH 1 1/22/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 2/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/08/1989 A 



3 N 
1 N R63 
3 N 



S 2 8/17/1989 D 1 P P C45 



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ENDRES SHARES LORE 

ENGELHARD, VICTOR (PROF-UVA) 

LINEBERGER CENTER SEMINAR SLATED 

ENGELHARD, VIRGINIA 

DURHAM BUS SYSTEM ON BUMBY ROAD; ENGELHARD! CUTS REASON FOR CAUTION 
'WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH' SOUGHT BY COUNCILWQHEN 
TAXICAB LICENSE PROCESS CONCERNS COUNCIL MEMO 
BLANTON PROPOSES FINES FOR HOUSING-CODE VIOLATORS 

ENGLISH, FENWICK DR. 

LABELING COUNTY SCHOOLS MEDIOCRE UAS UNJUSTIFIED 

ENNIS, ALANA M. 

POLICE FORCE GETS 1ST FEMALE TRAINING COMMANDER 

ENNIS, DONALD (BUI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/BOY, 9, TREATED AFTER SHOT BY BB GUN 

ENNIS, MARY KATHERINE (MURDER VICTIM) 
ENNIS' BODY FOUND NEAR HILLSBOROUGH 
DISCOVERY OF BODY ENDS A 2-YEAR-OLD MYSTERY 
ENNIS' FATHER SAYS FAMILY RELIEVED BODY FINALLY FOUND 
ANNADALE CHARGED IN ENNIS MURDER 
SCUFFLE MARKS ANNADALE COURT APPEARANCE 
HOUSEMATE DOUBTFUL OF CHARGES 
JUSTICE STILL NEEDED IN WOMAN'S SLAYING 
ANNADALE'S PAST FILLED WITH CRIME, ABUSE AND TREATMENT 
ANNADALE'S PAST FILLED WITH CRIME, ABUSE AND TREATMENT 
ANNADALE GOOD INFLUENCE, FRIEND SAYS 
GRAVESIDE SERVICE FLANNED FRIDAY FOR MARY KATHRYN ENNIS 

^Ss^^IErOF^WTK 120 RIDAY * A ™ e «™ 

ANNADALE, EDWARDS INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGES 

DON'T STEAL GRAVE FLOWERS 

ANNADALE'S MURDER TRIAL SCHEDULED 

DEFENSE SEEKS ANNADALE TRIAL DELAY 

ANNADALE WINS MURDER-TRIAL DELAY 

TRIAL OF MAN ACCUSED IN 1986 ENNIS SLAYING POSTPONED 

ANNADALE HIRED TO KILL ENNIS, INMATE CLAIMS 

JURY SELECTION TO BEGIN TUESDAY IN ANNADALE TRIAL 

ANNADALE JURY SOUGHT; NO JURORS SEATED FIRST DAY OF QUESTIONING 

ANNADALE JURORS SEATED 

10 JURORS SEATED FOR MURDER TRIAL 

ANNADALE EVIDENCE EXPECTED TUESDAY 

ENNIS' SON TAKES STAND IN HEARING 

JURY TO HEAR TESTIMONY OF ENNIS' SON 
WITNESS TELLS GRISLY STORY OF ENNIS KILLING 
ENNIS' SON TAKES WITNESS STAND 

INMATES TESTIFY ANNADALE SAID HE KILLED ENNIS 

ACCUSED ADMITTED KILLING ENNIS, WOMAN TESTIFIES 

ANNADALE TAKES WITNESS STAND 

PHOTO EXPLOITS CHILD 

DENTAL RECORDS USED IN ENNIS' IDENTIFICATION 

WITNESS CITES THREAT FROM STATE WITNESS 

ANNADALE TRIAL TESTIMONY CONCLUDES 

ANNADALE TRIAL GOES TO JURY 

ANNADALE CONVICTED OF MURDER/SENTENCING HEARING SET FOR TODAY 

CHRONOLOGY OF ANNADALE TRIAL 

ANNADALE GETS LIFE 

CORRECTION 

ANNADALE JURY HAD TRIALS AS WELL 

COLD NIGHT VIGIL 

ENNIS, RICHARD SR. 

ANNADALE TRIAL GOES TO JURY 

ENNIS, TOM (BLUE QUAIL RECORDS) 

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S 


2 


8/17/1989 D 2 P F B71 



CHH 1 11/22/1989 A 3 N 



S 2 1/13/1989 A 

H 2 3/03/1989 C 

S 2 5/09/1989 C 

S 2 8/30/1989 A 



1 N H70 

1 P N 

1 P N C61 

1 P N C61 



H 2 2/20/1989 A 4 L 



S 2 2/07/1989 C 1 P N B53 



H 2 9/04/1989 A 12 N M51 



CHH 1 


1/11/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


1/11/1989 A 


1 N 


CHH 1 


1/11/1989 A 


1 N L90 


S 2 


1/11/1989 A 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


1 N R63 


S 2 


1/12/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


1/17/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 2 


1/19/1989 C 


6 


CHH 1 


1/21/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


1/21/1989 A 


1 N R63 


CHH 1 


2/08/198? A 


1 N H90 


H 2 


3/10/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


7/23/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


8/05/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


S 2 


8/07/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


CHH 1 


8/08/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


8/26/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


9/10/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


9/13/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


9/14/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


9/15/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


9/16/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


9/19/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


9/20/198? A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


9/21/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


9/22/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


9/23/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


9/26/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


9/27/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


9/27/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


9/28/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


9/29/198? A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


9/30/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


10/03/198? A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


10/04/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


10/04/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


10/05/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


10/07/1989 A 


2 N 


H 2 


U/19/198? D 


5 J 


H 2 12/23/1989 B 


16 P P T32 



CHH 1 10/03/1989 A 1 P N H90 



CHH 1 4/17/1989 A 3 P N H90 



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ENOCH, MABLE HOLT 

THE CENTURY MARK 

ENRIGHT, JOHN F. IV 

ACROSS THE U.S. AND BACK AGAIN 

ENTUHISTLE, RICHARD R. COL. (DECEASED) 
RETIRED ARMY COL. ENTUHISTLE 

EPTING, ROBERT (ATTORNEY) 

OUASA HIRES NEW LEGAL COUNSEL 
ATTORNEY CRITICIZES RESOLUTION 

EREXSON, TIMOTHY HARK (MURDER VICTIM) 

MAN DRAWS MORE THAN 40 YEARS IN SLAYINGS 

ERICSON, KATE (ARTIST) 
SIDEWALK ARTISTS 
SIDEWALK ARTISTS 
TUF MPU <HT£UALK ARTISTS 

STrkET SM^sTnEW YORK ARTISTS BRING DURHAM A $10,000 RECONSTRUCTION 
2 ARTISTS SCRAMBLE UP SIDEWALKS, REVITALIZATION 
SMASHING ART 

A^O^THE I ffic! CWERENCE TO PROVIDE FORUM FOR DISCUSSING... MEDIUM 

TONS OF ART 

RUBBLE EXPENSIVE ART 

DURHAM FACES PUBLIC ART ISSUE 

ERVIN, SAM (FORMER SENATOR) = 

SENATOR SAM'S LIBRARY BEING MOVED TO SCHOOL 
A LOOK BACK/STOREFRONT POLITICS 

FOUR REWSHINS IN MAJOR IMPACT ORDINANCE ASKED 

ERUIN, DAN _ 

ERWINS HONORED BY COMMISSION 

ERWIN, HEIDRUN B. _ 
REASONS FOR POWE'S SUCCESS 

ERUIN, MARION 

ERWINS HONORED BY COMMISSION 
THE EVER-CHANGING OIL PRICES 



H 2 6/20/1989 A 



ERWIN, RICHARD C. (JUDGE) 

TWO FEDERAL JUDGES IN N.C. 



SAY ASSETS MAY TOP »1 MILLION 



ESHELMAN, CURTIS DR. „ „„ llrvr __, 
SCHOOL MERGER REPORT TO BE AIRED NEXT WEEK 
REPORT ON SCHOOLS SPELLS CONTROVERSY ^ mni 
REPORT? CONTRASTS STARK BETWEEN CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS 
ESHELMAN RESPONDS TO BALDWIN CRITICISM 
ACADEMIC HIGH SCHOOL u „„, 

GROUP WANTS PRINCIPAL FIRED AT DURHAM HIGH 
CITIZENS TO ADDRESS BOARD ON DURHAM HIGH ILLS 
SMITH PARENTS TO MEET ON TRANSFER OF ELLIS 

rcpv MTKF" ( fi- HT^Tt ) 

ACTIVELY STRIVE FOR ECONOMIC JUSTICE, ESPY TELLS MINORITIES 

ESTEP, PHYLLIS ANN (MURDER VICTIM) 

WOMAN HAD RECEIVED THREATS BEFORE SLAYING 



8PPT32 
3 P N L90 



CHH 1 6/03/1989 A 

H 2 10/03/1989 B 8 P 



CHH 1 10/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/10/1989 A 



3 N 
3 P N M25 



S 2 3/08/1989 C 1 N 



3/23/1989 D 
3/30/1989 D 
5/12/1989 D 
5/12/1989 D 
6/03/1989 A 
6/07/1989 C 
6/08/1989 A 
6/08/1989 B 
6/08/1989 D 
6/09/1989 A 
6/22/1989 D 



P K30 
F B71 
P K30 
F S56 
N B71 
P S76 



S56 
S76 

B71 



H 
CHH 



1 2/28/1989 C 
1 7/27/1989 A 



1 P N 
5 P P 



2 9/06/1989 A 1 N R63 
2 3/19/1989 C 11 P N 
2 1/13/1989 A 4 L 



2 3/19/1989 C 
2 7/04/1989 A 



11 P N 
4 E 



H 2 6/08/1989 B 6 N 



1/11/1989 A 

1/18/1989 A 

1/19/1989 A 

2/03/1989 A 

4/14/1989 A 

12/06/1989 B 

12/11/1989 C 

12/18/1989 A 



N J40 
N S92 
N 392 
N S92 
E 

N Yll 
N Yll 
N Yll 



H 2 5/20/1989 C 4 N C47 



H 2 1/19/1989 B 2 N 



ETHERIDGE, BOBBY (N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION) T „ 

EXTCNSIVE AUDIT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION SYSTEM SCHEDULED FOR STATE THIS YEAR H 
NEW PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHIEF VOWS TO LIGHT FIRE UNDER AGENCY H 

SUPERINTENDENT VOWS LESS BUREAUCRACY S 



2 1/09/1989 B 1 N 
2 1/10/1989 B 2 P N 
2 1/11/1989 A 13 N 



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WILL WORKS MATCH HIS WORDS? 

LIMITED PAY INCREASE FOR TEACHERS, 'SCHOOLS Of CHOICE' DRAU REACTION 

ETHERIDGE COLLECTS 15 RESIGNATIONS 

ETHERIDGE HAS TEUSE MEETING WITH BOARD 

CAMPAIGN SEEKING COMPUTERS FOR ALL GRANVILLE SCHOOLS 

ETHERIDGE RAPS MARTIN'S EDUCATION PLAN 

SCHOOLS' COMPUTER DRIVE UNDER WAY IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

TEACHERS BOOST BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM IN TV ENCOUNTER 

ETHERIDGE WORKING DPI INTO CONDITION 

HIGHER SAT SCORES STATE GOAL 

N.C. SUPERINTENDENT TO VISIT AREA SCHOOLS 

ETHERIDGE PRAISES SCHOOLSFOR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT 

ETHERIDGE, JEFF 

CONTROVERSY ENDS WITH PLAYOFF HOLE 

ETHRIDGE, BILLIE (DOLL MAKER) 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS FAILED TO PREVENT HER ACHIEVEMENTS 

EUBANKS, CELESTER TODD (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/6 ARRESTED ON 25 MOSTLY DRUG CHARGES 
DURHAM POLICE CHARGE 5 IN HIGH-CRIME-AREA 'DRUG SWEEP' 

EUBANKS, JAMES WILLIE (ROBBERY CHARGE) 
CHARGES FILED IN RURAL BREAK-IN 

EUBANKS, JEFFOREY 

$90,000 AWARDED TO ACCIDENT VICTIM 

EUBANKS, LUCILLE PAGE 

ORANGE COUNTY WOMAN FILES SUIT AGAINST DOCTOR 

EUBANKS, ROBERT C. JR. (GREENSBORO) 

TRUSTEE CHAIR NIPS RUMORS OF RE-ELECTION 
UNC PRESENTS 4 DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDALS 

EUDY, GARY 

SPEAKERS FAVOR CITY BUS TAKEOVER 

EURE, THAD 

N.C. OFFICIALS TO 'TIE ONE ON' FOR SECRETARY OF STATE'S LAST DAY 
EURE'S 52- YEAR TENURE ENDS WITH FAREWELL PARTY 
EURE'S RETIREMENT ENDS ERA IN STATE'S HISTORY 
ELON COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS ESTABLISHED TO HONOR EURE 

EVANS, AARON MCRAE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DWI CHARGES FILED IN SEPARATE INCIDENTS 

EVANS, BILL (MUSICIAN) 

EVANS ASSESSED AS A GREAT SHOULD BE 

EVANS, CHARLES (STABBING VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/ABOUT «3,000 DISCOVERED MISSING AFTER WOMEN DISTRACT. ..CLERKS 

EVANS, DONNIE DR. 

ACADEMICALLY GIFTED PROGRAMS AMONG SEVERAL RE-tVALUATED 

EVANS, DOUG (CREEDMOOR) 

UPS AND DOWNS IN OFFICE TOWER 

EVANS, E. J. (FORMER MAYOR) 

ETHNIC GROUPS' STRIVING MAKES DURHAM THRIVE 

BURNING SAWDUST, STREETS ON AGENDA FOR FIRST CITY OFFICIALS 

EVANS, EDMOND C. (MURDER VICTIM) 

WOMAN PLEADS GUILTY IN BOYFRIEND'S FATAL SHOOTING. GETS 10-YEAR TERM 

EVANS, ELI N. (AUTHOR) 

AUTHOR, EX-RESIDENT EVANS FEATURED ON RADIO SHOW 'SOUNDINGS' 



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1/18/1989 D 
1/19/1989 B 
2/04/1989 A 
2/22/1989 
2/23/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/26/1989 
6/20/1989 
10/19/1989 
11/12/1989 
11/15/1989 



H 2 6/30/1989 B 
H 2 6/14/1989 C 



H 2 10/12/1989 C 
S 2 10/12/1989 C 



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H 2 6/03/1989 C 
CHH 1 7/21/1989 A 



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12 N 

1 P N T33 
1 N K65 
1 N T33 

3 N C62 

4 E 

1 P N C47 
3 P N H90 
3 P N H90 



1 P N C49 
1 P N Bll 



3 N M51 
1 N B53 



3 N M70 
3 N 
3 N H90 



3 P N S17 
17 N 



H 2 1/18/1989 C 1 P N S69 



H 2 1/06/1989 A 

H 2 1/07/1989 C 

S 2 1/07/1989 A 

H 2 3/11/1989 C 



CHH 1 5/12/1989 A 

H 2 6/23/1989 D 

H 2 8/09/1989 B 

S 2 8/05/1989 A 

H 2 2/02/1989 A 



S 2 4/19/1989 B 
S 2 4/19/1989 E 



1 P N 
1 P N 
4 E 

1 P N H60 



5 N 

6 R S66 
5 N M51 
1 N S92 
4 L 



1 P F SOT 

4 P F U57 



H 2 8/19/1989 C 1 N S82 
H 2 12/01/1989 C 3 N K65 



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EVANS, JANET (SWIMMER) 

EVANSJ TYPICAL TEEN-AGER 

EVANS, JANICE E. (NCCU STUDENT) 

NCCU STUDENT GETS MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP 

EVANS, JOHNNY CLIFTON <CAR ATTACK) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE BEER "STING" SNARES 27 STORE CLERKS 

EVANS, JOSEPH (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/5 SUSPECTS FACE DRUG CHARGES 

EVANS, KENNETH (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

PATIENT BEATING LEADS TO ARRESTS 

EVANS, LAWRENCE DR. (PHYSICS PROFESSOR) 

DUKE SCIENTISTS REJECT STEREOTYPE, SHOW ARTISTIC TALENTS 

EVANS, MARVIN (ROBBERY VICTIM) 

POLICE SEEK ROBBER WHO STARTED FIRE 

EVANS, MATT (ARTIST) 

ARTIST PUTS TALENT TO WORK IN COLLEGE TEXT 

EVANS, RALPH A. 

GROUP HONORS DURHAM MAN 

EVANS, THOMASINE ROPER (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/6 ARRESTED ON 25 MOSTLY DRUG CHARGES 
DURHAM POLICE CHARGE 5 IN HIGH-CRIME-AREA 'DRUG SWEEP' 

EVENSON, ERIC 

EARLY PAROLE BECAUSE OF CROWDING HAS JUDGES, PROSECUTORS UPSET 

STAGER TRIAL'. THE CLOSING ARGUMENTS 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY TO SEEK SUPERIOR COURT JUDGESHIP 

EVENSON NOTES RECORD PROSECUTING CRIMINALS 

EVENSON WON'T RUN FOR DA 

EVENSON WITHDRAWS FROM RACE 

EVERETT, JOHNNY DOVEL (RAPE ATTEMPT) 

POLICE LOG/MINUTES AFTER NORTH ROXBORO ROAD BURGLARY, POLICE CHARGE MAN 

EVERETT, KYLE ANTHONY 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ASSAULT 

EVERETT, RONNIE (BOXER) 

BOXING CLUB HAS A GOOD YEAR 

EVERS, DONALD 0. 

POLICE LOG/RADIOS TAKEN MAN'S TWO AUTOS 

EVERT, CHRIS 

EVERT GOOD FOR TENNIS 

EWING, KATHERINE 

E.K. POWE IMPRESSIVE 

EXUM, JAMES JR. 

EXUM BACKS APPOINTIVE SYSTEM, SAYS PARTISAN ELECTIONS THREATEN QUALITY 

APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES GETS GOOD ARGUMENT 

CHIEF JUSTICE SAYS THIS IS PERFECT TIME TO ELIMINATE ELECTION OF JUDGES 

DEBATE ON CHOOSING JUDGES DIVIDES MEMBERS OF JUDICIARY 

CHIEF JUSTICE CITED FOR SPEEDING IN APRIL 

FACION, KIMBERLY JO 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN FACES STOLEN CARD USE CHARGE 



S 

N E E 

P D — DATE — C 

S 2 5/12/1989 A 

S 2 3/23/1989 B 

S 2 12/26/1989 C 

H 2 11/11/1989 C 

H 2 8/13/1989 B 

H 2 7/28/1989 A 

H 2 2/12/1989 B 

S 2 4/04/1989 A 

H 2 12/23/1989 A 

S 2 3/08/1989 C 



H 2 10/12/1989 C 
S 2 10/12/1989 C 



H 2 2/19/1989 B 

H 2 5/17/1989 A 

S 2 9/11/1989 A 

H 2 9/24/1989 B 

S 2 12/06/1989 A 

H 2 12/07/1989 B 



H 2 8/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 
S 2 4/18/1989 D 
H 2 12/13/1989 C 
S 2 9/09/1989 A 
H 2 1/12/1989 A 



H 2 2/09/1989 B 

S 2 2/11/1989 A 

H 2 3/09/198<? B 

H 2 3/20/1989 B 

H 2 9/10/1989 B 



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1 P N B53 

5 P N P52 

6 N 

1 N M51 
8 N 
1 N T33 
8 N D80 
1 N B53 
5 P P C45 
1 P N H65 



3 N M51 
1 N B53 



1 P N S82 
1 P N S32 
6 N B53 
1 P N S82 
1 P N B53 
1 P N S82 



11 N M51 
6 N 
5 P N A76 
1 N N36 
4 E 
4 L 



4 P N 
4 E 
2 P N 
1 N L40 
8 N 



H 2 11/23/1989 C 1 N M51 



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FAISON, HAWTHORNE DR. 

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS TO VISIT HOME DISTRICTS OF JOB CANDIDATES H 

SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH TO INCLUDE HOMETOWN VISITS S 

SUPERINTENDENT CANDIDATE SETS WISCONSIN JOB MOVE S 

CITY SCHOOLS JOB SEEKER A FINALIST IN RICHMOND, TOO H 

MILWAUKEE MAN OFFERED SUPERINTENDENT JOB H 

FAISON AGREES TO CITY SCHOOL JOB S 

SCHOOL BOARD TO DISCUSS SALARY OFFER FOR FAISON H 

NEW SUPERINTENDENT INTRODUCED AT CITY SCHOOL BOARD MEETING H 

NEW SCHOOL CHIEF SIGNS 4-YEAR CONTRACT S 

FAISON MAKES IT 'BIG TIME* S 

SCHOOL PRESSURES WILL KEEP FAISON BUSY S 

FAISON SUBMITS AMBITIOUS AGENDA, SEEKS ASSISTANT S 

1ST DAY ON THE JOB S 

NEW SUPERINTENDENT HITS GROUND RUNNING AT 4 A.M. H 

SUPERINTENDENT LISTS OBJECTIVES FOR CITY SCHOOLS H 

NEW HEAD OF CITY SCHOOLS: »WE WILL NOT MAKE EXCUSES" S 

SCHOOL BOARD AND FAISON HOLD CLOSED MEETING H 

BOAPJJ SHUTS MEETING, MULLS SCHOOL REPORT S 

Cm SCHOOLS FACE 'STUNNING TRANSITION' S 
FAISON'S CITY SCHOOL REORGANIZATION WILL ADD 2 ADMINISTRATORS, SHIFT... H 

FAISON DOESN'T PASS BUCK ON DROPOUTS S 

HIGH-PAID DEPUTY SOUGHT BY FAISON FOR CITY SCHOOLS H 

BOARD NEEDS TO SET HIRING PROCEDURES S 

CITY SCHOOLS TO HIRE SUPERINTENDENT AIDE S 

CITY SCHOOLS OFFER $80,000 TO DEFUTY CANDIDATE MALLOY H 

DR. FAISON'S TOUGH JOB H 

FAISON GIVES HIMSELF A TOUGH ORDER TO FILL S 

A SUPERINTENDENT IN A HURRY H 

FAISON PREACHES PARTNERSHIP AT CHAIN'S 51ST ANNIVERSARY H 

CITY SCHOOLS TO USE SURVEY FOR STRATEGY S 

CITY SCHOOL SURVEY WILL PRESENT OPPORTUNITY S 

SCHOOL POLL LEARNING TOOL H 

DOOR OPENS TO OPPORTUNITIES H 

CITY SCHOOLS GET TOUGH ON TRUANTS S 

CITY SCHOOLS ASK POLICE, MERCHANTS' AID IN FIGHTING TRUANCY H 

TRUANCY CRACKDOWN JUST PART OF SOLUTION S 

TRUANCY VEXES SUPERINTENDENT H 

FAISON t SCHOOLS MUST PROVE BLACKS NOT INFERIOR H 
WEAST BOOSTS BELIEF ALL CHILDREN CAN LEARN (CORRECTION PRINTED 8-23-89) S 

DR. FAISON IS OFF AND RUNNING H 

CITY BOARD Of EDUCATION RESPONDS TO STAFF CONCERNS H 

DON'T HIDE SCHOOL PROBLEMS H 

FAISON REQUESTS STUDY OF ADMINISTRATORS' PAY S 

FAISON: NO POLITICS IN MERGER ISSUE S 

EDUCATION SHOULD BE AIM OF MERGER STUDY S 

FAISON SHUFFLES ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS H 

SUSPENSIONS UP AT ROGERS-HERR S 

HUMAN RELATIONS AGENCY HONORS COMMUNITY LEADERS AT CELEBRATION H 

DURHAM CITY TEACHERS' PAYCHECKS DELAYED H 

FAISON! MERGER MUST MEAN RACIAL BALANCE, CHANCES S 

SCHOOLS HUNTING 'FEW GOOD PEOPLE' TO CHART A PLAN FOR IMPROVEMENTS H 

CONTROLLING OWN DESTINY, FAISON PLEA TO SCHOOL PLANNING PANEL H 

FAISON CHALLENGES SCHOOL PLANNERS S 

IMPROVING CITY SCHOOLS REQUIRES TOUGH REVIEW S 

SETTING SIGHTS ON EXCELLENCE H 

CITIZENS TO ADDRESS BOARD ON DURHAM HIGH ILLS S 

SUPERINTENDENT TARGETS DROPOUTS. PERFORMANCE S 

DHS PRINCIPAL TO BE TRANSFERRED S 

DR. FAISON'S UNDIPLOMATIC FIAT H 

SMITH PUPILS' PETITIONS PROTEST NEW PRINCIPAL S 

PETITION WON'T STOP ASSIGNMENT H 

FAISON EXPECTS ELLIS TO BE AT NEW SCHOOL S 

FAISON. WARACHAL 

NCCU HONOR STUDENT FLAYS PIANO TO RELIEVE FRUSTRATIONS H 

NCCU GRAD SETS HER SIGHTS ON MEDICINE/CLASS OF '89 S 



1/16/1909 
1/16/1989 
1/17/1989 
2/04/1989 
2/18/1989 
2/18/1989 
2/21/1989 B 
2/28/1989 C 
2/28/1989 
3/01/1989 
3/02/1989 
3/28/1989 
4/03/1989 
4/04/1989 
4/25/1989 
5/01/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/27/1989 
5/30/1989 
5/31/1989 C 
6/05/1989 A 
6/07/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/30/1989 
7/07/1989 
7/10/1989 
7/11/1989 
7/27/1989 
8/15/1989 
8/16/1989 
8/16/1989 
8/21/1989 
8/22/1989 B 
8/22/1989 A 
8/27/1989 
9/15/1989 
9/17/1989 
9/26/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/05/1989 
10/07/1989 
10/11/1989 
10/12/1989 
10/14/1989 
11/07/1989 
11/22/1989 
11/28/1989 B 
11/28/1989 B 
12/01/1989 A 
12/10/1989 D 
12/11/1989 C 
12/12/1989 A 
L2/15/1989 A 
12/24/1989 D 

1 12/28/1989 B 

2 12/29/1989 C 
2 12/29/1989 C 



5/13/1989 A 
5/20/1989 B 



N J40 
N S92 
N S92 
N J40 
N J40 
N S92 
N J40 
N J40 
N 392 
N S92 
E 

N S92 
P S76 
N J40 
N J40 
N S92 
N J40 
N S92 
N S92 
N J40 
E 

N J40 
E 

N S92 
N J40 
E 
E 
E 

N C47 
N S92 
E 
E 
E 

N 392 
N C47 
E 
E 

N C47 
N S92 
E 
L 
E 

N E33 
N H65 
E 

N C47 
N E33 
N C47 
N C47 
N H65 
N C47 
N C47 
N Yll 
E 
E 

N Yll 
N Yll 
N Yll 
E 

N Yll 
N 
N Yll 



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7 GAMBLING, RACKETEERING INDICTMENTS HANDED DOWN 

FA HOCH'S 'CINDERELLA STORY' TAKES UNEXPECTED ROLL/THE MASTERS 
FALDO GETS FITTED AFTER HOCH FADES/THE MASTERS 

FALKNER, CAROLINE ___ 

NEW HOME PUTS LOST INDEPENDENCE NEARER 

FALWELL, JERRY REV. 

GOODBYE, MORAL (?) MAJORITY (?) 

MORAL MAJORITY STILL OVERSTATING ITS CASE 

FANG LIZHI 

USING DIPLOMACY, NOT RHETORIC 

FANTAZOS, HENRYK (ARTIST) „ 

FANTASTIC FANTAZOS; ARTIST FOLLOWS VISIONARY MUSE § 

PEAR WITH DILL-PICKLE LEGS PART OF ARTIST'S DREAM WORLD S 

FARKAS, RICHARD MICHAEL (CHILD MOLESTATION CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/MAN HELD FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT 

FARMER, JAMES (CONGRESS OF RACIAL EQUALITY) 

BLACK HISTORY/CHAPEL HILL HAD BIG ROLE IN MOVEMENT 
SERVICE TO HONOR CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS 
CIVIL RIGHTS VETERANS TO GATHER AT NCCU 
FARMER: REDOUBLE EFFORTS TO FIGHT RACISM 

FARNITANO, CHRIS (DUKE MED. STUDENT) 

DUKE MEDICAL STUDENTS PUSH RURAL INTERNSHIPS 

FARRAKHAN. LOUIS 

FARR&HAN TELLS NCCU CROWD QUALITY OF KNOWLEDGE KEY TO FREEDOM, LIFE 

FARRAR, DANNY (BOXER) _ _ 

DANNY FARRAR BRINGS 'GOLDEN AGE' BACK TO DUKE 

FARRAR, WILLIAM E. (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/4 CHARGED WITH AUTO THEFT 

FARRELL, WARREN (AUTHOR) 

WARREN FARRELL TO SPEAK AT UNC 

FARRINGTON, ALLEN DALE (DRUG CHARGE) rmlMMI ^ K 

POLICE LOG/CRACK FOUND DURING RAID; THREE CHARGED 

FARRINGTON, ANTHONY LEE __. 

COURT ESCAPEE NABBED _ „_ „ pwi „ CHH 

POLICE LOG/PRISONER CHARGED AFTER FLEEING CHH 

FARRINGTON, MARK WAYNE (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN AWAKENED BY BURGLAR H 

TWO MEN ROB CABBIE " 

FARROW, MARCUS WAYNE (DRUG CHARGES) 
CRACK BUST FIRST FOR TOWN 

FAUCETTE, STEPHEN JACKSON (MURDER SUSPECT) 

MURDER CASE OPENS WITH TIGHT SECURITY _ S 

THREATS SPUR SECURITY MEASURES AS JURY PICKED FOR MURDER TRIAL H 

2 JURORS SEATED IN FAUCETTE MURDER TRIAL; SECURITY TIGHT S 

FOUR JURORS SEATED IN FAUCETTE TRIAL H 

SIXTH JUROR SEATED FOR MURDER TRIAL H 

NINE JURORS SEATED FOR FAUCETTE MURDER TRIAL H 

VICTIM'S SON SAYS FAUCETTE COOLLY SHOT MOM IN BACK H 

OFFICER FOUND CHILD IN CORNER OF SLAIN MOTHER'S BEDROOM S 

8-YEAR-OLD SON TELLS OF MOM'S SLAYING H 

STATE RESTS CASE IN FAUCETTE TRIAL WITH 'CONFESSION' H 

ACCUSED MURDERER SAYS HE THOUGHT WOMAN WAS GETTING GUN S 



H 2 12/02/1989 C 1 N S82 



4/10/1989 B 
4/10/1989 B 



2 P U C49 
2 P N C49 



CHH 1 5/15/1989 A 3 P N S17 



H 2 6/14/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 6/16/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 3/01/1989 A 4 E 



2 5/18/1989 D 
2 5/18/1989 D 



1 P P L38 

2 P F W63 



CHH 1 4/20/1989 A 2 N 



CHH 1 2/05/1989 A 1 N H90 

H 2 6/09/1989 A 12 N 

H 2 6/17/1989 C 1 N 

H 2 6/18/1989 B 1 P N R63 



S 2 12/26/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 4/15/1989 A 1 P N 046 



S 2 5/02/1989 D 
H 2 7/23/1989 B 
CHH 1 1/31/1989 A 
H 2 10/27/1989 C 



1 9/08/1989 A 
1 9/09/1989 A 



7/19/1989 C 
7/20/1989 B 



6 P N A76 
3 N M51 
5 N 

1 N M51 



3 P N L38 
7 N 



N 

N M51 



CHH 1 7/18/1989 A 1 N M70 



1/03/1989 B 
1/04/1989 C 
1/04/1989 C 
1/05/1989 C 
1/06/1989 B 
1/07/1989 C 
1/12/198? 
1/12/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/14/1989 
1/17/1989 



1 
1 
1 
2 

10 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N 
N 
N 

N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 



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FAUCETTE TESTIFIES HE DIDN'T MEAN TO SHOOT WOMAN 

JUDGE BRIEFS MURDER JURY AS LAWYERS END ARGUMENTS 

JURY CONVICTS FAUCETTE OF FIRST-DEGREE MURDER 

WITNESSES: FAUCETTE MURDER CHARGE 'SHOCKING' 

CONVICTED MURDERER CALLED NON-VIOLENT YOUTH; CHURCH MAN 

DA SAYS VICTIM WAS 'MENTALLY TORTURED' 

DEFENSE LAWYER ASKS JURY TO MAKE FAUCETTE LIVE WITH HIS MEMORIES 

DELIBERATIONS BEGIN MONDAY IN MURDER TRIAL 

JURORS START MULLING MAN'S MURDER SENTENCE 

JURY STILL DELIBERATING SENTENCE FOR MURDER' 

FAUCETTE JURY DEADLOCKS OVER LIFE OR DEATH DECISION 

FAUCETTE TRIAL JURY SPLIT ON QUESTION OF LIFE OR DEATH 

JURY STILL PONDERS FAUCETTE 'S FATE 

FAUCETTE GETS LIFE FOR MURDER; 15 YEARS TACKED ON BY JUDGE FOR BURGLARY 

JURY GIVES FAUCETTE LIFE FOR KILLING EX-GIRLFRIEND 

FAULKNER, FRANK (ARTIST) 

ARTISTRY SHINES THROUGH A MASTERY Of TECHNIQUE 

FAULKNER, HETTIE (DECEASED) 

HENDERSON WOMAN DIES AT 103 

FAULKNER, TOM (DURHAM BUSINESSMAN) 

BUSINESSMEN FINDING SIGNS OF THE TIMES MOSTLY RED TAPE 

FAWCETT, GEORGE D. 

PARK THE SAUCER FOR A CLOSE ENCOUNTER OVER SUNDAY DINNER 

N.C.'S UFO EXPERT WARNS TAR HEELS, THERE'S SOMETHING 'EXTRA' UP THERE 

FAY, NANCY 

IN CELEBRATION OF WOMEN; DAY'S EVENTS IN HONOR OF WOMEN... 

FAZIO, TOM 

FAZIO EXPECTING COMPLAINTS FROM GOLFERS OVER REDESIGN OF ROSS' OAK HILL 

FEARRINGTON, ANTHONY LEE (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 
MAN ARRESTED FOR CARRBORO BREAK-IN 
GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN ON SEX CHARGES 
MAN IN FOOT CHASE SENTENCED MONDAY 

FEARRINGTON, NORMAN BERNARD 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED WITH BUI 
CEDAR GROVE MAN GETS 20-YEAR JAIL SENTENCE 

FEARRINGTON, RICK (ENTERTAINMENT BROKER) 

GAME SEATING AT CAMERON PUTS SQUEEZE ON A 'BROKER' 

FEASTER, RONNIE DELAURIE (ASSAULT SUSPECT) 
POLICE LOG/MAN FACES ASSAULT CHARGES 

FEATHERSTON, AL (DURHAM SUN) 

TWO STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS CAPTURE TOP N.C. PRIZES 
3 ON SUN STAFF WIN PRESS AWARDS 
FEATHERSTON ON PANEL 

FEATHERSTONE, GERALD 

-LIKE A CHEAP SHOT'/HAW RIVER ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT QUESTIONS DEM FINES... 
GRATHWOHL URGES JOINT EFFORT TOWARD SOLUTION 

FEATHERSTONE, WILLIAM ALEX (DRUG CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN AWAKENED BY BURGLAR 

FEBERICO, LIENNE C. 

ATLANTA COLUMNIST SAYS 2 PEOPLE ASKED ABOUT WRITING BOOK 

'NO PAY, NO STORY' GAVE WRITER DOUBTS ABOUT WOLFPACN CORRUPTION SCENARIO 

FEELY, FREDERICK D. B. 

FEELY TO LEAD NCCU STUDENT BODY 

AIMING HIGH; NCCU STUDENT-BODY PRESIDENT PLANS TO BECOME CHANCELLOR,. 

NCCU STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT MAY RESIGN 



1/18/1989 C 
1/18/1989 C 
1/19/1989 C 
1/19/1989 C 
1/20/1989 C 
1/20/1989 C 
1/21/1989 B 
1/21/1989 A 
1/23/1989 
1/24/1989 
1/24/1989 
1/25/1989 
1/25/1989 
1/26/1989 
1/26/1989 



H 2 4/21/1989 D 
H 2 2/15/1989 C 
H 2 12/05/1989 C 



H 2 1/29/1989 B 
H 2 8/05/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/01/1989 A 
H 2 6/14/1989 D 



CHH 1 8/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/13/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 



H 2 1/19/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/25/1989 A 



H 2 1/27/1989 C 
S 2 1/27/1989 A 
S 2 8/23/1989 D 



CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 



H 2 7/19/1989 C 



H 2 1/13/1989 B 
H 2 1/14/1989 D 



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N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 



4 P R G68 
8 
1 P N N36 



1 U N36 
1 P N S69 



3 PN 
1 P N C49 



3 N 
3 N H90 
3 N 



3 N 
2 N H90 



1 P N N36 
7 N 



1 P N T44 

1 P N 

2 P N 



1 N M25 
3 N M25 



S 2 4/24/1989 C 
S 2 5/03/1989 B 
H 2 9/01/1989 C 



5 N 
1 P N 
1 P N C47 



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NCCU STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT WON'T RESIGN 
FFHRS SETH 

POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH DRUG PROCESSING 

^^AtflNSIDER'S ASSESSMENT OF THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT 

FBBS 1^7lTOBUE DEVILS ARE FEINSTEIN'S LATEST SUBJECT/BASKETBALL NOTES 
FEINSTEIN'S LATEST BOOK NOT JUST FOR DUKE FANS 
'77-'78 DUKE TEAM MORE THAN JUST BASKETBALL 

FEISS, PAUL GEOFFREY DR. 

UNC NAMES NEU DEPARTMENT HEADS 

MUSIC CARRIES MESSAGE BEST FOR AFRICAN ACTIVIST FELA KUTI 

FELSTEIN, BRIAN 

GROUPS FIGHTING FOR CHILD CUSTODY CHANGES 

CHANGE WAY CUSTODY DISPUTES ARE HANDLED 

THE NEXT BUS IN WILL BE CARRYING AN ARTIST'S DREAM 

FELTON, GAYLE CARLTON DR. 

GARDNER WILL SPEAK TO SIKHS ON SUNDAY 

DUKE UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES FACULTY PROMOTIONS 

FELTON, RANDALL (FOOTBALL) 

BURNETTE, FELTON COMMIT TO UNC 

FOOTBALL RECRUITS FALLING IN LINE AS SIGNING DATE DRAWS NEAR 

FELTON EARNING PRAISE FOR POISE UNDER FIRE 

FENLEY, MOLISSA 

SOCK HOP KICKS OFF ADF DRIVE „ 

MOLISSA FENLEY, DOUG VARONEJ A MEETING OF CREATIVE MINDS 

FENNER, DEBORAH J. 

MUSEUM HIRES FINANCE OFFICER 

FENNER, DERRICK 

FANFARE/FENNER FILES FOR NFL 

FERGUSON, ELEANOR 

HOMESTEAD RESORT INSPIRES COOKBOOK 

FERGUSON, HOWARD (ESTABLISHED TRUST FUND) 
PHARMACY SCHOOL GETS $500,000 GRANT 

FERGUSON, JAMES (COOKBOOK AUTHOR) 

HOMESTEAD RESORT INSPIRES COOKBOOK 

FERGUSON, MESCAL (ESTABLISHED TRUST FUND) 
PHARMACY SCHOOL GETS $500,000 GRANT 

YOU'LL LOVE L.A.; L.A. FERNANDEZ WRITES FROM THE HEART 
JUST BEING HIMSELF ON STAGE 

FFRRART UALTFR 

RALEIGH-DURHAM AIRPORT OFFICIALS STILL WORKING ON WAYS TO REDUCE NOISE 

FERRARO, GERALDINE _ 

COURSE FOCUSES ON AMERICA'S ETHICS 

FERRELL, DAVID MCCOY (DRUG CHARGE) _ 

POLICE LOG/STABBING VICTIM GOES INTO CARDIAC ARREST 
POLICE LOG/DRIVER FACES WRECK CHARGES 
MAN NABBED AGAIN ON HEROIN CHARGE 
HEROIN ARREST BRINGS PAROLE-RULE CHARGE 



S I T 
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H 2 9/13/1989 C 5 N C47 
CHH 1 5/17/1989 A 5 N 
H 2 4/23/1989 E 5 P U H49 



H 2 1/29/1989 C 4 N M14 
S 2 12/19/1989 D 3 U F25 
H 2 12/24/1989 C 6 P R 



CHH 1 5/04/1989 A 5 P N 
H 2 9/17/1989 E 12 R S22 



CHH 1 4/16/1989 A 1 P N H90 
CHH 1 4/26/1989 A 4 L 
CHH 1 5/07/1989 A 3 P N S17 



H 2 1/14/1989 A 7 P I 
S 2 7/28/1989 A 14 N 



H 2 1/24/1989 B 2 P N M64 
H 2 2/05/1989 C 1 P N C49 
H 2 10/13/1989 B 1 P N C49 



S 2 5/04/1989 D 4 P I 
H 2 6/27/1989 A 6 R 



H 2 2/10/1989 C 6 N 

H 2 1/08/1989 B 9 P N 

S 2 6/14/1989 C 1 P F G59 

CHH 1 11/16/1989 A 3 N 

S 2 6/14/1989 C 1 P F G59 

CHH 1 11/16/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 9/22/1989 D 1 P P 
H 2 9/22/1989 D 8 P F S56 



H 2 3/08/1989 C 1 N P41 
CHH 1 1/09/1989 A 5 P N 



H 2 10/16/1989 B 6 N M51 

H 2 11/17/1989 C 1 N R63 

S 2 11/17/1989 C 1 N B53 

S 2 11/21/1989 A 3 N B53 



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FERRELL, DEBORAH (DATA ENTRY OPERATOR) 

WOMAN COMPLETES TRAINING FOR FIRST JOB IN 14 YEARS 

FERRELL, FREDERICK LEE 

ROBBERY SUSPECT SHOT BY POLICE; HOSTAGE FREED 

FERRELL, JEFFREY SCOTT (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
COLLISION HOSPITALIZES FOUR OCCUPANTS OF AUTO 

FERRELL, JOSEPH S. 

FERRELL NAiED TO COATES LAW FROFESSORSHIP 
FERRELL RECEIVES COATES CHAIR 

FERRELL, MAUREEN 

MOST SAY 9TH STREET BAKERY BIGGER, BETTER 

FERRIS CHRIS 

TRAFFIC EYE-IN-THE-SKY JOB DOESNT' AGREE WITH QUEASY STOMACH 

FFRRIS, WILLIAM 

SOUTHERN CULTURE/BARBECUE, MOONSHINE ANB ROBERT E. LEE 

FERRT ttMMY 

ferry looking forward to tar heel test 

everyone has his problems, but some more than others 

duke's easy start gives way to reality 

rock star bon jovi, duke's ferry warn against drugs 

duke retires ferry's number 

duke honors ferry, rips kansas 

goodbye, cameron, ferry: fans, tradition create 'basketball cathedral' 

blue devils bury wolfpack, 86-65; ferry scores 26 in home finale 

grand finale is truly grand 

ferry vs. elliott confrontation has makings of a classic 

ferry, krzyzewski among final 10 

fanfare/ferry takes honors 

senior days/looking back, picking duke was the perfect decision 

ferry, hammonds top voting for ap's 1989 all-acc team 

duke's big victory was almost ferry's debacle 

ferry ap's unanimous acc player of year 

ferry, hammonds writers' unanimous all-acc 

beacons' boyd feels like win>£r in atlanta/ acc notebook 

ferry wins naismith award; madden 's stare earns a »t'/acc notebook 

pay-back time for devils 

ferry tabbed ap all-america 

ferry dominates vote for acc player of the year 

'typical' rainy day greets blue devils upon arrival 

seton hall decks duke; down by 18, pirates rally leaves blue devils... 

duke's ferry named player of the year by writers 

true blue 

3rd time is charmer for opening day 

basketball standout danny ferry graduates from duke 

if hornets win lottery, devils' ferry is the pick 

duke children's classic brings 'class' to durham 

ferry: still the same 

hornets say reid possibility in nba draft 

nba draft may not settle recruit's future 

nba draft: l.a. clippers take ferry; hornets pick reid 

ferry pick leaves fans grumbling 

will they be pro stars? 

ferry's travels prompt speculation he'll play season in europe 

acc award in hand, ferry mulls europe 

danny ferry signs pact to play season in italy 

ferry's decision leaves teammates wondering 

arrivederci, danny; all-american ferry snubs clippers for year in rome 

ferry's big buildup: 'new bifh to rome' 

duke's krzyzewski proud of ferry's final decision 

ferry's italian signing appears solid 

ferry situation unique, but not for long 

ferry explains decision to play ball in italy 



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E 


E 


L Y d 


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S 


2 


1/03/1989 A 


1 P Q H65 


H 


2 


9/14/1989 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


2/13/1989 B 


6 N 


CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


3/02/1989 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


6/01/1989 C 


1 P N J40 


H 


2 


6/04/1989 B 


1 U N36 


CHH 1 


8/14/1989 A 


3 P F M70 


S 


2 


1/18/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


1/28/1989 D 


3 P P T32 


S 


2 


1/31/1989 B 


2 P U D18 


H 


2 


2/18/1989 C 


1 P N P33 


H 


2 


2/19/1989 C 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 


2/20/1989 D 


3 P U D18 


S 


2 


2/23/1989 B 


1 P N F25 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 B 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 


2/24/1989 D 


1 U D18 


H 


2 


2/26/1989 C 


1 U M14 


H 


2 


2/28/1989 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


2/28/1989 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/05/1989 C 


1 P G C52 


H 


2 


3/05/1989 C 


5 N 


H 


2 


3/06/1989 D 


1 P U M14 


H 


2 


3/06/1989 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/07/1989 B 


2 P N 


H 


n 

A. 


3/10/1989 B 


6 P N C49 


H 


2 


3/11/1989 D 


3 P N 


S 


n 


3/11/1989 B 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


3/14/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/14/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/31/1989 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 C 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 


4/03/1989 B 


2 P N M14 


S 


c 


4/05/1989 C 


1 P P T44 


S 


2 


5/02/1989 D 


4 P N A76 


s 


2 


5/15/1989 A 


7 P P T44 


H 


2 


5/18/1989 D 


1 P N 


S 


2 


5/22/1989 C 


3 P P T32 


s 


2 


6/20/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


6/21/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


6/27/1989 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 


6/28/1989 A 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 


6/29/1989 D 


1 P N 


S 


2 


6/30/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


7/23/1989 C 


1 N C49 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 B 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 


8/02/19S9 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


8/02/1989 D 


1 P N M88 


g 


2 


8/02/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


n 


8/03/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


8/03/1989 D 


1 P N M88 


H 


2 


8/04/1989 B 


1 N | 

2 P N 

1 P N D18 


H 


2 


8/07/1989 B 


5 


2 


8/11/1989 A 



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'LA DOLCE VITA' WINS FERRY OVER 

HTS WILL TELEVISE FERRY'S GAMES 

FANS ALREADY CAN'T WAIT FOR FERRY'S RETURN TO U.S. 

FERRY, SHAW BEGIN ITALIAN TRAINING CAMP 

CURBS ASIDE, FERRY LIVING ROMAN HOLIDAY 

FERRY! HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS 

FEW, DONNA (HILLSBOROUGH) 

'IT'S THE MEMORIES THAT COUNT' 
FINDING THE MIRACULOUS IN THE COMMON 

FEW, EMILY OLIVER _ „ 

ARTS COUNCIL DIRECTOR ACCEPTS CHARLOTTE JOB 
HELPING NEEDY FAMILIES 

FEW, SHIRLEY D, 

VOLUNTEERS HONORED AT LUNCHEON 

FEW, WILLIAM PRESTON (FORMER PRESIDENT OF DUKE UNIV.) 
■ TRINITY ENJOYS NATIONAL PROMINENCE, RECOGNITION 

FIELD, ADEN 

ADEN OF EDDIE'S DIRECTS SOLSTICE EXTRAVAGANZA 

"^tc^raWT™ MFAWJR OF WORKER WITHOUT TRANSPORTATION 

FIEU 9fH U STREET LANDLORD, LAUNDROMAT OWNER WORKS ONLY UNTIL 3 A.M. SINCE,,. 

FIERSTEIN HARVEY 

STAGE OR SCREEN, 'TORCH SONG' REMAINS FIERSTEIN FAMILY STORY 

FIGUEROA, CIRILO CANO (RAPE/KIDNAPPING CHARGES) 

EMPLOYEES OF LAWN CARE FIRM ACCUSES OF KIDNAPPING, RAPE 
PROSECUTORS DROP CHARGES 

FILES, LAUREL DR. _ 

MOTHERS OF THE YEAR IN ORANGE COUNTY 

FILSTON, HOWARD C. DR. 

FORUM ON DRUNKEN DRIVING 

DRUNK DRIVERS CODDLED, KOOP PANELIST CLAIMS 

EXTEND BUI REVOCATION 

FIRM STAND NEEDED TO CHANGE ATTITUDES ON DRUNK DRIVING 

FILSTON, NANCY LEE 

DON'T DECRIMINALIZE FIRST OFFENSE FOR DRUNKEN DRIVING 
FORUM ON DRUNKEN DRIVING 

FINCH BEMW 

CONSTRUCTION UNDER WAY IN VANCE VALUED AT MORE THAN *50 MILLION 

FINCH, JUATINA 

TAXPAYERS' MONEY AT RISK 

FINCH, VERNON 

TAXPAYERS* MONEY AT RISK 

FISCHER, JANET DR. 

LAB SEEKS TO UNLOCK PARROTT FEVER MYSTERIES 

FISCHER, MIKEL 

DRESS CODE AT LOCAL BAR SPARKS CONTROVERSY 

FISHER, CHRISTOPHER T. 

FISHER RECOMMENDS CONTRACT EXTENSION FOR LATTIMORE 

FISHER IRIS 

24 FOSTER CHILDREN LATER, SHE PLANS TO ADOPT 2-YEAR-OLD TWINS 



S 

N E E 

P D — DATE — C 

H 2 8/12/1989 D 

H 2 8/12/1989 D 

S 2 8/14/1989 A 

H 2 8/17/1989 D 

H 2 9/23/1989 D 

H 2 12/24/1989 C 



CHH 1 12/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 



H 2 1/20/1989 A 
H 2 12/29/1989 A 



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1 P U C49 

3 N C49 

4 E 
3 P N 
1 P N 
3 P N 



1 P F M20 
4 E 



1 P N W66 
4 L 



H 2 4/13/1989 B 

S 2 4/19/1989 G 

H 2 10/09/1989 A 

H 2 3/03/1989 B 

H 2 2/20/1989 B 

H 2 1/27/1989 D 



H 2 5/02/1989 C 
S 2 5/26/1989 C 



1 N S56 

2 P F S92 

6 U W66 

7 N 

1 P N P38 

3 P R S66 



10 N 
1 N B53 



CHH 1 5/14/1989 A 9 P F 



H 2 1/26/1989 A 

H 2 2/19/1989 B 

H 2 2/24/1989 A 

S 2 3/23/1989 A 



H 2 1/01/1989 D 
H 2 1/26/1989 A 



H 1 12/12/1989 C 
H 2 7/03/1989 A 
H 2 7/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/09/1989 A 
H 2 10/30/1989 B 
H 2 11/26/1989 B 



4 E 
1 P N P38 
4 L 
4 L 



4 L 
4 E 



1 P N H60 
4 E 

4 E 
6 P N 
3 N D38 

2 P N M88 
1 D G C60 



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FISHER, SAMUEL BR. 

NEW THROAT-CANCER TREATMENT MAY SPARE VOICE BOX 

FISHER, STEVE (BASKETBALL COACH) 

FISHER SUDDEN BENEFICIARY OF FRIEBER-MICHIGAN FALLOUT 

HEELS, WOLVERINES MEET IN 'SOAP' 

FINAL FOUR COACHES HEAP ON THE PRAISE 

WOLVERINES WIN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP; TITLE IN HAND, FISHER'S FATE.. 

MICHIGAN'S FISHER TURNS PRESSURE INTO TRANQUILITY 

FISHER SIGNING AUTOGRAPHS NOW 

FISKE, ROBERT B. JR. 
GOP AT LOGGERHEADS 

FITCH, JENNY (REST. OWNER) 
DINING PLEASURES 

FITCH, MILTON (WILSON) 

VOTE ALMOST LEADS TO BRAWL 

FITZPATRICK, STEPHEN 

COUNTY CUTS DEVELOPER'S FINE TO URGE CLEANUP OF EROSION SITE 

FLACK, JAMES EDWARD (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/COUPLE CHARGED WITH TRAFFICKING IN COCAINE 

FLACKS, LOUIS (ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

DURHAM FO.ICE HOLD MAN IN HOTEL HEIST; TRIO HITS RESTAURANT 
ROBBERY, THEFT SUSPECT IDENTIFIED 

FLAHAN, BEV 

DIVINE DIVING; GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND BECKONS WITH CLEAR WATERS... 

FLEBOTTE, DAN (LAWYER) 

NEW COURT PROGRAM PICKING UP; DEFENDANTS HAVE ALTERNATIVE TO JAIL 

FLEISHMAN, JOEL (DUKE UNIV.) 

DURHAM ADDS $10 HILLION TO CAMPAIGN FOR DUKE 
DUKE CAMPAIGN REPORTS PLEDGES AT $144 MILLION 
FLEISHMAN NAMED TO PANEL ASSESSING AIR SERVICE, SAFETY 
DUKE VP TO STUDY RIGHT SAFETY 

FLEMING, JOSEPH BERRY (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/SLEEPING VISITOR STABBED 

FLETCHER. GEORGE EDWARD (DRUG CHARGES) 

ARRESTS INVOLVE $300 MILLION IN COCAINE 

POLICE ARREST 'MAJOR PLAYERS' IN DURHAM DRUG SALES 

FLETCHER, GERALD ODELL (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN FACES DWI CHARGE 

FLETCHER, JOHN DR. (DURHAM COUNTY HEALTH DEPT.) 

HEALTH OFFICIALS CRITICIZE SPRAY SEWAGE SYSTEMS 

SEWAGE QUESTIONS AGAIN MAY DELAY TREYBURN HOMES 

HEALTH OFFICIALS BRACE FOR MEASLES TO HIT 

HEALTH BOARD AGAIN TABLES SEWAGE ISSUE 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT GIRDS FOR BATTLE IN SEASONAL MOSQUITO WAR 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT MIGHT ASK COUNTY FOR $4.25 MILLION 

COUNTY RESIDENTS OPPOSE USING CHEMICAL SPRAY FOR' MOSQUITOES 

FLETCHER, JOHN WESLEY 

PENITENT FLETCHER RETURNS TO DURHAM 

BAKKER-HAHN MATCHMAKER FLETCHER CHARGED TWICE FOR DWI WITHIN 4 HOURS 

FLETCHER, JOHNSON FACE PTL CHARGES 

FLETCHER, KELLY DAWN 

MISS NORTH CAROLINA CROWNED; DUKE STUDENT 2ND RUNNER-UP 
SANTA FINALLY MAKES IT TO HILLSBOROUGH 



S 2 3/22/1989 C 1 N 



2 3/17/1989 B 
2 3/21/1989 D 
2 3/30/1989 B 
2 4/04/1989 D 
2 12/08/1989 B 
2 12/09/1989 D 



1 P U C52 

1 P U F25 

1 P U D18 

1 P U M14 

1 P U D18 

1 P N M88 



H 2 6/26/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 11/10/1989 D 11 P F 

H 2 5/05/1989 A 15 N 

S 2 10/24/1989 A 1 N H65 

CHH 1 7/11/1989 A 3 N 



S 2 7/03/1989 C 1 N B53 
H 2 7/04/1989 C 3 N 



H 2 4/23/1989 E 1 P F 



H 2 2/13/1989 A 1 P N S82 



S 2 9/29/1989 A 1 N 392 

H 2 9/30/1989 C 1 N N36 

H 2 12/06/1989 C 5 N D80 

S 2 12/06/1989 A 1 P N 



H 2 12/10/1989 B 1 N M51 



2 6/07/1989 A 
2 6/08/1989 A 



1 P N B53 
1 N M51 



CHH 1 4/07/1989 A 8 N 



1/06/1989 A 
1/09/1989 B 
1/26/1989 C 
2/17/1989 C 
3/06/1989 C 
3/17/1989 C 
5/17/1989 B 



N A54 
N H65 
N H65 
N A54 
N A54 
N A54 
N H65 



2 8/22/1989 A 
2 12/02/1989 C 
2 12/05/1989 A 



H 2 7/09/1989 B 
CHH 1 12/18/1989 A 



1 P N N36 
1 P N N36 
1 P N 



1 N 
3 P N M70 



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FLETCHER, LUCY MUSE WALTON 

ARTICULATE SCHOLAR VIEWS ANTEBELLUM SOUTH 

FI TWW FDTTH 

APHASIA RESULTS IN SEVERE FRUSTRATION, BUT THERAPY CAN BRING IMPROVEMENT 

FLOOD, DUDLEY E. DR. 

CIVIL RIGHTS COMMITMENT URGED 'FOR DURATION' 
OMBUDSMAN HIRED FOR EDUCATION ISSUES 

FLfflVl SOUTHERN, LOCAL NOVELISTS SUBJECT OF NATIONAL PROGRAM 

FLORENCE, CHRISTOPHER (DRUG CHARGES) 
4 MEN CHARGED IN COCAINE BUST 

FLORENCE, KENNETH EDWARD (DRUG CHARGES) 
PURSE SNATCHING SUSPECT NETS 12 YEARS 
POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 
COCAINE SEIZED IN MOTEL RAID 
4 MEN CHARGED IN COCAINE BUST 

^°^ida I carr A flower: A FREE SPIRIT SOARING AHEAD OF HER TIME 

FLOYD, CHASE 

SHOPS PEDDLE 'CRUELTY-FREE' BEAUTY 
1989 BRINGS SHIFT IN ANIMAL TESTING 

FLOYD, EARL WAYNE (DECEASED) 

FORMER APEX POLICE CHIEF FLOYD, 44, DIES 

FLOYD, EMMETT DR. 

COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT ON AGENDA 

TWO FINALISTS NOW IN RUNNING FOR SCHOOL POST 

SCHOOLS SET CLOSED-DOOR INTERVIEWS 

COUNTY BOARD SCHEDULES MEETINGS WITH SUPERINTENDENT FINALISTS 

FLOYD: SHARING HELPS ALL SCHOOLS 

COUNTY SCHOOLS NEARING SUPERINTENDENT DECISION 

FLUKE, PEPPER 

CAROLINA DESIGNER CRAFTSMEN GUILD i SHOW MARKS 20TH YEAR 
DURHAM GETS A LOOK AT 'LAWRENCE' 

pi VIJT pLIADI ce U (P 

A MILL FOR JOBS) DYED CLOTH AND ... CONTROVERSY/FLYNT FABRICS 
FLYNT OWNER JOINS SMALL VOICES TO 'INFORM' CRITICS 
A MATCH MADE IN HILLSBOROUGH 
FLYNT MAY ASK TREATMENT PARENT 

FOBES, RODNEY EDWARD (INJURED IN HUNTING ACCIDENT) 
HUNTING MISHAPS AVOIDABLE 

FOGLEMAN, JAY 

•CUBIC DOLLARS'? FOGLEMAN HOPES SPONSOR EQUALS RACING 

FOGLEMAN, SHELLEY ABBEY REV. (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 
FOGLEMAN BOY'S ORGANS DONATED FOR TRANSPLANTS 
BROGDEN STUDENTS RESPOND TO DEATHS WITH SADD CHAPTER 
DURHAM REMEMBERS THE REV. FOGLEMAN 

FOGLEMAN, STEPHEN MICHAEL (DECEASED) 

FOGLEMAN BOY'S ORGANS DONATED FOR TRANSPLANTS 

FOLEY, THOMAS S. 

FOLEY'S TASK: REUNITING HOUSE 

FOLGER, MARGARET R. __ 

FOUR UNC EMPLOYEES RECEIVE SERVICE AWARDS 



H 2 9/10/1989 D 
H 2 5/30/1989 C 



H 2 1/14/1989 D 
S 2 3/21/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/19/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/14/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/19/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/21/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/19/1989 A 



3 P U H45 
1 P N C60 



4 N 
8 N 



5 N 

3 N M25 



3 N H90 

13 N 

3 N M70 

3 N M25 



S 2 6/05/1989 C 1 P U 



CHH 1 12/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/30/1989 A 



3 P N 
3 N 



H 2 5/18/1989 C 11 



H 2 5/31/1989 C 

H 2 6/02/1989 C 

S 2 6/02/1989 A 

S 2 6/07/1989 A 

S 2 6/08/1989 A 

S 2 6/12/1989 A 



H 2 10/13/1989 D 
H 2 11/13/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/09/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/10/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/12/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/14/1989 A 



H 2 11/25/1989 A 
H 2 8/20/1989 B 



H 2 1/02/1989 B 
H 2 4/13/1989 C 
H 2 6/23/1989 A 



2 N J40 
1 N J40 
1 N S92 
15 N S92 
1 P N S92 
1 N S92 



10 P F W66 
6 U W66 



1 P N R63 
1 N D38 
4 E 
3 N 



4 E 

1 P N M64 



1 P N 

2 N 

1 P N T33 



H 2 1/02/1989 B 1 P N 
H 2 6/11/1989 Ii 4 E 
CHH 1 4/23/1989 A 7 P N 



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FOLK, CHRISTOPHER DAVID (DRIVEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/HAN CHARGED WITH BUI, OTHER OFFENSES 

FOOTE, WILLIAM REV. 

BISHOP SET TO VISIT CHAPEL HILL CHURCH 

FORBERT, STEVE 

'NEW DYLAN' BRINGS FOLK-ROCK TO ARTSCENTER 

FORBES, JAMES A. JR. DR. (MINISTER) 
LIGHT YEARS FROM HIS ROOTS 

FORBES. MALCOLM 

AVERAGE TAXPAYERS HAVE HAD A BELLYFUL 

FORBES, ROBERT EDWARD (DECEASED) 

PEDESTRIAN DIES AFTER HIT BY CAR 

FORBUS. INA 

CAT STORIES PROVIDE FINE ENTERTAINMENT 
BETTY HODGES THE GREATEST 

FORD, DANNY 

COACHES OFFER BEST/WORST OF ACC FOOTBALL 

CLEMSON'S REFRAIN! NOTHING FANCY, JUST BUNCH OF WINS 

WHEN THE COACHES PLAYED... 

ACC COACHES! PARITY'S COME TO FOOTBALL 

FROM A TO F; RATING COACHES IN THE ACC 

FORD, GERALD R. 

CHINKS IN CEAUSESU'S ARMOR 

FORD, JAMES LARRY (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

JURY TO HEAR ABOUT FIRST HUSBAND'S DEATH 

STAGER TRIAL! HANDGUNS THAT KILLED DEFENDANT'S 2 HUSBANDS WERE.,. 

STUDENT TELLS OF FINDING TAPE BY SLAIN DURHAM HIGH COACH 

RANDOLPH MAY PROBE FORD CASE 

MRS. STAGER WAS WRITING NOVEL BASED ON FIRST HUSBAND'S DEATH 

AN UNTIMELY DEATH! QUESTIONS UNANSWERED DRIFT OFF IN TIME 

EVIDENCE ABOUT FIRST HUSBAND COULD OVERTURN STAGER VERDICT 

JUDGMENT ON APPEAL 

DETECTIVES TO REVIEW FORD DEATH EVIDENCE 

STAGER FACES FROBE IN 1ST HUSBAND'S DEATH 

NEW INVESTIGATION ORDERED IN DEATH OF BARBARA STAGER'S FIRST HUSBAND 

FORD, MELVIN 

INVESTMENT FIRM DEFENDS PROGRAM 

FORBE, ADAM R. 

PAIR FROM NEW NCCU GROUP SEEK AUDIENCE AT VIRGINIA BEACH 
NCCU PAIR TELL PROBE PANEL RACISM CAUSED LABOR DAY RIOT 

FORDHAM, CHRISTOPHER C. Ill 

UNNAMED DONOR SETS UP AWARD HONORING FORDHAM 

FORDHAM AWARD ESTABLISHED AT UNC 

FORDHAM BOULEVARD TO BE ESTABLISHED 

CHRISTOPHER FORDHAM BOULEVARD A 'BYPASS* NO LONGER 

20 NAMED TO PAIDEIA BOARD 

FORERO, EDUARDO 

HE IMPORTS CRAFTS FRESH FROM ANDES 

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH COCAINE TRAFFICKING 

FORT, EDWARD DR. 

CHANCELLOR OF A&T STATE SEEKS FUNDS 

FORTSON, KIM 

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE/ALLURE OF EURCRE CALLS TO THIS UNC GRADUATE 



CHH 1 5/30/1989 A 2 N 

CHH 1 5/12/1989 A 3 P N SI? 

CHH 1 9/08/1989 A 3 P N H90 

H 2 2/21/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 9/06/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 12/17/1989 B 3 N 



H 


2 


6/25/1989 D 


3 R 


H 


2 


8/24/1989 A 


4 L 


s 


2 


8/01/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


9 


8/24/1989 D 


7 P F 


H 


2 


8/24/1989 D 


20 P F C49 


H 


2 


10/19/1989 B 


1 P N L22 


H 


2 


11/30/1989 B 


1 U L22 


H 


2 


12/17/1989 D 


2 P U H49 


H 


2 


5/11/1989 A 


1 N S82 


H 


2 


5/12/1989 A 


1 P N S32 


S 


2 


5/12/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


S 


2 


5/18/198? A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


5/20/1989 A 


1 P N S82 


H 


L. 


5/21/1989 A 


1 P F S69 


H 


2 


5/21/1989 A 


1 N R63 


H 


n 


5/23/198? A 


4 E 


S 


2 


5/24/1989 A 


1 N B53 


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6/02/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


6/03/1989 C 


1 N 



S 2 8/29/1989 A 1 N B53 



2 9/26/1989 B 5 
2 11/01/1989 C 1 



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N C47 



S 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



4/12/1989 C 
4/25/1989 A 
7/15/1989 A 
7/22/1989 A 
9/19/1989 A 



3/19/198? D 
8/10/1989 C 



1 N 

2 N 

3 N 

1 P N 317 
7 P N 



6 P N C47 
3 N 



H 2 3/22/1989 B 5 P N 
CHH 1 5/13/1989 A 1 P N 



r OSCUE, DALLAS HAYES JR. (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 



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^* MU 1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



POLICE LOG/TWEE CHARGED IN DWI CASES 

FOSS, KELLY „ _ 

CONCERT REVIEU AN OUTRAGE 

FOSTEL, GARY 

BLIND FAITH THE LEADER 

FOSTER, BILL (NORTHWESTERN BASKETBALL COACH) 

FOSTER AIMS TO BUILD NORTHWESTERN IN THE HOLD OF DUKE 

^^IM^UJCKY'/AIDS DAY PANELIST-FAMILY SUPPORT MAKES HIM AN EXCEPTION 

FOSTER, ELAINE 

IF SHE HAD LISTENED... 

DOCTOR SAID NOT GUILTY OF MENACING PROTESTER 
DOCTOR FOUND NOT GUILTY OF THREATENING PROTESTER 
ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS FOUND GUILTY OF TRESPASSING 
ESCAPEE PENS LETTER; 14-YEAR-OLD CASE ENDS 

F0STE ABORTION PROTESTER SAYS DOCTOR THREATENED HER 

FTKTFTJ If) RRAHAH 

HOUSE VOTES 57-54 TO DEFEAT WORKERS' COMPENSATION BILL 

FOUSHEE, COLUMBUS SHERMAN (RAPE CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL MAN HELD ON RAPE CHARGE 

FOUSHEE, JOHN (DECEASED) _ _„ AT n/ 
FORMER CHAPEL HILL MAYOR FOUSHEE DIES AT 86 

F ° UST ALAMAk1 N BUDGET IS DELAYING RETIREMENT OF COLLEEN FOUST 

F ^6w[ls ( G0UR^A0 F V0I^OUR OPINION, CONTACT YOUR CITY COUNCIL... (AD) 

FOULER, GARY (RURAL ADVANCEMENT FUND) 

THIRD WORLD PROBLEM SPURS LOCAL CONCERN 

FOWLER, DEWAYNE GERALD „„ 

DURHAM POLICE SAY MAN SHOOTS ALLEGED INTRUDER 
POLICE LOG/HOMEOWNER FIRES SHOT AT INTRUDER 

FOULER, KAREN R. (ASSAULT SUSPECT) r _ 

GIRLS' FIGHT AT SOUTHERN HIGH HOSPITALIZES ONE 
STUDENT CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

FOULER, MIKE (BASEBALL) 

1*1 IRHAM H I I R 1 9R9 

HUNTER MAKING PITCH FOR DIABETES FOUNDATION/BASEBALL NOTES 

TELEWSION BEGINNING TO MAKE IMPACT ON SEVERAL CAROLINA LEAGUE TEAMS 

FOULER, RICHARD PAUL (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 

SIGN POST KILLS DURHAM TEEN RIDING IN CAR 
NORTHERN HIGH JUNIOR KILLED IN FREAK CAR ACCIDENT 
STUDENT'S FUNERAL TO BE IN KY. 

FOULER, WILLIAM ALFRED „ _ 

NOBEL WINNER TO DISCUSS UNIVERSE'S AGE 

FOWLIE, WALLACE 

LIBRARY WRITER SERIES DRAWS BLOCKBUSTER NAMES 

FOX CARL 

' SPEAKERS EMPHASIZE EDUCATION DURING 'FREEDOM DAY CELEBRATION' 
ENNIS' BODY FOUND NEAR HILLSBOROUGH 
FRANKLIN'S ATTORNEYS QUESTION 'DEALS' 



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H 2 2/27/1989 A 

H 2 1/23/1989 A 

H 2 12/02/1989 D 

CHH 1 12/02/1989 A 



H 2 1/05/1989 A 

S 2 3/31/1989 C 

H 2 4/01/1989 C 

CHH 1 4/13/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/10/1989 A 



S 2 2/13/1989 C 

H 2 5/12/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/19/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/09/1989 A 

H 1 3/07/1989 B 

H 2 2/09/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/06/1989 A 



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3 N R63 

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3 N 
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1 N H60 
8 A 
3 P N M25 



S 2 12/04/1989 A 
H 2 12/05/1989 C 



H 2 5/05/1989 C 
H 2 5/16/1989 C 



H 2 4/29/1989 B 
H 2 5/21/1989 C 
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H 2 5/23/1989 C 
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H 2 4/08/1989 B 
H 2 9/24/1989 D 



CHH 1 1/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 
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1 N C47 
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3 N H90 
1 P N R63 
1 N R63 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



fox: mcmichael on lsd hen shot 

a lesson in aggression; d.a. carl fox learned quickly not to be timid., 

fox touts his theatrics — out of court 

county may have 4th death row case 

fox! mcmichael decision not based on drug tests 

police log/fox's home under police surveillance 

confessed killer free on probation 

gravette case prompts fox to act 

fox's proposal makes sense 

commitments law proposal may hit snag 

d.a. fox blasts bill targeting bumper stickers 

fox gives legislators lesson on constitution 

confessed killer will have delayed release 

fox, hakan honored by chamber of commerce 

unc stores settle with merchants 

unc store ruling draws praise, flak 

petition supports computer sales 

franklin pleads guilty to slayings 

d.a. won't ban computer sales at unc 

buchanan goes free 

stores decision 'computes' to fairness 

the price of human justice 

fox admits rumor of bid for ag post began 'in jest' 

new assistant da to ease district load 

protesters blast court, prosecutors 

protesters blast court, prosecutors 

fox calls victims' advocate good idea 

annadale trial goes to jury 

battered women need help in court system 

fox seeks special prosecutor 

d.a. fox to speak at rights hearing 

ag's senior deputy takes jolly case 

sex offenders get off easy, speakers say 

jolly's lawyers request hearing 

making sense of local courts 

stacking up in district court 

the way to trial— most never make it to court 

fox to publicly address jolly case 

fox polls d.a.s across u.s. on domestic violence 

pendergrass defends sheriff's department 

fox to seek re-election 

d.a. ponders artscenter, landlord link 

d.a. ponders artscenter, landlord link 

new domestic violence report system praised 

sbi to probe artscenter site sale 

board's knowledge of transaction questioned 

fox, david (attorney) 

attorney seeks to interview ex-wgrxers at former ge site 
advertisement linked to tests for contamination 

fox, james c. (judge) 

two federal judges in n.c. say assets may top m million 

fox, mike (baseball coach) 

n.c. wesleyan learned cost of national title 

fox, richard (cat's cradle) 

cradle owner files suit over loan 

fox, rick (basketball) 

off the beaten path,- fox makes transition from tropics to smith center 
fox slam ignites tar heels 

fox<- genovese, elizabeth 

articulate scholar views antebellum south 

fozard. donald rev. 

churches show unity in march 



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CHH 1 
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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 

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CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 



1/21/1989 

2/05/1989 

2/18/1989 

2/28/1989 

3/15/1989 

4/02/1989 

4/08/1989 

4/14/1989 

4/15/1989 

4/17/1989 

4/19/1989 

4/20/1989 

4/25/1989 

5/23/1989 

5/25/1989 

5/26/1989 

5/31/1989 

6/02/1989 

6/03/1989 

6/07/1989 

6/07/1989 

6/08/1989 

7/25/1989 

8/15/1989 

9/23/1989 

9/23/1989 

10/02/1989 

10/03/1989 

10/03/1989 

10/14/1989 

10/15/1989 

10/17/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/31/1989 

11/19/1989 

11/19/1989 

11/19/1989 

11/28/1989 

12/08/1989 

12/08/1989 

12/13/1989 

12/20/1989 

12/20/1989 

12/25/1989 

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N M70 
N L90 
N M70 
N H90 
N M70 
N 

N R63 
N R63 
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N R63 
N R63 
E 

N R63 
N S17 
N K90 
N H90 
N H90 
N M70 
N M70 
N H90 
E 
E 

N H90 
N M20 
N C62 
N M70 
N C62 
N H90 
E 
N 

N S17 
N W57 
N S17 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N H90 
N C62 
N M70 
N W57 
N C62 
N C62 



S 2 2/23/1989 C 1 N B53 
H 2 2/24/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 6/08/1989 B 6 N 
H 2 7/20/1989 D 1 U M38 
CHH 1 6/23/1989 A 3 N 



H 

H 


2 

2 


1/03/1989 D 
12/24/1989 C 


1 P N M14 
1 P N M88 


H 


2 


9/10/1989 D 


3 P U H45 


H 


2 


3/31/1989 A 


9 P N S69 



FRAGO, DOUGLAS W. 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



PEACE CORPS OFFICIAL TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

FRANCIS, MARC ADDISON REV. 

CHURCH WILL INSTALL PASTOR ON SUNDAY 

FRANCIS, TERESA CAROL (DECEASED) 

WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN CAR „„,„„, 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN DEAD IN CAR IDENTIFIED 

FRANK, BARNEY __ 
SEX-FOR-FAVORS LAWMAKER? 

FR ^PIA^FRANK N TO T PLAY AT BACHAUER MEMORIAL CONCERT 
FRANK BEETHOVEN ELEGANT AND MATURE 



FRANK, NYLE 

'PIEDMONT PARIS' 



MARKS BASTILLE DAY 



FRANKLIN, BARBARA A. (HOME DESTROYED BY FIRE) 
FIRE DESTROYS HOME OFF COLE MILL ROAD 
FIRE CAUSED BY CRACK IN FURNACE PIPE 

FR ^'fSkSS? I B(PERIIO«T IN DUKE PROFESSOR'S BOOK 

^KyOrV'cAnW FILES; 2 JOIN COUNCIL RACE 
22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 
CANDIDATES MUST BE MORE OPEN WITH PEOPLE 
CITY ELECTION LINEUP; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 
CRIME IS NO. 1 ISSUE 
MAYORAL CANDIDATE FRANKLIN TARGETS CRIME 
STRAWBRIDGE OUT TO RAISE *50,000 IN MAYORAL RACE 
MAYORAL CANDIDATES TUSSLE IN NCCU FORUM 
MAYORAL HOPEFULS SPAR IN FIRST FORUM TOGETHER 
STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 
STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 
V0TE/'89; VOTING PRECINCT TALLY 

FR ^^IL^IN 3 BLACK'HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) m 
CBS TO INTERVIEW DR. JOHN FRANKLIN ON BLACK HISTORY MONTH 
REAGAN 'MFAN-SPIRITED, VINDICTIVE, NFGATIVE' 
SOUTHERN WRITERS GIVE AWARD TO HISTORIAN 
DUKE'S FRANKLIN TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREE FROM SMU 

FRANKLIN, LAYMAN (BOY SCOUT MASTER)^ 

AFTER 63 YEARS, DURHAM SCOUT TROOP LIVES ON 

FRANKLIN I FF COREY 

CHARGES AGAINST LEE COREY FRANKLIN DROPPED BY COURT BmBBam 
DESPITE GUILTY PLEAS, 120-YEAR TERM POSSIBLE FOR 3 ARMED ROBBERIES 

FRANKLIN, LENTZ CRAIG (MURDER SUSPECT) 

FRANKLIN'S ATTORNEYS QUESTION 'DEALS' 
COUNTY MAY HAVE 4TH DEATH ROW CASE 
GRAVES DUG BEFORE KILLINGS — WITNESS 
FRANKLIN PLEADS GUILTY TO SLAYINGS 
CHRONOLOGY OF CASE 
BUCHANAN GOES FREE _ 

THE PRICE OF HUMAN JUSTICE u mmir 

CHARGES AGAINST LEE COREY FRANKLIN DROPPED BY COURT 
A CONVICTB KILLER GIVES HIS ACCOUNG/SUNDAY FOCUS! CRAIG FRANKLIN 
OFFICIALS SKEPTICAL OF FRANKLIN'S STORY/SUNDAY FOCUS! CRAIG FRANKLIN 
FRANKLIN: 'I NEEDED A LESSON AND I GOT IT' 

FRANKLIN, WILLARD L. (STABBING CHARGE) _ __ 
F'OLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED IN SEPT. 9 STABBING CASE 



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2 2/16/1989 C 2 N 



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2 8/23/1989 B 1 N 
2 8/24/1989 C 2 N M51 



H 2 9/16/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 5/21/1989 E 9 P N D80 
H 2 5/30/1989 B 3 P R L59 



CHH 1 7/16/1989 A 1 P N M70 



S 2 12/29/1989 A 1 P N B53 
S 2 12/30/1989 C 1 N B53 



H 2 9/02/1989 C 6 N 



S 2 


8/04/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


S 2 


8/05/1989 C 


1 N C61 


S 2 


8/07/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


8/08/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 2 


8/14/1989 A 


4 L 


S 2 


9/05/1989 B 


1 N 


H 2 10/05/1989 C 


1 N R63 


S 2 10/06/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 2 


10/06/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


H 2 10/11/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 2 


10/11/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 2 


10/11/1989 A 


6 N 


H 2 


2/02/1989 B 


SPG 


H 2 


2/14/1989 C 


5 N 


H 2 


3/05/1989 D 


5 P J 


H 2 


4/08/1989 C 


2 N 


H 2 


4/19/1989 C 


12 N 


S 2 


5/24/1989 B 


1 P N T77 


CHH 1 


8/01/1989 A 


3 N M70 


H 2 


8/03/1989 C 


1 N S32 


CHH 1 


1/11/1989 A 


1 N R63 


CHH 1 


2/28/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


6/02/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


6/02/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


6/02/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


6/07/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


8/01/1989 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 


9/03/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


9/03/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


9/03/1989 A 


1 N M70 


H 2 


12/14/1989 B 


1 N S69 



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12/31/1989 



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DUKE SCIENTISTS REJECT STEREOTYPE, SHOW ARTISTIC TALENTS 

DUKE PROF RECEIVES AWARD 

DUKE CHEMISTRY PROF RECEIVES AWARD 

DUKE CHEMISTRY PROFS TO BE HONORED 

FRAZIER, ALLIE 

DUKE GRADUATE PROGRAM MARKS ANNIVERSARY 

FRAZIER, CHRISTOPHER (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR RAPES ELDERLY WOMAN AT KNIFEPOINT 
POLICE LOG/BOY, 9, TREATED AFTER SHOT BY BB GUN 

FRAZIER, GEORGE U. 

LITTER OFFICER FOUND GUILTY FOR BAD CHECK 

FREDERICK, DON 

FIRST IMPRESSION! NEW GM DIVISION HAS KICKED UP A STORM 
THE INf INITI HAS FINALLY ARRIVED 
HITTING THE ROAD 
HITTING THE ROAD 

FREELAND, JAMES J. (DANIEL BOONE COMPLEX) 
COUNTY HURTS BOONE VILLAGE BUSINESSES 
BOONE VILLAGE DEVELOPER DIES 
FLAGS AT HALF-MAST FOR FREELAND 
FREELAND FUNERAL IS TODAY 

HILLSBOROUGH BIDS FREELAND FAREWELL ; HUNDREDS GATHER FOR FUNERAL 
FREELANDS HELP TOWN 

FREELAND, JAMES RAY (DEVELOPER) 

TOWN ATTORNEY WARNS OF ANNEXATION COSTS 
HILLSBOROUGH'S MARIA'S PIZZA FACES EVICTION 
PIZZA WARS IN HILLSBOROUGH 
FREELANDS HELP TOWN 

FREELAND, SHERRY 

COMING HOME TO HISTORY, HILLSBOROUGH CHURCH ENTERS 123RD YEAR 

FREELON, NNENNA 

JAZZ FROM THE 'COMFORT LEVEL' 

CHILD COMMISSION HOPES SHOW FILLS GAP FROM STATE FUNDS CUT 

FREEMAN, AMY 

3 DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOST BID 

FREEMAN, DARYL KEITH (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 
ROBBER SENTENCED TO 35-YEAR TERM 

FREEMAN, DONNIE LEE (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

COUNTY MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING BROTHER 

FREEMAN, NOEL (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

DURHAM RESTAURANT EMPLOYEE HOLDS MAN FOR POLICE FOLLOWING THEFT OF CASH 

FREEMAN, RANDY EUGENE (SHOOTING SUSPECT) 

COUNTY MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING BROTHER 

FREEMAN, ROBERT EARLE (DECEASED) 

FORMER DURHAM HIGH PRINCIPAL, FREEMAN, DIES 

ROBERT FREEMAN, EX-PRINCIPAL 

ROBERT FREEMAN STOOD TALL AS TEACHER, ADMINISTRATOR 

FREEMAN, ROLAND (DURHAM MERCHANT'S ASSOCIATION) 

MERCHANTS GROUP HONORS FREEMAN/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 
TOBACCOLANB KIWANIS CLUB ELECTS FREEMAN PRESIDENT 

FREESE, ROBERT P. 

RTP INVENTORS FINALISTS IN NATIONAL COMPETITION 

SCIENTISTS RECEIVE INVENTORY AWARD 

TRIANGLE DISTINGUISHED INVENTORS GET MORE RESPECT NOW... A LOT MORE 



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5/09/1989 A 
5/23/1989 C 
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H 2 9/03/1989 C 12 N M51 
H 2 9/04/1989 A 12 N M51 



S 2 2/13/1989 C 1 P N B53 



H 2 11/02/1989 D 1 P U 

H 2 11/09/1989 D 1 P F 

H 2 11/23/1989 D 1 N 

H 2 12/14/1989 D 1 U F65 



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1/31/1989 
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CHH 1 5/08/1989 A 1 P N M20 

CHH 1 7/22/1989 A 1 P N M20 

CHH 1 7/23/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 8/09/1989 A 4 L 



CHH 1 8/19/1989 A 1 P N H90 



H 2 4/23/1989 E 1 P F 
S 2 7/01/1989 C 1 P N S92 



S 2 2/08/1989 A 1 N M06 



H 2 9/28/1989 C 4 N S82 



CHH 1 9/21/1989 A 



2 1/07/1989 C 



N M25 



CHtt 1 9/21/1989 A 3 N M25 



S 2 7/26/1989 B 2 
H 2 7/27/1989 C 2 
H 2 9/11/1989 A 4 L 



2 2/11/1989 A 
2 10/22/1989 B 



S 2 4/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/26/198* A 
H 2 4/30/1989 D 



8 P N 

9 P N 



1 P N M06 
3 N 
6 P N K65 



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F STUDENTS CHALLENGE UNC HISTORY DEPT. APPOINTMENT 
UNC HISTORY CHAIRMAN DEFENDS HIRING CHOICE 



CHH 1 3/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/28/1989 A 



FREID, BONNIE LYNN (DISORDERLY CONDUCT) 

aj^TUDENT^FIN^FOftPA^OCKING GATES AT GOVERNOR'S MANSION.,, PROTEST H 



2 4/06/1989 A 
2 5/17/1989 C 









FREIMARK, CECELIA (SHOPLIFTING) 

prosecutor: BONDSMAN PAID BRIBE miAi 

PROSECUTOR SAYS JURY TO HEAR TAPE IN BONDSMAN TRIAL 
BONDSMAN SAYS SECURITY OFFICER SOLICITED BRIBE 
BONDSMAN HAD CHANCE AT DEAL, PROSECUTOR SAYS 
LARCENY CHARGE DROPPED 

FRENCH, FREDERICK GREY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED UITH DHI 

CARr'mILL MALL ON MARKET A YEAR BEFORE BUYER FOUND 
MD. FIRM BUYS CARR MILL MALL 

"^^wWnECT WEEKj CAMPUS FOLLOWS CRUSADES OF 'GENERAL COLLEGE' 

FRENCH, SCOTT DR. (CAROLINA AIR CARE) 

NCMH SEES INCREASE IN COCAINE ADMISSIONS 

FREY, KYLE RONALD (ARSON SUSPECT) 

VERSIONS CLASH OF ROLE YOUTH PLAYED IN FIRES 

ACCUSED LOOKOUT DENIES ARSON ROLE 

DURHAM JURY MAY GET ARSON CASE TODAY 

YOUTH ACQUITTED OF TAKING PART IN BURNING HOUSE 

FREY, WILL (MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST) 

MEN'S NETWORK TO HOST MEADE PERFORMANCE 

FREYTAG, SUSANNE _ 

SUSANNE FREYTAG CATERS TO THE STARS 

FRIDAY IDA 

AVOID CHILD-CARE "GUILT", FRIDAY SAYS 

FRIDAY, WILLIAM C. . mimt 

friday's 'people' moving to rtp 

ncsu foundation's newspaper ads news to president 

friday urges assistance for state's poor, illiterate 

education: let's do something 

hitchings on tv 

SHADOWING hunt-helms fiasco 

THANK GOD, IT'S... FOR SENATE (CARTOON) 

WILL FALLOUT FROM 1984 ELECTION PROMPT FRIDAY TO SEEK U.S. 

PRESSURE MAY BUILD ON WILLIAM FRIDAY TO RUN FOR SENATE 

20 NAMED TO PAIDEIA BOARD „ „ ___ 

FRIDAY CO-CHAIRMAN OF PANEL STUDYING COLLEGE ATHLETICS 

WILLIAM FRIDAY WILL NOT RUN FOR U.S. SENATE 

DEMOCRATS LOSE BEST CHANCE ^ p 

FIVE RECEIVE DAVIE AWARD HONORS FROM UNC TRUSTEES 

FRIDENSON, PATRICK __ 

PROFESSOR TO SPEAK ON FRENCH LABOR 

FRIEBEL, A. DAVID (GRAHPIC DESIGNER) 
TRIANGLE MONUMENT GOES PFFT 

FRIEDER, BILL (BASKETBALL COACH) 

THANK GOD ALL COACHES AREN'T 'BASKET CASES' 

FRIEDMAN, JAY 



8/08/1989 C 
8/09/1989 C 
8/11/1989 C 
8/12/1989 C 
10/27/1989 B 



1 N 

2 N 



12 N 
1 N R63 



1 N B53 

1 N S32 

1 N S82 

1 N S82 

9 N 



CHH 1 2/23/1989 A 2 N 



CHH 1 3/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/19/1989 A 



CHH 1 10/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/05/1989 A 



S 2 2/15/1989 C 

H 2 2/16/1989 C 

S 2 2/16/1989 C 

H 2 2/17/1989 C 



CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 
S 2 6/28/1989 C 
CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 



CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 



SENATE SEAT? H 
H 



1/14/1989 
2/20/1989 
3/08/1989 
4/16/1989 
6/19/1989 
8/20/1989 
8/20/1989 
9/03/1989 
9/14/1989 
9/19/1989 
9/28/1989 
, 9/30/1989 
H 2 10/03/1989 
CHH 1 12/05/1989 



2 
2 
2 



2 

CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 



3 N C62 
1 P N C62 



3 P N 
1 N S17 



1 N B53 

1 N S82 

1 N B53 

1 N S82 



3 P N S17 
1 P F S27 
3 P N 



1 
14 
1 
4 
8 
4 
4 
5 
6 
7 
11 
1 
4 
3 



N L90 

N 

N S17 

E 

P 

E 

T C50 

U A20 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 



H 2 4/06/1989 B 2 N 
H 2 1/20/1989 A 1 N N36 
S 2 3/17/1989 D 1 U F25 



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PARENTS, TEENS WORK AT "BRIDGING THE GAP" 

FRIEDMAN, JOHN RABBI (JUDEA REFORM CONGREGATION) 
PRESS ON FOR CIVIL RIGHTS 
JEWS BEGIN PASSOVER HOLIDAY TODAY 
AWARD WINNER 

RABBI WORKS FOR ALL MANKIND 
BIRTHDAY BASH FOR GOOD CAUSE 

FRIEDRICK, JOHN J. 

TEXAS CANDIDATE FOR N.C. SCHOOL JOB VISITS AREA CAMPUS 

TEXAN IS TOP CONTENDER FOR SCIENCE AND MATH SCHOOL DIRECTOR'S JOB 

SCIENCE & MATH SCHOOL SELECTS FRIEDRICK 

DIRECTOR APPOINTED FOR SCIENCE SCHOOL 

DGOR OPENS TO OPPORTUNITIES 

NEW MATH SCHOOL HEAD SLASHES THROUGH PAPER JUNGLE 

LOOKIN' TOUGH 

MATH SCHOOL HAND CARVES A NEW MISSION STATEMENT 

MATH SCHOOL AIMS TO DOUBLE MINORITY PUPILS 

FRISHER, TOM 

FRISHER, THOMAS CLAIM CITY-COUNTY TENNIS TITLES 

FRI77F1I , WILLIAM 

NCCU'S FRIZZELL AGAIN AN EAGLE 

FROST, ANDREW MCLANE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/3 FACE DWI CHARGES IN SEPARATE INCIDENTS 

FROST, JERRY (BASEBALL) 

FROST'S BATTLE WITH ADVERSITY LEADS HIM TO DURHAM 

DURHAM BULLS, 1989 

WINSTON-SALEM SLIDES BY BULLS, 4-3 

FRY, JAMES L. JR. DR. 

DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY APPOINTS FIVE 

FRYE HENRY E 

'JUSTICE HENRY FRYE TO SPEAK SUNDAY AT FRATERNITY EVENT 
INSIGHT/'... TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE' 
BLACKS AND GOP HELP EACH OTHER IN N.C. LEGISLATURE 

FRYE, ROBERT EARL (DRUG CHARGES) 

ARRESTS INVOLVE $300 MILLION IN COCAINE 

POLICE ARREST 'MAJOR PLAYERS' IN DURHAM DRUG SALES 

FUENTES, CARLOS 

NOVELIST FUENTES TO SPEAK 
SITE OF FUENTES TALK CHANGED 

FUGATE, WAT MRS. 
NEW OFFICERS 

FULBRIGHT, DELIA 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/DELLA FULBRIGHT 

FULKERSON, JOSEPH 

KNOW-THE-ENEMY DRIVES MOM WHO LOST NEWBORN TO INFECTION 

FULKERSON, KEEGAN 

KNOW-THE-ENEMY DRIVES MOM WHO LOST NEWBORN TO INFECTION 

FULLER, HOWARD (CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST) 

YEARS LATER, ACTIVISTS MEET IN DURHAM 
DURHAM TAKES TIME TO RECALL KING'S EFFORTS 

FULLER, HUGH 

N.C. STATE ALLEGATIONS MUST BE KEPT SEPARATE 
WHISTLEBLOWER FULLER GETS MIXED REACTION ON NCSU CAMF1JS 

FULLER, VIOLA (AUTO-PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENT VICTIM) 



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

CHH 1 11/05/1989 A 3 P N D38 



H 
H 
S 
S 
H 


2 

2 
2 

n 


1/04/1989 A 
4/19/1989 C 
5/13/1989 A 
7/06/1989 A 
12/12/1989 A 


4 L 
1 N A54 
11 P P S73 
6 P F G59 
4 E 


H 
H 

S 
H 
H 
S 

H 
S 
S 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


4/18/1989 A 
4/20/1989 A 
4/24/1989 A 
4/25/1989 C 
7/27/1989 A 
7/27/1989 A 
7/29/1989 B 
8/17/1989 B 
9/08/1989 C 


1 N J40 
1 N J40 
1 P N S92 
1 P N J40 
4 E 
1 P N S92 
1 P P C45 
1 P N S92 
1 N S92 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 B 


1 P N M88 



S 2 8/22/1989 B 6 N A76 
CHH 1 2/24/1989 A 8 N 



S 2 4/01/1989 B 1 U P52 
H 2 4/26/1989 D 2 P F 
H 2 6/15/1989 D 1 P N C52 



CHH 1 6/09/1989 A 



H 2 1/13/1989 C 3 P N 
H 2 12/17/1989 D 1 P N 
H 2 12/17/1989 D 1 N 



S 2 6/07/1989 A 1 P N B53 
H 2 6/08/1989 A 1 N M51 



CHH 1 3/30/198? A 5 N 
CHH 1 4/07/198? A 5 N 



S 2 5/06/1989 A 5 P P S73 

S 2 3/11/1989 D 3 P B 

H 2 12/03/1989 B 1 P N C60 

H 2 12/03/198<? B 1 P N C60 



H 2 1/17/1989 A 1 P N C47 
S 2 1/17/1989 A 1 P N M06 



S 2 8/04/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 9/25/1989 B 1 N 



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CAR KILLS PEDESTRIAN 

FUNERAL SET FOR ACCIDENT VICTIM 

FULLER, WILLIAM (FOOTBALL) 

FULLER MAKING MARK WITH OILERS 

F ^T?iMATE E HOUSE ARRESTS STATE OFFICIALS PUSH ELECTRONIC ALTERNATIVE... 

FULP, RICHARD ALLEN JR. (SHOOTING SUSPECT) 
MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING CARS ON 1-40 

^^CORPORATiaTION OF U.S. JOURNALISM' ANGERS EDITOR OF INDEPENDENT 

RM£ S H FuSuRGH & THE ROCKETS PERFORM TOMORROW AT UNDER THE STREET 

RM£ FU^RBUW< I SLAMS PAST U.S. SUPPORT OF ROMANIA 

™ NDE SW&AdF^T WINNER HELPS KICK OFF HOLIDAY CARD CAMPAIGN 

RJQlW FUQUA?S $4 MILLION, BUSINESS SCHOOL GIFT EARMARKED FOR DUKE-SOVIET., . 
FUQUA TO PEDDLE FREE-MARKET IDEAS TO SOVIETS 
FUQUA NAMED TO HORATIO ALGER BOARD 

FURCHGOTT, ROBERT F. DR. 

3 TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES FROM UNC 

FURGES, CARL ALEXANDER (DRUG CHARGE) mi 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH COCAINE POSSESSION 

FURIA, EDWARD 

ACTIVISTS CALL SEANC TO ACTION 

FIRR RT CHARD L (CCB) 

BANKSCITE HEAVY LOBBY TRAFFIC IN DENYING CHECK-CASHING SERVICE 

FUTRELL, JIM (GLASS BLOWER) 

HIGH-TECH MICROELECTRONICS USES ANCIENT GLASSBLOWING ART 

FUTRELL HARY HATUGOD 

LOCAL TEACHERS JOIN 7,000 CALLING FOR PAY INCREASES 

GABELLA, JIM 

GABELLA'S MOMENT OF GLORY OVERSHADOWED DREADFUL SEASON 

GABLE, CLARK 

DOES HE GIVE A ...? 

GABOR, ZSA ZSA 

ZSA ZSA WAS UNBELIEVABLE 

DAHLING, IT'S NEWS 

ZSA ZSA NOT CENTER STAGE 

GABRIEL, ROMAN (FOOTBALL) 

GABRIEL TO JOIN UNITED WAY KICKOFF 
UNITED WAYS JOIN FOR KICKOFF „ „ ____, 
GABRIEL TOUTING CAROLINAS FOR MAJOR LEAGUE tfASEBALL 
FORMER FOOTBALL STAR KICKS OFF TRIANGLE UNITED WAY DRIVES 

GADDIE. CHARLES WILLIE (DRUG/DWI CHARGES) 
ROBBERS BEAT MAN, TAKE CAR, WALLET 

GADDIS, DALE 

COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM WANTS $280,000 FOR NEW BRANCH 
COUNTY PICKS SITE FOR SOUTHWESTERN LIBRARY 



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N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 1/11/1989 A 1 N B53 
H 2 1/13/1989 C 4 



H 2 8/15/1989 B 2 P N 

H 2 5/24/1989 C 1 N S69 

H 2 1/21/1989 A 13 N 

H 2 6/11/1989 B 1 U N36 

S 2 2/09/1989 D 7 P P 

H 2 12/24/1989 A 1 P N 

H 2 11/02/1989 C 9 P N C60 



H 2 4/16/1989 B 1 N 
S 2 4/17/1989 C 1 P N 
H 2 7/25/1989 B 5 N 



CHH 1 4/18/1989 A 5 P N 

CHH 1 10/31/1989 A 6 N 

CHH 1 10/28/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 6/13/1989 C 1 P N C47 

H 2 8/13/1989 B 1 P N K65 

CHH 1 6/17/1989 A 1 N C62 

H 2 7/18/1989 B 1 P N 650 

H 2 6/19/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 10/03/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 10/19/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 10/27/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 8/23/1989 C 2 N 

H 2 9/08/1989 B 1 N S22 

H 2 9/08/1989 C 1 N D85 

S 2 9/08/1989 A 9 N H65 



H 2 7/17/1989 A 9 N 



S 2 6/08/1989 A 1 N H65 
S 2 10/07/1989 C 1 N H65 



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COUNTY DELAYS LIBRARY WORK 
COMMISSION HEARS OPTIONS ON LIBRARY 

GADDIS, STEVE 

OLD/NEW DURHAM; HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY WILL HONOR PROJECTS. 

GADDY, CHARLIE 

CHARLIE GADDY! WRAL-TV NEWS ANCHOR LIVES A CHILDHOOD DREAM 

GADDY, LINUOOD E. 

POLICE LOG/BICYCLIST ARRESTED AFTER STOLEN CHECK CASH ATTEMPT 

GADHAFI, MOAHMAR 

A MAJOR DIFFERENCE IN LIBYA 

GAEDE, WILLIAM (THE REAL ORANGE) 

NO MORE BULL— HERE'S SOME 'TRUTH' ABOUT ORANGE COUNTY 

GAGE, AMY R. 

JORDAN SENIOR PAGEANT WINNER 

GAGUN, KENNETH LEVESTER (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 
2ND MAN HELD IN STORE HEIST 

MAN ACCUSED OF ROBBING STORE ON SAME BAY H£ WAS... TO GO TO PRISON 
MAN DUE AT PRISON COMMITTED ROBBERY INSTEAD— WARRANTS 

GAINES, BEVERLY (ASSAULT VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR BATTERS SLEEPING WOMAN WITH BRICK 

GAINES. CLARENCE E. "BIGHOUSE" 

'BIGHOUSE' AWAITING MILESTONE WIN 

GALIFIANAKIS, NICK 

SOPHIA GALIFIANAKIS DIES; MOTHER OF ATTORNEY NICK 
INSIGHT/APPLYING NEW SECOND PRIMARY LAW TO PAST AND FUTURE 

GALIFIANAKIS, SOPHIA KASTRINAKIS (DECEASED) 

SOPHIA GALIFIANAKIS DIES, MOTHER OF ATTORNEY NICK 
•MAMA SOPHIA' GALIFIANAKIS, 79, DIES 

GALINKIN, TOBY (AUTO SCULPTURE) 

COFFEE CUP BEGAN CAR'S DECORi KITCHEN SINK NEXT? 

GALINSKY, MAEDA DR. 

SUPPORT GROUPS PLAY IMPORTANT ROLES 

GALLAGHER, JAMES J. DR. 

study: SOME MATH SCHOOL PUPILS NOT READY 

GALLARDO, MIGUEL ANGEL FELIX 
A KEY MEXICAN DRUG ARREST 

GALLO, ROBERT DR. 

AIDS EXPERT TO SPEAK AT ROUND TABLE ON SCIENCE 

AIDS EXPERT TO SPEAK MONDAY 

EXTRA GENES IN AIDS VIRUS PUZZLE SCIENTISTS 

GALLO, THOMAS 

MAN SAYS HE FEARED FOR PSYCHIATRIST'S LIFE 
VICTIM Of 1987 FIGHT CALLS SETTLEMENT 'FAIR* 

GALUSHA, BRYANT L. DR. 

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE HONORS SIX FOR SERVICE 

GAMBETTA, BEPPE (GUITARIST) 

ITALIAN FLATPICKER BRINGING HIS MUSIC HOME 

GAMECHE, ABELARDO 
MAGIC MOMENTS 



S 
N E E 

P D — DATE — C 

S 2 10/11/1989 B 
S 2 11/11/1989 A 



H 2 5/02/1989 B 
H 2 3/21/1989 C 
H 2 8/25/1989 C 
H 2 1/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 
H 2 2/18/1989 B 



S 2 2/14/1989 B 
S 2 9/15/1989 C 
H 2 9/16/1989 C 



H 2 8/21/1989 A 
H 2 12/17/1989 C 



S 2 2/28/193? C 
H 2 10/15/1989 D 



S 2 2/28/1989 C 
H 2 3/01/1989 C 



H 2 11/26/1989 B 

S 2 3/01/1989 A 

S 2 5/26/198? A 

H 2 4/14/1989 A 



H 2 4/04/1989 C 
H 2 4/13/1989 C 
H 2 4/18/198? B 



CHH 1 7/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/13/1989 A 



CHH 1 5/04/1989 A 
H 2 3/03/1989 D 
S 2 7/20/1989 D 



I T 
L Y 

-PG L P BYL 

1 N H65 
1 N H65 



1 P F S56 
5 P F 
5 N C47 
4 E 
4 J 
1 P N 



1 N 
1 N B53 
3 N 



13 N M51 
3 N 



1 P N B58 

2 U L40 



1 P N B58 
6 P 



1 P U N36 

6 P F S27 

1 N S92 
4 E 



12 N 
4 N 

1 P N C60 



3 N K90 
3 N H90 



SPN 

3 P F S56 

4 P R B71 



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SOME CAN'T WAIT FOR RECYCLING EXPANSION 

GANDHI, PRAN TO SPEAK ON RIGHTS ISSUES 
GANDHI RECALLS UORK WITH "UNTOUCHABLES" 

GANDHI MOHANDAS 

MARCH REKINDLES SPIRIT OF NON-VIOLENCE 

GANN, STERLING 

DURHAM PILOT DIES IN VANCE CRASH 
STUNT-FLYING PILOT KILLED IN AIRPLANE CRASH 
FUNERAL TOMORROW FOR BUSINESSMAN KILLED STUNT FLYING 

GANT, RONNIE (BASEBALL) otaii 

GANT SETS SIGHTS HIGH AS BRAVES' THIRD BASEMAN 



CHH 1 3/12/1989 A 3 P N C62 



CHH 1 11/13/1989 A 10 P N 
CHH 1 11/15/1989 A 1 N 



S 2 2/10/1989 A 6 P F S27 



H 2 6/04/1989 A 6 N 
H 2 6/05/1989 B 1 P N M51 
S 2 6/05/1989 C IPO 



S 2 3/29/1989 D 3 P N P52 



^^BRADSHER, GANTT, 'PERFECT' PITCHERS FOR TRINITY COLLEGE AT CENTURY'S,.. S 2 4/19/1989 H 3 P F F25 



GANTT, HARVEY (FORMER CHARLOTTE MAYOR) 

GANTT RECRUITS TRIANGLE BACKERS _^ 

FIVE DURHAM RESIDENTS CHOSEN FOR GANTT ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

GARCIA, ALAN (PERUVIAN) 

PERU'S ECONOMY SHAVES, HAVE-WOTS 

GARDINER, BARBARA (BIRTH FROM FROZEN EMBRYO) 
WOMAN DELIVERS TWINS FROM FROZEN EMBRYOS 

CARBINIER, GORDON 

GITHENS SOCCER SPIRIT ROLLS ON 

GARDNER, AVA __ 

THE GIRL NEXT DOOR... AVA GARDNER , 

ALL ABOUT AVA; IN BROGDEN, SHE IS REMEMBERED 

^^KnCHB^SET UP TO DEMONSTRATE COOKING FOR ENJOYMENT AND HEALTH 

GARDNER, JIM (N.C. LT. GOVERNOR) 

ELECTION DAY MARKED IMPORTANT GOP GAINS 

GARDNER WILL GET TO SPEAK AT INAUGURATION 

OFFICE SUITE ASSIGNED TO SECRETARY OF STATE 

GARDNER PROMISES BIPARTISAN EFFORT ON STATE PROBLEMS 

WISHING THEM ALL WELL _ 

GARDNER AND DEMOCRATIC SENATOR EXCHANGE ATOJSATIONS 

MARTIN PLEDGES WAR AGAINST DRUGS; JIM GARDNER BECOMES FIRST REPUBLICAN,. 

INSIGHT/'89 LEGISLATURE! NEW BALL GAME 

LET THE PETTINESS END 

SEN. ROYALL REAPPOINTED TO BUDGET COMMISSION 

GARDNER APPOINTS BUDGET COMMISSIONERS 

MOU Tfl TW ^FRTfYK BUSII'ffSS 

COALITION ENK RAMSEY REIGN AFTER 4 TERMS; N.C. SENATE VOTES TO CURB... 

GARDNER WILL SPEAK TO SIKHS ON SUNDAY 

SENATE CHANGES MAY IRK VOTERS 

GARDNER COMING TO GOP MEETING IN HILLSBOROUGH .«.««.,.,«, 

GARDNER URGES MANDATORY DRUG EDUCATION FROM KINDERGARTEN THROUGH HIGH... 

GARDNER URGES DEMS TO HOP ON GOP TRAIN 

ELON COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS ESTABLISHED TO HONOR EURE 

MEASURE REKINDLES QUESTIONS ON GARDNER'S FINANCIAL PAST 

SOME LEGISLATORS EYEING HIGHER OFFICE 

GARDNER ENDORSES SALES TAX INCREASE TO PAY FOR RAISES 

INSIGHT/JIM GARDNER MELTS ON GOV. MARTIN'S PENNY SALES TAX 

DEMOCRATS, REPUBLICANS SWITCH 

GARDNER BACKS MARTIN'S TAX INCREASE 

GARDNER SAYS TEACHERS SUPPORT CAREER LADDER PLAN 

INSIGHT/GOPt 'REAL POWER OF THE N.C. HOUSE' 

GARDNER TO JOIN MARCH, RALLY IN OXFORD TO STAMP OUT DRUGS 

RENEW DRUG FIGHT - LT. GOV. 



S 2 12/30/1989 A 1 P N Yll 
H 2 12/31/1989 B 10 N R63 



H 2 11/05/1989 D 3 P U H49 
CHH 1 3/08/1989 A 3 P N L90 
S 2 11/07/1989 D 5 P U A76 



H 


2 


5/26/1989 D 


1 P P 


H 


2 


5/26/1989 D 


8 P F S56 


H 


2 


8/28/1989 B 


1 P N C60 


H 


2 


1/01/1989 C 


15 N 


H 


2 


1/06/1989 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 


1/06/1989 A 


8 N 


H 


2 


1/06/1989 A 


10 N 


H 


2 


1/07/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/07/1989 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 A 


1 P N T33 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 D 


1 P F L40 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 D 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/10/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


S 


3 


1/10/1989 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


1/11/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/12/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/14/1989 A 


7 P I 


H 


2 


1/17/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 


1 


1/30/1989 A 


2 P N 


H 


2 


2/04/1989 B 


2 P N 


CHH 


1 


2/08/1989 A 


3 P N R63 


H 


2 


3/11/1989 C 


1 P N H60 


H 


2 


3/22/1989 B 


5 N 


H 


1 


3/28/1989 C 


1 J 


H 


1 


6/01/1989 C 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


6/04/1989 D 


2 U L40 


H 


2 


6/06/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


6/07/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


6/08/1989 A 


11 P N 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 D 


2 U L40 


H 


1 


10/19/1989 C 


1 P N T33 


cm- 


1 


10/19/1989 A 


1 N 



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TELL IT LIKE IT IS, MR. GARDNER 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER DRAWS GARDNER'S FIRE 

UNSPENT STATE PAY MONEY GOING FOR HUGO DAMAGE 

MORE THAN 200 PEOPLE JOIN MARCH IN GRANVILLE TO 'STOMP OUT DRUGS' 

LT. GOV. SAYS HE'S DISGUSTED UITH PLAN TO FREE MCCOMBS 

MARTIN, GARDNER RAP KILLER'S PAROLE 

GARDNER TELLS RALLY AT NORTHERN HIGH HE'LL TRY TO HALT MCCOMBS' RELEASE 

GARDNER TO OFFER EVIDENCE TO BLOCK PAROLE 

JUDGE! PAROLE BOARD DIDN'T UEIGH EVIDENCE 

MCCOMBS PUT ON PAROLE DESPITE GARDNER'S PLEA 

MCCOMBS PUT ON PAROLE DESPITE GARDNER'S PLEA 

LT. GOVERNOR WANTS STUDY OF 'CHILDREN OF COCAINE' 

GARDNER BACKS REPORTING DRUG-USING MOMS-TO-BE 

GARDNER, LUCY 

WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION; BUILDING CAREERS IN WHAT USED TO BE MEN'S WORLD 

GARDNER, RICHARD N. 

RTP INVENTORS FINALISTS IN NATIONAL COMPETITION 

SCIENTISTS RECEIVE INVENTORY AWARD 

TRIANGLE DISTINGUISHED INVENTORS GET MORE RESPECT NOW... A LOT MORE 

GARFUNKEL, JOSEPH DR. 

LOCAL PHYSICIAN LAUDS REPORT ON INFANT CIRCUMCISIONS 

GARIBALDI, ANTOINE M. 

SPEAKER STRESSES NEED FOR MINORITY TEACHERS 

GARLAND, JIM 

THERE'S SOMETHING 'FISHY' ABOUT MAN'S FARM 



CHH 1 10/20/1989 A 4 

H 2 10/28/1989 C 1 

H 1 11/08/1989 C 1 

H 1 11/09/1989 C 1 

S 2 11/28/1989 A 1 

S 2 11/29/1989 A 1 

H 2 12/01/1989 A 1 

S 2 12/01/1989 A 1 

S 2 12/01/1989 A 1 

H 2 12/02/1989 A 1 

H 2 12/02/1989 A 1 

S 2 12/12/1989 B 1 

H 2 12/13/1989 A 1 



E 

N L40 

P N L40 

P N T33 

N B53 

N B53 

P N S22 

P N B53 

N B53 

N S22 

N L40 

P N E33 

N K65 



H 2 3/12/1989 E 1 P F Zll 



S 2 4/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/26/1989 A 
H 2 4/30/1989 D 



CHH 1 3/13/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/04/1989 A 
S 2 7/05/1989 C 



1 P N M06 
3 N 
6 P N K65 



3 N L90 
3 N L90 
1 P F G59 



GARMON, BARBARA 

'PARENT TO PARENT' PROGRAM POPULAR 
EDUCATING PARENTS 



2 9/07/1989 A 
2 10/16/1989 C 



N B53 
P P S76 



GARNER. DAN 

THE NEXT REVOLUTION; 



ENTREPRENEURS CHANGING FACE OF NATION'S BUSINESS... CHH 1 6/01/1989 A 3 P N S17 



GARNER, FREDDIE WILLIAM JR. (MURDER VICTIM) 

DURHAM POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH OWEN STREET SHOOTING DEATH 
MAN FACES CHARGE IN FATAL SHOOTING; VICTIM IDENTIFIED 
GRAND JURY RETURNS MURDER INDICTMENT 
MURDER PLEA NETS 30 YEARS 

GARNER, MICHAEL JAMES (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/FORT BRAGG SOLDIER CHARGED WITH DWI 

GARNER, TOMMY ELBERT III (MURDER CHARGES) 

BULLETS SPRAY MAN IN GEER ST. HOUSE; THREE OTHERS HELD 
BULLETS SPRAY MAN IN GEER ST. HOUSE; THREE OTHERS HELD 
BONDS SET FOR THREE MEN IN TUESDAY'S MULTIPLE-SHOOTING DEATH 
THREE INDICTED IN MURDER CASE 

GARNER, TOMMY ELBERT JR. (MURDER CHARGES) 

BULLETS SPRAY MAN IN GEER ST. HOUSE; THREE OTHERS HELD 
BULLETS SPRAY MAN IN GEER ST. HOUSE; THREE OTHERS HELD 
BONDS SET FDR THREE MEN IN TUESDAY'S MULTIFLE-SHOOTING DEATH 
THREE INDICTED IN MURDER CASE 

GARNER, VERNON DALE (MURDER SUSPECT) 

GRAHAM WOMAN DIES OF SHOTGUN BLAST 

GARNETT, MICKEY LENNOR (ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT) 
MAN CHARGED IN HEIST AT DRY CLEANER 
LAUNDRY HOLD-UP ARREST 



S 2 3/27/1989 A 

H 2 3/28/1989 D 

H 2 4/18/1989 B 

H 2 10/17/1989 C 



CHH 1 6/04/1989 A 



H 2 7/12/1989 C 

H 2 7/12/1989 C 

H 2 7/14/1989 C 

H 2 8/08/1989 C 



H 2 7/12/1989 C 

H 2 7/12/1989 C 

H 2 7/14/1987 C 

H 2 8/08/1989 C 



1 N B53 

4 N 

14 N 

1 N 



1 N M51 

1 N S82 

3 N 

3 N 



1 N M51 

1 N S82 

3 N 

3 N 



H 2 4/16/1989 B 3 



2 6/29/1989 C 
2 6/30/1989 C 



N B53 
N 



GARR, KAREN 

TEACHERS' GROUP SPURNS MARTIN'S LADDER PAY PLAN 
MARTIN REBUFFS INVITATION TO TEACHERS' 'THANK-YOU' 



RALLY 



H 2 1/23/1989 B 1 N 
H 2 6/16/1989 A 1 N 



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COtftiUNISM NEAR COLLAPSE 

GARRETT, DONNELL T. (DRUG CHARGES) 

MAN'S ARREST MARKS CLOSE OF DRUG STING 

ARRESTS INVOLVE $300 MILLION IN COCAINE 

POLICE ARREST 'MAJOR PLAYERS' IN DURHAM DRUG SALES 
DURHAM WOMAN DIES TESTIFYING IN COURT 

GARRETT, GEORGE RICHARD (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/NEW YEAR'S DAY BRINGS 3 CHARGES OF DRUNKEN DRIVING 

GARRETT, NATHAN 

ACCOUNTANT NATHAN GARRETT APPOINTED TO STATE BOARD 

6ARRE STUDY CITES CHILD CARE NEEDS (CORRECTION PRINTED 1-11-89) 
CORRECTIONS 

^^^DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOST BID 

GARRETT, TONY ALPHONZO (DRUG CHARGES) 

ARRESTS INVOLVE $300 MILLION IN COCAINE 

POLICE ARREST 'MAJOR PLAYERS' IN DURHAM DRUG SALES 

GARRETT, WANDA (N.C. PAROLE COW.) 

CONVICTED MURDERER MAY LEAVE JAIL SATURDAY 
GULLEY, ROYAL OPPOSE RELEASE 
MCCOMBS CALLED VALUED WORKER 
MOST PRISONERS GET EARLY PAROLE 

GARRISON, HAROLD (VISIONARY ARTIST) tmrmi 

HAND & SHADOW; PORTRAITS OF VISIONARY FOLK ARTISTS 

GASSWINT, KAREN KAY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE WOMAN WITH DWI 

GATES, HENRY LOUIS JR. 

DUKE GETS BLACK IVY LEAGUE PROFS 

DUKE HIRES TWO BLACK PROFESSORS ROM CORNELL 

GATEWOOD, MAUD 

PARTY HONORS ARTIST MAUD GATEWOOD 
EXPRESSIONISM FILLS GATEWOOD'S WORKS 

GATTIS, EDDIE ARNOLD (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/PITTSBORO MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

^ nl JOHN ) HENRY GATTIS SOUNDS SWEET NOTES/THE DURHAM SUN 100 YEARS 

GAUDETTE, GERALD LEON (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/THREE CHARGED IN DWI CASES 

GAVENTA, BEVERLY ROBERTS DR. 

LECTURES SCHEDULED AT DIVINITY SCHOOL 

GAVIN, DENNIS (SKYLIGHT EXCHANGE) 

A PUBLISHING GAMBLE THAT PAID OFF 

GAZE, ANDREW 

PIRATES, WOLVERINES CHASE TITLE 

CATCH ANIMAL TRAINER IN GREENSBORO BEFORE HE QUITS THE CIRCUS 

GEER, CHARLIE JUNIOR (RAPE SUSPECT) 
JUVENILE RAPED ON ROSEMARY 
MAN GETS 10 YEARS ON RAPE CHARGES 

GEER, EARL (TRESPASSING CHARGES) 



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H 2 1/11/1989 A 4 L 



CHH 1 4/29/1989 A 

S 2 6/07/1989 A 

H 2 6/08/1989 A 

H 2 7/23/1989 B 



CHH 1 1/02/1989 A 
H 2 7/09/1989 D 



CHH 1 1/10/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 



3 N M25 
1 P N B53 
1 N M51 
3 N 



3 N 
7 N 



3 P N S17 
2 N 



S 2 2/08/1989 A 1 N M06 



S 2 6/07/1989 A 
H 2 6/08/1989 A 



S 2 11/30/1989 A 

S 2 11/30/1989 A 

S 2 11/30/1989 A 

S 2 11/30/1989 A 



S 2 4/13/1989 D 
CHH 1 6/06/1989 A 



S 2 8/17/1989 A 
H 2 8/18/1989 A 



H 2 4/25/1989 A 
H 2 5/07/1989 E 



CHH 1 3/12/1989 A 

S 2 3/15/1989 B 

CHH 1 4/12/1989 A 

H 2 4/12/1989 D 

CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 

H 2 4/03/1989 B 

H 2 1/09/1989 A 



1 P N B53 
1 N M51 



1 P N B53 

1 N E33 

1 N 

1 N B53 



1 P P 
11 N 



1 N 

16 N 



6 P U W15 
9 P R 668 



3 N 

1 P F S27 
5 N 

10 N 

5 P N B64 

2 P N C52 

6 P U W66 



CHH 1 5/19/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/15/1989 A 



1 N M70 
1 N H90 



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CI* 1 7/04/1989 A 5 N 
H 2 6/24/1989 C 1 P N S82 
S 2 4/27/1989 D 4 P N G59 



POLICE LOG/RESTAURANT BURGLARIES INVESTIGATED 

GEER, MARTHA 

DURHAM LAWYER AMONG THREE BATTLING FOR DEATH-ROW RIGHTS 

GEISSLER, CHRISTINE N, 

ARTICLES; EDGERTON GETS GUGGENHEIM 

GENDRON, GEORGE 

THE NEXT REVOLUTION; ENTREPRENEURS CHANGING FACE OF NATION'S BUSINESS... CHH 1 6/01/1989 A 3 P N S17 

GENTRY, GREGORY LEE 

SCHOOL BOARD HIRES NEW FOOTBALL COACH 
GENTRY AIMS TO PULL ORANGE FROM PITS 
GENTRY REBUILDS AT OHS 



CHH 1 6/30/1989 A 
H 2 8/31/1989 D 
S 2 9/27/1989 D 



3 N 
3 P N B40 
3 P N A76 



GENTRY, JANICE (FLIMFLAM VICTIM) 
FLIMFLAM COSTS WOMAN $3,000 



H 2 6/29/1989 C 4 N 



GENTRY, JERRY 

THEY'RE OUT THERE! PROMISES OF SPRING/JERRY GENTRY 

JERRY GENTRY/WHAT JASCHA, MIRE, I HAVE IN COMMON 

JERRY GENTRY/ALASKANS ARE TOO TOUGH FOR AN ABERRANT FREEZE 

JERRY GENTRY/BEING COURAGEOUS ISN'T ALWAYS EASY 

JERRY GENTRY/PARDON ME, CRITICS, BUT I THINK IT'S DANDY 

HERALD WRITERS RECEIVE AWARDS 

EAST END ENERGY 

JERRY GENTRY/THE TERRIFIC KIDS AT EAST END SCHOOL 

THEY'RE TOO DRESSY FOR GRAYING SET 

TOO MUCH VALUE PUT ON DIPLOMAS 

THIS WRITER EARNED APPLAUSE 

THE MIRACLE IS RENEWABLE 

GENTRY WEDS GAMBILL 

IT'S STILL AN UNPOLISHED PULPIT 

THEY'RE NOT ALL GREEDY/MANY HARD-UORKING STUDENTS EXCEPTIONS TO THE RULE H 

LIFE DOESN'T HAVE TO BE MISERABLE 

GENTRY, WILLIE (FIRE VICTIM) 

FIRE CLAIMS LIFE OF PERSON WOMAN 
FIRE KILLS WOMAN IN PERSON COUNTY 

GEORGE. LINDA DR. (GERONTOLOGIST) 

TAKING CARE OF RELATIVES CAN EXACT A HEAVY TOLL 
HEALTH CARE COSTS TARNISH THE 'GOLDEN YEARS' 

GEORGE, MICHAEL DONNELL (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

SUSPECTS SNARED AFTER 7-HOUR CHASE (CORRECTED 2-5-89) 

POLICE HOLD 3 IN PAWN SHOP THEFTS (CORRECTED 2-6-89) 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTIONS 

POLICE AGAIN RE-IDENTIFY PAWN SHOP THEFT SUSPECT 

SUSPECT'S IDENTITY CONFIRMED 

GEPHARDT, RICHARD D. (D-MO.) 

GEPHARDT PRAISES TELECOM; MISSOURI CONGRESSMAN VISITS DURHAM PLANT 
FORMER PRESIDENTIAL CONTENDER ENROLLS SON IN DUKE 

GEPHART, GREG 

CAVALIERS EYE FIELD HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP 

GEREFFI, PELA 

BASS URGED TO LEAVE 

PARENT: SCHOOL BOARD CHIEF SHOULD RESIGN 

THIS IS NO TARRING OFFENSE 

6ERGEN, DAVID 

PEROT TO OPEN CONFERENCE IN CHAPEL HILL 
SOCIAL ONUS ON BUSINESS— GERGEN 
SOVIET STATUS THREATENED, EDITOR SAYS 



H 


2 


1/07/1989 A 


4 U G33 


H 


2 


1/29/1989 D 


5 U G33 


H 


2 


2/04/1989 A 


4 U G33 


H 


2 


2/25/1989 A 


4 U G33 


H 


2 


2/28/1989 A 


4 U G33 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


3/25/1989 A 


3 P P T37 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 A 


4 U 


H 


2 


6/27/1989 A 


4 U G33 


H 


9 


7/30/1989 D 


5 U G33 


H 


2 


8/19/1989 A 


4 U G33 


H 


2 


8/25/1989 A 


4 U G33 


S 


2 


8/28/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


9/30/1989 A 


4 U G33 


H 


2 


11/24/1989 A 


4 J 


H 


2 


12/17/1989 D 


5 U G33 


S 


5 


5/22/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 


n 

£ 


5/23/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


11/27/1989 A 


6 P G S56 


H 


2 


11/28/1989 A 


6 P G S56 


CHH 


1 


2/04/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 


2/04/1989 A 


1 P N T37 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 B 


1 N 


CHH 1 


2/06/1989 A 


1 N 


S 


2 


2/06/1989 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 C 


1 N M51 


CHH 


1 


2/08/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/15/1989 A 


10 P N K65 


H 


2 


8/26/1989 C 


1 P N S69 



S 2 9/20/1989 D 2 P N A76 



H 2 10/10/1989 A 1 N C47 
S 2 10/10/1989 C 1 N E33 
H 2 10/13/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 11/15/1989 C 
CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 



5 P N 
1 P N S17 
1 N S17 



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GERMAN, SHARON (VOLLEYBALL) „ m m 

LICENSF TO KILL/UNC'S GERMAN SPIKES IT TO »EM 
UN^SGERMAN 'KILLS' DEVILS, HEELS TAKE ACC CHAMPIONSHIP 

GERMI wiDG£ t ^LAYERS ENGAGE IN INTELLECTUAL COMBAT/THE SUN 100 YEARS 
GETTING READY FOR NO, 43 
50-YEAR VETS 

RFROU JAMES 

BURLINGTON MAYOR NAMED TO PANEL , WORKER GETS TOP EMPLOYEE AWARD 
POLITICAL ACTIVITY LIGHT SO FAR FOR ALAMANCE MUNICIPAL OFFICES 
BURLINGTON MAYOR AND TWO COUNCILMEN RUNNING UNOPPOSED 

pttct r GARY 

DUKE ENGINEERING SCHOOL HONORS THREE WITH ALUMNI AWARDS 

GERSTNER, LOUIS V. (RJR NABISCO) 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CHIEF TO HEAD RJR 

^^iMMIG^nO^LAWS CAN BE TRYING, LAWYER SAYS 

GESSELL, GERHARD 

JUDGE'S RULE FORCES STAND IN NORTH CASE 

GETTES, SUSAN JENNIFER (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) ArpTrnjT 
MISS SUSAN JENNIFER GETTES DIES AFTER FLA. AUTO ACCIDENT 

GETTS, BOBBY DOYLE (SHOOTING SUSPECT) -^=- _ ^ tvi 
TEXAS MAN GETS 10-YEAR, SUSPENDED TERM IN SHOOTING OF KIN 

GHANAYEM, BURHAN DR. 

THE HUMILIATION OF GOING HOME 

GHANDHI, RAJIV . 

INDIA'S RULING PARTY REJECTED 

GHIRARDELLI, GINNY 

THE RAVIOLI PERSPECTIVE 

MUSEUM BOARD NAMES NEW PRESIDENT 

GHIRARDELLI, ROBERT G. DR. 

TIME RUNNING OUT FOR COUNTY TO OK BUDGET 
WHAT SHAPED AN ALL-BLACK HILLSIDE HIGH? 

GIAMATTI, A. BART 

GIAMATTI SHOWED GRACE UNDER GREAT PRESSURE 
THE BRIEF SEASON OF GIAMATTI 

GIARRATANO, JOSEPH (DEATH ROW INMATE) 

DURHAM LAWYER AMONG THREE BATTLING FOR DEATH-ROW RIGHTS 

GIBBONS, KAYE (WRITER) „_ Ml __ __„ 

WOMEN WRITERS IN SPOTLIGHT THESE LATE WINTER MONTHS 
POEMS ARE ^TORIES SUNG TO PEOPLE,' PROSE HAS MORE TO BO WITH COURAGE 
AUTHOR GIBBONS TO GIVE READINGS 

GIBBS, JAMES (MINER) 

STRIKING VA. MINER DENIES VIOLENCE USED 

GIBSON, ELIZABETH 

UNC TO RECONSIDER TENURE POLICIES 

GI ^»JSHNELL? , gS''fILE FOR CITY SCHOOL BOARD SEATS/MORE COURSE OPTIONS. 
CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO SCHOOL BOARD! VOTE FOR THREE 
PARRISH, BUSHNELL BACK IN; BREEIEN TAKES THIRD SEAT 

GIBSON, KEITH LAMONT (BURGLARY CHARGE) 



H 2 11/09/1989 B 
H 2 11/21/1989 B 



S 2 2/21/1989 A 
S 2 4/05/1989 D 
S 2 5/04/1989 B 



H 1 6/09/1989 C 
H 1 7/21/1989 C 
H 1 8/05/1989 B 



H 2 4/01/1989 C 

H 2 3/14/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/27/1989 A 

S 2 1/17/1989 A 

H 2 2/26/1989 B 

H 2 7/13/1989 A 

H 2 12/10/1989 D 

H 2 11/30/1989 A 



H 2 2/21/1989 A 
H 2 5/27/1989 C 



S 2 6/28/1989 B 
H 2 10/27/1989 A 



S 2 9/05/1989 A 
H 2 9/07/1989 A 



1 P N 

2 N 



6 P F G59 
3 P P T32 
2 P P K30 



1 N H60 
1 N H60 
1 N H60 



14 P N 
8 P N 

1 N C62 
4 E 

2 

11 N S82 
1 P N 
4 E 



4 L 
3 N 



1 P N H65 
1 N C47 



4 E 

4 E 



H 2 6/24/1989 C 1 P N S82 



H 2 2/26/1989 D 
H 2 3/05/1989 D 
CHH 1 10/14/1989 A 


3 U H45 
3 P U H45 
3 N 


H 2 7/28/1989 C 


1 P N S22 


CHH 1 7/28/1989 A 


3 N S17 


,. CHH 1 7/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/05/1989 A 
H 3 il/08/1989 A 


3 N C62 

8 P N 

9 P N C62 



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POLICE LOG/OFFICERS SAY BURGLAR CAUGHT LEAVING HOUSE BY WINDOW 

GIBSON, RICHARD (DRUG CHARGES) 

ABC OFFICERS ARREST MAN, 23, ON DRUG CHARGES 

GIBSON, STEWART JAMES (WEAPON/DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/FIVE MEN ARE PEPPERED WITH SHOT WHILE SITTING ON A WALL 

GIBSON, WILLIAM P. DR. (NAACP) 

GIBSON! NOBODY GOING TO SAVE US BUT US 

GIDUZ, ROLAND 

'TICKET' TAX WOULD FULFILL WORTHY PURPOSE 

CHAPEL HILL ROTARY CHAPTERS WELCOME WOMEN INTON FOLD 

GIL, FEDERICO G. DR. 

UNC PROF CREATES VISITING PROFESSORSHIP 

GILBERT, MARIE 

TAR HEEL WRITERS TURNING OUT QUANTITIES OF GOOD MATERIAL 

GILBERT, MARK G. 

A COMMUNITY HELPS ITS AGING 

GILBERT, MARK GREGORY (INDECENT EXPOSURE) 
POLICE LOG/INDECENT EXPOSURE CHARGED 

GILBERT)- ROLFE, JEREMY 

UNC VISITING ARTIST TO DISCUSS HIS WORK 

GILCHRIST, CHARLES DR. 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

GILDEMEISTER, MARISA (TENNIS) 

TENNIS TOURNEY SEES TEEN-Y UPSET 

GILES, DAN DURWOOD (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/RESTAURANT WORKER STRUCK WITH CLUB 

GILES, DEBORAH (DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS* ADVISORY BOARD) 
GROUP WANTS AGGRESSIVE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT 

GILL, CHIP (FOOTBALL) 

SPARTANS GET NOD IN 'NEW' TRIANGLE CONFERENCE 
DOUBLE VISION! GILL SEES ANOTHER MCGEORGE 
IT'S 3-A REMATCH TIME FOR SOUTHERN, TARBORO 

GILL, LOUIS CRAIG 

GILL RESIGNS POST AS FOOTSALL COACH 

GILL, NAVDEEP S. 

COUNCIL PANEL HEARS PLAN FOR SOLID WASTE FUNDS 
BILL WOULD PROVIDE SOLID-UASTE LOANS 

GILLESKIE, ALEX 

CITY HELPERS LED THE WAY IN S.C. WORK 

GILLESPIE, DAVID E. 

N.C. HALLS OF FAME TO INDUCT H.C. CRANFORD OF DURHAM, 8 OTHERS 
NINE TO RECEIVE HALLS Of FAME HONORS 
6 JOURNALISTS INDUCTED INTO N.C. SHRINE 

GILLESPIE, DIZZY 

'GODFATHER OF JAZZ' IS SCHEDULED TO PERFORM.., AT ELON COLLEGE FINE ARTS 

DIZZY PLAYS FOR JAZZY BENEFIT 

STARS OF JAZZ IN DURHAM FOR MONK INSTITUTE BENEFIT 

LEGENDS MAKE HOT SOUNDS FOR COOL CASH 

GILLEY, MICKEY 

TWO ARTISTS' WORKS TO HELP HOMELESS/TUESDAY TALK 



S 

N E E 

P D — DATE — C 

H 2 10/17/1989 C 

H 2 1/01/1989 C 

H 2 8/27/1989 C 

H 2 11/19/1989 B 



CHH 1 1/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/17/1989 A 



CHH 1 5/09/1989 A 

H 2 5/14/1989 D 

H 2 5/10/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/25/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/10/1989 A 

H 2 3/01/1989 A 

S 2 11/07/1989 D 

H 2 8/03/1989 B 

S 2 1/25/1989 C 



S 2 8/23/1989 D 
H 2 8/31/1989 D 
H 2 11/09/1989 B 



CHH 1 6/15/1989 A 3 N 



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3 N M51 

3 N 
7 N M51 
1 P N M51 



4 L 
3 N 



3 


U H45 


4 


E 


6 


N 


3 


N 


2 


N 


4 P N M06 


9 


N M51 


1 


N S92 


10 F A76 
3 P U B40 
3 P N W55 



H 2 3/24/1989 C 
S 2 3/24/1989 A 



1 N S69 
1 N H70 



S 2 10/26/1989 A 1 P N C61 



S 2 3/16/1989 C 
CHH 1 3/17/1989 A 
H 2 4/10/1989 B 



H 1 2/17/1989 C 

S 2 4/20/1989 D 

H 2 4/21/1989 D 

S 2 4/24/1989 A 



1 P N 
5 P N 
1 N H90 



1 P N 
3 P N 
6 P N 
1 P N B71 



H 2 3/07/1989 A 6 P U W15 



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GILLIS, MALCOLM _, 

DUKE DEAN A FINALIST FOR FLA. POST 
DUKE DEAN DROPS BID FOR FLA. JOB 

GILLIS, RICHARD (U.S. AIR FORCE) __ mimAi 
SPENDING CUTS WOULD HURT U.S. DEFENSE - GENERAL 

GILLMAN, JAMES (BREAKING AND ENTERING SUSPECT) 

POLICECHARGE MEN WITH BREAKING INTO NEWSPAPER RACK 

GILMORE, EXTER GARFIELD III .___ 
DURHAM CADET PARTICIPATES IN WEEKEND 

GILMORE, JOHN (OPERA SINGER) >im „ 

SCHWEITZER AWARD WINNERS TO BE HONORED 

GI 8 N.C. CONGRESSMEN HAVE CAMPAIGN MONEY LEFT 

GILMO GILMORE T GIFT ENDOWS GEOGRAPHY PROFESSORSHIP AND TRAVEL FUND 

GILPIN, ALEX (AUTISTIC) 

LIVING IN A NORMAL WORLD/SUNDAY FOCUS! AUTISM 

GILSTRAP, ALLEN mms 

DUKE SCIENTISTS DEVELOP FISH FOOD 

GINB wfe C MI«BRDS'sCHOOL HONORS THREE WITH ALUMNI AWARDS 

6INGR DUKE'MCTORS STUDYING EFFECTS OF COCAINE ON PREGNANT MOTHERS 

GINGR 'WINI)OW W 0F OPPORTUNITY' LANDS AREA WRITER IN POLITICAL SPOTLIGHT 

GINSBERG, ALLEN (POET) 

THERE'S A WIZARD AFTER YOUR CHILDREN 

GINSBURG, JENNIFER mmMm ^ 4n .„ ™„ 

COPING WITH THE DEBT CRUNCH (CORRECTED 10-10-89) 

"^^-STATE 8 ?^^^^!: ALLEGATIONS OF WRONGDOING 'PRETTY LUDICROUS' 

GIST, JACQUELYN M. (CARRBORO) 

GIST SEEKS CARRBORO BOARD SEAT 

HOUSING INCENTIVES PROPOSED _ 

CANDIDATES CRITICIZE P.O. FOES' LEAFLET 

SIERRA CLUB PICKS LOCAL CANDIDATES _ „„„;_.,_ 

CARRBORO MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMENiVOTE FOR ONE MAYOR AND THREE ALD. 

KINNAIRD CLUBS PORTO 

OLD CARRBORO 'S VOICE MAY BE FAILING 

NEW COUNCIL MEMBERS TO TAKE REINS 

ALDERMEN EXPECT SMOOTH TRANSITION 

GIST, JAN (VOICE COACH) ,„ m . 

THE SUBTLE ART OF BRINGING LANGUAGE TO LIFE 

GIULIANI, TEODORO 

ITALIAN ACTOR STARS IN 'MACBETH' 
L'lTALIANQ IN 'MACBETH' 

GLADIN, SUSAN 

OCIM DAY-CARE PROGRAM CELEBRATES FIRST YEAR 

GLASER, RICHARD 

LAWYER ASKS TO WITHDRAW FROM STAGER MURDER CASE 



H 2 9/14/1989 C 
H 2 10/20/1989 C 



H 2 1/31/1989 B 

S 2 1/05/1989 C 

S 2 4/12/1989 A 

H 2 3/06/1989 C 

H 2 1/21/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/26/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/26/1989 A 

H 2 6/01/1989 C 

H 2 4/01/1989 C 

S 2 8/02/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/13/1989 A 

H 2 3/27/1989 A 

CHH 1 10/09/1989 A 

H 2 1/14/1989 D 



1 N 
1 N N36 



6 N 

1 N B53 
14 N 
14 N 
18 N 

5 P N 

1 P N SI? 
3 N D80 
14 P N 

7 N 

3 P N D38 

6 U W66 
1 P G 

1 P N M14 



CHH 1 8/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/05/1989 A 
H 3 11/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/04/1989 A 



1 P N C62 
3 N C62 
1 P N C62 
1 P N H90 
9 P N 
1 N C62 
1 P N C62 
1 P N M70 
1 P N C62 



CHH 1 2/20/1989 A 3 P N L90 



S 2 6/22/1989 D 
H 2 6/23/1989 D 



CHH 1 8/18/1989 A 
H 2 2/08/1989 C 



3 P F 
9 P F D80 



3 P N H90 

4 N S82 



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GLASS, PHILIP (MUSICIAN) 

GLASS BRINGS '1000 AIRPLANES' 

PHILIP GLASS 'NOTES': MINIMAL FR FOR THE TV MASSES 

GLASSOCK, KATHERINE 

SHE'S GOT HUNDREDS OF PATIENTS/SUNDAY FOCUS! SCHOOL NURSES 

GLATTHGRN, ALAN DR. 

OFFICIAL! SCHOOLS SHOULD STRESS MORE THAN TESTS 

GLAZE, JOSEPH 

LOCKSMITH SUES CATES FOR PAYMENT 

GLAZE, WILLIAM H. 

UNC NEUS BRIEFS/ROSEN AWARD 

SLEDHILL, GEOFFREY 

TEER OFFICIALS LOOK FOR HELP FROM STUDY 

GLENN, ALSTON 

SIBLING STARS STORM CITY'S SPORTS SCENES 

GLENN ARTHUR 

SIBLING STARS STORM CITY'S SPORTS SCENES 

GLENN, BENNY LEE 

PAROLE BOARD FREES ACCUSED DEPUTY KILLER 

VICTIM'S WIDOW CRITICIZES PAROLE 

MAY PAROLEE WAS CONVICTED IN CASE WHERE DEPUTY KILLED 

LEARY DIDN'T KNOW OF GLENN'S PAROLE 

PAROLE BOARD DEFENDS ACTION OF RELEASING GLENN 

GLENN LIVING IN WAKE COUNTY 

STEF'HENS CHOSE NOT TO OPEN PAROLE HEARING 

DA WANTS PUBLIC PAROLE HEARINGS 

MARTIN URGES BOND ISSUE FOR PRISONS 

STEPHENS DEMANDS PUBLIC REVIEWS OF PAROLE FOR ALL DURHAM PRISONERS 

DA REACTED TOO LATE 

GLENN. CLARENCE (FARMER) 

MANY BLACK FARMERS PREFER PAY-AS-YOU-GO FLAN 

GLENN, JAMES RAY (DWI) 

F-OLICE LOG/SPITTING ON OFFICER CALLED DEADLY WEAPON 

GLENN, JOHN 

MAN ARRESTED FOR SLUGGING SEN. GLENN UNDER EVALUATION AT BUTNER 
FUNCHES DON'T WORK 

R.OGAU. LOUISE 

F-OLICE LOG/WRECK LEADS TO DWI CHARGE 

TAKING STOCK ; 20 YEARS LATER— THEY RECALL MUD, MUSIC, MADNESS... 

WOODSTOCK: TRAFFIC, WAVY GRAVY AMONG MEMORIES 

GLOSSON, PATRICIA A. 

BROKER, SALESMAN LOSE NORTH CAROLINA LICENSES 

GLOVER, HAYDEN WILLIAM JR. (DECEASED) 

HAYDEN WILLIAM GLOVER', 69, HENDERSON CITY COUNCILMAN 

GLUCK, ROB (CHAPEL HILL) 

EXPLOITING RESEARCH ANIMALS 

GMINSKI, MIKE (BASKETBALL) 

MIKE GMINSKI, BOBBY CREMINS, BUCKY WATERS AND MIKE KRZYZEUSKI FINISH... 

30DAIR, JOHNNY (UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH) 

REPLACING FRE-1977 SCHOOL BUSES WOULD TAKE TIME, MONEY 

GODFREY, BILLY (DRUG CHARGES) 



S 2 1/05/1989 D 
H 2 4/21/1989 D 



CHH 1 3/19/1989 A 

S 2 7/29/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/04/1989 A 

CHH 1 10/06/1989 A 

CHH 1 11/24/1989 A 

S 2 4/19/1989 H 

S 2 4/19/1989 H 



S 2 12/07/1989 A 

S 2 12/07/1989 A 

H 2 12/08/1989 C 

S 2 12/08/1989 A 

S 2 12/11/1989 A 

S 2 12/12/1989 A 

H 2 12/15/1989 A 

S 2 12/15/1989 A 

H 2 12/16/198? A 

H 2 12/16/1989 A 

H 2 12/17/1989 D 



S 2 2/09/1989 A 
H 2 12/03/1989 B 



H 2 10/28/1989 C 
H 2 10/29/198? D 



CHH 1 6/24/1989 A 
S 2 8/10/198? D 
S 2 8/10/1989 D 



H 2 6/11/198? F 

H 2 9/11/1989 B 

H 2 1/10/1989 A 

S 2 5/22/1989 D 

H 2 3/31/1989 C 



3 P N 
11 P R L59 



1 P N L90 
1 N S92 
3 N 

12 P N 
1 P N M20 
9 F F25 
9 F F25 



1 N B53 

1 N B53 

1 N 

1 N B53 

1 N B53 

1 N B53 

1 P N S32 

1 N B53 

1 N 

1 N S82 

4 E 



1 P N H65 
1 N M51 



1 N T33 
4 E 



7 N 
1 P P S73 
6 P F G59 



1 N 
5 
4 L 
1 P P 132 

1 N A54 



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AGENTS TO PRESS WEAPONS CHARGES 

GODLEY, TIM (BICYCLE ASSAULT) 

GROUP SEEKS SUSPECT IN BOTTLE THROWING 
HARASSMENT OF CYCLISTS IS NO JOKE 

GODOWITCH, MARY MARTIN 

ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS FOUND GUILTY OF TRESPASSING 

GODSCHALK, DAVID (CHAPEL HILL) 

GODSCHALK WON'T SEEK SECOND COUNCIL TERM 
GODSCHALK BACKS RIMER FOR COUNCIL 
COUNCIL URGED TO REJECT DISTRICT 
NEW COUNCIL MEMBERS TO TAKE REINS 
ALDERMEN EXPECT SMOOTH TRANSITION 
GOOD BYE AND GOOD LUCK 

GOFF, RAY (FOOTBALL COACH) 

THREE'S THE CHARM AS GOFF ACCEPTS GA. POST 

GOFF, RUSSELL W. 
IOG HONORS TWO 

GOFORTH, J. P. 

GROUP SUING GOFORTH 

GOFORTH, PAUL B. 

HERITAGE SQUARE RENT MAY BE TAKEN FOR TAXES 
PAYMENT DEADLINE NEAR FOR DURHAM TAXPAYERS 

GOLD, ARNOLD 

TASK FORCE STILL 'HOPING FOR A BREAK' 

GOLD, GORDON „ 

GOLD'S FINGER ON CHILD'S TOY PULSE BEAT 

GOLDBERG, MATTIE (CENTENARIAN) 

DURHAM IS HOSPITABLE HOME TO LONG-LIVED CITIZENS 

GOLDBERG, WHOOPI _ 

COMIC VISITS N.C. TO DECRY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

GOLDBERGER, MARVIN (PRINCETON UNIV.) 
HIS CHAGRIN SAVES US MONEY 

GOLDEN, ROBERT DR. 

FIGHTING DEPRESSION 

GOLDSTON, WARREN (DRUG CHARGES) 
3 CHARGED WITH DRUG CRIMES 

GOLENBOCK, PETER 

FORTHCOMING BOOK ACCUSES VALVANO OF CORRUPTION 

ANGRY VALVANO SAYS CHARGES BIZARRE, FALSE 

DRUG CONSULTANT; N.C. STATE TESTING PROGRAM CLEAN 

UNIVERSITY READY TO SUE TO HALT PERSONAL FOULS 

PERSONAL FOULS APPARENTLY WILL RECEIVE NEW BREATH OF LIFE 

PERSONAL FOULS GETS SEPTEMBER RELEASE 

PERSONAL FOULS HITS THE STANDS 

PERSONAL FOULS FALLOUT: A DENIAL AND ERRORS GALORE 

GOLENBOCK'S MIXTURE OF FACT, FICTION ENTERTAINING BUT FLAWED 

GOLENBOCK DEFENDS PERSONAL FOULS 

•PERSONAL FOULS' IS A HATCHET JOB 

HOW GOLENBOCK'S BOOK FOULS OUT... 

GOLENBOCK RECEIVED THREAT OVER PUBLICATION OF BOOK 

N.C. STATE ALLEGATIONS MUST BE KEPT SEPARATE 

DON'T SINGLE OUT NCSU; INVESTIGATE ALL UNC SCHOOLS 

'PERSONAL FOULS' SERVED PURPOSE, OBSERVERS AGREE 

PETE i THE BOYS FOUL OUT, AGAIN 

MAN BEHIND SCENE/DURHAM NATIVE SPARKED PlttJBE OF NCSU 



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N E 
P D 


S I T 
E L Y 
— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 


1/10/1989 A 3 N R63 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


8/25/1989 A 3 N 
8/26/1989 A 5 U 



CHH 1 4/13/1989 A 3 N R63 



CHH 1 7/19/1989 
CHH 1 11/04/1989 
CHH 1 11/22/1989 
CHH 1 12/04/1989 
12/04/1989 
12/05/1989 



CHH 
CHH 



P N M70 
P N M70 
P N M70 
P N M70 
P N C62 
E 



H 2 1/03/1989 D 1 P N 
CHH 1 6/06/1989 A 15 N 
CHH 1 6/16/1989 A 3 N H90 



S 2 2/08/1989 A 1 P N H70 
S 1 12/28/1989 B 1 P N H65 



CHH 1 7/17/1989 A 1 N M70 

H 2 7/23/1989 B 1 P N Bll 

S 2 4/19/1989 B 1 F S27 

H 2 3/21/1989 C 4 P N 

H 2 12/30/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 6/06/1989 A 5 P N S17 

H 2 8/01/1989 B 6 N 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 2 

S 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



1/07/1989 D 
1/08/1989 B 
1/12/1989 D 
1/14/1989 D 
5/17/1989 D 
5/19/1989 B 
7/29/1989 D 
7/30/1989 B 
7/30/1989 B 
7/31/1989 B 
7/31/1989 D 
7/31/1989 D 
8/01/1989 B 
8/04/1989 A 
8/18/1989 A 
9/04/1989 A 
10/31/1989 B 
12/14/1989 C 



3 
4 

4 

16 

1 

1 



N 

N C52 
N 

N S17 
N 
N 
N 

N M88 
U M88 
N 

U F25 
N F25 
N 
E 
U 
N 

U M88 
Q M88 



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GOLI, VERAINDA DR. 

EXPERIMENTAL DRUG OFFERS hCLP FOR COMPULSIONS 

GOMES, FERNANDO 

RESHAPING A LIFE; UNC DOCTORS GIVE TEEN-AGER A NEW FACE 

GONTERWITZ, FRANK MARTIN (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/CARRBORO NAN FACING DUI CHARGE 

GONZALES, MARTIN (DWI/STOLEN VEHICLE CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/FIVE MEN ARE PEPPERED WITH SHOT WHILE SITTING ON A WALL 

GONZALEZ, ARTEMIO (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CARRBORO MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

GOOCH, HUBERT L. (OXFORD) 

DEMOCRATS FILE FOR FIVE SEATS ON BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

GOOCH, KENNETH EARL (DRUG CHARGE) 

TWO DURHAM RESIDENTS CHARGED FOLLOWING RAID 

GOOCH, KENNETH RAYE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOO/OTHER DWI CHARGES FILED 

GOOCH, MARGARET PARHAM 

DEMOCRATS FILE FOR FIVE SEATS ON BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

GOOCH, ROBIN DENISE (DRUG CHARGE) 

TWO DURHAM RESIDENT5 CHARGED FOLLOWING RAID 

GOOD, FRED (CARRBORO) 

FIRE GUTS HERITAGE HILLS HOME 

GOOD, PERRY (CARRBORO) 

FIRE GUTS HERITAGE HILLS HOME 

GOODER, HARRY (MICROBIOLOGIST) 

REPORT: UNC PAY STILL LAGGING 

BUDGET DISCUSSIONS SHOULD HAVE INCLUDED FACULTY, GOODER SAYS 

UNC FACULTY OBJECTS TO FORCED DRUG TESTS 

GOODING, MARION F. DR. 

HARD WORK HELPS SAVE NCCU NURSING SCHOOL 

CORRECTION 

DR. GOODING TO SPEAK AT NCCU PINNING EVENT 

REVAMPED CURRICULUM WORKING, SAYS NCOJ NURSING DE?T. CHAIRMAN 

GOODMAN, ANDREW (CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT) 

SERVICE TO HONOR CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS 
CIVIL RIGHTS VETERANS TO GATHER AT NCCU 
FARMER! REDOUBLE EFFORTS to fight racism 

GOODMAN, MARY (PITTSBORO, N.C.) 

PITTSBORO'S MAYOR BOWS OUT OF RACE 

CANDIDATES IN PITTSBORO RACES RUNNING UNOPPOSED 

GOODMAN, MARY T. 

REECE EXPECTS SENATE VICTORY 

GOODMAN, ROBERT (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED IN ARMED ROBBERY OF FAST FARE 

GOODMON, JAMES F. 

TRIANGLE J PUMPED UP FOR ATHLETES 

BULLS OR NOT, REGIONAL COMPLEX FOR SFflRTS REMAINS 'ON TRACK' 

GOODWILLIE, JEAN 

THEY'RE NOT HORSING AROUND; LOCAL RESIDENTS WANT TO ORGANIZE... HORSE.. 



H 2 9/17/1989 B 
CHH 1 8/C6/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/19/1989 A 
H 2 8/27/1989 C 
CHH 1 9/18/1989 A 
H 2 2/24/1989 C 
H 2 12/28/1989 B 
CHH 1 6/24/1989 A 
H 2 2/24/1989 C 
H 2 12/28/1989 B 
CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 



S 2 1/31/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/21/1989 A 

H 2 5/12/1989 C 

H 2 9/C9/1989 C 



H 2 6/09/1989 A 
H 2 6/17/1989 C 
H 2 6/13/1989 B 



CHH 1 7/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/06/1989 A 



CHH 1 12/21/1989 A 
H 2 9/25/1989 B 



H 2 9/29/1989 A 
H 2 11/18/1989 C 



12 N C60 

3 P N S17 

2 N 

7 N M51 

3 N 

1 N T33 

3 N 

7 N 

1 N T33 

3 N 

1 P N C62 

1 P N C62 



3 P N S17 
1 P N L90 
1 P N S17 



4 E 

2 N 

16 N 

1 N 



12 N 
1 N 

1 P N R63 



1 P N M25 
1 Q M25 



3 P N M25 
5 N M51 



1 N K65 
1 N K65 



CHH 1 6/26/1989 A 3 P N H90 



GOODWIN, DANNY 



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DURHAM PROJECTS PANEL MEMBER RESIGNS IN PROTEST 
AFTER 2 RESIGNATIONS PANEL RESUMES WORK 

GOODWIN, VIRGINIA ALICE FRAZIER (DECEASED) 
MRS. GOODWIN, BRAGTOUN TEACHER 

GOODWIN, WALLACE (DECEASED) _ „_„„ 
NEIGHBORHOOD WILL MISS WALLY'S CHEERY GREETING 

GORBACHEV, MIKHAIL S. _ „ , 

SOLIDARITY MAY HAVE AN ALLY IN GORBACHEV 
BUSH'S NEW CHALLENGE 

BUSH HAS THE MOMENTUM _ 

MILLIONS MAY PRAY FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM 
A CRAVING FOR TRANQUILITY 

GORBACK, MICHAEL DR. 

LAWSUIT FILED OVER CROSSING GUARD'S DEATH 

GORDON, MARK _ 

WATER SUPPLY WORRIES HILLSBOROUGH FIRE CHIEF 

GORDON, NANCY _ 

TASK FORCE TO EXAMINE LEGAL ISSUES OF AIDS 

GORHAM, RICHARD DION (HIT-AND-RUN/DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DECOMPOSED BODY IDENTIFIED AS MISSING 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL 

MONASTERY NEAR OXFORD USES PERSONAL COMPUTER TO STAY AFLOAT 
THIS NON-JOINER SUCCUMBS TO LURE OF THE CATFISH LOVERS 

enpMAij tf¥jN (PSYCHOLOGIST) 

ELEMENTARY-SCHOOL COUNSELORS CELEBRATE 20 YEARS OF SERVICE 

GOSDEN, FREEMAN 

RADIO'S 'AMOS 'N' ANDY' CHARACTERS MET IN DURHAM/THE WAY WE WERE 

GOSHAW, ALFRED DR. 

DUKE PROF. GOSHAW TO SERVE ON SUPER COLLIDER COMMITTE 

GOSS, FRANK SANFORD (DECEASED) 

NEW TRIAL ORDERED ON MURDER CHARGE 

GOSS, GENE 

HERBS & PERENNIALS LOOKING LUCRATIVE AT GOSS GREENHOUSE 

SOTLIB, LOUIS (TEACHER) 

HE'S A WINNER IN CLASSROOM 

GOUBRAN, MICHEL DR. „, 

ABORTION PROTESTER SAYS DOCTOR THREATENED HER 
DOCTOR SAID NOT GUILTY OF MENACING PROTESTER 
DOCTOR FOUND NOT GUILTY OF THREATENING PROTESTER 

GOULD, DAVID 

FLAY CHRONICLES PLIGHT OF FATIGUE SUFFERERS 

GOULD, KIM 

WHY DO WE ACCEPT THAT WOMEN MUST LIVE LIFE OF FEAR? 

GOULD, STEPHEN JAY (SCIENTIST) 

SCIENTISTS, ACTIVIST TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES __ 
HECKLERS, BALLOONS, BUBBLES/DUKE ADDS ANTICS TO SOBER EXERCISES 
DUKE GRADUATION CALMER THIS YEAR 

GOUNARAKIS, COSTAS 

DUKE SCIENTISTS DEVELOP FISH FOOD 



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H 2 9/02/1989 A 1 N R63 
H 2 9/07/1989 C 3 N R63 



H 2 4/29/1989 B 9 
H 2 7/20/1989 C 12 J H49 



S 2 8/25/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 11/04/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 11/29/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 12/04/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 12/05/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 6/09/1989 C 1 N S82 

CHH 1 9/01/1989 A 1 N H90 

H 2 5/01/1989 A 1 P N S82 

H 2 9/06/1989 C 3 P N M51 



H 2 8/13/1989 B 1 U N36 
H 2 8/20/1989 C 1 U N36 



S 2 5/01/1989 C 1 P N S92 

S 2 9/11/1989 C 1 P U 

H 2 11/07/1989 A 9 N D80 

H 1 11/10/1989 C 1 N L40 

H 2 3/19/1989 E 16 P U B56 

H 2 12/16/1989 B 1 P P L38 



S 2 2/13/1989 C 1 N 
S 2 3/31/1989 C 1 N B53 
H 2 4/01/1989 C 1 N S82 



CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 3 P N S17 
CHH 1 8/20/1989 A 4 U 



H 2 3/08/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 5/15/1989 A 1 P N N36 
S 2 5/15/1989 A 1 P N S92 



H 2 6/01/1989 C 3 N 



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RIGHTS ACT IN '64! DURHAM'S DREAM ON PAPER/THE NEW DAY - THEN 4 NOW 
DUKE WINS BOWL BERTH 



H 2 7/02/1989 A 
H 2 11/12/1989 A 

GRACE, GLENN ELLIS (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

POLICE LOG/ABOUT $3, 000 DISCOVERED MISSING AFTER I*«EN DISTRACT. ..CLERKS H 2 8/09/1989 B 

GRADY, DESHONT LAMCNT (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/DISTURBANCE CHARGE FILED 

GRADY, TERRY 

COMPASSION IS CRITICAL FOR CRITICAL-CARE NURSES 

GRAEDON, XE 

THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACIST; XE GRAEDON SUPPLIES ANSWERS TO ASSUAGE... 
MUFFIN CONTEST PROVES HEALTHY CAN BE TASTY 

GRAEHLING, MICHAEL J. (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/STUDENT CHARGED FOR DRUG POSSESSION 

GRAF, STEFFI (TENNIS) 
OUTEAMING THE MEN 



CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 
S 2 9/22/1989 B 



CHH 1 8/05/1989 A 
S 2 11/01/1989 C 



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1 P F N36 
1 P N B40 



5 N M51 

6 N 

1 P F S27 



CHH 1 9/03/1989 A 
H 2 9/16/1989 A 



GRAHAM, ARCHIBALD "MOONLIGHT" 

'FIELD OF DREAMS' BRINGS POSTHUMOUS FAME TO THE 'OTHER' GRAHAM BROTHER CHH 1 5/22/1989 A 

GRAHAM, BILLY 

EVANGELIST, 70, TOO BUSY FOR RETIREMENT 
OLD FRIEND PRAYS FOR BUSH 
HOLLYWOOD STAR 



H 1 1/20/1989 C 
H 2 1/21/1989 A 
H 2 10/17/1989 C 



GRAHAM, CAROLYN (NURSE) 

DUKE NURSE PLAYS ACTIVE ROLE IN PATIENTS' REHABILITATION PROCESS 

GRAHAM, CARRIE 

GRANDSON SKIPS TOWN; GRANDMOTHER HAS TO FORFEIT HOUSE 

GRAHAM, DOYLE G. DR. 

DUKE PATHOLOGIST UINS GRANT TO STUDY GROUP OF TOXICANTS 
DUKE EXTENDS MEDICAL ED. DEAN'S TERM 

GRAHAM, E.C.R. 

FROM BERLIN TO JERICHO 



H 2 12/13/1989 C 
H 2 12/07/1989 B 



S 2 8/02/1989 B 
H 2 10/11/1989 C 



3 P N D38 
1 P F S27 



3 N 

4 E 

3 P N 1170 



1 P N 

9 N 
1 P P 



2PND80 
1 N S82 



1 N 
10 N 



CHH 1 11/12/1989 A 4 L 



".fi'AHAM. FRANK PORTER DR. 

'FIELD OF DREAMS' BRINGS POSTHUMOUS FAME TO THE 'OTHER' GRAHAM BROTHER CHH 1 5/22/1989 A 



KEEPING TABS/GRAHAM, GREEN, QDUH ONCE UNDER FBI'S WATCH 

GRAHAM, JIM 

GETTING FIRED UP 

FARMERS URGED TO THINK TWICE BEFORE PAYING DUES TO GROUP 

GRAHAM, JOHN CARL (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE SURROUND HOUSE IN DRUG RAID, ARREST 8 

GRAHAM, JOHN E. (DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONER CANDIDATE) 
3 DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOST BID 
CAMPAIGN COSTS 3 REPUBLICANS UNDER $32,000 

GRAHAM, LYNNE 

MARTIN NAMES DURHAM MAN TO GEOLOGISTS BOARD 

GRAHAM, R. H. (ARTIST) 

R.H. GRAHAM'S PAINTINGS ARE ON DISPLAY IN THE HANES ART CENTER' 

GRAHAM, TIMOTHY A. (DRUG CHARGES) 

DRUG, TRAFFIC CHARGES FILED AFTER CHASE 
HIGH-SPEED CHASE BRINGS DRUG CHARGES 

GRAHAM, TOMMY 

MEET 1989'S HERALD-SUN GOLF KINGS 



CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 



H 2 1/08/1989 C 
H 2 2/10/1989 A 



3 P N M70 
1 P N M70 



1 P P 
11 P N 



H 2 9/14/1989 C 3 N 



S 2 2/08/1989 A 
S 2 2/09/1989 A 



1 N M06 
1 N M06 



S 2 7/28/1989 A 5 N 
CHH 1 9/11/1989 A 2 P P L38 



H 2 6/03/1989 C 
S 2 6/03/1989 B 



1 P N C47 
1 N B53 



H 2 7/03/1989 A 1 P P C45 



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GRAHAM RULES H-S PRESIDENT'S FLIGHT 

GRANGER, STEWART „ „ 

ANOTHER PRE-BROABWAY PLAY HEADED FOR DUKE 

'THE CIRCLE' COMES AROUND AGAIN 

IRONY REPLACES SHOCK VALUE IN REVIVED 'CIRCLE' 

ACTORS PREPARE TO ENTER 'THE CIRCLE' . 

'CIRCLE' ACTORS PLEASED TO BE AWAY FROM MANHATTAN GLOOM 

'THE CIRCLE". WORKING PROS IN A HOT GIG 

GRANT, AMY (AMERICAN YOUTH HOSTELS) 
RESIDENT HOPING FOR HOSTEL SITE 

GRANT, ELIZABETH UADE 

DURHAM WOMAN TO WEAR THE DEACON'S STOLE 

S * AVE BticK A OTALiTI»l LEADER SAYS HE'S OPTIMISTIC ABOUT BUSH 

GRAVES. JOHN (DRUG- CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/SLEEPING VISITOR STABBED 

GRAVES, ROXIE , • 

'SHARE' OF $30,000 COSTS WOMAN $2,000 

GRAVETTE, ROBERT LEWIS (HILLSBOROUGH) 
CONFESSED KILLER FREE ON PROBATION 
GRAVETTE CASE PROMPTS FOX TO ACT 
FOX'S PROPOSAL MAKES SENSE 
COMMITMENTS LAW PROPOSAL MAY HIT SNAG 
CONFESSED KILLER WILL HAVE DELAYED RELEASE 
MARCH PROTESTS GRAVETTE DECISION 
HOUSE PASSES AMENDMENT TO INSANITY LAW 
GRAVETTE-INSPIRED BILL PASSES N.C. HOUSE 
JUDGE ORDERS GRAVETTE JAILED 
FAMILY 'TO TAKE A STAND' 

CROWD PLEADS CASE FOR GRAVETTE _ 

TQUGJER MENTAL COMPETENCY BILL PASSES FINAL VOTE 
'GRAVETTE' LAW STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION 
GRAVETTE TO FACE NEW EVALUATION 
GRAVETTE BOND REQUEST REJECTED 

GRAY, BILL (U.S. REP., D-PA.) 
REP. GRAY TO SPEAK AT DUKE 
REP. GRAY'S ANTI-BIGOTRY ADVICE: PROVE 'EM WRONG 

GRAY, CECIL 

UNC PALS GET TOGETHER 

GRAY, JAMES (FOOTBALL) 

SPURRIER PUTS FOCUS ON BOWL GAME 

GRAY, JENI (MISSING PERSON) 

DISAPPEARANCE OF FORMER DURHAM WOMAN PROBED 

DIVERS JOIN SEARCH FOR BOONE WOMAN 

ASSAILANT'S REMARKS SPUR SEARCH FOR BOONE WOMAN 

PARKWAY AREAS SEARCHED FOR WOMAN FROM BOONE 

BODY FOUND BELIEVED THAT OF JENI GRAY 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER OF JENI GRAY 

MEMORIAL SERVICE HELD FOR SLAIN ASU WRITER 

GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN HELD IN JENI GRAY MURDER 

JUDGE SAYS MAN CAN STAND TRIAL FOR JENNI GRAY KILLING 

GRAY, JOHN D. (SANITARIAN) _ imAipr „ 

A DETECTIVE IN THE KITCHEN/SUNDAY FOCUS: GRADING THE RESTAURANTS 
'I DON'T INTEND FOR THIS TO BE A PAINFUL EXPERIENCE' 

GRAY, PRISCILLA LEE (DRUG CHARGE) 

OFFICERS DODGE BULLETS ON S. ROXBORO ST. 



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7/20/1989 C 
8/31/1989 B 
9/08/1989 D 
9/09/1989 B 
9/10/1989 E 
9/21/1989 B 



N 

N B71 
F P10 
F B71 
F S56 
R M31 



CHH 1 4/09/1989 A 3 N C62 

H 2 6/17/1989 A 7 N J40 

H 2 2/01/1989 C 2 P N K65 

H 2 12/10/1989 B 1 N M51 

S 2 5/29/1989 C 1 N M06 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CW 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



4/08/1989 
4/14/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/17/1989 
4/25/1989 
5/08/1989 
5/10/1989 
6/09/1989 
6/09/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/26/1989 
6/28/1989 
6/29/1989 
8/11/1989 
12/15/1989 



H 2 10/29/1989 B 
H 2 10/31/1989 C 



N R63 
N R63 
E 

N R63 
N R63 
N M25 
N M20 
N M20 
N M70 
N H90 
1 P N H90 
1 N M20 
4 E 
3 N H90 
1 P N H90 



3 N 
1 P N S69 



S 2 8/22/1989 B 2 P U F25 



S 2 12/27/1989 D 1 P N D18 



2 9/27/1989 B 
2 9/28/1989 C 
2 10/04/1989 A 
2 10/05/1989 C 
2 10/10/1989 B 
2 10/11/1989 C 
2 10/12/1989 C 
2 10/17/1989 C 
2 12/14/1989 A 



CHH 1 6/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/11/1989 A 



1 N B53 
4 P N 
1 N B53 
1 N 
1 N 
1 P N 
6 N 
1 P N 
3 N 



1 P N S17 
1 N S17 



S 2 11/11/1989 C 1 N B53 



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BY NAMES 



ENVIRONMENTAL PORTRAITS; FAMILIES COME INTO FRESH FOCUS 

GREAR, JOYCE 

STORYTELLER JOYCE BREAK 

GREELEY, WILLIAM DR. 

DUKE USES TEAM APPROACH IN CHILDREN'S INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT 

GREEN, ALTON GARNER (MURDER CHARGES) 
GREEN'S EXECUTION DATE IS SET 

GREEN, AW 

TWO STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS CAPTURE TOP N.C, FRIZES 

3 ON SUN STAFF WIN PRESS AWARDS 

SUN WRITERS SNAP UP PRESS CLUB CONTEST AWARDS 

GREEN, ARCHIE (FOLKLORIST) 

FOLKLORIST ADDS TO UNC COLLECTION 

GREEN, CICERO JR. 

MUTUAL IS WILLING TO TRADE LAND, BACK REDEVELOPMENT 

MARTIN RENAMES GREEN TO BOARD OF UNIVERSITY 

FIVE PEOPLE ARE ELECTED TO 3-YEAR TERMS ON DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

GREEN, DALLAS (BASEBALL MANAGER) 

PROFESSIONAL SPORTS JOBS OFTEN SHORT-LIVED 

GREEN, ELIZABETH LAY (DECEASED) 

MRS. ELIZABETH GREEN, WIDOW OF FtAYURIGHT 
ELIZABETH LAY GREEN DEAD AT 92 

GREEN, ERNEST N. (CRUELTY TO ANIMALS) 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN CAR 

GREEN, GARLAND M. (DECEASED) 

FORMER SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER DIES 

GARLAND M. GREEN, FORMER MEMBER OF DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

GREEN, JAKI SHELTON 

HEARING TO FOCUS ON RACE RELATIONS IN ORANGE COUNTY 

GREEN, JAMES (DRUG CHARGES) 

SUSPECT'S PHOTO LEADS TO ARREST 

GREEN, JAMES P. DR. 

iWTKINS' SUCCESSOR EXPECTED TO BE SELECTED TONIGHT 

GREEN PICKED TO FINISH UATKINS' HOUSE TERM 

GREEN URGES STEPS TO STEM VIOLENCE IN F-UBLIC SCHOOL 

GREEN, JEREMIAH (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN INJURED IN STRUGGLE WITH ASSAILANTS 

GREEN, JOE WILLIAM 

CREEDMOOR MEN ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

GREEN, JOHN RUFFIN (BULL DURHAM TOBACCO) 

TOBACCO LIGHTS UP N.C. POST-WAR ECONOMY 

GREEN, JONATHAN (ARTIST) 

HOME AGAIN, NATIVE SON RETURNS TO ARTISTIC ROOTS 

ART OF A LOW COUNTRY 

LIFE OF THE LOW COUNTRY, GULLAH PAINTER PRESERVES THE PASSING 

GREEN, KEN (GOLF) 

THE MASTERS! GREEN'S ANTICS CAN BE COSTLY 

GREEN VAULTS INTO TIE ATOP GGC 

ANOTHER 66 HELPS GREEN EASE AUAY FROM FIELD 

GREEN GAINS GGO REVENGE 

BUILDING ON THE GREEN GOLFING TRADITION 



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H 2 2/03/1989 D 

S 2 8/07/1989 C 

CHH 1 3/12/1989 A 



H 2 1/27/1989 C 
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CHH 1 2/25/1989 A 5 P N 



H 2 3/02/1989 A 4 L 

S 2 7/06/1989 C 1 P N 

.. H 2 12/29/1939 C 3 P N 



S 2 8/23/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 

CHH 1 


5/23/1989 C 
5/23/1989 A 


2 P 

3 N 


H 2 


8/23/1989 B 


6 


N M51 


S 2 
H 2 


4/06/1989 C 
4/07/1989 B 


6 







CHH 1 


5/30/1989 A 


3 


N S17 



H 2 7/06/1989 D 



H 1 10/12/1989 C 
H 2 10/13/1989 A 
H 1 12/02/1989 C 



1 N T33 
1 P N T33 
1 P N T33 



H 2 12/07/1989 B 1 N M51 
H 2 11/13/1989 B 6 N 
S 2 4/19/1989 F 2 P F M06 



S 2 2/23/1989 D 
H 2 2/24/1989 D 
H 2 2/24/1939 D 



H 2 4/08/1989 D 

H 2 4/22/1989 D 

H 2 4/23/1989 C 

H 2 4/24/1989 D 

H 2 4/24/1989 D 



1 P F B71 
1 P P 
3 P F Zll 



1 P U C49 

1 P N C49 

1 P N C49 

1 P N C49 

1 P U C49 



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HEARINGS AUG. 8 FOR 7 ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS 

DEMONSTRATORS FOUND GUILTY OF TRESPASSING 

ANTI-ABORTION ACTIVISTS TO APPEAL CONVICTIONS 

12 JURORS SEATED FOR TRESPASS DEFENDANTS 

JUDGE REBUFFS MOST DEFENSE TACTICS IN PROTESTERS TRIAL 

ABORTION PROTEST TRIAL ENDS IN MISTRIAL 

GREEN, OSCAR THOMAS (SHOOTING VICTIM) 
MAN WOUNDED TWICE BY GUNSHOTS 

GREEN, PAUL (CHAPEL HILL PLAYWRIGHT) 
PAUL GREEN'S FILMS ARE FOCUS 
DURHAM LAWYER SUES FBI FOR GREEN FILE ___ 
PULITZER WINNER'S GRANDSON FILES SUIT AGAINST FBI 
RHODA WYNN CREATOR OF FREEDOM FOR PAUL GREEN 
KEEPING TABS/GRAHAM, GREEN, ODUM ONCE UNDER FBI'S WATCH 

GREEN, PAUL M, 

DURHAM LAWYER SUES FBI FOR GREEN FILE 
PULITZER WINNER'S GRANDSON FILES SUIT AGAINST FBI 
COUNTY GIVES JAIL REPORT ON SPACE IMPROVEMENTS 
ART OPPOSITION SURPRISES GREEN 

GREEN, RODNEY (DRUG CHARGES) „™„ -.,„««, 

POLICE LOG/MOTEL AND RESTAURANT ROBBED; THIRD HOLDUP ATTEMPT THWARTED 

GREEN, SAMUAL GENERAL (SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGE) nmmmt 
POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH SEXUAL ASSAULT ON WOMAN VISITOR 

GREEN, VIDAL LAMONT (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/6 ARRESTED ON 25 MOSTLY DRUG CHARGES 
DURHAM POLICE CHARGE 5 IN HIGH-CRIME-AREA 'DRUG SWEEP' 

GREEN, WILLIAM "BIU" HARDING (DECEASED) 
GREEN'S GRILL OPERATOR 

GREEN, WILLIAM H, JR. 

SANFORD AIDE GREEN RETIRING 

GREENBERG, BLUE 

HERALD WRITERS RECEIVE AWARDS 

JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM IS PILGRIMAGE FOR ALL 

BATH AND BARGAINS ARE MEMORIES OF TURKEY 

GREENBERG, PAUL 

CARR MILL MALL TALKS 'NOT REAL ENCOURAGING' 
NO AGREEMENT YET ON CARR MILL MALL 

GREENE, ALEX 

U.S. GEARS UP FOR WORLD CUP 

GREENE, CLAY MICHAEL (STABBING VICTIM) 
PHYSICIAN'S ASSISTANT STABBED TWICE 

COUPLE WHO FOUGHT ODDS FOR NEW BABY ENCOURAGE OTHERS 

GREENE, GRAHAM (NOVELIST) 

GEN. NORIEGA'S NOT SO BAD? 

GREEN 1lACK FACULTY GROUP SAYS CRITICISMS LIST NOT MEANT FOR RELEASE 

GREENE, MICHAEL „ „„ 

COUPLE WHO FOUGHT ODDS FOR NEW BABY ENCOURAGE OTHERS 

GREENE, WARNER C. DR. 

DUKE SCIENTISTS FIND GENE THAT MAY BE ANTI-AIDS WEAPON 

GREENHILL, TIMOTHY (SHOOTING VICTIM) 



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1 
9 



N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
N S82 



H 2 3/08/1989 C 3 N 



S 2 3/30/1989 D 
S 2 9/02/1989 A 
H 2 9/03/1989 C 
H 2 10/29/1989 D 
CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 



S 2 9/02/1989 A 

H 2 9/03/1989 C 

S 2 10/06/1989 A 

S 2 11/08/1989 A 



H 2 9/11/1989 B 
CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 



H 2 10/12/1989 C 
S 2 10/12/1989 C 



H 2 3/07/1989 B 
H 2 11/07/1989 B 



H 2 3/19/1989 B 
H 2 6/25/1989 E 
H 2 7/02/1989 E 



CHH 1 6/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/29/1989 A 



S 2 8/09/1989 D 

H 2 3/09/1989 C 

H 2 1/26/1989 A 

H 2 12/26/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/04/1989 A 

H 2 1/26/1989 A 

H 2 10/19/1989 C 



12 N 
1 P N B53 
1 P N 
3 U H45 
1 P N M70 



1 P N B53 

1 P N 

1 N B53 

1 N E33 



6 N M51 
1 N M70 



3 N M51 
1 N B53 



8 
1 P N N36 



1 N 
1 P G 668 
1 P G G68 



1 N C62 
3 N 



3 P F 

2 N 

1 P N C60 

4 E 

1 P N S17 
1 P N C60 

3 N 









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DURHAM TEENS' DISPUTE ENDS IN SHOPPING CENTER SHOOTING 
51 NEW INDICTMENTS GIVE MAN 330 

GREENLEE, W. C. 

OFFICER: HOPKINS FAILED 1 SOBRIETY TEST 

GREENSTREET, WILLIS E. 

DURHAM MAN HONORED WITH PRESIDENTIAL AUARL 

GREER, VICTORIA (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 
CAR SLIDES ON ICE, CRASHES RAILS 

GREGORY, ART 

DUKE INDUCTS FOUR INTO HALL OF FAME 

GREGORY, JERRY 

TICK-BORNE DISEASES HAVE RESIDENTS MAKING CALLS 

GREGORY, RONALD 

ELECTIONS BOARD 

SRESHAM, ROB (LOWE'S CO. INC.) 

LOWE'S NAHES GRESHAM TO POST 

GRESICK, ED 

A SECOND CAREER IN THE MINISTRY; PATHS VEERED TOWARD DUKE 

GKESS ROBERT U 

GRESS CHOICE FOR WORLD TRADE CENTER PRESIDENT 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE TRADE CENTER RECEIVES DELEGATION FROM ANGOLA 

TRADE CENTER NEARS $1.5 MILLION SUPPORT GOAL 

GRESSMAN, EUGENE 

DUKE, UNC PROFS EXPRESS DIFFERING ABORTION VIEWS 

GRIER, ARTIE 

'MAKE WAY FOR DUCKLINGS!' 

GRIFFEY, KEN JR. (BASEBALL) 

GRIFFEY HAS A 'SWEET' SWING 

GRIFFIA, JOSEPH 

SWEARING IN; UNC CAMPUS POLICE BECOME OFFICIAL DEPARTMENT 

GRIFFIN, DOUGLAS E. 

REZONING CASE DELAYED BY QUESTIONS ABOUT OFFICIAL'S INVOLVEMENT 
COUNTY POLICY URGED ON INTEREST CONFLICTS 
PUBLIC SERVANTS NEED GUIDELINES ON CONFLICTS 

GRIFFIN, JOE 
CORRECTION 

GRIFFIN, WILLIAM L. JR. (BISHOP) 

NEW BISHOP TO SERVE DURHAM CONGREGATION 

GRIFFIS, WILLIAM "BILL" 

'AREN'T YOU HARLAN TUCKER?' 

GRIFFITH, ANDY 

MAYBERRY STILL A MYTH 

LEGISLATOR PUSHING ANDY GRIFFITH TO RUN FOR HELMS' SENATE SEAT 

GRIFFITH, BRODIE 

N.C. HALLS OF FAME TO INDUCT H.C. CRANFORD OF DURHAM, 8 OTHERS 
NINE TO RECEIVE HALLS OF FAME HONORS 
6 JOURNALISTS INDUCTED INTO N.C. SHRINE 

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM J. (DUKE UNIV.) 

BLACK STUDENTS SEEK" EDITOR'S REMOVAL 

GRIFFITHS, DAVID 



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H 2 9/19/1939 B 



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H 2 9/15/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 
H 2 4/09/1989 C 
CHH 1 6/05/1989 A 
S 2 7/20/1989 C 
H 2 12/31/1989 D 
H 2 9/04/1989 A 



H 2 8/09/1989 C 
H 2 9/24/1989 D 
H 2 12/06/1989 C 



S 2 7/04/1989 A 

S 2 4/14/1989 C 

S 2 5/09/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/26/1989 A 

H 2 2/15/1989 D 

H 2 2/16/1989 A 

S 2 2/17/1989 A 



1 P N B53 

6 N R80 
1 P N H90 

13 N 
1 N S17 
3 P P T37 

7 P N 
1 P G N36 



1 P N K65 
6 M N K65 
5 N K65 



1 N T77 
1 P P S76 
4 E 

3 P N M70 

9 N A54 
1 N A54 

4 E 



CHH 1 9/16/1989 A 3 P N 
H 2 8/05/1989 A 9 P N 
CHH 1 9/02/1989 A 3 P N H90 



S 2 3/08/198? A 
H 2 7/02/1989 B 



S 2 3/16/1989 C 
CHH 1 3/17/1989 A 
H 2 4/10/1989 B 



4 E 
6 P N L40 



1 P N 
5 P N 

1 N H90 



S 2 11/30/1989 A 11 P N 



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N E 

P D — BATE- 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



CI* 1 
CHH 1 



SOVIETS OFFER DIFFERENT INTERPRETATION OF PERESTROIKA 
CARREORO'S HISTORIC TASK FORCE 'DISGUSTED' 
CARRBORO HAY JOIN IN SISTER CITY EXCHANGE 

GRIFFITHS, MARK REESE (ARSON SUSPECT) 

TESTIMONY CONFLICTS IN THIRD ARSON TRIAL 

VERSIONS CLASH OF ROLE YOUTH PLAYED IN FIRES 

ACCUSED LOOKOUT DENIES ARSON ROLE 

DURHAM JURY MAY GET ARSON CASE TODAY 

YOUTH ACQUITTED OF TAKING PART IN BURNING HOUSE 

JURY ACQUITS TEEN IN ARSON; MORE CHARGES ARE PENDING 

GRIFFITHS, PHILLIP A, DR. 

DUKE PROVOST: U.S. MATH EDUCATION MUST IMPROVE 
DUKE PROVOST! MATH EDUCATION NEEDS IMPROVING _ ATm „ „ „ Alw , 
DUKE STUDENTS PRESENT TO PROVOST CONCERNS ON TREATMENT OF BLACKS 
DUKE MARCHERS PRESENT CONCERNS 

GRIFFTHS, DAVID (UNC-CH PROF) 

CARRBORO ADOPTS ESTONIAN SISTER 

^ IK lMERGDO« I rjFFICIALS HEAR OF NEED TO KEEP EMERGENCY TEAMS COORDINATED 

GRIMES, WEBSTER „ 

D.A.'S OFFICE OFFERS NEW CHALLENGE 

GRINE, ELIZABETH L, (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING 

GRINSTEAD, THOMAS L. _,„ 

BLIND VICTIM FINDS RETRIBUTION LACKING 

GRISET, JOHN SOUTHERLAND (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL POLICE CHARGE 2 WITH DWI 

GRISSOM, DAVID R. REV. 

'HAPPY MEMORIES' ORPHANAGE GOAL 

SRISSOM, MARION T. _ 

DEER CARCASSES POSE THREAT TO FALLS LAKE _ „ ov 

GRANVILLE SHERIFF SAYS HE NEEDS MORE PERSONNEL (CORRECTED 9-7-89) 

GRIZZLE RALPH 

CHARLIE GADDY: WRAL-TV NEWS ANCHOR LIVES A CHILDHOOD DREAM 
CHINESE STUDENTS ENROLL, FAIL TO SHOW FOR FALL SEMESTER 
HEALTH RISK REPORTS ARE RISKY BUSINESS, MEDIA EXPERT SAYS 
STRANGERS IN A STRANGE LAND 
'TAKING WHAT COMES ALONG' 

GRODER, MARTIN G. __._ 

FALSE TAX RETURN RESULTS IN SENTENCE 

GROMYKO, ANDREI „ - 

DEATH OF A HARD-LINE »NYET' H 2 

™ M ATHLETE^D£TERMINATION SERVES AS A BLUEPRINT FOR MAKING DREAM A REALITY CHH 1 

GROSSO, MIKE . - 

A 'GROSSO' INJUSTICE s 2 



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CHH 1 8/26/1989 A 
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CHH 1 



CHH 1 



3/17/1989 A 
3/25/1989 C 
4/21/1989 C 
4/21/1989 C 



11/30/1989 A 
4/23/1989 A 
7/15/1989 B 
8/29/1989 A 
5/30/1989 A 
9/02/1989 A 
1/31/1989 B 



2 

1 



H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 



GROUT, RUTH 

CAROL WOODS CELEBRATES 10TH BIRTHDAY 

GROVER, STEVEN MURRAY (ESCAPED PRISONER) m 

2 FLEE PERSON COUNTY PRISON; 1 SHOT DURHAM COUNTY DEPUTY 
PERSON ESCAPEE IS CAPTURED IN DANVILLE, VA, 

6RUBB, CHARLES "CHUCK" 



CHH 1 



S 
H 



N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 



1 P N 



14 P N D80 
1 P N 
1 P N N36 
1 P N T37 



3 N M25 
3 P N C62 
1 P U L38 
7 N 
1 P N S82 
9 N 
1 P N T33 



1/05/1989 A 
9/06/1989 C 



3/21/1989 C 
9/23/1989 A 
9/26/1989 A 
9/30/1989 A 
12/05/1989 A 



10/31/1989 A 
7/05/1989 A 
1/14/1989 A 
1/21/1989 B 

12/09/1989 A 



12/23/1989 C 
12/24/1989 B 



1 N T33 
1 N T33 



5 P F 

3 N 

3 N 

3 P N 

3 P N 



3 N 

4 E 
6 P U 

1 U F25 
3 P N 



1 N H65 
1 N S69 



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12/31/1989 



BY NAME 



4th mayoral candidate files; 2 join council race 

fourth candidate files for mayor* field grous in council race 

22 in council, mayor race; primary vote set 

city election lineup; ballot lists 22 candidates 

conservation group backs no one in mayor's race 

most candidates favor referendum on major projects 

people's alliance backs wells for mayor; homebuilders favor tillman... 

strawbridge, jenkins to face off 

straubridge, jenkins to face off 

v0te/'89; voting precinct tally 

grubb5 lean more on small-area plans 

planning process in order 

city should take over buses— candidate grubb 

candidate says recycling could extend landfill life 

pro-life group presses city council candidates on abortion 

chuck grubb for city council 

ward 1 candidates favor major projects ordinance 

chuck grubb for city council 

chuck grubb for city council ward 1 (ad) 

durham city council gets 3, keeps 3 winners (error in results) 

city council wards/voting tally (error in results) 

grubb winner despite computer glitch 

grubb winner despite computer glitch 

grubb real ward 1 winner 

high voter turnout turns vote around 

jenkins city's 1st black mayor 

computer twists election returns 

haywire machine counted precinct vote totals twice 

win or lose. election candidates share fatigue 

durham canvass confirms grubb as ward 1 winner 

durham election results certified: grubb win final 

winning statements 

grubb covers bases on potential conflict of interest 

grumette, jesse (chapel hill) 
endless fascination 

violations of basic rules cause butcheries of english language 
seemingly dissimilar words sometimes closely related 
celebrities: Americans are overly fond of heroes/a world of words 
everyday sayings; how common expressions evolved into use 
grammar miscues; dan quayle, irwin shaw join the 'lapse' list 
inability to write or speak correctly becoming area of serious concern 
verbosity; how norman conquest altered english language 
names! they offer a realm of fascination, mystery/a world of words 
names of many flowers have intriguing origins 
splice, meaning to marry, has odd origin 
how spoken words are distorted 
shakespeare most gifted user of words in english language 
a pitch for lingo; sports expressons have spiced our language 
grammar: a realm of anxiety 

true to the book; film of pelle the conqueror right on target 
want to be a good speller? some tips that can get you started,,, 
changing the rules; how have marriage customs evolved? 
why is june the marriage month? 
picking the perfect word 
more about the traditions of marriage 
fathers of the year 
some word origins you can count on 
the good book yields some good advice 
'what a waste, to lose one's mind! '/a world of words 
grumette is great 

men's (and women's) souls revealed 
the roots of misuse 

0ed2 stands alone at literary pinnacle 
prepositions and english! what's all the fuss about? 
the myriad spices of life boast a world of origins 
subtleties of english! when 'a' is 'ay' and isn't 
poetry vs. trivia, or beauty vs. nonsense 
face value of words often no clue to similarities, differences 
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1 P N R63 


S 2 


8/05/1989 C 


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N C61 


H 2 


8/08/1989 C 


1 P N 


S 2 


10/02/1989 C 


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N C61 


H 2 


10/04/1989 C 


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D N R63 


S 2 


10/05/1989 C 


1 


P N C61 


H 2 


10/11/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 2 


10/11/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 2 10/11/1989 A 


6 


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10/21/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 2 


10/23/1989 A 


4 


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1 


N R63 


S 2 10/25/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 2 


10/27/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


H 2 10/29/1989 B 


12 P A 


S 2 


10/31/1989 A 


1 


D Q C61 


H 2 11/05/1989 A 


14 P A 


H 2 11/06/1989 A 


7 P A 


H 2 


11/08/1989 A 


1 


N N36 


H 2 11/08/1989 A 


8 C N 


S 2 


11/08/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


S 2 11/08/1989 A 


1 


N C61 


S 2 11/08/1989 A 


1 C N C61 


S 2 11/03/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


S 2 


11/08/1989 A 


1 


P N C61 


H 2 11/09/1989 A 


1 


P N R63 


H 2 11/09/1989 A 


1 


P N R63 


H 2 


11/09/1989 C 


1 


N S22 


S 2 


11/09/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


H 2 


11/10/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


H 2 


11/10/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


11/20/1989 B 


1 


P N R63 


CHH 1 


2/02/1989 A 


8 


U 


CHH 1 


2/09/1989 A 


10 


U 


CHH 1 


2/16/1989 A 


8 


U 


CHH 1 


2/23/1989 A 


8 


U 


CHH 1 


3/02/1989 A 


9 


U 


CHH 1 


3/09/1989 A 


8 


U 


CHH 1 


3/16/1989 A 


8 


U 


CHH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


8 


U 


CHH 1 


3/30/1989 A 


8 


U 


CHH 1 


4/06/1989 A 


7 


U 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


8 


U 


CHH 1 


4/20/1989 A 


8 


U 


CHH 1 


4/27/1989 A 


■1 

f 


U 


CHH 1 


5/04/1989 A 


7 


U 


CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


7 


U 


CHH 1 


5/18/1989 A 


7 


U 


CHH 1 


5/25/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 


6/01/1989 A 


10 


u 


CHH 1 


6/03/1989 A 


10 


u 


CHH 1 


6/11/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


6/18/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


6/21/1989 A 


7 P F 


CHH 1 


6/25/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


7/02/1989 A 


3 


u 


CHH 1 


7/09/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


7/16/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


7/16/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


7/23/1989 A 


17 
•J 


u 


CHH 1 


7/30/1989 A 


C 
J 


u 


CHH 1 


8/06/1989 A 


c 

J 


u 


CHH 1 


8/13/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


8/20/1989 A 




u 


CHH 1 


8/27/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


9/03/1989 A 


11 


u 


CHH 1 


9/10/1989 A 




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ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 - 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



MISPLACED MODIFIERS A COMMON MISTAKE 
FAMOUS FIGURES PROVIDE INSIGHT WITH CORRESPONDENCE 
A POTPOURRI OF USAGE MAYHEM WROUGHT BY THE PRESS 
'MITIGATE' MAY BE GOOD WORD TO KNOW ON SIGHT 
euthanasia: UHAT OF DIGNITY IN DEATH? __ ^ 
DISCREET, DISCRETE: CLOSE DOESN'T COUNT WITH THESE PAIRS 
ORIGINS OF TODAY'S COMMON CLICHES AN ODD ASSORTMENT 
GET WISE— GOOD SLANG WILL LAST A LIFETIME OR MORE 
'DEAD' IS DEAD-ON WHEN EXPRESSING VARIETY OF IDEAS 
REALITY TARNISHES REAGAN'S MYTHICAL GOLDEN IMAGE 
♦TANTALYZING,' 'SQUALLOR' MAKE MONTH'S DISHONOR ROLL 
VIVID LANGUAGE OF BEATNIKS AKIN TO POETRY-DIG IT? 
WHAT'S IN A NAME? OFTEN A HINT AT AN ANCESTER'S TRADE 
•WISECRACKING' GEORGIANS SIMPLY LABELED 'CRACKERS' 
RETURN TO NATION'S CAPITAL MARKED BY SENSE OF HISTORY 

GUELHO, JORGE (ROBBERY CHARGE) 

CHARGES FILED IN RURAL BREAK-IN 

GUESS, CHARLES (PRINCIPAL) _ 

PRINCIPALS CRUTCHFIELD, GUESS REASSIGNED 
DEDICATION 

GUILL, VICKIE-JO HALL (DECEASED) 

MRS. GUILL, 25, HENDERSON GUNSHOT VICTIM 

GUION, ETHELDREDA 

CITY SCHOOLS PICK 4 TEACHER FINALISTS 

GUITERAS, PATRICK DR. 

COLON CANCER! RISK INCREASES WITH AGE 

HEART TROUBLE? VARIETY OF TESTS MEASURES STATUS 

CAUSE OF HEMORRHOIDS REMAINS UNCLEAR 

PAINFUL CRAMPS? TREATMENT IS SUCCESSFUL IN MOST CASES 

REST, ASPIRIN AND FLUID INTAKE DIMINISH A MILD BOUT OF AMS 

WHEN DOES A TEEN'S MISCHIEF EVOLVE INTO PATHOLOGIC DRINKING? 

DUODENAL ULCER A SERIOUS PROBLEM/TO YOUR HEALTH 

TYPE A; AGGRESSIVE TRAITS AREN'T ALWAYS KILLERS/TO YOUR HEALTH 

ARALEN AND EYE DAMAGE! RISK SLIGHT IF NOT TAKEN FOR LONG PERIOD OF TIME 

PHYSICAL TRAINING AN INFLUENCE ON MENSTRUAL PERIOD 

USE DECONGESTANTS, NOSE DROPS FOR PAIN IN EARS 

DECEPTION: MOST FOOD ALLERGIES ARE DIFFICULT TO DIAGNOSE/TO YOUR HEALTH 

ATROVENT OFTEN USEFUL MEDICATION FOR CHRONIC BRONCHITIS AND EMPHYSEMA 

NIGHT ATTACKS COMMON FOR SUFFERERS OF ASTHMA 

INJECTION TREATMENT CAN BE ANSWER FOR SPIDER VEIN REMOVAL 

CLUSTER HEADACHE! NO ONE HAS TIME FOR THE PAIN 

HEARING LOSS: AGE IS JUST ONE OF MANY REASONS FOR DIFFICULTY 

MILD WINTER, WET SPRING ARE CATALYSTS FOR RMSF 

BLOCADREN, OSIRDIL AMONG DRUGS THAT ALTER DREAMING 

IS YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE TOO HIGH? 

SOME HERBAL TEAS, SUCH AS COMFREY, ARE VERY UNHEALTHY 

KIDS HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO BUSINESS NEAR LAWN MOWERS 

USE MEDICAL EXAM TO DICTATE FITNESS PROGRAM 

SEATTLE STUDY SHOWS THAT WEARING A BIKE HELMET IS WISE MOVE 

DAD'S HEALTH HISTORY SHOULD FftOMPT CHECK OF 10-YEAR-OLD'S CHOLESTEROL 

THE PERILS OF PASSIVE SMOKING 

HOUSE CALLS; MANY CHAPEL HILL DOCTORS STILL PROVIDE 'HUMAN TOUCH'... 

COUNSELING MIXED WITH TREATMENT CAN CURB PANIC ATTACKS 

BEING BOWLEGGED IS A NORMAL CONDITION FOR YOUNG CHILDREN 

CLEANING THE EARS WITH COTTON SWAB IS OFTEN HARMFUL 

ANGINA PECTORIS IS A CHOKING FEELING USUALLY IN THE CHEST _, ArTO 

IS THERE EVIDENCE OF FOUL PLAY INVOLVED WITH THE DEATH OF... MOZART? 

COLPOSCOPY PROCEDURE CLEARS UP SUSPICION OF CERVICAL CANCER 

BAKING SODA CAN EASE JELLYFISH STING 

AGONY ELIMINATED; SELDANE IS ONE WAY TO SPELL RELIEF FOR HAY FEVER 

THE BLIND STAGGERS; AUNT TEACHES FUTURE DOCTOR ABOUT TICK PARALYSIS 

FOR CENTURIES, TEETHING HAS TAKEN A BAD RAP FOR CUASING ALL SORTS OF... 

ZOVIRAX EFFECTIVE IN EARLY TREATMENT OF SHINGLES 

FEEL DIZZY AT ODD TIMES?/TO YOUR HEALTH 

EVEN FOR FINELY TUNED ATHLETES, A HEART CHECKUP IS A VALID IDEA 









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L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C -TO L P BYL 


CHH 1 


9/17/1989 A 


5 


U 


CHH 1 


9/24/1989 A 


5 


U 


CHH 1 


10/01/1989 A 


J 


u 


CHH 1 


10/08/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


10/15/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


10/22/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


10/29/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


11/05/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 


11/19/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


11/26/1989 A 


11 


u 


CHH 1 


12/03/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


12/10/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


12/17/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


12/24/1989 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


12/31/1989 A 


5 


u 



CHH 1 12/01/1989 A 3 N M70 



2 1/20/1989 C 1 N 
2 12/04/1989 A 3 P P C45 



H 2 3/21/1989 C 6 



S 2 5/23/1989 A 1 N S92 



CHH 1 


1/06/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


1/20/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


1/27/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


2/03/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


2/10/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


2/17/1989 A 


6 


U 


CHH 1 


2/24/1989 A 


6 


U 


CHH 1 


3/03/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


3/10/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


3/17/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


3/24/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


3/31/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


4/14/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


4/28/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


5/05/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


5/12/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


5/19/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


5/26/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


6/02/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


6/09/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


6/16/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


6/23/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 


6/30/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


7/07/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 


7/14/1989 A 


12 


u 


CHH 1 


7/21/1989 A 


8 


u 


CHH 1 


7/28/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 


8/04/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 


8/11/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


8/18/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 


8/25/1989 A 


12 


u 


CHH 1 


9/01/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 


9/08/1989 A 


10 


u 


CHH 1 


9/15/1989 A 


10 


u 


CHH 1 


9/22/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


9/29/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 


10/06/1989 A 


7 


u 



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BY NAMES 



UEAKNESSES IN CHOLESTEROL STUDIES FUEL WRITER'S TIRADE 

TOURETTE'S SYNDROME A RARE DISORDER THAT PUTS NERVOUS SYSTEM IN TURMOIL 

'BUSTED HEAD' BRINGS CONCUSSION AND DEVIOUS. LINGERING FROBLEMS 

FERILS OF MEVACOR/DRUG CAN BE CAUSE OF LIVER DAMAGE 

TENNIS ELBOW/TREATMENT STARTS ON COURT, NOT DOCTOR'S OFFICE 

DEFENSIVE MEDICINE 

'RUM NOSE '/MYSTERIOUS ROSACEA CAUSES CENTRAL PART OF FACE TO TURN RED... 

CHIROPRACTIC TREATMENT FOR 'MECHANICAL' PROBLEMS IN LOU BACK OFTEN A ... 

HOW DO CALM THE NERVES OF YOUNG ATHLETES? 

IRREGULAR BLEEDING 

EXTREME MUSCLE PAIN IS OFTEN A SIDE EFFECT FROM TAKING DRUG L-TRYPTOPHAN 

TREATMENT TRETINOIN IS EFFECTIVE IN THE REMOVAL OF FINE WRINKLES 

GULLEDGE, HENRY JAMES (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/SHOTS LEAVE MAN WITH MULTIPLE UOUNDS 

GULLEY, WILBUR P. "UIB" 

NEW YEAR'S JUST ANOTHER DAY, RESOLUTIONS-WISE 

NUMBERS DON'T TALLY 

CITY GETS OPTION TO BUY PROPERTY FOR JAZZ INSTITUTE 

GULLEY, 3 COUNCILNEN MAY RUN FOR MAYOR 

OMBUDSMAN OFFICE PROPOSED FOR DURHAM CITY GOVERNMENT 

CITY, COUNTY MAY JOIN 5 DEPARTMENTS 

LET US FIGHT CITY HALL 

DURHAM DOESN'T NEED NEW COMPLAINT OFFICE 

CRIME PREVENTION WEEK 

AWARDS PROGRAM F1WISED 

CITY INVESTMENTS SPARKLE; GULLEY SEES GROWTH IMPACT 

CLEMENT! MAYOR FOOT-DRAGGING ON RULE 

GULLEY TO SPEAK AT DUKE ENVIRONMENT AWARENESS WEEK: 

GULLEY DENIES STALL ON MAJOR-PROJECTS LAW 

MAYOR TO SPEAK AT DUKE FORUM 

MAYOR URGES MORE CIVILITY ON ISSUE OF MAJOR PROJECTS 

GROUP STAGES PROTEST Of PLAN FOR SUB-MINIMUM TRAINING PAY 

GULLEY'S APPROACH IS RIGHT 

CITY COUNCIL GRANTS HAYTI REQUEST ON AMENDED PACT 

1ST ANNIVERSARY 

PAUL HAVING A BALL 

EAGLES HONORED 

INACCURATE PAY REPORTS BLAMED ON GLITCH IN CITY'S COMPUTER 

DON'T BLAME ANYONE^ 1 

AN AUDIENCE WITH THE MAYOR 

PERCEPTION SKEWED ON PROPOSED TAX INCREASE, MAYOR SAYS 

GULLEY BOWS OUT OF MAYOR'S RACE 

DURHAM MAYOR WIB GULLEY SAYS HE WON'T SEEK A THIRD TERM 

GULLEY'S DECISION LEAVES FIELD OPEN 

GULLEY MOVE SURPRISES SOME 

MAYOR TAKES BREATHER 

WIB GULLEY FOR MAYOR! 1987. (CARTOON) 

GULLEY MOVE ALTERS POLITICAL LANDSCAPE 

DELEGATION YENS TO TIE KNOT WITH JAPANESE CITY 

CAMPBELL WILL NOT RUN AGAIN 

DURHAM MAY LURE 2 OLYMPIC CAMPS 

ROYALL HITS BRAKES ON TRANSIT BILL 

GULLEY : CITY WON'T LOSE ENO DRIVE OUTER LOOP FUNDS 

NEW BANK BRANCH 

DEJA VU FOR COUNCIL VOTE 

YOUNG DEMOCRATS URGED TO SHAPE, CONTROL PARTY AGENDAS 

GULLEY MAY BE SENATE CANDIDATE 

GULLEY DENOUNCES COUNCIL'S LAX ATTENDANCE AT MEETINGS 

GULLEY 'UNLIKELY' CANDIDATE TO OPPOSE SENATOR HELMS 

SHADOWING HUNT-HELMS FIASCO 

GULLEY DENIES SAYING HE MIGHT DISBAND PANEL 

GULLEY DENIES HE SUGGESTED DISBANDING GROUP 

LYNCHING THE DEVELOPERS 

CHAPEL HILL-DURHAM GROUP DISCUSSES BORDER 

FROM GULLEY TO GAMBIA 

TERRY SANFORB JR, QUITS MAJOR PROJECTS PANEL 

MR. GULLEY'S 'GLORIOUS' EXIT 

THE HIGH-COST GULLEY YEARS 







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CHH 1 10/13/1989 A 


7 


U 


CHH 1 10/20/1989 A 


9 


U 


CHH 1 10/27/1989 A 


7 


U 


CHH 1 11/03/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 11/10/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 11/24/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 12/01/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 12/15/1989 A 


8 


u 


CHH 1 12/22/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 12/29/1989 A 


5 


u 



H 2 10/15/1989 A 13 N M51 



H 


2 


1/01/1989 C 1 


P N S69 


H 


2 


1/17/1989 A 4 


E 


H 


2 


1/17/1989 C 1 


N S69 


S 


2 


1/20/1989 A 1 


N H70 


H 


2 


1/29/1989 B 1 


N S69 


S 


2 


1/30/1989 A 1 


N H70 


H 


2 


2/02/1989 A A 


E 


s 


2 


2/02/1989 A A 


E 


3 


2 


2/14/1989 B 7 


P P K30 


H 


2 


3/01/1989 A 4 


L 


S 


2 


3/11/1989 C 1 


P N 


S 


2 


3/14/1989 A 1 


N H70 


H 


2 


3/17/1989 A 15 


P N ISO 


S 


2 


3/18/1989 A 1 


P N H70 


s 


2 


3/21/1989 A 3 


N 


H 


2 


3/30/1989 C 1 


N S69 


H 


2 


3/30/1989 C 1 


P N C47 


H 


2 


4/04/1989 A 4 


L 


H 


2 


4/05/1989 C 1 


P N S69 


S 


9 

t 


4/07/1989 A 2 


P P S76 


H 


2 


4/10/1989 B 5 


P P L38 


5 


2 


4/18/1989 D 3 P P T32 


S 


3 


5/02/1989 A 1 


N S78 


H 


2 


5/08/1989 A 4 


E 


S 


2 


5/20/1989 A 2 


P P S76 


H 


9 

^ 


6/01/1989 C 1 


P N R63 


S 


2 


6/08/1989 A 1 


P N C61 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 A 1 P N R63 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 C 1 


N R63 


S 


2 


6/09/1989 C 1 


P N C61 


H 


2 


6/11/1989 D 4 


E 


H 


2 


6/11/1989 D 4 T T C50 


S 


2 


6/12/1989 A 4 


E 


S 


1 


6/13/1989 B 1 


P N C61 


H 


2 


6/20/1989 A 1 


P N R63 


S 


2 


6/27/1989 A 1 


N C61 


H 


2 


7/07/1989 A 1 


P N L40 


S 


2 


7/12/1989 A 1 


N C61 


S 


n 


7/12/1989 A 7 P P C45 


H 


2 


7/16/1989 D 4 


E 


H 




7/23/1989 B 1 


P N S22 


S 


2 


8/17/1989 A 1 


P N M06 


H 


2 


8/18/1989 A 1 


P N R63 


H 


2 


8/18/1989 C 1 


N R63 


H 


1 


8/20/1989 D 4 


E 


H 


2 


8/24/1989 C 1 


N R63 


S 


2 


8/24/1989 C 1 


N C61 


H 


2 


8/25/1989 A 4 


E 


H 


n 


8/31/1989 B 2 


P N R63 


S 


2 


9/01/1989 C 1 


P P K30 


H 


2 


9/06/1989 C 1 


N R63 


H 


2 


9/10/1989 D 4 


E 


H 


2 


10/01/1989 D 4 


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CITY GOVERNMENT'S COSTS REFLECT COMMUNITY'S EFFORTS „„„_ 

GULLEY SAYS RACE STILL PLAYS TOO-LARGE ROLE IN DURHAM ELECTIONS 

REMARKABLE SHOWING 

VOTERS READY FOR CHANGE 

CITY-COUNTY STADIUM SESSION MAY BALK OVER LOOSE ENDS 

DURHAM COUNTY OKS STADIUM REFERENDUM 

(WAT'S DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MAYORAL CANDIDATES? SOME ANSWERS WILL HELP 
WHERE DID THE MONEY 60? 

DESPITE CHARGES TO THE CONTRARY, DURHAM IS IN GOOD FINANCIAL SHAPE 
GULLEY ANNOUNCES FOR JENKINSj ACCUSES STRAUBRIDGE OF LYING 
DURHAM, RUSSIAN CITY SEAL PACT OF FRIENDSHIP 

NEWSPAPER EDITORIALS FAIL TO GIVE FAIR, BALANCED VIEW OF DURHAM ISSUES 
DURHAM, SOVIETS MAKE SISTERSHIP OFFICIAL 
CONVICTED MURDERER MAY LEAVE JAIL SATURDAY 
GULLEY, ROYAL OPPOSE RELEASE 
MCCOMBS CALLED VALUED WORKER 

duke oSSRUrWiDMrar amnesty international effort Monday 

GULLEY STEPS ASIDE, BUT LEAVES HIS MARK 

JENKINS SWORN IN AS MAYOR 

PULLING THEIR HATS OUT OF THE RING 

A RARE ON-TIME START 

GULLEY'S BELATED PROPOSALS _ 

TAXPAYER COST UNDERPLAYED IN DUEL BY MAYOR, EDITOR 

GANTT RECRUITS TRIANGLE BACKERS „,™ Tm - 

FIVE DURHAM RESIDENTS CHOSEN FOR GANTT ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

GUM, DONALD G. REV. „ 

CHAPLAINS AVAILABLE AT TWO HOSPITALS IN ALAMANCE 



GUNTER, MICHELLE (TENNIS) 

FRESHMAN GUNTER PROVES SOUTHERN TENNIS 



SAVIOR' 



GURGANUS, ALLAN _ „, 

LIBRARY WRITER SERIES DRAWS BLOCKBUSTER NAMES 
LISTENING TO LUCY 

ALLAN GURGANUS TELLS ALMOST ALL IN HIS FIRST NOVEL 

A TIMELY TOME; 'WIDOW' AUTHOR SAYS NOVEL DRAWS FROM EXPERIENCES 
LITERARY GIANTS SHOW WARES 

GURGANUS, TOM 

CARRBORO SHOPS HAVE SHOT AT GETTING TROLLEYS BACK ON TRACK 

COMMITTEE TO CONSIDER CABLE TV COMPLAINTS 

GURGANUS FILES FOR CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN 

ALDERMEN COMPROMISE ON TREE-SAVING SIDEWALK PLAN _ 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN CAUTIOUS ON HORACE WILLIAMS AIRPORT DISPUTE 

'CHAPEL HILL* PROJECTS RAISE CARRBORO HACKLES 

ALDERMAN TURNED OFF TO ALERT CABLE SERVICE 

CARRBORO MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN: VOTE FOR ONE MAYOR AND THREE ALL. 
OLD CARRBORO'S VOICE MAY BE FAILING 
MODEL T'S LOAN COULD STIR DEBATE 



GURNEY!- ELKINS, CY 

DURHAM SHORTAGE OF WHITE FOSTER HOMES 
TASK FORCE CITES ABUSED YOUTHS' NEEDS 



CRITICAL' 



GUTHRIE ARLO 

ARLO GUTHRIE RETURNS FOR ENCORE AT ARTSCENTER 

GUTHRIE, JAMES OTIS JR. 

POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN TRIES TO CASH STOLEN CHECK 

GUTHRIE, TIMOTHY (BREAKING AND ENTERING) _ „ , Ar _ iiu 
CRIMESTQPPERS SEEKS TIPS TO HELP FIND MAN WANTED FOR LARCENY 

GUTHRIE, WILLIAM HENRY (AUTO OFFENSE CHARGE) 
WOMAN DIES AFTER BEING HIT BY TRUCK 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH DEATH BY VEHICLE 



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H 


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2 


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H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


3 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



10/05/1989 A 
10/11/1989 A 
10/12/1989 A 
10/15/1989 D 
10/18/1989 C 
10/19/1989 C 
10/29/1989 D 
11/02/1989 A 
11/02/1989 A 
11/03/1989 C 
11/28/1989 A 
11/28/1989 A 
11/28/1989 A 
11/28/1989 B 
11/30/1989 A 
11/30/1989 A 
11/30/1989 A 
11/30/1989 A 
12/02/1989 C 
12/03/1989 B 
12/05/1989 A 
12/05/1989 B 
12/06/1989 A 
12/08/1989 A 
12/11/1989 A 
12/30/1989 A 
12/31/1989 B 



L 
N 
E 
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N S69 
N H65 
J 
E 
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N R63 
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E 
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N C61 
N B53 
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N R63 
N R63 
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H 1 5/24/1989 C 1 P N H60 



H 2 10/26/1989 B 3 P N B40 



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



9/24/1989 D 

9/28/1989 D 

9/28/1989 D 

10/10/1989 A 

10/15/1989 D 



6/15/1989 A 

6/29/1989 A 

7/21/1989 A 

8/23/1989 A 

9/17/1989 A 

9/29/1989 A 

10/26/1989 A 

11/05/1989 A 

11/05/1989 A 

11/09/1989 A 

12/18/1989 A 



U H45 
P 

F B71 
N H90 
U H45 



H 2 2/06/1989 A 
S 2 4/15/1989 A 



S 2 3/02/1989 D 
CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 
S 2 6/26/1989 C 



CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 



N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 

1 P N C62 

5 P A 

9 P N 

1 P N C62 

3 P N C62 



1 P N S82 
1 N B53 



3 P F B71 

3 N 

4 P N 



3 N M70 
10 N 



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S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



GUTSHALL, DAVE (COACH) 

UNO HAS? CUMMIN6S GOES AFTER 2ND 3-A CROW 

GUY, CARLA (CHEWING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT) 

CONFEDERATE FLAG LAWSUIT HAY SETTLE OUT OF COURT 
SCHOOL BOARD SETTLES CONFEDERATE FLAG SUIT OUT OF COURT 
REBEL FLAG SETTLEMENT CLEARS FILES 

GVIRTZ, AMOS 

PEACE ACTIVISTS SAY PALESTINIAN UPRISING STRIKES FAMILIAR CHORD 

GWOREK, MICHAEL GEORGE (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 
CEDAR GROVE MAN GETS 20-YEAR JAIL SENTENCE 

GWYTHER, LISA (DUKE CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF AGING) 
TAKING CARE OF RELATIVES CAN EXACT A HEAVY TOLL 

HAAGEN, LUCY 

ENO RIVER BECOMES LAB FOR YOUNG STUDENTS 

HAAGEN, RENE 

GERMAN STUDENT FINDS HORROR-MOVIE FAD ODD 

HAAR, JAMES 

CRITICS; LOOK LIBRARIES UP UNDER 'TROUBLED TIMES' 

HAAS, BOB (BAND DIRECTOR) 

BAND DIRECTOR THANKS INAUGURAL SUPPORTERS 

HABER, MARGIE (CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO DOWNTOWN COMMISSION) 
HABER TO LEAVE COMMISSION 



H 2 12/07/1989 C 3 P N W55 



HABIB(- MAGRUDER, KATHY DR. 

ALCOHOL STILL COLLEGE STUDENTS' 



DRUG OF CHOICE 



HABIT, TONY 

PUBLIC EDUCATION FUND TAPS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 

HACKER, HERBERT JR. 

ENGINEERING CLASS HONORS FACULTY 

HACKNEY, ANTHONY DR. 

STUDY FOCUSES ON FATIGUE, COLD 

HACKNEY, BUNN 

SIBLING STARS STORM CITY'S SPORTS SCENES 



HACKNEY, CHARLES 

UNC PROGRAM GIVES 



'TGIF' NEW MEANING 



HACKNEY, ELMORE "HONEY BOY" 

SIBLING STARS STORM CITY'S SPORTS SCENES 

HACKNEY, JESSE JAMES JR. (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/ARGUMENT LEAVES MAN WITH 5 GUNSHOT WOUNDS 

HACKNEY, JOE 

WASTE SITE INCENTIVES TO GET STUDY 

RAMSEY TO GET SUPPORT OF TWO COUNTY DEMOS 

HACKNEY AND BOWMAN TO LEAD SUBCOMMITTEES 

HACKNEY BLASTS MARTIN'S MENTAL HEALTH BUDGETING 

HACKNEY HOPING TO FORM HOUSE ENVIRONMENTAL CAUCUS 

ORANGE CO. DEMOS LOSE COMMITTEE POSTS 

1991 RACE FOR SPEAKER OF HOUSE GETS OFF TO AN EARLY START 

HACKNEY WILL SEEK HOUSE SPEAKER POST 

HACKNEY LAUDS MARTIN'S ACTION ON WASTE ISSUE 

FINAL VOTE ON NCMH NAME CHANGE DELAYED 

SMALL CHANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT BILL, OFFICIAL SAYS 

CHAPEL HILL TREE, SHRUB BILL HITS SNAG IN N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 



S 2 8/15/1989 A 
H 2 8/18/1989 C 
S 2 8/18/1989 A 



CHH 1 11/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 
H 2 11/27/1989 A 
H 2 6/05/1989 B 
H 2 12/02/1989 B 
CHH 1 3/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/26/1989 A 
Cm 1 12/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/02/1989 A 
S 2 3/09/1989 C 
S 2 6/07/1989 C 
CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 
S 2 4/19/1989 H 
CHH 1 10/06/1989 A 
S 2 4/19/1989 H 
H 2 10/02/1989 B 



H 2 1/08/1989 D 

CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 

H 2 1/25/1989 D 

CHH 1 1/29/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/29/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/31/1989 A 

H 1 3/02/1989 C 

CHH 1 3/02/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/04/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/07/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/11/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/20/1989 A 



1 N S92 
1 N C47 
1 P N S92 



3 P N S17 

2 N H90 
6 P G S56 
1 P N 

1 P P L38 

3 P N S17 

4 L 
3 N 

5 N L90 
1 N 

6 N 
5 N 

F F25 
N 

F F25 
N M51 



8 P N 

3 P N S17 

4 N R53 
1 P N 317 
3 N M20 
3 P N M20 
1 P N 

3 P N M20 
3 P N M25 
3 P N M20 
1 P N M20 
1 P N L40 



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HACKNEY TO MULL 'STOP WORK' REQUEST 

N.C. LEGISLATORS TACKLE ABUSIVE-LANGUAGE SUBJECT 

HACKNEY PRAISED FOR HOOP SKILLS 

HACKNEY EYES MAVRETIC'S JOB 

HEADLINE, ARTICLE UNFAIR TO BARNES 

CHA^HIlI S OFfSs! S REPRESENTATIVES DROP PUBLIC FACILITIES BILL 

LEGISLATORS WON'T FUSH IMPACT TAX 

REP. HACKNEY'S BILL PUSHES OFFICIAL SCENIC RIVER STATUS FOR HAW 

HACKNEY TO ADD *75,000 TO HAW RIVER BILL 

COMMITTEE APPROVES HAZARDOUS WASTE BILL _. 

HACKNEY'S HAW RIVER BILL FLOATS OUT OF SUBCOMMITTEE 

UNC ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM FUNDING CLEARS SLffiCgMMITTEE 

HIGHWAY BILL INCOMPLETE, HACKNEY SAYS (CORRECTION PRINTED 6-4-89) 

CORRECTION m 

HACKNEY KILLS AIDS-TESTING AMENDMENT 

HACKNEY BREAKS AIDS BILL TIE VOTE 

LEGISLATIVE YAWNS, WHISPERS IN RALEIGH _ 

BURN UNIT DIRECTOR BACKS HACKNEY BILL TO REGULATE WATER HEAT 

HOUSE TO CONSIDER DIETITIAN LICENSING 

BUDGET VIEWS MIXED LOCALLY n „ w „ 

UTILITIES MAY HAVE LOBBIED FOR COMPACT, HACKNEY SAYS 

DEMOCRATS SET SIGHTS ON HELMS 

WALKER SAYS HE'LL SEEK 9TH TERM 

MAVRETIC OUSTS MILLER FROM ASSEMBLY PANEL 

MILLER, HACKNEY STRIPPED OF LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE JOBS 

POLITICS THAT MAY BOOMERANG 

HACKNEY SAYS HE'LL OPPOSE WASTE DUMP 

'TAKING WHAT COMES ALONG' „ „ „, 

WASTE AGREEMENT CRITICS TAKE AIM AS PANELS MEET 

HACKNEY SEEKS DATA ON SITING OF WASTE FACILITY 

HACKNEY, KATHRYN GAIL (DRUG CHARGE) 
POLICE FEAR CRACK ONSET 
FORGERY PROBE LED OFFICERS TO CRACK 

ULAf*kTdE"V Dl P IC 

SIBLING STARS STORM CITY'S SPORTS SCENES 

HADGES, JASON 

POEM INSPIRED HABGES TO TRY COMEBACK/SOCCER 

HAENN, JOSEPH F. 

FACTS MISREPRESENTED 

HAGBERG, SUSAN 

WHEN THE CHILD INSIDE MAKES LOVE TURN SOUR 

HAGE, BILL 

SWIMMER GETS VARSITY LETTER 



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S I T 
E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



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



4/21/1989 

4/21/1989 

4/22/1989 

4/23/1989 

4/23/1989 

4/23/1989 

4/28/1989 

4/28/1989 

4/30/1989 

5/08/1989 

5/17/1989 

5/19/1989 

5/27/1989 

6/01/1989 

6/04/1989 

6/22/1989 

6/23/1989 

6/24/1989 

7/18/1989 

7/21/1989 

8/12/1989 

9/21/1989 

10/22/1989 

10/22/1989 

10/24/1989 

10/25/1989 

10/26/1989 

11/09/1989 

12/05/1989 

12/07/1989 

12/16/1989 



N M20 
J Oil 
N 

N M70 
L 

N M70 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N 

N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N 

N S17 
N M20 
P 

N L90 
N H20 
N M20 
N M25 
N M20 
N M20 
N B58 
N L40 
E 

N M25 
N 

N L40 
N M25 



CHH 1 12/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/28/1989 A 



1 N W57 
1 N M70 



S 2 4/19/1989 H 9 F F25 

H 2 9/03/1989 B 2 N F95 

H 2 7/12/1989 A 4 L 

H 2 7/04/1989 B 1 P N S56 

S 2 5/02/1989 D 4 P N A76 



WAY^aJZARED FofjURY TRIAL IN CHILD-NEGLIGENCE LAWSUIT H 2 3/20/ 989 B 

SOCIAL WORKERS 'TARRED AND FEATHERED,' DEFENSE LAWYER' CLAIMS H 2 7/21/1989 C 

SOCIAL SERVICES DIRECTOR DENIED CHANGE-OF-VENUE REQUEST IN LAWSUIT TRIAL H 2 7/25/1989 B 

DURHAM JUDGE WANTS TRIAL TO PROCEED AS SCHEDULED S 2 7/25/1989 C 

TRIAL TO BEGIN IN CHILD-WELFARE NEGLIGENCE SUIT H 2 8/28/1989 B 

SUIT AGAINST SOCIAL SERVICES REPORTEDLY REACHES SETTLEMENT H 2 8/30/1989 C 

LAWYERS IN NEGLIGENCE SUIT WILL RETURN TO COURT § 2 8/30/1989 B 

COUNTY SETTLES IN CHILD ABUSE CASE _ _ _ S 2 8/31/1989 A 

ABUSED CHILD SUIT SETTLEMENT: «100,000 OVER NEXT 26 YEARS H 2 9/01/1989 C 

ANNUITY EASES STING OF LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT S 2 9/01/1989 C 



N S82 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N 

N B53 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 



HAHN, JESSICA 

MONEY BAIT FOR BAKKER 
BAKKER-HAWN SHOW HITS FLORIDA 

HAHN, MARGARET ,_ _ 

LICKTEIG NAMED PLAYMAKERS ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR 

HAHN, PAUL JR. 



S 2 5/19/1989 A 
H 2 5/20/1989 A 



4 E 
4 E 



CHH 1 7/25/1989 A 3 N 



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DUKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC BRINGS 'CUSS' TO DURHAM 

HAIR, JOHN HUNT (ILLICIT ALCOHOL SALES) 

ALCOHOL ENFORCEMENT STING NETS 2 ARRESTS 

HAIRE, R. PHILLIP 

SPAULDING GETS GOP NOD FOR UNC SEAT 

HAITHCOCK, GINGER (ORANGE COUNTY COURT CLERK) 

UNC TAKES MANY LOAN DEFAULTS TO COURT, FEU TO TRIAL 

HAIZLIP, JULIE 

STUDENT SUES FOR LIBEL 

HAIZLIP, THOMAS DR. 

NOVEMBER TORNADOES STILL FELT BY CHILDREN IN WAKE 

HAK, SANDRA H. 

WINTER CAN BE ROUGH ON SKIN, UNC PROF SAYS 
ACCIDENTAL POISONINGS DROP, BUT DANGER LINGERS 

HAKAN, JOE 

BUSINESSMAN MIFFED AT COMMISSION OMISSION 
COMMISSION WANTS TRIAL PERIOD FOR TAX 
HAKAN CONFIDENT DOWNTOWN TAX WILL FLY 
FOX, HAKAN HONORED BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
DOWNTOWN TROLLEY USE 19 PERCENT BELOW SEPT. LEVEL 

HALDERMAN, JOHN WILLIAM (DECEASED) 

JOHN W. HALDERMAN, EXPERT ON U.N., DIES AT 81 

HALES, DICK 

A GREEN JACKET'S NOT FOR EVERYBODY 

HALEY, ALEX 

N.C. WILL BE HOST TO 4 PULITZER PRIZE WINNING AUTHORS 
WRITERS SEEK THEIR FORM IN THEIR "WAREHOUSE OF WORDS" 

HALEY, GAIL 

TH£ MAGIC OF BOOKS— 'YOU CAN TRANSFER DREAMS OF STORIES TO THE READER' 

HALKIOTIS, STEPHEN 

COMMISSIONER TELLS RURAL GROUP TO STOP DEBATE, START STUDY 

FIRE COMMISSION REPEALED 

COUNSELING NEEDS SERIOUS, SCHOOL PRINCIPALS SAY 

COMMISSIONERS CLAIM NO FEAR OF CATES' EFFORTS 

HALKIOTIS, CAREY HOT OVER OBSCENE PHONE CALLS 

HALKIOTIS SAYS HE'LL RUN FOR RE-ELECTION 

HEARINGS PLEASE, FRUSTRATE COMMISSIONERS 

principal: TRADITIONAL DIFFERENCES ARE RECEDING 

COMMISSIONERS WANT CONTROL OF RESERVOIR 

SHELTER FIGURE REVISED UPWARD; HALKIOTIS SAYS HE'S 'APPALLED' 

HALKIOTIS LEERY OF DURHAM CITY'S SLUDGE 

1 AM NOT A COMMUNIST 

HALKIOTIS STILL WANTS NO PART OF DURHAM SLUDGE FOR COUNTY 
OFFICIALS AGAINST ELECTION OF TACS 
OFFICIAL TAKES IN SLUDGE OPERATION 
OWASA HEAD ADVISES CAUTION 
HALKOTIS DISTRIBUTES GREETING CARDS 

HALL, CHRISTOPHER TRACY (SHOOTING VICTIM) 
TEEN SHOT AT NORTHGATE 

2 SOUGHT FOR NORTHGATE MALL SHOOTING 

HALL, COLIN D. DR. (F'ROFESSOR OF NEUROLOGY) 

DUKE, UNC MEDICAL SCHOOLS TO TEST NEW AIDS DRUG 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 5/22/1989 C 3 P P C45 

CHH 1 4/19/1989 A 1 N R63 

H 2 3/01/1989 A 1 N L40 

CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 1 P N H90 

S 2 4/13/1989 A 9 N 

H 2 3/15/1989 B 5 P N C60 



S 2 2/08/1989 C 1 N 
S 2 3/11/1989 C 1 N 



CHH 1 1/19/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/28/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/02/1989 A 



H 2 8/03/1989 B 



1 N M70 
1 P N M70 
3 P N M70 
3 P N S17 
1 P N C62 



HALL, DAVID (DRUG CHARGES) 

FEDERAL COURT TAKES ON LOCAL 'ECSTASY* 
TESTIMONY BEGINS IN ECSTASY TRIAL 



CASE 



H 2 


4/09/1989 C 


6 P U C49 


H 2 10/01/1989 E 


8 P F H45 


H 2 


11/12/1989 D 


3 P F H45 


H 2 


5/28/1989 D 


3 P U H45 


CHH 1 


1/05/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/20/1989 A 


8 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/17/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


4/01/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


5/17/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


5/23/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


5/29/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


6/04/1989 A 


2 N M25 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


8/18/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


9/14/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


10/04/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


10/06/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


10/21/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


12/01/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


12/01/1989 A 


1 M N M70 


CHH 1 


12/07/1989 A 


3 N 


H 2 


12/22/1989 C 


1 P N C47 


S 2 


12/22/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


H 2 


8/31/1989 A 


1 N C60 


CHH 1 


3/01/198" A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


3 N H90 



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JURY RELEASES 'ECSTASY' DEFENDANT 

HALL, DON (LAWSUIT AGAINST UNC-CH) 

DISCRIMINATION CHARGED AT UNC „ mm r _ rr . rt 

GIRL'S FATHER SUES UNC FOR ADMISSION; CITES BLACK MA!£ ATHLETES 

HALL, FAUN 

DOCUMENT SHREDDING IS INDEED A BIG DEAL 

HALL, GEORGE DAVID (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CHATHAM MAKES DRUG ARRESTS 

H ^'A J KE^ I OF R GOOD COMPANY; GUITARIST JIM HALL BRINGS AN IMPRESSIVE... 
GUITARIST JIM HALL BRINGS AN IMPRESSIVE JAZZ RESUME TO THE ARTSCENTER 
HALL, CARTER EMIT AURA AT ARTSCENTER 
ALBUMS FEATURE GUITARISTS 

HALL, JOHN (ARCHITECTURE PHOTOGRAPHER) 
PHOTO-ARCHITECT 

HAU "' DEMOCRATS FILE FOR FIVE SEATS ON BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 
RECOUNT SOUGHT IN GRANVILLE RACE 

HALL JONATWW 

QUARTERBACK HALL ATTEMPTS TO 'SHOULDER' EXPERIENCE FOR TAR HEELS 

HEY, LOOK AT ME! 

FROM DAYS OF YESTERYEAR COMES... JONATHAN HALL 

HALL, K. A. (POLICE OFFICER) - =Z ZZZ 

POLICE OFFICER INJURED IN ROXBORO ROAD WRECK 

^'EXPECTATION™ ESay! TO THESE CHILDREN, BROADWAY HITS ARE JUST... 
HALL NAMED ART EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR 

HALL, WILLIAM CHARLES DR. (PROFESSOR OF NEUROBIOLOGY) 

STUDY OF EYE MOVEMENT MAY HELP UNLOCK SECRETS OF HOW BRAIN WORKS 

HALL, WILLIAM HENRY (DRUG CHARGES) 

MAN CHARGED WITH POSSESSING CXAINE 

HALL, WILLIAM L. 

RESEARCH SHOWS BUCKLING UP IS SAVING KIDS' LIVES 

HALL, WILLIAM RODNEY (DRUG CHARGES) 

MORE ARRESTS PLANNED IN DRUG ROUNDUP 
POLICE ARREST 2 MORE IN DRUG ROUNDUP 

HALL, WINSTON THOMAS "UYNN" (CHILD MOLESTATION SUSPECT) 
MAN SENTENCED ON INDECENT LIBERTIES CHARGE 

HALLBERG, WILLIAM „ 

LIBRARY WRITER SERIES DRAWS BLOCKBUSTER NAMES „»„««, 

BASEBALL AND GOLF OFFER INSPIRATION FOR NOVELS ON HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS 

HALPERIN, DAVID J. (PROF. UNC) 

PROFESSOR EXPLORES SABBATIAN MOVEMENT 

HAM, HELEN SIKES (DECEASED) 

MRS. HELEN HAM, MOTHER OF HERALD EDITOR 

SERVICES SET FOR MRS. HAM, MOTHER OF HERALD EDITOR 

HAM JON 

' GULLEY SAYS RACE STILL PLAYS TOO-LARGE ROLE IN DURHAM ELECTIONS 
TOURISTS FROM DURHAM FIND SHORTAGE OF FOOD, NEDS IN QUAKE AREA 
TAKE PRIDE, VIRGINIA, A GRANDSON OF SLAVES IS NOW YOUR GOVERNOR-ELECT 



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

CHH 1 6/09/1989 A 1 N H90 



CHH 1 7/22/1989 A 3 N 
H 2 7/23/1989 B 10 N 



S 2 3/27/1989 A 4 E 
CHH 1 9/05/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 7/07/1989 D 1 P P 

H 2 7/07/1989 D 9 P F S66 

H 2 7/13/1989 B I RSM 

H 2 11/07/1989 A 7 R S66 



H 2 9/28/1989 B 1 P F S56 



H 2 2/24/1989 C 1 N T33 
H 1 4/18/1989 B 1 N T33 



H 2 8/24/1989 B 1 U C52 
H 2 8/28/1989 A 1 P P S73 
H 2 10/08/1989 C 8 P U B40 



S 2 2/22/1989 C 1 N B53 



CHH 1 3/25/1989 A 3 P N H90 
S 2 4/21/1989 A 7 N 



H 2 6/15/1989 B 6 N 
S 2 3/17/1989 A 11 N B53 
CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 5 N 



S 2 2/08/1989 A 1 P N B53 
S 2 2/09/1989 C 1 N B53 



CHH 1 4/01/1989 A 3 N H90 

H 2 9/24/1989 D 3 P U H45 

H 2 11/19/1989 D 3 P U H45 

CHH 1 11/10/1989 A 6 N 



H 2 3/11/1989 C 2 
S 2 3/11/1989 C 10 



H 2 10/11/1989 A 6 P N 
H 2 10/20/1989 A 7 N 
H 2 11/09/1989 A 5 J 



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CARRBORO RESPONDS TO HISTORIC DISTRICT 

HAMBY, JOHN 

NEW GROUP HOPES TO INCREASE VOTERS 

PLEASE, FRIENDS, THE ISSUES 

FRIENDS OF DURHAM LEARNS LESSONS, VOWS TO STAY 

HAMER, FANNIE LOU 

LIBRARY HOSTS FILM ON BLACK ACTIVIST 

HAMER, JOHN R. 

PILOT GETS BLAME FOR CRASH 

HAMILTON, DERWIN (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR BATTERS SLEEPING WOMAN WITH BRICK- 
HAMLET, CHRIS C. 

50-YEAR VETS 

HAMLET, KELLY (MANSLAUGHTER) 

HAMLET PLEADS GUILTY TO MANSLAUGHTER, DRAWS 8- YEAR TERM 

HAMLIN, BETTY 

TEACHER OF THE YEAR 

HAMLIN, PAUL A. JR. (FALSE DRIVERS LICENSE) 

STUDENTS TO PERFORM SERVICE FOR MAKING FALSE LICENSES 

HAMLISCH, MARVIN 

SUN'S UP ON HOT TIMES 

HAMM, CHARLES 

VETERANS MAY BUILD LOCAL 'HOME' 

HAMM, EDDIE MARTIN (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 
ROBBERS BEAT MAN, TAKE CAR, WALLET 
ROBBERY, KIDNAPPINGS GET MAN 32- YEAR TERM 
GUNS FIGURE IN DRUG CASES 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

HAMMER, ARMAND 

A PARDON FOR NO GOOD REASON 

HAMMER, RICHARD 0. 

LOCAL BUILDER SEEKS SEAT ON TOWN BOARD 

JOHNSON EDGES CATES 

HAMMER SEEKS SEAT ON TOWN BOARD 

HAMMETT, DASHIELL 

MYSTERY! AMID STACKS AT UNC'S WILSON LIBRARY LIE HEAD BODIES, SHOT... 

HAMMOCK, MICHAEL (MURDER CHARGES) 

ROXBORO MAN GETS 12 YEARS IN SEPTEMBER BEATING DEATH 

HAMMOND, BRET (ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT.) 

SHERIFF RECALLS DEPUTY HAMMOND AS 'FINE OFFICER' 

HAMMOND, COZIE 

DURHAM WOMAN FIGHTS LEUKEMIA 

HAMMOND, DAVID (PLAYMAKERS) 

METAMORPHOSIS II J FROM THEATER STAR TO A GENIAL GUEST 
NEW 'NUTCRACKER' FOR CHRISTMAS 

HAMMOND, LEIGH WAYNE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES BUI CHARGES AFTER CHASE 

HAMMOND, MARY DR. 

WOMAN DELIVERS TWINS FROM FROZEN EMBRYOS 



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N E E 

P D — DATE — C 



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CHH 1 2/27/1989 A 3 N C62 



S 2 8/17/1989 A 
H 2 9/09/1989 A 
H 2 11/10/1989 A 



S 2 8/16/1989 A 

S 2 11/01/1989 B 

H 2 8/21/1989 A 

S 2 5/04/1989 B 

H 2 3/07/1989 B 

CHH 1 4/27/1989 A 

H 2 4/05/1989 B 

S 2 5/04/1989 D 

CHH 1 4/03/1989 A 



H 2 7/17/1989 A 

H 2 11/09/1989 C 

S 2 11/09/1989 B 

H 2 11/10/1989 A 



1 P N M06 
4 E 
1 N S69 



7 N 

1 N 

13 N M51 

2 P P K30 
5 N 

3 P N M25 
5 N 

1 P P S76 
1 N M25 



9 N 

1 N S82 
11 N 

2 N 



H 2 8/24/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 7/28/1989 A 
H 3 11/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/02/1989 A 



CHH 1 9/11/1989 A 

S 2 2/01/1989 C 

CHH 1 6/28/1989 A 

S 2 9/25/1989 A 



H 2 2/07/1989 B 
H 2 12/01/1989 D 



CHH 1 1/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/08/1989 A 



3 N D38 
1 P N U57 
3 P N U57 



3 P N M70 
1 N B53 
3 P N M70 
1 P N H65 



1 P U WIS 
3 P F W66 



3 N 
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BY NAMES 



A FLATTERING COURTSHIP 

CITY SCHOOLS STILL PUSHING FOR FTOGRESS 
HAMMONDS REVAMPING SCHOOL SYSTEM 

HAMMONDS, RAYMOND ERVIN (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

^^Wfm^CMOn SETS RECORD UITH A SNOWY AUCTION/TUESDAY TALK 

"^ILLSBORtlUG^MAYKlD TOWN BOARD:VOTE FOR ONE MAYOR AND TWO MEMBERS 

HAM * ff HAMNER SUBMITS BLUEPRINT FOR BATTLE OVER ERUIN SQUARE „__- 
...COACH HAMNER'S "RAMBLING YUPPIES" HAVE US ON OUR OWN... (CARTOON) 
MAJOR PROJECTS ORDINANCE NOT THE FWDDUCT OF ONE _ 
DEVELOPERS SEE ORDINANCE AS 'PLOT' (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-10-89) 
FOES OF MAJOR-PROJECTS ORDINANCE MAY HELP REVISE IT 
HISS, SPIT AND PROFANITY 
PLUTOCRACY VS. DEMOCRACY 
CITY SCHOOLS NEED FUNDING 

ERUIN SQUARE IS PRIMARILY OFFICES, NOT SHOPPING MALL 
A PLANNED-GROWTH ORDINANCE 

NON-VOTERS THE 'SLEEPING GIANT' 

CONFRONTATIONS WILL NOT FOSTER GOOD DEVELOPMENT 
•HEY THERE, CLAY HAMNER, COME IN FROM THE COLD' 
CITY SHOULD WORK WITH HAMNER _ 

NINTH ST. - NEIGHBORHOOD WITHIN A CITY FACES CHANGE 
KONA MOVING HEADQUARTERS TO DURHAM _ m m _, 
MAYOR URGES MORE CIVILITY ON ISSUE OF MAJOR PROJECTS 
DURHAM BUSINESSMEN NOMINATED FOR ARTS COUNCIL __ 
HAMNER MAILS ORDINANCE WARNING: HIGHER TAXES, FEWER JOBS 
DEVELOPER BLASTS PROPOSED ORDINANCE m 

IRS OFFERS LAST-MINUTE ADVICE TO HELP FILERS PAY THE PRICE 
HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION CRITICIZES HAMNER FOR LETTERS 

HAMNER 'S LETTERS DRAW CRITICISM m 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE SAYS 1,300 HAVE SIGNED ERUIN SQUARE PETITION 

HAMNER SAYS IMPACT FEES SHOULD BE UNIFORM, REASONABLE 

THIS WASN'T 'REPUGNANT' „„™-„. rm „ , ™,, 

DURHAM ACTIVISTS, OFFICIALS UNITED AGAINST ZONING... (CORRECTED 5-6-89) 

DURHAM ACTIVISTS. OFFICIALS UNITED AGAINST ZONING BILL 

CLAY HAMNER IS RIGHT; HE IS ALSO NOT RACIST 

CABLE TV FIRM FOR TREYBURN GETS NOD 

SPAULDING WEIGHING A BID FOR MAYOR OF DURHAM 

QUOTATION OUT OF CONTEXT 

DURHAM ALREADY HAS ORDINANCE RESTRICTING HEIGHT OF BUILDINGS 

YOUNG SCIENTISTS GET TO TRY LIFE IN THE LAB FOR REAL/TUESDAY TALK 

FRIENDSHIPS AND DEVELOPMENT 

TREYBURN: ONE FAMILY— AND GROWING 

ENVIRONMENTALISTS WANT TO PROTECT LAKE „ m „„ mv „ M „, 

MAJOR PROJECTS ORDINANCE FOES GET TURN AT BAT (CORRECTED 9-20-89) 

DEVELOPER CRITICIZES ZONING REVISIONS PLAN 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

HAMNER'S NAME USED IN AD WITHOUT APPROVAL 

HAMPTON, TREVOR „™„ 

SBI CALLED IN ON DWI CHARGE AGAINST OFFICER 
ARRESTED OFFICER SHOULD BE NAMED 
SBI LIKELY TO START DWI PROBE SOON 
SBI PROBE MAY CLEAR AIR OVER POLICE ACTION 
POLICE CHIEF TO RELEASE NAME OF OFFICER CHARGED UITH DWI 
MORE EVIDENCE SAID MISSING IN POLICE DWI CASE 
POLICE CHIEF ERRED 

POLICEMAN CHARGED UITH DWI IDENTIFIED 
LOG IN OFFICER'S DWI CASE REMOVED FROM CITY OFFICE 
NO CALL FOR COVER-UP 
POLICE LINE - DO NOT CROSS (CARTOON) 
POLICE SAY DWI PUBLICITY SNARLED DRUG PROBE 
UHAT IS HAPPENING IN POLICE DEPARMENT? 



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2 4/19/1989 G 
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4 E 
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1 P N Yll 



H 2 6/12/1989 B 4 P N 



H 2 2/28/1989 B 1 P U U15 



CHH 1 11/05/1987 A 9 P N 



H 


2 


2/01/1989 A 


1 


N S69 


H 


2 


2/02/1989 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


2/09/1989 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 


2/10/1989 A 


1 


N S69 


H 


2 


2/17/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


2/18/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 




2/20/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


2/22/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


2/22/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


2/25/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


3/10/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


3/13/1989 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


3/18/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


3/20/1989 A 


6 P Q S56 


H 


5 


3/21/1989 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


3/30/1989 C 


1 


N S69 


S 


2 


4/01/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/06/1989 C 


1 P N J55 


S 


2 


4/06/1989 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 


4/09/1989 D 


6 


N 


S 


2 


4/27/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


S 


2 


4/28/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


5/03/1989 C 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 


5/03/1989 D 


13 


N A54 


H 


2 


5/04/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/05/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


5/05/1989 A 


1 


N S69 


H 


2 


5/06/1989 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


5/09/1989 C 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 


6/10/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 


6/11/1989 D 


5 


L 


S 


2 


7/05/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


8/15/1989 A 


6 


U W15 


H 


9 


8/19/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


8/20/1989 C 


1 M N Bll 


S 


2 


8/21/1989 A 


1 


N C61 


H 


2 


9/19/1989 B 


1 


N S69 


S 


2 


9/19/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


9/20/1989 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 11/03/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 A 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/18/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


s 


2 


1/20/1989 A 


4 


E 


s 


2 


1/20/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/21/1989 A 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


1/23/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


1/24/1989 A 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 A 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 




1/26/1989 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 


2/09/1989 C 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


2/09/1989 A 


4 


L 



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1/01/1989 - 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



HAMPTON MISSES POINT ON POLICE CONTROVERSY 

CRIMESTOPPERS COURTS INFORMANTS AT COURT 

ADCPT-A-COP PROGRAM BEGINS 

'ADOPTED' OFFICERS HOPE FOR RAPPORT WITH YOUNGSTERS 

CITY OFFICIALS MUST PUT PRESSURE ON CHIEF 

SBI FINISHING DWI PROBE 

LAWYER ASKS POLICE CHIEF FOR FILES ON OFFICER'S CASE 

CRIMINAL CONDUCT 'APPARENT' IN POLICE BUI CASE 

POLICE ALTER OFFICER-ARREST RULES 

UNDERCOVER PROJECT INCLUDED DRINKING 

STEPHENS, HAMPTON IN DISPUTE OVER 'COMMON CAUSE' 

DON'T DROP POLICE PROBE, STEPHENS SAYS 

ARREST THE WRONGDOERS; PROBE OF POLICE DEPT, SHOULD LEAD TO PROSECUTION 

POWELL SATISFIED WITH POLICE DWI INTERNAL INVESTIGATION 

SBI REPORT SHOULDN'T END DWI CASE PROBE 

CHIEF HAMPTON ASKS DWI REFORT BE MADE PUBLIC 

CHIEF HAMPTON ASKS DWI REPORT BE MADE PUBLIC 

STEPHENS WON'T RELEASE REPORT 

POWELL ASKS FOR COPY OF SBI REPORT 

THREE-MONTH SBI PROBE THOROUGH, COMPREHENSIVE 

POWELL TO DISCUSS REPORT WITH CHIEF 

STEPHENS REQUESTS POLYGRAPH ON OFFICER WHO TOOK FAFERWORK 

WALL-TO-WALL COVER-UP 

CHIEF TO GIVE COUNCIL DETAILS OF DWI ARREST 

UNDERCOVER OFFICER ACQUITTED; JUDGE RULES NO 'PROBABLE CAUSE',.. 

HAMPTON MUM ON POLYGRAPH TEST FOR OFFICER 

DECK GETS 2ND POLYGRAPH 

STEPHENS 'SHOCKED' THAT OFFICER WAS NOT DISCIPLINED 

THE ALTERNATIVE HIGH ROAD; CHIEF HAMPTON COULD HAVE DEFUSED... 

FIRED POLICE DISPATCHER SUES DURHAM (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-2-89) 

ACQUITTED OFFICER FACES BOARD INQUIRY 

POLICE INSTRUCTED ON PROBABLE CAUSE 

PART OF SBI REPORT ON POLICE DWI CASE WILL BE RELEASED (AMENDED 5-3-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

INNOCENCE ISN'T VINDICATION; NARCOTICS OFFICER DID NOT WIN BY REASON... 

POWELL TO REVIEW DECK'S POLYGRAPH 

POWELL TO RELEASE DWI ARREST REPORT 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

POWELL SAYS POLICE REPORT TO BE DELAYED 

HAMPTON! HOPKINS FACES POLICE DEPARTMENT REVIEW 

LAWYER SAYS POLICE CHIEF REFUSES REQUEST FOR RECORDS OF PROBE 

HOPKINS' HEARING SLATED THURSDAY BY CHIEF HAMPTON 

IS POLICE DEPARTMENT A SECRET POLICE FORCE? 

MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING ANNOUNCES... TREVOR HAMPTON (AD) 

CITY COUNCIL MUST RELEASE POLICE REPORT 

POLICE CHIEF TELLS MADD THERE WAS NO COVER-UP 

POLICE DEPT. EMPLYEE FIRED AFTER TEST REHIRED 

DURHAM POLICE PROBE OF HOPKINS OUT TODAY 

HOPKINS GETS 2-WEEK SUSPENSION 

HAMPTON DEFENDS ACTIONS 

HAMPTON! INTERNAL PROBE SHOWS NO COVER-UP 

SGT. DECK GETS SUSPENSION, TRANSFER TO PATROL DIVISION 

CHIEF HELPS CREATE HIS OWN DIFFICULTIES 

COVER-UP NO COVER-UP? EVENTS IN POLICE DEPARTMENT STRAIN LOGIC... 

TIME RUNS OUT ON QUESTIONING OF POLICE CHIEF 

FORMER OFFICERS SEEK ACTION AFTER POLICE INTERNAL REPORT 

COUNCIL RESETS SESSION TO QUIZ POLICE CHIEF 

CITIZENS GROUP' ORGANIZED TO AIR POLICE DEPARTMENT 

EX-CHIEF HEADS GROUP CONCERNED ABOUT POLICE FORCE 

HOPKINS STAYS ON DUTY, PLANS TO APPEAL ACTION 

COUNCIL MEMBERS NOT LISTENING TO CITIZENS 

750 RALLY FOR POLICE CHIEF'S OUSTER 

HAMPTON OWES MEDIA APOLOGY, COUNCILOR SAYS 

RALLY AIMS TO OUST CHIEF 

4 OFFICERS CHARGED WITH DWI SINCE '86 

CITY OFFICIALS RECEIVE CLEAR WAKE-UP CALL 

NO CAUSE FOR OUSTER/CHIEF'S WORK IN DURHAM NEEDS LARGER PERSPECTIVE 

DURHAM POLICE DEPT. SEES SOLUTION TO AGING CARS IN BLACK AND WHITE 

NEWSPAPER HAS BEEN UNFAIR TO DURHAM'S POLICE CHIEF 

LASSITER DEMANDS POWELL FIRE HAMPTON 



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2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/24/1989 
3/28/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/22/1989 
4/23/1989 
4/23/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/25/1989 
4/25/1989 
4/25/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/27/1989 
4/27/1989 
4/27/1989 
4/28/1989 
4/28/1989 
4/28/1989 
4/29/1989 
4/29/1989 
4/29/1989 
4/29/1989 
4/29/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/03/1989 
5/03/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/06/1989 
5/08/1989 
5/10/1989 
5/10/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/19/1989 
5/19/1989 
5/19/1989 
5/19/1989 
5/20/1989 
5/21/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/24/1989 



E 
P N B53 
P P T37 
P N B53 

E 

N B53 

N N36 
P N S82 
P N B53 

N B53 

N S82 
P N M51 

E 

N B53 

E 

N N36 

N M51 

N B53 

N N36 

L 

N B53 

N N36 

E 

N M06 
P N S32 

N S69 

N B53 

N N36 

E 

N 
P N B53 

N B53 
P N N36 

N 

E 

N B53 

N C61 

N 

N 569 

N B53 

N B53 

N N36 

L 

A 

E 
P N N36 

N N36 

N N36 

N M06 
P N H65 

N N36 

N M06 

E 

E 

N N36 
P N C61 
P N C61 

L 

N M51 
P N M06 

E 
P N R63 
P N N36 
P N C61 
P N C61 

E 

E 
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L 

N C61 



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LASSITER GROUP DEMANDS CITY FIRE HAMPTON 

HAMPTON DENIES CHARGES IN REPORT 

HAMPTON BLASTS OUSTER EFFORT AS RACIAL ISSUE 

POLICE ARREST 68 ON 449 DRUG CHARGES 

POLICE CHIEF SAYS OUSTER MOVE RACIALLY MOTIVATED 

LASSITER LASHES OUT AT HAMPTON'S HARANGUE 

LASSITER DENIES HE'S EASY ON DUI CASES 

DURHAM POLICE CAR: A STUDY IN BLACK AND WHITE. (CARTOON) 

RALLY BACKING CHIEF HAMPTON DRAWS 800 

LET'S AVOID RACISM 

LASSITER, HAMPTON SHOULD COOL RHETORIC 

CRACKDOWN ON DRUGS; CHIEF HAMPTON, OTHER OFFICERS DESERVE PLAUDITS. 

LACK OF INTEGRITY, NOT RACIAL MOTIVES, CITED AS ISSUE BY LASSITER 

ARRESTS INVOLVE $300 MILLION IN COCAINE 

3,500 REPORTEDLY SIGN PETITION TO OUST DURHAM POLICE CHIEF 

POLICE ARREST 'MAJOR PLAYERS' IN DURHAM DRUG SALES 

DON'T TAKE IT OUT ON MADD 

DURHAM NEEDS LEADERSHIP 

POWELL WILL NOT FIRE HAMPTON 

HOPKINS QUITS POST WITH DURHAM POLICE 

LASSITER 'DISAPPOINTED' HAMPTON NOT FIRED 

ANTI-CRIME PROGRAM SET FOR PUBLIC HOUSING 

HOPKINS' RESIGNATION WON'T END QUESTIONS 

LASSITER RALLIES VOTERS TO OUST HAMPTON 

LASSITER SEEKS COUNCIL SHAKEUP 

LASSITER'S OFF AND RUNNING 

CITY COUNCIL NEGLIGENT _ 

POLICE DEPARTMENT ISSUE CREATING VOLATILE CLIMATE 

POLICE POUND PAVEMENT AT PUBLIC HOUSING 

CRIME RISING AT SLOWER PACE 

POLICE DEPARTMENT SEEKS NATIONAL ACCREDITATION 

LOITERING LAW PONDERED TO BATTLE DRUGS 

CITY COUNCIL PANEL APPROVES LOITERING ORDINANCE 

LET'S TRY ANTI-LOITERING LAW 

CRIME-PREVENTION KUDOS 

DURHAM POLICE STUDY 'PRO-ARREST' POLICY 

HANCOCK, MARTIN L. "SONNY" JR. 

CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET TO BE SOLD, MOVED FROM DOWNTOWN 

HANDSEL, RALPH (POLICE CHIEF) 

RETIRING POLICE CHIEF RARELY RESORTED TO GUN 

HANDY, W. C. 

TOURING MUSICAL HONORS 'FATHER OF BLUES' 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH - CELEBRATION CONTINUES 

MINIMAL 'HANDY' REVUE MAKES EFFECTIVE MUSICAL ILLUSION 

HANES, BARBARA L. ^„ r „ 

FIVE RECEIVE DAVIE AWARD HONORS FROM UNC TRUSTEES 

HANES, ELDRIDGE _ 

DUKE ENTREPRENEURSHIP CONFERENCE FEATURES '67 GRAD 

HANES, FRANK B. _ _„ 

FIVE RECEIVE DAVIE AWARD HONORS FROM UNC TRUSTEES 

HANEY, KENNETH SCOTT (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/COUPLE FACES DRUG CHARGES 
TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

HANEY, SUNDAY KENNIE (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/COUPLE FACES DRUG CHARGES 

HANNAH, VIRDELL 

MAN JAILED 44 DAYS WITHOUT BOND, HEARING 



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5/26/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/27/1989 
5/27/1989 
5/28/1989 
5/29/1989 
5/30/1989 
5/30/1989 
5/31/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/07/1989 B 
6/08/1989 A 
6/08/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/19/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/26/1989 
6/26/1989 
6/27/1989 
8/02/1989 B 
8/25/1989 C 
10/26/1989 
10/27/1989 
10/30/1989 
11/10/1989 
12/22/1989 



1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
4 
4 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
4 
1 
1 
1 
3 
4 
1 
1 
4 
4 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
11 
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N M51 
N C61 
N C47 
N B53 
N C61 
N S69 
N C61 
T C50 
N M51 
E 
E 
E 

N M51 
N B53 
N C61 
N M51 
E 
L 

N C61 
N C47 
N C47 
N R63 
E 

N M51 
N B53 
E 
E 
L 

N B53 
N 

N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
E 

N S76 
N B53 



H 2 10/25/1989 A 1 P N N36 



S 2 1/04/1989 C 3 N 



2 2/08/1989 B 
2 2/09/1989 D 
2 2/10/1989 D 



12 N M60 
5 P F 
5 R M60 



CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 3 N 
H 2 1/01/1989 C 12 N 
CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 10/10/1989 A 7 N 
CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 3 N H90 



CHH 1 10/10/1989 A 7 N 
S 2 4/12/1989 C 1 N B53 



HANNAY. ROGER _ „ .,.,„__„ -, n - 

MALLARME CHAMBER PLAYERS DEBUTS WORK BY ROGER HANNAY S 2 4/06/1989 D 7 P P 

BASICALLY BACH, AND BEYOND; MALLARME PLAYERS KEEP CONTRAPUNTAL CONCERT H 2 4/13/1989 B 1 P R D10 



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CONCERT SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED 

HANNEN, LEU 

CITY SCHOOLS STILL PUSHING FOR PROGRESS 

r^NrtRf E#T* 

THOMSON WON'T SEEK RE-ELECTION, BUSINESSMAN SAYS 
HOLMES, HANNER SEEK CHATHAM BOARD SEATS 

HANSELL, SUSAN B. (CARRBORO) 
RISKY BUSINESS? 

HANSEN, ALFRED R. DR. 

EMERGENCY SERVICES PHYSICIAN HONORED 

HANSEN, FRED DR. 

INJURY LIKELY WHEN DRIVER IS DRUNK, PROFESSOR SAYS 

HANSEN, JAMES DR. 

PRESIDENT'S OWN WORST ENEMY 

HANSEN, PAUL RAY (ASSAULT CHARGE) 

MAN CHARGED IN ASSAULT ON CO-WORKER 

HANSON, ANNE COFFIN DR. 

UNC PREPARES TO HONOR DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI 

HANSON, ERV (CIVITAN INTERNATIONAL) 

CIVITAN INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT IN DURHAM 

HARDAKER, TRACY (BASKETBALL) 

HARDAKER CLOSES ON SCORING RECORD 

HARDEN, GEORGE W. (DECEASED) 

ELON COLLEGE RECEIVES THREE LARGE BEQUESTS 

HARDIN, BARBARA 

CHANCELLOR'S WIFE A TEAM PLAYER, YET HER OWN PERSON 
PROJECT HELPS THE HUNGRY 

HARDIN, BRUCE (COACH) 

UNO MAS^ CUMMINGS GOES AFTER 2ND 3-A CROWN 

HARDIN, JIM (ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY) 
LAW WEEK 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY TO SEEK SUPERIOR COURT JUDGESHIP 
DA CANDIDATE HARDIN! EMPATHIZE WITH VICTIMS 
GRAND JURY REPORTED LOOKING INTO DRUG TRAFFIC 
DRUG GRANT CUT, PROSECUTER OUT 
DURHAM FUNDS LOSS WON'T SLOW DOWN DRUG FIGHT 
PROSECUTORS NEED FUNDS TO BATTLE DRUG DEALERS 
HARDIN WON'T RUN FOR D.A. 
HARDIN DEFERS TO BOSS, WITHDRAWS CANDIDACY 

HARDIN, PAUL (UNC-CH CHANCELLOR) 

HOWES, HARDIN DETAIL OBJECTIVES OF TCttN-GOUN PLANNING COMMITTEE 

CARRBORO WANTS TO GIVE HARDIN A DAY ON THE TOWN 

HARDIN ADDRESSES UNC CHILD-CARE SHORTAGES 

IMC WILL HELP WITH DAY CARE, HARDIN SAYS 

ALUM REPORT BRACES HARDIN'S STANCE 

HARDIN WITHDRAWS ARTS CENTER SUPPORT 

RAISING UNC SALARIES CALLED 'URGENT NEED' 

HARDIN DEFENDS UNC FAINTING COSTS 

MAYOR APPLAUDS ARTS CENTER DECISION 

PRESERVING LANDMARKS BEST USE OF UNC FUNDS 

NEW UNC COMMITTEE WON'T INCLUDE STUDENT 

HARDIN BACKS AMENDMENT ON DATE RAPE 

CHANCELLOR KEPT AWAKE BY CALLS 

ALBERT COATES REMEMBERED AT UNC MEMORIAL SERVICE 

HARDIN! COMPETITION FOR FACULTY STIFF 



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CHH 1 11/28/1989 A 1 P N M25 
CHH 1 12/28/1989 A 1 P N M25 



CHH 1 12/20/1989 A 4 L 

CHH 1 5/08/1989 A 7 P N 

CHH 1 11/18/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 5/15/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 10/28/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 9/19/1989 A 


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S 2 4/24/1989 C 


3 P N 


H 2 12/17/1989 C 


3 N B40 


H 1 1/17/1989 C 


1 N 


CHH 1 10/07/1989 A 
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3 P N 

4 L 



H 2 12/07/1989 C 3 P N W55 



S 2 


5/04/1989 B 


5 P P T37 


S 2 


9/11/1989 A 


6 N B53 


H 2 


9/24/1989 B 


1 P N S32 


H 2 10/05/1989 C 


1 N S32 


H 2 


10/30/1989 A 


1 P N S82 


S 2 


10/30/1989 A 


1 N B53 


S 2 


11/01/1989 A 


4 E 


S 2 


12/04/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


H 2 


12/05/1989 C 


1 N S82 


CHH 1 


1/04/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


1/21/1989 A 


2 N S17 


CHH 1 


1/25/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


2/04/1989 A 


3 N S17 


CHH 1 


2/14/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


2/14/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


3 N 


S 2 


2/16/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


2/23/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


2/25/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


2/26/198" A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/30/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


4/04/1989 A 


3 P N S17 



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^ffiWtft^*™, 'we are out of OPERATING FUNDS...' 

UNC SHOULD COOPERATE; MONEY CRUNCH IS SHARED BY OTHER SCHOOLS, AGENCIES 

UNC BUDGET PLIGHT REAL, HARDIN SAYS 

HARDIN SAYS SCHOOL NOT DRIVING FORCE TO PROPEL AIRPORT 

UNC TO GET BACK HALF OF BUDGET CUTS 

HARDIN CRITICIZES PROPOSED HIKE IN UNC TUITION 

HEETING BETWEEN HARDIN, PETA LEADER POSTPONED 

GROUP TO RECOMMEND HOUSING ROLE FOR UNC 

NO EXPANSION FOR AIRPORT, HARDIN SAYS 

AIRPORT PLANS A COMPROMISE 

UNC FIGHTS FIRMER LAB ANIMAL RULES 

ACTIVIST CANCELS MEETING 

PETA HAD EVERYTHING TO GAIN 

HARDIN'S LETTER A DISGRACE 

EDITORIAL'S PREMISE FLAWED 

HARDIN SAYS INTERFERENCE IN BOYCOTT IS UNLIKELY 

CHANCELLOR HARDIN: SEEKING OUT THE FUTURE 

TOUN COUNCIL VOTES TO REQUEST AIRPORT MEETING 

BOARD OKS HARDIN REPORT; CHANCELLOR LISTS GOALS 

POPE DEFIES PEERS 

UNC SPORTS' ACADEMICS MERIT PRIDE, HARDIN SAYS 

UNC CHANCELLORS NEED FINANCIAL AUTONOMY 

HARDIN STANDS BY REQUEST DESPITE BOSS' OPPOSITION 

FORTRESS UNC 

A BRIGHT SPOT IN A DARK CLOUD 

UNC SAFETY DIRECTOR, CHIEF TO GET 'WARNINGS' fmmwi 

BACK TO BASICSj CHANCELLOR EMPHASIZES VALUES IN UNIVERSITY DAY SPEECH 

HARDIN 'PLEASED' SPANGLER SUPPORTIVE OF REFORM 

HARDIN 'ROASTS' COACH m 

REC CENTER SITE GETS SUPPORT FROM CHANCELLOR 

SPANGLER'S COMMENTS 'SURPRISE' CHAIRMAN _ 

UNC OFFICIALS SEEK STRONGER RAPPORT WITH FRATERNITIES 

HARDIN'S CONCERNS ECHOED 

REPORT URGES "HARSHEST SANCTIONS" 

C^ I aVpoS$TMENT L CALLED FOREGONE CONCLUSION/GOVERNORS VOTE NEXT ON DEAN 
CELL AGREES TO REQUEST FOR COMMITTEE 

HARDIN, PAUL, SALARY 

HARDIN GETS 8 PERCENT SALARY HIKE; RETAINS TOP PAY POST 

HARDING, BARBARA „ „ mmmm „ „_ 

POLICE LOG/POLICE BEER "STING" SNARES 27 STORE CLERKS 

HARDING, BRENDA LEONA (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE SURROUND HOUSE IN DRUG RAID, ARREST 8 

HARDING, ROBERT LEE III (AUTO THEFT SUSPECT) 
STOLEN CAR NEARLY HITS POLICE CRUISER 

RJR' RETIREE'S TOBACCO ASSIGNMENT OFFERS CLOSE LOOK AT CHINA 

HARDWICK, MILTREN (YUCA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR) 
NO TIME FOR A GAG ORDER 
AILING YWCA SEEKS HELP, ADVICE 

HARDY, JEFFREY ALLAN (DECEASED) 
PILOT GETS BLAME FOR CRASH 

HARDY MARTHA NELL 

STUDENTS, FACULTY TO PRESENT PLAY 'SISTER MARY IGNATIUS' FEB. 22-26 
'SISTER' DELIGHTFUL SATIRE ON ABUSE OF FAITH 
UNC'S HARDY WINS GEORGIA ACTING AWARD 
HARDY RECEIVES JENNIE AWARD 
•WALKING' IS SATISFYING FARE 

HARGETT, ANNIE B. „ 

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I T 


N E 


E 


L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 


4/18/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


4/22/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


H 2 


4/26/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


4/29/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


5/01/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


5/04/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


6/10/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


6/16/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


7/07/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


7/11/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


7/12/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


7/27/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


7/27/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


8/01/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


8/01/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


8/20/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


8/22/1989 A 


1 N S17 


H 2 


8/27/1989 F 


7 P F U80 


CHH 1 


8/29/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


9/02/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


9/02/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


9/03/1989 A 


1 N S17 


S 2 


9/04/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


9/09/1989 C 


2 N 


CHH 1 


9/10/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


9/25/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


10/13/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


10/13/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


10/20/1989 A 


2 N S17 


CHH 1 


10/20/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


10/20/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


10/29/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


10/30/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


10/30/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/05/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


11/18/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


12/06/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


12/06/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


8/29/1989 A 


1 C N S17 


H 2 11/11/1989 C 


1 N M51 


H 2 


9/14/1989 C 


3 N 


H 2 


5/21/1989 B 


3 N 



H 2 1/01/1989 C 6 N 



2 8/13/1989 D 
2 11/17/1989 C 



E 
N S22 



S 2 11/01/1989 B 1 N 



CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

S 



2/14/1989 A 
2/24/1989 D 
9/17/1989 A 
9/25/1989 A 
11/06/1989 B 



N 

R M31 
N 
N 
R B71 



S 2 6/07/1989 A 12 N H65 



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HARGETTf- ROBINSON, DEBORAH 

CARIBBEAN CUISINE COKES TO DURHAM 

HARGIS, JAMES HUGH JR. (MANSLAUGHTER CHARGES) 

RECORDS: HARGIS HAD 3 PREVIOUS DUI CONVICTIONS 
JURY RETURNS INDICTMENTS FOR MURDER, MANSLAUGHTER 
RQUGEMONT MAN GETS PRISON TERM 

HARGRAVES, FRANCES 

IT'S STILL A BATTLEi DESPITE VICTORIES, ORANGE COUNTY BLACKS STILL... 
PUBLIC HEARING CENTERS ON COUNTY RACE RELATIONS 

HARGROVE, JOHNNY GRIMES (MURDER VICTIM) 

MIDDLEBURG RESIDENT KILLED IN HENDERSON STABBING 

HARGROVE, TAZEWELL LEE 

GRANVILLE CONFEDERATE HERO FINALLY GETS MEDAL OF HONOR 

HARKRADER, RICHARD J. (DEVELOPER) 

DEVELOPER, GAS CO. FILE COMPLAINT AGAINST CPU. 

DEVELOPER PREDICTS CPU. WILL LOSE FEE 

CPU. SHOULD BEHAVE ITSELF IN CHATHAM 

STATE COMMISSION DENIES DEVELOPER'S POWER REQUEST 

HARMON, KAY (NURSE) 

NURSE FINDS JOY IN SUCCESSES OF TINY BABIES 

HARMON, LYNN 

PARENT CRITICIZES SCHOOL OPENING 

HARNETT, FRANK (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

FIVE-YEAR TERM GIVEN FOR SHOOTING 

HARPER, ARTIS EUGENE (ROBBERY CHARGES) 
MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBING WOMAN, 81 

HARPER, DARYL ORLANDO (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH THEFT OF CHURCH LAWN MOWER 

HARRELL, CARLTON 

SUN STARTS SECOND CENTURY 

DURHAM SUN MARKS 100TH BIRTHDAY 

BIRTHDAY BASH 

SUN POISED FOR 2ND SHINING CENTURY AFTER SHAKY START 

HARRELL, CHRIS B. 

DURHAM BROKER RATES JORDAN A BLUE-CHIPPER 

HARRELL, RUDY 

IN-LAW SLAYING CHARGED 

POLICE SAY DURHAM MAN STRANGLED HIS SISTER-IN-LAW 

HARRELL, WILSON 

THE NEXT REVOLUTION, ENTREPRENEURS CHANGING FACE OF NATION'S BUSINESS. 
INC. MAGAZINE STARTS COUNCIL FOR GROWING BUSINESSES IN N.C. 

HARRELSON, HENRY EDWARD (CONVICTED OF MURDER) 

MAN CONVICTED OF KILLING BROTHER IN '80 UP FOR PAROLE 

HARRELSON, JOHN DR. 

LAWSUIT FILED OVER CROSSING GUARD'S DEATH 

HARRELSON, OWEN (MURDER VICTIM) 

MAN CONVICTED OF KILLING BROTHER IN '80 UP FOR PAROLE 

HARRINGTON, JAMES 

GOP LEGISLATORS CRITICIZE TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY 



S 2 5/17/1989 C 1 P F G59 



S 2 1/03/1989 B 
H 2 2/21/1989 B 
H 2 8/01/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/02/1989 A 



H 2 1/22/1989 B 
H 2 2/23/1989 C 



H 2 1/02/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/28/1989 A 



S 2 10/21/1989 C 

CHH 1 8/31/19S9 A 

H 2 2/07/1989 C 

S 2 4/28/1989 C 

H 2 8/20/1989 C 



S 2 1/02/1989 A 

S 2 3/01/1989 A 

S 2 3/02/1989 C 

S 2 4/19/1989 E 



H 2 10/13/1989 C 
S 2 10/13/1989 C 



.. CHH 1 6/01/1989 A 
H 2 12/10/1989 D 



CHH 1 3/26/1989 A 

H 2 6/09/1989 C 

CHH 1 3/26/1989 A 

H 2 7/19/1989 A 



8 N 
12 N S82 

1 N S82 



1 P Q S17 

3 N S17 



2 N 

1 N H60 



12 N 

1 N M25 

4 E 

1 N M25 



1 N 

3 N C62 

3 N 

1 N B53 

11 N M51 



1 N H09 
1 N 

1 P P M66 

2 P F S78 



H 2 8/11/1989 B 3 N 



1 N 
1 N 



3 P N S17 
6 P N K65 



5 N H90 

1 N S82 

5 N H90 

9 N 



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JORDAN VOLLEYBALL STILL AHEAD OF THE REST 

FALCONS FLY HIGH OVER THE NET/1985 JORDAN HIGH VOLLEYBALL 

HARRIS, BARBARA REV. (EPISCOPAL BISHOP) 

EPISCOPAL DIOCESE ENDORSES WOMAN BISHOP 

HARRIS, BENJAMIN (BREAKING AND ENTERING) , rarwm ™ 

SNACK MAN STRIKES BACK, CHASES, NABS ACCUSED THIEF (CORRECTED 
ARRESTED MAN GAVE FALSE NAME 

HARRIS, BERNARDO (FOOTBALL) 

FOUR LOCALS MAKE SHRINE BOWL TEAM 
KNIGHTS DOMINATE ALL-AREA FOOTBALL 

HARRIS, BOBBY H. JR. . . 

CHATHAM BOARD WOULD REZONE LAND FOR MEMBER 
CHATHAM DENIES REZONING/ GOVERNORS CLUB GROWS 

HARRIS, CLARENCE EDWARD (MURDER CHARGE) 
DEAD MAN'S FRIEND HELD IN SHOOTING 
DURHAM MAN SAYS SHOOTING ACCIDENT 

HARRIS, DAVID JR. 

LAWYERS TRY TO SAVE FAMILY FARMS 

HARRIS, DIANE (JOB TRAINING PROGRAM) 

MORE TRIANGLE COMPANIES NEEDED IN JOBS PROGRAM 

HARRIS, DONALD DONOVAN 

STOLEN GUNS, CAR RECOVERED WITH ARRESTS 

HARRIS FRANCO 

CHILDREN'S CLASSIC USHERS IN SUMMER FOR DURHAM 

HARRIS, GEORGE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTD TWICE IN ONE DAY FOR DWI 

HARRIS, HAZEL (STABBING CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/STABBING VICTIM GOES INTO CARDIAC ARREST 

HARRIS, IRVIN (DRUG CHARGES) 

STOLEN GUNS, CAR RECOVERED WITH ARRESTS 

HARRIS, IRVING (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

SHOOTINGS LEAVE THREE MEN INJURED 

HARRIS, JEROME (DECEASED) 
SHOESHINER HARRIS DIES 

HARRIS, JOSEPHINE 

EDUCATOR NAMED ADMINISTRATOR OF YEAR 
HARRIS APPOINTED INSTRUCTION DIRECTOR 

HARRIS, KENNY (BASKETBALL) 

VIRGINIA GUARD ANNOUNCES HE'S COMING TO UNC 
RODL, LYNCH, HARRIS HEAD UNC'S 'MYSTERIOUS SIX' 

HARRIS, KEVIN (CHEF) 

LIGHT BRUNCH HAS PUNCH 

HARRIS, LEE THOMAS (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/5 SUSPECTS FACE DRUG CHARGES 
POLICE LOG/6 ARRESTED ON 25 MOSTLY DRUG CHARGES 
DURHAM POLICE CHARGE 5 IN HIGH-CRIKE-AREA 'DRUG SWEEP' 

HARRIS, M.E. (POLICE OFFICER) 

7-MONTH-OLD GIRL REVIVED BY POLICEMAN 
OFFICERS' FAST ACTION SAVES TWO CHILDREN 



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H 
H 


2 9/28/1989 D 
2 12/27/1989 D 


3 P N B40 
1 P G 840 



H 2 1/29/1989 B 3 N 



4-11-89) S 2 4/05/1989 C 1 N B53 
S 2 4/11/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 11/16/1989 B 3 P N B40 
H 2 12/17/1989 C 1 P N B40 



CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 1 P N M25 
CHH 1 6/25/1989 A 1 N M25 



S 2 12/28/1989 B 1 N B53 
H 2 12/29/1989 C 1 N 



S 2 10/30/1989 A 1 N H65 

S 2 1/05/1989 A 1 P N H65 

H 2 9/11/1989 B 6 N 

S 2 5/22/1989 D 4 P N A76 

CHH 1 5/17/1989 A 5 N 

H 2 10/16/1989 B 6 N M51 

H 2 9/11/1989 B 6 N 

H 2 1/18/1989 C 1 N 

H 2 10/04/1989 A 11 



CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 7/19/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 2/08/1989 D 1 N C49 
H 2 10/18/1989 D 1 P N L22 



S 2 12/20/1989 B 1 P F G59 



H 2 8/13/1989 B 
H 2 10/12/1989 C 
S 2 10/12/1989 C 



H 2 10/25/1989 C 
S 2 10/25/1989 A 



8 N 
3 N M51 
1 N B53 



1 P N M51 
4 E 



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P 

MAN GETS LIFE + 40 YEARS FOR '88 STABBING, ASSAULT S 

JOHNSON DRAWS LIFE-PLUS-40 TERM AFTER GUILTY F1EA IN STABBING DEATH H 

HARRIS, MANDY 

EILBER WINS YMCA AWARD S 

EILBER, MISS HARRIS RECEIVE KNIGHT AWARDS FROM YMCA H 

HARRIS, MARTHA (BOWLER) 

HARRIS IS 'BOWLED OVER' BY HER WIN S 

HARRIS MICHAEL E» 

SAVING CHILDREN EARNS ACCOLADES FOR THREE POLICA OFFICERS H 

HARRIS, MICHELLE C. (STABBING CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN CITED IN ROBBERY OF NEIGHBOR, 80 H 

HARRIS, MILDRED 

LOVE OF HISTORY NURTURED BY LIFE IN DURHAM S 

MRS. MILDRED HARRIS, 76, NOTED COUNTY HISTORIAN H 

FUNfRAL TOMORROW FOR MILDRED HARRIS S 

THE LOSS OF A GOLD MINE H 

HARRIS, MILTON LEWIS (HIT-AND-RUN VICTIM) 

HIT-AND-RUN DRIVER KILLS PEDESTRIAN S 

PEDESTRIAN STRUCK, KILLED BY CARS IDENTIFIED H 

3 ARRESTED IN FATAL HIT-AND-RUN H 

FATAL HIT-AND-RUN SENTENCE SUSF'ENDED H 

HARRIS, OLLIE (D-CLEVELAND) 

PUBLIC NEEDS DEFENSE AGAINST LEGISLATORS 

HARRIS, RANDALL DIMITRIUS (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE CHARGE ACCUSED ROBBER WITH POSSESSING $20 IN COCAINE S 

POLICE LOG/TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO DRUG ARREST H 

HARRIS, RAYMOND SCOTT (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN THROWN FROM PICKUP TRUCK CHH 

HARRIS, ROBIN MARIE (ASSAULT SUSPECT) 

POLICE LOG/BULLETS HIT TWO MEN IN LOUNGE PARKING LOT (CORRECTED 9-16-89) H 

HARRIS, SHAMELL (RESISTING ARREST CHARGES) 

3 ARRESTED IN BRAGTOWN STAND-OFF S 

FOUR PERSONS CHARGED AFTER STANDOFF H 

HARRIS, THOMAS EARL JR. 

ACCIDENT LAWSUIT SETTLED OUT OF COURT CHH 

HARRIS, TRUDIER DR. 

CIRRICULUM CHAIRMAN CHOSEN CHH 

HARRIS, WINONA 

HOUSEMATE DOUBTFUL OF CHARGES CHH 

HARRISON, BOB 

STUDENT SHOT, WOUNDED AT VANCE HIGH H 

CLERK KILLED; TEEN CHARGED IN HENDERSON H 

HARRISON, EDDIE (AUTO THEFT) 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH THEFT OF CHURCH LAWN MOWER H 

HARRISON, EUGENE 

442ND'S LEADERS RECOLLECT V-E DAY CHH 

HARRISON, FREDERICK WILLIAM JR. (RAPE SUSPECT) 

UNC STUDENT F1EADS GUILTY TO MISDEMEANOR LARCENY CHH 

HARRISON, REX 

ANOTHER PRE-BROADUAY PLAY HEADED FOR DUKE S 

'THE CIRCLE' COMES AROUND AGAIN S 



S 
E E 
D — DATE — C 

2 9/05/1989 A 
2 9/06/1989 B 



2 4/28/1989 A 
2 4/29/1989 C 



2 2/14/1989 B 
2 11/23/1989 C 
2 11/29/1989 C 



2 6/06/1989 B 

2 8/28/1989 B 

2 8/28/1989 C 

2 9/01/1989 A 



2 1/17/1989 A 
2 1/18/1989 C 
2 2/09/1989 C 
2 12/09/1989 B 



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1 P N B53 

6 N S82 



1 P N H65 

2 P N 



6 P N A76 
2 P N M51 
1 N M51 



1 P F G59 
5 P 
1 P 
4 E 



1 N B53 

3 

1 N 

6 N 



S 2 7/17/1989 A 4 E 



-2 9/22/1989 C 
2 9/23/1989 C 



1 8/01/1989 A 

2 9/10/1989 B 



2 1/13/1989 C 
2 1/14/1989 C 



1 8/30/1989 A 
1 11/30/1989 A 
1 1/12/1989 A 



2 11/30/198? A 
1 12/12/1989 C 



2 8/20/1989 C 
1 9/17/1989 A 
1 5/18/198? A 



2 7/20/1989 C 
2 8/31/1989 B 



1 N 

2 N S69 



3 N 
9 N M51 



1 N B53 
12 N 



3 N H90 
3 N 
1 N R63 



1 N 
1 N 



11 N M51 
1 P N H90 
9 N 



1 P N 
1 P N B71 



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IRONY REPLACES SHOCK VALUE IN REVIVED 'CIRCLE' 
ACTORS PREPARE TO ENTER 'THE CIRCLE' 
'CIRCLE' ACTORS PLEASED TO BE AWAY FROM MANHATTAN GLOOM 
'THE CIRCLE'5 WORKING PROS IN A HOT GIG 

HARROD, KEITH R. 

GOVERNOR NAMES KEITH R. HARROD TO NCSU BOARD 

HART, DOUGLAS (AUTO ACCIDENT) 

MAN STRUCK BY CAR IN 'GOOD' CONDITION 

HART, DOUGLAS (THEFT CHARGES) _ 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH ARMED ROBBERY OF STORE CLERK 

HART, GEORGE THOMAS (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

DURHAM MAN GIVEN 25-YEAR SENTENCE IN 1988 SHOOTING 

HART, JOHN EDWARD (MURDER SUSPECT) 

GRANVILLE WOMAN DIES AFTER SHOT; BOYFRIEND CHARGED 

HART, LEO (FOOTBALL) 

BLUE DEVILS LACE TOGETHER A VICTORY 

HART, LEON 

NEW COACH BRINGING NEW OFFENSE TO ELON 
ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS 

HART, NYLE C. 

GRANVILLE DEMOCRATS MEET TODAY 

HART, PATRICIA (YOUNGSVILLE) _ 

POW/MIA FLAG WILL BE RAISED SUNDAY IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 

HARTH<- BEDOYA, MIGUEL 

$$i FREE OF CHARGE ♦*♦ 

HARTIGAN, PATRICIA 

PERSON COUNTY MANAGER NAMED 

HARTLEY, MICHAEL (BINGHAM TOWNSHIP) 

UTILITY PROBED ABOUT EROSION; BINGHAM RESIDENT CRITICIZES OWASA 

HARTWELL, JOHN (HILLSBOROUGH) 

COMMISSIONERS MULL HUNTING RESTRICTIONS 

REACTIONS VARY TO DAM SITE PROPOSALS 

CHOICE OF RESERVOIR SITE 'TOO EARLY TO CALL' 

HARTWELL 5 WATER DRAFT EMBARRASSING 

COUNTY BOARD WANTS TO PICK RESERVOIR SITE 

OFFICIALS TO JUGGLE SCHEDULES TO MEET 

REVISION OF WATER POLICY PRAISED 

APPROVAL EXPECTED FOR $274,000 COUNTY COMPUTER PURCHASE 

ENO MOUNTAIN ROAD WORK SCHEDULED TO BEGIN MONDAY 

THE DUKE FOREST DEBATE/HARTUELLI DUKE'S ACTIONS HAVE COST IT A VICTORY. 

HARTWELL LISTS RESERVOIR SITE ADVANTAGES 

HARTWELL MAKES OFFER ON EQUAL SCHOOL FUNDING 

HARTWELL JUSTIFIES VOTE ON AIRPORT SITE 

HARTWELL — COUNTY MAY DROP AIRPORT (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-24-89) 

HALKIOTIS SAYS HE'LL RUN FOR RE-ELECTION 

WATERSHED 'EXFERIMENTS' QUESTIONED 

SEWER SYSTEM SAFE, TODD SAYS 

HARTWELL PONDERS HOUSE CONTEST 

WORK GROUP DEBATES WATERSHED PROPOSAL 

HARTWELL REMARK RAISES HACKLES 

GOOD INTENTIONS THREATEN WATERSHED 

COMMISSIONER SEES HOPE FOR LANDOWNERS 

SEPTIC TANK PLAN MERITS OPPOSITION 

COUNTY SALES FIGURES SHOW PRICES SHRINKING AS LOTS GROW 

COMPENSATION TO LANDOWNERS UNNECESSARY - ANBRESEN 

RURAL CHARACTER COMMITTEE STILL PIECING PUZZLE 

CATES, HARTWELL TRADE JABS ABOUT 'LEAKY' SLUDGE TRUCK 



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S 2 9/09/1989 B 1 P F B71 

H 2 9/10/1989 E 11 P F S56 

H 2 9/21/1989 B 1 P R M31 



H 2 2/22/1989 B 7 N 

H 2 1/04/1989 C 10 N 

H 2 9/20/1989 C 2 N M51 

H 2 2/21/1989 B 12 N 

H 2 2/06/1989 C 3 N 

H 2 11/17/1989 B 1 P Q C49 



2 8/24/1989 D 36 F G50 
2 11/17/1989 B 1 P N L22 



H 1 


4/22/1989 C 


1 N T33 


H 1 


4/15/1989 C 


1 D N H60 


S 2 


5/11/1989 D 


5 P I 


H 1 


7/04/1989 C 


1 P N H60 


CHH 1 


7/16/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


1/05/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/05/1989 A 


2 N M20 


CHH 1 


1/15/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


1/19/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


2/16/1989 A 


1 P N 1120 


CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/15/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


3/17/1989 A 


1 N R63 


CHH 1 


3/19/1989 A 


5 P J 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


5/08/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


5/20/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


5/21/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


5/23/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


7/01/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


7/08/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


8/25/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


8/25/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


8/30/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


9/24/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


10/06/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


10/06/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


10/06/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


10/07/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


11/05/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


11/08/1989 A 


1 P N M20 



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GROUP TO CONSIDER OFFICIALS' REACTIONS TO WATERSHED PLAN 
COMMISSIONER SAYS 'MESSAGE' SENT TO COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 
INSPECTIONS PROPOSAL NOT NEEDED, SAY TUO ON BOARD 
INSPECTIONS PROPOSAL DEADLOCKED 

HARTZEMA, ABRAHAM G. DR. 

DRUGS POORLY ADMINISTERED IN MANY REST HOMES 

PHARMACY PROFESSOR TO STUDY DRUG THERAPY GIVEN BY REST HOMES 

HARVARD, JOSEFH REV. 

CHURCH CELEBRATES ITS SUCCESSFUL DRIVE FOR RENOVATION FUND 
REV. HARVARD IS HARVARD FELLOW 
FOUNDATION GRANTS TOTAL *30,000 

HARVEY, EARL 

HARVEY BATTLES LONG ODDS IN NFL BID 

HARVEY, GEORGE C. (CHAPEL HILL) 

•SUNDAY FOCUS' ON TAXES MISLEADING 



HARVEY, PHILIP 

FEDS WON'T PRESS ADAM & EVE CASE 

HARVIN, LUCIUS H. Ill (CEO-ROSE'S STORES) 

ROSE'S CONSTRUCTING DATA-PROCESSING CENTER IN HENDERSON 

HARVIN, OSCAR (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/RESTAURANT WORKER STRUCK WITH CLUB 

HARWARD, STEVE 

COMMISSIONERS APPROVE LINE FEE FOR ENHANCED 911 SERVICE 

HARWARD, VERNON JUDSON JR. (DECEASED) 
PROF VERNON J. HARWARD JR., 66 

HASKINS, CLEM (BASKETBALL COACH) 

NEXT TO »K', »V» AND THOMPSON, HASKINS IS NOVICE AT SWEET 16 

HASKINS, FRANKLIN (ARMED ROBBERY/KIDNAPPING CHARGES) 
DURHAM POLICE ARREST 2 IN CONVENIENCE-STORE HOLDUP 
TWO CHARGED WITH ROBBING STORE 
MAN FACING ANOTHER CHARGE 

ATTEMPTED THEFT IN BUTNER ADDED TO MAN'S CHARGES 
MAN FACES MORE ROBBERY CHARGES 
POLICE SAY ARRESTS OF SIX SOLVE 17 ARMED ROBBERIES 
POLICE SAY ARRESTS TO SOLVE 17 HEISTS 
DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH OXFORD ROBBERIES 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 5 
2 INMATES SLIDE FROM DURHAM COUNTY JAIL 
'BODY LICE' RUSE HELPED INMATES FLEE JAIL-SHERIFF 
STORE ROBBED; CLERK IDENTIFIES JAIL ESCAPEE 
OFFICERS NAB HASKINS AFTER ABC ROBBERY 

SHERIFF LEARY PLANNING CHANGES IN COUNTY JAIL/ESCAPE PROMPTS CALL FOR... 
ESCAPEE SURROUNDED, TEAR GASSED, ARRESTED AT MOTEL IN DURHAM 
AFTER THREE ROBBERIES, ABC CLERK SAYS THE NIGHT BRINGS TENSION NOW 
HASKINS SENTENCED TO 50 YEARS FOR SHOOTING BUTNER ABC OPERATOR 
PARHAM ESCAPE NETS WIFE 3-YEAR TERM 
TRIAL DELAYED 

40 YEARS ADDED TO ROBBER'S PRISON TIME 
MAN GETS 40 YEARS FOR DURHAM THEFTS 
ONE LESS UNKNOWN ENEMY 
MAN DRAWS 20 YEARS FOR ARMED ROBBERIES 
ROBBER RECEIVES 20-YEAR-TERM IN PLEA BARGAIN 
ROBBERY GUILTY PLEAS BRING 10-, 20- YEAR TERMS 

HASKINS, RON DR. 

WAYS AND MEANS STAFFERS DIFFER ON REAGAN LEGACY 

HASTINGS, JIM (BASEBALL CARDS) 

BASEBALL MADNESS; CARD COLLECTORS TAKE OVER UNIVERSITY MALL 



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P D — DATE- 



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E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



CHH 1 11/13/1989 A 1 P N M25 

CHH 1 12/07/1989 A 1 P N M20 

CHH 1 12/18/1989 A 1 P N M20 

CHH 1 12/21/1989 A 3 N M20 



CHH 1 1/26/1989 A 5 N U80 
H 2 2/10/1989 C 6 N U80 



H 2 1/30/1989 B 1 P N P38 
S 2 6/02/1989 A 14 P N 
S 2 6/08/1989 A 17 P N T32 



H 2 11/01/1989 D 1 P N M88 

CHH 1 3/19/1989 A 4 L 

CHH 1 5/04/1989 A 3 N H90 

H 1 11/17/1989 C 1 P N H60 

H 2 8/03/1989 B 9 N M51 

CHH 1 12/06/1989 A 3 P N M20 

H 2 4/19/1989 C 4 

H 2 3/24/1989 B 1 P U M14 



s 


2 


2/27/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


2/28/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


S 


2 


2/28/1989 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/03/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/06/1989 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 


3/21/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 


3/21/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


1 


3/24/1989 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


4/04/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


5/07/1989 A 





N M51 


H 


2 


5/08/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


5/10/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 


5/10/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 


5/11/1989 A 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


5/11/1989 A 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


5/18/1989 C 


1 


P N M51 


H 


2 


8/03/1989 C 


1 P N T33 


H 


2 


8/31/1989 B 


3 


N S32 


S 


2 


9/06/1989 A 


9 


N B53 


H 


2 


9/07/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


9/07/1989 C 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 


9/12/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


9/14/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


9/15/1989 A 


13 


N S82 


H 


2 


9/19/1989 B 


1 


N S82 



CHH 1 5/20/1989 A 



N S17 



CHH 1 4/08/1989 A 1 P N M70 



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HATCH, MABEL P. 

WABDELL EMBEZZLEMENT VICTIM SUES NCNB 

HATCHELL, SYLVIA RHYNE m „ MM , 
HATCHELL DELIVERS, BUT TAR HEELS DON'T 

HATCHER, EDDIE (LUMBERTON) 

ACTIVISTS CAN'T HAVE IT BOTH UAYS 

HATCHER HOPING FOR SANCTUARY ON IDAHO INDIAN RESERVATION 

INDIANS TO FIGHT EXTRADITION 

JUDGE GIVES HATCHER 2 DAYS TO SURRENDER 

HATCHER FAILS TO APPEAR FOR ARRAIGNMENT 

WARRANT ISSUED FOR ARREST OF HATCHER 

HATCHER ERODES FAITH OF COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

HATCHER SAYS EXTRADITION TO N.C, WOULD MEAN CERTAIN DEATH 

SHERIFF SAYS BIRTH CERTIFICATE MAY BLOCK REFUGE FOR HATCHER 

HATCHER FORMALLY ARRESTED BY TRIBAL COURT IN IDAHO T ^ TTinrr 

ROBESONIAN EDITOR TELLS JOURNALISTS 'INSIDE STORY' OF HOSTAGE INCIDENT 

INDIANS' SUIT ASKS FEDERAL COURT TO BLOCK EXTRADITIONS 

HOSTAGE ANNIVERSARY AT NEWSPAPER DRAWS JOKES AND CRANK CALLS 

TRIBAL JUDGE ISSUES AN ARREST WARRANT FOR EDDIE HATCHER 

FBI ARRESTS HATCHER AS ASYLUM BID FAILS _ „_ 

CALIFORNIA LAWYER TO ASK MAGISTRATE TO DENY EXTRADITION OF EDDIE HATCHER 

FEDERAL CHARGE AGAINST HATCHER MAY AVERT EXTRADITION HEARING 

HATCHER SAYS HE HAS NO REGRETS ABOUT SIEGE 

PROMISES TO JACOBS SHOULDN'T BE MADE 

JUDGE SETS $1 MILLION BAIL FOR HATCHER 

PAPERS REQUESTING HATCHER SENT TO CALIFORNIA 

2 DUKE STUDENTS FACE CHARGES 

CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED TO STOP EXTRADITION 

INDIAN ACTIVIST IS TURNED OVER TO N.C. AUTHORITIES 

CHRISTIC LAWYERS PLAN RESPONSE TO SANCTIONS CALL „„,,„,„- 

THESE ALLEGATIONS ARE ABSURD; COURT SHOULD REQUIRE CHRISTIC INSTITUTE... 

HATCHER'S RETURN HELPS DRAW CASE TO A CLOSE 

STATE FAILED TO INVESTIGATE PROBLEMS IN ROBESON COUNTY 

HATCHER'S ARRAIGNMENT SET TO RESUME TODAY 

SANCTIONS SOUGHT ON INDIAN ACTIVISTS' LAWYERS 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

A NOTE ON JUSTICE FOR THE NCCLU 

COLLEAGUES SUPPORTIVE OF ACTIONS— NAKELL 

HATFIELD, ANNE-LOUISE 

AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR BLIND TO HONOR NATIVE OF ROXBORO 

HAUPTMAN, JUDITH DR. „, „ 

SEXUAL DISCRIMINATION AMONG JEWS 2,000 YERS OLD, DUKE AUDIENCE TOLD 

HAVEL, VACLAV 

ONCE-DIMMED STARS SHINE IN EASTERN BLOC 

HAVERLAND, LARRY 

TAX NOT 'IMPACTING' SCHOOL BOARD AGENDA 

GREATER ROLE IN HIRING URGED BY MEMBER OF EDUCATION BOARD 

SCHOOL BOARD CUTS *50,000 FROM BUDGET 

HAVERLAND TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

HAVRILESKY, THOMAS M. DR. 
LENDING CRISIS IGNORED 

TAXPAYERS PUT AT RISK BY BANK DEREGULATION/THOMAS HAVRILESKY 
DUKE ECONOMIST TO PARTICIPATE IN SPECIAL TELEVISION BROADCAST 
BEWARE THE 1990S RECESSION 

HAWKE, JACK 

REPUBLICAN LEADER SAYS PARTY NEEDS TO IMPROVE IMAGE 
HAWKE RENAMED GOP CHAIRMAN 

HAWKINS, BYRON (POULTRY SPECIALIST) 

DISSONANCE IN THE POULTRY FARMING RANKS 

HAWKINS, DOUGLAS FRED (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 



CHH 1 7/04/1989 A 1 N H90 



H 2 1/25/1989 D 2 N 



CHH 1 


1/04/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/07/1989 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


1/11/1989 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 


1/17/1989 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 D 


9 


N 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 B 


4 P N 


S 


2 


1/24/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/26/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


1/27/1989 B 


10 P N 


H 


2 


1/28/1989 B 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


1/28/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


H 


2 


2/01/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


1 


2/02/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/11/1989 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 


3/11/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/12/1989 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/14/1989 C 


7 P N 


H 


2 


3/25/1989 A 


9 P N 


S 


2 


3/25/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


3/30/1989 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/01/1989 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 


4/06/1989 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 


4/14/1989 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


7/01/1989 B 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


7/03/1989 A 


3 


N S17 


H 


2 


7/06/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


7/06/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


7/19/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


9/06/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


9/09/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/16/1989 A 





N 


m 


1 


11/22/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHh 


1 


11/23/1989 A 


3 P N H90 



H 1 1/31/1989 B 1 N T33 



H 2 2/02/1989 C 2 P N J04 



S 2 12/30/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 4/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 



2 1/14/1989 A 
2 1/14/1989 A 
2 5/23/1989 C 
2 10/27/1989 A 



2 5/04/1989 C 
2 5/21/1989 B 



1 P N M25 
3 P N M25 
1 N T77 
1 N H90 



4 E 

4 U 

1 N 

4 E 



1 N R63 
5 P N L40 



CHH 1 9/17/1989 A 1 P N M25 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



SUSPECTS SNARED AFTER 7-HOUR CHASE (CORRECTED 2-5-89) 

POLICE HOLD 3 IN PAW SHOP THEFTS (CORRECTED 2-6-89) 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

POLICE AGAIN RE-IDENTIFY PAWN SHOP THEFT SUSPECT 

HAWKINS, JAMES R. (FORMER MAYOR) 

DEVELOPER FLANS 200-ACRE PROJECT NEAR 1-40, OLD 86 
ORDINANCE WOULD HURT BLACKS 
TRADE GROUP SUPPORTS GROWTH 

HAWKINS, JAMES THOMAS (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR BATTERS SLEEPING WOMAN WITH BRICK 

HAWKINS, JIMMY (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

BROTHERS CHARGED IN HOUSE SHOOTING 

HAWKINS, MICHAEL KEITH (ASSAULT CHARGES) 
BROTHERS CHARGED IN HOUSE SHOOTING 

HAWKINS, WILLIAM E. N. "BILL" 
BIRTHDAY BASH 

SUN POISED FOR 2ND SHINING CENTURY AFTER SHAKY START 
HERALD-SUN EXECUTIVES FEEL EARTHQUAKE 
FIRST VANN STORY WAS INSENSITIVE 

(Mun gni HOWARD 

REPUBLICANS UNCHARACTERISTIC IN CALL FOR EDUCATION SPENDING 

HAWTHORNE, STEPHEN L. 

NURSING SCHOOL OFFERS CONFERENCES 

HAY, MARK DR. 

HORSES HURT ISLANDS 

WILD HORSES' GRAZING THREATENS ISLANDS, UNC BIOLOGIST SAYS 

MAn'sAYS HE FEARED FOR PSYCHIATRIST'S LIFE 
VICTIM OF 1987 FIGHT CALLS SETTLEMENT 'FAIR' 

HAYDEN, JEFFREY 

SEARCH FOR PARTY A TRUE COMEDY OF ERRORS/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

HAYES, BEVERLY RENEE (DRUG CHARGES) 
TWO MEN ROB CABBIE 

HAYES, CHARLES (ILLINOIS) 

BLACK COALITION LEADER SAYS HE'S OPTIMISTIC ABOUT BUSH 

HAYES, HOWARD (FOOTBALL COACH) 

VANCE VIKINGS OPEN PLAYOFFS WITH GARNER 

HAYES, JAMES B. (PUBLISHER) 

CHAMBER EVENT TO FEATURE PUBLISHER 

PUBLISHER FAVORS MERGING OF BUSINESSES 

FORTUNE PUBLISHER FAVORS RESTRUCTURING 

HAYES, JEFFREY 

EAGLES' HAYES APPOINTED TO COMMITTEE 

HAYES, JESSE LEWIS (STABBED) 

POLICE LOG/SUSPECT IN STABBING ARRESTED 

HAYES, KEVIN (ARSON ARREST) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE BEER "STING" SNARES 27 STORE CLERKS 

HAYES, MICHAEL CHARLES (MURDER CHARGES) 

TRIAL EXPECTED TO REKINDLE TURMOIL OF FORSYTH SHOOTINGS 

INSANITY DEFENSE DEBATE GOES ON 

MICHAEL HAYES ACQUITTED IN FORSYTH SHOOTING SPREE 



S 
N E E 
P D — DATE — C 

CHH 1 2/04/1989 A 

S 2 2/04/1989 A 

H 2 2/05/1989 B 

CHH 1 2/06/1939 A 

H 2 2/07/1989 C 



CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 
H 2 2/28/1989 A 
S 2 5/24/1989 A 



H 2 8/21/1989 A 
H 2 6/08/1989 C 
H 2 6/08/1989 C 



S 2 3/02/1989 C 

S 2 4/19/1989 E 

S 2 10/18/1989 A 

H 2 11/19/1989 D 



S 2 9/26/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/24/1989 A 



S 2 3/11/1989 A 
H 2 3/14/1989 C 



CHH 1 7/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/13/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/05/1989 A 
H 2 7/20/1989 B 
H 2 2/01/1989 C 
H 2 11/09/1989 B 



H 2 2/15/1989 C 
H 2 3/15/1989 C 
S 2 3/15/1989 A 



H 2 4/26/1989 D 



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-P6 L P ML 

1 P N R63 
1 P N T37 
1 N 
1 N 
1 N M51 



1 M N R63 
4 L 
1 P N M06 



13 N M51 
4 N 
4 N 



1 P F M66 

2 P F S78 
1 N B53 
5 J 



5 J Oil 
5 P N 



1 N 
7 N U30 



3 N H90 
3 N H90 



7 U 

8 N M51 

2 P N K65 

3 P N B40 



1 P N 
1 P N C47 
1 P N M06 



H 


2 11/06/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/11/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 
H 
H 


2 3/27/1989 A 
2 4/10/1989 B 
2 4/15/1989 A 


13 
1 

1 


N 

N 
N 



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LAWMAKERS PREDICT INSANITY DEFENSE BILLS 

COMMITMENTS LAW PROPOSAL MAY HIT SNAG 

STATEWIDE CAMPAIGN ASKS ASSEMBLY TO CHANGE INSANITY LAW 

HAYES, THADDEUS EUGENE (MURDER VICTIM) 

FRANKLIN'S ATTORNEYS QUESTION 'DEALS' 
GRAVES DUG BEFORE KILLINGS — WITNESS 
FRANKLIN PLEADS GUILTY TO SLAYINGS 
CHRONOLOGY OF CASE 
BUCHANAN GOES FREE 

A CONVICTED KILLER GIVES HIS ACCOUNG/SUNDAY FOCUS! CRAIG FRANKLIN 
OFFICIALS SKEPTICAL OF FRANKLIN'S STORY/SUNDAY FOCUS! CRAIG FRANKLIN 
FRANKLIN! 'I NEEDED A LESSON AND I GOT IT' 

HAYNES, AL (PILOT) 

DOING JOB WAS PLENTY FOR UNITED PLANE CREW 

HAYNES, CHARLES C. JR. (CHEF) 
CHEFS' GROUP HONORS HAYNES 

HAYNES, SARA PALMER 

MANAGER LIKES RESPONSIBILITY OF JOB 

HAYS, BOB (GOLF) 

NEW FACES SURVIVE IN CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT 

HAYS, WAYNE 

CRANFORD RECEIVES AWARD (CORRECTION PRINTED 3-16-89) 
CORRECTIONS 

HEADEN, GREGORY T, 

MINISTERS TOLD! JOIN FIGHT AGAINST AIDS 

HEARON, JAMES EDWARD (TRAFFIC OFFENSE) 
CHASE, WRECK, ARREST 

HEATH, FRANK (CAT'S CRADLE) 

CRADLE OWNER FILES SUIT OVER LOAN 

HEATH, PERCY (MUSICIAN) 

JAZZ CONCERT HERALDS MONK INSTITUTE 

THELONIOUS ASSAULT; "FAMILY" REUNION PLANNED AT DUKE 

CHAPEL HILL MISSES CHANCE FOR 'ALL-AMERICA CITY' STATUS 
HEAVNER CRITICIZES DOWNTOWN CLEANUP 
PARTNERSHIP TO CONSIDER REPRESENTATION INCREASE 

HECKEL, ROBERT CLIFFORD (STABBING SUSPECT) 
50 STITCHES REQUIRED AFTER MAN STABBED 

HEDGEPETH, COREY 

HEDGEPETH OUTSTANDING IN LOSS/PREP CHECKLIST 
HEDGEPETH BLOSSOMS FOR VIKINGS 

HEDGES, MICHAEL 

'GUITAR ACROBAT' IS COMING TO CARRBORO 

HEDRICK, J. T. 

N.C. MEMORIAL'S RATES INCREASE 9.2X ON JULY 1 

HEEBNER GAIL (RALEIGH) 

THE VEGETARIAN PERSPECTIVE; NOT SO DIFFICULT, JUST AS TASTY... 

HEFFERNAN, MAUREEN __ .. 

THEATER THERAPY! PLAYMAKERS' GUEST DIRECTOR FINDS IT WORKS... 

HEFNER, BILL (D-N.C.) 

N.C. CONGRESSMEN HAD TOTAL OF $500,000 IN OUTSIDE INCOME IN '88 



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H 2 4/17/1989 C 1 P N 
CHH 1 4/17/1989 A 1 P N R63 
H 2 4/25/1989 C 8 N 



CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 1 N R63 

CHH 1 6/02/1989 A 1 P N M70 

CHH 1 6/02/1989 A 1 P N M70 

CHH 1 6/02/1989 A 1 N M70 

CHH 1 6/07/1989 A 1 N H90 

CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 9/03/1989 A 1 P N M70 

CHH 1 9/03/1989 A 1 P N M70 

CHH 1 9/03/1989 A 1 N M70 



S 2 7/28/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 5/26/1989 C 3 P N 

CHH 1 5/26/1989 A 3 P N D38 

S 2 6/29/1989 B 1 P N F25 



S 2 3/15/1989 A 1 P N M06 
S 2 3/16/1989 A 2 N 



H 2 7/01/1989 C 1 N C60 
H 2 11/02/1989 B 1 N M51 
CHH 1 6/23/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 1/01/1989 C 1 P N 
H 2 1/13/1989 D 11 P F W66 



CHH 1 5/15/1989 A 1 P N S17 
CHH 1 9/13/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 10/03/1989 A 1 P N M70 



H 2 2/27/1989 B 7 N 



s 
s 


2 
2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


9 


H 


2 



H 2 



9/12/1989 B 2 U P52 
9/13/1989 D 3 P N P52 



6/02/1989 D 6 P F 

5/10/1989 C 3 P N L90 

2/15/1989 B 1 M F S56 

3/02/1989 B 1 P F W66 

5/24/1989 D 11 N 



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CONGRESS MUST END APPEARANCE INCOME 

REP. HEFNER'S 1987-88 HONORARIA LISTED AT $52,500 

HEIDRICK, ROBERT L. (DUKE UNIV. GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOC.) 
DUKE TRUSTEES GET SIX NEU MEMBERS 

HEINEMANN, BEN (WOOD CARVER) 
CHAMPION CARVER 

HEIZER, WILLIAM DR. 

FITNESS THE CAROLINA WAY 

HELMS, JESSE (SENATOR) 

REAGAN YEARS GET MIXED REVIEW FROM HELMS 

HELMS! REAGAN LEAVING OFFICE WITH MIXED RECORD 

UADE SMITH PONDERS RACE AGAINST HELMS 

70,000 PROTEST ABORTION 

HOUSE ALSO SHOULD VOTE ABOUT BIG PAY RAISE 

HUNT ADVISED TO NOT OPPOSE HELMS 

ONLY OPENNESS SOVIET UNION SEEKS IS U.S. POCKETBOOK, HELMS WARNS 

SENATE CONFIRMS SULLIVAN TO HHS 98-1 

SCIENCE FINALIST 

BIG-BUCK SENATE CAMPAIGNS 

NOMINEE FACES GRILLING ON WARM MILK, CIGARETTES, DERRIERES 

HELMS INVESTIGATES OPIUM LAW 

ANOTHER HELMS-HUNT BATTLE? 

HE SAYS NO; LET'S SAY AMEN/SEN. HELMS OPPOSES PLAN TO SURVEY SEX HABITS 

STOMACH-TURNING SURVEY 

HELMS ENDORSES NCCU GRADUATE FOR LABOR POST 

SEN. HELMS AND THE JERKS 

FORMER AIDE FOR HELMS, EAS T FAC ES KIDNAPPING, SODOMY CHARGES 

MASS MAILING LIMIT SENDS BETTER MESSAGE 

'GAY PRIDE' SPEAKERS URGE DEFEAT OF HELMS 

LEGISLATOR PUSHING ANDY GRIFFITH TO RUN FOR HELMS' SENATE SEAT 

HELMS' CLOUT SHOWS SOME SIGNS OF AGE 

SURVEY FAVORS HUNT IN REMATCH WITH HELMS 

THIS TIME, BIRD BOG JESSE HELMS WAS RIGHT 

ELIMINATE HONORARIA FROM LAWMAKERS' PAY 

sen. sanford: FREQUENT FLYER 

CONGRESS SHOULDN'T BE ART CRITIC FOR NATION 

HELMS LOADS UP FOR ELECTION 

HELMS HALTS VOTE ON BUSH'S CHOICE TO RUN AMERICA'S FOREIGN SERVICE 

HELMS FOR SENATE COMMITTEE HAS ALREADY RAISED $1 MILLION 

SANFORD AND HELMS HAVE OPPOSITION REACTIONS ON DECISION TO DISBAND... 

THIS WORK ATTEMPTS TO EMBODY AMERICA'S ARROGANT, NEANDERTHAL. ..(CARTOON) 

HUNT SAYS HE WON'T SEEK 1990 REMATCH WITH HELMS 

GULLEY MAY BE SENATE CANDIDATE 

GULLEY 'UNLIKELY' CANDIDATE TO OPPOSE SENATOR HELMS 

HUNT SPARES TAR HEELS BY NOT FACING HELMS 

NO EFFORT ORGANIZED YET TO OPPOSE HELMS' ART BILL 

MARSICANO! 'PEER-REVIEW' MAY NEED REVAMPING 

FORMER STATE SENATOR PLANS TO FACE HELMS IN SENATE RACE 

SHADOWING HUNT-HELMS FIASCO 

HELMS DEFENDS AD SAYING PHOTOGRAPHER DIED OF AIDS 

HELMS ADS USE FEAR FOR POLITICAL GOALS 

HELMS RAISES BUNDLE, BUT... 

NEITHER VALENTINE, PRICE PLANS BID FOR U.S. SENATE 

INSIGHT/DEMOCRATIC PARTY NEEDS A SUPERMAN TO CHALLENGE SEN. HELMS 

CHARLIE ROSE CONSIDERS CHALLENGING JESSE HELMS 

1ST BLACK AT OLE MISS TAKES JOB WITH HELMS 

JAMES CAN HELP JESSE BETTER REPRESENT N.C. 

POLITICAL MARRIAGE BY SHIPWRECK 

NOW JIM... YORE FIRST JOB WILL BE TO FIND ME A TRANSF'CRTATIDN ADVISUH... 

DEMOCRATS LOSE BEST CHANCE 

FIGHT OVER ARTS FUNDS LONG WAY FROM END 

HELMS SAYS NORIEGA SHOT MAJOR, ATTACKS WHITE HOUSE INACTION 

BACK TO STANDARD OF DECENCY 

SENATE RACE CAN BE COMPARED TO BALL GAME, BOXING 

BLACK FORMER PRESS SEC. SAYS HELMS MISUNDERSTOOD 

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DEMOCRATS SET SIGHTS ON HELMS 

NWT^TElJo^VI^AMESE 1 ^^ HOPES HELMS SPEEDS REUNION WITH MOM 

HELMS PREACHES SPIRITUAL VALUES TO VA, FARMERS 

HELMS: NORIEGA CAN BE CAPTURED 

GOVERNOR: HELMS 'RIGHT ALL ALONG* ABOUT NORIEGA 

GANTT RECRUITS TRIANGLE BACKERS 

STATE DEMOCRATS FINDING SEN. JESSE HELMS TOUGH TO BEAT 

HELMS, JESSE, FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE 

HELMS REPORTS ASSETS WORTH AT LEAST $700,000 
HELMS: NORIEGA'S DAYS NUMBERED 

HELMS, KENNETH MADE (DRUG CHARGE) 
POSSESSION CHARGED 

HFI M£ PARK*? 

RALEIGH LAWYER PICKED TO HEAD DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

HELMSLEY, LEONA (HELMSLEY HOTELS) 

HELMSLEY DESERVED HER TOUGH SENTENCE 

HFMTNUAY JOHN 

PBS' 'TRAVELS' GETS ACROSS WONDER IN A LOW-KEY WAY 

HEMMERLEIN, ARTHUR DR. _ 

MEDIATION MAY LESSEN HOSTILITY IN CUSTODY DISPUTES 

HEMRICK, GUY HARRISON __ 

PUBLICATION BAN ASKED IN RECORD SUIT 

HENDERSON, ANTHONY (SHOOTING INCIDENT) 

POLICE ARREST 3 BROTHERS ON HEROIN, COCAINE CHARGES 

HENDERSON, CHIP (PHOTOGRAPHER) 

STATE-WIDE PHOTO OPPORTUNITY SET 

HENDERSON, DARRYL THOMAS (DRUG CHARGES) mMMm . ™»„™ 
POLICE ARREST 3 BROTHERS ON HEROIN, COCAINE CHARGES 

HENDERSON, FRANCES (ORANGE COUNTY WOMEN'S CENTER) m ^ Tn ^^ 

^ICU DIRECTOR OF COUNTY WOMEN'S CENTER HOPES TO REACH OUT TO MORE PEOPLE 

HENDERSON, GAIL mmm 

CHINA CRACKDOWN POSES QUANDARY FOR SCHOLARS 

HENDERSON, HAZEL (FUTURIST) 

FUTURIST WARNS OF CARELESS CONSUMPTION 

HENDERSON, JAMES ANTHONY (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE ARREST 3 BROTHERS ON HEROIN, COCAINE CHARGES 

HENDERSON, PHIL (BASKETBALL PLAYER) 
HENDERSON GIVES DEVILS A LIFT 
PHIL HENDERSON IS DUKE'S SECRET WEAPON 
HENDERSON LEAVING DUKE 

'HOMESICK' HENDERSON MAY FINISH COLLEGE CAREER AT ILLINOIS 
HENDERSON MUM 

HENDERSON RECEIVED DWI TWO WEEKS AGO 
NO ONE REASON PROMPTED HENDERSON DECISION 
ATHLETE'S HEARING RESET FOR AUG. 14 
HENDERSON TO RETURN TO DUKE _ 

HENDERSON RETURN BASED ON TRANSFER FAILURE 
HENDERSON BACK ON DUKE TEAM 
HENDERSON GETS DWI SENTENCE 

HENDERSON, RICK (CHAPEL HILL) 
LOW VOTE A GOOD SIGN 
LEGISLATORS SHOULDN'T RUN STATE CAMPUSES/GUEST COLUMNIST 

HENDON, WILLIAM 



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CHH 1 10/22/1989 A 1 N M20 

H 2 11/06/1989 B 1 P N K65 

H 2 11/28/1989 A 9 P N 

S 2 12/21/1989 A 1 P N E33 

H 2 12/28/1989 B 1 P N L40 

S 2 12/30/1989 A 1 P N Yll 

H 2 12/31/1989 D 2 U L40 



H 2 5/21/1989 B 7 N 
H 2 12/21/1989 A 1 P N 



H 2 11/03/1989 C 1 N S2 

H 2 1/15/1989 B 

S 2 12/14/1989 A 

H 2 10/01/1989 E 

S 2 1/18/1989 B 

CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 

S 2 1/13/1989 C 

S 2 3/30/1989 D 

S 2 1/13/1989 C 

CHH 1 4/26/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/02/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/30/1989 A 

S 2 1/13/1989 C 



S 2 2/09/1989 B 

S 2 3/31/1989 D 

H 2 6/13/1989 B 

H 2 6/14/1989 D 

S 2 6/14/1989 D 

H 2 6/18/1989 C 

H 2 6/18/1989 C 

H 2 7/19/1989 C 

H 2 8/21/1989 B 

H 2 8/23/1989 D 

H 2 8/31/1989 D 

S 2 9/09/1989 C 



H 2 1/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/03/1989 A 



1 P N L40 


4 E 


10 P R W66 


1 P F S27 


3 N M25 


1 N 


4P N 


1 N 


3 N 


3 P N L90 


10 N 


1 N 


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1 P U D18 
1 P N 
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1 N 

8 U M14 
3 N 

2 P N 

1 P N C52 
1 P N C49 

3 N 


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hendon says row reward mission was a success 

HENDRICKS, GARLAND "PETE" 

SECOND STUDENT FROM WRITING CLASS HITS PUBLISHING JACKPOT WITH NOVEL 
LIBRARY WRITER SERIES DRAWS BLOCKBUSTER NAMES 

HENDRIX, JIMI 

WOODSTOCK? 'I SAW A SEA OF PEOPLE...' 

HENERY, CHARLES HOYLE (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO ARRESTED ON CHARGES OF DWI 

HENNIS, TIMOTHY BAILY (CONVICTED OF MURDER) 
SOLDIER ACQUITTED OF THREE SLAYIN6S 

HENRY, BIG BOY 

A CUP OF THE BLUES AT DUKE COFFEEHOUSE/FOUR HEADLINERS 

HENRY, FREDDIE LEE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE THREE WITH DWI 

HENSON, LOU (BASKETBALL COACH) 

FINAL FOUR COACHES HEAP ON THE PRAISE 

HERBERT, GEORGE R. 

HERBERT GETS AWARD FROM BUSINESS GROUP 

BUSINESS GROUP HONORS PAIR FROM DURHAM 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE EXPECTS $90 MILLION IN BUSINESS 

RTI'S 1ST PRESIDENT TO STEP DOWN OCT. 1 

INSTITUTE'S PRESIDENT PLANS TO STEP DOWN 

HERBERT, ALSTON RECEIVE AWARD 

HERBIN, PATTY S. 

ALAMANCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHEDULES OPEN HOUSE AT $3 MILLION WING... 

HERBIN, SARAH 

GREENSBORO WOMAN HONORED FOR WORK WITH BLACK CHILDREN 

HERJE, SID (CARRBCRO) 

SEMI-AUTOMATICS NEEDED BY POLICE, CHIEF HERJE SAYS 

HERNDON, CLAUDE DAVID ANTHONY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/UNC POLICE CHARGE STUDENT WITH DWI 

HERNDON, NANNIE MAE 

DON'T RELOCATE NEWSPAPERS 

COUNTY DENIES HISTORIC RANK FOR HERNDON 

MYASTHENIA GRAVIS RESEARCH YIELDS DIVIDENDS 

HERNDON, PAUL DANIEL (DRUG CHARGES) 

ARRESTS INVOLVE $300 MILLION IN COCAINE 

POLICE ARREST 'MAJOR PLAYERS' IN DURHAM DRUG SALES 

HERON, BECKY 

MONEY RUMORS WORRY COUNCILS OF GOVERNMENT 

3 DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOST BID 

TREYBURN PLAN GETS COUNTY OK 

HERON! SCHOOL TAX NEEDS LONG, HARD LOOK 

WAKE PROTECTING WATERSHED 

JOINT MUSEUM POSES QUESTIONS OF FUNDING 

CHILD-ABUSE CONSULTANTS TO VISIT DURHAM AGENCIES 

LEGALITY OF 'SERVICE DISTRICT' SPLITS COUNTY TRIO 

MRS. HERON GETS SECOND TERM AS TRIANGLE J CHAIRMAN 

PAYBACK WORRIES BELL, MRS. HERON AFTER CORPORATE LOAN OFFER ON PARK 

RESTAURANT SITE 

TRIANGLE J COUNCIL ATTACKS ITS LOW ATTENDANCE 

U.S. COUNTIES GROUP TAPS MRS. HERON 

Li£RON nilWCAN 

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9/24/1989 D 



8/10/1989 D 
9/04/1989 A 
4/20/1989 B 
11/17/1989 D 
4/25/1989 A 
3/30/1989 B 



3/23/1989 C 
3/23/1989 C 
5/18/1989 B 
6/27/1989 A 
6/28/1989 C 
10/03/1989 A 



5/18/1989 C 
1/16/1989 A 
2/04/1989 A 
1/21/1989 A 



H 2 3/09/1989 A 
S 2 3/16/1989 A 
S 2 5/12/1989 B 



2 6/07/1989 A 
2 6/08/1989 A 



2/01/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/14/1989 
3/03/1989 
3/10/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/21/1989 
6/01/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/10/1989 
8/01/1989 
8/07/1989 
12/02/1989 



7 N D80 

3 P U H45 



7 P F 659 

3 N 

4 N 

4 P F B71 
7 N 
1 P U D18 



1 P N K65 

1 P N 

2 N K65 
1 P N S92 
1 P N K65 
1 P N C61 



1 N H60 
7 N 
1 P N C62 
3 N 



4 L 
1 M N H65 
1 P F S27 



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N M06 
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N H65 
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HEROS EGG^In!£CTION SYSTEM EXPECTED TO SAVE CHICKS FROM DISEASES 

HERRING, LOIS (CHAPEL HILL) 

DEM DISRESPECTFUL TO CITIZENS 
WILL PORTO DEFEND WATERSHED? 

HERRING, MIKE (DURHAM CO. DEPT. OF HEALTH) 

OH, THE WEATHER OUTSIDE IS ... WEIRD; ALASKA 

HERRINGTON, JOHN (U.S. ENERGY SECRETARY) _„_.._, „„ 
N.C. MADE A FIRST-CLASS BID TO BECOME SITE FOR COLLIDER 

hERSH DIANA 

LAUGHS SELL WELL 'UPSCALE'; COMIC REVIEW MARKET GROWS 

HERVE<- GIL, MYRIAM „ 

LA P'TITE CIE TICKLES FUNNYBONE AT ADF 

HERUEYER, CARL E. REV. 

BRAGGTOWN BAPTIST MINISTER RESIGNS 

HERZENBERG, JOSEPH A. 

RESIDENTS ASK DELAY OF UNC HOUSE SWAP 

TOWN MAY GET NICARAGUA^ SISTER 

RIGHTS HEARING DRAWS 65 

OFFICIALS TO CONSIDER HOW TO MEET HOUSING NEEDS OF AIDS PATIENTS 

CHAPEL HILL RESIDENTS CEASE OPPOSITION TO HOUSE SWAP 

PORTION OF TRAIL DEDICATED 

ORANGE COUNTY RESIDENTS PROTESTING SHEETS ACGUITAL 

TWENTY YEARS LATER; ORANGE CO. RESIDENTS TO JOIN GAY RIGHTS MARCH 

•GAY PRIDE' SPEAKERS URGE DEFEAT OF HELMS 

COUNCIL TO CONSIDER TREE PROTECTION LAW 

CANDIDATE URGED DISCLOSURE RULE ADOPTION 

TREE ORDINANCE COMPROMISE GOAL OF TASK FORCE CHAIRMAN 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN FLAG IN THE WIND? 

HESSE, PAUL (SOCCER) 

KNIGHTS' SOCCER PROGRAM AMONG THE BEST 

HESSEKIEL, JEFFREY 

GLOSSY MAGAZINE PRODUCED BY STUDENTS TO DEBUT AT BUKE 

HESTER, CHRISTINE WEBB (HIT-AND-RUN DRIVING CHARGES) 
3 ARRESTED IN FATAL HIT-AND-RUN 

HESTER, DAVID W. (LARCENY CHARGE) 

TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

HESTER, JAMES (FOOTBALL) 
HORNETS ON PARADE 

HESTER, PATRICK (MURDER CHARGE) 

CLERK KILLED; TEEN CHARGED IN HENDERSON 

HESTER, REBECCA 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT IN PERSON SEEKING HOME-HEALTH AIDES 

HESTER, THOMAS LEE (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/SHOOTING CASE SUSPECT HELD ON '84 CHARGE 

HETTLEMAN, RUTH 

HETTLEMAN GRANT TO FUND HUMANITIES FELLOWSHIPS 

HEUSEL BARBARA 

THE ARTSCHOOL IS PAINTING A FULL SCHEDULE OF CLASSES IN '89 

HEWITT, ROBERT JOSEPH (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING 



H 2 2/09/1989 C 9 P N K45 



CHH 1 3/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/31/1989 A 



H 2 1/31/1989 A 

S 2 1/25/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/28/1989 A 

S 2 7/12/1989 A 

H 2 2/11/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/07/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/29/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/17/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/13/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/02/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/02/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 

H 2 6/25/1989 B 

CHH 1 9/18/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/21/1989 A 

CHH 1 10/23/1989 A 

CHH 1 12/10/1989 A 



S 2 11/11/1989 B 
H 2 3/21/1989 C 
H 2 2/09/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 
S 2 2/09/1989 B 
H 1 12/12/1989 C 
H 1 7/12/1989 C 
H 2 12/19/1989 C 
CHH 1 5/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/29/1989 A 



4 L 
4 L 



1 P N N36 
4 L 
1 P N C62 
3 P R B71 
7 P N 



1 P N M70 
3 P N M70 
3 P N S17 
1 N S17 
1 N M70 
1 P N D38 
3 P N S17 
3 P N S17 
1 P N S22 
3 P N H90 
3 N C62 
3 P N W57 
3 N 



3 P N A76 
1 P N N36 
1 N 

3 N H90 

4 P P T32 
1 N 

1 N H60 
1 N M51 

6 N 

3 P N C62 

7 N 



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HEWLETT, ADDISON JR. (DECEASED) 

ADDISON HEWLETT J*. , KEY FIGURE IN CREATING UNC AT WILMINGTON 

HEYDEN, SIEGFRIED DR. 

DXTOR TO TALK ON CHOLESTEROL 

HEYMAN, ART 

HEYMAN! IT'S TIME TO 'GROW UP' 

HEYMANN, HARALD DR. 

TV CAMERAS READY TO JOIN DRILLS AS DENTAL TOOLS 

HICKEY, JIM (FOOTBALL) 

50-0 ! THANKSGIVING DAY MASSACRE 

HICKLE, DONALD (TRUCK ACCIDENT VICTIM) 

TRUCK DRIVER DIES IN FIERY 1-85 WRECK 

HICKMAN, MICHAEL (TEACHER) 

EDUCATORS TAKE ECONOMICS STUDY IN STRIDE 

HICKS, ALTON LEUIS (DWI CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/DRIVER FACES WRECK CHARGES 

HICKS, BERNARD (DRUG CHARGES) 

COCAINE FOUND ON N.C. MAN KILLED IN NEW JERSEY SHOOTING 

HICKS, BETH (GASTONIA) 

ADMINISTRATION PLAGUED AGAIN 

HICKS, EDWARD LEROY (SHOOTING VICTIM) 
OFFICER PROBED BY SBI IN SHOOTING 

HICKS, MARK ALLEN 

HICKS TAKES TO ROAD IN STYLE 

HICKS, MIKE (CADDY) 

HICKS FINDS GREEN FIELDS AS PGA TOUR CADDY 

HICKS, RICHARD 

TEACHER CHARGES JOB DISCRIMINATION 
WHAT SHAPED AN ALL-BLACK HILLSIDE HIGH? 

HICKSON, ARTHUR 0. 

ARTHUR 0. HICKSON, 93, RETIRED DUKE MATH PROF 

HIGBY, SHA SHA 

SHA SHA HIGBY TO OPEN NEU SERIES AT DUKE 
SHOW CONVEYS SENSE OF SPIRIT TRANSFORMED 

HIGGINBOTHAM, SUSAN 

7 ANTI-ABORTION DEMONSTRATORS ARRESTED AT DURHAM RALLY 

DURHAM CLINIC SEEKS TO HALT PRO-LIFERS (CORRECTION PRINTED 7-26-89) 

ANTI-CHOICE TWISTS WORDS 

DEMONSTRATORS FOUND GUILTY OF TRESPASSING 

JURY DELIBERATING CASE AGAINST ABORTION FOE 

HUNG JURY BRINGS MISTRIAL IN ABORTION-PROTEST CASE 

PROSECUTOR WILL RETRY ABORTION-FITTEST CASES 

HIGGINS, GEORGE ALLEN (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/STUDENT CHARGED WITH DWI 

HIGGINS, SHANNON (SOCCER) 

HIGGINS LOOKS LIKE A UINNER 

HIGGINS, WILLIAM LT. COL. 
A SENSELESS LYNCHING 
WHY ARE WE THE VICTIMS? 



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1 P U M88 


S 


2 3/06/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 11/16/1989 B 


1 P Q L22 


H 


2 9/09/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


C* 


1 1/02/1989 A 


1 N C62 


H 


2 11/17/1989 C 


1 N R63 


H 


2 1/19/1989 B 


2 PN 


H 


2 7/26/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 4/04/1989 C 


1 N T33 


S 


2 5/23/1989 A 


6 P F G59 


H 


2 4/21/1989 B 


1 P U C49 


S 
H 


2 6/13/1989 A 
2 10/27/1989 A 


12 N S92 
1 N C47 



H 2 10/16/1989 B 12 P 



H 
H 


2 

2 


9/17/1989 E 
9/20/1989 C 


10 P N 
2 R PIO 


H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 


2 7/02/1989 A 
2 7/24/1989 A 
2 7/24/1989 A 
2 8/09/1989 C 
2 9/14/1989 C 
2 9/15/1989 C 
2 11/03/1989 A 


1 P N T32 
1 P N S82 
4 L 
1 N S82 
1 N S82 
1 N S82 
10 N B53 



CHH 1 3/04/1989 A 2 N 
H 2 10/27/1989 B 1 P N M88 



H 2 8/03/1989 A 
H 2 8/10/1989 A 



4 E 
4 E 



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COME 'N' GET IT/MEET MISS GRACE AND REGULARS 

HIGH, DOUG (CREEDMOOR) 

CREEDMOOR CANDIDATES GIVE THEIR VIEWS 

HIGH, ESTHER _ _ „„ WMt 

OFFICIALS CITE NEED FOR MORE TEEN SHELTERS 

MIGHT AL 

3 DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOST BID 
HIGHT WON'T RULE OUT A BID FOR SHERIFF 
AL HIGHT, DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONER (AD) 
HIGHT ADS SUPPORT BETTER PAY FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS 
HIGHT SAYS HE MAY RUN FOR SHERIFF OR COMMISSION 

HIGHT, HENRY (JUDGE) 

JUDGE RECOMMENDS ALAMANCE GET BUSY ON NEW COURTHOUSE 

HILE, JAMES W. 

BANDS GIVE HILE BATON 

HILL, ALLIE GRUBB (CENTENA RIAN TWIN) 

BUSH SENDS BIRTHDAY LETTER TO TWINS WHO WILL BE 105 

FOR OLDEST TWINS (105), THERE WILL BE GREAT BIRTHDAY HOOPLA 

TWINS CELEBRATE THEIR 105TH BIRTHDAY 

WORLD'S OLDEST TWINS TURN 105 

HILL, ANDREW (PIANIST) 

PIANIST IS A JAZZ 'RECONSTRUCTIONIST' 

HILL, ANDREW WINSTON "MAYOR" (DECEASED) ~~ ' 

ANDREW WINSTON 'MAYOR' HILL, OPERATOR OF BAHAMA STORE 

HILL, CLARENCE _ 

NEW BETHESDA LIBRARY MOST MODERN IN STATE 

HILL, DAN (IRON DUKES) 

'30S DUKE FOOTBALL STAR, DAN HILL, DIES 

DAN HILL, IRON DUKES' MAINSTAY, IS DEAD AT 72 

HILL, DON (DON HILL'S LOCK AND GUN SHOP) 

DURHAM POLICE, GUN BUFFS VOICE ASSAULT-RIFLE DEBATE 

HILL, ELAINE (N.C, MEMORIAL HOSPITAL) 
GIFTS FOR THE HOSPITAL-BOUND 

HILL GEORGE WATTS 

'HILL, STILL GOING STRONG AT 87, EXCITED ABOUT ANOTHER BUILDING 
NEW ERA OF BANKING RAPIDLY TAKES HOLD IN DURHAM 
GROUND-BREAKING TO HIGHLIGHT ALUMNI ACTIVITIES 
THE GEORGE WATTS HILL GENEROSITY 
OFFICIALS BREAK GROUND FOR UNC ALUMNI CENTER 

HILL, GRANT (BASKETBALL) 

BLUE DEVILS BEAT HEELS IN BATTLE FOR GRANT HILL 

HILL, JANET (COOKING CONTEST WINNER) 
RECIPE FOR COOKING STARDOM 

HILL, JENNI 

DUKE NURSE PLAYS ACTIVE ROLE IN PATIENTS' REHABILITATION PROCESS 

HILL, JOHN DR. 

GIFTS FOR THE HOSPITAL-BOUND 

HILL, JOHN SPRUNT 

DUBOSE WILL LARGEST IN COUNTY IN 25 YEARS 

HILL, LINDA (POLICE OFFICER) 
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P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

CHH 1 11/12/1989 A 1 P N S17 
H 1 10/27/1989 C 1 N T33 
S 2 7/20/1989 C 1 P N H65 



S 2 2/08/1989 A 1 N M06 

S 2 2/25/1989 A 1 P N B53 

H 2 6/04/1989 A 9 P A 

S 2 6/07/1989 B 1 P N H65 

S 2 12/13/1989 A 1 N H65 



H 1 5/06/1989 C 1 N T35 
CHH 1 8/30/1989 A 7 P N 



H 2 1/05/1989 D 4 N 

H 2 1/08/1989 C 1 U N36 

H 2 1/14/1989 B 4 N 

H 2 1/14/1989 C 1 P P T32 



H 2 2/14/1989 B 1 P R S66 
H 2 2/03/1989 C 2 
S 2 6/27/1989 A 1 P N S92 



S 2 8/25/1989 A 1 P P80 
H 2 8/26/1989 A IPO 



S 2 3/24/1989 A 1 P Q B53 
CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 3 P N U57 



H 2 1/03/1989 C 1 P N K65 

S 2 4/19/1989 F 7 P F M06 

CHH 1 5/06/1989 A 10 P N 

H 2 5/13/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 5/14/1989 A 1 P N S17 



H 2 9/19/1989 B 2 N M88 

H 2 2/12/1989 E 2 P F Zll 

H 2 12/13/1989 C 2 P N D80 

CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 3 P N W57 

S 2 9/13/1989 A 1 P N B53 

S 2 12/16/1989 B 1 P P S76 



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HILL, MARTHA (DANCE) 

ADF AWARD HONORS DANCE PIONEERS 

HILL, MAURICE 

HILL TAKES TITLE ; BEGGARLY WINS RACE 

HILL, ROBERT (INSTITUTE FOR URBAN RESEARCH) 

UPCOMING 1990 CENSUS SAID CRUCIAL TO BLACKS 

HILL, SUSIE 

DURHAM TRIO STATE TENNIS CHAMPS 

HILL, WATTS JR. 

DURHAM TECH BUILDS INDUSTRIAL BASE, GIVES TRIANGLE EDGE 



HILLMER, NORMAN DR. 

CANADIAN HISTORIAN SAYS U.S. 



•HATED, BUT LOVED' 



HILTON, JOHN (DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER) 

ANIMAL CONTROL'S OFFICER HILTON REPRESENTS KINDER, GENTLER BREED 

HILTON, RAY KENNETH (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/ ASKED FOR DIRECTIONS, MAN ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 

HINES, CLARKSTON (FOOTBALL PLAYER) 

FOR HINES, IT'S ANOTHER SUMMER, ANOTHER SURGERY 

FOOTBALL '89/A BOLT FROM THE BLUE (SPECIAL SECTION) 

HINES BEATS LONG ODDS AT DUKE 

FOOTBALL '89! CATCH HIM IF YOU CAN 

HINES MAKING HIS BID TO BE THE BEST - PERIOD 

BLUE DEVILS FIND NEW WAY TO WIN 

CLARKSTON HINES! A CLASS ACT 

HINES' [REAMS COME TRUE IN THE PLACE THEY BEGAN 

HINES ALL-AMERICAN ON TWO TEAMS 

HINES LEADS VOTING FOR ALL-ACC TEAM 

HINES EARNS ACT PLAYER OF YEAR 

THE ACC'S BEST/DUKE'S SPURRIER, HINES CLAIM LEAGUE'S TOP HONORS 

HINES, PORT ALL-AMERICANS 

ROLE OF HERO FITS HINES WELL 

HINES, CUTHBERT AMONG HEISMAN CANDIDATES, THANKS TO SPURRIER 

HINES ADDS AP ALL-AMERICA TEAM TO HONORS LIST 

HINES DESERVES ACCOLADES 

CLARKSTON HINES TO CAP STELLAR CAREER IN BOUL 

HINES! U WE WEREN'T PREPARED' FOR TECH 

HINES, MARCONO DR. (NCCU STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE) 
NCCU OFFICIAL RAPS STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES 
NCCU BOARD OKS 2 Of 3 PROPOSED FEE HIKES 

HINKLEY, JIM (LAND STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL) 

RELIGIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP SPREADS ITS WORD 

HINSELEY, CLIFTON BERNICE SR. (DECEASED) 

CLIFTON HINSELEY SR., GRADING CONTRACTOR 

HINSHAW, ARNED LEE SR. DR. (DECEASED) 

ARNED LEE HINSHAW SR., DOCTOR, LAWYER 

HINSON, CAROL ANN (MURDER VICTIM) 

COURT REFUSES TO HEAR APPEAL IN KLAN CASE 

HINSON, FALLY (CENTENARIAN) 

DURHAM IS HOSPITABLE HOME TO LONG-LIVED CITIZENS 

HINSON, PATRICK (BALLET) 

KAY LOWE HEADLINES ART AUCTION 

HINTON, CHARLES DUDLEY "CHUCH" 
NCCU HALL OF FAME INDUCTS 7 



S 2 6/12/1989 C 1 P N B71 

H 2 9/05/1989 B 2 P N M64 

CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 3 N S17 

S 2 6/20/1989 D 4 N A76 

S 2 4/19/1989 G 6 P F S92 

H 2 4/09/1989 B 4 P U H49 

H 2 7/19/1989 C 1 P N Bll 

H 2 8/06/1989 B 4 N M51 



H 


2 7/13/1989 D 


1 P U C52 


S 


2 8/23/1989 D 


1 P P 


S 


2 8/23/1989 D 


3 P F D18 


H 


2 8/24/1989 D 


1 T F C50 


H 


2 8/24/198? D 


23 P F M88 


H 


2 11/05/1989 C 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 11/10/1989 B 


1 P N D18 


H 


2 11/19/1989 C 


3 P N B40 


H 


2 11/19/1989 C 


3 N 


S 


2 11/21/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 11/22/1989 D 


1 P N 


5 


1 11/22/1989 D 


1 P N 


S 


2 11/28/1989 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 12/01/1989 B 


1 P U M88 


H 


2 12/03/1989 C 


2 U C4? 


H 


2 12/06/1989 D 


1 P N 


S 


2 12/07/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 12/27/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 12/29/1989 B 


3 N M88 


H 


2 2/15/1989 C 


1 N N36 


H 


2 2/16/1989 C 


1 N HS6 



H 2 2/27/1989 B 1 N 

H 2 1/20/1989 C 12 

H 2 2/21/1989 B 6 

H 2 2/22/1989 B 6 N 

S 2 4/19/1989 B 1 F S27 

H 2 3/29/1989 D 10 P N 

S 2 4/25/1989 C 5 P N A76 



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HINTON, GREGORY B. (DANCER) __ 

DANCER RETURNS TO HIS NATIVE DURHAM TO 'TOE THE LINE' 

HINTON, SAMUEL LEE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/DWI CHARGE FOLLOWS ACCIDENT 

HIPPS, CHARLES „ 

GETTING UNC GOVERNORS BOARD SPOT TAKES REAL POLITICS 

HIROHITO, EMPEROR 

EMPEROR DEFEATED IN WAR UNCONQUERABLE IN DEATH 

THE DEATH OF A FIGUREHEAD GOD 

NEW EMPEROR'S REIGN HAS WORTHWHILE GOAL 

HIROHITO'S DEATH CAUSES CHANGE IN JAPANESE IMPERIAL SYSTEM 

HISS, WILLIAM C. 

STUDENT ESSAYS VITAL TO COLLEGE ADMISSIONS 



S 2 6/23/1989 C 1 P F B71 
CHH 1 6/07/1989 A 9 N 
H 2 2/19/1989 A 1 N L40 



HITCHCOCK, ROBYN (MUSICIAN) 

HITCHCOCK HAPPY WITH 'SOCIALLY DIFFICULT' 



'QUEEN ELVIS' 



HITCHINGS, GEORGE HERBERT DR. __ 

NOBEL WINNERS SAY HELPING OTHERS TOPS PRIZE AS THEIR REWARD 
HEALTH FAIR HONORS VOLUNTEERS/TUESDAY TALK 
RTP SCIENTIST: CONSUMERS TO PAY RISING AIDS COSTS 
HITCHINGS, OTHERS WEIGH COSTS OF AIDS, DRUG ABUSE, SICKLE CELL 
'VIRUSES AND CANCER' SYMPOSIUM TOPIC 
HITCHINGS RECEIVES SCHWEITZER PRIZE 
EILBER WINS YMCA AWARD 
RED CROSS DRIVE 

IT'S A RED-LETTER DAY FOR THE RED CROSS/TUESDAY TALK 
HITCHINGS HONOR HELPS RED CROSS 
RED CROSS, COLLEGE TO GET HITCHINGS GIFTS 

RED CROSS CENTER NAMED IN HONOR OF GEORGE HITCHINGS 

A CAMPAIGN FOR LIFE; RED CROSS CHAPTER SEEKS $1.6 MILLION FOR NEW CENTER 

HITCHINGS ON TV 

MODIFY OR REMOVE CAPITAL GAINS TAX 

SLURS ON AH PRICE CUT UNDESERVED— NOBELIST 

AZT-hAKER DESERVES PRAISE, NOT CRITICISM 

SINGING THE BODY TECHNICAL; MUSEUM'S NEW SHOW CELEBRATES THE PHYSICAL 

EXHIBIT OFFERS NEW DIMENSION TO THE HUMAN BODY 

DR. HITCHINGS: NO SHORTCUT TO AIDS VACCINE 

HITCHINGS, ELION NAMED CITY AMBASSADORS 

NOBEL-WINNING DIPLOMATIC CORPS 

HIXON, ERMA C. (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 

THREE WOMEN KILLED IN TWO AUTO ACCIDENTS 

KOBBS, MARCUS DR. 
NEW OFFICERS 
RTI'S 1ST PRESIDENT TO STEP DOWN OCT. 1 

HOBGOOD, ROBERT H. 

JUDGE ISSUES SUIT DISMISSAL EXPLANATION 

hoch, scon 

HQCH'S 'CINDERELLA STORY' TAKES UNEXPECTED ROLL/THE MASTERS 
FALDO GETS FITTED AFTER HOCH FADES/THE MASTERS 
HOCH CAN'T SHAKE SIGHT OF MISSED PUTT 

HODGES-COPPLE, JOHN 

EDITORIALS ARE MISLEADING 



H 


2 


1/08/1989 A 


2 P U H49 


H 


2 


1/10/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/10/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/17/1989 B 


3 N 


S 


2 


9/22/1989 A 


10 P N 


H 


2 


6/11/1989 E 


12 P F H90 


H 


2 


1/01/1989 C 


5 N 


H 


2 


2/21/1989 A 


6 P U W15 


S 


2 


2/28/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


1 


2/28/1989 C 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


3/21/1989 A 


5 P N 


S 


2 


3/23/1989 A 


15 P N 


S 


2 


4/28/1989 A 


1 P N H65 


s 


2 


5/10/1989 A 


6 P P S76 


H 


2 


5/16/1989 A 


6 P U W15 


H 


2 


6/11/1989 B 


5 N 


S 


2 


6/12/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


6/13/1989 C 


8 N K65 


H 


2 


6/16/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


6/19/1989 A 


8 P P 


CHH 1 


8/22/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


9/20/1989 A 


1 P N K65 


S 


2 


9/21/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/29/1989 D 


9 P R W66 


S 


2 


9/29/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 10/22/1989 D 


9 N 


S 


2 11/29/1989 A 


1 P N E33 


H 


2 


12/02/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


7/17/1989 B 


1 N M51 


S 


2 


5/06/1989 A 


5 P P S73 


S 


2 


6/27/1989 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 10/18/1989 C 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


4/10/1989 B 


2 P U C49 


H 


2 


4/10/1989 B 


2 P N C49 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 D 


1 P N C49 



H 2 11/01/1989 A 4 L 



HODGES, BETTY 

A SUFtRB MESSENGER 
BOOK COLUMNISTS TO LEAD NINTH ST. 
HERALD WRITERS RECEIVE AWARDS 
WRITERS TO HONOR BOOK COLUMNIST 
THIS WRITER EARNED APPLAUSE 



TOUR 



H 


2 


1/06/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/29/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/19/1989 A 


4 


U 633 



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BETTY HODGES THE GREATEST 
A FAN OF BETTY HODGES 

HODGES, DON (WAL-MART) 

WAL-MART FLOODED WITH JOB SEEKERS 

HODGES, DOUG 

PRINCIPAL IS EXCELLENT 

HODGES, ED 

A SUPERB MESSENGER 

HERALD WRITERS RECEIVE AWARDS 

ON STAGE OR OFF, LUCY LEFT HER AUDIENCES WITH LASTING IMPRESSIONS 

'SCOOP' WORE HIS FAME LIGHTLY 

A DISCONCERTING AUDIENCE WITH CHINA'S LEADER 

TWO POLISH LEADERS, TWO DIFFERENT STYLES 

BETWEEN THE LINES OF FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE 

HAVING A POOL REPORTER IS NOT BEST TO BEING THERE 

THE TEST OF TIME: A 24-YEAR-OLD INTERVIEW WITH MICK JAGGER 

SOVIET GENERAL IMPRESSED BY U.S. FIREPOWER AT FORT BRAGG 

INSIGHT/'CAT GOT HIM'; AND THE BENGALS ARE STILL PROWLING IN INDIA 

SOVIETS REVIEW FIRE POWER— AND MORE 

PERU'S ECONOMY: HAVES, HAVE-NOTS 

SORTING PRESIDENTIAL STEPS TO THE BERLIN MIRACLE 

THE WORLD RUNNING HEADLONG TOWARD DISASTROUS OIL CRISIS 

CHINKS IN CEAUSESU'S ARMOR 

PRESIDENTS KEPT EYES ON HISTORY THROUGH IMPROBABLE 'BO'S 

HODGES, EMILY 

ACTIONS DON'T DETER PATIENTS, LOCAL CLINIC EMPLOYEE SAYS 

HODGES, HELEN 

PRINCIPAL IS EXCELLENT 

HODGES, LUTHER (EX-GOVERNOR) 

AMERICA'S LARGEST RESEARCH PARK BEGINS AS EFFORT TO AVOID BRAIN DRAIN 

HODGES, RENEE 

BOOK LISTS HOME RESOURCES IN TRIANGLE 

THE BEST KEPT SECRETS OF THE TRIANGLE ARE NOW YOURS FOR THE ASKING 

HODGES, WILLIAM (ESCAPED PRISONER) 

POLICE LOG/PRISONER AT HOSPITAL GETS AWAY 

HODG£S<- COPPLE, JOHN 

SOUTH BEHIND OTHER REGIONS IN CONSERVING NATURAL RESOURCES 

HODGIN, BILL (FOOTBALL COACH) 

FAST START HAS CHAPEL HILL THINKING PLAYOFFS 

HODGIN, JAMES L. (CIRCLE K LAWSUIT) 
GROUP ENTERS ZONING DEBATE 

HODGSON, JOANNE 

A CRAFTY IDEA THAT GREW 

HOETGER, JON 

PROTEAN WILL FINE-TUNE SHOPPING CENTER' PLANS 
BUFFERS WOULD PROTECT LAND, DEVELOPER SAYS 

HOFFMAN, ABBIE 

TWO HEROES— MILES APART; HOFFMAN AND ROBINSON BOTH MADE DIFFERENCES 
SECRECY AND POWER 

HOFFMAN, IRVING (DURHAM CO. HEALTH DEPT.) 

HEALTH OFFICIALS EYE SPOTTED-FEVER CLAIMS 

HOFFMAN, MARI E (MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUIT) 

FAYETTEVILLE WOMAN FILES SUIT AGAINST DUKE MEDICAL CENTER 



N 


E 


E 




L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


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H 


2 


8/24/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


10/05/1989 A 


4 


L 


CH> 


1 1 


4/28/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


H 




1/18/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


1/06/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/28/1989 C 


2 


U H49 


H 


2 


6/10/1989 A 


4 


J H49 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 E 


2 P U H49 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 E 


4 P U H49 


H 


2 


8/13/1989 E 


12 


U H49 


H 


2 


8/27/1989 E 


2 P U H49 


H 


2 


9/16/1989 A 


1 P U H49 


H 


2 10/07/1989 A 


1 


P N H49 


H 


2 10/08/1989 D 


2 


U H49 


H 


2 


10/22/1989 D 




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P U H49 


H 


2 


11/05/1989 


3 P U H49 


H 


2 11/19/198 


2 P U H49 


H 


2 


12/03/1989 D 


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P U H49 


H 


2 12/17/1989 D 


2 P 


H 


2 12/31/1989 D 


2 


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CHH 1 4/13/1989 A 



N S17 



H 


2 


1/18/1989 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 F 


3 P F B53 


S 

H 


3 

c 

2 


6/23/1989 A 
7/02/1989 D 


6 P F G59 
3 P U H45 


H 


2 10/28/1989 C 


1 N C47 


H 


n 


7/05/1989 B 


7 N K65 


H 


2 


9/07/1989 D 


3 P N B40 


CHH 


1 


12/01/1989 A 


3 N C62 


H 


2 


10/08/1989 E 


1 P F S56 


CHH 

cm 


1 

1 


1/31/1989 A 
3/02/1989 A 


3 N M70 
1 N M70 


H 
CHH 


2 
1 


4/17/1989 A 
12/17/1989 A 


4 E 
2 P N M70 


S 


3 


7/13/1989 C 


1 N H65 


H 


2 


4/27/1989 B 


9 N 



HOFFMAN, MARVIN K. (CHATHAM COUNTY MANAGER) 



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CHATHAM OFFICIAL URGES MONITORING OF SEWAGE 

CHATHAM COUNTY WORKERS MAY GET A 4-PERCENT RAISE 

LAND NEAR PITTSBORO INTAKE NOT SLATED FOR SLUDGE — OWNER 

CHATHAM WANTS PUBLIC FORUM ON WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITY 

CHATHAM CO. RESIDENTS MAY SEE TAX HIKE 

CHATHAM BOARD TO HOLD BUDGET HEARING MONDAY 

HOFFMAN DEFENDS 62-PERCENT LANDFILL INCREASE 

CHATHAM HEARS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION REPORT 

FIREFIGHTERS RALLY SUPPORT FOR HOFFMAN _ 

HOFFMAN'S STATUS WITH COUNTY BOARD SPECULATION TOPIC 

HOFFMAN SAYS HE'LL RESIGN MANAGER POST AT YEAR'S END 

COUNTY TO RECONSIDER INSURANCE PROPOSAL _ 

HOFFMAN'S DECISION NO SURPRISE, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SAY 

CHATHAM TO PAY HOFFMAN THROUGH FEBRUARY 

BOARD GIVES HOFFMAN EARLY LEAVE 

HOGAN, DAVID (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

SHOOTING SPREE IN HILLSBOROUGH LEAVES ONE HURT 

HOGAN, DICK (BURLINGTON) _ ^ „ „, 

HE'S NOT QUITE BEN, BUT HOGAN CRAFTS ONE-STCOKE LEAD AT OCI 

HOGAN, FRANCES (UNC) 
HEALTHY REWARD 

HOGAN, JUDY (CHAPEL HILL) 

•FREE POETIC FORMAT SETS TONE FOR LOVE 

THE WRITE STUFF: GARDEN OF EATON YIELDS 'PEBBLE' STORIESS 

THIS 'LIGHT FOOD' IS RICH POEM 

FREE FICTION COURSES OFFERED AT LIBRARIES 

HOGAN, SARAH __ „„ 

DURHAM DELEGATES DO WELL IN STATE SPECIAL OLYMPICS 

HOGAN, STEPHEN BLAKE 

DURHAM TEEN WINS OLYMPICS HEDAL 

HOLBROOK, JOAN POOLE 

ARTIST'S PREFERRED MEDIUM IS STILL WOOD BLOCK PRINTS 

HOLCOMBE, PAUL A. JR. 

HOLCOMBE PROMOTED TO GENERAL COUNSEL 

HOLDERNESS, HAYWOOD DAIL (DECEASED) 

EX-CAROLINA TELEPHONE PRESIDENT DIES 

HOLDERNESS MARY 

WAR ON DRUGS PLANS SCHOOL GRADUATION PARTIES __ m . __ 

KEEPING HONOREES SAFE; 'PROJECT GRADUATION' HAS GOOD PURPOSES IN MIND 

HOLEMAN, DJUANA DENEED (DRUG CHARGES) 
TWO MEN ROB CABBIE 

HOLEMAN, EDDIE DECARLO (ROBBERY ATTEMPT) 
TWO CONVENIENCE STORES ARE ROBBED 

HOLEMAN, GWENDA LEE (ARSON CHARGES) 

ARREST MADE IN WEEKEND FIRE _ _ 

LIQUID THROWN ON PORCH, LIT SAID CAUSE OF ANGIER AVE. FIRE 

HOLLAND, CHARLES V. DR. 
AWARDS DAY CHAT 

TERMS OF 3 NCCU TRUSTEES END; STITH STATUS STILL UNKNOWN 
CHARLES HOLLAND'S UNRUFFLED STYLE HELPED BRING CALM TO NCCU BOARD 

HOLLAND, LILLIAN (CALL FOR ACTION) 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/LILLIAN HOLLAND 
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CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1/04/1989 

1/13/1989 

4/13/1989 

4/28/1989 

6/06/1989 

6/18/1989 

6/26/1989 

10/05/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/20/1989 

10/23/1989 

10/23/1989 

10/24/1989 

11/02/1989 

11/07/1989 



CHH 1 4/29/1989 A 
H 2 8/06/1989 C 
CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 



H 2 5/14/1989 D 

S 2 9/28/1989 D 

S 2 9/28/1989 D 

H 2 9/29/1989 D 



S 2 6/13/1989 C 

S 2 6/06/1989 D 

H 2 7/02/1989 E 

H 2 5/21/1989 D 

H 2 3/19/1989 B 



S 2 2/27/1989 C 
H 2 5/20/1989 A 



H 2 7/20/1989 B 
H 2 6/14/1989 D 



H 2 3/16/1989 C 
S 2 3/22/1989 C 



S 2 4/14/1989 A 
H 2 6/22/1989 B 
H 2 7/05/1989 C 



S 2 1/07/1989 D 
S 2 5/02/1989 B 



N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 



1 P N R63 
1 P N C49 
7 P U 



3 P R 
3 P R 
3 R B71 
7 P N 



4 P N 

4 P N A76 
8 P R G68 
8 N 

5 



1 N H65 
4 E 



8 N M51 
12 N 



2 N 

1 P N B53 



2 P P S76 
2 N N36 
1 P N N36 



3 P B 
1 P F S27 



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BACK IN THE SADDLE; HOLLAND'S ABSENCE PUTS ODQM AT END OF BENCH 
ACC STANDINGS UPSIDE DOW? 
HOLLAND PRODUCES VIRGINIA MIRACLE 

HOLLEMAN, ALVIN (HILLTOP FURNITURE) 

AT LYNETTE'S, DAYS OF CHERRY COBBLER AND FATBACK BISCUITS ARE OVER 

HOLLEMAN, CAROLYN (HILLTOP FURNITURE) 

AT LYNETTE'S, DAYS OF CHERRY COBBLER AND FATBACK BISCUITS ARE OVER 

HOLLEMAN, BONNIE UAYNE (MURDER VICTIM) 

ORANGE COUNTY MAN CHARGED IN KILLINGS (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-29-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

'I'M INNOCENT,' SAYS MAN CHARGED IN KILLINGS 

ARNETT GETS PROBABLE-CAUSE HEARING DATE 

WITNESS SAYS ARNETT SHOT COUPLE 

ORANGE CO. GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN IN SLAYING OF COUPLE 

TRAGEDY SPURS CHANGE IN 1989 

TRAGEDY SPURS CHANGE IN 1989 

HOLLEMAN, SUSAN O'NEAL (MURDER VICTIM) 

ORANGE COUNTY MAN CHARGED IN KILLINGS (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-28-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

•I'M INNOCENT,' SAYS MAN CHARGED IN KILLINGS 

ARNETT GETS PROBABLE-CAUSE HEARING DATE 

WITNESS SAYS ARNETT SHOT COUPLE 

ORANGE CO. GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN IN SLAYING OF COUPLE 

TRAGEDY SPURS CHANGE IN 1989 

TRAGEDY SPURS CHANGE IN 1989 

HOLLERBACH, MICHAEL 

RULES TO BLAME FOR HOME COSTS, DEVELOPER SAYS 
HOUSING! AESTHETICS VS. COST? 

HOLLEY, EDWARD G. DR. (LIBRARY SCIENCE PROFESSOR) 
HOLLEY NAMED KENAN PROFESSOR 

HOLLEY, IRVING B. 

HOLLEY RECEIVES DUKE ALUMNI TEACHING AWARD 

H0LLIN6SWORTH, HARRY D. JR. 

DURHAM NATIVE H0LLIN6SWORTH JOINS PRINGLE DIXON PRINGLE 



HOLLOUAY, BETSY 

LIBRARY'S OPENING CORRECTED 

HOLLOUAY, CHRISTOPHER (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/SHOTS LEAVE MAN WITH MULTIPLE WOUNDS 

HOLLOUAY, ISSAC LAVERN (DRUG CHARGES) 

MAN CHARGED WITH SELLING FALSE COCAINE 

HOLLOUAY, MABEL (DECEASED) 

DURHAM WOMAN DIES TESTIFYING IN COURT 

HOLLOUAY, MOZELL P. (DECEASED) 

MRS. MOZELL HOLLOUAY, 101 YEARS OLD 

HOLLOUAY, REGINALD "THE HULK" (SHOOTING SUSPECT) 
MAN SHOT TWICE, SUSPECT SOUGHT 

HOLLOUAY, TIMOTHY SPENCER (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/MAN FACES DUI, WEAPONS CHARGES 

HOLLY, TIMOTHY JOHN CHARLES (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 
POLICE LOG/TWO MEN CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 



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2 1/07/1989 D 1 P N C49 
2 2/08/1989 D 1 P U F25 
2 3/25/1989 B 3 P U F25 



2 1/15/1989 B 1 U N36 



H 2 1/15/1989 B 1 U N36 



H 2 

H 2 
CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 



2/27/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/16/1989 
3/28/1989 
CHH 1 12/31/1989 
CHH 1 12/31/1989 



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CHH 

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CHH 



2/27/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/16/1989 
CHH 1 3/28/1989 
CHH 1 12/31/1989 
CHH 1 12/31/1989 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/19/1989 A 
2/21/1989 A 



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GIRL SCOUT PIONEER DIES S 

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3/17/1989 C 
3/13/1989 C 



N M70 
N 

N M70 
N B53 
N M70 
N H90 
N M70 
N W57 



N M70 
N 

N M70 
N B53 
N M70 
N H90 
N M70 
N W57 



1 P N S17 
4 E 



CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 7 P N 
S 2 9/06/1989 A 3 N 
1/29/1989 D 7 P N 



6 P 
6 



S 2 5/04/1989 A 4 L 

H 2 10/15/1989 A 13 N M51 

S 2 9/23/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 7/23/1989 B 3 N 

H 2 1/12/1989 C 2 

H 2 2/16/1989 A 10 N 

CHH 1 5/30/1989 A 2 N 

CHH 1 8/12/1989 A 3 N 



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HOLMAN, ERIC LEON (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TUO MEN ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

HOLMBECK PAUL 

BUILDER: DEVELOPMENT A SHARED RESPONSIBILITY (CORRECTED 4-8-89) 

CORRECTION 

COMMUNITY GROUPS PLEAD FOR CITY MONEY 
GROUP SAYS DEAL SET WITH BANK 

HOLMES, IRUIN JR. 

HERITAGE SQUARE LOAN MAY UP DURHAM SUBSIDY 
COUNCIL DELAYS VOTE ON HAYTI FIRM LOAN 

HOLMES, MARY HAYES (CHATHAM COUNTY) 

CHATHAM QUESTIONS GOVERNORS CLUB WATER AGREEMENT 
CHATHAM, ORANGE CLASH OVER CONNECTOR ROAD LIKELY 
CHATHAM'S HOLMES AIRS COMPLAINTS OF WOMEN'S SALARIES 
CHATHAM SALARY QUESTION MERITS OFFICIALS' CONFUSION 
COMMISSIONER DENIES SPECIAL INTEREST IN ISSUE 
CHATHAM TO CONSIDER PITTSBORO EXTENSION 
BOARD TO GET FINAL SUBDIVISION OK 
REECE EXPECTS SENATE VICTORY 
HOLMES, HANNER SEEK CHATHAM BOARD SEATS 

HOLMES, MEREDYTHE 

MARSICANO'S LEADERSHIP PRAISED 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS HONORED BY CHAMBER 

WINNERS 

HOLROYD, MICHAEL 

HOLROYD TO LECTURE ON 'PYGMALION' 

HOLSENBECK BRYANT 

BOOK-SIGNING? YOUNG, OLD TURN OUT TO SEE AUTHOR MADELEINE L'ENGEL 

HOLSTI, OLE R, 

COLUMNIST UNDERSTATES THIRD WORLD DEBT 

HOLT, BERTHA REP. (D-ALAMANCE) 

A GOOD IDEA RUNS INTO A FEW PROBLEMS 

BILL SEEKS LARGER AERIAL PESTICIDE SPRAYING BUFFERS 

HOLT, DAVID (MUSICIAN) 
MOUNTAIN MUSIC MAN 

HOLT, MILO (OLD WESTERN FILM CLUB) 

PUT ON A 10-GALLON EASTER BONNET AND HEAD TO LIBERTY 

HOLTON, MARGARET 

HOLTON GETS SERVICE AWARD FROM LEAGUE 

HOMER, WINSLOW 

EXHIBIT FOCUSES ON CHANGING ROLES OF BLACKS 

PORTRAITS OF A SOUTHERN PAST 

HOMER'S ART DOCUMENTS BLACKS AT A CROSSROADS 

HONEYCUTT, RICK 

HONEYCUTT TO LEAD ALAMANCE COMMUNITY COUNCIL 

HOOD, CHRIS 

SEEING RUSSIA BY THE SEAT OF YOUR PANTS 

HOOD, LAURIE (BASKETBALL) 

TRIO CRACKS STARTING LINEUP ON COLLEGE LEVEL 

HOOF, ALLISON aiZABETH (DECEASED) 
FIRST WINfCR 



CHH 1 5/12/1989 A 5 N 



S 2 4/05/1989 A 

S 2 4/08/1989 A 

S 2 6/06/1989 C 

S 2 12/01/1989 C 



2 4/22/1989 A 
2 11/30/1989 B 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



2/07/1989 
3/24/1989 
6/26/1989 
7/02/1989 
8/09/1989 
8/21/1989 
9/06/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/28/1989 



H 2 1/24/1989 A 

H 2 2/16/1989 B 

H 2 5/25/1989 C 

S 2 5/25/1989 C 



CHH 1 9/26/1989 A 
H 2 5/02/1989 B 
CHH 1 1/08/1989 A 



S 2 4/05/1989 A 
H 2 4/25/1989 C 



H 2 6/20/1989 A 
H 2 3/24/1989 D 
CHH 1 7/20/1989 A 



S 2 5/18/1989 D 
H 2 5/28/1989 E 
H 2 5/28/1989 E 



H 1 1/07/1989 C 
CHH 1 3/06/1989 A 
H 2 12/24/1989 C 
S 2 6/08/1989 C 



1 N H70 

2 N 

1 N C61 

1 N 



N S69 
N C61 



N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 



4 L 

5 P G 

1 P N C47 

2 P P S73 



3 N 

1 P U W15 

4 L 



5 J Oil 
8 P N 



6 P F S56 

7 N H60 
3 N 



3 P F G59 
1 P F G68 
1 P F W66 



1 N H60 
10 P F 

2 U F95 
1 P P T32 



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DEVILS BLANK DEACS, FACE HEELS IN ACC FIELD HOCKEY 

HEELS STILL TOO TOUGH IN FIELD HOCKEY TOURNEY 

STALEY, HEELS STICK IT TO TERPS 

LICENSE TO KILL/UNC'S GERMAN SPIKES IT TO 'EM 

UNC'S GERMAN 'KILLS' DEVILS, HEELS TAKE ACC CHAMPIONSHIP 

HOOKER, WINSTON T. (DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS) 
SCHOOLS OK DEAL FOR SERVICE CENTER 

HOOKS, BENJAMIN L. 

NAACP CHIEF! COURT TURNING BACK CLOCK 

HOOKS, WESLEY BRIAN (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH DWI, RESISTING ARREST 

HOOPER, JERRY REV. 

SMITH CHAPEL TO MAKE CLEAR THE MOST UNDERSTANDABLE BOOK IN 

SOME MORE REVELATION ABOUT DISSENTING PROFS 

ATTACK AD RAISES TWO ISSUES 

URINE ART SPURS AREA CALL TO 'WAR' 

ART OPPOSITION SURPRISES GREEN 

PREACHER PROMISES PROTEST OF ARTS CENTER EXHIBIT 

PROTEST EXPECTED TONIGHT AT ARTS CENTER EXHIBIT, LECTURE 

CENTER'S ART SHOW DRAWS 500, PROTEST FROM CHRISTIAN GROUP 

CENTER'S ART SHOW DRAWS 500, PROTEST FROM CHRISTIAN GROUP 

HOOPER, WILLIAM (PATRIOT DURING REVOLUTIONARY WAR) 
CLEARING UP A HISTORICAL ERROR 

HOF-FENBERG, HAROLD 

N.C. STATE NAMES HOPFENBERG INTERMIM ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 
CHANCELLOR SHOULD BE TOLD OF ATHLETES' TROUBLE 

HOFKINS, BETT 

ALAMANCE GETS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 

HOFKINS, DABNEY 

ALLIANCE PLANS MORE FORCEFUL ACTIVISM 

HOPKINS, HARRIET 

DURHAM COUNTY BAR TO NARROW LIST OF JUDGESHIP CANDIDATES 
LAWYER HARRIET HOPKINS LEADS VOTING FOR VACANT JUDGESHIP 

HOPKINS, JENKINS (POLICE OFFICER) 

POLICEMAN CHARGED WITH DWI IDENTIFIED 

LOG IN OFFICER'S DWI CASE REMOVED FROM CITY OFFICE 

NO CALL FOR COVER-UP 

UNDERCOVER OPERATION AIMED AT BIG DEALERS NHS 25 DRUG ARRESTS 

SBI PROBE OF POLICE CASE TO TAKE LONGER 

MORE ARRESTS PLANNED IN DRUG ROUNDUP 

POLICE SAY DWI PUBLICITY SNARLED DRUG PROBE 

HAMPTON MISSES POINT ON POLICE CONTROVERSY 

POLICEMAN TELLS LOCATION OF LOGBOOK IN DWI PROBE 

UNDERCOVER OFFICER'S TRIAL POSTF-ONED 

SBI'S POLICE PROBE WANING 

UNDERCOVER OFFICER'S CASE DELAYED AGAIN 

POLICE OFFICER CHARGED WITH DWI REINSTATED TO FORCE BEFORE TRIAL 

UNDERCOVER OFFICER WITH DWI REINSTATED 

RECORDS SHOW UNDERCOVER OFFICER MAKES $28,974,66 

POLICE ALTER OFFICER'S FILE 

CITY OFFICIALS MUST PUT PRESSURE ON CHIEF 

SUSPICIONS RAISED AGAIN 

SBI FINISHING DWI PROBE 

OFFICER CHARGED WITH DWI REGAINS LICENSE 

SBI'S DWI REPORT ON F'OLICEMAN DUE 

SBI REPORT ON OFFICER EXPECTED TODAY 

LAWYER ASKS POLICE CHIEF FOR FILES ON OFFICER'S CASE 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY STALLS SBI REPORT ON HOPKINS 

SBI*. MORE INVOLVED IN DWI CHARGE 

CRIMINAL CONDUCT 'APPARENT' IN POLICE DWI CASE 



10/28/1989 D 
10/29/1989 C 
10/30/1989 B 
11/09/1989 B 
11/21/1989 B 



2 N 

10 N 

2 P N 

1 P N 

2 N 



S 2 3/21/1989 A 1 P N S92 



H 


2 7/10/1989 A 


1 P N C47 


CHH 1 6/03/1989 A 


5 N 


BIBLE H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 3/18/1989 A 
2 3/23/1989 A 
2 3/31/1989 A 
2 11/08/1989 A 
2 11/08/1989 A 
2 11/10/1989 C 
2 11/14/1989 B 
2 11/15/1989 A 
2 11/15/1989 A 


8 P A 
4 L 
4 L 
1 N N36 
1 N E33 
1 N N36 
1 N N36 
1 P N S22 
1 P N N36 



CHH 1 8/25/1989 A 4 L 



H 


2 


10/12/1989 B 


1 


P N M64 


S 


2 10/13/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


1 


6/22/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 


8/05/1989 B 


1 


N S22 


S 


2 


1/07/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/21/1989 B 


1 


P N S82 


H 


n 


1/24/1989 A 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 A 


1 


N N36 


H 





1/25/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 C 


10 


N 


S 


2 


2/08/1989 A 


1 


P N B53 


H 


2 


2/09/1989 C 


1 


P N N36 


S 


2 


2/13/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


3 

c 


2/15/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


2/21/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/14/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


n 


3/21/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


3/22/1989 A 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 


3/22/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


3/23/1989 C 


1 


N N36 


S 


2 


3/23/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


s 


2 


3/24/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


3/25/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


3/28/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 A 


1 


N N36 


S 


2 


4/13/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


4/14/1989 A 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


4/15/1989 C 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


4/19/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


4/20/1989 A 


1 


P N B53 


H 


2 


4/21/1989 A 


1 


P N S82 



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POLICE ALTER OFFICER-ARREST RILES 

UNDERCOVER PROJECT INCLUDED DRINKING 

STEPHENS, HAMPTON IN DISPUTE OVER 'COMMON CAUSE* 

STEPHENS: DON'T CLOSE BOOK ON PROBE 

DON'T DROP POLICE PROBE, STEF'BENS SAYS 

ARREST THE WRONGDOERS; PROBE OF POLICE DEPT. SHOULD LEAD TO PROSECUTION 

POWELL SATISFIED WITH POLICE DUI INTERNAL INVESTIGATION 

SBI REPORT SHOULDN'T END DWI CASE PROBE 

CHIEF HAMPTON ASKS DWI REPORT BE MADE PUBLIC 

CHIEF HAMPTON ASKS DWI REPORT BE MADE PUBLIC 

STEPHENS WON'T RELEASE REPORT 

POWELL ASKS FOR COPY OF SBI REPORT 

THREE-MONTH SBI PROBE THOROUGH, COMPREHENSIVE 

POWELL TO DISCUSS REPORT WITH CHIEF 

DURHAM OFFICER'S DUI CASE GOES TO COURT TODAY 

STEPHENS REQUESTS POLYGRAPH ON OFFICER WHO TOOK PAPERWORK 

WALL-TO-WALL COVER-UP 

CHIEF TO GIVE COUNCIL DETAILS OF DWI ARREST 

OFFICER: HOPKINS FAILED 1 SOBRIETY TEST — 

UNDERCOVER OFFICER ACQUITTED; JUDGE RULES NO 'PROBABLE CAUSE'.., 

HAMPTON MUM ON POLYGRAPH TEST FOR OFFICER 

DECK GETS 2ND POLYGRAPH 

HOPKINS MUM ON ACQUITTAL 

STEPHENS 'SHOCKED' THAT OFFICER WAS NOT DISCIPLINED 

THE ALTERNATIVE HIGH ROAD; CHIEF HAMPTON COULD HAVE DEFUSED... 

FIRED POLICE DISPATCHER SUES DURHAM (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-2-89) 

ACQUITTED OFFICER FACES BOARD INQUIRY 

POLICE INSTRUCTED ON PROBABLE CAUSE 

HOPKINS MAY HAVE OBTAINED N.C. DRIVER'S LICENSE IN VIOLATION OF LAW 

PART OF SBI REPORT ON POLICE DWI CASE WILL BE RELEASED (AMENDED 5-3-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD m 

INNOCENCE ISN'T VINDICATION; NARCOTICS OFFICER DID NOT WIN BY REASON,.. 

POWELL TO REVIEW DECK'S POLYGRAPH 

POWELL TO RELEASE DWI ARREST REPORT 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

POWELL SAYS POLICE REPORT TO BE DELAYED 

COUNCIL NO-SHOW SLOWS DWI REPORT 

OFFICER TO HAVE HEARING TODAY ON DRIVER'S LICENSE 

COUNCIL MUST TAKE POLICE PROBE SERIOUSLY 

DURHAM UNDERCOVER OFFICER'S DRIVER'S LICENSE REVOKED 

HAMPTON: HOPKINS FACES POLICE DEPARTMENT REVIEW 

HOPKINS' HEARING SLATED THURSDAY BY CHIEF HAMPTON 

IS POLICE DEPARTMENT A SECRET POLICE FORCE? 

COUNCILMEN DOUBTFUL ABOUT MAKING POLICE CASE REFDRTS PUBLIC 

INTERNAL HOPKINS REPORT MAY BE POSITIVE FOR CITY EMPLOYEE 

CITY COUNCIL MUST RELEASE POLICE REPORT 

COUNCIL DECIDES TO MAKE OFFICER-DWI PROBE PUBLIC 

INQUIRY BOARD DECIDING ON DISCIPLINE FOR HOPKINS 

POLICE CHIEF TELLS MADD THERE WAS NO COVER-UP 

POLICE DEPT. EHPLYEE FIRED AFTER TEST REHIRED 

DURHAM POLICE PROBE OF HOPKINS OUT TODAY 

HOPKINS GETS 2-UEEK SUSPENSION 

HAMPTON DEFENDS ACTIONS 

HAMPTON! INTERNAL PROBE SHOWS NO COVER-UP 

HOPKINS TO BE SUSPENDED FOR 10 DAYS, NO FAY 

SGT. DECK GETS SUSPENSION, TRANSFER TO PATROL DIVISION 

CHIEF HELPS CREATE HIS OWN DIFFICULTIES 

COVER-UP NO COVER-UP? EVENTS IN POLICE DEPARTMENT STRAIN LOGIC... 

TIME RUNS OUT ON QUESTIONING OF POLICE CHIEF 

HOPKINS FACES CHARGE OVER DRIVER'S LICENSE 

FORMER OFFICERS SEEK ACTION AFTER POLICE INTERNAL REPORT 

COUNCIL RESETS SESSION TO QUIZ POLICE CHIEF 

HOPKINS ORDERED TO COURT, SURRENDERS DRIVER'S LICENSE 

CITIZENS GROUP ORGANIZED TO AIR POLICE DEPARTMENT 

EX-CHIEF HEADS GROUP CONCERNED ABOUT POLICE FORCE 

HOPKINS STAYS ON DUTY, PLANS TO APPEAL ACTION 

COUNCIL MEMBERS NOT LISTENING TO CITIZENS 

750 RALLY FOR POLICE CHIEF'S OUSTER 

HAMPTON OWES MEDIA APOLOGY, COUNCILOR SAYS 

RALLY AIMS TO OUST CHIEF 



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5/03/1989 
5/03/1989 
5/03/1989 
5/04/1989 
5/04/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/06/1989 
5/08/1989 
5/09/1989 
5/09/1989 
5/10/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/19/1989 
5/19/1989 
5/19/1989 



P N B53 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 

P N M51 
E 

N B53 
E 

N N36 
N M51 
N B53 
N N36 
L 

N B53 
N S82 
N N36 
E 
N M06 

P N B53 

P N S82 
N S69 
N B53 
N B53 
N N36 
E 
N 

P N B53 
N B53 
N N36 

P N N36 
N 
E 

N B53 
N C61 
N 

N S69 
N C61 
N 
E 

N N36 
N B53 
N N36 
L 
N 

N C61 
E 

P N C61 
N M06 

P N N36 
N N36 
N N36 
N M06 

P N H65 
N N36 
N N36 
N M06 
E 
E 

N N36 
N M06 

P N C61 

P N C61 
N M51 
L 
N M51 

P N M06 
E 

P N R63 

P N N36 

P N C61 



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BY NAMES 



4 OFFICERS CHARGED WITH DUI SINCE '86 

CITY OFFICIALS RECEIVE CLEAR WAKE-UP CALL 

NO CAUSE FOR OUSTER/CHIEF'S WORK IN DURHAM NEEDS LARGER PERSPECTIVE 

LASSITER DEMANDS POWELL FIRE HAMPTON 

HAMPTON DENIES CHARGES IN REPORT 

LASSITER LASHES OUT AT HAMPTON'S HARANGUE 

HOPKINS KEEPS DRIVING PRIVILEGES 

JUDGE FINDS HOPKINS GUILTY 

HOPKINS FINED, LICENSE SUSPENDED 

HOPKINS LEAVES POLICE DEPARTMENT 

HOPKINS QUITS POST WITH DURHAM POLICE 

HOPKINS' RESIGNATION WON'T END QUESTIONS 

HOPKINS AFFAIR FALLOUT EFFECTS DRUG SUSPECT'S PLEA BARGAIN 

MAN GETS THREE YEARS IN DRUG-OFFENSES PLEA 

HOPKINS AFTERMATH GIVES CRUCIAL LESSON 

JUDGE RULES AGAINST EX-OFFICER HOPKINS 

HOPKINS LOSES APPEAL 

HOPKINS, JETHRO (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE SURROUND HOUSE IN DRUG RAID, ARREST 8 

HOPKINS, JOHN W. (BAR OWNER) 

DRESS CODE AT LOCAL BAR SPARKS CONTROVERSY 

HOPKINS, KENNETH BELTON (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
3 VEHICLE PILEUP ON NATION AVENUE 
POLICE NAB 34 FOR DUI 

HOPKINS, PEARL MCCOY (DECEASED) 

MRS. PEARL M. HASKINS, 101 YEARS OLD 

HORN, JOHN FREDERICK (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN FACES DUI CHARGE 

HORNE, ROBERT S. (LUMBERTON) 

ROBESONIAN EDITOR TELLS JOURNALISTS 'INSIDE STORY' OF HOSTAGE INCIDENT 

HORNER, JENNIFER DR. (SPEECH PATHOLOGIST) 

APHASIA RESULTS IN SEVERE FRUSTRATION, BUT THERAPY CAN BRING IMPROVEMENT 

HORNER, JOHNNY (ORANGE CO. REVENUE DIR.) 
RESIDENTS QUEUE UP TO BEAT DEADLINE 

HOROWITZ, MARSHALL P. 

INSIGHT/AT DEMOCRACY CORNER 

CHINA SIGHTSEEING EXCURSION TURNS INTO HISTORIC NIGHTMARE 

HOROWITZ, VLADIMIR 

HOROWITZ'S PASSING BRINGS SOMBER SILENCE 

A MASTER STILL PLAYS, THANKS TO VIDEOTAPE/ 'HOROU I TZ IN LONDON' 

HCRTON, CAL 

SURVEY PROMPTS TOWN POLICE TO RECONSIDER PATROL ZONES 
SURVEY PROMPTS TOWN POLICE TO RECONSIDER PATROL ZONES 
POLICE CALLS UP IN CHAPEL HILL 

HORTON, RICK (ARTIST) 

N.C. STATE GRAD RETURNS TO EXHIBIT PAINTINGS 

HORTON, WILLIAM CAL 

PASQUINI DISAPPOINTED AT PUBLIC SAFETY HIRING 
CHAPEL HILL'S SAFETY CHIEF RIGHT AT HOME 
NEW SAFETY DIRECTOR TAKES STOCK OF TOWN 

HORTON, UILLIE (CONVICTED OF MURDER) 

MIXED SIGNALS,- SPEAKER AT KING CEREMONY SAYS HE HAS WAIT-AND-SEE... 

HOUGH, JERRY F. DR. 

DUKE UNIVERSITY PROF TO SPEAK ON GORBACHEV 









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2 5/20/1989 A 
2 5/21/1989 D 
2 5/24/1989 A 
2 5/25/1989 A 
2 5/27/1989 A 
2 5/27/1989 A 
2 6/06/1989 A 
2 6/07/1989 A 
2 6/15/1989 A 
2 6/16/1989 A 
2 6/19/1989 A 
2 7/26/1989 A 
2 7/26/1989 A 
2 7/28/1989 A 
2 11/07/1989 B 
2 11/07/1989 A 


1 P N C61 
4 E 
4 E 
1 N C61 
1 N C61 
1 P N S69 
1 P N B53 
1 N B53 
1 P N M51 
1 N B53 
1 P N C47 
4 E 
1 P N S32 
13 N B53 
4 E 
1 P N S32 
1 P N B53 


H 


2 


9/14/1989 C 


3 N 


CHH 1 


10/09/1989 A 


3 N D38 


H 
S 


5 

2 


5/28/1989 B 
5/30/1989 A 


3 P P S73 
1 N B53 


H 


2 


2/10/1989 C 


2 


CHH 


1 


6/08/1989 A 


5 N 


CHH 


1 


1/28/1939 A 


1 P N L90 


H 


2 


5/30/1989 C 


1 P N C60 


CHH 


1 


12/29/1989 A 


3 P N ,120 


H 
H 


2 

2 


5/14/1989 D 
6/11/1989 A 


1 P F 
1 P N 


S 

H 


2 11/07/1989 A 
2 11/24/1989 D 


4 E 
19 P R L59 


CHH 
CHH 
CHH 


1 
1 
1 


10/24/1989 A 
10/24/1989 A 
11/29/1989 A 


1 P N 167 

1 P N M70 
1 P N M70 


H 




6/11/1989 E 


10 P R G68 



CHH 1 5/11/1989 A 1 N M70 
CHH 1 5/12/1989 A 3 N M70 
CHH 1 7/01/1989 A 1 P N M70 



CHH 1 1/18/1989 A 3 P N S17 
S 2 3/15/1989 A 6 N 



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HELPLINE DIRECTOR CITES GROWING NEED FOR SERVICE 

HOULIHAN, GEORGE THOMAS "TOM" DR. 

SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: 'IT WOULD TAKE AWFUL LOT TO MAKE ME LEAVE...' 
PROJECT LIFT MAKES LEAVING TOUGH FOR GRANVILLE SCHOOL SIFT. HOULIHAN 
HOULIHAN TO REMAIN AS SUPERINTENDENT OF GRANVILLE SCHOOLS 
AN EDGE FOR GRANVILLE STUDENTS 
HOULIHAN BULLISH ON EDGE 

HOUSE, GERRY (CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS) 

MARTIN'S TEACHER SALARY PLAN GETS MIXED REVIEWS 

SPEAKERS EMPHASIZE EDUCATION DURING 'FREEDOM DAY CELEBRATION' 

HOUSE BEING CONSIDERED FOR FORSYTH POST 

CITY SCHOOLS MAY MOVE 6TH, 9TH GRADERS 

SCHOOLS MULL HIGHER ASBESTOS REMOVAL COSTS 

EFFECTS OF STUDENT MOVE STILL UNCLEAR TO PARENTS 

HOUSE'S NAME NOT ON FORSYTH LIST OF FINALISTS 

TAKE RISKS, HOUSE TELLS BOARD 

CITY SCHOOL BUDGET CARRIES A HEFTY HIKE 

EDUCATORS WITHHOLD JUDGMENT ON CHOICE BILL 

SCHOOLS TO HOLD BUDGET HEARING 

COMMITTEE TO FOCUS ON RESEARCH POLICY 

HOUSE FORMS SCHOOL ANTI-RACISM GROUP 

THE QUEST FOR HARMONY, DIVERSITY 

CITY SCHOOLS SEEK MORE SPACE 

SUMMIT GOOD EXPOSURE FOR EDUCATION, SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT SAYS 

CITY SCHOOLS TO PLAN REFORM IMPLEMENTATION 

HOUSE, ROBERT B. 

COUNCIL OF STATE DELAYS HOUSE-SWAP DECISION 
ACTION DELAYED AGAIN ON HOUSE SUAP FLAN 
CHAPEL HILL RESIDENTS CEASE OPPOSITION TO HOUSE SWAP 
HOUSE AGREEMENT REACHED 

HOUSTON, BOBBY (NCSU FOOTBALL) 

PRACTICAL PACK LOOKS' AT JUST ANOTHER GAME 



HOUSTON, TOMMY 

HOUSTON 'DEAD ON' 



AFTER NEAR MISS 



HOVING, LUCAS 

NEXT STEP: HOVING SHARES GIFT 

DANCE LEGEND 'GROWING UP' IN ADF SHOW 

'GROWING UP' IS HIGHLIGHT 

A GHOST, A SAGE, A TREASURE, A DANCER 

HOVING, THOMAS 

ARBITER OF GOOD TASTE; EDITOR'S OWN STYLE BREATHES NEW LIFE INTO... 

HOWARD, ADRIAN BRUCE 

POLICE LOG/BOYFRIEND ARRESTED IN SLAYING 

HOWARD, ERIC 

DUKE STUDENT GETS FULBRIGHT GRANT 

HOWARD. HARRY S. (WARREN COUNTY SCHOOLS) 

WARREN SEARCHING FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT 

HOWARD, HARVEY LEWIS (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN CAR 

HOWARD, JAMES EARL (MURDER SUSPECT) 
VANCE MAN HELD IN STABBING DEATH 

HOWARD, JOHN (EDUCATOR) 

TWO PRINCIPALS CLASH OVER CURRICULUM PHILOSOPHY 

HOWARD, LEONARD J. (SHOOTING SUSPECT) 

SHOOTING OUTSIDE HILLSIDE HOSPITALIZES TECH STUDENT 







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10/30/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


H 1 


5/17/1989 C 


1 P N T33 


H 1 


5/17/1989 C 


4 N T33 


H 1 


5/25/1989 C 


1 N T33 


H 2 10/14/1989 C 


1 P N T33 


H 2 10/14/1989 C 


1 P N T33 


CHH 1 


1/06/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


1/08/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


1/14/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


1/20/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


1/22/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


1/25/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


2/01/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


2/17/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


3/25/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


4/15/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


4/17/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


6/19/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


6/22/1989 A 


1 T N C62 


CHH 1 


6/23/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


9/27/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


9/30/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


10/16/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


1 M N L40 


CHH 1 


4/05/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


5/13/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


11/02/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


H 2 10/21/1989 D 


1 P N M64 


H 2 


7/16/1989 C 


8 N M64 


S 2 


7/13/1989 D 


7 P G B71 


S 2 


7/18/1989 C 


1 P F B71 


S 2 


7/21/1989 A 


9 P R B71 


H 2 


7/23/1989 E 


9 P F M31 


H 2 


6/19/1989 B 


1 P F W15 


H 2 11/05/1989 B 


1 N M51 


S 2 


5/19/1989 A 


9 N 


H 1 


2/17/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 2 


8/23/1989 B 


6 N M51 


H 1 


1/07/1989 C 


1 N 


H 2 


2/10/1989 C 


1 N J40 


H 2 


10/07/1989 C 


1 N R63 



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HAN SENTENCED ON INDECENT LIBERTIES CHARGE 

HOWELL, ANTHONY (MURDER VICTIM) 
MAN IS SLAIN; 2 ARE CHARGED 
BROTHERS INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGE 

DURHAM MAN GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE IN BEATING DEATH OF LEUKEMIA VICTIM 
JUSTICE ISN'T BLIND IN DURHAM COUNTY 
•EXPERTS' ABORT JUSTICE 

HOWELL, CHRISTOPHER (STABBING VICTIM) 

DURHAM MAN STABBED, BEATEN IN ARGUMENT OVER SPANKING 

POLICE LOG/GLAXO CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS STOLEN 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH POSSESSING $20,000 IN DRUGS 



HOWELL, JOHN (FOOTBALL) 
DUKE LOSES HOWELL 
LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! 



'HOLLYWOOD' HOWELL'S READY TO SHINE AGAIN 



HOWERTON, THOMAS MATTHEW (MURDER VICTIM) 

NEW TECHNIQUES HELP SOLVE DURHAM CRIMES 

HOWES, JONATHAN 

HOWES, HARDIN DETAIL OBJECTIVES OF TOWN-GOWN PLANNING COMMITTEE 

OWASA'S 'MEMO' GROUP AT A STANDSTILL 

OFFICIALS WANT OK FOR TAX ON ENTERTAINMENT 

TOWN ASKS FOR HELP WITH HOUSING POLICY 

MAYOR APPLAUDS ARTS CENTER DECISION 

OFFICIALS DISCUSS TAX HIKE ALTERNATIVES 

IF CHAPEL HILL PROPERTY TAXES GO UP, OWNERS WOULDN'T FEEL IT RIGHT AWAY 

HOWES QUESTIONS RULING 

HOWES MAY TRY FOR SECOND TERM 

CHAPEL HILL'S MAYOR GETS TO KEEP MORE OF HIS SALARY 

HOWES OPPOSES FIRE PROTECTION FUNDING CHANGE 

YEAR ONE, THE CHAPEL HILL HERALD (SPECIAL SECTION) 

HOWES WANTS 2 MORE YEARS IN MAYOR'S SEAT 

TOWN'S RAPID BUILDING BOOM OF EARLY '80S HITS BRAKES 

CHAPEL HILL BOARD REQUESTS REVISED PLAN ON GATEWAY 

HOWES' WAR CHEST THE FULLEST 

CHAPEL HILL-DURHAM GROUP DISCUSSES BORDER 

CAP DROPS AIRPORT MOVE ISSUE 

PARTNERSHIP TO CONSIDER REPRESENTATION INCREASE 

CHAPEL HILL NOISE PROBLEMS, COMPLAINTS ON INCREASE 

HOWES TO HEAD ADVISORY GROUP 

A LONE CONTENDER, HOWES FINDS GOING ODD, AT THE LEAST 

PUBLIC-PRIVATE GROUP PLANS SPRING JUNKET 

HOYLE, BERNADETTE 

BERNADETTE HOYLE, AUTHOR AND PUBLICIST 

BERNADETTE HOYLE FOUND FASCINATING WORLD WITH WRITERS ROUND HER TABLE 

HU, J. B. 

IMC CHINESE STUDENTS TO JOIN D.C. RALLY FOR BEIJING PROTESTERS 

HU, PING-CHUAN DR. 

STUDENTS OBSERVE DAY OF MOURNING 

HU, YUMING 

'THE PEOPLE ARE READY'; CHINESE STUDENTS BEGIN WEEKLONG FUND-RAISER,.. 

HUBBARD, ANN 

SHE'S A BASEBALL JUNKIE WHO GOT WINTER LEAGUE FIX IN DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

HUBBARD, LINDA ROSE DR. 

YWCA NAMES ITS WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT 

DR. HUBBARD NAMED AS WOMAN OF ACHIEVEMENT 

YWCA RECOGNIZES SEVEN WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT DINNERS AT ANNUAL BANQUET 

WOMEN HONORED FOR ACHIEVEMENTS 

HUBBARD, PEGGY (CARRBORO POSTMASTER) 

SEARCH FOR NEW POST OFFICE SITE MAY HAVE HIT LAND APPRAISAL SNAG 



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2 5/26/1989 A 13 

2 7/11/1989 B 1 

2 9/12/1989 A 1 

2 9/13/1989 A 4 

2 9/18/1989 A 4 



2 10/02/1989 A 
2 10/04/1989 A 
2 11/18/1989 C 



N H90 



N 
N 

N S82 
E 
E 



N 

N N36 
N 



2 9/02/1989 D 1 P N C49 
2 10/15/1989 C 2 P N C49 



2 9/29/1989 A 1 D N B53 



CHH 1 


1/04/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


1/15/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


2/02/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


3/12/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 


3/27/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


4/05/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


4/14/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


6/04/1939 B 


1 T F C50 


CHH 1 


7/08/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


7/17/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


H 2 


7/18/1989 C 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


8/16/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


H 2 


8/31/1989 B 


2 P N R63 


CHH 1 


9/05/1989 A 


3 N S17 


CHH 1 


10/03/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


10/19/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


10/24/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/05/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


12/14/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


H 2 


8/10/1989 C 


2 P H45 


H 2 


8/20/1989 D 


3 P U H45 


CHH 1 


5/20/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


5/23/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


H 2 


4/23/1989 B 


1 U N36 


H 2 


3/05/1989 E 


1 P F S56 


H 2 


3/07/1989 A 


6 N S56 


H 2 


3/11/1989 C 


1 N W66 


S 2 


3/11/1989 A 


5 P P T37 


CHH 1 


12/12/1989 A 


1 P N C62 



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HUDGINS, DANIEL C. u „ .......... 

COMMUNITY SHOWS ITS HEART H 2 1/04/1989 A 

CHILD PROTECTION WOE PROMPTS SOCIAL SERVICES TO ENGAGE CONSULTANTS H 2 1/26/1989 C 

CHILD-ABUSE REPORTS RISE S 2 3/13/1989 A 

CHILD-ABUSE PROBLEM NEEDS RENEWED FOCUS S 2 3/18/1989 A 

WAY CLEARED FOR JURY TRIAL IN CHILD-NEGLIGENCE LAWSUIT H 2 3/20/1989 B 

COUNTY MEDICAID LIST TO SWELL BY 1,000 WITH FEDERAL PROGRAM H 2 4/05/1989 C 

SBI, NOT SPECIAL GRAND JURY, TO PROBE CHILD-ABUSE CHARGES H 2 4/22/1989 C 

HUDGINS WELCOMES CHILD-ABUSE PROBE _ _ S 2 4/22/1989 A 

CHILD ABUSE REACTION PROBLEMS NOT UNIQUE TO COUNTY - REPORT H 2 6/13/1989 C 

CULTURAL DIFFERENCES EXCUSE CHALLENGED IN CHILD NEGLECT REPORTING H 2 6/15/1989 C 

SOCIAL WORKERS 'TARRED AND FEATHERED,' DEFENSE LAWYER CLAIMS H 2 7/21/1989 C 

SOCIAL SERVICES DIRECTOR DENIED CHANGE-OF-VENUE REQUEST IN LAWSUIT TRIAL H 2 7/25/1989 B 

DURHAM JUDGE WANTS TRIAL TO PROCEED AS SCHEDULED S 2 7/25/1989 C 

TRIAL TO BEGIN IN CHILD-WELFARE NEGLIGENCE SUIT H 2 8/28/1989 B 

SUIT AGAINST SOCIAL SERVICES OFFICIALS GOES BEHIND DOORS H 2 8/29/1989 C 

SUIT AGAINST SOCIAL SERVICES REPORTEDLY REACHES SETTLEMENT H 2 8/30/1989 C 

LAWYERS IN NEGLIGENCE SUIT WILL RETURN TO COURT S 2 8/30/1989 B 

COUNTY SETTLES IN CHILD ABUSE CASE S 2 8/31/1989 A 

ABUSED CHILD SUIT SETTLEMENT! ilOO,000 OVER NEXT 26 YEARS H 2 9/01/1989 C 

ANNUITY EASES STING OF LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT S 2 9/01/1989 C 

SUIT SETTLEMENT SATISFIES COUNTY OFFICIALS S 2 9/02/1989 C 

12-YEAR-OLD RECIPIENT OF LAWSUIT 'DOING PRETTY GOOD' IN IOWA H 2 9/04/1989 B 

NEW PROGRAM AIMS SKILLS AT PEOPLE IN POVERTY S 2 10/18/1989 B 



HUDSON, FITZGERALD (DUKE UNIV, 
DUKE CHAPEL IN GLASS 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES) 



HUDSON, JEAN (LIBEL SUIT) 

COUPLE BRINGS LIBEL SUIT AGAINST CHATHAM PAPER 
PUBLICATION BAN ASKED IN RECORD SUIT 
RECORD ASKS COURT TO DISMISS LIBEL SUIT 

HUDSON, ORLANDO F. 

NEW SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE 

NEW JUDGE 

DURHAM COUNTY BAR TO NARROW LIST OF JUDGESHIP CANDIDATES 

NOMINATIONS STAND ON DISTRICT JUDGE 

BAR HONORS NEW JUDGES AT RECEPTION 

GOVERNOR NAMES WILLIAM MANSON TO JUDGE'S SEAT 

BAR ASSOCIATION RECOGNIZES JUDGES 

JUDGE STOPS STATE FROM MARRING LEGAL PROCESS 

JUVENILES' COURT-ORDERED PSYCHIATRIC CARE COSTLY 

HUDSON, ROCK 

HUDSON'S GIGOLO REWARDED 

HUDSON, TOM (LIBEL SUIT) 

COUPLE BRINGS LIBEL SUIT AGAINST CHATHAM PAPER 
PUBLICATION BAN ASKED IN RECORD SUIT 
RECORD ASKS COURT TO DISMISS LIBEL SUIT 

HUDSON, TOMMY 

HUDSON 1ST FILER FOR CITY COUNCIL SEAT 

HUDSON WILL TRY TO REGAIN SEAT ON DURHAM CITY COUNCIL 

22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 

CITY ELECTION LINEUPj BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 

NEW GROUP HOPES TO INCREASE VOTERS 

FRIENDS OF DURHAM BACK STRAWBRIDGE FOR MAYOR 

VOTE FOR TOMMY HUDSON, DURHAM CITY COUNCIL AT LARGE (AD) 

TOMMY HUDSON FOR DURHAM CITY COUNCIL AT LARGE (AD) 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

VOTE/ '89 j VOTING PRECINCT TALLY 

HUDSON'S QUIET POLITICS MAY CHANGE ELECTIONS 

VOTE FOR DURHAM'S FUTURE/TOMMY HUDSON FOR DURHAM CITY COUNCIL AT LARGE 

CANDIDATES' VIEWS VARY ON EXTENT OF CITY FUNDING FOR HOUSING 

VOTE FOR DURHAM'S FUTURE 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL GETS 3, KEEPS 3 WINNERS (ERROR IN RESULTS) 



CHH 1 10/10/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 



1/03/1989 C 
1/03/1989 B 
1/07/1989 A 
1/26/1989 
2/11/1989 
3/01/1989 
3/11/1989 
8/01/1989 
10/22/1989 



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N A54 
N M06 
E 

N S82 
N A54 
N S82 
N B53 
N C60 
N C60 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N 
N 

N B53 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N H65 
N S32 
N H65 



H 2 3/04/1989 C 3 P P 



3 N M25 
3 N M25 
3 N H25 



P T37 
P T37 
N B53 
N 

P C45 
N 882 
P K30 
E 
N S82 



H 2 2/20/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 10/10/1989 A 


3 N M25 


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CITY COUNCIL WARDS/VOTING TALLY (ERROR IN RESULTS) 

GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB REAL WARD 1 WINNER 

HIGH VOTER TURNOUT TURNS VOTE AROUND 

JENKINS CITY'S 1ST BLACK MAYOR 

COMPUTER TWISTS ELECTION RETURNS 

HAYWIRE MACHINE COUNTED PRECINCT VOTE TOTALS TWICE 

HUEY, ALBERT 

WELLS' FILING CREATES 3-UAY RACE FOR MAYOR 

THIRD CANDIDATE RUNNING FOR MAYOR 

22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 

CANDIDATES MUST BE MORE OPEN WITH PEOPLE 

CITY ELECTION LINEUP ; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 

VOTE FOR ALBERT HUEY <AD) 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

V0TE/'89; VOTING PRECINCT TALLY 

CLEMENT SAYS CITY NEEDS TO CREATE A HOUSING COMMISSION 

HUEY SAYS USE BONDS AS SEED 

VOTE FOR ALBERT HUEY 

CITY COUNCIL WARDS/VOTING TALLY (ERROR IN RESULTS) 

GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB REAL WARD 1 WINNER 

HIGH VOTER TURNOUT TURNS VOTE AROUND 

JENKINS CITY'S 1ST BLACK MAYOR 

COMPUTER TWISTS ELECTION RETURNS 

HAYWIRE MACHINE COUNTED PRECINCT VOTE TOTALS TWICE 

HUFF, RAY BAXTER (GRANVILLE COUNTY) 

RUN-OFFS ARE POSSIBLE IN FOUR GRANVILLE DISTRICTS 
AT LEAST ONE RUN-OFF PLANNED IN GRANVILLE 
GRANVILLE COUNTY RUN-OFFS SETTLE THREE CONTESTS 
HUFF RESIGNS AS GRANVILLE COUNTY COMMISSIONER 
GRANVILLE BOARD MUST FILL VACANCY 

HUFFINES, WILLIAM DR. 

JUDGE RULES UNC CAN PROTECT RESEARCH DOCUMENTS 

HUFFMAN, EDDIE (CHAPEL HILL HERALD REPORTER) 

TWO STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS CAPTURE TOP N.C. PRIZES 

3 ON SUN STAFF WIN PRESS AWARDS 

AND THEN THERE'S THE NORTH JURY 

CONCERT REVIEW AN OUTRAGE 

REVIEW DOESN'T UNDERSTAND 

REVIEW CALLED WRONG 

JO 'DEVIL DOG' HUFFMAN LEARNS THE OBEDIENCE ROPES 

GRATEFUL BEAD FANS OBJECT 

REVIEWER WAS DEAD WRONG 

HIGH TECH MEANS GADGETS MADE (ALMOST) SIMPLER 

HUFFMAN, HOWARD WILLIAM (SEXUAL OFFENSE CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE HIT WITH ROCKS, BOTTLES BEFORE DISTURBANCE QUELLED 

HUGGINS, VIC 

HUGGINS, MR. RAM OF UNC, DIES AT 88 
HUGGINS t MISSING CONNECTION 

HUGHES, JERRY DENNIS JR. (WEAPONS CHARGES) 
AGENTS TO PRES S WEA PONS CHARGES 
ESCAPEE PENS LETTER; 14- YEAR-OLD CASE ENDS 

HUGHES, KAREN (VIOLINIST) 
VIOLIN PLUCKING 

HUGHES, KAY 

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HUGHEY, DAVE 

LITERACY COUNCIL ELECTS OFFICERS; PLANS EXPANSION 

HUGHLEY, CAREY (SWIMMER) 

DURHAM SWIMMERS WIN HIGH HONORS IN MEET 

HULKA, BARBARA S. DR. 

BREAST CANCER STUDIES FOUND CONFLICTING 

HULL, THOMAS (LINKS INC.) 
THAT SPELLS RELIEF 

HUMPHREY, DORIS (CHOREOGRAPHER) 

$25,000 DANCE PRIZE GOING TO DEAD CHOREOGRAPHERS 
ADF AWARD CARRIES SENSE OF HISTORY 
ADF AWARD HONORS DANCE PIONEERS 

HUMPHREY, KATHRYN V. 

DURHAM WOMAN PRISON'S TOP 1989 EMPLOYEE 

HUMPHREY, LAUREL DIANE (DECEASED) 

FORMER DURHAM RESIDENTS DIE IN WATERFALL ACCIDENT 

PATHOLOGIST AT DUKE CANCER CENTER ONE OF FIRST FIVE MCDONNELL FELLOWS 

HUMPHRIES, JASON THOMAS (SHOOTING CHARGES) 

DURHAM TEENS' DISPUTE ENDS IN SHOPPING CENTER SHOOTING 
51 NEW INDICTMENTS GIVE MAN 330 

HIMPHRTES JOSTF 

FROM'THE HEART? NINE ARE HONORED AS VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR 

HUNEYCUTT, CHARLES JEROME JR. 'JERRY* 

DUKE ATHLETE, FIGHTER PILOT, MIA COMES HOME TO ARLINGTON 
GOOD DEEDS OFF FIELD 
VIETNAM PLAY BENEFITS VETS 

HUNSUCKLE, GREG 

TWO CREDITED WITH SAVING LIFE 

HUNSVALD, LARS 

DURHAM SET FOR 'HANDMAID'S TALE' 

HUNT, DAN (WILTON) 

WILTON CELEBRATES 'GREAT GRANVILLE DAY' 

HUNT, GAIL (STABBING SUSPECT) 

50 STITCHES REQUIRED AFTER MAN STABBED 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR. (FORMER GOVERNOR) 
MARTIN'S '89 LIKE HUNT'S '81 

NEW STATE ROADS PROGRAM MAY INCREASE TOLLS ON N.C. FERRIES 
HUNT ADVISED TO NOT OPPOSE HELMS 
BIG-BUCK SENATE CAMPAIGNS 

FORMER VICE PRESIDENT AT TELECOM IS ELECTED WORLD TRADE CHAIRMAN 
ANOTHER HELMS-HUNT BATTLE? 
SURVEY FAVORS HUNT IN REMATCH WITH HELMS 
SEEKING EXCELLENCE OR CONTROL? 
HUNT SAYS HE WON'T SEEK 1990 REMATCH WITH HELMS 
HUNT SPARES TAR KEELS BY NOT FACING HELMS 
SHADOWING HUNT-HELMS FIASCO 

HUNT RE-ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF TEACHER-CERTIFICATION GROUP 
WORLD TRADE CENTER OPENS "ONE STOP FOREIGN MARKET" 

HUNT, JOHN "JACK" (D-CLEVELAND) 

1991 RACE FOR SPEAKER OF HOUSE GETS OFF TO AN EARLY START 



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POLICE LOG/DURHAM WOMAN CHARGED WITH BUI 

HIM, MICHAEL (HISTORY PROFESSOR) 

CHINESE MOTIVATION DIFFERS FROM U.S. POLITICAL IDEAS 

HUNT, MICHAEL KENNETH (FORGERY CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/HIDDEN POLICE OFFICER MAKES DRUG ARREST 

HUNT, MICHAEL THOMAS (FLIM-FLAM CHARGES) 

•BAD BLOOD' CASE SETS OFF SPARKS BETWEEN LAWYER, PROSECUTOR 

JURY INDICTS MAN IN SHOOTING DEATH 

•RIPPING OFF OLD LADIES' GETS REPAIRMAN 12-YEAR SENTENCE 

HUNT, RALPH (D-DURHAM) 

DURHAM HOUSE MEMBERS BACK RAMSEY 

SENATE COMMITTEE POSTS FILLED; ROYALL GETS APPROPRIATIONS JOB 

TWO BLACK LEGISLATORS SAY RACISM BLOCKING MERGER 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SFECIAL SECTION) 

SCHOOLS OF CHOICE IDEA DRAUS CRITICISM 

RACISM NOT ONLY FAULT WITH IDEA FOR SCHOOLS 

MANY SENATE DEMOCRATS COMMITTED TO HELPING, HUNT TELLS COUNTY TEACHERS 

SUPPORT GROWS FOR CUTTING SOME SECOND PRIMARIES 

SECOND PRIMARIES MAY BE ON WAY OUT 

INSIGHT/WITHOUT RUNOFFS LOSERS WINNERS 

SEN. HUNT BACKS TEACHER PAY HIKE 

N.C. SENATE TENTATIVELY OKS PLAN TO REDUCE NUMBER OF RUNOFFS 

MICHAUX OPTIMISTIC OVER HUNT'S ANTI-RUNOFF BILL 

SECOND PRIMARY RULES NEED MAJOR CHANGE 

2 DURHAM LEGISLATORS OPPOSE NEW ABORTION BILL 

COUNTY ASKS LAWMAKERS' HELP ON JOINT-PROJECT TAXES 

ALL FIVE MEMBERS OF LEGISLATURE FROM COUNTY LIKELY TO RUN AGAIN 

FIVE DURHAM RESIDENTS CHOSEN FOR GANTT ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

HUNT, SAM 

SAM HUNT WILL LEAD INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE 
REP. HUNT CHARGES UNC PRINTING EXPENDITURES OUT OF LINE 
INSIGHT/TWO-PARTY STATE? NOT EVERYWHERE; POLL OVERLOOKS DEMOCRATS'... 
HOUSE-SENATE PANEL NEGOTIATES SPENDING 

BUNT, THOMAS MONTAGUE (DECEASED) 

THOMAS HUNT, FORMER COUNCILMAN 

HUNT, TOMMY (JOHN THOMAS; SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER) 
BELL PUSHES SCHOOL-MERGER PLANNING 
RIVERSIDE HIGH NAMED PICKED IN 4-1 BOARD VOTE 

HUNT, WANDA 

CENTER MAY GET »5 MILLION BOOST 

HUNT WON'T SEEK FIFTH SENATE TERM 

REECE EXPECTS SENATE VICTORY 

TIME CONSTRAINTS NARROW POLITICAL FIELD 

HUNTER, BOB (D-MCDOWELL) 

1991 RACE FOR SFEAKER OF HOUSE GETS OFF TO AN EARLY START 

HUNTER, CLAUDE (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

POLICE SAY DISPUTE ENDS IN SHOOTING 

PILLOW TALK ROUGH! MAN SHOOTS MAN 

MAN SOUGHT BY POLICE IN SHOOTING TURNS HIMSELF IN 

HUNTER, JIM "CATFISH" (BASEBALL PLAYER) 

HUNTER MAKING PITCH FOR DIABETES FOUNDATION/BASEBALL NOTES 

HERTFORD'S HALL OF FAMER 

HALL OF FAMER MAKES PITCH AGAINST DIABETES 

'CATFISH' HUNTER PITCHING AGAINST DIABETES 

HUPMAN, WILLIAM R. "BOB" (MEBANE) 

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DUKE'S HURLEY MAKES HIS POINT 

HURLEY CONTINUES TO MAKE BELIEVERS 

HURLEY ONE OF FEU FRESH(MAN) FACES IN DEVILS' LINEUP 

HURLEY DOESN'T EXPECT TO PLAY LIKE A FRESHMAN 

SUCCESSFUL AUTHOR LEARNS: 'WRITERS DO HAVE TO SERVE AN APPRENTICESHIP' 

HUSA, KAREL (COMPOSER) „ 

'ENCOUNTERS' OFFERS COMPLEMENTARY WORKS FROM 2 COMPOSERS 



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HUSTVEDT, CHERYL 

LETTER WAS WRONG 

HUTCHINS, MARY KENDRICK (DECEASED) „„ 

FUNERAL TODAY FOR FORMER HEAD OF NURSERY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION 

HUTSON, CRAIG 

HERALD-SUN HIGHLIGHTS 

'2-DOG NIGHTMARE OVER, VET SEEKS HAPPY ENDING 

HUTTON, ELIZABETH 

REACHING OUT FOR SUPPORT/HEALING THE MIND 

HYDE, ANDREW JR. (ROBBERY CHARGE) 

TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

HYDE, WALLACE N. =-, „ 

BATTLE IS BREWING FOR SEAT ON UNC BOARD OF GOVERNORS 
UNC BOARD CANDIDATES INTERVIEWED 

HYMAN, FRANK 

'HEY THERE, CLAY HAMNER, COME IN FROM THE COLD' 

IACOCCA, LEE 

EDUCATION ROAD TO SUCCESS 

IAN, JANIS 

JANIS IAN, TAKE 3 

PRODIGY'S PROGRESS/'SOCIETY'S CHILD' SINGS OUT AGAIN 

IBARGUEN, ED (GOLF) 
MONEY RAISED 

IBBY, TYRONE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/NEW YEAR'S DAY BRINGS 3 CHARGES OF DRUNKEN DRIVING 

IBRAHIM, MICHEL A. DR. 

HEALTH ISSUES FOCUS OF CONFERENCE 

MATERNAL HEALTH CENTERPIECE OF APRIL EVENT 

BLACK FACULTY REPORT BLASTS UNC POLICIES 

UNC TO INSTALL CONDOM MACHINES IN RESIDENCE HALLS 

PUBLIC HEALTH TO MARK 50TH YEAR 

UNC COUNCIL TARGETS JOB EVALUATIONS FOR TOP ADMINISTRATORS 

AIDS VICTIM TO SPEAK AT UNC FRIDAY 

IBRAHIM, NABIL 

LOCAL AMNESTY GROUP COMMEMORATES PRISONER'S 5TH YEAR 

INGRAM, MARCUS DR. 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/DR. MARCUS INGRAM 

INGRAM, SHARON (SHARON'S WAY HAY-CARE CENTER) 

A VISIT FROM ST. NICHOLAS/IT HELPS TO KEEP THE MIND ALIVE 

INMAN, JOHN (GOLFER) 

GOLF VACATIONLAND REBORN; WITH THE 1990S, MORE PRO GOLF MAY COME TO N.C. 
FORMER TAR HEEL INMAN STRUGGLING TO KEEP 'JOB' ON PGA TOUR/GOLF 



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inman, karla 

ncoj years prepare her for life and career in fashion/class of '39 

insko, verla 

ouasa oks 6 percent rate increase 
interim chairwoman named 
insko to chair owasa board 

ireland, david 

who should decide hot art the public can see'' 

isaak, garreth (killed in action) 

camp lejeune marine among those killed during invasion 

isler, marshall 

investor uants old civic center for use as athletic club or office 

'food fight' looms over plans for old armory 

despite protest, city oks festive market 

festive market plan big gamble by city 

isler says he's met surprises in food court creation costs 

isler says he has finances for civic center food court 

developer isler meets city deadline 

developer wants lower food-court rent 

theater project needs push 

rent change should benefit city taxpayers 

isley, alexander 

designing man; durham designer makes a mark in new york 

itabashi, e. 

savagery of fur fashion must end 

ivey, jerome (drug charges) 

police log/ncrthgate guard's nose brgken; teen charged 
police log/car knocks down door of duplex 

jack, william "billy" 

treyburn 'developing' golf and tennis 

jackson, andrew thomas (murder victim) 

roxboro man gets 12 years in september beating death 

jackson, bo 

stick with baseball, bo 

jackson, bob (genesis house) 

contributing to the triangle/bob jackson 

jackson, carolyn 

school official stepping down 

county schools losing assistant superintendent 

county seniors graduate tonight 

chief wants to overhaul operations 

jackson, donna (fire) 

family devastated by fire needs help 

jackson, donnie (drug charges) 

heroin, cocaine confiscated by police, four men charged 
police: man hid coke in mouth 

jackson, fred (dwi) 

police log/driver faces third revoked license case 
police log/two burglary calls result in capture 

jackson, freddie (singer) 

versatile jackson starts national tour in raleigh 



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2 12/22/1989 A 
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1 P N C61 
1 P N C61 
1 P N C61 
4 E 
1 N C61 

1 N C61 

2 N 

1 P N C61 
4 E 
4 E 


H 


2 5/14/1989 E 


1 P F S56 


CHH 


1 1/14/1989 A 


4 L 


H 
H 


2 10/09/1989 B 
2 12/12/1989 C 


6 N M51 
1 N M51 


S 


2 5/02/1989 D 


6 P N A76 


S 


2 2/01/1989 C 


1 N B53 



H 2 7/14/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 2/11/1989 D 3 P B 



S 2 5/13/1989 C 1 P N S92 

H 2 5/19/1989 C 3 N J40 

S 2 6/15/1989 C 1 P N 

S 2 8/04/1989 C 1 P N S92 



S 2 2/22/1989 A 1 N B53 



H 2 3/13/1989 B 10 N 
H 2 6/08/1989 C 4 N 



H 2 10/14/1989 C 2 N R63 
H 2 12/04/1989 C 1 N M51 



H 2 6/16/1989 D 6 P F 



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S 1 T 

E L Y 

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H 2 4/19/1989 B 
H 2 8/02/1989 A 



H 2 10/29/1989 B 
H 2 10/31/1989 C 



Cm 1 2/01/1989 A 7 P N 



S 2 6/08/1989 A 
H 2 12/03/1989 D 



CHH 1 6/21/1989 A 7 P F 



MAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT ON N.C. 147 

>mS ACC0UNT^NA^MEETIN6 LACKED HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 

JACKSON, JAMES (DECEASED) _ 

ONE KILLED, TWO INJURED IN TRINITY AVENUE FIRE 
MICROWAVE OVEN LIKELY ORIGIN OF FATAL FIRE 

LECTURES, DISCUSSIONS MARK BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS 

JACKSON, JESSE L. REV, _ iiAn 

JACKSON SHOULD NOT CASH IN ON DRUG WAR 
JESSE JACKSON: TOP-DOWN BUILDER 

JACKSON, LINUARD "JACK" 
FATHERS OF THE YEAR 

JACKSON, LYNNE (SINGER/SONGWRITER) 

PALTER, JACKSON INSPIRE YOUTHS AT WORKSHOP 

JACKSON, MICHELLE 

A CASE OF BLIND DEVOTION 

JACKSON, MILT (MUSICIAN) 

MILT JACKSON IS STILL BREAKING THAT MJQ MOLD 

JACKSON, MYRNA K. „. _ _ „___ 

DUKE MOVES PROJECTS AIDE TO PUBLIC-AFFAIRS INSTITUTE 

JACKSON, PAUL ALEXANDER (MURDER VICTIM) ^^ 

HAMLET PLEADS GUILTY TO MANSLAUGHTER, DRAWS 8-YEAR TERM 

JACKSON, QUENTIN (BASKETBALL) 

QUENTIN JACKSON: AUTHOR OFFERS MONEY 

JACKSON, REGGIE 

CORRECTION j REGGIE JACKSON GUEST APPEARANCE! 
REGGIE SIGNS WHILE WAITING FOR CHANCE 
MR. OCTOBER: THE NAME MEANS FAME 

JACKSON, RICHARD LARRY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DWI, SPEEDING CHARGES FILED AGAINST CHAPEL HILL MAN 

JACKSON, ROBERT (FIRE) 

FAMILY DEVASTATED BY FIRE NEEDS HELP 

DUE FORA CHANGE; STATE OFFICIAL DISCUSSES PENDING EDUCATION LEGISLATION CHH 1 5/20/1989 A 

YUSEF JACKSON MAKING NAME FOR HIMSELF AS VIRGINIA LINEBACKER 

JACOBS, BARRY (HILLSBOROUGH) 

PLANNERS SAY DEVELOPMENT BLUEPRINT IS 'IN A VACUUM' 

DUKE'S PLAN WOULD SAVE MUCH OF FOREST/SUNDAY FOCUS 

UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN DUKE, COUNTY FALLS APART 

COUNTY PLANNERS LUKEWARM ON DEVELOPMENT BLUEPRINT 

CLARIFICATION 

RURAL STUDY WILL TAKE MORE TIME _ 

WARNING, CONTROVERSY ATTRACTED PUBLISHER TO MANUSCRIPT 

WATERSHED BUILDING MORATORIUM GETS OK FROM PLANNERS 

GIVE DEMOCRACY A CHANCE TO WORK ON WATERSHED ISSUE 

1-40 STANDS BETWEEN HILLSBOROUGH, COUNTY 

LITTLE RIVER, CEDAR GROVE ZONING EYED 

DIFFERENT SEASON, DIFFERENT CHALLENGES IN ACC 

BACK TO THE LAND .... 

COMMISSIONERS VOICE IMPATIENCE WITH RURAL CHARACTER COMMITTEE 

HIGH TECH/SCOTT'S 42 NO. 2 ON JACKETS LIST 



N 



1 P N M51 
4 N M51 



4 E 
4 E 



H 2 


8/01/1989 A 


6 P R S66 


H 2 


7/16/1989 A 


1 P N K65 


H 2 


1/27/1989 D 


8 P R S66 


S 2 


4/12/1989 C 


1 N 


H 2 


3/07/1989 B 


5 N 


S 2 


1/11/1989 D 


1 N 


H 2 


5/12/1989 A 


6 N 


H 2 


5/14/1989 C 


1 P N P75 


S 2 


5/15/1989 D 


2 P U D18 


CHH 1 


1/02/1989 A 


3 N 


S 2 


2/22/1989 A 


1 N B53 


CHH 1 


5/20/1989 A 


5 N H90 


H 2 


9/21/1989 D 


1 P N C49 


CHH 1 


1/14/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


2/26/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


3/01/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/13/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


5/24/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


5/25/1989 A 


3 N D38 


H 2 


7/29/1989 D 


1 N 


CHH 1 


9/20/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


9/21/1989 A 


4 P U 


CHH 1 


10/07/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


10/12/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


H 2 10/15/1989 C 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


10/30/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


12/06/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


H 2 12/07/1989 C 


1 P N 



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MARYLAND FIGURES TO DRAU TOUGH PENALTIES 
TECH'S SCOn, ANDERSON TAKE AIM ON RECORDS 
BLUE DEVILS TRYING TO MATCH OFFENSE TO SKILLS 

JACOBS, DONNIE H. (DECEASED) 

DONNIE H. JACOBS, 75, FORMER CITY COUNCILMAN 

JACOBS, JERRY (DECEASED) 
WILMINGTON 10 'S JACOBS 

JACOBS, JOHN BUCK (DRUG CHARGES) 
FACES DRUG CHARGES 
POLICE SAY BOND REFLECTS THREAT VS. VICE OFFICER 

JACOBS, K.M, (POLICE OFFICER) 
DUCKING BULLETS, TEMPER 

JACOBS, LEROY (FIRE) 

BLAZE DAMAGES TWO-STORY HOUSE; NO INJURIES RESULT 

JACOBS, TIMOTHY (LUMBERTON) 

ACTIVISTS CAN'T HAVE IT BOTH WAYS 

INDIAN RESERVATION A TRADITIONAL SANCTUARY 

N.Y. APPROVES EXTRADITION Of INDIAN FUGITIVE JACOBS 

INDIANS TO FIGHT EXTRADITION 

N.Y. JUDGE HALTS EXTRADITION OF JACOBS FOR KIDNAP TRIAL 

STILL FREE 

ROBESONIAN EDITOR TELLS JOURNALISTS 'INSIDE STORY' OF HOSTAGE INCIDENT 

INDIANS' SUIT ASKS FEDERAL COURT TO BLOCK EXTRADITIONS 

HOSTAGE ANNIVERSARY AT NEWSPAPER DRAWS JOKES AND CRANK CALLS 

N.Y. JUDGE REJECTS REQUEST BY TIMOTHY JACOBS FOR ADVISORY JURY... 

MINISTER SAYS CONTRACT TAKEN OUT ON JACOBS 

JUDGE RESERVES DECISION ON EXTRADITION OF JACOBS 

N.Y. JUDGE RULES AGAINST JACOBS AND REVOKES BAIL 

DECISION EXPECTED TODAY ON JACOBS' APPEAL OF RULING 

COURT CLEARS WAY FOR JACOBS' RETURN TO N.C. 

JACOBS DECIDES TO DROP FIGHT AGAINST EXTRADITION 

JACOBS BACK IN N.C, SCHEDULED TO APPEAR IN ROBESON COURTROOM 

BOND FOR JACOBS SET AT tlOO,000 

PROMISES TO JACOBS SHOULDN'T BE MADE 

2 DUKE STUDENTS FACE CHARGES 

JACOBS STRIKES PLEA BARGAIN 

JACOBS PLEADS GUILTY, GETS 6- YEAR SENTENCE 

CHRISTIC LAWYERS PLAN RESPONSE TO SANCTIONS CALL 

THESE ALLEGATIONS ARE ABSURD, COURT SHOULD REQUIRE CHRISTIC INSTITUTE,. 

HATCHER'S RETURN HELPS DRAW CASE TO A CLOSE 

SANCTIONS SOUGHT ON INDIAN ACTIVISTS' LAWYERS 



JAFFE, STEPHEN 

COMPOSER WINS AWARD 
DUKE'S JAFFE GETS 'TIMES' 



APPROVAL 



JAGGER, MICK 

CARTER-FINLEY STADIUM PREPS FOR STONES MOB 

THE TEST OF TIME! A 24- YEAR-OLD INTERVIEW WITH MICK JAGGER 

CROWD OF PAST, FTCSENT FANS BOW TO ROCK-AND-ROLL... (CORRECTED 9-18-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

JAMES, COLIN (GUITARIST) 

HOT CANADIAN AT LONGBRANCH 

JAMES, HINTON 

UNC STUDENTS TO RE-ENACT JAMES' TRIP 
RUNNERS RETRACE STEPS OF FIRST UNC STUDENT 

JAMES, INEZ 

OLD-FASHIONED NURSE APPRECIATED IN HIGH-TECH WORLD AT DUKE 

JAMES, JASON 

UNC TUITION HIKE NO CAUSE FOR WHINING 



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H 2 12/14/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 12/21/1989 B 1 P N 
H 2 12/28/1989 C 3 P N 



H 2 4/19/1989 C 4 
H 2 3/21/1989 C 6 



H 3 4/12/1989 C 2 N 
S 2 4/13/1989 A 15 N 



H 2 11/16/1989 A 4 E 
CHH 1 1/02/1989 A 1 P N C62 



CHH 


1 


1/04/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


1/11/1989 A 


1 


P N 


S 


2 


1/11/1989 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/13/1989 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/13/1989 A 


2 P P 


CHH 


1 


1/28/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


H 


2 


2/01/1989 A 


1 


P N 


H 


1 


2/02/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/18/1989 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/01/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/04/1989 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


3/15/1989 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


3/21/1989 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


3/22/1989 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


3/23/1989 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


3/24/1989 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


3/25/1989 A 


9 P N 


S 


2 


3/25/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


4/06/1989 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 


5/04/1989 A 


1 


P N 


H 


2 


5/05/1989 A 


1 


P N 


CHH 


1 


7/03/1989 A 


3 


N S17 


H 


2 


7/06/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


7/06/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/09/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


2/22/1989 D 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/24/1989 A 


6 


U W66 



H 2 9/15/1989 D 8 P F S56 

H 2 9/16/1989 A 1 P U H49 

H 2 9/17/1989 A 1 P R S22 

H 2 9/18/1989 A 2 N 



H 2 3/03/1989 D 2 P N 



CHH 1 3/30/1989 A 5 N 
CHH 1 4/02/1989 A 3 N L90 



H 2 5/19/1989 C 4 N D80 
H 2 9/30/1989 A 4 J 



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JAMES, SHIRLEY 

CLERK SAYS SHE'LL SEEK SECOND TERM 

JANOWSKY, DAVID S. DR. 

UNC ALCOHOL RESEARCH CENTER TO GET *5 MILLION 

JARD, LLOYD 

UNC PRESENTS 4 DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDALS 

JARRELL, BEVERLY 

CITY SCHOOLS PICK 4 TEACHER FINALISTS 

JARRELL, KENNETH RAY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/CARRBORO MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

JARUZELSKI, WOICIECH (POLAND) ,_, wrmM „ 
TWO POLISH LEADERS, TUO DIFFERENT STYLES 

^ BREATHING EASIER/HOSPITAL OPENS NEW LAB TO STUDY SLEEP DISORDER 

JASKOT, PAH 

LIBRARIES HOPE MEEK SPREADS THEIR MISSION 

JASTER, LARRY (BASEBALL) __ „ Anm 

RAIN DELAYS BULLS OPENER; STIRS MEMORIES FOR JASTER 

JAY, ZELODIS 

DEMOCRATS FILE FOR FIVE SEATS ON BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 
AT LEAST ONE RUN-OFF PLANNED IN GRANVILLE 
DEMOCRATS SELECT JAY TO FILL VACANT POST IN GRANVILLE 
JAY NAMED TO GRANVILLE BOARD 

JEANNE, ANNE FOREST (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/THREE CHARGED WITH DWI 

JEFFERS, KENNETH MAX (DRUG CHARGES) 

ARRESTS INVOLVE *300 MILLION IN COCAINE 

POLICE ARREST 'MAJOR PLAYERS' IN DURHAM DRUG SALES 

JEFFREY, PAUL (MUSICIAN) _ _ „,„ 

TO HONOR THELONIOUS MONK; 'HIGH PRIEST'S' MEMORY DRAWS JAZZ ZEALOTS 

JEFFREYS, ANNE 

DAYS OF YESTERYEAR ARE BACK WITH WESTERN FILMS IN RALEIGH 

JEFFREYS, GLENN THOMAS (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL POLICE CHARGE 3 WITH DWI 

JEFFRIES, BARRY (ASSAULT VICTIM) 
STORE MANAGER CUT 

JEFFRIES, KALON 

AN OSCAR FOR FORGOTTEN ADULTS/SUNDAY FOCUS: AUTISM 

JEFFRIES, LACY GARY (KILLED IN FIRE) 

FLAMMABLE LIQUID BLAMED FOR FIRE THAT CLAIMS FOUR 

JEFFRIES, LYNETTE COLES , 

AES MEMBER HONORED WITH AWARD FOR STRONG LEADERSHIP 

JEFFRIES, OTTIS (DRUG CHARGES) 

MORE CHARGES FILED IN BREAK-IN CASES/POLICE LOG 

JENKINS, C. B. (WRITER) 

SINGLE, AND GLAD TO ADMIT HIS SEASON OF UNCERTAINTY 

JENKINS, CHESTER L. 

NUMBERS DON'T TALLY 



CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/15/1989 A 

S 2 5/17/1989 A 

S 2 5/23/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/25/1989 A 

H 2 7/30/1989 E 

S 2 11/11/1989 C 

S 2 4/10/1989 C 

S 2 4/08/1989 B 



H 2 2/24/1989 C 

H 2 4/13/1989 C 

H 1 7/06/1989 C 

H 1 7/25/1989 B 



3 P N H90 

3 N M20 
17 N 

1 N S92 
9 N 

4 P U H49 
1 N H65 
1 P N H65 
1 P N P52 



1 N T33 

1 N T33 

1 P N H60 

1 P N T33 



CHH 1 8/13/1989 A 3 N 



S 2 
H 2 


6/07/1989 A 
6/08/1989 A 


1 P N B53 
1 N M51 


H 2 


1/15/1989 A 


1 P N P38 


H 2 


6/16/1989 D 


2 P F H60 


CHH 1 


3/07/1989 A 


8 N 


H 1 


3/16/1989 C 


2 N 


CHH 1 


3/26/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


H 2 12/23/1989 B 


1 P N H60 


CHH 1 


12/21/1989 A 


10 P N 


H 2 10/06/1989 C 


3 N N36 


H 2 


2/05/1989 E 


5 P W 


H 2 


1/17/1989 A 


4 E 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



SOUR NOTE DELAYS VOTE ON JAZZ SCHOOL 
2ND COUNCIL VOTE BACKS CAMPUS HILLS DECISION 
GULLEY, 3 COUNCILMEN MAY RUN FOR MAYOR 
DELEGATION YENS TO TIE KNOT WITH JAPANESE CITY 
JENKINS SEEKS BUDGET FROPOSAL UITHOUT TAX HIKE FROM CITY MANAGER 
NO-TAX-HIKE BUDGET GOOD WAY TO BEGIN 
SPAULDING, BROWN BAR MAYOR'S RACE 
SPAULDING, BROWN SUPPORT JENKINS IN MAYOR'S RACE 
JENKINS GETS A HEAD START 

FIVE BLACKS MIXED IN FEELINGS ABOUT SPAULDING MEETING 
22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 
CITY ELECTION LINEUP; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 
JENKINS URGES ZONING MIDDLE GROUND FOR DEVELOPERS AND FOES 
JENKINS SAYS HE WILL SPEND $10,000 ON MAYORAL PRIMARY 
WHERE IS THE 'MIDDLE GROUND'? 
FOR MAYOR, CHESTER JENKINS (AD) 
SHARED TIES 

MOST CANDIDATES FAVOR REFERENDUM ON MAJOR PROJECTS 
VOTERS' ALLIANCE MAKES ENDORSEMENTS (CORRECTED 10-5-89) 
PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE BACKS WELLS FOR MAYOR; HOMEBUILDERS FAVOR TILLMAN... 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
UNION ENDORSES JENKINS FOR MAYOR 
MAYORAL CANDIDATES TUSSLE IN NCCU FORUM 
CITY HALL! THE TUTOR? 
THE ALLIANCE'S GOOD MANNERS 
MAYORAL HOPEFULS SPAR IN FIRST FORUM TOGETHER- 
CHESTER JENKINS ON THE ISSUES (AD) 
FOR MAYOR CHESTER JENKINS (AD) 
•COMMITTEE' ENDORSES JENKINS 
STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 
STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 
VOTE/ '89; VOTING PRECINCT TALLY 

GULLEY SAYS RACE STILL PLAYS TOO-LARGE ROLE IN DURHAM ELECTIONS 
FRIENDS OF DURHAM VICTORY A SURPRISE 
LOYALTIES RAN STRONG IN MAYORAL RACE 
FRIENDS OF DURHAM SLATE ATTACKED BY TRAILING CANDIDATES 
RACE ISN'T THE ISSUE 
MAYORAL CANDIDATES TACKLE MONEY ISSUES 
A TAXING QUESTION 

UNLIKE STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS VOWS NO PROPERTY TAX HIKE 
JENKINS AMENDS NO PROPERTY TAX HIKE STANCE 
JENKINS NEEDS FOCUS IN MAYORAL CAMPAIGN 
CHESTER JENKINS FOR MAYOR OF DURHAM 

WHAT'S DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MAYORAL CANDIDATES? SOME ANSWERS WILL HELP 
MAYORAL CANDIDATES CLAIM ENDORSEMENTS 
THIS SEAT IS NOT FOR SALE/CHESTER JENKINS FOR MAYOR 
PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE BACKS JENKINS FOR MAYOR 
JENKINS GETS ENDORSEMENTS 

BLACK GROUP, SIERRA CLUB BACK JENKINS FOR MAYOR 
GULLEY ANNOUNCES FOR JENKINS; ACCUSES STRAWBRIDGE OF LYING 
HAMNER'S NAME USED IN AD WITHOUT APPROVAL 

LOITERING ORDINANCE APPEARS HEADED FOR PASSAGE/LEWIS WANTS MORE STUDY 
STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS NECK AND NECK IN POLL 
CHESTER JENKINS FOR MAYOR/DEAR FELLOW DURHAM CITIZEN 
THE MAIN EVENT 
READ TRANSCRIPT CAREFULLY 

NELSON STRAWBRIDGE* S RESPONSES LACKED NOBILITY 
THERE THEY GO AGAIN/JENKINS FOR MAYOR (AD) 
CITY ELECTIONS GENERATE BRISK VOTING 

JENKINS EDGES OUT STRAWBRIDGE/VICTORY GIVES DURHAM ITS 1ST BLACK MAYOR 
JENKINS REBOUNDS TO WIN 
MAYORAL/VOTING TALLY 
GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 
GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 
GRUBB REAL WARD 1 WINNER 
HIGH VOTER TURNOUT TURNS VOTE AROUND 
JENKINS CITY'S 1ST BLACK MAYOR 
COMPUTER TWISTS ELECTION RETURNS 
HAYWIRE MACHINE COUNTED PRECINCT VOTE TOTALS TWICE 
WIN OR LOSE, ELECTION CANDIDATES SHARE FATIGUE 



N 

P 

S 

s 
s 
s 

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



D — DATE- 



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1/18/1989 C 

1/19/1989 C 

1/20/1989 A 

6/13/1989 B 

6/24/1989 C 

6/27/1989 

7/14/1989 

7/14/1989 

7/18/1989 

7/19/1989 

8/05/1989 

8/08/1989 

9/20/1989 

9/20/1989 B 

9/22/1989 A 

9/24/1989 

9/28/1989 

10/04/1989 

10/04/1989 

10/05/1989 

10/05/1989 

10/05/1989 

10/06/1989 

10/06/1989 

10/06/1989 

10/06/1989 

10/07/1989 

10/08/1989 

10/08/1989 

10/11/1989 

10/11/1989 

10/11/1989 

10/11/1939 

10/11/1989 

10/11/1989 B 

10/13/1989 C 

10/17/1989 

10/17/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/19/1989 

10/19/1989 

10/22/1989 

10/29/1989 

10/30/1989 

10/30/1989 

10/30/1989 

10/31/1989 

10/31/1989 

11/03/1989 

11/03/1989 

11/03/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/05/1989 D 

11/05/1989 D 

11/05/1989 

11/06/1989 

11/07/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/09/1989 



1 P 
4 
4 

1 P 
8 P 
7 P 
1 

1 P 
1 P 
6 



6 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
4 
1 
1 
4 

15 

q 
■J 

i 
s 
i 
i 

i 
i 
i 

i 
i 

4 

1 C 
4 

5 T 
8 

1 P 
1 P 
4 

8 C 
1 
1 

1 C 
1 

1 P 
1 
1 
1 



N H70 

N H70 

N H70 

N C61 

N R63 

E 

N S22 

N C61 

E 

N R63 

N C61 

N 

N N36 

N C61 

E 

A 

P S76 

N R63 

N R63 

N C61 

N 

N 

N C61 

E 

E 

N R63 

A 

A 

N R63 

N R63 

N N36 

N 

N 

N C61 

J B53 

N R63 

E 

N H65 

E 

N R63 

N R63 

E 

A 

J 

Q C61 

A 

N 

N 

N 

N R63 

N R63 

N R63 

N R63 

A 

B 

E 

U 

A 

N C61 

N R63 

E 

N 

N B53 

N C61 
C N C61 

N H65 
P N C61 
P N R63 
P N R63 

N S22 



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ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



RACIAL BARRIERS FALLING 

CITY'S RECIPE FOR FAILURE 

NEW CITY COUNCIL CAN BRING FOTtE TOGETHER 

JENKINS SHARES VISION FOR CITY; VOTERS VIEW NEW MAYOR 

COALITION UITH NEW TWIST 

IS DURHAM ON HIGH-CALLING ROAD? 

JENKINS DEFENDS VOTE ON STADIUM REFERENDUM 

TWO VOTES AREN'T NEEDED 

A DETERMINED MAYOR-ELECT 

JENKINS SWORN IN AS MAYOR 

JENKINS PROMISES AGENCY TO FIGHT AGAINST DRUGS, CRIME 

NEW MAYOR CAN LEAD COUNCIL FOCUS CHANGE 

DANCE TIME 

A RARE ON-TIME START 

WHY TWO DRUG WARS? 

WAR ON DRUGS EFFORT REARMING 

FRATERNITY TO HONOR JENKINS 

JENKINS, GREG PHILLIP (STABBING SUSPECT) 
POLICE LOG/SUSPECT CHARGED IN STABBING 
FOUR MORE MEN SENTENCED FOR SEX CRIMES 

JENKINS, LEO W. DR. (DECEASED) 

FORMER ECU CHANCELLOR IN HOSPITAL _ 

FORMER PRESIDENT, CHANCELLOR OF ECU DEAD OF CANCER AT 75 
MEMORIAL SERVICE SCHEDULED ON TUESDAY FOR LEO JENKINS 

JENKINS, MILDRED (CREEDMOOR) 

CREEDMOOR CANDIDATES GIVE THEIR VIEWS 

JENKINS, PETER (AUTHOR) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

JENKINS, VANCE LAMONT "L. A." 
3 PEOPLE FACE U.S. CHARGES 

JENNINGS, B. J. 

ANTI-LITTER GROUP GETS NEW CHIEF 

JENNINGS, PETER (JOURNALIST) 

COURSE FOCUSES ON AMERICA'S ETHICS 

JENNINGS, ROBERT DR. _ _ 

PANEL PROBES DUKE FOR FRAUD OVER USE OF DEBATED CANCER TEST 
DUKE MEDICAL CENTER FACES INQUIRY OVER USE OF EXF-ERIMENTAL CANCER TEST 
CANCER TEST LAWSUITS DIVIDE DUKE'S DOCTORS 
DUKE PATHOLOGY DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN TO RESIGN 
DUKE DOCTOR SAYS OFFICIALS TRIED TO PROVE HIM MENTALLY INCOMPETENT 

JENRETTE, RICHARD H. 

FOUR MEN ELECTED AS UNC-CH TRUSTEES 

JENSEN, PENELOPE (SINGER) 

PERFORMANCE SOCIETY TO OPEN SPRING SEASON _ 

BASICALLY BACH, AND BEYOND; MALLARME PLAYERS KEEP CONTRAPUNTAL CONCERT 

JENZANO, TONY 

MERCURY REUNION; PIONEER ASTRONAUTS REMEMBER... (CORRECTED 6-18-89) 
JENZANO RECALLS APOLLO 11 CREW AT PLANETARIUM 

JERNIGAN, HAROLD JR. 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE UNC STUDENT UITH DWI 

JERNIGAN, HELEN (HOME HEALTH AGENCY) 

JERNIGAN PLANNING TO RESIGN HEALTH POST 

JERRELLS, BILLY GENE (RAPE SUSPECT) 

JURORS TO BEGIN DELIBERATIONS IN RAPE CASE 



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11/10/1989 A 
11/10/1989 A 
11/12/1989 B 
11/12/1989 D 
11/12/1989 D 
11/16/1989 A 
11/20/1989 A 
11/24/1989 A 
12/05/1989 A 
12/05/1989 A 
12/05/1989 A 
12/05/1989 C 
12/06/1989 A 
12/07/1989 A 
12/08/1989 A 
12/21/1989 C 



4 
4 
4 
1 
4 

c- 

J 

1 

4 
4 
1 
1 
4 
1 
4 
4 
4 
13 



E 

E 

E 

N R63 

E 

U 

N R63 

E 

E 

N R63 

N C61 

E 

P K30 

E 

E 

E 

N 



CHH 1 6/05/1989 A 2 N 
CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 3 N H90 



H 2 1/14/1989 D 4 N 
H 2 1/15/1989 B 2 P 
H 2 1/16/1989 B 6 N 



H 1 10/27/1989 C 1 N T33 
H 2 12/12/1989 A 2 N 
H 2 5/06/1989 B 3 N 



S 2 


6/17/1989 C 


1 P N T77 


CHH 1 


1/09/1989 A 


5 P N 


S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


1/17/1989 C 
1/18/1989 A 
4/23/1989 B 
5/13/1989 C 
6/28/1989 C 


1 N S92 
1 N C60 
1 N 
1 N C60 
1 N 


CHH 1 


6/11/1989 A 


3 N S17 


CHH 1 
H 2 


1/10/1989 A 
4/13/1989 B 


5 P N 
1 P R DIO 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


6/17/1989 A 
7/20/1987 A 


1 P N L90 
1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


5/31/1989 A 


5 N 


CHH 1 


5/19/1989 A 


3 N 


H 2 


3/30/1989 C 


2 N S82 



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DEVELOPER TO PAY LEGAL COSTS FROM CONDEMNATION DISMISSAL 
DELAY IN PAYING BILL IS POOR CITY SERVICE 

JERVIS, TREY (GOLF) 

JORDAN'S JERVIS FACES COLLEGE DECISION; STEUART'S CADDY CASHING IN.,. 

JIRTLE. NANCY M. DR. 

REAL PROBLEM IN DURHAM SCHOOLS IS THE DISPARITY 

JOBE, BEN 

THANK GOD ALL COACHES AREN'T 'BASKET CASES' 

JOHN, ELTON 

ELTON JOHN PLAYS UNC ON SATURDAY 

FANS SCREAM APPROVAL TO JOHN'S STRING OF HITS 

&TON SINGS 

SANS PEACOCK FEATHERS, RHINESTONES, ELTON JOHN STILL PROVES A SHOWMAN 

JOHNS, GLYNIS 

ANOTHER PRE-BROADWAY PLAY HEADED FOR DUKE 

•THE CIRCLE' COMES AROUND AGAIN 

IRONY REPLACES SHOCK VALUE IN REVIVED 'CIRCLE' 

ACTORS PREPARE TO ENTER 'THE CIRCLE' 

'CIRCLE' ACTORS PLEASED TO BE AWAY FROM MANHATTAN GLOOM 

'THE CIRCLE' ! WORKING F-ftOS IN A HOT GIG 

JOHNSON, AARON 

CRITICISM WAS UNJUSTIFIED 

EARLY INMATE RELEASES DO NOT SERVE JUSTICE 

JOHNSON, AGATHA (HILLSBOROUGH TOWN CLERK) 

FRED CATES WINS BET, GETS PAID IN PENNIES 

JOHNSON, AL LEAVON (DRUG CHARGES) 

DETECTIVES SAY CAR, COCAINE CONFISCATED FROM DURHAM MAN 

JOHNSON, ALBERT (FIRE DEATH) 

2 KILLED IN HILLSBOROUGH FIRE 

JOHNSON, ANN M. (DURHAM UNITED WAY) 

AGENCY GOAL: TAP POTENTIAL OF ELDERLY 

JOHNSON, ARTHUR (UNIV. OF MARYLAND) 

MOST MINOR LEAGUE BALL CLUBS LOSE MONEY, EXPERT SAYS 
EXPERT SAYS NEW BALLPARK WILL LOSE MONEY 

JOHNSON, AUDREYE DR. 

UPCOMING 1990 CENSUS SAID CRUCIAL TO BLACKS 

JOHNSON, BRANT (AUTO THEFT) 

FOUR DURHAM MEN CHARGED AFTER STOLEN JEEP RECOVERED 

JOHNSON, CALRUTHA "CHUCK" (MURDER SUSPECT) 

MAN GETS LIFE + 40 YEARS FOR '88 STABBING, ASSAULT 

JOHNSON DRAWS LIFE-PLUS-40 TERM AFTER GUILTY PLEA IN STABBING DEATH 

JOHNSON, CAROLYN D. 

LABARRE'S COLLEAGUES AMBIVALENT ON PROBE OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

JOHNSON, CHARLES EDWARD JR. (DRUG CHARGES) 
16 CHARGED IN DRUG RAID 
SIXTEEN ARRESTED IN DRUG RAIDS 

JOHNSON, CLARENCE 
KIWANIS HONORS 

JOHNSON, CLINTON PAUL (MURDER CHARGES) 

JURY RETURNS INDICTMENTS FOR MURDER, MANSLAUGHTER 

JOHNSON, DALE REV. 



S 
U E E 
P D — DATE — C 

S 2 11/08/1989 C 
S 2 11/09/1989 A 



H 2 8/20/1989 B 
H 2 2/28/1989 A 
S 2 3/17/1989 D 



H 2 9/22/1989 D 

H 2 9/25/1989 B 

CHH 1 9/25/1989 A 

S 2 9/25/1989 A 



S 2 7/20/1989 C 

S 2 8/31/1989 B 

H 2 9/08/1989 D 

S 2 9/09/1989 B 

H 2 9/10/1989 E 

H 2 9/21/1989 B 



H 2 2/28/1989 A 
S 2 11/20/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/15/1989 A 
H 2 5/10/1989 C 
CHH 1 2/21/1989 A 
H 2 11/06/1989 B 



H 2 5/12/1989 C 
S 2 5/12/1989 C 



CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 
H 2 8/19/1989 C 



S 2 9/05/1989 A 
H 2 9/06/1989 B 



I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 

1 P N B53 

4 E 



2 P N C49 
4 L 
1 U F25 



7 P F S22 
1 P R S56 
8PPH2 
7 P R 



1 P N 
1 P N B71 
4 P F P10 
1 P F B71 
11 P F S56 
1 P R M31 



4 L 
4 E 



3 N 
1 N 
1 P N R63 
1 P N S22 



2 N R63 
1 N A76 



3 N S17 
2 N 



1 P N B53 
6 N S32 



H 2 4/04/1989 C 1 N S82 



S 2 8/19/1989 C 
H 2 8/20/1989 C 



S 2 10/20/1989 C 
H 2 2/21/1989 B 



1 N B53 

1 N M51 



2 P P S76 
12 N S82 



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'DON'T JUST DO SOMETHING. BE THERE' 

JOHNSON, DAN D. (BALLOON ACCIDENT) 

HOT-AIR BALLOON HITS TV TOWER IN GARNER 

JOHNSON, DODD 

DODD JOHNSON SET FOR SHOWTIME 

JOHNSON DON PR 

A SECOND CAREER IN THE MINISTRY; PATHS VEERED TOWARD DUKE 

JOHNSON, ELMA (ORANGE COUNTY DIRECTOR OF ANIMAL CONTROL) 

ANIMAL ABANDONMENT; ORANGE CO. OFFICIAL SAYS PROBLEM ESCALATING... 

JOHNSON, FLINT FITZGERALD (RAPE AND KIDNAPPING CHARGES) 
FOR THIRD TIME, COURT IMPOSES 30- YEAR TERM 
APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS 2 LIFE SENTENCES IN RAPE, KIDNAPPING 

JOHNSON, FREDERICK LAMONT (DRUG CHARGE) „ _ BMMM _ 

POLICE L0G/*4,000 IN CHECKS, CASH STOLEN WHILE CLERK DISTRACTED 

JOHNSON, GARY M. (N.C. SUPERCOMPUTING CENTER) 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR APPOINTED FOR N.C. SUPERCOMPUTING CENTER 
SUPERCOMPUTING CENTER DIRECTOR IS REMOVED 

JOHNSON, GUION GRIFFIS DR. (DECEASED) 

SOCIAL HISTORIAN DR. GUION JOHNSON DIES AT AGE 89 

JOHNSON, HARVEY (BREAKING AND ENTERING SUSPECT) 
MAN ARRESTED AFTER SIX-BLOCK CHASE 
8TH DWI OFFENSE 

JOHNSON, HORACE (HILLSBOROUGH) „ 

TO JOIN OR NOT TO JOIN? HILLSBOROUGH BOARD TO MULL PROS AND CONS... 

HILLSBOROUGH DELAYS JOINING PARTNERSHIP 

TASK FORCE PROPOSED AS CRUISING SOLUTION 

HILLSBOROUGH BOARD TO CONSIDER ACCEPTING GRANT FOR DRUG OFFICERS 

BUDGET FUNDS ALLOTTED TO COVER CATES' MOBILE PHONE EXPENSES 

POTENTIAL MAYORAL CANDIDATES KEEPING DECISIO NS CL OSE TO VESTS 

HILLSBOROUGH BOARD MEMBER GETS THREATENING LETTER 

JOHNSON ISSUES CHALLENGE TO CATES 

CATES, JOHNSON HEADED FOR 'JAIL* 

CATES, JOHNSON TO SQUARE OFF AT DINER 

RUMORS HE'LL CLOSE FABRIC PLANT UNTRUE, JOHNSON SAYS 

REFRAIN FROM ENO DEBATE, CITIZENS GROUP ASKS CATES 

NEMESES TAKE TO THE PODIUM 

PICKETERS, CHEERS GREET RESTAURANT'S OPENING DAY 

CATES, JOHNSON AT ODDS ON DEVELOPMENT, WATER 

JOHNSON, CATES ISSUE MAILINGS IN MAYORAL RACE 

SIGNS SHOW PERSONAL OPINION, KYLE SAYS 

JOHNSON, CATES AT ODDS ON DURHAM PIPELINE PLAN 

JOHNSON REBUFFS CATES' STATEMENT 

COATTAILS MAY BE LONG IN HILLSBOROUGH ELECTION 

IN HILLSBOROUGH, VOTERS RELUCTANT TO PREDICT VICTOR 

CONSIDER THESE FACTS: 

HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR AND TOWN BOARD '.VOTE FOR ONE MAYOR AND TWO MEMBERS 

JOHNSON SLIDES PAST CATES, WINS WITH 31 VOTES 

JOHNSON EDGES CATES 

CATES DEFEATED 

J OHNSO N'S BOARD SEAT UP FOR GRABS 

BETTER RELATIONS PREDICTED 

JOHNSON SAYS "NO" TO SIMPSON 

HILLSBOROUGH PLANNER WANTS SOME HELP 

FORMER CHAIRWOMAN THROWS NAME IN A HAT FOR JOHNSON VACANCY 

JOHNSON WOULD GIVE BACK STREET IMPROVEMENT FUNDS 

JOHNSON WOULD DUMP PRIDGEN/UNSURE ABOUT TOWN MANAGER 

HAMMER SEEKS SEAT ON TOWN BOARD 

RESIDENTS DISAVOW PETITION, CATES SAYS 

JOHNSON HINTS THAT LORENZ IS BOARD PICK 

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H 1 10/18/1989 C 1 P N T33 

H 2 6/12/1989 A 1 F N 

S 2 7/17/1989 D 8 P N P52 

H 2 9/04/1989 A 1 P G N36 

CHH 1 3/06/1989 A 3 P N S17 



H 2 1/27/1989 C 1 N S82 
H 2 10/26/1989 C 3 N S82 



H 2 11/20/1989 B 1 N M51 



2 1/05/1989 C 1 N K65 
2 8/18/1989 C 3 N 



CHH 1 6/14/1989 A 12 



2 4/04/1989 C 
2 10/22/1989 B 



N 

N M51 



CHH 1 



CHH 
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 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
H 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/08/1989 

1/10/1989 

2/09/1989 

3/20/1989 

5/11/1989 

6/26/1989 

7/15/1989 

7/25/1989 

8/16/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/19/1989 

10/23/1989 

10/25/1989 

10/25/1989 

10/31/1989 

11/01/1989 

11/02/1989 

11/03/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/11/1989 

11/12/1989 

11/14/1989 

11/24/1989 

12/02/1989 

12/02/1989 

12/03/1989 

12/07/1989 

12/10/1989 



N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N H90 
N D38 
N D38 
N D38 
N 

N W57 
N W57 
N W57 
1 P N W57 
1 P N 
N W57 
N W57 
N W57 
N W57 
N W57 
Q W57 
N W57 
A 
N 

N W57 

N W57 

P C45 

N W57 

N M20 

N 

P N W57 

N W57 

P N W57 

P N W57 

P N W57 

P N H90 

N W57 

M N W57 



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DIFFERENT APPROACH, BUT SAME PROBLEMS 

CATES: WHERE TO FROM HERE? 

TOWN'S FIRST BLACK MAYOR TO TAKE HELM 

JOHNSON BEGINS MAYORAL TERM BEFORE PACKED CROUD 

JOHNSON VACANCY CHOICE TO WAIT 

ONLY 3 APPLY FOR BOARD POSITION 

JOHNSON, J. SEWARD 

BUSINESSES BENEFIT ART IN TRIANGLE 

JOHNSON, JACQUELINE 

THEY'RE IN THE ARMY NOW; SUMMER CAMP WITH NO WIMPS ALLOWED 

JOHNSON, JAMES (MUSICIAN) 

ORGANIST GIVES BENEFIT RECITAL 

CLEARAMBAULT 'SUITE' HIGH POINT IN JOHNSON CONCERT 

JOHNSON, JAMES THOMAS (ASSAULT VICTIM) 
POLICE CHARGE WOMAN WITH ROBBERY 

JOHNSON, JERRY (RETIRED POLICE OFFICER) 

KILLER'S SHORT PRISON STAY SPARKS ANGER 

JOHNSON, JIM (R-CABARRUS) 

DON'T DECRIMINALIZE FIRST OFFENSE FOR DRUNKEN DRIVING 
ZONING FREEZE BILL IS CALLED 'BIG BOY LEGISLATION' 
CABARRUS' PREACHING GCf DUO— ODD COUPLE OF LEGISLATURE 

JOHNSON, JOE (FOOTBALL) 
JOHNSON EYES DEVILS 

JOHNSON, JOE H. 

NCCU PAIR TELL PROBE PANEL RACISM CAUSED LABOR DAY RIOT 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH DR, (DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS) 

SUPERINTENDENT CANDIDATE INTERVIEW SCHEDULED TODAY 

CANDIDATE NONCOMMITTAL ON SCHOOL MERGER 

JOHNSON FACES SCRUTINY ON LOYALTY TO SYSTEM 

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS TO VISIT HOME DISTRICTS OF JOB CANDIDATES 

SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH TO INCLUDE HOMETOWN VISITS 

CHIEF WANTS TO OVERHAUL OPERATIONS 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH M. 

JAYCEE'S PRESIDENT RECEIVES TOP HONOR 

JOHNSON, KEITH LINWOOD (AUTO THEFT CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CAR HOOKED ON TRACTOR-TRAILER BUMPER 

JOHNSON, KEVIN (GOLF) 

CLEMSON'S PENLEY: OKLAHOMA BEHIND NCAA DECISION 

JOHNSON, LEAWON F. (AIRPLANE PILOT) 

PILOT'S PRE-CRASH INTENTION UNCLEAR 

OFFICIALS SEEKING CAUSE OF CRASH 

CHAPEL HILL CRASH STILL A PUZZLE 

PLANE REROUTED, RDU OFFICIAL SAYS/FRIDAY CRASH NOT FIRST FOR... PILOT 

MEASURES MAY NOT PRECLUDE CRASH 

JOHNSON, MARIAN R. (THERAPIST) 

CHAPEL HILL THERAPIST EARNS NATIONAL HONOR 

JOHNSON, MARKOUS G. (SHOOTING/ROBBERY VICTIM) 
ROBBERY VICTIM SHOT IN BACK 

JOHNSON, MILTON EDGAR (DECEASED) 

MILTON EDGAR JOHNSON, FORMER PRESIDENT OF DURHAM NAACP 

JOHNSON, OSIE 

CHANGING THE WAY OF AGING 
WHO ARE THE ELDERLY? 



N 
P 

CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



S 

E 
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12/10/1989 
12/10/1989 
12/11/1989 
12/12/1989 
12/13/1989 
12/30/1989 



BYL 



N W57 
N W57 
N D38 
N W57 
P W57 
N M20 



H 2 8/21/1989 A 1 P N K65 
H 2 7/02/1989 E 1 P F S56 



H 2 3/10/1989 D 4 P N 
H 2 3/14/1989 A 6 P R L59 



S 2 9/26/1989 A 1 N B53 
H 2 11/28/1989 A 1 N S82 



H 2 1/01/1989 D 4 L 
H 1 5/10/1989 C 1 P N L40 
H 2 5/28/1989 B 6 P N 



S 2 11/08/1989 D 1 P N F25 



H 2 11/01/1989 C 



1/02/1989 B 
1/03/1989 A 
1/03/1989 A 
1/16/1989 B 
1/16/1989 C 
8/04/1989 C 



N C47 



6 N 
1 P N J40 
1 P N S92 
1 N J40 
1 N S92 
1 P N S92 



H 2 5/17/1989 C 4 P N Bll 
H 2 9/29/1989 A 10 N M51 
H 2 6/18/1989 C 5 P N C49 



CHH 1 8/13/1989 A 1 P N M70 

CHH 1 8/14/1989 A 1 N M70 

S 2 8/14/1989 A 1 P N K30 

CHH 1 8/15/1989 A 1 N M70 

CHH 1 8/17/1989 A 1 N S17 



CHH 1 11/26/1989 A 5 P N 
H 2 5/15/1989 B 1 N 
H 2 2/12/1989 B 2 



H 2 11/26/1989 E 1 F S56 
H 2 11/26/1989 E 1 P G 556 



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J ° HNS THEME Of LOLLYPOP BOOKS CONTINUES UNDER LEADERSHIP OF CAROLINA WREN.., 
FORMER DURHAM TEACHER WRITES APPEALING BOOK FOR BEGINNING READERS 

JOHNSON, RANDY LYNN (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN'S ARREST LEADS TO FURTHER CHARGES 

JOHNSON, RICK (FOOTBALL COACH) 

RICK JOHNSON LEAVES DUKE COACHING STAFF 
FORMER DUKE COACH LEARNS TO TAILGATE 

JOHNSON, ROBERTA (CENTENARIAN) _ „,„_„ 
DURHAM IS HOSPITABLE HOME TO LONG-UVED CITIZENS 

JOHNSON, ROSEMARY 

ROSEMARY JOHNSON RETIRING JULY 31 AFTER 31 YEARS AT NCCU 

JOHNSON, SALLY S. (RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE) 
PARK INSTITUTE NAMES HEAD OF RESOURCES 

JOHNSON, SAMMY (SHOOTING CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/HOMEOWNER FIRES SHOT AT INTRUDER 

JOHNSON, SAMUEL DEAN (DECEASED) 

ROXBORO MAN DIES IN WRECKED PICKUP 

JOHNSON, SANDRA CRAWFORD 

STOLEN GUNS, CAR RECOVERED WITH ARRESTS 

JOHNSON, SHELTON LAMONT 

ARREST MADE IN JUNE 13 BANK ROBBERY/POLICE LOG 

JOHNSON, TED (GOLF) 

IT WAS JUST HIS LUCKY DAY/GOLF NOTES 

JOHNSON, VINCENT (BURNED BY ACID) 

POLICE LOG/TWO BURGLARY CALLS RESULT IN CAPTURE 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN INJURED IN STRUGGLE WITH ASSAILANTS 

JOHNSON, VINCENT ROLAN (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/P.D. QUIX STORE HELD UP BY 2 MEN 

JOHNSON, W. G. (POLICE OFFICER) 

WOMAN, 71, HURT FIGHTING POLICE 

WOMAN HURT IN SCUFFLE COULD FACE CHARGE 

JOHNSTON, FLO 

'LONG' CAREER AS TEEN WRITER ZIPPED BY RATHER TOO FAST 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM U. DR. 

PANEL PROBES DUKE FOR FRAUD OVER USE OF DEBATED CANCER TEST 
DUKE MEDICAL CENTER FACES INQUIRY OVER USE OF EXPERIMENTAL CANCER TEST 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

DUKE DOCTOR FILES SUIT AGAINST FELLOW PHYSICIAN 
DUKE REPORTEDLY SOLD CONTROVERSIAL CANCER TEST DESPITE PENDING SUITS 
PAPER SAYS COMPANY AGREED TO CONCEAL DUKE ROLE IN TEST 
DUKE TEST CONTROVERSY INVOLVES TV NETWORK- 
LAWYERS ARGUE WHETHER ABC SHOULD PRODUCE FILM IN LAWSUIT 
OUTSIDE PANEL TO REVIEW DUKE CANCER TEST ISSUE 
DUKE FACES MORE INTIMIDATION CHARGES 
NETWORK WON'T HAVE TO TURN OVER TAPED INTERVIEWS WITH DUKE OFFICIALS 

JOHNSTONE, ANDREW (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 
BREAK-IN SUSPECT ARRESTED 

JOINT, LEON (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/CLUB SHOOTING INJURES MAN 

JOLLY, DAWN (MURDER VICTIM) 



H 2 1/08/1989 D 
H 2 5/07/1989 D 



3 P U H45 
3 P U H45 



CHH 1 1/16/1989 A 8 N 



S 2 2/13/1989 D 
H 2 9/15/1989 B 



S 2 4/19/1989 B 

H 2 7/23/1989 B 

H 2 1/07/1989 D 

H 2 12/05/1989 C 

H 2 6/12/1989 C 

H 2 9/11/1989 B 

H 2 10/05/1989 C 

H 2 5/07/1989 C 



H 2 12/04/1989 C 
H 2 12/07/1989 B 



H 2 12/17/1989 B 1 N M51 



5 P N D18 
1 P N C49 


1 


F S27 


1 P U N36 


4 


N R80 


1 


N S22 


3 


N 


6 


N 


2 


N M51 


10 


N C49 


1 

1 


N M51 
N M51 



S 2 2/17/1989 A 
S 2 2/18/1989 C 



1 N B53 
1 N B53 



H 2 7/08/1989 B 1 U 



s 


2 


1/17/1989 C 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 A 


1 


N C60 


H 


n 


1/19/1989 A 




N 


S 


2 


4/20/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/15/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/19/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/04/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/05/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/06/1989 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


8/22/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/30/1989 C 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 


12/02/1989 C 


1 


N S22 



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WOMAN SHOT AT NURSERY 

DURHAM WOMAN DIES IN SHOOTING 

MURDER VICTIM TARGET OF REPEATED ATTACKS 

PROTESTERS BLAST COURT, PROSECUTORS 

PROTESTERS BLAST COURT, PROSECUTORS 

COURTS SHOULD BE TOUGH ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

COURT SYSTEM UPHELD LAW IN JOLLY CASE 

VIOLENCE HITS CLOSE TO HOME/SUNDAY FOCUS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE KNOWS NO BOUNDARIES IN ITS SCOPE 

PROTECT BATTERED WOMEN 

FOX CALLS VICTIMS' ADVOCATE GOOD IDEA 

BATTERED WOMEN NEED HELP IN COURT SYSTEM 

JOLLY INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGE IN WIFE'S SLAYING 

DOES JOLLY CASE MEAN CHANGES ARE DUE? 

DID JUSTICE SYSTEM ABANDON HILLSBOROUGH SHOOTING VICTIM? 

JOLLY FACES ANOTHER CHARGE 

WHEN WILL THE ABUSE END? 

BATTERED WOMEN TELL THEIR STORIES IN CHAPEL HILL 

FOX SEEKS SPECIAL PROSECUTOR 

D.A. FOX TO SPEAK AT RIGHTS HEARING 

AG'S SENIOR DEPUTY TAKES JOLLY CASE 

MOORE SAYS JOLLY WILL BE 'NATIONAL LANDMARK' CASE 

COUNTY SHOULD ADOPT 'PRO-ARREST' POLICY 

JOLLY'S LAWYERS REQUEST HEARING 

DA FILES FOR DELAY IN JOLLY HEARING 

JOLLY ENTERS PLEA; WAIVES ARGUMENT 

FOX TO PUBLICLY ADDRESS JOLLY CASE 

JOLLY PRETRIAL MOTIONS FILED 

JOLLY HEARING CONTINUED 

FOX POLLS D.A.S ACROSS U.S. ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

PENDERGRASS DEFENDS SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 

HOME VIOLENCE NOT JUST LEGAL PROBLEM 

SHERIFF'S ARTICLE ONE-SIDED 

TRAGEDY SPURS CHANGE IN 1989 

TRAGEDY SPURS CHANGE IN 1989 

JOLLY, KENDALL RAY (LEUKEMIA VICTIM) 

KENDALL JOLLY, 10, LEUKEMIA VICTIM 
KENDALL JOLLY, 10, DIES OF LEUKEMIA 

JOLLY, MICHAEL K. 

COMMUNITY MAY OPPOSE AIRPORT SITE 

JOLLY, RANDALL RAY (MURDER SUSPECT) 
DURHAM WOMAN DIES IN SHOOTING 
MURDER VICTIM TARGET OF REPEATED ATTACKS 
PROTESTERS BLAST COURT, PROSECUTORS 
PROTESTERS BLAST COURT, PROSECUTORS 
COURTS SHOULD BE TOUGH ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
VIOLENCE HITS CLOSE TO HOME/SUNDAY FOCUS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE KNOWS NO BOUNDARIES IN ITS SCOPE 
FOX CALLS VICTIMS' ADVOCATE GOOD IDEA 
JOLLY INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGE IN WIFE'S SLAYING 
DID JUSTICE SYSTEM ABANDON HILLSBOROUGH SHOOTING VICTIM? 
JOLLY FACES ANOTHER CHARGE 
FOX SEEKS SPECIAL PROSECUTOR 
AG'S SENIOR DEPUTY TAKES JOLLY CASE 
DA FILES FOR DELAY IN JOLLY HEARING 
JOLLY ENTERS PLEA; WAIVES ARGUMENT 
JOLLY PRETRIAL MOTIONS FILED 
JOLLY HEARING CONTINUED 
MOTIONS IN JOLLY CASE POSTPONED UNTIL JAN. 

JOLSON, AL 

POLICEMAN COVERS JOLSON BEAT 

JONES, ANDREA RENEE (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 

CEDAR GROVE MAN GETS 20-YEAR JAIL SENTENCE 



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P D 


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CHH 1 


9/20/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


S 2 


9/20/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


CHH 1 


9/21/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


9/23/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


9/23/1989 A 


1 N M70 


S 2 


9/23/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


9/27/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


10/01/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


10/01/1989 A 


1 N M70 


H 2 


10/02/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


10/02/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


S 2 10/03/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


10/04/1989 A 


1 N W57 


CHH 1 


10/04/1989 A 


4 L 


S 2 10/05/1989 A 


11 J 


CHH 1 


10/06/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


10/06/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


10/12/1989 A 


1 N W57 


CHH 1 


10/14/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


10/15/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


10/17/1989 A 


3 P N W57 


CHH 1 


10/18/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


10/28/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


10/31/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


CHH 1 


11/04/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/15/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


11/28/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


12/01/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


12/07/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


12/08/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


12/08/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


12/12/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


12/15/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/31/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


12731/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


H 2 


2/21/1989 B 


6 P 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


3 N 



CHH 1 4/18/1989 A 



N L90 



S 2 


9/20/1989 A 


1 


P N B53 


CHH 1 


9/21/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


9/23/1989 A 


1 


P N C62 


CHH 1 


9/23/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


S 2 


9/23/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


10/01/1989 A 


1 


P N M70 


CHH 1 


10/01/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


10/02/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


10/04/1989 A 


1 


N W57 


S 2 


10/05/1989 A 


11 


J 


CHH 1 


10/06/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/14/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/17/1989 A 


3 P N W57 


CHH 1 


11/04/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


11/15/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 


12/01/1989 A 


1 


P N H90 


CHH 1 


12/07/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


12/12/1989 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


5/11/1989 D 


2 


F B71 


CHH 1 


2/11/1989 A 




N H90 



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THREE TEENS CHARGED AFTER AUTO BREAK-INS 

JONES, AUDREY (PITTSBORO) 

LEFTISTS WEAKEN NATION'S DEFENSE 
PHYSICIAN 'SETS THE RECORD STRAIGHT' 
PSR DOESN'T ADVOCATE SUBMISSION 
PSR DETERMINED TO PREVENT HOLOCAUST 
'EVIL GROUPS' PLOT 6E BOYCOTT 

JONES, BEVERLY U. DR. <NCCU) 

NCCU PROF TO LECTURE ON READING, WRITING, RACE 

JONES, BOBBY (BASKETBALL) 

JONES, COX, BUEHLER, YOW TO JOIN HALL 
FIVE JOURNEY INTO N.C. HALL OF FAME 
FOUR FROM TRIANGLE DESERVE SPORTS HONOR 

JONES, BRUCE D. JR. _ _ m 

ARTICLES: JONES TO SING AT KENNEDY CENTER 

JOi€S SCRAp' ,l AT IKPi FORMER CHAMP FACES ONE OF THE YOUNG GUNS__ 
SCRAP AT THE DAP; JONES GETS A CHANCE TO ETCH NAME IN 'CONCRETE' 
'SCRAP IN THE DAP' TRIES AGAIN TONIGHT ___, 

BONECRUSHER WINS 'SCRAP'; EIGHTH-ROUND BLOWS LEAVE JONES REELING 
'BONECRUSHER' GETS WIN, BUT FI6HT FANS LOSE 
'BONECRUSHER' POUNDS JONES IN DAP 

JONES, CHARLES (ROBBERY/AUTO THEFT) 

ROBBERY, THEFT SUSPECT IDENTIFIED H 

1TIMFQ rHARt PS DR 

NCCU SCIENTISTS GET CONTRACT TO BUILD FREE-ELECTRON GUN FOR FAR-INFRARED H 

JONES, CHARLIE WILLIE (BREAKING AND ENTERING) „ 

SUSPECTS SNARED AFTER 7-HOUR CHASE (CORRECTED 2-5-89) 
POLICE HOLD 3 IN PAWN SHOP THEFTS (CORRECTED 2-6-89) 
CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

POLICE AGAIN RE-IDENTIFY PAWN SHOP THEFT SUSPECT 
PAWNSHOP BREAK-IN BRINGS 6-YEAR TERM 



H 2 2/28/1989 C 2 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/16/1989 A 
1/24/1989 A 
1/25/1989 A 
1/26/1989 A 
3/12/1989 A 



4 P U 

4 L 

4 L 

4 L 

4 L 



H 2 4/28/1989 A 11 N 



2 5/02/1989 DIN 
2 5/05/1989 B 1 P N C52 
2 5/06/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 7/13/1989 D 8 P N G59 



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



9/29/1989 B 
9/29/1989 B 
9/29/1989 D 
9/30/1989 D 
9/30/1989 B 
9/30/1989 B 



7/04/1989 C 
8/22/1989 B 



2/04/1989 A 
2/04/1989 A 
2/05/1989 B 
2/06/1989 A 
2/07/1989 C 
10/20/1989 C 



1 P F C49 
1 P F M88 
1 P N A76 
1 P N C49 
1 U D18 
1 P N A76 



3 N 
1 P N C60 



1 P N R63 
1 P N T37 
1 N 
1 N 
1 N H51 
1 N B53 



JONES, CLAUDETTE _ 

PARENT SAYS MORE TEACHERS NEEDED FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN 

JONES, CLEMENTINE 

A HOUSEKEEPER'S TALE; FIGHTING FOR BETTER PAY AND RESPECT AT UNC 
UNC HOUSEKEEPERS NEED WAGE INCREASE 

JONES, CLIFTON P. 

SOIL BOARD ELECTS JONES AS CHAIRMAN 

JONES, CLYDE (ARTIST) 
ANOTHER YEAR NOTED 
ART SCENE IS HOT THIS SUMMER 
POLKA-DOTTED MENAGERIE 

JONES, CRATE REV. 

CRATE LAW THE LEGISLATURE'S SOP TO THE BOYS FROM MILK 

JONES, DANNY (THE DUCK SHOP) „„ 

SHOP OWNER GETS BUSINESS LESSON FROM DUKE! DON'T DUCK ITS DEMANDS 
THEY WON'T DUCK 

JONES, DARRION CHRISTOPHER (SHOOTING VICTIM) 
SHOOTINGS LEAVE THREE MEN INJURED 

JONES, DAVID (HILLSBOROUGH) 

JUDGE LIFTS RESTRICTION IN CUSTODY CASE 

JONES, DAVID (N.C. AIDS SERVICE COALITION) 



S 2 5/23/1989 C 1 N S92 



CHH 1 
S 2 



4/07/1989 A 
4/08/1989 A 



1 P N S17 
4 E 



S 2 4/07/1989 C 1 N 



S 2 
S 2 
CHH 1 



1/05/1989 D 
5/04/1989 D 
5/17/1989 A 



1 P F B71 
4 P I B71 
3 P P L38 



H 2 10/15/1989 B 1 1)106 



9/28/1989 A 
9/30/1989 A 



H 2 1/18/1989 C 
CHH 1 10/13/1989 A 



1 P N N36 
4 E 



1 N 
3 N H90 



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ADVOCATES SAY AIDS SYSTEM WOULD SAVE ON HOSPITAL CHARGES 
HACKNEY KILLS AIDS-TESTING AMENDMENT 
AIDS BILL SUPPORTERS STRUGGLE TO SALVAGE LEGISLATION 
EXPERTS URGE KEEPING ANONYMOUS AIDS TESTS 

JONES, DAVID (WRITER/LOBBYIST) 

AIDS SFGKESMAN RIPS MARTIN BUDGET 

JONES, DERRICK C. (ROBBERY CHARGES) 
MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 
2ND MAN HELD IN STORE HEIST 

JONES, DOUGLAS R. (SHOOTING VICTIM) 
TWO MEN SHOT AFTER FIGHT IN CLUB 

JONES, ED (SERVICEMASTER) 

DUKE OFFICIALS MEET ON COMPLAINTS ABOUT JANITORIAL FIRM 

DUKE, CLEANING FIRM HEADING FOR A 'TRUCE' 

HOUSEKEEPERS MAY LEAVE DUKE FORUM 

STUDENTS URGE DUKE TO CANCEL FIRM'S CONTRACT 

DUKE TO CANCEL SCHOOL PORTION OF JANITORIAL CONTRACT 

JONES, ELEANOR MORRISON (KIDNAPPING SUSPECT) 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN'S CHILDREN FOUND IN TEXAS 

WOMAN SUSPECTED IN SONS' DISAPPEARANCE IN ORANGE COUNTY JAIL 

WOMAN ACCUSED OF TAKING HER CHILDREN LEAVES STATE 

CUSTODY VIOLATION CASE SENT TO SUPERIOR COURT 

JUDGE LIFTS RESTRICTION IN CUSTODY CASE 

JONES, ELIZABETH 

TWENTY YEARS LATER; ORANGE CO. RESIDENTS TO JOIN GAY RIGHTS MARCH 

JONES, ERVIN WAYNE (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CARRBORO MAN FACES DRUG CHARGES 

JONES, FRED 

•IT'S ALL CONFIDENTIAL '/HEALING THE MIND 

JONES, GEORGE (EDGEMONT COMMUNITY CENTER) 

COMMUNITY CENTER REACHES OUT WITH HOPE AND HELP 

JONES, GRAHAM E. (DECEASED) 

JONES, FORMER AIDE TO SANFORD, DIES 

JONES, GWEN 

HEARINGS TO FOCUS ON NEEDS OF MINORITIES 

JONES, H. G. DR. 

HISTORIC ELIGIBILITY OF LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL STUDIED 

HELP CAROLINA INN, COLLECTION 

N.C. WRITERS CONFERENCE CELEBRATES ITS 40TH YEAR 

JONES, HARVEY LEE (MURDER SUSPECT) 

DURHAM POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH OWEN STREET SHOOTING DEATH 
MAN FACES CHARGE IN FATAL SHOOTING ; VICTIM IDENTIFIED 
GRAND JURY RETURNS MURDER INDICTMENT 
MURDER FUZA NETS 30 YEARS 

JONES, HASAN (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

TWO ARRESTED AFTER SOCKS STOLEN FROM HOSIERY MILL 

JONES, HENRY ERNEST (ALCOHOL CHARGES) 

MAN SENTENCED ON INDECENT LIBERTIES CHARGE 

JONES, J. DAVID DR. (DUKE MED. CENTER) 

TEENS COPE WITH TURMOIL, BUT MAY NEED HELP IF WAYS OUT OF HAND 

JONES, JAMES GORDON (AUTO THEFT) 

FOUR DURHAM MEN CHARGED AFTER' STOLEN JEEP RECOVERED 



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CHH 1 3/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/27/1989 A 



1 P Q S17 
1 P N S17 
1 N 317 
3 P N S17 



CHH 1 1/20/1989 A 1 N S17 



2/13/1989 B 
2/14/1989 B 



H 2 3/20/1989 B 1 N M51 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/23/1989 C 
2/24/1989 C 
3/03/1989 C 
3/09/1989 C 
3/18/1989 C 



7/21/1989 A 

8/01/1989 A 

8/04/1989 A 

9/07/1989 A 

10/13/1989 A 



P N M06 
N M06 
N 

N C47 
N C47 



N H90 
N D38 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 



CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 3 P N S17 

CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 9 N 

CHH 1 8/08/1989 A 1 P Q S17 

H 2 10/16/1989 B 1 P G S22 

S 2 12/21/1989 B 2 

CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 3 P N S17 



H 2 2/22/1989 C 1 P N K65 
H 2 4/04/1989 A 4 L 
H 2 8/06/1989 D 3 P U H45 



S 2 3/27/1989 A 1 N B53 

H 2 3/28/1989 D 4 N 

H 2 4/18/1989 B 14 N 

H 2 10/17/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 4/04/1989 C 3 N 

CHH 1 4/01/1989 A 3 N H90 

S 2 12/29/1989 C 1 N 

H 2 8/19/1989 C 2 N 



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PROTEST VIGIL CONES TO EARLY END FOR STUDENT 
ANTI-CIA PROTESTER SENTENCED 

JONES, JUDY (TEACHER) 

CHAPEL HILL TEACHER RECRUITER TURNS HEADS 

JONES, KIM BLANCHARD 

DEATH SUIT JUDGMENT AT $100,000 

JONES, LARRY (PRINCIPAL) 

IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NETS PRINCIPAL AWARD 

JONES, MARY ELLEN DR. 

JONES TO BE HONORED AT SYMPOSIUM FRIDAY 

JONES, MICKEY 

IT'S A FIVE-STAR LINEUP FOR GOLF CLASSIC 

JONES, MIKE (BREAKING AND ENTERING) _ __ _ „ , „, 

SNACK MAN STRIKES BACK, CHASES, NABS ACCUSED THIEF (CORRECTED 4-11-89) 
ARRESTED MAN GAVE FALSE NAME 

JONES, PHILLIP ANTHONY (DRUG CHARGES) _ 

MAN GETS 19 1/2-YEAR PRISON SENTENCE IN DRUG, GUN CASES 

JONES, PRESTON III (SHOOTING VICTIM) 
TWO HEN SHOT AFTER FIGHT IN CLUB 

JONES, RANDOLPH (BREAKING & ENTERING CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN INJURED IN STRUGGLE WITH ASSAILANTS 

JONES, RAYMOND (SHOOTING SUSPECT) 

THREE SHOT IN FRIDAY ALTERCATION 

CHARGES IN MAY SHOOTING GIVEN OVER TO GRAND JURY 

JUDGE LIFTS RESTRICTION IN CUSTODY CASE 

JONES, REGINA (ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT.) 

THE DARE IS TO SAY 'NO'; FULL-TIME OFFICER FIGHTING ABUSE... 

JONES, RICKY DAVID (ROBBERY CHARGES) 

CEDAR GROVE MAN GETS 20-YEAR JAIL SENTENCE 

JONES, ROBERT DONNELL (SHOOTING SUSPECT) 

POLICE LOG/HILLSBOROUGH MAN SHOT, HIT BY CAR 

JONES, ROBERT L. "RODDY" 

SPANGLER BID SPURS DEBATE OF UNC POLICY 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS CHAIRMAN SHRUGS OFF MAVRETIC'S *POT SHOT' 

POULTON CHARGES UNC CHAIRMAN IMPROPERLY INTERFERED IN ATHLETICS 

JONES, RODNEY CONRAD (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 

THREE MEN CHARGED IN HOLDUP OF 3 PEOPLE IN APARTMENT OFFICE 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 5 

ARMED ROBBERIES, NON-FATAL SHOOTINGS BRING 25- YEAR TERM 

JONES, SCHUYLER (BREAK-IN CHARGES) 

2 RESCUE MISSION RESIDENTS FACE BREAK-IN CHARGES 

JONES, SHAWN (FOOTBALL) 

JONES GIVES JACKETS STING 

TECH MEETING, SHAUN JONES SAVE JACKETS 

JONES, SHAWN (PUTT-PUTT GOLFER) 

PUTT-PUTT PLAYERS POCKET PRIZES 

JONES, SHAWN RENEE (BREAKING & ENTERING) 
MAN GETS 48 YEARS IN BREAK-INS 

JONES, SHIRLEY ANN (DRUG CHARGES) 
16 CHARGED IN DRUG RAID 



S 
N E E 
P D — DATE — C 

CHH 1 10/31/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 



S 2 4/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/01/1989 A 
H 2 10/17/1989 D 



S 2 4/05/1989 C 
S 2 4/11/1989 C 



H 2 8/12/1989 B 
H 2 3/20/1989 B 
H 2 12/07/1989 B 



CHH 1 5/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/13/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/11/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/11/1989 A 
H 2 9/23/1989 A 



H 2 3/23/1989 C 
S 2 4/04/1989 A 
H 2 9/12/1989 A 



H 2 10/20/1989 B 
S 2 10/27/1989 B 



S 2 10/24/1989 B 
H 2 10/28/1989 C 
S 2 8/19/1989 C 



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3 N 



7 P N 

3 N 

3 N 

3 N 

2 P F 



1 N B53 
1 N 



6 N 
1 N M51 
1 N M51 



3 N H90 
3 N H90 
3 N H90 



1 P N M25 

2 N H90 

3 N 



3 N L90 
3 P N S17 
8 P N 



6 N K51 
1 N B53 
12 N 



H 2 2/26/1989 B 7 N 



1 P NL22 
1 U D18 



6 P N A76 
1 N S82 
1 N B53 



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SIXTEEN ARRESTED IN DRUG RAIDS 

JONES, STANLEY (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

THREE SHOT IN FRIDAY ALTERCATION 

JONES, STEVEN M. (ANTI-ABORTION ACTIVIST) 

HEARINGS AUG. 8 FOR 7 ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS 

DEMONSTRATORS FOUND GUILTY OF TRESPASSING 

ANTI-ABORTION ACTIVISTS TO APPEAL CONVICTIONS 

12 JURORS SEATED FOR TRESPASS DEFENDANTS 

JUDGE REBUFFS MOST DEFENSE TACTICS IN PROTESTERS TRIAL 

ABORTION PROTEST TRIAL ENDS IN MISTRIAL 



JONES, TANDY 

CATTLEMAN CARVES 



ALTERNATIVE' NICHE IN AREA MARKET 



JONES, TERESA 

ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS FOUND GUILTY OF TRESPASSING 

DURHAM CLINIC SEEKS TO HALT PRO-LIFERS (CORRECTION PRINTED 7-26-89) 

JONES, THERESSA ANNE (ASSAULT VICTIM) 

SHOOTING INCIDENT LEADS TO INDICTMENT 

MAN WHO ATTACKED WIFE WITH HAMMER GETS FIVE YEARS 

JONES, TRACY EDDIE (ASSAULT CHARGE) 

MAN CHARGED WITH ATTACK USING HAMMER 

SHOOTING INCIDENT LEADS TO INDICTMENT 

MAN UHO ATTACKED WIFE WITH HAMMER GETS FIVE YEARS 

JONES, WALTER B. JR. (N.C. REP.) 

CAUTION THE BEST COURSE ON DRILLING 

JONES, UOODROW 

TWO FEDERAL JUDGES IN N.C. SAY ASSETS MAY TOP *1 MILLION 

JONG, WEICHERNG "JOHN" (CHINA INN) 

JONGS OFFER HISTORY LESSONS... IN REBUILT CHINA INN (CORRECTED 4-2-89) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

JORDAN, CALVIN L. (CHILD ABUSE CHARGE) 

BABY-SHAKING FATHER GETS 5-YEAR TERM 

JUDGE SENTENCES DURHAM MAN TO 5 YEARS IN CHILD ABUSE CA!>E 

JORDAN, HARRY ARLISS JR. (MURDER CHARGES) 

BULLETS SPRAY MAN IN GEER ST. HOUSE; THREE OTHERS HELD 
BULLETS SPRAY MAN IN GEER ST. HOUSE; THREE OTHERS HELD 
BONDS SET FOR THREE MEN IN TUESDAY'S MULTIPLE-SHOOTING DEATH 
THREE INDICTED IN MURDER CASE 
POLICE LOG/SHOTS LEAVE MAN WITH MULTIPLE WOUNDS 

JORDAN, JOHN (SAXAPAHAW) 

TALK RADIO STATION PLANNED; HILLSBOROUGH SITE EYED 

JORDAN, JUNE 

NATIONAL AUTHOR JUNE JORDAN TO SPEAK IN CHAPEL HILL 
POET JUNE JORDAN TO GIVE UNC KING MEMORIAL ADDRESS 

JORDAN, MICHAEL 

JORDAN'S LATE SURGE PUSHES BULLS BY HORNETS 

BULLS' JORDAN WELCOMES HEAT BACK 

NBA CROWN IS JORDAN'S TOP PRIORITY 

JORDAN SPARKS BULLS BY HORNETS 

JORDAN INSPIRING BULLS' SUCCESS 

INCOMPARABLE MICHAEL JORDAN 

THEY'RE TOO DRESSY FOR GRAYING SET 

DURHAM BROKER RATES JORDAN A BLUE-CHIPPER 

JORDAN, BULLS TO MEET MIAMI 

'TIS THE SEASON/ JORDAN ENRICHED BY HELPING OTHERS 



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H 2 8/20/1989 C 1 N M51 
CHH 1 5/09/1989 A 3 N H90 



S 


2 7/03/1989 A 


10 


N B53 


H 


2 8/09/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 8/09/1989 B 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 11/01/1939 D 


9 


N S82 


H 


2 11/02/1989 B 


2 


N S82 


H 


2 11/03/1989 A 


1 


N S82 



CHH 1 4/04/1989 A 3 P N M25 



CHH 1 4/13/1989 A 
H 2 7/24/1989 A 



CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/13/1989 A 



CHH 1 10/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/13/1989 A 



3 N R63 
1 P N S82 



3 N H90 
1 N H90 



3 N U57 
3 N H90 
1 N H90 



4 E 



CHH 1 12/06/1989 A 

H 2 6/08/1989 B 6 N 



H 
H 


2 
2 


3/12/1989 D 
4/02/1989 A 


6 P N P38 
2 N 


H 
S 


2 

2 


10/27/1989 C 
10/27/1989 B 


1 
8 


N 382 

N 


H 

H 
H 
H 
H 


2 

2 
2 
2 
2 


7/12/1989 C 
7/12/1989 C 
7/14/1989 C 
8/08/1989 C 
10/15/1989 A 


1 
1 
3 
3 
13 


N M51 
N S82 
N 
N 
N M51 


CHH 1 


3/04/1989 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


3/14/1989 A 
3/28/1989 A 


J 

2 


N 
N 


H 

H 
H 

H 
H 
H 
H 

H 

CHH 

H 


2 1/12/1989 D 
2 1/20/1989 B 
2 1/27/1989 B 
2 2/08/1989 D 
2 2/10/1989 B 
2 5/19/1989 A 
2 6/27/1989 A 
2 8/11/1989 B 

1 9/06/1989 A 

2 12/12/1989 B 


2 N 

2 N 

3 P N 

1 N M14 
1 P U M14 

4 E 

4 U G33 
3 N 
3 N 
1 P N 



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DRUG CHARGES FILED S 2 9/09/1989 C 

JORDAN, RANDY (FOOTBALL) „ „ „„„„„„ „ 

JORDAN? ROUGH ROAD TO FAST LANE H 2 8/13/1989 C 

JORDAN, ROBERT B. Ill (LT. GOV,) „ „ .,„„„„ . 

JORDAN SAYS MARTIN MILL NEED TO RAISE TAXES IN 2ND TERM S 2 1/07/1989 A 

HIRDAN THOMAS U JR 

JUDGE REFUSES SOCIAL SERVICES REQUEST THAT HE REMOVE HIMSELF FROM... H 2 2/28/1989 A 1 N S82 

JUDGE REJECTS ACCUSATIONS HE IS BIASED AGAINST COUNTY AGENCY S 2 2/28/1989 C 1 N B53 

JORGENSON, JAMES W, DR. „,„, mM „ mt A 

SIX RECEIVE UNC TEACHING AWARDS CHH 1 5/02/1989 A 2 P N 

THESE PHILLIPS STUDENTS HAVE A CLUB WITH A 'SILVERTONE' LINING CHH 1 5/13/1989 A 3 P N C62 

JOYNER ANTW5NY 

POLICE LOG/POLICE BEER "STING" SNARES 27 STORE CLERKS H 2 11/11/1989 C 1 N M51 

VITALITY STANDS OUT IN SCULPTURE SHOW BY DUKE HISTORY STUDENTS H 2 12/24/1989 E 8 P R G68 

JOYNER, FLORENCE GRIFFITH „ ,,_,.„„,, 

FLO JO HAS EARNED HER NICHE H 2 3/09/1989 A 4 E 

JOYNER, JUANITA 

CITY TO PAY MORE FOR SEWAGE BACKUP S 2 8/11/1989 A 1 N C61 

JOYNER, KENNETH (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

SHOOTING OUTSIDE HILLSIDE HOSPITALIZES TECH STUDENT H 2 10/07/1989 C 1 N R63 

JOYNER, THOMAS 0. 

SHOPLIFTING/DURHAM'S FASTEST-GROWING CRIME UP 39.4X IN 5 YEARS S 2 7/27/1989 A 1 P N T77 

CITY TO PAY MORE FOR SEWAGE BACKUP S 2 8/11/1989 A 1 N C61 

DURHAM PAYS MORE FOR SEWER BACKUP S 2 12/26/1989 A 1 N C61 

JOYNER (- KERSEE, JACKIE 

MEDALIST JOYNER-KERSEE TO HEADLINE TRACK CLINIC CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 3 P N S17 

GOLD-MEDAL BELIEF CHH 1 1/08/1989 A 3 P N L90 

JUDD, GREGORY (AUTO THEFT) 

POLICE LOG/PEDESTRIAN HOSPITALIZED BY HIT-AND-RUN VEHICLE 

JUDD, LEONORAS 

15-YEAR TERM IN CHILD RAPE H 2 11/28/1989 B 

JUDD GETS 15 YEARS S 2 11/28/1989 B 

JUDGE, KADY „ 

HOOFING IT TO GET THE STORY -, NORTHWOOD HIGH REPORTER GETS SCOOP... CHH 1 3/01/1989 A 3 P N M25 

JUDGE, MICHAEL 

PICASSO EXHIBITION H 2 1/20/1989 A 6 P N N3A 

JULIAN, ALEXANDER 

TRIANGLE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM IS STILL IN PLANNING STAGES S 2 4/10/1989 A 1 N M06 

JULIAN 'IDEA GUY' FOR MUSEUM PLAN S 2 4/15/1989 A 1 N M06 

UNC PREPARES TO HONOR DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI CHH 1 9/19/1989 A 3 P N U80 

JULIAN, MILTON (MILTON'S CLOTHING CUPBOARD) 

JOG TOGS, TORCH SHINE BRIGHTLY AS GAMES' FLAME REACHES CHAPEL S 2 6/22/1989 C 1 P N T77 

JULIAN, VIRGINIA 

JOG TOGS, TORCH SHINE BRIGHTLY AS GAMES' FLAME REACHES CHAPEL S 2 6/22/1989 C 1 P N T77 

JUSTESEN, CHARLES D. (HERITAGE SQUARE ASSOCIATES) 

COUNTY MAY SEIZE LATE FUNIS S 2 1/12/1989 A 1 N H70 



H 2 8/14/1989 B 5 N M51 



1 N 
7 N 



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JUSTICE, CHARLIE "CHOO CHOO" 

A LOOK BACK/KUDOS FROM JAYCEES 

KADIS, CLAUDIA 

WOMEN VOTERS REAFFIRM TAX REFORM STANCE 

KAHN, LOUIS I. 

DUKE TO SHOWCASE WORKS OF ART MUSEUM DESIGNER 
A SHOW FOR MEZZATESTA'S MISSION 

KAHN, SI 

CHARLOTTE'S 'MODERN WOODY' BRINGS DEVOTION TO CARRBORO 

KAHR TOBY Y» BR* 

'DUKE PERSONNEL OFFICIAL, U.S. TAX ATTORNEYS HIGHLIGHT CHAMBER FORUM 

KALAM, TONU 

CONCERT FEATURES STUDENT SOLOISTS 
CAMPUS CALENDAR 

KALKHOF, WILLIAM 

SEWER FUNDS NEEDED TO EASE PROBLEMS; POLITICAL GROUPS... AT ODDS... 
HOMEFEST, SWEET HOMEFEST 

KALLAM, WILLIAM EDWARD JR. (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE UNC STUDENT WITH DWI 

KALOMBO, KUBANA N. (DRUM<EN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/OTHER DWI CHARGES FILED 

KANE, MARY JO (PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROFESSOR) 

CULTURE SIDELINES WOMEN ATHLETES — RESEARCHER 

KANG, DAVID S. (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING 

KANG, JAMES JUN (AIRFLANE ACCIDENT VICTIM) 

PILOT IN AUGUST PLANE CRASH WAS DRUNK, REPORT SAYS 

KANICS, MONIQUE (CONTEST WINNER) 
AND THE WINNERS ARE.,. 

KAPHERR, JOEY 

CREEDMOOR CANDIDATES GIVE THEIR VIEWS 

KAPLAN, TED 

SOME LEGISLATORS EYEING HIGHER OFFICE 

KARAGEANES, LARRY 

TREYBURN 'DEVELOPING' GOLF AND TENNIS 

KARPINCS, RALPH DOUGLAS 

CHAPEL HILL: A TOWN IN A FULL-COURT PRESS/SUNDAY FOCUS 

CASE OVERLOAD SENDS TOWN LOOKING FOR HELP 

MOTHER SUES TOWN OVER 1937 DROWNING 

TAYLOR LIKELY TO GET $5,070 PAY RAISE (CORRECTED 10-8-89) 

CORRECTION 

TAYLOR, KARPINOS GET PAY RAISES 

KASARDA, JOHN D. 

KASARDA TO HEAD ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE 

KASEMEOTES, ANGELO 

EASTER CALCULATIONS ARE COMPLICATED 

XASH, CATHERINE CAMILLE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE 3 WITH DWI 



CHH 1 8/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/22/1989 A 



H 2 9/24/1989 E 
H 2 11/26/1989 E 



H 2 2/03/1989 D 
H 2 5/18/1989 B 



CHH 1 2/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 



S 2 1/25/1989 A 
S 2 4/14/1989 A 



CHH 1 5/10/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/24/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/18/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/14/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/01/1989 A 

S 2 4/06/1989 D 

H 1 10/27/1989 C 

H 1 3/28/1989 C 

S 2 5/02/1989 D 



CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 



CHH 1 8/28/1989 A 
H 2 3/26/1989 B 
CHH 1 4/18/1989 A 



5 P P 

1 N L90 



10 N D80 
9 P R 668 



5 P F M60 
2 P N C47 



5 P N 
5 P 



1 N H70 

6 P P K30 



9 N 
7 N 
1 P N L90 
7 N 
3 N S17 
3 P N B71 
1 N T33 
1 J 
6 P N A76 



1 P N M70 
1 N M70 
1 P N H90 

1 P N M70 

2 N 

3 N 



7 P N 

4 P U H49 
3 N 



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INSIGHT/SETTING GOALS FOR BETTER COMMUNITIES 

OUR GOALS FOR 1989 

LET'S SEEK CONSENSUS ON KEY ISSUES 

PAPER SHOULD PROVIDE IND-EX 

EDUCATION COMMITMENT NEEDED 

"HOW HELL WE INFORM DEPENDS ON HOU WELL WE COMMUNICATE." (AD) 

HERALD-SUN GAINS OPTION ON U.S. 15-501 PROPERTY 

HERALD CO. PLANS MOVE TO SITE ON PICKETT ROAD 

CITY PLANNERS SUPPORT NEW HERALD-SUN BUILDING 

BOARD APPROVES HERALD-SUN SITE 

CONVENTION BUREAU LOOKING FOR DIRECTOR, PERMANENT QUARTERS 

BIRTHDAY BASH 

JOIN ME TODAY IN A WALK AWAY FROM GREED 

PRINCIPLE, NOT POLITICS, SHOULD GUIDE DECISIONS 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX UP 0.3X/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 

DURHAM HERALD COMPANY'S KASPAR NAMED TO NCNB BOARD/BUS INESS BRIEFING 

NEWSPAPERS SET JUNE 2 GROUNDBREAKING DATE 

GROWTH, LOSS OF AMERICAN TOBACCO SITE REASONS FOR LEAVING DOWNTOWN 

SUN POISED FOR 2ND SHINING CENTURY AFTER SHAKY START 

AREA STUDENTS RECEIVE 1ST FRONT PAGE AWARDS 

DURHAM NEWSPAPERS PRESENT SCHOLARSHIPS 

STUDEN TS' A CHIEVEMENTS MAKE THE FRONT PAGE 

OPEN LETTER TO COUNCIL MEMBERS, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

DURHAM HERALD COMPANY BREAKS GROUND FOR PLANT 

NEWSPAPERS BREAK GROUND FOR NEW HOME 

WHY AREN'T DURHAM'S ELECTED OFFICIALS SHOWING MORE LEADERSHIP? 

DURHAM MAY LURE 2 OLYMPIC CAMPS 

MEET 1989'S HERALD-SUN GOLF KINGS 

CUTTING-EDGE ISSUES IN ABORTION: WHAT'S LIFE AND WHAT ARE OUR VALUES? 

SANTA MAKING AN EARLY VISIT 

OPPONENTS OF ABORTION ARE USING PSEUDO-SCIENCE 

PLEASE RESPECT WOMEN 

DEAR CAROLINA LEAGUE FAN, . • 

SANTA CLAUS HELPS ANNOUNCE HERALD-SUN CHRISTMAS PARADE 

SANTA'S VISIT TO ANNOUNCE HERALD-SUN CHRISTMAS PARADE 

EXHIBITION, TRADE SHOW SET; BILLED AS CITY'S LARGEST 

SHOW LOGO 

DURHAM PAPERS PLAN TO KEEP RADIO STATIONS 

VEHEMENT ATTACK MOUNTED 

SHOULD PUBLIC SPEND $25 MILLION FOR PARKING DECKS AT AMERICAN TOBACCO? 

INSIGHT/THE COST OF BEING DURHAM 

CAMPBELL: DURHAM NOT FACING FINANCIAL CRISIS 

THE HIGH-COST GULLEY YEARS 

THE RALEIGH TIMES WILL STOP PUBLICATION 

THE CITY BUDGET DEBATE 

GROWTH IS NOT FREE 

WHAT'S DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MAYORAL CANDIDATES? SOME ANSWERS WILL HELP 

EDITORIALS ARE MISLEADING 

DESPITE CHARGES TO THE CONTRARY, DURHAM IS IN GOOD FINANCIAL SHAPE 

RECORDS DISPUTE ALLEGATIONS THAT DEVELOPER BROKE 'HANDSHAKE DEAL' 

CENTER WON'T CENSOR ART SHOW 

NEWSPAPER EDITORIALS FAIL TO GIVE FAIR, BALANCED VIEW OF DURHAM ISSUES 

THE MAINSTREAM ENVIRONMENTALISTS/SUN SHARES 

TAXPAYER COST UNDERPLAYED IN DUEL BY MAYOR, EDITOR 

EFFORTS BY VOLUNTEERS MAKE DURHAM RECYCLING A SUCCESS 

KATAHN, MARTIN DR. 

DIETERS ADVISED TO LIMIT FATTY FOODS 

KATZ, SAMUEL L. DR. 

WELLCOME FUND GIVING DUKE $250,000 FOR PROFESSORSHIP 
$1 MILLION RAISED FOR KATZ PROFESSORSHIP 
OFFICIALS URGE CHILDHOOD VACCINATIONS 
HEADING OFF TEEN PROBLEMS 

KATZMAN, JOHN 

PREP COURSE FOUNDER CLAIMS GENDER BIAS EVIDENT IN SAT EXAM 

KAUFFMANN, PAUL 

COUNSELOR TRIES TO STEER YOUTHS AWAY FROM TROUBLE 



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H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
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H 
H 
H 
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1/01/1989 
1/01/1989 
1/01/1989 
1/19/1989 
1/20/1989 
1/25/1989 
2/07/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/10/1989 
2/14/1989 
2/17/1989 
3/02/1989 
3/12/1989 D 
3/19/1989 D 
3/25/1989 
3/26/1989 
4/04/1989 
4/09/1989 
4/19/1989 
5/03/1989 
5/03/1989 
5/04/1989 
5/07/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/11/1989 D 
6/27/1989 A 
7/03/1989 A 
7/09/1989 D 
7/16/1989 B 
7/18/1989 A 
7/18/1989 A 
7/18/1989 D 
7/21/1989 A 
7/22/1989 C 
7/25/1989 B 
7/25/1989 A 
7/31/1989 A 
8/07/1989 A 
8/20/1989 D 
9/24/1989 D 
9/29/1989 A 
10/01/1989 D 
10/03/1989 A 
10/08/1989 D 
10/09/1989 A 
10/29/1989 D 
11/01/1989 A 
11/02/1989 
11/03/1989 
11/07/1989 
11/23/1989 
12/03/1989 
12/11/1989 
12/18/1989 



P F 
E 

P U 
L 
L 

P A 

M N H70 

M N A54 
N H70 
N H70 
N S69 

P P M66 

P U 



1 
4 
5 
1 
1 
4 
10 
4 
4 
5 
4 



U 

N 

N 

N H70 

U 

F S78 

N T32 

N S92 

E 

U 

N 

N S92 

U 

N C61 

P C45 

J 

N 

L 

L 

F 

N T77 

N S22 

N S69 

P K30 

N C61 

L 

J 

F 

N R63 

E 

N N36 

E 

L 

J 

L 

J 

L 

N E33 

J 

J 

L 

L 



S 2 8/02/1989 C 1 P F 659 



H 2 2/24/1989 C 

H 2 7/12/198? C 

S 2 8/21/1989 A 

H 2 12/20/1989 A 



14 N D80 

2 N 

7 N 

4 E 



CHH 1 6/03/1989 A 3 N 



S 2 7/04/1989 C 1 N H65 



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KAUFMAN, BRIAN 

TOP-RANKED VIRGINIA SALVAGES 2-2 TIE WITH DUKE ON LATE GOAL 

KAUFMAN, PETER I. DR. 

SIX RECEIVE UNC TEACHING AWARDS 

KAUFMAN, WALLACE 

EAST MEETS WEST — ON THE AIR 
HOUSING PLAN CALLED CONTROVERSIAL 

KAWALEC, BEVERLY 

LISA PRICE, CONGRESSMAN'S WIFE, TO TAKE MAYOR'S ASSISTANT JOB 

KAY, ADAM DAVIDSON (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE UNC STUDENT WITH DWI 

KAYLOR, LUANN (PANCREAS-KIDNEY TRANSPLANT) 

1ST PANCREAS-KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PATIENT AT DUKE 'DOING WELL' 

KEARNEY, JAMES ANTHONY (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 
THREE KILLED IN COLLISION NEAR HENDERSON 
TRIPLE FUNERAL FOR COUSINS 

KEARNS, DAVID (XEROX CORP.) 

EDUCATION IS BUSINESSES' BUSINESS, SAYS CRUSADING CHAIRMAN Of XEROX 

KEARNS, DOROTHY (HIT BY TRUCK) 

WOMAN, 61, HIT BY TRUCK ON SIDEWALK 
WOMAN DIES AFTER BEING HIT BY TRUCK 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH DEATH BY VEHICLE 

KEE, WAYNE 

KEE BUILDS SHOW BIZ IN HOME TOWN 

KEEGAN, KATHLEEN 

LAWSUIT FILED OVER CROSSING GUARD'S DEATH 

KEEGAN, MATT 

FROM THE HEART: NINE ARE HONORED AS VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR 

KEEN, ROBERT EARL JR. 

RIDERS IN THE SKY, ROBERT KEEN JR. PLAY/WILD WEST ARTSCENTER 
ROBERT EARL KEEN JR. AT THE ARTSCENTER TONIGHT 

KEESEE, LISA RENEE (CRIME AGAINST NATURE) 

POLICE LOG/6 ARRESTED ON 25 MOSTLY DRUG CHARGES 
DURHAM POLICE CHARGE 5 IN HIGH-CRIME-AREA 'DRUG SWEEP' 

KEETON, JOHN WAYNE (KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT) 
HEAD-ON GRANVILLE WRECK FATAL 

KEEVER, GLENN 

SCHOLARSHIP NAMED FOR GLENN KEEVER, LONGTIME EDITOR 

KEILLOR, GARRISON 

HIS LIVE RADIO SHOW DEBUTS ON SATURDAY/GARRISON KEILLOR RETURNS 

KEITH, CHARLES DR. 

ELEMENTARY-SCHOOL COUNSELORS CELEBRATE 20 YEARS Of SERVICE 
EXPERTS OFFER ADVICE ON CHILD REARING 

KELA, REIX 

FINN HAS FUN 
MAGIC MOMENTS 

KELLER, RICKY L. 

KILLER HONORED FOR SAVING LIFE 
DEPUTY PREVENTS TRAGEDY 



H 2 10/22/1989 C 11 N 
CHH 1 5/02/1989 A 2 P N 



CHH 1 5/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/20/1989 A 



CHH 1 11/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/11/1989 A 
H 2 7/22/1989 A 



H 2 1/22/1989 B 
H 2 1/24/1989 B 



3 P N M25 
3 P N M25 



1 P N M70 
5 N 
1 P N C60 



1 N 
8 



H 2 2/09/1989 C 1 P N 



CHH 1 11/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 



H 2 6/16/1989 D 
H 2 6/09/1989 C 
H 2 4/17/1989 B 



H 2 11/24/1989 D 
CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 



H 2 10/12/1989 C 
S 2 10/12/1989 C 



H 2 11/09/1989 C 
H 2 3/04/1989 C 
H 2 11/24/1989 D 



S 2 5/01/1989 C 
S 2 11/09/1989 A 



S 2 7/13/1989 D 
S 2 7/20/1989 D 



S 2 5/05/1989 A 
H 2 5/12/1989 A 



3 

3 
10 


N 

N M70 
N 


7 P F U66 


1 


N S32 


1 


P N S56 


4 P F B71 
12 P P 


3 
1 


N M51 
N B53 


9 


P N 




N 


20 


P U M60 


1 P N S92 
8 D N 327 


■7 

4 


P F B71 
P R &71 


1 P N B53 
4 E 



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STATE AUTHORITIES RULE DURHAM INVESTMENT GROUP A 'PYRAMID' 

KELLEY, ROBERT 0. (PYRAMID SCHEME CHARGES) 

STATE AUTHORITIES RULE DURHAM INVESTMENT GROUP A 'PYRAMID' 

KELLY, GREGORY 

INMATE SAYS HE'LL FILE LAWSUIT OVER DELAYED PAROLE RELEASE 

KELLY, JAMES A. DR. 

MEASURE OF TEACHER QUALITY BEING SOUGHT 

KELLY, JOHN U. (GARNER) 

GARNER MAN RECALLS KOREAN WAR DAYS ON IOUA 

KELLY, ROBERT JR. 

EDENTON ROCKED BY CHARGES OF DAY-CARE CHILD ABUSE 

KEMP, JACK (REP.) 

KEMP OFFERS HOPE FOR HOMELESS PROBLEM 

KENAN, FRANK H. 

ORDINANCE WOULD HURT DURHAM 
KENAN NEW OWNER OF EUROPA CENTER 

KENAN, OWEN G. 

DURHAM BUSINESSMEN NOMINATED FOR ARTS COUNCIL 

KENAN, PATRICK D. DR. 

NEXT HEALTH FAIR TO BE IN SPRING 

KENAN, RANDALL 

'THE BOOK IS A CREATURE TEARING DOWN TREES TRYING TO GET OUT' 

KENDIG, LANE 

KENDIG'S REPORT SAYS COUNTY'S RURAL ATTITUDES ARE NOT UNUSUAL 

150 ATTEND RURAL STUDY FORUMS THIS WEEK 

KENDIG'S SURPRISE NO SURPRISE 

DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS SYSTEM HAS LIMITS, CONSULTANT SAYS 

PRESERVING WHAT FOR WHOM? 

RURAL CHARACTER STUDY GROUP SAYS PUBLIC NEEDS MORE INFORMATION 

RURAL PRESERVATION STUDY GROUP TO TAKE CASE TO PUBLIC 

KENDIG EXPECTED TO SUGGEST ZONING OF TWO AREA TOWNSHIPS 

STABILITY, NOT STUDY, IS KEY TO LOCAL ECONOMY/ JAMES R. SMITH 

CONSULTANT WARNS RURAL ORANGE CO. ENDANGERED 

CONSULTANT SEEKING 'SUFFICIENT GUIDANCE' ON RURAL STRATEGIES 

LITTLE RIVER, CEDAR GROVE ZONING EYED 

OWASA'S ANALYSIS INACCURATE - KENDIG 

KENDIG SAYS LINK WATER, RURAL EFFORT 

KENDIG MUDDIES THE WATERSHED ISSUE 

OWASA ASKS REPLY TO KENDIG MEMO 

SMALLER LOTS l#HELD 

KENDIG ANALYSIS FLAWED, OFFICIALS SAY 

SUGGESTION MUDDIES THE WATERS 

RURAL CHARACTER COMMITTEE STILL PIECING PUZZLE 

RECOMMENDATIONS ON RURAL BUFFER EXPECTED FROM COMMITTEE NOV. 28 

TEER OFFICIALS LOOK FOR HELP FROM STUDY 

GROUP POSTPONES RURAL BUFFER DECISIONS 

KENDRICK, MATT (MUSICIAN) 

NEW CDS REVIVE OLD ACQUAINTANCE 

KENDRICK 'UNIT' A FULL, TOGETHER JAZZ COMBO 

KENERSON, BRUCE (GOLFER) 

DIKE'S KENERSON PACKED LOT OF EMOTION INTO 2 SHORT WEEKS 

KENION, ANTHONY MAURICE (BREAKING & ENTERING) 
POLICE LOG/5 ARRESTED IN AUTO BREAK-INS 
5 TEENS CHARGED WITH AUTO BREAK-INS 



S I T 

N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 8/24/1989 A 1 N B53 

S 2 8/24/1989 A 1 N B53 

CHH 1 6/28/1989 A 3 P N H90 

S 2 6/23/1989 A 1 P N S92 

H 2 4/21/1989 A 2 N H60 

H 2 12/17/1989 B 1 P N 

S 2 2/01/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 2/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/02/1989 A 



4 L 
1 P N M25 



S 2 4/01/1989 C 1 N 



S 2 


7/07/1989 C 


1 N M06 


H 2 


9/17/1989 D 


3 P U H45 


CHH 1 


1/25/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


1/26/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


1/26/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


3/21/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


4/05/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


4/24/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


4/24/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


6/19/1989 A 


4 U 


CHH 1 


9/02/1989 A 


3 N D38 


CHH 1 


10/10/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


10/12/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


10/13/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


10/13/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


10/14/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


10/17/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


10/17/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


10/19/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


10/21/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


11/05/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


11/20/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


11/24/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


11/30/1989 A 


3 N M20 


H 2 


3/31/1989 D 


7 P R S66 


H 2 


4/04/1989 B 


3 P R S66 


H 2 10/29/1989 C 


2 P U C49 


H 2 10/31/1989 C 


1 N M51 


S 2 10/31/1989 C 


1 N B53 



KENNEDY, ANN 



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MOTHERS OF THE YEAR IN ORANGE COUNTY 

KENNEDY, EDWARD M. 

CHAPPAGUIBDICK REVISITED 

KENNEDY, EVERETT (HILLSBOROUGH) 

KENWOOD CLEANUP SCHEDULED; POLICE, SBI CONTINUE TO WORK ON... CASE 

KENNEDY, JOHN FITZGERALD 

NOV. 22, 1963: AN OFFICER'S MEMORIES 

KENNEDY, KENNETH D. JR. 

ETHICS BOARD CHAIRMAN HASN'T FILED DISCLOSURE FORM 
ETHICS BOARD LEADER SETTING POOR EXAMPLE 

KENNEDY, MAX 

COUNTY ASKS SCHOOL SYSTEM TO LEASE LAND FOR COMMUNITY CENTER 

EDITORIAL UNJUSTIFIED 

SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES PSAT REQUIREMENT 

REDESIGN DELAYS 2 SCHOOL PROJECTS 

HAVERLAND TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

KENNEDY, RUTH DR. 

NCCU BOARD ELECTION CRITICIZED AS SEXIST 

KENNEDY, WILLIAM J. Ill (N.C. MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.) 
BLACK-OWNED N.C. MUTUAL PROSPERS 
4-H LAUNCHES FUND-flAISING CAMPAIGN 

KENNING, CAROLINE 

DURHAM TRIO STATE TENNIS CHAMPS 

KENNON, MARGARET WANNAMAKER (DECEASED) 

MRS. MARGARET KENNON, DURHAM SCHOOL PIONEER 

KENT, BETH (DIETICIAN) 

SUPERMARKET SMARTS; DURHAM NUTRITIONIST PROMOTES GUIDE TO SHOPPING. 

KENT, TIM (JOURNALIST) 

DURHAM MAN NAMED ASSISTANT TO HOUSE SPEAKER 

KENYON, TOM 

FIRM USES SOUNDS TO PROBE BRAIN 

KEPNER, BOB 

CHAPEL HILL, WITH NEW COACH, FAVORED TO WIN PAC-6 TITLE 

KERCKHOFF, SYLVIA 

NEW YEAR'S JUST ANOTHER DAY, RESOLUTIONS4JISE 

CAMPUS HILLS VOTE STIRS BITTER DEBATE 

KERCKHOFF'S ASSESSMENT OF MUBE IS CORRECT 

GULLEY, 3 COUNCILMEN MAY RUN FOR MAYOR 

DELEGATION YENS TO TIE KNOT WITH JAPANESE CITY 

CITY COUNCIL INCUMBENTS MOSTLY MUM ON ELECTION 

MRS. KERCKHOFF SEEKS COUNCIL RE-ELECTION 

SPAULDING, BROWN SUPPORT JENKINS IN MAYOR'S RACE 

22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 

CITY ELECTION LINEUP; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 

RE-ELECT SYLVIA KERCKHOFF 

SYLVIA KERCKHOFF/CITY COUNCIL WARD 5 

MRS. KERCKHOFF, RILEY CLOSE IN SPENDING 

SYLVIA KERCKHOFF/CITY COUNCIL WARD 5 

PROJECTS ORDINANCE IS WARD 5 RACE ISSUE 

KERCKHOFF, RILEY TRADE VERBAL JABS 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL GETS 3, KEEPS 3 WINNERS (ERROR' IN RESULTS) 

CITY COUNCIL WARDS/VOTING TALLY (ERROR IN RESULTS) 

GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB WIN1CR DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB REAL WARD 1 WINNER 

HIGH VOTER TURNOUT TURNS VOTE AROUND 



N E 
P D 

CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 



S 
E 

— DATE — C -PG 

5/14/1989 A 9 

7/20/1989 A 4 

6/14/1989 A 1 

11/21/1989 A 6 



H 2 

S 2 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



S 2 
S 2 



H 2 1/20/1989 A 



2 7/19/1989 A 



H 2 8/20/1989 B 



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L P BYL 

P F 
E 
P N H90 
P F Zll 



3/05/1989 B 9 
3/07/1989 A 4 



5/24/1989 A 3 

9/07/1989 A 4 

9/27/1989 A 3 

10/14/1989 A 3 

12/14/1989 A 1 



P N M25 

L 
P N 

N 

N H90 



H 2 9/22/1989 C 1 N N36 



4/19/1989 F 4 
6/13/1989 A 6 



P F M06 
P N S27 



S 2 6/20/1989 D 4 N A76 



H 2 2/19/1989 B 



H 2 2/01/1989 B 1 P F S56 



8 N 
1 D N T77 
3 N F95 



H 


2 


1/01/1989 C 


1 P N S69 


S 


2 


1/18/1989 A 


1 M N H70 


S 


2 


1/19/1989 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


1/20/1989 A 


1 N H70 


S 


2 


6/13/1989 B 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


6/23/1989 C 


2 N R63 


H 


2 


7/14/1989 C 


1 P N S22 


S 


n 


7/14/198? A 


1 P N C61 


S 


2 


8/05/1989 C 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


8/08/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


10/22/1989 A 


13 P A 


H 


2 


10/26/1989 A 


3 P A 


H 


2 


10/28/1989 C 


3 N 


H 




10/29/198? A 


13 P A 


S 


2 


11/02/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


s 


3 


11/06/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


11/08/1989 A 


1 N N36 


H 


2 


11/08/1989 A 


8 C N 


s 





11/08/198? A 


1 N B53 


s 




11/08/1989 A 


1 N C61 


s 


2 


11/08/198? A 


1 C N C61 


s 


n 


11/08/1989 A 


1 N H65 



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JENKINS CITY'S 1ST BLACK MAYOR 

COMPUTER TWISTS ELECTION RETURNS 

HAYWIRE MACHINE COUNTED PRECINCT VOTE TOTALS TWICE 

WIN OR LOSE, ELECTION CANDIDATES SHARE FATIGUE 

KERLEY, JAMES (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/FRONT-DOOR KICKER SHOT, HOSPITALIZED 

KERR(- NORFLETT, LINDA DR. 

YWCA NAMES ITS WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT 

YWCA RECOGNIZES SEVEN WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT WINNERS AT ANNUAL BANQUET 

WOMEN HONORED FOR ACHIEVEMENTS 

KERTESZ, FRAN 

LEARNING DISABILITIES NO LONGER KIDS' STUFF 

KESSEL, LOUISE 

SEA TALE; LOCAL STORYTELLER READY TO SET SAIL ON U.S.-SOVIET ADVENTURE 
SETTING SAIL FOR PEACE; BYNUM STORYTELLER TO BE ON DECK... 

KETCH, JIM 

MONTH'S END BRINGS UNC JAZZ FESTIVAL 

UNC JAZZ BAND COMES OF AGE 

BASICALLY BACH, AND BEYOND,- MALLARME PLAYERS KEEP CONTRAPUNTAL CONCERT 

4 CONCERTS REMAIN IN SPRING SET 

JAMES KETCH WILL DIRECT THE UNC JAZZ BAND AT HILL HALL 

KEYES, JACKIE 

OWASA SAYS GOODBYE TO VETERAN EMPLOYEES 

KHOMEINI, AYATOLLAH 

A MURDEROUS FANATIC 

AN INCOMPREHENSIBLE INTOLERANCE m 

...IT'S BOOKS LIKE THIS THAT GIVE ISLAM A BAD NAME... (CARTOON) 

PURE RELIGION NOT MURDEROUS 

THERE'S NO PLACE FOR MOB RULE 

MARY KAY NO AYATOLLAH 

KHOMEINI STARTS HOLY WAR 

DEATH OF IRAN'S MURDEROUS TYRANT 

RELEASE OF HOSTAGES ONLY FIRST STEP FOR IRAN 

IRANIANS' BEHAVIOR UNSETTLING 

KHUMALO, LULU 

MORE THAN A FESTIVAL? AT ADF, THE BEAT GOES ON BENEATH THE SURFACE 

KIJUCHNIKOV, VITALY 

SOVIET ENTREPRBCUR HOPES TO COOK UP DEAL FOR PIZZA BUSINESS WITH. . . 

KTLGO, JOHN C. DR. 

TOWN BUILDS COLLEGE FROM GROUND UP 

KILGORE, JAMES D. (DECEASED) 

PINE STATE CHAIRMAN J.D. KILGORE, 86 

KILLIAM, ALLEN DR. 

LIFE'S BEGINNING: A QUESTION THAT ELUDES SCIENCE 
ONE COCAINE 'HIGH' FOR MOM CAN RUIN BABY'S LIFE 

KIM, SAM 

KOREAN IMMIGRANT WINS, LOSES CONTEST ON AMERICAN PRIDE 

KIMBALL, BRUCE (DIVER) 
KEEP OLYMPICS CLEAN 
DWI LEAVES FEW CHOICES 

KIMBROUGH, FRANK (PIANIST) 

JAZZ PIANIST SCHEDULED TO PERFORM IN ROXBORO 

KIMREY, TIM REV. 

PREACHING EQUALITY; TIM KIMREY IS LEADING ORANGE COUNTY'S FIGHT... 



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S 2 11/08/1989 A 1 P N C61 

H 2 11/09/1989 A 1 P N R63 

H 2 11/09/1989 A 1 P N R63 

H 2 11/09/1989 C 1 N S22 



H 2 8/26/1989 C 2 N N36 



H 
H 
S 



2 3/05/1989 E 
2 3/11/1989 C 
2 3/11/1989 A 



1 P F S56 
1 N W66 
5 P P T37 



CHH 1 7/22/1989 A 3 N H90 



CHH 1 6/05/1989 A 3 P N 
H 2 7/13/1989 B 1 P N Zll 



CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/13/1989 A 
2/28/1989 B 
4/13/1989 B 
4/17/1989 A 
11/17/1989 A 



5 P N 
1 P R S66 
1 P R D10 
7 P N 
9 P P 



CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 1 P N M25 



2 2/18/1989 A 

2 2/18/1989 A 

2 2/19/1989 D 

2 2/26/1989 D 

2 3/22/1989 A 

2 3/27/1989 A 

2 4/03/1989 A 

2 6/07/1939 A 

2 6/07/1989 A 

2 6/10/1989 A 



4 E 
4 E 
4 T T C50 
4 E 

E 

L 

E 

E 

E 

E 



S 2 7/20/1989 D 6 P F B71 

H 2 5/16/1989 C 1 P N K65 

S 2 4/19/1989 G 2 F S92 

H 2 3/21/1989 C 6 



H 2 7/04/1989 C 1 N C60 
H 2 7/26/1989 D 10 N D80 



H 2 12/17/1989 A 1 P N N36 



S 2 1/13/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 2/01/1989 A 4 E 



H 1 2/02/1989 C 1 P N 
CHH 1 6/06/1989 A 3 P N S17 






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KINCAID, RICKY LEE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

JUDGE ORDERS CAR FORFEITED AFTER MAN'S SIXTH DWI CONVICTION 
GETTING OFF TOO EASILY 

KING, BERNICE 

KING WEEK TO FEATURE LECTURES, BANQUET 
ALL IN THE FAMILY 

KING, BETTYE (TEACHER) 

'FIRST KIDS' - VETERAN TEACHER RECALLS EARLY DAYS OF INTEGRATION 

KING, BILUE JEAN (TENNIS) 

RALEIGH MAY HAVE AN "EDGE" ON CHARLOTTE IN TEAM TENNIS 

KING, BILLY (BASKETBALL) 

THIS IS THE BIG TIME/BILL KING'S JOURNAL 

PLAYERS ENDURE THE JITTERS/BILLY KING'S JOURNAL 

'THE END' BRINGS RELIEF 

A SEASON OF MEMORIES/BIUY KING'S JOURNAL 

AMAKER FILLS DUKE VACANCY; KING HEADED TO ILLINOIS ST, 

3RD TIME IS CHARMER FOR OPENING DAY 

KING, BOBBY RAY (MURDER SUSPECT) 

MIDDLEBURG RESIDENT KILLED IN HENDERSON STABBING 

KING, CHRISTOPHER MONTE (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 
WITNESSES CATCH SUSPECT, RECOVER MONEY 

KING, CLAUDIUS WINSTON (DRUG CHARGES) 
KING GETS 14 YEARS IN DRUG CASE 

KING, CLIFF L. (HOMELESS SHELTER) 

COLD HAS HOMELESS SEEKING SHELTER 
COLD HAS HOMELESS SEEKING SHELTER 
•JUST LIKE ANY OTHER PEOPLE' 

KING, ERIN BLAIR (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 

SECOND LAWSUIT FILED OVER 1987 ACCIDENT 

KING, FLORA 

WOMAN'S SANTA LETTER PRINTED 75 YEARS AGO 

KING, FRANK (COMEDIAN) 

HE'S HA-HA-HAPPY AS A FUNNY MAN/COMEDIAN FRANK KING 

KING, GEORGE RALPH (STABBING VICTIM) 
WOMAN ARRESTED FOR STABBING MAN 

KING, JAMES L. (ROBBERY AND ASSAULT CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CARRBORO MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN ON SEX CHARGES 

KING, JAMES LLOYD (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/FOUR HURT IN SUNDAY ACCIDENT 

KING, LAVERNE (DRUG CHARGES) 

HEROIN, COCAINE CONFISCATED BY POLICE; FOUR MEN CHARGED 

KING, MARSHALL DENNIS (DRUG CHARGES) 
COUNTY MAN FACES COCAINE CHARGE 

KING, MARTIN LUTHER JR. DR. 

MARCH, RALLY PLANNED JAN. 16 FOR KING BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION 

LECTURES, SPEECHES TO HIGHLIGHT MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. WEEK 

SOME CAN'T AFFORD KING HOLIDAY 

MARTIN LUTKER KING'S VISITS INSPIRED H.M. MICHAUX 

ACTIVISTS SAY KING'S HOPE UNFULFILLED 

1,000 IN DURHAM MARCH FOR KING 

MEMORY OF KING KEEPS RACIAL JUSTICE GOAL ALIVE 



H 2 3/10/1989 A 
H 2 3/23/1989 A 



H 2 1/06/1989 C 
S 2 1/20/1989 C 



CHH 1 2/13/1989 A 
H 2 11/10/1989 B 



S 2 3/31/1989 D 

S 2 4/01/1989 B 

S 2 4/03/1989 D 

S 2 4/04/1989 D 

H 2 4/27/1989 D 

S 2 5/02/1989 D 



H 2 1/22/1989 B 
H 2 4/18/1989 B 
H 2 6/10/1989 C 



CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 



CHH 1 5/12/1989 A 
S 2 12/22/1989 A 
H 2 12/22/1989 D 
S 2 11/24/1989 C 



CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/13/1989 A 



CHH 1 5/09/1989 A 
H 2 3/13/1989 B 
H 2 4/22/1989 C 



H 2 1/04/1989 C 

CHH 1 1/05/1989 A 

H 2 1/12/1989 A 

S 2 1/13/1989 B 

H 2 1/16/1989 A 

S 2 1/16/1989 A 

S 2 1/16/1989 A 



15 N 
4 E 



2 P N U80 
2 P P K30 



1 P Q C62 
3 P N D85 



3 P F 

3 P F 
9 P F 
2 P F 
1 P N 

4 P N A76 



2 N 
1 N 
1 N S82 



1 P N S17 
1 P N W57 
1 N S17 



3 N H90 
6 P F S27 

4 P F M60 
1 N B53 



3 N 
3 N H90 



7 N 

10 N 

1 N 



1 N C47 
5 P N 
4 E 
1 P F G59 
1 P N C47 
1 P N H65 
4 E 



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YEARS LATER, ACTIVISTS MEET IN DURHAM 

DURHAM TAKES TIME TO RECALL KING'S EFFORTS 

MARCHERS URGED TO KEEP DREAM ALIVE 

KING COMMITTEE GETS CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION 

EMOTIONS BOIL IN DURHAM UHEN KING KIILLED 

ACHIEVEMENTS STILL UNTARNISHED 

REGIONAL AME BISHOP ASSAILS ABERNATHY'S 'EXPOSE' ON KING 

N.C. TOWN IS NAMED FOR MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. 

DURHAM'S MARTIN LUTHER KING PANEL SPONSORING CONTEST 

KING, RICH (AIRPLANE CRASH) 

PERSON AIR CRASH KILLS 2 GTE PILOTS 

2 GTE EMPLOYEES KILLED IN PERSON JET CRASH 

SAFETY BOARD PROBES CAUSE OF PLANE CRASH 

INVESTIGATORS EXAMINING WRECKAGE OF GTE AIRPLANE IN PERSON COUNTY 

INVESTIGATORS SEEK CLUES IN DEBRIS OF GTE JET CRASH 

KING, WILLIAM DR. <DUKE UNIV. ARCHIVIST) 

'77-'78 DUKE TEAM MORE THAN JUST BASKETBALL 

KINGDOM, ROGER 

GOLD-MEDAL BELIEF 

KINGSLEYt BERNARD 

GROWING POPULATION MAY FORCE HOSPITAL EXPANSION 
COUNTY GENERAL EMPLOYEES LEARNING TUBE TECHNIQUES 

KINNAIRD, ELEANOR G. 

CARRBORO WANTS TO GIVE HARDIN A DAY ON THE TOWN 

QWASA'S 'MEMO' GROUP AT A STANDSTILL 

BANDSTAND BOOSTERS EAGER TO START PROJECT 

CARRBORO STILL LEERY OF STUDY GROUP 

MAYOR KINNAIRD WANTS PARKING DECKS (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-26-89) 

DOT TURNS DEAF EAR ON CARRBORO 

MAYOR, BOARD AT ODDS ON SIDEWALK BIKE BAN 

CARRBORO'S VICIOUS CYCLES 

IMPACT TAX PUTS BURDEN WHERE IT BELONGS 

THANKS FOR 'GIVING AT THE OFFICE' 

TOWN COMMONS VOTE BEFORE BOARD TONIGHT 

IMPACT TAX SURVIVAL HANGS ON LOBBYING, SUPPORTERS TOLD 

OPPONENTS SURPRISED BY AMBERLY DECISION 

CARRBORO HOPES WANING FOR IMPACT TAX 

TAX PROPOSAL'S FAILURE BLAMED ON MISTRUST 

CARRBORO TOWN 'COMMONS' A SINGULAR PROBLEM 

'AN EASY EDITORIAL ON A SLOW DAY' 

YEAR ONE, THE CHAPEL HILL HERALD (SPECIAL SECTION) 

A TALE OF TWO TOWNS — AND THEIR MAYORS 

CARRBORO SHOPS HAVE SHOT AT GETTING TROLLEYS BACK ON TRACK 

FILING PERIOD FOR FALL MUNICIPAL RACES DRAWS NEAR 

KINNAIRD HOPEFUL ABOUT COMMONS 

MAIL ORDER HOUSES SHOULD BE TAXED 

KINNAIRD SQUARES OFF WITH EX-MAYOR PORTO 

KINNAIRD WOULD JUGGLE LAW BOOKS, MAYOR'S JOB 

KINNAIRD UNVEILS TRANSIT PLAN 

SCHOOL NO HINDRANCE TO DUTIES— KINNAIRD 

REASON FOR CAFE DECISION CLARIFIED 

STATEMENTS ELEVATE CARRBORO CAMPAIGN 

SIERRA CLUB PICKS LOCAL CANDIDATES 

KINNAIRD PAPER TARGETS RECYCLING 

CARRBORO'S CAMPAIGN OF IDEAS 

KINNAIRD URGES DEVELOPMENT PROCESS REVIEW 

STORY CONTAINED 'MIS-INFORMATION' 

BUSINESS LEADERS QUESTION CANDIDATES 

KINNAIRD ISSUES WATERSHED POSITION 

KINNAIRD ISSUES TRANSPORTATION PAPER 

CLOSE VIEWS LEAD TO CLOSE MAYORAL RACE IN CARRBORO 

READERS LOOK FOR GUIDANCE 

OUR MAYOR, ELEANOR KINNAIRD 

CARRBORO MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMENIVOTE FOR ONE MAYOR AND THREE ALD. 

CAMPAIGN SIGNS STOLEN, PORTO SAYS 



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2 1/17/1989 A 
2 1/17/1989 A 
2 1/17/1989 A 
2 5/19/1989 A 
2 5/29/1989 A 
2 10/20/1989 A 
2 10/21/1989 A 
2 11/22/1989 C 
2 12/28/1989 B 



2 10/02/1989 A 
2 10/03/1989 A 
2 10/03/1989 A 

1 10/04/1989 C 

2 10/04/1989 B 



S 2 9/14/1989 A 
H 2 12/31/1989 B 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 



CHH 1 



1/12/1989 

1/13/1989 

1/21/1989 

1/24/1989 

2/24/1989 

2/26/1989 

3/02/1989 

3/03/1989 

3/07/1989 

3/18/1989 

4/04/1989 

4/20/1989 

4/21/1989 

4/23/1989 

5/11/1989 

5/27/1989 

6/02/1989 

6/04/1989 B 

6/07/1989 A 

6/15/1989 

6/26/1989 

6/30/1989 

7/26/1989 

8/02/1989 

8/03/1989 

9/16/1989 

10/06/1989 

10/11/1989 

10/12/1989 

10/15/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/19/1989 

10/22/1989 

10/27/1989 

10/31/1989 

11/01/1989 

11/03/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/06/1989 



1 P N C47 
1 P N M06 



N K65 

N 

F H09 

E 

N S22 

N 

N 



1 P N E33 
1 M N 
1 N C61 
1 P N H60 
1 M N C61 



H 2 12/24/1989 C 6 P R 
CHH 1 1/08/1989 A 3 P N L90 



1 P N H65 
3 N C60 



3 P N C62 
1 N L90 
1 D N C62 
1 P N L90 

N C62 

L 

N C62 

E 

L 

L 

N C62 

N C62 

N C62 

N C62 

N C62 

N C62 

L 

F C50 

U 

N C62 

N H90 

N C62 

L 

N C62 

N C62 

N C62 

N C62 

N C62 

E 

N H90 

N C62 

E 

N M20 

L 

N C62 

N 

N 

N C62 

L 

A 

N 

N M70 



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KINNAIRD CLUBS PORTO 

OLD CARRBORO'S VOICE MAY BE FAILING 

BIKEWAYS PLAN UP FOR CONSIDERATION 

KINNEY, RICHARD 

CARRBORO REC DEPARTMENT CAMPAIGNING FOR TOP PRIORITY IN GYMS 
ALDERMEN TO VOTE ON LEASH ALTERNATIVE PROPOSAL TUESDAY 



KIRBY, GEORGE 
CLASSIC ACT 
'LITTLE RASCAL' 



HAS INTEREST IN CLASSIC 



KIRBY, MICHAEL 

MICHAEL KIRBY IS 'LEANING TOWARD' RUNNING AGAIN 

KIRBY PLANNING RE-ELECTION BID 

COATTAILS MAY BE LONG IN HILLSBOROUGH ELECTION 

HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR AND TOWN BOARD! VOTE FOR ONE MAYOR AND TWO MEMBERS 

JOHNSON EDGES CATES 

J OHNSO N'S BOARD SEAT UP FOR GRABS 

BETTER RELATIONS PREDICTED 

OFFICIALS VEXED BY SLUDGE SITES 

JOHNSON SAYS "NO" TO SIMPSON 

THRIFT SHOP PONDERS PAYMENT OF UATERLINE RELKATION 

KIRBY, WAYNE (COMPOSER) 

COMPOSER DOES EXPERIMENT IN MUSICAL CHAOS 



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H 3 11/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/27/1989 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



5/16/1989 A 
11/11/1989 A 



5/18/1989 D 
5/20/1989 A 



CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



CHH 1 



2/28/1989 
7/20/1989 
11/03/1989 
11/05/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/09/1989 
11/09/1989 
11/10/1989 
11/11/1989 
11/12/1989 



KIRK, CYNTHIA JONES (MURDER VICTIM) 

DURHAM WOMAN FOUND SLAIN AT HOME H 

POLICE SEEK AUTOMOBILE LINKED TO KIRK MURDER S 

SLAIN DURHAM WOMAN WAS STABBED TO DEATH H 

NEIGHBORS SHOCKED, FRIGHTENED H 

MRS. KIRK STABBED, POLICE SAY S 

FRIENDS REMEMBER CYNTHIA J. KIRK S 

MOTIVE IN MURDER BAFFLING TO POLICE H 

KIRK PROBE CONTINUES S 

murder: THE UNLIKELY INTRUDER H 

HUNDREDS OF CALLS FAIL TO PRODUCE LEAD IN SLAYING H 

LIGGETT & MYERS OFFERS $5,000 REWARD IN WORKER'S MURDER S 

POLICE HAVE NO SUSPECT IN KIRK CASE H 

POLICE SKETCH KIRK SUSPECT S 

DRAWING OF KIRK SUSPECT RELEASED H 

POLICE: MRS. KIRK NOT KILLED BY MANIAC S 

POLICE'. AMERICAN VILLAGE SLAYING PROBABLY NOT RANDOM ACT H 

POLICE CIRCULATE POSTER IN KIRK MURDER H 

KIRK REWARDS REACH $36,200 H 

POLICE STILL SEEKING CLUES IN KIRK DEATH S 
A GOOD LIFE SHATTERED/HUSBAND REBUILDS LIFE ON PIECES OF UNSOLVED MYSTER H 

DURHAM DETECTIVES HOT ON TRACELESS TRAIL H 

STATE ADDS $5,000 REWARD IN KIRK CASE H 

REWARDS TOTAL $41,200 FOR TIFS ON KIRK SLAYING S 

KIRK, PHIL (N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES) 

MISTAKE WAS A BIG ONE S 



8/22/1989 

8/22/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/24/1989 

8/24/1989 

8/25/1989 

8/25/1989 

8/25/1989 

8/31/1989 

9/01/1989 

9/02/1989 

9/12/1989 

9/13/1989 

9/20/1989 

10/04/1989 

11/23/1989 

11/26/1989 

11/26/1989 

12/14/1989 B 

12/14/1989 B 



2 5/30/1989 A 



KIRK, TIM (BASEBALL) 

JOHNSON, KIRK, SIEBERT KEEP aYING WITH PILOTS 

KIRKLAND, JOHN A. DR. 

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE HONORS SIX FOR SERVICE 

KIRKMAN, DAVID (CIRCULATION MANAGER) 

KIRKMAN RECEIVES 'BLITZ' PARIS PRIZE 

KIRKMAN NAMED CIRCULATION CHIEF AT HERALD-SUN 

NEWSPAPER TRADITION BITES DUST 

KIRKPATRICK, DAVID (SUN SHARES) 

insight/recycling: PICKING UP ON A GOOD THING 



H 2 4/23/1989 C 
CHH 1 5/04/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/21/1989 A 
H 2 10/08/1989 
H 2 11/12/1989 B 



1 N C62 
1 P N C62 
3 P N S17 



3 N C62 
1 N C62 



6 P P 
1 P N H65 



N R63 
N D38 
Q U57 

P N 

P N W57 
N W57 
N M20 

M H M20 
N 
N M25 



H 2 10/31/1989 A 6 R L59 



N M51 
N B53 
N M51 
N M51 
N B53 
N B53 
N M51 
N B53 
E 

N C47 
N B53 
N M51 
N B53 
N C47 
N B53 
N 

N M51 
N 

N B53 
N M51 
N M51 
N 
N 



4 E 

2 P N C52 

5 P N 



3 N 

9 P N 
1 P N C47 



H 2 10/01/1989 D IDF 



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HOLE-IN-ONE! 

KITCHEN, NICHOLAS 

NICHOLAS KITCHEN PERFORMS MARCH 11 

SYMPHONY SEASON INCLUDES KITCHEN 

STRAINS OF GRATITUDE 

VIOLINIST NICKY KITCHEN LETS CAREER LEAD WHERE IT MAY 

KITCHEN MAKES VIOLIN SING 

**$ FREE OF CHARGE $** 

KITCHEN ASSURANCE BRINGS MUSIC TO LIFE 

KITCHIN, LOUIS 

EX-OFFICIAL SAYS U.S. HOUSING CHIEF INTERVENED FOR PROJECT 
HOUSING SCANDAL UPSETS RESIDENTS OF MILL PROJECT 

KITTNER, LOUIS 

KITTNER SCHOLARSHIP ESTABLISHED AT UNC 

KITTNER, ROSE 

KITTNER SCHOLARSHIP ESTABLISHED AT UNC 

KLEIN, ELIZABETH „_»_» 

NCCU'S 'STY OF THE BLIND PIG' IS EVOCATIVE PLAY ABLY DIRECTED 
THIS PINTER MAKES POINT DESPITE 'THRUST' 
NCCU PUTS ON 'BEST CHRISTMAS PAGEANT EVER' THROUGH SUNDAY 
ENCHANTING, HEARTFELT/THE NUTCRACKER 

KLEMPERER, WILLIAM (CHEMISTRY PROFESSOR) 
HARVARD PROF TO GIVE LONDON LECTURE 

KLENNER, FREDERICK "FRITZ" 

COURT UPHOLDS POLICE ACTION IN CHASE, DEATHS 

KLINE, DAVID 

'aiXIR' STARS DON'T NEED LOVE POTION 

'MARRIAGE' LED 'ELIXIR' STARS TO ALTAR 

THE TWO MR. KLINES; ONE LOVES OPERA, THE OTHER LOVES FOOD... 

KLOPFER, GRETCHEN (TEACHER) 

TEACHERS OBJECT TO REFORM COMMITTEE SELECTIONS 

KLOSKY, TOM 
BUS WRECK 

KLUGH, EARL 

JAZZ GUITARIST HAD CLOSE BRUSH WITH FOLK 
IT WAS A JAZZY WEEKEND 

KNIGHT, BOBBY 

KNIGHT: NO QUESTION OF FAVORITISM 
KNIGHT: NO QUESTION OF FAVORITISM 
COMMISSIONERS: EX-TAR HEEL DELANY SET FOR KNIGHT, BIG TEN 

KNIGHT. DOUGLAS M. (FORMER DUKE UNIV. PRESIDENT) 

FORMER DUKE PRESIDENT'S BOOK CHRONICLES TURBULENT '60S ON CAMPUS 

FEWER STUDENTS LIFT STANDING 

AN ACADEMIC LOOK AT DUKE IN TURMOIL 

KNIGHT, FAHIM 

NAMES GIVEN TO AFRICANS BY SLAVEHOLDERS WERE ILLEGAL 
CANDIDATE MUST SHOOT STRAIGHT WITH VOTERS 

KNIGHT, WILLIS 

LAND NEAR PITTSBORO INTAKE NOT SLATED FOR SLUDGE - OWNER 

KNOTT, GERALD (HAIR DESIGNER) 

DURHAM MAN SWEEPS HAIR DESIGN COMPETITION 

KNOX, KAREN WAVERCHAK 

HICKORY NURSE CHARGED IN PATIENTS' DEATH MISSES CARING FOR PEOPLE 



CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 2 P P L38 



2/23/1989 D 
3/02/1989 D 
3/09/1989 D 
3/10/1989 D 
3/16/1989 D 
5/11/1989 D 
5/16/1989 B 



11 



2 N 
4 N 
6 P P 

4 P F W66 

3 P R M57 

5 P I 
R D10 



H 2 7/05/1989 C 
H 2 8/04/1989 C 



CHH 1 10/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/15/1989 A 



S 2 10/16/1989 A 

S 2 10/30/1989 B 

S 2 11/17/1989 B 

H 2 12/08/1989 D 



H 2 1/28/1989 C 
H 2 2/22/1989 C 



S 2 6/01/1989 D 
S 2 6/01/1989 D 
H 2 6/14/1989 B 



CHH 1 11/21/1989 A 
S 2 11/17/1989 C 



H 2 10/20/1989 D 
H 2 10/24/1989 A 



H 2 4/01/1989 D 
H 2 4/01/1989 D 
H 2 8/24/1989 B 



H 2 2/26/1989 B 
S 2 4/19/1989 G 
H 2 11/12/1989 D 



H 2 8/15/1989 A 
S 2 8/15/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/13/1989 A 
S 2 1/31/1989 A 
H 2 12/17/1989 B 



1 N 
1 N 



3 N 
3 N 



7 P R 

3 P R 

6 R 

6 P R 



3 N D80 
3 N 



1 P P K30 
3 P F B71 
1 P F Zll 



3 N H90 
2 P P 



4 P F B71 
6 P R S66 



1 P N M14 
1 P N C52 
1 P N 



5 P N D80 

2 F S92 

3 P F H49 



4 L 
3 E 



1 P N M25 
6 P F S27 
8 N 



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KNOX, MARGARET 

FOUNDER, LEADER PART COMPANY AFTER 23 YEARS 

KNUL, Y NGONG 

SOUNDS OF THE SOUTH OLD 4 NEW 

KOENIG, MARVIN 

HIGH FAILURE RATE WORRIES PRINCIPAL OF CHAPEL HILL HIGH 

KOHORN, BRUCE D. DR. 

DUKE PROF SELECTED PEW SCHOLAR, GETS $200,000 RESEARCH AWARD 

KOLASA, MELANIE (TV KID) 

TV MINUS 364 DAYS... AND COUNTING 

TUNED IN AGAIN/NEWS AT 11 ENDS NO-TV TRIAL 

KOLBINSKY, DAVID 

HEARINGS AUG. 8 FOR 7 ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS 

DEMONSTRATORS FOUND GUILTY OF TRESPASSING 

ANTI-ABORTION ACTIVISTS TO APPEAL CONVICTIONS 

JURY SELECTION BEGINS FOR SEVEN ANTI-ABORTION ACTIVISTS 

12 JURORS SEATED FOR TRESPASS DEFENDANTS 

JUDGE REBUFFS MOST DEFENSE TACTICS IN PROTESTERS TRIAL 

ABORTION PROTEST TRIAL ENDS IN MISTRIAL 

KOLBINSKY, KAREN (HILLSBOROUGH) 
ABORTION REJECTED, SON LIVES 
PRO-LIFE ACTIVISTS PLAN INCREASED PROTESTS AT CLINIC 

KOLFF, WILLEM J. DR. 

KOOP, 2 OTHERS UIN CITY OF MEDICINE AWARDS 

KOOP HEADLINES CITY OF MEDICINE AWARDS BANQUET TONIGHT 

3 GET CITY OF MEDICINE AWARDS 

CITY OF MEDICINE HONORS 3 DOCTORS 

KOLODIJ, ROMAN 

COURTHOUSE LANDSCAPING DRAWS IRE 

KOMMINSK, BRAD 

KOMMINSK FINDS DURHAM FORM IN CLEVELAND 

XONIG, GERHARD (CHILD ABUSE CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN ARRESTED FOR CHILD ABUSE 

KOONTZ, ELIZABETH "LIBBY" DUNCAN (DECEASED) 

'LIBBY' KOONTZ, EDUCATOR, FORMER NIXON AIDE 

KOOP, C. EVERETT 

THE UNCIVIL WAR AGAINST SMOKING 

KOOP PRIMED FOR NEW ATTACK ON SMOKING 

SURGEON GENERAL REFUTES TOBACCO INDUSTRY ADS 

KOOP ABOVE POLITICAL RAY 

KOOP: AMERICA'S FAMILY DOCTOR 

KOOP'S WIDE-SWEEPING BROOM 

KOOP, 2 OTHERS WIN CITY OF MEDICINE AWARDS 

KOOP HEADLINES CITY OF MEDICINE AWARDS BANQUET TONIGHT 

3 GET CITY OF MEDICINE AWARDS 

CITY OF MEDICINE HONORS 3 DOCTORS 

KORACH, KENNETH S. 

RAIN SWEEPS CAR INTO CREEK; OWASA TAKES MEASURES TO CONTAIN... LEAK 

KDRS, LAWRENCE 

KORB.* PUSHING POLITICS HARMS MILITARY'S FUTURE 

KORNBERG, GRANT 

MERCHANT ASKS FOR MORE VOICE IN COMMISSION 

MUD PUPPY PRESS OWNER WANTS BOOKS TO 'OUTLIVE US' 



H 2 8/08/1999 C 1 N K65 

S 2 4/06/1989 D 1 P F B71 

CHH 1 3/09/1989 A 1 N C62 

S 2 5/12/1989 A 8 N 



11/13/1989 A 
11/16/1989 A 



6 P 
8 P 



B S56 
N S56 



2 7/03/1989 A 
2 8/09/1989 C 
2 8/09/1989 B 
2 10/31/1989 C 
2 11/01/1989 D 
2 11/02/1989 B 
2 11/03/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/06/1989 A 
H 2 7/10/1989 C 



H 2 9/28/1989 A 

H 2 10/25/1989 C 

H 2 10/26/1989 A 

S 2 10/26/1989 A 



10 
1 
1 
1 
9 
2 

I 



N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N S82 
N S82 
N S82 



L 
N S22 



1 P N S22 

2 N C60 
1 P N C60 
1 P N E33 



CHH 1 8/16/1989 A 3 P N D38 
H 2 7/25/1989 B 2 P U M88 
CHH 1 1/20/1989 A 3 N 



H 


2 


1/07/1989 D 


4 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


3 


1/11/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/12/1989 A 


8 N 


S 


9 


5/06/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/08/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/13/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/28/1989 A 


1 P N S22 


H 


2 


10/25/1989 C 


2 N C60 


H 


2 


10/26/198^ A 


1 P N C60 


S 


2 


10/26/1989 A 


1 P N E33 



CHH 1 5/03/1989 A 5 N L90 
S 2 10/23/1989 A 1 N M06 



CHH 1 3/30/1989 A 3 N C62 
CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 11 N 



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WILDERNESS & THE VIRTUES OF MAKING DO 

KORNEGAY, CALVIN EUGENE (DRUG CHARGES) 

MOTEL DISTURBANCE CALL RESULTS IN DRUG ARREST 

KCROBOV, BORIS 

DURHAM, RUSSIAN CITY SEAL PACT OF FRIENDSHIP 
SOVIET MAYOR MAKES SISTER CITY ADDRESS 

KORUDA, MARK DR. 

DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY APPOINTS FIVE 

KOTTKE, LEO (GUITARIST) 

KOTTKE/LOVETT REMAINS ODD COMBINATION 

KOWALSKE, LISA „_ 

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE/ROTC GRAD AWAITS START OF CAREER IN AIR FORCE 

KRAKAUER, THOMAS DR. 

MUSEUM BACKING NOT SO SKItf>Y 

HOW MUSEUM BOARD REACHED AGREEMENT ON PLAN FOR TWO CAMPUSES 

CLICKING ON ALL CYLINDERS 

CHAPEL HILL FAVORS MUSEUM MERGER 

TESTING, TESTING... 

NON-PROFIT AGENCIES VIE FOR COUNTY FUNDS 

SECOND GRADE/LIFE 4 SCIENCE MUSEUM HOLDS SNEAK PREVIEWS 

MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE/A GRAND WEEKEND FOR A GRAND OPENING 

KRAMER RANDALL 

DUKE PROF: AIR PLAN SHOWS MORE PROMISE 

KRAUS, DOROTHY ANDREWS (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CARRBORO WOMAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

KRECICKI, CHRISTOPHER DARRYL (DECEASED) 

SON OF NORTHERN HIGH BASEBALL COACH DIES 

KREDICH, MATT 

STUDENT TEACHER LEARNS LESSON AT DHS/GUEST COLUMN 

KREDICH, NATHAN 

END OF THE ROAD 

KREMEN, CLAIRE 

DUKE RESEARCHER STUDIES BUTTERFLIES IN MADAGASCAR 

KREUTZBERGER, BILL 

•SPRAY' SEWER ONE OPTION FOR CHATHAM 
STATE QUESTIONS PAYMENT TO HAULER 
DEM REGIONAL SUPERVISOR TO RESIGN 

KRIVAK, JOE 

COACHES OFFER BEST/WORST OF ACC FOOTBALL 

WITH OFFENSE PRIMED, TERPS TACKLE KILLER SCHEDULE 

WHEN THE COACHES PLAYED... 

KRUCHKO, WILLIE 

PARENTS ESTABLISH FUND AT DUKE CANCER CENTER 

KRYNSKI, ELIZABETH 

RADICAL HIBDLE-OF-RQADER 

DESTRUCTION BY ABORTION IS A WAR WITHOUT GUNS, TANKS 

KRYNSKI, MAGNUS J. 

PUNISHING THE READERS 

FREEDOM FOR POLES 

CLAY HAMNER IS RIGHT; HE IS ALSO NOT RACIST 

EX-DUKE PROF SAYS HE MAY RUN FOR CONGRESS 

KRYNSKI DIES 

EX-PROFESSOR KRYNSKI, 67, DIES 



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

H 2 3/26/1989 E 1 P F W66 
H 2 8/29/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 11/28/1989 A 1 P N R63 
H 2 11/28/1989 B 1 P N K30 



CHH 1 6/09/1989 A 5 N 
H 2 2/28/1989 C 7 P R H90 
CHH 1 5/13/1989 A 1 P N 



2 2/07/1989 A 
2 2/12/1989 D 
2 4/01/1989 A 
2 4/10/1989 A 
2 5/03/1989 A 
2 6/14/1989 B 
2 11/02/1989 B 
2 11/03/1989 D 



4 E 

5 P U 

5 P P T37 
1 N M06 

18 P P 
1 P N H65 
1 P N C60 

24 P F M60 



S 2 6/22/1989 C 1 N 

CHH 1 7/31/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 7/10/1989 B 5 

S 2 10/05/1989 A 4 U 

S 2 7/18/1989 D 1 P P C45 

S 2 4/21/1989 C 1 N 



CHH 1 1/15/1989 A 1 D N M25 
CHH 1 6/01/1989 A 3 N M25 
CHH 1 6/14/1989 A 3 N M25 



S 2 8/01/1989 D 1 P U D18 
H 2 8/24/1989 D 10 P F 
H 2 8/24/1989 D 20 P F C49 



S 2 6/07/1989 A 13 N 



H 

H 


2 

2 


1/05/1989 A 
7/12/1989 A 


4 L 

4 L 


H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1/05/1989 A 
4/07/1989 A 
5/06/1989 A 
6/07/1989 B 
6/29/1989 A 
6/30/1989 C 


4 L 
4 E 
4 L 
1 P N M06 
1 P 
1 P 



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DEATH OF A CONSERVATIVE 

KRZYZEWSKI, MIKE 

EVEN IN LESS THAN TOP FORM, REIB LEAVES MARK ON AZTECS 

BLUE DEVILS FACE BIG ROAD TEST 

SUBS MAY DECIDE DUKE-UNC MATCHUP 

LIFE IN 'KRZYZEWSKIVILLE' RUN ON TAG-TEAM SYSTEM 

REPORT LINKS 'K» WITH UK 

NCAA OFFICIAL DEFENDS COLLEGE ATHLETICS' IMAGE 

THE REST Of THE STORY 

FERRY, KRZYZEWSKI AMONG FINAL 10 

DEVILS, TIGERS HAVE DIFFERENT TOURNEY GOALS 

ACC MADNESS: 8 TEAMS ALL SEEKING ONE GOAL 

DEVILS MUST FOCUS ON NCAAS 

HIGH EXPECTATIONS 

KRZYZEWSKI COULDN'T RESIST SHOT/THOMPSON WON'T BLOCK EVENT/NCAA NOTEBOOK 

WOMAN OWED AN APOLOGY 

VICTORY IN HAND, DUKE TAKES DAY OFF 

KRZYZEWSKI RECEIVES NAISMITH 

GIVE CREDIT TO PAIR OF ADS FOR AIDING DUKE, SETON HALL 

FINAL FOUR COACHES HEAP ON THE PRAISE 

WATCHING AND WAITING 

FROM MIKE TO DUKE FANS! I LOVE YOU 

TRUE BLUE 

BASKETBALL'S BEST! STOPPING TO GREET KIDS 

CONGRATULATIONS IN ORDER 

DUKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC BRINGS 'CLASS' TO DURHAM 

MIKE GMINSKI, BOBBY CREMINS, BUCKY WATERS AND MIKE KRZYZEWSKI FINISH... 

FIGURING OUT STAR-CROSSED NEW SYSTEM 

DUKE HOOPS i KRZYZEWSKI TO COACH GOODWILL GAMES TEAM 

OLYMPIC JOB COULD COME FOR KRZYZEWSKI 

COACH K GOOD CHOICE TO LEAD U.S. TEAMS 

OLYMPIC OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS FOR KRZYZEWSKI 

IN CHICAGO, 'K' LEARNED THE CUBS' TRADITION 

KRZYZEWSKI WARNS: DUKE MUST FOCUS ON ARMY 

BERNARD GETS RARE SHOT AT COACH K 

BLUE DEVILS EXPECT DIFFERENT LOOK FOR NEW SEASON 

KRZYZEWSKI, SMITH CRITICIZE PRESIDENTS' COMMISSION 

KRZYZEWSKI, SMITH CRITICIZE PRESIDENTS' COMMISSION 

PATIENCE MAY BE KEY FACTOR FOR BLUE DEVILS 

MICHAELS MEET: ZWICK AND KRZYZEWSKI 

COACH K OPENS DUKE'S ANNUAL HOLIDAY-CARD CAMPAIGN 

SIXTH-GRADE ART WINNER HELPS KICK OFF HOLIDAY CARD CAMPAIGN 

COACH K: RESCUERS KNOW REAL PRESSURE 

YOUNG DEVILS GET EDUCATION ON THE COURT 

KUDER, PAMELA S. DR. 

DOGS AND CATS BENEFIT FROM DENTAL CARE 

KUECK, MARCUS 

PARRISH PONDERS FOREIGN STUDENTS, ATHLETES 

KUHN, MATTHEW (MICROELECTRONICS CENTER OF N.C.) 

BELL NORTHERN'S KUHN APPOINTED MICROELECTRONICS CENTER PRESIDENT 
KUHN, NEW DIRECTOR, HOPES TO IGNORE PAST, LOOK AHEAD 

KULKA, RICHARD A. DR. 

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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


7/03/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/01/1989 B 


11 P N M14 


S 


2 


1/07/1989 B 


1 N F25 


S 


2 


1/17/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 C 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


2/03/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


S 


2 


2/07/1989 D 


1 U F25 


H 


2 


2/28/1989 D 


3 N 


S 


2 


3/03/1989 D 


2 P U F25 


H 


2 


3/10/1989 B 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 


3/14/1989 B 


1 P U D18 


S 


2 


3/21/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


3/26/1989 C 


3 N C49 


H 


2 


3/28/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/28/1989 D 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 


3/29/1989 D 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 


3/30/1989 D 


1 P U M14 


S 


2 


3/30/1989 B 


1 P U D18 


S 


2 


4/01/1989 A 


1 P P 


H 


2 


4/05/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


S 


2 


4/05/1989 C 


1 P P T44 


H 


2 


4/11/1989 C 


1 P N A54 


S 


2 


4/11/1989 D 


1 P P S73 


S 


2 


5/22/1989 C 


3 P P T32 


S 


& 


5/22/1989 D 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 


5/25/1989 D 


1 P U M14 


H 


2 


9/19/1989 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 


9/21/1989 D 


1 N F95 


S 


2 


9/21/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


9/23/1989 B 


1 P U F25 


H 


2 10/04/1989 C 


2 P U M88 


S 


2 10/06/1989 B 


3 P F 


S 


2 


10/13/1989 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 


10/19/1989 B 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 


10/19/1989 B 


1 P N L22 


H 


2 


10/19/1989 B 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 


10/19/1989 B 


1 P N D18 


H 


2 


10/30/1989 B 


9 P P C45 


S 


2 


11/01/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


11/02/1989 C 


9 P N C60 


S 


2 


11/10/1989 C 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 


12/11/1989 D 


1 P U M88 


S 


2 


1/03/1989 A 


6 P F G59 


m 


1 1 


9/05/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


H 


2 


1/27/1989 C 


1 P N K65 


H 


2 


4/18/1989 A 


1 Q K65 


s 


2 


2/01/1989 B 


1 P F G59 



KULSKI, WLADYSLAW W. (DECEASED) 

DUKE PROFESSOR, EX-POLISH DIPLOMAT KULSKI DIES AT 86 

KUMIN, RON (DUKE UNIV. DRAMA PROGRAM) 

DUKE STANDS TO BENEFIT FROM HOSTING SHOWS 
COUNTY-WIDE GROUP WANTS AIRPORT PLANS 'SCRAPPED' 
SCRAP LEADERS DENOUNCE OBSCENE CALLS 
CITIZENS OFFER ECONOMIC EFFORT 



H 2 5/18/1989 C 11 



S 2 1/26/1989 D 3 P N B71 

CHH 1 5/03/1989 A 1 N L90 

CHH 1 5/18/1989 A 1 P N 

CHH 1 5/25/1989 A 1 P N L90 



KUNCL, SHARON (TEACHER) 
THAT'S B-E-A-R 



CHH 1 12/19/1989 A 3 P N C62 



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KUNIHOLM, BRUCE R. 

THREE RECEIVE TOP TEACHING AWARD AT DUKE 

KUNSTLER, WILLIAM (ATTORNEY) 

CHRISTIC LAWYERS PLAN RESPONSE TO SANCTIONS CALL 

KUPERSMIDT, JANIS 

SCHOOLS HALT SURVEY AFTER PARENTS RAISE RUCKUS 
SURVEY UPSETS PARENTS 

KURALT, CHARLES 

KURALT'S 'MORNING' TURNS 10 ON SUNDAY 

KURALT TAKES BROADCAST ON ROAD FOR UNC SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK 
SOCIAL WORKER'S SON/ON THE ROAD TO RAISE MONEY FOR UNC SCHOOL 
KURALT HOPEFUL ON E.GERMANY 

KURALT, WALLACE (BOOKSHOP OWNER) 

EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER GAINS INTIMATE BOOKSHOP 



KUSCHNER, MARVIN DR. 

DISEASES RELATED TO 'GREENHOUSE EFFECT' 

KWOCK, LESTER DR. 

DIAGNOSIS WITHOUT SURGERY 



CONCERN SCIENTISTS 



H 2 10/13/1989 B 
CHH 1 7/03/1989 A 



CHH 1 5/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/23/1989 A 



H 2 1/27/1989 D 
CHH 1 11/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/10/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/10/1989 A 



CHH 1 12/07/1989 A 



H 2 11/18/1989 C 



KYLE, TED 

SMALL VOICES BOARD INCLUDES FORMER MAYOR CHH 1 3/21/1989 A 

AN INSULTING SITUATION CHH 1 6/24/1989 A 

HILLSBOROUGH PUBLIC HEARING TO FOCUS ON ZONING TO HALT STRIP DEVELOPMENT CHH 1 7/24/1989 A 

JOHNSON ISSUES CHALLENGE TO CATES CHH 1 7/25/1989 A 

SMALL VOICES RESPONDS TO CATES' CHARGES CHH 1 8/12/1989 A 

CATES PERSECUTES SMALL VOICES MEMBERS CW 1 8/12/1989 A 

SMALL VOICES WON'T ENDORSE CANDIDATES CHH 1 9/17/1989 A 

FLYNT NOT PAYING ITS FAIR SHARE, GROUP SAYS CHH 1 9/30/1989 A 

SMALL VOICES WON'T ENDORSE CANDIDATES CHH 1 10/21/1989 A 

SIGNS SHOW PERSONAL OPINION, KYLE SAYS CHH 1 10/31/1989 A 

HERALD PRINTS GOSSIP CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 



L'ENGLE, MADELEINE 

NEWBERRY AWARD WINNER WRITES ONLY FOR 'PEOPLE' 
BOOK-SIGNING: YOUNG, OLD TURN OUT TO SEE AUTHOR MADELEINE L 1 
A LINGERIE SHOW JUST FOR WOMEN 



ENGEL 



LABARRE, DAVID 

SOCIAL SERVICES, JUDGE LABARRE SQUARE OFF TODAY 

JUDGE REFUSES SOCIAL SERVICES REQUEST THAT HE REMOVE HIMSELF FROM... 

ADOPT-A-COP PROGRAM BEGINS 

JUDGE REJECTS ACCUSATIONS HE IS BIASED AGAINST COUNTY AGENCY 

DURHAM COUNTY JUDGES TRADE JABS OVER REQUEST FOR SPECIAL GRAND JURY 

JUDICIAL TIFF DOESN'T SERVE DURHAM WELL 

LABARRE'S COLLEAGUES AMBIVALENT ON PROBE OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

16 LAWYERS BACK GRAND JURY PROBE OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

JUDGE ASKS SBI TO PROBE DURHAM SOCIAL SERVICES 

SBI, NOT SPECIAL GRAND JURY, TO PROBE CHILD-ABUSE CHARGES 

HUDGINS WELCOMES CHILD-ABUSE PROBE 

JUDGES WISELY SETTLE SPAT OVER ABUSE CASES 

NEW PLAN TO END 'JUDGE SHOPPING' 

NEW COURT PLAN MAY UNTANGLE WEB OF DELAY 

COURT UNIFICATION VOTE BY JUDGES DUE IN FALL 

PAPERBOYS BECOME 'STARS' 

JUDGE GETS ALL KINDS OF EXCUSES FOR AVOIDING JURY DUTY 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY TO RUN FOR SUPERIOR COURT BENCH 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY TO SEEK SUPERIOR COURT JUDGESHIP 

MOTHER OF DURHAM YOUTH WITH LEGAL WOES GOES TO JAIL 

MOTHER RELEASED FROM JAIL; TELLS JUDGE SHE WILL COOPERATE 

COURT-ORDERED MOTHERLY LOVE 

"SECOND-CLASS" TREATMENT RIPPED BY JUDGE LABARRE 



2 4/23/1989 D 
2 5/02/1989 B 
2 5/09/1989 A 



2/27/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/28/1989 
3/29/1989 
4/04/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/22/1989 
4/22/1989 
4/26/1989 
6/05/1989 
6/06/1989 
7/23/1989 
8/21/1989 
8/27/1989 
9/10/1989 B 
9/11/1989 A 
10/18/1989 A 
10/20/1989 C 
10/25/1989 A 
11/05/1989 B 



9 P N D80 
3 N S17 



1 N C62 
3 N C62 



4 P N 
3 P N S17 
1 P N S17 
1 N S17 



1 N M70 
1 N K65 



CHH 1 12/13/1989 A 3 P N S17 



N R63 
E 

N D38 
N D38 
N D38 
L 

N H90 
N S17 
N W57 
N W57 
L 



3 P U H45 
1 P U W15 
6 P U W15 



N S32 
N S82 
P T37 
N B53 
N S82 
E 

N S82 
N S82 
N £33 
N S82 
N B53 
E 

N S32 
E 

N S82 
F U57 
N S82 



1 P N S82 



N B53 
P N S82 

N S82 

E 
P N S82 



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LABONTE QUIETLY WORKING WAY TO WINS 
LACEY, AW£ 

abortion-rights supporters urged to campaign harder 

laettner, christian (basketball) 
laettner: uva's loss, duke's win 
NO TRICKS, just words of COMFORT BY NIXON 
LAETTNER 'S COMING OF AGE COMES AT GOOD TIME FOR BLUE DEVILS 
NCAA TOURNEY CREATES INSTANT STARS 

LAFONE, KATHY 

KEEPING THEM IN SCHOOL 

LAINE, CLEO 

CLEO LAINE, JOHN DANKWORTH, APPEAR WITH N.C. SYMPHONY... 
SINGER CLEO LAINE PROVES HER METTLE IN RALEIGH SHOW 
GREAT SINGERS, GREAT SONGS GET TOGETHER 

LAKE, I. BEVERLY JR. (N.C. SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE) 
A NOTE ON JUSTICE FOR THE NCCLU 
COLLEAGUES SUPPORTIVE OF ACTIONS— NAKELL 

LAKE, MIRANDA ROBINSON (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/STUDENT CHARGED WITH MO 

LAKIN, DAVID 

IS DUKE FOREST REALLY OUT OF THE WOODS YET'/SUNDAY FOCUS 
DUKE'S PLAN WOULD SAVE MUCH OF FOREST/SUNDAY FOCUS 

LALL, BETTY (ARMS CONTROL VERIFICATION PROJECT) 

LALL TO MAKE CASE IN CHAPEL HILL AGAINST NUCLEAR UN) SYSTEM 
SPEAKER URGES GLOBAL THINKING, LOCAL ACTION FOR ARMS SECURITY 

LAMBERTSON, JAMES ALLEN (JAIL ESCAPEE) 
MAN CHARGED WITH ESCAPE AFTER CHASE 

LAMBETH, C. E. (PATROLMAN) 

KNIGHTDALE OFFICER KILLS MAN IN SHOOTOUT 

LAMBETH, fWSGIE GRUBB (CEN TENAR IAN TWIN) 

BUSH SENDS BIRTHDAY LETTER TO TWINS WHO WILL BE 105 

FOR OLDEST TWINS (105), THERE WILL BE GREAT BIRTHDAY HOOPLA 

TWINS CELEBRATE THEIR 105TH BIRTHDAY 

WORLD'S OLDEST TWINS TURN 105 

LAMBIOTTE, WALKER 

FORTHCOMING BOOK ACCUSES VALVANG OF CORRUPTION 

'NO PAY, NO STORY' GAVE WRITER DOUBTS ABOUT WOLFPACK CORRUPTION 

LAMM, PATRICIA BR. 

LUCE VISITING PROFESSOR NAMED 

LAND !"WRRY 

'HENDERSON DEALER BUYS STAR AUTOMOBILE CO. 

LAND, TOMMY (DECEASED) 

PAROLE BOARD FREES ACCUSED DEPUTY KILLER 

VICTIM'S WIDOW CRITICIZES PAROLE 

MAY PAROLEE WAS CONVICTED IN CASE WHERE DEPUTY KILLED 

LEARY DIDN'T KNOW OF GLENN'S PAROLE 

PAROLE BOARD DEFENDS ACTION OF RELEASING GLENN 

CANDLELIGHT VIGIL HONORS VICTIMS, CALLS FOR CHANGES (CORRECTED) 

LANDERS, KATHLEEN 

DURHAM HOSTS N.C.'S 1ST HOME FOR AIDS PATIENTS 

LANDERS, KATHLEEN P. (14)1) 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN FACES DWI CHARGE 



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H 2 9/13/1989 D 1 P N M98 



H 2 6/21/1989 C 1 N S22 



S 2 1/09/1989 D 

H 2 2/28/1989 D 

H 2 3/29/1989 D 

S 2 3/29/1989 D 



2 P U F25 
1 P U M14 
1 P U M14 
1 P U F25 



CHH 1 12/11/1989 A 3 P N H90 



2 6/22/1989 D 
2 6/27/1989 A 
2 10/17/1989 A 



CHH 1 11/22/1939 A 
CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 



7 P P 
6 R S66 
6 P R S66 



4 E 

3 P N H90 



CHH 1 2/02/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 2/26/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/26/1989 A 



CHH 1 9/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/25/1989 A 



H 2 2/14/1989 C 
H 2 5/15/1989 B 



1 P N M20 
1 M N M20 



12 P N 
3 P N 



4 N 



1 N 



H 
H 

H 
H 


2 
2 

: 

2 


1/05/1989 D 
1/08/1989 C 
1/14/1989 B 
1/14/1989 C 


4 N 
1 U N36 

4 N 

1PPH2 


H 
H 


9 

2 


1/07/1989 D 
1/14/1939 D 


1 P N 
1 N 


CHH 


1 


8/30/1989 A 


7 N 


S 


2 


6/10/1989 C 


1 N M06 



S 2 12/07/1989 A 

S 2 12/07/1989 A 

H 2 12/08/1989 C 

S 2 12/08/1989 A 

S 2 12/11/1989 A 

S 2 12/23/1989 A 



S 2 6/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/16/1989 A 



N B53 
N B53 
N 

N B53 
N B53 



1 P N B53 
1 P N M06 
7 N 



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TWO SHUNNING MERGER SESSION 

MERGER PANEL ON AGENDA TODAY 

MERGER ISSUEt WHAT'S NEXT? 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD VOTES AGAINST MERGER 

LANDIS. JOHN (SINGER) 

FILM OF 'SINGING STREAM' FAMILY TO BE SHOWN 

LANDRY, TOM (FOOTBALL) 

LANDRY? A TEXAS INSTITUTION 
'SURROUNDED' WITH RESPECT 

LANE, MARY TURNER 

WEGNER, WEISS NAMED RECIPIENTS OF LANE AWARD 

LANEY, TYSON 

N.C. WILDLIFE COMMISSION APPOINTS LANEY TRAINING DIRECTOR 

LANEY, WILLIE (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

SUSPECT ARRESTED AFTER ROBBERY 

LANG, DANA COZART (MURDER VICTIM) 

GRANVILLE WOMAN DIES AFTER SHOT; BOYFRIEND CHARGED 

LANG, K. D, 

IN, BUT NOT OF, COUNTRY; PATSY CLINE + LAURIE ANDERSON = K.D. LANG 

LANGDELL, ROBERT E. 

BLOOD BANK NAMED FOR LANGDELL 

LANGENDERFER, HAROLD Q. (ACCOUNTING PROFESSOR) 
COUNCIL TO CHOOSE OWASA APPOINTEES 

LANGFORD, GEORGE (CHAPEL HILL) 

CHAPEL HILL STUDENT WINS SCIENCE AWARD 

LANGFORD, THOMAS A. DR. 

COUPLE GIVES $25,000 TO DIVINITY SCHOOL FOR SCHOLARSHIP 

LANGLEY, DJUANA 

DURHAM MAN STABBED, BEATEN IN ARGUMENT OVER SPANKING 

LAN6NER, FRANK „ 

THE BOTTOM LINE CATCHING PUBLIC'S EYE/MCNC AT THE CROSSROADS 
ARTICLE ABOUT MCNC CONTAINED INACCURACIES 

LAPHAM, STEPHEN S. 

IGNORANCE IS PERPETUATED 

LAFPE, FRANCES MOORE M „ 

LOST VALUES; AUTHOR POINTS TO SOCIETY AS CRUX OF WORLD HUNGER PROBLEM 

LAREDO, JAIME (VIOLINIST) m 

VIOLINIST JAIME LAREDO, AND WIFE, SHARON ROBINSON, CELLIST... 

VIOLINIST JAIME LAREDO 

GLAZUNOV'S SHOW-STOPPER RELIEVES EDGELESS BRAHMS IN N.C. SYMPHONY... 

LARRABEE, C. X. (KIWANIS CLUB) 
KIWANIAN OF THE YEAR 
POINTS TO PONDER 
LIFE'S PARADOXES 
DURHAM'S ENVOYS GET WORD OUT 

LARSON, ROBERT F. (MUSICIAN) 

THERE'S A LOT OF WHISTLING IN FRANKLIN COUNTY THIS WEEK 

LARTER, JANICE KAY (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/WOMEN FACE DRUG CHARGES 

LASLIE, JAMES (ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY) 



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H 2 5/16/1989 A 1 P N J40 

H 2 5/18/1989 C 12 N J40 

H 2 5/19/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 5/19/1989 C 1 N J40 



H 2 2/10/1989 C 1 P N T33 



H 2 3/03/1939 A 4 E 
S 2 7/03/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 12/15/1989 A 9 N 

H 2 10/15/1989 C 13 N 

H 2 6/05/1989 B 6 N 

H 2 2/06/1989 C 3 N 

H 2 6/30/1989 D 9 P F 

CHH 1 9/20/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 6/26/1989 A 1 N L90 

S 2 4/26/1989 A 3 P N 

H 2 2/22/1989 D 9 N 

H 2 10/02/1989 A 8 N 



H 2 4/17/1989 A 1 C Q K65 
H 2 4/24/1989 A 4 L 



H 2 1/09/1989 A 4 L 
CHH 1 10/07/1989 A 3 P N 



S 2 1/19/1989 D 5 P P 
H 2 1/20/1989 D 15 P P 
H 2 1/24/1989 A 9 P R D10 



H 2 3/02/1989 B 6 P P T37 

H 2 6/16/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 7/15/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 11/21/1989 A 7 N 



H 1 4/20/1989 C 1 P N H60 
CHH 1 3/16/1989 A 2 N 



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COUNCIL TO CHOOSE OUASA APPOINTEES 



CHH 1 6/26/1989 A 



LASSER, MARK BENJAMIN 

DUKE STUDENTS FINED FOR PADLOCKING GATES AT GOVERNOR'S MANSION. . .PROTEST I 

LASSITER, ERNIE (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

MAN SHOT AFTER DISPUTE NEAR FIRE DEPARTMENT; LOCAL BAND MEMBER CHARGED 
POLICE SAY VICTIM LEFT PARALYZED 
SHOOTING LINKED TO DRUG DEAL 

LASSITER, GLENN (N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES) 

LET THE BENEVOLENT BEWARE; APPEALS MAY NOT BE JUST FOR CHARITY 

LASSITER, TALMADGE 

UHAT IS HAPPENING IN POLICE DEFARMENT? 

LASSITER'S POLITICAL FUTURE LIES WITH THOSE HE LASHED 

LET TAL LASSITER RUN 

FORMER OFFICERS SEEK ACTION AFTER POLICE INTERNAL REPORT 

CITIZENS GROUP ORGANIZED TO AIR POLICE DEPARTMENT 

EX-CHIEF HEADS GROUP CONCERNED ABOUT POLICE FORCE 

750 RALLY FOR POLICE CHIEF'S OUSTER 

RALLY AIMS TO OUST CHIEF 

CITY OFFICIALS RECEIVE CLEAR WAKE-UP CALL 

NO CAUSE FOR OUSTER/CHIEF'S WORK IN DURHAM NEEDS LARGER PERSPECTIVE 

LASSITER DEMANDS POWELL FIRE HAMPTON 

LASSITER GROUP DEMANDS CITY FIRE HAMPTON 

HAMP TON DENIES CHARGES IN REF13RT 

HAMPTON BLASTS OUSTER EFFORT AS RACIAL ISSUE 

POLICE CHIEF SAYS OUSTER MOVE RACIALLY MOTIVATED 

LASSITER LASHES OUT AT HAMPTON'S HARANGUE 

LASSITER DENIES HE'S EASY ON DUI CASES 

DURHAM POLICE CAR? A STUDY IN BLACK AND WHITE. (CARTOON) 

RALLY BACKING CHIEF HAMPTON DRAWS 800 

LET'S AVOID RACISM 

LASSITER, HAMPTON SHOULD COOL RHETORIC 

CRACKDOWN ON DRUGS; CHIEF HAMPTON, OTHER OFFICERS DESERVE PLAUDITS... 

LACK OF INTEGRITY, NOT RACIAL MOTIVES, CITED AS ISSUE BY LASSITER 

3,500 REPORTEDLY SIGN PETITION TO OUST DURHAM POLICE CHIEF 

COMMITTEE! LASSITER COULD KEEP BENEFITS IN OFFICE 

POWELL? EX-POLICE CHIEF COULD KEEP BENEFITS 

DURHAM NEEDS LEADERSHIP 

POWELL WILL NOT FIRE HAMPTON 

LASSITER 'DISAPPOINTED' HAMPTON NOT FIRED 

HOPKINS' RESIGNATION WON'T END QUESTIONS 

LASSITER RALLIES VOTERS TO OUST HAMPTON 

POLITICAL BID WOULD NOT COST LASSITER BENEFITS 

LASSITER WON'T LOSE RETIREMENT 

LASSITER SEEKS COUNCIL SHAKEUP 

LASSITER'S OFF AND RUNNING 

CITY COUNCIL NEGLIGENT 

POLICE DEPARTMENT ISSUE CREATING VOLATILE CLIMATE 

LASSITER RUNS FOR COUNCIL, NOT FOR MAYOR 

WELLS' FILING CREATES 3-WAY RACE FOR MAYOR 

22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 

CITY ELECTION LINEUP; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 

STRAWBRIDGE, LASSITER CONSIDER COALITION 

NEW GROUP HOPES TO INCREASE VOTERS 

FRIENDS OF DURHAM BACK STRAWBRIDGE FOR MAYOR 

COUNCIL HOPEFUL SAYS CITY NEEDS A 'DRUG CZAR' 

LASSITER OPPOSES SPENDING ON STADIUM, OTHER PROJECTS 

LASSITER MISTAKEN ABOUT HAYTI 

DO YOU WANT SENSIBLE CITY GOVERNMENT? TAL LASSITER (AD) 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

V0TE/'89; VOTING PRECINCT TALLY 

CANDIDATES' VIEWS VARY ON EXTENT OF CITY FUNDING FOR HOUSING 

LASSITER VOWS TO BE 'ACCESSIBLE' 

VOTE FOR TAL LASSITER (AD) 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL GETS 3, KEEPS 3 WINNERS (ERROR' IN RESULTS) 

CITY COUNCIL WARDS/VOTING TALLY (ERROR IN RESULTS) 



N L90 



H 


2 


5/17/1989 C 


1 N R63 


CHh 


1 


9/01/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


at 


1 


9/02/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CM 


1 


9/14/1989 A 


1 N M70 


H 


2 


1/22/1989 E 


1 T F Zll 


H 


2 


2/09/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


9 

i- 


5/06/1989 A 


1 P N S69 


H 


2 


5/11/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


5/16/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


5/17/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


5/17/1989 C 


1 N M51 


H 


2 


5/19/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 


5/19/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


S 


2 


5/20/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/21/1989 D 


4 E 


S 


2 


5/24/1989 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


5/25/1989 A 


1 P N M51 


S 


2 


5/25/1989 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


5/26/1989 A 


1 N C47 


S 


2 


5/26/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


5/27/1989 A 


1 P N S69 


S 


2 


5/27/1989 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


5/28/1989 D 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 


5/29/1989 A 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


5/30/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


5/30/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


n 


5/31/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/31/1989 C 


1 N M51 


S 


2 


6/07/1989 B 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 


6/09/1989 C 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


6/14/1989 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


6/15/1989 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


6/16/1989 A 


1 N C47 


S 


2 


6/19/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/20/1989 A 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


6/20/1989 B 


1 C N R63 


S 


2 


6/20/1989 A 


1 N C61 


S 


2 


6/20/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 


6/23/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/26/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/26/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


8/03/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 


8/03/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


S 


n 


8/05/1989 C 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


8/08/1989 C 


1 P N 


S 


n 


8/14/1989 A 


1 N C61 


S 


2 


8/17/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 


8/30/1989 A 


1 N C61 


S 


2 


9/15/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


9/16/1989 C 


1 N N36 


H 


2 


9/22/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


9/28/1989 A 


6 P A 


H 


2 


10/11/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 


10/11/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


10/11/1989 A 


6 N 


S 


2 


11/03/1989 A 


1 Q C61 


s 


2 


11/03/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


11/06/1989 A 


3 P A 


H 


2 


11/08/1989 A 


1 N N36 


H 


2 


11/08/1989 A 


8 C N 



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1/01/1989 - 



INDEX 
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GRUBB UINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB UINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH 

GRUBB REAL WARD 1 WINNER 

HIGH VOTER TURNOUT TURNS VOTE AROUND 

JENKINS CITY'S 1ST BLACK MAYOR 

COMPUTER TWISTS ELECTION RETURNS 

HAYWIRE MACHINE COUNTED PRECINCT VOTE TOTALS TWICE 

LASSITER, WILLIAM DR. 

'GUINEA PIGS' SEEN KEY TO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

LATORRE, JAMES 

EFLAND MAN MAY SUE COUNTY OVER AIRPORT SITE 
SCRAP LEADERS DENOUNCE OBSCENE CALLS 
BACK TO BASICS 

LATTA, ANTHONY (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/HILLSBOROUGH MAN SHOT, HIT BY CAR 



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11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/09/1989 
11/09/1989 



N B53 
N C61 
N C61 
N H65 
N C61 
N R63 
N R63 



H 2 1/02/1989 A 1 N C60 



CHH 1 4/26/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/24/1989 A 



2 N L90 
1 P N 

3 P N M25 



CHH 1 7/11/1989 A 3 N 



LATTA, TED 

LATTA NOT RENAMED TO ADJUSTMENT BOARD CW 1 6/08/1989 A 3 N I 

POSSIBLE BOARD CANDIDATES EXPLORING OPTIONS CHH 1 9/25/1989 A 1 P N M20 

GAPING HOLE IN DOWNTOWN HILLSBORUGH TO BE SITE OF RETAIL-OFFICE BUILDING CHH 1 11/25/1989 A 3 P N H90 



LATTIE, JERMAINE 

LATTIE LEADS PANTHERS TO WIN 

LATTIMORE, HENRY 

IT'S 'CRYING TIME' AGAIN IN THE CIAA 

EAGLES SEEK NEW STARS 

IF THERE'S STRENGTH IN NUMBERS, EAGLES CAN REPEAT '88 SUCCESS 

NCCU'S LATTIMORE CONFIDENT IN PREPARATION FOR A&T 

ERROR-PLAGUED EAGLES COUNTING ON IMPROVED EFFORT IN GAME 2 

EAGLES TO PUT 'BEST FOOT FORWARD' 

LATTIMORE STANDS ALONE AFTER DEFEAT 

WITH DREAMS OF CHAMPIONSHIP VANISHED, LATTIMORE'S EAGLES SIMPLY PLAYING 

IT'S NOT GETTING ANY EASIER FOR EAGLES 

FISHER RECOMMENDS CONTRACT EXTENSION FOR LATTIMORE 

LATTIMORE, EAGLES GUN FOR WIN IN FINALE 

LATTIMORE SECURE DESPITE RECORD 



S 2 9/30/1989 B 3 P N P52 



8/16/1989 D 

8/23/1989 D 

8/24/1989 D 

8/30/1989 D 

9/06/1989 D 

9/20/1989 D 

10/04/1989 C 

10/13/1989 D 

10/25/1989 D 

10/30/1989 B 

11/01/1939 D 

11/01/1989 D 



11 
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2 
1 
1 
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F P52 
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N P75 
N 650 
N A76 
N G50 
N M88 
N H98 
N M88 
N G50 
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LAUBE, ELZIE 
DICKENS' 



CARING AND SERVICE WILL BE REMEMBERED WITH LOVE 



2 3/18/1989 A 



LAUFFER, RICHARD 

GRADE-CHANGING CHARGES CONTINUE 

LAUPUS, WILLIAM E, 

LAUPUS, RUBIN RECEIVE AWARDS FROM UNC BOARD 
UNC BOARD PRESENTS 0. MAX GARDNER AWARDS 

LAW YONE, EDWARD M. 

TWO CITIES, TWO MEN, ONE WAR STORY 

LAWLER, BARBARA (SCHOOL PRINCIPAL) 

AREA SCHOOLS REFLECT PUNISHMENT DEBATE 

LAWRENCE, AMOS 

RETURNING TO SITE OF GLORY DAYS, LAWRENCE MAKES BID FOR NEW LIFE 

LAWRENCE, ELIZA LOTTIE 

GOLD MEDAL MOMS (SPECIAL SECTION) 

LAWRENCE, KENNETH MARVIN (SHOOTING CHARGE) 
POLICE CHARGE MAN IN SHOOTING 

LAURENCE, LOTTIE RILEY 

DURHAM IS HOSPITABLE HOME TO LONG-LIVED CITIZENS 



S 2 1/12/1989 B 4 N 



S 2 5/12/1989 A 6 N 
CHH 1 5/14/1989 A 6 P N 



H 2 6/04/1989 E 2 U H49 

CHH 1 3/14/1989 A 1 N C62 

H 2 7/23/1989 C 1 P N C49 

H 2 5/09/1989 D 1 P F 

S 2 12/26/1989 C 1 N B53 

S 2 4/19/1989 B 1 F S27 



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T>€ LURE OF LIPOSUCTION 

LAWS, HARLAN 

3 DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOST BID 
ORDINANCE NEEDS NEW DESIGN 

LAWS, WILLIAM THOMAS "BILL" 

WILLIAM LAWS, FORMER ASSISTANT ORANGE COUNTY MANAGER 
'MR. ORANGE COUNTY' REMEMBERED FOR YEARS OF SERVICE 

LAWSON, EDWARD DR. 

NEWBORN CARE THREATENED - STUDY 

LAWSON, KATHERINE 

TAR HEEL WRITERS TURNING OUT QUANTITIES OF GOOD MATERIAL 

LAWTHER, ETHEL MARTUS 

UNC-G TO HONOR TRIANGLE RESIDENTS 

LAWTON, ANDREW WESLEY (DRUG CHARGES) 

'DRUG HOUSE' ARREST MADE; 4TH IN PAST YEAR 
GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN ON SEX CHARGES 

LAYBEN, AUDREY 

CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH FOCUS DURING MONTH 
AN ABUNDANCE OF THERAPISTS/HEALING THE MIND 

LAYTON, BETTY WILLIAMS 

CARRBORO REMEMBERS TOW* HALL'S SCHOOL DAYS 

LAZY LESTER (MUSICIAN) 

LAZY LESTER, BLUES HARP PLAYER FROM LOUISIANA, TO PERFORM 
LAZY LESTER IS SINGING THE BLUES AGAIN 

LEACH, DANIEL (DECEASED) 
TRUCK KILLS PEDESTRIAN 
INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER CHARGED IN PEDESTRIAN DEATH 

LEAK, DERRICK- 
EAGLES NOT READY TO THINK 'REPEAT' 
UNLUCKY LEAK RETURNS FOR EAGLES 

LEAK, JOHNNY REV. 

PAPER GOOFED IN GOALS 

LEARY, ROLAND W. 

CRIME PREVENTION WEEK 

CRIMESTOPPERS COURTS INFORMANTS AT COURT 

HIGHT WON'T RULE OUT A BID FOR SHERIFF 

THE SHERIFF MEETS THE JUDGE 

SHERIFF LEARY PLANNING CHANGES IN COUNTY JAIL/ESCAPE PROMPTS CALL FOR. 

BOTH SIDES REACH AGREEMENT ON SOME ISSUES IN JAIL LAWSUIT 

CONSENT ORDER SETS JAIL-CAPACITY 'TARGETS' 

SHERIFF REF-QRTS PROGRESS MADE IN JAIL SECURITY 

DARE DONORS 

COUNTY JAIL'S FREE TELEPHONE SYSTEM GETS MIXED SIGNALS FROM COMMUNITY 

SHERIFF RECEIVES OK ONADDING 34 JAIL WORKERS 

DARE TO BE GREAT 

LEARY DIDN'T KNOW OF GLENN'S PAROLE 

LEARY, SUZANNE 

NCCU PROF'S COMPLAINT SENT TO PANEL 

LEATHERS, BOBBY L. (ANIMAL WARDEN) 

ANIMAL WARDEN ELECTED PRESIDENT OF ASSOCIATION 

LEATHERS, KARL (DURHAM PROSECUTOR) 
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CHH 1 8/03/1989 A 7 N 



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5/14/1939 D 


3 U H45 


CHH 1 


5/02/1989 A 


5PN 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


6/22/1989 A 
9/13/1989 A 


1 N M70 
3 N H90 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


5/06/1989 A 
8/07/1989 A 


3 P N S17 
1 P Q S17 



CHH 1 6/11/1989 A 



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1/12/1989 D 
1/13/1989 D 


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H 
H 


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3 N 


H 

S 


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10/15/1989 C 
11/16/1989 B 


3 P N 888 
3 P N P52 



S 


2 


2/14/1989 B 


7 P P K30 


5 


2 


2/22/1989 C 


1 


P N B53 


S 


2 


2/25/1989 A 


1 


P N B53 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 C 


2 


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H 


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5/11/1989 A 


1 


N M51 


S 


j 


7/05/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


S 


2 


7/06/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/21/1989 B 


1 


N H51 


S 


2 


9/26/1989 B 


9 P P S73 


H 


9 


11/12/1989 A 


1 


N S32 


H 


2 


11/14/1989 B 


1 


N S69 


S 


2 


11/16/1989 C 


5 


P P T32 


S 


2 


12/08/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


10/21/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


11/06/1989 A 


4 


E 



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LEBO TO MISS UNC-BUKE 

GAME SEATING AT CAMERON PUTS SQUEEZE ON A 'BROKER' 

SENIOR DAYS/ AND NOW, ONE MORE SHOT AT REACHING THE FINAL FOUR 

LEBO, BUCKNALL SEARCHING FOR MEMORIES 

TAR HEELS TAKE IT ALL! TAR HEEL FANS ARE EUPHORIC 

YOUNG CAROLINA FAN STRONG ON COURAGE 

BLOW TO LEBO FIRES UP HEELS 

DESPITE ELBOW TO FACE, LEBO BACK IN ACTION 

LEDEZMA, JOEL (STABBING SUSPECT) 

CARRBORO MAN PLEADS GUILTY IN RAPE TRIAL 
RAPIST DRAWS 35 YRS. 

LEDFORD, AMOS A. 

EVANGELIST: SIGNS ARE RIGHT FOR RETURN OF CHRIST 

LEE, BILLY (BASKETBALL) 

LEE WOULD LIKE TO GET CAMELS OVER HUMP OF NO TELEVISION 

FOR ADDING COLOR TO THE PICTURE, HCGUIRE WINS OVER PACKER, VITALE 

LEE, DANIEL BRIAN (RAPE CHARGES) 

ASSAILANT'S REMARKS SPUR SEARCH FOR BOONE WOMAN 
MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER OF JENI GRAY 
GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN HELD IN JENI GRAY MURDER 
JUDGE SAYS MAN CAN STAND TRIAL FOR JENNI GRAY KILLING 

LEE, DEBORAH (ASSAULT CHARGE) 
DEPUTY ATTACKED TWICE 

LEE, HOWARD (FORMER CHAPEL HILL MAYOR) 

HOWARD LEE CONSIDERING BID FOR SENATE 

LEE, KANG SEOK 

LEE BRINGS SEOUL TO CARY 



MAKING CHOCOLATE EGGS.., 



LEE, MARGARET 

FOR FUN, FUNDS, FELLOWSHIP AND 'FEVER' 

LEE, MICHELLE FELICIA 

DURHAM HIGH CROWNS NEW QUEEN 

LEE, ROBERT E. 

IN THE OLD DOMINION, THEY REMEMBER LEE 

LEE, SANG 

FOR LEE, TAE KWON DO MEANS CONFIDENCE 

LEE, SPIKE 

FILMMAKER SPIKE LEE TO GIVE TALK AT UNC 

FIGHTING HOLLYWOOD STEREOTYPES 

'DO THE RIGHT THING' 5 DELIBERATE AMBIVALENCE 

LEE, THOMAS H. (JUDGE) 

STANBACK NAMED TO JUDGESHIP 

DURHAM COUNTY COURTHOUSE GRIEVES DEATH OF "IDEAL" JUDGE THOMAS LEE 

JUDGE LEE SET GOOD EXAMPLE 

LEE, WILLIAM S. "BILL" (DUKE POWER) 

CHAIRMAN OF DUKE POWER CO. WILL ATTEND SOVIET UNION MEETING... 

LEFLER, WES 

CELL ARTICLE EDITORIALIZED 

LEIGHT, GEORGE DR. 

DUKE FACES MORE INTIMIDATION CHARGES 

LEIGHTON, DOROTHEA C. DR. (DECEASED) 

FORMER UNC OFFICIAL LEIGHTON DEAD AT 80 



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S 
E 

C -I 



1/17/1989 D 
1/19/1989 A 
3/05/1989 C 
3/11/1989 D 
3/13/1989 A 
3/16/1989 A 
3/18/1989 B 
3/19/1989 C 



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PG L P BYL 

1 P N 
1 P N N36 
1 P G C49 

3 U M14 
1 P N H90 
6 P F S27 
1 U F25 

4 P N C52 



CHH 1 8/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/10/1989 A 



N H90 
N H90 



H 2 6/17/1989 A 7 P N J40 



H 2 2/12/1989 C 
H 2 2/12/1989 C 



S 2 10/04/1989 A 

H 2 10/11/1989 C 

S 2 10/17/1989 C 

S 2 12/14/1989 A 



H 2 11/06/1989 B 

H 2 10/06/1989 A 

S 2 4/25/1989 C 

H 2 2/19/1989 E 

S 2 12/08/1989 B 

H 2 1/06/1989 D 

H 2 6/25/1989 C 



CHH 1 4/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/20/1989 A 
H 2 7/07/1989 D 



H 2 1/25/1989 A 
H 2 11/15/1989 A 
S 2 11/17/1989 A 



H 2 3/30/1989 C 

CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 

H 2 8/06/1989 B 

CHH 1 9/01/1989 A 



1 P N M14 
4 N M14 



1 N B53 
1 P N 
1 P N 
3 N 



1 N M51 
14 N 

5 P N A76 

3 P F 
12 P P S76 

5 P F 

8 N V05 



5 P N 
3 P N M70 
2 P R S66 



1 N S82 
1 P N S82 
4 L 



3 P N 

4 L 
1 N 
3 



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N E 

P D 

S 2 

H 2 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 



cm 1 
H 2 



S 2 
CHH 1 



H 1 

H 1 



HELP FOR THE HUNGRY BEST LELAND MEMORIAL 
MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR LELAND 

LELOUDIS, JIM 

STUDENTS CHALLENGE UNC HISTORY BEPT. APPOINTMENT 
UNC HISTORY CHAIRMAN DEFENDS HIRING CHOICE 

LEMKE, CHRISTIAN 

VISITING PROFESSOR MARVELS AT DISMANTLING OF BERLIN UALL 

LEMKE, MARK 

LEMKE! POWER AT PLATE AS IMPORTANT AS GLOVE 

LEMOND, GREG 

LEMOND'S WIN INSPIRING 

LEMOND'S SHREWD USE OF TECHNOLOGY, TALENT MERGE FOR TOUR DE FRANCE WIN 

LEMONS, CLARENCE A. (GRANVILLE COUNTY) 

RUN-OFFS ARE POSSIBLE IN FOUR GRANVILLE DISTRICTS 
GRANVILLE COUNTY RUN-OFFS SETTLE THREE CONTESTS 

LENK, DOROTHY 

THE HARMONIC BRAIN; KINESIOLOGISTS GATHER IN CHAPEL HILL 

LENNON, ALVIN (CHILD NEGLECT) 

FATHER CHARGED UITH LEAVING 2-YEAR-OLD UNATTENDED IN CAR 

LENNON, JERRY (J&C ICE CREAM) 

SNACK MAN STRIKES BACK, CHASES, NABS ACCUSED THIEF (CORRECTED 4-11-89) 

LENNON, JOHN 

'IMAGINE' EXAMINES 3 FACES OF LENNON 

LENTRICCHIA, MELISSA 

NIGHT C! SENIOR'S 'BRAIN' 

LENZER, JEANNE 

JUDGE TO DECIDE IF LAWYER CAN REPRESENT 'WHISTLEBLOUER' 

LAWYER WINS MOTION TO REPRESENT WOMAN SUING STATE OVER DISMISSAL 

JUDGE STOPS STATE FROM MARRING LEGAL PROCESS 

STATE ATTORNEYS REBUT CLAIMS IN BUTNER FIRING 

FIRED STATE EMPLOYEE'S SUIT DISMISSED 

DISMISSAL OF WHISTLEBLOWER'S LAWSUIT DRAWS LAWYER'S IRE 

JUICE ISSUES SUIT DISMISSAL EXPLANATION 

LEONARD, DEBBIE (BASKETBALL COACH) 
FANFARE/COACHES HONORED 
PACK'S STINSON DRAWS RAVE REVIEWS ON COURT 

LEONARD, SUGAR RAY 

BIG MONEY TARNISHES BOXING'S ACHIEVEMENTS 

LERNER, WARREN 

DUKE prof: POLISH CHANGES BREATHTAKING 

LEROY, CARWILE 

STEEP RAMPS, STAIRWAYS MARK 1ST-YEAR MEDICAL STUDENT'S JOURNEYS TO CLASS 

LESTER, AVIE (BASKETBALL PLAYER) 

LESTER PROVES INVALUABLE DOWN STRETCH H 2 

ACADEMIC POLICY SIDELINES LESTER S 2 

LESTER MAY NOT HAVE REDSHIRT SEASON OFTION H 2 

PACK LOSES TO ETSU; LESTER OUT H 2 

LESTER, JULIUS 

SPEAKER RECOUNTS 'JOURNEY TO JUDAISM' H 2 

LESTER, MICHAEL WAYNE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE THREE WITH DWI CHH 1 



8/16/1989 A 
8/19/1989 C 



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3/24/1989 A 
3/28/1989 A 



12/24/1989 A 
4/03/1989 B 



7/26/1989 A 
8/05/1989 A 



4/12/1989 C 
5/03/1989 C 



CHH 1 7/01/1989 A 
3/14/1989 A 
4/05/1989 C 
3/24/1989 D 
4/18/1989 B 



7/28/1989 C 
7/29/1989 C 
8/01/1989 A 
8/25/1989 C 
9/28/1989 C 
10/01/1989 B 
10/18/1989 C 



2/04/1989 D 
12/10/1989 C 



S 2 12/09/1989 A 
S 2 8/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/12/1989 A 



3/20/1989 B 
11/09/1989 B 
11/10/1989 B 
12/20/1989 D 



2/23/1989 C 
4/25/1989 A 



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4 E 

5 P U 



1 P N T33 
1 P N T33 



3 P N L90 
12 N 
1 N B53 
7 P R L59 
7 R P10 



2 N S82 
1 N S82 
4 E 
1 N B53 
1 N S82 
1 P N S82 
1 P N S82 



3 P N 
2 U F95 



4 E 
1 N M06 
1 P N M20 



4 P N C49 
1 P N F25 
1 P N 
1 P N M64 



3 N J04 
7 N 



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POLICE LOG/EMPLOYEE SHOT IN PIZZA HUT ROBBERY TRY 

LEUCHTENBURG, WILLIAM E. DR. 

UNC professor: REAGAN CHARMING, BUT LUCKY 

REAGAN ERA GETS LUKEWARM EVALUATION 

KENAN PROFESSOR TO ADDRESS U.S. SENATEi LEUCHTENBURG TO SPEAK. 

LEUCHTENBURG SELECTED TO HEAD AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

LEVINE, JACK < ARTIST) 

ARTIST TO DISCUSS WORKS AT N.C. MUSEUM OF ART 

LEVINE, MADELINE DR. 

DUKE PROF: POLISH CHANGES BREATHTAKING 

LEVINE, RICHARD J DR. 

QUALITY OF SPERM HIGHER IN COLD WEATHER — STUDY 

LEVINE, STEPHEN DR. (EXPERT ON DEATH) 
DEATH EXPERT COMING TO DUKE 

LEVINE, STEVEN DR. 

CHINA NEVER MEANT TO GIVE IN, UNC PROFESSOR SAYS 

LEVIS, JESSE 

FORMER TAR HEEL LEVIS CATCHING ATTENTION OF ROOKIE LEAGUE 
LEVIS IS BACK IN SWING AFTER SHAKY a START 



LEVISON, STEVE (HOMEBREWER) 
WHEN HOMEBREWERS COMPETE, 



THEY DON'T FOOL AROUND 



LEVITT, ANDREW (MIME) 

MIME ANDREW LEVITT DOES HIS THING WEDNESDAY 

LEVY, RON (CAROLINA REFINISHERS INC.) 

FIRM HELPS BUSINESSES KEEP 'GOOD THINGS' 

LEWIS, ANTHONY (COLUMNIST) 

ANTHONY LEWIS TO GIVE WEIL ADDRESS 
LEWIS TO ADDRESS PRESS. CITIZENSHIP 
PRESS NEGLECTS WATCHDOG ROLE - LEWIS 



LEWIS, BILL (FOOTBALL COACH) 

LEWIS RENEWS ECU'S OPTIMISM 
LEWIS PUTS REVAMFtD OFFENSE, 



DEFENSE IN MOTION AT ECU 



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S 2 1/13/1989 A 1 P N 

CHH 1 1/14/1989 A 5 P N 

CHH 1 2/10/1989 A 5 P N 

CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 5 P N 



H 2 5/14/1989 E 10 P N 



S 2 8/22/1989 A 

H 2 1/14/1989 C 

S 2 3/03/1989 C 

S 2 6/08/1989 A 



H 2 7/27/1989 D 
H 2 8/20/1989 B 



1 N M06 

1 N K65 

1 N 

1 N M06 



1 P N C52 

2 P N P75 



H 2 10/29/1989 B 4 P N S22 
H 2 1/06/1989 D 14 P P 
S 2 11/27/1989 C 1 P N E33 



CHH 1 2/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/19/1989 A 



8/23/1989 D 
8/24/1989 D 



5 N 
7 N 
7 N 



14 N A76 
12 P F G50 



LEWIS, BRIEN 

PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFULS PREPARE FOR RUN-OFF 

NEW STUDENT PRESIDENT TO HIT GROUND RUNNING 

STUDENTS OBSERVE DAY OF MOURNING 

STUDENTS DECRY TUITION PROPOSALS 

NEW YEAR, NEW ISSUES/SUNDAY FOCUS: BACK TO CAMPUS 

HARDIN SAYS INTERFERENCE IN BOYCOTT IS UNLIKELY 

LEWIS RECANTS BOYCOTT STATEMENT 

STUDENTS BLAST PLAYBOY AD IN DAILY TAR HEEL 

STUDENT PRESIDENT PROPOSES INVOLVEMENT IN TUITION ISSUE 

STUDENT PROPOSAL HAS GOOD INTENTIONS 

TRUSTEES 'SUPPORT' STUDENT'S INITIATIVE 

LEWIS! AID MUST KEEP PACE WITH TUITION 

OFFICIALS, STUDENTS TO MULL FEE USE 

STUDENTS MAY RECEIVE DISCOUNT BUS PASSES FROM TRANSPORTATION FEE 

LEWIS, ELROY 

MINISTER COMPLETES OLD TESTAMENT BOOK 

LEWIS, JEROME (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

DRIVER CHARGED AFTER NEARLY HITTING CHURCH 

2 DWIS WITHIN 48 HOURS, MAN HITS 3.8 IN BREATHALYZER TEST 

LEWIS, JERRY LEE 

GOODNESS, GRACIOUS-S-S JERRY LEE'S MUSIC'S STILL GREAT, BUT MOVIE ISN'T 



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 



2/24/1989 

3/02/1989 

6/08/1989 

8/07/1989 

8/20/1989 

8/22/1989 

9/04/1989 

9/13/1989 

9/16/1989 

9/19/1989 

10/28/1989 

11/21/1989 

11/28/1989 

12/07/1989 



N 
N 

N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
E 

N S17 
N 

N S17 
N S17 



H 2 5/13/1989 A 7 N 



3/26/1989 B 
3/28/1989 D 



3 N 

4 N 



S 2 7/13/1989 D 3 P R C61 



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LEWIS, KENNETH (ARTIST) 

BUILDING A CAREER BRICK BY BRICK 
ARTISTS HELP HUNGRY 
CAPTURING THE CITY ON CANVAS 
'LIBBA' COTTEN REMEMBERED 

LEWIS, LARRY P. (PRINCIPAL) 

PRINCIPAL APPOINTED AT GITHENS 

INTERIM PRINCIPAL GETS PERMANENT GITHENS POST 

LEWIS, MARK (BASEBALL) 

INDIANS' LEWIS MAKING STRIDES TOWARD SHOT AT CLEVELAND 
LEWIS' BLAST EARNS MVP 

LEWIS, OSCAR 

CITY, COUNTY STAKE TURF ON BOND ISSUE 

COUNCIL DECIDES TO MAKE OFFICER-DWI PROBE PUBLIC 

LOITERING ORDINANCE APPEARS HEADED FOR PASSAGE/LEWIS WANTS MORE STUDY 

CITY COUNCIL APPROVES ANTI-LOITERING ORDINANCE 

LEWIS, PAT 

STUDENTS LEARNING TO SETTLE OWN SPATS 

LEWIS, STAN 

CARRBORO'S LLOYD STREET STUDIOS; JAILHOUSE ROCK 

LEWIS, SUSAN GRANT (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DECEPTION CHARGED IN DRUG PURCHASE 

LEYBURN, JAMES G. 

STORY OF DURHAM IS COLORFUL CONTRIBUTION TO HISTORY 

LEYVA, MARIO "TONY" REV. (CONVICTED OF CHILD MOLESTATION) 

FLAMBOYANT PREACHER IN PRISON AFTER CAREER OF SEXUAL MOLESTATION 



S 2 3/23/1989 D 
S 2 3/23/1989 D 
H 2 8/16/1989 C 
CHH 1 10/29/1989 A 



H 2 10/20/1989 C 
S 2 10/20/1989 C 



H 2 5/07/1989 C 
S 2 7/19/1989 D 



S 2 1/25/1989 A 

S 2 5/11/1989 A 

H 2 11/03/1989 C 

S 2 11/21/1989 A 



S 2 9/29/1989 A 

H 2 9/03/1989 E 

CHH 1 1/16/1989 A 

H 2 7/30/1989 D 



LICHTEIG, REGINA 

BACK FROM THE USSR; 2 PLAYMAKERS DISCUSS 'WALK IN THE WOODS' 
LICKTEIG NAMED PLAYMAKERS ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR 

LIDDY, CHUCK 

TWO STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS CAPTURE TOP N.C. PRIZES 

3 ON SUN STAFF WIN PRESS AWARDS 

HIGH WATER ON THE HAW 

COURT ESCAPEE NABBED 

MAN IN FOOT CHASE SENTENCED MONDAY 

HUGE SUPERTRUCK STOPS TRAFFIC IN CHAP! HILL 

HERALD CO. PHOTOGRAP-HER CITED 

HERALD PHOTOGRAPHER WINS PRESS AWARD 

LIGGETT, STEPHEN B. DR. 

DR. LIGGETT WINS RESEARCH AWARD 

LILES, JOE (TEACHER) 

WHERE KINDERGARTEN, 12TH GRADE MEET 

SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATH DISPLAYS CIRCUIT BOARD ART 

HE'S ENERGIZED/'CURRENT ADVENTURES' 

LILLIE, BARRY 

ROBBERY, KIDNAPPINGS GET MAN 32- YEAR TERM 
GUNS FIGURE IN DRUG CASES 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

LILLIE, JAMES 

THOM MCAN WINNER 

LILLIQUIST, DEREK (BASEBALL PLAYER) 

SUCCESSFUL SPRING EARNS LILLIQUIST SPOT/AT SPRING TRAINING 



SOVIET TOUR H 
CHH 



2 7/10/1989 A 
1 7/25/1989 A 



H 2 1/27/1989 
S 2 1/27/1989 
CHH 1 6/01/1989 
9/08/1989 
11/14/1989 



CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

S 

H 



1 11/14/1989 



12/04/1989 
12/05/1989 



H 2 4/19/1989 C 
H 2 11/14/1989 A 
H 2 12/01/1989 D 



H 2 11/09/1989 C 
S 2 11/09/1989 B 
H 2 11/10/1989 A 



S 2 6/10/1989 B 
H 2 3/23/1989 D 



1 P F B71 

2 N 

1 P P T32 
1 P P T44 



1 N C47 
1 N E33 



2 P N C52 
1 P N A76 



1 P N H70 

1 P N C61 

1 P N R63 

1 P N C61 



3 N E33 
1 P F S56 
3 N 
3 P U H45 



H 2 1/30/1989 B 1 N 



6 P F W66 
3 N 



1 P 
1 P 

7 P 
3 P 
3 

3 P 
8 

8 P 



N T44 
N 

P L38 
N L38 
N 

N L38 
N 
N 



S 2 8/24/1989 A 9 N 



1 P P T37 
6 P F W15 
5 P B B71 



1 N S82 
11 N 

2 N 



3 P P K30 
1 P U P75 



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ACROSS AN OCEAN AND A GENERATION 

LIMON, JOSE 

SOULFUL DANCES PERFORMED 

♦25,000 DANCE PRIZE GOING TO DEAD CHOREOGRAPHERS 

ADF AWARD CARRIES SENSE OF HISTORY 

ADF AWARD HONORS DANCE PIONEERS 

LINARES, RUDOLFO 

DISTRAUGHT FATHER HAS SUFFERED ENOUGH 

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM 
LINCOLN'S LAND 
PRESIDENTS' DAY OBSERVED 

LINCOLN, C. ERIC DR. 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 
DUKE PUTS UP PORTRAIT OF BLACK ARCHITECT ABELE 
DUKE PROF.' PUBLISHING HARD FOR BLACK WRITERS 

LINDBERGH, CHARLES A, 

IT'S THE DAY THAT LINDY MADE OUR SPIRITS SOAR 

LINDLEY, CELESTE 

DETECTION ADVANCES CUT CERVICAL, OTHER CANCERS IN WOMEN 

LINDSAY, JOSEPH MCKINLEY (DRUG CHARGES) 
BUTNER OFFICERS SEIZE UNCUT COCAINE 

LINDSEY, ERON 

WARRIORS HAVE DANGEROUS GAMEBREAKER IN LINDSEY 

LINEBERGER, DAVID H. 

PARTY LEADERS READY TO GIVE BUSH A CHANCE 

LINEBERGER, WILLIAM CARL 

TOP CHEMIST LINEBERGER TO GIVE LECTURES AT DUKE 
SCIENTIST TO GIVE LECTURE AT DUKE ON LASER ADVANCES 

LINEBERRY, DANNY 

INSIGHT/THE MISCARRIAGE: IT HELPS TO TALK 

INSIGHT/VERBAL PROWESS: LAWMAKERS' SILLINESS RUNS FROM PLOTT HOUND... 

HOW IMPORTANT IS ABORTION TO WINNING IN NORTH CAROLINA? 

LINEBERRY PETER 

U.S. 'DEBATE ABOUT INDIAN SKELETAL REMAINS IS ISSUE OF GROWING CONCERN., 

BARNES WINS GOVERNOR'S AWARD 

PROBATION SENTENCE GIVEN TO MCKINLEY 

AREA UNITED WAY LESS THAN THIRD AWAY FROM '89 GOAL 

INJURY LIKELY WHEN DRIVER IS DRUNK, PROFESSOR SAYS 

RESPONSE TO RSWP ' POSITIVE '/48 RESTAURANTS KELP 

BEIJING APPARENTLY SAFE FOR STUDENTS, UNC OFFICIALS SAY 

LINER, AMON 

TAR HEEL POET WAS TECHNICAL INNOVATOR 

LINGO, WILL 

RAMS CLUB GIFTS AVERAGE $7.6 MILLION 

LINK, JOHN M. JR. (ORANGE COUNTY MANAGER) 

BOARD TO VIEW TIMETABLE FOR IMPROVEMENTS 

DEVELOPMENT GROUP ROLLS UP SLEEVES 

DEPARTMENTS ASKED TO HOLD BUDGET LINE 

THE SOFT-SHOE TAX-HIKE SHUFFLE/ JAMES R. SMITH 

TAXPAYERS' BILL FOR CONFERENCE NEARLY *4,000 

PLANNING BOARD OBJECTS TO COMMISSIONERS' SNUB 

BUDGET PROPOSAL INCLUDES TAX INCREASE 

PARRISH CALLS LINK'S PROPOSAL INADEQUATE 

LINK SUBMITS AMBULANCE FEE ALTERNATIVES 

DOING TIME; OFFICIALS GO 'BEHIND BARS' TO RAISE MONEY FOR CANCER GROUP 



CHH 1 12/26/1989 A 3 P N 



S 2 4/13/1989 D 

H 2 4/25/1989 C 

H 2 6/11/1989 E 

S 2 6/12/1989 C 



3 P N B71 
1 N 
1 F W66 
1 P N B71 



S 2 5/22/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 1/16/1989 A 
H 2 2/20/1989 A 



H 2 2/02/1989 B 
H 2 4/28/1989 A 
S 2 6/12/1989 C 



H 2 5/21/1989 E 

S 2 7/07/1989 C 

H 2 2/14/1989 C 

H 2 9/14/1989 D 



4 E 
4 E 



5 P G 

11 P N 

3 N 



2 P U H49 
1 N 

1 N 

3 P N U55 



CHH 1 1/23/1989 A 1 P N R63 



S 2 4/01/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 4/04/1989 C 12 P N 



H 2 4/09/1989 D 2 U L40 
H 2 8/13/1989 D 2 U L40 
H 2 11/19/1989 D 2 U 



CHH 1 9/24/1989 

9/30/1989 

10/19/1989 

10/28/1989 

11/18/1989 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 11/24/1989 
CHH 1 11/29/198? 



3 N 
1 P N 
3 P N 



H 2 6/11/1989 D 3 R 



CHH 1 9/01/1989 A 1 N S17 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/03/1989 
1/10/1989 
2/13/1989 
3/13/1989 
4/10/1989 
4/13/1989 
5/30/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/15/1989 
8/24/1989 



N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
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N M20 
N M20 
N S17 
N M25 
N M20 
N H90 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



CHAMBER SEEKS SUPPORT FOR REST ROOMS 

STRAYHORN F-ROBLEMS A MISTAKE, PLANNING DEPARTMENT INDICATES 

PLANNING DEPARTMENT CONSIDERS CHANGES 

SCHOOLS' WATER aOU SOLUTION TO COST ESTIMATED $218,803 

LIPKIN, MACK DR. (DECEASED) 

UNC PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE DIES 

MACK LIPKIN, PIONEER IN MEDICINE, DIES AT 82 

DR. LIPKIN 'S 'PASSION FOR PEACEFUL WORLD' 

LIPSCOMB, ELIZABETH M. 

DURHAM WOMAN ACCEPTS AIRPLANE BANNER PROPOSAL 

LIPSCOMB, GEORGE 

LOWE'S GROVE HAS SEASON OF CHAMPS 

LIPSITZ, JONATHAN (SOCCER COACH) 

STRIKERS TEAM STRIKES UP SUCCESSFUL SOCCER SEASON 

LIPTON, MORRIS A. DR. (DECEASED) 

DR. MORRIS LIPTON, FOUNDER OF UNC'S BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES RESEARCH CENTER 
RESEARCH CENTER FOUNDER LIPTON DIES AT AGE 73 

LISTON, ELLEN 

COUNTY PROMOTES LISTON 

LITTLE, ANTHONY LAMONT (MURDER SUSPECT) 
MAN GIVEN 3-YEAR TERM IN MURDER CASE 

LITTLE, GRADY (BASEBALL) 

STRONG PITCHING STAFF SHOULD BOOST '89 BULLS 

BULLS ARE READY TO ROLL 

PLAY BALL! 

BULLS GIVE LITTLE 500TH CAREER WIN 

LOSS ANGERS LITTLE 

DAP PREPARES FOR CL ALL-STAR BASH 

SAME GAME, DIFFERENT TEAM FOR BULLS' LITTLE 

DIAMOND CHIPS 

BULLS' LITTLE GETS LEAGUE HONOR 

LITTLE TRIPLES; THREE BULLS ARE STARS 

BULLS READY FOR FINALE 

LEADING BY EXAMPLE, LITTLE GUIDED BULLS TO BIG CAROLINA LEAGUE SEASON 

LITTLE TO MANAGE BULLS AGAIN IN '90 

LITTLE GETS THIRD SEASON WITH BULLS 

LITTLE, JOAN 

N.J. OFFICERS ARREST JOAN LITTLE 
FORMER N.C. INMATE CHARGED IN N.J. 

LITTLE, JOHN WILLIAM (ARSON SUSPECT) 
ACCUSED LOOKOUT DENIES ARSON ROLE 
DURHAM JURY MAY GET ARSON CASE TODAY 

LITTLE, LARRY EUGENE (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH COKE POSSESSION 

LITTLE, LINDA W. DR. 

GOVERNOR NAMES LITTLE TO BOARD 

LITTLE, LOYD 

LOYD LITTLE'S THIRD BOOK A ROLLICKING, BOURBON-CURED YARN 

LITTLE, TIMOTHY (ACCESSORY TO MURDER CHARGES) 
3 YOUTHS INDICTED IN DEATH OF STUDENT 

LITTLE. TIMOTHY LAMONT (SHOOTING CHARGE) 

THREE SENTENCED IN SHOOTING ALTERCATION 
THREE DRAW SENTENCES FOR DOWNTOWN SHOOTINGS 



CHH 1 
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9/15/1989 

9/15/1989 

12/04/1989 



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N M20 
N M20 
N C62 



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CHH 1 4/06/1989 A 5 N 
CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 4 L 



H 2 1/04/1989 D 9 N 



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2 


5/23/1989 B 


6 P N A76 


s 


2 


1/03/1989 B 


5 N A76 


H 
CHI 


2 
H 1 


3/16/1989 C 
3/16/1989 A 


12 P U80 
5 



CHH 1 5/21/1989 A 11 N 



H 2 3/28/1989 C 1 N 



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4/02/1989 C 
4/05/1989 D 
4/07/1989 A 
4/29/1989 B 
5/17/1989 D 
7/17/1989 D 
7/18/1989 D 
8/19/1989 B 
8/29/1989 B 
8/29/1989 C 
9/02/1989 B 
9/03/1989 B 
11/22/1989 D 
11/23/1989 B 


1 P U P75 
1 P N P52 
1 P P S73 
4 P N 
1 P N P52 
7 P N P52 
3 P F C52 
1 P U P52 
1 P N 
3 P N 
1 P N P52 
1 P N M88 
1 P N P52 
1 P N M88 


H 

H 


2 
2 


2/26/1989 B 
2/27/1989 A 


1 P N 

7 N 


H 
S 


2 

2 


2/16/1989 C 
2/16/1989 C 


1 N S32 
1 N B53 


CHH 


1 


5/10/1989 A 


9 N 


CHH 


1 


8/10/1989 A 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/12/1989 B 


1 P U N36 


S 


2 


1/10/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 

S 


2 

2 


12/07/1989 B 
12/07/1989 C 


3 N S82 
1 N B53 



LITTLES, MARVIN JAVON (LARCENY CHARGES) 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



POLICE FIND BRACELET, HOLD DURHAM MAN 
ARREST IN JEWELRY THEFT 

LITTMAN, NEAL 

STALLED CENTER MAY OPEN THIS SUMMER 

MOOSE LODGE OFFER ENDS TOWN'S TEEN CENTER SEARCH 



CHINESE STUDENT SAYS 



LIU, JACK 

REFORM PUSH TO CONTINUE, 

LIUBAKKA, GARY 

CANDIDATE TRIES NEW TWIST 

LIVENGOOD, WILLIAM (ORANGE CO. SENIOR GAMES COMPETITOR) 
GOLDEN YEARS, GOLDEN GAMES 

LLEWELLYN, CHUCK „ 

COMPUTERIZED SIGN COMPANY POSSIBLY SIGN OF CHANGING TIMES 

LLEWELLYN, DEBORAH 

E.K. POWE PRINCIPAL A BRILLIANT EDUCATOR 

LLOYD, ALLEN 

•KEEPER OF THE CLOCK' WON'T RIDE HISTORIC FLOAT 
COATTAILS MAY BE LONG IN HILLSBOROUGH ELECTION 
LLOYD APPARENTLY SERVO ILLEGAL TERM IN EARLY '70'S 
CATES SAYS HE KNEW LLOYD WAS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR OFFICE 
HERALD PRINTS GOSSIP 
LLOYD NOT MENTIONED 

LLOYD, BEN (FORMER ORANGE COUNTY COMMISSIONER) 
SOME FARMERS WANT NO PART OF RURAL STUDY 
COMMISSIONERS DENY 'LAND GRAB' 
I AM NOT A COMMUNIST 
OWNER CALLS IT QUITS AT ONE OF COUNTY'S OLDEST DAIRY FARMS 

LLOYD, CHERYL 

FRESH BREAD! 

COUNTY EXTENSION SERVICE OFFERS SUPPORT TO NOONLITERS 

LLOYD, CHIP 

LLOYD FILLS SAFFELLE'S SHOES 
CHAPEL HILL 'FAMILY' HITS THE ROAD 

LLOYD, EVERETTE (CHAPEL HILL FIRE CHIEF) (RETIRED) 
VETERAN FIRE CHIEF TO RETIRE 

TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR FRI. DINNER HONORING CHIEF LLOYD 
LLOYD ENDS 30 YRS. OF FIREFIGHTING 
LLOYD MAY RUN FOR COUNCIL SEAT 

LLOYD, JOHNNY SHELTON (BWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO PEOPLE FACE CHARGES OF DWI 

LLOYD, KERMIT 

6,000 RISKING TAX FINE 

LLOYD, PHYLLIS 

TRAINING FOR WORK FORCE PROGRAM FOCUS 

LLOYD, STEVEN CODEE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/RALEIGH MAN FACES BWI CHARGE 

LOCKE, ROBERT J. DR. 

SCHOOL APPOINTS LOCKE 

STRANGERS IN A STRANGE LAND 

CENTER'S DIRECTOR URGES MORE STUDENT INTERACTION 

LOCKLEAR, R D 

LOCKLEAR QUITS HAYTI HOME CENTER JOB, TELLS COOPERATIVE TO ACCEPT. 
HAYTI STORE SEEKS FUNDS TO REOPEN 



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S 2 6/29/1989 C 
H 2 6/30/1989 C 



CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/27/1989 A 



CHH 1 5/30/1989 A 
S 2 10/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/30/1989 A 
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3 N 



3 P N R63 
3 P N W57 



1 N L90 
4 E 
3 P N L90 
1 N K65 



H 2 1/09/1989 A 4 L 



CHH 1 1/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/31/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 



S 2 8/18/1989 B 
H 2 9/05/1989 B 



S 2 8/30/1989 D 
H 2 11/09/1989 B 



CHH 1 10/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/28/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/31/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/31/1989 A 



CHH 1 8/19/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/18/1989 A 



CHH 1 7/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/30/1989 A 



3 N 

1 Q W57 
1 P N W57 
1 N W57 

4 L 
4 L 



1 P N M20 
1 P N M20 
4 L 
1 P N M20 



1 P P T37 
1 P N C60 



3 P N P52 
3 P N B40 



3 P N M70 
1 P N 
1 P N M70 
5 N M70 



3 N 
1 P N M20 
6 P N U80 



CHH 1 4/13/1989 A 2 N 



4/16/1989 A 
4/17/1989 A 



3 N 
3 P N 
3 N 



1 P N S69 
1 P N M06 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 - 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



OWNERS SEEK MONEY TO REOPEN STORE 

RESCUE OF EUTHANASIA? 

STATE SEIZES RECORDS OF HAYTI GROUP 

INTRODUCING OUR NEW COLUMNIST 

WE'RE BUSY FIXING STRONGEST LINKS 

RACIAL POLITICS: SOMETIMES IDEALS AND REALITY ARE DIFFERENT 

BASS AND CITY NEED MORE MISS JOS 

NELSON STRAWBRIDGE'S RESPONSES LACKED NOBILITY 

IS DURHAM ON HIGH-CALLING ROAD? 

TRY EXCELLENCE WITHOUT EXCUSE 

COURT'S RACE-t£UTRAL RULES COULD BOOST MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 

PAROLE DEMONSTRATES COMPASSION 

RACISM: A TALE OF TWO LEGACIES 

OVER THE LONG RUN, COMMUNITY WOULD BENEFIT FROM MERGING ITS SCHOOLS 

SERVING OTHERS IS THE KEY TO LIVING A SUCCESSFUL LIFE 

THIS LETTER CONTAINED NO BOMB, BUT IT EXF10DED WITH A BIGOT'S RAGE 

LOCKWOOD-ZOROWSKI, LOUISE 

PENNY SAVED COULD MEAN $390,000 CITY SHORTFALL 
SALES, GAS TAX SHIFTS THROW BUDGET BY $495,000 

LODGEK, SCOTT 

LODGEK, TROMBLY PROVE SCOUTS RIGHT AFTER DRAFT 

LOEH, BERN (PLAYWRIGHT) 

DUKE STUDENTS TO PERFORM BUTNER PATIENT'S PLAYS 

LOEUENTHAL, SONNA 

MANAGER SEARCH PLAN*ED/LOEWENTHAL TO FILL INTERIM 

LOFLIN, THOMAS F. Ill 

INFORMANTS; SOME ARE PROS, PERHAPS TO EASE PRESSURE ON SELVES 
DURHAM MURDER MAY BE RETRIED 

LOGNER, RALPH ANTHONY (MURDER CHARGES) 

APPEALS COURT RULING VALIDATES USE OF 'JAILHOUSE INFORMANTS' 

LOGO, RICKY 

RICKY LOGO: HIGH CHIEF OF WOLFPACK 







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H 2 12/01/1989 C 2 N R63 
S 2 12/01/1989 C 1 N C61 



H 2 9/03/1989 B 2 P N P75 
H 2 1/12/1989 B 2 N D80 
CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 1 N M70 



H 2 3/06/1989 A 1 N S82 
H 2 3/27/1989 A 1 P N S82 



H 2 7/20/1989 C 1 N S82 
H 2 9/21/1989 D 1 U M88 



LOLLAR, JONATHAN 

TEEN'S HOPE HELPS OTHERS; 



JONATHAN LOLLAR'S ATTITUDE WORKS LIKE MEDICINE H 



LOLLAR BRIGHTENS LIVES WITH MUSIC, LAUGHTER 

TEEN FACES SURGERY AFTER 19 YEARS WITH HUGE TUMOR 

TEEN 'CRITICAL' AFTER NINE HOURS IN SURGERY 

BRAIN-TUMOR PATIENT MIGHT NOT NEED FOLLOW-UP SURGERY 

LONG BRAIN SURGERY FAILS TO DULL TEEN'S QUICK WIT 

MISSISSIPPI TEEN'S CONDITION UPGRADED TO 'GOOD' 

TUMOR PATIENT HAS SETBACK 

LOLLAR CONDITION CRITICAL 

LOLLAR'S CONDITION STILL CRITICAL 

TUMOR PATIENT OUT OF INTENSIVE CARE 

RADIATION STARTS SOON FOR LOLLAR— RECOVERING FROM BRAIN SURGERY 

PNEUMONIA RETURNS LOLLAR TO INTENSIVE CARE 

JONATHAN MAY SEE CHRISTMAS AT HOME 

JONATHAN GOES HOME FOR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS 

LOMPERIS, TIMOTHY (DUKE PROF) 

DUKE PROFESSORS REALISTIC ON PANAMA PROSPECTS 

LONDON, EDITH 

'FLASHBACK: THE '60S'; UNC FESTIVAL LOOKS BACK 
SOMERHILL SHOWS NEU ABSTRACTS BY EDITH LONDON 

LONDON, FRANK 

NCCU TO SHOW WORK OF PITTSBORO ARTIST 

LONG, ALBERT 

PURPLE MARTINS DELIGHTFUL AND FASCINATING 



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3/04/1989 A 


1 P N C60 


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2 


3/07/1989 A 


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P N B53 


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5/19/1989 C 


1 P N C60 


H 


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5/20/1989 C 


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H 


2 


5/23/1989 C 


3 


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H 


2 


5/24/1989 C 


1 


N 


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5/25/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/27/1989 C 


1 


N C60 


H 


9 


5/28/1989 B 




N 


H 


2 


5/29/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/06/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


n 


6/23/1989 C 


3 


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H 


n 


8/17/1989 A 


10 


N C60 


H 


2 12/06/1989 C 


1 


P N C60 


H 


2 


12/23/1989 B 


1 


P N 


H 


2 


12/21/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


S 


1 


2/16/1989 D 


3 


P N 


H 


2 


5/21/1989 E 


9 P N U66 


H 


2 


10/01/1989 E 


9 


P N 


S 


2 


7/28/1989 B 


1 


P F S27 



LONG, ALICE (CHILD GUIDANCE CLINIC) 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



THERAPEUTIC PRESCHOOL PUTS YOUNGSTERS ON TARGET 

LONG, BARBARA (ORANGE COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER) 
STRAYS ABOUND AT ORANGE CO. ANIMAL SHELTER 

LONG, CLINTON BRYANT (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/HILLSBOROUGH MAN CHARGED UITH DWI 

LONG, FRED WILLIAM (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
JURY'S MINUTES UORTH YEARS IN DWI CASES 

LONG, GINGER 

SANS PEACOCK FEATHERS, RHINESTONES, ELTON JOHN STILL PROVES A SHOWMAN 

THE SAME, YET DIFFERENT 

MUSICIAN HELPS MARK ANNIVERSARY OF MELEE (CORRECTED) 

TOGETHER, THEY SHOULD SATISFY JUST ABOUT ANY MUSICAL TASTE 

A TASTE FOR SUCCESS/FETCHIN BONES 

'THE NUTCRACKER' 

AT THIS STAGE, HE'S ENJOYING EQUAL PARTS CAREER, FAMILY 

LONG, HUEY 

SECRECY AND POWER 

LONG, JAMES MICHAEL (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/STUDENT CHARGED WITH DWI 

LONG, KATHRYN 

PLAYMAKERS' PRODUCTION OF PINTER PLAY EXCITES DIRECTOR 
DIRECTOR KATHYRN LONG RE-CREATES PINTER ALONG HER LINES 

LONG, MARION 

COUPLE CANDIDATES FOR HEART PATIENT OF YEAR FOR THEIR REACTION,,. 

LONG, NITA 

COUPLE CANDIDATES FOR HEART PATIENT OF YEAR FOR THEIR REACTION... 

LONG, WARREN GEORGE JR. 

DURHAM RELEASE PLAN TEACHES LETTERS OF THE LAW 

LONGENECKER, JOHN B. DR. 

LONGENECKER NAMED TO NUTRITION POST 

LONGMIRE, JAMES (SINGER) 

RALEIGH SINGER IN WILLIAMS HOUSE CONCERT 

LONGO, NADINE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN FACES DWI CHARGE AFTER WRECK 

LONSWAY, GENE 

PROBLEM DOG, GOOD DOG; THIS CHAPEL HILL TRAINER MAKES HOUSE CALLS 
JO 'DEVIL DOG' HUFFMAN LEARNS THE OBEDIENCE ROPES 

LOONEY, JOHN DR. 

CHILD-ABUSE CONSULTANTS TO VISIT DURHAM AGENCIES 

LOPEZ, HERCILIA 

SOUTH AMERICAN DANCE CO. PERFORMS TONIGHT 
SOUTH AMERICANS HAVE STYLE 

LORD, PAT 

HERALD WRITERS RECEIVE AWARDS 

LORENZ, CAROL 

JOHNSON HINTS THAT LORENZ IS BOARD PICK 

LORENZO, FRANK (EASTERN AIRLINES) 

HI. I'M FRANK. FILE ME. (CARTOON) 

LORING, SASHA 

THE LOSS OF A SPOUSE CREATES UNCERTAINTY, MIX Of EMOTIONS 



N E 
P D 

S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



H 2 
CHH 1 



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



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



S 

E 

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11/07/1989 B 
5/14/1989 A 
3/21/1989 A 
2/10/1989 C 



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1 P N S27 
3 P N S17 
8 N 
14 N S82 



9/25/1989 A 
10/06/1989 D 
10/27/1989 D 
11/03/1989 D 
12/01/1989 D 
12/15/1989 D 
12/15/1989 D 



12/17/1989 A 
2/18/1989 A 



10/22/1989 E 
10/22/1989 A 



1/26/1989 C 
1/26/1989 C 
11/06/1989 A 
4/27/1989 A 
3/31/1989 D 
4/04/1989 A 



4/03/1989 A 
4/03/1989 A 



7 P R 
5 P N 
4 P F 

3 P F 

4 P B 

3 P F L45 

4 P B L45 



2 P N M70 
8 N 



11 P N W66 
3 P N H90 



1 P N C60 
1 P N C60 

1 N S82 
5 P N 

11 P N 

2 N 



3 P F H90 
3 P F H90 



S 2 4/21/1989 C 8 P N B53 



S 2 
S 2 



H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 



6/26/1989 C 
6/27/1989 B 



3/19/1989 B 
12/07/1989 A 

3/09/1989 A 
12/15/1989 A 



1 P N T77 
4 P R B71 



1 N 
1 N W57 
4 T T C50 
8 U 



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LOSS, CAROLYN 

UNC PROGRAM GIVES 'TGIF' NEU MEANING 

LOUGEE, GEORGE SR. 

GLEANINGS FROM A REPORTER'S OLD NOTEBOOK: A KITCHEN BATTLE 
COLUMNIST ADVISES! JUST PLACE HER ON PEDESTAL, DON'T ASK UHY 
SENIOR EXPO REACHES OUT TO RETIREES 

LOUGHRAN, TREY 

PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFULS PREPARE FOR RUN-OFF 

LOURDEAUX, LEE 

REVIEU CONTAINED ERRORS 

LOVE, CRAIG T, 

NCCU PROFESSOR MAY WORK FOR CITY TO REVIEW ORDINANCE 

LOVE, DONALD (DECEASED) 

DUKE MEDICAL SCHOOL GETS FUND FOR MINORITY STUDENTS 

LOVE, JASPER REV. (CENTENARIAN) 

DURHAM IS HOSPITABLE HOME TO LONG-UVED CITIZENS 

LOVELACE, EDNA 

HOW DURHAM FARED; THE JOY (AND HARDSHIPS) OF COOKING IN 1870 

LOVELL, KATE 

SIXTH-GRADE ART WINNER HELPS KICK OFF HOLIDAY CARD CAMPAIGN 

LOVETT, LYLE 

COUNTRY SINGER LYLE LOVETT — AGGIE WIT {, .45 DRAMA 
CHAPEL HILL SEES THE 'FAR SHE' OF COUNTRY MUSIC 
KOTTKE/LOVETT REMAINS ODD COMBINATION 
TOGETHER, THEY S HOULD SATISFY JUST ABOUT ANY MUSICAL TASTE 
RAITT'S OLDER, BETTER, LOVETT STILL QUIRKY 

LOVETT, WILLIE 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

CITY-COUNTY SCHOOLS MERGER URGED 

CITED BY COMMITTEE 

BLACK OPPONENTS: MERGER MAY MAKE MORE PROBLEMS 

MERGER GROUP STALLS; CHAIRMAN ASKS SOUL SEARCHING 

LOVETT: DUKE DISCRIMINATION STUDY PROPOSES 'POSITIVE STEPS' 

LOVETT PRAISES DUKE'S DISCRIMINATION STUDY 

LOWE, KAY (SINGER) 

MOONSHINE 'ELIXIR' SET FOR JUNE 

KAY LOUE HEADLINES ART AUCTION 

HIGH NOTE 

SATURDAY'S POPS CONCERT WILL FEATURE 2 SOLOISTS 

IN TUNE 

LOUE ROB (ACTOR) 

'iS THIS LION A LOUELY BEAST? FILM STAR BEING QUESTIONED ABOUT 'SLEAZY. 
THIS COUNSELOR NEEDS WATCHING 

LOWMAN, DEAN 

DEFENSE CARRIES SOUTH CAROLINA TO 12-0 SHRINE BOUL TRIUMPH 

LOWMAN, JOSEPH DR. (CHAFEL HILL) 

SIX RECEIVE UNC TEACHING AWARDS 

LOUMAN, RODNEY DR. 

DUKE PSYCHOLOGIST URGES CARE WITH FPE-JOB TESTING 

LOURY, JAMES BERNARD (DRUG CHARGES) 
TWO MEN ROB CABBIE 



CHH 1 10/06/1989 A 



H 2 2/05/1989 B 
H 2 3/19/1989 B 
S 2 4/11/1989 B 



CHH 1 2/24/1989 A 
H 2 6/30/1989 A 
S 2 6/01/1989 A 
S 2 12/20/1989 C 
S 2 4/19/1989 B 
H 2 3/01/1989 B 



5 U L57 
8 P U L57 
1 P F S27 



N C61 
N 
F S27 

P F W66 



H 2 11/02/1989 C 9 P N C60 



H 



2/26/1989 
CHH 1 2/26/198^ 
H 2 2/28/198^ 
11/03/1989 



2/09/1989 
3/02/1989 
3/06/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/27/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/15/1989 



S 2 3/02/1989 D 

H 2 3/29/1989 D 

S 2 7/27/1989 D 

H 2 7/28/1989 D 

S 2 7/31/1989 C 



H 2 5/27/1989 A 
H 2 8/11/1989 A 



H 2 12/10/1989 C 
CHH 1 5/02/1989 A 
S 2 1/14/1989 C 
H 2 7/20/1989 B 



11/10/1989 B 5 



P F H90 

F 
P R 
P F 
P R 



H90 
L45 



G 

N J40 
P C45 
N S92 
N S92 
N 
N 



4 P F B71 
10 P N 

3 P N 

4 P N 

1 P P C45 



1 N 

2 P N 
1 N 

8 N M51 



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ART FOR T>£ PUBLIC; CONFERENCE TO PROVIDE FORUM FOR DISCUSSING.,. MEDIUM H 2 6/08/1989 B 1 P F S56 

CHH 1 5/01/1989 A 3 N 



LOZEY, PAUL ANTHONY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO MEN CHARGED WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING 



LOZOFF, BO 

DURHAM MAN SPINS 'WHEEL' 
BRINGING INNER PEACE TO PRISON 

LUCAS, BLONDOLA 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

LUCAS, CAROLYN (POET) 

TAR HEEL WRITERS MAKING STRIDES IN LITERARY WORLD 

LUCAS, JOHN H. SR. DR. (EDUCATOR) 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

LUCAS WANTS REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE LOCAL SUPPLEMENTS 

LUCAS, JOHN JR. (BASKETBALL PLAYER) 

HILLSIDE'S WINNING TRADITION IN SPORTS STRETCHES BACK TO THE »20S 
LUCAS' STAR RISES, AGAIN 

LUCAS, KENNETH (STABBING VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/SHOOTING CASE SUSPECT HELD ON '84 CHARGE 

LUCAS, RICHARD HAYWOOD MILES (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 
DURHAM, RALEIGH MEN KILLED IN WRECK 

LUCAS, WILLIAM (CIVIL RIGHTS CHIEF NOMINEE) 

BUSH IS CAUSING THIS FIGHT; WILLIAM LUCAS POOR CHOICE FOR NATION'S... 
LUCAS' NOMINATION IGNORES ETHICS THEME 
BUSH NEEDS ANOTHER CIVIL RIGHTS NOMINEE 

LUCK, EDWARD C. 

UN ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT TO SPEAK AT UNC 
UNA OFFICIAL SAYS SECURITY HARD TO MEASURE 

LUDWIG, RUDY 

FIRE MARSHAL: PATIENT SET FIRE IN REST HOME 

LENOIR-RHYNE COLLEGE HONORS RETIRED DURHAM LUTHERAN MINISTER 

UNc'dOCTOR: HEALTH CARE FOR ELDERLY IN POOR HEALTH 

JOHNSON 4 JOHNSON CEO TALKS ETHICS TO STUDENTS 

LEFT-WING JOURNALIST BLASTS BUSH POLICIES 

SOVIET EXCHANGE GROUP TO ARRIVE SUNDAY 

CRYING OUT FOR SECURITY; DUKE RAPES, UNC 'FLASHING' INCIDENTS... 

SOVIET TAR HEELS; A STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM BRINGS A SLICE OF RUSSIA... 

SOVIETS OFFER DIFFERENT INTERPRETATION OF PERESTROIKA 

PUTTING WOMEN IN THEIR PLACE 

IN CELEBRATION OF WOMEN; DAY'S EVENTS IN HONOR OF WOMEN,, , 

CHAPEL HILL ROTARY CHAPTERS WELCOME WOMEN INTON FOLD 

PRESS NEGLECTS WATCHDOG ROLE - LEWIS 

NEW DIRECTOR OF COUNTY WOMEN'S CENTER HOPES TO REACH OUT TO MORE PEOPLE 

FUTURIST WARNS OF CARELESS CONSUMPTION 

IF ONE ID WON'T WORK, ANOTHER ONE WILL/SUNDAY FOCUS! UNBERAGED DRINKING 

SEWER SYSTEM SNAGS PLANS FOR NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

SECLUSION OF SITE CONCERNS PARENTS 

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE/ALLURE OF EUROPE CALLS TO THIS UNC GRADUATE 

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE/MOREHEAD SCHOLAR OPTS FOR TIME IN PEACE CORPS 

LOCAL OFFICIALS HONOR PROGRAM FOR ARE TEEN-AGE PARENTS 

PERSONNEL SPECIALIST TALKS MERGER, MORALE AT SEMINAR 

HIGH-FUNCTIONING AUTISTICS SAID HARD TO DIAGNOSE 

MINISTER! IFC NEEDS EVEN MORE SUPPORT 

•THIS PLACE HAS A LOT OF HISTORY'; CHILD CARE PROGRAM FACING HEADLINE 

PREP COURSE FOUNDER CLAIMS GENDER BIAS EVIDENT IN SAT EXAM 

SUPPLY AND DEMAND... UNEQUAL IN TERMS OF DAY CARE 

SEA TALE; LOCAL STORYTELLER READY TO SET SAIL ON U.S. -SOVIET ADVENTURE 

FAMILY WAITS FOR WORD FROM BEIJING 



S 2 2/16/1989 D 8 N 
H 2 9/17/1989 E 1 P F Zll 



H 2 


2/02/1989 B 


SPG 


H 2 


6/04/1989 D 


3 U H45 


H 2 


2/02/1989 B 


SPG 


H 2 


8/31/1989 C 


1 P N C47 


S 2 


4/19/1989 H 


4 P F A76 


H 2 12/09/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 2 12/19/1989 C 


1 N M51 


S 2 


1/26/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 2 


5/01/1989 A 


4 E 


S 2 


7/20/1989 A 


4 E 


S 2 


8/04/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


10/25/1989 A 


9 P N 


CHH 1 


10/28/1989 A 


3 N H90 


S 2 


4/11/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 2 


5/20/1989 A 


77 N 


CHH 1 


1/27/1989 A 


5 N 


CHH 1 


2/04/1989 A 


8 N 


CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


7 N 


CHH 1 


2/23/1989 A 


5 N 


CHH 1 


2/27/1989 A 


5 P F 


CHH 1 


2/28/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/03/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


3/19/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


4/01/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


4/17/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/19/1989 A 


7 N 


CHH 1 


4/26/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/30/1989 A 


10 N 


CHH 1 


5/07/1989 A 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


5/08/1989 A 


1 N 


CHH 1 


5/08/1989 A 


1 N 


CHH 1 


5/13/1989 A 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


5/13/1989 A 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


5/13/1989 A 


5 N 


CHH 1 


5/18/1989 A 


5 N 


CHH 1 


5/22/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


5/28/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


5/30/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


6/03/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/03/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/05/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


1 N 



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DAILY TAR HEEL STICKS TO ITS GUNS 

MAVRETICt LEAN TIME AHEAD FOR EDUCATION 

EDC ENDORSES FUNDS FOR CENTER 

SCHOOL BOARD PLANS MORNING GRADUATION 

SCHOOL BOARD FONDERS SEATBELTS 

TEACHERS NOT JUMPING ON CAREER LADDER BANDWAGON 

LUEBKE, PAUL 

PLANS APPROVED FOR U.S. AIR TO EXPAND TERMINAL... (CORRECTED 4-6-89) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
IT'S SPELLED LUEBKE 

LUJAN, MANUEL (SECRETARY OF INTERIOR) 
LUJAN HONEST TO A FAULT 
BUSH ADMINISTRATION GAGS EXXON CRITICISM 

LUMB, GEORGE D. DR. 

DR. LUMB GETS HONOR 

LUMB, RICHARD (MORGANTON PUBLIC SAFETY DIRECTOR) 
SF'RING DATE PROBABLE FOR PUBLIC SAFETY HIRING 

LUMUMBA, TAUANDA (DURHAM COMMUNITY SHELTER) 

FLURRY OF FILINGS LEAVES ONLY WILSON UNOPPOSED 

RILEY, LUMUMBA ENTER CITY COUNCIL RACE; TOTAL STANDS AT 11 

22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 

CITY ELECTION LINEUP; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 

NAME CHANGE MAY COST LUMUMBA HIS CANDIDACY 

LUMUMBA TO FIGHT FOR HIS CANDIDACY 

LUMUMBA RIPS NEWSPAPER, 'WHITE MAN'S COURT' 

CANDIDATE SAYS HIS NEW NAME A LESSER ISSUE 

MR. LUMUMBA'S MISSION 

NAMES GIVEN TO AFRICANS BY SLAVEHOLDERS WERE ILLEGAL 

CANDIDATE MUST SHOOT STRAIGHT WITH VOTERS 

HUMAN NEEDS GREATEST CONCERN IN CITY ELECTION 

NAME INCONSEQUENTIAL ISSUE 

GET STORIES STRAIGHT 

SURVEY: ONLY ONE CANDIDATE FOR PUBLIC-FINANCED STADIUM 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

VOTE/' 89; VOTING PRECINCT TALLY 

LUNSFORD, BETTY JEAN (DRUG CHARGES) 
16 CHARGED IN DRUG RAID 
SIXTEEN ARRESTED IN DRUG RAIDS 

LUNSFORD, DAN DR. 

LUNSFORD EXPLAINS GRADE DECISION 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS, PUBLIC TO DISCUSS ELEMENTARY GRADE RECOMMENDATION 

LUNSFORD'S SCHOOL BUDGET BLUEPRINT REQUESTS MORE LOCAL FUNDS 

SCHOOL BUDGET MAY SEE CHANGES 

LUNSFORD FIELDS BUDGET QUESTIONS 

EDUCATION BUDGET PLAN TO GO TO VOTE 

1990 OPENING OF NEW SCHOOL FACES DELAY 

ORANGE COUNTY TEACHERS SPLIT ON LADDER PROGRAM 

BOARD TO CONSIDER MODEL SCHOOL AGREEMENT 

SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES MODEL SCHOOL AGREEMENT 

LUNSFORD SET TO REPORT ON NEW SCHOOL'S WATER' 

LUNSFORD HOPEFUL NEW HOPE SCHOOL WILL GET COUNTY WATER, SEWER SERVICE 

SCHOOL BOARD PONDERS SEATBELTS 

BOARD LOOKS TO FUTURE OF SCHOOLS IN ORANGE CO. 

HILLSBOROUGH TO CONSIDER WATER SERVICE REQUEST FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

LUFTON, JEWEL HOWARD (DECEASED) 

EX-NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER, JEWEL LUPTON 

LUSTER, HUBERT (ROBBERY/BEATING VICTIM) 
ROBBERS BEAT MAN, TAKE CAR, WALLET 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



9/14/1989 
9/14/1989 
9/15/1989 
9/15/1989 
9/17/1989 
9/24/1989 



H 2 4/05/1989 C 1 P N P41 
H 2 4/06/1989 A 2 N 
H 2 4/18/1989 A 4 L 



S 2 3/24/1989 A 4 
S 2 8/14/1989 A 4 



S 2 8/11/1989 B 4 N 



CHH 1 


1/02/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


H 2 


8/02/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


S 2 


8/02/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


S 2 


8/05/1989 C 


1 N C61 


H 2 


8/08/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 2 


8/09/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


S 2 


8/09/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


H 2 


8/10/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


S 2 


8/10/1989 C 


1 P N M06 


H 2 


8/14/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


8/15/1989 A 


4 L 


S 2 


8/15/1989 A 


3 E 


H 2 


8/18/1989 A 


4 L 


H 2 


8/21/1989 A 


4 L 


H 2 


8/21/1989 A 


4 L 


H 2 


10/07/1989 C 


1 N R63 


H 2 


10/11/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 2 


10/11/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 2 


10/11/1989 A 


6 N 


S 2 


8/19/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 2 


8/20/1989 C 


1 N 161 


CHH 1 


3/07/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


3/13/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


4/18/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


4/22/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


4/26/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


5/08/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


5/14/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


5/16/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


6/19/1989 A 


2 P N L90 


CHH 1 


6/21/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


6/26/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


9/16/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


9/17/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


10/23/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


12/13/1989 A 


3 P N W57 


H 2 


2/19/1989 B 


2 


H 2 


7/17/1989 A 


9 N 



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LUTZ, ALAN (NORTHERN TELECOM) 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER BOARD MEMBER NAMED 

LUTZ, JOHN 

DUKE STUDENTS PLAN CONSERVATIVE PERIODICAL 
A 'REVIEW FOR LIVELY DEBATE 

LUTZ, WORTH 

FROM THE HEART! NINE ARE HONORED AS VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR 

LUXON, NORVAL NEIL (DECEASED) 

FORMER UNC JOURNALISM DEAN IS DEAD AT 90 

FORMER JOURNALISM DEAN DEAD AT 90 

LUXON, FORMER DEAN OF UNC JOURNALISM SCHOOL, DIES AT 90 

LYGHT, TODD ROOSEVELT (RECEIVED STOLEN PROPERTY) 
CAMERA RECORDED THEFT ACT AT UNC 
TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

LYKINS, MARK REV. 

MINISTER'S TASK: CLOSING ONE CHURCH, OPENING ANOTHER 

LYLE, BOB _ 

AUSTERITY, NOT LIBERTY, IS ON POLES' MINDS 

LYNCH, GEORGE (BASKETBALL) 

LYNCH TO SIGN WITH TAR HEELS 

LYNCH'S DECISION COULD BE ONE WEEK AWAY 

LYNCH EXPECTED TO CHOOSE TAR HEELS TODAY 

LYNCH PICKS TAR HEELS OVER CAVS 

RODL, LYNCH, HARRIS HEAD UNC'S 'MYSTERIOUS SIX* 

LYNCH, JAMES ANTHONY (ROBBERY CHARGES) 
WOMAN ROBBED; MAN ARRESTED 

LYNCH, JOHN SIDNEY (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/P.D. QUIX STORE HELD UP BY 2 MEN 

LYNCH, SUSIE NEWSOM (DECEASED) 

COURT UPHOLDS POLICE ACTION IN CHASE, DEATHS 

LYON, CHARLES ELLIOTT 

CREEDMOOR MEN ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

LYON, FRANCES 

BRING BACK CARTOONIST 

LYON, MACK PENDER (DWI) 

MAN FACES 7 CHARGES AFTER CHASE 

LYON, MARTY "BIG TIME" (FOOTBALL) 

SUCCESS OF EX-BULLDOG LYON DRAWS DURHAM PLAYERS TO CALIFORNIA X 

LYON, OTIS REGINALD (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DECOMPOSED BODY IDENTIFIED AS MISSING 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL 

LYON, ROBERT EDWARD (CHILD ABUSE CHARGES) 
PUBLIC HOUSING DRUG RAID STAGED 

LYON, ROBERT L. (DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE) 
50-YEAR VETS 

LYON, SHERRLINE MITCHELL (DRUG CHARGES) 
PUBLIC HOUSING DRUG RAID STAGED 

LYONS, ALPHONZA (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE! MAN HID COKE IN MOUTH 



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S 2 



S 

E 

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11/07/1989 D 



H 2 6/15/1989 B 



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2 P U P52 
10 P N 



H 2 
H 2 



9/21/1989 C 
9/26/1989 A 



1 P N N36 
4 E 



H 2 4/17/1989 B 1 P N S56 



S 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



9/04/1989 C 
9/05/1989 A 
9/06/1989 C 



11/09/1989 A 
12/14/1989 A 



H 2 
H 2 



1/28/1989 A 
6/06/1989 A 



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 
CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 



4/14/1989 B 
4/15/1989 D 
4/25/1989 B 
4/26/1989 D 
10/18/1989 D 



3/25/1989 C 

12/17/1989 B 

2/22/1989 C 

11/13/1989 B 

2/03/1989 A 

12/26/1989 B 

10/22/1989 C 

9/06/1989 C 

9/30/1989 A 

5/04/1989 B 

9/30/1989 A 

6/08/1989 C 



3 P 
3 U80 
2 



1 N M70 
3 N H90 



7 N 
1 P N 



1 N M14 
1 N C52 
1 N 
1 N 
1 P N L22 



1 N 
1 N M51 

3 N 
6 N 

4 L 

1 N 

2 P U C49 

3 P N M51 

1 N M70 

2 P P K30 
1 N M70 

4 N 



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H 2 

CHH 1 



S 2 
H 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 1 

S 2 
S 
H 



LYONS, DAVID 

PRINCIPALS APPOINTED TO ESTES, CULBRETH 

LYONS, DAVID MARTEZ "TOBY" (MURDER SUSPECT) 
3 YOUTHS INDICTED IN DEATH OF STUDENT 
MAN GIVEN 3-YEAR TERM IN HURDER CASE 

LYONS, JOHN DENNIS (DRUG CONVICTION) 

GRANDSON SKIPS TOW, GRANDMOTHER HAS TO FORFEIT HOUSE 

LYONS, KENNETH LEE (ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

POLICE SAY ARRESTS OF SIX SOLVE 17 ARMED ROBBERIES 

POLICE SAY ARRESTS TO SOLVE 17 HEISTS 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH OXFORD ROBBERIES 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 5 

MAN DRAWS 20 YEARS FOR ARMED ROBBERIES 

ROBBER RECEIVES 20-YEAR-TERM IN PLEA BARGAIN H 2 

LYONS, MACK PENDER (DUI) 

MAN IS CHARGED AFTER CAR CHASE S 2 

LYONS, MINNIE 

DURHAM IS HOSPITABLE HOME TO LONG-LIVED CITIZENS S 2 

LYONS, OTIS REGINALD (SHOOTING SUSPECT/DRUG CHARGES) 

TWO MEN SHOT AFTER FIGHT IN CLUB H 2 

COCAINE CHARGE FOLLOWS SHOOTING ARREST H 2 

BOND CUT FROM $100,000 TO $5,000 IN SHOOTING CASE H 2 

LYONS' LOWERED BOND RAISED AGAIN H 2 

NON-FATAL SHOOTING CHARGES DISMISSED— NO SPEEDY TRAIL H 2 

CHARGES RENEWED IN CASE TOSSED OUT EARLIER 1 FOR TARDINESS OF TRIAL H 2 

JUICE SAYS MAN CAN BE RETRIED FOR ASSAULT S 2 

THREE SENTENCED IN SHOOTING ALTERCATION H 2 

THREE DRAW SENTENCES FOR DOWNTOWN SHOOTINGS S 2 

LYONS, PATRICIA FLOWERS (MURDER SUSPECT) 

WOMAN INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGE S 2 

MA, YO-YO (CELLIST) 

CELLIST YO-YO MAI LOOKING FOR THE HUSH H 2 

HAAS, RICHARD 

ONE IN THREE HOUSES MAY HAVE DANGEROUS LEAD LEVELS IN WATER H 2 

riACCCRMAC, EARL DR. 

COLLIDER BID COST STATE $1.5 MILLION H 2 

MACDONALD, JEFFREY R. DR. 

INSIGHT/MURDER: THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ILLUSION, REALITY H 2 

MACDONALD, JOHN JANUS (INJURED IN AUTO ACCIDENT) 

TWO INJURED ON INTERSTATE S 2 

TWO INJURED IN GRANVILLE 1-85 ACCIDENT H 2 

MACK, DEANDREA 

LAST-SECOND DEFENSE SAVES FALCON VICTORY S 2 

MACK, GERALD (FOOTBALL) 

DIFFERENT BATTLES FACE FORMER EAGLES H 2 

MACK, GWENDOLYN 

5 WOMEN, MAN ARRESTED IN PROSTITUTION ROUNDUP H 2 

MACK, LONNIE (GUITARIST) 

RELUCTANT LEGEND PLAYS TONIGHT AT UNDER THE STREET H 2 

f-ACK, MELVIN 

POLICE LOG/GRINDERSWITCH BREAK-IN TRY CHARGES LODGED H 2 



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1/08/1989 C 
6/07/1989 A 



1/10/1989 C 
3/28/1989 C 



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7 N 
3 N 



1 N B53 

1 N 



H 2 12/07/1989 B 1 N S82 



3/21/1989 C 
3/21/1989 C 
3/24/1989 C 
4/04/1989 A 
9/14/1989 C 
9/15/1989 A 



12/26/1989 A 
4/19/1989 B 



3/20/1989 B 

3/21/1989 C 

7/20/1989 C 

9/07/1989 C 

10/04/1989 C 

10/18/1989 C 

11/07/1939 C 

12/07/1989 B 

12/07/1989 C 



2/07/1989 C 
1/24/1989 A 
7/05/1989 C 
1/01/198" C 
2/19/1989 D 



12/22/1989 C 
12/23/1989 B 



10/14/1989 C 
7/16/1989 C 

11/23/198" C 
3/07/1989 A 

11/08/1989 C 



1 N M51 

1 N B53 

5 N 

1 N B53 

1 N B53 

13 N S82 



3 N 
1 F S27 



1 N M51 

3 N 

2 N 

4 N S82 
1 N S82 

3 N S82 
1 N B53 
3 N 582 
1 N B53 



1 N 
9 P F 
1 N R63 
15 N 
1 P F 



1 P P S76 
1 P N 



1 P N A76 
1 P N P75 
1 N M51 
6 P F F55 
1 N M51 



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MACK, ROBERT BERNARD (DM CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN FACES CHRAGE OF DWI 

MACKEY, ALAN J, 

FLYING J PLAZA OFF TO FLYING START 

MACKIE, ANNE 

GROUP EDUCATES LEGISLATURE ABOUT WOMEN'S ISSUES 

MACKORELL, JIM 

HARDLY A CAMPING TRIP, 'BUT IT PAYS OFF' 

THEY HAVEN'T EARNED BADGES, BUT SCOUTS' PROJECT HAS MERIT 

MACKOUIAK, JOHN I. DR. 

PROF! SHIFTING DRUGS TO OVER-THE-COUNTER SAVES MONEY 

MACMANNON, GRACE 
BIRTHDAY GIRL 

MACNELLY, JEFF (CARTOONIST) 
CARTOONIST TO TALK AT UNC 
CREATOR OF 'SHOE' TO GIVE ADDRESS 

MACNELLY'S ONLY 'REGRET'; HIS CARTOONS HAVEN'T BROUGHT A LAWSUIT 
SHUMAKER HAS HIS MOMENT ON STAGE/PEOPLE ON THE GO 
ACCORDING TO THE BOOK OF 'SHU'/NEW BOOK COMPILES COLUMNS... 

MACRAE, DUNCAN JR. DR. 

MACRAE GIFT UILL FUND NEW PUBLIC POLICY CHAIR 
PROFESSORSHIP FUND CREATED BY TWO TEACHERS AT UNC 

MACVICAR, MARGARET DR. 

PHYSICIST TO SPEAK ON SCIENCE EDUCATION 

MADDOX, GEORGE DR. 

PARTY HONORS ARTIST MAUD GATEWOOD 

DUKE EXPERT BACKS UNIVERSAL HEALTH INSURANCE 

CHANGING THE WAY OF AGING 

WHO ARE THE ELDERLY? 

MADDRY, THOMAS E. 

BUSINESSMAN IS CONVICTED OF ASSAULTING FIRE INSPECTOR 

MADEY, JOHN M. J. DR. (PHYSICIST) 
MADEY GETS BALLANTINE MEDAL 
LASER PIONEER TOUTS TRIANGLE 
DUKE PROF WINNER OF SCIENTIFIC AWARD 

MADONNA (SINGER) „ „ 

AVOIDING THE OFFENSIVE; MADONNA COMMERCIAL LACKING IN SENSITIVITY 

MAGGIOLO, ROBERT 

KIDNAPPING, RELATED CHARGES AGAINTS LAWYER DISMISSED 

MAGLIOZZI, RAY 

•CAR TALK'/RADIO COMEDY AND THE ART OF AUTO REPAIR 

MAGLIOZZI, TOM 

'CAR TALK'/RADIO COMEDY AND THE ART OF AUTO REPAIR 

MAGNUM T.A. (WRESTLER) 

EX-WRESTLER HAS MESSAGE OF OPTIMISM 

MAGONGO, BONGANI SAMUEL (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE L0G/W0MAN.22, CHARGED WITH APARTMENT BREAK-IN 

MAHMOUD, LORI DELIHAH (DRUG CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/POLICE ARREST STUDENT 



CHH 1 8/21/1989 A 
H 2 4/23/1989 D 
S 2 7/21/1989 B 



CHH 1 1/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/15/1989 A 



S 2 3/09/1989 C 
H 2 3/26/1989 E 



S 2 3/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/12/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 
H 2 1/11/1989 B 



2 N 
6 P N H60 
1 P F G59 



3 P N L90 
3 P N L90 



1 N 
8 P P S73 



12 N 
7 P N 
3 P N M70 

6 U 

7 P N 



5 N 
10 N 



H 2 2/08/1989 D 9 N 



H 2 4/25/1989 A 

S 2 10/27/1989 C 

H 2 11/26/1989 E 

H 2 11/26/1989 E 



6 P U W15 
1 N 
1 F S56 
1 P G S56 



S 2 3/29/1989 C 1 N B53 



S 2 1/23/1989 A 
H 2 4/03/1989 A 
S 2 4/13/1989 A 



H 2 4/09/1989 D 

H 2 5/21/1989 B 

H 2 10/27/1989 D 

H 2 10/27/1989 D 

H 2 11/30/1989 C 

H 2 7/30/1989 C 

CHH 1 4/09/1989 A 



3 N 
1 P N N36 
8 N 



4 E 
8 N S82 
3 P F B71 
3 P F B71 
1 P N 
11 N M51 
8 N 



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SOUNDS OF THE SOUTH OLD 4 NEW 

MAIMER WADE 

SOUNDS OF THE SOUTH OLD 4 NEW 

MAINES, HERBERT SHEDEE 

ARREST MADE IN JUNE 13 BANK ROBBERY/POLICE LOG 

MAINOUS, BILL 

STUDY TO PRESERVE PARTS OF RURAL ORANGE 

RURAL COMMITTEE HEAD PONDERS RESIGNING CHAIRMAN'S POSITION 

MAJORS, JOHN (FOOTBALL COACH) 

MAJORS RECALLS HIGHLIGHTS OF LONG CAREER 

MALCOLM X 

ETHNIC PRIDE GROWS IN BLACK COMMUNITY 

MALHONADO, PHIL 

DURHAM BULLS, 1989 

MALLORY, ROBBIE C. (POLICE OFFICER) 

CHAPEL HILL ADDS TEDDY BEAR PATROL 

MALLOY, JAMES H. (CONSPIRACY CHARGE) 
TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

MALLOY, JOCELYN 

FIRED EMPLOYEE OF CITY CHARGES DISCRIMINATION 

EX-WORKER SAYS CITY DODGED CONTRACTS LAW (CORRECTED 5-4-89) 

MALLOY, MATTIE (CENTENARIAN) 

DURHAM IS HOSPITABLE HOME TO LQNG-UVEB CITIZENS 

MALLOY, MEG (DIETICIAN) 

MUFFIN CONTEST PROVES HEALTHY CAN BE TASTY 

MALLOY, WILLIAM M. DR. 

CITY SCHOOLS TO HIRE SUPERINTENDENT AIDE 

CITY SCHOOLS OFFER 480,000 TO DEPUTY CANDIDATE MALLOY 

DR. FAISON'S TOUGH JOB 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

MALLOY HOPEFUL FOR CITY SCHOOLS 

MALONE, BEVERLY DR. 

NURSING DEAN ADVOCATES SPECIALIZATION 

MALONE, JOHN PENDLETON (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH DWI 

MALONE, TED (POET) 

N.C. WRITERS CONFERENCE CELEBRATES ITS 40TH YEAR 

MALONEY, RICH 

MALONEY'S 4 HITS KEY BULLS' OFFENSIVE SHOW 
DURHAM SHORTSTOP RICH MALONEY STRETCHES FOR THROW... 
DURHAM BULLS, 1989 
MILLS BAFFLES BULLS 

MALOY, GEORGE WASHINGTON III (SHOOTING VICTIM) 
MAN WOUNDED OUTSIDE HIS APARTMENT 

MANATT, DANIEL 

GLOSSY MAGAZINE PRODUCED BY STUDENTS TO DEBUT AT DUKE 

KANCUSO, PEGGY 

HATS ON FOR THE BAND 

MANUEL, STANLEY R. DR. 

HANSEL CHOSEN TO HEAD PATIENT CARE PROGRAM 



-DATE — C 
S 2 4/06/1989 D 

S 2 4/06/1989 D 

H 2 10/05/1989 C 



CHH 1 1/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 



S 2 9/15/1989 D 
S 2 6/02/1989 B 
H 2 4/22/1989 D 
CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 



H 2 5/02/1989 C 
S 2 5/02/1989 C 



S 2 4/19/1989 B 
S 2 11/01/1989 C 



S 2 5/30/1939 A 

H 2 5/31/1989 C 

H 2 6/05/1989 A 

H 2 7/26/1989 A 

S 2 7/31/1989 A 



S 2 5/27/1989 C 
CHH 1 4/22/1989 A 
H 2 8/06/1989 D 



H 2 4/22/1989 D 

S 2 4/24/1989 D 

H 2 4/27/1989 D 

S 2 9/04/1989 D 



S 2 2/23/1989 A 

H 2 3/21/1989 C 

H 2 1/05/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 



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1 P F B71 

1 P F B71 

2 N M51 



4 L 
1 P N M20 



1 P U D18 

1 P F G59 

2 P F 

3 P N M70 

3 N H90 



1 N R63 
1 P N C61 



1 F S27 
1 P F S27 



1 N S92 

1 P N J40 
4 E 

2 N 

1 P N S92 



1 N T77 
5 N 
3 P U H45 



1 P N C52 

1 P P K30 

2 P F 

7 P U P52 



13 N 
1 P N N36 

4 L 

5 P N 



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MANBL, PAUL BYRON (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/3 FACE DUI CHARGES IN SEPARATE INCIDENTS 

MANGELSDORF, PAUL CHRISTOPH (DECEASED) 

PAUL MANGELSDORF, BOTANIST WHO DEVELOPED HYBRID CORN 

MANGUM, ERNEST (DURHAM HOUSING AUTHORITY) 
EMPLOYEE AWARDS 

M & biC\ \ft MAA'^MAl I 

FOR MARSHALL MANGUM, PAINTING THE YARD'S A SPRING RITUAL 
ERSATZ ELVIS DRAUS LAUGHS AND SOMETIMES TEARS FROM FANS 

MANGUM, VICTOR COLEMAN (CREDIT CARD THEFT) 
POLICE LOG/5 SUSPECTS FACE DRUG CHARGES 

MANGUM, WILLIAM GERALD (DRUG CHARGES) _ ^ iTT _ T „..„«, 

POLICE LOG/MOTEL AND RESTAURANT ROBBED; THIRD HOLDUP ATTEMPT THWARTED 

MANKER, BOB _ 

DURHAM'S MANKER BOWLS TO WIN IN NABI TOURNAMENT 

MANLEY, ROGER (PHOTOGRAPHER) 

TRUCK-DRIVING ANGEL INSPIRES ONE VISIONARY ARTIST 

VIEW OF VISIONS; PHOTOGRAPHER IS DRAWN TO THE 'OUTSIDER ARTISTS' 

HOLD THAT TIGER 

'GENERATIONS LEARN SPORTSMANSHIP FROM AL MANN/THE SUN 100 YEARS 

MANN, ESTHER (BISHOP) 

SEVEN LOSE BELONGINGS IN HOUSE/MINISTRY BLAZE 

MANN, KENT 

WHEN WARM WEATHER STINKS; A WINTER HEAT WAVE BRINGS A SMELLY PROBLEM... 

MANN, MARIE 

A FIRST/FIRST BAPTIST TO ORDAIN WOMAN PASTOR 

MANN, PHIL (HEART-LUNG TRANSPLANT CANDIDATE) 
BENEFIT AUCTION SET FOR TRANSPLANT PATIENT 

MANN, STEVE 

WOMAN OWED AN APOLOGY 

MANNING, HOWARD E. (JUDGE) 

JUDGE ORDERS GIRL TO HELP ANIMALS 

MANSON, WILLIAM Y. 

DURHAM COUNTY BAR TO NARROW LIST OF JUDGESHIP CANDIDATES 

LAWYER HARRIET HOPKINS LEADS VOTING FOR VACANT JUDGESHIP 

GOVERNOR NAMES WILLIAM MANSON TO JUDGE'S SEAT 

NEW DISTRICT COURT JUDGE TO BE SWORN IN 

JUDGE MANSON SWORN IN 

NEW JUDGE 

THE SHERIFF MEETS THE JUDGE 

JUDGE GETS TOUGH WITH PEOPLE WHO LAG ON PAYING OFF FINES 

NEW JUDGE'S PLAN CORRECTS OLD PROBLEM 

FINES SHOULD BE PAID QUICKLY 

DURHAM RELEASE PLAN TEACHES LETTERS OF THE LAW 

'EDUCATION RELEASE' IMAGINATIVE APPROACH 

DEFENDANT SENTENCED TO LITERACY 

OFF BENCH, HIS HONOR BECOMES JUST PLAIN BILL 

MANTON, RICHARD AVERY (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO MEN CHARGED WITH DWI 

MANTZ, STEVE (ORANGE COUNTY RAPE CRISIS CENTER) 
CENTER REACHING OUT TO MALE RAPE VICTIMS 



CHH 1 2/24/1989 A 
H 2 7/29/1989 C 
S 2 1/14/1989 A 



H 2 7/09/1989 B 
H 2 7/16/1989 B 



H 2 8/13/1989 B 
H 2 9/11/1989 B 
S 2 3/28/1989 D 



S 2 4/13/1989 D 
H 2 4/16/1989 E 
S 2 8/03/1989 D 



S 2 3/21/1989 B 
H 2 11/20/1989 B 
CHH 1 2/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/27/1989 A 
H 2 6/20/1989 B 
H 2 3/28/1989 A 
H 2 7/20/1989 C 



S 2 1/07/1989 A 

H 2 1/21/1989 B 

H 2 3/01/1989 C 

H 2 3/15/1989 C 

H 2 3/16/1989 C 

S 2 3/16/1989 C 

H 2 4/08/1989 C 

H 2 7/12/1989 C 

S 2 7/15/1989 A 

H 2 7/16/1989 D 

H 2 11/06/1989 A 

S 2 11/07/1989 A 

H 2 11/09/1989 A 

H 2 11/26/1989 B 



CHH 1 7/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/06/1989 A 



8 N 
2 
2 P P K30 



1 U N36 
1 U N36 



8 N 
6 N M51 
4 P N A76 



2 P F B71 
1 P F Zll 
6 P P 



1 P F G59 

1 N M51 
3 P N M25 

3 N W57 
8 N 

4 L 

2 N 



1 N B53 
1 P N S82 
1 P N S82 

3 N 

1 P P T37 

1 P P T37 

2 P P 

1 P N S82 

4 E 
4 E 

1 N S82 
4 E 
4 E 
1 P N S82 



3 N 
1 N M25 



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MAPFUMO, THOMAS (MUSICIAN) 

MUSIC OF FREEDOM/ZIMBABWE BAND PLAYS 

MAPPLETHORPE, ROBERT 

WHAT IS ARTISTICALLY ENDURING? 

PUBLIC'S ATTITUDES, TASTE IGNORED 

CONGRESS SHOULDN'T BE ART CRITIC FOR NATION 

HELMS LOADS UP FOR ELECTION 

NO EFFORT ORGANIZED YET TO OPPOSE HELMS' ART BILL 

HELMS DEFENDS AD SAYING PHOTOGRAPHER DIED OF AIDS 

HELMS ADS USE FEAR FOR POLITICAL GOALS 

URINE ART SPURS AREA CALL TO 'UAR' 

ART OPPOSITION SURF-RISES GREEN 

PREACHER PROMISES PROTEST OF ARTS CENTER EXHIBIT 

SERRANO, MAPFUITHORFE/BANNQ ART ON DISPLAY 

THERE'S NO NEED FOR AN ART WAR 

PROTEST EXPECTED TONIGHT AT ARTS CENTER EXHIBIT, LECTURE 

CENTER'S ART SHOW DRAWS 500, PROTEST FROM CHRISTIAN GROUP 

CENTER'S ART SHOW DRAWS 500, PROTEST FROM CHRISTIAN GROUP 

BANNED NON-ART REMINDS IDEAS ARE OUR STRENGTHS 

MARANO, NANCY 

MARANO RECORD BRINGS SENSE OF SOMETHING SPECIAL 

MARAVICH, PETE 

WHAT N.C. BASKETBALL TEAM SCORED MOST POINTS? 

MARCOS, FERDINAND 

REMEMBERING MARCOS IN DAYS OF HIS GLORY 
U.S. MAY PAY FURTHER FOR MARCOS' FRIENDSHIP 

MARCOS, IMELDA 

'FEELINGS' AREN'T MUTUAL 

MARCUM, RICHARD RYAN (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 
POLICE LOG/TWO MEN CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

MARCUS. LEE 

AN OSCAR FOR FORGOTTEN ADULTS/SUNDAY FOCUS! AUTISM 

MAREMA, TIM (DURHAM HERALD CO.) 

TEAM EFFORT MAKES HERALD A REALITY 

POLITICAL PROPAGANDA MAKES TAX BILL HARDER TO SWALLOW 

NEWSPAPER KNEW COLUMNIST'S AFFILIATIONS 

READERS LOOK FOR GUIDANCE 

RESIDENTS OF F1ANNING AREA DESERVE RIGHT TO VOTE IN TOW 

MARGOLIS, PETER DR. 

A TEST OF SKILLS/ 'BABY'S BREATH STUDY' 

MARIN, JACK 

MARIN WINS 50TH CIVIC CLUB TITLE 

MARINO, TOMMY (NFL SCOUT) 

HARVEY BATTLES LONG ODDS IN NFL BID 

MARIO, ERNEST DR. 

GLAXO HOLDINGS APPOINTS MARIO CHIEF EXECUTIVE 

GLAXO CEO ERNEST MARIO LIKES TO MANAGE BY GETTING INVOLVED 

SANDERS NEW TOP EXECUTIVE AT GLAXO INC. 

CUATRECASAS JOINS WARNER-LAMBERT 

ERNEST MARIO NAMED TO DUKE TRUSTEES 

MARKEY, LUCILLE P. 

MEDICAL CENTER TO GET $7.5 MILLION 

MARKHAH, BAMBI 

24-HOUR HOTLINE SERVICE PLANNED BY CITY 



H 2 11/10/1989 D 4 P F G59 



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


2 6/21/1989 A 
2 7/24/1989 A 
2 8/01/1989 A 
2 8/03/1989 A 
2 8/19/1989 A 
2 8/24/1989 B 
2 8/29/1989 A 
2 11/08/1989 A 
2 11/08/1989 A 
2 11/10/1989 C 
2 11/10/1989 D 
2 11/13/1989 A 
2 11/14/1989 B 
2 11/15/1989 A 
2 11/15/1989 A 
2 11/19/1989 E 


12 
8 


E 

E 

E 

E 

N M06 

N 

E 

N N36 

N E33 

N N36 

F B71 

E 

N N36 
P N S22 
P N N36 

U G68 


H 


2 2/14/1989 B 


3 P R S66 


H 


2 8/18/1989 B 


4 


P N 


H 
S 


2 9/30/1989 C 
2 10/02/1989 A 


1 
4 


U H4? 
E 


S 


2 6/13/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 


1 8/12/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 


1 3/26/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 


1 6/06/1989 A 
1 7/19/1989 A 
1 11/01/1989 A 
1 11/05/1989 A 
1 11/29/1989 A 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


U 
U 
U 
L 
E 


CHH 


1 11/04/1989 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 5/04/1989 D 


3 P N S76 


H 


2 11/01/1989 D 


1 


F N M83 


H 
H 

H 
H 
H 


2 5/10/1989 D 
2 5/28/1989 D 
2 6/22/1989 D 
2 10/10/1989 A 
2 10/20/1989 A 


5 P N 

6 P N K65 
5 P N 

1 P N K65 
10 N B80 


H 


2 10/20/1989 C 


2 


N D80 


H 


2 8/31/1989 C 


1 


N R63 



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EX-OFFICIAL SAYS U.S. HOUSING CHIEF INTERVENED FOR FfflJECT 

NORBY: PROJECT PASSAGE PROPER 

FORMER MAYOR DID HIS JOB 

EX-HUD OFFICIAL IMPLICATES PIERCE IN DURHAM PROJECT 

MARKHAM DENIES HE USED PIERCE TIES FOR CITY PROJECT 

HUD AIDE'S DOCUMENTS FILE OPENED 

FORMER MAYOR EXPLAINS HIS ROLE IN DURHAM HOSIERY MILL PROJECT 

MARKHAM, MYRA (HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY) 
HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF DURHAM 

MARLETTE, GRAHAM HAYES 

BUSINESS-HATING FANATICS 

POLICE ARREST 3 MEN IN ROBBERY, STABBING 

POLICE LOG/MAN ROBBED, STABBED; 3 MEN CHARGED 

MARLEY, DAVID LEE (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

POLICE LOG/3 TEENS ROB NEWSPAPER VENDOR, 12 

MARLOWE, MICHAEL 

MANUFACTURED HOMES CALLED KEY TO HOUSING DILEMMA 

MARQN, MARGARET (WRITER) _ ^„„. „„„ . ™ 

TWO AREA WRITERS REVEAL 'NECESSARY INGREDIENTS' FOR SUCCESSFUL THRILLERS 

MARQUIS, CHALMERS H. 

PBS LOBBYIST WARNS AGAINST COMPLACENCY 

MARRIOTT, EUGENE ADOLPH JR. (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/STUDENTS HELP CATCH MAN AFTER INCIDENT 

MARRIOTT, RANDY (FOOTBALL) 

THE PLAY THAT SEALED HEELS' FATE 

MARSALIS, BRANFORD _ 

MARSALIS MAINTAINS HIS OWN IDENTITY IN A TRIBUTE TO TRANE 

MARSALIS, WYNTON 

STARS OF JAZZ IN DURHAM FOR MONK INSTITUTE BENEFIT 

IT'S MARSALIS, THELONIOUS AND ALL THAT JAZZ 

FACING THE MUSIC; 28TH SEASON OF EASTERN MUSIC FESTIVAL DRAWS APPLAUSE 

MARSH, JUNE (DECEASED) 

CHATHAM MAN PLEADS GUILTY IN BURN DEATH 

MARSH, KEN 

STONE HAWK TAKES FLIGHT 

SCULPTOR SAYS HIS ANIMALS 'ALREADY IN THE ROCK' 

MARSH, ROBERT (ARTIST) 

PICTURES AT 2 EXHIBITIONS 

MARSH, T. DONALD DR. 

TIPS OFFERED FOR BOATERS 

MARSH, WILLIAM A. JR. (LAWYER) 

GOVERNOR REAPPOINTS MARSH TO STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS 
ATTORNEY COMPLAINS ABOUT VOTE SIGNATURES 

ELECTIONS BOARD MEMBER QUESTIONS PRIMARY SIGN-IN POLICY PROCEDURE 
VOTER SIGNATURES SLOW DOWN ELECTION PROCESS 

MARSHALL, PLURIA W. 

BLACK COALITION LEADER SAYS HE'S OPTIMISTIC ABOUT BUSH 

MARSHALL, RANDY 

ALDERMEN TO IRON OUT ROAD-WIDENING ISSUE 
CARRBORO CIRCLE K LAWSUIT BEFORE APPEALS COURT 

MARSHALL, SHIRLEY (ORANGE CO.) 

OFFICIALS PREDICT SCHOOL FUNDING CHANGE OK 



N E 

P D 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 
E 

— DATE — C 

7/05/1989 C 
7/06/1989 A 
7/12/1989 A 
7/15/1989 A 
7/18/1989 A 
7/23/1989 A 
10/18/1989 A 



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1 N 
1 N C61 
4 E 
1 P N 
1 P N R63 
1 N 
4 L 



S 2 

S 2 4/14/1989 B 2 P P 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



2/28/1989 A 
12/14/1989 B 
12/15/1989 C 



7/31/1989 B 
7/12/1989 B 
3/19/1989 D 
2/05/1989 A 
2/03/1989 A 
11/04/1989 D 
9/26/1989 A 



4/21/1989 D 
4/25/1989 A 
7/14/1989 D 



S 2 
H 2 



2/23/1989 D 
8/19/1989 C 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



10/01/19Q9 E 
6/27/1989 C 



5/17/1989 C 
11/09/1989 A 
11/10/1989 A 
11/11/1989 A 



4 L 
1 N B53 
1 N C47 



6 N M51 
1 N H65 
3 U H45 
1 P N L90 

3 N 

4 P N L22 
6 P R S66 



6 P N 
6 P R S66 
8 P F S56 



CHH 1 11/01/1989 A 3 P N H90 



5 P F B71 
1 P N T33 



8 P R G68 
1 N 



2 N 
1 N C61 
1 P N R63 
4 E 



H 2 2/01/1989 C 2 P N K65 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



8/22/1989 A 
10/28/1989 A 



3 P N H90 
1 P N C62 



CHH 1 1/16/1989 A 1 P N M20 



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HILLSBOROUGH CONSIDERS SEIZING COUNTY LAND FOR NEW RESERVOIR 

HALKIOTIS SAYS HE'LL RUN FOR RE-ELECTION 

HEARINGS PLEASE, FRUSTRATE COMMISSIONERS 

MARSHALL? NO GROWTH MEANS TAXES WILL GO UP 

MARSHALL SAYS SHE WON'T RUN AGAIN 

COMPENSATION CALLED CRITICAL TO RESTRICTIONS 

OFFICIALS' ABSENCE AT RIGHTS HEARINGS DRAWS CRITICISM 

COMMISSIONERS' 'FAX' FIGURES NEARLY $2,000 

OFFICIALS DEFEND COURTESY CHARGE 

MARSHALL BLAST PUBLIC HEARING PROCEDURE 

CAREY'S RE-ELECTION EXPECTED 

POLITICAL FIELD OPEN— MARSHALL 

MARSICANO. THOMAS DR. 

COUNTY GENERAL'S OPEN HEART SURGERY PROGRAM SET 

MARSICANO, MICHAEL DR. 

ARTS COUNCIL DIRECTOR ACCEPTS CHARLOTTE JOB 

DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL DIRECTOR RESIGNS 

MARSICANO »S LEADERSHIP PRAISED 

MARSICANO SERVED DURHAM WELL 

CAROLINA THEATRE'S $21.4 MILLION RENOVATIONS ON TODAY'S AGENDA 

METAMORPHOSIS 115 FROM THEATER STAR TO A GENIAL GUEST 

•OUR IDENTITY IS OUR DIVERSITY' - ARTS COUNCIL'S MARSICANO LEAVES.. 

ARTS COMMUNITY HAS GIVEN DURHAN NEW SENSE OF PRIDE 

N.C. MUTUAL SLOWS BALLPARK PLAN 

SEARCH BEGUN FOR NEW DIRECTOR 

NO EFFORT ORGANIZED YET TO OPPOSE HELMS' ART BILL 

MARSICANO*. 'PEER-KEVIEW' MAY NEED REVAMPING 

DEFICIT SHOCKS EX-ARTS DIRECTOR 

MARSICANO MESSAGE TO BELFAST 

MARTIN, AL (BASEBALL) 

BULLS ARE READY TO ROLL 

DURHAM BULLS, 1989 

RELIEVERS COME TO THE RESCUE FOR BULLS 

POWER AT THE TOP? MARTIN'S ALREADY BEEN THERE 

BULLS' MARTIN BREAKS HOMER DROUGHT 

BULLS TAKE FIRST; COFFHAN FALTERS 

LITTLE TRIPLES; THREE BULLS ARE STARS 

MILLS BAFFLES BULLS 

MARTIN, BILL SEN. (D-GUILFORD) 

N.C. SENATOR'S BILL SEEKS LAWFULNESS OF LOTTERY TICKET 

MARTIN, BILLY (BASEBALL MANAGER) 

BASEBALL LOSES ONE OF ITS GREATS 
MARTIN'S PROBLEMS OVERSHADOW SUCCESS 

MARTIN, BOBBY (BASKETBALL COACH) 

HIGH SCHOOL COACH IS FOUND INNOCENT OF DRUG CHARGE 

MARTIN, DAVID "D. G." JR. 

WHAT THE CLASS OF '89 NEEDS! BREVITY/GUEST COLUMNIST 

REMEMBER MEMORIAL DAY'S PURPOSE/GUEST COLUMNIST 

SHOULD STUDENTS BE ALLOWED TO WORK? 

HONOR THE FLAG, BUT DON'T FORGET WHAT IT REPRESENTS 

•BACKWATER' TOWNS AND FARMS ARE OUR 'PEOPLE ESTUARIES' 

HANDS OFF THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION METHOD/GUEST CaUMNIST 

HOW CAN WINDING UP LAST IN SAT TURN OUT TO BE GOOD? 

IF N.C. IS WAY AHEAD POLITICALLY, LET'S HOPE NO ONE CATCHES UP 

MARTIN, ELLIOT 

•THE CIRCLE' COMES AROUND AGAIN 

MARTIN, JIM (GOVERNOR) 

MARTIN'S '89 LIKE HUNT'S '81 

AIN'T WHISTLIN' 'DIXIE' 

MARTIN IS SHREWD FAN 

GOVERNOR JOINS IN REDEDICATION OF AIRLINES CENTER 



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CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



3/23/198? 

5/23/1989 

5/29/1989 

6/02/1989 

8/24/1989 

9/22/1989 

10/20/1989 

11/19/1989 

11/29/1989 

12/02/1989 

12/03/1989 

12/14/1989 



N R63 
N M20 
N L90 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N S17 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 



H 2 4/12/1989 C 1 P N C60 



H 


2 


1/20/1989 A 


1 P N W66 


S 


2 


1/20/1989 C 


2 N B71 


H 


2 


1/24/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/01/1989 C 


1 N W66 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 B 


1 P U W15 


H 


2 


2/12/1989 E 


1 P F W66 


H 


2 


2/13/1989 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


2/21/1989 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 


3/01/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


8/19/1989 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 


8/19/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


s 


2 


9/16/1989 A 


1 P N B71 


H 


2 


9/18/1989 A 


6 U W66 


S 


2 


4/05/1989 D 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


4/30/1989 C 


12 P F 


S 


2 


6/01/1989 B 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 B 


2 P N P75 


S 


2 


7/31/1989 D 


3 P U P52 


H 


2 


8/03/1989 D 


1 P N P75 


S 


2 


8/29/1989 C 


3 P N 


S 


2 


9/04/1989 D 


7 P U P52 


H 


2 


1/13/1989 C 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


12/27/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 12/29/1989 A 


3 E 



H 2 1/19/1989 B 2 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



5/13/1989 
5/28/1989 
6/04/1989 
7/20/1989 
8/29/198? 
10/07/1989 



CHH 1 10/29/198? 
CHH 1 12/05/198? 



S 2 8/31/1989 B 1 P N B71 



S 2 1/02/1989 A 5 J Oil 

S 2 1/23/1989 A 5 P P 

S 2 2/13/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 2/14/1989 C 1 N P41 



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MARTIN TO HOST NCCU BASKETBALL TEAM 

MARTIN, STATE HONOR NCCU EAGLES 

MARTIN HONORS NCCU BASKETBALL TEAM 

MARTIN SLIGHTS NCCU CHAMPS 

MARTIN TO BE ON EAST, NOT WEST, COAST 

MARTIN IMPROVES POLITICAL SAWY, NEEDS MORE WORK 

MARTIN, U.S. OFFICIAL TO SALUTE SURGICAL EDUCATORS 

MARTIN TO ATTEND ORGANON DEDICATION 

ORGANON TEKNIKA DEDICATES OFFICE 

CAROLINA GOVERNORS EARN COMMUNITY COLLEGE AWARDS 

RIDE IN AN OLD CARRIAGE 

GOV. MARTIN SALUTES THE SUN 

MARTIN TO SEEK DISASTER FUNDS FOR 19 COUNTIES 

GOVERNOR TO BE SPEAKER SATURDAY AT ELON COLLEGE'S COMMENCEMENT 

COMPROMISE URGED IN FURNITURE DISPUTE 

PITCHING POINTERS 

VETO DORMANT, NOT DEAD 

MARTIN, MICHAUX SWAP BARBS OVER MINORITY REPRESENTATION 

GOVERNOR JOINS TOBACCO SALES ACTION IN OXFORD 

SINGLE-ISSUE SESSION PROPERLY PRAGMATIC 

LANDSCAPING MAY BE MARTIN'S LEGACY 

CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR ALL— BOTH THE NAUGHTY AND THE NICE 

GOVERNOR: HELMS 'RIGHT ALL ALONG' ABOUT NORIEGA 

MARTIN, JIM, APPOINTMENTS 

STANBACK NAMED TO JUDGESHIP 
DURHAM LAWYER NAMED TO COMMISSION 

MARTIN APPOINTS BUTLER TO POST 

PERRY WON'T GET 2ND TRUSTEE TERM/ONLY FEMALE UNC.. (CORRECTED 7-15-89) 

PERRY RECEIVES APOLOGY FROM MARTIN 

MARTIN NAMES DURHAM MAN TO GEOLOGISTS BOARD 

MARTIn'bUDGET CALLS FOR NO TAX INCREASES/INVEST RESOURCES IN EDUCATION., 

BUDGET... BUT TUITION, ALCOHOL LICENSES LIKELY TO GET MORE EXPENSIVE 

N.C. EMPLOYEES RAP DELAYED PAY RAISES 

LIMITED PAY INCREASE FOR TEACHERS, 'SCHOOLS OF CHOICE' DRAU REACTION 

ATTORNEY GENERAL SAYS SBI NEEDS AGENTS NOW 

ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS PLEASED WITH PROPOSALS 

*75 MILLION EARMARKED TO ADDRESS STATE'S PRISON F-ROBLEMS 

MARTIN TAKES PRISON ISSUE TO LAWMAKERS 

MARTIN'S BUDGET POSES SOME QUESTIONS 

FEW BUDGET PLUMS OFFERED FOR TRIANGLE 

AIDS SPOKESMAN RIPS MARTIN BUDGET 

UNC OFFICIALS DISAPPOINTED IN MARTIN'S BUDGET PLANS 

INSIGHT/WHAT WILL COST ♦22,790,600,000? 

MARTIN'S TACTICS ARGUED 

A DEMORALIZING THAW 

PAY RAISE LIKELY MOVED UP, MARTIN SAYS 

HACKNEY BLASTS MARTIN'S MENTAL HEALTH BUDGETING 

GOVERNOR MEETS WITH TEACHERS OVER DELAYED RAISES 

TEACHER PAY SUMMIT 

GOV. MARTIN WEIGHS A TIGHT BUDGET AGAINST VOW TO RAISE TEACHERS' PAY 

MARTIN SHIRS GEARS ON TEACHER PAY ISSUE 

MAVRETIC CHALLENGES GOVERNOR TO BOOST TAXES FOR TEACHERS 

MARTIN UNVEILS REVENUE-RAISING PLAN; GOVERNOR HINTS 1-CENT BOOST MAY... 

MARTIN SEEKS GOP SUPPORT FOR HIS PLAN 

CUTS WOULD ELIMINATE BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER 

REPUBLICAN LEGISLATORS HESITATE TO CRITICIZE MARTIN BUDGET PLAN 

REPUBLICANS STILL AT ODDS ON GOV. MARTIN'S TAX PLAN 

STUDENT DEMOCRATS BLAST MARTIN'S UNIVERSITY CUTBACKS 

GOVERNOR DENOUNCES SENATE LEADERS' FINANCIAL PLAN 

SENATE PANEL OKS BUDGET MARTIN WANTS REWORKED 

N.C. BUDGET PLAN GETS 1ST SENATE NOD 

MARTIN, MAYORS PLAN MEETING ON ROADS 

INSIGHT/IS GOV. JIM MARTIN JUST TOO NICE? 

DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATOR MAKES OPEN MEETINGS LAW APPLY TO THE GOVERNOR'S... 



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H 2 
S 2 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 



3/28/1989 
3/28/1989 
3/29/1939 
3/31/1989 
4/01/1989 
4/04/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/12/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/14/1989 
4/19/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/16/1989 
6/02/1989 
7/19/1989 
8/12/1989 
8/13/1989 B 
8/17/1989 C 
9/08/1989 A 
9/15/1989 A 
12/24/1989 D 
12/28/1989 B 



1/25/1989 
1/26/1989 
5/03/1989 
7/14/1989 
7/18/1989 
7/28/1989 



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



CHH 1 
H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1/18/1989 

1/18/1989 

1/18/1989 

1/18/1989 

1/18/1989 

1/18/1989 

1/18/1989 

1/19/1989 

1/19/1989 

1/19/1989 

1/20/1989 

1/20/1989 

1/22/1989 D 

1/23/1989 A 

1/24/1989 A 

1/24/1989 B 

1/29/1989 A 

1/31/1989 B 

2/10/1989 A 

2/12/1989 

2/14/1989 

2/15/1989 

3/09/1989 

3/17/1989 

3/17/1989 

3/22/1989 

4/16/1989 B 

5/13/1989 A 

6/16/1989 A 

6/21/1989 A 

6/22/1989 A 

6/25/1989 B 

7/30/1989 D 

8/08/1989 C 



10 



Oil 



12 



2 
10 



N L40 

N A76 

N C47 

L 

N 

J 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

P 

N 

N L40 

N H60 

N 

P C45 

E 

N 

N T33 

E 

J Oil 

U L40 

N L40 



N S82 
N 
N 

N S17 
N L90 
N 



N L40 
N L40 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N R53 
N S17 
N S17 
U L40 
E 
E 
N 

N S17 
N 
E 

N L40 
N L40 
N L40 
N L40 
N L40 
N K65 
J Oil 
N 

N M25 
N 

N L40 
N L40 
N 

U L40 
N 



MARTIN, JIM, CRIME PREVENTION 

GOV. MARTIN CALLS MCCOMBS' PAROLE DECISION 



A MISTAKE' 



H 2 11/29/1989 A 1 N L40 



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OFFICER'S KIN RAPS PAROLE COMMISSION 
OFFICER'S KIN RAPS PAROLE COMMISSION 
MARTIN, GARDNER RAP KILLER'S PAROLE 

MARTIN, JIM, DRUG PROGRAMS 

STATE 'DRUG CABINET' TO DEVELOP STRATEGY 

MARTIN, JIM, EDUCATION PROPOSALS 

GOV. MARTIN TO RECOMMEND FULL BASIC EDUCATION FUNDING 

MARTIN URGES IMPLEMENTING STATEWIDE CAREER-LADDER PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS 

MARTIN'S TEACHER SALARY PLAN GETS MIXED REVIEWS 

MARTIN PUSHING FREEDOM OF CHOICE FOR SCHOOLS 

MARTIN'S TEACHERS' PAY IDEA IN LIMBO 

MARTIN CALLS FOR N.C. EDUCATION SUMMIT 

TEACHERS TO PROTEST PAY FREEZE 

TEACHER PAY SUMMIT 

MARTIN: PROPOSED EDUCATION SUMMIT NOT PUBLICITY STUNT 

GOV. MARTIN WEIGHS A TIGHT BUDGET AGAINST VOW TO RAISE TEACHERS' PAY 

MARTIN ON HOT SEAT OF TEACHERS' PAY DELIGHTS DEMOCRATS 

MARTIN SHIRS GEARS ON TEACHER PAY ISSUE 

T-DAYi FEU LOCAL TEACHERS JOIN MARCH 

GOVERNOR WORKING ON EDUCATION PACKAGE 

ETHERIDGE RAPS MARTIN'S EDUCATION PLAN 

MARTIN SAYS TEACHER PAY IN CHAOS BECAUSE OF FREEZE 

MARTIN'S ATTITUDE CHEERS TEACHERS 

MARTIN'S SWITCH MAY BOOST TEACHERS' PAY 

GOVERNOR WAKES UP 

MARTIN SAID PLANNING TAX INCREASE F1EA; BOOST TO LIFT TEACHER PAY FREEZE 

GOVERNING BOARDS OF 3 EDUCATION SYSTEMS HEAR TAX SPEECH 

LOCAL TEACHERS ENCOURAGED BY RAISE PLAN 

PAY BOOST FINANCING SHOULDN'T BE UNFAIR 

MARTIN GETS SUPPORT ON CAREER LADDER PLAN FOR TEACHERS 

N.C. SENATE DEMOCRATS UNVEIL TEACHER SALARY INCREASE PLAN 

MARTIN CONTINUES TO PUSH HIS PLAN FOR TEACHER PAY 

THE CAREER LADDER, R.I. P. 

MARTIN REBUFFS INVITATION TO TEACHERS' 'THANK-YOU' RALLY 

GOV. MARTIN GETS CAREER LADDER LOOKALIKE 

GOVERNOR SEEKING MERIT PAY TIPS AT EDUCATION SUMMIT 

MARTIN LIKES UPBEAT MOOD ON EDUCATION 

TEACHER PAY ONE OF GOV. JIM MARTIN'S MOST VEXING ISSUES 

MARTIN SHOULD STEER N.C. OUT OF POVERTY 

MARTIN, JIM, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 

MARTIN BACKS REFEALING 'HARDISON AMENDMENTS' 
MARTIN ISSUES ENVIRONMENTAL ORDER ON REDUCING WASTE 
MARTIN STOOPS TOO LOW IN PUSHING JETTY PLAN 

MARTIN. JIM, FOREIGN TRAVEL 

TRADE MISSION GOING TO HOLLYWOOD, FAR EAST, EUROPE 

MARTIN, JIM, HAZARDOUS WASTE 

HACKNEY LAUDS MARTIN'S ACTION ON WASTE ISSUE 

MARTIN WILL CUT TRIP SHORT IF NECESSARY FOR WASTE PACT 

MARTIN HOPES TO SALVAGE WASTE COMPACT 

MARTIN, JIM, HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT 

MARTIN PROPOSES MORE HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL 

MARTIN, JIM, HOUSING 

MARTIN SAYS HE NEVER INTERVENED WITH HUD 
MARTIN TO GIVE HOUSING FUNDS, REECE SAYS 

MARTIN, JIM, INAUGURATION 

OFFICIALS PLANNING STATE INAUGURATION KEEPING CLOSE WATCH ON WEATHER 

GARDNER WILL GET TO SPEAK AT INAUGURATION 

ROLLIN' OUT THE FLAG 

WISHING THEM ALL WELL 

'THINK YOU'RE GOOIT"; ORANGE HIGH BAND, 'HISTORIC HILLSBOROUGH' ON... 

'KEEPER OF THE CLOCK' WON'T RIDE HISTORIC FLOAT 

MARTIN PLEDGES WAR AGAINST DRUGS; JIM GARDNER BECOMES FIRST REPUBLICAN. 



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2 11/29/1989 A 1 N S22 
2 11/29/1989 A 1 N B53 



H 2 1/11/1989 D 4 P N 



H 


2 


1/01/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


1/05/1989 B 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


1/06/1989 A 


1 


N M25 


H 


2 


1/30/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/03/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/09/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


S 


2 


2/09/1989 C 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 


2/10/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/10/1989 A 


13 P N 


H 


2 


2/12/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


2/13/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/14/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


H 


2 


2/22/1989 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


2/23/1989 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 A 


13 P N 


CHH 1 


2/25/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


S 


2 


2/27/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/28/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


O 

£ 


3/08/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/10/1989 C 


1 


N L90 


OS- 


1 


3/10/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


S 


2 


3/10/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/06/1989 B 


9 P N 


H 


2 


5/18/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


5/19/1989 A 


10 P N 


H 


2 


5/21/1989 D 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/16/1989 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


9/18/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


9/25/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/28/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 11/26/1989 D 


2 


U L40 


S 


2 


12/21/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/27/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


3/03/1989 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


7/31/1989 A 


4 


E 



H 2 9/01/1989 A 13 P N 



CHH 1 3/04/1989 A 
H 2 9/22/1989 A 
H 2 10/20/1989 C 



3 P N M25 
14 N 
1 N L40 



H 2 10/27/1989 C 1 N L40 



H 2 6/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/22/1989 A 



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



1/04/1989 
1/06/1989 
1/06/1989 
1/07/1989 
1/07/1989 
1/07/1989 
1/08/1989 



P N 

N M25 



N L40 

N 

P 

E 

N H90 

N 

N T33 



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MOSTLY GOP CROUD SEES REPUBLICANS OCCUPY TOP SPOTS 

GETTING FIRED UP 

'SO HELP ME, GOD* 

MARTIN FOREGOES RINGING PROSE IN LOW-KEY INAUGURAL SPEECH 

MARTIN, JIM, LAWSUITS 

INDIANS' SUIT ASKS FEDERAL COURT TO BLOCK EXTRADITIONS 

MARTIN, JIM, LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS 

INSIGHT/'89 LEGISLATURE: NEW BALL GAME 

INSIGHT/THE NEW JIM MARTIN CHANGES HIS TACTICS 

LET THE PETTINESS END 

MARTIN GOING TO LEGISLATURE TO SEEK GUBERNATORIAL VETO 

MARTIN OPTIMISTIC ON VETO POWER ISSUE 

INSIGHT/GOVERNOR REACHES TIME OF RECKONING 

INSIGHT/GOVERNOR BESIEGED BY HIS OWN PARTY 

GOV. MARTIN FAVORS DEREGULATING CREDIT CARD RATES 

INSIGHT/MARTIN'S RECORD: A FEW MODEST SUCCESSES BUT OFF TARGET ON BIG.,. 

MARTIN PUTS SPECIAL SESSION ON HOLD 

INSIGHT/GOVERNOR, ADVISERS CONSIDERING WHAT TACK TO TAKE NEXT 3 YEARS 

MARTIN, JIM, POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS 

ELECTION DAY MARKED IMPORTANT GOP GAINS 
INCUMBENCY BOOSTS MARTIN'S FUNDS 

MARTIN, JIM, PRISONS 

MARTIN TAKES PRISON ISSUE TO LAWMAKERS 

MARTIN URGES BOND ISSUE FOR PRISONS 

STEPHENS DEMANDS PUBLIC REVIEWS OF PAROLE FOR ALL DURHAM PRISONERS 

MARTIN, JIM, ROADS 

GOVERNOR CALLS HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PROPOSAL TRIAL BALLOON 
MARTIN NOT SUPPORTING ROAD FUNDING PLAN CALLED 'COP-OUT' 
MARTIN ENDORSEMENT EASES WAY FOR N.C. ROADS PLAN 
INSIGHT/STATE'S ROAD BILL ATTRACTS LEECHES 
MARTINJ HIGHWAYS NEEDED, BUT ASSEMBLY TOOK WRONG PATH 
ROADS PLAN YIELDS MARTIN A DOG AND A STUFFED ANIMAL 
MARTIN JUMPED BUS ON HIGHWAY PROGRAM - OR DID HE? 

MARTIN, JIM, SOCIAL PROGRAMS 

INSIGHT/ABORTION RULING'S SHOCK WAVES HIT THE LEGISLATURE 
MARTIN: REFERENDUM ON ABORTION ISSUES WOULD BE GOOD IDEA 
MARTIN CALLS MORTALITY RATE 'HEARTBREAKING' 
GOV. MARTIN NAMES COMMISSION ON REDUCING INFANT MORTALITY 
FOR INFANTS IN DURHAM COUNTY NUMBERS DON'T SPELL SURVIVAL 

MARTIN, JIM, STATE EMPLOYEES 

PLAN TO ELIMINATE 505 VACANT STATE JOBS DRAWS COMPLAINTS 
GOVERNOR BACKS EQUAL TREATMENT FOR TEACHERS, OTHER STATE EMPLOYEES 

MARTIN, JIM, STATE OF THE STATE SPEECH 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
MARTIN ENDORSES DEFERRED PAY HIKES 

MARTIN, JIM, TAXES 

JORDAN SAYS MARTIN WILL NEED TO RAISE TAXES IN 2ND TERM 

N.C. RAISES, LOWERS TAXES AT SAME TIME 

MARTIN SAID PLANNING TAX INCREASE PLEA; BOOST TO LIFT TEACHER PAY FREEZE 

MARTIN UNVEILS REVENUE-RAISING PLAN; GOVERNOR HINTS 1-CENT BOOST MAY... 

GOVERNOR EXPECTS TOUGH FIGHT ON SALES TAX INCREASE 

GOVERNING BOARDS OF 3 EDUCATION SYSTEMS HEAR TAX SPEECH 

LOCAL TEACHERS ENCOURAGED BY RAISE PLAN 

INSIGHT/GOVERNOR REACHES TIME OF RECKONING 

TAX MAY HURT, BUT... 

MARTIN SUPPORTS CRACKING DOWN ON TAX EVADERS 

MARTIN'S TAX PACKAGE MAY BE TOO GOOD TO PASS UP 

MARTIN SEEKS GOP SUPPORT FOR HIS FLAN 

INSIGHT/GOVERNOR BESIEGED BY HIS OWN PARTY 

GOV. MARTIN TURNS TO 1988 CAMPAIGN FOR HELP WITH TAX PLAN 

REPUBLICANS STILL AT ODDS ON GOV. MARTIN'S TAX PLAN 












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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 C 


1 P P 


S 


2 


1/09/1989 A 


3 P P T32 


S 


2 


1/09/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/01/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 D 


1 P F L40 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 D 


2 U L40 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 D 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/01/1989 B 


4 N L40 


H 


2 


3/10/1989 A 


16 N 


H 


2 


3/12/1989 D 


2 P U L40 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 D 


2 P U L40 


H 


2 


4/01/1989 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


8/20/1989 D 


2 U L40 


H 


2 


9/16/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/24/1989 D 


2 U L40 


H 


2 


1/01/1989 C 


15 N 


S 


2 


1/28/1989 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


1/19/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 12/16/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 12/16/1989 A 


1 N S82 


H 


2 


2/10/1989 A 


13 N 


H 


2 


2/19/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


2/22/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/26/1989 D 


2 P U L40 


H 


2 


7/28/1989 C 


6 P N 


S 


2 


8/02/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


S 


2 


8/03/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


7/09/1989 D 


2 P U L40 


H 


2 


7/21/1989 A 


12 N 


CHH 1 


11/03/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


H 


2 


12/15/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 12/15/1989 A 


1 N C60 


H 


2 


1/04/1989 D 


10 N 


H 


2 


3/02/1989 B 


5 P N 


H 


2 


1/04/1989 A 


2 N 


S 


2 


1/17/1989 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/07/1989 A 


9 N 


S 


2 


1/12/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


3/08/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/09/1989 A 


1 C N L40 


H 


2 


3/10/1989 A 


16 N 


H 


2 


3/10/1989 C 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


3/10/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


H 


2 


3/12/1989 D 


2 P U L40 


H 


2 


3/12/1989 D 


4 E 


H 


2 


3/13/1989 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


3/15/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


3/17/1989 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 D 


2 P U L40 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


4/16/1989 B 


1 N 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



GOVERNOR SENDS LETTER TO TEAOERS URGING SUPPORT FOR RAISING SALES TAX 
GARNER ENDORSES SALES TAX INCREASE TO PAY FOR RAISES 
GOVERNOR WARNS TIME RUNNING OUT ON SALARY PLAN 
INSIGHT/JIM GARDNER MELTS ON GOV, MARTIN'S FENNY SALES TAX 

MARTIN, JIM, TOBACCO 

MARTIN OPPOSES CIGARETTE TAX INCREASE 

MARTIN, JIM, TRANSPORTATION 

STATE HIGHWAY BILL ON BUMPY ROAD 

MARTIN, JM PETERSON (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 
POLICE LOG/ACCIDENT CAUSE STILL UNKNOWN 

MARTIN, JOHN R. (DURHAM, N.C.) 

COUPLE CELEBRATES 60TH ANNIVERSARY 

MARTIN. JONATHAN D. (BUI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/WAKE COUNTY MAN CHARGED WITH DUI 

MARTIN, JOSEPH CMOS UP) 

BANK EXECUTIVE! SCHOOLS MUST STRESS 3 P'S 
BANK EXECUTIVE STRESSES THREE P'S FOR EDUCATION 

MARTIN, KENNARD (FOOTBALL PLAYER) 
UNC TAILBACK .MARTIN CHARGED 
JUDGE: 'PROBABLE CAUSE' IN MARTIN CASE 
FOOTBALL PLAYER NOT INDICTED 
COUNTY MAY RECONSIDER .MARTIN CASE 

UNC'S MARTIN FACES REVIEW; RECRUITS PUT HEELS 'IN PICTURE' 
UNC'S MARTIN FACES REVIEW; RECRUITS PUT HEELS 'IN PICTURE' 
UNC'S MARTIN TO SIT OUT 1989 SEASON 
SUSPENSION BEST PLAY FOR MARTIN AND UNC 
UNC'S MARTIN CONFUSED IN WAKE OF TEAM SUSPENSION 
MARTIN'S UNC CAREER OVER 
EX-UNC STAR MARTIN SEARCHING FOR ORDER 

MARTIN, KEVIN (UNC-CH STUDENT PRESIDENT) 
AMENDMENT WOULD ESTABLISH NO. 2 POST 

MARTIN MARK (AUTO RACING) 

MARTIN, PERKED UP BY NEW SPONSOR, AIMS TO MAKE A RUN AT EARNHARDT 
MARTIN CASTS ASIDE DOUBTS FOR FIRST CHECKERED FLAG 

MARTIN, MATTHEW (PEOPLE'S LAW SCHOOL) 

THIS LAW SCHOOL HAS NO ADMISSION TEST 

MARTIN, ROBERT 

RESIDENTS DISAVOW PETITION, CATES SAYS 

MARTIN, STERLING 

MARTIN'S RACING HISTORY AT TALLADEGA ONE OF NO LUCK AT ALL 

rARTINEZ, LIDIA 

TRADITION OF SPANISH SURREALISTS INVOKED 
'INEZ' DANCE IS PUZZLING WORK 

MARTSEN, KIRK 

FAMILY WAITS FOR WORD FROM BEIJING 

MASKEL, LAURENCE 

ALL IN THE FAMILY, JOBS EASY FOR DUKE'S CLASS OF '89 

MASON, BRUCE ALLAN (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES CHARGES OF DWI, SPEEDING 

MASON, DANNY (BONDSMAN) 

BONDSMEN FIND DIXON IN N.Y. 



S 

N E E 

P D — DATE — C 

H 2 4/21/1989 C 

H 1 6/01/1989 C 

H 2 6/02/1989 A 

H 2 6/04/1989 D 



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-PG L P BYL 

1 P N L40 

1 P N L40 
10 N 

2 U L40 



H 2 3/03/1989 A 16 N 
S 2 3/23/1989 A 1 N M06 
CHH 1 6/27/1989 A 10 N 



S 2 


12/19/1989 B 


1 P N S27 


CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 


9 N 


S 2 


11/09/1989 C 


1 P N Yll 


H 2 


11/10/1989 C 


1 P N C47 


H 2 


4/28/1989 B 


1 P N PBS 


H 2 


5/11/1989 D 


2 N 


CHH 1 


5/31/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/01/1989 A 


3 N 


H 2 


6/16/198" B 


1 P N M14 


H 2 


6/16/1989 B 


1 P N C49 


H 2 


7/12/1989 D 


1 P N C52 


S 2 


7/15/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


8/09/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 2 


8/30/1989 D 


2 P N 


H 2 


9/08/1989 C 


1 P N M88 



CHH 1 2/14/1989 A 



H 2 9/10/1989 C 
H 2 10/23/1989 B 



CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/03/1989 A 
H 2 7/30/1989 B 



H 2 7/11/1989 A 
S 2 7/11/1989 C 



CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 

S 2 5/30/1989 C 

CHH 1 6/15/1989 A 

S 2 3/31/1989 A 



P N 



2 


N M64 
P N M64 


3 


N H90 


1 


P N H90 


O 


N M64 


10 


R L59 
P R B71 


1 


N 


1 


N S92 


c 
%j 


N 


1 


N B53 



MASON, DON (DEVELOPER) 



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BUS COMPANY PLANS RETURN TO DOWNTOWN 

MASON, THOMAS 

MASON COMMENDED FOR BRAVERY 

MASSETT, ANDREW 

IT'S A FIVE-STAR LINEUP FOR GOLF CLASSIC 

MASSEY, DAVON LAMONT (TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS) 
CHASE, MULTIPLE CHARGES 

MASSEY, MATTHEW SCOTT (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO MEN CHARGED WITH BUI 

MASSEY, NORMAN 

NORMAN HASSEY SPENDS LIFE BRIGHTENING OTHER LIVES 

MASSEY, ROBERT (FOOTBALL PLAYER) 

MASSEY SUDDENLY HOT NFL DRAFT PROSPECT 

EAGLES' MASSEY PROJECTED AS TOP TRIANGLE DRAFT PICK 

FOR N.C. CNETRAL'S MASSEY, WAIT PROVED WORTHWHILE 

AT RANDOM 

DIFFERENT BATTLES FACE FORMER EAGLES 

MASSEY, SAINTS AGREE ON PACT 

MASSEY. THOMASINA M. (MURDER SUSPECT) 
KILLER SENTENCED TO 15 YEARS 

MASSEY, WILLIAM (MURDER VICTIM) 
KILLER SENTENCED TO 15 YEARS 

MASSIMINO, ROLLIE 

MASSIMINO, VILLANOVA EARN RESPECT IN BIG EAST BATTLES 

MASSOGLIA, ELINOR DR. 

JAPANESE FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS ALWAYS APROPOS 
BOARD GIVES MASSOGLIA NCCU HONOR 

MASSOGLIA, MARTIN F. 

CARTOON VIEWS APPROPRIATE 

MAST MAURA 

UNC TEACHING ASSISTANTS SEEK BETTER BENEFITS, PAY 

MATHENY, TED JAMES JR. (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

SNOWBALL FUN LANDS TVIO MEN IN JAIL FOR NIGHT 

MATHEWS, MICHAEL LEE (ROBBERY CHARGES) 

POLICE NAB SUSPECT IN RECENT ROBBERIES 

MATHIS, JOAN (ACTRESS) 

AVID ABOUT ACTING; DURHAM NATIVE RETURNS TO FIRST LOVE 

MATHIS, MAX 

CHRISTIAN RADIO STATION TO SERVE TRIANGLE AREA 

MATLOCK, JACK JR. 

AMBASSADOR TO SOVIET UNION TO GIVE LECTURE 

MATSON, MANDY 

CAMCORDER AUTHOR SHARES EXPERTISE 

MATSUNAGA, NOBUO 

AMBASSADOR SUBS FOR NAKASONE 

JAPAN'S AMBASSADOR CALLS FOR SHARED LEADERSHIP 

MATTHEWS, ALTEE (STABBING CHARGE) 
STABBING ARREST 



S 
N E E 
P D — DATE — C 

H 2 1/28/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/22/1989 A 
H 2 10/17/1989 D 
H 2 10/30/1989 B 
CHH 1 8/27/1989 A 
S 2 4/14/1989 B 



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-PG L P BYL 

1 P N C47 
3 N 

2 P F 

7 N M51 

3 N 

1 P F G59 



S 2 4/19/1989 D 

H 2 4/23/1989 C 

H 2 4/24/1989 D 

S 2 4/25/1989 C 

H 2 7/16/1989 C 

H 2 7/30/1989 B 



H 2 2/03/1989 C 
H 2 2/03/1989 C 
S 2 5/24/1989 D 



S 2 4/28/1989 B 
S 2 6/29/1989 B 



H 2 1/12/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/27/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/20/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/04/1989 A 

S 2 2/16/1989 D 

H 2 6/24/1989 A 

H 2 4/06/1989 B 

S 2 4/27/1989 A 



H 2 3/04/1989 C 
H 2 3/09/1989 C 



1 P U D18 
1 P N P75 

1 P N P75 

2 U D18 
1 P N P75 

11 P N P75 



3 N 
3 N 
1 P.U D18 



1 P F G59 
9 N 



4 L 

1 N S17 

2 N R63 

3 P N S17 

1 P F B71 
7 P N T33 

2 N 

6 P F S27 



1 N 

1 P N J04 



H 2 10/30/1989 B 7 N M51 



MATTHEWS, MARIE 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



HILLSBOROUGH'S MARIA'S PIZZA FACES EVICTION 
NEU PLACE, SAME MENU 

MATTHEWS, NINA HORNER (DECEASED) 
DURHAM LOSES A LEADER 



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CHH 1 7/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/14/1989 A 



1 P N M20 
3 P N H90 



H 2 9/25/1989 A 4 L 



MATTHEWS, OSCAR WILLIAMS JR. 
WE OWE OSCAR SOMETHING 

MATTHEWS, ROBERT MARSHALL "BOB" (DECEASED) 
MEMORIAL TO HONOR MATTHEWS 

MATTHEWS, ROD 

MATTHEWS MAKES NOISE IN MOTORCYCLE RACING CIRCUIT 

MATTHEWS, RONALD LEE SR. (PERSON COUNTY MANAGER) 
PERSON COUNTY GETS BUDGET, LOSES MANAGER 

MATY AC, CARL 

COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SERVICE HIRES HORTICULTURALIST TO REPLACE BOST 

MATYAC STRIKES NEW ROOTS AS DURHAM EXTENSION AGENT 

FOR LUSH LAWNS NEXT SUMMER, START WORK NOW 

PRUNING: IT MOST OFTEN IS BENEFICIAL 

DOGWOODS FALL VICTIM TO BLOSSOM BLIGHT 

ONSET OF AUTUMN ISN'T A SIGNAL OF YARD WORK'S END 

MAVRETIC, JOE 

DEMOCRATS MAY RUN MAVRETIC FOR SPEAKER 

LEGISLATORS SAY THEY HAVE VOTES TO DEFEAT RAMSEY 

DURHAM HOUSE MEMBERS BACK RAMSEY 

SOME REPUBLICANS MAY LEAD HOUSE COMMITTEES UNDER AGREEMENT TO OUST... 

WATKINS QUITS COMMITTEE POWER POST 

MAVRETIC OUSTS RAMSEY AS HOUSE SPEAKER 

COALITION ENDS RAMSEY REIGN AFTER 4 TERMS; LAWMAKERS ELECT MAVRETIC... 

VOTE FOR SPEAKER REVEALS DIVISIONS AMONG NEIGHBORING HOUSE MEMBERS 

LOBBYIST SAYS RAMSEY WORE OUT WELCOME 

MAVERICK TAKES OVER 

MAVRETIC SHOULDN'T LET VOTE DECIDE KEY POSTS 

CHANGES IN HOUSE HAVE ONLOOKERS WATCHING FOR NEW LEADERS 

N.C. HOUSE'S DEMOCRATS HOLD CAUCUS 

DURHAM DELEGATION MAY LOSE SOME CLOUT 

MAVRETIC'S HALLMARK SHREWD PLANNING 

LAWMAKERS EXPECT EFFICIENT SESSION 

LEGISLATIVE POWER EXPECTED TO SHIR TO STATE'S URBAN AREAS 

MAVRETIC IS A MAN OF CHANGE 

MAVRETIC TO NAME SOME COMMITTEE LEADER'S 

MAVRETIC'S ELECTION TOOK MANEUVERING 

MAVRETIC DOLES OUT HOUSE COMMITTEE CHAIRMANSHIPS 

DURHAM MAN NAMED ASSISTANT TO HOUSE SPEAKER 

RAMSEY OVERTHROW SIGNALS NEW ERA FOR N.C. ASSEMBLY 

RURAL VS. URBAN 

PRESS GROUP ASKS MAVRETIC TO GIVE DETAILS OF PACT 

DEMOCRATS SHOULD CONSIDER RAMIFICATIONS OF COUP 

MAVRETIC ALMOST FINISHED SELECTING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

MAVRETIC GIVES SOME DETAILS OF AGREEMENT WITH REPUBLICANS TO OUST RAMSEY 

NEW LEADERS OBLIGATED TO BE OPEN WITH BUDGET 

MAVRETIC GIVES DETAILS OF COALITION'S PACT 

SOME DEMOCRATS VOICE COMPLAINTS ON APPOINTMENTS 

LEGISLATORS STRADDLE FENCE ON FRIENDSHIP, POLITICS 

MAVRETIC SAYS HE CAN'T PROMISE TOTAL OPENNESS 

PERCEPTIONS CAN BE DAMAGING 

MAVRETIC'S DECEPTION DISSERVICE TO STATE 

MAVRETIC PROVES HE'S DIFFERENT BY ADMITTING LYING TO PRESS 

CRITICS CUT MAVRETIC RESHUFFLE 

MAVRETIC CHALLENGES GOVERNOR TO BOOST TAXES FOR TEACHERS 

GROUPS GET MONEY FROM RAMSEY EVENTS 

HOUSE SPEAKER GETS PLEAS FOR MORE FUNDING AT A&T 

APOLOGY TO AJJ SOUGHT FROM MAVRETIC 

MAVRETIC'S MISTAKE MAY HELP AJ>T SCHOOL 

MAVRETIC ADDRESSES EDUCATION PROBLEMS 



H 


2 


3/29/1989 A 


4 L 


CI* 


1 


1/18/1989 A 


7 N 


S 


2 


9/19/1989 D 


4 P F A76 


H 


2 


6/27/1989 B 


1 P N T33 


S 


2 


7/14/1989 C 


1 N H65 


H 


2 


7/31/1989 A 


1 P N S69 


H 


2 


9/17/1989 E 


11 U 


H 


2 


9/24/1989 E 


11 P U 


H 


2 


10/01/1989 E 


14 P U 


H 


2 


10/15/1989 E 


11 U 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 C 


7 N 


H 


2 


1/09/1989 B 


1 N 


S 


g 

c 


1/09/1989 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


1/10/1989 B 


2 N 


H 


2 


1/11/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


S 


2 


1/11/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/12/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


1/12/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


S 


n 
C 


1/12/1989 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


1/13/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/13/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/13/1989 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


1/14/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/14/1989 C 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


1/16/1989 B 


1 F N 


H 


1 


1/16/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/17/1989 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/18/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


1/19/1989 A 


10 P N 


S 


2 


1/19/1989 A 


16 N 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 A 


8 N 


S 


2 


1/20/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


1/23/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/23/1989 B 


6 N 


S 


2 


1/23/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 D 


4 N 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 D 


9 N 


S 


2 


1/25/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/26/1989 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 


1/27/1989 A 


13 N 


S 


2 


1/27/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


1 


2/01/1989 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


2/08/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


2/08/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


2/12/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


2/15/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


2/15/1989 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


2/28/1989 C 


8 N 


H 


n 


3/02/1989 B 


3 N 


S 




3/03/1989 A 


4 E 


Of 


1 


3/10/1989 A 


1 N L90 



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ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



BOARD OF GOVERNORS CHAIRMAN SHRUGS OFF MAVRETIC'S 'POT SHOT' 

LEGISLATORS MUST SHOU TRUE COLORS 

HOUSE SPEAKER CHIDES LEGISLATORS FOR GAFFES 

N.C. MAY BEGIN TAXING STATE, LOCAL PENSIONS DUE TO RULING 

DURHAM OFFICIALS TO MEET UITH TWO LEGISLATIVE LEADERS 

BARNES, MAVRETIC LISTEN TO DURHAM CONCERNS 

MAVRETIC SLAMS LID ON PORTION OF 'PORK BARREL' 

SPEAKER RIGHTLY TRIES TO TAKE CUT FROM PORK 

WHIP SAYS HE WASN'T CONSULTED ON PORK BARREL CHOP 

'TOO MANY BURDENS' COULD DOOM VETO MEASURE, GOV. MARTIN FEARS 

MAVRETIC TELLS KIWANIANS PORK BARREL SEALED 

MAVRETIC RECEIVES WARM RECEPTION AT GOP CAUCUS 

LET VETO STAND ALONE 

INSIGHT/GLASNOST IN RALEIGH A SOMETIME THING 

JERRY GENTRY/SPEAKER WANTS HIGH-TECH HOUSE 

SPEAKER EYES YEAR-ROUND COMMITTEES 

LEGISLATURE REACHES TOO FAR 

MAVRETIC LETS REPUBLICAN PRESIDE OVER STATE HOUSE 

HOUSE DEMOCRATS DIVIDED ON STANDOFF UITH SENATE 

STATE HOUSE SPEAKER MOVES TO RESOLVE STANDOF WITH SENATE 

BLACK LEGISLATORS ACCUSE MAVRETIC OF SLIGHTING THEM 

MAVRETIC TO SPEAK AT DURHAM BREAKFAST 

MAVRETIC SEEKS ABORTION PANEL 

HOUSE SPEAKER CRITICIZES LEGISLATORS FROM DURHAM 

ABORTION COMMITTEE WILL HAVE TOUGH JOB 

NEW MISSION IMPOSSIBLE? PANEL TO REVIEW ABORTION LAW HAS TOUGH... 

MAVRETIC'S REMARKS WON'T WIN SUPPORT 

PANEL ON ABORTION ISSUES HAS WOBBLY START 

SPEAKER MISREPRESENTED 

INSIGHT/MAVRETIC'S REPORT CARD 

MARTIN*. HIGHWAYS NEEDED, BUT ASSEMBLY TOOK WRONG PATH 

HOUSE SPEAKER 

RUNNING THE HOUSE 

MAVRETIC: LEAN TIME AHEAD FOR EDUCATION 

MILLER: UNDOING THE COUP? 

FORESTRY INDUSTRY WARNED TO HEED ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES 

MAVRETIC PLEDGES SUPPORT FOR ARTS 

MAVRETIC OUSTS MILLER FROM ASSEMBLY PANEL 

MILLER, HACKNEY STRIPPED OF LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE JOBS 

MAVRETIC SOWING SEEDS OF HIS OWN DOWNFALL 

POLITICS THAT MAY BOOMERANG 

SPEAKER JOE MAVRETIC LOOKS TO POWER BASE IN EAST TO GAIN RE-ELECTION 

COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED ON VOTER REGISTRATION INCLUDES MICHAUX 

MAXWELL, CARLA 

SOULFUL DANCES PERFORMED 

MAXWELL, ED (MCDONALD'S REST.) 

SIZZLE FIZZLES FOR RESTAURANT'S OPENING DAY 

MAXWELL, EDDIE 

LANDSCAPING LAWS DELAY MCDONALD'S CONSTRUCTION 
LANDSCAPING LAWS DELAY MCDONALD'S CONSTRUCTION 
RESTAURANT SITE 

MAXWELL, JIM (ATTORNEY) 
LAW FIRMS MERGING 

MAXWELL, LAFAYETTE 

HALF-WAY HOUSE FOR N.C. PRISONERS ENJOYS SUCCESS IN DOWNTOWN DURHAM 

MAY, ANDREW DEXTER (DUI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH DWI OVER WEEKEND 

MAY, DAVID (BASKETBALL) 

SENIOR DAYS/BEING MEMBER OF TAR HEELS CAME AS SURPRISE FOR MAY 

MAY, DAVID E. 

A PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT; BLENDED FAMILIES BRING UNIQUE CHALLENGES 









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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 


3/11/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


3/11/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/01/1989 A 


8 N 


H 


2 


4/04/1989 A 


12 P N 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 C 


1 N S69 


S 


2 


4/11/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 A 


1 N L40 


S 


2 


4/14/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/15/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


4/24/1989 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


4/25/1989 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


4/27/1989 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 


4/27/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/30/1989 D 


2 U L40 


H 


2 


4/30/1989 D 


5 U G33 


H 


2 


5/05/1989 A 


14 P N 


S 


2 


5/08/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/11/1989 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


5/18/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


5/23/1989 C 


6 N 


H 


2 


7/06/1989 A 


10 N 


S 


2 


7/08/1989 A 


10 N 


S 


2 


7/11/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


7/12/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


S 


2 


7/12/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


7/14/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


7/14/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


7/16/1989 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


7/17/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


7/23/1989 D 


2 U L40 


H 


2 


7/28/1989 C 


6 P N 


S 


2 


8/30/1989 A 


5 P P 


S 


2 


8/30/1989 A 


5 P P 


CHH 1 


9/14/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 10/05/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/06/1989 C 


1 P N K65 


S 


2 


10/13/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


S 


2 10/24/1989 A 


1 N B58 


H 


2 10/25/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


S 


2 10/25/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/26/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


11/05/1989 D 


3 B L40 


H 


2 11/10/1989 C 


1 N L40 


S 


2 


4/13/1989 D 


3 P N B71 


H 


2 12/08/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


S 


2 


7/14/1989 A 


1 M N C61 


S 


2 


7/14/1989 A 


1 M N S78 


S 


2 


8/01/1989 C 


1 P P S76 


S 


2 12/21/1989 A 


1 N E33 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 C 


1 P N P38 


CHH 1 


7/25/1989 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


3/02/1989 D 


1 P G C49 


S 


2 


3/22/1989 B 


1 P F S27 



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POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE UNC STUDENT WITH DUI 

MAY FACES DUI CHARGE 

NO SUSPENSION FOR TAR HEELS QB KAY 

MAY PLEADS GUILTY TO DUI CHARGE/. ..WON'T BE SUSPENDED FROM FOOTBALL 

MAY, NANCY TUTTLE (ARTIST) 

IN NEU WORK, A DARKER MAY 

MAYBERRY, HENRIETTA 

CHANGING THE WAY OF AGING 
WHO ARE THE ELDERLY? 

MAYBERRY, THOMAS J. JR. DR. (DECEASED) 
NCCU PROFESSOR DIES 
DR. THOMAS J. MAYBERRY JR. 

MAYE, ANTONIO DALE (DRUNKEN BICYCLING) 

POLICE LOG/BREAK-INS REPORTED AT SEVERAL DURHAM CHURCHES 

MAYE, STERLING L. (DRUG CHARGES) 
TWO MEN ROB CABBIE 

MAYER, PAUL 

SMALL BUSINESS OUNERS HONORED BY CHAMBER 
UINNERS 

MAYES, UILLIAM ALLEN (SPEEDING AND WEAPON CHARGES) 

FEDERAL AGENTS UANT ILLEGAL WEAPONS TRIAL FOR ORANGE CO. MAN 

MAYFIELD, ALISA 

VIOLIN LOVER PLANS TO GET DOCTORATE IN MUSIC THEORY/CLASS OF *89 

MAYFIELD, CALVIN (ORANGE HIGH SCH. STUDENT) 
ORANGE HIGH SINGERS JOIN MACY'S MARCH 

MAYHEU, RICHARD (ARTIST) 

ARTISTS ARE SPIRITUAL KIN (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-18-89) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

MAYNARD, DAVID LEE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE 3 WITH DUI 

MAYNARD, JAMES A. (BURLINGTON, N.C.) 

BURLINGTON MAYOR AND TWO COUNCILMEN RUNNING UNOF-POSED 

MAYNARD, JOHN CARL (DUI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED WITH DUI 

KAYNOR, JAMES CARLIE (ROBESON COUNTY) 

MAN GETS SEIZED BUSINESS BACK BUT SAYS HIS REPUTATION IS RUINED 

MAYNOR, JAMES HAROLD (DRUG CHARGES) 

MAN GETS SEIZED BUSINESS BACK BUT SAYS HIS REPUTATION IS RUINED 

MAYNOR UALTZ DR. 

NCCU PROFS RAP TEACHER-EDUCATION CHAIRMAN 
94X OF NCCU STUDENTS PASS TEACHER'S EXAM 

MAYO, DANNY 

DURHAM SONGWRITER EXPECTING ANOTHER NO. 1 COUNTRY HIT 

MCADAMS, JOHN SPENCER 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ASSAULT 

MCADAMS, LYDE 

16 CHARGED IN DRUG RAID 
SIXTEEN ARRESTED IN DRUG RAIDS 

KCABOO, LARRY DONNELL (MURDER CHARGES) 

SUSPECT IN SHOOTING HELD WITHOUT BOND 



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E 
B 


S I T 
E L Y 
— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 
H 

H 
TEAM CHH 


1 

2 
2 
1 


1/30/1989 A 
1/31/1989 B 
3/31/1989 B 
5/03/1989 A 


3 N 
2 P N C49 

2 N 

3 P N M70 


H 


2 


11/19/1989 E 


8 P R G68 


H 
H 


2 11/26/1989 E 
2 11/26/1989 E 


1 F S56 
1 P G S56 


S 
H 


2 
2 


7/26/1989 B 
7/27/1989 C 


2 
2 






H 


2 


7/26/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 


7/20/1989 B 


8 


N M51 


H 
S 


2 

2 


5/25/1989 C 
5/25/1989 C 


1 P N C47 

2 P P S73 


CHH 


1 


3/31/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


S 


2 


5/19/1989 C 


1 


G 


CHH 


1 


11/25/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


H 
H 


2 
2 


2/17/1989 D 
2/18/1989 A 


6 P R 668 
2 N 


CHH 


1 


4/18/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 


1 


8/05/1989 B 


1 


N H60 


CHH 


1 


9/18/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 




1/11/1989 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


1/11/1989 D 


4 


N 


S 
S 


? 
2 


3/25/1989 C 
4/07/1989 A 


1 
1 


N 
N B53 


H 


2 


5/C8/1989 A 


6 


U W66 


CHH 


1 


11/14/1989 A 


6 


N 


S 

H 


2 

2 


8/19/1989 C 
8/20/1989 C 


1 
1 


N B53 
N M51 


CHH 1 


9/19/1989 A 


1 


N M70 



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SHOOTING INCIDENT LEADS TO INDICTMENT 

MCADOO, WALLACE LEE (MURDER VICTIM) 

SUSPECT IN SHOOTING HELD WITHOUT BOND 
SHOOTING INCIDENT LEADS TO INDICTMENT 
CASE SHOULD BE TRIED 

MCADOO, WILBERT J. 

OFFICIALS DEFEND GARBAGE STRATEGY 

MORE DUMP SITES TO CLOSE 

COUNTY HOPING MEASURES WILL BOOST RECYCLING 

COMMISSIONERS MULL DEARTH OF DUMPSTERS 

COUNTY PLANS TO OPEN FOUR REGIONAL DUMP SITES BY SEPTEMBER 

TWO BUILDINGS NOW ASBESTOS FREE 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT ENTERS NEW HEADQUARTERS 

COUNTY PUTS FINISHING TOUCHES ON DUMP SITES 

MEETING TURNOUT PLEASES MCADOO 

THIEVES MAKE OFF WITH RECYCLABLES 

MCAFEE, GEORGE 

KIWANIAN OF THE YEAR 

MCALPIN, RICHARD M. (ARTIST) 

ARTISTS RECEIVE GRANTS FROM ARTS COUNCIL 
3 SHOWS, 3 ARTISTS, 3 STYLES 
PORTRAITS... BY THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN 
MCALPIN USES VIVID COLORS TO MAKE IMPACT 

MCBROOM, CECIL (AYAA) 

GROUP TO HANG HOOPS IN NEW HOME 

MCBROOM, JOSEPH RAYMOND 

JOSEPH MCBROOM, OWNER OF RENTAL BUSINESS 

MCBROOM, MARGARET 

CHANGING THE WAY OF AGING 
WHO ARE THE ELDERLY? 

MCBROOM, THOMAS AUGUSTUS (DRUNKEN DRIVING) 

POLICE LOG/HILLSBOROUGH MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

MCCAIN, FRANKLIN (CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST) 

GREENSBORO LUNCH-COUNTER PROTESTER MARKS MARTIN LUTHER KING BIRTHDAY 

MCCAIN, WILLIE JUNIOR (PRISON ESCAPEE) 
PERSON COUNTY SEEKS 4 ESCAPEES 
3 OF 4 PERSON JAIL ESCAPEES CAUGHT 

MCCALL, ADELINE DENHAM (DECEASED) 

MRS. ADELINE D. MCCALL, 88, WELL KNOWN MUSIC EDUCATOR 
ADELINE MCCALL UNLOCKED KIDS' EARS TO MUSIC/PEOPLE ON THE GO 
EXECUTIVE MANSION: A GREAT PLACE TO VISIT/PEOPLE ON THE GO 
MUSICAL CELEBRATION TO HONOR ADELINE MCCALL/AROUND TOWN 

MCCANTS, KEVIN LAMAR (AUTO THEFT CHARGES) 

POLICE ARREST SIX PERSONS, RECOVER THREE STOLEN CARS 

MCCARSON, SCflH LEE (BURGLARY CHARGES) 
PERSONAL RECORDS LEAD TO SUSPECT 

MCCARTY, KENNETH JR. DR. 

DUKE DOCTOR FILES SUIT AGAINST FELLOW PHYSICIAN 

DUKE REPORTEDLY SOLD CONTROVERSIAL CANCER TEST DESPITE PENDING SUITS 

NETWORK WON'T HAVE TO TURN OVER TAPED INTERVIEWS WITH DUKE OFFICIALS 

MCCASKILL, FOSTER III 

DEATH SUIT JUDGMENT AT $100,000 

MCCAULEY, BILLY COLON (RAPE SUSPECT) 

TOWN WORKER CHARGED WITH MAY 19 RAPE 



CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 



CHH 1 9/19/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/18/1989 A 



N H90 



1 N M70 

3 N H90 

4 L 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/09/1989 

3/11/1989 

3/28/1989 

5/05/1989 

6/08/1989 

6/15/1989 

8/25/1989 

11/20/1989 

12/16/1989 

12/17/1989 



M N M20 
M N M20 

N M20 
P N M20 
M N M20 
P N M20 

N M20 
P N M20 
P N M20 
P N M20 



H 2 3/02/1989 B 6 P P T37 



S 2 1/06/1989 C 

H 2 7/23/1989 E 

S 2 8/03/1989 D 

S 2 8/03/1989 D 



S 2 11/28/1989 B 
H 2 3/20/1989 B 



H 2 11/26/1989 E 
H 2 11/26/1989 E 



CHH 1 2/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/23/1989 A 



S 2 3/14/1989 A 
H 2 3/15/1989 C 



H 2 2/18/1989 C 

CHH 1 2/26/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/12/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/20/1989 A 



H 2 6/26/1989 C 
H 2 3/03/1989 C 



S 2 4/20/1989 C 
H 2 7/15/1989 C 
S 2 8/22/1989 B 



CHH 1 7/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/04/1989 A 



1 P N B71 
8 P R G68 

1 P P T37 

2 P F B71 



5 N A76 

12 



1 F S56 
1 P G S56 



10 N 
1 P N R63 



1 N B53 
1 P N 



2 

8 U 

7 U 

7 P U 



4 N 
1 N 



4 N 
1 N 
1 N 



3 N 
1 N M70 



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MCCAULEY, CLAY JO (DRUG CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/MEN ROB WORKERS 

MCCAULEY, DEXTER 

TWO MEN INDICTEIJ IN AREA ROBBERIES 

MCCAULEY, EVELYN M. (DRUG CHARGE) 
DRUG DWELLING CHARGE FILED 

MCCLAIN, CURTIS LAMONT (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MOTEL AND RESTAURANT ROBBED; THIRD HOLDUP ATTEMPT THWARTED 

MCCLAMB, GEORGIA ANNA (DECEASED) 

FUNERAL HELD WEDNESDAY FOR MRS. MCCLAMB, 103 

MCCLARY, CINDY 

'COMPUTER DOCS' HELP BRIDGE TECHNOLOGY GAP 

MCCLARY, DAN 

3 DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOST BID 

CAMPAIGN COSTS 3 REPUBLICANS UNDER $32,000 

MCCLARY ELECTED GOP CHAIRMAN 

BOTH PARTIES SEE POTENTIAL SAINS IN LIMITED RUNOFFS 

DURHAM COUNTY GOP HEAD RAPS COUNTY BOARD FOR 'WASTING MONEY' 

COMMISSION CHAIRMAN BELL AVOIDS COSTS OVERRUN ISSUE 

MCCLATCHEY, DEVEREAUX (FALSE DRIVERS LICENSE) 

STUDENTS TO PERFORM SERVICE FOR MAKING FALSE LICENSES 

MCCLAY, DAVID R. JR. 

THREE RECEIVE TOP TEACHING AWARD AT DUKE 

MCCLEARY, HAROLD (DRUG CHARGES) 

'BIG FISH' IN SEA OF DRUGS GETS 13-YEAR TERM 
MAN DRAWS 13 YEARS ON DRUG COUNTS 

MCCLELLAN, CHARLES RICHARD (DISORDERLY CONDUCT) 
SNOWBALL FUN LANDS TWO MEN IN JAIL FOR NIGHT 

MCCLEOD, JOSEPH (STABBING CHARGE) 

POLICE CATCH SUSPECT IN WOMAN'S STABBING 
TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

MCCLINTON, ROBERT (DRUG CHARGES) 

HILLSBOROUGH DRUG DEALERS PLEAD GUILTY 
CEDAR GROVE MAN GETS 20-YEAR JAIL SENTENCE 



MCCOLLUMf- GRISSOM, CAROLYN 

SEA OF SUFFERING; GARY WOMAN WORKS TO SAVE TINY. 
CLEARING THE RECORD 



(CORRECTED 5-2-89) 



MCCOMBS, JOHN EXCELL JR. 

N.C. WANTS TO FREE DURHAM OFFICER'S KILLER 

KILLER'S SHORT PRISON STAY SPARKS ANGER 

LT. GOV. SAYS HE'S DISGUSTED WITH PLAN TO FREE MCCOMBS 

GOV. MARTIN CALLS MCCOMBS' PAROLE DECISION 'A MISTAKE' 

OFFICER'S KIN RAPS PAROLE COMMISSION 

OFFICER'S KIN RAPS PAROLE COMMISSION 

MARTIN, GARDNER RAP KILLER'S PAROLE 

MCCOMBS PLANS TO STAY IN CHARLOTTE, ATTORNEY SAYS 

PAROLE COMMISSION ERRS 

RELEASING KILLER SENDS WRONG MESSAGE 

CONVICTED MURDERER MAY LEAVE JAIL SATURDAY 

GULLEY, ROYAL OPPOSE RELEASE 

ttCCOMBS CALLED VALUED WORKER 

MOST PRISONERS GET EARLY PAROLE 

GARDNER TELLS RALLY AT NORTHERN HIGH HE'LL TRY TO HALT MCCOMBS* RELEASE 

GARDNER TO OFFER EVIDENCE TO BLOCK PAROLE 

JUDGE! PAROLE BOARD DIDN'T WEIGH EVIDENCE 



CHH 1 10/21/1989 A 2 N 

CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 3 N H90 

CHH 1 10/24/1989 A 5 N 

H 2 9/11/1989 B 6 N M51 

H 2 1/05/1989 C 6 



H 


2 


3/06/1989 C 


5 P N K65 


S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


2/08/1989 A 
2/09/1989 A 
3/05/1989 B 
7/09/1989 A 
7/26/1989 B 
8/21/1989 A 


1 N M06 
1 N M06 
1 N 
1 P N S69 
1 P N H65 
4 L 



H 2 4/05/1989 B 



H 2 10/13/1989 B 9 P N 



3/17/1989 A 
3/17/1989 C 



16 
1 



CHH 1 2/20/1989 A 



N 

N B53 



N R63 



CHH 


1 12/06/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 


1 12/14/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 


1 1/05/1989 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 


1 2/11/1989 A 


2 


N H90 


H 


2 4/30/1989 A 


1 P N P41 


H 


2 5/02/1989 A 


2 


N 


S 


2 11/27/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 11/28/1989 A 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 11/28/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 11/29/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 11/29/1989 A 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 11/29/1989 A 


1 


N S22 


S 


2 11/29/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 11/30/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/30/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 


1 11/30/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 11/30/1989 A 


1 


P N B53 


S 


2 11/30/1989 A 


1 


N E33 


S 


2 11/30/1989 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 11/30/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 12/01/1989 A 


1 


P N S22 


S 


2 12/01/1989 A 


1 


P N B53 


S 


2 12/01/1989 A 


1 


N B53 



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MCCOMBS PUT ON PAROLE DESPITE GARDNER'S PLEA 

MCCOMBS PUT ON PAROLE DESPITE GARDNER'S PLEA 

SLAIN OFFICER'S BROTHER SEEKS PAROLE EXPLANATION 

MCCOMBS CASE GENERATING HEAVY-DUTY POLITICAL REACTIONS 

KEEPING JUSTICE A SECRET 

PAROLE DEMONSTRATES COMPASSION 

KILLER'S PAROLE SHOULD SPUR CHANGES IN LAUS 

PAROLE BOARD FREES ACCUSED DEPUTY KILLER 

VICTIM'S WIDOW CRITICIZES PAROLE 

VICTIM'S DAUGHTER OPPOSES PAROLE IN MURDER CASE 

STEF'HENS CHOSE NOT TO OPEN PAROLE HEARING 

DA WWTS PUBLIC PAROLE HEARINGS 

SMITH TO ENTER DA'S RACE 

MARTIN URGES BOND ISSUE FOR PRISONS 

STEPHENS DEMANDS PUBLIC REVIEWS OF PAROLE FOR ALL DURHAM PRISONER'S 

DA REACTED TOO LATE 

DA'S PAROLE ACTION SMACKS OF POLITICS 

MCCOMBS DESERVES HIS PAROLE 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY SEEKS CHANGES IN PAROLE LAUS 

AUTHOR JILL MCCORKLE/FEATURED GUEST FOR 'THE CAROLINA COLLECTION' SERIES 
JILL MCCORKLE TO SPEAK AT UNC MONDAY 

MCCORKLE, SUSANNAH 

ALBUM ENRICHES AND PRESERVES ELLINGTON TUNES 

MCCORMACK, MIKE (NFL) 

NFL EXHIBITION FIRST STEP TOWARD GAINING EXPANSION TEAM 

MCCORMICK, JOHN 

HATCH ACT DOESN'T APPLY— ATTORNEY 

MCCORMICK, WILLIAM (PRINCIPAL) 

PRINCIPAL RECEIVES ADVOCACY AWARD 

MCCOTTER, DEWITT CLINTON (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/ROCKY MOUNT MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

MCCOVEY, WILLIE LEE (STRETCH) 

STRETCH; SAN FRANCISCO GREAT WILLIE MCCOVEY STILL IN MEMORIES OF MANY 

MCCOY, CHARLES DR. 

PARENTS-ADOLESCENTS COMMUNICATIONS TALK SET AT TEER HOUSE 

MCCOY, EDDIE (OXFORD) 

REQUEST TO ADDRESS OXFORD BOARD DENIED 

MCCOY, VICTOR 

POLICE ARREST 2 MORE IN DRUG ROUNDUP 

MCCRACKEN, QUINTON 

DUKE DB'S SURVIVE RECORD ASSAULT 

MCCRAE, GARY ANTHONY (DRUG/ASSAULT CHARGES) 

MALE INMATE, 19, IN COUNTY JAIL SEXUALLY ATTACKED 
ROBBERY GUILTY PLEAS BRING 10-, 20- YEAR TERMS 

MCCREA, BARRY (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 

5TH MAN IS ARRESTED IN SERIES OF HEISTS 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 5 

MCCREA, FRANK (DECEASED) 

EX-POLICEMAN MCCREA DIES; AMONG FIRST BLACKS ON FORCE 

MCCREA, JOHN ERNEST 

PITTSBORO MAN ROBBED OF CAR AND MONEY OUTSIDE LOUNGE 

MCCULLOCH, WILLIAM (CH NEWSPAPER) 

ZIMMERMAN TO LEAVE NEWSPAPER POSITION 









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D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


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


2 12/02/1989 A 
2 12/02/1989 A 
2 12/02/1989 A 
2 12/03/1989 D 
2 12/03/1989 D 
2 12/03/1989 D 
2 12/04/1989 A 
2 12/07/1989 A 
2 12/07/1989 A 
2 12/09/1989 A 
2 12/15/1989 A 
2 12/15/1989 A 
2 12/15/1989 A 
2 12/16/1989 A 
2 12/16/1989 A 
2 12/17/1989 D 
2 12/18/1989 A 
2 12/20/1989 A 
2 12/29/1989 A 


1 N S22 
1 N L40 

1 N C61 

2 U L40 

4 E 

5 U 
4 E 

1 N B53 
1 N B53 
9 N 
1 P N S82 
1 N B53 
1 P N 653 
1 N 
1 N S82 
4 E 
4 E 
4 L 
1 N B53 


CHH 1 11/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/03/1989 A 


10 P P 
7 P N 


H 


2 5/25/1989 B 


1 P R S66 


H 


2 5/04/1989 D 


1 


N C49 


CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 6/15/1989 A 


5 


N 


S 


2 5/22/1989 D 


3 P U D18 


H 


2 12/01/1989 C 


4 


N D80 


H 


1 4/13/1989 C 


1 


N T33 


S 


2 2/09/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 11/13/1989 D 


3 P N F25 


H 
H 


2 2/20/1989 B 
2 9/19/1989 B 


1 
1 


N M51 
N S82 


S 

s 


2 4/01/1989 C 
2 4/04/1989 A 


1 
1 


N 
N B53 


H 


2 11/09/1989 C 


8 P 


H 


2 7/09/1989 B 


8 


N M51 


CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 


3 


N 



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MCCULLOUGH, BARBARA ANN (SHOPLIFTING) 
WOMAN CHARGED WITH SHOPLIFTING 

MCCULLOUGH, ROXIE 

ROXIE MCCULLOUGH LEAVES TKEM SPELLBOUND 

MCCUTCHEON, JOHN (MUSICIAN) 

MUSICIAN HELPS MARK ANNIVERSARY OF MELEE (CORRECTED) 

MCCUTCHEON, LOU 

3 DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOST BID 
MCCUTCHEON RECEIVES WESTHAMPTON AWARD 

MCDANIEL, ROSCOE JAMES JR. (MURDER VICTIM) 
MAN DRAWS MORE THAN 40 YEARS IN SLAYINGS 

MCDEVITT, STEPHEN 
ANOTHER HOUSE 

MCDONALD, EUGENE DR. 

THE DUKE FOREST DEBATE/DUKE WILL PROTECT ITS PLANS FOR FOREST 

MCDONALD, FLORENCE (FIRE) 

ELDERLY WOMAN ESCAPES BURNING HOME 

MCDONALD, JOHN (MCDONALD'S DRUGSTORE) 

NINTH ST. - FROM THE COTTON MILL TO THE HEALTH FOOD STORE 

MCDONALD, KENNETH WAYNE (DRUG CHARGES) 
16 CHARGED IN DRUG RAID 
SIXTEEN ARRESTED IN DRUG RAIDS 

rtCBOUGALD, ANDREW (WILLOW SPRINGS) 
TOWN TO GET FACILITY FOR AGED 

MCDOWELL, GEORGE (FIREBOMBING) 
FIREBOMBING ARREST MADE 

MCDOWELL, GEORGE (STABBING) 

POLICE SAY 3 STABBED IN 2 JULY 4 ARGUMENTS 

MCDOWELL, JOSEPH (ASSAULT SUSPECT) 
BOXER FACES DEADLY WEAPON CHARGE 

MCDOWELL, ROBERT HENRY (MURDER CHARGES) 

COURT REFUSES TO HEAR APPEAL IN KLAN CASE 

MCDOWELL, THOMAS 

PROPOSED ORANGE CO. AIRPORT WOULD 'RELIEVE' RDU 

MCDOWELL, TOMMY (INDECENT LIBERTIES) 

INDECENT-LIBERTY INDICTMENTS ISSUED BY DURHAM GRAND JURY 

MCDOWELL, WILLIAM HENRY 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ASSAULT 

MCEVOY, CHRIS 

NORFOLK ST. KNOCKS OFF NCCU 

MCFADDEN, CORA 

CITED BY COMMITTEE 

MCFADDEN, DEBBIE 

CO-OP DAY-CARE CENTER PLEASES PARENTS 

MCFADDEN, GEORGE (DRUG/ AUTO THEFT CHARGES) 
MAN FACES COCAINE, STOLEN CAR CHARGES 



H 


2 


9/20/1989 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


6/20/1989 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 10/27/1989 D 


4 P F 


S 
S 


2 
2 


2/08/1989 A 
6/09/1989 C 


1 N M06 
4 N 


S 


2 


3/08/198* C 


1 N 


S 


2 


7/13/1989 C 


5 P P S76 


CHH 


1 


3/19/1989 A 


5 P J 


H 


2 


1/16/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


5 

c 


3/19/1989 E 


1 P Q 556 


S 
H 


2 
2 


8/19/1989 C 
8/20/1989 C 


1 N B53 
1 N M51 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


3 N C62 


H 


2 


3/07/1989 B 


5 N 


S 


2 


7/05/1989 A 


14 N 


H 


2 


1/02/1989 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


2/22/1989 B 


6 N 


CHH 


1 


5/21/1989 A 


7 P N L90 


H 


2 


8/22/1989 B 


1 N S82 


CHH 


1 


11/14/1989 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


12/06/1989 D 


1 N 


S 


2 


3/06/1989 C 


1 P P C45 


H 


2 


9/29/1989 C 


1 P N K65 


H 


2 


3/26/1989 B 


3 N 



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MAKING FURNITURE IS LABOR OF LOVE 

MCFARLAND, KENNETH 
NEW OFFICERS 
STAGVILLE CELEBRATES SEASON FOR LIBERTY 

MCFARLAND, LESLIE 

MCFARLAND CUT QUITE A PATH THROUGH DUKE 

MCFARLAND, SPANKY 

•LITTLE RASCAL' HAS INTEREST IN CLASSIC 
IT'S A FIVE-STAR LINEUP FOR GOLF CLASSIC 

MCGEE, JERRY (FORMER DUKE FOOTBALL PLAYER) 

'61 BLUE DEVILS RELISH RENEWAL OF DUKE FORTUNES 

MCGEE, MIKE 

MCGEE DOES IT 'HIS WAY' AT USC 

MCGEE, WENDY (RECYCLING COORDINATOR) 

OFFICIALS HIT STREETS TO PLUG RECYCLING PROGRAM EXPANSION 
HILLSBOROUGH COPING WITH RECYCLING PAINS 
CHRISTMAS RECYCLING PROGRAM EXCEEDS ITS LIMIT 

MCGEORGE, RANDY 

'BIG MAN' MCGEORGE GROWING USED TO LIMELIGHT 
MCGEORGE FOLLOWS FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS 

MCGHEE, JOHNNIE WAYNE (MURDER CHARGE) 
HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN SLAIN 
HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN KILLED IN KNIFE ATTACK 
HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN KILLED IN KNIFE ATTACK 
- NEIGHBORS WONDER WHAT THEY COULD HAVE DONE 
NEIGHBORS WONDER WHAT THEY COULD HAVE DONE 
MURDER CASE SENT TO TRAIL 

MCGHEE, ROY (REALTOR) 

REALTORS SAY TIME TO BUY IS NOW 

MCGILL, ALICE (STORYTELLING) 
THE STORYTELLER 

MCGINNIS, ANNA 

IOG HONORS TWO 

MCGINNISS, JOE 

INSIGHT/MURDER: THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ILLUSION, REALITY 

MCGINTY, DANIEL WAYNE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/HILLSBOROUGH MAN FACES DWI CHARGE 

MCGLOHON, LOONIS 

•CENTENNIAL EXTRAVAGANZA' WILL BEGIN FRIDAY AT ELON COLLEGE 

IT WAS A JAZZY WEEKEND 

NOBELIST, MAGNATE AMONG '89 N.C. AWARD WINNERS 

MCGOVERN, JENNIFER 

SEWER FUNDS NEEDED TO EASE PROBLEMS; POLITICAL GROUPS... AT ODDS... 

REVIEW OF '86 BONDS WILL IMPROVE PLANNING 

CORRECTION 

DEVELOPER BLASTS PROPOSED ORDINANCE 

MCGOVERN, MAUREEN (SINGER) 

MAUREEN MCGOVERN ON BILL WITH SYMPHONY IN RALEIGH 

MCGRATH, JAMES (AIDS DEMONSTRATION) 
AIDS ACTIVISTS ARRESTED IN RTP 

4 ACTIVISTS STORM BURROUGHS WELLCOME IN PROTEST OVER COST OF AIDS DRUG 
AZT COST PROTESTERS HAVE CASES DISMISSED 



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S 2 12/28/1989 A 6 P F G59 



2 5/06/1989 A 
2 12/01/1989 A 



5 P P S73 
8 P F S27 



H 2 7/14/1989 B 1 P U 



S 2 5/20/1989 A 1 P N H65 
H 2 10/17/1989 D 2 P F 



H 2 12/29/1989 B 1 U MS8 
S 2 1/05/1989 B 1 P U F25 



CHH 1 11/06/1989 A 1 N 
CHH 1 11/10/1989 A 3 N W57 
CHH 1 12/30/1989 A 3 N M70 



H 2 10/12/1989 B 3 P N B40 
S 2 11/01/1989 D 2 P N P52 



S 2 12/08/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/21/1989 A 



1 N 

1 P N W57 

1 P N D38 

1 P N D38 

1 P N W57 

1 P N H90 



CHH 1 10/29/1989 A 3 N S17 

H 2 12/14/1989 A 6 P F S56 

CHH 1 6/06/1989 A 15 N 

H 2 2/19/1989 D 1 P F 

CHH 1 3/08/1989 A 5 N 



H 1 4/20/1989 C 1 N H60 
H 2 10/24/1989 A 6 P R S66 
H 2 10/28/1989 A 1 P N 



S 2 1/25/1989 A 1 N H70 

S 2 1/26/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 2/10/1989 A 2 N 

S 2 4/06/1989 A 1 N H70 



H 2 1/06/1989 D 9 P N 



S 2 4/25/1989 A 1 N 
H 2 4/26/1989 A 1 P N C47 
H 2 5/05/1989 A 12 N 



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PERSON AIR CRASH KILLS 2 GTE PILOTS 

2 GTE EMPLOYEES KILLED IN PERSON JET CRASH 

SAFETY BOARD PROBES CAUSE OF PLANE CRASH 

INVESTIGATORS EXAMINING WRECKAGE OF GTE AIRPLANE IN PERSON COUNTY 

INVESTIGATORS SEEK CLUES IN DEBRIS OF GTE JET CRASH 

MCGUINN, ROGER (FOLK SINGER) 
THIS BYRD NOW FLYING SOLO 

MCGUIRE, BARBARA 

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE; NCMH VOLUNTEER BRIDGES EMERGENCY ROOM. . .GAP 

MCGUIRE, FRANK 

FRIENDLY WAR WOULD SPICE ACC'S DIET 

MCINNIS, EDWARD JEROME 

POLICE LOG/MOTEL AND RESTAURANT ROBBED | THIRD HOLDUP ATTEMPT THWARTED 

MCINTYRE, EDISON 

VOTING BEST WAY TO SHOW INDEPENDENCE 
TOWEL FOOTBALL SEASON ENDS 

MCIVER, DOUGLAS PETER (STABBING VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/STABBING VICTIM GOES INTO CARDIAC ARREST 
MAN IS STABLE WITH STAB WOUND 

MCKAY, KATRINA (MURDER CHARGE) 
MOTHER CHARGED WITH MURDER 
MOTHER HELD IN LOUISBURG SLAYINGS 
POLICE SEEK MOTIVE IN CHILD SLAYINGS 
RELATIVES HAVE NO CLUE IN CASE OF 3 SLAIN CHILDREN 

MCKAY, ROSELY BARBARA (FAYETTEVILLE) 

RELATIVES HAVE NO CLUE IN CASE OF 3 SLAIN CHILDREN 

MCKAYLE, DONALD (CHOREOGRAPHER) 

THE BLACK TRADITION/MODERN DANCE'S LOST LINE IS RECLAIMED AT THE ADF 

MCKEAN MEG 

ELECTION UPSET MAY MARK WATERSHED IN JAPANESE POLITICS 

MCKEE, CARLTON JR. 

COLONIAL INN IS SOLD 

NO PIZZA HERE; NEW OWNERS CARRY ON COLONIAL INN'S SOUTHERN CUISINE 

MCKELLAR, JOHN PAUL (DECEASED) 

JOHN PAUL MCKELLAR N.C. AFL-CIO LEADER 

MCKERNAN, JOHN R. JR. 

MCKERNAN! ABORTION ISSUE AIDS GOP CANDIDATES 

MCKINLEY, DALE 

SPOKESMAN SAYS CIA WON'T DEBATE CAMPUS OPPONENTS 
PROBATION SENTENCE GIVEN TO MCKINLEY 

MCKINLEY, NANCY (TEACHER/WRITER) 

TURTLES, BOOBIES — AND A MAN HOLDING AN EGG 

MCKINNEY, BONES 

COME MEET BONES MCKINNEY 

MCKINNEY, CHARLES 

N.C. HALLS OF FAME TO INDUCT H.C. CRANFORD OF DURHAM, 8 OTHERS 
NINE TO RECEIVE HALLS OF FAME HONORS 

MCKINNEY, CRAIG 

DUKE STUDENTS PRESENT TO PROVOST CONCERNS ON TREATMENT OF BLACKS 
BLACK STUDENTS SEEK EDITOR'S REMOVAL 



N E 

P D 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 1 

S 2 



S 

E 

— DATE — C 

10/02/1989 A 
10/03/1989 A 
10/03/1989 A 
10/04/1989 C 
10/04/1989 B 



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I T 
L Y 

-PG L P BYL 

1 P N E33 
1 M N 

1 N C61 

1 P N H60 

1 M N C61 



H 2 
CHH 1 



1/06/1989 D 
1/30/1989 A 
9/22/1989 B 
9/11/1989 B 



7/03/1989 A 
11/21/1989 D 



10/16/1989 B 
10/17/1989 A 



11/16/1989 A 
11/17/1989 A 
11/17/1989 A 
11/18/1989 C 



11/18/1989 C 
6/22/1989 B 
7/26/1989 C 



S 2 

cm l 



9/04/1989 A 
9/07/1989 A 



H 2 
H 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



12/24/1989 B 
10/26/1989 C 



10/11/1989 A 
10/19/1989 A 



H 2 
H 2 



S 2 
CHH 1 



H 2 
S 2 



6/18/1989 E 
12/15/1989 B 



3/16/1989 C 
3/17/1989 A 



4/21/1989 C 
11/30/1989 A 



11 P F H90 
1 P N S17 

1 U M88 
6 N M51 



4 U M06 
4 P N 



6 N M51 
3 N 



1 M N B53 

1 N 

1 P N B53 

1 P N 



1 P N 
1 P F M31 

3 N R60 



1 P N C61 
3 P N H90 



2 P 
1 P N N36 



3 P N S17 
3 P N 



3 P W 
SPA 



1 P N 
5 P N 



1 P N N36 

11 P N 



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THE SPORTING YEARS/SUCCESS OF TEAMS, FAN SUPPORT KEEP SPORTS LIVELY.., 

MCKINNON, BRENDA P. 

FAISON SHUFFLES ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS 

MCKINNON, MATTHEW LONNIE (SHOOTING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/MASKED MAN ROBS RESTAURANT 

MCKINNON, RONALD I. 

3 RECEIVE UNC'S KENAN ENTERPRISE AMARUS 

MCKISSICK, ANUREE 

'I'VE COME A LONG UAY, BABY,' SPEAKER SAYS OF 1959 INTEGRATION 
SOMBER EVENT MARKS 30 YEARS OF INTEGRATION 

MCKISSICK, FLOYD SR. REV. 

ACTIVISTS SAY KING'S HOPE UNFULFILLED 

YEARS LATER, ACTIVISTS MEET IN DURHAM 

DURHAM TAKES TIME TO RECALL KING'S EFFORTS 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

SOUL CITY PROJECT MAY ADD 1,300 JOBS 

RIGHTS ACT IN 'Ml DURHAM'S DREAM ON PAPER/THE NEW DAY - THEN & NOW 

MCKISSICK, MAGNOLIA THOMPSON (DECEASED) 

MRS. MCKISSICK, MOTHER OF SOUL CITY FOUNDER 

MCKNIGHT, DAVID P. (CHARLOTTE) 

TALK ALONG THE HIGHWAYS, BYWAYS MOSTLY 'FINAL FOUR' 
COUNTRY STAR'S CAREER CUT SHORT BY ALCOHOL 

MCKOY, DOCK JR. 

COURT REFUSES TO HEAR APPEAL IN KLAN CASE 

MCLAIN, DENNIS N. (GOODWILL INDUSTRIES) 

GOODWILL EXEC SLAMS COUNCIL OVER BUILDING REGULATIONS 

MCLAIN, TRACY MAE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/TWO WOMEN FACE CHARGES OF DWI 

MCLAUGHLIN, JEAN 

EXHIBIT SHOWS A MERGING OF ART WITH REAL WORLD 

MCLAUGHLIN, SUEWFOOT 

A CUP OF THE BLUES AT DUKE COFFEEHOUSE/FOUR HEADLINERS 

MCLAURIN, JERRY W. (BINGO) 

OASIS BINGO CLUB IS TAKING NO MORE CHANCES IN DURHAM 

MCLAURIN, RODNEY (DECEASED) 

JORDAN HIGH STUDENT DIES OF GUNSHOT 
SHOOTING DEATH STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION 

MCLAURIN, TIM 

TWO TAR HEEL NOVELISTS DISPLAY TALENT AT DURHAM COUNTY LIBRARY 
SNAKEHANDLER, HOG CALLER HEADED FOR NINTH STREET 
WOODROW'S TRUMPET SATIRIZES 'LIBERAL' NEWCOMERS 
AUTHOR MCLAURIN TO SPEAK 

MCLAUHORN, JEFFREY RAY (N.C. HIGHWAY PATROL) 
MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING TROOPER 

MCLEAN, FRANCES (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 
POLICE CHARGE WOMAN WITH ROBBERY 
CHURCH JANITOR ASSAULTED, ROBBED FOLLOWING PRAYER 

MCLEAN, KAREN VANESSA (STABBING VICTIM) 
WOMAN STABBED IN CHEST 

MCLEAN, LYMAN K. 

HENDERSON MAN IS MILITIA LT, COLONEL 



N E 

P D 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



— DATE — 
4/19/1989 

10/07/1989 

9/17/1989 

3/22/1989 



9/03/1989 
9/05/1989 



1/16/1989 
1/17/1989 
1/17/1989 
2/02/1989 
2/14/1989 
7/02/1989 



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C -PG L P BYL 

H 1 P F B31 

C 1 N C47 

B 4 N M51 

A 10 P N 



H 2 
H 2 



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



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



4/01/1989 
5/12/1989 



2/22/1989 
2/15/1989 
2/15/1989 
6/04/1989 
11/17/1989 
1/07/1989 



9/22/1989 
9/23/1989 



2/19/1989 

6/01/1989 

8/10/1989 

11/25/1989 



S 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 1 



9/26/1989 
9/27/1989 



7/16/1989 
7/11/1989 



1 P N C47 
1 P N S92 



1 P N C47 
1 P N C47 
1 P N M06 
5 P G 
1 M N M06 
1 P F N36 



H 2 1/19/1989 C 6 



1 N 
5 N 



6 N 

1 N S69 
A 10 N 
E 8 P R G68 

4 P F B71 

1 N 382 



5 N 
1 N 



3 U H45 
2 P F B71 

1 P N H90 

2 N 



H 2 3/15/1989 A 9 N 



1 N B53 

2 N 



B 3 N 
B 1 P N H60 



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MCLEAN, RON 

CLUB NOVA TAKES ON MYTHS OF MENTAL ILLNESS 

MCLEAN, SHIRLEY ANN 

5 WOMEN, MAN ARRESTED IN PROSTITUTION ROUNDUP 

MCMAHON, JIM 

PROFESSIONAL SPORTS JOBS OFTEN SHORT-LIMED 

MCMAHON, JOHN ALEXANDER 

HEALTH AFFAIRS FORUM BEGINS TODAY 

MCMANUS ADAM 

GROUP OF DUKE STUDENTS ABSTAINS ROM SEX 

MCMASTERS, LINDA (CHATHAM CO. HEALTH DEPT.) 

CHATHAM HEALTH BOARD OFFICIAL URGES PAY INCREASES 

MCMEANS, KEITH 

CAVS' MCMEANS READY FOR BLUE DEVIL OFFENSE 

MCMICHAEL, WILLIAM JOHN III (DECEASED) 
LOCAL MAN KILLED IN 4 A.M. STRUGGLE 
TESTS DETERMINE MAN KILLED IN STRUGGLE NOT INTOXICATED 
MCMICHAEL CASE STILL A MYSTERY 
NEW ANGLE CONSIDERED IN MCMICHAEL CASE 
FOX? MCMICHAEL ON LSD WHEN SHOT 
HIGH NOON IN THE DRUG WAR 
MCMICHAEL AUTOPSY FINDS NO DRUGS 
FOXJ MCMICHAEL DECISION NOT BASED ON DRUG TESTS 

MCMILLAN, ALEX 

N.C. CONGRESSMEN HAD TOTAL OF $500,000 IN OUTSIDE INCOME IN '88 

MCMILLAN, CAMPBELL WHITE DR. 

AHEC: CURRENT AIRPORT IS 'IDEAL' SITE 

MCMILLAN, DOUGALD (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/PUBLISHER CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

MCMILLAN, JAMES B. (JUDGE) 

TWO FEDERAL JUDGES IN N.C. SAY ASSETS MAY TOP *1 MILLION 

MCMILLAN, JENNIFER 

EDUCATION FUND CHAIRMAN NAMED 

MCMILLAN, R. D. JR. (LOBBYIST) 

THE SMILE OF UNC/R.B. MCMILLIAN LOBBIES FOR UNC WITH A HANDSHAKE AND... 
CORRECTION 

MCMILLIAN, DOLLIE FAYE (ASSAULT CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN CAR 

MCMORROW, KATHLEEN A. 

THE LURE OF LIPOSUCTION 

MCNAIR, ANTONIO (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/ MAN CHARGED AFTER BREAK-IN AT 3 BUSINESSES 

MCNALLY, ANDREW IV 

MAP PUBLISHER DECRIES CURRENT STATE OF STUDENTS' GEOGRAPHICAL KNOWLEDGE 

MCNEAL, JAMES DENNIS 

BURNING MAN PULLED FROM FIERY 1-85 CRASH 
LAST WEEK'S GOOD SAMARITAN 

MCNEAL, PETER (INDECENT LIBERTIES) 

INDECENT-LIBERTY INDICTMENTS ISSUED BY DURHAM GRAND JURY 



CHH 1 7/16/1989 A 3 P N S17 

H 2 11/23/1989 C 1 N M51 

S 2 8/23/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 5/18/1989 C 2 N 

H 2 7/19/1989 C 4 N 

CHH 1 11/13/1989 A 3 N M25 

S 2 9/21A989 B 1 P N F25 



CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 1 P N M70 

CHH 1 1/12/1989 A 1 N M70 

CHH 1 1/13/1989 A 3 N M70 

CHH 1 1/14/1989 A 3 N M70 

CHH 1 1/21/1989 A 1 P N M70 

CHH 1 1/22/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 1/26/1989 A 3 N M70 

CHH 1 3/15/1989 A 1 P N M70 



H 2 5/24/1989 D 11 N 

CHH 1 3/20/1989 A 1 N S17 

CHH 1 8/05/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 6/08/1989 B 6 N 

H 2 9/26/1989 B 8 N 



CHH 1 5/10/1989 A 1 P N M20 
CHH 1 5/11/1989 A 2 N 



H 2 8/23/1989 B 6 N M51 

CHH 1 1/02/1989 A 3 D N 

H 2 11/09/1989 C 1 N M51 

CHH 1 4/21/1989 A 3 P N S17 



H 2 10/05/1989 A 1 N M51 
H 2 10/08/1989 D 4 E 



H 2 8/22/1989 B 1 N S82 



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COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT ON AGENDA 

MCNEIL, JEFFREY (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 

MCNEIL SENTENCED TO 17 YEARS FOR ROBBING 2 CABBIES 

MCNEIL, MAMIE 

NEW MEDICARE RULING TO CURB AMBULANCE USE 

MCNEIL, WILLIE R. (RAPE/ROBBERY SUSPECT) 
JURY TO DELIBERATE ON RAPE CASE TODAY 
JURY FINDS MAN GUILTY OF BURGLARY; DRAWS LIFE 
MCNEIL GETS LIFE PLUS 40 IN RAPE CASE 
JUDGE AWARDS VICTIM A HOME 
INFORMANTS; SOME ARE PROS, PERHAPS TO EASE PRESSURE ON SaVES 

MCNEIL, WILLIE RODERICK (SHOOTING SUSPECT) 

SHOOTING AFTER FOOTBALL GAME NETS 15-YEAR TERM 
MAN CHANGES PLEA, ENDS TRIAL ON SHOOTINGS 

MCNEILL, FRED D. JR. 

NCCU HALL OF FAME INDUCTS 7 

MCNEILL, HENRY (SHOOTING SUSPECT) 

POLICE LOG/ARGUMENT LEAVES MAN WITH 5 GUNSHOT WOUNDS 

MCNEILL, JAMES E. (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/THREE CHARGED IN SEPARATE DWI CASES 

MCNEILL, RODNEY FLYNN (PRISON ESCAPEE) 
ESCAPEE CONFESSES TO 237 BREAK-INS 
MCNEIL FACES 121 BREAK-IN CHARGES 
POLICE TIE SILVER THEFTS TO MCNEIL 
DURHAM MAN HELD FOR BREAK-INS ESCAPES 
MAN CHARGED WITH HUNDREDS OF BREAK-INS ESCAPES AGAIN 
SUSPECT IN BREAK-INS STILL SOUGHT 

VICTIM OF BREAK-IN SAYS: 'MY CHILDREN ARE SCARED AT NIGHT' 
TWO ESCAPEES STILL ELUDING AREA OFFICERS 
FUGITIVE BREAK-IN SUSPECTS ARRESTED 
MCNEILL ARREST SPURS THEFT PROBE 
FOUR-TIME ESCAPEE CAPTURED IN ALAMANCE 
MAN FACING 177 CHARGES PLACED UNDER $1 MILLION BOND 
♦1 MILLION BOND SET FOR SUSPECT IN MULTIPLE THEFTS 
BREAK-IN ARTIST GETS 51 YEARS 
MAN FACES ANOTHER 52 BREAK-IN CHARGES 
A LOVING, CARING PERSON 

BREAK-IN SUSPECT COULD FACE SENTENCES OF 3,000 YEARS 
51 NEW INDICTMENTS GIVE MAN 330 
MCNEILL BYPASSES HEARING ON BREAK-INS 
MCNEILL WAVES ARRAIGNMENT ON 176 BILLS OF INDICTMENT 

MCPARTLAND, MARIAN 

UMBRIA JAZZ FESTIVAL 

MCPARTLAND'S CONCERT ENTERTAINS AND EDUCATES 

MARIAN MCPARTLAND PUTS ON CLASS ACT AT N.C. UMBRIA 

MCPHERSON, REGINA ERIKA (ASSAULT CHARGES) 
INJURED STUDENT NOW RECOVERING 

MCPHERSON, SAMUEL D. JR. DR. 

MCPHERSON HOSPITAL FULFILLING ORIGINAL MISSION 

MCQUAIG, JOSEPH MARIO (ROBBERY SUSPECT) 

CEDAR GROVE MAN GETS 20-YEAR JAIL SENTENCE 

MCRAE, CHARLES FRANK JR. (STABBING VICTIM) 
POLICE HOLD MAN, SEEK 2ND IN MURDER 
ARREST MADE IN STABBING DEATH 
DURHAM POLICE SEEK 2ND MAN IN SLAYING 
POLICE CHARGE 2ND MAN IN FATAL STABBING 
POLICE ARREST SECOND MAN IN STABBING DEATH 



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H 2 5/31/1989 C 2 N J40 



H 2 6/22/1989 D 10 N 



H 2 7/07/1989 C 1 N C60 



3/02/1989 C 
3/02/1989 C 
3/03/1989 C 
3/03/1989 C 
3/06/1989 A 



2 5/03/1989 D 13 
2 5/03/1989 B 1 



N S82 
N B53 
N S32 
N 
N S82 



N 
N B53 



S 2 4/25/1989 C 
H 2 10/02/1989 B 



5 P N A76 

6 N M51 



CHH 1 4/30/1989 A 7 N 



H 


2 


1/25/1989 A 


1 


P N M51 


S 


2 


2/01/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


S 


2 


2/02/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


3/29/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


S 


2 


3/29/1989 C 


1 P N B53 


CHH 1 


3/30/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


H 


2 


3/30/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


CHH 


1 


5/16/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


H 


2 


6/26/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


6/26/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


CHH 1 


6/27/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


S 


2 


7/12/1989 B 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


7/13/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


CHH 


1 


8/17/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


S 


2 


8/23/1989 B 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/30/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 




9/06/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


9/19/1989 B 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


10/26/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 10/27/1989 B 


9 


N S32 


S 


2 


3/30/1989 D 


5 


P N 


H 


2 


4/18/1989 A 


6 


R S66 


S 


2 


4/20/1989 D 


3 


R C58 


CHH 


1 


2/16/1989 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 


6/09/1989 B 


1 P F H65 


CHH 


1 


2/11/1989 A 


2 


N H90 


S 


2 


6/12/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


6/13/1989 C 


14 


N 


S 


2 


6/13/1989 A 


12 


N B53 


S 


2 


6/15/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


6/16/1989 C 


2 


N 



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2 MEN INDICTED FOR MURDER 

MCRAE, FRANK JR. (MURDER VICTIM) 

MERRITT GETS 20-YEAR TERM FOR JUNE STABBING DEATH 
KERRITT RECEIVES 20-YEAR JAIL TERM IN SHOOTING DEATH 

MCSHALL, DARREN ALI (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 

THREE MEN CHARGED IN HOLDUP OF 3 PEOPLE IN APARTMENT OFFICE 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 5 

16-YEAR-OLD GETS 15-YEAR SENTENCE IN ARMED ROBBERIES 

MCSHERRY, BLAKE 

MCSHERRY HAS LAST LAUGH WITH OCI TITLE 

MCSURELY, ALAN 

LAWYERS SQUARE OFF OVER EDWARDS CASE 
EDWARDS' ATTORNEY 'CONFIDENT' 

MCSWAIN, MARK CARSELLE 

CHATHAM F-OLICE LOG/SILER MAN FACING DRUG CHARGES 

MEAD, ROBERT J. JR. DR. 

DXTOR'S PRACTICE RESTRICTED UNDER CONSENT ORDER 

MEADE, MICHAEL 

MEN'S NETWORK TO HOST MEADE PERFORMANCE 

MEADOWS, JAYNE (ACTRESS) 

JAZZ CONCERT HERALDS MONK INSTITUTE 

THELONIOUS ASSAULT; "FAMILY" REUNION PLANNED AT DUKE 

MEADOWS(- ROGERS, ARABELLA REV. 

DREAM FINALLY REAL FOR GENESIS HOME BELIEVERS 

YWCA NAMES ITS WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT 

YWCA RECOGNIZES SEVEN WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT WINNERS AT ANNUAL BANQUET 

MEBANE, CHET 

hillside-fike: CLASSIC hoops matchup, take two 

MEBANE, JOHN GILMER III (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH DWI, OTHER OFFENSES 

KECHAM, EVAN (ARIZONA) 
MECHAM NOT DETERRED 
CHURCH HARFtlONS LAMf-OONER 

MEDAIROS, TONY 

LEGION LEADER WANTS TO RECRUIT YOUNGER VETS 

MEIUN, JOHN G. JR. 

FOUR MEN ELECTED AS UNC-CH TRUSTEES 

MEDLOCK, DAVID 

NEWS DIRECTOR SET TO LEAVE WCHL 

OFFICIALS SAY THEY'LL MISS THIS REF'ORTER; WCHL NEWS DIRECTOR PRAISED.. 

MEDRANO, CHARLES JESSE (FALSE IDENTIFICATION) 

DUKE FRESHMEN CHARGED AFTER OFFICERS FIND 44 FALSE DRIVER'S LICENSES 

MEEKS, VALERIE "KITTY" (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/ROBBER ATTACKS WOMAN IN SEARS LOT 

MEESE, EDWIN III 

CORRUPTION WITHOUT PROSECUTION 

MEETAM, WILLARD AUSTIN JR. (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/CHATHAM CO. MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

MEGGINSON, JENNY 

DECISION BARRING BLACK FAMILY HAS SWIM CLUB DIVIDED 



N E 
P D 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



S 

E 

— DATE — C 

7/26/1989 C 



12/13/198? C 
12/13/1989 C 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



3/23/1989 C 
4/04/1989 A 
9/13/1989 C 



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2 N 



3 N 
6 N 



6 N M51 
1 N B53 
3 N 



H 2 8/07/1989 B 2 P N C4? 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 



H 2 
H 2 



S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
CHH 1 



12/17/1989 A 
12/23/1989 A 



H 2 

CHH 1 



CHH 1 
, CHH 1 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



10/06/1989 A 
8/05/1989 B 
1/30/1989 A 



1/01/1989 C 
1/13/1989 D 



1/14/1989 C 
3/05/1989 E 
3/11/1989 C 



12/21/1989 B 
8/09/1989 A 



4/08/1989 A 
5/26/1989 A 



7/17/1989 B 
6/11/1989 A 



2/18/1989 A 
3/10/1989 A 



3/11/1989 C 
12/20/1989 C 
1/24/1989 A 
1/10/1989 A 
7/18/1989 A 



1 P N S17 
1 P N S17 



6 N 
14 N C60 
3 P N S17 



1 P N 
11 P F W66 



1 P N H65 
1 P F S56 
1 N W66 



3 P N B40 

7 N 



4 E 
4 E 



1 P N BOS 
3 N S17 



3 N 
3 P N M70 



1 N P38 

1 N M51 

4 E 

3 N 

1 N S17 



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FIGHT OVER BLACKS MAY COST CLUB MEMBERS, PRES. SAYS 

MEGGINSON, KEITH (CHATHAM COUNTY PLANNER) 
PLANNER URGES GOVERNORS CLUB DELAY 
CHATHAM BOARD TO CONSIDER 2-LOT SUBDIVISION 
CHATHAM BOARD WOULD REZONE LAND FOR MEMBER 
CHATHAM MAY REZONE DESPITE OWNER'S WISHES 

MEIER, RUTH ANN 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/RUTH ANN MEIER 

MELOTT, ROBERT „ 

BILL WOULD STRIP ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS AGENCY OF INDEPENDENCE 
AGENCY DIRECTOR PLANS TO LEAVE HIS JOB IN JUNE 
WIDER REPORTING RULES WOULD REASSURE CITIZENS 

MELTON, HARVEY JR. 

ANIMAL CONTROL MEANS ANIMAL LOVE FOR A COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER 

MELTON, ROY JR. 

COOK CONJURING CAJUN CUISINE FOR CARNIVAL 

CAJUN FLAVOR 

HE CAN COOK ONSTAGE AND OF 

MELTON, WILLIAM (DECEASED) 

CONFESSED KILLER FREE ON PROBATION 
JUDGE ORDERS GRAVETTE JAILED 
CROWD PLEADS CASE FOR GRAVETTE 
GRAVETTE BOND REQUEST REJECTED 

MENACHE, JACQUES 

D.A. PONDERS ARTSCENTER, LANDLORD LINK 
D.A. PONDERS ARTSCENTER, LANDLORD LINK 
SBI TO PROBE ARTSCENTER SITE SALE 
BOARD'S KNOWLEDGE OF TRANSACTION QUESTIONED 

MENACHE, ROGER (STRIPPER) 

ALL HE WANTS TO DO IS DANCE; LIFE IS HUNKY-DORY FOR CHIPPENDALE'S... 

MENDEZ, JOSE OSMIN (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CARRBORO MAN FACES CHARGE OF DWI 

MENGELE, JOSEF 

UNFITTING NICKNAME UNDERSCORES HORROR 

MERCALDO, ANDREW P. 
FOUR OF A KIND 

MERCER, CHARLES DR. 

SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT HONORS COUPLE 

MERCER, FLORRIE SMYTHE 

SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT HONORS COUPLE 

MERCER, PAUL (AUTO THEFT) 

POLICE LOG/PEDESTRIAN HOSPITALIZED BY HIT-AND-RUN VEHICLE 

MERCKER, KENT 

DIAMOND CHIPS 

MEREDITH, JAMES 

1ST BLACK AT OLE MISS TAKES JOB WITH HELMS 

JAMES CAN HELP JESSE BETTER REPRESENT N.C. 

POLITICAL MARRIAGE BY SHIFURECK 

NOW JIM... YORE FIRST JOB WILL BE TO FIND ME A TRANSPORTATION ADVISUH... 

BLACK FORMER PRESS SEC, SAYS HELMS MISUNDERSTOOD 

MERGNER, JAMES T. 

TOWN OKS OPEN SPACE STUDY FUNDS 
NEW OWASA MEMBER STRESSES EXPERIENCE 



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CHH 1 7/20/1989 A 1 N S17 



CHH 1 2/03/1989 A 1 M N M25 

CHH 1 3/07/1989 A 3 P N M25 

CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 1 P N M25 

CHH 1 7/15/1989 A 1 P N M25 



2 4/22/1989 D 3 P B 



H 2 4/14/1989 C 1 N L40 
H 2 5/18/1989 A 18 N 
S 2 5/24/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 7/02/1989 A 1 P N S17 



CHH 1 8/24/1989 A 
S 2 8/24/1989 D 
S 2 8/24/1989 D 



CHH 1 4/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/26/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/15/1989 A 



CHH 1 12/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/29/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/28/1989 A 
S 2 7/27/1989 A 
H 2 8/13/1989 E 



3 P N H90 

1 P P T32 

2 D F B71 



1 N R63 
3 P N M70 
1 P N H90 
1 P N H90 



1 P N C62 
1 P N M70 
1 P N C62 
1 N C62 



H 2 2/10/1989 D 9 P F S56 



9 N 
4 E 
7 P P T32 



H 1 5/11/1989 C 1 N H60 

H 1 5/11/1989 C 1 N H60 

H 2 8/14/1989 B 5 N M51 

S 2 5/27/1989 B 1 P U P52 



H 2 9/27/1989 A 1 P N 

S 2 9/27/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 9/28/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 10/01/1989 D 4 T T C50 

CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 2 N 



CHH 1 9/26/1989 A 1 N M70 
CHH 1 9/28/1989 A 3 N M25 



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MERRICK, HODARI 

COMPETITION FIERCE FOR TOP BLACK STUDENTS 



H 2 7/10/1989 B 1 N 



MERRIMAN, LEONARD III 

PILOT SURVIVES CRASH NEAR RDU 
PLANE CRASHES, BURNS NEAR RDU,- 



PILOT WALKS AWAY FROM WRECKAGE 



HERRITT, CARLTON BERNARD (MURDER SUSPECT) 

POLICE CHARGE 2ND MAN IN FATAL STABBING 

POLICE ARREST SECOND MAN IN STABBING DEATH 

2 MEN INDICTED FOR MURDER 

MERRITT GETS 20-YEAR TERM FOR JUNE STABBING DEATH 

MERRITT RECEIVES 20-YEAR JAIL TERM IN SHOOTING DEATH 

MERRITT, RODNEY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LQG/CARRBGRO POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH BUI 
POLICE LOG/THREE CHARGED IN SEPARATE BUI CASES 

MERRITT, SHERLENE (ASSAULT VICTIM) 

MAN GETS SEVEN YEARS FOR THEFT, ASSAULT 



METTS, BUBBA (DUKE FOOTBALL) 

BUBBA METTS ANCHORS DEVILS' 



FIGHTING LINE 



METTS, CAREY GREGORY IV 

KNEE INJURY FALSE ALARM; METTS STARTING FOR DEVILS 
DUKE'S OFFENSIVE SUCCESS VS. TIGERS CENTERS ON METTS 
BUBBA AND THE BOYS MAKE DUKE OFFENSE GO 

METTS, CHARLES JR. (ROBBERY CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN, 2 INTRUDER'S EXCHANGE SHOTS 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

METTS, JOE (BURLINGTON) 

GROUP PLANNING TO RENOVATE NINE-STORY BURLINGTON BUILDING 



METTS, TIMOTHY ANTHONY (BREAKING & ENTERING) 
POLICE LOG/SHOOTING CASE SUSPECT HELD ON 

METZGER, JON 

MUSICIAN'S GOOD VIBES ARE GETTING BETTER 



84 CHARGE 



METZGUER, TOM 

FATHERS OF THE YEAR 

MEYER, PHILIP 

AFTERNOON PAPERS SURVIVE BEST IN SMALL N.C. CITIES 



S 2 11/14/1989 A 
H 2 11/15/1989 C 



2 6/15/1989 C 
2 6/16/1989 C 
2 7/26/1989 C 
2 12/13/1989 C 
2 12/13/1989 C 



CHH 1 2/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/30/1989 A 



H 2 2/07/1989 C 
S 2 11/14/1989 D 



H 2 8/29/1989 B 
S 2 10/03/1989 D 
H 2 10/20/1989 B 



H 2 8/31/1989 C 
H 2 9/02/1989 A 



H 1 3/08/1989 C 
H 2 12/19/1989 C 



MEYERS, CAROL L. DR. (DUKE U.) 

JEWISH, CHRISTIAN SCHOLARS TO HOLD CONFERENCE H 2 4/20/1989 C 

DUKE ARCHEOLOGISTS PLAN TWO VOLUMES ON EXCAVATION AT SEPPHORIS IN ISRAEL H 2 9/16/1989 C 

DUKE ARCHAEOLOGISTS MAKE IMPORTANT DISCOVERY IN ISRAEL S 2 11/24/1989 C 

MEYERS, ERIC DR. 

DUKE ARCHEOLOGISTS PLAN TWO VOLUMES ON EXCAVATION AT SEPPHORIS IN ISRAEL H 2 9/16/1989 C 

DUKE ARCHAEOLOGISTS MAKE IMPORTANT DISCOVERY IN ISRAEL S 2 11/24/1989 C 



MEYERS. KATKRYN 

DURHAM TEACHERS FAVOR PLAN OF EVALUATING OWN WORK 

MEYERS TO BACK SCHOOL-BUILDING PLAN 

IT'S TIME TO ACT ON DURHAM COUNTY'S HIGH SCHOOL EQUALIZATION PLAN 

EQUALIZE ALL HIGH SCHOOLS 

MICHAEL, GEORGE DONNEL (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

SUSPECTS SNARED AFTER 7-HOUR CHASE (CORRECTED 2-5-89) 
POLICE HOLD 3 IN PAWN SHOP THEFTS (CORRECTED 2-6-89) 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 



S 2 7/07/1989 A 

S 2 10/23/1989 A 

H 2 11/14/1989 A 

H 2 11/15/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/04/1989 A 

S 2 2/04/1989 A 

H 2 2/05/1939 B 

CHH 1 2/06/1989 A 



1 P N B53 
1 N H60 



1 N B53 

2 N 

2 N 

3 N 
6 N 



2 N 
7 N 



3 N S82 
1 P N D18 



3 P N C49 
1 P N D18 
1 P N C49 



2 N M51 
2 N 



1 N H60 
1 N M51 



H 2 6/13/1989 A 6 P R S66 



CHH 1 6/21/1989 A 7 P F 



H 2 10/09/1989 B 1 N N36 



3 N 
2 N D80 
2 P N 



N D80 
P N 



1 N S92 

1 N E33 

5 U 

4 E 



1 P N R63 

1 P N T37 

1 N 

1 N 



MICHAELS, WILLIAM EDWARD (DECEASED) 



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FORMER VENABLE TOBACCO PRESIDENT MICHAELS, 68 

MICHAELSON, 0. V. 

FINDING A HOME IN HIS MUSIC 

MICHAUX, H. M. "MICKEY" JR. 

DURHAM HOUSE MEMBERS BACK RAMSEY 

MARTIN LUTHER KING'S VISITS INSPIRED H.M. MICHAUX 

STATE HOUSE NOW BODY OF MINORITIES 

MAVRETIC DOLES OUT HOUSE COMMITTEE CHAIRMANSHIPS 

INSIGHT/TALK OF TAX HIKE GAINING INTENSITY 

SECOND PRIMARY FOES SEE CHANGES AS CHANCE 

DRUG DEALERS SHOULD STAY IN N.C. PRISONS 

TWO BLACK LEGISLATORS SAY RACISM BLOCKING MERGER 

KEEPING DRUG DEALERS IN PRISON GOOD MOVE 

3 DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOST BID 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

17 BLACK LEGISLATORS FEEL INFLUENCE GROWING 

LEGISLATORS SAY MORE STATE SPENDING MEANS FINDING NEW REVENUE SOURCES 

EASIER VOTER REGISTRATION GOAL OF TWO MICHAUX BILLS 

NCCU GETS BELATED SHARE OF LEGISLATURE'S LIMELIGHT 

MARTIN TO HOST NCCU BASKETBALL TEAM 

HOUSE SPEAKER CHIDES LEGISLATORS FOR GAFFES 

BLACK LEGISLATORS TO BOYCOTT SESSION IN OLD SLAVE MART 

MARKET POOR CHOICE FOR STATE'S CELEBRATION 

MISSING AN OPPORTUNITY ; SLAVE MARKET COULD BE PLATFORM FOR ELOQUENCE 

ELECTIONS BOARD PUSHES NEWSPAPER ENDORSEMENTS BILL 

BLACK CAUCUS BOYCOTTS TRIP 

MICHAUX: 30 WHITE LAWMAKERS JOIN FAYETTEVILLE BOYCOTT 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY HOLDS CEREMONIAL SESSION IN FAYETTEVILLE 

TEACHERS AGAIN MARCH IN RALEIGH - THIS TIME TO THANK SUPPORTERS 

BILL TO END RUNOFFS GAINS IN N.C. SENATE 

THE SMEARING OF DURHAM 

N.C. SENATE TENTATIVELY OKS PLAN TO REDUCE NUMBER OF RUNOFFS 

VOTER-SIGNUP BILL SQUEAKS BY PANEL 

SENATE OKS BILL TO CUT RUN-OFFS 

DURHAM LEGISLATORS CRITICIZE DRUG BILLL 

PANEL REJECTS REGISTRATION OF VOTERS ON ELECTION DAYS 

CLOSED PORK BARREL DOESN'T END SCRAMBLE FOR FUNDS 

LAWMAKERS NITFICK MICHAUX'S VOTER-REGISTRATION IDEAS 

COMMITTEE APPROVES BILL TO ALLOW POST CARD VOTER REGISTRATION 

MICHAUX CLOSER TO GOAL OF ELECTION CHANGES 

PANELS REJECT CUTS OF VACANT STATE JOBS 

QUESTIONS RAISED ON LEGISLATORS' KIN WORKING FOR STATE 

LEGISLATIVE AIDES PULL NAME-TAG SWITCH 

WIDER REPORTING RULES WOULD REASSURE CITIZENS 

MICHAUX OPTIMISTIC OVER HUNT'S ANTI-RUNOFF BILL 

BLACK LEGISLATORS ACCUSE MAVRETIC OF SLIGHTING THEM 

MAGAZINE AD TOUTS NCCU, SEEKS FUNDS FOR PROGRAMS 

2 DURHAM LEGISLATORS OPPOSE NEW ABORTION BILL 

NCCU TRYING TO RAISE PROFILE WITH AD CAMPAIGN 

SHIFTING OF MONEY MAY POSE LAST HURDLE TO ADJOURNMENT 

MARTIN, MICHAUX SWAP BARBS OVER MINORITY REPRESENTATION 

COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED ON VOTER REGISTRATION INCLUDES MICHAUX 

COUNTY ASKS LAWMAKERS' HELP ON JOINT-PROJECT TAXES 

MICHAUX! N.C. GOT BAD WASTE-PACT DEAL (CORRECTED) 

CORRECTIONS 

INSIGHT/ '...TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE' 

BLACKS AND GOP HELP EACH OTHER IN N.C. LEGISLATURE 

ALL FIVE MEMBERS OF LEGISLATURE FROM COUNTY LIKELY TO RUN AGAIN 

FIVE DURHAM RESIDENTS CHOSEN FOR GANTT ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

MICHEL, HENRY DEFORREST (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTIONS 
POLICE AGAIN RE-IDENTIFY PAWN SHOP THEFT SUSPECT 

MICHIE, CHARLES MARTIN (DECEASED) 

CHARLES MARTIN MICHIE, EX-ROXBORO COUNCILMAN 



H 2 1/10/1989 C 12 



H 2 6/15/1989 B 1 P F M60 



s 


2 


1/09/1989 A 


1 N M06 


s 


2 


1/13/1989 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 


1/15/1989 D 


2 U L40 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


1/29/1989 D 


2 P U L40 


H 


2 


1/30/1989 A 


1 N L40 


s 


2 


1/30/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/01/1989 C 


1 N 046 


s 


2 


2/06/1989 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


2/08/1989 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


2/09/1989 A 


11 P G 


H 


2 


2/20/1989 B 


IP N 


H 


2 


3/07/1989 B 


1 P N 046 


H 


2 


3/14/1989 C 


1 N R53 


H 


1 


3/22/1989 C 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


3/28/1989 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


4/01/1989 A 


8 N 


H 


2 


4/01/1989 C 


1 P N L40 


s 


2 


4/04/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/09/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


4/11/1989 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


4/12/1989 C 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


4/14/1989 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


4/15/1989 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/27/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


4/27/1989 C 


3 N L40 


H 


2 


4/28/1989 A 


9 P N L40 


S 


2 


5/01/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


5/04/1989 C 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


5/08/1989 A 


1 N L40 


S 


2 


5/09/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


1 


5/10/1989 C 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


5/14/1989 B 


9 N 


H 


2 


5/17/1989 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 


5/19/1989 C 


2 N 


S 


2 


5/19/1989 A 


5 P J Oil 


S 


2 


5/24/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/19/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


7/06/1989 A 


10 N 


H 


2 


7/08/1989 C 


1 P N S82 


S 


2 


7/13/1989 A 


1 P N T77 


H 


2 


7/16/1989 B 


1 N N36 


H 


2 


8/12/1989 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 


8/13/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


11/10/1989 C 


1 N L40 


S 


2 


12/05/1989 C 


1 P N H65 


S 


2 


12/08/1989 A 


1 N C61 


S 


2 


12/14/1989 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


12/17/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


12/17/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


12/22/1989 C 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


12/31/1989 B 


10 N R63 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 B 


1 N 


CHH 1 


2/06/1989 A 


1 N 


S 


n 


2/06/1989 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 C 


1 N M51 



H 2 4/10/1989 B 12 



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MICKEY, PAW. DR. 

DIVINITY PROFESSOR'S BOOK LOOKS AT CAUSES OF 'DEBLOCK DEADLOCK' 
HIKE PROFESSOR! NEGATIVITY CAN'T HEAL WITH PROTRACTED BAKKER SAGA 
FINANCIAL SCANDALS ILLUSTRATE NATION'S GREEB, PROFESSOR SAYS 

MICKIE, TOM 

DUKE'S MICKIE TAKES ACC POST 

MIDDLETON, BROOKIE 

DURHAM RESIDENTS SALVAGE 'TWISTED' LIVES 
TORNADO RELIEF CENTER OPENS FOR DURHAM AREA 

MIDDLETON, HANK (BUTNER) 
POLICE CHIEF ERRED 

MIDDLETON, NANCY (MUSICIAN) 

NANCY MIDDLETON; HER POWER-PACKED VOICE IS MAKING ITSELF HEARD... 

MIGGS, JIM 

CITY-SUBSIDIZED BUSINESSES CAN UNDERCUT COMPETITION 

MIKA, KAREN 

N.J. WOMAN'S LAWSUIT FAULTS PYEUACKET, SHRIMP PATE 

KILBURN, COURTENAY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/CARRBORO WOMAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

MILES, CARMILLE 

LOCAL OFFICIALS HONOR PROGRAM FOR ARE TEEN-AGE PARENTS 

MILES, CHRISTOPHER (DRUG CHARGES) 

OXFORD POLICE SEIZE 59 HEROIN BUNDLES 

MILES, JASON 

ART IN THE FAMILY; PAINTING, GALLERY CONNECT STYERS' THREE GENERATIONS 

MILES, JERRY LOUIS (DWI AND DRUG CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/5 SUSPECTS FACE DRUG CHARGES 

MILES, JIM 

ART IN THE FAMILY; PAINTING, GALLERY CONNECT STYERS' THREE GENERATIONS 

MILES, JOEL H. (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH DWI OVER WEEKEND 

MILES, SUZI 

ART IN THE FAMILY; PAINTING, GALLERY CONNECT STYERS' THREE GENERATIONS 

MILLAN, B. H. (POLICE OFFICER) 

DURHAM'S TWIN COPS FIND DUTIES DOUBLY CHALLENGING 

MILLAN, DOUGLAS G. (DURHAM POLICE OFFICER) 

DURHAM'S TWIN COPS FIND DUTIES DOUBLY CHALLENGING 

MILLAR, CLAIRE 

MILLAR TO SPEAK ON UNC TALK SHOW 

MILLARD, CHARLES (UNC-CH ACKLAND ART MUSEUM) 
ACKLAND RECEIVES OUTREACH POST GRANT 

MILLER, BILL (DURHAM ATHLETIC PARK) 

BASEBALL FANS WILL FIND NO CORN SPROUTING IN BILL MILLER'S INFIELD 

MILLER, BRIAN WILLIE (ROBBERY CHARGE) 

CONVENIENCE STORE ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 

MILLER, FLORENTINE 

PASQUINI DISAPPOINTED AT PUBLIC SAFETY HIRING 

NEW ASSISTANT TOWN MANAGER STILL WAITING FOR SUMMER LULL 



H 2 3/19/1989 B 
H 2 10/24/1989 B 
H 2 12/06/1989 D 


9 N ISO 
1 P N 
12 N 


H 2 


5/19/1989 B 


1 P N M14 


H 2 
H 2 


5/06/1989 A 
5/23/1989 A 


5 P N S69 

1 N R63 


H 2 


1/23/1989 A 


4 L 


H 2 


5/04/1989 B 


1 P F Zll 


H 2 


6/21/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/02/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


4/30/1989 A 


7 N 


CHH 1 


5/13/1989 A 


5 N 


H 1 


1/24/1989 B 


1 N 


H 2 


8/04/1989 D 


1 P P T32 


H 2 


8/13/1989 B 


8 N 


H 2 


8/04/1989 D 


1 P P T32 


CHH 1 


5/10/1989 A 


9 N 


H 2 


8/04/1989 B 


1 P P T32 


H 2 


10/02/1989 A 


1 P N M51 


H 2 


10/02/1989 A 


1 P N M51 


CHH 1 


8/15/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/23/1989 A 


5 P N 


H 2 


6/25/1939 B 


1 U N36 


CHH 1 


12/24/1989 A 


1 N U57 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 
7/21/1989 A 


1 N M70 
3 P N M70 



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MILLER, GEORGE 

DURHAM HOUSE MEMBERS BACK RAMSEY 

MAVRETIC SHOULDN'T LET VOTE DECIDE KEY POSTS 

DURHAM DELEGATION MAY LOSE SOME CLOUT 

MILLER FILES BILL TO CONTINUE ADJUSTMENT OF UTILITY RATES 

BASKETBALL ALLEGATIONS MAY SPUR STUDY OF SPORTS LAUS 

KEEPING DRUG DEALERS IN PRISON GOOD MOVE 

3 DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOST BID 

MILLER'S BILL SEEKS OPEN MEETINGS OF COMMITTEES 

OPEN-MEETING BILL SETS PROPER STANDARD 

MILLER LAUDS HIS CHILD SAFETY SEAT LAW 

ANTI-SECRECY LEGISLATION NEEDED 

MILLER FILES BILL ON TAX AMNESTY PROGRAM 

PANEL ENDORSES CONTINUING UTILITIES' FUEL COST 'TRUE-UPS' 

LEGISLATORS SAY MORE STATE SPENDING MEANS FINDING NEW REVENUE SOURCES 

INSIGHT/GOVERNOR BESIEGED BY HIS OWN PARTY 

TAX-CRACKDOWN PROPOSAL GAINING LEGISLATIVE GROUND 

ABORTION BILL NEEDS TOUGH LEGAL BYPASS 

IMPACT FEES, ROAD FUNDS TOP DURHAM MEET 

MILLER DOUBTFUL ABOUT IMPACT FEES, GAS TAX 

MILLER: MUST BLOCK WASTE BILLS 

MILLER5 LEGISLATORS CAN LEGALLY HOLD CLOSED-DOOR CAUCUSES 

CITY SHOULD BACK OFF; THE CITY COUNCIL SEEKING TO CONTROL PRIVATE LAND 

MILLER, PRESS ASSOCIATION URGE MORE OPENNESS BY LEGISLATURE 

PLUG THE SECRECY LOOPHOLES 

COUNTY, STATE TUSSLE ON MENTAL HEALTH LAW 

MILLER HELPS LEAD WAY FOR OPEN GOVERNMENT 

PANEL APPROVES BILL EXTENDING TIME TO PAY BACK TAXES 

N.C. HOUSE VOTES TO OPEN MORE LEGISLATIVE MEETINGS 

'RUN-ON BILLS' MINGLE POLITICS WITH PHILOSOPHY IN LEGISLATURE 

MORE OPENNESS MAKES FOR BETTER GOVERNMENT 

MILLER SUGGESTS $100,000 STUDY OF UNC SYSTEM 

A VOTE FOR OPENNESS 

TAX AMNESTY PROGRAM DESERVES TOP PRIORITY 

LEGISLATIVE YAWNS, WHISPERS IN RALEIGH 

miller: NEW CORPORATIONS act may lure BUSINESSES TO N.C. 

N.C. HOUSE TORPEDOES SENATE BILL 

RADIOACTIVE WASTE PACKAGE APPROVED 

2 DURHAM LEGISLATORS OPPOSE NEW ABORTION BILL 

MAVRETIC'S REMARKS WON'T WIN SUPPORT 

PUBLIC NEEDS DEFENSE AGAINST LEGISLATORS 

CHAMPION FOR THE PUBLIC 

MILLER WINS PRESS HONOR 

AMENDMENTS WEAKEN OPEN MEETINGS BILL 

MILLER WORKS HARD FOR OPEN GOVERNMENT 

MILLER PROVISION CALLS FOR PRIVATE AGENCIES LISTING STATE MONEY USE 

$1.8 BILLION SPENDING BILL GETS HOUSE'S OK 

MILLER MAY MAKE RUN FOR N.C. HOUSE SPEAKER 

MILLER: UNDOING THE COUP? 

MAVRETIC OUSTS MILLER FROM ASSEMBLY PANEL 

MILLER, HACKNEY STRIPPED OF LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE JOBS 

MAVRETIC SOWING SEEDS OF HIS OWN DOWNFALL 

POLITICS THAT MAY BOOMERANG 

MILLER*. UNC-SYSTEM SETUP NEEDS REVAMPING BEFORE 3RD DECADE 

MAKE EDUCATION THE PRIORITY 

ADDRESS EDUCATION HIGHWAY-STYLE 

ALL FIVE MEMBERS OF LEGISLATURE FROM COUNTY LIKELY TO RUN AGAIN 

MILLER, GLENN (WHITE SUPREMACIST) 

COURT REFUSES TO HEAR APPEAL IN KLAN CASE 

MILLER, GREGORY EDWARD (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE TWO IN DWI INCIDENTS 

MILLER, JAMES (POSTER EXHIBIT) 

'WARNING'; INTERNATIONAL AIDS POSTERS AT UNC 

MILLER, JOSEPH L. "JODY" DR. 
DENTIST SUIT GOES TO TRIAL 



1/09/1989 A 
1/13/1989 A 
1/14/1989 C 
2/01/1989 B 
2/01/1989 D 
2/06/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/10/1989 
2/15/1989 
2/16/1989 
2/17/1989 
2/17/1989 
2/24/1989 
3/07/1989 B 
3/19/1989 D 
3/27/1989 B 
4/01/1989 A 
4/03/1989 A 
4/04/1989 C 
4/09/1989 B 
4/19/1989 A 
4/25/1989 
4/25/1989 
4/27/1989 
5/01/1989 
5/01/1989 
5/03/1989 B 
5/12/1989 C 
5/14/1989 B 
5/19/1989 A 
5/22/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/24/1989 
6/27/1989 
6/29/1989 
7/07/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/14/1989 
7/17/1989 
7/22/1989 
7/22/1989 
7/24/1989 
7/26/1989 
8/03/1989 
8/09/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/05/1989 
10/24/1989 
10/25/1989 
10/25/1989 
10/26/1989 
11/14/1989 
11/16/1989 
11/16/1989 
12/22/1989 



H 2 2/22/1989 B 

CHH 1 9/09/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/07/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/02/1989 A 



N M06 

E 

N L40 

N L40 

N 046 

E 

N M06 

N L40 

E 

N L40 

E 

N 

N 

N 046 

U L40 

N 

E 

N M06 

N 

N 

N L40 

E 

N 

E 

N H65 

E 

N 

N L40 

N 

E 

N 

E 

E 

P 

J Oil 

N L40 
10 P N 
1 P N T77 
4 E 
4 E 

E 

N 

E 

E 

N L40 

N 



1 

4 
1 

4 
9 
4 
1 
1 
4 
1 
4 

10 
11 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1 
6 
3 
9 
4 
8 
4 
1 
4 

14 
1 
6 
4 
1 
4 
4 
3 
5 
1 



4 
4 
1 
1 P 



1 P N L40 



E 

N B58 
N L40 
E 
E 
N 
E 
J 
N L40 



6 N 

7 N 

1 P N S17 
3 N H90 



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COURTROOM TURNED INTO DENTIST'S » OFFICE' FOR TRIAL 
ORAL SURGEON! ANESTHESIA CULPRIT IN ALLEGED ASSAULT 
LAWSUIT AGAINST DENTIST NOW IN HANDS OF JURY 
JURY CLEARS DENTIST IN SEX ASSAULT SUIT 

MILLER, KAY 

AFTER 100 YEARS, INFLUENCE OF WSJ CARRIES WAY PAST WALL ST. CANYONS 

MILLER, KEN (BASKETBALL COACH) 

MILLER! COACHES, PLAYERS SUFFER THROUGH THREE-GAME NIGHTS 
RODL KEY THAT UNLOCKED TIGERS' FORTUNES 

MILLER, MULGREU 

PIANIST MILLER FOLLOWS 'FUNK' JAZZ FLAME 

JAZZ MUSICIAN MULGREU MILLER 

PIANIST MILLER SHOWS AMAZING GROWTH IN JUST 4 YEARS 

JAZZ PIANIST SHOWS HOW MUCH HE'S GROWN 

MILLER, RALPH S. 

TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

MILLER. STEPHEN E. (ACTOR) 

THAT 'COUSIN' MAY BE SOMEONE YOU KNOW 
•WASTEFALL'S' WEEKEND WONDER (CORRECTED) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

MILLER, SUZANNE M. 
SPECIAL AWARD 

MILLER, THOMAS R. 

DURHAM ZONING ORDINANCES NO LONGER SERVE COMMUNITY 

MILLER, WILLIAM "FISHBAIT" 
DEATH OF A DOORKEEPER 

MILLEY, JANE (N.C. SCHOOL OF THE ARTS) 

SPANGLER CONDUCTING PROBE OF DISSENSION AT N.C. SCHOOL OF ARTS 

N.C. SCHOOL OF ARTS CHANCELLOR RESIGNS 

VIOLINS IN PROTEST 

STUDENTS RALLY AGAINST ARTS SCHOOL CHANCELLOR 

GOVERNORS SUPPORT SPANGLER 

MILLIKIN, STEVEN DWIGHT (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH GROWING MARIJUANA 

MILLION, TED 

MILLION HIGH ON SPURRIER, DUKE 

MILLNER, RICHARD (AUTO ACCIDENT) 

COLLISION INJURES THREE SERIOUSLY DURING RAINSTORM 

MILLO, AFRILE 

SOPRANO APRILE MILLO APPEARS WITH N.C. SYMPHONY 

MILLS, ERNIE REV. DR. 

A QUIET MAN'S LOUD FAITH 

PROVIDER TO DURHAM HOMELESS SEES LIFE IN STREET FIRSTHAND 

MILLS, JAMES F. 

CONFESSIONS OF A GROWNUP SATFAN 

MILLS, JEFFREY JEROME (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES CHARGE OF SALE OF MARIJUANA 

MILLS, JIM (BANJO PLAYER) 

LOCAL BANJO PLAYER PICKS HIS WAY INTO BIGTIME BLUEGRASS 

MILLS, JIM (FORMER CAROLINA LEAGUE PRESIDENT) 

JIM MILLS LISTS HIS ALL-TIME GREATS FROM THE CL 



N E 
P D 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



S 

E 
—DATE — C 

2/03/1989 A 
2/04/1989 A 
2/08/1989 A 
2/09/1989 A 



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3 N H90 

3 N H90 

3 N H90 

1 N H90 



H 2 7/C9/1989 D 6 T F 



H 2 

CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 



12/24/1989 C 
12/29/1989 B 



9/08/1989 D 
9/10/1989 A 
9/12/1989 A 
9/28/1989 B 



6 P N B40 
1 P G B40 



7 P F S66 
10 P P 
6 P R 
1 P R S66 



CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 3 N H90 



H 2 
H 2 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 



2/27/1989 A 
12/28/1989 A 
12/31/1989 A 



5/13/1989 A 
2/26/1989 D 
9/24/1989 D 



3/11/1989 C 
4/14/1989 A 
4/21/1989 A 
4/21/1989 A 
11/11/1989 A 



9/12/1989 A 
7/20/1989 B 
4/26/1989 C 
5/11/1989 D 



8/17/1989 A 
8/23/1989 A 



6/22/1989 B 
8/22/1989 A 
7/07/1989 D 
7/17/1989 D 



6 U U66 
6 P N S56 
2 N 



5 P P S76 

4 L 
4 E 



3 N 
8 N 
1 P P L38 
3 N S17 
1 P N S17 



7 N 
1 P U D18 
3 P N K30 
6 P P 



4 E 
1 P N S69 



1 P F M60 

7 N 
6 P F 
9 P N A76 



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DETENTION DUTY DOUBLES CAREERS OF MIMS TWINS 

MIMS, ANDREW KENT 

DETENTION DUTY DOUBLES CAREERS OF MIMS TWINS 

MINEO, DAVID L. 

MINEO NAMED GRANTS MANAGEMENT CHIEF 

MINICK, LYNN JETT 

SLAIN OFFICER'S RELATIVES INVITED TO ATTEND VIGIL 

MINNER, MARTY 

ACROSS AN OCEAN AND A GENERATION 

MINNICK, CARLTON P. JR. 

DUKE TRUSTEES GET SIX NEW MEMBERS 

MINNIS, PAUL 

LOOKING ANEW AT 'SAFE ART' AND KITSCH 

MINOR, RICHARD 

KROGER TO MEET WITH STORE OPPONENTS 

MINTON, CAROLYN (TRIANGLE HOSPICE) 

TERMINALLY ILL PATIENTS CAN DIE WITH DIGNITY 

MISSIMO, DEREK 

MISSIMO ABOUT TO BOOT HIS WAY TO TAR HEEL RECORD 

MITCHELL, AMANDA K. (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/THREE CHARGED IN DWI CASES 

MITCHELL, BRUCE (ASSAULT SUSPECT) 

MAN SENTENCED ON INDECENT LIBERTIES CHARGE 

MITCHELL, CALVIN MICHAEL (RAPE SUSPECT) 
MAN SENTENCED TO 12 YEARS FOR RAPE 

MITCHELL, CRAIG 

CAB DRIVER'S APPEAL DENIED 

COUNCIL DENIES PERMIT FOR CABBIE WITH RECORD 

MITCHELL, FANNIE Y. (DECEASED) 

MISS FANNIE MITCHELL, 90, RETIRED DIRECTOR OF DUKE PLACEMENT OFFICE 

MITCHELL, KEITH (SCULPTOR) 

WORRIER MITCHELL BEST OF GUILD TRIO 

MITCHELL, LEVI 

27 TROPHIES IN 15 YEARS AND HE'S STILL BOWLING AT 79 

MITCHELL, MARTHA MAYNARD (AUTO ACCIDENT) 
CAR KILLS PEDESTRIAN 

MITCHELL, NAHALE FREELAND 
FREELANDS HELP TOWN 

MITCHELL, RAY (DRUG CHARGES) 

OXFORD POLICE SEIZE 59 HEROIN BUNDLES 

MITCHELL, ROBERT LEE (DRUG CHARGES) 
DRUG CHARGES FILED 

MITCHELL, THOMAS R, 

DURHAM COUNTY WILL GET REICHHOLD HEADQUARTERS 

MIXON, FOREST JR. (PLANE CRASH VICTIM) 

4 IN DURHAM FAMILY ESCAPE, CHAPEL HILL PAIR DIES IN CRASH 
RTI SCIENTIST FEARED KILLED IN IOWA CRASH 
RTI SCIENTIST FEARED KILLED IN IOWA CRASH 



N E 
P D 

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



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

CHH 1 

H 1 

S 2 

H 2 



S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



S 

E 

— DATE — C 

10/23/1989 B 

10/23/1989 B 

12/31/1989 D 

12/12/1989 A 

12/26/1989 A 

7/15/1989 B 

10/22/1989 E 

5/30/1989 A 

11/03/1989 A 

9/10/1989 C 

4/12/1989 A 

4/01/1989 A 

8/02/1989 B 



10/03/1989 B 
10/03/1989 C 



4/04/1989 C 
8/27/1989 E 
1/31/1989 B 
1/11/1989 A 
8/09/1989 A 
1/24/1989 B 
9/09/1989 C 
6/28/1989 A 



7/20/1989 A 
7/21/1989 A 
7/21/1989 A 



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L Y 

-PG L P BYL 

1 P N M51 
1 P N M51 

7 N 

1 P N B53 

3 P N 

4 N D80 
9 P U G68 

1 P N D38 

8 P N G59 

2 N F95 

5 N 

3 N H90 
10 N 



1 N R63 
1 N C61 



2 
9 P R G68 
5 P F A76 
1 N B53 
4 L 
1 N 
1 N 
1 P N K65 



1 D N M06 
1 P N K65 
1 P N S17 



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RTI CHIEF SCIENTIST, WIFE DIE IN SIOUX CITY AIR CRASH 

MIXON, SANDRA (PLANE CRASH VICTIM) 

4 IN DURHAM FAMILY ESCAPE, CHAPEL HILL PAIR DIES IN CRASH 

RTI SCIENTIST FEARED KILLED IN IOWA CRASH 

RTI SCIENTIST FEARED KILLED IN IOWA CRASH 

RTI CHIEF SCIENTIST, WIFE DIE IN SIOUX CITY AIR CRASH 

ARTSCENTER SCHOLARSHIP HONORS LATE SANDRA MIXON 

MIZELL. WILBUR "VINEGAR BEND" 

REPUBLICANS TO HEAR TALK FROM FORCER CONGRESSMAN 
BYRNE 'DOESN'T UNDERSTAND' WHY HALL OF FAME PASSES ON RIZZUTO 
FORMER CONGRESSMAN SAYS COUNTRY ON VERGE OF POLITICAL REALIGNMENT 
MIZELL SEES U.S. SHIR TOWARD GOP 

MIZOGUCHI, TADAAKI "TAD" 

MITSUBISHI GIVES SCHOOLS $100,000 GIFT 

DUKE CLASSIC SHOOTS FOR $500,000 

MITSUBISHI CHIPS IN $22,000 TO SUPPORT FHUCATION FUND 

MOFFET, ERIC DR. 

MAN SAYS HE FEARED FOR PSYCHIATRIST'S LIFE 

MOLBOVAN, SACHA 

PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION/WORKS OF 2 PAINTERS SHOWN TOGETHER... 

MOLLOY, MEG 

LIFESTYLE CHANGE IS BEST WAY TO DIET 

MONCURE, JANE BELK 

STORYTIME AT HILLANDALE 

MONK, LARRY JAMES (DECEASED) 
MAN, 46, SLAIN IN HOME 
'POSSIBLE MOTIVE' SEEN IN SLAYING 
POLICE SAY MONK STABBED TO DEATH 
WILSON MAN, 32, CHARGED IN KNIFE SLAYING OF MONK 



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

S 2 7/21/1989 A 1 N M06 



7/20/1989 
7/21/1989 
7/21/1989 
7/21/1989 



CHH 1 12/19/198? 



N M06 
N K65 
N S17 
N M06 
N 



H 2 2/09/1989 C 

H 2 3/05/1989 C 

H 2 3/12/1989 B 

S 2 3/13/1989 C 



2 4/15/1989 A 
2 5/22/1989 A 
2 9/25/198? C 



4 N 

6 P N C52 
1 P N P38 
1 P N S73 



1 P N S92 
1 P N H65 
1 P N E33 



CHH 1 7/12/198? A 3 N H?0 



H 2 6/05/l?8? A 6 P F Zll 



2 12/27/198? B 1 D N 



H 2 2/17/l?89 C 1 P P T37 



MONK, LAURA (AUTO THEFT) 

POLICE LOG/ABOUT $3,000 DISCOVERED MISSING AFTER WOMEN DISTRACT... CLERKS H 



2 12/17/198? B 
2 12718/1989 C 
2 12/19/198? C 
2 12/22/1989 C 



2 8/0?/l?89 B 



MONK, STANLEY (FOOTBALL) 

PLAYING FOR FUN, MONK RUNS UP BIG NUMBERS/FOOTBALL 

MONK, THELONIOUS 

MONK REMEMBERED; ALL-STARS GATHER FOR CONCERT... 

BEBOP VISIONARY 

TO HONOR THELONIOUS MONK; 'HIGH PRIEST'S' MEMORY DRAWS JAZZ ZEALOTS 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

UNDERLYING STORY ALONE RECOMMENDS 'EPISTROPHY' 

ALL FOR JAZZ 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

MONK, THELONIOUS JR. 

THELONIOUS ASSAULT; "FAMILY" REUNION PLANNED AT DUKE 
DINNER. JAZZ CONCERT TO KICK OFF WIVE 
MONK INSTITUTE FUND-RAISING ON SCHEDULE 

MONROE. ANDREA 

BBC, CHURCH SEEK TO BRIDGE LOCAL RACIAL GAPS 
FANTASIES GALORE/CHAPEL HILLIANS SUIT UP FOR ALL HALLOWS EVE 
ANTI-ABORTION SENTIMENT CLEAR IN CAROLINA POLL RESULTS 
CURING THE FEAR 

MONROE, DONNA (LACTATION CONSULTANT) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
INFORMATION CORRECTED 

MONROE, LEE 

STATE ADVISER PREDICTS FUTURE OF CAREER LADDER 



H 2 10/08/1989 C 



3 N 

1 N 

1 N 

1 P N 



5 N M51 
2 P N C49 



1/13/1989 D 
1/13/198? D 
1/15/1989 A 
2/23/l?8? A 
7/27/1989 B 
12/10/1989 E 
12/15/1989 A 



F C50 
F S66 
N P38 
G 

R S66 
F S56 
N 



2 1/13/198? D 
2 4/04/l?8? C 
2 8/06/1989 B 



CHH 1 10/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/26/l?8? A 
CHH 1 10/31/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 



11 P F W66 

12 N N36 
1 N R60 



2 N 
1 P N 

3 N 

3 P N 



H 2 12/05/198? A 2 N 
H 2 12/11/1989 A 4 L 



CHH 1 6/12/l?8? A 3 N M25 



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MONROE, MARILYN 

MARILYN REMEMBERED; MUSEUM OF ART FILM SERIES HIGHLIGHTS DECADE... 
IN HER IMAGE; MARILYN MONROE PROVES TO BE MORE THAN THE SUM OF HER... 

MONROE, RODNEY 

MONROE KEYS NO. 16 PACK OVER CLEMSON 

WHEN HE'S OFF, MONROE'S STILL GOT THE GREEN LIGHT 

WHEN GAME'S ON LINE, PACK TAPS MONROE 

'PACK OUT FOR WIN 

'PACK BASKETBALL PROGRAM FACES SERIOUS UNDERTAKING 

•PACK POWERS PASTS BUCKEYES 

MONSEIN, JEFF (ALUMINUM CO. OF N.C.) 
HOMEFEST, SWEET HOMEFEST 

MONTANA, JOE (FOOTBALL) 

MONTANA'S PERFORMANCE DESERVES MVP 

MONTEITH, LARRY K. 

MONTEITH IS NAMED INTERIM CHANCELLOR AT N.C. STATE 

MONTEITH HAS RIGHT FOCUS ON ATHLETICS 

N.C. STATE NAMES HOPFENBERG INTERMIM ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 

CHANCELLOR SHOULD BE TOLD OF ATHLETES' TROUBLE 

NCSU'S MONTEITH: FACULTY, STUDENTS REAL STARS 

N.C, STATE PUT ON 2-YEAR PROBATION 

MONTGOMERY, HUGH 

CREEDMOOR'S FIRST CITY MANAGER SAYS 'THIS IS WHAT I WANT TO DO' 

MONTGOMERY, SHANE 

•PACK'S SHANE MONTGOMERY EMERGES AS QB OF RECORD(S) 

MONTGOMERY'S NOT TYPICAL QUARTERBACK 

MONTGOMERY SEEKS REDEMPTION IN FINAL GAME WITH WOLFPACK 

MONTOYA, ALICE LORRAINE (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 
DURHAM WOMAN, 50, DIES IN NEW JERSEY WRECK 

MONTROSE, BEULAH 

A CELEBRATION OF THE PASSAGE OF TIME/AROUND TOWN 

MOON, MICHAEL JOSEPH (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN HITS POLICE CRUISER 

MOONEY, MARILYN 

GARBAGE POLICY BLASTED 

MOORE, AARON III (ARTIST) 
NO GUTS, NO ART CAREER 
ARTISTS HELP HUNGRY 
ART SALE WILL SUPPORT LUPUS RESEARCH FUND 

MOORE, AARON MCDUFFIE DR. 

LINCOLN HOSPITAL ESTABLISHED FOR BLACKS 

MOORE, ANN (VOLUNTEER SERIVES BUREAU OF DURHAM) 
SPOTLIGHT ON VOLUNTEERS 

MOORE, BIBBY (N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN) 

HISTORY, GARDENING, HELLMAN TOP UNC BOOK LIST 

MOORE, BRIAN (TENNIS) 

MAGIC EXPRESS TENNIS CLUB ORIENTS DURHAM BLACKS TO TENNIS 

MOORE, DOMINIC 

DIET EXPERT: SWEAT NOT FAT LOSS 

MOORE, BONNIE (BASEBALL) 

COFFMAN FINDS MORE TO LIFE THAN BASEBALL 



H 2 3/03/1989 D 
H 2 3/03/1989 D 



H 2 1/06/1989 B 

H 2 3/18/1989 D 

H 2 3/22/1989 D 

S 2 3/24/1989 D 

S 2 10/17/1989 B 

S 2 12/02/1989 C 



S 2 4/14/1989 A 
S 2 1/25/1989 D 



H 2 9/23/1989 A 

S 2 9/26/1989 A 

H 2 10/12/1989 B 

S 2 10/13/1989 A 

H 2 11/26/1989 B 

H 2 12/13/1989 A 



1 P P 
8 P F L59 



1 N 052 

2 P N C49 
1 P N C49 
1 P N D18 
1 P U D18 
1 P N F25 



6 P P K30 
1 P U D18 



8 N 
4 E 

1 P N M64 
4 E 
7 P N 
1 P N M64 



H 1 8/18/1989 C 1 P N T33 



S 2 10/31/1989 B 
H 2 11/04/1989 D 
S 2 12/30/1989 B 



H 2 2/05/1989 B 

CHH 1 9/10/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/24/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/07/1989 A 



S 2 3/23/1989 D 
S 2 3/23/1989 D 
S 2 11/18/1989 C 



S 2 4/19/1989 E 

H 2 4/12/1989 C 

CHH 1 2/06/1989 A 

S 2 6/06/1989 D 

H 2 6/29/1989 C 

H 2 8/02/1989 D 



1 P U D18 

1 P N M64 

2 P U F25 



3 N 

7 U 

3 N 

1 N M20 



2 P F B71 
2 N 
1 N E33 



11 P F H65 

2 P P S73 
5 P N 

4 N A76 

3 N D80 
1 P U M88 



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PAPERBOYS BECOME 'STARS' 

MOORE, HUGHY LEE (AUTO THEFT CHARGES) 

POLICE ARREST SIX PERSONS, RECOVER TWEE STOLEN CARS 

MOORE, JENNIFER (STABBING VICTIM) 

KNIFE FIGHT LEAVES ONE IN HOSPITAL 

MOORE, JIMMY CARL (DRUG CHARGES) 
NEARLY *90,000 SEIZED IN RAID 
ARRESTS INVOLVE t300 MILLION IN COCAINE 
POLICE ARREST 'MAJOR PLAYERS' IN DURHAM DRUG SALES 

MOORE, JOHN (FORMER HONOR GUARD) 

NOV. 22, 19635 AN OFFICER'S MEMORIES 

MOORE LEEANNE 

BOTANICAL GARDEN MORE THAN JUST SERENE SHOWPLACE 

MOORE , LILLIAN N. (LOTTERY WINNER) 

AT ED'S STOP i GO, LADY LUCK LINGERS 

MOORE, MARY DAISY LYON 

MARY MOORE ENJOYS 100TH BIRTHDAY 

MOORE, RANDY (COLONIAL QUICK STOP OF HILLSBOROUGH) 

CONVENIENCE STORE BARRED FROM TAKING FOOD STAMPS 

MOORE, RUBEN (GUN CHARGE) 

MAN SURRENDERS TO POLICE AFTER BARRICADED 2 HOURS 
MAN FIRES SHOTS, BARRICADES SELF, IS PUT IN JAIL 

MOORE, RUSTY (PILOT) 

STILL ON D£. LINE/CHOPPER PATROL PROTECTS TELEPHONE CABLE 

MOORE, SHIRLEY MAXINE (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/5 SUSPECTS FACE DRUG CHARGES 

MOORE, STEPHEN (CALIFORNIA) 

EX-DURHAM MAN! IT WAS SAFER THAN 'HUGO' 

MOORE, TED 

PROTESTERS BLAST COURT, PROSECUTORS 
PROTESTERS BLAST COURT, PROSECUTORS 
MOORE SAYS JOLLY WILL BE 'NATIONAL LANDMARK' CASE 

MOORE, TOM 

A CHRISTMAS PARADE FIRST-AND LAST? 

MOORE, WARREN (AUTHOR) 

N.C. MOUNTAIN BOOK "RINGS TRUE" 

MOOREFIELD, GUYNN (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/EMPLOYEE SHOT IN PIZZA HUT ROBBERY TRY 

MOOS, MERRY-K 

PRENATAL CARE BEFORE THE FACT/BABIES AT RISK 

MOOSE, RUTH 

SHORT STORY COLLECTION BY TAR HEEL RUTH MOOSE DEALS IN UNSETTLING 
LIBRARY WRITER SERIES DRAWS BLOCKBUSTER NAMES 

MORAN, EDWARD KEITH (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

POLICE LOG/YELLING ROBBER TAKES $100 FROM HAT STORE 

MORAN, PAUL WESLEY (MURDER VICTIM) 

GASTON MAN HELD IN MOTEL SLAYING 

MOREHEAD, ALLAN J. 

FIRST FEDERAL'S MOREHEAD mt PRESIDENT, CEO 



N E 
P D 

S 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 

CHH 1 



H 2 

S 2 



S 
E 

— DATE — C 

8/21/1989 A 

6/26/1989 C 

12/27/1989 A 



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1 P F U57 
4 N 
1 P N U57 



4/15/1989 C 
6/07/1989 A 
6/08/1989 A 



11/21/1989 A 

10/16/1989 A 

3/07/1989 B 

7/13/1989 A 

1/07/1989 A 



12/09/1989 C 
12/09/1989 C 



CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 



TRUTHS H 2 
H 2 



10/27/1989 A 

8/13/1989 B 

10/19/1989 A 



9/23/1989 A 

9/23/1989 A 

10/18/1989 A 



12/03/1989 A 

11/26/1989 D 

12/31/1989 B 

5/16/1989 A 



7/23/1989 D 
9/24/1989 D 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



9/26/1989 A 
1/21/1989 A 
3/18/1989 A 



1 P N A54 
1 P N B53 
1 N M51 



6 P F Zll 
3 P N 
1 N 
6 P F S27 
3 N M20 



1 F N S22 

1 N 



1 P N H90 
8 N 
1 P N 



1 P N C62 
1 N M70 
1 N S17 



3 P N M70 
3 P R H45 
1 N 
1 P Q S17 



3 P U H45 
3 P U H45 



16 N M51 
18 N 
10 N 



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MOREHEAB, EUGENE 

DURHAM'S FIRST BANKS SPRING FROM BOOMING TOBACCO INDUSTRY 

MORELAND, JACKIE 

PACK SERIOUS ABOUT ENDING THIS 'TRADITION' 
VALVANO: LIFE WITHOUT NCAA TOURNEY HURTS 

MORGAN, BEVERLY (GLAXO) 

BEING HAPPY AT WORK TAKES WORK 

MORGAN, G. KENNETH 
BIZ NOTES 

MORGAN, KEN G. 

CHAPEL HILLIAN HONORED FOR VOLUNTEER SERVICES 

MORGAN, LANA 

NEW HOME PUTS LOST INDEPENDENCE NEARER 

MORGAN, RICHARD (BASKETBALL) 

MORGAN'S TOUCH WAS TOO MUCH 

MORGAN, ROBERT (MORGAN IMPORTS) 

$10 WILL BUY 2-OUNCE CHUNK OF BERLIN WALL AT MORGAN IMPORTS 

MORGAN, ROBERT W. (CARRBORO TOWN MANAGER) 
TOWN ENDORSES 'GUIDELINES' FOR CARRBORO 
POSTAL OFFICIALS EYE WESTWOOD 
CARRBORO BUDGET PLAN OMITS COMMUNITY CENTER 
MORGAN, BROUGH REHIRED 

TOWN TO USE BIKE, SIDEWALK PLAN AS DEVELOPMENT GUIDE 
ADVISORY GROUP HOLDS 'UNOFFICIAL' CEMETERY MEETING 

MORGAN, STEPHEN BOYD (HIT-AND-RUN CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/MERCEDES RUNS AMOK; DRIVER JAILED 
MAN FACES MORE HIT-RUN CHARGES 

MOROSO, ROB (STOCK CAR DRIVER) 

FOR MOROSO, EVERYTHING FELL INTO PLACE 

MORRIS, ANDREW J. DR. 

MORRIS GETS MITCHELL AWARD 

MORRIS, BOBBY (LOOTING) 

CAUSE OF DURHAM HOSIERY MILL FIRE STILL BEING INVESTIGATED TODAY 

MORRIS, BRENDA (ASSAULT CHARGE) 

KNIFE FIGHT LEAVES ONE IN HOSPITAL 

MORRIS, CRAIG (CIMARRON HOMES) 

MORRIS NAMED BUILDER OF THE YEAR 

MORRIS, DOUG 

CHAPEL HILL GROUP OFFERS SUPPORT TO SUFFERERS OF MANIC DEPRESSION 

MORRIS, EDWARD (LOOTING) 

CAUSE OF DURHAM HOSIERY MILL FIRE STILL BEING INVESTIGATED TODAY 

MORRIS, J. M. (POLICE OFFICER) 

ALLEGED DRUG DEALER SHOOTS AT OFFICER 

MORRIS, LEEANNE 

CENTER'S DIRECTOR URGES MORE STUDENT INTERACTION 

ACTIVISTS CALL SEANC TO ACTION 

STUDENTS PROTEST DESTRUCTION OF FORESTS 

LINKS BETWEEN PILL, BREAST CANCER QUESTIONED 

HALF-WAY TO THE FIELD 

PORTIONS OF HEALTH PROPOSAL SHOULD BE RIVIVED, PRICE SAYS 

WELLSPRING PLANS MOVE INTO VACANT CHAPEL HILL KROGER 



S 2 4/19/1989 F 6 C F M06 



H 2 12/13/1989 D 
H 2 12/13/1989 D 



S 2 5/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/15/1989 A 
H 2 1/16/1989 B 
H 2 12/17/1989 B 



CHH 1 1/26/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 



H 2 10/30/1989 B 
S 2 10/30/1989 A 



H 2 10/30/1989 B 
CHH 1 6/14/1989 A 
S 2 3/20/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/27/1989 A 
S 2 3/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/11/1989 A 
S 2 3/20/1989 C 
S 2 11/29/1989 A 



CHH 1 9/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/28/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 



1 U M88 
1 P N M88 



6 P F S27 

7 P N 

8 P N 

3 P N S17 
2 P N C52 
1 U N36 



3 P N C62 
3 P N C62 
1 P N C62 
3 N 
3 P N M25 
1 P N C62 



1 N M51 
3 N 



5 N M98 

5 N 

1 N 
1 P N W57 

8 N 

3 N S17 

1 N 

1 N B53 



3 N 
3 N 
3 N 
11 N 
1 P N 
3 P N 
3 P N 



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ICE PROVIDES ATMOSPHERE FOR CHRISTMAS HOUSE TOUR 

MORRIS, HAGGIE 

PILOT CLUB CELEBRATES 50 YEARS, AND A PARTICULAR CHARTER MEMBER 
MAGGIE MORRIS/PILOT CLUB OF DURHAM 

MORRIS, MARLENE (COOKBOOK AUTHOR) 

MEALS ON THE FLY; N.C. NATIVE MARLENE MORRIS'S NEW COOKBOOK TAKES WING 

MORRIS, MICHAEL KEVIN (BREAKING AND ENTERING SUSPECT) 

GRANVILLE OFFICERS SEEK DURHAM MAN FOR HOUSEBREAKING 

MORRIS, RON 

THE PASSING OF A BULLS LEGEND 

MORRIS NAMED SPORTS EDITOR 

A SAINT AND HIS BULLDOGS 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD SHOULD SHOW SOME RESPONSIBILITY 

GENEROSITY HELPS UINLESS BULLDOGS SCORE AT MEALTIME 

FORGET TICKET TO GAINESVILLE, TRY BUYING ONE IN WALLACE WADE 

BASEBALL AND GOLF OFFER INSPIRATION FOR NOVELS ON HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS 

MORRIS, TOM (PHILOSOPHER) 
PHILOSOPHY GOES POP 
MORRIS MAKES PHILOSOPHY FUN 
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS 
IT TOOK SOME SLEUTHING... /TUESDAY TALK 

MORRISON, CRAIG (DEVELOPER) 
HELLO, GOODBYE 
HOMEFEST, SHEET HOMEFEST 
GROUP OPPOSED TO IMPACT FEES SHIFTS COURSE 
TRIANGLE 17TH IN NATIONAL HOUSING 
CONTRACTORS UNAWARE OF TAX RULES 
ANOTHER HOUSE 
1ST DURHAM HOMES MAKE DEBUT IN AFFORDABLE-HOUSING PROGRAM 

MORRISON, EMMA NEAL MCQUEEN 

FORMER 'COLONY' PRODUCER TO GET CAROLINIANA AWARD 
NORTH CAROLINIANA SOCIETY HONORS EMMA NEAL MORRISON 

MORRISON, JOHN HENSLEY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL POLICE CHARGE 3 UITH DWI 

MORROW, JOHN CHARLES III (DECEASED) 
JOHN CHARLES MORROW III 
MORROW MEMORIAL FUND PASSES $10,000-MARK 

MORROW, MARTHA 

'WE NEED A NEW CENTER', EFLAND RESIDENTS HOPING COUNTY WILL REPLACE, 

MORROW, MATRINA 

WILKERSON FILES LAWSUIT 

MORROW, SARAH (N.C. INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE) 

LOWERING N.C. INFANT MORTALITY RATE TARGET OF INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE 

MORROW, THOMAS W. (DRUG CHARGE) 

TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

MORROW, WHIT (FRASER CO.) 

ROSEMARY SQUARE DEVELOPER MARKETING INVESTMENT SUITES 
HOTEL DEVELOPERS HALT SUITE SALES 

MORSE, CAROLYN 

TREYBURN'S FIRST FAMILY MOVES INTO NEW HOUSE 

SHE'S MAGIC; MEET CHAPEL HILL HIGH'S AWARD-WINNING SCIENCE TEACHER 

MORSE, FRANCIS DR. 

TREYBURN'S FIRST FAMILY MOVES INTO NEW HOUSE 



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P 


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


CHH 


1 12/11/1989 A 3 N 


H 
S 


2 10/31/1989 A 6 P U W15 
2 10/31/1989 A 7 P P T44 



H 2 1/04/1989 B 



H 2 1/07/1989 C 



1 P F S56 
1 N 



2 1/30/1989 B 
2 7/09/1989 C 
2 9/24/1989 D 
2 9/28/1989 A 
2 10/09/1989 B 
2 10/29/1989 C 
2 11/19/1989 D 



S 2 6/15/1989 D 

S 2 6/15/1989 D 

S 2 9/21/1989 C 

H 2 9/26/1989 A 



N 
N 
E 

L 

N C47 
U 
U H45 



1 P P K30 

2 T F B71 
2 P P R56 
6 P U W15 



2/11/1989 
4/14/1989 
4/18/1989 
5/29/1989 
6/15/1989 
7/13/1989 
9/29/1989 



P 

P K30 
N M06 
N M06 
N M06 
P S76 
N E33 



CHH 1 6/06/1989 A 
H 2 6/18/1989 D 



12 N 

3 U H45 



CHH 1 3/07/1989 A 8 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 


7/23/1989 A 
9/17/1989 A 


2 P 
9 P N 


., CHH 1 


7/24/1989 A 


1 


P N M25 


CHH 1 


8/15/1989 A 


3 


N 


PLAN H 2 


2/02/1989 C 


1 


N C60 


CHH 1 


12/14/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


1/14/1989 A 
3/17/1989 A 


1 

3 


N M70 
N M70 


H 2 
CHH 1 


8/20/1989 F 
10/02/1989 A 


1 P N Bll 
3 P N C62 


H 2 


8/20/1989 F 


1 


P N Bll 



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PERSON COUNTY SEEKS 4 ESCAPEES 

3 OF 4 PERSON JAIL ESCAPEES CAUGHT 
SEARCH CONTINUES FOR PERSON JAIL ESCAPEE 

MORVA, ANTONIO "EDDIE" (CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT) 
CARRBORO CONSTRUCTION WORKER KILLED 

MOSBACHER, ROBERT A. 

NORTHERN TELECOM RECEIVES AWARD 

MOSCOVITZ, JUDY 

JUDY MOSCOVITZ IS BACK WITH NEW DIET HANDBOOK 

MOSES, JAMES 

POLICE LOG/GRINDERSWITCH BREAK-IN TRY CHARGES LODGED 

MOSES, JOHN (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MOPED DRIVER FACES DWI CHARGE 

MOSES, MONTROSE 

TOO RICH FOR DURHAM 

THE OLD CAROLINA THEATRE DESERVES NEW EXCELLENCE 

PRESERVATION GROUP CITES MOSES FOR UORK ON THEATER 

MOSES RECEIVES HISTORICAL SOCIETY'S BARTLETT AWARD 

INSIGHT/THE SHOW MUST GO ON; AT WHAT PRICE, HOW, AND TO WHAT END? 

HOSIER, STEPHEN R, DR. 

RESEARCH GROUPS JOIN TO OPPOSE ANIMAL ACTIVISTS 

MOSLEY, BLANE (AIDS DEMONSTRATION) 
AIDS ACTIVISTS ARRESTED IN RTP 

4 ACTIVISTS STORM BURROUGHS WELLCOME IN PROTEST OVER COST OF AIDS DRUG 
AZT COST PROTESTERS HAVE CASES DISMISSED 

MOSS, BOBBY RAY (MURDER SUSPECT) 

LAGRANGE MAN CHARGED WITH SLAYING OF WOMAN 

MOSS, CHERYL NOELL (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/STORE MONEY BAG SNATCHED WHILE EMPLOYEE DISTRACTED 

MOSS, DARRYL (CREEDMOOR) 

CREEDMOOR CANDIDATES GIVE THEIR VIEWS 

MOSS, HENRY 

DURHAM COUNTY BAR TO NARROW LIST OF JUDGESHIP CANDIDATES 

MOUL, DONALD RALPH (OXFORD) 

COURT OF APPEALS UPHOLDS JUDGE'S BARRING OF EVIDENCE IN MOUL CASE 
OXFORD ORPHANAGE MOLESTATION CASE ENDS IN MOUL'S PROBATION 

MOUNT, LILLARD H. (ATTORNEY) 
LAW FIRMS MERGING 

MOUNT, THOM 

MUSEUM OF ART SUGGESTED FOR OLD CIVIC CENTER 

OLD CIVIC CENTER MAY BECOME ART MUSEUM 

L.A. FILM COMPANY PROMOTES SEMANS 

INVESTOR WANTS OLD CIVIC CENTER FOR USE AS ATHLETIC CLUB OR OFFICE 

SHOWINGS AND LECTURES 

THOM MARCHES ON 

MOUNT TO GIVE UYNN LECTURE 

FILMMAKER LECTURES ON SERIOUS, 'NOBLE CALLING' 

SANTA'S MOVIES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON 

FILMMAKER THOM MOUNT ON CHRISTMAS RELEASES 

MOURAD. RONNEY BASSEL 

LOCAL STUDENT AMONG MOREHEAD FINALISTS 

MOURNING, ALONZO (BASKETBALL) 
WAITING FOR DEVILS 



N E 
P D 



S 

E 
-DATE — C 



S 2 3/14/1989 A 
H 2 3/15/1989 C 
H 2 3/16/1989 C 



S 2 3/18/1989 C 
S 2 12/21/1989 A 
H 2 7/16/1989 D 
H 2 11/08/1989 C 
CHH 1 5/30/1989 A 



H 2 1/05/1989 A 

H 2 1/12/1989 A 

S 2 5/04/1989 C 

H 2 5/06/1989 A 

H 2 7/23/1989 D 



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•PG L P BYL 

1 N B53 
1 P N 
1 N H60 



2 N 

1 P N E33 

3 P U H45 

1 N M51 

2 N 



4 E 
4 L 
1 P N 
11 P N 
1 P F S56 



H 2 2/24/1989 C 1 N K65 



S 2 4/25/1989 A 
H 2 4/26/1989 A 
H 2 5/05/1989 A 



H 2 1/20/1989 B 

H 2 10/10/1989 B 

H 1 10/27/1989 C 

S 2 1/07/1989 A 



1 9/20/1989 C 

2 11/17/1989 A 



1 N 
1 P N C47 
12 N 



4 N 

14 N M51 

1 N T33 

1 N B53 



1 N R53 
1 N T33 



S 2 12/21/1989 A 1 N E33 



H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 


2 3/10/1989 C 
2 3/10/1989 C 
2 3/23/1989 D 
2 5/30/1989 A 
2 10/20/1989 D 
2 10/22/1989 E 
1 11/10/1989 A 

1 11/20/1989 A 

2 11/24/1989 D 
2 11/24/1989 D 


1 N 369 
1 N H70 
6 N 
1 P N C61 
17 P F M60 
1 P F Zll 
6 P N 
3 P N 
3 P R M60 
3 P R M60 


CHH 


1 12/13/1989 A 


8 N 


H 


2 3/26/1989 C 


12 P P K30 



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MOWERY, PHILLIP THOMAS (DM CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN FACES CHARGE OF Mil 

MOYERS, BILL 

FEELING GOOD FOR HELPING OUT UAS SUPER'S WAGES/TUESDAY TALK 
THROWING A DARK PALL OVER POETRY 

MOYNIHAN, PATRICK 

POLLUTION IS SYRACUSE'S PROBLEM 

MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUS 

IS THERE EVIDENCE OF FOUL PLAY INVOLVED WITH THE DEATH OF... MOZART? 

MOZINGO, HAROLD (BENNETT PLACE) 

IT'S BACK TO THE WAR AT THE BENNETT PLACE 

MUDD, ROGER H. (JOURNALIST) 

ROGER MUDD TO SPEAK AT GRADUATION 

UNC SETS GRADUATION SCHEDULE; ALUMNUS MUDD KEY SPEAKER 

COMMENCEMENT '89; ROGER MUDD TO ADDRESS UNC GRADUATING CLASS 

AT UNC: GRAY SKIES, CAROLINA BLUE FUTURE 

GRADUATES CHALLENGED TO UPHOLD HIGH ETHICS 

MUDD URGES HIGH ETHICS FOR UNC GRADS 

ROGER MUDD GIVES COMMENCEMENT SPEECH AT UNC 

MUELLER, FREDERICK 0. DR. 

REPORT NOTES RISE IN FOOTBALL INJURIES 

MUELLER, MANFRED (PSYCHOTHERAPIST) 

OLD MEDICAL PRACTICE GAINING STEAM IN U.S. 

MUHAMMED, ALI SHAKUR ABDUL (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

POLICE LOG/PEDESTRIAN HOSPITALIZED BY HIT-AND-RUN VEHICLE 

MUIR, BETSY 

COUNTY NUTRITION DIRECTOR SET TO RETIRE 

MULDER, JOHN M. DR. 

SEMINARY PRESIDENT WILL GIVE LECTURES AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 

MULHEIRN, MIKE 

3 NEW SCHOOLS SPRINGING UP LIKE FLOWERS 
DURHAM TESTING SCHOOLS FOR RADON 
GITHENS STORAGE BECOMES CLASSES 

KULHOLLAND, CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS "C.C." (DECEASED) 
EX-HERALD-SUN AD MANAGER DIES 
'C.C MLLHOLLAND RETIRED EMPLOYEE OF HERALD-SUN CO. 

MULLINS, JAY 

CPU. POLICY DESIGNED TO KEEP PRICES LOW 

MULLINS, JEFF (BASKETBALL COACH) 

VALVANO NOT THE ONLY AD HIT BY SPANGLER'S RULING 
SPLITTING COACH, AD ROLES LEAVES MULLINS IN LIMBO 

MULLINS, RANDALL BERNARD (AUTO THEFT CHARGES) 

POLICE ARREST SIX PERSONS, RECOVER THREE STOLEN CARS 

MULLINS, ROBERT LEE JR. (BREAKING AND ENTERING CHARGES) 
GRANVILLE OFFICERS SEEK DURHAM MAN FOR HOUSEBREAKING 
MAN CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO FOUR BUSINESSES 

KULVIHILL, TONY 

MENTAL HEALTH BOARD PLAN RAISES DOUBTS 
FMSONERS OF MENTAL ILLNESS 

MUNOWITCH, ANN 

PIZZA 'NOID' SERVES CONGRATULATIONS FOR PUPILS WITH SHINING ATTENDANCE 



CHH 1 9/10/1989 A 9 N 



H 2 8/29/1989 A 
H 2 9/21/1989 B 



H 2 2/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/11/1989 A 
H 2 11/17/1989 D 



H 2 2/04/1989 C 

S 2 3/30/1989 C 

CHH 1 5/06/1989 A 

H 2 5/15/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/15/1989 A 

S 2 5/15/1989 A 

S 2 5/15/1989 C 



CHH 1 7/19/1989 A 
S 2 11/21/1989 B 
H 2 8/14/1989 B 
CHH 1 3/05/1989 A 
H 2 2/18/1989 A 



S 2 1/02/1989 A 
S 2 4/21/1989 A 
S 2 8/11/1989 A 



S 2 12/30/1989 C 
H 2 12/31/1989 B 



H 2 8/27/1989 B 
H 2 12/24/1989 C 



H 2 1/07/1989 C 
H 2 1/29/1989 B 



S 2 3/02/1989 A 
H 2 3/05/1989 A 



6 P U W15 
1 P R W66 



4 E 
6 U 
21 P N W66 



4 P N 
1 N 
10 P N 
1 P N S17 
1 P N S17 
1 P N C45 
3 P P C45 



5 N 
1 P F 659 
5 N M51 
3 P N M25 
7 P N 



1 P N S92 
1 D N S92 
1 P N S92 



4 
2 P 



CHH 1 1/17/1989 A 4 L 



4 N 

3 P U M88 



H 2 6/26/1989 C 4 N 



1 N 
3 N 



1 N H65 
1 P N C60 



S 2 6/03/1989 B 1 P N S92 



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MUNSON, ERIC 

NCMH FREEZE PAYING OFF IN DEFICIT FIGHT 

NCMH OFFICIAL OPTIMISTIC ABOUT WISH LIST 

NCMH BEHAVING RESPONSIBLY 

FATE OF NCMH FUNDING REQUESTS UNCERTAIN - MUNSON 

NCMH THAUS HIRING FREEZE 

COMMITTEE URGES FUNDING FOR THREE UNC BUILDINGS 

MUNSON RUNS FOR FIRST TIME IN CHAPEL HILL 

HOWES' WAR CHEST THE FULLEST 

MUNSON DECIDES NOT TO RUN FOR CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL 

MEDICARE LOSSES HURT HOSPITALS, SAY OFFICIALS 

HOSPITAL GROUP TAPS MUNSON 

MURCHISON, GUS 

LANDFILL DUMPING FEE CREATES CONFUSION IN CHATHAM 
MURCHISON'S MEDICARE TO BE PAID 

COMMISSIONER FEARS COUNTY MAY BE SITE FOR INCINERATOR 
CONTRACT OUTLINES DUMP FUNDING 

MURPHY, BARBARA (HILLSBOROUGH) 

TO SCRATCH AND BACK AGAIN; PIECE BY PIECE, A HOUSE IS REBUILT.., 

MURPHY, M'LAYNE 

A COOK'S TOUR OF CAROLINA (CORRECTION PRINTED 7-29-89) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

MURPHY, MIKE (GENERAL CONTRACTOR) 

TESTIMONY FOCUSES ON OXFORD SEWER PLANT DELAYS 

MURPHY, MIKE (HILLSBOROUGH) 

TO SCRATCH AND BACK AGAIN; PIECE BY PIECE, A HOUSE IS REBUILT.., 

MURPHY, RUTH (SCHOOL PRINCIPAL) 

PRINCIPAL DENIES POWE 1ITIST 'REFUGE' 

E.K. POWE PRINCIPAL A BRILLIANT EDUCATOR 

PRINCIPAL IS EXCELLENT 

TWO PRINCIPALS CLASH OVER CURRICULUM PHILOSOPHY 

MURRAY, DAVID (SAXOPHONIST) 

IT'S JAZZ; SAX PLAYER, PIANIST TEAM UP IN SHOW 

MURRAY, ELIZABETH 

DISABLED, LEGALLY BLIND WOMAN CAN'T EAT, SLEEP UNTIL SEEING-EYE PET... 

THE SEARCH FOR GRETA CONTINUES 

SEEING-EYE DOG GRETA FOUND (CORRECTION PRINTED 4-15-89) 

GRETA THE DACHSHUND HAPPY— AND SO'S OWNER 

DURHAM SHOWS IT CARES 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

MURRAY, MICHAEL (PRISON ESCAPEE) 

MOTHER RETURNS ESCAPEE SON TO HILLSBOROUGH PRISON 
TWO ESCAPEES STILL ELUDING AREA OFFICERS 

MURRAY, VIRGINIA JANE 

4 IN DURHAM FAMILY ESCAPE, CHAPEL HILL PAIR DIES IN CRASH 

MURRAY, WILLIAM "BILL" (COACH) 

50-0! THANKSGIVING DAY MASSACRE 

MUSARD. YVES 

SUN'S UP ON HOT TIMES 

THE NEXT STEP 

YVES MUSARD's'dANCE IS ODDLY MOVING 

MUSHAK, BETTY 

CITY GOVERNMENT'S COSTS REFLECT COMMUNITY'S EFFORTS 

MUSHAK, PAUL DR. 

HEALTH OFFICIALS KNOW BEST 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



3/05/1989 
3/06/1989 
3/08/1989 
7/03/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/25/1989 
7/28/1989 
8/16/1989 
8/30/1989 
12/26/1989 
12/26/1989 



CHH 1 8/13/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/30/1989 A 



H 2 7/26/1989 B 
H 2 7/29/1989 A 



H 1 11/30/1989 C 
CHH 1 1/09/1989 A 



H 2 1/04/1989 A 

H 2 1/09/1989 A 

H 2 1/18/1989 A 

H 2 2/10/1989 C 



H 2 4/10/1989 B 

H 2 4/12/1989 A 

H 2 4/13/1989 A 

H 2 4/14/1989 C 

S 2 4/14/1989 A 

H 2 4/15/1989 A 



CHH 1 5/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/16/1989 A 



S 2 7/20/1989 A 
H 2 11/16/1989 B 



S 2 5/04/1989 D 
S 2 6/29/1989 D 
S 2 7/07/1989 A 



H 2 10/05/1989 A 
H 2 1/12/1989 A 



N L90 
N L90 
E 

N M20 
N L90 
N S17 
N L90 
N M70 
N M70 
N S17 
N 



3 N M25 
3 N 
1 P N M25 
1 P N M25 



CHH 1 1/09/1989 A 3 P N H90 



1 P F Zll 

2 N 



1 N T33 
3 P N H90 



1 P N J40 
4 L 
4 L 
1 N J40 



H 2 3/23/1989 B 1 N 



N P38 
N P38 
N P38 
N P38 
E 
N 



1 N H90 
3 N H90 



1 D N M06 
1 P Q L22 



1 P P S76 
4 P G 
10 P R B71 



4 L 

4 L 



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HISS, SPIT AND PROFANITY 

MUTI, LORENZO 

ST. STEPHEN'S KEEPING HEADS IF IN MUSICAL 'FLOOD' 

ST. STEPHEN'S OPENS ITS SECOND SEASON WITH A CHALLENGE 

MUTO, NOBUYOSHI 

JAPANESE DIVE INTO U.S. LIFE/RISING SUN IN CAROLINA 

MYERS. CHARLES (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/2 ARRESTED AFTER POINTING GUN AT UOMAN DRIVING ON 1-85 
TWO MEN SENTENCED TO SIX MONTHS FOR POINTING GUN AT WOMAN 

MYERS, HARRY (ROXBORO) 

MYERS BUYS 2 ROXBORO RADIO STATIONS 

MYERS, LEWIS H. 

DURHAM MAN NAMED TO DEVELOPMENT BOARD 
MYERS ON DEVELOPMENT BOARD 

MYERS, RICHARD L. 

MYERS TO LEAD UNITED WAY 

RICHARD MYERS TO LEAD UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN 

A 'STRETCH' GOAL FOR UNITED WAY 

MYERS, WILLIAM HALL (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO MEN CHARGED WITH DWI 

MYLES, NANCY 

CONSULTANT! HOSPITALS TAKING LEAD IN PROVIDING CHILD CARE 

NAGAO, TAICHIRO 

SUMITOMO TAPS NEW PRESIDENT 

NAISBITT, JOHN 

BUSINESS PROPHET SEES U.S. STAR RISING 

NAKAMATS, YOSHIRO DR. 

FAMOUS INVENTOR TO SPEAK AT DURHAM CONFERENCE 

PROLIFIC INVENTOR FINDS HE DOES SOME OF BEST THINKING UNDERWATER 

NAKASIAN, STEPHANIE 

THE NAKASIAN JAZZ! STRAIGHT UP, WITH VINEGAR 
NATURALLY HOT NAKASIAN SINGS FOUR-A JAZZ 

NAKASONE, YASUHIRO 

FORMER PRIME MINISTER OF JAPAN TO LECTURE AT DUKE 
FORMER LEADER OF JAPAN CANCELS VISIT 
AMBASSADOR SUBS FOR NAKASONE 

NAKELL, BARRY 

CHRISTIC LAWYERS PLAN RESPONSE TO SANCTIONS CALL 

•GORBACHEV'S RUSSIA' LECTURE TO OPEN VILLAGE ELDERS SERIES 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

A NOTE ON JUSTICE FOR THE NCCLU 

COLLEAGUES SUPPORTIVE OF ACTIONS— NAKELL 

FOX POLLS D.A.S ACROSS U.S. ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

PENDERGRASS DEFENDS SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 

SHERIFF'S ARTICLE ONE-SIDED 

NAMATH, JOE 

ANNIVERSARY OF SPORTS UPSET REMEMBERED 

NANCE, LARS 

LAWYERS SQUARE OFF OVER EDWARDS CASE 

NANCE, WILLIAM KEITH (DRUNKEN DRIVING) 

GRAHAM MAN ARRESTED AFTER CHASE ENDS IN CRASH 



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6 P F W66 

7 P R D10 



H 2 3/21/1989 A 1 P Q N36 



2 7/22/1989 
2 10/21/1989 



H 1 1/04/1989 C 



2 N 
1 N S82 

4 N 



2 8/11/1989 
2 8/11/1989 



2 5/20/1989 
2 5/24/1989 
2 8/19/1989 



A 10 N 
B 4 N 



1 P N 
6 P N 
4 E 



CHH 1 7/16/1989 A 
2 3/21/1989 C 



3 N 
1 N C60 
2 5/18/1989 A 10 P N 
2 3/10/1989 B 8 P N K65 



2 4/29/1989 
2 5/03/1989 



2 8/11/1989 
2 8/15/1989 



2 2/02/1989 
2 3/02/1989 
2 3/04/1989 



CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



S 

CHH 

H 



1 7/03/1989 

1 10/25/1989 

2 11/16/1989 
1 11/22/1989 
1 11/23/1989 
1 12/08/1989 
1 12/08/1989 
1 12/15/1989 



4 P N 
1 P N C60 



7 P R S66 
6 R S66 



1 P N N36 
1 N 
1 N 



3 N S17 
6 P N 

2 N 

4 E 

3 P N H90 
1 P N M70 
1 P N M70 

4 L 



2 1/10/1989 D 5 P N A76 

1 12/17/1989 A 1 P N S17 

2 3/13/1989 B 10 N 



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STUDENT SUES FOR LIBEL 

NATHAN, MICHAEL (DECEASED) 

BLOODY ANNIVERSARY HITS HOME IN DURHAM 

ECLECTIC MIX OF RECOLLECTIONS, HYMNS, PRAYERS HONORS FIVE VICTIMS... 

GREENSBORO SURVIVORS STRAIN TO BALANCE TIME, MEMORIES 

NATHANS, ELIZABETH 

FIRST DAYS AT SCHOOL GOOD TIME FOR SELF-EXAMINATION 
ADVISORS SUGGEST TAKING RISKS IN CHOICE OF COURSES 

NATION, ERIC (DECEASED) 

POLICE LOG/DEATH ATTRIBUTED TO DRUG OVERDOSE 

NAUMOFF, LAURENCE 

TAR HEEL NOVELIST IS FEARLESSLY HONEST, FRIGHTENINGLY KNOWING 

NAYLOR, GEORGE 

SIX NEW POSITIONS CREATED, 20 DEPUTIES PROMOTED BY SHERIFF 

NAYLOR, THOMAS H. (DUKE PROF) 

BANK EXECUTIVE! SCHOOLS MUST STRESS 3 P'S 
TWO PROFS DOWNGRADE EDUCATION 
CASE FOR REVAMPING EDUCATION 

NEAL, PETER R. 

ADVENTURE IS WHERE YOU FIND IT, & REFERENCE LIBRARIANS HAVE THEIR SHARE 

NEAL STEPHBJ (REP ) 

'8 N.C. CONGRESSMEN HAVE CAMPAIGN MONEY LEFT 
N.C. CONGRESSMEN HAD TOTAL OF $500,000 IN OUTSIDE INCOME IN '88 
CONGRESS MUST END APPEARANCE INCOME 
CLOSE PIPELINE TO WATER PORK 

NEELON, VIRGINIA 

HELPING PATIENTS; SCHOOL OF NURSING RECEIVES GRANT TO STUDY... 

NEIGHBOURS, W. R. 

POLICE SUSPEND OFFICER IN PROBE OF DOUBLE-DIPPING 

NEILSON, ALAN (CONDUCTOR) 
IN TUNE 

NELSON, ANDREW CALEB (FALSE DRIVERS LICENSE) 

STUDENTS TO PERFORM SERVICE FOR MAKING FALSE LICENSES 

NELSON, CHIPS (ELECTRICAL ACCIDENT) 

TEEN-AGER LISTED 'SATISFACTORY' AFTER ELECTRICAL SHOCK AT DUKE 

NELSON, COLEY SCOTT (SHOOTING SUSPECT) 
MAN WOUNDED TWICE BY GUNSHOTS 

NELSON, DICK (PRO-LIFE GROUP) 

Ffffl-LIFE GROUP PRESSES CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES ON ABORTION 
ANTI-ABORTIONISTS POLL CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES 

NELSON, HARVEY L.(DRUG CHARGES) 

EAST DURHAM DRUG ROUNDUP BRINGS COCAINE, GUN CHARGES 

NELSON, HARVEY LEE (ROBBERY CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/MAN FAKING LEG INJURY STEALS PURSE 

NELSON, JAMES DONOVAN (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

F^OLICE LDG/DWI CHARGES FOLLOW SEPARATE INCIDENTS 

NELSON, JANE DR. 

THE GUIDING ROD: RAISING KIDS TO THINK THEY MATTER 

NELSON, JUAN (INDECENT LIBERTIES) 

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S 2 4/13/1989 A 9 N 



H 2 11/01/1989 A 
H 2 11/04/1989 C 
H 2 11/05/1989 A 



H 2 8/27/1989 F 
H 2 8/27/1989 F 



CHH 1 8/22/1989 A 
H 2 5/21/1989 D 
H 2 6/28/1989 B 



S 2 11/09/1989 C 
S 2 11/09/1989 C 
H 2 11/22/1989 A 



1 D N S6? 
1 P N S6? 
1 P N S69 



4 P F R60 
6 F R60 



7 N 
3 P U H45 
6 P N 



1 P N Yll 
1 N E33 
4 E 



H 2 2/19/1989 B 1 U N36 



H 2 1/21/1989 A 

H 2 5/24/1989 D 

S 2 5/25/1989 A 

H 2 7/18/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/13/1989 A 

H 2 7/19/1989 C 

S 2 7/31/1989 C 

H 2 4/05/1989 B 

H 2 6/23/1989 C 

H 2 3/08/1989 C 



H 2 10/27/1989 A 
S 2 10/27/1989 A 



S 2 10/25/1989 C 
H 2 12/28/1989 B 
CHH 1 1/29/1989 A 
H 2 12/07/1989 A 
H 2 8/22/1989 B 



13 N 

11 N 

4 E 

4 E 



3 P N S17 
1 N 
1 P P C45 
5 N 
1 N 
3 N 



1 N R63 
1 N C61 



1 N B53 
1 N M51 
3 N 
5 P N S56 
1 N S82 



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NELSON, MARGARET (DUKE WOMEN'S COALITION) 
DUKE TRUSTEES GET SIX NEW MEMBERS 

NELSON, MICHAEL ANTHONY (ASSAULT CHARGES) 

WOMAN HURTS KNEE AS EX-BOYFRIEND BREAKS INTO HOME 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN CITED IN ROBBERY Of NEIGHBOR, 80 

NELSON, MIKE (ORANGE CO. HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION) 
HEARINGS TO FOCUS ON NEEDS OF MINORITIES 
NELSON SEEKS FIRST BOARD TERM 
ALDERMAN CANDIDATE FAILS TO PAY TAXES 
CANDIDATE NELSON FAILS TO PAY TAXES 
CANDIDATE URGED DISCLOSURE RULE ADOPTION 
NELSON URGES ADOPTION OF ENVIRONMENT POLICY 
SIERRA CLUB PICKS LOCAL CANDIDATES 
NELSON FOCUSES ON ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES 

CARRBORO MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMENJVOTE FOR ONE MAYOR AND THREE ALD. 
NELSON RELEASES LIST OF CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 
OLD CARRBORO'S VOICE MAY BE FAILING 

NELSON, RICHARD H. (GRANVILLE COUNTY) 

RUN-OFFS ARE POSSIBLE IN FOUR GRANVILLE DISTRICTS 

NEMEROV, HOWARD 

POETS KNOW IT, OR DO THEY? 

POET LAUREATE FESTIVAL ATTRACTS TOPS IN FIELD FOR OCT. EVENT AT DUKE 

N.C. WILL BE HOST TO 4 PULITZER PRIZE WINNING AUTHORS 

'WHO SAID IT WAS DEAD?' 

LITERARY GIANTS SHOW WARES 

NESTER, ALLEN M. 

CIVIC CENTER 85X COMPLETE 
DURHAM CIVIC CENTER HUMMING 

NEUHARTH, AL (AUTHOR) 

JOURNALISM SCHOOL RECEIVES HIGH MARK 

NEURINGER, FELISA 

LIFE AFTER GRADUATION; EXPERTS SAY GOOD JOBS COME FROM GOOD PLANNING 

NEVILLE, EDWARD J. "EDDIE" (DECEASED) 

EDWARD 'EDDIE' NEVILLE, WINNINGEST PITCHER IN DURHAM BULLS HISTORY 
DURHAM LOSES SPORTS STAR 
THE PASSING OF A BULLS LEGEND 

NEVILLE, JERRY 

DUKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC NETS PROJECTED $520,000 INCOME 

NEVILLE, SUSAN BLAIR (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/TWO WOME N FACE CHARGES OF DWI 
ESCAPEE PENS LETTER; 14- YEAR-OLD CASE ENDS 

NEVILLE, THOMAS (DRUG AND WEAPON CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN HELD ON DRUGS, WEAPONS CHARGES 

NEVILLE, TOM 

BACK FROM THE USSR; 2 PLAYMAKERS DISCUSS 'WALK IN THE WOODS' SOVIET TOUR 

NEWBOLB, ELLEN SHEFFIELD 

SPAULDING GETS GOP NOD FOR UNC SEAT 

NEWCOMB, ELIZABETH (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

APPEALS COURT RULING VALIDATES USE OF 'JAILHOUSE INFORMANTS' 
VICTIMS OF VIOLENT CRIME ENCOURAGED BY SUPPORTIVE GROUP 

NEWCOMB, JOE LEE (ESCAPED PRISONER/BREAKING 4 ENTERING) 
POLICE CHARGE MAN FOUND HIDING IN SCHOOL 



H 2 7/15/1989 B 4 N 000 



2 2/26/1989 B 
2 11/29/1989 C 



N 

N M51 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/30/1989 

8/01/1989 

8/17/1989 

8/18/1989 

9/21/1989 

10/04/1989 

10/15/1989 

10/28/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/07/1989 

11/09/1989 



N S17 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N H90 
N 
N 

N C62 
N C62 



H 1 4/12/1989 C 1 P N T33 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 
S 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



9/07/1989 D 

9/17/1989 D 

10/01/1989 E 

10/08/1989 B 

10/15/1989 D 



1/20/1989 A 
3/06/1989 A 



10/17/1989 A 
5/14/1989 A 



1/26/1989 C 
1/27/1989 A 
1/30/1989 B 



5 P N 
3 P N 
8 P F H45 
3 P P T32 
3 U H45 



1 P N H70 

1 P N H70 



3 N 
2 N S17 



18 P 
4 E 
2 P N 



S 2 5/26/1989 A 1 P N H65 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



2/15/1989 A 
6/10/1989 A 



6/04/1989 A 
7/10/1989 A 
3/01/1989 A 



7/20/1989 C 
9/27/1989 C 



10 N 
3 N H90 



3 N 
6 P F W66 
1 N L40 



1 N S82 
1 N S82 



H 2 3/09/1989 C 2 N 



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APPEALS COURT RULING VALIDATES USE OF 'JAILHOUSE INFORMANTS' 

NEWKIRK, INGRID 

ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUP DIRECTOR PLANS CHAPEL HILL WORKSHOP 

UNC TO JOIN ANIMAL RESEARCH MEETING AT RTF 

ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS BLAST RTP MEETING 

MEETING BETWEEN HARDIN, PETA LEADER POSTPONED 

ACTIVIST CANCELS MEETING 

PETA HAD EVERYTHING TO GAIN 

EDITORIAL'S PREMISE FLAWED 

FORTRESS UNC 

PETA MAILS FLIER ATTACKING UNC RESEARCH 



NEWKIRK, KENNETH (AUTO ACCIDENT) 

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NEWMAN, BENTHA (REG. NURSE) 

WINNING STUDENTS' HEARTS GOAL OF MEDICAL GROUP 

NEWMAN, FRANCES 

CLUB HONORS FRANCES NEWMAN 

NEWMAN, FRED (STOCK CAR RACING) 

DRAG RACING IS WAY OF LIFE FOR NEWMAN 

NEWMAN, MITCHEL C, DR. (DECEASED) 

NEWMAN, 46 ; SPORTS MEDICINE PIONEER, FORMER DUKE RESIDENT 

NEWMAN, PAUL ANTONIO (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE 3 WITH DWI 

NEWSOM, JAMES L. 

DURHAM'S CITY-OUT AREAS DON'T PERPETUATE SEGREGATION 

NEWSOME, ROBERT ALLEN (CHARGED WITH EXPLODING BOMBS) 
DEPUTIES ARREST 2 FOR BOMBS 
TWO CHARGED WITH MAKING PIPE BOMBS 
3RD MAN HELD ON CHARGE OF HAVING PIPE BOMB 
POLICE CHARGE THIRD PERSON IN BOMB CASE 

NEWTON, BILL 

GET OUT, GET WET 

NEWTON, BOB 

CHIEF WANTS TO OVERHAUL OPERATIONS 

NEWTON, DAVID 

1988'S GOOD NEWS INCLUDED VISIT TO DURHAM STUDEBAKER FARM 

TALE OF A TIMID CONSUMER: VENTURING OUT TO BUY A 'BOOM BOX' 

PARK THE SAUCER FOR A CLOSE ENCOUNTER OVER SUNDAY DINNER 

SOME THINGS YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT BEAVERS, BUT DIDN'T ASK 

ELVIS SHOULD BE LICKED, CANCELLED; OTHERWISE STAMP OUT ALL WITH DARK... 

CONFEDERATE FLAGS SYMBOLS OF CQURAGE-HWD SADNESS 

FIRST GUESTS REACT FAVORABLY TO OMNI 

THIS COLUMN COULD CARRY A MESSAGE TO WRETCHES OF 2089 

ADHERENTS OF DUCT TAPE SAY YOU CAN FIX THE WORLD WITH IT 

JAPANESE WOODWORKING, CARPENTRY SENSITIVE SAYS CHATHAM MAN 

LOSS FOR MORTICIANS, NEWSROOM CREW IS GAIN FOR DENISE'S FAMILY 

COLUMNIST TAXPAYER OBJECTS TO HELPING BUILD 25,000-SEAT ARENA 

SHE'S A BASEBALL JUNKIE WHO GOT WINTER LEAGUE FIX IN DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

FOR A RENEWAL OF SPIRIT, TREK TO THE PINNACLES OF THE DAN 

A TASTE OF IMMORTALITY! COLUMN GOING INTO TIME CAPSULE 

JOEY THE PARAKEET DOES INDEED TALK, AFTER INITIAL RETICENCE 

FOR BROADENING EXPERIENCE, TRY A TRIP TO DIABET, MOROCCO 

HOME RUNS, KNOCK-OUT PUNCHES FILL BASEBALL, BOXING MEMORIES 

TRAFFIC EYE-IN-THE-SKY JOB DOESNT' AGREE WITH QUEASY STOMACH 

'CORPORATIZATION OF U.S. JOURNALISM' ANGERS EDITOR OF INDEPENDENT 

BASEBALL FANS WILL FIND NO CORN SPROUTING IN BILL MILLER'S INFIELD 

18 YEARS AFTER CHANGE OF HEART, KLAN TAG STILL HAUNTS HIM 

FOR MARSHALL MANGUM, PAINTING THE YARD'S A SPRING RITUAL 



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L P BYL 



H 2 7/20/1989 C 1 N S82 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1/26/1989 
2/18/1989 
2/19/1989 
6/16/1989 
7/27/1989 
8/01/1989 
8/20/1989 
9/10/1989 
10/02/1989 



N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
E 
L 
L 
N S17 



H 2 1/06/1989 A 



H 2 12/10/1989 B 1 P N C60 

H 2 6/15/1989 C 4 P N S22 

S 2 9/12/1989 B 5 P N M06 

H 2 7/24/1989 B 6 

CHH 1 8/08/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 1/30/1989 A 4 L 



S 2 1/16/1989 A 1 N B53 

H 2 1/17/1989 C 1 N 

S 2 1/18/1989 C 1 N H65 

H 2 1/19/1989 C 6 N 



H 2 10/06/1989 D 10 P N W66 
S 2 8/04/1989 C 1 P N S92 



H 


2 


1/01/1989 C 


L U N36 


H 


2 


1/22/1989 B 


I U N36 


H 


2 


1/29/1989 B 


I U N36 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 B 


[ U N36 


H 


2 


2/26/1989 B 


L U N36 


H 


2 


3/05/1989 B 


I P U N36 


H 


2 


3/06/1989 C 


I P N N36 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 B 


I U N36 


H 


2 


3/26/1989 B 


I U N36 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 B 


t U N36 


H 


2 


4/09/1989 B 


t U N36 


H 


2 


4/16/1989 B 


t U N36 


H 


2 


4/23/1989 B 


I U N36 


H 


2 


4/30/1989 B 


t U N36 


H 


2 


5/07/1989 B 1 


I U N36 


H 


2 


5/14/1989 B 


I U N36 


H 


2 


5/21/1989 B 


I U N36 


H 


2 


5/28/1989 B 


I P U N36 


H 


2 


6/04/1989 B 


I U N36 


H 


2 


6/11/1989 B 


I U N36 


H 


2 


6/25/1989 B : 


t U N36 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 B 1 


, P U N36 


H 


2 


7/09/1989 B j 


U N36 



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NAMES 



HELPFUL RECRUITMENT HINTS FOR MANAGERS WITH NO HIRING FREEZE 

THIS NON- JOINER SUCCUMBS TO LURE OF THE CATFISH LOVERS 

TALKING, POWERCISE WORKOUT MACHINES DON'T CHANGE 'NO PAIN, NO GAIN' 

PRICE HIKED TO *40 FOR POPULAR, TALKING 'VANITY* LICENSE PLATES 

RINALDI, 59, BOUNCES BACK UITH ANOTHER FRIED CHICKEN SHOP 

DUKE ATHLETE, FIGHTER PILOT, MIA COMES HOME TO ARLINGTON 

NUCLEAR POWER FOE EDDLEMAN HAS FILED 350 ISSUES UITH NRC 

WALL TUMBLING DOWN STIRS MEMORIES OF EAST BERLIN INTIMIDATION 

DUKE PROFESSOR'S BOOK EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT PENCIL 

COFFEE CUP BEGAN CAR'S DECOR; KITCHEN SINK NEXT? 

EGGED-ON NCCU STUDENTS REACH PROBLEM-SOLVING EGGS-PERTISE 

HIGH SCHOOL 24 YEARS LATER: STUDENTS HAVE CARS, ASK GOOD QUESTIONS 

$10 WILL BUY 2-OUNCE CHUNK OF BERLIN WALL AT MORGAN IMPORTS 

GOING MALLING AT CHRISTMAS TAKES TOLL ON BODY AND SOUL 

SOME FOLKS SPOKE IN STRANGE AND MYSTERIOUS WAYS 

NEWTON, FAIRRON W, (FORGERY) 

TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

NEWTON, GEORGE W. 

DTCC TRUSTEE CHAIR WILL SPEAK AT COMMENCEMENT 
SPEAKER 'KIN' TO 600 GRADS 







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2 7/30/1989 C 1 


U N36 


H 


2 8/20/1989 C I 


U N36 


H 


2 9/03/1989 C 1 


U N36 


H 


2 10/08/1989 B 1 


U N36 


H 


2 10/22/1989 B . 


U N36 


H 


2 10/29/1989 B J 


P U N36 


H 


2 11/05/1989 B 


U N36 


H 


2 11/12/1989 B 


, U N36 


H 


2 11/19/1989 B 


, U N36 


H 


2 11/26/1989 B 


P U N36 


H 


2 12/03/1989 B 1 


U N36 


H 


2 12/10/1989 B 


, U N36 


H 


2 12/17/1989 B 


U N36 


H 


2 12/24/1989 B 


U N36 


H 


2 12/31/1989 B 


U N36 



CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 



N H90 



S 2 6/14/1989 A 11 N 
S 2 6/21/1989 B 1 P N T32 



NEWTON. GWEN 

COMPASSION IS CRITICAL FOR CRITICAL-CARE NURSES 

NEWTON, JOHN (ACTOR) 

'SUPERBOY'S* DRIVING RECORD WORSE THAN HE TOLD SHERIFF, OFFICIALS SAY 
SUPERBOY FORGETS SLOGAN 

NEWTON, KLUTZ E. (MURDER VICTIM) 

JURY RETURNS INDICTMENTS FOR MURDER, MANSLAUGHTER 

NEWTON, REBECCA (MUSICIAN) 

CABARET IN INDIANAPOLIS FEATURES TRIANGLE ARTISTS 

A WHOLE LOTTA COUNTRY 

PINKY & DUKE; NOW, JUST WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE? 

NEWTON, WALTER 

SIMONS RECEIVES GRANVILLE CHAMBER'S OUTSTANDING CITIZEN AWARD 
2 RUSSIAN VISITORS GET A LOOK AT AMERICAN FACTORIES, WORKERS 



NEWTON, WANDA K. 

LIVING OUT ON THEIR OWN 



TOGETHER 



NEWTON, WAYNE (GRANVILLE COUNTY) 

DEMOCRATS FILE FOR FIVE SEATS ON BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 



S 2 9/22/1989 B 1 P F S27 



H 2 6/09/1989 C 
S 2 6/12/1989 A 



6 N 
4 E 



H 2 2/21/1989 B 12 N S82 



H 2 1/02/1989 A 
H 2 1/06/1989 D 
H 2 1/06/1989 D 



H 1 3/30/1989 C 
H 2 11/29/1989 C 



CHH 1 5/15/1989 A 
H 2 2/24/1989 C 



6 P U W66 

1 P P S73 

10 P F Zll 



1 N T33 
1 P N T33 



3 P N S17 
1 N T33 



NG, LENNY 

MATHEMATICALLY SPEAKING, HE'S SECOND 
PRESIDENTIAL HOORAH 

NIBLOCK, JOHN (N.C. CHILD ADVOCACY INSTITUTE) 
AGE 16 ADULT CLASSIFICATION BLASTED 

NICHOLS, AL (FLAG DESIGNER) 

BULL'S STARS BOUND BANNER 

NICHOLS, DENNIS (SCHOOL PRINCIPAL) 

2 CITY SCHOOLS FACE OPENING WITHOUT CHIEFS 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



5/13/1989 A 
5/16/1989 A 



NICHOLS, JOY 

WAY CLEARED FOR JURY TRIAL IN CHIUHCGLIGENCE LAWSUIT H 

SOCIAL WORKERS 'TARRED AND FEATHERED,' DEFENSE LAWYER CLAIMS H 

SOCIAL SERVICES DIRECTOR DENIED CHANGE-GF-VENUE REQUEST IN LAWSUIT TRIAL H 

DURHAM JUDGE WANTS TRIAL TO PROCEED AS SCHEDULED S 

TRIAL TO BEGIN IN CHILD-WELFARE NEGLIGENCE SUIT H 

SUIT AGAINST SOCIAL SERVICES REPORTEDLY REACHES SETTLEMENT H 

LAWYERS IN NEGLIGENCE SUIT WILL RETURN TO COURT S 

COUNTY SETTLES IN CHILD ABUSE CASE S 



2 6/07/1989 A 



2 8/15/1989 C 



3/20/1989 B 

7/21/1989 C 

7/25/1989 

7/25/1989 

8/28/1989 

8/30/1989 

8/30/1989 

8/31/1989 



5 P P 
1 P P 



H 2 12/14/1989 B 2 N 



1 P N C61 

1 N S92 



1 N S82 

1 N S82 

1 N S82 
1 P N B53 

1 N S32 

1 N 

1 N B53 

1 N B53 



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ABUSED CHILD SUIT SETTLEMENT: $100,000 OVER NEXT 26 YEARS • 
ANNUITY EASES STING OF LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT 

NICHOLS, NORMA BARRINGER 

GOODBYE, NORMA'S/COLLEGE SHOP CLOSING AFTER 38 YEARS... 

NICHOLSON, EUNICE (EFLAND) 

CHIMNEY RUINS PROMPT COUPLE TO FILE LAWSUIT 

NICHOLSON, EVELYN 

LEADER OF CANCER SOCIETY HOPES TO MAKE PROGRAMS MORE VISIBLE 

NICHOLSON, JAMES L. JR. 

NICHOLSON ELECTED HEAD OF DTCC BOARD 

NICHOLSON, JANICE 

SCHOOL LEADERS DRAG FEET 

NICHOLSON, ROBERT "NICK" (EFLAND) 

CHIMNEY RUINS PROMPT COUPLE TO FILE LAWSUIT 

NICHOLSON, STANLEY LEWIS (DRUG ARREST) 

CALIF. MAN ARRESTED ON COCAINE CHARGE 

DURHAM WOMAN, CALIFORNIA FACE U.S. DRUG CHARGES 

NICHOLSON, WILLIE 

FIRE DESTROYS MOBILE HOME 

NICKERSON, STELLA 

NICKERSON APPOINTED ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 

NICKLAUS, JACK 

NICKLAUS BATTLING BACK WOES AGAIN 

PINEHURST NATIONAL! NICKLAUS OPENS 'SPECIAL' COURSE WITH 4-UNDER 68 

NICKLAUS IS SET ON PLAYING AFTER OVERLOOKING WORK 

NIED, DAVID (BASEBALL) 
DURHAM BULLS, 1989 

CHAMPION'S BLAST LIFTS BULLS BY BUCS 
BULLS GIVE NIED PLENTY OF RUNS 

NIEKRO, PHIL 

NIEKRO BACK AT HOME WITH BRAVES 

NIELSEN, HELLE 

INSIGHT/DURHAM'S HOUSING DILEMMAJ AFFORDABLE HOMES MAY BE HARD TO FIND 

NIFONG, MICHAEL 

JUSTICE ISN'T BLIND IN DURHAM COUNTY 

NININGER, SUSAN 

HEADLINE WAS INFLAMMATORY 

NIPPER, SCOTTY WAYNE (DRUNKEN DRIVING/RECKLESS DRIVING) 
POLICE LOG/TRAFFIC CHARGES FOLLOW CHASE 

NITZE, PAUL HENRY 

LONGTIME DIPLOMAT TO SPEAK AT DUKE TONIGHT 

NIXON, CALDWELL 

DESPITE ILLNESS, 80-YEAR-OLD ANXIOUS TO RETURN TO ACTION 



NIXON, RICHARD 

NO TRICKS, JUST WORDS OF COMFORT BY NIXON 

"THE BLUE DEVILS ARE CONSOLED BY AN ALUMNUS" 

CARTOON WAS APPALLING 

REAGAN YEARS NO JOKE 

NIXON TO ATTEND N.C.. FUNDRAISER 

MISTAKE WAS A BIG ONE 

NIXON'S RACE FOR REDEMPTION 



(CARTOON) 



N E 

P D 

H 2 

S 2 



S 2 

CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 



H 2 
H 2 



S 

E 

— DATE — C 

9/01/1989 C 
9/01/1989 C 



11/23/1989 C 
1/23/1989 A 
9/30/1989 C 
7/25/1989 A 
9/15/1989 A 
1/23/1989 A 



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-PG L P BYL 

1 N S82 
1 N B53 



1 PN E33 

3 P N R63 

12 P N S22 

3 P N S92 

4 L 

3 P N R63 



2/25/1989 C 
3/07/1989 B 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



12/26/1989 A 
10/18/1989 A 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 

S 2 

H 2 



4/06/1989 D 
4/27/1989 D 
6/04/1989 C 



4/11/1989 D 
5/16/1989 B 
5/31/1989 D 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

CHH 1 



4/14/1989 B 
6/25/1989 D 
9/13/1989 A 
1/18/1989 A 
3/30/1989 A 
10/10/1989 D 
6/22/1989 D 



2/28/1989 D 
3/02/1989 A 
3/10/1989 A 
4/13/1989 A 
5/25/1989 C 
5/30/1989 A 
6/30/1989 A 



12 N 
9 N M51 



1 P N W57 
3 N 



4 N C49 
1 P N C49 

5 P N C49 



2 P F 
1 P N P52 
1 P N P52 



1 P N C52 

1 P F 
4 E 
4 L 

2 N 
4 N 

1 N V05 



1 P U M14 
4 T T C50 
4 L 

4 E 

5 N 
4 E 
4 E 



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nixon right about china 

in poland, an unexpected homage to nixon 

nixon, russ (baseball) 

nixon*. young br aves making progress 

nixon: braves better 

braves' nixon is optimistic about 1989 

nobles, brenda joyce (kidnapping suspect) 

woman sentenced to 12 years in prison for abducting baby 
insanity defense debate goes on 

noe, jerry (sculptor) 

unc sculptor jerry noe with his work 

noe's neoni unc artist noe blends sculpture, technology 

noell, bruce alexander (drug charges) 

police log/store money bag snatched while employee distracted 

noell, earl gerome (breaking and entering) 

police log/local police charge man in break-in 

noell, janet marcella (unemployment fraud) 

police log/uoman charged with unemployment fraud 

nohren, jeffrey lyw (drunken driving charges) 
police log/speeding incident leads to dwi charge 

noonan, tim 

a non-partisan agenda 

triangle to discuss policy on defense 

triangle group participates in national security forum 

residents favor cuts in defense ; roosevelt study released 

norby, paul 

planning, managing and paying for growth 

norby: durham won't lose hud funds 

durham is preparing to stand up and be counted 

city could lose funds in ccb pact 

lobbying for housing project described as proper 

norby : project passage f1«jper 

housing program rules may change 

watershed development limited 

norcross, kathy 

orange high educators make good use of refuse 

no time for arrogance/festicibe contamination watchdog spalt sees... 

curbside recycling to triple in size 

chapel hill wall challenges area rock climbers 

rape no longer viewed as 'women's f-roblem' 

breaking violence cycle; orange/durham coalition helps victims... 

a victim's tale 

nordgren, carl 

chapel hill company makes rapid-growth list 

norfleet, edward a. dr. 

norfleet receives fuller award 

norfleet, linda 

adf offers free talks about black dance 

norflett, walter (st. joseph's historic foundation) 

ground broken for renovation, expansion dp st. joseph's center 

noriega, manuel antonio 

noriega may succeed in ousting himself 

protected by drugs 

helms says noriega shot major, attacks white house inaction 

u.s. forces try to oust ncriega/n.c.congressmen back bush's action 



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S 2 7/01/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 7/16/1989 E 4 U H49 



H 2 1/31/1989 B 2 P N C52 
S 2 1/31/1989 B 2 P N P52 
S 2 4/04/1989 D 3 P U F52 



H 2 4/06/1989 B 10 N 
H 2 4/10/1989 B 1 N 



2 2/03/1989 D 
2 2/24/1989 D 



H 2 10/10/1989 B 



CHH 1 8/04/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/10/1989 A 



CHH 1 7/10/1989 A 



H 2 1/06/1989 A 

S 2 2/06/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/19/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/12/1989 A 



14 P P 
9 P F MAO 



14 N H51 

5 N 

3 N 

3 N 



4 L 
1 N M06 
1 P N R63 
3 N R63 



3/17/1989 
5/05/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/20/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/06/1989 
8/28/1989 
12/19/1989 



8/20/1989 
8/22/1989 
8/27/1989 
9/03/1989 
9/11/1989 
9/18/1989 
CHH 1 10/01/1989 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



J 

N C61 
N C61 
N C61 
N R63 
N C61 
N C61 
N H65 



H 2 2/26/1989 D 6 P N C47 



CHH 1 9/20/1989 A 
S 2 6/20/1989 B 
H 2 4/12/1989 C 



S 2 5/16/1989 A 

H 2 7/06/1989 A 

H 2 10/06/1989 A 

S 2 12/20/1989 A 



3 N 
6 P N 
10 N J20 



4 E 
4 E 
1 P N 
1 M N Yll 



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PROFS SAY U.S., BUSH SUBJECT TO CRITICISM 

NORIEGA OUSTED AS U.S. FORCES INVADE PANAMA, BOUNTY OFFERED FOR DICATOR 

HELMS: NORIEGA'S DAYS NUMBERED 

DUKE PROFESSORS REALISTIC ON PANAMA PROSPECTS 

PRESIDENT KEPT HIS PLAN UNDER WRAPS 2 DAYS 

AT FORT BRAGG, MEDIA GETS SILENT TREATMENT 

NEW BEGINNING FOR PANAMA 

HELMS: NORIEGA CAN BE CAPTURED 

GEN. NORIEGA'S NOT SO BAD? 

NO ARMY AND NO WAY OUT 

GOVERNOR: HELMS 'RIGHT ALL ALONG' ABOUT NORIEGA 

VATICAN SHOULD STOP GIVING AID TO NORIEGA 

NORRIS, JUPITER 

CEDAR GROVE MAN GETS 20-YEAR JAIL SENTENCE 

NORTH, OLIVER 

JUDGE'S RULE FORCES STAND IN NORTH CASE 

IS TRIAL COMPROMISED? 

AND THEN THERE'S THE NORTH JURY 

WHY NORTH TRIAL IS NECESSARY 

DOCUMENT SHREDDING IS INDEED A BIG DEAL 

PRESIDENT STILL NOT TALKING 

PRESIDENT DRAWING FINE LINE ON NORTH 

JURY TEACHES NORTH IMPORTANT CIVICS LESSON 

PARDON WOULD PLACE NORTH ABOVE THE LAW 

HE'S GUILTY BUT... 

NORTH DOESN'T DESERVE HERO, FALL GUY LABELS 

NORTH NOT INNOCENT BUT... 

NORTH FACING REAL LOSS 

NORTH NOT ABOVE LAW 

JUDGE SHOULDN'T EXCUSE NORTH FROM TESTIFYING 

NORTHRUP, DON (JEWELRY DESIGNER) 

JEWELRY-MAKING BLENDS SCULPTURE AND COSMETICS 

NORWOOD, RANDY BROOKS (DRUG CHARGES) 
4 MEN CHARGED IN COCAINE BUST 

NOVACK, ROGER DR. 

DUKE RESEARCHER'S TECHNIQUE MAY SAVE SOME EYE DAMAGE 

NUNN, GREGORY (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/OFFICERS SAY BURGLAR CAUGHT LEAVING HOUSE BY WINDOW 

NUNN, PEARL W. (DECEASED) 

MRS. NUNN, 107, DIES IN BALTIMORE 

NUNN, SAM (GEORGIA) 
CORRECTION 

NUNN WILL BENEFIT FROM TOWER DEFEAT 
WARM-HEARTED, FUZZY-HEADED; SEN. NUNN'S 'CITIZENS CORPS' HAS MANY.., 

NURINDA, UMBERTO 

AN UNWELCOME SURPRISE 

NUSSBAUM, HEDDA 

STEINBERG CASE OFFERS NO SENSE OF SATISFACTION 

NYE, KEMP BATTLE 

STORIES OF KEMP PLUMMER BATTLE PEPPERED WITH NOTABLES/AROUND TOWN 

NYE, LAURA 

NEW ORANGE ASSISTANT DA IS ON THE JOB 

NYGARD, MARGARET 
ENO AWARD 

WILDERNESS GUARDIAN 
CELEBRATING FOR A GOOD CAUSE 
ENO GROUP SHY OF MATCHING GRANT 









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


2 12/20/1989 A 
2 12/21/1989 A 
2 12/21/1989 A 
2 12/21/1989 A 
2 12/21/1989 A 
2 12/21/1989 A 
2 12/21/1989 A 
2 12/21/1989 A 
2 12/26/1989 A 
2 12/27/1989 A 
2 12/28/1989 B 
2 12/28/1989 A 


1 N E33 
1 M N 
1 P N 
1 N R63 
1 N 

3 P N S69 

4 E 

1 P N E33 
4 E 
4 E 
1 P N L40 
4 E 


CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 


2 


N H90 


S 2 1/17/1989 A 
H 2 2/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 
H 2 2/24/1989 A 
S 2 3/27/1989 A 
S 2 4/10/1989 A 
S 2 4/15/1989 A 
S 2 5/05/1989 A 
S 2 5/08/1989 A 
H 2 5/09/1989 A 
S 2 7/06/1989 A 
H 2 7/08/1989 A 
S 2 8/02/1989 A 
S 2 8/05/1989 A 
S 2 12/16/1989 A 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


E 

E 

U H90 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

N 


S 


2 4/13/1989 B 


2 P F 659 


CHH 1 8/19/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


H 


2 1/21/1989 B 


6 


N D80 


H 


2 10/17/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 8/31/1989 C 


2 





S 
S 
H 


2 2/13/1989 A 
2 3/15/1989 A 
2 7/07/1989 A 


2 
4 
4 


N 
E 
E 


CHH 1 12/27/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


S 


2 3/28/1989 A 


4 


E 


a§ 


1 1 8/27/1989 A 


8 


U 


CHH 1 10/22/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


S 

H 
H 
S 


2 2/11/1989 A 
2 3/12/1989 D 
2 7/10/1989 A 
2 11/30/1989 B 


1 P P T37 
4 E 
4 E 
1 P N H65 



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N E 

P D 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 

E 

— DATE — C 

12/13/1989 A 

10/27/1989 C 

2/01/1989 C 



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-PG L P BYL 

1 N E33 

1 N M51 

2 P N 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



1/28/1989 C 
10/08/1989 A 
10/30/1989 A 



1 P N P38 
1 N S82 
1 N B53 



CHH 1 8/20/1989 A 1 N M25 



NEW ENO DRIVE LOOP WORRIES NATURALISTS 

O'BRIANT, KEITH (DRUG CHARGE) 
COCAINE, WEAPONS SEIZED 

O'BRIANT, STEPHEN ANTHONY (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 
PERSON TEEN DIES AS CAR GOES INTO POND 

O'BRIEN, PAT (DURHAM COUNTY ABC) 

MOONSHINE POISONING POSSIBLE CAUSE OF TWO RECENT DEATHS PROBED BY ABC 
DURHAM MARIJUANA ARRESTS TOP THOSE FOR COCAINE 
DURHAM ARRESTEES POLLED ON DRUGS 

O'CONNELL, BECKY 

GAS-TAINTED WELL REMAINS A MYSTERY 

O'CONNELL, MAURA (SINGER) 

MAUDLIN, BUT AMERICAN H 2 2/10/1989 D 1 P P 

THE ACCIDENTAL SINGERj IRISH VOCALIST TEAMS WITH NASHVILLE DUO H 2 2/10/1989 D 8 P F W66 

O'CONNOR, JOHN DENNIS DR. 

PROVOST PUSHES UNC AUTONOMY; SAYS TOO MUCH MONEY GOES BACK TO STATE CHH 1 3/18/1989 A 1 P N S17 
GRAD STUDENT PAY TOO LOW? PROVOST CHH 1 7/09/1989 A 3 N S17 

O'CONNOR, KEVIN (LACROSSE COACH) 

SCHOOL HOLDS LACROSSE CAMP S 2 6/20/1989 D 3 P N A76 

LEARNING ROCK CLIMBING CAN BE A CLIFF-HANGER S 2 7/04/1989 B 1 P P T37 

O'CONNOR, SANDRA DAY 

SANDRA O'CONNOR: COURT'S SWING VOTE H 2 12/03/1989 D 10 P H 

O'CONNOR, THOMAS P. (DWI CHARGES) 

MAN SENTENCED ON INDECENT LIBERTIES CHARGE CHH 1 4/01/1989 A 3 N H90 

O'DANIEL, JOHN 

JOHN O'DANIEL'S DURHAM ROLE H 2 2/21/1989 A 4 L 

CLARIFYING 'MISCONCEPTIONS' H 2 3/01/1989 A 4 L 

O'DONNaL, DENNIS NEIL (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH DWI CHH 1 8/06/1989 A 12 N 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE 3 WITH DWI CHH 1 8/08/1989 A 3 N 

O'DONNELL, NEIL 

THANKS TO O'DONNJZLL, ACC SEASON KICKED OFF WITH A BANG, NOT A YAWN H 2 9/03/1989 B 3 U M88 

O'GRADY, MAC (GOLF) 

' GRADY t A MAC BY ANY OTHER NAME... H 2 4/22/1989 D 1 P U C49 

O'KEEFE, LUCY M. (ANTI-ABORTION ACTIVIST) 

NOW SUBPOENAS ABORTION PROTESTER CHH 1 1/05/1989 A 3 N S17 

O'MALLEY, MARION 

DURHAM EDUCATOR TO RECEIVE FIRST PEACEMAKER AWARD S 2 9/21/1989 C 3 N 

WOMAN TO GET PEACE AWARD CHH 1 9/29/1989 A 1 P N 

O'NEAL, ELTON L. JR. (TRUCK ACCIDENT VICTIM) 

RECORDS: HARGIS HAD 3 PREVIOUS DWI CONVICTIONS S 2 1/03/1989 B 8 N 

JURY RETURNS INDICTMENTS FOR MURDER, MANSLAUGHTER H 2 2/21/1989 B 12 N S82 

ROUGEMONT MAN GETS PRISON TERM H 2 8/01/1989 A 1 N S82 

O'NEAL. KAREN 

BICYCLE TAKES ON BATTERY H 2 10/12/1989 A 6 P F Zll 

O'NEAL, RICHARD (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/5 SUSPECTS FACE DRUG CHARGES H 2 8/13/1989 B 8 N 

O'NEIL, JOHN (EPA) 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS OKS $28 MILLION UNC EPA BUILDING CHH 1 3/11/1989 A 1 P N S17 

UNC, EPA PLAN $28 MILLION CENTER TO STUDY AIR POLLUTION H 2 7/17/1989 B 1 N K65 



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MUSEUM MOVE IS RISKY 

MUSEUM BACKING NOT SO SKIMPY 

CHAPEL HILL FAVORS MUSEUM MERGER' 

FORMER BOARD MEMBER AGAINST MUSEUM MERGER 

O'REILLY, JIM 

O'REILLY! TAXES SHOULD BE SAME 
THE SEPARATE-BUT-EQUAL PLAN 

O'REILLY, RICHARD 

MICROSOFT'S INTEGRATED UORKS 2.0 AIMED AT NEW, INTERMEDIATE USERS 

OAKES, TONY (FOOTBALL COACH) 

WEBB CONTINUES TO WIN THE CLOSE ONES 

OAKLEY, CHRISTINA SPILMAN (SUICIDE VICTIM) 
ROXBORO WOMAN DIES FROM GUNSHOT WOUND 

OAKLEY, LOWELL 

DUKE PERSONICL OFFICIAL, U.S. TAX ATTORNEYS HIGHLIGHT CHAMBER FORUM 

OAKLEY, SID (POTTER) 

A CRAFTY WAY TO WELCOME SPRING/TUESDAY TALK 

TEAPOTS SHORT, TEAPOTS STOUT i CEDAR CREEK GALLERY HOSTS NATIONAL SHOW 

POTTER OAKLEY NAMED N.C. LIVING TREASURE 

OAKLEY ENHANCES LIFE'S QUALITY 

LIVING TREASURE; DESIGNATION HONORS CREEDMOOR POTTER 

SID OAKLEY: LIVING TREASURE 

OAKS, RON (SHERIFF'S DEPUTY) 

EXTORTIONIST INVESTIGATED HIS OWN CASE 

OATES, RONALD JR. (HAM RADIO OPERATOR) 

HAM OPERATORS TO BROADCAST FROM SIBERIA 

OBASANJO, OLUSEGUN 

EX-PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA CALLS FOR UPROOTING SOUTH AFRICAN SYSTEM 

OBIE, C. BERNARD (NEW ALLIANCE PARTY) 

3 DURHAM REPUBLICANS REPORT EXPENSIVE LOST BID 

'PROGRESS' THREATENS POOR 

CITY COUNCIL RACES PICK UP 4 CANDIDATES 

9 CANDIDATES IN RUNNING FOR COUNCIL 

22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 

CITY ELECTION LINEUP; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

VOTE/' 89; VOTING PRECINCT TALLY 

OBRINGER, DAVID ALAN (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/UNC POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH DWI 

OCHOLA, MAURICE (MUSICIAN) 

THIRD WORLD MUSIC/MAURICE OCHOLA AND OTHERS OFFER AFRICAN BEAT 

ODOM, BRYAN 

THE CLASS OF '89; LIKE MANY, TWO SENIORS HAVE PLANS FOR A LIFETIME 
THE CLASS OF '89; LIKE MANY, TWO SENIORS HAVE PLANS FOR A LIFETIME 

ODOM, DARBY 

MOBILE-PHONE INSTALLER OFFERS A WOMAN'S TOUCH 

ODOM, DAVE (BASKETBALL COACH) 

BACK IN THE SADDLE; HOLLAND'S ABSENCE PUTS ODOM AT END OF BENCH 

ODOM CHOSEN TO HEAD DEACON BASKETBALL PROGRAM 

ODOM TAKES OVER AS DEMON DEACONS HEAD COACH 

ODOM'S BIG CHANCE 

ODOM TAKES STROLL DOWN MEMORY LANE 



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COUNTY GIVES JAIL REPORT ON SPACE IMPROVEMENTS 
LAWYER BLASTS COUNTY DELAY ON SHORT-TERM JAIL-SPACE PLAN 
COMMISSIONERS RAISE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S SALARY 
COUNTY WANTS END TO DOUBLE TAXING ON JOINT PROJECTS 
COUNTY ASKS LAWMAKERS' HELP ON JOINT-PROJECT TAXES 

ODUM, HOWARD 

KEEPING TABS/GRAHAM, GREEN, ODUM ONCE UNDER FBI'S WATCH 

OGBURN, SANDRA V. 

'WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH' SOUGHT BY COUNCILWOKEN 

DURHAM HOPES TO HIT DRUGS THROUGH GUNS 

LEUIS-OGBURN COMMITTEE DECLINES RECOMMENDATION ON BROWN'S GRANT REQUEST 

NCCU FUND REQUEST STIRS COUNCILMEN 

INTEGRITY OF GOVERNMENT 

OGBURN SEEKS WAYS TO END DOUBLE TAXATION 

ELIMINATE DOUBLE DIPS OF TAXPAYERS* MONEY 

DURHAM AMONG CITIES IN RUNNING FOR ANTI-DRCfOUT YOUTH PROGRAM 

OGLESBY, KATHRYN ELIZABETH (BABY MODEL) 

"MISS JANUARY" AN ADORABLE CALENDAR BABE (AGE 3) FROM DURHAM 

OKUN, DANIEL A. 

KEEP COMMUNITY SEPTIC SYSTEMS OUT OF WATERSHEDS 

HEADLINE INCORRECT 

6 LOCALS FAIL IN EMC WATER COUNCIL BIDS 

OKUN, TEMA 

A PLANNED-GROWTH ORDINANCE 

OLDENBURG, THEODORE R. "TED" DR. 
OLDENBURG INTERIM DENTAL DEAN 

OLDHAM, HILDA LORRAINE "CAROLYN" (DRUG CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN HELD ON COCAINE CHARGE 

OLIVE, GREGORY 

POLICE ARREST 2 IN DRUG RAID ON HOOVER RD. 

OLIVE, LUCKY ELBRIDGE (DRUG CHARGES) 

FtM-ICE ARREST 2 IN DRUG RAID ON HOOVER RD. 

OLIVER, ANTHONY (MURDER VICTIM) 

WOMAN INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGE 

OLIVER, BILL ("PARENT TO PARENT") 

'PARENT TO PARENT' PROGRAM POPULAR 
EDUCATING PARENTS 

OLIVER, BRIAN (BASKETBALL) 

YELLOW JACKETS FIRED UP FOR TAR HEELS 

OLIVER, MIGUEL ANTONIO (BURGLARY CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/FIVE MEN ARE PEPPERED WITH SHOT WHILE SITTING ON A WALL 

OLIVER, TOM 

OLIVER NAMED METRO EDITOR 

OLIVER, WALLACE (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/SPITTING ON OFFICER CALLED DEADLY WEAPON 

OLIVIER, LAURENCE 

ACTOR'S ACTOR GOES OFFSTAGE 

CURTAIN FALLS FOR GIANTS 

THIS KNIGHT WAS A PRINCE OF A PRINCEi 1948 'HAMLET' WAS OLIVIER'S BEST 

OLLISON, JOSEPH 

REPAYMENT ORDERED IN 'CREDIT REPAIR' SCHEME 



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P D — DATE- 

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S 2 10/26/1989 

H 2 11/28/1989 

S 2 12/04/1989 

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H 2 4/23/1989 

H 2 12/03/1989 



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1 P N H65 



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A 1 Q H70 

C 1 P N R63 

A 1 N C61 

A 4 E 

A 1 P N C61 

A 4 E 

C 1 N S92 



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A SERVICE FOR DINERS AND RESTAURANTS ALIKE/ 'PAUNCH' AND 'JUDY' 
DINERS ARE ADVISED TO STICK TO CHINESE 

OLSEN, ELISE A. DR. 

MEDICATION MAY ALSO HAVE BENEFITS FOR BALDING WOMEN 

OLSEN, TILLIE 

WRITER TO TALK AT DUKE LUNCH 

OLSON, WENDY (HILLSBOROUGH) 

CATES MAY ASK TWO ON TREE BOARD TO RESIGN 
SMALL VOICES RESPONDS TO CATES' CHARGES 
CATES PERSECUTES SMALL VOICES MEMBERS 
SMALL VOICES CHARGES CATES WITH INTIMIDATION 
MAYOR SHOULD APOLOGIZE 

OMAN, CARL REUBEN DR. (DECEASED) 

DR. OMAN, INVENTOR OF DENTISTRY DRILL 

ONASSIS, JACQUELINE KENNEDY 
MRS. ONASSIS A NO-SHOW 

ONNEN, YORK E. 

PRIME TIME/RETIREES TOLD OF VIRTUES OF EXERCISE AT UNC CONFERENCE 

ONTJES. SHERRI 

OPENING OF CARRBORO CRAFTS SHOP HAS OWNER 'A LITTLE LIGHT-HEADED' 

OPTON, SUSAN POPE (EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/EMBEZZLING CHARGES ARE FILED 

OREFFICE, PAUL F. 

LAWSUITS CALLED BIGGEST THREAT TO AMERICAN BUSINESS 

ORRINGER, EUGENE P. DR. (UNC-CH SCH. OF MEDICINE) 
ORRINGER NAMED CAVINESS PROF. 

ORTEGA, DANIEL 

'DEMOCRAT' ORTEGA DOUBTED 

OSBORN, KIRK (ORANGE/CHATHAM CO. PUBLIC DEFENDER) 
ANNADALE HIRED TO KILL ENNIS, INMATE CLAIMS 

OSBORNE, FRANKIE ALLEN SR. (FORGERY CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/FORGERY AMONG CHARGES AFTER 2-COUNTY CHASE 

OSBORNE, LISA CARLOTTA (DRUG CHARGES) 

MOTEL DISTURBANCE CALL RESULTS IN DRUG ARREST 

OSGOOD, CHARLES 

THEY'RE NOT ALL GREEDY/MANY HARD-WORKING STUDENTS EXCEPTIONS TO THE 

OSLER, DOUGLAS 

SCOTTISH SCHOOL INSPECTOR EYES DURHAM SCHOOLS 

OSTERHOUT, SHIRLEY DR. 

MARTIN APPOINTS DUKE PEDIATRICIAN TO SAFETY TASK FORCE 

OUTEN, GOLDIE 

STATE AUTHORITIES RULE DURHAM INVESTMENT GROUP A 'PYRAMID' 

OVERCASH, CHAD WENDELL (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 
UNC STUDENT KILLED IN WRECK 

OVERMAN, X 

ELECTIONS BOARD 

STEP UP AND SIGN IN BEFORE HITTING BOOTH 

ELECTIONS BOARD MEMBER QUESTIONS PRIMARY SIGN-IN POLICY PROCEDURE 



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H 2 



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H 2 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



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12/15/1989 D 



4/25/1989 C 
4/05/1989 B 



8/11/1989 A 
8/12/1989 A 
8/12/1989 A 
8/18/1989 A 
8/18/1989 A 



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



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H 2 



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8/10/1989 A 

10/06/1989 A 
7/06/1989 A 
5/11/1989 A 
2/15/1989 A 

12/25/1989 A 
2/17/1989 A 
8/26/1989 A 

11/19/1989 B 
8/29/1989 C 

11/24/1989 A 
9/12/1989 C 
2/22/1989 A 
8/24/1989 A 
3/24/1989 C 



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5 N 

3 P N S17 

10 P N 

4 E 

1 P N M70 
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POLICE LOG/WOMAN DEAD IN CAR IDENTIFIED 
GOLD JEWELRY STOLEN ROM MOTORCYCLE SHOP 

OWENS, DAVID 

WILL THE CAT PROTECT THE FLOUNDER? 

OWENS, DELLA 

FIRED POLICE DISPATCHER SUES DURHAM (CORRECTION FAINTED 5-2-89) 

CORRECTION 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

F13LICE DEPT. EMPLYEE FIRED AFTER TEST REHIRED 

HOPKINS GETS 2-WEEK SUSPENSION 

PACE, CARRIE 

DUKE ARCHAEOLOGISTS MAKE IMPORTANT DISCOVERY IN ISRAEL 

PACE, EVERETT 
DARE DONORS 

PACE, LEE 

BROWN, HEELS LOOKING FOR WINS 

PACKER, ALFERD 

CANNIBAL-HERO IS VINDICATED 

PADDISON, JULIE PAIGE (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/AREA POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH DWI 

PADEREWSKI, IGNACE JAN 

DUKE ARTISTS SERIES SET FOR 60TH YEAR 

PADGETT, MARTIN (EDITOR OF'JABBERWOCKY') 

OFFICIAL ACTION UNLIKELY AGAINST 'JABBERWOCKY' 
'RACIST' ARTICLES LEAD TO DUKE EDITOR'S OUSTER 

PADGETT, STEPHEN WADE (ARMED ROBBERY/KIDNAPPING CHARGES) 
DURHAM POLICE ARREST 2 IN CONVENIENCE-STORE HOLDUP 
TWO CHARGED WITH ROBBING STORE 
POLICE SAY ARRESTS OF SIX SOLVE 17 ARMED ROBBERIES 
POLICE SAY ARRESTS TO SOLVE 17 HEISTS 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 5 

PADILLA, ARTHUR DR. 

UNC OFFICIAL DOUBTS STUDY ON TEACHING MINIMUM NEEDED 

PAGANO, JOSEPH S. DR. 

LINEBERGER DIRECTOR REAPPOINTED 

PAGE, BARBARA 

SAVE HILLSBOROUGH'S 'HISTORIC ATMOSPHERE' 

CATES QUESTIONS ELECTION OF ADJUSTMENT BOARD HEAD 

HILLSBOROUGH STAFF WANTS REVIEW POWER 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT PROTECTS CITIZENS 

TOWN BOARD TO MULL CHANGE IN SITE PLAN REVIEW 

SITE PLAN ALTERNATIVES CONSIDERED 

PAGE DUMPED AS ADJUSTMENT BOARD HEAD 

PAGE LOSES OUT ON BOARD APPOINTMENT 

PAGE, BENJAMIN F. 

CLARIFYING 'MISCONCEPTIONS' 

PAGE, DAVID C. (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/5 SUSPECTS FACE DRUG CHARGES 

PAGE, INEZ HARLEIGH (DECEASED) 
MISS PAGE, EX-TEACHER 

PAGE, KEVIN B. (ROBBERY CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/ROBBERY ATTEMPT LEAVES MAN STABBED NINE TIMES, BEATEN 
POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH ARMED ROBBERY OF STORE CLERK 



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CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 5 N 

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2 2/27/1989 A 

2 2/28/1989 C 

2 3/21/1989 C 

2 3/21/1989 C 

2 4/04/1989 A 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
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3/13/1989 
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PAGE, ROLAND JACK (MURDER VICTIM) 

3 YOUTHS INDICTED IN DEATH OF STUDENT 
TEEN'S PLEA BARGAIN GETS HIM 50 YEARS 
19-YEAR-OLB GETS 50 YEARS FOR BEATING DEATH 
YOUTH GETS 3 YEARS FOR ROLE IN MURDER 
ACCESSORY IN KILLING GETS 3 YEARS 

PAGET, EDWIN H. 

DR. EDWIN H. PAGET OF RALEIGH, 'HISTORY'S MOST SIGNIFICANT MAN' 

PAIGE, ROBERT WILLIAM (BREAKING AND ENTERING SUSPECT) 
BREAK-IN SUSPECT CHARGED AFTER CHASE 

PALACIOS, VIRGILIO (RAPE SUSPECT) 

MAN CHARGED WITH RAPING, CUTTING WOMAN IN ALLEY 
JOGGER IS RAPED EARLY MONDAY 

PALMATIER, BOB (TEACHER) 

SLITHERING HOUDINIS! HOPE VALLEY CLASS CHARTS CRITTERS.,. 

PALMER, ARNOLD 

ARNIE SHOULD WITHDRAW FROM COMPETITIVE GOLF 

PALMER, BUD 

IT'S A FIVE-STAR LINEUP FOR GOLF CLASSIC 

PALMER, COLIN 

UNC HISTORY CHAIRMAN DEFENDS HIRING CHOICE 
CHAIRMAN'S SEARCH DIFFICULT 

PALMER, CRAWFORD 

WITH EXAMS BEHIND, DUKE HITS COURT AGAIN 



PALMER. MICHAEL (COUNTY AUDITOR) 

COUNTY SETS SCHEDULE FOR PROJECTS' 



FUNDING 



PALTER, MIKE (SINGER/SONGWRITER) 

PALTER, JACKSON INSPIRE YOUTHS AT WORKSHOP 

PAPPER, EMANUEL M. DR. 

DUKE LECTURER THINKS ANESTHESIA, POETRY HAVE LINKS 

PAQUIN, THOMAS F. DR. 

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS TO VISIT HOME DISTRICTS OF JOB CANDIDATES 
SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH TO INCLUDE HOMETOWN VISITS 
WINSTON-SALEM BOARD TO RECEIVE LIST OF 12 AT MEETING ON MONDAY 

PARDUE, LEONARD G. 

PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER PARDUE LEAVING DUKE 

PARHAM, JOHN 

H-S DEDICATION 

GETTING READY FOR NO. 43 

WET WEATHER PUTS DUKE'S REFURBISHING BEHIND SCHEDULE 

PARHAM, JUDITH SANDERS 

PARHAM ESCAPE NETS WIFE 3-YEAR TERM 

PARHAM, ROBERT "BOBBY" (ARMED ROBBERY/ASSAULT CHARGES) 
SECOND SUSPECT ARRESTED IN NOV. 18 SUBWAY ROBBERY 
MALE INMATE, 19, IN COUNTY JAIL SEXUALLY ATTACKED 
2 INMATES SLIDE FROM DURHAM COUNTY JAIL 
'BODY LICE' RUSE HELPED INMATES FLEE JAIL— SHERIFF 
STORE ROBBED) CLERK IDENTIFIES JAIL ESCAPEE 
OFFICERS NAB HASKINS AFTER ABC ROBBERY 

SHERIFF LEARY PLANNING CHANGES IN COUNTY JAIL/ESCAPE PROMPTS CALL FOR. 
ESCAPEE SURROUNDED, TEAR GASSED, ARRESTED AT MOTEL IN DURHAM 
ESCAPEE FROM DURHAM COUNTY JAIL, WIFE ARRESTED IN OHIO 
ESCAPEE BARGAINS POTENTIAL 82-YEAR SENTENCE DOWN TO 10 



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4/06/1989 C 
4/06/1989 C 
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7/16/1989 B 
6/06/1989 C 



4/23/1989 A 
5/02/1989 A 



10/04/1989 B 

7/25/1989 A 

10/17/1989 D 



3/28/1989 A 
12/03/1989 A 



12/21/1989 B 

12/15/1989 C 

8/01/1989 A 

1/11/1989 C 



1/16/1989 B 
1/16/1989 C 
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3 N 



1 N M70 
1 N M70 



IP F S92 
4 E 
2 P F 



2 N 
4 L 



1 P N M88 
1 P N H65 
6 P R S66 
1 N 



1 N J40 
1 N S92 
12 N J40 



2 

2 8/05/1989 A 1 P N R63 



3/30/1989 B 
4/05/1989 D 
5/14/1989 C 



1 P P S76 
3 P P T32 
9 N C49 



2 

2 8/31/1989 B 3 N S82 



2/06/1989 C 
2/20/1989 B 
5/07/1989 A 
5/08/1989 B 
5/10/1989 C 
5/10/1989 A 
5/11/1989 A 
5/11/1989 A 
5/15/1989 B 
7/20/1989 C 



N M51 
N M51 
N M51 
N M51 
N M51 

P N B53 
N M51 

P N M51 
N 
N S82 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



PARHAM ESCAPE NETS WIFE 3-YEAR TERM 

PARIS, ANNE 

FEELING FOR BOOKS AND READING GOVERNS LIFE 

PARK, NANCY 

CHILD CARE NETWORKS MAY EXPAND EFFORTS 

PARK, ROY (NEWSPAPER MAGNATE) 

NOBELIST, MAGNATE AMONG '89 N.C. AWARD WINNERS 

PARK, SARAH (MARCH OF DIMES AMBASSADOR) 
HER TRAVELS HAVE A MISSION 

PARKER, BRENDA MARIE (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

DURHAM COUPLE CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS AND THEFTS 

PARKER, CARLTON (FARMER) 

A FAMILY FARMING AFFAIR 

PARKER, CHARLIE "YARDBIRD" (MUSICIAN) 

•CELEBRATING BIRD' DIGS INTO LIFE OF JAZZ GIANT 

PARKER, DEBORAH 

CHAIRWOMAN OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT COMMISSION RESIGNS 

PARKER, FRANK 

DURHAM MOVES CLOSER TO A JAZZIER DOWNTOWN 

PARKER, FRED MCCOY (DRUG CHARGES) 
16 CHARGED IN DRUG RAID 
SIXTEEN ARRESTED IN DRUG RAIDS 

PARKER, GEORGETTA 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

PARKER, GLADYS 

PARKER IS HONORED FOR VOLUNTEER WORK 

PARKER, HAROLD LAMONT (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/SHOOTING CASE SUSPECT HELD ON '84 CHARGE 

PARKER, IANTHIA BROWN-DEAN (DRUG CAHRGES) 
WEAPONS CHARGES MAY FOLLOW DOPE RAID 

PARKER, JAMES TRACY (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH CRIMEN DRIVING 

PARKER, JOHN (BICYCLE ACCIDENT) 

BICYCLE-f ICKUP COLLISION KILLS BOY ON EIGHTH BIRTHDAY 

PARKER, JOHN DEREK (FUGITIVE WARRANT) 

STORE EMPLOYEE BRANDISHES HAMMER TO FEND OFF WOULD-BE ROBBER WITH KNIFE 

PARKER, JOSEPH B. JR. DR. 

FROM THE HEART! NINE ARE HONORED AS VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR 

PARKER, LORENZA LEE (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/BREAK-INS AT TWO CHURCHES INVESTIGATED 

PARKER, MARGARET L. 

WOMAN CHALLENGES CITY'S RIGHT OF EMINENT DOMAIN 

LAWYER ARGUES CONDEMNATION ACTION WRONG 

DEVELOPER SAYS SHE SOUGHT DEAL WITH WOMAN ON SEUER LINE 

60-DAY INJUNCTION ISSUED IN SEWER EASEMENT FIGHT 

WOMAN WINS 1ST ROUND IN BATTLE OVER SEWER LINE 

FIRM SHIFTS SEUER, ENDS CONDEMNATION 

WIDOW'S LAND SAVED FROM CONDEMNATION 

WORK ON MONTVALE SEUER LINES MAY BE COMPLETE NEXT MONTH 

CITY LATE PAYING LEGAL SETTLEMENT 



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8/31/1989 B 


3 


N S82 


H 


2 


12/03/1989 D 


3 P U H45 


CHH 


1 


12/17/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


H 


2 10/28/1989 A 


1 


P N 


CHH 


1 


4/25/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


H 


2 


9/07/1989 C 


n 

L. 


N MSI 


CHH 


1 


11/25/1989 A 


1 


P N H90 


H 


2 


7/16/1989 E 


11 


R S66 


H 


2 


1/12/1989 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


5/22/1989 A 


1 


N C61 


S 

H 


2 
2 


8/19/1989 C 
8/20/1989 C 


1 
1 


N B53 

N M51 


H 


2 


4/14/1989 A 


i 


N 


CHH 1 


6/07/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/19/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


CHH 1 


1/04/1989 A 


3 


N R63 


CHH 1 


4/03/1989 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


5/31/1989 C 


1 


N 


H KNIFE H 


2 


7/12/1989 C 




N M51 


H 


2 


4/17/1989 B 


1 


F N S56 


H 


2 


7/15/1989 C 


n 


N 


H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 

s 


2 4/12/1989 C 
2 4/18/1989 B 
2 4/18/1989 C 
2 4/19/1989 A 
2 4/19/1989 C 
2 7/27/1989 A 
2 7/23/1989 C 
2 11/06/1989 C 
2 11/07/1989 A 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
12 
1 
1 
1 


N S69 
N S69 
N B53 
N S69 
N B53 
N B53 
N 569 
N B53 
N B53 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



DEVELOPER TO PAY LEGAL COSTS FROM CONDEMNATION DISMISSAL 
DELAY IN PAYING BILL IS POOR CITY SERVICE 

PARKER, ROY JR. (FAYETTEVILLE TWO) 
THE SMEARING OF DURHAM 

PARKER, SCOn J, (THE LOST COLONY) 
ARTS LEADER INTERVIEWS NEAR END 
PARKER TO FILL OUTDOOR DRAMA POST 

PARKER, STEPHEN ANDREW (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

DURHAM COUPLE CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS AND THEFTS 

PARKER, WALTER (PRISON ESCAPEE) 

MAN ESCAPES FROM WORK RELEASE SITE 

FOUR CHARGED WITH MURDER OF MAN AFTER BODY FOUND ON TAYLOR STREET 

RESIDENTS' AID LAUDED IN ARRESTS FOR MURDER 

PARKER, WILLIAM ERIS "FATS" (DECEASED) 

MOONSHINE POISONING POSSIBLE CAUSE OF TWO RECENT DEATHS PROBED BY ABC 

PARKER, WILLIE MAE (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/BREAK-INS AT TWO CHURCHES INVESTIGATED 

PARKER UOODY (NCNB) 

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS BANKING ON HILLSBOROUGH GROWTH 

PARKIN, JEFFREY 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/JEFFREY PARKIN 

PARKINS, ROBERT (ORGANIST) 

DUKE MUSIC STAFF, FACULTY MEMBERS COLLABORATE ON C. AMERICAN PROJECT 
ORGANS AND ORCHESTRA; DUKE CHAPEL WILL SWELL WITH CONCERTO MUSIC FRIDAY 

PARKS, DAVID HALL (DECEASED) 

DAVID HALL PARKS, 83, LONGTIME RAILROAD MAN 

PARKS, GREGORY KENT (MURDER CHARGE) 

WILSON MAN, 32, CHARGED IN KNIFE SLAYING OF MONK 

PARKS, HENRY CLARENCE (RAPE SUSPECT) 
CHARGES DROPPED IN RAPE CASE 
APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS LOCAL RAPE CONVICTION 

FARKS, J. RANKIN 

WHITTLER CARVES FLIGHTS OF FANCY 

PARKS, KAREN L. (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE THREE IN DWI INCIDENTS 

PARKS, RENA 

WHITTLER CARVES FLIGHTS OF FANCY 

PARKS, ROBERT W. (THE CHAPEL HILL NEWSPAPER) 
CAMPBELL RESIGNS NEWSPAPER POST 

PARNELL, DELLA KATHLEEN (DECEASED) 

MRS. DELLA KATHLEEN PARNELL, 102, OF DURHAM 

PARRISH, ALANA 

A CRAFTY IDEA THAT GREW 

PARRISH, CLAUDE "BURIN" (SHOOTING SUSPECT) 
FIVE-YEAR TERM GIVEN FOR SHOOTING 

PARRISH, IOLA LEWTER 

DURHAM IS HOSPITABLE HOME TO LONG-LIVED CITIZENS 

PARRISH, JOSEPH DEMONE 

POLICE LOG/2 ARMED ROBBERIES MAY BE RELATED 





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2 11/08/1989 C 1 P N B53 
2 11/09/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 4/20/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 
CHH 1 


6/07/1989 A 
11/19/1989 A 


1 N B71 
3 N 


H 2 


9/07/1989 C 


2 N M51 


CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 


8/02/1989 A 
8/16/1989 C 
8/16/1989 B 


3 N 
1 N M51 
1 N B53 


H 2 


1/28/1989 C 


1 P N P38 


H 2 


7/15/1989 C 


2 N 


CHH 1 


3/09/1989 A 


1 N R63 


S 2 


5/13/1989 D 


3 P B 


H 2 
H 2 


4/05/1989 B 
9/07/1989 B 


6 N 
1 P F S56 


H 2 


3/13/1989 B 


10 


H 2 12/22/1989 C 


1 P N 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


1/04/1989 A 
12/20/1989 A 


3 N H90 
2 N L40 


S 2 


7/07/1989 B 


1 P F S27 


CHH 1 


3/18/1989 A 


7 N 


S 2 


7/07/1989 B 


1 P F S27 


CHH 1 


6/10/1989 A 


3 N 


H 2 


4/10/1989 B 


12 


H 2 


10/08/1989 E 


1 P F S56 


H 2 


2/07/1989 C 


3 N 


S 2 


4/19/1989 B 


1 F S27 


H 2 


8/30/1989 C 


3 N M51 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 - 



INDEX 
12/31/1939 



BY NAMES 



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S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — BATE — C -TO L P BYL 



PARRISH, LARRY 

SPARTANS' PARRISH STEPS DOWN 

PARRISH, PERVIS (DRUNKEN WIVING/MANSLAUGHTER CHARGES) 
SIGN POST KILLS DURHAM TEEN RIDING IN CAR 
NORTHERN HIGH JUNIOR KILLED IN FREAK CAR ACCIDENT 

PARRISH, ROBERT ED (DRUG CHARGES) 

OXFORD POLICE SEIZE 59 HEROIN BUNDLES 

PARRISH, TED (CHAPEL HILL) 

CONSTRUCTION TOPS CITY SCHOOLS' LIST 

CITY EDUCATORS TO READY LEGISLATIVE WISH LIST 

PARRISH CALLS LINK'S PROPOSAL INADEQUATE 

PARRISH TO SEEK FOURTH SCHOOL BOARD TERM 

PARRISH PONDERS FOREIGN STUDENTS, ATHLETES 

SCHOOL BOARD INCUMBENTS GET TEACHERS' BtfCRSEMENT 

SCHOOL BOARD HOPEFULS ENDORSED 

SCHOOL BOARD CAMPAIGN'S FOCUS ON PARRISH, BREEDEN 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBCRO SCHOOL BOARD I VOTE FOR THREE 

PARRISH, BUSWBJ. BACK IN; BREEDEN TAKES THIRD SEAT 

SCHOOL BOARD PRAISES 'EXCEPTIONAL' REVAMP PLAN 

PARRISH, THOMAS I. (FALSE PRETENSES) 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH THEFT OF CHURCH LAW MOWER 

PARROTT, IRENE WHITFIELD (DECEASED) 

GRANVILLE TEACHER MRS. PARROTT, 87 

PARROTT, MARY LEE GILLIS (DECEASED) 

MRS. PARROTT, 105, DIES IN HER ROXBORO HOME 

PARSONS, EDGAR A. (CHAPEL HILL) 

EDITOR EITHER IRRESPONSIBLE OR DECEPTIVE 

PARTTN, MARILYN 

COMMUNITY SHOWS ITS HEART 
PLANNING WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT 

PARTON, MICHELLE LYNN (DWI CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/UNC STUDENT CHARGED WITH DWI ON FRIDAY 

PARTON, STELLA 

SHRINERS OFFER IT ALL ON ST. JOHN'S DAY! FREE LUNCH, PARADE... 
MASONS, SHRINERS PULL OUT ALL STOPS TO PLEASE CHILDREN OF ORPHANAGE 

PAS, ERIC I. DR. 

DUKE ENGINEERING PROFESSOR TO CHAIR TRAVEL STUDY COMMITTEE 
ENGINEERING CLASS HONOR'S FACULTY 

PASLEY. DERRICK (FOOTBALL) 

FOOTBALL RECRUITS FALLING IN LINE AS SIGNING DATE DRAWS NE£R 
NEW PIRATE 

FASOUINI, DAVID 

OFFICIALS DISCUSS TAX HIKE ALTERNATIVES 

TOWN COUNCIL BACKS AWAY FROM BUILDING CAP 

PASQUINI DISAPPOINTED AT PUBLIC SAFETY HIRING 

ROSEMARY ARCHITECT SOUGHT BY COUNCIL 

FASOUINI SEEKS THIRD COUNCIL TERM 

ROUES' WAR CHEST THE FULLEST 

CLEAR SNAGS, COUNCIL TELLS DEVELOPER, TOWN'S STAFF 

PASQUINI RESIGNS OUASA BOARD POST 

TOWN COUNCIL SET TO FILL OWASA POST 

TOWN OKS OPEN SPACE STUDY FUNDS 

CANDIDATES ADDRESS TAX ISSUE 

INCUMBENTS BELIEVED LEADING THE PACK 

ANDRESEN, THORPE TOP FUND RAISING 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL! VOTE FOR FOUR 



H 2 5/13/1989 D 1 P N C49 



S 2 5/22/1989 A 
H 2 5/23/1989 C 



1 N B53 
1 N 



H 1 1/24/1989 B 1 N 



CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/31/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/05/1989 A 
H 3 11/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/25/1989 A 


1 P N C62 
3 N L90 
3 N KS 

3 P N D62 
3 P N C62 
1 P N C62 
1 N C62 
1 P Q C62 

8 P N 

9 P N C62 
3 P N C62 


H 2 8/20/1989 C 


11 


N M51 


H 2 1/24/1989 B 


8 





H 2 10/26/1989 C 


6 





CHH 1 1/03/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 2 1/04/1989 A 
S 2 6/03/1989 A 


4 

e 

a 


L 
P P K30 



CHH 1 9/03/1989 A 



H 1 


6/22/1989 C 


1 


P N T33 


H 2 


6/25/1989 B 


1 


P N T33 


S 2 


2/08/1989 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


6/07/1989 C 


6 


N 


H 2 


2/05/1989 C 


1 


P N C49 


S 2 


2/09/1989 B 


3 


P P T32 


CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


1 


P N M70 


CHH 1 


4/12/1989 A 


1 


P N M70 


CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


7/12/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


8/01/1989 A 


1 


P N M70 


CHH 1 


8/16/1989 A 


1 


P N M70 


CHH 1 


8/31/1989 A 


1 


P N M70 


CHH 1 


9/19/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/24/1989 A 


3 


P N M70 


CHH 1 


9/26/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


10/04/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


11/01/1989 A 


1 


P Q M70 


CHH 1 


11/01/1989 A 


1 


C N M70 


CHH 1 


11/05/1989 A 


8 P N 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



PASQUINI DROPPED FROM TOWN COUNCIL 

STRONG CAMPAIGNS SERVE NEWCOMERS 

COUNT 'EM AGAIN, SAYS PASQUINI 

VOTE RECOUNT SET TO BEGIN THURSDAY 

CLOSE, BUT NOT CLOSE ENOUGH/PASGUINI FALLS SHORT AFTER RECOUNT 

VOTING SYSTEM RESTS ON INTEGRITY 

YET ANOTHER OPPRESSED ORANGE CO. MINORITY IDENTIFIED 

NEW COUNCIL MEMBERS TO TAKE REINS 

ALDERMEN EXPECT SMOOTH TRANSITION 

GOOD BYE AND GOOD LUCK 

PATE, ALLEN S. (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED DURING WILCO STORE BREAK-IN 

PATKIN, MAX (CLOWN) 

'CLOWN PRINCE OF BASEBALL' BECOMES A STAR 
BULLS EXPLODE AS PATKIN 'COACHES' 

PATRICK, MIRANDA 

6-YEAR-OLD GIRL WINS SCHOOL SLOGAN CONTEST 

PATTERSON, ANNABEL M. 

THREE RECEIVE TOP TEACHING AWARD AT DUKE 

PATTERSON, MICHAEL (RAPE CHARGE) 

ATTEMPTED RAPISTS GETS SIX YEARS 

PATTERSON, NORMAN LEE (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/SPITTING ON OFFICER CALLED DEADLY WEAPON 

PATTERSON, RANDALL (NEWS OF ORANGE) 
WEEKLY HAS NEW MANAGING EDITOR 

PATTERSON, WILLIE I, "TAP" 

NEIGHBORHOOD SAVIORS WIN REYNOLDS AWARDS 

PATTON, DICK (REALTOR) 
REALTOR OF THE YEAR 

PATTON, FRANCES GRAY 

'ENO DRIVE' IS OUT OF THE LOOP 
PARTY HONORS ARTIST MAUD GATEWOOD 

PATTON, MACON G. (DECEASED) 

PATTON, 53, MEMBER OF UNC BOARD OF VISITORS 

PAUL, JANICE PERRIN 

PAUL APPOINTED ATTORNEY ADVOCATE 

PAULL, CHARLES K. 

GEOLOGY STUDENTS' STUDY OF UNIVERSITY LAKE STARTS AT THE BOTTOM 

PAYNE, JENNIFER 

SHE RUNS FOR THOSE RACING AGAINST SICKLE CELL ANEMIA 

PAYNE, PEGGY (WRITER) 

TWO TAR HEEL NOVELISTS DISPLAY TALENT AT DURHAM COUNTY LIBRARY 

PEACE, CHARLES EDWARD (DRUG CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/DRUG POSSESSION, SPEEDING CHARGED 

PEACE, LEONARD E. (GRANVILLE COUNTY) 

RUN-OFFS ARE POSSIBLE IN FOUR GRANVILLE DISTRICTS 

PEACE, RONALD (ASSAULT VICTIM) 
3< STARTS BEATING 

PEACOCK, BILL DR. 

IMPROMPTU PARTY; HOSPITALITY REQUEST SPARKS QUICK CLEANING 



S 
N E E 
P D — DATE — C 

H 3 11/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 



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1 P N M70 
1 P N M25 

3 P N M25 
1 P N C62 

4 E 

3 U 

1 P N M70 
1 P N C62 

4 E 



H 2 10/13/1989 C 3 N C4? 



S 2 2/08/1989 B 
S 2 7/01/1989 B 



S 2 7/04/1989 A 
H 2 10/13/1989 B 
CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 
H 2 12/03/1989 B 
CHH 1 2/25/1989 A 
H 2 11/12/1989 B 
H 2 1/15/1989 F 



S 2 4/18/1989 A 
H 2 4/25/1989 A 



H 2 4/25/1989 C 

S 2 10/09/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/19/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/04/1989 A 

H 2 2/19/1989 D 

CHH 1 6/10/1989 A 

H 1 4/12/1989 C 

H 2 6/18/1989 B 

CHH 1 3/19/1989 A 



1 P F 659 
1 P N P52 



1 P N S92 
9 P N B80 
3 N 
1 N M51 
3 N 
1 N S69 
1 P P T44 



1 N M06 
6 P U W15 



2 

3 N 

1 P N C62 
3 P N S17 
3 U H45 
5 N 
1 P N T33 
1 N 
9 U 



PEACOCK, CHARLES (N.C. TRANSPORTATION HISTORY CORP.) 



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1/01/1989 - 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



RESTORING DUKE'S ONCE ELEGANT RAILCAR GOAL OF VOLUNTEER RETIREES... 

PEAKS, ANGELA DENISE (DRUG CHARGES) 

MOTEL DISTURBANCE CALL RESULTS IN DRUG ARREST 

PEAKS, MEREDITH MARTIN (SHOOTING CHARGES) 
MULTIPLE CHARGES 
MAN HELD ON 12 ASSAULT CHARGES 

PEARCE, DOUG (BULL CITY BANANA MAN) 

BANANAS IN DURHAM - NOW YOU'VE HEARD IT 

PEARCE, ROBIN D. (U.S. NAVY) 

N.C. MAN AWARDED MEDAL FOR RESCUE 

FEARY, ROBERT E. ADM. 

PEARY NOT FIRST AT NORTH POLE 

PEDERSEN, JOHN 

REPORT SHOWS DURHAM MONEY MANAGERS' SAWY 

FEED, BELLE (CENTENARIAN) 

MRS. BELLE EAKES PEED, 104 

FEED, DAVID LEE (DRUG CHARGES) 

DURHAM, GRANVILLE CONTINUE DRUG BUST 

FEELE, JAN 

ORGAN TRANSPLANT SUPPORT GROUP CHAPTER FORMED 

FEELE, JANICE (FRIENDS OF BLACK CHILDREN) 
COUNTY HONORS SOCIAL WORKER 

FEELE, STANLEY (CHAPEL HILL) 

PEELE RESIGNS CHIEF DISTRICT JUDGE POST 

JUDGES WANT THE PARENTS TO MAKE DECISION ABOUT CHILDREN/ SUNDAY FOCUS 

PEELE TO RELINQUISH CHIEF DISTRICT POST 

PROTESTERS BLAST COURT, PROSECUTORS 

PROTESTERS BLAST COURT, PROSECUTORS 

PEELER, JAMES LEE (DECEASED) 

JAMES LEE PEELER, CHAIRMAN OF STOCKS, BONDS COMPANY 

FEET, ROBERT K. DR. 

THERE'S STILL A FOREST OF HISTORY IN THE MIDDLE OF AN URBAN JUNGLE 

FEGRAM, ANNIE (TEACHER) 

SMITH PARENTS CRITICIZE ELLIS* TRANSFER 
SMITH PUPILS' PETITIONS PROTEST NEW PRINCIPAL 
PETITION WON'T STOP ASSIGNMENT 

FEGRAM, JOHN T. JR. (DECEASED) 

VANCE COACH DROWNS IN RESCUE TRY 

FENDERGRAFT, NORMAN 

NCCU ART MUSEUM SEEKS BOCENTS 
THANKS FOR ARTS COVERAGE 

FENTjERGRAPH, CHARLES S. "CHARLIE" JR. 
JOB REQUIRES SMILING PATIENCE 

FENTjERGRAPH, RALFN VESTAL JR. (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/NEW YEAR'S DAY BRINGS 3 CHARGES OF DRUNKEN DRIVING 

FENDERGRASS, CLIFTON W. "SHORTY" 

CARRBORO CIRCLE K LAWSUIT BEFORE APPEALS COURT 
CARRBORO REITERATES CIRCLE K ARGUMENT 
GROUP ENTERS ZONING DEBATE 
CARRBORO REZONING REQUIRES 6 'YESES' 
TOWN DEBATES CIRCLE K ISSUE 



N E 

P D 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



H 2 

CHH 1 

S 2 
S 1 
H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



S 
E 

—DATE — C 

1/03/1989 B 
8/29/1989 C 



10/23/1989 B 
10/23/1989 C 



10/22/1989 E 
1/21/1989 B 

12/14/1989 A 
3/11/1989 A 
3/24/1989 C 
5/27/1989 A 
8/17/1989 A 

12/07/1989 A 



4/14/1989 A 
4/16/1989 A 
8/23/1989 A 
9/23/1989 A 
9/23/1989 A 



2/09/1989 C 
2/26/1989 A 



12/19/1989 C 
12/28/1989 B 
12/29/1989 C 



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1/20/1989 A 



3/26/1989 B 
1/02/1989 A 



10/28/1989 A 
11/15/1989 A 
12/01/1989 A 
12/12/1989 A 
12/13/1989 A 



4 P N 
1 N 



1 N M51 

1 P N 



14 P U 

8 N 
4 P E 
1 N S69 
4 
1 N B53 
10 N C60 
3 N 



1 P N R63 
1 P N H90 
3 N H90 
1 P N C62 
1 N M70 



12 
1 N H90 



1 N Yll 
1 N Yll 
1 N 



7/18/1989 A 1 N 



1 P F Zll 
4 L 



1 P N P38 

3 N 



1 P N C62 
1 N C62 
3 N C62 
3 N C62 
3 N C62 



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1/01/1989 - 



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12/31/1989 



BY NAMES 



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CARRBORO DEVELOPER FORESEES SCANT HOPE FOR CONVENIENCE STORE 

PENBERGRASS, LINDY (SHERIFF) 

ENNIS' BODY FOUND NEAR HILLSBOROUGH 

MAJOR CRIMES FALL FOR COUNTY IN '88 

ELECTRONIC PRISONER MONITORING APPROVED 

FOX POLLS D.A.S ACROSS U.S. ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

PENDERGRASS DEFENDS SHERIF'S DEPARTMENT 

SHERIFF'S ARTICLE ONE-SIDED 

SHERIFF TO SEEK 3RD TERM 

NEW DOMESTIC VIOLENCE REPORT SYSTEM PRAISED 

PENLEY, BOB 

DOWNTOWN DURHAM GETS COMPUTER-SERVICE FIRM 

FOLEY, LARRY 

CLEMSON'S PENLEY5 OKLAHOMA BEHIND NCAA DECISION 

PENN, JOHN 

CLEARING UP A HISTORICAL ERROR 

PENNINGTON, CHRISTOPHER L. (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 
DURHAM, RALEIGH MEN KILLED IN WRECK 

PENNINGTON, KEN (BASEBALL) 

BULLS' PENNINGTON READY FOR CHANCE TO ADVANCE 

DURHAM BULLS, 1989 

PENNINGTON TRIES TO DITCH A BAD GLOVE 

PENNY, CATHERINE DOWDEE (DECEASED) 

MRS. PENNY, 86; TAUGHT 21 YEARS AT DHS 

PEPPER, CLAUDE 

EVEN OPPONENTS GRIEVE THE LOSS 

PEPPLER, JANE (PRATIE HEADS) 

FOLKSINGER PLANS 'SUMMER'S DAY' AT WEST POINT ON ENO 

SUMMER IS A-COMIN' IN 

CELEBRATING THE LIGHT/SOLSTICE EXTRAVAGANZA 

PERES, SHIMON 

AN INSIDER'S ASSESSMENT OF THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT 

PERKINS, EDWARD J. 

HELMS HALTS VOTE ON BUSH'S CHOICE TO RUN AMERICA'S FOREIGN SERVICE 

PERKINS, JOSEPH (PASTOR) 

NEWSPAPER HAS BEEN UNFAIR TO DURHAM'S POLICE CHIEF 

PERKOWSKI, BEN 

CHAPEL HILL GOVERNMENT TILTS AT WINDMILLS 

FtROT, ROSS 

ENTREPRENEUR ROSS PEROT TO HIGHLIGHT SERIES OF UNC LECTURES 

ROSS PEROT HEADLINES CONFERENCE 

PEROT TOPS CONFERENCE DOCKET 

CONFERENCE TO FEATURE PEROT 

PEROT TO OPEN CONFERENCE IN CHAPEL HILL 

JAPAN'S ADVANTAGE OUR FAULT, PEROT SAYS 

FERREAULT, WILLIAM D. JR. DR. 

BUSINESS SCHOOL TO OPEN PROGRAM FOR EXECUTIVES 

PERRONE, ANTHONY JR. (DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH BUI 

PERRY BARBARA S 

PERRY WON't'gET 2ND TRUSTEE TERM/ONLY FEMALE UNC., (CORRECTED 7-15-89) 

LOSS OF PERRY DISAPPOINTS UNC'S STUDENT LEADERS 

CORRECTION 



CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 1 P N C62 



CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 



1 P N R63 
1 C N R63 

3 N M20 
1 P N M70 
1 P N M70 

4 L 

1 N M70 
1 P N U57 



S 2 7/22/1989 C 1 P N S78 

H 2 6/18/1989 C 5 P N C49 

CHH 1 8/25/1989 A 4 L 

S 2 1/26/1989 C 1 N B53 



S 2 3/27/1989 D 6 N P52 
H 2 4/28/1989 B 2 P F 
H 2 8/03/1989 D 1 P U C52 



H 2 7/11/1989 B 14 
H 2 6/03/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 5/22/1989 B 1 U W66 
S 2 6/15/1989 D 6 P P T32 
H 2 12/08/1989 D 4 P F B71 



H 2 4/23/1989 E 5 P U H49 



H 2 8/04/1989 A 



H 2 5/24/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/12/1989 A 



CHH 1 9/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/01/1989 A 
H 2 11/15/1989 C 
CHH 1 11/16/1989 A 



7 N 
5 N 
5 N 
3 P N 
5 P N 
1 P N S17 



CHH 1 1/12/1989 A 5 P N 



CHH 1 4/26/1989 A