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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 

Subject 

A-H 



UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL 



00040646355 



FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 



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Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



http://www.archive.org/details/index1989subjahhera 




An index to: 

pnvljnm ifloming 2fcrol& 

THE DURHAM SUN 

^Herald 



SUBJECT 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 


(E 


ditions) 


1 


-1st ed. (Region/State) 


2 


-2nd ed. (Final) 


3 


-3rd ed. (Metro/Orange) 


SEC 


(Section) 


PG 


(Page) 


TYF 


(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. 


L40 


Lineberry, Danny 


A47 


Allen, Laura 


L45 


Long, Ginger W. 


A51 


Amer, Mona 


L57 


Lougee, George 


A54 


Andrews, Mark 


L59 


Lourdeaux, Lee 


A76 


Armstrong, Elson 


L90 


Lucas, Liz 


B05 


Battle, Robin 


M06 


Mclntyre, Edison 


Bll 


Baxter, Jeanna 


M14 


Mann, Steve 


B31 


Beavers, Tom 


M20 


Margolis, Susan 


B36 


Belvin, Brent 


M25 


Martin, Dwight 


B40 


Berardino, Mike 


M31 


Matti, Michael Carmen 


B53 


Bonner, Paul 


M51 


Michael, Kammie 


B56 


Bost, Toby 


M53 


Mihaly, Robert 


B58 


Boswell, Carl 


M57 


Miller, Jonathan 


B64 


Britt, Tony 


M60 


Mills, James F. 


B71 


Broili, Susan 


M64 


Montgomery, Lee 


B77 


Brown, Mike 


M66 


Moore, Harold 


B85 


Bruneau, Dan 


M70 


Moore, Tom 


C05 


Callis, Jim 


M88 


Morris, Ron 


C09 


Carson, Al 


M98 


Mustian, Joey 


C45 


Charlson, Dan 


N36 


Newton, David 


C47 


Childress, Greg 


Oil 


O'Connor, Paul T. 


C49 


Clayton, Ward 


046 


Oliver, Tom 


C50 


Cole, John 


080 


Orange Bureaus 


C52 


Coons, Kip 


P10 


Page, Jean R. 


C58 


Corneilson, Paul 


P38 


Pfutzner, Lenore Jones 


C60 


Cornelius Brown, Ann 


P41 


Phillips, Mary Beth 


C61 


Craven, Jo 


P52 


Potter, Mike 


C62 


Crenshaw, Laura 


P75 


Price, Ed 


D10 


Dargan, William T. 


P80 


Prince, Pamela 


D18 


Dascenzo, Frank 


R53 


Raleigh Bureau 


D38 


Dickinson, Blake 


R54 


Reed, Jay 


D77 


Duckett, Anne 


R56 


Reynolds, Jamey 


D80 


Duke News Bureau 


R60 


Rollins, Tyler 


D85 


Dupree, Jimmy 


R63 


Rosen, Rocky 


E33 


Egger, Jane 


R80 


RTP Bureau 


F25 


Featherston, Al 


R90 


Ruth, Mary H. 


F55 


Fox, Jon Hartley 


S12 


Schaver, Mark 


F95 


Furlong, Jim 


S17 


Schultz, Mark 


G33 


Gentry, Jerry 


S22 


Semple, Kirk 


G44 


Glennon, John 


S27 


Sereno, Julian 


G50 


Godwin, John 


S56 


Smith, Emily 


G55 


Goetzl, David 


S66 


Smith, R.C. 


G59 


Green, Ann 


S69 


Smith, William M. 


G68 


Greenberg, Blue 


S73 


Sorenson, Rick 


G98 


Gyorgy, Dean 


S76 


Sparks, Jim 


H05 


Hammond, Marie 


S78 


Stagg, Bill 


H09 


Harrell, Carlton 


S82 


Stevenson, John 


H45 


Hodges, Betty 


S92 


Surratt, Linda 


H49 


Hodges, Ed 


T32 


Thomas, Bernard 


H60 


Holmes, Jack 


T33 


Thomas, Elaine 


H65 


Home, Kimberly 


T35 


Thompson, Mike 


H70 


Howard, J. Lee 


T37 


Thornton, Jim 


H90 


Huffman, Eddie 


T44 


Tisdale, Shey 


J04 


Jablonover, Lara 


T77 


Trotter, Jennifer 


J20 


Jiggetts, Vicky 


U57 


Upchurch, Keith 


J40 


Johnston, Flo 


U80 


UNC News Bureau 


J55 


Jones, Richard S. 


V05 


Vaden, Jon 


K30 


Keister, Kevin 


W08 


Walker, Richard 


K65 


Knight, Myra G. 


M09 


Wall, Don 


L22 


Landreth, Eddy 


W15 


Walston, Dee 


L34 


Lee, Elizabeth 


W55 


White, David 


L37 


Lewis, Gordon 


W57 


White, Julia 


L38 


Liddy, Chuck 


W63 


Winstead-Mann, Deborah 






W66 


Wise, Jim 






Yll 


Yarbrough, Michael 






Zll 


Zepp, Carol 



.X630- 



MONTHLY/ 



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



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 1 
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S I T 
N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



A & T STATE UNIV. 

SEE N.C. A&T STATE UNIV. 

ABC (AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO.) 
SEE ALSO CAPITAL CITIES-ABC INC. 
LAWYERS ARGUE WHE THER ABC SHOULD PRODUCE FILM IN LAWSUIT 
PUBLIC DESERVES BETTER THAN LIES _ __. „ 

NETWORK WON'T HAVE TO TURN OVER TAPED INTERVIEWS WITH DUKE OFFICIALS 

ABC BOARD 

SEE N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

ABC LAWS 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 
SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 
LIFTING CONTAINER BAN WRONG ROAD TO SAFETY 
ASSESSMENT LAW TACKED ON DWI CONVICTIONS EFFECTIVE JAN. 1 

ABC STORES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ABC 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

ARMED MAN ROBS DURHAM LIQUOR STORE 

LIQUOR STORE ROBBED AGAIN 

GUNMAN ROBS ABC STORE 

GROUP SEEKING TIPS ON ABC STORE HEISTS 

3 ROB ABC STORE; 4TH TO BE HIT IN MONTH 

UNION OFFICIAL BLASTS ABC BOARD FOR PUNISHING HELD-UP WORKER 

ATTEMPTED THEFT IN BUTNER ADDED TO MAN'S CHARGES 

STORE ROBBED; CLERK IDENTIFIES JAIL ESCAFtE 

OFFICERS NAB HASKINS AFTER ABC ROBBERY 

AFTER THREE ROBBERIES, ABC CLERK SAYS THE NIGHT BRINGS TENSION NOW 

MEN ROB ABC STORE ON INFINITY ROAD 

THREE MEN ROB ABC STORE, BIND CLERKS 

'HINIBOTTLES' SHOWING UP MORE AND MORE 

ABC STORE IS HELD UP AT GUNPOINT 

ARMED ROBBERS HOLD UP TWO LIQUOR STORES 

SUSPECT IN SEVERAL ARMED ROBBERIES ARRESTED IN RALEIGH 

VOTE TODAY ON ABC'S PROPOSED DRIVE-IN STORE 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ABC STORE HEIST 

GARDEN t DRIVE-IN ABC STORE IDEA SHOT DOWN TOO QUICKLY 

SUSPECT FACES MULTIPLE COUNTS IN ABC HOLDUPS 

AREA ABC STORE ROBBERY VICTIMS BLAST SECURITY 

SIMPLE AS ABC, SALES OF MINIBOTTLES ON THE RISE IN COUNTY 

ABC BOARD CLAIMS SECURITY EQUAL TO OTHER COUNTIES 

ACMA USA INC. (FORMERLY WRIGHT MACHINERY CO.) 
PLANT'S CLOSING TO ELIMINATE 52 JOBS 

ACTION LEAGUE (AGENCIES COMING TOGETHER IMPROVING OUR NEIGHBORHOODS) 
SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOODS 
SEE ALSO RECREATION, DURHAM 

ACTION LEAGUE MAKES WINNERS OF YOUNG PEOPLE 

YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUE SEASON ENDS 

AFL-CIO 

SEE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 

AG COMMUNICATIONS CORP. 

AREA IMPACT SAID NIL IN GTE-AT&T DEAL 



H 2 8/04/1989 C 
H 2 8/12/1989 A 
S 2 8/22/1989 B 



S 2 7/03/1989 A 
H 2 12/01/1989 C 



H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

CHH 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 



1/29/1989 B 
2/09/198? C 
2/13/1989 B 
2/20/1989 C 
2/24/1989 
2/25/1989 
3/03/1989 
5/10/1989 
5/10/198? 
5/18/1989 
6/24/198? 
6/25/1989 B 
6/28/1989 A 
7/01/1989 A 
7/11/1989 B 
7/14/1989 C 
7/14/198? C 
7/14/1989 C 
7/15/1989 C 
7/16/1989 B 
7/21/1989 A 
7/23/1989 B 
7/27/1989 C 



2 3/21/198? D 
2 5/16/1989 B 



1 N S82 
4 E 
1 N 



E 

N S82 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N A54 
N 

N M51 
N B53 
N M51 
N 

N M51 
N T77 
N 

N M51 
N M70 
N S22 
N B53 
N S22 
N 

N S22 
N S22 
N S22 



H 2 9/09/1989 C 1 N 



6 P N A76 
5 P N A76 



S 2 1/04/1989 C 1 N H65 



AHP INC. 



SUBJECTS 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX B 

1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



CULBRETH PARK HOUSING PROJECT GETS PLANNERS' BACKING 

AIDS 

SEE ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 

aids community RESIDENCE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO AIDS SERVICES PROJECT 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, DURHAM CASES 
SEE ALSO GROUP CARE HOMES 
SEE ALSO HOMELESS SHELTER 

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

TRIANGLE MAYORS TO SIGN AIDS-FUND PROCLAMATION 

AIDS SERVICES PROJECT 

SEE ALSO AIDS COMMUNITY RESIDENCE ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, DURHAM CASES 

SWEET HONEY SINGS 

SWEET HONEY IN THE ROCK RAISESMIND, HEART 

DURHAM TO GET AIDS EDUCATION PROGRAM 

AMSCO INC. _ 

COMPANY SEEKING LAND IN GRANVILLE TO APPLY SLUDGE 
FARMERS RECEPTIVE TO USING CITY SLUDGE 
HALKICTIS STILL WANTS NO PART OF DURHAM SLUICE FOR COUNTY 

AMTRAK 

DOWN AT THE STATION 

AMTRAK WANTS «15.5 MILLION FROM STATE FOR ROCKY MOUNT-CHARLOTTE SERVICE 

ALL ABOARD FOR REVIVED AMTRAK 

STRETCHING N.C.'S ROAD MAP 

TRAIN SERVICE BACKERS PUSH 'DAILY DOUBLE' 

AT4T FOUNDATION 

DUKE RECEIVES $250,000 GRANT FROM ATiT 

ATC 

SEE AMERICAN TELEVISION AND COMMUNICATIONS CORP. 

AZT (AUDOTHYMINE) 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 

SEE ALSO RETROVIR _ 

AIDS VIRUS SHOWN TO RESIST AZT; TEST OF BURROUGHS WELLCOME DRUG... 

SENATE FAILS TO EXTEND AZT PROGRAM 

U.S. SCIENTISTS CLAIM IMPROVED DRUG FOR AIDS 

4 ACTIVISTS STORM BURROUGHS WELLCOME IN PROTEST OVER COST OF AIDS DRUG 

AZT COST PROTESTERS HAVE CASES DISMISSED 

DRUG AZT FOUND TO SLOW DISEASE IN NEW PATIENTS 

AZT IS FOUND TO DELAY AIDS IN VIRUS CARRIERS 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME CO. STOCK SOARS ON SUCCESS 

COMPANY SET TO MEET UPPED DEMAND FOR AZT 

AMERICANS' BILL FOR AZT COULD SURPASS $2 BILLION 

HIS DISCOVERY OF AZT D RUG PAYIN6 OFF— BUT NOT FOR HIM 

AZT MAY BE COST-EFFECTIVE 

MORE AIDS TESTING NEEDED 

DUKE, UNO MEDICAL SCHOOLS TO TEST NEW AIDS DRUG 

GROUPS URGE BURROUGHS WELLCOME TO CUT PRICE OF AZT 

IS BURROUGHS WELLCOHE'S AIDS DRUG OVERPRICED OR A BARGAIN? 

GROUPS PRESS DRUG COMPANY TO CUT PRICE OF AIDS MEDICINE 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME, AZT PROFITS UNDER FIRE 

STUDY PATIENTS COURAGEOUS 

AZT COST REDUCED BY 20X 

SLURS ON ACT PRICE CUT UNDESERVED— NOBELIST 

HOPE'S ONLY MESSENGER 

ACT-MAKER DESERVES PRAISE, NOT CRITICISM 

ALBS DRUG TO BE MADE AS SYRUP 

AIDS CHILDREN TO GET FREE ACT 

DUKE IN FOREFRONT OF ACT TREATMENT AND RESEARCH 

BURROUGHS TO GIVE FREE ACT TO CHILDREN 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME UNVEILS PLANS FOR DISTRIBUTING ACT TO CHILDREN 

DUKE PEDIATRIC RESEARCHERS CHEER FDA DECISION TO EXPAND ACT USE 



D — DATE- 



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



CHH 1 3/14/1989 A 1 N M70 



2 6/16/1989 A 1 P N M06 
2 11/30/1989 B 1 N C61 



S 2 2/23/1989 D 3 P N B71 
S 2 3/02/1989 D 5 R B71 
H 2 9/27/1989 C 12 N 



H 1 9/09/1989 C 
S 2 9/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/06/1989 A 



1 N T33 
1 N C61 
1 P N M20 



1/04/1989 A 
1/12/1989 D 
8/06/1989 D 
8/26/1989 A 
9/08/1989 A 



T37 



L40 



S 2 8/19/1989 C 1 N 



3/15/1989 

3/18/1989 

3/22/1989 

4/26/1989 

5/03/1989 

8/04/1989 

8/18/1989 

8/19/1989 

8/19/1989 

8/21/1989 

8/22/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/31/1989 

8/31/1989 

9/02/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/16/1989 

9/18/1989 

9/19/1989 

9/20/1989 

9/21/1989 

9/21/1989 

10/05/1989 

10/26/1989 

10/26/1989 

10/26/1989 

10/27/1989 

10/27/1989 



1 N 

6 N 

1 N 

1 P N 

12 N 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
4 
5 
1 

13 
8 
3 
1 
4 
1 



1 P N 
4 E 



K65 

C47 
C60 
C60 



C60 



K65 



K65 
K65 



C61 

H65 

H65 
K65 
C60 



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HON 



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



SUBJECTS 



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C -PG L P BYL 



A.D. CLARK SWIMMING POOL 

SEE HARGRAVES COMMUNITY CENTER (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

A. L. STANBACK MIDDLE SCHOOL 

SEE STANBACK MIDDLE SCHOOL (ORANGE COUNTY) 



ABANDONED PETS 
SEE ALSO PETS 
ANIMAL ABANDONMENT; ORANGE CO. 

ABDOMINAL PREGNANCIES 
SEE PREGNANCY 



OFFICIAL SAYS PROBLEM ESCALATING... 



ABORTION 

SEE ALSO ABORTION CLINICS 

SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, ABORTIONS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, ABORTIONS 

SEE ALSO FETUSES 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ABORTION RIGHTS ACTION LEAGUE (NARAL) 

SEE ALSO NEW BEGINNINGS PREGNANCY COUNSELING SERVICES 

SEE ALSO N.C. ABORTION FUND 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SEE ALSO PRO-LIFE MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO ROE VS. WADE 

SEE ALSO STUDENTS FOR CHOICE 

SEE ALSO WEBSTER VS. REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES 

NOW SUBPOENAS ABORTION PROTESTER 

FORCES ON BOTH SIDES PLAN ACTIONS 

PRO-CHOICE GROUPS PLAN CELEBRATION 

ANTI-ABORTION LAW SHOULD BE UPHELD BY TOP COURT/DENNIS L. CUDDY 

TRIANGLE GROUPS PLAN 'CELEBRATION OF CHOICE' 

ABORTION RIGHTS DRIVE BEGINS 

EIGHT ARRESTED IN ABORTION PROTEST ACTION 

70,000 PROTEST ABORTION 

bush-sullivan: STRANGE POLITICS 

FORGET EMOTIONALISM 

DEMOCRATIC OFFICIAL HIT ON ABORTION COMMENT 

ABORTION REJECTED, SON LIVES 

OFFICIALS SAY STATE MAY LOSE ACCESS TO FUTURE RAILROAD RIGHTS-OF-WAY 

SENATE TENTATIVELY APPROVES BILL ON FETUS REMAINS 

WHERE DO SPOUSAL RIGHTS END'' 

EDITORIAL OUT OF STEP 

ABORTION PROTESTER SAYS DOCTOR THREATENED HER 

SENATE DELAYS VOTE ON FETUS REMAINS BILL 

BILL ON DISPOSAL OF ABORTION REMAINS IS RETURNED TO COMMITTEE BY SENATE 

ABORTION CONSENT BILL STIRS EMOTIONS 

SENATE SEEN AS KEY ON ABORTION ISSUE 

ABORTION CONSENT BILL CLEARS FIRST HURDLE 

ABORTION BILL RAISES TEEN-PARENT QUESTIONS 

LAWYER IN ABORTION CASE TO DEBATE PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY 

ABORTION CONSENT BILL ADVANCES AMID SHOUTS OVER VOTE 

PLANNED PARENTHOOD GEARS UP FOR FIGHT O N ROE VS. WADE 

POLICE ARREST 9 ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS ON TRESPASS CHARGES 

HOUSE BACKS REQUIRING ABORTION CONSENT FOR MINORS 

HOUSE GIVES PARENTAL CONSENT ABORTION BILL FINAL OK 

DIVINE WORD ON ABORTION 

ABORTION ISSUE DEBATED 

RECONSIDERING ABORTION 

ABORTION BILL NEEDS TOUGH LEGAL BYPASS 

MODIFY A BAD RULING; ABORTIONS HAVE BECOME A FORM OF BIRTH CONTROL 

ABORTION-CONSENT BILL, RIVAL BILL GO TO SUBCOMMITTEE 

PRO-CHOICE MARCH DRAWS AREA SUPPORT 

STUDENTS CALL FOR CHOICE 

»PRO-CH0ICE» STUDENTS RALLY AT DUKE (CORRECTION PRINTED 4-14-89) 

CORRECTION 

PANEL APPROVES CUTTING $724,000 FROM ABORTION FUND 

ANTI-ABORTION LAW LIKELY TO STAND 



CHH 1 3/06/1989 A 3 P N S17 



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



CHH 1 
S 2 



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



1/05/1989 A 
1/05/1989 A 
1/10/1989 B 
1/18/1989 A 
1/20/1989 B 
1/22/1989 B 
1/22/1989 A 
1/24/1989 A 
1/27/1989 A 
1/30/1989 A 
2/04/1989 B 
2/06/1989 A 
2/09/1989 
2/10/1989 
2/13/1989 
2/13/1989 
2/13/1989 
2/14/1989 
2/15/1989 
2/23/1989 
3/01/1989 
3/02/1989 B 
3/13/1989 A 
3/17/1989 A 
3/17/1989 B 
3/17/1989 A 
3/18/1989 C 
3/23/1989 B 
3/24/1989 A 
3/31/1989 
3/31/1989 
3/31/1989 
4/01/1989 
4/03/1989 
4/05/1989 B 
4/08/1989 A 
4/13/1989 C 
4/13/1989 B 
4/14/1989 A 
4/15/1989 B 
4/27/1989 A 



S17 
S17 



C45 
C62 



N 

N 

N 

J 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

E 

N 

L 

N 

N 

E 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

J 

N 

N 

N S17 

N 653 

N 

N 

L 

N L90 

N 

E 

E 

N 

N 

P 

N 

N 

N 

N L90 



Oil 



T37 
G59 



-LX630- 



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



SUBJECTS 



COMMITTEE REJECTS DEEPER CUT IN STATE ABORTION FUND 

ABORTION LAWS: DON'T TURN BACK THE CLOCK 

PARENTAL CONSENT ISSUE WON'T BE SWEPT UNDER RUG, STATE SENATORS SAY 

HOUSE PARTIES SET TO PUSH SUPPORT FOR ABORTION RIGHTS 

ABORTION CONSENT MEASURE IS STILL PRODUCING DEBATE 

ABORTION-RIGHTS SUPPORTERS URGED TO CAMPAIGN HARDER 

ABORTION BILL AMENDMENT IS APPROVED 

DURHAM PANEL PRESSES ABORTION RIGHTS FIGHT 

ABORTION PARENTAL CONSENT BILL HINGES ON AFFORDABILITY 

ABORTION LAWS WEAKENED; STAGE SET FOR BATTLE IN STATE 

LIFE'S BEGINNING! A QUESTION THAT ELUDES SCIENCE 

ABORTION RULING HAILED, DENOUNCED BY TAR HEELS 

RULING MAY AFFECT ABORTIONS IN COUNTY 

COURT DECISION DISPLEASES BOTH SIDES OF ISSUE 

DUKE, UNC PROFS EXPRESS DIFFERING ABORTION VIEWS 

SUPREME COURT TAKES AX TO ABORTION RIGHTS 

PUBLIC WANTS CURBS; COURT'S ABORTION DECISION OPENS WAY TO LEGISLATION 

INSIGHT/ABORTION RULING'S SHOCK WAVES HIT THE LEGISLATURE 

...AT THE VERY LEAST, ABORTIONS SHOULD BE LEGAL AND SAFE... (CARTOON) 

CUTTING-EDGE ISSUES IN ABORTION: WHAT'S LIFE AND WHAT ARE OUR VALUES'* 

ABORTION LAW WOULD CUT 30 A YEAR AT DUKE 

ABORTION IS MURDER 

DESTRUCTION BY ABORTION IS A WAR WITHOUT GUNS, TANKS 

FACTS MISREPRESENTED 

OPPONENTS OF ABORTION ARE USING PSEUDO-SCIENCE 

PLEASE RESPECT WOMEN 

DUKE LAW PROF! ABORTION RULING TESTS '73 VOTE 

DURHAM ABORTION PROTEST PEACEFUL 

VEHEMENT ATTACK MOUNTED 

DEMONSTRATORS FOUND GUILTY OF TRESPASSING 

ANTI-ABORTION ACTIVISTS TO APPEAL CONVICTIONS 

AGENCY GEARS UP FOR NOVEMBER PRO-CHOICE RALLY 

JURY DELIBERATING CASE AGAINST ABORTION FOE 

HUNG JURY BRINGS MISTRIAL IN ABORTION-PROTEST CASE 

ABORTION FOES WON'T HAVE AN EASY BATTLE 

BUSH'S ABORTION VETO WRONG 

MCKERNAN: ABORTION ISSUE AIDS GOP CANDIDATES 

ANTI-ABORTIONISTS POLL CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES 

ABORTION n c 

SEE ALSo'duKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, ABORTIONS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, ABORTIONS 

SEE ALSO PRO-LIFE NETWORK OF DURHAM AND CHAPEL HILL 

MAVRETIC SEEKS ABORTION PANEL 

ABORTION COMMITTEE WILL HAVE TOUGH JOB 

ABORTION ISSUE COULD HAVE SERIOUS EFFECT ON OTHER N.C. POLICIES 

PRO-CHOICERS RALLY IN RALEIGH 

2 DURHAM LEGISLATORS OPPOSE NEW ABORTION BILL 

ABORTION RULING POSES FUTURE GOP PROBLEM 

PANEL ON ABORTION ISSUES HAS WOBBLY START 

MARTIN! REFERENDUM ON ABORTION ISSUES WOULD BE GOOD IDEA 

INSIGHT/MAVRETIC'S REPORT CARD 

ABORTION FOES UNDER INJUNCTION 

PRO-LIFE ACTIVISTS PLAN INCREASED PROTESTS AT CLINIC 

WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS TARGETS N.C. LEGISLATURE 

DEMONSTRATORS FOUND GUILTY OF TRESPASSING 

N.C. REFERENDUM ON ABORTION MAY HAVE MERIT 

WHOSE LAW OF 'NECESSITY'? 

PRO-LIFE GROUP PRESSES CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES ON ABORTION 

ANTI-ABORTION SENTIMENT CLEAR IN CAROLINA POLL RESULTS 

ABORTION PROTEST TRIAL ENDS IN MISTRIAL 

PROSECUTOR WILL RETRY ABORTION-PROTEST CASES 

HOW IMPORTANT IS ABORTION TO WINNING IN NORTH CAROLINA? 

ABORTION CLINICS 
SEE ALSO ABORTION 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. ABORTIONS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, ABORTIONS 

IF SHE HAD LISTENED... 

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7/06/1989 
7/09/1989 
7/09/1989 
7/09/1989 
7/10/1989 
7/10/1989 
7/12/1989 
7/12/1989 
7/18/1989 
7/18/1989 
7/27/1989 
7/29/1989 
8/07/1989 
8/09/1989 
8/09/1989 B 
8/21/1989 A 
9/14/1989 
9/15/1989 
10/14/1989 
10/25/1989 
10/26/1989 
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N S22 
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N T77 
J Oil 
N R63 
N C60 
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N S17 
N S17 
N T77 
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T C50 
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N C60 
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N C61 
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N S82 
N B53 
N S17 
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N S82 
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N N36 
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7/11/1989 A 


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7/12/1989 A 


4 


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s 


2 


7/12/1989 A 


5 


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H 


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7/13/1989 C 


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N S22 


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7/13/1989 A 


1 


P N T77 


S 


2 


7/13/1989 A 


5 


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H 


2 


7/16/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


7/21/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


7/23/1989 D 


2 


U L40 


H 


2 


7/28/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 C 


1 


N S22 


H 


2 


8/06/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/09/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


8/10/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


8/11/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


10/27/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


10/31/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


11/03/1989 A 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 11/03/1989 A 


10 


N B53 


H 


2 11/19/1989 D 


2 


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POLICE ARREST 9 ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS ON TRESPASS CHARGES 

POLICE LOG/ABORTION PROTESTERS LEAVE PEACEFULLY 

DOCTOR SAID NOT GUILTY OF MENACING PROTESTER 

DOCTOR FOUND NOT GUILTY OF THREATENING PROTESTER 

ABORTION ACTIVISTS GO ON TRIAL TODAY 

ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS FOUND GUILTY OF TRESPASSING 

ACTIONS DON'T DETER PATIENTS, LOCAL CLINIC EMPLOYEE SAYS 

VOLUNTEERS SHIELD WOMEN FROM PROTESTERS 

ABORTION AND THE PROFIT ISSUE 

DURHAM POLICE ARREST 7 IN ABORTION PROTEST 

7 ANTI-ABORTION DEMONSTRATORS ARRESTED AT DURHAM RALLY 

DURHAM PANEL PRESSES ABORTION RIGHTS FIGHT 

HEARINGS AUG. 8 FOR 7 ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS 

ABORTION LAWS WEAKENED! STAGE SET FOR BATTLE IN STATE 

RULING MAY AFFECT ABORTIONS IN COUNTY 

PUBLIC WANTS CURBS ; COURT'S ABORTION DECISION OPENS WAY TO LEGISLATION 

ABORTION LAW WOULD CUT 30 A YEAR AT DUKE „ 

DURHAM CLINIC SEEKS TO HALT PRO-LIFERS (CORRECTION PRINTED 7-26-89) 

ABORTION CLINIC INJUNCTION DELAYED 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

JUDGE'S ORDER BARS ABORTION PROTESTERS 

ABORTION FOES UNDER INJUNCTION 

CLINIC LAWYER SAYS PROTESTS MAY NEED MORE LEGAL ACTION 

DURHAM ABORTION PROTEST PEACEFUL 

PRO-LIFE ACTIVISTS PLAN INCREASED PROTESTS AT CLINIC 

DEMONSTRATORS FOUND GUILTY OF TRESPASSING 

JURY DELIBERATING CASE AGAINST ABORTION FOE 

PROTESTORS PEACEFUL AT RALLY 

JURY SELECTION BEGINS FOR SEVEN ANTI-ABORTION ACTIVISTS 

12 JURORS SEATED FOR TRESPASS DEFENDANTS 

JUDGE REBUFFS MOST DEFENSE TACTICS IN PROTESTERS TRIAL 

ABRACADABRA CAFE & THEATER (RALEIGH, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO THEATERS, N.C. 
ABRACADABRA OPENS 
ABRACADABRA MAKES MAGIC 

ABRACADABRA'S 'LA CAGE' IS ANYTHING PUT A DRAG 
SPIRIT OF SPOOF KEEPS 'DAMES' AFLOAT 
MUSICAL PROVIDES EVENING OF LAUGHS AND DANCE 
THIS 'BYE BYE BIRDIE' FLIES - AS FAR AS IT CAN 
•BIRDIE' CONTINUES TO PLEASE AT ABRACADABRA 
AN EMOTIONAL AFFAIR/'CAROUSEL' 
ABRACADABRA CLOSES 

ABSENTEE BALLOTS 

SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. 

ABSENTEES CAN VOTE IN REFERENDUM 

DEADLINES APPROACHING FOR ABSENTEE BALLOTS IN ALAMANCE CO. SCHOOL TAX... 
POLITICKING SLOW IN ALAMANCE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 

ABUNDANT LIFE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY 
YOUNG GAS LEAK VICTIM 

NOXIOUS GAS FORCES SCHOOL EVACUATION; SEVEN SENT TO HOSPITAL 
INCLUDE SCHOOLS IN EMERGENCY PLANNING, STATE OFFICIALS SAY 
HILLSBOROUGH GAS SICKNESS CAUSE STILL NOT CONFIRMED 
SEWER GAS BLAMED FOR ILLNESS AT SCHOOL 

ABUSED WOMEN 

SEE BATTERED WOMEN 

THE ABYSS (FILM) 

CAMERON'S DEEP-WATER THRILLER IS 'ABYS-*AL» 

ACADEMIC HELP CENTER 
SEE ALSO HOMEWORK 
CENTER PROVES SPORTS, ACADEMICS BOTH FUN 

ACADEMIC-INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 



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N B53 


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4/01/1989 C 


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N 882 


CHH 1 


4/12/1989 A 


3 


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CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


3 


N R63 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


3 


N S17 


S 


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4/25/1989 B 


1 P F 659 


H 


2 


4/28/1989 A 


4 


E 


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7/01/1989 A 


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N B53 


H 


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7/02/1989 A 


1 P N T32 


S 


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1 


N T77 


S 


2 


7/03/1989 A 


10 


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2 


7/04/1989 A 


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7/04/1989 A 


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N S17 


H 


2 


7/06/1989 A 


4 


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7/10/1989 A 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


7/24/1989 A 


1 P N S82 


S 


2 


7/24/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


7/26/1989 A 


2 


N 


S 


2 


7/27/1989 C 


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H 


2 


7/28/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


7/28/1989 C 


1 


N M06 


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7/29/1989 A 


1 


N C61 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 C 


1 


N S22 


H 


2 


8/09/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


9/14/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 10/29/1989 B 


1 P N S22 


H 


2 10/31/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 11/01/1989 D 


9 


N S82 


H 


2 11/02/1989 B 


2 


N S82 


s 


2 


2/23/1989 D 


9 P N 


s 


2 


3/10/1989 C 


2 


R B71 


s 


2 


5/04/1989 D 


11 


R B77 


H 


2 


6/23/1989 D 


16 


R U66 


S 


2 


6/29/1989 D 




R B77 


S 


2 


8/24/1989 D 




R B77 


H 


2 


8/25/1989 D 




R P10 


H 


2 10/20/1989 D 




R B77 


H 


2 10/27/1989 D 




F H60 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 


1 


4/29/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


9/29/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 


1/25/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


1/25/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


1/26/1989 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


2/01/1989 A 


3 


N R63 



H 2 9/01/1989 D 3 P R S66 



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1 S£ S^ IVA7E CO0PERATI ^ * NTURES 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C., RESEARCH 
SEEALSOUNiy. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, RESEARCH 
EMPLOYEE POOL SAID INCENTIVE FOR BUSINESS-DIVERSITY TIES 

ACADEMIC RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH 
ACADEMIC RESEARCH FUND QUESTIONED BY LAWMAKERS 
UNC RESEARCH FUND NEEDS TIGHTER CONTROL 

ACADEMY AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM SUN, MOVIE BUFF OF THE YEAR CONTEST 
GAHETO GUESSING? 11TH ANNUAL MOVIE BUFF CONTEST 
...AND JUSTICE FOR SOME... 1988 OSCAR PICKS 
R.C, SMITH'S PICKS 

THE ACCIDENTAL TOURIST (BOOK AND FILM) 

MOVIE 'ACCIDENTAL TOURIST' LIVES UP TO BOOK 

MX §POF&»*iSif!£& D y RHAM (IN C1-UDES RALEIGH/PURHAM AIRPORT) 
SEE ALSO nlRPLflNESf SAFETY 
PRIVATE TWIN-ENGINE PLANE CRASHES NEAR RDU MINUTES AFTER TAKEOFF 
PILOT KILLED IN WAKE CRASH; IDENTITY SOUGHT 
PILOT GETS BLAME FOR CRASH 
PILOT SURVIVES CRASH NEAR RDU 
PLANE CRASHES, BURNS NEAR RDU; PILOT WALKS AWAY FROM WRECKAGE 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES. SAFETY 
CHAPEL HILL BURIAL FOR PAN AM VICTIM 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, EMERGENCIES 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, SAFETY 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, SMUGGLING 
SEE ALSO DRUNKEN FLYING 

CARGO PLANE CRASHES IN ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 

PILOT WALKS AWAY FROM PRE-DAWN PLANE CRASH 

PILOT IN AUGUST PLANE CRASH WAS DRUNK, REPORT SAYS 

DURHAM PILOT DIES IN VANCE CRASH 

STUNT-FLYING PILOT KILLED IN AIRPLANE CRASH 

FUNERAL TOMORROW FOR BUSINESSMAN KILLED STUNT FLYING 

PERSON AIR CRASH KILLS 2 GTE PILOTS 

2 GTE EMPLOYEES KILLED IN PERSON JET CRASH 

SAFETY BOARD PROBES CAUSE OF PLANE CRASH 

BSSJISESS! SEINING WRECKAGE OF GTE AIRPLANE IN PERSON COUNTY 

INVESTIGATORS SEEK CLUES IN DEBRIS OF GTE JET CRASH ^^ 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, ORANGE COUNTY 
PLANE CRASH RESCUE! (TAKE 2) 
LIGHT PLANE CRASHES IN CHAPEL HILL; 1 KILLED 
DEAD PILOT BELIEVED TO BE FROM KINSTON 
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 
CRASH RENEWS DQATE 
MEASURES MAY NOT PRECLUDE CRASH 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES. U.S. 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, SAFETY 
ENGINE FALLS OFF PLANE ON FLIGHT TO CHARLOTTE 
DURHAM FAMILY ON FLIGHT 232 CALLS SURVIVAL PURE MIRACLE 
4 INDURHAM FAMILY ESCAPE, CHAPEL HILL PAIR DIES IN CRASH 
TRAGEDY SEPARATED DURHttl FAMILY— BUT OM.Y BRIEFLY 
RTI SCIENTIST FEARED KILLED IN IOWA CRASH 
RTI SCIENTIST FEARED KILLED IN IOWA CRASH 
RTI CHIEF SCIENTIST, WIFE DIE IN SIOUX CITY AIR CRASH 
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2 8/11/1989 A 
2 8/11/1989 A 
2 11/01/1989 B 
2 11/14/1989 A 
2 11/15/1989 C 



1 M N S69 
1 P N 
1 N 
1 P N B53 
1 N H60 



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H 2 


1/12/1989 D 


4 N 


CHH 1 


4/14/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


6/01/1989 A 


3 N S17 


H 2 


6/04/1989 A 


6 N 


H 2 


6/05/1989 B 


1 P N M51 


S 2 


6/05/1989 C 


1 P 


S 2 10/02/1989 A 


1 P N E33 


H 2 


10/03/1989 A 


1 M N 


S 2 


10/03/1989 A 


1 N C61 


H 1 


10/04/1989 C 


1 P N H60 


S 2 10/04/1989 B 


1 M N C61 


CHH 1 


5/14/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


H 2 


8/12/1989 A 


1 N S69 


S 2 


8/12/1989 A 


1 N M06 


CHH 1 


8/13/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


8/14/1989 A 


1 N M70 


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8/14/1989 A 


1 P N K30 


CHH 1 


8/15/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


8/15/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


8/17/1989 A 


1 N S17 


H 2 


1/21/1989 A 


1 M N 


H 2 


7/20/1989 A 


1 P N 


S 2 


7/20/1989 A 


1 D N M06 


H 2 


7/21/1989 A 


1 N R63 


H 2 


7/21/1989 A 


1 P N K65 


H 2 


7/21/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


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7/21/1989 A 


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DURHAM FAMILY BACK HOME 

CRASH SURVIVORS RETURN HOME 

DOING JOB HAS PLENTY FOR UNITED PLANE CREW 

NO SINGLE CAUSE FOR DISASTERS 

DURHAM EX-iAUYER KILLED IN PLANE CRASH IN S.C. 

MAN SAYS HE ENDED TIES TO VANN PLANE FIRM 

OFFICIALS PROBE VANN'S PILOT'S LICENSE VALIDITY 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CARRBORO 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, ORANGE COUNTY 
FATAL WRECK PROMPTS ALDERMAN'S CALL FOR IMPROVED ROAD CONDITIONS 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, ORANGE COUNTY 
POLICE LOG/TEEN-AGER INJURED IN ACCIDENT 
POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL WOMAN HIT BY CAR 
POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN HURT IN ACCIDENT 
POLICE LOG/POLICE VEHICLES COLLIDE 
URECK NEAR HOSPITAL 

POLICE LOG/FOUR HURT IN SUNDAY ACCIDENT 
POLICE LOG/TEEN-AGER INJURED IN WRECK 
POLICE LOG/ATUATER STRUCK BY AUTOMOBILE 
ALDERMAN TREATED AFTER ACCIDENT 
CULBRETH DRIVE WRECK 
WOMAN TREATED AFTER ACCIDENT 
AREA DIGS OUT AS WINTER BLAST ABATES 
RISKY BUSINESS 

ACCIDENTS, AUTOiJURHAM 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, DURHAM 
PEDESTRIAN HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT 
MAN STRUCK BY CAR IN 'GOOD' CONDITION 
CAR KILLS PEDESTRIAN 
DURHAM MAN HURT IN CORNWALLIS WRECK 
THREE PEOPLE HURT IN TWO-CAR WRECK 
TWO KILLED IN WRECK 
FATAL WRECK 

PEDESTRIAN HURT AS CAR HITS HIM 
BAHAMA TEEN HURT IN ONE-CAR URECK 
MULTIPLE CHARGES AFTER AUTO CHASE 
COLLISION HOSPITALIZES FOUR OCCUPANTS OF AUTO 
1-85 MOTORIST CHANGING TIRE IN SNOWFALL HIT BY SLIDING CAR 
SLICK BRIDGES KEEP TROOPERS ON THE MOVE „ 

FREAKISH WEATHER SLASHES THROUGH STATE; AREA HIGHWAYS TURN DEADLY. 
FORECASTERS PREDICT SNOW; WEATHER TEETER S 
FORECASTERS PREDICT SNOW; WEATHER TEETERS 
POLICE OFFICER INJURED IN ROXBORO ROAD WRECK 
AUTO SKIDS ON ICE INTO HOUSE, TREE 
BAD INTERSECTIONS ABOUND 
COLLISIONS ABOUND; TRAFFIC SNARLS 
COLLISIONS ABOUND; TRAFFIC SNARLS 
ICY STREETS CAUSE 200 DURHAM WRECKS 
ICE STORM FREEZES TRIANGLE ACTIVITIES 
FIRMS TRY TO PUT DENT IN DURHAM STORM CLAIMS 
DANGEROUS INTERSECTIONS REPORT ASKED 
DURHAM TO CHECK 10 WORST INTERSECTIONS 
CAR HITS HOUSE AS DRIVER AVOIDS DOG 
STUDY OF INTERSECTIONS SHOULD FOCUS ON WORST 
UNC STUDENT KILLED IN WRECK 
MARKS OF A MISHAP 
CAR OVERTURNS 
THREE HURT AS CAR FLIPS 
DRIVER RECEIVES MINOR INJURIES 
POWERLESS POLE 

MAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT ON N.C. 147 
HIT-AND-RUN RIG DESTROYS VU 
WOMAN KILLED, CHILD, 5, HURT IN AUTO WRECK 
POLICE: SPEED A FACTOR IN FATAL WRECK 
MRS. CLAYTON, 40; VICTIM OF SINGLE-CAR ACCIDENT 
COLLISION INJURES THREE SERIOUSLY DURING RAINSTORM 



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12/20/1989 



1/01/1989 
1/04/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/18/1989 
1/20/1989 
1/25/1989 
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1/29/1989 B 
2/05/1989 B 
2/12/1989 B 
2/13/1989 B 
2/19/1989 B 
2/20/1989 C 
2/22/1989 A 
2/22/1989 A 
2/22/1989 A 
2/22/1989 C 
2/26/1989 B 
3/06/1989 A 
3/08/1989 
3/08/1989 
3/09/1989 
3/09/1989 
3/11/1989 
3/14/1989 
3/14/1989 
3/15/1989 
3/15/1989 
3/24/1989 
3/25/1989 
3/29/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/14/1989 
4/19/1989 B 
4/23/1989 B 
4/25/1989 C 
4/25/1989 C 
4/26/1989 C 
4/26/1989 C 



N 

N 

N 

N 
P P 

N 

N 

N 

N 
PP L38 

N 
P N 
P P 



L38 



D38 
L38 



S73 
S73 



B53 



N 

N 

NB53 

N 

N 

P 

P 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

n mi 

N H70 
N B53 
N 

N B53 
N B53 
N H70 
N C60 
N H60 
N B53 
N 

N H70 
N 
E 
P 
P 
P 
P 
P 
P 
N 
N 

N T32 
N B53 

N K30 



S73 
C45 
M66 
M66 
M66 
S76 



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12/31/1989 



Y SUBJECTS 



STORM INJURES 4 PEOPLE, DAMAGES DURHAM BUILDINGS 
N.Y. MAN CHARGED WITH 1-85 HIT-AND-RUN 

2 SUFFER INJURIES IN WRECK 
MAN HURT IN COLLISION OF CARS 
WRECK INJURES DUKE STUDENT 

SIGN POST KILLS DURHAM TEEN RIDING IN CAR 
NORTHERN HIGH JUNIOR KILLED IN FREAK CAR ACCIDENT 

BOY THROWN FROM TRUCK DIES 

3 VEHICLE PILEUP ON NATION AVENUE 
POLICE NAB 34 FOR DWI 

WRECK ON ROXBORO STREET INJURES 5 

FIRE HYDRANT BITES DUST 

BUS STOP 

WRECK VICTIM GETS AID 

SURVIVORS OF A BIG CRUNCH 

WOMAN DIES IN WRECK 

COUPLE HURT IN TRAFFIC MISHAP 

THREE HURT IN COLLISION 

WOMAN HIT BY TRUCK 

FAULTY CIRCUIT HALTS POWER DOWNTOWN 

POLICE OFFICER HURT IN WRECK 

OPEN-DOOR POLICY 

DURHAM MAN INJURED IN HEAD-ON COLLISION 

GIRL PINNED BETWEEN CAR, UTILITY POLE 

A 'GOOD DEED' TURNS INTO TRAGEDY 

MAN HURT IN WRECK STILL NOT IDENTIFIED 

HURT HITCHHIKER STILL UNIDENTIFIED 

AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM IDENTIFIED 

CAR HITS RAILROAD BRIDGE SUPPORT 

COUPLE TRAPPED AS CAR HITS TREE 

THREE WOMEN KILLED IN TWO AUTO ACCIDENTS 

&^ Bf4riltBiSg nFY mo ** T IN "■"» a™ 

^^ L 2£^^i£f s JS2* TO AT SEVERAL ****** churches 

POLICE LOG/3 TEENS ROB NEWSPAPER VENDOR, 12 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH HIT-AND-RUN 
PAIR SURVIVE CAR DRAGGED 873 FEET ON 1-85 
CAR A LOSS, BUT PAIR ALIVE IN 1-85 SKID 
RTF MISHAP 

SIMg £We&T FIRK "■ "* TAXI «»« 

SIX-VEHICLE WRECK SNARLS MIDDAY TRAFFIC 
6-VEWCLE PILEUP 
HIT-AND-RUN RESULT 

PoyaEugTECOHroso body identified as missing is-year-old girl 
5&£ IgfflS^W 1 L£AV£S m 5mm NINE TIf£S ' ■■ 

DRIVER RESCUES FELLOW VICTIM 

2HH !^^£Lt£L" ITH "92?' WrniS BEFORE DISTURBANCE QUELLED 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED IN ARMED ROBBERY OF FAST FARE 

1-85 WRECKS SLOW SOUTHBOUND TRAFFIC 

CAR OVERTURNS 

CAR OVERTURNS, LANDS UPRIGHT 

POLICE LOG/CAR HOCKED ON TRACTOR-TRAILER BUMPER 

4HEHICLE WRECK BLOCKS 1-40 EAST 

13-YEAR-OLD BADLY HURT IN 4-CAR WRECK ON 1-40 

BOY, 13, CRITICAL AFTER 4H»EHICLE, 1-40 WRECK 

POLICE LOG/6 ARRESTED ON 25 MOSTLY DRUG CHARGES 

4-CAR PILEUP HURTS 3 PEOPLE 

POLICE LOG/HURST TOOL USED IN 2 CAR WRECKS 

TRAPPED IN WRECK 

ASLEEP BEFORE WRECK 

7~CAR URECX 

SUN BLINDS DRIVERS IN DURHAM PILEUP 

2 AUTO OCCUPANTS DIE IN COLLISION WITH PICKUP 

POLICE LOG/ABANDONED CAR, SUN CAUSE PILEUP 

OFFICER REVIVES BABY HURT IN GUESS RD. WRECK 



N 

P 

S 

s 

S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 

s 

H 
S 
H 

H 
S 
H 

H 
H 
S 
H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

S 

S 

H 

S 

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



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4/26/1989 A 
4/26/1989 B 
5/05/1989 C 
5/10/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/22/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/27/1989 B 
5/28/1989 B 
5/30/1989 A 
6/12/1989 A 
6/13/1989 C 
6/14/1989 B 
6/15/1989 C 
6/16/1989 
6/17/1989 
6/19/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/28/1989 
7/03/1989 B 
7/07/1989 C 
7/09/1989 B 
7/10/1989 B 
7/13/1989 A 
7/13/1989 C 
7/14/1989 C 
7/14/1989 C 
7/15/1989 C 
7/16/1989 B 
7/17/1989 B 
7/17/1989 B 
7/18/1989 C 
7/26/1989 C 
7/31/1989 B 
7/31/1989 B 
8/04/1989 C 
8/07/1989 B 
8/07/1989 C 
8/11/1989 
8/23/1989 
8/24/1989 
8/25/1989 
8/25/1989 
8/29/1989 
9/06/1989 
9/06/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/09/1989 
9/21/1989 
9/24/1989 B 
9/25/1989 
9/27/1989 
9/28/1989 
9/28/1989 
9/29/1989 
10/07/1989 
10/07/1989 
10/08/1989 B 
10/12/1989 C 
10/19/1989 C 
10/22/1989 B 
10/22/1989 B 
10/22/1989 B 
10/23/1989 B 
10/23/1989 A 
10/24/1989 B 
10/24/1989 B 
10/24/1989 B 



N M06 
N B53 
N M66 
N 
N 

N B53 
N 

P T37 


P S73 
N B53 
N M06 
P S76 
K30 
K30 
S76 



T32 
K30 
B53 

L38 



P 

P 

P 

N 

N 

P 

P 

N 

N 

P 

N 

N 

N MSI 

N B53 

N 

N 

P T32 

N M51 

N M51 

N K30 

N 

N M51 

P T32 

N M51 

N C47 

N M51 

N T32 

P T32 

N 

N 

P 

P 

P 



S76 
S76 
S76 
N K51 
P L38 
N M51 
P K30 
P T32 
N M51 
N M51 
N B53 
P T32 
P S76 
N M51 
N 

N B53 
N 

N M51 
N 

N M51 
N M51 
N M51 
N M51 
N B53 
P T32 
N N36 
N B53 



, 



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



SUBJECTS 



7-MONTH-OLD GIRL REVIVED BY POLICEMAN 

POLICE LOG/WRECK KILLS 2 CAMPBELL STUDENTS 

OFFICERS' FAST ACTION SAVES TWO CHILDREN 

INJURED INF ANT SENT HOME 

CAR CROSSES 15-501 MEDIAN, WRECK HURTS 3 

POLICE L0G/5-CAR WRECK HOSPITALIZES 3 PEOPLE 

4 HURT IN WRECK WITH POLICE CAR CAR 

TWO DRIVERS HOSPITALIZED 

POLICE LOG/BLEACH THROWN IN MAN'S FACE IN PARKING LOT 

CAR SKIDS UNDER STOPPED TRACTOR-TRAILER 

OFF-DUTY NURSE AIDS VICTIM 

BUS WRECK 

DURHAM DODGES HOLIDAY WRECKS; ACCIDENTS, TRAFFIC JAM ORANGE ROADS 

POLICE LOG/BAD CHECK LEADS TO STOLEN CAR 

POLICE LOG/REGISTER DISCOVERED IN MAN'S CAR 

WEATHER-RELATED WRECK 

MORNING SNOW DUSTS TRIANGLE 

MORNING SNOW DUSTS TRIANGLE 

PEDESTRIAN DIES AFTER HIT BY CAR 

POLICE L0G/65-YEAR-OLD DURHAM MAN ROBBED, SHOT 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS SNARL ICE-GLAZED TRIANGLE 

ICY ROADS CAUSE MORE THAN 300 WRECKS IN CITY, COUNTY 

SHADED AREA SURPRISE DRIVERS 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ACCIDENTS, AUTO, DURHAM 
SEE TRAFFIC DEATHS, DURHAM 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HIT-AND-RUN DRIVING 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, N.C. 

1 KILLED, 5 INJURED IN 1-95 3-VEHICLE CRASH 

TWO OXFORD STORES DAMAGED BY CAR 

THREE KILLED IN COLLISION NEAR HENDERSON 

PERSON TEEN DIES AS CAR GOES INTO POND 

WOMAN KILLED IN U.S. 64 ACCIDENT 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

COMPARATIVE FAULT PROPOSAL FAILS TO SURVIVE BILL DEADLINE 

PEDESTRIAN, DRIVER DIE IN 2 PERSON ACCIDENTS 

HIGH POINT COUPLE KILLED IN WED. CRASH WITH TRUCK 

HEAD-ON GRANVILLE WRECK FATAL 

TWO INJURED ON INTERSTATE 

TWO INJURED IN GRANVILLE 1-85 ACCIDENT „ 

THE CLUTTER FROM OUR WRECKS DISAPPEARS QUICKLY, BUT NOT THE EFFECTS 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CARRBORO 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CHAPEL HILL 

FOUR INJURED IN FOG-RELATED ACCIDENT ON U.S. 70 

WINTER STORM ICES DOWN TRIANGLE ROADS 

CORRECTION 

$90,000 AWARDED TO ACCIDENT VICTIM 

WRECK NEAR HILLSBOROUGH 

HELICOPTER RESCUE 

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 

WOMAN INJURED IN THURS. WRECK 

HAZARD ON THE HIGHWAY/BOLTING DEER A PROBLEM COMMON TO ORANGE CO. 

TRAFFIC CHOKES COUNTY/HIGHWAYS AT CRAWL 

DURHAM DODGES HOLIDAY WRECKS; ACCIDENTS, TRAFFIC JAM ORANGE ROADS 

CAR SLIDES ON ICE, CRASHES RAILS 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, TRAINS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO OPERATION LIFESAVER 
MOTORIST UNINJURED AFTER HILLSBOROUGH TRAIN CRASH 



S 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

S 

H 

H 



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



-DATE- 



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E 

C -PG 



10/25/1989 C 
10/25/1989 C 
10/25/1989 A 
10/26/1989 C 
10/31/1989 A 
11/01/1989 C 
11/04/1989 C 
11/05/1989 B 
11/07/1989 B 
11/09/1989 C 
11/14/1989 B 
11/17/1989 C 
11/23/1989 C 
11/27/1989 B 
11/30/1989 C 
12/12/1989 C 
12/13/1989 A 
12/13/1989 A 
12/17/1989 B 
12/18/1989 C 
12/20/1989 A 
12/21/1989 C 
12/21/1989 C 



1/03/1989 A 
1/21/1989 B 
1/22/1989 B 
2/01/1989 C 
2/25/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/29/1989 
10/20/1989 
11/09/1989 
12/22/1989 
12/23/1989 B 
12/24/1989 D 



2/22/1989 

3/09/1989 

5/05/1989 

6/03/1989 

6/20/1989 

7/26/1989 

8/27/1989 

8/28/1989 

8/29/1989 

9/06/1989 

10/13/1989 

10/17/1989 

11/23/1989 

11/23/1989 

12/12/1989 



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P N M51 

N MSI 

E 

NM51 
P N B53 

N S22 
P P S76 

P T32 

NM51 
P P S76 

P K30 
P P 
PN 

N M51 

N M51 
P P K30 
P N B53 
P N B85 

N 

N M51 
PN 
P N 

N M51 



12 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 
8 
7 
3 
9 
1 
1 
5 



N 

N T32 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

NS17 

N 

P S76 

N 

U 



N R63 
N H90 
N 
N 

P L38 
P L38 
N M20 
N M20 
N 
N 
N 

N H90 
N W57 
N 
N H90 



CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 1 N M20 



ACCIDENTS, BALLOON 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO BALLOONS 
SEE ALSO HOT AIR BALLOONS 
HOT-AIR BALLOON HITS TV TOWER IN GARNER 

ACCIDENTS, BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE SAFETY 
SEE ALSO BICYCLES 
CLOSE CALL 

SSFfc^SSS COLLISION KILLS BOY ON EIGHTH BIRTHDAY 

GIRL, 11, HURT AS BIKE HIT BY TWO CARS 

POLICE LOG/BREAK-INS REPORTED AT SEVERAL DURHAM CHURCHES 

CAR COLLISION HURTS CYCLIST ^^ "tukwm 

DOT URGES HELMETS TO ACCOMPANY BIKES 

BIKEUAYS PLAN UP FOR CONSIDERATION 



ACCIDENTS, BUSES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SCHOOL BUSES 
BUS STOP 

POLICELOG/BUS DRIVER AT FAULT IN ACCIDENT 
UP A TREE 

ACCIDENTS, CARBON MONOXIDE 

HIGH-PRESSURE OXYGEN HELPS PREGNANT WOMAN 

ACCIDENTS, CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO CHILD SAFETY 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, GUNS 

BSSBi B^MiUr™ PRESS/aMWY F0CUS 

GUNPOWDER BLAST HURTS 9-YEAR-OLD 

BOY, 4, DIES AFTER HOME MISHAP 

CHILD, 3.CRITICALLY INJURED IN FALL FROM VEHICLE 

BOY, 3, REMAINS CRITICAL AFTER FALL OUT OF VEHICLE 

BOY THROWN FROM TRUCK DIES vuuux 

SEEESfKS 9&l 5lW KILLS m m EIGHTH BIRTHDAY 
DURHAM GIRL OK AFTER 30 MINUTES IN HOLE 
BOY INJURED; DRIVER SOUGHT 

ACCIDENTS, CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, INDUSTRIAL 
WORKER LIFTED FROM MANHOLE 
WORKER INJURED IN FALL FROM CCB 
CRANE COLLAPSES AT CHICKEN BRIDGE 
NCMH RELEASES BRIDGE MEN 
CARRBORO CONSTRUCTION WORKER KILLED 
MANHURT IN 20-FOOT FALL AT GLAXO CONSTRUCTION SITE 
MEMORIAL DAY SET FOR FALLEN WORKERS; 87 DIED IN 1988 
7 WORKERS TREATED AFTER FUMES RELEASED 

ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SWIMMING POOLS 
SEE ALSO BOAT SAFETY 

GUILFORD GIRL, 6, DROWNED - AUTOPSY 

MOTteR SUES TOWN OVER 1987 DROWNING 

HENDERSON MAN DROWNS IN KERR LAKE 

VANCE COACH DROWNS IN RESCUE TRY 

ACCIDENTS, ELECTRICAL 

MOORE COUNTY WORKER ELECTROCUTED 

wntrrxtiF* ™ aEcmroi m at « 

ACCIDENTS, EXPLOSIONS 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 
UNC PROF IN FAIR CONDITION AFTER PHARMACY LAB EXPLOSION 
HANHqLECpVER POPS UP, ELECTRICAL SHORT LIKELY CAUSE 
TUO WORKERS INJURED IN BURLINGTON WHEN TANK OF PESTICIDE EXPLODES 

ACCIDENTS, FALLS 

WORKER INJURED IN FALL FROM CCB 



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H 2 6/12/1989 A 1 P N 



CHH 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 



1/17/1989 A 
5/31/1989 C 
7/18/1989 C 
7/26/1989 C 
9/25/1989 B 
11/26/1989 A 
11/27/1989 A 



P L38 
N 
N 

N M51 
P K30 
N 
N S17 



S 2 6/14/1989 B 
CHH 1 7/18/1989 A 
S 2 12/20/1989 A 



3 P P K30 
3 N 
3 P P M66 



H 2 2/22/1989 B 8 N D80 



CHH 1 


2/12/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


S 


2 


3/18/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/13/1989 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


5/23/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/24/1989 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


5/27/1989 B 


4 


H 


2 


5/31/1989 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


6/10/1989 C 


3 N 


H 


2 10/22/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/14/1989 C 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 


2/15/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


CHH 1 


2/17/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


2/18/1989 A 


3 N 


S 


2 


3/18/1989 C 


2 N 


S 


2 


4/22/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/23/1989 B 


4 N A54 


H 


2 


5/17/1989 C 


4 N 



H 2 1/24/1989 B 5 N 

CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 1 P N H90 

H 2 7/05/1989 C 1 N 

H 2 7/18/1989 A 1 N 



H 2 1/18/1989 C 3 N 
H 2 6/23/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 7/13/1989 C 3 N 



S 2 6/20/1989 A 2 N 

H 2 6/28/1989 C 2 N 

H 2 11/11/1989 C 2 N H60 

S 2 2/15/1989 A 1 P N B53 



a 



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MONTHLY/ 



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



SUBJECTS 



PREVENT FALLS IN LATER LIFE/TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEALTH 
MAN HURT IN FALL IS 'FAIR' 
MAN UNCONCIOUS AFTER FALL OFF RAILROAD TRESTLE 
MAN HURT IN 20-FOOT FALL AT GLAXO CONSTRUCTION SITE 
MEMORIAL DAY SET FOR FALLEN WORKERS; 87 DIED IN 1988 
CHILD, 3, CRITICALLY INJURED IN FALL FROM VEHICLE 
BOY, 3, REMAINS CRITICAL AFTER FALL OUT OF VEHICLE 
FALLS ACCOUNT FOR MANY DEATHS AMONG OLDER CITIZENS 
'THAWING, PUDDLING* FRIES BLAMED IN FOOD LION SUIT 
PAIN PICTURED __ 

FORMER DURHAM RESIDENTS DIE IN WATERFALL ACCIDENT 
FORMER DURHAM RESIDENT INJURED IN ALASKA FALL 

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

ACCIDENTS, FIREWORKS 
SEE ALSO FIREWORKS 
KIDS START BLAZE WITH FIREWORKS 

ACCIDENTS, GUNS 

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

ACCIDENTS, HELICOPTERS 
SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 
FEARFUL UNCERTAINTY A PARENT'S XB 

ACCIDENTS, HUNTING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 
HUNTING MISHAPS AVOIDABLE 
APOLOGETIC NIHROD 

ACCIDENTS, INDUSTRIAL 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO ON-THE-JOB SAFETY 
MEMORIAL DAY SET FOR FALLEN WORKERS; 87 DIED IN 1988 

ACCIDENTS, LIGHTNING 
SEE ALSO LIGHTNING 
LIGHTNING KILLS ONE MAN, STUNS TWO OTHERS 
STORM ZAPS POWER; LIGHTNING SETS 2 HOUSES ABLAZE 
STORM ZAPS POWER; LIGHTNING SETS 2 HOUSES ABLAZE 
LIGHTNING STRIKES CHAPEL HILL HOME 

ACCIDENTS, LOGGING 
SEE ALSO TIMBER 
LOGGING MISHAP 

ACCIDENTS, MOTORCYCLE 

SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLE DEATHS 
POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN HURT IN CYCLE ACCIDENT 
APPEALS COURT RULES $500,000 RESTITUTION EXCESSIVE IN DEATH-BY-VEHICLE 
MAN DIES AFTER CYCLE ACCIDENT 
PREACHER DIES IN MOTORCYCLE WRECK 
MOTORCYCLIST HURT IN AUTO COLLISION 
MOTORCYCLIST, 29, DIES IN WRECK NEAR CEMETERY 
POLICE LOG/BURGLAR BATTERS SLEEPING WOMAN WITH BRICK 



ACCIDENTS, NUCLEAR 

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



ACCIDENTS 



ACCIDENTS, PARACHUTES 

SEE ALSO PARATROOPERS _ 

AIR TURBULENCE BLAMED FOR AIRPLANE VEERING INTO SOLDIERS' PARACHUTES 



N 
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S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
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2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



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CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 



2/15/1989 C 
2/16/1989 C 
2/27/1989 B 
4/22/1989 C 
4/23/1989 B 
5/23/1989 C 
5/24/1989 C 
7/04/1989 C 
7/06/1989 A 
7/26/1989 A 
7/29/1989 B 
11/13/1989 A 



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E 



N 



H 2 8/18/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 3/25/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 11/25/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 12/11/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 4/23/1989 B 4 N A54 



H 2 3/19/1989 B 1 N 

S 2 6/29/1989 C 1 N B53 

S 2 6/29/1989 C 1 N T77 

CHH 1 7/01/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 8/09/1989 A 1 P P L38 



CHH 1 


4/06/1989 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


4/09/1989 B 


1 


N S82 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


5/31/1989 D 


10 


N 


H 2 


6/04/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 2 


6/19/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 2 


8/21/1989 A 


13 


NM51 



H 2 1/04/1989 B 6 N 



ACCIDENTS, PEDESTRIAN 

SEE ALSO PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO BALLOONS 
SEE ALSO HOT AIR BALLOONS 
HOT-AIR BALLOON HITS TV TOWER IN GARNER 

ACCIDENTS, BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE SAFETY 
SEE ALSO BICYCLES 
CLOSE CALL 

■eev ®^#% i i8 i & aam bir ™ y 

®feA3l£Ft$8?<gg$P AT SEVERAL aJRHAN CHURCHES 
DOT URGES HELMETS TO ACCOMPANY BIKES 
BIKEUAYS PLAN UP FOR CONSIDERATION 

ACCIDENTS, BUSES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SCHOOL BUSES 
BUS STOP 

POLICE LOG/BUS DRIVER AT FAULT IN ACCIDENT 
UP A TREE 

ACCIDENTS, CARBON MONOXIDE 

HIGH-PRESSURE OXYGEN HELPS PREGNANT WOMAN 

ACCIDENTS, CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO CHILD SAFETY 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, GUNS 

K KiEsWiUr^* 7 P * ESS/SUNI » Y F0CUS 

GUNPOWDER BLAST HURTS 9-YEAR-OLD 

BOY, 4, DIES AFTER HOME MISHAP 

CHILD, 3.CRITICALLY INJURED IN FALL FROM VEHICLE 

ffi'JtdSSSS CRITICAL AFTER FALL OUT OF VEHICLE 

BOY THROWN FROM TRUCK DIES 

KEEftKRE Sii SI0N KILLS MY ■ EI6HTH BIRTHDAY 
DURHAM GIRL OK AFTER 30 MINUTES IN HOLE 
BOY INJURED; DRIVER SOUGHT 

ACCIDENTS, CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, INDUSTRIAL 
WORKER LIFTED FROM MANHOLE 
WORKER INJURED IN FALL FROM CCB 
CRANE COLLAPSES AT CHICKEN BRIDGE 
NCMH RELEASES BRIDGE MEN 
CARRBORO CONSTRUCTION WORKER KILLED 
MANHURT IN 20-FOOT FALL AT GLAXO CONSTRUCTION SITE 
MEMORIAL DAY SET FOR FALLEN WORKERS; 87 DIED IN 1988 
7 WORKERS TREATED AFTER FUMES RELEASED 

ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SWIMMING POOLS 
SEE ALSO BOAT SAFETY 

GUILFORD GIRL, 6, DROWNED — AUTOPSY 

MOTHER SUES TOWN OVER 1987 DROWNING 

HENDERSON MAN DROWNS IN KERR LAKE 

VANCE COACH DROWNS IN RESCUE TRY 

ACCIDENTS, ELECTRICAL 

MOORE COUNTY WORKER ELECTROCUTED 

KSf^P^S^' ™ EL£CTRICAL m AT "■ 

ACCIDENTS, EXPLOSIONS 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 
UNC PROF IN FAIR CONDITION AFTER PHARMACY LAB EXPLOSION 
MANHOLE COVER POPS UP, ELECTRICAL SHORT LIKELY CAUSE 
TWO WORKERS INJURED IN BURLINGTON WHEN TANK OF PESTICIDE EXPLODES 

ACCIDENTS, FALLS 

WORKER INJURED IN FALL FROM CCB 



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CHH 1 1/17/1989 A 


1 P P L38 


H 2 5/31/1989 C 


1 N 


H 2 7/18/1989 C 


4 N 


H 2 7/24/1989 C 


3 N M51 


H 2 9/25/1989 B 


1 P P K30 


CHH 1 11/26/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 11/27/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


S 2 6/14/1989 B 


3 P P K30 


CHH 1 7/18/1989 A 


3 N 


S 2 12/20/1989 A 


3 P P M66 



H 2 2/22/1989 B 8 N D80 



CHH 1 


2/12/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


S 


2 


3/18/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/13/1989 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


5/23/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/24/1989 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


5/27/1989 B 


4 


H 


2 


5/31/1989 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


6/10/1989 C 


3 N 


H 


2 10/22/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/14/1989 C 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 


2/15/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


CHH 1 


2/17/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


2/18/1989 A 


3 N 


S 


2 


3/18/1989 C 


2 N 


S 


2 


4/22/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/23/1989 B 


4 N A54 


H 


2 


5/17/1989 C 


4 N 



H 2 1/24/1989 B 5 N 

CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 1 P N H90 

H 2 7/05/1989 C 1 N 

H 2 7/18/1989 A 1 N 



H 2 1/18/1989 C 3 N 
H 2 6/23/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 7/13/1989 C 3 N 



S 2 6/20/1989 A 2 N 
H 2 6/28/1989 C 2 N 
H 2 11/11/1989 C 2 N H60 



S 2 2/15/1989 A 1 P N B53 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX B 
12/31/1989 



S U B J 



PREVENT FALLS IN LATER LIFE/TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEALTH 
MAN HURT IN FALL IS 'FAIR' 
MAN UNCONCIOUS AFTER FALL OFF RAILROAD TRESTLE 
MAN HURT IN 20-FOOT FALL AT GLAXO CONSTRUCTION SITE 
MEMORIAL DAY SET FOR FALLEN WORKERS; 87 DIED IN 1988 
CHILD, 3, CRITICALLY INJURED IN FALL FROM VEHICLE 
BOY, 3, REMAINS CRITICAL AFTER FALL OUT OF VEHICLE 
FALLS ACCOUNT FOR MANY DEATHS AMONG OLDER CITIZENS 
'THAWING, PUDDLING* FRIES BLAMED IN FOOD LION SUIT 
PAIN PICTURED _ 

FORMER DURHAM RESIDENTS DIE IN WATERFALL ACCIDENT 
FORMER DURHAM RESIDENT INJURED IN ALASKA FALL 

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

ACCIDENTS, FIREWORKS 
SEE ALSO FIREWORKS 
KIDS START BLAZE WITH FIREWORKS 

ACCIDENTS, GUNS 

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

ACCIDENTS, HELICOPTERS 
SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 
FEARFUL UNCERTAINTY A PARENT'S JOB 

ACCIDENTS, HUNTING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 
HUNTING MISHAPS AVOIDABLE 
APOLOGETIC NIMROD 

ACCIDENTS, INDUSTRIAL 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO ON-THE-JOB SAFETY 
MEMORIAL DAY SET FOR FALLEN WORKERS; 87 DIED IN 1988 

ACCIDENTS, LIGHTNING 
SEE ALSO LIGHTNING 
LIGHTNING KILLS ONE MAN, STUNS TWO OTHERS 
STORM ZAPS POWER; LIGHTNING SETS 2 HOUSES ABLAZE 
STORM ZAPS POWER; LIGHTNING SETS 2 HOUSES ABLAZE 
LIGHTNING STRIKES CHAPEL HILL HOME 

ACCIDENTS, LOGGING 
SEE ALSO TIMBER 
LOGGING MISHAP 

ACCIDENTS, MOTORCYCLE 

SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLE DEATHS 
POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN HURT IN CYCLE ACCIDENT 
APPEALS COURT RULES $500,000 RESTITUTION EXCESSIVE IN DEATH-BY-VEHICLE 
MAN DIES AFTER CYCLE ACCIDENT 
PREACHER DIES IN MOTORCYCLE WRECK 
MOTORCYCLIST HURT IN AUTO COLLISION 
MOTORCYCLIST, 29, DIES IN WRECK NEAR CEMETERY 
POLICE LOG/BURGLAR BATTERS SLEEPING WOMAN WITH BRICK 

ACCIDENTS, NUCLEAR 

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

ACCIDENTS, PARACHUTES 

SEE ALSO PARATROOPERS _ 

AIR TURBULENCE BLAMED FOR AIRPLANE VEERING INTO SOLDIERS' PARACHUTES 

ACCIDENTS, PEDESTRIAN 

SEE ALSO PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC 



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S 


2 2/15/1989 C 


4 


U 


s 


2 2/16/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 2/27/1989 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 4/22/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 4/23/1989 B 


4 


N A54 


H 


2 V23/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/24/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 7/04/1989 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 7/06/1989 A 


1 


N H90 


H 


2 7/26/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 7/29/1989 B 


6 





s 


2 11/13/1989 A 


3 


N 



H 2 8/18/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 3/25/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 11/25/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 12/11/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 4/23/1989 B 4 N A54 



H 2 3/19/1989 B 1 N 

S 2 6/29/1989 C 1 N B53 

S 2 6/29/1989 C 1 N T77 

CHH 1 7/01/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 8/09/1989 A 1 P P L38 



CHH 1 


4/06/1989 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


4/09/1989 B 


1 


N S82 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


5/31/1989 D 


10 


N 


H 2 


6/04/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 2 


6/19/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 2 


8/21/1989 A 


13 


N M51 



H 2 1/04/1989 B 6 N 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX B 
12/31/1989 



3 ARRESTED IN FATAL HIT-AND-RUN 

PEDESTRIAN CRITICALLY INJURED 

HIT-RUN VICTIM IN IMPROVED CONDITION 

TRUCK KILLS PEDESTRIAN 

INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER CHARGED IN PEDESTRIAN DEATH 

WOMAN, 61, HIT BY TRUCK ON SIDEWALK 

WOMAN DIES AFTER BEING HIT BY TRUCK 

POLICE LOG/VAN STRIKES 2 PEDESTRIANS 

NO CHARGES FILED AFTER PEDESTRIAN STRUCK, KILLED 

ACCIDENTS, SCHOOL BUSES 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. BUSES 
SEE ALSO SCHOOL BUSES 

AGING SCHOOL BUSES IN STATE'S FLEET ON WAY OUT 

AGING SCHOOL BUSES IN STATE'S FLEET ON WAY OUT 

REPLACING PRE-1977 SCHOOL BUSES WOULD TAKE TIME, MONEY 

SYSTEM'S PRE-1977 BUSES CUT DOWN TO 7 

SAFETY BEGINS OFF THE BUS 

BUS WRECK 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED IN ARMED ROBBERY OF FAST FARE 

ACCIDENTS, SHIPS 

CREW OF SINKING TRAWLER RESCUED 

GARNER MAN RECALLS KOREAN WAR DAYS ON IOWA 

STUDY TRAGEDY FIRST 

ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 

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

ACCIDENTS, SPORTS 
SEE SPORTS, INJURIES 

ACCIDENTS, SWIMMING POOLS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SWIMMING POOLS 
OBEY SWIMMING POOL RULES 

ACCIDENTS, TRACTOR 

BINGHAM MAN HURT IN TRACTOR ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENTS, TRACTOR-TRAILER 
SEE ACCIDENTS, TRUCKS 

ACCIDENTS, TRAINS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 
SEE ALSO RAILROAD CROSSINGS 

DEATH ON TAR HEEL TRACKS 

MAN STRUCK, KILLED BY TRAIN 

TRAIN DEMOLISHES TRUCK IN MEBAte 

ONE DEAD IN 2ND TRAIN ACCIDENT IN 2 DAYS 

OFFICIAL TOUTS RAILROAD SAFETY PROGRAM 

ACCIDENTS, TRUCKS 

SEE ALSO TRUCKING INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS 

RUNAWAY TRUCK 'STARTS ITSELF,' PLOWS INTO STORE 

COCA-COLA COLLISION 

OOPS! 

TERRY SCOTT PRICE, IN TRUCK CRASH 

TRUCKS WRECK 

TRUCK TUMBLES DOWN BANK OF 1-85 

CRASH 

RUNAWAY DUMP TRUCK 

HIT-AND-RUN RIG DESTROYS VW 

IMPASSE 



SUBJECTS 




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H 2 2/09/1989 C 
H 2 3/04/1989 C 
H 2 3/05/1989 B 
H 2 8/16/1989 C 
H 2 8/18/1989 C 
CHH 1 11/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 
H 2 11/21/1989 B 
S 2 12/18/1989 A 


1 
3 
9 
1 
3 
3 
3 
1 
3 


N 
N 
N 

N M51 
N 
N 

N M70 
N M51 
N 


H 2 3/30/1989 A 
H 2 3/30/1989 A 
H 2 3/31/1989 C 
CHH 1 4/01/1989 A 
S 2 5/12/1989 A 
S 2 9/21/1989 C 
H 2 9/25/1989 B 


1 N A54 
1 N H60 
1 N A54 

3 N L90 

4 E 

1 P P S76 

5 N M51 


H 
H 
S 


2 1/13/1989 B 
2 4/21/1989 A 
2 4/24/1989 A 


3 P N 

2 N H60 

4 E 



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



S 2 6/02/1989 A 4 E 
CHH 1 6/11/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 


8/29/1989 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 


8/29/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


11/03/1989 A 


1 P N U57 


CHH 1 


11/04/1989 A 


1 P N U57 


CHH 1 


11/10/1989 A 


3 N U57 


S 2 


1/10/1989 A 


3 N B53 


CHH 1 


2/18/1989 A 


3 P P L38 


H 2 


3/05/1989 B 


1 P P C45 


H 2 


3/10/1989 C 


10 


H 2 


3/28/1989 C 


6 P P M66 


H 2 


4/14/1989 C 


3 N 


S 2 


4/14/1989 A 


1 P P K30 


CHH 1 


4/18/1989 A 


1 P P L38 


H 2 


4/23/1989 B 


1 N 


S 2 


4/24/1989 A 


6 P P T37 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



N.Y. HAN CHARGED WITH 1-85 HIT-AND-RUN 

TRACTOR-TRAILER, CAR COLLIDE 

TRUCK DRIVER INJURED IN HILLSBOROUGH 1-40 WRECK 

CRUNCH _ 

ORANGE- JUICE TRAILER OVERTURNS, PUTTING SQUEEZE ON 1-85 TRAFFIC 

ACCIDENT PEELS OPEN ORANGE JUICE TRUCK 

SURVIVORS OF A BIG CRUNCH 

CITY TANKER CARRYING TREATED SEWAGE OVERTURNS 

SEWAGE TRUCK OVERTURNS 

TRAFFIC SQUEEZE 

DUMP TRUCK HITS CAR 

TRUCK TUMBLES 

CONCRETE TRUCK URECK 

POLICE LOG/TRIO ATTACKS WOMAN WITH BASEBALL BAT, TAKES *60 

HEART ATTACK ON 1-85 

TRUCKER DEAD AFTER BIZARRE ACCIDENT 

TOW TRUCK OPERATOR FINDS SON DURHAM URECK VICTIM 

POLICE CHARGE HAN IN FATAL FREEWAY CRASH 

FUEL SPILLS IN COLLISION 

TRUCK URECK 

TRUCK CRASH KILLS 1, CLOGS 1-85 

STILL SMOLDERING 

TRUCK DRIVER DIES IN FIERY 1-85 WRECK 

PICKUPS COLLIDE ON U.S. 70; MAN SAVED BEFORE TRUCKS BURN 

MAN WHO WAS HURT IN TRUCK COLLISION IN STABLE CONDITION 

POLICE LOG/TRAILER SNAPS, CAUSES CAR, PICKUP WRECK 

TRAILER ACCIDENT INJURES 2 

CONCRETE TRUCK FAILS CURVE 

DRIVER WALKED AWAY 

TRAIN DEMOLISHES TRUCK IN HEBANE 

ONE DEAD IN 2ND TRAIN ACCIDENT IN 2 DAYS 

WOMAN DIES AFTER BEING HIT BY TRUCK 

DIESEL FUEL SPILL STOPPED FROM REACHING TAR RIVER 

EMERGENCY WORKERS TRY TO CONTAIN ORANGE SPILL 

TANKER SPILLS 6,000 GAL. ASPHALT 

NEITHER RAIN, NOR SNOW... BUT LOW BRIDGES... 

POLICE LOG/P.D. QUIX STORE HELD UP BY 2 MEN 

ACCOUNTANTS 

SEE CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

ACCURACY IN MEDIA INC. (AIM) 
SEE ALSO JOURNALISTIC ETHICS 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION 
CORPORATE GADFLY PUTS ON 'COMEDY' 

ACID RAIN 

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

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

•THRESHOLD' TO ADDRESS ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES 

N.C. HERITAGE RIDES ON CLEAR AIR ACT 

ACKLAND ART CENTER 

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

ACOUSTIC BRAIN RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO BRAIN RESEARCH 
FIRM USES SOUNDS TO PROBE BRAIN 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 
SEE ALSO AH (AZIDOTHYMINE) 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, AIDS 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, AIDS RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL AIDS HOTLINE 
SEE ALSO RETROVIR 

SEE ALSO SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES 
SEE ALSO WORLD AIDS DAY 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 

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



4/26/1989 B 
5/05/1989 A 
5/05/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/25/1989 
5/26/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/19/1989 
6/20/1989 B 
6/21/1989 C 
6/29/1989 C 
7/24/1989 C 
7/25/1989 B 
8/18/1989 C 
8/24/1989 
8/24/1989 
8/28/1989 
8/28/1989 
8/29/1989 
9/01/1989 
9/08/1989 
9/08/1989 
9/09/1989 
9/21/1989 
9/22/1989 B 
10/23/1989 B 
10/23/1989 A 
10/24/1989 
10/26/1989 
11/03/1989 
11/04/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/09/1989 
12/02/1989 
12/03/1989 
12/04/1989 



12/17/1989 B 



1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
8 
1 
1 
1 
1 
8 
12 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



N B53 
P L38 
N H90 
P M66 
NB53 
P S76 
P S76 
N B53 
PS76 
P L38 
P T32 
P S76 
P S76 
N N36 
P L3B 
N H90 
N M51 
N 



M66 
B53 
S76 
R63 
N B53 
N 

N M51 
N 

P T37 
P T37 
N W57 
N W57 
N M70 
N T33 
N E33 
N M70 
P T32 
N M51 



H 2 5/03/1989 C 1 P N N36 



H 2 6/14/1989 A 1 P N K65 
CHH 1 10/27/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 11/16/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 7/19/1989 A 1 D N T77 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/198? 



UNC STUDENTS WIN CONTEST ABOUT AIDS 

HUDSON'S GIGOLO REWARDED 

ftlDS ACTIVISTS ARRESTED IN RTP 

DRUG COMPANY NO BULLY 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME TO DROP CHARGES AGAINST AIDS ACTIVISTS 

N £!£ Y 19 SAJN SYMPATHY, SOME AIDS VICTIMS HURT CAUSE... 

HELMS ADS USE FEAR FOR POLITICAL GOALS 

GROUPS URGE BURROUGHS WELLCOME TO CUT PRICE OF AZT 

IS BURROUGHS WELLCOME'S AIDS DRUG OVERPRICED OR A BARGAIN? 

AIDS POSTER DISPLAY 

GROUPS PRESS DRUG COMPANY TO CUT PRICE OF AIDS MEDICINE 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME, AZT PROFITS UNDER FIRE 

STUDY PATIENTS COURAGEOUS 

AZT COST REDUCED BY 20X 

SLURS ON AZT PRICE CUT UNDESERVED— NOBELIST 

HOPE'S ONLY MESSENGER 

AZT-MAKER DESERVES PRAISE, NOT CRITICISM 

AIDS DRUG TO BE MADE AS SYRUP 

AIDS VICTIM TO SPEAK AT UNC FRIDAY 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, BLACKS 

AIDS EDUCATION EFFORT TARGETS AT-RISK YOUNG BLACK WOMEN 
MINORITIES AND AIDS 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, COSTS 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, COSTS 
STATE SHOULD PROVIDE MORE FUNDS FOR AIDS 
RTP SCIENTIST: CONSUMERS TO PAY RISING AIDS COSTS 
HITCHINGSt OTHERS WEIGH COSTS Of AIDS, DRUG ABUSE. SICKLE CELL 
SPEAKER; PROFIT FROM AIDS SHOULD HELP FIGHT DISEASE 
COST OF AIDS CARE RISING DRAMATICALLY 
AIDS PATIENTS' HOUSING NEEDS FELT IN CHAPEL HILL 
PUBLIC HOSPITALS FACING A FINANCIAL DISASTER 
AMERICANS' BILL FOR AZ T COULD SURPASS $2 BILLION 
AZT MAY BE COST-EFFECTIVE 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, DURHAM CASES 
SEE ALSO AIDS COMMUNITY RESIDENCE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO AIDS SERVICES PROJECT 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, AIDS RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO DURHAM AIDS NETWORK 

DRIVE SET TO GET HOME FOR CHILDREN WITH AIDS 

FORUM HELPS PUBLIC FIGHT AIDS 

^Tf£TS I ?, 1 U T ^ B '^9y GHS "EU-CQHE IN PROTEST OVER COST OF AIDS DRUG 

LINKING THREE NEWS ITEMS 

DUKE PHYSICIAN TO DISCUSS MYTHS, MISCONCEPTIONS SURROUNDING AIDS 

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

COUNTY HAS 8 NEW AIDS CASES 

EIGHT NEW AIDS CASES REPORTED FOR COUNTY 

AIDS EDUCATION HELPED BY *35,000 GRANT 

FEW GARDENS FESTIVAL AIMED AT FIGHT AGINST AIDS, DRUGS 

DUKE PLANS TO INSTALL 35 CONDOM DISPENSERS 

DUKE GETS *5 MILLION FOR AIDS RESEARCH 

COMMUNITY RALLY SET TO STOP AIDS 

EAST END GETS SERIOUS ABOUT SPREADING THE WORD ON AIDS 

DUKE OFFERS TRAINING FOR FOSTER PAPENTS OF CHILDREN WITH AIDS 

DURHAM TO GET AIDS EDUCATION PROGRAM 

CONTESTS, OTHER EVENTS TO PROMOTE AIDS AWARENESS 

DUKE'S PERKINS LIBRARY EXHIBIT TARGETS AIDS AWARENESS MONTH 

NETWORK EDUCATING TEENS ABOUT AIDS 

GIANT 'CONDOM' TO PUSH AIDS EDUCATION 

DURHAM COUNTY GROUNDS CONDOM-SHAPED BALLOON 

HOSPITAL AIDS THREAT SPURS HIRING OF EXPERT 

CONSULTANT TO STUDY DISEASES IN HOSPITAL 

POLICE LOG/SPITTING ON OFFICER CALLED DEADLY WEAPON 

DURHAM HEALTH DEPT. TO OFFER KITS FOR STERILIZING NEEDLES 

HEALTH OFFICE WANTS DRUG USERS TO BLEACH NEEDLES CLEAN 

ACQUIRED IM«UNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, EDUCATION 
SEE HEALTH EDUCATION 



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1/26/1989 
2/20/1989 
4/25/1989 
5/01/1989 
5/04/1989 
6/17/1989 
8/29/1989 
8/31/1989 
9/02/1989 
9/05/1989 
9/06/1989 
9/16/1989 
9/18/1989 
9/19/1989 
9/20/1989 
9/21/1989 
9/21/1989 
10/05/1989 
11/28/1989 



1 7/15/1989 A 
1 7/15/1989 A 



1/04/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
4/11/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/14/1989 
8/21/1989 
8/23/1989 



1/11/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/29/1989 
4/29/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/17/1989 
7/20/1989 
7/20/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/15/1989 
9/20/1989 
9/21/1989 
9/24/1989 B 
9/27/1989 C 
10/06/1989 
10/14/1989 
10/17/1989 
10/27/1989 
10/28/1989 
11/13/1989 B 
11/13/1989 A 
12/03/1989 B 
12/08/1989 A 
12/08/1989 C 



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N 
E 

N B53 

E 

E 

N 
N 
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N 
N 
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L38 
K65 



K65 
N K65 
E 
E 

N C61 
N 



3 P N S17 
3 N S17 



1 

6 
1 
4 
3 
1 
2 
5 
1 
1 
1 

13 
16 
1 
6 
12 
4 
4 
6 
3 
1 
6 
7 
1 
1 
1 



E 

N M06 
N 

N C60 
N S17 
N S17 
E 
N 
E 



N C60 
F S27 
N C47 
E 

N D80 
N M06 
N M06 
N 

N C60 
N C60 
N K56 
H 
N 

N H65 
N D80 
N 

N C60 
N D80 
N S27 
N S27 
N S22 
N C60 
N 

N M51 
N C60 
N H65 



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SEE SEX EDUCATION 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, HEALTH PROFESSIONALS 
SEE ALSO EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE WORKERS 
SEE ALSO NURSES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, U.S. 

AIDS CAUSES DOCTORS, DENTISTS TO TIGHTEN INFECTION CONTROL 

HOSPITAL AIDS THREAT SPURS HIRING OF EXPERT 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, LEGAL ISSUES 
SEE ALSO DISEASE DISCRIMINATION 
TASK FORCE TO EXAMINE LEGAL ISSUES OF AIDS 
AIDS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL ADVANCES 
PANEL APPROVES AIDS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL 
AIDS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL ADVANCES 
HOUSE VOTES TO BAN AIDS DISCRIMINATION 
AIDS-BIAS BILL GUTTED 
BILL TO HELP AIDS VICTIMS FACES MORE AMENDMENTS 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, N.C. CASES 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, AIDS 
SEE ALSO N.C. AIDS SERVICE COALITION 
SEE ALSO N.C. AIDS TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, AIDS 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, AIDS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C -CHAPEL HILL, AIDS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, AIDS DEMENTIA CENTER 

STATE SHOULD PROVIDE MORE FUNDS FOR AIDS 

AIDS SPOKESMAN RIPS MARTIN BUDGET 

AIDS BILLS COULD SPARK GENERAL ASSEMBLY BATTLES 

PANEL APPROVES AIDS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL 

AIDS BILL AMENDED IN SENATE 

AIDS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL ADVANCES 

HOUSE VOTES TO BAN AIDS DISCRIMINATION 

AIDS-BIAS BILL GUTTED 

AIDS SURVEY RESULTS SUPPORT TESTING NEED, HEALTH OFFICIAL SAYS 

SENATE PANEL APPROVES RIGS MITH TRAILERS MEASURING 53 FEET 

HACKNEY KILLS AIDS-TESTING AMENDMENT 

HACKNEY BREAKS AIDS BILL TIE VOTE 

POLICE OFFICERS FEAR GETTING AIDS FROM THOSE ARRESTED 

BILL TO ALLOW DETENTION FOR TESTING FOR AIDS, HEPATITIS NEARS ENACTMENT 

AIDS BILL IS SENT BACK TO SUBCOMMITTEE 

AIDS BILL SUPPORTERS STRUGGLE TO SALVAGE LEGISLATION 

MINISTERS TOLD! JOIN FIGHT AGAINST AIDS 

COMMITTEE COMPROMISES ON AIDS BILL 

A DE FACTO DEATH SENTENCE? 

NEW MISSION IMPOSSIBLE? PANEL TO REVIEW ABORTION LAW HAS TOUGH.,. 

PANEL REJECTS AMENDMENT TO WEAKEN AIDS VICTIMS BILL 

AIDS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL FACES MORE OPPOSITION 

AIDS DISCRIMINATION BILL HEADING FOR DEBATE IN N.C. HOUSE 

HOUSE SUPPORTERS OF AIDS BILL FEND OFF TWO AMENDMENTS 

HOUSE APPROVES ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL FOR AIDS VICTIMS 

HOTLINE GIVES HELP TO CALLERS WORRIED ABOUT AIDS 

ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAW FOR AIDS VICTIMS ENACTED 

HOUSE WISELY SPURNS AIDS-BILL REVISIONS 

COST OF AIDS CARE RISING DRAMATICALLY 

AIDS PATIENTS' HOUSING NEEDS FELT IN CHAPEL HILL 

AIDS CAUSES DOCTORS, DENTISTS TO TIGHTEN INFECTION CONTROL 

DISPLAY CHRONICLES AIDS ERA POSTERS 

DUKE, UNC MEDICAL SCHOOLS TO TEST NEW AIDS DRUG 

CONFIRMED AIDS CASES REACH 1,000 IN STATE 

NETWORK EDUCATING TEENS ABOUT AIDS 

TESTING FOR AIDS SHOULD REMAIN PRIVATE 

'IM'M LUCKY'/AIDS DAY PANELIST-FAMILY SUPPORT MAKES HIM AN EXCEPTION 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, AIDS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY AIDS TASK FORCE 
OFFICIALS TO CONSIDER HOW TO MEET HOUSING NEEDS OF AIDS PATIENTS 



H 
H 


2 8/08/1989 C 
2 11/13/1989 B 


1 
6 


N 
N C60 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 5/01/1989 A 
2 5/04/1989 B 
2 5/06/1989 B 
2 5/11/1989 B 
2 5/12/1989 A 
2 5/13/1989 A 
2 7/15/1989 A 


1 PN S82 
5 N 

2 N 

5 N 
10 N 

4 E 

6 N 



S 2 

CHH 1 



H 
H 
CHH 

H 
H 
H 



CHH 1 



H 

CHH 

CHH 

S 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

S 

S 

CHH 



1/04/1989 A 
1/20/1989 A 
3/12/1989 B 
5/06/1989 B 

5/10/1989 A 
5/11/1989 B 
5/12/1989 A 
5/13/1989 A 
5/24/1989 A 
6/22/1989 B 
6/22/1989 A 
6/23/1989 A 
6/26/1989 A 
6/27/1989 A 
6/29/1989 B 
6/29/1989 A 
7/01/1989 
7/07/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/14/1989 
7/14/1989 
7/21/1989 
7/24/1989 B 
7/26/1989 A 
7/27/1989 B 
7/29/1989 C 
7/29/1989 
7/31/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/08/1989 
8/25/1989 
8/31/1989 
9/20/1989 
10/17/1989 
11/13/1989 
12/02/1989 



E 

N S17 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N L90 
P N 
P N S17 

N M20 

J Oil 

N 

N 

N S17 

N C60 

N S17 

E 

E 

N 

N 
P N 

N 

N 
P N K65 

N 

E 
PN S17 

N S17 

N 

N 

N C60 

N 
P N S27 

E 
PN 



CHH 1 4/17/1989 A 1 N S17 



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COUNTY XINS AIDS SERVICES PLACING EFFORT 

COPING WITH PATIENTS' FEARS 

AIDS EDUCATION EFFORT TARGETS AT-fllSK YOUNG BLACK WOMEN 

COST OF AIDS CARE RISING DRAMATICALLY 

AIDS PATIENTS' HOUSING NEEDS FELT IN CHAPEL HILL 

TAYLOR STREET RESIDENTS TO FIGHT AIDS HOUSE 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, RESEARCH 

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

RTI TO CONDUCT AIDS SURVEY IN DALLAS 

CORRECTIONS 

AIDS VIRUS SHOWN TO RESIST AZTj TEST OF BURROUGHS WELLCOME DRUG,., 

SENATE FAILS TO EXTEND AZT PROGRAM 

U.S. SCIENTISTS CLAIM IMPROVED DRUG FOR AIDS 

AIDS EXPERT TO SPEAK AT ROUND TABLE ON SCIENCE 

SPEAKER: PROFIT FROM AIDS SHOULD HELP FIGHT DISEASE 

AIDS EXPERT TO SPEAK MONDAY 

EXTRA GENES IN AIDS VIRUS PUZZLE SCIENTISTS 

STUDY SUGGESTS MOST HILL ASSIST AIDS SURVEY 

AIDS SURVEY RESULTS SUPPORT TESTING NEED, HEALTH OFFICIAL SAYS 

DUKE PROFJ SALK REPORT IMPORTANT, NOT SOLUTION 

POTENTIAL SEEN FOR AIDS CURE 

DRUG ACT FOUND TO SLOW DISEASE IN NEW PATIENTS 

AZT IS FOUND TO DELAY AIDS IN VIRUS CARRIERS 

BURROUGHS UELLCOME CO. STOCK SOARS ON SUCCESS 

DUKE, UNC MEDICAL SCHOOLS TO TEST NEW AIDS DRUG 

DUKE GETS $5 MILLION FOR AIDS RESEARCH 

DUKE SCIENTISTS FIND GENE THAT MAY BE ANTI-AIDS WEAPON 

•THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN'/QUIRKY AIDS VIRUS KEEPS CHANGING FORM 

DR. HITCHINGS: NO SHORTCUT TO AIDS VACCINE 

STUDY TO CONSIDER EFFECT OF AIDS ON NREVOUS SYSTEM 

AIDS, RESEARCH HELPS BOOST RTI'S RECORD *88.3 MILLION SALES 

UNTIL CURE FOUND, AIDS PATIENTS BIGGEST NEED IS HOPE— DOCTOR 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, SCREENING TESTS 
SEE ALSO BLOOD TESTS 
SEE ALSO HEALTH SCREENING PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO URINALYSIS 

AIDS TESTING GROWS AT UNC 

RISKS AND BENEFITS OF AIDS TEST MUST BE WEIGHED 

AIDS SURVEY RESULTS SUPPORT TESTING NEED, HEALTH OFFICIAL SAYS 

COMMITTEE VOTES TO TEST PRISON INMATES FOR AIDS 

COPING WITH PATIENTS' FEARS 

HACKNEY KILLS AIDS-TESTING AMENDMENT 

BILL TO ALLOW DETENTION FOR TESTING FOR AIDS, HEPATITIS NEARS ENACTMENT 

COMMITTEE COMPROMISES ON AIDS BILL 

STAINING METHOD ALSO OFFERS CLUE TO AIDS PRESENCE 

MORE AIDS TESTING NEEDED 

EXPERTS URGE KEEPING ANONYMOUS AIDS TESTS 

KEEP HIV TESTING ANONYMOUS 

TESTING FOR AIDS SHOULD REMAIN PRIVATE 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, U.S. CASES 
NEEDLING THE AIDS ISSUE 
HELMS DEFENDS AD SAYING PHOTOGRAPHER DIED OF AIDS 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, CHILDREN 
SEE CHILD ACTORS AND ACTRESSES 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, DURHAM 

AVID ABOUT ACTING; DURHAM NATIVE RETURNS TO FIRST LOVE 

THAT 'COUSIN' MAY BE SOMEONE YOU KNOW 

TEEN-AGER PLAYS TEEN-AGER 

ELEY LANDS TV ROLES, AIRING THIS WEEKEND 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, INTERNATIONAL 
ITALIAN ACTOR STARS IN 'MACBETH' 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, N.C. 



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CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



5/20/1989 
6/16/1989 
7/15/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/06/1989 
9/06/1989 



N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 



S 


2 


2/04/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


s 


2 


2/06/1989 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


3/15/1989 A 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 


3/18/1989 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/22/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/04/1989 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


4/11/1989 C 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


4/18/1989 B 


1 P N C60 


H 


2 


4/26/1989 A 


9 


N K65 


CHH 1 


5/24/1989 A 


3 


N L90 


S 


2 


6/09/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/14/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


8/04/1989 A 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


8/18/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/19/1989 A 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


8/31/1989 A 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


9/15/1989 A 


13 PN 


H 


2 10/19/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/21/1989 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 10/22/1989 D 


9 


N 


CHH 1 


11/13/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 11/16/1989 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 12/02/1989 C 


1 


N N36 



CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


1 N L90 


S 2 


3/01/1989 C 


3 U 


CHH 1 


5/24/1989 A 


3 N L90 


H 2 


5/26/1989 A 


11 N 


CHH 1 


6/16/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


6/22/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


H 2 


6/27/1989 A 


12 N 


CHH 1 


7/07/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


8/10/1989 A 


7 N 


H 2 


8/23/1989 A 


5 J 


CHH 1 


10/27/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


10/29/1989 A 


4 E 


S 2 11/13/1989 A 


4 E 



H 2 3/23/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 8/24/1989 B 12 N 



S 2 2/16/1989 D 1 P F B71 

H 2 2/27/1989 A 6 U W66 

S 2 3/30/1989 D 3 P F B71 

S 2 5/11/1989 D 6 P N 



S 2 6/22/1989 D 3 P F 



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•AREN'T YOU HARLAN TUCKER?' 
'UASTEFALL'S' WEEKEND WONDER (CORRECTED) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, ACTORS AND ACTRESSES 
SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 
ARTIST ASCENDING/MICHAEL CUMPSTY IS BROADWAY-BOUND 

THE ACTOR'S NIGHTMARE (PLAY) 

ONE-ACTS HARK THEATRE GUILD'S RECOVERY (CORRECTION PRINTED 6-27-89) 
KUDOS FOR HER 

ACYCLOVIR 

BURROUGHS-WELLCOME DRUG FOUND TO HALT OR REDUCE HERPES 
ZOVIRAX EFFECTIVE IN EARLY TREATMENT OF SHINGLES 

ADAM AND EVE (BUSINESS) 

FEDS WON'T PRESS ADAM & EVE CASE 

AHARON GROUP INC. 

SEE ALSO HEADQUARTERS PARK 
AHARON TAKES OUT MORTGAGE 
SPOOKY, ISN'T IT? 

FOUNDING PARTNER STROM LEAVES ADARON 
AVONDALE PLAZA GETS $6-MILLI0N EXPANSION 
ADARON, GLAXO SET TO CLOSE AMERICAN PROPERTY DEAL 
DURHAM OKS GLAXO LAND PURCHASE 
GLAXO SALE GIVES IMPETUS TO AHARON'S DURHAM PLANS 
GLAXO CONSTRUCTION SLATED TO BEGIN NEAR END OF YEAR 
AMERICAN TOBACCO PROJECT ON AGENDA 

ABRAMJ AMERICAN NEEDS «17.B MILLION 

ABRAM'S AMERICAN NEWSLETTER SEEKS SUPPORT OF PUBLIC 
UEAST PUSHES CENTER FOR DURHAM 5TH-GRADERS 

ADDICTION 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO JOGGING 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, HEALTH EFFECTS 
CO-DEPENDENCY SEMINARS SET 

ADMARK GROUP 

STRAWBRIDGE OUT TO RAISE $50,000 IN MAYORAL RACE 

ADOLESCENCE 

SEE ALSO CRUISING 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, YOUTH 

SEE ALSO ENJOYING YOUR TEENS (CHAPEL HILL HERALD COLUMN) 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE COURTS 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 

SEE ALSO RECREATION, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO TEEN CENTER 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CENTER FOR EARLY ADOLESCENCE 
CRUISIN' THE HILLSBOROUGH CIRCUIT CHH 1 

TEENS TO HEAR ADVICE ON COPING WITH PROBLEMS H 2 

PARENTS SHOULD TAKE CONTROL OVER LICENSES S 2 

PROGRAM HELPS PARENTS OF ADOLESCENTS S 2 

WHAT CAN TEENS DO IN THE SUMMER? S 2 

SHERIFF HOLDING TEEN FORUM S 2 

OFFICIALS CITE NEED FOR MORE TEEN SHELTERS S 2 

FEELING GOOD FOR HELPING OUT WAS SUMMER'S WAGES/TUESDAY TALK H 2 

DOUBLE WHAMMY OF DOUBLE STANDARDS CHH 1 

PARENTS, TEENS WORK AT "BRIDGING THE GAP" CHH 1 

THE REBELLION BEGINS CHH 1 

HEADING OFF TEEN PROBLEMS H 2 

TEENS COPE WITH TURMOIL, BUT MAY NEED HELP IF WAYS OUT OF HAND S 2 



CHH 1 9/02/1989 A 3 P N H90 
H 2 12/28/1989 A 6 P N S56 
H 2 12/31/1989 A 2 N 



H 2 11/19/1989 E 1 P F W15 



H 2 6/22/1989 B 
S 2 6/22/1989 D 



H 2 1/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/22/1989 A 



1 P R M31 
5 R B77 



2 N 
6 U 



CHH 1 5/04/1989 A 3 N H90 



s 


2 


1/03/1989 A 


1 N 


s 


2 


3/04/1989 C 


1 PP T32 


H 


2 


3/11/1989 C 


1 N N36 


S 


2 


3/20/1989 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


5/27/1989 B 


5 N 


S 


2 


6/09/1989 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


6/21/1989 A 


1 N R63 


S 


2 


6/21/1989 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 


8/11/1989 A 


1 N H65 


S 


2 


8/28/1989 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


8/29/1989 C 


1 N R63 


H 


2 10/18/1989 A 


1 P N C47 



H 2 6/05/1989 B 1 N Bll 
H 2 10/05/1989 C 1 N R63 



2/06/1989 A 
2/15/1989 B 
2/22/1989 A 
4/06/1989 
6/20/1989 
7/14/1989 
7/20/1989 
8/29/1989 
10/31/1989 
11/05/1989 
11/13/1989 
12/20/1989 
12/29/1989 



N H90 

N 

E 

F S27 

N A76 

N 

N H65 

U W15 

E 

ND38 

N 

E 

N 



ADOLESCENCE, ALCOHOLISM 



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SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, ALCOHOL USE 
WHEN DOES A TEEN'S MISCHIEF EVOLVE INTO PATHOLOGIC DRINKING? 
WHAT ABOUT TEENS WHO'VE ALREADY SAID 'YES' TO DRUGS? 
SURVEY PROMPTS CALL FOR N.C. PUPILS' DRUG EDUCATION 
10 0W3ANIZATI0NS JOIN FORCES TO FIGHT ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AMONG TEENS 
STATE PREACHING STRONG MESSAGE ON GATEWAY SUBSTANCES 
SURVEY OF STUDENTS' DRUG USE REVIEWED 

ADOLESCENCE, DRUG ABUSE 
SEE CHILDREN, DRUGS 

ADOLESCENCE, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 
GROUP HOME FOR TROUBLED YOUTHS EYED 

ADOLESCENCE, PREGNANCY 
SEE PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 

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

BILL WOULD OUTLAW SEX WITH MINORS 

HOUSE COMMITTEE APPROVES BILL REQUIRING SCHOOLS TO PROMOTE ABSTINENCE.. 

HOUSE APPROVES ABSTINENCE LESSONS FOR SCHOOLS uncnuc.. 

ADOLESCENCE, SMOKING 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 
•NO BIG DEAL'/TEENS BUY CIGARETTES; ADULTS SELL THEM-DESPITE THE LAW 
N.C. TEENS SMOKE, CHEW REGARDLESS OF HAZARDS 
PEER PRESSURE MAY START IT; ADDICTION WON'T LET IT STOP 

ADOLESCENCE, SUICIDES 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, SUICIDES 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES, N.C. 
COUNSELORS ON STANDBY IN WAKE OF SUICIDE 

ADOLESCENT CAREUNIT 

SEE ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL, ADOLESCENT CARE UNIT 

ADOPT-A-COP 

ADOPT-A-COP PROGRAM BEGINS 

'ADOPTED' OFFICERS HOPE FOR RAPPORT WITH YOUNGSTERS 

ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO HIGHWAYS N.C 

CLE^UP^IJUI^^GHWAYS 07 ' '"*" * " 1GmV "**** 6IUING ( ^'" 

CLEANING UP REQUIRES YEAR-ROUND ATTENTION 

LET'S TRASH THE LITTERERS 

COUNTY EMPLOYEES LEAVE STRETCH OF HIGHWAY CLEANER 

N.C. LEADS NATION IN HIGHWAY ADOPTION 

KKK SHOULD CLEAN UP FIRST 

BAND WON'T GET HIGHWAY CLEANUP SIGN 

HUMAN RIGHTS, NOT POLITICS, KEY ISSUE 

ADOPT-A-f ARK PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO PARKS, N.C. 
GRANT TO EXPAND ADOPT-A-PARK PROGRAM 

ADOPT-A-SCHOOL PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS 
SEE ALSO PARTNERSHIPS IN EDUCATION PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS N C 
PERSON COUNTY PARTNERS IN EDUCATION ADOPT PROGRAM, SEEK $50,000 BUDGET 

ADOPTION 



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CHH 1 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



2/10/1989 

6/12/1989 

12/06/1989 

12/07/1989 C 

12/10/1989 D 



CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 



U 

N H65 
N L40 
N C61 
U 140 
N C62 



S 2 9/28/1989 C 1 N H65 



H 
H 
H 



4/08/1989 
5/17/1989 



6/24/1989 A 



CHH 1 10/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/29/1989 A 



11 N 

8 N 

11 N 



1 P N 
1 N 
1 N 



CHH 1 6/09/1989 A 3 N M25 



H 2 2/28/1989 C 


3 P P T37 


S 2 2/28/1989 C 


1 P N B53 


CHH 1 4/02/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


H 2 4/18/1989 A 


4 E 


S 2 4/18/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 5/13/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 7/10/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 9/22/1989 A 


3 N 


S 2 9/29/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 10/13/1989 A 


6 N 038 


S 2 10/17/1989 A 


4 E 



H 1 6/13/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 1 5/03/1989 C 1 N T33 



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SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO FOSTER CARE 

SEE ALSO FOSTER PARENTS 

SEE ALSO FRIENDS OF BLACK CHILDREN 
PANEL RECOMMENDS REGISTRY FOR ADOPTED CHILDREN 
BUNDLES OF XY FROM FOREIGN LANDS 
COUNTY SEEKS FAMILIES TO ADOPT BLACK YOUTHS 
GROUP WORKS FOR ADOPTION OF BLACK CHILDREN 

ADULT DAYCARE 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS, DAY CARE 
SEE ALSO SHARON'S WAY ADULT DAY CARE CENTER 
GROUP HOPING TO PROVIDE HOME FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 
ADULT DAY-CARE CENTER NOW CLOSER TO REALITY, GROUP SAYS 

ADULT EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. OFFICE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO EDUCATION RELEASE 

SEE ALSO PROJECT LIFT 

DURHAM CITY COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM (AD) 

HOU LONG WILL ADULT LITERACY PROGRAMS BE IN VOGUE? 

STARTING ANOTHER ADVENTURE 

DURHAM RELEASE PLAN TEACHES LETTERS OF THE LAW 

DEFENDANT SENTENCED TO LITERACY 

THE ADVENTURES OF BARON MUNCHAUSEN (FILM) 
'BARON MUNCHAUSEN' IS IHAGINITIVE GEM 
BIG GAFFES, FEU LAUGHS/'BARON MUNCHAUSEN' 

ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO BILLBOARDS 

SEE ALSO DRUG ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO JUNK MAIL 

SEE ALSO LEGAL ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ADVERTISING 

NEW ADS SEEK TO CURB DRUNKEN DRIVING 

MAGAZINE AD TOUTS NCCU, SEEKS FUNDS FOR PROGRAMS 

NCCU ARTICLE PUZZLING 

ARTICLE UNFAIR TO NCCU 

SOME ADS ARE TOO SUBTLE 

TROLLEYS TO DISPLAY PAID ADVERTISING 

ADVERTISING FRAUD 
SEE FRAUD 

ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHY 
THE DURHAM SUN: A SHINING CENTURY 

AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

SEE DURHAM COMMITTEE ON THE AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO EQUAL E)W.OYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO JOB DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO JOB SCREENING 

SEE ALSO MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PROGRAMS 

COMMON SENSE ON QUOTAS 

ROYALL'S OPPOSITION STALLS ANTI-BIAS BILL 

THE FLIP SIDE OF ANTI-BIAS 

CHATHAM HEARS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION REPORT 

FINDINGS NOT SURPRISING, BOARD CHAIRMAN SAYS 



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S 2 1/09/1989 A 5 J Oil 

H 2 2/03/1989 A 8 P N Zll 

S 2 9/19/1989 C 1 N H65 

CHH 1 11/24/1989 A 3 N SI? 



CHH 1 3/19/1989 A 3 P N C62 
CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 1 N M25 



4/11/1989 B 

8/01/1989 A 

8/22/1989 A 

11/06/1989 A 

11/09/1989 A 



2 7/06/1989 D 
2 12/29/1989 D 



3D A 
5 J Oil 
4 E 
1 N S82 
4 E 



3PR F25 

19 P R L59 



H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
CHH 



2/14/1989 
7/08/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/17/1989 
11/07/1989 
12/05/1989 



P N 
P N S82 

L 

L 

E 

N 



S 2 4/19/1989 E 1 P F H09 



H 2 


4/15/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


6/28/1989 C 


1 


N L40 


H 2 


7/15/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


10/05/1989 A 


3 


N (125 


CHH 1 


10/05/1989 A 


3 


N M25 



AFGHANISTAN 



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DUKE TEACHER; AFGHANS* FUTURE PRECARIOUS 
PHOTOGRAPHS OF AFGHANISTAN WILL BE AT UNC 

AFRICA (SEE ALSO NAMES OF COUNTRIES) 
SEE ALSO GABON 

SEE ALSO KWANZAA (AFRICAN FESTIVAL) 
SEE ALSO MAPS, AFRICA 
SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 
ETHNIC PRIDE GROWS IN BLACK COMMUNITY 

AFRICAN-AMERICAN DANCE ENSEMBLE 
SEE ALSO AFRICAN DANCE 
SEE ^_S0 DANCE 

•EARTHY' STRAVINSKY SCORE INSPIRES AFRICAN 'FIREBIRD' 

HE'S GOT RHYTHM 

DANCE ENSEMBLE HAS AFRICAN GUEST 

FROM GULLEY TO GAMBIA 

HIS PERFORMANCE A SCORCHER 

•TASTE OF AFRICA' DANCE LITERAL WITH NATIVE FOOD 

'TASTE OF AFRICA' IS DELICIOUS 

INTO AFRICA 

AFRICAN-AMERICANS RING IN THE NEW/ 'HAPPY KUANZAA' 

AFRICAN (fn 

SEE ALSO AFRO-AMERICAN ART 
SEE (4.S0 tf?T 

'AFRICAN EYE' FEATURES MASKS AND SCULPTURE 

LOOKING ONLY AT COMPOSITION, FORM ROBS AFRICAN ART OF CULTURAL ROOTS 

AFRICAN DANCE 

SEE ALSO AFRICAN-AMERICAN DANCE ENSEMBLE 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
BEAT GOES ON 

AFRO-AMERICAN ART 

SEE ALSO AFRICAN ART 
SEE MJ50 ART 
EXHIBIT FOR A DEBUTANTE 

AGE DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO OLDER WORKER PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO SEX DISCRIMINATION 
RETIRING EMPLOYEES DESERVE PROTECTION 

AGE OF CONSENT, SEXUAL INTERCOURSE 
SEE ALSO LEGAL DRINKING AGE 
LEGISLATOR SAYS AGE OF CONSENT SHOULD BE RAISED TO M 

AGED 

SEE SENIOR CITIZENS 

AGENT WHITE 

TOUGH PESTICIDE RULES OFFER BETTER PROTECTION 

AGING 

SEE ALSO CENTENftfltttS 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING 

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

SEE ALSO MIDDLE AGE 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF AGING 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY DEPT. ON AGING 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS, ABUSE 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, PROGRAM ON AGING 

SEE ALSO VETERANS ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL, AGING PROGRAM 

DUKE RESEARCHES PROCESS OF AGING 

HOW TO PLAN A RETIREMENT HOME 

AMERICANS AGING TOGETHER 



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H 2 2/19/1989 B 5 N D80 
H 2 5/28/1989 E 8 N 



S 2 6/02/1989 B 1 P F G59 



2 4/27/1989 D 
2 7/07/1989 C 
2 8/28/1989 A 
2 9/01/1989 C 
2 9/21/1989 D 
2 10/01/1989 B 
2 10/02/1989 B 
2 12/02/1989 B 
2 12/29/1989 D 



F B71 
P S76 

U U66 
P K30 
F B71 
R L59 
R L34 
N Yll 
F B71 



S 2 1/12/1989 D 4 N 
H 2 2/03/1989 D 6 P R G68 



S 2 8/10/1989 D 2 P N 



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



S 2 4/22/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 5/06/1989 B 2 N 



S 2 1/03/1989 A 4 E 



S 

CHH 
S 



2/02/1989 C 
4/07/1989 A 
5/05/1989 A 



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OLDER CITIZENS MUST PLAN TO CONTROL LIVES, LAWYER SAYS 

COPING WITH THE HEAT: ADVICE TO HELP THE ELDERLY... 

FEMINISTS AND SENIOR CITIZENS 

CHANGING THE WAY OF AGING 

UNO ARE THE ELDERLY? 

TAKING CARE OF RELATIVES CAN EXACT A HEAVY TOLL 

HEALTH CARE COSTS TARNISH THE 'GOLDEN YEARS' 

THE LOSS OF A SPOUSE CREATES UNCERTAINTY, MIX OF EMOTIONS 

AGRICULTURAL FAIRS 
SEE COUNTY FAIRS 

AGRICULTURAL INVESTMENT FUND 

SOUL CITY PROJECT MAY ADD 1,300 JOBS 
A BLOOM IN SOUL CITY 

AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES CENTER 

NO TIME FOR ARROGANCE/PESTICIDE CONTAMINATION WATCHDOG SPALT SEES... 

AGRICULTURE 
SEE ALSO CROPS 
SEE ALSO FARMERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 
SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE 

HOLDING ITS OWN/SUNDAY FOCUS.' AGRICULTURE 

'ORGANIC APPROACH NOU A VIABLE OPTION 

STATE GROUP KEEPS CHECK ON 'ORGANICS' 

AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE 

SEE ALSO CHILD SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM DAY CARE COUNCIL 
STUDY J $3 BILLION YEARLY EFFORT FAILS TO HALT POVERTY 
SOCIAL SERVICES' SCHOOL FOR DAY-CARE OPERATORS HAS NINE STUDENTS 
PROGRAM HELPS MOTHERS BECOME DAY-CARE OPERATORS 

AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, HELICOPTER SERVICE 

SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, HELICOPTER SERVICE 

SPARE HELICOPTER AT NCMH THIS WEEK 

DUKE, N.C. MEMORIAL SEEK HIGHER MEDICARE PAY FOR HELICOPTER SERVICE 

MARTIN PROCLAIMS CAROLINA AIR CARE DAY 

AIR CONDITIONERS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, AIR CONDITIONING 
SEE ALSO FANS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, AIR CONDITIONING 
CITY EMPLOYEES TAKE HEAT 

AIR POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO ACID RAIN 

SEE ALSO CLEAN AIR ACT 

SEE ALSO INCINERATORS 

SEE ALSO INDOOR AIR POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO ODORS 

SEE ALSO POLLUTION 

STATEWIDE AUTO EXHAUST INSPECTIONS MAY BE AHEAD 

COMMITTEE AGREES ON MAJOR PROVISIONS ON GUBERNATORIAL VETO REFERENDUM... 

DURHAM COUGHS UP TONS OF TOXINS 

N.C. MAKES EPA'S TOP 10 POLLUTER LIST 

POLLUTION PROGRAMS REQUIRE ACTION SOON 

NATURE'S PURIFIERS OF OUR AIR 

DUKEi AIR POLLUTION HURTS REGION'S FORESTS 

EPA VISITS DURHAM SCHOOLS 

HEAT. HUMIDITY CAUSE UNHEALTHY OZONE BUILDUP 

DURHAM IN TOXIC PRESSURE COOKER/HEAT WAVE PARBOILS AREA IN RISKY MIX... 

UNC. EPA PLAN $28 MILLION CENTER TO STUDY AIR POLLUTION 

EPA: DURHAM HAS MODERATE DIRTY-AIR LEVEL 



N 
P 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 1 



— DATE- 

5/27/1989 
6/09/1989 
9/15/1989 
11/26/1989 
11/26/1989 
11/27/1989 
11/28/1989 
12/15/1989 



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CHH 1 8/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/06/1989 A 



CHH 1 5/04/1989 A 
S 2 5/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/15/1989 A 



N D38 
U 



S56 
S56 
S56 
SS6 



S 2 2/14/1989 A 1 M N M06 
H 2 2/17/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 8/22/1989 A 3 P N 



1 C N H90 
1 P N M25 
1 N M25 



H 1 1/24/1989 B 1 N L40 
H 2 3/17/1989 C 1 N A54 
S 2 9/13/1989 B 1 N H65 



3 N 
1 N M06 
3 N L90 



H 2 6/17/1989 C 5 N R63 



H 


2 


1/09/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/16/1989 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


2/19/1989 A 


1 C N C60 


H 


2 


3/23/1989 A 


1 C N 


S 


2 


3/27/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/01/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


4/18/1989 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 


5/03/1989 C 


12 N 


H 


2 


6/29/1989 C 


1 C N C60 


H 


2 


7/12/1989 A 


1 P N C60 


H 


2 


7/17/1989 B 


1 N K65 


S 


2 


7/27/1989 A 


1 N 



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CONGRESS FINALLY HEEDS CALL FOR CLEANER AIR 
POLLUTION, ACID RAIN THREATEN SOUTH'S FAVORITE FIR 

AIR POLLUTION STANDARDS 

SHWIE8 9LI°2££ EMISSIONS URGED; ADVOCACY GROUP UNVEILS RESULTS,.. 

POLLUTANTS MEASURED IN EPA'S TEST HOUSE 

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

BUSH PROPOSAL OFFERS HOPE FOR CLEANER AIR 

TRIANGLE SCIENTISTS WOULD BE KEY PLAYERS IN BUSH'S CLEAN-AIR PLAN 

DUKE PROF: AIR PLAN SHOWS MORE PROMISE 

CLOUDS HELP KEEP OZONE DOWN 

STATE'S TOP AIR POLLUTERS REDUCED EMISSIONS DURING... (CORRECTED 8-4-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

DURHAM CARS TO GET YEARLY EXHAUST TESTS 

AIR PRODUCTS (ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA) 

LAWSUIT DOESN'T SERVE PUBLIC INTEREST 

AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS CO. (UDI INDUSTRIAL PARK) 
OWASA GEARS UP FOR «4.6 MILLION PLANT PROJECT 
OWASA ADDS $200,000 TO PATENT SUIT COSTS 
OWASA RECEIVES WORD ON PROCESS 
OWASA UPS FUNDS TO COVER PATENT SUIT 
UTILITY GAINS PATENT/OWASA, PA. FIRM AT ODDS 

AIR QUALITY 

REGULATION OF TOXIC EMISSIONS URGED; ADVOCACY GROUP UNVEILS RESULTS... 

POLLUTION PROGRAMS REQUIRE ACTION SOON 

HEAT, HUMIDITY CAUSE UNHEALTHY OZONE BUILDUP 

UNC. EPA PLAN $28 MILLION CENTER TO STUDY AIR POLLUTION 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

AIR SHOWS 

OPEN HOUSE SLATED SUNDAY AT AIR BASE 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS 
SEE ALSO AIRPORTS, U.S. 
PILOTS HOLD KEY TO AIR FARES 
AIR TRAFFIC CHIEF LIKES EASE OF GETTING TO JOB 

AIR-CO INDUSTRIAL GASES 

AIRCO OPENS LIQUID HELIUM DISTRIBUTION CENTER 

AIRCRAFT SAFETY 

SEE AIRPLANES, SAFETY 

AIRLINE PILOTS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO PILOTS 
PILOTS HOLD KEY TO AIR FARES 

AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. AIRPLANES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN AIRLINES 
SEE ALSO EASTERN AIRLINES 
SEE ALSO UNITED AIRLINES 
PREPARE FOR HIGH-LEVEL TRAFFIC JAM 

AIRLINES, CANCELLATIONS 

AIRLINES USE OWN CRITERIA FOR CANCELING FLIGHTS 

AIRLINES, FARES 

PILOTS HOLD KEY TO AIR FARES 

RDU AIRLINE FARES IN '88 FIFTH HIGHEST OF 30 MAJOR HUBS 

AIRLINES SAY FARES REPORT IS MISLEADING 

BUSINESS TRAVEL HIKES RDU FARES 

AIRLINES, FOOD 
SEE ALSO FOOD 



S 2 10/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 



4 E 
10 P N 



2/28/1989 
4/17/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/22/1989 
7/13/1989 
8/03/1989 
8/04/1989 
11/11/1989 



N C60 
N K65 
N K65 
E 

N K65 
N 
N 

N C60 
N 
N 



CHH 1 3/08/1989 A 4 L 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/16/1989 A 
2/26/1989 A 
6/02/1989 A 
7/29/1989 A 
10/27/1989 A 



2/28/1989 A 
3/27/1989 A 
6/29/1989 C 
7/17/1989 B 
8/04/1989 A 



N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N M25 



C N C60 

E 
C N C60 

N K65 

N 



H 1 4/15/1989 C 1 P N H60 



H 2 3/14/1989 A 4 J 
H 2 4/08/1989 C 1 P N P41 



H 2 11/30/1989 C 



H 2 3/14/1989 A 4 J 



H 2 11/27/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 3/01/1989 C 1 N P41 



H 2 3/14/1989 A 4 J 

H 2 6/08/1989 A 12 N 

H 2 6/09/1989 A 13 N 

H 2 6/11/1989 B 1 N K65 



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MEALS ON THE FLY; N.C. NATIVE MARLENE MORRIS'S NEW COOKBOOK TAKES WING H 2 1/04/1989 B 1 P F S56 



AIRLINES, REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 
DON'T RE-REGULATE THE AIRLINES 

AIRLINES, SAFETY 

SEE AIRPLANES, SAFETY 

AIRLINES, SMOKING REGULATIONS 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 
SMOKE-FREE FLIGHTS GOOD COMMON SENSE 

AIRPLAIES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO AIRLINES 
SEE ALSO PILOTS 
SEE ALSO PRIVATE AIRPLANES 
SEE ALSO RADIO-CONTROLLED AIRPLANES AND CARS 
CLEAN MACHINE 

AIRPLANES, EMERGENCIES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 
WARNING PROMPTS PILOT TO MAKE RDU EMERGENCY LANDING 
PILOT FORCED TO MAKE LANDING IN CORNFIELD 
CORNFIELD HANGAR 
AIRLINER HAKES EMERGENCY LANDING 

AIRPLANES SAFETY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, DURHAM (INCLUDES RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT) 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO AIRPORT SECURITY SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO SAFETY 

EVIDENCE IS FRIGHTENING 

NO SINGLE CAUSE FOR DISASTERS 

AIRPORT ROAD 

SPEED LIMIT ON AIRPORT ROAD STRETCH TOO HIGH - TAYLOR 
AIRPORT ROAD SPEED LIMIT DROPS 
TOWN IN A HURRY TO SLOU DOWN 
NEIGHBORS CRITICAL OF PLANNED MOSQUE 
COUNCIL TO PURCHASE OPEN SPACE 

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

HEARING TO FOCUS ON DETECTING AIRPORT EXPLOSIVES 

BETTER AIRLINE SECURITY WILL HELP RELIEVE FEAR 

U.S., AIRLINE OFFICIALS MUM ON WHETHER RDU... WILL GET BOMB DETECTOR 

AIRPORTS, INTERNATIONAL, SECURITY 
SEE AIRPORT SECURITY SYSTEMS 



H 2 10/22/1989 D 4 E 



S 2 9/19/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 3/18/1989 A 1 P P L38 



S 2 4/20/1989 A 17 N 

CHH 1 6/19/1989 A 1 N L90 

CHH 1 6/20/1989 A 8 P P L38 

H 2 9/11/1989 B 5 N 



H 2 1/02/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 8/16/1989 A 4 E 



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



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



10/16/1989 A 
11/03/1989 A 
11/23/1989 A 



N K70 
N 
E 

N M70 
N 



S 2 2/07/1989 A 6 N 
S 2 4/05/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 7/11/1989 A 7 N H65 



AIRPORTS, N.C. 

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

SEE ALSO HORACE WILLIAMS AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, AIRPORTS 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY, N.C, AIRPORTS 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT AUTHORITY 
RELIEVER AIRPORTS EXPECTED TO TAKE INCREASING SHARE OF TRIANGLE FLIGHTS H 
AIRLINES SAY FARES REPORT IS MISLEADING H 

OXFORD-HENDERSON AIRPORT RECEIVES «332,000 GRANT H 



4/28/1989 

6/09/1989 

12/21/1989 



1 

13 

1 



N P41 
N 
N T33 



AIRPORTS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS 



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AIRPORT WOES? BLAME BUREAUCRATS 

AIRPORTS, U.S., SECURITY 

SEE AIRPORT SECURITY SYSTEMS 

AIRSPACE 

SEN. SANFORD WANTS MILITARY AIRSPACE REQUESTS STUDIED 

AIRWAVES (COLUMN) 
SEE ALSO RADIO 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION 

WVtL OFFERS SERVICE BEGINNING HGNDAY/CLOSED-CAPTIONED NEWS 

UTVD TAKES A LOOK AT SCHOOLS' PROBLEMS 

ICE TOPPLES TV TOWERS; SIGNALS SLIP TO NEW SLOTS 

THE NUMBERS ARE IN.. ./TV f£WS WARS 

ICE PLAGUES WUNC-FM/BROADCASTING BLUES 

AJINOMOTO CO., INC. (JAPANESE FOOD AND CHEMICAL CO.) 
SEE ALSO JAPAN 
ORIENTAL EXPRESS; JAPANESE LEAVE BUSINESS TRACKS IN TRIANGLE 

ALAMANCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

ALAMANCE COLLEGE DRIVE HAS GOAL OF $300,000 

ALAMANCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHEDULES OPEN HOUSE AT $3 MILLION WING... 

ALAMANCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 
ALAMANCE GETS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. 

SUPPORT FOR BOTTLE BILL GROWS IN ALAMANCE 
FRIDAY STORMS' DAMAGE ESTIMATE TOPS $8 MILLION 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, BUDGET 

ALAMANCE BUDGET IS DELAYING RETIREMENT OF COLLEEN FOUST 
BUDGETS: ALAMANCE MANAGER'S PLAN WOULD RETAIN TAX RATE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, COURTS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY COURTHOUSE 
ALAMANCE BOARD TO CONTEST ORDER ON COURT SPACE 
STATEWIDE SIGNIFICANCE SEEN IN ALAMANCE DISPUTE 



ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, VOTER REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 

APRIL 10 IS DEADLINE TO REGISTER FOR ALAMANCE SCHOOLS TAX VOTE H 
DEADLINES APPROACHING FOR ABSENTEE BALLOTS IN ALAMANCE CO. SCHOOL TAX... H 

ALAMANCE TO DECIDE TUESDAY ON PROPERTY TAX FOR SCHOOLS H 

ALAMANCE VOTERS DEFEAT TAX FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM H 

POLITICS PLENTIFUL IN ALAMANCE DURING OFF-ELECTION YEAR H 

POLITICAL ACTIVITY LIGHT SO FAR FOR ALAMANCE MUNICIPAL OFFICES H 

BURLINGTON MAYOR AND TWO COUNCILMEN RUNNING UNOPPOSED H 

POLITICKING SLOW IN ALAMANCE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS H 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, EMPLOYEES 

ALAMANCE BUDGET IS DELAYING RETIREMENT OF COLLEEN FOUST H 



ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, FIRE DISTRICTS 
ALAMANCE FIRE-TAX PLAN APPROVED 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, GARBAGE COLLECTION 
SEE ALSO GARBAGE COLLECTION, N.C. 
ALAMANCE TO BAN RECYCLABLE CARDBOARD FROM LANDFILL 
ALAMANCE OPENS WAR AGAINST TRASH WITH RECYCLING CENTERS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, LANDFILL 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, LANDFILL 
ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS SEEK INFORMATION ON DEATHS OF DOGS 
ALAMANCE TO BAN RECYCLABLE CARDBOARD FROM LANDFILL 



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H 2 1/01/1989 D 4 E 



H 2 1/12/1989 B 4 N 



H 


2 12/01/1989 D 


20 U M60 


H 


2 12/08/1989 D 


28 U MAO 


H 


2 12/15/1989 D 


24 P U MAO 


H 


2 12/22/1989 D 


7 U M60 


S 


2 12/29/1989 D 


20 U M60 



H 2 3/19/1989 A 1 C Q C60 



1 4/22/1989 C 1 N H60 
1 5/18/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 1 6/22/1989 C 1 N H60 



2 2/16/1989 C 3 N H60 
1 6/21/1989 C 1 N H60 



1 3/07/1989 B 1 N H60 
1 5/16/1989 C 1 N T35 



1 5/09/1989 C 1 N H60 
1 5/17/1989 C 1 N H60 



4/01/1989 C 
4/29/1989 C 
5/06/1989 C 
5/10/1989 C 
6/27/1989 B 
7/21/1989 C 
8/05/1989 B 
9/29/1989 C 



1 3/07/1989 B 1 
1 4/19/1989 C 5 



1 2/07/1989 C 1 

2 12/20/1989 A 11 



1 1/18/1989 C 
1 2/07/1989 C 



10 
1 



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



N H60 



N T35 



N T35 
N H60 



N T35 
N T35 



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PROPOSED LANDFILL SITES DRAW ANGRY PROTESTS IN SNOW CAM 5 
ALAMANCE HAS CARDBOARD PROBLEMS 

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

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., ORDINANCES 

ALAMANCE HUNTERS, FISHERMEN MUST GET OK FROM LANDOWNERS H 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 

DEADLINES APPROACHING FOR ABSENTEE BALLOTS IN ALAMANCE CO. SCHOOL TAX... H 



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H 
H 


1 
1 


5/17/1989 C 
6/21/1989 C 


1 N T35 
1 N T35 



ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., ROADS 

1-85 DEFINES ALAMANCE TRAFFIC VOLUME 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, TAX RATE 

BUDGETS: ALAMANCE MANAGER'S PLAN WOULD RETAIN TAX RATE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, VOTER REGISTRATION 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY f _N.C.,. ELECTIONS 
ALAMANCE PURGING ITS VOTER RECORDS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., WATER RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE/ALAMANCE WATER SYSTEM 
GRAHAM, MEBANE PROJECT TO BOOST THEIR WATER SUPPLY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 

GRAHAM FESTIVAL MAY DRAW 60,000 

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

GRAHAM FESTIVAL MAY DRAW 60,000 

ARTS 'ROUND THE SQUARE DREW CROWD BEFORE SKIES DARKENED 

ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

TAX SUPPLEMENT URGED FOR ALAMANCE SCHOOLS 

BOARD OKS RENOVATION PLANS FOR SOUTHERN ALAMANCE HIGH 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

ALAMANCE TRYING TO STEP UP RECYCLING 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS DISCUSS SCHOOL MERGER 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS SEEK INFORMATION ON DEATHS OF DOGS 

ALAMANCE TO BAN RECYCLABLE CARDBOARD FROM LANDFILL 

ALAMANCE BOARD SETS MAY 9 VOTE ON SCHOOL TAX 

ALAMANCE BOARD DEBATES ACTION ON COURT SPACE 

ALAMANCE FIRE-TAX PLAN APPROVED 

HEARING CONCLUDES ON ALAMANCE COURTS; DECISION DUE LATER 

COMPLETION OF ALAMANCE JAIL'S THIRD FLOOR TO INCREASE CELLS 

JUDGE RECOMMENDS ALAMANCE GET BUSY ON NEW COURTHOUSE 

ALAMANCE BOARD TO CONTEST ORDER ON COURT SPACE 

STATEWIDE SIGNIFICANCE SEEN IN ALAMANCE DISPUTE 

ALAMANCE HAS CARDBOARD PROBLEMS 

ALAMANCE SELECTS ARCHITECT FOR COURTHOUSE ALTERATIONS 

ALAMANCE HUNTERS, FISHERMEN MUST GET OK FROM LANDOWNERS 

ALAMANCE OFFICIALS CLOSE IN ON CASH TO EXTEND RUNWAY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, BUDGET 

BUDGETS: ALAMANCE MANAGER'S PLAN WOULD RETAIN TAX RATE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMUNITY COUNCIL 

HONEYCUTT TO LEAD ALAMANCE COMMUNITY COUNCIL 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COURTHOUSE 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, COURTS 
ALAMANCE COUNTY GRAND JURY TOURS COURTHOUSE AND HEARS COMPLAINTS 
ALAMANCE GRAND JURY WANTS IMPROVEMENTS IN JAIL, COURTS 
ALAMANCE BOARD DEBATES ACTION ON COURT SPACE 
HEARING CONCLUDES ON ALAMANCE COURTS; DECISION DUE LATER 
JUDGE RECOMMENDS ALAMANCE GET BUSY ON NEW COURTHOUSE 



1 8/15/1989 B 1 N H60 

1 4/29/1989 C 1 N H60 

1 2/14/1989 C 1 M N 046 

1 5/16/1989 C 1 N T35 



H 1 3/04/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 


1 


5/19/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


5/04/1989 C 


1 M N H60 


H 


1 


5/04/1989 C 


1 M N H60 


H 


1 


5/09/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


2/14/1989 C 


1 


NT35 


H 


1 


9/01/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


1/05/1989 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


1/13/1989 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


1/18/1989 C 


10 


N T35 


H 


1 


2/07/1989 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


2/21/1989 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


3/21/1989 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


4/19/1989 C 


5 


N T35 


H 


1 


4/26/1989 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


5/05/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


5/06/1989 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


5/09/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


5/17/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


6/21/1989 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


7/26/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


8/15/1989 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


10/19/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


5/16/1989 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


1/07/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


3/04/1989 C 


1 P N T35 


H 


1 


3/15/1989 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


3/21/1989 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


4/26/1989 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


5/06/1989 C 


1 


N T35 



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H 1 5/09/1989 C 
H 1 5/17/1989 C 
H 1 7/26/1989 C 



H 1 3/15/1989 C 1 N T35 



4 N 
1 P N H60 
1 N H60 



H 1 3/15/1989 C 
H 1 5/05/1989 C 
H 1 10/11/1989 C 



ALAMANCE BOARD TO CONTEST ORDER ON COURT SPACE 
STATEWIDE SIGNIFICANCE SEEN IN ALAMANCE DISPUTE 
ALAMANCE SELECTS ARCHITECT FOR COURTHOUSE ALTERATIONS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY GRAND JURY 

ALAMANCE GRAND JURY WANTS IMPROVEMENTS IN JAIL, COURTS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL, ADOLESCENT CARE UNIT 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE HEALTH SERVICES, INC. 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (FORMERLY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF ALAMANCE COUNTY) 
ALAMANCE HOSPITAL NEGLIGENT, JURY FINDS H 2 1/29/1989 B 

CHAPLAINS AVAILABLE AT TWO HOSPITALS IN ALAMANCE H 1 5/24/1989 C 

ALAMANCE HOSPITALS TO GET MAGNETIC RESONANCE-IMAGING SYSTEM H 1 6/15/1989 C 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL, ADOLESCENT CARE UNIT 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE FAMILY RECOVERY CENTER (FORMERLY ADOLESCENT CARE UNIT) 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE HEALTH SERVICES, INC. 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, DRUGS 
CENTER OFFERS DRUG TESTS FOR YOUNGSTERS H 1 2/08/1989 C 

HEALTH AGENCY'S NAME IS CHANGED H 1 5/24/1989 C 

ALAMANCE COUNTY JAIL 

ALAMANCE GRAND JURY WANTS IMPROVEMENTS IN JAIL, COURTS 
COMPLETION OF ALAMANCE JAIL'S THIRD FLOOR TO INCREASE CELLS 
THIRD FLOOR BEING ADDED TO ALAMANCE JAIL 

ALAMANCE COUNTY LIBRARY 
SEE LIBRARIES, N.C. 

ALAMANCE COUNTY LONG RANGE PLANNING TASK FORCE 
ALAMANCE PLANNING TASK FORCE TO HOLD HEARINGS 
ALAMANCE PANEL EXPANDS HEARINGS ON LONG-RANGE PLANNING 

ALAMANCE COUNTY PRISON UNIT 

FUNDS SOUGHT FOR ALAMANCE PRISON DORMS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY RECYCLING COORDINATOR 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE RECYCLING COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO RECYCLING 

ALAMANCE TRYING TO STEP UP RECYCLING 

ALAMANCE HIRES RECYCLING COORDINATOR 

ALAMANCE OPENS WAR AGAINST TRASH WITH RECYCLING CENTERS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

SEE ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS, CONSTRUCTION 

BOARD OKS RENOVATION PLANS FOR SOUTHERN ALAMANCE HIGH 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS, MERGER 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS DISCUSS SCHOOL MERGER 
ALAMANCE COUNTY PANEL TO STUDY SCHOOL MERGER 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS, SUPPLEMENTAL TAX 

ALAMANCE SCHOOLS APPOINT COMMITTEE ON TAX SUPPLEMENT 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS DISCUSS SCHOOL MERGER 

TAX SUPPLEMENT URGED FOR ALAMANCE SCHOOLS 

ALAMANCE BOARD SETS MAY 9 VOTE ON SCHOOL TAX 

APRIL 10 IS DEADLINE TO REGISTER FOR ALAMANCE SCHOOLS TAX VOTE 

DEADLINES APPROACHING FOR ABSENTEE BALLOTS IN ALAMANCE CO. SCHOOL TAX... 

ALAMANCE TO DECIDE TUESDAY ON PROPERTY TAX FOR SCHOOLS 

ALAMANCE VOTERS DEFEAT TAX FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. 

UNDERCOVER PROBE IN ALAMANCE RESULTS IN 123 DRUG CHARGES 
ALAMANCE LAW AGENCIES GET SHARE OF CONFISCATED DRUG MONEY 



1 N H60 
1 N H60 
1 N H60 



1 N H60 
1 N H60 



N T35 
N H60 
N H60 



1 7/26/1989 C 1 N H60 
1 8/22/1989 B 1 N H60 



H 1 4/05/1989 C 1 N 046 



H 


1 1/05/1989 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 8/24/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 12/20/1989 A 


11 


N H60 



H 1 9/01/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 
H 


1 

1 


1/13/1989 C 
11/03/1989 C 


1 
1 


N T35 
N H60 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 


1/10/1989 C 
1/13/1989 C 
2/14/1989 C 
2/21/1989 B 
4/01/1989 C 
4/29/1989 C 
5/06/1989 C 
5/10/1989 C 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 


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


H 

H 


1 
1 


3/11/1989 C 
9/09/1989 C 


1 P N H60 
1 N H60 



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HEARING CONCLUDES ON ALAMANCE COURTS ; DECISION DUE LATER 

ALAMANCE FAMILY RECOVERY CENTER (FORMERLY ADOLESCENT CARE UNIT) 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL, ADOLESCENT CARE UNIT 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE HEALTH SERVICES, INC. 
HEALTH AGENCY'S NAME IS CHANGED 

ALAMANCE HEALTH SERVICES, INC. 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL, ADOLESCENT CARE UNIT 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE FAMILY RECOVERY CENTER (FORMERLY ADOLESCENT CARE UNIT) 

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

HEALTH AGENCY'S NAME IS CHANGED 

ALAMANCE HOSPITALS TO GET MAGNETIC RESONANCE-IMAGING SYSTEM 

ALAMANCE JAZZ BAND 

ALAMANCE JAZZ BAND PLANS CONCERT AT ELON'S LAKE MARY NELL THURSDAY 

ALAMANCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (FORMERLY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF ALAMANCE COUNTY) 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 
CHAPLAINS AVAILABLE AT TWO HOSPITALS IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE RECYCLING COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY RECYCLING COORDINATOR 

SEE ALSO RECYCLING 
ALAMANCE TO BAN RECYCLABLE CARDBOARD FROM LANDFILL 
PROPOSED LANDFILL SITES DRAW ANGRY PROTESTS IN SNOW CAMP 

ALAR (CHEMICAL) 

SOUNDING THE ALAR ALARMS 

ALASKA 

OH, THE WEATHER OUTSIDE IS ... WEIRDiALASKA 

JERRY GENTRY/ALASKANS ARE TOO TOUGH FOR AN ABERRANT FREEZE 

NORTH TO ALASKA — THE GOV. WAS ONCE A TAR HEEL 

EXXON APPEARS BLAMEWORTHY 

EXXON (CARTOON) 

ALASKAN OIL UNDER ASSAULT 

ALASKA SPILL HOLDS LESSON FOR N.C. 

DISASTER RESPONSE NEEDS IMPROVEMENT 

OFFSHORE DRILLING CAN BE A BOON 

SEA OF SUFFERING; CARY WOMAN WORKS TO SAVE TINY... (CORRECTED 5-2-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

VISITING DUKE PROF TO CHECK IMPACT OF ALASKAN OIL SPILL 

ALASKA! WITHOUT THE OIL 

EXXON CAN'T YET CLAIM SUCCESSFUL CLEANUP 

ALASKA'S GOV. COWPER DEFENDS SEARCH FOR OIL IF DRILLING RESPONSIBLE... 

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

SCHWEITZER AWARD WINNERS TO BE HONORED 

HITCHINGS RECEIVES SCHWEITZER PRIZE 

ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO ABC STORES 

SEE ALSO BEER 

SEE ALSO DISTILLERIES 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

SEE ALSO WINE 
LEGISLATORS STEW OVER ALCOHOL IN CANDY 
LIFTING CONTAINER BAN WRONG ROAD TO SAFETY 
LAWMAKER TRIES TO BAN ALCOHOL IN PASSENGER AREAS OF VEHICLES 

ALCOHOL, ADVERTISING 

KOOP'S WIDE-SWEEPING BROOM 

ALCOHOL, HEALTH EFFECTS 
SEE ALSO HANGOVERS 
SMOKING AND DRINKING SAID STRONGEST LINKS TO ORAL CANCER 



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H 1 4/26/1989 C 1 N T35 



H 1 5/24/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 1 5/24/1989 C 1 N H60 
H 1 6/15/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 1 6/21/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 1 5/24/1989 C 1 P N H60 



1 2/07/1989 C 
1 5/17/1989 C 



N T35 
N T35 



H 2 5/18/1989 A 4 E 



H 


2 


1/31/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


2/04/1989 A 


4 U G33 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 E 


2 P F U80 


H 


2 


3/30/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 D 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 


4/03/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


4/11/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/30/1989 A 


1 P N P41 


H 


2 


5/02/1989 A 


2 N 


S 


2 


5/11/1989 A 


14 N 


H 


2 


8/06/1989 E 


1 P F 


S 


2 


9/19/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/21/1989 C 


1 P N S22 


H 


2 


3/06/1989 C 


14 N 


S 


2 


3/23/1989 A 


15 PN 



H 2 2/15/1989 D 4 N 
S 2 7/03/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 7/06/1989 A 10 N 



H 2 6/13/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 12/12/1989 B 1 N 



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ALL-AFRICA CITIES 

TOWN NAiCD ALL-AMERICA CITY 

16 DELEGATES TAKE PROPOSAL TO ALL-AMERICA COMPETITION 

CHAPEL HILL MISSES CHANCE FOR 'ALL-AMERICA CITY' STATUS 

ALL-AMERICA FOOTBALL 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 
HINES, PORT ALL-AMERICANS 
HINES ADDS AP ALL-AMERICA TEAM TO HONORS LIST 

ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
DARE DONORS 

ALL AMERICAN BOWL 

SEE ALSO COLLEGE BOWLS 

ALL-AMERICAN BOWL WANTS DUKE-STATE WINNER 

DUKE WINS BOWL BERTH 

BLUE DEVILS GRAB "ALL AMERICAN" WIN 

BLUE DEVILS, FANS HAD LONG WAIT TO SAVOR SWEET SUCCESS 

THE BOWL-BOUND BLUE DEVILS 

SPURRIER! ACC CHAMPIONSHIP WORTH MORE THAN A BOWL BERTH 

BOWL GAME, SEASON SWEET GIFT FOR DUKE 

ALL AMERICAN UNION! DUKE ALWAYS RATED HIGH ON BOWL'S LIST 

THE YOKE'S OFF: DUKE OFFICIALLY ACCEPTS BOWL BID 

spurrier: RAY GETS START IF HEALTHY 

♦OVERACHIEVERS' IN ALL AMERICAN BOWL 

ALL-AMERICAN BOWL COULD BE A LONG ONE 

DUKE FOOTBALL IS GOING BOWLING (AD) 

DEVILS' SPURRIER WILL SPEND NEW YEAR'S IN FLORIDA 

CHRISTMAS IN ALABAMA A LITTLE BLUE TO DEVILS 

1989 ALL AMERICAN BOWL/DUKE VS. TEXAS TECH (SPECIAL SECTION) 

SPURRIER'S EXIT IS THE BIG STORY IN DUKE FOOTBALL 

FOR BILLY RAY, FIRST TOUR OF ALABAMA WAS NO JOYRIDE 

SNOW FOOLIN' DEVILS BACK AT FULL STRENGTH 

DYKES: NO COMPARISON TO SPURRIER 

CLARKSTON HINES TO CAP STELLAR CAREER IN BOWL 

SPURRIER PUTS FOCUS ON BOWL GAME 

SNOW CAUSES LATE ARRIVALS FOR DUKE 

BLUE DEVILS COACH SPURRIER CALLING IT QUITS AT DUKE 

DUKE TAKES FIELD WITH PRIDE 

NO CONFUSING DEVILS, RAIDERS 

ALL AMERICAN BOWL: DUKE'S FINAL CHALLENGE 

SLAYDEN, EX-QB AT DUKE, 'STABLE' AFTER SURGERY 

SLAYDEN, EX-QB AT DUKE, 'STABLE' AFTER SURGERY 

TONIGHT'S GAME ENDS DUKE FANS' LONG WAIT 

DUKE READY TO PLAY LAST GAME FOR SPURRIER 

BLUE DEVILS SEEKING RESPECT 

'61 BLUE DEVILS RELISH RENEWAL OF DUKE FORTUNES 

TEXAS TECH THUMPS BLUE DEVILS, 49-21 

TECH'S GRAY ENJOYS RECORD-SETTING NIGHT 

TECH'S GRAY ENJOYS f£CORB-SETTING NIGHT 

HINES: "WE WEREN'T PREPARED' FOR TECH 

BLUE DEVILS FALTER AS RAIDERS RUN RAMPANT 

SPURRIER'S BOUL PREPARATION NOT ONE OF HIS BEST MOVES 

A BLUE NIGHT IN BIRMINGHAM 

A FINALE IN DUKE BLUE 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL TEAM 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 
FERRY, HAMMONDS TOP VOTING FOR AP'S 1989 ALL-ACC TEAM 
FERRY, HAMMONDS WRITERS' UNANIMOUS ALL-ACC 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM 
SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, FOOTBALL 
SEE ALSO FOOTBM_L 
HINES LEADS VOTING FOR ALL-ACC TEAM 

ALL-MALE CIVIC CLUBS 
SEE MEN'S CLUBS 



CHH 1 4/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/15/1989 A 



S 2 11/28/1989 B 
H 2 12/06/1989 D 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

9 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 



2 N 

3 N M25 
1 P N S17 



2 P N 
1 P N 



S 2 9/26/1989 B 9 P P S73 



2 11/09/1989 B 
2 11/12/1989 A 
2 11/12/1989 C 
2 11/12/1989 B 
2 11/14/1989 A 
2 11/14/1989 B 
2 11/21/1989 A 
2 11/22/1989 D 
2 11/26/1989 C 
2 11/26/1989 C 
2 11/27/1989 D 
2 11/28/1989 B 
2 11/29/1989 D 
2 12/20/1989 D 
2 12/26/1989 C 
2 12/26/1989 D 
2 12/26/1989 B 
2 12/27/1989 D 
2 12/27/1989 D 
2 12/27/1989 D 
2 12/27/1989 D 
2 12/27/1989 D 
2 12/27/1989 D 
2 12/28/1989 A 
2 12/28/1989 A 
2 12/28/1989 C 
2 12/28/1989 C 
2 12/28/1989 C 
2 12/28/1989 C 
2 12/28/1989 A 
2 12/28/1989 C 
2 12/28/1989 C 
2 12/29/1989 B 
2 12/29/1989 B 
2 12/29/1989 B 
2 12/29/1989 B 
2 12/29/1989 B 
2 12/29/1989 B 
2 12/29/1989 B 
2 12/30/1989 D 
2 12/30/1989 B 



2 3/05/1989 C 
2 3/07/1989 B 



N C49 
N B40 
N C49 
N M88 
E 

N C49 
E 
N 

N M88 
N C49 
U D18 
N 
A 

N C49 
N W55 
N 

U D18 
U M88 
N C49 
N W55 
U D18 
N D18 
N D18 
N M88 
E 

U M88 
N C49 
N C49 
N W55 
E 

N D18 
N 018 
U M88 
N C49 
N C49 
N U55 
N M88 
N D18 
U D18 
U C49 
U D18 



5 N 
2 P N 



S 2 11/21/1989 D 1 P N 



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ALL HY CHILDREN (SOAP OPERA) 

'AREN'T YOU HARLAN TUCKER?' 

ALL-TRIANGLE CONFERENCE BASEBALL 



CHH 1 9/02/1989 A 3 P N H90 



ALL YOUTH ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO YOUTH SPORTS (ADOLESCENT SPORTS) 
AYAA HOLDS 1ST PARENTS MEETING 
ALL YOUTH ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OPENS 
ASTROS ARE UNDEFEATED IN AYAA 
GROUP TO HANG HOOPS IN NEW HONE 

ALLENTON REALTY AND INSURANCE CO. 

DEVELOPER PLANS 200-ACRE PROJECT NEAR 1-40, OLD 86 
ALLENTON, EAVES INSURANCE TO MERGE 

ALLERGIES 

SEE ALSO POLLEN 
DECEPTION: MOST FOOD ALLERGIES ARE DIFFICULT TO DIAGNOSE/TO YOUR HEALTH 
ALLERGY SUFFERERS FACE SEASONAL RITE WITH PESKY YELLOW POLLEN 
NEW AND OLD DRUGS PROVIDE ALLERGY RELIEF/PEOPLE'S PHARHACY 
VARIETY OF MEDICINES CAN EASE ALLERGY SUFFERERS 
AGONY ELIMINATED; SELDANE IS ONE HAY TO SPELL RELIEF FOR HAY FEVER 

ALLIANCE TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION 

ATC GETS FIVE-YEAR CONTRACT WITH EPA 

ALLIGATOR RIVER NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE 
SEE ALSO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY 
RED WOLF PUPS GOING TO REFUGE 

ALLIGATORS 

GETTING ALONG WITH THE GATORS 

ALPHA DELTA KAPPA 
NEW MEMBERS 

ALPHA PHI OMEGA 

FROM THE HEART: NINE ARE HONORED AS VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR 

ALPHA TAU OMEGA 

'TAKE BACK THE NIGHT' INCIDENT HISCONSTRUED-ATO PRESIDENT 

ALPHATRONIX INC. 

TRIANGLE DISTINGUISHED INVENTORS GET MORE RESPECT NOW... A LOT MORE 

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORP. 

SEE ALSO ENERGY CONSERVATION, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ENERGY SOURCES, ALTERNATIVES 
GROUP SEEKS WAYS TO SAVE ENERGY IN MOBILE HOMES 
SANFORD TELLS FORUM NATIONAL ENERGY POLICY SHOULD START AT HOME 
MARTIN APPOINTS BUTLER TO POST 
HOMES COULD CUT ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN HALF-EXPERT 
ENERGY CORP., DUKE ENDOWMENT HELP CHURCH PATCH UP PROBLEMS 
USE OF WOOD FOR FUEL DOWN IN STATE 

ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY PENALTIES PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, OVERCROWDING 

BOYS' CAMP CALLED BOOST FOR CHATHAM 

FACILITY WILL TREAT 100 BOYS 

LEGISLATORS SUPPORT ALTERNATIVE PUNISHMENTS FOR CRIMINALS 

NEW COURT PROGRAM PICKING UP; DEFENDANTS HAVE ALTERNATIVE TO JAIL 

REP. BARNES RECEIVES AWARD FROM ASSOCIATION 

LET'S TRY PRISON ALTERNATIVES 

DURHAM TO START PROGRAM OF ELECTRONIC HOUSE ARREST 

HOUSE ARREST SAVES PRISON SPACEjNONEY 

DIRECTOR OF JAIL ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM ONCE HIGH IN W. VA. POLITICS 



S 2 5/02/1989 D 

S 2 6/13/1989 C 

S 2 8/29/1989 C 

S 2 11/28/1989 B 



CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 
S 2 12/19/1989 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 
CHH 1 



3/24/1989 
4/06/1989 
4/19/1989 
5/03/1989 
9/01/1989 



H 2 1/15/1989 B 

H 2 7/21/1989 A 

S 2 6/12/1989 C 

H 2 4/17/1989 B 

CHH 1 4/18/1989 A 

H 2 4/30/1989 D 



H 2 1/17/1989 C 

H 2 4/26/1989 C 

S 2 5/03/1989 A 

H 2 5/04/1989 B 

H 2 7/29/1989 A 

H 2 12/01/1989 C 



CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 



1/03/1989 
1/03/1989 
1/14/1989 
2/13/1989 
3/04/1989 
3/24/1989 
4/17/1989 
4/20/1989 



4 N A76 

4 P N A76 

5 P N A76 
5 N A76 



1 M N R63 
1 N E33 



U 

NL90 

U 

U 

U 



CHH 1 1/03/1989 A 6 N 



8 N 
4 E 
3 P P T32 
1 P N S56 
3 N 
6 P N K65 



8/06/1989 B 



N K65 
N K65 
N 

N K65 
N K65 
N K65 



N M2S 
N M25 
N 

N S82 
N 
J 

N B53 
E 
U N36 



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SUBJECTS 



STATE HUST CONSIDER PRISON ALTERNATIVES 
DEFENDANT SENTENCED TO LITERACY 
PRISON ALTERNATIVES STILL SHOULD BE TOUGH 
LOCK 'EM UP OR PAY MORE 
DURHAM YOUTH GETS TOP PRIORITY 

ALUMARK CORPORATION 

ALUMARK MOVE WILL COST 102 JOBS IN ROXBORO 

ALUMINUM 

HARDLY A CAMPING TRIP. 'BUT IT PAYS OFF' 

THEY HAVEN'T EARNED BADGES, BUT SCOUTS' PROJECT HAS MERIT 

ALUMINUM CANS 

SEE ALSO RECYCLING 
STAMP OUT HASTE 
THIEVES MAKE OFF WITH RECYCLABLES 

ALUMINUM RECYCLING 
SEE RECYCLING 

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
SEE ALSO DUKE ALZHEIMER'S FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK 
SEE ALSO JOSEPH M. AND KATHLEEN PRICE BRYAN RESEARCH BUILDING 
SEE ALSO THA (TETRAHYDROAMINOACRINE) 

EXPERTS TO ATTEND DUKE CONFERENCE ON ALZHEIMER'S 

EXPERTS COMING TO DUKE FOR ALZHEIMER'S MEETING 

RESEARCH LINKS ALUMINUM TO ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE/THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCHER ADMITS CAUSE OF DISEASE STILL MYSTERY 

FDA KEEPS ALZHEIMER'S DRUG FROM PATIENTS 

DUKE NEEDS 'ULTIMATE GIFTS' BRAINS FOR ALZHEIMER'S TESTS 

ALZHEIMER'S PATIENTS DESPERATE FOR THA/THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

RESEARCH CENTER GOING UP 

DUKE PROCESS SPEEDS ALZHEIMER'S TESTS 

POLICE LOG/MAN BEATEN, ROBBED, MISSING 

HEALTH CARE COSTS TARNISH THE 'GOLDEN YEARS' 



AMADEUS (PLAY AND FILM) 

DIRECTOR/ACTOR WOOD MAKES 'AMADEUS' 
SHARP PERFORMANCE OF FLAT 'AMADEUS' 



NOTED 



AMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS (OPERA) 
SEE ALSO OPERA 
'AMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS' TO BE PRESENTED IN LOUISBURG 
LITTLE BIG THEATER'S FIRST PLAY IN NEW DIGS 
SEE IT NOW, BEFORE ITS STARS BEGIN TO SHINE ELSEWHERE 

AMBERLY (CARRBORO, N.C.) 

CARRBORO STAFF LISTS AMBERLY CONCERNS 

STATE TO HOLD HEARING ON AMBERLY 

OUASA TO SOUND OFF ON AMBERLY 

IS AMBERLY THE END FOR WATERSHED? 

STATE WAITING FOR REVISED AMBERLY PLANS 

CHAPEL HILL MAY AIR AMBERLY CONCERNS 

OUASA TO AIR AMBERLY CONCERNS 

PUBLIC TO HEAR REVISIONS OF AMBERLY PLANS 

SPEAKERS RAP AMBERLY PLAN AT HEARING 

CARRBORO DISSATISFIED WITH STATE'S AMBERLY RESPONSE 

OUASA FIRES LAST SHOT AT AMBERLY 

OUASA'S AMBERLY CONCERNS VALID 

DEM DISRESPECTFUL TO CITIZENS 

BOARD TO DECIDE IF AMBERLY PERMIT IS A PUBLIC ISSUE 

CARRBORO DELAYS AMBERLY HEARING DECISION 

OWASA WANTS MORE INFORMATION ON AMBERLY 

EARLY AMBERLY RULING IS IN HAND 

AMBERLY DECISION REAFFIRMED 

DEM HEAD PLANS AMBERLY SITE TOUR 

OFFICIALS TOUR SITE OF AMBERLY 

STATE REJECTS AMBERLY PLAN 



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



2 8/30/1989 A 
2 11/09/1989 A 
2 12/02/1989 A 
2 12/26/1989 A 
2 12/27/1989 A 



E 
E 
E 
E 

N H65 



H 1 11/04/1989 C 1 N H60 



CHH 
CHH 



1 1/15/1989 A 
1 1/15/1989 A 



CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 



3 P N L90 
3 P N L90 



1 P P L38 
3 P H M20 



H 2 


1/13/1989 C 


4 N 


S 2 


1/16/1989 C 


1 N 


S 2 


2/08/1989 C 


2 U 


H 2 


2/10/1989 C 


6 PN C60 


S 2 


2/22/1989 C 


6 U 


S 2 


6/01/1989 C 


1 N 


S 2 


6/07/1989 A 


11 U 


H 2 


7/25/1989 B 


5PPT32 


H 2 


8/14/1989 A 


1 N 


H 2 


9/09/1989 C 


2 N R63 


H 2 11/28/1989 A 


6P G S56 


H 2 


9/12/1989 A 


6 P R P10 


S 2 


9/14/1989 D 


10 R B77 


H 1 


1/21/1989 B 


1 N 


H 2 


12/08/1989 D 


5 P F U66 


H 2 12/15/1989 D 


6 P F W66 


CHH 1 


1/01/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


1/11/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


1/14/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/20/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


1/21/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


1/28/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


2/02/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/03/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/03/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


3/05/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


3/21/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


3/22/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


3/25/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


3/28/1989 A 


3 N 042 


CHH 1 


3/30/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


4/20/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


1 P N C62 



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OPPONENTS SURPRISED BY AHBERLY DECISION 

DEN ON THE RIGHT TRACK 

SZOSTAK WON'T ASK ALDERMEN TO LOBBY OMASA FOR AHBERLY 

UNIVERSITY LAKE MORATORIUM MAY BE REINSTATED 

OUASA SCHEDULES AHBERLY REVIEW FOR MAY 10 SESSION 

OMASA RECOMMENDING AGAINST AHBERLY PROJECT (CORRECTED 5-10-89) 

CORRECTION 

AHBERLY WATER REQUEST TO GET HEARING 

STATE UPHOLDS DENIAL OF AHBERLY PERMIT 

SZOSTAK SAYS HE'LL REDESIGN AHBERLY 

SZOSTAK TO SEEK SEUER LINES FOR SCALED-DOWN AHBERLY 

SZOSTAK TO SEEK SEWER LINES FOR SCALED-DOWN AHBERLY 

OMASA DENIES AHBERLY SERVICE 

build in peace, mr. szostak 

szostak has developed a thick skin, but no ahberly homes 

limit watershed development 

developer considers options as permit nears expiration 

county engineer satisfied with mclennan's system 

ouasa, szostak still at odds over ahberly development 

szostak calls opinion 'inaccurate' 

carrboro denies ahberly request 

amberly: a name not soon forgotten/sunday focus: amberly 

'i have no choice but to go on' — szostak/sunday focus: amberly 

amberly options expiring fast 

watershed protection issue of '89 

szostak files suit against carrboro 

dem lacks written rules on watershed development, official says 

carrboro disputes amberly lawsuit 

will porto defend watershed? 

brough challenges szostak suit 

szostak says he'll drop ahberly suit 

watershed agreement endorsed 

committee to debate watershed urbanization 

dem avoids 'urbanization' standards 

amberly's gradual demise continues 

ambulance service, durham county 

new machine may help teams improve handling cardiac arrests 
faster medical care only heartbeats away 
new medicare ruling to curb ambulance use 
emt's in durham face danger 

ambulance service, orange county 
see also orange county rescue squad 
rescuers voice concerns over ambulance charge 
county should listen to volunteers 
say no to ambulance fee 
rescue volunteers protest fee at county board meeting 

DOUBLE WHAMHY: TAX HIKE, USER FEES 

AMBULANCE FEE OK LIKELY, HARTWELL, MARSHALL PREDICT 

DON'T MONKEY WITH SUCCESS 

OPEN MIND IS URGED ON AMBULANCE ISSUE 

RESCUE VOLUNTEERS FEAR COMMISSIONERS HAVE MINDS MADE UP 

EMT VOLUNTEERS RACE 'THE GOLDEN HOUR' 

VOLUNTEERS SUGGEST ALTERNATIVES TO FEES 

DROP AMBULANCE FEE FROM BUDGET 

DELAY AMBULANCE FEE, COMMISSIONERS URGED 

ATTENTION ORANGE COUNTY CITIZENS!! (AD) 

VICTIMS BALK AT AMBULANCE RIDE, FEE, EMERGENCY WORKERS SAY 

ALDERMEN OPPOSE COUNTY EMS FEE 

DON'T CHARGE FOR RESCUE SQUAD 

LINK SUBMITS AMBULANCE FEE ALTERNATIVES 

STICKING UP FOR EMERGENCY SERVICES 

MIXED MESSAGES/SQUAD MEMBERS' VIEWS DIFFER ON NON-EMERGENCY FEES 

RESCUE UNITS NOW COLLECTING'TAXI' CHARGES 

OFFICIALS BILL COUNTY TAXPAYERS WITH AMBULANCE COST REMINDER 

POLITICAL PROPAGANDA MAKES TAX BILL HARDER TO SWALLOW 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
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 



— DATE- 

4/21/1989 
4/22/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/27/1989 
4/29/1989 
5/09/1989 
5/10/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/25/1989 
5/25/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/28/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/27/1989 
6/28/1989 
6/30/1989 
7/11/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/23/1989 
7/23/1989 
7/28/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/15/1989 
8/16/1989 
8/25/1989 
B/31/1989 
9/01/1989 
9/29/1989 
10/25/1989 
11/28/1989 
11/29/1989 
12/09/1989 



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



S 2 5/31/1989 B 

S 2 6/02/1989 A 

H 2 7/07/1989 C 

S 2 12/14/1989 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 



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



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



5/20/1989 
5/27/1989 
5/29/1989 
5/31/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/04/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/12/1989 
6/12/1989 
6/12/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/21/1989 
7/03/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/19/1989 



N C62 
E 

N C62 
N C62 
N L90 
N C62 
N 

N L90 
N L90 
NC62 
N C62 
N L90 
N C62 
E 

U C62 
E 

N C62 
N H20 
N L90 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N M25 
N C62 
L 

N H90 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 



1 N B53 

4 E 

1 N C60 

1 N B53 



N M20 
E 
L 

N M20 
E 

N M20 
E 
N 

N M20 
N D38 
N M20 
E 

N M20 
A 

N H20 
N C62 
L 

N M20 
E 

N M20 
N M20 
N S17 
U 



AMERICAN AIRLINES 
SEE ALSO AIRLINES 



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N E 
P D 

THIS PRANK HASN'T FUNNY AT ALL H 2 

AMERICAN AIRLINES TO EXPAND AT RDU S 2 

MCRICAN STUDIES RDU EXPANSION S 2 

AFRICAN BUYS NEW X-RAY MACHINES H 2 

AFRICAN AIRLINES PLANNING TO INCREASE INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS H 2 

AMERICAN CHOSEN AS 'AIRLINE OF THE YEAR' H 2 

AMERICAN GOES NONSTOP TO MYRTLE BEACH H 2 

AMERICAN PLANS RDU-BERMUDA FLIGHT S 2 
AMERICAN AIRLINES PLANS NON-STOP FLIGHTS TO BERMUDA BEGINNING APRIL 2 H 2 

AMERICAN AIRLINES' PROFITS SOAR S 2 

RDIHEXICO FLIGHT STARTS WITH SELLOUT H 2 

AIR CARGO! AMERICAN LIKES BUSINESS, SEES INDUSTRY TRIPLING TO $60... H 2 

GOVERNOR JOINS IN REDEDICATION OF AIRLINES CENTER H 2 

AMERICAN AIRLINES PLANS TO PHASE OUT SMALL, NOISY PLANES H 2 

SHORTAGE OF JETS DELAYS RDU HUB S 2 

AIRLINES USE OWN CRITERIA FOR CANCELING FLIGHTS H 2 

OMNI HOTEL HOST TO ITS FIRST CONVENTION H 2 

1ST MEETING S 2 

AMERICAN'S RDU 'HUB' MAJOR BLOW TO EASTERN S 2 

PUPPETS WITH A MESSAGE H 2 

AMERICAN AIRLINES ORDERS 75 NEW JETS S 2 

TRANSPORT WORKERS PROTEST PACT OFFER H 2 

OFFICIALS PREDICT RDU WILL BE A MAJOR HUB WITHIN A FEW YEARS H 2 

UNION, AMERICAN AIRLINES AGREE IN PRINCIPLE ON NEW CONTRACT H 2 

AIRLINE TO LEASE DOWNTOWN OFFICE S 2 

AIRLINE MAY LEASE SPACE IN NEW CENTER H 2 

U.S., AIRLINE OFFICIALS MUM ON WHETHER RDU.., WILL GET BOMB DETECTOR S 2 

CHAMBER CHECKS SUPPORT FOR RDU-fRANKFURT FLIGHTS S 2 

AMERICAN AIRLINES ADDING WIDE-BODIED DC-10 JETS AT RDU S 2 

AMERICAN OPENS NEW WING S 2 

SURVEY SHOWS INTEREST IN FLIGHTS TO FRANKFURT, W. GERMANY H 2 

AMERICAN AIRLINES TO HOLD PROGRAM ON FEAR OF FLYING H 2 

FEARFUL FLIERS EARN 'WINGS' IN AMERICAN AIRLINES PROGRAM H 2 

AMERICAN AIRLINES SETS RECORD FOR SUMMER PASSENGER VOLUME H 2 

THE BIG ONE H 2 

DC-10 FLIGHTS INAUGURATED BY AMERICAN FROM RDU HUB H 2 

AMERICAN AIRLINES' NEW DIVISION GETS MIAMI HEADQUARTERS H 2 

PLANE DELAYS SLOW RDU HUB PLANS S 2 

AMERICAN TICKET OFFICE SET IN OMNI H 2 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY AND JUNIOR COLLEGES 
CAROLINA GOVERNORS EARN COMMUNITY COLLEGE AWARDS 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS 
SEE ALSO PROFESSORS, U.S. 

HARDINJ COMPETITION FOR FACULTY STIFF CHH 

DEANS ADDRESS NEEDS OF FUTURE CHH 

AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
SIENA, FEARRINGTON RECEIVE AAA KUDOS 
HOTELS GET AAA AWARD 

AMERICAN BAKERIES CO. 

FOUR BAKERY COMPANIES TO PAY OVER «1 MILLION 

AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO. 

SEE ABC (AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO.) 

AMERICAN BUILDERS INC. 

GOODWILL EFFORT PAYING OFF FOR COMPANY H 

CONTRACTORS' DISPUTE LEADS TO THEFT CHARGE H 

AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION, BARTLETT DURHAM CHAPTER 

WOMAN OF THE YEAR S 

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS S 

SPECIAL AWARD S 

NEW OFFICERS S 

AMERICAN CAMPUS 



S 
E 
-DATE — C -PG 



1/04/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/12/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/18/1989 
1/21/1989 
1/28/1989 
2/03/1989 
2/04/1989 
2/04/1989 
2/12/1989 B 
2/12/1989 D 
2/14/1989 
2/22/1989 
2/22/1989 
3/01/1989 
3/08/1989 
3/08/1989 
3/10/1989 
3/12/1989 B 
3/22/1989 A 
4/15/1989 A 
4/29/1989 B 
5/04/1989 C 
6/13/1989 
6/14/1989 
7/11/1989 
7/18/1989 
7/20/1989 
8/15/1989 
8/16/1989 
8/20/1989 
9/02/1989 
9/13/1989 
9/14/1989 
9/14/1989 
9/21/1989 
11/09/1989 
11/16/1989 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

E 

N S78 

N S78 

N 

N P41 

N 

N R80 

N H65 

N P41 
P N 

N 
PN P41 

N P41 

N P41 

N 

N P41 

N T32 

P T32 

N 

P K30 

N M06 

N K65 

N P41 

N K65 

N H65 

N 

N H65 

N S92 

N 

N 

N K65 

N 

N K65 

N 

P S76 

N K65 

N 

N E33 

N 



S 2 4/13/1989 A 9 N 



1 4/04/1989 A 
1 9/26/1989 A 



3 P N S17 

3 P N H25 



CHH 1 2/27/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 11/24/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 1/05/1989 D 4 N 



2 5/11/1989 C 
2 6/21/1989 C 



2 3/15/1989 B 

2 5/10/1989 C 

2 5/13/1989 A 

2 9/13/1989 C 



P N C47 
N C47 



3 P P T32 

2 P P T44 
5 P P S76 

3 P P S73 



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SEE ALSO AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., BUILDING 
ABRAH'S AMERICAN NEWSLETTER SEEKS SUPPORT OF PUBLIC 
INDECISION HURTS MUSEUM 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY PLANS SECOND ANNUAL 24-HOUR FUN RUN 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, DURHAM CHAPTER 
ALL FOR A GOOD CAUSE 
THE LONGEST DAY IN GOLF 

LEADER OF CANCER SOCIETY HOPES TO MAKE PROGRAMS MORE VISIBLE 
DURHAM POLICE WIN MEDAL IN CANCER SOCIETY'S RUN 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, ORANGE COUNTY CHAPTER 
DAYS OF THE DAFFODILS 
JAIL-A-THON STARTS TUESDAY IN MALL 
WORKING TO GET OUT 

LOCAL CANCER GROUP TO ENLIST HELP OF ACTORS TO RAISE FUNDS 
DOING TIMEj OFFICIALS GO 'BEHIND BARS' TO RAISE MONEY FOR CANCER GROUP 

AMERICAN CHAMBER PLAYERS 

TICKEKTS STILL AVAILABLE FOR SATURDAY'S CHAMBER PLAYERS PERFORMANCE, . , 
AMERICAN CHAMBER PLAYERS PERFORM SATURDAY AT DUKE 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 

THREE CHEMISTS EARN 50-YEAR CERTIFICATES/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 
CHEMICAL SOCIETY OFFERS SHORT COURSE 
DUKE CHEMISTRY PROFS TO BE HONORED 

AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

SEE ALSO CIVIL RIGHTS 

SAY NO TO THE OBSCENITIES; BUMPER STICKERS NO PLACE FOR FREEDOM TO... 

THE LORD'S NON-SECTARIAN PRAYER 

URINE ART SPURS AREA CALL TO 'WAR' 

ART OPPOSITION SURPRISES GREEN 

THERE'S NO NEED FOR AN ART WAR 

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 

A NOTE ON JUSTICE FOR THE NCCLU 

•MR CIVIL LIBERTIES' 

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 
BATTERED-WOMEN ADVOCATES LAUD NATIONAL PLAN 
PHYSICIANS SHOULD LOOK FOR MORE ABUSE CASES 

AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL ASSOCIATION 
DRUG TALKS OPTIMISM VS. REALISM 

AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION 

DESEGREGATION DISPUTE OFFICIALLY ENDS AT UNC 

AMERICAN CYANAMID CO. 

CITY MAY SEEK NEW BIDS DUE TO SOUTH AFRICA TIES 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

SEE ALSO THE NEXT STEP... (DURHAM SUN COLUMN) 
SEE ALSO SAMUEL H. SCRIPPS AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL AWARD 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES NEW SEASON LINEUP 

ADFt AGAIN, DANCE FESTIVAL WILL HAVE A DISTINCTIVELY INTERNATIONAL CAST 

ARTICLES: DESIGN IS WINNER; ADF PHONES HOMES 

ARTS COUNCIL, ADF ANNOUNCE WINNERS IN DESIGN CONTESTS 

SOCK HOP KICKS OFF ADF DRIVE 

CAN ADF FIND A HOME? 

COMING ATTRACTION 

BANNER DAY 

ADF.. ..AND THE BOOM GOES ON 

A FOOT UP ON ADF '89; FESTIVAL PREVIEW 



S I T 
E ELY 

D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



2 8/29/1989 C 1 
2 10/25/1989 A 4 



H R63 
E 



H 2 8/23/1989 B 6 N C60 



S 2 5/02/1989 A 

H 2 8/09/1989 D 

H 2 9/30/1989 C 

S 2 11/22/1989 A 



8 P P S76 
1 P P S73 
12 P N S22 
6 N 



CHH 

CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



4/07/1989 
4/10/1989 
4/12/1989 
4/22/1989 
8/24/1989 



3/27/1989 C 
3/30/1989 D 



S 2 7/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/25/1989 A 
S 2 9/12/1989 C 



H 2 4/11/1989 A 
H 2 5/28/1989 D 
H 2 11/08/1989 A 
S 2 11/08/1989 A 
H 2 11/13/1989 A 
H 2 11/15/1989 A 
H 2 11/15/1989 A 
H 2 11/19/1989 E 
CHH 1 11/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/08/1989 A 



H 2 8/16/1989 A 
H 3 1/12/1989 C 



3/23/1989 D 
4/13/1989 B 
4/20/1989 D 
5/01/1989 B 
5/04/1989 D 
5/25/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/26/1989 
6/04/1989 
6/08/1989 



P K30 
N 

P L38 
N 
N H90 



1 N 
7 PP 



3 N 
3 N 
1 N 



E 
E 

N N36 
N E33 
E 

N S22 
N N36 
U 668 
E 
N 



3 N L90 
3 P N L90 



4 E 

1 N 



S 2 11/30/1989 A 1 N C61 



3 
1 
9 
1 
4 
4 
1 

13 
1 
1 



N 

F W66 
N 659 
U U66 
I 
E 

P K30 
P 

F W66 
P 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



DANCEWATCHER TALKS; AFTER 34 YEARS OF LOOKING, REINHART STILL FEELS... 

FIRST STEPS 

ECONOMIC CRISIS MAY FORCE BALLET GROUP TO MISS ADF 

ADF AWARD CARRIES SENSE OF HISTORY 

FAMILIAR FEET SETTLE THE ADF INTO »89 SEASON THIS WEEK 

DANCE FESTIVAL OPENS, NODDING TO FUTURE, PAST 

ADF AWARD HONORS DANCE PIONEERS 

ARGENTINE DANCERS TRY TO RAISE AIRFARE TO ATTEND ADF DEBUT 

THE NEXT STEP. 

LUBOVITCH COMPANY SHINES AT DANCE FESTIVAL 

BEAUTIFUL DANCE REMAINS MYSTERY; JUST HOW DOES LAR LUBOVITCH DO IT? 

ADF, WEEK V, A SLOW START WITH EIKO & KOMA 

TREE RETREAT FOR STUDIES 

CHOREOGRAPHERS SHED CONVENTIONS, CLOTHES 

EIKO AND KOMA WORK SPELL IN WATERY WORLD ONSTAGE AT THE ADF 

ADF OFFERS FREE TALKS ABOUT BLACK DANCE 

THE BLACK TRADITION/MODERN DANCE'S LOST LINE IS RECLAIMED AT THE ADF 

BLUES FOR THE JUNGLE; '60'S CLASSIC REVIVED AT ADF 

HE TELLS IT LIKE IT IS (AND WAS) 

THE NEXT STEP: CLASSIC REVIVALS, SOUTH AMERICAN MOVES 

COMPANY'S COMING 

JAZZ WIND BLOWS IN WITH 2 DANCE TROUPES 

ARGENTINE BALLET COMPANY TO PERFORM 

DANCER RETURNS TO HIS NATIVE DURHAM TO 'TOE THE LINE' 

DANCES OFFER MOVING HISTORY 

ARGENTINE DANCERS TO MAKE IT TO DURHAM 

'BALLETOMANIA': THEATER AS SHARED ART 

SHAPES OF THE INNER EXPERIENCE; SOUTH AMERICANS BRING A VISION... 

SOUTH AMERICAN DANCE CO. PERFORMS TONIGHT 

MUSICAL GIFT ON FATHER'S DAY/TUESDAY TALK 

MOLISSA FENLEY, DOUG VARONE: A MEETING OF CREATIVE MINDS 

LATIN DANCE TROUPES SHOW CONTRAST IN STYLES AT FESTIVAL 

SOUTH AMERICANS HAVE STYLE 

STAGE IS SET AT DUKE FOR ARGENTINEAN DANCERS 

NUCLEODANZA'S A HIT AT THE DANCE FESTIVAL 

DANCERS EVOKE SCENES FROM JUNGLE TO CITY 

COMPANY FROM ARGENTINA MAKES IT TO DURHAM 

THE NEXT STEP... 

HOST FAMILIES NEEDED FOR DANCERS 

DANZAHOY STUNS WITH DARING DANCE 

TANGO DANCERS OFFER STILLETO FLICKS OF SEXUAL DRAMA 

ARGENTINA'S BALLET CONTE>PORANEQ EMBODIES SPIRIT OF THE TANGO 

FORMS OF TANGO HIGHLIGHT PERFORMANCES OF ARGENTINES 

RANDOM MESSA6ES FROM YOUNG CHOREOGRAPHERS 

DANCE, MUSIC MIX WELL AT ADF CONCERT 

ITALIAN DANCEMAKER SEES GHOSTS 

TVE f€XT ST EP 

YVES MUSARD's'dANCE IS ODDLY MOVING 

SUTKI'S 'AHNUN6' IS DARK DANCE 

HE'S GOT RHYTHM 

AN INTRIGUING, OCCASIONALLY BAFFLING PIECE OF DANCE THEATER 

IN 1980S, FRENCH DANCE REVOLUTION TRACES ITS ROOTS BACK TO VERSAILLES 

TRADITION OF SPANISH SURREALISTS INVOKED 

•INEZ' DANCE IS PUZZLING WORK 

LA P'TTTE CIE TICKLES FUNNYBONE AT ADF 

DANCERS OFFER HIGH STYLE, SIMPLE ELEGANCE 

FRENCH ARE SMASHING SUCCESS 

LIBERTE. EGALITE, FRATERNITE (AND DANCE FOR ALL!) 

FRENCH COMPANY'S DANCES INSPIRED BY COURT OF LOUIS XIV 

FINN HAS FUN 

NEXT STEP! HOVING SHARES GIFT 

ARTICLES: JONES TO SING AT KENNEDY CENTER 

DUROURE DANCES MEDIEVAL FANTASY 

ON BASTIL LE DA Y! FRENCH DANCE CAPTURES AUDIENCE 

FESTIVAL OFFERS EVENTS 

IN FRENCH DANCE, THE BEST CAME LAST 

THREE NEW DANCES SPEAK OF FINLAND, VENEZUELA AND ARGENTINA 

ADF SERVES AS PORT OF ENTRY FOR INTERNATIONAL DANCE IDEAS 

BRUMACHON PRESENTS POWERFUL DANCE 

DANCE LEGEND 'GROWING UP' IN ADF SHOW 



N 
P 

S 
S 

s 

H 
H 
H 
S 
S 

s 

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

s 

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



E 
D 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 



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6/08/1989 D 
6/08/1989 D 
6/09/1989 C 
6/11/1989 E 
6/12/1989 B 
6/12/1989 C 
6/12/1989 C 
6/15/1989 A 
6/15/1989 D 
6/16/1989 C 
6/16/1989 B 
6/19/1989 B 
6/20/1989 B 
6/20/1989 B 
6/20/1989 B 
6/20/1989 B 
6/22/1989 B 
6/22/1989 D 
6/22/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/24/1989 
6/25/1989 B 
6/25/1989 E 
6/26/1989 B 
6/26/1989 C 
6/27/1989 A 
6/27/1989 A 
6/27/1989 B 
6/27/1989 B 
6/27/1989 C 
6/28/1989 
6/29/1989 
6/29/1989 
6/29/1989 
6/30/1989 
6/30/1989 
7/01/1989 
7/01/1989 
7/02/1989 B 
7/03/1989 B 
7/03/1989 A 
7/06/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/07/1989 
7/07/1989 
7/07/1989 
7/09/1989 
7/09/1989 
7/11/1989 
7/11/1989 
7/12/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/15/1989 
7/15/1989 
7/15/1989 
7/16/1989 B 
7/18/1989 C 
7/18/1989 C 
7/18/1989 B 
7/18/1989 C 



F B71 
G B71 

N 

F W66 

N U66 

N 

N B71 

N 
B71 
L59 
L34 
W66 
T32 
L59 
B71 



M31 
T37 
G59 
B71 
B71 
L5? 

B71 
B71 



668 

Zll 

N T77 

U W15 

R 

L59 

B71 

T77 

B71 

L59 

B71 



R 
R 
N 

R 

R 

F 

G 

N Bll 

R L34 
L59 
L34 
L59 
L59 
L34 
B71 



B71 
B71 
S76 
L59 
L59 
L59 
B71 
B71 
L59 
B71 



B71 
B71 
B71 
N G59 
R L59 
L34 



L59 
L59 

L34 
B71 



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GRAB BAG OF DANCE PLEASURES OPENS 

MAGIC MOMENTS 

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

ARMFUL OF DELIGHTS PILOBOLUS CLOSING '89 DANCE FESTIVAL 

'GROWING UP' IS HIGHLIGHT 

PILOBOLUS DELIGHTS WITH WONDERFUL NEW DANCE! 'DEBUT C 

A GHOST, A SAGE, A TREASURE, A DANCER 

THIS YEAR. AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL TURNED INTERNATIONAL 

footnotes: ADF SEASON A SCORCHER 

ARTISTS ON THEIR TOES IN 'BALLETOMANIA' 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, ATTENDANCE 

26,000 ATTENDED 39 PERFORMANCES OF 1989 AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL. BUDGET _ 

MILLER PROVISION CALLS FOR PRIVATE AGENCIES LISTING STATE MONEY USE 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, HEADQUARTERS 
CAN ADF FIND A HOME? 
ADF DESERVES PERMANENT HOME 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL'S CHOREOGRAPHERS & COMPOSERS WORKSHOP FOR YOUNG... 
SEE ALSO CHOREOGRAPHERS 

RANDOM MESSAGES FROM YOUNG CHOREOGRAPHERS 
DANCE, MUSIC MIX WELL AT ADF CONCERT 

AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO DIABETES 
HUNTER MAKING PITCH FOR DIABETES FOUNDATION/BASEBALL NOTES 

AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK 

SCHOOLS TO MARK EDUCATION WEEK 
N.C. SUPERINTENDENT TO VISIT AREA SCHOOLS 
ETHERIDGE PRAISES SCHOOLSFCR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT 
BALL AT THE MALL 

AMERICAN FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 
MUTUAL, GREENSBORO S&LS TO MERGE 

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 
AFL-CIO DISCUSSES LEGISLATIVE AGENDA 
N.C. LEADER CALLS '80S TOUGH 
JOHN PAUL MCKELLAR N.C. AFL-CIO LEADER 

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C. 
NATIONAL EDUCATOR SEES AMERICAN SCHOOLS FAILING 

AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR THE BLIND 

SEE ALSO BLIND 

AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR BLIND TO HONOR NATIVE OF ROXBORO 

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION 

HEART ASSOCIATION SETS 40TH ANNUAL MEET 
PERKY PATIENT 

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION, DURHAM CHAPTER 

WINNING STUDENTS' HEARTS GOAL OF MEDICAL GROUP 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO U.S., HISTORY 
LEUCHTENBURG SELECTED TO HEAD AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

AMERICAN HOME WEEK 

SALUTING AMERICAN HOME WEEK (SPECIAL SECTION) 

AMERICAN LEGION 

LEGION CEREMONY HONORS SACRIFICES OF NATION'S VETERANS 
LEGION VETERAN CAPS CAREER 
HILLSBOROUGH HONORS LEGION COMMANDER 



E 
D 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



— DATE- 

7/20/1989 
7/20/1989 
7/20/1989 
7/21/1989 
7/21/1989 
7/22/1989 
7/23/1989 
7/25/1989 
7/27/1989 
8/12/1989 



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L59 
B71 
B71 
L59 
B71 
B71 
M31 
L59 
B71 



H 2 8/07/1989 B 
H 2 8/03/1989 C 



H 2 5/25/1989 A 
H 2 6/23/1989 A 



1 P N RAO 
1 N L40 



4 E 
4 E 



2 7/03/1989 B 
2 7/03/1989 A 



7 

11 



R L59 
R L34 



H 2 5/21/1989 C 2 P N C52 



S 2 11/10/1989 C 
CHH 1 11/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/15/1989 A 
S 2 11/16/1989 C 



1 P N Yll 
3P N H90 
3 P N H90 
3 P P T37 



H 2 10/10/1989 B 5 P N C60 



H 2 1/19/1989 A 
H 2 9/04/1989 A 
H 2 12/24/1989 B 



11 N 

1 P N S69 

2 P 



CHH 1 2/10/1989 A 1 P N S17 



H 1 1/31/1989 B 1 N T33 



H 2 5/17/1989 C 
H 2 6/01/1989 B 



3 N 
5 P P S76 



H 2 12/10/1989 B 1 P N C60 



CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 
H 2 4/29/1989 D 



CHH 1 5/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/14/1989 A 



5 P N 
1 DF 



1 P N M25 
1 P N L90 
3 N D38 



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BYL 



AMERICAN LEGION, POST 7 

HERO HONORED S 

NEW OFFICERS S 

LEGION LEADER WANTS TO RECRUIT YOUNGER VETS H 

AMERICAN LEGION AWARD S 

CHRISTMAS CHEER S 

AMERICAN LEGION, POST 452 

HILLSBOROUGH HONORS LEGION COMMANDER 

AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY, POST 7 
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OFFICERS 

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SOCIALIZED MEDICINE 
SEE ALSO SURGERY 

FORGET AMA PROPOSAL 

NURSING; AIDES FACE ADDITIONAL REGULATIONS 

AHA WANTS NEW TECHNOLOGIST, HIGHER NURSE AIDES' STANDARDS 

AHA HEAD DETAILS FIGHT TO PROTECT HEALTH CARE 

AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE 

RECRUITING TV SERIES HAY BOOST STATE'S MOVIE INDUSTRY 

AMERICAN RED CROSS 

SEE ALSO BLOOD DONORS 
SEE ALSO BLOODNOBILE 

HELP SOMEONE LIVE 

UNITED WAY GIVES $3,845 TO RED CROSS 

AMERICAN RED CROSS, CAROLINAS REGION 

RED CROSS SEEKS $4.9 MILLION FOR LAB AND OFFICE BUILDING 

AMERICAN RED CROSS, CENTRAL N.C. CHAPTER (DURHAM AND GRANVILLE CO. MERGE) 
GRANVILLE, DURHAM RED CROSS CHAPTERS MERGE 
RED CROSS UNIT RAISES $40,000 TO AID VICTIMS 
RED CROSS DRIVE HITS $1.52 MILLION 

AMERICAN RED CROSS, CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO (MERGED-AM. RED CROSS, ORANGE, CO) 
INOCULATIONS HAVE OFFICIALS BEGGING FOR BLOOD DONORS 
RED CROSS MUM ON LOCAL MERGER ISSUE 
A 'BLOOD HOUND' FOR DONORS 
LOCAL RED CROSS CHAPTERS VOTE TO MERGE 
BLOOD DRIVE GOAL FALLS SHORT 
ORANGE COUNTY BRACES FOR HUGO 

COUNTY RED CROSS HALFWAY TO HURRICANE HUGO RELIEF GOAL 
BLOOD SUPPLY HITS HOLIDAY LOW, RED CROSS SAYS 

AMERICAN RED CROSS, DURHAM COUNTY (MERGED INTO AM. RED CROSS, CEN. N.C. CH.) 
DURHAM RED CROSS NEEDS FUNDS FOR NEW BUILDING 
RED CROSS SEEKS $4.9 MILLION FOR LAB AND OFFICE BUILDING 
CRAWFORD TO HEAD RED CROSS CAMPAIGN 
RED CROSS ASSISTS TORNADO VICTIMS 
RED CROSS DRIVE 
BOARD MEMBERS 

READY TO GO 

IT'S A RED-LETTER DAY FOR THE RED CROSS/TUESDAY TALK 

THAT SPELLS RELIEF 

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 H 

GIFT HELPS RED CROSS DRIVE 

RED CROSS COLLECTIONS TOP $1 MILLION 

RED CROSS RAISES $1 MILLION TOWARD OFFICE, LAB 

RED CROSS ELECTS BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

RED CROSS NEEDS MORE SPACE 

RED CROSS WILL SEEK CONTRIBUTIONS TO BUY BLOOD COLLECTION BUS 



5/31/1989 A 

7/11/1989 C 

7/17/1989 B 

11/23/1989 C 

12/23/1989 C 



P P K30 
P P C45 
P N B05 
P P T37 
P P T32 



CHH 1 8/14/1989 A 
S 2 7/11/1989 C 



3 N D38 

3 P P C45 



H 


2 


1/29/1989 D 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/13/1989 B 


1 P N C60 


H 


2 


2/13/1989 B 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


2/18/1989 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/03/1989 A 


5 


j on 


H 


2 


1/02/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/15/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/07/1989 C 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 10/31/1989 C 


1 


N C60 


S 


2 11/02/1989 C 


1 


N C61 


S 


2 


11/21/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


E» 


1 


2/07/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 


1 1 


2/18/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


6/11/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


6/29/1989 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


7/03/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


9/22/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


9/28/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


12/29/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


S 


2 


4/06/1989 A 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 


4/07/1989 C 


1 


N 046 


S 


2 


5/06/1989 C 


1 


P N 


S 


2 


5/08/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


S 


2 


5/10/1989 A 


6 P P S76 


S 


2 


5/12/1989 C 


2 


P P K30 


S 


2 


5/13/1989 C 


1 P P S73 


H 


2 


5/16/1989 A 


6 P U W15 


S 


2 


6/07/1989 C 


9 P P S76 


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 


6/20/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


6/30/1989 A 


1 


N C61 


H 


2 


7/01/1989 C 


2 


N B05 


S 


2 


7/03/1989 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 


7/21/1989 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


8/26/1989 B 


2 


N C60 



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RED CROSS, ORANGE CO., 1989) 



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YOUTHS HONORED 

RED CROSS WRAPPING UP FUND-RAISER 

RED CROSS GOAL IN SIGHT 

GRANVILLE, DURHAH RED CROSS CHAPTERS MERGE 

AMERICAN RED CROSS, HILLSBOROUGH ( MERGED- AHER, 
RED CROSS OUT OF DISASTER HONEY 
RED CROSS HUH ON LOCAL MERGER ISSUE 
LOCAL RED CROSS CHAPTERS VOTE TO MERGE 

AMERICAN RED CROSS, TRIANGLE CHAPTER 
HUGO'S TOLL DRAINS RED CROSS FUND 

AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. 

AREA IMPACT SAID NIL IN GTE-AT&T DEAL 

AT&T EARMARKS $225,000 FOR NCSU PROGRAM 

STILL ON THE LINE/CHOPPER PATROL PROTECTS TELEPHONE CABLE 

AT&T GRANT PUTS DUKE AT FOREFRONT OF FINDING NEW TRANSISTOR MATERIALS 

AMERICAN TELEVISION AND COMMUNICATIONS CORP. 
SEE ALSO CABLEVISION OF DURHAM 
CREEDMOOR WAIVING 90-DAY NOTICE PERIOD FOR CHANGE IN CABLE TELEVISION... 

AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. 

AMERICAN TOBACCO TO CLOSE/THE DURHAM SUN 100 YEARS 

AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., BUILDING 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN CAMPUS 
ADARON TAKES OUT MORTGAGE 

SPLITTING THE MUSEUNi TWO SITES, OR ONE? THE DEBATE CONTINUES 
MUSEUM BACKING NOT SO SKIMPY 

HOW MUSEUM BOARD REACHED AGREEMENT ON PLAN FOR TWO CAMPUSES 
CAUTION RAISED ON BALLPARK 
N.C. MUTUAL SLOWS BALLPARK PLAN 
A SOLVABLE PROBLEM 
FIRE DAMAGES OLD AMERICAN BUILDING 
Cm COOL TO N.C. MUTUAL PROPERTY DEAL 
CITY VOTES DOWN MUTUAL SWAP PLAN 

MUTUAL DEFENDS BUILDING SWAP; SAYS TAX RECORDS ON DEAL OUTDATED 
WEBB OFFICIAL 'UNAWARE' OF BUILDING OFFER 
LAND-SWAP PLAN UNFAIR 

MUTUAL IS WILLING TO TRADE LAND, BACK REDEVELOPMENT 
COUNCILMEN CLASH ON MUTUAL DEAL 

MUTUAL, COUNCIL'S CAMPBELL DISAGREE ON BALLPARK'S EFFECT 
BARGAINING WILL REVEAL TRUTH OF MUTUAL CLAIM 
MUSEUM BEGINS FUND DRIVE, PLANS RENOVATION 

LIFE & SCIENCE MUSEUM FUND DRIVE LAUNCHED FOR 14 MILLION EXPANSION 
GOING AFTER 'TWO GREAT MUSEUMS' 
WOLFF CALLS BALLPARK KEY TO REVITALIZATION 
JOIN ME TODAY IN A WALK AWAY FROM GREED 
PLAN MAY CLEAR WAY FOR GLAXO DOWNTOWN 
NEW APPROACH AIDING GLAXO CLEARS HURDLE 
SCIENCE MUSEUM CONSIDERS MERGER 

GROWTH, LOSS OF AMERICAN TOBACCO SITE REASONS FOR LEAVING DOWNTOWN 
DUKE PARTNERSHIP WITH CITY GROWING, PANEL TELLS STUDENTS 
COUNCIL GIVES BOOST TO GLAXO'S DEVELOPMENT PLAN 
BASEBALL STADIUM OPTIONS 
A LITMUS TEST FOR THE MUSEUM 
ADARON, GLAXO SET TO CLOSE AMERICAN PROPERTY DEAL 
DURHAM OKS GLAXO LAND PURCHASE 
GLAXO SALE GIVES IMPETUS TO ADARON'S DURHAM PLANS 
GLAXO CONSTRUCTION SLATED TO BEGIN NEAR END OF YEAR 
AMERICAN TOBACCO PROJECT ON AGENDA 
DEVELOPER DISCUSSES DOWNTOWN DURHAM RENOVATION 
ABRAM SEEKS COUNTY FUNDS TO DEVELOP AMERICAN SITE 
SCRUTINIZE THIS PROPOSAL 
FRIENDSHIPS AND DEVELOPMENT 
PUBLIC COMMITMENT SHOULDN'T BE RUSHED 

SHOULD PUBLIC SPEND »25 MILLION FOR PARKING DECKS AT AMERICAN TOBACCO? 
AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT WILL DOUBLE DOWNTOWN 



S 2 8/29/1989 A 

S 2 9/06/1989 A 

H 2 9/19/1989 A 

H 2 10/31/1989 C 



CHH 1 2/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/29/1989 A 



10 P P T44 
1 N B53 
4 E 
1 N C60 



2 N R63 
1 N R63 
1 N H90 



H 2 10/06/1989 C 1 N S22 



S 


2 


1/04/1989 C 


1 N H65 


H 


2 


5/19/1989 C 


2 N H60 


CHH 1 10/27/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


S 


2 12/28/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


1 


3/30/1989 C 


1 N T33 


S 


2 


3/28/1989 C 


3PF 


S 


2 


1/03/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/15/1989 E 


1 P F S56 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/12/1989 D 


5P U 


H 


2 


2/21/1989 A 


1 N S69 


S 


2 


2/21/1989 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 


2/23/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/23/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/28/1989 A 


1 P N S69 


S 


2 


2/28/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


3/01/1989 A 


1 M N S69 


H 


2 


3/02/1989 A 


1 N S69 


H 


2 


3/02/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


3/02/1989 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


3/02/1989 C 


1 P N H70 


H 


2 


3/03/1989 C 


1 N S69 


S 


2 


3/04/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


3/07/1989 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


3/08/1989 A 


1 C N C60 


H 


2 


3/10/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


3/10/1989 A 


1 P N H70 


H 


2 


3/12/1989 D 


5 P U 


S 


2 


3/30/1989 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 


3/31/1989 A 


1 N S69 


S 


2 


4/07/1989 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


4/09/1989 D 


5 P U 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 C 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


4/19/1989 B 


6 N 


H 


2 


4/24/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/24/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/27/1989 B 


5 N 


S 


2 


6/09/1989 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


6/21/1989 A 


1 N R63 


S 


2 


6/21/1989 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 


8/11/1989 A 


1 N H65 


H 


2 


8/15/1989 A 


1 N S69 


S 


2 


8/15/1989 A 


1 M N M06 


H 


2 


8/16/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/19/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


8/19/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/20/1989 D 


5 P J 


H 


2 


8/23/1989 A 


4 J 



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SUBJECTS 



EDITORIALS EXAGGERATED PUBLIC COSTS IN AMERICAN PROJECT 

ABRAMJ AMERICAN NEEDS «17.8 MILLION 

ABRAM'S AMERICAN NEWSLETTER SEEKS SUPPORT OF PUBLIC 

TAXES SUBSIDIZE PARKING 

WEAST PUSHES CENTER FOR DURHAM 5TH-GRADERS 

SCHOOL CENTER GOOD IDEA 

RECORDS DISPUTE ALLEGATIONS THAT DEVELOPER BROKE 'HANDSHAKE DEAL' 

AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., HISTORY 

DUKE HITS CIGARETTE COMPETITORS WHERE IT HURTS 
AMERICAN TOBACCO STAFF FONDLY RECALL 40< AN HOUR 

AMERICAN TOBACCO INSTITUTE 

SEE TOBACCO INSTITUTE (WASHINGTON, D.C.) 

AMERICAN VILLAGE 

DURHAM WOMAN FOUND SLAIN AT HOME 

POLICE SEEK AUTOMOBILE LINKED TO KIRK MURDER 

SLAIN DURHAM WOMAN WAS STABBED TO DEATH 

NEIGHBORS SHOCKED, FRIGHTENED 

MRS. KIRK STABBED, POLICE SAY 

FRIENDS REMEMBER CYNTHIA J. KIRK 

POLICE! AMERICAN VILLAGE SLAYING PROBABLY NOT RANDOM ACT 

POLICE STILL SEEKING CLUES IN KIRK DEATH 



H 
S 
H 

H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
A GOOD LIFE SHATTERED/HUSBAND REBUILDS LIFE ON PIECES OF UNSOLVED MYSTER H 
DURHAM DETECTIVES HOT ON TRACELESS TRAIL H 



AMERICA'S CUP 

KEEP SPORTS OUT OF COURTS 
AMERICA'S CUP TAKEN UNFAIRLY 
DECIDE CUP ON THE WATER 
RIGHTFUL CLAIM TO AMERICA'S CUP 

AMERIMARK BUILDING PRODUCTS INC. 

ALUMARK MOVE WILL COST 102 XBS IN ROXBORO 

AMES POOLS 

AMES POOLS (AD) 

AMMUNITION 

SEE ALSO GUNS 
ARMY CALLED AFTER BAZOOKA SHELL FOUND 

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO HUMAN RIGHTS 
AMNESTY CHAPTER PLANS SATURDAY BENEFIT EVENT 
LOCAL AMNESTY GROUP COMMEMORATES PRISONER'S 5TH YEAR 
DUKE CHAPEL DEAN, MAYOR TO ASSIST AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL EFFORT MONDAY 

AMOS AND ANDY (DURHAM HOT DOG CAFE) 

DURHAM SONGWRITER EXPECTING ANOTHER NO. 1 COUNTRY HIT 
DONNA ANNE GREGORY'S 'AMOS AND ANDY'S'... 
CITY-SUBSIDIZED BUSINESSES CAN UNDERCUT COMPETITION 
NEW DOWNTOWN DURHAM IMAGE COMING SOON, DEVELOPER PROMISES 



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E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



8/25/1989 

8/28/1989 

8/29/1989 

9/03/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/21/1989 

11/03/1989 



2 4/19/1989 F 
2 4/19/1989 F 



L 

N C61 
N R63 
E 

N C47 
E 
L 



2 P F H06 
2 P F M06 



8/22/1989 

8/22/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/23/1989 

9/13/1989 

11/23/1989 

11/26/1989 

11/26/1989 



N MSI 
N B53 
N M51 
N M51 
N B53 
N B53 
N 

N B53 
N M51 
N M51 



2 3/30/1989 A 

2 4/03/1989 A 

2 9/22/1989 A 

2 9/23/1989 A 



H 1 11/04/1989 C 1 N H60 



S 2 4/19/1989 G 3 D A 



H 2 1/27/1989 C 1 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



1/13/1989 A 

7/17/1989 A 

12/02/1989 C 



H 2 5/08/1989 A 

S 2 5/25/1989 D 

H 2 6/21/1989 A 

H 2 9/19/1989 B 



3 N C62 
3 N M70 
2 N S22 



6 U W66 
6 P P 
4 L 
1 P N N36 



AMOS AND ANDY SHOW 
RADIO'S 'AMOS 



'N' ANDY* CHARACTERS MET IN DURHAM/THE WAY IE WERE 



AMUSEMENT PARKS 

SEE ALSO PARKS, N.C. 
TRIANGLE SHOULD HAVE AMUSEMENT PARK 

ANDES IMPORTS 

HE IMPORTS CRAFTS FRESH FROM ANDES 

ANDREW W. MELLON FOUNDATION 

HUMANITIES CENTER GRANT TO AID SCHOLARS 

'87 DUKE GRADUATE, SENIOR RECEIVE MELLON FELLOWSHIPS 

4 MELLON FELLOWSHIPS GO TO UNC SCHOLARS 



S 2 9/11/1989 C 1 P U 



S 2 7/04/1989 D 5 J A76 



H 2 3/19/1989 D 6 P N C47 



S 2 1/16/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 4/14/1989 C 14 N 
CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 5 N 



ANDREWS DIRECT TAILORS 



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A STITCH IN TINE 

ANDROCLES AND THE LION (PLAY) 

'ANDROCLES' GOOD TASTE OF ADULT PLAYS FOR KIDS 

ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW 

THE LEGACY OF ANDY'S AUNT BEE 

ANESTHESIA 

TINY BABIES RESPOND TO PAIN, STUDY SUGGESTS 

FOREIGN PHYSICIANS GIVE NEW INSIGHTS TO RESIDENTS IN ANESTHESIOLOGY 

ANGIER AVE. 

4 PEOPLE ESCAPE HOUSE FIRE 

ANGIER DUKE GYMNASIUM 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CAMERON STADIUM 

ANGIOPLASTY 

SEP ALSO HEART SURGERY 
study: FISH OIL LOWERS RISK OF REBLOCKED ARTERIES 

ANGLICANS 

SEE EPISCOPALIANS 

ANGOLA 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE TRADE CENTER RECEIVES DELEGATION FROM ANGOLA 

ANIMAL CONTROL 

SEE DOG CONTROL (INCLUDES CATS AND OTHER ANIMALS) 

ANIMAL HOSPITAL (CARRBORO, N.C.) 

HOSPITAL DESIGN ACTION UNCERTAIN 

ANIMAL HOSPITAL DESIGN CHANGE PROMPTS ACTION 



ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY AND SHELTER 

LETTER WAS WRONG 

LETTER TO SANTA: HOLD THE PUPPIES 

ANIMAL RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO HUNTING 

SEE ALSO N.C. NETWORK FOR ANIMALS INC. 

SEE ALSO STUDENTS FOR THE ETHICAL TREATMENT OF ANIMALS 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE ANIMAL AttARDCSS FESTIVAL 

RESEARCHER'S COMMENTS HOSTILE, HAPHAZARD 

ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUP DIRECTOR PLANS CHAPEL HILL WORKSHOP 

ANIMAL ACTIVISTS TURN UP HEAT ON UNC 

UNC TO JOIN ANIMAL RESEARCH MEETING AT RTP 

ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS BLAST RTP MEETING 

SECURITY JUSTIFIED, SCIENTISTS CLAIM 

RESEARCH GROUPS JOIN TO OPPOSE ANIMAL ACTIVISTS 

ACTIVISTS PROTEST CLOSED MEETING; ANIMAL RESEARCHERS MAY MEET AGAIN... 

MAKE ANIMAL RESEARCHERS ACCOUNTABLE 

MEETING WITH UNC OFFICIALS PLEASES ANIMAL RIGHTS ADVOCATES 

ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUP PUSHING VEGETARIAN DIETS 

ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUPS PLAN CANDLELIGHT VIGIL AT CHANCELLOR'S HOME 

FESTIVAL CELEBRATES HUMANE TREATMENT OF ANIMALS 

PETA MAILS FLIER ATTACKING UNC RESEARCH 

SETA INFORMATION REQUEST DENIED 

SHOPS PEDDLE 'CRUELTY-FREE' BEAUTY 

1989 BRINGS SHIFT IN ANIMAL TESTING 

ANIMALS 

BLESSED ARE THE ANIMALS 



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

H 2 1/05/1989 B 1 P P A47 
H 2 11/02/1989 A 6 R P10 
H 2 12/09/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 7/05/1989 A 2 N 
H 2 11/07/1989 A 9 N D80 



H 2 12/17/1989 B 1 P N 



H 2 4/20/1989 A 16 N C60 



H 2 9/24/1989 D 6 M N K65 



CHH 1 12/07/1989 A 3 P N C62 
CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 3 N C62 



H 2 12/13/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 12/16/1989 A 4 E 



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



1/03/1989 

1/26/1989 

2/10/1989 

2/18/1989 

2/19/1989 

2/23/1989 

2/24/1989 

2/24/1989 

2/26/1989 

4/14/1989 

4/16/1989 

4/25/1989 

7/25/1989 B 

10/02/1989 A 

10/26/1989 A 

12/30/1989 A 

12/30/1989 A 



L 

N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N K65 
N S17 
L 

N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
F 859 
N S17 
N S17 
N 
N 



H 2 10/09/1989 B 1 P P T32 



ANIMALS, CONTROL OF 



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SUBJECTS 



SEE DOG CONTROL (INCLUDES CATS AND OTHER ANIMALS) 

ANIMALS. CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 

SEE ALSO PEOPLE FOR THE ETHICAL TREATMENT OF ANIMALS 

ALLOWING STARVATION UNTHINKABLE 

JAIL TERM UNUSUAL FOR ANIMAL NEGLECT 

SENATE CALLS FLAG-BURNING SHAMEFUL ACT 

DOTTIE GOES HOME; ABUSED DALMATIAN PUP LEAVES SHELTER WITH NEW OWNER 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN CAR 

ANIMALS, DISEASES 

SEE ALSO PETS, HEALTH CARE 
FRED WAS PROUD TOMCAT, BUT NO MATCH FOR FELINE VIRUS 

ANIMALS, MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO DUKE PRIMATE FACILITY 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., ANIMAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO N.C. NETWORK FOR ANIMALS INC. 

SEE ALSO PEOPLE FOR THE ETHICAL TREATMENT OF ANIMALS 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, ANIMAL RESEARCH 

CONTINUE ANIMAL RESEARCH 

ANIMAL RESEARCH ANTIQUATED 

EXPLOITING RESEARCH ANIMALS 

GLAXO PLANS ORANGE ANIMAL 'FACILITY' 

ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUP DIRECTOR PLANS CHAPEL HILL WORKSHOP 

UNC TO JOIN ANIMAL RESEARCH MEETING AT RTP 

ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS BLAST RTP MEETING 

SECURITY JUSTIFIED, SCIENTISTS CLAIM 

RESEARCH GROUPS JOIN TO OPPOSE ANIMAL ACTIVISTS 

ACTIVISTS PROTEST CLOSED MEETING; ANIMAL RESEARCHERS MAY MEET AGAIN... 

MAKE ANIMAL RESEARCHERS ACCOUNTABLE 

ANIMAL RECORDS STOLEN FROM DUKE RESEARCH LAB 

PETA URGES CONSUMER CHANGES 

ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUP PUSHING VEGETARIAN DIETS 

UNC FIGHTS FIRMER LAB ANIMAL RULES 

ACTIVIST CANCELS MEETING 

LETTER WAS WRONG 

ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO EXTRATERRITORIAL AREA 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C, ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, ANNEXATION 

STEM ANNEXATION BILL PUT ON HOLD 

STEM TO DISCUSS ANNEXATION PLANS ON MONDAY NIGHT 

STEM WINDS DOWN ITS PLAN FOR ANNEXING HUGE PARCEL 

ANNIE SAILER DANCE COMPANY 

ANNIE SAILER DANCE COMPANY CLOTHES WORK IN MYSTERY 

ANOREXIA NERVOSA 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
SEE ALSO EATING 
SEE ALSO HUNGER 
BEFORE TWIGGY; AUTHOR DEBUNKS MYTHS ABOUT ANOREXIA 



-DATE- 



S 
E 

C -PG 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 



H 2 


3/05/1989 D 


4 E 


CHH 1 


5/27/1989 A 


3 N H90 


H 2 


6/28/1989 D 


9 N 


CHH 1 


7/29/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


H 2 


8/23/1989 B 


6 N M51 



H 2 10/17/1989 C 10 P N J40 



H 2 

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



1/04/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/22/1989 
1/26/1989 
2/18/1989 
2/19/1989 
2/23/1989 
2/24/1989 
2/24/1989 
2/26/1989 
2/28/1989 
4/16/1989 
4/16/1989 
7/27/1989 
7/27/1989 
12/13/1989 



L 

L 

L 
M N H90 
P N S17 

N S17 
P N S17 

N S17 

N K65 
P N S17 

L 

N S92 
P N S17 

N S17 
P N S17 

N S17 

E 



ANOTHER WOMAN (FILM) 

EAVESDROPPING IS THE THEME OF ALLEN'S 



'ANOTHER WOMAN' 



H 2 4/13/1989 C 1 N R53 
H 1 4/14/1989 C 1 M N T33 
H 2 4/18/1989 A 1 N P41 



S 2 5/04/1989 D 10 R B71 

CHH 1 9/28/1989 A 3 P N M25 
H 2 7/21/1989 D 4 P R L59 



ANOTHERTHYME 



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SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, DURHAM 
MARY BACON, OWNER AND CHEF OF ANOTHERTHYME. ., 
POLICE LOG/THIEVES TAKE ITEMS VALUED AT «,700 

ANTHONY J. HCKEVUN AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
ACC AWARD IN HAND, FERRY HULLS EUROPE 

ANTI-ABORTION GROUPS 
SEE ABORTION 
SEE PRO-LIFE MOVEMENT 

ANTI-CANCER DRUGS 

SEE CHEMOTHERAPY 



ANTI-DEPRESSANTS 

SEE ALSO DEPRESSION (EMOTIONAL STATE) 
SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 

MED SCHOOL WANTS SUBJECTS FOR TESTING ANTI-DEPRESSION DRUG 

FIGHTING DEPRESSION 

NEW ANTIDEPRESSANT WILL REACH DRUGSTORES IN AUGUST 

COMPANY INTRODUCES IT FIRST ANTIDEPRESSANT DRUG 

ANTI-INFLATION PROGRAM 
SEE INFLATION, U.S. 

ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO COALITION FOR ALTERNATIVES TO SHEARON HARRIS 

SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 

SEE ALSO INTERNATIONAL PHYSICIANS FOR THE PREVENTION OF NUCLEAR 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR ENERGY 
ACTIVISTS SCHEDULE PROTEST 

LALL TO MAKE CASE IN CHAPEL HILL AGAINST NUCLEAR WAR SYSTEM 
SPEAKER URGES GLOBAL THINKING, LOCAL ACTION FOR ARMS SECURITY 
NUCLEAR POWER FOE EDDLEMAN HAS FILED 350 ISSUES WITH NRC 
RESOLUTION URGES NUCLEAR TEST BAN 

ANTI-SEMITISM 
SEE ALSO JEWS 
CROSS NO BASIS FOR ANTI-SEMITISM 

ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

SEE TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

ANTI-TRUST LAWS 

LET TV VIEWERS BE THE JUDGES 

TUITION PRICE-f IXING PROBE SPARES DUKE 

ANTIQUE SHOWS 

WILTON CELEBRATES 'GREAT GRANVILLE DAY' 

ANTIQUES 

SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, ANTIQUE 
ANTIQUE FAIR HELD MONTHLY IN DURHAM 

ANTIQUES (MAGAZINE) 

SPOTLIGHT SHINES ON HILLSBOROUGH'S AYR MOUNT 

ANTS 

SEE ALSO INSECTS, PESTS 
ANTS FELL TREE 

ANXIETY 

SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 
SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 
SEE ALSO STRESS 
CHRONIC WORRIERS CAN GET SOME RELIEF 



WAR 



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



H 2 10/20/1989 D 11 P P R56 
H 2 12/25/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 2 7/30/1989 B 1 P N C49 



CHH 1 2/23/1989 A 5 N 

CHH 1 6/06/1989 A 5 P N 817 

S 2 6/28/1989 A 13 U 

H 2 8/23/1989 C 1 N K65 



CHH 1 9/05/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 9/22/1989 A 12 P N 

CHH 1 9/25/1989 A 3 P N 

H 2 11/05/1989 B 1 U N36 

CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 3/24/1989 A 4 J 



H 2 8/11/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 8/23/1989 A 1 N M06 



H 2 4/30/1989 B 1 P N T33 

H 2 12/22/1989 D 6 P N W66 

CHH 1 6/12/1989 A 3 P N H90 

H 2 7/21/1989 C 2 P P T32 

S 2 1/26/1989 A 6 P F S27 



ANYTHING GOES (MUSICAL) 



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2 4/20/1989 C 
2 4/21/1989 A 



H 2 2/17/1989 C 
H 2 7/22/1989 C 
S 2 7/22/1989 C 



CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 



5/22/1989 A 

7/05/1989 B 

7/22/1989 A 

10/11/1989 B 

10/12/1989 C 



CHH 1 8/06/1989 A 3 P N S17 



'ANYTHING GOES' 

'ANYTHING GOES' AT NORTHERN TONIGHT 

APARTHEID 

SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 

EX-PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA CALLS FOR UPROOTING SOUTH AFRICAN SYSTEM 

APARTHEID FOES USE RIOT CAR TO SPUR SUPPORT FOR CAUSE 

APARTHEID SYMBOL 

APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO CONDOMINIUMS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, U.S. 

SEE ALSO HCREHEAD HILLS 

SEE ALSO POPLAR APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO TOUNHOUSES 

HIGH APARTMENT OCCUPANCY PLACING BURDEN ON LANDFILL 

DUKE CLEARS APARTMENTS FOR MEDICAL CENTER OFFICES 

HOSIERY MILL A HIGH-fRICED SUCCESS 

APARTMENT FIRE LEAVES 5 FAMILIES HOMELESS 

SIX FAMILIES HOMELESS AFTER BLAZE 

APERT'S SYNDROME 

RESHAPING A LIFE; UNC DOCTORS GIVE TEEN-AGER A NEW FACE 

APHASIA 

SEE ALSO SPEECH PATHOLOGY 
APHASIA RESULTS IN SEVERE FRUSTRATION, BUT THERAPY CAN BRING IMPROVEMENT H 2 5/30/1989 C 

^HRODISIAC 

ADVANCES IN APHRODISIAC RESEARCH EXCITE SCIENTISTS 

APOLLO SPACE MISSIONS 
SEE ALSO ASTRONAUTS 
cy f also SPACE TRAVEL 

MERCURY REUNION,- PIONEER ASTRONAUTS REMEMBER... (CORRECTED 6-18-89) 

APOLLO 11 'TOUGH ACT TO FOLLOW' 

JENZANO RECALLS APOLLO 11 CREW AT PLANETARIUM 

APPALACHIAN PUPPET THEATRE 

APPALACHIAN PUPPET THEATRE! NOSTALGIA IN A FARAWAY STYLE 
'GRIOT'S CORNER,' MAGIC TREE OFFER A LEARNING ADVENTURE 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV. 

ASU'S IMAGE POLISHED BY DURHAM COMPANY 

APPLE CHILL CLOGGERS 

FESTIVAL FOR THE ENO CELEBRATES 10TH YEAR 

APPLE CHILL FAIR 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL N C 

SEE ALSO FESTIFALL (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) (NAMED CHANGED TO WEST END STREET 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N,C. 

APPLE CHILL STAYS ON EAST FRANKLIN 

COUNCIL TO COLLECT CANfCD FOOD 

YOUR GUIDE FOR APPLE CHILL 

THOUSANDS BOB AROUND TOWN FOR APPLE CHILL 

WHERE'S THE CHILL? WEATHER SMILES ON ANNUAL STREET FESTIVAL 

APPLE CHILLj THE FACES IN THE CROWD 

APPLE CHILL; THE FACES IN THE CROWD 

BUBBLE MAN 

SUNDAY FUN 

FAIR IS OVERRUN WITH CAUSES 

APPLE CIDER 

THE BIG SQUEEZE 

APPLE COm/TER CO. 



1 P P S73 
10 P U S73 



2 P N N36 

1 P N S22 

2 P P S76 



1 N M70 
1 N S92 
1 P N C61 
1 P N B53 
1 P N M51 



S 2 7/19/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/20/1989 A 



H 2 1/13/1989 D 
H 2 2/03/1989 A 



1 P N C60 
7 U 



1 P N L90 
1 P N L90 
1 P N L90 



13 P F M60 
8 P N 



H 2 6/04/1989 B 4 N 



S 2 5/04/1989 D 3 P N K30 



FAIR) 



CHH 1 


2/25/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/16/1989 A 


12 M I 


H 2 


4/17/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


4/17/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


4/17/1989 A 


10 P P C45 


CHH 1 


4/17/1989 A 


10 P P T44 


S 2 


4/17/1989 A 


1 P P C45 


S 2 


4/17/1989 C 


1 P P T44 


H 2 


4/24/1989 A 


4 E 



CHH 1 8/30/1989 A 1 P P C45 



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SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 
SPEAKERS CALL FOR REVOLUTION IN SCHOOLS 
APPLE INTRODUCES NEW PRODUCTS TO TRIANGLE 

APPLES 

SEE ALSO FRUIT (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC FRUITS) 
N.C. APPLES ALAR-FREE, BUT GROWERS FEELING STING OF CONTROVERSY 
DURHAM CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS TO GET CANNED, NOT FRESH APPLES 
SOUNDING THE ALAR ALARMS 
A IS FOR APPLE AND NOT FOR ALAR 

APPLES IN BRIGHTLEAF 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, DURHAM 
BRIGHTLEAF RESTAURANT CLOSES, HAY REOPEN SOON 

APPRENTICESHP PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 
SEE ALSO JOB TRAINING 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 
APPRENTICES GET TASTE OF DOCTORS' MEDICINE 

APRICOTS 

SEE ALSO FRUIT (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC FRUITS) 
FLOWERING APRICOT PUTS ON ITS WINTER SHOW 

APRIL 

APRIL HAS SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY 

AQUACULTURE 

SEE ALSO COMMERCIAL FISHING INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO HYDROPONICS 

GOV. MARTIN URGES PROMOTION OF AQUACULTURE 

DUKE SCIENTISTS DEVELOP FISH FOOD 

THERE'S SOMETHING 'FISHY' ABOUT MAN'S FARM 

DUKE PROFS 'LURED' INTO FISH-fOOD STUDY 

ARBITRATION 

SEE BASEBALL. SALARY ARBITRATIONS 
SEE MEDIATION 

ARBITRON 

SEE ALSO RADIO 
FOUR-WAY TIE SURPRISES 

ARBOR DAY AND ARBOR WEEK 

ARBOR WEEK TO INCLUDE FREE EVENTS 

ELEMENTARY ART 

OUT ON A LIMB 

SPRING FLING 

TROPICAL 'BEACH' TURNED OUT CHILLY 

TREE TIME 

TREES OFFERED FOR JOINING FOUNDATION 

ARBOR LEA PHASE II (SUBDIVISION) 
CHATHAM FACING PAVING DECISION 

ARBORGATE INN 

CROSSING PROJECT STILL LACKING MOTH. 

ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO ANTIQUES 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C, RELICS 

SEE ALSO PETRIFIED WOOD 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, ARCHAEOLOGY 

NO GLAMOUR, JUST HARD WORK: FASCINATION OF ARCHAEOLOGY TRANSCENDS... 

SITE OF INDIAN VILLAGE ON ENO TO GET MORE STUDY 

ARCHAEOLOGY SESSIONS SCHEDULED 

DOCUMENTARY PREACHES TO ARCHAEOLOGY CHOIR 



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2/10/1989 C 
3/14/1989 A 



5P N K65 
12 N K65 



H 2 3/14/1989 C 7 N 

S 2 3/18/1989 A 1 N M06 

H 2 5/18/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 10/04/1989 B 1 P F Zll 



H 2 1/17/1989 A 8 N 

CHH 1 8/05/1989 A 1 P N S17 

H 2 1/29/1989 E 16 P U L38 

CHH 1 4/09/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 2/10/1989 A 11 N 

H 2 6/01/1989 C 3 N ISO 

S 2 7/05/1989 C 1 P F G59 

S 2 12/22/1989 D 8 N 



H 2 10/13/1989 D 17 N M60 



2/18/1989 
2/25/1989 
3/02/1989 
3/11/1989 
3/14/1989 
4/25/1989 
9/15/1989 



N H70 
P T37 
P T37 
P T37 
U U15 
P T37 
N 



CHH 1 4/11/1989 A 3 N M25 
CHH 1 4/06/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 4/05/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/05/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 

H 2 4/19/1989 C 



3 P N S17 
3 P N H90 
3 N 
2 R W66 



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SUBJECTS 



CHHS TEACHER TO DIG FOR LATIN 

DUKE ARCHAEOLOGISTS MAKE IMPORTANT DISCOVERY IN ISRAEL 

DURHAM SITE MAY YIELD SOUGHT-AFTER INDIAN VILLAGE 

UNC RESEARCHERS DELAY VISIT TO SITE 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE 'PRETTY MUCH TRASHED' 

GREENSBORO SCHOLARS UNCOVER NEW LAYER OF HISTORY 

ARCHITECTS U S 

DUKE PUTS UP PORTRAIT OF BLACK ARCHITECT ABELE 

ARCHITECTURAL BARRIERS 
SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 
BARNES TARGETS BARRIER REMOVAL 

STEEP RAMPS, STAIRWAYS MARK 1ST-YEAR MEDICAL STUDENT'S JOURNEYS TO CLASS 
UNC DISABILITY BILL CLEARS HURDLE 
DISABLED ACCESS FUNDING DENIED IN HOUSE 
LEGISLATURE KILLS BARRIER REMOVAL BILL 
HANDICAPPED ACCESS BENEFITS ALL AMERICANS 
ORANGE CO. BOARD OF EDUCATION TO CONSIDER BIDS 

ARCHITECTURE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 
ARCHITECTURE WEEK CELEBRATED WITH SERIES OF SPECIAL EVENTS/BENCH MARK 
OLD/NEW DURHAHj HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY WILL HONOR PROJECTS... 
HOPE PLANTATION REPLICA WINS AWARD 

ARCHITECTURE, U.S. 
PHOTO-ARCHITECT 

AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTERS 

UNC AWARDED HOME-HOSPICE CARE GRANT 

AHEC: CURRENT AIRPORT IS 'IDEAL' SITE 

NCMH IMPORTANT IN AIRPORT LOCATION, COMMISSIONERS SAY 

OFFICIALS QUESTION WHETHER ORANGE CO. MAY GET TWO AIRPORTS 

ARISTA TRIO 

ARISTA TRIO 

^IZONA 

MECHAM NOT DETERRED 

ARMED ROBBERY, CARRBORO 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, CARRBORO 
POLICE LOG/LOCAL STORE IS ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 
ABC STORE IS HELD UP AT GUNPOINT 

ARMED ROBBERY, CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, CHAPEL HILL 
POLICE LOG/TWO ROB RESTAURANT AT GUNPOINT 
REWARD OFFERED FOR ROBBERY INFO 
CONVENIENCE STORE ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 

ARMED ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BANK ROBBERY, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY. DURHAM 

GUN-WIELDING ROBBERS GRAB DIAMONDS 

ROOKIE OFFICER ARRESTS SUSPECTS IN HOLDUP OF DURHAM JEWELRY STORE 

POLICE PROBE PIZZA-STORE HEIST, KNIFEPOINT ROBBERY 

GUNMAN ROBS MART 

ARMED MAN ROBS DURHAM LIQUOR STORE 

'HUNGRY' WOMAN ROBS HER HOST 

MASKED MEN CRAWL VIA VENT, ROB RESTAURANT 

HOSTAGE TAKEN IN HOLDUP 

SECOND SUSPECT ARRESTED IN NOV. 18 SUBWAY ROBBERY 

KEN'S QUICKIE MART ROBBERS ELUDE POLICE 

HOSTAGE BELIEVED ACCOMPLICE 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH ABDUCTING TAXI DRIVER 

ROBBER KIDNAPS CAB DRIVER, WRECKS TAXI 

LIQUOR STORE ROBBED AGAIN 



N 

P 

CHH 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 



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6/16/1989 
11/24/1989 
12/03/1989 
12/05/1989 
12/06/1989 
12/13/1989 



N C62 
N 

N S69 
N 

N S69 
N H60 



H 2 4/28/1989 A 11 P N 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 

CHH 

S 

CHH 



5/12/1989 

5/12/1989 
5/26/1989 
7/02/1989 
8/14/1989 
9/16/1989 
11/06/1989 



N M20 
N K20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
E 
N H90 



4/16/1989 F 

5/02/1989 B 

12/03/1989 F 



1 N 
1 P F S56 
1 P N 



H 2 9/28/1989 B 1 P F S56 



CHH 1 1/05/1989 A 5 N 

CHH 1 3/20/1989 A 1 N S17 

CHH 1 3/23/1989 A 1 P N L90 

CHH 1 5/02/1989 A 1 N L90 



CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 6 P 



S 2 4/08/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 3/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/01/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 1/13/1989 A 2 P N M70 
CHH 1 12/24/1989 A 1 N W57 



s 


2 


1/09/1989 A 


t N B53 


H 


2 


1/10/1989 C 


1 P N M51 


S 


2 


1/14/1989 C 


L N 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


1/29/1989 B ' 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/31/1989 B 


L N 


S 


2 


2/02/1989 C 


I N B53 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 B 


I N 


H 


2 


2/06/1989 C 


N M51 


H 


2 


2/06/1989 C 1 


N M51 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 C 1 


L N 


S 


2 


2/07/1989 C 1 


N B53 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 C ' 


1 N M51 


s 


2 


2/09/1989 C 1 


N 



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P D 

SUSPECT QUESTIONED IN ARMED ROBBERY H 2 2/12/1989 B 11 

GUNMAN ROBS ABC STORE H 2 2/13/1989 B S 

2ND HAN HELD IN STORE HEIST S 2 2/14/1989 B 1 

GROUP SEEKINB TIPS ON ABC STORE HEISTS S 2 2/20/1989 C 1 

GUNMAN. COMPANION ROB STORE S 2 2/23/1989 C 1 

3 ROB ABC STORE; 4TH TO BE HIT IN MONTH S 2 2/24/1989 C 1 

UNION OFFICIAL BLASTS ABC BOARD FOR PUNISHING HEUMJP UORKER H 2 2/25/1989 C 1 

CLERK FIRES SHOTS AT 3 ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECTS H 2 2/27/1989 B 1 

DURHAM POLICE ARREST 2 IN CONVENIENCE-STORE HOLDUP S 2 2/27/1989 A 1 

TWO CHARGED WITH ROBBING STORE H 2 2/28/1989 C 3 

MAN FACING ANOTHER CHARGE S 2 2/28/1989 A 6 

ATTEMPTED THEFT IN BUTNER ADDED TO MAN'S CHARGES H 2 3/03/1989 C 3 

POLICE PROBE SHOOTING, ROBBERY S 2 3/04/1989 C 1 

ROBBER TURNS DOWN SOME EXTRA MONEY H 2 3/05/1989 B 1 

DRIVER ASSAULTED, ROBBED BY GUNMAN H 2 3/06/1989 C 5 

MAN FACES MORE ROBBERY CHARGES H 2 3/06/1989 C 9 

ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT SOUGHT H 2 3/08/1989 C 4 

POLICE SAY ARRESTS OF SIX SOLVE 17 ARMED ROBBERIES H 2 3/21/1989 C 1 

POLICE SAY ARRESTS TO SOLVE 17 HEISTS S 2 3/21/1989 C 1 

THREE MEN CHARGED IN HOLDUP OF 3 PEOPLE IN APARTMENT OFFICE H 2 3/23/1989 C 6 

7TH ARREST IN ROBBERIES H 2 3/23/1989 C 6 

ROBBERY OF CAR , COA T NETS 14 YEARS H 2 3/28/1989 C 6 

5TH MAN IS ARRESTED IN SERIES OF HEISTS S 2 4/01/1989 C 1 

POLICE SEEK ROBBER WHO STARTED FIRE S 2 4/04/1989 A 1 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 5 S 2 4/04/1989 A 1 

MAN ROBBED BY PAIR AT KNIFEPOINT H 2 4/09/1989 B 5 

DURHAM KIDNAPPER TAKES MOTHER, CHILD S 2 4/19/1989 A 1 

MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBING FAMILY S 2 4/19/1989 A 9 

WOMAN, BABY UNHARMED IN KIDNAPPING, ROBBERY H 2 4/20/1989 C 7 

MAN ARRESTED FOR HOLDUP IN HOME H 2 4/20/1989 C 7 

WOMAN SHOT TO DEATH, APPARENTLY BY THIEVES H 2 4/25/1989 C 1 

DEPUTIES IDENTIFY SLAIN WOMAN S 2 4/25/1989 A 1 

JURY INDICTS MAN IN SHOOTING DEATH S 2 5/03/198? A 1 

STORE ROBBED; CLERK IDENTIFIES JAIL ESCAPEE H 2 5/10/1989 C 1 

OFFICERS NAB HASKINS AFTER ABC ROBBERY S 2 5/10/1989 A 1 

TWO MEN ROB RESTAURANT H 2 5/14/1989 B 3 

ROBBERY VICTIH SHOT IN BACK H 2 5/15/1989 B 1 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS FUGITIVE S 2 5/15/1989 A 6 

AFTER THREE ROBBERIES, ABC CLERK SAYS THE NIGHT BRINGS TENSION NOW H 2 5/18/1989 C 1 

GUNMAN HOLDS UP STORE H 2 5/27/1989 C 3 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS H 2 5/29/1989 C 7 

BANK ROBBER ARMED WITH ROCK-IN-BAG FLEES WITH DEPOSIT H 2 4/14/1989 C 1 

TWO CONVENIENCE STORES ARE ROBBED H 2 6/14/1989 D 12 

VICTIM'S AUTO FOUND AT MALL; MAN ROBBED, STABBED WOMAN, DROVE OFF... S 2 6/17/1989 C 1 

MAN HELD IN SHOE-STORE HEIST S 2 6/21/1989 B 1 

MCNEIL SENTENCED TO 17 YEARS FOR ROBBING 2 CABBIES H 2 6/22/1989 D 10 

6 ROBBERIES NET 14-YEAR TERM H 2 6/23/1989 C 5 

MEN ROB ABC STORE ON INFINITY ROAD S 2 6/24/1989 C 1 

THREE MEN ROB ABC STORE, BIND CLERKS H 2 6/25/1989 B 6 

HAN CHARGED IN HEIST AT DRY CLEANER S 2 6/29/1989 C 1 

LAUNDRY HOLD-UP ARREST H 2 6/30/1989 C 3 

MAN CHARGED WITH ARMED ROBBERY AND THEFT OF AUTO H 2 7/03/1989 B 5 

DURHAM POLICE HOLD MAN IN HOTEL HEIST; TRIO HITS RESTAURANT S 2 7/03/1989 C 1 

THREE MEN ROB DURHAM RESTAURANT AT GUNPOINT H 2 7/04/1989 C 1 

ROBBERY, THEFT SUSPECT IDENTIFIED H 2 7/04/1989 C 3 

MAN ROBBED OF CASH, CAR AT KNIFEPOINT S 2 7/08/1989 C 1 

ARMED ROBBERS HOLD UP TWO LIQUOR STORES H 2 7/11/1989 B 1 

DURHAM MAN ARRESTED IN HEIST AT RALEIGH ABC STORE S 2 7/13/1989 C 1 

SUSPECT IN SEVERAL ARMED ROBBERIES ARRESTED IN RALEIGH H 2 7/14/1989 C 1 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ABC STORE HEIST S 2 7/14/1989 C 1 

SUSPECT FACES MULTIPLE COUNTS IN ABC HOLDUPS H 2 7/16/1989 B 7 

POLICE SAY 'PASSENGER,' COMPANION PULLED GUNS, ROBBED CABBIE S 2 7/19/1989 B 1 

TWO MEN ROB CABBIE H 2 7/20/1989 B 8 

DURHAM POLICE CHARGE 2 TEEN-AGERS WITH ROBBING TAXI DRIVER AT GUNPOINT S 2 7/20/1989 C 1 

AREA ABC STORE ROBBERY VICTIMS BLAST SECURITY H 2 7/21/1989 A 1 

DOMINO'S MANAGER ROBBED BY 2 MASKED GUNMEN H 2 7/21/1989 C 3 

DESPITE GUILTY PLEAS, 120-YEAR TERM POSSIBLE FOR 3 ARMED ROBBERIES H 2 8/03/1989 C 1 

PAIR 'ASK DIRECTIONS,' TAKE WALLET S 2 8/05/1989 C 1 

POLICE LOG/ASKED FOR DIRECTIONS,_HAN ROBBED AT GUNPOINT H 2 8/06/1989 B 4 

POLICE LOG/PEDESTRIAN HOSPITALIZED BY HIT-AND-RUN VEHICLE H 2 8/14/1989 B 5 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N A54 

N M51 

N B53 

N M51 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M51 

N B53 

N M51 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N B53 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

NB53 

N B53 

N M51 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N H51 

N 

N 

N M51 

N 

N B53 

N B53 

N 

N S82 

N 

N H51 

N B53 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N M51 

N 

N M70 

N B53 

N 

N 

N M51 

N B53 

N S22 

N C47 

N S82 

N 

N M51 

N M51 



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POLICE LOG/WOMAN BREAKS WRIST SAVING HER PURSE 

POLICE LOG/TRIO ATTACKS WOMAN WITH BASEBALL BAT. TAKES $60 

POLICE CHARGE 3 YOUTHS IN PIZZA PARLOR ROBBERY 

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

POLICE LOG/FRONT-DOOR KICKER SHOT, HOSPITALIZED 

POLICE LOG/2 ARMED ROBBERIES MAY BE RELATED 

MAN GETS 40 YEARS FOR DURHAM THEFTS 

POLICE LOG/ARSON SUSPECT ARRESTED IN VIRGINIA 

POLICE LOG/MOTEL AND RESTAURANT ROBBED; THIRD HOLDUP ATTEMPT THWARTED 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

ONE LESS UNKNOWN ENEMY 

ARMED ROBBERIES, NON-FATAL SHOOTINGS BRING 25-YEAR TERM 

16-YEAR-OLD GETS 15-YEAR SENTENCE IN ARMED ROBBERIES 

POLICE LOG/REPORTS DISAGREE ON ROBBER'S CLOTHING 

POLICE LOG/MAN WITH GUN ROBS SPORTSMAN CLUB 

MAN DRAWS 20 YEARS FOR ARMED ROBBERIES 

ROBBER RECEIVES 20-YEAR-TERM IN PLEA BARGAIN 

MAN ACCUSED OF ROBBING STORE ON SAME DAY HE WAS.. .TO GO TO PRISON 

MAN DUE AT PRISON COMMITTED ROBBERY INSTEAD-WARRANTS 

ROBBERY GUILTY PLEAS BRING 10-, 20-YEAR TERMS 

POLICE ARREST 2 MEN SOUGHT IN STORE HEIST 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH ARMED ROBBERY OF STORE CLERK 

POLICE CHARGE ACCUSED ROBBER WITH POSSESSING $20 IN COCAINE 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED IN ARMED ROBBERY OF FAST FARE 

MAN SHOT AS HE, WIFE STRUGGLE WITH STORE ROBBER 

POLICE CHARGE WOMAN WITH ROBBERY 

MAN ROBBED OF MONEY, CAR 

CHURCH JANITOR ASSAULTED, ROBBED FOLLOWING PRAYER 

ROBBER SENTENCED TO 35-YEAR TERM 

MAN WITH GUN ROBS WOMEN 

POLICE LOG/GUNMAN ROBS WOMEN IN DARRYL'S PARKING LOT 

MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY, SHOOTING 

DURHAM CRIME STOPPERS 

YOUTH GIVEN 20 YEARS FOR ROBBERIES 

CRIMESTOPPERS 

ANTI-CRIME GROUP SEEKS MAN WANTED FOR ROBBERY 

JUDGE SAYS MAN CAN BE RETRIED FOR ASSAULT 

DUCKING BULLETS, TEMPER 

MAN, 19.GETS 23 YEARS FOR 2 ARMED ROBBERIES 

DIGSBY GETS 25 YEARS FOR ROLE IN ROBBERIES 

POLICE LOG/ROOMING HOUSE BOARDER FACES COCAINE CHARGE 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN CITED IN ROBBERY OF NEIGHBOR, 80 

CHARLOTTE MAN SENTENCED FOR DURHAM ROBBERIES 

POLICE LOG/SLEEPING VISITOR STABBED 

POLICE ARREST 3 MEN IN ROBBERY, STABBING 

POLICE LOG/MAN ROBBED, STABBED i 3 MEN CHARGED 

POLICE LOG/P.D. QUIX STORE HELD UP BY 2 MEN 

POLICE L0G/65-YEAR-0LD DURHAM MAN ROBBED, SHOT 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKING REED 

POLICE LOG/SHOOTING CASE SUSPECT HELD ON '84 CHARGE 

POLICE LOG/MAN WITH PISTOL ROBS CRICKET INN, FLEES WITH $333 

POLICE LOG/EMPLOYEE SHOT IN PIZZA HUT ROBBERY TRY 

ARMED ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BANK ROBBERY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY* N C 

RESTAURANT EMPLOYEE' SHOT DURING HOLDUP IN OXFORD 

UADESBORO COUPLE IS CHARGED FOLLOWING SERIES OF HOLDUPS AND STABBINGS 

BURLINGTON RESTAURANT HELD UP BY TWO KEN 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH OXFORD ROBBERIES 

HASKINS SENTENCED TO 50 YEARS FOR SHOOTING BUTNER ABC OPERATOR 

40 YEARS ADDED TO ROBBER'S PRISON TIME 

CLERK KILLED; TEEN CHARGED IN HENDERSON 

ARMED ROBBERY, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEARCH FOR SUSPECT CONTINUES 
ROBBERY SUSPECT ARRESTED 
POLICE NEUS/HILLSBOROUGH MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 



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I T 


N 


E E 




L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 8/15/1989 B 


9 


N M51 


H 


2 8/18/1989 C 


8 


N N36 


S 


2 8/18/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 8/19/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 8/26/1989 C 


2 


N N36 


H 


2 8/30/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


S 


2 9/07/1989 C 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 9/08/1989 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 9/11/1989 B 


6 


N M51 


H 


2 9/11/1989 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 9/12/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 9/12/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 9/13/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 9/13/1989 C 


5 


N R63 


H 


2 9/14/1989 D 


8 


N N36 


S 


2 9/14/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 9/15/1989 A 


13 


NS82 


S 


2 9/15/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 9/16/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 9/19/1989 B 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 9/19/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 9/20/1989 C 


2 


N M51 


S 


2 9/22/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 9/25/1989 B 


5 


N H51 


H 


2 9/26/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 9/26/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 9/26/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 9/27/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 9/28/1989 C 


4 


N S82 


S 


2 9/30/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/01/1989 B 


8 


N M51 


H 


2 10/03/1989 B 


14 


N 


H 


2 10/16/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/20/1989 A 


10 


N S82 


H 


2 10/23/1989 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 10/30/1989 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 11/07/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 11/16/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/16/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 11/16/1989 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 11/26/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/29/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/08/1989 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/10/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 12/14/1989 B 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 12/15/1989 C 


1 


N C47 


H 


2 12/17/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/18/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 12/18/1989 C 


3 P N 


H 


2 12/19/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/27/1989 C 


1 


H 


H 


2 12/31/19B9 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 1/18/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 1/21/1989 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 2/06/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 3/24/1989 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 8/03/1989 C 


1 P N T33 


H 


2 9/07/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


1 12/12/1989 C 


1 


N 


CKH 1 3/04/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 3/08/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 10/07/1989 A 


7 


N 



ARMED ROBBERY, U.S. 



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ROBBERY SUSPECT SHOT BY POLICE; HOSTAGE FREED 

ARMENIANS 

EARTHQUAKE FUND TOPS ♦2,000; MORE IS SOUGHT 

SHOULD HILLSBOROUGH OPEN FOREIGN-AID OFFICE? (CORRECTED 1-13-89) 

GROUP RAISES *2,000 FOR QUAKE VICTIMS 

CORRECTION 

TRAGEDY'S AFTERMATH 

ARMORED CARS 

APARTHEID FOES USE RIOT CAR TO SPUR SUPPORT FOR CAUSE 
APARTHEID SYMBOL 

ARMS CONTROL 

SEE NUCLEAR WEAPONS 

ARMS SALE 

SEE ALSO IRAN/CONTRAS AFFAIR 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WEAPONS 
MOCKERY OF SOVIET GOOD WILL 

ARMY 

SEE U.S. ARMY 

ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS 

REAGAN'S BUDGET HAY LEAVE N.C. FISHERMEN HIGH AMD DRY 

FOR DUKE RESEARCHER, BEACH REBUILDING GOES AGAINST THE GRAIN 

EAGLE MANAGEMENT ZONE RECOMMENDED BY CORPS AT JORDAN LAKE 

ARMY ESTIMATES ON BEACH WORK FAR OFF-PILKEY 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS PROJECT IN DURHAM FOUND IN VIOLATION OF SEDIMENT... 

MONEY TO BOOST LAKE RECREATION 

BATTLE OVER BEACHFRONT PROTECTION 

WORLD WAR II ENVIRONMENTAL TRASH TARGET OF BUTNER STUDY 

ARMY RESEW€ OFFICER'S TRAINING CORPS 

SEE U.S. ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS 

AROUND-THE-WORLD TRIPS 

SEE ALSO TOURISM, INTERNATIONAL 
ELON COLLEGE'S FOURTH AROUND-THE-WORLD TRIP WILL INCLUDE TIBET 

AROUND TOWN (CHAPEL HILL HERALD COLUMN) 

TEACHER LEFT SCHOOL FOR TV/AROUND TOWN 

HOMECOMING; HUGE THRONG GATHERS IN HONOR OF BOB SENIOR 

IT HAS A WEEKEND FOR FOND MEMORIES 

EXAMINING DOCUMENTS LED TO DISCOVERY OF FRIEND'S PAST 

HOBBIES ADD ZEST TO LIVING/AROUND TOWN 

PEOPLE WHO MAKE A DIFFERENCE 

A ROCKET TRIP BACK IN TIME/AROUND TOWN 

IT'S A LONG WAY TO COLORADO 

LIBRARY FRIENDS HOST JULY 4 CELEBRATION 

ACTIVITIES ABOUND AT ARTSCENTER 

TRIANGLE COUNTRY DANCERS OFFER GREAT TIME, EXERCISE 

CHAPEL HILLIANS VIEW UNREST IN CHINA 

FRIENDS ASSEMBLE TO HELP CELEBRATE TENNY MARRIAGE 

SOVIET PROFESSIONALS VISIT THE TRIANGLE 

MUSICAL CELEBRATION TO HONOR ADELINE MCCALL/AROUND TOWN 

STORIES OF KEMP PLUMMER BATTLE PEPPERED WITH NOTABLES/AROUND TOWN 

ORANGE COUNTY STUDENTS VISIT THE SOVIET UNION/AROUND TOWN 

A CELEBRATION OF THE PASSAGE OF TIME/AROUND TOWN 

UNIVERSITY WOMAN'S CLUB HOLDS FALL TEA 

FRC OPENS SEASON WITH CHEKHOV PLAY/AROUND TOWN 

LECTURE REMINDS LIVING OF DEBTS TO PAST 

PLAYMAKERS BALL WAS AN EXTRAORDINARY EVENT 

CHAPEL HILL 'VETERANS' RECALL THE PAST/AROUND TOWN 

POLO MATCH PAINTED A VIVID SCENE 

SOCIETY SCHEDULES CHRISTMAS TREE GALA 

BENEFIT HELD TO GENERATE FUNDS FOR CARING HOUSE 

MEMORY LANE/GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA DELIGHTS THRONG AT THE BARN 

MEMORIES REVEAL VERY SPECIAL TIMES 



H 2 9/14/1989 C 3 N 



S 2 1/10/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/12/1989 A 

H 2 1/13/1989 C 

CHH 1 1/13/1989 A 

H 2 2/25/1989 A 



7/22/1989 C 
7/22/1989 C 



1 PN S22 

2 P P S76 



H 2 4/11/1989 A 4 E 



s 


2 1/11/1989 A 


5 N 


H 


2 4/16/1989 A 


7 P N 


H 


2 4/28/1989 C 


1 M N K65 


H 


1 4/29/1989 C 


5 N 


H 


2 5/26/1989 C 


1 . N S69 


H 


2 7/29/1989 C 


1 N H60 


CHH 1 10/03/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/15/1989 C 


1 N T33 



H 1 1/24/1989 B 1 N H60 



CHH 1 


5/14/1989 A 


10 


U 


CHH 1 


5/21/1989 A 


8 


U 


CHH 1 


5/28/1989 A 


7 


U 


CHH 1 


6/04/1989 A 


7 


U 


CHH 1 


6/11/1989 A 


7 


U 


CHH 1 


6/18/1989 A 


6 


U 


CHH 1 


6/25/1989 A 


7 


U 


CHH 1 


7/02/1989 A 


7 


U 


CHH 1 


7/09/1989 A 


12 


U 


CHH 1 


7/16/1989 A 


12 PU 


CHH 1 


7/23/1989 A 


7 


U 


CHH 1 


7/30/1989 A 


6 P U 


CHH 1 


8/06/1989 A 


7 


U 


CHH 1 


8/13/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 


8/20/1989 A 


7 P U 


CHH 1 


8/27/1989 A 


8 


u 


CHH 1 


9/03/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 


9/10/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 


9/17/1989 A 


10 


u 


CHH 1 


9/24/1989 A 


9 


u 


CHH 1 


10/01/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 10/08/1989 A 


7 


u 


CHH 1 10/15/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


10/22/1989 A 


6 


u 


CHH 1 


11/05/1989 A 


6 


N 


CHH 1 


11/12/1989 A 


10 


u 


CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 


8 


u 


CHH 1 


11/26/1989 A 


7 


u 



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/ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



CHRISTMAS TREE GALA LOOMS AS A SPECTACULAR EVENING 

CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION 

GARDEN CLUB HOLDS CHRISTMAS TEA 

WOMAN'S CLUB HOLDS HOLIDAY COFFEE 

A LOOK AT CHRISTMAS AROUND THE WORLD 

ARROUOOD TECHNOLOGIES 

COMPANY IS BUYING ARROUOOD PLANT FOR «6.3 MILLION 
FIRM THAT PURCHASED ARROUOOD FACES ASBESTOS CLAIMS 

ARSENIC 

ARSENIC FOUND IN EXHUMED BODY 

HOSPITALS, DOCTORS SUED OVER ARSENIC DEATH OF PATIENT 

ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (PLAY) 

DUKE STAGE COMPANY'S 'ARSENIC & OLD LACE' 

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

OLD CHESTNUT CRACKED OPEN AND ROASTED AT DUKE 

•ARSENIC GIMMICK ASIDE, DEBUT AT DUKE LEAVES TASTE FOR MORE 

JORDAN'S 'ARSENIC AND OLD LACE' A FUNNY BREW 

ARSON* CHAPEL HILL 

OFFICIALS INVESTIGATE EASTOWNE CLINIC FIRES 
EASTOWNE CLINIC EMPLOYEE MAY FACE ADDITIONAL CHARGES 
EASTOWNE CLINIC EMPLOYEE MAY FACE ADDITIONAL CHARGES 
EASTOWNE CLINIC GETS HARASSING CALLS 
CLINIC EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGE PENDING 
DURHAM WOMAN CHARGED WITH ARSON AFTER FIRE 

ARSON, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BOMBINGS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO FIREBOMBS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO FIRES, DURHAM 

♦2, 500 REWARD OFFERED AFTER SCHOOL ARSON 

DURHAM FIRE CASE OF ARSON, OFFICIAL SAYS 

EVIDENCE POINTS TO QUEEN STREET ARSON 

DOCTORS CONFIRM NAMES OF FIRE VICTIMS 

TWO FIRE VICTIMS IDENTIFIED 

FIRE INVESTIGATORS SEEK WITNESS TO QUEEN ST. FIRE 

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 

OFFICIALS SAY FIREBUG HITTING FEW GARDENS 

APARTMENT ARSON SUSPECT MAKING CALLS TO AUTHORITIES 

ARREST MADE IN WEEKEND FIRE 

MAN CHARGED FOR SETTING FIRES AT FEW GARDENS 

FEW GARDENS APARTMENT ARSON SUSPECT ARRESTED 

MAN CHARGED IN FEW GARDENS FIRES 

INVESTIGATORS SUSPECT ARSON IN JAY HOSIERY MILL BLAZE 

HOSIERY MILL FIRE BELIEVED INTENTIONAL 

LIQUID THROWN ON PORCH, LIT SAID CAUSE OF ANGIER AVE. FIRE 

TWO IN JAIL FACE CHARGES OF SETTING 3RD INMATE ON FIRE 

POLICE SEEK ROBBER WHO STARTED FIRE 

FIRE MARSHAL: PATIENT SET FIRE IN REST HOME 

COMPOSITE RELEASED ON RAPE SUSPECT 

INVESTIGATORS SAY FIRES DELIBERATE, SEEK INFORMATION 

POLICE LOG/TWO MEN ROB GOODWILL STORE 

CAROCHEM EMPLOYEE DRAWS 18 YEARS FOR ARSON, EMBEZZLING 

CHARGES AGAINST LEE COREY FRANKLIN DROPPED BY COURT 

POLICE LOG/BICYCLIST ARRESTED AFTER STOLEN CHECK CASH ATTEMPT 

POLICE LOG/STUDENTS OF SCIENCE, MATH SCHOOL ASSAULTED 

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR RAPES ELDERLY WOMAN AT KNIFEPOINT 

POLICE LOG/ROBBERY ATTEMPT LEAVES MAN STABBED NINE TIMES, BEATEN 

POLICE LOG/ARSON SUSPECT ARRESTED IN VIRGINIA 

POLICE LOG/MAN BEATEN, ROBBED, HISSING 

POLICE LOG/DEPUTIES RECOVER ITEMS STOLEN IN BREAK-IN 

HOLDING CELL ARSON 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



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12/10/1989 
12/17/1989 
12/24/1989 
12/31/1989 



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C -PG L P BYL 



1 4/06/1989 C 1 P N T33 
1 9/26/1989 B 1 N T33 



H 2 6/24/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 9/15/1989 C 1 N S82 



5/25/1989 D 
5/26/1989 D 
6/01/1989 D 
6/02/1989 D 
10/20/1989 B 



7 P P 

6 P F Zll 
10 R B77 

7 R M31 
9 P U T32 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



7/24/1989 
7/25/1989 
7/25/1989 
7/26/1989 
8/10/1989 
9/05/1989 



N M25 
N M25 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N N70 



H 


2 


1/05/1989 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


1/07/1989 A 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 


1/07/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


1/09/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/10/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 


1/23/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


2/15/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


2/15/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


2/16/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


2/16/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


2/17/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


2/17/1989 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 


3/15/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


3/16/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


3/16/1989 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


3/17/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


3/18/1989 C 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 


3/18/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


3/21/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


3/22/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/22/1989 C 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 


3/23/1989 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


4/04/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


4/11/1989 C 


1 


N 653 


H 


2 


7/11/1989 A 


10 P N M51 


S 


2 


7/18/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


7/27/1989 B 


7 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/01/1989 B 


1 


N S82 


CHH 1 


8/01/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


H 


2 


8/25/1989 C 


5 


N C47 


H 


2 


8/28/1989 A 


11 


N M51 


H 


2 


9/03/1989 C 


12 


N M51 


H 


2 


9/07/1989 C 


14 


N M51 


H 


2 


9/08/1989 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


9/09/1989 C 


2 


N R63 


H 


2 


9/19/1989 B 


8 


N M51 


H 


2 10/22/1989 B 


4 


N M51 






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ARSON SUSPECTED IN FIRE AT COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL 
POLICE LOG/POLICE BEER "STING" SNARES 27 STORE CLERKS 
POLICE LOG/COCAINE CHARGES LODGED 

ARSON, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FIRES, N.C. 
CHARGE FILED AFTER VANCE COUNTY MOBILE HOME FIRE 

ARSON, ORANGE COUNTY 

POLICE STALK KENWOOD ARSONIST 

KENWOOD CLEANUP SCHEDULED; POLICE, SBI CONTINUE TO UORK ON... CASE 

POLICE SEEK HELP WITH ARSON CASE 



H 2 11/09/1989 C 1 N C60 
H 2 11/11/1989 C 1 N M51 
H 2 12/01/1989 C 1 N S22 



H 2 1/04/1989 C 4 N 



CHH 1 2/20/1989 A 1 P N R63 
CHH 1 6/14/1989 A 1 P N H90 
CHH 1 8/24/1989 A 1 N H90 



ART 



SEE ALSO AFRICAN ART 
SEE ALSO AFRO-AMERICAN ART 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, ART 
SEE ALSO EGYPTIAN ART 
SEE ALSO JAPAN, ART 
SEE ALSO PAINTINGS 
SEE ALSO PERFORMANCE ART 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC ART 
SEE ALSO VISIONARY ART 

HELMS LOADS UP FOR ELECTION 

LEGISLATORS RAP 'CREATIVE FINANCING' ON SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND 

NO EFFORT ORGANIZED YET TO OPPOSE HELMS' ART BILL 

MARSICANO: 'PEER-REVIEW' MAY NEED REVAMPING 

FIGHT OVER ARTS FUNDS LONG WAY FROM END 

BACK TO STANDARD OF DECENCY 

HIS CHAGRIN SAVES US HONEY 



ART AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO AUCTIONS 

ART AUCTION TO BENEFIT DUKE EYE CENTER S 

KAY LOWE HEADLINES ART AUCTION H 

THE AUCTIONING OF TREASURES; ART AUCTION TO BENEFIT THOSE WHO CANNOT SEE H 

4 PIECES OF GRAPHIC ART SOLD IN DUKE AUCTIONS LABELED FAKES BY EXPERT H 

EYE CENTER AUCTION REBUILT, IN THE CLEAR H 

DUKE'S EYE CENTER AUCTION H 

LINKS DC. AUCTION FEATURES ART FROM ACROSS NATION (CORRECTED 4-13-89) H 

EYE CENTER'S AUCTION OVERCOMES OBSTACLES/TUESDAY TALK H 

*13,500 RAISED IN BENEFIT ART AUCTION H 



ART EDUCATION 

HALL NAMED ART EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR 

ART EXHIBITIONS, DUKE UNIV. 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. ART MUSEUM 
'MORALITY' EXHIBIT ADDRESSES ISSUES 
MORAL ISSUES ARE PROBED IN PAINTINGS FOR EXHIBIT 
'HISTORY PAINTIN6' RAISES A MODERN MORALITY 
GALLERY EXHIBITING NCCU ARTIST'S UORK 
GALLERY TO DISPLAY N.Y. PAINTER'S WORK 

40 WILDLIFE PAINTINGS BY BATES IN EXHIBIT AT DUKE ART MUSEUM 
L-15 

'WILD' PAINTINGS INSPIRE PROGRAMS 
ARTIST'S SWAMP PAINTINGS ARE SQUARE ON THE MARK 
TRUCK-DRIVING ANGEL INSPIRES ONE VISIONARY ARTIST 
BALLET DESIGNS MAKE ART EXHIBIT 
'PAPER DREAMS' ART EXHIBIT SET AT DUKE 
MCALPIN USES VIVID COLORS TO MAKE IMPACT 
ARTISTS ON THEIR TOES IN 'BALLETOMANIA' 
'FINDING MY WAY' AT DUKE IS DEEP, VARIED, PERSONAL 
•FIELD OF ABSENCE' 

RAGE, POWER, FULFILLMENT OF JAPANESE MEN DEPICTED 
ART TEACHER ART 
DUKE TO SHOWCASE WORKS OF ART MUSEUM DESIGNER 



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



8/03/1989 A 

8/03/1989 B 

8/19/1989 A 

8/19/1989 A 

10/03/1989 A 

10/07/1989 A 

12/30/1989 A 



3/07/1989 
3/29/1989 
4/04/1989 
4/04/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/09/1989 
4/11/1989 B 
4/18/1989 A 
7/12/1989 C 



1 

10 
4 
1 

16 
4 
1 
6 
2 



E 
N 

N M06 
N M06 
E 
E 

E 



N 
N 
E 

N 

N WIS 
E 

U WIS 
U WIS 
N 



S 2 4/21/1989 A 7 N 



1/05/1989 D 

1/09/1989 A 

1/27/1989 D 

2/23/1989 B 

3/06/1989 C 

3/23/1989 

3/23/1989 

3/30/1989 

3/31/1989 

4/13/1989 

5/28/1989 

6/25/1989 B 

8/03/1989 D 

8/12/1989 

8/27/1989 

8/31/1989 

8/31/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/24/1989 



N 
N 

R G68 
N 
N 

N D80 
P 
N 

R G68 
F B71 
N D80 
N 
B71 



L59 



F 

N 

R 

P 

F 

P S73 

N D80 



ART EXHIBITIONS, DURHAM 

DINOSAUR ART; LIKE ALMOST EVERYTHING ELSE TO DO WITH DINOS, IT'S POPULAR H 



2 1/06/1989 D 7 P F W66 



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IT WAS A WEEK FOR ART-LOVERS IN THE TRIANGLE 

PICASSO EXHIBITION 

JUROR'S CHOICES DISAPPOINT IN DURHAM ART GUILD'S SHOD 

ARTISTS RECEIVE AWARDS IN GUILD'S SHOW 

SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN; CHILDREN'S ART PROVIDES BEST SHOW IN TOWN 

WEAVING OF, FROM NATURE 

ARTISTS ARE SPIRITUAL KIN (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-18-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

HOME AGAIN; NATIVE SON RETURNS TO ARTISTIC ROOTS 

ART OF A LOW COUNTRY 

LIFE OF THE LOW COUNTRY; GULLAH PAINTER PRESERVES THE PASSING 

THEN AND NOW 

BUILDING A CAREER BRICK BY BRICK 

NO GUTS, NO ART CAREER 

WINNETT PHOTOS BEST ART OF GUILD'S FOURSOME 

SUOMALAINEN MASTERY LIES IN UNIVERSALS 

CALENDAR GIRL; EMILY WEINSTEIN'S BOOK OF DAYS 

EXPRESSIONISM FILLS GATEWOOD'S WORKS 

PHOTO HISTORY OF WATTS HOSPITAL EXHIBIT OPENS WEDNESDAY 

SOMERHILL SHOWS NEW ABSTRACTS BY EDITH LONDON 

ART GUILD MEMBERS' SHOW 

PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION/WORKS OF 2 PAINTERS SHOWN TOGETHER... 

•WAITING FOR A VISION' 

NAVAJO, ZUNI ART DISPLAYED 

ZUNI FETISHES 

3 SHOWS, 3 ARTISTS, 3 STYLES 

WORRIER MITCHELL BEST OF GUILD TRIO 

ART WORK BY 3 NCSSM STUDENTS IN EXHIBITION 

SCIENTIFIC ART 

'SHARED VISIONS' 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY SHOWS HAITIAN PAINTINGS 

NCCU TO SHOW WORK OF PITTSBORO ARTIST 

CENTER WON'T CENSOR ART SHOW 

URINE ART SPURS AREA CALL TO 'WAR' 

ART OPPOSITION SURPRISES GREEN 

PREACHER PROMISES PROTEST OF ARTS CENTER EXHIBIT 

SERRANO, MAPPLETHORPE/BAWCD ART ON DISPLAY 

THERE'S NO NEED FOR AN ART WAR 

IN NEW WORK, A DARKER MAY 

JURIED ART SHOW GETS PEOPLE TALKING 

ART EXHIBITIONS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ARTISTS, N.C. 

'AFRICAN EYE' FEATURES MASKS AND SCULPTURE 

BIDDLE GALLERY IS SET UP TO REMOVE UNSEEN BARRIER BETWEEN PEOPLE, ART 

LOOKING ONLY AT COMPOSITION, FORM ROBS AFRICAN ART OF CULTURAL ROOTS 

WEAVING OF, FROM NATURE 

FELLOWSHIP WINNERS EXHIBITION A PORTRAIT WITHOUT THE PEOPLE 

BOX ART REKINDLES A '60S DEBATE 

PAINTINGS SENT TO CHAPEL HILL AFTER PROTEST IN ELIZABETH CITY 

ART MUSEUM AWASH — WITH WATERCOLORS 

EXHIBITS! ATHENEUM'S AGE-OLD, AGELESS ART; NEW PAINTINGS BY GINA GILMOUR 

N.C. ART AND ARTISTS OF THE '60S 

N.C. MUSEUM OF ART PLANS EXHIBITION OF POLISH ART 

ARTISTRY SHINES THROUGH A MASTERY OF TECHNIQUE 

BELL'S PAINTINGS OF NUDES EXAMItC HALE EXPERIENCE 

EXHIBIT FOCUSES ON CHANGING ROLES OF BLACKS 

PORTRAITS OF A SOUTHERN PAST 

HOMER'S ART DOCUMENTS BLACKS AT A CROSSROADS 

STREETLIGHT STUDIOS SHOWCASES DIVERSE ART FORMS 

WOMEN'S WORK; CURATOR CONSIDERS SHOW BY N.C. FEMALE ARTISTS 

OPPOSITE ENDS OF SAME ARTISTIC LINE 

BRITISH SHOW MARKS SECCA GROWTH 

MUSEUM OF HISTORY SORTS PRESENT FOR FUTURE 

PICTURES AT 2 EXHIBITIONS 

THE FULL CIRCLE IN BLACK AND WHITE 

LOOKING ANEW AT 'SAFE ART' AND KITSCH 

DISPOSABLE ART/TEMPORARY WORKS INCREASE GAP BETWEEN ARTIST, PUBLIC 

MEREDITH JUROR FINDS PHOTOGRAPHIC FRESHNESS 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


1/17/1989 B 


1 P U W15 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 A 


6 P N N36 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 D 


5 P R G68 


S 


2 


2/02/1989 D 


5 P N 


S 


2 


2/09/1989 D 


1 P F B71 


H 


2 


2/10/1989 D 


7 P R G68 


H 


2 


2/17/1989 D 


6 P R G68 


H 


2 


2/18/1989 A 


2 N 


S 


2 


2/23/1989 D 


1 P F B71 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 D 


1 P P 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 D 


8 P F Zll 


S 


2 


3/02/1989 D 


7 P P 


S 


2 


3/23/1989 D 


1 P F B71 


S 


2 


3/23/1989 D 


2 P F B71 


H 


2 


3/24/1989 D 


5 P R G68 


H 


2 


4/07/1989 D 


4 P R G68 


H 


2 


5/05/1989 D 


8 P F Zll 


H 


2 


5/07/1989 E 


9 P R G68 


H 


2 


5/11/1989 B 


7 P N 


H 


2 


5/21/1989 E 


9 P N W66 


H 


2 


5/21/1989 E 


9 P R G68 


H 


2 


6/05/1989 A 


6 P F Zll 


S 


2 


6/29/1989 D 


7 P P 


S 


2 


7/20/1989 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


7/21/1989 D 


11 P P T37 


H 


2 


7/23/1989 E 


8 P R G68 


H 


2 


8/27/1989 E 


9 P R G68 


H 


2 


9/02/1989 C 


3 N C47 


S 


2 


9/13/1989 B 


1 P P C45 


s 


2 


9/14/1989 D 


7 P P T37 


H 


2 


9/17/1989 E 


10 N 


H 


2 10/01/1989 E 


9 PN 


s 


2 11/07/1989 A 


1 N E33 


H 


2 


11/08/1989 A 


1 N N36 


s 


2 ll/Oe/1989 A 


1 N E33 


H 


2 11/10/1989 C 


1 N N36 


H 


2 11/10/1989 D 


8 F B71 


H 


2 11/13/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/19/1989 E 


8 P R G68 


H 


2 12/10/1989 E 


10 P U G68 


s 


2 


1/12/1989 D 


4 N 


H 


2 


1/13/1989 D 


5 P R G68 


H 


2 


2/03/1989 D 


6 P R G68 


H 


2 


2/10/1989 D 


7 P R G68 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 D 


4 P R G68 


H 


2 


3/03/1989 D 


4 P R G68 


H 


2 


3/09/1989 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


3/09/1989 D 


3 P F G59 


H 


2 


3/10/1989 D 


6 P R 668 


H 


2 


3/13/1989 A 


6 P F Zll 


S 


2 


4/20/1989 D 


12 N 


H 


2 


4/21/1989 D 


4 P R G68 


H 


2 


4/30/1989 E 


10 P R L59 


S 


2 


5/18/1989 D 


3 P F G59 


H 


2 


5/28/1989 E 


1 P F G68 


H 


2 


5/28/1989 E 


1 P F W66 


H 


2 


6/30/1989 D 


6 F Zll 


H 


2 


7/23/1989 E 


1 P F G68 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 E 


9 P R G68 


H 


2 


8/13/1989 E 


8 P R G68 


H 


2 


9/03/1989 E 


8 P R G68 


H 


2 10/01/1989 E 


8 P R G68 


H 


2 


10/08/1989 E 


8 P R G68 


H 


2 


10/22/1989 E 


9 P U G68 


H 


2 : 


10/29/1989 E 


8 P U G68 


H 


2 12/03/1989 E 


8 P U G68 



ART EXHIBITIONS, U.S. 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJE 






visions: familiar serenity, frightening doubt 

stone hauk takes flight 

hebrew 'testimony' shows ties that bind 

early cezannei greatness among trials and errors 

n.c. fares poorly in women artists exhibit 

imprint of an unlikely pair 

art exhibitions, univ. of n.c. -chapel hill 
saltzman paintings scheduled for hakes show 
works by cottrell 

'warning', international aids posters at unc 
r.h. graham's paintings are on display in the hanes art center 
...watercolors by jo anne rose on display at horace williams house... 
art exhibits abundant during fall 
'taxco, dawn' is part of the collection of watercolors 
paintings by page laughlin and sculpture by david finn... 
'geese on the march' is one of the watercolors by jo anne rose... 
works by victor faccinto and other wake forest faculty on display 
huggins: missing connection 

art forgeries 

SEE ALSO FORGERY 
4 PIECES OF GRAPHIC ART SOLD IN DUKE AUCTIONS LABELED FAKES BY EXPERT 
DUKE'S EYE CENTER AUCTION 
PAINTER NEEDS OWN STYLE 

ART GALLERIES 

ARTS CENTERS FOLLOW PATRONS INTO SUBURBS 

ARTERITIS 

SEE ALSO ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION GOLF CLASSIC 
'IT'S PART OF MY LIFE' - HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN SHARES REALITY OF ARTHRITIS 
WALLACE TO SPEAK AT ARTHRITIS CONFERENCE 
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION WARNS OF DANGER OF STOMACH ULCERS 
CHRONIC ILLNESS MEANS LIFELONG BATTLE 
SYMPOSIUM ON ARTHRITIS SET AT DUKE 
DUKE STUDYJ PEOPLE CAN LEARN TO COPE WITH ARTHRITIS PAIN 
TCfYBURN GOLF TOURNAMENT TO RAISE FUNIS FOR ARTHRITIS 
ARTHRITIS IS AMERICA'S NUMBER ONE CRIPPLER 

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION 

TREYBURN GOLF TOURNAMENT TO RAISE FUNDS FOR ARTHRITIS 
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION FIGHTS TO MAKE THAT DIFFERENCE 
'YOU CAN JUST SIT DOWN AND CRY, OR KEEP GOING' 

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION GOLF CLASSIC 
SEE ALSO ARTHRITIS 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

TREYBURN COUNTRY CLUB/ARTHRITIS GOLF CLASSIC (SPECIAL SECTION) 

IT'S A FIVE-STAR LINEUP FOR GOLF CLASSIC 

RHEUMATOLOGY »S WHERE DR. BARADA SEES PROMISE 

IT ALL STARTED WITH 'A GROUP OF INTERESTED PEOPLE' 

CLASSIC A BIG SUCCESS 

ARTHUR YOUNG AND CO. 

TOP ACCOUNTING FIRMS TO MERGE 

ARTICHOKES 

ARTICHOKE) AN ARISTOCRAT AMONG GARDEN VARIETIES 

ARTIFICIAL LURES 

DUKE PROFS 'LURED' INTO FISH-FOOD STUDY 

ARTIST DESCENDING A STAIRCASE (PLAY) 

"ARTIST DESCENDING A STAIRCASE"/PLAYWRIGHT TO SPEAK H 

ASCENT OF "DESCENDING" PLAY ASTOUNDS STOPPARD S 

STOPPARD'S MYSTERY PLAYED IN LANGUAGE OF ART AND OF HEART H 

'ARTIST' WELL-CRAFTED, BUT PORTRAITS WEAK S 

STOPPARD NOTED S 

ARTIST ASCENDING/MICHAEL CUMPSTY IS BROADUAY-BOUND H 



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S 


I T 


N E E 


L Y 


P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 2 1/06/1989 D 


6PR 668 


S 2 2/23/1989 D 


5 P F B71 


H 2 3/17/1989 D 


5 R G68 


H 2 4/14/1989 D 


5 P R G68 


H 2 4/30/1989 E 


9 P R G68 


H 2 11/12/1989 E 


8 P N G68 


CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 8/22/1989 A 


7 P P T44 


CHH 1 9/07/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 9/11/1989 A 


2 P P L38 


CHH 1 9/26/1989 A 


8 P P C45 


CHH 1 9/30/1989 A 


5 N 


CHH 1 10/03/1989 A 


8 P P C45 


CHH 1 10/09/1989 A 


2 P P C45 


CHH 1 10/10/1989 A 


8 P P C45 


CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 


9 P P C45 


H 2 10/15/1989 E 


9 P R G68 


H 2 4/04/1989 C 


1 N 


H 2 4/09/1989 D 


4 E 


S 2 8/11/1989 A 


4 E 



H 2 1/15/1989 E 1 F 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



3/21/1989 A 
3/30/1989 A 
3/31/1989 C 
4/18/1989 B 
5/06/1989 B 
9/30/1989 C 
10/02/1989 C 
10/17/1989 D 



1 
3 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
11 



N H90 
N 

N C60 
F G59 
N 
N 

N H65 
F 



S 2 10/02/1989 C 

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



2 10/17/1989 D 
2 10/17/1989 D 
2 10/17/1989 D 
2 10/17/1989 D 
2 12/13/1989 A 



H 2 6/24/1989 B 



H 2 7/12/1989 B 



1 N H65 

11 F 

12 F 



1 D F 

2 P F 
6 P F 
8 P F 
4 E 



5 N 
1 P F Zll 



S 2 12/22/1989 D 8 N 



2 11/10/1989 D 
2 11/14/1989 C 
2 11/16/1989 A 
2 11/16/1989 B 
2 11/16/1989 B 
2 11/19/1989 E 



F B71 
F B71 
R M31 
R B77 
N B71 
F W15 



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ARTISTS, BLACK 

ONE MORE TINE; ARTISTS CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH 
PERFORMERS 'GET DOWN' SATURDAY 

ARTISTS, CHAPEL HILL 

ARTIST PUTS TALENT TO WORK IN COLLEGE TEXT 

ARTISTS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO EMERGING ARTISTS PROGRAM 
ARTISTS RECEIVE GRANTS FROM ARTS COUNCIL 
STONE HAWK TAKES FLIGHT 
BUILDING A CAREER BRICK BY BRICK 
NO GUTS, NO ART CAREER 
ARTISTS HELP HUNGRY 
SIDEWALK ARTISTS 

ARTS COUNCIL, ADF ANNOUNCE WINNERS IN DESIGN CONTESTS 
THE DAYS OF HER LIFE 

CALENDAR GIRL; EMILY WEINSTEIN'S BOOK OF DAYS 
ARICLESi POETS WIN AWARDS 
2 ARTISTS SCRAMBLE UP SIDEWALKS, REVITALIZATION 
BROTHERS CHARGED IN HOUSE SHOOTING 
PORTRAITS... BY THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN 
MCALPIN USES VIVID COLORS TO MAKE IMPACT 

ART IN THE FAMILY; PAINTING, GALLERY CONNECT STYERS' THREE GENERATIONS 
ART IN THE FAMILY; STYERS CLAN SHARES AVOCATION AND A GALLERY 
CAPTURING THE CITY ON CANVAS 
HILLANDALE ART HEADS FOR D.C. OFFICE 

ARTISTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ART EXHIBITIONS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. LIVING TREASURES PROGRAM 

HILLSBOROUGH LOOKS FOR A FEW GOOD ARTISTS 

N.C. ART AND ARTISTS OF THE '60S 

TRUCK-DRIVING ANGEL INSPIRES ONE VISIONARY ARTIST 

N.C. STATE ARTIST'S TAPESTRY CHOSEN FOR SWISS SHOW 

N.C. FARES POORLY IN WOMEN ARTISTS EXHIBIT 

FANTASTIC FANTAZOS; ARTIST FOLLOWS VISIONARY MUSE 

PEAR WITH DILL-PICKLE LEGS PART OF ARTIST'S DREAM WORLD 

DIRECTORY OF ARTISTS IN AREA IN WORKS 

SEN. HELMS AND THE JERKS 

ART FOR THE PUBLIC; CONFERENCE TO PROVIDE FORUM FOR DISCUSSING... MEDIUM 

HOLD THAT TIGER 

SCULPTOR SAYS HIS ANIMALS 'ALREADY IN THE ROCK' 

ARTISTS IN RALEIGH ARE HEDGING THEIR BETS IN PUBLIC 

ARTISTS OPT FOR OUT-OF-ORDINARY 

56 ARTISTS TO DISPLAY WORKS IN JURIED SHOW 

WITH ABANDON AND POWER/FORMER CARDIOLOGIST FINDS ART IS LIKE TENNIS 

WILD SIDE ARTIST'S FOCUS 

ARTISTS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, ARTISTS 
WHAT IS ARTISTICALLY ENDURING? 



S 2 2/02/1989 D 
S 2 6/08/1989 D 



1 P F B71 
3 P F B71 



H 2 12/23/1989 A 5 P P C45 



S 

s 
s 
s 
s 
s 

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



1/06/1989 
2/23/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/30/1989 
5/01/1989 B 
5/05/1989 D 
5/05/1989 
5/11/1989 
6/03/1989 
6/08/1989 
8/03/1989 
8/03/1989 
8/04/1989 
8/04/1989 
8/16/1989 
11/11/1989 



D 
D 
A 
C 
D 
D 
D 
D 
C 

c 



CHH 1 



2/19/1989 A 
3/13/1989 A 
4/13/1989 D 
4/24/1989 B 



CHH 1 
H 2 



CHH 1 



4/30/1989 

5/18/1989 

5/18/1989 

5/29/1989 

5/31/1989 

6/08/1989 B 

8/03/1989 D 

8/19/1989 

8/27/1989 

9/07/1989 

10/21/1989 

11/02/1989 

11/09/1989 



ARTS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C.ARTS COMPLEX PROPOSAL (NAMED ROYALL CENTER FOR THE ARTS) 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, THEATER 

DURHAM BLUESMAN WINS AWARD 

PHOTO CONTEST AIMS AT ONE DAY IN NORTH CAROLINA 

ARTICLES; OPEN AUDITIONS SET FOR 'HANDMAID'S TALE' 

ARTICLES: THEATER GROUPS LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD ACTORS 

IRWIN, BELOW AND PINKY FIND ACCLAIM IN FAR PLACES 

ARTICLES: APRIL SHOWS MEAN MARCH AUDITIONS 

CALL GOES OUT FOR DIRECTOR, SUMMER SOLSTICE SINGERS/ARTICLES 

ARTICLES 

VARIABLES* FUZZ PICTURE OF CITY'S ARTS DREAM 
ARTICLES... 



N B71 
F B71 
F B71 
F B71 
N 

F B71 
U W66 
P 

F Zll 
N G59 
N B71 
N 

P T37 
F B71 
P T32 
R Zll 
P T32 
N 



N R63 
F Zll 
F B71 

U U66 
R G68 
L38 
W63 



S56 



P 
F 
N 
E 
F 
P 

N T33 
J L59 
F 

N H60 
N S56 
N H90 



H 2 6/21/1989 A 4 E 



s 


2 


1/19/1989 D 


3 P N G59 


H 


2 


1/30/1989 A 


6 


U U66 


S 


2 


2/02/1989 D 


12 


N G59 


s 


2 


2/16/1989 D 


10 


N G59 


H 


2 


2/20/1989 A 


6 


U U66 


S 


2 


2/23/1989 D 


10 


N G59 


S 


2 


3/02/1989 D 


10 


N G59 


S 


2 


3/09/1989 D 


9 


N G59 


s 


2 


3/13/1989 A 


4 


E 


s 


2 


3/16/1989 D 


12 


N 



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ARTICLES: ALL THE WORLD'S an audition in triangle 

ARTICLES: THEATERS STAGE AUDITIONS i ENO CONTEST CLICKS 

DURHAM'S THRIVING ARTS WARRANT NATIONAL ATTENTION 

ARTICLES! DESIGN IS WINNER; ADF PHONES HOMES 

ARTICLES; EDGERTON GETS GUGGENHEIM 

ART SCENE IS HOT THIS SUMMER 

ARTICLES; BURROUGHS WELLCOME CONTRIBUTES TO THE ARTS 

ARICLES: POETS WIN AWARDS 

ARTICLES: PLAYWRIGHTS WIN AWARDS 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLES... 

ARTICLES. .. 

ARTICLES ARTICLES... 

ARTICLES 

ARTICLES: CENTERFEST SEEKS VISUAL ARTISTS FOR SEPTEMBER 

ARTICLES: JONES TO SING AT KENNEDY CENTER 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLELS ARTICLES 

ARTICLES: DURHAM MAN ELECTED TO ART SOCIETY 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLES 

BUSINESSES BENEFIT ART IN TRIANGLE 

ARTICLES: 'WINTER SOLSTICE' SHOW SEEKS SINGERS 

ARTICLES: GOSPEL SINGERS SOUGHT; ACTORS NEEDED 

ARTICLES 

ARTICLES 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

PERSONALITIES, PROBLEMS MARK '80'S IN ART 

ARTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS EXPERIENCE 

SEE ALSO ARTS ADVOCATES 

SEE ALSO FOLK ART 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S BUSINESS COUNCIL ON THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES 

SEE ALSO HENDERSON ANNUAL JURIED ART SHOW 

SEE ALSO N.C. ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 

ARTICLES: N.C. ARTS COUNCIL OFFERS $5,000 FELLOWSHIPS 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLES ARTICLES... 

MAVRETIC PLEDGES SUPPORT FDR ARTS 

ARTS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART (WASHINGTON, D.C.) 
CONGRESS SHOULDN'T BE ART CRITIC FOR NATION 

ARTS ADVOCATES 

SEE ALSO ARTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. ARTS COUNCIL 
MAVRETIC PLEDGES SUPPORT FOR ARTS 

ARTS DOWNTOWN 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, ARTS PROGRAM 
ARTS DOWNTOWN GETS UNDER WAY 
CHAPEL HILL WAS THEIR CANVAS 

ARTS FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA 
READY TO 'POP' 
POPS GOES THE MERIDIAN 
VIOLIN PLUCKING 
IN TUNE 

ARTS 'ROUND THE SQUARE 

SEE ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS EXPERIENCE 

ARTSPLOSURE 

ARTSPLOSURE! 



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P D — DATE- 



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4/06/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/27/1989 
5/04/1989 
5/04/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/25/1989 
6/01/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/29/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/22/1989 
7/27/1989 
8/03/1989 
8/10/1989 
8/17/1989 
8/21/1989 
8/24/1989 
8/31/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/14/1989 
9/25/1989 
9/28/1989 
12/31/1989 



N 659 

N G59 

P F S27 

P N G59 

P N G59 

P I B71 

N G59 

N G59 

N G59 

N G59 

N G59 

N G59 

N G59 

N G59 

N G59 

P N G59 

N 

N G59 

N G59 

N G59 

N659 

P N K65 

N G59 

N G59 

N G59 

N G59 

N G59 

P N G59 

P U 668 



2 1/12/1989 D 12 N 559 

2 1/26/1989 D 5 N G59 

2 2/09/1989 D 12 N G59 

2 10/13/1989 A 1 P N B53 



S 2 8/01/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 10/13/1989 A 1 P N B53 



CKH 1 5/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/21/1989 A 



S 2 7/29/1989 C 

H 2 7/30/1989 C 

H 2 7/30/1989 C 

S 2 7/31/1989 C 



3 N 
3 P N M70 



1 P P C45 
1 P P C45 
5 P P C45 
1 P P C45 



H 2 4/28/1989 D 9 P F S56 



ASBESTOS 



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SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, ASBESTOS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, ASBESTOS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, ASBESTOS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, ASBESTOS 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., ASBESTOS 

PROFESSOR CALLS CORPORATE 'ETHICS' LACKING 

AFTER 65 COMPLAINTS, OSHA INSPECTS FOR ASBESTOSIS AT DUKE POWER PLANTS 

7 WORKERS TREATED AFTER FUMES RELEASED 

GLAXO SALE GIVES IMPETUS TO AHARON'S DURHAM PLANS 

ASBESTOS DISCOVERY IMPERILS IFC SHELTER 

IFC SEEKS ASBESTOS REMOVAL MONIES 

TOWN DELAYS ACTION ON SHELTER REQUEST 

FIRM THAT PURCHASED ARROWOOD FACES ASBESTOS CLAIMS 

ASBESTOS FOUND IN PIPE EXACAVATED AT PTA SHOP 

ASBESTOS CLEANUP NO HAZARD TO EMPLOYEES, HOSPITAL OFFICIAL SAYS 

POSSIBLE ASBESTOS DISCOVERED IN HOSPITAL OFFICE 

ASK THE LAWYER DAY 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, DURHAM 
CALL FOR ACTION WANTS TO ACT ON CALLS 

ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL (MUSIC GROUP) 

ASLEEP AT THE t*£EL 'WAKES UP' LONG ENOUGH TO PLAY TOMORROW,.. 
ROCKABILLY, DIXIELAND, BLUES & SWING, IT'S ALL COUNTRY TO THE WHEEL 
TEXAS BAND PICKS ARTSCENTER OVER INAUGURAL BALL 

ASPHALT 

SEE ALSO STREETS, DURHAM 
EMERGENCY WORKERS TRY TO CONTAIN ORANGE SPILL 
TANKER SPILLS 6,000 GAL. ASPHALT 

ASPIRIN 

SEE ALSO PAIN RELIEVERS 
AN ASPIRIN A DAY? PREVENTIVE USE OF DRUG NOT ALWAYS ADVISABLE 
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION WARNS OF DANGER OF STOMACH ULCERS 

ASSASSINATIONS 

SLAIN OFFICER WAS DURHAM NATIVE'S SPOUSE 
EMOTIONS BOIL IN DURHAM WHEN KING KIILLED 

ASSAULTS, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, ASSAULTS 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING OFFICER 
CRIME STOPPERS OFFERS $1,200 REWARD 
POLICE LOG/EMPLOYEE ATTACKED IN UNC PARKING LOT 
POLICE LOG/CARRBORO MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
SNOWBALL FUN LANDS TWO MEN IN JAIL FOR NIGHT 
POLICE LOG/MAN FACES CHARGES AFTER FIGHT AT HOME 
POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL fWN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
POLICE LOG/VICTORY CELEBRANT CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN CHARGED IN SHOTGUN THREAT 
POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED AFTER BEATING MAN ON ROAD 
POLICE LOG/BUSINESSMAN IS CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
WOMAN IS ASSAULTED NEAR FRATERNITY HOUSE 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING WOMAN 
ASSAULT OCCURS DURING ANNUAL BURNOUT BASH 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED AFTER INCIDENT IN BAR 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
POLICE LOG/DISPUTE LEADS TO ASSAULT CHARGE 
POLICE LOG/MAN FACES ASSAULT CHARGES 
WOMAN ATTACKED ON ESTES 
MAN SAYS HE FEARED FOR PSYCHIATRIST'S LIFE 
VICTIM OF 1987 FIGHT CALLS SETTLEMENT 'FAIR' 
ATWATER ASSAULT CHARGES DROPPED 
POLICE LOG/PUBLISHER CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
GROUP SEEKS SUSPECT IN BOTTLE THROWING 

HANGOUT LOT MAY BE CLOSED/EFFORTS INTENSIFY AFTER JULY ASSAULT ON WOMAN 
ASSAULT TRIAL BEGINS 
REALTOR CONVICTED ON ASSAULT CHARGE 



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CHH 1 


3/20/1989 A 


3 


N S17 


H 1 


3/23/1989 C 


6 


N 


H 2 


5/17/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 2 


6/21/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


7/09/1989 A 


1 


N S17 


CHH 1 


9/16/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/20/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


H 1 


9/26/1989 B 


1 


N T33 


CHH 1 


11/22/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


cm i 


12/13/1989 A 


3 


N S17 


CHH 1 


12/22/1989 A 


3 


N S17 



S 2 5/02/1989 B 1 P F S27 



S 2 


1/19/1989 D 


4 P P 


H 2 


1/20/1989 D 


8 P F W66 


H 2 


1/24/1989 A 


6 PR M60 


S 2 12/02/1989 A 


1 


N E33 


CHH 1 


12/03/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


1/29/1989 A 


7 P F 


H 2 


3/31/1989 C 


1 


N C60 


H 2 


4/22/1989 A 


1 P N 


S 2 


5/29/1989 A 


1 P F H09 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


1/26/1989 A 


2 


N M70 


CHH 1 


2/08/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


2/11/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


2/20/1989 A 


2 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/03/1989 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 


3/03/1989 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 


3/04/1989 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


3/14/1989 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


3/18/1989 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 


3/19/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


3/26/1989 A 


5 


N 


CHH 1 


4/02/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


4/04/1989 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


4/04/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


4/09/1989 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


4/18/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


4/25/1989 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


7/12/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 


7/13/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CW 1 


7/27/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


8/05/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/25/1989 A 


3 


N 


cm 1 


8/28/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


10/10/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/11/1989 A 


3 


N H90 



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HAN CHARGED WITH ATTACK USING HAMMER 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE HAN WITH ASSAULT 

ASSAULTS, DUKE UNIV. 

SEE DUKE UNIV., ASSAULTS 

ASSAULTS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. .ASSAULTS 
SEE ALSO SELF-DEFENSE 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

BOXER FACES DEADLY ICAPON CHARGE 

TEEN FOUND UNCONSCIOUS 

POLICE HOLD HAN CHARGED WITH MACHETE SLASHING 

HAN GETS SEVEN YEARS FDR THEFT, ASSAULT 

STORE EMPLOYEE BEATEN, ROBBED OF NIGHT DEPOSIT 

WOMAN, 71, HURT FIGHTING POLICE 

ASSAULT ADDED TO BREAK-IN CHARGE 

WOMAN HURTS KNEE AS EX-BOYFRIEND BREAKS INTO HOME 

STORE MANAGER CUT 

BUSINESSMAN IS CONVICTED OF ASSAULTING FIRE INSPECTOR 

WOMAN HITS GARAGE ASSAILANT IN DURHAM 

THUG GETS KICKS* SHE'S A BROWN BELT 

MAN SOUGHT IN DOWNTOWN GARAGE ASSAULT 

MASKED MAN JUMPS IN CAR WITH WOMAN, 2-YEAR-OLD CHILD 

SHELTER VOLUNTEER BEATEN, ROBBED 

MAN STABLE AFTER BEATING AT HIS HOME 

GIRLS' FIGHT AT SOUTHERN HIGH HOSPITALIZES ONE 

GIRL IN SOUTHERN HIGH FIGHT REPORTED IN 'FAIR' CONDITION 

STUDENT CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

2 BROTHERS FACE BEATING CHARGES 

HAN BADLY BEATEN IN BIRD SANCTUARY 

BROTHERS CHARGED IN HOUSE SHOOTING 

3t STARTS BEATING 

DURHAM TEEN SHOT IN ABDOMEN AS HE ANSWERS DOOR BELL 

14-YEAR-OLD GIRL BEATEN AT BUS STOP 

POLICE LOG/2 ARRESTED AFTER POINTING GUN AT WOMAN DRIVING ON 1-85 

POLICE LOG/MINUTES AFTER NORTH ROXBORO ROAD BURGLARY, POLICE CHARGE MAN 

POLICE LOG/ABOUT «3.000 DISCOVERED MISSING AFTER WOMEN DISTRACT. ..CLERKS H 

POLICE LOG/PEDESTRIAN HOSPITALIZED BY HIT-*ND-RUN VEHICLE 

POLICE CHARGE 3 YOUTHS IN PIZZA PARLOR ROBBERY 

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

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR BATTERS SLEEPING WOMAN WITH BRICK 

POLICE LOG/FIVE MEN ARE PEPPERED WITH SHOT WHILE SITTING ON A WALL 

POLICE LOG/STUDENTS OF SCIENCE, MATH SCHOOL ASSAULTED 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN ASSAULTED IN MCDONALD HOUSE 

MCDONALD HOUSE PLANS NO CHANGES 

POLICE LOG/2 ARMED ROBBERIES MAY BE RELATED 

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR RAPES ELDERLY WOMAN AT KNIFEPOINT 

CARS BROKEN INTO: TEEN IS ASSAULTED 

POLICE LOG/MAN BEATEN, ROBBED, MISSING 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH ARMED ROBBERY OF STORE CLERK 

POLICE LOG/POLICE HIT WITH ROCKS, BOTTLES BEFORE DISTURBANCE QUELLED 

POLICE CHARGE WOMAN WITH ROBBERY 

POLICE LOG/GUNMAN ROBS WOMEN IN DARRYL'S PARKING LOT 

LAWYER CHARGED WITH ASSAULT BY SHOVING MAN 

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

POLICE LOG/SHOTS LEAVE MAN WITH MULTIPLE WOUNDS 

POLICE LOG/SHOOTING EX-OFFICER'S CAR CHARGED 

5 MEN ATTACK GIRL 

BEATEN BY 6 MEN 

MAN HELD ON 12 ASSAULT CHARGES 

ASSAULT CHARGES FILED 

2ND HAN ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT 

ASSAULT BY AUTO 

POLICE LOG/SUSPECT IN STABBING ARRESTED 

DEPUTY ATTACKED TWICE 

POLICE LOG/BLEACH THROWN IN MAN'S FACE IN PARKING LOT 

POLICE LOG/GRINDERSWITCH BREAK-IN TRY CHARGES LODGED 

POLICE LOG/SECURITY GUARD STICK BEATEN BY TWO MEN 

POLICE LOG/POLICE BEER "STING" SNARES 27 STORE CLERKS 



N 
P 

CHH 

CHH 



S 
E 

-DATE — C -PG 



1 10/23/1989 A 
1 11/14/1989 A 



I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

N W57 
N 



H 


2 


1/02/1989 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


1/11/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


2/06/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 C 


3 


N S82 


H 


2 


2/15/1989 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


2/17/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


2/19/1989 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


2/26/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


1 


3/16/1989 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


3/29/1989 C 


1 


NB53 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


4/21/1989 A 


1 PI 


H 


2 


4/30/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/02/1989 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


5/04/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/05/1989 C 


1 


N C47 


H 


2 


5/06/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


5/16/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/25/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


5/30/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/08/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/18/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/06/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/16/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/22/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/07/1989 A 


11 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/09/1989 B 


5 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/14/1989 B 


5 


N M51 


S 


2 


8/18/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/19/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/21/1989 A 


13 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/27/1989 C 


7 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/28/1989 A 


11 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/29/1989 C 


6 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/30/1989 C 


1 


N S22 


H 


2 


8/30/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 


9/03/1989 C 


12 


N M51 


S 


2 


9/04/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/09/1989 C 


2 


N R63 


H 


2 


9/20/1989 C 


2 


N M51 


H 


2 


9/24/1989 B 


9 


N M51 


S 


2 


9/26/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 10/01/1989 B 


8 


N M51 


H 


2 10/05/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 10/09/1989 B 


6 


N M51 


H 


2 10/15/1989 A 


13 


N M51 


H 


2 10/18/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 10/22/1989 B 


4 


N M51 


H 


2 10/23/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 10/23/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 10/25/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 10/26/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 10/30/1989 B 


7 


N M51 


H 


2 11/06/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


11/06/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/07/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/08/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/10/1989 C 


1 


N C47 


H 


2 11/11/1989 C 


1 


N M51 



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POLICE INVESTIGATING 3 REPORTED ASSAULTS 

POLICE LOG /NAN FACES DRUG CHARGES 

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

POLICE L0G/$4,000 IN CHECKS, CASH STOLEN WHILE CLERK DISTRACTED 

POLICE LOG/MICROWAVE STOLEN DURING MEAL 

WOHAN ARRESTED FOR STABBING HAN 

POLICE L06/FEMALE, 17, REPORTS ASSAULT, FORCED DRIVE TO CREEBHOOR 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN CITED IN ROBBERY OF NEIGHBOR, 80 

POLICE LOG/SPITTING ON OFFICER CALLED DEADLY WEAPON 

POLICE LOG/TWO BURGLARY CALLS RESULT IN CAPTURE 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS MAN IN ASSAULT CASES 

POLICE LOG/HOMEOWNER FIRES SHOT AT INTRUDER 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN INJURED IN STRUGGLE WITH ASSAILANTS 

MAN GETS 15 YEARS FORASSAULT ON BLIND WOMAN 

POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED AFTER CHASE BY THREE CARS 

EMERGENCY WORKERS NEED ASSAULT PROTECTION 

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

POLICE LOG/ARRESTS FOLLOW FIGHT AT GAME 

MAN IS CHARGED AFTER CAR CHASE 

POLICE LOG/MAN FAKING LEG INJURY STEALS PURSE 

ASSAULTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C, ASSAULTS 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, ASSAULTS 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 
HANDS SHOULD BE 'WEAPON' IF SERIOUS INJURY RESULTS 

ASSAULTS, ORANGE COUNTY 

LOCAL POLICE INVESTIGATE ASSAULT 

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

ASSOCIATED PRESS 

KNIGHT: NO QUESTION OF FAVORITISM 

knight: no question OF FAVORITISM 
PUBLIC HAS INTEREST IN ATHLETIC CONTRACTS 

ASSOCIATED PRESS, COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
FERRY, KRZYZEWSKI AMONG FINAL 10 

ASSOCIATED PRESS, COLLEGE BASKETBALL POLL 
SYRACUSE IN SECOND SPOT BEHIND DUKE 
MICHIGAN FALLS, DUKE HOLDS TOP SLOT 
DEVILS' UNIQUE AMONG TOP 10 
DUKE STILL NO. 1; UNC 13TH 
ILLINI TAKE OVER TOP SPOT; UNC, DUKE 7TH, 8TH 
KRZYZEWSKI NOT UPSET BY DEVILS' DROP IN AP POLL 
SOONERS INHERIT POLL'S TOP SLOT 
WILDCATS REMAIN ON TOP i UNC RANKED 5TH, DUKE 9TH 
TAR HEELS CHILL OUT, FACE IOWA 

ASSOCIATED PRESS, COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLL 
DUKE ENDS 18-YEAR POLL ABSENCE 
DEVILS MOVE UP IN POLL 

ASSOCIATED PRESS, CORRECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ERRORS 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-AMERICA TEAM (BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL) 
FERRY TABBED AP ALL-iVCTICA 



N 
P 

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



S 
E E 

D — DATE — C -PG 



11/13/1989 C 
11/16/1989 C 
11/18/1989 C 
11/20/1989 B 
11/24/1989 C 
11/24/1989 C 
11/28/1989 B 
11/29/1989 C 
12/03/1989 B 
12/04/1989 C 
12/04/1989 C 
12/05/1989 C 
12/07/1989 B 
12/08/1989 B 
12/08/1989 C 
12/15/1989 A 
12/18/1989 C 
12/23/1989 B 
12/26/1989 A 
12/28/1989 B 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

N B53 

N M51 
N 

N M51 
N C47 
N B53 
N M51 
N M51 
N M51 
N M51 
P N 
N S22 
N M51 
N 
N 

N B53 
N M51 
N 
N 
N M51 



S 2 5/29/1989 A 5 J Oil 
CHH 1 10/13/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 4/01/1989 D 
H 2 4/01/1989 D 
S 2 8/02/1989 A 



1 P N M14 
1 P N C52 
4 E 



H 2 2/28/1989 D 3 N 



S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/02/1989 D 
2 1/03/1989 D 
2 1/10/1989 D 
2 1/16/1989 D 
2 1/24/1989 B 
2 1/24/1989 D 
2 1/31/1989 B 
2 3/14/1989 B 
2 12/09/1989 D 


6 N 

2 C N 

3 C N 
11 N 

2 C N 

1 C N F25 

2 C N 
2 N 

1 N C49 


H 
H 


2 11/14/1989 B 
2 11/21/1989 B 


2 N 
4 C N 


H 
H 
H 
H 


2 5/03/1989 A 
2 11/16/1989 A 
2 11/18/1989 A 
2 12/13/1989 A 


2 N 
2 N 
2 N 
2 N 



H 2 3/14/1989 B 1 P N 



ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-STATE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
WOLFPACK RECRUITS HEAD ALL-STATE TEAMS H 2 4/09/1989 C 

ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-STATE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM 



9 P N S73 



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E 
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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 



SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, FOOTBALL <SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
NORTHERN PAIR VOTED ALL-STATE H 2 12/15/1989 B 1 N 






ASSOCIATED SCAFFOLDING & EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 
MOVING ON UP 

ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNING BOARDS, UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
UNC'S CARSON WINS NATIONAL SERVICE AWARD 

ASTWA 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
TRIATHLON COMPETITOR TO WORK WITH KIDS WHO HAVE ASTHMA 
TRIATHLON ATHLETE WITH ASTHMA SHARES HER TRAINING SECRETS 
WORKSHOP SET FOR TEACHERS OF CHRONICALLY ILL 
CHILDREN THAT HAVE ASTHMA MAY DISCOVER THAT SWIMMING IS A POSITIVE. . 

ASTROLOGY 

SEE ALSO ASTRONOMY 
SEE ALSO HOROSCOPE 

WHAT'S IN THE STARS FOR 1989? 

ASTROLOGERS PREVIEW COMING DECADE 



H 2 12/24/1989 F 1 P P T37 
CHH 1 3/20/1989 A 1 P N L90 



6/06/1989 C 

6/16/1989 C 

10/06/1989 C 



CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 
S 2 12/29/1989 A 



1 P N T33 

1 N T33 

2 N 
5 U 



8 U 

8 D N 659 



ASTRONAUTS 

SEE ALSO APOLLO SPACE MISSIONS 

SEE ALSO MERCURY 7 FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP 

SEE ALSO MOON LANDING 

SEE ALSO ROCKETS 

SEE ALSO SPACE TRAVEL 
FILM SERIES RECALLS EARLY DAYS IN SPACE H 2 

MERCURY REUNION; PIONEER ASTRONAUTS REMEMBER... (CORRECTED 6-18-89) CHH 1 
APOLLO 11 'TOUGH ACT TO FOLLOW' CHH 1 

CORRECTION CHH 1 

MERCURY ASTRONAUTS PUT CHAPEL HILL KIDS, PARENTS IN ORBIT CHH 1 

ASTRONAUTS WANT EARTH TO FLOURISH CHH 1 

MOREHEAD PLANETARIUM MARKS APOLLO 11 ANNIVERSARY WITH SPECIAL FEATURE SO CHH 1 

ASTRONOMY 

SEE ALSO ASTROLOGY 

SEE ALSO BLACK HOLES 

SEE ALSO COMETS (ASTRONOMY) 

SEE ALSO PLANETS 

SEE ALSO SPACE RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL MOREHEAD PLANETARIUM 

THE HOAX IN THE STARS 

WINTER SPIRAL UNITES EIGHT BRIGHT STARS 

SKYUATCHERS' GEM: MARS PASSING JUPITER 

AT RANDOM (SUN SPORTS COLUMN) 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 



5/16/1989 B 

6/17/1989 A 

6/17/1989 

6/18/1989 

6/18/1989 

6/18/1989 

6/21/1989 



11 

1 
1 
2 
3 
4 
2 



N 

N L90 
N L90 
N 

N L90 
E 
N 



H 


2 


1/04/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 D 


10 C F 


H 


2 


3/07/1989 B 


9 C N C60 


S 


2 


1/10/1989 D 


1 


U D18 


S 


2 


1/13/1989 D 


1 


U D18 


S 


2 


1/20/1989 D 


1 


U D18 


S 


2 


1/26/1989 B 


1 


U D18 


S 


2 


2/01/1989 D 


1 


U D18 


S 


2 


2/08/1989 D 


1 


U D18 


S 


2 


2/14/1989 B 


2 


U D18 


S 


2 


3/08/1989 D 


1 


U D18 


S 


2 


4/25/1989 C 


2 


U D18 


S 


2 


5/03/1989 D 


1 


U D18 


S 


2 


5/16/1989 B 


1 


U D18 


S 


2 


5/18/1989 B 


1 


U D18 


S 


2 


5/26/1989 B 


1 


U D18 


S 


2 


6/02/1989 D 


1 


U D18 


S 


2 


6/08/1989 B 


1 


U D18 


s 


2 


6/22/1989 B 


1 


U D18 


s 


2 


7/11/1989 D 


1 


U D18 


s 


2 


7/14/1989 D 


1 


U D18 


s 


2 


8/03/1989 B 


1 


U D18 


s 


2 


8/10/1989 B 


1 


U D18 


s 


2 


8/30/1989 D 


1 


U D18 


s 


2 


9/06/1989 D 


1 


U D18 



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AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 

AT-RISK CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO POVERTY 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, DROPOUTS 

LEADERS: U.S. FACIN6 CRISIS IN EDUCATION 

STUDY LEADER SAYS SCHOOLS MUST CHANGE 

AGRICULTURAL GOAL TO HELP CHILDREN 

EXTENSION'S NEW GOALS WORTHY EXPERIMENT 

INNOVATIVE SCHOOL TO HELP "AT-RISK" PUPILS 

ATHEISM 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 
THE SHIPWRECKING OF ATHEISM 

ATHENA (GREEK GODDESS) 

ATHENA TO CONTINUE CHAPEL HILL REIGN 

ATHLETES 

GOOD NEWS FOR YOU-KNOWERS 

ATHLETES, ACADEMIC STANDARDS 
SEE ALSO PROPOSITION 48 AND 42 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, SPORTS AND ATHLETIC PROGRAMS 
PROPOSITION 42 PUTS FOCUS ON ACADEMICS 

THOMPSON'S UALK UNWARRANTED 

A 'GROSSO' INJUSTICE 

UNC CHANGE! VOTE ON PROPOSITION 42 

ELLIS PUTS ATHLETICS IN PROPER PERSPECTIVE 

'PACK'S ACADEMICS SHAKY 

POOR 'PACK ACADEMICS DISTURBING TO OFFICIALS 

NCSU FOUNDATION'S NEWSPAPER ADS NEWS TO PRESIDENT 

ATHLETE'S PRIORITIES STRAIGHT 

BIG MONEY OVERRIDING ACADEMIC FOCUS 

MCFARLAND CUT QUITE A PATH THROUGH DUKE 

SUSPENSION BEST PLAY FOR MARTIN AND UNC 

N.C. STATE ALLEGATIONS MUST BE KEPT SEPARATE 

FANf ARE/KARDIAC KIDS DIDN'T STUDY 

HENDERSON RETURN BASED ON TRANSFER FAILURE 

VALVANO WILL STEP DOWN AS 'PACK AD 

VALVANO WILL STEP DOWN AS DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 

OVERHAUL URGED FOR ATHLETICS IN UNC SYSTEM 

BRINGING BACK INTEGRITY; SPANGLER REPORT REAFFIRMS STUDENT-ATHLETE... 

SPANGLER HYPOCRITICAL IN UNC REPORT 

ACC PLAYERS BALANCE BOOKS WITH FOOTBALL 

UNC SPORTS' ACADEMICS MERIT PRIDE, HARDIN SAYS 

TREAT ATHLETES LIKE STUDENTS 

NCSU TRUSTEES ADOPT 12 OF SPANGLER'S 14 RECOMMENDATIONS 

MONTEITH HAS RIGHT FOCUS ON ATHLETICS 

TEXAS ATHLETES FOCUS ON ACADEMIC WORK 

FRIDAY CO-CHAIRMAN OF PANEL STUDYING COLLEGE ATHLETICS 

STRONG ACADEMIC RULES ARE GOOD FOR ATHLETES 

ASHE SERVES MINORITIES HIS SUPPORT 

UNC FACULTY REPORT BLASTS SPORTS 

UNC SCORES WITH ATHLETICS REPORT 

ATHLETIC REFORMS CAN SAVE STUDENT'S FUTURE 

FACULTY GROUP SHOO BE MORE REALISTIC 



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N 


E E 


L Y 






P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 






S 


2 9/13/1989 D 


L U D18 






S 


2 9/22/1989 D 


I U D18 






S 


2 9/27/1989 D 


L U D18 






S 


2 10/05/1989 B 


L U D18 






s 


2 10/11/1989 D 


I U MS 






S 


2 10/26/1989 B 


1 U D18 






s 


2 11/01/1989 D 


U D18 






s 


2 11/08/1989 D 


1 U D18 






S 


2 11/17/1989 B 


I U D18 






s 


1 11/22/1989 D 


U D18 






s 


2 12/15/1989 B 1 


L U D18 






S 


2 12/20/1989 D 1 


1 U D18 



CHH 1 4/16/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 4/16/1989 A 


3 N C62 


S 2 4/17/1989 A 


1 N H65 


S 2 4/18/1989 A 


4 E 


S 2 11/10/1989 A 


1 P N E33 



H 2 12/05/1989 A 4 E 
CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 3 N M70 
H 2 6/25/1989 D 4 E 



S 2 
H 2 
S 2 

CHH 1 
S 2 



S 

s 

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



CHH 1 
S 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
H 2 



1/18/1989 A 
1/21/1989 A 
1/21/1989 B 
1/26/1989 A 
1/31/1989 A 
2/08/1989 D 
2/09/1989 B 
2/20/1989 A 
4/24/1989 A 
5/14/1989 C 
7/14/1989 B 
7/15/1989 A 
8/04/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/23/1989 
8/25/1989 
8/26/1989 
8/26/1989 
8/29/1989 
8/30/1989 
9/01/1989 B 
9/03/1989 A 
9/05/1989 A 
9/24/1989 B 
9/26/1989 A 
9/27/1989 
9/28/1989 
9/30/1989 
10/25/1989 
12/07/1989 
12/08/1989 
12/12/1989 
12/14/1989 



E 

E 

U F25 

N S17 

E 

N 

N 

N 

E 

U M14 

U M88 

E 

E 

N 

N C52 

N P52 

N 

N S69 

E 

U M88 

N K30 

N S17 

J Oil 

N 

E 

E 

N 

E 

N E33 

N S17 

E 

E 

U L22 



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ATHJITICS SQUABBLE AVERTEDi TV CREWS PACK UP, LEAVE 
HOW TO CALL THE NEWSHOUNDS 
FIRST THINGS FIRST 

ATHLETES, DRUG ABUSE 

SEE DRUG ABUSE, ATHLETES 

ATHLETES, HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 
TRIATHLON ATHLETE UITH ASTHMA SHARES HER TRAINING SECRETS 

ATHLETE'S FOOT 

GLAXO MARKETS NEW ANTI-FUNGAL MEDICINE 

ATHLETIC CONTRACTS 
SEE ALSO CONTRACTS 
PUBLIC HAS INTEREST IN ATHLETIC CONTRACTS 
VALVAND'S CONTRACT CONTAINS REPAYMENT CLAUSE 

ATHLETICS CONGRESS 

N.C. TRACK AND FIELDERS HEAD FOR WEST GERMANY 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

COURAGE SHOWN IN ATLANTA 
SQUALLOR AMONG THE HEALTH 

ATLANTA BRAVES 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

nixon: young braves MAKING progress 

NIXON* BRAVES BETTER 

ALVAREZ. NL'S OLDEST ROOKIE, MADE MOST OF SHOT UITH BRAVES 

BRAVES KEEP EX-BULL BLAUSER 

BRAVES' TOP DRAFT PICK HEADED FOR DURHAM? 

BRAVES LOAD BULLS UP WITH TALENT, EXPERIENCE 

GANT SETS SIGHTS HIGH AS BRAVES' THIRD BASEMAN 

BRAVES GET RELIEF, BULLS A PITCHER 

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

GERALD PERRY HAPPY WITH BRAVES' CHANGES 

BRAVES' NIXON IS OPTIMISTIC ABOUT 1989 

NIEKRO BACK AT HOME WITH BRAVES 

FROM THE MOUND TO THE OUTFIELD, TOMBERLIN IMPRESSES BRAVES BRASS 

UNLESS ORIOLES PASS ON TOP PITCHER, BRAVES LIKELY TO DRAFT POWER HITTER 

KDMMINSK FINDS DURHAM FORM IN CLEVELAND 

ATLANTA FALCONS 

FALCONS EXPECTED TO JOIN TEAMS CHASING SPURRIER 
SPURRIER REPORTEDLY NEAR TOP OF FALCONS' 'LOW-KEY' SEARCH 
SPURRIER TO MEET WITH OFFICIALS FROM FALCONS, GATORS 
SPURRIER, FALCONS MAY HOLD MEETING THIS WEEKEND 
BAD WEATHER PUTS FALCONS' MEETING WITH SPURRIER ON ICE 
FANNING FLAMES: SPURRIER MEETS WITH FALCONS, RILES CAVS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 

DUKE'S HICKIE TAKES ACC POST 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 
SEE ANTHONY J. MCKEVLIN AWARD 



CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/18/1989 A 
H 2 12/23/1989 A 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASEBALL 

DESPITE COLD, IT'S TIME FOR ACC BASEBALL 

TAR HEELS CLINCH ACC BASEBALL CROWN 

HOMERS LIFT HEELS, WOLFPACK 

THREADGILL LIFTS TIGERS OVER TAR HEELS IN ACC CHAMPIONSHIP 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (MEN) 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, OPERATION BASKETBALL 
BASKETBALL TAKES SPOTLIGHT 
ACC MARATHON PROVIDES A FULL DAY'S VIEWING 
LAETTNER: UVA'S LOSS, DUKE'S WIN 
UNC OPENS ACC PLAY, DUKE FACES INDIANS 



2 2/12/1989 C 

2 4/27/1989 D 

2 5/14/1989 C 

2 5/17/1989 D 



S 2 1/05/1989 A 

H 2 1/07/1989 D 

S 2 1/09/1989 D 

H 2 1/11/1989 D 



1 N S17 
4 E 
4 E 



H 


1 6/16/1989 C 


1 N T33 


S 


2 4/29/1989 A 


2 N 


S 
H 


2 8/02/1989 A 
2 8/05/1989 B 


4 E 
2 P N 


S 


2 8/08/1989 B 


4 N A76 


S 
H 


2 7/29/1989 A 
2 10/28/1989 A 


4 E 

4 E 


H 
S 
H 
S 

S 

s 
s 

H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/31/1989 B 
2 1/31/1989 B 
2 2/05/1989 C 
2 3/28/1989 D 
2 3/28/1989 D 
2 3/29/1989 D 
2 3/29/1989 D 
2 3/30/1989 D 
2 3/31/1989 B 
2 3/31/1989 D 
2 4/04/1989 D 
2 4/14/1989 B 
2 5/14/1989 C 
2 5/28/1989 C 
2 7/25/1989 B 


2 P N C52 
2 P N P52 
9 P N C52 

1 P N P52 

2 N P52 
1 P U P52 

3 P N P52 
1 U P75 
1 P U P75 
1 N P52 
3 P U P52 

1 P N C52 
3 P N C52 

2 N C52 
2 P U M88 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 11/29/1989 D 
2 11/30/1989 B 
2 12/05/1989 D 
2 12/06/1989 D 
2 12/10/1989 C 
2 12/19/1989 D 


1 P N C49 

1 N C49 
1 N M88 
1 P N C49 
1 P N L22 
1 P N M88 


H 


2 5/19/1989 B 


1 P N M14 



6 P N C52 
1 N 
1 N 
1 N 



4 E 

1 N C49 
2P U F25 
1 N 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



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IMC OPENS ACC ACTION VS. TERPS 

COLLEGE BASKETBALL 

DUKE PULLS OUT WIN OVER TERPS 

HEELS RUN INTO DISASTER VS. CAVS 

DUKE-UNC A TOSSUP? 

CHECK SPORTS SCHEDULE FIRST 

UNC EXPLOSION ENDS SUSPENSE 

DEACONS DERAIL DISJOINTED DEVILS 

'GOING WILD' IS TIJC-+ON0RED TRADITION 

TAR HEELS SHOOTING FOR BIG FOUR SWEEP 

ACC NOTES 

TROUBLED DUKE, STATE GET TOGETHER IN RALEIGH 

HEELS GO INSIDE TO WHIP DEACS 

PACK PULLS AWAY FROM BLUE DEVILS; WITHOUT FERRY, DUKE LOSES THIRD 

UOLFPACK 'HANDLES' FERRY-LESS BLUE DEVILS 

TAR HEELS EYE FIRST VS. TECH 

TAR HEELS GRAB BLUE-COLLAR WIN AGAINST JACKETS 

BLUE DEVILS SLAP HELPLESS TIGERS 

HEELS OVERWHELM TECH'S HAMMONDS 

TIGERS SCRATCH NO. 3 TAR HEELS 

FIRED-UP TIGERS BURN HEELS 

JACKETS HAND DEVILS 4TH LOSS 

PACK ESCAPES ACC PRESSURE, FACES DEPAUL 

DEPAUL DEALS FRIGID WOLFPACK ANOTHER LOSS 

DEVILS LEAVE IRISH GASPING 

DEPAUL AMBUSHES VIS ITING WOLFPACK 

HOME'S NEVER BEEN SWEETER FOR CHALKING UP ACC VICTORIES 

UNC VS. N.C. STATE: WINNER COULD HAVE INSIDE TRACK IN ACC 

TENACIOUS DUKE DEFENSE SHUTS DOWN CAVS 

WOLFPACK KICKS HEELS, 98-88 

WEEKS DECKS HEELS 

DEVILS, TERPS RIDING STREAKS 

DUKE CRANKS UP DEFENSE TO ROUT LAST-fLACE TERPS 

HEELS REBOUND AGAINST CAVS 

TAR HEELS END VICTORY DROUGHT 

DEVILS HAVE POINT TO PROVE VS. HARVARD 

TAR HEELS 'OUTFOX' MONARCHS, 87-77 

KOUBEK RISES TO OCCASION FOR DUKE 

UNC'S LEBO ON SIDELINES FOR WAKE CONTEST 

WOLFPACK TURNS UP THE HEAT ON TIGERS 

PACK FACES THIN JACKETS 

TAR HEELS LOOKING FOR WIN TO KEEP PACE WITH N.C. STATE 

PACK STRUGGLES BEFORE SHAKING OFF BULLDOGS 

NO. 5 TAR HEELS POWER TO WIN OVER WOLF PACK 

BLUE DEVILS BURY WOLFPACK, 84-65; FERRY SCORES 26 IN HOME FINALE 

GRAND FINALE IS TRULY GRAND 

ANTI-DRUG WIN BIGGER THAN NATIONAL TITLE 

VIRGINIA'S STITH STICKS IT TO STATE 

A FIVE-WAY ACC TIE? 

DEVILS, TIGERS IN SHOWDOWN 

5 VIE FOR TOP AS SEASON CONCLUDES 

ACC BASKETBALL 

TOURNEY TIME 

NCCU, 6 ACC TEAMS ARE GOING FOR TITLES 

JUST WAIT UNTIL NEXT YEAR 

COACHES HIT THE RECRUITING TRAIL 

FOUR ACC SCHOOLS STRIKING EARLY IN SPRING SIGNING PERIOD 

ACC TEAMS BEGIN TO GET THEIR MEN 

RECRUITING '89; ACC RETURNS TO PREP PROSPECTS 

ACC-BIG EAST MATCHUPS SET 

HOYAS VS. HEELS HEADS ACC-BIG EAST SERIES 

ACC-BIG EAST 

ACC STARS FALL 

NEW ARENA FOR CAVS? IT'S COMING, BUT NOT ANYTIME SOON 

FRIENDLY WAR WOULD SPICE ACC'S DIET 

DIFFERENT SEASON, DIFFERENT CHALLENGES IN ACC 

WHEN, WHERE TO CATCH AREA BASKETBALL TEAMS 

HEELS STILL TEAM OF CHOICE TO TAKE CONFERENCE TITLE 

HOOPS 1989/90! A GUIDE TO COLLEGE AND AREA PREP PROGRAMS 

HERE'S TEMPTING TEST OF ACC KNOWLEDGE 



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E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 


1/11/1989 D 


1 C N F25 


s 


2 


1/13/1989 D 


1 U F25 


H 


2 


1/15/1989 C 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 


1/16/1989 D 


2 P N F25 


S 


2 


1/18/1989 D 


1 U F25 


S 


2 


1/19/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/19/1989 B 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


1/23/1989 D 


2 P U D18 


S 


2 


1/24/1989 D 


4 P N A76 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 D 


1 C N M14 


S 


2 


1/25/1989 D 


1 U F25 


H 


2 


1/26/1989 D 


1 CNC52 


S 


2 


1/26/1989 B 


1 P N F25 


H 


2 


1/27/1989 B 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 


1/27/1989 D 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


1/28/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/29/1989 C 


1 P N M14 


H 


2 


1/30/1989 B 


2 P N C52 


S 


2 


1/30/1989 D 


2 P U D18 


H 


2 


2/02/1989 D 


1 C N C49 


S 


2 


2/02/1989 B 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


2/03/1989 D 


1 P N D18 


H 


2 


2/04/1989 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 C 


1 C N M14 


H 


2 


2/06/1989 D 


1 P N M14 


S 


2 


2/06/1989 D 


2 P N 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 D 


1 U C52 


H 


2 


2/09/1989 B 


1 C N C52 


S 


2 


2/09/1989 B 


1 P N F25 


H 


2 


2/10/1989 B 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 


2/10/1989 B 


1 U D18 


H 


2 


2/11/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/12/1989 C 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 


2/13/1989 B 


2 P N C52 


S 


2 


2/13/1989 D 


3 P U F25 


S 


2 


2/14/1989 B 


2 P N F25 


H 


2 


2/15/1989 D 


1 P N P75 


S 


2 


2/15/1989 D 


1 P N F25 


H 


2 


2/16/1989 D 


1 C N 


S 


2 


2/16/1989 B 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


2/18/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/19/1989 C 


1 N M14 


H 


2 


2/21/1989 B 


2 N M98 


H 


2 


2/22/1989 D 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 B 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 


2/24/1989 D 


1 U D18 


S 


2 


2/25/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


2/27/1989 D 


2 P U F25 


S 


2 


2/28/1989 D 


1 U F25 


S 


2 


3/01/1989 B 


1 N F25 


H 


2 


3/04/1989 D 


1 N M14 


S 


2 


3/04/1989 B 


1 P N 


S 


2 


3/07/1989 D 


1 U F25 


S 


2 


3/15/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


4/05/1989 D 


1 U F25 


H 


2 


4/09/1989 C 


8 N M14 


H 


2 


4/12/1989 D 


1 N M14 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 D 


1 N M14 


S 


2 


5/17/1989 D 


1 P U F25 


S 


2 


6/06/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


6/07/1989 D 


1 N 


S 


2 


6/07/1989 D 


1 U F25 


s 


2 


7/27/1989 B 


1 U F25 


H 


2 


8/06/1989 C 


2 N M88 


H 


2 


9/22/1989 B 


1 U M88 


H 


2 10/15/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 10/15/1989 C 


3 P N 


H 


2 11/06/1989 B 


2 C N 


H 


2 11/15/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/15/1989 D 


13 N 



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ACC TRIVIA QUIZ ANSWERS 

1989-90 ACC BASKETBALL SCHEME 

WHETHER HOME OR AWAY, ELLIS' TIGERS HAVING TOUGH TIME WITH BUILDINGS 

IT'S HERE... 

ACC-BIG EAST SHOWDOWN LIKELY TO END IN TIE 

DECEMBER INDEX: DEUCE'S WILD AT KENAN STADIUM 

HURLEY ONE OF FEW FRESH(MAN) FACES IN DEVILS' LINEUP 

HIGH TECH/SCOTT'S 42 NO. 2 ON JACKETS LIST 

TECH'S SCOn, ANDERSON TAKE AIM ON RECORDS 

COACHES LEARN ROPES THROUGH ACC BASKETBALL 

HEELS CLOSE IN ON WILDCATS; DUKE CHASES RAINBOW TITLE 

BLUE DEVILS TRYING TO MATCH OFFENSE TO SKILLS 



D — DATE- 



S I T 
E L Y 
C-PG L P 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (WOMEN) 

cir ^_go UOHEN SPORTS 

SEE ALSO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (GENERAL; SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER EACH SCHOOL) 
BULLETT PIERCES UNC; PACK PUMMELS DUKE H 

PACK, TERPS IN WOMEN'S FINAL H 

PACK'S STINSON DRAWS RAVE REVIEWS ON COURT H 



BYL 



11/15/1989 D 
11/15/1989 D 
11/23/1989 B 
11/24/1989 B 
11/30/1989 C 
12/02/1989 D 
12/03/1989 C 
12/07/1989 C 
12/21/1989 B 
12/24/1989 C 
12/27/1989 D 
12/28/1989 C 



2 3/05/1989 C 
2 3/06/1989 D 
2 12/10/1989 C 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL TOURNEY (MEN) 

HEELS DRAW TOUGH BRACKET IN TOURNEY S 2 3/06/1989 D 

THIS WEEKENDS MARCH MANIA H 2 3/08/1989 A 

THE SNACKFOOD OF CHAMPIONS; TRY NIBBLING ON THESE BETWEEN THE SLAM DUNKS H 2 3/08/1989 B 

ACC TOURNAMENT: IT'S USUALLY TOUGH TO EXPLAIN TO OUTSIDERS CHH 1 3/08/1989 A 

AT RANDOM S 2 3/08/1989 D 

UNC'S 24-75 A DISAPPOINTING SUCCESS STORY H 2 3/09/1989 D 

SURVEY FINDS UNC FAVORITE TV TEAM H 2 3/09/1989 D 

ACC TOURNEY MARKS BEGINNING OF SPRING S 2 3/09/1989 A 

TOURNEY TALK S 2 3/09/1989 B 

OMNI 'JINX' PLAGUES HEELS S 2 3/09/1989 B 

ACC MADNESS: 8 TEAMS ALL SEEKING ONE GOAL H 2 3/10/1989 B 

CREMINS PILOTS JACKETS THROUGH TOPSY-TURVY SEASON H 2 3/10/1989 B 

DEACONS' BOYD FEELS LIKE WINNER IN ATLANTA/ACC NOTEBOOK H 2 3/10/1989 B 

ON TOP OF A TERP S 2 3/10/1989 A 

TIGERS' ELLIS DUE S 2 3/10/1989 D 

ACC TOURNAMENT NOTEBOOK S 2 3/10/1989 D 

ACC TOURNAMENT NOTEBOOK S 2 3/10/1989 D 

AREA WORKERS MAKE CAREER OF WATCHING ACC TOURNEY/MARYLAND WINS 71-49 H 2 3/11/1989 A 

BUS STOP BASKETBALL H 2 3/11/1989 C 

INCREDIBLE: TERPS SEND STATE PACKING H 2 3/11/1989 D 

AFTER THE VICTORY, WADE EXITS ON STRETCHER H 2 3/11/1989 D 

REVENGE? HEELS RIP JACKETS H 2 3/11/1989 D 

DEVILS BOUNCE DEACS, 88-64 H 2 3/11/1989 D 

CAVS BURY CLEMSON, CLAIM LAST BERTH IN SEMIFINALS H 2 3/11/1989 D 

LEBO, BUCKNALL SEARCHING FOR MEMORIES H 2 3/11/1989 D 

WIN STUNS MARYLAND AND STATE H 2 3/11/1989 D 

FERRY WINS NAISMITH AWARD; MADDEN'S STARE EARNS A 'T'/ACC NOTEBOOK H 2 3/11/1989 D 

DRUMMING FOR THE TAR HEELS CHH 1 3/11/1989 A 

DUKE DECKS DEACS S 2 3/11/1989 A 

MIRACLES DO HAPPEN S 2 3/11/1989 B 

TERPS BEWILDER 'PACK S 2 3/11/1989 B 

PAY-BACK TIME FOR DEVILS S 2 3/11/1989 B 

TAR HEELS OVERWHELM FLAT JACKETS S 2 3/11/1989 B 

CAVS' WIN OVER TIGERS COMPLETES DAY OF ROMPS S 2 3/11/1989 B 

'AIR BRICKEY' IGNITES DUKE S 2 3/11/1989 B 

HEELS SEEK 'FINAL PRIZE' S 2 3/11/1989 B 

ACC TOURNEY NOTEBOOK S 2 3/11/1989 B 

ACC TOURNEY NOTEBOOK S 2 3/11/1989 B 

UNC THUMPS MARYLAND 88-58 H 2 3/12/1989 A 

TAR HEELS END TERRAPINS' RUN AS GIANT KILLER H 2 3/12/1989 C 

FERRY GIVES BLUE DEVILS SPARK TO FINISH OFF CAVS H 2 3/12/1989 C 

SCALPERS, BOOS, CHEERS, BOREDOM: THEY'RE ALL PART OF A VERY LONG DAY H 2 3/12/1989 C 

LABEL UNC-DUKE MATCHUP ANOTHER BATTLE OVER 'BOARDS'/ACC NOTEBOOK H 2 3/12/1989 C 

LAST SHOT TO KILL CASE OF BLOWOUT FEVER H 2 3/12/1989 C 

MORE THAN BASKETBALL IN THE AIR CHH 1 3/12/1989 A 

TAR HEELS TAKE IT ALL! TAR HEEL FANS ARE EUPHORIC H 2 3/13/1989 A 

THIS TIME AROUND, HEELS TAKE THE PRIZE; UNC SENIORS SETTLE SCORE H 2 3/13/1989 B 

TAR HEELS' TRIUMPH OVER BLUE DEVILS FOR ACC TITLE H 2 3/13/1989 B 

EARNING THE BATTLE SCARS H 2 3/13/1989 B 



N 
N 
N 

U F25 
UF25 
U H88 
U M88 
N 
N 

U H88 
N M88 
N 



3 P N 
2 P N 
2 U F95 



U F25 
E 

F W66 
U 

U D18 
U C52 
N 
E 

U D18 
N F25 
N C52 
U M14 
N C49 
P L38 
U D18 
N D18 
N F25 
N C47 
P T32 
N C49 
N M14 
N C52 
N C49 
N M14 
U M14 
N C52 
N 

P L38 
P 

U F25 
N D18 
U D18 
N F25 
N F25 
N F25 
N D18 
N D18 
N F25 
P 

N C52 
N C49 
U C49 
N C45 
U M14 
E 

N H90 
N C49 
N C52 
U M14 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1999 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY SUBJECTS 



ACC CHAMPIONSHIP/BATTLE OF ATLANTA H 

FANS EUPHORIC AFTER HEELS' ACC VICTORY CHH 

CAROLINA CELEBRATION S 

AGONY, ECSTASY S 

AGONY • ECSTASY S 

J.R. REID CELEBRATES AS UNC GETS TO CUT DOWN THE NETS AFTER BEATING DUKE S 
HEELS FINALLY UIN THE REAL THING S 

MISFIRES COST DUKE 'WAR' WITH UNC S 

DEVILS LOSE WITH CLASS S 

FORGETTING LOSS IS DEVILS' BIGGEST TASK H 

ACTIVITIES ABUZZ DESPITE ACC TOURNAMENT S 

LET'S HOPE THEY MEET AGAIN; DUKE-CAROLINA BRUISER FIT END TO ACC TOURNEY H 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, COACH OF THE YEAR 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, FOOTBALL COACHES 
SEE ALSO COACH OF THE YEAR 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, COACHES 

VALVANO TABBED TOP COACH 

VALVANO NAMED TOP ACC COACH 

THE ACC'S BEST/DUKE'S SPURRIER, HINES CLAIM LEAGUE'S TOP HONORS 

SPURRIER COACH OF THE YEAR IN ACC 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, COLLEGE BOWLS 
SEE ALSO COLLEGE BOWLS 
BELIEVE IT OR NOTJ ACC 'BOWLED' BETTER THAN ANYBODY IN THE '80S 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, FIELD HOCKEY (WOMEN) 

DEVILS BLANK DEACS, FACE HEELS IN ACC FIELD HOCKEY 
STALEY, HEELS STICK IT TO TERPS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, FOOTBALL 

SEE ALSO ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM 
SPRING FOOTBALL OPENS FOR ACC 
ACC, N.C. DRAFT SELECTIONS 

LIFE OUTSIDE FOOTBALL HAS PROVEN DIFFICULT FOR ACC RUSHING CHAMPS 
ACC STARS FALL 

BELIEVE IT OR NOTJ ACC 'BOWLED' BETTER THAN ANYBODY IN THE '80S 
ACC OFFI CIALS NO LONGER JUST BLOWING SMOKE 
COACHES OFFER BEST/WORST OF ACC FOOTBALL 
ACC'S GLAMOUR JOBS OPEN 

BELIEVE IT: DUKE'S DECKER NEARLY WORE A DIFFERENT KIND OF UNIFORM 
'PACK, CAVS TO CHALLENGE TIGERS IN ACC RACE 
THE DURHAM SUN SPORTS STAFF PREDICTS... 
WHEN THE COACHES PLAYED... 

TAR HEELS' NEW WRINKLE: HARK THE SOUND OF WOODY'S VOICE/COLLEGES 
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKING FOR CAVS AND ACC 

SPURRIER HAPPY WITH BLUE DEVILS' PROGRESS; TAR HEELS NAME CAPTAINS 
ACC PLAYERS BALANCE BOOKS WITH FOOTBALL 
GAME DAY 

THANKS TO O'DONNELL, ACC SEASON KICKED OFF WITH A BANG, NOT A YAUN 
ACC GETS CHANCE TO PROVE BOASTS 
GAME DAY 

FORD? TURNOVER RATIO KEY STAT 
FRIENDLY WAR WOULD SPICE ACC'S DIET 
GAME DAY 

N.C. STATE'S DEFENSE FINALLY GETS SOME PRAISE 
ACC FOOTBALL 
GArtE DAY 

BLUE DEVILS DOMINATE ACC PICKS 
AN UPSETTING UPSET 
GAME DAY 

CITRUS BOWL RESERVES OPTION ON ACC CHAMP 
GAME DAY 

ACC COACHES! PARITY'S COME TO FOOTBALL 
ACC TITLE UP FOR GRABS 
WOLFPACK'S LOSS IS ACC'S GAIN 
IN ACC, MEEK HAVE INHERITED PLACE IN SUN 
SPARKS TO FLY WHEN JACKETS FACE DEVILS 
RUNNING UP SCORES IS ALL RELATIVE 
GAME DAY 



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3/13/1989 B 
3/13/1989 A 
3/13/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/14/1989 B 
3/14/1989 B 
3/15/1989 A 



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P BYL 

P L38 
N H90 
P L38 
P K30 
P T44 
P 

U F25 
U D18 
N D18 
N M14 
N A76 
E 



H 2 3/07/1989 B 

H 2 3/14/1989 B 

S 1 11/22/1989 D 

H 2 11/23/1989 B 



4 P N 
1 P N 
1 P N 
1 P N C49 



H 2 7/30/1989 B 2 N M88 



H 


2 10/28/1989 D 


2 N 


H 


2 10/30/1989 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 


2/19/1989 C 


10 P N C49 


H 


2 


4/25/1989 B 


1 C N 


H 


2 


7/23/1989 C 


2 N M88 


S 


2 


7/27/1989 B 


1 U F25 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 B 


2 N M88 


H 


2 


8/01/1989 B 


2 U H88 


S 


2 


8/01/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


S 


2 


8/16/1989 D 


1 P U F25 


H 


2 


8/20/1989 B 


2 N M88 


S 


2 


8/23/1989 D 


7 P F F25 


S 


2 


8/23/1989 D 


13 F 


H 


2 


8/24/1989 D 


20 P F C49 


H 


2 


8/27/1989 B 


2 N M88 


S 


2 


8/29/1989 C 


1 U D18 


H 


2 


8/30/1989 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


9/01/1989 B 


3 P N K30 


H 


2 


9/02/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/03/1989 B 


3 U H88 


S 


2 


9/07/1989 B 


3 U F25 


H 


2 


9/09/1989 D 


1 N 


S 


2 


9/14/1989 B 


4 U F25 


H 


2 


9/22/1989 B 


1 U M88 


H 


2 


9/23/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/24/1989 C 


6 P N H64 


S 


2 


9/28/1989 B 


1 U F25 


H 


2 


9/30/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 10/03/1989 B 


3 N 


S 


2 10/05/1989 B 


3 U F25 


H 


2 10/07/1989 D 


1 N 


S 


2 


10/12/1989 B 


1 P U F25 


H 


2 10/14/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 10/19/1989 B 


1 P N L22 


S 


2 10/20/1989 B 


4 U F25 


H 


2 


10/23/1989 B 


2 U M88 


H 


2 


10/26/1989 B 


1 U L22 


S 


2 


10/27/1989 B 


1 P N 


S 


2 


10/27/1989 B 


2 U F25 


H 


2 


10/28/1989 D 


1 N 



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SUBJECTS 



CITRUS LINK TO EARN BID FDR ACC CHAMPS? 

CITRUS BOWL NOT RULING OUT INVITATION FOR TEAM FROM ACC 

NUMBERS PROVE WAKE'S PROEHL IS UNDERRATED 

PARITY A RARITY IN ACC FOOTBALL 

STATE. VIRGINIA TITLE HOPES ON THE LINE 

AIR PATROL/DEVILS, DEACONS TO SET UP END ZONE COMMAND POST 

BLUE DEVILS FIND NEW WAY TO WIN 

GAMECOCK PENALTY COSTS DUKE ITS LAST ACC TITLE 

DEVILS SEEKING ACC TITLE 

FROM A TO F; RATING COACHES IN THE ACC 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, FOOTBALL COACHES 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, COACH OF THE YEAR 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, COACHES 
COACHES OFFER BEST/WORST OF ACC FOOTBALL 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 

1989 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 
1989 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, GOLF (MEN) 

TOP-RANKED CLEMSON HEADS STRONG ACC FIELD 

ACC GOLF RETURNS TO ROCKY MOUNT 

DEVILS, CAMS IN TENNIS FINAL; RAIN DELAYS MEN'S ACC GOLF 

WAKE WINS GOLF TITLE; DUKE WOMEN'S TENNIS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, LACROSSE 

ACC LACROSSE TOURNAMENT BEGINS TONIGHT IN CHAPEL HILL 
DUKE ENDS TERPS' DOMINANCE, EARNS TITLE SHOT AGAINST HERS 
UNC WHIPS DUKE FOR LACROSSE TITLE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, OPERATION BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (MEN) 
ACC OPERATION BASKETBALL/MIXING FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL PAYS DIVIDENDS... 
ACC OPERATION BASKETBALL/MIXING FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL PAYS DIVIDENDS... 
HEELS STILL TEAM OF CHOICE TO TAKE CONFERENCE TITLE 
NO PUNCHLINES, JUST FACTS FROM WOLFPACK'S VALVANO 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD 
FERRY AP'S UNANIMOUS ACC PLAYER OF YEAR 
FERRY DOMINATES VOTE FOR ACC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
HINES EARNS ACC PLAYER OF YEAR 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SOCCER (MEN) 

WESTERN INVASION LEAVES DUKE, STATE WITH LOSSES 

WEST COAST TEAMS DOMINATE DUKE, STATE IN SOCCER TOURNEY 

VIRGINIA OFF TO HOT START 

TAR HEELS, WOLFPACK BATTLE TO KEEP OUT OF CONFERENCE CELLAR 

WAKE FOREST NO LONGER ACC DOORMAT 

DUKE ADVANCES; UNC FALLS FROM SOCCER TOURNEY 

ACC SOCCER TOURNEY SLOGS ON IN RAIN 

DUKE STILL WORTHY OF NCAA FIELD 

DEACONS WIN TITLE SHOOTOUT/DEVILS STUMBLE IN ACC SOCCER 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SOCCER (WOMEN) 

TAR HEELS, WOLFPACK BATTLE TO KEEP OUT OF CONFERENCE CELLAR 
UNC 'ODDS-ON FAVORITE' IN ACC WOMEN'S SOCCER 
DUKE BOOTS MARYLAND IN ACC SOCCER TOURNEY 
PACK NO MATCH FOR UNC'S DEPTH 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SOCCER TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO SOCCER 
ACC TEAMS BEGIN SHOWDOWN FOR LEAGUE TITLE, NCAA BIDS/CLEMSON, DUKE... 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SPORTS 

DORRANCE FINDS SMITH'S WAY WORKS JUST FINE IN SOCCER 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, TENNIS (WOMEN) 

DEVILS, CAVS IN TENNIS FINAL; RAIN DELAYS MEN'S ACC GOLF 



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11/01/1989 D 
11/02/1989 C 
11/02/1989 B 
11/03/1989 B 
11/03/1989 B 
11/04/1989 D 
11/05/1989 C 
11/09/1989 B 
11/17/1989 B 
11/30/1989 B 



N 
N 

U F25 
U D18 
N 

N C49 
N C49 
UF25 
N 
U L22 



S 2 8/01/1989 D 1 P U D18 



2 8/23/1989 D 12 
2 8/24/1989 D 39 



H 2 2/19/1989 C 9 N C49 

H 2 4/14/1989 B 3 N 

H 2 4/16/1989 C 10 N 

H 2 4/17/1989 D 3 N 



H 2 4/28/1989 B 3 N C52 
H 2 4/29/1989 B 1 P N C52 
H 2 4/30/1989 C 1 P N C52 



H 
H 
H 
H 


2 11/06/1989 B 
2 11/06/1989 B 
2 11/06/1989 B 
2 11/06/1989 B 


2 P U C49 
2 P N L22 
2 C N 
2PN 


H 
H 
H 


2 3/06/1989 D 
2 3/14/1989 B 
2 11/22/1989 D 


3 N 
1 P N 
1 P N 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 


2 9/09/1989 D 
2 9/11/1989 B 
2 9/24/1989 C 
2 10/22/1989 C 
2 10/29/1989 C 
2 11/03/1989 B 
2 11/03/1989 B 
2 11/06/1989 B 
2 11/06/1989 B 


2 N F95 
2 P N F95 
2 N F95 
2 UF95 

2 U F95 

1 P N F95 

3 P N A76 

2 N F95 
2 P N F95 


H 
H 
H 
H 


2 10/22/1989 C 
2 10/27/1989 B 
2 10/28/1989 D 
2 10/30/1989 B 


2 U F95 
2 N F95 
2 N F95 
2 P N F95 



H 2 11/02/1989 C 1 P U M88 
H 2 11/30/1989 B 1 N 
H 2 4/16/1989 C 10 N 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, VOLLEYBALL (WOMEN) 



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R, FIELD HOCKEY 


H 2 12/03/1989 C 2 U F95 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCEjWOHEN'S BASKETBALL 

SEE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (WEN) 

ATOMIC BOMBS 
SEE ALSO BOMBS 
SEE ALSO HIROSHIMA 
SEE ALSO JAPAN 
SEE ALSO NAGASAKI, JAPAN 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR UEAPONS 

MEMORIAL TO HONOR BOMBING VICTIMS 

GROUP REMEMBERS 1945 A-BOMBING OF JAPANESE CITIES 

ATOMIC ENERGY 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR ENERGY 
ATOMIC POWER 

AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO ART AUCTIONS 
THE LAST PICTURE SHOW; A CHAPEL HILL LANDMARK SEES ITS LAST FRAME 
BACHELOR AUCTION 
COUNTY TO AUCTION SURPLUS 

'DO I HEAR...'] COUNTY AUCTION HAD BARGAINS ON CARS... 
STATE WILL AUCTION UNCLAIMED PROPERTY 
TOWN TO HOLD AUCTION SATURDAY 

FAILED HAYTI HARDWARE VENTURE ENDS WITH AUCTION OF ALL STORE'S CONTENTS 
UADDELL'S FINAL ASSETS AUCTIONED 
DEFINITELY A 'SUPER' AUCTION 

DIFFICULTIES OVERSHADOW GOOD CHEER OF ANNUAL RAPE CENTER SILENT AUCTION 
MENTAL HEALTH CENTER BIDS ON SUCCESS OF 2ND ANNUAL AUCTION 
ASSOCIATION COLLECTS GIFTS 
POLICE DEPARTMENT POSTPONES AUCTION 

AUDITORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., AUDIT 
SEE ALSO N.C. STATE AUDITORS OFFICE 
SENATE APPROVES BILL LIFTING FURNITURE SALES RESTRICTIONS 

AUDITS 

SEE AUDITORS 

AUGUSTA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB 

THE MASTERS; A PARTING SHOT FOR AUGUSTA NATIONAL 

THE MASTERS; A FIRST-+*Vfl> LOOK AT THE BEAUTY OF AUGUSTA 

AUSOflJITZ 

SEE ALSO "THE HOLOCAUST 
EYES FROM THE ASHES; VICTIMS' HUMANITY RECOVERED FROM AUSCHWITZ ARCHIVE 

AUSTIN, TEXAS 
SEE ALSO TEXAS 
VANDALIZING A LANDMARK TREE 



AUSTRALIA 

BROKEN HILLS 
'DOWN UNDER' 



CHH 1 8/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/06/1989 A 



3 N H90 
3 P N C62 



CHH 1 3/18/1989 A 5 P N 



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



2/05/1989 A 
3/28/1989 B 
5/04/1989 A 
5/21/1989 
6/15/1989 
8/10/1989 
8/30/1989 
11/14/1989 
11/28/1989 
12/10/1989 
12/12/1989 
12/12/1989 
12/15/1989 



N M25 
P T37 
N 

N M70 
N H60 
N 

N R63 
N W57 
U W15 
N D38 
N S17 
N S17 
N 



H 2 5/11/1989 B 



THE 'REAL' AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK 
FILMS SHOWN 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 


4/03/1989 A 
4/03/1989 A 


10 P F 
10 P F 


H 2 


4/30/1989 E 


1 P F W66 


H 2 


6/09/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 

S 2 


1/08/1989 E 
1/12/1989 D 


1 P F 
11 P N 



AUTHORS 

SEE WRITERS, N.C. 

AUTISM 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 

SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 

SEE ALSO itNTALLY RETARDED 

SEE ALSO TEACCH (TREATMENT & EDUCATION OF AUTISTIC & 
AN OSCAR FOR FORGOTTEN ADULTS/SUNDAY FOCUS! AUTISM 
CAMP CATERS TO AUTISTIC KIDS, ADULTS/SUNDAY FOCUS! 
LIVING IN A NORMAL WORLD/SUNDAY FOCUS! AUTISM 
'RAIN MAN' TOPIC OF AUTISM CONFERENCE 



COMMUN. 


HANDICAPPED CHILDREN) 






CHH 1 3/26/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


AUTISM 


CHH 1 3/26/1989 A 


1 N S17 




CHH 1 3/26/1989 A 


1 P N S17 




S 2 4/18/1989 B 


3 N 



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SUBJECTS 






HIGH-FUNCTIONING AUTISTICS SAID HARD TO DIAGNOSE 
IN CRISIS, THAT COMMON BOND 

AUTO COLLISION INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO NO-FAULT INSURANCE 
CONSUMERS LOSE ON RENTAL-CAR COLLISION DAMAGE WAIVERS 

AUTO HEADLIGHTS 
SEE HEADLIGHTS 

AUTO INSURANCE RATES 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE RATES 
SCORING POINTS WITH INSURANCE COMPANIES 
INSURANCE BUREAU HAY END TERRITORIES ON MILITARY BASES 
LOWER AUTO INSURANCE RATES EXPECTED TO START ABOUT MAY 
AUTO INSURANCE COSTS GOING UP FOR MOST N.C. DRIVERS 
AUTO INSURANCE INCREASE REQUESTED 

AUTO MAINTENANCE 

SEE AUTO REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 

AUTO RACING 

SEE ALSO DRAG RACING 
SEE ALSO GREAT AMERICAN RACE 
SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 
THE (REAL) GREAT RACE; RALEIGH ON ROUTE FROM NORFOLK TO DISNEYLAND 
'ICEMAN' LABONTE STICKING NOSE IN HIGH POINTS/AUTO RACING 

AUTO REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO AUTOMOBILE TITLES 
SEE ALSO LICENSE PLATES 
HOUSE LEADERS REVISE HIGHWAY FINANCING PACKAGE 

AUTO REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO MECHANICS 

FIRMS TRY TO PUT DENT IN DURHAM STORM CLAIMS 

FIX & FLY REPAIRS AUTOS WHILE CUSTOMERS TRAVEL 

CAN'T BEAT THE SKILL OF A SHADE-TREE MECHANIC 

'CAR TALK'/RADIO COMEDY AND THE ART OF AUTO REPAIR 

AUTO SHOWS 

CAROLINA CRUISERS WILL HOST CAR SHOW 
CLASSIC CAR SHOW TO BE HELD IN ROXBORO 

AUTO TAXES 

SEE MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

AUTOGRAPHS 

MICHAELS MEETS ZWICK AND KRZYZEUSKI 

AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIPS 
SEE AUTOS, DEALERS 

AUTOMOBILE TITLES 

SEE ALSO AUTO REGISTRATION 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, PROPERTY TAXES 

PLAN COULD RAISE GAS, TITLE TAXES TO BUILD ROADS 

TOLL ROADS STUDY ORDERED BY LEGISLATIVE PANEL 

THOMPSON: TRANSFER FEE 'DEAD' 

VOTE DUE ON *8.6 BILLION ROADS BILL 

AUTOPSIES 

DUKE PROCESS SPEEDS ALZHEIMER'S TESTS 

AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO CAR TALK (RADIO SHOW) 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA CRUISERS CAR CLUB 



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CHH 1 
H 2 



5/22/1989 A 
8/22/1989 A 



3 N 
6 P N S56 



S 2 4/18/1989 A 5 J Oil 



S56 



H 


2 


1/27/1989 A 


6 T F 


H 


2 


1/28/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


2/12/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 A 


12 N 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 B 


1 N 



6/26/1989 B 
8/13/1989 C 



1 P F S56 
6 N M64 



H 2 5/20/1989 B 5 N 



S 2 3/11/1989 A 1 N B53 

H 2 8/07/1989 B 1 P N K65 

CHH 1 10/15/1989 A 3 U 

H 2 10/27/1989 D 3 P F B71 



2 4/11/1989 D 
1 5/19/1989 C 



N A76 
N H60 



H 2 10/30/1989 B 9 P P C45 



H 2 2/21/1989 B 1 N L40 

H 2 2/27/1989 B 1 P N 

S 2 3/24/1989 A 1 P N M06 

H 2 5/31/1989 A 1 C N L40 



H 2 8/14/1989 A 1 N 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO HITTING THE ROAD (COLUMN) 
SEE ALSO REMOTE CONTROL MODEL CARS 
SEE ALSO REVIEWS. AUTOS 
SEE ALSO SOLAR AUTOS 
SEE ALSO USED CAR DEALERS 
SEE ALSO WINDSHIELDS 

DETAILS, DETAILS... CLEANING CARS FROM BUMPER TO BUMPER 

THE HARD WAY 

PRIZM IS GM'S BREAD-AND-BUTTER CAR/WHEELS 

FIRST IMPRESSION: NEW GM DIVISION HAS KICKED UP A STORM 

THE INFINITI HAS FINALLY ARRIVED 

COFFEE CUP BEGAN CAR'S DECORi KITCHEN SINK NEXT? 

HITTING THE ROAD 

HITTING THE ROAD 

HITTING THE ROAD 

HITTING THE ROAD 

HITTING THE ROAD 

AUTOS. ABANDONED 

CARRBORO BOARD MAY TIGHTEN CLAMPS ON HOUSE MOVERS 

MERCEDES' FATE STILL IN LIMBO 

STREET NEAR OMNI COMPLEX BECOMES ONE-CAR JUNK YARD 

AUTOS, ANTIQUE 
SEE ALSO ANTIQUES 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA CRUISERS CAR CLUB 
SEE ALSO VISIONS OF YESTERDAY RODDERS 

CLASSIC CAR SHOW TO BE HELD IN ROXBORO 

THE (REAL) GREAT RACE; RALEIGH ON ROUTE FROM NORFOLK TO DISNEYLAND 

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES HAVE LONG HISTORY 

PASSIONS PROUDLY PARKED AT T-BIRD EVENT 

PRIZE SHOT 

AUTOS, BLUE LIGHTS 

SEE ALSO POLICE IMPERSONATORS 
SEE ALSO RAPE, N.C. 
'BLUE LIGHT BANDIT' TRIES TO STOP WOMAN 

AUTOS, BREAKING AND ENTERING 

SEE BREAKING AND ENTERING, AUTOS 

AUTOS, DEALERS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, SALES 
SEE ALSO USED CAR DEALERS 
CAR DEALERS, HORSE TRADERS - ONE AND THE SAME 
CAR DEALER GROUP PULLS TV AD AFTER MADD'S ANGRY PROTEST 

AUTOS, EMISSIONS 

STATEWIDE AUTO EXHAUST INSPECTIONS MAY BE AHEAD 
CONGRESS FINALLY HEEDS CALL FOR CLEANER AIR 
DURHAM CARS TO GET YEARLY EXHAUST TESTS 
IN DURHAM STATIONS MAY DROP CAR CHECKS 

AUTOS, FIRES 

SEE ALSO FIRES, N.C. 
FIRE DESTROYS CAR 

PICKUP TRUCK BURNS IN CITY PARKING LOT 
INVESTIGATORS SAY FIRES DELIBERATE, SEEK INFORMATION 
POLICE LOG/POLICE HIT WITH ROCKS, BOTTLES BEFORE DISTURBANCE QUELLED 
BURNING MAN PULLED FROM FIERY 1-85 CRASH 
DURHAM'S LATEST HERO FOLLOWS GOLDEN RULE 

AUTOS, PROPERTY TAXES 

SEE ALSO AUTOMOBILE TITLES 
SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 
SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 
SEE ALSO TAXES, DURHAM COUNTY 

A FINE THAT EXCEEDS THE OFFENSE 

BILL ON VEHICLE TAXES IS QUESTIONED 

STATE LOSING TAXES ON USED CARS 



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S 


2 4/05/1989 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 9/27/1989 C 


4 PP R56 


H 


2 10/05/1989 D 


1 P F S73 


H 


2 11/02/1989 D 


1 P U 


H 


2 11/09/1989 D 


1 PF 


H 


2 11/26/1989 B 


1 PU N36 


H 


2 11/30/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 12/07/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 12/14/1989 D 


1 U F65 


H 


2 12/21/1989 D 


1 U F65 


H 


2 12/28/1989 D 


1 U F65 


CHH 1 1/10/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 3/16/1989 A 


3 N 


H 


2 3/18/1989 C 


1 P N S69 



H 


1 


5/19/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 


2 


6/26/1989 B 


1 P F S56 


S 


2 


6/30/1989 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 


7/24/1989 B 


1 P N Bll 


Ctt 


4 1 


9/01/1989 A 


3 P P L38 



H 2 1/29/1989 A 11 N 



CHH 1 9/10/1989 A 3 U 
H 2 11/29/1989 C 1 N C60 



H 2 1/09/1989 B 1 

S 2 10/05/1989 A 4 

S 2 11/11/1989 A 1 

S 2 11/13/1989 A 1 



H 

CHH 

S 

H 

H 

S 



1/13/1989 C 
6/11/1989 A 
7/18/1989 C 
9/24/1989 B 
10/05/1989 A 
10/06/1989 A 



N 
E 
N 
N E33 



P T37 
N 

N B53 
H M51 
N M51 
E 



H 2 1/03/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 3/08/1989 D 12 N 
H 2 5/06/1989 B 2 N 



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SUBJECTS 



TAX ASSESSOR REVVING UP TO CATCH CAR-TAX DODGERS 
6,000 RISKING TAX FINE 

AUTOS, RECALL 

SEE AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 

AUTOS, RENTAL 

CONSUMERS LOSE ON RENTAL-CAR COLLISION DAMAGE WAIVERS 

AUTOS, SALES 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, DEALERS 
AUTO DEALERS SAY SALE TAX HIKE WILL HELP BEFORE HURTING 
RAIN SLOWS RUSH TO BEAT AUTO SALES TAX HIKE 

AUTOS, THEFTS 

SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLES, THEFTS 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO TRUCKS. THEFTS 
MCNEIL FACES 121 BREAK-IN CHARGES 
DURHAM HAN SOUGHT IN FIVE COUNTIES ARRESTED NEAR OXFORD 
POLICE CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH ABDUCTING TAXI DRIVER 
MAN CHARGED WITH ESCAPE AFTER CHASE 
POLICE LOG/TWO FACING STOLEN PROPERTY CHARGES 
MAN FACES COCAINE, STOLEN CAR CHARGES 
ROBBERY OF CAR, COAT NETS 14 YEARS 
POLICE LOG/NAN CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN CAR 
STOLEN CAR NEARLY HITS POLICE CRUISER 
TEST DRIVE BECOMES AUTO THEFT 
DWI SUSPECT STEALS PATROL CAR 
WOMAN CHARGED WITH CAR THEFT 

POLICE ARREST SIX PERSONS, RECOVER THREE STOLEN CARS 
MAN CHARGED WITH ARMED ROBBERY AND THEFT OF AUTO 
COURT FREES HAN CONVICTED OF POSSESSING STOLEN AUTO 
POLICE LOG/4 CHARGED WITH AUTO THEFT 
POLICE L0G/W0MAN.22, CHARGED WITH APARTMENT BREAK-IN 
POLICE LOG/TEEN ARRESTED IN AUTO THEFT INCIDENT 
POLICE LOG/PEDESTRIAN HOSPITALIZED BY HIT-AND-RUN VEHICLE 
FOUR DURHAM MEN CHARGED AFTER STOLEN JEEP RECOVERED 
POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH THEFT OF CHURCH LAWN MOWER- 
POLICE LOG/FRONT-DOOR KICKER SHOT, HOSPITALIZED 
POLICE LOG/2 ARMED ROBBERIES MAY BE RELATED 
STOLEN GUNS, CAR RECOVERED WITH ARRESTS 
POLICE LOG/REPORTS DISAGREE ON ROBBER'S CLOTHING 
CHILD ASLEEP WHEN CAR STOLEN GETS WILD RIDE 

POLICE LOG/ROBBER HANDS NOTE TO BANK TELLER, WALKS AWAY WITH MONEY 
POLICE LOG/CAR HOOKED ON TRACTOR-TRAILER BUMPER 
MORE CHARGES FILED IN BREAK-IN CASES/POLICE LOG 
POLICE RESCUE BABY FROM STOLEN CAR 
POLICE LOG/BABY RESCUED FROM STOLEN, WRECKED AUTO 
VAN LARCENY 
TEST-DRIVE THEFT 
HITCH RIDE, CAR 

OFFICERS ARREST MAN IN THEFT OF PATROL CAR 
POLICE LOG/BAD CHECK LEADS TO STOLEN CAR 
STEALING CAR WITH SLEEPING CHILD DRAWS 12-YEAR SENTENCE 

AUTOS, VANDALISM 

SEE ALSO VANDALISM* DURHAM 
POLICE LOG/AUTOS VANDALIZED AT FIVE HOMES IN NORTHGATE AREA 

AVALANCHE 

SCIENTISTS LOOK IN SAND PILE FOR ANSWERS ON AVALANCHES 

AVON 

SHOPS PEDDLE 'CRUELTY-FREE' BEAUTY 
1989 BRINGS SHIFT IN ANIMAL TESTING 

AWARDS 

SEE ALSO ALBERT SCHWEITZER INTERNATIONAL PRIZES 
SEE ALSO ANTHONY J. MCKEVLIN AWARD 



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CHH 1 12/30/1989 A 



1 PN H65 
1 P N M20 



S 2 4/18/1989 A 5 J Oil 



H 2 7/30/1989 C 4 N Bll 
CHH 1 10/01/1989 A 3 P N C62 



S 


2 


2/01/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


2/07/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


2/14/1989 C 


4 


N 


CHH 1 


3/17/1989 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


3/26/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/28/1989 C 


6 


N 


CHH 1 


4/16/1989 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


5/21/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/04/1989 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


6/12/1989 C 


3 


NM51 


H 


2 


6/21/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/26/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/03/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/06/1989 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


7/23/1989 B 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 C 


11 


N M51 


CHH 1 


8/12/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/14/1989 B 


5 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/19/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/20/1989 C 


11 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/26/1989 C 


2 


N N36 


H 


2 


8/30/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 


9/11/1989 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


9/13/1989 C 


5 


N R63 


H 


2 


9/17/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


9/28/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 


9/29/1989 A 


10 


N M51 


H 


2 10/06/1989 C 


3 


N N36 


S 


2 10/19/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 10/20/1989 C 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 10/23/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 10/28/1989 C 


1 


N C47 


H 


2 10/30/1989 B 


7 


N M51 


S 


2 11/22/1989 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 11/27/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/13/1989 C 


3 


N S82 



H 2 9/01/1989 C 9 N N36 
H 2 7/20/1989 D 10 N D80 



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SEE ALSO BARLETT DURHAM AWARD 

SEE ALSO BETTER DURHAM HUMAN RELATIONS AWARD 

SEE ALSO CARLIE B. SESSOMS AWARD 

SEE ALSO CITY OF MEDICINE AWARD 

SEE ALSO CIVIC HONOR AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DISTINGUISHED PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD 

SEE ALSO DISTINGUISHED WOMEN OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM AWARD 

SEE ALSO DURHAM HERALD CO., AWARDS 

SEE ALSO FIRST AMENDMENT AWARD 

SEE ALSO FRONT PAGE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO GOLD STAR AWARDS 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S AWARD FOR BRAVERY AND HEROISM 

SEE ALSO H. FLEMING FULLER AWARD 

SEE ALSO KENNEDY CENTER SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR AWARD 

SEE ALSO KNIGHT HERITAGE AWARD 

SEE ALSO LOCAL GRASSROOTS PEACEMAKER AWARD 

SEE ALSO MARY TURNER LANE AWARD 

SEE ALSO MAISMITH AWARD 

SEE ALSO NANCY SUSAN REYNOLDS AWARDS 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., AWARDS 

SEE ALSO N.C. DISTINGUISHED CITIZENS AWARD 

SEE ALSO N.C. FOLK HERITAGE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO 0. MAX GARDNER AWARD 

SEE ALSO OUTSTANDING SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT AWARD 

SEE ALSO PEGGY MANN AWARD 

SEE ALSO PRESIDENTIAL AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN SCIENCE AND MATH TEACHING 

SEE ALSO RJR AWARDS 

SEE ALSO RECORDS AND FIRSTS 

SEE ALSO REWARD 

SEE ALSO ROTARY YOUTH LEADERSHIP AWARD 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 

SEE ALSO SUPERINTENDENT OF THE YEAR AWARD 

SEE ALSO TAKE PRIDE IN AMERICA 

SEE ALSO TEACHER OF THE WORLD AWARDS 

SEE ALSO TEACHER OF THE YEAR AWARD 

SEE ALSO THOM HC AN FOO TBALL TROPHY 

SEE ALSO THOMAS JEFFERSON AWARD (UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL) 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE DEVELOPMENT AWARDS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, CHANCELLOR'S ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY 

SEE ALSO WILL WYNNE AWARD 

SEE ALSO WILLIAM RICHARDSON DAVIE AWARD 

SEE ALSO WOMEN'S EQUALITY DAY AWARD 

AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR BLIND TO HONOR NATIVE OF ROXBORO 

DUKE PROF RECEIVES NAVY AWARD 

GROUP HONORS DURHAM MAN 

'89 NEVADA MEDAL GOES TO DUKE RESEARCHER 

SERVICE AWARD WINNERS 

COUNTY TEEN PROGRAM GETS NATIONAL AWARD 

HERBERT GETS AWARD FROM BUSINESS GROUP 

SIMONS RECEIVES GRANVILLE CHAMBER'S OUTSTANDING CITIZEN AWARD 

DUKE PROF WINNER OF SCIENTIFIC AWARD 

RECOGNITION 

CHAMBER SEEKS NOMINATIONS FOR '89 YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR 

PRESERVATION GROUP CITES MOSES FOR WORK ON THEATER 

CARRBORO DECORATOR WINS NATIONAL AWARD 

DEEDS HONORED 

HANDICAP DOESN'T SLOW HONORED VOLUNTEER 

DURHAM NATIVE RECEIVES N.C. AWARD OF EXCELLENCE 

DURHAM MAN HONORED WITH PRESIDENTIAL AWARD 

YOUNG VOLUNTEERS ARE HONORED 

UNC'S HARDY WINS GEORGIA ACTING AWARD 

DURHAM EDUCATOR TO RECEIVE FIRST PEACEMAKER AWARD 

GOOD CITIZENS 1989-90 

SCHULTZ GETS SERVICE AWARD 

CAN YOU NAME ALL 8 FOOTBALL AWARDS 



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2/21/1989 B 
3/08/1989 C 
3/11/1989 
3/11/1989 
3/14/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/25/1989 
5/04/1989 
5/21/1989 
8/02/1989 
8/17/1989 
9/02/1989 
9/15/1989 
9/15/1989 B 
9/17/1989 A 
9/21/1989 C 
10/09/1989 B 
11/10/1989 A 
12/05/1989 D 



N T33 

N 

N H65 

N 

P S73 

N 

N K65 

N T33 

N 

P C45 

N 

N 

N 

P 

N 

N 

N R80 

N S27 

N 

N 

P T37 

N 

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K30 

R60 



AWARENESS ART ENSEMBLE (MUSIC GROUP) 






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SUBJECTS 






REGGAE GROUP PERFORMS AT BINBE 

AWARENESS ART ENSEMBLE PLAYS REGGAE TOMORROW AT THE PALACE 

AYR MOUNT 

THE RESTORATION OF AYR MONT IN HILLSBOROUGH WILL BE DISCUSSED... 
SPOTLIGHT SHINES ON HILLSBOROUGH'S AYR MOUNT 
TOWN MAY RECONSIDER EASTERN BYPASS 
CRITICS WOULD BYPASS NEW ROAD 

AZALEA FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO WILMINGTON, N.C. 
DUKE WAS ANYTHING BUT QUIET IN THE '60S 

AZALEAS 

WALL TO WALL AZALEAS 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT AZALEAS 

B-2 BOMBERS 

SEE ALSO STEALTH PROGRAM 
STEALTH BOMBER MUST PROVE IT IS WORTH COST 
STEALTH HAS MORE TO PROVE 

THE B-52'S (BAND) 

THE B-52'S: A 10-YEAR FRIENDSHIP KEEPS BAND TOGETHER 

B72.3 

SEE ALSO CANCER SCREENING PROGRAMS 
DUKE MEDICAL CENTER ON GUARD FOR 20/20 

LAWYER ACCUSES DUKE HOSPITAL OF TRYING TO INTIMIDATE WITNESSES 
DUKE DOCTOR FILES SUIT AGAINST FELLOW PHYSICIAN 
CANCER TEST LAWSUITS DIVIDE DUKE'S DOCTORS 
DUKE PATHOLOGY DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN TO RESIGN 
DUKE CANCER TEST TO BE TOPIC ON '20/20' 
SNYDERMAN HOPES DUKE STUDY PROVES CANCER TEST RELIABLE 
DUKE DOCTOR SAYS OFFICIALS TRIED TO PROVE HIM MENTALLY INCOMPETENT 
DUKE REPORTEDLY SOLD CONTROVERSIAL CANCER TEST DESPITE PENDING SUITS 
PAPER SAYS COMPANY AGREED TO CONCEAL DUKE ROLE IN TEST 
DUKE TEST CONTROVERSY INVOLVES TV NETUORK 
LAWYERS ARGUE WHETHER ABC SHOULD PRODUCE FILM IN LAWSUIT 
OUTSIDE PANEL TO REVIEW DIKE CANCER TEST ISSUE 
DUKE FACES MORE INTIMIDATION CHARGES 

NETWORK WON'T HAVE TO TURN OVER TAPED INTERVIEWS WITH DUKE OFFICIALS 
DUKE SETTLES OUT OF COURT IN CANCER TREATMENT SUIT 

BASF WYANDOTTE CORP. 

BASF IS MOVING AGRICULTURAL UNIT OFFICES TO RTP 

BB GUN 

SEE ALSO GUNS 
POLICE LOG/BOY, 9, TREATED AFTER SHOT BY BB GUN 

BFI WASTE SYSTEMS 

SEE BROWNING FERRIS INDUSTRIES INC. 

BHT SUBWAY DELI (W. MAIN ST.) 

SECOND SUSPECT ARRESTED IN NOV. 18 SUBWAY ROBBERY 

BMW CLUB (BLACK MANHOOD WAKENING CLUB) 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, DURHAM 
BLACK MANHOOD WAKENING CLUB HOLDS CEREMONY 

B. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 
SEE ALSO BELLS LANDING 
SEE ALSO EBENEZER CHURCH RECREATION AREA 
SEE ALSO MAPS. B. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 
SEE ALSO VISTA POINT 

2.2 MILLION VISITORS DRAWN TO AREA LAKES, PARKS IN 1988 

OWASA MULLS JORDAN LAKE LAND PURCHASE 

OWASA BOARD OKS JORDAN LAKE PURCHASE 



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CHH 1 6/12/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/31/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/09/1989 A 



3PN 
7 PP 



5 P P 
3 P N H90 
1 PN D38 
1 M N D38 



H 2 5/28/1989 E 2 P U L57 



S 2 4/07/1989 C 1 P P S73 
H 2 4/09/1989 E 18 U B56 



S 2 7/12/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 7/21/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 10/24/1989 A 6 P N 



H 


2 


3/28/1989 A 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 C 


7 


N 


S 


2 


4/20/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


4/23/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/13/1989 C 


1 


NC60 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 C 


3 


N C60 


H 


2 


6/11/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/28/1989 C 


1 


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 10/05/1989 A 


1 


N N36 



H 2 10/17/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 9/04/1989 A 12 N M51 



H 2 2/06/1989 C 1 N M51 



H 2 1/28/1989 C 1 P N J20 



H 2 1/20/1989 C 
CHH 1 1/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/09/1989 A 



1 N H60 
1 N R63 
1 P N L90 



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12/31/1939 



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CATCHING THE WIND 

DO WE HAVE A CHOICE? 

NO TIME FOR FISHERMEN 

JORDAN LAKE RECREATION SITES DUE FOR COMPLETION IN NAY 

THEY HAVE SUN, BUT NO BEACH 

WHERE'S THE BEACH? RECENT RAINS PUSH JORDAN LAKE 9 FEET ABOVE NORMAL 

EAGLE MANAGEMENT ZONE RECOMMENDED BY CORPS AT JORDAN LAKE 

SAVE SOME ROOM FOR THE EAGLES 

PICKING PLACES TO PLAY; NEW WATER SITES WON'T OPEN SOON 

EAGLE COUNTERS EXPECTING 30 BIRDS AT LAKE THIS JUNE 

CHATHAM RESIDENTS COMPLAIN TO PRICE 

EAGLES, BOATERS CAN COEXIST 

COUNTY RESIDENTS SAY LAKE PRICE TOO HIGH 

CHATHAM MAY REZO NE DESPITE OWNER'S WISHES 

COMPROMISE OFFERED ON REZONING LAND NEAR LAKE 

MONEY TO BOOST LAKE RECREATION 

IN HURRICANE HUGO'S WAKE 

AGENCY MAY REVIEW TAKING OF WATER FROM JORDAN LAKE 

FALL FISHING FUN 

BABE RUTH LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 
SEE ALSO YOUTH SPORTS (ADOLESCENT SPORTS) 

C.C. WOODS BEATS TEER 

BAMBINO ALL-STARS WIN GOLD MEDAL 

DURHAM BAMBINO ALL-STARS OUST SILER CITY FOR TITLE 

BAMBINOS 

BABE RUTH TEAM CAPTURES TITLE 

DURHAM BAMBINO ALL-STARS WIN TITLE 

DURHAM ALL-STARS CAPTURE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 

JUNIOR BABE RUTH ALL-STARS CAPTURE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 

BAMBINO ALL-STARS LOSE REGION 

DAVID CUNE IS 'RETIRING' 

BABIES AT RISK (SERIES) 
SEE ALSO INFANT MORTALITY 
HEALTH OFFICIALS BATTLING HIGH INFANT MORTALITY RATE/BABIES AT RISK 
PRENATAL CARE BEFORE THE FACT/BABIES AT RISK 
HEALTH HANGS ON PRENATAL CARE/BABIES AT RISK 
RISKS HIGH FOR TEEN MOTHERS/BABIES AT RISK 

MANY LOCAL EMPLOYERS NOT ON PRENATAL-CARE BANDWAGON/BABIES AT RISK 
BURLINGTON PUSHES EARLY PRENATAL CARE/BABIES AT RISK 

BABY BOOM GENERATION 

END OF BABY BOOM TO CHANGE BUSINESS WORLD, ANALYST SAYS 

BABY FOOD 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
SEE ALSO NUTRITION 
VIAL FOUND IN BABY FOOD 

BACHELORS 

BACHELOR AUCTION 

BACK TO THE FUTURE (FILM) 

A SEQUEL TO LOVE/'BACK TO THE FUTURE PART II' 

BAD CHECKS 

SEE ALSO CHECKS 
LITTER OFFICER FOUND GUILTY FOR BAH CHECK 
POLICE LOG/MAN FACES CHECK CHARGES 

FATHER CHARGED WITH LEAVING 2-YEAR-OLD UNATTENDED IN CAR 
DUKE CENTER FACES CHARGE FOR BAD CHECK 
ABDELNABY SETTLES CHECK 

POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN CHARGED IN CHECK INCIDENT 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN ARRESTED FOR FAILURE TO APPEAR 
MAN CASHING BOGUS CHECKS; ALERT STORE CLERK HELPS POLICE 
POLICE LOG/4 CHARGED WITH AUTO THEFT 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 



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2/16/1989 
2/23/1989 
3/08/1989 
3/25/1989 
3/28/1989 
3/28/1989 
4/28/1989 
4/29/1989 
5/21/1989 
6/20/1989 B 
6/27/1989 A 
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7/04/1989 

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7/23/1989 

7/25/1989 

8/01/1989 

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N A76 
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N A76 
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N A76 
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N A76 
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N A76 
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S17 
C62 
C62 
S17 
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H 2 3/11/1989 A 14 N K65 

H 2 1/08/1989 C 3 N 

S 2 3/28/1989 B 2 P P T37 

H 2 12/01/1989 D 17 P R M60 



S 2 


2/13/1989 C 


1 PN B53 


CHH 1 


3/13/1989 A 


2 N 


H 2 


3/14/1989 A 


12 N 


S 2 


3/14/1989 A 


8 N 


H 2 


3/15/1989 D 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


4/02/1989 A 


10 N 


CHH 1 


4/02/1989 A 


10 N 


S 2 


4/08/1989 C 


1 P N B53 


H 2 


7/23/1989 B 


3 N M51 


H 2 


8/21/1989 A 


13 P N 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



POLICE LOG/AUTOS VANDALIZED AT FIVE HOMES IN NORTHGATE AREA 
POLICE LOG/BAD CHECK LEADS TO STOLEN CAR 

BAD GUYS AND BED FELLOWS (PLAY) 

DUKE 'BAD GUYS' COMPLEX, MACABRE 
...'BAD GUYS AND BED FELLOWS'... 

BAGPIPES 

WOLFPACK PIPERS AT DUKE SUNDAY 

BAHA'I FAITH 

OUTREACH PROGRAMS LINKED TO SPREAD OF DEMOCRACY 

BAHAMAS (ISLANDS) 

DIVINE DIVING; GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND BECKONS WITH CLEAR WATERS.. 

BAHLSEN INC. 

COMMERCIAL PURCHASES INCREASINGLY INCLUDE ENVIRONMENTAL PROBE 

BAIL BONDS 

SEE ALSO CRIMES. N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CRIMES) 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 
SEE ALSO LEARY'S BAIL BONDS 

durham bondsmen opposing change in n.c. bail procedure 

bondsmen find dixon in n.y. 

bail bondsman indicted for obstructing justice 

grand jury indicts 5 

♦1 million bond set for suspect in multiple thefts 

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 obstruction-of- justice trial 

bondsman had chance at deal, prosecutor sats 

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 

lyons' lowered bond raised again 

appeal bond denied clemmons 

judge refuses to cut large cocaine bond 

judge won't lower acrey's ii million bond 

acrey named in grand jury's 14 indictments 

bakatsias (durham. n.c.) 

supping at bakatsias cuisine is a splendor-filled experience 

BAKERIES N C 

FOUR BAKERY COMPANIES TO PAY OVER *1 MILLION 

SCHOOL TO GET SLICES OF LOAF FROM BID-RIGGING SETTLEMENT 

BAKING SODA 

VERSATILE BAKING SODA STARS IN HONE PHARMACY 

BALANCED GROWTH 
SEE ECONOMY, N.C. 
SEE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

BALD 

SEE BALDNESS 

BALD EAGLE 
SEE EAGLES 

BALD-HEADED MEN OF AMERICA 
SEE ALSO BALDNESS 



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H 2 6/16/1989 D 14 R P10 
S 2 6/22/1989 D 7 P P 



H 2 6/23/1989 D 7 N D80 

CHH 1 11/12/1989 A 3 N H90 

H 2 4/23/1989 E 1 P F 

H 2 11/18/1989 C 1 N C60 



s 


2 


3/20/1989 A 


1 PN B53 


s 


2 


3/31/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


4/04/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


s 


2 


4/04/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


7/13/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


8/08/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/09/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


s 


2 


8/09/1989 B 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/10/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


8/10/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/11/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


8/11/1989 C 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 


8/12/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


8/14/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/15/1989 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/16/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/17/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


8/17/1989 B 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/18/1989 C 


1 P N =32 


H 


2 


9/07/1989 C 


4 


N S82 


H 


2 


9/16/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 12/08/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 12/09/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 12/12/1989 C 


1 


N S82 



H 2 3/03/1989 D 4 P R D77 



H 2 1/05/1989 D 
H 2 1/31/1989 B 



4 N 

5 N 



S 2 11/29/1989 A 6 U 



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12/31/1989 



BY SUBJECTS 



CONVENTION OF CHROME DOMES 

BALDNESS 

SEE ALSO BALD-HEADED MEN OF AMERICA 

SEE ALSO HAIR 

SEE ALSO ROGAINE 
UNC PROFJ MANY BALDING MEN HAVE ALTERNATIVE 
COMMON MEDICATIONS SOMETIMES CAUSE BALDNESS 
MEDICATION MAY ALSO HAVE BENEFITS FOR BALDING WOMEN 
DRUG FIGHTING BALDNESS HAS PROVED TO BE A FLOP/THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

BALLET CONTEMPORANEO DEL TEATRO SAN MARTIN 

ECONOMIC CRISIS MAY FORCE BALLET GROUP TO MISS ADF 

ARGENTINE DANCERS TRY TO RAISE AIRFARE TO ATTEND ADF DEBUT 

COMPANY'S COMING 

ARGENTINE BALLET COMPANY TO PERFORM 

ARGENTINE DANCERS TO MAKE IT TO DURHAM 

SHAPES OF THE INNER EXPERIENCE; SOUTH AMERICANS BRING A VISION... 

COMPANY FROM ARGENTINA MAKES IT TO DURHAM 

HOST FAMILIES NEEDED FOR DANCERS 

TANGO DANCERS OFFER STILLETO FLICKS OF SEXUAL DRAMA 

ARGENTINA'S BALLET CONTEMPORANEO EMBODIES SPIRIT OF THE TANGO 

FORMS OF TANGO HIGHLIGHT PERFORMANCES OF ARGENTINES 

BALLOONS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. BALLOON 
SEE ALSO HOT AIR BALLOONS 

100 AND COUNTING 

BALLOON POPS IN ON RETIRED TEACHER 

RESEARCHER SAYS BALLOONS DANGEROUS TO TURTLES 

A CAUSE FOR THE TAKING 

DEFLATING PENTAGON'S BALLOONS 

'NATIONAL NIGHT OUT' 

STATE WON'T PROVIDE BALLOONS TO PROGRAMS 

BALLOONS, HOT AIR 

SEE HOT AIR BALLOONS 

BALTIMORE ORIOLES 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
ORIOLES INSPIRE THEIR FANS 

BAMBINO LEAGUE 

SEE BABE RUTH LEAGUE 

BANANAS 

BANANAS IN DURHAM - NOW YOU'VE HEARD IT 

BANDS (MUSIC) 

SEE ALSO N.C. SHOWCASE 
THE BIG BREAK? N.C. SHOWCASE GIVES MUSICIANS A SHOT AT RECORDING... 

BANGLADESH 

BROADCASTERS GET TASTE OF U.S. TELEVISION 

BANJOS 

LOCAL BANJO PLAYER PICKS HIS WAY INTO BIGTIME BLUEGRASS 

BANK DEPOSITS 



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S 2 5/31/1989 A 10 U 



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2 


6/09/1989 C 


4 N 


S 


2 


6/15/1989 A 


16 N 


S 


2 


6/22/1989 D 


3 P F B71 


s 


2 


6/23/1989 A 


10 N 


H 


2 


6/25/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


6/26/1989 B 


1 P F Zll 


s 


2 


6/29/1989 D 


4 P F B71 


H 


2 


6/30/1989 C 


4 N Bll 


H 


2 


7/01/1989 C 


3 R L59 


S 


2 


7/01/1989 A 


11 P R L34 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 B 


10 R L59 


S 


2 


2/14/1989 A 


2 P P S76 


S 


2 


4/15/1989 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


5/08/1989 B 


5 N 


CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/02/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/09/1989 C 


2 P P S73 


CHH 1 10/18/1989 A 


3 N 



S 2 10/04/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 10/22/1989 E 14 P U 

H 2 6/01/1989 B 1 P F Zll 

CHH 1 8/09/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 7/07/1989 D 6 P F 



BANK FAILURES 
SEE BANKS, U.S. 



FAILURES 



BANK MERGERS 

SEE MERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

BANK ROBBERY, CHAPEL HILL 

1ST UNION BANK ROBBED MONDAY 



CHH 1 1/31/1989 A 



N M20 



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P 

SUSPECT ELUDES CHASE; MAN RESEMBLING 1ST UNION ROBBER SEEN NEAR MALL CHH 

POLICE NAB SUSPECT IN RECENT ROBBERIES CHH 

BANK ROBBERY. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ARMED ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM 

HAN ROBS CCB BRANCH S 

BANK ROBBER ARMED WITH ROCK-IN-BAG FLEES WITH DEPOSIT H 

POLICE STILL SEEKING BANK ROBBER S 

AGENTS CHASE BUS IN HEIST S 

DURHAM BUCKS N.C. BANK ROBBERY TREND S 

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

FBI AGENTS CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH CCB BANK ROBBERY S 

ARREST MADE IN JUNE 13 BANK ROBBERY/POLICE LOG H 

CRIHESTOPPER H 

ROBBER HOLDS UP SOUTH SQUARE CCB S 

MAN BREAKS THROUGH BANK HALL, ROBS TELLERS AT GUNPOINT H 

POLICE LOG/HAN SNATCHES BANK MONEY WALKS AUAY H 

BANK ROBBERY. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ARMED ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, N.C. 

BURLINGTON MAN SOUGHT IN ROBBERY H 

SUSPECT IN BURLINGTON BANK HOLDUP SURRENDERS H 

2 SUSPECTS SURRENDER; CHARGED IN BURLINGTON BANK ROBBERY H 

DURHAM BUCKS N.C. BANK ROBBERY TREND S 

SUSPECTED BANK ROBBERS ARRESTED H 

2 DURHAM MEN ARE CHARGED WITH MORRISVILLE BANK HOLDUP 8 

BANKERS, DURHAM 

BANKING OFFICIALS IN STATE OPPOSE FEE FOR DEPOSITORS 



-DATE- 



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



1 2/01/1989 A 
1 2/04/1989 A 



2 6/13/1989 A 
2 6/14/1989 C 
2 6/14/1989 B 
2 6/15/1989 A 
2 6/24/1989 A 
2 9/28/1989 C 
2 10/04/1989 A 
2 10/05/1989 C 
2 10/09/1989 B 
2 10/10/1989 A 
2 10/11/1989 C 
2 12/16/1989 C 



3 P N M70 
3 P N S17 



3/10/1989 
3/17/1989 
3/24/1989 
6/24/1989 
7/22/1989 
7/22/1989 



N 

N M51 
N T37 
N 

N M06 
N M51 
N B53 
N M51 
N 

N B53 
N M51 
N R63 



N 
N 

NH60 
N M06 
P T37 
N B53 



H 2 1/27/1989 C 1 N C47 



BANKERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BANKS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF N.C. (DIVISION OF FIRST UNION CORP.) 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

SEE ALSO WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST CO. 
BANKERS, ECONOMISTS EXPECTING SLOWER GROWTH THIS YEAR H 

SAVINGS, LOAN OFFICIALS LIKE BUSH PLAN, BUT BANKERS DON'T H 



1/19/1989 C 
2/08/1989 C 



N A54 
N C47 



BANKING REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 
PRICE CO-SPONSORS MEASURE CONCERNING SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

BANKRUPTCY 

EVERYTHING MUST GO; BUSINESS SWIFT FOR LOGOS BANKRUPTCY SALE, AUCTION 

TRUSTEE NAMED TO OVERSEE HAYTI CORP. 

BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY: HAYTI STORE UNLIKELY TO REOPEN 

HAYTI STORE STUDIES BAILOUT PLAN 

LAWYER RECOMMENDS DISSOLVING HAYTI FIRM 

COURT: DISSOLVE HAYTI STORE'S ASSETS 

U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT JUDGE ORDERS HAYTI HARDWARE STORE ASSETS SOLD 

YAEGER SEEKS SALE OF HAYTI FIRM ASSETS 

WHITE*. HAYTI STORE TO STUDY BANKRUPTCY POSSIBILITIES 

WHITE SEEKS FEDERAL ANTIDOTE TO HAYTI BANKRUPTCY RULING 

HAYTI BANKRUPTCY SALE ON DESPITE OBJECTION 

NAT WHITE FAILS TO FILE OBJECTION TO HARDWARE SALE 

BANKRUPTCY SALE SET TO GO, BUT WHITE VOWS CHALLENGE 

SALE TO BEGIN TODAY AT HAYTI HARDWARE STORE 

BANKRUPTCY SALE BUSINESS BRISK 

BARGAIN SEEKERS BROWSE AT SALE IN BANKRUPT STORE 

HAYTI CORP. BANKRUPTCY PLAGUES SISTER COMPANY 

HAYTI NEEDS NEW VISION 

'LIFETIME' MEMBERS LEFT WITHOUT SPA 

LIVINGWELL STILL QUIET ON CLOSING 

HAYTI 'S WHITE, WIFE DECLARE BANKRUPTCY 

COUNCIL DELAYS VOTE ON HAYTI FIRM LOAN 



CHH 1 5/22/1989 A 2 N 



CHH 1 
H 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 



1/29/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/30/1989 
5/31/1989 
7/21/1989 
7/22/1989 
7/22/1989 
8/08/1989 
8/20/1989 
8/21/1989 
8/22/1989 B 
8/22/1989 B 
8/23/1989 C 
8/23/1989 
8/24/1989 
8/29/1989 
8/31/1989 
10/25/1989 
10/29/1989 
11/30/1989 



11/30/1989 B 



N M70 
N S69 
N M06 
N M06 
N M06 
N H06 
N S69 
N M06 
N M06 
N R63 
N M06 
N R63 
N M06 
N R63 
N M06 
N S69 
N R63 
E 

N S17 
N S17 
N R63 
N C61 



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S I T 
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C -PG L P 



BYL 



SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS AM) LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, DURHAM (SEE ALSO NAME OF INDIVIDUAL S&L'S) 

IMP ACT OF FIRST UNION ACQUISITION NOT FELT IN DURHAM S 2 3/09/1989 A 1 N H65 

DURHAM'S FIRST BANKS SPRING FROM BOOMING TOBACCO INDUSTRY S 2 4/19/1989 F 6 C F M06 

THE GREAT DEPRESSION CLOSES DURHAM BANKS S 2 4/19/1989 F 6 P F M06 

BANKS REVIVE AFTER WWII S 2 4/19/1989 F 7 F M06 

NEW ERA OF BANKING RAPIDLY TAKES HOLD IN DURHAM S 2 4/19/1989 F 7 P F M06 

SURVEY! FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MOST COURTEOUS H 2 5/04/1989 C 1 N 

LOWERED PRIME RATE HITS TOWN H 2 6/06/1989 C 1 N C47 

BANKS CITE HEAVY LOBBY TRAFFIC IN DENYING CHECK-CASHING SERVICE H 2 6/13/1989 C 1 P N C47 

BANKS MAY LOWER PRIME LENDING RATE S 2 7/11/1989 C 1 N T77 

PRIME RATE REMAINS UNCHANGED S 2 7/12/1989 A 6 N T77 

CONSUMERS ENJOY LOWER LENDING RATE S 2 8/03/1989 A 1 N T77 

BANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BANKERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK i TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD 

SEE ALSO FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF N.C. (DIVISION OF FIRST UNION CORP.) 

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST CO. 
CAROUNAS BANKS FORESEE CHALLENGES S 2 2/01/1989 A 5 N 

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS BANKING ON HILLSBOROUGH GROWTH CHH 1 3/09/1989 A 1 N R63 

INVESTORS BANK ON HIS EXPERIENCE IN STARTING NEW GRANVILLE BUSINESS H 2 4/16/1989 D 6 P N T33 
SMALLER N.C. BANKS SEEN MERGER TARGETS H 2 4/26/1989 D 5 N 

BANKS, N.C, SALES AND EARNINGS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, PROFITS 
BANKS IN CAROLINAS PROJECT PROFITABLE 1989 



H 2 1/24/1989 A 10 N 



BANKS, U.S., FAILURES 

LENDING CRISIS IGNORED 

TAXPAYERS PUT AT RISK BY BANK DEREGULATION/THOMAS HAVRILESKY 

BANNED BOOKS 
SEE CENSORSHP 

BANNERS 
SEE FLAGS 

BAPTISTS 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION 
SPLIT SEEMS LAST RESORT IN BAPTISTS' MODERATE-CONSERVATIVE FEUD 
A FIRST/FIRST BAPTIST TO ORDAIN WOMAN PASTOR 

BAR EXAMINATIONS (LAW) 
SEE N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

BARBECUE 

BARBECUE TO OFFSET KIDNEY TRANSPLANT COSTS 
GRILLED FISH IS A-OK 

BARBEE ROAD 

COMMITTEE BACKS REZONING 



H 2 1/14/1989 A 
H 2 1/14/1989 A 



4 E 
4 U 



H 2 2/06/1989 D 
CHH 1 11/27/1989 A 



N 

N W57 



CHH 1 
H 2 



3/10/1989 A 
7/05/1989 B 



3 P N L90 
1 P F S56 



H 2 2/15/1989 C 8 N 



BARBERSHOP QUARTETS 

SEE SOCIETY FOR THE PRESERVATION & ENCOURAGEMENT OF BARBERSHOP QUARTET SINGING 



BARNES SUPPLY CO 

POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED AFTER CHASE BY THREE CARS 

BARNS 

BARN LEANS AS TIME GOES BY 

BARNWELL, S.C 

CHEN-NUCLEAR DEFENDS ENVIRONMENTAL RECORD 

RECORD CLEAN AT BARNWELL SITE, COMPANY, STATE OFFICIALS SAY 



H 2 12/08/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 5/12/1989 C 4 P P T37 



CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 



1 P N M25 
1 N M25 



BARRIER ISLANDS 



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SEE ALSO BEACHES, N.C. AND S.C. 

SEE ALSO OUTER BANCS, N.C. 

PILKEY: BARRIER ISLANDS ASSAULTED, VEGETATION VANISHING S 2 3/11/1989 A 1 

HORSES HURT ISLANDS S 2 3/11/1989 A 1 

WILD HORSES' GRAZING THREATENS ISLANDS, UNC BIOLOGIST SAYS H 2 3/14/1989 C 7 

GEOLOGISTS STUDYING 10 ISLAND BEACHES H 2 6/30/1989 A 12 

OCEAN CONTROL IS ROAD TO NOWHERE CHH 1 7/30/1989 A 4 

HUGO'S DESTRUCTION 'HAN-MADE AS WELL AS NATURAL '-fILKEY H 2 9/27/1989 C 4 

BARLETT DURHAM AWARD 

SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF DURHAM 
PRESERVATION GROUP CITES MOSES FOR WORK ON THEATER S 2 5/04/1989 C 1 P N 

MOSES RECEIVES HISTORICAL SOCIETY'S BARTLETT AWARD H 2 5/06/1989 A 11 P N 

BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO ATLANTA BRAVES 

SEE ALSO BABE RUTH LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO BALTIMORE ORIOLES 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO CHICAGO CUBS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGE WORLD SERIES 

SEE ALSO DIAMOND CHIPS 

SEE ALSO EXTRA EFFORT BASEBALL LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO KOREA, BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO LOS ANGELES DODGERS 

SEE ALSO MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL, DRAFT 

SEE ALSO MEN'S SENIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO NEW YORK NETS 

SEE ALSO NEW YORK YANKEES 

SEE ALSO NORTH DURHAM LITTLE LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, BASEBALL (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH, N.C, BASEBALL STADIUM 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH HOT STOVE LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO ROTISSERIE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO SOFTBALL 

SEE ALSO TEAM U.S.A. 

SEE ALSO WILL WYNNE AWARD 

arc ALSO WORLD SERIES 
ALVAREZ, NL'S OLDEST ROOKIE, MADE MOST OF SHOT WITH BRAVES H 2 2/05/1989 C 9 

•CLOWN PRINCE OF BASEBALL' BECOMES A STAR S 2 2/08/1989 B 1 

SPRING TRAINING H 2 2/12/1989 B 1 

DESPITE COLD, IT'S TIKE FOR ACC BASEBALL H 2 2/12/1989 C 6 

•30-SOMETHING' DOESN'T MEAN 'BASEBALL-NOTHING' S 2 2/21/1989 B 5 

BYRNE 'DOESN'T UNDERSTAND' WHY HALL OF FAME PASSES ON RIZZUTO H 2 3/05/1989 C 6 
BATTER UP IN HOMEYER, TOO H 2 3/13/1989 A 4 

SUCCESSFUL SPRING EARNS LILLIQUIST SPOT/AT SPRING TRAINING H 2 3/28/1989 D 1 

HETS' DARLING SERVES NOTICE WITH FIVE FLAWLESS INNINGS H 2 3/29/1989 D 1 

BRAVES GET RELIEF, BULLS A PITCHER H 2 3/30/1989 D 1 

BURLINGAME COULD GET START IN BULLS OPENER H 2 3/30/1989 D 3 

BRAVES' BLAUSER BLOSSOMS JUST IN TIME TO GRAB STARTING 2ND BASE POSITION H 2 3/31/1989 B 1 
MAKE WAY FOR AVERY IN DURHAM H 2 3/31/1989 B 2 

GERALD PERRY HAPPY WITH BRAVES' CHANGES S 2 3/31/1989 D 1 

TOMBERLIN: BULLS LOADED IN '89 S 2 3/31/1989 D 3 

FOR BROWER, TRADE TO YANKEES PROVIDES OPPORTUNITY H 2 4/01/1989 D 1 

STRONG PITCHING STAFF SHOULD BOOST '89 BULLS H 2 4/02/1989 C 1 

LEMKE: POWER AT PLATE AS IMPORTANT AS GLOVE H 2 4/03/1989 B 2 

OXFORD'S CURRIN GETS A HELPING HAND, MAKES THE MOST OF TRYOUT H 2 4/09/1989 C 2 
BATTER UP CHH 1 4/13/1989 A 1 

DIAMOND CHIPS S 2 4/15/1989 B 2 

IN THIS CASE, SAME NAME DOESN'T MEAN SAKE ROSE H 2 4/16/1989 C 2 

SHE'S A BASEBALL JUNKIE WHO GOT WINTER LEAGUE FIX IN DOMINICAN REPUBLIC H 2 4/23/1989 B 1 
JOHNSON, KIRK, SIEBERT KEEP FLYING WITH PILOTS H 2 4/23/1989 C 2 

CENTER PROVES SPORTS, ACADEMICS BOTH FUN S 2 4/25/1989 C 4 

BASEBALL CAMP WILL BE IN JULY S 2 4/25/1989 C 4 

FOR THRIFT, PENINSULA IS A STEP ALONG THE WAY/BASEBALL NOTES H 2 4/30/1989 C 2 

INDIANS' LEWIS MAKING STRIDES TOWARD SHOT AT CLEVELAND H 2 5/07/1989 C 2 

GRIFFEY HAS A 'SWEET' SWING S 2 5/09/1989 A 4 

HUNTER MAKING PITCH FOR DIABETES FOUNDATION/BASEBALL NOTES H 2 5/21/1989 C 2 



N H65 

N 

N U80 

N 

E 

N 



P N C52 
P F G59 
P P C45 
P N C52 
N A76 
P N C52 

U 
P U P75 
P U P75 
U P75 
N P75 
P U P75 
N P75 
N P52 
N P52 
U P75 
U P75 
U P75 
N C52 
P S73 
U P52 
N C52 
U N36 
N C52 
N A76 
U A76 
N C52 
N C52 
E 
N C52 



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SUBJECTS 



BASEBALL .STATISTICS 

CANSECO ON HIS WAY TOWARD ANOTHER FIRST 

BASEBALL, TRIPLE-A FRANCHISES 

FUTURE OF TRIANGLE BASEBALL HINGES ON COMMITTEE'S DECISION 

BASEBALL BATS 

THE ALUMINUM BAT HERESY 

TEAM USA 'PINGS' OUT ANOTHER BIG WIN, 12-3 

BASEBALL CARDS 

SEE ALSO BASKETBALL CARDS 

SEE ALSO FOOTBALL CARDS 
BASEBALL MADNESS; CARD COLLECTORS TAKE OVER UNIVERSITY MALL 
BASEBALL CARD COLLECTING NO LONGER JUST FOR FUN 

BASEBALL HALL OF FAME 

BYRNE 'DOESN'T UNDERSTAND' WHY HALL OF FAME PASSES ON RIZZUTO 
BASEBALL'S HALL SHORT ON FAME 

BASEBALL PARK, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ATHLETIC PARK 
SEE ALSO DURHAM BULLS 

COUNCIL GETS LOOK AT PROPOSED STADIUM 

STADIUM PLANNED FOR YEAR-«OUND USE 

RALEIGH STRIKES OUT IN ITS EFFORT TO GET BALLCLUB 

WOLFF RELIEVED RALEIGH STRUCK OUT 

RULING GIVES BIG BOOST TO TRIANGLE BASEBALL 

CAUTION RAISED ON BALLPARK 



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STRETCH; SAN FRANCISCO GREAT WILLIE MCCOVEY STILL IN MEMORIES OF MANY 

UNLESS ORIOLES PASS ON TOP PITCHER, BRAVES LIKELY TO CRAFT POO HITTER 

IN 1990, BASEBALL OWNERS MAY LET SCABS HEAL WOUNDS OF STRIKE 

NEXT STOP! COOPERSTOWN 

HERTFORD'S HALL OF FAMER 

BURLINGAHE'S SIDELINE WORK PAVING WAY FOR HIS RETURN 

'CATFISH' HUNTER PITCHING AGAINST DIABETES 

CHANGES MAY BE IN STORE FOR CL NEXT SEASON 

STATE GAMES BASEBALL GETS BOOST FROM AREA HIGH SCHOOLS 

TELEVISION BEGINNING TO MAKE IMPACT ON SEVERAL CAROLINA LEAGUE TEAMS 

BASEBALL A 'FUNNY' GAME 

BRAVES' EXEC DEWS WORKS FOR RETURN OF TWO MINOR LEAGUERS 

BULLS OUTFIELDER TOMBERLIN SWINGING HOTTEST BAT IN THE CAROLINA LEAGUE 

CLINE BASEBALL CAMP A BIG 'HIT' WITH YOUNG SLUGGERS 

rotisserie: YOU CALL THE SHOTS 

THE PRICE IS NOT ALWAYS RIGHT, BUT HE'S STILL CUTTIN' DEALS 

POWER AT THE TOP? MARTIN'S ALREADY BEEN THERE 

PILOTS DECLARE INDEPENDENCE FROM CL CELLAR/BASEBALL 

STIEB CLOSE TO PERFECT 

ALL-STAR TV HIT CONTRACT SNARL/BASEBALL 

LEVIS IS BACK IN SWING AFTER SHAKY CL START 

ROSE SHOULDN'T GET ANOTHER BASEBALL JOB 

ROSE NOT BIGGEST THREAT TO INTEGRITY OF BASEBALL 

ASTROS ARE UNDEFEATED IN AYAA 

LODGEK, TROKBLY PROVE SCOUTS RIGHT AFTER DRAFT 

MERRILL: SERIES FOR A-LEAGUE TITLE 'A NATURAL '/BASEBALL 

VIDEO LENDS BASEBALL COACHING TIPS 

ORIOLES INSPIRE THEIR FANS 

NBC, SCULLY MAKE ERROR 

BASEBALL LEGEND KEEPING BUSY WITH UPDATING HIS BOARD GAME, WRITING 

AARON'S MOVE UP MAKES ROOM FOR DEWS IN MINOR LEAGUE 

BASEBALL, PITCHERS 

NIEKRO BACK AT HOME WITH BRAVES 
NOLAN RYAN: 'THE NATURAL' 

BASEBALL, SALARY ARBITRATIONS 
SEE ALSO SALARIES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, REVENUES 
IN 1990, BASEBALL OWNERS MAY LET SCABS HEAL WOUNDS OF STRIKE 



CHH 1 
H 2 



5/22/1989 
5/28/1989 
5/28/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/03/1989 
6/04/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/18/1989 
6/22/1989 
7/02/1989 
7/07/1989 
7/09/1989 
7/23/1989 
7/25/1989 
7/28/1989 B 
7/28/1989 B 
7/30/1989 B 
8/06/1989 C 
8/08/1989 A 
8/13/1989 C 
8/20/1989 B 
8/25/1989 A 
8/25/1989 A 
8/29/1989 C 
9/03/1989 B 
9/10/1989 C 
10/03/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/06/1989 
10/21/1989 
12/17/1989 



U D18 
N C52 
U M14 
U D18 
N C52 
N C52 
U D18 
N C52 
N R54 
N C52 
E 

N C52 
N P75 
U A76 
N P75 
U P75 
N P75 
N P75 
E 

N P75 
N P75 
E 

J Oil 
N A76 
N P75 
N P73 
N M06 
E 
E 

N B64 
U H88 



H 2 4/14/1989 B 1 P N C52 
S 2 8/23/1989 B 2 U F25 



H 2 5/28/1989 C 3 U M14 
S 2 3/04/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 1/11/1989 D 1 P N C52 



H 2 8/02/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 8/11/1989 B 1 N P75 



CHH 1 4/08/1989 A 1 P N M70 
H 2 7/26/1989 D 1 U M88 



H 2 3/05/1989 C 6 P N C52 
S 2 7/25/1989 D 1 U F25 



1/28/1989 
1/28/1989 
2/02/1989 
2/02/1989 
2/03/1989 
2/21/1989 



N S69 

N H70 
N C52 
N P52 
E 
N S69 



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SUBJECTS 



N.C. MUTUAL SLOWS BALLPARK PLAN 

A SOLVABLE PROBLEM 

MUTUAL DEFENDS BUILDING SWAP) SAYS TAX RECORDS ON DEAL OUTDATED 

WEBB OFFICIAL 'UNAWARE' OF BUILDING OFFER 

LAND-SWAP PLAN UNFAIR 

MUTUAL IS WILLING TO TRADE LAND, BACK REDEVELOPMENT 

COUNCILMEN CLASH ON MUTUAL DEAL 

MUTUAL, COUNCIL'S CAMPBELL DISAGREE ON BALLPARK'S EFFECT 

WOLFF CALLS BALLPARK KEY TO REVITALHATION 

BATTER UP IN MOMEYER, TOO 

BALLPARK PRICE ESTIMATED BY CITY AT $16.5 MILLION 

BILLS' FUTURE AT RISK? LEADERS NEED TO BRING STADIUM PROPOSALS TO FORE 

PLAN MAY CLEAR WAY FOR GLAXO DOWNTOWN 

IMMEDIATE ACTION UW£D ON BALLPARK 

PLAY BALL-IN NEW PARK 

HAYTI SITE SHOULD BE CONSIDERED 

GOOD PLANS CAN SELL TAXPAYERS ON BALLPARK 

COUNTY BOARD DISCUSSES BALLPARK, DOUBLE TAXATION 

INSIGHT/WHITHER THE BULLS? 

BASEBALL STADIUM OPTIONS 

COMMISSIONERS SUPPORT SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT 

BASEBALL FANS VOTE BY CROWDS 

BRIGGS AVENUE TRACT LISTED AS POSSIBLE BALL PARK SITE 

CITY, COUNTY CONSIDER NEW BULLS BALLPARK 

BASEBALL PARK SITE SUGGESTION NO. 4 MADE BY WITTENBERG 

DELAY ON NEW BALLPARK COULD BE COSTLY ERROR 

DURHAM STADIUM PROJECT, TOUCHING ALL THE BASES... (AD) 

MOST MINOR LEAGUE BALL CLUBS LOSE MONEY, EXPERT SAYS 

EXPERT SAYS NEW BALLPARK WILL LOSE MONEY 

NEW PARK NO PROMISE OF TRIPLE A BASEBALL 

COUNTY, CITY BOTH SET DEADLINES ON FINANCING METHOD OF STADIUM 

DURHAM STADIUM PROJECT (AD) 

2 COMMISSIONERS EXPRESS RELUCTANCE ON STADIUM (CORRECTED 5-24-89) 

TREYBURN CABLEVISION GETS CABLE FRANCHISE 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

PUT DURHAM ISSUES IN PERSPECTIVE 

RALEIGH BASEBALL PROMOTER SAYS DURHAM AD FOULS OUT 

BULLS FANS KEEP GUARD UP 

CORPORATIONS PLEDGE $15.5 MILLION TO STADIUM 

CITY, COUNTY FACE DECISIONS ON FINANCING NEW STADIUM 

NEW TACK FOR HAYTI 

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

STUDY BALLPARK OPTIONS 

SOUND OFF 

DURHAM OFFICIALS TO RECOMMEND FINANCING PLAN FOR FASEBALL STADIUM 

DAVIS: DURHAM MUST KEEP 'MOVING UP AND MOVING ON' 

OFFICIALS SIDESTEP VOTE ON BALLPARK 

BULLS FANS TAKE POLITICS BY THE HORN 

DURHAM WON'T GET BALLPARK VOTE 

•SOUND OFF' FUTILE 

SOME FEAR PRIVATE CONTROL OVER BALLPARK PLANS 

GOOD STEP TOWARD BALLPARK 

S0UND-0FF5 LET'S TALK BASEBALL 

UNSCIENTIFIC READERS' TALLY IS IN. DURHAM ATHLETIC PARK SEEMS... 

DURHAM CONSIDERS RENOVATING BALLPARK 

DURHAM CONSIDERS RENOVATING BALLPARK 

TICKETS TO COST MORE 

AGING BALL PARK LINKS BASEBALL'S PAST, PRESENT 

EXPECT NEW STADIUM SITEi APPLAUD REEXAMINATION OF DURHAM ATHLETIC PARK 

FIND DURHAM'S BEST DEAL 

SHOULD PUBLIC SPEND $25 MILLION FOR PARKING DECKS AT AMERICAN TOBACCO? 

POWELL TO PROPOSE BASEBALL PARK SITE 

FORD DEALER'S SITE NO. 1 CHOICE FOR STADIUM 

POWELL! DURHAM BALLPARK PLANS 'ON' 

CANDIDATE OPPOSES CITY MONEY FOR NEW STADIUM 

SURVEYS ONLY ONE CANDIDATE FOR PUBLIC-FINANCED STADIUM 

CHAMBER: DECIDE THIS MONTH ON BALLPARK 

DECISION ON NEW STADIUM THIS MONTH URGED BY CHAMBER 

CITY-COUNTY STADIUM SESSION MAY BALK OVER LOOSE ENDS 

PLAY BALL! STADIUM MEETING IS SET FOR TONIGHT 



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2/23/1989 
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3/10/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/30/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/04/1989 
4/05/1989 
4/05/1989 
4/05/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/16/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/25/1989 
4/27/1989 
4/27/1989 
4/27/1989 
4/28/1989 
4/29/1989 
5/07/1989 B 
5/12/1989 C 
5/12/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/29/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/03/1989 
6/09/1989 
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6/10/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/25/1989 
6/27/1989 
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6/28/1989 
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7/02/1989 
7/02/1989 
7/08/1989 
7/12/1989 
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7/12/1989 
7/12/1989 
7/17/1989 
7/26/1989 
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N A54 

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ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX B 
12/31/1989 



Y SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — DATE- 
COUNTY BOARD ENDORSES VOTE ON BALLPARK BONDS H 2 10/19/1989 A 
DURHAM COUNTY OKS STADIUM REFERENDUM S 2 10/19/1989 C 
CHAMBER! DELAY ON STADIUM COULD MEAN BULLS UILL LEAVE S 2 10/19/1989 C 
FOR BULLS' STADIUM, IT'S A BRAND NEW BALL GAME H 2 10/20/1989 A 
NEW BALLPARK IS GIANT STEP H 2 10/20/1989 B 
STADIUM PROJECT CHIEF OPTIMISTIC S 2 10/20/1989 A 
STADIUM REFERENDUM BIG POLITICAL GAMBLE S 2 10/20/1989 A 
STADIUM LEADERSHIP NEEDED H 2 10/22/1989 D 
CITY'S NEW BALLPARK FOULS OUT WITH VOTERS IN SURVEY H 2 11/12/1989 A 
BALLPARK NEEDS CONCENSUS H 2 11/14/1989 A 
WOLFF STALKS BALLPARK SITE S 2 11/14/1989 A 
DOWNTOWN SITE PICKED FOR NEW BALLPARK H 2 11/15/1989 A 
DOWNTOWN SITE PICKED FOR NEW BALLPARK/UNIVERSITY FORD LOCATION GETS NOD H 2 11/15/1989 A 
JENKINS DEFENDS VOTE ON STADIUM REFERENDUM H 2 11/16/1989 A 
NEW BULLS BALLPARK WILL HAVE OLD PARKING WOES H 2 11/16/1989 A 
REGIONAL STADIUM PLAN IS MORE THAN THREAT S 2 11/16/1989 A 
LET'S KEEP THE BULLS H 2 11/17/1989 A 
BULLS OR NOT, REGIONAL COMPLEX FOR SPORTS REMAINS 'ON TRACK' H 2 11/18/1989 C 
TWO VOTES AREN'T NEEDED H 2 11/20/1989 A 
COUNTY SEEKS TAX-EXEMPT BONDS FOR NEW BALLPARK S 2 11/28/1989 A 
BALLPARK REFERENDUM STEP CLOSER IN DURHAM H 2 11/29/1989 C 
FINAL COSTS IMPORTANT TO GETTING STADIUM OK S 2 12/08/1989 A 
POTENTIAL SITE FOUND FOR UNIVERSITY FORD H 2 12/20/1989 A 
COUNCIL DELAYS UNIVERSITY FORD REZONING HEARING H 2 12/29/1989 C 
COUNCIL FRETS ABOUT BALLPARK REZONING RUSH S 2 12/29/1989 C 

BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM 

SEE SCHOOLS, N.C., CURRICULUM 
SEE SCHOOLS, N.C., REFORM 

BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL TEAM 

SEE ALSO COLLEGE BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM POLICE DEPT., BASKETBALL TEAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM RECREATION DEPT,, BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO GIRLS' BASKETBALL (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE ALSO ITALY, BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO OLYMPICS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION, BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (GENERAL; SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER EACH SCHOOL) 

SEE ALSO YOUTH SPORTS (ADOLESCENT SPORTS) 

SMITH NOT SHARING SECRET OF UNC LINEUP H 2 1/15/1989 C 

QUEST FOR SPACE SENDS EAGLES PACKING H 2 1/22/1989 C 

1977-78 BLUE DEVILS ARE FEINSTEIN'S LATEST SUBJECT/BASKETBALL NOTES H 2 1/29/1989 C 

WINTER OVERSHADOWED CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 

WHO'S THIS MICHAEL JORDAN GUY, ANYWAY? H 2 1/31/1989 B 

GREENSBORO FIGHTING FOR FUTURE BASKETBALL H 2 2/05/1989 C 

BASKETBALL TOURNEY FEVER HITS DURHAM S 2 2/07/1989 D 

FOR ADDING COLOR TO THE PICTURE, MCGUIRE WINS OVER PACKER, VITALE H 2 2/12/1989 C 

OAK GROVE YOUTH BASKETBALL TEAM CHAMPS HONORED S 2 2/21/1989 B 

FIRE DEPARTMENT BASKETBALL TEAM DEFEATS LAWMEN H 2 2/22/1989 C 

hCDONALD'S ALL-AMERICA STATUS OFTEN STEP TOWARD STARDOM H 2 2/26/1989 C 

FIREFIGHTERS OUT-SHOOT LAW ENFORCERS S 2 2/28/1989 D 

OAK GROVE BOYS, BETHESDA GIRLS WIN AT HOOPS S 2 3/14/1989 B 

SOUTH DURHAM ANNOUNCES ITS TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS S 2 4/04/1989 D 

ST. PATRICK'S TOURNEY CHAMPS S 2 4/04/1989 D 

DURHAM IS CITY OF CHAMPIONS S 2 4/04/1989 D 

COACHES HIT THE RECRUITING TRAIL H 2 4/09/1989 C 

DON'T USE PRO PLAYERS FOR QUICK OLYMPIC FIX S 2 4/10/1989 A 

WHIPPOORWILL'S KNICKS, BULLS WIN S 2 4/11/1989 D 

HACKNEY PRAISED FOR HOOP SKILLS CHH 1 4/22/1989 A 

CHESTNUT BRANCHES OUT WITH TRIANGLE ALL-STARS S 2 5/09/1989 B 

BIG MONEY OVERRIDING ACADEMIC FOCUS H 2 5/14/1989 C 

CCB HOOPSTERS S 2 5/16/1989 B 

YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUE SEASON ENDS S 2 5/16/1989 B 

5 TO 6-YEAR-OLD CHAMPS S 2 6/13/1989 C 

7 TO 8-YEAR-OLD CHAMPS S 2 6/13/1989 C 

•B' DIVISION WINJCRS S 2 6/13/1989 C 



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P L38 
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P T32 
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P C45 
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1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



NO ONE REASON PROMPTED HENDERSON DECISION 

HARD TO TELL UOLFPACK WITHOUT A PROGRAM/BASKETBALL 

TEAMS WORKING THROUGH FLURRY OF MINOR INJURIES IN PRACTICE 

ODOM, DEMON DEACONS WELCOME ROGERS ABOARD 

BROWN CARRIES ON TAR HEEL TRADITION WITH SAN ANTONIO 

AN ALMOST PERFECT DAY FOR SOME HOOP 

BASKETBALL/IMC RECRUITING CLASS RATED TOPS IN NATION 

RICE'S SHOT ONLY LATEST TO GUN DOWN "LEFTY" IN DUEL WITH SMITH 

HURLEY ONE OF FEW FRESH(MAN) FACES IN DEVILS' LINEUP 

THE BREY-MULLEN CONNECTION LEADS TO BLUE DEVILS 

COACHES LEARN ROPES THROUGH ACC BASKETBALL 

BASKETBALL CAMPS 

SEE ALSO TOMMY AMAKER BASKETBALL ACADEMY 
BASKETBALL NOT ONLY THING ON THIS AGENDA 

BASKETBALL CARDS 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL CARDS 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL CARDS 
SUCCESS IS 'IN THE CARDS' 

BASKETMAKING 

CHEROKEE BASKETHAKER TO GIVE DEMONSTRATIONS 

A 200-YEAR-OLD CRAFT 

'WOVEN TIES' AT STAGVILLE TODAY 

BASKETS 

BASKETS WEAVE A SPELL 

BASTILLE DAY 
SEE ALSO FRANCE 
STORMING THE BASTILLE 
'PIEDMONT PARIS' MARKS BASTILLE DAY 

BATMAN 

BATMAN! CAPO CRUSADER GOES BACK TO COMICS MOLD 

CONFESSIONS OF A GROWNUP BAFAN 

CAPED CRUSADER STRIKES 

KEATON MISCAST AS BATMAN 

IT'S A BATHIT! NICHOLSON JOKER STEALS THE SHOW IN ATMOSPHERIC... FILM 

NICHOLSON'S JOKER GETS THE LAST BATLAUGH 

HOLY HALL! 

BATON ROUGE. LOUISIANA 

AREA FACES OIL PRICE INCREASES 

BATON TWIRLING 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA ALL-STAR TWIRLERS 
BATON TWIRLER OVERCOMES INJURY TO WIN COMPETITION 
TOP TWIRLERS 

BATS 

OVERDUE BATS TAKEN IN STRIDE AT LOCAL LIBRARY 

BATTELLE MEMORIAL INSTITUTE (INCLUDES PACIFIC NW & COLUMBUS LABORATORIES) 
RESEARCH 6 DEVELOPMENT; STUDY INDICATES SLIGHT INCREASE DURING 1989... 

BATTERED UOMEjN 

SEE ALSO CHANGE (A MEN'S COUNSELING PROGRAM ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE) 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE. U.S. 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/DURHAM COALITION FOR BATTERED WOMEN 

SEE ALSO PRO-ARREST POLICY 

SEE ALSO RAPE, U.S. 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

BATTERED-WOMEN ADVOCATES LAUD NATIONAL PLAN 

PHYSICIANS SHOULD LOOK FOR MORE ABUSE CASES 



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2 9/03/1989 B 2 

2 10/29/1989 C 2 

2 11/05/1989 C 2 

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CHH 1 11/10/1989 A 3 

H 2 11/19/1989 C 2 

H 2 11/26/1989 C 2 

H 2 12/03/1989 C 2 

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H 2 8/06/1989 E 



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6/29/1989 D 
6/30/1989 D 
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9/23/1989 C 


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1/01/1989 



INDEX B 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



BEACHES. N.C. AND 3.C., PUBLIC ACCESS 
SEE ALSO COASTAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 
BEACH ACCESS HINGES ON LEGISLATURE 

THE B&¥3 (FILM) 

"DAD,- "THE BEAR"/CARRY SOME TISSUES 

BEAR WRESTLING 

TERRIBLE TED THE BEAR WRESTLING AGAIN 

BEARS 

SEE ALSO TEDDY BEARS 
CAGED BLACK BEARS ON CHEROKEE RESERVATION SPARK COMPLAINTS 
PETA HEAVY-HANDED IN CHEROKEE 

BEAT DOOK PARADE 
SEE W.SO PARADES 
BEAT DUKE PARADE SLATED FOR FRIDAY 
DOOK DOLL 
NUKE »EM 

BEAUFORT, N.C. 

CHANCES 'DICEY' FOR BEACHED UHALES 

MOTHER PYGHY WHALE DIES; RESCUERS SHIFT FOCUS TO CALF 

ORPHANED WHALE CALF LOSES STRUGGLE TO LIVE 



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REFUGE IS READY TO BE OPBO 

BR EAKIN G VIOLENCE CYCLEj ORANGE/DURHAM COALITION HELPS VICTIMS... 

PROTECT BATTERED WOMEN 

FOX CALLS VICTIMS' ADVOCATE GOOD IDEA 

BATTERED WOMEN MEED HELP IN COURT SYSTEM 

WORKING AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

WHEN WILL THE ABUSE END? 

WOMEN, CHILDREN FOCUS OF 4 FORUMS 

BATTERED WOMEN TELL THEIR STORIES IN CHAPEL HILL 

D.A. FOX TO SPEAK AT RIGHTS HEARING 

MOORE SAYS JOLLY WILL BE 'NATIONAL LANDMARK' CASE 

MAN CHARGED WITH ATTACK USING HAMMER 

BATTLE Of GUILFORD COURTHOUSE 

REVOLUTIONARY WAR BATTLE SHIFTED TO WAKE FOREST FOR JULY 4 

BATTLE OF THE BULGE 

CHRISTMAS SPIRIT OVERCOMES WAR 

BATTLEFIELD BAND 

THE BATTLEFIELD BAND FROM SCOTLAND PERFORMS.. .AT THE ARTSCENTER 

BEACHES. N.C. AND S.C. 
SEE ALSO BARRIER ISLANDS 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA COASTAL CELEBRATION 
SEE ALSO COASTAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO OUTER BANKS, N.C. 

CLEANUP HIGHLIGHTS PROBLEM 

PRICE IS HIGH FOR OCEAN-FRONT LIVING 

PILKEY: BARRIER ISLANDS ASSAULTED; VEGETATION VANISHING 

HORSES HURT ISLANDS 

BEACHES WILL SURVIVE US 

GARDNER CALLS FOR ACTION TO SAVE BRIDGE 

DUKE PROFESSORS U.S. ERRS ON COST OF RESANDING BEACHES 

CAROLINA COASTAL CELEBRATION SLATED THIS WEEKEND IN RALEIGH 

LEGISLATORS ARE PREPARING MEASURES TO REGULATE INFECTIOUS MEDICAL WASTE 

FOR DUKE RESEARCHER, BEACH REBUILDING GOES AGAINST THE GRAIN 

ARMY ESTIMATES ON BEACH WORK FAR OFF— PILKEY 

CLEANER BEACHES BEST AWARD FOR TRASH EFFORT 

INSIGHT/PRESERVING SHORELINES FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS 

PILKEY; HUGO MAY SPUR BEACH PROTECTION 

HURRICANE HUGO IS ECHO OF PILKEY'S CALL 

BATTLE OVER BEACHFRONT PROTECTION 

VOLUNTEERS SWEEP N.C. BEACHES CLEAN 



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CHH 1 
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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
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CHH 1 
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9/18/1989 
10/02/1989 
10/02/1989 
10/03/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/06/1989 
10/10/1989 
10/12/1989 
10/15/1989 
10/18/1989 
10/25/1989 



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2/26/1989 
3/11/1989 
3/11/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/14/1989 B 
3/15/1989 C 
4/06/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/16/1989 
4/29/1989 
7/25/1989 
7/30/1989 
9/25/1989 
9/26/1989 
10/03/1989 
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S 2 12/14/1989 A 
S 2 4/06/1989 D 



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6 P F 
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H 2 11/10/1989 D 16 R S92 
H 2 1/18/1989 D 10 N 



H 2 3/18/1989 C 
CHH 1 9/10/1989 A 



CHH 1 11/15/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 11/18/1989 A 1 P P L38 
CHH 1 11/18/1989 A 2 P P L38 



H 2 8/16/1989 C 
H 2 8/19/1989 A 
H 2 8/20/1989 C 



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1 N S22 
1 N S22 



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HUNGER POSSIBLY KILLED BABY WHALE 

BEAUSOLIEL (MUSIC GROUP) 
CAJUN FLAVOR 
HE CAN COOK ONSTAGE AND OFF 

BEAUTIFICATION PROGRAMS 
age ALSO DURHAM AWARD 
CHAMBER'S NEW 'DURHAM AWARD' WILL HONOR BEAUTIFYING WORK 

BEAUTILLION HILITAIRE LEADERSHIP TRAINING AND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME 
SEE ALSO KAPPA ALPHA PSI 
FRATERNITY TO HONOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 

BEAUX ARTS BALL 

ARTS GROUP CELEBRATES 25 YEARS 
ELEGANT BALL 



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H 2 8/23/1989 C 3 P N S22 



8/24/1989 D 
8/24/1989 D 



1 P P T32 

2 D F B71 



S 2 5/02/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 5/08/1989 A 10 N 



BEAVERS 

SOME THINGS YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT BEAVERS, BUT DIDN'T ASK H 

PLANNED PARENTHOOD PRACTICED FOR 30 BEAVERS IN CHAPEL HILL H 

BURGEONING BEAVER POPULATION GNAWS AT DURHAM H 
BEAVERS GET 'REPRIEVE'; WHLOWKAVEN SAYS IT WON'T KILL HARMLESS CRITTERS H 

FATE OF CLUB'S BEAVERS TO BE DECIDED BY GROUP H 

R.B. WILLIAMS EARNS AWARDS H 



3/07/1989 A 
3/07/1989 B 



2/05/1989 B 
4/02/1989 B 
8/03/1989 A 
8/04/1989 A 
8/08/1989 A 
8/10/1989 A 



6 P P C45 
2 P P C45 



U N36 
N 

N S&9 
N S69 
N S69 
E 



BEAZER PLC 

SHILOH CHURCH SUES OVER WELL-PROTECTION PLAN 

BECTCN, DICKINSON AND CO. 

HEALTH-CARE COMPANY DELAYS PLANT OPENING 
GLUT OF PLASTIC GLOVES SNAGS TREYBURN PLANT 

BEDSORES 

STUDY OF BED SORES INCLUDES AREA PATIENTS 

BEECHAM GROUP PLC 

BRITISH COMPANY STUDIES RTP SITE 
FIRM STILL WEIGHING MOVE TO TRIANGLE 
FIRM'S PLANS FOR U.S. DIVISION ARE 'ON HOLD' 

BEEF 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 
SEE ALSO NEAT 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL BEEF COOKOUT 
CATTLEMAN CARVES 'ALTERNATIVE' NICHE IN AREA MARKET 

BEEP BALL 

SEE ALSO BLIND 

SEE ALSO SOFTBALL 
'BEEP BALL' FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED COMES TO DURHAM 
BEEP BEEP: MOVE OVER BASEBALL FANS, HERE COMES SOMETHING NEW. 

BEER 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE'S UNABASHED HOMEBREWERS 

SEE ALSO WINE 
BEER STIN G NETS 29 FOR SALE TO MINORS 
COMMITTEE REJECTS BAN OF OPEN BEER CONTAINERS IN CARS 
FOR TWO CENTS, SENATE WOULD HIKE N.C. TAX ON BEER 
PLAN WOULD RAISE TAX ON BEER CAN A PENNY 
WEEPING RADISH WINS BEER CONTEST 
WHEN HOMEBREWERS COMPETE, THEY DON'T FOOL AROUND 
STING SNARES 27 FOR SELLING BEER 
POLICE LOG/POLICE BEER "STING" SNARES 27 STORE CLERKS 
POLICE LOG/UNDERCOVER YOUTH REFUSED BEER, BUT CLERK ARRESTED 
DUCKING BULLETS, TEMPER 
POLICE LOG/MAN FAKING LEG INJURY STEALS PURSE 



H 2 7/08/1989 C 1 N K65 



S 2 
H 2 



8/24/1989 A 
8/26/1989 B 



1 P N C61 

2 N 



CHH 1 3/17/1989 A 3 P N S17 



S 2 
S 2 
S 2 



1/17/1989 A 
3/30/1989 C 
4/14/1989 C 



1 N H65 
1 N 
1 N 



CHH 1 4/04/1989 A 3 P N M25 



2 4/18/1989 D 6 P N A76 
2 7/25/1989 D 4 P N A76 



2/17/1989 A 

5/05/1989 A 

4/11/1989 B 

7/21/1989 A 

8/02/1989 B 

10/29/1989 B 

11/10/1989 C 

11/11/1989 C 

11/12/1989 B 

11/16/1989 A 

12/28/1989 B 



1 

14 
1 
5 
2 
4 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 



N B53 
N 
N 

J Oil 
N 

N S22 
N B53 
N M51 
N 
E 
N M51 



BEES 



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SEE ALSO INSECT STINGS 
BUDS AND BEES 

BEETLE JUICE (FILM) 

KEATON TIMING TURNS OUT STYLISH, HILARIOUS HAUNTING 

BEIJING, CHINA 

INSIGHT/AT DEMOCRACY CORNER 

DURHAM STUDENT SEES BLOODY BEIJING SCENE 

GUNFIRE CRACKLES OVE R BEI JING) 2 DURHAM STUDENTS TRY TO FLEE 

CHINESE MOTIVATION DIFFERS FROM U.S. POLITICAL IDEAS 

FAMILY WAITS FOR UORD FROM BEIJING 

STUDENTS OBSERVE DAY OF MOURNING 

CHINA NEVER MEANT TO GIVE IN, UNC PROFESSOR SAYS 

N.C. STUDENTS RETURNING FROM CHINA WITH TALES OF FEAR 

STRUGGLE IN CHINA NOT OVER, CHI SAYS 

CHINA SIGHTSEEING EXCURSION TURNS INTO HISTORIC NIGHTMARE 

PROF: 'DONG LUAN' IN BEIJING 

DR. CALHOUN TELLS FIRST-HAND ABOUT CHINA 

IN BEIJING, A STUDENT SPEAKS HIS MIND 

MARCHERS PAY TRIBUTE TO SLAIN CHINESE PROTESTERS 

BEINECKE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, SCHOLARSHIPS 
UNC JUNIOR WINS BEINECKE SCHOLARSHIP 



BELK-LEBGETT (DURHAM, N.C.) 

BELK FINISHES « MILLION REMODELING 

BELK'S CELEBRATING RENOVATION 

SOPHISTICATED SHOPPING FOR ENTIRE FAMILY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

BELK HUDSON LEGGETT HONORS TOP ACHIEVERS 

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

BELKS (GENERAL HEADING) 

BELKS'S BREAKS TRADITION, OPENS ON 2 SUNDAYS 
STORES EXTENDING WEEKEND HOURS TO RECOUP LOSSES 



BELLMAN AND TRUE (FILM) 

CHILDREN, CRIME COMBINE IN BRITISH 



BELLMAN' CAPER 



BELLS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL BELLTOWER 
FOR HER THE BELLS TOLL 

BELLS LANDING 

SEE ALSO B. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 
OWASA BOARD OKS JORDAN LAKE PURCHASE 

BELLSOUTH 

PHONE STRIKE WON'T AFFECT DURHAM CALLS 

EDUCATORS, INDUSTRY URGED TO UNITE IN IMPROVING SCHOOLS 

BELLSOUTH EXEC: FIRMS, EDUCATORS MUST JOIN TO HELP U.S. COMPETE 

BEN JOHNSON LAKE 

SEE LAKE BEN JOHNSTON (INCLUDES DAM) 

THE BENCH MARK (DURHAM HERALD COLUMN) 

THE BENCH MARK/1988 CONSTRUCTION IN N.C. DOWN FOR FIRST NINE MONTHS 
BENCH MARK/INSTITUTIONAL CONSTRUCTION IN U.S. TO CONTINUE TO BE STRONG.. 
THE BENCH MARK/NUMBER OF FORECLOSURES UP AND LIKELY TO RISE HIGHER 



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L P BYL 



S 2 2/01/1989 C 1 P P T37 



H 2 9/22/1989 D 4 P R L59 



H 2 


5/14/1989 D 


1 P F 


S 2 


6/06/1989 A 


1 M N M06 


H 2 


6/07/1989 A 


1 N Bll 


S 2 


6/07/1989 A 


1 N M06 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


1 N 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


1 N S17 


S 2 


6/08/1989 A 


N M06 


H 2 


6/10/1989 C 


5 N 


CHH 1 


6/10/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


H 2 


6/11/1989 A 


1 PN 


S 2 


6/14/1989 A 


1 P N T77 


S 2 


6/14/1989 A 


1 P N T77 


H 2 


6/18/1989 E 


2 P U H49 


S 2 


9/13/1989 B 


1 P N S92 



CHH 1 5/09/1989 A 5 N 



2/24/1989 
2/24/1989 
2/26/1989 
5/10/1989 
9/28/1989 



2 12/14/1989 B 
2 12/15/1989 C 



P N S76 
P N H65 
P F 

N 

N M51 



N 
N C60 



H 2 1/27/1989 D 4 R L59 



H 2 8/19/1989 C 1 P P M66 



CHH 1 2/09/1989 A 1 P N L90 



S 2 8/07/1989 A 1 N C61 
H 2 12/01/1989 C 1 N C47 
S 2 12/01/1989 C 1 P N E33 



THE BENCH MARK/VIBEO EXPLORES COOPERATION IN BUILDING AFFORDABLE HOUSING H 
AVERAGE PRICE OF HOME UP 9X AND OUTPACING INFLATION IN '88/BENCH MARK H 
HOME OWNER DESIRES INCLUDE 4 BEDROOMS. 2 1/2 BATHS/THE BENCH MARK H 
MERRILL LYNCH INDEX REVEALS TOP 10 HOME-BUYING MARKETS/THE BENCH MARK H 
SURVEY INDICATES HOME PRICES LOWEST IN SOUTH LAST YEAR/THE BENCH MARK H 
CHAMBER SELECTS KALKHOF FOR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM/THE BENCH MARK H 

CONSTRUCTION IN FOURTH QUARTER OF 1988 DECLINES ONE PERCENT/BENCH MARK H 
NUMBER OF U.S. HOUSEHOLDERS OWNING OWN HOME STILL SLIPPING/THE BENCHMARK H 
BOATERS ACROSS COUNTRY FACE SITING SUPPLY OF DOCK SPACE/THE BENCH MARK H 
SLUMP IN OFFICE CONSTRUCTION COULD END, SAYS CHICAGO TITLE/THE BENCHMARK H 



1/01/1989 
1/08/1989 
1/15/1989 
1/22/1989 
1/29/1989 
2/05/1989 
2/12/1989 
2/19/1989 
2/26/1989 
3/05/1989 
3/12/1989 
3/19/1989 
3/26/1989 



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GAP BETWEEN 1988, 1989 CONSTRUCTION IS WIDENING/THE BENCH MARK H 
ARCHITECTURE WEEK CELEBRATED WITH SERIES Of SPECIAL EVENTS/BENCH MARK H 

MONTH AFTER MERGER, SALES UP 43X FOR FONVILLE MORISEY H 

EXTENSION SERVICE HAS COURSE ON HOME-BUYING ECONOMICS/THE BENCH MARK H 

NEW CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS STRENGTHEN AFTER DECLINES H 
N.C. BUILDING ACTIVITY FALLS 17.1 PERCENT FROM YEAR AGO/THE BENCH MARK H 

TYPICAL HOUSE SALE TAKES JUT SHORT OF FOUR MONTHS/THE BENCH HARK H 

1988 HOUSING MARKET GROWTH FOR DURHAM-RALEIGH RANKS 17TH H 

INSTITUTE SAYS BUYERS SHOULD KEEP RESALE VALUE IN MIND H 

DODGE SAYS CONSTRUCTION IMPROVED DURING APRIL/THE BENCH MARK H 

ALTHOUGH PROFILE IS CHANGING FIRST-TIME BUYER IS SHU. ALIVE H 

INNOVATIVE HOUSING CHOICES AVAILABLE FOR OLDER PEOPLE H 

TAR HEEL CONSTRUCTION FOR APRIL RISES 5.2 PERCENT OVER 1988 H 

HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES 1989 AWARDS/THE BENCH MARK H 

CENTURY 21 PREDICTS STRONGER RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE MARKET H 

CIMARRON HONES OFFERS SPECIAL PRICE TO BUYERS H 

CONDOS STILL VIABLE SEGMENT OF MARKET H 

CLOSING CALLS FOR BUYERS TO REMAIN COOL, ALERT H 

HOMEBUILDING SLIDE CONTINUES IN U.S. H 

NINE BUSINESSES OPEN IN NEW SHOPPING CENTER/THE BENCH MARK H 

SEARCH PUBLIC RECORDS BEFORE BUYING PROPERTY H 
NEW CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS IN U.S. RISE 2 PERCENT IN JULY/THE BENCH MARK H 

BOOKLET OFFERS WARNINGS ON BUILDING DREAM HOME H 

CONDOS' SLOW MARKET ON ITS WAY TO SOLUTION/THE BENCH MARK H 

WACHOVIA ANNOUNCES MORTGAGE LOAN PROGRAM H 

STATE'S BUILDING ACTIVITY UP 21.8 PERCENT IN JULY H 

HOUSING TURNOVER RATE IN NORTH CAROLINA IS HIGH H 

IT TAKES TWO INCOMES TO OWN TYPICAL HOME H 

BUILDING IN STATE DOWN 7.3 PERCENT FOR AUGUST H 

MOVE TO LARGER HOMES PREDICTED TO CONTINUE H 

THE BENCH MARK/DISTINCTIVE PROPERTIES WINS AWARD OF MERIT H 

3RD QUARTER HOUSE STARTS DOWN FROM LAST YEAR H 

COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE TRADE SHOW TO BE HELD H 

RESORT PROPERTY OFFERS INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY H 

REAL ESTATE COMPANIES PLAN UPCOMING MERGER H 

PREDICTION SAYS 1990 GOOD FOR BUYING HOUSE H 

NEW CONSTRUCTION VALUE SLIDES DURING NOVEMBER H 



BENENSON PRIZES 

10 DUKE UNDERGRADUATES TO RECEIVE BENENSON PRIZES 

BENJAMIN N. DUKE LEADERSHIP AWARDS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., AWARDS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO LEADERSHIP 
SANFORD TO ADDRESS FINALISTS FOR DUKE LEADERSHIP AWARDS 

BENNEHAN HOUSE 

STAGVILLE CELEBRATES SEASON FOR LIBERTY 

BENNETT, N.C. 

CHATHAM WANTS PUBLIC FORUM ON WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITY 

BENNETT COLLEGE 

MRS. BUSH TELLS GRABS TO HELP UNEDUCATED 

BENNETT HOUSE 

SEE BENNETT PLACE STATE HISTORIC SITE 

BENNETT PLACE STATE HISTORIC SITE 

BENNETT PLACE SURRENDER ENACTMENT SET FOR WEEKEND 

...SKETCH DEPICTS SURRENDER... AT BENNETT PLACE... 

DURHAM SURRENDER RE-PLAYED 

SOUTH FAILS (AGAIN) TO RISE AT BENNETT PLACE 

TRIBUTE 

HOW IT WAS 

ANOTHER ENDING TO THE CIVIL WAR! AUTHOR WANTS DURHAM'S BENNETT PLACE... 

IT'S BACK TO THE WAR AT THE BENNETT PLACE 

HISTORY ALIVE 



4/02/1989 

4/09/1989 

4/16/1989 

4/23/1989 

4/30/1989 

5/07/1989 

5/14/1989 

5/21/1989 

5/28/1989 

6/04/1989 

6/11/1989 

6/18/1989 

6/25/1989 

7/02/1989 

7/09/1989 

7/16/1989 

7/23/1989 

7/30/1989 

8/06/1989 

8/13/1989 

8/20/1989 

8/27/1989 

9/03/1989 

9/10/1989 

9/17/1989 

9/24/1989 

10/01/1989 

10/08/1989 

10/15/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/12/1989 

11/19/1989 

11/26/1989 

12/03/1989 

12/10/1989 

12/17/1989 

12/24/1989 

12/31/1989 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
19 



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



19 N 



1 DU 

1 U 

1 DU 

1 D U 

1 D U 

1 D U 

1 D U 



S 2 5/03/1989 C 6 N 

H 2 3/03/1989 C 16 P N 

S 2 12/01/1989 A 8 P F S27 

CHH 1 4/28/1989 A 3 P N H25 

H 2 5/15/1989 B 1 P N 



4/19/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/24/1989 
7/11/1989 
11/17/1989 
11/20/1989 



N 
P 
N 

N P41 
P K30 
P K30 
F W66 
N UM 
P C45 



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IT'S A WEEKEND FOR TRIANGLE TRADITIONS 

'DAWN OF PEACE' DESCRIBES BENNETT PLACE SIGNIFICANCE FOR ANNIVERSARY.., 

BERLIN UALL 

SEE ALSO EAST GERMANY 
SEE ALSO UORLD MM II 

DUKE PROFESSORS CAUTIOUS, OPTIMISTIC ON GERMAN REVOLUTION 

WALL TUMBLING DOWN STIRS MEMORIES OF EAST BERLIN INTIMIDATION 

FROM BERLIN TO JERICHO 

A CRACK IN THE WL1 

VALENTINE URGES CAUTIOUS APPROACH TO RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN EUROPE 

SYMBOL OF TYRANNY BEGINS COMING DOWN 

INSIGHT/A TALE OF ONE CITY 

SORTING PRESIDENTIAL STEPS TO THE BERLIN MIRACLE 

'REUNIFICATION' 

TRYING TO GO HOME AGAIN 

COLD UAR'S THAU CHALLENGES OUR SIMPLISTIC VIEWS OF THE UORLD 

CHIP OFF OLD BLOC 

*10 UILL BUY 2-OUNCE CHUNK OF BERLIN UALL AT MORGAN IMPORTS 

VISITING PROFESSOR MARVELS AT DISMANTLING OF BERLIN UALL 

BERMUDA 

AMERICAN PLANS RDU-BERMUDA FLIGHT 

AMERICAN AIRLINES PLANS NON-STOP FLIGHTS TO BERMUDA BEGINNING APRIL 2 

BEST UESTERN TRIANGLE INN (RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT) 
RDU TO PURCHASE HOTEL 

BETHEL CHRISTIAN CENTER 

TORNADO BLEU AUAY INVISIBLE RACIAL LINE IN COMMUNITY 

BETHESDA (DURHAM COUNTY) 

COMMISSIONERS MULL CONTRACT QUESTION H 

SEUER, STREETS NAG BETHESDA RESIDENTS S 

BETHESDA COMMUNITY SEUER-LINES UORK IS COMPLETE S 

BILLS TO FOLLOW BETHESDA SEUER UORK S 

COMMISSIONERS OK ASSESSMENT FOR BETHESDA H 

BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

9-10 AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 

BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASKETBALL TEAMS 
COACH'S TEAMS CONSISTENTLY GOOD 
CHAMPION TROTTERS 

BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SOFTBALL TEAMS 
SEE ALSO SOFTBALL 
BETHESDA CHAMPIONS 

BETHESDA BOMBERS (SOFTBALL TEAM) 

SEE BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SOFTBALL TEAMS 

BETHESDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

3 NEU SCHOOLS SPRINGING UP LIKE FLOUERS 

C3LWTY EAGERLY IMPROVES PRIMITIVE RURAL SCHOOLS 

BLACK SCHOOLS PLAY CATCH-UP 

MOVING DAY 

NEU BETHESDA LIBRARY MOST MODERN IN STATE 

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES 

IT UILL BE CLOSE, BUT COUNTY SCHOOLS EXPECTED TO BE READY FOR NEU TERM 

BETHESDA FIRE GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM 

SEE BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SOFTBALL TEAMS 

BETHESDA GOODWIN (BASKETBALL TEAM) 

SEE BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASKETBALL TEAMS 

BETHESDA SPARTANS (BASKETBALL TEAM) 

SEE BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASKETBALL TEAMS 



H 2 12/08/1989 D 
H 2 12/31/1989 D 



7 P F U66 
3 P U H45 



H 2 
H 2 

CHH 1 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 



11/11/1989 A 
11/12/1989 B 
11/12/1989 A 
11/13/1989 A 
11/13/1989 A 
11/13/1989 A 
11/19/1989 D 
11/19/1989 D 
11/19/1989 D 
11/24/1989 A 
11/26/1989 A 
11/29/1989 A 
12/17/1989 B 
12/24/1989 A 



N S22 
U N36 
L 
E 

N Yll 
E 
F 

U H49 
T C50 
N C62 
U 
E 

U N36 
N 



S 2 2/03/1989 A 
H 2 2/04/1989 C 



H 2 8/17/1989 D 



H 2 5/12/1989 C 



2 1/10/1989 C 
2 1/10/1989 A 
2 6/22/1989 A 
2 9/08/1989 A 
2 12/19/1989 C 



1 N H65 
1 N P41 



9 N 
1 N P38 



N A54 
N H65 
N H65 
N H65 
N S69 



S 2 10/31/1989 B 6 P P 



S 2 2/28/1989 D 4 P N C09 
S 2 5/09/1989 B 2 P P 



S 2 9/05/1989 B 6 P P 



1/02/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/19/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/27/1989 
7/25/1989 
8/11/1989 



N S92 
F S92 
F S92 
P T37 
N S92 
P S76 
N C47 



BETHESDA TROTTERS (BASKETBALL TEAM) 



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SEE BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASKETBALL TEAHS 

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, SMALL 

SEE (4.S0 CHWiITIES 

SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

LET THE BENEVOLENT BEWARE, APPEALS MAY NOT BE JUST FOR CHARITY 

SWEEPSTAKES OFFER 'TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE' 

HOW TO GIVE WISELY 

BETTER DURHAM HUMAN RELATIONS AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 

AWARD WINNER 

RABBI WORKS FOR ALL MANKIND 

GIVING A PORTION OF HERSELF 

BETTER HEALTH OF DURHAM 

SEE FOUNDATION FOR BETTER HEALTH OF DURHAM 

BHOPAL, INDIA 
SEE ALSO INDIA 
'84 BHOPHAL DISASTER KILLED 5 SIBLINGS, BOTH HIS PARENTS 

BIBLE 

SEE ALSO GIDEONS 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., RELIGION 

SUn CHALLENGES BIBLE'S SALES TAX EXEMPTION 

DON'T EXEMPT BIBLE FROM TAXES 

LAY ACADEMY TO FOCUS ON MOST 'ABUSED' BOOK IN BIBLE - REVELATIONS 

LEAVE HOTEL, HOTEL BIBLES ALONE 

COMPUTER COMPANY OFFERS HAND-HELD ELECTRONIC BIBLE 

BIBLICAL RECORDER 

BAPTISTS AT ODDS ON REFUSAL TO RUN EVANGELIST'S AD 

BICYCLE LANES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., BICYCLE ROUTES 

BICYCLES AND GOOD ROAD DESIGN COULD REDUCE TRAFFIC CONGESTION 

EXPANSION OF PTA THRIFT SHOP APPROVED 

DOT CHARTS CARRBORO'S BIKE ROUTES 

TOWN TO USE BIKE, SIDEWALK PLAN AS DEVELOPMENT GUIDE 

BICYCLE LAWS 

POLICE LOG/BICYCLIST CHARGED WITH DWI 

BICYCLE RACES 

SEE ALSO WELLSPRING CRITERIUM 
CYCLE ON 9TH STREET SUNDAY 
BICYCLE RACING SCHEDULED TODAY 
HEADED FOR VICTORY 

WOMAN CYCLIST LAPS FIELD TO DEFEND WELLSPRING TITLE 
CHAPEL HILL BOASTS LINK TO TOUR DE FRANCE 
LEMOND'S WIN INSPIRING 

BICYCLE SAFETY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO SHARING THE ROAD (CHAPEL HILL HERALD COLUMN) 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 

WEARING A BIKE HELMET MAKES GOOD SENSE 

BIKEWAYS PLAN UP FOR CONSIDERATION 

BICYCLE TRIPS 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 
SEE ALSO BIKE-AID 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA TARWHEELS BICYCLE CLUB 
BICYCLE TOURSi TRY THESE TIPS ON WHERE YOU MIGHT GO, 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -fG L P BYL 



H 2 1/22/1989 E 
S 2 8/16/1989 A 
H 2 8/27/1989 D 



1 T F Zll 

1 N C61 
4 E 



S 2 5/13/1989 A 11 P P S73 
S 2 7/06/1989 A 6 P F 659 
S 2 8/12/1989 C 1 P N C61 



H 2 5/05/1989 A 11 P N C60 



H 


2 


1/13/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/17/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 B 


7 


N D80 


H 


2 


2/27/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/04/1989 D 


6 


N 



H 2 1/11/1989 A 6 N 



CHH 1 1/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/30/1989 A 



6 U 

3 P N C62 
3 M N C62 
3 P N M25 



CHH 1 7/01/1989 A 7 N 



4/22/1989 B 
4/23/1989 B 
4/24/1989 A 
4/24/1989 C 
7/21/1989 B 
7/26/1989 A 



U K30 
N 
P K30 

N M51 

N 

E 



S 

CHH 



2 6/14/1989 C 7 U 
1 11/27/1989 A 3 P N S17 



PLACES TO STAY... CHH 1 1/07/1989 A 6 U 



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PEDALING PREACHER BIKING 1,600 MILES TO AID HOMELESS 
PEDALING FOR POVERTY GROUP PIT STOPS IN DURHAM 
CROSS-STATE BICYCLE TOUR TO AID CHILDREN'S HOMES 
CYCLE FOR RECYCLING 
BICYCLE TAKES ON BATTERY 

BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE LANES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE TRIPS 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA TARUHEELS BICYCLE CLUB 

SEE ALSO DIRT BIKES 

SEE ALSO SHARING THE ROAD (CHAPEL HILL HERALD COLUMN) 

SEE ALSO TRICYCLES 

SEE ALSO UNICYCLE 

BICYCLE BUDDIES 

HAYORjJMARD AT ODDS ON SIDEWALK BIKE BAN 

CARRBORO'S VICIOUS CYCLES 

TOW PLANS TO GET TOUGH ON CYCLISTS 

CAN'T BEAR TO LOOK 

WHEEL NEVER MEET AGAIN 

GROUP SEEKS SUSPECT IN BOTTLE THROWING 

PEACEFUL RIDE 

MOM MAKES HER WAY UPHILL... 

...WITH SOME 'COOL' CARGO 

EXHIBIT OFFERS NEW DIMENSION TO THE HUMAN BODY 

NO HORSING AROUND 

BID-RIGGING 

SEE PRICE FIXING 

BIG BEAUTIFUL WOMAN (FASHIONS FOR LARGE WOMEN) 
SEE ALSO MAGAZINES 
SEE ALSO OBESITY 

FASHIONS TAILORED FOR THE HARD-TO-FIT WOMAN 

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

NEW FASHIONS SUIT FULL-FIGURED WOMEN 

BIG AND BEAUTIFUL; POSITIVE PHILOSOPHY FOR THE FASHIONABLY LARGE 

THE BIG CLICK (BOOK AND PROJECT) 
SMILE, NORTH CAROLINA 
SHUTTERBUGS ALL OVER STATE CLICKING TODAY 

BIG EAST-ACC CHALLENGE (BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT) 

THOMPSON'S NOT SOLD ON BIG EAST-ACC CHALLENGE 

FANS AWAIT SHOWDOWN/COACHES HAVE RESERVATIONS 

PITTSBURGH RALLY CORRALS COWBOYS 

ACC-BIG EAST? STYLES VARY, BUT SUCCESS IS USUALLY RESULT 

BIG BOYS SET ASIDE PASTRIES FOR 'CHALLENGE' 

GREAT SCOH! TECH ACCEPTS PITT CHALLENGE 

REDMEN BATTLE ATTRITION, WOLFPACK m BIG EAST-ACC CHALLENGE 

ACC-BIG EAST: EVENT IN NEED OF A TRADITION 

WOLFPACK WHIPS REDMEN 

BLUE DEVILS MISSING TRIO OF PLAYERS AGAINST NO. 1 SYRACUSE 

'PACK BOMBS REDMEN 

DEACONS FALL TO SETON HALL IN OT 

THE FINAL FOUR HAS A TOUGH ACT TO FOLLOW 

JOHNSON FTS DOWN DEVILS 

UNC-GEORGETOWN: THE GAME NEITHER COACH WANTS TO PLAY 

DEVILS FIND A LEADER 

ORANGEMEN SQUEEZE DUKE 

TIGERS TURN BACK PROVIDENCE IN CLASSIC CONFRONTATION 

NO. 3 GEORGETOWN MEETS TAR HEEL CHALLENGE 

GEORGETOWN TOO TOUGH INSIDE FOR TAR HEELS 

HOLLAND GETS REVENGE VS. MASSIMINO 

CHALLENGE FILLED THE BILL FOR DECEMBER 

BIG EAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL 
ACC-BIG EAST MATCHUPS SET 
HOYAS VS. HEELS HEADS ACC-BIG EAST SERIES 



N 
P 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 



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5/11/1989 B 
8/14/1989 B 
8/17/1989 C 
9/25/1989 A 
10/12/1989 A 



P N Zll 

N S22 

N H60 

P P T44 

PF Zll 



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



2/07/1989 
3/02/1989 
3/03/1989 
3/09/1989 
3/14/1989 
6/23/1989 
8/25/1989 
9/05/1989 B 
9/21/1989 A 
9/21/1989 A 
9/29/1989 C 
10/07/1989 C 



P T32 
N C62 
E 



S73 
C45 



T37 

L38 

L38 

N C61 

P L38 



S 


2 4/07/1989 B 


1 P F 659 


H 


2 4/24/1989 B 


1 P F Zll 


S 


2 8/11/1989 B 


1 PF G59 


H 


2 8/14/1989 A 


6 P F S56 


H 


2 4/05/1989 C 


3PPL38 


H 


2 4/21/1989 C 


1 N N36 


H 


2 12/01/1989 F 


2 P N L22 


S 


2 12/01/1989 B 


3 D U F25 


S 


2 12/02/1989 C 


1 D N F25 


H 


2 12/04/1989 D 


1 N L22 


H 


2 12/04/1989 D 


1 U L22 


H 


2 12/05/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 12/05/1989 D 


1 P N L22 


H 


2 12/06/1989 D 


1 U M88 


H 


2 12/06/1989 D 


1 P N L22 


H 


2 12/06/1989 D 


1 N L22 


S 


2 12/06/1989 D 


1 P N D1S 


S 


2 12/06/1989 D 


1 P N F25 


H 


2 12/07/1989 C 


1 U M88 


H 


2 12/07/1989 C 


1 P N L22 


H 


2 12/07/1989 C 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 12/07/1989 B 


1 P U D18 


S 


2 12/07/1989 B 


1 P N A76 


S 


2 12/07/1989 B 


1 N A76 


H 


2 12/08/1989 B 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 12/08/1989 B 


1 P U F25 


S 


2 12/08/1989 B 


1 N F25 


H 


2 12/10/1989 C 


1 U L22 


S 


2 6/06/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 6/07/1989 D 


1 N 



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ACC-BIG EAST 

ACC-BIO EAST SHOWDOWN LIKELY TO END IN TIE 

BIG LOTS 

BIG LOTS OPENING AT RIVERVIEW CENTER 

THE BIG SWEEP 

SEE BEACHES, N.C. AND S.C. 
SEE GARBAGE COLLECTION, N.C. 
SEE LITTER 

BIG TWIST AND THE MELLOW FELLOWS (BAND) 
TAKING TO THE STAGE 

BIKE-A-THON 

MINISTER 'PEDALS' HOPE FOR HOMELESS 



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



2 6/07/1989 D 
2 11/30/1989 C 



1 U F25 
3 P U F25 



H 2 5/28/1969 D 8 N 



H 2 6/02/1989 D 9 P F F55 
S 2 5/10/1989 A 1 P N C61 



BIKE-AID 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE TRIPS 

SEE ALSO FUND RAISING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF FUND RAISING PROJECTS & SPONSORING GROUPS) 
PEDALING FOR POVERTY GROUP PIT STOPS IN DURHAM H 2 8/14/1989 B 1 



NS22 



BIKINIS 

SEE ALSO SWIMSUITS 
BIKINIS, BURNOUT AND BOYS 
BIKINI CONTESTANTS TREATED INHUMANELY 

BILINGUAL EDUCATION 
SEE FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

BILL BOYCE MUSIC CENTER 

THINKING ABOUT A PIANO? BILL BOYCE MUSIC CENTER (AD) 

BILL OF RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO FIRST AMENDMENT 
SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF RELIGION 
SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF SPEECH 
SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF THE PRESS 
SEE ALSO U.S. CONSTITUTION 
SEE ALSO U.S. CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENTS 
SANFORD CONDEMNS FLAG MOVE 

BILL T. JONES/ARNIE ZANE & CO. 
FIRST STEPS 

FAMILIAR FEET SETTLE THE ADF INTO '89 SEASON THIS WEEK 
CLASSICAL CLARITY ASSUMED BY DANCERS 
»T» STANDS FOR TERRIFIC 

BILLBOARDS 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO NAEGELE OUTDOOR ADVERTISING CO. 

SEE ALSO SIGNS AND SYMBOLS 

RJR FIGHTS PROPOSED BAN ON BILLBOARDS IN OWN BACKYARD 

MARLBORO'S MEN, CAMELS SHUNNED BY WINSTON-SALEM 

COMPLIANCE ORDERED ON BILLBOARD RULES 

CITIES SHOULDN'T PAY TO HAVE SIGNS REMOVED 

MANY ILLEGAL BILLBOARDS ARE STILL STANDING 

TAX ASSESSORS AWAIT WORD ON NEW BILLBOARD RATE 

LET THERE BE LITE 

LEGISLATOR URGES MORATORIUM ON NEW BILLBOARDS IN STATE 

BILLBOARD TAX SOUGHT BY COUNTY 

SKY SAW 

LAWSUIT CHALLENGES RALEIGH BILLBOARD ORDINANCE 

BILLBOARD INDUSTRY IS OPPOSING REGULATION CHANGES IN N.C. 

DOUBLE-TEAMING BILLBOARD 

COMPROMISE REACHED ON FEES FOR BILLBOARDS 

AIDS BILL IS SENT BACK TO SUBCOMMITTEE 

JUST WHEN HE THOUGHT IT WAS SAFE... 

STIFFER BILLBOARD RULES ENDORSED 

BARGAIN IN EYES OF BEHOLDER 



CHH 1 4/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/06/1989 A 



1 P P K30 
4 L 



S 2 4/19/1989 F 8 D A 



S 2 7/31/1989 A 1 P N C61 



2 6/08/1989 D 7 P G B71 

2 6/12/1989 B 1 N U66 

2 6/13/1989 C 14 R L59 

2 6/15/1989 D 3 P R B71 



1/17/1989 A 
1/20/1989 B 
1/26/1989 B 
1/26/1989 A 
2/11/1989 B 
3/31/1989 C 
4/06/1989 C 
4/15/1989 B 
4/16/1989 B 
5/11/1989 C 
5/13/1989 A 
5/31/1989 C 
6/28/1989 B 
6/28/1989 D 
6/29/1989 B 
7/11/1989 A 
7/28/1989 C 
10/11/1989 D 



N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N H70 
P P K30 

N 

N A54 
P P S73 

N 

N 
P P L38 

N 

N 
P P L38 

N N65 
P P T37 



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BILLBOARD COMPROMISE GOOD FOR MOTORISTS 

BILLINGS i GARRETT INC. 

MORRISVILLE, INSURANCE CO. DEBATE DEBT ON SEWER LINE 

BILTMORE HOTEL (HIGH POINT) 

BILTMORE HOTEL DEMOLISHED IN HIGH POINT 

BILTMORE HOUSE 

BILTMORE PLANNING FOR A FLOWER FETE, KNIEVEL A JUMP 

OPULENCE DEFINED; BILTMORE ESTATE WILL HOLD SOME VERY SPECIAL DINING 

BIMBE FESTIVAL (DURHAM AFRICAN FESTIVAL) 
BIMBE BEGINS 
BIMBE! 

REGGAE GROUP PERFORMS AT BIMBE 
JAMMING RIGHT ALONG 

BINGHAM TOWNSHIP (WEST OF CARRBORO, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C. 
OFFICIALS? BINGHAM AIRPORT NOT LIKELY 
BINGHAM GROUP VOWS TO KEEP UP AIRPORT FIGHT 

OUASA PURCHASE HAS LANDOWNER WORRIED (CORRECTION PRINTED 6-29-89) 
CORRECTION 

UTILITY PROBED ABOUT EROSION; BINGHAM RESIDENT CRITICIZES OWASA 
OFFICIALS AGAINST ELECTION OF TACS 

BINGO 

SEE ALSO GAMBLING 

SEE ALSO GAMES 

SEE ALSO OASIS (DURHAM, N.C.) 

OASIS BINGO CLUB IS TAKING NO MORE CHANCES IN DURHAM 

BILL WOULD EXPAND HELMET LAW TO MOPED RIDERS 

COURT RULES THE GAME WAS BINGO 

BINKLEY BAPTIST CHURCH (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

SUPPLY AND DEMAND... UNEQUAL IN TERMS OF DAY CARE 
BINKLEY TO HOST GAY, LESBIAN CELEBRATION 

BIO-MED SERVICES CORPORATION 

SEE ALSO BROWNING FERRIS INDUSTRIES INC. 
MEDICAL WASTE FIRM CONSIDERS CHATHAM SITE 
QUESTIONS REMAIN FOR PITTSBORO INCINERATOR 

PITTSBORO INCINERATOR SITE UNLIKELY - BOARD CHAIRMAN (AMENDED 5-18-89) 
PITTSBORO WON'T COURT MEDICAL WASTE COMPANY 
PITTSBORO WASTE BURNER NOT PLANNED — BIO-HED MGR. 

BIOOOISTRY 

SEE ALSO MOLECULAR MODELING 
BIOCHEMICAL CONFERENCE SET 

BIODEGRADABLE PRODUCTS 

SCIENTIST'S GOAL! DEGRADABLE PLASTIC TO PROTECT SEAS 

BIOLOGICAL WARFARE 

SEE ALSO CHEMICAL WARFARE 
RESEARCH ON VACCINES IN PENTAGON PROJECT SPARKS CONCERN IN TRIANGLE 

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 

SEE ALSO GENETIC ENGINEERING 
CONFERENCE TO EXPLORE TRENDS AND NEEDS IN BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES INC. 

DIKE REPORTEDLY SOLD CONTROVERSIAL CANCER TEST DESPITE PENDING SUITS 
PAPER SAYS COMPANY AGREED TO CONCEAL DUKE ROLE IN TEST 

BIOSPHERE RESERVE 

FUTURISTIC 'NOAH'S ARK' WILL INCLUDE ANIMALS FROM DUKE 

BIOTECHNOLOGY 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 12/02/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 3/24/1989 C 1 N P41 
H 2 2/08/1989 D 9 N 



2 2/26/1989 F 
2 4/12/1989 B 



9 P U DM 

1 P F Zll 



2 6/08/1989 D 3 P N 

2 6/09/1989 D 9 P F W66 

2 6/15/1989 D 3 P N 

2 7/09/1989 B 3 P P K30 



CBH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



5/06/1989 
5/08/1989 
6/25/1989 
6/29/1989 
7/16/1989 
10/21/1989 



H 2 1/07/1989 A 
H 2 5/10/1989 A 
H 2 9/06/1989 B 



CHH 1 6/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/23/1989 A 



CHH 1 5/03/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/13/1989 A 

0« 1 5/17/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/24/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 



H 2 6/14/1989 D 
H 2 2/04/1989 C 



H 2 7/15/1989 C 
H 2 7/19/1989 C 



N M20 
N M20 
N L90 
N 

N L90 
N M20 



1 N S82 
9 N 
5 N L40 



N M25 
N H25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 



9 N 
1 N K65 



H 2 5/22/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 6/20/1989 B 5 N K65 



1 N 

2 N 



S 2 7/28/1989 C 1 N 



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SEE ALSO UNA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO N.C. BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH 
BIOTECHNOLOGY COHPANY REPAYS START-UP GRANTS 
SURVEY BEGUN ON BIOTECHNOLOGY ATTITUDES 

BIOTECHNOLOGY ADVANCES SPAUN BILL IN LEGISLATURE ON GENETIC ENGINEERING 
N.C.'S BIOTECHNOLOGY LAU NOW SEEN AS MODEL FOR OTHER STATES 
STATE'S SLOW-STARTING BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY NOW KEEPING PACE 

BIRD CARVING 

SEE ALSO CRAFTSMEN 
WHITTLER CARVES FLIGHTS OF FANCY 

BIRD: THE LEGEND OF CHARLIE PARKER (FILM) 

EASTWOOD'S BIRD MURKY, TOO LONG, BUT STILL PLEASING FOR JAZZ FANS 
EASTWOOD'S DIRECTING KEEPS 'BIRD' GROUNDED 

BIRDHOUSES 

BIRDCDNDO? 

BIRDS 

SEE ALSO CHIMNEY SWIFTS 
SEE ALSO FLAMINGOS 
SEE ALSO PARAKEETS 
SEE ALSO PURPLE MARTINS 
EXOTIC BIRDS GET ATTENTION OF CHAPEL HILL WATCHERS 

BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO ABORTION 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO CONDOMS 

SEE ALSO ESTROGEN 

SEE ALSO FAMILY PLANNING 

SEE ALSO FERTILITY 

SEE ALSO OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SEE ALSO VASECTOMIES 

SCIENTISTS STILL SEARCHING FOR 'PERFECT CONTRACEPTIVE' 

PROGRAM HELPS LOW-INCOME MEN OBTAIN VASECTOMIES 

REPORT: TOWN'S PROBLEMS TOPPED BY DAY CARE NEEDS 

BIRTH CONTROL LAW STRUCK DOWN 24 YEARS AGO TODAY 

CHOICES IN BIRTH-aJNTROL METHODS INCREASE IN 1980S 

PARK GROUP GETS GRANT FOR FAMILY-PLANNING WORK 

BARRIER METHODS BIRTH CONTROL, ILLNESS ARE LINKED BY STUDY 



BIRTH CONTROL PIUS 

BREAST CANCER STUDIES FOUND CONFLICTING 
INCONCLUSIVE REPORTS ON BIRTH-CONTROL PILL A 
LINKS BETWEEN PILL, BREAST CANCER QUESTIONED 



SCANDAL' 



BIRTH DEFECTS 

SEE ALSO MARCH OF DIMES 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 
BLAME BOOZER, NOT DISTILLER 

BIRTHDAYS 

JERRY GENTRY/WHAT JASCHA, MIKE, I HAVE IN COMMON 

BIRTHMARKS 

LASER USED TO REMOVE BIRTHMARKS 
LASERS HELP DOCTORS REMOVE BIRTHMARKS 



H 


2 1/04/1989 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 1/15/1989 B 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 4/20/1989 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 8/27/1989 C 


10 


N K65 


H 


2 10/14/1989 C 


1 


N K6S 



S 2 7/07/1989 B 1 P F S27 



2 7/04/1989 C 3 R L59 
2 7/07/1989 D 3 P R L59 



S 2 7/0671989 C 1 P P S76 



CHH 1 3/21/1989 A 3 P N S17 



S 2 1/11/1989 C 
S 2 1/12/1989 C 
CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/07/1989 A 
S 2 10/09/1989 C 
S 2 12/04/1989 A 
H 2 12/08/1989 C 


3 U 

1 N H65 
1 N M70 

4 P J 
1 N 

8 N 

1 N C60 


H 2 1/06/1989 A 
S 2 2/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 


1 

7 

11 


N 
U 
N 



H 2 4/24/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 1/29/1989 D 5 U 633 



H 2 6701/1989 C 4 N 080 
S 2 8/04/1989 C 1 N 



BISCUIT TIME (HOLLOWAY STREET) 

DURHAM SUN BIRTHDAY SPECIALS; BISCUIT TIME RESTAURANT <AD) 

BLACK ATHLETES 

SEE ALSO SPORTS (GENERAL HEADING) 
ASHE SERVES MINORITIES HIS SUPPORT 



S 2 4/19/1989 H 9 D A 



S 2 10/25/1989 A 1 P N E33 



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SEE ALSO CHURCHES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO MINISTERS, BLACK 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 

'TO SERVE THE GOOD LORD'-COUNCILyiLLE CHURCH GREW OUT OF.., PRAYER.. 

COMING HOME TO HISTORY; HILLSBOROUGH CHURCH ENTERS 123RD YEAR 

BLACK COLLEGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIV. 
SEE ALSO FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIV. 

HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGE ALUMNI OFFICIALS f£ET TODAY AT NCCU 

STUDY! NEW STANDARDS MAY AFFECT BLACK SCHOOLS 

ADMISSION RULE COULD HURT FOUR N.C. BLACK CAMPUSES 

BLACK COLLEGES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO HOUARD UNIV. 
DUKE PARTICIPATING IN MINORITY GRAB STUDY PROGRAM 

BLACK ENTERPRISE MAGAZINE 

magazine: N.C. MUTUAL AMONG BEST EMPLOYERS 

BLACK EXPERIENCE WORKSHOP 

10TH ANNUAL BLACK EXPERIENCE WORKSHOP OPENS THURSDAY 
SPEAKERS TELL BLACK COMMUNITY 'HEAL THYSELF' 

BLACK HISTORY 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTER FOR BLACK HISTORY 

SEE ALSO PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY 

SEE ALSO SLAVERY 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES 

ACTIVISTS SAY KING'S HOPE UNFULFILLED 

GREENSBORO LUNCH-COUNTER PROTESTER MARKS MARTIN LUTHER KING BIRTHDAY 

ELECTRONIC-AGE BLACK HISTORY 

BLACK HISTORY/CHAPEL HILL HAD BIG ROLE IN MOVEMENT 

IT'S STILL A BATTLE; DESPITE VICTORIES, ORANGE COUNTY BLACKS STILL... 

BLACK HISTORY/SLAVERY ONCE UELL-ACCEPTED IN CHAPEL HILL 

fCGLECTED, ALMOST FORGOTTEN CEMETERY TARGET FOR PRESERVATION SOCIETY,., 

QUIZ WHIZZES 

BLACK-OWNED N.C. MUTUAL PROSPERS 

NCCU BEGINS AS SHEPARD'S DREAM TO HELP BLACK MINISTERS 

BLACK MAN SHARED PILGRIM THANKSGIVING - PROFESSOR 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH (INCLUDES BLACK HISTORY WEEK) 
"PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORT (AD) 
A SALUTE TO BLACK HISTORY MONTH 

TOO MANY FORGETTING/BLACK HISTORY MONTH TIME TO REFLECT.., 
DR. EARLIE THORPE, NCCU PROFESSOR 
LECTURES, DISCUSSIONS MARK BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS 
ONE MORE TIME, ARTISTS CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH 
'TO SERVE THE GOOD LORD'-COUNCILVILLE CHURCH GREW OUT OF... PRAYER.. 
BLACK HISTORY MONTH - CELEBRATION CONTINUES 
•FIRST KIDS' - VETERAN TEACHER RECALLS EARLY DAYS OF INTEGRATION 
HUMANITIES CENTER TO PRESENT RADIO SHOWS ON CIVIL RIGHTS 
CBS TO INTERVIEW DR. JOHN FRANKLIN ON BLACK HISTORY MONTH 
CELEBRATION CONTINUES; BLACK HISTORY MONTH 

'AN HONORABLE PROFESSION'; OWNER OF WEAVER FUNERAL HOME CARRIES ON... 
BLACK ARTISTS ARE SPOTLIGHTED 
CHAPEL HILL HIGH'S BLACK HISTORY MONTH GETS MIXED REVIEWS FROM STUDENTS 

BLACK HOLES 

SEE ALSO ASTRONOMY 
UNC EXPERT ON BLACK HOLES NAMED BAHNSON PROFESSOR 

BLACK JEWS 

SEE ALSO JEWS 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 
SPEAKER RECOUNTS 'JOURNEY TO JUDAISM' 

BLACK MANHOOD WAKENING CLUB 

SEE BMW CLUB (BLACK MANHOOD WAKENING CLUB) 



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L P BYL 



CHH 1 2/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/19/1989 A 



1 P Q M20 
1 P N H90 



H 2 6/10/1989 C 2 N 
S 2 7/12/1989 A 8 N 
H 2 7/13/1989 B 7 N 



H 2 5/10/1989 C 2 N 
H 2 1/19/1989 A 12 N 



H 2 3/29/1989 C 4 N 
CHH 1 4/01/1989 A 3 P N S17 



H 2 


1/16/1989 A 


1 P N C47 


CHH 1 


1/23/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 2 


1/28/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


2/05/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


2/05/1989 A 


1 P Q S17 


CHH 1 


2/05/1989 A 


1 P Q L90 


H 2 


2/12/1989 B 


1 M N H36 


S 2 


3/01/1989 B 


9 P P S76 


S 2 


4/19/1989 F 


4 P F M06 


S 2 


4/19/1989 G 


4 P F S92 


H 2 11/23/1989 C 


1 N S22 


H 2 


1/08/1989 C 


7 A 


H 2 


1/14/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


2/01/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


2/01/1989 C 


8 P 


CHH 1 


2/01/1989 A 


7 P N 


S 2 


2/02/1989 D 


1 P F B71 


CHH 1 


2/06/1989 A 


1 P Q M20 


S 2 


2/09/1989 D 


5 P F 


CHH 1 


2/13/1989 A 


1 P Q C62 


H 2 


2/14/1989 C 


5 N 


H 2 


2/14/1989 C 


5 N 


S 2 


2/16/1989 D 


2 P I 


CHH 1 


2/20/1989 A 


1 P Q S17 


S 2 


2/23/1989 D 


2 P I 


H 2 


3/04/1989 B 


1 P U L38 



S 2 3/27/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 2/23/1989 C 



N J04 



BLACK-CWNED BUSINESSES 



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SEE ALSO DURHAM BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CHAIN 
SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO MINORITY CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY BUSINESSES 

S&L BOARDS TOO WHITE, REPORT SAYS OF DISPARITIES IN LENDING 

EDITORIAL QUESTIONING HAYTI DEVELOPMENT WAS INCENDIARY 

LOCKLEAR QUITS HAYTI HOKE CENTER JOB, TELLS COOPERATIVE TO ACCEPT... 

BILL SEEKS MORE STATE BUSINESS FOR MINORITY-OWNED COMPANIES 

BLACK-OUNED N.C. MUTUAL PROSPERS 

HAYTI, FORMER HUB OF BLACK COMMUNITY 

STATE SEIZES RECORDS OF HAYTI OgXJP 

INSIGHT/WHAT'S NEW IN BLACK ENTERPRISE 

BLACK PHYSICIANS 

SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, N.C. 
MARTIN, U.S. OFFICIAL TO SALUTE SURGICAL EDUCATORS 
MEDICAL SCHOOLS URGED TO RECRUIT BLACKS 



BLACK RAIN (FILM) 

AMERICAN MYTH GETS WASTED IN 



BLACK RAIN' 



BLACK SPEECH PATTERNS 
SEE ALSO LANGUAGE 
ROYSTER WANTS BLACKS TO LEARN STANDARD ENGLISH 

BLACK STUDENT ALLIANCE OF DUKE UNIV. 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, STUDENTS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., STUDENTS, BLACKS 

DUKE STUDENTS PRESENT TO PROVOST CONCERNS ON TREATMENT OF BLACKS 

DUKE MARCHERS PRESENT CONCERNS 

OFFICIAL ACTION UNLIKELY AGAINST 'JABBERWOCKY' 

BLACK STUDENT MOVEMENT 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, STUDENTS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, STUDENTS 

SPEAKER CHARGES UNC WITH RACISM 

RACISM TOPIC OF CAMPUS WORKSHOPS 

HARDIN BACKS CELL FOR REAPPOINTMENT 

BLACKBURN LITERARY FESTIVAL 

SEE DUKE UNIV. BLACKBURN LITERARY FESTIVAL 

BLACKMAIL 

SEE EXTORTION 

BLACKNALL HOUSE 

OLD/NEW DURHAMi HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY WILL HONOR PROJECTS. 
MOSES RECEIVES HISTORICAL SOCIETY'S BARTLETT AWARD 

BLACKOUTS 

SEE POWER FAILURES 



BLACKS, ACTORS AND ACTRESSES 

SEE ALSO ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, U.S. 
WOMAN WHO BROKE MOVIE COLOR BARRIER TO SPEAK AT N.C. 



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H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 


2 2/05/1989 B 
2 4/15/1989 A 
2 4/16/1989 A 
2 4/19/1989 A 
2 4/19/1989 F 
2 4/21/1989 A 
2 4/21/1989 A 
2 11/19/1989 D 


1 NC47 
4 L 
1 PN S69 
9 N R53 
4 P F M06 
1 P N A54 
1 P N S69 
1 C N 


H 
H 


2 
2 


4/11/1989 C 
4/15/1989 C 


2 N 

6 N C60 


H 


2 


9/29/1989 D 


3 PR S66 



CHH 1 7/29/1989 A 1 N C62 



H 2 4/21/1989 C 
S 2 4/21/1989 C 
H 2 11/30/1989 C 



CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/18/1989 A 



1 P N N36 
1 P N T37 

1 N N36 



3 N 
3 N 
1 P N S17 



2 5/02/1989 B 1 P F S56 
2 5/06/1989 A 11 P N 



CENTRAL AWARDS DAY H 2 4/13/1989 B 7 P N 



BLACKS, DANCE 

SEE ALSO CHOREOGRAPHERS 
?yF ALSO DANCE 

ADF OFFERS FREE TALKS ABOUT BLACK DANCE 

THE BLACK TRADITION/MODERN DANCE'S LOST LINE IS RECLAIMED AT THE ADF 

HE TELLS IT LIKE IT IS (AND WAS) 

JAZZ WIND BLOWS IN WITH 2 DANCE TROUPES 

DANCER RETURNS TO HIS NATIVE DURHAM TO 'TOE THE LINE' 

DANCES OFFER MOVING HISTORY 

BLACKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BMW CLUB (BLACK MANHOOD WAKENING CLUB) 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 



6/20/1989 B 
6/22/1989 B 
6/22/1989 D 
6/23/1989 C 
6/23/1989 C 
6/24/1989 A 



M31 
G59 
L59 
B71 
B71 



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N 
P 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., ETHNIC POPULATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., RACE RELATIONS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COMMITTEE ON THE AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

BLACK MANHOOD WAKENING CLUB HOLDS CEREMONY H 

CONCERN FOR HUMANITY IS FAMILY TRADITION/THE SUN, 100 YEARS S 

DURHAM'S SILENT HEROES H 

BLACK OPPONENTS; MERGER MAY MAKE MORE PROBLEHS S 

DAVI9! CRITICISM OF MERGER DOESN'T REPRESENT ALL BLACKS S 
SLANTED AGAINST WHOM? DURHAM BLACKS & WHITES SHOULD PUT CHILDREN FIRST H 

BLACK-OWNED N.C. MUTUAL PROSPERS S 

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

HAYTI, FORMER HUB OF BLACK COMMUNITY H 

IN THE KNOW ABOUT AFRICAN CULTURE; EDUCATOR BRUCE BRIDGES S 

ETHNIC PRIDE GROWS IN BLACK COMMUNITY S 

MAGIC EXPRESS TENNIS CLUB ORIENTS DURHAM BLACKS TO TENNIS S 

2 BLACKS ARE NOMINATED FOR MENTAL HEALTH BOARD S 

ROXIE HCCULLOUGH LEAVES THEM SPELLBOUND S 

DAVIS: DURHAM MUST KEEP 'MOVING UP AND MOVING ON' S 

FIVE BLACKS MIXED IN FEELINGS ABOUT SPAULDING MEETING H 

JENKINS SHARES VISION FOR CITY, VOTERS VIEW NEW MAYOR H 

BLACKS, FARMERS 

SEE ALSO FARMERS, U.S. 
MANY BLACK FARMERS PREFER PAY-AS-YOU-GO PLAN 

BLACKS, FILMS 

SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 
FIGHTING HOLLYWOOD STEREOTYPES 

BLACKS, HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN AFRICA MEDICAL AID PROJECT 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, HEALTH CARE 

SPEAKERS TELL BLACK COMMUNITY 'HEAL THYSELF' 

LINCOLN HOSPITAL ESTABLISHED FOR BLACKS 

BLACKS NOT BENEFITTING EQUALLY FROM HEALTH CARE 

BLACKS, MAYORS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS AND POLITICIANS 
JENKINS EDGES OUT STRAWBRID6E/VICT0RY GIVES DURHAM ITS 1ST BLACK MAYOR H 

JOHNSON EDGES CATES H 

GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH S 

GRUBB WINNER DESPITE COMPUTER GLITCH S 

GRUBB REAL WARD 1 WINNER S 

HIGH VOTER TURNOUT TURNS VOTE AROUND S 

JENKINS CITY'S 1ST BLACK MAYOR S 

RACItt. BARRIERS FALLING S 

JENKINS SHARES VISION FOR CITYj VOTERS VIEW NEW MAYOR H 
TOWN'S FIRST BLACK MAYOR TO TAKE HELM 

BLACKS, MILITARY 

SO FEW BLACK OFFICERS IN N.C. GUARD SPARKS PROBE 

BLACKS, MINISTERS 

SEE MINISTERS, BLACK 

BLACKS, MUSICIANS 
SEE ALSO MUSICIANS 
PERFORMERS 'GET DOWN' SATURDAY S 

FAIRFIELD FOUR GOES ON AND ON H 

BLACKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 
REPORT: BLACKS MORE LIKELY TO BE DENIED LOANS H 

S&L BOARDS TOO WHITE, REPORT SAYS OF DISPARITIES IN LENDING H 

INFORMATION GATHERED AT PETTIFORD REUNION IS PUBLISHED IN FAMILY HISTORY H 
PORTRAITS OF A SOUTHERN PAST H 

HOMER'S ART DOCUMENTS BLACKS AT A CROSSROADS H 

PERSON BOARD WILL BE ASKED TO HIRE MORE BLACK OFFICIALS H 



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L P BYL 



1/28/1989 
2/14/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/30/1989 
3/31/1989 
4/02/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/19/1989 H 
4/21/1989 A 
6/02/1989 B 
6/02/1989 B 
6/06/1989 D 
6/07/1989 A 
6/20/1989 B 
6/27/1989 D 
7/19/1989 C 
11/12/1989 B 



N J20 
F G59 
L 

N S92 

N S92 

E 

H06 

A76 

A54 

G59 

659 

N A76 

N H65 

F G59 

U A76 

N R63 

N R63 



S 2 2/09/1989 A 1 P N H65 



CHH 1 4/20/1989 A 3 P N M70 



CHH 1 4/01/1989 A 3 P H S17 
8 2 4/19/1989 E 11 P F H65 
S 2 12/08/1989 A 1 N H65 



2 11/08/1989 A 

3 11/08/1989 A 
2 11/08/1989 A 
2 11/08/1989 A 
2 11/08/1989 A 
2 11/08/1989 A 
2 11/08/1989 A 
2 11/09/1989 A 
2 11/12/1989 B 

CHH 1 12/11/1989 A 



N R63 
N W57 
N B53 
N C61 
N C61 
N H65 
N C61 
E 

N R63 
N D38 



H 2 2/26/1989 B 7 N 



6/08/1989 D 
8/18/1989 D 



1/23/1989 B 
2/05/1989 B 
5/26/1989 C 
5/28/1989 E 
5/28/1989 E 
6/30/1989 C 



3 P F B71 
7 P R W66 



N 

N C47 

N D80 
P F G68 
P F W66 

N T33 



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BLACK FORMER PRESS SEC. SAYS HELMS MISUNDERSTOOD 

BLACKS, N.C., HEART DISEASE 
SEE ALSO HEART DISEASE 
UNC STUDY: BLACK HEN HAVE FASTER HEART RATES 

BLACKS, ORANGE COUNTY 

IT'S STILL A BATTLE: DESPITE VICTORIES, ORANGE COUNTY BLACKS STILL... 
BLACK HISTORY/SLAVERY ONCE WELL-ACCEPTED IN CHAPEL HILL 
'TO SERVE THE GOOD LORD'-COUNCILVILLE CHURCH GREW OUT OF... PRAYER.. 
'FIRST KIDS' - VETERAN TEACHER RECALLS EARLY DAYS OF INTEGRATION 
'AN HONORABLE PROFESSION'; OWNER OF WEAVER FUNERAL HOME CARRIES ON... 

BLACKS, POLICE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM POLICE DEFT., OFFICERS 
OTHER LOCAL POLICE FORCES ALSO HAVE FEW BLACK WOKEN 
UNC TO INTERVIEW THREE BLACK FEMALE OFFICER CANDIDATES 

BLACKS, POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS AND POLITICIANS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, MAYORS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COMMITTEE ON THE AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS 

SEE ALSO SOUTH ORANGE BLACK CAUCUS 
PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 
17 BLACK LEGISLATORS FEEL INFLUENCE GROWING 
SOME SECOND PRIMARIES HELP BLACKS-LAWYER 
FIVE BLACKS MIXED IN FEELINGS ABOUT SPAULDING MEETING 
VIRGINIA LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR TO SPEAK TO MINORITY GROUP 
JENKINS EDGES OUT STRAUBRIDGE/VICTORY GIVES DURHAH ITS 1ST BLACK MAYOR 
TAKE PRIDE, VIRGINIA. A GRANDSON OF SLAVES IS NOW YOUR GOVERNOR-ELECT 
INSIGHT/ '...TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE' 
BLACKS AND GOP HELP EACH OTHER IN N.C. LEGISLATURE 



BLACKS, PROFESSORS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, TEACHERS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., FACULTY, BLACKS 
SEE ALSO PROFESSORS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, FACULTY 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, FACULTY, BLACKS 
INSIGHT/THE PH.D. CHASE! DUKE COMPETING FOR MINORITY PROFS... 

BLACKS, STUDENTS 

SEE ALSO BLACK STUDENT ALLIANCE OF DUKE UNIV. 

SEE ALSO BLACK STUDENT MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, STUDENTS, BLACKS 

EDUCATORS SAY BLACKS GAIN OPPORTUNITY, BUT NOT PARITY 

DUKE PARTICIPATING IN MINORITY GRAD STUDY PROGRAM 

MINORITY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS STUDY AT DUKE 

COMPETITION FIERCE FOR TOP BLACK STUDENTS 

BIGGER SCHOOLS WINNING BATTLE FOR BLACKS 

BLAME APLENTY AT VIRGINIA BEACH 

BLACK SCORES STILL LAGGING. REPORT SHOWS 

AREA EDUCATORS WANT EXPLANATION FROM BASS 

READING SCORES 'FRUSTRATE' BOARD 

BLACK LEADERS BACK CITY SCHOOL BOARD CHIEF 

WHAT SHAPED AN ALL-BLACK HILLSIDE HIGH? 

BLACKS, TEACHERS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, PROFESSORS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, U.S. 
MALE, BUCK TEACHERS ON DECLINE 

BLACKS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL BLACK CHILD DEVELOPMENT WEEK 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL FORUM OF BLACK PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS 



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

CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 2 N 



CHH 1 6/20/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/05/1989 A 
2/05/1989 A 
2/06/1989 A 
2/13/1989 A 
2/20/1989 A 



PQ S17 
P Q L90 
P Q M20 
P Q C62 
PQ S17 



CHH 1 9/05/1989 A 1 
CHH 1 9/05/1989 A 1 



N S17 
N S17 



2/09/1989 A 
2/20/1989 B 
3/30/1989 C 
7/19/1989 
7/20/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/09/1989 
12/17/1989 
12/17/1989 



11 
1 
1 
1 

11 
1 
5 
1 
1 



6 
N 

NL40 
N R63 
N M06 
N R63 
J 
N 
N 



H 2 1/29/1989 D 1 P F 



H 2 4/22/1989 C 


I N K65 


H 2 5/10/1989 C : 


2 N 


H 2 6/23/1989 C ' 


1 N D80 


H 2 7/10/1989 B 1 


1 N 


H 2 7/10/1989 B t 


i N 


H 2 9/10/1989 D ' 


1 E 


CHH 1 9/10/1989 A 1 


I N D38 


H 2 9/30/1989 A J 


N C47 


CHH 1 10/05/1989 A ; 


! N C62 


H 2 10/24/1989 A i 


I N C47 


H 2 10/27/1989 A 1 


I N C47 



H 2 1/06/1989 C 10 N 



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SEE ALSO UNEMPLOYMENT, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, POLITICIANS 
BLACK COALITION LEADER SAYS HE'S OPTIMISTIC ABOUT BUSH 
WORKSHOP CONSIDERS ISSUES AFFECTING BLACK AMERICANS 
EXHIBIT FOCUSES ON CHANGING ROLES OF BLACKS 

BLACKS, U.S., MIGRATION 
SEE ALSO POPULATION, U.S. 
REPORTERS, RESEARCH KEEP NCCU PROFESSOR ON THE GO 

BLACKS, U.S., POPULATION 
SEE ALSO POPULATION, U.S. 
UPCOMING 1990 CENSUS SAID CRUCIAL TO BLACKS 

BLACKS, VOTER REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO VOTER REGISTRATION, U.S. 
STITH QUITS GOP RECRUITING POSITION 

BLACKS, WRITERS 

SEE ALSO WRITERS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, SOUTHERN 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, U.S. 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

DUKE PROF: PUBLISHING HARD FOR BLACK WRITERS 

BLACKWELL TOBACCO FACTORY 
SEE W. T. BLACKWELL AND CO. 

BLAZE (FILM) 

BEST OF HOLIDAY FARE/'BLAZE» 

BLEACHERS 

BLEACHERS MAY REPLACE SOME SEATS AT SMITH CENTER 

BLIMPS 

OLD IDEA GOES HIGH-TECH AS NAVY REVIVES BLIMPS 

BLIND 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR THE BLIND 

SEE ALSO BEEP BALL 

SEE ALSO CATARACTS 

SEE ALSO LIONS CLUB INDUSTRIES 

SEE ALSO SEEING-EYE DOGS 

DURHAM HIGH TEACHER LOSES SIGHT IN BLAST 

FUND SET UP TO HELP CHEMISTRY TEACHER 

DKS TEACHER MAY PAY HIGH COST FOR HEROISM 

DISABLED, LEGALLY BLIND WOMAN CAN'T EAT, SLEEP UNTIL SEEING-EYE PET... 

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 

•BEEP BALL' FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED COMES TO DURHAM 

BUND VICTIM FINDS RETRIBUTION LACKING 

BLINDNESS DOESN'T HANDICAP MINISTER 

MAN GETS 15 YEARS FOR ASSAULT ON BLIND WOMAN 

VISUALLY IMPAIRED LIONS CLUB WORKERS MAKE SUITS FOR PILOTS 

THE BLIZZARDS (BAND) 

DURHAM BLIZZARDS BLOWN TO NASHVILLE/ITEMS OF AMUSEMENT 

BLOOD CLOTS 

SEE ALSO TPA (TISSUE PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR) 
SYNTHETIC CLOTTING MAY HELP HEMOPHILIACS— STUDY 

BLOOD DONORS 

SEE ALSO BLOODMOBILE 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, BLOOD BANK 

HELP SOMEONE LIVE 

INOCULATIONS HAVE OFFICIALS BEGGING FOR BLOOD DONORS 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



CHH 1 
S 2 



2/01/1989 C 
3/15/1989 A 
5/18/1989 D 



2 P N K65 
5 N 

3 P F G59 



S 2 8/26/1989 C 1 P N 



CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 3 N S17 



H 2 8/23/1989 C 1 P N N36 



2/16/1989 B 
6/12/1989 C 



SPG 
3 N 



H 2 12/22/1989 D 15 P R S92 
S 2 1/24/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 1/10/1989 A 1 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 


4/10/1989 B 


1 P N P38 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 A 


1 P N P38 


H 


2 


4/14/1989 C 


1 N P38 


S 


2 


4/14/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/15/1989 A 


2 N 


s 


2 


4/18/1989 D 


6 P N A76 


H 


2 


5/30/1989 A 


1 P N S82 


S 


2 


7/11/1989 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 12/08/1989 B 


6 N 


H 


2 12/26/1989 C 


6 P N C60 


H 


2 


4/03/1989 A 


6 P U W66 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 C 


1 N C60 


H 


2 


1/02/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


2/07/1989 A 


3 N M20 



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LIFE GIFT 

RESTAURANTS TO COMPETE TODAY IN BLOOD DONATIONS 'BATTLE OF BOULEVARD* 

A TIME TO GIVE 

BLOOD DRIVE GOAL FALLS SHORT 

RED CROSS UILL SEEK CONTRIBUTIONS TO BUY BLOOD COLLECTION BUS 

CHANCE TO GIVE 

RED CROSS NEEDS BLOOD 

BLOOD SUPPLY HITS HOLIDAY LOU, RED CROSS SAYS 

BLOOD TESTS 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, SCREENING TESTS 
SEE ALSO BREATHALYZER TEST 
SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 
SEE ALSO HEALTH SCREENING PROGRAH 
SEE ALSO RECKLESS DRIVING 
HOUSE VOTES TO LOWER DWI BLOOD ALCOHOL LIMIT 

BLOODHOUNDS 
SEE ALSO DOGS 
BLOODHOUND TEAM IN DEMAND FOR TRACKING OUTLAWS 

BLOODMOBILE 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN RED CROSS 
SEE ALSO BLOOD DONORS 
A 'BLOOD HOUND' FOR DONORS 

BLOOM COUNTY (COMIC STRIP) 
MARY KAY NO AYATOLLAH 
'ZIPPY' AND 'CURTIS' WILL REPLACE 



BLOOM COUNTY' 



BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD OF N.C. 
SEE ALSO CARING PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO PERSONAL CARE PLAN 

CONGRATULATIONS, H.C. CRANFORD JR. 

CRANFORD RECEIVES CHAMBER AWARD 

HENDERSON MAN BATTLES SYSTEM FOR CANCER TREATMENT, LIFE 

BLUE CROSS SINGS BLUES FOR IMPACT TAX 

BLUE CROSS PLANS TORN BETWEEN PUBLIC SERVICE, PROFITS 

PROBING THE LIMITS OF GROWTH CONTROL 

BLUE CROSS CARRIES IMPACT TAX CONCERNS TO ORANGE CO. EDC 

HEALTH COSTS: SHOP AROUND 

REFLECTIONS IN METAL AND GLASS 

BLUE CROSS, OTHERS CELEBRATE DEMISE OF LOCAL IMPACT TAX 

SEARS WILL ANCHOR NEW 1-40 COMPLEX 

RECORD BLUE CROSS RATES COULD HIT TAR HEELS HARD 

UNHEALTHY PRICE HIKES 

BLUE CROSS HMO PLAN MAKES PROFIT 

BLUE CROSS! HEALTH COSTS OUT OF CONTROL 

BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD OF N.C, SALES AND EARNINGS 

BLUE CROSS ATTRIBUTES $74.5 MILLION '88 LOSS TO COST OF CARE 

BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD SERVICE CENTER 

POLICE LOG/SECURITY GUARD STICK BEATEN BY TWO MEN 

BLUE LIGHTS 

SEE AUTOS, BLUE LIGHTS 

BLUE LINE SHUTTLE 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL TRANSPORTATION DEPT. 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, BUSES 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL, BUSES 
CHAPEL HILL TRANSIT TO ADD UNC SHUTTLE 

BLUE QUAIL PRODUCTIONS 

JAZZ ON TRACK; BLUE QUAIL RECORDS OWNER FORESEES SUCCESS DESPITE.. 

BLUE RIDGE ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORP. 

THREE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES TO STUDY COMBINING OPERATIONS 



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



2/10/1989 A 
4/05/1989 C 
6/15/1989 A 
7/03/1989 A 
8/26/1989 B 
9/08/1989 A 
9/24/1989 B 



CHH 1 12/29/1989 A 



8 P 
3 

1 
3 
2 
1 
1 
3 



P T32 

N 
P P L38 
P N S17 

N C60 
P P L38 

N 

NH90 



H 2 7/07/1989 A 12 N 



H 2 3/19/1989 B 4 N 



CHH 1 6/11/1989 A 3 P N L90 



H 2 3/27/1989 A 4 L 
H 2 8/05/1989 A 11 N 



H 2 3/15/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 3/15/1989 C 


1 P N C47 


H 2 3/26/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


CHH 1 4/01/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


H 2 4/02/1989 A 


1 


N 


CHH 1 4/02/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 


1 


N M25 


H 2 4/18/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 4/22/1989 A 


3 P P L38 


CHH 1 4/26/1989 A 


1 


N K20 


CHH 1 4/28/1989 A 


1 


N S17 


H 2 6/21/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 2 6/28/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 2 10/05/1989 A 


1 


N E33 


S 2 12/18/1989 A 


1 


N E33 


H 2 3/19/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 2 11/10/1989 C 


1 


N C47 



CHH 1 5/22/1989 A 3 N M70 
CHH 1 4/17/1989 A 3 P N H90 
H 2 1/05/1989 C 1 N H60 



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BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY 

MORE THAN 25 MILLION VISIT PARKWAY 

AS THE LEAVES TURN; GO WEST FOR FALL COLOR 

BLUEBERRIES 

BLUEBERRIES BONUS OF SUMMER 

BLUEGRASS MUSIC 
SEE ALSO MUSIC 
SELDOM SCENE STILL PUTS OUN TOUCH ON BLUEGRASS 
ITALIAN FLATPICKER BRINGING HIS MUSIC HOME 
LOCAL BANJO PLAYER PICKS HIS WAY INTO BIGTIHE BLUEGRASS 

BLUES MUSIC 
SEE ALSO MUSIC 
LAZY LESTER IS SIN6ING THE BLUES AGAIN 

SCHOOLHpUSE BLUES; CHAPEL HILL STUDENTS GET A QUICK COURSE... 
FILM ABOUT BLUES ARTIST GETS ITS N.C. PREMIERE 
TOURING MUSICAL HONORS 'FATHER OF BLUES' 
TAKING TO THE STAGE 

RENAISSANCE BLUESMAN; LIGHTNIN' WELLS ON BLUES REVIVAL 
BLUESHAN SUMLIN BACK IN BULL CITY SATURDAY 
DURHAM GETS THE BLUES - AGAIN 
A CUP OF THE BLUES AT DUKE COFFEEHOUSE/FOUR HEADLINERS 

BOARD OF CHARITIES AND PUBLIC WELFARE 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

BOAT PEOPLE 

SEE VIETNAMESE REFUGEES 

BOAT SAFETY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO BOATS 
SEE ALSO DRUNKEN BOATING 
SEE ALSO SAFETY 
SEE ALS O WAT ER SAFETY 
TIPS OFFERED FOR BOATERS 
BOATERS BEWARE OF BUI 

BOATS 

SEE ALSO BOAT SAFETY 
SEE ALSO DURHAM POWER SQUADRON 
SEE ALSO KAYAKS 
SEE ALSO SCULLING 
SEE ALSO WATER SAFETY 
BOATERS ACROSS COUNTRY FACE SINKING SUPPLY OF DOCK SPACE/THE BENCH MARK 

BOB HUGHES ASSOCIATES INC. 
RETAIL STRIP 

THE BOBS (A CAPPELLA GROUP) 
NOW HEAR THIS 

BODDIE-NOELL ENTERPRISES 

FROM THE HEART: NINE ARE HONORED AS VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR 

BODY THERAPY INSTITUTE 

MASSAGE THERAPISTS PRACTICE OLD-FASHIONED HEALING 

BOGART'S RESTAURANT 

'I DON'T INTEND FOR THIS TO BE A PAINFUL EXPERIENCE' 

BOMB DETECTORS 

U.S., AIRLINE OFFICIALS MUM ON WHETHER RDU...WILL GET BOMB DETECTOR 
♦750,000 BOMB DETECTORS NOT IN SIGHT AT RDU 

BOMB THREATS 

SEE ALSO TELEPHONE THREATS 



H 2 1/09/1989 B 5 N 
H 2 9/03/1989 E 1 F Zll 



S 2 7/12/1989 C 1 P F S27 



H 


2 


1/13/1989 D 


8 P R L37 


H 


2 


3/03/1989 D 


3 P F S56 


H 


2 


7/07/1989 D 


6 P F 


H 


2 


1/13/1989 D 


9 P F 


CHH 1 


1/28/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 B 


1 P N 1464 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 B 


12 N N60 


H 


2 


6/02/1989 D 


9 P F F55 


H 


2 


7/28/1989 D 


9 P F H60 


H 


2 


8/04/1989 D 


5 P F W66 


S 


2 


8/23/1989 B 


1 P N B71 


H 


2 11/17/1989 D 


4 P F B71 



S 2 6/27/1989 C 1 N 
CHH 1 8/27/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 3/19/1989 F 1 N 

H 2 11/26/1989 F 1 P T37 

CHH 1 6/07/1989 A 7 P P 

H 2 4/17/1989 B 1 P N S56 

S 2 10/10/1989 A 6 P F S27 

CHH 1 6/11/1989 A 1 N S17 



S 2 7/11/1989 A 7 N H65 
H 2 9/01/1989 C 1 N 



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SEE ALSO THREATS 
THIS PRANK HASN'T FUNNY AT ALL 
JORDAN HIGH RECEIVES BOMB THREAT 
POLICE LOG/CHAMBER IS TARGET OF FALSE BOMB THREAT 
AUTHORITIES TRACE CALLER AFTER STANFORD SCHOOL BOMB THREAT 
STANBACK SCHOOL EVACUATED 
POLICE LOG/LOCAL BANK BOMB THREAT TARGET 
POLICE LOG/GUNMAN ROBS WOMEN IN DARRYL'S PARKING LOT 
CASE CLOSED 

BOMB SCARE AT CITY HALL 
CITY UORKERS ALL WET 

MEN CHARGED WITH USING 'BOMB' IN ROBBERY TRY 
GROCERY EVACUATED FOR BOMB SEARCH 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH DEATH BY VEHICLE 
BURGLAR TAKE SILVER WORTH OVER $22,000 

BOMBINGS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ARSON, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BOMBS 

SEE ALSO FIREBOMBS, DURHAM 

POLICE PROBE HOLOTOV BOMB, MAILBOX BLAST; 

DEPUTIES ARREST 2 FOR BOMBS 

TWO CHARGED WITH MAKING PIPE BOMBS 

POLICE CHARGE THIRD PERSON IN BOMB CASE 



POWDER AND PIPE ROCK CENTER 



BOMBS 

SEE ALSO ATOMIC BOMBS 
SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 
SEE ALSO FIREBOMBS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO LETTER BOMBS 
SEE ALSO PIPE BOMBS 
SEE ALSO PLASTIC EXPLOSIVES 

BOMB RIPS MAILBOX AT POST OFFICE 

POLICE PROBE HOLOTOV BOMB, MAILBOX BLAST, 'COCKTAIL' FOUND UNEXPLODED 

POLICE PROBE HOLOTOV BOMB, MAILBOX BLAST, POWDER AND PIPE ROCK CENTER 

BOMBS, FIRE THREATEN OUR SENSE OF SECURITY 

BON JOVI (MUSIC GROUP) 

BON JOVI! THAT'S TRUE LOYALTY! 

BON JOVI BASES ITS MUSICAL DIRECTION ON REACTION OF FANS, NOT CRITICS 

SNOW DOESN'T COOL BON JOVI FANS 

CROWD, MUSIC, BON JOVI: GOING THROUGH THE CLICHE MOTIONS 

POLICE LOG/CAMERAMAN ACCUSED OF OBSTRUCTION 

CONCERT REVIEW AN OUTRAGE 

REVIEW DOESN'T UNDERSTAND 

REVIEW CALLED WRONG 

BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
SEE ALSO HARDEE'S CHILDREN'S BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT FACILITY 

FIGHTING FOR HER LIFE IS 'NORMAL* FOR LEUKEMIA VICTIM 

LOCAL CHURCH RAISING FUNDS FOR TREATMENT 

POLICE LODGES DONATE MONEY FOR BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 

BROOKE WARD TO MEET DONOR OF LIFE-SAVING BONE MARROW 

GIRL MEETS MARROW DONOR 

BROOKE WARD MEETS DONOR TO MARK MILESTONE 

LEUKEMIA PATIENT DIES AT AGE 14 

DUKE TO OPEN BONE MARROW LABORATORY FOR CHILDREN 

DUKE ON ITS WAY TO FULL MARROW PROGRAM 

THE SPREAD OF HUMAN KINDESS 

MARROW TRANSPLANTATION UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR NURSE 

BONES 

SEE ALSO OSTEOPOROSIS 
3-D COMPUTER IMAGES HELP DOCTORS PLAN BONE SURGERY 

BONLEE SCHOOL 

TREATMENT SYSTEM ALLOCATIONS UNCERTAIN 
BOND WOULD RAZE, THEN REBUILD BONLEE 



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



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



1/04/1989 A 
1/20/1989 B 
1/21/1989 A 
3/08/1989 A 
4/01/1989 A 
8/24/1989 A 
10/01/1989 B 
10/18/1989 B 
10/19/1989 C 
10/19/1989 
10/26/1989 
10/28/1989 
11/11/1989 
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E 
N 
N 

N R43 
N M25 
N 

N M51 
P T37 
P T37 
P T37 
N B53 
N 
N 
N M51 



S 2 1/09/1989 B 1 N B53 

8 2 1/16/1989 A 1 N B53 

H 2 1/17/1989 C 1 N 

H 2 1/19/1989 C 6 H 



2 1/09/1989 A 

2 1/09/1989 B 

2 1/09/1989 B 

2 1/11/1989 A 



1 N M51 

1 N B53 

1 N B53 

4 E 



CHH 

H 

S 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 



1/14/1989 
2/17/1989 
2/20/1989 
2/21/1989 
2/23/1989 
2/27/1989 
3/01/1989 
3/13/1989 



CHH 1 



CHH 
H 
H 
H 
H 

CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



1/07/1989 A 
1/07/1989 A 
1/21/1989 B 
3/11/1989 C 
3/15/1989 
3/15/1989 
4/12/1989 
8/17/1989 
10/02/1989 
10/14/1989 
11/09/1989 



L38 
H90 
S92 
H90 



N S17 
N S17 
N 

N C60 
P 
N 

N S17 
N C60 
N 
E 
N D80 



S 2 12/15/1989 C 1 N 



CHH 1 12/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/01/1989 A 



3 N M70 
3 N M70 



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SEE CENSORSHIP 

BOOK PUBLISHERS 
SEE PUBLISHERS 

BOOKER CREEK APARTMENTS 

BOOKER CREEK RESIDENTS TRY DRYING OUT 

BOOKMOBILE 

REPORT URGES BOOKMOBILE FUNDING 

BOOKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 

SEE ALSO WRITERS, DURHAM 
BOOK LISTS HOME RESOURCES IN TRIANGLE 
STORY OF DURHAM IS COLORFUL CONTRIBUTION TO HISTORY 

BOOKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. PRESS 
SEE ALSO PUBLISHERS 
SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. PRESS 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, N.C. 

THE LATEST ON NORTH CAROLINA'S PAST 

N.C. MOUNTAIN BOOK "RINGS TRUE" 

STORIES OF A FAMILY ARE BRIDGES ACROSS DISTANCE AND TIME 

BOOKS, REVIEWS 

SEE REVIEWS, BOOKS 

BOOKSTORES, DURHAM 

DURHAM STORES EXPECT 'VERSES' IN 2-3 WEEKS 

BOOSTER CLUBS 

SEE ALSO SPORTS FANS 
SCHOOLS' ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUBS NOT RUSHING TO RELEASE AUDITS 
RAMS CLUB GIFTS AVERAGE $7.6 MILLION 

BOOTLEGGING 

SEE ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 
SEE DRUGS, SMUGGLING 
SEE MOONSHINE 

BOOTS 

THESE BOOTS WEREN'T MADE FOR WALKING 

BORIS GGDUNOV (OPERA) 

'GODUNOV': A RUSSIAN SENSE OF POWER AND HELPLESSNESS 

BORODIN TRIO 

THE BORODIN TRIO PLAYS ON CHAMBER ARTS SERIES SATURDAY AT DUKE 

PIANO TRIO DEMONSTRATES VIRTUOSITY 

NEW YEAR BEGINS WITH TWO DIVERSE, HIGtHJUALITY CONCERTS 

BO'S CAFE AMERICA 

ALL-AMERICAN CUISINE/BO'S CAFE AMERICA IN RALEIGH 

BOTANICAL GARDEN 

SEE N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 

BOTTLE BILL 

SEE RETURNABLE BOTTLES 

BOTTLE DEPOSIT 

SEE RETURNABLE BOTTLES 

BOTTLES 

SEE ALSO RETURNABLE BOTTLES 

'MINIBOTTLES' SHOWING UP MORE AND MORE 

SIMPLE AS ABC, SALES OF MINIBOTTLES ON THE RISE IN COUNTY 



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P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



CHH 1 7/18/1989 A 1 P N M20 
CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 3 N M25 



S 2 6/23/1989 A 6 P F G59 
H 2 7/30/1989 D 3 P U H45 



CHH 1 7/31/1989 A 3 P N 
H 2 11/26/1989 D 3 P R H45 
H 2 12/24/1989 E 4 D N W66 



H 2 2/24/1989 A 1 P N N36 



H 2 8/31/1989 A 12 N 
CHH 1 9/01/1989 A 1 N S17 



CHH 1 4/16/1989 A 3 P P L38 
H 2 1/06/1989 D 4 R L59 



H 2 1/13/1989 D 15 P P 
H 2 1/17/1989 B 1 R L59 
S 2 1/19/1989 D 3 R C58 



H 2 11/17/1989 D 10 P R D77 



S 2 6/28/1989 A 1 P N T77 
H 2 7/23/1989 B 1 N S22 



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BOULDER, COLORADO 

PUBLIC-fRIVATE GROUP PLANS SPRING JUNKET 
PUBLIC-PRIVATE'S DOUBLE STANDARD 

BOUNDARY DISPUTES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C., BOUNDARIES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., BOUNDARIES 

WOLF'S POND RESIDENTS HAY SOON KNOW WHAT COUNTY TO CALL HOC 

APPROVAL EXPECTED FOR BOUNDARY LINE 

ORANGE CO. DRAWS LINE WITH CHATHAM 

COUNCIL APPROVES ANNEXATION PACTS WITH NEIGHBORS 

DURHAM, NEIGHBORS SIGN BOUNDARY PACT 

BOUNDARY RULES GOOD 

BOUATER CAROLINA CORP. OF CATAWBA 

BOUATER INC. CONGRATULATES THE DURHAM SUN (AD) 

BOWIE STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
BOWIE KNIFES PAST EAGLES 

BOWL GAMES 

SEE COLLEGE BOWLS 

BOWLING 

AMATEUR BOWLING CLUB COMES TO DURHAM THIS MONTH 

DURHAM HOSTS 1ST NABI TOURNEY 

DURHAM BOWLER WINS NABI TOURNEY 

27 TROPHIES IN 15 YEARS AND HE'S STILL BOWLING AT 79 

AMATEUR BOWLING KEEPS ON ROLLING 

BOWLERS CELEBRATING 25TH YEAR OF FAMILY FUN 

HARRIS IS 'BOWLED OVER' BY HER WIN 

DAVIE, DYER EARN TOP HONORS 

NA BI 'DU RHAM DYNASTY' REIGNS 

FAYETTEVILLE WOMAN WINS WEEKEND'S 'SNOW BOWL' 

BURLINGTON MAN WINS NABI TOURNAMENT 

NABI BOWLING TOUR RETURNS TO DURHAM 

DURHAM'S HANKER BOWLS TO WIN IN NABI TOURNAMENT 

MCLAURIN CAPTURES BOWLING CHAMPIONSHIP 

DURHAM'S FAIRLANES HOSTS BOWLING TOURNAMENT 

SMITH, TYREN AWARDED LIFE MEMBERSHIP TO ASSOCIATION 

DURHAM BOWLERS DOMINATE 

BOWLERS TOUR ROLLS THROUGH 

WILDFIRE IS SPREADING FOR NABI 

BOWLERS SET OWN FIRREWORKS 

HEAT DOESN'T SLOW NABI BOWLERS 

NABI SETS NEW RECORD AT FAYETTEVILLE TOURNAMENT 

NABI BOWLERS KEEP ROLLING IN WINNINGS 

BURLINGTON'S COUNTRY CLUB LANES HOSTS NABI TOURNEY 

YOUNG PICKS UP Hi 000 FOR WINNING NABI TOURNEY 

DURHAM, CARY HOST LATEST NABI TOURNEYS 

NABI DRAWS OVER 6,000 ENTRANTS 

GREENSBORO HOSTS NABI BOWLING TOURNAMENT 

GREENSBORO HOSTS NABI TOURNEY 

BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

MEDICAL CAREER STUDY NEEDS FINANCIAL BOOST 

BOXING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BOXING CENTER 
SEE ALSO DURHAM BOXING CLUB 

BOXER FACES DEADLY WEAPON CHARGE 

ROBINSON A MAN OF GRACE AND MYSTERY 

DANNY FARRAR BRINGS 'GOLDEN AGE' BACK TO DUKE 

TYSON MAY BE TOO GOOD 

'BONECRUSHER' PLANS DURHAM BOUT 

'BONECRUSHER' TO 'SCRAP AT DAP' 

BATTLE LINES DRAWN FOR 'SCRAP AT THE DAP' 

BONECRUSHER BULLISH ON 'SCRAP IN THE DAP' 

FOR 'CRUSHER, DAP MAY LEAD TO 'IRON MIKE' 



CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 1 P N M70 
CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
H 

S 
S 



2/18/1989 A 

3/27/1989 A 

8/17/1989 A 

12/05/1989 C 

12/05/1989 C 

12/06/1989 A 



N M25 

N 

N 

N R63 
N C61 
E 



S 2 4/19/1989 G 3 A 
H 2 1/26/1989 D 1 N P75 



1/03/1989 B 
1/17/1989 D 
1/24/1989 D 
1/31/1989 B 
2/07/1989 D 
2/11/1989 C 
2/14/1989 B 
2/19/1989 C 
2/21/1989 B 
2/28/1989 D 
3/07/1989 
3/21/1989 
3/28/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/25/1989 
4/30/1989 
5/09/1989 B 
6/20/1989 D 
6/27/1989 D 
7/11/1989 D 
8/01/1989 D 
8/15/1989 D 
8/22/1989 B 
8/29/1989 C 
9/05/1989 B 
9/12/1989 B 
9/26/1989 B 
9/26/1989 B 
10/03/1989 D 



1/02/1989 B 
4/13/1989 C 
5/02/1989 
7/28/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/17/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/07/1989 B 
9/20/1989 D 



N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
F A76 
N A76 
N P38 
N A76 
N 

U A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N 

N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
N 
N A76 



S 2 5/09/1989 A 4 E 



N 

U D18 
N A76 
E 

N M88 
N 

N C49 
U D18 
U M88 



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HUGO KNOCKS OUT SMITH, JONES 

SCRAP AT THE DAP/ 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 

FORMER CHAMP TRAVERSES ANOTHER CROSSROADS 

'BONECRUSHER' GETS WIN, BUT FIGHT FANS LOSE 

'BONECRUSHER' POUNDS JONES IN DAP 

SMITH MAY COME BACK FOR ANOTHER DAP SCRAP 

BIG MONEY TARNISHES BOXING'S ACHIEVEMENTS 

BOY SCOUTS, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO CUB SCOUTS 
SEE ALSO EAGLE SCOUTS 

MAN'S SCOUTING LIFE SPANS SIX DECADES 

AFTER 63 YEARS, DURHAM SCOUT TROOP LIVES ON 

JAMBOREE-BOUND 

UNITED WAY OKS FOUR APPEALS 

UNIT AWARD 

SCOUT'S HONOR; AN OLD EAGLE CAMPS AGAIN 

BOY SCOUTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO EAGLE SCOUTS 
HARDLY A CAMPING TRIP, 'BUT IT PAYS OFF' 
THEY HAVEN'T EARNED BADG ES, BU T SCOUTS' PROJECT HAS MERIT 
SCOUT COUNCIL'S RECORDS SEIZED BY INVESTIGATORS 
BOY SCOUT GROUP PLANS INTERNAL INVESTIGATION 
GREENSBORO UNITED WAY MAY ASK AGENCY AUDITS AFTER BOY SCOUT PROBE 

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA 
SEE ALSO EAGLE SCOUTS 
TONTO'S HORSE NAMED AFTER BOY SCOUTS? 
DRUG-FREE BEST PREPARATION 

THE BOY TOY (BOOK) 

THEME OF LOLLYPOP BOOKS CONTINUES UNDER LEADERSHIP OF CAROLINA WREN... 
FORMER DURHAM TEACHER WRITES APPEALING BOOK FOR BEGINNING READERS 

BOYCOTTS 

ORANGE CO. GREENS ORGANIZE G.E. BOYCOTT 

G.E. BOYCOTT AFFIRMS GREEN VALUES 

'SOVIET FRONT GROUPS' SUPPORT INFACT 

BLACK LEGISLATORS TO BOYCOTT SESSION IN OLD SLAVE MART 

MARKET POOR CHOICE FOR STATE'S CELEBRATION 

MICHAUX: 30 WHITE LAWMAKERS JOIN FAYETTEVILLE BOYCOTT 

SOME LEGISLATORS PLAN TO SKIP FAYETTEVILLE CEREMONIAL SESSION 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY HOLDS CEREMONIAL SESSION IN FAYETTEVILLE 

TASTE AND GENTILITY STILL IN VOGUE 

BOYD'S AUTO SALES 

BOYD OLDS-PCNTIAC-BUICK (AD) 

BOYS' STATE (WAKE FOREST UNIV.) 

COUNTY STUDENTS TO BOYS STATE 

BRACEY'S MAIDS AND BUTLERS 

BAR AT RAMONA'S CAFE SERVES BUSINESS-STRAIGHT UP 

BRADLEES 

BRADLEES LAYS OFF HALF ITS EMPLOYEES AS IT PREPARES TO CLOSE ITS DOORS 
BUILDING-SUPPLY STORE IS PLANNED NEAR MALL 

BRADSHER INDUSTRIES 

GRANVILLE BOARD VOTES TO GIVE BUILDING PERMIT AFTER HEARING WARNING 

BRAGTOWN BRANCH LIBRARY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY, BRANCHES 
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9/22/1989 B 
9/29/1989 B 
9/29/1989 B 
9/29/1989 D 
9/30/1989 D 
9/30/1989 D 
9/30/1989 B 
9/30/1989 B 
11/29/1989 D 
12/09/1989 A 



4/22/1989 C 
5/24/1989 B 
7/24/1989 C 
8/16/1989 C 
8/22/1989 A 
10/01/1989 E 



CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 



1/15/1989 
1/15/1989 
3/05/1989 
3/06/1989 
3/17/1989 



N 
F C49 

F M88 
N A76 
N C49 
U M88 
U D18 
N A76 
N MSB 
E 



N S92 
N T77 
P T32 
N 

P C45 
F 



N L90 
N L90 
N 
N 
N 



H 1 3/07/1989 B 5 N 
S 2 8/09/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 


1/08/1989 D 


3 P U H45 


H 2 


5/07/1989 D 


3 P U H45 


CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


2/28/1989 A 


4 P U 


CHH 1 


3/30/1989 A 


4 L 


H 2 


4/01/1989 C 


1 P N L40 


S 2 


4/04/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


4/12/1989 C 


1 P N N36 


H 2 


4/13/1989 A 


13 N 


H 2 


4/14/1989 B 


5 N 


H 2 


7/23/1989 D 


5 U W09 



S 2 4/19/1989 H 5 D A 
H 2 6/12/1989 C 1 P P T44 
H 2 3/03/1989 C 2 P F K65 



H 2 1/14/1989 A 8 N C60 
S 2 6/14/1989 A 3 N M06 



H 1 10/03/1989 B 1 N T33 



S 2 5/01/1989 A 6 P P T44 



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POLICE LOG/GRINDERSWITCH BREAK-IN TRY CHARGES LODGED 

BRAIN DAMAGE 

ORANGE COUNTY UOHAN FILES SUIT AGAINST DOCTOR 
GRANT BOOSTS EFFORTS TO FIND EPILEPSY CURE 
NEIGHBORS ARGUE AGAINST HOME FOR BRA IK- DAMAGED 
DIRECTOR: GROUP HOHE CONCERNS UNFOUNDED 

BRAIN INJURIES 
SEE BRAIN DAMAGE 

BRAIN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ACOUSTIC BRAIN RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH 
STUDY OF EYE MOVEMENT MAY HELP UNLOCK SECRETS OF HOW BRAIN WORKS 

BRAIN SURGERY 

JONATHAN MAY SEE CHRISTMAS AT HOME 

BRAIN TUMOR 

SEE ALSO TUMORS 
BRAIN TUMOR PATIENT HAS LIFE EXPECTANCY DOUBLED 

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 
TUMOR PATIENT HAS SETBACK 

RADIATION STARTS SOON FOR LOLLAR— RECOVERING FROM BRAIN SURGERY 
ORANGE COUNTY WOMAN FILES SUIT AGAINST DOCTOR 
PNEUMONIA RETURNS LOLLAR TO INTENSIVE CARE 

BRAN 

SEE ALSO OATS 
THE 'NEW' BRANj RESEARCH INDICATES RICE MIGHT REDUCE CHOLESTEROL LEVELS 
GRAIN OF TRUTH/ARE CEREAL HEALTH CLAIMS VALID? WELL ...YES AND NO 

BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST CO., SALES AND EARNINGS 
BB&T REPORTS HIGH EARNINGS 

BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST CO. (PARKWAY PLAZA) 
BB&T PLAZA 



H 2 11/08/1989 C 1 N M51 



CHH 1 7/21/1989 A 3 N H90 

CHH 1 10/03/1989 A 3 P N S17 

H 2 10/31/1989 C 4 N R63 

H 2 11/01/1989 C 1 N R63 



H 


2 6/15/1989 B 


6 N 


H 


2 12/06/1989 C 


1 P N C60 


H 2 1/01/1989 C 
H 2 3/04/1989 A 
S 2 3/07/1989 A 
H 2 5/19/1989 C 
H 2 5/20/1989 C 
H 2 5/23/1989 C 
H 2 5/24/1989 C 
H 2 5/27/1989 C 
H 2 A/23/1989 C 
CHH 1 7/21/1989 A 
H 2 8/17/1989 A 


8 N 
1 P N C60 
1 P N B53 
1 P N C60 
1 N 
3 N 
1 N 
1 N C60 
3 N 
3 N H90 
10 N C60 


H 
H 


2 5/10/1989 B 
2 11/29/1989 B 


1 P F Zll 
1 D N Zll 


S 


2 1/13/1989 A 


5 N 


H 


2 11/19/1989 F 


1 P P T37 



BRAXTON CRAVEN SCHOLARSHIP 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. , SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 
SKINNER WINS CRAVEN AWARD FOR SCHOLARSHIP 

BRAZIL 

EIGHTH-GRADERS STUDY ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES 

POLICE'S TRAFFIC SOBRIETY TEST MOSTLY GREEK TO BRAZILIAN MOTORIST... 

BREAD 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
BAKERS OF A LOST ART; ADVENTURES IN BREAD MAKING 
BILL WOULD ALLOW SMALLER LOAF OF BREAD 
FOCUS ON BIGGER LOAVES 
LEGISLATORS PROPOSE TAX ON ILLEGAL DRUGS 
BILL ON CORPORAL PUNISHMENT BAN HIT BY AMENDMENT 
FRESH BREAD! 

BREAD FOR THE WORLD 

FEEDING PROGRAM ON SOLID FINANCIAL GROUND 



S 2 5/12/1989 C 14 N 



2 4/05/1989 B 5 P N S76 
2 10/01/1989 B 1 U N36 



2/22/1989 B 
3/12/1989 B 
3/16/1989 A 
3/31/1989 A 
4/07/1989 A 
8/18/1989 B 



PFZ11 

N 

E 

N 

N 
P P T37 



S 2 5/15/1989 C 1 N H65 



BREAKFAST 

THE BREAKFAST SPECIAL/AREA RESTAURANTS RECOUNT STRANGE CUSTOMER REQUESTS H 

BREAKFAST PROVIDES GOOD FUEL FOR LEARNING S 

BANK EXECUTIVE! SCHOOLS MUST STRESS 3 P'S S 



2 5/17/1989 B 1 P F S56 
2 11/01/1989 A 4 E 
2 11/09/1989 C 1 P N Yll 






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BREAKING AND ENTERING (CRIME) 

POLICE CHARGE KEN WITH BREAKING INTO NEWSPAPER RACK 

TWO TEENS CHARGED WITH LOUISBURG BREAK-IN 

MURDER SUSPECT CHARGED AGAIN 

BREAK-IN TRIAL SHACKLED BY LEG IRONS; JUDGE RULES MISTRIAL... 

INTRUDER SCARED AWAY BY AWAKENED RESIDENT 

2 LOUISBURG MEN FACE B4£ CHARGES 

FRANKLIN COUNTY DEPUTIES INVESTIGATE TWO BREAK-INS 

CRIME UP SLIGHTLY IN 1988, BUT BREAK-INS LESS FREQUENT 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

ROXBORO POLICE INVESTIGATING BREAK-IN AT STORE 

POLICE SURROUND MIDDLE SCHOOL TO ARREST BREAK- IN SUSPECT 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO HOUSE 

ESCAPEE CONFESSES TO 237 BREAK-INS 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO FOUR BUSINESSES 

'HUNGRY' WOMAN ROBS HER HOST 

MCNEIL FACES 121 BREAK-IN CHARGES 

POLICE TIE SILVER THEFTS TO MCNEIL 

SUSPECT ARRESTED AT STORE BREAK-IN 

DURHAM MAN SOUGHT IN FIVE COUNTIES ARRESTED NEAR OXFORD 

BURGLAR DRAWS 10-YEAR TERM 

ASSAULT ADDED TO BREAK-IN CHARGE 

POLICE SEEK INFORMATION ON OLD FARM BREAK-INS 

CAR DEALER LIKES DEPUTIES' FAST WORK 

PERSONAL RECORDS LEAD TO SUSPECT 

POLICE LOG/TWO TEENS CHARGED IN SCHOOL BREAK-IN (CORRECTED 3-12-89) 

POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN CHARGED IN JULY BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/POLICE NAB SUSPECT IN AREA BREAK-INS 

POLICE CHARGE MAN FOUND HIDING IN SCHOOL 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES FURTHER BREAK-IN CHARGES 

CORRECTION 

TEEN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN AT STORE 

POLICE LOG/SUSPECT NABBED IN JEWELRY STORE BREAK-IN 

18-YEAR-OD CHARGED WITH 10 BREAK-INS 

POLICE LOG/TEEN-AGER CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

TWO TEENS CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS 

DURHAM MAN HELD FOR BREAK-INS ESCAPES 

MAN CHARGED WITH HUNDREDS OF BREAK-INS ESCAPES AGAIN 

POLICE LOG/YOUTHS ARRESTED ON BREAK-IN CHARGES 

SUSPECT IN BREAK-INS STILL SOUGHT 

VICTIM OF BREAK-IN SAYS: 'MY CHILDREN ARE SCARED AT NIGHT' 

DEPUTIES ARREST MAN FOR BURGLARY, ASSAULT 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN, SEXUAL ASSAULT 

'COMMON DENOMINATOR' IN SERIES OF BREAK-INS GETS 20-YEAR SENTENCE 

MAN FOUND IN COLO. GETS 20 YEARS IN JAIL 

WHITE CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO OWN STORE 

WHITE DENIES BREAK-IN AT HAYTI STORE 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS BREAK-IN INFORMATION 

COURT DATE RESCHEDULED FOR NAT WHITE JR. 

WHERE'S WHITE? COURT NO SHOW... 

BREAK-IN SUSPECT CHARGED AFTER CHASE 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO HOUSE 

TWO CONVENIENCE STORES ARE ROBBED 

BREAK-INS DRAW 10-YEAR TERM 

FUGITIVE BREAK-IN SUSPECTS ARRESTED 

MCNEILL ARREST SPURS THEFT PROBE 

POLICE ARREST MAN IN STABBING 

BREAK-IN CHARGE AGAINST WHITE DROPPED 

MAN FACING 177 CHARGES PLACED UNDER $1 MILLION BOND 

POLICE LOG/APARTMENT, OFFICE BROKEN INTO 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES MULTIPLE CHARGES 

POLICE LOG/4 CHARGED WITH AUTO THEFT 

POLICE LOG/BREAK-INS REPORTED AT SEVERAL DURHAM CHURCHES 

POLICE LOG/TWO MEN ROB GOODWILL STORE 

JAILED WOMAN FACES 2ND BREAK-IN CHARGE 

BROAD ST. BUILDING BROKEN INTO 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE MAN IN BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH HIT-AND-RUN 

NOTHING MISSING AFTER JORDAN HIGH BREAK-IN 



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S 




I T 


N E 


E 




L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 2 


1/05/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 1 


1/06/1989 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 


1/07/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


1/07/1989 A 


1 


N H90 


H 2 


1/11/1989 C 


10 


N 


H 1 


1/11/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 1 


1/11/1989 C 


4 


N 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


H 2 


1/13/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 2 


1/17/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 2 


1/18/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 2 


1/24/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 2 


1/25/1989 A 


1 P N M51 


H 2 


1/29/1989 B 


3 


N 


S 2 


1/31/1989 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


2/01/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


S 2 


2/02/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 2 


2/06/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 2 


2/07/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/07/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


2/19/1989 B 


6 


N 


H 2 


2/19/1989 B 


6 


N 


S 2 


3/01/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 2 


3/03/1989 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 


3/07/1989 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


3/07/1989 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/09/1989 C 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


3/09/1989 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/11/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/20/1989 B 


6 


N 


CHH 1 


3/20/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/22/1989 C 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


2 


N 


H 2 


3/26/1989 B 


3 


N 


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 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


3/30/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


H 2 


3/30/1989 C 


1 


N H51 


S 2 


4/04/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 2 


4/05/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 2 


4/18/1989 B 


14 


N S82 


S 2 


4/18/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 2 


5/03/1989 A 


1 P N 


S 2 


5/03/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


5/16/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


6/06/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 2 


6/06/1989 C 


3 


N 


S 2 


6/13/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


6/14/1989 D 


12 


N 


H 2 


6/20/1989 B 


7 


N 


H 2 


6/26/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


6/26/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


S 2 


6/29/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 2 


7/11/1989 A 


1 


N S82 


S 2 


7/12/1989 B 


1 


N B53 


H 2 


7/13/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 2 


7/18/1989 C 


5 


N 


H 2 


7/23/1989 B 


3 


N M51 


H 2 


7/26/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 2 


7/27/1989 B 


7 


N M51 


H 2 


7/31/1989 B 


1 


N H51 


S 2 


8/03/1989 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 


8/04/1989 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


8/04/1989 C 


2 


N C47 


H 2 


8/06/1989 B 


12 


N 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJE 






POLICE LOG/CHARGES FOLLOW TWO BREAK-INS 

POLICE LOG/TWO MEN CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN BREAKS MUST SAVING HER PURSE 

HAN SENTENCED FOR ROLE IN THEFTS AT LAWYER'S HOME 

'PASSIVE' BREAK-IN PARTICIPANT DRAWS 3-YEAR, SUSPENDED TERM 

HAN SENTENCED FOR BREAK-INS 

BREAK-IN ARTIST GETS 51 YEARS 

HAN FACES ANOTHER 52 BREAK-IN CHARGES 

STOLEN PROPERTY FOUND IN HOHE 

BREAK-IN SUSPECT ARRESTED 

SEVERAL CITY BREAK-INS CLEARED; WOMAN ARRESTED 

POLICE LOG/MAN, 2 INTRUDERS EXCHANGE SHOTS 

BREAK-IN SUSPECT COO FACE SENTENCES OF 3,000 YEARS 

DURHAM COUPLE CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS AND THEFTS 

POLICE LOS/ARSON SUSPECT ARRESTED IN VIRGINIA 

51 NEW INDICTMENTS GIVE MAN 330 

POLICE LOG/DEPUTIES RECOVER ITEMS STOLEN IN BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED IN ARMED ROBBERY OF FAST FARE 

POLICE LOG/YELLING ROBBER TAKES $100 FROM HAT STORE 

TRAFFIC CITATION HELP POLICE FIND ♦20,000 IN STOLEN GOODS 

RECOVERED PROPERTY AWAITS OWNERS' CLAIMS 

POLICE LINK STOLEN GOODS TO SEVEN BREAK-INS 

DURHAM POLICE PREPARE MORE MOREHEAD HILL BREAK-IN CHARGES 

POLICE LOG/SHOOTING EX-OFFICER'S CAR CHARGED 

POLICE LOG/MAM FACES 2 CHARGES OF BURGLARY 

PAWNSHOP BREAK-IN BRINGS 6-YEAR TERM 

2 CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

MCNEILL BYPASSES HEARING ON BREAK-INS 

MAN GETS 48 YEARS IN BREAK-INS 

5TH HOME BREAK-IN 

BUSINESS BREAK-INS 

POLICE LOG/ARRESTS AT BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/GRINDERSWITCH BREAK-IN TRY CHARGES LODGED 

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

POLICE LOG/WOMAN FACES STOLEN CARD USE CHARGE 

CHARGES FILED IN RURAL BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/SPITTING ON OFFICER CALLED DEADLY WEAPON 

POLICE LOG/MAN STOPPED FOR BAD LIGHT, CHARGES FOLLOW 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN INJURED IN STRUGGLE WITH ASSAILANTS 

POLICE LOG/CAR KNOCKS DOWN DOOR OF DUPLEX 

POLICE LOG/SHOOTING CASE SUSPECT HELD ON '84 CHARGE 

BREAKING AND ENTERING, AUTOS 

4 CHAPEL HILL TEENS FACE BREAK-IN CHARGES 
POLICE LOG/HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS CHARGED 
THREE TEENS CHARGED AFTER AUTO BREAK-INS 
POLICE LOG/LOCAL MAN CHARGED IN AUTO BREAK-IN 

SNACK MAN STRIKES BACK, CHASES, NABS ACCUSED THIEF (CORRECTED 4-11-89) 

ARRESTED MAN GAVE FALSE NAME 

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR BATTERS SLEEPING WOMAN WITH BRICK 

POLICE LOG/AUTOS VANDALIZED AT FIVE HOMES IN NORTHGATE AREA 

POLICE LOG/THIEVES BREAK INTO FOUR CARS PARKED AT EMERALD FOREST APTS. 

POLICE LOG/5 ARRESTED IN AUTO BREAK-INS 

5 TEENS CHARGED WITH AUTO BREAK-INS 
POLICE LOG/RADIOS TAKEN MAN'S TWO AUTOS 

BREAST CANCER 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
SEE ALSO MAMMOGRAPHY 

BREAST CANCER STUDIES FOUND CONFLICTING 

UNC OPENS BREAST SCREENING CLINIC 

AN EXAM FOR LIFE: MONTHLY BREAST SCREENING CLINIC OPENS AT UNC 

RESEARCH INDICATES FEMALE HORMONES LINKED TO BREAST CANCER 

BREAST CANCER TREATMENT DEBATED 

LINKS BETWEEN PILL, BREAST CANCER QUESTIONED 

BREAST FEEDING 

SEE ALSO LA LECHE LEAGUE 
MOTHER'S MILK/BASICS TREND FOR BABY, TOO (CORRECTED) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 



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S 




I T 


N 


E E 




L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 8/09/1989 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 8/12/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 8/15/1989 B 


9 


N M51 


S 


2 8/15/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 8/16/1989 D 


5 


N 


CHH 1 8/16/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 8/17/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


S 


2 8/23/1989 B 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 8/27/1989 C 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 8/30/1989 C 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 8/30/1989 C 


2 


N M51 


H 


2 8/31/1989 C 


2 


N M51 


H 


2 9/06/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 9/07/1989 C 


2 


N M51 


H 


2 9/08/1989 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 9/19/1989 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 9/19/1989 B 


8 


N M51 


H 


2 9/25/1989 B 


5 


N M51 


H 


2 9/26/1989 A 


16 


N M51 


H 


2 9/26/1989 B 


1 P N M51 


S 


2 9/27/1989 B 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 9/28/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


S 


2 10/05/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 10/18/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 10/19/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 10/20/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 10/26/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 10/26/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 10/28/1989 C 


1 


NS82 


H 


2 10/30/1989 B 


7 


N M51 


H 


2 11/04/1989 C 


1 


N S22 


H 


2 11/05/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/08/1989 C 


1 


NM51 


H 


2 11/09/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/23/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


CHH 1 12/01/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


H 


2 12/03/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/06/1989 C 


1 


N C47 


H 


2 12/07/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/12/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/19/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 2/15/1989 C 


2 


N 


CHH 1 2/25/1989 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 2/28/1989 C 


2 


N 


CHH 1 3/18/1989 A 




N 


S 


2 4/05/1989 C 




N B53 


S 


2 4/11/1989 C 




N 


H 


2 8/21/1989 A 


13 


N M51 


H 


2 9/01/1989 C 




N N36 


H 


2 9/12/1989 C 




N N36 


H 


2 10/31/1989 C 




NM51 


S 


2 10/31/1989 C 




N B53 


H 


2 12/13/1989 C 




N N36 


H 


2 1/06/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/12/1989 C 


5 


N U80 


CHH 1 5/13/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


S 


2 8/23/1989 A 


8 


U 


CHH 1 10/07/1989 A 


3 


N D38 


CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 12/03/1989 E 


1 D N Zll 


H 


2 12/05/1989 A 


2 


N 



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INFORMATION CORRECTED 

BREATHALYZER TEST 

SEE ALSO BLOOD TESTS 

SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 

SEE ALSO HEALTH SCREENING PROGRAM 
DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE REMAINS BEST REMEDY 
2 DUIS WITHIN 48 HOURS, MAN HITS 3.8 IN BREATHALYZER TEST 
ASSESSMENT LAW TACKED ON DWI CONVICTIONS EFFECTIVE JAN. 1 
HEALTH CENTER PLANS FOR DWI-LAW CHANGE 

BREATHING LESSONS (BOOK) 

AN>£ TYLER DRAWS 'THE WORLD PLAIN IN ALL ITS SKEWED REALITY' 

BRECKENRIDGE 

1ST DURHAM HOMES MAKE DEBUT IN AFFORDABLE-HOUSING PROGRAM 

BRENDLE'S INC. 

POLICE, BRENDLE'S GIVING SAFETY SEAT 

BRIAN CENTER CORP. 

80-BED NURSING HOME APPROVED 

BRIAN SOUTH & CO. 

CITY COULD LOSE FUNDS IN CCB PACT 
STATE HELPS IN EDGEMONT REHABILITATION 

BRIBERY 

PROSECUTOR! BONDSMAN PAID BRIBE 

STATE PLAYS TAPES, RESTS CASE AGAINST BONDSMAN 

BONDSMAN REBUTS BRIBE TESTIMONY 

BONDSMAN SAYS SECURITY OFFICER SOLICITED BRIBE 

BONDSMAN RETURNS TO STAND IN OBSTRUCTION-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 

BRICK COMPANIES, N.C. 

N.C. BUSINESS BRIERY 

BRICKLAYERS 

BRICK BY BRICK 
BRICK-A-BR ACK 
BUILDING BETTER MAILBOX 
LAYING BRICKWORK 
HOT BLOCK 

BRIDGE TOURNAMENTS 

SEE ALSO FRIENDLY CITY SECTIONAL BRIDGE TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO GAfCS 
BRIDGE PLAYERS ENGAGE IN INTELLECTUAL COMBAT/THE SUN 100 YEARS 

BRIDGES, DURHAM 

NEW ELLERBEE CREEK BRIDGE APPROVED 

BUILDING BRIDGE CLOSES GLENN ROAD 

BRIDGE BREAK 

NEITHER RAIN, NOR SNOW... BUT LOW BRIDGES... 

BRIDGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HERBERT C. BONNER BRIDGE 
A BRIDGE COLLAPSES... 
NEW BRIDGE OVER ENO ON TOWN'S WISH LIST 
ON SCHEDULE AT CHICKEN BRIDGE 
STATE MAY FUND BRIDGE 

STATE DOT TO PICK UP TAB FOR ENO MOUNTAIN BRIDGE 
ENO BRIDGE OK LIKELY, DOT OFFICIAL SAYS 



D — DATE- 



S 
E 
C -fG 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



BYL 



H 2 12/11/1989 A 4 L 



S 2 3/25/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 3/28/1989 D 4 N 

H 2 12/01/1989 C 1 N S82 

S 2 12/21/1989 B 1 N H65 



H 2 1/29/1989 D 3 P U H45 

S 2 9/29/1989 C 1 N E33 

CHH 1 2/18/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 5/31/1989 C 1 N 



S 


2 


6/20/1989 A 


1 


N C61 


S 


2 10/14/1989 A 


1 


N C61 


s 


2 


8/08/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/10/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


8/10/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/11/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


8/11/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


8/12/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


8/14/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/15/1989 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/16/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/17/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


8/17/1989 B 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/18/1989 C 


1 P N S82 



H 2 1/24/1989 A 10 N 



H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 



3/03/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/18/1989 
6/10/1989 
7/25/1989 



3 P P K30 
5 P P L38 
2 P P L38 
2 P P S76 
1 P P K30 



S 2 2/21/1989 A 6 P F 659 



H 2 4/15/1989 C 
H 2 5/06/1989 B 
S 2 7/11/1989 C 
H 2 12/04/1989 C 


6 N 
3 N 
1 P P C45 
1 P P T32 


H 2 4/10/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/31/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/10/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/20/1989 A 


4 E A 
3 N H90 1 

3 P N M25 

1 N D38 

1 N W57 

1 P N W57 



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BRIDGES, U.S. 

A BRIDGE COLLAPSES... 

BRIDGING THE GAP 
SEE ADOLESCENCE 

SEE DURHAM JUNIOR CITY COUNCIL 
SEE PARENT EDUCATION 

BRIGGS AYE. (DURHAM, N.C.) 

BRIGGS AVENUE TRACT LISTED AS POSSIBLE BALL PARK SITE 

BRIGHT LEAF CIVITAN CLUB 

CIVITAN INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT IN DURHAM 

CITIZEN OF THE YEAR 

CIVITANS 

BRIGHT LEAF HOEDOUN 

BRIGHT LEAF HOEDOUN SET THIS WEEKEND 

BRIGHTLEAF MUSIC WORKSHOP 
SEE ALSO MUSIC 
POETRY AND MUSIC/TUESDAY TALK 

SINGER WHITING BRINGS WORKSHOP A PRO TOUCH/TUESDAY TALK 
AN ATMOSPHERE FOR JOY, A PLACE IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

BRIGHTLEAF SQUARE 

BRIGHTLEAF RESTAURANT CLOSES, MAY REOPEN SOON 
'ELIXIR OF LOVE' OPERA SET AT BRIGHTLEAF SQUARE 
MOONSHINE 'ELIXIR' SET FOR JUNE 
AN OPERA WITH LOCAL FLAVOR 
'THE ELIXIR OF LOVE' 

BRINGING UP BABY (FILM) 

THIS SUMMER, A 50-YEAR-OLD GEM HITS VIDEO STORES 

BRISTOL-NYERS CO. 

DUKE CANCER CENTER GETS $500,000 GRANT 
GRANT BOOSTS EFFORTS TO FIND EPILEPSY CURE 

BROAD STREET RESIDENTIAL CENTER 
SEE ALSO GROUP CARE HOMES 
SEE ALSO WILLIE M PROGRAMS 
DURHAM MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES GETS TAPPED BY STATE TO REFUND $800,000 

BROADWAY AT DUKE SERIES 

SEE DUKE UNIV., BROADWAY AT DUKE SERIES 

BROGDEN MIDDLE SCHOOL 

IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION SHOULD BE STUDIED, KEPT 

TWO PRINCIPALS CLASH OVER CURRICULUM PHILOSOPHY 

BROGDEN STUDENTS RESPOND TO DEATHS WITH SADD CHAPTER 

BACK FROM EUROPE 

BROGDEN LISTS HONOR ROLL 

FIRE FORCES EVACUATION OF SCHOOL 

OFFICIALS PROBE FIRE AT SCHOOL 

BROGDEN STUDENTS EARN HONORS 

POLICE LOG/BOY, 9, TREATED AFTER SHOT BY BB GUN 

BOXER WANTS TO KNOCK OUT DROPOUT RATE 

KAYOING DROPOUTS 

BROGDEN MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

BROGDEN SOFTBALL, FOOTBALL TEAMS CLAIM CHAMPIONSHIPS 

BROGDEN MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS, SOFTBALL 

BROGDEN SOFTBALL, FOOTBALL TEAMS CLAIM CHAMPIONSHIPS 

BROMA CORP. 

SOUL CITY PROJECT MAY ADD 1,300 JOBS 



H 2 4/10/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 4/27/1989 C 1 P N S69 



S 2 4/24/1989 C 3 P N 
S 2 9/15/1989 A 11 P P S73 
S 2 10/13/1989 B 5 P P R56 



H 1 9/21/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 2 7/25/1989 A 6 P U U15 
H 2 8/08/1989 A 6 P U W15 
H 2 8/31/1989 B 1 P F U15 



1/17/1989 A 
3/01/1989 B 
3/02/1989 D 
5/01/1989 A 
6/01/1989 B 



8 N 
7 P N 
4 P F 
4 E 

1 PF 



B71 
S56 



H 2 6/16/1989 D 4 R L59 



S 2 5/15/1989 C 
CHH 1 10/03/1989 A 



10 N 
3 P N S17 



H 2 8/30/1989 A 1 N C60 



s 

H 
H 
H 

s 

s 
s 
s 

H 
H 
S 


2 1/30/1989 A 
2 2/10/1989 C 
2 4/13/1989 C 
2 4/13/1989 C 
2 5/09/1989 A 
2 5/10/1989 B 
2 5/11/1989 C 
2 7/19/1989 C 
2 9/04/1989 A 
2 12/13/1989 C 
2 12/13/1989 B 


4 E 

1 N J40 

2 N 

2 P P S76 
12 N 
1 N 
1 N 

5 N 

12 N M51 
1 P N C47 
1 P N Yll 


S 


2 11/07/1989 D 


4 P N A76 


S 


2 11/07/1989 D 


4 P N A76 


S 


2 2/14/1989 A 


1 H N M06 



BROOKSTONE APARTMENTS 



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CHAPEL HILLS A TOWN IN A FULL-COURT PRESS/SUNDAY FOCUS 
TOW GROWTH LAWSUIT SETTLED 
ZONING HEARING PLANNED 

BROTHER'S KEEPER, SISTER'S CHILD (BOOK) 

INDEPENDENT-MINDED SINGLE WOMAN'S ROLE DEPICTED IN CONTEMPORARY NOVEL 

BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL 

INAUGURATION; BAND FROM RALEIGH HIGH SCHOOL WILL REPRESENT N.C.... 

BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

KNIGHTS' SECOND-HALF SURGE HOWS DOWN BROUGHTON, 21-0 

BROWN AND WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CO. 

TRIAL TO BEGIN IN $90 MILLION LW SUIT 

L4M LAWSUIT FOR GENERIC CIGARETTES GETS UNDER WAY 

LIGGETT PRESIDENT DEY TESTIFIES RIVAL FIRM STOLE TRADEMARK 

LiM CEO TO GIVE MORE TESTIMONY 

DEY! RIVAL COMPANY TRIED TO RUIN LiM 

LIGGETT PRESIDENT CLAIMS 'SURVIVAL' IN ANSWERING B&W'S COUNTERCHARGES 

BROWN-BAGGING 

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

BROWN-LOVING 

APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SENIOR CITIZENS PLANNED IN BUTNER 

BROWN WATER TREATMENT PLANT 

SEE INFINITY ROAD WATER TREATMENT PLANT 

BROWNING FERRIS INDUSTRIES INC. 

SEE ALSO BIO-MED SERVICES CORPORATION 
GRAWILLE BOARD WILL HOLD PUBLIC HEARING FEB. 20 ON COUNTYWIDE ZONING... H 
PITTSBORO WON'T COURT MEDICAL WASTE COMPANY CHH 1 

PITTSBORO WASTE BURNER NOT PLANNED — BIO-MED MGR. CHH 1 

BROYHILL ENSEMBLE 

BROYHILL ENSEMBLE TO GIVE DUKE CONCERT 
ENCOUNTERS' GROUP JUST KEPT PLAYING 



CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 1 P N M70 
CHH 1 3/01/1989 A 1 N M70 
CHH 1 7/08/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 11/05/1989 D 10 P R H45 



H 1 1/18/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 11/11/1989 D 3 P N B40 



H 


2 


7/11/1989 B 


1 


N Bll 


S 


2 


7/11/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


7/12/1989 C 


1 


N Bll 


S 


2 


7/12/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


7/13/1989 C 


1 P N Bll 


H 


2 


7/14/1989 C 


1 


N Bll 



H 1 5/05/1989 C 1 N T33 



1 



2/07/1989 C 
5/24/1989 A 
6/22/1989 A 



2 2/25/1989 C 
2 3/03/1989 D 



1 N H60 
1 N M25 
1 N M2S 



4 N 
3 N 



BRUEGGER'S BAGEL BAKERY 

BAGEL SHOP TAKING CANNED GOODS 

BRUNSWICK STEW 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
ALL IN A STEW 

BUBBLES 

BUBBLING OVER WITH DISCOVERIES 
BUBBLE MAN 
GIGANTIC BUBBLES 
WHAT HAVE I CREATED? 
MAKE 'EM OR BREAK 'EM 

BUCKHORN JOCKEY LOT AND FARMER'S MARKET 
TO MARKET, TO MARKET TO BUY... 

BUCKVAUGHN ENTERPRISES 

DEVELOPERS SEEK RETAIL, OFFICE PERMIT 

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 

BUDAPEST SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

BUDAPEST SYMPHONY ON WAY TO CHAPEL HILL 

BUDAPEST ORCHESTRA CHARMS AUDIENCE WITH LYRICAL SOUND 

BUDAPEST SYMPHONY GIVES NOT ONE, BUT TWO FINE CONCERTS 

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA 



CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 9 P P L38 



CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
CHH 1 



4/09/1989 
4/17/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/27/1989 
7/18/1989 



3 P P T44 
1 P P C45 
8 P P T37 
1 P P K30 
3 P P L38 



CHH 1 5/29/1989 A 3 P N H90 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1/31/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/08/1989 
6/27/1989 
6/28/1989 



CHH 1 2/06/1989 A 
H 2 2/16/1989 C 
S 2 2/16/1989 D 



5 

12 

5 



N C62 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 



N 
R L59 

R C58 



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THIS ART FROM BUENOS AIRES JUST LIKE REST OF EUROPE'S 

BUILDERS FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. (ROCKY MOUNT) 
OAK VALUE PARTNERS TO PROFIT FROM SALE OF THRIFT 

BUILDING CODE, VIOLATIONS 

OXFORD BOARD BLASTS CONTRACTORS OVER SHODDY WORK 
HOUSING CODE EHBARASSHENT CONCERNS COUNCIL 
uatson-bcrden: HOUSING CODE VIOLATORS HUMILIATED 
BLANTON PROPOSES FINES FOR HOUSING-CODE VIOLATORS 
CARRKJRO DROPS TOUNHOUSE UNIT FROM LAWSUIT 
OWNER CRITICIZES CARRBORO ACTION IN TOUNHOUSE SUIT 

BUILDING CODES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM DEPT. OF INSPECTION SERVICES 

SEE ALSO HIGH-RISES 

SEE ALSO HOUSING CODE 

SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANKS, ORANGE COUNTY 

GOODWILL EXEC SLAMS COUNCIL OVER BUILDING REGULATIONS 

ADVISORY PANEL FAVORS BUILDING HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS 

HOUSING CODE EMBARASSHENT CONCERNS COUNCIL 

STRAYHORN PROBLEMS A MISTAKE, PLANNING DEPARTMENT INDICATES 

PLANNING DEPARTMENT CONSIDERS CHANGES 

SAY SO LONG TO KROGER 

BOARD APPROVES FIRST SUBDIVISION IN TRANSITION AREA 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO HOME IMPROVEMENT 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOUSING CONSTRUCTION, COSTS 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO N.C. HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO SCAFFOLDING 

SEE ALSO SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTION 

CENTRAL CITY CLOGGING 

GRAPPLING WITH STEEL 

BUILDING DEMAND STRONG IN CAROLINAS 

CONSTRUCTION DOWN IN 1988 

BUILDING PACE 2ND TO CHARLOTTE 

CONSTRUCTION IN FOURTH QUARTER OF 1988 DECLINES ONE PERCENT/BENCH MARK 

BAD WEATHER DELAYS CONSTRUCTION IN TRIANGLE) WORKERS LOSE WAGES 

HOUSING DIP TIED TO SLOWED GROWTH IN TRIANGLE EMPLOYMENT-CONSULTANT 

SLUMP IN OFFICE CONSTRUCTION COULD END, SAYS CHICAGO TITLE/THE BENCHMARK 

CITY CONSTRUCTION VALUE 3RD IN STATE 

RAINS DELAY COMPLETION OF *7 MILLION TRAVEL PLAZA NEAR GRAHAM 

DURHAM COUNTY RANKS 3RD IN BUILDING PERMITS 

CRANE FARM 

FEB. BUILDING PACE RISES IN DURHAM 

NEW CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS STRENGTHEN AFTER DECLINES 

SKY SCULPTURE 

DURHAM TAKES N.C. LEAD IN BUILDING PERMITS VALUE 

BEAM BALANCED 

COUNTY REVIEWS BUILDING PLAN, BOND 

PUT IT RIGHT ... HERE! 

HANG 'EM HIGH 

VALUE OF DURHAM BUILDING PERMITS SLIPS 

ON THE BEAM 

ON TOP OF THE JOB 

TOP-10 DURHAM DROPS IN NEW CONSTRUCTION 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, THEFT 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY. DURHAM 
THOUSANDS IN MATERIALS TAKEN FROM GLAXO CONSTRUCTION SITE 
POLICE LOG/GLAXO CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS STOLEN 
ARREST MADE IN JUNE 13 BANK ROBBERY/POLICE LOG 



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2 1/22/1989 D 6 N C47 



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



A/15/1989 
8/25/1989 
8/26/1989 
8/30/1989 
11/14/1989 
11/20/1989 



2/15/1989 
8/10/1989 
8/25/1989 
9/15/1989 
9/15/1989 
9/16/1989 
11/23/1989 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
S 2 



1/01/1989 C 
1/15/1989 B 
1/22/1989 F 
1/30/1989 A 
2/14/1989 B 
3/05/1989 F 
3/12/1989 B 
3/17/1989 A 
3/26/1989 
4/01/1989 
4/08/1989 
4/10/1989 
4/16/1989 
5/04/1989 
5/07/1989 
6/05/1989 
6/27/1989 
7/17/1989 
7/18/1989 
7/20/1989 
7/21/1989 
7/26/1989 B 
8/10/1989 C 
8/11/1989 C 
9/02/1989 A 



S 2 10/03/1989 C 
H 2 10/04/1989 A 
H 2 10/05/1989 C 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

16 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



N T33 
NR63 
NC61 
N C61 
N C62 
N C62 



N S69 
N R63 
N R63 
N M20 
N M20 
E 
N C62 



P M66 
P S73 
N 

N M70 
N B53 
N 

N 046 
N C47 
N 

N M06 
N H60 
N M06 
P M66 
N M06 
N 

P S73 

N M06 

P C45 

N H65 

P L38 

L38 

M06 

S73 

S73 

S92 



1 

12 

2 



N B53 
N N36 
N M51 



BUILDING CONTRACTORS 



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12/31/1989 



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SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO BUILDING DEVELOPERS 

SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO CONTRACTS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., CONTRACT BIDDING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C., CONTRACT BIDDING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL CONTRACTS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO MINORITY CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO PAVING CONTRACTORS 

IRS PROBES CONSTRUCTION IN TRIANGLE 

DURHAM BUILDERS DODGE PAYROLL TAX 

OXFORD BOARD BLASTS CONTRACTORS OVER SHODDY WORK 

CONTRACTORS UNAWARE OF TAX RULES 

SOME CONTRACTORS RUNNING AFOUL OF TAX LAWS, IRS INVESTIGATION FINDS 

BUILDING DEVELOPERS 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.Cj, HOUSING 
SEE ALSO COASTAL DEVEU3PMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, MAJOR PROJECTS ORDINANCE 
SEE ALSO HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF DURHAM AND CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO IMPACT FEES 
SEE ALSO SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTION 
CARRBORO TO CONSIDER RATING DEVELOPMENTS 
PROPOSED MAJOR-PROJECTS ORDINANCE CAUSES STIR 

ORANGE COUNTY MAY REPLACE DEVELOPER'S FEE WITH NEW TAX 

DEVELOPERS CUT THEATERS FROM COMPLEX PLANS 

STATE COMMISSION DENIES DEVELOPER'S POWER REQUEST 

DEVELOPERS SEEK RETAIL, OFFICE PERMIT 

COMMISSIOCRS LIKELY TO ADOPT COURTESY REVIEW 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS RIGHTS OF DEVELOPERS 

DEVELOPERS SEE ORDINANCE AS 'PLOT' (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-10-89) 

FOES OF MAJOR-PROJECTS ORDINANCE MAY HELP REVISE IT 

DEVELOPERS TO GET HELP BY COMPUTER 

HILLSBOROUGH PLANERS BLAST TOWN BOARD 

NO ARBITRARY RULINGS 

LACK OF SEWAGE CAPACITY STYMIES PLAN FOR HOUSES 

TOWN COUNCIL OKS COURTESY REVIEW PLAN 

RULES TO BLAME FOR HOME COSTS, DEVELOPER SAYS 

HOUSING.' AESTHETICS VS. COST? 

RALEIGH BUILDER EYES HILLSBOROUGH 

T IGHTE R BUILDING RULES IN THE WORKS; PLAN WOULD GIVE CHAPEL HILL... 

BUFFERS WOULD PROTECT LAND, DEVELOPER SAYS 

HILLSBOROUGH STAFF WANTS REVIEW POWER 

TOWN BOARD TO MULL CHANGE IN SITE PLAN REVIEW 

SITE PLAN ALTERNATIVES CONSIDERED 

BUILDERS, DEVELOPERS TAKE DIM VIEW OF IMPACT TAX 

TOWN MAY SEEK LIMIT ON BUILDING 

TEXAS HOME-BUILDING FIRM LEAVING TRIANGLE MARKET 

BUILDER! DEVELOPMENT A SHARED RESPONSIBILITY (CORRECTED 4-9-89) 

CITY SHOULD BALANCE IMPACT FEES AND TAXES 

BUILDERS' REALISM AID IN FIXING PROPER FEES 

HACKNEY TO MUX 'STOP WORK' REQUEST 

CITY WANTS SOME CHANGES IN IMPACT FEES 

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

DURHAM ACTIVISTS, OFFICIALS UNITED AGAINST ZONING BILL 

ZONING FREEZE BILL IS CALLED 'BIG BOY LEGISLATION' 

TRADE GROUP SUPPORTS GROWTH 

DEVELOPERS FORM PRO-GROWTH ADVOCATE GROUP 

GROUP SUING GOFORTH 

AFFORDABLE HOMES, BY DEVELOPER SOUTH, WILL RISE AGAIN 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN TO HEAR FROM TWO DEVELOPERS AGAIN 

LEGISLATURE RATIFIES TREE BILL 

DURHAM HOME MARKET HAVING SOME PROBLEMS OF DIGESTION (CORRECTED 7-4-89) 

DEVELOPERS, NEIGHBORS DIFFER ON LIMITATIONS 

BUILDERS MAY ESCAPE 'DOUBLE JEOPARDY' 

LYNCHING THE DEVELOPERS 

6 DEVELOPER REQUESTS REJECTED IN FINAL REVIEW OF IMPACT-FEE ORDINANCE 



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2 


5/15/1989 A 


I N M06 


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2 


6/14/1989 A 


1 N M06 


H 


1 


6/15/1989 C 


L N T33 


s 


2 


6/15/1989 A 1 


N M06 


H 


2 


6/16/1989 C ; 


! N 



CHH 1 


1/03/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


H 2 


1/06/1989 C 


1 


N S69 


CHH 1 


1/10/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


1/28/1989 A 


1 


N M25 


CHH 1 


1/31/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


2/06/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


H 2 


2/09/1989 A 


1 


N S69 


S 2 


2/09/1989 A 


1 


N H70 


H 2 


2/10/1989 A 


1 


N S69 


H 2 


2/10/1989 C 


1 


N P41 


CHH 1 


2/10/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


H 2 


2/13/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


2/15/1989 D 


9 


N A54 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


2/19/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


2/23/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


2/24/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


3/02/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


3/04/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/13/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/15/1989 A 


3 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/29/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


3/30/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


S 2 


3/30/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


4/05/1989 A 


1 


N H70 


S 2 


4/08/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 2 


4/19/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


S 2 


4/21/1989 A 


13 


N M06 


H 2 


5/05/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 2 


5/05/1989 A 


1 


N S69 


H 1 


5/10/1989 C 


1 t 


' N L40 


S 2 


5/24/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


H 2 


5/25/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


6/16/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


H 2 


6/23/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


6/27/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


6/29/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


7/02/1989 F 


1 P N C47 


S 2 


7/12/1989 A 


1 


N C61 


S 2 


7/13/1989 A 


1 


N C61 


H 2 


8/25/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


9/01/1989 C 


1 


N R63 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



DEVELOPERS SAY FEES HAY BACKFIRE, HURT GROWTH 
DEVELOPER WANTS TO SAVE EXISTING RIGHTS 

BUILDING INSPECTION 

CHAPEL HILL INSPECTORS HAY HELP CARRBORO 
BUILDING INSPECTORS TO WORK FOR CARRBORO 
HOSPITAL DESIGN ACTION UNCERTAIN 

BUILDING PERMITS, DURHAM 

DURHAM 2ND IN STATE IN BUILDING PERMITS 



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9/01/1989 C 
9/27/1989 A 



S 

BUILDING PACE 2ND TO CHARLOTTE S 
CITY OF DURHAM BUCKS TRIANGLE TREND BY INCREASING SINGLE-FAMILY PERMITS H 

PLANNED BUILDING DIPS SHARPLY IN DURHAM S 

CITY CONSTRUCTION VALUE 3RD IN STATE S 

CITY PERMITS FOR BUILDING SLIPS IN 1988 H 

DURHAM COUNTY RANKS 3RD IN BUILDING PERMITS S 

FEB. BUILDING PACE RISES IN DURHAM S 

DURHAM 4TH IN PERMITS FOR BUILDING S 
CITY'S FIRST-QUARTER BUILDING PERMITS SLIP AT LEAST 24 PERCENT FROM 1988 H 

DURHAM TAKES N.C. LEAD IN BUILDING PERMITS VALUE S 

DURHAM TOPS ALL N.C. CITIES IN VALUE OF BUILDING PERMITS H 

STUDY OTHER BONES H 

VALUE OF DURHAM BUILDING PERMITS SLIPS S 

TOP-10 DURHAM DROPS IN NEW CONSTRUCTION S 

CITY REBOUNDS IN CONSTRUCTION S 

BUILDING INDICATORS MIXED/ JOBLESSNESS UP S 

AUGUST CONSTRUCTION LESS THAN LAST YEAR H 

DURHAM SECOND IN BUILDING PERMITS S 

DURHAM STILL 2ND IN BUILDING PERMITS S 

BUILDING PERMITS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 

SEE ALSO SPECIAL USE PERMIT 

THE BENCH HARK/1988 CONSTRUCTION IN N.C. DOWN FOR FIRST NINE MONTHS H 

DURHAM 2ND IN STATE IN BUILDING PERMITS S 

BUILDING PACE 2ND TO CHARLOTTE S 
Cm OF DURHAM BUCKS TRIANGLE TREND BY INCREASING SINGLE-f AMILY PERMITS H 

HOUSING DIP TIED TO SLOWED GROWTH IN TRIANGLE EMPLOYMENT— CONSULTANT H 

PLANNED BUILDING DIPS SHARPLY IN DURHAM S 

CITY CONSTRUCTION VALUE 3RD IN STATE S 
DESIGN FOR VETERANS' HOSPITAL PARKING STRUCTURE COMPLETED/THE BENCH HARK H 

FEB. BUILDING PACE RISES IN DURHAM S 

N.C. BUILDING ACTIVITY FALLS 17.1 PERCENT FROH YEAR AGO/THE BENCH HARK H 

TAR HEEL CONSTRUCTION FOR APRIL RISES 5.2 PERCENT OVER 1988 H 

TOP-10 DURHAM DROPS IN NEW CONSTRUCTION S 

CITY REBOUNDS IN CONSTRUCTION S 

STATE'S BUILDING ACTIVITY UP 21.8 PERCENT IN JULY H 

BUILDING IN STATE DOWN 7.3 PERCENT FOR AUGUST H 

CONSTRUCTION UNDER WAY IN VANCE VALUED AT MORE THAN $50 MILLION H 

BUILDING PERMITS, ORANGE COUNTY 
CONSTRUCTION DOWN IN 1988 
CARRBORO BUILDING SLOWING 

HEARING, VOTE SCHEDULED FOR TWO CARRBORO PERMITS 
TOWN'S RAPID BUILDING BOOH OF EARLY '80S HITS BRAKES 



1/21/1989 A 
2/14/1989 B 
3/05/1989 D 
3/17/1989 A 
4/01/1989 A 
4/02/1989 B 
4/10/1989 A 
5/04/1989 C 
6/02/1989 C 
6/04/1989 B 
6/27/1989 A 
6/28/1989 B 
6/30/1989 A 
7/26/1989 B 
9/02/1989 A 
9/30/1989 A 
10/31/1989 C 
11/01/1989 C 
12/06/1989 A 
12/28/1989 A 



1/01/1989 F 
1/21/1989 A 
2/14/1989 B 
3/05/1989 D 
3/17/1989 A 
3/17/1989 A 
4/01/1989 A 
4/02/1989 F 
5/04/1989 C 
5/14/1989 F 
7/02/1989 F 
9/02/1989 A 
9/30/1989 A 
10/01/1989 " 
11/05/1989 



1 12/12/1989 



CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/02/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/15/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/17/1989 A 



BUILDING PERMITS, U.S. 

DODGE SAYS CONSTRUCTION IMPROVED DURING APRIL/THE BENCH MARK H 2 6/11/1989 F 

NEW CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS IN U.S. RISE 2 PERCENT IN JULY/THE BENCH MARK H 2 9/03/1989 E 



N C61 
N C61 



CHH 1 6/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/28/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/07/1989 A 



1 N H70 
3 N 
3 P N C62 



1 
1 
1 
6 
16 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



N S78 
N B53 
N P41 
NS78 
N M06 
N 

N H06 
N H06 
N C61 
N R63 
N M06 
N 
E 

N H06 
N S92 
N S78 
N Yll 
N S22 
N E33 
NE33 



N 

N S78 
N B53 
N P41 
N C47 
N S78 
N H06 
N 

N M06 
N 
N 

N S92 
N S78 
N 
U 
N H60 



1 N M70 
1 C N C62 
1 N C62 
1 P N M70 



1 N 
19 N 



BULL CITY BICYCLES 

BIKING BOOM GETS BIGGER AND BIGGER 

BULL CITY BLUES 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO MUSIC 

RENAISSANCE BLUESHANj LIGHTNIN' WELLS ON BLUES REVIVAL 

DURHAM GETS THE BLUES — AGAIN 

BULL DURHAM BLUES STEPPING OUT WITH SEPTEMBER FESTIVAL 

DURHAM GETS THE BLUES - AGAIN 



S 2 10/17/1989 B 4 P N M06 



2 7/28/1989 D 

2 8/23/1989 B 

2 8/24/1989 A 

2 9/14/1989 D 



9 P F M60 
1 P N B71 
6 P F W66 
4 P F B71 



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FESTIVAL PULLS TOGETHER A BLUES NATION AT DAP 
LIGHTNING STOPS BLUES PEST OPENING 
FEST CALLED BEST EVER; BLUES CONCERT EYES 1990 
FEST CALLED BEST EVER; BLUES CONCERT EYES 1990 
FESTIVALS ATTRACT FANS 

BULL CITY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 
EAGLES' SENIORS SEEKING SWEEP IN BULL CITY CLASSIC 

BULL CITY SERTOMA CLUB 

SEE ALSO DURHAM SERTONA CLUB 
SERVICE AWARD WINNERS 

CLUB REPLACES MONEY TAKEN FROM RAPE CRISIS IN ROBBERY 
CIVIC CLUB, WALKERS SHOW DURHAM CARES 

BULL DURHAM (FILM) 

ANOTHER YEAR NOTED 

'CLOWN PRINCE OF BASEBALL' BECOMES A STAR 

GAME FOR GUESSING? 11TH ANNUAL MOVIE BUFF CONTEST 

DO MOVIE ROLES AND BASEBALL MIX? NOT FOR PART Of BULL DURHAM CAST 

TWO 'CRASH' HRS BEGAN ALL-STAR RUN 

DURHAM GETS A LOOK AT 'LAURENCE' 

BULL DURHAM DELI 

LUNCH ON THE LOOP; YOU CAN'T SAY THERE'S NO PLACE TO EAT DOWNTOWN 

BULLDOZER 

HIGH-fRICED LADDER 

BUMPASS MOTORS (ROXBORO, N.C.) 

1989 DAKOTA; BUMPASS CHRYSLER MOTORS (AD) 

BUMPER STICKERS 

PANE L TO AIR BILL TO CURB OBSCENE BUMPER STICKERS 

COMMITTEE FAVORS OUTLAWING OF OBSCENE BUMPER STICKERS 

BUMPER STICKER BILL BLOW AGAINST LIBERTY 

COMMITTEE OKS BAN OF OBSCENE BUMPER STICKERS 

SENATOR FINDS BUMPER STICKER DEBATE CAN GET STICKY 

SAY NO TO THE OBSCENITIES: BUMPER STICKERS NO PLACE FOR FREEDOM TO... 

NAUGHTY WORDS ARE UNDER FIRE IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

SENATE VOTES TO OUTLAW OBSCENE BUMPER STICKERS 

BOTH PLOTT HOUNDS AND BILL ARE HOWLING SUCCESSES 

D.A. FOX BLASTS BILL TARGETING BUMPER STICKERS 

LEGISLATURE PLAYS 'TRIVIAL PURSUIT' 

FOX GIVES LEGISLATORS LESSON ON CONSTITUTION 

COMMITTEE OKS BILL TO BAN 'DIAL-A-PORN' OUTLETS IN N.C. 

THIN ICE AND MORALITY BILLS 

DON'T BLAME ANYONE? 

OBSCENE BUMPER STICKER BAN STUCK IN N.C. HOUSE 

BUNCOMBE COUNTY, N.C. 

AN IDEA WORTH WATCHING 

BURCH AVENUE 

HOME RENOVATION FOCUS OF DURHAM FUND-RAISER 

BUREAUCRACY, N.C. 

BLOAT OF BUREAUCRACY; DURHAM'S HOUSING REHAB HAS STATE'S WORST RECORD 

BUREAUCRACY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 
AIRPORT WOES? BLAME BUREAUCRATS 

BURGER KING (FRANKLIN ST., CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
FOR THE WHALES 

BURGER KING (1200 WEST CLUB BLVD.) 

GROUP STAGES PROTEST OF PLAN FOR SUB-MINIMUM TRAINING PAY 

BURGLARY 



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9/15/1989 D 
9/16/1989 C 
9/22/1989 C 
9/22/1989 C 
9/25/1989 A 



8 P F ZU 
1 N N36 
1 N S92 
1 N B85 
4 E 



S 2 12/09/1989 B 1 P U P52 



H 2 3/11/1989 C 6 P P S73 
H 2 3/13/1989 B 1 N P38 
S 2 3/14/1989 A 4 E 



1/05/1989 
2/08/1989 
3/02/1989 
5/14/1989 
7/18/1989 
11/13/1989 



F B71 

F 659 
F B71 
N C52 
F P75 
U U66 



H 2 3/27/1989 A 6 P F Zll 
H 2 5/13/1989 C 3 P P L38 
S 2 4/19/1989 F 7 P A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 



1/20/1989 B 

3/30/1989 B 

4/03/1989 A 

4/05/1989 D 

4/06/1989 B 

4/11/1989 A 

4/11/1989 

4/18/1989 

4/19/1989 

4/19/1989 

4/20/1989 

4/20/1989 

4/26/1989 

5/03/1989 

5/08/1989 

6/12/1989 



4 
3 

4 

11 

3 

4 

5 
16 

9 

1 

4 

4 
49 

4 

4 

1 I 



Oil 



R63 



CHH 1 7/07/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 2/27/1989 A 1 N 

H 2 5/12/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 1/01/1989 D 4 E 

CHH 1 6/12/1989 A 3 P P T44 

H 2 3/30/1989 C 1 P N C47 



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SEE ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ROBBERY, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ROBBERY, N.C. 

BURGLARY RING 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM 
POLICE SAY ARRESTS OF SIX SOLVE 17 ARMED ROBBERIES 
POLICE SAY ARRESTS TO SOLVE 17 HEISTS 

BURIALS 

SEE FUNERALS 

BURKINA FASO 

DUKE GRADUATE STUDENT SEEKS TO REFOREST AFRICAN HOMELAND 

BURLINGTON, N.C, ANNEXATION 

CITY OF BURLINGTON GROWS BY 2 1/2 SQUARE MILES AND 737 PEOPLE 

BURLINGTON, N.C, BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
BURLINGTON TO DECIDE FEB. 21 ON REMOVING PEDESTRIAN MALL 
RETAIL RANGE WAR; SHAKE HANDS AND COME OUT SELLING AT THE SOUND 
BURLINGTON REMOVING MAIN STREET MALL 

BURLINGTON, N.C- CHRISTMAS PARADE 

IN SEPTEMBER, SOME BURLINGTON FOLKS THINKING CHRISTMAS 
CHRISTMAS PARADE TODAY IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON, N.C , CITY EMPLOYEES 

BURLINGTON EMPLOYEES HELPED 12 NEEDY FAMILIES 

BURLINGTON, N.C, DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT 

BURLINGTON TO DECIDE FEB. 21 ON REMOVING PEDESTRIAN MALL 
GROUP PLANNING TO RENOVATE NINE-STORY BURLINGTON BUILDING 
BURLINGTON REMOVING MAIN STREET HALL 

BURLINGTON, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 
BURLINGTON MAYOR AND TWO COUNCILMEN RUNNING UNOPPOSED 
POLITICKING SLOW IN ALAMANCE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 

BURLINGTON, N.C, GARBAGE COLLECTION 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, LANDFILL 
BURLINGTON TO START RECYCLING PROGRAM 

BURLINGTON, N.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, BUSINESSES 
♦15 MILLION EXPANSION PLANNED AT ALAMANCE PLANT 

BURLINGTON, N.C, LANDFILL 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, LANDFILL 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, GARBAGE COLLECTION 
BURLINGTON TO START RECYCLING PROGRAM 

BURLINGTON, N.C, LOCAL OPTION ELECTION 
SEE BURLINGTON, N.C, ELECTIONS 

BURLINGTON, N.C, LOOP ROAD 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL OUTLINES PLAN FOR INNER LOOP 

BURLINGTON, N.C, MAYOR'S OFFICE 

BURLINGTON MAYOR AND TWO COUNCILMEN RUNNING UNOPPOSED 

BURLINGTON, N.C, PARKS 

BURLINGTON NAMES PARKS FOR RECREATION PIONEERS 

BURLINGTON, N.C, STREETS 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL OUTLINES PLAN FOR INNER LOOP 



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



H 2 3/21/1989 C 1 N M51 
S 2 3/21/1989 C 1 N B53 



H 2 3/03/1989 C 7 P N DBO 
H 1 11/02/1989 B 1 N H60 



H 1 1/21/1989 B 1 N H60 

OF... H 2 3/28/1989 B 1 P N T33 

H 1 8/03/1989 C 1 P N H60 



H 1 9/20/1989 C 1 N KAO 
H 1 11/18/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 1 12/29/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 1 1/21/1989 B 1 N HAO 
H 1 3/08/1989 C 1 N H60 
H 1 8/03/1989 C 1 P N H60 



H 1 8/05/1989 B 1 N H60 
H 1 9/29/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 1 8/01/1989 B 1 N H60 

H 1 6/07/1989 C 1 N HAO 

H 1 8/01/1989 B 1 N H60 

H 1 2/09/1989 C 1 N T35 

H 1 8/05/1989 B 1 N H60 

H 1 12/22/1989 C 1 N HAO 

H 1 2/09/1989 C 1 N T35 



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SEE BURLINGTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 

BURLINGTON ATHLETIC STADIUM 

INDIANS PRESENT A TRADITIONAL, FOLKSY GAME/BASEBALL IN BURLINGTON 



BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL OUTLINES PLAN FOR INNER LOOP 
BURLINGTON VOTES TO FURTHER RESTRICT CRUISING 
CITY OF BURLINGTON GROWS BY 2 1/2 SQUARE MILES AND 737 PEOPLE 
BURLINGTON NAMES PARKS FOR RECREATION PIONEERS 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C. , ELECTIONS 
POLITICAL ACTIVITY LIGHT SO FAR FOR ALAMANCE MUNICIPAL OFFICES 
BURLINGTON MAYOR AND TWO COUNCILMEN RUNNING UNOPPOSED 

BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOLS, TEACHERS 

BURLINGTON TEACHERS FAVOR KEEPING CAREER LADDER PLAN 

BURLINGTON INDIANS 

INDIANS PRESENT A TRADITIONAL, FOLKSY GAME/BASEBALL IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES 

BURLINGTON PUSHES EARLY PRENATAL CARE/BABIES AT RISK 
COAL POWER PLANT TO BE BUILT IN VA. 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES, SALES AND EARNINGS 
BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES REPORTS NET LOSS 

BURLINGTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 

ALAMANCE OFFICIALS CLOSE IN ON CASH TO EXTEND RUNWAY 

BURLINGTON POLICE DEPT. 

UNDERCOVER PROBE IN ALAMANCE RESULTS IN 123 DRUG CHARGES 

BURLINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT ACCREDITO 

ALAMANCE LAW AGENCIES GET SHARE OF CONFISCATED DRUG MONEY 

BURLINGTON RECREATION COMMISSION 

BURLINGTON EASTER EGG HUNTS SCHEDULED SATURDAY 
BURLINGTON NAMES PARKS FOR RECREATION PIONEERS 

BURLINGTON TOWN COUNCIL 

SEE BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL 

BURMA 

TWO CITIES, TWO MEN, ONE WAR STORY 
CHARTING THE NAMES 

BURN CENTER, N.C. JAYCEES 
SEE ALSO N.C. JAYCEES 
SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

FRAT GETS PERMIT FOR BURN BENEFIT 

BIKINIS, BURNOUT AND BOYS 

FLUSHED INTO HIDING 

ASSAULT OCCURS DURING ANNUAL BURNOUT BASH 

'ASSAULT' NEAR BURNOUT CALLED RAPE 

RAPE INVESTIGATION ON HOLD BECAUSE VICTIM WON'T TALK 

MOST BURN ACCIDENTS PREVENTABLE, CENTER DIRECTOR SAYS 

BURN UNIT DIRECTOR BACKS HACKNEY BILL TO REGULATE WATER HEAT 



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H 2 7/27/1989 D 1 P U MB8 



BURLINGTON CAROUSEL FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO CAROUSELS 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
BURLINGTON CAROUSEL FESTIVAL PLANS ANNOUNCED H 

CAROUSEL FESTIVAL ENTERTAINERS ANNOUNCED H 

ANNUAL CAROUSEL FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD SATURDAY AND SUNDAY IN BURLINGTON H 

BURLINGTON CHRISTMAS PARADE 

SEE BURLINGTON, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 



6/24/1989 C 
8/23/1989 C 
9/14/1989 C 



N H60 
N H60 



1 P N H60 



H 1 2/09/1989 C 1 N T3S 

H 1 4/05/1989 C 1 N T35 

H 1 11/02/1989 B 1 N H60 

H 1 12/22/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 1 7/21/1989 C 1 
H 1 8/05/1989 B 1 



H 2 3/27/1989 B 1 
H 2 7/27/1989 D 1 



CHH 1 5/20/1989 A 1 
S 2 8/18/1989 A 1 



H 2 1/19/1989 A 14 
H 1 10/19/1989 C 1 



H 1 3/11/1989 C 1 
H 1 4/11/1989 C 1 
H 1 9/09/1989 C 1 



H 1 3/22/1989 C 1 
H 1 12/22/1989 C 1 



N H60 
N H60 


N 


P U M88 


Q S17 
N S78 


N 


N H60 


P N H60 
N H60 
N H60 


N H60 
N H60 



H 2 


6/04/1989 E 


2 U H49 


H 2 


6/22/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


3/10/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/01/1989 A 


1 P P K30 


CHH 1 


4/02/1989 A 


7 P P K30 


CHH 1 


4/04/1989 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 


4/06/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


7/03/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


7/18/1989 A 


3 N L90 



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BURN LOU (HAY) 

DUKE STUDENTS TO PERFORM BUTNER PATIENT'S PLAYS 

BURN VICTIMS 

WORKER BURNED AT HOSPITAL 

WOMAN BURNED ON HEAD, CHEST 

MOST BURN ACCIDENTS PREVENTABLE, CENTER DIRECTOR SAYS 

MAN DOUSED WITH GAS, SET AFIRE 

BURNING PERMITS 

SEE ALSO FIRES, DURHAM 
LEAF BURNING FULL OF FALL CHARM, BUT IT IS ILLEGAL UNDER CITY LAWS 

BURNOUT 

SEE ALSO STRESS 

BURNOUT AMONG YOUNG MEMBERS LOWERS THREAT TO POWERFUL LEGISLATORS 
DOCTORS OFTEN NEED SPECIALIZED DOCTORING 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME 

BURROUGHS-WELLCOME DRUG FOUND TO HALT OR REDUCE HERPES 

RTP COMPANY SELECTS DEPARTMENT VP 

TESTING BILL GETS MIXED REACTION AT RTP 

RTP SCIENTIST: CONSUMERS TO PAY RISING AIDS COSTS 

AIDS VIRUS SHOWN TO RESIST AZTi TEST OF BURROUGHS WELLCOME DRUG... 

SENATE FAILS TO EXTEND AZT PROGRAM 

U.S. SCIENTISTS CLAIM IMPROVED DRUG FOR AIDS 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO YHCA RECEIVES A WELLCOME GIFT 

AIDS ACTIVISTS ARRESTED IN RTP 

4 ACTIVISTS STORM BURROUGHS WELLCOME IN PROTEST OVER COST OF AIDS DRUG 

LINKING THREE NEWS ITEMS 

DRUG COMPANY NO BULLY 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME TO DROP CHARGES AGAINST AIDS ACTIVISTS 

AZT COST PROTESTERS HAVE CASES DISMISSED 

HOLCOMBE PROMOTED TO GENERAL COUNSEL 

RTP FIRM GIVES SCHOLARSHIP TO N.Y. COLLEGE 

ENDOWMENT HONORS MS. ELION 

HITCHINGS HONOR HELPS RED CROSS 

RED CROSS, COLLEGE TO GET HITCHINGS GIFTS 

RED CROSS CENTER NAMED IN HONOR OF GEORGE HITCHINGS 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME DONATES PORTRAIT, $25,000 TO MERCURY 7 FOUNDATION 

7 PRIVATE INCINERATORS BURN NUCLEAR WASTE 

BUSINESS GROUP CITES BURROUGHS 

RTP FIRM URGES SELF-EXAMS TO FIGHT SEXUAL DISEASES 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME DRUG GETS LIMITED FDA APPROVAL 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME PREEMIE DRUG GETS EARLY FDA GO-AHEAD 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME CO. STOCK SOARS ON SUCCESS 

COMPANY SET TO MEET UPPED DEMAND FOR ACT 

AMERICANS' BILL FOR AZT COULD SURPASS $2 BILLION 

HIS DISCOVERY OF ACT DRUG PAYING OFF— BUT NOT FOR HIM 

ACT MAY BE COST-EFFECTIVE 

MORE AIDS TESTING NEEDED 

COMPANY INTRODUCES IT FIRST ANTIDEPRESSANT DRUG 

GROUPS URGE BURROUGHS WELLCOME TO CUT PRICE OF AZT 

IS BURROUGHS WELLCOHE'S AIDS DRUG OVERPRICED OR A BARGAIN? 

GROUPS PRESS DRUG COMPANY TO CUT PRICE OF AIDS MEDICINE 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME, AZT PROFITS UNDER FIRE 

VOLUNTEERS RECEIVE GIFT FROM WELLCOME 

AZT COST REDUCED BY 20X 

SLURS ON ACT PRICE CUT UNDESERVED— NOBELIST 

HOPE'S ONLY MESSENGER 

ACT-MAKER DESERVES PRAISE, NOT CRITICISM 

AIDS DRUG TO BE MADE AS SYRUP 

AIDS CHILDREN TO GET FREE ACT 

BURROUGHS TO GIVE FREE ACT TO CHILDREN 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME UNVEILS PLANS FOR DISTRIBUTING AZT TO CHILDREN 

DUKE PEDIATRIC RESEARCHERS CHEER FDA DECISION TO EXPAND ACT USE 

BURROUGHS, GLAXO TO MARKET 2 DRUGS 



H 2 1/12/1989 B 2 N D80 



H 2 1/27/1989 B 4 N 

H 2 5/09/1989 C 7 N 

CHH 1 7/03/1989 A 3 P N L90 

H 2 9/14/1989 C 3 N 



S 2 11/06/1989 C 1 N B53 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

CHH 1 
S 2 



CHH 1 



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



CHH 1 
H 2 



1/03/1989 C 1 P N 
3/10/1989 B 1 P F G59 



1/12/1989 
2/07/1989 
2/17/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/15/1989 
3/18/1989 
3/22/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/25/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/29/1989 
5/01/1989 
5/04/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/21/1989 
6/09/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/11/1989 B 
6/12/1989 A 
6/13/1989 C 
6/17/1989 A 
6/25/1989 A 
6/29/1989 C 
7/22/1989 B 
7/26/1989 A 
7/27/1989 
8/19/1989 
8/19/1989 
8/21/1989 
8/22/1989 
8/23/1989 
8/23/1989 
8/23/1989 
8/31/1989 
9/02/1989 
9/06/1989 
9/16/1989 
9/16/1989 
9/19/1989 
9/20/1989 
9/21/1989 
9/21/1989 
10/05/1989 
10/26/1989 
10/26/1989 
10/27/1989 
10/27/1989 
12/14/1989 



N 

N RBO 

N K65 

N M06 

N K65 

N 

N 

N S17 

N 

N C47 

E 

E 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N K65 

N L90 

N K65 

N 

N K65 

N 

N C60 

N C60 

N 

N 

N 

E 

J 

N K65 

N 

N 

N K65 

N 

N 

N K65 

N K65 

E 

E 

N C61 

N 

N HAS 

N K65 

N C60 

N 



BURROUGHS WELLCOME, CEO 



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BURROUGHS WELLCOME CHIEF IN U.S. SAYS CAREER CHANGE 'WORKED OUT... HELL' H 2 12/12/1989 C 1 P N K65 



BURROUGHS WELLCOME, EMPLOYEES 

BURROUGHS UELLCOHE NAMES EXECUTIVE VP 
BURROUGHS PROMOTES 14 

BURROUGHS UELLCOHE, SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS 

SCHOLARSHIPS GO TO SIX WHO HAVE SHOWN GRIT IN ADVERSITY 

BURROUGHS UELLCOHE FUND 

WELLCOME FUND GIVING DUKE $250,000 FOR PROFESSORSHIP 
BURROUGHS WELLCOME GIFT TO FUND DUKE PEDIATRICS 

BURTHEY FUNERAL SERVICE 

BURTHEY FUNERAL SERVICE (AD) 

BURTON SCHOOL 

BURTON BEAUTY 

CENTER PROVES SPORTS, ACADEMICS BOTH FUN 

BUS DRIVERS 

SEE ACCIDENTS, BUSES 
SEE DURHAM, N.C, BUSES 
SEE SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 

BUS RODEO 

BRONCO-BUSTING DRIVERS COMPETE IN BUS RODEO 

BUS SAFETY 

SEE ACCIDENTS, BUSES 

SEE ACCIDENTS, SCHOOL BUSES 

BUS SCHEDULES 

SEE DURHAM, N.C., BUS SCHEDULES 

BUS SHELTERS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., BUSES 
DURHAM TO HIRE FIRM TO RUN BUSES 
DURHAM TO HIRE FIRM TO RUN BUSES 

BUS STATION 

SEE DURHAM UNION BUS STATION 

BUS SYSTEM, N.C. 
SEE BUSES, N.C. 

BUSES, DURHAM 

SEE DURHAM, N.C, BUSES 

BUSES, N.C. 

TRANSIT IDEA WORRIES CAB OWNER 

BUSH CREEK SUBDIVISION 

BUSH CREEK SKETCHES GET BOARD'S OK 

BUSH INSTITUTE FOR CHILD AND FAMILY POLICY 
SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL BUSH INSTITUTE 

BUSINESS CONSULTING GROUP 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 
SMALL BUSINESSES UANTED BY DUKE STUDENT CONSULTANTS 

BUSINESS EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS EXECUTIVES 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

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

SCHOOLS GOING TO BUSINESS 'CLASSES' 

TIES UITH BUSINESS DOUBLE-EDGED, KENAN CONVOCATION SPEAKER WARNS 



5/06/1989 B 
8/28/1989 A 



4 P N K65 

7 N 



H 2 6/16/1989 C 2 P N 



2/24/1989 C 
3/01/1989 A 



14 N D80 
9 N 



S 2 4/19/1989 E 7 P A 



4/15/1989 C 
4/25/1989 C 



16 P P T32 
4 P N A76 



CHH 1 5/01/1989 A 3 P N M25 



2 11/11/1989 A 
2 11/11/1989 A 



1 P N C61 
1 P N E33 



CHH 1 12/28/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/22/1989 A 



3 P N S17 
3 N 



H 2 8/09/1989 D 5 N 



CHH 1 5/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/21/1989 A 



3 N C62 
3 P N S17 



BUSINESS ETHICS 



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SEE ALSO CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 
PROFESSOR CALLS CORPORATE 'ETHICS' LACKING 

BUSINESS EXECUTIVES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, BUSINESSES 
BUSINESS SCHOOL TO OPEN PROGRAM FOR EXECUTIVES 
MOST CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS DON'T USE PERSONAL COMPUTERS 

BUSINESS INCUBATORS 

SEE SMALL BUSINESS INCUBATOR 

BUSINESS LAW 

SEE ALSO N.C, LAWS 
SENATE OKS REWRITE OF CORPORATE LAWS 
N.C. CORPORATE LAW OVERHAUL ENACTED 
miller: NEW CORPORATIONS ACT MAY LURE BUSINESSES TO N.C. 

BUSINESS SCHOOLS 

SEE BUSINESS EDUCATION 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



CHH 1 3/20/1989 A 3 N S17 



CHH 1 
H 2 



1/12/1989 A 
3/12/1989 D 



5 P N 

6 N 



2 3/05/1989 A 
2 6/09/1989 A 
2 4/27/1989 A 



14 

14 
5 



N 
N 
J Oil 



BUSINESSES, BLACK-OWNED 
SEE BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

BUSINESSES. CHAPEL HILL 

SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BUSINESSES 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, SMALL 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, SALES 

SEE ALSO COUNCIL FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CHAIN 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BUSINESS VOLUNTEER COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO ENTREPRENEURIALSHIP 

SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 

SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO PRIVATE SECTOR INITIATIVE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC-PRIVATE COOPERATIVE VENTURES 

SEE ALSO RETAIL SALES 

SEE ALSO RETAIL SALES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE AREA BUSINESS SURVEY 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMIN. BUREAU OF BUS. 

BUSINESS BRIEFING/'86 TAX ACT HAD 879 PAGES; BILL TO CORRECT ERRORS... 

THE BENCH MARK/1988 CONSTRUCTION IN N.C. DOWN FOR FIRST NINE MONTHS 

A STITCH IN TIME 

HAWKINS TO CHAIR SAVINGS BOND CAMPAIGN 

BUSINESS BRIEFING/TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX SHOWS DECLINE FOR NOVEMBER... 

BENCH MARK/INSTITUTIONAL CONSTRUCTION IN U.S. TO CONTINUE TO BE STRONG.. 

FUQUA STUDENTS TO HOST CONFERENCE ON INTERNATIONAL SERVICES IN THE '90S 

BUSINESS BRIEFING/VILLAGE BANK IN NORTHGATE TO HAVE SATURDAY BANKING 

THE BENCH HARK/NUMBER OF FORECLOSURES UP AND LIKELY TO RISE HIGHER 

ENTREPRENEURIAL CONFERENCE TO BE AT DUKE 

BUSINESS BRIEFING/DURHAM COMPANY'S SOFTWARE MATCHES BUSINESSES, WORKERS 

THE BENCH MARK/VIDEO EXPLORES COOPERATION IN BUILDING AFFORDABLE HOUSING 

MITSUBISHI SETS DURHAM EXPANSION 

YOUR NON-VERBAL LANGUAGE MAY SAY THE MOST ABOUT YOU/BUSINESS BRIEFING 

AVERAGE PRICE OF HOME UP 9X AND OUTPACING INFLATION IN '88/BENCH MARK 

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OFFERS JOB TRAINING, BARGAINS AT NEW STORE... 

AMERICAN AIRLINES' PROFITS SOAR 

EMPLOYERS TAKING THEIR TIME WHEN IT COMES TO HIRING/BUSINESS BRIEFING 

HOME OWNER DESIRES INCLUDE 4 BEDROOMS, 2 1/2 BATHS/THE BENCH MARK 

GUESS ROAD DELAYS RILE RETAILERS 

EFFECTIVE EXECUTIVE SERIES BEGINS FEB. 14 

BUILDING OWNERS AND MANAGERS ELECT NEW OFFICERS 

HILL SPEAKER FOR FINANCIAL PLANNERS GROUP 

MERCHANTS GROUP HONORS FREEMAN/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 



SERVICES 



H 


2 


1/01/1989 D 


8 N 


H 


2 


1/01/1989 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


1/05/1989 B 


1 P P A47 


S 


2 


1/07/1989 A 


3 N 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 D 


6 N 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 F 


1 DN 


S 


2 


1/14/1989 A 


9 P N 


H 


2 


1/15/1989 D 


6 N 


H 


2 


1/15/1989 F 


1 D N 


S 


2 


1/21/1989 A 


9 P N 


H 


2 


1/22/1989 D 


6 N 


H 


2 


1/22/1989 F 


1 D N 


S 


2 


1/28/1989 A 


9 P N 


H 


2 


1/29/1989 D 


6 N 


H 


2 


1/29/1989 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


2/02/1989 C 


1 P N A54 


S 


2 


2/04/1989 A 


2 P N 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 D 


6 N 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 F 


1 N 


S 


2 


2/06/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 


2/06/1989 A 


10 N 


s 


2 


2/07/1989 B 


6 N 


s 


2 


2/08/1989 A 


6 N 


s 


2 


2/11/1989 A 


8 P N 



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CCB TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX SHOWS RISE FOR DECEMBER/BUSINESS BRIEFING 

MERRILL LYNCH INDEX REVEALS TOP 10 HOME-BUYING MARKETS/THE BENCH MARK 

GEORGIA PACIFIC OFFICIAL TO SPEAK/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 

DURHAM COUGHS UP TONS OF TOXINS 

PROGRAM BRINGS TOGETHER BLACK EXECUTIVES, STUDENTS/BUSINESS BRIEFING 

•BILL PAYING SERVICE GUARANTEED TO IMPROVE ANY MARRIAGE' 

SURVEY INDICATES HOME PRICES LOWEST IN SOUTH LAST YEAR/THE BENCH MARK 

9TH STREET LANDLORD, LAUNDROMAT OWNER WORKS ONLY UNTIL 3 A.M. SINCE... 

NCNB TO BEGIN WORK ON WOODCROFT BRANCH 

FORTUNE MAGAZINE PUBLISHER TO SPEAK/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 

REVENUE SERVICE WILL ANSWER TAXING QUESTIONS THIS WEEKEND 

CHAMBER SELECTS KALKHOF FOR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM/THE BENCH MARK 

ROADWAY EXPRESS PRESENTS AWARDS/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 

N.C. REVERSES TRADE IMBALANCE IN 1988 WITH EXPORT INCREASE 

CONSTRUCTION IN FOURTH QUARTER OF 1988 DECLINES ONE PERCENT/BENCH MARK 

WEST SIDE STUDIO WINS DESIGN AWARDS 

MERCHANTS ON THIN ICE, HOPE DEEP FREEZE ENDS 

ROSE'S DISPLAYS LIST Of N.C. MANUFACTURERS/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 

MOST CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS DON'T USE PERSONAL COMPUTERS 

NUMBER OF U.S. HOUSEHOLDERS OWNING OWN HOME STILL SLIPPING/THE BENCHMARK 

RETIRED EXECUTIVES TO HOLD SEMINAR 

ORIENTAL EXPRESS) JAPANESE LEAVE BUSINESS TRACKS IN TRIANGLE 

N.C. COMPANIES PUT FOOT IN WIDENING DOOR OF JAPANESE MARKET 

RETIREES ARE SWELLING RANKS OF TEMPORARY WORKERS ARMY/BUSINESS BRIEFING 

HE IMPORTS CRAFTS FRESH FROM ANDES 

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

BOATERS ACROSS COUNTRY FACE SINKIN6 SUPPLY OF DOCK SPACE/THE BENCH MARK 

EAST MEETS WEST IN NORTH (CAROLINA)i EACH HAS LOT TO LEARN ABOUT OTHER 

COLLECTIVISM, INDIVIDUALISM BUMP 

NINTH ST. - NEIGHBORHOOD WITHIN A CITY FACES CHANGE 

AVONDALE PLAZA GETS tt-MILLION EXPANSION 

MORRIS NAMED BUILDER OF THE YEAR 

JAPANESE DIVE INTO U.S. LIFE/RISING SUN IN CAROLINA 

KONA MOVING HEADQUARTERS TO DURHAM 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX UP 0.3X/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 

DURHAM HERALD COMPANY'S KASPAR NAMED TO NCNB BOARD/BUSINESS BRIEFING 

SLUMP IN OFFICE CONSTRUCTION COULD END, SAYS CHICAGO TITLE/THE BENCHMARK H 

professionals share job-hunting tips/the sun business index s 

souvenir sales track basketball fortunes h 

south american executives offer inflation-survival tips h 

ninth street will get commercial mail center s 

ncsu offe rs 4 durham seminars/the sun business index s 

irs offers last-minute advice to help filers pay the price h 

gap between 1988, 1989 construction is widening/the bench mark h 

miller building corp. will construct drug store s 
shefte corp. is recognized for tornado volunteer work/business briefing h 

triangle business index shows slight drop s 

triangle business index slips 0.3 percent during february h 

month after merger, sales up 43x for fonville morisey h 

durham hotel open for business s 

airport offers noise hotline s 

ciba-geigy completes project in research triangle park h 

extension service has course on home-buying economics/the bench mark h 

survey: labor market in Durham 'inadequate' s 

survey ranks city service to customers as worst s 

glaxo employees volunteer 9,000 hours/the sun business index s 

march unemployment rates for n.c. down from year ago h 

new construction contracts strengthen after declines h 

banquet honors n.c. chemist s 

public service co. declares profit/the sun business index s 

food, lodging businesses having sellout weekend h 

♦16.3 million in federal money to be available to esc in n.c. h 

triangle business index down/the sun business index s 

triangle economy looking solid for first part of 1989 h 

typical house sale takes jut short of four months/the bench mark h 

small business owners honored by chamber h 

chamber's 1988 honoree alexander also tops in state h 

bankers attend oxford seminar/the sun business index s 
businesses owned by women growing in number, revenue/business briefing h 

textile chemists announce winners/the sun business index s 



E 
D 

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



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S 
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I T 
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L P BYL 



2/12/1989 

2/12/1989 

2/18/1989 

2/19/1989 

2/19/1989 

2/19/1989 

2/19/1989 

2/20/1989 B 

2/20/1989 B 

2/25/1989 A 

2/26/1989 D 

2/26/1989 F 

3/04/1989 B 

3/05/1989 D 

3/05/1989 F 

3/06/1989 B 

3/10/1989 C 

3/11/1989 A 

3/12/1989 D 

3/12/1989 F 

3/18/1989 B 

3/19/1989 A 

3/19/1989 

3/19/1989 

3/19/1989 

3/19/1989 

3/19/1989 

3/20/1989 

3/20/1989 

3/20/1989 

3/20/1989 

3/20/1989 

3/21/1989 

3/21/1989 

3/25/1989 

3/26/1989 

3/26/1989 

4/01/1989 

4/02/1989 

4/02/1989 

4/03/1989 

4/08/1989 

4/09/1989 

4/09/1989 

4/15/1989 

4/16/1989 

4/22/1989 

4/23/1989 

4/23/1989 

4/24/1989 

4/29/1989 

4/30/1989 

4/30/1989 

5/02/1989 

5/03/1989 

5/06/1989 

5/07/1989 

5/07/1989 

5/08/1989 

5/13/1989 

5/14/1989 B 

5/14/1989 D 

5/20/1989 A 

5/21/1989 D 



5/21/1989 
5/25/1989 
5/25/1989 
5/27/1989 
5/28/1989 
6/03/1989 



6 
1 
3 
1 
6 
6 
1 
1 
6 
9 
6 
13 
6 
6 
1 
6 
1 
3 
6 
1 
6 
1 
1 
6 
6 
1 
1 

1 P 
1 P 
6 P 
1 P 
8 

1 P 
8 

10 P 
6 
1 
3 

2 P 
6 

1 

3 P 
6 

1 

1 

6 

2 

6 

1 

8 

3 

6 

1 

1 

1 

3 

6 

1 

3 

3 P 

1 

6 

3 

6 

1 

1 P 

1 P 

3 

6 

9 P 



N 

N 

N 

N C60 

N 

N C47 

N 

N P38 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 046 

N 

N 

N 

N 

Q 

Q 

N 

N C47 

Q S56 



C60 
C60 



Q N36 

Q N36 

Q S56 

N S92 

N 

Q N36 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N C47 

N 

N M06 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M06 

N H65 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S69 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N C47 

N C47 

N 

N 

N 



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1/01/1989 



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12/31/1989 



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N 
P 

COMPUTER COMPANY OFFERS HAND-HELD ELECTRONIC BIBLE H 
N.C. FUNERAL DIRECTORS WILL GATHER IN DURHAM JUNE 19-22/BUSINESS INDEX S 

LENDERS CITE 'LOAN PHOBIA' AS U.S. CONSUMER PROBLEM/BUSINESS BRIEFING H 

GTE PRESENTS SCHOLARSHIPS TO CHILDREN OF EMPLOYEES S 

SURVEYS REGIONAL SALES HIRING TO EXCEED NATIONAL AVERAGE H 

3 DURHAM CONTRACTORS IN TOP 152/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX S 

SUMMER WEDDINGS CAN BRING REORDERING OF FINANCIAL DUTIES H 

ENTREPRENEURIAL COUNCIL POSTS 31X MEMBERSHIP INCREASE S 

N.Y. FIRM MAY MOVE TO RTP H 

THREE CHEMISTS EARN 50-YEAR CERTIFICATES/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX S 

LOANS TO HELP SMALL BUSINESS AVAILABLE FROM STATE DIVISION H 

NEWSPAPER RECEIVES MERIT AWARD S 

MAY FIGURES SHOW 86 COUNTIES ARE NEAR FULL EMPLOYMENT H 

GUARANTY STATE BANK INCREASES EARNINGS/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX S 

COMPANY TO SERVE BUSINESSES OPERATING IN FOREIGN MARKETS H 

AUDIO VISUAL SERVICES INC. EXPANDS/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX S 

SOVIET ENTREPRENEURS TO VISIT TAR HEEL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES H 

EXHIBITION, TRADE SHOW SET; BILLED AS CITY'S LARGEST H 

HOME SiL NET INCOME DOWN/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX S 

CCB TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX DOWN 0.1 PERCENT FOR MAY H 
WOMEN IN MANAGEMENT ELECTS COMING YEAR'S OFFICERS/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX S 

SCIENCE AND RESEARCH CENTER OFFERS ON-LINE DATABASE SERVICE H 

THREE GTE DIVISIONS TO RELOCATE OUT OF STATE H 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX DIPS 0.1X/TKE SUN BUSINESS INDEX S 

RECENT SURVEY SHOWS TRIANGLE SECRETARIES EARN t9.94 AN HOUR H 

CHAMBER HOPES TO POLISH FIRMS' 'AVERAGE' SERVICE S 

CCB INCREASES DIVIDEND S 

AMERICAN AIRLINES TO HOLD PROGRAM ON FEAR OF FLYING H 

WHEN STUDENTS RETURN, AREA CASH DRAWERS SING H 

HOME SM. DECLARES CASH DIVIDEND S 

CHAMBER, COMMUNITY COLLEGE PLAN SEMINARS ON SERVICE/BUSINESS BRIEFING H 

GREENBRIAR WILL REDEVELOP PROPERTY/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX S 

COMPUTER EXPERTPS DEVELOP FASTEST FUZZY LOGIC CHIP H 

48 FOREIGN COMPANIES HAVE CHOSEN TRIANGLE AS BEST PLACE TO OPERATE H 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX UP 0.4X S 

SURVEY SHOWS SECRETARIES NEED MORE SUPPORT, TRAINING H 

INVESTORS TITLE CO. INCREASES DIVIDEND S 

MORTGAGE BANKING SURVEY SHOWS SHARP ACTIVITY INCREASE H 

CHAMBER: SERVICE SEMINARS POPULAR S 

BANK DECLARES DIVIDENDS S 

FLIGHT ATTENDANTS DISPUTE AMERICAN ON WEIGHTY HATTERS/BUSINESS BRIEFING H 

RADISSON ACQUIRES GOVERNORS INN/T>£ SUN BUSINESS INDEX S 

SEVERAL OPTIONS EXIST TO SEND CASH TO NEEDY FRIENDS, RELATIVES H 

U.N. OF COMPANIES SPROUTS AROUND DURHAM S 

FOREIGN FIRMS SEE DURHAM AS PROGRESSIVE S 

FUQUA BUSINESS SCHOOL NAMES 3 NEW MEMBERS TO VISITORS' BOARD S 

RTP BUSINESS BRIEFS/BROEGE INC. ATTRACTS FUNDING H 

85 TAR HEEL COUNTIES RECORD 5X OR LOWER JOBLESS RATE H 

BEING 'COPRENEURS' A GROWING TREND H 

MERCHANTS APPEAL FOR HOLIDAY WORKERS H 

MOST FAST-GROWING COMPANIES IN AREA EXPERIENCE RECRUITING PROBLEMS H 

IMPORTANCE OF CHRISTMAS SALES VARIES S 

LOCAL RETAILERS EXPECT CROWDS TO APPEAR FRIDAY H 

DURHAM SHOPPERS GOBBLE UP BARGAINS S 

LOTS OF SHOPPERS FLOCK TO STORES IN DURHAM... H 

BUSINESSMEN FINDING SIGNS OF THE TIMES MOSTLY RED TAPE H 

BELKS'S BREAKS TRADITION, OPENS ON 2 SUNDAYS S 

STORES EXTENDING WEEKEND HOURS TO RECOUP LOSSES H 

POST-HOLIDAY THAW FILLS MALLS WITH SHOPPERS H 

DURHAM RETAILERS SEE BRISK BUSINESS S 

EARLY SHOPPER S 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 

GLAXO PLEDGE BRIGHTENS SKIES FOR DURHAM ARTS FUND DRIVE S 



BUSINESSES BENEFIT ART IN TRIANGLE 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, CHILD CARE 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE, CHILD CARE 
CONSULTANT'. HOSPITALS TAKING LEAD IN PROVIDING CHILD CARE 



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



6/04/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/11/1989 
6/17/1989 
6/18/1989 
6/24/1989 B 
6/25/1989 D 
6/26/1989 
6/27/1989 
7/01/1989 
7/02/1989 
7/08/1989 
7/09/1989 
7/15/1989 
7/16/1989 
7/22/1989 
7/23/1989 
7/25/1989 B 
7/29/1989 A 
7/30/1989 
8/05/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/11/1989 
8/12/1989 
8/13/1989 
8/17/1989 B 
8/19/1989 A 
8/20/1989 
8/26/1989 
8/26/1989 
8/27/1989 
9/02/1989 
9/03/1989 
9/03/1989 
9/09/1989 
9/10/1989 
9/16/1989 
9/17/1989 
9/18/1989 
9/23/1989 
9/24/1989 
9/30/1989 
10/01/1989 
10/02/1989 
10/02/1989 
10/07/1989 
10/08/1989 B 
10/08/1989 D 
10/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/17/1989 
11/22/1989 
11/23/1989 
11/24/1989 
11/25/1989 
12/05/1989 
12/14/1989 B 
12/15/1989 C 
12/27/1989 A 
12/27/1989 A 
12/27/1989 C 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N K65 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S69 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N C60 

N 

N 

N M06 

N 

N 

N R60 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N K65 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N E33 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S78 

N S78 

N 

N K65 

N 

N K65 

N C60 

N C60 

N E33 

N 

N E33 

N N36 

N N36 

N 

N C60 

N 

N E33 

P S76 



1/27/1989 C 1 P N B71 
8/21/1989 A 1 P N K65 



H 2 3/21/1989 C 1 N C60 



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SUBJECTS 



DOWNTOWN TO GET DAY CARE 
DAY-CARE CENTER PLANNED DOWNTOWN 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, CLOSINGS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C., CLOSINGS 
BRADLEES LAYS OFF HALF ITS EMPLOYEES AS IT PREPARES TO CLOSE ITS DOORS 
BRIGHTLEAF RESTAURANT CLOSES, NAY REOPEN SOON 
GOLDEN POULTRY PLANT TO CLOSE, ENDING 300 JOBS 
300 AT GOLDEN POULTRY COULD LOSE JOBS 

EMPLOYEES ANGRY OVER TREATMENT,- CLOSING POULTRY PLANT TO LEAVE BITTER... 
TEXAS HOME-BUILDING FIRM LEAVING TRIANGLE MARKET 
DNS OFFICIALS ANNOUNCE PLANT CLOSING JUNE 2 

LOCKLEARQUITS HAYTI HOME CENTER. JOB, TELLS COOPERATIVE TO ACCEPT... 
HAYTI STORE SEEKS FUNDS TO REOPEN 
STATE SEIZES RECORDS OF HAYTI GROUP 
PLANT'S CLOSING TO ELIMINATE 52 JOBS 
FUNERAL HOME TO BURY DURHAM GRILL 
GOODBYE, NORMA'S/COLLEGE SHOP CLOSING AFTER 38 YEARS... 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, DRUG ABUSE 

TESTING BILL GETS MIXED REACTION AT RTF 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO FIRING EMPLOYEES 
SERVICE MAY IMPROVE 
SERVICE WOES SPUR SURVEY BY CHAMBER 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, HEALTH INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE 
INSURANCE RATE INCREASES HURTING SMALL COMPANIES' EMPLOYEES 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, HISTORY 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., HISTORY 
TEXTILES HAVE BECOME 'GRAND DUKE' OF INDUSTRIAL BOOM IN DURHAM 
DURHAM'S FIRST BANKS SPRING FROM BOOMING TOBACCO INDUSTRY 
THE GREAT DEPRESSION CLOSES DURHAM BANKS 
BANKS REVIVE AFTER WWII 

NEW ERA OF BANKING RAPIDLY TAKES HOLD IN DURHAM 
CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR 100 YEARS OF SERVICE <AD) 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C., LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., LAYOFFS 

BRADLEES LAYS OFF HALF ITS EMPLOYEES AS IT PREPARES TO CLOSE ITS DOORS 

NORTHERN TELECOM CUTS ABOUT 40 MIDDLE-MANAGEMENT XBS 

FAMILY MEDICINE CENTER LAYS OFF NINE STAFFERS 

GTE SAYS LAYOFF ESTIMATES FOR DURHAM OVERSHOT MARK 

GTE REORGANIZATION PLAN WON'T HIT ALL DURHAM JOBS 

TELECOM CUTS 300 POSITIONS 

IBM PLANTS DRAW PLANS FOR TRIM 

LEADER MAGAZINE MUM ON LAYOFFS, 'CHANGES' 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, OPENINGS 
REBUILT CHINA INN OPENS 
DURHAM PHOTO COMPANY OPENS 
BIG LOTS OPENING AT RIVERVIEW CENTER 
NEW MEDICAL LAB WILL OPEN IN RTP 
DURHAM GETTING WAL-MART STORE 
BUILDING-SUPPLY STORE IS PLANNED NEAR MALL 
IF THE BANKS TURN YOU DOWN, DAVID BEASLEY PROBABLY WON'T 
LANDSCAPING LAWS DELAY MCDONALD'S CONSTRUCTION 
LANDSCAPING LAWS DELAY MCDONALD'S CONSTRUCTION 
WHOLESALE CLUB BEING PLANNED FOR DURHAM 
DOWNTOWN DURHAM GETS COMPUTER-SERVICE FIRM 
NINE BUSINESSES OPEN IN NEW SHOPPING CENTER/THE BENCH MARK 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, PHILANTHROPY 
WE GAVE AT THE OFFICE (AD) 
CORPORATIONS RECOGNIZED 
CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO YMCA RECEIVES A WELLCOME GIFT 



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4/28/1989 A 1 M N S92 
V29/1989 C 1 M N A54 



1/14/1989 
1/17/1989 
3/02/1989 
3/03/1989 
3/07/1989 
3/30/1989 
3/31/1989 
4/16/1989 
4/17/1989 
4/21/1989 
9/09/1989 
10/17/1989 
11/23/1989 



N C60 
N 

N M06 
N C47 
N C47 
N 

N C47 
N S69 
N M06 
N S69 
N 

N E33 
N E33 



H 2 2/17/1989 A 1 N K65 



4/17/1989 A 
4/17/1989 C 



4 E 
1 N H65 



H 2 6/22/1989 C 1 N C60 



S 


2 


4/19/1989 F 


5 


F M06 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 F 


6 C F M06 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 F 


6 P F M06 


s 


2 


4/19/1989 F 


7 


F M06 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 F 


7 P F M06 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 F 


12 


A 


H 


2 


1/14/1989 A 


8 


N C60 


H 


2 


5/06/1989 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 


5/11/1989 C 


7 


N C60 


H 


2 


7/19/1989 A 


1 


N C47 


S 


2 


7/20/1989 C 


4 


N H65 


S 


2 


9/13/1989 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 12/07/1989 A 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 12/09/1989 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


1/05/1989 A 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 


4/18/1989 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


5/28/1989 D 


8 


N 


S 


2 


6/05/1989 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


6/12/1989 A 


1 


H N M06 


S 


2 


6/14/1989 A 


3 


N M06 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 B 


1 


P N S69 


S 


2 


7/14/1989 A 


1 M N C61 


S 


2 


7/14/1989 A 


1 


1 N S78 


S 


2 


7/21/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


S 


2 


7/22/1989 C 


1 P N S78 


H 


2 


8/20/1989 F 


1 


N 



CHH 1 1/05/1989 A 10 A 
H 2 1/17/1989 C 6 P P S76 
CHH 1 3/30/1989 A 3 P N S17 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



MERCHANTS GROUP SETS UP FOUNDATION 

MITSUBISHI GIVES SCHOOLS $100,000 GIFT 

FIRMS BACK FIGHT AGAINST ALCOHOL, DRUGS 

ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE BATTLE NEEDS EVERYONE 

LINCOLN GETS $1,000 FOR HOMELESS 

DURHAM ADDS $10 MILLION TO CAMPAIGN FOR DUKE 

COMPETING TRIANGLE PROPANE-GAS FIRMS JOIN TO FEED HOMELESS 

GRILL GOODIES 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, SCHOOL SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BUSINESS INSTITUTE FOR EDUCATORS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, PUBLIC EDUCATION TASK FORCE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS 

GLAXO'S $30,000 TO ESTABLISH FUND FOR SCIENCE TEACHERS 

MONEY AIMS TO KEEP SCIENCE TEACHERS TEACHING 

GLAXO GIFT BI6 BOOST FOR DURHAM EDUCATION 

EDUCATION FUND, DURHAM BUSINESSES IN PARTNERSHIP 

FUQUA, FIRMS HELP TEACHERS 'BE' EXECS 

MITSUBISHI TO MAKE GIFT OF $100,000 TO SCHOOLS 

MITSUBISHI GIVES SCHOOLS $100,000 GIFT 

MITSUBISHI GIFT GIVES BIG BOOST TO EDUCATION 

AN EXAMPLE OF COOPERATION 

DURHAM EDUCATORS LEARN BUSINESS WAYS 

GLAXO HONORED 

SCHOOLS MAY BEGIN CERTIFYING STUDENTS' SKILLS 

RECEPTION WELCOMES UEAST 

DURHAM FIRMS GIVE BIG BOOST TO EDUCATION 

BANK EXECUTIVE: SCHOOLS MUST STRESS 3 P'S 

BANK EXECUTIVE STRESSES THREE P'S FOR EDUCATION 

SALARY BOOST BEST WAY TO REWARD TEACHERS 

GOOD GRADES GET PUPILS GOOD DEALS 

COMMON CHALLENGES 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, SMOKING 

SEE ALSO SMOKING 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 
DUKE MEDICAL CENTER, GLAXO BAN EMPLOYEE SMOKING 
DUKE AND GLAXO RIGHT TO ORDER SMOKING BAN 
NO SMOKING POLICY AT NORTHERN TELECOM FAILS TO BREW TROUBLE 
COUNTY LIVING WITH VOLUNTARY NO-SMOKING POLICY 
RTI REVISES POLICY ON SMOKING TO ALLOW IT ONLY IN CERTAIN AREAS 
SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAMS LAG AT SOUTHERN COMPANIES 
COUNCILMAN CLEMENT OPPOSES BAN ON SMOKING IN STORES, RESTAURANTS 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, STREET SALES 
SEE SIDEWALK VENDORS 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, TAXES 

DON'T OVERTAX DEVELOPMENT 

BUSINESSES, FAMILY-OWNED 

SEE FAMILY-OWNED BUSINESSES 

BUSINESSES, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE „ 

WHILE U.S. FRETS OVER ASIAN NATIONS EUROPEAN COMPANIES MOVING SWIFTLY 
BUSINESSMEN LAUD ECONOMIC 'FORTRESS EUROPE' 

BUSINESSES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN INVESTORS 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S BUSINESS COUNCIL ON THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES 
SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 
SEE ALSO N.C. BUSINESS HALL OF FAME 
SEE ALSO N.C. CITIZENS FOR BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO N.C. ENTERPRISE CORP. 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC-PRIVATE COOPERATIVE VENTURES 
SEE ALSO QUALITY CONTROL 
U.S. DEFICIT WORRIES SURVEYED MANUFACTORS 



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4/14/1989 C 
4/15/1989 A 
8/26/1989 C 
8/30/1989 A 
9/16/1989 C 
9/29/1989 A 
12/01/1989 C 
12/04/1989 C 



1/19/1989 C 
1/19/1989 A 
1/24/1989 A 
4/02/1989 B 
4/05/1989 C 
4/15/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/17/1989 
5/22/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/23/1989 
8/23/1989 
8/31/1989 
11/04/1989 
11/09/1989 
11/10/1989 
11/10/1989 
12/08/1989 
12/29/1989 



1/05/1989 
1/07/1989 
1/26/1989 
2/25/1989 
3/07/1989 
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4 
4 
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1 
1 
4 
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1 
6 
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4 
1 
1 
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H 2 4/02/1989 D 
CHH 1 6/14/1989 A 



N 

N S92 
N H65 
E 

N H65 
N S92 
N E33 
P T32 



N J40 
N S92 
E 
N 
N 

N J40 
N S92 
E 
E 

N S92 
P K30 
N C60 
N S92 
E 

N Yll 
N C47 
E 

N Yll 
N E33 



N N36 
E 

N K65 
N H65 
N K65 
N K65 
N R63 



H 2 8/20/1989 D 4 C E 



6 M N K65 
3 P N D38 



H 2 1/03/1989 B 4 N 



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HOLIDAYS ARE HOLIDAYS ONLY WHEN THE BOSS SAYS SO; NO LAW REQUIRES... 

N.C. BUSINESS BRIERY 

DURHAM INSTITUTE HELPING TO BRING FEDERAL CONTRACTS TO N.C. BUSINESSES 

ORIENTAL EXPRESS; JAPANESE LEAVE BUSINESS TRACKS IN TRIANGLE 

N.C. COMPANIES PUT FOOT IN WIDENING DOOR OF JAPANESE MARKET 

YOU'VE GOT IT IN CONCRETE WHEN YOU FILL OUT ONE OF THEIR FORMS 

SMALL BUSINESSES CONFERENCE FOCUS 

SMALL BUSINESSES KEY TO ECONOMIC GROWTH 

HOUSE APPROVES BILL OVERHAULING CORPORATE LAWS 

miller: NEW CORPORATIONS ACT MAY LURE BUSINESSES TO N.C. 

COGENTRIX HEADS INC.'S GROWTH COMPANY LIST 

INC. MAGAZINE STARTS COUNCIL FOR GROWING BUSINESSES IN N.C. 

BUSINESSES, N.C, CHILD CARE 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 
DAY CARE CENTER SERVES 120 BUSINESSES IN CHARLOTTE OFFICE PARK 

BUSINESSES, N.C, CLOSINGS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, CLOSINGS 
HOLLY FARMS UNITS IN N.C. WILL BE CLOSED THIS MONTH 
BIBB CO. PLANS TO CLOSE TOWEL PLANT 
232 L OSE JOBS AT GRANVILLE PLANT 
OFFER JOBLESS HOPE 
CLOSING COST CREEDMOOR 100 JOBS 
OXFORD PLASTICS PLANT IS CLOSING 
LU-E-G'S CLOSES IN HILLSBOROUGH 
AFTERNOON PAPERS SURVIVE BEST IN SMALL N.C CITIES 
WEYERHAEUSER WILL CLOSE BUTNER PLANT IF NO BUYER FOUND 

BUSINESSES, N.C, DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
BURLINGTON COMPANY'S DRUG TEST OK'D 

LOBBYISTS RAP EMPLOYEE DRUG TESTING BILL THAT CALLS FOR TREATING... 
DRUG-TESTING MEASURE STRIKES NEEDED BALANCE 

BUSINESSES, N.C, EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO FIRING EMPLOYEES 

'89 SESSION A 'WASH' FOR WORKERS 
REPEATING MOTION INJURIES ARE ON THE RISE IN N.C. 
WORKERS LOSING HEALTH BENEFITS AS COSTS RISE 
FUN AT WORK IS NO JOKE, SAYS DURHAM RESEARCHER 

BUSINESSES, N.C, HAZARDOUS WASTE 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C 
SEE ALSO INCINERATORS 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL AND STORAGE 
SERVICES SPROUT FROM WARINESS OF HIDDEN HAZARDOUS WASTE 

BUSINESSES, N.C, HEALTH CARE 

MANY LOCAL EMPLOYERS NOT ON PRENATAL-CARE BANDUAGON/BABIES AT RISK 
BURLINGTON PUSHES EARLY PRENATAL CARE/BABIES AT RISK 

BUSINESSES, N.C, HEALTH INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE 
FULL-TERM BIRTHS GOOD BUSINESS 
WORKERS LOSING HEALTH BENEFITS AS COSTS RISE 

BUSINESSES, N.C, LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., LAYOFFS 

DON'T STIFLE THE ECONOMY 

CPU. CUTS 500 JOBS 

EFFECT OF CPU. LAYOFFS UNCERTAIN 

ALUMARK MOVE WILL COST 102 JOBS IN ROXBORO 

BUSINESSES, N.C, PROFITS 

SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C, SALES AND EARNINGS 
STATE THRIFTS RANKED 3RD IN PROFITS 

BUSINESSES, N.C, SCHOOL SUPPORT 



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1/19/1989 
1/24/1989 
3/16/1989 
3/19/1989 
3/19/1989 
3/26/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/27/1989 
11/26/1989 
12/10/1989 



N M06 
N 

N K65 
Q C60 
Q C60 
N T33 
N 
E 
N 

J Oil 
N T33 
N K6S 



H 3 1/12/1989 C 3 N 



H 


2 1/05/1989 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 1/08/1989 D 


7 


N 


H 


2 3/07/1989 A 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 3/08/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 5/24/1989 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 6/16/1989 C 


1 


N T33 


CHH 1 8/27/198 1 


3 P N M20 


H 


2 10/09/1989 B 


1 


N N36 


H 


1 11/10/1989 C 


1 


N T33 



H 2 1/17/1989 A 8 N 
H 2 2/17/1989 A 1 N L40 
S 2 2/20/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 6/05/1989 A 5 J Oil 

S 2 6/06/1989 A 5 J Oil 

H 2 10/16/1989 B 1 N 

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



H 2 1/07/1989 C 1 N K65 



CHH 1 5/19/1989 A 1 Q S17 
CHH 1 5/20/1989 A 1 Q S17 



H 2 10/15/1989 D 4 E 
H 2 10/16/1989 B 1 N 



H 2 2/13/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 8/29/1989 C 1 N 

CHH 1 9/01/1989 A 3 N M25 

H 1 11/04/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 2 1/05/1989 A 10 N 



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1 5/29/1989 A 

2 12/09/1989 C 



CHH 1 5/31/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/08/1989 A 



SEE ALSO N.C. BUSINESS COMMITTEE FOR EDUCATION 
ABC'S OF SUCCESS; HILLSBOROUGH SMALL-BUSINESS OWNER JOINS IN EFFORT... 
FUTURE HELP SPURS FIRM-SCHOOL LINK 

BUSINESSES, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C- BUSINESSES 

PETITION SUPPORTS COMPUTER SALES 

'IT'S ALL CONFIDENTIAL'/HEALING THE MIND 

BUSINESSES, SHALL 

SEE ALSO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO FAMILY-OWNED BUSINE SSES,, 

SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO SMALL BUSINESS INCUBATOR 

SEE ALSO SMALL BUSINESS WEEK 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMIN. BUREAU OF BUS. SERVICE 
BOWMAN INTRODUCES BILL TO CREATE SMALL BUSINESS COUNCIL H 1 3/23/1989 

'SMALL BUSINESS' WEEK SCHEDULED BY CHAMBER H 2 5/10/1989 

SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS HONORED BY CHAMBER H 2 5/25/1989 

CHAMBER'S 1988 HONOREE ALEXANDER ALSO TOPS IN STATE H 2 5/25/1989 

WINNERS S 2 5/25/1989 

ABC'S OF SUCCESS; HILLSBOROUGH SMALL-BUSINESS OWNER JOINS IN EFFORT... CHH 1 5/29/1989 
SMALL BUSINESSES CONFERENCE FOCUS CHH 1 5/31/1989 

SHALL BUSINESSES KEY TO ECONOMIC GROWTH S 2 6/02/1989 

NETWORKING: FOR SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS, IT ISN'T SELLING... H 2 7/24/1989 

SMALL BUSINESSES WANTED BY DUKE STUDENT CONSULTANTS H 2 8/09/1989 

HELP FOR OUR LITTLE BUSINESSES H 2 12/04/1989 

BUSINESSES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO CONTRACTS 
SEE ALSO CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO COTTAGE INDUSTRIES 
SEE ALSO FRINGE BENEFITS 
SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 
SEE ALSO MAIL-ORDER BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO MERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC-PRIVATE COOPERATIVE VENTURES 

SEE ALSO TRADEMARKS 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, BUSINESSES 

RESEARCH J. DEVELOPMENT; STUDY INDICATES SLIGHT INCREASE DURING 1989... 

BUSINESS PROPHET SEES U.S. STAR RISING 

sanford: U.S. LOSING COMPETITIVE EDGE 

SO BE RICH, FOR GOODNESS' SAKE 

BUSINESSES, U.S., EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO FIRING EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO JOB SCREENING 

THE NEW AGE OF INTOLERANCE 

MINORITIES TAKING OVER LOW-SKILL JOBS, KENAN SPEAKER SAYS 

BUSINESSES, U.S., LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO UNEMPLOYMENT, U.S. 
IBM'S AX SWING AT 10,000 JOBS TO TAKE SLICE OUT OF RTP PLANT 

BUSINESSES, U.S., SCHOOLSUPPORT 

EDUCATION IS BUSINESSES' BUSINESS, SAYS CRUSADING CHAIRMAN OF XEROX 
EDUCATORS, INDUSTRY URGED TO UNITE IN IMPROVING SCHOOLS 
BELLSOUTH EXEC: FIRMS, EDUCATORS MUST JOIN TO HELP U.S. COMPETE 

BUSINESSES, U.S., SMOKING 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 
TOBACCO INDUSTRY ADS TOUT SURVEY SAYING MOST OPPOSE SMOKING BANS 



3 P N M25 
1 N 



1 NH90 
1 P Q S17 



N H60 
N C47 
N C47 
N C47 
P S73 
N M25 
N 
E 

N S56 
N D80 
E 



H 2 1/29/1989 D 6 C N K65 

H 2 3/10/1989 B 8 P N K65 

H 2 11/14/1989 B 1 N C60 

H 2 12/10/1989 E 1 D N Zll 



H 2 2/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/21/1989 A 



E 
N S17 



H 2 12/06/1989 A 1 C N 



H 2 2/09/1989 C 1 P N 
H 2 12/01/1989 C 1 N C47 
S 2 12/01/1989 C 1 P N E33 



H 2 1/10/1989 A 12 N 



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BUSINESSES, U.S., SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 
GOODBYE SHEET STUFF 

BUSINESSES, U.S.. STOCK OWNERSHIP 

CORPORATE GADFLY PUTS ON 'COMEDY' 

BUT^OL 

CHEMICAL SPILL FORCES EVACUATION 

BUTNER, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION AT BUTNER 
DURHAM BOX CO. EYES BUTNER SITE 
FIRM SEEKS BUYER TO KEEP EMPLOYEES 
NEW INTERCHANGE FOR BUTNER NOW 'OX FAST TRACK' 
BUTNER MEETING TO AIR CONCERNS ON CANCER RATE 
SURVEY PLANNED TO GUAGE CANCER RATE IN BUTNER 

BUTNER, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS PARADES, N.C. 
EYES ON SANTA 
PARADE 

BUTNER, N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

WEYERHAEUSER WILL CLOSE BUTNER PLANT IF NO BUYER FOUND 

BUTNER, N.C, SEWAGE TREATMENT 

SEE ALSO BUTNER, N.C, WATER AND SEWER LINES 
SOME BUTNER RESIDENTS SAY CREEDHOOR SEWER LINE STINKS 

BUTNER, N.C, STREETS 

BUTNER-CREEDMOOR TRAFFIC MATCHED OXFORD'S IN 1988 

BUTNER, N.C, WATER AND SEWER LINES 

SEE ALSO BUTNER, N.C, SEWAGE TREATMENT 
RESIDENTS OF BUTNER NEIGHBORHOOD SKEPTICAL ODOR PROBLEM IS SOLVED 

BUTNER, N.C, ZONING 
SEE ALSO ZONING LAWS 
FOUR NOMINATED FOR BUTNER POSTS 

BUTNER ABC STORE 

HASKINS SENTENCED TO 50 YEARS FOR SHOOTING BUTNER ABC OPERATOR 

BUTNER FIRE DEPT. 

CECIL HARRIS BECOMES FIRE CHIEF OF BUTNER 

BUTNER PLANNING COMMISSION 

APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SENIOR CITIZENS PLANNED IN BUTNER 
FOUR NOMINATED FOR BUTNER POSTS 

BUTTERFLIES 

DUKE RESEARCHER STUDIES BUTTERFLIES IN MADAGASCAR 
SCULPTURE IN STEMS 
LATE SUMMER DANCE 

BUZZARDS 

ON-TIME BUZZARDS 

BYE BYE BIRDIE 

THIS 'BYE BYE BIRDIE' FLIES - AS FAR AS IT CAN 
'BIRDIE' CONTINUES TO PLEASE AT ABRACADABRA 

BYNUM WEAVER FUNERAL SERVICE 

'AN HONORABLE PROFESSION', OWNER OF WEAVER FUNERAL HOME CARRIES ON... 

THE BYRBS (BAND) 

THIS BYRD NOW FLYING SOLO 



H 2 7/01/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 5/03/1989 C 1 P N N36 
CHH 1 7/11/1989 A 2 N C62 



H 2 11/11/1989 C 

H 2 11/11/1989 C 

H 1 11/23/1989 C 

H 1 12/05/1989 C 

H 1 12/06/1989 C 



S 2 12/04/1989 C 
S 2 12/09/1989 D 



1 N T33 
1 N 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 P N T32 



5 P P T32 
3 P P T32 



H 1 11/10/1989 C 1 N T33 



H 2 1/12/1989 C 
H 1 2/16/1989 C 



1 N T33 
1 M N 046 



H 1 3/04/1989 C 1 N T33 

H 1 11/03/1989 C 1 N T33 

H 2 8/03/1989 C 1 P N T33 

H 1 2/03/1989 C 1 N 



H 1 5/05/1989 C 1 N T33 
H 1 11/03/1989 C 1 N T33 



S 2 4/21/1989 C 1 N 
CHH 1 7/24/1989 A 7 P P C43 
CHH 1 8/21/1989 A 1 P P T44 



H 2 3/21/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 8/24/1989 D 4 R B77 
H 2 8/25/1989 D 4 R P10 



CHH 1 2/20/1989 A 1 P Q SI 7 
H 2 1/06/1989 D 11 P F H90 



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POLICE LOG/STORE HISSING OVER (13,000 IN CLOTHING 

CASH 

SEE COALITION FOR ALTERNATIVES TO SHEARON HARRIS 

CATCH 

SEE CITIZENS AGAINST THE COLLIDER HERE (CATCH) 

CBS 

SEE ALSO TELEVISION 
PRESIDENT OF CBS TO DISCUSS RISE, FALL OF NETWORKS 
CBS TO INTERVIEW DR. JOHN FRANKLIN ON BLACK HISTORY MONTH 
HEROISM LANDS TEACHER ON TV SHOW 
CBS TV SHOW RE-ENACTS HEROISM AT DURHAM HIGH 

CCB FINANCIAL CORP. 

SEE CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK FINANCIAL CORP. 

CHANGE 

SEE CHANGE (A MEN'S COUNSELING PROGRAM ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE) 

CHAPS CENTER 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOLIC TREATMENT CENTERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
HELPING OTHERS GOOD MEDICINE FOR EX-ftUDICT 
WHAT ABOUT TEENS WHO'VE ALREADY SAID 'YES' TO DRUGS? 

CHIRP (CHILDREN'S HEALTH INCENTIVES REFORM PLAN) 

SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE 

SYMPOSIUM FOCUSES ON ISSUES AFFECTING CHILDREN 

CONTACT DURHAM, INC. (CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM) 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, DURHAM 
PEOPLE WITH TROUBLES FIND CARING LISTENERS 
SIGNING ON 
CONTACT REACHES OUT 

COPE (COMMITTEE ON POLITICAL EDUCATION) 

SEE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 

CROP (ORGANIZATION TO RELIEVE WORLD HUNGER) 
SEE ALSO HUNGER 
DURHAM'S CROP WALK SUNDAY A SIGHTSEEING TOUR FOR HUNGER CAUSES 
XIN ME TODAY IN A WALK AWAY FROM GREED 
CROP MAKES STRIDES IN DURHAM 
CIVIC CLUB, WALKERS SHOW DURHAM CARES 
ACTIVITIES ABUZZ DESPITE ACC TOURNAMENT 
WEATHER SMILES ON EIGHTH HILLSBOROUGH CROP WALK 
ORANGE CO. CROP WALK JUST THE BEGINNING 

JOIN THE THIRD ANNUAL CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO 10-K CROP WALK (AD) 
WALKERS FULFILL CROP PLEDGES 
WALKERS EARN AWARDS FOR OCIH HUNGER MARCH 
WORKING ON A BIGGER PUZZLE 

CSX CORP. 

NUCLEAR WASTE RAIL TRAVEL PLANS APPROVED BY NRC 

C. C. SPAULDTHG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
LAND-LOCKED? 



C. C. WOODS CONSTRUCTION CO. 

CITY'S MWBE GOALS WORTHY, NOT REALISTIC 

COUNCIL DELAYS VOTE ON CONSTRUCTION PROJECT 

GOALS ARE UNREALISTIC 

COUNCIL TOLD FIRM'S PROPOSAL COULD BE BETTER 

CITY ASKS C.C. WOODS TO INVOLVE MORE WOMEN, MINORITIES IN CAMPUS HILLS.. 

CITY COUNCIL IGNORES REALITIES OF BUSINESS 

COUNCIL NARROWLY OKS RECREATION CENTER CONTRACT 

CAMPUS HILLS VOTE STIRS BITTER DEBATE 



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2 1/19/1989 A 12 N 

2 2/14/1989 C 5 N 

2 10/30/1989 C 1 P N E33 

2 10/31/1989 C 1 P N C47 



1/21/1989 B 1 P N K65 
6/12/1989 C 1 P N H65 



S 2 2/09/1989 A 12 N 



H 2 9/07/1989 C 
S 2 10/06/1989 C 
H 2 10/14/1989 C 



1 D N C60 
1 P P R56 
4 P P R56 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



3/11/1989 A 
3/12/1989 D 
3/13/1989 A 
3/14/1989 A 
3/14/1989 B 
4/10/1989 A 
4/10/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/24/1989 
5/07/1989 
5/16/1989 



7 
5 
1 
4 
5 
1 
2 
5 
1 

12 
3 



N 

U 

N P38 

E 

N A76 

N H90 

N 

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N 

N 

P T44 



CHH 1 4/16/1989 A 3 N M25 
S 2 5/16/1989 C 1 P P T37 



S 


2 


1/02/1989 A t 


1 E 


H 


2 


1/04/1989 C 1 


I N A54 


H 


2 


1/06/1989 A i 


» E 


H 


2 


1/13/1989 C i 


N S69 


S 


2 


1/14/1989 A 1 


I N H70 


S 


2 


1/17/1989 A * 


1 E 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 C 1 


N S69 


S 


2 


1/18/1989 A 1 


M N H70 



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H 
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COUNCIL RESWES DEBATE ON CAMPUS HILLS CONTRACT 
KERCKHOFF'S ASSESSMENT OF NWBE IS CORRECT 
2ND COUNCIL VOTE BACKS CAMPUS HILLS DECISION 
COMBAT REGRETTABLE 

BONDS COULD BE USED FOR CAWUS HILLS CENTER 
POWELL: BONDS COULD COVER EXCESS PARK COSTS 
COURT RULING SHOULD FORCE NWBE CHANGE 
REC CENTER BIDS REJECTED 
COUNCIL REJECTS CAMPUS HILLS BIDS 

C. P. BURNER STEEL ERECTIONS DC. 
BOARD MAY SUE STEEL COMPANY 

C. T. WILSON CO. 

FIRM DISPUTES COURTHOUSE BIDS 

BOND BACKS DURHAM FIRM FOR COURTHOUSE RENOVATION 

BOARD WILL CONSIDER COURTHOUSE CONTRACTS 

CABARRUS COUNTY, N.C. 

TRIANGLE STILL MEASLES-FREE; ROWAN, CABARRUS COUNTIES HIT BY OUTBREAK 

CABBAGES 

REFLECTIONS ON THE CABBAGE 

CABINS 

SEE LOG CABINS 

CABLE TELEVISION, DUKE UNIV. 

SEE DUKE UNIV., CABLE TELEVISION 

CABLE TELEVISION, DURHAM 
SEE CABLEVISION OF DURHAM 

CABLE TELEVISION, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

CABLE TELEVISION N.C. 

CREEDMOOR WAIVING 90-DAY NOTICE PERIOD FOR CHANGE IN CABLE TELEVISION... H 

CABLEVISION OF DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ALERT CABLE TV 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN TELEVISION AND COMMUNICATIONS CORP. 
SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION 

HIGHER COSTS OF PROGRAMMING SPUR -JUMP IN CABLEVISION RATES 

CABLE PROBLEM HINDERS BOWL WATCHERS 

DURHAM PLUGS INTO DUKE'S CABLE STATION 

NEW Hȣ 

DURHAM CABLEVISION TAKING PRECAUTIONS FOR GtfE 

CABLEVISION DROPS METS FOR CUBBIES 

CABLEVISION IN DURHAM IS DROPPING THE METS FOR CUBBIES 

DURHAM CABLEVISION TO EXPAND SERVICE 

SURVEY BRINGS CHANGES 

CABLEVISION OF DURHAM, RATES 

HIGHER COSTS OF PROGRAMMING SPUR JUMP IN CABLEVISION RATES 
DURHAM CABLE TV FEES RAISED BY *1 
CABLEVISION RATES TO RISE DEC 15 

CABOOSES 

LOOSE CABOOSE 

CAESAREAN BIRTHS 

SEE CESAREAN SECTIONS 

THE CAFE 

SEE ALSO OMNI DURHAM HOTEL AND CONVENTION CENTER 
LUNCH ON THE LOOP; YOU CAN'T SAY THERE'S NO PLACE TO EAT DOWNTOWN 



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2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



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1/19/1989 
1/19/1989 
1/21/1989 
1/27/1989 
1/27/1989 
1/28/1989 
2/07/1989 
2/07/1989 



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4 
1 
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1 
4 
1 
1 



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L P BYL 

N S69 

E 
P N H70 

E 

N S69 
5 N H70 

E 

N S69 
5 N H70 



CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 3 N M20 



S 2 6/06/1989 C 1 N H65 
S 2 7/07/1989 A 1 P N H65 
H 2 7/09/1989 B 9 N 



CHH 1 1/04/1989 A 1 N L90 



H 2 6/28/1989 B 1 P F Zll 



1 3/30/1989 C 1 NTS 



s 


2 


1/10/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


1/23/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/26/1989 C 


5 P N J04 


S 


2 


3/31/1989 A 


3 P P K30 


H 


2 


4/01/1989 C 


2 


N S69 


S 


2 


6/21/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/22/1989 B 


6 


N 


s 


2 


7/06/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


s 


2 


7/06/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


s 


2 


1/10/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


1/11/1989 C 


10 


N 


S 


2 


11/23/1989 C 


1 


N 



S 2 10/27/1989 C 1 P P C45 



H 2 3/27/1989 A 6 P F Zll 



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CAFFEINE 

CAFFEINE NAY DELAY PREGNANCY — REPORT 

RTP SCIENTISTS SAY CAFFEINE HAY DELAY PREGNANCY 

CAJUNS 

COOK CONJURING CAJUN CUISINE FOR CARNIVAL 

CAJUN FLAVOR 

HE CAN COOK ONSTAGE AND OFF 

CAKE 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
MAKING THE DESSERT BLOOM 

CALCIUM 

PREVENT OSTEOPOROSIS STUDY RELEASED AT UNC 

CALDWELL, N.C. 

WHEN DUTY CALLS, BABE AND BECK PROUD TO SERVE 

CALENDARS 

SEE ALSO ENO RIVER CALENDAR 
EASTER CALCULATIONS ARE COMPLICATED 

CALIFORNIA 

SEE ALSO LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 
SEE ALSO SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 
CALIFORNIA LEADS WAY FOR MORE GUN CONTROL 

CALIFORNIA, ELECTIONS 

CALIFORNIA^ COULD SELECT OUR PRESIDENT 

CALIFORNIA ACHIEVEMENT TEST 

TAKE RISKS, HOUSE TELLS BOARD 

CITY SCHOOLS' CAT SCORES SHOW IMPROVEMENT 

DURHAM SCHOOLS' CAT SCORES VARY 

MOST DURHAM CITY PUPILS SCORE LOWER ON CAT TESTS (CORRECTED 7-21-89) 

8TH-0RADE MATH SCORES ARE UP IN CITY SCHOOLS 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

OFFICIAL: SCHOOLS SHOULD STRESS MORE THAN TESTS 

ORANGE CO. TESTING REPORT A MIXED BAG 

SCHOOLS SCORE WEU ON CAT 

COUNTY THIRD GRADERS TOP STATE CAT AVERAGE 

BLACK SCORES STILL LAGGING, REPORT SHOWS 

OFFICIALS SHAKE HEADS OVER RESULTS OF CAT 

CALL-FOR-ACTION 

CALL FOR ACTION WANTS TO ACT ON CALLS 

CALLING CHORDS 

VOCALISTS SING TUNEFUL FAREWELL TO THEIR PIANIST 

CALVERT SCHOOL 

SEE DURHAM ACADEMY 

CAMBRIDGE AT CHAPEL HILL 

CAMBRIDGE RETIREMENT COMPLEX CONSTRUCTION SLATED FOR SUMMER 
CHAPEL HILL MAY GET NEW CARE FACILITY FOR ELDERLY 
BIZ NOTES 

CAMERON AVENUE 

TWO NEIGHBORHOODS GET HISTORIC BACKING 
DISTRICT HEARING SLATED 
COUNCIL URGED TO REJECT DISTRICT 
MANAGER URGES REJECTION OF DISTRICT 
HONOR NEIGHBORHOOD'S WISHES 
HISTORIC DISTRICT DECISION POSTPONED 

CAMERON PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (HILLSBOROUGH, N.C.) 
NEW CLASSROOM WING TO HAKE WAY FOR OAK TREE 



H 2 1/10/1989 C 
S 2 1/16/1989 C 



CHH 1 8/24/1989 A 
S 2 8/24/1989 D 
S 2 8/24/1989 D 



S 2 8/02/1989 C 
H 2 2/22/1989 C 
H 2 10/05/1989 B 



S 2 9/01/1989 A 
S 2 8/19/1989 A 



CHH 1 
S 2 



CHH 1 
S 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/17/1989 

7/19/1989 

7/19/1989 

7/20/1989 

7/20/1989 

7/21/1989 

7/29/1989 

8/20/1989 

9/08/1989 

9/09/1989 B 

9/10/1989 A 

9/13/1989 A 



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



6/24/1989 
11/13/1989 
11/22/1989 
12/08/1989 
12/09/1989 
12/14/1989 



6 N 
1 N 



3 P N H90 

1 P P T32 

2 D F B71 



2PF 
1 C N C60 
1 P U M88 



H 2 3/26/1989 B 4 P U H49 



4 E 



4 E 



N C62 
N S92 
N S92 
N R63 
N S92 
N 

N S92 
N M25 
N S92 
N 

N D38 
N C62 



S 2 5/02/1989 B 1 P F S27 



H 2 3/28/1989 B 1 P U W15 



CHH 1 3/02/1989 A 1 P N S17 
CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 3 N H90 
CHH 1 8/01/1989 A 5 N 



N 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
E 
N 



CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 3 N M25 



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CAMP BUTNER 

WORLD UAR II ENVIRONMENTAL TRASH TARGET OF BUTNER STUDY 
DESPITE WAR BUTNER SPIRn FESTIVE IN '42 

QjiftP CHALLENGE 

TRIATHLON COHPETITOR TO UORK WITH KIDS WHO HAVE ASTHMA 
TRIATHLON ATHLETE WITH ASTHMA SHARES HER TRAINING SECRETS 

CAMP CIVTTAN 

HELLO, CAMPERS 

CAMP DRESSER & HCKEE 

SEE ALSO CONSULTING FIRMS 
CONSULTANT! LAND-USE CONTROLS BEST WAY TO PROTECT WATER SUPPLY 
BOARD TO GET REPORT ON DURHAM WATERSHEDS 
LYON STATION WATER, SEWER BILLS GOING [S> 
STUDYJ CLEAN WATER KEY TO GROWTH IN DURHAM 
LAND-USE CONTROLS SAID BEST HELP FOR WATERSHEDS 
CARRBORO TO MULL BUILDING LIMITS 
SAVE WATERSHED WITH BENIGN NEGLECT 
WATERSHED DEBATE: IT'S ALL POLITICS 
OWASA DEBATES WATERSHED STATEMENT 
OFFICIAL SAYS WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS NOT 'A TAKING' 
OUASA STAFF'S PAPER LACKS LANDOWNER COMPENSATION 
KENDIG MUDDIES THE WATERSHED ISSUE 
OUASA ASKS REPLY TO KENDIG MEMO 
SMALLER LOTS UPHELD 

OWASA BACKS UNIVERSITY LAKE PROTECTION RULES 
WATERSHED LOT MINIMUMS SET AT TWO ACRES 

CAMP LEJEUNE 

3 CIVILIANS INDICTED AT CAMP LEJEUNE 

SERGEANT ENTERS PLEA OF INNOCENT IN MARINE'S DEATH 

DERELICTION OF DUTY CHARGES WITHDRAWN 

THREE MARINES FACE COURTS-MARTIAL IN LANCE CORPORAL'S DEATH 

COURT-ftARTIAL BEGINS ON ABANDONING OF MARINE 

STATE SENATORS GET TOUR OF CAMP LEJUENE AND CHERRY POINT 

A WORD FROM THE GOOD NEWS DESK 

CAMP NEW HOPE (ORANGE COUNTY, N.C.) 

CAMP CATERS TO AUTISTIC KIDS, ADULTS/SUNDAY FOCUS I AUTISM 
SUMMER INSTITUTE 

CAMP SERTOMA 
CAMP BOUND 

CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

SEE POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

CAMPAIGN FOR DUKE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 
DUKE ANNOUNCES CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE 
DUKE FUND DRIVE AHEAD OF SCHEDULE 
DUKE FUND-RAISER AHEAD OF SCHEDULE 
DURHAM ADDS *10 MILLION TO CAMPAIGN FOR DUKE 

CAMPBELL UNIV., GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 

MRS. BASS ESTABLISHES CAMPBELL SCHOLARSHIP 

CAMPBELL UNIV., STUDENTS 

DURHAM-AREA STUDENTS EARN CAMPBELL HONORS 
POLICE LOG/WRECK KILLS 2 CAMPBELL STUDENTS 

CAMPBELL UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 

LEE WOULD LIKE TO GET CAMELS OVER HUMP OF NO TELEVISION 

CAMPERS 

SEE RECREATIONAL VEHICLES 



H 2 12/15/1989 C 1 N T33 
H 1 12/21/1989 C 1 N T33 



H 1 6/08/1989 C 1 P N T33 
H 1 6/16/1989 C 1 N T33 



S 2 7/29/1989 B 6 P P T32 



S 2 


1/06/1989 A 


1 M N H65 


H 2 


1/08/1989 C 


1 


N A54 


H 1 


1/19/1989 C 


1 


N T33 


S 2 


2/23/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


S 2 


3/29/1989 C 


1 


N H65 


CHH 1 


4/10/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


8/28/1989 A 


4 


U 


CHH 1 


9/04/1989 A 


4 


U 


CHH 1 


9/14/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


9/25/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


9/28/1989 A 


1 


N M25 


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 M23 


CHH 1 


11/10/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


H 2 


12/19/1989 C 


1 


N S69 


S 1 


1/05/1989 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


1/11/1989 A 


7 


N 


H 2 


1/12/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 2 


1/13/1989 A 


13 


N 


H 1 


1/28/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/25/1989 B 


4 


N 


CHH 1 


11/20/1989 A 


4 


E 



CHH 1 3/26/1989 A 1 N S17 
H 2 6/24/1989 A 8 P N T37 



S 2 8/15/1989 C 2 P P 



S 2 4/20/1989 A 5 N 

H 2 5/21/1989 B 8 N 

S 2 5/31/1989 A 9 N 

S 2 9/29/1989 A 1 N S92 



2 5/19/1989 C 4 P N 



S 2 7/21/1989 B 4 N 
H 2 10/25/1989 C 1 N M51 



H 2 2/12/1989 C 1 P N M14 



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SEE ALSO CAMPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 
SEE ALSO DAY CAMPS 
SEE ALSO WILDERNESS AREAS, N.C. 
WILDERNESS t, THE VIRTUES OF MAKING DO 

CAMPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 

SEE ALSO CAMPING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 

SEE ALSO DAY CAMPS 

SEE ALSO ELDERHQSTEL 

SEE ALSO SUMMER SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

SEE ALSO THREE SPRINGS OF NORTH CAROLINA 

BOYS' CAMP CALLED BOOST FOR CHATHAM 

FACILITY HILL TREAT 100 BOYS 

PROJECT TO SEND DURHAM STUDENTS TO CAMP FIZZLES 

SUMMER OPTIONSi ACTIVITIES GALORE FOR YOUR CHILDREN 

CAMPUS CLUB OF DUKE UNIV. 
SEE DUKE UNIV. CAMPUS CLUB 

CAMPUS HILLS PARK 

CITY'S MWBE GOALS WORTHY, NOT REALISTIC 
COUNCIL DELAYS VOTE ON CONSTRUCTION PROJECT 

GOALS ARE UNREALISTIC 

COUNCIL TOLD FIRM'S PROPOSAL COULD BE BETTER 

CITY ASKS C.C. WOODS TO INVOLVE MORE WOMEN, MINORITIES IN CAMPUS HILLS.. 

CITY COUNCIL IGNORES REALITIES OF BUSINESS 

COUNCIL NARROWLY OKS RECREATION CENTER CONTRACT 

CAMPUS HILLS VOTE STIRS BITTER DEBATE 

COUNCIL RESUMES DEBATE ON CAMPUS HILLS CONTRACT 

KERCKHOFF'S ASSESSMENT OF MWBE IS CORRECT 

2ND COUNCIL VOTE BACKS CAMPUS HILLS DECISION 

COMBAT REGRETTABLE 

BONDS COULD BE USED FOR CAMPUS HILLS CENTER 

POWELL! BONDS COULD COVER EXCESS PARK COSTS 

COURT RULING SHOUL D FORC E MWBE CHANGE 

REC CENTER BIDS REJECTED 

COUNCIL REJECTS CAMPUS HILLS BIDS 

CITY TO ACCEPT MORE PARK BIDS 

DURHAM PARK GETS JUMP-START 

CANADA 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CANADIAN STUDIES PROGRAM 
OH. CANADA! 
USA FREEZES CANADA 

CANADA, MILITARY 

DUKE PROF SAYS CANADA PEACEFUL 

CANADA, TRADE 

DIPLOMAT TO DISCUSS CANADA TRADE 

SANFORD SAYS N.C. CAN BENEFIT FROM TRADE PACT 

CANADA/U.S. RELATIONS 

CANADIAN HISTORIAN SAYS U.S. 'HATED, BUT LOVED' 

CANADIAN BRASS 

MUSIC GOES AROUND AND AROUND AND COMES OUT HERE 

CANADIAN GEESE 

FORMER FEATHERED TOURISTS CALL N.C. HOME 

CANADIAN STUDIES CENTER 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CANADIAN STUDIES PROGRAM 

CANCER 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 
SEE ALSO BREAST CANCER 
SEE ALSO CARCINOGENS 
SEE ALSO CERVICAL CANCER 



H 2 3/26/1989 E 1 P F W66 



CHH 1 1/03/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/03/1989 A 

H 2 3/24/1989 A 

H 2 4/02/1989 E 



3 N M25 
3 N M25 
1 N J40 
1 P F Zll 



1/02/1989 
1/04/1989 
1/06/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/14/1989 
1/17/1989 
1/18/1989 
1/18/1989 
1/19/1989 
1/19/1989 
1/19/1989 
1/21/1989 
1/27/1989 
1/27/1989 
1/28/1989 
2/07/1989 
2/07/1989 
8/19/1989 
9/11/1989 



A54 



E 
N 
E 

N S69 
N H70 
E 

N S69 
N H70 
N S69 
E 

N H70 
E 

N S69 
N H70 
E 

N S69 
N H70 
N C61 
N C61 



S 2 4/08/1989 C 1 P P M66 
S 2 8/11/1989 D 3 P N A76 



S 2 2/20/1989 A 1 P N M06 



H 2 3/18/1989 B 2 P N 
H 2 4/29/1989 C 1 N A54 



H 2 4/09/1989 B 4 P U H49 
S 2 5/04/1989 D 2 P I 
CHH 1 9/09/1989 A 4 E 



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SEE ALSO CHEMOTHERAPY 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, CANCER 

SEE ALSO COLON CANCER 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 

SEE ALSO DUKE CANCER SUPPORT PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 

SEE ALSO LEUKEMIA 

SEE ALSO LYMPHOMA 

SEE ALSO MISTLETOE 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE 

SEE ALSO ORAL CANCER 

SEE ALSO OVARIAN CANCER 

SEE ALSO PANCREATIC CANCER 

SEE ALSO RADIATION THERAPY 

SEE ALSO RUN AGAINST CANCER 

SEE ALSO SKIN CANCER 

SEE ALSO TERMINAL ILLNESSES 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, HEALTH EFFECTS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

SUPPORT GROUPS HELP CANCER PATIENTS, FAMILIES 

DOCTOR SAYS PATIENTS' LOVE OF LIFE SOMETIMES DEFEATS CANCER 

HENDERSON MAN BATTLES SYSTEM FOR CANCER TREATMENT, LIFE 

SURVEY FINDS NO LINK BETWEEN WELLS, CANCER 

CANCER IN WOMEN MEETING TOPIC 

INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY AT DUKE USED IN BATTLE AGAINST CANCER 

GRANVILLE WOMAN SEEKING CURE FOR CANCER IN GREECE 

WOODROW'S TRUMPET SATIRIZES 'LIBERAL' NEWCOMERS 

FLORIDA HOSPITAL LINKS UP W ITH DUKE CANCER CENTER 

CANCER PATIENTS FEEL BETTER BY LOOKING GOOD 

CANCER, DUKE UNIV. SYMPOSIA 
SEE DUKE UNIV., SYMPOSIA 

CANCER LARYNX 

NEW THROAT-CANCER TREATMENT MAY SPARE VOICE BOX 

CANCER, VAGINAL 

SEE CERVICAL CANCER 
SEE PAP SMEARS 

CANCER RATES 

SURVEY INDICATES SEEMINGLY HIGH CANCER RATE IN AREA 
BUTNER MEETING TO AIR CONCERNS ON CANCER RATE 
SURVEY PLANNED TO GUAGE CANCER RATE IN BUTNER 

CANCER RESE#^CH 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

see also univ. of n.c.-chapel hill cancer research center 
duke cancer research gets grant 
'viruses and cancer' symposium topic 
virus infections cause many cancers, but link is unclear 
tobacco: future health crop? 

pieces of cancer puzzle beginning to fall into place, researchers say 
rti chemist develops colon cancer fighter 
how much radiation is tolerable? 

cancer screening programs 
see also p72.3 
see also health screening program 

panel probes duke for fraud over use of debated cancer test 

duke f€dical center faces inquiry over use of experitcntal cancer test 

clearing the record 

duke medical center on guard for 20/20 

ovarian cancer continues to be killer because doctors lack screening. . . 

lawyer accuses duke hospital of trying to intimidate witnesses 

cancer test lawsuits divide duke's doctors 

duke pathology depart>£nt chairman to resign 

duke cancer test to be topic on '20/20' 

snyderman hopes duke study proves cancer test reliable 



D — DATE- 



S 

E 
C -PG 



I T 
L Y 

L P 



BYL 



1/15/1989 A 

2/12/1989 B 

3/26/1989 A 

3/30/1989 

4/04/1989 

5/04/1989 

6/03/1989 

8/10/1989 

9/16/1989 



CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 10/30/1989 B 



N C60 

U H49 
N N36 
N P41 
N 

N B80 
N C60 
N H90 
N D80 
N C60 



S 2 3/22/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 1/10/1989 C 1 N P41 
H 1 12/05/1989 C 1 N T33 
H 1 12/06/1989 C 1 P N T32 



s 


2 


1/26/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


CHH 1 


3/21/1989 A 


5 P N 


H 


2 


4/06/1989 C 


2 


N C60 


H 


2 


4/14/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/18/1989 B 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 


11/24/1989 C 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 12/29/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/17/1989 C 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 A 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


1/19/1989 A 




N 


H 


2 


3/28/1989 A 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


4/11/1989 B 


2 


: N C60 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


4/23/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/13/1989 C 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 C 


3 


N C60 


H 


2 


6/11/1989 B 


5 


N 



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DIKE DOCTOR SAYS OFFICIALS TRIED TO PROVE HIM MENTALLY INCOMPETENT 
DUKE REPORTEDLY SOLD CONTROVERSIAL CANCER TEST DESPITE PENDING SUITS 

CANCUN, MEXICO 
SEE ALSO MEXICO 
RDU-MEXICO FLIGHT STARTS WITH SELLOUT 

CANDLES 

PERSONAL TOUCH 

CANDY 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
LEGISLATORS STEW OVER ALCOHOL IN CANDY 

■CANDY-ALCOHOL BILL IS SPIKED 
GRIFFEY HAS A 'SWEET* SUING 

CANE CREEK RESERVOIR 

SEE ALSO DROUGHT, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO UNIVERSITY LAKE 
CANE CREEK RESERVOIR MORE THAN 10 PERCENT FULL 
THE THIRSTY ORANGE NOTHING NEW/ JAMES ft. SMITH 

FILL HER UP! A FLOOD OF SNOW AND RAIN HAS GIVEN. . .RESERVOIRS A NEU LOOK 
RESERVOIR WEARING CAPACITY 
THOSE APRIL SHOWERS OUGHT TO DO IT 
CANE CREEK DIPS 18 INCHES BELOW FULL 
WATER OVER THE DAM, CANE CREEK RESERVOIR TOPS OUT EARLY 
WATER OVER THE DAM 
CANE CREEK AND OFFICIALS GUSHING 
RESERVOIR LEVEL TO BE LOWERED 
SOAKING IN THE SHOWERS OF BLESSING 
PICKING PLACES TO PLAY; NEW WATER SITES WON'T OPEN SOON 
HOPE FLOWS FROM WATER AGREEMENT 
LONG LIVE THE LAKE 
OFFICIALS VEXED BY SLUDGE SITES 
OFFICIAL TAKES IN SLUDGE OPERATION 
OWASA HEAD ADVISES CAUTION 
OWASA DELAYS CANE CREEK SLUDGE DECISION 
CHAPEL HILL WATERSHEDS WIN HIGHEST-QUALITY RATING 
WATCH FOR BOVINE EXPELLANT RETAINING DEVICE ORDINANCE 
BOARD POSTPONES SLUDGE PROPOSAL 
OWASA HAD CANE CREEK SLUDGE PERMIT— DEM 

CANNIBALISM 

CANNIBAL-HERO IS VINDICATED 

CANNING (FOOD) 

THE HOME CANNING; BACK TO BASICS SAFER AND EASIER 

CANTALOUPE 

SEE ALSO FRUIT (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC FRUITS) 
VIRGINIA CANTALOUPE FESTIVAL WEDNESDAY 



CANTON N.C. 

CHAMPION SAYS CLOSING MILL 'MAY BE ONLY CHOICE' 
GOV. MARTIN SAYS TENNESSEE'S 'IRRATIONAL ATTITUDE' 
DON'T STIFLE THE ECONOMY 

CAPE HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE 

A LIGHTHOUSE ON THE BRINK 

MOVING LIGHTHOUSE STILL TOO RISKY A MOVE 

LET'S MOVE THE LIGHTHOUSE 

SAVE THE LIGHT, BUT FACE REALITY 

DON'T MOVE THE LIGHTHOUSE 

CAPE HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE WILL BE MOVED BACK 

PILKEY: LIGHTHOUSE MOVE ONLY ANSWER 

MOVING LIGHTHOUSE NOT WORTH THE RISK 

LIGHTHOUSE ON THE MOVE 

CAPITAL CITIES-ABC INC. 

SEE ALSO ABC (AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO.) 



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H 
H 


2 
2 


6/28/1989 C 
7/15/1989 C 


1 N 
1 N 



H 2 2/12/1989 B 7 N 



S 2 1/17/1989 C 1 P P K30 



2 2/15/1989 D 
2 2/17/1989 A 
2 5/09/1989 A 



4 N 

10 N 

4 E 



CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1/19/1989 

2/20/1989 

2/24/1989 

3/10/1989 

3/12/1989 

3/21/1989 

3/24/1989 

3/25/1989 

3/28/1989 

4/06/1989 

4/16/1989 

5/21/1989 

6/28/1989 

8/25/1989 

11/10/1989 

12/01/1989 

12/01/1989 

12/02/1989 

12/02/1989 

12/10/1989 

12/15/1989 

12/15/1989 



L90 



L90 
PP T44 



N 

U 

N 

N 

P 

N 

N L90 

P L38 

E 

N 

NL90 
E 



N M20 
N M20 
N M70 
N M25 
N M25 
U 

N M25 
NM25 



H 2 8/05/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 8/23/1989 B 1 P F Zll 



H 1 7/22/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 


2 1/26/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


2 1/27/1989 A 


12 P N 


H 


2 2/13/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 5/31/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 6/22/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 6/24/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 8/30/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 9/04/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/18/1989 C 


1 N 


S 


2 12/18/1989 A 


1 P N Yll 


S 


2 12/19/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/20/1989 A 


4 E 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX B 
12/31/1989 



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CORPORATE GADFLY PUTS ON 'COMEDY' 

CAPITAL GAINS TAXES 
SEE ALSO INCOME TAXES 
SEE ALSO TAXES, U.S. 

MODIFY OR REMOVE CAPITAL GAINS TAX 

COMMON SENSE ON CAPITAL GAINS 

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, DURHAM (CIP) 
CITY REMOVING UNDERGROUND FUEL TANKS 
BONDS SELL AT LOU RATE, SAVE MONEY 
BALLPARK PRICE ESTIMATED BY CITY AT $16.5 MILLION 
THE LOSS LEADERS; PUBLIC PROJECTS TO COST MUCH MORE THAN ESTIMATES 
KEEP FEES REASONABLE 

INSIGHT/SUPERBONDS! $430-MILLI0N WISH LIST COULD SPAWN BULLISH TAX... 
OPEN LETTER TO COUNCIL MEMBERS, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, DURHAM CO. (CIP) 

BOND REFERENDUM POSSIBILITY ON COMMISSIONERS' AGENDA 

BOARD MULLS $60 MILLION LIST OF BUILDING PROJECTS 

COUNTY YET TO SPEND $80 MILLION IN BONDS 

COUNTY HAS SPENT OVER $41 MILLION OF BOND PACKAGE 

COUNTY HAS NEEDS WORTH $85 MILLION, PLAN SAYS 

COUNTY SEEKS PAY-AS-YOU-GO TIMETABLE ON CAPITAL PROJECTS 

COUNTY EYES $89 MILLION BOND TAB 

COUNTY SETS SCHEDULE FOR PROJECTS' FUNDING 

PROJECT-FUNDING PLAN APPROVED BY COUNTY 

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

SEE DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 
SEE DEATH SENTENCES, U.S. 

CAPITALISM 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY. U.S. 
FLUNKING CAPITALISM 

CAPTIVE-AIRE SYSTEMS, INC. 

COMPANY TO MOVE ITS HEADQUARTERS TO FRANKLIN COUNTY 

CAR BOMBS 
SEE BOMBS 
SEE TERRORISM 

CAR RENTALS 

SEE AUTOS, RENTAL 

CAR TALK (RADIO SHOW) 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
'CAR TALK'/RADIO COMEDY AND THE ART OF AUTO REPAIR 

CAR WASH 

CARWASH WASHING 

STEAM HEAT 

SNOW XB 

COUNCIL MAY ALLOW MORE CAR WASHES 

CAR WASH PROPOSAL TOO STRICT, DEVELOPERS SAY 

A CAR WASH WITH A MISSION 

CHANGES WILL ALLOW SOLO CAR WASHES 

DOUBLE-STRENGTH CLEANING 

CARBON MONOXIDE 

UNC STUDY: CARBON MONOXIDE MAY ADD TO HEART ATTACK RISK 

CARBON MONOXIDE POISONINGS 

SEE ACCIDENTS, CARBON MONOXIDE 

CARCINOGENS 

SEE ALSO CANCER 
REGULATION OF TOXIC EMISSIONS URGED, ADVOCACY GROUP UNVEILS RESULTS... 
EPA PROBING DRY CLEANING EMISSIONS 



N 

P 


E 
D 


E L Y 
— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


5/03/1989 C 


1 PNN36 


CHH 1 
H 2 


8/22/1989 A 
9/23/1989 A 


4 L 

4 E 


H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


3/22/1989 C 
3/22/1989 C 
3/23/1989 C 
3/29/1989 A 
4/12/1989 A 
5/07/1989 D 
5/07/1989 D 


1 N S69 
1 N H65 
1 N S69 
4 E 

4 E 

1 T F A20 

5 P U 


H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 


2 3/23/1989 B 
2 3/28/1989 C 
2 7/05/1989 A 
2 7/06/1989 D 
2 7/25/1989 A 
2 10/24/1989 B 
2 10/24/1989 B 
2 12/15/1989 C 
2 12/19/1989 C 


5 P N A54 
1 N A54 
1 N H65 
7 N 
1 N S69 
1 N S69 
1 P N H65 
1 PN H65 
1 N H65 



H 2 1/03/1989 A 4 E 
H 1 8/17/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 2 10/27/1989 D 


3 P F B71 


S 2 


1/10/1989 C 


1 P P K30 


S 2 


3/10/1989 C 


1PPT32 


CHH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 


4/17/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


4/19/1989 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 


5/23/1989 A 


3 P P T44 


CHH 1 


5/24/1989 A 


3 N 


H 2 


7/19/1989 C 


3 P P C45 


H 2 11/15/1989 C 


1 N C60 



2 2/28/1989 A 
2 5/29/1989 C 



1 C N C60 
1 N K65 



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1/01/1989 - 12/51/1989 



SUBJECTS 



RESIDENTS CALL FOR EXPANDED CLEANUP PLAN AT KOPPERS CO. 
CARCINOGEN LEVELS IN DRINKING UATER NO CAUSE FOR ALARM 
CARCINOGENS FOUND SEEPING INTO UELLS/CONTAMINATED UATER SAMPLES 
SURVEY PLANNED TO GUAGE CANCER RATE IN BUTNER 

CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, HEART CATHETERIZATION AND SURGERY 
SEE ALSO HEART DISEASE 
SEE ALSO HEART SURGERY 
STUDY: FISH OIL LOWERS RISK OF REBLOCKED ARTERIES 

CARDIAC REHABILITATION PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. DUPAC PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE 
CARDIAC REHABILITATION WEEK ENDING TODAY 

CARDIOVASCULAR DIAGNOSTICS INC. 

BIOTECHNOLOGY COMPANY REPAYS START-UP GRANTS 

CAREER BURNOUT 
SEE STRESS 

CARIBBEAN 

CARIBBEAN CUISINE COMES TO DURHAM 

CARING HOUSE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 
CAMPAIGN BEGINS TO BUILD HOUSE TO LODGE CANCER PATIENTS AT DUKE 
BENEFIT HELD TO GENERATE FUNDS FOR CARING HOUSE 

CARING PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD OF N.C. 
'CARING PROGRAM' HELPS THE CHILDREN 
PROGRAM SEEKS TO FILL INSURANCE GAP FOR CHILDREN FROM LOU-EARNING... 

CARITAS 

GROUP REMEMBERS 1945 A-BOMBING OF JAPANESE CITIES 

CARLIE B. SESSOMS AWARD 

SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 

NOMINATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR AUARD 

HERBERT, ALSTON RECEIVE AUARD 

HUMAN RELATIONS AGENCY HONORS COMMUNITY LEADERS AT CELEBRATION 

HUMAN-RELATIONS GROUP MARKS ANNIVERSARY 

CARLSON CONSTRUCTORS 

FIRM DISPUTES COURTHOUSE BIDS 

BOND BACKS DURHAM FIRM FOR COURTHOUSE RENOVATION 

CARNEGIE CORPORATE FUND 

PROGRAM GIVES COLLEGE-BOUND TEENS INCENTIVE 
EDGEMONT CENTER, MUSEUM GET CARNEGIE GRANT 
CARNEGIE CORP. AWARDS GRANTS 

CARNEGIE FOUNDATION 

TWO PROFS DOWNGRADE EDUCATION 

CARNIVORE PRESERVATION TRUST 
SEE ALSO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY 
CHATHAM COUNTY FARM LAND BECOMES HOME FOR EXOTIC CATS 

CAROCHEM INC. 

CAROCHEM EMPLOYEE DRAWS 18 YEARS FOR ARSON, EMBEZZLING 

CAROCO SERVICE STATION (ROXBORO ROAD) 

STORE DISQUALIFIED FOR FOOD STAMP VIOLATIONS 

CAROCO SERVICE STATION (UNIVERSITY DRIVE) 

STATE CLOSER TO PINPOINTING DURHAM CREEK GAS LEAK 



D — DATE- 



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2 10/21/1989 A 
2 11/23/1989 A 
1 12/06/1989 C 



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-PG L P BYL 

1 N K65 
1 N T33 
1 M N S69 
1 P N T32 



H 2 4/20/1989 A 16 N C60 



CHH 1 2/18/1989 A 



H 2 1/04/1989 C 



2 N L90 
1 N K65 



S 2 5/17/1989 C 1 P F G59 



H 2 6/13/1989 C 
CHH 1 11/12/1989 A 



1/25/1989 D 
6/17/1989 C 



8 N 
10 U 



10 P N P38 
3 N S22 



CHH 1 8/06/1989 A 3 P N C62 



2 9/06/1989 A 
2 10/03/1989 A 
2 10/12/1989 C 
2 10/12/1989 B 



CHH 1 
S 2 



6/06/1989 C 
7/07/1989 A 



3/27/1989 A 
3/31/1989 C 
4/24/1989 C 



9 N H65 
1 P N C61 
1 N C47 
7 P N K30 



1 N H65 
1 P N H65 



3 N 
1 N 
3 N 



S 2 11/09/1989 C 1 N E33 



H 2 12/15/1989 C 

H 2 8/01/1989 B 

H 2 8/31/1989 C 

S 2 1/18/1989 C 



2 P N 

1 N S82 

1 N S69 

1 N M06 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



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CAROL WOODS (RETIREMENT COMPLEX) 
SEE ALSO RETIREMENT HOMES 

P£TIRE€NT COMMUNITY RECEIVES ACCREDITATION CHH 1 
FROM EXERCISE TO ESTATES; UNC HOLDS INFORMATION FAIR FOR SENIOR CITIZENS CHH 1 

NEW PLANS FILED FOR CAROL WOODS CHH 1 

PRELIMINARY CAROL WOODS PLANS GET THUMBS UP CHH 1 

CAROL WOODS CELEBRATES 10TH BIRTHDAY CHH 1 

CAROLANE PROPANE GAS CO. 

COMPETING TRIANGLE PROPANE-GAS FIRMS JOIN TO FEED HOMELESS 
GRILL GOODIES 



CAROLEE APARTMENTS 

DUKE CLEARS APARTMENTS FOR MEDICAL CENTER OFFICES 

CAROLINA AIR CARE 

SEE N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, HELICOPTER SERVICE 

CAROLINA ALL-STAR TWIRLERS 
SEE ALSO BATON TWIRLING 
TOP TWIRLERS 

CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO. 

MORTUARY CHARGED IN BODY PARTS SALE 

CAROLINA BLIND & DRAPERY 

CAROLINA BLIND & DRAPERY (AD) 

CAROLINA BY PRODUCTS 

ORANGE HIGH EDUCATORS MAKE GOOD USE OF REFUSE 

CAROLINA CABLE 

CAROLINA CABLE RESPONDS TO CRITICS 

CABLE OUTAGES PLANNED 

CAROLINA CABLE WILL ADD 3 CHANNELS 

CAROLINA CINEMA CORP. OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA THEATER (DURHAM, N.C.) 
CAROLINA THEATRE'S $21.4 MILLION RENOVATIONS ON TODAY'S AGENDA 
$14.05 MILLION PLAN PROPOSED FOR RENOVATING CAROLINA THEATRE 
GETTING BACK TO REALITY; REVISED CAROLINA THEATRE PLANS DESERVE... 
THEATER REPAIR COSTS TOO HIGH FOR TAXPAYERS 
PARTY HONORS ARTIST MAUD 6ATEW00D 
SPECIAL FILMS WILL RUN IN FALL 

CAROLINA CLOSETS 

CAROLINA CLOSETS (AD) 

CAROLINA COASTAL CELEBRATION 

SEE ALSO BEACHES, N.C. AND S.C. 
SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 

CAROLINA COASTAL CELEBRATION SLATED THIS WEEKEND IN RALEIGH 

LANDLUBBERS TASTE HIGH-TIDE LIFE 

CAROLINA COMMUNITY RE-ENTRY PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO REHABILITATION THERAPY 
OLD/NEW DURHAM; HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY WILL HONOR PROJECTS... 

CAROLINA CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM (PROPOSED) 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CIVIC CENTER (OLD) 
MUSEUM OF ART SUGGESTED FOR OLD CIVIC CENTER 
OLD CIVIC CENTER MAY BECOME ART MUSEUM 
VARIABLES FUZZ PICTURE OF CITY'S ARTS BREAM 

CAROLINA CRUISERS CAR CLUB 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, ANTIQUE 
CAROLINA CRUISERS WILL HOST CAR SHOW 



1/18/1989 
4/21/1989 
5/11/1989 
6/05/1989 
12/09/1989 



S 2 12/01/1989 C 
S 2 12/04/1989 C 



5 N 
3 P N L90 
5 P N M70 
3 N M70 
3 P N 



5 N E33 

4 P P T32 



S 2 7/05/1989 B 1 N S92 



H 2 9/23/1989 C 

H 2 1/02/1989 B 

S 2 4/19/1989 G 

CHH 1 8/20/1989 A 



CHH 1 7/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/25/1989 A 



H 2 2/01/1989 C 

H 2 3/01/1989 C 

H 2 3/03/1989 A 

S 2 3/03/1989 A 

H 2 4/25/1989 A 

S 2 5/18/1989 D 



2 P P R56 
5 N 

9 A 

3 P N 



3 N 
3 N 
3 N 



1 N 1466 

1 N N36 

4 E 

4 E 

6 P U W15 

11 N 



S 2 4/19/1989 F 7 D A 



H 1 4/06/1989 C 
S 2 4/06/1989 D 



1 N H60 
3 P N B71 



H 2 5/02/1989 B 1 P F S56 



2 3/10/1989 C 
2 3/10/1989 C 
2 3/13/1989 A 



1 N S69 
1 N H70 
4 E 



S 2 4/11/1989 D 6 N A76 






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



SUBJECTS 



CONCERTS, CRUZ-IN AID GOOD CAUSES 

CAROLINA DANCE ACADEMY 
ANNIVERSARY PRACTICE 

CAROLINA DANCE COMPANY 

RHYTHM MAKES BEST IN JAZZ-DANCE DEBUT 

CAROLINA DESIGNER CRAFTSMEN 

ART AND CRAFT; DESIGNER CftAFTSKEN MAKE TWAIN TO MEET FOR 20 YEARS NOW 
CAROLINA DESIGNER CRAFTSMEN GUILD; SHOW MARKS 20TH YEAR 
DESIGNER CRAFTSMEN UPHOLD N.C.'S GOOD NAME 
WORKS GO ON SALE/CAROLINA DESIGNER CRAFTSMEN 

CAROLINA DUKE MOTOR INN 

POLICE LOG/VAN STRIKES 2 PEDESTRIANS 

CAROLINA FARM STEWARDSHIP ASSOCIATION 

STATE GROUP KEEPS CHECK ON 'ORGANICS' 

CAROLINA FITNESS 
SEE ALSO EXERCISE 

SEE ALSO NUTRITION 
SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FITNESS 
SEE ALSO HEIGHT CONTROL 
FITNESS THE CAROLINA WAY 

CAROLINA FRIENDS HIGH SCHOOL 

SEE CAROLINA FRIENDS UPPER SCHOOL 

CAROLINA FRIENDS MIDDLE SCHOOL 
BAG IT! 

CAROLINA FRIENDS SCHOOL (GENERAL HEADING) 
HOLIDAY GETS DIFFERENT FOCUS 
COMMUNITY GETS A HAND FROM CFS 
CFSERS BREAK A LEG FOR HEAD START 

HILLHAVEN TRIP GIVES LESSONS IN COURAGE, SERVICE AND CARING 

STUDENTS BUILD CASTLES, PLAN FEASTS 

CFS STUDENTS PREPARE FOR PARIS TRIP 

TESTING REAL WORLD 

TRASHIN' IT 

GIGANTIC BUBBLES 

HAPPY MAY DAY! 

HELPING HAND 

CAROLINA FRIENDS SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL 

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

FRIENDS SCHOOL PRINCIPAL APPOINTED 

CORRECTION 

NEW PRINCIPAL EMBRACES SCHOOL'S PHILOSOPHY 

CAROLINA FRIENDS UPPER SCHOOL 

CFS HONORS KING IN ITS SPECIAL WAY 
CFSERS CELEBRATE 

CAROLINA GAY AND LESBIAN ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO HOMOSEXUALS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, HOMOSEXUALS 
BILL TO BAN FUNDING OF GAY GROUPS BLASTED 
LEGISLATORS SHOULDN'T RUN STATE CAMPUSES/GUEST COLUMNIST 

CAROLINA HOSPITAL ALCOHOLISM PROGRAM SERVICES 
SEE CHAPS CENTER 

CAROLINA INDIAN CIRCLE 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CAROLINA INDIAN CIRCLE 

CAROLINA INN (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

AILING CAROLINA INN MAY CHANGE HANDS; PLANS CALLED 'VERY TENTATIVE' 



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H 2 4/17/1989 B 1 
H 2 6/02/1989 D 15 
H 2 1/31/1989 B 7 



H 2 10/12/1989 A 6 

H 2 10/13/1989 D 10 

H 2 11/05/1989 E 8 

H 2 11/24/1989 D 8 



H 2 11/21/1989 B 1 
CHH 1 8/06/1989 A 1 



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LP BYL 

U U66 

P P C45 

RL59 



P F W66 

P F W66 

P R G68 

N B71 



N M51 
N M25 



CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 5 N 



s 


2 


4/21/1989 A 


10 P P T37 


S 2 

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


1/21/1989 A 
1/27/1989 A 
1/28/1989 B 
2/06/1989 A 
2/11/1989 B 
2/25/1989 B 
3/25/1989 B 
4/17/1989 C 
5/05/1989 A 
5/05/1989 C 
9/30/1989 B 


4 E 
8PU S76 
1 P U S76 
6 U 
1 P U T37 
1 P U T37 
1 P P 
1 P P T37 
8 P P T37 
1 P P T37 
1 P P T37 


S 
H 
S 
S 


2 
2 
2 
2 


2/16/1989 A 
2/17/1989 C 
2/18/1989 A 
9/29/1989 C 


1 P N 

1 P N J40 

2 N 

1 P N S92 


S 
H 


2 
2 


1/20/1989 A 
6/10/1989 B 


8 P U T37 
1 P P T44 


CHH 1 

CHH 1 


4/20/1989 A 
5/03/1989 A 


3 P N S17 

4 P U 



CHH 1 3/24/1989 A 3 P N S17 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



MANAGERS URGE UNC NOT TO SURRENDER CAROLINA INN CONTROL 
HELP CAROLINA INN, COLLECTION 
CAROLINA INN'S FATE UNCERTAIN 

CAROLINA INTERFAITH TASK FORCE 

MARCHERS BEGIN CENTRAL AMERICA 'PEACE PILGRIMAGE' 
GROUP TO GATHER GIFTS FOR CITY IN NICARAGUA 

CAROLINA LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
SEE ALSO DURHAM BULLS 
SEE ALSO HAGERSTOUN SUNS 
SEE ALSO KINSTON INDIANS (BASEBALL TEAM) 
SEE ALSO PENINSULA PILOTS (BASEBALL TEAM) 

SEE ALSO PRINCE WILLIAM CANNONS (FORMERLY PRINCE WILLIAM YANKEES) 
SEE ALSO PRINCE WILLIAM YANKEES 
SEE ALSO RALEIGH, N.C., BASEBALL STADIUM 
SEE ALSO SALEM BUCCANEERS 
SEE ALSO WINSTON-SALEM SPIRITS 

JOHNSON, KIRK, SIEBERT KEEP FLYING WITH PILOTS 

UNLESS ORIOLES PASS ON TOP PITCHER, BRAVES LIKELY TO DRAFT POWER HrTTER 

BULLS CLINCH TITLE WITH 8-6 VICTORY 

BULLS CLINCH FIRST-HALF PENNANT 

CHANGES MAY BE IN STORE FOR CL NEXT SEASON 

TELEVISION BEGINNING TO MAKE IMPACT ON SEVERAL CAROLINA LEAGUE TEAMS 

LEO 'MUSCLE' SHOALS, CAROLINA LEAGUE HOME RUN KING GREW INTO LEGEND 

PILOTS DECLARE INDEPENDENCE FROM CL CELLAR/BASEBALL 

LEVIS IS BACK IN SUING AFTER SHAKY CL START 

AT LAST! BULLS CLINCH CROWN 

BULLS' UTILE GETS LEAGUE HONOR 

BULLS' PENNANT SO NEAR YET... 

CANNONS DUMP BULLS FOR CL CROWN 

CAROLINA LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME 

BULLS PACE ALL-STAR GAME SELECTIONS 

TILMON GETS WIN, ALL-STAR BERTH 

CL ALL-STARS '89 (SPECIAL SECTION) 

BULLS' SEAN ROSS KNOWS BASEBALL IS HIS SPORT 

BULLS IN THE CAROLINA LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME 

DAP PREPARES FOR CL ALL-STAR BASH 

DEAK'S MOVE BEHIND PLATE PAYS DIVIDENDS 

DODD JOHNSON SET FOR SHOWTIME 

STRIKE PUT '81 CL GAME IN SPOTLIGHT 

ALL-STAR FORMAT CHANGES OVER THE YEARS 

JIM MILLS LISTS HIS ALL-TIME GREATS FROM THE CL 

BULLS' STARS GET CHANCE TO SHINE 

ALL-STAR GAME IS SPECIAL FOR ALL INVOLVED 

GABELLA'S MOMENT OF GLORY OVERSHADOWED DREADFUL SEASON 

CAROLINA LEAGUE 1989 ALL-STAR GAME (SPECIAL SECTION) 

DEAR CAROLINA LEAGUE FAN... 

SAME GAME, DIFFERENT TEAM FOR BULLS' LITTLE 

TWO 'CRASH' HRS BEGAN ALL-STAR RUN 

BULLS ALL-STARS SINCE 1980 

SOUTHERN DIVISION ALL-STARS 

NORTHERN DIVISION ALL-STARS 

BULLS, ALL-1980S 

SOUTH SQUEAKS BY NORTH 2-1 FOR ALL-STAR WIN 

PITCHING POINTERS 

SOUTH STARS NOTCH WIN IN PITCHERS' DUEL 

LEWIS' BLAST EARNS MVP 

LITTLE TRIPLES; THREE BULLS ARE STARS 

CAROLINA MOTOR CLUB 

DURHAM GAS PRICES HIGHEST, AAA SAYS 

OIL SPILL MOT SOLE CAUSE OF PRICE INCREASES, AAA SPOKESMAN SAYS 

BURLINGTON, ROXBORO GET SAFETY AWARDS 

AAA CITES CHAPEL HILL FOR PEDESTRIAN SAFETY 

IN DURHAM STATIONS MAY DROP CAR CHECKS 



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CHH 1 3/29/1989 A 
H 2 4/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/03/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/30/1989 A 



1 P N S17 
4 L 
1 N S17 



1 P N R63 

2 N D38 



H 


2 


4/23/1989 C 


2 P N C52 


H 


2 


5/28/1989 C 


2 N C52 


H 


2 


6/14/1989 D 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 


6/14/1989 D 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


6/18/1989 C 


2 P N C52 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 C 


2 N C52 


H 


2 


7/16/1989 C 


2 P N C52 


H 


2 


8/06/1989 C 


2 P N P75 


H 


2 


8/20/1989 B 


2 P N P75 


H 


2 


8/29/1989 B 


1 N P75 


H 


2 


8/29/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


9/07/1989 D 


1 U M88 


H 


2 


9/07/1989 D 


1 P N P75 


H 


2 


7/09/1989 C 


1 N C52 


S 


2 


7/17/1989 D 


3 U P52 


s 


2 


7/17/1989 D 


5 D F 


s 


2 


7/17/1989 D 


6 P N P52 


s 


2 


7/17/1989 D 


6 P F 


s 


2 


7/17/1989 D 


7 P N P52 


s 


2 


7/17/1989 D 


7 P N P52 


s 


2 


7/17/1989 D 


8 P N P52 


s 


2 


7/17/1989 D 


8 N A76 


s 


2 


7/17/1989 D 


8 N A76 


s 


2 


7/17/1989 D 


9 P N A76 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 B 


1 P N P75 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 B 


1 P U M88 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 B 


1 P N G50 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 D 


1 P P 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 D 


2 P F 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 D 


3 P F C52 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 D 


5 P F P75 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 D 


7 P F 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 D 


8 F 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 D 


8 F 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 D 


13 P F C52 


H 


2 


7/19/1989 D 


1 P N P75 


S 


2 


7/19/1989 A 


1 P P C45 


S 


2 


7/19/1989 D 


1 P N P52 


S 


2 


7/19/1989 D 


1 P N A76 


S 


2 


8/29/1989 C 


3 P N 


H 


2 


3/28/1989 D 


4 N 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


1 N S17 


H 


1 


7/19/1989 C 


1 N H60 


CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 


3 N L90 


S 


2 


1 1/13/1989 A 


1 N E33 



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SEE ALSO MURDER, N.C. 
SEE ALSO THEATERS, N.C. 
DEATH FOR DINNER: CAROLINA MURDER MYSTERIES LETS AUDIENCE PLAY... 

CAROLINA ORGAN PROCUREMENT AGENCY 

SEE ALSO ORGAN DONORS AND TRANSPLANTS 
HEALTH OFFICIALS CAMPAIGNING FOR N.C. DONORS 
N.C. LAGGING BEHIND NATION IN ORGAN DONATIONS 
STUDY: DOCTORS HESITATE TO SUGGEST ORGAN DONATIONS 

CAROLINA POLL 
SEE ALSO POLLS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 

UNC POLL'. UOHEN STILL STUCK WITH HOUSEUORK 

UOMEN STILL CARRY LOAD 

FEU REPORT JOB BLUES, UNC POLL STATES 

ANTI-ABORTION SENTIMENT CLEAR IN CAROLINA POLL RESULTS 

CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT CO. 

DEVELOPER, GAS CO. FILE COMPLAINT AGAINST CPU. 

NUCLEAR REGULATORY AGENCY PROPOSES FINING CPU. $75,000 

DEVELOPER PREDICTS CPU. WILL LOSE FEE 

CPU. SHOULD BEHAVE ITSELF IN CHATHAM 

CPU. POLICY DESIGNED TO KEEP PRICES LOU 

STATE COMMISSION DENIES DEVELOPER'S POUER REQUEST 

CHATHAM BOARD TO CONSIDER 2HJJT SUBDIVISION 

TUO-LOT SUBDIVISION GIVEN PLANNERS' PRELIMINARY OK 

CPU. HAY FACE $150,000 PENALTY PROPOSED BY NRC 

CAUTION IN EVERY CORNER/SUNDAY FOCUS! SHIPPING NUCLEAR UASTE 

CPU. UAITING ON OK FOR SHIPPING UASTE/SUNDAY FOCUS: SHIPPING NUCLEAR... 

SHEARON HARRIS HAS EXTRA SPACE FOR SPENT FUEL 

NUCLEAR UASTE RAIL TRAVEL PLANS APPROVED BY NRC 

POUER COMPANY SAYS GENERATORS DEFECTIVE 

GROUP FIRM ON OPPOSITION TO CHATHAM NUCLEAR DUMP 

CPU. FINDS IT DUNS 43X OF LAND EYED FOR UASTE FACILITY 

CAROLINA POUER AND LIGHT CO., EMPLOYEES 
CPU. CUTS 500 JOBS 
EFFECT OF CPU. LAYOFFS UNCERTAIN 

CAROLINA PROJECTS THEATER 

CAROLINA PROJECTS THEATER LIGHTS UP THE NIGHT 



CAROLINA REFINISHERS, INC. 

FIRM HELPS BUSINESSES KEEP 



GOOD THINGS' 



CAROLINA REST HOME 

FIRE CAUSES REST HOME EVACUATION 

FIRE MARSHAL: PATIENT SET FIRE IN REST HOME 

CAROLINA SOLITE CO. 

UASTE-BURNING PLANT PROMPTS CALLS IN STANLY COUNTY 

CAROLINA SIMER 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, CURRICULUM 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, SUMMER SCHOOL 
APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE FOR CAROLINA SUMMER SLOTS 
50 HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS SOUGHT FOR 'CAROLINA SUMMER' 

CAROLINA TARUHEELS BICYCLE CLUB 
SEE ALSO BICYCLE TRIPS 
SEE ALSO BICYCLES 
CAROLINA TARUHEELS PLAN A BIG BIKING UEEKEND 

CAROLINA TELEPHONE CO. 

EX-CAROLINA TELEPHONE PRESIDENT DIES 

OXFORD, HENDERSON UILL VOTE ON EXPANDED PHONE SERVICE 



PROGRAM 



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



H 2 10/20/1989 D 3 P F Zll 



CHH 1 4/23/1989 A 3 N L90 
CHH 1 4/23/1989 A 3 N L90 
H 2 5/08/1989 B 1 N 



S 2 4/04/1989 C 
S 2 4/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/31/1989 A 



1 C N 

4 E 

5 N 
3 N 



H 2 
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 
CHH 1 



1/02/1989 A 
1/05/1989 B 
1/06/1989 A 
1/11/1989 
1/17/1989 
1/28/1989 
3/07/1989 
3/09/1989 
3/18/1989 
4/02/1989 
4/02/1989 
4/02/1989 
4/16/1989 
5/03/1989 
11/13/1989 
11/21/1989 



12 
4 
1 
4 
4 
1 
3 
5 

14 
1 
1 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 



M25 



N 
N 
N 
E 
L 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N 

N C62 
N M25 
N K25 
N M25 
N 

N M25 
N M25 



H 2 8/29/1989 C 
CHH 1 9/01/1989 A 



H 2 10/13/1989 D 
S 2 11/27/1989 C 



1 N 

3 N M25 



18 N B71 
1 P N E33 



H 2 4/10/1989 B 1 P P L38 
S 2 4/11/1989 C 1 N B53 

H 2 1/08/1989 C 3 N 



CHH 1 1/19/1989 A 5 N 
H 2 2/28/1989 C 9 N U80 



CHH 1 5/27/1989 A 6 U 



H 2 3/19/1989 B 5 
H 1 11/16/1989 C 1 N T33 



CAROLINA THEATER (DURHAM, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA CINEMA CORP. OF DURHAM 



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S 
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P D 

TOO RICH FOR DURHAM H 2 1/05/1989 A 4 

THE OLD CAROLINA THEATRE DESERVES NEW EXCELLENCE H 2 1/12/1989 A 4 

NOW DURHAM HAS A CHANCE TO DO CAROLINA THEATRE RIGHT H 2 1/13/1989 A 4 

LACK OF ACTION COSTS DURHAM BOND-BACKERS S 2 1/14/1989 A 4 

CAROLINA THEATRE'S «21.4 MILLION RENOVATIONS ON TODAY'S AGENDA H 2 2/01/1989 C 1 

«14.05 MILLION PLAN PROPOSED FOR RENOVATING CAROLINA THEATRE H 2 3/01/1989 C 1 

CAROLINA THEATER PROJECT EXPENSIVE S 2 3/01/1989 A 1 

GETTING BACK TO REALITY; REVISED CAROLINA THEATRE PLANS DESERVE... H 2 3/03/1989 A 4 

THEATER REPAIR COSTS TOO HIGH FOR TAXPAYERS S 2 3/03/1989 A 4 

DURHAM WON'T SELL OUT ITS GRAND OLD THEATER H 2 3/11/1989 A 4 

SCALED-BACK PLAN FOR THEATER WOULD COST $11.4 MILLION H 2 5/27/1989 C 1 

THEATER RENOVATION WILL BE EASIER TO SELL S 2 5/31/1989 A 4 

CHEAPER PLAN READY FOR CAROLINA THEATER S 2 6/05/1989 A 1 

A MORE REASONABLE PRICE; CAROLINA THEATRE PROPOSAL GOES BEFORE CITY... H 2 6/09/1989 A 4 

COUNCIL, COMMISSIONERS EYE NEW WAY TO PAY FOR THEATER S 2 6/09/1989 A 6 

BOND ISSUE LOOPHOLE PONDERED FOR THEATRE PROJECT H 2 6/10/1989 A 1 

CITY.COUNTY EYE PLAN FOR CAROLINA THEATER S 2 6/10/1989 C 1 

REVI SED T HEATER PLAN S 2 6/12/1989 A 1 

VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT TO PAINT HISTORIC THEATER S 2 6/23/1989 A 3 

PAINT UP, FIX UP S 2 6/26/1989 A 6 

COUNTY YET TO SPEND *80 MILLION IN BONDS S 2 7/05/1989 A 1 

INSIGHT/THE SHOW MUST GO ON) AT WHAT PRICE, HOW, AND TO WHAT END? H 2 7/23/1989 D 1 

PANEL USES LOOPHOLE TO AVOID REFERENDUM FOR BONDS ON THEATER H 2 8/02/1989 C 1 

FINANCING FOR THEATER FINESSED H 2 8/05/1989 A 4 

COMMISSION CHAIRMAN BELL AVOIDS COSTS OVERRUN ISSUE H 2 8/21/1989 A 4 

CAROLINA UREN PRESS 

THEME OF LOLLYPOP BOOKS CONTINUES UNDER LEADERSHIP OF CAROLINA WREN... 
DURHAM PRESS' TITLES SELECTED FOR EXHIBIT 

CAROUSEL (PLAY) 

AN EMOTIONAL AFFAIR/'CAROUSEL' 

CAROUSELS 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON CAROUSEL FESTIVAL 
MERRY-GO-ROUND MERRIMENT 
NEW CAROUSEL POPULAR AMONG ALL AGES 

CARPENTERS (TRADE) 

JAPANESE WOODWORKING, CARPENTRY SENSITIVE SAYS CHATHAM MAN 

CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET INC. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE DURHAM SUN; CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET (AD) S 

CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET TO BE SOLD, MOVED FROM DOWNTOWN H 

CARPENTER'S CAR FIRM SOLD, WILL LEAVE MAIN ST. SITE S 

CARPENTER'S INC. 

SEE CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET INC. 

CARPENTER'S R.C. RACEWAY 

SEE ALSO RADIO-CONTROLLED AIRPLANES AND CARS 
INDOOR RACING HITS DOWNTOWN DURHAM 

RADIO-CONTROLLED RACE CARS GIVE 'DRIVERS' TRACK THRILLS WITHOUT RISKS 
RADIO-CONTROLLED RACING TAKES OFF IN DURHAM 

CARPET TOWNE 

KEN LLOYD'S CARPET TOWNE (AD) 

CARPETS 

POLICE LOG/COCAINE CHARGES LODGED 

CARR MILL SHOPPING rtALL 

GROWTH HAS GIVEN CARRBORO ONE PROBLEM IT CAN'T PAW ON/SUNDAY FOCUS CHH 1 3/05/1989 A 1 

CARR MILL MALL ON MARKET A YEAR BEFORE BUYER FOUND CHH 1 3/18/1989 A 3 

CARR MILL MALL TALKS 'NOT REAL ENCOURAGING' CHH 1 6/16/1989 A 1 

NO AGREEMENT YET ON CARR MILL MALL CHH 1 6/29/1989 A 3 

CARR MILL NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUING CHH 1 7/25/1989 A 3 

MD. FIRM BUYS CARR MILL MALL CHH 1 8/19/1989 A 1 



I T 
L Y 

L P 



BYL 



E 
L 

L 
E 

N U66 
N N36 
N H70 
E 
E 
L 

N R63 
E 

N C61 
E 

N C61 
N R63 
N C61 
N 



P T32 

N H65 
F S56 
N R63 
E 
L 



H 2 1/08/1989 D 3 P U H45 
S 2 10/16/1989 A 7 N 



H 2 10/20/1989 D 9 R B77 



H 2 8/01/1989 B 1 P P C45 
S 2 8/22/1989 A 6 P N G59 



H 2 4/02/1989 B 1 U N36 



2 4/19/1989 H 
2 10/25/1989 A 
2 10/25/1989 C 



S 2 5/30/1989 D 
H 2 6/26/1989 C 
S 2 10/31/1989 B 



S 2 4/19/1989 F 



H 2 12/01/1989 C 



11 A 

1 P N N36 
1 N 



5 P N A76 
1 P N Bll 
4 P N M06 



5 D A 
1 N S22 



N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 
N 
N C62 



CARR UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 



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METHODIST HYMNAL WILL BE INTRODUCED DURING MEETING OF BISHOPS 

CARRBOROt N.C. 

SEE ALSO BINGHAM TOWNSHIP (WEST OF CARRBORO, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO FIRES. CARRBORO 

CARRBORO WANTS TO GIVE HARDIN A DAY ON THE TOWN 

TOWN PLANS TO GET TOUGH ON CYCLISTS 

BANNING BIKES FROM SIDEWALK ISN'T RIGHT HOVE 

CARRBORO ANNUAL REPORT READY FOR DISTRIBUTION 

'CHAPEL HILL' PROJECTS RAISE CARRBORO HACKLES 

CARRBORO, N.C, ANNEXATION 
SEE ALSO ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, ANNEXATION 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, ANNEXATION 
CARRBORO CONSIDERS PARK LANDS PURCHASES 

CARRBORO, N.C, BICYCLE ROUTES 
SEE ALSO BICYCLE LANES 
STREET, BIKEWAY IMPROVEMENTS TOP CARRBORO WISH LIST 
DOT CHARTS CARRBORO'S BIKE ROUTES 
KINNAIRD UNVEILS TRANSIT PLAN 
BIKE PATH TO GET NAME OF BLUES SINGER 

CARRBORO, N.C, BUDGET 

CEMETERY GROUP WOULD GET HONEY FROH POSTAL SALE 
CARRBORO HEARING SET FOR TONIGHT 
GARBAGE MAY SPOIL CARRBORO BUDGET 
CARRBORO BUDGET PLAN OMITS COMMUNITY CENTER 
BUDGET PLAN PLEASES BOARD 
BUDGET HEARING HAS FEW SPEAKERS 
'AN EASY EDITORIAL ON A SLOW DAY' 
TROLLEY PLANS TO ROLL TO VOTE BY ALDERMEN 
CANDIDATE URGES REWARD FOR SAVINGS 
PORTO SUGGESTS REVENUE SOURCES 
CARRBORO INVITES COMMENT ON '91 BUDGET 
MUSIC LOFT SEEKS TOWN LOAN TO RELOCATE STORE 

CARRBORO, N.C, BUSES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BUSES 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, TROLLEY SERVICE 

TOWNS WANT TROLLEY BUS PARK-AND-RIDE LOTS 

ALDERMEN HASH OUT TROLLEY ISSUE 

TROLLEY WON'T STOP HEREjUNLESS CARRBORO PAYS, DIBBERT SAYS 

BUDGET HEARING HAS FEW SPEAKERS 

COMMISSION HEDGES BETS FOR TROLLEY 

UNC, NCMH GIVE $5,000 EACH FOR TROLLEY BUS FUND 

CARRBORO, N.C, BUSINESSES 

MERCHANT WANTS TO REVIVE DORMANT BUSINESS GROUP 

BUSINESSMAN MIFFED AT COMMISSION OMISSION 

DEVELOPERS SEEK RETAIL, OFFICE PERMIT 

CARRBORO MERCHANTS LINE UP AGAINST SPECIAL DISTRICT TAX 

FOUR BUSINESSES GET APPEARANCE KUDOS 

CARRBORO'S CHANGING FACE IS SET FOR ANOTHER CHANGE/GROWTH IN CARRBORO 

CARRBORO: IT'S A SLEEPY BOOM TOWN/SUNDAY FOCUS: GROWTH IN CARRBORO 

GROWTH HAS GIVEN CARRBORO ONE PROBLEM IT CAN'T PARK ON/SUNDAY FOCUS 

PLANTATION PLAZA MAY GET SECOND CHANCE 

MERCHANT ASKS FOR MORE VOICE IN COMMISSION 

TAX PROPOSAL'S FAILURE BLAMED ON MISTRUST 

SEPARATE AND UNEQUAL 

ALDERMEN UNDECIDED ON PROPOSED TROLLEY 

CARRBORO SHOPS HAVE SHOT AT GETTING TROLLEYS BACK ON TRACK 

SUBCOMMITTEE WANTS BETTER COMMUNICATION WITH CARRBORO MERCHANTS 

OPENING OF CARRBORO CRAFTS SHOP HAS OWNER 'A LITTLE LIGHT-HEADED' 

FORMER FIRST UNION BUILDING MAY BECOME PI2ZA RESTAURANT 

RESTAURATEUR, POTTER COMPETE FOR ALL OF CARRBORO'S LOAN FUND 

MD. FIRM BUYS CARR MILL MALL 

CARRBORO BUSINESS GROUP HOPES FOR REVIVAL 



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H 2 4/29/1989 A 9 P N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/12/1989 
3/09/1989 
3/11/1989 
9/22/1989 
9/29/1989 



CHH 1 2/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



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 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/05/1989 

1/17/1989 

1/23/1989 

5/03/1989 

5/06/1989 

5/24/1989 

6/02/1989 

6/12/1989 

10/11/1989 

10/29/1989 

12/05/1989 

12/05/1989 



1/19/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/28/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/26/1989 
6/30/1989 



1/12/1989 
1/19/1989 
1/31/1989 
2/10/1989 
2/22/1989 
3/05/1989 
3/05/1989 
3/05/1989 
3/17/1989 
3/30/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/12/1989 
6/03/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/29/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/07/1989 
7/19/1989 
8/19/1989 
8/30/1989 



3 P N C62 
3 N 
6 U 
1 N C62 
1 P N C62 



CHH 1 11/16/1989 A 1 N C62 



1 N C62 
3 M N C62 
3 N C62 
3 N 



N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
L 

N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 



N K70 
N C62 
N S17 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 



N C62 
N M70 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

1 P N C62 
1 P N C62 
1 P N C62 
1 P N C62 
3 N C62 
1 P N C62 



E 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 



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CARRBORO'S LLOYB STREET STUDIOS; JAIUHOUSE ROCK 
COMMITTEE SETS MERCHANTS LIST AS INITIAL TASK 
CARRBORO INVITES COMMENT ON '91 BUDGET 
MUSIC LOFT SEEKS TOW LOAN TO RELOCATE STORE 
MODEL T'S LOAN COULD STIR DEBATE 
ALDERMAN OK TOWN LOAN FOR MODEL T'S 

CARRBORO, N.C., CABLE TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION, N.C. 
ALDE RMEN WANT TO TUNE IN IMPROVED CABLE TV COVERAGE 
COMMITTEE TO CONSIDER CABLE TV COMPLAINTS 
ALDERMAN TURNED OFF TO ALERT CABLE SERVICE 

CARRBORO, N.C, CEMETERIES 
SEE ALSO CEMETERIES, N.C. 
CEMETERY GROUP WOULD GET MONEY FROM POSTAL SALE 
CEMETERY SALE MEASURE READY, BARNES SAYS 
TOMBSTONES IN OLD CEMETERY MAY GET FACELIFTS 
POST OFFICE SITE MAY BE BURIED 
POSTAL OFFICIALS EYE WESTWOOD 
CARRBORO CAN SELL CEMETERY LAND 

U.S. POSTAL SERVICE DELIVERS FRUSTRATION OVER CARRBORO SITE 
CARRBORO OFFICIALS RESIGNED TO POST OFFICE IN CEMETERY 
BOARD TO VOTE ON CEMETERY PURCHASE 
CARRBORO BUDGET PLAN OMITS COMMUNITY CENTER 
SENATE OKS CEMETERY LAND SALE TO CARRBORO P.O. 
ALDERMEN OPPOSE COUNTY EMS FEE 

WESTWOOD POST OFFICE OPPONENTS ENDORSE KINNAIRD, DENOUNCE 2... 
CANDIDATES CRITICIZE P.O. FOES' LEAFLET 
TOWN TO SURVEY OLD CEMETERY TO DETERMINE NEW BURIAL SITES 
ADVISORY GROUP HOLDS 'UNOFFICIAL' CEMETERY MEETING 

CARRBORO, N.C, CITY EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, EMPLOYEES 
CANDIDATE URGES REWARD FOR SAVINGS 

CARRBORO, N.C, COMMUNITY CENTER (PROPOSED) 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO RECREATION DEPT. 
CARRBORO TO DISCUSS PROPOSED CENTER 
CARRBORO OPTS FOR COMMUNITY CENTER 
TOWN TO HEAR COMMUNITY CENTER REPORT 
♦450,000 YEARLY NEEDED TO pay COMMUNITY CENTER BILL 
AIJJERKN DROP POOL FROM CENTER PROPOSAL 

CARRBORO, N.C, DOG CONTROL 

SEE ALSO DOG CONTROL (INCLUDES CATS AND OTHER ANIMALS) 
OFFICIALS HOPE TO PUT A LEASH ON LOOSE DOGS IN CARRBORO 
CARRBORO LEASH LAW MAY EXTEND TO PARK IF ALDERMEN OK CHANGE 
CARRBORO DELAYS COLLARING LOOSE DOGS FOR SAM OF PUBLIC HEARING 
PEOPLE COME FIRST IN PARKS 

DOGS IN THE PARK; TO LEASH OR NOT TO LEASH IS THE QUESTION IN CARRBORO 
CARRBORO BOARD PASSES LEASH LAW 

CARRBORO, N.C, DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO DOWNTOWN CARRBORO REVITAUZATION TASK FORCE 
DEVELOPERS SEEK RETAIL, OFFICE PERMIT 
CARRBORO LOOKS FOR WAYS TO SPICE UP LIFE DOWNTOWN 
GROUP QUESTIONS DISTRICT TAX LETTER 
CARRBORO KILLS TAX PROPOSAL 
ALDERMEN PARKING ON DECISION 
BUCK AND VAUGHN SILENT ABOUT MEETING 
TROLLEY PLANS TO ROLL TO VOTE BY ALDERMEN 
CARRHDRO ALDERMEN TO HEAR FROM TWO DEVELOPERS AGAIN 
BOARD SETTLES PARKING ISSUE 
TOWN BACKS AWAY FROM GUIDELINES 
CARRBORO TO CONSIDER DOWNTOWN GUIDELINES 

CARRBORO, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN, ELECTIONS 
THREE STILL UNDECIDED ABOUT ELECTION BIDS 



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CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



9/03/1989 

9/15/1989 

12/05/1989 

12/05/1989 

12/18/1989 



CHH 1 12/22/1989 



F S56 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 



CHH 1 4/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/26/1989 A 



1 P N C62 
3 P N C62 
1 P N C62 



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 



1/05/1989 

1/28/1989 

2/09/1989 

2/28/1989 

3/22/1989 

3/24/1989 

3/30/1989 

4/06/1989 

5/02/1989 

5/03/1989 

5/10/1989 

6/14/1989 

10/10/1989 

10/12/1989 

12/15/1989 

12/23/1989 



N C62 
N H20 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 



CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 


1/15/1989 A 
3/09/1989 A 
6/05/1989 A 
9/04/1989 A 
9/07/1989 A 


3 

3 

3 
3 


N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 


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


5/19/1989 A 
8/15/1989 A 
8/17/1989 A 
8/18/1989 A 
9/03/1989 A 
9/06/1989 A 


3 P N C62 

3 N C62 

3 N C62 

4 E 

3 P N C62 
3 N C62 


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


1/31/1989 A 
2/26/1989 A 
4/06/1989 A 
5/10/1989 A 
5/26/1989 A 
5/31/1989 A 
6/12/1989 A 
6/27/1989 A 
6/28/1989 A 
10/18/1989 A 
10/26/1989 A 


3 
3 
3 
1 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 


CHH 1 


7/10/1989 A 


3 P N C62 



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GURGANU S FILES FOR CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN 

PORTO EXPECTED TO SEEK MAYORAL POST 

PORTOSTRESSES WATERSHED PROTECTION IN MAYORAL BID (CORRECTED 7-27-B9) 

CORRECTION 

CALDWELL SEEKS THIRD TERM IN CARRBORO 

PORTO SAYS UNC OPPOSITION UNLIKELY 

NELSON SEEKS FIRST BOARD TERM 

KINNAIRD SQUARES OFF WITH EX-MAYOR PORTO 

GIST SEEKS CARRBORO BOARD SEAT 

WATERSHED PROTECTION ISSUE Of '89 

ALDERMAN CANDIDATE FAILS TO PAY TAXES 

CANDIDATE NELSON FAILS TO PAY TAXES 

UNC BOARD OKS PORTO'S CANDIDACY 

OPENNESS SETS GOOD PRECEDENT 

WESTWOOD POST OFFICE OPPWCNTS ENDORSE KINNAIRD, DENOUNCE 2. . . 

STATEMENTS ELEVATE CARRBORO CAMPAIGN 

KINNAIRD PAPER TARGETS RECYCLING 

ANONYMOUS CARRBORO POLITICAL FLIER IS DIVISIVE 

CARRBORO'S CAMPAIGN OF IDEAS 

SIGNS OFF ROAD EDGE.CARRBORO MGR. SAYS 

CALDWELL OUTLINES VIEWS ON CARRBORO'S ISSUES 

CARRBORO CANDIDATES BUTT HEADS OVER WATERSHED PROTECTION, TRAFFIC 

PORTO SUGGESTS REVENUE SOURCES 

CARRBORO CAMPAIGN WORKERS HIT STREETS 

BUSINESS LEADERS QUESTION CANDIDATES 

DEVELOPMENT NO LONGER A DIRTY WORD IN CARRBORO 

POST OFFICE ISSUE SHEDS LIGHT ON CARRBORO CANDIDATES 

CLOSE VIEWS LEAD TO CLOSE MAYORAL RACE IN CARRBORO 

CAMPAIGN SIGNS STOLEN, PORTO SAYS 

AVERAGE TURNOUT PREDICTED FOR MUNICIPAL CONTESTS 

NELSON RELEASES LIST OF CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS/VOTE '89 (ERROR IN RESULTS) 

KINNAIRD CLUBS PORTO 

LOCAL PRECINCTS GENERALLY 'QUIET* 

LOCAL FfiECINCTS GENERALLY 'QUIET' 

OLD CARRBORO'S VOICE MAY BE FAILING 

FOR WEAL OR WOE. THE RACE IS OVER 

CARRBORO/VOTE TALLY 

CARRBORO, N.C, ELECTIONS, ENDORSEMENTS 

PORTO CRITICIZES SIERRA CLUB'S CANDIDATE ENDORSEMENT PROCESS 

CARRBORO, N.C, FESTIVALS 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
'PIEDMONT PARIS' MARKS BASTILLE DAY 

CARRBORO, N.C, GARBAGE COLLECTION 

ONLY SPEAKER TOUTS RECYCLING, PARKING PROGRAMS IN CARRBORO 

GARBAGE MAY SPOIL CARRBORO BUDGET 

CURBSIDE RECYCLING TO TRIPLE IN SIZE 

PROCESS CALLED FLAWED 

TOWNS PREPARE FOR EXPANSION OF RECYCLING 

CARRBORO, N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS TASK FORCE 
CARRBORO TO CONSIDER RATING DEVELOPMENTS 

CARRBORO BUILDING SLOWING 

CARRBORO'S CHANGING FACE IS SET FOR ANOTHER CHANGE/GROWTH IN CARRBORO 

CARRBORO: IT'S A SLEEPY BOOM TOWN/SUNDAY FOCUS! GROWTH IN CARRBORO 

GROWTH HAS GIVEN CARRBORO ONE PROBLEM IT CAN'T PARK ON/SUNDAY FOCUS 

TOWN ADOPTS DEVELOPMENT POLICY 

CARRBORO TO MULL BUILDING LIMITS 

KINNAIRD URGES DEVELOPMENT PROCESS REVIEW 

DEVELOPMENT NO LONGER A DIRTY WORD IN CARRBORO 

CARRBOROjN.C, HISTORIC DISTRICT 
HISTORIC DISTRICT FORUMS SLATED 
CARRBORO RESPONDS TO HISTORIC DISTRICT 
CARRBORO MAY GET HISTORIC DISTRICT 
ALDERMEN HEAR HISTORIC DISTRICT PLAN 



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



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



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



7/21/1989 

7/22/1989 

7/26/1989 

7/27/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/29/1989 

8/01/1989 

8/02/1989 

8/02/1989 

8/06/1989 

8/17/1989 

8/18/1989 

9/02/1989 

9/28/1989 

10/10/1989 

10/12/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/19/1989 

10/20/1989 

10/21/1989 

10/24/1989 

10/29/1989 

10/30/1989 

10/31/1989 

11/02/1989 

11/03/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/06/1989 

11/07/1989 

11/07/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/09/1989 



N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 
E 

N C62 
E 

NC62 
U 
E 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
Q C62 
J 

N C62 
N M70 
N M70 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N M70 
N W57 
N C62 
E 
N 



CHH 1 10/21/1989 A 1 N C62 



CHH 1 7/16/1989 A 1 P N M70 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1/18/1989 
1/23/1989 
8/27/1989 
9/07/1989 
10/09/1989 



1/03/1989 
2/02/1989 
3/05/1989 
3/05/1989 
3/05/1989 
3/09/1989 
4/10/1989 
10/22/1989 
11/02/1989 



N C62 
N C62 
N 

N CA2 
N M70 



N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N M20 
Q C62 



CHH 1 2/15/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/27/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/19/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/21/1989 A 



3 N 

3 N C62 

1 N C62 

3 N C62 



-1X630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



ALDERMEN OPT TO RECONSIDER HISTORIC DISTRICT 
REVISED HISTORIC MEASURE CONSIDERED 
CARRBORO'S HISTORIC TASK FORCE 'DISGUSTED' 
PUBLIC TO HAVE SAY ON HISTORIC DISTRICT PROPOSALS 
HISTORIC DISTRICT CRITICS SPEAK 
HISTORIC DISTRICT COMPROMISE GETS LITTLE PRAISE 
PORTO WANTS REPEAL OF DISTRICT LAW 



SUBJECTS 



CARRBORO, N.C, HISTORY 

CARRBORO REMEMBERS TOWN HALL'S SCHOOL DAYS 

HOLIDAY DOWNTOWN/A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE (SPECIAL SECTION) 

CARRBORO. N.C, HOUSING 

HIGH COST OF HOUSING WORRIES ALDERMEN 

HOUSING TASK FORCE LOOKING AT UNC LAND 

CARRBORO, UNC DISCUSS JOINT HOUSING VENTURE 

RESIDENT HOPING FOR HOSTEL SITE 

TOWN TO GET FACILITY FOR AGED 

TOWN LOSES CHANCE FOR HOUSING GRANT 

CHAPEL HILL INSPECTORS MAY HELP CARRBORO 

GROUP TO RECOMMEND HOUSING ROLE FOR UNC 

HOUSING INCENTIVES PROPOSED 

BOARD APPROVES FIRST SUBDIVISION IN TRANSITION AREA 

CARRBORO, N.C., LAND USE 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., TOWN COMMONS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., LAND USE 

CARRBORO STILL LEERY OF STUDY GROUP 

TOWN ENDORSES 'GUIDELINES' FOR CARRBORO 

CARRBORO EXTENDS LIMITS ON BUILDING IN WATERSHED 

PARKING DISPUTE WON'T DETER BUILDING PLANS, DEVELOPERS SAY 

CARRBORO APPROVES LAND-USE CHANGE 

CARRBORO, N.C, LAWSUITS 

CARRBORO PLAINTIFF, DEFENDANT IN SUITS 

CARRBORO, N.C., MAYOR'S OFFICE 
CALDWELL MAY RUN FOR MAYOR 
PORTO EXPECTED TO SEEK MAYORAL POST 

PORTO STRESSES WATERSHED PROTECTION IN MAYORAL BID (CORRECTED 7-27-89) 
CORRECTION 

PORTO SAYS UNC OPPOSITION UNLIKELY 
KINNAIRD SQUARES OFF WITH EX-MAYOR PORTO 
KINNAIRD WOULD JUGGLE LAW BOOKS, MAYOR'S JOB 
WATERSHED PROTECTION ISSUE OF '89 
UNC BOARD OKS PORTO'S CANDIDACY 
CARRBORO'S CAMPAIGN OF IDEAS 
PORTO SUGGESTS REVENUE SOURCES 
CARRBORO CAMPAIGN WORKERS HIT STREETS 
BUSINESS LEADERS QUESTION CANDIDATES 
CLOSE VIEWS LEAD TO CLOSE MAYORAL RACE IN CARRBORO 
CARRBORO MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMENJVOTE FOR ONE MAYOR AND THREE ALD. 
CAMPAIGN SIGNS STOLEN, PORTO SAYS 
KINNAIRD CLUBS PORTO 
OLD CARRBORO'S VOICE MAY BE FAILING 
CARRBORQ/VOTE TALLY 

CARRBORO, N.C, OFFICE PROPERTY 

DEVELOPERS SEEK RETAIL, OFFICE PERMIT 

CARRBORO, N.C, ORDINANCES 

CARRBORO BOARD MAY TIGHTEN CLAMPS ON HOUSE MOVERS 

CARRBORO RESPONDS TO HISTORIC DISTRICT 

CARRBORO'S VICIOUS CYCLES 

CARRBORO BOARD OKS TREE LAW 

CARRBORO EXTENDS LIMITS ON BUILDING IN WATERSHED 

OUASA MAY EXTEND WATER, SEWER DELAY 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN TO RECONSIDER BUCK-VAUGHN BUILDING APPLICATION 

REVISED HISTORIC MEASURE CONSIDERED 

CARRBORO'S HISTORIC TASK FORCE 'DISGUSTED' 



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CHH 1 
CKH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



6/22/1989 
8/24/1989 
8/26/1989 
9/26/1989 
9/27/1989 
9/28/1989 
10/19/1989 



N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 



CHH 1 6/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/22/1989 B 



1 N M20 
1 P A 



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



1/24/1989 
2/14/1989 
3/22/1989 
4/09/1989 
4/13/1989 
5/11/1989 
6/24/1989 
7/07/1989 
10/11/1989 
11/23/1989 



N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N M70 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/24/1989 A 
1/26/1989 A 
4/13/1989 A 
6/08/1989 A 
12/01/1989 A 



1 P N L90 
3 P N C62 
1 N C62 
1 N C62 
3 N 



CHH 1 10/27/1989 A 1 N C62 



CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
H 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 



3/09/1989 

7/22/1989 

7/26/1989 

7/27/1989 

7/29/1989 

8/02/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/06/1989 

9/02/1989 

10/19/1989 

10/29/1989 

10/30/1989 

10/31/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/06/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/09/1989 



N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 
E 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N M70 
N C62 
N C62 
N 



CHH 1 1/31/1989 A 



N C62 



CHH 1 


1/10/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


2/27/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


3/03/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


3 


N L90 


CHH 1 


5/18/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


8/24/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


8/26/1989 A 


3 


N C62 



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



SUBJECTS 



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PUBLIC TO HAVE SAY ON HISTORIC DISTRICT PROPOSALS 
REASON FOR CAFE DECISION CLARIFIED 
KINNAIRD URGES DEVELOPMENT PROCESS REVIEW 

CARRBORO, N.C., PARKING AREAS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., PARKING AREAS 
MAYOR KINNAIRD WANTS PARKING DECKS (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-26-89) 
CORRECTION 

GROWTH HAS GIVEN CARRBORO ONE PROBLEM IT CAN'T PARK ON/SUNDAY FOCUS 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN TO RECONSIDER BUCK-VAUGHN BUILDING APPLICATION 
CARRBORO PARKING SUFFICIENT — STUDY 
ALDERMEN PARKING ON DECISION 
BUCK AND VAUGHN SILENT ABOUT MEETING 
PARKING DISPUTE WON'T DETER BUILDING PLANS, DEVELOPERS SAY 
BOARD SETTLES PARKING ISSUE 
TOWN PLANS 'A FEU' ADDITIONS TO PARKING LOT 
PARKING GROUP STILL HAS SPACES 
CARRBORO NAMES 9 TO BOARD 

CARRBORO, N.C., PARKS 

SEE ALSO PARKS, ORANGE COUNTY 
DON'T FENCE US OUT 

TOWN ENDORSES 'GUIDELINES' FOR CARRBORO 
PICNICKING TROUBADOURS 

OFFICIALS HOPE TO PUT A LEASH ON LOOSE DOGS IN CARRBORO 
CARRBORO LEASH LAW MAY EXTEND TO PARK IF ALDERMEN OK CHANGE 
CARRBORO DELAYS COLLARING LOOSE DOGS FOR SAKE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
PEOPLE COME FIRST IN PARKS 

DOGS IN THE PARK, TO LEASH OR NOT TO LEASH IS THE QUESTION IN CARRBORO 
CARRBORO BOARD PASSES LEASH LAW 

ALDERMEN TO VOTE ON LEASH ALTERNATIVE PROPOSAL TUESDAY 
CARRBORO DOGS TO RUN LEASH-FREE IN SECTION OF COMMUNITY PARK 
CARRBORO CONSIDERS PARK LANDS PURCHASES 

CARRBORO, N.C., PROPERTY TAXES 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., TAXES 
DOWNTOWN TAX DISTRICT SUGGESTED j BUSINESS PROPERTY TARGET OF PROPOSAL 
ALDERMAN TO DETERMINE FATE OF DOWNTOWN TAX 
HOUSING INCENTIVES PROPOSED 

CARRBORO. N.C., RESTAURANTS 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, ORANGE COUNTY 
AT MARTINI'S, OPEN WIDE FOR EITHER TALK OR PASTA 
FORMER FIRST UNION BUILDING MAY BECOME PIZZA RESTAURANT 
REASON FOR CAFE DECISION CLARIFIED 

CARRBORO, N.C., REVENUES 

BUDGET PLAN PLEASES BOARD 

CARRBORO, N.C., SEWER LINES 

SEE CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO, SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS 
SEE WATER AND SEWER LINES, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 

CARRBORO, N.C., SISTER CITIES 
SEE ALSO SISTER CITIES PROGRAM 
CARRBORO ADOPTS ESTONIAN SISTER 

CARRBORO, N.C., STREETS 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD 
ALDERMEN WANT ACTION, NOT REACTION 
OPEN HOUSE IS FIRST PHASE FOR TRAFFIC PLAN 
STREET, BIKEWAY IMPROVEMENTS TOP CARRBORO WISH LIST 
DOT TURNS DEAF EAR ON CARRBORO 
CARRBORO CHECKS ITS STREET 'WISH LIST' 
DOWNTOWN CIRCULATION MEETING TURNOUT SPARSE 
DON'T TOUCH THAT TREE! 

CARRBORO OFFICIAL HEARS FEU COMPLAINTS FOR DOT 
WIDENING OF CARRBORO STREETS AGAIN DEBATED 
ALDERMEN TO IRON OUT ROAD-WIDENING ISSUE 
DOT BACKS OFF ON RIGHT OF WAY 



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E 
C -PG 



I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 



CHH 1 9/26/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/22/1989 A 



3 N C62 
3 P N C62 
1 N M20 



CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



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 



2/24/1989 
2/26/1989 
3/05/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/08/1989 
6/28/1989 
7/10/1989 
7/14/1989 
8/19/1989 



1/03/1989 

1/26/1989 

2/16/1989 

5/19/1989 

8/15/1989 

8/17/1989 

8/18/1989 

9/03/1989 

9/06/1989 

11/11/1989 

1 1/15/1989 

11/16/1989 



N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
NC62 
N 



P L38 
N C62 
P L38 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
E 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 



CHH 1 2/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 



1 N M70 
3 N C62 
3 N C62 



H 2 5/19/1989 D 5 P R D77 
CHH 1 7/07/1989 A 3 N C62 
CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 3 P N C62 



CHH 1 5/06/1989 A 3 C N C62 



CHH 1 


11/30/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


1/23/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/09/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/26/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


2/28/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


3/16/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


4/20/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


6/11/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


8/16/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


8/22/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


CHH 1 


8/22/1989 A 


3 N C62 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL 

1/01/1989 



ALDERMEN COMPROMISE ON TREE-SAVING SIDEWALK PLAN 

OPPONENT DOUBTS DOT HILL SCALE DOWN PROJECTS 

CARRBORO STREETS NEXT ON ALDERMEN AGENDA 

TOUN REJECTS PARTS OF TRAFFIC PLAN 

VOTE HAS PRECEDENT 

KINNAIRD UNVEILS TRANSIT PLAN 

STORY CONTAINED 'MIS-INFORMATION' 

GREENSBORO STREET REPAIRS 

CARRBORO RESIDENTS DEBATE DOT OFFER 

CARRBORO, N.C, TAX RATE 

CARRBORO TAX RATE MAY CLIMB IN 1990 

CARRBORO, N.C, TAXES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 
CARRBORO MERCHANTS LINE UP AGAINST SPECIAL DISTRICT TAX 
ALDERMEN TAKING A 'COOL' LOOK AT POSSIBLE TAX 
COMMISSION WANTS TRIAL PERIOD FOR T AX 
GROUP QUESTIONS DISTRICT TAX LETTER 
ALDERMAN TO DETERMINE FATE OF DOWNTOWN TAX 
CARRBORO KILLS TAX PROPOSAL 
TAX PROPOSAL'S FAILURE BLAMED ON MISTRUST 
SEPARATE AND UNEQUAL 

CARRBORO, N.C, TOWN COMMONS 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, LAND USE 
CARRBORO COMMONS IN MINIATURE 
BANDSTAND BOOSTERS EAGER TO START PROJECT 
CARRBORO COMMONS FIN) *7O0 RICHER 
'GRANARY' TO MEASURE COMMONS DONATIONS 
COMMONS SUPPORTERS PLAN FUND-RAISERS 
THANKS FOR 'GIVING AT THE OFFICE' 
TOWN COMMONS CONSENSUS SOUGHT 
TOUN COMMONS VOTE BEFORE BOARD TONIGHT 
TOWN COMMONS GETS THUMBS UP 
CARRBORO TOWN 'COMMONS' A SINGULAR PROBLEM 
'COMMONS' MAY GET COUNTY HELP 
'COMMONS' NOT COUNTY BUSINESS 
DAVIS NAMED TO CHAIR COMMONS TASK FORCE 
ORANGE CO. SETS J? FUND FOR FARMERS 
'COMMONS' PLAN STRIKES HOPEFUL NOTE 
ORANGE TAX FUNDS FOR ALL, MARKET FARMERS SAY 
BOARD OPTS TO WITHHOLD S15.000 FOR MARKET 
KINNAIRD HOPEFUL ABOUT COMMONS 
A MATTER OF PRINCIPLE 
COMMISSIONER WANTS MARKET FUNDS RELEASED 
FARMERS' FUNDING ISSUE GOES TO MARKET 
BRUNCH TO BENEFIT COMMONS PROJECT 
$1,200 RAISED FOR TOWN COMMONS FUND 
COUNTY FREES HONEY FOR FARMERS' MARKET 

CARRBORO, N.C, TRAFFIC 

OPEN HOUSE IS FIRST PHASE FOR TRAFFIC PLAN 

DOT TURNS DEAF EAR ON CARRBORO 

TOWN REJECTS PARTS OF TRAFFIC PLAN 

VOTE HAS PRECEDENT 

KINNAIRD UNVEILS TRANSIT PLAN 

CARRBORO, N.C, WATER RATES 

SEE WATER AND SEWER RATES, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 

CARRBORO, N.C, ZONING 

PERMIT REVIEW PROCESS PRAISED 

TOWN BACKS AWAY FROM GUIDELINES 

GROUP ENTERS ZONING DEBATE 

TOWN TO DEBATE CONVENIENCE STORE REZONING 

CARRBORO REZONING REQUIRES 6 'YESES' 

TOWN DEBATES CIRCLE K ISSUE 



INDEX BY 


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I T 




N E E 


L Y 




P D — DATE — C -P6 L P BYL 


AN 


CHH 1 8/23/1989 A 


1 P N C62 




CHH 1 9/06/1989 A 


3 N C62 




CHH 1 9/12/1989 A 


3 N C62 




CHH 1 9/14/1989 A 


3 N C62 




CHH 1 9/14/1989 A 


3 N C62 




CHH 1 9/16/1989 A 


3 N C62 




CHH 1 10/27/1989 A 


4 L 




CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 


3 P P L38 




CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 


1 N C62 



CHH 1 1/24/1989 A 3 N C62 



CHH 1 


2/10/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/14/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


4/06/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


5/06/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


5/10/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


5/12/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/07/1989 A 


1 P P T32 


CHH 1 


1/21/1989 A 


1 D N C62 


CHH 1 


2/16/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/04/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/18/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


4/04/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


4/05/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


5/27/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


6/01/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


6/01/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


6/09/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/19/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


6/20/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


6/25/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


6/30/1989 A 


3 P N «20 


CHH 1 


6/30/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


7/02/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


7/03/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


7/05/1989 A 


4 U 


CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


7/25/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


8/17/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/09/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/26/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


9/14/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


9/14/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


9/16/1989 A 


3 N C62 



CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/13/1989 A 



3 N C62 
3 N C62 
3 N C62 
1 M N C62 
3 N C62 
3 N C62 



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TOWN ENDORSES 'GUIDELINES' FOR CARRBORO 
TOUN ADOPTS DEVELOPMENT POLICY 

CARRBORO APPEARANCE COMMITTEE 

FOUR BUSINESSES GET APPEARANCE KUDOS 

CARRBORO ARTSCENTER (FORMERLY CARRBORO ART SCHOOL) 
SEE ALSO CENTER GALLERY 
APPALACHIAN PUPPET THEATRE? NOSTALGIA IN A FARAWAY STYLE 
THE ARTSCHOOL IS PAINTING A FULL SCHEDULE OF CLASSES IN '89 
CHENILLE SISTERS BRING OFFBEAT ACT TO ARTSCENTER 
CHENILLE SISTERS' SONGS, COMEDY CAPTURE CROWD AT ARTSCENTER 
TEXAS BAND PICKS ARTSCENTER OVER INAUGURAL BALL 
CHARLOTTE'S 'HODERN WOODY' BRINGS DEVOTION TO CARRBORO 
FOX DEBUTS HIS THEATRICS - OUT OF COURT 
'SUNSHINE' EDWARDS IN CARRBORO TONIGHT 
ARLO GUTHRIE RETURNS FOR ENCORE AT ARTSCENTER 
SOMETHING FISHY'S AFOOT 

TRIANGLE WEAVERS RPOMOTE THEIR ART IN FESTIVAL AT CARRBORO'S ARTSCENTER 
ARTSCENTER 'SEAFOOD' GREEN AROUND GILLS 
'SOUNDS OF THE SOUTH' 
RUTH DRAPER'S CHARACTERS ALIVE AND WELL 
'FESTIVAL OF ONE-ACTS' UNEVEN, BUT PROMISING 
BRUCE COCKBURN IS SLATED TO PERFORM AT ARTSCENTER 
N.C. JAZZ NETWORK DEBUTS AT ARTSCENTER 
ARTSCENTER WANTS TO OPEN CAFE 
ARTSCENTER RECEIVES LOAN TO PURCHASE SPACE 

LOUDON WAINWRIGHT III: ARTSCENTER CONCERT WILL BE A HOMECOMING OF SORTS 
VENTURES CALL IT OFF IN CARRBORO - AGAIN 
COOK CONJURING CAJUN CUISINE FOR CARNIVAL 
CAJUN FLAVOR 

HE CAN COOK ONSTAGE AND OFF 

BUS BROWN, FRANKIE ALEXANDER TO SING JAZZ, BLUES AT ARTSCENTER 
'MOTHER COURAGE' OPENS THURSRDAY 

IN 'MOTHER COURAGE' CAST, AUDIENCE STRUGGLE IN ENTHRALLING LOSING CAUSE 
RIDERS IN THE SKY, ROBERT KEEN JR. PLAY/WILD WEST ARTSCENTER 
THIS ART FROM BUENOS AIRES JUST LIKE REST OF EUROPE'S 
D.A, PONDERS ARTSCENTER, LANDLORD LINK 
D.A. PONDERS ARTSCENTER, LANDLORD LINK 
SBI TO PROBE ARTSCENTER SITE SALE 
BOARD'S KNOWLEDGE OF TRANSACTION QUESTIONED 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN 

SEE ALSO INTERGOVERNMENTAL WORK GROUP 
CARRBORO TO CONSIDER RATING DEVELOPMENTS 
CARRBORO BLASTS SEWER POLICY 
OWASA'S 'MEMO' GROUP AT A STANDSTILL 
GARBAGE MAY SPOIL CARRBORO BUDGET 
CARRBORO STILL LEERY OF STUDY GROUP 
TOWN ENDORSES 'GUIDELINES' FOR CARRBORO 
OPEN HOUSE IS FIRST PHASE FOR TRAFFIC PLAN 
TASK FORCE RELEASES CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PRIORITY LIST 
ALDERMEN TAKING A 'COOL' LOOK AT POSSIBLE TAX 
STREET, BIKEWAY IMPROVEMENTS TOP CARRBORO WISH LIST 
TOWN COUNCIL OKS COURTESY REVIEW PLAN 
OWASA WORK GROUP REACHES AGREEMENT ON COMMUNICATIONS MEMO 
YOUNG VOTERS APPROVE 'TAX HIKE' 
KEEP FUNDING FOR HUMAN SERVICES, BOARD TOLD 
MAYOR, BOARD AT ODDS ON SIDEWALK BIKE BAN 
NEWS OF ORANGE CO. FIRES ROLLAND WRENN 
TOWN ADOPTS DEVELOPMENT POLICY 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN NOT HAPPY WITH REVISED ROAD PLAN 
DOWNTOWN CIRCULATION MEETING TURNOUT SPARSE 
BOARD TO DECIDE IF ANBERLY PERMIT IS A PUBLIC ISSUE 
CARRBORO DELAYS AHBERLY HEARING DECISION 
CARRBORO BOARD OKS TREE LAW 
TOWN COMMONS CONSENSUS SOUGHT 
HARDWARE STORE REVAMP FOCUS OF HEARING 
AHBERLY DECISION REAFFIRMED 
TOyN COMMONS VOTE BEFORE BOARD TONIGHT 



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N E 

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


CHH 1 1/26/1989 A 3 P N C62 
CHH 1 3/09/1989 A 3 N C62 



CHH 1 2/22/1989 A 3 N 



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



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



1 
1 
1 
1 
CHH 1 



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



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



1/13/1989 D 
1/17/1989 A 
1/19/1989 B 
1/21/1989 B 
1/24/1989 A 
2/03/1989 
2/18/1989 
2/24/1989 
3/02/1989 
3/09/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/14/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/06/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/20/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/05/1989 
6/28/1989 
7/14/1989 
8/09/1989 B 
8/24/1989 A 
8/24/1989 
8/24/1989 
9/24/1989 
10/08/1989 
10/17/1989 
11/24/1989 
12/17/1989 
12/20/1989 
12/20/1989 
12/29/1989 
12/29/1989 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/03/1989 
1/05/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/23/1989 
1/24/1989 
1/26/1989 
2/09/1989 
2/11/1989 
2/14/1989 
2/15/1989 
2/15/1989 
2/16/1989 
2/22/1989 
2/23/1989 
3/02/1989 
3/07/1989 
3/09/1989 
3/16/1989 
3/16/1989 
3/21/1989 
3/22/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/27/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/04/1989 



13 
3 
1 
5 
6 
5 
3 
5 
3 
2 
3 
6 

10 
4 
3 
6 
3 
3 
3 
2 
4 
3 
1 
2 
9 

10 
6 
4 
8 
1 
1 
1 
1 



FM60 
N C62 
R M60 
R M60 
R M60 
F M60 
N M70 
N 

F B71 
N 

N H90 
R M31 
N 

P R 
R 
N 

P R S66 
N 
N C62 

PF Zll 
N 

N H90 
P T32 
B71 



W63 
M31 



M31 
B71 
668 
N C62 
N K70 
N C62 
N C62 



N C62 
N C62 
N L90 
N C62 
N L90 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N M70 
N L90 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N 
N C62 



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S 
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-DATE — C -fG 



ALDERMEN WANT TO TUNE IN IMPROVED CABLE TV COVERAGE 

PROCLAMATION! CARRBORO LOGS SOME ODD ONES 

ALDERMEN WISH OUT TROLLEY ISSUE 

IMPACT TAX SURVIVAL HANGS ON LOBBYING, SUPPORTERS TOLD 

DON'T TOUCH THAT TREE! 

CARRBORO HOPES WANING FOR IMPACT TAX 

CHANGES TO LAND USE PLAN GO UP FOR VOTE 

STUDENTS APPOINT LIAISON WITH CARRBORO 

BOARD TO VOTE ON CEMETERY PURCHASE 

BUDGET PLAN PLEASES BOARD 

TAX PROPOSAL'S FAILURE BLAMED ON MISTRUST 

WEGNER URGES WATERSHED PROTECTION 

HEARING, VOTE SCHEDULED FOR TWO CARRBORO PERMITS 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN TO RECONSIDER BUCK-VAUGHN BUILDING APPLICATION 

ALDERMEN STROLL DOWN SIDEWALK POSSIBILITIES 

ALDERMEN PARKING ON DECISION 

ALDERMEN UNDECIDED ON PROPOSED TROLLEY 

TOWN TO HEAR COMMUNITY CENTER REPORT 

PARKING DISPUTE WON'T DETER BUILDING PLANS, DEVELOPERS SAY 

ALDERMEN OPPOSE COUNTY EMS FEE 

SIDEWALK CHANGES APPROVED 

MORGAN, BROUGH REHIRED 

ALDERMEN HEAR HISTORIC DISTRICT PLAN 

ALDERMEN OPT TO RECONSIDER HISTORIC DISTRICT 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN TO HEAR FROM TWO DEVELOPERS AGAIN 

ALDERMEN OK PERMIT FOR SCHOOL EXPANSION 

CARRBORO DENIES AHBERLY REQUEST 

BOARD SAYS OWASA AGREEMENT LACKING 

PARKING GROUP STILL HAS SPACES 

SZOSTAK FILES SUIT AGAINST CARRBORO 

CARRBORO LEASH LAW MAY EXTEND TO PARK IF ALDERMEN OK CHANGE 

WIDENING OF CARRBORO STREETS AGAIN DEBATED 

CARRBORO DELAYS COLLARING LOOSE DOGS FOR SAKE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

PEOPLE COME FIRST IN PARKS 

ALDERMEN TO IRON OUT ROAD-WIDENING ISSUE 

ALDERMEN COMPROMISE ON TREE-SAVING SIDEWALK PLAN 

TOWN CONSIDERS AIRPORT DEBATE 

REVISED HISTORIC MEASURE CONSIDERED 

CARRBORO DISPUTES AMBERLY LAWSUIT 

CARRBORO'S HISTORIC TASK FORCE 'DISGUSTED' 

♦450.000 YEARLY NEEDED TO PAY COMMUNITY CENTER BILL 

CARRBORO BOARD PASSES LEASH LAW 

ALDERMEN DROP POOL FROM CENTER PROPOSAL 

PLANNING HEARING'S FATE IN LIMBO 

TOWN REJECTS PARTS OF TRAFFIC PLAN 

VOTE HAS PRECEDENT 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN CAUTIOUS ON HORACE WILLIAMS AIRPORT DISPUTE 

TOWN DELAYS ACTION ON SHELTER REQUEST 

CARRBORO ANNUAL REPORT READY FOR DISTRIBUTION 

FORUM DEBATES ETHICS IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT (CORRECTED 9-26-89) 

PUBLIC TO HAVE SAY ON HISTORIC DISTRICT PROPOSALS 

HISTORIC DISTRICT CRITICS SPEAK 

HISTORIC DISTRICT COMPROMISE GETS LITTLE PRAISE 

SZOSTAK SAYS HE'LL DROP AMBERLY SUIT 

'CHAPEL HILL' PROJECTS RAISE CARRBORO HACKLES 

PERMIT REVIEW PROCESS PRAISED 

TOWN BACKS AUAY FROM GUIDELINES 

PORTO WANTS REPEAL OF DISTRICT LAW 

TOWN BACKS WATERSHED RULES 

ALDERMAN TURNED OFF TO ALERT CABLE SERVICE 

NELSON FOCUSES ON ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES 

BUSINESS LEADERS QUESTION CANDIDATES 

HANS NOMINATED FOR LIAISON POST 

CARRBORO REITERATES CIRCLE K ARGUMENT 

CARRBORO CONSIDERS PARK LANDS PURCHASES 

BOARD APPROVES FIRST SUBDIVISION IN TRANSITION AREA 

CARRBORO MAY JOIN IN SISTER CITY EXCHANGE 

TOWN TO USE BIKE.SIDEUALK PLAN AS DEVELOPMENT GUIDE 

CARRBORO ADOPTS ESTONIAN SISTER 

CARRBORO APPROVES LAND-USE CHANGE 



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 

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 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



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



4/08/1989 
4/17/1989 

4/19/1989 

4/20/1989 

4/20/1989 

4/23/1989 

4/24/1989 

4/27/1989 

5/02/1989 

5/06/1989 

5/11/1989 

5/11/1989 

5/15/1989 

5/18/1989 

5/19/1989 

5/26/1989 

6/03/1989 

6/05/1989 

6/08/1989 

6/14/1989 

6/15/1989 

6/16/1989 

6/21/1989 

6/22/1989 

6/27/1989 

7/12/1989 

7/13/1989 

7/13/1989 

7/14/1989 

8/15/1989 

8/15/1989 

8/16/1989 

8/17/1989 

8/18/1989 

8/22/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/24/1989 

8/24/1989 

8/25/1989 

8/26/1989 

9/04/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/07/1989 

9/13/1989 

9/14/1989 

9/14/1989 

9/17/1989 

9/20/1989 

9/22/1989 

9/23/1989 

9/26/1989 

9/27/1989 

9/28/1989 

9/29/1989 

9/29/1989 

10/12/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/19/1989 

10/19/1989 

10/26/1989 

10/28/1989 

10/31/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/15/1989 

11/16/1989 

11/23/1939 

11/27/1989 

11/30/1989 

11/30/1989 

12/01/1989 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

P N C62 

N C62 
N C62 

P N C62 

P N C62 

P N C62 
N C62 
N 
N C62 

C N C62 

P N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 

P N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N CA2 
N C62 

P N C62 
N C62 

P N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
E 

P N H90 

P N C62 
N C62 
N C62 

P N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N M20 
N C62 
N C62 

P N C62 
N C62 
N C62 

> N 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 

' N C62 

' N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 
N C62 

» N C62 
N 

N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N U57 

» N M25 
N M25 
N 



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CARRBORO INVITES COMMENT ON '91 BUDGET 

MUSIC LOFT SEEKS TOM LOAN TO RELOCATE STORE 

GOOD BYE AND GOOD LUCK 

TOM LOAN FALLOUT WORRIES ALDERMEN 

HOSPITAL DESIGN ACTION UNCERTAIN 

TOWN TO DEBATE CONVENIENCE STORE REZONING 

CARRBORO REZONING REQUIRES 6 'YESES' 

TOM DEBATES CIRCLE K ISSUE 

CARRBORO DEVELOPER FORESEES SCANT HOPE FOR CONVENIENCE STORE 

RISKY BUSINESS? 

ALDERMAN OK TOWN LOAN FOR MODEL T'S 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERHEN, BUDGET 
CARRBORO HEARING SET FOR TONIGHT 

ONLY SPEAKER TOUTS RECYCLING. PARKING PROGRAMS IN CARRBORO 
BUDGET ISSUES TOP TOWN RETREAT AGENDA 
BUDGET HEARING HAS FEU SPEAKERS 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., ELECTIONS 
FILING PERIOD FOR FALL MUNICIPAL RACES DRAWS NEAR 
THREE STILL UNDECIDED ABOUT ELECTION BIDS 
GURGANUS FILES FOR CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN 
ALDERMAN TO DISCUSS FALL PLANS 
CALDWELL SEEKS THIRD TERM IN CARRBORO 
NELSON SEEKS FIRST BOARD TERM 
GIST SEEKS CARRBORO BOARD SEAT 
YOUR GOVERNMENT IS UP FOR GRABS 
ALDERMAN CANDIDATE FAILS TO PAY TAXES 
CANDIDATE NELSON FAILS TO PAY TAXES 
SINGLE-ISSUE POLITICS 
CANDIDATE URGED DISCLOSURE RULE ADOPTION 
NELSON URGES ADOPTION OF ENVIRONMENT POLICY 
WESTWOOD POST OFFICE OPPONENTS ENDORSE KINNAIRD, DENOUNCE 2... 
CANDIDATES CRITICIZE P.O. FOES' LEAFLET 
STATEMENTS ELEVATE CARRBORO CAMPAIGN 
SIERRA CLUB PICKS LOCAL CANDIDATES 
SIGNS OFF ROAD EDGE, CARRBORO MGR. SAYS 
CALDWELL OUTLINES VIEWS ON CARRBORO'S ISSUES 
CARRBORO CANDIDATES BUTT HEADS OVER WATERSHED PROTECTION, TRAFFIC 
STORY CONTAINED 'MIS-INFORMATION' 
BUSINESS LEADERS QUESTION CANDIDATES 
DEVELOPMENT NO LONGER A DIRTY WORD IN CARRBORO 
POST OFFICE ISSUE SHEDS LIGHT ON CARRBORO CANDIDATES 
VOTE WITH YOUR MIND, NOT A CRYSTAL BALL 

CARRBORO MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMENJVOTE FOR ONE MAYOR AND THREE ALD. 
NELSON RELEASES LIST OF CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 
KINNAIRD CLUBS PORTO 
OLD CARRBORO'S VOICE MAY BE FAILING 
CARRBORO/VOTE TALLY 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERHEN, RETREATS 

BUDGET ISSUES TOP TOWN RETREAT AGENDA 

GARBAGE MAY SPOIL CARRBORO BUDGET 
ALDERMEN WANT ACTION, NOT REACTION 
WATERSHED, LAND USE HIGH ON TOM AGENDA 
HIGH COST OF HOUSING WORRIES ALDERMEN 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERHEN, SWEARING-IN CEREMONY 
CARRBORO INVITES COMMENT ON '91 BUDGET 
MUSIC LOFT SEEKS TOM LOAN TO RELOCATE STORE 
NEW CARRBORO BOARD TAKES REINS 

CARRBORO BUSINESS ASSOCIATION 

MERCHANT WANTS TO REVIVE DORMANT BUSINESS GROUP 

CARRBORO MERCHANTS LINE UP AGAINST SPECIAL DISTRICT TAX 

CARRBORO: IT'S A SLEEPY BOOM TOM/SUNDAY FOCUS: GROWTH IN CARRBORO 

CARR BORO BUSINESS GROUP HOPES FOR REVIVAL 

COMMITTEE SETS MERCHANTS LIST AS INITIAL TASK 

BUSINESS GROUP PICKS LEADERSHIP 



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



— DATE- 

12/05/1989 
12/05/1989 
12/05/1989 
12/07/1989 
12/07/1989 
12/11/1989 
12/12/1989 
12/13/1989 
12/14/1989 
12/20/1989 
12/22/1989 



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N C62 
N C62 
E 

N 042 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
L 
N C62 



CHH 1 1/17/1989 A 3 N C62 

CHH 1 1/18/1989 A 1 N C62 

CHH 1 1/22/1989 A 3 N C62 

CHH 1 5/24/1989 A 3 N C42 



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 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



6/26/1989 

7/10/1989 

7/21/1989 

7/27/1989 

7/28/1989 

8/01/1989 

8/02/1989 

8/02/1989 

8/17/1989 

8/18/1989 

8/30/1989 

9/21/1989 

10/04/1989 

10/10/1989 

10/12/1989 

10/12/1989 

10/15/1989 

10/20/1989 

10/21/1989 

10/24/1989 

10/27/1989 

10/31/1989 

11/02/1989 

11/03/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/07/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/09/1989 



1/22/1989 
1/23/1989 
1/23/1989 
1/24/1989 
1/24/1989 



CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/06/1989 A 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1/12/1989 
2/10/1989 
3/05/1989 
8/30/1989 
9/15/1989 
10/19/1989 



N H90 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
E 

N C62 
N C62 
L 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
E 

N H90 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
L 

N C62 
Q C62 
J 
E 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 



N C62 
P N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 



3 N C62 
3 N C62 
3 N C62 



N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 



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GROUP ENTERS ZONING DEBATE 

CARRBORO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
TASK FORCE RELEASES CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PRIORITY LIST 
STREET, BIKEWAY IMPROVEMENTS TOP CARRBORO UISH LIST 
CARRBORO BUDGET PLAN OMITS COMMUNITY CENTER 

CARRBORO COMMONS 

SEE CARRBORO, N.C., TOWN COMMONS 

CARRBORO COMMUNITY PARK 
SEE CARRBORO, N.C., PARKS 

CARRBORO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

EFLAND AREA GROWTH CONSIDERED/COST OF WATER AND SEWER MAY LIMIT DEV. 

CARRBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
BARTER DAY 

CARRBORO MULLS TOWN-SCHOOL GYM 
YOUNG VOTERS APPROVE 'TAX HIKE' 
GYM PLANS ON HOLD IN CARRBORO 
CARRBORO EXPLORING GYM EXPANSION 
GETTING A HEAD START 
ALDERMEN OK PERMIT FOR SCHOOL EXPANSION 

CARRBORO FARMERS MARKET 
SEE ALSO FARMERS MARKETS 
TOWN TO CONTINUE MARKET SUBSIDY 
FARMERS' MARKET OPENS TO EARLY-SEASON FIZZLE 
FRESH FROM THE MARKET 
'AN EASY EDITORIAL ON A SLOW DAY' 
'COMMONS' PLAN STRIKES HOPEFUL NOTE 
ORANGE TAX FUNDS FOR ALL, MARKET FARMERS SAY 
BOARD OPTS TO WITHHOLD $15,000 FOR MARKET 
KINNAIRD HOPEFUL ABOUT COMMONS 
COMMISSIONER WANTS MARKET FUNDS RELEASED 
COUNTY FREES MONEY FOR FARMERS' MARKET 

CARRBORO FIRE DEPT. 

APARTMENT FIRE CAUSE UNKNOWN; CARRBORO FIRE FIGHTERS STOP BLAZE,.. 
QUICK RESPONSE SAVES APARTMENTS 

CARRBORO HUMAN SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

KEEP FUNDING FOR HUMAN SERVICES, BOARD TOLD 

CARRBORO LIONS CLUB 

SEE ALSO LIONS CLUB INTERNATIONAL 
CARRBORO LIONS TO HOLD AZALEA SALE 

CARRBORO MAYOR'S OFFICE 

SEE CARRBORO, N.C., MAYOR'S OFFICE 

CARRBORO PLAYERS 

'INFANCY' IS A-FINE 

NEW ON THE BOARBS/CARRBORO PLAYERS' 'INFANCY' 

CARRBORO PLAZA 

SEE ALSO PLANTATION PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 
PLAZA MAY GET NEW FACE, NAME 

CARRBORO POLICE DEPT. 

SEMI-AUTOMATICS NEEDED BY POLICE, CHIEF HERJE SAYS 
HILLSBOROUGH POLICE WAGE BIGGEST DRUG WAR IN ORANGE COUNTY 

CARRBORO POST OFFICE 

CEMETERY SALE MEASURE READY, BARNES SAYS 
POST OFFICE SITE MAY BE BURIED 
POSTAL OFFICIALS EYE UESTWOOD 
CARRBORO CAN SELL CEMETERY LAND 



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

CHH 1 12/01/1989 A 3 N C62 



CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 3 N C62 
CHH 1 2/15/1989 A 1 N C62 
CHH 1 5/03/1989 A 1 P N C62 



CHH 1 


11/10/1989 A 


3 N W57 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


8 P P T32 


CHH 1 


2/16/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


3P N C62 


CHH 1 


2/28/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


3/02/1989 A 


5 N 


CHH 1 


6/11/1989 A 


1 P P T44 


CHH 1 


7/12/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


3/02/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/26/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


5/08/1989 A 


2 P P T44 


CHH 1 


6/02/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


6/20/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


6/25/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


6/30/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


6/30/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


7/03/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


8/17/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


4/12/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


8/03/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


2/23/1989 A 


3 N C62 



CHH 1 4/21/1989 A 3 N 



11/16/1989 A 
11/17/1989 D 



CHH 1 4/21/1989 A 



CHH 
CHH 



1 2/04/1989 A 
1 4/01/1989 A 



8 R K31 
6 P F U63 



N C62 



1 P N C62 

1 N R63 



CHH 1 1/28/1989 A 3 N M20 

CHH 1 2/28/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 3/22/1989 A 3 P N C62 

CHH 1 3/24/1989 A 3 N 



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U.S. POSTAL SERVICE DELIVERS FRUSTRATION OVER CARRBORO SITE 

CARRBORO OFFICIALS RESIGNED TO POST OFFICE IN CEMETERY 

BOARD TO VOTE ON CEMETERY PURCHASE 

SENATE OKS CEMETERY LAND SALE TO CARRBORO P.O. 

POST OFFICE SITE WORK TEHFSRARILY C* HOLD 

TOM OKS RESPONSE TO POST OFFICE CRITICS 

CANDIDATES CRITICIZE P.O. FOES' LEAFLET 

CARRBORO AUAITS P.O. APPRAISAL 

SEARCH FOR NEW POST OFFICE SITE HAY HAVE HIT LAND APPRAISAL SNAG 

POST OFFICE BELONGS DOUNTOUN 

ADVISORY GROUP HOLDS 'UNOFFICIAL' CEMETERY MEETING 

CARRBORO RECREATION DEFT. 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., COMMUNITY CENTER (PROPOSED) 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., PARKS 

CARRBORO REC DEPARTMENT CAMPAIGNING FOR TOP PRIORITY IN GYMS 

ANNUAL TINY TOTS' TEATIME GOES OVER BIG IN CARRBORO 

CUB REPORTERS HONE SKILLS AT SUMMER CAMP 

♦450,000 YEARLY NEEDED TO PAY COMMUNITY CENTER BILL 

CARRBORO ROAD RACE 

SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 
10-K VICTORY 

CARRBORO SENIOR CENTER 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 

CARRBORO HAS A SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER 
WRENN WAS RIGHT 

CARRBORO TOWN ATTORNEY 

MORGAN, BROUGH REHIRED 

CARRBORO TOWN HALL 

CARRBORO REMEMBERS TOWN HALL'S SCHOOL DAYS 
STAGE SET FOR THE FOURTH 

CARRBORO TOWN MANAGER 

MORGAN, BROUGH REHIRED 

CARRBORO TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., BUSES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., STREETS 
OPEN HOUSE IS FIRST PHASE FOR TRAFFIC PLAN CHH 

BOARD ADVISES CARRBORO NOT TO FUND TROLLEYS (CORRECTION PRINTED 4-20-89) CHH 



TOWN REJECTS PARTS OF TRAFFIC PLAN 
VOTE HAS PRECEDENT 

CARRBORO UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

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

CARRIAGES 

RIDE IN AN OLD CARRIAGE 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

CARRINGTON LISTS HONOR ROLLS 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH ANNOUNCES HONOR STUDENTS 

CARRINGTON LISTS HONOR ROLLS 

A 'RANEY' DAY; AUTHOR CLYDE EDGERTON MESMERIZES STUDENTS WITH MUSIC... 

MATTER OF PRINCIPAL 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS 

'NATURAL' RIVALS MEET IN CONTEST SERIES 
CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH BOASTS TRIPLE CHAMPIONS 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASEBALL 

CARRINGTON COUGARS SCRATCH OUT CULBRETH COUGARS, 10-5 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 
PHILLIPS TOPPLES CARRINGTON 



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CHH 1 3/30/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 4/06/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 5/02/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 5/10/1989 A 


9 N 


CHH 1 9/01/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 9/28/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 12/13/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 5/16/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 7/30/1989 A 


1 PN M20 


CHH 1 8/07/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 9/04/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 11/06/1989 A 


1 P P T44 


CHH 1 7/12/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 7/14/1989 A 


4 L 



CHH 1 6/16/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 6/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/04/1989 A 



1 N M20 
3P P L38 



CHH 1 6/16/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 



CHH 1 



2/09/1989 A 
4/18/1989 A 
9/14/1989 A 
9/14/1989 A 



3 N C62 

1 N C62 

3 N C62 

3 N C62 



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



N M70 
N M70 



H 1 4/14/1989 C 1 P P 



2 3/04/1989 A 
2 6/17/1989 A 
2 7/22/1989 A 
2 10/03/1989 C 
2 10/07/1989 C 



S 2 5/23/1989 B 
S 2 11/28/1989 B 



11 N 

10 N 
8 N 
1 P N S92 
1 P P T37 



5 P N A76 

5 P N A76 



S 2 4/18/1989 D 6 P N A76 



S 2 1/10/1989 D 4 P N A76 



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CARRINGTON COUGARS CLAW 7>£IR WAY TO A WIN OVER CHEWNING RED DEVILS 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH BOASTS TRIPLE CHAMPIONS 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, GIRLS (GENERALi SEE ALSO EACH SPORT) 
CARRINGTON GIRLS UIN SOFTBALL TOURNEY 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SOCCER 
CARRINGTON CLIPS CHEWNING IN SOCCER 
CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH BOASTS TRIPLE CHAMPIONS 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SOFTBALL 
CARRINGTON GIRLS WIN SOFTBALL TOURNEY 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, TRACK 
CARRINGTON BOYS CAPTURE 8TH TRACK CROWN 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, VOLLEYBALL (GIRLS) 
CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH BOASTS TRIPLE CHAHPIONS 

CARROUSELS 

SEE CAROUSELS 

CARS 

SEE AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 

CARTOONISTS 

SEE ALSO CONIC BOOKS 

SEE ALSO COMICS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HERALD, CARTOONS 

HACNELLY'S ONLY 'REGRET'S HIS CARTOONS HAVEN'T BROUGHT A LAWSUIT 

CHURCH HARPOONS LAMPOONER 

WILD SIDE ARTIST'S FOCUS 

CARY, N.C. 

RAINY RUN FOR FUN 

HOME FOR NUNS PROMPTS DISPUTE 

NONWOVEN FABRICS ASSOCIATION MOVING HEADQUARTERS TO CARY 

GOVERNOR JOINS IN REDEDICATION OF AIRLINES CENTER 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS ANNOUNCES PLANS TO BUILD $10 MILLION WAREHOUSE 

SHOPPING MALL IN CARY MAY NOT BE BUILT 

CARY, N.C!, WATER SUPPLY 

AIRPORT CAUGHT IN MIDDLE OF MORRISVILLE-CARY PIPE ISSUE 

CARY OIL CO. 

OIL LEAKS INTO WELL FROM TANK AT STORE 

CASH'S USED CARS 

CAR DEALER LIKES DEPUTIES' FAST WORK 

CAR DEALER'S EARLY RISE HELPS CATCH ESCAPEE 

CAST OF CHARACTERS (PLAY) 

RUTH DRAPER'S CHARACTERS ALIVE AND WELL 

CASWELL COUNTY, N.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

CASWELL COUNTY HAS INDUSTRIAL RECRUITER ON JOB 

CASWELL COUNTY, N.C, ROADS 

1-85 DEFINES ALAMANCE TRAFFIC VOLUME 

CASWELL COUNTY PRISON UNIT 

CASWELL CORRECTIONAL CENTER DEDICATED 

CATALOGS 

MAIL ORDER HOUSES SHOULD BE TAXED 



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

S 2 2/14/1989 B 5 P N A76 
S 2 11/28/1989 B 5 P N A76 
S 2 5/30/1989 D 5 N A76 



S 2 10/10/1989 D 1 P N A76 
S 2 11/28/1989 B 5 P N A76 



S 2 5/30/1989 D 5 N A76 
S 2 6/13/1989 C 4 N A76 
S 2 11/28/1989 B 5 P N A76 



CHH 1 4/11/1989 A 3 P N M70 
H 2 5/26/1989 A 4 E 
CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 3 P N H90 



H 2 1/02/1989 B 1 P P S73 

H 2 1/18/1989 D 9 N 

H 2 1/29/1989 D 6 N 

H 2 2/14/1989 C 1 N P41 

H 2 4/21/1989 A 9 N 

H 2 7/01/1989 B 3 N 



H 2 9/21/1989 C 2 N K65 
H 2 1/15/1989 B 1 N P41 



S 2 3/01/1989 C 1 N B53 
H 2 3/02/1989 C 3 N M51 



S 2 4/06/1989 D 4 P R W63 

H 1 4/20/1989 C 1 P N T33 

H 1 2/14/1989 C 1 M N 046 

H 1 3/24/1989 C 1 N H60 

CHH 1 7/26/1989 A 4 L 



CATARACTS 

SEE ALSO BLIND 



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SURGEONS SHOULD FOLLOW UP ON CATARACT PATIENTS 

CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS 

CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS CALLS FOR STRATEGY 

COUNTY MEDICAID LIST TO SWELL BY 1,000 WITH FEDERAL PROGRAM 

CATASTROPHIC CARE TAX UNFAIR TO THE ELDERLY 

HEALTH CARE COSTS TARNISH THE 'GOLDEN YEARS' 

PORTIONS OF HEALTH PROPOSAL SHOULD BE RIVIVED, PRICE SAYS 

CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS HEALTH INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO WEALTH INSURANCE 
CONGRESS SPINS WHEEL 
THE HEALTH CARE DILEMMA 
NEW MEDICARE PAYMENTS STIR CONTROVERSY 

CATAWBA COLLEGE 

COMMUNITY HELPS CATAWBA THRIVE 

CATAWBA FALLS 

MCDOWELL COUNTY'S CATAWBA FALLS GOES PUBLIC 

CATERERS. DURHAM 

SUSANNE FREYTAG CATERS TO THE STARS 

CATFISH 

THIS NON-JOINER SUCCUMBS TO LURE OF THE CATFISH LOVERS 

CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA 
FASHION THROUGH THE YEARS 
FASHIONS FROM PAST 

CATHOLIC NUNS 

HONE FOR NUNS PROMPTS DISPUTE 



S 2 7/26/1989 A 15 U 



S 2 1/12/1989 A 6 P F S27 

H 2 4/05/1989 C 1 N A54 

H 2 9/09/1989 A 4 J 

H 2 11/28/1989 A 6 P G S56 

CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 3 P N 



H 2 7/27/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 9/27/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 12/06/1989 B 1 N 



S 2 1/16/1989 A 6 N 

H 2 9/17/1989 E 16 P U W66 

S 2 6/28/1989 C 1 P F S27 

H 2 8/20/1989 C 1 U N36 



S 2 10/07/1989 A 5 P P K30 
S 2 10/21/1989 A 5 P P T37 



H 2 1/18/1989 D 9 N 



CATS 



CATBIRD? S 2 
ROXBORO WOMAN, 78, FEARS PERSON COUNTY KILLED HER CAT/SEEKS COMPENSATION H 2 

KITTY ON ALERT CHH 1 

CAT'S DEATH ATTRIBUTED TO FLEA SPRAY H 2 

FRED WAS PROUD TOMCAT, BUT NO MATCH FOR FELINE VIRUS H 2 

BLACK CATS S 2 

2 TINY KITTENS RESUSCITATED BY FIREMAN AFTER HOUSE BLAZE H 2 

BREATHING EASIER S 2 

A TRUE CATBIRD SEAT CHH 1 



2/17/1989 

3/14/1989 

9/09/1989 

9/13/1989 

10/17/1989 

10/28/1989 

11/14/1989 B 

11/14/1989 A 

11/30/1989 A 



1 P P L38 

1 N T33 

2 P P C45 
1 P N C60 

10 P N J40 
5 P P R56 

14 N M51 
7 PT32 

3 P P L38 



CAT'S CRADLE (BAR) 

CAT'S CRADLE NIGHTCLUB TO GET NEW QUARTERS 

CARRASCO AND CROWNS TURN CAT'S CRADLE INTO FIESTA BALLROOM 

CRADLE OWNER FILES SUIT OVER LOAN 

CAT'S CRADLE BACKS WERNER FOR BOARD 

'PAVILION' TO DISPLACE CAT'S CRADLE 

(11 MILLION COMPLEX TO REPLACE FAILED WADDELL PROJECT 

CATTLE 
SEE COWS 
SEE LIVESTOCK 

CAUSTIC SODA (SODIUM HYDROXIDE) 
SEE SODIUM HYDROXIDE 

CAVITIES 

UNC RESEARCH TARGETS CAVITY-PRONE CHILDREN 

CAZWELL DEVELOPMENT INC. 

WOMAN CHALLENGES CITY'S RIGHT OF EMINENT DOMAIN 

LAWYER ARGUES CONDEMNATION ACTION WRONG 

DEVELOPER SAYS SHE SOUGHT DEAL WITH WOMAN ON SEWER LINE 

60-DAY INJUNCTION ISSUED IN SEWER EASEMENT FIGHT 

WOMAN WINS 1ST ROUND IN BATTLE OVER SEWER LINE 

FIRM SHIFTS SEWER, ENDS CONDEMNATION 



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



1/18/1989 A 

6/22/1989 B 

6/23/1989 A 

10/17/1989 A 

11/21/1989 A 

11/21/1989 A 



N M70 
R H90 
N 
N 

N M70 
N M70 



H 2 1/02/1989 B 6 N 



H 


2 


4/12/1989 C ! 


1 N S69 


H 


2 


4/18/1989 B 1 


I N S69 


S 


2 


4/18/1989 C : 


L N B53 


H 


2 


4/19/1989 A 3 


t N S69 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 C 


I N B53 


S 


2 


7/27/1989 A « 


I N B53 



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WIDOW'S LAND SAVED FROM CONDEMNATION 

CITY LATE PAYING LEGAL SETTLEMENT 

DEVELOPER TO PAY LEGAL COSTS FROM CONDEMNATION DISMISSAL 

DELAY IN PAYING BILL IS POOR CITY SERVICE 

CEDAR CREEK POTTERY 

A CRAFTY WAY TO WELCOME SPRING/TUESDAY TALK 

TEAPOTS SHORT, TEAPOTS STOUT; CEDAR CREEK GALLERY HOSTS NATIONAL SHOW 

TEAPOTS AT CEDAR CREEK A SHOW OF BORN-AGAIN CLAY 

OAKLEY ENHANCES LIFE'S QUALITY 

CEDAR GROVE.N.C 

HALKIOTIS, CAREY LEERY OF ZONING TOWNSHIPS 

CELLULAR ONE 

CELLULAR ONE PLANS TO MOVE INTO LARGER QUARTERS 
MOBILE-PHONE INSTALLER OFFERS A WOMAN'S TOUCH 

CELLULAR PHONE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO MOBILE TELEPHONES 
BUDGET FUNDS ALLOTTED TO COVER CATES' MOBILE PHONE EXPENSES 

CEMENT 

IT'S A HARD JOB 

CEMETERIES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO GEER CEMETERY (OLD CITY CEMETERY) 
SEE ALSO MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY 

NEGLECTED, ALMOST FORGOTTEN CEMETERY TARGET FOR PRESERVATION SOCIETY... 

PANEL BACKS REQUEST FOR AID ON CLEANUP OF OLD CEMETERY 

Cin TO HELP CLEAN CEMETERY 

CEMETERIES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, CEMETERIES 

SEE ALSO GRAVE ROBBERY 

SEE ALSO TOMBSTONES 
♦2.73 MILLION BEING SOUGHT TO INVENTORY OLD GRAVE SITES 
ACCURATE HEADSTONE COUNT GOAL OF N.C. CEMETERY SURVEY 

CENSORSHIP 

SEE ALSO FIRST AMENDMENT 
SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF THE PRESS 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, CENSORSHIP 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S., CENSORSHIP 

PAINTINGS SENT TO CHAPEL HILL AFTER PROTEST IN ELIZABETH CITY 

WEST HOLDS MUSLIMS TO DOUBLE STANDARD 

CENSORING INMATES' READING 

MAGAZINE SALES HALTED BY PROTEST 

WHO SHOULD DECIDE WHAT ART THE PUBLIC CAN SEE? 

TASTE AND GENTILITY STILL IN VOGUE 

HELMS LOADS UP FOR ELECTION 

LET TV VIEWERS BE THE JUDGES 

ARTISTS IN RALEIGH ARE HEDGING THEIR BETS IN PUBLIC 

ZEALOUS CENSORS ARE THREAT TO FREE THOUGHT 

A COPY EDITOR'S DILEMMA: WHEN IDEALISM MEETS REALITY 

CENSORSHIP AND THE MILITARY 

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 

DUKE 'SATIRE' OF WORKERS SAID RACIST 

'RACIST' ARTICLES LEAD TO DUKE EDITOR'S OUSTER 

DON'T CENSOR EDUCATION 

CENSUS 

SEE U.S. CENSUS BUREAU 

CENTEL EMPLOYEES 

SEE CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 



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2 7/28/1989 C 
2 11/07/1989 A 
2 11/08/1989 C 
2 11/09/1989 A 



H 2 4/04/1989 B 

H 2 7/25/1989 A 

H 2 8/20/1989 E 

H 2 9/11/1989 A 



1 NS69 
1 N B53 
1 P N B53 
4 E 



1 P U W15 
6 P F U66 
8 P R G68 
4 E 



CHH 1 11/01/1989 A 1 N M20 



H 2 1/15/1989 D 
S 2 5/27/1989 C 



CHH 1 5/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/04/1989 A 



2 2/12/1989 B 
2 4/07/1989 C 
2 4/19/1989 B 



3/29/1989 B 
4/13/1989 B 



H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 



CHH 1 



CHH 1 



3/09/1989 

3/15/1989 

5/17/1989 

7/02/1989 

7/09/1989 

7/23/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/11/1989 

8/27/1989 

9/04/1989 

9/13/1989 

10/10/1989 

11/14/1989 

11/15/1989 

11/15/1989 

11/19/1989 

11/22/1989 

12/06/1989 

12/29/1989 



6 N C47 
1 P NT77 



3 P N H90 
3 P P L38 



1 MN N36 
1 N S69 
6 N 



5 N 
4 N 



N 

L 

E 

N 
P U G68 

U W09 

E 

E 
P J L59 

E 

U 

E 

N N36 
P N S22 
P N N36 

U G68 

N S17 
P N N36 

E 



CENTENARIANS 



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SEE ALSO AGING 
79 YEARS TOGETHER UNBROKEN 
FUNERAL HELD WEDNESDAY FOR MRS. MCCLAMB, 103 
BUSH SENDS BIRTHDAY LETTER TO TWINS WHO WILL BE 105 
FOR OLDEST TWINS (105). THERE WILL BE GREAT BIRTHDAY HOOPLA 
MRS. HOZELL HOLLOWAY, 101 YEARS OLD 
TWINS CELEBRATE THEIR 103TH BIRTHDAY 
WORLD'S OLDEST TWINS TURN 105 
MRS. PEARL M. HASKINS, 101 YEARS OLD 
HENDERSON WOMAN DIES AT 103 
FUNERAL SERVICE TODAY FOR MRS. CATES. AGE 102 
MRS. BELLE EAKES PEED, 104 
MRS. DELLA KATHLEEN PARNELL, 102, OF DURHAM 
DURHAM IS HOSPITABLE HOME TO LONG-LIVED CITIZENS 
THE CENTURY MARK 

DANIEL, 107, RETIRED OXFORD FARMER 
MARY MOORE ENJOYS 100TH BIRTHDAY 
MAN'S LONG WAIT REWARDED 
MRS. PARROTT, 105, DIES IN HER ROXBORO HOME 
MRS. CANNADY DIES AT 106 

CENTER FOR AGING 

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

CENTER FOR CREATIVE LEADERSHIP (GREENSBORO) 

FUN AT WORK IS NO JOKE, SAYS DURHAM RESEARCHER 

CENTER FOR HEALTH PROMOTION I DISEASE PREVENTION 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C-OMPEL HILL CENTER FOR HEALTH PROMOTION & DISEASE... 

CENTER FOR MICROELECTRONICS (GENERAL ELECTRIC-OWNED) 

SEE ALSO ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO MICROELECTRONICS CENTER OF N.C. (STATE RESEARCH FACILITY) 

GE MICROELECTRONICS CENTER MAY BE SOLD 

HARRIS BUYS GE CENTER IN RTP 

RTI STUDY REVEALS 95X OF TOXIC WASTE IN WATER 

CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL WELL-BEING 

DOCTORS OFTEN NEED SPECIALIZED DOCTORING 

CONFERENCE SET ON PROFESSIONAL WELL-BEING 
HE HELPS HEAL THE HEALERS 

CENTER GALLERY 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO ARTSCENTER (FORMERLY CARRBORO ART SCHOOL) 
BOX ART REKINDLES A '60S DEBATE 

CENTERFEST 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DURHAM 
APPLICANTS SOUGHT FOR CENTERFEST 

CENTERFEST (SPECIAL SECTION) (CORRECTION PRINTED 9-19-89) 
CENTERFEST ROCKS IN '89 

ONE HELLUVA WEEKEND! CENTERFEST COMES 'ROUND AGAIN 
FESTIVAL BRINGS MUSIC AND CRAFTS DOWNTOWN TODAY 
CENTERFEST ON DESPITE WEATHER 
CROWDS FLOCK TO CITY'S STREET FESTIVAL 
IN A FESTIVE MOOD 
SERIOUS WORK GOING ON HERE 
SERIOUS WORK GOING ON HERE 
WEATHER SPARES FEST'S LAST DAY 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

FEST CALLED BEST EVER; BLUES CONCERT EYES 1990 
FEST CALLED BEST EVER; BLUES CONCERT EYES 1990 
CENTERFEST A SUCCESS DESPITE RAIN 
FESTIVALS ATTRACT FANS 

CENTERPOINT 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C, SHOPPING CENTERS 
DEVELOPER PLANS 200-ACRE PROJECT NEAR 1-40, OLD 86 
MALL OWNERS CONSIDER JOINING TOWN 
CENTERPOINTE REQUEST GOES BEFORE PUBLIC 



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1/01/1989 C 
1/05/1989 C 
1/05/1989 D 
1/08/1989 C 
1/12/1989 C 
1/14/1989 B 
1/14/1989 C 
2/10/1989 C 
2/15/1989 C 
2/27/1989 B 
3/24/1989 C 
4/10/1989 B 
4/19/1989 B 
6/20/1989 A 
6/23/1989 
7/13/1989 
8/29/1989 
10/26/1989 
11/21/1989 



N36 



P P 



N 

U 



N 
P P T32 











F 
P P 


P F S27 

E 







S27 
T32 



H 2 12/28/1989 A 6 P N 211 



H 2 5/11/1989 C 
S 2 7/06/1989 A 
S 2 7/17/1989 A 



S 2 3/10/1989 B 
H 2 3/18/1989 B 
H 2 4/10/1989 A 



1 N K65 
1 M N 
1 P N T77 



1 P F G59 
3 N 
1 P N C60 



H 2 3/03/1989 D 4 P R G68 



7/03/1989 

9/12/1989 

9/14/1989 

9/15/1989 

9/16/1989 

9/16/1989 

9/17/1989 B 

9/18/1989 A 

9/18/1989 B 

9/18/1989 B 

9/18/1989 A 

9/19/1989 

9/22/1989 

9/22/1989 

9/23/1989 

9/25/1989 



N 
D F 

P F B71 
P F 
M N W66 



N H65 
N J40 
P K30 
P K30 
P C45 
N S92 
N 

N S92 
N B85 
N 
E 



CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 1 M N R63 
CHH 1 7/04/1989 A 3 N D38 
CHH 1 10/24/1989 A 3 N 



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CENTRAL AMERICA 

SEE ALSO INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION ON CENTRAL AMERICAN RECOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT 



SEN. SANFORD PRESENTS CENTRAL AMERICAN PLAN 

'PILGRIMAGE' BEGINS IN HILLSBOROUGH 

MARCHERS BEGIN CENTRAL AMERICA 'PEACE PILGRIMAGE* 

SANFORD TO SPEAK ON CENTRAL AMERICA 

CENTRAL AMERICAN RECOVERY PANEL PRAISED 

CENTRAL AMERICAN RECOVERY PANEL PRAISED; COMMISSION PLANS' SPECIFICS... 

MACHETES VS. DEMOCRACY 

CENTRAL BUILDERS DC. 

COMMISSIONERS MULL CONTRACT QUESTION 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK FINANCIAL CORP. 
HILL, STILL GOING STRONG AT 87, EXCITED ABOUT ANOTHER BUILDING 
UORKER INJURED IN FALL FROM CCB 
GOLD STAR CONTEST SET FOR TEACHERS 
CCB GIFT PUTS MUSEUM NEARER GOAL 
GROUND TO BE BROKEN SOON FOR CCB OPERATIONS CENTER 
CCB'S GOLD STAR AUARDS 

CCB AGAIN IS SPONSORING AUARDS TO TOP CITY, COUNTY TEACHERS 
THANK YOU! CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK (AD) 
CCB GROUNDBREAKING 

SMALLER N.C. BANKS SEEN MERGER TARGETS 
2 HATER LINES RUPTURE, SOAK DOWNTOWN OFFICES 
BROKEN MAINS GUSH WATER IN DOUNTOUN 
BROKEN WATER MAINS FLOOD DOUNTOUN DURHAM 
2ND UATER LINE NEARLY MENDED 
DURHAM UATER MAINS RUPTURE 
UATER MAINS DOUNTOUN BURST AGAIN 
CITY CREWS CONTINUE WORK ON LEAKY MAIN 
CORPORATIONS PLEDGE «15.5 MILLION TO STADIUM 
BANKS CITE HEAVY LOBBY TRAFFIC IN DENYING CHECK-CASHING SERVICE 
CITY COULD LOSE FUNDS IN CCB PACT 
MINDING THEIR C'S AND B'S 
CCB TO CREATE LOAN POOL FOR LOU-INCOME HOUSING 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO., SALES AND EARNINGS 
CCB REPORTS RECORD EARNINGS IN 1988 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO. (CROASDAILE BRANCH) 

POLICE LOG/ROBBER HANDS MOTE TO BANK TELLER, UALKS AUAY UTTH MONEY 
CRIMESTOPPER 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK 1 TRUST CO. (FOREST HILLS) 
MAN ROBS CCB BRANCH 

BANK ROBBER ARMED UITH ROCK-IN-BAG FLEES UITH DEPOSIT 
POLICE STILL SEEKING BANK ROBBER 
DURHAM BUCKS N.C. BANK ROBBERY TREND 
FBI AGENTS CHARGE DURHAM MAN UITH CCB BANK ROBBERY 
ARREST MADE IN JUNE 13 BANK ROBBERY/POLICE LOG 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK i, TRUST CO. (HILLSBOROUGH, N.C.) 

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS BANKING ON HILLSBOROUGH GROWTH 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO. (SOUTH SQUARE MALL) 
ROBBER HOLDS UP SOUTH SQUARE CCB 
MAN BREAKS THROUGH BANK WALL, ROBS TELLERS AT GUNPOINT 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO. (UNIVERSITY DRIVE) 
BRANCHING OUT 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK FINANCIAL CORP. 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK (, TRUST CO. 
CCB ASSETS UP 13X 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK FOUNDATION 

CCB GIFT PUTS MUSEUM NEARER GOAL 



H 

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



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



2/12/1989 A 
3/19/1989 A 
3/20/1989 A 
4/06/1989 B 
4/08/1989 A 
4/08/1989 A 
12/16/1989 A 



N 
N 

N R63 
N 

N N36 
N N36 
E 



H 2 1/10/1989 C 6 N A54 



1/03/1989 C 
2/15/1989 A 
V06/1989 B 
4/06/1989 A 
4/09/1989 F 
4/10/1989 A 
4/11/1989 C 
4/19/1989 H 
4/23/1989 F 
4/26/1989 D 
5773/1989 A 
5/24/1989 C 
5/24/1989 C 
5/24/1989 B 
5/28/1989 A 
5/29/1989 
5/29/1989 
6/09/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/20/1989 
10/26/1989 
12/05/1989 



H 2 1/18/1989 D 5 



H 2 9/28/1989 C 
H 2 10/09/1989 B 



2 6/13/1989 A 
2 6/14/1989 C 
2 6/14/1989 B 
2 6/24/1989 A 
2 10/04/1989 A 
2 10/05/1989 C 



N K65 
N B53 
N 

N M06 
N 
E 

N S92 
A 

P K30 
N 

N C61 
N R63 
P S76 
N C61 
N M51 
N M51 
N S92 
N S69 
N C47 
N C61 
P 
N E33 



N M51 
N 



N 

N M51 
N T37 
N M06 
N ES3 
N M51 



CHH 1 3/09/1989 A 1 N R63 



S 2 10/10/1989 A 1 P N B53 
H 2 10/11/1989 C 1 N M51 



H 2 12/10/1989 F 1 P P T37 

S 2 7/14/1989 C 2 N 
S 2 4/06/1989 A 1 N M06 



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CCB GIVES $50,000 TO MUSEUM FUND DRIVE 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX 

BUSINESS BRIEFING/TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX SHOWS DECLINE FOR NOVEMBER... 

CCB TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX SHOWS RISE FOR DECEMBER/BUSINESS BRIEFING 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX UP 0.3X/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX SHOWS SLIGHT DROP 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX SLIPS 0.3 PERCENT DURING FEBRUARY 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX DOWN/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 

CCB TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX DOWN 0.1 PERCENT FOR HAY 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX DIPS 0.1X/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX UP 0.4X 

CENTRAL CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE (FORMERLY CENTRAL CAROLINA TECH. INST.) 
CHATHAM BOND REFERENDUM SET; CCCC BOND ISSUE CONSIDERED 
LEGALITY OF BOND MEETING GETS ATTORNEYS' CLEARING 
COLLEGE CAMPUS BOND TO BE RECONSIDERED 

CENTRAL CAROLINA YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION 
tyr ALSO SOCCER 

SOCCER GROUP KICKS OFF 1989 SEASON 
SOCCER SEASON KICKS OFF 

CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (HILLSBOROUGH, N.C.) 

CENTRAL STUDENTS HIT BOOKS FOR CHANCE TO 'LOOK PROUD' 

SCHOOL TO GET GOVERNOR'S AWARD 

COMPUTER MAKES DITTO OUT-OF-DATE AT CENTRAL 

CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 

SPOKESMAN SAYS CIA WON'T DEBATE CAOTJS OPPONENTS 

CIA SEEKS RECRUITS 

CIA 'ULTIMATE OVERSEAS CAREER' 

PROBATION SENTENCE GIVEN TO MCKINLEY 

PROT E ST VIGIL COMES TO EARLY END FOR STUDENT 

A PROTESTER'S GESTURE 

FIRST AMENDMENT DOES ITS .OB AT UNC 

DUKE TO CLARIFY CIA CONNECTIONS 

ANTI-CIA PROTESTER SENTENCED 

TRAGEDY SPURS CHANGE IN 1989 

TRAGEDY SPURS CHANGE IN 1989 

CENTRAL INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
NCCU SET TO MEET HAMPTON 
VIRGINIA UNION TOO MUCH FOR EAGLES 

WHETHER IT'S A TOURNAMENT OR FESTIVAL, CIAA EVENT LIES UP TO TRADITION 
IT'S 'CRYING TIME' AGAIN IN THE CIAA 
W-S STATE, VIRGINIA STATE FAVORITES IN CIAA ACTION 

CENTRAL LABOR UNION 

SEE DURHAM CENTRAL LABOR UNION 

CENTRAL PIEDMONT INDUSTRY COUNCIL 

SEE PRIVATE INDUSTRY COUNCIL (NOW RESEARCH TRIANGLE PRIVATE INDUSTRY COUNCIL) 



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P 


E 

D 


S I T 
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H 


2 


4/08/1989 C 


2 N 


H 
H 

s 

s 

H 

s 

H 

S 

s 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1/08/1989 D 
2/12/1989 D 
3/25/1989 A 
4/22/1989 A 
4/23/1989 D 
5/20/1989 A 
7/30/1989 D 
8/12/1989 A 
9/09/1989 A 


6 N 

6 N 

10 PN 

2 N 
6 N 

3 N 

8 N 
2 N 

9 N 



CHH 1 8/07/1989 A 3 N M25 
CHH 1 8/15/1989 A 7 N K25 
CHH 1 8/23/1989 A 3 P N M25 



S 2 3/07/1989 D 


4 P N A76 


S 2 3/14/1989 B 


6 P N A76 


CHH 1 5/01/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 


5 N S17 


CHH 1 10/19/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 10/31/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 11/07/1989 A 


1 P P C45 


CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 


4 E 


S 2 11/1671989 A 


1 N E33 


CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 12/31/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 12/31/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


H 2 2/23/1989 D 


1 N P75 


S 2 2/27/1989 D 


5 P U P52 


H 2 3/05/1989 C 


4 N P75 


H 2 8/16/1989 D 


1 P U P75 


S 2 8/23/1989 D 


8 F A76 



CENTRAL PIEDMONT JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW (, SALE 
SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 
SHOW RIBBONS WORTH THE WORK 

CENTRAL PRISON, DEATH ROW 

SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES .N.C. 
DURHAM MURDER MAY BE RETRIED 

CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 

SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, N.C. 
ROY PURYEAR TO HEAD CENTRAL TELEPHONE'S REGIONAL ENGINEERING 
COUNTY APPROVES PHONE EQUIPMENT 

CERAMIC FIBERS 

NCSU PROFESSOR SAYS ASTRONAUTS COULD MAKE SPACE STATIONS OF CERAMIC... 



CHH 1 4/20/1989 A 1 P N M25 



H 2 3/27/1989 A 1 P N S82 



H 2 3/02/1989 D 
CHH 1 12/21/1989 A 



5 P N 
3 N 



H 2 2/24/1989 A 12 P N 



CERAMICS 



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BLINDNESS DOESN'T HANDICAP MINISTER 
CERAMICS SHOU 

CEREALS 

RECENT FDA FLAP OVER FIBER CEREALS IS FOOLISH 

GRAIN OF TRUTH/ARE CEREAL HEALTH CLAIMS VALID? WELL ...YES AND NO 

CEREBRAL PALSY 

SEE ALSO LENOX BAKER CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 
NORMAN MASSEY SPENDS LIFE BRIGHTENING OTHER LIVES 

CEREBRAL PALSY HOSPITAL 

SEE LENOX BAKER CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

CERTAIN SENTENCING 

SEE CRIMINAL SENTENCING 

CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION FINANCING 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, BONDS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM FINANCE DIVISION 
SOME FEAR PRIVATE CONTROL OVER BALLPARK PLANS 

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

ACCOUNTANT NATHAN GARRETT APPOINTED TO STATE BOARD 

CERVICAL CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSO PAP SMEARS 
PAP SME ARS URGED FOR SEXUALLY-ACTIVE WOMEN 
DETECTION ADVANCES CUT CERVICAL, OTHER CANCERS IN WOMEN 

CESAREAN SECTIONS 
SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 
MANY WOMEN CAPABLE OF VAGINAL BIRTH AFTER A CESAREAN 

C'EST LA VIE (RESTAURANT) 
RAZING THE C'EST LA VIE 
DOWNTOWN RESTAURANT WILL OPEN TOMORROW 
C'EST LA MORT 
CHIPPING AWAY 

CHAMBER MUSIC 
SEE ALSO MUSIC 

SEE ALSO N.C. CHAMBER SOLOISTS 
ITZKOFF MOZART TREAT OF CHAMBER PROGRAM 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

SEE DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
SEE U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

CHAMPION INTERNATIONAL CORP. 

FATE OF CHAMPION'S MILL ON PIGEON RIVER REMAINS UNDECIDED 

GOVERNOR NOT OPTIMISTIC ABOUT PA°ER MILL'S FATE 

PROFITS FIGURES INFLUENCE ACTION ON PLANT 

CHAMPION PAPER MILL DISPUTE FORCES CHOICE BETWEEN JOBS OR CLEAN WATER 

CHAMPION SAYS CLOSING MILL 'MAY BE ONLY CHOICE' 

GOV. MARTIN SAYS TENNESSEE'S 'IRRATIONAL ATTITUDE' HURT N.C. 

POSSIBLE MILL CLOSING BRINGS ANGRY REACTIONS IN WESTERN N.C. 

SENATOR TO PUSH FOR AID IF MILL CLOSED 

CHAMPION STANDS BY ITS PLANS IN HALIFAX 

CHAMPION CHOICE.* MEET STANDARDS OR CLOSE 

CHAMPION TO PHASE OUT 1,000 JOBS AT CANTON MILL 

CHAMPION MILL JOBS MAY BE HARD TO REPLACE/TENNESSEE LIQUOR MIXED IN... 

DON'T STIFLE THE ECONOMY 

TENNESSEE WHISKEY BOYCOTT OVER MILL ACTION IS SCUTTLED 

C HAMPI ON MIU PERMIT TO LIMIT DIOXIN 

LETTERS OPPOSE EPA DRAFT PERMIT FOR MILL 

CHANDLER'S GREEN SUBDIVISION 

ROCKY HILL PLAN WORRIES NEIGHBORS 



S I T 
E ELY 

D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



7/11/1989 B 
9/28/1989 D 



2 10/18/1989 A 
2 11/29/1989 B 



1 P F G59 
6 P P S73 



11 U 

1 D N 211 



S 2 4/14/1989 B 1 P F G59 



H 2 6/29/1989 C 1 N R63 
H 2 7/09/1989 D 7 N 



H 2 6/04/1989 B 3 N 
S 2 7/07/1989 C 1 N 



S 2 3/15/1989 A 8 U 



H 2 2/23/1989 B 9 P P M66 

S 2 2/27/1989 C 1 N 

S 2 3/15/1989 C 1 P P S76 

S 2 3/25/1989 C 1 P P K30 



H 2 6/11/1989 E 12 R D10 



H 


2 


1/04/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/05/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/09/1989 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


1/23/1989 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/26/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/27/1989 A 


12 


P N 


H 


2 


1/31/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


1/31/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/04/1989 B 




N 


H 


2 


2/06/1989 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 D 


12 


N 


H 


2 


2/11/1989 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 


2/13/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


3/03/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


3/17/1989 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


3/18/1989 A 


14 


N 



CHH 1 7/28/1989 A 1 N M70 



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CHANGE (A HEN'S COUNSELING PROGRAM ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE) 
SEE ALSO BATTERED UOHEN 
SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/DURHAM COALITION FOR BATTERED UOttN 
COALITION FOR BATTERED UOHEN SEEKS HALE COUNSELORS 

CHANGELING (PLAY) 

CHANGELING: A LABOR OF LOVE FINALLY BRINGS... MUSICAL TO THE STAGE 

CHANNEL CATS (BAND) 

PLAYING WITH THE BIG BOYS/CHANNEL CATS ENJOYING AIR TIME... 

CHANNEL EIGHT (DURHAM PUBLIC ACCESS TV CHANNEL) 

COUNTY GENERAL EMPLOYEES LEARNING TUBE TECHNIQUES 

CHANNEL ONE 

SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION 
AMUSEMENT ISN'T EDUCATION 

CHANNELING 

ape AisO PSYCHICS 
'PSYCHIC POWERS— OR GOOD INTUITION? AUTHOR: CLAIM IS 'UNTESTABLE' 

CHANUKAH 

SEEHANUKKAH 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. 

SEE ALSO APPLE CHILL FAIR 

SEE ALSO COST OF LIVING INTO, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO CRIME RATE, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION, ORANGE COUNTY 
COLLEGE TOWNS, U.S.A.; CHAPEL HILL TO BOSTON, THESE SPOTS ARE 'COZILY., 
SHOULD LETTERS TO THE EDITOR BE BANNED7/GUEST COLUMNIST JACK CLEMHER 
TOWN NAMED ALL-AMERICA CITY 

16 DELEGATES TAKE PROPOSAL TO ALL-AMERICA COMPETITION 
CHAPEL HILL MISSES CHANCE FOR 'ALL-AMERICA CITY' STATUS 
'CHAPEL HILL' PROJECTS RAISE CARRBORO HACKLES 
HEY! IT'S TOUGH BEING A CHAPEL HIL LIBERAL... (CARTOON) 
FAREWELLS, FIRST-EVERS, FIST-flGHTS MARK '89/TOP STORIES OF 1989 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C.AIDS 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, N.C. CASES 
SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, AIDS 

AIDS TESTING GROWS AT UNC 

AIDS CRISIS HITTING HOME AT NCHH 

AIDS EPIDEMIC FORCING NCMH TO PLAY CATCH-UP 

ADVOCATES SAY AIDS SYSTEM WOULD SAVE ON HOSPITAL CHARGES 

THANKS FOR LOCAL COVERAGE OF AIDS 

TOWN'S AIDS POLICY IS NOW IN EFFECT 

'WARNING': INTERNATIONAL AIDS POSTERS AT UNC 

WHEN THE ABSTRACT BECOMES CONCRETE 

AIDS HOUSE GROUP DROPS TAYLOR STREET PLANS 

NOWHERE TO TURN/SUNDAY FOCUS: AIDS HOUSING 

OPPOSITION ON TAYLOR STREET/SUNDAY FOCUS J AIDS HOUSING 

LIVING WITH DEADLY AIDS/SUNDAY FOCUS! AIDS HOUSING 

SOUL SEARCHING IN CHAPEL HILL 

EXPERTS URGE KEEPING ANONYMOUS AIDS TESTS 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. ANNEXATION 
SEE ALSO ANNEXATION 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, ANNEXATION 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, PLANNING DISTRICT 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, ANNEXATION 

THOMPSON CITES TOWN'S PROBLEMS WITH ANNEXATION 

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

TOWN GROWTH LAWSUIT SETTLED 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS CHAPEL HILL IN RED ROOF INN SUIT 



CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 
H 2 9/21/1989 B 
H 2 8/25/1989 D 
H 2 12/31/1989 B 



1 P N S17 
1 P F Zll 
9 P F S56 

3 N C60 

4 E 



H 2 12/30/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/23/1989 A 3 N S17 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



CHH 1 



2/13/1989 
4/04/1989 
4/17/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/15/1989 
9/29/1989 
10/08/1989 
12/31/1989 



2/22/1989 

3/05/1989 

3/W/1989 

3/07/1989 

3/08/1989 

4/24/1989 

9/07/1989 

9/08/1989 

10/05/1989 

10/08/1989 

10/08/1989 

10/08/1989 

10/08/1989 

10/27/1989 



F 
U 
N 

N M25 
N S17 
N C62 
T C50 
N 



N L90 
Q S17 
Q S17 
Q S17 
L 
N 

N S17 
E 

N S17 
N S17 
N 

NS17 
E 
N S17 



CHH 1 1/28/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/01/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/19/1989 A 



1 N M25 

1 P N M70 

1 N M70 

1 P N L40 



CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BALANCED GROWTH POLICY 



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CHH 1 

chh i 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



N 

P 

SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C., GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BARS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., RESTAURANTS 
'EVERYBODY I KNOW DOES IT'; SUNDAY FOCUS! UNDERAGED WINKING 
STUDENTS WORKING AROUND 'CARDING '/SUNDAY FOCUS! UNDERAGED DRINKING 
IF ONE ID WON'T WORK, ANOTHER ONE WILL/SUNDAY FOCUS! UNDERAGED DRINKING 
DRESS CODE AT LOCAL BAR SPARKS CONTROVERSY 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BICYCLES 
SEE BICYCLE LANES 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 
30 BOARD VACANCIES AVAILABLE IN AREA 
NEW MEMBERS PICKED FOR ADVISORY BOARDS 
APPOINTEES NAMED TO SIX TOWN BOARDS 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BOND ISSUES 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., REFERENDUMS 

PUBLIC HEARING TO FOCUS ON PROPOSED BOND REFERENDUM 

REFERENDUM PROPOSAL GETS POSITIVE HEARING 

WOMEN'S GROUP CRITICIZES TOWN'S HASTY HEARINGS 

STORY AND HEADLINE MISLEADING, INACCURATE 

CHAPEL HILL GOVERNMENT TILTS AT WINDMILLS 

COUNCIL TO SET AGENDA; ANNUAL PLANNING RETREAT TODAY AT SIENA HOTEL 

COUNCIL LOOKS TOWARD SPRING REFERENDUM 

TOWN PREPARES FOR OPEN-SPACE REFERENDUM 

TOWN TO MULL PARKS BONDS 

RESIDENTS URGE COUNCIL TO GO AHEAD WITH PARKS BONDS 

COUNCIL OKS PARKS BOND REFERENDUM 

CHAPEL HILL VOTERS APPROVE *5 MILLION BOND ISSUE FOR PARKS 

PARKS BOND VOTE 

LAND ACQUISITION TO TOP AGENDA FOR CHAPEL HILL BOARDS 

2ND BOND FOR LIBRARY PONDERED 

REFERENDUM ON LIBRARY IN LIMBO 

COUNCIL CANDIDATES DIFFER IN LIBRARY BOND REFERENDUM 

COMMITTEE CALLS FOR LIBRARY VOTE 

LIBRARY REFERENDUM! WHAT'S THE RUSH? 

COUNCIL OKS LIBRARY BOND REFERENDUM, 6-3 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BUDGET 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL, BUDGET 
OFFICIALS DISCUSS TAX RATE INCREASE 
CHAPEL HILL OFFICIALS FORESEE TAX INCREASE 
OFFICIALS DISCUSS TAX HIKE ALTERNATIVES 
WHERE WILL THE BUDGET AX FALL? 

INFORMAL SURVEY REVEALS CONCERN OVER COSTS FOR CHAPEL HILL PROGRAMS 
TOWN BUDGET FORUM HAS FEU SPECTATORS 
TOWN BUDGET CALLS FOR TAX HIKE 
TAYLOR! SMALL TAX RATE HIKE WAY OF FUTURE 

COMMISSION SUGGESTS MOTEL TAX GRANTS OF t50,000 FOR LOCAL COMMUNITY,.. 
TOWN BUDGET UP FOR PUBLIC COMOMENT 
COUNCIL FROWNS ON MAGAZINE PROPOSAL 
PROPOSED TAX HIKE MAY GO UP HALF-CENT 
3-CENT TAX INCREASE ON BUIGET PROPOSAL 
TOWN FEES GOING UP IN BUDGET 
BUDGET HAS ♦49,850 FOR TOURISM PROGRAMS 
COUNCIL OKS TAX INCREASE OF 3 CENTS 
COUNCIL COMMITTEE WANTS TO TRIM CHAMBER REQUEST 
OFFICIALS MULL FUND-RAISER IN WAKE OF LIBRARY FUNDING SHORTFALL 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BUFFER ZONE 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

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

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., ZONING 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C.. BUFFER 
COMMISSIONER TELLS RURAL GROUP TO STOP DEBATE, START STUDY CHH 

"LOOP" ROADS STILL IN THOROUGHFARE PLAN CHH 



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I T 
L Y 

L P BYL 



5/07/1989 

5/07/1989 

5/07/1989 

10/09/1989 



N M70 
N 
N 
N D38 



CHH 1 2/27/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 5/10/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 


1/02/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


1/05/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


1/09/1989 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


1/14/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


1/15/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


1/24/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


2/27/1989 A 


1 


P N M70 


CHH 1 


2/28/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


3/07/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


H 2 


5/03/1989 D 


13 P N M70 


CHH 1 


5/03/1989 A 


3 P P L38 


CHH 1 


9/11/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


10/06/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


10/20/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


10/27/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


11/02/1989 A 


1 


P N M70 


CHH 1 


11/04/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


11/15/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


CHH 1 


1/06/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


3/03/1989 A 


1 


P N M70 


CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


1 


P N M70 


CHH 1 


3/14/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHN 1 


3/26/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


3/28/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


4/24/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


5/05/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


5/06/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


5/12/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


5/18/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


5/21/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


5/21/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


5/23/1989 A 


1 


C N M70 


CHN 1 


6/30/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


7/07/1989 A 


1 


N M70 



1 1/05/1989 A 
1 6/21/1989 A 



1 P N M20 
1 N M70 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJE 






GROUP POSTPONES RURAL BUFFER DECISIONS 
WHAT'S THE RUSH, COMMISSIONERS? 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BUS SHELTERS 
RACING THE WEATHER 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BUSES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., BUSES 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., TROLLEY SERVICE 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL BUS STATION 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL TRANSPORTATION DEPT. 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, BUSES 

TOWNS WANT TROLLEY BUS PARK-AND-RIDE LOTS 

COCA-COLA COLLISION 

TRANSIT FEE OK'D DESPITE OBJECTIONS 

CHAPEL HILL TRANSIT TO ADD UNC SHUTTLE 

CAMPUS RIDERSHIP SAID ONE IN 10 

CHAPEL HILL AWARDED FUNDS FOR 14 NEW TRANSIT BUSES 

DURHAM BUS TAKEOVER COULD HURT CHAPEL HILL TRANSIT 

CONGRESS MEMBER SAYS UNC POCKETING STUDENT TRANSIT FEE 

STUDENTS MAY RECEIVE DISCOUNT BUS PASSES FROM TRANSPORTATION FEE 

TRANSIT IDEA WORRIES CAB OWNER 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

SUPER SUNDAY, SUPER BUSINESS 

WARMTH IN WINTER; GREETING CARD, FLOWER MERCHANTS STOCK UP... 

A FRANKLIN STREET FIXTURE MOVES OUT OF TOWN 

NEON SIGNS SPARK DEBATE 

BE 'OPEN' TO NEON COMPROMISE 

MERCHANT ASKS FOR MORE VOICE IN COMMISSION 

TOWN MANAGER CHANGES TUNE ON NEON SIGNS 

CAR WASH PROPOSAL TOO STRICT, DEVELOPERS SAY 

3IZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

DOWNTOWN BUSINESSES DIVIDED OVER PROPOSED DISTRICT TAX 

BIZ NOTES 

UNC STORES SETTLE WITH MERCHANTS 

UNC STORE RULING DRAWS PRAISE, FLAK 

BIZ NOTES 

D.A. WON'T BAN COMPUTER SALES AT UNC 

BIZ NOTES 

STORES DECISION 'COMPUTES' TO FAIRNESS 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ BRIEFS 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

'HELP WANTED' SIGNS DOT FRANKLIN STREET 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 

BIZ NOTES 



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CHH 1 11/30/1989 A 3 N M20 
CHH 1 12/07/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 10/21/1989 A 1 P P L38 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



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 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1/19/1989 

2/18/1989 

4/29/1989 

5/22/1989 

9/12/1989 

10/14/1989 

11/10/1989 

11/27/1989 

12/07/1989 

12/28/1989 



1/22/1989 
2/14/1989 
3/11/1989 
3/21/1989 
3/22/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/25/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/09/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/25/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/30/1989 
6/03/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/27/1989 
7/04/1989 
7/11/1989 
7/18/1989 
7/25/1989 
8/01/1989 
8/08/1989 
8/15/1989 
8/20/1989 
8/22/1989 
8/29/1989 
9/05/1989 
9/12/1989 
9/19/1989 
9/26/1989 
10/03/1989 
10/10/1989 
10/17/1989 
10/24/1989 
10/31/1989 
11/14/1989 
11/21/1989 
11/28/1989 



3 
1 
3 
1 
4 
3 
1 
3 
6 
6 
6 
1 
6 
1 
3 
6 
1 

13 
4 
6 
5 
9 
6 
7 
6 
7 
5 
5 
5 
1 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
7 
6 
7 
7 
7 
7 



N M70 
P L38 
N S17 
NM70 
N S17 
N M20 
N M70 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 



N R63 
N L38 
N S17 
N H70 
E 

N C62 
N M70 
N M70 
N 



P N 



N 

N M70 

N 

N H90 

N H90 

N 

N M70 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N H90 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



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1/01/1939 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY SUBJECTS 



BIZ NOTES/GROWING FAST 
BIZ NOTES 



CHAPEL HILL, N.C, CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 
PUBLIC HEARING TO FOCUS ON PROPOSED BOND REFERENDUM 
WOMEN'S GROUP CRITICIZES TOWN'S HASTY HEARINGS 
MORE THAN 100 TAKE PART IN HEARING 
COUNCIL LOOKS TOWARD SPRING REFERENDUM 

CHAPEL HILL CITY BUILDING CONSTRUCTION BIDS HIGHER THAN EXPECTED 
TOWN TO NULL PARKS BONDS 
CHAPEL HILL TO BUY EXTRA LAND FOR LIBRARY 
RESIDENTS URGE COUNCIL TO GO AHEAD WITH PARKS BONDS 
COUNCIL TO CONSIDER SOUTH CAROLINA WIDENING 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., CHRISTMAS PARADE 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO CHRISTHAS PARADES, N.C. 
TOY DRIVE TO COINCIDE WITH 'NUTCRACKER' 
CHRISTMAS HORSE 
A CHRISTMAS PARADE FIRST-AND LAST? 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. t CITY EMPLOYEES 

PSO DRUG TESTS COULD BEGIN TH IS SU MMER 
TOWN'S AIDS POLICY IS NOW IN EFFECT 
'PICNIC II' A HIT FOR CHAPEL HILL EMPLOYEES 
CHAPEL HILL INSPECTORS MAY HELP CARRBORO 
DRUG TESTING FOR TOWN EMPLOYEES TO BE DELAYED 
VETERAN FIREFIGHTER CONTESTS FIRING 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., CITY EMPLOYEES, SALARIES 

Cin WORKERS CALLING FOR PAY CHANGES; MORE THAN 150 SIGN PETITION. . . 

CORRECTION 

TAYLOR, KARPINOS GET PAY RAISES 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, CITY EMPLOYEES, SMOKING 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 
TOWN EMPLOYEES NOT ALL ONE MIND ON SMOKING ISSUE 
SMOKING POLICY: DEPARTMENTS SHOULD DECIDE 
TOWN SMOKING POLICY TO TAKE EFFECT THIS FALL 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BOND ISSUES 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL DOWNTOWN COMMISSION 

COMMISSION WANTS TRIAL PERIOD FOR TAX 

OFFICIALS SEEK DIVERSITY FOR DOWNTOWN (CORRECTION PRINTED 9-6-89) 

PARKING THE KEY, OFFICIALS SAY 

PARKING DECK TIMING CALLED 'AMBITIOUS' 

•PAVILION' TO DISPLACE CAT'S CRADLE 

$11 MILLION COMPLEX TO REPLACE FAILED WADDELL PROJECT 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BOND ISSUES 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, REFERENDUM 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO BOARD OF EDUCATION, ELECTIONS 

TAX DISTRICT VOTE COMING JUNE 12 

HOWES MAY TRY FOR SECOND TERM 

HOWES WANTS 2 MORE YEARS IN MAYOR'S SEAT 

THORPE HOPING TO REGAIN BOARD SEAT 



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CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/19/1989 A 



CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BUSINESSES, CLOSINGS 

EVERYTHING MUST GO; BUSINESS SWIFT FOR LOGOS BANKRUPTCY SALE, AUCTION CHH 1 

FOISTER'S CLOSES ITS DOORS CHH 1 

THE LAST PICTURE SHOW; A CHAPEL HILL LANDMARK SEES ITS LAST FRAME CHH 1 

KROGER TO CLOSE CHAPEL HILL STORE NEXT MONTH CHH 1 
KROGER PULLS SIGN DOWN, PULLS OUT OF CHAPEL HILL SITE 



CHH 1 



CHH 1 



1/29/1989 A 
1/31/1989 A 
2/05/1989 A 
9/12/1989 A 
10/08/1989 A 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



1/02/1989 
1/09/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/15/1989 
2/16/1989 
2/27/1989 
2/27/1989 
2/28/1989 
12/18/1989 



2/15/1989 

9/04/1989 

9/04/1989 

11/21/1989 

CHH 1 11/21/1989 

CHH 1 11/21/1989 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 1 11/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/03/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/29/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 



3 P N M70 
1 P N M25 
3 P N M25 
1 N M70 
1 P N D38 



N M70 
N H90 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 



8 P I 
1 P P C45 
3 P N M70 



N M70 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 



3 N M70 

2 N 

3 N 



3 N M70 
1 P N M70 
1 N M70 



N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 



CHH 1 2/25/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 3/27/1989 A 1 P N M70 

CHH 1 7/08/1989 A 1 P N M70 

CHH 1 7/25/1989 A 1 P N M70 






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SUBJECTS 



CHAPEL HILL 



L HILL, N.C, ELECTIONS, ENDORSEMENTS 
SIERRA CLUB PICKS LOCAL CANDIDATES 



SCHOOL BOARD INCUMBENTS GET TEACHERS' ENDORSEMENT 

SCHOOL BOARD HOPEFULS ENDORSED 

BUILDERS GROUP SUPPORTS PORTO 

SOUTH ORANGE BLACK CAUCUS BACKS LOCAL CANDIDATES 

CAMPAIGN VANDALISM A SIGN OF THE TIMES IN CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. , ELECTIONS, RECOUNTS 
IT'S NOT OVER TILL IT'S OVER 

CLOSE, BUT NOT CLOSE ENBUGH/PASQUINI FALLS SHORT AFTER RECOUNT 
VOTING SYSTEM RESTS ON INTEGRITY 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, EMPLOYEES 

SEE CHtfEL HILL, N.C, CITY EMPLOYEES 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, FEDERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 
HOUSING GRANT USES ANNOUNCED 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C.FLAG 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN FLAG IN THE WIND? 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, FLOWER LADIES 
SEE ALSO FLOWERS 
ORDINANCE MAY AGAIN MOVE VENDORS OFF STREETS 
VENDING ORDINANCE SENT BACK 
STREET-VENDING LAW SHOULD BE FAIR TO ALL 



N 
P 

CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



BUSHNELL, GIBSON FILE FOR CITY SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

BUSHNELL, GIBSON FILE FOR CITY SCHOOL BOARD SEATS/MORE COURSE OPTIONS... 
HUNSON RUNS FOR FIRST TIME IN CHAPEL HILL 
WERNER SEEKS SECOND TERM IN CHAPEL HILL 
RIMER SEEKS FIRST TOWN COUNCIL TERM 

PASQUINI SEEKS THIRD COUNCIL TERM CHH 1 

ANDRESEN, BROWN FILE FOR CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL CHH 1 

PARRISH TO SEEK FOURTH SCHOOL BOARD TERM CHH 1 

UROUHART TO SEEK COUNCIL SEAT CHH 1 

BREEDEN SEEKING INITIAL TERM ON CITY SCHOOL BOARD CHH 1 

BATTLE WON'T SEEK SECOND BOARD TERM CHH 1 

UROUHART WOULD KEEP GOVERNMENT SPENDING DOWN CHH 1 

THORPE FIRST TO FILE CAMPAIGN REPORT CHH 1 

HOWES' WAR CHEST THE FULLEST CHH 1 

CANDIDATES ADDRESS TAX ISSUE CHH 1 

ALLIANCE NAMES COUNCIL CHOICES CHH 1 

DON'T RUBBER STAMP SCHOOL STAFF POLICIES, BOARD CANDIDATE SAYS CHH 1 

NOISE ISSUE DOMINATES UNC FORUM CHH 1 

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES FIND COMMON GROUND CHH 1 

SMITH BACKS THORPE CHH 1 

INCUMBENTS BELIEVED LEADING THE PACK CHH 1 

ANDRESEN, THORPE TOP FUND RAISING CHH 1 

INCUMBENTS DIFFER LITTLE IN COUNCIL ATTENDANCE CHH 1 

SCHOOL BOARD CAMPAIGN'S FOCUS ON PARRISH, BREEDEN CHH 1 

GODSCHALK BACKS RIMER FOR COUNCIL CHH 1 

CAMPAIGN VANDALISM A SIGN OF THE TIMES IN CHAPEL HILL CHH 1 

A LONE CONTENDER, HOWES FINDS GOING ODD, AT THE LEAST CHH 1 

CAMPAIGN SIGNS STOLEN, PORTO SAYS CHH 1 

'89 RACE MIGHT BE FUNNY IF WE DIDN'T HAVE TO PAY FOR IT CHH 1 

AVERAGE TURNOUT PREDICTED FOR MUNICIPAL CONTESTS CHH 1 

GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS/VOTE '89 (ERROR IN RESULTS) H 2 

PASQUINI DROPPED FROM TOWN COUNCIL H 3 

PARRISH, BUSHNELL BACK IN; BREEDEN TAKES THIRD SEAT H 3 

LOCAL PRECINCTS GENERALLY 'QUIET' CHH 1 

LOCAL PRECINCTS GENERALLY 'QUIET' CHH 1 

STRONG CAMPAIGNS SERVE NEWCOMERS CHH 1 

FOR WEAL OR WOE, THE RACE IS OVER CHH 1 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL/VOTE TALLY CHH 1 

CHAPEL HILL CITY SCHOOL BOARD/VOTE TALLY CHH 1 

VOTE RECOUNT SET TO BEGIN THURSDAY CHH 1 



— DATE- 

7/27/1989 

7/27/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/29/1989 

8/01/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/04/1989 

8/04/1989 

8/04/1989 

8/05/1989 

8/08/1989 

8/16/1989 

10/04/1989 

10/12/1989 

10/14/1989 

10/20/1989 

10/20/1989 

10/28/1989 

11/01/1989 

11/01/1989 

11/02/1989 

11/04/1989 

11/04/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/06/1989 

11/06/1989 

11/07/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/14/1989 



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CHH 1 10/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/31/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/05/1989 A 



CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/18/1989 A 



N C62 
N C62 
N L90 
N M70 
N C62 
N M70 
N M70 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N M70 
N 

N N70 
N M70 
N M70 
N C62 
N M70 
N C62 
N M70 
Q M70 
N M70 
N M70 
Q C62 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
J 

N M70 
N 

N M70 
N C62 
N M70 
N W57 
N M70 
E 
N 
N 
N M25 



N H90 
N C62 
N C62 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 



4 E 
1 P N C62 
4 E 



CHH 1 12/27/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 12/10/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 4/24/1989 A 3 P N M70 
CHH 1 4/26/1989 A 3 N 
S 2 4/28/1989 A 4 E 



CHAPEL HILL, N.C, GARBAGE COLLECTION 



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SEE ALSO GARBAGE COLLECTION, N.C. 

SEE ALSO REGIONAL SOLID HASTE TASK FORCE 

GARBAGE COLLECTORS DESERVE RAISE 

RECYCLING EXPANDING TO ALL TOWN'S HOMES 

SOME CAN'T UAH FOR RECYCLING EXPANSION 

HIGH APARTMENT OCCUPANCY PLACING BURDEN ON LANDFILL 

CURBSIDE RECYCLING TO TRIPLE IN SIZE 

PROCESS CALLED FLAWED 

CHAPEL HILL ADDRESSES TRASH WOES 

THE 'DOWNTOWN DEBRIS DEBACLE' 

TOWNS PREPARE FOR EXPANSION OF RECYCLING 

STUDY TO CONSIDER REDUCING AREA'S GARBAGE GLUT 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, GREENUAYS 
SEE ALSO GREENWAY SYSTEM 
PORTION OF TRAIL DEDICATED 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BUFFER ZONE 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C. ZONING 
SEE ALSO EXTRATERRITORIAL AREA 

OFFICIALS DISCUSS TAX RATE INCREASE 

TOWN LOOKING FOR GUIDANCE FOR THE FUTURE/CHAPEL HILL'S SUBURBAN-STYLE... 

WIDEN ESTES DRIVE? WHAT DO YOU THINK? 

POPULATION TO NEARLY DOUBLE BY YEAR 2010 

KEEP THE PUBLIC IN PUBLIC BUSINESS 

MORE THAN 100 TAKE PART IN HEARING 

DEVELOPERS CUT THEATERS FROM COMPLEX PLANS 

CHAPEL HILL PLANNERS FINE-TUNE AT RETREAT 

CHAPEL HILL FACES TOUGH CHOICES 

LAND-USE PLAN IN COUNCIL'S HANDS 

TIGHTER BUILDING RULES IN THE WORKS; PLAN WOULD GIVE CHAPEL HILL... 

TOWN GROWTH LAWSUIT SETTLED 

TOWN MAY SEEK LIMIT ON BUILDING 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL MULLS LONG-RANGE PLAN 

SMALL CHANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT BILL, OFFICIAL SAYS 

TOWN COUNCIL BACKS AWAY FROM BUILDING CAP 

SEARS WILL ANCHOR NEW 1-40 COMPLEX 

CHAPEL HILL OFFICIALS, REPRESENTATIVES DROP PUBLIC FACILITIES BILL 

TWO MAJOR DEVROPMENTS GET EARLY APPROVAL 

CHAPEL HILL PLANNING BOARD OKS 1-40 COMPLEX 

RESIDENTS GRILL KROGER OFFICIALS 

TOWN'S RAPID BUILDING BOOM OF EARLY '80S HITS BRAKES 

TOWN MAY ZONE TO SLOW DEVELOPMENT 

PLAN WOULD PROMOTE SENSIBLE GROWTH 

SAY SO LONG TO KROGER 

NOT ANTI-DEVELOPMENT 

TOWN TO CONSIDER BUILDING LIMITS ON NEARBY AREA 

COUNCIL CONSIDERS REZQNING OPTIONS 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, "HANGOUTS" 
SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BARS 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, HISTORIC BUILDINGS AND HOUSES 

TRADING PLACES; UNC PLANS TO SWAP HISTORIC HOME FOR ARTISTS' 

RESIDENTS ASK DELAY OF UNC HOUSE SWAP 

ACTION DELAYED AGAIN ON HOUSE SWAP PLAN 

THE NEXT BUS IN WILL BE CARRYING AN ARTIST'S DREAM 

TWO NEIGHBORHOODS GET HISTORIC BACKING 

CHRISTMAS BY CANDLELIGHT 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, HISTORIC DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL PRESERVATION SOCIETY 
TOWN CONSIDERS NEW HISTORIC DISTRICT 

HISTORIC DISTRICT PLAN RELATED TO RENOVATIONS AT SIGMA NU FRATERNITY 
DISTRICT HEARING SLATED 
COUNCIL URGED TO REJECT DISTRICT 
CREATING A HISTORIC HEADACHE? 
HISTORIC AREA UP FOR DISCUSSION 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



1/19/1989 
2/17/1989 
3/12/1989 
5/22/1989 
8/27/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/24/1989 
9/26/1989 
10/09/1989 
10/17/1989 



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 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/06/1989 
1/08/1989 
1/08/1989 
1/08/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/29/1989 
1/30/1989 
2/23/1989 
2/24/1989 
3/01/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/06/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/12/1989 
4/28/1989 
4/28/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/25/1989 
6/02/1989 
7/17/1989 
8/30/1989 
8/31/1989 
9/16/1989 
10/05/1989 
11/13/1989 
11/14/1989 



U 

N M70 
N C62 
N M70 
N 
N 
N 
E 

N M70 
N M70 



C62 



CHH 1 6/02/1989 A 1 P N D38 



P N M70 

C N M70 

N M70 

N M70 

E 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
E 

N M70 

N M70 

N H70 

N M70 

P N M70 

P N M20 

P N M70 

N S17 

N M20 

N N70 

N M70 

N L90 

P N M70 

N M70 

E 

E 

P N M70 

P N H90 

N H90 



CHH 1 


2/19/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/07/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


4/05/1989 A 


3 N 


cm 1 


5/07/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


6/24/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/26/1989 A 


3 P N W57 


CHH 1 


9/25/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


9/27/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


11/13/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/22/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


11/26/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


12/03/1989 A 


3 N 



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MANAGER URGES REJECTION OF DISTRICT 

HONOR NEIGHBORHOOD'S WISHES 
HISTORIC DISTRICT DECISION POSTPONED 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., HISTORY 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL PRESERVATION SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO N.C., HISTORY 
BLACK HISTORY/CHAPEL HILL HAD BIG ROLE IN MOVEMENT 
BLACK HISTORY/SLAVERY ONCE WELL-ACCEPTED IN CHAPEL HILL 
A LOOK BACK: 'WHAT AH I BID?' 

LOOK BACK/COOLIN' OUT AT DANZTGER'S 

LOOK BACK/DEADLY ENTRANCE 

LOOK BACK/STOREFRONT POLITICS 

LOOK BACK/BUSTING A STILL 

LOOK BACK/KUDOS FROM JAYCEES 

LOOK BACK/INTOXICATING EXPLOSION 

LOOK BACK/CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS 

LOOK BACK/DOG DAYS 

LOOK BACK/A POSTAL ADVANCE 

LOOK BACK/EXTENDING THE LINE 
DOWNTOWN LANDMARK/A LOOK BACK 
A LOOK BACK/PREDATOR CAPTURED 
A LOOK BACK/NEW STREET MARKERS 
A LOOK BACK/EARLY RECYCLING 
A LOOK BACK/SENIOR LEADERS 
A LOOK BACK/FINAL SESSION IN OLD COURTHOUSE 
HOLIDAY DOUNTOUN/A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE (SPECIAL SECTION) 
A LOOK BACK/POLITICAL FEAST 
A LOOK BACK/CHRISTMAS PAST 
A LOOK BACK/FOLK FESTIVAL HEADLINERS 
A LOOK BACK/CHURCH IN DEMOLITION 
MAKING WAY FOR THE SUNDIAL 



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CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 



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



2/05/1989 
2/05/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/20/1989 
7/27/1989 
8/03/1989 
8/17/1989 
8/24/1989 
8/31/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/14/1989 
9/21/1989 
10/05/1989 
10/12/1989 
10/19/1989 
10/26/1989 
11/02/1989 
11/16/1989 
11/22/1989 B 
11/23/1989 A 
12/07/1989 A 
12/14/1989 A 
12/21/1989 A 
12/28/1989 A 



CHAPEL HILL, N.C, HOLIDAYS 

HOLIDAY CLOSINGS CHH 1 1/14/1989 

AREA GOVERNMENTS LIST EASTER CLOSINGS CHH 1 3/23/1989 

HOLIDAY CLOSINGS CHH 1 6/30/1989 

HOLIDAY CLOSINGS CHH 1 11/21/1789 

AREA CHRISTMAS CLOSINGS LISTED CHH 1 12/21/1989 

HOLIDAY CLOSING SCHEDULES CHH 1 12/30/1989 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. , HOUSING 

SEE ALSO BUILDING DEVELOPERS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL HOUSING AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO AFFORDABLE HOUSING TASK FORCE 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, FACULTY HOUSING 

NEW TANDLER PHASE IN WORKS CHH 1 1/04/1989 

REFERENDUM PROPOSAL GETS POSITIVE HEARING CHH 1 1/05/1989 

CHAPEL HILL LIVING COST HIGHEST IN STATE CHH 1 1/07/1989 

TOWN LOOKING FOR GUIDANCE FOR THE FUTURE/CHAPEL HILL'S SUBURBAN-STYLE... CHH 1 1/08/1989 

POPULATION TO NEARLY DOUBLE BY YEAR 2010 CHH 1 1/08/1989 

COUNCIL LIKES LOW-COST HOUSING PROPOSAL CHH 1 1/10/1989 

APPRAISER SAYS HOUSING STUDY IS MISLEADING CHH 1 1/12/1989 

MANAGER PROMOTES AFFORDABLE HOUSING CHH 1 1/22/1989 A 

TOWN NEEDS HOUSING POLICY, COUNCIL TOLD CHH 1 1/25/1989 A 

IS HOUSING EFFORT WORTH THE COST? CHH 1 1/27/1989 A 

A PROFESSOR'S HOMEWORK; FIND A HOUSE CHH 1 1/29/1989 A 

UCLA MAY GIVEUNC A LESSON CHH 1 1/29/1989 A 

SHORTAGE AFFECTING ENTIRE TOWN CHH 1 1/29/1989 A 

CHAPEL HILL FACES TOUGH CHOICES CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 

UNC URGED TO HELP EASE LACK OF HOUSING CHH 1 2/02/1989 A 

TOWN ASKS FOR HELP WITH HOUSING POLICY CHH 1 2/02/1989 A 

UNC TO REVIEW TANDLER PROJECT CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 

HOUSING: AESTHETICS VS. COST? CHH 1 2/21/1989 A 

RESIDENTS SILENT AT PUBLIC HEARING CHH 1 2/23/1989 A 

CAMBRIDGE RETIREMENT COMPLEX CONSTRUCTION SLATED FOR SUMMER CHH 1 3/02/1989 A 

CAN WE AFFORD AFFORDABLE HOUSING? CHH 1 3/09/1989 A 

PRICE TOURS TANDLER SUBDIVISION, PRAISES 'IMAGINATIVE USE' OF FUNDS CHH 1 3/25/1989 A 



3 P N M70 

4 E 
3 N 



N H90 

L90 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 

A 

P 

P 

P 

P 

P 



N L90 

N 

N S17 

N 

I 

I 



N C62 
N M70 
N S17 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N S17 
N M70 
N M70 
E 

N S17 
N S17 
N M70 
E 

N M70 
N M70 
N 
E 
N 

N S17 
E 
N M70 



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SOME IN PUBLIC HOUSING PAYING MORE NORMAL RENTS, OFFICIAL SAYS 

CHAPEL HILL TOW COUNCIL MULLS LONG-RANGE PLAN 

DOUNTOUN PROJECT DECISION DELAYED 

HOUSING PROPOSAL DRAWS FIRE AT LONG-RANGE PLAN HEARING 

COUNCIL HASHES OUT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 

3-CENT TAX INCREASE ON BUDGET PROPOSAL 

BUILDING A GOOD HOUSING POLICY 

PUBLIC HOUSING ID CARDS MAY SOON BE RULE 

CHAPEL HILL'S LIVING COSTS STILL TOPS 

UHEN THE CURE IS PART OF THE DISEASE 

LOU-COST SUBDIVISION ON SESSION AGENDA 

COUNCIL MULLS HELP FOR HOUSING 

TOWN TO SUBSIDIZE CULBRETH H0NES/*238,000 MARKED FOR PROJECT 

COUNTY TO TACKLE WATERSHED, AFFORDABLE HOUSING LINKAGE 

TAYLOR PROPOSES PUBLIC HOUSING 

LAND SET ASIDE FOR HOUSING PROJECT 

HOUSING GRANT USES ANNOUNCED 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., LAND USE 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BUFFER ZONE 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, LOOP ROAD 

SEE ALSO LAND USE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., BUFFER 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., LAND USE 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, LAND USE 
LAND-USE PLAN IN COUNCIL'S HANDS 
PLANNER URGES COUNCIL TO NIX PROTEAN PROJECT 
PLANNING BOARD RECOMMENDS AGAINST REZONING 15-501 
PLANNERS RECOMMEND AGAINST ENVIRONTEK 
TOWN COUNCIL BACKS AWAY FROM BUILDING CAP 
STUDY URGES FAST ACTION ON OPEN SPACE 

TOWN-GOWN GROUP TO CONSIDER 'LINGERING' TRANSPORTATION ISSUES 
PASSIVE APPROACH TO 'BEAUTFICATION' 
CITY COUNCIL FEARS CHAPEL HILL MALL MAY SNARL TRAFFIC 
ETC TACKLES COUNTY ONE STEP AT A TINE/SUNDAY FOCUS: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 
NO SPACE LEFT FOR LARGE INDUSTRY, BUT CHAPEL HILL WELCOMES SMALL 
LAND ACQUISITION TO TOP AGENDA FOR CHAPEL HILL BOARDS 
RESIDENTS OF PLANNING AREA DESERVE RIGHT TO VOTE IN TOWN 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, LOOP ROAD 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, LAND USE 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, STREETS 
"LOOP" ROADS STILL IN THOROUGHFARE PLAN 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, MAYOR'S OFFICE 

FORMER CHAPEL HILL MAYOR FOUSHEE DIES AT 86 

HOWES MAY TRY FOR SECOND TERM 

HOWES WANTS 2 MORE YEARS IN MAYOR'S SEAT 

BUILDERS GROUP SUPPORTS PORTO 

A LONE CONTENDER, HOWES FINDS GOING ODD, AT THE LEAST 

AVERAGE TURNOUT PREDICTED FOR MUNICIPAL CONTESTS 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, MAYOR'S OFFICE, ASSISTANT 

LISA PRICE, CONGRESSMAN'S WIFE, TO TAKE MAYOR'S ASSISTANT XB 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, MAYOR'S OFFICE, SALARY 

CHAPEL HILL'S MAYOR GETS TO KEEP MORE OF HIS SALARY 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, OFFICE PROPERTY 

DEVELOPER, RESIDENTS DEBATE PLANS FOR GATEWAY 
WEST END PROJECT GETS COUNCIL'S OK 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, ORDINANCES 

COUNCIL TO SET AGENDA; ANNUAL PLANNING RETREAT TODAY AT SIENA HOTEL 

COPYTRON FILES SUIT OVER NEON SIGN LAW 

COPYTRON FILES SUIT OVER NEON SIGN LAW 

TASK FORCE ON TREE LAW MIGHT ALTER APPROACH 

NEON LIGHT SUIT STILL TURNED ON 

PUBLIC TO HAVE VOICE IN REQUEST TO ENACT CHAPEL HILL ORDINANCES 

TOWN ASKED TO HOLD OFF ON TREE LAW 



CHH 
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CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



3/27/1989 

4/06/1989 

4/06/1989 

4/13/1989 

5/02/1989 

5/18/1989 

5/19/1989 

5/22/1989 

6/17/1989 

8/10/1989 

9/30/1989 

10/04/1989 

11/23/1989 

11/27/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/15/1989 

12/27/1989 



N M70 
N H70 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
E 

N M70 
N S17 
E 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N S17 
N 
N 
N 



CHH 1 


2/23/1989 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 


4/04/1989 A 


1 N M70 


cm l 


4/05/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


1 N M70 


ON 1 


4/12/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


4/20/1989 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 


5/02/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


6/19/1989 A 


4 E 


S 2 


6/21/1989 A 


1 N C61 


CHH 1 


7/30/1989 A 


1 C N L90 


CHH 1 


7/30/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


9/11/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


11/29/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


6/21/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


2/09/1989 A 


3 P 


CHH 1 


3/27/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


7/08/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


11/03/1989 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 


11/05/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


11/07/1989 A 


1 P N M70 



CW 1 11/25/1989 A 1 P N M70 
CHH 1 4/05/1989 A 1 P N M70 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 


6/14/1989 A 
6/14/1989 A 


1 
3 


N M70 
N 


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


1/14/1989 A 
1/19/1989 A 
1/19/1989 A 
1/26/1989 A 
2/03/1989 A 
2/11/1989 A 
2/14/1989 A 


1 
1 
1 
3 
3 
3 
1 


N M70 
N H70 
N H90 
N N70 
N C62 
N M70 
N M70 



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TIGHTER BUILDING RULES IN THE WORKS; PLAN WOULD GIVE CHAPEL HILL. 

PLANNERS NIX NEON 

TOWN COUNCIL BACKS AWAY FROM BUILDING CAP 

RIGHTS HEARING DRAWS 65 

COUNCIL HAY ALLOW MORE CAR WASHES 

CAR WASH PROPOSAL TOO STRICT, DEVELOPERS SAY 

CHAPEL HILL TREE, SHRUB BILL HITS SNAG IN N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

SHRUB ORDINANCE GOES TOO FAR 

ORDINANCE HAY AGAIN HOVE VENDORS OFF STREETS 

VENDING ORDINANCE SENT BACK 

STREET-VENDING LAW SHOULD BE FAIR TO ALL 

CHAPEL HILL TREE BILL GETS COMMITTEE OK 

N.C. HOUSE APPROVES OMNIBUS LEGISLATION 

NEON BECOMES 'INERT' ISSUE 

chapel hill tree, shrub bill one step away from becoming law 

legislature ratifies tree bill 

unc flag breaks sign rules, planner says 

when is a flag not a flag? 

permit needed for flag, board says 

board wants tree law revaifed 

club's soil grading becomes zoning issue 

durham lost on anti-discrimination, but won on triangle transit.., 

council to consider tree protection law 

town debates tree law 

delay urged on mixed-use changes 

noise squabble heats up again 

noise complaints deserve to be heard 

chapel hill noise problems, complaints on increase 

noise proposal: just say 'huh?' 

tree ordinance compromise goal of task force chairman 

town council adopts tree law 

chapel hill, n.c, parking areas 
see also carrboro, n.c, parking areas 
see also parking lots 
see also rosemary square 
see also univ. of n.c.-chapel hill, parking 

tighter parking rules will mean extra steps for fans 

parking ban serves community well 

state oks town's 1st park-and-ride lot 

enough (parking) is enough 

survey cites lack of parking 

park-and-ride lot location questioned 

taylor likes 500-space parking lot 

developer scraps plans for rosemary square complex 

wallace calls for action on rosemary parking 

park-wd-ride lot plans get approval 

parking: the meter's running 

town council officially ends rosemary project 

new group will study chapel hill traffic, parking 

subcommittee to examine parking issue 

parking lease extended for town 

parking deck revived; 'rosemary's' baby' born? 

taylor wants building contract for hangum 

'rosemary's baby' planning scheduled 

rosemary square officially at an end 

parking committee chooses five finalists 

officials seek diversity for downtown (correction printed 9-6-89) 

parking the key, officials say 

correction 

parking proposals would include public plaza 

parking proposals look like progress 

town committee selects parking garage builder 

parking deck timing called 'ambitious' 

plaza planned to top ncnb parking deck 

forum to address parking garage 

parking deck should fit town ambiance, speakers say 

grou p to manage ncnb plaza deck 

committee seeks to put restaurant atop parking deck 



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2/24/1989 
3/11/1989 
4/12/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/17/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/28/1989 
5/06/1989 
5/11/1989 
6/17/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/29/1989 
7/05/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/07/1989 
8/03/1989 
8/08/1989 
8/13/1989 B 
9/18/1989 A 
9/19/1989 
9/20/1989 
10/11/1989 
10/13/1989 
10/19/1989 
10/22/1989 
10/23/1989 
10/24/1989 



CHH 1 



1/20/1989 

1/21/1989 

2/08/1989 

3/18/1989 

3/22/1989 

3/22/1989 

4/09/1989 

4/25/1989 

4/26/1989 

4/26/1989 

4/26/1989 

5/09/1989 

6/02/1989 

6/05/1989 

6/27/1989 

6/28/1989 

7/08/1989 

7/08/1989 

8/18/1989 

8/22/1989 

9/04/1989 

9/04/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/20/1989 

9/21/1989 

10/04/1989 

11/21/1989 

11/30/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/15/1989 

12/15/1989 

12/19/1989 



3 

4 

1 

4 

3 

3 

3 

1 

1 

3 

4 

1 

3 

1 

3 

1 

3 

3 

3 

1 ! 

1 

1 I 

2 

1 

4 

1 

1 

1 

3 

1 

3 

1 I 



N H70 
N M70 
N M70 
N S17 
N M70 
N M70 
N L40 
E 

N M70 
N 
E 

N L40 
N 
E 

N H20 
N 

N M70 
E 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N L40 
N H90 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
E 

N M70 
E 

N W57 
N M70 



N M70 
E 

N M70 
E 
N 
N 
N 

N H70 
N M70 
N 
E 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N H70 
N 
N 

N S17 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
E 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
N 
N M70 



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SEE ALSO PARKS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN COMMUNITY PARK (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

TOWN PREPARES FOR OPEN-SPACE REFERENDUM 

PARK PLAN FORUM SCHEDULED FOR TUES. 

TOWN TO MULL PARKS BONDS 

RESIDENTS URGE COUNCIL TO GO AHEAD WITH PARKS BONDS 

COUNCIL OKS PARKS BOND REFERENDUM 

TOWN MAY SEIZE ESTES DRIVE LAND 

CHAPEL HILL VOTERS APPROVE $5 MILLION BOND ISSUE FOR PARKS 

PARK RECEIVES FEDERAL GRANT 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, PLANNING DISTRICT 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, ANNEXATION 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, ZONING 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL PLANNING BOARD 

HOUSING PROPOSAL DRAWS FIRE AT LONG-RANGE PLAN HEARING 

CHAPEL HILL-DURHAM GROUP DISCUSSES BORDER 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, POPULATION 

TOWN LOOKING FOR GUIDANCE FOR THE FUTURE/CHAPEL HILL'S SUBURBAN-STYLE. 
POPULATION TO NEARLY DOUBLE BY YEAR 2010 

CHAPEL HTJ-L.N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 
SEE PROPERTY TAXES, CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, PUBLIC FACILITIES 

SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
SEE INFRASTRUCTURE 



CHAPEL HILL, N.C, REFERENDUMS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BOND ISSUES 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, ELECTIONS 

ABSENTEES CAN VOTE IN REFERENDUM 

FINDING SPACE FOR AN ELECTION/SUNDAY FOCUS! OPEN SPACE REFERENDUM 

WALLACE: 'IT'S NOW OR NEVER'/SUNDAY FOCUS! OPEN SPACE REFERENDUM 

PARK LAND REFERENDUM IS TODAY 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, RESOURCE CONSERVATION DISTRICT 
SEE ALSO FLOODPLAIN LAND 
CLUB'S SOIL GRADING BECOMES ZONING ISSUE 
COUNTRY CLUB WILL SEEK PERMIT FOR EROSION WORK 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, RESTAURANTS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BAPS 

SEE ALSO PYEUACKET RESTAURANT 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, N.C 
LEO'S HAS MEDITERRANEAN COZINESS 
POPULAR PYEWACKET COULD STAND TO EXPAND MENU 
ONLY THE PICKIEST OF EATERS COULD GO HUNGRY AT IL PAUO 
INELEGANT 'RAT' IS A REFRESHING CHANGE 
CHARLIE TWO SHOES OPENS RESTAURANT IN CHAPEL HILL 
LA RESIDENCE ADDS TO ITS EXCELLENCE WITH A CAFE SECTION 
PASSAGE TO INDIA GIVES TRIANGLE A FIRST-CLASS ETHNIC RESTAURANT 
RESTAURANTS XIN BATTLE AGAINST HUNGER 
WHERE WILL YOU DINE ON NOVEMBER 14TH? 
RESPONSE TO RSWP 'P0SITIVE'/48 RESTAURANTS HELP 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, REVENUES 

CHAPEL HILL OFFICIALS FORESEE TAX INCREASE 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, SEWERS 

SEE CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO, SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS 

SEE MASON FARM WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT 

SEE WATER AND SEWER LINES, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, SIDEWALK VENDORS 
SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C, FLOWER LADIES 

SEE SIDEWALK VENDORS 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
H 



CHH 1 



CHH 1 
H 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/24/1989 
2/25/1989 
2/27/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/07/1989 
4/07/1989 
5/03/1989 
9/27/1989 



1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
3 
13 
3 



N M70 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 



4/13/1989 A 1 N H70 
8/31/1989 B 2 P N R63 



1/08/1989 A 
1/08/1989 A 



1 C N M70 
1 N M70 



CHH 1 4/23/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 4/30/1989 A 1 M N M70 

CHH 1 4/30/1989 A 1 N M70 

CHH 1 5/02/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



8/08/1989 A 
8/10/1989 A 



N M70 
N M70 



H 2 


1/06/1989 D 


8 P R D77 


H 2 


1/27/1989 D 


14 P R D77 


H 2 


4/07/1989 D 


2 P R D77 


H 2 


4/21/1989 D 


5 P R D77 


S 2 


4/28/1989 A 


14 N 


H 2 


5/12/1989 D 


4 P R D77 


H 2 


6/02/1989 D 


4 P R D77 


CHH 1 


10/14/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/14/1989 A 


9 A 


CHH 1 


11/24/1989 A 


3 H 


CHH 1 


3/03/1989 A 


1 P N M70 



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SEE ALSO SAN JORGE, NICARAGUA 
SEE ALSO SISTER CITIES PROGRAM 

TOUN HAY GET NICARAGUAN SISTER 

GROUP TO GATHER GIFTS FOR CITY IN NICARAGUA 

OFF TO NICARAGUA 

TOM, SAN JORGE NOW SISTER CITIES 

SISTER CITY COLLECTION SLATED 

SISTER CITY DANCE MARATHON PLANJO 

A SISTER-CITY BENEFIT 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., STREETS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, LOOP ROAD 
SEE ALSO PITTSBORO ST. (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO SOUTH COLUMBIA ST. (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

THREE STREET UIDENINGS TOP NEEDS LIST 

TOWN COUNCIL TO CONSIDER STOP SIGN POLICY 

TEMPORARY DEAD END 

FORDHAN BOULEVARD TO BE ESTABLISHED 

ROCKY HILL PLAN WORRIES NEIGHBORS 

CLOSED UNTIL NOVEMBER 

COUNCIL TO CONSIDER SOUTH CAROLINA UIDENING 

IN THISCASE, CHEAPER IS BETTER 

IS STREET EXTENSION UORTH THE COST? 

UET PAINT 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, TAX RATE 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY TAXES, CHAPEL HILL 
OFFICIALS DISCUSS TAX RATE INCREASE 
JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT IT WAS SAFE ... 
CHAPEL HILL OFFICIALS FORESEE TAX INCREASE 
TAYLORS SMALL TAX RATE HIKE UAY OF FUTURE 
3-CENT TAX INCREASE ON BUDGET PROPOSAL 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, TAXES 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT TAX 
SEE ALSO ENTERTAINMENT TAXES, CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO PROPERTY TAXES, CHAPEL HILL 

ENTERTAINMENT TAX ILL-ADVISED 

COMMISSION HANTS TRIAL PERIOD FOR TAX 

TAX DISTRICT VOTE COMING JUNE 12 

HAKAN CONFIDENT DOUNTOUN TAX WILL FLY 

'SUNDAY FOCUS' ON TAXES MISLEADING 

COMMISSION SUGGESTS MOTEL TAX GRANTS OF $50,000 FOR LOCAL COMMUNITY... 

TAYLOR WANTS NEW TAX ON RESIDENCES 

A TAX FOR THE SAKE OF TAXING? 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C.TEEN CENTER 
SEE ALSO TEEN CENTER 
TEEN CENTER TO HONOR DEPARTING DIRECTOR 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, TELEPHONES 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, TELEPHONES 
CHAPEL HILL SITE OF FIRST SAMPLING OF PHONING EXTRAS 
TRIANGLE CALL OPTIONS EXPLAINED 
CHAPEL HILL POLICE GET NEW PHONE SYSTEM 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, TOWN SEAL 

ATHENA TO CONTINUE CHAPEL HILL REIGN 
TOWN OKS SEAL CHANGE 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, TRAFFIC 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C -CHAPEL HILL. TRAFFIC CONGESTION 
UIDENING ESTES DRIVE WOULD INCREASE TRAFFIC COMPUTER PROJECTS 
PITTSBORO STREET STILL BEST OPTION, PLANNERS SAY 
NEW GROUP WILL STUDY CHAPEL HILL TRAFFIC PARKING 
T0WJH30WN REPORT TARGETS TRAFFIC FLOW 
TIME TO BITE THE BULLET? 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. , TRANSPORTATION 

THREE STREET WIDENINGS TOP NEEDS LIST 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
H 



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



CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



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3/29/1989 
5/30/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/16/1989 
9/29/1989 
10/12/1989 
10/13/1989 



3/25/1989 

3/27/1989 

6/29/1989 

7/15/1989 

7/28/1989 

9/13/1989 

12/18/1989 

12/19/1989 

12/20/1989 

12/28/1989 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/06/1989 A 
1/24/1989 A 
3/03/1989 A 
4/24/1989 A 
5/18/1989 A 



1/17/1989 
2/15/1989 
2/25/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/19/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/19/1989 
11/17/1989 



CHH 1 1/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/22/1989 A 



CHH 
CHH 



1 1/11/1989 A 
1 3/10/1989 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/23/1989 A 
3/24/1989 A 
6/02/1989 A 
9/12/1989 A 
9/13/1989 A 



P N M70 

N D38 
PP L38 

N 

N 

N 
P F M60 



N M70 
N M70 
P L38 
N 

N M70 
P L38 
N M70 
E 
E 
P S76 



1 P N M70 
4 E 
1 P N M70 
3 P N M70 
3 N M70 



E 

N M70 
N 

N M70 
L 

N H70 
N M70 
E 



CHH 1 8/09/1989 A 3 N 



3 N L90 
3 N C62 
3 N M70 



3 N M70 
8 N 



N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N S17 
E 



CHH 1 3/25/1989 A 1 N M70 



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FURTHER STUDY URGED FOR RAIL 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., TRASH COLLECTION 

SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C., GARBAGE COLLECTION 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., TROLLEY SERVICE 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., BUSES 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BUSES 
SEE ALSO TROLLEY CARS 

TROLLEY WON'T STOP HERE; UNLESS CftfRBORO PAYS, DIBBERT SAYS 

COMMISSION HEDGES BETS FOR TROLLEY 

ALDERMEN UNDECIDED ON PROPOSED TROLLEY 

TROLLEY PLANS TO ROLL TO VOTE BY ALDERMEN 

CARRBORO SHOPS HAVE SHOT AT GETTING TROLLEYS BACK ON TRACK 

UNC, NCMH GIVE *5,000 EACH FOR TROLLEY BUS FUND 

'TROLLEYS' CUTE, WASTEFUL 

TROLLEY UNVEILED 

OFFICIALS SEEK DIVERSITY FOR DOWNTOWN (CORRECTION PRINTED 9-A-S9) 

PARKING THE KEY, OFFICIALS SAY 

TROLLEY BUSES HIT THE STREETS IN CHAPEL HILL 

DURHAM COULD USE DOWNTOWN GIMMICK 

CAMPUS RIDERSHIP SAID ONE IN 10 

THE 'DOWNTOWN DEBRIS DEBACLE' 

TROLLEY TO TRAVERSE CARRBORO IN DEC, 

DOWNTOWN TROLLEY USE 19 PERCENT BELOW SEPT. LEVEL 

TROLLEYS TO DISPLAY PAID ADVERTISING 

TROLLEY TRAVELERS ARE LUNCHTIME CROWD 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., WATER LINES 

SEE WATER AND SEWER LINES, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., WATER RATES 

SEE WATER AND SEWER RATES, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., ZONING 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BUFFER ZONE 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., PLANNING DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL PLANNING BOARD 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., ZONING 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY PLANNING BOARD 

PROTEAN WILL FINE-TUNE SHOPPING CENTER PUWS 

PUBLIC TO HAVE VOICE IN REQUEST TO ENACT CHAPEL HILL ORDINANCES 

BUFFERS WOULD PROTECT LAND, DEVELOPER SAYS 

PLANNER URGES COUNCIL TO NIX PROTEAN PROJECT 

PLANNING BOARD RECOMMENDS AGAINST REZONING 15-501 

PROTEAN REZONING REJECTION URGED 

RESIDENTS ASK TOWN COUNCIL TO REJECT SHOPPING COMPLEX 

TAYLOR URGES COUNCIL TO NIX REZONING 

COUNCIL REJECTS PROTEAN REQUEST 

RESIDENTS SILENT ON SORORITY 

ZONING HEARING PLANNED 

MIXED-USE ZONES MAY BE REWORKED 

NO SPACE LEFT FOR LARGE INDUSTRY, BUT CHAPEL HILL WELCOMES SMALL 

CLUB'S SOIL GRADING BECOMES ZONING ISSUE 

TOWN MAY ZONE TO SLOW DEVELOPMENT 

PETITION QUESTIONS GATEWAY PROJECT MIXED-USE ZONING 

DELAY URGED ON MIXED-USE CHANGES 

PERIMETER REZONING SUGGESTED 

REZONING PUN LOOKS GOOD ON PAPER 

SPEAKERS CRITICIZE ZONING 

MIXED ZONES TO GET REVIEW 

TOWN TO CONSIDER BUILDING LIMITS ON NEARBY AREA 

COUNCIL CONSIDERS REZONING OPTIONS 

REZONING PROPOSAL SENT BACK 

TAYLOR REPEATS HIS SUPPORT OF DOWNZONING 

MIXED-USE ZONING MAY SOON BECOME CHAPEL HILL REALITY 

REZONING PLAN NEEDS MORE WORK 

RESIDENTS OF PLANNING AREA DESERVE RIGHT TO VOTE IN TOWN 

REZONING REVISION PROPOSED 



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CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

S 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



4/28/1989 

5/26/1989 

6/03/1989 

6/12/1989 

6/15/1989 

6/30/1989 

7/05/1989 

8/03/1989 

9/04/1989 

9/04/1989 

9/05/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/12/1989 

9/26/1989 

11/04/1989 

12/02/1989 

12/05/1989 

12/23/1989 



CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHJH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1/31/1989 

2/11/1989 

3/02/1989 

4/04/1989 

4/05/1989 

5/12/1989 

5/16/1989 

6/10/1989 

6/13/1989 

6/20/1989 

7/08/1989 

7/19/1989 

7/30/1989 

8/08/1989 

8/30/1989 

9/10/1989 

9/20/1989 

10/14/1989 

10/17/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/25/1989 

11/13/1989 

11/14/1989 

11/15/1989 

11/26/1989 

11/28/1989 

11/28/1989 

11/29/1989 

11/30/1989 



N S17 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N W2 
L 

P C45 
N N70 
N M70 
N M70 
E 

H S17 
E 

N M70 
N C62 
N 
N C62 



N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
E 

N M70 
N M70 
N H90 
N H90 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
E 
E 
N M70 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



11/30/1989 A 
12/01/1989 A 
12/13/1989 A 
12/14/1989 A 
12/29/1989 A 



4 L 
1 P N M70 
1 N M70 
4 E 
3 PN M20 






CHH 1 
CHH 1 



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 



1/25/1989 
2/24/1989 
4/05/1989 
10/05/1989 
10/12/1989 
10/21/1989 
10/22/1989 



1/13/1989 
1/20/1989 
2/03/1989 
2/03/1989 
2/17/1989 
2/17/1989 
3/03/1989 
3/17/1989 
3/21/1989 
5/10/1989 



N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
NM70 
N M70 
N H70 



NM70 
N M70 
N L90 
N C62 
N H70 
N M70 
N L90 
N M70 
M 1170 
N M70 



THE 'CHAPEL HILL FENCE' 
TIE VOTE DELAYS REZ0NIN6 AGAIN 
TOWN COUNCIL KILLS DOWNZONING PLAN 
VOTE STRIKES BLOW FOR FAIRNESS 
WATERSHED REVISION PONDERED 

CHAPEL HILL ALLIANCE OF NEIGHBORHOODS 

TOWN NEEDS HOUSING POLICY, COUNCIL TOLD 

TIGHTER BUILDING RULES IN THE WORKSjPLAN WOULD GIVE CHAPEL HILL... 

PLANNING BOARD RECOMMENDS AGAINST REZONING 15-501 

NOT ANTI-DEVELOPMENT 

ALLIANCE NAMES COUNCIL CHOICES 

TAYLOR DEFENDS TOWN STAFF AGAINST ALLIANCE CRITICISM 

PLANNERS SEEK MORE PUBLIC INPUT 

CHAPEL HILL APPEARANCE COMMITTEE 

PLANS FOR NEW 'ENTRANCE WAY' CONVENIENCE STORE DRAWS PRAISE 

COMM ITTEE WILL CONSIDER NEWS RACK RULES 

COMMITTEE INITIATES NEWS RACK APPEARANCE, PLACEMENT SCRUTINY 

NEON LIGHT SUIT STILL TURNED ON 

NEON SIGN LIMITS GET SUPPORT 

TOWN TO EXPERIMENT WITH GROUPED NEWSPAPER RACKS 

NEW, BUT BETTER? REDESIGNED NEWS RACKS GET MIXED REVIEWS 

TAYLOR TURNS THUMBS DOWN ON NEON SIGNS 

NEON SIGNS SPARK DEBATE 

NEWSPAPER RACKS 'APPEAR' TO LOOK BETTER, SLOOP SAYS 

CHAPEL HILL ATTORNEY'S OFFICE 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL LEGAL DEPT. 
CHAPEL HILL*. A TOWN IN A FULL-COURT PRESS/SUNDAY FOCUS 
CASE OVERLOAD SENDS TOWN LOOKING FOR HELP 

CHAPEL HILL BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

APS TO CONSIDER APPEALING COUNTY SANCTUARY DECISION 

CHAPEL HILL BLVD. 

SEE DURHAM/CHAPEL HILL BLVD. 

CHAPEL HILL BUS STATION 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BUSES 
THE NEXT BUS IN WILL BE CARRYING AN ARTIST'S DREAM 

CHAPEL HILL CIVITAN CLUB 

A BABY OF A ROADSIDE PROJECT; 'ADOPT A HIGHWAY' PROGRAM GIVING AREA. 

CHAPEL HILL COMMUNITY KITCHEN 

SEE COMMUNITY KITCHEN (CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO) 
SEE ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUP KITCHEN 

CHAPEL HILL COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., PLANNING DISTRICT 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL PLANNING BOARD 
HOUSING PROPOSAL DRAWS FIRE AT LONG-RANGE PLAN HEARING 

CHAPEL HILL COUNTRY CLUB 

CLUB'S SOIL GRADING BECOMES ZONING ISSUE 

COUNTRY CLUB WILL SEEK PERMIT FOR EROSION WORK 

COUNTRY CLUB'S GRADING WORK REPORT'S FOCUS 

KILEFF SEIZES 3 TENNIS TITLES IN COUNTRY CLUB TOURNAMENT 

CHAPEL HILL DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES 

REPORTJ TOWN'S PROBLEMS TOPPED BY DAY CARE NEEDS 

CHAPEL HILL DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 
SEE CHAPEL HILL TRANSPORTATION DEPT. 

CHAPEL HILL DOWNTOWN COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

COMMISSION WANTS TRIAL PERIOD FOR TAX CHH 1 2/15/1989 A 1 P N M70 

DON'T TAX DOWNTOWN RESIDENCES CHH 1 5/21/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 1 P N M70 
CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 1 N M70 



CHH 1 9/20/1989 A 1 N S17 

CHH 1 5/07/1989 A 3 P N S17 
CHH 1 4/02/1989 A 3 P N L90 



CHH 1 4/13/1989 A 1 N M70 



CHH 1 8/08/1989 A 3 N M70 

CHH 1 8/10/1989 A 3 N M70 

CHH 1 9/10/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 10/28/1989 A 5 N 



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AN OPEN LETTER TO MAYOR HOWES AND THE TOW COUNCIL 

CHAPEL HILL FERTILITY SERVICES 
SEE ALSO FERTILITY 
FERTILITY CENTER ADDED A UROLOGIST TO PROVIDE COUPLES JOINT TREATMENT 

CHAPEL HILL FIRE DEPT. 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL POLICE DEPT. 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM 
FIRE DEPARTMENT DESERVES PRAISE 
VETERAN FIREFIGHTIN6 CAPTAIN DIES OF HEART ATTACK 
FIREFIGHTERS' MESSAGE: BIG FIRES START SMALL 
CLOSE CALL 
VETERAN FIREFIGHTER CONTESTS FIRING 

CHAPEL HILL FIRE DEPT., BUDGET 

HOWES OPPOSES FIRE PROTECTION FUNDING CHANGE 
PROPOSED TAX HIKE MAY GO UP HALF-CENT 

CHAPEL HILL FIRE DEPT., CHIEF 
VETERAN FIRE CHIEF TO RETIRE 
ROBERTSON NAMED INTERIM FIRE CHIEF 

TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR FRI. DINNER HONORING CHIEF LLOYD 
LLOYD ENDS 30 YRS. OF FIREFIGHTING 



CHH 1 5/21/1989 A 5 A 



CHH 1 8/04/1989 A 7 P N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/02/1989 A 

7/04/1989 A 

10/08/1989 A 

11/16/1989 A 

12/29/1989 A 



CHH 
CHH 



1 4/1V1989 A 
1 5/12/1989 A 



CHH 1 10/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/28/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/31/1989 A 



CHAPEL HILL FLYING CLUB 

LOCAL FLYING CLUB DISPUTES OPPONENTS; CRITICISMS SAID UNFAIR CHH 1 8/18/1989 A 

RISING TO THE CHALLENGEi CHAPEL HILL FLYING CLUB MEMBERS FERRY RELIEF... CHH 1 9/28/1989 A 

PILOTS HEAD OFF TO AH) HURRICANE VICTIMS CHH 1 10/10/1989 A 

CHAPEL HILL GARDEN CLUB 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL MEN'S GARDEN CLUB 

SEE ALSO GARDENING, CHAPEL HILL 
TROPICAL 'BEACH' TURNED OUT CHILLY H 2 3/14/1989 A 

PRUNED, PAMPERED AND PREPARED FOR SPRING CHH 1 3/28/1989 A 



CHAPEL HILL GATEWAY 

SEARS WILL ANCHOR NEW 1-40 COMPLEX 

TWO MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS GET EARLY APPROVAL 

CHAPEL HILL PLANNING BOARD OKS 1-40 COMPLEX 

CHAPEL HILL GATEWAY PLANS UP FOR REVIEW 

DEVELOPER, RESIDENTS DEBATE PLANS FOR GATEWAY 

BOARD WANTS GATEWAY REDESIGNED 

POLITICAL BID WOULD NOT COST LASSITER BENEFITS 

A MIXED REVIEW FOR 'MIXED-USE' 

CITY COUNCIL FEARS CHAPEL HILL MALL MAY SNARL TRAFFIC 

MANAGER OKS NEW CHAPEL HILL COMPLEX 

TAYLOR BACKS GATEWAY COMPLEX PLAN 

COUNCIL CALLS FOR REDESIGN OF PROJECT 

PLANNERS ASK MORE GATEWAY CHANGES 

TAYLOR STICKS TO HIS GUNS ON GATEWAY 

GATEWAY QUESTIONS 

LEGAL SNAG DELAYS VOTE ON GATEWAY 

OPPONENTS KNEW OF SNAG - LAWYER 

COUNCIL TO SUGGEST GATEWAY CHANGES, PASOUINI SAYS 

CHAPEL HILL BOARD REQUESTS REVISED PLAN ON GATEWAY 

MIXEIHJSE ZONES MAY BE REWORKED 

REINING IN ON STRIP DEVELOPMENT 

NO SPACE LEFT FOR LARGE INDUSTRY, BUT CHAPEL HILL WELCOMES SMALL 

GATEWAY PROPOSAL REVISED 

BOARD TO REVIEW GATEWAY TUESDAY 

GATEWAY PLANS PULLED; ACTION FORCES CANCELLATION OF MEETINGS 

GATEWAY BALL IN TOWN'S COURT, ATTORNEY SAYS 

CHAPEL HILL-DURHAM GROUP DISCUSSES BORDER 

PETITION QUESTIONS GATEWAY PROJECT MIXEIHJSE ZONING 

GATEWAY FOES ASK COUNCIL TO RECONSIDER MIXEIHJSE 

DELAY URGED ON MIXEIHJSE CHANGES 

MIXED ZONES TO GET REVIEW 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



H 

CHH 

S 

S 



CHH 1 



H 
H 

CHH 
CHH 

H 



CHH 1 



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

CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



4/28/1989 A 
5/23/1989 A 
5/25/1989 A 
6/10/1989 A 
6/14/1989 A 
6/15/1989 A 
6/20/1989 B 
6/21/1989 A 
6/21/1V8? A 
6/22/1989 A 
6/23/1989 A 
6/27/1989 B 
6/30/1989 C 
7/08/1989 A 
7/09/1989 A 
7/11/1989 B 
7/12/1989 A 
7/14/1989 
7/18/1989 
7/19/1989 
7/21/1989 
7/30/1989 
8/02/1989 
8/13/1989 
8/15/1989 
8/26/1989 
8/31/1989 B 
9/10/1989 A 
9/12/1989 A 
9/20/1989 A 
10/25/1989 A 



L 

N M70 

N M70 

P P L38 

N M70 



N M70 
N M70 



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



1 N S17 
1 P N S17 
3 N 



6 P U W15 
3 P P L38 



N S17 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N R63 
E 

N C61 
N C61 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
L 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
E 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N R63 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 



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SEE ALSO DURHAM HORNING HERALD 
A SUPERB KESSENCER 

HERALD MAKING PLANS FOR NEW QUARTERS 
ENDLESS FASCINATION 

MAJORITY OPINIONS SHOULD BE REPORTED, TOO 
CHAPEL HILL HERALD NAMES SALES MANAGER 

THE CHAPEL HILL HERALD DELIVERS FOR DICKINSON GARDEN CENTER (AD) 
KIRKMAN RECEIVES 'BLITZ' PARIS PRIZE 

THE CHAPEL HILL HERALD DELIVERS FOR PINEVIEW CONFERENCE CENTER <AD) 
YEAR ONE, THE CHAPEL HILL HERALD (SPECIAL SECTION) 
UAR OF THE WORDS) CO MPETI TION INTENSIFIES AS NEWSPAPERS BOOST EFFORTS. 
BETTER NEWSPAPERS, BETTER GOVERNMENT 
TEAM EFFORT MAKES HERALD A REALITY 
FOR A NEW YEAR, HERE'S A NEW LOOK 
ONE YEAR LATER 

NEWSPAPER RECEIVES MERIT AWARD 
'WHAT A PAPER! WHAT A STATE! ' 
MOVING DAY 
MAKING THE HOVE 
STORY TOO EXPLICIT 
UNC CLARIFIES NEWSPAPER SALES POLICY 
POLICE LOG/TWO TREES UPROOTED AT NEWSPAPER LOT 
PHOTO EXPLOITS CHILD 

POLICE LOG/SHRUBS PULLED FROM NEWSPAPER OFFICE 
WHAT IS THE BEST READ DAILY PAPER IN ORANGE COUNTY? 
NEWSPAPER KNEW COLUMNIST'S AFFILIATIONS 
THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE/THE CHAPEL HILL HERALD (ADV) 
THE CHAPEL HILL HERALD/FEAST-SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION (AD) 
FEAST (ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT) 
SCHULTZ GETS SERVICE AWARD 
WITH RSWP, EVERYONE WON 
YOU WON'T KNOW UNTIL YOU'VE TRIED IT 
CELL ARTICLE EDITORIALIZED 
'GET OFF WRENN'S CASE* 
HERALD PRINTS GOSSIP 

CHAPEL HILL HERALD, CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTIONS 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 

SUSPECT'S IDENTITY CONFIRMED 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CLARIFICATION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CLARIFICATION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CLARIFICATION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CLARIFICATION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTION 



H 2 

CHH 1 



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



CHH 
CHH 



1/06/1989 

2/01/1989 

2/02/1989 

2/09/1989 

2/12/1989 

4/19/1989 

4/21/1989 

5/27/1989 

6/04/1989 B 

6/06/1989 A 

6/06/1989 

6/06/1989 

6/06/1989 

6/06/1989 

7/08/1989 

7/25/1989 

7/27/1989 

7/28/1989 

8/21/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/28/1989 

9/27/1989 

10/09/1989 

10/24/1989 

11/01/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/07/1989 

11/08/1989 B 

11/10/1989 A 

12/05/1989 

12/06/1989 

12/08/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/23/1989 



1 
1 
1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
CHH 1 



1/08/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/16/1989 
2/06/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/26/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/11/1989 
3/12/1989 
3/15/1989 
3/21/1989 
3/22/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/20/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/10/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/14/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/04/1989 
6/08/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/18/1989 
6/28/1989 
6/29/1989 
7/15/1989 



P F L38 



L 

N 

U 

L 

N 

A 

N 

A 

F C50 

N M70 

E 

U 

N 

F 

N 

L 

N 

P 

L 

N 

N 

L 

N 

A 

U 

A 

A 

F 

N 

L 

U 

L 

L 

L 



T32 
S17 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
8 N 



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CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CANDIDATE NELSON FAILS TO PAY TAXES 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CHARGES FILED IN TRANSFORMER INCIDENT 

CHAPEL HILL HERALD, EDITORIALS 

AIRPORT EDITORIAL A 'CHEAP SHOT' 
MARKET SERVES NOBLE PURPOSE 
EDITORIAL WRITER UNINFORMED 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL 

EDUCATORS TAKE ECONOMICS STUDY IN STRIDE 

ABSENCES HIGH ON NATIONAL HOLIDAY 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH'S BLACK HISTORY MONTH GETS MIXED REVIEWS FROM STUDENTS 

HIGH FAILURE RATE WORRIES PRINCIPAL OF CHAPEL HILL HIGH 

LOCAL TEACHER GETS REGIONAL HONOR 

STUDENT GROUP MIMICS TOWN COUNCIL 

SIMPSON, WAN* TO PERFORM BENEFIT FOR SCHOOL FOUNDATION 

HATH DAY; THE RACE IS ON FOR KNOWLEDGE 

TALLYING UP 

CHHS TEACHER TO DIG FOR LATIN 

HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER EARNS SLIFFE AWARD 

D.A.'S OFFICE OFFERS NEW CHALLENGE 

PARENT CRITICIZES SCHOOL OPENING 

SHE'S MAGIC; MEET CHAPEL HILL HIGH'S AWARD-WINNING SCIENCE TEACHER 

SCIENCE CLASS SWITCH 

BOARD AGREES TO RELOCATE CHHS SCIENCE LABS 

SCHOOLS' WATER FLOW SOLUTION TO COST ESTIMATED $218,803 

CITY SCHOOLS TO SEEK COUNTY FUNDS TO IMPROVE WATER FLOW 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL, CHEERLEADERS 

SIS-BOOM-BAHi SPORT OF CHEERLEADING MORE THAN SIDELINE ART 
CHHS CHEERLEADERS WIN FIRST PLACE 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL, GRADUATION 

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 
GRADUATES' CHOICES INCLUDE COLLEGE, JOBS 
PRINCIPAL! TRADITIONAL DIFFERENCES ARE RECEDING 
CHAPEL HILL GRADUATES CLASS OF '89 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR 

SING-ALONG TO BENEFIT CHILDREN 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 

TIGERS NIP IMPROVING KNIGHTS S 

COTTON PACES CHAPEL HILL WIN H 

TIGERS HOLD OFF BULLDOGS S 

FALCONS CAGE TIGERS S 

CHAPEL HILL ROUTS ORANGE H 

CHAPEL HILL ROARS PAST HILLSIDE, 69-38 H 

VIKINGS KNOCK OFF CHAPEL HILL, 57-55 H 

CHAPEL HILL DEFENSE SHUTS DOWN KNIGHTS H 

TIGEKS .KEEP KNIGHTS GROUNDED S 

TIGERS SINK BULLDOGS, 43-39 H 

CHAPEL HILL DOWNS LEE COUNTY, 54-48 H 

TIGER BOYS TOP PERSON; GIRLS FALL TO RCCXETTES H 



CHH 1 


7/20/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


7/27/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


8/03/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


8/09/1989 A 


4 N 


CHH 1 


8/15/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


8/18/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


8/23/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


9/06/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


9/16/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


9/16/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


9/22/1989 A 


9 N 


CHH 1 


9/26/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


10/07/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


10/08/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


10/10/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


10/14/1989 A 


7 N 


CHH 1 


10/28/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/01/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


6/06/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/28/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


1/02/1989 A 


1 N C62 


H 2 


1/07/1989 B 


1PUT32 


H 2 


3/04/1989 B 


1 P U L38 


CHH 1 


3/09/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


3/16/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/12/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


4/14/1989 A 


9 N 


CHH 1 


5/06/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


H 2 


5/27/1989 A 


8 P P S73 


CHH 1 


6/16/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


7/13/1989 A 


3 N 


H 2 


7/15/1989 B 


1 P U L38 


CHH 1 


8/31/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


10/02/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


11/20/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


11/22/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


12/04/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


12/06/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/13/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


4/04/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/04/1989 A 


1 C N M25 


CHH 1 


6/04/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


6/04/1989 A 


1 C N C62 


CHH 1 


6/04/1989 A 


2 N M25 


CHH 1 


6/09/1989 A 


1 P N C62 



CHH 1 4/10/1989 A 3 P N C62 



1/07/1989 B 

1/11/1989 D 

1/11/1989 

1/24/1989 

1/28/1989 

2/01/1989 

2/04/1989 

2/08/1989 

2/08/1989 

2/11/1989 

2/14/1989 



2/21/1989 B 



N A76 
N 

N A76 
N A76 
N M64 
N P75 
N R54 
N M64 
N P52 
N M64 
N 
N 






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



SUBJE 



CHAPEL HILL BUMPS WARRIORS 

CHAPEL HILL, JORDAN PLAY FOR PAC-6 TITLE 

CAGED TIGER 

TIGERS TOP JORDAN FOR PAC-6 TITLE 

TIGERS STOP FALCONS IN PAC-6 FINALE 

TOP-SEEDED TIGERS RALLY PAST WEBB, HILLSIDE ROLLS, 78-62 

PARRISH PONDERS FOREIGN STUDENTS, ATHLETES 

TIGERS POUND LEE COUNTY 

WILLIAMS LIFTS CHAPEL HILL PAST ORANGE 

TIGERS FIGHT OFF PANTHERS 

PICK OF THE PAC-6 

ROGERS GOES WILD, HILLSIDE ROLLS PAST CHAPEL HILL 

HILLER! COACHES, PLAYERS SUFFER THROUGH THREE-GAME NIGHTS 

RON. KEY THAT UNLOCKED TIGERS' FORTUNES 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (GIRLS) 

VIKINGS KNOCK OFF CHAPEL HILL, 57-55 

TIGER BOYS TOP PERSON) GIRLS FALL TO ROCKETTES 

LADY TIGERS, BULLDOGS OPEN TOURNEY 

LADY TIGERS, VIKES ROLL IN OPENERS 

CHAPEL HILL STOPS NORTHERN; WEBB PULLS OFF UPSET OF VANCE 

PAC-6: HILLSIDE, CHAPEL HILL WIN; GIRLS: CHAPEL HILL OVERCOMES.,. 

LADY TIGERS REIGN SUPREME 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
KNIGHTS ARE PAC-6 FAVORITES — AGAIN 
LLOYD FILLS SAFFELLE'S SHOES 
FAST START HAS CHAPEL HILL THINKING PLAYOFFS 
'TRAIN' ALSTON KEEPS CHUGGING AWAY FOR CHAPEL HILL 
LINDSEY PUNT RETURN BEATS FALCONS; CHAPEL HILL SHUTS OUT RIVAL ORANGE 
TIGERS 'FLAG' DOWN OHS 
TIGERS, WARRIORS PUT UNBEATEN MARKS ON LINE 
CHAPEL HILL STORMS BY HORNETS, 44-6 
VANCE TURNS BACK ERROR-PRONE TIGERS 
VIKINGS TRIP FUMBLE-PRONE TIGERS 
KNIGHTS DEMONSTRATE MIGHT AGAINST TIGERS 
BAILEY, KNIGHTS RIP TIGERS 
DOBB LIFTS CHAPEL HILL PAST JORDAN 
CHAPEL HILL CORRALS PERSON RECEIVERS FOR 28-14 WIN 
CHAPEL HILL CONTROLS BALL AND WEBB, 28-14 
TIGERS RIP WARRIORS 

CHAPEL HILL RIPS JORDAN, 33-14, TO GRAB PLAYOFF SPOT 
TIGERS BOMB FALCONS 
CHAPEL HILL 'FAMILY' HITS THE ROAD 
EAST WAKE ROLLS PAST TIGERS 
WARRIORS SCORE QUICKLY, BLANK TIGERS 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SOCCER 

CHAPEL HILL, WITH NEW COACH, FAVORED TO WIN PAC-6 TITLE 

CLOSING IN 

KEPNER RALLIES TIGERS TO SOCCER WIN 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, TENNIS 
THOMAS, COBB GIVE TIGERS TITLE 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, TRACK <BOYS) 

TIGER RUNNERS SHOWING CHAMPIONSHIP POTENTIAL 
TRADITION IN CORNER OF TIGER RUNNERS 
SCHOPLER LEADS CHAPEL HILL INTO 2ND 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, TRACK (GIRLS) 

TIGER RUNNERS SHOWING CHAMPIONSHIP POTENTIAL 

CHAPEL Hia HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, VOLLEYBALL 

TIGERS SPIKE NORTHERN, GAIN SEMIFINAL BERTH 
JORDAN ROLLS TO PAC-6 TITLE 

CHAPEL HILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., HISTORY 
CALENDARS BECOMING COLLECTIBLE CREATIONS 



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I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PS L P BYL 


H 


2 2/22/1989 D 


2 N R54 


H 


2 2/24/1989 B 


3 N R54 


H 


2 2/25/1989 D 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 2/25/1989 D 


2 N R54 


S 


2 2/25/1989 B 


3 PN K30 


H 


2 3/01/1989 C 


2 P N R54 


CHH 1 9/05/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


H 


2 12/12/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


2 12/13/1989 D 


4P N 


S 


2 12/13/1989 D 


3P N P52 


H 


2 12/16/1989 D 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 12/16/1989 D 


3 P N B40 


H 


2 12/24/1989 C 


6 P N B40 


H 


2 12/29/1989 B 


1 P G B40 


H 


2 2/04/1989 D 


2 N R54 


H 


2 2/21/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


2 2/27/1989 B 


4 N M64 


H 


2 2/28/1989 D 


2 N M64 


H 


2 3/02/1989 D 


2 P N R54 


H 


2 3/04/1989 D 


1 P N K64 


S 


2 3/04/1989 B 


1 P N A76 


S 


2 8/23/1989 D 


9 P F P52 


S 


2 8/30/1989 D 


3 P N P52 


H 


2 9/07/1989 D 


3 P N B40 


H 


2 9/07/1989 D 


3 P N B40 


H 


2 9/09/1989 D 


3 N W55 


S 


2 9/09/1989 B 


1 P N A76 


H 


2 9/15/1989 B 


1 N B40 


H 


2 9/17/1989 C 


11 N B40 


H 


2 9/23/1989 D 


3 P N B40 


S 


2 9/23/1989 B 


3 P N A76 


H 


2 9/29/1989 B 


1 P N B40 


S 


2 9/29/1989 D 


4 P N P52 


H 


2 10/12/1989 B 


3 N R54 


H 


2 10/21/1989 D 


1 N B40 


H 


2 10/28/1989 D 


3 PN B40 


S 


2 10/28/1989 B 


3 P N A76 


H 


2 11/04/1989 D 


3 P N B40 


S 


2 11/04/1989 B 


1 N P52 


H 


2 11/09/1989 B 


3 P N B40 


H 


2 11/11/1989 D 


3 N G55 


S 


2 11/11/1989 B 


1 N A76 


H 


2 8/20/1989 B 


3 NF95 


H 


2 10/19/1989 B 


3 PP R56 


H 


2 11/05/1989 C 


13 N G55 


H 


2 11/03/1989 B 


1 P N W55 


H 


2 9/21/1989 D 


3 P N R54 


H 


2 11/09/1989 B 


3 N B40 


H 


2 11/12/1989 C 


13 P N 


H 


2 9/21/1989 D 


3 P N R54 


H 


2 10/05/1989 B 


3 P N G55 


H 


2 10/06/1989 B 


1 P N B40 


H 


2 10/22/1989 D 


3 P U H45 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



A LOOK BACK/EARLY RECYCLING 

A LOOK BACK/SENIOR LEADERS 

A LOOK BACK/STYLES OF THE SEASON 

A LOOK BACK/FINAL SESSION IN OLD COURTHOUSE 

A LOOK BACK/POLITICAL FEAST 

A LOOK BACK/IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION 

HISTORIC AREA UP FOR DISCUSSION 

A LOOK BACK/CHRISTMAS PAST 

A LOOK BACK/FOLK FESTIVAL HEADLINERS 

A LOOK BACK/CHURCH IN DEMOLITION 

HAKING UAY FOR THE SUNDIAL 

CHAPEL HILL HOUSING AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., HOUSING 
TOWN ASKS FOR HELP WITH HOUSING POLICY 
RENTERS TO RECEIVE REBATES 
SOME IN PUBLIC HOUSING PAYING MORE NORMAL RENTS, OFFICIAL SAYS 

CHAPEL HILL INSURANCE AGENCY 

SOUTHLAND TO BUY CHAPEL HILL AGENCY 

CHAPEL HILL INTERCHURCH COUNCIL 

SEE INTER-FAITH COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL SERVICE 

CHAPEL HILL KIUANIS CLUB 

THERE'S A LOT OF DOUGH IN THOSE PANCAKES 
FOOD GIVEAUAY STILL POPULAR 

CHAPEL HILL LEGAL DEPT. 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL ATTORNEY'S OFFICE 
CHAPEL HILL! A TOW IN A FULL-COURT PRESS/SUNDAY FOCUS 
CASE OVERLOAD SENDS TOWN LOOKING FOR HELP 

CHAPEL HILL MAYOR'S OFFICE 

SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C., MAYOR'S OFFICE 

CHAPEL HILL MEN'S GARDEN CLUB 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL GARDEN CLUB 
COME RAIN OR SHINE 

CHAPEL HILL MUNICIPAL BUILDING 

CHAPEL HILL CITY BUILDING CONSTRUCTION BIDS HIGHER THAN EXPECTED 
MUNICIPAL BUILDING EXPANSION APPROVED 
SPRING IS SPRUNG, AND THE ANNDt IS UNDER WAY 
PUT IT RIGHT ... HERE! 

THE CHAPEL HILL NEWSPAPER 

CAMPBELL TO STAY DESPITE PURCHASE OF VIRGINIA WEEKLY 

NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER PUTS HOME ON MARKET 

CAMPBELL RESIGNS NEWSPAPER POST 

SURVEY DUE FOR RELEASE; SUPERINTENDENT CITES LEGAL THREAT 

PUBLIC GETS LOOK AT CONTROVERSIAL SCHOOL SURVEY 

WILKIRSON FILES LAWSUIT 

ZIMMERMAN TO LEAVE NEWSPAPER POSITION 

CHAPEL HILL NORTH 

TWO MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS GET EARLY APPROVAL 
CHAPEL HILL PLANNING BOARD OKS 1-40 COMPLEX 
CHAPEL HILL BOARD REQUESTS REVISED PLAN ON GATEWAY 
MIXED-USE ZONES MAY BE REWORKED 
CHAPEL HILL NORTH SUBJECT OF HEARING 
CLEAR SHAGS, COUNCIL TELLS DEVELOPER, TOWN'S STAFF 
GATEWAY FOES ASK COUNCIL TO RECONSIDER MIXED-USE 
MIXEIKJSE ZONING MAY SOON BECOME CHAPEL HILL REALITY 
COUNCIL PONDERS 'ENDLESS' HEARING 

CHAPEL HILL PLANNING BOARD 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., PLANNING DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., ZONING 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 



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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 



10/26/1989 
11/02/1989 
11/09/1989 
11/16/1989 
11/23/1989 
11/30/1989 
12/03/1989 
12/07/1989 
12/14/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/28/1989 



CHH 1 2/02/1989 A 3 P N M70 
CHH 1 3/22/1989 A 3 N H90 
CHH 1 3/27/1989 A 1 N M70 



H 2 10/07/1989 A 8 N 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 



2/12/1989 A 
3/12/1989 A 



CHH 
CHH 



1 2/12/1989 A 
1 2/12/1989 A 



1 P P T44 
1 P N M20 



1 P N M70 
1 N M70 



CHH 1 


4/08/1989 A 


2 P P K30 


CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 


2/16/1989 A 
3/01/1989 A 
3/21/1989 A 
7/20/1989 C 


2 N 

3 N 

3 P N M70 
1 P P L38 


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


1/21/1989 A 
4/20/1989 A 
6/10/1989 A 
6/30/1989 A 
7/01/1989 A 
8/15/1989 A 
11/11/1989 A 


3P N M70 
3 N 
3 N 
1 N C62 
1 N C62 
3 N 
3 N 


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


5/23/1989 A 
5/25/1989 A 
7/18/1989 C 
7/19/1999 A 
8/29/1999 A 
8/31/1989 A 
9/12/1989 A 
11/28/1989 A 
12/02/1989 A 


3 N M70 
1 N H70 
1 P N M70 
3 N M70 
3 N 
1 P N M70 
1 N M70 
3 P N M70 
1 P N K70 






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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO ORANGE/CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO PLANNING AREA 
TOWN LOOKING FOR GUIDANCE FOR THE FUTURE/CHAPEL HILL'S SUBURBAN-STYLE... 
WIDEN ESTES DRIVE? WHAT DO YOU THINK? 
POPULATION TO NEARLY DOUBLE BY YEAR 2010 
KEEP THE PUBLIC IN PUBLIC BUSINESS 
MORE THAN 100 TAKE PART IN HEARING 
DEVELOPERS CUT THEATERS FROM COMPLEX PLANS 
CHAPEL HILL PLANNERS FINE-TUNE AT RETREAT 
LAND-USE PLAN IN COUNCIL'S HANDS 

WIDENING ESTES DRIVE WOULD INCREASE TRAFFIC, COMPUTER PROJECTS 
NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNER ON HOLD 
PLANNERS NIX NEON 

CULBRETH PARK HOUSING PROJECT GETS PLANNERS' BACKING 
TOWN MAY SEEK LIMIT ON BUILDING 
PLANNER URGES COUNCIL TO NIX PROTEAN PROJECT 
PLANNING BOARD RECOMMENDS AGAINST REZONING 15-501 
HANDS OFF TOWN'S SOUTH ENTRANCE 
PLANNERS RECOMMEND AGAINST ENVIRONTEK 
TOWN COUNCIL BACKS AWAY FROM BUILDING CAP 
HOUSING PROPOSAL DRAWS FIRE AT LONG-RANGE PLAN HEARING 
STUDY URGES FAST ACTION ON OPEN SPACE 
SEARS WILL ANCHOR NEW 1-40 COMPLEX 
COUNCIL HASHES OUT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 
TWO MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS GET EARLY APPROVAL 
CHAPEL HILL PLANNING BOARD OKS 1-40 COMPLEX 
PRELIMINARY CAROL WOODS PLANS GET THUMBS UP 
CHAPEL HILL GATEWAY FLANS UP FOR REVIEW 
BOARD WANTS GATEWAY REDESIGNED 
A MIXED REVIEW FOR 'MIXED-USE' 
TAYLOR BACKS GATEWAY COMPLEX PLAN 
PLANNING BOARD HAS 3 CANDIDATES 
GRADUATE STUDENT NAMED TO BOARD 
PLANNERS ASK MORE GATEWAY CHANGES 
TWO APPOINTED TO PLANNING BOARD 
BOARD WANTS TREE LAW REVAMPED 

GATEWAY PLANS PULLED) ACTION FORCES CANCELLATION OF MEETINGS 
CLEAR SNAGS, COUNCIL TELLS DEVELOPER, TOWN'S STAFF 
PLANNERS SEEK MORE PUBLIC INPUT 
MIXED ZONES TO GET REVIEW 

PROCEDURE VIOLATION WON'T COST CITY SCHOOLS. TOWN PLANNER SAYS 
PROCEDURE VIOLATION WON'T COST CITY SCHOOLS, TOWN PLANNER SAYS 
NEIGHBORS CRITICAL OF PLANNED MOSQUE 
TOWN TO CONSIDER BUILDING LIMITS ON NEARBY AREA 
COUNCIL CONSIDERS REZONING OPTIONS 
TAYLOR REPEATS HIS SUPPORT OF DOWNZONING 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE DEFT. 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL FIRE DEPT. 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CAMPUS POLICE 

PRINTS FOR LIFE 

TIP LEADS POLICE IN ECSTASY BUST 

SUSPECT ELUDES CHASE; MAN RESEMBLING 1ST UNION ROBBER SEEN NEAR MALL 

LAW OFFICERS FACE COMMUNICATION GAP 

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

HILLSBOROUGH POLICE WAGE BIGGEST DRUG WAR IN ORANGE COUNTY 

AREA POLICE OFFICERS TO PARTICIPATE IN RUN 

POLICE FOLLOW NEW EVIDENCE DISPOSAL RULES 

POLICE FORM TASK FORCE ON SEXUAL ASSAULT 

DEPARTMENT APPOINTS NEW JUVENILE OFFICER 

POLICE TASK FORCE SEARCHING FOR CLUES IN AREA ASSAULTS 

TASK FORCE STILL 'HOPING FOR A BREAK' 

COURT ESCAPEE NABBED 

VIOLENCE HITS CLOSE TO HOME/SUNDAY FOCUS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE KNOWS NO BOUNDARIES IN ITS SCOPE 

WORKING AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SURVEY PROMPTS TOWN POLICE TO RECONSIDER PATROL ZONES 

SURVEY PROMPTS TOWN POLICE TO RECONSIDER PATROL ZONES 

STUDY BODES WELL FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT 

COUNTY SHOULD ADOPT 'PRO-ARREST' POLICY 



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CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

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 



1/08/1989 
1/08/1989 
1/08/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/29/1989 
2/23/1989 
2/23/1989 
2/26/1989 
3/11/1989 
3/14/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/04/1989 
4/05/1989 
4/06/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/12/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/28/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/25/1989 
6/05/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/25/1989 
6/29/1989 
6/30/1989 
7/13/1989 
8/03/1989 
8/15/1989 
8/31/1989 
10/22/1989 
10/25/1989 
10/26/1989 
10/26/1989 
11/03/1989 
11/13/1989 
11/14/1989 
11/26/1989 



1/10/1989 

1/31/1989 

2/01/1989 

2/07/1989 

2/12/1989 

4/01/1989 

5/23/1989 

6/03/1989 

6/10/1989 

6/15/1989 

6/18/1989 

7/17/1989 

9/08/1989 

10/01/1989 

10/01/1989 

10/04/1989 

10/24/1989 

10/24/1989 

10/25/1989 

10/28/1989 



1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
i 

3 
3 
11 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
3 
1 
3 
3 
3 
4 
1 ! 
3 
3 
1 
3 
3 
1 

1 I 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 

1 ! 
1 
1 I 



N M70 
N M70 
N H70 
E 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
E 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N S17 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
E 

N M70 
N 
N 

N M70 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
P M70 
N C62 
N M70 
N H90 
N H90 
N M70 



P T44 
N M70 
N M70 
N R63 
N M70 
N R63 
N 

N M70 
N L90 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N L38 
N M70 
N M70 
E 

N W57 
N M70 
E 
E 



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EARLY "MAKE-UP CALLS" NAB DRUG SUSPECTS/FIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES.,. CHH 1 

POLICE CALLS UP IN CHAPEL HILL CHH 1 

POLICE DEPARTMENT POSTPONES AUCTION CHH 1 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE GET NEW PHONE SYSTEM CHH 1 

HELPING OTHERS IS BITTERSWEET FOR TOWN POLICE CHH 1 

POLICE FEAR CRACK ONSET CHH 1 

CHAPEL HILL CRACK— EVERYONE'S PROBLEM CHH 1 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE DEPT., AUTOS 

SEE CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM, AUTOS 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE DEPT., OFFICERS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM, OFFICERS 
LESSONS ON SAYING 'NO' 

RETIRING SUMMEY WILL BE MISSED, OFFICERS SAY 
OTHER LOCAL POLICE FORCES ALSO HAVE FEW BLACK WOMEN 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE DEPT., OFFICERS, ASSAULTS 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH ATTACKING OFFICER 
POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING OFFICERS 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE STATION (OLD BUILDING) 
SEE CHAPEL HILL TOWN HALL (OLD BUILDING) 

CHAPEL HILL POST OFFICE 

POLICE LOG/POST OFFICE, MAIL TRUCKS VANDALIZED 

TEMPORARY HOUSING 

POST OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY 

A LOOK BACK/A POSTAL ADVANCE 

CHAPEL HILL PRESERVATION SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., HISTORIC DISTRICT 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., HISTORY 
ICE PROVIDES ATMOSPHERE FOR CHRISTMAS HOUSE TOUR 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC LIBRARY 

LIBRARY BOARD VIEWING OPTIONS 

CHAPEL HILL TO BUY EXTRA LAND FOR LIBRARY 

TOWN APPROVES LAND PURCHASE 

TOWN MAY SEIZE ESTES DRIVE LAND 

TOWN TO SEIZE LAND FOR PARK, LIBRARY 

OFFICIALS CHECK OUT LIBRARY'S FUTURE 

LIBRARY NOT EXTRAVAGANT 

COUNCIL OKS LIBRARY COMPUTER SYSTEM 

LIBRARY TO CLOSE FOR REARRANGEMENT 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC LIBRARY, BOOK SALE 

AUCTION, BOOK SALE SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC LIBRARY. BUDGET 

OFFICIALS MULL FUND-RAISER IN WAKE OF LIBRARY FUNDING SHORTFALL 
WATCH YOUR WALLET, DR. SEUSS 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC LIBRARY, COMPUTERS 

LIBRARY COMPUTERIZATION PROPOSAL BEFORE COUNCIL 
COMPUTER PURCHASE PUT ON HOLD 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC LIBRARY. CONSTRUCTION 

OFFICIALS MULL FUND-RAISER IN WAKE OF LIBRARY FUNDING SHORTFALL 

OFFICIALS CHECK OUT LIBRARY'S FUTURE 

WATCH YOUR WALLET, DR. SEUSS 

LIBRARY CONSULTANT TO BE HIRED 

2ND BOND FOR LIBRARY PONDERED 

REFERENDUM ON LIBRARY IN LIMBO 

COUNCIL CANDIDATES DIFFER IN LIBRARY BOND REFERENDUM 

COMMITTEE CALLS FOR LIBRARY VOTE 

LIBRARY REFERENDUM: WHAT'S THE RUSH? 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC LIBRARY. GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 

OFFICIALS HULL FUND-RAISER IN WAKE OF LIBRARY FUNDING SHORTFALL 



11/15/1989 
11/29/1989 
12/15/1989 
12/22/1989 
12/24/1989 
12/24/1989 
12/27/1989 



CHH 1 3/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/05/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/31/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/14/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/08/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/18/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/14/1989 A 



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



2/16/1989 

2/27/1989 

3/01/1989 

4/07/1989 

4/12/1989 

7/09/1989 

11/24/1989 

12/03/1989 

12/09/1989 



N W57 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
F M70 
N W57 
E 



1 P N L90 

3 P N M70 
1 N S17 



2 N 

3 P P L38 
3 N 

7 P P 



CHH 1 12/11/1989 A 3 N 



N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
N 

N S17 
L 
N 
N 



CHH 1 5/19/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 


7/07/1989 A 
7/09/1989 A 


1 

4 


N M70 
E 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


9/11/1989 A 
9/13/1989 A 


3 
3 


N M70 
N 


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


7/07/1989 A 

7/09/1989 A 

7/09/1989 A 

7/12/1989 A 

10/06/1989 A 

10/20/1989 A 

10/27/1989 A 

11/02/1989 A 

11/04/1989 A 


1 N M70 

3 P N S17 

4 E 
3 N 

1 N M70 

3 N M70 
1 N M70 
1 P N M70 

4 E 


CHH 1 


7/07/1989 A 


1 


N M70 



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LIBRARY CONSULTANT TO BE HIRED 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL FIRE DEFT. 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL POLICE DEPT. 

PASQUINI DISAPPOINTED AT PUBLIC SAFETY HIRING 

STUDY BODES WELL FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT 

CHAPEL HILL ADDS TEDDY BEAR PATROL 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM, AUTOS 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL MAN HITS POLICE CRUISER 
POLICE LOG/POLICE VEHICLES COLLIDE 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM, DIRECTOR 

SPRING DATE PROBABLE FOR PUBLIC SAFETY HIRING 
CHAPEL HILL'S SAFETY CHIEF RIGHT AT HOME 
NEW SAFETY DIRECTOR TAKES STOCK OF TOWN 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM, OFFICERS 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL POLICE DEPT., OFFICERS 
PSO DRUG TESTS COULD BEGIN THIS SUMMER 
PSO'S lot: PLAYING 'MOM AND DAD' to public 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC WORKS DEPT. 

ICY WEATHER DEPLETES PUBLIC WORKS BUDGETS 

CHAPEL HILL RECREATION DEPT. 

OFFICIALS MULL SKATEBOARD OPTIONS 

CHAPEL HILL WALL CHALLENGES AREA ROCK CLIMBERS 

EARLY START 

RECREATION DEPARTMENT MAY RECOUP HISSING CASH 

ROOM WITH A VIEW 

A NOTE OF APPRECIATION 

RECREATION DEPT. PANS GOLD IN SUPPLY OF YOUTH COACHES 

CHAPEL HILL RESERVOIR 

SEE CANE CREEK RESERVOIR 

SEE ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 
SEE UNIVERSITY LAKE 

CHAPEL HILL ROAD 

AFTERNOON TRAFFIC IS OUT-OF-SIGHT 

CHAPEL HILL ROTARY CLUB 

CHAPEL HILL ROTARY CHAPTERS WELCOME WOMEN INTON FOLD 

BIZ NOTES 

ROTARIAN MEETING HISTORY IN THE MAKING 

CHAPEL HILL ST. 

NEITHER RAIN, NOR SNOW... BUT LOW BRIDGES... 

CHAPEL HILL ST. FAIR 

SEE FESTIFALL (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) (NAMED CHANGED TO WEST END STREET FAIR) 

CHAPEL HILL TELEPHONE CO. 

SEE SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE CO. 

CHAPEL HILL TOASTMASTERS 

SANGUINE SPEECHES) CHAPEL HILL'S TOASTMASTERS GET A CHEERFUL LESSON... 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL (FORMERLY CHAPEL HILL BOARD OF ALDERMEN) 
SEE ALSO INTERGOVERNMENTAL WORK GROUP 
REFERENDUM PROPOSAL GETS POSITIVE HEARING 
PLANS FOR NEW 'ENTRANCE WAY' CONVENIENCE STORE DRAWS PRAISE 
CHAPEL HILL MAY AIR AMBERLY CONCERNS 
TOWN PREPARES FOR OPEN-SPACE REFERENDUM 
TOWN NEEDS HOUSING POLICY, COUNCIL TOLD 
TOWN ASKS FOR HELP WITH HOUSING POLICY 
CHAPEL HILL! A TOWN IN A FULL-COURT PRESS/SUNDAY FOCUS 
TOWN COUNCIL OKS COURTESY REVIEW PLAN 



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CHH 1 7/12/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 5/11/1989 A 1 N M70 
CHH 1 10/25/1989 A 4 E 
CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 3 P N M70 



CHH 1 1/24/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 4/12/1989 A 5 N 



CHH 1 1/02/1989 A 1 P N M70 
CHH 1 5/12/1989 A 3 N M70 
CHH 1 7/01/1989 A 1 P N M70 



CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 1 N M70 
CHH 1 8/13/1989 A 3 P N 



CHH 1 12/21/1989 A 3 P N C62 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 

CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1/25/1989 
9/03/1989 
9/17/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/06/1989 
10/06/1989 
12/16/1989 



1 
3 
11 
3 
1 
4 
5 



N M70 
N 

P T44 
N W57 
P L38 
L 
N B64 



H 1 6/29/1989 C 2 P P T32 



CHH 1 4/17/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 7/11/1989 A 7 P N 
CHH 1 7/22/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 12/04/1989 C 1 P P T32 



CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 1 N M20 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1/05/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/21/1989 
1/24/1989 
1/25/1989 
2/02/1989 
2/12/1989 
2/15/1989 



N M70 
N H70 
N C62 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 



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COUNCIL OKS 1-40 LANDSCAPING 

CHAPEL HILL CITY BUILDING CONSTRUCTION BIDS HIGHER THAN EXPECTED 

OWASA WORK GROUP REACHES AGREEMENT ON COMMUNICATIONS MEMO 

MUNICIPAL BUILDING IN LIMBO 

CHANGES WOULD AID SCHOOL EXPANSIONS 

RESIDENTS URGE COUNCIL TO GO AHEAD WITH PARKS BONDS 

HAKAN CONFIDENT DOWNTOWN TAX WILL FLY 

TOWN COUNCIL SUBMITS LEGISLATIVE WISH LIST 

FATE OF ROSEMARY SQUARE ON TABLE 

HOWES QUESTIONS RULING 

TOWN COUNCIL TO CONSIDER STOP SIGN POLICY 

COUNCIL BACKS AWAY FROM PITTSBORO ST. EXTENSION 

VILLAGE COMPLEX APPROVED 

COUNCIL ENDORSES TRANSIT AUTHORITY 

CHAPEL HILL DELAYS STOP SIGN VOTE 

TOWN MAY SEEK LIMIT ON BUILDING 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL MULLS LONG-RANGE PLAN 

ROSEMARY SQUARE SESSION SHELVED 

RESIDENTS ASK COUNCIL TO HALT STOP SIGN LAW 

STUDENT GROUP MIMICS TOWN COUNCIL 

NEON SIGN DECISION DELAYED 

HOUSING PROPOSAL DRAWS FIRE AT LONG-RANGE PLAN HEARING 

THE STOP SIGN THAT CRIED WOLF 

WHERE DOES GOVERNMENT HAPPEN? 

PARK-AND-RIDE LOT PLANS GET APPROVAL 

SPEED LIMIT, STOP SIGN RULES APPROVED 

COUNCIL APPROVES CULBRETH PARK PLANS 

COUNCIL HASHES OUT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 

OFFICIALS QUESTION WHETHER ORANGE CO. MAY GET TWO AIRPORTS 

COMMISSION SUGGESTS MOTEL TAX GRANTS OF *50,000 FOR LOCAL COMMUNITY... 

TOWN COUNCIL OFFICIALLY ENDS ROSEMARY PROJECT 

LOCATE FACILITY OUTSIDE OF TOWN, COUNCIL SAYS 

STOP SIGNS APPROVED FOR SMALL INTERSECTION 

COUNCIL FROWNS ON MAGAZINE PROPOSAL 

PASQUINI DISAPPOINTED AT PUBLIC SAFETY HIRING 

RESIDENTS ASK TOWN COUNCIL TO REJECT SHOPPING COMPLEX 

COUNCIL OKS TAX INCREASE OF 3 CENTS 

CHANGES WILL ALLOW SOLO CAR WASHES 

SUBCOMMITTEE TO EXAMINE PARKING ISSUE 

TAYLOR URGES COUNCIL TO NIX REZONING 

NEON SIGN VOTE SET FOR MONDAY MEETING 

TAX DISTRICT ON COUNCIL TABLE TODAY 

COUNCIL REJECTS PROTEAN REQUEST 

CLARIFICATION 

NEON BECOMES 'INERT' ISSUE 

COUNCIL TO CHOOSE OWASA APPOINTEES 

COUNCIL CALLS FOR REDESIGN OF PROJECT 

CHAPEL HILL DUMPS PECK FROM OWASA 

OFFICIAL RECOMMENDS CHATHAM COUNTY WITHDRAW FROM JOINT PLANNING TALKS 

ROSEMARY ARCHITECT SOUGHT BY COUNCIL 

OPPONENTS KNEW OF SNAG - LAWYER 

OWASA WRESTLES WITH STRUCTURE. LOYALTY ISSUES 

CHAPEL HILL BOARD REQUESTS REVISED PLAN ON GATEWAY 

REINING IN ON STRIP DEVELOPMENT 

TOWN MAY REQUEST AIRPORT LIMITS 

TOWN COUNCIL VOTES TO REQUEST AIRPORT MEETING 

ESTES DRIVE SPEED LIMITS LOWERED 

CLEAR SNAGS, COUNCIL TELLS DEVELOPER, TOUN'S STAFF 

SAVE MONEY FOR OPEN SPACE 

PLANNING HEARING'S FATE IN LIMBO 

COUNCIL TO CONSIDER TREE PROTECTION LAW 

TOWN COUNCIL SET TO FILL OUASA POST 

TOWN OKS OPEN SPACE STUDY FUNDS 

COUNCIL MULLS HELP FOR HOUSING 

NOISE SQUABBLE HEATS UP AGAIN 

COUNCIL CALLS FOR AIRPORT SAFETY 

NOISE COMPLAINTS DESERVE TO BE HEARD 

TOWN IN A HURRY TO SLOW DOWN 

SPEAKERS CRITICIZE ZONING 

TAYLOR DEFENDS TOWN STAFF AGAINST ALLIANCE CRITICISM 



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 

H 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



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

CHH 
CHH 



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



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



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2/15/1989 
2/16/1989 
2/16/1989 
2/21/1989 
2/22/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/08/1989 
3/22/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/27/1989 
3/29/1989 
3/29/1989 
3/29/1989 
3/29/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/06/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/12/1989 
4/12/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/26/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/09/1989 
5/10/1989 
5/10/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/24/1989 
6/05/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/12/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/17/1989 
6/26/1989 
6/27/1989 B 
6/28/1989 A 
7/04/1989 
7/12/1989 
7/12/1989 
7/17/1989 
7/18/1989 
7/21/1989 
8/25/1989 
8/29/1989 
8/30/1989 
8/31/1989 
9/01/1989 
9/13/1989 
9/18/1989 
9/24/1989 
9/26/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/11/1989 
10/12/1989 
10/13/1989 
10/16/1989 
10/18/1989 
10/21/1989 



N 
N 

N L90 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 
N 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
E 
E 
N 
N 
N 

N M70 
N L90 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
N 
N 

N M20 
N M70 
N 
E 

N L90 
N M70 
N L90 
N M25 
N M70 
N M70 
J L90 
N M70 
E 

N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M70 
E 

N M20 
N H90 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 
E 
E 

N M70 
N M70 






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SUBJECTS 



TOWN COUNCIL ADOPTS TREE LAW 

COUNCIL CANDIDATES DIFFER IN LIBRARY BOND REFERENDUM 

COMMITTEE CALLS FOR LIBRARY VOTE 

NOW THEY'VE HEARD IT ALL 

COUNCIL CONSIDERS REZONING OPTIONS 

REZONING PROPOSAL SENT BACK 

COUNCIL OKS LIBRARY BOND REFERENDUM, 6-3 

PARKING DECK TIMING CALLED 'AMBITIOUS' 

COUNCIL VOTES TO ACCEPT LOAN FOR OLD TOWN HALL SHELTER 

COUNCIL URGED TO REJECT DISTRICT 

COUNCIL TO PURCHASE OPEN SPACE 

REZONING PLAN NEEDS MORE WORK 

TIE VOTE DELAYS REZONING AGAIN 

COUNCIL PONDERS 'ENDLESS' HEARING 

GOOD BYE AND GOOD LUCK 

TOWN COUNCIL KILLS DOWNZONING PLAN 

VOTE STRIKES BLOW FOR FAIRNESS 

DISCLOSURE LAW INSTILLS CONFIDENCE 

COUNCIL TO CONSIDER SOUTH CAROLINA WIDENING 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL, ATTENDANCE 

INCUMBENTS DIFFER LITTLE IN COUNCIL ATTENDANCE 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BUDGET 
WHERE WILL THE BUDGET AX FALL? 
COUNCIL COMMITTEE WANTS TO TRIM CHAMBER REQUEST 
CENTER, CHAMBER GET TOUN FUNDING 
VOTE RECOUNT SET TO BEGIN THURSDAY 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., ELECTIONS 
HOWES MAY TRY FOR SECOND TERM 
FILING PERIOD FOR FALL MUNICIPAL RACES DRAWS NEAR 
GODSCHALK WON'T SEEK SECOND COUNCIL TERM 
THORPE HOPING TO REGAIN BOARD SEAT 
MUNSON RUNS FOR FIRST TIME IN CHAPEL HILL 
WERNER SEEKS SECOND TERM IN CHAPEL HILL 
RIMER SEEKS FIRST TOWN COUNCIL TERM 
PASQUINI SEEKS THIRD COUNCIL TERM 
YOUR GOVERNMENT IS UP FOR GRABS 
ANDRESEN, BROWN FILE FOR CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL 
URQUHART TO SEEK COUNCIL SEAT 
URQUHART WOULD KEEP GOVERNMENT SPENDING DOWN 
MUNSON DECIDES NOT TO RUN FOR CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL 
GREENS ENDORSE EtfOUN 
CANDIDATES ADDRESS TAX ISSUE 
NOT ANTI-DEVELOPMENT 
ALLIANCE NAMES COUNCIL CHOICES 
CANDIDATES FORUM SLATED 
SIERRA CLUB PICKS LOCAL CANDIDATES 
SMITH BACKS THORPE 
INCUMBENTS BELIEVED LEADING THE PACK 
ANDRESEN, THORPE TOP FUND RAISING 
INCUMBENTS DIFFER LITTLE IN COUNCIL ATTENDANCE 
SCHOOL BOARD CAMPAIGN'S FOCUS ON PARRISH, BREEDEN 
SOUTH ORANGE BLACK CAUCUS BACKS LOCAL CANDIDATES 
GODSCHALK BACKS RIMER FOR COUNCIL 
CAMPAIGN VANDALISM A SIGN OF THE TIMES IN CHAPEL HILL 
VOTE WITH YOUR MIND, NOT A CRYSTAL BALL 
CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIUVOTE FOR FOUR 
CAMPAIGN SIGNS STOLEN, PORTO SAYS 
STUDENTS ANNOUNCE CHOICES 

AVERAGE TURNOUT PREDICTED FOR MUNICIPAL CONTESTS 
PASQUINI DROPPED FROM TOUN COUNCIL 
LOCAL PRECINCTS GENERALLY 'QUIET' 
LOCAL PRECINCTS GENERALLY 'QUIET' 
STRONG CAMPAIGNS SERVE NEWCOMERS 
CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL/VOTE TALLY 
COUNT 'EM AGAIN, SAYS PASQUINI 



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10/24/1989 
10/27/1989 
11/02/1989 
11/11/1989 
11/14/1989 
11/15/1989 
11/15/1989 
11/21/1989 
11/22/1989 
11/22/1989 
11/23/1989 
11/28/1989 
12/01/1989 
12/02/1989 
12/05/1989 
12/13/1989 
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N M70 
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N M70 
E 

N M70 
E 
E 
N M70 



CHH 1 11/02/1989 A 1 C N H70 



CHH 1 3/14/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 6/30/1989 A 1 N M70 

CHH 1 7/12/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 3 P N M25 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



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



3/27/1989 

6/26/1989 

7/19/1989 

7/25/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/29/1989 

8/01/1989 

8/02/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/04/1989 

8/05/1989 

8/30/1989 

9/27/1989 

10/04/1989 

10/05/1989 

10/12/1989 

10/13/1989 

10/15/1989 

10/28/1989 

11/01/1989 

11/01/1989 

11/02/1989 

11/04/1989 

11/04/1989 

U/04/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/06/1989 

11/06/1989 

11/07/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/11/1989 



1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
3 
1 
1 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
4 
8 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
12 
1 



NN70 
N H90 

N M70 
N M70 
N L90 
N M70 
N C62 
N M70 
E 

N M70 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N H90 
N M70 
Q M70 
N M70 
N M70 
Q C62 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
E 
N 

N H70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N U57 
N M70 
N 
N M25 



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IT'S NOT CXJER TILL IT'S OVER 

CLOSE, BUT NOT CLOSE ENOUGH/PASGUINI FALLS SHORT AFTER RECOUNT 

VOTING SYSTEM RESTS ON INTEGRITY 

LLOYD HAY RUN FOR COUNCIL SEAT 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL, GOALS 

CHAPEL HILL PLANNERS FINE-TUNE AT RETREAT 
CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL NULLS LONG-RANGE PLAN 
HOUSING PROPOSAL DRAWS FIRE AT LONG-RANGE PLAN HEARING 

CHAPEL TOWN COUNCIL, MEMBERS 

NEW COUNCIL MEMBERS TO TAKE REINS 
ALDERMEN EXPECT SMOOTH TRANSITION 
FOUR COUNCIL MEMBERS OWN RENTAL PROPERTY 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL, RETREATS 

COUNCIL TO SET AGENDA ■ ANNUAL PLANNING RETREAT TODAY AT SIENA HOTEL 

COUNCIL LOOKS TOWARD SPRING REFERENDUM 

OFFICIALS WANT OK FOR TAX ON ENTERTAINMENT 

ENTERTAINMENT TAX ILL-ADVISED 

CHAPEL HILL PLANNERS FINE-TUNE AT RETREAT 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL, SWEARING-IN CEREMONY 
NEW COUNCIL MEMBERS TO TAKE REINS 
ALDERMEN EXPECT SMOOTH TRANSITION 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN HALL (OLD BUILDING) 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL MUNICIPAL BUILDING 
MUNICIPAL BUILDING IN LIMBO 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN MANAGER 

TAYLOR MAY QUIT TO TAKE CHAMBER JOB 

CHAMBER TO LAUNCH DRIVE TO PAY TAYLOR'S SALARY 

CHAPEL HILL OFFICIALS REGISTER DISAPPOINTMENT AT LOSING TOWN MANAGER... 

IS CHAMBER'S NEW PRESIDENT REALLY A FRIEND TO BUSINESS? 

MANAGER SEARCH PLANNED/LOEWENTHAL TO FILL INTERIM 

TOWN COUNCIL MULLS STEPS IN SEARCH FOR NEW MANAGER 

COUNCIL CONSIDERS MANAGER SEARCH 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN MANAGER, ASSISTANT 

CITY FLOODED WITH APPLICANTS FOR JOB 

PASOUINI DISAPPOINTED AT PUBLIC SAFETY HIRING 

NEW ASSISTANT TOWN MANAGER STILL WAITING FOR SUMMER LULL 

CHAPEL HILL TRANSPORTATION DEPT. 
SEE ALSO BLUE LINE SHUTTLE 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BUSES 

TOWN LOOKING FOR GUIDANCE FOR THE FUTURE/CHAPEL HILL'S SUBURBAN-STYLE,,. 

TOWNS WANT TROLLEY BUS PARK-AND-RIDE LOTS 

TOWN-GOWN GROUP TO CONSIDER 'LINGERING' TRANSPORTATION 

CHAPEL HILL TRANSIT TO ADD UNC SHUTTLE 

FEDERAL DOT AWARDS TOWN *3.9 MILLION 

DURHAM BUS TAKEOVER COULD HURT CHAPEL HILL TRANSIT 

CONGRESS MEMBER SAYS UNC POCKETING STUDENT TRANSIT FEE 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO, SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS 
SEE ALSO MASON FARM WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT 
SEE ALSO ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO WATER AND SEWER LINES, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 

CARRBORO STAFF LISTS AMBERLY CONCERNS 

STATE TO HOLD HEARING ON AMBERLY 

OWASA TO SOUND OFF ON AMBERLY 

STATE WAITING FOR REVISED AMBERLY PLANS 

CHAPEL HILL MAY AIR AMBERLY CONCERNS 

PUBLIC TO HEAR REVISIONS OF AMBERLY PLANS 

SPEAKERS RAP AMBERLY PLAN AT HEARING 

CARRBORO DISSATISFIED WITH STATE'S AMBERLY RESPONSE 

OWASA FIRES LAST SHOT AT AMBERLY 

BOARD TO DECIDE IF AMBERLY PERMIT IS A PUBLIC ISSUE 

EARLY AMBERLY RULING IS IN HAND 



ISSUES 



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L P BYL 



CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/31/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/13/1989 A 



CHH 1 12/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/14/1989 A 
1/13/1989 A 
1/15/1989 A 
1/17/1989 A 
1/29/1989 A 



CHH 1 12/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/04/1989 A 



4 E 
1 P N C62 

4 E 

5 N M70 



1 N M70 
1 P N M70 
1 N M70 



1 P N M70 
1 P N C62 
1 N M70 



N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
E 
H M70 



1 P N M70 
1 P N C62 



CHH 1 2/21/1989 A 1 N M70 



CHH 1 


11/15/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


11/16/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


11/16/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


11/17/1989 D 


4 P J 


CHH 1 


11/23/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


12/05/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


12/14/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


2/03/1989 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


7/21/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


1/08/1989 A 


1 C N M70 


CHH 1 


1/19/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


5/02/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


5/22/1989 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 


9/30/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/10/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


11/27/1989 A 


1 P N S17 



CHH 1 


1/01/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/11/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


3 


N L90 


CHH 1 


1/20/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/21/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


2/02/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


2/03/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


2/03/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


3/21/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


3/28/1989 A 


3 


N C62 






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STATE REJECTS AMBERLY PLAN 

OPPONENTS SURPRISED BY AHBERLY DECISION 

DEM ON THE RIGHT TRACK 

SEWER SYSTEM SAFE TODD SAYS 

DEH! NO WATERSHED MORATORIUM/ENGINEER TOLD THAT DEM CONTINUES TO... 
OFFICIALS WEIGH WATERSHED PROTECTION ALTERNATIVES (CORRECTED 8-15-89) 
DEM LACKS WRITTEN RULES ON WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT, OFFICIAL SAYS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO AFFORDABLE HOUSING TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C., HOUSING 
SEE ALSO LOW-INCOME HOUSING 
HOUSING TASK FORCE LOOKING AT UNC LAND 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBCRO 
LKAL TEACHERS WON'T JOIN PROTEST 
LOCAL TEACHERS WON'T XIN PROTEST 
HARTIN'S ATTITUDE CHEERS TEACHERS 
TEACHERS OPTIMISTIC ABOUT RAISE 
EDUCATORS BLAST HOUSE VOTE ON PAY 
EDUCATORS' GROUP CHOOSES NEW OFFICERS 
TEACHERS DIFFER ON PAY PLAN OUTCOME 
SCHOOL BOARD HOPEFULS ENDORSED 
SCHOOLS CONSIDER REFORM AGENDA 
SCHOOLS CONSIDER REFORM AGENDA 
SENTIMENTS DIFFER ON REFORM PROCESS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO BOARD OF EDUCATION 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD WON'T HAKE HEARING 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS: CONFLICTS 'WON'T DIVIDE SYSTEMS (CORRECTED 1-11-89) 
TRANSFER OPTIONS CALLED 'TOSS UP' 
CONSTRUCTION TOPS CITY SCHOOLS' LIST 
TAKE RISKS, HOUSE TELLS BOARD 
GIVE TEACHERS MORE CONTROL, PANEL SAYS 
SCHOOL SETS GOALS 

BOARD OF EDUCATION SCHEDULED TO VOTE ON OVERCROWDING 
CHANGES WOULD AID SCHOOL EXPANSIONS 
TEACHER GROUPS GO A FEW ROUNDS ON MERIT PLAN 
CITY EDUCATORS TO READY LEGISLATIVE WISH LIST 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSIDER OPTIONS ON TRANSFER STUDENTS 
SCHOOLS CLOSE DOORS TO TRANSFERS 
TRANSFER APPEALS DENIED 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD BACKS AIRPORT MOVE 
SCHOOL BOARD TO FOCUS ON ASSESSMENT OF EARLY GRADES 
RESEARCH POLICY DRAWS CRITICISM FROM PARENTS 
PARENTS THREATEN LAWSUIT TO OBTAIN SURVEY QUESTIONS 
PARKER IS HONORED FOR VOLUNTEER WORK 
TEACHERS TO GET ROLE IN DECISIONS UNDER NEW PLAN 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD SET TO DISCUSS SALARY PLAN 
HOUSE FORMS SCHOOL ANTI-RACISM GROUP 
SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSIDER TUITION RATES 
PARENT CRITICIZES SCHOOL OPENING 
BOARD OKS MERIT INCREASES 
READING SCORES 'FRUSTRATE' BOARD 
PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS LIKELY TO FAIL REVIEWED 
SCRAP PAPER 'RECYCLES' RAPE TESTIMONY, RAISES PARENT'S EYEBROWS 
MIDDLE SCHOOL METHODS CRITICIZED 

IMPROVEMENTS PLAN REVIEW AT TOP OF SCHOOL BOARD AGENDA 
SCIENCE CLASS SWITCH 

BOARD AGREES TO RELOCATE CHHS SCIENCE LABS 
SCHOOL BOARD PRAISES 'EXCEPTIONAL' REVAMP PLAN 
SCHOOLS' WATER FLOW SOLUTION TO COST ESTIMATED $218,803 
TEAM TEACHING RECEIVES SUPPORT 
BREEDEN SAYS REFORM GOALS DISREGARD AVERAGE STUDENTS 
SCHOOL BOARD SENDS BACK SURPRISE GIFT 
BOARD SHOULDN'T BE RUBBER STAMP 
EDITORIAL WRITER UNINFORMED 



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



4/21/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/22/1989 
7/08/1989 
8/11/1989 
8/11/1989 
8/16/1989 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



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 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/02/1989 

2/02/1989 

2/25/1989 

6/04/1989 

6/14/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/08/1989 

11/01/1989 

11/30/1989 

11/30/1989 

11/30/1989 



1/04/1989 

1/10/1989 

2/08/1989 

2/16/1989 

2/17/1989 

2/17/1989 

2/18/1989 

2/20/1989 

2/22/1989 

2/22/1989 

3/06/1989 

3/24/1989 

3/28/1989 

4/19/1989 

5/17/1989 

6/05/1989 

6/06/1989 

6/07/1989 

6/07/1989 

6/07/1989 

6/19/1989 

6/22/1989 

7/17/1989 

8/31/1989 

10/04/1989 

10/05/1989 

10/18/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/19/1989 

11/20/1989 

11/22/1989 

11/25/1989 

12/04/1989 

12/07/1989 

12/20/1989 

12/20/1989 

12/21/1989 

12/28/1989 



NC62 

N C62 

E 

NM25 

NH20 

N K25 

NM25 



CHH 1 2/14/1989 A 3 N C62 



N C62 
NM25 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N W57 
N H90 
N C62 



N C62 
N M20 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N M70 
N C62 
N L90 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N L90 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
E 
L 



CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO BOARD OF EDUCATION, BUDGET 

CITY SCHOOLS TO ASK COUNTY FOR 10X BUDGET HIKE 



CHH 1 2/18/1989 A 1 P N C62 



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SCHOOLS TO HOLD BUDGET HEARING 

CITY SCHOOL SYSTEM APPROVES BUDGET 

COUNTY SCHOOL OFFICIALS TO UNVEIL BUDGET REQUESTS 

SCHOOL BUDGET STALLED 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO BOARD OF EDUCATION, CHAIRMAN 
BAKER TO CHAIR SCHOOL BOARD 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO BOARD OF EDUCATION, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C., ELECTIONS 
FILING PERIOD FOR FALL MUNICIPAL RACES DRAWS NEAR 
BUSHNELL, GIBSON FILE FOR CITY SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

BUSHNELL, GIBSON FILE FOR CITY SCHOOL BOARD SEATS/MORE COURSE OPTIONS... 
PARRISH TO SEEK FOURTH SCHOOL BOARD TERM 
BREEDEN SEEKING INITIAL TERM ON CITY SCHOOL BOARD 
BATTLE WON'T SEEK SECOND BOARD TERM 

DON'T RUBBER STAMP SCHOOL STAFF POLICIES, BOARD CANDIDATE SAYS 
SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES FIND COMMON GROUND 
SCHOOL BOARD INCUMBENTS GET TEACHERS' ENDORSEMENT 
SCHOOL BOARD HOPEFULS ENDORSED 
CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO SCHOOL BOARD: VOTE FOR THREE 
PARRISH, BUSHNELL BACK IN; BREEDEN TAKES THIRD SEAT 
CHAPEL HILL CITY SCHOOL BOARD/VOTE TALLY 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO BOARD OF EDUCATION, SWEARING IN CEREMONY 
BAKER TO CHAIR SCHOOL BOARD 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

APPRAISER SAYS HOUSING STUDY IS MISLEADING 

POLICE LOG/CHAMBER IS TARGET OF FALSE BOMB THREAT 

KIRKMAN RECEIVES 'BLITZ* PARIS PRIZE 

BIZ NOTES 

COUNCIL FROWNS ON MAGAZINE PROPOSAL 

FOX, HAKAN HONORED BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

CHAMBER, CITY BATTLING OVER PROPOSED VISITOR'S GUIDE (CORRECTED 6-28-89) 

FOOTBALL FANS BOOST ECONOMY, SURVEY SAYS 

CORRECTION 

COUNCIL COMMITTEE WANTS TO TRIM CHAMBER REQUEST 

NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PRESIDENT LOOKS TO FUTURE 

TAYLOR MAY QUIT TO TAKE CHAMBER JOB 

CHAMBER TO LAUNCH DRIVE TO PAY TAYLOR'S SALARY 

CHAPEL HILL OFFICIALS REGISTER DISAPPOINTMENT AT LOSING TOWN MANAGER... 

IS CHAMBER'S NEW PRESIDENT REALLY A FRIEND TO BUSINESS? 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, DIRECTOR 
CHAMBER SEARCH BEGINS ANEW 
WHEN THE CURE IS PART OF THE DISEASE 
MANAGER SEARCH PLANJ0/LOEWENTHAL TO FILL INTERIM 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO DOWNTOWN COMMISSION 

TOWNS WANT TROLLEY BUS PARK-AND-RIDE LOTS 

BUSINESSMAN MIFFED AT COMMISSION OMISSION 

DOWNTOWN TAX DISTRICT SUGGESTED; BUSINESS PROPERTY TARGET Of PROPOSAL 

ALDERMEN TAKING A 'COOL' LOOK AT POSSIBLE TAX 

NEON SIGN LIMITS GET SUPPORT 

TAX DISTRICT VOTE COMING JUN£ 12 

HAKAN CONFIDENT DOWNTOWN TAX WILL FLY 

SURVEY CITES LACK OF PARKING 

MERCHANT ASKS FOR MORE VOICE I N COM MISSION 

GROUP QUESTIONS DISTRICT TAX LETTER 

COMMISSION CONCERT FEATURES ROCK, BACH 

BOARD ADVISES CARRBORO NOT TO FUND TROLLEYS (CORRECTION PRINTED 4-20-89) 

ALDERMEN HASH OUT TROLLEY ISSUE 

CLARIFICATION 

ORDINANCE MAY AGAIN MOVE VENDORS OFF STREETS 

MAIL SURVEY NEGATIVE ON DOWNTOWN TAX 

GROUP MULLS GOALS FOR FUTURE 

TROLLEY WON'T STOP HERE; UNLESS CARRBORO PAYS, DIBBERT SAYS 

STREET-VENDING LAW SHOULD BE FAIR TO ALL 

CARRBORO KILLS TAX PROPOSAL 



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CHH 1 


4/17/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


5/03/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/12/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


7/18/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


12/06/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


6/26/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


7/27/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


7/27/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


8/03/1989 A 


3 P N CA2 


CHH 1 


8/04/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


8/04/1989 A 


3 NW2 


CHH 1 


10/14/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


10/20/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


10/31/1989 A 


1 PN C62 


CHH 1 


11/01/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


11/05/1989 A 


8 P N 


H 3 


11/08/1989 A 


9 P N C62 


CHH 1 


11/09/1989 A 


12 C N 


CHH 1 


12/06/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


3 N S17 


CHH 1 


1/21/1989 A 


8 N 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/25/1989 A 


6 P N 


CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


5/23/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


6/25/1989 A 


1 P N D38 


CHH 1 


6/27/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


6/28/1989 A 


5 N 


CHH 1 


6/30/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


10/28/1989 A 


8 N M25 


CHH 1 


11/15/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


11/16/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


11/16/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


11/17/1989 D 


4 P J 


CHH 1 


8/09/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


8/10/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


11/23/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


1/19/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


1/19/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


2/07/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


2/14/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/17/1989 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 


2/25/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


2/28/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


3/22/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/30/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


4/06/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


4/14/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/18/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


4/19/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


4/20/1989 A 


8 N 


CHH 1 


4/24/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


4/27/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


4/27/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


4/28/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


S 2 


4/28/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


5/10/1989 A 


1 N C62 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 

12/31/1989 



TAX PROPOSAL'S FAILURE BLAMED ON MISTRUST 

SEPARATE AND UNEQUAL 

TAYLOR WANTS NEW TAX ON RESIDENCES 

ARTS DOWNTOWN GETS UNDER WAY 

DOWNTOWN BUSIfCSSES DIVIDED OVER PROPOSED DISTRICT TAX 

COMMISSION HEDGES BETS FOR TROLLEY 

ALDERMEN UNDECIDED ON PROPOSED TROLLEY 

TAX DISTRICT ON COUNCIL TABLE TODAY 

TROLLEY PLANS TO ROLL TO VOTE BY ALDERMEN 

CLARIFICATION 

CARRBORO SHOPS HAVE SHOT AT GETTING TROLLEYS BACK ON TRACK 

DOWNTOWN GROUP REVISES BUDGET 

SUBCOMMITTEE WANTS BETTER COMMUNICATION WITH CARRBORO MERCHANTS 

UNC, NCMH GIVE tt.000 EACH FOR TROLLEY BUS FUND 

DOWNTOWN GROUP ELECTS NEW MEMBERS 

TROLLEY UNVEILED 

COMMISSION TARGETS CARRBORO MERCHANTS 

HEAVNER CRITICIZES DOWNTOWN CLEANUP 

CHAPEL HILL ADDRESSES TRASH WOES 

'THOUSANDS OF THEM '/DOWNTOWN GROUP ADDRESSES PLETHORA OF CIGARETTE 

A 'DEBACLE' REDEFINED 

TOWN BACKS AWAY FROM GUIDELINES 

WERNER GIG RAISES $600 FOR CAMPAIGN 

TROLLEY TO TRAVERSE CARRBORO IN DEC. 

'PAVILION' TO DISPLACE CAT'S CRADLE 

*U MILLION COMPLEX TO REPLACE FAILED WADDELL PROJECT 

PLAZA PLANNED TO TOP NCNB PARKING DECK 

DOWNTOWN TROLLEY USE 19 PERCENT BELOW SEPT. LEVEL 

TROLLEYS TO DISPLAY PAID ADVERTISING 

GROUP TO MANAGE NCNB PLAZA DECK 

HABER TO LEAVE COMMISSION 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO DRUG ABUSE TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE, PREVENTION 
LESSONS ON SAYING 'NO' 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO FEDERATION OF TEACHERS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 
TEACHERS' RESTRAINT ADMIRABLE 
LOCAL TEACHERS ENCOURAGED BY RAISE PLAN 
TEACHERS OPTIMISTIC ABOUT RAISE 
FEDERATION LEADERS RE-ELECTED TO POSTS 
SENATE BILL 2/SUNDAY FOCUS: SCHOOL REFORM 

MERIT PAY CONCERNS STILL A FACTOR IN AREA/SUNDAY FOCUS: SCHOOL REFORM 
SCHOOL BOARD INCUMBENTS GET TEACHERS' ENDORSEMENT 
SUPERINTENDENT DIDN'T APPOINT COMMITTEES 
BOARD SHOULDN'T BE RUBBER STAMP 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO HEAD START 
SEE ALSO HEAD START 
AREA HEAD START CUTS BACK ON SERVICES 
NELSON URGES NEADSTART FUNDING 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO JAYCEES 

A LOOK BACK/KUDOS FROM JAYCEES 
JAYCEES TO SPONSOR HAUNTED HOUSE 
A LOOK BACK/NEW STREET MARKERS 
A LOOK BACK/EARLY RECYCLING 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO PUBLIC SCHOOL FOUNDATION 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS. FOUNDATION 

SCHOOL PROJECT PROPOSALS SOUGHT 

SCHOOL GROUP HAS 5TH BIRTHDAY 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO PUBLIC SCHOOL FOUNDATION 
SEE ALSO PHILLIPS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 
CITY SCHOOLS MAY MOVE 6TH, 9TH GRADERS 



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S 


I T 


N E 


E 


L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CKH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


cm l 


5/12/1989 A 


4 E 


CKH 1 


5/19/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


5/20/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


5/23/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


5/24/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


6/03/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


6/12/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


6/12/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


6/14/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


6/15/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


6/29/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


6/29/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


6/30/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


6/30/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


8/03/1989 A 


3 P P C45 


CKH 1 


9/02/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


9/13/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


9/24/1989 A 


3 N 


BUTTS CHH 1 


9/29/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


10/05/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


10/18/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 10/21/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


11/04/1989 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 11/21/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


11/21/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 11/30/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


12/02/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 12/15/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 12/27/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/05/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


2/08/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


3/10/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


6/04/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


8/19/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


9/24/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


RM CHH 1 


9/24/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


10/31/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


12/06/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/21/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


9/12/1989 A 


3 P N D38 


CHH 1 


11/03/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


8/17/1989 A 


5 P P 


CHH 1 


10/18/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


10/19/1989 A 


7 P P 


CKH 1 


10/26/1989 A 


7 P P 


CKH 1 


2/13/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


3 N 



CHH 1 1/20/1989 A 1 P N C62 



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



SUBJECTS 



GLENWOOD ELEMENTARY OFFICIALS WORRIED ABOUT PROPOSED MOTEL 

SCHOOL TORNADO DRILLS TIMELY 

TEACHERS LOOK FOR RESPECT; COMMITTEE NAMES 10 STEPS... 

CITY TEACHERS DISCUSS WISH LIST WITH ORANGE COUNTY LEGISLATORS 

LEADERS! U.S. FACING CRISIS IN EDUCATION 

STUDY LEADER SAYS SCHOOLS MUST CHANGE „«..«.. ^^~ 

COUNTY TO HONOR SENIOR CITIZENS WHO GIVE TIME TO HELP OTHERS 

SCHOOLS HALT SURVEY AFTER PARENTS RAISE RUCKUS 

SURVEY UPSETS PARENTS 

HATC H ACT DOESN'T APPLY— ATTORNEY 

COMMITTEE TO FOCUS ON RESEARCH POLICY 

PARENTS STILL UPSET OVER SURVEY, SCHOOL BOARD TOLD 

SURVEY DUE FOR RELEASE; SUPERINTENDENT CITES LEGAL THREAT 
PUBLIC GETS LOOK AT CONTROVERSIAL SCHOOL SURVEY 

SURVEY RECEIVES PRAISE, CRITICISM 

LINCOLN ALUMNI RECALL POOR FACILITIES, GOOD TIMES 
SURVEY NO PRIVACY INVASION, CITY SCHOOL OFFICIAL CLAIMS 
PROCEDURE VIOLATION WON'T COST CITY SCHOOLS, TOWN PLANNER SAYS 
PROCEDURE VIOLATION WON'T COST CITY SCHOOLS, TOW PLANNER SAYS 
CITY SCHOOLS TO SEEK COUNTY FUNDS TO IMPROVE WATER FLOW 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, ACHIEVEMENT STUDIES 
STUDENTS' TEST SCORES ON THE RISE 
BLACK SCORES STILL LAGGING, REPORT SHOWS 
OFFICIALS SHAKE HEADS OVER RESULTS OF CAT 
READING SCORES 'FRUSTRATE' BOARD 
CITY SCHOOLS TO PLAN REFORM IMPLEMENTATION 
PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS LIKELY TO FAIL REVIEWED 
BREETEN SAYS REFORM GOALS DISREGARD AVERAGE STUDENTS 
BOARD SHOULDN'T BE RUBBER STAMP 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, ADMINISTRATION 
SCHOOLS GOING TO BUSINESS 'CLASSES' 
HARRIS APPOINTED INSTRUCTION DIRECTOR 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS _ ._____ ,_.,_,, 
AFTER-SCHOOL CARE! A PROBLEM OF LOGISTICS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, ANNUAL TESTING PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HI1JVCARRBORO SCHOOLS, COMPETENCY TESTS 

STUDENTS 'AT RISK' BY ANY MEASURE ^ ^^ T „ TA , „ 

VIABLE SOLUTION TO DROP-OUT PROBLEM ELUDES OFFICIALS 
A BLACK MALE ROLE MODEL FOR ALL STUDENTS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, ARTS PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO ARTS DOWNTOWN 
ARTS DOWNTOWN GETS UNDER WAY 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, ASBESTOS 

SEE ALSO ASBESTOS 

SCHOOLS MULL HIGHER ASBESTOS REMOVAL COSTS 
SCHOOL SYSTEMS MEET ASBESTOS DEADLINE 
ASBESTOS PRICE TAG LOWERED 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, ATTENDANCE 

EDUCATORS WITHHOLD JUDGMENT ON CHOICE BILL 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, AUDIT 
CITY SCHOOLS SCORE ON 1989 AUDIT 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, BUDGET 

SCHOOLS SYSTEMS SEEK FUNDS IN DIFFERENT WAYS 
SCHOOLS SYSTEMS SEEK FUNDS IN DIFFERENT WAYS 
CITY, COUNTY SCHOOL OFFICIALS STILL AT ODDS 
COUNTY EDUCATORS TO GATHER FOR INFORMAL WORKSHOP 
CITY EDUCATORS TO READY LEGISLATIVE WISH LIST 
CITY SCHOOL BUDGET CARRIES A HEFTY HIKE 
SCHOOLS TO HOLD BUDGET HEARING 
TEACHER GROUPS SUPPORT BUDGET 



S I T 

N E ELY 
P 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 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 



2/10/1989 
2/23/1989 
2/24/1989 
3/18/1989 
4/16/1989 
4/16/1989 
5/03/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/23/1989 
6/08/1989 
6/19/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/30/1989 
7/01/1989 
7/03/1989 
7/03/1989 
7/06/1989 
10/26/1989 
10/26/1989 
12/06/1989 



7/10/1989 

9/10/1989 

9/13/1989 

CHH 1 10/05/1989 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 



CHH 
CHH 



10/16/1989 
10/18/1989 



CHH 1 12/20/1989 
CHH 1 12/21/1989 



CHH 1 5/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/19/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/27/1989 A 



CHH 1 10/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/22/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/07/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/05/1989 A 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



1/08/1989 
1/08/1989 
1/08/1989 
2/25/1989 
3/06/1989 
3/25/1989 
4/17/1989 
4/18/1989 



N M70 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
M C62 
N C62 
N D38 
N M20 
N C62 
P M70 
N C62 
N C62 



N C62 
N D38 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
E 



1 N C62 
1 N C62 
1 P N C62 



CHH 1 5/20/1989 A 3 N 



3 P N C62 
1 N C62 
3 N 






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HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



S U B J 






LUNSFORD'S SCHOOL BUDGET BLUEPRINT REQUESTS MORE LOCAL FUNIS 

PTA FORUM TO ADDRESS EQUAL FUNDS FOR SCHOOLS 

CITY SCHOOL SYSTEM APPROVES BUDGET 

FUNDING EQUITY YEARS AMY: SCHOOL OFFICIALS 

OFFICIALS ARGUE ABOUT ADEQUACY OF FUNDING FOR SCHOOL SYSTEMS 

HELPING THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVES 

HARTWELL HAKES OFFER ON EQUAL SCHOOL FUNDING 

VOTERS WOULD DECIDE SCHOOL TAX 

VOTERS WOULD DECIDE SCHOOL TAX 

BUDGET WORRIES SCHOOL OFFICIALS 

BUDGET WORRIES SCHOOL OFFICIALS 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS QUESTION BUDGET 

PARRISH CALLS LINK'S PROPOSAL INADEQUATE 

EDUCATION BOARD LIKELY TO DELAY ACTION ON BUDGET 

Cm SCHOOLS TICKLED WITH BIGGER BUDGET 

SCHOOL BUDGET STALLED 

TARDY REPS CAUSE HOES FOR SCHOOLS 

CITY SCHOOL OFFICIALS URGE $145,000 IN BUDGET CUTS 

CITY SCHOOLS ADOPT BUDGET 

CITY SCHOOLS SCORE ON 1989 AUDIT 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, BUILDING PROJECTS 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS: CONFLICTS WON'T DIVIDE SYSTEMS (CORRECTED 1-11-89) 

OFFICIALS PREDICT SCHOOL FUNDING CHANGE OK 

CARRBORO MULLS TOWN-SCHOOL GYM 

CONSTRUCTION TOPS CITY SCHOOLS' LIST 

CHANGES WOULD AID SCHOOL EXPANSIONS 

GYM PLANS ON HOLD IN CARRBORO 

SCHOOL STANDARDS REVIEWED BY COUNCIL 

TOWN RELAXES RULES FOR SCHOOL BUILDINGS 

ALDERMEN OK PERMIT FOR SCHOOL EXPANSION 

OFFICIAL SAYS RENOVATIONS ON SCHEDULE 

SEAUELL PROJECT VIOLATES STATUTE 

SCIENCE CLASS SWITCH 

BOARD AGREES TO RELOCATE CHHS SCIENCE LABS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, BUSING 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO SCHOOL BUSES START MONTH ROLLIN', ROLLIN'... 
SYSTEM'S PRE-1977 BUSES CUT DOWN TO 7 
SNOW ROUTES ANNOUNCED 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, CALENDAR AND SCHEDULES 
PROPOSED CALENDAR SET FOR CITY SCHOOLS 
CITY SCHOOLS TO HAVE FULL HOUSE 

BACK TO SCHOaiSTUDENTS, TEACHERS COPE WITH TRANSFERS, GROWTH 
PARENT CRITICIZES SCHOOL OPENING 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, CLOSINGS 
SLICK STREETS CREATE TEACHER SHORTAGE 
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL BRINGS TRANSFERS FOR MANY 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, COMPETENCY TESTS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, ANNUAL TESTING PROGRAM 
BLACK SCORES STILL LAGGING, REPORT SHOWS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, CORPORAL PUNISHMENT 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., CORPORAL PUNISHMENT 

AREA SCHOOLS REFLECT PUNISHMENT DEBATE 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, CURRICULUM 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, GROUPING 
ADVISORY CHAIRWOMAN LAUDS K-l FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES 
DANCE REPORT SET FOR SCHOOL BOARD 

TRYING EVERY TRICK IN THE BOOK/TEACHERS FIGHT TO GET STUDENTS TO READ 
SCHOOL BOARD TO FOCUS ON ASSESSMENT OF EARLY GRADES 
ROYSTER WANTS BLACKS TO LEARN STANDARD ENGLISH 
CITY SCHOOLS MAKE GRADE IN SURVEY 

SUMMIT GOOD EXPOSURE FOR EDUCATION, SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT SAYS 
PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS LIKELY TO FAIL REVIEWED 
FUTURE OF CITY SCHOOLS' PROGRAMS FOR GIFTED STUDENTS STILL DEBATED 



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S 




I T 


N E 


E 




L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 


4/18/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


5/02/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


5/03/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


5/04/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


5/05/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


5/07/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


5/08/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


5/31/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


5/31/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


6/01/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


6/01/1989 A 


1 


N M25 


CHH 1 


6/07/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


6/14/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


6/17/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


6/18/1989 A 


3 


N H25 


CHH 1 


7/18/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


7/26/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


8/28/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


9/13/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


11/05/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


1/10/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


1/16/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


2/16/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


2/16/1989 A 


1 P NC62 


CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


2/28/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


3/26/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


3/29/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


7/12/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


8/08/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 10/25/1989 A 


1 


NM70 


CHH 1 


11/20/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 11/22/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


2/04/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


4/01/1989 A 


3 


N L90 


CHH 1 


12/20/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


2/13/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


8/23/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


8/25/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


8/31/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


3/09/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


6/10/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


9/10/1989 A 


1 


N D38 


CHH 1 


3/14/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


5/04/1989 A 


2 


N C62 


CHH 1 


5/15/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


5/26/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


6/05/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


7/29/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


8/27/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


9/30/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


10/18/1989 A 


2 P N C62 


CHH 1 


11/17/1989 A 


1 


N C62 



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MONTHLY/ 



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



SUBJECTS 



THAT'S B-E-A-R 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, DESEGREGATION ti „™.tt~., 

'FIRST KIDS' - VETERAN TEACHER RECALLS EARLY DAYS OF INTEGRATION 
HOUSE FORMS SCHOOL ANTI-RACISM GROUP 

THE QUEST FOR HARMONY, DIVERSITY 

LINCOLN ALUMNI RECALL POOR FACILITIES, GOOD TIMES 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, DROPOUTS 
AMBROSIO NAMED TO NEW SCHOOLS POST 
STUDENTS 'AT RISK' BY ANY MEASURE 
VIABLE SOLUTION TO DROP-OUT PROBLEM ELUDES OFFICIALS 
A BLACK MALE ROLE MODEL FOR ALL STUDENTS 

ECONOMY RIDES ON EDUCATION _ mi m r ^ nr ^ mKM „ 

CITY SCHOOL OFFICIALS TO VOTE ON SENATE BILL 2 REFORM GOALS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, DRUG ABUSE 

AREA SCHOOLS REFLECT U.S. DRUG PROBLEMS 
PARENTS' VIEWS, ATTITUDES CALLED PREVENTION KEY 

SURVEY ON TEEN DRUB USE UNVEILED 

FEW PARENTS ADMIT THEIR CHILDREN USE DRUGS, SURVEY SAYS 
SURVEY OF STUDENTS' DRUG USE REVIEWED 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, EMPLOYEES 
PLAN TARGETS WELLNESS FOR CITY SCHOOLS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, EMPLOYEES, SALARIES _ 
SOME SCHOOL WORKERS MAY SEE HIGHER MERIT PAY AWARDS 

BOARD OKS MERIT INCREASES 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, ENROLLMENT 

SCHOOLS LOOKING FOR MORE SOLUTIONS TO OVERCROWDING 

OVERCROWDING RELIEF PLAN MET WITH CONCERN 

SCHOOLS FACE POPULATION GROWTH 

SCHOOLS SEEK MORE TEACHERS WHO ARE MALE __ _ , „„ 

CITY SCHOOL OFFICIALS BRACE FOR LAST-MINUTE STUDENT ENROLLMENT 

CITY SCHOOLS TO HAVE FULL HOUSE 

BACK TO SCHOOL; STUDENTS, TEACHERS COPE WITH TRANSFERS, GROWTH 

TRIANGLE WILL LEAD N.C. PUPIL GROWTH 

STUDENT COUNT PLACED AT 5,779 

CITY SCHOOLS SEEK MORE SPACE 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS EXPECT RECORD HIGH ENROLLMENT 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, FAILURE TO PASS 

HIGH FAILURE RATE WORRIES PRINCIPAL OF CHAPEL HILL HIGH 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, GIFTED PROGRAM 
SEE CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, GROUPING 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, GOALS AND PLANNING 
CONSTRUCTION TOPS CITY SCHOOLS' LIST 
GIVE TEACHERS MORE CONTROL, PANEL SAYS 
SCHOOL SETS GOALS _ 

CITY SCHOOL OFFICIALS TO VOTE ON SENATE BILL 2 REFORM GOALS 
BREEDEN SAYS REFORM GOALS DISREGARD AVERAGE STUDENTS 
BOARD SHOULDN'T BE RUBBER STAMP 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, GROUPING 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILUCARRBORO SCHOOLS, CURRICULUM _ _ nM ^ AM 

SEE ALSO CHAFEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAM 

PARENTS DECRT LOSING CLASSES FOR SCHOOLS' GIFTED STUDENTS _ 

FUTURE OF CITY SCHOOLS' PROGRAMS FOR GIFTED STUDENTS STILL DEBATED 
SCHOOL BOARD PRAISES 'EXCEPTIONAL' REVAMP PLAN 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, LUNCH PROGRAM 
SCHOOLS RAISE PRICES FOR LUNCH, BREAKFAST 

CHAFEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 
MIDDLE SCHOOL PLANS FOLLOWING 'BEST MODELS' 



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CHH 1 2/13/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 

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CHH 1 7/03/1989 A 



1 P I C62 

1 T N C62 
4 E 
1 P N M20 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



4/19/1989 
10/22/1989 
10/22/1989 
10/22/1989 
10/23/1989 
12/18/1989 



N 

N C62 

N C62 
N C62 
E 
N C62 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



1/22/1989 A 
1/22/1989 A 
5/06/1989 A 
5/09/1989 A 
12/16/1989 A 



1 C N C62 

1 N C62 
3 N 

1 C N C62 

3 N C62 



CHH 1 11/06/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 10/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/04/1989 A 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

S 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



2/04/1989 
2/07/1989 
6/16/1989 
7/05/1989 
8/16/1989 
8/23/1989 
8/25/1989 
9/05/1989 
9/13/1989 
9/27/1989 
12/22/1989 



N C62 
N 



N C62 
N C62 
I K25 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N S92 
N 

N C62 
N C62 



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CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



2/16/1989 

2/17/1989 

2/18/1989 

12/18/1989 

12/20/1989 

12/21/1989 



N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N 062 
N C62 
E 



CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/25/1989 A 



1 P N C62 
1 N C62 
3 P N C62 



CHH 1 8/22/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 6/20/1989 A 3 N C62 



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HIDDLE SCHOOL METHODS CRITICIZED 

PARENTS DECRT LOSING CLASSES FOR SCHOOLS' GIFTED STUDENTS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, OVERCROWDING 
OVERCROWDING RELIEF PLAN MET WITH CONCERN 
MAJORITY OPINIONS SHOULD BE REPORTED, TOO 
BOARD OF EDUCATION SCHEDULED TO VOTE ON OVERCROWDING 
500-PLUS STUDENTS TO TRANSFER 
CITY TEACHERS UNPACKING IN NEW SURROUNDINGS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, PRINCIPALS 
TWO CITY PRINCIPALS ANNOUNCE RETIREMENT 
PRINCIPALS DECLINE CONTEST PARTICIPATION 
PRINCIPALS APPOINTED TO ESTES, CULBRETH 
Cm SCHOOLS HIRE 4 ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, GROUPING 
SCHOOL BOARD PRAISES 'EXCEPTIONAL' REVAMP PLAN 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, SCHOOL BUSES 

SCHOOLS' SNOW-ROUTE PLAN REMAINS UNTESTED 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, SMOKING 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 
PLAN AIMS AT EASING WAY FOR SMOKERS IN CITY SCHOOLS SYSTEM 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, SNOW DAYS SCHEDULE 
SCHOOLS' SNOW-ROUTE PLAN REMAINS UNTESTED 
SNOW ROUTES ANNOUNCED 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT TAX 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., TAXES 
CITY SCHOOLS TO ASK COUNTY FOR 10% BUDGET HIKE 
COUNTY EDUCATORS TO GATHER FOR INFORMAL WORKSHOP 
TEACHER GROUPS SUPPORT BUDGET 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, STUDENTS, BLACKS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, STUDENTS 
STUDENTS 'AT RISK' BY ANY MEASURE 
VIABLE SOLUTION TO DROP-OUT PROBLEM ELUDES OFFICIALS 
A BLACK MALE ROLE MODEL FOR ALL STUDENTS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE 

HOUSE BEING CONSIDERED FOR FORSYTH POST 
HOUSE'S NAME NOT ON FORSYTH LIST OF FINALISTS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, TEACHER AIDES 

TEACHER ASSISTANTS GATHER TO ADDRESS ROLE IN CLASSROOM 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, TEACHERS 
SEE TEACHERS, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, TRANSFER STUDENTS 

EFFECTS OF STUDENT MOVE STILL UNCLEAR TO PARENTS 

TRANSFER OPTIONS CALLED 'TOSS UP' 

500-PLUS STUDENTS TO TRANSFER 

BOARD TO CONSIDER NEW TRANSFER POLICY 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSIDER OPTIONS ON TRANSFER STUDENTS 

SCHOOLS CLOSE DOORS TO TRANSFERS 

TRANSFER APPEALS DENIED 

SCHOOL BOARD NIXES HOUSE PROPOSAL 

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL BRINGS TRANSFERS FOR MANY 

SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSIDER TUITION RATES 



SUBJECTS 



CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, VOCATIONAL PROGRAM 

NEW DIRECTOR ASKING FOR IMPROVEMENTS IN SCHOOLS' 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 

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CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 



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1 P N C62 



CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



2/07/1989 A 
2/09/1989 A 
2/20/1989 A 
2/21/1989 A 
8/18/1989 A 



N C62 
L 
N 

N C62 
N C62 



CHH 1 3/10/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 4/07/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 6/07/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 8/16/1989 A 1 N 



CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 3 P N C62 
CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 3 N C62 

CHH 1 12/04/1989 A 3 N C62 



CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 3 N C62 
CHH 1 12/20/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 2/18/1989 A 1 P N C62 
CHH 1 2/25/1989 A 3 N M25 
CHH 1 4/18/1989 A 1 N C62 



CHH 1 10/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/22/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/01/1989 A 



N C62 

N C62 

P N C62 



3PNC62 
3 P N C62 



CHH 1 10/30/1989 A 3 N C62 



VOCATIONAL EDUCATION... CHH 



CHH 1 


1/25/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


2/08/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


3/09/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


3/24/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


3/28/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


4/19/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


4/20/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


6/10/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


7/17/1989 A 


3 


N L90 


CHH 1 


3/25/1989 A 


2 


N C62 



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CHH 1 



1/04/1989 
3/16/1989 
3/24/1989 
3/29/1989 
4/24/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/21/1989 



"^iH^S^^ town-gown planning committee 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN NOT HAPPY WITH REVISED ROAD PLAN 
PITTSBORO STREET STILL BEST OPTION, PLANNERS SAY 
COUNCIL BACKS AWAY FROM PITTSBORO ST. EXTENSION 

SIGHTS SET ON TRANSPORTATION PLAN „ „ 

NEM GROUP WILL STUDY CHAPEL HILL TRAFFIC, PARKING 
"LOOP" ROADS STILL IN THOROUGHFARE PLAN 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO UNITED FUND (MERGED; UNITED WAY OfJ3R£AT^ORA{«£CO.> 

SEE ALSO UNITED WAY, ORANGE COUNTY (MERGED; NOWWITED WAY OF GREATER ORANGE CO.) 
SEE ALSO UNITED WAY OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY (CREATED JANUARY, 1989) .««„,«» a 

UNITED WAY PLANS XINT COUNTY EFFORT CHH 1 8/20/1989 A 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO YHCA 

SEE YHCA, CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO 



N M70 
N C62 
N M70 
N M70 
L 

N M70 
N H70 



3 N SI? 



CHAPEL OF THE CROSS 

BBC, CHURCH SEEK TO BRIDGE LOCAL RACIAL GAPS 

CHAPLAIN CORPS. 

SEE ALSO MINISTERS, U.S. „_ 

CHAPLAINS AVAILABLE AT TWO HOSPITALS IN ALAMANCE 

CHAPPAOUIDDICK 

CHAPPAQUIDDICK REVISITED 



CHH 1 10/14/1989 A 2 N 



H 1 5/24/1989 C 



H 2 7/20/1989 A 



1 P N H60 
4 E 



CHARITIES 

SEE ALSO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU _„„ 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, CHARITY PATIENTS ^^^^ -„—. 
SEE ALSO FUND RAISING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF FUND RAISING PROJECTS & SPONSORING GROUPS) 
SEE ALSO N.C. OFFICE OF SOLICITATION LICENSING 
SEE ALSO OASIS (DURHAM, N.C.) 

SE LET L THE R BE«VOLENT BEWARE; APPEALS MAY NOT BE JUST FOR CHARITY 
POOR GETTING RICHER? 

GOOD WORKS GALORE ,. 

PROJECT TO SEND DURHAM STUDENTS TO CAMP FIZZLES 
MERCHANTS GROUP SETS UP FOUNDATION 
A BENEFIT FOR THE HOMELESS 
HOW TO GIVE WISELY 



H 


2 


1/22/1989 E 1 


T F Zll 


H 


2 


2/03/1989 A ' 


1 E 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 D ' 


i E 


H 


2 


3/24/1989 A 1 


1 N J40 


H 


2 


4/14/1989 C 1' 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/07/1989 D ' 


) E 


H 


2 


8/27/1989 D < 


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CHARITY 

SEE CHARITIES 

CHARLES A, DANA FOUNDATION 

DUKE PARTICIPATING IN MINORITY GRAD STUDY PROGRAM 

CHARLES ASSOC* 

GROUP HOPING TO PROVIDE HOME FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 

CHARLES CANNON UNIV. (FORMERLY WINGATE COLLEGE) 

SEE ALSO UINGATE COLLEGE (CHANGED TO CHARLES CANNON UNIV.) 
WINGATE COLLEGE TO CHANGE NAME 

CHARLESTON, S.C. 
SEE ALSO S.C. 
FEBRUARY FETES FOR WINE AND WILDLIFE IN CHARLESTON 

RELIEF EFFORTS MOUNTED IN DURHAM FOR HURRICANE VICTIMS t _ 

RISING TO THE CHALLENGE; CHAPEL HILL FLYING CLUB MEMBERS FERRY RELIEF... 

CITY HELPERS LED THE WAY IN S.C. WORK 

VOLUNTEERS' CONCERN HELPS EASE TRAUMA 

1ST-GRADE AID/DURHAM PUPILS SEND CLASSROOM SUPPLIES TO S.C. ... 

CHARLESTON POLICE CHIEF RIPS CRITICS Of HELPFUL DEPUTIES 

CHARLEY'S AUNT (PLAY) 

NOT QUITE ON TRACK/ 'CHARLEY'S AUNT' 

CHARLIE GOODNIGHT'S COMEDY CLUB 



H 2 5/10/1989 C 2 N 



CHH 1 3/19/1989 A 3 P N C62 



H 1 1/25/1989 C 2 N 



H 

H 

CHH 

S 

S 

S 

H 



1/22/1989 
9/28/1989 
9/28/1989 
10/26/1989 
10/28/1989 
11/01/1989 
11/08/1989 



P U W66 

N 
P N S17 
P N C61 

E 

N E33 

N 



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YUKS KEEP COMING AT CHARLIE GOODNIGHT'S 

WHY DID THE COMEDY ZONE CROSS THE TRIANGLE? 

HE'S HA-HA-HAPPY AS A FUNNY MAN/COMEDIAN FRANK KING 

CHARLOTTE, N.C. 

QUAYLE SCORES A BOGEY 

CHARLOTTE RIGHT PLACE FOR '94 FINAL FOUR 

DAVIS CUP DREAM 

GOP CONSERVATIVES FLEX MUSCLES 

CHARLOTTE, N.C, ELECTIONS 

OTHER STATE CITIES WILL PICK MAYORS, TEST SMOKING ISSUE 

CHARLOTTE, N.C, ORDINANCES 

CITY HULLS DIFFERENT APPROACH TO MAJOR-PROJECTS ORDINANCE 

CHARLOTTE AIRPORT 

SEE DOUGLAS AIRPORT (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

CHARLOTTE APPAREL CENTER 

$32 MILLION APPAREL CENTER OFFICIALLY OPENS IN CHARLOTTE 

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

CHARLOTTE HORNETS 

LATE RUN PROPELS NEW JERSEY OVER HORNETS 

BULLETS BLITZ COLD HORNETS 

NBA HORNETS MAKE CUPS RUNNETH OVER AT TRI-PLAS 

CELTICS ROLL BY HORNETS 

HORNETS 107, BULLETS 104 

MALONE, JAZZ CRUSH HORNETS 

JAZZIN' IT UP 

JORDAN'S LATE SURGE PUSHES BULLS BY HORNETS 

KNICKS KNOCK OFF ROAD-POOR HORNETS, 104-89 

BARKLEY, GHINSKI LIFT 76ERS OVER HORNETS 

TRIPUCKA'S 40 PUT HORNETS ON VICTORY ROAD 

BUCKS' DAVIS STINGS HORNETS 

SUNS HOLD BACK HORNETS' COMEBACK 

1977-78 BLUE DEVILS ARE FEINSTEIN'S LATEST SUBJECT/BASKETBALL NOTES 

HORNETS 'HELP' BLAZERS 

HORNETS HYSTERIA/CAVS RIP CHARLOTTE) CHARLOTTE'S NBA PARTY CONTINUES. 

JORDAN SPARKS BULLS BY HORNETS 

IF HORNETS WIN LOTTERY, DEVILS' FERRY IS THE PICK 

HORNETS FEELING PRESSURE TO DRAFT UNC'S REID 

HORNETS SAY REID POSSIBILITY IN NBA DRAFT 

NBA DRAFT? L.A. CLIPPERS TAKE FERRY; HORNETS PICK REID 

BANKS LOOKS AT LAST HURRAH WITH HORNETS 

HORNETS, REID AGREE TO CONTRACT ON EVE OF TRAINING CAMP 

ON THE COURT, HORNETS ARE STILL LEARNING TO CRAWL 

REID (FINALLY) LEADS HORNETS TO VICTORY 

HORNETS FINALLY REWARD FANS WITH WIN 

CHARLOTTE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

THIRD DEATH LINKED TO HOSPITAL PHARMACY 

CHARLOTTE MOTOR SPEEDWAY 
SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 
CHARLOTTE BECOMES NASCAR'S GREAT EQUALIZER 

CHARLOTTE SPIRITS 

SEE CHARLOTTE HORNETS 

CHARLOTTE/RALEIGH TRAIN SERVICE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C, PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE 
SEE ALSO RAILROADS, DURHAM 

ALL ABOARD FOR REVIVED AMTRAK 

TRAIN SERVICE BACKERS PUSH 'DAILY DOUBLE' 



S I T 

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D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



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2 12/22/1989 D 
2 12/22/1989 D 



20 F 

3 P F M60 

4 P F M60 



2 4/19/1989 A 4 E 

2 7/08/1989 D 1 N 

2 7/13/1989 B 1 U D18 

2 9/13/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 11/07/1989 A 1 N 
H 2 2/26/1989 A 1 N S69 

H 2 1/28/1989 B 3 N 



1/04/1989 
1/05/1989 
1/05/1989 
1/07/1989 
1/08/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/12/1989 
1/13/1989 B 
1/16/1989 B 
1/17/1989 D 
1/19/1989 B 
1/25/1989 D 
1/29/1989 C 
1/31/1989 B 
2/06/1989 D 
2/08/1989 D 
5/18/1989 D 
6/05/1989 B 
6/21/1989 D 
6/28/1989 A 
7/23/1989 C 
10/06/1989 B 
11/04/1989 D 
11/16/1989 B 
12/20/1989 D 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

P 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M14 

N 

N 

N H14 

N 

N 

N 

N C52 

U M88 

N 

U M88 

N 

N 



H 2 4/09/1989 B 1 N 



H 2 10/10/1989 B 3 P N M64 



H 2 8/06/1989 D 4 E 
H 2 9/08/1989 A 1 P N L40 



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N.Y. FINANCIAL FIRM ASKS TO AID HOUSING 

PiJATUAM 2000 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, LAND USE 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION 
CHATHAM GROUP TO DISCUSS ANNEXATION 

^SEE^ALSO^IciaARY HOME COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR CHATHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO JOINT ORANGE/CHATHAM COOPERATIVE WORK GROUP 
BOYS' CAMP CALLED BOOST FOR CHATHAM 
FACILITY WILL TREAT 100 BOYS 
CPU. SHOULD BEHAVE ITSELF IN CHATHAM 
CAMP FtKTROUBLED BOYS STIRS CONCERN IN CHATHAM COUNTY 
STORM DAMAGE IN STATE LESS THAN ANTICIPATED 
AREA PICKING UP FROM STORM __ 
FEU TAKING ASSISTANCE FOR MARCH WINDSTORM 
CHATHAM DEPUTIES. SBI AGENTS DISCOVER *40,000 IN MARIJUANA 
EFFECT OF CPU. LAYOFFS UNCERTAIN 
DISSONANCE IN THE POULTRY FARMING RANKS 
POULTRY STILL BIG BUSINESS IN CHATHAM 
HIGH-TECH HOUSING DOWN ON THE FARM 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, ANNEXATION 

CHATHAM GROUP TO DISCUSS ANNEXATION 

THOMPSON CITES TOWN'S PROBLEMS WITH ANNEXATION 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C.BOND ISSUE . 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

CHATHAM SCHOOL BOARD WANTS *15 MILLION BOND VOTE 

CHATHAM CO. SC HOOL B OND TO GO TO VOTE „»«_ 

CHATHAM BOND REFERENDUM SET; CCCC BOND ISSUE CONSIDERED 
LEGALITY OF BOND MEETING GETS ATTORNEYS' CLEARING 
COLLEGE CAMPUS BOND TO BE RECONSIDERED 
CHATHAM CONSIDERS BOND PLANS FOR SCHOOLS 

^^WLP^^^fl^T^YloON KNOW WHAT COUNTY TO CALL HOKE 
CHATHAM NAY ACCEPT BOUNDARY PROPOSAL 
CHATHAM BOARD ON RIGHT TRACK 
ORANGE CO. DRAWS LINE WITH CHATHAM 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., BUDGET __„ M „ 

CHATHAM COUNTY WORKERS MAY GET A 4-PERCENT RAISE TWWAM _ 

CHATHAM COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES ASKING FOR 28-PERCENT INCREASE 

CHATHAM EDUCATORS WANT 13 PERCENT HIKE FOR NEXT YEAR'S BUDGET 

CHATHAM CO. RESIDENTS MAY SEE TAX HIKE 

CHATHAM BOARD TO HOLD BUDGET HEARING MONDAY 

COMMISSIONERS DISAGREE ON EMS POSITIONS 

CHATHAM TO CONSIDER FISCAL YEAR BUDGET 

CHATHAM DROPS MERIT PAY MONEY 

CHATHAM OKS 4-CENT TAX INCREASE _ _ 

CHATHAM SALARY QUESTION MERITS OFFICIALS' CONFUSION 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., ECONOMY 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C. 
EFFECT OF CPU. LAYOFFS UNCERTAIN 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, BOND ISSUE 
FIREFIGHTERS RALLY SIFPORT FOR HOFFHAN 
CHAIRMAN DENIES HE'S SEEKING SHERIFF'S POST 
THOMPSON WON'T SEEK RE-ELECTION, BUSINESSMAN SAYS 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, EMPLOYEES r ^ r ^„ ^ Trr 
CHATHAM COUNTY WORKERS MAY GET A 4-PERCENT RAISE 
CHATHAM HEARS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION REPORT 
FINDINGS NOT SURPRISING, BOARD CHAIRMAN SAYS 
CHATHAM GOVERNMENT GOES SHOKE-fTEE 



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S 2 2/11/1989 C 1 N H65 



CHH 1 1/26/1989 A 2 N M25 



CHH 1 


1/03/1989 A 


3 N H25 


CHH 1 


1/03/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


1/11/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


6/04/1989 B 


3 N 


H 2 


6/18/1989 B 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


6/18/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


7/21/1989 A 


3 N S17 


CHH 1 


9/01/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


9/01/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


9/17/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


9/17/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


9/17/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/26/1989 A 


2 N M25 


CHH 1 


1/28/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


6/28/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


8/05/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


8/07/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


8/15/1989 A 


7 N H25 


CHH 1 


8/23/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


9/08/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


2/18/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


2/23/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


2/23/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


8/17/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


1 P N K25 


CHH 1 


5/09/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


5/21/1989 A 


1 N K25 


CHH 1 


6/06/1989 A 


1 P N H25 


CHH 1 


6/18/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


6/25/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


6/29/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/29/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


7/01/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


7/02/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


9/01/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


10/18/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


10/18/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


11/28/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


10/05/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


10/05/1989 A 


3 N M25 


O* 1 


11/25/1989 A 


3 N M25 



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Cm 1 10/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/02/1989 A 



1 7/23/1989 A 
1 7/27/1989 A 



CHH 1 10/03/1989 A 1 N M25 



CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., EHPLOYESS, INSURANCE 
COUNTY TO RECONSIDER INSURANCE PROPOSAL 
INSURANCE ISSUE SETTLED IN CHATHAM 
HEALTH INSURANCE NOT FACTOR— THOMPSON 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., EMPLOYEES, SALARIES 

CHATHAM OFFICIAL WANTS PLANNING RAISE CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 

CHATHAM'S HOLMES AIRS COMPLAINTS OF WOMEN'S SALARIES CHH 1 6/26/1989 A 

CHATHAM DROPS MERIT PAY MONEY CHH 1 6/29/1989 A 

CHATHAM SALARY QUESTION MERITS OFFICIALS' CONFUSION CHH 1 7/02/1989 A 

CHATHAM HEALTH BOARD OFFICIAL URGES PAY INCREASES CHH 1 11/13/1989 A 

DECISION TO HIKE HEALTH SALARIES PROMPTS QUESTIONS OF FAIRNESS CHH 1 11/22/1989 A 

CHATHAM STAFF'S PAY STILL LAGGING BEHIND STATE COUNTERPARTS CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., FEES 

LANDFILL TIPPING FEE SCHEDULE TO GO TO BOARD CHH 

CHATHAM BOARD OKS LANDFILL TIPPING FEES CHH 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., GARBAGE COLLECTION 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT 

CHATHAM OFFICIALS EYE EXPANDED RECYCLING CHH 1 1/09/1989 A 

CHATHAM ASKS FOR EXTENSION ON SLUDGE STUDY CHH 1 3/19/1989 A 

CHATHAM TIGHTENS RULES ON TRASH DUMPING CHH 1 3/22/1989 A 

LANDFILL TIPPING FEE SCHEDULE TO GO TO BOARD CHH 1 7/23/1989 A 

CHATHAM BOARD OKS LANDFILL TIPPING FEES Mi 1 7/27/1989 A 

CHATHAM GETS TOUGH WITH TRASH REGULATIONS CHH 1 8/01/1989 A 

CHATHAM BOARD BUCKS AT RECYCLING PLAN CHH 1 11/25/1989 A 

CHATHAM FOLK SURELY WILLING TO PITCH IN CHH 1 11/27/1989 A 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM 2000 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., ZONING 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION 
CHATHAM ADOPTS REVISED DEAN-MOSS LAND PLAN 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., GARBAGE COLLECTION 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., LANDFILL 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 

CHATHAM WANTS PUBLIC FORUM ON WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITY CHH 1 4/28/1989 A 

MEDICAL WASTE FIRM CONSIDERS CHATHAM SITE CHH 1 5/03/1989 A 

QUESTIONS REMAIN FOR PITTS8OR0 INCINERATOR CHH 1 5/13/1989 A 
PITTSBORO INCINERATOR SITE UNLIKELY - BOARD CHAIRMAN (AMENDED 5-18-89) CHH 1 5/17/1989 A 

CORRECTION CHH 1 5/18/1989 A 

COMPLAINTS SPARK PROBE OF AREA DEM CHH 1 5/19/1989 A 

DEM OFFICIAL DEFENDS LOCAL ENFORCEMENT CHH 1 5/20/1989 A 

MECKLENBURG COULD MODEL FOR CHATHAM MEDICAL INCINERATOR CHH 1 5/21/1989 A 

PITTSBORO WASTE BURNER NOT PLAN*© - BIO-MED MGR. CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 

STATE FINISHES DEM INVESTIGATION CHH 1 7/12/1989 A 

REGIONAL DEM DIRECTOR DEFENDS ENFORCEMENT RECORD CHH 1 7/13/1989 A 

REPORT CITES PROBL EM AREAS CHH 1 7/13/1989 A 

CHATHAM COMMITTEE TO STUDY EFFECT OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITY CHH 1 7/30/1989 A 

WASTE DISPOSAL HEARINGS CRITICIZED CHH 1 8/29/1989 A 

CHATHAM OFFICIALS LOOKING TO DODGE NUCLEAR WASTE PILE CHH 1 9/06/1989 A 

CHATHAM TO CONSIDER RESOLUTION ON STORAGE OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE CHH 1 10/16/1989 A 

WAKE-CHATHAM TRACT TAPPED AS POSSIBLE N-WASTE SITE H 2 11/09/1989 A 

HACKNEY SAYS HE'LL OPPOSE WASTE DUMP CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 

TIME TO PAY THE PIPER CHH 1 11/10/1989 A 

GROUP FIRM ON OPPOSITION TO CHATHAM NUCLEAR DUMP CHH 1 11/13/1989 A 

TWO NUKE SITES UNSUITABLE-WILLHOIT CHH 1 11/16/1989 A 

CPU. FINDS IT OWNS 43X OF LAND EYED FOR WASTE FACILITY CHH 1 11/21/1989 A 

CHEM-MUCLEAR OFFERS TO ANSWER WASTE SITE QUERIES CHH 1 11/24/1989 A 

CHATHAM REQUESTS LEGISLATORS TO DELAY WASTE SITE CHOICE CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 

REACTIONS MIXED ON WASTE ISSUE CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 

HOSTS GET BENEFITS CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 

SHEARON HARRIS SITE MAKES SENSE, WAKE COUNTY OFFICIAL SAYS CHH 1 12/10/1989 A 

WILLHOIT URGES SCRUTINY ON TESTING OF WASTE SITES CHH 1 12/11/1989 A 

COMMISSIONER FEARS COUNTY MAY BE SITE FOR INCINERATOR CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 

CHEH-NUCLEAR DEFENDS ENVIRONMENTAL RECORD CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 



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N M25 
N M25 
N N25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 



3 N M25 
3 N 



N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N 

N M25 
N M25 
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N M25 
N M25 
N M23 
N M25 
N 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N H25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N H25 
N L40 
N M25 
E 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
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RECORD CLEAN AT BARNWELL SITE, CO? ANY, STATE OFFICIALS SAY 
CHATHAM BOARD ADVOCATES WASTE SITE PROTECTIONS 
DRILLING SUGGESTS WASTE SITE SUITABLE 
CONTRACT OUTLINES DUMP FUNDING 

™^EN&TI§n' raW CREATES HOUSING BIND 
HUD TO REBATE $100,000 RENT IN CHATHAM CO. 
CHATHAM COMMITTEE TO FOCUS ON HOUSING 
HOUSING PLAN CALLED CONTROVERSIAL 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, INJA^IAL DE^fflMENT 

JAPANESE WOOD COMPANY TO BUILD PLANT IN SILER CITY 

CHATHAM COUNTY. N.C, LAND USE 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM 2000 „ 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION 

CHATHAM TO DEBATE LANDUSE ^^ 

CHATHAM BOARD WOULD REZONE LAND FOR MEMBER 

THOMPSON DEFENDS PROPOSED LAND-USE CHANGES „ , „, 

CHATHAM DROPS SEWER SYSTEMS FROM LAND PLAN (CORRECTION PRINTED 8-3-89) 

CORRECTION 

CHATHAM CONSIDERS LAND-USE PROPOSAL 

COUNTY DELAYS ACTION ON DEAN MOSS PLAN 

INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS VS, COMMUNITY INTEREST 

S^ O^&TdeOelO^ NOT ALWAYS CLEAR-CUT 

TaM'^C^WB WASTE TREATMENT 
CHATHAM OFFICIALS EYE EXPANDED RECYCLING 
CHATHAM TIGHTENS RULES ON TRASH DUMPING 
HOFFMAN DEFENDS 62-PERCENT LANDFILL INCREASE 
LANDFILL TIPPING FEE SCHEDULE TO GO TO BOARD 
CHATHAM BOARD OKS LANDFILL TIPPING FEES 
LANDFILL DUMPING FEE CREATES CONFUSION IN CHATHAM 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, ORDINANCES 
TOWN WON'T SUPPORT TRAILER BAN 

CHATHAM COUNTY. N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., TAXES 
SEE ALSO PROPERTY TAXES, N.C. 

CHATHAM CO. RESIDENTS MAY SEE TAX HIKE 

CHATHAM MOVES COULD PREVENT BIGGER TAX HIKE 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, ROADS _ , „ „ _, 

STATE CONSIDERS BYPASS OPTIONS FOR U.S. 15-501 
CHATHAM, ORANGE CLASH OVER CONNECTOR ROAD LIKELY 
CHATHAM FACING PAVING DECISION 
CHATHAM BOARD FAVORS U.S. 15-501, 1-40 LINK 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, WATER AND SEWER LINES 
CHATHAM OFFICIAL URGES MONITORING OF SEWAGE 
'SPRAY' SEWER ONE OPTION FOR CHATHAM 
UNSUITABLE SOIL FORCES ALTERNATIVES TO SEPTIC TANKS 
COLE PARK PLAZA IS NOW MEETING WATER STANDARDS 
CHATHAM HULLS SEWAGE SYSTEM SUPERVISION 
PLANNER URGES GOVERNORS CLUB DELAY 
CHATHAM OFFICIALS ON RIGHT TRACK 

SEVERE SCRUTINY JUSTIFIED „ __ , . „, 

CHATHAM ATTACKS SEPTAGE PROBLEM (CORRECTION PRINTED 3-15-89) 
SEPTAGE PROPOSAL GETS PRAISE 
CORRECTION 

•LITTLE HOUSE BEHIND THE BIG HOUSE' __ 

CHATHAM OFFICIALS SKEPTICAL OF SLUDGE PROGRAM'S SAFETY 
CHATHAM IS CORRECT TO SAY, 'SHOW ME' 
CHATHAM WANTS SLUDGE DISPOSAL INFORMATION 
SLUDGE NO THREAT, WATER OFFICIAL SAYS 



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CHH 1 12/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/30/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/06/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/09/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/12/1989 A 

CHH 1 12/20/1989 A 



N M25 

N M25 

N H25 

P N M25 



2 N M25 

3 N M25 
3 N M25 
3 P N M25 



CHH 1 7/05/1989 A 3 N M25 



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



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



2/18/1989 

6/08/1989 

7/27/1989 

8/02/1989 

8/03/1989 

9/19/1989 

9/20/1989 

10/15/1989 

10/15/1989 

10/15/1989 



N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N 

N H23 
N M25 
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1 N K25 
1 N M25 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
1 
1 



CHH 
CHH 



1/09/1989 A 
3/22/1989 A 
6/26/1989 A 
7/23/1989 A 
7/27/1989 A 
8/13/1989 A 



N M25 
N M25 
N M25 

N M25 
N 
N M25 



CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 3 N M25 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 



6/06/1989 A 
7/05/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/01/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/24/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/11/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/31/1989 A 



1 P N H25 
3 P N M25 



1 M N M25 

1 P N M25 

3 N M25 

1 N M25 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



1/04/1989 
1/15/1989 
1/15/1989 
1/18/1989 
2/02/1989 
2/03/1989 
2/03/1989 
2/04/1989 
3/14/1989 
3/15/1989 
3/15/1989 
3/15/1989 
4/04/1989 
4/05/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/14/1989 



N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
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N M25 
N K25 
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N N25 
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N M23 
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SLUDGE HAULER HAY BE CITED FOR WASTE PIT 

CHATHAM GIVES CONDITIONAL SUPPORT TO SLUDGE REQUEST 

SLUDGE REGULATIONS MUDDY, HAULER TELLS COMMISSIONERS 

SOME PROPER PROPOSALS 

CHATHAM DROPS SEWER SYSTEMS FROM LANS PLAN (CORRECTION FAINTED 8-3-89) 

CHATHAM PAID SLUDGE HAULER FINED BY STATE 

CHATHAM APPROVES FUNDS FOR SEWAGE TANK 

TREATMENT SYSTEM ALLOCATIONS UNCERTAIN 

BOND WOULD RAZE, THEN REBUILD BONLEE 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., TAX RATE 

CHATHAM CO. RESIDENTS MAY SEE TAX HIKE 

CHATHAM COUNTY. N.C., TAXES 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., PROPERTY TAXES 
CHATHAM OKS 4-CENT TAX INCREASE 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., WATER AND SEWER LINES 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS 
CHATHAM OKS GOVERNORS CLUB PHASE, WITH STRINGS 
CHATHAM SAYS WATER ISSUE ON THE TABLE 
CHATHAM SCHOOLS FINED $95,000 
CHATHAM SCHOOLS HAD BEEN GIVEN WASTEWATER FUNDS 
STOP POLLUTION, WHATEVER THE SOURCE 
CLUB DEVELOPERS HAVEN'T PAID WATER INSTALLMENT-COUNTY 
GOVERNORS CLUB SHOULD PAY UP 

•LIKE A CHEAP SHOT'/HAW RIVER ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT QUESTIONS DEM FINES... 
GRATHWOHL URGES JOINT EFFORT TOWARD SOLUTION 
CHATHAM OFFICIAL FAULTS SCHOOL BOARD FOR FINES 
COUNTY RENEGOTIATES WATER PAYMENT DEAL 
SCHOOL OFFICIALS DISCUSS DEM FINE 
CHATHAM SCHOOLS LOOK FOR EXCUSES 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., WATER RESOURCES 

GOVERNORS CLUB, CHATHAM MOVE CLOSER TO ACCORD 

CHATHAM QUESTIONS GOVERNORS CLUB WATER AGREEMENT 

GOVERNORS CLUB SHOULDN'T COST COUNTY 

OFFICIAL SEES BENEFITS IN GOVERNORS CLUB TALKS 

CHATHAM ASKS FOR EXTENSION ON SLUDGE STUDY 

ONE-GALLON COMMODE TOUTED AS WAY TO SAVE WATER, MONEY 

CHATHAM, DEVELOPERS AFFIRM WATER AGREEMENT 

FEARRINGTON DEVELOPER TO CONTRIBUTE TO COUNTY WATER SYSTEM 

OMASA DEBATES STAFF'S AUTHORITY IN POLICY ISSUES 

OWASA-CHATHAH CO. WATER HOOKUP STILL UNLIKELY VENTURE 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., WATER TREATMENT PLANTS 
OFFICIALS INVESTIGATE CHATHAM WASTE PIT 
COUNTY APPROVES GUIDELINES FOR WATER SYSTEM EXTENSIONS 
OWASA PURCHASE MAY BE SITE FOR TREATMENT PLANT 
CHATHAM FINE WAIVER SAID NOT PROBABLE 

'LIKE A CHEAP SHOT'/HAW RIVER ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT QUESTIONS DEM FINES... 
GRATHWOHL URGES JOINT EFFORT TOWARD SOLUTION 
SYSTEMS TREATING WATER EFFECTIVELY, SPECIALIST SAYS 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., ZONING 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION 

CHATHAM APPROVES BIGGER LOT REQUIREMENTS 

CHATHAM BOARD WOULD REZONE LAND FOR MEMBER 

CHATHAM DENIES REZONING/ GOVERNORS CLUB GROWS 

CHATHAM MAY REZONE DESPITE OWNER'S WISHES 

COMPROMISE OFFERED ON REZONING LAND NEAR LAKE 

OFFICIALS 'BACK TO SQUARE ONE' ON PLANNING EXTENSION 

INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS VS. COMMUNITY INTEREST 

PROPOSED CHANGES WILL TAKE TIME 

BUSINESS OF PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT NOT ALWAYS CLEAR-CUT 

CHATHAM COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS 
CHATHAM EDUCATORS WANT 13 PERCENT HIKE FOR NEXT YEAR'S BUDGET 



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8/17/1989 

10/03/1989 

12/01/1989 

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N M25 
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N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M70 
N M70 



CHH 1 6/06/1989 A 1 P N M25 



CHH 1 7/01/1989 A 1 N M25 



H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
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CHH 1 
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2/08/1989 
2/09/1989 
10/25/1989 
10/26/1989 
10/24/1989 
11/01/1989 
11/02/1989 
11/04/1989 
11/04/1989 
11/06/1989 
11/07/1989 
11/09/1989 
11/11/1989 



1/19/1989 
2/07/1989 
2/10/1989 
3/11/1989 
3/19/1989 
3/27/1989 
6/23/1989 
9/17/1989 
9/18/1989 
9/19/1989 



2/21/1989 
3/22/1989 
8/05/1989 
11/03/1989 
11/04/1989 
11/04/1989 
12/14/1989 



CHH 1 



2/22/1989 

6/08/1989 

6/25/1989 

7/15/1989 

7/26/1989 

8/18/1989 

10/15/1989 

10/15/1989 

CHH 1 10/15/1989 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
E 

N M25 
E 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
E 



N M25 

N M25 
E 

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 



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1 P N M25 
1 N M25 
1 P N M25 
3 N M25 
1 M N M25 
1 M N M25 
1 N M25 
1 N M25 



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CHATHAM SCHOOL BOARD WANTS $15 MILLION BOND VOTE 
LEGALITY OF BOND MEETING GETS ATTORNEYS' CLEARING 
CHATHAM CONSIDERS BOND PLANS FOR SCHOOLS 
CHATHAM SCHOOLS HAD BEEN GIVEN WASTEWATER FUNDS 

CHATHAM FINE WAIVER SAID MOT PROBABLE „„ TTnije —. —-» 

•LIKE A CHEAP SHOT'/HAW RIVER ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT QUESTIONS DEM FINES.. 
GRATHWOHL URGES JOINT EFFORT TOWARD SOLUTION 

CHATHAM OFFICIAL FAULTS SCHOOL BOARD FOR FINES Tn m 

SCHCaS TO SEEK WAIVER OF FINES/CHATHAM SCHOOLS RESPOND TO DEM 
SCHOOL OFFICIALS DISCUSS DEM FINE 
TREATMENT SYSTEM ALLOCATIONS UNCERTAIN 
BOND WOULD RAZE, THEN REBUILD BONLEE 
CHATHAM PASSES $15 MILLION BOND 

CHATHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

CHATHAM OFFICIAL URGES MONITORING OF SEWAGE 

TOWN WON'T SUPPORT TRAILER BAN , r _ 

CHATHAM COUNTY WORKERS MAY GET A 4-PERCENT RAISE 

THE CHATHAM AGENDA! COFFEE, BISCUITS AND BALANCING GOALS 

CHATHAM MULLS SEWAGE SYSTEM SUPERVISION 

CHATHAM OFFICIALS ON RIGHT TRACK 

CHATHAM QUESTIONS GOVERNORS CLUB WATER AGREEMENT 
CHATHAM SAYS WATER ISSUE ON THE TABLE 
TOWN COUNCIL OKS COURTESY REVIEW PLAN 

CHATHAM TO DEBATE LAND USE — „., « 

WOLF'S POND RESIDENTS MAY SOON KNOW WHAT COUNTY TO CALL HOME 
CHATHAM APPROVES BIGGER LOT REQUIREMENTS 
15-501 TO GET TURNING LANES 
CHATHAM MAY ACCEPT BOUNDARY PROPOSAL 

CHATHAM BOARD ON RIGHT TRACK _ _ , „ ^ 

CHATHAM ATTACKS SEPTAGE PROBLEM (CORRECTION PRINTED 3-15-89) 

SEPTAGE PROPOSAL GETS PRAISE 

CORRECTION 

'LITTLE HOUSE BEHIND THE BIG HOUSE' 

CHATHAM TIGHTENS RULES ON T RASH DUMPING _ __ 

HEALTH DIRECTOR SEARCH COMMITTEE FACING NO SHORTAGE OF ADVICE 

CHATHAM OFFICIALS SKEPTICAL OF SLUDGE PROGRAM'S SAFETY 

CHATHAM IS CORRECT TO SAY, 'SHOW ME' 

CHATHAM WANTS SLUDGE DISPOSAL INFORMATION __ 

LAND NEAR PITTSBORO INTAKE NOT SLATED FOR SLUDGE - OWNER 
CHATHAM GIVES CONDITIONAL SUPPORT TO SLUDGE REQUEST 
SLUDGE REGULATIONS MUDDY, HAULER TELLS COMMISSIONERS 
CHATHAM WANTS PUBLIC FORUM ON WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITY 

CHATHAM VOTES TO OPPOSE NORTHERN BYPASS IN ROAD PLAN 

CHATHAM COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES ASKING FOR 28-PERCENT INCREASE 

CHATHAM COMMISSIONERS MAY ASSUME FINAL OK ON SUBDIVISIONS 

PITTSBORO INCINERATOR SITE UNLIKELY - BOARD CHAIRMAN (AMENDED 5-18-89) 

GOVERNORS CLUB EXPANSION BERATED 

CO R RECTION 

CHATHAM EDUCATORS WANT 13 PERCENT HIKE FOR NEXT YEAR'S BUDGET 

CHATHAM BOARD FAVORS U.S. 15-501, 1-40 LINK 

CHATHAM JOINS IN CELEBRATION OF 'GODSEND' 

COMMISSIONERS TO CONSIDER GOVERNORS CLUB EXPANSION 

CHATHAM DENIES RE20NIN6/ GOVERNORS CLUB GROWS 

CHATHAM'S HOLMES AIRS COMPLAINTS OF WOMEN'S SALARIES 

OFFICIAL RECOMMENDS CHATHAM COUNTY WITHDRAW FROM JOINT PLANNING TALKS 

CHATHAM HEARING SLATED ON PLANNING BOARD POWER 

COUNTY RESIDENTS SAY LAKE PRICE TOO HIGH 

SUBDIVISION CONTROL PROPOSAL DEBATED 

LANDFILL TIPPING FEE SCHEDULE TO GO TO BOARD 

COMPROMISE OFFERED ON ZONING LAND NEAR LAKE „ AnTi ttv 

CHATHAM COMMITTEE TO STUDY EFFECT OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITY 

PITTSBORQ'S PLANNING AREA REQUEST PUT OFF UNTIL AUGUST 

CHATHAM DROPS SEWER SYSTEMS FROM LAND PLAN (CORRECTION PRINTED 8-3-89) 

CORRECTION 

CHATHAM BOND REFERENDUM SET; CCCC BOND ISSUE CONSIDERED 

PLANNING AREA EXTENSION AGAIN QUESTIONED 

COMMISSIONER DENIES SPECIAL INTEREST IN ISSUE 

LEGALITY OF BOND MEETING GETS ATTORNEYS' CLEARING 

OFFICIALS 'BACK TO SQUARE ONE' ON PLANNING EXTENSION 



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5/02/1989 
5/09/1989 
5/12/1939 
5/17/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/21/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/25/1989 
6/26/1989 
7/04/1989 
7/04/1989 
7/07/1989 
7/14/1989 
7/23/1989 
7/26/1989 
7/30/1989 
7/30/1989 
8/02/1989 
8/03/1989 
8/07/1989 
8/08/1989 
8/09/1989 
8/15/1989 
8/18/1989 



1 ! 

3 

1 f 

3 f 

1 

4 

1 I 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

1 I 

3 I 

4 

1 

3 

3 

4 

3 

1 

1 

4 

1 

1 

3 

3 

3 

1 

3 

3 

3 

3 

9 

1 
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3 
3 
1 
3 
1 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
3 
3 
1 
7 
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N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N K70 
N M70 
N M25 



N K25 
N K25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
E 

N M25 
N M25 
N M70 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
E 

N M25 
N H25 
N 
E 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
E 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N N25 
N 

N H25 
N M25 
N L90 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N K25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
I 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N K25 
N M25 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 

12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



PITTSBORO BOARD FIGHTS REVISED PLANNING AREA 

STONE PROPERTY REZDNING ON TABLE 

CHATHAM TO CONSIDER PITTSBORO EXTENSION 

CHATHAM BOARD EXTENDS TOWN'S PLANNING JURISDICTION 

COLLEGE CAMPUS BOND TO BE RECONSIDERED 

CHATHAM BOARD MOVES ON INSURANCE PLAN 

CHATHAM OFFICIALS LOOKING TO DODGE NUCLEAR WASTE PILE 

BOARD TO GET FINAL SUBDIVISION OK 

CHATHAM COMMITTEE TO FOCUS ON HOUSING 

CHATHAM CONSIDERS LAND-USE PROPOSAL 

COUNTY DELAYS ACTION ON DEAN MOSS PLAN 

RADIOACTIVE WASTE DATA CONTRADICTED 

CHATHAM ADOPTS REVISED DEAN-MOSS LAND PLAN 

CHATHAM APPROVES FUNDS FOR SEWAGE TANK 

CHATHAM HEARS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION REPORT 

FINDINGS NOT SURPRISING, BOARD CHAIRMAN SAYS 

CHATHAM TO CONSIDER RESOLUTION ON STORAGE OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE 

FIREFIGHTERS RALLY SUPPORT FOR HOFFMAN 

CHAIRMAN DENIES HE'S SEEKING SHERIFF'S POST 

HOFFMAN'S STATUS WITH COUNTY BOARD SPECULATION TOPIC 

COUNTY TO RECONSIDER INSURANCE PROPOSAL 

HOFFMAN'S DECISION NO SURPRISE, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SAY 

INSURANCE ISSUE SETTLED IN CHATHAM 

CHATHAM TO PAY HOFFMAN THROUGH FEBRUARY 

GOVERNORS CLUB SHOULD PAY UP 

COUNTY RENEGOTIATES WATER PAYMENT DEAL 

BOARD GIVES HOFFMAN EARLY LEAVE 

DECISION TO HIKE HEALTH SALARIES PROMPTS QUESTIONS OF FAIRNESS 

CHATHAM BOARD BUCKS AT RECYCLING PLAN 

CHATHAM GOVERNMENT GOES SMOKE-FREE 

MURCHISON'S MEDICARE TO BE PAID 

THOMPSON WON'T SEEK RE-ELECTION, BUSINESSMAN SAYS 

CHATHAM REQUESTS LEGISLATORS TO DELAY WASTE SITE CHOICE 

DUNLAP ELECTED CHATHAM CHAIRMAN 

CHATHAM STAFF'S PAY STILL LAGGING BEHIND STATE COUNTERPARTS 

COMMISSIONER FEARS COUNTY MAY BE SITE FOR INCINERATOR 

CHATHAM BOARD ADVOCATES WASTE SITE PROTECTIONS 

HOUSING PLAN CALLED CONTROVERSIAL 

REPORT URGES BOOKMOBILE FUNDING 

CHATHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, BUDGET 

CHATHAM BOARD TO HOLD BUDGET HEARING MONDAY 

COMMISSIONERS DISAGREE ON ENS POSITIONS 

CHATHAM TO CONSIDER FISCAL YEAR BUDGET 

CHATHAM DROPS MERIT PAY MONEY 

CHATHAM OKS 4-CENT TAX INCREASE 

CHATHAM MOVES COULD PREVENT BIGGER TAX HIKE 

CHATHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, CHAIRMAN 
DUNLAP ELECTED CHATHAM CHAIRMAN 

CHATHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 

HOLMES, HANNER SEEK CHATHAM BOARD SEATS 

CHATHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, RETREATS 

THE CHATHAM AGENDA: COFFEE, BISCUITS AND BALANCING GOALS 

CHATHAM COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING 
SEE ALSO AGING 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 
CHATHAM JOINS IN CELEBRATION OF 'GODSEND' 
ADULT DAY-CARE CENTER NOW CLOSER TO REALITY, GROUP SAYS 

CHATHAM COUNTY COURTHOUSE 
NO PLACE FOR FAINTHEARTS 

CHATHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF HEALTH 

CHATHAM HEALTH BOARD OFFICIAL URGES PAY INCREASES 

DECISION TO HIKE HEALTH SALARIES PROMPTS QUESTIONS OF FAIRNESS 

CHATHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF HEALTH, DIRECTOR 



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CHH 
CHH 
H 

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



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



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



8/19/1989 A 

8/21/1989 A 

8/21/1989 A 

8/22/1989 B 

8/23/1989 A 

9/02/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/12/1989 

9/19/1989 

9/20/1989 

9/26/1989 

10/03/1989 

10/03/1989 

10/05/1989 

10/05/1989 

10/16/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/20/1989 

10/23/1989 

10/24/1989 

10/24/1989 

11/02/1989 

11/02/1989 

11/07/1989 

11/07/1989 

11/22/1989 

11/25/1989 

11/25/1989 

11/25/1989 

11/28/1989 

12/05/1989 

12/05/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/12/1989 

12/20/1989 

12/20/1989 

12/25/1989 



A 

A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



6/18/1989 
6/25/1989 
6/29/1989 
6/29/1989 
7/01/1989 
7/05/1989 



CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/28/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/27/1989 A 



N H25 
N M25 
N M25 
NM25 
NM25 
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 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
E 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 



1 P N M25 
3 N M25 
3 N 

3 N M25 
1 N H25 
3 P N M25 



3 N M25 
1 P N M25 
3 P N M25 



CHH 1 6/10/1989 A 3 N L90 
CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 1 N M25 



CHH 1 3/03/1989 A 1 P P L38 



CHH 1 11/13/1989 A 3 N M25 
CHH 1 11/22/1989 A 3 P N M25 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



HEALTH DIRECTOR SEARCH COMMITTEE FACING NO SHORTAGE OF ADVICE 
SHAW PICKED TO FILL COUNTY HEALTH POST 

CHATHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES „-«. T1 ™- A «- 
CHATHAM COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES ASKING FOR 28-PERCENT INCREASE 
CONFIRMED CHILD ABUSE UP 119X IN CHATHAM 

CHATHAM COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 

FIREFIGHTERS RALLY SUPPORT FOR HOFFMAN 

CHATHAM COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 

'GENTRIFICATION' OF CHATHAM CREATES HOUSING BIND 

CHATHAM COUNTY JAIL „ 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. 
CHATHAM ROBBERY SUSPECT RECAPTURED 

CHATHAM COUNTY MANAGER 

HOFFMAN'S STATUS WITH COUNTY BOARD SPECULATION TOPIC 
HOFFMAN SAYS (£'LL RESIGN MANAGER POST AT YEAR'S END 
CHATHAM TO PAY HOFFMAN THROUGH FEBRUARY 
BOARD GIVES HOFFMAN EARLY LEAVE 

™W8&JPffi£tifiS TO ILLEGALLY DISPENSING DRUGS 

CHATHAM COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM 2000 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
• SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., LAND USE 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., ZONING 
SEE ALSO ORANGE/CHATHAM PLANNING AREA 

PLANNER URGES GOVERNORS CLUB DELAY ^ 

CHATHAM OKS GOVERNORS CLUB PHASE, WITH STRINGS 

CHATHAM SAYS WATER ISSUE ON THE TABLE 

CHATHAM BOARD TO CONSIDER 2-LOT SUBDIVISION 

TWO-LOT SUBDIVISION GIVEN PLANNERS' PRELIMINARY OK 

OFFICIAL SEES BENEFITS IN GOVERNORS CLUB TALKS 

CHATHAM FACING PAVING DECISION 

CORRECTION _ 

CHATHAM OFFICIAL WANTS PLANNING RAISE 

CHATHAM COMMISSIONERS MAY ASSUME FINAL OK ON SUBDIVISIONS 

CHATHAM BOARD WOULD REZONE LAND FOR MEMBER 

COMMISSIONERS TO CONSIDER GOVERNORS CLUB EXPANSION 

CHATHAM HEARING SLATED ON PLANNING BOARD POWER 

SUBDIVISION CONTROL PROPOSAL DEBATED 

CHATHAM MAY REZONE DESPITE OWNER'S WISHES 

THOMPSON DEFENDS PROPOSED LAND-USE CHANGES 

STONE PROPERTY REZONING ON TABLE 

CHATHAM TO CONSIDER PITTSBORO EXTENSION 

BOARD TO GET FINAL SUBDIVISION OK 

CHATHAM ADOPTS REVISED DEAN-rtOSS LAND PLAN 

INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS VS. COMMUNITY INTEREST 

PROPOSED CHANGES WILL TAKE TIME __ mnp 

BUSINESS OF PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT NOT ALWAYS CLEAR-CUT 

CHATHAM COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 

REPORT URGES BOOKMOBILE FUNDING 

CHATHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
VACCINATIONS BEGIN IN CHATHAM SCHOOLS ,_,„ „_,„ _«- 
HOOFING IT TO GET THE STORY; NORTHWOOD HIGH REPORTER GETS SCOOP., 
CHATHAM EDUCATORS WANT 13 PERCENT HIKE FOR NEXT YEAR'S BUDGET 
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NETS PRINCIPAL AWARD 
CHATHAM CO. SCHOOL BOND TO GO TO VOTE _^ 

CHATHAM BOND REFERENDUM SET; CCCC BOND ISSUE CONSIDERED 
CHATHAM PRESENTS LUNCH PAYMENT PLANS 
CHATHAM CONSIDERS BOND PLANS FOR SCHOOLS 
CHATHAM SCHOOLS FINED $95,000 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 



4/03/1989 A 
5/31/1989 A 



CHH 1 5/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/16/1989 A 

CHH 1 10/18/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/06/1989 A 



N M25 
N M25 



N H25 
N M25 



3 PN M25 
2 N M25 



CHH 1 9/07/1989 A 1 N M25 



CHH 1 10/20/1989 A 3 N M25 

CHH 1 10/23/1989 A 1 P N M25 

CHH 1 11/02/1989 A 3 P N M25 

CHH 1 11/07/1989 A 1 P N M25 



CHH 1 3/07/1989 A 1 N H90 



CHH 1 

H 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



2/03/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/09/1989 
3/07/1989 
3/09/1989 
3/11/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/15/1989 
5/12/1989 
6/C8/1989 
6/13/1989 
7/04/1989 
7/14/1989 
7/15/1989 
7/27/1989 
8/21/1989 
8/21/1989 
9/06/1989 
10/03/1989 
10/15/1989 
10/15/1989 
10/15/1989 



N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N H25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N 
N 

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 



CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 3 N M25 



CHH 1 


2/01/1989 A 


1 


N M25 


CHH 1 


3/01/1989 A 


3 P N «25 


CHH 1 


5/21/1989 A 


1 


N M25 


CHH 1 


7/14/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/05/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


8/07/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


8/22/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


9/08/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


10/25/1989 A 


1 


N M25 



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



SUBJECTS 



CHATHAM SCHOOLS HAD BEEN GIVEN WASTEWATER FUNDS 

STOP POLLUTION, WHATEVER THE SOURCE 

CHATHAM FINE WAIVER SAID NOT PROBABLE 

CHATHAM OFFICIAL FAULTS SCHOOL BOARD FOR FINES 

SCHOOLS TO SEEK WAIVER OF FINES/CHATHAM SCHOOLS RESPOND TO DEM 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS DISCUSS DEM FINE 

CHATHAM SCHOOLS LOOK FOR EXCUSES 

CHATHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, BOND REFERENDA 

TREATMENT SYSTEM ALLOCATIONS UNCERTAIN 
BOND WOULD RAZE, THEN REBUILD BONLEE 
CHATHAM PASSES »15 MILLION BOND 

CHATHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, BUDGET 
COUNTY RANKS S2ND IN SPENDING 

CHATHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, CONSTRUCTION 

THE CHATHAM AGENDA: COFFEE, BISCUITS AND BALANCING GOALS 
CHATHAM SCHOOL BOARD WANTS *15 MILLION BOND VOTE 
TREATMENT SYSTEM ALLOCATIONS UNCERTAIN 
BOND WOULD RAZE, THEN REBUILD BONLEE 
CHATHAM PASSES *15 MILLION BOND 

CHATHAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY JAIL 
20 ARRESTED IN CHATHAM CRACK BUST 

CHATHAM RECORD (NEWSPAPER) 

COUPLE BRINGS LIBEL SUIT AGAINST CHATHAM PAPER 
PUBLICATION BAN ASKED IN RECORD SUIT 
RECORD ASKS COURT TO DISMISS LIBEL SUIT 

CHEATING (IN SCHOOL AND COLLEGE) 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SPORTS, SCANDALS 
NCAA OFFICIAL DEFENDS COLLEGE ATHLETICS' IMAGE 
EDUCATORS: DURHAM SCHOOLS DON'T 'FUDGE' ON EXAMINATIONS 
SCHOOL OFFICIALS SAY TESTS GIVEN HONESTLY 

CHECK FRAUD 
SEE BAD CHECKS 

CHECK ONE (BILL PAYING SERVICE) 

'BILL PAYING SERVICE GUARANTEED TO IMPROVE ANY MARRIAGE' 

CHECKS 

SEE ALSO BAD CHECKS 
BANKS CITE HEAVY LOBBY TRAFFIC IN DENYING CHECK-CASHING SERVICE 
IF THE BANKS TURN YOU DOWN, DAVID BEASLEY PROBABLY WON'T 

CHEERLEADERS 

SEE ALSO DALLAS COWBOYS CHEERLEADER SQUAD 
SIS-BOOM-BAH; SPORT OF CHEERLEADING MORE THAN SIDELINE ART 
GAME BENEFITS RONALD MCDONALD HOMES 

HOOPLA FOR DUKE; Z-rtAN IS A MAJOR PRACTITIONER OF DUKE DEVILIRIUM 
SOUTHERN CHEERLEADERS ATTEND CAMP 
AWARD-WINNING CHEERLEADERS AT WORK 
4 SQUADS TAKE CHEERLEAIUNG CHAMPIONSHIPS 

CHEESE 

LOW-FAT CHEESES BECOMING DIETERS' DELIGHTS 

CHEFS 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
CHEF WRITES A BOOK TO FEED THE HUNGRY 

OPULENCE DEFINED: BILTMORE ESTATE WILL HOLD SOME VERY SPECIAL DINING 
A BENEFIT DINNER TO BE CATERED BY OUR BEST CHEFS 
CHEFS' GROUP HONORS HAYNES 

CHEF'S CHOICE (COLLECTION OF RECIPES FROM AREA RESTAURANT CHEFS) 
LIGHT BRUNCH HAS PUNCH 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



10/26/1989 
10/26/1989 
11/03/1989 
11/06/1989 
CHH 1 11/08/1989 
CHH 1 11/09/1989 
CHH 1 11/11/1989 



N M25 
E 

N M2S 
N M2S 
N M25 
N M2S 
E 



CHH 1 12/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/06/1989 A 



3 N M70 
3 N M70 
1 N M25 



CHH 1 9/08/1989 A 3 N M25 



CHH 1 1/27/1989 
CHH 1 6/28/1989 
CHH 1 12/01/1989 
CHH 1 12/01/1989 
CHH 1 12/06/1989 



N M2S 
N M25 
N M70 
N M70 
N M2S 



CHH 1 2/22/1989 A 1 N M70 



CHH 1 10/10/1989 A 3 N M25 
CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 3 N M25 
CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 3 N M25 



H 2 2/07/1989 A 1 P N N36 
S 2 9/19/1989 A 1 N E33 
H 2 9/21/1989 C 16 N 



H 2 2/19/1989 D 6 P N C47 



6/13/1989 C 
7/02/1989 B 



1 P N C47 
1 P N S69 



CHH 1 



2/13/1989 A 
2/16/1989 C 
4/01/1989 A 
8/08/1989 B 
8/19/1989 B 
10/24/1989 B 



N C62 
N H6S 
N N36 
N S76 
U T44 
A A76 



S 2 5/03/1989 C 1 P F G59 



H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

S 



2/23/1989 B 
4/12/1989 B 
4/19/1989 B 
5/26/1989 C 
11/19/1989 B 
12/20/1989 B 



F Zll 
F Zll 
N Zll 
N 
A 
F G59 



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CHEM-NUCLEAR SYSTEMS, INC. _.,___,_.. 

SEE ALSO NU CLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL AKD CTCKAGE ^^ pTTr 
PREFERRED BIDDER CHOSEN FOR LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITE 

BILL WOULD PREVENT STATE FROM DOING BUSINESS WITH FELONS 

ENVIRONMENTALISTS PROTEST SELECTION OF CHEM-NUCLEAR TO RUN WASTE SITE 
RADIOACTIVE WASTE DATA CONTRADICTED _ 
WAKE-CHATHAM TRACT TAPPED AS POSSIBLE N-WASTE SITE 
HACKNEY SAYS HE'LL OPPOSE WASTE DUMP 
TIME TO PAY THE PIPER 

TWO NUKE SITES UNSUnABLE-WILLHOIT 

CP&L FINDS IT OWNS 43X OF LAND EYED FOR WASTE FACILITY 

CHEM-NUCLEAR OFFERS TO ANSWER WASTE SITE QUERIES _ 

CHATHAM REQUESTS LEGISLATORS TO DELAY WASTE SITE CHOICE 

REACTIONS MIXED ON WASTE ISSUE 

HOSTS GET BENEFITS 

SHEARON HARRIS SITE MAKES SENSE, WAKE COUNTY OFFICIAL SAYS 

CHEM-NUCLEAR DEFENDS ENVIRONMENTAL RECORD 

RECORD CLEAN AT BARNWELL SITE, COMPANY, STATE OFFICIALS SAY 

HACKNEY SEEKS DATA ON SITING OF WASTE FACILITY 

CHATHAM BOARD ADVOCATES WASTE SITE PROTECTIONS 

DRILLING SUGGESTS WASTE SITE SUITABLE 

CONTRACT OUTLINES DUMP FUNDING 

CHEMICAL FIRES 

FLUSHING AWAY THE DANGER _. 

CHEMICAL FIRE AT UNC BURNS FOR TWO HOURS 

OFFICIALS UNCERTAIN OF UNC FIRE CAUSE „ , , 

CHEMICAL REACTION SUSPECTED IN TUESDAY VENABLE HALL FIRE 
LOCATION, NO CAUSE DETERMINED IN BLAZE 

FTC VRBH. !«B ^MSraSsE SIGN; AREA WAS 'IMPROPERLY LABELED' 
OFFICIALS STILL SEEK VENABLE FIRE CAUSE 



CHEMICAL INDUSTRY INSTITUTE OF TOXICOLOGY 

QUALITY OF SPERM HIGHER IN COLD WEATHER - 
7 PRIVATE INCINERATORS BURN NUCLEAR WASTE 
CHEMICAL INSTITUTE GETS PANEL'S KUDOS 



STUDY 



CHEMICAL SPILLS 

SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM FIRE DEPT., HAZARDOUS-RESPONSE TEAM 

SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 

SEE ALSO GAS LEAK 

SEE ALSO GASOLINE SPILLS 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, U.S. 

SEE ALSO OIL SPILLS 

SEE ALSO POISONINGS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO POISONINGS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO WATER POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO WATER QUALITY 

HYDROCHLORIC ACID LEAKS FROM TRUCK 

OIL LEAKS INTO WELL FROM TANK AT STORE 

DURHAM HIGH TEACHER LOSES SIGHT IN BLAST 

FUND SET UP TO HELP CHEMISTRY TEACHER 

DHS TEACHER MAY PAY HIGH COST FOR HEROISM 

TEACHER DESERVES CITATION _ „ ttt . 

ATTOPJCY SEEKS TO INTERVIEW EX-WORKERS AT FORMER GE SITE 

ADVERTISEMENT LINKED TO TESTS FOR CONTAMINATION 

CAUTIOUS APPROACH 

FIREFIGHTERS CONTROL LEAK FROM FALLEN PROPANE TANK 

SPILL OF UPHOLSTERY LIQUID INVESTIGATED IN GARRETT FARMS 

MITSUBISHI PRAISES EMERGENCY PERSONNEL 

TREATMENT CHEMICAL LEAKS FROM PLANT 

UNC EVACUATION 

CHEMICAL SPILL FORCES EVACUATION 

SOURCE OF FUMES NOT YET FOUND 

SOURCE OF FUMES NOT YET FOUND 

FUMES BLAMED ON STREET VACUUM 



H 

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H 

CKH 

H 



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 



6/30/1989 A 
7/02/1989 B 
7/06/1989 A 
9/26/1989 
11/09/1989 
11/09/1989 
11/10/1989 
11/16/1989 
11/21/1989 
11/24/1989 
12/05/1989 
12/08/1989 
12/08/1989 
12/10/1989 
12/16/1989 
12/16/1989 
12/16/1989 
12/20/1989 
12/29/1989 
12/30/1989 



10 
11 
10 
3 
1 
1 
4 
3 
3 
1 
1 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 



M25 
L40 
M25 

M25 
M25 

M25 
M25 
N25 
M25 
M25 
M25 
M25 
M25 
M25 
M25 
M25 



H 2 

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



9/06/1989 
9/06/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/08/1989 
9/09/1989 
9/26/1989 
9/26/1989 



P L38 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N 

N M20 
N M70 



H 2 1/14/1989 C 1 N K65 
H 2 6/25/1989 A 1 M N K65 
H 2 9/15/1989 C 1 N K65 



H 
H 
H 

H 
S 
H 
S 

H 

CHH 

S 

H 
H 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



1/11/1989 C 

1/15/1989 B 

2/02/1989 A 

2/03/1989 

2/04/1989 

2/08/1989 

2/23/1989 

2/24/1989 

3/14/1989 

3/31/1989 . 

4/03/1989 B 

6/14/1989 C 

7/04/1989 

7/11/1989 

7/11/1989 

8/04/1989 

8/04/1989 

8/05/1989 



N S73 
N P41 
N J40 
N J40 
E 
E 

N B53 
N 

P T44 
N B53 
N 

N K51 
N D38 
P L38 
N C62 
N M70 
N C62 
N M70 



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SUBJECTS 



BUILDING EMPTIED AFTER SOLVENT SPILL 

CHEMICAL SPILLS AT PITTSBORO WATER PLANT 

STATE OFFICIALS PLEASED WITH CHEMICAL SPILL CLEANUP 

THREE MITSUBISHI EMPLOYEES HURT IN CHEMICAL SPILL 

3 MITSUBISHI EMPLOYEES INJURED 

MITSUBISHI TRIO OK AFTER LINE LEAK 

3 MITSUBISHI EMPLOYEES RELEASED AFTER TREATMENT 

EMERGENCY COMMITTEE PLANS HOCK CHEMICAL SPILL AND FIRE 

CHEMICALS SPILLED NEAR LOAD AREA 

GROUD WATER FOUND TAINTED BY DUKE DUMP 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES DRUG CHARGES 

DUKE CANDIDNESS WELCOME 

DURHAM'S 'SPILL PATROL' SEES IT ALL 

CHEMICAL WARFARE 

SEE ALSO BIOLOGICAL WARFARE 

SEE ALSO SOV IET UN ION, CHEMICAL WARFARE 

A MAJOR DIFFERENCE IN LIBYA 

USSR TAKES THE LEAD 

"THE POOR MAN'S NUCLEAR WEAPON" i "THE RICH MAN'S..." (CARTOON) 

MORE THAN HANDSHAKE NEEDED 

CHEMICALS 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 
SEE ALSO N.C. INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTS 
SEE ALSO UNIONS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO UNIONS, U.S. 

DURHAM COUGHS UP TONS OF TOXINS 

REGULATION OF TOXIC EMISSIONS URGED; ADVOCACY GROUP UNVEILS RESULTS... 

CHEMICAL ANALYSIS METHOD LAUDED 

CHEMOTHERAPY 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
BURROUGHS, GLAXO TO MARKET 2 DRUGS 

CHEMTRONICS INC. 

WARHEAD MANUFACTURING REPLACING CHEMICAL PRODUCTION 

CHENILLE SISTERS 

CHENILLE SISTERS BRING OFFBEAT ACT TO ARTSCENTER 

CHENILLE SISTERS' SONGS, COMEDY CAPTURE CROWD AT ARTSCENTER 

CHEROKEE INDIANS 

SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C. 
CHEROKEE BASKETMAKER TO GIVE DEMONSTRATIONS 
PETA HEAVY-HANDED IN CHEROKEE 

CHEROKEE SANFORD GROUP, DC. 
N.C. BUSINESS BRIEFLY 

THE CHERRY ORCHARD (PLAY) 

PLAYMAKERS SEEKING JUST THE RIGHT BEAGLE 

'THE CHERRY ORCHARD' ; PRP PRODUCTION SEEKS TO REVEAL CHEKHOV'S... HUMOR 

ACTOR ON A ROLE: 'IT'S A CHALLENGE' 

DOOLEY DELIGHTS IN DISGUISES 

'CHERRY ORCHARD' IS NEITHER GOOD NOR BAD ENOUGH 

RIPE 'CHERRY ORCHARD' 

CHERRY POINT MARINE CORPS AIR STATION 
SEE ALSO U.S. MARINE CORPS 
STATE SENATORS GET TOUR OF CAMP LEJUENE AND CHERRY POINT 

CHESAPEAKE BAY 

NEWEST BOOK IN DUKE 'SHORE' SERIES CITES CHESAPEAKE WOES 

CHESS 

SEE ALSO GAMES 
8-YEAR-OLD CAPTURES TALL CHESS TROPHY 



S 
E 
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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



8/05/1989 A 

8/12/1989 A 

8/15/1989 A 

8/17/1989 C 

8/17/1989 D 

8/17/1989 B 

8/18/1989 A 

10/17/1989 A 

11/01/1989 A 

11/15/1989 A 

11/16/1989 C 

12/02/1989 A 

12/11/1989 A 



3 
1 
1 
1 
9 
1 

16 
3 
3 
1 
1 
4 
1 



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L P BYL 

N 

N M25 
N M25 
N M51 
P T32 
N B53 
N 

N B53 
N 

N N36 
N M51 
E 
N B53 



H 2 1/07/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 1/10/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 1/15/1989 D 4 T T C50 

H 2 8/19/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 2/19/1989 A 
H 2 2/28/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/16/1989 A 



1 CN C60 
1 C N C60 
9 N 



S 2 12/14/1989 A 1 N 
H 2 2/12/1989 BUN 



H 2 1/19/1989 B 1 P R M60 
H 2 1/21/1989 B 5 R M60 



S 2 6/30/1989 A 8 P N 
CHH 1 9/10/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 1/24/1989 A 10 N 



CHH 1 8/22/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 9/07/1989 A 5 P F 

H 2 9/14/1989 B 1 P F W66 

S 2 9/14/1989 D 3 P F B71 

H 2 9/19/1989 A 7 R M31 

S 2 9/21/1989 D 5 R 



H 2 5/25/1989 B 4 N 
S 2 1/28/1989 C 1 P N 

H 2 5/08/1989 A 11 P N T37 



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CHESSON GROUP BEGINS AREA COMMERCIAL CENTER 
NEIGHBORHOOD SPECIALTY CENTER 

CHESTNUT OAKS SUBDIVISION 

WATERSHED REVISION PONDERED 

CHESTNUT RIDGE CHURCH 

EFLAND CHURCH AWARDED ♦17,000 GRANT 

CHESWICK SUBDIVISION (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

RULES TO BLAME FOR HOME COSTS, DEVELOPER SAYS 

CHEWING TOBACCO 

"CHAW" NOT ONLY CULPRIT IN MOUTH CANCER 

CHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
READY FOR RAMESSES 

CONFEDERATE FLAO LAWSUIT MAY SETTLE OUT OF COURT 
SCHOOL BOARD SETTLES CONFEDERATE FLAG SUIT OUT OF COURT 
REBEL FLAG SETTLEMENT CLEARS FILES 
FLAG SUn SETTLEMENT A REASONED APPROACH 

CHEWNING PRINCIPAL LIFTS BAN ON CONFEDERATE FLAG „, „ 

A CONCRETE IDEA/CHEWNING CLASS BUILDS WALK FOR DISABLED STUDENTS... 
TIME FOR SOME RESPECT 
INTO AFRICA 

CHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS 

'NATURAL' RIVALS MEET IN CONTEST SERIES 

CHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASEBALL 

CHEWNING HOLDS OFF JORDAN IN MIDDLE SCHOOL BASEBALL 

CHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL miTi 

CARRINGTON COUGARS CLAW THEIR WAY TO A WIN OVER CHEWNING RED DEVILS 

CHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

ADD CHEWNING TO DURHAM'S PASSING FOOTBALL TEAMS 

CHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SOCCER 
CARRINGTON CLIPS CHEWNING IN SOCCER 

CHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, TRACK 
CHEWNING TRACK TAKES 3RD STRAIGHT TITLE 
CARRINGTON BOYS CAPTURE 8TH TRACK CROWN 

CHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, WRESTLING 

CHEWNING DEFEATS GITHENS IN MEETINGS ON THE HAT 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 

WHICH DALEY WILL EMERGE? 

CHICAGO BEARS 

PROFESSIONAL SPORTS JOBS OFTEN SHORT-LIVED 

CHICAGO BULLS 

JORDAN INSPIRING BULLS' SUCCESS 

CHICAGO CUBS 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
CABLEVISION IN DURHAM IS DROPPING THE KETS FOR CUBBIES 
IN CHICAGO, »K' LEARNED THE CUBS' TRADITION 

THE CHICKEN (FORMERLY KNOWN AS KGB CHICKEN OF SAN DIEGO) 
THE CHICKEN IS A HAM 

CHICKEN BRIDGE 

CRANE COLLAPSES AT CHICKEN BRIDGE 
NCMH RELEASES BRIDGE MEN 
ON SCHEDULE AT CHICKEN BRIDGE 
CHICKEN BRIDGE IS FALLING DOWN... 



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

H 2 9/01/1989 C 4 N 
H 2 12/17/1989 F 1 P P T37 



CHH 1 12/29/1989 A 3 P N M20 

CHH 1 1/15/1989 A 5 N 

CHH 1 2/19/1989 A 1 P N S17 

CHH 1 11/20/1989 A 10 N 



H 2 1/21/1989 B 5 P P S76 

S 2 8/15/1989 A 1 N S92 

H 2 8/18/1989 C 1 N C47 

S 2 8/18/1989 A 1 P N S92 

S 2 8/21/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 11/14/1989 A 1 N Yll 

S 2 11/17/1989 C 1 P N Yll 

H 2 11/18/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 12/02/1989 B 1 P N Yll 



S 2 5/23/1989 B 5 P N A76 

S 2 5/16/1989 B 4 P U A76 

S 2 2/14/1989 B 5 P N A76 

S 2 11/14/1989 D 4 P N A76 

S 2 10/10/1989 D 1 P N A76 



S 2 5/30/1989 D 5 P N A76 
S 2 6/13/1989 C 4 N A76 



S 2 2/07/1989 D 4 P N A76 

S 2 4/06/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 8/23/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 2/10/1989 B 1 P U M14 



H 2 6/22/1989 B 6 N 
H 2 10/04/1989 C 2 P U BB8 



CHH 1 7/31/1989 A 10 P P L38 



CHH 1 2/17/1989 A 1 P N H25 

CHH 1 2/18/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 7/25/1989 A 3 P N M25 

CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 3 P N K25 



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CHICKEN POX 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, DISEASES 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
CHICKEN POX STILL PUZZLING TO DOCTORS 

CHICKEN SALAD 

CHICKEN SALAD GETS GOURMET TREATMENT 

CHICKENS 

SEE ALSO POULTRY INDUSTRY 
NEAR DOWNTOWN DURHAM, YOU CAN HEAR THOSE ROOSTERS CROW 

CHILD ABUSE. CHATHAM COUNTY 

CONFIRMED CHILD ABUSE UP 119X IN CHATHAM 

CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BATTERED WOMEN 

SEE ALSO CHILD MOLESTATION 

SEE ALSO CHILD NEGLECT 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, MURDER 

SEE ALSO COORDINATING COUNCIL AGAINST CHILD VICTIMIZATION 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO GUARDIAN AD LITEM PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 

SEE ALSO MURDER, U.S. 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., CORPORAL PUNISHMENT 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN ARRESTED FOR CHILD ABUSE 

CHILD PROTECTION WOE PROMPTS SOCIAL SERVICES TO ENGAGE CONSULTANTS 

SOCIAL SERVICES, JUDGE LABARRE SQUARE OFF TODAY 

JUDGE REFUSES SOCIAL SERVICES REQUEST THAT HE REMOVE HIMSELF FROM... 

JUDGE REJECTS ACCUSATIONS HE IS BIASED AGAINST COUNTY AGENCY 

PUPPETS WITH A MESSAGE 

CHILD-ABUSE REPORTS RISE 

•OFFICER TEDDY' HELPING EASE CHILDREN'S PAIN 

CHILD-ABUSE PROBLEM NEEDS RENEWED FOCUS 

WAY CLEARED FOR JURY TRIAL IN CHILD-NEGLIGENCE LAWSUIT 

JUDICIAL TIFF DOESN'T SERVE DURHAM WELL 

16 LAWYERS BACK GRAND JURY PROBE OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

FOR MOLESTING NIECE. HAN GETS 15 YEARS 

TASK FORCE CITES ABUSED YOUTHS' NEEDS 

JUICE ASKS SBI TO PROBE DURHAM SOCIAL SERVICES 

CHILD-ABUSE CONSULTANTS TO VISIT DURHAM AGENCIES 

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

HUDGINS WELCOMES CHILD-ABUSE PROBE 

JUDGES WISELY SETTLE SPAT OVER ABUSE CASES 

SOCIAL SERVICES BOARD SUPPORTS CHILDREN'S BILLS 

COUNTY BOARD FAVORS BILLS ON CHILDREN 

CHILD ABUSE REACTION PROBLEMS NOT UNIQUE TO COUNTY — REPORT 

COUNTY TO REVAMP CHILD-PROTECTION SERVICES 

CULTURAL DIFFERENCES EXCUSE CHALLENGED IN CHILD NEGLECT REPORTING 

CULTURAL BIAS PHONY ISSUE IN CHILD-ABUSE REPORTING 

SOCIAL WORKERS 'TARRED AND FEATHERED,' DEFENSE LAWYER CLAIMS 

SOCIAL SERVICES DIRECTOR DENIED CHANGE-OF-VENUE REQUEST IN LAWSUIT TRIAL 

DURHAM JUDGE WANTS TRIAL TO PROCEED AS SCHEDULED 

TRIAL TO BEGIN IN CHILD-WELFARE NEGLIGENCE SUIT 

SUIT AGAINST SOCIAL SERVICES OFFICIALS GOES BEHIND DOORS 

SUIT AGAINST SOCIAL SERVICES REPORTEDLY REACHES SETTLEMENT 

LAWYERS IN NEGLIGENCE SUIT WILL RETURN TO COURT 

COUNTY SETTLES IN CHILD ABUSE CASE 

ABUSED CHILD SUIT SETTLEMENT: $100,000 OVER NEXT 26 YEARS 

ANNUITY EASES STING OF LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT 

SUIT SETTLEMENT SATISFIES COUNTY OFFICIALS 

12-YEAR-OLD RECIPIENT OF LAWSUIT 'DOING FflETTY GOOD' IN IOWA 

GUILT CHISELED IN STONE? 

DEPARTMENT REVAMPING CHILD-ABUSE UNIT 

POLICE LOG/OFFICERS SAY BURGLAR CAUGHT LEAVING HOUSE BY WINDOW 

BABY-SHAKING FATHER GETS 5-YEAR TERM 



S 2 11/18/1989 C 


1 N 


S 2 7/19/1989 C 


1 P F G59 


H 2 9/17/1989 B 


1 U N36 


CHH 1 10/16/1989 A 


3 N M25 



CHH 1 



1/20/1989 A 
1/26/1989 C 
2/27/1989 A 
2/28/1989 A 
2/28/1989 C 
3/12/1989 B 
3/13/1989 A 
3/14/1989 C 
3/18/1989 A 
3/20/1989 B 
3/29/1989 A 
4/07/1989 
4/12/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/22/1989 
4/22/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/27/1989 
4/27/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/15/1989 
7/05/1989 
7/21/1989 
7/25/1989 B 
7/25/1989 C 
8/28/1989 B 
8/29/1989 C 
8/30/1989 C 
8/30/1989 B 
8/31/1989 A 
9/01/1989 C 
9/01/1989 C 
9/02/1989 C 
9/04/1989 B 
9/18/1989 A 
10/03/1989 C 
10/17/1989 C 
10/27/1989 C 



N 

N A54 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
P K30 
N M06 
N 
E 

N S82 
E 

N S82 
N 

N B53 
N B53 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
E 

N A54 
N H65 
N C60 
N H65 
N C60 
L 

N S82 
N SB2 
N B53 
N S82 
N 
N 

N B53 
N B53 
N 582 
N B53 
N H65 
N S82 
L 

N H65 
N M51 
N S82 



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JUDGE SENTENCES DURHAM WW TO 5 YEARS IN CHILD ABUSE CASE 
POLICE LOG/CRIMESTOPPERS TIP SUCCESSFUL 

CHILD-ABUSE CASES NEED MORE WORKERS 

CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO AT-RISK CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO BATTERED WOKEN 

SEE ALSO CHILD NEGLECT 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO MURDER, U.S. 
$11.8 MILLION SOUGHT TO HANDLE INCREASING CHILD ABUSE CASES 
OFFICIALS SAY CHILD ABUSE CASES RISING 
PEDIATRIC SPECIALIST SAYS BOY WHO DIED WAS VICTIM OF ABUSE 
BILL WOULD LET COURTS REMOVE CHILDREN WHEN OTHERS ARE VICTIMS 
CHILD ADVOCATES SAY LEGISLATURE NOT GIVING ENOUGH 
HOUSE COMMITTEE OKS ABUSED CHILD PROGRAM FUNDING 
WOMEN, CHILDREN FOCUS OF 4 FORUMS 
ALAMANCE WOMAN CONVICTED IN WATER DEATH OF SON _ 
EDENTON ROCKED BY CHARGES OF DAY-CARE CHILD ABUSE 

CHILD ABUSE, ORANGE, COUNTY 

RAPE, ABUSE REPORTS UP 14 PERCENT _ 

BILL COULD GIVE COUNTY TWO MORE WORKERS TO FIGHT CHILD ABUSE 
MAN SENTENCED ON INDECENT LIBERTIES CHARGE 

CHILD ABUSE REPORTS UP . 

EXPERTS SEE RISE IN ABUSE REFERRALS 

CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 

SEE ALSO BATTERED WOMEN 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD MOLESTATION 
SEE ALSO CHILD NEGLECT 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, MURDER 
SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 
SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 
SEE ALSO MURDER, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

STEINBERG CASE OFFERS NO SENSE OF SATISFACTION 

THE SILENT SCREAMS 

LET'S HAVE LAP-TOP SUMMIT 

CHILD ACTORS AND ACTRESSES 
SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 
TEEN-AGER PLAYS TEEN-AGER 
LITTLEST THEATERS; PLAY'S THE THING FOR YOUNG TRIANGLE ACTORS 

CHILD ADVOCACY 

SEE ALSO N.C. CHILD ADVOCACY INSTITUTE 
N.C. CHILD ADVOCATES PLANNING TO LOBBY 

CHILD ADVOCACY COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO PARENT-TO-PARENT PROJECT 
NEW OFFICERS (CORRECTION PRINTED 1-31-89) 
AGENCY INCORRECTLY IDENTIFIED 

MENTAL RETARDATION SERVICE AWARDS GIVEN miviT ^ ^ 
CHILD COMMISSION HOPES SHOW FILLS GAP FROM STATE FUNDS CUT 
ADVOCATES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN UNITE 

CHILD CARE 

SEE ALSO AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO DURHAM DAY CARE COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO LATCHKEY CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO N.C. DAY CARE ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO RESPITE CARE 

SYMPOSIUM FOCUSES ON ISSUES AFFECTING CHILDREN 

YOUNG CHILDREN FOCUS OF INSTITUTE 



D — DATE- 



S 
E 

C -PG 



S 2 10/27/1989 B 8 
H 2 11/22/1989 C 1 
S 2 12/01/1989 A 1 



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N 

N MSI 
N H65 



H 2 2/11/1989 B 


4 N 


H 2 3/13/1989 B 


1 N 


H 1 5/19/1989 C 


N 


S 2 6/13/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 2 7/09/1989 B 


9 N 


CHH 1 7/28/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 10/10/1989 A 


3 N S17 


H 2 10/31/1989 A 


1 N 


H 2 12/17/1989 B 


1 P N 


CHH 1 1/10/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 3/14/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 4/01/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 10/15/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 12/22/1989 A 


1 N H90 



S 2 3/28/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 4/23/1989 D 4 E 
H 2 9/27/1989 A 4 E 



3/30/1989 D 
8/13/1989 E 



1/28/1989 A 
1/31/1989 A 
5/20/1989 C 
7/01/1989 C 
11/30/1989 B 



3 P F B71 
1 P F Zll 



H 2 4/21/1989 A 8 N 



5 P P S73 
7 N 
5 N Bll 

1 P N S92 

2 D N S27 



2 2/09/1989 A 12 
2 2/22/1989 B 1 



N 
P F S27 



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SEE ALSO ADULT DAY CARE 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, CHILD CARE 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, CHILD CARE 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO DAY CARE SERVICES ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. , CHILD CARE CENTERS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, AFTER-SCHOOL CARE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM DAY CARE COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM NURSERY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO EVERGREEN DEVELOPMENTAL DAY CARE CENTER 

SEE ALSO FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (DURHAM), CHILD CARE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO KIDSCOPE 

SEE ALSO N.C. DAY CARE ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE, CHILD CARE 

SEE ALSO VICTORY VILLAGE DAY CARE CENTER 

SEE ALSO UELDON TERRACE DAYCARE 

MECKLENBURG FUNDED FOR DAY CARE EXPERIMENT 

NEW REPORT! STATE LAGS ON DAY-CARE SPACES 

STUDY CITES CHILD CARE NEEDS (CORRECTION PRINTED 1-11-89) 

CORRECTIONS 

HARDIN ADDRESSES UNC CHILD-CARE SHORTAGES 

LOW PAY BLAMED FOR CHILD CARE DEFICIT 

REPORT: TOWN'S PROBLEMS TOPPED BY DAY CARE NEEDS 

ART OF MAILING 

AFTER-SCHOOL CARE! A PROBLEM OF LOGISTICS 

CARRBORO PROGRAM TAKES AIM AT LACK OF PART-TIME CHILD CARE 

DAY-CARE CHICKEN HAS COME HOME TO ROOST IN N.C. 

SOCIAL SERVICES' SCHOOL FOR DAY-CARE OPERATORS HAS NINE STUDENTS 

CONSULTANT: HOSPITALS TAKING LEAD IN PROVIDING CHILD CARE 

DAY CARE IS 3-EDGED SWORD 

PETITION SEEKS FUNDS FOR DAY CARE CENTER 

PANEL ADVANCES DAY-CARE CENTER ANTI-SPANKING BILL 

DAY-CARE ENVIRONMENT IMPORTANT 

♦THIS PLACE HAS A LOT OF HISTORY»i_CHILD CARE PROGRAM FACING DEADLINE 

SUPPLY AND DEMAND... UNEQUAL IN TERMS OF DAY CARE 

CHILD CARE SERIES GETS $50,000 GRANT 

BILL TO REPEAL DAY-CARE SPANKING BAN ADVANCES 

OPPONENTS DELAY VOTE ON ALLOWING DAY-CARE SPANKINGS 

STATE LOOKS BACKWARD ON DAY-CARE SPANKING 

HOUSE OKS DAY-CARE SPANKING BILL 

HOUSE VOTES TO ALLOW SPANKINGS IN CHURCH-RUN DAY-CARE CENTERS 

ROUND-THE-CLOCK DAY CARE COMES TO DURHAM 

XIH DAY-CARE PROGRAM CELEBRATES FIRST YEAR 

PROGRAM HELPS MOTHERS BECOME DAY-CARE OPERATORS 

WOMAN SHOT AT NURSERY 

AVOID CHILD-CARE "GUILT", FRIDAY SAYS 

PANEL SHOULDN'T TOUCH DAY-CARE SPANKING BAN 

DOLE! FEDERAL GOVERNMENT NEEDS A CHILD-CARE POLICY 

SEEK SOLUTIONS TO CHILD CARE NEEDS IN WORKPLACE, DURHAM GROUP TOLD 

EDENTON ROCKED BY CHARGES OF DAY-CARE CHILD ABUSE 

FUND-RAISING CAMPAIGN TARGETS DAY CARE FOR 28 KIDS IN NEED 

BARNES GETS SERVICE AWARD 

CHILD CARE CENTERS, CHURCH OPERATED 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 
SEE ALSO CHURCHES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PRIVATE SCHOOLS 
SPANKING SUn DEAL THREATENS CHILDREN 

CHILD CARE CENTERS, LICENSING REQUIREMENTS 
SEE ALSO N.C. CHILD DAY CARE COMMISSION 
SPEAKERS CALL FOR MORE DAY CARE SAFETY 

THOUGHTS ON CHILD CARE; FORUM SPEAKERS URGE PARENTS TO BE INVOLVED 
SPANKING SUIT DEAL THREATENS CHILDREN 
CHILDREN SHOULD COME FIRST IN DAY-CARE RULES 

CHILD CARE NETWORKS, INC. 

CARRBORO PROGRAM TAKES AIM AT LACK OF PART-TIME CHILD CARE 

GRANT WILL HELP CHILD CARE PROVIDERS 

UNC, CHILD CARE NETWORKS FINALIZE CONTRACT 



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



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



1/01/1989 C 
1/09/1989 B 
1/10/1989 A 
1/11/1989 
1/21/1989 
1/29/1989 
2/12/1989 
2/20/1989 
2/27/1989 
2/27/1989 
3/06/1989 
3/17/1989 
3/21/1989 
3/21/1989 
4/03/1989 
5/03/1989 
5/09/1989 
5/30/1989 
A/03/1989 
6/16/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/08/1989 
7/08/1989 
7/12/1989 
7/13/1989 B 
7/18/1989 B 
8/18/1989 A 
9/13/1989 B 
9/20/1989 A 
11/11/1989 A 
11/18/1989 A 
12/07/1989 A 
12/08/1989 A 
12/17/1989 B 
12/17/1989 A 
12/22/1989 A 



3 
1 
3 
2 
2 
3 
1 
7 
3 
3 
5 
1 
1 
5 
1 
9 
6 
3 
3 
3 
10 
6 
4 
4 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 
3 
4 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 



S27 



N 

N 

NS17 

N 

NS17 

N S17 

N M70 

P T32 

N C62 

N 

J Oil 

N A54 

NC60 

J Oil 

N L90 

N 

F 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

F S27 

N H90 

N H65 

N H90 

N 

E 

N E33 

N C60 

N 

N M20 

N 



S 2 9/15/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 4/25/1989 A 3 N C62 

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

S 2 9/15/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 12/16/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 2/27/1989 A 3 P N 
CHH 1 6/05/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 8/26/1989 A 3 P N 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



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CHILD CARE NETWORKS MAY EXPAND EFT CRTS 

CHILD CUSTODY 
SEE ALSO DIVORCE 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 
SEE ALSO FATHERS FOR EQUAL RIGHTS 
SEE ALSO IN THEIR BEST INTERESTS 
SEE ALSO MOTHERS WITHOUT CUSTODY _ 

MEDIATION MAY LESSEN HOSTILITY IN CUSTODY DISPUTES 

A PEACE-MAKER IN THE MIDST OF DIVORCE BATTLES/SUNDAY FOCUS CHILD CUSTODY 

JUDGES WANT THE PARENTS TO MAKE DECISION ABOUT CHILDREN/SUNDAY FOCUS 

GROUPS FIGHTING FOR CHILD CUSTODY CHANGES 

CHANGE WAY CUSTODY DISPUTES ARE HANDLED 

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 

CUSTODY RIGHTS UNCLEAR IN CARRBORO PRESCHOOL CASE 

AISTROP WON'T BE CHARGED, OFFICER SAYS 

JUDGE LIFTS RESTRICTION IN CUSTODY CASE 

DA CANDIDATE, EX-WIFE AT ODDS ON CHILD'S CUSTODY 

CHILD DAY-CARE LICENSING COMMISSION 
SEE N.C. CHILD DAY CARE COMMISSION 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO FRANK PORTER GRAHAM CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL BLACK CHILD DEVELOPMENT WEEK 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CHILD DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE 
TOLL-FREE HOTLINE OFFERING COMMUNICATION ALTERNATIVES 

CHILD IDENTIFICATION PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO CHILD SAFETY 
SEE ALSO MISSING CHILDREN 
PRINTS FOR LIFE 

CHILD MOLESTATION 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

CONVICTED RAPIST FACES 3 CHARGES 

CHARGES DROPPED IN RAPE CASE 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN INDICTED FOR SEX ABUSE 

POLICE LOG/NAN ACCUSED OF INDECENT LIBERTIES 

RAPE, ABUSE REPORTS UP 14 PERCENT 

RALEIGH MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTIN6 9-YEAR-OLD 

FLAMBOYANT PREACHER IN PRISON AFTER CAREER OF SEXUAL MOLESTATION 

LAWSUIT NAMES CITY SCHOOL BOARD, FORMER TEACHER 

GIRL, 15, SUES SCHOOLS IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASE 

JURORS TO BEGIN DELIBERATIONS IN RAPE CASE ___ , Tr>m „„ 

MAN ACQUITTED OF RAPE, BUT GETS THREE YEARS FOR INDECENT LIBERTIES 

MAN SENTENCED ON INDECENT LIBERTIES CHARGE 

HAN GETS 12-YEAR TERM FOR RAPE 

DEPUTIES ARREST MAN FOR BURGLARY, ASSAULT 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN, SEXUAL ASSAULT 

YOUTH SENTENCED FOR MOLESTING GIRL 

FOR MOLESTING NIECE, MAN GETS 15 YEARS 

MOTHER SUES OWN SON 

POLICE LOG/MAN HELD FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT 

CHILD-ABUSE CONSULTANTS TO VISIT DURHAM AGENCIES 

JUVENILE RAPED ON ROSEMARY 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ASSAULT 

MAN GUILTY OF SEX CRIMES AGAINST MINOR 

SEX ABUSE SENTENCE TO BE CONSIDERED 

MOLESTER JAILED DESPITE DOCTOR'S PLEA 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS _ 

SEXUAL ABUSES SECRET TRAUMA ROBS CHILD OF CHILDHOOD 

SEXUAL ABUSE IS AN ABUSE OF POWER, NOT SEX 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES SEX ASSAULT CHARGE 



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P D — DATE- 


S I T 
E L Y 

- C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 3 N M25 



S 2 

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



1/18/1989 B 

4/16/1989 A 

4/16/1989 

4/16/1989 

4/26/1989 

7/21/1989 

8/01/1989 

8/04/1989 

9/07/1989 

10/11/1989 

10/12/1989 

10/13/1989 

11/25/1989 



F S27 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
L 

N H90 
N D38 
N H90 
N H90 
N M70 
N M70 
N H90 
N B53 



CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 10 N 



CHH 1 1/10/1989 A 1 P P T44 



H 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 



CHH 1 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

S 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



1/04/1989 C 

1/04/1989 A 

1/06/1989 A 

1/06/1989 A 

1/10/1989 A 

1/21/1989 B 

1/30/1989 B 

3/07/1989 C 

3/08/1989 

3/30/1989 

3/31/1989 

4/01/1989 

4/04/1989 

4/04/1989 .. 

4/05/1989 B 

4/12/1989 C 

4/12/1989 

4/20/1989 

4/20/1989 

4/21/1989 

5/19/1989 

6/03/1989 

7/04/1989 

7/07/1989 

7/08/1989 

7/17/1989 

8/07/1989 

8/14/1989 

8/17/1989 



4 
3 
3 
9 
1 
7 
1 
1 
4 
2 
9 
3 
12 
1 
5 
2 
5 
1 
2 
8 
1 
5 
3 
3 
3 
9 
5 
5 
5 



N 

N H90 

N H90 

N 

N S17 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S82 

N S69 

N H90 

N 

N B53 

N 

N S82 

N 

N R63 

N 

N B53 

N M70 

N 

N 

N 

N H90 

N 

U 

U 

N 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJE 



PAST DICTATES FUTURE FOR SEXUALLY ABUSED CHILD 

INDECENT-LIBERTY INDICTMENTS ISSUED BY DURHAM GRAND JURY 

HAN'S PLEA BARGAIN ACCEPTED IN RAPE OF 6-YEAR-OLD GIRL 

GRAND JURY INDICTS HAN ON SEX CHARGES 

COURT OF APPEALS UPHOLDS JUDGE'S BARRING OF EVIDENCE IN HOUL CASE 

POLICE LOG/POLICE HIT WITH ROCKS, BOTTLES BEFORE DISTURBANCE QUELLED 

CORRECTION 

LEGAL GAMBLE GETS SEX DEFENDANT 60 YEARS 

15-YEAR TERM IN CHILD RAPE 

TEEN PLEADS GUILTY TO SEX ACTS 

FOUR HORE MEN SENTENCED FOR SEX CRIMES 

EXPERTS SEE RISE IN ABUSE REFERRALS 

POLICE LOG/POLICE HELP 12-YEAR-OLD CHANGE HOMES 

CHILD NEGLECT 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 

FATHER CHARGED WITH LEAVING 2-YEAR-OUO UNATTENDED IN CAR 
CULTURAL DIFFERENCES EXCUSE CHALLENGED IN CHILD NEGLECT REPORTING 

CHILD PORNOGRAPHY 

SEE ALSO DIAL-A-PORN 

SEE ALSO PORNOGRAPHY 
SENATE DELAYS CONFERENCE COmiTTEE ON DUI BILL 

CHILD PSYCHIATRY 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, SUICIDES 

<yp ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 
NOVEMBER TORNADOES STILL FELT BY CHILDREN IN WAKE 
PSYCHIATRIC TREATMENT FOR 3 YOUTHS COST COUNTY $66,000 
DUKE DOCTOR PINPOINTS, TREATS CHILDREN'S 'MANIC DEPRESSION' 
JUVENILES' COURT-ORDERED PSYCHIATRIC CARE COSTLY 
'SPECIAL NEEDS' MEANS SPECIAL CARE 
THERAPEUTIC PRESCHOOL PUTS YOUNGSTERS ON TARGET 

CHILD REARING 

SEE ALSO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO PROJECT ENLIGHTENMENT 

LET'S HAVE LAP-TOP SUMMIT 

ALTERNATIVES TO SPANKING URGED 

EXPERTS OFFER ADVICE ON CHILD REARING 

THE GUIDING ROD: RAISING KIDS TO THINK THEY MATTER 

CHILD RESTRAINT SEATS 
SEE ALSO SEAT BELTS 
RESEARCH SHOWS BUCKLING UP IS SAVING KIDS' LIVES 
MILLER LAUDS HIS CHILD SAFETY SEAT LAW 

POLICE, BRENDLE'S GIVING SAFETY SEAT 
CHILD SAFETY SEAT LAW IS DOING ITS JOB WELL 
DURHAM WOMAN WINS CHILD SAFETY SEAT 

CHILD SAFETY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO CHILD IDENTIFICATION PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO SAFETY 

SPEAKERS CALL FOR MORE DAY CARE SAFETY 

SAFETY BEGINS OFF THE BUS 

WATCH OJT FOR CHILDREN 

PARENTS ARE 1ST STEP IN MAKING SURE CHILD SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT 

BACK TO SCHOOLi STUDENTS, TEACHERS COPE WITH TRANSFERS, GROWTH 

CHILD SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN 
LAW INCREASES CHILD SUPPORT COLLECTIONS 
CHILD SUPPORT PAID FOR DEAD BABY 
MAN JAILED 44 DAYS WITHOUT BOND, HEARING 
SOCIAL SERVICES BOARD SUPPORTS CHILDREN'S BILLS 
COUNTY BOARD FAVORS BILLS ON CHILDREN 



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I T 


N E E 




L Y 


P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 8/21/1989 A 


5 


U 


H 2 8/22/1989 B 


1 


N S82 


H 2 9/07/1989 C 


4 


N 


CHH 1 9/13/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


H 1 9/20/1989 C 


1 


N R53 


H 2 9/24/1989 B 


9 


N M51 


CHH 1 10/14/1989 A 


7 


N 


H 2 10/19/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 2 11/28/1989 B 


1 


N 


CHH 1 12/13/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 12/22/1989 A 


1 


N H90 


H 2 12/24/1989 B 


1 


N S69 



3/14/1989 A 
6/15/1989 C 



12 
1 



N 
N C60 



H 2 7/12/1989 D 4 N 



H 2 3/15/1989 B 

H 2 4/27/1989 B 

S 2 7/06/1989 C 

H 2 10/22/1989 A 

S 2 11/07/1989 B 

S 2 11/07/1989 B 



H 2 9/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 
S 2 11/09/1989 A 
H 2 12/07/1989 A 



N C60 
N A54 
N 

N S82 
N S27 
N S27 



CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 



CHH 

S 

S 

S 

CHH 



2/11/1989 A 
2/16/1989 C 
2/18/1989 A 
2/20/1989 A 
2/21/1989 A 



4/25/1989 A 
5/12/1989 A 
6/16/1989 A 
7/12/1989 A 
8/25/1989 A 



1/13/1989 C 
1/13/1989 C 
4/12/1989 C 
4/27/1989 C 
4/27/1989 C 



4 E 

5 N 

8 D N S27 
5 PN S56 



5 N 
1 P N L40 

3 N 

4 E 
3 N 



3 
4 
4 
10 
1 P 



N C62 
E 
E 
U 
N C62 



N 
N 

N B53 
N A54 
N H65 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



STEPHENS PUSHES NON-SUPPORT CASE AGAINST OPPONENT 
ARTICLE ABOUT CUSTODY CASE CONSTITUTED UNFAIR ATTACK 

CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO ABORTION 

SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO CESAREAN SECTIONS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, OBSTETRICS-GYNECOLOGY 

SEE ALSO FETUSES 

SEE ALSO MIDWIFERY 

SEE ALSO OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

CARY COUPLE'S 'TARDY' ARRIVAL BECOMES DURHAM'S 1ST OF '89 

STORM HURRIES THE ARRIVAL OF BABY OVERDUE 1 WEEK 

MIDUIVES SEEK 'BIRTH OPTIONS' 

CHILDREN, AIDS 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, DISEASES 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDREN WITH AIDS 
DRIVE SET TO GET HOME FOR CHILDREN WITH AIDS 
DUKE SEEKS VOLUNTEERS TO HELP FAMILIES OF CHILDREN WITH AIDS 
INFECTED BABY SPARKS COUPLE'S FIGHT AGAINST AIDS IGNORANCE 
DUKE GETS GRANT FOR PEDIATRIC AIDS WORK 
DUKE MEDICAL CENTER WINS GRANT TO TREAT CHILDREN WITH AIDS 
DUKE RESEARCHERS IN FOREFRONT OF TREATING INFANTS WITH AIDS 
DUKE OFFERS TRAINING FOR FOSTER PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH AIDS 
AIDS CHILDREN TO GET FREE AZT 
DUKE IN FOREFRONT OF AH TREATMENT AND RESEARCH 

BURROUGHS TO GIVE FREE AZT TO CHILDREN 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME UNVEILS PLANS FOR DISTRIBUTING AZT TO CHILDREN 
DUKE PEDIATRIC RESEARCHERS CHEER FDA DECISION TO EXPAND AH USE 

CHILDREN, ACCIDENTS 

SEE ACCIDENTS, CHILDREN 

CHILDREN, ADVERTISING 

SEE CHILDREN, TELEVISION AND RADIO 

CHILDREN, ART 
SEE ALSO ART 
GARNER GIRL WINS NATIONAL ART CONTEST 

SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN f CHILDREN'S ART PROVIDES BEST SHOW IN TOWN 
DUKE HOLIDAY CARD SALES RAISE $26,000 TO BENEFIT CHILDREN 
ELEMENTARY ART 

PRICE TO SPONSOR ART COMPETITION 
SOUTH SQUARE HOSTS PRESCHOOL ART SHOW 
CHAPEL HILL STUDENT WINS SCIENCE AWARD 
JORDAN STUDENT WINS DISTRICT ART CONTEST 
U.S., JAPANESE SCHOOLCHILDREN EXCHANGE ARTWORK 

CHILDREN, CANCER 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, DISEASES 

SEE ALSO HARDEE'S CHILDREN'S BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT FACILITY 
SEE ALSO HAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION 

FIGHTING FOR HER LIFE IS 'NORMAL' FOR LEUKEMIA VICTIM 

LOCAL CHURCH RAISING FUNDS FOR TREATMENT 

GIRL MEETS MARROW DONOR 

BROOKE WARD MEETS DONOR TO MARK MILESTONE 

YOUNG CAROLINA FAN STRONG ON COURAGE 

LEUKEMIA PATIENT DIES AT AGE 14 

PARENTS ESTABLISH FUND AT DUKE CANCER CENTER 

MAKE A WISH COMING TRUE FOR HOSPITALIZED LITTLE NIKKI 

CHILDREN, CARRBORO 

ANNUAL TINY TOTS' TEATIME GOES OVER BIG IN CARRBORO 
A LITTLE SURPRISED 
PUMPKIN DAY WINNER 



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S I T 
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H 2 12/16/1989 C 1 N S82 
H 2 12/22/1989 A 4 L 



S 2 1/02/1989 C 
H 2 5/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/06/1989 A 



1 P N M06 

1 P N T33 

2 N 



H 


2 1/11/1989 C 3 


I N C60 


H 


2 1/17/1989 C ( 


> N C60 


H 


2 2/12/1989 B * 


1 N 


H 


2 5/05/1989 A 12 N 


S 


2 5/30/1989 C 1 


I N 


S 


2 7/17/1989 B 1 


I N 


H 


2 9/24/1989 B t 


> N D80 


H 


2 10/26/1989 A 1 


I N 


S 


2 10/26/1989 A 


I N H65 


S 


2 10/26/1989 A 


I N H65 


H 


2 10/27/1989 A 


I N K65 


H 


2 10/27/1989 A 1 


1 N C60 



S 

S 

H 

S 

CHH 

S 

S 

S 

S 



1/20/1989 A 
2/09/1989 D 
2/16/1989 A 
2/25/1989 A 
3/01/1989 A 
4/04/1989 B 
4/26/1989 A 
5/26/1989 A 
8/18/1989 C 



N 
P F B71 

N 
P P 

N 
P P 
P N 
P N 
P N S92 



T37 
T37 



CHH 1 


1/07/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


1/07/1989 A 


1 N S17 


H 2 


3/15/1989 C 


1 P P 


H 2 


3/15/1989 C 


3 N 


S 2 


3/16/1989 A 


6 P F S27 


CHH 1 


4/12/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


S 2 


6/07/1989 A 


13 N 


H 2 12/20/1989 C 


1 P N C60 


CHH 1 


7/30/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


8/02/1989 A 


3 P P T44 


CHH 1 


10/15/1989 A 


1 P P T44 



CHILDREN, CHAPEL HILL 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO CHILDREN, ORANGE COUNTY 
SNUB AND WARM 
A COLD SILHOUETTE 
PRINTS FOR LIFE 

TODAY HARGRAVES, TOHORROU THE NBA? 
GETTING THE FAMILY CHORES DONE 
BRRRRRRKR 
GIDDYUP, DADDY! 
TINE WILL TELL 
TIME WILL TELL 
THE DANCE IN THE PARK 
NO DAY FOR A PICNIC 
UHEE! 

NOT SO FAST 
STUNT RIDER 
HIGH TIMES AT INSTEAD 
SWEET VISIONS 
BIRTHDAY EVE 
ONE WAY TO KEEP COOL 
CHILD'S PLAY 
WATER DUEL 
CHILDHOOD RITUAL 
PEANUT BUTTER AND PUPPETS 
A LITTLE HELP FOR MOTHER NATURE 
CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE 
MAKE 'EH OR BREAK 'EH 
HOT DOG! 

A BEAR OF A SALE 
A COOL TREAT 
ROLLING ALONG 
COOL KIDS 
SANDS OF TIME 
FLYING HIGH 
TRIPLE DUTY 
CHILLY TREAT 
PICK-UP GAME 
PEEK-A-BOO PUMPKIN 
A NEW FRIEND 
A HELPING HAND 
VISIONS OF SUGARPLUMS 
ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORTATION 
GOING UP 

CHILDREN, DENTAL CARE 
SEE ALSO DENTAL CARE 
UNC RESEARCH TARGETS CAVITY-PRONE CHILDREN 
DENTIST ANXIETY BEGINS AT EARLY AGE 

'SLAY DECAY' - SCHOOLCHILDREN BRAVE COLD FOR PRO-TEETH RALLY 
HALL DENTAL HEALTH FAIR'S GOAL TO MAKE DENTAL HYGIENE FUN 

CHILDREN, DISEASES 
SEE ALSO CHICKEN POX 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, AIDS 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, CANCER 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HEALTH CARE 
SEE ALSO CHRONIC ILLNESS 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
SEE ALSO IMMUNIZATIONS 
SEE ALSO HAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION 
SEE ALSO PEDIATRICIANS, N.C. 

DURHAM DOCTORS TREAT VIRUS ATTACKING CHILDREN 

WORKSHOP SET FOR TEACHERS OF CHRONICALLY ILL 

A TEST OF SKILLS/'BABY'S BREATH STUDY* 

CHILDREN, DRUGS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL, ADOLESCENT CARE UNIT 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, ADOLESCENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, DRUG ABUSE 
BOYS' CAMP CALLED BOOST FOR CHATHAM 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



CHH 1 



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



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 

CHH 



1/05/1989 

1/05/1989 

1/10/1989 

1/12/1989 

1/31/1989 

2/11/1989 

2/13/1989 

3/04/1989 

3/04/1989 

3/17/1989 

3/28/1989 

3/30/1989 

5/03/1989 

5/04/1989 

5/04/1989 

5/08/1989 

5/12/1989 

6/06/1989 

6/21/1989 

6/28/1989 

7/03/1989 

7/05/1989 

7/06/1989 

7/10/1989 

7/18/1989 

8/12/1989 

8/25/1989 

9/04/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/10/1989 

10/10/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/20/1989 

10/22/1989 

10/23/1989 

10/24/1989 

10/29/1989 

11/01/1989 

11/07/1989 

12/22/1989 

12/30/1989 



H 2 1/02/1989 B 

CHH 1 2/07/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 



S 2 8/07/1989 A 
H 2 10/06/1989 C 
CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 



T32 
T32 
T44 
T44 
L38 
L38 
T44 
L38 
S73 
L38 
L38 
L38 
L38 
L38 
L38 
T44 
T44 
L38 
L38 
L38 
T44 
L38 
L38 
C45 
L38 
T44 
T44 
T44 
C45 
T44 
T32 
K30 
C45 
T44 
T44 
T44 
T44 
L38 
C45 
C45 
L38 



6 N 

5 N 

3 N C62 

3 N H90 



1 N H65 

2 N 
8 N 



CHH 1 1/03/1989 A 3 N M25 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY SUBJE 



FACILITY WILL TREAT 100 BOYS „ 

GETTING HIGH 'LEGALLY' CAN BE DANGEROUS, DEADLY MISTAKE 

GETTING HIGH? TEENS DISCOVER THE DEVIOUS LURE OF INHALANTS 

VICTIMS ARE GETTING YOUNGER 

CENTER OFFERS DRUG TESTS FOR YOUNGSTERS 

BILL WOULD PULL LICENSES OF TEENS IN ALCOHOL, DRUG VIOLATIONS 

WHAT ABOUT TEENS WHO'VE ALREADY SAID 'YES' TO DRUGS? 

DON'T OVERDOSE CHILDREN WITH ADULT MEDICINE/THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

DUKE STILL FIGHTING FOR SPECIALTY CENTER 

LATCHKEY KIDS ARE INDIVIDUALS _. 

PARENTS SHOULD WATCH FOR SIGNS THAT CHILDREN ARE USING DRUGS __ 

10 ORGANIZATIONS JOIN FORCES TO FIGHT ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AMONG TEENS 

STATE PREACHING STRONG MESSAGE ON GATEWAY SUBSTANCES 

SURVEY OF STUDENTS' DRUG USE REVIEWED 

CHILDREN, DURHAM 

TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT 
UP FOR THE GAME 
BLACK HOLE OR WHAT? 
SLIP-SLIDIN' AWAY 
KEEPING THEM IN STITCHES 
SUNSET ON FALSE SPRING 
CALM BEFORE THE STORM 
SPRING TRAINING 
SOURPUSS 
IT'S NOT JULY 
RAINY-DAY STROLL 
FRAGILE WORLD 
HOPPING FOR A CAUSE 

SPRING HAS SPRUNG... „ 

BASKETBALL'S BEST: STOPPING TO GREET KIDS 

WAITING HER TURN 

FOREARM FORM 

HAT CHECK 

DANGEROUS DUCK 

GIRLS' DAY AT THE PARK 

STAGE DIRECTIONS 

HIGH TIME ON NINTH STREET 

NOT HIS CUP OF TEA 

COOL ALCOVE 

FAIR CATCH 

PUCKER UP AND BLOW 

REFLECTIONS 

HORIZONTAL HOLD 

GAINING ON GOLFING GRANDPA 

PLAYING ALONG THE ENO 

EMERGENCE OF A WATER SPRITE 

MOMENTS IN MOTION FOR ARTS COUNCIL STUDENTS 

MEET A TREE 

SHADES-OF-SUMMER LIP-SHTICK 

HITCHING A RIDE 

HANG IT ALL 

TAKING THE PLUNGE 

SKIPPIN' TILL SCHOOL STARTS 

FEATHERED FOOTBALL FAN 

DOUBLE DUff 

FOR HER THE BELLS TOLL 

SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF 

READY FOR THE THIRSTY WAYFARER 

NOT EVEN A NIBBLE 

MONKEY SEE, MONKEY DO 

IN CONTROL 

LEAVING THEIR MARK 

THE WATER SPRITE 

ON THE LOOKOUT 

STAIRWAY TO SUCCESS 

FOR LADIES ONLY? 

BABY BALLOTING: NO TWO WAYS ABOUT IT 

WOLF? 

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CHH 1 


1/03/1989 A 


3 N M25 


S 


2 


1/13/1989 C 


1 N 


CHH 1 


1/23/1989 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


2/06/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


1 


2/08/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 


2 


3/16/1989 B 


6 N 


S 


2 


6/12/1989 C 


1 P N H65 


S 


2 


7/05/1989 C 


4 U 


H 


2 


9/02/1989 C 


2 N C60 


H 


2 


9/11/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


9/13/1989 A 


8 U 


S 


2 12/07/1989 C 


1 N C61 


H 


2 12/10/1989 D 


2 U L40 


CHH 1 


12/16/1989 A 


3 N C62 


H 


2 


1/03/1989 C 


1 PP T37 


H 


2 


1/09/1989 B 


1 P P T32 


S 


2 


1/12/1989 C 


1 P P T32 


S 


2 


1/24/1989 C 


1 P P C45 


S 


2 


2/02/1989 A 


6 P PT37 


H 


2 


2/04/1989 C 


4 P P S73 


S 


2 


2/04/1989 C 


1 P P C45 


H 


2 


2/12/1989 B 


1 P P C45 


S 


2 


3/17/1989 C 


1 P P M66 


S 


2 


3/18/1989 C 


1 P P M66 


H 


2 


3/25/1989 C 


2 P P T37 


S 


2 


3/28/1989 C 


1 P P C45 


S 


2 


3/29/1989 B 


1 P P S76 


S 


2 


3/31/1989 C 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


4/11/1989 C 


1 PN A54 


H 


2 


4/15/1989 C 


6 P P T32 


H 


2 


4/17/1989 C 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 


4/26/1989 C 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 


5/04/1989 C 


7 P P C45 


H 


2 


5/25/1989 B 


3 P P M66 


S 


2 


5/26/1989 C 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 


6/03/1989 C 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


6/05/1989 B 


1 P P T32 


S 


2 


6/07/1989 B 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 


6/14/1989 B 


1 P P M66 


S 


2 


6/15/1989 C 


1 P P M66 


S 


2 


6/20/1989 C 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 


6/23/1989 A 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 


6/24/1989 C 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 


6/27/1989 B 


1 P P T37 


H 


2 


6/28/1989 C 


1 P P S76 


H 


2 


7/01/1989 C 


5 P P S76 


S 


2 


7/01/1989 A 


5 P P M66 


H 


2 


7/09/1989 A 


1PPT32 


H 


2 


7/11/1989 B 


1 P P S76 


S 


2 


7/14/1989 C 


1 P P T37 


H 


2 


8/07/1989 A 


1 P P T32 


S 


2 


8/12/1989 C 


1 P P T44 


H 


2 


8/14/1989 B 


1 P P L38 


S 


2 


8/14/1989 C 


1 P P C45 


H 


2 


8/19/1989 C 


1 P P M66 


S 


2 


8/19/1989 C 


ippra 


H 


2 


8/23/1989 C 


1 P P L38 


S 


2 


9/12/1989 C 


1 P P R56 


H 


2 


9/26/1989 B 


5 P P C45 


S 


2 10/05/1989 C 


1 P P R56 


S 


2 10/12/1989 C 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 10/16/1989 B 


1 P P C45 


S 


2 10/17/1989 C 


1 P P R56 


s 


2 


11/04/1989 C 


1 P P R56 


S 


2 11/06/1989 C 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 11/08/1989 C 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 11/11/1989 D 


3 P P T32 


H 


2 11/16/1989 C 


1 P P T32 



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2 11/16/1989 B 


10 P P S76 






S 


2 11/16/1989 C 


1 P P L38 






S 


2 11/28/1989 B 


7 P P T32 






S 


2 12/02/1989 A 


5 P P T37 






S 


2 12/11/1989 C 


1 PP C45 






S 


2 12/12/1989 B 


1 P P T32 






S 


2 12/16/1989 A 


5 P P C45 






S 


2 12/16/1989 D 


3 P P K30 






H 


2 12/19/1989 C 


1 PP T32 






S 


2 12/23/1989 C 


3 P P T32 






H 


2 12/26/1989 B 


1 P P K30 






S 


2 12/26/1989 C 


1 P P S76 






S 


2 12/29/1989 C 


1 PP L38 



IN CHARACTER 

NO DETOUR 

AT THE HOP 

LONG LIVE THE KINGS AND QUEENS 

FLYING LOU 

WISHING AND HOPING 

RINGING IN THE NEW 

SANTA AT NORTHGATE 

WEATHER WATCHING, AND UISHING 

ALL BUNDLED UP 

TOGO BLASTER 

DIFFERENT WORLDS 

HEATWAVE? 

CHILDREN, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 

SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 

SEE ALSO CHILD PSYCHIATRY 

scp alSq CHILDREN, SUICIDES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNCIL FOR INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 

SEE ALSO KIDSCOPE 

SEE ALSO UILLIE M PROGRAMS 

1 CHILD IN S SUFFERS PSYCHIATRIC PROBLEMS 

NOVEMBER TORNADOES STILL FELT BY CHILDREN IN WAKE 

LAU HAKES COUNTY PAY FDR CHILDREN'S MENTAL CARE 

PSYCHIATRIC TREATMENT FOR 3 YOUTHS COST COUNTY $66,000 

COUNTY, STATE TUSSLE ON MENTAL HEALTH LAW 

MENTAL HEALTH COSTS REQUIRE STATE ACTION 

CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH FOCUS DURING MONTH 

HOSPITAL SPACE TIGHT FOR MENTALLY ILL CHILDREN 

CAMP FOR TROUBLED BOYS STIRS CONCERN IN CHATHAM COUNTY 

DOCTOR SAYS MANIC DEPRESSION AFFLICTS CHILDREN AS WELL AS ADULTS 

DUKE DOCTOR PINPOINTS, TREATS CHILDREN'S 'MANIC DEPRESSION' 

GROUP HOME PROPOSED FOR BOYS 

ALCOHOLISM TAKES TOLL ON CHILDREN'S LIVES 

DURHAM MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES GETS TAPPED BY STATE TO REFUND $800,000 

JUVENILES' COURT-ORDERED PSYCHIATRIC CARE COSTLY 

'SPECIAL NEEDS' MEANS SPECIAL CARE 

DURHAM AGENCY TAKES UP CAUSE 

THERAPEUTIC PRESCHOOL PUTS YOUNGSTERS ON TARGET 

PROGRAM HELPS YOUNGSTERS TO COPE 

CHILDREN. FAIRY TALES 

THEATER LIBERTIES WISELY TAKEN IN KIDS' TALE 

CHILDREN, GUNS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 
SEE ALSO GUNS 

NHS STUDENT HELD FOR GUNS IN TRUNK 

SHS PUPIL CHARGED WITH TAKING GUN TO SCHOOL 

TEEN TWIRLING REVOLVER DIES FROM GUNSHOT 

DURHAM BOY DIES IN ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENT REPORT IN ERROR 

POLICE LOG/BOY, 9, TREATED AFTER SHOT BY BB GUN 

JORDAN HIGH STUDENT DIES OF GUNSHOT 

SHOOTING DEATH STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION 

POLICE LOG/BAD CHECK LEADS TO STOLEN CAR 

CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 

SEE ALSO AT-RISK CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO AUTISM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNCIL FOR INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 

SEE ALSO HEAD START 

SEE ALSO LEARNING DISABILITIES 

SEE ALSO MENTALLY RETARDED 

SEE ALSO RESPITE CARE 



CHH 1 
S 2 



1/20/1989 B 
3/15/1989 B 
4/26/1989 B 
4/27/1989 B 
5/01/1989 A 
5/01/1989 A 
5/06/1989 A 
5/27/1989 C 
6/04/1989 B 
6/06/1989 C 
7/06/1989 
7/28/1989 
8/09/1989 
8/50/1989 
10/22/1989 
11/07/1989 B 
11/07/1989 B 
11/07/1989 B 
12/26/1989 A 



N 

N C60 
N H65 
N A54 
N H65 
E 

N S17 
N H65 
N 

N D80 
N 

N C60 
U 

N C60 
N S82 
N S27 
N S27 
N S27 
N H65 



H 2 1/27/1989 D 9 R P10 



s 


2 1/27/1989 C 


1 


N 


s 


2 3/15/1989 C 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 3/18/1989 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 3/18/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 3/27/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 9/04/1989 A 


12 


N M51 


H 


2 9/22/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 9/23/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/27/1989 B 


1 


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SEE ALSO SPECIAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO SPEECH PATHOLOGY 

SEE ALSO UNIV. Of N.C.-CHAPEL HILL DIVISION FOR DISORDERS OF DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING 

BARKER CENTER OFFERS SPECIAL CARING S 2 

WELCOME CHALLENGER DIVISION H 2 

IN CRISIS, THAT COMMON BOND H 2 

'SPECIAL MEEDS' MEANS SPECIAL CARE S 2 

DURHAM AGENCY TAKES UP CAUSE „ f 2 

THERAPEUTIC PRESCHOOL PUTS YOUNGSTERS ON TARGET mmrm S 2 

A CONCRETE IDEA/CHEWNING CLASS BUILDS WALK FOR DISABLED STUDENTS... S 2 

ADVOCATES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN UNITE S 2 

CHILDREN, HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, DISEASES 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HOSPITALS 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, STATE SERVICES 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN'S MIRACLE NETWORK TELETHON 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO PEDIATRICIANS, N.C. 

'CARING PROGRAM' HELPS THE CHILDREN 

MATERNAL HEALTH CENTERPIECE OF APRIL EVENT 

SMOKING PARENTS WARNED OF MUTAGENS EXPOSURE 

PRE-EVAUJATION FOR CAMP, SCHOOL IMPORTANT 

PROGRAM SEEKS TO FILL INSURANCE GAP FOR CHILDREN FROM LOU-EARNING... 

HEADING OFF TEEN PROBLEMS 

CHILDREN HOSPITALS 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC HOSPITALS) _ 
DOCTORS FOR A DAY; CHILDREN AND HOSPITALS WEEK SPONSORS ROLE REVERSAL 

PEDIATRIC UNIT USES SPECIAL APPROACH 

REDUCING INTIMIDATION; NCMH VOLUNTEER SERVICES PROGRAM... 

CURING THE FEAR . 

HOSPITAL'S CARD PROJECT ADO AT CHILDREN'S NEEDS 



CHILDREN, HYPERACTIVITY 

DUKE DOCTOR PINPOINTS, 



TREATS CHILDREN'S 'MANIC DEPRESSION' 



CHILDREN, LEARNING 

SEE ALSO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO LEARNING DISABILITIES 
STUDY TO FOCUS ON LEARNING PROBLEMS 

CHILDREN, MENTALLY RETARDED 
SEE CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 

CHILDREN, MURDER 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 
SEE ALSO MURDER, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MURDER, U.S. 

ALAMANCE WOMAN CONVICTED IN WATER DEATH OF SON 

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 

CHILDREN, NUTRITION 

SEE ALSO NUTRITION 

SEE ALSO WOMEN INFANT AND CHILDREN PROGRAM 
COUNTY NUTRITION DIRECTOR SET TO RETIRE 
CHILDREN'S EATING HABITS NEED GUIDANCE 

CHILDREN, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, CHAPEL HILL 
A GOOD DAY'S WORK 
SWINGING SET 

LET'S SEE WHAT THIS BABY WILL DO 
TAKING IT EASY 
GOTCHA! 
IN YOUR FACE! 



3/28/1989 A 
7/28/1989 A 
8/22/1989 A 
11/07/1989 B 
11/07/1989 B 
11/07/1989 B 
11/17/1989 C 
11/30/1989 B 



P N H6S 

E 
P N S56 
P N S27 

N S27 
P N S27 
P N Yll 
D N S27 



H 2 1/25/1989 D 


10 P N P38 


CHH 1 3/23/1989 A 


5 P N 


H 2 5/05/1989 A 


11 N K65 


S 2 6/14/1989 C 


6 U 


H 2 6/17/1989 C 


3 N S22 


H 2 12/20/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 3/17/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


H 2 5/25/1989 B 


6 N 


CHH 1 9/04/1989 A 


5 P N 


CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 11/30/1989 A 


1 P N 



S 2 7/06/1989 C 1 N 



CHH 1 2/02/1989 A 5 N 



CHH 1 
S 2 



10/31/1989 A 
11/16/1989 A 
11/17/1989 A 
11/17/1989 A 
11/18/1989 C 



3/05/1989 A 
9/27/1989 C 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



4/10/1989 
4/18/1989 
6/12/1989 
6/16/1989 
7/11/1989 
7/12/1989 



N 

M N B53 

N 
P N B53 
P N 



3 P N M25 
1 P F G59 



T44 
L38 
T44 
L38 

L38 
L38 



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SUBJECTS 



WILD SLIDE 

IMPROMPTU CONCERT 

ALL STRAPPED IN 

IN HURRICANE HUGO'S UAKE 

ALL SADDLED AND READY 

CHILDREN, RETARDED 
SEE MENTALLY RETARDED 

CHILDREN, SAFETY 
SEE CHILD SAFETY 

CHILDREN, SMOKING 

SEE ADOLESCENCE, SMOKING 

CHILDREN, SPORTS (PRE-ADOLESCENT SPORTS) 

SEE ALSO SPORTS (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE «_S0 YOUTH SPORTS (ADOLESCENT SPORTS) 
HOW DO CALM THE NERVES OF YOUNG ATHLETES? 

CHILDREN, STATE SERVICES 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HEALTH CARE 
SEE ALSO PARENTAL AUTHORITY 
HOUSE COMMITTEE OKS ABUSED CHILD PROGRAM FUNDING 

CHILDREN, SUICIDES 

SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE, SUICIDES 
SEE ALSO CHILD PSYCHIATRY 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES, N.C. 
BILL WOULD PROHIBIT SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN RENTAL OF PROPERTY 

CHILDREN, TELEVISION AND RADIO 
SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO RADIO 

SEE ALSO TELEVISION COMMERCIALS 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION VIOLENCE 
TV MINUS 364 DAYS... AND COUNTING 

CHILDREN'S BOOKS 

THEME OF LOLLYPOP BOOKS CONTINUES UNDER LEADERSHIP OF CAROLINA UREN... 

STORYTIME AT HILLANDALE 

NEWBERRY AWARD WINNER WRITES ONLY FOR 'PEOPLE' 

COLORING BOOKS DELIVERED 

CHILDREN'S CLOTHING 

SEE ALSO CLOTHING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC ARTICLES OF CLOTHING) 
CLOTHING HARD TO FIND FOR HEFTY CHILDREN 
SCHOOL BELLS RING AT CASH REGISTER 

CHILDREN'S DEFENSE FUND 

SING-ALONG TO BENEFIT CHILDREN 

CHILDREN'S MIRACLE NETWORK TELETHON 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HEALTH CARE 
DUKE HOLIDAY CARD SALES RAISE $26,000 TO BENEFIT CHILDREN 
RALEIGH STUDENTS PLANNING BENEFIT FOR DUKE PROGRAM 
DUKE HOSPITAL TO BENEFIT FROM DANCE 

TOT WALK BENEFITS DUKE CHILDREN'S MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CENTER 
CHILDREN'S TELETHON SLATED 

WEEKEND TELETHON TO HELP CHILDREN AT DUKE HOSPITAL 
DUKE TELETHON RAISES $542,000 

CHILDREN'S RIGHTS 

AGE 16 ADULT CLASSIFICATION BLASTED 

A CHILD'S CHRISTMAS IN WALES 

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CHH 1 8/04/1989 A 1 P P L38 

CHH 1 8/09/1989 A 3 P P L38 

CHH 1 8/18/1989 A 1 P P T44 

CHH 1 9/23/1989 A 1 P P L38 

CHH 1 10/09/1989 A 1 P P T44 



CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 7 U 



CHH 1 7/28/1989 A 1 N M20 



H 2 2/23/1989 B 2 N 



H 2 11/13/1989 A 6 P B S56 



H 2 1/08/1989 D 

H 2 2/17/1989 C 

H 2 4/23/1989 D 

H 2 9/16/1989 C 



S 2 7/27/1989 A 
H 2 8/24/1989 A 



3 P U H45 

1 P P T37 
3 P U H45 

2 P P T32 



6 P F G59 
6 P F Zll 



CHH 1 4/10/1989 A 3 P N C62 



2/16/1989 A 
3/02/1989 B 
3/04/1989 C 
4/27/1989 C 
6/01/1989 A 
6/02/1989 C 
6/16/1989 C 



10 
6 

12 
2 

10 
1 
1 



N 

N 

N 

P T37 

N 

N S92 

N 



H 2 12/14/1989 B 2 N 
CHH 1 1/25/1989 A 7 N 



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DURHAM CHECKS ITS PRODUCE 

LOCAL GROCERS RESPOND QUICKLY TO CYANIDE SCARE 

MORE A THREAT THAN SOUR GRAPES 

CHILE BARRACKS ITS DICTATOR 



PRIZE CHILI; HEALTHY AMD QUICK CHILI RECIPE IS FIRST IN COKTEST 

CHIMNEY SWEEPS 

SEE ALSO FIREPLACES 
CHIMNEY MAM CLIMBS FOR A CLEAN SWEEP __ 

GOOD MAINTENANCE, COMMON SENSE HELP PREVENT CHIMNEY CONFLAGRATIONS 
SWIFT BIRDS OFTEN NO MATCH FOR CHIMNEY SWEEPS 

CHIMNEY SWIFTS 

SEE ALSO BIRDS 

SWIFT BIRDS OFTEN NO MATCH FOR CHIMNEY SWEEPS 

CHIMNEYS 

GOOD MAINTENANCE, COMMON SENSE HELP PREVENT CHIMNEY CONFLAGRATIONS 
CHIMNEY RUINS PROMPT COUPLE TO FILE LAWSUIT 

CHINA, EDUCATION 

CHINESE HOODS HURT CHANCE FOR DEMOCRACY 

HOMELAND EVENTS FRUSTRATE CHINESE STUDENTS AT DUKE 

UNC CHINESE STUDENTS TO JOIN D.C. RALLY FOR BEIJING PROTESTERS 

•THE PEOPLE ARE READY' i CHINESE STUDENTS BEGIN UEEKLONG FUND-RAISER... 

TIME FOR RESTRAINT; BUSH'S SUPPORT FOR CHINESE STUDENTS FIRM BUT,,. 

REFORM PUSH TO CONTINUE, CHINESE STUDENT SAYS 

2 DURHAM WOMEN STRANDED IN CHINA CHAOS 

DUKE STUDENTS MOURN FOR 'BLEEDING' NATION 

STUDENTS GATHER AT DUKE CHAPEL TO MOURN CHINESE MASSACRE 

DUKE STUDENTS MOURN THOSE SLAIN IN CHINA 

UNC'S CHINESE DENOUNCE BLOOD IN BEIJING 

CHINA NEVER MEANT TO GIVE IN, UNC PROFESSOR SAYS 

CHINA'S LEADERS ARE LYING 

IN BEIJING, A STUDENT SPEAKS HIS MIND _ __ . 

DUKE, UNC AMONG SCHOOLS ALTERING EXCHANGE PROGRAMS IN TROUBLED CHINA 

UNC LECTURER CALLS COVER-UP 'INSULT' 

UNC CHINESE STUDENTS SEEK LONGER STAYS 

CHINA CRACKDOWN POSES QUANDARY FOR SCHOLARS 

DUKE-CHINA LAW SCHOOL TIES SURVIVE POLITICAL UNF£ST 

CHINESE STUDENTS ENROLL, FAIL TO SHOW FOR FALL SEMESTER 

BEIJING APPARENTLY SAFE FOR STUDENTS, UNC OFFICIALS SAY 

CHINA, HUMAN RIGHTS 

USING DIPLOMACY, NOT RHETORIC 

CHINA, LAWS 

DUKE-CHINA LAW SCHOOL TIES SURVIVE POLITICAL UNREST 

CHINA, NEWSPAPERS 

CHINESE JOURNALIST SETS DUKE TALK 

CHINA, REFORM 

INSIGHT/AT DEMOCRACY CORNER 

REFORM PUSH TO CONTINUE, CHINESE STUDENT SAYS 

CHINESE STUDENTS RALLY AT DUKE 

2 DURHAM WOMEN STRANDED IN CHINA CHAOS 

DUKE STUDENTS MOURN FOR 'BLEEDING' NATION 

STUDENTS GATHER AT DUKE CHAPEL TO MOURN CHINESE MASSACRE 

STATE HOUSE UNANIMOUSLY CONDEMNS CHINA MASSACRE 

DISCUSSION TO FOCUS ON CHINA 

DURHAM STUDENT SEES BLOODY BEIJING SCENE 

DUKE STUDENTS MOURN THOSE SLAIN IN CHINA _ 

GUNFIRE CRACKLES OVER BEIJING; 2 DURHAM STUDENTS TRY TO FLEE 

ORGANIZED MASS MURDER; PRESIDENT SHOULD SHOW TOUGHNESS TOWARD CHINA 

FREEDOM: THE PRICE IS SACRIFICE 

UNC'S CHINESE DENOUNCE BLOOD IN BEIJING 

CHINESE MOTIVATION DIFFERS FROM U.S. POLITICAL IDEAS 



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H 2 3/15/1989 A 1 P N 046 

CHH 1 3/15/1989 A 1 P N L38 

H 2 3/20/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 12/22/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 3/29/1989 B 1 P F HM 



CHH 1 1/09/1989 A 1 P N L90 
CHH 1 1/09/1989 A 1 P N L90 
CHH 1 8/21/1989 A 1 N S17 



CHH 1 8/21/1989 A 1 N S17 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



S 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

H 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

CHH 1 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

S 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



1/09/1989 A 
1/23/1989 A 



4/25/1989 
5/20/1989 
5/20/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/30/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/08/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/18/1989 
6/19/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/20/1989 
7/02/1989 
9/05/1989 B 
9/23/1989 A 
11/29/1989 A 



H 

CHH 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

S 



5/14/1989 
5/30/1989 
6/05/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/07/1989 



1 P N L90 
3 P N R63 



E 

N Bll 

N L90 

N S17 
E 

N L90 

N C60 

N Bll 

P T44 

N S92 

N M70 

N M06 
E 

U H49 
N 

N L90 

N S17 

N L90 
N 
N 
N 



H 2 3/01/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 9/05/1989 B 1 N 



H 2 1/11/1989 C 10 N 



F 

N L90 

N 

N C60 

N Bll 

P T44 

N 

N 

1 M N M06 
1 P N S92 

N Bll 

E 

E 
P N M70 

N M06 



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

FAMILY WAITS FOR WORD FROM BEIJING 

STUDENTS OBSERVE DAY OF MOURNING 

CHINA NEVER MEANT TO GIVE IN, UNC PROFESSOR SAYS 

DURHAM MAN IN SHANGHAI CYCLES TO FREEDOM 

N.C. STUDENTS RETURNING FROM CHINA WITH TALES OF FEAR 

STRUGGLE IN CHINA NOT OVER, CHI SAYS 

CHINA SIGHTSEEING EXCURSION TURNS INTO HISTORIC NIGHTMARE 

PROFS 'DONG WAN' IN BEIJING 

DR. CALHOUN TELLS FIRST-HAND ABOUT CHINA 

CHINA'S LEADERS ARE LYING 

A TIME TO GIVE 

DUKE STUDENTS FEARFUL OF RETURN TO HOMELAND 

IN BEIJING, A STUDENT SPEAKS HIS MIND 

DUKE, UNC AMONG SCHOOLS ALTERING EXCHANGE PROGRAMS IN TROUBLED CHINA 

UNC LECTURER CALLS COVER-UP 'INSULT' 

UNC CHINESE STUDENTS SEEK LONGER STAYS 

A DISCONCERTING AUDIENCE WITH CHINA'S LEADER 

CHINA CRACKDOWN POSES QUANDARY FOR SCHOLARS 

CHAPEL HILLIANS VIEW UNREST IN CHINA 

MARCH COMMEMORATES PROTESTORS SLAIN IN CHINA 

MARCHERS PAY TRIBUTE TO SLAIN CHINESE PROTESTERS 

PROVIDING HARBOR FOR STUDENTS 

CHINA, TOBACCO 

RJR RETIREE'S TOBACCO ASSIGNMENT OFFERS CLOSE LOOK AT CHINA 

CHINA/U.S. RELATIONS 

NIXON RIGHT ABOUT CHINA 
OVERTURE TO CHINA SHAMEFUL 

CHINA BEACH (TELEVISION SHOW) 

TROPICAL 'BEACH' TURNED OUT CHILLY 



CHINA INN (RESTAURANT) 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, DURHAM 
REBUILT CHINA INN OPENS 
JONGS OFFER HISTORY LESSONS. , 

CLEARING THE RECORD 



.IN REBUILT CHINA INN (CORRECTED 4-2-89) 



CHIPPENDALES 

ALL HE WANTS TO DO IS DANCE; LIFE IS HUNKY-DORY FOR CHIPPENDALE'S., 

CHISHOLM'S RESTAURANT 

TWO MEN ROB RESTAURANT 

CHLOROFLUOROCARBONS 

INDUSTRY GROUP ACTS TO HELP STOP DAMAGE TO OZONE LAYER 

CHLOROFORM 

CHEMISTS TO DISCUSS THE AIR WE BREATHE 
WATER NEAR DUKE DUMP CALLED 'SAFE' 

CHOCOLAT (FILM) 

'CHOCOLAT' GAINS FROM HANDS-tiFF APPROACH 

THE CHOCOLATE WAR (FILM) 

'THE CHOCOLATE WAR' HAS A BAD AFTERTASTE) 



'IF...' IS MUCH BETTER 



CHOIRS 

FIRST BAPTIST SINGING THE PRAISES OF ITS CHOIR, WORKERS TODAY 
TRIANGLE STUDENTS TO SING IN NATIONAL BENEFIT CONCERT 

CHOLESTEROL 
SEE ALSO FATS 
EXERCISE, DIET, MEDICATION CAN REDUCE HIGH CHOLESTEROL LEVELS 
STRICT ADHERENCE TO DIET NECESSARY TO REDUCE CHOLESTEROL 
MEDICATION HAY BE NEEDED FOR HIGH CHOLESTEROL LEVELS 
LEAD US INTO TEMPTATION) SUPPLEMENTING NUTRITION WITH... DOSE OF GREASE 
THE 'NEW' BRAN) RESEARCH INDICATES RICE MIGHT REDUCE CHOLESTEROL LEVELS 



D — DATE- 



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



6/08/1989 
6/08/1989 
6/08/1989 
6/08/1989 
6/09/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/11/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/18/1989 
6/19/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/20/1989 
7/02/1989 
7/02/1989 
7/30/1989 
9/13/1989 
9/13/1989 B 
11/23/1989 A 



S 2 7/01/1989 A 
H 2 12/12/1989 A 



S 2 1/05/1989 A 
H 2 3/12/1989 D 
H 2 4/02/1989 A 



H 2 2/10/1989 D 
H 2 5/14/1989 B 
H 2 10/12/1989 C 



CHH 1 11/28/1989 A 
S 2 12/29/1989 A 



H 2 6/09/1989 D 
H 2 4/28/1989 D 



CHH 1 3/19/1989 A 
S 2 4/03/1989 A 



S 2 1/25/1989 C 

S 2 2/01/1989 A 

S 2 2/08/1989 C 

H 2 4/05/1989 B 

H 2 5/10/1989 B 



N Bll 
N 

N S17 
N M06 
N Bll 
N 

N S17 
N 

N T77 
N T77 
E 

P L38 
N Bll 
U H49 
N 

N L90 
N S17 
U H49 
N L90 
U 

N N36 
N S92 
E 



H 2 1/01/1989 C 6 N 



4 E 
4 E 



H 2 3/14/1989 A 6 P U W15 



1 P N S92 
6 P N P38 

2 N 



9 P F S56 
3 N 
1 N K65 



3 N 

1 M N E33 



3 R S66 
11 R L59 



3 N S17 
6 N 



5 U 

6 U 
3 U 

1 T F S56 
1 P F Zll 



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DOCTOR TO TALK ON CHOLESTEROL 

WHAT'S THE FUSS? 'GUILT-FREE' FOODS MIRROR... CONCERNS ABOUT CHOLESTEROL 

EVIDENCE SHOWS CHOLESTEROL LEVELS CAN BE TOO LOW/THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

DECREASING CHOLESTEROL INTAKE CAN PREVENT HEART ATTACKS 

PHARMACIST! DIET CAN LOWER CHOLESTEROL 15X 

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 

LACK Of CONSENSUS ON CHOLESTEROL CAUSES CONFUSI0N7THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

CHOLESTEROL FEARS EXAGGERATED? 

WEAKNESSES IN CHOLESTEROL STUDIES FUEL WRITER'S TIRADE 

PERILS OF HEVACOR/DRUG CAN BE CAUSE OF LIVER DAMAGE 

CONTROLLING CHOLESTEROL CAN CREATE EXCESS GAS 



S 2 

CHH 1 
S 

S 

s 

CHH 
S 
H 
CM 1 

CHH 
S 



5/22/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/26/1989 
9/18/1989 
9/27/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/13/1989 

1 11/03/1989 

2 12/20/1989 



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T44 



CH(5£OGRAPHERS 

!£EALSO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL'S CHOREOGRAPHERS i COMPOSERS WORKSHOP FOR YOUNG... 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, DANCE 

^UJCBfflA CHILDS SPEAKS AT DUKE § 2 3/02/1989 D 

SOULFUL DANCES PERFORMED S 2 4/13/1989 D 

COLLEGE CHOREOGRAPHERS STRUT THEIR STUFF IN DUKE SHOWCASE H 2 5/28/1989 E 

ADF AWARD HONORS DANCE PIONEERS S 2 4/12/1989 C 

RANDOM MESSAGES FROM YOUNG CHOREOGRAPHERS H 2 7/03/1989 B 

DANCE, MUSIC MIX WELL AT ADF CONCERT § 2 7/03/1989 A 

ITALIAN DANCEMAKER SEES GHOSTS § 2 7/06/1989 D 

FINN HAS FUN S 2 7/13/1989 D 

THREE NEW DANCES SPEAK OF FINLAND, VENEZUELA AND ARGENTINA H 2 7/18/1989 C 

ADF SERVES AS PORT OF ENTRY FOR INTERNATIONAL DANCE IDEAS H 2 7/18/1989 C 

DANCE LEGEND 'GROWING UP' IN ADF SHOW S 2 7/18/1989 C 

MORE THANA FESnVAL! AT ADF, THE BEAT GOES ON BENEATH THE SURFACE S 2 7/20/1989 D 



7 
3 

11 
1 
7 

11 
4 
7 
1 
3 
1 
6 



N 
N B71 

N 

N B71 
R L59 
L34 
B71 
B71 
L59 



B71 
B71 



CHOWAN COLLEGE 

SCHOOL OFFICIAL STEPPING DOWN 

^ IS HEALTHKF*R^^ STOP SEPTIC SYSTEM IS HAZARDOUS 

CHRIST THE KING MORAVIAN CHURCH 

HUSBAND-WIFE PASTORS TO LEAD MORAVIAN CHURCH 

CHRISTIAN ACADEMIES 
SEE PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

CHRISTIAN BROADCASTING NETWORK 

PETITION DRIVE WOULD URGE CBN HOOK-UP AT HOSPITAL 

CHRISTIAN DAY CARE CENTERS 
SEE CHILD CARE CENTERS 

CHRISTIAN LEADERS FOR RESPONSIBLE TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION 
TASTE AND GENTILITY STILL IN VOGUE 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR (NEWSPAPER) 
WILDERNESS GUARDIAN 

CHRISTIANITY 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 
SCHOLARS NIX 'HOPE* 

CHRISTTC INSTITUTE 
SEE ALSO NICARAGUA 
BUSH HAD DIRECT KNOWLEDGE OF ASSISTANCE TO REBELS, LAWYER... STATES 
CHRISTIC INSTITUTE CHARGES UNFOUNDED 

CHRISTIC LAWYERS PLAN RESPONSE TO SANCTIONS CALL 

THESE ALLEGATIONS ARE ABSURD; COURT SHOULD REQUIRE CHRISTIC INSTITUTE. 

CHRISTTCS STRIKE AGAIN _ _ 

JUDGE TO DECIDE IF LAWYER CAN REPRESENT 'gHISTLEBLOWER* 

LAWYER UINS MOTION TO REPRESENT WOMAN SUING STATE OVER DISMISSAL 

JUDGE STOPS STATE FROM MARRING LEGAL PROCESS 



S 2 5/13/1989 C 
CHH 1 4/26/1989 A 
H 2 11/25/1989 A 



1 P H S92 
1 N R63 
7 P N J40 



CHH 1 9/16/1989 A 3 N S17 



H 2 7/23/1989 D 
H 2 3/12/1989 D 



5 U W09 
4 E 



H 2 3/20/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 5/22/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/01/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/03/1989 A 

. H 2 7/06/1989 A 

H 2 7/06/1989 A 

H 2 7/28/1989 C 

H 2 7/29/1989 C 

S 2 8/01/1989 A 



1 P N M70 
4 L 

3 N S17 

4 E 
4 L 

2 N S82 
1 N S82 
4 E 



CHRISTMAS 



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SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS PARADES. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO MISTLETOE 

SEE ALSO NATIVITY SCENE 

SEE ALSO SANTA CLAUS 

SEE ALSO SHARE YOUR CHRISTMAS 

THE MERRY CHRISTMAS-MOBILE 

DURHAM MAIL VOLUME IS SIGN OF HEALTHY ECONOMY, OFFICIALS SAY 

INSIGHT/THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING JOSEPH 

THE LITERATURE OF MERRY CHRISTMAS 

CHRISTMAS, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., CHRISTMAS PARADE 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS CANDLELIGHT TOUR OF HISTORIC HOMES IN CHAPEL HILL 

ON TO VALENTINE'S DAY 

HOLIDAY DOWNTOUN/A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE (SPECIAL SECTION) 

CHRISTMAS '89i HAYS TO CELEBRATE AND SHARE 

TOY DRIVE TO COINCIDE WITH 'NUTCRACKER* 

CHURCH TO DISTRIBUTE TOYS FOR CHRISTMAS 

SOLSTICE EXTRAVAGANZA BRIGHTENS DARKEST MONTH OF THE YEAR 

MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION IN ORANGE CO. TO HOLD HOLIDAY AUCTION 

EMERSON WALDORF SCHOOL RESCHEDULES FAIR 

VILLAGE BAND TO PERFORM HOLIDAY CONCERTS 

MAKING MERRY 

A DOG'S CHRISTMAS 

'IT'S THE MEMORIES THAT COUNT' 

'FROLICS' HELPED EASE HARD TIMES IN DEPRESSION 

COLOMBIA LONG ON PARTIES, SHORT ON CHRISTMAS TREES 

HELPING OTHERS IS BITTERSWEET FOR TOWN POLICE 

THE GIFT THAT MADE IT POSSIBLE FOR HUMANS HEARTS TO CHANGE 

GIFTS FOR THE HOSPITAL-BOUND 

FINDING THE MIRACULOUS IN THE COMMON 

CHRISTMAS, CRIME 

SEE ALSO CRIMES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM 

THIEVES BREAK INTO CHURCH, TAKE ITEMS DESTINED FOR NEEDY 

GIFTS LEFT IN CAR BREED BREAK-INS, POLICE UARN 

ROXBORO MAN INTERRUPTS CHRISTMAS GIFT HEIST AT HIS HOME 

POLICE LOG/SHOOTING CASE SUSPECT HELD ON » 84 CHARGE 

POLICE LOG/THIEF TAKES SALVATION ARMY GIFTS 

TEEN SHOT AT NORTHGATE 

MODERN-DAY SCROOGES TAKE JOY FROM SEASON 

THEFT OF TREE HAS WOMAN SHAKING HEAD 

CHRISTMAS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS PARADES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO SHARE YOUR CHRISTMAS 

NCCU PUTS ON 'BEST CHRISTMAS PAGEANT EVER' THROUGH SUNDAY 

SPECIAL KITS 

STAGVILLE CELEBRATES SEASON FOR LIBERTY 

COMPETING TRIANGLE PROPANE-GAS FIRMS XIN TO FEED HOMELESS 

SEASON'S EATING! /APPETIZER 

SEASON'S EATING!/MAIN COURSE 

SEASON EATING! /DESSERT 

LIGHTEN UP 

SANTA CLAUS 

WISHING AND HOPING 

READERS SHARE MORE HOLIDAY RECIPES 

RINGING IN THE NEW 

SANTA AT NORTHGATE 

GREYSTONE'S SINGING TREE BRINGS CHRISTMAS MEANING OUT OF CHRISTMAS... 

DECK THE HOSPIT AL HA LLS 

WOMAN'S SANTA LETTER PRINTED 75 YEARS AGO 

BEYOND THE BADGE 

CHRISTMAS CHEER 

CHRISTMAS HAS SPECIAL MEANINGS FOR THOSE CLOSE TO HOMICIDE VICTIMS 

DUTY ROSTER LISTS NO-SHOWS 

GOING MALLING AT CHRISTMAS TAKES TOLL ON BODY AND SOUL 

A VISIT FROM ST. NICHOLAS/IT HELPS TO KEEP THE MIND ALIVE 



CHH 1 11/28/1989 A 3 P P L38 

S 2 12/15/1989 A 1 P N H65 

H 2 12/24/1989 D 1 P N 

H 2 12/25/1989 A 4 E 



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 



1/04/1989 A 
11/22/1989 B 
11/26/1989 A 
11/30/1989 
12/03/1989 
12/06/1989 
12/10/1989 
12/12/1989 
12/13/1989 
12/17/1989 
12/23/1989 
12/24/1989 
12/24/1989 
12/24/1989 
12/24/1989 
12/24/1989 
12/25/1989 
12/25/1989 



2 11/29/1989 C 
2 12/16/1989 C 
2 12/19/1989 C 
2 12/19/1989 C 
2 12/21/1989 C 
2 12/22/1989 C 
2 12/22/1989 A 



CHH 1 12/28/1989 A 



1 
1 

10 
8 
9 

11 
8 
8 

14 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 
4 



11/17/1989 B 
11/18/1989 A 
12/01/1989 A 
12/01/1989 C 
12/06/1989 C 
12/06/1989 C 
12/06/1989 C 
12/08/1989 C 
12/09/1989 A 
12/12/1989 B 
12/13/1989 C 
12/16/1989 A 
12/16/1989 D 
12/19/1989 B 
12/20/1989 D 
12/22/1989 A 
12/23/1989 C 
12/23/1989 C 
12/24/1989 B 
12/24/1989 B 
12/24/1989 B 
12/24/1989 E 



P T44 
A 
N 
I 

I 

I 

I 

I 

I 

P 

P 

F 

F 

F 

F 

U 

N U57 

E 



T44 
L38 
M20 
H90 
C62 
M70 



N 

N C47 
N T33 
N MSI 
N M51 
N C47 
E 
N S17 



R 

P T32 
F S27 
N E33 



S27 

G59 

S27 

T32 

T32 

T32 

N S27 

P C45 

P K30 

U W15 

P T37 

F S27 

N B53 

P T32 

N S82 

N 

U N36 
F S56 



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FAMILY-ORIENTED COMPANY CHRISTMAS PARTIES BECOMING NORM 

SHARE YOUR CHRISTMAS PROGRAM BRINGS COMFORT TO MANY FAMILIES 
DIFFERENT WORLDS 

CHRISTMAS, DURHAM, DEPRESSION 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, N.C., DEPRESSION 
SEE ALSO DEPRESSION (EMOTIONAL STATE) 
typ ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 

TIPS OFFERED ON SURVIVING BLUES, WHETHER CHRISTMAS OR FEBRUARY 

FEELING A LETDOWN TODAY? NO WONDER 

CHRISTMAS, N.C. 

HiaSBOROUGH, STAGVILLE CENTER SET FOR HOLIDAY 
A CHRISTMAS OASIS/SATURDAY AT OLD SALEM 
A MURPHY HOUSE CHRISTMAS MEANS A LOT TO MANY 
DESPITE WAR BUTNER SPIRIT FESTIVE IN '42 __ 
STORIES OF A FAMILY ARE BRIDGES ACROSS DISTANCE AND TIME 
'FROLICS' HELPED EASE HARD TIMES IN DEPRESSION 
COLOMBIA LONG ON PARTIES, SHORT ON CHRISTMAS TREES 
HELPING OTHERS IS BITTERSWEET FOR TOWN POLICE 
BURLINGTON EMPLOYEES HELPED 12 NEEDY FAMILIES 

CHRISTMAS, N.C, DEPRESSION 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, DURHAM, DEPRESSION 
SEE ALSO DEPRESSION (EMOTIONAL STATE) 

SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 

CHRISTMAS NOT ALWAYS SEASON OF GOOD CHEER 

CHRISTMAS, SALES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO RETAIL SALES 

MERCHANTS APPEAL FOR HOLIDAY WORKERS 

IMPORTANCE OF CHRISTMAS SALES VARIES 

LOCAL RETAILERS EXPECT CROWDS TO APPEAR FRIDAY 

DURHAM SHOPPERS GOBBLE UP BARGAINS 

LOTS OF SHOPPERS FLOCK TO STORES IN DURHAM... 

STORES EXTENDING WEEKEND HOURS TO RECOUP LOSSES 

'ATYPICAL YEAR' GREETS CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS 

GOING MALLING AT CHRISTMAS TAKES TOLL ON BODY AND SOUL 

POST-HOLIDAY THAW FILLS MALLS WITH SHOPPERS 

EARLY SHOPPER 

CHRISTMAS CANDLELIGHT TOUR OF HISTORIC HOMES IN CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO HOUSE TOURS 
CHRISTMAS BY CANDLELIGHT _ 

ICE PROVIDES ATMOSPHERE FOR CHRISTMAS HOUSE TOUR 

CHRISTMAS CARDS 

COACH K OPENS DUKE'S ANNUAL HOLIDAY-CARD CAMPAIGN 
SIXTH-GRADE ART WINNER HELPS KICK OFF HOLIDAY CARD CAMPAIGN 
$10 CHRISTMAS CARD OF DOWNTOWN SCENE DESIGNED TO WARM HOMELESS 
HOSPITAL'S CARD PROJECT AIMED AT CHILDREN'S NEEDS 
HALKOTIS DISTRIBUTES GREETING CARDS 
GETTING A JUMP 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL (BOOK AND PLAY) _ „ , 

RALEIGH 'CHRISTMAS CAROL' IS MOVING TO CHAPEL HILL 

CHRISTMAS CHEER _ 

BURLINGTON EMPLOYEES HELPED 12 NEEDY FAMILIES 

CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS 
SEE ALSO CRAFTS 
ON TO VALENTINE'S DAY 
LOOKING LIKE CHRISTMAS IN DURHAM 
THAT'S A WRAP 
CANDY CAME MAN 
SHINING SIGN OF SEASON 



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H 2 12/24/1989 E 1 P F Zll 

H 2 12/25/1989 C 1 N K65 

H 2 12/25/1989 C 1 P N C60 

S 2 12/26/1989 C 1 P P S76 



H 2 12/22/1989 C 
H 2 12/25/1989 A 



N C60 

U U66 



H 
H 
H 
H 

H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 1 



12/01/1989 
12/15/1989 



1 12/21/1989 



12/21/1989 
12/24/1989 
12/24/1989 
12/24/1989 
12/24/1989 
12/29/1989 



F W66 
F W66 
N H60 
N T33 
N U66 
F H90 
F C62 
F M70 
N H60 



CHH 1 12/19/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 11/08/1989 C 
S 2 11/22/1989 A 
H 2 11/23/1989 C 
S 2 11/24/1989 A 
H 2 11/25/1989 C 
H 2 12/15/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 
H 2 12/24/1989 B 
H 2 12/27/1989 A 
S 2 12/27/1989 C 


1 N C60 
1 N E33 
1 N 
1 P N E33 
1 P N N36 
1 N C60 
10 N 
1 U N36 
1 N 
1 P P S76 


CHH 1 11/26/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/11/1989 A 


3 P N W57 
3 N 


S 2 11/01/1989 B 
H 2 11/02/1989 C 
H 2 11/23/1989 C 
CHH 1 11/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/07/1989 A 
S 2 12/30/1989 C 


1 N 
9 P N C60 
1 D N C60 
1 P N 
3 N 
1 P P T37 



H 2 10/17/1989 A 7 N W66 



H 1 12/29/1989 C 1 N H60 



CHH 

H 

S 

H 

H 



1/04/1989 A 
11/23/1989 C 
11/27/1989 C 
11/28/1989 B 
12/08/1989 C 



T44 
T37 
K30 
K30 
T32 



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SUBJECTS 



MAKING IT LOOK LIKE CHRISTMAS 

CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS 

CHRISTMAS RECYCLING PROGRAM EXCEEDS ITS LIMIT 

CHRISTMAS GIFTS 
SEE ALSO TOYS 
SO BE RICH, FOR GOODNESS' SAKE 
MUNCHIES BY MAIL 

LETTER TO SANTAJ HOLD THE PUPPIES 
GIFTS LEFT IN CAR BREED BREAK-INS, POLICE WARN 

WANTED! GIFT WRAP, BOXES for recycling 

CHRISTMAS SIFTS FOR ALL— BOTH THE NAUGHTY AND THE NICE 

ELKS HELP 

CHRISTMAS MUSIC 
SEE ALSO MUSIC 
SING ALONG WITH JIM: HE'LL SUPPLY THE CAROLS 

CHRISTMAS PARADES. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO PARADES 

CHRISTMAS IN JULY? 

SANTA MAKING AN EARLY VISIT 

SANTA CLAUS HELPS ANNOUNCE HERALD-SUN CHRISTMAS PARADE 

SANTA'S VISIT TO ANNOUNCE HERALD-SUN CHRISTMAS PARADE 

CHRISTMAS PARADE DEC. 9 

CHRISTMAS PARADE ENTRIES DUE 

PARADE ENTRIES BEING ACCEPTED 

DURHAM HERALD-SUN NEWSPAPERS CHRISTHAS PARADE 

DURHAM HERALD-SUN CHRISTMAS PARADE 

CHRISTMAS PARADE ROLLS SATURDAY AT 10 A.M. 

PARADE ROUTE CHANGES 

PARADE ALTERS DUKE POWER BUS SCHEDULES 

SANTA CLAUS LOOK-ALIKE HELPING OUT 

COME OUT FOR DURHAM'S PARADE 

SEASONAL PROCESSION KEEPS GETTING BETTER 

THE MAKING OF A FLOAT 

YOUR PARADE PROGRAM 

SLEET, SLUSH BLANKET TRIANGLE 

PARADE POSTPONED 

PARADE ORGANIZERS KEEP AN EYE ON CHANCE OF WEEKEND SNOU 

DOWNTOWN CHRISTMAS PARADE SET SATURDAY 

1989 CHRISTMAS PARADE 

188 ENTRIES LINED UP FOR TODAY'S PARADE 

CHILLED SMILES WARM DURHAM'S YULE PARADE 

PARADE SPONSOR'S FLOAT 

SANTA'S RIGHT AT HOME 

CHRISTMAS PARADES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BUTNER, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 

SEE ALSO ROXBORO, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 
THREE AREA EVENTS GET LIVE TV COVERAGE/PARADE OF PARADES 
IT IS TIME FOR CHRISTMAS PARADES IN AREA'S CITIES AND TOWNS 
TINY GRASSY CREEK HAS A BIG PARADE SCHEDULED SATURDAY 

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING 
SEE CHRISTMAS, SALES 

CHRISTMAS TREES 

SEE ALSO LIVING CHRISTMAS TREE 
SEE ALSO TREES 

CRIME VICTIMS SUPPORT GROUP PLANS SPECIAL CHRISTMAS TREE, FLAG 

TREE LIGHTING TODAY 

LOT 0' TREES 

EXPERTS SAY RED CEDAR GOOD CHOICE FOR CHRISTMAS TREE 

'FANCY' CONIFERS GEMS DOWN HOME 

EXECUTIVE MANSION IN HOLIDAY BEST 

TREED 



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H 2 12/17/1989 E 15 P U 
S 2 12/23/1989 A 5 P P T32 
CHH 1 12/30/1989 A 3 N M70 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 

S 2 



12/10/1989 E 
12/13/1989 B 
12/16/1989 A 
12/16/1989 C 
12/19/1989 A 
12/24/1989 D 
12/26/1989 C 



N Zll 
N Zll 
E 

NC47 
N M70 
U L40 
P C45 



H 2 12/22/1989 D 5 P F B71 



CHH 1 



7/15/1989 C 
7/16/1989 B 
7/21/1989 A 
7/22/1989 C 
9/09/1989 C 
10/24/1989 A 
11/01/1989 A 
11/05/1989 E 
12/03/1989 D 
12/06/1989 C 
12/06/1989 B 
12/06/1989 B 
12/07/1989 B 
12/08/1989 A 
12/08/1989 D 
12/08/1989 D 
12/08/1989 D 
12/09/1989 A 
12/09/1989 A 
12/14/1989 B 
12/15/1989 C 
12/15/1989 D 
12/16/1989 C 
12/17/1989 A 
12/17/1989 B 
12/18/1989 C 



N 

N 

N T77 

N S22 

N 

N 

N 

A 

A 

N C47 

N 

N 

N R63 

E 

F S56 

F S56 

I 

N 

N 

N 

N 



13 M I 
1 N 
1 P N 046 
1 P P C45 
1 P P C45 



H 2 11/17/1989 D 20 U M60 
H 1 11/30/1989 C 1 N H60 
H 1 12/07/1989 B 1 N H60 



H 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

CHH 



11/25/1989 
12/02/1989 
12/02/1989 
12/07/1989 
12/10/1989 
12/12/1989 
12/15/1989 



N S82 
P L38 
P M66 
N 
U 

U W15 
P L38 



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last chance 

city to 'recycle' christmas trees 

durham sanatation department yill recycle christmas trees 

chronic illness 
see also children, diseases 

see also diseases (see also names of specific diseases) 
see also health care 

WORKSHOP SET FOR TEACHERS OF CHRONICALLY ILL 

CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

BRODIE'S SALARY RANKS 9TH AMONG U.S. SCHOOLS 
DUKE'S BRQDIE GIVES $78,000 TO UNIVERSITY 

CHUCK DAVIS DANCE CO. 
CROSS CULTURES 
•TASTE OF AFRICA' DANCE LITERAL WITH NATIVE FOOD 

CHUKKER DOWNS POLO CLUB 

DURHAM POLO PARTICULARLY POPULAR 

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 
SEE MORMONS 

CHURCH OF THE RECONCILIATION 

CRECHE PROTESTS U.S. AID TO EL SALVADOR 

CHURCH SCHOOLS 

SEE PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

CHURCH WORLD SERVICE 

DURHAM HELPING HURRICANE VICTIMS 

CHURCHES, CHAPEL HTLL 

COUNCIL MEMBER RESIGNS AS PASTOR 

CHURCHES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO URBAN MINISTRIES CENTER 
GARDNER WILL SPEAK TO SIKHS ON SUNDAY 
CHURCH WILL INSTALL PASTOR ON SUNDAY 
BRAGGTOWN BAPTIST MINISTER RESIGNS 
SEMINARY PRESIDENT WILL GIVE LECTURES AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 

METHODIST CHURCHES TO EMPHASIZE MISSIONS _ 

DURHAM CHURCH'S CENTENNIAL MAY MARK BIRTH OF MODERN PENTECOSTALISM 

DURHAM'S CROP WALK SUNDAY A SIGHTSEEING TOUR FOR HUNGER CAUSES 

MCMANNEN MEMBER ELECTED NATIONAL PRESIDENT OF UNITED METHODIST MEN 

CHURCHES SHOW UNITY IN MARCH 

DR. CAMPOLO TO SPEAK IN DUKE CHAPEL SUNDAY 

KYLES TEMPLE CHURCH NAMES NEW MINISTER 

WOMEN IN EPISCOPAL DIOCESE WILL MEET 

DR. BRODIE TO BE FIRST DUKE PRESIDENT TO ADDRESS MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE 

CORRECTION 

METHODIST HYMNAL WILL BE INTRODUCED DURING MEETING OF BISHOPS 

MINISTER COMPLETES OLD TESTAMENT BOOK 

LENOIR-RHYNE COLLEGE HONORS RETIREIl DURHAM LUTHERAN MINISTER 
INTER-FAITH GROUP ORGANIZES TO AID TORNADO VICTIMS 
POLICE LOG/WEAK-INS REPORTED AT SEVERAL DURHAM CHURCHES 
ENERGY CORP., DUKE ENDOWMENT HELP CHURCH PATCH UP PROBLEMS 

CHURCHES, DURHAM, HISTORY „ „, 

HISTORY OF DURHAM CHURCHES OLDER THAN CITY ITSELF (CORRECTED 4-20-89) 
CORRECTION 

CHURCHES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BLACK CHURCHES 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS, CHURCH OPERATED 

DO-IT-YOURSELF MAN DISMANTLES CHURCH, BUILDS HOME 

expert: CHURCHES NOT FIGHTING POVERTY 

STILL COUNTRY AT HEART; LOCAL CHURCH COMPLETES NDJ AUDITION 

COMING HOME TO HISTORY; HILLSBOROUGH CHURCH ENTERS 123RD YEAR 



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S 2 12/21/1989 B 1 P P K30 
S 2 12/27/1989 C 1 N H65 
H 2 12/29/1989 C 6 N 



H 2 10/06/1989 C 2 N 



H 2 9/24/1989 A 1 N N36 
S 2 9/25/1989 A 1 N S92 



S 2 7/21/1989 C 1 P P K30 
H 2 10/01/1989 B 7 R L59 



S 2 9/19/1989 D 5 P F M06 

CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 3 P N S17 

S 2 9/28/1989 A 1 N E33 

CHH 1 8/04/1989 A 3 N M70 



H 


2 


1/14/1989 A 


7 P I 


H 


2 


1/21/1989 A 


9 P N 


H 


2 


2/11/1989 A 


7 P N 


H 


2 


2/18/1989 A 


7 P N 


H 


2 


2/18/1989 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


3/04/1989 A 


8 N A20 


H 


2 


3/11/1989 A 


7 P N 


H 


2 


3/18/1989 A 


7 P N 


H 


2 


3/31/1989 A 


9 P N S69 


H 


2 


4/01/1989 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 A 


9 P N 


H 


2 


4/15/1989 A 


7 P N 


H 


2 


4/22/1989 A 


7 N 


S 


2 


4/25/1989 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


4/29/1989 A 


9 P N 


H 


2 


5/13/1989 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


5/20/1989 A 


77 N 


H 


2 


5/27/1989 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


7/26/1989 C 


3 N M51 


H 


2 


7/29/1989 A 


7 P N K65 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 C 


6 F Yll 


S 


2 


4/20/1989 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


2/06/1989 C 


3 P N 


CHH 


1 


4/23/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 


1 


7/31/1989 A 


1 P N D38 


CHH 


1 


8/19/1989 A 


1 P N H90 



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CHURCH DEDICATION ATTRACTS 4,500 

CHURTON STREET (HILLSBOROUGH, N.C.) 

TASK FORCE PROPOSED AS CRUISING SOLUTION 

CRITICS WOULD BYPASS NEW ROAD 

CHURTON ST. TO GET NEW TRAFFIC LIGHT 

THE HILLSBOROUGH SHUFFLE; DOWNTOWN SHOPS ARE MOVING IN, OUT AND ABOUT 

CIBA-GEIGY CORP. 

CIBA-GEIGY COMPLETES PROJECT IN RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 



H 2 12/12/1989 C 12 N 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



2/09/1989 
8/09/1989 
8/23/1989 
9/09/1989 



3 N R63 
1 H N D38 
1 P N H90 

3 P N H90 



H 2 4/30/1989 D 6 N 



CIGARETTES 

SEE ALSO GENERIC CIGARE TTES 

SEE ALSO SMOKELESS CIGARETTES 

SEE ALSO SMOKING 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, HEALTH EFFECTS 

'THOUSANDS OF THEM '/DOWNTOWN GROUP ADDRESSES PLETHORA OF CIGARETTE BUTTS CHH 1 
DOUBLE WHAMMY OF DOUBLE STANDARDS CHH 1 

CIGARETTES, HEALTH EFFE CTS 
SEE TOBACCO, HEALTH EFFECTS 



9/29/1989 A 
10/31/1989 A 



CIGARETTES, SALES 

'NO BIG DEAL'/TEENS BUY CIGARETTES! ADULTS SELL THEM-DESPITE THE LAW 

N.C. TEENS SMOKE, CHEW REGARDLESS OF HAZARDS 

PEER PRESSURE MAY START IT) ADDICTION WON'T LET IT STOP 

CIGARETTES, TAXES 

SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

TAX EYED ON WHOLESALE PRICE OF CIGARETTES 

MARTIN OPPOSES CIGARETTE TAX INCREASE 

MILLER, PRESS ASSOCIATION URGE MORE OFENJCSS BY LEGISLATURE 

SENATORS QUICKLY KILL BILL TO RAISE CIGARETTE TAXES 

CIGARETTES, THEFT 

POLICE LOG/3 CHARGED IN CIGARETTE THEFT 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH LARCENY AFTER CHASE 
POLICE LOG/MEN CHARGED WITH STEALING CIGARETTES 
POLICE L06/B0Y,9, TREATED AFTER SHOT BY BB GUN 
POLICE LOG/SHOOTING EX-OFFICER'S CAR CHARGED 
STORE BREAK-IN 

CIMARRON CAPITAL, INC. 

1ST DURHAM HOMES HAKE DEBUT IN AFFORDABLE-HOUSING PROGRAM 

CIMARRON HOMES 

CIMARRON HOMES OFFERS SPECIAL PRICE TO BUYERS 

CIOMPI QUARTET 

SEE ALSO MUSICIANS 
ECLECTIC DVORAK KEEPS ITS BALANCE 

THE CIRCLE (PLAY) 

ANOTHER PRE-BROADWAY PLAY HEADED FOR DUKE 

'THE CIRCLE' COMES AROUND AGAIN 

AN OLD 'CIRCLE' BRINGS STARS BACK TO BROADWAY 

IRONY REPLACES SHOCK VALUE IN REVIVED 'CIRCLE' 

ACTORS PREPARE TO ENTER 'THE CIRCLE' 

'CIRCLE' ACTORS PLEASED TO BE AWAY FROM MANHATTAN GLOOM 

IN A WHIRL 

VETERAN ACTORS, REST OF CAST MAKE 'CIRCLE' RING WITH EMOTION 

'THE CIRCLE': WORKING PROS IN A HOT GIG 

CIRCLE K CONVENIENCE STORE 

STORE DROPS FROM SUIT AGAINST CARRBORO 
CIRCLE K LAWSUIT IS DROPPED 
CARRBORO CIRCLE K LAWSUIT BEFORE APPEALS COURT 
CARRBORO REITERATES CIRCLE K ARGUMENT 
GROUP ENTERS ZONING DEBATE 



CHH 1 10/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/29/1989 A 



H 2 3/02/1989 B 

H 2 3/03/1989 A 

H 2 4/25/1989 C 

H 2 4/26/1989 A 



3 P N S17 

4 E 



1 P N 
1 N 
1 N 



5 N 
16 N 

8 P N 
12 N 



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



3/24/1989 A 
3/24/1989 A 
4/13/1989 A 
9/04/1989 A 
10/18/1989 C 
11/01/1989 C 



7 
7 
2 
12 
1 
1 



N 
N 
N 

N M51 
NM51 
N S22 



S 2 9/29/1989 C 1 N E33 
H 2 7/23/1989 F 1 N 

H 2 5/21/1989 E 12 R D10 



7/20/1989 C 
8/31/1989 B 
9/03/1989 E 
9/08/1989 D 
9/09/1989 B 
9/10/1989 E 
9/20/1989 B 
9/20/1989 B 
9/21/1989 B 



N 

N B71 

F 
P10 
B71 
S56 
S73 
B77 
M31 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



5/03/1989 

5/05/1989 

10/28/1989 

11/15/1989 

12/01/1989 



2 N 042 

3 N 

1 P N C62 
1 N C62 
3 N C62 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX B 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



TOWN TO DEBATE CONVENIENCE STORE REZONING 
CARRBORO REZONINO REQUIRES 6 'YESES' 

CARRBORO DEVELOPER FORESEES SCANT HOPE FOR CONVENIENCE STORE 

CIRa ToCAL°PHYSICIAN LAUDS REPORT ON INFANT CIRCUMCISIONS 

CISCO, CHARLIE AND CHANG (RESTAURANT) 

NO BOREDOM NOR BLANDNESS AT CISCO, CHARLIE & CHANG 

CITIES, N.C., SALARIES 

^ITY WORKERS' PAY LOU; COUNCIL'S HIGH - AMONG 5 N.C. CITIES 
INACCURATE PAY REPORTS BLAMED ON GLITCH IN CITY'S COMPUTER 
MAKE JOB MORE INVITINe 

CITIZEN OF THE YEAR 

CITIZEN OF THE YEAR 

CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

HOUSING PROGRAM RULES MAY CHANGE 

CITIZENS AGAINST THE COLLIDER HERE (CATCH) 
SEE ALSO SUPERCONDUCTING SUPER COLLIDER 
COLLIDER BID COST STATE tt.5 MILLION 

CITIZEN'S ARREST „, 

WITNESSES CATCH SUSPECT, RECOVER MONEY 

CITIZENS FOR AIRPORT PLANNING (CHAPEL HILL) 

NEIGHBORS RESIGNED TO CHANGING HORACE WILLIAMS 

OPPOSITION VOWS TO REMAIN ACTIVE 

RUNWAY PLANS LEAVE CITIZENS' GROUP SKEPTICAL 

LOCAL FLYING CLUB DISPUTES OPPONENTS ; CRITICISMS SAID UNFAIR 

TOWN CONSIDERS AIRPORT DEBATE 

TOWN MAY REQUEST AIRPORT LIMITS 

CAP DROPS AIRPORT MOVE ISSUE „ mmmr 

AIRPORT ADVOCATES SAY HORACE WILLIAMS HAS MAJORITYjajPfORT 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN CAUTIOUS ON HORACE WILLIAMS AIRPORT DISPUTE 

CITIZENS FOR GOOD CITY LAW ENFORCEMENT 
SEE ALSO DURHAM POLICE DEPT. 
LASSITER DEMANDS POWELL FIRE HAMPTON 
LASSITER GROUP DEMANDS CITY FIRE HAMPTON 

HAMPTON DENIES CHARGES IN REPORT 

HAMPTON BLASTS OUSTER EFFORT AS RACIAL ISSUE 

POLICE CHIEF SAYS OUSTER MOVE RACIALLY MOTIVATED 

LASSITER LASHES OUT AT HAMPTON'S HARANGUE mirnT _ 

3,500 REPORTEDLY SIGN PETITION TO OUST DURHAM POLICE CHIEF 

NOTICE, CITIZENS FOR GOOD LAW ENFORCEMENT (AD) 

POWELL WILL NOT FIRE HAMPTON 

LASSITER RALLIES VOTERS TO OUST HAMPTON 

LASSITER SEEKS COUNCIL SHAKEUP 

CITIZENS FOR TRADITIONAL MORAL GOVERNMENT 
SURVEY OUT OF PLACE IN DURHAM ELECTION 

CITRUS BOWL 

SEE ALSO COLLEGE BOWLS 
CITRUS BOWL RESERVES OPTION ON ACC CHAMP __ 
CITRUS BOWL NOT RULING OUT INVITATION FOR TEAM FROM ACC 

Cin ART GALLERY (RALEIGH) 

SEE Cin GALLERY OF CONTEMPORARY ART, RALEIGH 

CITY GALLERY OF CONTEMPORARY ART, RALEIGH 
THE FULL CIRCLE IN BLACK AND WHITE 



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CHH 1 12/11/1989 A 1 M N C62 

CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 3 N C62 

CHH 1 12/13/1989 A 3 N C62 

CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 1 P N C62 



CHH 1 3/13/1989 A 3 N L90 
H 2 8/25/1989 D 5 P R D77 



S 2 3/17/1989 A 1 C N H70 
S 2 5/02/1989 A 1 N S78 
H 2 6/18/1989 D 4 C E 



S 2 9/15/1989 A 11 P P S73 

S 2 8/28/1989 C 1 N C61 

H 2 1/01/1989 C 15 N 

H 2 4/18/1989 B 1 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 



5/21/1989 
7/11/1989 
8/08/1989 
8/18/1989 
8/24/1989 
8/25/1989 
9/05/1989 
9/08/1989 
9/17/1989 



1 M N S17 



5/24/1989 
5/25/1989 
5/25/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/27/1989 
6/07/1989 B 
6/07/1989 D 
6/15/1989 A 
6/20/1989 A 
6/20/1989 A 



N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N C62 
N M70 
N S17 
N M20 
N C62 



N C61 
N M51 
N C61 
N C47 
N C61 
N S69 
N C61 
A 

N C61 
N M51 
N B53 



S 2 10/30/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 10/12/1989 B 
H 2 11/02/1989 C 



1 P U F25 
4 N 



H 2 10/08/1989 E 8 P R G68 



CITY OF MEDICINE 



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Y/ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12^51/1989 



SUBJECTS 



SEE DURHAM, N.C., MEDICAL INDUSTRY 

CITY OF MEDICINE AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., MEDICAL INDUSTRY 

CITY OF MEDICINE NOMINATIONS OPEN 

KOOP, 2 OTHERS WIN CITY OF MEDICINE AWARDS 

KOOP HEADLINES CITY OF MEDICINE AWARDS BANQUET TONIGHT 

3 GET Cin OF MEDICINE AWARDS 

CITY OF MEDICINE HONORS 3 DOCTORS 

CITY OF MEDICINE ROAD RACE 

SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 
THEY'RE OFF! 
PRABUCKI WINS 5K ROAD RACE 

CITY PLANNERS AND ARCHITECTS (CHAPEL HILL, N,C.) 
WESTCOURT, ARCHITECTS GO TO COURT 

CIVIC CENTER 

SEE DURHAM, N.C., CIVIC CENTER PROPOSAL 
SEE DURHAM CIVIC CENTER (OLD) 

CIVIC HONOR AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

CONGRATULATIONS, H.C. CRANFORD JR. 

CRANFORD RECEIVES CHAMBER AWARD 

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

CRANFORD DESERVES TOP CHAMBER AWARD 

CIVIL DEFENSE 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY CIVIL PREPAREDNESS 

CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE 

SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 
SEE ALSO DISORDERLY CONDUCT 
MARCH REKINDLES SPIRIT OF NON-VIOLENCE 

CIVIL RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

SEE ALSO HUMAN RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO U.S. OFFICE OF CIVIL RIGHTS 

COURT RULINGS DOMINATE GRIM NAACP MEETING 

LUCAS' NOMINATION IGNORES ETHICS THEME 

UNC CIVIL LIBERTIES FORUM SCHEDULED 

COMMISSION PUSHES COUNTY CIVIL RIGHTS LAW 

CIVIL RIGHTS ACT 

PRESS ON FOR CIVIL RIGHTS 

RIGHTS ACT IN '641 DURHAM'S DREAM ON PAPER/THE NEW DAY - THEN (, NOW 

SOME SEE GAINS OF 1964 ACT ERODING 

DURHAM ACTIVISM BEGAN BEFORE 1960 

CIVIL RIGHTS ACT CULMINATION OF FOUR YEARS OF EFFORT 

25 YEARS OF MATURING 

CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO THE NEW DAYS THEN AND NOW 
CIVIL RIGHTS DEMONSTRATORS TO REUNITE 
MARTIN LUTHER KING'S VISITS INSPIRED H.M. MICHAUX 
ACTIVISTS SAY KING'S HOPE UNFULFILLED 
MEMORY OF KING KEEPS RACIAL JUSTICE GOAL ALIVE 
YEARS LATER, ACTIVISTS MEET IN DURHAM 
DURHAM TAKES TIME TO RECALL KING'S EFFORTS 
MARCHERS URGED TO KEEP DREAM ALIVE 

GREENSBORO LUNCH-COUNTER PROTESTER MARKS MARTIN LUTHER KING BIRTHDAY 
BLACK HISTORY/CHAPEL HILL HAD BIG ROLE IN MOVEMENT 
JULIAN BOND SAYS BLACK PEOPLE RISK LOSING CIVIL RIGHTS GAINS 
CIVIL RIGHTS BATTLES TO SHIFT TO NEW FRONTS 
SERVICE TO HONOR CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS 



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5/24/1989 B 

9/28/1989 A 

10/25/1989 C 

10/26/1989 A 

10/26/1989 A 



N 

N S22 
N C60 
N C60 
N E33 



H 2 5/08/1989 B 1 P P C45 
S 2 5/08/1989 A 6 N 



CHH 1 5/27/1989 A 1 N H90 



2 3/15/1989 A 

2 3/15/1989 C 

2 3/15/1989 A 

2 3/16/1989 A 



4 E 
1 P N C47 
1 P N M06 
4 E 



S 2 2/10/1989 A 6 P F S27 



H 2 7/16/1989 B 1 N C47 

S 2 7/20/1989 A 4 E 

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

CHH 1 12/31/1989 A 1 P N H90 



H 


2 


1/04/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 A 


1 P F N36 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 A 


6 P F S22 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 A 


8 F N36 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 A 


9 P F N36 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 D 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/07/1989 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


1/13/1989 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 


1/16/1989 A 


1 P N C47 


S 


2 


1/16/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/17/1989 A 


1 P N C47 


S 


2 


1/17/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 


1/17/1989 A 


1 N H65 


CHH 1 


1/23/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


2/05/1989 A 


1 N H90 


H 


2 


4/11/1989 C 


6 N S17 


S 


2 


5/29/1989 A 


7 F YU 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 A 


12 N 



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



5UBJE 



CIVIL RIGHTS l£TERANS TO GAT>€R AT NCCU 

FARMER? REDOUBLE EFFORTS TO FIGHT RACISM _ 

RIGHTS ACT IN '645 DURHAM'S DREAM ON PAPER/THE NEW DAY - THEN i NOW 
SOME SEE GAINS OF 1964 ACT ERODING 

DURHAM ACTIVISM BEGAN BEFORE 1960 

CIVIL RIGHTS ACT CULMINATION OF FOUR YEARS OF EFFORT 

18 YEARS AFTER CHANGE OF HEART, KLAN TAG STILL HAUNTS HIM 

A LOOK BACK/CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS 

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

CIVIL SERVICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMPLOYEES 

THORNBURG: IT'S UNFAIR BUT FEDERAL RETIREES CANNOT GET REFUNDS 
LETTING FEDERAL RETIREES OFF TAX HOOK COULD COST STATE *100 MILLION... 
LATE TAX FILERS GET A BREAK 
HOUSE, SENATE PANELS APPROVE PENSION BILLS 

CIVIL WAR HISTORY 

SEE ALSO CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS 

SEE ALSO EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION 

SEE ALSO N.C., HISTORY 

SEE ALSO SLAVERY 

SEE ALSO UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY _ 
GRANVILLE CONFEDERATE HERO FINALLY GETS MEDAL OF HONOR 

CONFEDERATE FLAGS SYMBOLS OF COURAGE-AND SADNESS _ a ^, 

PENNY WINDLER KEEPS CONFEDERATE HISTORY ALIVE/THE DURHAM SUN 100 YEARS 

SOUTH FAILS (AGAIN) TO RISE AT BENNETT PLACE 

HOW IT WAS 

EXHIBIT FOCUSES ON CHANGING ROLES OF BLACKS 

HONOR FOR DURHAM'S GEN. JULIAN CARR 

ANOTHER ENDING TO THE CIVIL WAR! AUTHOR WANTS DURHAM'S BENNETT PLACE... 
ALLAN GURGANUS TELLS ALMOST ALL IN HIS FIRST NOVEL _ 
A TIMELY TOME; 'WIDOW' AUTHOR SAYS NOVEL DRAWS FROM EXPERIENCES _ 
'DAWN OF PEACE' DESCRIBES BENNETT PLACE SIGNIFICANCE FOR ANNIVERSARY... 

CIVITAN CITIZENSHIP AWARDS 
TOP CIVITAN 

CIVITAN INTERNATIONAL 

CIVITAN INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT IN DURHAM 

CLAIRE'S (RESTAURANT) 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, DURHAM 
CLAIRE'S (AD) 
CLAIRE'S RESTAURANT 

CLAMBAKE 

CLAMBAKE) GETTING READY FOR ONE IS LITERALLY THE PITS, BUT THE REWARD.., 

CLARA'S HEART (FILM) 

IN 'CLARA'S HEART,' GOLDBERG AGAIN SUFFERS QUIET TORMENT 

CLARE BOOTH LUCE VISITING PROFESSOR PROGRAM 
LUCE VISITING PROFESSOR NAMED 

CLARK AND SORRELL 

HAPPY 100TH DURHAM SUN; CLARK & SORRELL (AD) 

CLARKSVILLE, VIRGINIA 

COAL POWER PLANT TO BE BUILT IN VA. 

CLASS ACT LIMOUSINE SERVICE 
SEE ALSO LIMOUSINES 
LIMOUSINE SERVICE BURNS 

LIMO SERVICE BURNS 

LIMO SERVICE CO. FIRE 'SUSPICIOUS,' OFFICIALS SAY 

CLASS ACTION SUITS 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, N.C, 



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P 


E 

D 


S I T 
E L Y 
—DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 2 6/17/1989 C 
H 2 6/18/1989 B 
H 2 7/02/1989 A 
H 2 7/02/1989 A 
H 2 7/02/1989 A 
H 2 7/02/1989 A 
H 2 7/02/1989 B 
CHH 1 8/31/1989 A 
H 2 10/21/1989 A 


1 N 

1 P N R63 
1 P F N36 

6 P F S22 

8 F N36 

9 P F N36 
1 P U N36 

7 P P 

1 P N S22 


H 
H 
H 
H 


2 
2 
2 

2 


4/12/1989 B 
4/17/1989 C 
4/22/1989 A 
7/06/1989 A 


5 N 

1 N 

4 E 

10 P N 



H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

CHH 

H 



2/23/1989 C 
3/05/1989 B 
3/08/1989 B 
4/24/1989 C 
4/24/1989 
5/18/1989 
7/09/1989 
7/11/1989 
9/28/1989 
10/10/1989 
12/31/1989 



N H60 



N36 

G59 

P41 

K30 

G59 

U L57 

F W66 

F B71 

N H90 

U H45 



S 2 11/18/1989 C 4 P P R56 
S 2 4/24/1989 C 3 P N 



CHH 



2 4/19/1989 G 8 A 
2 10/27/1989 D 11 P P R56 



2 5/03/1989 B 1 P F S56 

2 8/04/1989 D 4 P R L59 

1 8/30/1989 A 7 N 

2 4/19/1989 H 4 A 

2 8/18/1989 A 1 N S78 



2 1/05/1989 C 1 P P S73 
2 1/05/1989 C 1 P P S73 
2 1/06/1989 C 1 N 



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SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, U.S. 
57 EX-STATE EMPLOYEES LOSE DECISION IN ILLEGAL FIRING SUIT 
SUIT SAYS JAIL INMATES FACE LIFE-THREATENING CONDITIONS 

CLASS REUNIONS (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE REUNIONS (OTHER THAN FAMILY) 

CLEAN AIR ACT 

SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTION 
TRIANGLE'S AFFORDABLE HOUSING UOES ON AGENDA IN CONGRESS, PRICE SAYS 
N.C. HERITAGE RIDES ON CLEAR AIR ACT 

CLEAN UP THE STREETS (CUTS) 

SEE ALSO CRIME PREVENTION 

SEE ALSO GARBAGE COLLECTION, DURHAM 
NEW PROGRAM BOOSTS CITY'S ANTI-CRIME EFFORT 
TRASH SQUAD} SANITATION WORKERS NEW 'EYES' FOR POLICE 

CLEAN WATER FUND OF N.C. 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

CLEANING FLUID 

OLD SALEM DEMONSTRATES A COLONIAL CLEANING FLUID 

CLEANSCAPE 

APRIL 22 DECLARED GLITTER DAY 

CLEMENTS FUNERAL HOME 

TOP HAT MAY CLOSE WEDNESDAY 
GRILL TO HANG HAT IN NEW LOCATION 

CLEHSON UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (HEN) 
MONROE KEYS NO. 16 PACK OVER CLEMSON 
CLEHSON SUSPENDS SEVEN PLAYERS FOR DUKE GAME 
BLUE DEVILS SLAP HELPLESS TIGERS 
BLUE DEVILS FIND DEFENSIVE SPARK 
TIGERS TAKE THEIR LUMPS 
ELLIS PUTS ATHLETICS IN PROPER PERSPECTIVE 
TIGERS FIRED UP FOR HEELS' VISIT 
TIGERS SCRATCH NO. 3 TAR HEELS 
FIRETMP TIGERS BURN HEELS 
DALE DAVIS 'HAPPENS' VS. STUNNED TAR HEELS 
PACK ROUTS TIGERS, 90-75 
WOLFPACK TURNS UP THE HEAT ON TIGERS 
TIGERS MAKE JOURNEY LOOKING TO SNAP 0-FOR-CHAPEL HILL SKID 
BUCKNALL'S 30 LIFT 5TH-RANKED HEELS 
DEVILS, TIGERS IN SHOWDOWN 
TIGERS POWER BY 9TH-KANKED DUKE 
TIGERS DUNK BLUE DEVILS 
DEVILS, TIGERS HAVE DIFFERENT TOURNEY GOALS 
TIGERS' ELLIS DUE 

CAVS BURY CLEMSON, CLAIM LAST BERTH IN SEMIFINALS 
CAVS' WIN OVER TIGERS COMPLETES DAY OF ROMPS 
ELLIS SEES TIGERS ON THE VERGE OF SOMETHING BIG 
TIGERS TURN BACK PROVIDENCE IN CLASSIC CONFRONTATION 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
RESPONSIBILITY 

'PACK, CAVS TO CHALLENGE TIGERS IN ACC RACE 
CLEMSON'S REFRAIN? NOTHING FANCY, JUST BUNCH OF UINS 
FORD EXPECTS A '5-0' EFFORT WHEN TIGERS TRAVEL TO DUKE 
FORD'S TIGERS A CUT ABOVE 
DUKE POSTS SURPRISE VICTORY 
BLUE DEVILS STUN NO. 7 CLEMSON, 21-17 
BLUE DEVILS GOT A BIG BOOST FROM FRESH FACES IN LINEUP 
BLUE DEVILS' UPSET OF CLEMSON WON'T SOON BE FORGOTTEN 
WOW! BLUE DEVILS STUN TIGERS 
DUKE DEFENSE RISES TO THE OCCASION 
BLUE DEVILS END LONG DROUGHT IN RAIN 
LINGERIE, MOTIVATION, BUS RIDES: THEY ALL PLAYED PART IN DUKE'S WIN 



H 2 4/04/1989 C 3 N 
H 2 6/09/1989 C 1 N S82 



CHH 1 8/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/16/1989 A 



2 1/27/1989 A 
2 1/28/1989 C 



S 2 11/20/1989 A 
S 2 11/21/1989 A 



1/06/1989 B 
1/29/1989 C 
1/30/1989 B 
1/30/1989 D 
1/30/1989 B 
1/31/1989 A 
2/01/1989 D 
2/02/1989 D 
2/02/1989 B 
2/02/1989 B 
2/16/1989 D 
2/16/1989 B 
2/25/1989 D 
2/26/1989 C 
3/01/1989 B 
3/02/1989 D 
3/02/1989 B 
3/03/1989 D 
3/10/1989 D 
3/11/1989 D 
3/11/1989 B 
11/15/1989 D 
12/07/1989 B 



2 8/18/1989 D 
2 8/23/1989 D 
2 8/24/1989 D 
2 9/27/1989 D 
2 9/29/1989 D 
2 10/01/1989 A 
2 10/01/1989 C 
2 10/01/1989 C 
2 10/02/1989 B 
S 2 10/02/1989 D 
S 2 10/02/1989 D 
2 10/02/1989 D 
2 10/03/1989 B 



8 P N M70 
4 E 



4 E 
1 PN B53 



H 2 11/18/1989 A 2 N 



H 2 9/21/1989 B 1 N 



CHH 1 4/07/1989 A 3 N 



N E33 
N E33 



N C52 
N C52 
N C52 
U F25 

N C52 
E 

N F25 
N C49 
N F25 
N F25 
N M14 
U D18 
N C49 
N C49 
N F25 
N C49 
N F25 
U F25 
U D18 
N M14 
N F25 
N 
N A76 



U F25 
F F25 
F 
N 

U D18 
P L38 
N C49 
N C49 
N M88 
U D18 
N D18 
N A76 
U C49 



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DUKE'S OFFENSIVE SUCCESS VS. TIGERS CENTERS ON METTS 

AN UPSETTING UPSET 

CLEMSON CRUNCHES NO. 12 UOLFPACK 

UNC ATTACK FIZZLES BEFORE TIGERS' CHARGE 

TIGERS HAUL MISTAKE-PRONE HEELS 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS, GOLF __ 

CLEHSON'S PENLEY: OKLAHOMA BEHIND NCAA DECISION 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS, SOCCER 
SFF M_SO SOCCER 
ACC TEAMS BEGIN SHOWDOWN FOR LEAGUE TITLE, NCAA BIDS/CLEMSON, DUKE... 

CLEVELAND BROWNS 

BROWNS CHOOSE EX-TAR HEEL CARSON 
BUD CARSON DESERVES BROWNS' JOB 

CLIFTON SATELLITE SYSTEMS .DC. 

CUFTON SATELLITE SYSTEMS, INC. (AD) 

CLOTHING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC ARTICLES OF CLOTHING) 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN'S CLOTHING 
SEE ALSO FASHION 
SEE ALSO LINGERIE 
SEE ALSO PROTECTIVE CLOTHING 
SEE ALSO SHOES 
SEE ALSO UNIFORMS _ 

DRESSED TO THRILL; SPA CLOTHES COME OF AGE 

POLICE LOG/STORE MISSING OVER *13,000 IN CLOTHING 

CLOWNS 

DURHAM MAN LOVES HIS LIFE AS A CLOWN 
CLOWNS VISIT DUKE PATIENTS 

CLUB BLVD. SCHOOL 

BUNNY EGGS-CITEMENT 

RENOVATIONS TO TOP *24 MILLION 

DC RIVER BECOMES LAB FOR YOUNG STUDENTS 

EAST END PURSUING NEW SCHOOL BUILDING 

SCHOOL CROWDING MAY REQUIRE MOBILE CLASSROOM 

CITY SCHOOLS FALL SHORT OF EXPECTED ENROLLMENT 

CLUB NOVA 

CLUB NOVA TAKES ON MYTHS OF MENTAL ILLNESS m _ 

NOWHERE TO TURN/ LACK OF HOUSING KEEPS PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS IN UNC... 
DEALING UITH MENTAL ILLNESS; DEALING WITH LIFE 
CLUB NOVA TACKLES OBSTACLES ON JOB FRONT 

COACH OF THE YEAR .. .™ 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, COACH OF THE YEAR 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, COACHES 

KNIGHT: NO QUESTION OF FAVORITISM 

KNIGHT! NO QUESTION OF FAVORITISM 

BEPJWU TAKES AWARD, KEEPS EYE ON FUTURE 

BERNARD TAKES AWARD, KEEPS EYE ON FUTURE 



D — DATE- 



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E 
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10/03/1989 D 
10/05/1989 B 
10/22/1989 C 
11/05/1989 C 
11/06/1969 D 



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P N D18 
U F25 

P N H64 
N L22 

P N A76 



H 2 6/18/1989 C 5 P N C49 



H 2 11/02/1989 C 1 P U 



H 2 1/28/1989 D 1PM 
S 2 2/15/1989 D 1 P U D18 



S 2 4/19/1989 H 4 D A 



S 2 10/03/1989 B 
H 2 12/29/1989 C 



2/24/1989 C 
8/24/1989 C 



3/25/1989 A 
4/13/1989 A 
6/05/1989 B 
6/13/1989 A 
9/11/1989 A 
9/12/1989 C 



P F 659 

N R63 



1 P N B71 
3 P P S73 



P S73 
N S92 
N 
N S92 

N S92 
N C47 



CHH 1 7/16/1989 A 3 P N S17 

CHH 1 12/03/1989 A 1 C N S17 

CHH 1 12/03/1989 A 1 P N S17 

CHH 1 12/03/1989 A 1 N S17 



H 2 4/01/1989 D 1 P N M14 

H 2 4/01/1989 D 1 P N C52 

H 2 4/03/1989 B 2 P N C52 

H 2 4/03/1989 B 2 P N M14 



COACHES 

SEE SPORTS, COACHES 

C ^ I a11o^ItVpLANTS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR ELECTRICAL UTILITIES) 
COAL POWER PLANT TO BE BUILT IN VA. S 



COAL MINING 

STRIKING VA. MINER DENIES VIOLENCE USED 

COALITION FOR ALTERNATIVES TO SHEARON HARRIS 
SEE ALSO ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT 
SEE ALSO SHEARON HARRIS NUCLEAR PLANT 
SHEARON HARRIS WATCHDOG COMMITTEE DISBANDS TODAY 



H 2 



8/18/1989 A 
7/28/1989 C 



1 N S78 



1 P N S22 



H 2 6/30/1989 C 1 N K65 



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COALITION OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS SEEKING RACIAL JUSTICE AT DUKE UNIV. 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 

LOVETT: DUKE DISCRIMINATION STUDY PROPOSES 'POSITIVE STEPS' 

LOVETT PRAISES DUKE'S DISCRIMINATION STUDY 

COASTAL BARRIER RESOURCES SYSTEM 

EXPAND COASTAL RESOURCES SYSTEM 

COASTAL CAROLINA COLLEGE (S.C.) SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
UOLFPACK COASTS PAST COASTAL 
'PACK ENJOYS EASY WIN 

COASTAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BEACHES, N.C. AND S.C. 

SEE ALSO BEACHES, N.C. AND S.C, PUBLIC ACCESS 

SEE ALSO BUILDING DEVELOPERS 

SEE ALSO ECONOMIC ALLIANCE OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 

SEE ALSO EROSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. COASTAL RESOURCES COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO OUTER BANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO WILDERNESS AREAS, N.C. 

CAROLINA COASTAL CELEBRATION SLATED THIS WEEKEND IN RALEIGH 

BILL WOULD LIMIT DEVELOPERS ON N.C. COASTAL COMMISSION 

EXPAND COASTAL RESOURCES SYSTEM 

WILL THE CAT PROTECT THE FLOUNDER? 

ENVIRONMENTALISTS WIN ONE 

PILKEY: HUGO HAY SPUR BEACH PROTECTION 

COBB ST. HOUSING PROJECT 
SEE MOREHEAD HILLS 

COBB TERRACE (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

RESIDENTS ASK DELAY OF UNC HOUSE SWAP 
COUNCIL OF STATE DELAYS HOUSE-SWAP DECISION 

COCA-COLA 600 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 
FITTIPALDI, WALTRIP TAKE CHECKERED FLAGS 

COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 
COCA-COLA COLLISION 
TEEN'S SURVEY SPARKS COLA BATTLE AT WEBB HIGH SCHOOL 

COCAINE 

SEE ALSO CRACK 
FANFARE/COACH SUSPENDED 

COCAINE FOUND ON N.C. MAN KILLED IN NEW JERSEY SHOOTING 
N.C. COCAINE DEATHS UP IN '88 
COCAINE DEATHS EDGE UP IN DURHAM, ORANGE COS. 
BUTNER OFFICERS SEIZE UNCUT COCAINE 
COCAINE SEIZED IN MOTEL RAID 
CALIF. MAN ARRESTED ON COCAINE CHARGE 
DRUG CASE EVIDENCE SURGICALLY REMOVED 

MAN WHO SWALLOWED PLASTIC BAGS IS 'STABLE' AFTER SURGERY AT DUKE 
BILL ON VEHICLE TAXES IS QUESTIONED 
HEROIN, COCAINE CONFISCATED BY POLICE,- FOUR MEN CHARGED 
COCAINE SUSPECT ARRESTED FOLLOWING HOSPITAL DISCHARGE 
DURHAM ATTORNEY DISBARRED 
MAN CHARGED WITH POSSESSING COCAINE 
COCAINE CHARGE FOLLOWS SHOOTING ARREST 
MAN FACES COCAINE, STOLEN CAR CHARGES 
POLICE LOG/TWO BROTHERS FACE COCAINE CHARGES 
BONDSMEN FIND DIXON IN N.Y. 

ABUSE PUTS DRUG TRAFFICKING INTO FOREIGN-POLICY LIMELIGHT 
POLICE SAY BOND REFLECTS THREAT VS. VICE OFFICER 
MAN, TWO SONS FACE COCAINE CHARGES 



2 6/14/1989 A 
2 6/15/1989 C 



3 P N 
1 P N 



CHH 1 6/11/1989 A 4 E 



2 1/13/1989 B 1 P N M14 
2 1/13/1989 D 1 P N P52 



H 1 


4/06/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 2 


5/05/1989 A 


14 N 


CHH 1 


6/11/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


9/06/1989 A 


4 E 


8 2 


9/11/1989 A 


3 E 


S 2 


9/25/1989 A 


1 P N S92 



CHH 1 3/07/1989 A 1 P N M70 
CHH 1 3/08/1989 A 1 M N L40 



H 2 5/29/1989 D 1 P N M64 



CHH 1 2/18/1989 A 3 P P L38 
H 2 2/24/1989 A 1 N J40 



H 


2 


1/06/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/19/1989 B 


2 P N 


CHH 1 


1/20/1989 A 


5 P N U80 


S 


2 


1/23/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/14/1989 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


H 


2 


2/25/1989 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


3/05/1989 A 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 


3/06/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/08/1989 D 


12 


N 


H 


2 


3/13/1989 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 


3/14/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/17/1989 A 


1 


N 


s 


2 


3/17/1989 A 


11 


N B53 


H 


2 


3/21/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/26/1989 B 


3 


N 


Ctt 


1 


3/30/1989 A 


2 


N 


S 


2 


3/31/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


CHH 1 


4/10/1989 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 


4/13/1989 A 


15 


N 


H 


1 


4/15/1989 C 


1 


N 



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COUNTY HAN FACES COCAINE CHARGE 

WW'S ARREST MARKS CLOSE OF DRUG STING 

DETECTIVES SAY CAR, COCAINE CONFISCATED FROM DURHAM MAN 

DRU6, TRAFFIC CHARGES FILED AFTER CHASE 

HIGH-SPEED CHASE BRINGS DRUG CHARGES 

NCMH SEES INCREASE IN COCAINE ADMISSIONS 

ARRESTS INVOLVE «300 MILLION IN COCAINE „,„„„, 

POLICE ARREST 'MAJOR PLAYERS' IN DURHAM DRUG SALES 

POLICE! MAN HID COKE IN MOUTH 

DURHAM ARRESTS VICTORY IN BATTLE AGAINST DRUGS 
10TH SUSPECT IN DRUG PROBE TURNS SELF IN 
'DRUG HOUSE' ARREST MADEi 4TH IN PAST YEAR 

POLICE LOG/COUPLE CHARGED WITH TRAFFICKING IN COCAINE 

HOUSE VOTES TO ALLOW SPANKINGS IN CHURCH-RUN DAY-CARE CENTERS 

NURSE, MEDICAL RESIDENT FACING COCAINE CHARGES 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN AWAKENED BY BURGLAR 

DRUG, KIDNAP CHARGES FILED _ , __ 

ONE COCAINE 'HIGH' FOR MOM CAN RUIN BABY'S LIFE 

POLICE LOG/CARRBORO MAN FACING COKE CHARGE 

COCAINE STING NABS STUDENT 

ajKE^DOTrjR^TUmNG^ErTOTS OF COCAINE ON PREGNANT MOTHERS 

COCAINE SEI2ED IN SEAROj ^ Amn/W 

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH COCAINE TRAFFICKING 

SEX OFFENSE CHARGES AGAINST THREE SENT TO GRAND JURY 

4 MEN CHARGED IN COCAINE BUST mMi 

SLAYINGS MAY HELP REDUCE COCAINE DEATHS 

DURHAM STIFFENS COCAINE PENALTY 

POUCE^LOG^OTEL^ffl RESTAURANT ROBBED, THIRD HOLDUP ATTEMPT THWARTED 

DRUG LAW GETS STIFF bR ON OCT. 1 

PUBLIC HOUSING DRUG RAID STAGED 

DURHAM MARIJUANA ARRESTS TOP THOSE FOR COCAINE 

DURHAM POLICE CHARGE 3 IN HIGH-CRIME-AREA 'DRU3 gCP' 

EAST DURHAM DRUG ROUNDUP BRINGS COCAINE, GUN CHARGES 

COCAINE, WEAPONS SEIZED 

POLICE NAB BURNS, CONFISCATE DRUGS 

POUCE € L0GfMAN F CHARGe AFTER BREAK-IN AT 3 BUSINESSES 

POLICE LOG/ROOMING HOUSE BOARDER FACES COCAINE CHARGE 

ALLEGED DRUG DEALER SHOOTS AT OFFICER 

DRUG SUSPECT FIRES AT DURHAM OFFICERS 

POLICE LOG/COCAINE CHARGES LODGED _, 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN INJURED IN STRUGGLE WITH ASSAIUWTS 

GRANDSON SKIPS TOWN; GRANDMOTHER HAS TO FORFEIT HOUSE 

POLICE LOG/DISTURBANCE CHARGE FILED 

JUDGE REFUSES TO CUT LARGE COCAINE BOND 

POLICE LOG/3 MASKED MEN ROB PIZZA HUT 

POLICE LOG/CAR KNOCKS DOWN DOOR OFWPLEX 

LT. GOVERNOR WANTS STUDY OF 'CHILDREN OF COCAINE' 

SURGEON REMOVES EVIDENCE FROM SUSPECT'S INTESTINES 

POLICE LOG/SHOOTING CASE SUSPECT HELD ON '84 CHARGE 

COFFEE 

SEE ALSO TEA 
POPULARITY OF GOURMET COFFEE HEATING UP 
BREWING COFFEE CALLS FOR ARTISTRY 

COGENTRIX OF N.C. 

COGENTRIX HEADS INC.'S GROWTH COMPANY LIST 

COGGIN PONTIAC 

COGGIN PONTIAC (AD) 

COHABITATION 

SEE UNMARRIED COUPLES 

COKER HILLS SUBDIVISION 

KROGER TO HEET WITH STORE OPPONENTS 
RESIDENTS GRILL KROGER OFFICIALS 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



BYL 



A 
A 
C 
A 
C 
A 
A 



S 
E 

—DATE — C -PG 

4/22/1989 C 
4/29/1989 A 
5/10/1989 C 
6/03/1989 C 
6/03/1989 B 
6/05/1989 A 
6/07/1989 
6/08/1989 
6/08/1989 
6/09/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/22/1989 
7/11/1989 .. 
7/13/1989 B 
7/17/1989 B 
7/19/1989 C 
7/19/1989 A 
7/26/1989 D 
7/26/1989 A 
7/27/1989 A 
8/01/1989 B 
8/02/1989 A 
8/09/1989 
8/10/1989 
8/17/1989 
8/19/1989 
8/24/1989 
9/09/1989 
9/09/1989 . 
9/11/1989 B 
9/18/1989 A 
9/30/1989 
10/08/1989 
10/12/1989 
10/25/1989 
10/27/1989 
11/01/1989 .. 
11/02/1989 B 
11/09/1989 C 
11/26/1989 B 
11/29/1989 A 
11/30/1989 A 
12/01/1989 C 
12/07/1989 B 
12/07/1989 B 
12/08/1989 A 
12/08/1989 A 
12/09/1989 C 
12/12/1989 C 
12/12/1989 B 
12/16/1989 C 
12/19/1989 C 



S 2 9/13/1989 C 1 P F G59 
S 2 9/13/1989 C 1 F G59 



H 2 11/26/1989 D 6 N T33 
S 2 4/19/1989 H 3 D A 



CHH 1 5/30/1989 A 1 P N D38 
CHH 1 6/02/1989 A 1 N L90 



H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



A 
A 
C 
C 
C 
A 



1 


N 


3 


N M25 


1 


N 


1 P N C47 


1 


N B53 


1 


N S17 


1 P N B53 


1 


N M51 


4 


N 


4 


E 


6 


N C47 


1 


N M70 


3 


N 


2 


N 


1 


N 


5 


N 


3 


N M70 


10 


N D80 


3 


N 


1 


N M70 


6 


N 


7 


N 


3 


N M70 


3 


N 


1 


N M70 


3 


N N25 


4 


E 


1 


N B53 


1 


N 


6 


N H51 


1 


N S82 


1 


N M70 


1 


N S82 


1 


N B53 


1 


N B53 


1 


N KB 


1 


N B53 


1 


N M51 


1 


N M51 


1 


N M51 


1 


N B53 


1 


N M51 


1 


N S22 


1 


N M51 


1 


N S82 


6 


N 


1 


N B53 


1 


N 


1 


N M51 


1 


P N E33 


1 


N 


1 


N M51 



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COLD WEATHER, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO FROST 
SEE ALSO FROZEN WATER PIPES 
SEE ALSO WEATHER, DURHAM 

DURHAM SHELTERS HOMELESS FROM THE COLD 

HOU COLD WAS IT? 

WINTER'S COLDEST DAY HITS THE TRIANGLE 

DURHAM'S CRAZY WEATHER CONTINUES 

JACK FROST PAYS A LATE VISIT TO NIBBLE ON THE TRIANGLE 

COLD SNAP SETS RECORD AT AIRPORT 

DURHAM GETS ARCTIC CHILL 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS SNARL ICE-GLAZED TRIANGLE 

OLD MAN WINTER TO HAMMER CITY 

FRIGID WEATHER BELTS DURHAM 

DUKE POWER EXPECTING RECORD ELECTRICITY USE 

AS COLD HITS, DURHAM RELIEF EFFORTS NEED CASH 

WARM INSIDE 

WARMTH, FOOD COULD BRING PEACE FOR NEEDY 

ICICLES 

WE GET COLD TOD 

BROKEN WATER LINES SPRINKLE THE AREA 

AREA FACES OIL PRICE INCREASES 

PLUMBERS GET SCANT HOLIDAY 

BROKEN PIPES. LEAKS PLAGUE UNC CAMPUS 

'DRIPPY' IDEA STRAINS AREA WATER SUPPLY 

WINTER WOES 

WINTER WOES 

COLD DECEMBER WIPES OUT EMERGENCY HEATING FUNDS 

COLD WEATHER, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FREEZING DEATHS 
<yr ALSO WEATHER N.C. 

APS GIVES TIPs'to'hELP PROTECT PETS IN COLD WEATHER 

QUALITY OF SPERM HIGHER IN COLD WEATHER - STUDY 

COLD SNAPS STATE OUT OF SUMMER DAZE 

DEEP FREEZE FOLLOWS SNOW 

LET IT SNOW 

NO MORE BULL-HERE'S SOME 'TRUTH' ABOUT ORANGE COUNTY 

POLAR AIR SET TO NESTLE IN TRIANGLE FOR EXTRA-COLD MONTH OF DECEMBER 

KEEP WARM ON THE INSIDE, TOO 

DURHAM CHILLS TO RECORD LOW/SNOW BLANKETS N.C. COAST 

COLD HAS HOMELESS SEEKING SHELTER 

COLD HAS HOMELESS SEEKING SHELTER 

'JUST LIKE ANY OTHER PEOPLE' 

COASTAL COMMUNITIES IN N.C. BEGIN DIGGING OUT OF SNOW 

WINTER WOES 

WINTER WOES 

IT WAS A COLD WEDNESDAY FOR STATE CAPITOL WORKERS 

COLD WEATHER, U.S. 

SEE ALSO WEATHER, U.S. 
OH, THE WEATHER OUTSIDE IS ... WEIRD, ALASKA 
JERRY GENTRY/ALASKANS ARE TOO TOUGH FOR AN ABERRANT FREEZE 
STUDY FOCUSES ON FATIGUE, COLD 

COLE MILL ROAD 

FIRE DESTROYS HOME OFF COLE MILL ROAD 

COLE PARK PLAZA 

COLE PARK PLAZA IS NOW MEETING WATER STANDARDS 

COLIE DEVELOPMENT CO. 

CULBRETH PARK HOUSING PROJECT GETS PLANNERS' BACKING 

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF BILLY THE KID (PLAY) 

DUKE DEPARTMENTS COLLABORATE ON COLLECTED WORKS OF BILLY THE KID 
'BILLY THE KID'S THE OLD WEST AS YOU LIKE IT 
•BILLY THE KIDM BEAUTY IN A WORLD OF HORRORS 



S 


2 1/05/1989 C 


1 N M06 


s 


2 2/10/1989 A 


1 P P T37 


s 


2 2/25/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


s 


2 4/08/1989 A 


1 P N A76 


S 


2 4/12/1989 A 


1 N S92 


s 


2 5/08/1989 C 


1 N M06 


s 


2 12/16/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 12/20/1989 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 12/21/1989 A 


1 N C61 


s 


2 12/22/1989 A 


1 N E33 


s 


2 12/22/1989 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 12/23/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 12/23/1989 B 


10 P P T32 


S 


2 12/23/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/24/1989 B 


1 P P T37 


H 


2 12/25/1989 C 


12 P P L3B 


H 


2 12/26/1989 B 


1 N T33 


H 


2 12/27/1989 A 


1 N C60 


CHH 1 12/27/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 12/27/1989 A 


1 N S17 


H 


2 12/28/1989 A 


1 N R63 


H 


2 12/28/1989 B 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 12/28/1989 B 


1 P P M66 


H 


2 12/30/1989 C 


1 N C60 


CHH 1 1/09/1989 A 


8 N 


H 


2 1/14/1989 C 


1 N K65 


H 


2 2/04/1989 A 


1 P N C45 


CHH 1 2/25/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 


4 J 


H 


2 12/15/1989 A 


1 N H60 


CHH 1 12/22/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 12/23/1989 A 


1 N C61 


CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 


1 N S17 


H 


2 12/27/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 12/28/1989 B 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 12/28/1989 B 


1 P P M66 


H 


2 12/28/1989 B 


1 N R53 


H 


2 1/31/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 2/04/1989 A 


4 U G33 


CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 


5 N 


s 


2 12/29/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


CHH 1 1/18/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 3/14/1989 A 


1 N M70 


H 


2 3/14/1989 C 


6 N D80 


H 


2 3/31/1989 D 


2 P F W66 


H 


2 4/04/1989 B 


3 P R P10 



COLLECTORS MARKETING CORP. 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY SUBJECTS 



LiM PURCHASES N.Y. SPORTS FIRM 

COLLEGE BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS (BASKETBALL) 
NEIGHBORHOOD BASKETBALL BEGINS 
'TEAM OF THE »80S' TITLE STILL UP FOR GRABS 
NCCU'S BERNARD GETS POP CALL FROM GEORGETOWN'S THOMPSON 
UNC'S RULER MEASURES PLAYERS' WISHES, ALONG WITH INCHES 
HOOPS 1989/90: A GUIDE TO COLLEGE AND AREA PREP PROGRAMS 
CB JLEBE BASKETBALL'S STARS, PROBLEMS BREAKING INTO VIEW 

COLLEGE BOARD 

SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE (NEW JERSEY) 
SEE ALSO SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TESTS 
PSAT PREVIEWS COLLEGE BOARDS 

COLLEGE BOWLS 

SEE ALSO ALL AMERICAN BOWL 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, COLLEGE BOWLS 

SEE ALSO CITRUS BOWL 

SEE ALSO COPPER BOWL 

SEE ALSO COTTON BOWL 

SEE ALSO HULA BOWL 

TEMPE IS OK. BUT PASADENA TAKES THE PRIZE ON BOWL DAY 

BELIEVE IT OR NOT*. ACC 'BOWLED' BETTER THAN ANYBODY IN THE '80S 

CITRUS BOWL RESERVES OPTION ON ACC CHAMP 

IT'S FOR REAL! DEVILS HAVE SHOT AT BOWL 

ALL-AMERICAN BOWL WANTS DUKE-STATE WINNER 

MONTGOMERY IN, RAY OUT FOR SATURDAY 

DUKE ENTERTAINING 'PACK WITH VISIONS OF BOWL INVITATION 

DUKE. 3 OTHER ACC TEAMS TO GET BIDS 

NEU SELECTION PROCESS FOR BOWLS OVERDUE 

SCHEDULE COSTS GA. TECH CHANCE FOR A BOWL BID? 

COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMS 

SEE SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TESTS 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL 

SEE ALSO FOOTBALL FILE (DURHAM MORNING HERALD SPORTS COLUMN) 

FOOTBALL IS IN THE AIR _ 

GUEST PICKER JOINS THE DURHAM SUN PROGNOSTICATORS 

GAME DAY 

DRIVE CAREFULLY TO GAMES 

MUSBURGER GOES WITH MILDCATS OVER DEVILS 

GAME DAY 

NO SHORTAGE OF VOLUNTEERS AMONG TEH€SSEE FANS/FOOTBALL 

DILUEG BELIEVES BLUE DEVILS CAN DO IT AGAIN 

GAME DAY 

WIGHT, TAR HEELS' 'SPACE COWBOY,' GETTIN' BACK ON DANCE FLOOR 

BONECRUSHER'S PICKS STICK WITH HOME TEAMS 

GAME DAY _ 

ACC, SEC ASK FANS TO HELP HUGO'S VICTIMS 

DEVINE REFUSES TO GIVE UP ON DEVILS 

GAME DAY 

DEVILS AIM FOR ARMY; HEELS TACKLE DEACS 

KRZYZEUSKI WARNS! DUKE MUST FOCUS ON ARMY 

GAME DAY 

PLAYING FOR FUN. MONK RUNS UP BIG NUMBERS/FOOTBALL 

BERNARD GETS RARE SHOT AT COACH K 

GAME DAY 

BENNETT PICKS DEVILS VS. TERPS 

KENNY BROWNING LIKES DEVILS, WOLFPACK IN KEY GAMES 

WOLFF PICKS DEVILS, OFFERS NO HOPE FOR HEELS 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL/GAMES OF NOV. 18 

COLLEGE OF THE ALBEMARLE 

PAINTINGS SENT TO CHAPEL HILL AFTER PROTEST IN ELIZABETH CITY 



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S 2 9/19/1989 A 1 N S92 



1/10/1989 
2/01/1989 
10/15/1989 
10/22/1989 
11/15/1989 
11/15/1989 



N A76 
P U F25 

N M88 
P U 
P N 

N 



S 2 1/07/1989 A 1 N S92 



H 


2 1/03/1989 D 


1 P U MM 


H 


2 7/30/1989 B 


2 N M88 


S 


2 10/12/1989 B 


1 P U F25 


H 


2 10/30/1989 B 


2 U M88 


H 


2 11/09/1989 B 


1 N C49 


H 


2 11/09/1989 B 


1 N C49 


S 


2 11/10/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 11/25/1989 D 


4 N 


H 


2 11/28/1989 B 


2 U M88 


S 


2 12/04/1989 D 


2 U D18 



S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


3 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 



9/01/1989 
9/01/1989 
9/02/1989 
9/08/1989 
9/08/1989 
9/09/1989 
9/10/1989 
9/15/1989 
9/16/1989 
9/17/1989 
9/22/1989 
9/23/1989 _ 
9/29/1989 B 
9/29/1989 D 
9/30/1989 D 
10/06/1989 B 
10/06/1989 B 
10/07/1989 D 
10/08/1989 C 
10/13/1989 B 
10/14/1989 D 
10/20/1989 B 
11/03/1989 B 
11/10/1989 B 
11/17/1989 B 



E 

F 

N 

E 

F 

N 

N C49 

N 

N 

N C49 

F 

N 

N C49 

F 

N 

F 

F 

N 

N C49 

N 

N 

F 

N 

N 

C 



H 2 3/09/1989 C 1 N 



COLLEGE SHOP 



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SUBJECTS 



S 
E 

-DATE — C 



S 2 11/23/1989 C 



5/29/1989 D 
5/31/1989 D 
6/02/1989 B 
6/05/1989 B 



COLLEGE TOWNS _ 

COLLEGE TOWNS, U.S.A.; CHAPEL HILL TO BOSTON, THESE SPOTS ARE 'COZILY... CHH 1 2/13/1989 A 

COLLEGE WORLD SERIES 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

TAR HEELS DOWN MISSISSIPPI STATE, EARN TRIP TO WORLD SERIES H 2 

IN PLAYOFFS, TAR HEELS TURNED RIGHT KEY H 2 

TAR HEELS BEGIN WORLD SERIES PLAY H 2 

RAZORBACKS KISS TAR HEELS GOOD-BYE IN CMS H 2 

COLLEGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ADULT EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO CHEATING (IN SCHOOL AND COLLEGE) 
SEE ALSO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 
STUDENT GUZZLES COURSES 

COLLEGES. N.C, ADMISSIONS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C, MINORITY ADMISSIONS 

SAT PREPS: DO THEY DELIVER? S 2 

ADMISSION RULE COULD HURT FOUR N.C BLACK CAMPUSES H 2 

COLLEGES, N.C , GRANTS 

DUKE, SEVEN OTHERS SHARE GRANT TO FORM SCIENCE EDUCATION NETWORK 

COLLEGES, N.C, REMEDIAL PROGRAM 

FEWER FRESHMEN NEED REMEDIAL STUDY AT UNC 

COLLEGES, N.C, STUDENTS 

MAN SPENDING LOT OF TIME IN COLLEGE CLASSROOMS ACROSS N.C H 



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1 P N E33 
8 PF 



1 N 
3 P N C52 

1 P N 

2 N C05 



S 2 11/09/1989 A 4 E 



1/16/1989 A 
7/13/1989 B 



H 2 2/14/1989 C 



CHH 1 1/19/1989 A 



THEY'RE NOT ALL GREEDY/MANY HARD-WORKING STUDENTS EXCEPTIONS TO THE RULE H 



2 2/16/1989 D 
2 11/24/1989 A 



1 N S92 
7 N 



5 N 
1 N S17 



4 N 
4 J 



COLLEGES, U.S., ADMISSIONS 

SEE ALSO MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PROGRAMS 
STUDENT ESSAYS VITAL TO COLLEGE ADMISSIONS 

COLLEGES, U.S., COSTS 

SEE COLLEGES, U.S., TUITION 

COLLEGES, U.S., CURRICULUM 
SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL REFORM 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL, CURRICULUM 
WHEN WILL WE GET MAGNA MAD? 

COLLEGES, U.S., DESEGREGATION 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL, DESEGREGATION 
LAW PROF CRITICIZES 'DRACONIAN' PROPOSAL 

COLLEGES. U.S., PRESIDENTS 

BRODIE'S SALARY RANKS 9TH AMONG U.S. SCHOOLS 
DUKE'S BRODIE GIVES *78,000 TO UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGES, U.S., PROFESSORS 
SEE PROFESSORS, U.S. 

COLLEGES, U.S., SPORTS 

SEE ALSO SPORTS (GENERAL HEADING) 
LET NCAA CLEAN UP SPORTS 

COLLEGES, U.S., STUDENTS 
SEE ALSO HAZING 
TWO PROFS DOWNGRADE EDUCATION 

COLLEGES, U.S., TUITION 

SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM 
HIGHER TUITION STILL GOOD DEAL FOR STUDENTS 
STUDENTS, SELECT TARGET WISELY 
TUITION PRICE-FIXING PROBE SPARES DUKE 



S 2 9/22/1989 A 10 P N 



H 


2 10/11/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 5/11/1989 C 


1 


N R63 


H 
S 


2 9/24/1989 A 
2 9/25/1989 A 


1 
1 


N N36 
N S92 



H 2 9/14/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 2 11/09/1989 C 


1 


N E33 


S 2 8/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/23/1989 A 
S 2 8/23/1989 A 


4 
4 
1 


U1U1Z 



COLLEGES, U.S., WORK PROGRAM 



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WARM-HEARTED, FUZZY-HEADED; SEN. NUNN'S 'CITIZENS CORPS' HAS MANY... 

COLLINS & AIKHAN _ 

COLLINS & AIKHAN TO ADD 175 JOBS AT R0XB0R0 PLANTS 
SPILL OF UPHOLSTERY LIQUID INVESTIGATED IN GARRETT FARMS 

COLOMBIA (SOUTH AMERICA) 

SLAYINGS MAY HELP REDUCE COCAINE DEATHS 

PRICE SAYS HE COULD SUPPORT U.S. ADVISERS IN COLOMBIA 

ODD FORM OF CHARITY 

DON'T BICKER OVER DRUG UAR 

U.S. NEEDS MORE HELP TO BATTLE ILLEGAL DRUGS 

COLON CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER _ _ 

COLON CANCER! RISK INCREASES WITH AGE 
'NEW' COLON CANCER DRUG LANGUISHES AT FDA 
RT1 CHEMIST DEVELOPS COLON CANCER FIGHTER 

COLONIAL GUIDES OF HILLSBOROUGH 

HISTORIC HILLSBOROUGH WALKS HELPING PROMOTE TOUR ISM... (CORRECTED tr 
CORRECTION 

COLONIAL HILLS 

RESIDENTS REQUEST AREA ANNEXATION 

COLONIAL HILLS BAPTIST CHURCH 
WOMAN SHOT AT NURSERY 
DURHAM WOMAN DIES IN SHOOTING 
PR O T ES TERS BLAST COURT, PROSECUTORS 
PROTESTERS BLAST COURT, PROSECUTORS 

COLONIAL DM (HILLSBOROUGH, N.C.) 
COLONIAL INN IS SOLD 
NO PIZZA HERE; NEW OWNERS CARRY ON COLONIAL INN'S SOUTHERN CUISINE 

COLONIAL QUICK STOP OF HILLSBOROUGH 

CONVENIENCE STORE BARRED FROM TAKING FOOD STAMPS 

COLONIAL SELF-STORAGE 

STORM RIPS W. DURHAM BUILDING; OFFICER DESCRIBES POSSIBLE TORNADO 

COLONIAL STREET 

PANEL BACKS REQUEST FOR AID ON CLEANUP OF OLD CEMETERY 

COLONY PARK _ . 

PROPOSED FIRE STATION GETS COLONY PARK HOT 

COLOR ART (FOR HERALD AND SUN) 

SEE ALSO DURHAM HERALD CO., PHOTOGRAPHY DEPT, 
SAY IT WITH WHITE CHOCOLATE 

TENACIOUS DUKE DEFENSE SHUTS DOWN CAVS _ ^ __ 

SOMETHING >€W UNDER THE SUN; CHILDREN'S ART PROVIDES BEST SHOW IN TOWN 

MAUDLIN, BUT AMERICAN . 

THE VEGETARIAN PERSPECTIVE; NOT SO DIFFICULT, JUST AS TASTY... 
hCARING IS BELIEVING; PIANIST ANDRE WATTS TEAMS WITH N.C. SYMPHONY... 
BAKERS OF A LOST ART; ADVENTURES IN BREAD MAKING 
HOC AGAIN; NATI^ SON RETURNS TO ARTISTIC ROOTS 

ART OF A LOW COUNTRY _ „ „ 

LIFE OF THE LOW COUNTRY; GULLAH PAINTER PRESERVES THE PASSING 

DURHAM MAN LOVES HIS LIFE AS A CLOWN 

DUKE'S RARE ZONE ZAPS 'PACK _ 

HOW DURHAM FARED; THE JOY (AND HARDSHIPS) OF COOKING IN 1870 

SENATE CONFIRMS SULLIVAN TO HHS 98-1 

DEVILS WIN THRILLER, 88-86 _ „ ^.^ 

THE SNACKFOOD OF CHA^IONS; TRY NIBBLING ON THESE BETWEEN THE SLAM DUNKS 

ACC MADNESS! 8 TEAMS ALL SEEKING ONE GOAL 

UNC THUMPS MARYLAND 88-58 

TAR HEELS TAKE IT ALL! TAR HEEL FANS ARE EUPHORIC 

CAROLINA CELEBRATION 



D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 
2 7/07/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 3/15/1989 C 1 
H 2 4/03/1989 B 1 



8/24/1989 A 
8/30/1989 C 
9/06/1989 A 
9/08/1989 A 
12/29/1989 A 



CW 1 1/06/1989 A 6 
S 2 10/25/1989 B 5 
H 2 11/24/1989 C 1 



N T33 
N 



E 

N L40 
E 
E 
E 



U 
U 

N C60 



8-89) CHH 1 6/07/1989 A 3 
CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 2 



P N D38 
N 



CHH 1 1/19/1989 A 1 N R63 



CHH 1 


9/20/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


S 


2 


9/20/1989 A 


1 P N ES3 


CHH 


1 


9/23/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


9/23/1989 A 


1 N M70 


S 


2 


9/04/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


CHH 1 


9/07/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


0* 


1 


1/07/1989 A 


3 N M20 


H 


2 


7/17/1989 A 


1 P N T32 


H 


2 


4/07/1989 C 


1 N S69 


S 


2 10/06/1989 A 


1 M N C61 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 B 


1 P F Zll 


S 


2 


2/09/1989 B 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


2/09/1989 D 


1 P F B71 


H 


2 


2/10/1989 D 


1 P P 


H 


2 


2/15/1989 B 


1 M F S56 


H 


2 


2/17/1989 D 


1 P P 


H 


2 


2/22/1989 B 


1 P F Zll 


S 


2 


2/23/1989 D 


1 P F B71 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 D 


1 P P 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 D 


8 P F Zll 


S 


2 


2/24/1989 C 


1 P N B71 


S 


2 


2/24/1989 D 


1 P N F25 


H 


2 


3/01/1989 B 


1 P F W66 


H 


2 


3/02/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


3/06/1989 A 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


3/08/1989 B 


1 T F W66 


H 


2 


3/10/1989 B 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 


3/12/1989 A 


1 P P 


H 


2 


3/13/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


S 


2 


3/13/1989 A 


1 P P L38 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



S U B J E 



ST. PATRICK DAY FEAST; WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING 

PSYCHEDELIA NOW; WIDESPREAD PANIC MINES '60S FOR INSPIRATION 

DUKE OUTMANS W. VA. , 70-63 

DUKE TURNS BACK STUBBORN W. VIRGINIA 

LAMB; THE CROWNING TOUCH (RECIPE CORRECTION PRINTED 3-23-89) 

BUILDING A CAREER BRICK BY BRICK 

INSIGHT/BUDGET BATTLES'. SENATE WHIZ KIDS OFFERING FRESH IDEAS 

WHOOPING IT UP 

CHRISTIAN LAETTNER BLOCKS SHOT BY GEORGETOWN'S JOHN TURNER... 

PRIZE CHILI; HEALTHY AND QUICK CHILI RECIPE IS FIRST IN CONTEST 

CP&L WAITING ON OK FOR SHIPPING WASTE/SUNDAY FOCU35 SHIPPING NUCLEAR... 

LEAD US INTO TEMPTATION; SUPPLEMENTING NUTRITION WITH... DOSE OF GREASE 

LAND OF OOHS AND 02 

PLAY BALL! 

A PERFECT OPENING 

OPULENCE DEFINED; BILTMORE ESTATE WILL HOLD SOME VERY SPECIAL DINING 

INSIGHT/WHITHER THE BULLS? 

YOUR GUIDE FOR APPLE CHILL 

THOUSANDS BOB AROUND TOWN FOR APPLE CHILL 

BUBBLE MAN 

GARDENING FOR THE KITCHEN; THE FRAGRANT ART OF GROWING HERBS 

THE DURHAM SUN? A SHINING CENTURY 

SOUL ON VINYL; BRUCE COCKBURN'S MUSICAL MESSAGE TO RING CLEAR... 

DURHAM TESTING SCHOOLS FOR RADON 

HEADED FOR VICTORY 

TRIBUTE 

DURHAM SHORTSTOP RICH MALONEY STRETCHES FOR THROW... 

JOY DINING.' FAST FOOD TO EAT WHILE YOU DRIVE 

COMMISSIONERS PLAN JUNE AIRPORT CHOICE 

FINDING SPACE FOR AN ELECTION/SUNDAY FOCUS: OPEN SPACE REFERENDUM 

CLAMBAKE; GETTING READY FOR ONE IS LITERALLY THE PITS, BUT THE REWARD... 

THE DAYS OF HER LIFE 

CALENDAR GIRL; EMILY WEINSTEIN'S BOOK OF DAYS 

OWASA MAY RAISE RATES ANNUALLY FOR NEXT 3 YEARS 

OFFICIALS TOUR STORM'S ROUTE, LAUD CITY WORKERS' RESPONSE 

INSIGHT/SUPERBONDS! KXHULLION WISH LIST COULD SPAWN BULLISH TAX... 

DURHAM'S AL MARTIN GETS A HIGH-flVE FROM TEAMMATE JERY FROST... 

FEW PARENTS ADMIT THEIR CHILDREN USE DRUGS, SURVEY SAYS 

THE 'NEW' BRAN; RESEARCH INDICATES RICE MIGHT REDUCE CHOLESTEROL LEVELS 

HE SINGS FOR THEIR SUPPER 

THE NEW SIDEWALK ARTISTS 

RICHMOND WARNS NCCU GRADUATES ABOUT REBIRTH OF RACIAL PREJUDICE 

SICK BUILDINGS: SYNDROME HAS VARIETY OF CAUSES... 

DUKE GRADUATION CALrtER THIS YEAR 

THE 16TH ANNUAL DUKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC (SPECIAL SECTION) 

THE BREAKFAST SPECIAL/AREA RESTAURANTS RECOUNT STRANGE CUSTOMER REQUESTS 

FANTASTIC FANTAZOS; ARTIST FOLLOWS VISIONARY MUSE 

STAGER TRIAL JURORS TO DELIBERATE DEATH, LIFE IMPRISONMENT TODAY 

RETURN OF SUMMER, PT. II 

WHAT IS 'FORE'? 

INSIGHT/THE WAY WE WERE 

WEATHER PERMITTING, PLANNING MAKES THE PICNIC 

PORTRAITS OF A SOUTHERN PAST 

HOMER'S ART DOCUMENTS BLACKS AT A CROSSROADS 

COOKING WITH TEA 

'ELIXIR' STARS DON'T NEED LOVE POTION 

COME TOGETHER; TONIGHT, ON NINTH STREET. A GOOD OLD-fASHIONED HAPPENING 

YEAR ONE, THE CHAPEL HILL HERALD (SPECIAL SECTION) 

WHEN THE HEAT IS ON... COOL SOUPS 

BULL'S STARS BOUND BANNER 

A FOOT UP ON ADF '89; FESTIVAL PREVIEW 

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

THE TWO MR. KLINES; ONE LOVES OPERA, THE OTHER LOVES FOOD... 

PHILOSOPHY GOES POP 

EVERY HOG HAS ITS DAY 

HILLSBOROUGH HOG DAY 

HILLSBOROUGH HAMS IT UP 

INSIGHT/SAY FOR PAY 

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REFLECTIONS ON THE CABBAGE 

LILY-PUTIANS ON THE ENO? 

INSIGHT/CLEARING T>€ AIR 

GLAXO yiLL HELP BUY ENO LAND; FESTIVAL WILL REOPEN TOMORROW 

PAUL STEELMAN SCRAMBLES HIS WAY TO THE HERALD-SUN TITLE... 

ABORTION LAWS WEAKENED; STAGE SET FOR BATTLE IN STATE 

GRILLED FISH IS A-OK 

PUT ANOTHER NICKEL IN...? „ . 

ARTICHOKE; AN ARISTOCRAT AMONG GARDEN VARIETIES 

LIBERTE. EGALITE, FRATERNTTE (AND DANCE FOR ALL!) 

STORMING THE BASTILLE 

THE NEW LOUVRE 

CAROLINA LEAGUE 1989 ALL-STAR GAME (SPECIAL SECTION) 

SAM BITES DOG! 

4 IN DURHAM FAMILY ESCAPE, CHAPEL HILL PAIR DIES IN CRASH 

PI AYTNG FOR LAUGHS 

TRIPPING IN THE NEW AGE; DURHAM FIRM TOURS TO PLACES OF POWER 

A COOK'S TOUR OF CAROLINA (CORRECTION PRINTED 7-29-89) 

A SLICE OF SUMMER 

HAPPY TO BE HERE/SCHREIBER BEGINS NEW XB AT DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 

THE LITTLE CABOOSE THAT COULD 

FROZEN YOGURT IN CULINARY COLORS 

ALASKA; WITHOUT THE OIL 

BACK TO THE BOOKS (SPECIAL SECTION) 

Q1S4CTO CTDOtpc 

LITTLEST THEATERS; PLAY'S THE THING FOR YOUNG TRIANGU ACTORS 

THE HOMESTEAD GARDEN; TONICS, FLAVORINGS AND CURES FROM THE HERB PATCH 

HERBALIST, DRUMMER FOLLOWS NATURAL RHYTHMS _ 

THE HOME CANNING; BACK TO BASICS SAFER AND EASIER 

BROUN BA6 BLUES CAN BE VANQUISHED 

FOOTBALL '895 CATCH HIM IF YOU CAN 

COPING 101/DUKE UNIVERSITY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

COPING 101/UNC-CHAPEL HILL (SPECIAL SECTION) 

KEY LIME PIE; IT'S THE LIMES THAT DO IT 

THERE^ BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS; COMPUTER GRAPHICS UP THE... ANTE 
THE GOLD STANDARD; A LIQUID ASSETIN OLIVE OIL m __ _ 
SUPERMARKET DELIS; EXPANDING TO MEET NEEDS OF THOSE ON THE GO 
YOU'LL LOVE L.A.; L.A. FERNANDEZ WRITES FROM THE HEART 

INSIGHT/THE COST OF BEING DURHAM „ 

STILL ALIVE AT THIRTY-flVE! TV DINNERS OCCUPY SPOT IN SMITHSONIAN... 
insight/recycling; PICKING UP ON A GOOD THING 
U.N. OF COMPANIES SPROUTS AROUND DURHAM 
A IS FOR APPLE AND NOT FOR ALAR 
DURHAM WAGES TOP U.S. AVERAGE 

OFFICIALS! VOTER TURNOUT LIKELY LOW ^^ unji 

PIZZA(ZZ); NO MATTER HOW YOU CIT IT OR TOP IT, IT'S GOOD FOR YOU 

AUTUMN COLORS: WHERE TO LOOK 

OYSTERS AWEI6H 

PUMPKIN WITHOUT PIE 

MAKING HALLOWEEN TREATS IS NO TRICK 

THE FANCIFUL SAUCE 

SQUASH/YOU NEVER THOUGHT OF EATING _ , „ 

A TASTE OF THE SOUTH/OLD TIME THANKSGIVING STILL LIVES 

THE OLD HOME THANKSGIVING 

THE MW4.Y ART 

GRAIN OF TRUTH/ARE CEREAL HEALTH CLAIMS VALID? WELL ...YES AND NO 

SEASONAL FRUITS 

SEASON'S EATING! /APPETIZER 

SEASON'S EATING!/MAIN COURSE 

SEASON EATING! /DESSERT 

MUNCHIES BY MAIL 

HOT t> COLD HOLIDAYS 

COLORFEST 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
10,000 EXPECTED FOR COLORFEST 
FRIDAY IS THE DEADLINE FOR COLORFEST ENTRIES 
HENDERSON TO HAVE LOOK OF CURCUS FOR COLORFEST SATURDAY 



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SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 
LAWS SHOULD COVER FILM MAKERS 
UNC STUDY: COLORIZING FILMS ALTERS MEANING 

COLT INDUSTRIES 

FORMER COLT OFFICIAL PLEADS GUILTY TO FIREARMS CHARGE 

COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM 
SEE CBS 

COLUMBIA STREET (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO SOUTH COLUMBIA ST. (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
TOWN-GOWN REPORT TARGETS TRAFFIC FLOW 

COLOMBO (TELEVISION SHOW) 

EILfiER GUEST ON 'COUJMBO' 

COLUMBUS, GEORGIA 

WAKE GETS BASEBALL TEAM 

COLUMBUS MUDCATS 

WAKE GETS BASEBALL TEAM 

TEAM MOVE NO SURPRISE FOR WOLFF 

TEAM MOVE NO SURPRISE FOR WOLFF 

ZEBULON'S BASEBALL DREAM A DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH 

ZEBULON TEAM PRESSES ICED FOR NEW STADIUM 

BRYANT IS ONE »CAT COLUMBUS CAN LIVE WITHOUT 

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

FRANCHISE AGREEMENT: TRIANGLE AAA BASEBALL (CARTOON) 

COMA 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
WHERE DO SPOUSAL RIGHTS END? 

COMBS CARDINALS 

COMBS CARDINALS COMPILE QUITE AN IMPRESSIVE SEASON 

COMEDIANS 

SEE ALSO HUMOR 
ICE, SNOW NO OBSTACLE FOR WRIGHT FOLLOWING 
PLAYING FOR LAUGHS 
PLAYING FOR LAUGHS 

WHY DID THE COMEDY ZONE CROSS THE TRIANGLE? 
HE'S HA-HA-HAPPY AS A FUNNY MAN/COMEDIAN FRANK KING 

COHEDYSPORTZ CLUB 

PLAYING FOR LAUGHS 
PLAYING FOR LAUGHS 

COMETS (ASTRONOMY) 
SEE ALSO ASTRONOMY 
'HAIRY STARS,' METEORS FOCUS OF CLASS 

COMIC BOOKS 

SEE W.SO CARTOONISTS 
BATMAN! CAPED CRUSADER GOES BACK TO COMICS MOLD 
CONFESSIONS OF A GROWNUP BATFAN 

COMICS 

SEE ALSO CARTOONISTS 
WHAT'S NEW 

COMMERCIAL FISHING INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO AQUACULTURE 

SEE ALSO FISHING 

ggg ALSO SHRIMP 
SHELLFISHING SEASON OPENS BUT EXPERTS NOT OPTIMISTIC 
REAGAN'S BUDGET MAY LEAVE N.C. FISHERMEN HIGH AND DRY 

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12/31/1989 



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BURLINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT ACCREDITED 

COMMISSION ON CORRECTIONAL PROGRAMS 
SEE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

COMMITMENT HEARINGS 

SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS 
PROBLEMS CITED WITH STATE'S COMMITMENT PROCESS 
COMMITMENTS LAW PROPOSAL MAY HIT SNAG 
TOUGHER MENTAL COMPETENCY BILL PASSES FINAL VOTE 
GRAVETTE TO FACE NEW EVALUATION 
GRAVETTE BOND REQUEST REJECTED 

COMMITTEE IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF EL SALVADOR 
SEE ALSO a SALVADOR 
EL SALVADOR PROTEST PLANNED 

COMMITTEE ON THE FUTURE OF CITIES 

SEE ALSO N.C. LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES 
BURLINGTON MAYOR NAMED TO PANEL; WORKER GETS TOP EMPLOYEE AWARD 

COMMON CAUSE 

VALENTINE NETS LEAST IN FEES FOR SPEAKING 
MASS MAILING LIMIT SENDS BETTER MESSAGE 
ELIMINATE HONORARIA FROM LAWMAKERS' PAY 
PRICE: CAMPAIGN OVERSPENDING NOT SIMPLE PROBLEM 

COMMON MARKET 

SEE EUROPEAN COMMON MARKET 

COMMUNICATION 

SEE ALSO SPEAKERS (GENERAL HEADING) 
GOOD NEWS FOR YOU-KNOWERS 

COMMUNISM 

SEE ALSO MARXISM 
LECTURE TO EXAMINE ANTI-COMMUNISM, LINKS TO ECONOMY 

COMMUNIST WORKERS PARTY _ v 

MUSICIAN HELPS MARK ANNIVERSARY OF MELEE (CORRECTED) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

BLOODY ANNIVERSARY HITS HOME IN DURHAM 

THE ANNIVERSARY OF MASSACRE 

ECLECTIC MIX OF RECOLLECTIONS, HYMNS, PRAYERS HONORS FIVE VICTIMS... 

GREENSBORO SURVIVORS STRAIN TO BALANCE TIME, MEMORIES 

COMMUNITY CHALLENGE HEATING FUND 

SEE ALSO DUKE POWER CO. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM EMERGENCY ENERGY COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO SHARE THE WARMTH PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO WINTERIZATION PROGRAM 

GIVING TO ENERGY FUNDS IS WARMING EXPERIENCE 

DUKE POWER BEGINS HEATING FUND DRIVE 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY AND JUNIOR COLLEGES 
UYNN URGES FUNDS FOR INNOVATIVE WORK 
REPORT PUSHES HIGHER FACULTY PAY _ 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEMS' COMPUTER DRAWS CRITICISM 

SCOTT'S PROPOSAL CAN SPARK NEEDED DEBATE _ „^^,.,„ Tm , 

TRAINING AT YOUR DOORSTEP, COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEMS GET... RECOGNITION 

CAROLINA GOVERNORS EARN COMMUNITY COLLEGE AWARDS 

CURRIN, WYNN ARE SINGLED OUT FOR LEADERSHIP 

hORE VA. RESIDENTS MAY BE DRAWN TO N.C. COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

EDUCATORS, INDUSTRY URGED TO UNITE IN IMPROVING SCHOOLS __ 

BELLSOUTH EXEC: FIRMS, EDUCATORS MUST JOIN TO HELP U.S. COMPETE 



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SUBJECTS 



SEE NATIONAL CONGRESS FOR COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 
SEE N.C. ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C, FEDERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACTION GRANTS 
DURHAM PUSHES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND INCREASES 
HUD CRITICIZES DURHAM'S USAGE OF FUNDS 
HUD OFFICIALS SAY DURHAM WON'T LOSE 1990 FUNDS 
DURHAM HAS STATE'S WORST RATE FOR REFURBISHING HOUSES 
DURHAM TO REPAY FUNDS USED ON CARS, COMPUTERS 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM, N.C. 

HOME RENOVATION WORK IN OXFORD DRAWS COMPLAINTS 
HUD ASSISTANT SAYS PROGRAM TO GET BIPARTISAN SUPPORT 

COMMUNITY KITCHEN (CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO) 
SEE ALSO DURHAM RESCUE MISSION 
SEE ALSO HUNGER 
SEE ALSO ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUP KITCHEN 

MERRITT MILL SITE TO KEEP KITCHEN, IFC OFFICIAL SAYS 

COME 'N» GET IT/MEET MISS GRACE AND REGULARS 

PROJECT HELPS THE HUNGRY 

COLD HAS HOMELESS SEEKING SHELTER 

COLD HAS HOMELESS SEEKING SHELTER 

'JUST LIKE ANY OTHER PEOPLE' 

COMMUNITY KITCHEN (DURHAM) 

SEE ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUP KITCHEN 

COMMUNITY LIFE CENTER 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS, DAY CARE 
POLICE LOG/MISSING MAN DISCOVERED IN UOOLUORTH 

COMMUNITY OF BUTNER PLANNING COMMISSION 
SEE BUTNER PLANNING COMMISSION 

COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM FOR EDUCATION 
POINT AND COUNTERPOINT 

COMMUNITY PENALTIES PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 
CARRBORO PROGRAM HELPING CRIMINALS STAY OUT OF PRISON 

COMMUNITY SCHOOL FOR PEOPLE UNDER SIX 

KEEPING LEGACY OF BOOKS ALIVE; STUDENTS RECEIVE ONE-ON-ONE ATTENTION 
'THIS PLACE HAS A LOT OF HISTORY' , CHILD CARE PROGRAM FACING DEADLINE 

COMMUNITY SERVICE PAROLE 
SEE PAROLE 

COMMUNITY SERVICE WORK PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 
SEE ALSO GAMELANDS RECLAMATION PROJECT 
NEW COURT PROGRAM PICKING UP, DEFENDANTS HAVE ALTERNATIVE TO JAIL 

COMMUNITY SHARES 

SOCIAL-CHANGE GROUPS SEEK EQUAL FUND-DRIVE FOOTING 

COMMUNITY SHELTER 

SEE ALSO HOMELESS SHELTER 

SEE ALSO URBAN MINISTRIES CENTER 

TEAM APPROACH BEING USED TO HELP DURHAM'S HOMELESS 

DURHAM SHELTERS HOMELESS FROM THE COLD 

CITY COMMITTEE FAVORS «125,000 FOR SHELTER 

$10 CHRISTMAS CARD OF DOWNTOWN SCENE DESIGNED TO WARM HOMELESS 

COMMUNITY HOMELESS SHELTER SELLS DURHAM HOLIDAY CARDS 



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3/16/1989 A 
5/04/1989 A 
5/05/1989 A 
5/06/1989 A 
5/26/1989 A 



N H70 
N C61 
N R63 
N R63 
N C61 



1 5/11/1989 C 

2 10/14/1989 C 



1 N T33 
1 P N C60 



CHH 1 5/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 



N M70 
N S17 
L 

N S17 
N W57 
N S17 



H 2 11/03/1989 C 1 N S22 



S 2 5/04/1989 C 1 P P S76 



CHH 1 4/11/1989 A 3 N R63 



CHH 1 1/21/1989 A 3 P N C62 
CHH 1 5/30/1989 A 3 P N 



H 2 2/13/1989 A 1 P N S82 
H 2 7/22/1989 C 1 N N36 



H 


2 1/04/1989 A 


4 L 


S 


2 1/05/1989 C 


1 N M06 


S 


2 7/15/1989 C 


1 N C61 


H 


2 11/23/1989 C 


1 D N C60 


H 


2 11/27/1989 A 


6 U U66 



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CtmJNITY SPORTS NEWS _ 

A PUBLISHING GAMBLE THAT PAID OFF 

COMMUNITY STORE (SOUTH GUTHRIE ST.) 

POLICE SAY ROBBER USED A TOY PISTOL 

COMMUNITY HATCH PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO CRIME PREVENTION 
PATROLS KEEP DRUG DEALERS ON RUN 

COMPACT DISC PLAYER 

HSfWfE SaS^TE^L^M^OLUTION IN MUSIC RECORDING H i 

CDS: THE FUTURE IS NOW H 2 

POLICE LOG/STUDENTS CHARGED WITH THEFT OF CDS CHH 1 

HIGH TECH MEANS GADGETS MADE (ALMOST) SIMPLER CHH 1 



CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 
H 2 6/07/1989 C 



5 P N B64 
2 N 



S 2 9/12/1989 A 1 N B53 



COMPANY SHOPS MALL (BURLINGTON,N.C.) 

BURLINGTON REMOVING MAIN STREET MALL 

COMPARATIVE FAULT CLAIMS SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS. N.C. _ 

LEGAL REFORMS FACING UPHILL FIGHT THIS YEAR 

COMPARATIVE FAULT BACK AT ASSEMBLY n m ^ • 

COMPARATIVE FAULT INSURANCE MEASURE SURVIVES CLOSE VOTE 
LENGTHY DEBATE DELAYS VOTE ON COMPARATIVE FAULT 
COMPARATIVE FAULT BILL LIKELY TO DIE 



COMPETENCY TESTS 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, 



COMPETENCY TESTS 



fTlMW ATMTC 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, COMPLAINT OFFICE 
DURHAM MAY GET COMPLAINTS OFFICE 
STANDARDS TO PROTECT HOSPITAL PATIENTS' RIGHT TO COMPLAIN 

COMPOSERS 

SEE ALSO MUSICIANS 
SEE ALSO SONGWRITERS 
COMPOSER WINS AWARD 

COMPOSITE OPTICAL FIBER OVERHEAD GROUND WIRE 
SEE FIBER OPTICS 

COMPULSIVE GAMBLING 

SE CGH^WE B GAMBLING CAN AFFECT JOB, FINANCES, FAMILY 

COMPUTER CAMPS 

SMITH ELEMENTARY PREPARES TOMORROW'S COMPUTER WIZARDS 

COMPUTER CHIP 

SEE ALSO MICROCHIPS 
FACILITIES NOTCH NOTED ACHIEVEMENTS 
NEW CHIP CALLED 'FUZZY LOGIC»ADVANCE 
COMPUTER EXPERTPS DEVELOP FASTEST FUZZY LOGIC CHIP 
MICROELECTRONICS CENTER SEEN HELP TO LURE CHIP PLANT 

COMPUTER COMPONENTS CORP. , 

VILLAGE BANK EXPECTS TO RECOUP LOAN LOSS 

COMPUTER ERRORS 
SEE ALSO ERRORS 
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 



1/12/1989 B 
3/10/1989 D 
3/10/1989 D 
3/19/1989 A 
8/21/1989 A 



1 P F L37 
1 P P L38 
8 P F M60 
3 N 
3 U H90 



H 1 8/03/1989 C 1 P N H60 



3/19/1989 B 
4/20/1989 A 
5/03/1989 D 
V04/1989 B 
6/04/1989 B 



S 2 1/30/1989 A 
H 2 6/28/1989 C 



1 N 
5 J Oil 
9 P N L40 
4 N 
9 P N 



1 N H70 
1 T N C60 



H 2 2/22/1989 D 9 N 



H 2 8/04/1989 A 
S 2 8/05/1989 A 



1 N S22 
1 P N T77 



H 2 4/18/1989 A 9 P N K65 

CHH 1 8/23/1989 A 9 N 

H 2 9/03/1989 D 6 N 

H 2 9/26/1989 A 11 N 



H 2 1/05/1989 A 14 N 



11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 



N B53 
N C61 
N C61 
N H65 

N CM 



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COMPUTER TWISTS ELECTION RETURNS 

HAYWIRE MACHINE COUNTED PRECINCT VOTE TOTALS TWICE 

PAYROLL PROBLEMS STILL PLAGUE COUNTY SCHOOLS 

COMPUTER FILE (HERALD COLUMN) 

HOW TO FILL THE CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS OF COMPUTER FANATICS 
MICROSOFT'S INTEGRATED WORKS 2.0 AIMED AT NEW, INTERMEDIATE USERS 
AMIGA'S GOOD RELATIONS WITH TELEVISION PAYING OFF WITH DESKTOP VIDEO... 
COMPUTERS AT HOME CAN BE ADJUSTED TO BE COMPATIBLE WITH OFFICE MODELS 

COMPUTER GRAPHICS 

THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS) COMPUTER GRAPHICS UP THE... ANTE 

COMPUTER MAIL 

SEE ELECTRONIC MAIL SERVICE 

COMPUTER MAPPING 

N.C. CENTRAL RECEIVES GRANT FOR SEMINAR ON HAPMAKING 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

BROOKS AWARDED FOR COMPUTER WORK 

COMPUTER SIMULATIONS 

HALF-WAY TO THE FIELD 

COMPUTER SOFTWARE PROGRAM 

MASS. MICROCOH BUYS DURHAM'S HJC SOFTWARE 

COMPUTER THEFT 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, N.C. 
POLICE PROBING COMPUTER THEFT 

COMPUTER VIRUSES 
SEE ALSO VIREX 
DURHAM SOFTWARE COMPANY DISCOVERS TWO NEW MACINTOSH COMPUTER VIRUSES 
DURHAM COMPANY REPORTS MACINTOSH BUG 

COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO APPLE COMPUTER CO. 

SEE ALSO DATABASES 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, COMPUTER PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, CWUTEPS 

SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY, N.C, COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO PERSONAL COMPUTER 

SEE ALSO ROBOTS 

SEE ALSO SUPERCOMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL DEPT. OF COMPUTER SCIENCE 

DEVELOPERS TO GET HELP BY COMPUTER 

HAIRSTYUNG ENTERS COMPUTER AGE 

'COMPUTER DOCS' HELP BRIDGE TECHNOLOGY GAP 

D.A. WON'T BAN COMPUTER SALES AT UNC 

STORES DECISION 'COMPUTES' TO FAIRNESS 

CON ARTISTS 

SEE FLIMFLAM SCHEMES 

CONCEALED WEAPONS 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACING WEAPONS CHARGE 

RALEIGH MEN CHARGED WITH HAVING WEAPONS 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL MEN ACCUSED OF CARRYING WEAPONS 



H 2 11/09/1989 A 
H 2 11/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 



H 2 12/03/1989 D 

H 2 12/10/1989 D 

H 2 12/24/1989 D 

H 2 12/31/1989 D 



1 PNR63 
1 P N R63 
3 N H90 



8 U 

8 U 

7 U 

7 U 



H 2 9/10/1989 E 1 D F S56 



H 2 1/13/1989 C 
CHH 1 8/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 
H 2 12/27/1989 D 



H 2 1/15/1989 D 
H 2 2/16/1989 D 



H 

S 

H 

CHH 

CHH 



2/10/1989 C 
2/28/1989 B 
3/06/1989 C 
6/03/1989 A 
6/07/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/01/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/02/1989 A 



3 N 
3 N 
1 P N 
6 N K65 



S 2 12/27/1989 C 1 N 



8 N K65 
5 N R80 



1 

1 P 
5 P 
1 
4 



N P41 
F 659 
N K65 
N M70 
E 



3 N 
3 N 
8 N 



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CONCERNED CITIZENS UNITED 

COMMON SENSE ON QUOTAS H 

PUBLICATION CELEBRATES S 

CONCERNED DEPUTIES FOR THE CITIZENS OF DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT., DEPUTIES 

KS ^m^^^Q^R'i TO MOVIE' PROBLEM FOCUS OF PARENTS' GROUP H 



WILLOWDAILE GATHERING PLACE SOURCE OF PARENTS' CONCERN 

TEENS NEED MEETING PLACE 

GROUPS FOR PARENTS OF TEENS TO MEET 

a * C0 DUR^rr^ L i2RKET HAVING SOME PROBLEMS OF DIGESTION (CORRECTED 7-4-89) 

CONCRETE 

YOU'VE GOT IT IN CONCRETE WHEN YOU FILL OUT ONE OF THEIR FORMS 

CONDEMNATION 

SEE ALSO EASEMENTS 

SEE ALSO EMINENT DOMAIN 

SEE ALSO A TAKING (REAL ESTATE) 

PERSON BOARD CONCERNED ABOUT DURHAM TAKING LAND 

DURHAM DROPS PROPOSAL TO ACQUIRE PERSON LAND 

CITY DROPS PLAN TO GET PERSON LAND 

TOWN MAY SEIZE ESTES DRIVE LAND 

UOMAN CHALLENGES CITY'S RIGHT OF EMINENT DOMAIN 

TOUN TO SEIZE LAND FOR PARK, LIBRARY 

LAWYER ARGUES CONDEMNATION ACTION WRONG _ _ 

DEVELOPER SAYS SHE SOUGHT DEAL WITH WOMAN ON SEWER LINE 

60-DAY INJUNCTION ISSUED IN SEUER EASEMENT FIGHT 

WOMAN WINS 1ST ROUND IN BATTLE OVER SEWER LINE 

FIRM SHIFTS SEWER, ENDS CONDEMNATION 

PERSON MAY CONDEMN LAND NEAR AIRPORT 

DOT SUES TO CONDEMN GAS STATION 

CITY LATE PAYING LEGAL SETTLEMENT __ 

DEVELOPER TO PAY LEGAL COSTS FROM CONDEMNATION DISMISSAL 

DELAY IN PAYING BILL IS POOR CITY SERVICE 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 

SEE ALSO BUILDING PERMITS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SPECIAL USE PERMIT 

SEE ALSO ZONING LAWS „ _ 

HEARING, VOTE SCHEDULED FOR TWO CARRBORO PERMITS 

CARRBORO CIRCLE K LAWSUIT BEFORE APPEALS COURT 

CONDOMINIUMS 

SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 

SE DUWAM HOME MARKET HAVIN6 SOME PROBLEMS OF DIGESTION (CORRECTED 7-4-89) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
CONDOS STILL VIABLE SEGMENT OF MARKET 

CONDOMS 

SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 

VIGIL WITH A PURPOSE _ 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK GROUP WORKING TO REDESIGNING* ^ FMrv 

CONDOMS ARE UNDERRATED FOR EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY/PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

2 MORE UNC SCHOOLS SEEK CONDOMS mammmi 

UNC STUDENT GOVERNMENT CALLS FOR CONDOM MACHINES IN DORMS 

UNC TO INSTALL CONDOM MACHI NES I N RESIDENCE HALLS 

CONDOM MACHINES CONCERN TRUSTEES 

UNC WORKERS' DUST TRIGGERS FIRE ALARM 

CONDOM MACHINES INSTALLED AT UNC DORMITORIES, UNION 

DUKE PLANS TO INSTALL 33 CONDOM DISPENSERS 

GROUP TO SPONSOR CONDOM DISTRIBUTION 

DURHAM COUNTY GROUNDS CONDOM-SHAPED BALLOON 



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



4/15/1989 A 4 E 
5/22/1989 A 3 H 



6/11/1989 B 1 N R63 

8/16/1989 A 1 N R63 

8/17/1989 A 4 E 

9/06/1989 A 9 N B53 



7/02/1989 F 1 P N C47 
3/26/1989 D 6 P N T33 



1/05/1989 
1/19/1989 
1/19/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/12/1989 
4/12/1989 



4/18/1989 B 



CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 



4/18/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/19/1989 
7/27/1989 

8/08/1989 

8/12/1989 

11/07/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/09/1989 



1 
7 

1 
3 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 

12 
1 
3 
1 
1 
4 



N T33 
N S69 
N H70 
N M70 
N S69 
N 

N S69 
N 653 
N S69 
N B53 
N B53 
N H60 
N H90 
N B53 
N B53 
E 



CHH 1 


5/15/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


10/28/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


H 2 


7/02/1989 F 


1 P N C47 


H 2 


7/04/1989 A 


2 N 


H 2 


7/30/1989 F 


1 N 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


3 P P L38 


H 2 


2/17/1989 C 


14 N K65 


S 2 


3/08/1989 A 


9 U 


H 2 


4/23/1989 B 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/24/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/25/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/27/1989 A 


3 N S17 


CHH 1 


8/16/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


8/18/1989 A 


6 P N L38 


H 2 


9/07/1989 C 


1 N N36 


CHH 1 


9/27/1989 A 


3 N 


H 2 10/28/1989 A 


1 N S22 



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citizen complaints ground giant flying condon 

county grounds tastelessness 

bond favors flying condon-shaped balloon (corrected) 

bond: bump helped awareness of aids 

clearing the record 

too windy for balloon 

confederate flag 

confederate flags symbols of c0urage-4nd sadness 
shs to compete in hoot court regionals 
confederate flag lawsuit may settle out of court 
school board settles confederate flag suit out of court 
rebel flag settlement clears files 
flag sun settlement a reasoned approach 
cheuning principal lifts ban on confederate flag 
tine for some respect 

confederate soldiers 
see also civil war history 
see also united daughters of the confederacy 
granville confederate hero finally gets medal of honor 

confederation of independent orders of knights of the ku klux klan 
see ku klux klan 

confidentiality 
see privacy 



CONFLICT OF INTERESTS 
SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, CONFLICT OF INTERESTS 

COASTAL PANEL MEMBERS GET ETHICS BOARD CAUTION LETTERS 

SPANGLER SAYS BUSINESS TIES DON'T HAMPER JOB 

TRANSPORTATION OFFICIAL SEEKS CONFLICT PROBE 

SPANGLER BID SPURS DEBATE OF UNC POLICY 

LAtfWvER SEEKS LEAVE. GETS AX 

COUNTY POLICY URGED ON INTEREST CONFLICTS 

PUBLIC SERVANTS NEED GUIDELINES ON CONFLICTS 

CONGRESS MUST END APPEARANCE INCOME 

committee: lassiter could KEEP BENEFITS IN OFFICE 

UNC BOARD APPROVES ETHICS RULES 

CONFLICT OF INTEREST DEBATE ENTANGLES BROWN 

NO CONFLICT OF INTEREST, ATTORNEY SAYS OF BROUN 

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 HAY QUELL BROWN'S CITY GRANT REQUEST 

NCCU GETS GRANT COUNCILMAN BACKED 

INTEGRITY OF GOVERNMENT 

CATES MAY ASK TWO ON TREE BOARD TO RESIGN 

SMALL VOICES RESPONDS TO CATES' CHARGES 

CATES PERSECUTES SHALL VOICES MEMBERS 

SMALL VOICES CHARGES CATES WITH INTIMIDATION 

A REAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST 

UNC OFFICER WHO FILED COMPLAINT DROPPED FROM PANEL 

CATES' CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 

NEWSPAPER KNEW COLUMNIST'S AFFILIATIONS 

CONGREGATIONS IN ACTION 

SEE DURHAM CONGREGATIONS IN ACTION 

CONGRESS OF RACIAL EQUALITY (CORE) 

BLACK HISTORY/CHAPEL HILL HAD BIG ROLE IN MOVEMENT 

CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGNS 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT (U.S.) 
SEE ALSO SENATORIAL CAMPAIGNS 
SEE ALSO U.S. CONGRESS 



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H 
H 

s 

H 
H 


2 10/28/1989 C 
2 10/31/1989 A 
2 11/01/1989 C 
2 11/01/1989 B 
2 11/02/1989 A 
2 11/02/1989 A 


1 N H65 
4 E 
1 P N S22 

1 N H65 

2 N 
4 E 


H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 


2 3/05/1989 B 
2 4/14/1989 C 
2 8/15/1989 A 
2 8/18/1989 C 
2 8/18/1989 A 
2 8/21/1989 A 
2 11/14/1989 A 
2 11/18/1989 A 


1 PUN36 
1 N B53 
1 N S92 
1 N C47 
1 P N S92 
4 E 
1 N Yll 
4 E 


H 


2 2/23/1989 C 


1 N H60 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



CHH 1 



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



1/22/1989 B 
1/22/1989 B 
2/09/1989 B 
2/11/1989 A 
2/12/1989 B 
2/16/1989 A 
2/17/1989 
5/25/1989 
6/09/1989 
6/11/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/24/1989 
6/24/1989 
6/25/1989 
6/26/1989 
6/28/1989 
6/29/1989 
7/01/1989 
8/11/1989 
8/12/1989 
8/12/1989 
8/18/1989 
8/25/1989 
9/13/1989 
10/18/1989 
11/01/1989 



A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
C 
C 
A 
D 
A 
C 
C 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



N 
N 
N 

N L90 
N 

N A54 
E 
E 

N R63 
N S17 
N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N C61 
E 
E 

N R63 
N C61 
E 

N D38 
N D38 
L 

N D38 
L 

N S17 
L 
U 



CHH 1 2/05/1989 A 1 N H90 



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EX-DUKE PROF SAYS HE MAY RUN FOR CONGRESS 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 

SEE NATIONAL CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 

CONGRESSIONAL RECORD 

BURLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL'S FOOTBALL TEAM IS HONORED IN CONGRESSIONAL.. 

THE DM B l 3 (BAND) 

RALEIGH ROCKERS THE CONNELLS SATURDAY NIGHT AT UNC'S MEMORIAL HALL 
RALEIGH QUINTET SHOWS PROMISE IN LATEST ALBUM 

CONSCIENCE FUND 

SEE CRIMINAL RESTITUTION 

CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 
SEE ALSO VIETNAM 
VIETNAM ERA CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR GOT BOOK IDEAS IN RICHMOND SLUMS 

CONSERVATION 

SEE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 

CONSERVATION FUND (ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA) 
ENVIRONMENTALISTS WIN ONE 
CONSERVATIONISTS BID ON THE FUTURE 

CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO FARMLAND, DURHAM COUNTY 
PRESERVATION PLAN WOULD SLOW SELLOUTS 
PRESERVING FARMLAND TO KEEP COUNTY GREEN 



S 2 6/07/1989 B 1 P N M06 



H 2 2/18/1989 B 2 N 



3/03/1989 D 14 P P 
4/06/1989 B 1 R H90 



H 2 2/26/1989 B 8 P U H49 



S 

CHH 



2 9/11/1989 A 
1 9/23/1989 A 



7/24/1989 A 
7/25/1989 A 



CONSERVATIVES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

SEE ALSO FRIENDS OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO LIBERALS _ 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE CONSERVATIVE COALITION (TRICONS) , mjxjr „ , 

CONSERVATIVES RISE AGAINj FRIENDS OF DURHAM SHOULD LEARN FROM... MI STAKES H 

DURHAM COALITION PLANS NOV. ELECTION STRATEGY _ m H 

FRIENDS OF DURHAM FACES FINAL RACE WITH FULL COFFERS, STRONG MANPOWER H 
REMARKABLE SHOWING H 

VOTERS READY FOR CHANGE H 



8/21/1989 A 
10/12/1989 A 
10/12/1989 A 
10/12/1989 A 
10/15/1989 D 



CONSERVING ENERGY DOLLARS (DURHAM SUN COLUMN) 
SEE ALSO ENERGY CONSERVATION 
EFFICIENCY IS ECONOMICAL 
FIREPLACE GRATE IS ENERGY EFFICIENT 
WINDOWS NEED INSULATION 
ACRYLIC LATEX IS GOOD FOR CAULKING 
STORM WINDOWS BIG SAVERS/SAVING ENERGY $ 
ACRYLIC STORM WINDOWS ECONOMICAL TO INSTALL 
•QUILTS' INSULATE WINDOWS 

INSULATION CONTRACTORS WILL GIVE FREE ESTIMATES 
INSULATING WALLS CAN BE TRICKY 
SPECIAL ENERGY DEVICES HELP APARTMENT RESIDENTS 
COMMUNAL EFFORT SAVES ENERGY 
ATTIC FAN OPENING CAN BE INSULATED 
GOOD DESIGN SAVES ENERY/CONSERVING ENERGY * 
N.C. SOLAR CENTER HAS MANY SERVICES 
GOOD INSULATION NEEDED FOR SOLAR HOME 
SOLAR DESIGN WILL HELP SAVE ENERGY 
PASSIVE SOLAR WATER HEATER S REL IABLE 
SOLAR ENERGY BECOMES COST-EFFECTIVE 
SOLAR EQUIPMENT DOESN'T REQUIRE MUCH MAINTENANCE 
AIR CONDITIONERS SHOULD BE EFFICIENT 
ATTIC VENTS ARE WORTH THE COST/CONSERVING ENERGY » 
TURNING OFF HOUSE BIG SAVER/ CONSERVING ENERGY $ 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH IS SAVING ENERGY DOLLARS 
RECYCLING BENEFITS EVERYONE 



1/07/1989 A 
1/14/1989 A 
1/21/1989 A 
1/28/1989 A 
2/04/1989 A 
2/11/1989 A 
2/18/1989 A 
2/25/1989 A 
3/04/1989 A 
3/11/1989 A 
3/18/1989 A 
3/25/1989 A 
4/01/1989 A 
4/08/1989 A 
4/15/1989 A 
4/22/1989 A 
4/29/1989 A 
5/06/1989 A 
5/13/1989 A 
5/20/1989 A 
6/03/1989 A 
6/10/1989 A 
6/17/1989 A 
6/24/1989 A 



3 E 

4 E 



1 N H65 
4 E 



E 

N R63 
N R63 
E 
E 



H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 
H05 



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CLEANING DISHWASHER SAVES ENERGY DOLLARS 

RADIANT BARRIERS CHILL OUT AIR CONDITIONING EXPENSES 

REFLECTIVE FOIL IS EASY TO INSTALL 

EXPERIMENTS OFFER FUN FOR CHILDREN 

GAS WATER HEATERS SAVE ENERGY DOLLARS 

WASTING WATER RUNS UP BILLS 

HAND-OPERATED TOOLS SAVE ENERGY DOLLARS 

NEW SOLAR TECHNOLOGY IS BEING DEVELOPED 

CONSERVING ENERGY SAVES OUR PLANET 

CONSPIRACY 

FORMER COLT OFFICIAL PLEADS GUILTY TO FIREARMS CHARGE 

CONSTRUCTION CONTROL SERVICE CORP. 

BOND BACKS CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONTRACT FOR COURTHOUSE RENOVATION 
COUNTY HIRING COMPANY TO OVERSEE CONSTRUCTION 
MINORITY FIRM TO OVERSEE COUNTY COURTHOUSE PROJECT 

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO NELLO L. TEER CO. 
SEE ALSO WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION 

BENCH MARK/INSTITUTIONAL CONSTRUCTION IN U.S. TO CONTINUE TO BE STRONG.. 

GAP BETWEEN 1988, 1989 CONSTRUCTION IS WIDENING/THE BENCH MARK 

IRS PROBES CONSTRUCTION IN TRIANGLE 

CONSULTING FIRMS 

SEE ALSO CAMP DRESSER I MCKEE 
SEE ALSO HAZEN AND SAWYER 

CHILD PROTECTION WOE PROMPTS SOCIAL SERVICES TO ENGAGE CONSULTANTS 

ACHIEVEMENTS OF WORKSHOP PLEASE BOND 

♦14,000 OK'D FOR SCHOOL CONSULTANTS 

PAYING THE PRICE OF ADVICE/SUNDAY FOCUS: CONSULTANTS 

MORE WORKERS MEAN FEWER CONSULTANTS, HARTWELL SAYS 

STUDIES RAISE GOOD ISSUES, HOWES SAYS 

WATCH YOUR WALLET, DR. SEUSS 

LIBRARY CONSULTANT TO BE HIRED 

CONSULTANTS TO SCRUTINIZE UNC POLICE 

CONSUMER CREDIT 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER DEBT 
CONSUMER-CREDIT COUNSELING SERVICE MAY OPEN 

CONSUMER DEBT 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER CREDIT 
SEE ALSO CREDIT 
SEE ALSO DEBTS 
CONSUMER-CREDIT COUNSELING SERVICE MAY OPEN 

CONSUMER EDUCATION 

SEE CONSUMER PROTECTION 

CONSUMER INFORMATION CENTER 
SEE ALSO INFORMATION RESOURCES 
GOVERNMENT OFFERS TIPS TO CONSUMERS 

CONSUMER PROTECTION 

GOVERNMENT OFFERS TIPS TO CONSUMERS 
HELP CONSUMERS FOR A CHANGE 

CONTACT TELEMINISTRY ORGANIZATION 

SEE CONTACT DURHAM, INC. (CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM) 



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S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 


2 7/01/1989 A 
2 7/08/1989 A 
2 7/15/1989 A 
2 7/22/1989 A 
2 7/29/1989 A 
2 8/05/1989 A 
2 8/12/1989 A 
2 8/19/1989 A 
2 8/26/1989 A 


5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


UH05 
U H05 
U H05 
UH05 
UH05 
U H05 
U H05 
U H05 
U BOS 



H 2 1/06V1989 C 10 N 



CONTACT WEEK 

SEE CONTACT DURHAM, INC. 



(CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM) 



CONTEMPT OF COURT CITATIONS 
SEE ALSO COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 



9/09/1989 A 
9/12/1989 C 
9/12/1989 C 



S 2 3/14/1989 A 
H 2 4/26/1989 A 



1 P N H65 
7 N S69 
1 NH65 



H 2 


1/08/1989 F 


1 DN 


H 2 


4/09/1989 F 


1 N 


S 2 


5/15/1989 A 


1 N M06 


H 2 


1/26/1989 C 


1 N A54 


H 2 


3/23/1989 B 


5PN 


H 2 


4/11/1989 C 


6 N 


CHH 1 


7/09/1989 A 


1 CF M20 


CHH 1 


7/09/1989 A 


1 P F M20 


CHH 1 


7/09/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


7/09/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


7/12/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 10/26/1989 A 


1 N S17 



S 2 12/07/1989 C 1 N E33 



S 2 12/07/1989 C 1 N E33 



S 2 3/14/1989 A 6 P F 659 



6 P F G59 
4 E 



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12/31/1989 



BY SUBJECTS 



LAWYER FINED FOR CONTEHPT AFTER CLIENT'S CASE POSTPONED EIGHT TIKES 
JUDGE DECIDES POLICE OFFICERS NOT IN CONTEHPT 
COLLEAGUES SUPPORTIVE OF ACTIONS— NAKELL 

CONTESTS (SEE ALSO SPECIFIC NAMES OF CONTESTS) 
SEE ALSO COOKING CONTESTS 
SEE ALSO FROST 
SEE ALSO LOGOS 

'BATH DUCK' GETS INVENTOR, 6, OUT OF 'HOT HATER* 

THE DURHAM SUN... FIND YOUR PLACE IN THE SUN (CONTEST) 

FIND YOUR PLACE IN THE SUN (CONTEST) 

1ST WINNERS NAMED IN SUN CONTEST . 

2 FROM DURHAM WIN 2ND WEEK OF SUN CONTEST 

FIND YOUR PLACE IN THE SUN (CONTEST) 

FIND YOUR PLACE IN THE SUN (CONTEST) 

FIND YOUR PLACE IN THE SUN (CONTEST) 

FIND YOUR PLACE IN THE SUN (CONTEST) „»_„, 

DURHAM MAN WINS GRAND PRIZE IN SUN CENTENNIAL CONTEST 

HE WON HIS PLACE IN THE SUN - HAVE FUN FRANK! 

SCHOOLS SET SLOGAN CONTEST _„.„, 

JORDAN STUDENT WINS DISTRICT ART CONTEST 

MATH SCHOOL TEAM WINS U.S. CONTEST 

CONTEST 'BITES' WINNERS 

SEASON'S EATING! /APPETIZER 

SEASON'S EATINGI/MAIN COURSE 

DURHAM'S MARTIN LUTHER KING PANEL SPONSORING CONTEST 

CONTINENTAL AIRLINES 

NO SINGLE CAUSE FOR DISASTERS 

CONTINENTAL CLUB 

SEE DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

CONTINENTAL SOCIETIES INC., DURHAM CHAPTER 
TEEN PREGNANCY AWARENESS 
STEPPING OUT IN STYLE 

CONTRACEPTION 

SEE BIRTH CONTROL 

CONTRACTORS 

SEE BUILDING CONTRACTORS 
SEE MINORITY CONTRACTORS 
SEE PAVING CONTRACTORS 

CONTRACTS 

SEE ALSO ATHLETIC CONTRACTS 
SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO DEFENSE CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., CONTRACT BIDDING 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C., CONTRACT BIDDING 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL CONTRACTS 
SEE ALSO N.C., STATE CONTRACTS 
SEE ALSO PAVING CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO PRICE FIXING 
LEGAL CONTRACTS AVAILABLE 

CONTRA DANZA 

SHAPES OF THE INNER EXPERIENCE; SOUTH AMERICANS BRING A VISION... 
SOUTH AMERICAN DANCE CO. PERFORMS TONIGHT „_„.,, 1A1 
LATIN DANCE TROUPES SHOW CONTRAST IN STYLES AT FESTIVAL 

SOUTH AMERICANS HAVE STYLE 

STAGE IS SET AT DUKE FOR ARGENTINEAN DANCERS 

CONTRAS 

SEE ALSO IRAN/CONTRAS AFFAIR 
SEE ALSO NICARAGUA 

PROTESTING AID TO CONTRAS 



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H 2 1/12/1989 C 1 N S82 
H 2 3/01/1989 C 1 N 
CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 3 P N H90 



s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 



2/08/1989 
3/07/1989 
3/14/1989 
3/14/1989 
3/21/1989 
3/21/1989 
3/28/1989 . 
4/04/1989 B 
4/11/1989 B 
4/19/1989 C 
4/25/1989 A 
5/24/1989 B 
5/26/1989 A 
6/22/1989 
7/08/1989 
12/06/1989 
12/06/1989 
12/06/1989 



12/28/1989 B 



NS92 

F 

F 

N 

N 

F 

F 

F 

F 

N 

F 

N 

N 

N S92 

E 

F S27 

F G59 

F S27 

N 



H 2 8/16/1989 A 4 E 



4/11/1989 B 
8/12/1989 A 



2 P P K30 
5 P P S73 



H 2 8/21/1989 A 13 N 



6/26/1989 B 
6/26/1989 C 
6/27/1989 B 
6/27/1989 B 
6/27/1989 C 



F Zll 
N T77 
R L59 
R B71 
N T77 



H 2 4/04/1989 C 1 P P T37 



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1/01/1989 - 



INDEX BY 

12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



REAGAN'S HYPOCRISY GOOD LESSON FOR BUSH 

SANFORD AND HELMS HAVE OPPOSITION REACTIONS ON DECISION TO DISBAND... 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE (SUN COLUMN) 

CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/LILLIAN HOLLAND 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/LAURA COUSINEAU 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/TOM RICHARDSON 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/SUSAN CRAWFORD ROSS 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/ARLENE CORRIGAN 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/BOB JACKSON 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/RON WHITFIELD 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/SHEILA PFAENDER 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/JAN YARDLEY 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/DELLA FULBRIGHT 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/DR. MARCUS INGRAM 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/SAMUEL BROUN 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/REV. CATHY CARLSON 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/BOBBY UOMBLE 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/MIRIAM CLIFFORD 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/RUTH ANN MEIER 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/DONALD ROYSTER 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/DORETTA BROUNING 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/ JEFFREY PARKIN 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/6LENDA CLAUSON 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/SHERRY BURTON 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/KAY ROSENMARKLE 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/LARRY BUMGARDNER 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/DAVID STRICKLAND 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/BETTY WORRELL 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/MAUREEN DAUGHTRY 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/HENRY BUFOfiD 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/LARRY POLLARD 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/LEE R. WILLIAMS 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/C. MICHAEL POOLE 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/MARIO SCOTT 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/ARLENE J. DIOSEGY 
CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRIANGLE/GRETCHEN COOLEY 

CONVENIENCE STORES 

SEE ALSO DRIVE-THROUGH ESTABLISHMENTS 
SEE ALSO GROCERY STORES 

PLANS FOR NEW 'ENTRANCE WAY' CONVENIENCE STORE DRAWS PRAISE 

TWO CONVENIENCE STORES ARE ROBBED 

FIRE OFFICIALS WATCH STORES FOR FIREWORKS 

CONVENTIONS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU 
LET TAR HEEL HONEY STAY HERE 

HAYTT SEEKS »25,000 TO PAY CONVENTION PLANNING COSTS 
OCCUPANCY IN OMNI ROOKS 30 PERCENT; OTHER BUSINESS GOOD 

COOKBOOKS 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
MEALS ON THE FLY, N.C. NATIVE HARLENE MORRIS'S NEW COOKBOOK TAKES WING 
COOKBOOK DESIGNED FOR FIRST-TIME CHEFS 
HOMESTEAD RESORT INSPIRES COOKBOOK 

COOKIES 

COMMERCIAL PURCHASES INCREASINGLY INCLUDE ENVIRONMENTAL PROBE 

COOKING 

SEE ALSO MICROWAVE COOKING 
SEE ALSO SOUTHERN COOKING 

FEWER WOMEN SLAVING OVER HOT STOVES 

TAKING THE CALORIES OUT OF YOUR OLD FAVORITE RECIPES 

COOKING SHOULD BE EXCITING AND FUN 

CARIBBEAN CUISINE COMES TO DURHAM 

COOKING CONTESTS 



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S 2 4/17/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 8/12/1989 B 4 N 



s 


2 


1/07/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


1/14/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


1/21/1989 D 


3 PB 


s 


2 


1/28/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


2/04/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


2/11/1989 D 


3P B 


s 


2 


2/18/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


2/25/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


3/04/1989 D 


3 PB 


s 


2 


3/11/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


3/18/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


3/25/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


4/01/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


4/08/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


4/15/1989 D 


4 P B 


s 


2 


4/22/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


4/29/1989 B 


8 P B 


s 


2 


5/06/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


5/13/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


5/20/1989 D 


3 PB 


s 


2 


5/27/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


6/03/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


6/10/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


6/17/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


6/24/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


7/01/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


7/08/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


7/15/1989 D 


3 PB 


s 


2 


7/22/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


7/29/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


8/05/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


8/12/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


8/19/1989 D 


3 P B 


s 


2 


8/26/1989 D 


3 P B 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


1 N M70 


H 


2 


6/14/1989 D 


12 N 


s 


2 10/27/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


3/22/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/10/1989 A 


1 N S69 


H 


2 


7/20/1989 C 


1 N N36 


H 


2 


1/04/1989 B 


1 PF S56 


s 


2 


1/25/1989 B 


1 PF G59 


s 


2 


6/14/1989 C 


1 PF G59 


H 


2 11/18/1989 C 


1 N C60 



CHH 1 2/02/1989 A 5 P N U80 

H 2 3/01/1989 B 1 F 

S 2 4/12/1989 B 1 P F S27 

S 2 5/17/1989 C 1 P F G59 



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SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO CONTESTS (SEE ALSO SPECIFIC NAMES OF CONTESTS) 
RECIPE FOR COOKING STARDOM „ 

A HEALTHY AND TASTY ONE-DISH MEAL CAN WIN YOU $100 
ENTER A HEALTHY RECIPEi IT COULD BE WORTH $100 

DORIS DE MERS WINS COOKING CONTEST ^^ tu ,____ 

PRIZE CHILI; HEALTHY AND QUICK CHILI RECIPE IS FIRST IN CONTEST 

COOL SPRING (MUSICAL) 

'COOL SPRING' TOASTS AN ERA 

COOPERATIVE ASSISTANCE FUND 

HAYTI CORP. BANKRUPTCY PLAGUES SISTER COMPANY 

COOPERATIVE LEARNING METHODS 

PRINCIPAL DENIES POUE ELITIST 'REFUGE' 

COOPERATIVE OCEANOGRAPHIC PROGRAM 
SEE DUKE UNIV. MARINE LABORATORY 

COOPERATIVES 

SEE FOOD CO-OPS 

COORDINATED ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT ___ 

LOCAL OFFICIALS HONOR PROGRAM FOR ARE TEEN-AGE PARENTS 

COORDINATED AGENCY TRANSPORTATION 
ORANGE CO. CAT TO GET 2 NEW VANS 

COORDINATING COUNCIL AGAINST CHILD VICTIMIZATION 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM _ _ 

CHILD-ABUSE CONSULTANTS TO VISIT DURHAM AGENCIES 

COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOOD ADVISERS PROJECT 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 

A COMMUNITY HELPS ITS AGING 

AGENCY GOAL: TAP POTENTIAL OF ELDERLY 

COORDINATION AND CONSULTATION COMMITTEE „ „__ 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, COORDINATION AND CONSULTATION COMMITTEE 

COPPER BOWL 

SEE ALSO COLLEGE BOWLS 
NCSU SHOULD JUST SAY NO TO COPPER BOWL 
'PACK GOES WEST IN SEARCH OF LOST EXPECTATIONS 
COPPER FOES SHARE BROKEN DREAMS 
WOLFPACK'S DARK CLOUD COULD HAVE A COPPER LINING 
FANS TARNISH COPPER BOWL _ „ , mmmm ^ m . 

MONTGOMERY SEEKS REDEMPTION IN FINAL GAME WITH WOLFPACK 
SHERIDAN NOT WORRIED ABOUT HOME-FIELD EDGE 

COPPERHEADS 

SEE ALSO SNAKES 
ADVISER SLIPS AWAY FROM SLITHERING BEAST; SNAKE FOUND UNDER PARKED CAR 

COPY MACHINES 

SEE PHOTOCOPYING 
SEE XEROX 

COPYRIGHT LAW 

^PROFESSOR PUBLISHING' UNDER FIRE; COPY COMPANIES DEFEND POLICIES 
KINKO'S MANAGER SAYS COMPANY TO FIGHT COPYRIGHT SUIT 

COPYTRON (BUSINESS) 

COPYTRON FILES SUIT OVER NEON SIGN LAW 
COPYTRON FILES SUIT OVER NEON SIGN LAW 

NEON LIGHT SUIT STILL TURNED ON 

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



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H 2 2/22/1989 B 1 N 

H 2 3/08/1989 B 1 N 

H 2 3/29/1989 A 1 P P 

H 2 3/29/1989 B 1 P F IMA 



H 2 10/15/1989 E 1 P F H45 
H 2 8/29/1989 A 1 N R63 
H 2 1/04/1989 A 1 P N J40 



CHH 1 5/13/1989 A 5 N 
CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 3 N M20 

S 2 4/21/1989 C 8 P N B53 



H 2 5/10/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 11/06/1989 B 1 P N S22 



H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 



11/22/1989 D 
12/12/1989 C 
12/29/1989 B 
12/30/1989 D 
12/30/1989 B 
12/30/1989 B 
12/31/1989 C 



U K88 
U F25 
U F25 
N M64 
N F25 
U F25 
N M64 



CHH 1 9/18/1989 A 1 N H90 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



3/30/1989 A 1 P N S17 
5/05/1989 A 1 N S17 



CHH 1 1/19/1989 A 1 N M70 

CHH 1 1/19/1989 A 1 N H90 

CHH 1 2/03/1989 A 3 N C62 

CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 1 P N M70 



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CORCORAN ST. PARKING GARAGE 

THUG GETS KICKS] SHE'S A BROUN BELT 

CORN 

CORNUCOPIA OF FRESH EARS 

CORNING GLASSWARE INC. 

COURT UPHOLDS PATENT FINDING FOR CORNING, SUMITOMO OFFICIAL SAYS... 

CORONARY BYPASS SURGERY 
SEE ALSO HEART SURGERY 
COUNTY GENERAL'S OPEN HEART SURGERY PROGRAM SET 
DUKE STUDY: BYPASS SURGERY MORE EFFECTIVE THAN MEDICINE 
FIRST CORONARY BYPASS PERFORMED AT HOSPITAL 
HEALTH COSTS: SHOP AROUND 
DUKE LEADS IN NEW HEART-SURGERY TECHNIQUE 

CORPORAL PUNISHMENT 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., CORPORAL PUNISHMENT 
AREA SCHOOLS REFLECT PUNISHMENT DEBATE 
PWCL ADVANCES DAY-CARE CENTER ANTI-SPANKING BILL 
BILL TO REPEAL DAY-CARE SPANKING BAN ADVANCES 
OPPONENTS DELAY VOTE ON ALLOWING DAY-CARE SPANKINGS 
STATE LOOKS BACKWARD ON DAY-CARE SPANKING 
HOUSE OKS DAY-CARE SPANKING BILL 

HOUSE VOTES TO ALLOW SPANKINGS IN CHURCH-RUN DAY-CARE CENTERS 
SPANKING SUIT DEAL THREATENS CHILDREN 
DURHAM NAN STABBED. BEATEN IN ARGUMENT OVER SPANKING 
ALTERNATIVES TO SPANKING URGED 
PANEL SHOULDN'T TOUCH DAY-CARE SPANKING BAN 

CORP. FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING 

3 UNC PRODUCTIONS GET NATIONAL HONORS 

CORRECTIONS 

SEE ASSOCIATED PRESS, CORRECTIONS 

SEE DURHAM MORNING HERALD, CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS 

SEE DURHAM SUN, CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS 

CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESS ETHICS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 
SEE ALSO WHISTLEBLOWERS 
STATE SEIZES RECORDS OF HAYTI GROUP 

CORRUPTION IN GOVERNMENT 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 
SEE ALSO SPECIAL PROSECUTORS 
SEE ALSO WHISTLEBLOWERS 

CORRUPTION WITHOUT PROSECUTION 

AMONG MR. WRIGHT'S WRONGS 

ILLEGAL, NO; SCANDALOUS, YES/JAMES WATT, OTHERS USED PULL TO HELP.. 

THE ROBBING HUD SCANDAL 

STAINED BY HIS OWN SILENCE 

SHAMEFUL 101ST CONGRESS 

CORRUPTION IN SPORTS 
SEE SPORTS, SCANDALS 

COSMETICS 

SHOPS PEDDLE 'CRUELTY-FREE' BEAUTY 
1989 BRINGS SHIFT IN ANIMAL TESTING 

COSMETOLOGY 

SEE ALSO HAIRDRESSERS 
CANCER PATIENTS FEEL BETTER BY LOOKING GOOD 



H 2 4/20/1989 C 1 N 
CHH 1 9/15/1989 A 3 P P L38 
H 2 2/28/1989 A 10 N 



H 


2 4/12/1989 C 


1 P N C60 


S 


2 4/14/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 4/15/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 4/18/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 11/04/1989 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 3/14/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


H 


2 5/03/1989 D 


9 


N 


H 


2 7/06/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 7/08/1989 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 7/08/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 7/12/1989 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 7/13/1989 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 9/15/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/02/1989 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 ll/09/198 c 


5 


N 


S 


2 11/18/1989 A 


4 


E 



CHH 1 6/19/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 4/21/1989 A 1 P N S69 



1/24/1989 A 
5/04/1989 A 
6/02/1989 A 
6/16/1989 A 
10/03/1989 A 
12/01/1989 A 



CHH 1 12/30/1989 A 3 P N 
CHH 1 12/30/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 10/30/1989 B 1 P N C60 



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SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C. 
CHAPEL HILL LIVING COST HIGHEST IN STATE 
LAND OF MILK AND HONEY HAS ITS PRICE 
APPRAISER SAYS HOUSING STUDY IS MISLEADING 
'HEAVEN' IS NOT CHEAP 
IS HOUSING EFFORT WORTH THE COST? 
UNC URGED TO HELP EASE LACK OF HOUSING 
CHAPEL HILL'S LIVING COSTS STILL TOPS 

COST OF LIVING INDEX, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY , DURHAM 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO UAGES, DURHAM 
CHAPEL HILL LIVING COST HIGHEST IN STATE 

COSTUMES 

SEE ALSO HALLOWEEN COSTUMES _ 

'tt&S^ SSBySyS^S&n SUPPED INDIANA JO*S FOR UNC 

COTTAGE INDUSTRIES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FAMILY-OWNED BUSINESSES 
LET THEM WORK AT HOME 

COTTON BOWL 

SEE ALSO COLLEGE BOWLS 

'41 BLUE DEVILS RELISH RENEWAL OF DUKE FORTUNES 

COTTON'S COUNTRY BAR-B-CUE 

PIG AT COTTON'S IS TRULY 'MELTINGLY TENDER' 

COUCH POTATOES 

SEE ALSO TELEVISION 
SPORTS MANIA 

COULTER ASSOCIATES 

TOWN OKS OPEN SPACE STUDY FUNDS 

COUNCIL FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ENTREPRENEURIAL3HIP 
SEE ALSO VENTURE CAPITAL FIRMS 
ENTREPRENEURIAL GROUP PLANS WORKSHOPS 

COUNCIL OF CIVIC CLUBS OF GREATER DURHAM 
NEW OFFICERS 

COUNCIL OF STATE 

SEE N.C. COUNCIL OF STATE 

COUNCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENTS 

SEE ALSO KERR-TAR COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 
SEE ALSO PIEDMONT TRIAD COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 
SEE ALSO REGION K COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 
SEE ALSO TRIANGLE J COUNCIL OF GOVERttOTTS 
MONEY RUMORS WORRY COUNCILS OF GOVERNMENT 

COUNCIL OF STATE SEATS 

SEE N.C. COUNCIL OF STATE 

EH M"* TI UT I I F COWUNITY 

•TO SWE THE GOOD LORD'-COJNCILVILLE CHURCH GREW OUT OF... PRAYER.. 

COUNTERFEIT MONEY 
SEE ALSO FORGERY 
POLICE LOG/STUDENTS OF SCIENCE, MATH SCHOOL ASSAULTED 

COUNTRY CLUBS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTRY CLUB (DEFUNCT) 



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CHH 1 1/07/1989 A 1 C N S17 

CHH 1 1/08/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 1/12/1989 A 3 N S17 

S 2 1/12/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 1/27/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 2/02/1989 A 3 P N M70 

CHH 1 6/17/1989 A 1 C N S17 



CHH 1 1/07/1989 A 1 C N S17 



H 2 6/25/1989 E 9 P R G68 
H 2 8/28/1989 A 6 P F P10 



H 2 4/26/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 12/29/1989 B 1 U M88 

H 2 9/01/1989 D 7 R 077 

H 2 11/09/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 9/26/1989 A 1 N M70 

H 2 12/01/1989 C 4 N K65 

S 2 10/04/1989 C 3 P P T32 



H 2 2/01/1989 C 1 N P41 



CHH 1 2/06/1989 A 1 P Q M20 



H 2 8/28/1989 A 11 N M51 



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NEW 2-STORY CLUBHOUSE, AMENITIES CENTER GOING UP IN HOPE VALLEY FARMS.,. H 2 7/23/1989 F 1 P N 



COUNTRY MUSIC 
gcp aisO MUSIC 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, SOUTHERN F0LKLIFE COLLECTION 

A WHOLE LOTTA COUNTRY 

PINKY & DUKE; NOW, JUST WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE? 

ROCKABILLY, DIXIELAND, BLUES & SUING. IT'S ALL COUNTRY TO THE WHEEL 

COUNTRY SINGER LYLE LOVETT — AGGIE WIT & .45 DRAMA 

COLLECTION HAS SOUNDS OF SOUTH 

COUNTRY MUSIC! TWO APPROACHES/RALPH STANLEY'S STILL PLAYING IT... 

NANCY MIDDLETONi HER POWER-PACKED VOICE IS MAKING ITSELF HEARD... 

MOUNTAIN MUSIC MAN 

COUNTRY STORE (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
DOWN AT THE COUNTRY STORE 

COUNTRY STORES 

SEE ALSO GROCERY STORES 

SEE ALSO SUPERMARKETS, DURHAM 
NEW FEDERAL REGULATIONS ON FUEL TANKS FORCING MANY COUNTRY STORES... 

COUNTY FAIRS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY FAIR 
COUNTY FAIRS WANT TO SHED CARNY IMAGE 

COUNTY GOVERNMENT WEEK 

DURHAM TO CELEBRATE COUNTY GOVERNMENT WEEK 

COUNTY MANAGERS, N.C. 

BOND 3RD HIGHEST-PAID COUNTY MANAGER IN STATE 

COUP D'ETAT 

HELMS SAYS NORIEGA SHOT MAJOR, ATTACKS WHITE HOUSE INACTION 

PROFESSORS STRANIO IN PHILIPPICS 

TEACHER EXPRESSES RELIEF AFTER FLIGHT FROM MANILA 

COURAGE 

JERRY GENTRY/BEING COURAGEOUS ISN'T ALWAYS EASY 

COURT-APPOINTED LAWYERS 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC DEFENDERS, DURHAM 
DURHAM'S BREED OF FREE LAWYERS NEARS EXTINCTION 

COURT-MARTIAL 

SEE MILITARY, COURTS MARTIAL 



CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



1/06/1989 D 
1/06/1989 D 
1/20/1989 D 
2/26/1989 F 
3/10/1989 A 
3/24/1989 D 
5/04/1989 B 
6/20/1989 A 



1 PP S73 
10 P F Zll 

8 P F W66 
10 P F H90 

5 N 

3 P F F55 
1 P F Zll 

6 P F S56 



CHH 1 9/24/1989 A 3 P P C45 



H 2 2/18/1989 C 3 N 



1/22/1989 B 
2/18/1989 C 



S 2 12/20/1989 A 



H 2 10/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 



3 N 
1 PNH65 
1 N H65 



1 P N 

1 N H90 
1 N M25 



H 2 2/25/1989 A 4 U 533 



H 2 11/20/1989 A 1 N S82 



COURT SQUARE SHOPS 

GAPING HOLE IN DOWNTOWN HILLSBORUGH TO BE SITE OF RETAIL-OFFICE BUILDING CHH 1 11/25/1989 A 



COURTESY 

SERVICE MAY IMPROVE 

OFFICIALS DEFEND COURTESY CHARGE 

COURTESY TITLES 
SEE ALSO NAMES 
COURTESY TITLES RETURNING? 

COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO CONTEMPT OF COURT CITATIONS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY COURTHOUSE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM POLICE DEPT. , OFFICERS, COURT DATES 
SEE ALSO JUDGES, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO JURY DUTY 
SEE ALSO PRETRIAL NEWS COVERAGE 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC DEFENDERS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO SMALL CLAIMS COURT 
2 NO-SHOW POLICEMEN MUST SHOW CAUSE OR FACE CONTEMPT CHARGES 



S 2 4/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 



3 P N H90 



4 E 
3 P N M20 



H 2 4/16/1989 D 4 E 



H 2 1/06/1989 C 1 P N S82 



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LAWYER FINED FOR CONTEMPT AFTER CLIENT'S CASE POSTPONED EIGHT TIMES 
CRIKESTOPPERS COURTS INFORMANTS AT COURT 

NEW COURT FLAN HAY UNTANGLE WEB OF DELAY 

COUNTY LEADS STATE IN COMPENSATION FOR CRIME VICTIMS— COURT OFFICIAL 
> 'DEADLIEST-D.A.' REFUTATION TRAILS BRITT TO DURHAM COURTS 
PUTTING REALITY IN COURTROOM _ __ 

FIRE MARSHAL TO ENFORCE MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY IN CROWDED COURTROOMS 

COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY, CASE LOADS 

NEW PLAN TO END 'JUDGE SHOPPING' 

COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY, FINES „ 

JUDGE GETS TOUGH WITH PEOPLE WHO LAG ON PAYING OFF FINES 
NEW JUDGE'S PLAN CORRECTS OLD PROBLEM 
FINES SHOULD BE PAID QUICKLY 

COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY, MISTRIALS 
SEE ALSO MISTRIALS 
MISTRIAL DECLARED IN CASE OF JUANITA PETTIFORD'S DEATH 
HUNG JURY BRINGS MISTRIAL IN ABORTION-PROTEST CASE 
MISTRIAL DECLARED IN DUKE RAPE CASE 

COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CONTEMPT OF COURT CITATIONS 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO JUDICIAL DISTRICT 15-B 
SEE ALSO JUDICIAL DISTRICTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO JURY DUTY 
SEE ALSO JUVENILE COURTS 
SEE ALSO LAW ENFORCEMENT 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS 
SEE ALSO N.C. COURT OF APPEALS 
SEE ALSO N.C. SUPREME COURT 
SEE ALSO PRETRIAL NEWS COVERAGE 
SEE ALSO ROBESON COUNTY, N.C, COURTS 
ORANGE, CHATHAM LOG HIGH DWI CONVICITON RATES 

COURTS, N.C, CASE LOADS 

NEW PLAN TARGETS CROWDED COURT CALENDARS 

COURTS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY COURTHOUSE (OLD BUILDING) 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY GRAND JURY _ 

BREAK-IN TRIAL SHACKLED BY LEG IRONS; JUDGE RULES MISTRIAL,.. 

PURSE SNATCHING SUSPECT NETS 12 YEARS 

PEELE RESIGNS CHIEF DISTRICT JUDGE POST 

ORANGE, CHATHAM LOG HIGH DWI CONVICITON RATES 

PEELE TO RELINQUISH CHIEF DISTRICT POST 

FOX CALLS VICTIMS' ADVOCATE GOOD IDEA 

MAKING SENSE OF LOCAL COURTS 

STACKING UP IN DISTRICT COURT 

THE WAY TO TRIAL-MOST NEVER MAKE IT TO COURT 

COURTS, ORANGE COUNTY, COSTS 

COSTS INCREASE IN ORANGE COUNTY COURT 

COURTS-MARTIAL 

SEE MILITARY, COURTS MARTIAL 

COUSIN COUSINE (FILM) 

'COUSINS' REKINDLES INTEREST IN ITS FRENCH COUSIN 

COUSINS (FILM) _ 

'COUSINS' REALLY BETTER THAN IT OUGHT TO BE 

COVERT INTELLIGENCE GATHERING 
SEE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 



E 

D — DATE- 



S 
E 
C -PG 



1/12/1989 C 
2/22/1989 C 
6/06/1989 A 
8/06/1989 B 
8/27/1939 A 
9/02/1989 A 
12/03/1989 B 



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N S82 

N B53 

E 

N S82 
1 N S82 

E 
' N S82 



H 2 6/05/1989 A 1 P N S82 



2 7/12/1989 C 
2 7/15/1989 A 
2 7/16/1989 D 



H 2 6/24/1989 A 
H 2 9/15/1989 C 
H 2 10/13/1989 C 



1 P N S82 
4 E 
4 E 



1 P N S82 
1 N S82 

1 N S82 



CHH 1 7/24/1989 A 1 N M25 
H 2 1/04/1989 D 9 N 



CHH 1 



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



1/07/1989 

1/14/1989 

4/14/1989 

7/24/1989 

8/23/1989 

10/02/1989 

11/19/1989 

11/19/1989 

11/19/1989 



N H90 
N H90 
N R63 
N M25 
N H90 
N C62 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 



CHH 1 8/19/1989 A 3 N H90 



H 2 5/05/1989 D 11 R L59 



H 2 3/10/1989 D 3 P R S66 



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SEE SPIES 

COWBOY FILHS 
SEE COWBOYS 
SEE OLD WESTERN FILM CLUB 

COWBOYS 

SEE ALSO OLD WESTERN FILM CLUB 
RIDERS IN THE SKY, ROBERT KEEN JR. PLAY/WILD WEST ARTSCENTER 

COWS 

SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 
MOOED IN THE SHADE 
STANDOFF 

WHEN IN DAIRYLAND... 
COWS III 

COXSACKIE VIRUS _ 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
SEE ALSO VIRUS 
DURHAM DOCTORS TREAT VIRUS ATTACKING CHILDREN 

COYOTE CAFE (CARY, N.C.) 

COYOTE CAFEJ HAYBE IT ISN'T CHIC, BUT IT'S SOUTHWESTERN FOOD 

CRABS 

SEE ALSO SHELLFISH 

hermit crabs speak in many 'tongues' 
blue crabs: a soft touch 

OOPS! 

GETTING STEAMED UP OVER CRABS 

N.C. CRABS GOBBLED UP IN MARYLAND 

CRACK 

SEE ALSO COCAINE 
'SMOKELESS CIGARETTES' TARGETED FOR USEFULNESS IN SMOKING 'CRACK' 
CRACK HAKES INROADS IN STATE, OFFICIALS SAY 
20 ARRESTED IN CHATHAM CRACK BUST 
CRACK BUST FIRST FOR TOWN 

SBI OFFICIAL WARNS CRACK WILL BRING 'GANGS AND GUNS' 
POLICE LOG/CRACK FOUND DURING RAID; THREE CHARGED 
DURHAM POLICE FIND LARGE AMOUNT OF CRACK 
POLICE FEAR CRACK ONSET 
CHAPEL HILL CRACK-£VERYONE'S PROBLEM 
FORGERY PROBE LED OFFICERS TO CRACK 

CRACKER JACKS 

SEE ALSO POPCORN 
GOLD'S FINGER ON CHILD'S TOY PULSE BEAT 

CRACOVIA RESTAURANT 

CRACOVIA IN CHAPEL HILL/FOR A DIFFERENT TASTE OF EUROPE EVERY DAY 

CRAFT SHOWS 

SEE ALSO APPLE CHILL FAIR 

SEE ALSO OKTOBERFEST (DUKE UNIV.) 

THIS SHIRT DESIGNED BY MAX BELOW IS PART OF A SHOW OF CRAFTS... 

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

DESIGNER CRAFTSMEN UPHOLD N.C.'S GOOD NAME 

WORKS GO ON SALE/CAROLINA DESIGNER CRAFTSMEN 

CRAFTS 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. UNION CRAFT CENTER 
SEE ALSO GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLANNING 
SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. N.C. 

HE IMPORTS CRAFTS FRESH FROM ANDES 

OPENING OF CARRBORO CRAFTS SHOP HAS OWNER 'A LITTLE LIGHT-HEADED' 

A CRAFTY IDEA THAT GREW 



H 2 11/24/1989 D 4 P F B71 



CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 3 P P L38 

CHH 1 4/22/1989 A 1 P P L38 

CHH 1 7/12/1989 A 3 P P L38 

S 2 7/12/1989 A 1 P P C45 



S 2 8/07/1989 A 
H 2 6/16/1989 D 



S 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

S 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



5/19/1989 C 
6/21/1989 B 
6/22/1989 B 
8/09/1989 C 
8/09/1989 C 



1/06/1989 A 

2/06/1989 C 

2/22/1989 A 

7/18/1989 A 

9/08/1989 B 

10/27/1989 C 

10/27/1989 A 

12/24/1989 A 

12/27/1989 A 

12/28/1989 A 



H 2 7/23/1989 B 
H 2 11/10/1989 D 



1 N H65 
4 P R D77 



D F 

PFS56 
P N 

D F S27 
F C09 



N 

N 

N M70 
N M70 
N T33 
N M51 
N B53 
N U57 
E 
N M70 



1 P N Bll 
10 P R D77 



CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 12 P P L38 

H 2 10/12/1989 A 6 P F U66 

H 2 11/05/1989 E 8 P R G68 

H 2 11/24/1989 D 8 N B71 



H 2 3/19/1989 D 
CHH 1 7/06/1989 A 
H 2 10/08/1989 E 



6 P N C47 
3 P N C62 
1 P F S56 



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SEE CRAFT SHOWS 

CRAFTSMEN 

SEE ALSO BIRD CARVING 
SEE ALSO FOLK ART 
SEE ALSO FURNITURE DESIGNERS 
SEE ALSO POTTERS 
SEE ALSO WEAVERS 
MAKING FURNITURE IS LABOR OF LOVE 

CRAIG DAVIS PROPERTIES _ 

DEVELOPER HAY LURE IBM TO ADD TRIANGLE FACILITY 

CRANES (MACHINERY) 

CENTRAL CITY CLOGGING 

CRANE COLLAPSES AT CHICKEN BRIDGE 

CRAY RESEARCH INC. 

SUPERCOMPUTER ARRIVES AT CENTER IN RTP 

CREATIVE CONCEPTS (RALEIGH, N.C.) 
FAXAGES 

CREDIT 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER DEBT 

SEE ALSO DEBTS 

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

CONGRESS SHOULD END EASY CREDIT POLICIES 

REPAYMENT ORDERED IN 'CREDIT REPAIR' SCHEME 

CREDIT BUREAU OF DURHAM 

AREA CREDIT BUREAU SOLD 

EX-HEAD OF MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION BUYS CREDIT BUREAU FOR «2.2 MILLION 

CREDIT CARD FRAUD 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 
CREDIT CARD FORGERY CHARGES FILED 
CREDIT CARD 'CON' HITS CHAPEL HILL 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN FACES STOLEN CARD USE CHARGE 

CREDIT CARDS 

SEE ALSO HONOR CARD 
MAKE PHILANDERER PAY ANYHOU 

REACTIONS MIXED ON BILL TO UNCAP CREDIT CARD RATES 
BANKS WANT CONSUMERS TO PAY HIGHER FEES 
PANEL HEARS ARGUMENTS ON CREDIT CARD RATES 
GOV. MARTIN FAVORS DEREGULATING CREDIT CARD RATES 
CREDIT CARD INTEREST CAP PROTECTS CONSUMERS 
SMALL VICTORIES, OR TURNING THE TABLES ON THE TIME BANDITS 
BEWARE THE ATTACK OF THE BLOOD-SUCKING CREDIT CARD 
CONSUMERS MUST BE WARY 

CREECH APPLIANCE 

CREECH APPLIANCE CO., INC. (AD) 

CREEDMOOR, N.C. 

ARMY CALLED AFTER BAZOOKA SHELL FOUND 

FILM OF 'SINGING STREAM' FAMILY TO BE SHOWN 

BUTNER-CREEDMOOR TRAFFIC MATCHED OXFORD'S IN 1988 

CLOSING COST CREEDMOOR 100 JOBS 

CHRISTIAN RADIO STATION TO SERVE TRIANGLE AREA 

FARM BUREAU OPENS CREEDMOOR OFFICE FOR SOUTH GRANVILLE 

COMPANY OFFICIALS ANSWER QUESTIONS ON GROUP HOMES 

MAYVILLE METAL PLANS PRODUCTION IN SPRING 

CREEDMOOR, N.C, BUDGET 

CREEDMOOR MANAGER LIST CUT 

CREEDMOOR, N.C, CITY MANAGER 

CREEDMOOR BOARD DECIDES TO HIRE FIRST CITY MANAGER 



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BYL 



S 2 12/28/1989 A 6 P F G59 
S 2 8/08/1989 A 1 M N C61 



H 2 1/01/1989 C 1 P P M66 
CHH 1 2/17/1989 A 1 P N M25 



H 2 8/26/1989 C 1 P N K65 
H 2 6/04/1989 D 6 P N C47 



2/25/1989 A 
11/18/1989 C 



E 
N B53 



2 4/28/1989 B 
2 4/28/1989 C 



H 1 1/14/1989 C 
CHH 1 1/31/1989 A 
H 2 11/23/1989 C 



4 N 
1 P N S78 



1 N 
1 N M70 
1 N M51 



H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

CHH 

CHH 

S 



3/25/1989 
3/25/1989 
3/29/1989 
3/31/1989 
4/01/1989 
4/07/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/13/1989 
9/02/1989 



E 

N 

J Oil 
N L40 
N 
E 
U 
U 
E 



S 2 4/19/1989 G 10 P A 



H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/27/1989 C 
2 2/10/1989 C 

1 2/16/1989 C 

2 5/24/1989 C 
2 6/24/1989 A 
1 9/07/1989 C 

1 10/26/1989 C 

2 11/11/1989 C 


1 N 
1 P N T33 

1 M N 046 
1 N T33 
7 P N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 


H 


2 


5/12/1989 C 


1 N T33 


H 


1 


1/27/1989 C 


1 N 



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CREEDMOOR SETS HEARING ON HIRING A TOWN MANAGER 

CREEDMOOR MANAGER LIST CUT 

CREEDNOOR'S FIRST CITY MANAGER SAYS 'THIS IS WHAT I WANT TO DO' 

CREEDMOOR, N.Cm ELECTIONS 

3 CANDIDATES FILE FOR GRANVILLE POSTS 

DEADLINE BRINGS RUSH OF FILING IN GRANVILLE 
CREEDMOOR CANDIDATES GIVE THEIR VIEWS 

CREEDMOOR, N.C. , MAYOR'S OFFICE 

DEADLINE BRINGS RUSH OF FILING IN GRANVILLE 

CREEDMOOR MAYOR PIPER TAKES OATH 



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3/02/1989 C 
5/12/1989 C 
8/18/1989 C 



I T 

L Y 

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1 NT33 
1 N T33 
1 PN T33 



1 7/15/1989 C 
1 8/05/1989 B 
1 10/27/1989 C 



1 8/05/1989 B 

2 12/20/1989 C 



1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 NT33 



1 N T33 
1 N 



CREEDMOOR, N.C, ORDINANCES 

CREEDMOOR WAIVING 90-DAY NOTICE PERIOD FOR CHANGE IN CABLE TELEVISION... H 

CREEDMOOR, N.C., SEWAGE TREATMENT 

SOME BUTNER RESIDENTS SAY CREEDMOOR SEWER LINE STINKS H 

CREEDMOOR TO ABSORB PART OF HIGHER SEWER COSTS H 

RESIDENTS OF BUTNER NEIGHBORHOOD SKEPTICAL ODOR PROBLEM IS SOLVED H 

CREEDMOOR CITY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

CREEDMOOR TO ABSORB PART OF HIGHER SEWER COSTS H 

CREEDMOOR SETS HEARING ON HIRING A TCWN HANAGER H 

CREEDMOOR WAIVING 90-DAY NOTICE PERIOD FOR CHANGE IN CABLE TELEVISION... H 



1 3/30/1989 C 1 N T33 



CREEDMOOR AGENCY TO COORDINATE OFF-HOURS USE OF CENTER 

CREEDMOOR CITY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 
DEADLINE BRINGS RUSH OF FILING IN GRANVILLE 
CREEDMOOR CANDIDATES GIVE THEIR VIEWS 

CREEDMOOR SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER 
<yp also SENIOR CITIZENS 
CREEDMOOR AGENCY TO COORDINATE OFF-HOURS USE OF CENTER 

CREEDMOOR VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 
THE PARADE GOES BY 

CREEKS OF FEARRINGTON 

SEE ALSO FEARRINGTON HOUSE RESTAURANT 
SIENA, FEARRINGTON RECEIVE AAA KUDOS 
FEARRINGTON DEVELOPER TO CONTRIBUTE TO COUNTY WATER SYSTEM 
TOWNHOUSE PROJECT 

CREEKSTONE OFFICE PARK (PAGE ROAD) 
SERVICE CENTER 

CRENSHAW (STORE) 
CRENSHAW (AD) 

CRENSHAW HOUSE 

HOUSE OPENS DOORS, HOSTS SPECIAL STUDENTS 

CRESSET CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 

CONCERT CHOIR DRESSES ARE BARELY RED-Y/CRESSET HIGH 

CRESSET CHRISTIAN ACADEMY SPORTS 

CRESSET SMALL, BUT BOASTS GROWING SPORTS PROGRAMS 

CRESSET CHRISTIAN ACADEMY SPORTS, VOLLEYBALL 

CRESSET SMALL, BUT BOASTS GROWING SPORTS PROGRAMS 

CREST ST. 

THE (NEW) OLD NEIGHBORHOOD; CITIZENS BANDED, KEPT CREST STREET... INTACT 
NEIGHBORHOOD SAVIORS WIN REYNOLDS AWARDS 

CRIB DEATHS 

SEE ALSO INFANT MORTALITY 
DUKE HOSPITAL PAIR FORMS CRIB DEATH SUPPORT GROUP 



H 



1/12/1989 C 
1/20/1989 C 
3/04/1989 C 



1/20/1989 C 
3/02/1989 C 
3/30/1989 C 
7/27/1989 C 



1 8/05/1989 B 
1 10/27/1989 C 



H 1 7/27/1989 C 



H 2 10/15/1989 B 



CHH 1 2/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/17/1989 A 

CHH 1 10/10/1989 A 



1 N T33 
1 N 
1 N T33 



1 N 

1 N T33 

1 N T33 

1 N T33 



1 N T33 
1 N T33 



1 N T33 
1 PP R56 



3 N 

3 N M25 
5 P P 



H 2 10/01/1989 F 1 P P T37 

S 2 4/19/1989 E 11 D A 

S 2 7/20/1989 A 1 P N S92 

H 2 10/07/1989 B 1 P U T37 

S 2 10/10/1989 B 2 P N A76 

S 2 10/10/1989 B 2 P N A76 



2 6/18/1989 E 
2 11/12/1989 B 



1 P F S56 
1 N S69 



H 2 10/25/1989 C 3 N 



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'CRIB DEATH' IS DEVASTATING MYSTERY 

CRICKET (SPORT) 
BATTER UP 

CRICK P0LlS LOG/MAN^im PISTOL ROBS CRICKET INN, FLEES WITH i333 

CRICKET INN (HILLANDALE RD.) 

FIRE DAMAGES CRICKET INN ROOF; NO ONE INJURED 
BIRDS BLAMED IN FIRE 

CRICKET INN (1-40 & N.C. 55) _ 

MOTEL DISTURBANCE CALL RESULTS IN DRUG ARREST 

CRIME 

SEE ASSAULTS, DURHAM 

SEE ASSAULTS, N.C. 

SEE EMBEZZLEMENT 

SEE FORGERY 

SEE FRAUD 

SEE MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE MURDER, DURHAM 

SEE MURDER, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE MURDER, N.C. 

SEE MURDER. U.S. 

SEE RAPE, DURHAM 

SEE RAPE, N.C. 

SEE RAPE, U.S. 

SEE ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ROBBERY, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ROBBERY, N.C. 

CRIME COMMISSION, GOVERNOR'S „. ___, 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF CRIME CONTROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY 
HILLSBOROUGH POLICE MANT TOWN TO APPLY FOR GRANT 
♦100.000 GRANT FUNDS DRUG MAR IN HILLSBOROUGH 
CATES: DRUG OFFICERS WON'T MEAN TAX HIKE 
DURHAM ARRESTEES POLLED ON DRUGS 

CRIME PREVENTION 

SEE ALSO CLEAN UP THE STREETS (CUTS) 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY MATCH PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO CRIME STOPPERS.DURHAM _„„ T „, R1M?A11 

SEE ALSO DURHAM POLICE DEPT., CRIME PREVENTION BUREAU 

SEE ALSO FARM HATCH 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL NIGHT OUT pn _ pv/ 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF CRIME CONTROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY 
DURHAM'S SANITATION, STREET CREWS MOBILIZED IN FIGHT AGAINST CRIME 

FAraCRS R A^ I TO KEEP EYES PEELED; AUTHORITIES HOPE FARM MATCH... 

GOOD, G |oTH K Sir£S S'SkTSeSeMT'S ANTI-CRIME PLAN INCLUDES SOME. 

ANTI-CRIME PROGRAM SET FOR PUBLIC HOUSING 

POLICE TASK FORCE SEARCHING FOR CLUES IN AREA ASSAULTS 

BUSH CRIME PROPOSAL ONLY STIRS EMOTIONS 

VACATION TIPS OFFERED TO COMBAT BREAK-INS 

DURHAM RESIDENTS SAY 'N0» TO CRIME 

POLICE WANT ROBOT TO HELP IN SCHOOLS 

POLICE ROBOT CAN PAY ANTI-CRIME DIVIDENDS 

POLICE THINK KIDS, ROBOTS CAN RELATE 

STOPPING CRIME PAYS 

POLICE LOG/TAXI DRIVER FOILS ROBBERY 

OJItf RAIT CARRBORO 

REPORTED CRIME DOWN AT UNCj CARRBORO SHOWS SMALL INCREASE 

CRIME RATE, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C. lm , rmm ^ nmt „ 

CRIME UP SLIGHTLY IN 1988, BUT BREAK-INS LESS FREQUENT 



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N 
P 


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


S 


2 10/27/1989 A 


6 D N G59 


CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 


1 PP S73 


H 


2 12/27/1989 C 


1 N 


H 
S 


2 9/10/1989 B 
2 9/11/1989 C 


1 P N M51 

2 N B53 


H 


2 8/29/1989 C 


1 N 



CHH 1 2/10/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/15/1989 A 
S 2 10/30/1989 A 



1 P N R63 
1 P N R63 
3 N 
1 N B53 



H 

S 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

S 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 



1/26/1989 C 
2/14/1989 B 
3/01/1989 A 
4/20/1989 
5/27/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/18/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/27/1989 B 
8/09/1989 B 
11/25/1989 A 
11/28/1989 A 
12/04/1989 C 
12/13/1989 A 
12/30/1989 C 



6 
7 
3 
1 
4 
3 
2 
4 
14 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 



N M51 
P K30 
N R63 
N 
E 

N R63 
N M70 
E 
N 

N B53 
N B53 
E 

N M51 
N B53 
N C47 



CHH 1 1/24/1989 A 1 C N M70 



CHH 1 1/12/1989 A 1 N M70 



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REPORTED CRIME DOWN AT UNC; CARRBORO SHOWS SMALL INCREASE 

NUMBER OF MAJOR CRIMES RISES IN CHAPEL HILL 

SURVEY PROMPTS TOWN POLICE TO RECONSIDER PATROL ZONES 

SURVEY PROMPTS TOWN POLICE TO RECONSIDER PATROL ZONES 

STUDY BODES WELL FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT 

POLICE CALLS UP IN CHAPEL HILL 

CRIME RATE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO STATISTICS 
MURDER IN 1988 — DOWN IN CITY, UP IN COUNTY 
CITY'S PER-CAPITA CRIME RATE FALLS 
MAJOR CRIME UP 1 1/2X FOR YEAR 

SHOPLiniNG/DURHAM'S FASTEST-GROWING CRIME UP 39.4X IN 5 YEARS 
CRIME RISING AT SLOWER PACE 
COUNTY CRIME DROPS BY 9X 
DURHAM CRIMES UP 10X 

CRIME RATE, DURHAM COUNTY 

CRIME RATE DECLINES FOURTH STRAIGHT YEAR IN DURHAM COUNTY 
COUNTY CRIME DROPS BY 9X 
REPORTED DURHAM COUNTY CRIME RISES BY 27.6X 
CRIME-FIGHTING WORKS DESPITE BAD STATISTICS 

CRIME RATE, N.C. 

GROUP SAYS 'HATE CRIMES' INCREASED IN N.C. LAST YEAR 
INCREASE IN N.C. CRIME RATE BLAMED ON PRISONS, DRUGS 
N.C. DRUG TRADE RAISES CRIME RATE: THORNBURG 

CRIME RATE, ORANGE COUNTY 

MAJOR CRIMES FALL FOR COUNTY IN '88 

CRIME STATISTICS 

SEE CRIME RATE, DURHAM 

SEE CRIME RATE, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE CRIME RATE, N.C. 

CRIME STOPPERS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CRIME PREVENTION 
SEE ALSO REWARD 

CRIHESTOPPERS TIP LEADS TO ARREST IN LARCENY CASE 

CRIMESTOPPERS KUDOS 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS CITES DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR SUPPORT 

CRIME GROUP OFFERS DUKE ATTACKS REWARD 

GROUP SEEKING TIPS ON ABC STORE HEISTS 

CRIMESTOPPERS COURTS INFORMANTS AT COURT 

GROUP SEEKS TIPS ON THEFT FROM MUSICIAN 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKING WINSTON-SALEM FUGITIVE 

WOMAN SHOT TO DEATH, APPARENTLY BY THIEVES 

MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBING WOMAN, 81 

DURH AM CR IMESTOPPERS 

L&M OFFERS REWARD FOR TIPS ON MURDER 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS FUGITIVE 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS TIPS TO HELP FIND MAN WANTED FOR LARCENY 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

CRIMESTOPPERS ASKS FOR HELP IN FINDING MAN 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

TIPS TO CRIMESTOPPERS LEAD TO ARREST 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN AUAKDO BY BURGLAR 

CRIMESTOPPERS WANTS TO FIND MAN WANTED ON BREAK-IN CHARGES 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS LEADS ON JANUARY ASSAULTS NEAR DUKE 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

LIGGETT & MYERS OFFERS $5,000 REWARD IN WORKER'S MURDER 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

GOLF CLASSIC AT CROASDAILE TO BENEFIT CRIMESTOPPERS 



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



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/24/1989 A 

7/05/1989 A 

10/24/1989 A 

10/24/1989 A 



CHH 1 10/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 



1/02/1989 B 
1/31/1989 A 
2/02/1989 A 
7/27/1989 A 
8/02/1989 B 
8/05/1989 A 
8/12/1989 A 



C N M70 
N M70 

P N U57 

P N M70 
E 

P N M70 



N M51 
N B53 
N 

N T77 
N 

N H06 
N B53 



H 2 1/06/1989 A 

S 2 8/05/1989 A 

S 2 9/07/1989 A 

S 2 9/14/1989 A 



H 2 1/31/1989 A 
H 2 3/22/1989 A 
H 2 7/27/1989 A 



9 N N36 

1 N M06 

1 NB53 

4 E 



16 N 
1 N 
1 P N 



CHH 1 1/18/1989 A 1 C N R63 



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



1/10/1989 A 
1/11/1989 A 
1/12/1989 B 
2/06/1989 C 
2/20/1989 
2/22/1989 
4/17/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/25/1989 
4/28/1989 
5/08/1989 B 
5/13/1989 C 
5/15/1989 A 
5/23/1989 C 
5/29/1989 C 
6/12/1989 B 
6/26/1989 C 
7/03/1989 
7/08/1989 
7/10/1989 
7/17/1989 
7/18/1989 
7/19/1989 
7/25/1989 
7/31/1989 
8/07/1989 
8/14/1989 B 
8/21/1989 A 
8/25/1989 C 
9/11/1989 B 
9/16/1989 C 



1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
5 
1 
6 
3 
7 
4 
4 
16 
1 

11 

9 

4 

5 

1 

8 

11 

12 

13 

1 

6 

1 



N B53 

P S76 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N B53 



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N E 

P D — DATE- 



S I T 
E L Y 
C -i»fi L P 



BYL 



DUR HAM CR IH£STPPPERS 

CRIMESTOPPERS 

CRIMESTOPPER 

DURHAM CRIME STOPPERS 

CRIMESTOPPERS 

ANTI-CRIME GROUP SEEKS MAN UANTED FOR ROBBERY 

POLICE NAB BURNS, CONFISCATE DRUGS 

POLICE LOG/CRIMESTQPPER TIP, KNOCK ON DOOR NETS ARREST 

CRIMESTOPPER 

POLICE LOG/CRIMESTOPPERS TIP SUCCESSFUL 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS MAN IN ASSAULT CASES 

CRIMESTOPPER 

STOPPING CRIME PAYS 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKING REED wmmmm _ 

PAYING FOR CRIME TIPS JUSTIFIES THE RESULTS 
ANTI-CRIME AGENCY SEEKS INFORMAnON ON ROBBERY 

CRIME STOPPE RS, ORA NGE COUNTY _ 
REWARD OFFERED FOR ROBBERY INFO 
CRIME STOPPERS OFFERS $1,200 REWARD 
CRIME STOPPERS OFFERS REWARD 
CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS BREAK-IN INFORMATION 
GOLF EQUIPMENT THEFT SPURS CRIMESTOPPERS 

CRIME VICTIMS 

SEE ALSO PEO PLE AS SISTING VICTIMS , „ _„ 

SEE ALSO RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS STATUTE 

SEE ALSO SENIOR C ITIZEN S, CRIME VICTIMS 

SEE ALSO VICTIM RESTITUTION PLAN 
JUDGE AWARDS VICTIM A HOME 
•OFFICER TEDDY' HELPING EASE CHILDREN'S PAIN 

RETIRING SUMMEY WILL BE MISSED, OFFICERS SAY 

VICTIM OF BREAK-IN SAYS! 'MY CHILDREN ARE SCARED AT NIGHT' 
•GOOD SAMARITAN' BILL ATTACKS LIABILITY OF THOSE WHO HELP 

'GOOD SAMARITAN' BILL MAY BE STEP FORWARD J1L1J M1 

'VICTIMS OF CRIME SHOULD BE TREATED WITH DIGNITY, COMPASSION' 

BLIND VICTIM FINDS RETRIBUTION LACKING _ ™™ ,«*«*■ 

TWENTY YEARS LATER, THE SCARS ARE STILL THERE; SUNDAY FOCUS/RAPE 
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 
CRIME VICTIMS SUPPORT GROUP PLANS SPECIAL CHRISTMAS TREE, FLAG 
SLAIN OFFICER'S RELATIVES INVITED TO ATTEND VIGIL 
VICTIMS, NOT CRIMINALS, NEED MORE ASSISTANCE 

A VIGIL FOR THE VICTIMS 

EXPERTS SEE RISE IN ABUSE REFERRALS 

CANDLELIGHT VIGIL HONORS VICTIMS, CALLS FOR CHANGES (CORRECTED) 

C*I^^ N HAS > 1pECIAL MEANINGS FOR THOSE CLOSE TO HOMICIDE VICTIMS 
CORRECTION 

CRIME WATCH PROGRAM 

SEE COMMUNITY WATCH PROGRAM 

CRIMES, CHAPEL HILL 

REPORTED CRIME DOWN AT UNCjCARRBORO SHOWS SMALL INCREASE 

HANGOUT LOT MAY BE CLOSED/EFFORTS INTENSIFY AFTER JULY ASSAULT ON WOMAN 

OPEN-DOOR COMMUNITIES! IS THIEVERY TURNING THE LOCKS'' 

POLICE LOG/MEN ROB WORKERS 

POLICE LOG/STUDENTS CHARGED WITH AUTO TAMPERING 

POLICE LOG/HENDERSON MAN FACES DWI CHARGE 

POLICE LOG/WOMEN STRUCK BY DEER 

POLICE LOG/STUDENT CHARGED WITH DAMAGE 

POLICE LOG/DUI CHARGE FOLLOWS TWO-CAR ACCIDENT 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH DEATH BY VEHICLE 

POLICE LOG/HOLIDAY INN HIT BY SERIES OF THEFTS 

POLICE LOG/MAN CUT DURING DOMESTIC DISPUTE 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ASSAULT 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 



9/18/1989 A 
9/25/1989 B 
10/09/1989 B 
10/16/1989 B 
10/23/1989 B 
10/30/1989 C 
11701/1989 A 
11/02/1989 B 
11/06/1989 B 
11/22/1989 C 
12/04/1989 C 
12/11/1989 C 
12/13/1989 A 
12/18/1989 C 
12/20/1989 A 
12/26/1989 C 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



S 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 



CHH 1 
H 2 



CHH 1 
H 2 



1/13/1989 A 
1/26/1989 A 
2/10/1989 A 
5/11/1989 A 
9/16/1989 A 



3/03/1989 C 
3/14/1989 C 
3/29/1989 A 
3/30/1989 C 
4/03/1989 B 
4/04/1989 A 
4/12/1989 
5/30/1989 
6/18/1989 
9/11/1989 
9/15/1989 
9/21/1989 
9/27/1989 
11/25/1989 
12/12/1989 
12/15/1989 
12/18/1989 
12/22/1989 .. 
12/23/1989 B 
12/23/1989 A 
12/23/1989 C 
12/24/1989 B 
12/26/1989 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



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



1/24/1989 
8/28/1989 
9/24/1989 
10/21/1989 
10/22/1989 
10/24/1989 
10/25/1989 
11/05/1989 
11/07/1989 
11/11/1989 
11/12/1989 
11/13/1989 
11/14/1989 



13 


N 


5 P N 


6 


N 


5 


N 


6 


N 


1 P N 


1 


N B53 


1 


N M51 


8 


N 


1 


N M51 


3 P N 


2 


N 


1 


N B53 


3 P N 


4 


E 


1 P N 



2 P 
2 

2 P 
3 
3 



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

16 
1 
1 
1 
2 



N M70 
N M70 
N 
N 
N 



N 
N 

N M70 
N M51 
N 
E 

N S82 
N S32 
N S17 
N S32 
N E53 
N S82 
N S32 
N S32 
N B53 
E 
E 

N H90 
P T32 
N B53 
P T32 
N S82 
N 



1 

1 

3 

2 

3 

5 

12 

12 

3 

10 

3 

3 

6 



N M70 

N M70 

U 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



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SUBJE 



POLICE LOG/GYH CfFICES THEFT TARGETS 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL KAN CHARGED UITH BUI 

POLICE LOG/ DWI CHARGE FOLLOWS ACCIDENT 

POLICE LOG/VIRGINIA HAN FACES DWI CHARGE 

POLICE LOG/3 CITED FOR UNDERAGE POSSESSION OF ALCOHOL 

POLICE LOG/STUDENT FACES CHARGE OF DRUNKEN DRIVING 

POLICE CALLS UP IN CHAPEL HILL 

POLICE LOG/TWO HEN CHARGED WITH DWI 

POLICE LOG/3 MEN CHARGED WITH DWI 

POLICE LOG/ GREENSBORO MAN CHARGED UITH DWI 

POLICE LOG/DISTURBANCE CHARGE FILED 

POLICE LOG/DWI CHARGE FILED IN EARLY MORNING 

POLICE LOG/CHAPEL HILL HAN FACES DWI CHARGE 

POLICE LOG/DWI CHARGES FILED AGAINST 2 

CRIMES, CHATHAM COUNTY 

CHATHAM POLICE LOG/HONEY TAKEN FROM STORE 
POLICE LOG/STOLEN AUTOMOBILE RECOVERED 

CRIMES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, CRIME 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., CRIME 
SEE ALSO JUVENILE CRIME 

POLICE HOLIDAY OPERATION LEADS TO 15 ARRESTS 

BOMBS, FIRE THREATEN OUR SENSE OF SECURITY 

POLICE LOG/CLERK TRICKED OUT OF HONEY BY TWO 'POKER PLAYERS' 

INDECENT EXPOSURE SUSPECT HELD AFTER INCIDENTS IN HOPE VALLEY 

PITTSBORO MAN ROBBED OF CAR AND MONEY OUTSIDE LOUNGE 

THIEF TAKES CAR.BUT DOESN'T TAKE IT FAR 

COMPOSITE RELEASED ON RAPE SUSPECT 

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

POLICE LOG/APARTMENT, OFFICE BROKEN INTO 

POLICE LOG/THIEF TAKES AIR CONDITIONER, TOOLS 

POLICE LOG/BREAK-INS AT TWO CHURCHES INVESTIGATED 

ROBBERS BEAT MAN. TAKE CAR, WALLET 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES MULTIPLE CHARGES 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN AWAKENED BY BURGLAR 

TWO HEN ROB CABBIE 

DOMINO'S MANAGER ROBBED BY 2 MASKED GUNMEN 

POLICE LOG/2 ARRESTED AFTER POINTING GUN AT WOMAN DRIVING ON 1-85 

POLICE LOG/4 CHARGED WITH AUTO THEFT 

POLICE LOG/BREAK-INS REPORTED AT SEVERAL DURHAM CHURCHES 

POLICE LOG/TWO MEN ROB GOODWILL STORE 

SHOPLIFTING/DURHAM'S FASTEST-GROWING CRIME UP 39.4X IN 3 YEARS 

POLICE LOG/YOUNG WOMAN ASSAULTED IN BEDROOM BY INTRUDER 

POLICE L0G/W0HAN,22, CHARGED UITH APARTMENT BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/3 TEENS ROB NEWSPAPER VENDOR, 12 

CRIME RISING AT SLOWER PACE 

POLICE LOG/RESTAURANT WORKER STRUCK WITH CLUB 

POLICE LOG/HAN CHARGED WITH HIT-AND-RUN 

POLICE LOG/ASKED FOR DIRECTIONS, MAN ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 

POLICE LOG/MINUTES AFTER NORTH ROXBORO ROAD BURGLARY, POLICE CHARGE MAN 

POLICE LOG/ABOUT «,000 DISCOVERED MISSING AFTER WOMEN DISTRACT.,. CLERKS H 

POLICE LOG/FOR WOO, WOMAN GETS 20 MINUTES OF PAVING 

POLICE LOG/5 SUSPECTS FACE DRUG CHARGES 

POLICE LOG/PEDESTRIAN H0SPITALI2ED BY HIT-AND-RUN VEHICLE 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN BREAKS WRIST SAVING HER PURSE 

POLICE LOG/TRIO ATTACKS WOMAN WITH BASEBALL BAT, TAKES %60 

POLICE LOG/THIEVES TAKE CIGARETTES FROM STORE 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH THEFT OF CHURCH LAWN MOWER 

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR BATTERS SLEEPING WOMAN WITH BRICK 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN CAR 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN DEAD IN CAR IDENTIFIED 

POLICE LOG/BICYCLIST ARRESTED AFTER STOLEN CHECK CASH ATTEMPT 

POLICE LOG/FRONT-DOOR KICKER SHOT, HOSPITALIZED 

POLICE LOG/FIVE HEN ARE PEPPERED WITH SHOT WHILE SITTING ON A WALL 

POLICE LOG/STUDENTS OF SCIENCE, MATH SCHOOL ASSAULTED 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN ASSAULTED IN MCDONALD HOUSE 

POLICE LOG/2 ARMED ROBBERIES MAY BE RELATED 

POLICE LOG/HAN, 2 INTRUDERS EXCHANGE SHOTS 



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I T 


N E E 




L Y 


P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 11/15/1989 A 


6 


N 


C»t 1 11/20/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 11/22/1989 A 


5 


N 


CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 11/26/1989 A 


12 


N 


CHH 1 11/28/1989 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 


1 P N H70 


CHH 1 12/02/1989 A 


9 


N 


CHH 1 12/04/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 


5 


N 


CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 


6 


N 


CHH 1 12/24/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 12/26/1989 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 12/31/1989 A 


9 


N 


CHH 1 10/25/1989 A 


5 


N 


CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 


10 


N 



H 


2 


1/05/1989 C 


1 


NM51 


S 


2 


1/11/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


7/07/1989 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


7/08/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/09/1989 B 


8 


N M51 


H 


2 


7/10/1989 A 


10 


N M51 


H 


2 


7/11/1989 A 


10 P N M51 


H 


2 


7/12/1989 C 


2 


N H51 


H 


2 


7/13/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 


7/14/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/15/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/17/1989 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/19/1989 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/20/1989 B 


8 


N M51 


H 


2 


7/21/1989 C 


3 


N C47 


H 


2 


7/22/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/23/1989 B 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 


7/26/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 


7/27/1989 B 


7 


N M51 


S 


2 


7/27/1989 A 


1 P N T77 


H 


2 


7/29/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 C 


11 


N M51 


H 


2 


7/31/1989 B 


6 


N M51 


S 


2 


8/02/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


8/03/1989 B 


9 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/04/1989 C 


2 


N C47 


H 


2 


8/06/1989 B 


4 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/07/1989 A 


11 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/09/1989 B 


5 


N MM 


H 


2 


8/10/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/13/1989 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


8/14/1989 B 


5 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/15/1989 B 


9 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/18/1989 C 


8 


N N36 


H 


2 


8/19/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/20/1989 C 


11 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/21/1989 A 


13 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/23/1989 B 


6 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/24/1989 C 


2 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/25/1989 C 


5 


N C47 


H 


2 


8/26/1989 C 


2 


N N36 


H 


2 


8/27/1989 C 


7 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/28/1989 A 


11 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/29/1989 C 


6 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/30/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 


8/31/1989 C 


2 


N M51 



HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX 
12/31/1989 



BY S U B J E 



POLICE LOG/AUTOS VANDALIZED AT FIVE HOMES IN NORTHGATE AREA 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

POLICE LOG/DECOMPOSED BODY UNIDENTIFIED 

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR RAPES ELDERLY WOMAN AT KNIFEPOINT 

POLICE LOG/BOY, 9, TREATED AFTER SHOT BY BB GUN 

CARS BROKEN INTO; TEEN IS ASSAULTED _ 

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

POLICE LOG/ROBBERY ATTEMPT LEAVES MAN STABBED NINE TIMES, BEATEN 

POLICE LOG/ARSON SUSPECT ARRESTED IN VIRGINIA 

POLICE LOG/MAN BEATEN, ROBBED, MISSING 

POLICE LOG/BULLETS HIT TWO MEN IN LOUNGE PARKING LOT (CORRECTED 9-16-89) 

POLICE LOG/MOTEL AND RESTAURANT ROBBED; THIRD HOLDUP ATTEMPT THWARTED 

POLICE LOG/THIEVES BREAK INTO FOUR CARS PARKED AT EMERALD FOREST ARTS. 

POLICE LOG/REPORTS DISAGREE ON ROBBER'S CLOTHING 

POLICE LOG/MAN WITH GUN ROBS SPORTSMAN CLUB 

POLICE LOG/MASKED MAN ROBS RESTAURANT 

POLICE LOG/DEPUTIES RECOVER ITEMS STOLEN IN BREAK-IN 

POLICE L06/TU0 CHARGED WITH ARMED ROBBERY OF STORE CLERK 

POLICE LOG/TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO DRUG ARREST 

POLICE LOG/POLICE HIT WITH ROCKS, BOTTLES BEFORE DISTURBANCE QUELLED 

POLICE LOS/MAN CHARGED IN ARMED ROBBERY OF FAST FARE 

POLICE LOG/YELLING ROBBER TAKES $100 FROM HAT STORE 

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

POLICE LOG/CAR HOOKED ON TRACTOR-TRAILER BUMPER 

NEW TECHNIQUES HELP SOLVE DURHAM CRIMES 

POLICE LOG/MAN SAYS HE WAS HELD IN TRUNK OF HIS CAR 

POLICE LOG/GUNMAN ROBS WOMEN IN DARRYL'S PARKING LOT 

POLICE LOG/ARGUMENT LEAVES MAN WITH 5 GUNSHOT WOUNDS 

POLICE LOG/GLAXD CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS STOLEN 

ARREST MADE IN JUNE 13 BANK ROBBERY/POLICE LOG 

POLICE LOG/NEIGHBOR CHARGED IN BREAK-IN, ARSON 

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

POLICE LOG/STORE MONEY BAG SNATCHED WHILE EMPLOYEE DISTRACTED 

POLICE LOG/HIDDEN POLICE OFFICER MAKES DRUG ARREST 

POLICE LOG/6 ARRESTED ON 25 MOSTLY DRUG CHARGES 

POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED DURING WILCO STORE BREAK-IN 

POLICE LOG/DRIVER FACES THIRD REVOKED LICENSE CASE 

POLICE LOG/SHOTS LEAVE MAN WITH MULTIPLE UOUNDS_ 

POLICE LOG/STABBING VICTIM GOES INTO CARDIAC ARREST __ 

POLICE LOG/OFFICERS SAY BURGLAR CAUGHT LEAVING HOUSE BY WINDOW 

POLICE LOG/SHOOTING EX-OFFICER'S CAR CHARGED 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES 2 CHARGES OF BURGLARY 

POLICE LOG/BABY RESCUED FROM STOLEN, WRECKED AUTO 

POLICE LOG/CALLER SAYS BOMB PLANTED AT NIGHT SPOT 

POLICE LOG/HURST TOOL USED IN 2 CAR WRECKS 

POLICE LOG/TRAILER SNAPS, CAUSES CAR, PICKUP WRECK 

POLICE LOG/ ABANDONED CAR, SUN CAUSE PILEUP 

POLICE LOG/POLICE RELEASE DRAWING OF RAPE SUSPECT 

POLICE LOG/CRACK FOUND DURING RAID; THREE CHARGED 

POLICE LOG/PRISONER AT HOSPITAL GETS AWAY 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING 

POLICE LOG/MERCEDES RUNS AMOK; DRIVER JAILED 

POLICE LOG/5 ARRESTED IN AUTO BREAK-INS 

POLICE L0G/5-CAR WRECK HOSPITALIZES 3 PEOPLE __ 

POLICE LOG/CRIMESTOPPER TIP, KNOCK ON DOOR NETS ARREST 

POLICE LOG/MISSING MAN DISCOVERED IN WOOLWORTH 

POLICE LOG/TUO ARRESTED AFTER ROUTINE DRUG PATROLS 

POLICE LOG/BOYFRIEND ARRESTED IN SLAYING 

POLICE LOG/SUSPECT IN STABBING ARRESTED 

POLICE LOG/BLEACH THROWN IN MAN'S FACE IN PARKING LOT 

POLICE LDG/GRINDERSWITCH BREAK-IN TRY CHARGES LOWS: 

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

POLICE LOG/SECURITY GUARD STICK BEATEN BY TWO MEN 

POLICE LOG/POLICE BEER "STING" SNARES 27 STORE CLERKS 

POLICE UK/UNDERCOVER YOUTH REFUSED BEER, BUT CLERK ARRESTED 

POLICE LOG/THREATENED WOMAN ALERTS POLICEMAN 

POLICE LOG/POLICE SEARCHING FOR MAN CHARGED WITH FIRING SHOTS 

BURGLAR TAKE SILVER WORTH OVER *22,000 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES DRUG CHARGES 

POLICE LOG/DRIVER FACES WRECK CHARGES 



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S 




[ T 


N 


E E 


1 


. Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 9/01/1989 C 


9 


N N36 


H 


2 9/02/1989 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 9/02/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 9/03/1989 C 


12 


N M51 


H 


2 9/04/1989 A 


12 


N M51 


S 


2 9/04/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 9/06/1989 C 


3 P N M51 


H 


2 9/07/1989 C 


14 


N M51 


H 


2 9/08/1989 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 9/09/1989 C 


2 


N R63 


H 


2 9/10/1989 B 


9 


N M51 


H 


2 9/11/1989 B 


6 


N M51 


H 


2 9/12/1989 C 


6 


N N36 


H 


2 9/13/1989 C 


5 


N R63 


H 


2 9/14/1989 D 


8 


N N36 


H 


2 9/17/1989 B 


4 


N M51 


H 


2 9/19/1989 B 


8 


N M51 


H 


2 9/20/1989 C 


2 


N M51 


H 


2 9/23/1989 C 


2 


N S69 


H 


2 9/24/1989 B 


9 


N M51 


H 


2 9/25/1989 B 


5 


N M51 


H 


2 9/26/1989 A 


16 


N M51 


H 


2 9/28/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 9/29/1989 A 


10 


N K51 


S 


2 9/29/1989 A 


1 D N B53 


H 


2 9/30/1989 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/01/1989 B 


8 


N M51 


H 


2 10/02/1989 B 


6 


N M51 


H 


2 10/04/1989 A 


12 


N N36 


H 


2 10/05/1989 C 


2 


N HSU 


H 


2 10/08/1989 B 


10 


N M51 


H 


2 10/09/1989 B 


6 


N M51 


H 


2 10/10/1989 B 


14 


N M51 


H 


2 10/11/1989 D 


9 


N M51 


H 


2 10/12/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 10/13/1989 C 


3 


N C47 


H 


2 10/14/1989 C 


2 


N R63 


H 


2 10/15/1989 A 


13 


N M51 


H 


2 10/16/1989 B 


6 


N M51 


H 


2 10/17/1989 C 


3 


N M51 


H 


2 10/18/1989 C 




N M51 


H 


2 10/19/1989 C 




N M51 


H 


2 10/20/1989 C 




N N36 


H 


2 10/21/1989 C 




N S69 


H 


2 10/22/1989 B 




N M51 


H 


2 10/23/1989 B 




N M51 


H 


2 10/24/1989 B 




N N36 


H 


2 10/26/1989 C 




D N M51 


H 


2 10/27/1989 C 




N M51 


H 


2 10/28/1989 C 




N C47 


H 


2 10/29/1989 B 




N M51 


H 


2 10/30/1989 B 




N M51 


H 


2 10/31/1989 C 




N M51 


H 


2 11/01/1989 C 




N S22 


H 


2 11/02/1989 B 




N M51 


H 


2 11/03/1989 C 




N S22 


H 


2 11/04/1989 C 




N 322 


H 


2 11/05/1989 B 




N ten 


H 


2 11/06/1989 B 




N M51 


H 


2 11/07/1989 B 




N M51 


H 


2 11/08/1989 C 




N M51 


H 


2 11/09/1989 C 




N M51 


H 


2 11/10/1989 C 




N C47 


H 


2 11/11/1989 C 




N M51 


H 


2 11/12/1989 B 




N 


H 


2 11/13/1989 B 




N N36 


H 


2 11/14/1989 B 




P N M51 


H 


2 11/15/1989 C 




N M51 


H 


2 11/16/1989 C 




N M51 


H 


2 11/17/1989 C 




N R63 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



S U B J 



POLICE LOG/HAN CHARGED UITH POSSESSING $20,000 IN DRUGS 

POLICE LOG/FORGERY AMONG CHARGES AFTER 2-COUNTY CHASE 

POLICE L0G/M.000 IN CHECKS, CASH STOLEN WILE CLERK DISTRACTED 

POLICE LOG/VAN STRIKES 2 PEDESTRIANS 

POLICE LOG/CRIHESTOPPERS TIP SUCCESSFUL 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN FACES STOLEN CARD USE CHARGE 

POLICE LOG/MICROWAVE STOLEN DURING MEAL 

POLICE LOG/WHAN FACES COCAINE, OTHER DRUG CHARGES 

POLICE LOG/ROOMING HOUSE BOARDER FACES COCAINE CHARGE 

POLICE LOG/BAD CHECK LEADS TO STOLEN CAR 

POLICE LOG/FEMALE, 17, REPORTSASSAULT, FORCED DRIVE TO CREEDMOOR 

POLICE LOG/MOHAN CITED IN ROBBERY OF NEIGHBOR, 80 

POLICE LOG/REGISTER DISCOVERED IN HAN'S CAR 

POLICE LOG/COCAINE CHARGES LODGED 

POLICE LOG/CLUB SHOOTING INJURES HAN 

POLICE LOG/SPITTING ON OFFICER CALLED DEADLY UEAPON 

POLICE LOG/TWO BURGLARY CALLS RESULT IN CAPTURE 

POLICE LOG/HOMEOWNER FIRES SHOT AT INTRUDER 

POLICE LOG/HAN STOPPED FOR BAD LIGHT; CHARGES FOLLOW 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN INJURED IN STRUGGLE UITH ASSAILANTS 

POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED AFTER CHASE BY THREE CARS 

POLICE LOG/3 MASKED MEN ROB PIZZA HUT 

POLICE LOG/SLEEPING VISITOR STABBED 

POLICE LOG/SNOW-STUCK CAR AIDS IN THEFT ARREST 

POLICE LOG/CAR KNOCKS DOWN DOOR OF DUPLEX 

POLICE LOG/RADIOS TAKEN HAN'S TWO AUTOS 

POLICE LOG/HAN ARRESTED IN SEPT. 9 STABBING CASE 

POLICE LOG/HAN ROBBED, STABBED; 3 MEN CHARGED 

POLICE LOG/MAN SNATCHES BANK HONEY WALKS AUAY 

POLICE LOG/P.D. QUIX STORE HELD UP BY 2 MEN 

POLICE L0G/65-YEAR-0LD DURHAM HAN ROBBED, SHOT 

POLICE LOG/SHOOTING CASE SUSPECT HELD ON '84 CHARGE 

POLICE LOG/ROBBER ATTACKS WOMAN IN SEARS LOT 

POLICE LOG/THIEF TAKES SALVATION ARMY GIFTS 

POLICE LOG/EAT-AND-RUN SUSPECT SOUGHT 

POLICE LOG/ARRESTS FOLLOW FIGHT AT GAME 

POLICE LOG/POLICE HELP 12-YEAR-OLD CHANGE HOMES 

POLICE LOG/THIEVES TAKE ITEMS VALUED AT $3,700 

POLICE LOG/THIEVES TAKE CONVENIENCE STORE BEER 

POLICE CHARGE HAN IN SHOOTING 

POLICE LOG/MAN WITH PISTOL ROBS CRICKET INN, FLEES UITH $333 

POLICE LOG/HAN FAKING LEG INJURY STEALS PURSE 

POLICE LOG/STORE MISSING OVER $13,000 IN CLOTHING 

POLICE LOG/TAXI DRIVER FOILS ROBBERY 

POLICE LOG/EMPLOYEE SHOT IN PIZZA HUT ROBBERY TRY 

CRIMES, DURHAM COUNTY 

MORE CHARGES FILED IN BREAK-IN CASES/POLICE LOG 

CRIMES, HILLSBOROUGH 

DRUGS CAUSE CRIME TREND, BIGGS SAYS 
$100,000 GRANT FUNDS DRUG WAR IN HILLSBOROUGH 

CRIMES, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CRIMES) 
SEE ALSO BAIL BONDS 
SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTER ON CRIME AND PUNISHMENT 

NO REST FROM CRIME 

SBI OFFICIAL WARNS CRACK WILL BRING 'GANGS AND GUNS' 

CRIMES, ORANGE COUNTY 

SOME THIEVERY JUST ADDS UP TO UORK 

FARMERS ASKED TO KEEP EYES PEELED; AUTHORITIES HOPE FARM WATCH... 

CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS (FILM) 

"CRIMES AND MISDEHEANORSVSUCCESSFUL AMBITION 



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S 




I T 


N 


E E 




L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 11/18/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/19/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/20/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/21/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/22/1989 C 


1 


NM51 


H 


2 11/23/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/24/1989 C 


1 


N C47 


H 


2 11/25/1989 C 


1 


NS22 


H 


2 11/24/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/27/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/28/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/29/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 11/30/1989 C 


1 


NM51 


H 


2 12/01/1989 C 


1 


N S22 


H 


2 12/02/1989 C 


1 


N S22 


H 


2 12/03/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/04/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/05/1989 C 


1 


N S22 


H 


2 12/06/1989 C 


1 


N C47 


H 


2 12/07/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/08/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/09/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/10/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/11/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/12/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/13/1989 C 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 12/14/1989 B 


1 


N S69 


H 


2 12/15/1989 C 


1 


N C47 


H 


2 12/16/1989 C 


1 


N R63 


H 


2 12/17/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/18/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/19/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/20/1989 C 


1 


NM51 


H 


2 12/21/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/22/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/23/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/24/1989 B 


1 


N S69 


H 


2 12/25/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 12/26/1989 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 12/26/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 12/27/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/78/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/29/1989 C 


1 


N R63 


H 


2 12/30/1989 C 


1 


N C47 


H 


2 12/31/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/06/1989 C 


3 


N N36 


CHH 1 2/17/1989 A 


1 C N R63 


CHH 1 3/04/1989 A 


1 P N R63 



H 2 5/22/1989 A 4 E 
H 1 9/08/1989 B 1 P N T33 



CHH 1 1/29/1989 A 4 E 
CHH 1 3/01/1989 A 3 N R63 



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



CRIMESTOP 



-LX630- 



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



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 258 
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SEE CRIME STOPPERS, DURHAM 

CRIMINAL EVIDENCE 
SEE ALSO ENTRAPMENT 
JUDGMENT ON APPEAL 

POLICE FOLLOW NEW EVIDENCE DISPOSAL RULES 
NEW TECHNIQUES HELP SOLVE DURHAM CRIMES 
DURHAM'S 'JOE FRIDAYS' SEEK PUZZLE PIECES 
THIS CLUE WAS TOO EASY 

CRIMINAL IDENTIFICATION 

SHOPLIFTERS, FENCES TARGETS OF POLICE SCRAPBOOK PROGRAM 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE CRIME 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. SUPREME COURT 

SEE ALSO PLEA BARGAINING 

SEE ALSO SPEEDY-TRIAL LEGISLATION 

PRISONERS OF MENTAL ILLNESS m , mm _ m 

UNNECESSARY HORROR; REPEAT OFFENDER'S CRIMES SHOULD HAVE BEEN THWARTED 
ON JURORS AND JURISTS: THE REAL ADVERSARIAL SYSTEM? 

CRIMINAL RESTITUTION 

SEE ALSO VICTIM RESTITUTION PLAN 
COURT RULES JUDGE ERRED ON $500,000 RESTITUTION 

CRIMINAL SENTENCING 

SEE ALSO BAIL BONDS 

SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ELECTRONIC HOUSE ARREST 

SEE ALSO INSANITY PLEAS 

SEE ALSO LIFE SENTENCES 

SEE ALSO PLEA BARGAINING 

SEE ALSO VICTIM RESTITUTION PLAN 
SUSPECT IN RAPE GETS 40 YEARS 

MANY PRISONERS SERVE ONLY FRACTION OF TERMS „„,„, 

•COMMON DENOMINATOR' IN SERIES OF BREAK-INS GETS 20- YEAR SENTENCE 

INSTRUCTION MIXES MESSAGE TO JURORS 

STAGER TRIAL JURORS TO DELIBERATE DEATH, LIFE IMPRISONMENT TODAY 

FINES SHOULD BE PAID QUICKLY 

JUDGE ORDERS GIRL TO HELP ANIMALS 

•EXPERTS' ABORT JUSTICE 

PRISON ALTERNATIVES STILL SHOULD BE TOUGH 

THOUSANDS CONVICTED OF DWI ESCAPE REVOCATION OF LICENSES 

CRIMINAL SUSPE C T S 

DRAWING ISSUED OF MAN WANTED IN HIT-AND-RUN 

SUSPECT ELUDES CHASE; MAN RESEMBLING 1ST UNION ROBBER SEEN NEAR MALL 

DUKE RELEASES ATTACKER'S SKETCH 

DUKE PHONE OPEN FOR INFORMATION ON RAPES, SAFETY 

DUKE ISSUES DRAWING OF ATTACKER 

CRIME GROUP OFFERS DUKE ATTACKS REWARD 

CRIME STOPPERS OFFERS REWARD 

GROUP SEEKING TIPS ON ABC STORE HEISTS 

SEARCH FOR SUSPECT CONTINUES 

ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT SOUGHT 

MAN CASHING BOGUS CHECKS; ALERT STORE CLERK HELPS POLICE 

MAN SOUGHT IN DOWNTOWN GARAGE ASSAULT 

POLICE INVESTIGATE THIRD LOCAL RAPE CASE IN 2 WEEKS 

TUESDAY ASSAULT NOT LINKED TO TWO EARLIER ATTACKS, POLICE SAY 

WITNESSES DESCRIBE STABBING SUSPECT 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS TIPS TO HELP FIND MAN WANTED FOR LARCENY 

COMPOSITE RELEASED ON RAPE SUSPECT 

POLICE SKETCH KIRK SUSPECT 

POLICE CIRCULATE POSTER IN KIRK MURDER 

POLICE LOG/POLICE RELEASE DRAWING OF RAPE SUSPECT 



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



H 2 
CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 



5/23/1989 A 

6/03/1989 A 

9/29/1989 A 

10/21/1989 A 

10/28/1989 A 



E 

N M70 
N B53 

N B53 
E 



H 2 11/27/1989 B 1 N M51 



H 2 3/05/1989 A 
H 2 5/28/1989 D 
H 2 6/11/1989 E 



1 P N C60 
4 E 

2 P U L57 



H 1 1/05/1989 C 1 N R53 



CHH 1 



2/14/1989 A 
2/15/1989 C 
4/18/1989 B 
5/17/1989 A 
5/19/1989 
7/16/1989 
7/20/1989 
9/18/1989 
12/02/1989 



12/15/1989 B 



1 
2 

14 
4 
1 
4 
2 
4 
4 

16 



N H90 

N 

N S82 

E 

N S82 

E 

N 

E 

E 

N 



H 2 

CHH 1 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

CHH 1 

S 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

H 2 



1/20/1989 B 
2/01/1989 A 
2/02/1989 
2/03/1989 
2/04/1989 
2/06/1989 
2/10/1989 
2/20/1989 
3/04/1989 
3/08/1989 
4/08/1989 
4/21/1989 
5/04/1989 
5/25/1989 
6/24/1989 
6/26/1989 
7/11/1989 
9/01/1989 
9/20/1989 
10/26/1989 



N 

N M70 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N M70 

N M70 

N 

N 

N M51 

N B53 

N M51 

N M51 



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SUBJECTS 



SKETCH OF RAPE SUSPECT RELEASED 

ANTI-CRIME AGENCY SEEKS INFORMATION ON ROBBERY 

CRISIS STABILIZATION PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO HOST HOMES PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 
HOST HOMES NEEDED FOR MENTALLY ILL PEOPLE 

CROASDAILE FARM 

MAJOR PROJECTS INCLUDE MORE THAN 8,500 HOUSING UNITS 
WESTERN DURHAM PHONES TO GET NEW PREFIXES, SWITCH 

CROCUS 

WINTER CROCUSES BRIGHT SPOTS FOR DARK TIMES 

CROOK'S CORNER 

CROWDS AT CROOK'S CORNER SHOULD TIP YOU OFF 

CROPS 

SEE ALSO MARIJUANA, CROPS 
WEATHER FINALLY COOPERATING WITH FARMERS 

CROSS-COUNTRY TRIPS 
SEE ALSO TRAVEL, U.S. 
HICKS TAKES TO ROAD IN STYLE 
ACROSS THE U.S. AND BACK AGAIN 

CROSS COUNTY CITIZENS COMMITTEE 

GATEWAY FOES ASK COUNCIL TO RECONSIDER MIXED-USE 

CROSSROADS SHOPPING CENTER (CARY, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO SHOPPING CENTERS 
SHOPPING MALL IN CARY MAY NOT BE BUILT 

CROWN HONDA VOLVO 

SHINING NEW CARS FOR A SHINING CENTURY! CROWN HONDA VOLVO (AD) 

CRUISES 

POPULARITY OF CRUISE VACATIONS SAILS ALONG 
CRUISE LINES PUSH ALLURING ESCAPES FROM WINTER 

CRUISING 

SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE 
CRUISIN' THE HILLSBOROUGH CIRCUIT 
TASK FORCE PROPOSED AS CRUISING SOLUTION 
BURLINGTON VOTES TO FURTHER RESTRICT CRUISING 
HILLSBOROUGH STILL 'CRUISING' FOR SOLUTION 
$1 MILLION TEENS' CRUISING PARK BEING BUILT IN EASTERN DURHAM 
CRUISING/BUSINESSMEN CREATING PLACE SOLELY FOR TEEN-AGE PASTIME 
WHY DO TEENS HAVE SO MANY "EHPTY" HOURS? 

CRUSOE (FILM) 

'CRUSOE' HAS WHAT NOVEL LACKS! ACTION 

CRYSTAL MEADOWS 

HOUSING PROJECT WINS AWARD 

CUB SCOUTS 

SEE ALSO BOY SCOUTS, N.C. 
UNIT AWARD 

CUBA, MILITARY 

BE WARY OF BEFRIENDING CASTRO 

CULBRETH JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

CARRINGTON COUGARS SCRATCH OUT CULBRETH COUGARS, 10-5 
OFFICIAL SAYS RENOVATIONS ON SCHEDULE 

CULBRETH PARK SUBDIVISION 

COUNCIL LIKES LOW-COST HOUSING PROPOSAL 



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S 2 12/26/1989 C 1 P N 



S 2 11/25/1989 A 1 N HAS 



H 2 8/20/1989 C 3 N C60 
S 2 9/19/1989 A 1 N E33 



H 2 11/05/1989 E 10 P U 
H 2 7/14/1989 D 7 R D77 

H 1 6/08/1989 C 1 P N H60 



S 2 5/23/1989 A 6 P F G59 
CHH 1 6/03/1989 A 3 P N L90 



CHH 1 9/12/1989 A 1 N M70 

H 2 7/01/1989 B 3 N 
S 2 4/19/1989 G 12 D A 



S 2 2/17/1989 B 1 P F G59 
H 2 9/03/1989 E 15 U W66 



CHH 1 2/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/09/1989 A 
H 1 4/05/1989 C 
CHH 1 5/31/1989 A 
H 2 10/22/1989 B 
S 2 10/31/1989 B 
CHH 1 11/13/1989 A 



H 2 4/28/1989 D 
H 2 10/28/1989 C 



3 P N H90 
3 N R63 
1 N T35 
3 N D38 
1 P N R63 
5 P U A76 
5 U 



3 PR S66 
1 NK65 



S 2 8/22/1989 A 13 P P C45 
H 2 1/29/1989 D 4 E 



S 2 4/18/1989 D 6 P N A76 
CHH 1 8/08/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 1/10/1989 A 1 N M70 



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SUBJECTS 



TOWN NEEDS HOUSING POLICY, COUNCIL TOLD 

CULBRETH PARK HOUSING PROJECT GETS PLANERS' BACKING 

COUNCIL APPROVES CULBRETH PARK PLANS 

SUBDIVISION SUBSIDIES SCHEDULED FOR DEBATE 

LOU-COST SUBDIVISION ON SESSION AGENDA _ 

TOWN TO SUBSIDIZE CULBRETH HOHES/$238,000 MARKED FOR PROJECT 

MARTIN TO GIVE HOUSING FUNDS, REECE SAYS 

HOUSING GRANT USES ANNOUNCED 

CULTURE 

STATE LAUDS COUNTY EFFORT ON CULTURES 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. _ _ ,„, 

CHARLESTON POLICE CHIEF RIPS CRITICS OF HELPFUL DEPUTIES 

CUMMINGS HIGH SCHOOL (BURLINGTON, N.C. > _ 

SENATOR FIELDS QUESTIONS FROM BURLINGTON AUDIENCE 

CUMHINGS HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

BURLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL'S FOOTBALL TEAM IS HONORED IN CONGRESSIONAL... 

TORCH IS PASSED AS DAVIS INHERITS CAVALIER OFFENSE 

THIRD-QUARTER EXPLOSION LIFTS CUMHINGS TO WIN 

CUHMINGS BACK IN 3-A FINAL AFTER WHIPPING BERTIE 

UNO MAS? CUMMINGS GOES AFTER 2ND 3-A CROWN 

WONDERS CEASE REIGN BY CAVALIERS 



CUPS 



NBA HORNETS MAKE CUPS RUNNETH OVER AT TRI-fLAS 



1,000- YEAR-OLD TREES 



CYSTIC FIBROSIS 

CYSTIC FIBROSIS RESEARCHERS GET $2.5 MILLION GRANT 
GRANT TO SUPPORT CYSTIC FIBROSIS STUDY 



— DATE — 

1/25/1989 

3/14/1989 
4/26/1989 
9/10/1989 
9/30/1989 
CHH 1 11/23/1989 



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CHH 1 



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CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



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N K70 
N 
N 
N 

N M70 
N K2S 
N 



S 2 12/02/1989 B 
H 2 11/08/1989 D 
H 1 3/21/1989 C 



H 2 2/18/1989 B 

H 2 11/24/1989 B 

H 2 11/25/1989 D 

H 2 12/02/1989 D 

H 2 12/07/1989 C 

H 2 12/11/1989 D 



1 N H65 
9 N 
1 P N H60 



2 N 

2 P N W55 

3 N W55 
3 N W55 
3 P N W55 
1 N W55 



CURATORJ A MUSEUM ADVENTURE IN COLLECTING (GAME) 
IT'S ALL IN THE GAME 

CURRICULUM 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, CURRICULUM 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, CURRICULUM 
SEE SCHOOLS, N.C, CURRICULUM 

CURRITUCK COUNTY, N.C. _ „_ mmm _ 

CURRITUCK BILL CALLED AN ATTEMPT TO GET LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 

CURSING 

SEE ALSO LANGUAGE 
N.C. LEGISLATORS TACKLE ABUSIVE-LANGUAGE SUBJECT 

THURSDAY DEADLIte LOOMS FOR BILLS , 

MEASURE IS AIMED AT ADULTS USING PROFANITY AT SCHOOLS 

SENATE SHOULD REJECT WIPER, PROFANITY LAWS 

SCHOOL PROFANITY BILL CVERZEALOUS »_™_ 

SENATORS SAY BILL OUTLAWING PROFANITY SHOULD INCLUDE FACULTY 4 STUDENTS 

SCHOOL ANTI-PROFANITY BILL GETS SIDETRACKED 

CURTAIN UP, INC. 

SEE ALSO THEATERS, DURHAM 
'MURDER ON THE NILE' 
'NILE' OVERCOMES WEATHER, ACCENTS 

CUSTOM HOLDERS DC. 

HILLSBOROUGH TO SET 60 NEW JOBS 

CYANIDE 

LOCAL GROCERS RESPOND QUICKLY TO CYANIDE SCARE 

MORE A THREAT THAN SOUR GRAPES 

CHEMICAL FIRE AT UNC BURNS FOR TWO HOURS 

CYPRESS TREES 

SEE ALSO TREES 

AGREEMENT TO PROTECT 



H 1 1/05/1989 C 2 N 
S 2 1/12/1989 D 1 P F B71 



H 2 6/03/1989 A 6 P N 



s 

H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 


2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


4/21/1989 A 
5/09/1989 C 
5/11/1989 B 
5/12/1989 A 
5/16/1989 A 
6/09/1989 A 
7/01/1989 B 


5 J Oil 
2 N 
5 P N 
4 E 
4 E 
15 N 
2 N 


H 

H 


2 
2 


6/02/1989 D 
6/06/1989 B 


14 P P T32 
5 P R M60 



CHH 1 5/20/1989 A 1 N H90 



CHH 1 3/15/1989 A 
H 2 3/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/06/1989 A 



1 P N L38 
4 E 
1 P N M70 



H 2 12/29/1989 C 3 N H65 



H 2 
CHH 1 



3/17/1989 A 
3/24/1989 A 



16 N U80 
5 N 



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UNC DOCTOR NAHED TOP CF RESEARCHER 
PROJECT CALLED CYSTIC FIBROSIS BREAKTHROUGH 
UNC DEVELOPS CYSTIC FIBROSIS WEAPON 
TOURNEY RAISES FUNDS FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS 

CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION 
BACHELOR AUCTION 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

STALIN STANDS TALLER WITH FOR-SALE SIGN 
ONCE-DIMMED STARS SHINE IN EASTERN BLOC 

D & L EQUIPMENT (ROXBORO, N.C.) 
D&L EQUIPMENT, INC. (AD) 

D-DAY 

SEE ALSO WORLD WAR II 
SALUTE OUR FALLEN MILITARY 
FOR WILLIAMS, THE IMAGES OF D-DAY ARE CLEAR AS YESTERDAY 

DARE (DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION) 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE, PREVENTION 
OFFICERS MEET IN DURHAM FOR DRUG TRAINING 
AREA SCHOOLS REFLECT U.S. DRUG PROBLEMS 
PARENTS' VIEWS, ATTITUDES CALLED PREVENTION KEY 
THE DARE IS TO SAY 'NO'; FULL-TIME OFFICER FIGHTING ABUSE... 
NIX TO NARCOTICS 

DEPUTIES: ANTI-DRUG PROGRAM IS HELPING DURHAM STUDENTS 
DURHAM SCHOOLS LEAD IN ANTI-DRUG EFFORT 
BUILD BRIDGES OF RESPECT 
DARE GRADUATION 
EAST END ENERGY 

OFFICERS PLAN DRUG PROGRAM FESTIVAL 
FESTIVAL FOR STUDENTS PUSHES ANTI-DRUG LESSONS 
DARE TO SAY 'NO' 
DARE DONORS 
DARE TO BE GREAT 
TAKING A DARE 



SUBJECTS 



DC-10 



DDI 



DURHAM FAMILY ON FLIGHT 232 CALLS SURVIVAL PURE MIRACLE 

AMERICAN AIRLINES ADDING WIDE-BODIED DC-10 JETS AT RDU 

TRAGEDY SEPARATED DURHAM FAMLY-BUT ONLY BRIERY 

RTI SCIENTIST FEARED KILLED IN IOWA CRASH 

RTI SCIENTIST FEARED KILLED IN IOWA CRASH 

RDU LIKELY TO GET DC-10S DESPITE CRASH 

THE BIG ONE 

DC-10 FLIGHTS INAUGURATED BY AMERICAN FROM RDU HUB 



DUKE, UNC MEDICAL SCHOOLS TO TEST NEW AIDS DRUG 



DNA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO BIOTECHNOLOGY 

SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH 
RESEARCHERS FINISH WORKSHOP IN DNA 
RESEARCHERS COMPLETE UNA WORKSHOP 
ROCHE PLANS LAB WITH 100 WORKERS 

DNS ELECTRONIC MATERIALS 

SEE ALSO DYNAMIT NOBEL AG (WEST GERMANY) 
DURHAM COUGHS UP TONS OF TOXINS 

DUX 

SEE DRUNKEN DRIVING 

DUPAC 

SEE DUKE UNIV. DUPAC PROGRAM 



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CHH 1 6/23/1989 A 

H 2 6/28/1989 B 

S 2 7/18/1989 D 



11 N 
6 N 
5 N 
5 P N A76 



S 2 3/28/1989 B 2 P P T37 



H 2 12/16/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 12/10/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 4/19/1989 E 9 D A 



H 


2 


6/05/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


6/06/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


S 


2 


1/12/1989 C 


1 N 


CHH 1 


1/22/1989 A 


1 C N C62 


CHH 1 


1/22/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


1/22/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


S 


2 


1/28/1989 B 


5 P P T37 


S 


2 


2/11/1989 A 


1 N B53 


s 


2 


2/14/1989 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


3/03/1989 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


3/21/1989 C 


5 P P T37 


s 


2 


3/25/1989 A 


3 P P T37 


s 


2 


4/29/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/14/1989 B 


3 N M51 


S 


2 


9/15/1989 C 


1 P P R56 


S 


2 


9/26/1989 B 


9 P P S73 


s 


2 11/16/1989 C 


2 P P T32 


S 


2 12/16/1989 B 


1 P P S76 


H 


2 


7/20/1989 A 


1 P N 


s 


2 


7/20/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


7/21/1989 A 


1 N R63 


H 


2 


7/21/1989 A 


1 P N K65 


H 


2 


7/21/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


H 


2 


7/27/1989 C 


1 N K65 


H 


2 


9/14/1989 C 


1 P P S76 


H 


2 


9/14/1989 D 


8 N K65 


H 


2 


8/31/1989 A 


1 N C60 



CHH 1 8/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/25/1989 A 
H 2 9/26/1989 B 



3 N 
7 N 
1 N K65 



H 2 2/19/1989 A 1 C N C60 



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D. N. HIX SCHOOL (OXFORDjJfX.) 

BALL FIELD LIGHTS PROSPECTS BRIGHTEN 

GRANVILLE ASKED TO HELP INSTALL LIGHTS AT BALL FIELD 

DRILL STOPS PASSERSBY IN OXFORD 

DAD (FILM) 

"DAD," "THE BEARVCARRY SOME TISSUES 

DAFFODIL DAYS 

DAYS OF THE DAFFODILS 

DAFFODILS 

SEE ALSO FLOUERS 
DAFFODILS ARE STILL CHARMING/THE SOUTHERN GARDENER 

DAIRIES, N.C. 

SEE DAIRY FARMERS, N.C. 

DAIRY FARMERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MILK 
JOB MILKS EXTRA INCOME FROM COUPLE .. „ Tlim „ 

COLD AND FRESH/40 YEARS OF BUSINESS & GOING STRONG UITH...MILK DELIVERY 

MIRY OWNEfclLLsTaJITS AT OWE OF COUNTY'S OLDEST DAIRY FARMS 

DALLAS, TEXAS 

RTI TO CONDUCT AIDS SURVEY IN DALLAS 

DALLAS COWBOYS 

LANDRY: A TEXAS INSTITUTION 
GIL BRANDT FIRED? 

DALLAS COWBOYS CHEERLEADER SQUAD 
SEE ALSO CHEERLEADERS 
AMERICA'S TEAM OR SHAME? 

DAMASCUS CHURCH (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) _ 
LOCAL CHURCH RAISING FUNDS FOR TREATMENT 
CHURCH RAISES $14,000 FOR LEUKEMIA VICTIM 

DAMES AT SEA (PLAY) 

SPIRIT OF SPOOF KEEPS 'DAMES' AFLOAT 
MUSICAL PROVIDES EVENING OF LAUGHS AND DANCE 

DAMINOZIDE 

SEE ALSO PESTICIDES 
DURHAM CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS TO GET CANNED, NOT FRESH APPLES 

DAMS, N.C. 

DAM BREAKS IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY 

DAMS, ORANGE COUNTY 

OUASA TO ADDRESS DEFICIENCIES IN DAM 

DAN RIVER 

SEE ALSO PINNACLES OF THE DAN _ „„. _, 

FOR A RENEWAL OF SPIRIT, TREK TO THE PINNACLES OF THE DAN 

DANCE 

SEE ALSO AFRICAN-AMERICAN DANCE ENSEMBLE 

SEE ALSO AFRICAN DANCE 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, DANCE 

SEE ALSO CHOREOGRAPHERS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., DANCE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO FRENCH DANCE 

SEE ALSO JAPAN, DANCE 

SEE ALSO JOSE LIMON DANCE CO. 



H 1 6/21/1989 C 1 N T33 
H 1 7/26/1989 C 1 N T33 
H 1 8/17/1989 C 1 P N T33 



H 2 11/10/1989 D 16 R S92 
CHH 1 4/07/1989 A 3 P P K30 

H 2 2/26/1989 F 12 P U 



S 2 1/03/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 8/20/1989 A 3 P N 



CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 1 P N M20 
S 2 2/04/1989 A 1 N M06 



H 2 3/03/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 5/04/1989 B 1 P U D18 



H 2 6/27/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 1/07/1989 A 1 N S17 
CHH 1 1/16/1989 A 3 N M25 



H 2 6/23/1989 D 16 R U66 
S 2 6/29/1989 D 7 R B77 



S 2 3/18/1989 A 1 N M06 

H 2 1/19/1989 B 2 N 

CHH 1 4/12/1989 A 3 P N L90 

H 2 4/30/1989 B 1 U N36 



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1/01/1989 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO MODERN DANCE 

SEE ALSO NEW PERFORMING DANCE CO. 

SEE ALSO PERFORMANCE ART 

SEE ALSO PILOBOLUS 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, DANCE 

SEE ALSO SHAGGING CONTESTS 

SEE ALSO STRIP TEASE ARTISTS 

SEE ALSO WHIRLWIND JAZZ DANCERS 

'GAMES CELLS PLAY...' - JACQUES D'AHBOISE SOLD ON HOLD 

GOTTA DANCE!! 

DANCE REPORT SET FOR SCHOOL BOARD 

SHAGGING'S IN AT IN THE RAW 

MIRROR IMAGES OF ART 

DANCERS (FILM) 

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



DANGEROUS INTERSECTIONS 
SEE INTERSECTIONS 

DANGEROUS LIAISONS (FILM) 

BORED ARISTOCRATS, BORING 'LIAISONS' 

DANIEL BOONE COMPLEX 

COUNTY HURTS BOONE VILLAGE BUSINESSES 

CROWD DEBATES HILLSBOROUGH INTERSTATE RULES 
WAFFLE HOUSE CLEARS FIRST HURDLE 
BOONE VILLAGE DEVELOPER DIES 
FLAGS AT HALF-MAST FOR FREELAND 
TOWN BOARD KILLS SIGN AMENDMENT 
WHICH DIRECTION IN THE FUTURE? 
DIFFERENT APPROACH, BUT SAME PROBLEMS 
CATES: WHERE TO FROM HERE? 

DANIEL BOONE SKATING RINK 

NEW OWNERS HAVE BIG PLANS FOR DANIEL BOONE ICE RINK 

DANVILLE, VIRGINIA 

FOURTH OF JULY; DANVILLE, VA., PLANS 3-DAY CELEBRATION 

DARE COUNTY, N.C. 

EAST LAKE COMMUNITY CENTER — WHERE STORIES WERE BORN, NOW RETOLD 

DARK OF THE MOON (PLAY) 

CAROLINA PROJECTS THEATER LIGHTS UP THE NIGHT 

'DARK OF THE MOON'S STRONG SCENES, ACTING ECLIPSED BY UNEVEN TONE 

DARRYL'S 1890 RESTAURANT 

POLICE SAY 'CUSTOMER' ROBBED EATERY 
POLICE LOG/EAT-AND-RUN SUSPECT SOUGHT 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE 

DUKE STUDENTS PLAN CONSERVATIVE PERIODICAL 

DARVON 

POTENTIAL TREATMENT DISCOVERED FOR DARVON OVERDOSE 

DATA PROCESSING MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION 
NEW OFFICERS 

DATABASES 

SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 
SCIENCE AND RESEARCH CENTER OFFERS ON-LINE DATABASE SERVICE 

DATE RAPE 

SEE ALSO RAPE, U.S. 
HARDIN BACKS AMENDMENT ON DATE RAPE 
DUKE OFFICER'S TALK QUASHES DATE RAPE MYTH 



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5/05/1989 C 
5/15/1989 A 
8/31/1989 D 
12/15/1989 C 



1 P F B71 
6 P P S73 
3 N C62 

2 P F B71 
1 P P T32 



H 2 9/15/1989 D 4 R L59 



H 2 2/17/1989 D 3 P R S66 



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



1/31/1989 A 

2/01/1989 A 

2/15/1989 A 

3/15/1989 A 

3/16/1989 A 

9/13/1989 A 

12/10/1989 A 

12/10/1989 A 

12/10/1989 A 



4 L 
1 N R63 
3PNR63 
1 PO 
1 PN R63 
3 N D38 
1 M N W57 
1 P N W57 
1 N W57 



CHH 1 7/06/1989 A 1 P N H90 
H 1 6/30/1989 C 1 N H60 
H 2 1/05/1989 C 3 P N 



H 2 10/13/1989 D 
S 2 10/26/1989 C 



18 
3 



N B71 

R B77 



S 2 6/20/1989 A 7 N 
H 2 12/22/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 9/21/1989 C 1 P N N36 

H 2 8/11/1989 C 1 N C60 

H 2 1/12/1989 D 5 P P K30 

H 2 8/06/1989 D 6 N 



CHH 1 2/25/1989 A 3 P N S17 
H 2 4/03/1989 B 1 N J04 



DATELINE FREEDOM: CIVIL RIGHTS t, THE PRESS 



-U630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL I N D E X B Y 

1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



'DATELINE' DOCUMENTARY LEAVES ISSUES HANGING 

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 

GRANVILLE PATRIOT IS RECOGNIZED AFTER 165 YEARS 

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, GENERAL DAVIE CHAPTER 
AWARD-WINNING ESSAY WRITERS 
GOOD CITIZENS 1989-90 

DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY, UNITED 
SEE UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY 

DAVID H. GRIFFITH AND ASSOCIATES 

PERSON COUNTY RECEIVES REPORT ABOUT USER FEES 
USER FEE HIKE SUGGESTED 
REPORT OUT ON SEPTIC TANK PLAN 

DAVIDSON AND JONES CONSTRUCTION CO. „, „ n „ nrror 
GRANVILLE EYES NEW SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION CONCEPT 

DAVIDSON COLLEGE SPORTS, BASKETBAU. 
BLUE DEVILS RIP DAVIDSON, 101-53 
DUKE OVERCOMES 'CATS, JET LAG 
S. CAROLINA 65, DAVIDSON 48 
DUKE 'D' STRANGLES DAVIDSON 
DUKE QUICKLY DISPOSES OF CRIPPLED WILDCATS 

DAVIDSON ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP COOPERATIVE 

THREE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES TO STUDY COMBINING OPERATIONS 

^ DAVIE OFFICIALS TO SPEAK AGAINST NUCLEAR FACILITY 

DAVINCI'S RESTAURANT 

REASONABLE, YES ; LIGHT AND FRESH, NO 

DAVIS CUP TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO TENNIS 
DAVIS CUP DREAM 

DAVIS DRIUE 

ROAD BOARD HAY OK DAVIS DRIVE PAVING 

STATE TRANSPORTATION BOARD OKS PAVING DAVIS DRIVE EXTENSION 

DAY CAMPS 

SEE ALSO CAMPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 
SUMMER OPTIONS; ACTIVITIES GALORE FOR YOUR CHILDREN 
CUB REPORTERS HONE SKILLS AT SUMMER CAMP 

DAY CARE 

SEE ADULT DAY CARE 
SEE CHILD CARE 

DAY CARE CENTERS 

SEE CHILD CARE CENTERS 

DAY CARE SERVICES ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, CHILD CARE 
SOUVENIR SALES STILL DAY CARE SERVICES' DOMAIN 

MAKING CHILD CARE AFFORDABLE .„ lm 

FUND-RAISING CAMPAIGN TARGETS DAY CARE FOR 28 KIDS IN NEED 

"THE DAY ROOM"/LAUGHS, INSIGHTS- AND LOTS OF QUESTIONS 

DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME 

SPRING FORWARD AT 2 A.M. SUNDAY 
SOME SPARE SNORES 



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H 2 1/17/1989 C 5 R W66 



H 2 5/29/1989 A 1 P N Bll 



S 2 2/04/1989 A 5 P P T37 
S 2 10/09/1989 B 1 P P T37 



H 1 1/04/1989 C 
CHH 1 5/18/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/19/1989 A 



1 N T33 
3 C N M20 
3 N 



H 1 1/04/1989 C 1 N H60 



2 1/06/1989 B 
2 1/06/1989 D 
2 1/08/1989 B 
2 12/22/1989 B 
2 12/22/1989 D 



H 2 1/05/1989 C 
S 2 1/17/1989 C 
H 2 10/13/1989 D 



1 P NC49 
1 P N F25 
5 N 
1 P N M88 
1 P N F25 



1 N H60 
3 N 
7 R D77 



S 2 7/13/1989 B 1 U D18 



S 2 10/13/1989 C 1 N C61 
S 2 10/17/1989 C 1 N C61 



H 2 4/02/1989 E 1 P F Zll 
CHH 1 8/07/1989 A 3 P N C62 



CHH 1 9/11/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 10/02/1989 A 1 P G 
CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 3 N K20 



H 2 11/10/1989 D 7 R B77 



H 2 3/31/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 10/28/1989 A 4 E 



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SEE ALSO DAFFODILS 
ONPOINTE 
DAYLILIES BRIDGE TIC GAP BETWEEN SPRING, SUMMER 

DAYTON CONTEMPORARY DANCE CO. 

THE BLACK TRADITION/MODERN DANCE'S LOST LINE IS RECLAIMED AT THE ADF 

HE TELLS IT LIKE IT IS (AND WAS) 

JAZZ WIND BLOWS IN WITH 2 DANCE TROUPES 

DANCES OFFER MOVING HISTORY 

DE DANANN (IRISH MUSICAL GROUP) 

THE ACCIDENTAL SINGER; IRISH VOCALIST TEAMS WITH NASHVILLE DUO 

DEAD POETS SOCIETY (FILM) 

TRAGEDY ASIDE, 'DEAD POETS' IS A GOOD MOVIE 

DEAF 

qrr ALSO HEARING DEFECTS 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF SERVICES FOR THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING 
ac e ALSO SIGN LANGUAGE 
DEAF, HEARING-IMPAIRED URGED TO LOBBY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS 

DEAN E. SMITH STUDENT ACTIVITIES CENTER 
SMITH CENTER HAS 100TH EVENT 

TIGHTER PARKING RULES WILL MEAN EXTRA STEPS FOR FANS 
BLEACHERS MAY REPLACE SOME SEATS AT SMITH CENTER 

N.C. STATE ARENA COULD HURT SMITH CENTER; UNC DIRECTOR QUESTIONS NEED... 
HANK WILLIAMS JR. COMING TO CHAPEL HILL 
IT'S CURTAINS FOR DEAN SMITH CENTER 
SOUVENIR SALES STILL DAY CARE SERVICES' DOMAIN 

DEAN MOSS & ASSOC. 

CHATHAM DROPS SEWER SYSTEMS FROM LAND PLAN (CORRECTION PRINTED 8-3-89) 

CORRECTION 

COUNTY DELAYS ACTION ON DEAN MOSS PLAN 

CHATHAM ADOPTS REVISED DEAN-MOSS LAND PLAN 

DEATH 

SEE ALSO EUTHANASIA 
SEE ALSO HOSPICE 
SEE ALSO LIVING WILL 
SEE ALSO MOURNING 
SEE ALSO RIGHT-TO-DIE 
SEE ALSO TO LIFE (COUNSELING ORGANIZATION) 
DEATH EXPERT COMING TO DUKE 

DEATH-BY-VEHICLE 

SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, DURHAM 

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

VIDEOTAPE OF TRAFFIC DEATH LEADS JUDGE TO SENTENCE 

MAN DRAWS 5 YEARS IN CAR DEATH 

DEATH PENALTY 

SEE DEATH SENTENCES, DURHAM 

SEE DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 

SEE DEATH SENTENCES, U.S. 

DEATH RATE 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C, MORTALITY RATES 
SEE ALSO INFANT MORTALITY 

N.C. COCAINE DEATHS UP IN '88 

COCAINE DEATHS EDGE UP IN DURHAM, ORANGE COS. 

UNC RESEARCHERS STUDY HEART ATTACK DEATH RATES 

DURHAM VA HOSPITAL CITED IN FEDERAL STUDY 

THE STAGGERING FACTS/SUNDAY FOCUS: HEART DISEASE 

DEATH SENTENCES, DURHAM 

JURY SAYS DEATH FOR MRS. STAGER; INVESTIGATORS, DA LAUDED FOR OUTCOME 
JURY SAYS DEATH FOR MRS. STAGER; INVESTIGATORS, DA LAUDED FOR OUTCOME 



2 6/13/1989 B 
2 6/18/1989 E 



2 6/22/1989 B 

2 6/22/1989 D 

2 6/23/1989 C 

2 6/24/1989 A 



H 2 2/10/1989 D 



H 2 6/16/1989 D 



CHH 

CHH 

S 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



1/07/1989 
1/20/1989 
1/24/1989 
1/27/1989 
3/11/1989 
5/06/1989 
9/11/1989 



CHH 1 8/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/03/1989 A 



CHH 1 
S 2 

S 2 
H 2 

CHH 1 



1/20/1989 A 
1/23/1989 A 
4/20/1989 A 
6/14/1989 A 
9/10/1989 A 



1 P P S76 
18 PU 



1 P F M31 
2PF 659 
3 R L59 
8 P R B71 



8 P F W66 
3 PR S66 



CHH 1 9/15/1989 A 3 N 



N U80 

N M70 

N 

N S17 

N 

N 

N 



3 P N M25 

2 N 

3 P N M25 
1 N M25 



S 2 3/03/1989 C 1 N 



H 


2 


4/09/1989 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/29/1989 A 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


8/29/1989 B 


1 


N B53 



2 5/20/1989 A 
2 5/20/1989 A 



5 P N U80 
1 N 
9 N 
1 N 
1 C N S17 



1 P N S82 

1 P N R63 



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DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL PRISON, DEATH ROW 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 
SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO LIFE SENTENCES _ 

CONVICTED KILLER NOW FIGHTING FOR LIFE H , 2 

WS SS^JPSSSiS St CF DEATH PENALTY BECA* HOOT ISSUE J" \ 

COURT REFUSES TO HEAR APPEAL IN KLAN CASE _ H 2 

PANEL ENDORSES CONTINUING UTILITIES' FUEL COST 'TRUE-UPS' H 2 

COUNTY HAY HAVE 4TH DEATH ROW CASE 0* 1 

GREEN'S EXECUTION DATE IS SET CHH 1 

LENGTHY DEBATE DELAYS VOTE ON COHPARAnVEFAULT r ^ r ^ n H 2 

PANEL KILLS BILL TO BLOCK DEATH PENALTY FOR MENTALLY RETARDED H 2 

OPPONENTS OF DEATH PENALTY SAY BILL DIDN'T GET FAIR HEARING H 2 

DEATH SENTENCES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 



1/09/1989 A 
1/29/1989 A 
2/08/1989 C 
2/22/1989 B 
2/24/1989 A 
2/28/1989 A 
3/12/1989 A 
5/04/1989 B 
5/10/1989 A 
7/27/1989 B 



SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. _ . ml , OOOA 

THERE WAS NO ROOM FOR MERCY H 2 1/27/1989 A 

OFFWITH THnRHEADS? CAPITAL PUNISHMENT ISN'T TOO MEAN FOR DRUG DEALERS H 2 6/24/1989 A 

DURHAM LAWYER AMONG THREE BATTLING FOR DEATH-ROW RIGHTS H 2 6/24/1989 C 



DEATH THREATS 

EXTENDING THE DEATH THREATS 

DEATHS DURHAM 

AUTOPSY SAYS HEAD BLOW KILLED MAN FOUND UNCONSCIOUS ON FAYETTEVILLE ST, 

COCAINE DEATHS EDGE UP IN DURHAM, ORANGE COS. 

MEMORIAL DAY SET FOR FALLEN WORKERSj 87 DIED IN 1988 

MAN FOUND DEAD NEAR CITY PARK 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN CAR 

WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN CAR __ _ 

POLICE LOG/TOMAN DEAD IN CAR IDENTIFIED 

POLICE LOG/DECOMPOSED BODY UNIDENTIFIED 

POLICE IDENTIFY BODY 

DEATH TERMED 'SUSPICIOUS; ' AUTOPSY COMING 

POLICE LOG/VAN STRIKES 2 PEDESTRIANS 

POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED IN SEPT. 9 STABBING CASE 

ANGIER AVE. NEIGHBORS' SHOUTS WARN RESIDENTS OF HOUSE FIRE 
DURHAM MAN SHOT TO DEATH 

DEATHS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FIRES, N.C, DEATHS 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C, MORTALITY RATES 

SEE ALSO POLICE, N.C, DEATHS 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, N.C 

SEE ALSO WRONGFUL DEATHS 

THIRD DEATH LINKED TO HOSPITAL PHARMACY 

MAN FOUND DEAD IN CHAPEL HILL MOTEL ROOM 

DEATH OF LOCAL LAWYER INVESTIGATED 

MAN FOUND DEAD IN BASEKNT 

DEBATE 

LAWYER IN ABORTION CASE TO DEBATE PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY 

ABORTION ISSUE DEBATED _ 

CATES CHALLENGES PEN-WIELDING NEMESIS SANFORD TO DEBATE 

DEBT 

SEE DEBTS 

DEBT COLLECTION AGENCIES 
SEE DEBTS 

DEBT LIMIT 

SEE NATIONAL DEBT 



1/13/1989 C 

1/23/1989 A 

4/23/1989 B 

8/15/1989 C 

8/23/1989 B 

8/23/1989 B 

8/24/1989 C 

9/02/1989 C 

9/05/1989 B 

10/30/1989 A 

11/21/1989 B 

12/14/1989 B 

12/16/1989 A 

12/28/1989 B 



H 2 3/17/1989 A 
H 2 3/31/1989 C 
CHH 1 6/21/1989 A 



9 
3 
2 
6 
11 
1 
3 
4 
9 
7 



N 

NS17 

N 

N 

N 

N H90 

N 

N 

N 

N 



4 E 
4 E 
1 PN S82 



H 2 5/09/1989 A 4 E 



N B53 
N 

N A54 
N B53 
N M51 
N 

N M51 
N 
N 
N 

N M51 
N S69 
N Yll 
N 



H 2 4/09/1989 B 1 N 

CHH 1 8/01/1989 A 2 N 

CHH 1 8/02/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 9/12/1989 A 3 N 



16 N 
1 P N L90 

1 N D38 



DEBTS 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER DEBT 



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SEE ALSO CREDIT 
SEE ALSO FARM DEBT 
SEE ALSO GARNISHMENT 
SEE ALSO WORLD DEBT 

HERITAGE SQUARE TAXES NOT YET PAID 

CITY WANTS SERVICE PRINTING ASSETS 

POWELL SUGGESTS FORGIVING $129,000 LOAN, TAKING PRESS 

HERITAGE SQUARE MUST SHOW SIGNS OF STRENGTH 

CITY SHOULD TAKE ASSETS TO REDUCE FIRM'S DEBTS 

DEBUTANTE BALL SOCIETY 

DEBUTANTE BALL SOCIETY NAMES NEW OFFICERS 

DEBUTANTES 

RECEPTION FOR DEBUTANTES 

DEBUTANTES AT BRUNCH 

BOWING IN, BOWING OUT AT DEBUTANTE BALL 

DEBUTANTE LUNCHEON 

PARTYING DEBUTANTES 

1989 DURHAM DEBUTANTES LISTED 

DEBUTANTE PICNIC 

AN EVENING IN MONTE CARLO 

DEBUTANTE PARTY TIME 

DEBUTANTE PARTY 

DEBUTANTE DANCE 

DEBUTANTE LUNCHEON 

RED CAPE AFFAIR 

DEBUTANTE BALL ADDS NEW 'TRADITIONS' 

DECEMBER 

POLAR AIR SET TO NESTLE IN TRIANGLE FOR EXTRA-COLD MONTH OF DECEMBER 

DEER 

DEER CARCASSES POSE THREAT TO FALLS LAKE 
CULPRITS SHOULD BE CAUGHT 

BEWARE THE SUDDEN FLIGHT 

POLICE LOG/STABBING VICTIM GOES INTO CARDIAC ARREST 

HAZARD ON THE HIGHWAY/BOLTING DEER A PROBLEM COMMON TO ORANGE CO. 

GROWING CITY, UHITETAIL HERDS CROSSING PATHS 

DEFENSE CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO CONTRACTS 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL CONTRACTS 
SEE ALSO MILITARY, BUDGET 

ME? A WOMANIZER?! RIDICULOUS! (CARTOON) 

THE SENATE'S SUSPECT ETHICISTS 

EXEMPTION BILLS PILE UP ON STATE'S PUBLIC BIDDING LAW 

DEFENSE SPENDING 

SEE MILITARY, BUDGET 

DEFIBRILLATORS 

NEW MACHINE MAY HELP TEAMS IMPROVE HANDLING CARDIAC ARRESTS 

FASTER MEDICAL CARE ONLY HEARTBEATS AWAY 

LIVE-SAVING COMPTUER 

HIGH-TECH DEVICE RESTORES WOMAN'S HEARTBEAT 

DEFORESTATION 

SCIENTISTS QUESTION CITIES' DEFORESTATION 

DUKE GRADUATE STUDENT SEEKS TO REFOREST AFRICAN HOMELAND 



DELICATESSENS 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
SUPERMARKET DELIS; 



EXPANDING TO MEET NEEDS OF THOSE ON THE GO 



DELINQUENT TAXES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY TAX OFFICE 
SEE ALSO INCOME TAX EVASION 
SEE ALSO TAXES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO TAXES, DURHAM COUNTY 



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S 


2 


1/06/1989 A 


1 


N H70 


S 


2 


1/12/1989 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 


1/13/1989 C 


1 


N S69 


S 


2 


1/13/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/16/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 E 


11 P P S76 


H 


2 


1/01/1989 E 


7 P P C45 


H 


2 


1/01/1989 E 


9 P P T37 


H 


2 


1/03/1989 B 


1 P U W15 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 E 


2 P P T37 


H 


2 


5/16/1989 A 


6 P P T44 


S 


2 


5/17/1989 C 


3 P P C45 


S 


2 


6/14/1989 C 


4 P P T32 


S 


2 11/30/1989 B 


2 P P C45 


H 


2 12/03/1989 E 


7 P P T44 


S 


2 12/28/1989 A 


7 P P T32 


S 


2 12/28/1989 A 


7 P P T32 


S 


2 12/30/1989 A 


5 P P T37 


H 


2 12/31/1989 B 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 12/31/1989 B 


3 


N W15 


H 


2 12/13/1989 A 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 


1/05/1989 A 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 


1/09/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/16/1989 B 


6 


N M51 


CHH 1 


10/17/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


H 


2 11/18/1989 A 


1 H N H60 



H 2 1/29/1989 D 4 T T 
H 2 2/14/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 3/07/1989 B 5 N 



C50 



2 5/31/1989 B 1 N B53 

2 6/02/1989 A 4 E 

2 6/03/1989 B 6 P P T32 

2 6/09/1989 C 1 N B53 



2 1/23/1989 A 
2 3/03/1989 C 



3 N 

7 P N D80 



H 2 9/20/1989 B 1 P F Zll 



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SUBJECTS 



COUNTY HAY SEIZE LATE RMS 
HERITAGE SQUARE MAY PAY TAXES BY APRIL 24 
HERITAGE SQUARE RENT MAY BE TAKEN FOR TAXES 
TAX COLLECTOR MAY BYPASS COURT FOR DEBTS 
ALDERMAN CANDIDATE FAILS TO PAY TAXES 
CANDIDATE NELSON FAILS TO PAY TAXES 

BELLINGER INC. 

CONSTRUCTION FIRM MIGHT SUE CITY FOR DISCOUNTING LOW BID 
APPARENT LOW BIDDER URGES CITY REVIEW OF MWBE STANDARDS 
MAKE SENSE, CITY HALL 

DELTA ZETA 

SORORITY SEEKS OK OF HOUSE PLANS 
UPS AND DOWNS FOR CHARITY 
FINAL UPS AND DOWNS 
RESIDENTS SILENT ON SORORITY 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY, DURHAM 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY. N.C. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL YOUNG DEMOCRATS 

SEE ALSO YOUNG DEMOCRATS OF N.C. 
LOBBYIST FRONTRUNNER 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 
WOMEN BLAST DEMOCRATS' DAVIS, 'OLD-BOY NETWORK' 
CHAPEL HILL'S DAVID PRICE POPULAR AMONG DEMOCRATS 
SOME DEMOCRATS CALL FOR DAVIS TO RESIGN AS PARTY'S CHAIRMAN 
DEMOCRATS' DREAM IS JUST THAT _ 

YOUNG DEMOCRATS URGED TO SHAPE, CONTROL PARTY AGENDAS 
INSIGHT/DEMOCRATIC PARTY NEEDS A SUPERMAN TO CHALLENGE SEN. HELMS 
N.C. MAY SEE RISE IN PARTY CROSSOVERS 
STATE DEMOCRATS FINDING SEN. JESSE HELMS TOUGH TO BEAT 

DEMONSTRATIONS 

SEE ALSO ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE 

SEE ALSO DISORDERLY CONDUCT 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., DEMONSTRATIONS 

SEE ALSO RIOTS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, DEMONSTRATIONS 

1,000 IN DURHAM MARCH FOR KING 

EIGHT ARRESTED IN ABORTION PROTEST ACTION 

MAVRETIC CHALLENGES GOVERNOR TO BOOST TAXES FOR TEACHERS 

LEGISLATORS IFFY ON IMPACT OF PROTEST 

T-DAY; FEW LOCAL TEACHERS JOIN MARCH __ , 

...WE TEACHERS GATHERED IN RALEIGH TO PROTEST THE GOVERNOR'S.,. (CARTOON) 

N.C. AVERAGE TEACHER PAY 36TH NATIONALLY 

POLICE ARREST 9 ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS ON TRESPASS CHARGES 

MARCHERS BEGIN CENTRAL AMERICA 'PEACE PILGRIMAGE' 

DUKE STUDENTS, SENIOR CITIZENS TO PROTEST MINIMUM-WAGE PLAN 

GROUP STAGES PROTEST OF PLAN FOR SUB-MINIMUM TRAINING PAY 

WAGE RAGE 

CHURCHES SHOW UNITY IN MARCH 

PROTESTING AID TO CONTRAS 

PROTEST 

2 DUKE STUDENTS FACE CWKGES 

PRO-CHOICE MARCH DRAWS AREA SUPPORT 

ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS FOUND GUILTY OF TRESPASSING 

ACTIONS DON'T DETER PATIENTS, LOCAL CLINIC EMPLOYEE SAYS 

TRANSPORT WORKERS PROTEST PACT OFFER 



N 
P 

S 
S 
S 

s 

CHH 
CHH 



— DATE- 

1/12/1989 
1/26/1989 
2/08/1989 
3/28/1989 
8/17/1989 
8/18/1989 



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



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



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



1/16/1989 A 

1/22/1989 A 

2/15/1989 A 

2/15/1989 A 

2/15/1989 A 

2/16/1989 A 

3/15/1989 B 

3/18/1989 C 

3/20/1989 

3/29/1989 

3/30/1989 

3/30/1989 

3/31/1989 

4/04/1989 

4/04/1989 

4/06/1989 

4/08/1989 

4/13/1989 

4/13/1989 

4/15/1989 



-PG 

1 

1 
1 
1 
3 
3 



S 2 9/20/1989 A 
H 2 9/21/1989 C 
H 2 9/25/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/27/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/04/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/06/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/20/1989 A 



1/01/1989 C 
1/07/1989 A 
1/15/1989 B 
1/28/1989 C 
1/29/1989 B 
4/02/1989 B 
4/17/1989 A 
5/21/1989 B 
7/20/1989 A 
7/23/1989 B 
9/03/1989 D 
9/13/1989 A 
12/31/1989 D 



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N H70 
N H70 
NH70 
N H65 
N C62 
N C62 



1 PNC61 
1 N S69 
4 E 



3 N M70 
1 P P L38 
3 P P L38 
1 N M70 



7 
6 
1 

14 
4 
1 
5 
5 
5 
1 
2 



1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
4 
6 
1 
1 
8 
1 
1 
9 
1 

a 

12 
3 
3 
3 

10 



N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N 

J 

N 

J 



Oil 



_ an 

N S22 
U L40 
J Oil 
U L40 



N H65 
N C62 
N L40 
N 

N C62 
T C50 
N 

N B53 
N R63 
N 

N C47 
P T37 
N S69 
P T37 
P T37 
N 
N 

N R63 
N S17 
N K65 



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SUBJECTS 



PROTESTERS APPEAL TO TAXPAYERS 

NIGHT OF THE LOOMING TAXES 

VIOLINS IN PROTEST 

STUDENTS RALLY AGAINST ARTS SCHOOL CHANCELLOR 

AIDS ACTIVISTS ARRESTED IN RTP 

CHINESE HOODS HURT CHANCE FOR DEMOCRACY 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME TO DROP CHARGES AGAINST AIDS ACTIVISTS 

MARCH PROTESTS GRAVETTE DECISION 

UNC CHINESE STUDENTS TO XIN D.C. RALLY FOR BEIJING PROTESTERS 

'THE PEOPLE ARE READY'; CHINESE STUDENTS BEGIN UEEKLONG FUND-RAISER... 

LONELY VIGIL 

DURHAM POLICE ARREST 7 IN ABORTION PROTEST 

7 ANTI-ABORTION DEMONSTRATORS ARRESTED AT DURHAM RALLY 

HEARINGS AUG. 8 FOR 7 ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

JUDGE'S ORDER BARS ABORTION PROTESTERS 

ABORTION FOES UNDER INJUNCTION 

CLINIC LAWYER SAYS PROTESTS NAY NEED MORE LEGAL ACTION 

DURHAM ABORTION PROTEST PEACEFUL 

PROTESTORS PEACEFUL AT RALLY 

CENTER'S ART SHOW DRAWS 500, PROTEST FROM CHRISTIAN GROUP 

CENTER'S ART SHOW DRAWS 500, PROTEST FROM CHRISTIAN GROUP 

100 OR MORE SUPPORTERS JOIN WITNESS FOR PEACE MARCH 

CRECHE PROTESTS U.S. AID TO EL SALVADOR 

DENTAL CARE 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, DENTAL CARE 

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

COMPUTERS EXPECTED TO REVOLUTIONIZE DENTISTRY 

BRUSHING, FLOSSING ARE BEST DENTAL HYGIENE/THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

DENTAL FOUNDATION OF N.C., INC. 

ELLIOT TO HEAD DENTAL FOUNDATION 

DENTAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 
DENTIST'S LICENSE SUSPENDED IN UMSTEAD MALPRACTICE PROBE 

DENTISTS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM/ORANGE DENTAL SOCIETY 
TRICKY HALLOWEEN TREATMENT 

DENTISTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DENTAL CARE 

SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-€HAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 

DOGS AND CATS BENEFIT FROM DENTAL CARE 

AIDS CAUSES DOCTORS, DENTISTS TO TIGHTEN INFECTION CONTROL 



DENTISTS 



STS, N.C, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
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 

DENTIST'S LICENSE SUSPENDED IN UMSTEAD MALPRACTICE PROBE 

DEPAUL UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

BUCKNALL'S 21 GUIDE NORTH CAROLINA TO 87-67 ROUT OF DEPAUL 

HEELS PUT ON CLINIC VS. DEPAUL 

DEPAUL DEALS FRIGID WOLFPACK ANOTHER LOSS 

DEPAUL AMBUSHES VISITING WOLFPACK 

DEPAUL. TAR HEELS BATTLING SLUMPS 

UNC LEARNING FROM 'DOWN ON THE FLOOR' 

UNC REBOUNDS WITH WIN OVER DEPAUL 

VICTORY DOESN'T CURE TAR HEEL ILLS 

DEPRESSION (EMOTIONAL STATE) 
SEE ALSO ANTI-DEPRESSANTS 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, DURHAM, DEPRESSION 



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C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 
8 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 



CHH 1 



4/18/1989 

4/18/1989 

4/21/1989 

4/21/1989 

4/25/1989 

4/25/1989 

5/04/1989 

5/08/1989 

5/20/1989 

5/23/1989 

6/01/1989 

7/01/1989 

7/02/1989 

7/03/1989 

7/26/1989 

7/27/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/29/1989 

10/29/1989 B 

11/15/1989 A 

11/15/1989 A 

12/03/1989 B 

12/12/1989 A 



NM51 
P T32 
PL38 
N S17 
N 
E 

N B53 
N M25 
NL90 
N S17 
P L38 
N B53 
NT32 
N B53 
N 

N M06 
N S82 
N M06 
N C61 
N S22 
N S22 
N N36 
P T32 
N S17 



H 2 3/05/1989 A 15 N 
S 2 8/16/1989 A 10 U 



CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 2 N 



H 2 9/27/1989 A 1 N T33 



H 2 11/01/1989 C 3 P P K30 



S 2 
H 2 


1/03/1989 A 
8/08/1989 C 


6 P F G59 
1 N 


CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 


2/02/1989 A 

2/03/1989 A 
2/04/1989 A 
2/08/1989 A 
2/09/1989 A 
9/27/1989 A 


3 
3 
3 
3 
1 
1 


N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N T33 


H 2 1/06/1989 B 
S 2 1/06/1989 D 
H 2 2/05/1989 C 
S 2 2/06/1989 D 
H 2 12/16/1989 D 
H 2 12/17/1989 C 
H 2 12/17/1989 C 
S 2 12/18/1989 D 


1 N M14 
1 P N D18 

1 C N M14 

2 P N 

1 N L22 
1 U M88 
1 P N L22 
1 P U D18 



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D — DATE- 



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SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, N.C., DEPRESSION 

SEE ALSO MANIC DEPRESSION 

SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS „ 

FREE TREATMENT OFFERED IN STUDY ON DEPRESSION 
DOCTOR SAYS MANIC DEPRESSION AFFLICTS CHILDREN AS WELL AS ADULTS 
DUKE DOCTOR PINPOINTS, TREATS CHILDREN'S 'MANIC DEPRESSION' 
UNC STUDY LINKS ENDORPHIN LEVELS, PAINS IN CHEST 

TVQ MftTWPQ T ntiA 

12-YEAR-OLD RECIPIENT OF LAUSUIT 'DOING PRETTY GOOD' IN IOMA 

DESEGREGATION 

SEE RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 
SEE SCHOOLS, N.C., DESEGREGATION 
SEE SCHOOLS, U.S., DESEGREGATION 
SEE UNIV. OF N.C., DESEGREGATION 

DESIGN FIRMS 

DESIGNING MAN, DURHAM DESIGNER MAKES A MARK IN NEW YORK 

DESIGN TASK FORCE 

SEE CHAPEL HILL APPEARANCE COMMITTEE 

DETECTIVES 

SEE PRIVATE DETECTIVES 

DETOXIFICATION CENTERS , m „ „ „ 

SEE ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTER, BUTNER, N.C. 

DETROIT PISTONS 

PISTONS GOOD, BUT DON'T RATE 'DYNASTY' TAG 

DEVELOPERS 

SEE BUILDING DEVELOPERS 

DEVELOPMENT VENTURES, INC. ___ _, 

♦1 MILLION LOAN PONDERED BY CITY LABELED HIGH RISK 
HOUSING PROPOSAL RISKY 
DEVELOPER ASKS CITY FOR *1 MILLION LOAN 
DESPITE RISKS, CITY TO LEND MONEY FOR EDGEMONT PROJECT 
FIRM TO GET HOUSING FUNDS FOR EDGEMONT 
DEVELOPERS SQUARE OFF ON MILL SITE REZONING 
DEVELOPER EYES REST OF HOSIERY MILL SITE 
DEVELOPERS SETTLE ON MILL REZONING 
HOUSING PROJECT GETS FIRST GO SIGN 
EDGEMONT ELMS 

DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 
SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO LEARNING DISABILITIES 
SEE ALSO N.C. COUNCIL ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 

7 PUBLIC HEARINGS SCHEDULED ON DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED 

DISABILITIES SURVEY SAYS SERVICES ARE NEEDED 

DEVILS WHO DON'T 

GROUP OF DUKE STUDENTS ABSTAINS FROM SEX 

DIABETES 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION 
WEIGHT LOSS AIDS DIABETES, STATE OF MIND 
HERTFORD'S HALL OF FAMER 
HALL OF FAMER MAKES PITCH AGAINST DIABETES 
'CATFISH' HUNTER PITCHING AGAINST DIABETES 
DUKE PERFORMS PANCREAS-KIDNEY TRANSPLANT 

DIAL-A-PORN 

SEE ALSO CHILD PORNOGRAPHY 
SEE ALSO PORNOGRAPHY 

COMMITTEE OKS BILL TO BAN 'DIAL-A-PORN' OUTLETS IN N.C. 

LEGISLATORS SPENDING LONG HOURS WRESTLING WITH ISSUES OF MORALITY 



H 2 2/25/1989 C 
H 2 6/06/1989 C 
S 2 7/06/1989 C 
CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 



12 N 

3 N ISO 

1 N 

9 N 



H 2 9/04/1989 B 1 N S82 



H 2 5/14/1989 E 1 P F S56 



S 2 6/16/1989 D 1 U D18 



5/05/1989 C 

5/09/1989 A 

5/11/1989 A 

6/29/1989 C 

6/30/1989 A 

8/22/1989 B 

10/10/1989 C 

11/23/1989 A 

12/08/1989 C 

12/31/1989 F 



S 

H 
H 
S 
S 



6/02/1989 C 
6/03/1989 D 
6/04/1989 B 
6/06/1989 D 
7/21/1989 C 



N R63 
E 

N C61 
N R63 
N C61 
N C61 
N C61 
N C61 
N R63 
P T37 



H 2 4/05/1989 C 3 N U80 
CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 5 N 



H 2 7/19/1989 C 4 N 



1 N 

3 P N C52 
1 P N C60 
1 P U D18 

1 H 



H 2 4/26/1989 D 49 N 
H 2 5/02/1989 C 2 N 



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1/01/1989 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJ 



DIAMOND CHIPS 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
DIAMOND CHIPS 

DIAMONDS 

TECHNIQUE BONDS GOLD TO DIAMONDS 
RARE, PRECIOUS, AND ROUGH 

DIAPERS 

SEE ALSO INFANTS 
AND THEY'RE OFF! 

DIARRHEA 

TREATMENT SOUGHT FOR DEADLY DIARRHEA 

OVER-THE-COUNTER MEDICATIONS USUALLY HANDLE BOUTS OF DIARRHEA 

DICKSON HOUSE 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. , VISITORS CENTER 
NEW VISITORS CENTER TO OPEN IN APRIL 
CEREMONIAL WATCH 

HILLSBOROUGH CHAMBER SEEKS FUNDS FOR CENTER'S RESTROOM RENOVATIONS 
A LOOK BACK/OLD DICKSON HOUSE SITE 
CHAMBER SEEKS SUPPORT FOR REST ROOMS 
EX ENDORSES FUNDS FOR CENTER 
CHAMBER HOPES «7,500 GIFT MILL HELP PROMOTE TOURISM 

DICTIONARIES 

SEE ALSO LANGUAGE 
0ED2 STANDS ALONE AT LITERARY PINNACLE 

DIEMLER AND ASSOCIATES 

FAA STUDY: RDU GROWTH TO OUTPACE PROJECTIONS 

DIESEL FUEL 

SEE ALSO GASOLINE 
DIESa FUEL SPILL STOPPED FROM REACHING TAR RIVER 

DIESEL FUEL SPILL 

SEE ALSO GASOLINE SPILLS 
ORANGE-JUICE TRAILER OVERTURNS, PUTTING SQUEEZE ON 1-85 TRAFFIC 
TRUCK TUMBLES 
FUEL SPILLS IN COLLISION 

DIETITIANS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, DIETARY SERVICES 
SEE ALSO NUTRITION 
REGISTERED DIETITIANi ADVISER FOR A NUTRITION-WISE LIFESTYLE 



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S 


I T 


N E 


E 


L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


S 2 


4/15/1989 B 


2 P U P52 


S 2 


4/22/1989 B 


1 P U P52 


S 2 


4/29/1989 B 


2 P U P52 


S 2 


5/06/1989 B 


1 P U P52 


S 2 


5/13/1989 B 


1 P U P52 


S 2 


5/20/1989 B 


2 P U P52 


S 2 


5/27/1989 B 


1 P U P52 


S 2 


6/03/1989 B 


2 P U P52 


S 2 


6/10/1989 B 


1 P U P52 


S 2 


6/17/1989 B 


1 U P52 


S 2 


6/24/1989 B 


1 U P52 


S 2 


7/01/1989 B 


1 P U P52 


S 2 


7/08/1989 B 


1 P U P52 


S 2 


7/15/1989 B 


1 PU P52 


S 2 


7/22/1989 B 


1 P U P52 


S 2 


8/05/1989 B 


1 PU P52 


S 2 


8/12/1989 B 


1 PU P52 


S 2 


8/19/1989 B 


1 P U P52 


S 2 


8/26/1989 B 


1 P U P52 


S 2 


9/02/1989 B 


1 PU P52 


S 2 


9/09/1989 B 


1 P U P52 


CHH 1 


7/14/1989 A 


7 N 


CHH 1 


11/14/1989 A 


1 P L38 


CHH 1 


6/04/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


H 2 


1/10/1989 B 


3 N C60 


S 2 


3/29/1989 C 


7 U 


CHH 1 


3/17/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


5/01/1989 A 


1 P P T44 


CHH 1 


8/08/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


8/10/1989 A 


7 P P 


CHH 1 


8/31/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


9/15/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


10/26/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


7/30/1989 A 


5 U 


H 2 


3/25/1989 C 


1 N P41 



H 1 11/09/1989 C 1 N T33 



S 2 5/25/1989 C 
S 2 7/24/1989 C 
S 2 8/29/1989 A 



1 P N B53 
1 P P S76 
8 N 



H 2 3/08/1989 B 1 



DIETITIANS, N.C. 



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HOUSE TO CONSIDER DIETITIAN LICENSING 
DIETITIAN MEASURE NOW GOES TO SENATE 

DIETING 

SEE HEIGHT CONTROL 



DIETS 

SEE OBESITY 
SEE RICE DIET 
SEE HEIGHT CONTROL 

DIGITAL SWITCHES 

SEE NORTHERN TELECOM, 



CHH 1 7/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/25/1989 A 



3 P N K20 
3 N 



DIGITAL SWITCHING DIVISION 



DINOSAURS 

DINOSAUR ART; LIKE ALMOST EVERYTHING ELSE TO DO UITH DINOS, IT'S POPULAR H 2 1/06/1989 D 
CARRBORO MAN WANTS TO BUILD HILLSBOROUGH 'DINOSAUR PARK' CHH 1 3/04/1989 A 



7 P F W66 
1 N H90 



DIPLOMAS 

TOO MUCH VALUE PUT ON DIPLOMAS 
STUDENT GUZZLES COURSES 

DIRT BIKES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 
SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLES 
CHASE ENDS WITH POLICEMAN DODGING ASSAULT BY DIRT BIKE 

DIRTY, ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS (FILM) 

MARTIN PLAYS 'SCOUNDREL' WITH THE STYLE OF HARPO 

DIRTY DANCING 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS 
SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 
DISABLED VETERANS ELECT NEW OFFICERS 

DISASTER AID PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL AID, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY 

TORNADO RELIEF SHOWS TRIANGLE RESIDENTS CARE 

RED CROSS OUT OF DISASTER MONEY 

MARTIN TO SEEK DISASTER FUNDS FOR 19 COUNTIES 

TORNADO BLEW AWAY INVISIBLE RACIAL LINE IN COMMUNITY 

CITY OPENS COMMAND CENTER TODAY FOR VICTIMS OF STORM 

READY TO GO 

TORNADO RELIEF CENTER SET TO OPEN IN DURHAM 

DURHAM GETS $150,000 FOR STORM DAMAGE 

45 SEEK HELP FROM DURHAM DISASTER CENTER 

DISASTER RELIEF WELCOME 

TORNADO RELIEF CENTER OPENS FOR DURHAM AREA 

DURHAM DISASTER AID DEADLINE IS TODAY _ ttrr _ 

DISASTER AID FOR TORNADO DAMAGE IS SOUGHT FDR THREE MORE COUNTIES 

TWISTER RELIEF STILL AVAILABLE 

WORKSHOP FOR TORNADO VICITMS CLOSING 

STATE APPROVES FAST FUNDS FOR TORNADO RELIEF 

TORNADO AID OVER $150,000 

DURHAM GETS CHECK FOR TORNADO RELIEF 

COUNTY SCHOOLS SEEK TORNADO RELIEF OF »8.700 

MAY 5 TORNADO DISASTER RELIEF SEEKERS PASS 1,200 

FEW TAKING ASSISTANCE FOR MARCH WINDSTORM 

COUNTY RED CROSS HALFWAY TO HURRICANE HUGO RELIEF GOAL 

ACC. SEC ASK FANS TO HELP HUGO'S VICTIMS 

PART OF GRANVILLE MAN'S JOB IS TO PLAN FOR DISASTERS 

GROUP WILL ASSIST VICTIMS OF STORM 

HURRICANE VICTIMS FOCUS OF COLLECTION 

A HEARTENING RESPONSE TO TRAGEDY 

DURHAM CONTINUES HUGO RELIEF EFFORTS 

HUGO HELP STILL TIMELY 

DISASTER RELIEF AGENCIES STRESS! CASH BEST DONATION 



H 2 7/30/1989 D 5 U G33 
S 2 11/09/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 5/24/1989 C 1 N 

H 2 1/06/1989 D 2 P R S66 

H 2 12/13/1989 A 2 N 

S 2 7/12/1989 A 8 N 



S 2 

CHH 1 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

H 2 

H 1 

H 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

S 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 



1/28/1989 
2/02/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/19/1989 
5/19/1989 
5/22/1989 
5/22/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/27/1989 
5/29/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/14/1989 .. 
6/15/1989 B 
6/15/1989 A 
7/18/1989 C 
7/21/1989 A 
9/28/1989 A 
9/29/1989 B 
9/29/1989 C 
9/29/1989 
9/30/1989 
9/30/1989 
10/02/1989 
10/05/1989 



12 



10/22/1989 B 



E 

N R63 
N L40 
N P38 
N C47 
P S73 
N L40 
N C61 
N 
E 

N R63 
N M06 
N 
E 
N 

N L40 
N C61 
N R63 
N M06 
N R63 
N S17 
N S17 
N C49 
N T33 
N H60 
N 
E 

N E33 
N S17 
N N36 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



1SH3RADE AID/DURHAM PUPILS SEND CLASSROOM SUPPLIES TO S.C. ... 
RED CROSS UNIT RAISES $40,000 TO AID VICTIMS 
UNSPENT STATE PAY HONEY GOING FOR HUGO DAMAGE 

DISASTER EVACUATION PLANS 

FAMILY EVACUATED AFTER GASOLINE LEAK 

INCLUDE SCHOOLS IN EMERGENCY PLANNING, STATE OFFICIALS SAY 

SCHOOL TORNADO DRILLS TIMELY 

2 PASSENGERS HURT AS SMOKE CAUSES AIRLINER'S EVACUATION 

FIRE FORCES EVACUATION OF SCHOOL 

DISASTER SIMULATIONS 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR SAFETY 
PLANE CRASH RESCUE! (TAKE 2) 

EMERGENCY PLANNERS SPURRED TO PRODUCE 'WHAT IF' REPORT SINCE... TORNADOES 
COUNTY WON'T JOIN ATTACK EXERCISE 
PAPER PRINTS PROPAGANDA 
CORRECTION 
DRILL STOPS PASSERSBY IN OXFORD 

DISC GOLF 

SEE ALSO PRISBEE (GAME) 

SEE ALSO GAMES 
'HOLE-IN-ONE' WEATHER HELPS DISC GOLF TOURNEY 

DISC JOCKEYS 
SEE ALSO RADIO 
WAYNE POND A DISC JOCKEY AT HOME WITH ESOTERIC TOPICS 

DISCLOSURE ACT 

SEE CRIMINAL EVIDENCE 

SEE FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE LAWS 

SEE PROPERTY DISCLOSURE LAWS 

DISCOTHEQUES 

THEY'RE TOO DRESSY FOR GRAYING SET 

DISCOVERY LAW 

SEE CRIMINAL EVIDENCE 

DISCOVERY PLACE (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 
MUSEUM MOVE IS RISKY 

DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO AGE DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO DISEASE DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO XB DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO REVERSE DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO SEX DISCRIMINATION 

HEARINGS TO FOCUS ON NEEDS OF MINORITIES 

ORANGE COMMISSION SEARCHING FOR DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINTS 

COMMISSION TO HOLD 'HOMOPHOBIA' HEARING 

RIGHTS HEARING DRAWS 65 

DISCRIMINATION AGAINST DISABLED FOCUS OF HEARING 

TASK FORCE TO EXAMINE LEGAL ISSUES OF AIDS 

PUBLIC HEARING CENTERS ON COUNTY RACE RELATIONS 

PREACHING EQUALITY; TIM KIMREY IS LEADING ORANGE COUNTY'S FIGHT... 

ROYALL'S OPPOSITION STALLS ANTI-BIAS 6ILL 

DURHAM LOST ON ANTI-DISCRIMINATION, BUT WON ON TRIANGLE TRANSIT... 

DISEASE DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, LEGAL ISSUES 
SEE ALSO DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

TASK FORCE TO EXAMINE LEGAL ISSUES OF AIDS 

AIDS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL ADVANCES 

HOUSE VOTES TO BAN AIDS DISCRIMINATION 

AIDS-BIAS BILL GUTTED 

SENATE PANEL APPROVES RIGS WITH TRAILERS MEASURING S3 FEET 



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2 11/01/1989 B 1 N E33 
2 11/02/1989 C 1 N C61 
1 11/08/1989 C 1 P N L40 



H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 



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



1/01/1989 C 
1/25/1989 A 
2/23/1989 A 
4/24/1989 C 
5/10/1989 B 



5/14/1989 
5/23/1989 
7/27/1989 
8/03/1989 
8/09/1989 
8/17/1989 



N 

N M20 
N C62 
N 
N 



N 042 
N C60 
N M20 
L 
N 
N T33 



S 2 2/07/1989 D 6 P N A76 



H 2 3/27/1989 B 5 P N K65 



H 2 6/27/1989 A 4 U G33 



H 2 1/25/1989 A 4 L 



CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 



1/30/1989 
2/26/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/26/1989 
5/01/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/28/1989 



8/13/1989 B 



N S17 
N M70 
N 

N S17 
N 

N S82 
N S17 
N S17 
N L40 
N L40 



H 


2 


5/01/1989 A 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


5/04/1989 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


5/12/1989 A 


10 N 


H 


2 


5/13/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/22/1989 B 


4 P N 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX B 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



HACKNEY BREAKS AIDS BILL TIE VOTE 

AIDS BILL SUPPORTERS STRUGGLE TO SALVAGE LEGISLATION 

COMMITTEE COMPROMISES ON AIDS BILL 

PANEL REJECTS AMENDMENT TO WEAKEN AIDS VICTIMS BILL 

BILL TO HELP AIDS VICTIMS FACES MORE AMENDMENTS 

AIDS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL FACES MORE OPPOSITION 

AIDS DISCRIMINATION BILL HEADING FOR DEBATE IN N.C. HOUSE 

HOUSE SUPPORTERS OF AIDS BILL FEND OF TWO AMENDMENTS 

HOUSE APPROVES ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL FOR AIDS VICTIMS 

ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAW FOR AIDS VICTIMS ENACTED 

HOUSE WISELY SPURNS AIDS-BILL REVISIONS 

DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 
SEE ALSO ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 
SEE ALSO ANOREXIA NERVOSA 
SEE ALSO ASTHMA 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
SEE ALSO CHICKEN POX 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, DISEASES 
SEE ALSO CHRONIC ILLNESS 
SEE ALSO COMA 
SEE ALSO COXSACKIE VIRUS 
SEE ALSO CYSTIC FIBROSIS 
SEE ALSO EPILEPSY 
SEE ALSO EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS 
SEE ALSO EYE DISEASES 
SEE ALSO HEMOCHROMATOSIS 
SEE ALSO HEMOPHILIA 
SEE ALSO HEPATITIS 
SEE ALSO INFECTIONS 
SEE ALSO INFLUENZA 
SEE ALSO KIDNEY DISEASE 
SEE ALSO LIVER DISEASE 
SEE ALSO LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS (DISEASE) 
SEE ALSO LYME DISEASE 
SEE ALSO MEASLES 
SEE ALSO MYASTHENIA GRAVIS 
SEE ALSO ONDDC'S CURSE (DISEASE) 
SEE ALSO SHINGLES (DISEASE) 
SEE ALSO SICK BUILDING SYNDROME 
SEE ALSO SICKLE CELL ANEMIA 
SEE ALSO STREP DISEASES 
SEE ALSO TERMINAL ILLNESSES 
SEE ALSO TUBERCULOSIS 

SEE ALSO VIRUS 

DISEASES RELATED TO 'GREENHOUSE EFFECT' CONCERN SCIENTISTS 
PLAY CHRONICLES PLIGHT OF FATIGUE SUFFERERS 

DISORDERLY CONDUCT 

SEE ALSO CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE 
SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS 

SEE ALSO RIOTS „ 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CAMPUS POLICE 
2 DUKE STUDENTS FACE CHARGES 

DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MEDIATION 

CENTER GETS GRANT 

DISPUTE CENTER GETS >12,000 GRANT 

STUDENTS LEARNING TO SETTLE OWN SPATS 



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CHH 1 


6/23/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


6/29/1989 A 


1 


N S17 


CHH 1 


7/07/1989 A 


1 


N S17 


H 2 


7/14/1989 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


7/15/1989 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


7/21/1989 A 


9 


H 


H 2 


7/24/1989 B 


1 


P N 


H 2 


7/26/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 2 


7/27/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 2 


7/29/1989 C 


4 


N 


S 2 


7/31/1989 A 


4 


E 



H 2 11/18/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 



S 2 
H 2 
S 2 



6/14/1989 A 
6/17/1989 C 
9/29/1989 A 



DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER, ORANGE COUNTY 

^ILLIPS^JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS LEARN TO TALK IT OUT CHH 1 

CARRBORO PROGRAM HELPING CRIMINALS STAY OUT OF PRISON -«- — SS ! 

A PEACE-MAKER IN THE MIDST OF DIVORCE BATTLES/SUNDAY FOCUS CHILD CUSTODY C* 1 

JUDGES WANT THE PARENTS TO MAKE DECISION ABOUT CHILDREN/SUNDAY FOCUS CHH 1 



1 N K65 
3 P N S17 



S 2 4/06/1989 A 12 N 



11 N 

4 N 
3 N E33 



2/12/1989 A 3 P N M20 

4/11/1989 A 3 N R63 

4/16/1989 A 1 P N H90 

4/16/1989 A 1 P N H90 



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DISPUTE CENTER INPUT URGED FOR LANDFILL 

DISTILLERIES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 
SEE ALSO MOONSHINE 
BLAME BOOZER, NOT DISTILLER 

DISTINCTIVE PROPERTIES 

THE BENCH MARK/DISTINCTIVE PROPERTIES WINS AWARD OF MERIT 

DISTINGUISHED PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
DUKE PROF RECEIVES NAVY'S DISTINGUISHED PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD 

DISTINGUISHED WOMEN OF N.C. 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

TRIANGLE WOMEN GET NOMINATIONS FOR AWARD 
STATE SALUTES FIVE OF ITS FINEST 

DIVING 

SEE ALSO SCUBA DIVING (ACRONYM) 
IN DULEY'S SPORT, FUTURE IS ALWAYS UP IN THE AIR 

DIVINITY AT DUKE (SERIES) 

SEE DUKE UNIV. DIVINITY SCHOOL 



CHH 1 10/25/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 4/24/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 11/19/1989 F 1 D U 

S 2 2/21/1989 B 1 P N 



S 2 3/23/1989 A 
H 2 4/01/1989 A 



14 N 
4 E 



H 2 6/24/1989 B 1 P N V05 



DIVORCE 

SEE ALSO ALIENATION-OF-AFFECTION 
SEE ALSO CHILD CUSTODY 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

AMERICA'S DIVORCE REVOLUTION H 2 2/12/1989 D 

REC0VERIN6 FROM DIVORCE IS A SLOW PROCESS/TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEALTH S 2 3/22/1989 A 
DIVORCED PEOPLE NEED TO DEVELOP A NEW IDENTITY TO COPE S 2 3/29/1989 C 

A PEACE-MAKER IN THE MIDST OF DIVORCE BATTLES/SUNDAY FOCUS CHILD CUSTODY CHH 1 4/16/1989 A 
JUDGES WANT THE PARENTS TO MAKE DECISION ABOUT CHILDREN/SUNDAY FOCUS CHH 1 4/16/1989 A 
HEARSE A ROLLING BILLBOARD OF OUTRAGE H 2 9/07/1989 C 



E 

U 
U 

N H90 
N H90 
N N36 



DO-IT-YOURSELF PROJECTS 

DO-IT-YOURSELF NAN DISMANTLES CHURCH, BUILDS HOME 

DO THE RIGHT THINB (FILM) 

'DO THE RIGHT THING'S DELIBERATE AMBIVALENCE 

DOCTORS, N.C. 

SEE PHYSICIANS, N.C. 

DODSON'S CROSSROADS 

ANTI-AIRPORT GROUP CIRCULATES PETITION 
RESIDENTS ASK COUNTY TO GO SLOW ON AIRPORT 

DOG ATTACKS 

SEE ALSO VICIOUS ANIMALS 
AUTHORITIES LOOK FOR OWNER OF SEVERAL 'VICIOUS' DOGS 
LEGAL ACTION AGAINST 'VICIOUS' DOGS MAY BE FIRST OF ITS KIND FOR COUNTY 
VICIOUS DOG HEARING IS POSTPONED AGAIN 
JUDGE ORDERS 'VICIOUS' DOGS PUT TO SLEEP 
COUNTY HAS ONLY ONE 'CERTIFIED' VICIOUS DOG 
DOG BITES WOMAN 

POLICE LOG/COCAINE CHARGES LODGED 
CARRBORO WOMAN APPEALS DOG REMOVAL ORDER 

DOG CONTROL (INCLUDES CATS AND OTHER ANIMALS) 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, DOG CONTROL 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL ADVISORY COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO PETS 

AUTHORITIES LOOK FOR OWNER OF SEVERAL 'VICIOUS' DOGS 

LEGAL ACTION AGAINST 'VICIOUS' DOGS MAY BE FIRST OF ITS KIND FOR COUNTY 

JUDGE ORDERS 'VICIOUS' DOGS PUT TO SLEEP 

WALKER HAS 4 REMAINING DOGS VACCINATED 



3 P N 



H 2 2/06/1989 C 

H 2 7/07/1989 D 2 P R S66 



CHH 1 4/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/20/1989 A 


1 
3 


N L90 
N L90 


CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/13/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/18/1989 A 
H 2 10/25/1989 C 
H 2 10/28/1989 C 
H 2 12/01/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/15/1989 A 


1 
2 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
3 


N H90 
N H90 
N 

N R63 
N S69 
N C47 
N S22 
N C62 



CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/13/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/18/1989 A 

H 2 5/12/1989 C 



1 N H90 

2 N H90 

3 N R63 
1 P N T33 



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ANIMALS PAY THE PRICE OF OWNERS' INDULGENCE/GUEST COLUMNIST 
TAX, LICENSE PROPOSED FOR 'DANGEROUS' DOGS _ 
BILL CALLS FOR VOTE ON HIGHER TOBACCO PROMOTION FEE 
COUNTY HAS ONLY ONE 'CERTIFIED' VICIOUS DOG _ u 
ALDERMEN TO VOTE ON LEASH ALTERNATIVE PROPOSAL TUESDAY 
CARRBORO DOGS TO RUN LEASH-FREE IN SECTION OF COMMUNITY PARK 

DOG DAYS (SERIES) 

SEE ALSO DURHAM HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
SEE ALSO LOSING STREAKS 

DOG DAYS 

WILLIAMS FOUND DHS DESTINATION OF HIS TRAIL 

WILLIAMS EXPERIENCES 'FAMILY' PAIN 

FOR BULLDOGS, GLORY DAYS JUST A MEMORY 

BULLDOGS FINALLY LEARN TO CRAUL 

BULLDOGS STEP TOWARD SUCCESS 

10(3 ^GROOMING SALON ON WHEELS KEEPS OWNER-OPERATOR RUNNING 

DOG SHOWS 

A LOOK BACK/DOG DAYS 
PRACTICE RUN 
DURHAM DOG SHOW 
BRUSH WITH FAME 
TOP DOGS 

m T praBLEM DOG, GOOD DOG; THIS CHAPEL HILL TRAINER MAKES HOUSE CALLS 
JO 'DEVIL DOG' HUFFMAN LEARNS THE OBEDIENCE ROPES 

DOGS 

SEE ALSO BLOODHOUNDS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM KENNEL CLUB 
SEE ALSO N.C., STATE DOG 
SEE ALSO PETS 
SEE ALSO PIT BULL TERRIERS 
SEE ALSO PLOTT HOUND 
SEE ALSO POLICE DOGS 
SEE ALSO SEEING-EYE DOGS 

PLAY BALL 1 

OFFICERS RESCUE DOG JUST BEFORE BUILDING DEMOLISHED 

FREE BEST FRIENDS 

DOG CRASHES THROUGH STORM DOOR TO RESCUE OWNER BEING ATTACKED 

DOG GIVES SPECIAL VALENTINE 

IT'S A DOG'S LIFE 

PET GROOMING SALON ON WHEELS KEEPS OWNER-OPERATOR RUNNING 

ANIMAL SHELTER IMPOUNDS 25 DOGS «,«.-— 

24 DOGS IMPOUNDED FROM DURHAM MAN ARE PUT TO SLEEP 

DOG LOVER VACCINATES HIS REMAINING PACK 

WALKER HAS 4 REMAINING DOGS VACCINATED 

STICKING WITH IT 

JUNE COMES IN BLAZING HOT 

»I WATCHED THIS PUPPY GO FROM A HAPPY LITTLE GUY TO SUFFERING' 

SHAGGY DOG STORY NO WAG'S TALE 

'DOG'S LIFE' NOT SO BAD 

DOTTIE GOES HOME; ABUSED DALMATIAN PUP LEAVES SHELTER WITH NEW OWNER 

SHAMPOO AND RINSE FOR MAN'S BEST FRIEND 

PLAYMAKERS SEEKING JUST THE RIGHT BEAGLE 

DOG FINE AFTER POND ACCIDENT 

MAN, CANINE FRIENDS FIND NEW HOME 

HERO DOG RETURNS HOME 

GUARD WITH A GRR 

HOLDING DOWN THE TRUCK 

A DOG AND HIS STICK 

2-DOG NIGHTMARE OVER, VET SEEKS HAPPY ENDING 

FRIDAY THE 13TH DOGGONE LUCKY FOR ORPHANED DUCHESS, BABY 

THE FUZZ BUDDIES 

OUT FOR AN AFTERNOON DRIVE 



N 
P 

CHH 
H 

H 
H 

CHH 
CHH 



S 
E 

-DATE — C -PG 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



BYL 



6/12/1989 

6/13/1989 

6/14/1989 

10/25/1989 

11/11/1989 

11/15/1989 



9/16/1989 A 
9/17/1989 C 
9/18/1989 B 
9/19/1989 B 
9/20/1989 D 
9/21/1989 D 



4 
14 
9 
1 
1 
1 



U 
N 
N 

N S69 
N C62 
N C62 



M88 
M88 
M88 
M88 
M88 



H 2 4/09/1989 A 1 P N P38 



CHH 

S 

H 

S 

S 



CHH 
CHH 



9/07/1989 A 
10/14/1989 B 
10/22/1989 B 
10/23/1989 A 
10/27/1989 C 



7 P P 

1 P P 
7 P P 

2 P P 

3 P P 



T32 
C45 



1 4/03/1989 A 
1 4/03/1989 A 



3 P F H90 
3 P F H90 



S 2 
S 2 

CHH 1 



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



1/05/1989 A 
1/12/1989 A 
1/17/1989 A 
2/16/1989 A 
2/16/1989 A 
3/19/1989 B 
4/06/1989 A 
4/09/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/06/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/30/1989 
6/02/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/15/1989 
7/18/1989 
7/29/1989 
7/31/1989 
8/22/1989 
8/29/1989 
8/29/1989 B 
9/06/1989 A 
9/16/1989 
9/20/1989 
10/07/1989 
10/13/1989 
10/18/1989 
11/12/1989 
11/20/1989 



6 
12 
3 
9 
4 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 
3 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 



T37 
T44 

C45 

P38 
H65 
T33 
H65 
T33 
C45 
H65 
Bll 
S82 

S17 
T44 

H65 

R56 
L38 
L38 
C60 

T44 
T44 



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HOBO HOUND 

A DOG'S CHRISTMAS 

HE GET COLD TOO 

DOGS, DEAD 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS SEEK INFORMATION ON DEATHS OF DOGS 

DOGS, DISEASES 
SEE ALSO VIRUS 

•I HATCHED THIS PUPPY GO FROM A HAPPY LITTLE GUY TO SUFFERING' 
HEARTWORMS - A HIDDEN TRAGEDY 

DOGWOOD ACRES 

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

DOGWOOD FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
MEBANE GETTING READY FOR DOGWOOD FESTIVAL 

DOGWOODS 

DOGWOODS FALL VICTIM TO BLOSSOM BLIGHT 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS FAILED TO PREVENT HER ACHIEVEMENTS 
ELUSIVE OOPSIE DOLL TOPS KIDS' TOY LIST 

DOLPHINS 

KEEPING TRACK OF DOLPHINS 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO BATTERED WOMEN 

SEE ALSO CHANGE (A MEN'S COUNSELING PROGRAM ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE) 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 

SEE ALSO N.C. COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO FWHWREST POLICY 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS, ABUSE 

POLICE LOG/MAN, WOMAN FACE ASSAULT CHARGES AFTER DOMESTIC DISPUTE 

BATTERED-WOMEN ADVOCATES LAUD NATIONAL PLAN 

PHYSICIANS SHOULD LOOK FOR MORE ABUSE CASES 

COMIC VISITS N.C. TO DECRY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

MAN ARRESTED AFTER SIX-BLOCK CHASE 

INCIDENCES OF FAMILY VIOLENCE, HOMICIDES ON THE RISE 

GROUP FIGHTING HOME VIOLENCE MOVING STATE OFFICE TO DURHAM 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN ASSAULTED IN MCDONALD HOUSE 

COURTS SHOULD BE TOUGH ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

VIOLENCE HITS CLOSE TO HOME/SUNDAY FOCUS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE KNOWS NO BOUNDARIES IN ITS SCOPE 

A VICTIM'S TALE 

FO X CALL S VICTIMS' ADVOCATE GOOD IDEA 

BATTERED WOMEN NEED HELP IN COURT SYSTEM 

WORKING AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

DID JUSTICE SYSTEM ABANDON HILLSBOROUGH SHOOTING VICTIM? 

WOMEN, CHILDREN FOCUS OF 4 FORUMS 

BATTERED WOMEN TELL THEIR STORIES IN CHAPEL HILL 

SCHULTZ GETS SERVICE AWARD 

MOTHER HELD IN LOUISBURG SLAYINGS 

POLICE CATCH SUSPECT IN WOMAN'S STABBING 

FOX POLLS D.A.S ACROSS U.S. ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

PENDERGRASS DEFENDS SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 

HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN KILLED IN KNIFE ATTACX 

HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN KILLED IN KNIFE ATTACK 

NEIGHBORS WONDER WHAT THEY COULD HAVE DONE 

NEIGHBORS WONDER WHAT THEY COULD HAVE DONE 

HOME VIOLENCE NOT JUST LEGAL PROBLEM 

FOX TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 



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

H 2 12/20/1989 C 1 P P T37 
CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 1 P P L38 
H 2 12/25/1989 C 12 P P L38 



H 1 1/18/1989 C 10 N T35 



H 2 7/06/1989 C 1 N Bll 
CHH 1 7/30/1989 A 3 P N 



CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 1 P N M70 
CHH 1 3/01/1989 A 1 N M70 



H 1 4/14/1989 C 1 N H60 
H 2 10/01/1989 E 14 P U 



H 2 6/14/1989 C 1 P N Bll 
H 2 12/11/1989 C 1 P N K65 



H 2 7/25/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



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



1/02/1989 

1/08/1989 

1/08/1989 

3/21/1989 

4/04/1989 

4/25/1989 

7/27/1989 

8/29/1989 

9/23/1989 

10/01/1989 

10/01/1989 

10/01/1989 

10/02/1989 

10/03/1989 

10/04/1989 

10/05/1989 

10/10/1989 

10/12/1989 

11/10/1989 

11/17/1989 

12/06/1989 

12/08/1989 

12/08/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/12/1989 

12/13/1989 



N 

N L90 
N L90 
N 
N 

J Oil 
N M06 
N M51 
E 

N M70 
N M70 
N 

N C62 
E 
E 
J 

N S17 
N W57 
N 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N W57 
N D38 
N D38 
N W57 
E 
N H90 



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ham uho attacked wife with hammer gets five years 
smith: arrests too few in domestic violence cases 

SMITH, STEPHENS SQUARE OFF ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

DURHAM POLICE STUDY 'PRO-ARREST' POLICY 

NEW DOMESTIC VIOLENCE REPORT SYSTEM PRAISED 
HOME VIOLENCE SADDENS THE NEW YEAR 

DOMICILIARY HOME COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR CHATHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO REST HOMES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS, HOUSING 
REST HOME ADVISORY GROUP REPORTS TO BOARD 

"""fflMlBu. JUNKIE WHO GOT WINTER LEAGUE FIX IN DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

DOMINO'S PIZZA INC. 
SEE ALSO THE NOID 
POLICE PROBE PIZZA-STORE HEIST, KNIFEPOINT ROBBERY 
QPTR QWDAY SUPER BUSINESS 

SHEFTE CORP. ISRECOGNIZED FOR TORNADO VOLUNTEER WORK/BUSINESS BRIEFING 
SPEEDING PIZZAt A HAZARD TO DRIVERS? 
DOMINO'S MANAGER ROBBED BY 2 MASKED GUNMEN 

DOMINO'S DRIVERS TO BE SURVEYED ON SAFETY ISSUE ^ „. 1A(vr ™ 

POLICE LOG/MOTEL AND RESTAURANT ROBBED; THIRD HOLDUP ATTEMPT THWARTED 

DURHAM CHURCH, RESTAURANT SEND HELP TO HUGO VICTIMS 

PROTEST 

CAMPUS OFFICIALS SEEK TO AVOID PIZZA CONTROVERSY 

DOMINO'S TEAM TENNIS LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO THE RALEIGH EDGE 
SEE ALSO TENNIS 
RALEIGH MAY HAVE AN "EDGE" ON CHARLOTTE IN TEAM TENNIS 

DON GIOVANNI (OPERA) 
SEE ALSO OPERA 
PERRY TWINS TO STAR IN DUKE PRODUCTION OF DON GIOVANNI 
SINGING DOUBLES 
SINGING IS HIGH NOTE OF FLAWED 'DON GIOVANNI' 

DOOBIE BROTHERS (ROCK GROUP) _ _ # 
DOOBIE'S ALBUM SHOWS 'NEW CYCLE OF BAND' 

otl NEw'oCLii DOOBIES' TOUR ROLLS INTO THE DEAN DOME TONIGHT 
DOOBIE BROTHERS PROVIDE HIGH ENERGY, LOW FRILLS 

DOOR-TC-DOOR SALES .. „ 

TAYLOR TAKES AIM AT DOOR-TO-DOOR SALES 

DOUBLE-DIPPING 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO PENSION PLANS 

SEE ALSO RETIREMENT PROGRAMS „ 

POLICE SUSPEND OFFICER IN PROBE OF DOUBLE-DIPPING 

DOUGLAS AIRPORT (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) at ^ ^ mi 

BUSTLING RDU CHALLENGES CHARLOTTE'S AIRPORT GROWTH 

DOW CHEMICAL CO. 

LAWSUITS CALLED BIGGEST THREAT TO AMERICAN BUSINESS 

DOWNING CREEK 

MAJOR PROJECTS INCLUDE MORE THAN 8,500 HOUSING UNITS 

DOWN'S SYNDROME 

SEE ALSO MENTALLY RETARDED 
LIFE GOES ON HITS HOME FOR CHAPEL HILL FAMILY 

DOWNTOWN CARRBORO REVITAUZATION TASK FORCE 



N 
P 

CHH 

H 

S 

S 

CHH 

CHH 



S 
E 
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12/21/1989 C 
12/21/1989 B 
12/22/1989 A 
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N S82 
N B53 
N B53 
P N W57 
E 



CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 3 N M25 



H 2 4/23/1989 B 1 U N36 



S 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

CHH 



1/14/1989 C 
1/22/1989 A 
4/16/1989 D 
6/26/1989 C 
7/21/1989 C 
8/05/1989 B 
9/11/1989 B 
9/27/1989 A 
11/02/1989 C 
12/26/1989 A 



N 

N R63 
N 

N Bll 
N C47 
N 

N M51 
N E33 
' P T37 
N 



H 2 11/10/1989 B 3 P N D85 



2 3/12/1989 B 
2 3/23/1989 D 
2 3/25/1989 A 



11 N 
4 P F B71 

8 R C58 



S 2 8/03/1989 D 3 P F 

H 2 8/18/1989 D 1 P P 

H 2 8/18/1989 D 8 P F H90 

S 2 8/19/1989 A 2 P R G59 



CHH 1 10/08/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 7/19/1989 C 1 N 

H 2 8/16/1989 A 1 N K65 

CHH 1 2/15/1989 A 3 P N S17 

H 2 8/20/1989 C 3 N C60 

CHH 1 9/25/1989 A 1 P G S17 



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SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., DOUNTOUN DEVELOPMENT 
ALDERMAN TO DETERMINE FATE OF DOWNTOWN TAX 



RESTAURATEUR, POTTER COMPETE FOR ALL OF CARRBORO'S LOAN FUND 
DEVELOPMENT GROUP MEMBERS APPOINTED 

DOUNTOUN DURHAM HISTORIC DISTRICT 
SEE DURHAM, N.C., HISTORIC DISTRICT 

DOWNZONING 

SEE ALSO A TAKING (REAL ESTATE) 
SEE ALSO ZONING LAWS 

DOUNZONING BILL WORRIES COUNCIL 

CITY SHOULD BACK OFF , THE CITY COUNCIL SEEKING TO CONTROL PRIVATE LAND 

CHANGING THE RULES) MAJOR PROJECTS ORDINANCE, DOUNZONING ARE BOTH UNFAIR 

HIGH COURT UPHOLDS AREA LAND REZONING 

COUNCIL WINS - FOR NOW 

TAYLOR REPEATS HIS SUPPORT OF DOUNZONING 

REZONING PLAN NEEDS MORE WORK 

REZONING REVISION PROPOSED 

TIE VOTE DELAYS REZONING AGAIN 

TOWN COUNCIL KILLS DOUNZONING PLAN 

VOTE STRIKES BLOW FOR FAIRNESS 

DRAG RACING 

SEE ALSO AUTO RACING 
SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 

DURHAM MECHANIC WINS DRAG RACE 

DRAG RACING IS MAY OF LIFE FOR NEWMAN 

CLUB STILL RACING AFTER 12 YEARS 

DREAM HIGH: THE LIFE OF DR. CHARLES DREW (PLAY) 
'DREAM HIGH' DATES, DETAILS DROWN DRAMA 

DREDGING 

DREDGE COULD ADD 4 MILLION GALLONS TO HILLSBOROUGH'S WATER RESERVES 
BOARD OKS FUNDS FOR WATER PROJECTS 
LAKE DREDGING TO BEGIN MONDAY 

DRESS CODES 

DRESS CODE AT LOCAL BAR SPARKS CONTROVERSY 

DRINKING AGE 

SEE LEGAL DRINKING AGE 

DRINKING WATER 

S