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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 

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H»»* N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL 



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FOR USE ONLY IN 
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I-I4O 
UNFINISHED 1-40 SHORTER THAN HIGHWAY'S HISTORY 
DEVELOPER PLANS 200-ACRE PROJECT NEAR 1-40, OLD 86 
LEARNING TO WALK AGAIN NEXT FOR RAWING VICTIM 

SKTE m OTllN% S ScT f oi-^HEDULE, ENGINEER SAYS 

COUNCIL OKS 1-40 LANDSCAPING 

1-40 WORK TO RESUME . „».«, 

LEGACY OF ICE, SNOW SLOW 1-40 REPAIRS 

FOR ORANGE COUNTY FAST-TRACKERS, 1-40 JUST GOT FASTER 

TRACTOR-TRAILER, CAR COLLIDE 

TRUCK DRIVER INJURED IN HILLSBOROUGH 1-40 WRECK 

CHATHAM BOARD FAVORS U.S. 15-501, 1-40 LINK 

WRECK NEAR HILLSBOROUGH t _„ 

1-40 WORK MAY END BY CHRISTMAS 

1-40 WIDENING AHEAD OF SCHEDULE ^ m 

DRIVERS ON 1-40 MAY FIND FAST LANE SOONER 
REINING IN ON STRIP DEVaOPMENT _„„„„ vims 
DOT PLANNER SAYS SURVEY SUPPORTS CONNECTOR NEED 
POLICE LOG/ARSON SUSPECT ARRESTED IN VIRGINIA 
1-40 WIDENING WORK MONTHS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE 
4-VEHICLE WRECK BLOCKS 1-40 EAST 
1-40 STANDS BETWEEN HILLSBOROUGH, COUNTY 
13-YEAR-OLD BADLY HURT IN 4-CAR WRECK ON 1-40 

1-40 OPENS FIFTH LANE _ 

SPEED LIMIT NOW 65 ALONG 1-40 STRETCH 
1-40 HIGH-OCCUPANCY LANES CONSIDERED 



1-85 



I?G^ T DURH^MC^UOT F ROAD IN 1988, ENGINEERS SAY 

1-65 NAY GO 8 LANESj SEGMENT TO END NEAR HILLSBOROUGH 

TRUCK STOP; SHOW-OF^ORCE SENDS DRUG 'WARNING' TO TRUCKERS 

CROWD DEBATES HILLSBOROUGH INTERSTATE RULES 

PLANNERS REJECT ZONING CHANGE 

1-65 DEFINES ALAMANCE TRAFFIC VOLUME 

BUTNER-CREEDMOOR TRAFFIC MATCHED OXFORD'S IN 1988 

HENDERSON IS AT ONE OF STATE'S HOTTEST CROSSROADS 

1-85 HAS LEAD IN TRAFFIC COUNTS 

BAD INTERSECTIONS ABOUND _.«.„„. 

HILLSBOROUGH OFFICIALS SKEPTICAL OF 1-85 PLANS 

DOT REVISES 1-85 INTERCHANGE PLAN 

wS^^wSntwmwS PUTTING SQUEEZE ON 1-85 TRAFFIC 
ACCIDENT PEELS OPEN ORANGE JUICE TRUCK 
1-65 WEIGH STATION CONTRACT AWARDED 

STATION GETTING A BOOST M 

DMV 1-85 CRACKDOWN FINDS NO DRUNKEN TRUCK DRIVERS 

PATH OF DURHAM 1-85 SKIPS 2 NEIGHBORHOODS 

COOPERATION PAYS OFF FOR DURHAM RESIDENTS 

TIGHTER RULES URGED FOR 1-65 DEVELOPMENT 

ENTRANCE RESTRICTIONS URGED 

TRUCKER DEAD AFTER BIZARRE ACCIDENT 

1-85 WOULD DEGRADE SEVEN MILE WATER 

HIT-AND-RUN RESULT 

RECONSIDER 1-85 BUFFER 

TRUCK CRASH KILLS 1, CLOGS 1-85 

STILL SMOLDERING 

TRUCK DRIVER DIES IN FIERY 1-85 WRECK 

1-85 WRECKS SLOW SOUTHBOUND TRAFFIC 

1-85 WIDENING QUESTIONED _ 

BURNING MAN PULLED FROM FIERY 1-85 CRASH 

1-85 WON'T INCREASE RUNOFF, OFFICIAL SAYS _ „ 

ORANGE CO. OFFICIALS CALL MEETING TO EASE TENSIONS WITH DOT 

DOT SNUBBED THEM, COUNTY OFFICIALS SAY 

NEW INTERCHANGE FOR BUTNER NOW 'ON FAST TRACK' 

ICE LEAVES INTERSTATE 85 POTHOLE PLAGUE 

TWO INJURED IN GRANVILLE 1-85 ACCIDENT ^^ „_,_„„. 

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



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DRUG DEALERS' SHIFT ROUTES 



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IBM 



SEE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP. 

ILS PROPERTIES 

HERALD-SUN GAINS OPTION ON U.S. 15-501 PROPERTY 
HERALD CO, PLANS MOVE TO SITE ON PICKETT ROAD 



2/07/1989 A 
2/08/1989 A 



INC. MAGAZINE 

TRIANGLE RANKED FOURTH IN GROWTH BY MAGAZINE H 2 2/16/1989 C 

THE NEXT REVOLUnON; ENTREPRENEURS CHANGING FACE OF NATION'S BUSINESS... CHH 1 6/01/1989 A 

COGENTRIX HEADS INC.'S GROWTH COMPANY LIST H 2 11/26/1989 D 

INC. MAGAZINE STARTS COUNCIL FOR GROWING BUSINESSES IN N.C. H 2 12/10/1989 D 



IND-EX (HERALD-SUN LIBRARY INDEX) 
PAPER SHOULD PROVIDE IND-EX 

INDA (NON-WOVEN FABRICS INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION) 
SEE ALSO FABRICS 
NONWOVEN FABRICS ASSOCIATION MOVING HEADQUARTERS TO GARY 

INFACT (INFANT FORMULA ACTION COALITION) 
'EVIL GROUPS' PLOT GE BOYCOTT 
•SOVIET FRONT GROUPS' SUPPORT INFACT 

IRF INC. (I RAISE FUNDS) 

COURT RULES THE GAME WAS BINGO 

ISC REALTY CORP. 

ISC REALTY CORP. COMPLETES 50X SALE OF 1,000-ACRE TRACT 

ICE 

BAGS OF ICE TAX-EXEMPT UNDER NORTH CAROLINA LAW 

COOL WORK 

ICICLES 

COASTAL COMMUNITIES IN N.C, BEGIN DIGGING OUT Of SNOW 

ICE CREAM 

LICKING THE HEAT 
ANTICIPATION 



'SQUIRTS' OUT A COUPLE OF WINS 



ICE HOCKEY 

TRIANGLE YOUTH HOCKEY TEAM 

ICE SCULPTURE 

SEE ALSO SCULPTURE 
ICE MAN 

ICE SKATING 

NEW OWNERS HAVE BIG PLANS FOR DANIEL BOONE ICE RINK 
FROSTY FUN 

ICE STORMS 

ICED HOLLY 

ICY HAND 

ICY ROADS PROMPT EARLY SCHOOL CLOSINGS; WRECK KILLS WOMAN 

WINTER WEATHER WREAKING HAVOC 

COLLISIONS ABOUND; TRAFFIC SNARLS 

COLLISIONS ABOUND; TRAFFIC SNARLS 

CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS CLOSE 

ICE ATTACK 

ICY STREETS CAUSE 200 DURHAM WRECKS 

GLASSY ROADS STRAND 800 COUNTY STUDENTS 

ICE STORM FREEZES TRIANGLE ACTIVITIES 

CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS CLOSED TODAY 

BEWARE THE ICE OF MARCH! BEHIND BEAUTY LIES IMMOBILIZATION 

BEWARE THE ICE OF MARCH! BEHIND BEAUTY LIES IMMOBILIZATION 

WINTER STORM ICES DOWN TRIANGLE ROADS 

SLICK STREETS CREATE TEACHER SHORTAGE 



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SQUEEGEE CLEAN 

TRIANGLE AWAITS WARMER TEMPERATURES 

ICY ROADS 

HILLS, STREET BLUES 

HILLS, STREET BLUES 

HILLS, STREET BLUES 

CLEANING UP _ „._ 

THAW STARTS AMID 39-DE6REE HEAT WAVE 

MERCHANTS ON THIN ICE, HOPE DEEP FREEZE ENDS 

LIGHT MIST DRAGS DOWN WIRES 

LIGHT MIST DRAGS DOWN WIRES 

FOREST OF ICE 

THE SKY IS FALLING? 

FIRMS TRY TO PUT DENT IN DURHAM STORM CLAIMS 

MORE THAN BASKETBALL IN THE AIR _ 

LEGACY OF ICE, SNOW SLOW 1-40 REPAIRS 

ICE COATS ROUGEMONT LEAVES TODAY 

WHAT DAY IS THIS? 

ICY THANKSGIVING 

TRIANGLE MAY NOT GET ICE, SNOW ACCUMULATION 

SLEET, SLUSH BLANKET TRIANGLE 

PARADE POSTPONED 

WINTER COMES EARLY 

PIEDMONT BLASTED BY ICE STORM 

SLICK STREETS SLOW DURHAM DOWN 

2 KILLED IN ACCIDENT ON ICY ROAD 

TRIANGLE'S ICE STORM SNOWBALLS 

WINTER WONDERLAND WREAKS WOE __ 

WINTER STORM LEAVES SATURDAY SLIPPERY 

WINTER IcV"STORM PARALYZES TRIANGLE, CAUSES TWO TV TOWERS TO TUMBLE 
AREA DIGS OUT AS WINTER BLAST ABATES 
STORM KILLS 9, TOPPLES TV TOWERS 
ICE-WEARY TRIANGLE GLAD TO SEE SUN SHINE 
ICE-WEARY TRIANGLE GLAD TO SEE SUN SHINE 

CAR SLIDES ON ICE, CRASHES RAILS 

STORES EXTENDING WEEKEND HOURS TO RECOUP LOSSES 

ICE LEAVES INTERSTATE 85 POTHOLE PLAGUE _ 

CARNAGE ON ICE/WHEN THE TOWERS CAME A-TUMBLIN'DOWN 

TRIANGLE GEARS UP FOR ICE, SNOtJ 

AREA SERVICES EXPECT WORST AS STORM LOOMS 

SCHOOL CLOSINGS 

COUNTY SCHOOLS SCHEDULE 3 SNOW DAYS 

ICE STORM COMES LATE, LIGHT 

ICE STORM COMES LATE, LIGHT __ ,. 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS SNARL ICE-GLAZED TRIANGLE 

SCHOOLS CLOSED, DELAYED 

FAMILIAR SCENE 

POWER LINES REMOVED FROM CAR 

SUCK! 

RISKY BUSINESS 

PREPARING FOR THE DELUGE 

UP A TREE 

DRIVERS PLAY IT COOL ON ICE-GLAZED ROADS 

ICY ROADS CAUSE MORE THAN 300 WRECKS IN CITY, COUNTY 

SHADED AREA SURPRISE DRIVERS 

ICY WEATHER DEPLETES PUBLIC WORKS BUDGETS 

IDENTICAL TWINS 
SEE TWINS 

IDENTIFICATION CARDS 

SEE ALSO FALSE IDENTIFICATION 
SEE ALSO PRIVACY 
PUBLIC HOUSING ID CARDS MAY SOON BE RULE 

IKEBANA 

SEE ALSO FLOWERS 
SEE ALSO Jfffiti 
JAPANESE FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS ALWAYS APROPOS 



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ILLEGAL ALIENS 

SEE ALSO MIGRANT WORKERS 
VALENTINE! ALIENS SHOULDN'T FIGURE IN REAPPORTIONMENT 
VALENTINE SAYS COUNTING ALIENS COULD COST N.C. CONGRESSIONAL SEAT 

ILLEGAL DUMPING 
SEE DUMPING 

SEE HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 
SEE PCB (POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS) 

ILLINOIS STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

BENDER LEADING CANDIDATE FOR ILLINOIS ST. COACHING SPOT 
BENDER LEAVING DUKE, TO BE NEW ILLINOIS STATE HEAD COACH 

ILLITERACY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY LITERACY COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM LITERACY COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO MOTHEREAD 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY LITERACY COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO PROJECT LITERACY 

SEE ALSO READING 

SEE ALSO TUTORING PROGRAMS 
GOOD LITERACY BATTLE NEEDS CONGRESS' KELP 
GRANVILLE CHOSEN FOR LITERACY STUDY 
N.C. ADULT LITERACY PROGRAM HELD AS MODEL BY FIRST LADY 
FRIDAY URGES ASSISTANCE FOR STATE'S POOR, ILLITERATE 

ATTACKING ILLITERACY AT ITS SOURCE mmmm 

LITERACY IN THE WORKPLACE FOCUS OF LEGISLATIVE SUMMIT 
CONFERENCE GOOD START ON WORKPLACE LITERACY 
EXPERTS*. MONEY NEEDED IN FIGHT AGAINST ILLITERACY 
CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS GRAPPLE WITH ILLITERACY 
SPREAD WORD ON LITERACY 

VALENTINE BACKS N.C. HIGHWAY PLAN 

ELON COLLEGE GETS $16,480 FOR ADULT LITERACY PROGRAM 
HOW LONG WILL ADULT LITERACY PROGRAMS BE IN VOGUE? 
PRICE INTRODUCES LITERACY LEGISLATION 
AN ALLIANCE AGAINST ILLITERACY 

LET'S HELP ALL LEARN TO READ 

10 NELLO TEER EMPLOYEES COMPLETE 10-WEEK LITERACY COUNCIL PROGRAM 

LITERACY PROGRAMS IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE 

LITERACY COUNCIL HELPS PEOPLE LEARN TO READ 

INSIGHT/A GOOD WAR, ILLITERAC Y SHO ULD RECEIVE EQUAL BILLING... 

DURHAM RELEASE PLAN TEACHES LETTERS OF THE LAW 

DEFENDANT SENTENCED TO LITERACY 

LITERACY PROGRAM BENEFITS MOTHERS, CHILDREN 

COMBATTING ILLITERACY: GENTLE PERSUASION ISN'T WORKING 

ILLUS m5 G R0UNDS OFFERS ACCURATE IF IRREVERENT VIEW OF THE WORLD 

IMAGE SALON SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO HAIRDRESSERS 
HAIRSTYLING ENTERS COMPUTER AGE 

IMAGES OF GOD (PLAY) _ 

COMPOSER SEEKS 'IMAGE OF GOD IN OUR TIME' 

IMAGINE! JOHN LENNON (FILM) 

•IMAGINE' EXAMINES 3 FACES OF LENNON 

IMMACULATA SCHOOL 
HOPPING TO IT 
LEARNING ABOUT THE FIREFIGHTER'S JOB 

IMMEDIATE FAMILY (FILM) _ m 

•IMMEDIATE FAMILY'/CLOSE TO 'BIG CHILL II* 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, HEALTH PROGRAM 



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N G59 
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H 2 12/10/1989 D 3 D U INS 



s 


2 2/28/1989 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 2/17/1989 D 


9 P F W66 


H 


2 3/24/1989 D 


7 P R L59 


S 
H 


2 3/08/1989 C 
2 10/19/1989 C 


1 P P S76 

2 P P L38 


H 


2 11/03/1989 D 


18 P R S92 



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S 
CHH 

cm 
chh 
cm 

CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 



SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNTY SCHOOLS, IMMUNIZATIONS 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., IMMUNIZATION 

gcr ai cn VACCINE 
CROWDING IMPETUS FOR CLINIC (CORRECTION PRINTED 7-15-89) CHH 1 

OUCH! ^^ 

OFFICIALS URGE CHILDHOOD VACCINATIONS S 2 

RUSH ON TO GET SCHOOLCHILDREN IMMUNIZED H 2 

MORE VACCINATIONS EXPECTED IN DURHAM S 2 

IMPAC PLUS CORP. e 

INSOLE SALES UP AND RUNNING _ m S 

EGG TEST GIVES INSOLE A MARKETING LEG UP H 

IMPACT FEES 

SEE ALSO BUILDING DEVELOPERS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., CITY FEES 

SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS 

SEE ALSO USER FEES 

SEWER FUNDS NEEDED TO EASE PROBLEMS; POLITICAL GROUPS... AT ODDS... 

ALDERMEN TAKING A 'COOL' LOOK AT POSSIBLE TAX 

ORANGE WANTS N.C. OK ON TAX BEFORE HEARING 

PUBLIC HFARING EMASCULATED 

[^OFFICIALS LOOK FOR IMPACT TAX CONSENSU COIJNTYMAY PROCEED... 

LOCAL OFFICIALS LOOK FOR IMPACT TAX CONSENSUS; HILLSBOROUGH COUNCIL... 

IMPACT TAXES AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING 

HAKAN CONFIDENT DOWNTOWN TAX WILL FLY 

HILLSBOROUGH COOL TOWARD IMPACT TAX 

IMPACT FEES ARE TAXES 

A TAX BY ANY OTHER NAME 

IMPACT TAX PUTS BURDEN WHERE IT BELONGS 

COUNCIL CONSIDERING STREET, PARKS 'IMPACT FEES' 

HILLSBOROUGH BOARD VOTES DOWN IMPACT TAX 

LEGISLATORS NON-COMMITTAL ON IMPACT TAX 

BALANCING FEES, TAXES A DIFFICULT CHALLENGE 

COUNTY TO INCLUDE HILLSBOROUGH IN IMPACT TAX PLAN 

•FAIRNESS' OF HILLSBOROUGH TAX EXCLUSION QUESTIONED 

IMPACT TAX SHOULD BE ALL OR NOTHING 

IMPACT TAX SPREADS BURDEN FAIRLY _ _ in 

DURHAM COUNTY IMPACT FEES NOT LIKELY TO BE APPROVED 

HILLSBOROUGH DROPPED FROM IMPACT TAX BILL _ nti 

BUILDERS, DEVELOPERS TAKE DIM VIEW OF IMPACT TAX 

OPPONENTS ATTACK IMPACT TAX 

BLUE CROSS SINGS BLUES FOR IMPACT TAX 

VOTE NOT PENDING ON IMPACT TAX 

PROBING THE LIMITS OF GROWTH CONTROL 

IMPACT FEES, ROAD FUNDS TOP DURHAM MEET 

MILLER DOUBTFUL ABOUT IMPACT FEES, GAS TAX 

BUILDER: DEVELOPMENT A SHARED RESPONSIBILITY (CORRECTED 4-8-89) 

COUNCIL'S PROPOSED IMPACT FEES DRAW SUPPORT, CAUTION 

CATES 'SHOCKED' AT CAREY'S PLAN FOR IMPACT TAX 

CORRECTION 

CITY SHOULD BALANCE IMPACT FEES AND TAXES 

BARNES PREDICTS ROUGH ROAD FOR IMPPACT TAX 

LEGISLATOR RAISES EQUITY ISSUE ON IMPACT TAX 

KEEP FEES REASONABLE 

CITY COUNCIL DELAYS IMPOSING 'IMPACT FEES' 

BLUE CROSS CARRIES IMPACT TAX CONCERNS TO ORANGE CO. EDC M 

SCHOOL BOARD TO VOTE ON IMPACT TAX ISSUE CHH 1 

ORANGE CO. TO CONSIDER IMPACT TAX CHANGES CHH 1 

GROUP OPPOSED TO IMPACT FEES SHIFTS COURSE S 2 

BUILDERS' REALISM AID IN FIXING PROPER FEES S 2 

IMPACT TAX ABOUT-FACE IRKS CATES CHH 1 

IMPACT TAX SURVIVAL HANGS ON LOBBYING, SUPPORTER'S TOLD CHH 1 

BARNES FAILS TO SHOW FOR HOUSE IMPACT TAX HEARING CHH 1 

CITY WANTS SOME CHANGES IN IMPACT FEES S 2 

TAX NOT 'IMPACTING' SCHOOL BOARD AGENDA CHH 1 

CATES SUGGESTS TAX COMPROMISE CHH 1 

CARRBORO HOPES WANING FOR IMPACT TAX CHH 1 

HEADLINE ON BARNES ARTICLE MISLEADING CHH 1 



7/13/1989 
7/19/1989 
8/21/1989 
8/24/1989 
12/16/1989 



2 7/24/1989 C 
2 9/06/1989 C 



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

CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1 
2 
1 
1 
1 

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



1/25/1989 

2/14/1989 

2/23/1989 

2/24/1989 

2/25/1989 

2/25/1989 

2/25/1989 

2/28/1989 

3/03/1989 

3/04/1989 

3/06/1989 

3/07/1989 

3/09/1989 

3/10/1989 

3/11/1989 

3/11/1989 

3/12/1989 

3/16/1989 

3/17/1989 

3/21/1989 

3/24/1989 

3/24/1989 

3/29/1989 

3/31/1989 

4/01/1989 

4/01/1989 

4/02/1989 

4/03/1989 

4/04/1989 

4/05/1989 

4/06/1989 

4/06/1989 

4/08/1989 

4/08/1989 

4/10/1989 

4/11/1989 

4/12/1989 

4/13/1989 

4/14/1989 

4/15/1989 

4/18/1989 

4/18/1989 

4/19/1989 

4/20/1989 

4/20/1989 

4/21/1989 

4/21/1989 

4/22/1989 . 

4/22/1989 A 

4/23/1989 A 

4/23/1989 A 



N S17 
P P L38 
N 

N C60 
N H65 



1 P N M06 
1 P N N36 



NH70 
N C62 
N M20 
E 

N M20 
N M20 
E 

N M70 
N R63 
E 
U 
L 

N H70 
N R63 
N M20 
E 

N M20 
N M20 
E 
U 

N L40 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N H20 
N 
E 

N M06 
N 

N H70 
N S69 
N H90 
N 
E 

N M20 
N H20 
E 

N M06 
N M25 
N 

N M20 
N M06 
E 

N M20 
N C62 
N M20 
N M06 
N M25 
N 

N C62 
L 



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HEADLINE, ARTICLE UNFAIR TO BARNES 
BLUE CROSS, OT>CRS CELEBRATE DEMISE OF LOCAL IMPACT TAX 
LEGISLATORS WON'T PUSH IMPACT TAX __ 
COMMISSIONERS PUSH FOR DEVELOPMENT FEES 

H^ T SAYS P IMPACT FEES SHOULD BE UNIFORM, REASONABLE 

'IMPACT FEES' MAY BE TOO HIGH 

OFFICIALS SPLIT ON f€XT MOVE 

THAT ALL THE WORLD SHOULD BE TAXED 

SEPARATE AND UNEQUAL 

TRADE GROUP SUPPORTS GROWTH __ 

PROPOSED IMPACT FEES HIGHER THAN RALEIGH'S 

COUNCIL OKS 'IMPACT FEE' RATES 

IMPACT FEES COULD DIVERT BUILDING TO WAKE COUNTY, COUNCIL WARNED 

IMPACT FEES ARE TOO HIGH 

RAISING CITY TAXES 

BUILDERS MAY ESCAPE 'DOUBLE JEOPARDY' ^^ 

LACK OF IMPACT-FEE BILL COULD MEAN HIGHER TAXES 

DON'T OVERTAX DEVELOPMENT _ _ 

DEVELOPMENT GROUP SEEKS 8 CHANGES IN IMPACT FEES 
•FACILITIES FEES' NEEDED TO MEET COSTS OF GROWTH 

fSBKUb^VHlVlm. REVIEW OF IMPACT-PEE ORDINANCE 

DEVELOPERS SAY FEES MAY BACKFIRE, HURT GROWTH 

COUNCIL ADOPTS IMPACT-FEE LAW FOR DEVELOPMENT im „„„ « 

DURHAM DEVELOPERS SET TO BEGIN PAYING IMPACT FEES NOVEMBER 1 

CITY IMPACT FEES TAKE REASONABLE APPROACH 

IMPERIAL CENTER _ „^ _.__ ___ 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, FREE TRADE ZONES 
WORLD TRADE CENTER TO OPEN IN OCTOBER 
CHELSEA PLACE 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE TRADE CENTER OPEN SOON 

IMPERIAL PROPERTIES _ rmK ^^ 

ZONING PANEL REJECTS REQUEST, DEFERS SECOND 

IMPERSONATIONS 

SEE ALSO FALSE IDENTIFICATION 
SEE ALSO IMPOSTERS 

SEE ALSO POLICE IMPERSONATORS m _ mtmmmK r ^ nll ___ 

ERSATZ ELVIS DRAWS LAUGHS AND SOMETIMES TEARS FROM FANS 

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (PLAY) 

'EARNEST' STILL SHARP i. FUNNY AT MELODRAMA 

IMPOSTERS 

SEE ALSO FALSE IDENTIFICATION 

SEE ALSO POLICE IMPERSONATORS ^ 

DUKE'S STUDENT BARON A PEERLESS IMPOSTOR „ m „».„». ™r 

TALL-TALE ADVENTURES GAVE 'BARON' LIFE FRAT BROTHERS NEVER DREAMED OF 

DUKE UNIVERSITY REOPENS CASE OF BARON PRETENDER 

NEIGHBORS SAY 'BARON' HAD FLAIR 

NEIGHBORS SAY 'BARON* HAD FLAIR „^.„ 

IMITATION ROTHSCHILD NO LONGER HOLDING COURT ON DUKE CAMPUS 

ROYALLY DUPED STUDENTS GET DUKE OFFICIAL'S SYMPATHY 

FALSE BARON'S REAL IDENTITY STILL A MYSTERY AT UNIVERSITY 

LINEAGE OF DUKE'S 'BARON' TRACED BACK TO EL PASO 

DUKE'S MAKE-BELIEVE BARON 

A BARON ONLY IN HIS OWN MIND 

IMPR °TR^™TIONS ; CARRBORO IMPROVISATIONAL GROUP TRIES IT BY THE SCRIPT 

IN COUNTRY (FILM) 

DOUBLE SHAME OF WAR 

IN-HOME AIDES 

SEE ALSO HOME HEALTH CARE 
SEE ALSO NURSES AIDES 



-DATE- 



CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


CHH 


1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 



4/23/1989 

4/26/1989 

4/28/1989 

5/02/1989 

5/03/1989 

5/03/1989 

5/05/1989 

5/07/1989 

5/08/1989 

5/12/1989 

5/24/1989 

5/26/1989 

6/06/1989 

6/07/1989 

6/08/1989 

6/13/1989 

7/13/1989 

8/14/1989 

8/20/1989 . 

8/31/1989 B 

8/31/1989 A 

8/31/1989 A 

9/01/1989 C 

9/01/1989 C 

9/06/1989 C 

9/06/1989 A 

9/11/1989 A 



A 
A 
A 
C 
A 
D 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
C 
A 
C 
A 
A 
A 
A 
D 



-PG 

4 
1 
3 

1 

4 
13 

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



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L 

N M20 
P N M20 

N A54 

E 

N A54 

N C61 
P N M20 

U 

E 
P N M06 

N C61 
C N C61 

N R63 

E 

E 

N C61 

N C61 

E 

N R63 

L 

N C61 

N R63 

N C61 

N R63 

N C61 

E 



H 2 8/12/1989 C 1 P N K65 
H 2 10/29/1989 F 1 P P T37 
H 2 11/03/1989 B 6 N K65 



H 2 3/15/1989 C 1 N A54 

H 2 7/16/1989 B 1 U N36 
H 2 3/10/1989 D 5 P R W66 



H 


2 


9/07/1989 A 1 P N S69 


H 


2 


9/07/1989 A J 


! N S22 


H 


2 


9/08/1989 A 1 


N S69 


H 


2 


9/08/1989 B 1 


N S22 


H 


2 


9/08/1989 B : 


N S69 


H 


2 


9/09/1989 A 1 


N S69 


H 


2 


9/09/1989 A 1 


N S69 


H 


2 


9/12/1989 C 1 


. N S22 


H 


2 


9/15/1989 A 1 


, P N S69 


H 


2 


9/16/1989 A ' 


1 U 


H 


2 


9/19/1989 A ' 


1 E 



CHH 1 5/27/1989 A 3 P N C62 
H 2 10/06/1989 D 15 P R S66 



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CLIENTS LAUD EFFORTS OF HOME HEALTH AIDES 

CHATHAM JOINS IN CELEBRATIONS 'GODSEND' ATra _ p 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT IN PERSON SEEKING HOME-HEALTH AIDES 

IN THEIR BEST INTERESTS 
SEE ALSO CHILD CUSTODY 
GROUPS FIGHTING FOR CHILD CUSTODY CHANGES 
CHANGE WAY CUSTODY DISPUTES ARE HANDLED 

IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 
SEE FERTILITY 

SEE N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, 
SEE TEST TUBE BABY 



IN VITRO FERTILIZATION PROGRAM 



INAUGURAL 
SEE N.C. 



INAUGURAL 



INCINERATORS 

SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTION _ ma/w 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, HAZARDOUS WASTE 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. _ 

MEDICAL WASTE FIRM CONSIDERS CHATHAM SITE 

QUESTIONS REMAIN FOR PITTSBORO INCINERATOR u „ „, «, 

PITTSBORO INCINERATOR SITE UNLIKELY - BOARD CHAIRMAN (AMENDED 5-18-89) 

CORRECTION 

MECKLENBURG COULD MODEL FOR CHATHAM MEDICAL INCINERATOR 

PITTSBORO WON'T COURT MEDICAL WASTE COMPANY 

PITTSBORO WASTE BURNER NOT PLANNED - BIO-MED M5R. 

7 PRIVATE INCINERATORS BURN NUCLEAR WASTE 

♦30 MILLION TOXIC WASTE INCINERATOR URGED FOR N.C. 

GRANVILLE BOARD HEARS PRESENTATION ON INCINERATOR 

MARTIN PROPOSES MORE HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL 

GRANVILLE OFFICIALS TO TOUR INCINERATOR IN GALAX, VA. 

GRANVILLE INCINERATOR HEARING DRAWS QUESTIONING CROWD 

TOUR OF INCINERATOR SET FOR THURSDAY BEING POSTPONED 

GLAXO SEEKS N-WASTE INCINERATOR 

GRANVILLE BOARD WILL DISCUSS INCINERATOR PROPOSALS MONDAY 

INCINERATOR PLANS IN GRANVILLE DESCRIBED 

AREA LEGISLATORS HAVE QUESTIONS ON PACT 

TRASH WON'T LEAVE IN PUFF OF SMOKE 

GRANVILLE BOARD DENIES PERMITS FOR INCINERATORS 

REGIONAL WASTE PACT APPROVED 

HAZARDOUS WASTE PACT PUTS TAXPAYERS AT RISK 

COMMISSIONER FEARS COUNTY MAY BE SITE FOR INCINERATOR 

DISPATCHING THE WASTE PROBLEM 

INCOME, FAMILY 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE _ 

TRIANGLE FAMILY INCOME AVERAGES TOPS IN STATE 

INCOME, PER CAPITA, N.C. _ _ 

INCOMES IN CAROLINAS STILL BELOW NATIONAL AVERAGE 

INCOME TAX EVASION 

SEE ALSO DELINQUENT TAXES 
SEE ALSO TAX AMNESTY 

TAX AMNESTY PROGRAM GOOD IDEA FOR N.C. 

MARTIN SUPPORTS CRACKING DOWN ON TAX EVADERS 

TAX-CRACKDOWN PROPOSAL GAINING LEGISLATIVE GROUND 

PANEL APPROVES BILL EXTENDING TIME TO PAY BACK TAXES 

TAX AMNESTY PROGRAM DESERVES TOP PRIORITY 

NEVER HAVING TO SAY YOU'RE SORRY 

FALSE TAX RETURN RESULTS IN SENTENCE 

N.C. OFFICIALS STILL CONFIDENT ON TAX AMNESTY PROGRAM 

TAX CHEATERS HAVE LITTLE TIME LEFT TO PAY 

TAX-CHEATER SOLUTION MUST BE FAIR TO OTHERS 

LLOYD APPARENTLY SERVED ILLEGAL TERM IN EARLY '70»S 

CATES SAYS HE KNEW LLOYD WAS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR OFFICE 



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CHH 1 6/10/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/10/1989 A 
H 1 7/12/1989 C 



CHH 1 4/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/26/1989 A 



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



A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
C 
C 



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



5/03/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/21/1989 
5/24/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/25/1989 
8/26/1989 
10/20/1989 
10/27/1989 
11/02/1989 B 
11/07/1989 A 
11/14/1989 B 
11/17/1989 A 
11/18/1989 C 
11/21/1989 B 
12/01/1989 C 
12/02/1989 
12/05/1989 
12/08/1989 
12/09/1989 
12/12/1989 
12/15/1989 



H 2 6/08/1989 C 
H 2 8/25/1989 A 



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



2/21/1989 A 

3/13/1989 B 

3/27/1989 B 

5/03/1989 B 

6/21/1989 A 

8/11/1989 A 

10/31/1989 A 

11/21/1989 B 

11/28/1989 A 

12/07/1989 A 

12/21/1989 A 

12/21/1989 A 



3 P N L90 
3 N L90 
1 N H60 



1 P N H90 
4 L 



N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 

M N K65 
N 

N T33 
N L40 
N T33 
N T33 
N T33 
N K65 
N T33 
N T33 
N L40 
E 

N T33 
N L40 
E 

P N M25 
E 



1 C N K65 
12 N 



E 

N 

N 

N 

E 

E 

N 

N L40 

E 

E 

N U57 

N U57 



INCOME TAX EXEMPTIONS 



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SEE TAX EXEMPTIONS 

INCOME TAX FORMS 

NEW YEAR BRINGS TAX FORMS „„ 

TAXPAYER SHOULD DO HIS HOHEUORK WHEN HIRING PROFESSIONAL PREPARER 

HERE'S HELP FOR TAXING PROBLEM 

DON'T TAX YOURSELF TOO MUCH— FILE 1040 FORMS SOON 
SIMPLER TAX FORMS CAN SAVE TIME AND MONEY 

NDBBraEHRSSfaWpTWftTBJS TO START PLANNING FOR YEAR-1990 

INCOME TAX REFUNDS 

AN UNUSUAL TAXPAYER BREAK 

THORNBURG*. IT'S UNFAIR BUT FEDERAL RETIREES CANNOT GET REFUNDS 

N.C. RIGHT TO PROTECT RAPID-REFUND TAXPAYERS 

INCOME TAXES __ 

SEE ALSO CAPITAL GAINS TAXES 
SEE ALSO TAX INCREASES 
SEE ALSO TAXES, U.S. 
BEWARE A SNEAKY CONGRESS 

TAXPAYER S«OuE T IM ) HIS I HOMEWORK WHEN HIRING PROFESSIONAL PREPARER 

SURVEY TAXES PROFESSIONALS 

DON'T COUNT ON IRS' ADVICE 

IRS OFFERS LAST-MINUTE ADVICE TO HELP FILERS PAY THE PRICE 

PROTESTERS APPEAL TO TAXPAYERS 

NIGHT OF THE LOOMING TAXES 

N^IS^IMETOR ALL SMAJttTAXPAYERS TO START PLANNING FOR YEAR-1990 

INCOME TAXES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C, REVENUES 
SEE ALSO PAYROLL TAX 
SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

COUNTY INCOME TAXES? M ^ 

OFFICIALS READY TO KELP DURHAM TAX FILERS 

TAX CHANGE PROPOSAL GETS WARM RECEPTION 

STATE MAY OVERHAUL TAX STRUCTURE _ _ _ ^^ 

THGRNBURG: IT'S UNFAIR BUT FEDERAL RETIREES CflNNOTGET REFUNDS 

LETTING FEDERAL RETIREES OFF TAX HOOK COULD COST STATE 4100 MILLION... 

PANEL APPROVES BILL EXTENDING TIME TO PAY BACK TAXES 

SOUTH CAROLINA ECONOMIST URGES FAIR TAXATION POLICIES 

PROPOSAL DRAWS CRITICISM OVER TAX BREAK FOR RICH 

TAX LAW CHANGE WOULD HURT AVERAGE TAXPAYERS 

BILL TO BAN PET FERRETS FAILS TO WIN COMMITTEE'S APPROVAL 

HOUSE PLAN REVISES STATE INCOME TAX „™. M 

PLAN TO REVISE TAX STRUCTURE UINS SUBCOMMITTEE APPROVAL 

COMPETING TAX BILLS VIE FOR STATE SUPPORT 

HOUSE DELAYS ACTION ON TAX AMNESTY BILL 

OVERHAUL OF TAX LAWS LONG OVERDUE IN N.C. 

SIMPLER TAX FORMS CAN SAVE TIME AND MONEY 

BOTH HOUSES MOVING BILLS ON TAX ISSUES „„.__,. 

SENATE MOVES BILL SIMPLIFYING TAXES AND TAKING 700,000 OFF ROLLS 

S&g^TWEU APPWWlKlIjL TO TAX PUBLIC, PRIVATE PENSIONS... 

BRACKET CREEP HITS MOST N.C. TAXPAYERS 

N.C. INCOME TAX NEEDS REFORM 

AUG. 15 DEADLINE FOR LATE FEDERAL TAX RETURNS 

HOUSE SENDS TAX MEASURE TO SENATE _ 

BILL ON STATE INCOME TAX GETS SENATE CONCURRENCE 

SENATE OKS CHANGES IN TAX SIMPLIFICATION BILL 

LAWMAKERS DEFEND NEW TAX LAW 

NEW STATE TAX LAW MOVES TO FAIRER SHARE 

NEVER HAVING TO SAY YOU'RE SORRY 

COSTS START HITTING HOME BEFORE LAWMAKERS ADJOURN 

LEGISLATURE'S 1989 ACTION FILTERING DOWN TO TOUCH' LIVES IN MANY WAYS 

N.C. TAX AMNESTY PROGRAM ALREADY BRINGS $203,000 

TAR HEEL WORKERS TO SEE TAX BREAK THIS MONTH rmMi ^ 

N.C. OFFICIALS STILL CONFIDENT ON TAX AMNESTY PROGRAM 



S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

CKH 

H 



1/02/1989 A 
1/08/1989 D 
3/05/1989 D 
3/30/1989 B 
6/17/1989 A 
11/18/1989 A 
12/31/1989 D 



2 3/27/1989 A 
2 4/12/1989 B 
2 12/08/1989 A 



1/06/1989 
1/06/1989 
1/08/1989 
2/21/1989 
2/22/1989 
4/09/1989 
4/18/1989 
4/18/1989 
4/22/1989 
12/31/1989 



CHH 


1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CH- 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


CHV 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/09/1989 A 
1/24/1989 C 
2/03/1989 B 
2/13/1989 A 
4/12/1989 B 
4/17/1989 C 
5/03/1989 B 
5/21/1989 A 
5/24/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/04/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/17/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/22/1989 
7/07/1989 
7/10/1989 
7/11/1989 
7/27/1989 B 
8/02/1989 D 
8/03/1989 B 
8/04/1989 A 
8/07/1989 B 
8/09/1989 A 
8/11/1989 A 
8/13/1989 B 
8/21/1989 B 
9/01/1989 C 
11/10/1989 A 
11/21/1989 B 





A 
C 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
D 

A 
A 
A 



E 

N C47 
E 

F Zll 
E 

P L38 
N R63 



E 
E 

N C47 
E 
E 
N 

N M51 
P T32 
E 
N R63 



4 I 

1 

3 

5 

5 

1 
14 

3 

4 

4 

5 

1 

9 

1 
12 

4 

4 
16 

5 

5 
12 
11 

4 

8 

4 

3 
11 

1 

4 

4 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



Oil 



U 
N 
N 
J 
N 
N 
N 

N L90 
N 
E 
N 

N L40 
N 

N L40 
N 
E 
E 
N 
N 
J 
N 
N 
E 

N Bll 
N 
N 
N 
N 
E 
E 

N L40 
N 
' N L40 
N 
N L40 



Oil 



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SUBJECTS 



PACE 613 
2/15/90 



TAKE ADVANTAGE OF TAX AMNESTY 

THE INCREDIBLE CASUALS (BAND) 

THE INCREDIBLE CASUALS 

INCREDIBLE CASUALS/ROCK TILL YOU DROP 

THE INCREDIBLE SCOUNDREL SCAPINO (PLAY) 

LITTLE BIG THEATER DELIVERS WITH 'SCAPINO' 

INCURABLE PATIENTS 

SEE TERMINAL ILLNESSES 

INDECENT EXPOSURE 
SEE ALSO NUDITY 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL OFFENSE LAWS __ 

POLICE LOG/STUDENTS HELP CATCH MAN AFTER INCIDENT 

MAN EXPOSES HIMSELF TO WOMAN IN PARKING GARAGE 

POLICE LOG/FLASHER SEEN ON PITTSBORO ST. , mrm 

CRYING OUT FOR SECURITY; DUKE RAPES, UNC 'FLASHING' INCIDENTS... 

POLICE LOG/POLICE INVESTIGATE FLASHING INCIDENT 

POLICE LOG/POLICE INVESTIGATE FLASHING INCIDENTS 

POLICE LOG/MAN EXPOSES HIMSELF IN MALL PARKING LOT 

POLICE LOG/MAN EXPOSES HIMSELF TO FEMALE JOGGER 

POLICE LOG/OFFICER NABS MAN EXPOSING HIMSELF 

BROTHERS CHARGED IN HOUSE SHOOTING _ „ 

INDECENT EXPOSURE SUSPECT HELD AFTER INCIDENTS IN HOPE VALLEY 

POLICE LOG/FLASHING INCIDENTS INVESTIGATED 

THIEF TAKES CAR, BUT DOESN'T TAKE IT FAR 

POLICE LOG/INDECENT EXPOSURE CHARGED THURSDAY 

POLICE LOG/INDECENT EXPOSURE CHARGED 

POLICE LOG/ARSON SUSPECT ARRESTED IN VIRGINIA 

INDECENT LIBERTIES 
SEE CHILD MOLESTATION 

THE INDEPENDENT (NEWSPAPER) 

SEE NORTH CAROLINA INDEPENDENT (NEWSPAPER) 

INDEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENTS ASSOCIATION OF DURHAM 
GRIT, GUTS KEEP NCCU STUDENT IN COLLEGE 
SCHOLARSHIP WINNER 

INDIA 

INSIGHT/'CAT GOT HIM'i AND THE BENGALS ARE STILL PROWLING IN INDIA 

INDIA, ELECTIONS 

INDIA'S RULING PARTY REJECTED 

INDIAN FOOD 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
THE BEST OF INDIA 

INDIAN SUMMER 

SEE ALSO SEASONS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF MONTHS) 
INDIAN SUMMER SUNDAY IN NOV. SETS SCENE FOR FUN ACTIVITIES 

INDIANA JONES (FILM TRILOGY) 

GOING FOR THE GRAIL; INDIANA JONES RETURNS WITH DAD 

INDIANA JONES' LATEST ESCAPADE WILL BRING OUT THE KID IN YOU 

INDIANS, DURHAM COUNTY „ 

DURHAM SITE MAY YIELD SOUGHT-AFTER INDIAN VILLAGE 
UNC RESEARCHERS DELAY VISIT TO SITE 
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE 'PRETTY MUCH TRASHED' 

INDIANS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHEROKEE INDIANS 
SEE ALSO LUMBEE INDIANS 
SEE ALSO OCCANEECHI INDIANS 



S 
E 

-DATE — C -PG 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



BYL 



H 2 11/29/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 4/14/1989 D 12 P P 
H 2 11/10/1989 D 5 P F 



H 2 4/04/1989 B 1 R W66 



CHH 1 



S 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 



2/03/1989 
2/17/1989 
2/18/1989 
2/27/1989 
3/03/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/29/1989 
3/30/1989 
6/03/1989 
6/08/1989 
7/08/1989 
7/08/1989 
7/10/1989 
8/12/1989 
8/25/1989 
9/08/1989 



3 
1 
8 
5 
7 
2 
5 
2 
5 
4 
4 
7 
10 
3 
6 
6 



N 

N 

N 

F 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M51 

N 

N 

N 



S 2 8/01/1989 C 1 P N H65 
S 2 8/05/1989 A 10 P P S76 



H 2 10/08/1989 D 2 U H49 

H 2 11/30/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 10/06/1989 D 7 P R D77 

S 2 11/14/1989 D 4 P N A76 



S 2 6/01/1989 D 7 P R B71 
H 2 7/14/1989 D 3 P R S66 



H 2 12/03/1989 A 1 D N S69 
H 2 12/05/1989 C 8 N 
H 2 12/06/1989 C 1 N S69 






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1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



S U B J E 



SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CAROLINA INDIAN CIRCLE 
SANFORD, ROSE TO INTRODUCE INDIAN BILLS 
LETTER CITES LACK OF INDIAN FACULTY AT UNC 
CHEROKEES CALL OFF 'PEACE CONFERENCE' SET UP BY LUHBEES 
RECRUITMENT URGED TO BOOST INDIAN ENROLLMENT _™™„ 

ANArtR^AN PARTY; A CULTURAL FESTIVAL. . -CELEBRATES NATIVE AMERICANS 
BILL TO HALT RAIDS ON INDIAN BURIAL GROUNDS CLEARS HURDLE 

FESTIVITIES TO INCLUDE LOST INDIAN SITE TOUR ^^ 

SOUTH'S WILDS WERE BOUNTIFUL FOR INDIANS UHO REVERED THEM 

INDIANS, N.C, RELICS 
SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 

SKELETONS, ARTIFACTS BELIEVED STOLEN FROM INDIAN GRAVES 

•I'M JUST NUMB,' SAYS MAN AFTER HIS HOME RAIDED FOR INDIAN RELICS 

SITE OF INDIAN VILLAGE ON ENO TO GET MORE STUDY 

BILL TO HALT RAIDS ON INDIAN BURIAL GROUNDS CLEARS HURDLE 

FESTIVITIES TO INCLUDE LOST INDIAN SITE TOUR 

STORY 'JUST BEGINNING TO BE TOLD '/DISCOVERY REVEALS EARLY ENO RIVER... 



INDIANS, U.S. 

INDIAN RESERVATION 



A TRADITIONAL SANCTUARY 



UVS. DEBATE ADOUT INDIAN SKELETAL REMAINS IS ISSUE OF GROWING CONCERN... CHH 1 
DON'T FORGET INDIANS IN MAKING OF AMERICA 
INSIGHT/PULLED 'TWIXT DUAL PATHS, INDIANS FALTER 

IWI 1!!s. U rJEBATE E AB0UT INDIAN SKELETAL REMAINS IS ISSUE OF GROWING CONCERN... CHH 1 



C T S 


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N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 2 2/20/1989 C 
CHH 1 3/03/1989 A 
H 2 3/09/1989 B 
CHH 1 3/10/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/02/1989 A 
H 2 5/03/1989 D 
CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 
H 2 11/19/1989 E 


3 N 
3 N 
7 N 
3 N 
3 P N L90 
9 N 
3 N 
11 D U 


H 2 1/08/1989 C 
H 2 1/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/05/1989 A 
H 2 5/03/1989 D 
CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/23/1989 A 


3 N 
9 N 
3 P N H90 
9 N 
3 N 
3 P N H90 


H 2 1/08/1989 C 
CHH 1 9/24/1989 A 
S 2 11/23/1989 A 
H 2 12/10/1989 D 


I 

3 N 

4 E 
1 P N 



9/24/1989 A 3 N 



^^FORMER INDONESIAN AMBASSADOR TO GIVE SPEECH AT DUKE 
GRAB BAG OF DANCE PLEASURES OPENS 

INDOOR AIR POLLUTION 
SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTION 
SEE ALSO SICK BUILDING SYNDROME 
EPA ANNUAL CONFERENCE INCLUDES NICOTINE STUDY 
SICK BUILDINGS: SYNDROME HAS VARIETY OF CAUSES... 

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARKS 

DURHAM PLANT TO BE EXPANDEDi FREUDENBERG CONFIRMS PLANS 
BROKERS SEE SLIM PICKINGS FOR *250 MILLION INVESTMENT OFFER 

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, LAND-USE PLAN 
SEE ALSO HEADQUARTERS PARK 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARKS 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 

BRITISH COMPANY STUDIES RTF SITE 

COUNTY BUSINESS POLICY HAS BEEN EFFECTIVE TOOL 

STEEL FIRM TO OPEN 1ST U.S. CENTER IN RTP 

DURHAM TO GET TEXTILE, BIOTECH PLANTS 

MCMAHAN ELECTRO-OPTICS ANNOUNCES MOVE TO RTP 

N.Y. FIRM MAY MOVE TO RTP 

GE MAY OPEN RTP JET-ENGINE PLANT 

TEXACO, EXXON LEASING LAND IN DURHAM, WAKE FOR OIL DRILLING 

FREUDENBERG BREAKS GROUND FOR AREA PLANT 

FIRMS WANT PAYBACKS UNDER INDUSTRIAL POLICY 

OHIO BUSINESS TO MOVE TO RTP 

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C 

SEE ALSO GROWTH MANAGEMENT FIANNING _^ 
SEE ALSO HENDERSON, N.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO N.C. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARKS 
SEE ALSO ROXBORO, N.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
NEW MEXICO PAYS A VISIT 



H 2 3/19/1989 B 3 H 
H 2 7/20/1989 C 2 R L59 



2 4/08/1989 B 5 N K65 
2 5/14/1989 F 1 D N K65 



2 5/18/1989 C 
2 11/15/1989 C 



N H65 
N K65 



s 


2 1/17/1989 A 


1 N H65 


s 


2 3/02/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 3/13/1989 A 


1 N 


s 


2 3/31/1989 A 


1 N S92 


H 


2 4/19/1989 D 


5 N K65 


H 


2 6/27/1989 A 


1 N K65 


3 


2 7/25/1989 A 


1 M N M06 


H 


2 9/13/1989 A 


1 N S22 


H 


2 9/15/1989 B 


4 P N C60 


S 


2 10/20/1989 C 


1 N H65 


H 


2 10/26/1989 B 


6 N K65 



H 2 1/16/1989 A 4 E 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



N 

P 

ffiS^^ ®?$£j%£W^ilP&]%S* GOLF | 

SU%%8?PIS &SSSfSSg% BUILD no MILLION WAREHOUSE B 
JAPANESE WOOD COMPANY TO BUILD PLANT IN SILER CITY CHH 

VENTURE CAPITAL GAME! BANE OR BOON FOR NORTH CAROLINA? H 

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

INDUSTRIAL ESPIONAGE 
SEE SPIES 

INDUSTRIAL HOMEWORK 
SEE COTTAGE INDUSTRIES 

INDUSTRIAL PARKS, N.C. _ 
SEE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARKS 

INFANCY (PLAY) u 

'INFANCY* IS A-FINE *' 

NEW ON THE BOARDS/CARRBORO PLAYERS' 'INFANCY' H 

INFANT MORTALITY 

SEE ALSO BABIES AT RISK (SERIES) 
SEE ALSO CRIB DEATHS 

^OWERING^nIcMNFANT MORTALITY RATE TARGET OF INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE PLAN 

SENATE APPROVES BILL ON DISPOSAL OF FETUS REMAINS wwti 

EXPANDED MEDICAL COVERAGE CALLED FOR TO REDUCE N.C. INFANT MORTALITY... 
HEALTH OFFICIALS BATTLING HIGH INFANT MORTALin 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 -M-1JM , AT „_, 

MANY LOCAL EMPLOYERS NOT ON PRENATAL-CARE BANDWAGON/BABIES AT RISK 

BURLINGTON PUSHES EARLY PRENATAL CARE/BABIES AT RISK 

DURHAM AMONG 6 COUNTIES RECEIVING FEDERAL FUNDS TO FIGHT INFANT... 

PRICE CO-SPONSORS INFANT HEALTH BILL 

WIC PROGRAM EASY TO SUPPORT . 

N.C. INFANT MORTALITY RATE UP TWO YEARS IN ROW 

FULL-TERM BIRTHS GOOD BUSINESS 

MARTIN CALLS MORTALITY RATE 'HEARTBREAKING' __ 
KNOW-THE-ENEMY DRIVES MOM WHO LOST NEWBORN TO INFECTION 
CLEARING THE RECORD „ 

GOV. MARTIN NAMES COMMISSION ON REDUCING INFANT MORTALITY 
FOR INFANTS IN DURHAM COUNTY NUMBERS DON'T SPELL SURVIVAL 
INFANT MORTALITY PROBLEM SEVERE 
HIGH INFANT DEATH RATE BRINGS SHAME TO N.C. 
TASK FORCE TO CONSIDER INFANT ISSUE _ 
GROUP SEEKING WAYS TO REDUCE INFANT MORTALITY 

INFANTICIDE 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, MURDER 
SEE ALSO MURDER, N.C. 

MOTHER CHARGED WITH MURDER 

MOTHER HELD IN LOUISBURG SLAYINGS 

INFANTS 

SEE ALSO BABY FOOD 
SEE ALSO DIAPERS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, WELCOME BABY PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO HEALTHY GENERATIONS 
SEE ALSO LA LECHE LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO PREMATURE INFANTS 
SEE ALSO TEST TUBE BABY 
SEE ALSO TWINS 
WATERBEDS HAZARDOUS FOR INFANTS 



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C -PG L P BYL 



3/04/1989 B 
3/06/1989 C 
4/16/1989 A 
4/21/1989 A 
7/05/1989 A 
10/29/1989 D 



2 11/16/1989 A 
2 11/17/1989 D 



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



2/02/1989 C 
2/28/1989 C 
3/02/1989 B 
5/15/1989 A 
5/16/1989 A 
5/17/1989 A 
5/18/1989 A 
5/19/1989 A 
5/20/1989 A 
6/18/1989 B 
6/25/1989 A 
7/23/1989 D 
9/14/1989 C 
10/15/1989 D 
11/03/1989 A 
12/03/1989 B 
12/14/1989 A 
12/15/1989 
12/15/1989 
12/15/1989 
12/15/1989 
12/22/1989 
12/27/1989 



2 11/16/1989 A 
2 11/17/1989 A 



N 
N 

Q K65 
N 

N M25 
U L40 



8 R M31 
6 P F W63 



N C60 
N 



Q S17 
Q S17 
Q C62 
Q C62 
Q S17 
Q S17 
N C60 
N 
E 
N 
E 

N H90 
N C60 
N 

N L40 
N C60 
E 
E 
N 
N S69 



M N B53 
N 



H 2 6/22/1989 D 10 N D80 



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12/31/1989 



Y SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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C -PG L P BYL 



TINY BABIES RESPOND TO PAIN, STUDY SUGGESTS 

NEWBORN CARE THREATENED — STUDY _ rjirjiAU 

"hISS JANUARY" AN ADORABLE CALENDAR BABE <AGE 3) FROM DURHAM 

INFANTS, DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
LT. GOVERNOR WANTS STUDY OF 'CHILDREN OF COCAINE' 
GARDNER BACKS REPORTING DRUG-USING MOMS-TO-BE 

INFECTIONS 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
KNOU-THE-ENEMY DRIVES MOM WHO LOST NEWBORN TO INFECTION 

INFERTILITY 

SEE ALSO FERTILITY 

SEE ALSO RESOLVE, INC. (INFERTILITY GROUP) __ „ „„-„„, TTV * 

MUTUAL SUPPORT! SEEKING MEDICAL ADVICE CAN LESSEN STRESS OF INFERTILITY S 

INFERTILITY? STILL A MATTER OF MISCONCEPTIONS CHH 

FOR MANY COUPLES, INFERTILITY BRINGS ANGER, PAIN H 

INFINITY ROAD WATER TREATMENT PLANT 

SEE ALSO WATER TREATMENT PLANTS, DURHAM 
FUEL SPILLS AT WATER PLANT; CLEANUP HITS $50,000 

INFLATION, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C. 

SE SWTH°AM£RICAN°ExlcUTIVES OFFER INFLATION-SURVIVAL TIPS 

INFLUENZA 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
SEE ALSO EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS 

DURHAM SCHOOLS DODGE FLU; DUKE, UNC HIT 

INFLUENZA OUTBREAKS CONTINUE IN STATE 

STUDENTS ALSO BATTLE A SEASONAL MALADY 

FLU OUTBREAKS ARE EXPECTED TO CONTINUE 

FLU ON RISE AT UNC, NCCU _ „ a __ IU u . 

FLU HAS ROLE IN OVER 1,000 DEATHS PER YEAR IN N.C. 

FLU SEASON COMING: TIME TO GET THOSE SHOTS 

INFLUENZA BUG READY TO BITE 

START NOW TO FIGHT AN INVASION OF SHANGHAI FLU 

INFL ^LY S FALL THE BEST TIME FOR FLU VACCINATIONS 



CHH 1 7/05/1989 A 2 N 
CHH 1 8/03/1989 A 7 N 
H 2 11/26/1989 B 1 P N C60 



2 12/12/1989 B 
2 12/13/1989 A 



1 P N E33 
1 N K65 



H 2 12/03/1989 B 1 P N C60 



2 3/08/1989 A 

1 3/27/1989 A 

2 10/15/1989 B 



8 U 
3 N C62 
1 P N K65 



S 2 4/27/1989 C 1 P N H65 



H 2 4/02/1989 D 6 N 



s 


2 2/02/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 2/04/1989 B 


3 N 


CHH 1 2/07/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


H 


2 2/08/1989 B 


7 N 


s 


2 2/08/1989 A 


1 N H65 


H 


2 2/15/1989 B 


6 N 


H 


2 9/07/1989 C 


1 N C60 


s 


2 9/30/1989 C 


1 N H65 


S 


2 12/27/1989 B 


4 U 



S 2 9/22/1989 C 1 N 



INFORMATION RESOURCES _ 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER INFORMATION CENTER 

^ S D( E S^o1siATK? , ^C I *LDS INFORMATION FAIR FOR SENIOR CITIZENS CHH 1 4/21/1989 A 
WHAT PRICE PRIVACY? H z 6/^/lVBY t 



INFRASTRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLANNING __ 
SAM HUNT WILL LEAD INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE 

A BRIDGE COLLAPSES... , __„ 

COMMISSIONERS PUSH FOR DEVELOPMENT FEES 

INGOLD TIRE CO. 

INGOLD TIRE (AD) 

GOOD DAY FOR OUTDOOR WORK 

RAFTER MAN 

AN INNOCENT MAN (FILM) „„ 

VIEWER VICTIMIZED; 'AN INNOCENT MAN' 

INNOCULATIONS 

SEE IMMUNIZATIONS 

INNS 'a N COOK'S TOUR OF CAROLINA (CORRECTION PRINTED 7-29-89) 



H 1 1/24/1989 B 
H 2 4/10/1989 A 
H 2 5/02/1989 C 



2 4/19/1989 G 
2 11/21/1989 B 
2 12/01/1989 C 



3 P N L90 
1 D F Zll 



1 N L40 
4 E 
1 N A54 



7 D A 
1 P P R56 
1 P P R56 



H 2 10/13/1989 D 15 P R S66 



H 2 7/26/1989 B 1 P F Zll 



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CLEARING Tl€ RECORD 

INOCULATION 

SEE IMMUNIZATIONS 

INROADS INC. 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, YOUTH 

SEE ALSO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP. 
SEE ALSO XB TRAINING 

SEE ALSO MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) _ 

A&T SENIOR UINS TOP AWARD AT INROADS ANNUAL BANQUET 

INSANITY PLEAS 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 

SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 

SEE ALSO PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATIONS 

INSANITY DEFENSE DEBATE GOES ON 

GRAVETTE CASE PROMPTS FOX TO ACT 

FOX'S PROPOSAL MAKES SENSE 

LAWMAKERS PREDICT INSANITY DEFENSE BILLS 

COMMITMENTS LAW PROPOSAL MAY HIT SNAG 

LEGISLATORS WANT CHANGES IN INSANITY DEFENSE CASES 

STATEWIDE CAMPAIGN ASKS ASSEMBLY TO CHANGE INSANITY LAW 

CONFESSED KILLER WILL HAVE DELAYED RELEASE 

BILL ON 'GUILTY BUT INSANE' VERDICT MAY BE REVISED 

LEGISLATOR WITHDRAWS BILL TO CREATE VERDICT OF GUILTY, MENTALLY ILL 

MARCH PROTESTS GRAVETTE DECISION 

HOUSE PASSES AMENDMENT TO INSANITY LAW 

GRAVETTE-INSPIRED BILL PASSES N.C. HOUSE 

JUDGE ORDERS GRAVETTE JAILED 

SENATE CALLS FLAG-BURNING SHAMEFUL ACT 

'GRAVETTE' LAW STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION 

INSECT STINGS 
SEE ALSO BEES 
SURVIVING DEADLY INSECT STINGS TAKES FAST ACTION/THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

INSECTICIDE 

SEE ALSO MALATHION 

SEE ALSO NATURAL INSECTICIDE 

SEE ALSO PESTICIDES 
STATE TO SPRAY GYPSY MOTHS IN WARREN _ 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT TOUR HIGHLIGHTS MOSQUITO, RAT HABITATS 
COUNTY RESIDENTS OPPOSE USING CHEMICAL SPRAY FOR MOSQUITOES 
CAT'S DEATH ATTRIBUTED TO FLEA SPRAY 

INSECTS, PESTS 
SEE ALSO ANTS 
SEE ALSO MOSQUITOES 
SEE ALSO TICKS 
WINTER BRINGS ON HOUSEHOLD PESTS 

INSIGHT (DURHAM MORNING HERALD COLUMN AND SECTION) 
INSIGHT/SETTING GOALS FOR BETTER COMMUNITIES 
INSIGHT/RONALD REAGAN'S ROSE-COLORED REIGN 
INSIGHT/'89 LEGISLATURE: NEW BALL GAME ati _ 

INSIGHT/DURHAM-AREA DELEGATION PACKS A POWERFUL LEGISLATIVE PUNCH 
INSIGHT/MR. SPEAKER; WRIGHT NOT ALLOWING ETHICS QUESTIONS... 
INSIGHT/BURMA BOTTLENECKED 
INSIGHT/WEEKEND WARRIORS JOIN WAR ON DRUGS 
INSIGHT/THE BUSH TEAM; PRESIDENT'S CABINET HAS 7 REAGANITES 
INSIGHT/BENNETT DECIDES HE WON'T SERVE AS SMOKING GUN 
INSIGHT/WHAT WILL COST $22,790,600,000? 
INSIGHT/BUSH BEGAN BUILDING BASE IN CONGRESS 

INSIGHT/THE PH.D. CHASE? DUKE COMPETING FOR MINORITY PROFS... _ 
INSIGHT/EDUCATING JIMMY; FORMER UNC LIBRARIAN TRAINED PRINCE TO SEEK... 
IWSIGHT/TALK OF TAX HIKE GAINING INTENSITY 
INSIGHT/NEW WARNING: SMOKING CAN BURN YOU UP __ 

INSIGHT/A QUESTION OF BALANCE; PROPOSED GAS SEARCH OFF TAR HEEL COAST... 
INSIGHT/FOR VETS, AN OLD HAND ON CAPITOL HILL 



H 2 7/29/1989 A 2 N 



H 2 6/20/1989 B 8 N 



H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



H 
CHH 



4/10/1989 B 

4/14/1989 A 

4/15/1989 

4/17/1989 

4/17/1989 

4/21/1989 

4/25/1989 

4/25/1989 

4/29/1989 

5/04/1989 B 

5/08/1989 A 

5/10/1989 

6/09/1989 

6/09/1989 

6/28/1989 

6/29/1989 



1 
3 
4 
1 
1 

10 
8 
1 

14 
5 
1 
1 
3 
3 
9 
4 



N 

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1/01/1989 D 
1/08/1989 D 
1/08/1989 D 
1/15/198? D 
1/15/1989 D 
1/15/1989 D 
1/22/1989 D 
1/22/1989 
1/22/1989 
1/29/1989 
1/29/1989 
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INSIGHT/THE NOTCH? CONGRESSMEN TACKLE 'THE ISSUE FROM HELL' 

INSIGHT/VETO VOTE LIKELY - IN SOME FORM 

INSIGHT/A DEAFENING SILENCE! WITHOUT DETAILS, (€RGER DEBATE TO REMAIN... 

INSIGHT/FRIENDLY SKIES ARE GIVING WAY TO AIR GRIDLOCK 

INSIGHT/CONGRESSIONAL PAY IS A 200-YEAR-OLD DILEMMA 

INSIGHT/LAWMAKERS STRIVE FOR TAX FAIRNESS 

INSIGHT/BUNDY'S LEGACY 

INSIGHT/CRASH COURSE COOLS OFF TOUGH SUNUNU 

INSIGHT/MURDER? THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ILLUSION^REALITY 

INSIGHT/DESP ITE PROTESTS, TEACHERS UNLIKELY TO KT BIG RAISES 

INSIGHT/SPLIT DECISIONS! WHAT DO CITY AND COUNTY TEACHERS THINK?... 

INSIGHT/FULBRIGHT BELIEVES SUPERPOWERS CAN SET THE EXAMPLE 

J «§»« VEWff^pQR COVER, TORNADO SEASON KRE 
INSIGHT/»TIRED-OF-THIS' WHITES ELECTED DUKE TO HOUSE 
INSIGHT/BUDGET LEADERS DON'T EXPECT END TO PORK BARREL 

INSIGHT/RDU AT 50! GOOD LUCK, GOOD PLANNING 

INSIGHT/SOVIET 'REFUSENICKS' DON'T ALWAYS FEEL WELCOME IN ISRAEL 
INSIGHT/HIS AIRPORT TASKS! FIRES, STOLEN CARS, LAND DEALS 
INSIGHT/GOVERNOR REACHES TIME OF RECKONING „™ AT „ T „ ^^e ii 
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INSiGHT/RUSHDIE'S WIFE SEES RELIGION AS CANNIBALISM 
INSIGHT/MEXICO WOULD BURY OUR ANT I -ALIEN DITCH 
INSIGHT/'THE DUKES OF CONGRESS' NO BOON FOR DEMOCRACY 

INSIGHT/GOVERNOR BESIEGED BY HIS MH MjjCT Y 

INSIGHT/BUDGET BATTLES! SENATE WHIZ KIDS OFFERING FRESH IDEAS 
INSIGHT/TENNESSEE BOURBON BURG! WHISKEY FLOWS IN DANIEL'S HOLLER.., 
INSIGHT/WHAT'S TAINTED, WHAT'S SAFE? EPA'S NOT SURE 
INSIGHT/OLIVER NORTH'S DEFENSE! ONLY FOLLOWING OTOERS mtnr . A „, 
INSIGHT/TWO-PARTY STATE? NOT EVERYWHERE; POLL OVERLOOKS DEMOCRATS'... 
INSIGHT/CATASTROPHIC HEALTH PLAN... COMPASSION OR CABOOZLE 
INSIGHT/PRISONS AND THE PROFIT MOTIVE __, 
INSIGHT/NUNN'S YOUTH SERVICE PLAN IS CAUSING NATIONAL DEBATE 
INSIGHT/WITHOUT RUNOFFS LOSERS WINNERS „ IUIlli , „ 
INSIGHT/RIFLE BAN! HANDGUNS MORE LIKELY CHOICER CRIMINALS... 
INSIGHT/WEST GERMANY AT 40 BEING LURED TOWARD SOVIETS, NEO-NAZIS 
INSIGHT/THE MISCARRIAGE! IT HELPS TO TALK 

INSIGHT/WHITHER THE BULLS? „.„.„, 

INSIGHT/THE POLITICS OF CONGRESS IN AGE OF TV 
INSIGHT/CONGRESS MAY GET ABORTION FIGHT 

INSIGHT/TEACHERS, MARTIN NEARER AGREEMENT ON CAREER LADDER 

INSIGHT/12 DAYS IN SAN JOSE; DEATH BY GUN! TH£ HIGH COST OF PROTECTION 

INSIGHT/WILL ABORTION STANDARD BEND OR BREAK? ,„-„„„,.,- „„ 

INSIGHT/FORCING CONGRESS TO MAKE TOUGH CHOICES IS THE PRESIDENT'S JOB 

INSIGHT/ROADS AND TAXES! FEW IN AGREEMENT 

INSIGHT/THE STATE OF CONFUSION; ROOM- TEMPERATURE FUSION... 

INSIGHT/VIETNAM STUMBLES TOWARD THE FUTURE 

INSIGHT/QUAYLE MORE VISIBLE THAN HIS PREDECESSOR 

INSIGHT/GLASNOST IN RALEIGH A SOMETIME THING 

INSIGHT/SUPERBONDS! *430-MILLI0N WISH LIST COULD SPAWN BULLISH TAX... 

INSIGHT/BRITISH IRON LADY NOT FOR UNDERSTANDING 

CAN MAGGIE THATCHER CHOOSE SUCCESSOR? 



INSIGHT/BETTY WRIGHT! ASSESSING A DAY'S WORK IN THE LIFE OF THE SPEAKER' H 

INSIGHT/VETO DRIVES EFFORT FOR MAJOR CHANGES 

INSIGHT/MURPHY WAS A GRUNT 

INSIGHT/AT DEMOCRACY CORNER wmmm m __, 

INSIGHT/CHANGING POLITICAL WINDS; BLACKS ARE MIGRATING SOUTH 

INSIGHT/REPUBLICAN AMBITIONS IN A 'DEAD BALL' ERA 

INSIGHT/DEADLINE CREATES HECTIC SITUATION FOR LEGISLATORS 

INSIGHT/THE WAY UE WERE 

INSIGHT/ARGENTINA'S PERONISM „ _. r ^ rr . rtl 

INSIGHT/WAR OF WORDS ON CAMPUS JEOPARDIZES FREE SPEECH 

INSIGHT/IT'S NO TIME TO RELAX; STATE TAX INCREASE STILL IN THt PIPELINE 

IINSIGHT/TAR AND FEATHERS! MANY REAP THE BLAME IN NATION'S WORST OIL... 

INSIGHT/GLITZY GRABS TRY TO GAIN FOOT IN DOOR 

INSIGHT/ETHICAL DILEMMA! HOW TO USE NAZI DATA 

INSIGHT/FULL-TIME ASSEMBLY DEBATED IS NEEDED 

INSIGHT/WRIGHT'S FALL IS DUE PARTLY TO HIS POWER 

INSIGHT/UANTA BET? 

INSIGHT/GASSING UP THE NATURAL WAY 



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2/12/1989 D 

2/12/1989 D 

2/12/1989 

2/12/1989 

2/19/1989 

2/19/1989 

2/19/1989 

2/19/1989 . 

2/26/1989 D 

2/26/1989 D 

2/26/1989 D 

3/05/1989 D 

3/05/1989 D 

3/05/1989 D 

3/12/1989 D 

3/12/1989 D 

3/12/1989 

3/12/1989 

3/19/1989 

3/19/1989 

3/19/1989 

3/19/1989 

3/19/1989 

3/26/1989 

3/26/1989 

3/26/1989 

3/26/1989 

3/26/1989 

4/02/1989 

4/02/1989 

4/02/1989 

4/02/1989 

4/09/1989 

4/09/1989 

4/09/1989 

4/16/1989 

4/16/1989 - 

4/16/1989 D 

4/16/1989 D 

4/23/1989 

4/23/1989 

4/23/1989 

4/23/1989 

4/30/1989 

4/30/1989 

4/30/1989 

4/30/1989 

5/07/1989 

5/07/1989 

5/07/1989 

5/07/1989 

5/07/1989 

5/14/1989 

5/14/1989 . 

5/14/1989 D 

5/14/1989 D 

5/14/1989 D 

5/21/1989 D 

5/21/1989 D 

5/21/1989 D 

5/21/1989 D 

5/28/1989 D 

5/28/1989 

5/28/1989 

5/28/1989 

6/04/1989 

6/04/1989 

6/04/1989 



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F 046 

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F P41 

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F 

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F 

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INSIGHT/JIM GARDNER MELTS ON GOV. MARTIN'S PENNY SALES TAX 

INSIGHT/KEEPING THE BALL ROLLING/DEPARTING NCSSM HEAD OPTIMISTIC ON,.. 

INSIGHT/KHOMEINI'S RULE A STRING OF CLASHES 

INSIGHT/REPERCUSSIONS STYMIE RELATIONS/HONG KONG, TAIWAN RETHINKING... 

INSIGHT/HOW CAN YOU GET RID OF BAD JUDGES? imm mi ^^ 

INSIGHT/QUALITY OF LIFE FOR STATE'S 1.6 MILLION CHILDREN DROPS 

INSIGHT/N.C. LAWMAKERS GROWING CRANKY 

INSIGHT/SAY FOR PAY 

INSIGHT/PROFILING SHAKES UP CRIMINALS _ 

INSIGHT/RESEARCH CONFLICTS GROWING WORRISOME 

INSIGHT/TRYING TO MESH TAXING, SPENDING 

INSIGHT/THE KILLER BEES ARE COMING 

INSIGHT/FEWER BLACKS TURNING TO THE CHALLENGE OF SCHOOL TEACHING 

INSIGHT/DURHAM'S HOUSING DILEMMA: AFFORDABLE HOMES MAY BE HARD TO FIND 

INSIGHT/STATE LEGISLATURE IS UPSIDE DOWN ON TAX ISSUES 

INSIGHT/WOMEN'S SLOW POLITICAL PROGRESS 

INSIGHT/CLEARING THE AIR „, 

INSIGHT/GOP; 'REAL POWER OF THE N.C. HOUSE' 

INSIGHT/THE STAR-SPANGLED BATTLES NATION'S RAGE MAY UNDERMINE FIRST... 

INSIGHT/3 NEW CASES INCREASE RISK FOR ROE RULE 

INSIGHT/SHUNNED CHINA HOLDING ITS BREATH mru 

INSIGHT/ABORTION RULING'S SHOCK WAVES HIT THE IEGISLATURE 

INSIGHT/PIGGY BANK POLITICS: IN THE COUNCIL RACE, CITIZENS MIGHT... 

INSIGHT/WORLD EAR DEAF TO MINORITY'S PLEAS FOR HELP 

INSIGHT/SOUTHERN AFRICA RESISTS IVORY BAN 

INSIGHT/LAWMAKERS STAGGER TOWARD DOG DAYS 

INSIGHT/WEST WILL LIFT CHINA SANCTIONS, BUT... 

INSIGHT/LITTLE CHANGE IN MIAMI SINCE RIOTS SWEPT IT 

INSIGHT/THE SHOW MUST GO ON; AT WHAT PRICE, HOW, AND TO WHAT END? 

INSIGHT/THE RISE AND FALL OF GOV. MICHAEL DUKAKIS 

INSIGHT/MAVRETIC'S REPORT CARD _ 

insight/edgemont: RECLAIMING A OTtUHTY __„„„ 

INSIGHT/PRESERVING SHORELINES FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS 

INSIGHT/DRUG PROGRAMS THAT DON'T MATCH GOALS 

INSIGHT/A NEW CASE OF 'MALAISE' _ 

INSIGHT/IS GOV. JIM MARTIN JUST TOO NICE? 

INSIGHT/PUERTO RICOJ INDEPENDENCE, STATEHOOD OR... 

INSIGHT/CHILD-SELLING THRIVES IN RURAL THAILAND 

INSIGHT/GEPHARDT TRYING TO HELP DEMOCRATS 

INSIGHT/HATRED, SAD TO SAY, ONLY PRESERVES WRONGS 

INSIGHT/MANY NAMIBIAN WHITES: 'LET'S WAIT AND SEE' 

INSIGHT/WHAT PRICE OPENNESS? 

INSIGHT/FREQUENT FLIER __ „ „„ 

INSIGHT/TINY GAGAUZ WANTS IT ALL: POWER, STATUS 

INSIGHT/HOOK, LINE AND SINKER IN AQUACULTURE __ 

INSIGHT/VERBAL PROWESS? LAWMAKERS' SILLINESS RUNS FROM PLOTT HOUND... 

INSIGHT/FREE FALL: HEALTH INSURANCE DENIAL TO AIDS VICTIMS ON THE RISE 

INSIGHT/BEIJING TRAGEDY'S INFORMATION SPINOFF 

INSIGHT/GOP AND BLACKS WOOING, WANTING TArvv-r 

INSIGHT/MARTIN'S RECORD: A FEW MODEST SUCCESSES BUT OFF TARGET ON BIG., 

INSIGHT/CORPORATIONS USING CLOUT FOR YOUTH 

INSIGHT/HIGH-TECH, EURO-STYLE 

INSIGHT/SUSPECTED DRUGLORD YELLING 'FOUL' 

INSIGHT/BYRD TAKES ON LOBBYISTS 

INSIGHT/BETWEEN ART AND A HARD PLACE _«.,„. „„™„. 

INSIGHT/TROUBLE; NEA SAW IT COMING WHEN JESSE JOINED IN THE FUNDING... 

INSIGHT/BACKLASH IN BIRMINGHAM _ 

INSIGHT/DEMOCRATIC PARTY NEEDS A SUPERMAN TO CHALLENGE SEN. HELMS 
INSIGHT/'THE CATCHER' STRIKES OUT FOR CUSSING 
INSIGHT/SHANTIES PROVOKE BACKLASH IN CITIES 

INSIGHT/AN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS 

CONSIDERING REGIONAL APPROACH TO HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL 
INSIGHT/IS ANYBODY WATCHING? PBS FACES AN IDENTITY CRISIS 
INSIGHT/A GOOD WAR; ILLITERACY SHOULD RECEIVE EQUAL BILLING... 
INSIGHT/THE POLITICS OF GOOD INTENTIONS _ . , „ 

TAR HEEL STUDENTS' POOR SAT SCORES SHAKING UP STATE OFFICIALS 
INSIGHT/THE COST OF BEING DURHAM 

INSIGHT/SOVIET UNION JOKES TURN INTO DISCONTENT __ 

INSIGHT/GOVERNOR. ADVISERS CONSIDERING WHAT TACK TO TAKE NEXT 3 YEARS 
INSIGHT/BEWARE STATE LOTTERIES; BONANZA IS 'BANANAS' 



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6/04/1989 D 
6/11/1989 D 
6/11/1989 D 
6/11/1989 D 
6/11/1989 D 
6/11/1989 D 
6/11/1989 D 
6/18/1989 D 
6/18/1989 D 
6/18/1989 D 
6/18/1989 D 
6/25/1989 D 
6/25/1989 D 
6/25/1989 D 
6/25/1989 D 
7/02/1989 D 
7/02/1989 D 
7/02/1989 D 
7/09/1989 D 
7/09/1989 D 
7/09/1989 D 
7/09/1989 D 
7/16/1989 D 
7/16/1989 D 
7/16/1989 D 
7/16/1989 D 
7/16/1989 D 
7/23/1989 D 
7/23/1989 D 
7/23/1989 D 
7/23/1989 D 
7/30/1989 D 
7/30/1989 D 
7/30/1989 D 
7/30/1989 D 
7/30/1989 D 
8/06/1989 D 
8/06/1989 D 
8/06/1989 D 
8/06/1989 D 
8/06/1989 D 
8/06/1989 D 
8/13/1989 D 
8/13/1989 D 
8/13/1989 D 
8/13/1989 D 
8/20/1989 D 
8/20/1989 D 
8/20/1989 D 
8/20/1989 D 
8/27/1989 D 
8/27/1989 D 
8/27/1989 D 
8/27/1989 D 
9/03/1989 D 
9/03/1989 D 
9/03/1989 D 
9/03/1989 D 
9/10/1989 D 
9/10/1989 D 
9/10/1989 D 
9/10/1989 D 
9/17/1989 D 
9/17/1989 D 
9/17/1989 D 
9/17/1989 D 
9/24/1989 D 
9/24/1989 D 
9/24/1989 D 
10/01/1989 D 



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F 

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F 

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INSIGHT/ABORTION, RIGHT-TO-DIE TOP HIGH COURT DOCKET 

insight/recycling: PICKING UP ON A GOOD THING 
ireiaff/RAEim»s°!!^. candidates are far apart on key issues 

INSIGHT/DESPAIR UNTO DEATH mTIVV _„ 

INSIGHT/DALAI LAMA WOULD BUILD BRIDGES... _ m 

INSIGHT/SHORTAGE RAISES SPECTRE OF 'GREEN' AIRLINE PILOTS 
INSIGHT/APPLYING NEW SECOND PRIMARY LAW TO PAST AND FUTURE 
POLAND IN CRISIS 

ORTEGA'S GAHBIT/SANDANISTA OFFENSIVE BACKFIRES, HIGHLIGHTS ARIA 

INSIGHT/A TALE OF ONE CITY 

INSIGHT/WHAT'S NEW IN BLACK ENTERPRISE 

INSIGHT/HEAL THYSELF 

INSIGHT/ARENA'S PAUN/EL SALVADOR'S CRISTIANI 

mmna tied to tubes/couple wants right to ew it 

INMGHT/PULLED 'TUIXT DUAL PATHS, INDIANS FALTER 

THE HUMILIATION OF GOING HOME 

INSIGHT/',.. TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE' __ 

BLACKS AND GOP HELP EACH OTHER IN N.C. LEGISLATURE 

INSIGHT/THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING JOSEPH 

INSIGHT/POPULARITY MARRING YOSEMITE GRANDEUR 

JOHN COLE/1989 CARTOONS 

HOW DID WE DO ON YEAR'S OBJECTIVES? 

INSOMNIA 
SEE SLEEP 

INSTALLMENT DEBT 
SEE CONSUMER DEBT 

INSTITUTE FOR PARAPSYCHOLOGY 

SE !c J f NOT Y AFRA?D OF NO GHOSTS, BUT TH£Y AREN'T AFRAID OF HER, EITHER 

^ TI S^BS^Kl?E?l0RT SAYS OF DISPARITIES IN LENDING 

"^SEEUNI* KKaPEL HILL INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT 

"E^ STg-Sffi. HILL INSTITUTE OF OUTDOOR DRAMA 

INSTITUTE OF SOUTHERN STUDIES __ 
SEE INSTITUTE FOR SOUTHERN STUDIES 

INSULIN PUMP 

S % S pLAYING P RrjLE IN TRIALS OF IMPLANTABLE INSULIN PUMP 

INSURANCE _ 

SEE ALSO AUTO COLLISION INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO COMPARATIVE FAULT CLAIMS SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO ESTATE PLANNING 
SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO LIABILITY INSURANCE _ 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO NO-FAULT INSURANCE wm ttoo 
SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF LIFE UNDERWRITERS 
SEE ALSO N.C. INSURANCE RATING BUREAU 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO. INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO WORKERS 5 COMPENSATION ^ 
COMMUNICATION GAP CAUSES INSURANCE LAPSE 

INSURANCE AGENTS 
NEW OFFICERS 

INSURANCE COMPANIES 

SEE INSURANCE INDUSTRY 



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10/08/1989 

10/08/1989 

10/15/1989 

10/15/1989 

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10/15/1989 D 

10/29/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/12/1989 

11/19/1989 

11/19/1989 _ 

11/26/1989 D 

12/03/1989 D 

12/03/1989 D 

12/10/1989 D 

12/10/1989 

12/17/1989 

12/17/1989 

12/24/1989 

12/24/1989 

12/31/1989 

12/31/1989 



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INSURANCE FRAUD 

SEE ALSO FRAUD 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS, HEALTH INSURANCE 
CONTRACTORS' DISPUTE LEADS TO THEFT CHARGE 
GRAND JURY INDICTS DABER ON FALSE-PRETENSE CHARGES 
SHOPKEEPER FACES SENTENCE IN FRAUD CASE 
CONVICTED OF INSURANCE FRAUD, MERCHANT FACES MORE CHARGES 
SHOPKEEPER'S SENTENCE SUSPENDED IN FRAUD CASE 

INSURANCE INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO N.C. INSURANCE RATING BUREAU 
SCORING POINTS WITH INSURANCE COMPANIES 
FIRMS TRY TO PUT DENT IN DURHAM STORM CLAIMS^ „ _ 
SHUFFLE OF INSURANCE CLAIMS DROWNS OUT TORNADO'S ROAR 
TEAMS WRAP UP DAMAGE ASSESSMENT 
SOUTHGATE IS DURHAM'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY 

INSURANCE RATES 

SEE ALSO AUTO INSURANCE RATES 
SEE ALSO LAWSUIT DAMAGE AWARDS 

SCORING POINTS WITH INSURANCE COMPANIES 

INSURANCE RATE INCREASES HURTING SMALL COMPANIES' EMPLOYEES 

UNHEALTHY PRICE HIKES 



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INTEGRATION, SCHOOLS 

SEE SCHOOLS, N.C, DESEGREGATION 
SEE SCHOOLS, U.S., DESEGREGATION 

INTELLIGENCE AGENTS 
SEE SPIES 

INTER-CHURCH COUNCIL HOUSING CORP. 

IFC SEEKS ASBESTOS REMOVAL MONIES 

INTER-FAITH COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL SERVICE 

SHELTER RENOVATION COULD BEGIN IN APRIL 

MORE HOMELESS PEOPLE VISIT SHELTER IN '88 

IFC CELEBRATES EFFORTS OF 37 CONGREGATIONS 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED AFTER SHELTER DISTURBANCE 

SHELTER WILL VIE FOR GRANT FUNDS 

INTER-FAITH COUNCIL LAUNCHES SPRING FUND-RAISING DRIVE 

TOWN CONSIDERS BIDS FOR SHELTER RENOVATION 

MERRITT MILL SITE TO KEEP KITCHEN, IFC OFFICIAL SAYS 

BARNES' BILL WOULD AID PARENTS, HOMELESS 

MINISTER: IFC NEEDS EVEN MORE SUPPORT 

IFC SHELTER, KITCHEN SEEING DRAMATIC INCREASES 

COUNCIL REJECTS FIRST SHELTER BIDS 

ASBESTOS DISCOVERY IMPERILS IFC SHELTER 

SHELTER RENOVATION TALKS TO CONTINUE 

STEP ONE; RENOVATION TO BEGIN AT INTER-FAITH SHELTER 

COUNTY APPROVES SHELTER ALLOCATION 

IFC SEEKS ASBESTOS REMOVAL MONIES 

TOWN DELAYS ACTION ON SHELTER REQUEST 

IFC 'CRISIS' CASH FLOW PROBLEM, OFFICIALS SAY 

RESTAURANTS JOIN BATTLE AGAINST HUNGER 

LOCATION Of SHELTER DEBATED 

THANKS FOR BACKING IFC LOCATION 

COME 'N' GET IT/INCREASING NUMBER DEPEND ON IFC PANTRY 
COUNCIL VOTES TO ACCEPT LOAN FOR OLD TOWN HALL SHELTER 
RESPONSE TO RSWP 'P0SITIVE'/48 RESTAURANTS HELP 

INTER-NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOODS , „ m c , M1 

DURHAM ACTIVISTS, OFFICIALS UNITED AGAINST ZONING... (CORRECTED 5-6-89) 
DURHAM ACTIVISTS, OFFICIALS UNITED AGAINST ZONING BILL 
PATH OF DURHAM 1-85 SKIPS 2 NEIGHBORHOODS 



6/21/1989 C 

9/09/1989 A 

9/22/1989 C 

10/11/1989 C 

10/24/1989 B 



1 N C47 
1 P N S82 
1 N S82 
10 N S82 
6 N S82 



1/27/1989 A 
3/11/1989 A 
5/09/1989 A 
5/10/1989 C 
6/26/1989 A 



TF S56 
N B53 
N S69 
N 

P F M06 



H 2 1/27/1989 A 6 T F S56 
H 2 6/22/1989 C 1 N C60 
H 2 6/28/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 9/16/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



1/24/1989 

1/27/1989 

1/27/1989 

3/24/1989 

3/27/1989 

4/08/1989 

5/02/1989 

5/18/1989 

5/19/1989 

5/28/1989 

5/28/1989 

6/14/1989 

7/09/1989 

7/12/1989 

8/11/1989 

9/07/1989 

9/16/1989 

9/20/1989 

9/28/1989 

10/14/1989 

10/17/1989 

10/18/1989 

11/12/1989 

11/22/1989 

11/24/1989 



N L90 
N S17 
N S17 
N 
N 

N S17 
N 

N M70 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N S17 
N 
N 

N M20 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N 

N M70 
E 

N S17 
N M70 
N 



H 2 5/05/1989 A 
H 2 5/05/1989 A 
S 2 6/23/1989 A 



1 N L40 
1 N S69 
1 M N C61 



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COOPERATION PAYS OFF FOR DURHAM RESIDENTS 

DEVELOPERS, NEIGHBORS DIFFER ON LIMITATIONS „„,,„„.,. 

COMMISSIONERS HEAR INTER-NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL URGE MERGER EVALUATION 

COALITION BACKS COUNTY SCHOOL MERGER STUDY 

COUNTY SCHOOL PLAN MAY BOOST SALARIES imMM __ 

FRIENDS OF DURHAM SLATE ATTACKED BY TRAILING CANDIDATES 

INTERDENOMINATIONAL MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE OF DURHAM 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO MINISTERS, N.C. _^ ou 

DRUG ABUSER TELLS OF CLIMB FROM BOTTOM 

INTEREST RATES „ „ u ,_. 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, TAX RATE 
SEE ALSO PRIME INTEREST RATE 

^SMBxg HB TO UNCAP CREDIT CARD RATES 
BANKS WANT CONSUMERS TO PAY HIGHER FEES 
PANEL HEARS ARGUMENTS ON CREDIT CARD RATES 
CREDIT CARD INTEREST CAP PROTECTS CONSUMERS 
PRICE PUSHES TO LIMIT HOME LOAN INTEREST 

INTERGOVERNMENTAL WORK GROUP mi 

li SIS C^KlLfWcffi^FORMERLY CHAPEL HILL BOKB OF ALDERMEN) 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LAND USE 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE/CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO PLANNING AREA 
LEADERS LIKE GROUP WATERSHED POLICIES 

INra A^ITECTURE R WEEK CELEBRATED WITH SERIES OF SPECIAL EVENTS/BENCH MARK 

INTER He©ERSON MAN BATTLES SYSTEM FOR CANCER TREATMENT, LIFE 
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE M _ 

l I5S W'S "iW& NAMES OF TAX BILLS) 
SEE ALSO TAXES, U.S. 

SIMPLIFY IS BEST SOLUTION 

DON'T COUNT ON IRS' ADVICE 

HERE'S HELP FOR TAXING PROBLEM 

SIMPLER U.S. TAX LAWS WOULD REDUCE ERRORS 

AN UNUSUAL TAXPAYER BREAK ^^^ 

DON'T TAX YOURSELF TOO MUCH— FILE 1040 FORMS SOON 

IRS PROBES CONSTRUCTION IN TRIANGLE 

DURHAM BUILDERS DODGE PAYROLL TAX 

SwMtT^TtJ^^NG^K TAX LAWS, IRS INVESTIGATION FINDS 

IRS MISCONDUCT UNCONSCIONABLE 

IRS OFFICIALS IN PINCH 

N.C. AMNESTY WON'T STOP IRS PROSECUTION 

IRS THINKING POSITIVELY 

IRS PROBES PHYSICIAN'S FINANCES 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP. 
SEE ALSO INROADS INC 
TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE GETS GRANT ___ 
INSTITUTE TO HELP TECHERS USE COMPUTERS 

mnHWJUH m TAKE SLICE OUT OF RTP PLANT 
IBM PLANTS DRAW PLANS FOR TRIM 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP., EMPLOYEES 
IBM WORKER'S IDEA NETS HIM *150,000 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP., RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 
DURHAM COUGHS UP TONS OF TOXINS 



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6/29/1989 A 
7/12/1989 A 
9/26/1989 B 
9/26/1989 A 
10/05/1989 C 
10/13/1989 C 



E 

N C61 
N S69 
N H65 
N E33 
N R63 



H 2 10/04/1989 C 1 P N C47 



H 2 


3/25/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/29/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 2 


3/31/1989 C 


1 


N L40 


S 2 


4/07/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


9/09/1989 A 


3 


N 



CHH 1 5/19/1989 A 



H 2 4/16/1989 F 



H 2 3/26/1989 A 



3 P N L90 
1 N 
1 P N N36 



S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 

s 

H 
H 
S 
S 
S 



CHH 1 



CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



1/06/1989 A 
2/22/1989 A 
3/05/1989 D 
3/20/1989 A 
3/27/1989 A 
3/30/1989 B 
5/15/1989 A 
6/14/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/16/1989 
7/29/1989 
8/01/1989 
9/07/1989 
10/16/1989 
12/23/1989 



E 
E 
E 

E 
E 



1 D F Zll 



N M06 
N M06 
N M06 
N 
E 
E 
E 
E 
N W57 



6/22/1989 A 

7/02/1989 B 

10/26/1989 C 

12/06/1989 A 

12/07/1989 A 



10 N 
7 N 
1 M N C61 
1 C N 
1 N K65 



S 2 4/28/1989 C 1 P N C61 



H 2 2/19/1989 A 1 C N C60 



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DURHAH OFFERS IBM WORKERS WARM WELCOME 

IBM WORKER'S IDEA NETS HIM $150,000 

DEVELOPER MAY LURE IBM TO ADD TRIANGLE FACILITY 

IBM'S AX SWING AT 10,000 JOBS TO TAKE SLICE OUT OF RTP PLANT 

EFFECT OF IBM CUTBACKS IN TRIANGLE UNKNOWN 

IBM PLANTS DRAW PLANS FOR TRIM __ 

IBM EMPLOYEES WORKING TOWARD DEGREES AT NCSU 

INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION ON CENTRAL AMERICAN RECOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO CENTRAL AMERICA 

gSffi g§£8 K SB: K COMMISSION PUNS' SPECIFICS... 



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2 2/27/1989 A 
2 4/28/1989 C 
2 8/08/1989 A 
2 12/06/1989 A 
2 12/06/1989 A 
2 12/07/1989 A 
2 12/10/1989 D 



N 

N C61 
N C61 
N 
N 

N K65 
N 



H 2 4/08/1989 A 
H 2 4/08/1989 A 



1 P N N36 
1 P N N36 



INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF RALEIGH 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
ETHNIC FOODS WILL DELIGHT 

INTERNATIONAL LOAN NETWORK 

SEE ALSO FAMILY FINANCIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM 
C FF ALSO PYRAMID SCHEMES 
STATE AUTHORITIES RULE DURHAM INVESTMENT GROUP A 'PYRAMID' 
INVESTMENT FIRM DEFENDS PROGRAM 

INTERNATIONAL PHYSICIANS FOR THE PREVENTION OF NUCLEAR WAR 
SEE ALSO ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT imM 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 
PHYSICIAN 'SETS THE RECORD STRAIGHT' 
IPPNW ORIGINS EXPLAINED 

INTERNATIONAL PLATFORM ASSOCIATION 
DEVONE ELECTED TO PLATFORM GROUP 

INTERNATIONAL STAR REGISTRY 
THE HOAX IN THE STARS 

INTERNATIONAL UNION OF OPERATING ENGINEERS 
SEE ALSO UNIONS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO UNIONS, U.S. 
DUKE REACHES AGREEMENT WITH UNION 

INTERNATIONAL VISITORS COUNCIL (FORMERLY RSRCH TRNGLE INTL VISITOR COUNCIL) 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, FOREIGN VISITORS 
IVC NAMES BOARD FOR '89 
VISITORS COUNCIL PUTS OUT TRIANGLE WELCOME MAT TO FOREIGN GUESTS 

INTERNSHIPS 

SEE ALSO APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO DUKE FUTURES 
SEE ALSO JOB TRAINING 

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS SEEK INTERNSHIPS 

OFFICIALS SAY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM AIMS AT STATE'S NURSING SHORTAGE 

DUKE MEDICAL STUDENTS PUSH RURAL INTERNSHIPS 

INTERSECTIONS 

SEE ALSO PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC 

SEE ALSO RAILROAD CROSSINGS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDS 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 
BAD INTERSECTIONS ABOUND S 

DANGEROUS INTERSECTIONS REPORT ASKED H 

DURHAM TO CHECK 10 WORST INTERSECTIONS S 

STUDY OF INTERSECTIONS SHOULD FOCUS ON WORST S 

GARRETT ROAD CLOSING CLOGS JORDAN TRAFFIC S 

FATAL WRECK PROMPTS ALDERMAN'S CALL FOR IMPROVED ROAD CONDITIONS CHH 

INTERSTATE 
SEE 1-40 



S 2 10/04/1989 C 1 P F S27 



2 8/24/1989 A 
2 8/29/1989 A 



1 N B53 
1 N B53 



CHH 1 1/24/1989 A 4 L 
CHH 1 9/29/1989 A 4 L 



S 2 1/16/1989 A 3 N 
H 2 1/04/1989 A 4 L 

S 2 5/24/1989 A 12 N M06 



CHH 1 1/04/1989 A 8 N 
H 2 3/09/1989 C 1 P N K65 



CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/10/1989 A 
S 2 12/26/1989 C 



3 N 
1 P N L90 
1 N 



3/06/1989 
3/14/1989 
3/14/1989 
3/15/1989 
9/18/1989 
11/14/1989 



C N B53 

N 

N H70 

E 
M N E33 
M N C62 



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SEE 1-85 
SEE 1-95 

INTERSTATE-85 
SEE 1-85 

INTIM EAST6ATE SHOPPING CENTER GAINS INTIMATE BOOKSHOP 
MALL'S 'UNIQUE' BOOKSTORE MILL BE MISSED 

INVENTIONS 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE UNIVERSITIES LICENSING CONSORTIUM 
'BATH DUCK' GETS INVENTOR, 6, OUT OF 'HOT WATER' 
RTP INVENTORS FINALISTS IN NATIONAL COMPETITION 
RTP HOME OF MANY MODERN INVENTIONS 
SCIENTISTS RECEIVE INVENTORY AWARD _ 
FAMOUS INVENTOR TO SPEAK AT DURHAM CONFERENCE ^_ 

TRIANGLE DISTINGUISHED INVENTORS GET MORE RESPECT NOW... ALOT MORE 
PROLIFIC INVENTOR FINDS HE DOES SOME OF BEST THINKINGUNDER-WATER 
COMPUTERIZED, INTRAVENOUS MEDICINE PUMP BEING DEVELOPED IN CHAPEL HILL 

IWES Dffi V COUNTf > JUDG£S TRADE JABS OVER REQUEST FOR SPECIAL GRAND JURY 
JUDICIAL TIFF DOESN'T SERVE DURHAM WELL 
16 LAWYERS BACK GRAND JURY PROBE OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
JUDGE ASKS SBI TO PROBE DURHAM SOCIAL SERVICES ^ n 
SBlTNOT SPECIAL GRAND JURY, TO PROBE CHILD-ABUSE CHARGES 
GRAND JURY REPORTED LOOKING INTO DRUG TRAFFIC 

INVISIBLE EMPIRE - KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE KU KUK KLAN 

INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER 
SEE MANSLAUGHTER 

IRAN 

A MURDEROUS FANATIC , „„„_„ 

SYMPOSIUM INCLUDES IRAN, ISLAM LECTURES 

EXTENDING THE DEATH THREATS 

DEATH OF IRAN'S MURDEROUS TYRANT 

RELEASE OF HOSTAGES ONLY FIRST STEP FOR IRAN 

IRANIANS' BEHAVIOR UNSETTLING 

U.S. MUST HIT IRAN'S SOFT SPOT - ITS WALLET 

IRAN, ECONOMY __ 

STRIKING BACK AT IRAN'S ECONOMY 

IRAN, HOSTAGES 

SEE HOSTAGES, IRAN 

IRAN, U.S. AIR ATTACKS 
A LESSON LEARNED 

IRAN/CONTRAS AFFAIR 
SEE ALSO ARMS SALE 
SEE ALSO CONTRAS 
SEE ALSO HOSTAGES, LEBANON 

JUDGE'S RULE FORCES STAND IN NORTH CASE 

IS TRIAL COMPROMISED? 

AND THEN THERE'S THE NORTH JURY 

PRESIDENT STILL NOT TALKING 

REAGAN'S HYPOCRISY GOOD LESSON FOR BUSH 

JURY TEACHES NORTH IMPORTANT CIVICS LESSON 

PARDON WOULD PLACE NORTH ABOVE THE LAW „ tatt . o 

BUSH HAD DIRECT KNOWLEDGE OF ASSISTANCE TO REBELS, LAWYER... STATES 

STONEWALL/IRAN-CONTRA SUBPOENAS 

IRANIAN HOSTAGES 
SEE HOSTAGES, IRAN 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 


12/07/1989 A 
12/11/1989 A 


1 N M70 
4 E 


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


2/08/1989 C 
4/01/1989 A 
4/24/1989 A 
4/26/1989 A 
4/29/1989 C 
4/30/1989 D 
5/03/1989 C 
8/09/1989 C 


1 P N S92 

1 P N M06 
7 N B53 

3 N 

4 P N 

6 P N K65 
1 P N C60 
1 P N C60 


H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 


2 3/28/1989 A 
2 3/29/1989 A 
2 4/07/1989 A 
2 4/21/1989 A 
2 4/22/1989 C 
2 10/05/1989 C 


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



H 


2 


2/18/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


3/31/1989 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


5/09/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/07/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


6/07/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/10/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


8/05/1989 A 


4 


E 



H 2 2/22/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 12/23/1989 C 1 N 



S 

H 

CHH 

S 

S 

S 

S 

CHH 

H 



1/17/1989 
2/16/1989 
2/16/1989 
4/10/1989 
4/17/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/08/1989 
5/22/1989 
12/17/1989 



E 
E 

U H90 
E 
E 
E 
E 

N M70 
T C50 



IRON 



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THE UNDERDIAGNOSED KILLER 

IRON DUKES _ 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
THE SPORTING YEARS/SUCCESS OF TEAMS, 



FAN SUPPORT KEEP SPORTS LIVELY... 



■nr TRRFGWJDLESS CAFE 

IR^GARDLESS OF YOUR TASTE PREFERENCE, THIS VEGETARIAN FARE IS WORTH... 

ISLAM (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 
ANOTHER VIEW OF ISLAM 

JERRY GENTRY/NOT ALL WESTERNERS ARE AGAINST MUSLIMS 
SYMPOSIUM INCLUDES IRAN, ISLAM LECTURES 
NEIGHBORS CRITICAL OF PLANNED MOSQUE 

ISLER & ASSOC,, INC. _ ,„ mrrm 

FOOD GALLERY, SHOPS PROPOSED FOR CIVIC CENTER 

OLD CIVIC CENTER EYED AS FOOD COURT n _ w 

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

COUNCIL BACKS CIVIC CENTER CONVERSION 

COUNCIL FAVORS MARKET USE FOR OLD CIVIC CENTER __ 

AN APPETIZING SlIGGESTION/PROPOSAL FOR 'FESTIVE MARKET' WOULD HAVE.,. 

CITY-SUBSIDIZED BUSINESSES CAN UNDERCUT COMPETITION 

RESTAURATEURS SAY FOOD COURT'S LOW RENTAL RATES UNFAIR 

♦FOOD FIGHT' LOOMS OVER PLANS FOR OLD ARMORY 

DESPITE PROTEST, CITY OKS FESTIVE MARKET 

NOSTALGIA FOR THE WAY IT WAS 



H 2 9/15/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 4/19/1989 H 1 P F B31 
H 2 4/28/1989 D 5 P R D77 



H 2 2/19/1989 D 4 E 

H 2 3/26/1989 D 4 U G33 

CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 7 N 

CHH 1 11/03/1989 A 1 N M70 



2/10/1989 
2/10/1989 
5/30/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/21/1989 
9/08/1989 B 
9/08/1989 C 
9/19/1989 A 
10/05/1989 A 



1 D 
1 

1 P 
1 

10 
4 
4 
1 

1 P 
1 P 
4 



N S69 
N H70 
N C61 
N C61 
N 
E 
L 

N N36 
N C61 
N C61 
E 



ISRAEL 

SEE ALSO EGYPT 

SEE ALSO JERUSALEM 

SEE ALSO PALESTINE 

SEE ALSO PALESTINE LIBERATION ORGANIZATION 
TABA ACCORD GOOD H 2 

ISRAEL SHOULD RECONSIDER „ ,„ H 2 

PROFESSOR URGES CONTINUED MIDEAST INITIATIVE ^, m „ „ -»«, £* i 
DUKE ARCHEOLOGISTS PLAN TWO VOLUMES ON EXCAVATION AT SEPPHORIS IN ISRAEL H 2 



3/06/1989 A 4 E 

3/28/1989 A 4 E 

8/18/1989 A 2 N 

9/16/1989 C 2 N B80 



ISRAEL, KNESSET AND CABINET 

AN INSIDER'S ASSESSMENT OF THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT 

ISRAEL, MILITARY 

UNFITTING NICKNAME UNDERSCORES HORROR 

ITALY, BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 
FERRY EXPLAINS DECISION TO PLAY BALL IN ITALY 
'LA DOLCE VITA' WINS FERRY OVER 

IVANHOE (SUBDIVISION) 

MAJOR PROJECTS INCLUDE MORE THAN 8,500 HOUSING UNITS 

IVORY 

TOTAL IVORY TRADE BAN MAY NOT SAVE ELEPHANT 

J & S INTERIORS 

J4S INTERIORS (AD) 

JOCCA 

SEE ORANGE/CHATHAM COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY 

J. B. W. TRIDURHAM PROPERTIES INC. _ . „ _ T _ 

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

J. C. PENNEY CO. 

PENNEY FIRM GROUPS TO CITE TOP VOLUNTEERS 

J. C. PENNEY DEPT. STORE (SOUTH SQUARE MALL) 



H 2 4/23/1989 E 5 P U H49 



S 2 7/27/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 8/11/1989 A 1 P N D18 
H 2 8/12/1989 D 1 P U C49 



H 2 8/20/1989 C 3 N C60 

S 2 10/18/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 4/19/1989 E 9 D A 

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

S 2 10/17/1989 C 1 N E33 



L 



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THERE SHE IS 

J. F. WEBB HIGH SCHOOL 

SEE OXFORD UEBB HIGH SCHOOL 

J. F. WILKERSON CO. 

COMMISSIONERS HULL CONTRACT QUESTION 
SEWER, STREETS NAG BETHESDA RESIDENTS 

J. J, HENDERSON TOWERS 
SEE ALSO MOREHEAD HILLS 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS „ ^ 

FIREFIGHTERS QUICK WORK AVERTS HENDERSON TOWERS TRAGEDY 

POLICE PROBE APARTMENT FIRE 

BLAZE AT HENDERSON TOWERS PROBED 

'FAMILY NIGHT' SET FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 

FAMILY NIGHT 

SECOND TIME AROUND 

AFTER THE FIRE 

J, P. STEVENS CO. 

$15 MILLION EXPANSION PLANNED AT ALAMANCE PLANT 

' DUKE ART MUSEUM GETS GETTY GRANT TO TREAT COLLECTION 

J. SOUTHGATE AND SON, INC. _ mrtmmt 

SOUTHGATE IS DURHAM'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY 

JABBERUOCK _. 

EXHIBIT HONORS JABBERUOCK DEBUTANTE 
EXHIBIT FOR A DEBUTANTE 

JABBERUOCKY <DUKE UNIV. PUBLICATION) MWmmmn 
SEE DUKE UNIV., JABBERUOCKY (DUKE UNIV. PUBLICATION) 

JACARANDAS MEXICAN RESTAURANT 

FOOD, FRIENDLINESS RECOMMEND JACARANDAS 

JACK BENNETT ROAD _ „ 

JACK BENNETT ROAD SEEN AS CURE TO U.S. 15-501 ILLS 
STATE CONSIDERS BYPASS OPTIONS FOR U.S. 15-SM 
CHATHAM, ORANGE CLASH OVER CONNECTOR ROAD LIKELY 
CHATHAM VOTES TO OPPOSE NORTHERN BYPASS IN ROAD PLAN 

JACK O'LANTERNS 
SEE ALSO PUMPKINS 
THE JACK-O-LANTERN 

JAIL-A-THON 

JAIL-A-THON STARTS TUESDAY IN HALL 

yORKlNG TO GET OUT 

ALL FOR A GOOD CAUSE 

CATES, JOHNSON HEADED FOR 'JAIL' __ 

DOING TIME, OFFICIALS GO 'BEHIND BARS' 

JAILS, DURHAM 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY JAIL 

JAMES B. DUKE ENDOWMENT 
SEE DUKE ENDOWMENT 

JAMES BOYD ESTATE „ " „ 

WITH SPRING, POETS TAKE CENTER bTAGE 

SOUTHERN PI CS^WEYTCUTH ESTATE GEARS UP FOR THIRDMUSIC FESTIVAL 

GLENN MILLER: CDS, 'GHOST BAND' KEEP MUSICIAN'S MEMORY ALIVE 

JAMES E. SHEPARD SERTOMA CLUB 
CAMP BOUND 
SERTOMA OFFICERS 



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S 2 8/21/1989 C 1 P P K30 



H 
S 


2 

2 


1/10/1989 C 
1/10/1989 A 


6 N A54 
1 N H65 


H 
S 
S 
3 
H 
S 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


5/19/1989 C 
5/19/1989 A 
8/19/1989 C 
8/28/1989 A 
8/31/1989 C 
8/31/1989 B 
9/22/1989 C 


3 P P T37 

7 N 
1 N 

8 N 

3 P P S73 
1 P P S73 
1 P P T32 



H 1 6/07/1989 C 1 N B60 
H 2 3/09/1989 C 3 N 
S 2 6/26/1989 A 1 P F M06 



S 2 10/27/1989 A 7 P P C45 
H 2 10/29/1989 E 14 P P C45 



H 2 8/04/1989 D 7 P R D77 



CHH 1 1/31/1989 A 

CHH 1 2/01/1989 A 

CHH 1 3/24/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/02/1989 A 



2 N M25 

1 M N M25 
1 P N M25 
1 N M25 



S 2 10/25/1989 C IDF 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



4/10/1989 A 
4/12/1989 A 
5/02/1989 A 
8/16/1989 A 
8/24/1989 A 



N 

P L38 
P S76 
N 
N H90 



H 2 4/30/1989 D 
H 2 5/12/1989 D 
H 2 5/12/1989 D 



2 8/15/1989 C 
2 8/23/1989 A 



3 U H45 

6 P F 

7 P F 



2 P P 

3 P P S73 



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JAMES N. JOHNSTON AWARDS PROGRAM 

SE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, SCHOLARSHIPS 
JOHNSTON UNC GIFT SLATED FOR »1 MILLION 

JAMES MADISON UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

RICE'S BUZZER-BEATER ENDS HEELS' RALLY PAST JMU 

^ATHCtCcffiT^CANCER CENTER ONE OF FIRST FIVE MCDONNELL FELLOWS 

JAMESTOWN, VIRGINIA 

TIME CHANGES VIEW OF ROMANTIC STORY 

JAMESTOWN LTD. _, _ 

SEARS WILL ANCHOR NEW 1-40 COMPLEX 

JAMSCAM 

SEE N.C. JAYCEES 

JANITORIAL SERVICES „ A „. 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, HOUSEKEEPING STAFF 
DUKE, CLEANING FIRM HEADING FOR A 'TRUCE' 

JANUS HOUSE (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) _ 

CHAPEL HILL? A TOWN IN A FULL-COURT PRESS/SUNDAY FOCUS 
TOWN GROWTH LAWSUIT SETTLED 
JANUS-TREE HOUSE COULD BE FORCED TO CLOSE 
JANUS-TREE HOUSE COULD BE FORCED TO CLOSE 
FOX, HAKAN HONORED BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

JAPAN 

SEE ALSO AJINOMOTO CO., INC. (JAPANESE FOOD AND CHEMICAL CO.) 

SEE ALSO ATOMIC BOMBS 

SEE ALSO HIROSHIMA 

SEE ALSO IKEBANA 

SEE ALSO NAGASAKI. JAPAN 

SEE ALSO N.C. JAPAN CENTER 

SEE ALSO TOKYO STRING QUARTET 

SEE ALSO TOYAMA, JAPAN 

EMPEROR DEFEATED IN WAR UNCONQUERABLE IN DEATH 

JAPANESE FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS ALWAYS APROPOS 

JAPAN, ARCHITECTURE 

JAPANESE WOODWORKING, CARPENTRY SENSITIVE SAYS CHATHAM MAN 

JAPAN, ART 
SEE ALSO ART 
U.S., JAPANESE SCHOOLCHILDREN EXCHANGE ARTWORK 
RAGE, POWER, FULFILLMENT OF JAPANESE MEN DEPICTED 
JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS CHRONICLE THE MALE JOURNEY 

JAPAN, BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO RISING SUN IN CAROLINA (SPECIAL SERIES) 

JAPANESE BUSINESSMEN CHOOSE N.C. FOR VARIETY OF REASONS - INCLUDING GOLF 

ORIENTAL EXPRESS; JAPANESE LEAVE BUSINESS TRACKS IN TRIANGLE 

N.C. COMPANIES PUT FOOT IN WIDENING DOOR OF JAPANESE MARKET 

EAST MEETS WEST IN NORTH (CAROLINA); EACH HAS LOT TO LEARN ABOUT OTHER 

COLLECTIVISM, INDIVIDUALISM BUMP 

JAPANESE DIVE INTO U.S. LIFE/RISING SUN IN CAROLINA 

FAMOUS INVENTOR TO SPEAK AT DURHAM CONFERENCE 

JAPANESE WOOD COMPANY TO BUILD PLANT IN SILER CITY 

JAPAN'S ADVANTAGE OUR FAULT, PEROT SAYS 

INSIGHT/HEAL THYSELF 

JAPAN, DANCE 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
SEE ALSO TAMAGAUA DANCERS 
TRADITIONAL NOH DANCE FEATURED IN WORKSHOP 



CHH 1 9/01/1989 A 


3 N 


H 2 11/25/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 2 1/18/1989 D 


12 P N 


S 2 11/27/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 4/28/1989 A 


1 N S17 



S 2 2/24/1989 C 1 N M06 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



2/12/1989 A 
3/01/1989 A 
3/18/1989 A 
3/18/1989 A 
5/23/1989 A 



P N M70 
N M70 
N N70 

N C62 
P N S17 



1/08/1989 A 
4/28/1989 B 



2 P U H49 
1 P F G59 



H 2 4/02/1989 B 1 U N36 



s 


2 


8/18/1989 C 


1 P N S92 


s 


2 


8/31/1989 D 


8 P F 


H 


2 


9/17/1989 E 


9 P U 668 


H 


2 


3/06/1989 C 


4 N 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 A 


1 C Q C60 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 A 


1 C Q C60 


H 


2 


3/20/1989 A 


1 P Q N36 


H 


2 


3/20/1989 A 


1 P Q N36 


H 


2 


3/21/1989 A 


1 P Q N36 


H 


2 


4/29/1989 C 


4 P N 


CHH 1 


7/05/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


11/16/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


H 


2 11/26/1989 D 


1 P N 



CHH 1 1/28/1989 A 5 D N 



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TAMAGAWA DANCERS BRING JAPAN TO NCSU 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



JAWS (FILM) _ 
'JAWS T!£ REVENGE' 



JUST A CANNED FISH TALE 



JAY HOSIERY MILLS INC. uTl , „ 

FIRE RAZES BUILDING AT JAY HOSIERY MILLS 

FIRE RUINS SOCKS WORTH $250,000 AT HOSIERY MILL mmMmi TnnAV 

CAUSE OF DURHAM WJSIERY MILL FIRE STILL BEING INVESTIGATED TODAY 

INVESTIGATORS SUSPECT ARSON IN JAY HOSIERY MILL BLAZE 

HOSIERY MILL FIRE BELIEVED INTENTIONAL 

TWO ARRESTED AFTER SOCKS STOLEN FROM HOSIERY MILL 

JAY MANGUM PHOTOGRAPHY 

DURHAM PHOTO COMPANY OPENS 

JAYCEES 

SEE CHAPEL HILL/CARRBQRO JAYCEES 
SEE DURHAM JAYCEES 
SEE HENDERSON JAYCEES 



JAZZ 

SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 



DUKE JAZZ ENSEMBLE 

MODERN JAZZ QUARTET 

MUSICIANS 

N.C. JAZZ NETWORK 

ROCK CONCERTS 

ROCK 'N' ROLL 



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S 2 2/09/1989 D 7 N 
H 2 8/20/1989 E 8 P F Zll 



JAPAN, EDUCATION 
SEE JAPAN, SCHOOLS 

I6PAN. ELECTIONS 

ELECTION UPSET MAY MARK WATERSHED IN JAPANESE POLITICS 

JAPAN, EMPEROR 

NEW EMPEROR'S REIGN HAS WORTHWHILE GOAL „.„,„ 

jWsAKIHITO SWARES INTEREST IN HORSES WITH! TCSIDEMTREAGAN 
HIROHITO'S DEATH CAUSES CHANGE IN JAPANESE IMPERIAL SYSTEM 

^^JAPANESE COOKING! DEMONSTRATION ACCOMPANIES EXHIBIT OF PRINTS AT MUSEUM 

JAPAN, MARRIAGES 

EATS MEETS WEST ... AT THE ALTAR 

iadau crunOLS 

INSIGHT/EO^TING JIMMY; former unc librarian trained prince TO SEEK... 
EXE^IVES^CHILDREN TAKE EXTRA STUDIES/RISING SUN IN CAROLINA 
U.S., JAPANESE SCHOOLCHILDREN EXCHANGE ARTWORK 

JAPAN, TRADE _ 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 
TRADE EQUALITY MAY HURT U.S.-JAPANESE RELATIONS 
N.C. GROUP TOLD ANTI-JAPANESE TREND TRIPS U.S. 
NORTHERN TELECOM RECEIVES AWARD 

^^AN'S^AMbSoR CALLS FOR SHARED LEADERSHIP Mir nTure 

EAST MEETS WESTIN NORTH (CAROLINA); EACH HAS LOT TO LEARN ABOUT OTHER 
COLLECTIVISM, INDIVIDUALISM BUMP _ _ „ Ar _ tiia 
JAPANESE DIVE INTO U.S. LIFE/RISING SUN IN CAROLINA 
INSIGHT/HEAL THYSELF 

JAPANESE (LANGUAGE) _ iw _ n<i 
DUKE SETS CONTEST ON JAPANESE SPEECH 

JAPANESE-AMERICANS _ „ .. „ Au 

442ND'S LEADERS RECOLLECT V-E DAY 



H 2 7/26/1989 C 3 N R60 



S 2 1/10/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 1/15/1989 B 5 P U H49 
H 2 1/17/1989 B 3 N 



H 2 10/17/1989 A 6 P U W15 
CHH 1 2/04/1989 A 3 P N C62 



H 2 1/29/1989 D 1 P F H49 
H 2 3/21/1989 A 1 P Q N36 
S 2 8/18/1989 C 1 P N S92 



S 2 11/09/1989 A 1 N E33 
H 2 11/10/1989 C 4 N K65 
S 2 12/21/1989 A 1 P N E33 



H 


2 3/09/1989 C 


1 P N J04 


H 


2 3/20/1989 A 


1 P Q N36 


H 


2 3/20/1989 A 


1 P Q N36 


H 


2 3/21/1989 A 


1 P Q N36 


H 


2 11/26/1989 D 


1 P N 



H 2 4/02/1989 A 16 N 
CHH 1 9/17/1989 A 1 P N H90 
H 2 6/23/1989 D 4 P R L59 



3/18/1989 A 
3/19/1989 B 
3/20/1989 C 
3/21/1989 A 
3/22/1989 C 
4/04/1989 C 



N B53 
N M51 
N 

N B53 
N 
N 



S 2 4/18/1989 A 7 N 



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SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO THELONIOUS MONK INSTITUTE OF JAZZ 

SEE ALSO UMBRIA JAZZ FESTIVAL 

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

SEE ALSO WHIRLWIND JAZZ CANCERS 

JAZZ CONCERT HERALDS MONK INSTITUTE 

BEBOP VISIONARY 

THELONIOUS ASSAULT; "FAMILY" REUNION PLANNED AT DUKE 

MILT JACKSON IS STILL BREAKING THAT MJQ MOLD 

PIANIST JAMS TOD MUCH ORIGINALITY INTO SUNDAY'S ALL-STAR JAZZ SHOU 

PIANIST IS A JAZZ 'RECONSTRUCTIONIST' 

MARANO RECORD BRINGS SENSE OF SOMETHING SPECIAL 

NEW RELEASES DO N.C.'S METZGER, RITTER PROUD 

UNC JAZZ BAND COMES OF AGE 

BLOOM PLAYS SOPRANO SAX ON EDGE OF JAZZ TRADITION 

ARTISTS DEMONSTRATE VERSATILITY OF THE SAX 

IT'S JAZZ; SAX PLAYER, PIANIST TEAM UP IN SHOU 

KENDRICK 'UNIT' A FULL, TOGETHER JAZZ COMBO 

SAXOPHONIST EXHIBITS MUSICAL GROWTH 

JAZZ ON TRACK; BLUE QUAIL RECORDS OWNER FORESEES SUCCESS DESPITE... 

BLANCHARD HAS 'SOUL OF JAZZ ON HIS SLEEVE' 

JAZZ FROM THE 'COMFORT LEVEL' 

LEGENDS MAKE HOT SOUNDS FOR COOL CASH 

IT'S MARSALIS, THELONIOUS AND ALL THAT JAZZ 

HOT JAZZ NETS A COOL $80,000 FOR MONK JAZZ INSTITUTE 

N.C. JAZZ NETWORK DEBUTS AT ARTSCENTER 

JAZZ PAIRINGS YOU MIGHT NOT EXPECT, SOME YOU WOULD 

MORE OF ELLINGTON'S 'PRIVATE COLLECTION' IS OUT ON CD 

ALBUM ENRICHES AND PRESERVES ELLINGTON TUNES 

JAZZ LABEL UP WITH THE HI-TECH TIMES 

SOPHISTICATED LADY IS BACK - ON THE RECORD 

EVANS ASSESSED AS A GREAT SHOULD BE 

JAZZ GUITARISTS ASSEMBLE FINE RECORDING GROUPS 

GUITARIST JIM HALL BRINGS AN IMPRESSIVE JAZZ RESUME TO THE ARTSCENTER 

THERE'S A WHOLE WORLD OF NEW JAZZ OUT THERE 

'CELEBRATING BIRD' DIGS INTO LIFE OF JAZZ GIANT 

ELLINGTON 'DEFECTOR' SHINES IN COLLECTED RECORDINGS 

UNDERLYING STORY ALONE RECOMMENDS 'EPISTROPHY' 

THIRD-WORLD POP PLAYS AT THE PALACE 

THE NAKASIAN JAZZt STRAIGHT UP, WITH VINEGAR 

NATURALLY HOT NAKASIAN SINGS FOUR-A JAZZ 

MODERN JAZZ QUARTET 'LAST CONCERT' GAINS NEW INTEREST ON CD 

CONSTANT INVENTION MAKES ALLISON JAZZ AN ARTSCENTER DELIGHT 

VIDEO HOLDS A SURPRISING SLICE OF JAZZ LIFE 

QUARTET WEST SHOWS WHY IT'S AMONG THE BEST 

PIANIST MILLER FOLLOWS 'FUNK' JAZZ FLAME 

PIANIST MILLER SHOWS AMAZING GROWTH IN JUST 4 YEARS 

GALPER TRIO ROUNDS OUT TRIANGLE'S TRIPLE CROWN OF JAZZ 

LOVE OF JAZZ BONDING DUKE, DURHAM AND ITALIAN TOWN 

LP SET SHOWS DURABILITY OF 'WEST COAST JAZZ' 

MARSALIS MAINTAINS HIS OWN IDENTITY IN A TRIBUTE TO TRANE 

JAZZ PIANIST SHOWS HOW MUCH HE'S GROWN 

NEW RECORDINGS SHOW ENDURANCE OF JAZZ VOCALS 

JAZZ GUITARIST HAD CLOSE BRUSH WITH FOLK 

IT WAS A JAZZY WEEKEND 

MCCOY TYNER IS A FITTING CLOSING FOR JAZZ FESTIVAL 

ALBUMS FEATURE GUITARISTS 

OLD COREA BACK, HOT 

PHIL WOODS QUINTET CLEAR S HURDLES IN FABULOUS FASHION 

DISCRETION IS THE BETTER PART OF ELECTRIC JAZZ 

CUNLIFFE WINS PIANO COMPETITION 

HITTING 'f£U LEVEL,' GROUP SAX TOPS JAZZ CHRISTMAS LIST 

'REISSUES': UNCORKING BOTTLED JAZZ 

JAZZERCISE 

JAZZING IT UP 

JEEPS 

FOUR DURHAM MEN CHARGED AFTER STOLEN JEEP RECOVERED 

JELLYBEAN THE CLOWN 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
CHH 1 



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



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1/01/1989 C 
1/13/1989 D 
1/13/1989 D 
1/27/1989 D 
1/31/1989 A 
2/14/1989 B 
2/14/1989 B 
2/24/1989 D 
2/28/1989 B 
3/07/1989 A 
3/21/1989 B 
3/23/1989 B 
4/04/1989 B 
4/11/1989 B 
4/17/1989 A 
4/18/1989 
4/23/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/25/1989 
4/25/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/19/1989 D 
5/25/1989 B 
5/30/1989 B 
6/20/1989 A 
6/23/1989 D 
6/29/1989 B 
7/07/1989 D 
7/14/1989 D 
7/16/1989 E 
7/18/1989 A 
7/27/1989 B 
8/11/1989 D 
8/11/1989 D 
8/15/1989 A 
8/17/1989 B 
8/29/1989 A 
9/01/1989 D 
9/07/1989 B 
9/08/1989 D 
9/12/1989 A 
9/14/1989 B 
9/22/1989 C 
9/25/1989 A 
9/26/1989 A 
9/28/1989 B 
10/10/1989 A 
10/20/1989 
10/24/1989 
10/31/1989 
11/07/1989 
11/16/1989 
11/21/1989 
11/23/1989 
11/23/1989 
12/07/1989 
12/14/1989 



S66 
U66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 



S66 

S66 

N H90 

R S66 

F 

N B71 
R S66 
N B71 
R S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 



R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

F 

R 

R 

R 

R 

N 

R S66 

R S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 
S66 



S66 



S66 
566 
S66 
S66 
B71 
S66 
S66 
566 
566 
S66 

U S66 

N 

R S66 

R 566 



S 2 2/18/1989 A 5 P P T37 



H 2 8/19/1989 C 2 N 



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THERE'S PLENTY TO DO ON JULY 4TH 

JELLYFISH 

COMMON SENSE CAN REDUCE RISK OF JELLYFISH STINGS 
JELLYFISH STINGS CAN BRING TEARS 

JERUSALEM 

SEE ALSO ISRAEL 
JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM IS PILGRIMAGE FOR ALL 

JET ENGINES 

GE MAY OPEN RTF JET-ENGINE PLANT 

GE PLANT CONSIDERED FOR JET ENGINE ASSEMBLY 

GE SEEKS REZONING FOR ENGINE PLANT 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OK REZONING OF GE PROPERTY FOR JET ENGINE PLANT 

GE GETS DURHAM COUNTY NOD FOR XT-ENGINE PLANT 

tf ■ I TCC 

MARTIN STOOPS TOO LOU IN PUSHING JETTY PLAN 

JEUEL THEFT _ 

GUN-WIELDING ROBBERS GRAB DIAMONDS „ _ ^^ 

ROOKIE OFFICER ARRESTS SUSPECTS IN HOLDUP OF DURHAM JEWELRY STORE 

POLICE SEEKING OWNERS OF JEWELRY BELIEVED STOLEN 

ARREST IN JEWELRY THEFT 

POLICE LOG/CAR KNOCKS DOWN DOOR OF DUPLEX 

JEWELRY 

SEE ALSO EARRINGS 
JEWELRY-MAKING BLENDS SCULPTURE AND COSMETICS 

TRADITIONAL JEWELRY IS BACK _ „„.„ M , 

ANIMAL JEWELRY IS MAKING FASHION STATEMENT THIS FALL 

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND 

JEWISH FUND TO HONOR TERRY SANFORD 
TREE OF LIFE AWARD 

JEWS 

SEE ALSO ANTI-SEMITISM 

SEE ALSO BLACK JEWS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR JUDAIC STUDIES 

SEE ALSO HANUKKAH 

SEE ALSO HEBREW 

SEE ALSO "THE HOLOCAUST" 

SEE ALSO JUDAISM 

SEE ALSO JUBEA REFORM CONGREGATION 

SEE ALSO PASSOVER 

SEE ALSO RABBIS 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 

SEE ALSO SABBATIAN MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION, JEWS 

SEE ALSO YOM KIPPUR 

CARTOON UAS OFFENSIVE 

SEXUAL DISCRIMINATION AMONG JEWS 2,000 YERS OLD, DUKE AUDIENCE TOLD 

A JEW BY BIRTH, A CHRISTIAN BY CHOICE 

JOB DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO DISCRIMINATION _ _ mm 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO JOB SCREENING 

SEE ALSO SEX DISCRIMINATION 

EEOC INVESTIGATORS REACHING OUT TO HEAR COMPLAINTS 

COMMISSION TO CONDUCT INTERVIEWS 

NCCU PROF'S COMPLAINT SENT TO PANEL 

TEACHER CHARGES JOB DISCRIMINATION 

TEACHER TO GET HEARING ON JOB-DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINT 

EMPLOYMENT ABUSES NEXT ON AGENDA 



S I T 

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P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 6/29/1989 D 8 P P 



CHH 1 7/07/1989 A 2 F 
S 2 7/10/1989 C IDF 



H 2 6/25/1989 E 1 P G 668 



s 


2 7/25/1989 A 


1 M N M06 


H 


2 7/26/1989 D 


9 N C47 


S 


2 10/07/1989 A 


1 N H65 


H 


2 10/10/1989 A 


1 N N36 


S 


2 10/10/1989 C 


1 N H65 



S 2 7/31/1989 A 4 E 



1/09/1989 A 
1/10/1989 C 
1/19/1989 C 
6/30/1989 C 
12/12/1989 C 



2 4/13/1989 B 
2 5/30/1989 B 
2 9/26/1989 A 



2 2/18/1989 C 
2 2/27/1989 B 



H 2 1/05/1989 A 
H 2 2/02/1989 C 
H 2 11/04/1989 A 



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



3/15/1989 A 
4/11/1989 A 
4/20/1989 A 
6/13/1989 A 
6/14/1989 D 
6/17/1989 A 



N B53 
N M51 
N 
N 
N M51 



2 P F 659 
1 P F 659 
6 P F G59 



8 P N 
5 P P C45 



4 L 
2 P N J04 
9 N J40 



3 

3 

16 

12 

12 

3 



N H90 
N 
N 

N S92 
N 
N S17 



JOB EVALUATIONS 



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UNC COUNCIL TARGETS JOB EVALUATIONS FOR TOP ADMINISTRATORS 

JOB FAIR 

LOOKING AT JOB POSSIBILITIES 

JOB HUNTING; CHAPEL HILL JOB FAIR DRAWS A CROWD OF RESUMES AND WORKERS 

JOB INTERVIEWS 

SEE ALSO JOB SCREENING 
HELPFUL RECRUITMENT HINTS FOR MANAGERS WITH NO HIRING FREEZE 

JOB SAFETY 

SEE ON-THE-JOB SAFETY 

JOB SATISFACTION 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, U.S. 
FEW REPORT JOB BLUES, UNC POLL STATES 
BEING HAPPY AT WORK TAKES WORK 

JOB SCREENING 

SEE ALSO AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, U.S. 

SEE ALSO JOB DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO JOB INTERVIEWS 
DUKE PSYCHOLOGIST URGES CARE WITH PRE-JOB TESTING 
AUTHOR: MORE SAFEGUARDS NEEDED IN PSYCHOLOGICAL SCREENING FOR JOBS 



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CHH 1 10/14/1989 A 3 P N S17 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



JOB SEARCHING 

JOB HUNTING* CHAPEL HILL JOB FAIR DRAWS A CROWD OF RESUMES AND WORKERS CHH 

H IGH H OPES FOR A GOOD JOB MARKET/SUNDAY FOCUS: CAREER EXPECTATIONS CHH 

BETTER TIMES FOR JOB HUNTERS/SUNDAY FOCUSJ CAREER EXPECTATIONS CHH 

JOB TRAINING 

SEE ALSO APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO INROADS INC. 

SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 

SEE ALSO OLDER WORKER PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 

WOMAN COMPLETES TRAINING FOR FIRST JOB IN 14 YEARS 

OLDER WORKER PROGRAM BLOOMS AT FLOWER SHOP 

MORE TRIANGLE COMPANIES NEEDED IN JOBS PROGRAM 

TRAINING PROGRAMS OPEN DOORS TO JOBS 

N.C. RAISES, LOWERS TAXES AT SAME TIME 

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OFFERS JOB TRAINING, BARGAINS AT NEW STORE... 

JOB HUNTING 

SOCIAL SERVICES' SCHOOL FOR DAY-CARE OPERATORS HAS NINE STUDENTS 

JOBS PROGRAM SHELVED 

JOB-TRAINING TRUCE SOUGHT 

JOB TRAINING HERE IF STUDENTS USE IT 

LET'S FIX THE FLAT TIRE 

STUDENTS GET GLIMPSE OF CORPORATE AMERICA 

CONFLICT OF INTEREST DEBATE ENTANGLES BROWN 

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

JOB TRAINING OFFER MAY QUELL BROWN'S CITY GRANT REQUEST 

NCCU GETS GRANT COUNCILMAN BACKED 

PROGRAM HELPS MOTHERS BECOME DAY-CARE OPERATORS 

DURHAM AMONG CITIES IN RUNNING FOR ANTI-DROPOUT YOUTH PROGRAM 

YOUTH CORPS WOULD OFFER JOBS, TRAINING 

DROPOUTS COULD GET SKILLS TO IMPROVE LIVES 

NEW PROGRAM AIMS SKILLS AT PEOPLE IN POVERTY 

JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT 

TRAINING PROGRAMS OPEN DOORS TO JOBS 
STATE JOB PROGRAMS NEED EXTENSIVE REVIEW 
LET'S FIX THE FLAT TIRE 

JOGGING 

SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 



3/31/1989 A 
4/25/1989 A 



3 P P L38 
3 P N M25 



H 2 7/30/1989 C 1 U N36 



CHH 1 4/20/1989 A 
S 2 5/18/1989 A 



5 N 

6 P F S27 



2 1/14/1989 C 
2 2/18/1989 C 



1 

16 



N 

N D80 



1 4/25/1989 A 3 P N M25 
1 5/14/1989 A 1 C N S17 
1 5/14/1989 A 1 N S17 



S 


2 


1/03/1989 A 


1 P Q H65 


S 


2 


1/04/1989 A 


1 P Q H65 


S 


2 


1/05/1989 A 


1 P N H65 


s 


2 


1/06/1989 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


1/12/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


2/02/1989 C 


1 P N A54 


s 


2 


3/08/1989 C 


12 P P T37 


H 


2 


3/17/1989 C 


1 N A54 


H 


2 


4/06/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


5/02/1989 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


5/18/1989 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


5/29/1989 C 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 


6/22/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 


6/24/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 


6/28/1989 C 


3 N R63 


S 


2 


6/29/1989 C 


1 N C61 


s 


2 


9/13/1989 B 


1 N H65 


S 


2 


9/19/1989 C 


1 N S92 


H 


2 


9/20/1989 C 


5 N 


s 


2 


9/20/1989 A 


4 E 


s 


2 10/18/1989 B 


1 P N K65 


S 


2 


1/06/1989 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


5/10/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/18/1989 A 


4 E 



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FITNESS WEATHER 
NAP-TIME JOGGING 
FOGGY JOG? 

JOHN B. UMSTEAD HOSPITAL 

INSTEAD HOSPITAL NAMES BRINKLEY BUSINESS MANAGER „„_ linB , „ 

VOLUNTEERS WANTED TO HELP MENTAL PATIENTS PREPARE FOR OUTSIDE WORLD 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

PATIENT BEATING LEADS TO ARRESTS _ _ „„_ 

DENTIST'S LICENSE SUSPENDED IN UMSTEAD MALPRACTICE PROBE 

'DON'T JUST DO SOMETHING. BE THERE' 

CARCINOGEN LEVELS IN DRINKING WATER NO CAUSE FOR ALARM 

PATIENT CHARGED AFTER UMSTEAD WORKER STABBED __ 

OPERATION SANTA COLLECTS 6IFTS SPONSORS FOR BUTNER PATIENTS 

JOHN B. UMSTEAD HOSPITAL. DIRECTOR 
HOSPITAL DIRECTOR NAMED 

JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO CONSERVATIVES 
COMMUNISM NEAR COLLAPSE 

JOHN H. KERR RESERVOIR 
SEE KERR RESERVOIR 

IT8-WNY— B— GOODE ' S 

OPERATOR OF MOTELS TO ASK COMMISSIONERS FOR RELIEF FROM TAX PENALTIES 
COMMISSIONERS ASK CITY'S DELAY ADOPTING SEWAGE TREATMENT PLAN 

JOHNNY HANDSOME (FILM) 
BEAUTY IS SKIN DEEP 



JOHNNY QUEST (BAND) 

A 'FUNKY PARTY HOST' 



JOHNS-MANVILLE CORP. 

PROFESSOR CALLS CORPORATE 



FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE/ JOHNNY QUEST 



'ETHICS' LACKING 



JOHNSON & JOHNSON INC, 

EXECUTIVE TO SPEAK 

JOHNSON 4 JOHNSON CEO TALKS ETHICS TO STUDENTS ^^ 

DUKE BEGINNING HEALTH APPRAISALS WITH EMPLOYEES AT MEDICAL CENTER 
"MISS JANUARY" AN ADORABLE CALENDAR BABE (AGE 3) FROM DURHAM 

JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
N.C. CENTRAL SAILS TO VICTORY 
EAGLE DEFENSE DENIES SMITH 
EAGLES WRAP UP TITLE WITH WIN OVER SMITH 
SHERRILL FILLING THE BILL FOR GOLDEN BULLS 

JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
IT'S 'CRYING TIME' AGAIN IN THE CIAA 

JOHNSON MOTOR CO. 

SEE ALSO STAR BUICK _ 

COUNTY OKS SOCIAL SERVICES OR JAIL SITE 
COUNTY BOARD OKS PURCHASE OF MAIN STREET BUILDING 
CLEMENT CRITICIZES NEW COUNTY JAIL SITE 
COMMISSIONERS HURRY ACTION ON TEMPORARY JAIL 

JOHNSON STROWD WARD CO. „ „ „, 

A FRANKLIN STREET FIXTURE MOVES OUT OF TOWN 

JOHNSTON, ZABOR 4 ASSOCIATES INC. 

CITY SCHOOLS MAKE GRADE IN SURVEY 

JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS. U.S. 
GEN. POWELL EARNED HIS STARS 

JOINT ORANGE/CHATHAM COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY 



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D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 

H 

S 


1 1/19/1989 A 

2 4/03/1989 B 
2 10/27/1989 B 


1 P P L38 
1 P P K30 
9 P P T37 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 2/07/1989 C 
2 2/11/1989 C 
2 2/14/1989 A 
2 7/28/1989 A 
2 9/27/1989 A 

1 10/18/1989 C 

2 10/21/1989 A 

1 11/16/1989 C 

2 12/10/1989 A 


1 N 

1 N T33 

2 N 

1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 P N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 P N T33 



H 2 2/03/1989 C 3 N 



H 2 1/11/1989 A 4 L 



H 2 3/12/1989 B 
H 2 3/14/1989 C 



H 2 10/06/1989 D 
S 2 12/29/1989 D 
CHH 1 3/20/1989 A 



H 2 2/01/1989 C 
CHH 1 2/04/1989 A 
H 2 3/18/1989 B 
H 2 11/26/1989 B 



H 2 1/12/1989 D 

S 2 1/12/1989 B 

H 2 2/09/1989 B 

H 2 2/26/1989 C 



5 N A54 
1 N A54 



16 P R S92 
4 P F B71 
3 N S17 



2 H 

8 N 

3 N C60 
1 P N C60 



1 N P75 

3 P N P52 
1 N P75 

4 P N P75 



H 2 8/16/1989 D 1 P U P75 



S 2 4/25/1989 A 1 N H65 

H 2 4/27/1989 B 8 N A54 

S 2 11/16/1989 A 1 N Yll 

H 2 12/06/1989 C 1 P N S69 



CHH 1 3/11/1989 A 3 P N S17 
CHH 1 8/27/1989 A 3 N C62 

H 2 8/13/1989 D 4 E 



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SEE ORANGE/CHATHAM COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY 

JOINT ORANGE/CHATHAM COOPERATIVE WORK GROUP 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, 
SEE ALSO ORANGE/CHATHAM PLANNING AREA 

OFFICIAL RECOMMENDS CHATHAM COUNTY WITHDRAW FROM JOINT PLANNING TALKS 

COUNCIL TO HEAR WATERSHED PLAN 

BOARD BACKS WATERSHED MEASURES 

OWASA BACKS UNIVERSITY LAKE PROTECTION RULES 

WATERSHED PLAN GETS GROUP NOD 

SEWER PROHIBITION INTACT 

WATERSHED DECISIQNS7/WILL ZONING LIMITS HOLD UP IN COURT? 

VA. RULING SUPPORTS WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS 

IMPLEMENTING ZONING RESTRICTIONS REQUIRES 'A MAJOR COMMITMENT' 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL 

JORDAN HIGH RECEIVES BOMB THREAT 

PARKING LOT POTHOLES JAR JORDAN DRIVERS 

JORDAN LEADS PACK IN COLLEGE BOARDS 

SHS TO COMPETE IN MOOT COURT REGIONALS 

INTERNATIONAL ISSUES WAS TOPIC (CORRECTION PRINTED 4-16-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

AND IN THE CENTER RING... 

A BENEFIT FOR THE HOMELESS 

NOTHING MISSING AFTER JORDAN HIGH BREAK-IN 

OFF-FIELD FOOTBALL PREPARATION 

AT WORK IN THE FIELDS OF THE PIGSKIN 

GARRETT ROAD CLOSING CLOGS JORDAN TRAFFIC 

SAT SCORES DIP AT JORDAN; OFFICIALS SAY SYSTEM RISES 

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

MIRROR IMAGES OF ART 

DANCERS GLITTER AT JORDAN HIGH 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL, GRADUATION 

COUNTY SENIORS GRADUATE TONIGHT 

BIG DAY ARRIVES FOR SENIORS; ADVICE TRIED AND TRUE 

JORDAN GRADS GET SIMPLE RULES, ENCOURAGEMENT 

SCENES 

SCENES 

JORDAN SENIORS LOOKING DOWN THAT LONG ROAD 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL, STUDENTS 
WINDOW DRESSING 
SPRING DREAMING 
COMPUTER CAREERS 
FIRST WINNER 
SIGNING UP AT JORDAN 
JORDAN HIGH STUDENT DIES OF GUNSHOT 
SHOOTING DEATH STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION 
HELPING OUT THE HOMELESS 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND 

NEW UNIFORMS MAKE SPLASH AT JORDAN 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASEBALL 

CHEWNING HOLDS OFF JORDAN IN MIDDLE SCHOOL BASEBALL 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 
UNBEATEN FALCONS ROLL 
JORDAN J.V.'S WIN 31ST GAME IN A ROW 
HOT FALCONS FLY PAST ORANGE 
HILLSIDE NIPS JORDAN, 73-67 
HORNETS HALT FALCONS IN OT 
OVER THE TOP 

FALCONS' SWITCH STYMIES KNIGHTS 
FALCONS' ZONE SHUTS DOWN KNIGHTS 
FALCONS CAGE TIGERS 
JORDAN ROLLS OVER DURHAM 
FALCONS' EXPLOSION DEMOLISHES SOUTHERN 



CHH 1 


7/04/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 10/23/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


11/07/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


11/10/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 


3 N H25 


CHH 1 


11/26/1989 A 


1 M N M25 


CHH 1 


11/26/1989 A 


1 C N M25 


CHH 1 11/26/1989 A 


1 N M25 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 B 


9 N 


S 


2 


1/20/1989 A 


8 P U S76 


S 


2 


1/24/1989 A 


1 Q S92 


S 


2 


4/14/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


4/15/1989 B 


1 P N T37 


H 


2 


4/16/1989 A 


2 P N 


S 


2 


4/22/1989 B 


6 P P K30 


H 


2 


5/07/1989 D 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/06/1989 B 


12 N 


H 


2 


8/18/1989 C 


3 P P K30 


S 


2 


8/18/1989 C 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 


9/18/1989 A 


1 M N E33 


S 


2 


9/30/1989 A 


1 N S92 


S 


2 10/20/1989 B 


9PUT32 


H 


2 12/15/1989 C 


1 P P T32 


S 


2 12/15/1989 B 


12 P P T32 


S 


2 


6/15/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


6/16/1989 C 


1 P N K65 


S 


2 


6/16/1989 A 


1 P N K30 


S 


2 


6/16/1989 C 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 


6/16/1989 C 


1 P P S76 


H 


2 


6/17/1989 B 


1 P P T32 


S 


2 


1/13/1989 A 


10 P P S73 


S 


2 


1/21/1989 C 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 


5/19/1989 A 


10 P P S76 


S 


2 


6/08/1989 C 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 


9/16/1989 B 


1 P P S76 


H 


2 


9/22/1989 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


9/23/1989 C 


1 N 


S 


2 12/15/1989 B 


12 P P K30 


H 


2 


8/26/1989 B 


1 P U S76 


S 


2 


5/16/1989 B 


4 P U A76 


S 


2 


1/07/1989 B 


2 P N S73 


S 


2 


1/10/1989 D 


4 P U A76 


S 


2 


1/10/1989 D 


6 P N A76 


H 


2 


1/14/1989 D 


2 P N P75 


S 


2 


1/14/1989 B 


1 P N A76 


H 


2 


1/21/1989 B 


2 P P K30 


H 


2 


1/21/1989 B 


4 N M64 


S 


2 


1/21/1989 B 


1 P N A76 


S 


2 


1/24/1989 D 


2 P N A76 


H 


2 


2/01/1989 D 


2 N R54 


S 


2 


2/04/1989 B 


1 P N A76 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



ROGERS' FREE THROWS, 36 POINTS PROPEL HILLSIDE OVER JORDAN 

ROGERS, HILLSIDE HOLD OFF FALCONS 

JORDAN BLOWS PAST KNIGHTS, 68-48 

CHAPEL HILL, JORDAN PLAY FOR PAC-6 TITLE 

CAGED TIGER 

TIGERS TOP JORDAN FOR PAC-6 TITLE 

TIGERS STOP FALCONS IN PAC-6 FINALE 

VANCE, JORDAN ADVANCE 

JORDAN RIPS HOKE, 92-76 

FALCONS RALLY, ROLL OVER HOKE COUNTY 
HORNETS WIN; JORDAN FALLS __ 
BRANHAM'S 22 KEY FALCONS IN OPENER 
FALCONS SPOIL ANDREWS* DEBUT 
JORDAN RALLIES PAST WARRIERS 
JORDAN 61, DURHAM 50 

rogers, hillside blow by person 
falcons avoid upset at hands of spartans 
berry's 23 lead jordan to victory 

jordan high school sports, football 
experience: the best teacher 
break time 
knights are pac-6 favorites — again 

SPARTANS, FALCONS BATTLE FOR BRAGGING RIGHTS 
KICKOFF '89 _. 
JORDAN ROMPS PAST SOUTHERN 

FALCONS EXPLODE PAST SPARTANS 

DOUBLE VISION? GILL SEES ANOTHER MCGEORGE 
NASHBURN LEADS SOUTHERN ALAMANCE PAST JORDAN 
ROCKETS RUN TO VICTORY OVER FALCONS 
JORDAN 19, ORANGE 6 
FALCONS CONTROL ORANGE 

•BIG MAN' MCGEORGE GROWING USED TO LIMELIGHT 
DOBB LIFTS CHAPEL HILL PAST JORDAN __ 
JORDAN STOPS HORNETS ON FINAL PLAY FOR WIN 
LAST-SECOND DEFENSE SAVES FALCON VICTORY 
PLAYOFF BERTH WATSON'S GOAL 
CRUISIN' WOODCROFT _ 

RAZZLE-DAZZLE PLAY LIFTS JORDAN PAST VANCE 

NORTHERN WHIPS JORDAN, TAKES SIXTH STRAIGHT PAC-6 4-A TITLE 
MCGEORGE FOLLOWS FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS __ 
CHAPEL HILL-JORDAN! VICTOR TAKES PLAYOFF BERTH 
CHAPEL HILL RIPS JORDAN, 33-14, TO GRAB PLAYOFF SPOT 
TIGERS BOMB FALCONS 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, GOLF 

JORDAN WINS SECTIONAL; NORTHERN QUALIFIES THIRD 
FALCONS SOAR TO LEAD AT 4-A GOLF TOURNEY 
JORDAN GOLFERES WIN 4-A TITLE 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SOCCER_ _ „ m „ 
BARRINGERS GIVE JHS FIRST-RATE SOCCER FIELD 
JORDAN J.V. SOCCER GETS SEASON'S FIRST TASTE OF DEFEAT 
CAVS SPOIL JORDAN DEDICATION 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SWIMMING (BOYS) 
JORDAN TEAM WINS 1ST PLACE 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SWIMMING (GIRLS) 
JORDAN TEAM WINS 1ST PLACE 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, TENNIS (GIRLS) 
JORDAN'S GIRLS JUST KEEP ROLLING ALONG 
THOMAS OUSTED IN TENNIS QUARTERS 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, VOLLEYBALL 
POINT BARRAGE MAKES PERSON HISTORY 
JORDAN VOLLEYBALL STILL AHEAD OF THE REST 
JORDAN ROLLS TO PAC-6 TITLE 



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I T 


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E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 2/15/1989 D 


2 N 


S 


2 2/15/1989 D 


3 P N A76 


H 


2 2/22/1989 D 


2 N M64 


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 P N K30 


H 


2 3/01/1989 C 


2 N M64 


H 


2 3/10/1989 B 


1 P N R54 


S 


2 3/10/1989 D 


3 P N A76 


S 


2 3/11/1989 B 


3 P N T32 


H 


2 11/29/1989 D 


3 P N B40 


S 


2 11/29/1989 D 


3 P N P52 


H 


2 12/15/1989 B 


2 N 


H 


2 12/16/1989 D 


3 N G55 


H 


2 12/19/1989 D 


2 N B40 


S 


2 12/19/1989 D 


3 P N 


s 


2 12/28/1989 C 


2 N 


H 


2 8/02/1989 D 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 8/02/1989 D 


4 P P K30 


S 


2 8/23/1989 D 


9 P F P52 


s 


2 8/24/1989 B 


1 U P52 


H 


2 8/26/1989 D 


1 P P S73 


H 


2 8/26/1989 D 


3 P N B40 


S 


2 8/26/1989 B 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 8/31/1989 D 


3 P U B40 


H 


2 9/26/1989 B 


4 N G55 


H 


2 9/30/1989 D 


3 P N B40 


H 


2 10/07/1989 D 


3 N R54 


S 


2 10/07/1989 B 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 10/12/1989 B 


3 P N B40 


H 


2 10/12/1989 B 


3 N R54 


H 


2 10/14/1989 D 


3 P N G55 


S 


2 10/14/1989 C 


1 P N A76 


S 


2 10/18/1989 D 


2 P N P52 


H 


2 10/21/1989 B 


1 P P R56 


H 


2 10/21/1989 D 


3 P N G55 


S 


2 10/21/1989 B 


1 P N A76 


H 


2 10/28/1989 D 


3 P N G55 


S 


2 11/01/1989 D 


2 P N P52 


H 


2 11/03/1989 B 


1 N B40 


H 


2 11/04/1989 D 


3 P N B40 


S 


2 11/04/1989 B 


1 N P52 


H 


2 5/16/1989 B 


1 P N M64 


H 


2 5/23/1989 B 


1 P N R54 


H 


2 5/24/1989 D 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 9/05/1989 B 


3 P N A76 


S 


2 9/12/1989 B 


4 P N A76 


S 


2 9/21/1989 B 


5 P N A76 


S 


2 2/28/1989 D 


5 N A76 


S 


2 2/28/1989 D 


5 N A76 


S 


2 10/03/1989 D 


3 P N A76 


H 


2 11/02/1989 C 


3 N W55 


H 


2 9/14/1989 D 


3 U B40 


H 


2 9/28/1989 D 


3 P N B40 


H 


2 10/06/1989 B 


1 P N B40 



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JORDAN RIPS BROUGHTON FOR FIRST-ROUND VICTORY 

JORDAN ROLLS TO PLAYOFF WIN 

JORDAN RIPS HILLBROOK FOR SEMIS BERTH 

ANXIOUS FALCONS RIP PINECREST 

FALCONS SEEK FINAL UIN 

NOTHING HOKEY OR POKEY ABOUT JORDAN STATE TITLE 

FALCONS FLY HIGH OVER THE NET/1985 JORDAN HIGH VOLLEYBALL 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, WRESTLING 

JORDAN, NORTHERN VIE FOR AREA WRESTLING SUPREMACY 

JORDAN LAKE 

SEE B. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 

JOSE LIMON DANCE CO. 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
SOULFUL DANCES PERFORMED 
CHAPEL DANCE WAS LIMON VISION 
LIMON IN CHAPEL IS SPECTACLE AT BEST 
DUKE CHAPEL'S GRANDEUR FRAMES GLORIOUS DANCES 

JOSEPH M. AND KATHLEEN PRICE BRYAN COMMUNICATIONS CENTER 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. CENTER FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION 
LEGISLATORS GET SNEAK PREVIEW 

JOSEPH M. AND KATHLEEN PRICE BRYAN RESEARCH BUILDING 
SEE ALSO ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER 
SEE ALSO KATHLEEN PRICE AND JOSEPH M. BRYAN FAMILY FOUNDATION, INC, 

EXPERTS TO ATTEND DUKE CONFERENCE ON ALZHEIMER'S 

EXPERTS COMING TO DUKE FOR ALZHEIMER'S MEETING 

DUKE NEEDS 'ULTIMATE GIFT!' BRAINS FOR ALZHEIMER'S TESTS 

RESEARCH CENTER GOING UP 

DUKE PROCESS SPEEDS ALZHEIMER'S TESTS 

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
RJR, MEDICAL JOURNAL TRADE JABS 

JOURNALISM 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 

PRESS NEGLECTS WATCHDOG ROLE - LEWIS 

CUB REPORTERS HONE SKILLS AT SUMMER CAMP 

IT'S STILL AN UNPOLISHED PULPIT 

HIGH SCHOOL 24 YEARS LATER: STUDENTS HAVE CARS, ASK GOOD QUESTIONS 

JOURNALISTIC ETHICS 

SEE ALSO ACCURACY IN MEDIA INC. (AIM) 
SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 

A STONE FOR A STONE 

PUBLIC DESERVES BETTER THAN LIES 

NEWSPAPER KNEW COLUMNIST'S AFFILIATIONS 

JUDAISM 

SEE ALSO HANUKKAH 
SEE ALSO JEWS 
THE KOSHER MORMON? 

JUDEA REFORM CONGREGATION 
SEE ALSO HANUKKAH 
SEE ALSO JEWS 
SEE ALSO PASSOVER 
BIRTHDAY BASH FOR GOOD CAUSE 

JUDGE GALLERY 

PICASSO EXHIBITION 

DURHAM GALLERY OPENS SHOW OF MOLDOVAN, CHAGALL 

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



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-PG L P BYL 


H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 


2 10/11/1989 D 
2 10/13/1989 B 
2 10/18/1989 D 
2 10/20/1989 B 
2 10/26/1989 B 
2 10/29/1989 C 
2 12/27/1989 D 


3 P N U55 
2 N B40 
2 N M64 
1 P N B40 

4 P N A76 
1 P N B40 
1 P G B40 


H 


2 12/14/1989 C 


3 P N B40 



S 2 4/13/1989 D 3 P N B71 

H 2 4/14/1989 D 4 P F B80 

H 2 4/18/1989 B 7 R L59 

S 2 4/20/1989 D 4 R L34 



CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 3 P N D38 



H 


2 


1/13/1989 C 


4 N 


S 


2 


1/16/1989 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


6/01/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


7/25/1989 B 


5 P P T32 


H 


2 


8/14/1989 A 


1 N 



H 2 1/18/1989 D 5 N 



CHH 1 4/19/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/07/1989 A 
H 2 9/30/1989 A 
H 2 12/10/1989 B 



H 2 1/15/1989 C 
H 2 8/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/01/1989 A 



7 N 

3 P N C62 

4 U G33 
1 U N36 



1 P U M14 
4 E 
4 U 



CHH 1 9/25/1989 A 3 P N S17 



H 2 12/12/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 1/20/1989 A 6 P N N36 
H 2 5/28/1989 E 11 N 
H 2 6/05/1989 A 6 P F Zll 



JUDGES, DURHAM COUNTY 



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SEE ALSO COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY 
NEW SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE 
NEU JUDGE 

DURHAM COUNTY BAR TO NARROW LIST OF JUDGESHIP CANDIDATES 

6 LAWYERS WE FOR DURHAM DISTRICT COURT JUDGESHIP 

LAWYER HARRIET HOPKINS LEADS VOTING FOR VACANT JUDGESHIP 

STANBACK NAMED TO JUDGESHIP 

NOMINATIONS STAND ON DISTRICT JUDGE 

•MILESTONE,' JUDGE SAYS OF SWEARING IN 

GOVERNOR NAMES WILUAM MANSON TO JUDGE'S SEAT 

JUDGE UAPNER RECOGNIZES BANE ON TV 

BAR ASSOCIATION RECOGNIZES JUDGES 

NEW DISTRICT COURT JUDGE TO BE SWORN IN 

JUDGE MANSON SWORN IN 

NEU JUDGE 

JUDICIAL TIFF DOESN'T SERVE DURHAM WELL 

LABARRE'S COLLEAGUES AMBIVALENT ON PROBE OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

NEU PLAN TO END 'JUDGE SHOPPING' 

NEU COURT PLAN MAY UNTANGLE WEB OF DELAY 

JUDGE GETS TOUGH WITH PEOPLE WHO LAG ON PAYING OFF FINES 

JUDGE GETS ALL KINDS OF EXCUSES FOR AVOIDING JURY DUTY 

"SECOND-CLASS" TREATMENT RIPPED BY JUDGE LABARRE 

DURHAM COUNTY COURTHOUSE GRIEVES DEATH OF "IDEAL" JUDGE THOMAS LEE 

OFF BENCH, HIS HONOR BECOMES JUST PLAIN BILL 

ADS LIST JUDGE BECTON AS MEMBER OF LAW FIRM 

JUDGES, DURHAM COUNTY, ELECTIONS 

DISTRICT ATTOFJCY TO RUN FOR SUPERIOR COURT BENCH 
DISTRICT ATTORNEY TO SEEK SUPERIOR COURT JUDGESHIP 
DELAY DISRUPTS DURHAM PLANS 

JUDGES, N.C. 

ecir aj cfj HURTS N C 

SEE ALSO CRIMES! n!c (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CRIMES) 

SEE ALSO CRIHINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C, MERIT SELECTION 

SEE ALSO JUDICIAL DISTRICTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. SUPREME COURT 

KEEP BALLOT ISSUES SEPARATE 

PEELE RESIGNS CHIEF DISTRICT JUDGE POST 

•DEADLIEST-D.A.' REPUTATION TRAILS BRITT TO DURHAM COURTS 

STORM MAY CRIMP JUDGES' GAME (GOLF) 

JUDGE TO RESIGN EFFECTIVE FEB. 9 

JUDGES, N.C, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C 
N.C URGED TO ABANDON PARTISAN JUDICIAL ELECTIONS ^_ ttv 
EXUM BACKS APPOINTIVE SYSTEM. SAYS PARTISAN ELECTIONS THREATEN QUALITY 
APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES GETS GOOD ARGUMENT 

CHIEF JUSTICE SAYS THIS IS PERFECT TIME TO ELIMINATE ELECTION OF JUDGES 
JUDICIAL SELECTION CHANGE URGED 

DEBATE ON CHOOSING JUDGES DIVIDES MEMBERS OF JUDICIARY 
TWIGGS SKIP'S CHANCE FOR BABY ANALOGY 
PANEL DEBATES COMPROMISE ON SELECTING JUDGES 
MOVE TO SCRAP ELECTIONS OF APPELLATE JUDGES GAINS 
JUDGE SELECTION BILL BARELY CLEARS SENATE 

JUDGES, N.C, FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE LAWS 

SEE ALSO FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE LAWS _ " 
TWO FEDERAL JUDGES IN N.C SAY ASSETS MAY TOP $1 MILLION 

JUDGES, N.C, MERIT SELECTION 

CHANGE URGED IN WAY JUDGES ARE SELECTED 

APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES GETS GOOD ARGUMENT 

DEBATE ON CHOOSING JUDGES DIVIDES MEMBERS OF JUDICIAL 

SPONSOR SCALES BACK HIS BILL ON SELECTION OF JUDGES 

BILL ADVANCES ON SELECTION OF APPELLATE JUDGES 

COURT UNIFICATION VOTE BY JUDGES DUE IN FALL 



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2 


1/03/1989 C 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 


1/03/1989 B 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 


1/07/1989 A 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/09/1989 A 


1 N S82 


H 


2 


1/21/1989 B 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 A 


1 N S82 


H 


2 


1/26/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 C 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


3/01/1989 C 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


3/07/1989 A 


10 P N S82 


H 


2 


3/11/1989 C 


6 P P K30 


H 


2 


3/15/1989 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/16/1989 C 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 


3/16/1989 C 


1 P P T37 


s 


2 


3/29/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/04/1989 C 


1 N S82 


H 


2 


6/05/1989 A 


1 P N S82 


S 


2 


6/06/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


7/12/1989 C 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


8/27/1989 C 


1 N S82 


H 


2 11/05/1989 B 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


11/15/1989 A 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 11/26/1989 B 


1 P N S82 


S 


2 12/16/1989 B 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


9/10/1989 B 


1 P N S82 


S 


2 


9/11/1989 A 


6 N B53 


H 


2 12/04/1989 A 


1 P N S82 



S 


2 


2/08/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 


1 


4/14/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 


8/27/1989 A 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


9/21/1989 C 


4 N 382 


S 


2 12/19/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


2/02/1989 D 


4 N 


H 


2 


2/09/1989 B 


4 P N 


S 


2 


2/11/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


3/09/1989 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 


3/09/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


3/20/1989 B 


1 N L40 


S 


2 


3/28/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


4/06/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


5/04/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/05/1989 A 


14 N 



H 2 6/08/1989 B 6 N 



H 


1 


1/07/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


2/11/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


3/20/1989 B 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


3/30/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


7/23/1989 B 


1 


N S32 



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JUDGES, N.C, SALARIES 

"SECOND-CLASS" TREATMENT RIPPED BY JUDGE LABARRE 

JUDICIAL COURT SYSTEM 

SIMPLE LAUS NOT LIKELY 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT 15-B 

PEELE RESIGNS CHIEF DISTRICT JUDGE POST 
PEELE TO RELINQUISH CHIEF DISTRICT POST 

JUDICIAL DISTRICTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C. 
GOP LEGISLATOR BLASTS LOBBYING BY MARTIN ON JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

JUGGLING 

CONCENTRATION 
IMPROMPTU JUGGLER 
DUKE'S A JUGGLING ACT 
SEARCHING FOR HANDLE 
UP IN THE AIR 

JUILLIARD STRING QUARTET 

JUILUARD QUARTET AGAIN DISPLAYS ITS VIRTUOSITY 

JUKEBOXES 

PUT ANOTHER NICKEL IN...? 



JULY 4 

SEE ALSO FESTIVAL FOR THE ENO 
FIREWORKS SET FOR WADE STADIUM 
BIGGER BANG PLANNED FOR FOURTH FIREWORKS 
JULY 4TH FIREWORKS AT DUKE 

OUR FOUNDING FATHERS NEVER DREAMED OF A JULY 4TH CELEBRATION LIKE THIS! 
FIREWORKS, FUN ON TAP 
MOST WORKERS GET JULY 4 OFF 
OFFICES TO BE CLOSED FOR JULY FOURTH HOLIDAY 
THERE'S PLENTY TO DO ON JULY 4TH 
PLAY THAT SONG AGAIN, MAURICE 
'FUN FAMILY FOURTH' PLANNED 
A GLORIOUS FOURTH,- WHERE TO ENJOY THIS HOLIDAY 
FOURTH OF JULY; SUMMER CELEBRATION SET AT SNOW CAMP 
FOURTH OF JULY; DANVILLE, VA., PLANS 3-DAY CELEBRATION 
HOLIDAY GASOLINE NEWS MIXED 
HOLIDAY CLOSINGS 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

REVOLUTIONARY WAR BATTLE SHIFTED TO WAKE FOREST FOR JULY 4 
A DAY TO LOVE YOUR LIBERTY 
VOTING BEST WAY TO SHOW INDEPENDENCE 
RAIN MAY DAMPEN CELEBRATIONS 
STAGE SET FOR THE FOURTH 
FIREWORKS, FUN FILL FOURTH FESTIVITIES 
CHERISH FREEDOM IN U.S. 
FOOT-STOMPING MUSIC ENLIVENS FESTIVAL 
LAWMAKERS HOLD JULY 4TH SESSION 
PATRIOTS TURN OUT FOR SOGGY CELEBRATION 
POLICE ARREST 50 ON DWI 
POLICE SAY 3 STABBED IN 2 JULY 4 ARGUMENTS 
JULY 4 A SLAM-BANG BLEND OF FOOD, FUN 
4TH OF JULY A UNIQUELY AMERICAN HOLIDAY 

JUMP ROPES 

OAK GROVE PUPILS, FACULTY PUT HEARTS INTO PROJECT 
SKIPPIN' TILL SCHOOL STARTS 

JUNIOR COLLEGE SPORTS 

RECRUITING '89; ACC RETURNS TO PREP PROSPECTS 



H 2 11/05/1989 B 1 P N S82 
S 2 8/16/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 1 P N R63 
CKH 1 8/23/1989 A 3 N H90 



S 2 6/16/1989 A 5 J Oil 



CHH 

CHH 

S 

H 

CHH 



1/27/1989 A 
9/04/1989 A 
9/12/1989 C 
9/19/1989 B 
10/09/1989 A 



L38 
T44 
S73 
S73 
T44 



H 2 9/26/1989 A 6 R L59 
S 2 7/06/1989 A 1 D N C61 



H 2 
CHH 1 
S 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



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



6/14/1989 B 

6/15/1989 A 

6/20/1989 D 

6/21/1989 D 

6/28/1989 C 

6/28/1989 B 

6/29/1989 B 

6/29/1989 D 

6/29/1989 

6/29/1989 

6/30/1989 

6/30/1989 

6/30/1989 

6/30/1989 

6/30/1989 

7/01/1989 

7/01/1989 

7/03/1989 

7/03/1989 

7/04/1989 

7/04/1989 

7/04/1989 

7/04/1989 

7/05/1989 

7/05/1989 

7/05/1989 

7/05/1989 

7/05/1989 

7/05/1989 B 

7/11/1989 D 



6 
3 
4 
4 
1 
1 
3 
8 
10 
11 
12 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
3 
4 
4 
1 
3 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
14 
1 
4 



N 
N 

N A76 
A 
N 
N 
I 
P 

F B71 
F B71 
F Zll 
N H60 
N H60 
N D38 
N S17 
N 

N H60 
E 

U M06 
N N36 
P L38 
N 
E 

N C60 
N L40 
N C62 
N 
N 

N S92 
J A76 



2 4/01/1989 C 
2 8/12/1989 C 



1 P N J40 
1 P P T44 



S 2 5/17/1989 D 1 P U F25 



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JUNIOR LEAGUE INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS FOR 1989-90 
JUNIOR LEAGUE HAS NEW OFFICERS 

JUNIOR LEAGUE OF DURHAM AND ORANGE COUNTIES, BARGAIN SALE 
BARGAINS GALORE 

JUNIOR MISS _ 

SEE TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 

JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

SEE NATIONAL JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

JUK STREFpNEAR OMNI COMPLEX BECOMES ONE-CAR JUNK YARD 

JIM MAIL 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO DURHAM POST OFFICE 
BULK MAIL NOT JUNK TO ALL 

JUNK YARDS 

HILLSBOROUGH TARGETS JUNKERS 
THE JUNK POLICE ARE COMING 



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5/14/1989 E 
5/17/1989 C 



S 2 11/04/1989 A 5 P P T32 



H 2 3/18/1989 C 1 P N S69 



S 2 7/12/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 
CHH 



1 3/03/1989 A 
1 3/05/1989 A 



JURY DUTY 

SEE ALSO COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. ^^ 

Tronic T&iN ] HUR]y R cwvicTioN: mrs. stager listed as potential juror h 

JUDGE GETS ALL KINDS OF EXCUSES FOR AVOIDING JURY DUTY H 



JURY INSTRUCTION 

S^TT^C^^lffi^^ITURE SALES RESTRICTIONS 
INSTRUCTION MIXES MESSAGE TO JURORS 

JURY SELECTION 

AND THEN THERE'S THE NORTH JURY 
5 JURORS PICKED FOR STAGER TRIAL 



7/19/1989 C 
8/27/1989 C 



H 2 5/09/1989 C 
H 2 5/11/1989 B 
S 2 5/17/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 
H 2 5/03/1989 C 



1 P N R63 
4 E 



N S82 
N S82 



2 N 
4 N 
4 E 



U H90 
N S82 



JUST MATTRESSES 

JUST MATTRESSES (AD) 

JUVENILE COURTS 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 
SEE ALSO JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM 
AGE 16 ADULT CLASSIFICATION BLASTED 

JUVENILE CRIME 

SEE ALSO CRIMES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 

POLICE LOG/HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS CHARGED 

4-H DEVELOPS PROGRAM TO CUT JUVENILE CRIME Krmtnm 

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

AGE 16 ADULT CLASSIFICATION BLASTED 

DURHAM YOUTH GETS TOP PRIORITY 

JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE COURTS 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE CRIME 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM 
YOUTH BOARD SEEKS GRANT APPLICATIONS 
POLICE LOG/TEEN FACES DELIQUENCY CHARGES 
POLICE LOG/SECOND TEEN CHARGED IN DROP BOX INCIDENT 
COUNSELOR TRIES TO STEER YOUTHS AUAY FROM TROUBLE _„_ 
Cm SCHOOLS ASK POLICE, MERCHANTS' AID IN FIGHTING TRUANCY 
MOTHER OF DURHAM YOUTH UITH LEGAL WOES GOES TO JAIL 
MOTHER RELEASED FROM JAIL; TELLS JUDGE SHE WILL COOPERATE 



S 2 4/19/1989 F 9 D A 



H 2 12/14/1989 B 2 N 



0« 1 2/25/1989 A 


8 


N 


S 2 7/29/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


H 2 9/13/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 2 12/14/1989 B 


2 


N 


S 2 12/27/1989 A 


1 


N H65 



H 

CHH 1 

CHH 

S 

H 

H 

H 



3/16/1989 B 
4/15/1989 A 
4/19/1989 
7/04/1989 
8/16/1989 
10/18/1989 
10/20/1989 



8 
10 
1 
3 
1 
1 



N 
N 
N 
N H65 

N C47 
N S82 
N S82 



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COURT-ORDERED HOTHERLY LOVE 

JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO JUVENILE COURTS 
SEE ALSO JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 
PUNISHING ACCORDING TO DEED 

K-MART (AVONDALE DRIVE) 

AVONDALE PLAZA GETS *6-MILLI0N EXPANSION 

EXPANSION UNDER WAY AT K MART PLAZA 

K MART PLAZA MAY SQUEEZE TRAFFIC 

COUNCIL UNSURE WHETHER TO UIDEN E. CLUB BLVD. 

ROADWORK DELAY MAY COST TAXPAYERS PLENTY 

COUNCIL OKS EAST CLUB WIDENING 

PHAR MOR BUILDING 

K-MART (PARKWAY PLAZA) 

POLICE LOG/ARRESTS FOLLOW FIGHT AT GAME 

K-MART STORES 

POLICE LOG/STORE MISSING OVER $13,000 IN CLOTHING 

KGB CHICKEN 

SEE THE CHICKEN (FORMERLY KNOWN AS KGB CHICKEN OF SAN DIEGO) 

KAISER-fERMANENTE MEDICAL CARE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS 
2 DURHAM HMOS AMONG N.C.'S MONEY-LOSERS 
KAISER PERMANENTE OPENING MEDICAL OFFICE 
KAISER PLANNING EXPANSION 

KAISER ROTH HOSIERY MILL 

SEE KAYSER-ROTH HOSIERY CORP. OF BURLINGTON 

KANSAS STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
FOX SLAM IGNITES TAR HEELS 

KAPPA ALPHA PSI 

JUSTICE HENRY FRYE TO SPEAK SUNDAY AT FRATERNITY EVENT 
FRATERNITY 'ADOPTS' 25 HARRIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS 
FRATERNITY TO HONOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 

KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 

NOT THE SEASON FOR ROCKIN' 

KAPPA SIGMA 

HOOP EVENT AIDS AREA CHARITY 

DUKE, UNC FRATERNITIES RUN FOR CHARITY 

PASSING THE BALL 

ON THE RUN 

KARATE 

SEE ALSO SELF-DEFENSE 
DEFENSIVE POSTURE 

KATE B. REYNOLDS HEALTH CARE TRUST 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 
UNC AWARDED HOME-HOSPICE CARE GRANT 
GIFT HELPS RED CROSS DRIVE 
ADULT DAY-CARE CENTER NOW CLOSER TO REALITY, GROUP SAYS 

KATHLEEN PRICE AND JOSEPH M. BRYAN FAMILY FOUNDATION, INC. 

SEE ALSO JOSEPH M. AND KATHLEEN PRICE BRYAN RESEARCH BUILDING 
♦50,000 GRANT TO ASSIST GRANVILLE PROJECT LIFT 

KAYAKS 

SEE ALSO BOATS 
STREAM'S UP! 
THE CALL OF THE WATER 



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H 2 5/24/1989 A 4 E 



3/20/1989 
3/21/1989 
3/21/1989 
7/25/1989 
7/27/1989 
8/22/1989 
9/24/1989 



1 PN S92 
1 M N 
1 P N S78 
1 N CM 
4 E 
1 N C61 
1 P P M66 



H 2 12/23/1989 B 1 N 
H 2 12/29/1989 C 1 N R63 



S 2 3/23/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 6/06/1989 B 4 N C60 
CHH 1 7/06/1989 A 3 N M25 



H 2 12/24/1989 C 1 P N M88 



2 1/13/1989 C 
2 4/13/1989 C 
2 5/08/1989 A 



3 P N 

2 N 

10 N 



CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 3 P P L38 



CHH 1 4/04/1989 A 
S 2 11/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 
S 2 11/20/1989 A 



3 N 
3 N 
9 P P C45 
8 P P C45 



S 2 8/11/1989 C 1 P P T32 



CHH 1 1/05/1989 A 
S 2 6/20/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/25/1989 A 



1 N 

1 N M25 



H 1 5/25/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 2 3/01/1989 C 
CHH 1 3/01/1989 A 



1 P P L38 
1 P P L3B 



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CHH 1 6/01/1989 A 7 P P L38 
H 2 5/24/1989 C 1 HT33 



H 2 3/10/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 12/23/1989 B 1 N 



5/25/1989 
6/17/1989 
6/21/1989 
7/28/1989 
8/24/1989 
8/25/1989 



HIGH WATER ON THE HAW 

KAYSER-ROTH HOSIERY CORP. Of BURLINGTON 
CL0SIN6 COST CREEDMOOR 100 JOBS 

KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO LITTER 
VOLUNTEERS UILL UN-TRASH DURHAM 
DOT GETS SERVICE CITATION FOR BEAUTIFICATION PROGRAM 

KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL SYSTEM OF DURHAM-DURHAM CO. 
SEE ALSO GARBAGE COLLECTION, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO LITTER 

CLEAN-UP PROGRAM NEEDS HELP 

ANTI-LITTER GROUP GETS NEW CHIEF 

NEU OFFICERS, AWARD WINNERS 

'MR. DID'S' MAGICIAN FRIEND SAYS MAKE TRASH DISAPPEAR 

MISS DURHAM PAGEANT SET 

PAGEANT HAS RIGHT FOCUS 

KEEP GRANVILLE COUNTY BEAUTIFUL 
SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY, N.C. 

•GARBAGE BAGS' MAKE POINT ON WASTE PLAN 

KEEP N.C. BEAUTIFUL, INC. 
SEE ALSO LITTER 
STUDENTS TO LOOK AT RECYCLING 

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

KEN£*I ENTERPRISE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL FRANK HAWKINS KENAN INST. OF PRIVATE ENTERPRISE 

SEE ALSO WILLIAM R, KENAN JR. CHARITABLE TRUST OF NEW YORK «-»««» a 

3 RECEIVE UNC'S KENAN ENTERPRISE AWARDS H 2 3/22/1989 A 

KEN SEE I UNIv! U OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL FRANK HAWKINS KENAN INST, OF PRIVATE ENTERPRISE 
SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL WILLIAM R. KENAN JR. CENTER 



4 

1 
7 
1 

11 
4 



E 

N T77 
P K30 
N R60 
N S22 
E 



H 1 10/17/1989 C 1 N T33 



CHH 1 9/02/1989 A 7 N 



10 P N 



KENAN TRANSPORT CO. 

KENAN'S INCOME UP IN '88 
KENAN INCOME DIPS 

SEE WILLIAM R. KENAN JR. CHARITABLE TRUST OF i€W YORK 

KENNEDY CENTER SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
COBLE AMONG 8 RECEIVING NATIONAL HONOR 

KEN'S QUICKIE MART (WEST TRINITY AVE.) 
GUNMAN ROBS MART 
HOSTAGE TAKEN IN HOLDUP 
KEN'S QUICKIE MART ROBBERS ELUDE POLICE 

HOSTAGE BELIEVED ACCOMPLICE 

POLICE SAY ARRESTS OF SIX SOLVE 17 ARMED ROBBERIES 

KENT STATE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

FOR CRUM, FLASH IS HIS TEAM, NOT STYLE __ 

KENT STATE FLASHES EARLY, BUT PACK FINISHES STRONG FOR WIN 

KENTUCKY, SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

SEE UNIV. OF KENTUCKY SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

KENWOOD APARTMENTS (FORMERLY HILLSBOROUGH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUILDING) 
POLICE STALK KENWOOD ARSONIST „ _ 

KENWOOD CLEANUP' SCHEDULED, POLICE, SBI CONTINUE TO WORK ON... CASE 
POLICE SEEK HELP WITH ARSON CASE 



H 2 2/07/1989 A 8 N 
S 2 5/08/1989 A 6 N 



H 2 2/28/1989 C 1 P N 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1/20/1989 C 
2/05/1989 B 
2/06/1989 C 
2/07/1989 C 
3/21/1989 C 



N 
N 

N M51 
N 
N M51 



2 9/30/1989 D 
2 10/01/1989 C 



CHH 1 2/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/24/1989 A 



1 P N C49 
5 N M64 



1 P N R63 
1 P N H90 
1 N H90 



KERATOPROSTHESIS 



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EYE DEVICE DEVELOPED AT DUKE HAY ELIMINATE SURGERY COMPLICATION 

KERR LAKE 

SEE ALSO KERR RESERVOIR 
2.2 MILLION VISITORS DRAWN TO AREA LAKES, PARKS IN 1988 
VISITORS, TIME HAVE TAKEN TOLL ON KERR LAKE PARKS 
HENDERSON MAN DROWNS IN KERR LAKE 
FOGGY FISHING 

KERR LAKE REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO REGIONAL WATER SYSTEMS 
FRANKLIN RECEIVES NOD FROM OXFORD FOR WATER STUDY 



H 2 1/25/1989 C 8 N D80 



H 2 1/20/1989 C 1 N H60 

H 2 1/31/1989 B 1 N H60 

H 2 7/05/1989 C 1 N 

H 2 11/07/1989 B 5 P P S76 



H 1 4/19/1989 C 1 N T33 



KERR RESERVOIR 

typ ALSO KERR LAKE 
2.2 MILLION VISITORS DRAWN TO AREA LAKES, PARKS IN 



1988 



H 2 1/20/1989 C 



KERR-TAR COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 

SEE ALSO COUNCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENTS 
KERR-TAR REGIONAL COUNCIL AUTHORIZES STUDY ON OPTIONS FOR WASTE DISPOSAL H 1 2/02/1989 C 
REGION K COUNTIES STUDY XINT LANDFILL H 2 12/22/1989 C 



KERR-VANCE ACADEMY 

VANCE COACH DROWNS IN RESCUE TRY 



KEY LIME PIE 
SEE ALSO LIMES 
KEY LIME PIE; 



IT'S THE LIMES THAT DO IT 



KEY VOLUNTEER 

SEE ALSO VOLUNTEERS, DURHAM 
VOLUNTEERS FIND HELPING IS NOT A ONE-WAY STREET 
SPOTLIGHT ON VOLUNTEERS 
VOLUNTEERS HONORED AT LUNCHEON 

DURHAM MORNING HERALD SALUTES KEY VOLUNTEERS (CORRECTED 4-14-89) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
FROM THE HEART: NINE ARE HONORED AS VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR 

KIDNAPPING, CARRBORO 

DRUG, KIDNAP CHARGES FILED 

ATWATER ASSAULT CHARGES DROPPED 

CUSTODY RIGHTS UNCLEAR IN CARRBORO PRESCHOOL CASE 

AISTROP WON'T BE CHARGED, OFFICER SAYS 

KIDNAPPING, CHAPEL HILL 

KIDNAPPING ATTEMPT INVESTIGATED 

KIDNAPPING, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HOSTAGES, DURHAM 
FOR THIRD TIME, COURT IMPOSES 30-YEAR TERM 
POLICE CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH ABDUCTING TAXI DRIVER 
ROBBER KIDNAPS CAB DRIVER, WRECKS TAXI 
DURHAM POLICE ARREST 2 IN CONVENIENCE-STORE HOLDUP 
DURHAM KIDNAPPER TAKES MOTHER, CHILD 
WOMAN, BABY UNHARMED IN KIDNAPPING, ROBBERY 
POLICE SEEK FOUR IN RAPE, KIDNAPPING 
EMPLOYEES OF LAWN CARE FIRM ACCUSED OF KIDNAPPING, RAPE 
KIDNAPPING, RELATED CHARGES AGAINTS LAWYER DISMISSED 
PROSECUTORS DROP CHARGES 
RAPE, KIDNAPPING CHARGES LODGED 

POLICE LOG/ASKED FOR DIRECTIONS, MAN ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 
CHILD ASLEEP WHEN CAR STOLEN GETS WILD RIDE 
POLICE LOG/MAN SAYS HE WAS HELD IN TRUNK OF HIS CAR 
POLICE LOG/SHOTS LEAVE MAN WITH MULTIPLE WOUNDS 
POLICE LOG/BABY RESCUED FROM STOLEN, WRECKED AUTO 
ROBBERY, KIDNAPPINGS GET MAN 32-YEAR TERM 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

POLICE LOG/THREATENED WOMAN ALERTS POLICEMAN 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN CITED IN ROBBERY OF NEIGHBOR, 80 
STEALING CAR WITH SLEEPING CHILD DRAWS 12-YEAR SENTENCE 



2/26/1989 F 
4/12/1989 C 
4/13/1989 B 
4/13/1989 B 
4/14/1989 A 
4/17/1989 B 



CHH 1 7/19/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 



N H60 



1 N H60 
1 N T33 



H 2 7/18/1989 A 1 N 



H 2 8/30/1989 B 1 P F S56 



F Zll 
P S73 
N S56 
F 
N 
N S56 



3 N M70 

1 N M70 

1 N M70 

1 N M70 



CHH 1 10/24/1989 A 3 N 



H 


2 1/27/1989 C 


1 


N S32 


S 


2 2/07/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 2/08/1989 C 


4 


N M51 


S 


2 2/27/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 4/19/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 4/20/1989 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 4/21/1989 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 5/02/1989 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 5/21/1989 B 


8 


N S82 


S 


2 5/26/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 6/17/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 8/06/1989 B 


4 


N M51 


H 


2 9/17/1989 B 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 9/30/1989 D 




N 


H 


2 10/15/1989 A 


13 


N M51 


H 


2 10/20/1989 C 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 11/09/1989 C 


1 


N S32 


H 


2 11/10/1989 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 11/13/1989 B 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 11/29/1989 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 12/13/1989 C 


3 


N S32 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



WOOD SENTENCED TO 12-YEAR TERM 

KIDNAPPING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOSTAGES, N.C. 
WOMAN SENTENCED TO 12 YEARS IN PRISON FOR ABDUCTING BABY 

INSANITY DEFENSE DEBATE GOES ON vim 

OPPONENTS DELAY VOTE ON ALLOWING DAY-CARE SPANKINGS 
KIDNAP SUSPECT RETURNED TO CHATHAM 

KIDNAPPING, ORANGE COUNTY _ t „ 

RIGGSBEE GETS 15 YEARS FOR CARRBORO KIDNAPPING 

TWO CHARGED IN KIDNAPPING, SEXUAL ASSAULT INCIDENT 

ANOTHER CHARGED IN SEX CAPTIVE CASE 

ATWATER GETS BOND REDUCED 

SEX OFFENSE CHARGES AGAINST THREE SENT TO GRAND JURY 

KIDNAPPING U S 

FORMER AIDE FOR HELMS, EAST FACES KIDNAPPING, SODOMY CHARGES 

KIDNEY DISEASE 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
WOMAN LOSES SUIT AGAINST UROLOGIST 

TYLENOL LINK TO CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IS RED FLAG— DOCTOR 
LOW-fROTEIN DIET PART OF KIDNEY DISEASE STUDY 

KIDNEY TRANSPLANTS 

SEE ALSO ORGAN DONORS AND TRANSPLANTS 
SEE ALSO PANCREAS-KIDNEY TRANSPLANT 
RESIDENTS PITCH IN FOR TRANSPLANT PATIENT 
BARBECUE TO OFFSET KIDNEY TRANSPLANT COSTS 
BENEFIT PLANNED BY FRIENDS FOR KIDNEY RECIPIENT 

KIDSCOPE 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 
AGENCIES TO SEEK BIGGER SHARE 

THE KILLING FIELDS (FILM) 

CAMP SURVIVOR SAYS HE'S LIVING 'SECOND LIFE' 

KINDERGARTENS, DURHAM mi 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, KINDERGARTEN 

KINDERGARTENS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C. _„ 

TOO MANY KINDERGARTENERS HELD BACK, UNC STUDY SAYS 

EDUCATORS PICKED FOR TASK FORCE 

OFFICIALS FAVOR NEW PRE-SCHOOL EFFORTS 

KING Tf^lisB^J&H°SHJFFLEi 'DOWNTOWN SHOPS ARE MOVING IN, OUT AND ABOUT 

KINGS' DAUGHTERS HOME 
DOGGONE PROGRAM 

N.C. 'TOWN IS NAMED FOR MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. 

"^'PROFESSOR PUBLISHING' UNDER FIRE; COPY COMPANIES DEFEND POLICIES 
KINKO'S MANAGER SAYS COMPANY TO FIGHT COPYRIGHT SUIT 

KINSTON INDIANS (BASEBALL TEAM) 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEAGUE 
BULLS RALLY PAST INDIANS, 7-4; STOKER POSTS FIRST 1989 WIN 
BULLS STREAK PAST INDIANS, 9-4 
TODD'S DOUBLE LIFTS BULLS OVER INDIANS 
BULLS RALLY IN 11TH, COMPLETE SWEEP OF INDIANS 
BURLINGAME, BULLS SKIP PAST INDIANS 



-DATE- 



I T 

L Y 

-TO L P 



BYL 



S 2 12/13/1989 C 6 N 



H 2 4/06/1989 B 10 N 

H 2 4/10/1989 B 1 N 

H 2 7/08/1989 A 6 N 

CHH 1 9/02/1989 A 1 N M25 



CHH 1 


2/09/1989 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


7/26/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


7/28/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/17/1989 A 


1 


N M70 



H 2 6/19/1989 B 2 N 



CHH 1 1/21/1989 A 3 N H90 
H 2 5/13/1989 C 18 N K65 
H 2 12/13/1989 C 1 N C60 



CHH 1 1/28/1989 A 3 N H90 
CHH 1 3/10/1989 A 3 P N L90 
H 2 12/13/1989 C 1 N T33 



CHH 1 6/13/1989 A 1 P N M20 
CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 3 P N 



CHH 1 4/06/1989 A 5 N 
CHH 1 5/26/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 5/31/1989 A 5 N 



CHH 1 9/09/1989 A 3 P N H90 
S 2 2/28/1989 C 5 P P T37 
H 2 11/22/1989 C 3 N 



CHH 1 3/30/1989 A 1 P N S17 
CHH 1 5/05/1989 A 1 N 317 



H 


2 


4/18/1989 B 


2 N 


H 


2 


4/19/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/21/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/07/1989 C 


1 P N C52 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



INDIANS' LEWIS MAKING STRIDES TOWARD SHOT AT CLEVELAND 
INDIANS SWEEP BULLS IN TWINBILL 
BULLS SUFFER DOUBLEHEADER DEFEAT 
BULLS RALLY IN 9TH TO SLIP BY INDIANS 
BULLS BLANKED IN DOUBLE-HEADER SWEEP 

KIRKLAND'S 

KIRKLAND'S (AD) 

KISS ME KATE (PLAY) 

SEE ALSO CYSTIC FIBROSIS 
ANOTHER OP'NIN', ANOTHER 'KATE' 

KITCHENS 

KITCHEN SET UP TO DEMONSTRATE COOKING FOR ENJOYMENT AND HEALTH 

KITE FLYING 

CATCHING THE WIND 

KITTRELL JOB CORPS CENTER 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, N.C. 
JOB CORPS CENTER TO RECRUIT COMMUTING STUDENTS 
JOB CORPS CENTER NAMES DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS 

KIWANIS CLUBS 

SEE CHAPEL HILL KIWANIS CLUB 
SEE DURHAM KIWANIS CLUB 
SEE FRIENDLY CITY KIWANIS CLUB 
SEE HONORABLE ELDERS KIWANIS CLUB 
SEE TOBACCOLAND KIWANIS CLUB 

KLAN-NAZI TRIAL 

SEE COMMUNIST WORKERS PARTY 
SEE KU KLUX KLAN 

THE KLUBB 

TWO MEN SHOT AFTER FIGHT IN CLUB 

LUNCH ON THE LOOP; YOU CAN'T SAY THERE'S NO PLACE TO EAT DOWNTOWN 

KNIGHT HERITAGE AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO YMCA, DURHAM 
EILBER WINS YMCA AWARD 
EILBER, MISS HARRIS RECEIVE KNIGHT AWARDS FROM YMCA 

KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWSPAPERS INC. 

GLOSSY MAGAZINE PRODUCED BY STUDENTS TO DEBUT AT DUKE 

KNIGHTDALE, N.C. 

KNIGHTDALE OFFICER KILLS MAN IN SHOOTOUT 

KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE KU KLUX KLAN 

KNOW BOOKSTORE 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

KOBE STEEL 

STEEL FIRM TO OPEN 1ST U.S. CENTER IN RTP 
KOBE STEEL PLANNING RTP RESEARCH LAB 

KODAK 

SEE EASTMAN KODAK CO. 

KOHLBERG KRAVIS ROBERTS 4 CO. 

SOME RJR STOCKHOLDERS NOT SELLING 

KKR PLANNING DIVESTMENT OF RJR'S SOUTH AFRICAN HOLDINGS 

FOUR CENTS RICHER 



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S I T 
E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



5/07/1989 C 
5/08/1989 B 
5/08/1989 D 
6/09/1989 B 
6/10/1989 D 



2 P N C52 

2 P N C52 

3 P U P52 
1 N 

1 N 



S 2 4/19/1989 G 5 D A 

H 2 11/02/1989 A 6 P R P10 

H 2 8/28/1989 B 1 P N C60 

CHH 1 3/23/1989 A 5 P P T44 



1/17/1989 C 
1/21/1989 B 



1 P N 
8 N 



H 2 3/20/1989 B 1 N M51 
H 2 3/27/1989 A 6 P F Zll 



S 2 4/28/1989 A 1 P N H65 
H 2 4/29/1989 C 2 P N 



H 2 3/21/1989 C 1 P N N36 
H 2 5/15/1989 B 1 N 

H 2 2/16/1989 B 5 P G 



S 2 3/13/1989 A 1 N 
H 2 3/14/1989 A 8 N 



H 2 1/16/1989 B 1 N 
H 2 1/21/1989 A 14 N 
H 2 3/04/1989 A 4 E 



KONA ENTERPRISES 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1969 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



N 
P 

KONA MOVING HEADQUARTERS TO DURHAM H 

KONICA MANUFACTURING _ 

KONICA LEASES BUILDING IN HEBANE FOR WAREHOUSE H 

KOPPERS CO. INC. 

SEE ALSO NELLO L. TEER CO. _ _ 

SURVEY INDICATES SEEMINGLY HIGH CANCER RATE IN AREA H 

17 MORE HOMES IN MORRISVILLE TO GET BOTTLED DRINKING WATER H 

KOPPERS TO EXTEND MORRISVILLE WATER LINE TO SHILOH HOMES H 

SURVEY FINDS NO LINK BETWEEN WELLS, CANCER tt ^ H 

FORMER KOPPER CO. SITE IN MORRISVILLE ADDED TO EPA'S NATIONAL PRIORITIES H 

RESIDENTS CALL FOR EXPANDED CLEANUP PLAN AT KOPPERS CO. H 

100 ATTEND EPA HEARING, CRITICAL OF KOPPER CLEAN-UP H 

SHILOH CHURCH SUES OVER WELL-fROTECTION PLAN H 



D — DATE- 



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



2 3/21/1989 A 8 N 
1 1/24/1989 B 1 N H60 



KOREA 

SEE ALSO SOUTH KOREA 
KOREAN DELEGATION TO TOUR RTP 

KOREA, BASEBALL 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
TEAM USA TO PLAY KOREA, CANADA 
BURNITZ BURNS KOREAN TEAM 
TEAM USA BLASTS KOREA 
TEAM USA 'PINGS' OUT ANOTHER BIG WIN, 

KOREAN BAPTIST MISSION 

ACROSS AN OCEAN AND A GENERATION 



12-3 



KOSTROMA, SOVIET UNION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., SISTER CITIES 
SEE ALSO SISTER CITIES PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION 

DELEGATIONS TO VISIT RUSSIA, JAPAN 

SISTER-CITY GROUP BACK FROM SOVIET UNION , itrm 

•HOPE CHILDREN WILL REAP BENEFITS, ' CAMPBELL SAYS OF SOVIET VISIT 

SOVIETS' WARMTH IMPRESSES DURHAM VISITORS 

DURHAM, SOVIET TOWN SET TO BE SISTERS 

RUSSIANS COMING TO DURHAM 

SOVIET DELEGATION READY FOR LANDING IN DURHAM 

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

DURHAM EMBRACES ENVOYS FROM SOVIET SISTER CITY 

NO SNOW SURPRISES SOVIET GROUP 

DURHAM WELCOMES VISITORS FROH NEW RUSSIAN SISTER CITY 

DURHAM, RUSSIAN CITY SEAL PACT OF FRIENDSHIP 

WARM WELCOME 

DURHAM, SOVIETS MAKE SISTERSHIP OFFICIAL , 

SOVIET VISITORS SHARE KNOWLEDGE WITH CURIOUS DURHAM YOUNGSTERS 

2 RUSSIAN VISITORS GET A LOOK AT AMERICAN FACTORIES, WORKERS 

SISTER CITIES AGREEMENT HELPS THAW DIFFERENCES 

PUPILS, SOVIETS SWAP SURPRISES 

WHERE'S THE EDITOR AT? 

SOVIET VISIT FORGES FRIENDSHIP 

DURHAM-SOVIET CHURCHES JOINED BY MAIL 



KRAFT INC. 
CONTEST 



BITES* WINNERS 



KROGER CO, 

KROGER WANTS ELLIOTT RD. STORE 

KROGER ASKED TO FILE TRAFFIC ANALYSIS 

KROGER TO MEET WITH STORE OPPONENTS 

RESIDENTS GRILL KROGER OFFICIALS 

SAY SO LONG TO KROGER •. 

KROGER PULLS SIGN DOWN, PULLS OUT OF CHAPEL HILL SITE 

KROGER PLAZA (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

KROGER WANTS ELLIOTT RD. STORE 
KROGER TO MEET WITH STORE OPPONENTS 



2 


1/10/1989 C 1 


N P41 


2 


2/10/1989 C 3 N R53 


2 


2/15/1989 C 1 


N P41 


2 


3/30/1939 C 1 


i N P41 


1 


3/31/1989 C 


[ N 


2 


6/22/1989 C 1 


I N K65 


2 


6/23/1989 C 1 


I N K65 


2 


7/08/1989 C 


I N K65 



H 2 2/21/1989 A 8 N 



H 2 8/09/1989 D 1 N C52 

H 2 8/10/1989 D 1 N C52 

S 2 8/10/1989 B 1 P N A76 

H 2 8/11/1989 B 1 N P75 



CHH 1 12/26/1989 A 3 P N 



H 


2 5/25/1989 C 


2 P N S69 


S 


2 6/07/1989 B 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 6/08/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 6/10/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


S 


2 11/07/1989 C 


1 P N YU 


H 


2 11/20/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 11/21/1989 C 


1 N Yll 


H 


2 11/23/1989 A 


6 P F W66 


H 


2 11/25/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 11/25/1989 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 11/27/1989 C 


1 N Yll 


H 


2 11/28/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 11/28/1989 A 


1 P P S76 


s 


2 11/28/1989 B 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 11/29/1989 A 


1 P N C47 


H 


2 11/29/1989 C 


1 P N T33 


s 


2 11/29/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 11/29/1989 C 


1 P N Yll 


H 


2 12/01/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


2 12/02/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/03/1989 E 


2 P N Zll 


S 


2 7/08/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 


1 4/05/1989 A 


1 M N M70 


CHH 


1 4/22/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 


1 5/30/1989 A 


1 P N D38 


CHH 1 6/02/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 


1 9/16/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 


1 10/08/1989 A 


1 P N D38 


CHH 


1 4/05/1989 A 


1 M N M70 


CHH 


1 5/30/1989 A 


1 P N D38 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



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KROGER TO CLOSE CHAPEL HILL STORE NEXT MONTH 

SAY SO LONG TO KROGER 

KROGER PULLS SIGN DOWN, PUIS OUT Of CHAPEL HILL SITE 

WELLSPRING PLANS MOVE INTO VACANT CHAPEL HILL KROGER 

KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE ALSO NAACP 
SEE ALSO NORTH CAROLINIANS AGAINST RACIST AND RELIGIOUS VIOLENCE 

CAMPUS INCIDENTS BOLSTER REPORT OF RACIAL VIOLENCE, ACTIVIST SAYS 

COURT REFUSES TO HEAR APPEAL IN KLAN CASE 

DUKE HAS TO PROVE THAT HE HAS CHANGED 

DON'T CONDEMN GOP 

FEDERAL AGENTS WANT ILLEGAL WEAPONS TRIAL FOR ORANGE CO. MAN 

TREAT PIPE-BOMB CASE SERIOUSLY 

18 YEARS AFTER CHANGE OF HEART, KLAN TAG STILL HAUNTS HIM 

KKK SHOULD CLEAN \P FIRST 

HUMAN RIGHTS, NOT POLITICS, KEY ISSUE 

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 

KUDZU 

LET'S SEND THEM OUR KUDZU 

COULDN'T SEE THE SIGN, KUDZU? 

POTENTIAL PROFIT IN KUDZU 

SECOND C0URSE7/KUDZU, THE PLANT THAT ATE THE SOUTH, MAY SNACK UP NORTH 

KWANZAA (AFRICAN FESTIVAL) 

SEE ALSO AFRICA (SEE ALSO NAMES OF COUNTRIES) 
DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL TO DISPLAY QUILT MADE FOR KWANZAA HOLIDAY 
AFRICAN-AMERICANS RING IN THE NEW/ 'HAPPY KWANZAA' 

KYOTO JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE 

YOU'LL LOVE IT AS KYOTO CHEFS PLAY WITH YOUR FOOD 



LEAD 



SEE LEADERSHIP EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IN BUSINESS INC. 

LSD 

fox: MCMICHAEL ON LSD WHEN SHOT 

HIGH NOON IN THE DRUG WAR 

MCMICHAEL AUTOPSY FINDS NO DRUGS 

FOX: MCMICHAEL DECISION NOT BASED ON DRUG TESTS 

LA CAGE AUX FOLLES (FILM AND PLAY) 

ABRACADABRA'S 'LA CAGE' IS ANYTHING BUT A DRAG 

LA LECHE LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO BREAST FEEDING 
MOTHER'S MILK/BASICS TREND FOR BABY, TOO (CORRECTED) 
INFORMATION CORRECTED 

LA PATISSERIE (BAKERY) 

PATTY-CAKE, PATTY-CAKE AT LA PATISSERIE 
FLOP! 

LA PETITE ACADEMY 

TOT WALK SLATED TO AID CHILDREN'S MIRACLE NETWORK 

TOT WALK BENEFITS DUKE CHILDREN'S MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CENTER 

LA RESIDENCE (RESTAURANT) 

LA RESIDENCE ADDS TO ITS EXCELLENCE WITH A CAFE SECTION 
DINING PLEASURES/LA RESIDENCE (AD) 

LA SERTOMA, DURHAM INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO DURHAM SERTOMA CLUB 
SERTOMA AWARD 



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

CHH 1 9/12/1989 A 1 N M70 

CHH 1 9/16/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 10/08/1989 A 1 P N D38 

CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 3 P N 



CHH 1 2/13/1989 A 


3 N H90 


H 


2 2/22/1989 B 


6 N 


S 


2 2/23/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 2/27/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 


1 N R63 


CHH 1 4/01/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 7/02/1989 B 


1 P U N36 


S 


2 9/29/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 10/17/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/27/1989 D 


4 P F 


H 


2 10/28/1989 A 


2 N 


H 


2 11/01/1989 A 


1 D N S69 


H 


2 11/01/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/04/1989 C 


1 P N S69 


H 


2 11/05/1989 A 


1 P N S69 


H 


2 2/11/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 7/09/1989 A 


1 P P C45 


S 


2 7/31/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 11/25/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 4/15/1989 A 


11 N 


S 


2 12/29/1989 D 


7 P F B71 


H 


2 1/20/1989 D 


14 P R D77 



CHH 1 1/21/1989 A 1 P N M70 

CHH 1 1/22/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 1/26/1989 A 3 N M70 

CHH 1 3/15/1989 A 1 P N M70 



S 2 5/04/1989 D 11 R B77 



H 2 12/03/1989 E 1 D N Zll 
H 2 12/11/1989 A 4 L 



H 2 6/29/1989 C 5 P P M66 
S 2 6/29/1989 C 1 P P H66 



H 2 4/19/1989 B 6 N 
H 2 4/27/1989 C 2 P P T37 



H 2 5/12/1989 D 4 P R D77 
H 2 11/17/1989 D 11 P A 



S 2 2/17/1989 A 10 P P S73 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



40 YEARS OF SERVICE 

LA-Z-BOY CHAIR CO. 

LA-Z-BOY SHOWCASE SHOPPES (AD) 

LABELS 

SEE FOOD LABELING 

LABOR DAY 

LABOR DAY OFFERS RESPITE TO MANY WORKERS 

BEWARE THE HIGHWAY HAZARDS 

HOLIDAY CLOSINGS 

N.C. LEADER CALLS »80S TOUGH 

DON'T BE ASHAMED OF WORK 

HISTORY SHOWS LOAFING WAS LABOR DAY IDEA 

STATE TROOPERS TICKET 64 FOR SEAT-BELT VIOLATIONS 

THE TOLL OF A LAST OUTING 

LABOR UNIONS 

SEE UNIONS, N.C. 
SEE UNIONS, U.S. 

LACROSSE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SPORTS, LACROSSE 

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

LACROSSE IS ALIVE AND WELL IN DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL 

SCHOOL HOLDS LACROSSE CAMP 

LADIES PROFESSIONAL GOLF ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, SPORTS _„ 

TREYBURN AMONG SIX FINALISTS FOR NEW LPGA HEADQUARTERS 
LPGA OFFICIALS IMPRESSED WITH POSSIBILITIES OF TREYBURN 
TREYBURN DROPPED FROM CONSIDERATION FOR LPGA OFFICE 

LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO _ „™™™ 
LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO PERFORMS AT ARTSCENTER 

LAKE BEN JOHNSTON (INCLUDES DAM) 

DREDGE COULD ADD 4 MILLION GALLONS TO HILLSBOROUGH'S UATER RESERVES 
BOARD OKS FUNDS FOR WATER PROJECTS 
LAKE DREDGING TO BEGIN MONDAY 
HILLSBOROUGH UATER DIRTY FROM DREDGING 

LAKE CRABTREE 

HOUSING PROJECT UINS AWARD 

LAKE GASTON 

VA. PLANNERS TOLD LAKE GASTON PLAN DOESN'T COMPLY 

VIRGINIABEACH SAYS BOARD DID NOT GIVE REASON AGAINST GASTON PIPELINE 

COUNTY IN VA. REJECTS APPEAL ON PIPELINE TO LAKE GASTON 

VALENTINE WANTS IMPACT STUDY OF GASTON PIPELINE 

GASTON PIPELINE BRIEFING SET ™»„„. 

LAKE GASTON PIPELINE FIGHT CONTINUES ON 'MANY FRONTS' 

ROANOKE RIVER BASIN GROUP TO HEAR PIPELINE FIGHT UPDATE 

JUDGE BRITT TO HEAR ARGUMENTS ON LAKE GASTON PIPELINE OCT. 30 

LAWYER SAYS LAKE GASTON PIPELINE BEING HELD 'HOSTAGE' 

LAKE LURE INN 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

LAKE MICHIE 

SEE ALSO LITTLE RIVER RESERVOIR ,_ „ „ 

CONSULTANT: LAND-USE CONTROLS BEST WAY TO PROTECT WATER SUPPLY 
BOARD TO GET REPORT ON DURHAM WATERSHEDS 
STUDY: CLEAN WATER KEY TO GROWTH IN DURHAM 
LAND-USE CONTROLS SAID BEST HELP FOR WATERSHEDS 
PREVENTIVE APPROACH IS BEST FOR WATERSHED 
HEADING OUT _ 

WATERSHED LOT MINIMUMS SET AT TWO ACRES 



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2 9/23/1989 A 5 P P S73 
2 4/19/1989 E 10 A 



S 2 


8/31/1989 B 


1 N 


H 2 


9/01/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


9/02/1989 A 


3 N 


H 2 


9/04/1989 A 


1 P N S69 


H 2 


9/04/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


9/04/1989 B 


1 N S22 


S 2 


9/05/1989 A 


1 N B53 


H 2 


9/08/1989 A 


4 E 



2 5/02/1989 D 
2 6/20/1989 D 



6 P N A76 
3 P N A76 



H 2 2/16/1989 D 
H 2 4/13/1989 D 
H 2 5/20/1989 D 



N C49 
N C49 
N 



S 2 2/23/1989 D 6 P P 



CHH 1 7/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 


1 P N D38 
3 P N HVO 
3 P N W57 
3 N 


H 2 10/28/1989 C 


1 


N K65 


S 2 1/26/1989 C 
H 1 1/27/1989 C 
H 2 1/31/1989 B 
S 2 3/31/1989 C 
H 2 4/19/1989 C 
H 1 4/25/1989 C 
H 2 10/17/1989 C 
H 1 10/20/1989 C 
H 1 10/31/1989 C 


2 


N 
N 
N 
N 

N H60 
N H60 
N H60 
N H60 
N H60 



H 2 12/13/1989 A 



1/06/1989 
1/08/1989 
2/23/1989 
3/29/1989 
3/30/1989 
9/02/1989 
12/19/1989 



M N H65 
N A54 
N H65 
N H65 
E 

P P S76 
N S69 



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WATERSHED DEVaCfHENT LIMITED 

LAKE ORANGE 

OMASA WOULD SEE HILLSBOROUGH THROUGH DRY SUMMER 

CONTROL ISSUES CLOUD RESERVOIR DEBATE/LAKE ORANGE REPAYMENT CONSIDERED 

OFFICIALS IRON OUT RESERVOIR ISSUES 

LAKE ROGERS 

ZONING ISSUE SNAGS GOLF COURSE PLANS 

LAKEVIEU MOBILE HOKE PARK 

FIRE DESTROYS MOBILE HOME 

LAKEUOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
SEELAKEUOOD SCHOOL 

LAKEUOOD SCHOOL 

CITY BOARD APPOINTS LAKEUOOD, MOOREHEAD ELEMENTARY PRINCIPALS 



LAMB 



LAMBi THE CROWNING TOUCH (RECIPE CORRECTION PRINTED 3-23-89) 



UYUSi 

RECIPE 



CORRECTION 



LAMPS 



LUMINOUS LAMP 

LAND FRAUD 
SEE FRAUD 

LAND SALES, PRIVATE-OWNED 
SEE ALSO EASEMENTS 
SEE ALSO TRANSFERABLE DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS 

CITY GETS OPTION TO BUY PROPERTY FOR JAZZ INSTITUTE 

BOND EYES LOTS, BECK FOR COUNTY SPACE/COMMISSIONERS SEEKING LOWER PRICE 

WOMAN CHALLENGES CITY'S RIGHT OF EMINENT DOMAIN 

DOWNTOWN TO GET NEU MCDONALD'S 

COUNTY OKS SOCIAL SERVICES OR JAIL SITE 

DURHAM MOVES CLOSER TO A JAZZIER DOWNTOWN 

WHY NO APPRAISAL? 

LAND SALES, STATE-OWNED 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE PROPERTY OFFICE 
STUDY RECOMMENDS STATE SELL ITS PORTS, RAILROADS 

LAND STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL OF N.C. 

RELIGIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP SPREADS ITS WORD 

LAND TRANSFER TAX 

REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX CONTINUES TO SPREAD IN N.C. 

LAND TRUST 

SEE ALSO N.C. LAND TRUSTEES 
LOU-INCOME HOME OWNERS AIM OF LAND TRUST'S CAMPAIGN 

LAND USE 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, LAND USE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, BUFFER ZONE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, LANIMJSE PLAN 
SEE ALSO GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLANNING 

SEE ALSO N.C DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO N.C LAND TRUSTEES 
SEE ALSO OPEN SPACES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LAND USE 
SEE ALSO ZONING LAWS 
CITY COUNCIL FEARS CHAPEL HILL MALL MAY SNARL TRAFFIC 
'MAJOR PROJECTS' MAY GET NOV. 6 VOTE 

LANDFILLS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY LANDFILL 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY LANDFILL 



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S 2 12/19/1989 C 1 P N H65 



CHH 1 6/24/1989 A 1 P N L90 
CHH 1 8/17/1989 A 1 N K20 
CHH 1 8/22/1989 A 1 N M20 



H 1 9/06/1989 C 1 N T33 
CHH 1 12/26/1989 A 1 P N W57 

H 2 8/19/1989 C 1 N C47 



H 2 3/22/1989 B 1 D F Zll 
H 2 3/23/1989 B 1 N 



CHH 1 9/02/1989 A 1 P P C45 



1/17/1989 C 
2/14/1989 B 
4/12/1989 C 
4/25/1989 A 
4/25/1989 A 
5/22/1989 A 
5/28/1989 D 



N S69 
N H65 
N S69 
M N S78 
N H65 
N C61 
E 



2 4/01/1989 A 
2 2/27/1989 B 
2 5/26/1989 A 



14 N 
1 N 
5 J Oil 



H 2 2/27/1989 B 1 N 



2 6/21/1989 A 
2 10/25/1989 A 



1 N C61 

1 N C61 



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SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., LANDFILLS 
SEE ALSO SOLID WASTE 

REGION K COUNTIES STUDY JOINT LANDFILL 

REPORT SAYS MONEY A BARRIER TO RECYCLING 

LANDLORD-TENANT PROBLEMS 

APARTMENT OWNERS REFUNDING DEPOSITS „.„«, 
DUKE CLEARS APARTMENTS FOR MEDICAL CENTER OFFICES 

LANDMARK (NEWSPAPER) __ 

PUBLISHER WINDSOR HAS LANDMARK RETURN 

LANDMARK INNS OF DURHAM INC. 

SEE ALSO HOTELS, DURHAM __ __ 
LANDMARK INN, CELEBRATION LOUNGE CLOSE 

LANDSCAPE ART 

SERIES LOOKS AT LANDSCAPE 

LANDSCAPING 

SE G^LL^ I StAMsS:iL OVER BUILDING REGULATIONS 
COUNCIL OKS 1-40 LANDSCAPING 
LANDSCAPING LAWS DELAY MCDONALD'S CONSTRUCTION 
LANDSCAPING LAWS DELAY MCDONALD'S CONSTRUCTION 
SPEED THE PLOW 

TAXING TILLING _ 

SMALL VOICES RESPONDS TO CATES* CHARGES 

COURTHOUSE LANDSCAPING DRAWS IRE_ 

TOWN SEEKS PLACE FOR LANDSCAPE WORK 

SAVE MONEY FOR OPEN SPACE „ „ „ 

GOOD LANDSCAPE IS BASED ON WHAT YOU LIKE TO DO 

WHAT PLEASES YOU IS 'GOOD' DESIGN 

LANGUAGE 

SEE ALSO BLACK SPEECH PATTERNS 

SEE ALSO CURSING 

SEE ALSO DICTIONARIES 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

SEE ALSO GRAMMAR 

SEE ALSO GULLAH (S.C. DIALECT) 

SEE ALSO SPEECH PATHOLOGY 

ffinONS S OF N BASIC RULES CAUSE BUTCHERIES OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE 

KEEP IT UP NAWTH 

GOOD NEWS FOR YOU-KNOWERS 

LIFE'S PARADOXES 

PLAIN LANGUAGE NEEDED 

FOR PERSPECTIVE 

SIMPLE LAWS NOT LIKELY 

WHAT A DIFFERENCE A WORD CAN MAKE 

LAR LUBOVITCH DANCE CO. „_,„„, 

A FOOT UP ON ADF '89; FESTIVAL PREVIEW 
FIRST STEPS 

LUBOVITCH COMPANY SHINES AT DANCE FESTIVAL^ im , wwl ™ TT „ 
BEAUTIFUL DANCE REMAINS MYSTERY, JUST HOU DOES LAR LUBOVITCH DO IT? 
LAR LUBOVITCH DANCE COMPANY PRESENTS 2 HITS AND A MISS 

LARCENY 

SEE ROBBERY, CARRBORO 

SEE ROBBERY, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ROBBERY, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ROBBERY, ORANGE COUNTY 

LARYNGECTOMY 

SEE CANCER, LARYNX 



H 2 12/22/1989 C 1 N T33 
H 2 12/23/1989 B 1 N 



CHH 1 6/21/1989 A 3 N 
S 2 7/05/1989 B 1 N S92 



CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 3 P N L90 

H 2 12/22/1989 C 2 N 
S 2 1/05/1989 D 8 P N 



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



CHH 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 



S 
S 
H 
S 

H 



2/15/1989 A 
2/15/1989 A 
7/14/1989 A 
7/14/1989 A 
7/26/1989 B 
8/05/1989 B 
8/12/1989 A 
8/16/1989 
8/30/1989 
9/01/1989 
11/12/1989 
11/19/1989 



1 N S69 

10 N 

1 M N C61 

1 M N S78 

P P K30 

P K30 



1 
1 
3 
3 
3 
4 
10 
11 



2/02/1989 
2/09/1989 
3/02/1989 
6/25/1989 
7/15/1989 
7/20/1989 
8/03/1989 
8/16/1989 
12/31/1989 



6/08/1989 D 
6/08/1989 D 
6/16/1989 C 
6/16/1989 B 
11/05/1989 E 



N D38 

N D38 

N 

E 

U 

U 



8 
10 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 



1 P P 
7 P G B71 

3 R L59 

4 R L34 
9 R M31 



LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 



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SEE ALSO UNIV. OF NEVADA-LAS VEGAS SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
DRINKING'S NO GAMBLE WITH GUIDE TO VEGAS' BEST BARS 

LASER SURGERY 
SEE ALSO LASERS 
SEE ALSO SURGERY 
LASERS HELP DOCTORS REMOVE BIRTHMARKS 

LASERS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FREE ELECTRON LASER LABORATORY 

SEE ALSO LASER SURGERY 

SEE ALSO STAR MARS (MILITARY PROGRAM) 

MADEY GETS BALLANTINE MEDAL 

LASER PIONEER TOUTS TRIANGLE 

SCIENTIST TO GIVE LECTURE AT DUKE ON LASER ADVANCES 

LASER USED TO REMOVE BIRTHMARKS 

TECHNIQUE BONDS GOLD TO DIAMONDS 



H 2 9/24/1989 E 15 U W66 



S 2 8/04/1989 C 1 N 



S 
H 
H 
H 
CHH 



NCCU SCIENTISTS GET CONTRACT TO BUILD FREE-ELECTRON GUN FOR FAR-INFRARED H 
UNIVERSITIES SEEKING LASER-RESEARCH GRANT H 



1/23/1989 

4/03/1989 

4/04/1989 

6/01/1989 

7/14/1989 

8/22/1989 B 

8/22/1989 B 



N 

N N36 
N 

N 180 
N 

N C60 
N C60 



THE LAST SONG OF JOHN PROFFITT (PLAY) 
THOMPSON 'PROFFIT' AT ARTSCENTER 

LATCHKEY CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE 
LATCHKEY KIDS ARE INDIVIDUALS 

LATIN AMERICA 

SEE ALSO SOUTH AMERICA 
SHAPES OF THE INNER EXPERIENCE; SOUTH AMERICANS BRING A VISION... 
LATIN DANCE TROUPES SHOW CONTRAST IN STYLES AT FESTIVAL 
DANCERS EVOKE SCENES FROM JUNGLE TO CITY 
DANZAHOY STUNS WITH DARING DANCE 
THREE NEW DANCES SPEAK OF FINLAND, VENEZUELA AND ARGENTINA 

LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANERS 

SEE DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRIES 

LAUNDROMATS 

SEE ALSO DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRIES 
SET OUT TO DRY 

LAUREL HILL PARKWAY 

HOWES QUESTIONS RULING 

TRUSTEES TRANSFER RIGHT OF WAY 

TRIANGLE TRAFFIC PLANNERS DISCUSS THOROUGHFARE PLAN 

TRAFFIC ENGINEER WILLIFORD STRESSES NEED FOR PLANNING AHEAD 

LAU ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTER ON CRIME AND PUNISHMENT 
DURHAM POLICE PAY TRIBUTE TO SLAIN OFFICERS 

LAU ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE ADMINISTRATION 
FEDERAL AID TO POLICE PROPOSED 

LAU SCHOOLS 

SEE LEGAL EDUCATION 

LAU WEEK 

LAW WEEK 

LAWN MOWERS 

SEE ALSO GRASS (LAWN) 
LET'S ROLL 'EM OUT 

LAWN ALTERNATIVES'. WHEN 'MOWER' IS LESS 
SOMEBODY'S GOT TO DO IT 
LAWN MOWER ACCIDENTS OFTEN SERIOUS 
ON TOP OF THE JOB 



H 2 5/19/1989 D 7 P F W66 



H 2 9/11/1989 A 4 E 



6/26/1989 B 
6/27/1989 B 
6/29/1989 C 
6/30/1989 A 
7/18/1989 C 



P F Zll 
R L59 
R L59 

P R L34 
R L59 



CHH 1 8/19/1989 A 3 P P C45 



CHH 1 3/23/1989 A 3 N M70 

CHH 1 6/27/1989 A 3 N 

S 2 8/03/1989 A 1 P N H65 

H 2 8/06/1989 B 9 P N 



H 2 5/13/1989 C 1 P N C47 
H 2 7/17/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 5/04/1989 B 5 P P T37 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 



4/11/1989 A 
7/09/1989 A 
7/18/1989 A 
8/10/1989 C 
8/30/1989 B 



1 P P L38 
4 U 

3 P P K30 

2 N D80 
1 P P S73 



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SUBJECTS 



T>€ OLD FASHIONED WAY 
TRANSPORTATION 
MOWER MAN 

LAURENCE OF ARABIA (FILM) 

DURHAM GETS A LOOK AT 'LAWRENCE' 

MOVIE MAGIC RETURNS WITH RESTORED 'LAURENCE OF ARABIA' 

LAWS, N.C. 

SEE N.C, LAWS 

LAWSUIT DAMAGE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE RATES 

SEE ALSO LIABILITY INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

MAYOR Of WWTAKERS AWARDED $52,702 FOR DEATH OF DAUGHTER 

JUDGE RULES HAYTI GROUPS OWE MONEY TO CHATHAM PAIR 

HUDSON'S GIGOLO REWARDED 

MALPRACTICE ISSUE BODES ILL FOR INFANT CARE, EXPERT SAYS 

$90,000 AWARDED TO ACCIDENT VICTIM 

BRING BACK THE HANDSHAKES 

ACCIDENT LAWSUIT SETTLED OUT Of COURT 

SUIT SETTLEMENT SATISFIES COUNTY OFFICIALS 

LAWSUITS, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO CLASS ACTION SUITS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO LIBEL 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., LAWSUITS 
LAWSUIT NAMES CITY SCHOOL BOARD. FORMER TEACHER 
GIRL, 15, SUES SCHOOLS IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASE 
WAY CLEARED FOR JURY TRIAL IN CHILD-NEGLIGENCE LAWSUIT 
DOCTOR SAID NOT GUILTY OF MENACING PROTESTER _ 
DOCTOR FOUND NOT GUILTY OF THREATENING PROTESTER 

DUKE DOCTOR FILES SUIT AGAINST FELLOW PHYSICIAN 

FIRED POLICE DISPATCHER SUES DURHAM (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-2-8?) 
CORRECTION 

LAWYER SAYS POLICE CHIEF REFUSES REQUEST FOR RECORDS Of PROBE 
KIDNAPPING. RELATED CHARGES AGAINTS LAWYER DISMISSED 
*90,000 AWARDED TO ACCIDENT VICTIM 

NEW PLAN TO END 'JUDGE SHOPPING' _ , ^ nTTjki 

TESTIMONY TO BEGIN IN HUSBAND'S SUIT OVER DEATH AT DUKE HOSPITAL 

TREYBURN FIRM SUES CITY OVER LAND DEAL 

NURSE! PATIENT'S ABEARANCE WAS 'HORRIFYING' 

SUIT SAYS JAIL INMATES FACE LIFE-THREATENING CONDITIONS 

LAWSUIT FILED OVER CROSSING GUARD'S DEATH 

NURSE TELLS OF FINDING PATIENT DEAD, SWOLLEN 

DOCTOR SAYS PATIENT DIED FROM 'MASSIVE AIR' 

EXPERT WITNESS IN PETTIFORD SUIT SAYS PATIENT MURDERED 

DUKE POLICEMAN TELLS OF EARLY PROBE INTO MRS. FETTIFORD'S DEATH,.. 

SOURCE OF FATAL AIR WAS INTRAVENOUS LINE, MEDICAL EXAMINER SAYS 

CONSULTANT: BETTER SECURITY MIGHT HAVE PREVENTED HOSPITAL DEATH 

TAXPAYERS' MONEY AT RISK 

HEARING WEDNESDAY ON LAWSUIT AGAINST COUNTY JAIL 

JAIL LAWSUIT TO BE HEARD WEDNESDAY 

BOTH SIDES REACH AGREEMENT ON SOME ISSUES IN JAIL LAWSUIT 

FATHER VOWS TO 'CLEAN UP' JAIL AFTER SON'S ALLEGED ASSAULT 

DURHAM COUNTY JAIL SUIT SETTLED 

PROGRESS ON JAIL OVERSTATED, SAYS COUNTY OFFICIAL 

CONSENT ORDER SETS JAIL-CAPACITY 'TARGETS* 

NURSE FILES LIFE FLIGHT CRASH SUIT 

COUNTY ANSWERS JAIL SUIT, DENIES INMATES' ALLEGATIONS 

SOCIAL WORKERS 'TARRED AND FEATHERED,' DEFENSE LAWYER CLAIMS 

SOCIAL SERVICES DIRECTOR DENIED CHANGE-OF-VENUE REQUEST IN LAWSUIT 

CITY FREES TREYBURN TO APPEASE DEVELOPERS 



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H 2 9/04/1989 A 11 P P C45 
H 2 10/10/1989 B 1 P P T37 
S 2 10/13/1989 B 8 P P T37 



2 11/13/1989 A 
2 11/21/1989 A 



6 U W66 
6 R S66 



H 2 


2/10/1989 C 


14 N S82 


S 2 


2/10/1989 C 


1 P N H70 


H 2 


2/20/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


4/26/1989 A 


3 N S17 


H 2 


6/03/1989 C 


3 N 


H 2 


8/24/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


8/30/1989 A 


3 N H90 


S 2 


9/02/1989 C 


1 P N H65 



S 

H 
H 
S 
H 
5 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 

s 

H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
TRIAL H 
S 



c 

c 
I 

c 
c 
c 
c 

A 
A 
C 



3/07/1989 

3/08/1989 

3/20/1989 

3/31/1989 

4/01/1989 

4/20/1989 

4/29/1989 

5/01/1989 

5/02/1989 

5/05/1989 _ 

5/21/1989 B 

6/03/1989 C 

6/05/1989 

6/07/1989 

6/08/1989 

6/08/1989 

6/09/1989 

6/09/1989 

6/09/1989 

6/09/1989 

6/10/1989 

6/13/1989 

6/15/1989 

6/16/1989 

7/03/1989 

7/03/1989 

7/04/1989 

7/05/1989 

7/05/1989 

7/06/1989 

7/06/1989 

7/06/1989 

7/14/1989 . 

7/19/1989 B 

7/21/1989 C 

7/25/1989 B 

7/25/1989 A 



A 
P 

A 
C 

c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 

A 

c 
c 

A 

B 

A 

c 
c 
c 



2 

1 
8 
3 

1 

C 
%J 

17 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



N 
N 

N S82 

N B53 

N S82 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N B53 

N S82 
N 

N S82 

N S82 
N 

N B53 

N S82 

N S32 

N S32 

N B53 

N S82 

N S82 

N S82 

N S82 
E 

N B53 
N 

' N B53 

N B53 

N S82 

N S69 

N B53 

N S82 

N B53 
N £52 

N 382 
N C61 



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SUBJECTS 



FACE 651 
2/15/90 



DURHAM JUDGE WANTS TRIAL TO PROCEED AS SCHEDULED 

SANFORD SAYS NO GREEN LIGHT YET FOR TREYBURN 

CITY SEWER REQUIREMENTS SNAG TREYBURN LAWSUIT 

STATE ATTORNEYS REBUT CLAIMS IN BUTNER FIRING 

TRIAL TO BEGIN IN CHILD-WELFARE NEGLIGENCE SUIT 

DURHAM JAIL IMPROVES SAFETY 

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 PRETTY GOOD' IN IOWA 

UNIVERSITY CREDIT UNION SUING BOGUS BARON 

DISMISSAL OF WHISTLEBLOWER'S LAWSUIT DRAWS LAWYER'S IRE 

COUNTY GIVES JAIL REPORT ON SPACE IMPROVEMENTS 

COUNCIL WINS - FOR NOW 

CITY LATE PAYING LEGAL SETTLEMENT 

REPAYMENT ORDERED IN 'CREDIT REPAIR' SCHEME 

DURHAM PAYS MORE FOR SEWER BACKUP 

LAWSUITS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CLASS ACTION SUITS 

SEE ALSO COMPARATIVE FAULT CLAIMS SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO LIBEL 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO PRISONERS, N.C, LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C, LAWSUITS 

COURT LENGTHENS TIME MEMBERS HAVE TO SUE UNIONS IN N.C CASE 

INDIANS' SUIT ASKS FEDERAL COURT TO BLOCK EXTRADITIONS 

CHATHAM COUPLE SUES HAYTI FIRMS 

CHATHAM COUPLE SUES TWO HAYTI CORPORATIONS 

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 

CALDWELL COUNTY WOMAN IS SUING SANFORD AND FOUR OTHER OFFICIALS 

JURY CLEARS DENTIST IN SEX ASSAULT SUIT 

JUDGE RULES HAYTI GROUPS OWE MONEY TO CHATHAM PAIR 

STUDENT SUES FOR LIBEL 

POWER COMPANY SAYS GENERATORS DEFECTIVE 

BILL WOULD HALT SEALING OF PUBLIC SUIT SETTLEMENTS 

LAWSUIT CHALLENGES RALEIGH BILLBOARD ORDINANCE 

HOUSE APPROVES BILL ON LAWSUIT SETTLEMENTS 

SUIT SAYS PLANE NOISE DISTURBS SLUMBER; AIRPORT OFFICIALS MUM 

LAWSUIT SEEKS ACCESS TO COACHES' CONTRACTS 

STUDENTS SUE HARDBARGER BUSINESS COLLEGE 

A STUDENT, PUBLIC CONCERN 

TRIAL TO BEGIN IN $90 MILLION L&M SUIT 

L&M LAWSUIT FOR GENERIC CIGARETTES GETS UNDER WAY 

LIGGETT PRESIDENT DEY TESTIFIES RIVAL FIRM STOLE TRADEMARK 

L&M CEO TO GIVE MORE TESTIMONY 

JUDGE STOPS STATE FROM MARRING LEGAL PROCESS 

PUBLIC HAS INTEREST IN ATHLETIC CONTRACTS 

COURT RULING THREAT TO HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS 

DURHAM LAWYER SUES FBI FOR GREEN FILE 

COURT SAYS JURY SHOULD GET CASE OF CONTAMINATED ALAMANCE WELLS 

FIRED STATE EMPLOYEE'S SUIT DISMISSED 

COUPLE BRINGS LIBEL SUIT AGAINST CHATHAM PAPER 

JUDGE ISSUES SUIT DISMISSAL EXPLANATION 

LONG DELAY IN LAWSUIT SHAMES ENTIRE STATE 

LAWSUITS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. 
COPYTRON FILES SUIT OVER NEON SIGN LAW 
COPYTRON FILES SUIT OVER NEON SIGN LAW 
CHIMNEY RUINS PROMPT COUPLE TO FILE LAWSUIT 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 


2 


7/25/1989 C 


I P N B53 


S 


2 


7/26/1989 A 


I N C61 


S 


2 


8/16/1989 A 


I N C61 


S 


2 


8/25/1989 C ' 


I N B53 


H 


2 


8/28/1989 B 


I N S82 


S 


2 


8/28/1989 A 1 


I N B53 


H 


2 


8/29/1989 C i 


) N 


H 


2 


8/30/1989 C 


I N 


S 


2 


8/30/1989 B 1 


1 N B53 


S 


2 


8/31/1989 A ' 


I N B53 


H 


2 


9/01/1989 C 


I N S82 


S 


2 


9/01/1989 C . 


t N B53 


S 


2 


9/02/1989 C : 


I P N H65 


H 


2 


9/04/1989 B J 


t N S82 


H 


2 


9/30/1989 C 


I N 


H 


2 10/01/1989 B 1 


t P N S82 


S 


2 10/06/1989 A 


I N B53 


H 


2 10/09/1989 A ' 


\ E 


S 


2 11/07/1989 A 1 


I N B53 


S 


2 11/18/1989 C : 


I N B53 


S 


2 12/26/1989 A 1 


I N C61 



S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 

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



CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 



1/11/1989 
2/01/1989 
2/01/1989 
2/02/1989 
2/02/1989 
2/03/1989 
2/04/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/09/1989 
2/09/1989 
2/10/1989 
4/13/1989 
5/03/1989 
5/04/1989 B 
5/13/1989 A 
6/13/1989 C 
6/15/1989 C 
7/01/1989 B 
7/02/1989 B 
7/10/1989 A 
7/11/1989 B 
7/11/1989 A 
7/12/1989 
7/12/1989 
8/01/1989 
8/02/1989 
9/01/1989 
9/02/1989 
9/20/1989 
9/28/1989 
10/10/1989 
10/18/1989 
11/08/1989 



N 
N 

N H70 
N 

N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N 
N H90 



1 P N H70 



9 
3 
5 
17 
2 
1 
3 
6 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
4 
4 
1 
4 
1 
3 
1 
4 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N Bll 

N B53 

N Bll 

N B53 

E 

E 

E 

N B53 

N L40 

N S82 

N M25 

N S82 

E 



CHH 1 1/19/1989 A 1 N M70 
CHH 1 1/19/1989 A 1 N H90 
CHH 1 1/23/1989 A 3 P N R63 



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FAMILY MEMBERS OPPONENTS IN SUIT OVER CHILD'S DEATH 

TOWN FILES DIRTY SUIT 

NEON LIGHT SUIT STILL TURNED ON 

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

CASE OVERLOAD SENDS TOW LOOKING FOR KELP 

FAVORABLE RULING ENDS SUIT AGAINST UILLHOIT 

TOW GROUTH LAWSUIT SETTLED 

LAWSUIT DOESN'T SERVE PUBLIC INTEREST 

*2.5 MILLION TEER CO. SUIT AGAINST COUNTY POSTFONED 

MOTHER SUES TOWN OVER 1987 DROWNING 

MOTHER SUES OWN SON 

TEER SUES COUNTY FOR $5 MILLION 

COUNTY INSURANCE WOULD COVER ONLY $1 MILLION OF SUIT 

STORE DROPS FROM SUIT AGAINST CARRBORO 

CIRCLE K LAWSUIT IS DROPPED 

JUDGE AXES WENDY'S LAWSUIT 

DEFENDANT TO APPEAL STUDENTS' TOWING LAWSUIT 

SECOND LAWSUIT FILED OVER 1987 ACCIDENT 

WESTCOURT, ARCHITECTS GO TO COURT 

WALDEN OWNERS SUE TOWN 

GROUP SUING GOFORTH 

CRADLE OWNER FILES SUIT OVER LOAN 

LOCKSMITH SUES CATES FOR PAYMENT 

'THAWING, PUDDLING' FRIES BLAMED IN FOOD LION SUIT 

VICTIM OF 1987 FIGHT CALLS SETTLEMENT 'FAIR' 

DEATH SUIT JUDGMENT AT $100,000 

OFFICIALS SILENT ON MEETING TOPIC 

OWASA UPS FUNIS TO COVER PATENT SUIT 

DOT SUES TO CONDEMN GAS STATION 

UILKERSON FILES LAWSUIT 

SZOSTAK FILES SUIT AGAINST CARRBORO 

CARRBORO DISPUTES AMBERLY LAWSUIT 

TEER SEES NEGATIVE RESPONSE TO REQUEST 

FORMER COURT CLERK SUES COUNTY 

BROUGH CHALLENGES SZOSTAK SUIT 

SZOSTAK SAYS HE'LL DROP AHBERLY SUIT 

CARRBORO DROPS TOWNHOUSE UNIT FROM LAWSUIT 

CARRBORO REITERATES CIRCLE K ARGUMENT 

MAKING SENSE OF LOCAL COURTS 

STACKING UP IN DISTRICT COURT 

THE WAY TO TRIAL-MOST NEVER MAKE IT TO COURT 

OWNER CRITICIZES CARRBORO ACTION IN TOWNHOUSE SUIT 

ROCK IN FRY PROMPTS MCDONALD'S LAWSUIT 

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

COURT SENDS MALPRACTICE CASE BACK TO COUNTY 

BRITTS TURN LITIGATION TABLES, HEAD BACK TO COURT 

LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO CLASS ACTION SUITS 

SEE ALSO LIBEL _ 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S., LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO TORT SYSTEM wmm 

LAWSUITS CALLED BIGGEST THREAT TO AMERICAN BUSINESS 

BLAME BOOZER, NOT DISTILLER 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT SUES CONGRESSMAN 

LAWYERS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ASK THE LAWYER DAY 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. ATTORNEY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO PEOPLE'S LAW SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO PRIVATE DETECTIVES 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC DEFENDERS, DURHAM _^™« 
6 LAWYERS VIE FOR DURHAM DISTRICT COURT JUDGESHIP _ 
AT 68, PROFESSOR AND AUTHOR STARTING CAREER AS A LAWYER 
16 LAWYERS BACK GRAND JURY PROBE OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
TWO DURHAM LAW FIRMS PLAN MERGER 
STRICKLAND GETS NEW JOB 



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 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 

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 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1 

1 
1 
1 
CHH 1 



1/25/1989 
1/27/1989 
2/03/1989 
2/12/1989 
2/12/1989 
2/21/1989 
3/01/1989 
3/08/1989 
3/12/1989 
3/31/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/28/1989 
4/29/1989 
5/C3/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/27/1939 
6/06/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/23/1989 
7/04/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/22/1989 
7/28/1989 
7/29/1989 
8/12/1989 
8/15/1989 
8/15/1989 
8/25/1989 
8/30/1989 
8/31/1989 
9/01/1989 
9/29/1989 
11/14/1989 
11/15/1989 
11/19/1989 
11/19/1989 
11/19/1989 
11/20/1989 
11/21/198" 
12/02/1989 
12/20/1989 
12/23/1989 



CHH 1 2/15/1989 A 
H 2 4/24/1989 A 
H 2 5/20/1989 B 



N H90 
N M70 
N C62 
N M70 
N M70 
N H90 
N M70 
L 

N H90 
N H90 
N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N C62 
N 

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

N H90 
N H90 
N 

N D38 
N L90 
N H90 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N M20 
N H90 
N H90 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N C62 
N H90 
N H90 
N L40 
N H90 



3 P N 31' 

4 E 

5 P N 



H 


2 


1/09/1989 A 


1 N S82 


H 


2 


3/13/1989 B 


1 P N S82 


H 


5 


4/07/1989 A 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


5/21/1989 B 


7 N R63 


S 


2 


6/16/1989 A 


1 N B53 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



DEFENSE LAWYERS PROTEST ANTI-LOITERING PROPOSAL 
DURHAM'S BREED OF FREE LAWYERS NEARS EXTINCTION 
LAW FIRMS MERGING 

LAWYERS, DURHAM, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
DURHAM ATTORNEY DISBARRED 

LAWYERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO COURT-APPOINTED LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ACADEMY OF TRIAL LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. SUPREME COURT 

232 PASS N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

CHRISTIC LAWYERS PLAN RESPONSE TO SANCTIONS CALL 

GUIDE ON MANNERS MAY NOT CHANGE MUCH 

MISS MANNERS INVADES THE BAR 

LE COCO (RESTAURANT) 

BREAKFAST IS A GOOD REASON TO VISIT LE COCO 

LEAD 

ONE IN THREE HOUSES MAY HAVE DANGEROUS LEAD LEVELS IN WATER 
AREA'S CITY WATER OK FOR LEAD, STUDY FINDS 

LEAD POISONING 

SEE ALSO FOOD POISONING 
RESEARCH PARK CONFERENCE TO OFFER NEW EVIDENCE ON TOXIC LEVELS OF LEAD 
TIGHTER LEAD EXPOSURE STANDARDS STUDIED 
DURHAM SCHOOLS TO CHECK WATER FOR LEAD CONTAMINATION 
GETTING THE LEAD OUT; LOCAL SCHOOLS WAY AHEAD OF EPA 

THE LEADER (NEWSPAPER) 

FOUNDER, LEADER PART COMPANY AFTER 23 YEARS 
LEADER MAGAZINE MUM ON LAYOFFS, 'CHANGES' 

LEADERSHIP 

SEE ALSO BENJAMIN N. DUKE LEADERSHIP AWARDS 
ROXBORO CHAMBER SPONSORING LEADERSHIP PROGRAM 
WHY AREN'T DURHAM'S ELECTED OFFICIALS SHOWING MORE LEADERSHIP? 
DOOR OPENS TO OPPORTUNITIES 
12 PEOPLE IN LEADERSHIP VANCE PROGRAM 

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
LEADERSHIP GROUP FINISHES COURSE IN PERSON COUNTY 
LEADERSHIP COURSE SCHEDULED IN VANCE 

LEADERSHIP EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IN BUSINESS INC. 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV, FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 
HILLSIDE STUDENT PONDERS BUSINESS FOLLOWING STUDY 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORQ 
FORUM ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING SET 
WOMEN'S GROUP CRITICIZES TOWN'S HASTY HEARINGS 
KEEP THE PUBLIC IN PUBLIC BUSINESS 
HOLTON GETS SERVICE AWARD FROM LEAGUE 

FORUM DEBATES ETHICS IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT (CORRECTED 9-26-89) 
CORRECTION 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, DURHAM 

PAY RAISE REQUIRES BITING TAX BULLET 

LEGISLATORS SAY MORE STATE SPENDING MEANS FINDING NEW REVENUE SOURCES 

IMPACT FEES, ROAD FUNDS TOP DURHAM MEET 

MILLER DOUBTFUL ABOUT IMPACT FEES, GAS TAX 

LEAGUE LEADERS 

DURHAM LEGISLATORS CRITICIZE DRUG BILLL 



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

H 2 11/10/1989 C 1 N R63 
H 2 11/20/1989 A 1 N S82 
S 2 12/21/1989 A 1 N E33 



S 2 3/17/1989 A 



S 2 4/03/1989 B 
CHH 1 7/03/1989 A 
S 2 12/26/1989 A 
H 2 12/31/1989 D 



6 N 

3 N S17 

4 E 
4 E 



H 2 7/28/1989 D 6 P R D77 



H 2 7/05/1989 C 
H 2 9/14/1989 A 



H 2 1/07/1989 B 

H 2 1/10/1989 C 

S 2 4/12/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 



1 N R63 
1 C N R63 



4 N R80 
2 N K65 
1 N S92 
1 P N L90 



2 8/08/1989 C 
2 12/09/1989 B 



N K65 
N 



H 1 1/19/1989 C 

H 2 6/11/1989 D 

H 2 7/27/1989 A 

H 1 10/05/1989 C 



1 5/26/1989 C 
1 7/28/1989 C 



1 N H60 
5 P U 
4 E 
1 N H60 



1 N T33 
1 N H60 



S 2 8/12/1989 A 1 P N M06 



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



1/03/1989 
1/09/1989 
1/10/1989 
7/20/1989 
9/23/1989 
9/26/1989 



N H90 

N H90 

E 

N 

N 

N 



3/06/1989 A 
3/07/1989 B 
4/03/1989 A 
4/04/1989 C 
4/29/1989 C 
5/01/1989 A 



N H06 
N 046 
N M06 
N 

P K30 
N M06 



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SUBJECTS 



-DATE- 



S 
E 

C -PG 



FAGE 634 
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I T 

L Y 

L P 



BYL 



cm l 
cm l 



5/21/1989 A 
5/22/1989 A 



Cm 1 9/26/1989 A 2 N 



LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, N.C. 

SOUTH CAROLINA ECONOMIST URGES FAIR TAXATION POLICIES 
WOMEN VOTERS REAFFIRM TAX REFORM STANCE 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, ORANGE COUNTY 
CORRECTION 

LEARNING DISABILITIES 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, LEARNING 

SEE ALSO DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 

SEE ALSO UMviVScHAPEL HILL DIVISION FOR DISORDERS OF DEVELOPMENT i LEARNING 
THE HARMONIC BRAIN, KINESIOLOGISTS GATHER IN CHAPEL HILL CHH 1 7/01/1989 A 

LEARNING DISABILITIES NO LONGER KIDS' STUFF CHH 1 7/22/989 A 

VOLUNTEERS 'READY TO GO BACK' Cm 1 7/24/1989 A 

"LEARNING INFORMATION FOR TODAY" 
SEE PROJECT LIFT 



3 P N L90 
1 N L90 



3 P N L90 
3 N H90 
1 N H90 



LEARNING SERVICES (ATLANTA, GEORGIA) 

WRIGHTWOOD RESIDENTS BALK AT GROUP HOME 
DIRECTOR: GROUP HOME CONCERNS UNFOUNDED 

LEARY'S BAIL BONDS 

SEE ALSO BAIL BONDS „ 

GRANDSON SKIPS TOWN; GRANDMOTHER HAS TO FORFEIT HOUSE 

LEASH LAWS 

SEE DOG CONTROL (INCLUDES CATS AND OTHER ANIMALS) 

LEAVES 

AS THE LEAVES TURN; GO WEST FOR FALL COLOR 

AUTUMN COLORS: WHERE TO LOOK 

RAINS OF SUMMER KEEPING COLOR IN THE FALL 

MOUNTAINS MISSING THEIR COLOR 

LEAVES OF OCTOBER 

HIGHER ELEVATIONS REACH PEAK COLORS 

LEAF^BURNING FULL OF FALL CHARM, BUT IT IS ILLEGAL UNDER CITY LAWS 

CITY LEAF COLLECTION REMINDER 

LEAVES 

UP IN SMOKE 

LEBANON, HOSTAGES 

SEE HOSTAGES, LEBANON 

LEBANON VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. _„ 

HIGH-TECH ECVICE RESTORES WOMAN'S HEARTBEAT 
LEBANON VFD DEDICATES SECOND STATION 
NEW DURHAM FIRE STATION DEDICATED 

LEE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE „ 

OFF-DUTY LEE DEPUTY SHOT DEAD IN GUILFORD 

^^LEESVILLE ROAD RESIDENTS HEAR CITY PANEL DEFER ACTION ON WATER SERVICE 
CITY WATER MAY FLOW TO LEESVILLE ROAD THIS SUMMER 
LEESVILLE RD. WATER LINE 'TOP PRIORITY' 
PERSISTENCE PAYS OFF 

LEFT TURNS 

15-501 TO GET TURNING LANES 

BREAK-IN TRIAL SHACKLED BY LEG IRONS; JUDGE RULES MISTRIAL... 

LEGAL ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 



S 2 10/31/1989 A 1 N C61 
H 2 11/01/1989 C 1 N R63 



H 2 12/07/1989 B 1 N S82 



H 
H 
H 
H 

cm 

H 
S 
S 
H 
S 

cm l 



9/03/1989 E 
10/15/1989 A 
10/22/1989 E 
10/24/1989 A 
10/24/1989 A 
10/29/1989 E 
11/01/1989 B 
11/06/1989 C 
11/23/1989 B 
12/02/1939 D 
12/08/1989 A 



Zll 



L38 



F 

M 

N 

E 

P 

N 

P S76 

N B53 

N 

P K30 

P L38 



2 6/09/1989 C 
2 10/02/1989 B 
2 10/02/1989 A 



1 N B53 
6 N M51 

S P N K30 



H 2 1/04/1989 D 9 N 



H 


2 


1/31/1989 B 


1 P N S69 


H 


2 


2/14/1989 C 


1 N S69 


S 


2 


2/14/1989 B 


1 P N H70 


s 


2 


2/15/1989 A 


4 E 



Cm 1 2/23/1989 A 1 M N M25 
Cm 1 1/07/1989 A 1 N H90 



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12/31/1969 



SUBJECTS 



LEMONADE 

BOOHING BUSINESS 

LEMURS 

LEMUR BEFUDDLED BY RARE TWIN BIRTH 

LENOX BAKER CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

LENOX BAKER FIRE HURTS 1; 75 EVACUATED 
WORKER BURNED AT HOSPITAL 
KIUANIS GIR 

LENOX CHINA, INC. 

LENOX CHINA PLANS AN OPEN HOUSE FOR 100TH BIRTHDAY 

LEOPARDS 

CHATHAM COUNTY FARM LAND BECOMES HOME FOR EXOTIC CATS 

LEO'S RESTAURANT (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
LEO'S HAS MEDITERRANEAN COZINESS 

LES COMPERES (FILM) 

AS FATHER'S DAY NEARS, CHECK OUT 'LES COHPERES' 

LES MISERABLES 

•LES MISERABLES' LOST IN '78 TRANSLATION 

LESBIANS 

SEE ALSO HOMOSEXUALS 



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ADS LIST JUDGE BECTON AS MEMBER OF LAW FIRM 

LEGAL DRINKING AGE 

SEE ALSO AGE OF CONSENT, SEXUAL INTERCOURSE 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, SALES 

SEE ALSO LIQUOR-BY-THE-DRINK, N.C, 
BEER STING NETS 29 FOR SALE TO MINORS 
CORRECTION 

ALCOHOL STILL COLLEGE STUDENTS' DRUG OF CHOICE 
'EVERYBODY I KNOW DOES IT',- SUNDAY FOCUS: UNDERAGED DRINKING 
STUDENTS WORKING AROUND 'CARDING'/SUNDAY FOCUS; UNDERAGED DRINKING 
IF ONE ID WON'T WORK, ANOTHER ONE WILL/SUNDAY FOCUS? UNDERAGED DRINKING 
ARRESTED DUKE STUDENTS LEARN ABCS OF N.C. LAW 
POLICE LOG/UNDERCOVER YOUTH REFUSED BEER, BUT CLERK ARRESTED 
POLICE LOG/3 CITED FOR UNDERAGE POSSESSION OF ALCOHOL 
DUKE NEIGHBORS FEAR ABC LAX ON UNDER-AGE DRINKING 

LEGAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. LAW SCHOOL 
SEE ALSO N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF LAW 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF LAW 
THIS LAW SCHOOL HAS NO ADMISSION TEST 

LEGAL FEES 

OWASA ADDS $200,000 TO PATENT SUIT COSTS 
DURHAM'S BREED OF FREE LAWYERS NEARS EXTINCTION 

LEGAL SERVICES CORP. 

LEGAL SERVICES HELPS THOSE WHO NEED LAWYER, BUT CAN'T AFFORD ONE 

LEGAL SERVICES OF N.C, INC. 

LEGAL SERVICES HELPS THOSE WHO NEED LAWYER, BUT CAN'T AFFORD ONE 

LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMITTEES 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMISSION 

LEGISLATIVE VETO 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE VETO 
SEE VETO POWER 



S 2 12/16/1989 B 1 N B53 



S 2 2/17/1989 A 
S 2 2/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/07/1989 A 
H 2 9/07/1989 A 
H 2 11/12/1989 B 
CHH 1 11/26/1989 A 
H 2 12/09/1989 A 



1 P N B53 

2 N 

5 N L90 
1 P N M70 
1 P N 
1 P N 
1 N N36 
1 N 
12 N 
1 N S69 



CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 3 N H90 



CHH 1 2/26/1989 A 1 N L90 
H 2 11/20/1989 A 1 N S82 



H 2 2/09/1989 C 1 N A54 
H 2 2/09/1989 C 1 N A54 



S 2 7/27/1989 A 7 P P T37 
H 2 8/24/1989 B 14 P N 



S 2 1/26/1989 A 1 P N B53 
H 2 1/27/1989 B 4 N 
S 2 4/15/1989 C 1 P P K30 



H 2 5/19/1989 C 1 P N T33 

H 2 12/15/1989 C 2 P N 

H 2 1/06/1989 D 8 P R D77 

H 2 6/09/1989 D 7 R L59 

H 2 3/17/1989 D 4 P R L59 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



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2/15/90 



HEARINGS TO FOCUS ON NEEDS OF MINORITIES 

LETHAL WEAPON (FILM) 

RETURN OF SUMMER, PT. II 

LETTER BOMBS 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 3 P N S17 



H 2 5/19/1989 D 1 P P 



SEE ALSO BOMBS 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 

^IT^STATCPUW FEW SECURITY CHANGES DESPITE MAIL BOMBINGS H 

SEASON OF OUTRAGE " 

FBI STUDYING LETTER TO WTVD FROM GROUP WITH MAIL BOMBS „„™™. H 
OFFICIALS SAY EVIDENCE LINKS KILLERS OF JUDGE, LAWYER TO WRITTEN THREATS H 
THIS LETTER CONTAINED NO BOMB, BUT IT EXPLODED WITH A BIGOT'S RAGE H 



12/20/1989 

12/24/1989 
12/30/1989 
12/30/1989 
12/31/1989 



13 
4 
1 
1 



N 
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N N36 

N 

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LETTER WRITING 

AFTER 45 YEARS, MAILMAN ARRIVES 

LETTERS 

SEE LETTER WRITING 

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (INDEXED BY TO PIC) 

SEE DURHAM MORNING HERALD, LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 

LEUKEMIA 

SEE ALSO CANCER 
FIGHTING FOR HER LIFE IS 'NORHAL' FOR LEUKEMIA VICTIM 
LOCAL CHURCH RAISING FUNDS FOR TREATMENT 
CHURCH RAISES $14,000 FOR LEUKEMIA VICTIM 
KENDALL JOLLY, 10, LEUKEMIA VICTIM 
KENDALL JOLLY, 10, DIES OF LEUKEMIA 
LEUKEMIA PATIENT DIES AT AGE 14 

LOCALS HELP MIGRANT WORKER MAKE LAST FLIGHT HOME „ mT * 11T „ TTU 
DURHAM MAN GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE IN BEATING DEATH OF LEUKEMIA VICTIM 
JUSTICE ISN'T BLIND IN DURHAM COUNTY 
•EXPERTS' ABORT JUSTICE 
DURHAM WOMAN FIGHTS LEUKEMIA 

LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO LAWSUIT DAMAGE AWARDS 

SCHOOLS SHUNNING THE RISKS 

COUNTY OKS FUNDS FOR LIABILITY COVERAGE 

LIBEL 

SEE ALSO ffiAPERS^N'.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR fCWSPAPERS) 
STUDENT SUES FOR LIBEL 

UILKERSON FILES LAWSUIT m 

COUPLE BRINGS LIBEL SUIT AGAINST CHATHAM PAPER 
LIBEL AND ITS CHILLING EFFECTS 
PUBLICATION BAN ASKED IN RECORD SUIT 
RECORD ASKS COURT TO DISMISS LIBEL SUIT 

LIBERAL ARTS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MASTER OF ARTS IN LIBERAL STUDIES 
MEDICAL SCHOOLS SEEK MORE VERBAL SKILLS 

LIBERALS 

SEE ALSO CONSERVATIVES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 
HEY! IT'S TOUGH BEING A CHAPEL HIL LIBERAL. 

LIBERTY 

SEE FREEDOM 

SEE U.S. CONSTITUTION 

LIBERTY BOWL 

SEE COLLEGE BOULS 

LIBRARIANS, DURHAM 



(CARTOON) 



H 2 2/24/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 


1/07/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


1/07/1989 A 


1 


N S17 


CHH 1 


1/16/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


H 2 


2/21/1989 B 


6 P 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


4/12/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


7/15/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


H 2 


9/12/1989 A 


1 


N S82 


S 2 


9/13/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


9/18/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 2 


9/25/1989 A 


1 P N H65 


H 2 


9/04/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


11/08/1989 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


4/13/1989 A 


9 


N 


CHH 1 


8/15/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


10/10/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


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 3/23/1989 C 3 N C60 



H 2 10/08/1989 D 4 T T C50 



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ADVENTURE IS WHERE YOU FIND IT, & REFERENCE LIBRARIANS HAVE THEIR SHARE 

LIBRARIANS, N.C. 

INSIGHT/EDUCATING JIMMY; FORMER UNC LIBRARIAN TRAINED PRINCE TO SEEK.,. 

LIBRARIANS, N.C, SALARIES 

UNC'S LIBRARY SALARIES ALSO LAGGING BEHIND 

LIBRARIANS. U.S. 

PROGRAM BRINGS TOGETHER BLACK EXECUTIVES, STUDENTS/BUSINESS BRIEFING 

LIBRARIES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, LIBRARIES 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY, BRANCHES 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, LIBRARIES 
LIBRARY STAFFERS TO ATTEND INFORMATION SOCIETY TALK 

LIBYA 



A MAJOR DIFFERENCE IN LIBYA 
MOCKERY OF SOVIET GOOD WILL 

LIBYA, U.S. AIR ATTACK 

BLASTING LIBYAN JETS ACT OF SELF-DEFENSE 

LICE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, HEALTH PROGRAM 
SCHOOL OPENINGS MAY MEAN GREATER HEAD LICE EXPOSURE 

LICENSE PLATES 

SEE ALSO AUTO REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

TEXANS NEED SOME FRIENDS 

VANITY HAS ITS LIMITS FOR DRIVERS IN D.C. 

LICENSE PLATES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 
LEGISLATURE ENACTS LAW TO TAX CONFISCATED DRUGS 
PRICE HIKED TO $40 FOR POPULAR, TALKING 'VANITY' LICENSE PLATES 

LICENSE TAGS 

SEE LICENSE PLATES, N.C. 

LICENSING BOARDS 

SEE ALSO N.C, BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 
SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 
SEE ALSO N.C. REAL ESTATE LICENSING BOARD 
SEE ALSO N.C WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMMISSION, LICENSES 
HOUSE TO CONSIDER DIETITIAN LICENSING 

LICK CREEK SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 

SEE ALSO SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS, DURHAM 
PLAN EXPANDS 2 CITY SEWAGE TREATMENT SITES 
CLOSE 2 DURHAM SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS, EPA SAYS 
EPA? EXPAND NORTHSIDE PLANT 

LIE DETECTORS 
SEE POLYGRAPHS 

LIFE RIGHT 

SEE DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, HELICOPTER SERVICE 

LIFE GOES ON (TV SHOW) 

LIFE GOES ON HITS HOME FOR CHAPEL HILL FAMILY 

LIFE OF VIRGINIA 

WHERE DO YOU TURN FOR FINANCIAL COUNSELING? LIFE OF VIRGINIA (AD) 



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H 2 


2/19/1989 B 


1 U N36 


H 2 


1/29/1989 D 


1 P F H49 


CHH 1 


2/27/1989 A 


3 N S17 


H 2 


2/19/1989 D 


6 N 



S 2 9/16/1989 A 6 N 



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



4 E 
4 E 



S 2 1/05/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 9/01/1989 A 6 F 



S 2 8/31/1989 A 
S 2 11/23/1989 A 



H 2 8/12/1989 A 
H 2 10/08/1989 B 



4 E 
4 E 



8 N 
1 U N36 



CHH 1 7/21/1989 A 3 P N M20 



H 2 2/03/1989 A 
H 2 6/17/1989 A 
S 2 6/17/1989 A 



1 N S69 
1 N R63 
1 N M06 



CHH 1 9/25/1989 A 
S 2 4/19/1989 E 



1 P G S17 
4 P A 



LIFE SENTENCES 



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SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 
SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 

^AUCE^GCTS'lIFeVoR MURDER; 15 YEARS TACKED ON BY JUICE FOR BURGLARY 
JURY GIVES FAUCETTE LIFE FOR KILLING EX-GIRLFRIEND 
18-YEAR-OLD GETS LIFE PRISON SENTENCE FOR MURDER 
JURY FINDS MAN GUILTY OF BURGLARY; DRAWS LIFE 
TEET GETS LIFE SENTENCE IN SLAYING OF NCCU STUDENT BULLOCK 
ANNADALE GETS LIFE 

LJFE "fflfflraflSro f niB«ifi£ wants right to end it 

A CASE FOR PLANNED DEATH 

LIFEGUARDS 

SHE'S THE BOSS 

MASTER OF ALL HE SURVEYS 

LIFEL MARIA < PARHAM HOSPITAL OFFERING LIFELINE 

LIFESAVING 
SEE HEROISM 
SEE RESCUES 

LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO CO. 

DURHAM COUGHS UP TONS OF TOXINS _ Tki ,_, 

SECRET MBttSDETAIL LIGGETT'S TOBACCO RESEARCH IN '50S 

DmraAraw TkmI sun/liggett & myers tobacco company <ad> 

TRIAL TO BEGIN IN $90 MILLION IUM SUIT 
LiM LAWSUIT FOR GENERIC CIGARETTES GETS iJNIER WAY 
LIGGETT PRESIDENT DEY TESTIFIES RIVAL FIRM STOLE TRADEMARK 
LiM CEO TO GIVE MORE TESTIMONY 

Sklffeia^cKig URif ■ BERING BiW'S COUNTERCHARGES 
LIGGETT SAYS IT WILL STAY IN CIGARETTE BUSINESS 
LIGGETT & MYERS OFFERS t5,000 REWARD IN WORKER'S MURDER 

LIGGETT i MYERS TOBACCO CO., HISTORY 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, HISTORY „„„,„ 

LIGGETT ft MYERS FINDS NICHE IN LEAF INDUSTRY 

LIGGE SgGETT > « i MYERS FINDS NICHE IN LEAF INDUSTRY 
LiM OFFERS REWARD FOR TIPS ON MURDER „,„„„. 
LIGGETT SAYS IT WILL STAY IN CIGARETTE BUSINESS 
FOOTBALL CARD HOPES RIDE ON LIGGETT GROUP 
LiM PURCHASES N.Y. SPORTS FIRM 
SUCCESS IS 'IN THE CARDS* 

LIGHT RAIL SYSTEM 
SEE MASS TRANSIT 
SEE TRIANGLE EXPRESS 

LIGHTNING 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, LIGHTNING 

LIGHTNING STOPS BLUES FEST OPENING 

LIGHTS 

SEE ALSO STREET LIGHTS 

SE G^LLE^Ka S TO N HELP INSTALL LIGHTS AT BALL FIELD 
1 ' THE SEARCH FOR AN AUTHENTIC HOAGIE ENDS 
LJaY |§ffMnhBJr*««5 DUKE DIVINITY SCHOOL $25,000 GRANT 



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1/26/1989 
1/26/1989 
2/24/1989 
3/02/1989 
6/08/1989 
10/05/1989 



H 2 12/03/1989 D 
H 2 12/12/1989 A 



S 2 6/26/1989 C 
CHH 1 8/01/1989 A 



N S82 

N £53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N H90 



1 P P L38 
3 P P L38 



H 1 9/12/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 


2 


2/19/1989 A 


L C N C60 


H 


n 

£ 


2/21/1989 A 


I N 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 G 1 


I A 


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 


2 


7/27/1989 A 


1 N S22 


S 


2 


8/25/1989 C 


1 P N B53 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 F 


2 P F M06 


s 


2 


4/19/1989 F 


2 P F M06 


s 


2 


5/13/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


7/27/1989 A 


1 N S22 


H 


£ 


8/03/1989 D 


5 P N 


S 


2 


9/19/1989 A 


1 N S92 


s 


2 12/12/1989 C 


4 P N C09 



H 2 9/16/1989 C 1 N N36 

H 1 7/26/1989 C 1 N T33 

H 2 4/14/1989 D 7 R D77 

H 2 1/31/1989 B 6 N 



LIMES 



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KEY LIME PIE; IT'S THE LIMES THAT DO IT 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



LIMON DANCE CO. 

SEE JOSE LIMON DANCE CO. 

LIMOUSINES 

SEE ALSO CLASS ACT LIMOUSINE SERVICE 
HIGH LIFE; PUPILS ENJOY LIMO RIDE, SWANKY OMNI LUNCH 

LINCOLN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER 

PLANS FOR MENTAL HEALTH CENTER DRAU SUPPORT 

1ST ANNIVERSARY 

FACES OF DURHAM'S HOMELESS 

COUNTY HOSPITAL TO UP RATES 

LINCOLN HOSPITAL ESTABLISHED FOR BLACKS 

DUKE WANTS INDIGENT BIRTH COSTS SPLIT UITH COUNTY 

HOSPITAL SPOKESMAN: EXTRA MATERNITY CASES MAY BRING RATE INCREASES 

FASHION DESIGNER REACHES OUT TO HELP HOMELESS 

HOSPITAL PROVIDING OBSTETRICAL CARE TO PATIENTS OF LINCOLN HEALTH CENTER H 

LINCOLN GETS *1,000 FOR HOMELESS 

SHOW WILL RAISE MONEY FOR PLAY AREA AT LINCOLN 

LINCOLN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, BUDGET 

$7.59 MILLION BUDGET OK'D FOR LINCOLN HEALTH CENTER 

LINCOLN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
SHAMEFUL 101ST CONGRESS 

LINEBERGER CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 



LINGERIE 

SEE ALSO CLOTHING <SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC ARTICLES OF CLOTHING) 
A LINGERIE SHOW JUST FOR WOMEN 

LINKS INC. 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

HIGH HOPES 

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

LINPRO COMPANY 

LINPRO ANNOUNCES OPENING 
TOPPING OUT 

LIONS CLUB INDUSTRIES 
SEE ALSO BLIND 
VISUALLY IMPAIRED LIONS CLUB WORKERS MAKE SUITS FOR PILOTS 

LIONS CLUB INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO LIONS CLUB 
DUKE LAW GRAD ELECTED LIONS CLUB INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT 

LIPOSUCTION 

THE LURE OF LIPOSUCTION 

LIQUOR-BY-THE-BRINK, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LEGAL DRINKING AGE 
SEE ALSO N.C, LAWS 
CURRITUCK BILL CALLED AN ATTEMPT TO GET LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 

LIQUOR-BY-THE-BRINK, OXFORD 
SEE ALSO OXFORD, N.C. 
OXFORD'S PLAN FOR MIXED DRINK REFERENDUM STYMIED 

LIQUOR RAIDS 

SEE ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

LITERACY 

SEE DURHAM LITERACY COUNCIL 



H 2 



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8/30/1989 B 



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2 


5/31/1989 B 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


2/03/1989 C 


3 


N A54 


S 


2 


4/07/1989 A 


2 P P S76 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 A 


1 C N C60 


s 


2 


4/19/1989 E 


11 P F H65 


H 


2 


5/14/1989 A 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


5/18/1989 C 


1 


N C60 


s 


2 


9/06/1989 B 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 


9/14/1989 C 


2 


N C60 


S 


2 


9/16/1989 C 


1 


N H65 


S 


2 11/18/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 


2/09/1989 C 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 12/01/1989 A 


4 


E 



H 2 5/09/1989 A 6 P U W15 



2/02/1989 B 
2/05/1989 B 
4/11/1989 B 



5/14/1989 D 
7/30/1989 F 



5 P G 
1 P P T32 
1 P U W15 



8 P P 
1 P P T37 



H 2 12/26/1989 C 6 P N C60 



S 2 7/10/1989 A 

CHH 1 1/02/1989 A 

H 2 6/03/1989 A 

H 1 3/16/1989 C 



3 N 

3 D N 

6 P N 
1 N T33 



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SEE ILLITERACY 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY LITERACY COUNCIL 

I TTHTI94 

DOCTOR SAYS MANIC DEPRESSION AFFLICTS CHILDREN AS WELL AS ADULTS 
CHAPEL HILL GROUP OFFERS SUPPORT TO SUFFERERS OF MANIC DEPRESSION 

LITHOTRIPTER 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 
NEW LITHOTRIPTER SET AT GENERAL 

LITTER 

SEE ALSO DUMPING 

SEE ALSO GLAD BAG-A-THON 

SEE ALSO G'LITTER DAY 

SEE ALSO KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL SYSTEM OF DURHAM-DURHAM CO. 

SEE ALSO KEEP N.C. BEAUTIFUL, INC. 

THE PARTY'S OVER; STREET VICTORY CELEBRATION LEAVES *4,000 PRICE TAG 

CLEANUP HIGHLIGHTS PROBLEM 

VOLUNTEERS WILL UN-TRASH DURHAM 

POLICE LOG/LITTER CHARGES FOLLOW TOILET PAPER INCIDENT 

APRIL 22 DECLARED GLITTER DAY 

TRASHIN' IT 

CLEAN UP DURHAM'S HIGHWAYS 

CLEANING UP REQUIRES YEAR-ROUND ATTENTION 

G'LITTER CLEANUP SET FOR SATURDAY 

BAG IT! 

CLEANUP CREWS HOPE DOWNTOWNSWILL G'LITTER 

ENO MOUNTAIN ROAD CLEANUP EFFORT FINALLY GETS OFF THE GROUND 

LET'S TRASH THE LITTERERS 

LOCAL GOOD OL' BOYS HAVE BAD OL' AIM/NATIVE SON 

CLEANER BEACHES BEST AWARD FOR TRASH EFFORT 

'MR. DID'S' MAGICIAN FRIEND SAYS MAKE TRASH DISAPPEAR 

WE ARE OUR TOWN'S KEEPERS 

THE 'DOWNTOWN DEBRIS DEBACLE' „_ „.,^_ „,™ 

'THOUSANDS OF THEM '/DOWNTOWN GROUP ADDRESSES PLETHORA OF CIGARETTE BUTTS 

VOLUNTEERS SWEEP N.C. BEACHES CLEAN 

A 'DEBACLE' REDEFINED 

LITTLE BIG THEATER COMPANY 

THEATER LIBERTIES WISELY TAKEN IN KIDS' TALE 

•DRAGON' COATS KIDS' LESSON IN SUGAR, CHARACTERS, HIJINKS 

NOW FAMILIES CAN GET SILLY 

DURHAM'S 'LITTLE' THEATER COMPANY GETTING BIGGER 

LITTLE BIG THEATER DELIVERS WITH 'SCAPINO' 

LITTLE BIG THEATER'S 'BEAUTY AND BEAST' FAVORS TALE'S CHARM 

•ANDROCLES' GOOD TASTE OF ADULT PLAYS FOR KIDS 

LITTLE CREEK (DURHAM COUNTY, N.C.) 

COUNTRY CLUB WILL SEEK PERMIT FOR EROSION WORK 

LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO BABE RUTH LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO NORTH DURHAM LITTLE LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO URAL-TV (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

DURHAM SPORTS OWN VERSION OF YANKEES-RED SOX RIVALRY 

LITTLE LEAGUERS CELEBRATE 50TH ANNIVERSARY JUNE 10 

WELCOME CHALLENGER DIVISION 

LITTLE LEAGUERS OFFER BIG ACTION 

SOUTH DURHAM WANTS A LITTLE LEAGUE TEAM 

LITTLE LEARNERS DAY CARE CENTER 
YOUNG ROYALTY 

THE LITTLE MERMAID (FILM) 

JUST LIKE OLD DISNEY/'THE LITTLE MERMAID' 



H 2 
CHH 1 



6/06/1989 C 
7/11/1989 A 



3 N D80 
3 N S17 



H 2 7/14/1989 C 3 N C60 



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



1/20/1989 
2/18/1989 
3/10/1989 
4/04/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/17/1989 
4/18/1989 
4/18/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/22/1989 
4/30/1989 
5/13/1989 
6/25/1989 
7/25/1989 
7/28/1989 
9/21/1989 
9/26/1989 
9/29/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/05/1989 



1 
4 
4 
2 
3 
1 
4 
4 
3 
10 
3 
1 
4 
4 
4 
1 
4 
4 
3 
4 
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N M70 

E 

E 

N 

N 

P 

E 

E 

N 

P T37 

N M70 

N H90 

E 

U 

E 

N R60 

E 

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N S17 

E 

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1/27/1989 D 
3/16/1989 B 
3/23/1989 D 
3/24/1989 D 
4/04/1989 B 
10/05/1989 A 
11/02/1989 A 



R P10 
R P10 
N B71 
F W66 
R W66 
R P10 
R P10 



CHH 1 8/10/1989 A 3 N M70 



7/04/1989 D 
7/04/1989 D 
7/28/1989 A 
8/22/1989 B 
10/03/1989 D 



4 U A76 
6 P N 

4 E 

5 P P S73 
5 N M06 



S 2 7/29/1989 A 5 P P T37 
H 2 11/24/1989 D 15 P R S92 



LITTLE RASCALS DAY CARE CENTER 



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SUBJECTS 



EDENTON ROCKED BY CHARGES OF DAY-CARE CHILD ABUSE 

LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE 

SEE LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL, LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE 

LITTLE RIVER 

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

SPLASHHHHH! 

HALKIOTIS, CAREY LEERY OF ZONING TOWNSHIPS 

WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT LIMITED 

LITTLE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
NORTH CAROLINA EXPLORERS 

PIZZA 'NOID' SERVES CONGRATULATIONS FOR PUPILS WITH SHINING ATTENDANCE 
LITTLE RIVER PRINCIPAL RECEIVES ACADEMIC AWARD 
THIRD-GRADERS AT LITTLE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PERFORM AN INDIAN DANCE 

LITTLE RIVER RESERVOIR 
SEE ALSO LAKE MICHIE 
CONSULTANT; LAND-USE CONTROLS BEST WAY TO PROTECT WATER SUPPLY 
BOARD TO GET REPORT ON DURHAM WATERSHEDS 
CITY SLURPS 'HIGH-QUALITY' WATER FROM NEW RESERVOIR 
WAR OVER WATERSHEDS 

STUDY! CLEAN WATER KEY TO GROWTH IN DURHAM 
LAND-USE CONTROLS SAID BEST HELP FOR WATERSHEDS 
PREVENTIVE APPROACH IS BEST FOR WATERSHED 
CITY FREES TREYBURN TO APPEASE DEVELOPERS 

CITY COUNCIL RESCINDS 1987 CONSTRUCTION BAN ON SEVEN TREYBURN LOTS 
SANFORD SAYS NO GREEN LIGHT YET FOR TREYBURN 
ENVIRONMENTALISTS WANT TO PROTECT LAKE 
WATER POLITICS RESURFACE 
PANEL DELAYS VOTE ON TREYBURN SEWERS 
WATERSHED LOT MINIMUHS SET AT TWO ACRES 

THE LITTLE THIEF (FILM) 

'THE LITTLE THIEF'/FAITHFUL TO TRUFFAUT-PERHAPS TOO MUCH SO 

LIVER DISEASE 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
SEE ALSO HEPATITIS 
GLAXO TO MARKET NEW DRUG 

LIVER TRANSPLANT 

7-MONTH-OLD N.C. BOY GETS LIVER TRANSPLANT 
SURGICAL MIRACLE 

LIVESTOCK 

SEE ALSO BEEF 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL PIEDMONT JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW i SALE 

SEE ALSO COWS 

SEE ALSO HOGS 

SEE ALSO POULTRY 

4-H CLUBS WILL SPONSOR CATTLE SHOWS... 

LET'S GET A MOO ON, COW! CATTLE GET BRUSHED, GROOMED FOR... 4-H SHOW 

LIVING BY FAITH WORLD WIDE MINISTRIES 

SEVEN LOSE BELONGINGS IN HOUSE/MINISTRY BLAZE 
BLAZE LEAVES 7 HOMELESS; DESTROYS PRAYER MINISTRY 
FIRE THAT DESTROYED HOUSE, MINISTRY STARTED IN CHIMNEY 
PLUM ST. FIRE BEGAN IN CHIMNEY 

LIVING CHRISTMAS TREE 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS TREES 
GREYSTONE'S SINGING TREE BRINGS CHRISTMAS MEANING OUT OF CHRISTMAS... 

LIVING COLOUR (BAND) 

LIVING COLOR CONCERT SET FOR END OF MONTH 
FOR LIVING COLOUR, ANOTHER 'HOMECOMING' 
CHARISMA, NOT MUSIC, IS LIVING COLOUR'S FORTE 



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H 2 12/17/1989 B 1 P N 



H 2 5/26/1989 C 1 N S69 

H 2 6/02/1989 C 1 P P L38 

CHH 1 11/01/1989 A 1 N M20 

S 2 12/19/1989 C 1 P N H65 



2 4/28/1989 C 1 P P T37 

2 6/03/1989 B 1 P N S92 

2 7/28/1989 B 4 N 

2 11/23/1989 A 8 P P T37 



1/06/1989 
1/08/1989 
2/03/1989 
2/20/1989 
2/23/1989 
3/29/1989 
3/30/1989 
7/25/1989 
7/26/1989 
7/26/1989 
8/21/1989 
8/26/1989 
12/12/1989 B 
12/19/1989 C 



1 M N H65 



N A54 
N T32 
E 

N H65 
N H65 
E 

N C61 
N R63 
N C61 
N C61 
E 

N C61 
N S69 



H 2 11/03/1989 D 17 P R S66 



S 2 2/21/1989 B 1 N 



H 2 1/26/1989 A 12 N 
H 2 11/30/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 
CHH 



1 7/08/1989 A 
1 7/10/1989 A 



7 P P T44 
3 P N C62 



H 2 11/20/1989 B 1 N M51 

S 2 11/20/1989 C 1 P N 

H 2 11/22/1989 D 5 N 

S 2 11/22/1989 A 7 N 



H 2 12/19/1989 B 1 P U W15 



CHH 1 1/09/1989 A 5 N 
H 2 1/27/1989 D 6 P R H90 
H 2 2/03/1989 D 8 R H90 



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SEE DUKE HOMESTEAD STATE HISTORIC SITE 
SEE DURHAM, N.C., HISTORY 

LIVING WILL 

SEE ALSO DEATH 
SEE ALSO EUTHANASIA 
SEE ALSO FUNERALS 

S£ LfM°CITI2ENS MUsf PLAN TO CONTROL LIVES, LAUYER SAYS 

LIVINGUELL HEALTH SPAS „ 

'LIFETIME' MEMBERS LEFT WITHOUT SPA 
LIVINGWELL STILL QUIET ON CLOSING 

LIZZARD LICK GOOD COUNTRY COOKING 

RESTAURANT PLANS SATURDAY LUNCH FOR HOMELESS 

LLDTB CArSrO'S LUKB STREET STUDIOS; JAILHOUSE ROCK 

LOAN APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C, LAWS 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 

REPORT: BLACKS MORE LIKELY TO BE DENIED LOANS 

HERITAGE SQUARE LOAN MAY UP DURHAM SUBSIDY 

HERITAGE LIKELY TO ASK CITY FOR LOAN 

CITY SHOULDN'T LEND CENTER MORE MONEY „„«.._, 

GROUP SAYS THRIFT'S LENDING PATTERNS TO GET CLOSE LOOK 

REPAYMENT ORDERED IN 'CREDIT REPAIR' SCHEME 

TOWN LOAN FALLOUT WORRIES ALDERMEN 

MODEL T'S LOAN COULD STIR DEBATE 

ALDERMAN OK TOWN LOAN FOR MODEL T'S 

LOBBYING 

PBS LOBBYIST WARNS AGAINST COMPLACENCY 

LOBBYISTS WORRIED BY LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES SOLICITING MONEY 

FORMER LAWMAKERS USE EXPERIENCE AS LOBBYISTS 

LOBBYISTS CAMPAIGN DONATIONS LABELED 'ARMS-RACE MENTALITY* 

BILL SEEKS BIGGER VOICE FOR TEACHERS 

HOUSE KILLS BILL TO DELAY LEGISLATORS FROM LOBBYING _^ 

THESHLEflF UNC/R.D. MCMILLIAN LOBBIES FOR UNC WITH A HANDSHAKE AND. 

CORRECTION 

LOBBYIST 'COOLING-OFF' PERIOD GOOD FOR N.C. 

PROPOSED COUNTY BUDGET INCLUDES HIRING A LOBBYIST 

COMMISSIONERS SHOULD CHOP LIAISON POSITION 

LCBBYISTSGETTING TIRED OF FUND-RAISING EVENTS IN WANING WEEKS Of... 

BLACK CAUCUS AMONG GROUPS RAISING MONEY 

LOBBYING FOR HOUSING PROJECT DESCRIBED AS PROPER 

BILL WOULD BAN FUNDS FOR LOBBYISTS ^^ „-«,,*, b 

DEAF, HEARING-IMPAIRED URGED TO LOBBY GOVERNMENT uFFICIALS 

LOBOTOMY 

SEE BRAIN SURGERY 

LOCAL GRASSROOTS PEACEMAKER AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO PEACE 
WOMAN TO GET PEACE AWARD 

LOCKS 



CHH 1 5/27/1989 A 2 N D38 



CHH 1 10/25/1989 A 1 P N S17 
CHH 1 10/29/1989 A 3 N S17 



H 2 12/20/1989 D 8 N 
H 2 9/03/1989 E 1 P F S56 



LOCKSMITH SUES CATES FOR PAYMENT 

LOCOMOTIVES 

SEE RAILROADS, N.C. 

L0G °FUNT>RAISERS TO STOP AT NORTHGATE IN DURHAM 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 



1/23/1989 

4/22/1989 

4/22/1989 

4/25/1989 

9/06/1989 

11/18/1989 

12/07/1989 

12/18/1989 

12/22/1989 



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



2/05/1989 A 
2/09/1989 C 
4/03/1989 B 
4/10/1989 B 
4/18/1939 A 
5/10/1989 B 
5/10/1989 A 
5/11/1989 A 
5/15/1989 A 
5/26/1989 C 
5/26/1989 A 
6/08/1989 
6/13/1989 
7/06/1989 
9/15/1989 
9/15/1989 



1 

3 
1 
1 
16 
7 
1 
2 
4 
1 
4 
7 



N 

N S69 
N M06 
E 

N R63 
N B53 
N C62 
N C62 
N 062 



N L90 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M20 

N 

E 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N R63 

N 

N 



CHH 1 9/29/1989 A 1 P N 
CHH 1 7/04/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 3/04/1989 A 11 N 



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SEE ALSO CONTESTS <SEE ALSO SPECIFIC NAMES OF CONTESTS) 
SEE ALSO SIGNS AND SYMBOLS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL, SYMBOLS 
UNC HOSPITALS APPROVES NEW EMBLEM 

LOGOS BOOKSTORE 

EVERYTHING MUST GO; BUSINESS SWIFT FOR LOGOS BANKRUPTCY SALE, AUCTION 

LOITERING 

LOITERING LAW PONDERED TO BATTLE DRUGS 

CITY COUNCIL PANEL APPROVES LOITERING ORDINANCE 

RESIDENTS AGAIN PROTEST FIRE STATION 

LET'S TRY ANTI-LOITERING LAW 

COUNCILMAN QUESTIONS ANTI-LOITERING ACT 

LOITERING ORDINANCE APPEARS HEADED FOR PASSAGE/LEWIS WANTS MORE STUDY 

DURHAM NEEDS STRONG DRUG LOITERING LAW 

COUNCIL TABLES LOITERING LAW; SEEKS MORE INPUT 

ANTH.OITERING LAW REMAINS IN LIMBO 

DEFENSE LAWYERS PROTEST ANTI-LOITERING PROPOSAL 

ANTI-LOITERING ORDINANCE ADOPTED BY CITY COUNCIL 

CITY COUNCIL APPROVES ANTI-LOITERING ORDINANCE 

ANTI-LOITERING LAW SAFEGUARDS IMPORTANT 

LOLLIPOP POWER INC. (BOOK PUBLISHER) 

THEME OF LOLLYPOP BOOKS CONTINUES UNDER LEADERSHIP OF CAROLINA WREN... 

LONDON, ENGLAND 

HAMPTON COURT REFLECTS THE HISTORY OF ENGLISH GARDENS 
REU GETS 2ND CHANCE AT DIRECT LONDON BRIDGE 

LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO ROAD RACE 

SEE ALSO CITY OF MEDICINE ROAD RACE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNTY CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS 

SEE ALSO FOOTFALLS ROAD RACE 

SEE ALSO JOGGING 

SEE ALSO MCPHERSON 5K FOR SIGHT AND SOUND 

SEE ALSO RUN AGAINST CANCER 

SEE ALSO WALKING 

RAINY RUN FOR FUN 

RUNNERS RETRACE STEPS OF FIRST UNC STUDENT 

SHE RUNS FOR THOSE RACING AGAINST SICKLE CELL ANEMIA 

SIENA HOTEL SPONSORS ROAD RACE 

SWEATING FOR THE ARTS 

JOG TOGS, TORCH SHINE BRIGHTLY AS GAMES' FLAME REACHES CHAPEL 

WHAT IS SPORT RECREATION? 

FOOTFALLS '89 

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

A LOOK BACK (CHAPEL HILL HERALD PHOTO FEATURE) 

A LOOK BACK/THESE DIDN'T GET AWAY (CORRECTION PRINTED 6-16-89) 

CORRECTION 

A LOOK BACK/PYTHIAS OFFICERS CHOSEN 

A LOOK BACK/BUSTIN' A STILL 

A LOOK BACK! 'WHAT AM I BID?' 

A LOOK BACK/COOLIN' OUT AT DANZIGER'S 

A LOOK BACK/DEADLY ENTRANCE 

A LOOK BACK/STOREFRONT POLITICS 

A LOOK BACK/BUSTING A STILL 

A LOOK BACK/OLD DICKSON HOUSE SITE 

A LOOK BACK/KUDOS FROM JAYCEES 

A LOOK BACK/INTOXICATING EXPLOSION 

A LOOK BACK/CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS 

A LOOK BACK/DOG DAYS 

A LOOK BACK/A POSTAL ADVANCE 

A LOOK BACK/EXTENDING THE LINE 



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CHH 1 7/14/1989 A 


3 D N L90 


CHH 1 1/29/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


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


2 10/26/1989 C 
2 10/27/1989 C 
2 10/27/1989 A 
2 10/30/1989 A 
2 11/02/1989 A 
2 11/03/1989 C 
2 11/03/1989 A 
2 11/07/1989 B 
2 11/07/1989 C 
2 11/10/1989 C 
2 11/21/1989 B 
2 11/21/1989 A 
2 11/22/1989 A 


1 N R63 
1 N R63 
1 M N C61 
4 E 
1 N C61 
1 P N R63 
4 E 
1 C N R63 
1 P N C61 
1 N R63 
9 N R63 
1 P N C61 
4 E 


H 


2 1/08/1989 D 


3 P U H45 


H 
H 


2 4/23/1989 E 
2 8/18/1989 A 


16 U 
1 N K6S 



H 2 1/02/1989 B 1 P P S73 



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



4/02/1989 
5/04/1989 
6/17/1989 
6/19/1989 
6/22/1989 
9/20/1989 
11/13/1989 



N L90 
N S17 
N 

P T44 
N T77 
L 
P T44 



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 



6/15/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/29/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/20/1989 
7/27/1989 
8/03/1989 
8/10/1989 
8/17/1989 
8/24/1989 
8/31/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/14/1989 
9/21/1989 



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D0UNT0WN 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/STYLES OF THE SEASON 

A LOOK BACK/FINAL SESSION IN OLD COURTHOUSE 

A LOOK BACK/POLITICAL FEAST 

A LOOK BACK/IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION 

A LOOK BACK/CHRISTMAS PAST 

A LOOK BACK/FOLK FESTIVAL HEADLINERS 

A LOOK BACK/CHURCH IN DEMOLITION 

MAKING WAY FOR THE SUNDIAL 

LOOK WHO'S TALKING (FILM) 

RESPECT FOR BABYHOOD/' LOOK WHO'S TALKING' 

L0 ° TI CAUSE OF DURHAM HOSIERY MILL FIRE STILL BEING INVESTIGATED TODAY 
TWO ARRESTED AFTER SOCKS STOLEN FROM HOSIERY MILL 

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 
SEE ALSO CALIFORNIA 
TAR HEELS PLAY IN THE LAND OF DREAMS 

LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS 

VALVANO, CLIPPERS AREN'T HOLDING TALKS ABOUT JOB 

FERRY'S DECISION LEAVES TEAMMATES WONDERING ,_ ap ru ^ 

ARRIVEDERCI, DANNY; ALL-AMERICAN FERRY SNUBS CLIPPERS FOR YEAR IN ROME 

FERRY'S BIG BUILDUPS 'NEW BIRD TO ROME' 

DUKE'S KRZYZEWSKI PROUD OF FERRY'S FINAL DECISION 

LOS ANGELES DODGERS 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

WOODSON IN RALEIGH AFTER LEAVING DODGERS 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



10/05/1989 
10/12/1989 
10/19/1989 
10/26/1989 
11/02/1989 
11/09/1989 
11/16/1989 
11/23/1989 
11/30/1989 
12/07/1989 
12/14/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/28/1989 



H 2 10/20/1989 D 15 P R S92 



LOS TROMPEROS HMMOS, 
SI 



CERAS 



LOSING STREAKS 

SEE ALSO DOG DAYS (SERIES) 

SEE ALSO RECORDS AND FIRSTS 

SEE ALSO SPORTS, STATISTICS ^ ^^ 

AT ORANGE, THEY'RE WINNERS NO MATTER THE RECORD 

TAR HEELS' BROWN GETS TIPS ON DEALING WITH STREAK FROM ONE WHO'S BEEN. 
DESPITE RECORD, BROUN NOT A LOSER 

LOST AND FOUND „ 

SEEING-EYE DOG GRETA FOUND (CORRECTION PRINTED 4-15-89) 



H 
H 
S 
H 
H 



LOST COLONY 

SEE ALSO OUTDOOR DRAMAS 
BLUEBERRY MUFFINS PLEASED FDR THAT 



•37 DAY HE CAME TO LUNCH 



THE LOST HONOR OF KATHARINA BLUM (FILM) 

•LOST HONOR' SPEAKS LOUDLY AFTER 14 YEARS 

LOTTERIES 

SEE ALSO GAMBLING 
SEE ALSO RAFFLES 
SEE ALSO SWEEPSTAKES 

GUBERNATORIAL VETO AND LOTTERY BILLS BACK IN ASSEMBLY 

LOTTERY BILL SHOULD BE CLIPPED __ 

PANEL TO AIR BILL TO CURB OBSCENE BUMPER STICKERS 

CLOSE SENATE VOTE EXPECTED ON LOTTERY nT7mt „ 

DIRECTOR OF CHARLOTTE GROUP TRYING TO ORGANIZE OPPONENTS OF LOTTERIES 

LOTTERY A GAMBLE FOR STATE FINANCES 

LOTTERY BILL DRAWS ONLY MUTED CRITICISM 

LOTTERY NO WINDFALL 

AT ED'S STOP i GO, LADY LUCK LINGERS 



2 3/20/1989 C 1 
2 4/04/1989 C 3 



S 2 1/02/1989 D 4 U F25 



3/05/1989 C 
8/02/1989 D 
8/02/1989 D 
8/03/1989 D 
8/03/1989 D 



5 N 
1 F N K88 
1 P U D18 
1 P N 
1 P N M88 



2 8/24/1989 B 3 P N M88 
2 6/29/1989 D 6 P P 



2 2/05/1989 C 8 P N P75 
2 10/18/1989 D 1 N L22 
2 10/26/1989 B 1 P U F25 



H 2 4/13/1989 A 1 P N P38 

H 2 1/01/1989 C 14 U H49 
H 2 3/03/1989 D 6 R L59 



H 


2 


1/12/1989 D 


4 F 


> N 


H 


2 


1/13/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/01/1989 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 D 


11 


N 


S 


2 


2/09/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


2/22/1989 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


3/07/1989 B 


1 


N 



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LEGISLATORS SAY MORE STATE SPENDING MEANS FINDING NEW REVENUE SOURCES 

DUKE ECONOMISTS CRITICAL OF STATE LOTTERIES 

LOTTERY SUPPORTERS HOPING FOR STRETCH RUN 

N.C. BUDGET PROPOSAL MAY BE WAY TO LOTTERY 

N.C. COULD FACE LOTTERY REFERENDUM 

HOUSE VOTES TO ENACT CHANGES IN HELMET LAW 

LOTTERY BILL ADVANCES FOLLOWING TENSE WORDS 

N.C. SENATE VOTES TO PUT ISSUE OF LOTTERY ON NOVEMBER BALLOT 

LEGISLATORS NOT SURE ABOUT VOTER INTELLIGENCE 

SENATE PASSES BILL LETTING VOTERS DECIDE ON LOTTERY 

N.C. HOUSE SHOULD LET VOTERS DECIDE ON LOTTERY 

INSIGHT/BEWARE STATE LOTTERIES; BONANZA IS 'BANANAS' 

LOTTERY TICKETS 
SEE ALSO TICKETS 
N.C. SENATOR'S BILL SEEKS LAWFULNESS OF LOTTERY TICKET 
LOTTERY TICKET BILL WINS COMMITTEE'S APPROVAL 
HOLDING LOTTERY TICKET ILLEGAL IN N.C. 
BILL ON LOTTERY TICKETS SURVIVES CLOSE VOTE IN SENATE 
LOTTERY BILL RIGHT APPROACH 
SENATE APPROVES BILL ON LOTTERY TICKET POSSESSION 
CLOSE SENATE VOTE EXPECTED ON LOTTERY 

LOUISBURG, N.C. 

FRANKLIN RESIDENTS ARE GETTING READY FOR LOT OF WHISTLING 

LOUISBURG PROTESTS GRANVILLE LANDFILL PLAN 

MOTHER HELD IN LOUISBURG SLAYINGS 

POLICE SEEK MOTIVE IN CHILD SLAYINGS 

RELATIVES HAVE NO CLUE IN CASE OF 3 SLAIN CHILDREN 

LOUISBURG AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

SEE LOUISBURG/FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE 

PEOPLE/RHONE-POULENC PRESIDENT GETS FARM AWARD 

'AMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS' TO BE PRESENTED IN LOUISBURG 

NEW SCHOOL YEAR BEGINS AT LOUISBURG COLLEGE 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE, GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 
SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT HONORS COUPLE 

LOUISBURG POLICE BEPT. 

LOUISBURG HIRES POLICEWOMAN 

LOUISBURG/FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

LEGISLATORS INVITED TO GO ON TOUR OF FRANKLIN COUNTY 
FRANKLIN CHAMBER HAVING BUSY SUMMER 

LOUISIANA, ELECTIONS 

DUKE HAS TO PROVE THAT HE HAS CHANGED 
DON'T CONDEMN GOP 

LOUVRE MUSEUM 

THE NEW LOUVRE 

LOVE 

WHEN THE CHILD INSIDE MAKES LOVE TURN SOUR 

LOVIN' SPOONFUL (BAND) 

SOUNDS OF THE '60S: DAYDREAMING STILL 

LOW-INCOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO SHARE THE WARMTH PROGRAM 
ENERGY ASSISTANCE APPLICATIONS STARTED 
FUNDS TO AID FAMILIES NEEDING ELECTRICITY 

LOW-INCOME HOUSING 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, HOUSING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM AFFORDABLE HOUSING COALITION 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM 



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2 3/07/1989 B 


1 P N 046 


H 


2 5/21/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 5/21/1989 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 5/25/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 7/28/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 8/01/1989 B 


12 


N 


H 


2 8/03/1989 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 8/04/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 8/07/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 8/08/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 8/10/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/01/1989 D 


1 


J 


H 


2 1/13/1989 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 1/25/1989 D 


4 


N 


S 


2 1/26/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 1/27/1989 A 


13 


N 


S 


2 1/28/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 1/31/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 2/01/1989 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


1 3/31/1989 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 4/18/1989 B 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 11/17/1989 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 11/17/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 11/18/1989 C 


1 P N 



H 2 1/12/1989 D 5 N 
H 1 1/21/1989 B 1 N 
H 1 8/25/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 1 5/11/1989 C 1 N H60 
H 1 1/27/1989 C 1 N 



H 1 5/03/1989 C 1 N H60 
H 1 8/02/1989 C 1 N H60 



S 2 2/23/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 2/27/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 7/16/1989 E 1 P F T32 
H 2 7/04/1989 B 1 P N S56 
H 2 1/06/1989 D 11 P F W66 



H 2 10/12/1989 C 3 N 
S 2 11/04/1989 A 1 N H65 



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SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, U.S. 

FORUM ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING SET 

NEW TANDLER PHASE IN WORKS 

REFERENDUM PROPOSAL GETS POSITIVE HEARING 

COUNCIL LIKES LOW-COST HOUSING PROPOSAL 

ROLLING HILLS SUCCESS MEANS HOPE FOR FUTURE 

STORY AND HEADLINE MISLEADING, INACCURATE 

CHAPEL HILL GOVERNMENT TILTS AT WINDMILLS 

MANAGER PROMOTES AFFORDABLE HOUSING 

HIGH COST OF HOUSING WORRIES ALDERMEN 

TOWN NEEDS HOUSING POLICY, COUNCIL TOLD 

IS HOUSING EFFORT WORTH THE COST'' 

SHORTAGE AFFECTING ENTIRE TOWN ,. 

NO ONE CAN COUNT THOSE 'DOUBLED UP'/THE OTHER DURHAM 

UNC URGED TO HELP EASE LACK OF HOUSING 

TOWN ASKS FOR HELP WITH HOUSING POLICY 

KifW^HE^CAN^rjS UNC RESEARCH FOCUSES ON... HOME OWNERSHIP 

N.Y. FINANCIAL FIRM ASKS TO AID HOUSING 

HOUSING TASK FORCE LOOKING AT UNC LAND 

RESULTS OF AIRPORT SURVEY DUE TONIGHT 

HOUSING: AESTHETICS VS. COST? 

RESIDENTS SILENT AT PUBLIC HEARING 

IMPACT TAXES AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING 

LOW-INCOME HOME OWNERS AIM OF LAND TRUST'S CAMPAIGN 

HOME RENOVATION FOCUS OF DURHAM FUND-RAISER 

HOUSING GROUP MAKES DIFFERENCE IN DURHAM 

CAN WE AFFORD AFFORDABLE HOUSING? _ 

BALANCING FEES, TAXES A DIFFICULT CHALLENGE 

DURHAM PUSHES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND INCREASES 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL MULLS LONG-RANGE PLAN 

DUKE TO INVEST $1.2 MILLION IN AFFORDABLE, LOW-INCOME HOUSING PROJECT 

DUKE COMMITS $1.2 MILLION TO LOW-INCOME HOUSING 

LENDERS, ADVOCATES EXPLORE LOW-COST HOUSING 

$1 MILLION LOAN PONDERED BY CITY LABELED HIGH RISK 

HOUSING PROPOSAL RISKY 

MERGER REPORT HEARING SCHEDULED FOR MAY 16 

DEVELOPER ASKS CITY FOR $1 MILLION LOAN 

RENOVATED MILL KEYS EDGEHONT TURNAROUND 

BUILDING A GOOD HOUSING POLICY 

COUNCIL OKS TAX INCREASE OF 3 CENTS 

PRICE URGES ACTION ON HOUSING CRISIS 

CITY COULD LOSE FUNDS IN CCB PACT 

AFFORDABLE HOMES, BY DEVELOPER SOUTH, WILL RISE AGAIN 

CHAPEL HILL TREE, SHRUB BILL ONE STEP AWAY FROM BECOMING LAW 

IN^GHT/DURHAM'S HOUSING DILEMMA! AFFORDABLE HOMES MAY BE HARD TO FIND 
CAPITALISM WITH A HEART __ „ ^ _„. 

DESPITE RISKS, CITY TO LEND MONEY FOR EDGEMONT PROJECT 

LEGISLATURE RATIFIES TREE BILL ir ^ T 

PUBLIC HOUSING PROGRAM INCLUDED IN COUNTY BUDGET 

FIRM TO GET HOUSING FUNDS FOR EDGEMONT 

GROUPS TO BUILD 6 LOW-INCOME HOMES 

HOUSING ADVOCATES TO MEET 

GROUP TO TARGET AFFORDABLE HOUSING 

THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING DILEMMA 

4-H DEVELOPS PROGRAM TO CUT JUVENILE CRI?€ 

DEVELOPERS SQUARE OFF ON MILL SITE REZONING 

COUNCIL CANDIDATE PUSHES AFFORDABLE HOUSING 

INCOME FORMULA THE RUB IN FAMILY LOSING RESIDENCE 

HUD TO REBATE $100,000 RENT IN CHATHAM CO. 

CHATHAM COMMITTEE TO FOCUS ON HOUSING 

BANK WILL GIVE BOOST FOR NEIGHBORHOODS _ 

1ST DURHAM HOMES MAKE DEBUT IN AFFORDABLE-HOUSING PR:)GRAM 

HOUSING OPENED FOR LOU-INCOME BUYERS 

COUNCIL MULLS HELP FOR HOUSING 

HOUSING INCENTIVES PROPOSED 

HUD STRIPS DURHAM OF $188,000 GRANT 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 


S 2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


S 2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 2 


S 2 


S 2 


CHH 1 


S 2 


S 2 


CHH 1 


H 2 


S 2 


H 2 


H 2 


H 2 


H 2 


S 2 


H 2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


S 2 


H 2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 2 


H 2 


H 2 


CHH 1 


S 2 


S 2 


S 2 


H 2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


S 2 


S 2 


H 2 


S 2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


S 2 


S 2 


H 2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


H 2 



1/03/1989 
1/04/1989 
1/05/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/12/1989 
1/12/1989 
1/22/1989 
1/24/1989 
1/25/1989 
1/27/1989 
1/29/1989 
1/31/1989 
2/02/1989 
2/02/1989 
2/06/1989 
2/06/1989 
2/11/1989 
2/14/1989 
2/21/1989 
2/21/1989 
2/23/1989 
2/25/1989 .. 
2/27/1989 B 
2/27/1989 A 
2/28/1989 
3/09/1989 
3/11/1989 
3/16/1989 
4/06/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/20/19S9 
4/24/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/09/1989 
5/09/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/19/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/25/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/24/1989 
6/25/1989 
6/27/1989 
6/29/1989 
6/29/1989 
6/30/1989 
6/30/1989 
7/05/1989 
7/08/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/25/1989 
7/29/1989 
8/22/1989 
8/30/1989 
9/01/1989 
9/09/1989 
9/12/1989 
9/25/1989 
9/29/1989 
9,10/1989 
10/04/1989 
10/11/1989 
10/13/1989 



N H90 
N C62 
N M70 
N M70 
E 
L 
L 

N M70 
N C62 
N M70 
E 

N M70 
Q Zll 
N M70 
N H70 
N 
N 

N H65 
N C62 
N M20 
E 
N 
E 
N 
N 
E 
E 
E 

N H70 
N M70 
N 

N S92 
N K65 
N R63 
E 

N R63 
N C61 
N R63 
E 

N M70 
N 

N C61 
N R63 
N M20 
N M20 
F 
E 

N R63 
N 

N H65 
N C61 
N C61 
N R63 
N M70 
E 

N H65 
N C61 
N R63 
N H65 
N N25 
N M25 
E 

N E33 
' N S22 
N M70 
N C62 
N R63 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



STATE HELPS IN EDGEMONT REHABILITATION 

AFFORDABLE HOUSING GOAL SET BY TRIANGLE COOPERATIVE PROGRAM 

PERK UP HOUSING PROGRAMS 

HOUSING PROJECT WINS AWARD 

OPEN HOUSE „ 

COUNTY TO TACKLE WATERSHED, AFFORDABLE HOUSING LINKAGE 

EDGEMONT SALES SHOW HOUSING NEED, SAYS SOUTH 

MARSHALL BLAST PUBLIC HEARING PROCEDURE 

CCB TO CREATE LOAN POOL FOR LOW-INCOME HOUSING 

HOUSING PROJECT GETS FIRST GO SIGN 

TAYLOR PROPOSES PUBLIC HOUSING 

FIRST UNION JOINS LOW-INCOME MORTGAGE EFFORT 

MARTIN TO GIVE HOUSING FUNDS, REECE SAYS 



S U B J E 



LOWE'S COMPANIES, INC. 

LOWE'S; CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR 100TH BIRTHDAY 
NEW HENDERSON LOWE'S WILL OPEN IN JANUARY 
LOWE'S NAMES GRESHAM TO POST 



(AD) 



LOWE'S GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

SAVE LOWE'S GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GROUP TO PETITION COUNTY SCHOOL.., 

BOARD VOTES 4-YEAR EXTENSION FOR COBLE 

SUPPORTERS OF LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL HOPE TO KEEP IT OPEN 

LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE MAY BE SAVED 

HISTORIC ELIGIBILITY OF LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL STUDIED 

LOWE'S GROVE CAMPUS DECLARED ELIGIBLE FOR HISTORIC REGISTER 

GOODBYE PARTY SET AT LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL 

FAREWELL PARTY 

LOWE'S GROVE ALUMNI BID FAREWELL TO SCHOOL/TUESDAY TALK 

FLAG DAY 

"OFF WITH HER HEAD!" 

LOWE'S GROVE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
NIX TO NARCOTICS 
HISTORY BOWL CHAMPIONS 
CHAMPS AGAIN 
DIGGING THE SCENE 

LOWE'S GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL 

LOWE'S GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL HONOR ROLL STUDENTS LISTED 

CAN DO 

LOWE'S GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCES HONOR-ROLL STUDENTS 

LOWE'S GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS, BASEBALL 

GITHENS TAKES LOWES GROVE IN MIDDLE SCHOOL SHOWDOWN 

LOWE'S GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
LOWE'S GROVE HAS SEASON OF CHAMPS 

LOWES GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS, SOCCER 

SUN SENDS SUPER SETTING FOR SOCCER SEASON IN DURHAM 

LOWE'S GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS, TRACK 

LOWE'S GROVE GIRLS HAVE GOOD TRACK RECORD 
LOWE'S GROVE HAS SEASON OF CHAMPS 

LOWE'S GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS, VOLLEYBALL 
LADY VIKINGS VOLLEYBALL TEAM CHAMPS 

LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL 

SEE LOWE'S GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL, LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE 
LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE MAY BE SAVED 
LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE SHOULD BE PRESERVED 
FAREWELL PARTY 



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N 
P 


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


S 2 10/14/1989 A 
H 2 10/17/1989 C 
H 2 10/27/1989 A 
H 2 10/28/1989 C 
S 2 11/13/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/27/1989 A 
H 2 11/29/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/02/1989 A 
S 2 12/05/1989 A 
H 2 12/08/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/09/1989 A 
S 2 12/09/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/22/1989 A 


1 N C61 
1 N C60 
4 E 
1 N K65 
3 P T44 
1 N S17 
1 P N R63 
1 P N M20 
1 N E33 
3 N R63 
3 N 
1 N E33 
1 N M25 


S 
H 
H 


2 4/19/1989 F 

1 10/21/1989 C 

2 12/31/1989 D 


9 D A 
1 N H60 
7 P N 


H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 


2 1/06/1989 C 
2 1/20/1989 C 
2 1/20/1989 C 
2 1/31/1989 A 
2 2/22/1989 C 
2 4/27/1989 B 
2 5/17/1989 C 
2 5/22/1989 C 
2 5/23/1989 A 
2 5/27/1989 C 
2 6/03/1989 C 


1 N J40 
1 P N J40 
1 N S92 
1 P N S92 

1 P N K65 
7 N K65 

2 D N J40 

1 P P C45 
6 P U W15 

2 P P S76 
1 P P T37 


S 
H 
S 
S 


2 1/28/1989 B 
2 3/01/1989 C 
2 3/01/1989 A 
2 4/28/1989 B 


5 P P T37 
7 P P S73 
2 P P S73 
2 P P T37 


S 
S 
S 


2 6/07/1989 A 
2 6/10/1989 C 
2 8/03/1989 C 


7 N 

3 P P L38 

4 N 


S 


2 5/02/1989 D 


4 P U A76 


S 


2 5/23/1989 B 


6 P N A76 


S 


2 10/17/1989 B 


4 P N A76 


S 
S 


2 5/16/1989 B 
2 5/23/1989 B 


4 P N A76 
6 P N A76 


S 


2 11/07/1989 D 


6 P N A76 



2 1/31/1989 A 
2 2/02/1989 A 
2 5/22/1989 C 



1 P N S92 
4 E 
1 P P C45 



LOWE'S INVESTMENT CORP. 

SEE LOWE'S COMPANIES, INC. 



LU-E-6'S BAD DOGS (RESTAURANT) 



-LX630- 



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



SUBJECTS 



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LU-E-G'S CLOSES IN HILLSBOROUGH 
LU-E-G'S LIVES! 

LUMBEE INDIANS 

SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C. 
LUMBEES RENEW THEIR CAMPAIGN FOR RECOGNITION 
SEPARATE COUNTY SUGGESTED FOR LUMBEES 
DUKE STUDENTS FINED FOR PADLOCKING GATES AT GOVERNOR'S MANSION, 

LUMBER RIVER _ 

STATE PARK SOUGHT ON LUMBER RIVER 

LUMIN#UA 

STUDENTS WILL LIGHT THE WAY TO EASE HUNGER IN DURHAM 

LIGHTING LUMINARIES 

STUDENTS' LIGHTS HELP FEED HUNGRY 

SPARKING CHRISTMAS AT RESERVOIR 

LUNAR ECLIPSE 

MOON WILL BE IN TOTAL ECLIPSE ON AUG. 16-17 
PORTUGUESE FOWL ECLIPSED 

BROUN BAG BLUES CAN BE VANQUISHED 

LUNCH COUNTERS 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
COUNTER CULTURE; DINERS COME FOR THE COMPANY 

LUNG DISEASES 

A TEST OF SKILLS/ 'BABY'S BREATH STUDY- 
LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS (DISEASE) _ _ „,„„„ rTP ^ Anr ^ 
SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 

ART SALE yiLL SUPPORT LUPUS RESEARCH FUND 

LUTES 

LUTE PLAYER TO GIVE CONCERT TODAY 

LUTHERAN FAMILY SERVICES 

GROUP HOME FOR TROUBLED YOUTHS EYED 

LUTRADUR 

WINNING SCULPTURES IN LUTRADUR CONTEST SHOWN IN TRIANGLE 

LUXFER USA LTD. 

GRAHAM TO GET $15 MILLION PLANT 

LYING 

SEE ALSO FRAUD 
SEE ALSO POLYGRAPHS 
AN ALLOWABLE FIB 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
SPOTTED FEVER, LYME DISEASE SUMMER RISK'S 
TICK-BORNE DISEASES HAVE RESIDENTS MAKING CALLS 
DURHAM COUNTY WOMAN GETS CASE OF LYME DISEASE 

LYMPHOMA 

SEE W.SO CANCER 
SURVEY PLANNED TO GUAGE CANCER RATE IN BUTNER 

LYNCHBURG RED SOX (FORMERLY METS) 
AVERY SPARKS BULLS TO SPLIT 
RED SOX DEAL BULLS FIRST SHUTOUT OF SEASON 
CHAMPION PROVIDES POWER AS BULLS RALLY PAST RED SOX 
BILLS WALK TO HALT SKID 
BULLS STROLL PAST LYNCHBURG 
BULLS EARN SPLIT IN ONE-RUN NIGHT 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

CHH 1 8/27/1989 A 3 P N M20 
CHH 1 10/16/1989 A 3 P N W57 



H 2 1/26/1989 B 4 N 
H 2 2/08/1989 D 10 N 
. .PROTEST H 2 5/17/1989 C 1 N R63 



H 2 4/08/1989 A 11 N 



S 2 5/10/1989 B 1 D N S92 

H 2 5/29/1989 C 2 P P S73 

S 2 5/29/1989 A 1 P N S92 

S 2 12/19/1989 B 2 P P T32 



H 2 8/08/1989 C 3 N 
S 2 8/21/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 8/23/1989 C 1 T F S27 

H 2 2/05/1989 E 1 P F S56 

CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 8 N 

S 2 11/18/1989 C 1 N E33 

H 2 2/08/1989 C 4 P N 

S 2 9/28/1989 C 1 N H65 

H 2 9/24/1989 E 9 P R G68 

H 1 11/29/1989 C 1 N H60 

H 2 4/12/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 5/27/1989 C 
CHH 1 6/05/1989 A 
S 2 6/19/1989 A 



1 D N C60 
1 N S17 
1 N H65 



H 1 12/06/1989 C 1 P N T32 



2 5/03/1989 D 

2 5/04/1989 D 

2 5/05/1989 B 

2 5/09/1989 B 

2 5/09/1989 B 

2 5/11/1989 D 



1 N 550 

1 N 

1 N 

1 P N C52 

1 P N P52 

1 P N P75 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX B 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 






BULLS STRUGGLE, SPLIT UITH LYNCHBURG 

LYNDHURST FOUNDATION 

LYNDHURST TEACHING GRANTS AWARDED 

LYNETTE'S RESTAURANT 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, DURHAM 
AT LYNETTE'S, DAYS OF CHERRY COBBLER AND FATBACK BISCUITS ARE OYER 

LYON PARK CENTER 

MAE IOB RECALLS DURHAM'S CHANGES/THE SUN, 100 YEARS 
JOBS PROGRAM SHELVED 
JOB-TRAINING TRUCE SOUGHT 
LET'S FIX THE FLAT TIRE 

LYON PARK SCHOOL 

LYON PARK SKILLS PROGRAM SUSPENDED 

LYON STATION SANITARY DISTRICT 

LYON STATION WATER, SEWER BILLS GOING UP 

GRANVILLE BOARD DISCUSSES LYON STATION SANITARY DISTRICT POLICIES 

MACARTHUR FOUNDATION 

DUKE PROFESSOR GETS $275,000 FROM MACARTHUR FOUNDATION 
EXPLORING THE MIDLIFE CRISIS 

MACBETH (PLAY) 

ITALIAN ACTOR STARS IN 'MACBETH' 
'MACBETH' AS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE 
DUKE STAGE COMPANY'S 'MACBETH' MISSES THE MARK 

MCBROOM RENTAL & HARDWARE 

JOSEPH MCBROOM, OWNER OF RENTAL BUSINESS 

MCCARTHY'S RESTAURANT 

AT MCCARTHY'S, IT'S BEST TO STICK TO THE BASICS 

MCCAULEY STREET (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
DISTRICT HEARING SLATED 
CREATING A HISTORIC HEADACHE? 

MCCLATCHY NEWSPAPERS 

S.C. NEWSPAPERS DEAL REACHED 

MCDONALD'S 

SEE ALSO RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE (DURHAM, N.C.) 
DOWNTOWN TO GET NEW MCDONALD'S 
MCDONALD'S CHAIN BUYS DOWNTOWN LOT 
DOWNTOWN GETS FAST LANE 

LANDSCAPING LAWS DELAY MCDONALD'S CONSTRUCTION 
LANDSCAPING LAWS DELAY MCDONALD'S CONSTRUCTION 
RESTAURANT SITE 
GROUND-BREAKING 

MCDONALD'S EYES SLICE OF FAST-FOOD PIZZA TURF 
ROCK IN FRY PROMPTS MCDONALD'S LAWSUIT 



MCDONALD'S (HILLSBOROUGH, N.C.) 
ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER M 
HILLSBOROUGH MARKSMAN TARGETS MCDONALD'S '0' 

MCDONALD'S (HILLSBOROUGH ROAD) 
FAST FOOD AND 0VER-50S 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

MCDONALD'S (MORGAN t, RIGSBEE) 
OPENING NEXT MONTH 
MCOPENING 
SIZZLE FIZZLES FOR RESTAURANT'S OPENING DAY 



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



S 2 5/11/1989 B 1 P U P52 
CHH 1 5/05/1989 A 5 N 

H 2 1/15/1989 B 1 U N36 



S 2 1/20/1989 B 

H 2 4/06/1989 A 

H 2 4/13/1989 A 

H 2 5/18/1989 A 



1 P F G59 
4 E 
4 E 
4 E 



H 2 4/04/1989 C 1 N C47 



H 1 1/19/1989 C 
H 1 3/22/1989 C 



H 2 7/19/1989 C 
H 2 12/21/1989 A 



S 2 6/22/1989 D 
H 2 6/30/1989 D 
S 2 7/13/1989 D 



H 2 3/20/1989 B 
H 2 7/21/1989 D 



CHH 1 11/13/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/26/1989 A 



N T33 
N T33 



3 P F 
7 P R M31 
9 R B77 



12 

5 P R D77 



3 N 

4 E 



H 2 9/26/1989 B 5 N 



S 
H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
S 
C* 


2 4/25/1989 A 
2 4/26/1989 D 
2 4/28/1989 A 
2 7/14/1989 A 
2 7/14/1989 A 
2 8/01/1989 C 
2 8/02/1989 D 
2 8/07/1989 C 
1 11/21/1989 A 


1 M N S78 
10 M N S69 

4 E 

1 M N C61 
1 M N S78 
1 P P S76 

5 P P S76 
1 N M06 
3 N H90 


CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/21/1989 A 


1 P P L38 
3 N U57 


H 
H 


2 2/23/1989 B 
2 2/24/1989 A 


1 P F S56 

2 N 


H 
S 
H 


2 11/12/1989 F 
2 12/07/1989 A 
2 12/08/1989 A 


1 P T37 

2 P P S76 
1 P N N36 



MCDONALD'S (NORTH ROXBORO ROAD) 



-LX630- 



HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX B 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



N 

P 

DURHAM RESTAURANT EMPLOYEE HOLDS MAN FOR POLICE FOLLOWING THEFT OF CASH S 

H 



MCDONALD'S ALL-AMERICA HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM 

MCDONALD'S ALL-AMERICA STATUS OFTEN STEP TOWARD STARDOM 

MCFARLING'S EXXON (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

SEARCH FOR GASOLINE LEAK CLOSES STATION FOR A DAY 
SERVICE STATION SOURCE OF LEAK 

MCGOWAN CREEK 

REPORT: MCGOWAN SITE MORE ECONOMICAL 
REACTIONS VARY TO DAM SITE PROPOSALS 
PROTESTERS RALLY AGAINST ENO DAM SITE 
RESERVOIR LOCATION PROBABLY DECIDED 
PLANNER 'STUNNED' BY RESERVOIR DECISION 
HILLSBOROUGH FORGOES APRIL PLANNING MEETING 
COMMISSIONERS IGNORE RESERVOIR FACTS 
ARE COMMISSIONERS HIDING SOMETHING? 
PLANNERS ASK DELAY OF RESERVOIR DECISION 
ORANGE COUNTY BOARD SELECTS SITE FOR RESERVOIR 
PLANNING BOARD BUCKS COMMISSIONERS 

MCKENZIE GROUP 

♦14,000 OK'D FOR SCHOOL CONSULTANTS 

MCKEVLIN AWARD 

SEE ANTHONY J. MCKEVLIN AWARD 

MCLENNAN'S FARM 

WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT SPARKS FEARS 

BOARD GRANTS DELAY FOR SUBDIVISION BID 

COUNTY ENGINEER SATISFIED WITH MCLENNAN'S SYSTEM 

WATERSHED 'EXPERIMENTS' QUESTIONED 

THE REAL WATERSHED ISSUE 

SEWER SYSTEM SAFE, TODD SAYS _ _„, 

COMMISSIONERS' WATER POLICY 'ARBITRARY,' 'INCONSISTENT' 

WATERSHED SUBDIVISION GETS PLANNERS' OK 

OPPONENTS REGISTER DISAPPOINTMENT AT MCLENNAN'S. 

HILARY PLANS CLEAR HURDLE 

PLANNING BOARD HAD NO CHOICE 

MCLENNAN'S FARM AGAIN FOCUS OF PUBLIC HEARING 

COUNTY ASKED FOR WATERSHED MORATORIUM 

SUPPORTERS SAY PROJECT MEETS ALL ORDINANCES 

MCLENNAN'S FARM SPEAKERS SWORN IN 

OEM'S POLICY UNCLEAR; OFFICIALS DIFFER ON MCLENNAN'S FARM 

DEM! NO WATERSHED MORATORIUM/ENGINEER TOLD THAT DEM CONTINUES TO... 

MCLENNAN FARM PERMIT MAY BE DECIDED TUESDAY 

FOES SCREAM PROTESTS AS SUBDIVISION APPROVED _„ TA MMf , 

DEM LACKS WRITTEN RULES ON WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT, OFFICIAL SAYS 

MORATORIUM COULD HIT 57X OF COUNTY 

COMMISSIONERS FOLLOWED THE RULES 

MaE °COURT SAYS JURY SHOULD GET CASE OF CONTAMINATED ALAMANCE WELLS 

MCMAHAN ELECTRO-OPTICS 

MCMAHAN ELECTRO-OPTICS ANNOUNCES MOVE TO RTP 

MCMANNEN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

MCMANNEN MEMBER ELECTED NATIONAL PRESIDENT OF UNITED METHODIST MEN 
DURHAM CHURCH, RESTAURANT SEND HELP TO HUGO VICTIMS 
DURHAM CONTINUES HUGO RELIEF EFFORTS 

MCPHERSON 5K FOR SIGHT AND SOUND 
SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 
RACE BENEFITS BLIND AND DEAF 

MCPHERSON HOSPITAL _ _ __ 
HOSPITAL NAMES NEW CHIEF OF STAFF 



(CORRECTED 7-20-89) 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 



2 1/07/1989 C 
2 2/26/1989 C 



1 N 



4 N M14 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



6/16/1989 A 
6/20/1989 A 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
H 



CHH 1 



1/04/1989 
1/05/1989 
1/31/1989 
4/01/1989 
4/05/1989 
4/08/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/14/1989 
4/18/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/19/1989 



N M70 
N M70 



P N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 

P N M20 
L 
E 

N M20 
N M20 

P N M20 



H 2 4/11/1989 C 6 N 



CHH 1 


5/24/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


6/28/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


7/01/1989 A 


1 


? N M20 


CHH 1 


7/05/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


7/08/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


7/16/1989 A 


4 P U 


CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 


1 


M N M20 


CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


7/20/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


7/20/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


7/31/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


8/02/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/03/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


8/03/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


8/04/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


8/11/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


8/14/1989 A 


3 P N D38 


H 2 


8/16/1989 C 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


8/16/1989 A 


1 


N M25 


CHH 1 


8/17/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


8/17/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 1 


9/20/1989 C 


4 


N L40 


H 2 


4/19/1989 D 


5 


N K65 


H 2 


3/18/1989 A 


7 P N 


S 2 


9/27/1989 A 


1 


N E33 


S 2 


10/02/1989 A 


1 


N E33 


S 2 10/20/1989 B 


7 


N 


H 2 


2/01/1989 B 


12 


N 



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SUBJECTS 



mcpherson hospital fulfilling original mission 

madd 
see mothers against drunken driving (madd) 

mcnc at the crossroads (special series) 
see also microelectronics center of n.c. (state research facility) 
gold rush or bust? mcnc at the crossroads 

THE BOTTOM LINE CATCHING PUBLIC'S EYE/MCNC AT THE CROSSROADS 
KUHN. NEU DIRECTOR, HOPES TO IGNORE PAST, LOOK AHEAD 
ARTICLE ABOUT MCNC CONTAINED INACCURACIES 

MDMA (DRUG) 

SEE ECSTASY DRUG 

MOTHEREAD 

SEE ALSO ILLITERACY 
PROGRAM TO TEACH ADULTS TO READ, SO THEY CAN TELL STORIES TO CHILDREN 
LITERACY PROGRAMS IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE 
LITERACY PROGRAM BENEFITS MOTHERS, CHILDREN 

MTV NETWORKS 

MTV UNVEILS THE FUTURE IN DURHAM 
RIGHT HERE, THE WORLD ACCORDING TO MTV 

MACHINE GUNS 
SEE ALSO GUNS 
CHANGE SOUGHT IN MACHINE GUN DEFINITION 
BILL TO HELP AIDS VICTIMS FACES MORE AMENDMENTS 

MACY'S (NEU YORK DEFT. STORE) 

ORANGE HIGH SINGERS JOIN MACY'S MARCH 

MADAGASCAR 

DUKE RESEARCHER STUDIES BUTTERFLIES IN MADAGASCAR 

MADAME SOUSATZKA (FILM) 

'MADAME SOUSATZKA': WHICH STAR SHOULD SHINE BRIGHTEST? 

MADISON COUNTY, N.C. 

FORMER MADISON SHERIFF NOW ON OTHER SIDE OF SUMMONS 

MAGAZINES 

SEE ALSO BIG BEAUTIFUL WOMAN (FASHIONS FOR LARGE WOMEN) 

SEE ALSO NEWSWEEK (MAGAZINE) 

SEE ALSO PLAYBOY MAGAZINE 

SEE ALSO U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT (MAGAZINE) 
GLOSSY MAGAZINE PRODUCED BY STUDENTS TO DEBUT AT DUKE 
ARBITER OF GOOD TASTE; EDITOR'S OWN STYLE BREATHES NEW LIFE INTO... 

MAGIC EXPRESS TENNIS TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO TENNIS 
MAGIC EXPRESS TENNIS CLUB ORIENTS DURHAM BLACKS TO TENNIS 

THE MAGIC TREE: A FAMILY HOUR WITH THE ARTS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 

'GRIOT'S CORNER,' MAGIC TREE OFFER A LEARNING ADVENTURE 

MAGICIANS 

MAGIC OR DEATH 

MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING 

SEE ALSO THREE-DIMENSIONAL ULTRASONIC IMAGING 
NCMH MAY BUY SECOND MRI MACHINE 

ALAMANCE HOSPITALS TO GET MAGNETIC RESONANCE-IMAGING SYSTEM 
$1,89 MILLION IMAGING MACHINE GOING ON LINE AT COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL 
RTP FIRM TO SUPPLY HOSPITALS HELIUM 
DIAGNOSIS WITHOUT SURGERY 



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2 6/09/1989 B 1 P F H65 



H 2 4/16/1989 A 1 P Q K65 

H 2 4/17/1989 A 1 C Q K65 

H 2 4/18/1989 A 1 Q K65 

H 2 4/24/1989 A 4 L 



H 2 6/26/1989 C 1 N N36 
S 2 9/08/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 11/10/1989 A 8 P N G59 



H 2 3/03/1989 D 2 N 
H 2 3/12/1989 E 11 P N Zll 



H 2 2/16/1989 B 4 N 
H 2 7/15/1989 A 6 N 



CHH 1 11/25/1989 A 3 P N H90 

S 2 4/21/1989 C 1 N 

H 2 6/30/1989 D 4 P R L59 

H 2 4/06/1989 A 12 N 



H 2 3/21/1989 C 
H 2 6/19/1989 B 



1 P N N36 
1 P F W15 



S 2 6/06/1989 D 4 N A76 



H 2 2/03/1989 A 
S 2 12/09/1989 C 



CHH 1 3/14/1989 A 
H 1 6/15/1989 C 
H 2 11/11/1989 C 
S 2 11/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/13/1989 A 



8 P N 
1 P N Yll 



3 N L90 
1 N H60 
1 P N C60 
1 N 
3 P N S17 



MAGNOLIA GRILL 



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MAGNOLIA COMBINATIONS SURPRISE SUCCESSES 

MAIL BOXES 

SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 
BOMB RIPS MAILBOX AT POST OFFICE _ _ m _ 

POLICE PROBE MOLOTOV BOMB, MAILBOX BLAST; POWDER AND PIPE ROCK CENTER 
TWO CHARGED WITH MAKING PIPE BOMBS 
HARTWELL SAYS THIEVES RAIDING MAILBOXES 
BUILDING BETTER MAILBOX 
FIXER-UPPER 
MAILBOXES VANDALIZED 

MAIL FRAUD 

SEE ALSO MAIL-ORDER BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 
2 MEN INDICTED FOR MAIL FRAUD 

MAIL-ORDER BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO MAIL FRAUD 
SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 

SEVERAL NEW STATE LAWS USHERED IN ON NEW YEAR'S DAY 

BILL TO CURB N.C. FURNITURE MAKERS FAILS TO REACH VOTE 

HAIL ORDER HOUSES SHOULD BE TAXED 

N.C.'S MAIL-ORDER TAX LAW NOT COLLECTING REVENUE 

MUNCHIES BY MAIL 

HAILBOMBS 

SEE BOMBINGS, DURHAM 
SEE LETTER BOMBS 

MAILBOXES 

SEE MAIL BOXES 

MAIN STREET PARTNERS (CARRBORO, N.C.) 

ARTSCENTER RECEIVES LOAN TO PURCHASE SPACE 
D.A. PONDERS ARTSCENTER, LANDLORD LINK 
D.A. PONDERS ARTSCENTER, LANDLORD LINK 
SBI TO PROBE ARTSCENTER SITE SALE 
BOARD'S KNOWLEDGE OF TRANSACTION QUESTICfCD 

MAIN STREET PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO N.C. MAIN STREET PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO PEDESTRIAN MALLS 

DOWNTOWN A VITAL ASSET, CHAMBER TOLD 

RENEWAL, PRESERVATION! GOOD PARTNERS 

BURLINGTON REMOVING MAIN STREET HALL 

MAINE „ 

BOOK FOCUSES ON PROTECTING MAINE SHORES 

MAINSTREAMING 

SEE CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 

SEE MENTALLY RETARDED 

SEE SCHOOLS, N.C, CURRICULUM 

SEE SPECIAL EDUCATION 

MAJOR LEAGUE (FILM) _ 

WHEN REAL GAME RAINS OUT, HAVE 'MAJOR LEAGUE' ON DECK 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL, DRAFT 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
THREE TAR HEELS PICKED ON DAY 1 OF MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL DRAFT 

MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, CANCER 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, DISEASES 

DIONNE WARWICK SINGS FOR BENEFIT AT DUKE MARCH 30 

SINGER! 'WE'VE GOT A PROBLEM HERE' 



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



H 2 


2/10/1939 D 


6 P R D77 


H 2 


1/09/1989 A 


1 N M51 


S 2 


1/09/1989 B 


1 N B53 


H 2 


1/17/1989 C 


1 N 


CHH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


3 N 


H 2 


5/18/1989 C 


2 P P L38 


CHH 1 


7/22/1989 A 


3 P P L38 


H 2 11/04/1989 C 


2 N S22 



H 3 1/12/1989 C 3 N 



H 2 


1/01/1989 C 


1 N 


H 2 


5/24/1989 C 


2 N 


CHH 1 


7/26/1989 A 


4 L 


S 2 


7/31/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 2 


12/13/1989 B 


1 D N Zll 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



A/28/1989 A 
12/20/1989 A 
12/20/1989 A 
12/29/1989 A 
12/29/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/17/1989 A 
H 1 8/03/1989 C 



3 N C62 
1 P N C62 
1 P N M70 
1 P N C62 
1 N C62 



3 N R63 

4 E 

1 P N H60 



H 2 2/09/1989 C 13 N D80 



H 2 4/14/1989 D 3 R S66 



H 2 6/07/1989 D 2 N 



H 2 2/05/1989 E 13 P N 
H 2 3/25/1989 C 1 P N A54 



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NIKKI BATTLE, 4, GETS HER WISH TO SEE GRANDMOTHER IN LOUISIANA 
MAKE A WISH COMING TRUE FOR HOSPITALIZED LITTLE NIKKI 

MALAGASY 

SEE MADAGASCAR 

MALATHION 

SEE ALSO INSECTICIDE 
NOTICE OF MOSQUITO SPRAYINGS TO BE GIVEN 
NEW SPRAYING POLICY SHOULD EASE CONCERNS 
HEALTH DEPARTMENT TOUR HIGHLIGHTS MOSQUITO, RAT HABITATS 
MOSQUITO SPRAYING OPPOSED 

COUNTY RESIDENTS OPPOSE USING CHEMICAL SPRAY FOR MOSQUITOES 
PLAIN LANGUAGE NEEDED 

SOME RESIDENTS OUT FOR BLOOD ON MOSQUITO SPRAYING 
MOSQUITO SPRAYING STILL STINGS RESIDENTS 
MALATHION SPRAYING FOR MOSQUITOES SUSPENDED IN CITY 
BOARD HALTS MALATHION SPRAYING 
COMMISSIONERS APPROVE SPRAYING IF PESTICIDE MALATHION NOT USED 

MALE RAPE 

SEE ALSO RAPE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 
CENTER REACHING OUT TO MALE RAPE VICTIMS 

MALLARME CHAMBER SERIES 

MALLARME PLAYERS OFFERS TOUR OF SPOLETO FESTIVAL 

MALLARME CONCERT MELODIC, EASY-GOING MUSIC 

MALLARME CHAMBER PLAYERS DEBUTS WORK BY ROGER HANNAY 

BASICALLY BACH, AND BEYOND; MALLARME PLAYERS KEEP CONTRAPUNTAL CONCERT 

MALLARME PLAYERS TO CLOSE SEASON WITH A RECEPTION 

MALLARME PLAYERS TO CLOSE FESTIVAL 

MALLARME, ORCHESTRA BEGIN SEASONS NEXT MONTH 

MALLARME TUNES FOR KIDS SUNDAY 

MALPRACTICE 

SEE LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 



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S I T 
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2 12/18/1989 C 1 P N C60 
2 12/20/1989 C 1 P N C60 



S 


2 


3/31/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


S 


2 


4/03/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/12/1989 C 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 


5/17/1989 C 


1 


N C60 


S 


2 


5/17/1989 B 


1 P N H65 


S 


2 


7/20/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


7/21/1989 C 


1 


N C60 


S 


2 


7/25/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 


7/26/1989 C 


1 


N C60 


S 


2 


7/26/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 12/20/1989 C 


1 


N S69 



CHH 1 2/06/1989 A 1 N M25 



2/05/1989 E 
2/23/1989 B 
4/06/1989 D 
4/13/1989 B 
4/30/1989 E 
7/02/1989 E 
9/24/1989 E 
12/03/1989 E 



U U66 
R L59 
P 
R 
F 

N D80 
F 
B W66 



D10 
W66 



MALTA 

A CRAVING FOR TRANQUILITY 

MAMMOGRAPHY 

SEE ALSO BREAST CANCER 
SCHOOL TO OFFER MONTHLY BREAST SCREENING CLINIC 
GROUP CERTIFIES HOSPITAL'S BREAST X-RAY SCREENINGS 

MAN BITES DOG THEATER COMPANY 

MANBITES DOG OPENS KURT WEILL 'NIGHT SONGS' 

...IN MANBITES DOG 'NIGHT SONGS, STREET SONGS' 

'NIGHT SONGS' IS DISTURBING BUT EFFECTIVE 

SONGS LACK BITE DUE TO UNMOTIVATED CHARACTERS 

DURHAM'S DOG HOLDS BENEFIT BASH 

'STRANGE SNOW' ADDS HUMANITY TO THE VIETNAM WAR REPERTOIRE 

•STRANGE SNOW' OFFERS WARM LOOK AT PEOPLE, LIFE 

MANBITES DOG CANCELS LAST PLAY OF SEASON 

DURHAM'S DOG BEING PUT OUT TO BOARDING KENNEL 

MILLER PROVISION CALLS FOR PRIVATE AGENCIES LISTING STATE MONEY USE 

"THE DAY ROOM"/LAUGHS, INSIGHTS— AND LOTS OF QUESTIONS 

MANGUM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

SEE MANGUM PRIMARY SCHOOL (BAHAMA) 

MANGUM HIGH SCHOOL 
50TH REUNION 
REMEMBERING OLD TIMES 



MANGUM PRIMARY SCHOOL (BAHAMA) 
OH, CANADA! 
FAIR CATCH 



H 2 12/05/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 


5/04/1989 A 


5 N 


S 


2 


8/04/1989 C 


1 N H65 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 D 


6 N 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 D 


16 P P 


H 


2 


1/26/1989 B 


1 R W66 


S 


2 


1/28/1989 B 


6 P R W63 


H 


2 


5/05/1989 D 


6 N 


H 


2 


6/11/198? E 


11 P R P10 


S 


2 


6/15/1989 D 


11 R B77 


H 


2 


6/30/1989 D 


6 N 


H 


2 


7/03/1989 A 


6 U U66 


H 


2 


8/03/1989 C 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


11/10/1989 D 


7 R B77 



2 6/06/1989 B 
2 6/21/1989 C 



2 P P S73 
2 P P S73 



4/08/1989 C 1 P P M66 
6/14/1989 B 1 P P H66 



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SUBJECTS 



PUCKER UP AND BLOW 

MANHOLES 

MANHOLE COVER POPS UP; ELECTRICAL SHORT LIKELY CAUSE 
HOLE-Y SMOKE 

MANHUNTS 

SEE ALSO PRISONER ESCAPES, U.S. 
POLICE NAB 2 IN DURHAM PAWN SHOP THEFTS 
MANHUNT 

SUSPECTS SNARED AFTER 7-HOUR CHASE (CORRECTED 2-5-89) 
CORRECTION 
CORRECTIONS 

POLICE AGAIN RE-IDENTIFY PAWN SHOP THEFT SUSPECT 
LAW OFFICERS FACE COMMUNICATION GAP 

MANIC DEPRESSION _ 

SEE ALSO DEPRESSION (EMOTIONAL STATE) „,„, 

CHAPEL HILL GROUP OFFERS SUPPORT TO SUFFERERS OF MANIC DEPRESSION 

MANNEQUINS 

LOOKING AHEAD 

MANNERS 

SEE ALSO RUDENESS 
GUIDE ON MANNERS MAY NOT CHANGE MUCH 
MISS MANNERS INVADES THE BAR 

MANNING DRIVE „ „ , Krp 

SCHOOL TO INSTALL NEW PIPE FOR BOILER PLANT 

TOWN-GOWN GROUP TO CONSIDER 'LINGERING' TRANSPORTATION ISSUES 

MANN'S CHAPEL 

LEGION CEREMONY HONORS SACRIFICES OF NATION'S VETERANS 

MANPOWER 

SEE JOB TRAINING 

MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO DEATH-BY-VEHICLE 
SEE ALSO MURDER, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO MURDER, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MURDER, U.S. 

HAMLET PLEADS GUILTY TO MANSLAUGHTER, DRAWS 8-YEAR TERM 

STEINBERG CASE OFFERS NO SENSE OF SATISFACTION 

SIGN POST KILLS DURHAM TEEN RIDING IN CAR 

MANSLAUGHTER PLEA BRINGS 3-YEAR TERM (CORRECTION PRINTED 7-12-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

ROUGEMONT MAN GETS PRISON TERM 

INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER CHARGED IN PEDESTRIAN DEATH 

POLICE CHARGE MAN IN FATAL FREEWAY CRASH 

PICKUP DRIVER CHARGED AFTER PORTERFIELD DEATH 

JUSTICE ISN'T BLIND IN DURHAM COUNTY 

MANUFACTURED HOUSING 

SEE ALSO MOBILE HOMES _ 

SEE ALSO N.C. MANUFACTURED HOUSING INSTITUTE 

AMERICAN DREAM'S ANSWER A MOBILE HOME? 

MANUFACTURED HOMES CALLED KEY TO HOUSING DILEMMA 

MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY 

SEE ALSO CEMETERIES, DURHAM _ 

CEMETERY'S FIRST CUSTOMER WANTED A BALLPARK INSTEAD 

MAPS. AFRICA 

SEE ALSO AFRICA (SEE ALSO NAMES OF COUNTRIES) 
DUKE SHIP RESCUES 27 OFF WEST AFRICA 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE TRADE CENTER RECEIVES DELEGATION FROM ANGOLA 

MAPS, B. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 



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S 2 6/15/1989 C 1 P P M66 



2 6/28/1989 C 
2 7/17/1989 A 



2 N 

3 P P T37 



S 

S 

CHH 

H 

S 

H 

CHH 



2/03/1989 A 
2/03/1989 A 
2/04/1989 A 
2/05/1989 B 
2/06/1989 A 
2/07/1989 C 
2/07/1989 A 



N B53 
P T37 
N R63 
N 
N 

N M51 
N R63 



CHH 1 7/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/27/1989 A 



S 2 12/26/1989 A 
H 2 12/31/1989 D 



CHH 1 2/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/02/1989 A 



3 N S17 
1 P P L38 



4 E 
4 E 



7 N 

1 N L90 



CHH 1 5/29/1989 A 1 P N M25 



H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 


2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


3/07/1989 B 
3/28/1989 A 
5/22/1989 A 
7/11/1989 B 
7/12/1989 A 
8/01/1989 A 
8/18/1989 C 
8/28/1989 C 
8/29/1989 C 
9/13/1989 A 


5 N 
4 E 

1 N B53 
9 N 

2 N 

1 N S82 

3 N 
1 N 
1 N 

4 E 


H 
S 


2 
2 


1/08/1989 F 
7/12/1989 B 


1 P N C47 
1 N H65 


H 


2 


4/01/1989 C 


1 P N P38 


S 
H 


2 
2 


3/21/1989 C 
9/24/1989 D 


1 M N 
6 M N K65 



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SEE ALSO B. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 
EAGLE MANAGEMENT ZONE RECOMMENDED BY CORPS AT JORDAN LAKE 

MAPS, CARRBORO 

FINDING SPACE FOR AN ELECTION/SUNDAY FOCUS! OPEN SPACE REFERENDUM 
OFFICIALS WEIGH WATERSHED PROTECTION ALTERNATIVES (CORRECTED 8-15-89) 
DOT CHARTS CARRBORO'S BIKE ROUTES 
FATAL WRECK PROMPTS ALDERMAN'S CALL FOR IMPROVED ROAD CONDITIONS 

MAPS, CHAPEL HILL 

WATER LINE WORK PLANNED FOR ESTES 

COUNCIL OF STATE DELAYS HOUSE-SWAP DECISION 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN NOT HAPPY WITH REVISED ROAD PLAN 

KROGER WANTS ELLIOTT RD. STORE 

YOUR GUIDE FOR APPLE CHILL 

FINDING SPACE FOR AN ELECTION/SUNDAY FOCUS: OPEN SPACE REFERENDUM 

JOURNALISM SCHOOL RUNNING OUT OF ROOM FAST 

GATEWAY PROPOSAL REVISED 

THE FALL IN SPORTS 

TROLLEY BUSES HIT THE STREETS IN CHAPEL HILL 

SPEAKERS CRITICIZE ZONING 

REC CENTER SITE DISPUTED 

REZONING REVISION PROPOSED 

MAPS, CHATHAM COUNTY 

STATE CONSIDERS BYPASS OPTIONS FOR U.S. 15-501 
PLANNER URGES GOVERNORS CLUB DELAY 
PLANNING AREA EXTENSION AGAIN QUESTIONED 
OFFICIALS 'BACK TO SQUARE ONE' ON PLANNING EXTENSION 
INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS VS. COMMUNITY INTEREST 

MAPS, DUKE UNIV. 

DUKE TIGHTENS SECURITY AFTER 2 RAPES 

16TH ANNUAL DUKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC SET TODAY, SUNDAY 

•FUN FAMILY FOURTH' PLANNED 

A GLORIOUS FOURTH; WHERE TO ENJOY THIS HOLIDAY 

NEW DORMS TO EASE DUKE HOUSING CRUNCH 

ACADEMIC CALENDAR 

GROUD WATER FOUND TAINTED BY DUKE DUMP 

MAPS DURHAM 

'GROWTH PLAN TO TARGET ROLLING HILLS HOME SALES 
CITY OFFICIALS CONSIDER 2 SITES FOR RESERVOIRS 
MONK JAZZ CENTER WILL GO DOWNTOWN 
CAMPUS HILLS VOTE STIRS BITTER DEBATE 
HERALD-SUN GAINS OPTION ON U.S. 15-501 PROPERTY 
HERALD CO. PLANS MOVE TO SITE ON PICKETT ROAD 
THE VEGETARIAN PERSPECTIVE; NOT SO DIFFICULT, JUST AS TASTY,.. 
DURHAM COUGHS UP TONS OF TOXINS 

MUTUAL DEFENDS BUILDING SWAP; SAYS TAX RECORDS ON DEAL OUTDATED 
HOW DURHAM FARED; THE JOY (AND HARDSHIPS) OF COOKING IN 1870 
AVONDALE PLAZA GETS *6-HILLI0N EXPANSION 
EXPANSION UNDER WAY AT K MART PLAZA 
SCHOOLS OK DEAL FOR SERVICE CENTER 
OUTER LOOP FOES ATTACK SITE PLAN FOR ENO DRIVE 
CORRECTION 

LUNCH ON THE LOOP; YOU CAN'T SAY THERE'S NO PLACE TO EAT DOWNTOWN 
DURHAM TECH PLANS SATELLITE CAMPUS 
INSIGHT/WHITHER THE BULLS? 
SUMMER RECREATION (SPECIAL SECTION) 
DOWNTOWN TO GET NEW MCDONALD'S 
MCDONALD'S CHAIN BUYS DOWNTOWN LOT 
CITY, COUNTY CONSIDER NEW BULLS BALLPARK 
SATURDAY'S FUNFEST TO BENEFIT MUSEUM 
DOWNTOWN TO GET DAY CARE 
DAY-CARE CENTER PLANNED DOWNTOWN 

TORNADO CARVES UP DURHAM; EMPLOYEES FLEE DARK CLOUD, SOUTH DURHAM STORE 
TORNADO CARVES UP DURHAM; STORM LEVELS HOUSES, CUTS POWER; NO INJURIES 
NICK'S CAFE PATRONS URGED TO GET HEPATITIS INOCULATION 
HAPPY TRAILS; NEWEST LINK OF PLANNED 118-MILE ROCK QUARRY PATH... 



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



H 2 4/28/1989 C 1 M N K65 



CHH 1 4/30/1989 A 1 M N M70 

CHH 1 8/11/1989 A 1 M N M25 

CHH 1 8/29/1989 A 3 M N C62 

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



CHH 1 


2/25/1989 A 


1 M N L90 


CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


1 M N L40 


CHH 1 


3/16/1989 A 


1 M N C62 


CHH 1 


4/05/1989 A 


1 M N M70 


CHH 1 


4/16/1989 A 


12 M I 


CHH 1 


4/30/1989 A 


1 M N M70 


CHH 1 


7/18/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


8/02/1989 A 


1 M N M70 


H 


2 


8/27/1989 F 


10 M I 


CHH 1 


9/05/1989 A 


1 M N M70 


CHH 1 


10/18/1989 A 


1 M N M70 


CHH 1 


10/19/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


11/30/1989 A 


1 M N M70 


CKH 1 


2/01/1989 A 


1 M N M25 


CKH 1 


2/03/1989 A 


1 M N H25 


CHH 1 


8/08/1989 A 


3 M N M25 


CHH 1 


8/18/1989 A 


1 M N M25 


CHH 1 


10/15/1989 A 


1 M N M25 


H 


2 


2/01/1989 A 


1 M N N36 


H 


2 


5/20/1989 C 


1 P N K30 


S 


2 


6/29/1989 D 


11 P F B71 


H 


2 


6/30/1989 D 


12 P F Zll 


H 


2 


8/21/1989 B 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


8/27/1989 F 


10 M I 


H 


2 11/15/1989 A 


1 N N36 


S 


2 


1/07/1989 A 


1 M N H70 


S 


2 


1/10/1989 A 


1 M N H70 


S 


2 


1/16/1989 A 


1 M N H70 


S 


2 


1/18/1989 A 


1 M N H70 


S 


2 


2/07/1989 A 


1 M N H70 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 A 


1 M N A54 


H 


2 


2/15/1989 B 


1 M F S56 


H 


2 


2/19/1989 A 


1 C N C60 


H 


2 


3/01/1989 A 


1 M N S69 


H 


2 


3/01/1989 B 


1 P F U66 


S 


2 


3/20/1989 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


3/21/1989 C 


1 M N 


S 


2 


3/21/1989 A 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 


3/23/1989 A 


1 M N H70 


S 


2 


3/24/1989 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


3/27/1989 A 


6 P F Zll 


S 


2 


3/29/1989 A 


1 M N S92 


H 


2 


4/16/1989 D 


1 D F A20 


H 


2 


4/25/1989 D 


1 P F 


S 


2 


4/25/1989 A 


1 M N S78 


H 


2 


4/26/1989 D 


10 M N S69 


S 


2 


4/27/1989 A 


1 M N P52 


H 


2 


4/28/1989 D 


4 M N 


5 


2 


4/28/1989 A 


1 M N S92 


H 


2 


4/29/1989 C 


1 M N A54 


H 


2 


5/06/1989 A 


1 P N C47 


H 


2 


5/06/1989 A 


1 M N 


H 


2 


5/10/1989 A 


1 M N R63 


H 


2 


5/19/1989 C 


2 M N Bll 



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



SUBJECTS 



N 
P 

CITY BUYS LAND FOR PROPOSED MONK JAZZ INSTITUTE H 

SOUTHCHEM LANDFILL 'HAZARDOUS' H 

LIBRARY OFFICIALS SEEK $280,000 FROM COUNTY FOR SOUTHWESTERN BRANCH H 

DURHAM GETTING WAL-MART STORE f 

EAST END PURSUING NEW SCHOOL BUILDING S 

LANDFILL EXTENSION WON'T INTERRUPT ENO PARKWAY S 

OAK'S WITH ROOTS IN HISTORY SPARED S 

WORK WILL BEGIN ON NEW HIGH SCHOOL f 

PATH OF DURHAM 1-85 SKIPS 2 NEIGHBORHOODS S 

DURHAM OFFICIALS BACK HUD RENT FEE INCREASE S 

DURHAM CONSIDERS RENOVATING BALLPARK H 

DURHAM CONSIDERS RENOVATING BALLPARK H 

COMMUNITY TO HAVE SAY ON ENO DRIVE H 

LANDSCAPING LAWS DELAY MCDONALD'S CONSTRUCTION S 

LANDSCAPING LAWS DELAY MCDONALD'S CONSTRUCTION S 

HARRIOTT TO BUILD RTP RESIDENCE INN § 

DURHAM TO DOUBLE SEWAGE TREATMENT S 

LANDFILL NOT CONTAMINATING WELL WATER, COUNTY SAYS H 

FATE OF OAKS ON CLUB BLVD. REMAINS UNSETTLED _ H 

ABRAM SEEKS COUNTY FUNDS TO DEVELOP AMERICAN SITE § 

DOWNTOWN STREET LOSES PARKING SLOTS S 

OAKS OR LAND MUST GO FOR ROAD ___ M „, ? 

THE HOMESTEAD GARDEN; TONICS, FLAVORINGS AND CURES FROM THE HERB PATCH H 

CITY TO ACCEPT MORE PARK BIDS __ S 

DURHAM COUPLE FIGHTING NEIGHBORHOOD'S DRUGS H 

THE DURHAM CITY-COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION H 

FESTIVAL BRINGS MUSIC AND CRAFTS DOWNTOWN TODAY H 

GARRETT ROAD CLOSING CLOGS JORDAN TRAFFIC, § 

PROPOSED FIRE STATION GETS COLONY PARK HOT S 

1989 PARADE OF HOMES LOCATOR MAP H 

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION HAS ENO DRIVE 'IN THE LOOP' S 

GROUP HOME BEGINS CONSTRUCTION § 

FUNERAL HOME TO BURY DURHAM GRILL S 

COUNTY BOARD ENDORSES VOTE ON BALLPARK BONDS H 

TWO RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES ON DRAWING BOARDS H 

WAREHOUSE PRICE SAID *17 MILLION f 

RESIDENTS AGAIN PROTEST FIRE STATION § 

MENTAL-HEALTH BOARD OKS TALKS WITH GROUP-HOME FIRM S 

PLAN TO CLOSE WATTS ELEMENTARY BLASTED H 

MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE/A GRAND WEEKEND FOR A GRAND OPENING H 

DURHAM TECH SEEKS NORTH CAMPUS £ 

PILOT SURVIVES CRASH NEAR RDU „ „^„- 5 

PLANE CRASHES, BURNS NEAR RDU; PILOT WALKS AWAY FROM WRECKAGE H 

COUNTY EYES SITES FOR JAIL DOWNTOWN _ S 

GROWING CITY, WHITETAIL HERDS CROSSING PATHS H 

CARCINOGENS FOUND SEEPING INTO WELLS/CONTAMINATED WATER SAMPLES H 

COUNTY SEEKS TAX-EXEMPT BONDS FOR NEW BALLPARK S 

POTENTIAL SITE FOUND FOR UNIVERSITY FORD H 

MAPS HJRHAH COUNTY 

'l-85 WAS DURHAM'S MOST USED ROAD IN 1988, ENGINEERS SAY 
PROPOSED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL REDISTRICTING 
DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS ELEMENTARY REDISTRICTING PROPOSAL 
OLD FARM RESIDENTS FIGHT 2-SCHOOL PLAN 

COUNCIL CONSIDERING STREET, PARKS 'IMPACT FEES' ATmmAliri - , TViCC 
DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS; BOARD OF EDUCATION TO CONSIDER.. .ATTENDANCE LINES 
SCHOOLS' WOODCROFT PLAN DUE FINAL AIRING TONIGHT 
COUNTY DENIES HISTORIC RANK FOR HERNDON 
MARTIN TO ATTEND ORGANCN DEDICATION 
HOUSE GIVES HIGHWAY BILL PRELIMINARY GREEN LIGHT 
DURHAM SANITATION UP TO ITS NECK IN TRASH 
7 PRIVATE INCINERATORS BURN NUCLEAR WASTE 

ENO DRIVE FUNDING MAY BE CUT FROM LIST ^.^^ 
NEW HOPE CREEK FLOODPLAINS TARGET FOR PRESERVATION AMONG DEVELOPMENT 
TOWNSHIP PLANNERS SEEK INPUT 
PLANNERS WEIGH FUTURE OF RURAL TOWNSHIP 
DURHAM CITY-COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION 
HOTEL PLANS SUITES ON OLD PAGE ROAD 
OIL COMPANIES MAY DRILL HERE 



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5/23/1989 C 
5/25/1989 A 
6/02/1989 D 
6/11/1989 B 
6/12/1989 A 
6/13/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/23/1989 
7/04/1989 
7/12/1989 
7/12/1989 
7/12/1989 
7/14/1989 
7/14/1989 
7/18/1989 
7/26/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/15/1989 B 
8/15/1989 A 
8/15/1989 C 
8/15/1989 C 
8/16/1989 B 
8/19/1989 A 
8/25/1989 
8/27/1989 
9/16/1989 
9/18/1989 
10/06/1989 
10/14/1989 
10/14/1989 
10/16/1989 
10/17/1989 
10/19/1989 
10/22/1989 
10/26/1989 
10/27/1989 
10/27/1989 
11/02/1989 
11/03/1989 
11/13/1989 
11/14/1989 
11/15/1989 
11/17/1989 
11/18/1989 
11/23/1989 
11/28/1989 
12/20/1989 



1/17/1989 A 

2/03/1989 A 

2/05/1989 A 

2/17/1989 A 

3/09/1989 A 

3/12/1989 B 

3/13/1989 A 

3/16/1989 

4/12/1989 

6/01/1989 

6/22/1989 

6/25/1989 

7/11/1989 

7/26/1989 

7/30/1989 

7/31/1989 

8/27/1989 

9/11/1989 

9/13/1989 



1 M N 
1 M N C47 
8 P F W66 
5 M N 
1 M N M06 
1 M N S92 
1 M N C61 



M N C61 
M N S92 
N C61 
N C61 
N N36 
N M88 
N N36 
1 M N C61 
1 M N S78 
1 M N C61 
1 M N C61 
1 D N Bll 
1 M N R63 
1 M N M06 



M N C61 

M N C61 

D F S56 

M N C61 

M N S22 

M A 

1 M N U66 

1 M N E33 

1 M N C61 



M A 
M N 

M N H65 
P N E33 
M N S69 
1 M N N36 
1 M N C61 
1 M N C61 
1 M N H65 
1 M N C47 
24 P F M60 
C N H65 
P N B53 
N H60 
M N H65 
M N H60 
. M N S69 
1 M N H65 
1 M N R63 



1 M N 046 

8 M M 
11 M M 

1 P N S92 
1 M N H70 

9 M M 

1 M N J40 
1 M N H65 
1 M N 
1 M N L40 
1 M N Bll 
1 M N K65 
1 M N C61 
N C60 



1 M 
1 M 
1 M 
11 M 
1 M 



N R63 
N H65 
A 
N H65 



1 M N C61 



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SUBJE 



WATER NEAR DUKE DUMP CALLED 'SAFE' 

MAPS, GRANVILLE COUNTY 

ELECTIONS IN GRANVILLE DRAW 12 CANDIDATES 

STEM TO DISCUSS ANNEXATION PLANS ON MONDAY NIGHT 

MAPS, HILLSBOROUGH 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. 
DEVELOPER PLANS 200-ACRE PROJECT NEAR 1-40, OLD 86 
GET HOG WILD ABOUT HISTORIC HILLSBOROUGH! (SPECIAL SECTION) 
HILLSBOROUGH HOG DAY 

CATES FIGURES 73X ON WEST HILL AVENUE SUPPORT CHANGES 
TOW, COUNTY NOT OF ONE MIND ON GROWTH AREA 
WHICH DIRECTION IN THE FUTURE? 
DIFFERENT APPROACH, BUT SAME PROBLEMS 
CATES5 WHERE TO FROM HERE? 

MAPS, INTERNATIONAL 

COLOMBIA ISN'T BOLIVIA 

DURHAM STUDENT SEES BLOODY BEIJING SCENE 

CHARTING THE NAMES 

TOYAMA IS DURHAM'S NEW SISTER 

SETTING SAIL FOR PEACE; BYNUM STORYTELLER TO BE ON DECK... 

HAPS N C 

'CONSULTANT: LAND-USE CONTROLS BEST WAY TO PROTECT WATER SUPPLY 
CRITIC CALLS 65 HPH LIMIT A 'TRADE-OFF' 
1-85 DEFINES ALAMANCE TRAFFIC VOLUME 
SOUL CITY PROJECT HAY ADD 1,300 JOBS 
ROXBORO IS CENTER OF PERSON COUNTY TRAFFIC PATTERN 
BUTNER-CREEDMOOR TRAFFIC MATCHED OXFORD'S IN 1988 
15-501 TO GET TURNING LANES 

REGULATION OF TOXIC EMISSIONS URGED; ADVOCACY GROUP UNVEILS RESULTS... 
HERALD-SUN MAKES FIRST VENTURE OUTSIDE DURHAM 
SWORD OF PEACE PLAY OPENS ITS 16TH SEASON ON THURSDAY EVENING 
WAKE GETS BASEBALL TEAM 
AUTUMN COLORS: WHERE TO LOOK 
MOTHER CHARGED WITH MURDER 

MAPS, N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. 
NCCU ACADEMIC CALENDAR, 1989-90/NCCU»S YEAR IN SPORTS 
NCCU TRUSTEES OK CONSTRUCTION PLAN 

MAPS, ORANGE COUNTY 

ENNIS' BODY FOUND NEAR HILLSBOROUGH 

GLAXO PLANS ORANGE ANIMAL 'FACILITY' 

WATER BOUNDARY AGREEMENT CERTAIN, OFFICIALS PREDICT 

OFFICIALS DEFEND GARBAGE STRATEGY 

DUKE'S PLAN WOULD SAVE MUCH OF FOREST/SUNDAY FOCUS 

1-85 HAS LEAD IN TRAFFIC COUNTS 

MORE DUMP SITES TO CLOSE 

640-ACRE TRACT MARKED FOR OPEN SPACE 

ONE SITE POPULAR, AIRPORT CONSULTANTS SAY 

HORACE WILLIAMS 21ST SITE ON AIRPORT CONSULTANTS' LIST 

OFFICIALS, FARMERS LIKE USING SLUDGE ON LAND/SUNDAY FOCUS: SLUDGE.., 

COMMISSIONERS PLAN JUNE AIRPORT CHOICE 

CHEEKS AIRPORT SITE CHOSEN 

FLYING THE UNFRIENDLY SKIES/SUNDAY FOCUS: COUNTY AIRPORT 

WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT SPARKS FEARS 

CITY-COUNTY TENSIONS STILL SPLIT ORANGE CO. (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-31-89) 

CORRECTION 

COUNTY PLANS TO OPEN FOUR REGIONAL DUMP SITES BY SEPTEMBER 

STORY 'JUST BEGINNING TO BE TOLD '/DISCOVERY REVEALS EARLY ENO RIVER... 

WATERSHED SUBDIVISION GETS PLANNERS' OK 

AMBERLY: A NAME NOT SOON FORGOTTEN/SUNDAY FOCUS! AMBERLY 

CRITICS WOULD BYPASS NEW ROAD 

APS WILL SEEK PERMIT FOR ANIMAL SANCTUARY 

PILOT'S PRE-CRASH INTENTION UNCLEAR 

8,300 SUBJECT TO PROPOSED WATERSHED PLAN 



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I T 


N E 


E 


L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 2 12/29/1989 A 


1 M N E33 


H 1 


3/04/1989 C 


1 M N T33 


H 1 


4/14/1989 C 


1 M N T33 


CHH 1 


1/06/1989 A 


1 M N R63 


CHH 1 


6/14/1989 B 


1 M F 


CHH 1 


6/17/1989 A 


1 M M 


CHH 1 


10/17/1989 A 


3 M N W57 


CHH 1 


10/24/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


12/10/1989 A 


1 M N W57 


CHH 1 


12/10/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 1 


12/10/1989 A 


1 N W57 


H 2 


5/15/1989 A 


4 ML 


S 2 


6/06/1989 A 


1 M N M06 


H 2 


6/22/1989 A 


4 E 


S 2 


6/28/1989 A 


1 M N C61 


H 2 


7/13/1989 B 


1 P N Zll 


S 2 


1/06/1989 A 


1 M N H65 


CHH 1 


1/20/1989 A 


1 MN L90 


H 1 


2/14/1989 C 


1 M N 046 


S 2 


2/14/1989 A 


1 M N M06 


H 1 


2/15/1989 C 


1 M N 046 


H 1 


2/16/1989 C 


1 MN 046 


CHH 1 


2/23/1989 A 


1 M N M25 


H 2 


2/28/1989 A 


1 CN C60 


H 2 


3/30/1989 D 


1 M N C49 


H 1 


6/20/1989 B 


1 M N H60 


H 2 


9/13/1989 A 


1 M N L40 


H 2 10/15/1989 A 


1 M M 


S 2 11/16/1989 A 


1 M N B53 


H 2 


8/20/1989 C 


4 M F 


S 2 11/16/1989 A 


1 M N E33 


CHH 1 


1/11/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


1/22/1989 A 


1 M N H90 


CHH 1 


1/29/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


2/09/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


2/26/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


2/27/1989 A 


1 M N 046 


CHH 1 


3/11/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


4/06/1989 A 


1 M N M70 


CHH 1 


4/15/1989 A 


1 M N L90 


CHH 1 


4/15/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


1 M N L90 


CHH 1 


4/26/1989 A 


1 M N L90 


CHH 1 


5/16/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


5/21/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


5/24/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


5/28/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


5/31/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


6/23/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


7/23/1989 A 


1 M N C62 


CHH 1 


8/09/1989 A 


1 M N D38 


CHH 1 


8/11/1989 A 


3 M N S17 


CHH 1 


8/13/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


8/23/1989 A 


1 M N M20 



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1/01/1989 



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12/31/1989 



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BOARD DEBATES WATERSHED ISSUE; CONSIDER LONG HAUL, CAREY SAYS 

OFFICIALS VEXED BY SLUDGE SITES 

WATERSHED DECISIONS?/WILL ZONING LIMITS HOLD UP IN COURT? 

VA. RULING SUPPORTS WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS __ 4 

IMPLEMENTING ZONING RESTRICTIONS REQUIRES »A HAJOR COMMITMENT' 

OFFICIAL TAKES IN SLUDGE OPERATION 

OWASA HEAD ADVISES CAUTION 

MAPS, PERSON COUNTY 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY, N.C. 
PERSON AIR CRASH KILLS 2 GTE PILOTS 
2 GTE EMPLOYEES KILLED IN PERSON JET CRASH 
INVESTIGATORS SEEK CLUES IN DEBRIS OF GTE JET CRASH 

MAPS, RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT _^ „___. 

PRIVATE TWIN-ENGINE PLANE CRASHES NEAR RDU MINUTES AFTER TAKEOFF 

MAPS, RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 
DURHAM COUNTY WILL GET REICHHOLD HEADQUARTERS 
HARRIS BUYS GE CENTER IN RTP 
GE MAY OPEN RTP JET-ENGINE PLANT 
DEVELOPER MAY LURE IBM TO ADD TRIANGLE FACILITY 
U.N. OF COMFANIES SPROUTS AROUND DURHAM 
2,500 ACRES STILL AWAIT USE IN RTP 

MAPS, TREYBURN 

SEE ALSO TREYBURN 

TREYBURN5 one family— and growing 

MAPS TRIANGLE 

'ACTIVIST TOUTS ALTERNATIVE TO TRAFFIC LOOPS 

MAPS U S 

'ENGINE FALLS OFF PLANE ON FLIGHT TO CHARLOTTE _ „_ 

MAP PUBLISHER DECRIES CURRENT STATE OF STUDENTS' GEOGRAPHICAL KNOWLEDGE 
ABORTION LAWS WEAKENED; STAGE SET FOR BATTLE IN STATE 
INSIGHT/LITTLE CHANGE IN MIAMI SINCE RIOTS SWEPT IT 
DURHAM ISSUES FLOOD ALERT 
QUAKE EXPERT AT DUKE: CALIF. LUCKY THIS TIME 
•THE BIG ONE' WILL BE 10 TIMES AS POWERFUL 

MARATHONS 

SEE LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 

MARBLE PALACE 

'MARBLE PALACE' KEEPS BOYS, GIRLS APART 

MARCH OF DIMES 

^,000 VOLUNTEERS EXPECTED TO HELP MOTHER'S MARCH OF DIMES THIS MONTH 
MARCH OF DIMES WALK SET TODAY AT GOVERNORS INN 
HER TRAVELS HAVE A MISSION 

MARCH OF DIMES SUPERWALK 

WALK TO RAISE MONEY FOR MARCH OF DIMES 

MARCO POLO (RESTAURANT) 

DINERS ARE ADVISED TO STICK TO CHINESE 

MARIA PARHAM HOSPITAL (HENDERSON, N.C.) _ T „,. ,._„-..., 
SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC HOSPITALS) 
COMPUTER LINKS DUKE, VANCE HOSPITALS 
HOSPITALS SUED OVER SPOTTED FEVER DEATH 
MARIA PARHAM HOSPITAL OFFERING LIFELINE 

MARIAKAKIS RESTAURANT (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

MARIAKAKIS - IT'S CHEAP, IT'S GOOD, IT'S GREEK 

MARIA'S PIZZA (HILLSBOROUGH, N.C! 



CHH 1 9/22/1989 
CHH 1 11/10/1989 
CHH 1 11/26/1989 
CHH 1 11/26/1989 
CHH 1 11/26/1989 
CHH 1 12/01/1989 
CHH 1 12/01/1989 



M N M20 
M N M20 
M N M25 
C N M25 
N M25 
P N M20 
M N M70 



S 2 10/02/1989 A 
H 2 10/03/1989 A 
S 2 10/04/1989 B 



1 P N E33 
1 M N 
1 M N C61 



H 2 8/11/1989 A 1 M N S69 



H 
S 
S 

s 

S 

s 


2 6/28/1989 A 
2 7/06/1989 A 
2 7/25/1989 A 
2 8/08/1989 A 
2 10/02/1989 A 
2 11/01/1989 A 


1 P N K65 
1 M N 
1 M N M06 
1 M N C61 
1 M N S78 
1 H N E33 


H 


2 8/20/1989 C 


1 M N Bll 


CHH 1 11/27/1989 A 


1 M N S17 


H 2 1/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/21/1989 A 
H 2 7/04/1989 A 
H 2 7/23/1989 D 
S 2 9/21/1989 A 
H 2 10/18/1989 A 
S 2 10/18/1989 A 


1 M N 
3 P N S17 
1 M N R63 
1 M F 
1 M N B53 
1 M N M51 
1 M N B53 



S 2 4/19/1989 G 9 F S92 



H 2 2/07/1989 C 6 N 
H 2 4/22/1989 C 6 N 
CHH 1 4/25/1989 A 1 P N C62 



H 1 5/13/1989 C 1 N H60 
H 2 12/15/1989 D 10 P R 052 



H 1 6/03/1989 C 1 N D80 
H 2 7/04/1989 C 1 N S69 
H 1 9/12/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 2 6/23/1989 D 7 P R D77 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



HILLSBOROUGH'S MARIA'S PIZZA FACES EVICTION 
PIZZA WARS IN HILLSBOROUGH 
NEW PLACE, SANE MENU 

MARIE AUSTIN REALTY COMPANY 

MARIE AUSTIN REALTY COMPANY (AD) 

MARIJUANA, ARRESTS 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, ARRESTS 
WEAPONS CHARGES MAY FOLLOW DOPE RAID 
POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN FACES MARIJUANA CHARGE 
POLICE LOG/3 CHARGED WITH POT POSSESSION 
POLICE LOG/POT SEIZURE SUSPECTS AT LARGE 
POLICE LOG/LOCAL MAN CHARGED FOR GROWING POT 
POLICE LOG/MAN FACES CHARGE OF SALE OF MARIJUANA 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH GROWING MARIJUANA 
DURHAM MARIJUANA ARRESTS TOP THOSE FOR COCAINE 
PUBLIC HOUSING SITE OF DRUG HOUSE BUST 
POLICE NAB BURNS, CONFISCATE DRUGS 

MARIJUANA, CROPS 
SEE ALSO CROPS 
TURF FIGHT ERUPTS IN WAR ON DRUGS 
'WAR' ON DRUGS IS REAL 

CHATHAM DEPUTIES, SBI AGENTS DISCOVER $40,000 IN MARIJUANA 
POLICE LOG/STORE MONEY BAG SNATCHED WHILE EMPLOYEE DISTRACTED 
RENEW DRUG FIGHT - LT. GOV. 

MARIJUANA, RESEARCH 
SEE DRUGS, RESEARCH 



MARIO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT 

25 YEARS OF SERVING GREAT ITALIAN CUISINE/'PAUNCH' 



AT MARIO'S 



MARKET HOUSE (FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.) 
BLACK CAUCUS BOYCOTTS TRIP 

MICHAUX: 30 WHITE LAWMAKERS JOIN FAYETTEVILLE BOYCOTT 
SOME LEGISLATORS PLAN TO SKIP FAYETTEVILLE CEREMONIAL SESSION 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY HOLDS CEREMONIAL SESSION IN FAYETTEVILLE 
THE SMEARING OF DURHAM 

MARKETING INDUSTRY 

SCHOOL TO HOLD MARKETING SEMINARS 

MARKETPLACE '89 

EXHIBITION, TRADE SHOW SETj BILLED AS CITY'S LARGEST 

SHOW LOGO 

DURHAM LEADERS BUSY PLANNING CITY'S FIRST BUSINESS EXPOSITION 

FESTIVE ATMOSPHERE TO MARK BUSINESS FAIR (CORRECTION PRINTED 9-30-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

MARKETPLACE '89 (SPECIAL SECTION) 

MARKETPLACE '89'S TWO-DAY TRADE FAIR DRAWS 170 BUSINESSES 

TRADE FAIR DRAWS HUNDREDS 

THOUSANDS VISIT OPENING DAY OF MARKETPLACE '89 

CHAMBER ALREADY PLANNING A 1990 BUSINESS-TRADE FAIR 

BUSINESS EXPO LEAVES EXHIBITORS TIRED, BUT HAPPY 

BUSINESS-TRADE FAIR BIG HIT IN DURHAM 

MARKETPLACE '89 CONFERENCE SET 

MARK'S CAFE AT FIVE POINTS 
SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, DURHAM 
DOWNTOWN RESTAURANT WILL OPEN TOMORROW 
LUNCH ON THE LOOP; YOU CAN'T SAY THERE'S NO PLACE TO EAT DOWNTOWN 

MARRIAGE LICENSES 

LICENSING THE VOWS 

MARRIAGE PROPOSALS 
SEE ALSO WEDDINGS 
DURHAM WOMAN ACCEPTS AIRPLANE BANNER PROPOSAL 



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CHH 1 7/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/14/1989 A 



1 P N M20 
4 E 
3 P N H90 



S 2 4/19/1989 H 4 A 



CHH 1 1/04/1989 A 


3 


N R63 


CHH 1 2/07/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 4/10/1989 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 4/19/1989 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 6/25/1989 A 


9 


N 


CHH 1 8/22/1989 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 9/12/1989 A 


7 


N 


H 2 10/08/1989 A 


1 


N S82 


CHH 1 10/14/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


S 2 11/01/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 2 4/30/1989 B 


1 


N 


S 2 8/19/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 9/01/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


H 2 10/10/1989 B 


14 


N M51 


CHH 1 10/19/1989 A 


1 


N 



S 2 12/29/1989 D 10 P R C09 



4/11/1989 A 
4/12/1989 C 
4/13/1989 A 
4/14/1989 B 
4/20/1989 A 



N L40 
P N N36 
N 
N 
E 



CHH 1 3/03/1989 A 



2 7/25/1989 B 
2 7/25/1989 A 
2 8/16/1989 D 
2 9/29/1989 C 
2 9/30/1989 A 
2 10/01/1989 G 
2 10/03/1989 B 
2 10/03/1989 A 
2 10/04/1989 C 
2 10/05/1989 C 
2 10/05/1989 C 
2 10/07/1989 A 
2 11/02/1989 B 



1 
2 
6 
1 

2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
10 
4 
6 



S22 



N S69 
P K30 
N 
N 
N 
F 

N S22 
N E33 
N S22 
N E33 
N S22 
E 
N 



S 2 2/27/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 3/27/1989 A 6 P F Zll 



H 2 8/17/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 1/04/1989 D 9 N 



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MARRIAGES , INTERNATIONAL 

EATS (CETS UEST ... AT T>£ ALTAR 

MARRIAGES, N.C. 

YOU LOVE THEM DESPITE THE FACT THAT THEIR FEET ARE LIKE ICE 

MARRIAGES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRICTURE 
SEE ALSO UNMARRIED COUPLES 
SEE ALSO WEDDINGS 
DUKE BOOK TO EXAMINE METAPHORS ABOUT MARRIAGE 

MARRIOTT CORP. _„ . 

MARRIOTT TO BUILD RTP RESIDENCE INN 
MARRIOTT CUTS BACK STYROFOAM USE AT UNC 
UNC PROGRAM GIVES *TGIF' NEU MEANING 



CHH 1 2/04/1989 A 3 P N C62 



CHH 1 9/17/1989 A 3 U 



S 2 10/05/1989 A 6 F 



S 2 7/18/1989 A 1 M N C61 
CHH 1 10/03/1989 A 3 N S17 
CHH 1 10/06/1989 A 3 N 



MARS 



...MARS IS... JUST LIKE HOME! (CARTOON) 



MARSHALL AND KOKE 
ANTICIPATION 

MARTIN COUNTY, N.C. 

AN EXAMPLE FOR ORANGE COUNTY? 

m ™^£?h&*g>-J$!\6 FOR KING BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION 
GROUPS TO GET HONOR IN KING CELEBRATION 
KING UEEK TO FEATURE LECTURES, BANQUET 
CIVIL RIGHTS DEMONSTRATORS TO REUNITE 
NAACP WANTS KING OBSERVANCE 
MOST FIRMS TO OPEN ON KING'S BIRTHDAY 
SOME CAN'T AFFORD KING HOLIDAY 
MARCH, SPEECHES TO HONOR KING „„ ATTnu , 
CIVIL RIGHTS COMMITMENT URGED *FOR DURATION' 
HOLIDAY CLOSINGS 

OCIM SERVICE TO HONOR KING __ 
ACTIVISTS SAY KING'S HOPE UNFULFILLED 
1,000 IN DURHAM MARCH FOR KING _ 
MEMORY OF KING KEEPS RACIAL JUSTICE GOAL ALIVE 
YEARS LATER, ACTIVISTS MEET IN DURHAM 
RALEIGH MARCH HONORS CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER 
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH HOLDS KING OBSERVANCE 
DURHAM TAKES TIME TO RECALL KING'S EFFORTS 
MARCHERS URGED TO KEEP DREAM ALIVE 
pcpcrajA] TOUCH 

MIXEDSIGNALS) SPEAKER AT KING CEREMCW SAYS HE HAS 'WAIT-AND-SEE. . . 
HOLIDAYS ARE HOLIDAYS ONLY WHEN THE BOSS SAYS SO; NO LAW REQUIRES... 
WOMAN SAYS FIRM FIRED HER FOR TAKING KING HOLIDAY OFF 
CFS HONORS KING IN ITS SPECIAL WAY 

C^^B^LLWCH^TER^TESTER MARKS MARTIN LUTHER KING BIRTHDAY 

KING RESOLUTIONS ON AGENDA 

BILL WOULD BE SETBACK IN RACIAL RELATIONS 

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. MEMORIAL LECTURE 

NATIONAL AUTHOR JUNE JORDAN TO SPEAK IN CHAPEL HILL 
POET JUNE JORDAN TO GIVE UNC KING MEMORIAL ABDRESb 

MARTINI'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT rAf , TA 

AT MARTINI'S, OPEN WIDE FOR EITHER TALK OR PASTA 

MARXISM 

SEE ALSO COMMUNISM 
MARXISM STILL ALIVE 

MARY DUKE BIDDLE FOUNDATION 



H 2 7/23/1989 D 4 T T C50 



H 2 8/01/1989 A 7 P P K30 



CHH 1 8/13/1989 A 4 E 



H 
S 
H 
H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



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



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/04/1989 C 

1/05/1989 B 

1/06/1989 C 

1/07/1989 

1/09/1989 

1/11/1989 

1/12/1989 

1/14/1989 

1/14/1989 

1/14/1989 

1/14/1989 

1/16/1989 

1/16/1989 

1/16/1989 

1/17/1989 

1/17/1989 B 

1/17/1989 A 

1/17/1989 

1/17/1989 

1/17/1989 

1/18/1989 

1/19/1989 

1/19/1989 

1/20/1989 

1/21/1989 

1/23/1989 

4/28/1989 

5/06/1989 



3/14/1989 A 
3/28/1989 A 



1 

6 
2 
4 

C 
U 

1 

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

10 
4 



N C47 
N 

N U80 
N 
N 
N 
E 
N 
N 

N L90 
N 

N C47 
N H65 
E 

N C47 
N 

N L90 
N M06 
N H65 
P K30 
N S17 
N M06 
N M06 
U T37 
E 

N R63 
N 
E 



H 2 5/19/1989 D 5 P R D77 



H 2 12/29/1989 A 4 E 



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DUKE CHAPEL IN GLASS 

MARY KAY COSMETICS 

MARY KAY NO AYATOLLAH 

MARY TURNER LANE AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, AWARDS 
UEGNER, WEISS NAMED RECIPIENTS OF LANE AWARD 

MASON FARM HOMESTEAD 

PARKING LEASE EXTENDED FOR TOWN 

MASON FARM ROAD (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

OFFICIALS SAY RADIOACTIVE SITE PROBLEM 'INSIGNIFICANT' 

MASON FARM WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT 

OWASA GEARS UP FOR $4,6 MILLION PLANT PROJECT 
OWASA ADDS $200,000 TO PATENT SUIT COSTS 

MASONBORO ISLAND 

STATE EFFORT TO BUY MORE OF ISLAND CRITICIZED 

MASONS 

SEE ALSO ST. JOHN'S DAY 
DOSSETT ELECTED MASONIC LEADER 

MASS MURDERS 

SEE ALSO MURDER, U.S. 
ORGANIZED MASS MURDER; PRESIDENT SHOULD SHOW TOUGHNESS TOWARD CHINA 

MASS TRANSIT 

SEE ALSO REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (PROPOSED) 
SEE ALSO TRAVEL, U.S. 
SEE ALSO TRIANGLE EXPRESS 

CLEMENTS TAR HEELS NEED TO GET ON RIGHT TRACK 

CLEMENT'S IDEA WORTH PURSUING 

ALL ABOARD! STATE WANTS COUNTY ON TRANSIT PANEL THAT WOULD GUIDE AREA... 

COUNCIL ENDORSES TRANSIT AUTHORITY 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BILL OK'D BY HOUSE PANEL; GASOLINE TAX IGNORED 

TRIANGLE TRANSIT BOARD NEEDS TO MOVE AHEAD 

CHAPEL HILL TRANSIT TO ADD UNC SHUTTLE 

GAS TAX DROPPED FROM TRIANGLE TRANSIT BILL 

TRAIN-TO-PLANE WAY TO GO 

MASS TRANSIT FUNDING PLAN IS A GOOD ONE 

GETTING AROUND THE TRIANGLE 

ROYALL HITS BRAKES ON TRANSIT BILL 

CITY PANEL OKS TRANSIT CONSULTANT 

MASS TRANSIT PILOT FUNDS APPROVED 

STATE FUNDING REGIONAL BUSING SYSTEM TRIAL RUN 

MONEY ALLOTTED FOR TRIAL OF REGIONAL BUS SYSTEM 

RAIL SYSTEM OFFERS HOPE FOR TRANSIT WOES 

TRIANGLE MASS-TRANSIT RAIL SYSTEM PROPOSED 

REPORTJ RIDERS LACKING FOR TRIANGLE BUS SYSTEM 

TRIANGLE TRANSIT? NOT YET 

WRIGHT CALLS FOR GREATER RELIANCE ON PUBLIC TRANSIT 

'TRIANGLE EXPRESS' DESERVES STUDY 

MASSACHUSETTS 

WHAT HAPPEfO TO 'MIRACLE'? 

THIS MIRACLE BECOMES A MIRAGE 

FALL IN MASSACHUSETTS IS SYLVAN AND SPOOKY 

MASSAGE THERAPISTS 

MASSAGE THERAPISTS PRACTICE OLD-FASHIONED HEALING 

MASSEY CHAPEL ROAD 

COUNTY DENIES HISTORIC RANK FOR HERNDON 



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H 2 


3/04/1989 C 


3 P P 


H 2 


3/27/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


12/15/1989 A 


9 N 


CHH 1 


6/27/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/17/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


1/16/1989 A 
2/26/1989 A 


1 N L90 
1 N L90 



H 2 1/20/1989 B 4 N 



H 2 4/02/1989 B 7 P N 



H 2 6/07/1989 A 4 E 



H 


2 


2/23/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


2/27/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


3/02/198? C 


1 


N H65 


CHH 1 


3/29/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/28/1989 C 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


5/15/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


5/22/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


H 


2 


5/24/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


5/27/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


5/30/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/17/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


7/07/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


S 


2 


7/18/1989 A 


1 


N C61 


CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 


7/19/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 


7/20/1989 B 


7 


N 


S 


2 


9/30/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


10/01/1989 B 


1 


N S22 


H 


2 


10/11/198? C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 10/16/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 11/01/1989 B 


1 P N C61 


CHH 1 


11/29/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/06/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


7/31/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/10/1989 E 


16 


U W66 


S 


2 


10/10/1989 A 


6 P F S27 


S 


2 


3/16/1989 A 


1 M N H65 



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MASSEY'S CHAPEL TABBED AS A COUNTY HISTORIC SITE 

MASTERS GOLF TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

THE MASTERS; A PARTING SHOT FOR AUGUSTA NATIONAL 

THE MASTERS A FIRST-HAND LOOK AT THE BEAUTY OF AUGUSTA 

AFTER MASTERING SELF, CALCAVECCHIA ON A ROLL 

NICKLAUS BATTLING BACK WOES AGAIN 

JUST WHEN END SEEMED NEAR, TREVINO MAKES A BID 

THE MASTERS: GREEN'S ANTICS CAN BE COSTLY 

TREVINO REVELS IN MUDDY CONDITIONS/MASTERS NOTEBOOK mimrm ^ 

CRENSHAW STREAKS BY FIELD IN RAIN-DELAYED 3RD ROUND/THE MASTERS 

A GREEN JACKET'S NOT FOR EVERYBODY MAOT ™, 

HOCH'S 'CINDERELLA STORY' TAKES UNEXPECTED ROLL/THE MASTERS 

FALDO GETS FITTED AFTER HOCH FADES/THE MASTERS 

WAITING FOR A WINNER, IT DIDN'T FEEL LIKE SPRINGTIME IN AUGUSTA 

MASTURBATION 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL BEHAVIOR 
SEE ALSO SEXUALITY 
POLICE LOG/OFFICER GIVES WARNING IN RESTROOM INCIDENT 

"MATCHBOOK" POLITICAL CAMPAIGN (APRIL, 1980) 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 

MATERNITY BENEFITS 
SEE PREGNANCY 

^^ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS irxiinDv 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE EDUCATION NETWORK 
MATHrSCIENCE PROGRAMS GET BOOST; UNC BOARD OF GOVERNORS SPREADS... 
NEAL MIDDLE SCHOOL MATRCOUNTS COMPETITORS 
DUKE PROVOST! U.S. MATH EDUCATION MUST IMPROVE 
DUKE PROVOST! MATH EDUCATION NEEDS IMPROVING 
MATH DAY; THE RACE IS ON FOR KNOWLEDGE 
MATHEMATICALLY SPEAKING, HE'S SECOND 
PPPQTTWTTiM HflflRAH 

TO-COLLEGE MATH, SCIENCE PROGRAM TARGETS MINORITIES 
HAPPY MATH TEACHER _ „,„ 

•I'LL TRY' MOHO GUIDES TOP CITY MATH TEACHER 

MATTRESSES 
BENCHED 

fuel'error probed in fire killing nine 

maxwell and huts0n _„ 
two durham law firms plan merger 

maxwell, freeman and beason (law firm) 
two durham lau firms plan merger 
law firms merging 

MAY DAY 

HAPPY MAY DAY! 

MAYHEM 

SEE VIOLENCE 

MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS _„„ 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, MAYOR'S OFFICE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS _._.„.„ 

LASSITER'S POLITICAL FUTURE LIES WITH THOSE HE LASHED 

AN ISSUE-FILLED ELECTION 

LET TAL LASSITER RUN 

GULLEY BOWS OUT OF MAYOR'S RACE 



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CHH 1 



CHH 
H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



4/03/1989 A 
4/03/1989 A 
4/06/1989 D 
4/06/1989 D 
4/07/1989 B 
4/08/1989 D 
4/08/1989 D 
4/09/1989 C 
4/09/1989 C 
4/10/1989 B 
4/10/1989 B 
4/11/1989 D 



10 
10 
1 
4 
1 
1 
3 
1 
6 
2 
2 
1 



F 
F 

U C49 
N C49 
U C49 
U C49 
N C49 
N C49 
U C49 
U C49 
N C49 
U C49 



CHH 1 7/13/1989 A 5 N 



CHH 

H 

H 

S 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

S 

S 



1/25/1989 A 
3/11/1989 B 
3/17/1989 A 
3/25/1989 
5/06/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/16/1989 
10/31/1989 
11/07/1989 
11/09/1989 



7 
1 
14 
1 
1 
5 
1 
2 
1 
1 



N 

P T37 
N D80 
N 

N C62 
P 
P 
N 

P K30 
N Yll 



S 2 3/06/1989 C 1 P P C45 
H 2 11/20/1989 B 1 N 
H 2 5/21/1989 B 7 N R63 



H 2 5/21/1989 B 7 N R63 
S 2 12/21/1989 A 1 N E33 



S 2 5/05/1989 C 1 P P T37 



H 2 5/06/1989 A 

H 2 5/07/1989 D 

H 2 5/11/1989 A 

S 2 6/08/1989 A 



1 P N S69 
4 E 
4 E 
1 P N C61 



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1/01/1989 



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12/31/1989 



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DURHAM MAYOR UIB GULLEY SAYS HE WON'T SEEK A THIRD TERM 

COMMITTEE! LASSITER COULD KEEP BENEFITS IN OFFICE 

GULLEY 'S DECISION LEAVES FIELD OPEN 

GULLEY MOVE SURPRISES SOME 

POWELLS EX-POLICE CHIEF COULD KEEP BENEFITS 

SPAULDING WEIGHING A BID FOR MAYOR OF DURHAM 

MAYOR TAKES BREATHER 

WIB GULLEY FOR MAYOR! 1987. (CARTOON) 

QUOTATION OUT OF CONTEXT 

GULLEY MOVE ALTERS POLITICAL LANDSCAPE 

LET'S HAVE SOME CHOICES 

WHERE ARE CANDIDATES? 

SPAULDING, BROUN BAR MAYOR'S RACE 

SPAULDING, BROWN SUPPORT JENKINS IN MAYOR'S RACE 

INSIGHT/PIGGY BANK POLITICS} IN THE COUNCIL RACE, CITIZENS MIGHT... 

JENKINS GETS A HEAD START 

FIVE BLACKS MIXED IN FEELINGS ittOUT SPAULDING MEETING 

NELSON STRAWBRIDGE TO RUN IN MAYOR'S RACE 

MAYORAL CANDIDATE! BOND ISSUES OVERDONE 

9 CANDIDATES IN RUNNING FOR COUNCIL 

WELLS' FILING CREATES 3-WAY RACE FOR MAYOR 

THIRD CANDIDATE RUNNING FOR MAYOR 

4TH MAYORAL CANDIDATE FILES; 2 JOIN COUNCIL RACE 

FOURTH CANDIDATE FILES FOR MAYOR; FIELD GROWS IN COUNCIL RACE 

22 IN COUNCIL, MAYOR RACE; PRIMARY VOTE SET 

CANDIDATES MUST BE MORE OPEN WITH PEOPLE 

NOW LET'S GRILL THEM; COUNCIL ELECTION QUANTITY FINE, BUT... 

CITY ELECTION LINEUP; BALLOT LISTS 22 CANDIDATES 

CRIME IS NO. 1 ISSUE 

STRAWBRIDGE, LASSITER CONSIDER COALITION 

CONSERVATIVE POLITICAL COMMITTEE FORMING TO BACK STRAWBRIDGE 

NEW GROUP HOPES TO INCREASE VOTERS 

FRIENDS OF DURHAM BACK STRAWBRIDGE FOR MAYOR 

MAYOR CANDIDATE KEYS ON GROWTH, EDUCATION 

MAYORAL CANDIDATE FRANKLIN TARGETS CRIME 

CANDIDATE OPPOSES CITY MONEY FOR NEW STADIUM 

MAYORAL CANDIDATE SAYS CITY SHOULD FOCUS ON NECESSITIES 

JENKINS URGES ZONING MIDDLE GROUND FOR DEVELOPERS AND FOES 

JENKINS SAYS HE WILL SPEND $10,000 ON MAYORAL PRIMARY 

DURHAM'S NEXT MAYOR? 

WELLS PLEDGES 'PEOPLE SENSITIVE' PROGRESS (CORRECTION PRINTED 9-27-89) 

WHERE IS THE 'MIDDLE GROUND'? 

CANDIDATE CALLS FOR RE-EVALUATING MONEY GIVEN TO AGENCIES 

FOR MAYOR, CHESTER JENKINS (AD) 

CORRECTION 

CONSERVATION GROUP BACKS NO ONE IN MAYOR'S RACE 

MOST CANDIDATES FAVOR REFERENDUM ON MAJOR PROJECTS 

DEMOCRATS, PUBLIC FIRE AWAY AT COUNCIL CANDIDATES 

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

BALLOT POWER (FRIENDS OF DURHAM) 

STRAWBRIDGE OUT TO RAISE $50,000 IN MAYORAL RACE 

MAYORAL CANDIDATES TUSSLE IN NCCU FORUM 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE ANNOUNCES ELECTION ENDORSEMENTS 

MAYORAL HOPEFULS SPAR IN FIRST FORUM TOGETHER 

CHESTER JENKINS ON THE ISSUES (AD) 

SURVEY: ONLY ONE CANDIDATE FOR PUBLIC-FINANCED STADIUM 

STRAWBRIDGE REPORTS TO THE VOTERS (AD) 

FOR MAYOR CHESTER JENKINS (AD) 

'COMMITTEE' ENDORSES JENKINS 

INSIGHT/PRIMARY CONCERNS 

CITY PRIMARY TO NARROW FIELD TO 14 TOMORROW 

CITY PRIMARY PRESENTS OPPORTUNITY FOR VOTERS 

LIGHT VOTER TURNOUT EXPECTED IN PRIMARY FOR MAYOR, COUNCIL 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS TO FACE OFF 

DURHAM'S '89 PRIMARY TURNOUT GOES AGAINST TRADITION 

DURHAM'S '89 PRIMARY TURNOUT GOES AGAINST TRADITION 

V0TE/'89; VOTING PRECINCT TALLY 

FRIENDS OF DURHAM VICTORY A SURPRISE 

CONSERVATIVE VICTORIES MAY MEAN COALITION END 



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H 


2 


6/09/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 C 


1 N R63 


S 


2 


6/09/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


s 


2 


6/09/1989 C 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


6/10/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 


6/11/1989 D 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/11/1989 D 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 


6/11/1989 D 


5 L 


s 


2 


6/12/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/14/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/29/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


7/14/1989 A 


1 PN S22 


S 


2 


7/14/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


7/16/1989 D 


1 T F A20 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


7/19/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 


7/28/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 


7/28/1989 A 


1 P N S78 


S 


2 


8/01/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


S 


2 


8/03/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


8/04/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 


8/04/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


8/05/1989 B 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 


8/05/1989 C 


1 N C61 


S 


2 


8/07/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/08/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/08/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


8/14/1989 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


8/14/1989 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


8/17/1989 C 


1 N R63 


S 


2 


8/17/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 


8/30/1989 A 


1 N C61 


S 


2 


9/02/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


S 


2 


9/05/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/15/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 


9/15/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


9/20/1989 C 


1 N N36 


S 


2 


9/20/1989 B 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


9/21/1989 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


9/21/1989 C 


1 PN E33 


H 


2 


9/22/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/22/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/24/1989 A 


6 A 


S 


2 


9/27/1989 A 


2 N 


S 


2 10/02/1989 C 


1 N C61 


H 


2 10/04/1989 C 


1 D N R63 


S 


2 10/04/1989 B 


1 N C61 


S 


2 10/05/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 10/05/1989 A 


SPA 


H 


2 10/05/1989 C 


1 N R63 


S 


2 10/06/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 10/06/1989 B 


9 N R63 


H 


2 10/06/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


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2 10/07/1989 A 


8 P A 


H 


2 10/07/1989 C 


1 N R63 


H 


2 10/08/1989 A 


6 P A 


H 


2 10/08/1989 A 


7 P A 


H 


2 10/08/1989 B 


1 N R63 


H 


2 10/08/1989 D 


1 P F R63 


S 


2 10/09/1989 A 


1 N C61 


S 


2 10/09/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 10/10/1989 A 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 10/11/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 10/11/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


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2 10/11/1989 A 


1 P J R63 


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2 10/11/1989 A 


1 P J N36 


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2 10/11/1989 A 


6 N 


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2 


10/11/1989 A 


1 C N C61 


S 


2 


10/11/1989 A 


1 N C61 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



LOYALTIES RAN STRONG IN MAYORAL RACE 

DURHAM COALITION PLANS NOV. ELECTION STRATEGY 

FRIENDS OF DURHAM FACES FINAL RACE UITH FULL COFFERS, STRONG MANPOWER 

REMARKABLE SHOWING 

POLITICAL WINDS VEER IN DURHAM PRIMARY 

ELECTION CANVASS CHANGES TOTALS FOR SIX CANDIDATES 

FRIENDS OF DURHAM SLATE ATTACKED BY TRAILING CANDIDATES 

VOTERS READY FOR CHANGE 

MAYORAL CANDIDATES TACKLE MONEY ISSUES 

CITY OKS INTERIM MINORITY QUOTAS 

A TAXING QUESTION 

UNLIKE STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS VOWS NO PROPERTY TAX HIKE 

JENKINS AMENDS NO PROPERTY TAX HIKE STANCE 

JENKINS NEEDS FOCUS IN MAYORAL CAMPAIGN 

CLEARING THE RECORD _ 

EXPANDING CURBSIDE RECYCLING FAVORED BY 11 OF 14 CANDIDATES 

WHAT'S DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MAYORAL CANDIDATES? SOME ANSWERS WILL HELP 

MAYORAL CANDIDATES CLAIM ENDORSEMENTS 

ELECTION INTEREST RISES 

GULLEY ANNOUNCES FOR JENKINS; ACCUSES STRAWBRIDGE OF LYING 

HAMNER'S NAME USED IN AD WITHOUT APPROVAL 

STRAWBRIDGE, JENKINS NECK AND NECK IN POLL 

THE MAIN EVENT 

READ TRANSCRIPT CAREFULLY 

NELSON STRAWBRIDGE'S RESPONSES LACKED NOBILITY 

CLOSE VIEWS LEAD TO CLOSE MAYORAL RACE IN CARRBORQ 

MAYOR'S POST, 6 COUNCIL SEATS TO BE FILLED IN TUESDAY VOTE 

DURHAM REVS UP FOR TOMORROW'S VOTE 

2 PRECINCTS WILL NOT HAVE BALLOTING 

DURHAM VOTERS CAN DECIDE CITY'S DIRECTION 

VOTERS TO PICK NEW DURHAM MAYOR TODAY 

HTIM'T ^TT THT^ fWF (TUT 

JENKINS EDGES OUT STRAWBRIDGE/VICTORY GIVES DURHAM ITS 1ST BLACK MAYOR 

GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS/VOTE '89 (ERROR IN RESULTS) 

JENKINS REBOUNDS TO WIN 

MAYORAL/VOTING TALLY 

GRUBS 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 

CITY ELECTION RESULTS PRESENT SMALL CHANGE 

UNOFFICIAL PRECINCT RETURNS IN DURHAM RACES 

COMPUTER TWISTS ELECTION RETURNS 

HAYWIRE MACHINE COUNTED PRECINCT VOTE TOTALS TWICE 

WIN OR LOSE, ELECTION CANDIDATES SHARE FATIGUE 

FRIENDS OF DURHAM LEARNS LESSONS, VOWS TO STAY 

MAVflOC Id P 

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

MAYVILLE METAL PRODUCTS CO, 

MAYVILLE METAL PLANS PRODUCTION IN SPRING 

KEADOWLANDS BUSINESS PARK 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARKS 
HILLSBOROUGH TABLES SWEETGUN ANNEXATION 

MEALS ON WHEELS 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 
WHEELS VOLUNTEERS DELIVER 'MORE THAN FOOD' 

MEASLES 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 

TRIANGLE STILL MEASLES-FREE; ROWAN, CABARRUS COUNTIES HIT BY OUTBREAK 

N.C. HEALTH AGENCY ISSUES STATEWIDE MEASLES ALERT 

DURHAM UNTOUCHED BY RASH OF MEASLES 

10 COUNTIES BATTLE MEASLES OUTBREAK 

RED MEASLES CASES HIT 10 COUNTIES 

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11/06/1989 A 

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N R63 
N C61 
N C61 
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N R63 
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N R63 
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N B53 
N C61 
N C61 
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N C61 
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N R63 
N R63 
N S22 
N S69 



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1/10/1989 
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1/13/1989 



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SUBJECTS 



ROWAN COUNTY BARES ARMS AGAINST MEASLES 

RED MEASLES OUTBREAK CLOSING IN ON DURHAM 

MEASLES CALLS FLOOD UNC OFFICE; STATE THREAT HAS STUDENTS WORRIED 

MEASLES REPORTED IN SEVERAL COUNTIES 

NO MEASLES CASES CONFIRMED IN DURHAM 

SOME STUDENTS BARRED FOR LACK OF INOCULATIONS 

THE WORD ON MEASLES: 'KNOCK ON WOOD' 

HEALTH OFFICIALS BRACE FOR MEASLES TO HIT 

MEASLES OUTBREAK DELAYS DUKE TESTING 

MEASLES CAUSE AREA CONCERN DESPITE FEW REPORTED CASES 

SOME INMATES ARE GETTING MEASLES SHOTS 

SPREAD OF RED MEASLES HAS REACHED 40 COUNTIES IN STATE 

DUKE CASE OF MEASLES CONFIRMED 

DUKE CLINICS GIVING FREE MEASLES SHOTS 

MASS VACCINATIONS FIGHT MEASLES AT DUKE 

DUKE TO OUST THOSE NOT VACCINATED 

TWO MORE CASES OF RED MEASLES CONFIRMED AT DUKE; CHATHAM SUSPECTS 2 

NCMH TO ROLL UP ITS SLEEVE 

VACCINATIONS BEGIN IN CHATHAM SCHOOLS 

HOSPITAL WORKERS GET MEASLES SHOTS 

DUKE BANS STUDENTS, FACULTY NOT VACCINATED FOR MEASLES 

MEASLES CLINICS EXTENDED 

UNC STUDENTS LINING UP FOR MEASLES RECORDS 

UNC REPORTS FIRST COUNTY MEASLES CASE 

UNC BEGINS VACCINATION CAMPAIGN 

IMMUNIZATION CLINIC OPENS AT UNC 

NOW JUST RELAX... 

'IT'S JUST AN INCONVENIENCE' i FIRST DAY OF MEASLES CLINIC GOES SMOOTHLY 

FLU ON RISE AT UNC, NCCU 

UNC TO BAR 3,000 FROM CLASSES, DORMS 

IMMUNIZATION CLINIC REAL-LIFE TRAINING FOR NURSING STUDENTS 

ONE MORE TIME; UNC HEALTH SERVICE EXTENDS MEASLES IMMUNIZATION CLINIC 

OFFICIALS PUT OUT WORD ON IMMUNIZATIONS 

MEASLES NOT WELCOMED 

HEALTH OFFICIALS CRITICAL OF HEALTH CENTER ADS 

MEASLES SHOT DEADLINE WORKS, UNC OFFICIAL SAYS 

CENTER PULLS MEASLES TEST AD FROM NEWSPAPER 

MEASLES QUARANTINE PERIOD ENDS 

OUTBREAK OF MEASLES APPEARS ON DECLINE 

UNUSUAL SIGHT GREETS SAINTS: FANS IN ARENA 

UNC COUNTS COST OF MEASLES PROGRAM 

CASE OF MEASLES CONFIRMED ON ELON CAMPUS 

MEASLES SHOW UP IN WAKE 

MEASLES VACCINE 
SEE ALSO VACCINE 
TWO MORE CASES OF RED MEASLES CONFIRMED AT DUKE; CHATHAM SUSPECTS 2 
NCMH TO ROLL UP ITS SLEEVE 
VACCINATIONS BEGIN IN CHATHAM SCHOOLS 
HOSPITAL WORKERS GET MEASLES SHOTS 
DUKE BANS STUDENTS, FACULTY NOT VACCINATED FOR MEASLES 
NO SHOT NEEDED FOR THIS 'BUG' AT DUKE 
MEASLES CLINICS EXTENDED 
UNC STUDENTS LINING UP FOR MEASLES RECORDS 
UNC REPORTS FIRST COUNTY MEASLES CASE 
UNC BEGINS VACCINATION CAMPAIGN 
IMMUNIZATION CLINIC OPENS AT UNC 
NOW JUST RELAX... 

'IT'S JUST AN INCONVENIENCE'; FIRST DAY OF MEASLES CLINIC GOES SMOOTHLY 
UNC TO BAR 3,000 FROM CLASSES, DORMS 

IMMUNIZATION CLINIC REAL-LIFE TRAINING FOR NURSING STUDENTS 
ONE MORE TIME; UNC HEALTH SERVICE EXTENDS MEASLES IMMUNIZATION CLINIC 
OFFICIALS PUT OUT WORD ON IMMUNIZATIONS 
HEALTH OFFICIALS CRITICAL OF HEALTH CENTER ADS 
MEASLES SHOT DEADLINE WORKS, UNC OFFICIAL SAYS 

MEAT 

SEE ALSO BEEF 
SEE ALSO FISH 
SEE ALSO FOOD 



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1/21/1989 A 

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1/24/1989 B 

1/24/1989 C 

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1/25/1989 

1/26/1989 

1/26/1989 

1/27/1989 

1/28/1989 B 

1/29/1989 A 

1/30/1989 A 

1/30/1989 A 

1/31/1989 B 

1/31/1989 A 

2/01/1989 

2/01/1989 

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2/03/1989 

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2/09/1989 

2/09/1989 

2/10/1989 

2/10/1989 

2/10/1989 

2/11/1989 

2/11/1989 

2/15/1989 

2/17/1989 

2/18/1989 B 

3/16/1989 D 

3/26/1989 A 

4/13/1989 C 

8/24/1989 C 



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2/02/1989 
2/03/1989 
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N L90 
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N M25 
N H65 
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N H60 
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N P38 
N H65 

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P N H65 
N C60 

P N S17 
N M25 
N H65 
N H65 
N C60 
N L90 
N S17 

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N H65 
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N S17 
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SEE ALSO GREAT AMERICAN MEATOUT 
SEE ALSO HOT DOGS 
SEE ALSO PORK 
SEE ALSO POULTRY 

LAWYER J MEAT FRAUD FOES MAY FACE SUITS 

LEAN RED MEAT CAN BE HEALTHY TO EAT 

MEAT INSPECTION AND GRADING 
USDA PLAN UNDERCOOKED 
JUDGE AXES UENDY'S LAWSUIT 

MEBANE, N.C. „ 

KONICA LEASES BUILDING IN MEBANE FOR WAREHOUSE 
MEBANE GETTING READY FOR DOGWOOD FESTIVAL 
TRAIN DEMOLISHES TRUCK IN MEBANE 
DOT SNUBBED THEM, COUNTY OFFICIALS SAY 

MEBANE, N.C, WATER RESOURCES __ 

GRAHAM, MEBANE PROJECT TO BOOST THEIR WATER SUPPLY 

MEBANE HOME TELEPHONE CO., INC. ___ 
WILLIAM HUPMAN, CHAIRMAN OF PHONE COMPANY 

MECHANICS 

SEE ALSO AUTO REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 
SEE ALSO SERVICE STATIONS 
CAN'T BEAT THE SKILL OF A SHADE-TREE MECHANIC 

MECHANICS AND FARMERS BANK (DURHAM, N.C.) 
HABITAT HELP 

PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 
MECHANICS BANK MAY RELOCATE HEADQUARTERS 
MECHANICS & FARMERS BANK MAY MOVE HEADQUARTERS 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY, N.C. 

MECKLENBURG FUNDED FOR DAY CARE EXPERIMENT 

MECKLENBURG COULD MODEL FOR CHATHAM MEDICAL INCINERATOR 

MEDAL OF HONOR RAG (PLAY) 

VIETNAM PLAY BENEFITS VETS 

'MEDAL OF HONOR RAG' OPENS TONIGHT AT DUKE 



MEDIA 

SEE MAGAZINES 
SEE NEWSPAPERS, 
SEE RADIO 
SEE TELEVISION 



N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 



MCTl T ATTfMJ 

SEE ALSO DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER, ORANGE COUNTY 

MEDIATION MAY LESSEN HOSTILITY IN CUSTODY DISPUTES 

N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION SUPPORTS MANDATED MEDIATION 

HOUSE GIVES NOD TO BILL TO USE ARBITRATION 

STUDENTS LEARNING TO SETTLE OWN SPATS 

MEDICAID 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, COSTS 
MEDICAID PROGRAM COST TO INCREASE BY $262 MILLION 
TIGHT FEDERAL BUDGET MAY HIT COUNTY 
PANEL DEBATES NUMBER OF VOTES NEEDED TO OVERRIDE VETO 
COUNTY MEDICAID LIST TO SWELL BY 1,000 WITH FEDERAL PROGRAM 
HOSPITALS SHIR COSTS TO PAYING PATIENTS 
DUKE HOSPITAL RATES TO GO UP BY 13 PERCENT !£XT YEAR 
EXPANDING MEDICAID COVERAGE SUPPORTED DESPITE STATE'S TIGHT BUDGET 
MEDICAID EXPANDS COVERAGE FOR PRENATAL CARE 
GUARANTEED MEDICAL INSURANCE PLAN GETS MIXED REVIEWS 

MEDICAL CARE, COSTS 

SEE HEALTH CARE, COSTS 



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H 1 4/14/1989 C 1 N H60 

CHH 1 11/03/1989 A 1 P N W57 

CHH 1 11/12/1989 A 1 P N M20 



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H 2 2/16/1989 B 5 P G 

S 2 3/21/1989 A 1 P N M06 

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2 11/28/1989 A 



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1/10/1989 A 


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9/07/1989 A 


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2 11/01/1989 D 


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MEDICAL CARE CENTER OF DURHAM 

DURHAM POLICE ARREST 7 IN ABORTION PROTEST 

7 ANTI-ABORTION DEMONSTRATORS ARRESTED AT DURHAM RALLY 

HEARINGS AUG. 8 FOR 7 ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS 

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

ANTI-CHOICE TWISTS WORDS 

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 

ANTI-ABORTION ACTIVISTS TO APPEAL CONVICTIONS 

WHOSE LAW OF 'NECESSITY'? 

JURY DELIBERATING CASE AGAINST ABORTION FOE 

HUNG JURY BRINGS MISTRIAL IN ABORTION-PROTEST CASE 

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 

ABORTION PROTEST TRIAL ENDS IN MISTRIAL 

PROSECUTOR WILL RETRY ABORTION-PROTEST CASES 

THEY ARE 'CRIMES OF THE HEART' 

MEDICAL COLLEGE ADMISSION TEST 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL EDUCATION 
MEDICAL SCHOOLS SEEK MORE VERBAL SKILLS 

MEDICAL CONSENT FORMS 

'GUINEA PIGS' SEEN KEY TO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

PANEL PROBES DUKE FOR FRAUD OVER USE OF DEBATED CANCER TEST 

DUKE MEDICAL CENTER FACES INQUIRY OVER USE OF EXPERIMENTAL CANCER TEST 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

MEDICAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

SEE ALSO EAST CAROLINA UNIV. MEDICAL SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL COLLEGE ADMISSION TEST 

SEE ALSO MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO NURSING SCHOOLS. N.C. 

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

EASTERLING TO TAKE CONTINUING ED POST 

MEDICAL SCHOOLS SEEK MORE VERBAL SKILLS 

STUDENTS GOING TO MEDICAL SCHOOL THROWN IN CRISIS TO SINK OR SWIM 

MARTIN, U.S. OFFICIAL TO SALUTE SURGICAL EDUCATORS 

MEDICAL SCHOOLS URGED TO RECRUIT BLACKS 

MEDICAL CAREER STUDY NEEDS FINANCIAL BOOST 

APPRENTICES GET TASTE OF DOCTORS' MEDICINE 



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9/15/1989 C 


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2 11/01/1989 D 


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N S82 


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2 11/02/1989 B 


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N S82 


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2 11/03/1989 A 


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1/06/1989 
3/23/1989 
4/10/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/15/1989 
5/09/1989 
8/05/1989 



N 

N C60 
N C60 
N 

N C60 
E 
N S17 



MEDICAL EMERGENCY SERVICE 

SEE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 

SEE ALSO LITHOTRIPTER 
COMPUTERIZED, INTRAVENOUS MEDICINE PUMP BEING DEVELOPED IN CHAPEL HILL 

MEDICAL ETHICS 

SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 
SEE ALSO HUMAN RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO TEST TUBE BABY 
THE HIGH COST OF LIVING 

MEDICAL FEES 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, COSTS 
CUTTHROAT BUSINESS PRACTICES HAVE NO PLACE IN MEDICINE 



H 2 8/09/1989 C 1 P N C60 



H 2 12/31/1989 D 4 E 



CHH 1 12/18/1989 A 4 P J 



MEDICAL FRAUD 



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SEE &_50 FRAUD 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH FRAUD 
PANEL PROBES DUKE FOR FRAUD OVER USE OF DEBATED CANCER TEST 

MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS 
SEE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 

MEDICAL INSURANCE 

SEE HEALTH INSURANCE 

MEDICAL LABORATORIES 

IN A LAB YOU EXPERIENCE SCIENCE 

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
MALPRACTICE ISSUE BODES ILL FOR INFANT CARE, EXFERT SAYS 

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO DENTAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO LAWSUIT DAMAGE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL FRAUD 

SEE ALSO SURGERY 

WOMAN LOSES SUIT AGAINST UROLOGIST 

BGARD PLANS HEARING ON MORE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST DR. SRESSLER 

SUPERVISION RECOMMENDED FOR FORMER DUKE PSYCHIATRIST 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL NEGLIGENT, JURY FINDS 

ORANGE COUNTY WOMAN FILES SUIT AGAINST DOCTOR 

JUDGE ORDERS NEW TRIAL IN DUKE MALPRACTICE SUIT 

MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ACADEMIC-INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO BRAIN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO CANCER RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DNA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO FOUNDATION FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO HUMAN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO IMMUNIZATIONS 

SEE ALSO MEASLES VACCINE 

SEE ALSO NOBEL PRIZE FOR MEDICINE 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH FRAUD 

SEE ALSO VACCINE 

'GUINEA PIGS' SEEN KEY TO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

HEALTH CARE IMPROVED 

W. GERMAN, N.C. SCIENTISTS COLLABORATE 

LOW-PROTEIN DIET PART OF KIDNEY DISEASE STUDY 

MEDICAL RESEARCH PROPERTIES, INC. 

BUILDING DEDICATION TO HONOR TAYLOR 

MEDICAL SCHOOLS, FEDERAL AID 

SEE DUKE UNIV. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

SEE MEDICAL EDUCATION 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

MEDICARE 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, COSTS 
DUKE MEDICAL CENTER OFFICIAL SAYS GAO STUDY HAS FLAWS 
PRICE SAYS HEALTH CARE PROBLEMS ON THE HORIZON 
HOSPITALS SHIFT COSTS TO PAYING PATIENTS 
DUKE HOSPITAL RATES TO GO UP BY 13 PERCENT NEXT YEAR 
DUKE, N.C. MEMORIAL SEEK HIGHER MEDICARE PAY FOR HELICOPTER SERVICE 
NEW MEDICARE RULING TO CURB AMBULANCE USE 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 1/17/1989 C 1 N S92 



♦ 



H 2 7/08/1989 B 1 P U K30 



CHH 1 4/26/1989 A 3 N S17 



CHH 1 1/21/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


H 2 1/28/1989 D 


4 


N 


H 2 1/29/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 2 1/29/1989 B 


4 


N 


CHH 1 7/21/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


H 2 11/03/1989 C 


3 


N 



H 


2 


1/02/1989 A 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


1/16/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


9/19/1989 A 


12 


N K65 


H 


2 


12/13/1989 C 


1 


N C60 



CHH 1 9/29/1989 A 6 N 



H 

CHH 
H 
H 
S 

H 



1/06/1989 
2/24/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/14/1989 
5/25/1989 
7/07/198? 



N P38 
N 

N C60 
N R63 
N M06 
N C60 



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MEDITATION 

♦THOUGHTS ARISING* 



LOCAL FOLLOWERS OF ZEN PRACTICE ANCIENT FORM... 



MELODRAMA THEATRE 

•EARNEST' STILL SHARP & FUNNY AT MELODRAMA 

IN 'SCRAMBLED FEET,' THEATER EXAMINES ITS OWN FOIBLES 

MELODRAMA'S 'SCRAMBLED FEET' IS DYNAMITE REVUE 

DURHAM SONGWRITER EXPECTING ANOTHER NO. 1 COUNTRY HIT 

MELODRAMA PUTS ON A 'FORUM' 

MELODRAMA'S 'FORUM' ZANY FUN 

MELODRAMA TO CROSS TRACKS 

♦THE GOOD DQCTORVCHEKHOV^S COMIC SIDE 

MELODRAMA THEATER GETS NEW PRODUCERS 

SEE IT NOW, BEFORE ITS STARS BEGIN TO SHINE ELSEWHERE 

MEMORIAL DAY 

SEE ALSO PEACE OFFICERS MEMORIAL DAY 
SEE ALSO WORKERS MEMORIAL DAY 

MANY WORKERS WILL GET MEMORIAL DAY OFF 

STATE PARKS EXPECTED TO ATTRACT MANY VISITORS THIS WEEKEND 

MEMORIAL DAY CLOSINGS 

REMEMBER MEMORIAL DAY'S PURPOSE/GUEST COLUMNIST 

GRANVILLE PATRIOT IS RECOGNIZED AFTER 165 YEARS 

SALUTING BRAVE AMERICANS 

DURHAM STUDENTS AMONG FEW NOT ON HOLIDAY 

LEGION CEREMONY HONORS SACRIFICES OF NATION'S VETERANS 

MEMORIAL 'MOVING RIGHT ALONG^ 

HOLIDAY CROWDS TAKE TO PARKS 

POLICE NAB 34 FOR DWI 

BEACHES ATTRACT DURHAM STUDENTS 

MERCHANTS SAY HOLIDAY SALES FAR FROM SOUPY 

VETERANS OBSERVE MEMORIAL DAY 

HERO HONORED 

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

SEE N.C. HEMORIAL HOSPITAL 



CONGRESS SPINS WHEEL _-«_„« 

STATE PROVIDES MEDICARE ADVICE/SUNDAY FOCUS t THE MEDICARE GAP 

OFFICIAL SAYS MANY BUY TOO MUCH COVERAGE/SUNDAY FOCUS! THE MEDICARE GAP 

MURCHISON'S MEDICARE TO BE PAID 

HEALTH CARE COSTS TARNISH THE ♦GOLDEN YEARS 1 

NEW MEDICARE PAYMENTS STIR CONTROVERSY 

MEDICARE LOSSES HURT HOSPITALS, SAY OFFICIALS 

HOSPITAL GROUP TAPS MUNSON 

MEDICINES 

SEE FOLK MEDICINE 

SEE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES 

SEE PRESCRIPTION DRUGS 

MEDIQUICK EXPRESS 

SATELLITE SYSTEM TRACKS TRUCKS 



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S I T 
E L Y 

C -PG L P BYL 



MEN 



H 2 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 
CHH 



CHH 1 



7/27/1989 A 
8/27/1989 A 
8/27/1989 A 
11/25/1989 A 
11/28/1989 A 
12/06/1989 B 
12/26/1989 A 
12/26/1989 A 



VANITY, THY NAME IS MAN; MEN SPENDING MORE TIME AND MONEY ON APPEARANCE S 2 10/13/1989 A 
♦MEN'S MOVEMENT' AIMS AT SUPPORT AND ROLE CHANGE CHH 1 10/30/1989 A 



MENOPAUSE 

SEE ALSO ESTROGEN 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, HEALTH CARE 
NEW DUKE CLINIC TREATS THE ESTROGEN-DEPRIVED 

THE MEN'S CENTER 

SEE ALSO SUPPORT GROUPS 
MEN'S NETWORK TO HOST MEADE PERFORMANCE 
GROWING UP TO BE A MAN 

KEN'S CLUBS 

SEE ALSO KEN'S RESOURCE NETWORK 



E 

N S17 
N C62 
N 

G S56 
N 

N S17 
N 



H 


2 


7/23/1989 D 


6 P N C47 


CHH 1 


2/02/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


H 


2 


3/10/1989 D 


5 P R W66 


H 


2 


5/02/1989 C 


3 R M31 


S 


2 


5/04/1989 D 


5 R B77 


H 


2 


5/08/1989 A 


6 U W66 


H 


2 


6/02/1989 D 


7 R U66 


S 


2 


6/08/1989 D 


4 P R B77 


H 


2 


6/12/1989 B 


1 U U66 


H 


2 11/03/1989 D 


7 P R B77 


H 


2 


12/11/1989 B 


1 U W66 


H 


2 12/15/1989 D 


6 P F W66 


S 


2 


5/24/1989 B 


1 N T77 


H 


2 


5/27/1989 C 


1 N Bll 


CHH 1 


5/28/1989 A 


2 N 


CM- 


1 


5/28/1989 A 


4 P U 


H 


2 


5/29/1989 A 


1 P N Bll 


H 


2 


5/29/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/29/1989 C 


4 N 


CHH 1 


5/29/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


5/29/1989 A 


1 N M25 


H 


2 


5/30/1989 C 


1 P N C60 


S 


2 


5/30/1989 A 


1 N B53 


s 


2 


5/30/1989 A 


1 N S92 


s 


2 


5/30/1989 C 


1 N T77 


H 


2 


5/31/1989 C 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 


5/31/1989 A 


3 P P K30 



6 P F G59 
4 L 



H 2 5/13/1989 A 14 N D80 



CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 
H 2 11/12/1989 E 



3 P N S17 
1 D N Zll 






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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



(NOT) FOR MEN ONLY 

MEN'S RESOURCE NETWORK 

SEE ALSO MEN'S CLUBS 

SEE ALSO SUPPORT GROUPS _ 

MEN'S NETWORK TO HOST MEADE PERFORMANCE 
MEN'S GROUP PLANS JUNE CONFERENCE _ 

'MEN'S MOVEMENT' AIMS AT SUPPORT AND ROLE CHANGE 



MEN'S SENIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

'30-SOHETHING' DOESN'T MEAN 

MENSA 



BASEBALL-NO THING* 



MENSA SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE NEARING 

MENTAL COMMITMENT HEARINGS 
SEE COMMITMENT HEARINGS 

MENTAL HEALTH 

SEE ALSO ANXIETY 

SEE ALSO CHILD PSYCHIATRY 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, DURHAM, DEPRESSION 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, N.C., DEPRESSION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COMMUNITY GUIDANCE CLINIC 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH BOARD 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER _^ mt , 

SEE ALSO HEALING THE MIND (CHAPEL HILL HERALD SERIES) 

SEE ALSO INSANITY PLEAS 

SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 

SEE ALSO N.C. MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO ORANGE/PERSON/CHATHAM MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 
SEE ALSO PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATIONS 

CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH FOCUS DURING MONTH 

AN ABUNDANCE OF THERAPISTS/HEALING THE MIND 

•IT'S ALL CONFIDENTIAL'/HEALING THE MIND 

REACHING OUT FOR SUPPORT/HEALING THE MIND 

MENTAL HEALTH, COSTS 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, COSTS m 

HACKNEY BLASTS MARTIN'S MENTAL HEALTH BUDGETING 

MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 
SEE N.C. MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 

MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS _ „ mim 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/PERSON/CHATHAM MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 
SEE ALSO RURAL HEALTH CLINICS, N.C. __ _„„ 

DUI LAW TO INCREASE LOAD FOR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 

MENTAL HEALTH GOLF TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
FORE?! 

MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS 

SEE ALSO COMMITMENT HEARINGS 

SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS, N.C. „_.«_ ,™. . 

VOLUNTEERS WANTED TO HELP MENTAL PATIENTS PREPARE FOR OUTSIDE WORLD 

COMMITMENTS LAW PROPOSAL MAY HIT SNAG 

MENTAL HOSPITALS 

SEE MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS 

MENTAL ILLNESS 



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H 2 10/15/1989 E 1 P F S56 



CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 3 P N S17 
CHH 1 5/26/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 10/30/1989 A 4 L 



S 2 2/21/1989 B 5 N A76 
S 2 12/20/1989 D 4 N 



CHH 1 5/06/1989 A 3 P N S17 

CHH 1 8/07/1989 A 1 P Q S17 

CHH 1 8/08/1939 A 1 P Q S17 

CHH 1 8/09/1989 A 1 P S17 



CHH 1 1/29/1989 A 1 P N S17 



H 2 8/01/1989 A 1 N C60 



S 2 5/02/1989 D 4 P P T37 



H 2 2/11/19S9 C 1 N T33 
CHH 1 4/17/1989 A 1 P N R63 



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12/31/1989 



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S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



SEE ALSO ANTI-DEPRESSANTS 

SEE ALSO ANXIETY 

SEE ALSO AUTISM 

SEE ALSO CRISIS STABILIZATION PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DEPRESSION (EMOTIONAL STATE) 

SEE ALSO HELPLINE (TELEPHONE COUNSELING AND REFERRAL SERVICE) 

SEE ALSO NOVA PROGRAM (KINSTON, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER 

SEE ALSO PSYCHOTHERAPY 

SEE ALSO REACH (REASSURANCE FOR EACH) 

SEE ALSO STRESS 

SEE ALSO THE THRESHOLD (MENTAL HEALTH FACILITY) 

MORE RESEARCH URGED TO HELP THE MENTALLY ILL 

MENTAL HEALTH PLAN MOULD FOCUS ON SEVERE PROBLEMS (CORRECTED 2-24-89) 

PANEL SAYS «80 MILLION NEEDED FOR SEVERELY MENTALLY ILL IN N.C. 

MENTALLY ILL SAID COMPETENT ON NEEDS 

MENTAL HEALTH BOARD PLAN RAISES DOUBTS 

PRISONERS OF MENTAL ILLNESS 

EX-WORKER RIPS MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM 

COMMITMENTS LAW PROPOSAL MAY HIT SNAG 

THE ESTABLISHMENT'S SHAME 

OVER 200 BILLS IN LIMBO 

HOSPITAL SPACE TIGHT FOR MENTALLY ILL CHILDREN 

STUDY: DRUG, MENTAL PROBLEMS RAMPANT IN JAIL 

TOUGHER MENTAL COMPETENCY BILL PASSES FINAL VOTE 

'GRAVETTE' LAW STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION 

CLUB NOVA TAKES ON MYTHS OF MENTAL ILLNESS 

GROUP SEEKS HOUSING FOR MENTALLY ILL 

REACHING OUT FOR SUPPORT/HEALING THE MIND 

MENTALLY ILL, SUBSTANCE ABUSE COMBO TARGETED 

SHE HAS DEEP COMPULSION TO PULL OUT HAIR 

'DON'T JUST DO SOMETHING. BE THERE' 

MENTAL PATIENTS' STAY TWICE STATE AVERAGE— REPORT 

HOST HOMES NEEDED FOR MENTALLY ILL PEOPLE 

THRESHOLD CLUBHOUSE FINDS LARGER QUARTERS; LAUNCHES $240,000 FUND RAISER 

NOWHERE TO TURN/ LACK OF HOUSING KEEPS PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS IN UNC... 

DEALING WITH MENTAL ILLNESS; DEALING WITH LIFE 

CLUB NOVA TACKLES OBSTACLES ON JOB FRONT 

MENTAL PATIENTS RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, PATIENT RIGHTS 
STATE SEEKS HOLD ON ORDER AFFECTING RETARDED PATIENTS 

MENTALLY ILL 

SEE MENTAL ILLNESS 

MENTALLY RETARDED 
SEE ALSO AUTISM 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO DOWN'S SYNDROME 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM EXCHANGE CLUB SHELTERED WORKSHOP 
SEE ALSO GROUP CARE HOMES 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO SHELTERED WORKSHOP 
SEE ALSO SPECIAL OLYMPICS 

JOBS PROGRAM OFFERS TASTE OF RESPONSIBILITY 

DEATH PENALTY IMMUNITY IS URGED 

PANEL KILLS BILL TO BLOCK DEATH PENALTY FOR MENTALLY RETARDED 

MENTAL RETARDATION SERVICE AWARDS GIVEN 

TOUGHER MENTAL COMPETENCY BILL PASSES FINAL VOTE 

OPPONENTS OF DEATH PENALTY SAY BILL DIDN'T GET FAIR HEARING 

FIVE GROUP HOMES TO OPEN IN DURHAM COUNTY, CREEDMOOR 

COMPANY OFFICIALS ANSWER QUESTIONS ON GROUP HOMES 



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



2/01/1989 C 

2/21/1989 B 

2/24/1989 A 

2/24/1989 

3/02/1989 

3/05/1989 

4/08/1989 

4/17/1989 

5/06/1989 

5/16/1989 

5/27/1989 

6/12/1989 

6/28/1989 

6/29/1989 

7/16/1989 

7/22/1989 

8/09/1989 

8/25/1989 

9/17/1989 B 

10/18/1989 C 

11/13/1989 

11/25/1989 

12/01/1989 

12/03/1989 

12/03/1989 

12/03/1989 



2 
1 

12 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
5 
1 

13 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
1 
1 



H 2 1/08/1989 C 



N 

N H65 
N 
N 

N H65 
N C60 
N H65 
N R63 
E 

N L40 
N H65 
N C60 
N M20 
E 

N S17 
N C60 
Q S17 
N C60 
N C60 
N T33 
N S17 
N H65 
N C60 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 



S 2 


1/02/1989 A 


1 P Q H65 


CHH 1 


1/29/1989 A 


3 


N S17 


H 2 


5/10/1989 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


5/20/1989 C 


5 


N Bll 


CHH 1 


6/28/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


H 2 


7/27/1989 B 


7 


N 


H 2 


10/25/1989 C 


1 


N T33 


H 1 


10/26/1989 C 


1 


N T33 



MENTORS 

MENTOR PROGRAM AIDS BLACK FRESHMEN 



H 2 2/09/1989 C 2 N D80 



f€RCEDES-BENZ 



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PRIVILEGE OF RANK 

MERCEDES' FATE STILL IN LIMBO 

UP THE CREEK (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-5-89) 

CORRECTION 

MERCK & CO. (RAHWAY, NEW JERSEY) 

MERCK'S NEW ULCER DRUG MAY PROVE TOUGH COMPETITOR FOR GLAXO'S ZANTAC 
NCCU GETS $16,000 GRANT 



MERCURY 

EATING 



'HEALTHFUL' FISH MAY MEAN MERCURY CONTAMINATION 



MERCURY 7 FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP 
SEE ALSO ASTRONAUTS 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 

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

APOLLO 11 'TOUGH ACT TO FOLLOW' 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME DONATES PORTRAIT, $25,000 TO MERCURY 7 FOUNDATION 

MERCURY ASTRONAUTS PUT CHAPEL HILL KIDS, PARENTS IN ORBIT 

ASTRONAUTS WANT EARTH TO FLOURISH 

A ROCKET TRIP BACK IN TIME/AROUND TOWN 

MERCY KILLING 
SEE DEATH 
SEE EUTHANASIA 
SEE LIVING WILL 
SEE RIGHT-TO-DIE 

MEREDITH COLLEGE, STUDENTS 

MUSIC FRATERNITY INDUCTS 2 FROM DURHAM 

"MERGER ISSUE TASK FORCE" 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNTY SCHOOLS, MERGER 

SEE ALSO SCHOOL TASK FORCE REPORTS (SPECIAL SERIES) 

SCHOOL MERGER REPORT TO BE AIRED NEXT WEEK 

SCHOOL TASK FORCE WILL SAY DURHAM SYSTEMS MEDIOCRE 

SOME DISTURBING DATA 

REPORT ON SCHOOLS SPELLS CONTROVERSY 

REPORT! 34 PERCENT QUIT CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS 

REPORT: 34 PERCENT QUIT CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS 

REPORT: CONTRASTS STARK BETWEEN CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS 

SURVEY SHOWS MOST TEACHERS PREFER COUNTY SYSTEM 

SCHOOL PROBLEMS GO FAR BEYOND CLASSROOMS 

STUDY FINDS MORE SCHOOL BUSING IN COUNTY THAN CITY 

CITY-COUNTY ACADEMIC GAP IS TALE OF BOOM, BUST 

TO MERGE OR NOT? 

TO MERGE OR NOT? BLACK TEACHERS, SOME WHITES FAVOR, BUT NOT MAJORITY 

NUMBERS PAINT A GRIM PICTURE OF THE CITY SCHOOLS ___ 

COMMITTEE CONSIDERS IMPROVEMENTS TO SCHOOL SYSTEM, INCLUDING MERGER 

JORDAN LEADS PACK IN COLLEGE BOARDS w 

EXPLOSIVE INCREASE IN COUNTY'S ENROLLMENT IS MYTH, SAYS REPORT... 

EXPERT OFFERS METHODS TO SETTLE SCHOOL ISSUE 

MERGER NOT AMONG SCHOOL PANEL'S IDEAS 

DECISION ON MERGER UPCOMING 

DURHAM DROFOUT RATES TOP NATIONAL AVERAGE 

GROUP WANTS AGGRESSIVE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT 

REPORT TELLS DISTRICTS HOW TO EDUCATE STUDENTS BETTER 

SPENDING FIGURES MISLEADING 

COUNTY SCHOOLS RENOVATED MORE 

TEXT OF MERGER PANEL 'PROBLEM STATEMENTS' 

COMMITTEE EXAMINED DROPOUT PROBLEM 

RETREAT WILL LOOK AT MERGER TASK FORCE'S PROGRESS 

SCHOOL FUNDAMENTALS STRESSED 

RETREAT AGENDA TOUGH JOB 

SCHOOL DATA! A HEALTHY TONE 

MERGER TASK FORCE TO DECIDE TIMETABLE FOR WORK 

CONFLICT COUNSELORS HELP GROUP 

TASK FORCE LISTS OPTIONS FOR COUNTY, CITY SCHOOLS 

PARENTS FACE MERGER DILEMMA-, SOCIETY VS. OWN CHILDREN 

TWO BLACK LEGISLATORS SAY RACISM BLOCKING MERGER 



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S 2 2/23/1989 C 

CHH 1 3/16/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/04/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/05/1989 A 



H 2 1/13/1989 B 
H 2 4/01/1989 C 



1 P P S76 
3 N 

1 P P L38 

2 N 



N K65 
N 



H 2 7/11/1989 B 1 N K65 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



6/17/1989 
6/17/1989 
6/17/1989 
6/18/1989 
6/18/1989 
6/25/1989 



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

s 

H 
S 

H 



1/11/1989 

1/18/1989 

1/18/1989 

1/18/1989 

1/19/1989 

1/19/1989 

1/19/1989 

1/20/1989 

1/21/1989 

1/21/1989 

1/22/1989 .. 

1/22/1989 D 

1/23/1989 A 

1/23/1989 

1/24/1989 

1/24/1989 

1/25/1989 

1/25/1989 

1/25/1989 

1/25/1989 

1/25/1989 

1/25/1989 

1/26/1989 

1/26/1989 

1/26/1989 

1/26/1989 

1/27/1989 

1/27/1989 

1/27/1989 

1/27/1989 

1/28/1989 

1/28/1989 

1/28/1989 

1/29/1989 

1/30/1989 

2/01/1989 



N L90 
N L90 
H L90 
N L90 
E 
U 



S 2 6/23/1989 C 4 N 



10 



N J40 
N J40 
E 

N S92 
N J40 
N 046 
N S92 
N S92 
E 

Q S92 
Q 046 
E 

Q 046 
Q S92 
Q J40 
Q S92 
Q 046 
N J40 
N J40 
N S92 
Q S92 
N S92 
Q 046 
Q S92 
N S92 
N 

Q J40 
N J40 
Q S92 
N S92 
E 

N S92 
N S92 
N J40 
N S92 
N 046 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



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hearing set on findings of school merger panel 

school merger panel facing busy eight weeks 

county school board chairman blasts merger report 

eshelman responds to baldwin criticism 

baldwin says merger reports are inaccurate 

school merger task force says no to hearing delay request 

no! you go sit in the corner! /merger issue task force <cartoon) 

speak up on schools 

hearing on merger issues no battle of gettysburg 

choice comes of age 

merger hearing echoes pro, con 

school merger task force to ask for more time 

merger task force seeks extension 

3 commissioners back more time to study merger 

merger issue panel nay get more time 

political tensions may stop merger of schools 

insight/a deafening silence! without details, merger debate to remain... 

a j24-miuli0n question 

'come, let us reason together' 

dr. coble's departure 

merger task force to begin refining recommendations 

merger may hamper replacement of coble 

schools task force tightens focus of merger debate 

labeling county schools mediocre was unjustified 

merger panel likely to extend task 

merger study panel adopts noj schqjjle 

insight/split decisions: what do city and county teachers think?... 

merger issue task force to receive two final committee reports today 

city-county schools merger urged 

committee for joining city, county schools 

'superfund' for durham schools eyed 

heron: school tax needs long, hard look 

would merger kelp? 

call to merge schools faces difficult battle 

report says merger would offer best programs to all 

merger reports to be combined 

reports school merger would offer best programs 

call summit meeting 

committee report backs school systems' merger 

reid promises own statement on merger issue 

another task force panel backs merger 

reid urges delay of merger; says school districts should be equalized 

reid recommends delaying school merger 

o'reilly: taxes should be same 

report: school merger is better 

separate but equal? dr. reid's plan raises worrisome questions 

principle, not politics, should guide decisions 

merger committee lacks consensus, its chairman says 

task force panel lacks agreement on school merger issue 

merger panel offers options 

merger report gets final editing work 

merging schools will boost students' educational quality 

merger report to help clarify issues 

more blacks urged for durham task force 

1st draft of merger report spurs talk of new schedule 

merger aside, task force debates committee's mix 

black opponents: merger may make more problems 

davis*. criticism of merger doesn't represent all blacks 

ex-hillside teacher favors school merger 

the separate-but-equal plan 

slanted against whom? durham blacks j> whites should put children first 

merger task force plans debate tonight 

durham task force delays debate on school merger 

task force nibbles merger pie 

school board getting report card on merger task force progress 

believe in goal of brotherhood 

parents group seeks city magnet school 

school merger task force urged to meet deadline 

task force agrees not to oppose merger 

task force not against merger 



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2 
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2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
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2/01/1989 

2/01/1989 

2/03/1989 

2/03/1989 

2/03/1989 

2/04/1989 

2/05/1989 

2/06/1989 

2/07/1989 

2/07/1989 

2/07/1989 

2/08/1989 

2/08/1989 

2/09/1989 

2/10/1989 

2/10/1989 

2/12/1989 

2/12/1989 

2/14/1989 

2/15/1989 

2/15/1989 

2/15/1989 

2/16/1989 

2/20/1989 

2/22/1989 

2/23/1989 B 

2/26/1989 D 

3/01/1989 

3/02/1989 

3/02/1989 

3/03/1989 

3/03/1989 

3/06/1989 

3/06/1989 

3/08/1989 

3/08/1989 

3/08/1989 

3/10/1989 

3/15/1989 

3/15/1989 

3/15/1989 

3/16/1989 

3/16/1989 

3/16/1989 

3/16/1989 

3/19/1989 D 

3/19/1989 D 

3/22/1989 C 

3/23/1989 

3/23/1989 

3/23/1989 

3/27/1989 

3/28/1989 

3/29/1989 

3/29/1989 

3/30/1989 

3/30/1989 

3/31/1989 

4/01/1989 

4/01/1989 

4/02/1989 

4/05/1989 

4/06/1989 

4/06/19B9 

4/06/1989 

4/10/1989 

4/11/1989 

4/12/1989 

4/13/1989 

4/13/1989 



N J40 
N S92 
N J40 
N S92 
N S92 
N J40 

T T C50 
E 

P N J40 
E 

P N S92 
N J40 

P N S92 
N H65 
N 
E 

T F A20 
E 
E 
E 

N J40 
E 

N J40 
L 

N J40 
N J40 

T F 046 
N 

P N J40 
N 

N J40 
N H65 
E 
E 

N J40 
N J40 
N 
E 

N J40 
N J40 

P N S92 

P N J40 

P N S92 
N S92 
N S92 
E 

P U 
N J40 
N J40 
N S92 
N S92 
L 

N S92 
N J40 
N S92 
N J40 
N S92 

P N S92 
N J40 
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N J40 
N J40 

P N S92 

P N S92 
E 

N J40 
N J40 
N J40 
N S92 



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



SUBJECTS 



ACADEMIC HIGH SCHOOL 

MERGER STUDY GROUP NEEDS CLEAR STATEMENT 

IF VOTED ON NOW, MERGER WOULD LOSE, SOME SAY 

SCHOOL MERGER PANEL PONDERS REFERENDUM AS STEP ONE OR FIVE 

TASK FORCE! PLAN VOTE OR MERGER 1ST? „,„„ 

WORD 'STUDENT' HAS MERGER TASK FORCE DEBATING 2 1/2 HOURS 

DURHAM SCHOOL MERGER TASK FORCE SAGA CONTINUES/REFERENDUM ISSUE 'HOT... 

DURHAM SCHOOL MERGER TASK FORCE SAGA CONTINUES/REPORT DEADLINE SET... 

STUDENTS SEEM SECOND IN MERGER GROUP TALKS 

MERGER GROUP TO REQUEST MORE MONEY 

COUNTY GIVES $9,600 MORE TO MERGER GROUP 

MERGER GROUP MAY LEAVE SPECIFICS TO ITS COMMITTEES 

CITY SCHOOLS SQUEEZE LEARNING IN TIGHT SPACE 

TASK FORCE SCUTTLES SEVEN-STEP SCHOOL MERGER RECOMMENDATION 

MERGER GROUP STALLS,- CHAIRMAN ASKS SOUL SEARCHING 

CONSENSUS ON MERGER STILL ELUSIVE AFTER YEAR 

END NOT IN SIGHT AS MERGER TASK FORCE HOLDS FINAL MEETING 

MERGER PANEL MEETINGS WILL FINISH TONIGHT 

TASK FORCE CALLS FOR REFERENDUM ON SCHOOL MERGER 

TASK FORCE SQUEEZES OUT TENTATIVE PLANS 

MERGER NOT ONLY WAY TO IMPROVE EDUCATION 

HOW WOULD BOARDS VOTE? 

COMMISSIONERS TO RECEIVE REPORT TODAY FROM MERGER ISSUE TASK FORCE 

MERGER REPORT HEARING SCHEDULED FOR MAY 16 

TWO SHUNNING MERGER SESSION 

BELL TO NAME PANEL TO REVIEW MERGER STUDY 

MERGER TASK FORCE'S FINAL REPORT DRAWS SMALL CROWD 

REPORT: SCHOOL MERGER FEELINGS MIXED 

MERGER PANEL ON AGENDA TODAY 

COMMISSIONERS MUST TAKE LEAD ON MERGER 

MERGER ISSUE! WHAT'S NEXT? 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD VOTES AGAINST MERGER 

SCHOOL BOARD HASTY 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD ISN'T TALKING STRAIGHT 

COMMISSIONERS, 2 SCHOOL BOARDS TO MEET ,_ 

COMMISSIONER BELL: MERGE SCHOOLS BY PEOPLES' VOTE ONLY 

EDUCATION TEAMWORK WILL BENEFIT DURHAM 

INSIGHT/KEEPING THE BALL ROLLING/DEPARTING NCSSM HEAD OPTIMISTIC ON... 

CITY, COUNTY SCHOOL BOARDS HAVE NOT RESPONDED TO THE URGENT NEEDS 

BOARDS STRUGGLE FOR UNITY ON SCHOOLS 

DON'T CALL THIS MEDDLING 

BOARD TO GET REPORT ON STUDENTS 

SCHOOLS HOPE TO REDUCE DROPOUTS BY 10X 

CUTTING DROPOUTS KEY, NOT PLANS TO BE USED 

CHAMBER TO FAVOR SCHOOL MERGER 

CHAMBER'S PRO-MERGER RESOLUTION MAILED OUT 

CHAMBER MEMBERS GET NOTICE ON MERGER STANCE 

CHAMBER SUPPORTS SCHOOL MERGER 

CHAMBER MERGER STAND IS WORTHWHILE ATTEMPT 

NO CONSULTANT NEEDED 

EDUCATION SHOULD BE MERGER PROPOSAL KEY 

MERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNTY GOVERNMENT MERGER 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNTY SCHOOLS, MERGER 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. N.C., MERGERS 

HOME SAVINGS, R.I. FIRM LOCK PURCHASE DEAL 

SMALLER N.C. BANKS SEEN MERGER TARGETS 

PERSONNEL SPECIALIST TALKS MERGER, MORALE AT SEMINAR 

TWO DURHAM LAW FIRMS PLAN MERGER 

DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL MUSEUMS VOTE MERGER 

MUSEUM MERGER COMPLETION DUE NEXT MONTH 

QUESTIONS UNANSWERED ON MUSEUMS' MERGER 

MONEY DRIVES ENTERTAINMENT 

MUTUAL, GREENSBORO S&LS TO MERGE 

MERIDIAN BUSINESS CAMPUS 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARKS 
LAKEWOOD CENTER RECEIVES AWARD 



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H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
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S 
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H 
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4/14/1989 

4/14/1989 

4/18/1989 

4/19/198? 

4/19/198? 

4/20/198? 

4/20/198? 

4/20/198? 

4/21/198? 

4/21/1989 

4/25/1989 

4/26/1989 

4/26/1989 

4/27/1989 

4/27/1989 

5/02/198? 

5/03/1989 

5/03/1989 

5/04/1989 

5/04/198? 

5/05/l?8? 

5/08/1989 

5/08/1989 

5/09/198? 

5/16/1989 

5/16/1989 

5/17/198? 

5/17/198? 

5/18/1989 

5/18/1989 

5/19/1989 

5/19/198? 

5/22/1989 

5/22/198? 

5/24/1989 

6/07/1989 

6/08/1989 

6/11/1989 

6/16/1989 

6/21/198? 

6/25/1989 

7/12/1989 _ 

7/12/1989 B 

7/18/1989 A 

7/28/1989 A 

8/01/1989 B 



8/01/1989 
8/02/1989 
8/03/1989 
8/04/1989 
9/12/198? 



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N J40 
N J40 
N S92 
N J40 
N S92 
N S92 
E 
N H65 

P N H65 
N J40 

P N S92 
N J40 

P N S92 
E 
N J40 

P N S92 
N J40 
N S92 
E 
E 
N 

N R63 
N J40 
N S92 
N J40 
N S92 
N J40 
E 
E 

N J40 
E 
E 
N 

N S69 
E 
A20 



S69 



F 

J 

J 

E 

N 

N H65 

E 

N S92 

N 

N S92 

N C47 

E 

E 

E 



s 


2 3/07/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 4/26/1989 D 


5 N 


CHH 1 5/18/1989 A 


5 N 


H 


2 5/21/198? B 


7 N R63 


H 


2 5/24/1989 A 


1 N C60 


S 


2 5/24/1989 A 


1 N M06 


s 


2 5/27/1989 A 


4 E 


s 


2 8/30/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/10/1989 B 


5 P N C60 



S 2 6/19/198? A 1 N 



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MONTHLY/ 



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



SU6JE 



LAKEWOOD SHOPPES, LAKESIDE PROMENADE WIN 'DURHAM AWARDS' 

HIGH NOTE 

SATURDAY'S POPS CONCERT WILL FEATURE 2 SOLOISTS 

READY TO 'POP' 

POPS GOES T>£ MERIDIAN 

VIOLIN PLUCKING 

IN TUNE 

THE INSIDE SCOOP ON 'OUTSIDER' ART/TUESDAY TALK 

DEVELOPER WANTS TO SAVE EXISTING RIGHTS 

MERIDIAN PARK 

SEE MERIDIAN BUSINESS CAMPUS 



MERRICK-MOORE SCHOOL 

MERRICK MOORE 'OLDIES' DEFEAT HILLSIDE 
'HUNGRY' WOMAN ROBS HER HOST 
BLACK SCHOOLS PLAY CATCH-UP 



GOODIES' 



MERRILL, LYNCH, PIERCE, FENNER & SMITH 

MERRILL LYNCH REALTY SALE WON'T MEAN RELOCATION, EXEC SAYS 

MERRILL LYNCH REALTY/MID-ATLANTIC INC. (CHANGED TO PRUDENTIAL TRI. REALTY) 
MERRILL LYNCH REALTY SALE WON'T MEAN RELOCATION, EXEC SAYS 

MERRITT MILL ROAD 

NEW TANDLER PHASE IN WORKS 

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, TEXAS (PLAY) 

THE M ERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, TEXAS/SHAKESAPEARE MEETS SAGEBRUSH.,. 
DUKE OFFERS EXCHANGE OF 'MERRY WIVES' TICKETS 
RAMBLERS MAKE IT WORK 

MESSIAH 

THE 'MESSIAH' AT DUKE! AGAIN, A SINGULAR EVENT 
AS HANDEL INTENDED IT/'MESSIAH' 

METALLICA (BAND) 

METALLICA IS HAPPY WITH SUCCESS ON ITS TERMS 

METAMORA (MUSIC GROUP) 
METAMORA 

METAMORPHOSIS (PLAY) 

METAMORPHOSIS CAST FEATURED IN FEB. 4 GALA 

DUKE STUDENTS GET CHANCE TO TRAIN WITH PROS 

BARYSHNIKOV AS A BUG 

DUKE STANDS TO BENEFIT FROM HOSTING SHOWS 

NO SHOT NEEDED FOR THIS 'BUG' AT DUKE 

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

MISHA'S METAMORPHOSIS 

MISHA! 

BARYSHNIKOV CURTAIN CALL 

METAMORPHOSIS II! FROM THEATER STAR TO A GENIAL GUEST 

BARYSHNIKOV UNDERGOES 'METAMORPHOSIS' 

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

BARYSHNIKOV'S THEATER DEBUT ALMOST AS BIG AS BASKETBALL 

NOT BUGGED 

'METAMORPHOSIS' IS STRANGE, BUT GOOD 

HUMANITY SHINES THROUGH MISHA'S 'METAMORPHOSIS' 

BROADWAY CRITICS COOL TO DUKE-BRED 'METAMORPHOSIS' 

METHODISTS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
SEE ALSO TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

METHODIST BISHOPS FROM 9 STATES MEET IN CHARLOTTE 

METHODIST CHURCHES TO EMPHASIZE MISSIONS 

METHODIST HYMNAL WILL BE INTRODUCED DURING MEETING OF BISHOPS 

PROFESSOR'S BOOK EXPLORES METHODISM, FOREIGN POLICY 

REKINDLING FIRES OF METHODISM 



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H 


2 


6/21/1989 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


7/27/1989 D 


3 P N 


H 


2 


7/28/1989 D 


4 P N 


S 


2 


7/29/1989 C 


1 P P C45 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 C 


1 P P C45 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 C 


5 P P C45 


S 


2 


7/31/1989 C 


1 P P C45 


H 


2 


8/01/1989 A 


6 P U WIS 


S 


2 


9/27/1989 A 


1 N C61 



S 2 1/03/1989 B 6 P U A76 
S 2 1/31/1989 B 1 N 
S 2 4/19/1989 G 10 P F S92 



H 2 8/16/1989 D 6 N C60 
H 2 8/16/1989 D 6 N C60 
CHH 1 1/04/1989 A 1 N C62 



H 2 12/08/1989 D 3 P F B71 
H 2 12/12/1989 C 12 N 
H 2 12/15/1989 D 6 P R B77 



H 2 12/05/1989 B 1 R W66 
H 2 12/08/1989 D 12 P P C58 



H 2 2/17/1989 D 5 F H90 



CHH 1 4/06/1989 A 6 P P 



H 


2 


1/01/1989 C 


12 P N 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 D 


10 N D80 


S 


2 


1/26/1989 D 


1 P F B71 


S 


2 


1/26/1989 D 


3 P N B71 


S 


2 


2/02/1989 D 


3 P U B71 


H 


2 


2/03/1989 D 


1 P P 


H 


2 


2/03/1989 D 


10 P F W66 


S 


2 


2/04/1989 A 


1 P P S73 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 B 


4 P P S73 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 B 


1 P U W15 


S 


2 


2/08/1989 A 


14 N 


s 


2 


2/09/1989 D 


3 P N 


s 


2 


2/09/1989 D 


3 N 


S 


2 


2/09/1989 A 


1 P P S73 


S 


2 


2/09/1989 A 


3 P R B71 


H 


2 


2/10/1989 D 


5 R U66 


H 


2 


3/16/1989 B 


1 P R 


S 


2 


1/07/1989 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


2/18/1989 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


4/29/1989 A 


9 P N 


S 


2 


5/03/1989 C 


10 N 


H 


2 


9/12/1989 A 


4 E 



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MONTHLY/ 



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



Y SUBJECTS 



'84 BHOPHAL DISASTER KILLED 5 SIBLINGS, BOTH HIS PARENTS 

MEVACOR 

PERILS OF NEVACOR/DRUG CAN BE CAUSE OF LIVER DAMAGE 

MEXICO 

SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 
SEE ALSO CANCUN, MEXICO 
LOCALS HELP MIGRANT WORKER MAKE LAST FLIGHT HOME 

MEXICO, DRUGS _ 

A KEY MEXICAN DRUG ARREST 

MEYERSON/ ALLEN 

SEE MYERSON/ALLEN 

^S&'SSWBU*. - BUDDY FILM NOIR IN COLOR 
JAIL ESCAPE WAS A BUST 

MICROCHIPS 

SEE ALSO COMPUTER CHIP 
MITSUBISHI FETES NEU UAFER PLANT 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER OF N.C. (STATE RESEARCH FACILITY) 

SEEALSO CENTER FOR MICROELECTRONICS (GENERAL ELECTRIC-OWNED) 

SEE ALSO ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO MCNC AT THE CROSSROADS (SPECIAL SERIES) 

FEU BUDGET PLUMS OFFERED FOR TRIANGLE „_. r^r^n- 

BELL NORTHERN'S KUHN APPOINTED MICROELECTRONICS CENTER PRESIDENT 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER HOPES TO COLLABORATE WITH SEMATECH 

DURHAM COUGHS UP TONS OF TOXINS 

CUTS WOULD ELIMINATE BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER MUST BE ACCOUNTABLE 

GOLD RUSH OR BUST? MCNC AT THE CROSSROADS „ 

THE BOTTOM LINE CATCHING PUBLIC'S EYE/MCNC AT THE CROSSROADS 

KUHN, NEU DIRECTOR, HOPES TO IGNORE PAST, LOOK AHEAD 

FACILITIES NOTCH NOTED ACHIEVEMENTS 

ARTICLE ABOUT MCNC CONTAINED INACCURACIES mrr „ 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER OF N.C. AUAPJSTJ U.S., TAIWANESE PATENTS 

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE AGREES TO COMPROMISES ON BUDGET 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER BOARD MEMBER NAMED ^^ 

SCIENCE TEACHERS SEE HIGH TECH AT N.C. MICROELECTRONICS CENTER' 

DUKE, UNC-C CHANCELLORS JOIN MICROELECTRONICS CENTER BOARD 

MILLER PROVISION CALLS FOR PRIVATE AGENCIES LISTING STATE MONEY USE 

HIGH-TECH MICROELECTRONICS USES ANCIENT GLASSBLOUING ART 

SUFERCOMPUTING CENTER DIRECTOR IS REMOVED 

NEU CHIP CALLED 'FUZZY LOGIC ADVANCE 

MCNC SPONSORS WORKSHOP _ _ 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER SEEN HELP TO LURE CHIP PLANT 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER OF N.C, BUDGET T , r ^v-™.™. 

THE BOTTOM LINE CATCHING PUBLICS EYE/MCNC AT THE CROSSROADS 
HOUSE DEFEATS MOVE TO CUT MICROELECTRONICS FUNDS 
MICROELECTRONICS CENTER DRAWS GARDNER'S FIRE 

U T P OOCPfTDCC 

CONFERENCE SET ON VIDEO MICROSCOPES IN BIOLOGY 
MICROSCOPE TAKES ON THICKER SAMPLES 

MICROSTRUCTURE _ 

W. GERMAN, N.C. SCIENTISTS COLLABORATE 

MICROWAVE COOKING 
SEE ALSO COOKING 
MICROWAVE OVEN LIKELY ORIGIN OF FATAL FIRE 

MID-STATE FARMS CO. _ „, 

SLUDGE HAULER MAY BE CITED FOR WASTE PIT 



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H 2 5/05/1989 A 11 P N C60 

CHH 1 11/03/1989 A 7 U 

CHH 1 7/15/1989 A 1 P N L90 

H 2 4/14/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 2/24/1989 D 3 P R L59 
S 2 7/24/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 10/06/1989 A 1 N E33 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


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H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/19/1989 

1/27/1989 

2/03/19S9 

2/19/1989 

3/17/1989 

4/01/1989 

4/16/1989 

4/17/1989 

4/18/1989 

4/18/1989 

4/24/1989 

5/03/1989 

5/12/1989 

6/15/1989 B 

7/21/1989 C 

7/22/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/13/1989 

8/18/1989 

8/23/1989 

9/12/1989 

9/26/1989 



N R53 
N K65 
N K65 
N C60 
N K65 
E 

Q K65 
Q K65 
Q K65 
N K65 
L 
N 
N 
N 

N K65 
N 
N L40 

1 P N K65 
3 N 

9 N 

2 N 
11 N 



H 2 4/17/1989 A 1 C Q K65 
H 2 4/25/1989 C 8 N L4C 
H 2 10/28/1989 C 1 N L40 



H 2 6/01/1989 B 9 N 
H 2 6/22/1989 B 2 N 



H 2 9/19/1989 A 12 N K65 

H 2 10/31/1989 C 4 N M51 
CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 3 N M25 



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SEE ALSO AGING 
EXPLORING THE MIDLIFE CRISIS 

KIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 

SEE CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 
SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOL PLAN 
SEE ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 
SEE SCHOOLS, N.C., MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 

MIDDLETON APARTMENTS 

MIDDLETON APARTMENTS FIRE 

MIDWIFERY 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 
HIDWIVES SEEK 'BIRTH OPTIONS' 

MIGRANT WORKERS 

SEE ALSO ILLEGAL ALIENS 
TOBACCO FARMERS FEAR MIGRANT WORKER SHORTAGE 
FARMERS EXPECT LABOR SQUEEZE 
LOCALS HELP MIGRANT WORKER MAKE LAST FLIGHT HOME 

MIGRATION 

SEE BLACKS, U.S., MIGRATION 
SEE POPULATION, U.S. 

MIKES ON MAIN QUAD 
SEE DEBATE 

MILITARY, BLACKS 

SEE BLACKS, MILITARY 

MILITARY, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO DEFENSE CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL SECURITY 
SEE ALSO U.S., BUDGET 

CLOSING OF MILITARY BASES GOOD FOR U.S. 

LEFTISTS WEAKEN NATION'S DEFENSE 

SPENDING CUTS WOULD HURT U.S. DEFENSE — GENERAL 

AT LAST! PENTAGON SAVINGS PLAN 

MILITARY, BUDGET, CUTS 

TRIANGLE RESIDENTS HOPE FOR MILITARY CUTS 

RESIDENTS FAVOR CUTS IN DEFENSE; ROOSEVELT STUDY RELEASED 

DEFENSE CUTS WOULD HAVE GREAT IMPACT 

WHAT ATE THE 'PEACE DIVIDEND" 

MILITARY, COURTS MARTIAL 

DERELICTION OF DUTY CHARGES WITHDRAWN 
COURT-MARTIAL BEGINS ON ABANDONING OF MARINE 
FRIEND TESTIFIES HE ASKED ABOUT MISSING MARINE 
MARINE CONVICTED, DEMOTED OVER DEATH OF LANCE CORPORAL 
COMPANY'S FIRST SOT. TESTIFIES IN COURT-MARTIAL OVER DEATH 
OFFICER GUILTY IN ABANDONED MARINE CASE 



H 2 12/21/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 12/21/1989 C 1 P P 132 



CHH 1 10/06/1989 A 2 N 



H 2 2/06/1989 C 3 N 
H 2 2/12/1989 D 4 E 
CHH 1 7/15/1989 A 1 P N L90 



S 2 1/03/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 1/16/1989 A 4 P U 

H 2 1/31/1989 B 6 N 

H 2 7/22/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 3/20/1989 A 1 P N M06 

CHH 1 4/12/1989 A 3 N R63 

S 2 11/22/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 12/07/1989 A 4 E 



H 


2 


1/12/1989 B 


4 N 


H 


1 


1/28/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/31/1989 A 


16 N 


H 


2 


2/02/1989 B 


10 N 


H 


2 


2/04/1989 C 


4 N 


H 


2 


2/26/1989 B 


7 P N 



MILITARY, DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
DRUG ABUSE DOWN AT FORT BRAGG 

MILITARY, HOMOSEXUALS 
APOLOGY NOT ENOUGH 

MILITARY BASES, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC N.C. MILITARY BASES) 
INSURANCE BUREAU MAY END TERRITORIES ON MILITARY BASES 

MILITARY BASES, THEFT 

3 CIVILIANS INDICTED AT CAMP LEJEUNE 



S 2 1/25/1989 A 7 N 

S 2 7/05/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 1/28/1989 B 3 N 

S 1 1/05/1989 A 9 N 



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CLOSING OF MILITARY BASES GOOD FOR U.S. 
DON'T STOP PLAN TO CLOSE BASES 

MILITARY NEWS (COLUMN) 

SERVICED ARRIVE FOR DUTY, EARN HONORS 

MILITARY NOTES 

SERVICEMEN PROMOTED, HONORED 

MILITARY NOTES 

SERVICEMEN RECEIVE ASSIGNMENTS, HONORS 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN EARN PROMOTIONS 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN GET ASSIGNMENTS, PROMOTIONS 

MTl TTARY NOTTS 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN COMPLETE TRAINING, GET PROMOTIONS 

MILITARY NOTES 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN RECEIVE HONORS, ASSIGNMENTS 

SERVICEMEN COMPLETE COURSES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN GET PROMOTIONS 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NEWS 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

MILITARY NOTES 

DURHAM, AREA SERVICEMEN EARN HONORS, PROMOTIONS 

MILITARY NOTES _ „ mar ^ mm 

TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN COMPLETE COURSES, GET ASSIGNMENTS 

MILK 

SEE ALSO DAIRY FARMERS, N.C. __ 

COLD AND FRESH/40 YEARS OF BUSINESS & GOING STRONG WITH. 

MILK CARTONS _ „ m „ 

BILL TAKES SOUR VIEW OF MILK CRATE THEFTS 
CRYING OVER SPILLED MILK CRATES; THEFT COSTS DAIRY INDUS 
rOMMITTEE AMENDS BILL ON POSSESSING MILM CRATES 
MISSING, CAMPAIGN TO RECOVER STOLEN MILK CRATES TO BEGIN THIS WEEK 
CRATE LAY THE LEGISLATURE'S SOP TO THE BOYS FROM MILK 

MIME 

SEE ALSO TOUCH MIME TRIO 
*$ FREE OF CHARGE M 
MIME ANDREW LEVITT DOES HIS THING WEDNESDAY 

MIND WINDOWS (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) _^ 

THE BRAIN SPA, UNIQUE STORE EXPLORES INNER SPACE „_,.,„ 
PROLIFIC INVENTOR FINDS HE DOES SOME OF BEST THINKING UNDERWATER 

MINI-SOCIETY 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, CURRICULUM 



S I T 

N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 1/03/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 1/05/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 


1/07/1989 B 


6 


N 


CHH 1 


1/09/1989 A 


8 


N 


S 2 


1/11/1989 C 





N 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


g 


N 


S 2 


1/14/1989 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


1/22/1989 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


1/24/1989 A 


2 


N 


CHM 1 


1/29/1989 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


2/06/1989 A 


9 


N 


S 2 


2/08/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


2/17/1989 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


9 


N 


CHH 1 


•3/01/1989 A 


7 


N 


S 2 


3/03/1989 D 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


9 


N 


S 2 


3/09/1989 C 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


3/16/1989 A 


8 


N 


S 2 


3/21/1989 A 


7 


N 


S 2 


3/22/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


3/31/1989 A 


9 


N 


CHH 1 


4/01/1989 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


4/02/1989 A 


9 


N 


S 2 


4/07/1989 A 


6 


N 


CHH 1 


4/12/1989 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 


4/19/1989 A 


9 


N 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


6 


N 


CHH 1 


4/24/1989 A 


5 


N 


CHH 1 


4/26/1989 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 


5/01/1989 A 


5 P N 


CHH 1 


5/02/1989 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


5/14/1989 A 


10 


N 


cm i 


5/17/1989 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 


5/21/1989 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


5/24/1989 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


5/28/1989 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 


5/31/1989 A 


12 


N 


CHH 1 


6/06/1989 A 


14 


N 


S 2 


6/07/1989 A 


18 


N 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


10 


N 


S 2 


6/08/1989 A 


11 


N 


MILK DELIVERY CHH 1 


8/20/1989 A 


3 P N 


H 2 


3/29/1989 C 


1 


N R53 


Y %2 MILLION CHH 1 


4/11/1989 A 


3 P N 


H 2 


5/31/1989 C 


6 


N R53 


HIS WEEK CHH 1 


10/09/1989 A 


3 P N 


H 2 10/15/1989 B 


1 


U N36 



S 2 1/05/1989 D 4 P I 
H 2 1/06/1989 D 14 P P 



S 2 2/03/1989 B 1 P F G59 
H 2 5/03/1989 C 1 P N C60 



MINIATURES 

NATIONAL PASTIME 



H 2 4/16/1989 B 1 P P K30 



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

MINIMUM WAGE SCALE 
SEE ALSO WAGES, N.C. 
MINIMUM WAGE ISSUE 
EGG PRICES... EGG DEMAND (CARTOON) 
MINIMUM WAGE BILL IS SOUNTj APPROACH 

DUKE STUDENTS, SENIOR CITIZENS TO PROTEST MINIMUM-WAGE PLAN 
GROUP STAGES PROTEST OF PLAN FOR SUB-MINIMUM TRAINING PAY 
WAGE RAGE 

MINIMUM WAGE HIKE A MISTAKE 
ASK PEOPLE AFFECTED ABOUT MINIMUM WAGE 
DURHAM FORUM OKS RAISING WAGES 
MINIMUM WAGE PLAN HELPS WORKERS, BOSSES 
NEW MINIMUM, NEW PROBLEM? 

MINISTERS, BLACK 

SEE ALSO BLACK CHURCHES 
MINISTERS TOLD! JOIN FIGHT AGAINST AIDS 

MINISTERS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CONTACT DURHAM, INC. (CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM) 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CONGREGATIONS IN ACTION 

SEE ALSO INTERDENOMINATIONAL MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO URBAN MINISTRIES CENTER 

SEE ALSO WOMEN. MINISTERS 

IT'S NOT A MATTER OF WHAT HE SAYS SO MUCH AS WHAT HIS LISTENERS HEAR 

BLINDNESS DOESN'T HANDICAP MINISTER 

HUSBAND-WIFE PASTORS TO LEAD MORAVIAN CHURCH 

MINISTERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, MINISTERS 
PREACHING EQUALITY; TIM KIMREY IS LEADING ORANGE COUNTY'S FIGHT... 
MINISTERS TOLDS JOIN FIGHT AGAINST AIDS 
COUNCIL MEMBER RESIGNS AS PASTOR 
'DON'T JUST DO SOMETHING. BE THERE' 
ACROSS AN OCEAN AND A GENERATION 

MINISTERS, N.C, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 

FLAMBOYANT PREACHER IN PRISON AFTER CAREER OF SEXUAL MOLESTATION 

MINISTERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO CHAPLAIN CORPS. 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, MINISTERS 
LIGHT YEARS FROM HIS ROOTS 

MINNESOTA 

CANDIDATE TRIES NEW TWIST 

MINNESOTA MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

GRAND JURY INDICTS DABER ON FALSE-PRETENSE CHARGES 

MINNIE MOUSE 

'NOW BE A GOOD LITTLE BOY...' 

MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, ETHNIC POPULATION 

SEE ALSO INROADS INC. 

SEE ALSO LEADERSHIP EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IN BUSINESS INC 

SEE ALSO N.C INSTITUTE OF MINORITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL, MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 

ACTIVELY STRIVE FOR ECONOMIC JUSTICE, ESPY TELLS MINORITIES 

SPEAKER STRESSES NEED FOR MINORITY TEACHERS 

DUKE GRADUATE SCHOOL HOSTS MINORITY SYMPOSIUM 

MINORITIES TAKING OVER LOW-SKILL JOBS, KENAN SPEAKER SAYS 

MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, U.S., ADMISSIONS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 



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H 2 7/23/1989 B 1 N S22 



3/16/1989 
3/26/1989 
3/27/1989 
3/29/1989 
3/30/1989 
3/30/1989 
6/19/1989 
6/19/1989 
6/26/1989 
11/02/1989 
11/11/1989 



H 2 2/21/1989 A 

S 2 10/02/1989 A 

H 2 9/09/1989 A 

S 2 5/25/1989 C 



E 
T T C50 

E 

N 
P N C47 
P P T37 

E 

E 

N M06 

E 

E 



H 2 7/01/1989 C 1 N C60 



H 2 4/16/1989 D 
S 2 7/11/1989 B 
H 2 11/25/1989 A 



CHH 1 6/06/1989 A 
H 2 7/01/1989 C 
CHH 1 8/04/1989 A 
H 1 10/18/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/26/1989 A 



H 2 1/30/1939 B 1 N 



3 P U H45 
1 P F G59 
7 P N J40 


3 P N S17 
1 N C60 
3 N M70 
1 P N T33 
3 P N 



4 E 
4 E 
1 P N S82 
1 P P C45 



H 2 5/20/1989 C 4 N C47 

CHH 1 6/04/1989 A 3 N L90 

S 2 9/07/1989 C 2 N 

CHH 1 10/21/1989 A 2 N S17 



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SEE ALSO MEDICAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C., MINORITY ADMISSIONS lMm -, 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAFEL HILL, MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, MINORITY ADMISSIONS 

DUKE PARTICIPATING IN MINORITY GRAB STUDY PROGRAM 

SPEAKER STRESSES NEED FOR MINORITY TEACHERS 

MINORITY BUSI NESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, SMALL _ _ r „ 

CITY'S HWBE GOALS WORTHY, NOT REALISTIC „^ 

EX-WORKER SAYS CITY DODGED CONTRACTS LAW (CORRECTED 5-4-89) 
CITY MAY CUT MINORITY CONTRACT SHARE 

^UBHUUBfUWIi ASTONISHINGLY IRRESPONSIBLE 

COURf'S R mSSTOAL I RULES COULD BOOST MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 
DURHAM REWORKING HIRING QUOTA mMmi 
COUNTY INTERIM GOAL 10X FOR MINORITY CONTRACTS 

MINORITY CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL CONTRACTS „„ 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY BUSINESSES 

CITY'S MWBE GOALS WORTHY, NOT REALISTIC 

GOALS ARE UNREALISTIC „. . „. ^-^ 

Stf^^T^^^nm™ in CAMPUS HILLS.. 

NUMBERS DON'T TALLY n M 

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 

KERCKBOFF'S ASSESSMENT OF MWBE IS CORRECT 

COMBAT REGRETTABLE 

DURHAM'S MINORITY PLAN MAY BE ON SHAKY GROUND 

DURHAM'S MINORITY PLAN MAY BE ON SHAKY GROUND 

DURHAM CAUTIOUS ON ORDINANCE 

FINE-TUNE THE QUOTAS 

THIS WASN'T REAGAN'S REVENGE mrm 

BONDS COULD BE USED FOR CAMPUS HILLS CENTER 

COURT RULING SHOULD FORCE MWBE CHANGE „ 1TmmTrc „. Tur 

CITY COUNCIL TO HOLD MEETING ON BUSINESS ENTERPRISE RULING 

REC CENTER BIDS REJECTED 

COUNCIL REJECTS CAMPUS HILLS BIDS 

C^Y HBnn&SnHBI MINORITY BUSINESSES 

VttR^WXPJKBB Finance on contracts for minority 

MINORITY RULING CASTS PALL OVER ORDINANCES „„„„, 

BILL SEEKS MORE STATE BUSINESS FOR MINORITY-OWNED COMPANIES 

FIRED EMPLOYEE OF CITY CHARGES DISCRIMINATION 

EX-WORKER SAYS CITY DODGED CONTRACTS LAW (CORRECTED 5-4-89) 

PERSON COUNTY ADOPTS GOAL FOR MINORITY CONTRACTS 

CITY TO ACCEPT MORE PARK BIDS 

MINORITY FIRM TO OVERSEE COUNTY COURTHOUSE PROJECT 

APPARENT LOW BIDDER URGES CITY REVIEW OF MWBE STANDARDS 

JUSTICES ARE MEDDLING AGAIN 

CITY MAY CUT MINORITY CONTRACT SHARE 

INTERIM MEASURE CAN EASE MWBE PROBLEMS 

INTERIM SET-ASIDE PLAN APPROVED BY COUNCIL 

CITY OKS INTERIM MINORITY QUOTAS 

SET-ASIDE RULES CHANGE 

MINORITY-WOMEN BUSINESS ENTERPRISE 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, BUSINESSES 
NUMBERS DON'T TALLY 



H 2 5/10/1989 C 
CHH 1 6/04/1989 A 



N 

N L90 



s 


2 1/02/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 5/02/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


s 


2 10/12/1989 A 


1 


N C61 


s 


2 10/14/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/06/1989 A 


5 


L 


H 


2 11/10/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/26/1989 D 


5 


U 


s 


2 12/13/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


S 


2 12/19/1989 A 


1 


N H65 



1/02/1989 
1/06/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/14/1989 
1/17/1989 
1/17/1989 
1/18/1989 
1/18/1989 
1/19/1989 
1/19/1989 
1/21/1989 
1/23/1989 
1/23/1989 
1/24/1989 
1/26/1989 
1/26/1989 
1/27/1989 
1/28/1989 
2/03/1989 C 
2/07/1989 C 
2/07/1989 
2/07/1989 
2/15/1989 
2/15/1989 
2/16/1989 
2/21/1989 
4/19/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/02/1989 
8/09/1989 
8/19/1989 
9/12/1989 
9/21/1989 
10/06/1989 
10/12/1989 
10/14/1989 
10/17/1989 
10/17/1989 
10/19/1989 



E 

E 

N S69 

N H70 

E 

E 

N S69 
M N H70 

N S69 

E 

E 

N H70 

N H65 
P N S69 

E 

E 

N S69 

E 

N S69 

N S69 
P N H70 

E 
P N S69 

N H70 

N A54 
P N H70 

N R53 

N R63 
P N C61 

N H60 
M N C61 

N H65 

N S69 

E 

N C61 

E 

N R63 

N C61 

E 



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N 
P 

CITY COUNCIL IGNORES REALITIES OF BUSINESS S 

CAMPUS HILLS VOTE STIRS BITTER DEBATE S 

KERCKHOFF'S ASSESSMENT OF MWBE IS CORRECT S 

2ND COUNCIL VOTE BACKS CAMPUS HILLS DECISION S 

DURHAM'S MINORITY PLAN MAY BE ON SHAKY GROUND S 

DURHAM'S MINORITY PLAN MAY BE ON SHAKY GROUND S 

QUOTA SHOULD BE 50 PERCENT H 

POWELL? BONDS COULD COVER EXCESS PARK COSTS S 

CITY COUNCIL TO HOLD MEETING ON BUSINESS ENTERPRISE RULING H 

MWBE CONTROVERSY CAN BE OPPORTUNITY S 

CITY REVIEWING ITS ORDINANCE TO AID MINORITY BUSINESSES H 
CONSULTANT TO HELP COUNTY IMPLEMENT ORDINANCE ON CONTRACTS FOR MINORITY H 

MINORITY RULING CASTS PALL OVER ORDINANCES S 

CONTRACT DELAYS MAY COST DURHAM PENALTY S 

NCCU PROFESSOR MAY UORK FOR CITY TO REVIEW ORDINANCE S 

NON-PROFIT AGENCIES OFFICIALS URGE NO CURTAILING OF FUNDS H 

FIRMS FILE AFFIDAVITS AS CITY EYES REVISED JOBS LAW S 

CITY PANEL OKS TRANSIT CONSULTANT S 

CONSTRUCTION FIRM MIGHT SUE CITY FOR DISCOUNTING LOW BID S 

MAKE SENSE, CITY HALL H 

JUSTICES ARE MEDDLING AGAIN H 

INTERIM SET-ASIDE PLAN APPROVED BY COUNCIL H 

CITY OKS INTERIM MINORITY QUOTAS S 

SET-ASIDE RULES CHANGE H 

MINOXIDIL 

SEE ALSO ROGAINE 
UNC PROF: MANY BALDING MEN HAVE ALTERNATIVE 
MEDICATION MAY ALSO HAVE BENEFITS FOR BALDING WOMEN 

MISALLIANCE (PLAY) 

SHAW'S 'MISALLIANCE' NEXT FOR PLAYMAKERS CHH 1 

GRAND MISMATCH) UNC PRESENTS SHAW'S 'MISALLIANCE' CHH 1 

THEATER THERAPY! PLAYMAKERS' GUEST DIRECTOR FINDS IT WORKS... H 2 

PLAYMAKERS* 'MISALLIANCE' IS UPLIFTING MENTAL WORKOUT S 2 

FAULT OF 'MISALLIANCE' LIES NOT IN ITS STARS H 2 

MISCARRIAGE 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 
INSIGHT/THE MISCARRIAGE: IT HELPS TO TALK 

THE MISER (PLAY) 
'THE MISER' 

MISS DURHAM PAGEANT 

MISS DURHAM PAGEANT SET H 

PAGEANT HAS RIGHT FOCUS S 

WIN SOME, LOSE SOME S 

TALENT ON PARADE H 

MISS DURHAM TRIO H 

WINNERS 3 S 

MISS DURHAM SCHOLARSHIP PAGEANT 
SEE MISS DURHAM PAGEANT 

MISS DURHAM/ORANGE COUNTY PAGEANT 

HISS NORTH CAROLINA CROWNEDj DUKE STUDENT 2ND RUNNER-UP 

MISS GREATER DURHAM PAGEANT 
SEE MISS DURHAM PAGEANT 

MISS N.C. PAGEANT 

SEE ALSO N.C. JAYCEES 
MISS NORTH CAROLINA CROWNEDj DUKE STUDENT 2ND RUNNER-UP H 

A THANKS FROM MISS NORTH CAROLINA H 

MISS N.C. NATIONAL TEEN-AGER PAGEANT 
SEE TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 



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1/17/1989 A 
1/18/1989 A 
1/19/1989 A 
1/19/1989 C 
1/23/1989 A 
1/23/1989 A 
1/24/1989 A 
1/27/1989 C 
2/03/1989 C 
2/07/1989 A 
2/15/1989 A 
2/16/1989 A 
2/21/1989 A 
5/16/1989 A 
6/01/1989 A 
6/06/1989 C 
6/06/1989 C 
7/18/1989 A 
9/20/1989 A 
9/25/1989 A 
2 10/06/1989 A 
2 10/17/1989 C 
2 10/17/1989 A 
2 10/19/1989 A 



10 



E 

N H70 
E 

N H70 
N H70 
N H65 
L 

N H70 
N S69 
E 

N S69 
N A54 
N H70 
N C61 
N C61 
N R63 
N C61 
N C61 
N C61 
E 
E 

N R63 
N C61 
E 



S 2 3/27/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 4/25/1989 C 14 N C60 



2/04/1989 A 
2/28/1989 A 
3/02/1989 B 
3/09/1989 D 
3/10/1989 D 



5 P N 

5 P N 

1 P F W66 
4 R R90 

6 P R M31 



H 2 4/09/1989 D 2 U L40 



S 2 2/16/1989 D 7 P P 



8/24/1989 A 

8/25/1989 A 

9/30/1989 C 

10/21/1989 C 

10/23/1989 B 

10/23/1989 C 



N S22 

E 
P P K30 
P P T44 
PPT32 
P P T32 



H 2 7/09/1989 B 1 N 



2 7/09/1989 B 1 N 
1 10/04/1989 C 1 P P K30 



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SEE ALSO HORSES 
THEY'RE NOT HORSING AROUND; LOCAL RESIDENTS UANT TO ORGANIZE... HORSE... 

MISS TEEN-AGE IJURHAM/ORANGE/WAKE CONTEST 
SEE TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 

HISS U.S.A. 

HELLO, MISS USA 
THERE SHE IS 

MISSING CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO CHILD IDENTIFICATION PROGRAMS 
DIVERS JOIN SEARCH FOR MISSING GIRL 
SEARCH CONTINUES FOR 6-YEAR-OLD GIRL 
GIRL'S BODY DISCOVERED IN A CREEK 
GUILFORD GIRL, 6, DROWNED — AUTOPSY 
STUDY LOOKS AT RESPONSE TO MISSING CHILD CASES 

MISSING IN ACTION 

LAOS, U.S. DISCUSS MISSING AMERICANS 
TAR HEEL PERSEVERES IN BID TO FREE VIETNAM MIAS_ 
POW/MIA FLAG WILL BE RAISED SUNDAY IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 
DUKE ATHLETE, FIGHTER PILOT, MIA COMES HOME TO ARLINGTON 



CHH 1 6/26/1989 A 3 P N H90 



THE MISSING LINK 
SEE DUKE UNIV. 



THE MISSING LINK (STUDENT PUBLICATION) 



MISSING PERSONS, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO MISSING PERSONS, ORANGE COUNTY 
POLICE LOG/LOCAL POLICE SEARCH FOR MISSING MAN 

MISSING PERSONS, DURHAM „ _ m „ 

POLICE SEARCHING FOR MAN MISSING MORE THAN 2 WEEKS 

MAN MISSING AFTER QUITTING JOB 

HANDICAPPED MAN MISSING 

MISSING MAN FOUND IN BUTNER HOSPITAL 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN AWAKENED BY BURGLAR 

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

POLICE LOG/MISSING MAN DISCOVERED IN WOOLWORTH 

MISSING PERSONS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO DEBATE 
SEE ALSO PEOPLE ASSISTING VICTIMS 

GASTONIA OFFICIALS SEEK MISSING 10-DAY-OLD GIRL 

PERSON COUNTY MAN REPORTED MISSING 

MAN MISSING 18 DAYS FOUND DEAD 

DISAPPEARANCE OF FORMER DURHAM WOMAN PROBED 

DIVERS JOIN SEARCH FOR BOONE WOMAN 

ASSAILANT'S REMARKS SPUR SEARCH FOR BOONE WOMAN 

PARKWAY AREAS SEARCHED FOR WOMAN FROM BOONE 

BODY FOUND BELIEVED THAT OF JENI GRAY 

MISSING PERSONS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO MISSING PERSONS, CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. 

ENNIS' BODY FOUND NEAR HILLSBOROUGH 

DISCOVERY OF BODY ENDS A 2-YEAR-OLD MYSTERY 

ENNIS' FATHER SAYS FAMILY RELIEVED BODY FINALLY FOUND 

ANNADALE CHARGED IN ENNIS MURDER 

MOTHER POSTS PHOTOS OF MISSING TEEN-AGER 

MISSING HILLSBOROUGH TEENS RETURN 

MISSION AIR 

SEE ALSO EMERGENCY MEDICAL TREATMENT 
DEPUTIES LOCK HANGAR AT MISSION AIR MINISTRIES 

MISSISSIPPI BURNING (FILM) 

CIVIL RIGHTS FILM HISTORY WRAPPED IN TIRED CLICHE 
FARMER*. REDOUBLE EFFORTS TO FIGHT RACISM 

MISSOURI VS. REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES 



H 
S 
H 
H 



2 8/21/1989 B 1 P P K30 
2 8/21/1989 C 1 P P K30 



1/19/1989 B 
1/22/1989 B 
1/23/1989 A 
1/24/1989 B 
4/01/1989 C 



N 
N 
N 
N 

N K65 



2 1/29/1989 B 
2 4/14/1989 A 

1 4/15/1989 C 

2 10/29/1989 B 



3 N 
5 J Oil 
1 D N H60 
1 P U N36 



CHH 1 1/12/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 4/30/1989 B 
H 2 4/30/1989 B 
H 2 7/18/1989 C 
S 2 7/18/1989 A 
H 2 7/19/1989 C 
H 2 9/06/1989 C 
H 2 11/03/1989 C 


4 P N 

5 P N 

4 P N 
3 N 

5 N 

3 P N M51 
1 N S22 


S 2 1/04/1989 A 
H 1 1/14/1989 C 
H 2 1/30/1989 B 
S 2 9/27/1989 B 
H 2 9/28/1989 C 
S 2 10/04/1989 A 
H 2 10/05/1989 C 
H 2 10/10/1989 B 


7 N 
1 N 
1 N P38 
1 N B53 
4 P N 
1 N B53 
1 N 
1 N 


CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 
S 2 1/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/13/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/18/1989 A 


1 P N R63 
1 N 
1 N L90 

1 P N 

2 P N H90 

3 N 



H 2 1/13/1989 A 13 N 



2 2/03/1989 D 3 P R S66 
2 6/18/1989 B 1 P N R63 



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FORCES ON BOTH SIDES PLAN ACTIONS 

MISTLETOE 

SEE ALSO CANCER 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS 

THE SEXIST XMAS BUSS IS BANISHED 

MYSTICAL, MEDICAL MISTLETOE 

MISTRIALS 

SEE ALSO COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY, MISTRIALS 
BREAK-IN TRIAL SHACKLED BY LEG IRONS; JUDGE RULES MISTRIAL.., 
ABORTION PROTEST TRIAL ENDS IN MISTRIAL 
THEY ARE 'CRIMES OF THE HEART' 

MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORP. 

MITSUBISHI EXPANDING IN DURHAM 
CEREMONIAL TREES 

MITSUBISHI INTERNATIONAL 

MITSUBISHI PAYMENT MAY REVIVE DEBATE 

COUNTY BUSINESS POLICY HAS BEEN EFFECTIVE TOOL 

MITSUBISHI SEMICONDUCTOR AMERICA INC. 
SEE ALSO SEMICONDUCTOR 
MITSUBISHI EXPANDING IN DURHAM 
MITSUBISHI SETS DURHAM EXPANSION 

EAST MEETS WEST IN NORTH (CAROLINA); EACH HAS LOT TO LEARN ABOUT OTHER 
COLLECTIVISM, INDIVIDUALISM BUMP 
JAPANESE DIVE INTO U.S. LIFE/RISING SUN IN CAROLINA 
MITSUBISHI TO MAKE GIFT OF $100,000 TO SCHOOLS 
MITSUBISHI GIVES SCHOOLS 1100,000 GIFT 
MITSUBISHI GIFT GIVES BIG BOOST TO EDUCATION 
GAS LEAKS AT MITSUBISHI; HAMLIN RD. RESIDENTS EVACUATED 
MITSUBISHI SEEKS CAUSE OF GAS LEAK 
MITSUBISHI PRAISES EMERGENCY PERSONNEL 
MITSUBISHI PROBING CAUSE OF PLANT FIRE 
THREE MITSUBISHI EMPLOYEES HURT IN CHEMICAL SPILL 
3 MITSUBISHI EMPLOYEES INJURED 
MITSUBISHI TRIO OK AFTER LINE LEAK 
3 MITSUBISHI EMPLOYEES RELEASED AFTER TREATMENT 
U.S., JAPANESE SCHOOLCHILDREN EXCHANGE ARTWORK 
FIRMS BACK FIGHT AGAINST ALCOHOL, DRUGS 
MITSUBISHI CHIPS IN $22,000 TO SUPPORT EDUCATION FUND 
MITSUBISHI FETES NEW WAFER PLANT 
SYMBOLIC TREES 
CEREMONIAL TREES 
$100,000 IN WIRE STOLEN 

MIXED DRINKS 

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

MOBIL OIL CORP, 

NO IMPACT STATEMENT REQUIRED FOR MOBILE'S EXPLORATORY WELL 

STATE TO BE GIVEN CHANCE TO REVIEW MOBIL OIL'S PLAN 

DRILLING DELAY COULD SAVE N.C. COASTLINE 

ALASKA SPILL HOLDS LESSON FOR N.C. 

STATE UNPREPARED TO COPE WITH OIL SPILL, OFFICIAL SAYS 

N.C, MOBIL REACH AGREEMENT ON OFFSHORE DRILLING 

MORE CLOUT OR JUST CLAPTRAP? 

SKINNER SHOULD TAKE SPILL MORE SERIOUSLY 

DON'T TRUST MOBIL WITH ENVIRONMENT 

COMPROMISE PLAN CAN PROTECT N.C. COASTLINE 

MOBIL NEEDS CREDIBILITY IN N.C. 

DON'T SACRIFICE COAST FOR WELLS 

ONE OFFSHORE OIL SPILL EVERY 20 YEARS IS TOO BIG A GAMBLE 

CAUTION THE BEST COURSE ON DRILLING 

MOBILE HOMES 

SEE ALSO MANUFACTURED HOUSING 

SEE ALSO N.C. MANUFACTURED HOUSING INSTITUTE 



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CHH 1 1/05/1989 A 3 P N S17 



2 12/16/1989 A 
2 12/24/1989 E 



4 E 
13 P U 



CHH 1 1/07/1989 A 1 N H90 
H 2 11/03/1989 A 1 N S82 
H 2 11/06/1989 A 4 E 



2 1/27/1989 A 1 N 
2 10/07/1989 C 10 P P S76 



S 2 2/28/1989 A 1 N H65 
S 2 3/02/1989 A 4 E 



1/27/1989 
1/28/1989 
3/20/1989 
3/20/1989 
3/21/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/17/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/14/1989 
8/17/1989 
8/17/1989 
8/17/1989 B 
8/18/1989 A 
8/18/1989 
8/26/1989 
9/25/1989 
10/06/1989 
10/07/1989 
10/07/1989 



11/06/1989 B 



1 

9 P 

1 P 

1 P 

1 P 

1 

1 P 

4 

1 P 

1 P 

3 

3 

1 

9 P 

1 
16 

1 P 

1 P 

1 P 

1 

12 P 
10 P 

1 



N 
N 

Q N36 
Q N36 
Q N36 
N J40 
N S92 
E 

N M51 
N M06 
N M51 
N M06 
N M51 
P T32 
N B53 
N 

N S92 
N H65 
N E33 
N E33 
P S76 
P S76 
N M51 



H 2 


1/06/1989 A 


8 


N 


H 2 


2/04/1989 A 


12 


N 


S 2 


2/18/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


5/01/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


7/15/1989 A 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


7/15/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 2 


7/29/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


7/31/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 2 


8/08/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 2 


9/14/1989 A 


5 


J 


CHH 1 


11/07/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


11/12/1989 A 


3 


U 


CHH 1 


12/06/1989 A 


4 


E 



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SEE ALSO RECREATIONAL VEHICLES _ 
AMERICAN DREAM'S ANSWER A MOBILE HOME? 

GROUP SEEKS WAYS TO SAVE ENERGY IN MOBILE HOMES nmnmT M ____ 
GRANVILLE BOARD DISCUSSES LYON STATION SANITARY DISTRICT POLICIES 
ORANGE CO. TO CONSIDER IMPACT TAX CHANGES 
POLITICAL BID WOULD NOT COST LASSITER BENEFITS 
LET'S RECONSIDER MOBILE HOMES _ 
COUNTY REVAMPS ZONING FOR MOBILE HOMES 
FUEL ERROR PROBED IN FIRE KILLING NINE 

MOBILE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT 

SEE AMBULANCE SERVICE, DURHAM COUNTY 

MOBILE TELEPHONES _ 
SEE ALSO CELLULAR PHONE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, N.C. 
MOBILE PHONES - IN STYLE AND OUT OF LINE 

*** MOST ACTORS IN MOCK TRIAL WILL BE IN FAMILIAR ROLES rApp 
SPECTATORS TO BE JURY IN MOCK TRIAL OF DRUNKEN-DRIVING CASE 
SHS TO COMPETE IN MOOT COURT REGIONALS 

'"lE'SSi ^SCHOOLS, MODEL SCHOOL PROGRAM 

MODEL T'S RESTAURANT _ 

MODEL T'S LOAN COULD STIR DEBATE 
ALDERMAN OK TOWN LOAN FOR MODEL T'S 

MODERN DANCE 

<3T Al cfl DANCE 
THEBLACK TRADITION/MODERN DANCE'S LOST LINE IS RECLAIMED AT THE ADF 
A GHOST, A SAGE, A TREASURE, A DANCER 

MODERN JAZZ QUARTET 
SEE ALSO JAZZ 
MILT JACKSON IS STILL BREAKING THAT MJQ MOLD 
MODERN JAZZ QUARTET 'LAST CONCERT' GAINS NEW INTEREST ON CD 

MOLASSES FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
GET A SWEET TASTE OF COLONIAL LIVING 

MOLECULAR MODELING 

SEE ALSO BIOCHEMISTRY _ _ 
CHEMICAL SOCIETY OFFERS SHORT COURSE 



'COCKTAIL' FOUND UNEXPLODED 



MOLOTOV COCKTAIL 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 
FtJLICE PROBE MOLOTOV BOMB, MAILBOX BLAST ; 
MOLOTOV COCKTAIL FAILURE INVESTIGATED 

MONEY MAGAZINE . „„ „,„„ 

DURHAM RANKS 27TH IN BEST LIVING AREAS 
TRIANGLE TOPS IN NORTH CAROLINA 

MONKS 

TIBETAN SACRED MUSIC, DANCE TO BE PERFORMED BY MONKS 

TIBETAN MONKS TO SING 

BLOWING HORNS _ 

TIBETAN MOWS SHARE CULTURE AT DUKE „„_ i _ r Tn „ TAV _ nAT 

MONASTERY NEAR OXFORD USES PERSONAL COMPUTER TO STAY AFLOAT 

M0N ° C SaENTISTS WORKING ON DEVELOPING FIELD TEST FOR DETECTING PESTICIDE. 



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H 

H 

H 

C* 

H 

H 

S 

H 


2 1/08/1989 F 1 
2 1/17/1989 C 1 
1 3/22/1989 C ! 

1 4/18/1989 A : 

2 6/20/1989 B 1 
2 7/19/1989 A ' 
2 10/10/1989 C 

2 11/20/1989 B 


P N C47 
N K65 
N T33 

L N M20 

L C N R63 

t E 

L N H65 

L N 



CHH 1 7/02/1989 A 4 U 



H 1 1/04/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 2/28/1989 C 3 N 
S 2 4/14/1989 C 1 N B53 



CHN 1 12/18/1989 A 3 P N C62 
CHH 1 12/22/1989 A 1 N C62 



H 2 6/22/1989 B 1 P F M31 
H 2 7/23/1989 E 9 P F M31 



H 2 1/27/1989 D 8 P R S66 
H 2 8/17/1989 B 1 P R S66 



H 2 10/13/1989 D 5 P N W66 



CHH 1 7/25/1989 A 3 N 



S 2 1/09/1989 B 1 N B53 
H 2 1/10/1989 C 6 N 



S 2 8/24/1989 A 1 N H65 
H 2 9/06/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 2/23/1989 B 9 N 

S 2 2/23/1989 D 2 P N B71 

S 2 2/28/1989 A 1 P P S73 

S 2 2/28/1989 B 5 P R B71 

H 2 8/13/1989 B 1 U N36 



H 2 3/29/1989 C 1 N C60 



MONORAIL „ 

TRAIN-TO-PLANE WAY TO GO 



H 2 5/27/1989 A 4 E 



MONTAGNARD 



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KJTH OLD & NEW 




S 2 4/06/1989 D 1 P F B71 



MONTCLAIRE STRING QUARTET 

MONTCLAIRE STRING QUARTET 

MONTESSORI SCHOOLS 

MONTESSORI SCHOOL MOVES 

MONTICELLO 

AS DID JEFFERSON, YOU CAN ESCAPE WORLDLY PRESSURE AT ttONTICELLO 

MONTVALE SUBDIVISION 

WOMAN CHALLENGES CITY'S RIGHT OF EMINENT DOMAIN 

WOMAN WINS 1ST ROUND IN BATTLE OVER SEWER LINE 

FIRM SHIRS SEWER, ENDS CONDEMNATION 

WIDOW'S LAND SAVED FROM CONDEMNATION 

WORK ON MONTVALE SEWER LINES MAY BE COMPLETE NEXT MONTH 

DEVELOPER TO PAY LEGAL COSTS FROM CONDEMNATION DISMISSAL 

DELAY IN PAYING BILL IS POOR CITY SERVICE 

MONUMENTS 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE MONUMENT (PROPOSED) 
SEE ALSO VETERANS' MEMORIAL COMMISSION 

COUNCIL OF STATE SEEKS ACTION ON MONUMENT 

MONUMENT VANDALISM SHOWS SICKNESS OF MIND 

MONUMENT CONTRIBUTION APPROVED 

MOON LANDING 

SEE ALSO ASTRONAUTS 
THE FIRST STEP IN THE HEAVENS 

MEN FROM THE MOON; PBS SHOW PROFILES EX-APOLLO ASTRONAUTS 
JENZANO RECALLS APOLLO 11 CREW AT PLANETARIUM 
20 YEARS LATER, DURHAM STILL REMEMBERS 'EAGLE HAS LANDED' 
MOONSTRUCK AGAIN, AFTER 20 YEARS 
'THE EAGLE HAS LANDED': MEMORIES OF A RARE EVENT 

MOON ROCK 

LUNAR ROCK REVEALS MOON'S MYSTERIES 

MOONLIGHT AND VALENTINO (PLAY) 

NEIL SIMON'S DAUGHTER TO PREVIEW PLAY AT DUKE 

DUKE STANDS TO BENEFIT FROM HOSTING SHOWS 

PARALLa JOURNEYSi "MOONLIGHT AND VALENTINO" AT DUKE 

NO SHOT NEEDED FOR THIS 'BUG' AT DUKE 

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

MOONLIGHT DARK, VALENTINO A BOTHERSOME DISTRACTION IN MS. SIMON'S 



DEBUT 



MOONSHINE 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 
SEE ALSO DISTILLERIES 

WILKIE RECALLS DAYS WITH NAVY, POLICE, ABC ENFORCEMENT 

MOONSHINE STILL SEIZED IN LINCOLN COUNTY 

MOONSHINE POISONING POSSIBLE CAUSE OF TWO RECENT DEATHS PROBED BY ABC 

AUTOPSY: NO ALCOHOL IN 'SHINE DRINKER'S body 

A LOOK BACK/BUSTIN' A STILL 

A LOOK BACK/BUSTING A STILL 

A LOOK BACK/INTOXICATING EXPLOSION 

MOORE COUNTY, N.C. 

MOORE COUNTY CONSIDERS JOINING TRIANGLE J COUNCIL 

MOPED 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 
SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLES 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES STOLEN PROPERTY CHARGE 

BILL WOULD EXPAND HELMET LAW TO MOPED RIDERS 

PANEL BACKS REQUIRING HELMETS FOR MOPED RIDERS 

UNC POLICE EXPECT FEW WILL OBSERVE MOPED HELMET LAW 

SCOOTIN' ALONG 

MOPED HELMET LAW BEGINS IN OCTOBER 



CHH 1 10/16/1989 A 8 P P 
S 2 12/19/1989 A 7 N 
H 2 8/04/1989 D 6 P R M60 



4/12/1989 

4/19/1989 

7/27/1989 

7/28/1989 

11/06/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/09/1989 



1 
1 

12 
1 
1 
1 
4 



H 2 6/07/1989 C 1 
S 2 7/13/1989 A 4 
CHH 1 8/18/1989 A 3 



H 

H 

CHH 

S 

S 

CHH 



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



N S69 
N B53 
N B53 
N S69 
N B53 
N B53 
E 



N L40 

E 

N 



7/20/1989 A 
7/20/1989 B 
7/20/1989 A 
7/20/1989 A 
7/20/1989 D 
7/23/1989 A 



4 

1 P 
1 P 
2 

10 P 
3 P 



E 

R W66 
N L90 
N A76 
I 
U 



CHH 1 7/22/1989 A 3 P N 



1/12/1989 
1/26/1989 
1/27/1989 
2/02/1989 
2/09/1989 
2/16/1989 



1/08/1989 C 
1/12/1989 B 
1/28/1989 C 
2/02/1989 C 
6/29/1989 A 
8/03/1989 A 
8/24/1989 A 



F 

N B71 
F W66 
U B71 
N 
R W66 



U L57 

N 

N P38 

N B53 

P 

P 

P 



H 2 5/12/1989 C 16 N K65 



CHH 1 


3/29/1989 A 


5 N 


H 2 


5/10/1989 A 


9 N 


H 2 


6/08/1989 B 


5 N 


CHH 1 


8/07/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


8/08/1989 A 


7 P P T44 


CHH 1 


9/15/1989 A 


3 N 



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MORAL MAJORITY .„, 

GOODBYE, MORAL (?) MAJORITY (?) _ _ 
MORAL MAJORITY STILL OVERSTATING ITS CASE 

rtQ&ALITY 

'MORALITY' EXHIBIT ADDRESSES ISSUES rvlITBTT 
MORAL ISSUES ARE PROBED IN PAINTINGS FOR EXHIBIT 
LEGISLATORS SPENDING LONG HOURS yRESTLING WITH ISSUES OF MORALITY 

THIN ICE AND MORALITY BILLS 

LAWMAKERS APPROVE MORALITY ISSUES BILLS 
JUGGLING RIGHTS AND MORALITY 

MOREHEAD AVENUE 

SUN BLINDS DRIVERS IN DURHAM PILEUP 
POLICE LOG/ABANDONED CAR, SUN CAUSE PILEUP 

MOREHEAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
SEE MOREHEAD SCHOOL 

MOREHEAD HILLS 

SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO J. J. HENDERSON TOWERS 

SE TRAfHC S CIWION T HELP S pOLICE FIND «20,000 IN STOLEN GOODS 
POLICE SAY THEY CRACK MOREHEAD HILL THEFTS 
RECOVERED PROPERTY AWAITS OWNERS* CLAIMS 
POLICE LINK STOLEN GOODS TO SEVEN BREAK-INS 
3 ADDITIONAL MOREHEAD HILL CHARGES LODGED „, Arww 
DURHAM POLICE PREPARE MORE MOREHEAD HILL BREAK-IN CHARGES 
MORE CHARGES FILED IN BREAK-IN CASES/POLICE LOG 

'^'sEE^I^^i^-CHAPEL HILL MOREHEAD PLANETARIUM 

m fgiS^ f ffn.c.-amL HILL, SCHOLARSHIPS 

MOREHEAD FINALISTS NEAR END OF PROCESS 
FINISH LINE LOOMS FOR 121 SEEKING MOREHEAD AWARDS 
SEVEN STUDENTS IN TRIANGLE WIN MOREHEAD SCHOLARSHIPS 
3 MOREHEAD WINNERS HAVE TIES TO DURHAM 

FtS^IaT&AY FcfSsHLEY EARNHARDT IN HOMETOWN OXFORD 

5 AREA STUDENTS GET MOREHEAD INTERVIEWS 

LOCAL STUDENT AMONG MOREHEAD FINALISTS 

DURHAM, AREA SENIORS MOVE CLOSER TO MOREHEAD AWARDS 

MOREHEAD SCHOOL „ 

CITY SEES NEED FOR MORE SCHOOLS 
AN AUDIENCE WITH THE MAYOR 

g|WJ)UnBKW» ELEKNTARY PRINCIPALS 
MOREHEAD FEAST 
FESTIVE FEAST 
PRIME PATROL 

^PLANNING BOARD GIVES OK TO WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT 
LIMIT WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT 

M0RGfl $10 , WLL S BUY 2-OUNCE CHUNK OF BERLIN WALL AT MORGAN IMPORTS 

CHAPEL HILL MORMONS SELECT NEW BISKOF'RIC 

NEW BISHOP TO SERVE DURHAM CONGREGATION __„ 

UP THE FAMILY TREE; MORMON ARCHIVES OPEN FOR DURHAM GENEALOGISTS 

THE KOSHER MORMON? „ 

A JEW BY BIRTH, A CHRISTIAN BY CHOICE 



H 2 6/14/1989 A 4 
S 2 6/16/1989 A 4 



1/05/1989 D 
1/09/1989 A 
5/02/1989 C 
5/03/1989 A 
6/23/1989 A 
8/28/1989 A 



4 P 
9 P 
2 
4 

10 P 
4 



2 10/23/1989 A 1 
2 10/24/1989 B 1 



N B53 

N N36 



H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 



9/26/1989 B 

9/26/1989 B 

9/27/1989 B 

9/28/1989 C 

10/03/1989 B 

10/05/1989 A 

10/06/1989 C 



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



CHH 1 2/28/1989 A 
S 2 3/03/1989 C 
H 2 3/11/1989 C 
S 2 3/11/1989 C 
H 2 3/18/1989 B 
H 2 3/18/1989 B 
S 2 11/25/1989 C 
CHH 1 12/13/1989 A 
S 2 12/13/1989 B 


5 N 
1 N 

6 N U80 
1 N 

1 P P K30 
1 P N T33 
1 N 
8 N 
1 N 


S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 


2 4/19/1989 G 
2 5/20/1989 A 
2 6/19/1989 B 
2 8/19/1989 C 
2 11/22/1989 C 

1 11/22/1989 C 

2 12/08/1989 C 


8 P F S92 
2 P P S76 
4 N 

1 N C47 

2 P P T37 

1 P P T37 

2 P P T32 


CHH 1 6/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 


1 P N M20 
4 E 


H 


2 12/17/1989 B 


1 U N36 


CHf 

H 

H 

0* 

H 


1 2/02/1989 A 

2 8/05/1989 A 
2 8/15/1989 A 

1 1 9/25/1989 A 
2 11/04/1989 A 


8 N 

9 P N 

6 P F S56 
3 P N S17 
9 N J40 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX B 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



FOR BROADENING EXPERIENCE, TRY A TRIP TO DIABET, HOROCCO 

MORRISVILLE, N.C. 

SURVEY INDICATES SEEMINGLY HIGH CANCER RATE IN AREA 

HORRISVILLE WILL ALLOW HUNTING ON TRACTS OF 2.5 ACRES OR MORE 

OIL LEAKS INTO WELL FROM TANK AT STORE 

MORRISVILLE TEACHER HONORED 

17 MORE HOMES IN MORRISVILLE TO GET BOTTLED DRINKING WATER 

KOPPERS TO EXTEND MORRISVILLE WATER LINE TO SHILOH HOMES 

DURHAM MAN SLAIN IN MORRISVILLE SPAT 

MORRISVILLE, N.C, ANNEXATION 

SHILOH CHURCH SUES OVER WELL-PROTECTION PLAN 

MORRISVILLE, N.C, ORDINANCES 

MORRISVILLE RESCINDS HUNTING RULE 

MORRISVILLE, N.C, WATER AND SEUER LINES 

MORRISVILLE, INSURANCE CO. DEBATE DEBT ON SEWER LINE 

MORRISVILLE, N.C, WATER RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO WATER RESOURCES, N.C 
SHILOH CHURCH SUES OVER WELL-PROTECTION PLAN 
AIRPORT CAUGHT IN MIDDLE OF HQRRISVILLE-CARY PIPE ISSUE 

MORRISVILLE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

MORRISVILLE WILL ALLOW HUNTING ON TRACTS OF 2.5 ACRES OR MORE 
MORRISVILLE RESCINDS HUNTING RULE 

MORTALITY RATES 
SEE DEATH RATE 
SEE INFANT MORTALITY 

MORTGAGE RATES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 
GROWTH PLAN TO TARGET ROLLING HILLS HOME SALES 
BI-WEEKLY MORTGAGE PAYMENT PLAN SAVES OWNERS THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS 
FIRST UNION JOINS LOW-INCOME MORTGAGE EFFORT 

MORTGAGE RATES, N.C 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 
OLD STONE BANK REDUCES RATES ON HOME LOANS 

MORTGAGE RATES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 
HOUSE OKS HIKE IN FHA LOAN LIMITS 

MORTGAGES 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES 

PRICE URGES INVESTIGATION OF LENDERS 

PRICE INTRODUCES HOUSING BILL 

BI-WEEKLY MORTGAGE PAYMENT PLAN SAVES OWNERS THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS 

PRICE PUSHES TO LIMIT HOME LOAN INTEREST 

BANK LOAN EFFORT TARGETS INNER CITY 

BANK WILL GIVE BOOST FOR NEIGHBORHOODS 

RISKY INSURANCE 

MOSLEMS 

SEE MUSLIMS 

MOSQUITOES 

SEE ALSO INSECTS, PESTS 
HEALTH DEPARTMENT GIRDS FOR BATTLE IN SEASONAL MOSQUITO WAR 
NOTICE OF MOSQUITO SPRAYINGS TO BE GIVEN 
NEW SPRAYING POLICY SHOULD EASE CONCERNS 
HEALTH DEPARTMENT TOUR HIGHLIGHTS MOSQUITO, RAT HABITATS 
MOSQUITO SPRAYING OPPOSED 
COUNTY RESIDENTS OPPOSE USING CHEMICAL SPRAY FOR MOSQUITOES 



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1/10/1989 C 
1/11/1989 C 
1/15/1989 B 
2/01/1989 C 
2/10/1989 C 
2/15/1989 C 
10/12/1989 C 



H 2 7/08/1989 C 
H 2 4/11/1989 C 
H 2 3/24/1989 C 



2 7/08/1989 C 
2 9/21/1989 C 



1/11/1989 C 
4/11/1989 C 



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



1/30/1989 
2/06/1989 
7/09/1989 
9/09/1989 
9/22/1989 
9/25/1999 
11/07/1989 



N P41 
N P41 
N P41 
N 

N R53 
N P41 
N B53 



1 N K65 
6 N P41 
1 N P41 



1 N K65 

2 N K65 



N P41 
N P41 



S 2 1/07/1989 A 1 M N H70 
H 2 7/09/1989 F 1 C N C47 
S 2 12/09/1989 C 1 N E33 



H 2 12/02/1989 C 1 N R63 



CHH 1 10/27/1989 A 3 N 



N M25 

N 

N C47 

N 

N 

E 

E 



H 


2 


3/06/1989 C 


I N A54 


S 


2 


3/31/1989 A 


I N H65 


S 


2 


4/03/1989 A i 


t E 


H 


2 


4/12/1989 C 


I N A54 


H 


2 


5/17/1989 C 


t N C60 


S 


2 


5/17/1989 B 


t P N H65 



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MOSQUITO MAR NEEDS PEOPLE, NOT CHEMICALS 

TOWN PLANS TO ATTACK MOSQUITO PROBLEM 

MOSQUITO SPRAYING SCHEDULED 

PLAIN LANGUAGE NEEDED 

SOME RESIDENTS OUT FOR BLOOD ON MOSQUITO SPRAYING 

MOSQUITO SPRAYING STILL STINGS RESIDENTS 

MALATHION SPRAYING FOR MOSQUITOES SUSPENDED IN CITY 

BOARD HALTS MALATHION SPRAYING 

MOTELS, DURHAM 

ocv aj cn LM1TFI ^ DUPHAH 

OPERATOR OF MOTELS TO ASK COMMISSIONERS FOR RELIEF FROM TAX PENALTIES 
MARRIOTT TO BUILD RTP RESIDENCE INN 

^^OENUroD ELEMENTARY OFFICIALS UORRIED ABOUT PROPOSED MOTEL 

^^^"aUB^ STRUGGLE IN ENTHRALLING LOSING CAJSE H 



^MOTHER HICKS' IS AN EDUCATION FOR DIRECTOR 
'MOTHER HICKS' 
MOTHER HICKS TAKES BOLD STEP 

■ yum CCC PI AY 

SPIRITED NCCU CAST BREATHES LIFE INTO 'MOTHER HICKS' 

MOTHERS 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, CAREERS 

FEARFUL UNCERTAINTY A PARENT'S JOB 

MOTHER OF DURHAM YOUTH WITH LEGAL WOES GOES TO JAIL 

MOTHER RELEASED FROM JAIL; TELLS JUDGE SHE WILL COOPERATE 

COURT-ORDERED MOTHERLY LOVE 

MOTHER HELD IN LOUISBURG SLAYINGS 

MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNKEN DRIVING (MADD) 
SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 
SEE ALSO STUDENTS AGAINST DRUNKEN DRIVING (SADD) 

FORUM ON DRUNKEN DRIVING m ,„ rnk , 

LOWER DWI THRESHOLD NOT BEST N.C, SOLUTION 

MOTHERS &INGTDKUN( DRIVING ANNOUNCES... TREVOR HAMPTON <AD) 

POLICE CHIEF TELLS MADD THERE WAS NO COVER-UP 

HAMPTON DEFENDS ACTIONS 

DON'T TAKE IT OUT ON MADD 

MADD PLANS '89 CAMPAIGN 

TIE ONE ON FOR SAFETY 

CAR DEALER GROUP PULLS TV AD AFTER MADD'S ANGRY PROTEST 

'TIE ONE ON' FOR SAFER HIGHWAYS 

MOTHER'S DAY 

MOTHER GETS WEEK, NOT JUST A DAY 

GOLD MEDAL MOMS (SPECIAL SECTION) _ wmm 

FOOD, LODGING BUSINESSES HAVING SELLOUT WEEKEND 

SHELTER FOR BATTERED WOMEN-A SECRET SANCTUARY 

A TRIBUTE ON MOTHER'S DAY; RECALLING THE 'FOUR ROSES' 

MOTHER'S MILK 

SEE BREAST FEEDING 

MOTHERS OF THE YEAR, CHAPEL HILL 

MOTHERS OF THE YEAR IN ORANGE COUNTY 

MOTHERS OF THE YEAR, NAACP 

SEE ALSO NAACP, DURHAM CHAPTER 

MOTHER OF THE YEAR CONTESTANTS „._™ 

LINCOLN TO BE THE SPEAKER AT NAACP BANQUET FOR MOTHERS 

MOTHERS WITHOUT CUSTODY 



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H 

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H 

S 

H 

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2 

1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


6/04/1989 B 
7/12/1989 A 
7/19/1989 C 
7/20/1989 A 
7/21/1989 C 
7/25/1989 A 
7/26/1989 C 
7/26/1989 A 


1 
3 
1 
4 

1 
1 

1 
1 


N C60 
N 

N C60 
E 

N C60 
N H65 
N C60 
N H65 


H 
S 


2 
2 


3/12/1989 B 
7/18/1989 A 


5 N A54 

1 M N C61 



CHH 1 2/10/1989 A 1 N M70 
2 10/17/1989 A 6 P R M31 



4/10/1989 A 
4/13/1989 D 
4/15/1989 C 
4/15/1989 A 
4/20/1989 D 



P F P10 
P P S73 

R M60 
P P K30 

R 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 3/25/1989 A 
2 10/18/1989 A 
2 10/20/1989 C 
2 10/25/1989 A 
2 11/17/1989 A 


4 E 
1 P N S82 
1 N S82 
4 E 
1 N 


H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/26/1989 A 
2 3/09/1989 A 
2 5/10/1989 C 
2 5/12/1989 A 
2 5/12/1989 A 
2 6/08/1989 A 
2 11/17/1989 C 
2 11/22/1989 C 
2 11/29/1989 C 
2 12/19/1989 A 


4 E 
4 E 
12 A 
1 P N N36 

1 P N H65 
4 E 

4 N 

2 P P R56 
1 N C60 
4 E 


CHH 1 5/04/1989 A 
H 2 5/09/1989 D 
H 2 5/14/1989 B 
H 2 5/14/1989 B 
H 2 5/14/1989 E 


3 N 

1 P F 
1 N S69 

1 N P38 

2 P U L57 



CHH 1 5/14/1989 A 9 P F 



S 2 5/02/1989 B 2 P P 
CHH 1 5/07/1989 A 12 N 



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SEE ALSO CHILD CUSTODY 
GROUPS FIGHTING FOR CHILD CUSTODY CHANGES 

MOTION PICTURES 
SEE FILM INDUSTRY 

MOTOR VECHICLE FORFEITURES 

SEE ALSO POLICE, N.C., CONFISCATED MATERIAL 
FORFEITURE OF VEHICLES WEAPON AGAINST DWI 

MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTIONS 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 
IN DURHAM STATIONS MAY DROP CAR CHECKS 

MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 

SEE ALSO AUTO REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, PROPERTY TAXES 

SEE ALSO LICENSE PLATES 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTIONS 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY TAXES, N.C. 

HALF OF HILLSBOROUGH STILL NEEDS A STICKER 

TOWN EXTENDS CAR STICKER DEADLINE 

MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, PROPERTY TAXES 
SEE ALSO LICENSE PLATES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 
SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

BILL WOULD LIFT SALES TAX CAP ON VEHICLES 

PANEL KILLS BILL TO EXTEND PESTICIDE SPRAYING BUFFERS 

HOUSE LEADERS REVISE HIGHWAY FINANCING PACKAGE 

VOTE DUE ON $8.6 BILLION ROADS BILL 

HOUSE GIVES HIGHWAY BILL PRELIMINARY GREEN LIGHT 

PANEL VOTES AGAINST REFERENDUM ON HIGHWAY PROGRAM 

ROYALL HITS BRAKES ON TRANSIT BILL 

ROYALL WILL SEEK MONEY FOR TRANSIT AUTHORITY 

SEN. ROYALL ON COURSE 

COMPROMISE MEANS FEWER FEE INCREASES FOR N.C. MOTORISTS 

TRIANGLE VEHICLE TAX COLLECTORS NOW CATCHING AREA EVADERS 

RAIN SLOWS RUSH TO BEAT AUTO SALES TAX HIKE 

6,000 RISKING TAX FINE 

MOTORCYCLE DEATHS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, MOTORCYCLE 
MAN DIES AFTER CYCLE ACCIDENT 
PREACHER DIES IN MOTORCYCLE WRECK 

MOTORCYCLE RACING 

MATTHEWS MAKES NOISE IN MOTORCYCLE RACING CIRCUIT 

MOTORCYCLES 

SEE ALSO DIRT BIKES 
SEE ALSO HELMETS 

HELMET LAW REPEAL DRAWS LITTLE SUPPORT 

HICKS TAKES TO ROAD IN STYLE 

SPANKING BAN PILOT PROGRAM NARROWLY SURVIVES VOTE 

BILL CALLS FOR VOTE ON HIGHER TOBACCO PROMOTION FEE 

HOUSE VOTES TO ENACT CHANGES IN HELMET LAW 

LEGISLATORS RAP 'CREATIVE FINANCING' ON SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND 

MOTORCYCLES, THEFTS 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, THEFTS 
ARREST MADE AFTER MOTORCYCLE CHASE 

MOUNT, WHITE, KING, HUTSON, WALKER AND CARDEN 
TWO DURHAM LAW FIRMS PLAN MERGER 



CHH 1 4/16/1989 A 1 P N H90 



S 2 10/16/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 11/13/1989 A 1 N E33 



CHH 1 2/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 2/17/1989 A 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 



2/22/1989 D 
4/26/1989 D 
5/20/1989 B 
5/31/1989 A 
6/01/1989 
6/07/1989 
7/07/1989 
7/08/1989 
7/09/1989 
7/23/1989 B 
8/12/1989 A 
10/01/1989 A 
12/30/1989 A 



N R63 
N 



4 N R53 
9 N 

5 N 

1 C N L40 
1 M N L40 



N 

N L40 
N L40 
E 
N L40 

N S22 
N C62 
N M20 



CHH 1 4/21/1989 A 3 N 
H 2 5/31/1989 D 10 N 



S 2 9/19/1989 D 4 P F A76 



4/27/1989 B 
5/23/1989 A 
6/01/1989 B 
6/14/1989 A 
8/01/1989 B 
8/03/1989 B 



N 
P F G59 

N 

N 

N 
C N 



H 2 3/28/1989 C 6 N 
H 2 5/21/1989 B 7 N R63 



MOUNT AIRY, N.C. 



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ASSEMBLY ACCIDENTALLY WIPES OUT MOUNT AIRY 
MAYBERRY STILL A MYTH 

■■^XWT BRIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH 

COMING HOME TO HISTORY; HILLSBOROUGH CHURCH ENTERS 123RD YEAR 

NT. CARMEL CHURCH ROAD (ORANGE COUNTY, N.C.) 
BOARD MAY SUE STEEL COMPANY 

MOUNT MITCHELL _ „ 

N.C. HERITAGE RIDES ON CLEAR AIR ACT 

MOUNT MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH 
ALL IN A STEM 

MOUNT RLBHMORE NATIONAL MEMORIAL _ 
REAGAN DOESN'T RANK UITH GREAT LEADERS 

MOUNT SYLVAN DAY CARE CENTER 
CARRINGTON STORYTELLERS 

MOUNT SYLVAN RURITAN CLUB 
NEW OFFICERS 
MUSIC MAKER, NEW OFFICERS 

MT. ZION CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 

CHURCHES SHOW UNITY IN MARCH 

MOUNTAIN VOICES (BOOK) . 

N.C. MOUNTAIN BOOK "RINGS TRUE" 

MOUNTAIN WAREHOUSE _ 

FOOD CO-OP MOVING TO NEW WAREHOUSE 

MOURNING 

SEE ALSO DEATH 
RELIGION, FAMILY AFFECT SURVIVOR REACTION TO SUICIDE 

m ' ^K t ^BU±ETS S HIT TUO MEN IN LOUNGE PARKING LOT (CORRECTED 9-15-89) H 2 10/1989 

CLEARING THE RECORD H 2 9/16/1989 A 2 N 

■*E> rjTTj 

'MR, DID'S' MAGICIAN FRIEND SAYS MAKE TRASH DISAPPEAR 

m ' S CWUTERIZED SIGN COMPANY POSSIBLY SIGN OF CHANGING TIMES 

WfD P1PPY PRESS 

MUD PUPPY PRESS OWNER WANTS BOOKS TO 'OUTLIVE US' 

MUFFINS 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
MUFFIN CONTEST PROVES HEALTHY CAN BE TASTY 

MUGGINGS 

SEE ASSAULTS, DURHAM 
SEE ASSAULTS, N.C. 

MUIRHEAD PLAZA 
HOT LUNCH 



CHH 1 8/19/1989 A 1 P N H90 

CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 3 N M20 

CHH 1 11/16/1989 A 4 E 

CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 9 P P L38 

S 2 5/20/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 3/20/1989 A 3 P P H66 



S 2 1/12/1989 A 2 P P T44 
S 2 12/13/1989 C 8 P P K30 



H 2 3/31/1989 A 9 P N S69 

H 2 11/26/1989 D 3 P R H45 

H 2 5/11/1989 D 5 N 

S 2 6/02/1989 C 1 N 



MJLES 

WHEN DUTY CALLS, BABE AND BECK PROUD TO SERVE 

rtJLLET _ 

MULLET, A CAROLINA SPECIALTY 

MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BOARD OF REALTORS 



H 2 7/28/1989 C 1 P N R60 

H 2 2/07/1989 C 1 N K65 

CHH 1 12/17/1989 A 11 N 

S 2 11/01/1989 C 1 P F S27 

S 2 2/02/1989 C 1 P P T37 

H 2 10/05/1989 B 1 P U M88 

H 2 10/11/1989 B 1 P F 



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SUBJECTS 



TRIANGLE REALTORS TO SHARE LISTINGS 
HOMEBUYERS GET ACCESS TO ONE-STOP SHOPPING 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS FAILED TO PREVENT HER ACHIEVEMENTS 
'SHARED VISIONS' 

MUPPETS 

...JIM HENSON'S MUPPET TRAFFIC SHOW AT NORTHGATE MALL. 
MONEY DRIVES ENTERTAINMENT 

MURDER, CARRBORO 

POLICE ARREST KILLING SUSPECT 

CARRBORO MURDER SUSPECT ORDERED HELD WITHOUT BOND 

MURDER SUSPECT CHARGED AGAIN 

EDWARDS ADMITS KILLING, OFFICERS SAY; CLAIMS SELF DEFENSE... 

EDWARDS TO GET NEW LAWYER 

MURDER, CHATHAM COUNTY 

CHATHAM MAN PLEADS GUILTY IN BURN DEATH 

MURDER, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. , MURDER 

MURDER IN 1988 — DOWN IN CITY, UP IN COUNTY 

JUDGE MOVES STAGER TRIAL TO LEE COUNTY 

MURDER CASE OPENS WITH TIGHT SECURITY 

STAGER'S TRIAL TO BE MOVED TO LEE COUNTY 

THREATS SPUR SECURITY MEASURES AS JURY PICKED FOR MURDER TRIAL 

STAGER DEFENSE LOSES BID TO BLOCK EVIDENCE ON 1ST HUSBAND'S DEATH 

2 JURORS SEATED IN FAUCETTE MURDER TRIAL; SECURITY TIGHT 
JURY TO HEAR EVIDENCE ON DEATH OF MRS. STAGER'S FIRST HUSBAND 
FOUR JURORS SEATED IN FAUCETTE TRIAL 

SIXTH JUROR SEATED FOR MURDER TRIAL 

NINE JURORS SEATED FOR FAUCETTE MURDER TRIAL 

3 YOUTHS INDICTED IN DEATH OF STUDENT 

VICTIM'S SON SAYS FAUCETTE COOLLY SHOT MOM IN BACK 

OFFICER FOUND CHILD IN CORNER OF SLAIN MOTHER'S BEDROOM 

8-YEAR-OLD SON TELLS OF MOM'S SLAYING 

STATE RESTS CASE IN FAUCETTE TRIAL WITH 'CONFESSION' 

ACCUSED MURDERER SAYS HE THOUGHT WOMAN WAS GETTING GUN 

FAUCETTE TESTIFIES HE DIDN'T MEAN TO SHOOT WOMAN 

JUDGE BRIEFS MURDER JURY AS LAWYERS END ARGUMENTS 

JURY CONVICTS FAUCETTE OF FIRST-DEGREE MURDER 

WITNESSES: FAUCETTE MURDER CHARGE 'SHOCKING' 

CONVICTED MURDERER CALLED NON-VIOLENT YOUTH; CHURCH MAN 

DA SAYS VICTIM WAS 'MENTALLY TORTURED* 

DEFENSE LAWYER ASKS JURY TO MAKE FAUCETTE LIVE WITH HIS MEMORIES 

DELIBERATIONS BEGIN MONDAY IN MURDER TRIAL 

JURORS START MULLING MAN'S MURDER SENTENCE 

JURY STILL DELIBERATING SENTENCE FOR MURDER 

FAUCETTE JURY DEADLOCKS OVER LIFE OR DEATH DECISION 

FAUCETTE TRIAL JURY SPLIT ON QUESTION OF LIFE OR DEATH 

JURY STILL PONDERS FAUCETTE'S FATE 

FAUCETTE GETS LIFE FOR MURDER; 15 YEARS TACKED ON BY JUDGE FOR BURGLARY 

JURY GIVES FAUCETTE LIFE FOR KILLING EX-GIRLFRIEND 

POPE LAWYERS TO ARGUE AGAINST 2ND DEATH SENTENCE 

KILLER SENTENCED TO 15 YEARS 

WOMAN INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGE 

LAWYER ASKS TO WITHDRAW FROM STAGER MURDER CASE 

STATE OFFERS REWARD IN DURHAM MURDER 

JURY RETURNS INDICTMENTS FOR MURDER, MANSLAUGHTER 

DURHAM MAN GIVEN 25-YEAR SENTENCE IN 1988 SHOOTING 

18-YEAR-OLD GETS LIFE PRISON SENTENCE FOR MURDER 

2ND DEFENSE LAWYER NAMED FOR MRS. STAGER'S MURDER TRIAL 

2ND LAWYER IS APPOINTED TO DEFEND BARBARA STAGER 

DURHAM MURDER MAY BE RETRIED 

DURHAM MAN SHOT TO DEATH 

DURHAM POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH OWEN STREET SHOOTING DEATH 

MAN GIVEN 3-YEAR TERM IN MURDER CASE 



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2 8/20/1989 F 



6/14/1989 C 
9/14/1989 D 



1 N S78 
1 N C60 



1 P N Bll 
7 P P T37 



S 2 4/29/1989 A 5 P P T37 
S 2 8/30/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 


1/01/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


1/04/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


1/07/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


1/26/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


7/07/1989 A 


3 


N 



CHH 1 11/01/1989 A 3 P N H90 



H 


2 


1/02/1989 B 


1 N M51 


S 


2 


1/03/1989 A 


1 N B53 


S 


2 


1/03/1989 B 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/04/1989 A 


1 N S82 


H 


2 


1/04/1989 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


1/04/1989 A 


1 N B53 


S 


2 


1/04/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/05/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/05/1989 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


1/06/1989 B 


10 N 


H 


2 


1/07/1989 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/10/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/12/1989 C 


1 N S32 


S 


2 


1/12/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/13/1989 C 


1 N S82 


H 


2 


1/14/1989 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


1/17/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


1/18/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/19/1989 C 


1 N S32 


S 


2 


1/19/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


1/20/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/21/1989 B 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


1/21/1989 A 


2 N B53 


S 


2 


1/23/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/24/1989 B 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


1/24/1989 A 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


1/25/1989 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/26/1989 A 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


1/26/1989 C 


1 N B53 


S 


2 


1/30/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


2/03/1989 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


2/07/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 C 


4 N S82 


S 


2 


2/20/1989 A 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


2/21/1989 B 


12 N S82 


H 


2 


2/21/1989 B 


12 N 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 C 


1 N S82 


H 


2 


3/16/1989 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


3/16/1989 C 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 


3/27/1989 A 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


3/27/1989 A 


13 N 


S 


2 


3/27/1989 A 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


3/28/1989 C 


1 N 



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12/31/1989 



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PAGE 712 
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MAN FACES CHARGE IN FATAL SHOOTING; VICTIM IDENTIFIED 

TEEN'S PLEA BARGAIN GETS HIM 50 YEARS 

19-YEAR-OLD GETS 50 YEARS FOR BEATING DEATH 

YOUTH GETS 3 YEARS FOR ROLE IN MURDER 

ACCESSORY IN KILLING GETS 3 YEARS _ 

MAN FACING MURDER CHARGE TRANSFERRED TO CENTRAL PRISON 

GRAND JURY RETURNS MURDER INDICTMENT 

MRS. STAGER MAKES UNEXPLAINED COURT APPEARANCE 

WOMAN SHOT TO DEATH, APPARENTLY BY THIEVES 

DEPUTIES IDENTIFY SLAIN WOMAN 

SLAIN WOMAN'S IDENTITY GIVEN 

INVESTIGATORS SEEK CLUES IN MURDER 

STAGER'S LAWYERS WRANGLE OVER TAPE 

•DAMAGING' TAPE REVEALED IN STAGER TRIAL; JUDGE WITHHOLDS RULING... 

JURY SELECTION ENTERS 1ST DAY IN STAGER TRIAL 

5 JURORS PICKED FOR STAGER TRIAL 

JURY INDICTS MAN IN SHOOTING DEATH 

NINE JURORS PICKED FOR STAGER TRIAL 

JURY SEATED TO HEAR MRS. STAGER'S MURDER TRIAL 

EVIDENCE BEGINS TODAY IN MRS. STAGER'S MURDER TRIAL 

MRS. STAGER SAYS SHE WAS AFRAID OF GUNS 

JURY VIEWS VIDEOTAPE IN STAGER MURDER TRIAL 

GUN 2 FEET AWAY WHEN STAGER SHOT „ „,„,, 

PROSECUTOR EXAMINES STAGER FINANCES TO 'SHOW LACK OF ACCIDENT' IN DEATH 

SBI AGENT: MRS. STAGER FORGED HUSBAND'S NAME 

JURY TO HEAR ABOUT FIRST HUSBAND'S DEATH _ m _„ 

JUDGE ALLOWS '78 DEATH TESTIMONY) CREU QUESTONS MRS. STAGER'S... 

STAGER TRIALJ HANDGUNS THAT KILLED DEFENDANT'S 2 HUSBANDS WERE... 

STUDENT TELLS OF FINDING TAPE BY SLAIN DURHAM HIGH COACH 

TAPE SAID TO BE STAGER'S PLAYED AT MURDER TRIAL 

TRIAL TAPE RECOUNTS HUSBAND'S SUSPICION 

L&M OFFERS REWARD FOR TIPS ON MURDER 

JUDGE SAYS STAGER JURY CAN HEAR TAPE RECORDING 

STATE RESTS ITS CASE AGAINST MRS. STAGER AFTER JURORS LISTEN TO TAPE... 

JUDGE INSTRUCTS STAGER JURORS 

STAGER TRIAL! THE CLOSING ARGUMENTS 

MRS. STAGER GUILTY OF MURDER 

BENCH TALK 

MRS. STAGER CONVICTED OF MURDER 

17 TESTIFY FOR MRS. STAGER; JUDGE INSTRUCTS JURY TOMORROW 

STAGER TRIAL JURORS TO DELIBERATE DEATH, LIFE IMPRISONMENT TODAY 

DELIBERATING STAGER JURORS SEEK LIFE-TERM CLARIFICATION „,„„„,, 

JURY SAYS DEATH FOR MRS. STAGER; INVESTIGATORS, DA LAUDED FOR OUTCOME 

JURY SAYS DEATH FOR MRS. STAGER, INVESTIGATORS, DA LAUDED FOR OUTCOME 

JURY ACCEPTS MURDER WAS FOR MONEY „„«..,. „ m 

MRS. STAGER WAS WRITING NOVEL BASED ON FIRST HUSBAND'S DEATH 

STAGER GETS DEATH; LAWYERS VOW FIGHT 

EVIDENCE ABOUT FIRST HUSBAND COULD OVERTURN STAGER VERDICT 

AN EPILOGUE: FRIEND SAYS MRS. STAGER HELPS OTHERS BE STRONG 

AN EPILOGUE: FAMILY MARKS A 42ND BIRTHDAY WITH MEMORIES 

JUDGMENT ON APPEAL 

FAMILY, FRIENDS FONDLY RECALL STAGER MEMORIES 

DETECTIVES TO REVIEW FORD DEATH EVIDENCE 

MAN IS SLAIN; 2 ARE CHARGED 

MRS. STAGER'S BROTHER WANTS CUSTODY OF HER SON 

REWARD INCREASES IN SHERRON DEATH 

REWARDS OFFERED IN SLAYING 

TRIAL TO BEGIN MONDAY IN NCCU STUDENT'S DEATH 

JUDGE DENIES TRIAL MOTIONS 

witnesses: TEET TALKED OF SLAYING . _ 

TEET GETS LIFE SENTENCE IN SLAYING OF NCCU STUDENT BULLOCK 

POLICE HOLD MAN, SEEK 2ND IN MURDER 

ARREST MADE IN STABBING DEATH 

DURHAM POLICE SEEK 2ND MAN IN SLAYING 

POLICE CHARGE 2ND MAN IN FATAL STABBING 

POLICE ARREST SECOND MAN IN STABBING DEATH 

BROTHERS INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGE 

BULLETS SPRAY MAN IN GEER ST. HOUSE; THREE OTTERS HELD 

BULLETS SPRAY MAN IN GEER ST, HOUSE; THREE OTHERS HELD 

BONDS SET FOR THREE MEN IN TUESDAY'S MULTIPLE-SHOOTING DEATH 



N 
P 

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



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



3/28/1989 D 

4/05/1989 A 

4/06/1989 C 

4/06/1989 C 

4/07/1989 B 

4/14/1989 C 

4/18/1989 B 

4/25/1989 C 

4/25/1989 

4/25/1989 

4/26/1989 

4/26/1989 

5/01/1989 

5/02/1989 

5/02/1989 

5/03/1989 

5/03/1989 

5/04/1989 

5/05/1989 

5/08/1989 

5/08/1989 

5/09/1989 

5/09/1989 

5/10/1989 

5/10/1989 

5/11/1989 

5/11/1989 

5/12/1989 

5/12/1989 

5/13/1989 

5/13/1989 

5/13/1989 

5/15/1989 

5/16/1989 

5/16/1989 

5/17/1989 

5/17/1989 

5/17/1989 B 

5/18/1989 A 

5/18/1989 

5/19/1989 

5/19/1989 

5/20/1989 

5/20/1989 

5/20/1989 

5/20/1989 

5/20/1989 

5/21/1989 

5/23/1989 

5/23/1989 

5/23/1989 

5/23/1989 

5/24/1989 

5/26/1989 

5/31/1989 

5/31/1989 

6/02/1989 

6/03/1989 

6/05/1989 

6/07/1989 

6/08/1989 

6/12/1989 

6/13/1989 

6/13/1989 

6/15/1989 

6/16/1989 

7/11/1989 B 

7/12/1989 C 

7/12/1989 C 

7/14/1989 C 



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



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

c 

A 
C 
C 



13 



12 



N 

N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N 
N 
N 

N S82 
N 

N B53 
N 

N B53 

P N B53 

P N S82 

P N B53 

N S82 

N B53 

N 

N 582 

N S82 

N B53 

P N S82 

N B53 

P N S82 

P N B53 

N S82 

N B53 

P N S82 

P N B53 

N S82 

P N B53 

N 

N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S32 
H B53 
P L38 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N R63 
N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N R63 
N S82 
N S82 
E 

N F53 
N B53 
N 
N 

N B53 
N 

N B53 
N 

N S82 
N S82 
N B53 
N 

N B53 
N B53 
N 
N 

N M51 
N S82 
N 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



APPEALS COURT RULING VALIDATES USE OF 'JAILHOUSE INFORMANTS* H 

2 MEN INDICTED FOR MURDER H 

SHERIFF'S DETECTIVE TO DISCUSS MURDER CASE ON TV H 

THREE INDICTED IN MURDER CASE H 

MAN FOUND DEAD NEAR CITY PARK S 

RESIDENTS' AID LAUDED IN ARRESTS FOR MURDER S 

WOMAN PLEADS GUILTY IN BOYFRIEND'S FATAL SHOOTING, GETS 10-YEAR TERM H 

DURHAM WOMAN FOUND SLAIN AT HOME H 

POLICE SEEK AUTOMOBILE LINKED TO KIRK MURDER S 

SLAIN DURHAM WOMAN WAS STABBED TO DEATH H 

NEIGHBORS SHOCKED, FRIGHTENED H 

MRS. KIRK STABBED, POLICE SAY S 

FRIENDS REMEMBER CYNTHIA J. KIRK S 

MOTIVE IN MURDER BAFFLING TO POLICE H 

KIRK PROBE CONTINUES S 

murder: THE UNLIKELY INTRUDER H 

HUNDREDS OF CALLS FAIL TO PRODUCE LEAD IN SLAYING H 

LIGGETT & MYERS OFFERS $5,000 REWARD IN WORKER'S MURDER S 

POLICE HAVE NO SUSPECT IN KIRK CASE H 

POLICE SKETCH KIRK SUSPECT S 

DRAWING OF KIRK SUSPECT RELEASED H 

JOHNSON DRAWS LIFE-PLUS-^O TERM AFTER GUILTY PLEA IN STABBING DEATH H 
DURHAM MAN GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE IN BEATING DEATH OF LEUKEMIA VICTIM H 

POLICES MRS. KIRK NOT KILLED BY MANIAC S 

POLICE! AMERICAN VILLAGE SLAYING PROBABLY NOT RANDOM ACT H 

JUSTICE ISN'T BLIND IN DURHAM COUNTY S 

'EXPERTS' ABORT JUSTICE H 

POLICE CIRCULATE POSTER IN KIRK MURDER H 

NEW TECHNIQUES HELP SOLVE DURHAM CRIMES S 

RETRIAL FOR BROWN STIRS MANY EMOTIONS H 

IN-LAW SLAYING CHARGED H 

• POLICE SAY DURHAM MAN STRANGLED HIS SISTER-IN-LAW S 

MURDER PLEA NETS 30 YEARS H 

POLICE LOG/BOYFRIEND ARRESTED IN SLAYING H 

POLICE STILL SEEKING CLUES IN KIRK DEATH S 
A GOOD LIFE SHATTERED/HUSBAND REBUILDS LIFE ON PIECES OF UNSOLVED MYSTER H 

DURHAM DETECTIVES HOT ON TRACELESS TRAIL H 

MERRITT GETS 20-YEAR TERM FOR JUNE STABBING DEATH H 

STATE ADDS $5,000 REWARD IN KIRK CASE H 

MAN, 46, SLAIN IN HOME H 

'POSSIBLE MOTIVE' SEEN IN SLAYING S 

POLICE SAY MONK STABBED TO DEATH H 

WILSON MAN, 32, CHARGED IN KNIFE SLAYING OF MONK H 

MAN FOUND SLAIN ON SEDGEFIELD ST. S 

ALAMANCE WOMAN IS SHOT TO DEATH H 

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

DEAD MAN'S FRIEND HELD IN SHOOTING S 

DURHAM MAN SAYS SHOOTING ACCIDENT H 

MURDER, DURHAM, UNSOLVED CASES 

KIRK REWARDS REACH $36,200 H 

MURDER, INTERNATIONAL 

SLAYINGS MAY HELP REDUCE COCAINE DEATHS S 

MURDER, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA MURDER MYSTERIES 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, MURDER 

SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 

SEE ALSO LIFE SENTENCES 

SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 

OFF-DUTY LEE DEPUTY SHOT BEAD IN GUILFORD H 

FINDING JOB COST MAN, 26, HIS LIFE H 

COURT OVERTURNS MURDER CONVICTION H 

GRANVILLE MAN SHOT TO DEATH; WOMAN CHARGED H 

VANCE MAN HELD IN STABBING DEATH H 

CONVICTED KILLER NOW FIGHTING FOR LIFE H 
BLEEDING MAN STAGGERS INTO TOWN HALL; EX-GIRLFRIEND FOUND SHOT DEAD... H 

STORE CLERK FOUND STABBED TO DEATH H 



E 
D 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2. 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



-DATE- 



S 
E 

C -PG 



7/19/1989 

7/20/1989 

7/26/1989 

7/26/1989 

8/08/1989 

8/15/1989 

8/16/1989 B 

8/19/1989 C 

8/22/1989 

8/22/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/24/1989 

8/24/1989 

8/25/1989 

8/25/1989 

8/25/1989 

8/31/1989 

9/01/1989 

9/02/1989 

9/06/1989 B 

9/12/1989 A 

9/12/1989 

9/13/1989 

9/13/1989 

9/18/1989 

9/20/1989 

9/29/1989 

10/08/1989 B 

10/13/1989 C 

10/13/1989 C 

10/17/1989 C 

11/05/1989 B 

11/23/1989 A 

11/26/1989 A 

11/26/1989 A 

12/13/1989 C 

12/14/1989 B 

12/17/1989 B 

12/18/1989 C 

12/19/1989 

12/22/1989 

12/23/1989 

12/25/1989 

12/27/1989 

12/28/1989 B 

12/29/1989 C 



2 10/04/1989 C 



2 8/24/1989 A 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

N S82 
N S82 
N 
N 
N 

N B53 
N B53 
N S82 
N M51 



1 P N B53 



N M51 
N M51 
N B53 
N B53 
N M51 



1 P N B53 



E 
N C47 

N B53 
N M51 
N B53 
N C47 
N S82 
N S82 



1 P N B53 



N 
E 
E 

N M51 
N B53 
N S82 
N 
N 
N 

N M51 
N B53 
N M51 
N M51 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N H65 
N H60 
N 

N B53 
N 



1 N 
4 E 



2 1/04/1989 D 9 N 

2 1/05/1989 C 2 N 

2 1/05/1989 D 4 N 

2 1/06/1989 B 10 N 

1 1/07/1989 C 1 N 

2 1/09/1989 A 9 N 
2 1/09/1989 A 9 N 
2 1/16/1989 B 6 N 



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12/31/1989 



Y SUBJECTS 



PACE 714 
2/15/90 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



WOMAN HAD RECEIVED THREATS BEFORE SLAYING 

LAGRANGE HAN CHARGED UITH SLAYING Of UOHAN 

VANCE WOMAN FOUND DEAD 

GASTON HAN HELD IN hOTEL SLAYING 

WADESBORO COUPLE IS CHARGED FOLLOWING SERIES OF HOLDUPS AND STABBINGS 

HIDDLEBURG RESIDENT KILLED IN HENDERSON STABBING 

SHOTGUN HOUND FOUND TO BE CAUSE OF WOMAN'S DEATH 

POPE LAWYERS TO ARGUE AGAINST 2ND DEATH SENTENCE 

ROXBORO MAN GETS 12 YEARS IN SEPTEMBER BEATING DEATH 

GRANVILLE WOMAN DIES AFTER SHOT; BOYFRIEND CHARGED 

CREEBMOOR HAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING DEATH 

DIVERS FAIL TO FIND RIFLE IN FALLS LAKE 

MURDER CHARGE REJECTED IN FETUS DEATH 

MAN DRAWS MORE THAN 40 YEARS IN SLAYINGS 

TRIAL EXPECTED TO REKINDLE TURMOIL OF FORSYTH SHOOTINGS 

MICHAEL HAYES ACQUITTED IN FORSYTH SHOOTING SPREE 

GRAHAM WOMAN DIES OF SHOTGUN BLAST 

SOLDIER ACQUITTED OF THREE SLAYINGS 

RANDOLPH MAY PROBE FORD CASE _ 

PEDIATRIC SPECIALIST SAYS BOY WHO DIED WAS VICTIM OF ABUSE 

STAGER FACES PROBE IN 1ST HUSBAND'S DEATH ^^ ,.____ 

NEW INVESTIGATION ORDERED IN DEATH OF BARBARA STAGER'S FIRST HUSBAND 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER OF JENI GRAY 

MEMORIAL SERVICE HELD FOR SLAIN ASU WRITER 

DURHAM MAN SLAIN IN MCRRISVILLE SPAT 

NEW TRIAL ORDERED ON MURDER CHARGE 

CLERK KILLED; TEEN CHARGED IN HENDERSON 

JUDGE SAYS MAN CAN STAND TRIAL FOR JENNI GRAY KILLING 

MURDER, N.C., UNSOLVED CASES . __ „, „ TTl ^ 

AN UNTIMELY DEATH; QUESTIONS UNANSWERED DRIFT OFF IN TIME 
DETECTIVES TO REVIEW FORD DEATH EVIDENCE 

MURDER, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. 
ENNIS' BODY FOUND NEAR HILLSBOROUGH 
DISCOVERY OF BODY ENDS A 2-YEAR-OLD MYSTERY 
ENNIS' FATHER SAYS FAMILY RELIEVED BODY FINALLY FOUND 
FRANKLIN'S ATTORNEYS QUESTION 'DEALS' 
ANNADALE CHARGED IN ENNIS MURDER 
SCUFFLE HARKS ANNADALE COURT APPEARANCE 
HOUSEMATE DOUBTFUL OF CHARGES 

JUSTICE STILL NEEDED IN WOMAN'S SLAYING __ 
ANNADALE'S PAST FILLED WITH CRIME, ABUSE AND TREATMENT 
ANNADALE'S PAST FILLED WITH CRIME, ABUSE AND TREATMENT 
ANNADALE GOOD INFLUENCE, FRIEND SAYS ^ _,_, 

'SHE LOVED YOU VERY MUCH'; ENNIS EULOGIZED FRIDAY AS A DEDICATED MOTHER 
REPORT SAYS ENNIS DIED OF A CUT THROAT 
ANNADALE, EDWARDS INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGES 

TWO BODIES FOUND BESIDE COUNTY ROAD ^ _ Tvrrr ^ „ _ __. 

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

CLEARING THE RECORD 

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

COUNTY MAY HAVE 4TH DEATH ROW CASE 

ARNETT GETS PROBABLE-CAUSE HEARING DATE 

WITNESS SAYS ARNETT SHOT COUPLE 

MAN CONVICTED OF KILLING BROTHER IN '80 UP FOR PAROLE 

ORANGE CO. GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN IN SLAYING OF COUPLE 

CONFESSED KILLER FREE ON PROBATION 

GRAVES DUG BEFORE KILLINGS — WITNESS 

FRANKLIN PLEADS GUILTY TO SLAYINGS 

CHRONOLOGY OF CASE 

BUCHANAN GOES FREE 

THE PRICE OF HUMAN JUSTICE 

JUDGE ORDERS GRAVETTE JAILED 

FAMILY 'TO TAKE A STAND' 

CROWD PLEADS CASE FOR GRAVETTE 

'GRAVETTE' LAW STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION 

mtoWS'S HURDER TRIAL SCHEDULED 

DEFENSE SEEKS ANNADALE TRIAL DELAY 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


S 


2 



1/19/1989 B 
1/20/1989 B 
1/20/1989 C 
1/21/1989 A 
1/21/1989 B 
1/22/1989 B 
1/22/1989 B 



1/30/1989 
2/01/1989 
2/06/1989 
2/07/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/10/1989 
3/08/1989 
3/27/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/16/1989 
4/20/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/19/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/03/1989 
10/11/1989 
10/12/1989 
10/12/1989 
11/10/1989 
12/12/1989 
12/14/1989 



2 5/21/1989 A 
2 5/24/1989 A 



CKH 1 
CKH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
CKH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CKH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2- 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CKH 1 
CKH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/11/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/12/1989 
1/12/1989 
1/12/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/17/1989 
1/21/1989 
1/21/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/26/1989 
2/27/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/16/1989 
3/26/1989 
3/28/1989 
4/03/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/02/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/08/1989 
6/09/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/26/1989 
6/29/1989 
7/23/1989 
8/05/1989 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

H 

N 

1 P N 
1 N B53 
3 N 
6 N 
1 P N T33 

12 N 
1 N 

13 N 



1 P N M06 
1 N 
1 N 
1 N 
1 P N 
6 N 
1 N B53 
1 N L40 
1 N 
3 N 



1 P F S69 
1 N B53 



N R63 
N 

N L90 
N R63 
N 

N H90 
N R63 
E 

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

N M70 
N H90 
N B53 
N M70 
N H90 
N H90 
N R63 
N M70 
N H70 
N M70 
N H90 
E 

N M70 
N H90 
N H90 
E 

N H90 
N H90 



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ANNADALE UINS MURDER-TRIAL DELAY 

TRIAL OF MAN ACCUSED IN 1986 ENNIS SLAYING POSTPONED 

ANNABALE HIRED TO KILL ENNIS, INMATE CLAIMS 

A CONVICTED KILLER GIVES HIS ACC0UN6/SUNDAY FOCUS: CRAIG FRANKLIN 

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

FRANKLIN: 'I NEEDED A LESSON AND I GOT IT' 

JURY SELECTION TO BEGIN TUESDAY IN ANNABALE TRIAL 

ANNABALE JURY SOUGHT; NO JURORS SEATED FIRST DAY OF QUESTIONING 

ANNABALE JURORS SEATED 

10 JURORS SEATED FOR MURDER TRIAL 

ANNABALE EVIDENCE EXPECTEB TUESDAY 

ENNIS' SON TAKES STAND IN HEARING 

SUSPECT IN SHOOTING HELD WITHOUT BONB 

JURY TO HEAR TESTIMONY OF ENNIS' SON 

DURHAM WOMAN DIES IN SHOOTING 

MURDER VICTIM TARGET OF REPEATED ATTACKS 

WITNESS TELLS GRISLY STORY OF ENNIS KILLING 

ENNIS' SON TAKES WITNESS STAND 

PROTESTERS BLAST COURT, PROSECUTORS 

PROTESTERS BLAST COURT, PROSECUTORS 

INMATES TESTIFY ANNABALE SAID HE KILLED ENNIS 

COURTS SHOULD BE TOUGH ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

ACCUSED ADMITTED KILLING ENNIS, WOMAN TESTIFIES 

ANNADALE TAKES WITNESS STAND 

DENTAL RECORDS USED IN ENNIS' IDENTIFICATION 

WITNESS CITES THREAT FROM STATE WITNESS 

ANNADALE TRIAL TESTIMONY CONCLUDES 

VIOLENCE HITS CLOSE TO HOME/SUNDAY FOCUS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE KNOWS NO BOUNDARIES IN ITS SCOPE 

AMNAOALE TRIAL GOES TO JURY 

ANNADALE CONVICTED OF NURBER/SENTENCING HEARING SET FOR TODAY 

CHRONOLOGY OF ANNADALE TRIAL 

JOLLY INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGE IN WIFE'S SLAYING 

DID JUSTICE SYSTEM ABANDON HILLSBOROUGH SHOOTING VICTIM? 

ANNADALE GETS LIFE 

CORRECTION 

AG'S SENIOR DEPUTY TAKES JOLLY CASE 

FOX TO PUBLICLY ADDRESS JOLLY CASE 

HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN SLAIN 

HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN KILLED IN KNIFE ATTACK 

HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN KILLEB IN KNIFE ATTACK 

NEIGHBORS WONDER WHAT THEY COULD HAVE DONE 

NEIGHBORS WONDER WHAT THEY COULD HAVE DONE 

MURDER CASE SENT TO TRAIL 

MURDER, U.S. 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, MURDER 
SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 
SEE ALSO MASS MURDERS 
S.C. FUGITIVE ARRESTED, CHARGED IN WIFE'S DEATH 
CANNIBAL-HERO IS VINDICATED 

MURDER ATTEMPTS, DURHAM 

BROTHER OF SLAIN STEPHENSON CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTEB MURDER 

MURDER-FOR-HIRE 

A MURDEROUS FANATIC 

VIEWS OF AREA MOSLEMS MIXED ON THREAT BY IRAN 

PURE RELIGION NOT MURBEROUS 

MURDER ON THE NILE (PLAY) 
'MURDER ON THE NILE' 
'NILE' OVERCOMES WEATHER, ACCENTS 

MURDER-SUICIDE 

SEE ALSO SUICIDES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES, N.C. 



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



8/07/1989 

8/08/1989 

8/26/1989 

9/03/1989 

9/03/1989 

9/03/1989 

9/10/1989 

9/13/1989 

9/14/1989 

9/15/1989 

9/16/1989 

9/19/1989 

9/19/1989 

9/20/1989 

9/20/1989 

9/21/1989 

9/21/1989 

9/22/1989 

9/23/1989 

9/23/1989 

9/23/1989 

9/23/1989 

9/26/1989 

9/27/1989 

9/28/1989 

9/29/1989 

9/30/1989 

10/01/1989 

10/01/1989 

10/03/1989 

10/04/1989 

10/04/1989 

10/04/1989 

10/05/1989 

10/05/1989 

10/07/1989 

10/17/1989 

11/28/1989 

12/08/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/21/1989 



H 2 6/24/1989 C 3 
H 2 8/05/1989 A 4 



N M06 
N K70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N M70 
N H90 
N H90 
N 
N 

N H90 
N H90 
N M70 
N H90 
N B53 
N M70 
N H90 
N M70 
N C62 
N M70 
N M70 
E 

N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N M70 
N M70 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N W57 
J 

N H90 
N 

N W57 
N 
N 

N W57 
N D38 
N D38 
N U57 
N H90 



H 2 10/13/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 2/18/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 2/22/1989 A 1 N N36 
H 2 2/26/1989 D 4 E 



2 6/02/1989 D 
2 6/06/1989 B 



14 P P T32 
5 P R M60 



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niRHAM L1DMAN FfUM) SLAIN 

B^CEMAN SHOOTS WIFE, SELF; COUPLE UAS HARRIED JUST A FEU HONTHS 

CO-WORKERS REMEMBER PRICE, EX-CFFICER PUSHED FOR RIGHTS, BEFRIENDED... 

CO-WORKERS REMEMBER PRICE; EX-OFFICER PUSHED FOR RIGHTS, BEFRIENDED... 

DURHAM COUPLE DIES IN MURDER-SUICIDE _ 

POLICE OFFICERS TAKE CHARGE AFTER FATAL SHOOTINGS 

SHOOTING VICTIM 'A WONDERFUL PERSON' WHO LIKED TO JOKE WITH FELLOW. .. 

SHOOTING VICTIM 'A WONDERFUL PERSON' WHO LIKE TO JOKE WITH FELLOW.., 

OFFICER PRICE AND MR. HYDE; MURDER-SUICIDE TRAGEDY CONTRADICT... 

Ml rorrfjpu rrujtjj 

MURDOCH CENTER EMPLOYEE CHARGED WITH ASSAULT, FIRED 

CUSTOM SEATS OFFER ZOOM WITH A VIEW ,„„„ 

OPERATION SANTA COLLECTS GIFTS SPONSORS FOR BUTNER PATIENTS 

MURDOCH CENTER, FARM DAY __ 
FARM DAY SET SATURDAY AT MURDOCH 
NO DAMP SPIRITS AT 19TH FARM DAY 

MURPHY HOUSE RESTAURANT 

A MURPHY HOUSE CHRISTMAS MEANS A LOT TO MANY 

MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY _ 

DURHAM SIRL RADIANT AFTER HONOR 
HOPPING FOR A CAUSE 
MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY FUND-RAISING 
DUKE RESEARCHERS GET STUDY GRANTS 

MUSEUM OF MODERN ART 
SEE ALSO NEW YORK CITY 
IMPRINT OF AN UNLIKELY PAIR 



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3/01/1989 
3/01/1989 
3/01/1989 
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3/02/1989 
3/03/1989 



N 

N A54 
N M51 
N ASA 
N B53 
P T32 
N A54 
N M51 
E 



H 2 7/29/1989 A 
H 2 8/20/1989 A 
H 2 12/10/1989 A 



H 2 9/28/1989 C 
H 2 10/01/1989 B 



1 N T33 
1 P N T33 
1 P N T33 



1 N T33 
1 P N T33 



H 1 12/21/1989 C 1 N H60 



S 2 2/15/1989 A 

S 2 3/29/1989 B 

H 2 7/13/1989 C 

S 2 11/27/1989 A 



1 P N H65 

1 P P S76 

2 P P S73 
8 N 



H 2 11/12/1989 E 8 P N G68 



MUSIC 

SEE ALSO BLUEGRASS MUSIC 

SEE ALSO BLUES MUSIC 

SEE ALSO BRIGHTLEAF MUSIC WORKSHOP 

SEE ALSO BULL CITY BLUES 

SEE ALSO CHAMBER MUSIC 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS MUSIC 

SEE ALSO COUNTRY MUSIC 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MUSIC TEACHERS 

SEE ALSO EASTERN MUSIC FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO GOSPEL MUSIC 

SEE ALSO HYMNS 

SEE ALSO JAZZ 

SEE ALSO N.C. SYMPHONY 

SEE ALSO RAP MUSIC 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, MUSIC 

SEE ALSO ROCK 'N» ROLL 

SEE ALSO STEREO EQUIPMENT 

SEE ALSO THIRD WORLD MUSIC _ „„„ 

■UWnU &Sf^t8%K!r SeS IN PO.JLAR MUSIC H 2 3/04/1989 C 

K ^S^zM Kl^IS^riaNEfiY ^0 IS ON THE BANDSTAND H I 5$ffl I 



MUSIC LOFT 

CARRBORO INVITES COMMENT ON '91 BUDGET 
MUSIC LOFT SEEKS TOWN LOAN TO RELOCATE STORE 
TOWN LOAN FALLOUT WORRIES ALDERMEN 

THE MUSICAL COMEDY MURDERS OF 1940 (PLAY) 

H'SMYSTERIOUS AND IT'S FUNNY, SO WHAT IF IT'S NOT A MUSICAL' 
'MURDERS' IS 'DELICATELY BALANCED BIT OF BLACK COMEDY' 

MUSICIANS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, MUSICIANS 

SEE ALSO CIOMPI QUARTET 

SEE ALSO COMPOSERS 



CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/07/1989 A 



7/28/1989 D 
8/03/1989 D 



2 N D80 
2 P I 
1 T F S56 



3 N C62 
3 N C62 

1 P N C62 



R H&O 

R B77 



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SEE ALSO DURHAM SYMPHONY 
SEE ALSO FOLK MUSIC 
SEE ALSO JAZZ 
SEE ALSO N.C. SYMPHONY 
SEE ALSO ROCK CONCERTS 
SEE ALSO ROCK 'N' ROLL 
SEE ALSO SINGERS 
SEE ALSO SONGWRITERS 

JOHN HENRY GATTIS SOUNDS SUEET NOTES/THE DURHAM SUN 100 YEARS 

THIEVES CLEAN OUT MUSICIAN'S HOME 

JAZZ ON TRACK; BLUE QUAIL RECORDS OWNER FORESEES SUCCESS DESPITE... 

AN IDEA BORN OF DEATH IN WINTER'S COLD 

FINDING A HOME IN HIS MUSIC 

'GOOD, BAD OR INSANE?' MEET CHAPEL HILL MUSICIAN DEXTER ROMWEBER... 

IMPRESSION MAN; THIS SUMMER'S ROOTS ROCK 

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

MUSLIMS 

SEE ALSO ISLAM (GENERAL HEADING) 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 

ANOTHER VIEW OF ISLAM 

VIEWS OF AREA MOSLEMS MIXED ON THREAT BY IRAN 

JERRY GENTRY/NOT ALL WESTERNERS ARE AGAINST MUSLIMS 

NEIGHBORS CRITICAL OF PLANNED MOSQUE 

CHRISTIANS CAN BE NOISY, TOO 

MUSTANG (AUTOMOBILE) 

POLICE 'CAVALRY' GETS MUSTANGS 

MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN REPORTS STRONG YEAR 
MUTUAL, GREENSBORO S&LS TO MERGE 

MY ONE AND ONLY (PLAY) 

'MY ONE AND ONLY' ON ITS WAY TO UNC 

MYASTHENIA GRAVIS 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
ADD MG TO OUR LIST OF KILLERS; NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASE LITTLE KNOWN... 
MYASTHENIA GRAVIS RESEARCH YIELDS DIVIDENDS 

MYERSON/ALLEN 

DURHAM HOSIERY MILL FOCUS OF HUD QUERY 

HOSIERY MILL A HIGH-PRICED SUCCESS 

HOUSING SCANDAL UPSETS RESIDENTS OF MILL PROJECT 

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. 

AMERICAN GOES NONSTOP TO MYRTLE BEACH 

LET TAR HEEL MONEY STAY HERE 

PARKED BY HUGO 

MYRTLE BEACH: HUGO TURNS RESORT INTO WRECKAGE 

MYSTERY FANS 

MYSTERY! AMID STACKS AT UNC'S WILSON LIBRARY LIE DEAD BODIES, SHOT.. 

NAACP 

SEE ALSO KU KLUX KLAN 
NAACP WANTS KING OBSERVANCE 
NAACP OPENING ANNUAL CONVENTION 
NAACP CHIEF: COURT TURNING BACK CLOCK 
NAACP TOLD BUSH BACKS PROGRESS FOR CIVIL RIGHTS 
COURT RULINGS DOMINATE GRIM NAACP MEETING 
ACCOUNT OF NAACP MEETING LACKED HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 

NAACP, DURHAM CHAPTER 

SEE ALSO MOTHERS OF THE YEAR, NAACP 
NAACP BRANCH TO CELEBRATE 75TH ANNIVERSARY 
NAACP CELEBRATION 

NAACP ASKS BOARD TO PUNISH PRINCIPAL 
NAACP FREEDOM FUND DINNER SET SATURDAY 



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3/15/1989 B 


1 P F S27 


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4/11/1989 C 


1 N 


CHH 1 


4/17/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


H 2 


5/01/1989 C 


1 N A54 


H 2 


6/15/1989 B 


1 P F M60 


CHH 1 


7/17/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


H 2 


8/18/1989 D 


9 P F W66 


H 2 


8/25/1989 D 


8 P F S56 


H 2 


2/19/1989 D 


4 E 


H 2 


2/22/1989 A 


1 N N36 


H 2 


3/26/1989 D 


4 U G33 


CHH 1 


11/03/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


11/06/1989 A 


4 E 



S 2 5/31/1989 B 1 N B53 



2 1/29/1989 D 
2 10/10/1989 B 



6 P N C47 
5 P N C60 



CHH 1 2/13/1989 A 5 P N 



2 4/30/1989 D 4 E 
2 5/12/1989 B 1 P F S27 



H 2 7/08/1989 A 
S 2 7/22/1989 A 
H 2 8/04/1989 C 



1 P N S73 
1 P N C61 
1 N 



H 2 1/28/1989 A 10 N R80 

H 2 3/22/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 9/23/1989 D 5 P P T44 

S 2 9/23/1989 C 1 P P T44 



CHH 1 9/11/1989 A 3 P N M70 



S 


2 


1/09/1989 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


7/09/1989 B 


1 N C47 


H 


2 


7/10/1989 A 


1 P N C47 


H 


2 


7/13/1989 A 


1 N C47 


H 


2 


7/16/1989 B 


1 N C47 


H 


2 


8/02/1989 A 


4 L 



H 2 3/19/1989 B 4 N 

S 2 4/01/1989 A 2 P P C45 

H 2 4/07/1989 C 1 N J40 

H 2 11/17/1989 C 4 N 



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GIBSON! NOBODY GOING TO SAVE US BUT US 
GIBSON SPEAKS AT NAACP DINNER 

NAACP, N.C. CHAPTER 

NAACP ASKS FOR SBI PROBE, *15,000 REWARD 

MIXED SIGNALS; SPEAKER AT KING CEREMONY SAYS HE HAS WAIT-AND-SEE. 

NAACP WILL SEEK STATE LAW AGAINST RACIAL INTIMIDATION 

N.C. SHOULD STAND UP AGAINST BIGOTRY 



NASA 



SEE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION 



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2 11/20/1989 A 8 N 



H 2 1/10/1989 C 2 N 

CHH 1 1/18/1989 A 3 P N S17 

H 2 2/01/1989 B 7 N 

S 2 2/09/1989 A 4 E 



NASCAR 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 
DIXON SETS HIS SIGHTS ON NASCAR 



S 2 5/30/1989 D 4 P N A76 



NATO 



SEE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION 



NC 54 



GLENWOOD ELEMENTARY OFFICIALS WORRIED ABOUT PROPOSED MOTEL 

HANDS OFF TOWN'S SOUTH ENTRANCE 

PASSIVE APPROACH TO »BEAUTIFICATION* 

DOT SUES TO CONDEMN GAS STATION 

SIXHEHICLE WRECK SNARLS MIDDAY TRAFFIC 

EMERGENCY WORKERS TRY TO CONTAIN ORANGE SPILL 

TANKER SPILLS 6,000 GAL. ASPHALT 



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



2/10/1989 A 
4/06/1989 A 
6/19/1989 A 
8/12/1989 A 
8/25/1989 A 
12/02/1989 A 



CHH 1 12/03/1989 A 



1 
4 
4 

3 

13 P 
1 

1 



N M70 
E 
E 
P N H90 
P S76 
N E33 
N M70 



NC 55 



2 AUTO OCCUPANTS DIE IN COLLISION WITH PICKUP 
POLICE LOG/URECK KILLS 2 CAMPBELL STUDENTS 



2 10/24/1989 B 1 P P T32 
2 10/25/1989 C 1 N M51 



NC 8A 

TOWN GROWTH LAWSUIT SETTLEB 

NCM DEVELOPMENT GROUP 

SEE ALSO N.C. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 
GROWTH PLAN TO TARGET ROILING HILLS HOME SALES 
ROLLING HILLS SUCCESS (CANS HOPE FOR FUTURE 

NCNB NATIONAL BANK 

SEE N.C. NATIONAL BANK 



CHH 1 3/01/1989 A 1 N M70 



2 1/07/1989 A 1 M N H70 
2 1/10/1989 A 4 E 



NCR-16 

SEE ALSO URBAN RENEWAL 
COUNCIL GIVES BOOST TO GLAXO'S DEVELOPMENT PLAN 
DURHAM OKS GLAXO LAND PURCHASE 



H 2 4/19/1989 B 6 N 
S 2 6/09/1989 A 1 N M06 



NOW 

SEE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN 

NAEGELE OUTDOOR ADVERTISING CO. 
SEE ALSO BILLBOARDS 
BILLBOARD TAX SOUGHT BY COUNTY 

NAGASAKI, JAPAN 

SEE ALSO ATOMIC BOMBS 
SEE ALSO JAPAN 
GROUP REMEMBERS 1945 A-BCMBING Of JAPANESE CITIES 

NAIL CREATIONS BY TRUDY 

NAIL CREATIONS BY TRUDY (AD) 



H 2 4/16/1989 B 1 N A54 



CHH 1 8/06/1989 A 3 P N C62 



S 2 4/19/1989 G 10 A 



NAISMITH AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
FERRY WINS NAISMITH AWARD; MADDEN'S STARE EARNS A 'T'/ACC NOTEBOOK 
KRZYZEWSKI RECEIVES NAISMITH 

THE NAKED GUN (FILM) _ _ 

WEAK STORY, DIRECTING STEAL GRIFFITH PROMISE 



H 2 3/11/1989 D 3 P N 
H 2 3/29/1989 D 1 P N C52 



H 2 1/13/1989 D 3 P R S66 






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NAMES 

SEE ALSO COURTESY TITLES 
FIRST NAME FASHIONS ALWAYS CHANGING 

NAMES: THEY OFFER A REALM OF FASCINATION, MYSTERY/A WORLD OF WORDS 
CHARTING THE NAMES 
N.C. TOWN IS NAMED FOR MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. 

NANCY SUSAN REYNOLDS AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO Z. SMITH REYNOLDS FOUNDATION INC. 
NEIGHBORHOOD SAVIORS WIN REYNOLDS AWARDS 

NANTUCKET (MUSIC GROUP) 

THE SAME, YET DIFFERENT 

NARCOLEPSY 

SEE ALSO SLEEP 
RESEARCHERS FINDING TREATMENT FOR UNCONTROLLABLE SLEEP ATTACKS 



NASHVILLE BLUEGRASS BAND 
ACCOUSTICALLY YOURS 
'MOUNTAIN BOO-WOP': 



ROOTS MUSIC THAT GREW 



NATIONAL AIDS HOTLINE 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 
SEE ALSO HOTLINES 
HOTLINE GIVES HELP TO CALLERS WORRIED ABOUT AIDS 

NATIONAL ABORTION RIGHTS ACTION LEAGUE (NARAL) 
SEE ALSO ABORTION 
FORCES ON BOTH SIDES PLAN ACTIONS 
ABORTION RIGHTS DRIVE BEGINS 
VOLUNTEERS SHIELD WOMEN FROM PROTESTERS 
ABORTION-RIGHTS SUPPORTERS URGED TO CAMPAIGN HARDER 
DURHAM PANEL PRESSES ABORTION RIGHTS FIGHT 
ABORTION LAWS WEAKENEDj STAGE SET FOR BATTLE IN STATE 
PRO-CHOICERS RALLY IN RALEIGH 

NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR OUTSTANDING NEGRO STUDENTS 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 
EIGHT HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WIN ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 
STUDENTS ARE NAMED SEMIFINALISTS 

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION 
SEE ALSO SPACE RESEARCH 
NASA SPONSORING CONFERENCE IN CHAPEL HILL 
UNC PROFESSOR WINS NASA GRANTS 
RADAR SYSTEM COULD AID FOREST STUDIES 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDREN WITH AIDS 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, AIDS 
DRIVE SET TO GET HOME FOR CHILDREN WITH AIDS 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE 
SEE NAACP 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
COMPOST FIRM MAY ATTACK WASTE PROBLEM 
JUNKET COSTS COUNTY $6,800 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN BUSINESS OWNERS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, BUSINESSES 
WOMEN BUSINESS OWNERS ATTEND NATIONAL CONVENTION 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION, DURHAM CHAPTER 
SEE WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 



S 2 2/15/1989 B 1 T F 

CHH 1 3/30/1989 A 8 U 

H 2 6/22/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 11/22/1989 C 3 N 



S27 



H 2 11/12/1989 B 1 N S69 
H 2 10/06/1989 D 5 P N 

S 2 1/25/1989 C 4 U 



CHH 1 6/15/1989 A 6 P P 
H 2 6/16/1989 D 9 P F W66 



H 2 7/29/1989 C 1 P N K65 



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


1/05/1989 A 
1/22/1989 B 
4/25/1989 B 
6/21/1989 C 
7/03/1989 A 
7/04/1989 A 
7/13/1989 C 


3 P N S17 
1 P N C45 
1 P F G59 
1 N S22 
1 N T77 
1 M N R63 
1 N S22 


H 

S 


2 
2 


3/23/1989 C 
9/27/1989 B 


6 N 
1 N 



H 2 3/04/1989 A 11 N 
CHH 1 7/25/1989 A 3 N 
H 2 7/29/1989 C 1 N R60 



H 2 1/11/1989 C 1 N C60 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



7/20/1989 A 
8/27/1989 A 



1 P N M20 
1 N M20 



2 7/21/1989 B 



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DON'T USE PRO PLAYERS FOR QUICK OLYMPIC FIX 
COSTABILE'S DREAM LEADS TO NBA 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION, DRAFT 

SEE NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION DRAFT 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION DRAFT 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, RECRUITING 
REID CHOOSES TO LEAVE TAR HEELS FOR NBA 
NBA OFFERS CHALLENGE, SECURITY FOR J.R. REID 
REID'S IMPACT 

HORNETS SAY REID POSSIBILITY IN NBA DRAFT 
NBA DRAFT MAY NOT SETTLE RECRUIT'S FUTURE 
FINALLY, THE DRAFT „ 

NBA DRAFT*. L.A. CLIPPERS TAKE FERRY; HORNETS PICK REID 
A TRICKY DRAFT 

FERRY PICK LEAVES FANS GRUMBLING 
WILL THEY BE PRO STARS? 

NATIONAL BEEF COOKOUT 
SEE ALSO BEEF 
RECIPE FOR COOKING STARDOM 

NATIONAL BLACK CHILD DEVELOPMENT WEEK 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO CHILD DEVELOPMENT „ 

GREENSBORO UOMAN HONORED FOR WORK UITH BLACK CHILDREN 

NATIONAL BLACK MEDIA COALITION 

BLACK COALITION LEADER SAYS HE'S OPTIMISTIC ABOUT BUSH 

NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
GRANT TO DUKE CANCER CENTER IS EXTENDED 
LINEBERGER CENTER TO CREATE CANCER RESEARCH PROGRAM 
LINEBERGER CANCER CENTER RECEIVES FIVE-YEAR GRANT 

NATIONAL CHILD WELFARE LEADERSHIP CENTER ^^ 

CHILD ABUSE REACTION PROBLEMS NOT UNIQUE TO COUNTY - REPORT 
COUNTY TO REVAMP CHILD-PROTECTION SERVICES 
DEPARTMENT REVAMPING CHILD-ABUSE UNIT 

NATIONAL CLIMATIC CENTER (ASHEVILLE, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO WEATHER, U.S. ..„.„ 

ASHEVILLE CENTER STAFF KEEPS THE ARCHIVES ON NATION'S UEATHER 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO PROPOSITION 48 AND 42 
PROPOSITION 42 PUTS FOCUS ON ACADEMICS 
NCAA WON'T TELL IF N.C. STATE'S BEING PROBED 
NCAA OFFICIAL DEFENDS COLLEGE ATHLETICS' IMAGE 
N.C. STATE PLAYERS SHOULD FOLLOW RULES 
LET NCAA CLEAN UP SPORTS 

KRZYZEUSKI, SMITH CRITICIZE PRESIDENTS' COMMISSION 
KRZYZEWSKI, SMITH CRITICIZE PRESIDENTS' COMMISSION 
NCAA SHOULD SPREAD WEALTH 
UNC SCORES UITH ATHLETICS REPORT 
NCAA MUST SPEND *1 BILLION WISELY 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, BASKETBALL (MEN) 
ANOTHER PASSIONLESS SEASON 
NCAA SHOULD SHARE THE WEALTH 
•BIGHOUSE' AWAITING MILESTONE WIN 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (MEN) 
WHO'S ON THE BUBBLE' 

DEVILS, TIGERS HAVE DIFFERENT TOURNEY GOALS 
TOURNEY TIME 

EAGLES AWAIT NCAA INVITE 
TAR HEELS GET RAW DEAL 



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2 


5/10/1989 D 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 


5/10/1989 D 


1 P U F25 


S 


2 


5/11/1989 B 


1 U F25 


H 


2 


6/21/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


6/27/1989 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 


6/27/1989 D 


1 U D18 


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2 


6/28/1989 A 


1 P N C52 


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2 


6/28/1989 D 


1 U D18 


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6/29/1989 D 


1 P N 


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6/30/1989 A 


4 E 



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CHH 1 10/17/1989 A 3 N 
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2 9/11/1989 A 
2 9/14/1989 A 
2 10/19/1989 B 
2 10/19/1989 B 
2 12/05/1989 D 

1 12/08/1989 A 

2 12/14/1989 C 


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1 P N N36 

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1 P N L22 
1 P N C49 

1 U M88 
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2 3/03/1989 D 
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2 3/08/1989 D 
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1989 NATIONAL COLLEGIATE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP (CORRECTED 3-14-89) 

OOPS! LET'S TRY AGAIN 

SMITH SHOOTS AIRBALL OVER PAIRINGS 

DUKE'S TOURNEY FOE 'BALANCED' 

1939 NATIONAL COLLEGIATE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 

NCCU, 6 ACC TEAMS ARE GOING FOR TITLES 

JAGS QUICKER THAN UNC 

UNUSUAL SIGHT GREETS SAINTS: FANS IN ARENA 

PRACTICE JAMS 

BLUE DEVILS READY FOR NCAA DRIVE 

DEVILS WARY OF S.C. STATE'S 'QUICK' BULLDOGS 

NCAA EAST REGIONAL NOTEBOOK 

NCAA TOURNAMENT RIVALS SHAKESPEARE FOR DRAMA 

ACC WARS REVISITEDJ WOLFPACK, GAMECOCKS TANGLE IN EAST 

FISHER SUDDEN BENEFICIARY OF FRIEDER-MICHIGAN FALLOUT 

BLUE DEVILS BOOT BULLDOGS, 90-69 

SOUTHERN WON'T THROW IN TOWEL AGAINST HEELS 

SIENA FANS READY TO ROCK AFTER QUARANTINE; NCAA/NOTES 

SIENA FANS READY TO ROCK AFTER QUARANTINE; NCAA/NOTES 

EAGLES, SPARTANS TANGLE 3RD TIME 

A BAD DECISION 

DEVILS TOO MUCH FOR S.C. STATE 

THANK GOD ALL COACHES AREN'T 'BASKET CASES' 

MOUNTAINEERS RIP VOLS 

'DOGS KEEP CHINS UP 

A DEVIL OF A DAY 

UOLFPACK'S JUNK STIFLES GAMECOCKS 

HEELS PUMPED, CRUSH SOUTHERN 

CATLETT'S ALTERNATIVE! MATCHUP WITH 'K' 

WHEN HE'S OFF, MONROE'S STILL GOT THE GREEN LIGHT 

SIENA'S DEANE DISAGREES WITH SMITH ON DIVIDING NCAA'S BASKETBALL POOL 

SIENA'S DEANE DISAGREES WITH SMITH ON DIVIDING NCAA'S BASKETBALL POOL 

BLOW TO LEBO FIRES UP HEELS 

HEELS ABSORB SOUTHERN U.'S 'PEBBLE' 

WVU: GOOD, BUT NOT IN DUKE'S CLASS 

UCLA LOOKS FORWARD TO REMATCH WITH HEELS 

DUKE OUTMANS W. VA., 70-63 

REID GETS 1-GAME SUSPENSION FOR CURFEW INFRACTION 

DUKE TURNS BACK STUBBORN W. VIRGINIA 

VICTORY OVER GAMECOCKS JUST THE TONIC FOR AILING UOLFPACK 

DEVILISH SITUATIONS 

SNYDER, HENDERSON RESPOND TO PRESSURE WITH STYLISH 'D' 

DESPITE ELBOW TO FACE, LEBO BACK IN ACTION 

HQYAS JUST HAPPY TO ESCAPE ODDEST, AND OLDEST, BULLET 

TAR HEELS, WOLFPACK JOIN DUKE IN SWEET 16/PACK SMOOTH IN 2-OT WIN... 

TAR HEELS, WOLFPACK JOIN DUKE IN SWEET 16/EVEN WITHOUT REID, HEELS... 

HEELS SAY REID 'LET US DOWN' BUT RALLY AROUND HIS ABSENCE 

LESTER PROVES INVALUABLE DOWN STRETCH 

DUKE'S QUIN SNYDER PUTS CLAMPS ON HERBIE BROOKS 

UNC'S JEFF DENNY TAKES BALL FROM POOH RICHARDSON 

IMPRESSIVE DEVILS SURVIVE, ADVANCE 

UNC SEEMS TO THRIVE ON ADVERSITY 

TAR HEELS AGREE WITH REID'S SUSPENSION 

MICHIGAN GETS ANOTHER SHOT AT TAR HEELS 

MINNESOTA EAGER TO MEET BLUE DEVILS 

DUKE FANS EXPECT SUCCESS 

BRICKEY'S MOST-SUPPRESSED DESIRE 

TRIANGLE TEAMS ROLL ON 

HIGH EXPECTATIONS 

HEELS, WOLVERINES MEET IN 'SOAP' 

WHEN GAME'S ON LINE, PACK TAPS MONROE 

UNC-MICHIGANJ NOTHING NEW 

•PACK NEEDS BEST EFFORT VS. GEORGETOWN 

THAT LITTLE BETTING POOL DOWN AT THE OFFICE IS ILLEGAL 

TAR HEELS MAY BRING HOME MORE THAN JUST TITLE 

ONCE AGAIN, IT'S UNC VS. MICHIGAN 

CAVS' concern: SOONERS' DOUBLE PRESSURE 

EAST REGIONAL HAS GREAT MIX 

'REVENGE' IS MOTIVATION IN SOUTHEAST 

KENTUCKY'S SEARCH OVERSHADOWS SOUTHEAST REGIONAL 



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4 E 


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2 N F25 


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3/16/1989 D 


1 U M14 


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1 P P T32 


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3/17/1989 B 


1 N C49 


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3/17/1989 B 


1 P U C52 


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2 


3/17/1989 B 


1 P N M14 


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3/17/1939 B 


1 N C52 


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3/17/1989 B 


2 N M14 


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3/17/1989 B 


2 N C49 


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3/17/1989 B 


4 N P75 


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3/17/1989 D 


1 U D18 


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1 P N D18 


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2 


3/17/1989 D 


1 U F25 


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3/17/1989 D 


3 P U A76 


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3 P N A76 


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1 P N M14 


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2 P N C49 


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3/18/1989 D 


4 N M14 


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4 N C52 


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1 U F25 


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3/18/1989 B 


1 P N F25 


S 


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3/18/1989 B 


1 U D18 


S 


2 


3/18/1989 B 


3 P N F25 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 A 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 C 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 C 


1 P N M14 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 C 


1 N C49 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 C 


4 P P K30 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 C 


4 N M14 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 C 


4 P N C52 


H 


2 


3/19/1939 C 


5 P U C49 


H 


2 


3/20/1989 B 


2 P N C49 


H 


2 


3/20/1989 B 


2 P N C52 


H 


2 


3/20/1989 B 


3 P N C52 


H 


2 


3/20/1989 B 


4 P N C49 


S 


2 


3/20/1989 D 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 


3/20/1989 D 


1 P P S73 


S 


2 


3/20/1989 D 


2 P U D18 


S 


2 


3/20/1989 D 


3 P U F25 


S 


2 


3/20/1989 D 


3 N F25 


S 


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3/20/1989 D 


6 P N F25 


S 


2 


3/20/1989 D 


7 P U A76 


H 


2 


3/21/1989 D 


1 P N M14 


H 


2 


3/21/1989 D 


1 P U M14 


S 


2 


3/21/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


3/21/1989 D 


1 P U D13 


S 


2 


3/21/1989 D 


1 P U F25 


H 


2 


3/22/1989 D 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 


3/22/1989 D 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


3/22/1989 D 


1 P N D18 


H 


2 


3/23/1989 A 


1 N 046 


CKH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


3 N L90 


H 


2 


3/23/1989 D 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 


3/23/1989 D 


1 N C52 


S 


2 


3/23/1989 B 


1 U D18 


S 


2 


3/23/1989 B 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


3/23/1989 B 


3 P U F25 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX B 
12/51/1989 



Y SUBJECTS 



VIRGINIA DUMPS SOONERS 

EAGLES NIP SACRED HEART, FACE JACKSONVILLE STATE IN SEMIFINALS 

BLUE DEVILS TAKE TRADITIONAL ROUTE; VALVANO WARY OF GEORGETOWN'S MIGHT 

NEXT TO 'K', 'V» AND THOMPSON, HASKINS IS NOVICE AT SWEET 16 

SNYDER FEELIN' FINE AFTER BOUT WITH MIGRAINE 

RICE ICES TARHEELS WITH THREE-POINTERS 

BLUE DEVILS WARY OF 'CINDERELLA' 

•PACK OUT FOR WIN 

CAVS SHOCK SOONERS 

THOMPSON EXPECTS THE BEST 

HEELS HAVE A 'SPECIAL' YEAR 

HOYAS SURVIVE PACK'S CHARGE, FACE DUKE IN EAST FINAL 

BLUE DEVILS BURY GOPHERS 

MICHIGAN PROVES KENTUCKY'S GRASS NOT CAROLINA BLUE 

CURRENT CAVS HAVE '84 FLAVOR 

BLUE DEVILS USE DEFENSE TO BURY GOPHERS 

HOYAS HOLD OFF 'PACK _ „ „„, 

BASKETBALL FANS GET EASTER FEAST J ACC-BIG EAST 

HOLLAND PRODUCES VIRGINIA MIRACLE 

MICHIGAN ROCKS CAVALIERS, CLAIMS PLACE IN FINAL FOUR 

DUKE VS. HOYAS BOILS DOWN TO DEFENSE 

WOLVERINES LEAVE NO DOUBT 

FOR VALVANO, THE FINAL FOUR IS THE SEASON 

KRZYZEWSKI COULDN'T RESIST SHOT/THOMPSON WON'T BLOCK EVENT/NCAA NOTEBOOK 

KRZYZEWSKI COULDN'T RESIST SHOT/THOMPSON WON'T BLOCK EVENT/NCAA NOTEBOOK 

WAITING FOR DEVILS 

SEATTLE, HERE WE COME! 

BONFIRES SIGNAL DUKE'S GLOWING HAPPINESS 

BLUE DEVILS EARN ANOTHER TRIP TO FINAL FOUR/NETS INTACT, BLUE DEVILS... 

HENDERSON REVERSES INTIMIDATION FACTOR ON MOURNING, GEORGETOWN 

LAETTNER'S SPIRIT CHARGES BLUE DEVILS AGAINST HOYAS; NCAA/NOTES 

LAETTNER'S SPIRIT CHARGES BLUE DEVILS AGAINST HOYAS; NCAA/NOTES 

WHOOPING IT UP 

CHRISTIAN^LAETTNER BLOCKS SHOT BY GEORGETOWN'S JOHN TURNER... 
DEVILS CUT DOWN HOYAS, NOT NETS 
RICE MAKES INTERIM COACH A GENIUS 
HENDERSON'S SLAM A MOMENTUM PLAY 

T^TI^^^CITY^DURHAM'S BASKETBALL FANS SALUTE N.C. CENTRAL, DUKE 
NCAA TOURNEY CREATES INSTANT STARS 
CHARLOTTE RIGHT PLACE FOR '94 FINAL FOUR 



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NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, DIVISION II 
CENTRAL ESCAPES NORFOLK ST. 
NCCU NIPS UNION, MAKES FINAL EIGHT 
EAGLES' TEAMWORK WINS REGIONAL TITLE 
NCCU GETS BELATED SHARE OF LEGISLATURE'S LIMELIGHT 
EAGLES SET SIGHTS HIGH 

NCCU— NCAA DIVISION II CHAMPS! mml tt __,„ 

N.C. CENTRAL WINS NATIONAL TITLE! EAGLES CLAIM DIVISION II CROWN... 
NCCU STUDENTS WELCOME TEAM, SAVOR THE SWEETNESS OF VICTORY 
EAGLES' NEST PROVED FULL OF TALENT 
LIVELY NCCU BACKERS GREET SOARING EAGLES 
NO DOUBT ABOUT IT! EAGLES ARE NO. 1 
EASTER HOLIDAY DELAYS BIG NCCU CELEBRATION 

MARTIN TO HOST NCCU BASKETBALL TEAM mmA , 

TWO TITLES, ONE CITY? DURHAM'S BASKETBALL FANS SALUTE N.C. CENTRAL, 
NCCU EAGLES RIDE GOLDEN RAINBOW TO NATIONAL TITLE 
MARTIN, STATE HONOR NCCU EAGLES 
NCCU'S CHAMPIONSHIP COULD BE FIRST OF TWO 
MARTIN HONORS NCCU BASKETBALL TEAM 
BERNARD TAKES AWARD, KEEPS EYE ON FUTURE 
BERNARD TAKES AWARD, KEEPS EYE ON FUTURE 
DURHAM IS CITY OF CHAMPIONS 
COMMUNITY HONORS NCCU CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM 
SPIRITS SOAR AS FANS PRAISE EAGLES' TITLE 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, FINAL FOUR 



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3/24/1989 B 
3/24/1989 B 
3/24/1989 B 
3/24/1989 B 
3/24/1989 B 
3/24/1989 D 
3/24/1989 D 
3/24/1989 D 
3/24/1989 D 
3/24/1989 D 
3/24/1989 D 
3/25/1989 D 
3/25/1989 D 
3/25/1989 D 
3/25/1989 D 
3/25/1989 A 
3/25/1989 B 
3/25/1989 B 
3/25/1989 B 
3/25/1989 B 
3/26/1989 
3/26/1989 
3/26/1989 
3/26/1989 
3/26/1989 
3/26/1989 
3/26/1989 
3/27/1989 .. 
3/27/1989 B 
3/27/1989 B 
3/27/1989 B 
3/27/1989 B 
3/27/1989 B 
3/27/1989 A 
3/27/1989 
3/27/1989 
3/27/1989 
3/27/1989 
3/27/1989 
3/27/1989 
3/28/1989 
3/29/1939 



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N C52 
N C52 
N P75 
N C49 
U M14 
N C49 
N F25 
N D18 
N D18 
N F25 
U D18 
U F25 
N C49 
N M14 
1 P U C52 
3 P N C52 
P K30 
N D18 
N D18 
U D18 
U F25 
N C52 
N C49 
N C52 
U M14 
N C49 
N M14 
P K30 
P K30 
N M51 
U M14 
N C49 
N M14 
N C49 
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2 3/19/1989 C 
2 3/20/1989 D 

1 3/22/1989 C 

2 3/23/1989 B 
3/26/1989 A 
3/26/1989 C 
3/27/1989 B 
3/27/1989 B 
3/27/1989 A 
3/27/1989 D 
3/27/1989 D 
3/28/1989 A 
3/28/1989 A 
3/28/1989 D 
3/28/1989 A 
3/28/1989 A 
3/29/1989 A 
4/03/1989 B 
4/03/1989 B 
4/04/1989 D 
4/07/1989 D 
4/10/1989 C 



N P75 
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N L40 
N A76 
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N P38 
N P75 
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N C52 
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VICTORY IN HAND, DUKE TAKES DAY OFF 

CARLESIMO! SETON HALL, DUKE TEAMS SIMILAR, THOUGH FERRY IS EXCEPTION 

SNYDER KEEPS BLUE DEVILS FOCUSED ON GOAL 

NCCU'S CHAMPIONSHIP COULD BE FIRST OF TWO 

GIVE CREDIT TO PAIR OF ADS FOR AIDING DUKE, SETON HALL 

DEVILS HEAD FOR SEATTLE 

FINAL FOUR COACHES HEAP ON THE PRAISE 

TAKE ME HOME... DUKE'S SNYDER YEARNED FOR RETURN TO SEATTLE... 

'TYPICAL' RAINY DAY GREETS BLUE DEVILS UPON ARRIVAL 

BASKETBALL MAY SHORTEN MEETING 

OFF TO THE SEMIFINALS 

PHIL HENDERSON IS DUKE'S SECRET WEAPON 

THIS EMERALD CITY IS MINUS A WIZARD 

FINAL FOUR NOTEBOOK: DEVILS' LUCKY 7? 

FINAL FOUR NOTEBOOK: DEVILS' LUCKY 7? 

THIS IS THE BIG TIME/BILL KING'S JOURNAL 

HOOPLA FOR DUKE; Z-MAN IS A MAJOR PRACTITIONER OF DUKE DEVILIRIUM 

WANT TO FLY TO SEATTLE? GOT $1,600? HELL. MAYBE 

TALK ALONG THE HIGHWAYS, BYWAYS MOSTLY 'FINAL FOUR' 

DURHAM CABLEVISION TAKING PRECAUTIONS FOR GAME 

THE FINAL FOUR... DEVILS FOCUSED ON TOP PRIZE 

THE FINAL FOUR... BLUE DEVILS HAVE FERRY, EXPERIENCE ON THEIR SIDE 

WATCHING AND WAITING 

GAME MAY SPUR COUNCIL 

SETON HALL'S CARLESIMO HAS PAID HIS DUES 

BLUE DEVILS NOT BEST TALKERS AT THIS FINAL FOUR 

DUKE FAVORED, BUT SETON HALL IS NO PUSHOVER 

PLAYERS ENDURE THE JITTERS/BILLY KING'S JOURNAL 

FINAL FOUR NOTEBOOK: BENDER LEAVING? 

FINAL FOUR NOTEBOOK: BENDER LEAVING? 

IT'S OVER; SETON HALL DUMPS DUKE, 95-78/AND DESPONDENT FANS SEEK WAYS... 

IT'S OVER; SETON HALL DUMPS DUKE, 95-78/AND DESPONDENT FANS SEEK WAYS... 

SOUVENIR SALES TRACK BASKETBALL FORTUNES 

SETON HALL DECKS DUKE, ALTHOUGH BIG ONE GOT AWAY, TRIO LEAVES WINNING... 

SETON HALL DECKS DUKE; DOWN BY 18, PIRATES RALLY LEAVES BLUE DEVILS... 

THE RISE AND FALL OF ROBERT BRICKEY 

BAD COMBINATION DEFEATS BLUE DEVILS 

BAD COMBINATION DEFEATS BLUE DEVILS 

PIRATES, WOLVERINES CHASE TITLE 

DUKE STUDENTS IN DARK-BLUE MOOD AS SCHOOL BOWS OUT OF FINAL FOUR 

GREENE SPLITS FERRY AND SNYDER... 

BLUE DEVILS MIGHT HAVE BEEN CHAMPS 

SETON HALL 'WEAPONS' STUN DEVILS 

CARLESIMO BASKS IN FINAL FOUR GLOW 

TITLE GAME: IT'S TALENT VS. WORK ETHIC 

FINAL FOUR NOTEBOOK 

FINAL FOUR NOTEBOOK 

'THE END' BRINGS RELIEF 

WOLVERINES WIN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP; TITLE IN HAND, FISHER'S FATE... 

ROBINSON'S FREE THROWS GIVE FISHER SIXTH WIN, TITLE 

WOLVERINES NIP SETON HALL TO WIN IT ALL 

ROBINSON GRABS THE CHAMPIONSHIP 

FINAL FOUR NOTEBOOK: NO CINDERELLAS 

FINAL FOUR NOTEBOOK: NO CINDERELLAS 

A SEASON OF MEMORIES/BILLY KING'S JOURNAL 

DURHAM IS CITY OF CHAMPIONS 

FROM MIKE TO DUKE FANS: I LOVE YOU 

WHOOPS MAY BE OVER BUT NOT NET HOOPLA: JUST WHICH ARE DUKE'S? 

ROBINSON'S CINDERELLA STORY ONE FOR THE FINAL FOUR BOOKS 

FINAL FOUR CLASSIC LOWERED CURTAIN ON '80S 

FINAL FOUR CLASSIC LOWERED CURTAIN ON '80S 

FANS GREET DUKE TEAM 

TRUE BLUE 

SEATTLE'S FINAL FOUR FEVER FINALLY COOLS DOWN 

JUST WAIT UNTIL NEXT YEAR 

DUKE PLAYERS WINNERS DESPITE FINAL FOUR LOSS 

HEART FOR DEVILS 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, LACROSSE 

TAR HEELS, TERPS GET LACROSSE BIDS; DEVILS MISS CUT 



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H 


2 


4/02/1989 A 


1 P N K65 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 A 


2 P N C47 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 C 


1 P U M14 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 C 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 C 


2 P P S73 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 C 


2 P N C52 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 C 


2 P N M14 


H 


2 


4/03/1989 B 


2 P N C52 


S 


2 


4/03/1989 A 


1 P N A76 


S 


2 


4/03/1989 D 


1 P P S73 


S 


2 


4/03/1989 D 


2 P U F25 


s 


2 


4/03/1989 D 


3 P U D18 


s 


2 


4/03/1989 D 


4 P N D18 


s 


2 


4/03/1989 D 


5 P N F25 


s 


2 


4/03/1989 D 


6 P N D18 


s 


2 


4/03/1989 D 


6 P N F25 


s 


2 


4/03/1989 D 


9 P F 


H 


2 


4/04/1989 D 


1 P U M14 


H 


2 


4/04/1989 D 


1 P N C52 


s 


2 


4/04/1989 D 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


4/04/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


S 


2 


4/04/1989 D 


1 P N D18 


S 


2 


4/04/1989 D 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


4/04/1989 D 


2 P F 


S 


2 


4/04/1989 D 


6 U A76 


H 


2 


4/05/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


4/05/1989 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


4/05/1989 D 


1 P U M14 


H 


2 


4/05/1989 D 


3 N C52 


H 


2 


4/05/1989 D 


3 N M14 


S 


2 


4/05/1989 A 


1 P N A76 


S 


2 


4/05/1989 C 


1 P P T44 


S 


2 


4/05/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


S 


2 


4/05/1989 D 


1 U F25 


S 


2 


4/06/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/07/1989 A 


4 E 



H 2 5/15/1989 B 3 N C52 



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NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, PROBATION AND SANCTIONS 
SEE ALSO N.C. STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL, PROBATION 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, SCANDALS 

WOLFPACK GETS 2-YEAR PROBATION 

N.C. STATE PUT ON 2- YEAR PROBATION 

PACK SERIOUS ABOUT ENDING THIS 'TRADITION* 

VALVANO! LIFE WITHOUT NCAA TOURNEY HURTS 

N.C. STATE MOVES HELP REDUCE NCAA PENALTY 

A DARK DAY AT N.C. STATE 

WOLFPACK GETS OFF EASY 

MAN BEHIND SCENE/DURHAM NATIVE SPARKED PROBE OF NCSU 

MARYLAND FIGURES TO DRAW TOUGH PENALTIES 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, PROPOSITION 48 
SEE PROPOSITION 48 AND 42 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, SOCCER (MEN) 
DEVILS FACE GAMECOCKS IN NCAA SOCCER 
DEVILS BITE DUST IN 'CLASSIC BATTLE 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, WRESTLING 
WYLAND, STOKES FALL ONE SHORT OF NCAA TITLES 



NATIONAL COMMISSION ON AIR QUALITY 
SEE AIR QUALITY 

NATIONAL CONGRESS FOR COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DEVELOPMENT TO HIGHLIGHT N.C. PROJECTS 
BARDACK! HUD'S CLIENT IS THE POOR 

NATIONAL CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 

HELMS ADS USE FEAR FOR POLITICAL GOALS 

NATIONAL CONSORTIUM OF SPECIALIZED SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF SCIENCE, MATH... 
NATIONAL SCIENCE CONSORTIUM STARTS TODAY IN DURHAM 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES „.„,,„ 
HATCHER ERODES FAITH OF COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, POLITICIANS 
DURHAM WOMAN RECEIVES HONOR 

NATIONAL DEBT 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, U.S. 
SEE ALSO U.S., BUDGET 

*&flfg iBi6lTV&?S8»T OR TERMITE IN THE BASEMEN 

NATIONAL DEFENSE ..... ,,.- 

TRIANGLE TO DISCUSS POLICY ON DEFENSE 

NATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK (SEE NAMES OF INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
SEE AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK 

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS 
SEE ALSO ARTS, U.S. 
SEN. HELMS AND THE JERKS 
PUBLIC'S ATTITUDES, TASTE IGNORED 
CONGRESS SHOULDN'T BE ART CRITIC FOR NATION 

T^S WORK ftTTQFIS TO EMBODY AMERICA'S ARROGANT, NEANDERTHAL... (CARTOON) 

NO EFFORT ORGANIZED YET TO OPPOSE HELMS' ART BILL 

MARSICANO: 'PEER-REVIEW* MAY NEED REVAMPING 

FIGHT OVER ARTS FUNIS LONG WAY FROM END 

BACK TO STANDARD OF DECENCY 

ART AND THE WRONG MESSAGE apit „ ^^ 

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



2 12/12/1989 A 
2 12/13/1989 A 
2 12/13/1989 D 
2 12/13/1989 D 
2 12/13/1989 A 
2 12/13/1989 D 
2 12/14/1989 A 
2 12/14/1989 C 
2 12/14/1989 C 



1 P N D18 
1 P N M64 
1 U M88 
1 P N M88 
4 E 
1 U D18 
4 E 
1 P Q M88 
1 N 



2 11/07/1989 B 4 P N F95 
2 11/13/1989 B 2 P N 



H 2 3/19/1989 C 12 N MM 



H 2 10/10/1989 B 1 N C40 
S 2 10/13/1989 A 1 P N E33 



S 2 8/29/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 4/28/1989 A 11 N 

S 2 1/24/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 11/17/1989 C 5 N 

H 2 10/29/1989 D 1 C U 

S 2 2/06/1989 A 1 N M06 



H 


2 5/31/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 7/24/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 8/01/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/03/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/13/1989 D 


4 T T C50 


S 


2 8/19/1989 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 8/19/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 10/03/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/07/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 10/28/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 11/03/1989 C 


1 N B71 



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HIS CHAGRIN SAVES US HONEY 

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER 
SEE ALSO N.C. HUMANITIES COMMITTEE 
SUMMER STUDY GRANT HONORS TEEN WRITER 

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 
NEW NFL POLICY COULD RID FOOTBALL OF STEROIDS 
NFL EXHIBITION FIRST STEP TOWARD GAINING EXPANSION TEAM 
SUPERMAN MAKES APPEARANCE IN RALEIGH 
SELLOUT BOOSTS CAROLINAS' NFL BID 

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE DRAFT 

MASSEY SUDDENLY HOT NFL DRAFT PROSPECT 
EAGLES' MASSEY PROJECTED AS TOP TRIANGLE DRAFT PICK 
FOR N.C. CNETRAL'S MASSEY, WAIT PROVED WORTHWHILE 
SELECTION BY PACKERS DILWEG'S DREAM COME TRUE 
ACC, N.C. DRAFT SELECTIONS 

NATIONAL FORUM OF BLACK PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 
BOND TO LEAD GROUP OF BLACK OFFICIALS 

NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART (WASHINGTON, D.C.) 
SEE ALSO ARTS, U.S. 
EARLY CEZANNE: GREATNESS AMONG TRIALS AND ERRORS 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE 

MAP PUBLISHER DECRIES CURRENT STATE Of STUDENTS' GEOGRAPHICAL KNOWLEDGE 
THE MIRACLE Of LEARNING, AND PEOPLE WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE 

NATIONAL GUARD, N.C. 

SEE N.C. NATIONAL GUARD 

NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES 

SEE ALSO N.C. HUMANITIES COMMITTEE 
HUMANITIES CENTER GRANT TO AID SCHOLARS 
HUMANITIES CENTER TO PRESENT RADIO SHOWS ON CIVIL RIGHTS 
WAYNE POND A DISC JOCKEY AT HOME WITH ESOTERIC TOPICS 
TEACHERS GIVE UP LAZY DAYS FOR SUMMER SEMINARS 
AUTHOR, EX-RESIDENT EVANS FEATURED ON RADIO SHOW 'SOUNDINGS' 

NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER, DIRECTOR 
HUMANITIES CENTER PRESIDENT NAMED 
HUMANITIES CENTER INSTALLS NEW DIRECTOR 
CLASSICS PROFESSOR 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES (RP) 

RESEARCH PARK CONFERENCE TO OFFER NEW EVIDENCE ON TOXIC LEVELS OF LEAD 

TIGHTER LEAD EXPOSURE STANDARDS STUDIED 

DURHAM INSTITUTE HELPING TO BRING FEDERAL CONTRACTS TO N.C. BUSINESSES 

TYLENOL LINK TO CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IS RED FLAG— DOCTOR 

NIEHS PLANS NEW BUILDINGS IN PARK 

INSTITUTE DIRECTOR HONORED BY FINLAND 

7 PRIVATE INCINERATORS BURN NUCLEAR WASTE 

EXPANSION IN RTP 

RTP HEALTH FACILITY MAY GET FUNDING 

RTP HEALTH FACILITY MAY GET FUNDING 

2 NEW NIEHS BUILDINGS GET HOUSE PANEL BOOST 

WELCOMING COMMITTEE 

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

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

MINED NAMED GRANTS MANAGEMENT CHIEF 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH 

UNC NURSING SCHOOL AWARDED NIH GRANT 

DUKE GETS RECORD NUMBER OF GRANTS FROM U.S. AGENCY 



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H 2 12/30/1989 A 4 E 



S 2 4/14/1989 A 8 P N 



S 2 3/24/1989 A 

H 2 5/04/1989 D 

H 2 8/21/1989 A 

S 2 8/21/1989 D 



4 E 
1 N C49 

1 U M88 
3 P U P52 



4/19/1989 D 
4/23/1989 C 
4/24/1989 D 
4/25/1989 B 
4/25/1989 B 



U D18 
N P75 
N P75 
N C52 
N 



S 2 4/24/1989 A 6 P N H65 



H 2 4/14/1989 D 5 P R G68 



CHH 1 4/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/30/1989 A 



3 P N S17 
3 U 



s 


2 1/16/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 2/14/1989 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 3/27/1989 B 


5 P N K65 


H 


2 7/07/1989 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 12/01/1989 C 


3 


N K65 


H 


2 4/14/1989 C 


1 P N K65 


H 


2 10/21/1989 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 12/10/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 1/07/1989 B 


4 


N R80 


H 


2 1/10/1989 C 


2 


N K65 


H 


2 3/16/1989 A 


10 


N K65 


H 


2 5/13/1989 C 


18 


N K65 


H 


2 5/24/1989 C 


10 


N K65 


H 


2 6/15/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 6/25/1989 A 


1 


1 N K65 


H 


2 7/26/1989 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 7/27/1989 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 7/27/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 8/01/1989 B 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 8/04/1989 C 


3 P P S76 


H 


2 9/18/1989 B 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 10/21/1989 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 12/31/1989 D 


7 


N 



CHH 1 5/14/1989 A 11 N 
S 2 8/02/1989 B 1 N 



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NATIONAL JUNIOR OLYMPICS 
SEE ALSO TRACK 
JUNIOR OLYMPIC THIRST 
UP AND AWAY 

CHAPEL HILL TO HOST 1991 JUNIOR OLYMPICS 
•STAR ATHLETES' ARE DEDICATED TO MAKING TRACK BETTER FOR YOUTH 

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD 
SEE ALSO UNIONS, U.S. 
HELMS ENDORSES NCCU GRADUATE FOR LABOR POST 



H 2 6/04/1989 B 
H 2 6/04/1989 C 
H 2 12/01/1989 B 
CHH 1 12/02/1989 A 



1 P P S73 
1 P P 573 
1 N B40 
6 U 



NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES 

HOWES TO HEAD ADVISORY GROUP 

NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK 

LIBRARIES HOPE WEEK SPREADS THEIR MISSION 

'MAKE WAY FOR DUCKLINGS!' 

SIXTH-GRADERS SUCCEED IN STUMPING LIBRARIANS 

PLAYERS TELL STUDENTS TO GET 'ON THE BALL* AND READ 

NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARS M 

EIGHT HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WIN ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 
12 DURHAM STUDENTS WIN NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 
20 STUDENTS GET MERIT CORP. MONEY 
20 TRIANGLE STUDENTS RECEIVE MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 
FIVE WIN MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 
STUDENTS FROM DURHAM WIN MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 
PREP COURSE FOUNDER CLAIMS GENDER BIAS EVIDENT IN SAT EXAM 
SEMIFINALISTS SELECTED FOR MERIT SCHOLARSHISPS 
MERIT CORP. NAMES AREA SEMIFINALISTS 

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT 

SEE ALSO CRIME PREVENTION 

•NIGHT OUT' TO BE NATIONAL ANTI-CRIME EVENT 

'NATIONAL NIGHT OUT' 

DURHAM RESIDENTS SAY 'NO' TO CRIME 

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN 

NOW SUBPOENAS ABORTION PROTESTER 

NATIONAL PRESS FOUNDATION 

N.C. NATIVE RECEIVES TOP AWARD FROM NATIONAL PRESS FOUNDATION 

NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO 

SEE ALSO RADIO 

WAYNE POND A DISC JOCKEY AT HOME WITH ESOTERIC TOPICS 

NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 

SEE ALSO ARCHITECTURE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, HISTORIC DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF DURHAM 
HISTORIC ELIGIBILITY OF LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL STUDIED 
LOWE'S GROVE CAMPUS DECLARED ELIGIBLE FOR HISTORIC REGISTER 

NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO GUN CONTROL 
SEE ALSO GUNS 

HI THERE! I SUPPORT TH' NRA BECAUSE THEY FIGHT FER MY RIGHT... (CARTOON) 

CARTOON UNFAIR TO NRA 

BUSH, NRA MAY FACE AMUSING CONFRONTATION 

OUST-BUSH CAMPAIGN ABSURD ^ _. _ 

»A MATTER OF COMMON SENSE '/RESEARCHER RESPONDS TO LOBBYING CRY OF NRA 

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION 

EILBER NAMED DIRECTOR OF U.S. SCIENCE PROGRAM 

MUSEUM IN DURHAM GETS GRANT 

PRICE CO-SPONSORS SCHOLARSHIP ACT 

DUKE RESEARCH CENTER GETS *500,000 GRANT FROM LILLY CO. 

UNIVERSITIES SEEKING LASER-RESEARCH GRANT 



S 2 5/09/1989 A 11 N 
CHH 1 10/24/1989 A 3 N 



S 2 4/10/1989 C 1 P N H65 

S 2 4/14/1989 C 1 P P S76 

H 2 4/15/1989 C 6 N 

S 2 4/18/1989 D 4 P U A76 



H 2 3/23/1989 C 6 N 

H 2 4/13/1989 B 10 N 

S 2 4/26/1989 A 10 N 

H 2 4/28/1989 C 16 N 

H 2 5/10/1989 C 4 N 

S 2 5/18/1989 C 1 N 

CHH 1 6/03/1989 A 3 N 

H 2 9/16/1989 D 6 N 

S 2 9/21/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 7/29/1989 C 
H 2 8/09/1989 C 
S 2 8/09/1989 B 



CHH 1 1/05/1989 A 
H 2 2/24/1989 C 



2 N 

2 P P S73 
1 P N B53 



3 N S17 
3 N 



H 2 3/27/1989 B 5 P N K65 



2/22/1989 C 
4/27/1989 B 



P N K65 
N K65 



H 
H 
S 

H 
CHH 



S 
S 

CHH 

H 

H 



3/16/1989 
3/28/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/25/1989 
10/21/1989 



4 T T C50 
4 L 
4 E 
4 E 
3 N S17 



1/27/1989 A 
4/14/1989 A 
4/24/1989 A 
5/20/198? C 
8/22/1989 B 



N S92 
N H65 
N 
N 
N C60 



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NATIONAL SECURITY 

SEE ALSO MILITARY, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO SECURITY SYSTEMS 
SEE ALSO STEALTH PROGRAM 

U.S.-SOVIET SECURITY MUST BE MUTUAL 

TRIANGLE GROUP PARTICIPATES IN NATIONAL SECURITY FORUM 

TRIANGLE RESIDENTS HOPE FOR MILITARY CUTS 

NATIONAL TEACHERS EXAMINATION 
SEE ALSO TEACHER EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, U.S. 
94X OF NCCU STUDENTS PASS TEACHER'S EXAM 

NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD 
SEE ALSO SAFETY 
AGING SCHOOL BUSES IN STATE'S FLEET ON UAY OUT 
AGING SCHOOL BUSES IN STATE'S FLEET ON UAY OUT 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, WEATHER FORECASTS 
SEE ALSO WEATHER, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO WEATHER, N.C. 
SEE ALSO WEATHER, U.S. 

OUTLOOK BLEAK FOR SNOW SHOVEL SALES AND POLAR BEARS 

NCSU PROF URGES BETTER STORM PLAN 

STUDY! OLD RADAR NEEDS REPLACING 

C ONGRE SSMEN DECRY RADAR FUNDING 

BETTER WEATHER RADAR NEEDED, WITNESSES SAY 

RDU SCHEDULED FOR NEW RADAR IN DEC. 1992 

GOVERNMENT DELINQUENT IN PAYING DURHAM BILL 

SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATION HALTS ELECTRICAL STORM 

POLAR AIR SET TO NESTLE IN TRIANGLE FOR EXTRA-COLD MONTH OF DECEMBER 

NATIONAL WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, POLITICIANS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS 
WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS TARGETS N.C. LEGISLATURE 

NATIVITY SCENE 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS 
COURT'S SYMBOL RULE CONFUSING 



CHH 1 1/02/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/19/1989 A 
S 2 3/20/1989 A 



NATURAL GAS, EXPLORATION 
SEE ALSO OIL EXPLORATION 

INSIGHT/A QUESTION OF BALANCE; PROPOSED GAS SEARCH OFF TAR HEEL COAST... H 

DRILLING DELAY COULD SAVE N.C. COASTLINE S 

COMPROMISE PLAN CAN PROTECT N.C. COASTLINE S 

OIL COMPANIES MAY DRILL HERE S 



NATURAL GAS, RATES 

SEE ALSO HEATING FUEL PRICES 
SEE ALSO UTILITY RATES 

NATURAL GAS RATE INCREASE IS REQUESTED 

NATURAL GAS RATE INCREASES PROPOSED 

AN END TO MEDDLING 

NATURAL GAS LEAKS 
SEE GAS LEAK 

NATURAL GAS PIPELINES 

CP&L SHOULD BEHAVE ITSELF IN CHATHAM 

NATURAL HELPERS 

SEE ALSO PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO VOLUNTEERS, ORANGE COUNTY 
AIDS EDUCATION EFFORT TARGETS AT-RISK YOUNG BLACK WOMEN 
ADOPTION OF STUDENT-HELPING-STUDENT PROGRAM URGED 



2/05/1989 D 
2/18/1989 A 
8/08/1989 A 
9/13/1989 A 



4 P U 
1 P N R43 
1 P N M06 



S 2 4/07/1989 A 1 N B53 



H 2 3/30/1989 A 1 N A54 
H 2 3/30/1989 A 1 N H60 



CHH 1 


1/17/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


S 


2 


2/22/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


S 


2 


3/01/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


s 


2 


3/03/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


3/04/1989 A 


1 


N 046 


s 


2 


3/04/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 


7/22/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


S 


2 


7/29/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 12/15/1989 A 


1 


N H60 



H 2 8/04/1989 A 1 N 



H 2 8/01/1989 A 4 E 



1 D 
4 
4 
1 M 



F 
E 
E 
N C61 



2 4/08/1989 A 12 N 
2 6/20/1989 B 7 N 
2 7/05/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 1/11/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



7/15/1989 A 
8/05/1989 A 



3 P N S17 
2 N M25 



NATURAL INSECTICIDE 



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SEE ALSO INSECTICIDE 
SEE ALSO PESTICIDES 
ORIGINS OF INSECTS' NATURAL-REPELLENT PRODUCTION STUDIED BY DUKE,., 

NATURE HIKES 

SEE ALSO HIKING _„ 

GEORGE PYNE LIKES TO STOP AND SI-ELL THE WILD FLOWERS 

NAVELBINE (ANTI-CANCER DRUG) 

BURROUGHS, GLAXO TO MARKET 2 DRUGS 

THE NAVIGATOR: A MIDIEVAL ODYSSEY (FILM) 
VERILY, A WASTE OF TIME 

NAZI PARTY 

BLOODY ANNIVERSARY HITS HOME IN DURHAM 

NEAL MIDDLE SCHOOL (FORMERLY NEAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL) 
NEAL MIDDLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCES H0N0R-W3LL STUDENTS 
J.W. NEAL MIDDLE SCHOOL NAMES HONOR STUDENTS 
NEAL MIDDLE SCHOOL MATHCOUNTS COMPETITORS 
NAACP ASKS BOARD TO PUNISH PRINCIPAL 
NEAL MIDDLE SCHOOL LISTS HONOR STUDENTS 
STUDENTS! TELLING ON DRUG USERS RIGHT THING 
NEAL LISTS HONOR ROLLS 

NEAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

NEAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SEVENTH-GRADERS ARE CHAMPS... 
...AND SO ARE THE GIRLS! 

NEAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS, SOFTBALL 

NEAL MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS ARE CHAMPIONS 

NECESSARY LOSSES (BOOK) 

'LIFE GETS VERY LOGICAL WHEN YOU LOOK BACK' 

NECKTIES 
SEE TIES 

NEEDLES 

SEE ALSO SYRINGES 
DURHAM HEALTH DEPT. TO OFFER KITS FOR STERILIZING NEEDLES 
HEALTH OFFICE WANTS DRUG USERS TO BLEACH NEEDLES CLEAN 
CLEANING UP THE NEEDLES 

NEIGHBORHOOD ADVISERS PROJECT m t _ 
SEE ALSO COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 
COUNTY REACHES OUT TO SENIORS 

NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING SERVICES 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM 
OPEN HOUSE SET FOR EAST END CONDOS 
BANK LOAN EFFORT TARGETS INNER CITY 
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H 2 6/22/1989 C 16 N D80 

S 2 4/27/1989 D 2 F 

S 2 12/14/1989 A 1 N 

H 2 12/08/1989 D 25 R L59 

H 2 11/01/1989 A 1 D N S69 



S 2 2/03/1989 A 

S 2 3/04/1989 A 

H 2 3/11/1989 B 

H 2 4/07/1989 C 

S 2 5/17/1989 C 

H 2 6/27/1989 B 

S 2 7/28/1989 B 



S 2 3/21/1989 D 
S 2 3/21/1989 D 



S 2 5/23/1989 B 
H 2 3/12/1989 D 



9 N 
11 N 

1 P P T37 

1 N J40 
10 N 

1 P N BOS 

4 N 



4 P U A76 
4 P N A76 



4 P N A76 
3 P U H45 



H 


2 12/08/1989 A 


1 


N C60 


S 


2 12/08/1989 C 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 12/15/1989 A 


4 


E 



CHH 1 1/08/1989 A 2 N M20 



2 7/07/1989 C 
2 9/22/1989 C 
2 11/13/1989 A 



^ I GHBORHOODS 

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

SEE ALSO INTER-NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO NORTHGATE PARK NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION 
NINTH ST. - NEIGHBORHOOD WITHIN A CITY FACES CHANGE H 2 

THE (NEW) OLD NEIGHBORHOOD; CITIZENS BANDED, KEPT CREST STREET.. .INTACT H 2 

NELLO L. TEER CO. 

SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO KOPPERS CO. INC. 

PANEL WANTS MORE DATA ON OUARRY AGREEMENTS 

CITY OFFICIALS CONSIDER 2 SITES FOR RESERVOIRS 

TEER CO., LITERACY COUNCIL TO HELP WORKERS IMPROVE READING, WRITING 

TEER CO. HELPS BREAK NEW LITERACY GROUND 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



3/20/1989 A 
6/18/1989 E 



1/10/1989 C 
1/10/1989 A 
1/19/1989 A 
1/21/1989 A 



1 N 
1 N 
3 P T44 



6 P Q S56 
1 P F S56 



1 N S69 
1 M N H70 
12 P N C47 
4 E 






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CHEER ALLIANCE FOR LITERACY 

TEER SEEKS PERMIT TO END, CREATE QUARRY WETLANDS 

13-ACRE WETLANDS, FARM POND SOUGHT BY TEER FOR QUARRY 

♦2.5 MILLION TEER CO. SUIT AGAINST COUNTY POSTPONED 

PLANNERS RECOMMEND AGAINST ENVIRONTEK 

TEER WITHDRAWS SUIT AGAINST ORANGE CO. 

TEER SUES COUNTY FOR $5 MILLION 

COUNTY INSURANCE WOULD COVER ONLY $1 MILLION OF SUIT 

QUARRY HOPES CRUSHED 

1-85 WEIGH STATION CONTRACT AWARDED 

BOARD ACTION ENDS BID FOR ROCK QUARRY 

REJECTION URGED FOR TEER REQUEST 

RESIDENTS TURN OUT TO OPPOSE QUARRY 

TEER SEES NEGATE RESPONSE TO REQUEST 

10 NELLO TEER EMPLOYEES COMPLETE 10-WEEK LITERACY COUNCIL PROGRAM 

LITERACY PROGRAMS IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE 

TEER CO. TO DO GRADING AT SITE OF NEW SCHOOL 

OWASA ADDRESSES NELLO TEER PLANT CLOSING 

BOARD REJECTS QUARRY REQUEST 

TEER OFFICIALS LOOK FOR HELP FROM STUDY 

NEON SCULPTURE 

SEE ALSO SCULPTURE 
NOE'S NEONj UNC ARTIST NOE BLENDS SCULPTURE, TECHNOLOGY 

NEON SIGNS 

COPYTRON FILES SUIT OVER NEON SIGN LAW 

COPYTRON FILES SUIT OVER NEON SIGN LAW 

NEON LIGHT SUIT STILL TURNED ON 

NEON SIGN LIMITS GET SUPPORT 

PLANNERS NIX NEON 

TAYLOR TURNS THUMBS DOWN ON NEON SIGNS 

NEON SIGNS SPARK DEBATE 

BE 'OPEN' TO NEON COMPROMISE 

TOWN MANAGER CHANGES TUNE ON NEON SIGNS 

NEON NONSENSE CONTINUES 

STUDENT GROUP MIMICS TOWN COUNCIL 

NEON SIGN DECISION DELAYED 

NEON SIGN VOTE SET FOR MONDAY MEETING 

NEON BECOMES 'INERT' ISSUE 

NEPOTISM 

QUESTIONS RAISED ON LEGISLATORS' KIN WORKING FOR STATE 
WIDER REPORTING RULES WOULD REASSURE CITIZENS 

NEPTUNE 

MUSEUM OFFERS NASA'S LIVE NEPTUNE SHOW 



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I T 


N E 


E 




L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C 


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H 2 


1/24/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 2 


3/10/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


H 2 


3/11/1989 C 


1 


N A54 


CHH 1 


3/12/1989 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


4/25/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


4/28/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


4/29/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


5/17/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


6/03/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


8/28/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


8/29/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


8/30/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


H 2 


9/08/1989 B 


1 P N C47 


S 2 


9/08/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 2 


9/11/1989 C 


1 


N S92 


CHH 1 


9/16/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


9/20/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


11/24/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


H 2 


2/24/1989 D 


9 P F M60 


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 


2/17/1989 A 


3 


N M70 


CHH 1 


3/11/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


3/17/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


3/21/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


3/22/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


4/08/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


4/12/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


4/12/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


6/10/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


6/17/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


5/19/1989 C 


2 


N 


S 2 


5/24/1989 A 


4 


E 



H 2 8/15/1989 B 14 N 



THE NERD (PLAY) 

THERE'S NOT ENOUGH ORIGINALITY IN RALEIGH LITTLE THEATER'S 'NERD' 
V.C. ROGERS IS STAND OUT IN NERDY 'NERD' 

NETWORKING 

NETWORKING: FOR SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS, IT ISN'T SELLING... 
COMMUNICATIONS CONSULTANT OFFERS TIPS ON '90-SECOND HONEYMOON' 

NEW AGE RELIGION 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 
THE NEW AGE OF INTOLERANCE 

NEW ALLIANCE PARTY 

LUMUMBA TO FIGHT FOR HIS CANDIDACY 
LUMUMBA RIPS NEWSPAPER, 'WHITE MAN'S COURT' 
CANDIDATE SAYS HIS NEW NAME A LESSER ISSUE 

NEW BEGINNINGS PREGNANCY COUNSELING SERVICES 
SEE ALSO ABORTION 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 
SEE ALSO PRO-LIFE MOVEMENT 
PREGNANCY COUNSELING CENTER OPENS DOORS 



2 9/12/1989 A 
2 9/14/1989 D 



2 7/24/1989 A 
2 8/06/1989 D 



S 2 8/09/1989 A 
H 2 8/10/1989 C 
S 2 8/10/1989 C 



R P10 
R B77 



6 P N S56 
8 P N K65 



H 2 2/04/1989 A 4 E 



1 P N M06 
1 P N R63 
1 P N M06 



CHH 1 8/20/1989 A 3 N H90 



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P P — DATE — C -TO L P BYL 



THE NEW DAY*. THEN AND NOW 

SEE ALSO CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT _ 

RIGHTS ACT IN *64: DURHAM'S BREAM ON PAPER/THE NEW DAY - THEN 4 NOW 
S0€ SEE GAINS Of 1964 ACT ERODING 
DURHAM ACTIVISM BEGAN BEFORE 1960 
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT CULMINATION OF FOUR YEARS OF EFFORT 

NEW DURHAM PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C. 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, IMAGE 
CRANFORD RECEIVES AWARD (CORRECTION PRINTED 3-16-89) 

NATIONAL HOME CARE WEEK 

PRICE TO MARK HOME CARE WEEK 

fcEU HOPE CHURCH ROAD 

BOARD MAY DROP PLANS FOR NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (CORRECTED 2-28-39) 

CORRECTION 

NEW HOPE ZONING MEETS OPPOSITION 

TRAFFIC, SAFETY CONCERN NEIGHBORS OF SCHOOL SITE 

COUNTY NAMES RESTRICTING COMMITTEE 

SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES MODEL SCHOOL AGREEMENT 

SCHOOL LOOKING AT ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM 

LUNSFORD SET TO REPORT ON NEW SCHOOL'S UATER 

BOARD REJECTS QUARRY REQUEST 

TEER OFFICIALS LOOK FOR HELP FROM STUDY 

COMMISSIONER SAYS 'MESSAGE* SENT TO COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

BOARD APPROVES NEW HOPE EXPANSION 

NEW HOPE CREEK 
STREAM'S UP! 
THE CALL OF THE WATER 

LAND CONSERVANCY PLANS WALK ALONG NEW HOPE CREEK 
640-ACRE TRACT MARKED FOR OPEN SPACE 
LAND ACQUISITION UP FOR BOARD REVIEW 

NEW HOPE GROUP TO HOLD MEETING „_ 

NEW HOPE CREEK FLOODPLAINS TARGET FOR PRESERVATION AMONG DEVELOPMENT 
TOWN OKS OPEN SPACE STUDY FUNDS 

NEW HOPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (ORANGE COUNTY, N.C.) 
CHANGE LIKELY IN PLANS FOR NEW HOPE SCHOOL 

NEW HOPE IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION 

WEATHER BRINGS OUT TURKEY RUNNERS 

NEW JERSEY 

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

NEW MEXICO 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF NEW MEXICO 
NEW MEXICO GROUP SEEKS N.C. SECRETS 
NEW MEXICO PAYS A VISIT 

NEW PERFORMING DANCE CO. 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
DANCE COMPANY BEGINS SPRING CONCERT PROGRAM 
CHOREOGRAPHER'S INTENT IS SERIOUS 
NEW PERFORMING 'S DANCE INVIGORATING AND EXASPERATING 
DANCERS PERFORM SOME INNOVATIVE LIFTS 
CAPTION CORRECTED 
DANCERS GET MAXIMUM OUT OF MINIMALIST WORKS 

NEW PLAYS RISING 

SEE ALSO PLAYWRIGHTS, N.C. 

•FESTIVAL OF ONE-ACTS' UNEVEN, BUT PROMISING 

NEW POTATO CABOOSE (BAND) 

THE LITTLE CABOOSE THAT COULD 
GOOD ROCK, WITH INFLUENCE 



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 



S 2 3/15/1989 A 1 P N M06 



CHH 1 11/24/1989 A 3 N 



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



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



2/26/1989 

2/28/1989 

3/02/1989 

4/09/1989 

4/14/1989 

6/21/1989 

6/24/1989 

6/26/1989 

9/20/1989 

11/24/1989 

12/07/1989 

12/21/1989 



3/01/1989 
3/01/1989 
3/31/1989 
4/06/1989 
5/07/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/26/1989 
9/26/1989 



3 

2 

3 
1 

10 
3 
3 

3 
3 

1 
1 
3 



N M25 
N 
N 

N M20 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N 



P L38 
P L38 
N 

N M70 
N 
N 

N C60 
N M70 



CHH 1 12/19/1989 A 3 N M20 
S 2 12/05/1989 D 4 N M06 
H 2 1/19/1989 B 2 P N 



2 1/11/1989 C 
2 1/16/1989 A 



5/11/1989 B 
5/11/1989 D 
5/16/1989 B 
5/18/1989 B 
5/25/1989 D 
10/10/1989 A 



W66 
B71 
M31 
B71 

L59 



H 2 4/19/1989 C 3 R M31 



7/28/1989 D 
7/28/1989 D 



1 P P 
8 P F W66 



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NEW RIVER 

UNIQUE NEW RIVER NEEDS HELP — NOW 

NEW YEAR'S DAY 

NEW YEAR'S ROSY AHERICANS 

RAINY RUN FOR FUN 

CARY COUPLE'S 'TARDY' ARRIVAL BECOMES DURHAM'S 1ST OF '89 

NEW YEAR'S HOLIDAY MEANS SHORT WEEK FOR MANY 

MOST CITY OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED NEW YEAR'S DAY 

NEW YEAR'S EVE 

PRE-PARTY SHOPPING 

HOLIDAY WEEKENDS KILL TAR HEELS 

TROOPERS NAB FEWER FOR WEEKEND DWI 

CATCHING UP ON NEW YEAR'S EVE 

KICK UP YOUR HEELS— HIGH OR OTHERWISE/NEW YEAR'S EVE 

NEW YEAR'S PEEVE 

A 'FUNKY PARTY HOST' FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE/ JOHNNY QUEST 

ADIEU TO THE '80S; BONJOUR TO THE '90S/NEW YEAR'S EVE 

NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS 

NEW YEAR'S JUST ANOTHER DAY, RESOLUTIONS-WISE 
SOME RESOLUTIONS AREN'T JUST TRASH 
LIFESTYLE CHANGE IS BEST WAY TO DIET 

NEW YORK CARPET WORLD 

NEW YORK CARPET WORLD (AD) 

NEW YORK CITY 

SEE ALSO MUSEUM OF MODERN ART 
NEW YORK-STYLED RUDENESSi STATE'S ASSEMBLY MEMBERS... TRASH REAGAN 
KEEP IT UP NAWTH 
ON PERM/WENT DISPLAY 

NEW YORK JETS 

SUPERMAN MAKES APPEARANCE IN RALEIGH 

FRIZZELL ENJOYS HOMECOMING DESPITE LOSS 

NEW YORK JETS' QUARTERBACK KYLE MACKEY ROLLS OUT OF THE POCKET.,. 

SELLOUT BOOSTS CAROLINAS' NFL BID 

NEW YORK METS 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
METS' DARLING SERVES NOTICE WITH FIVE FLAWLESS INNINGS 
VIOLA IS GOOD, BUT METS' WAIT MAY BE COSTLY 

NEW YORK STORIES (FILM) 

'NEW YORK' ADDS UP TO LESS THAN ITS PARTS 



CHH 1 7/22/1989 A 4 E 



NEW YORK TIMES (NEWSPAPER) 

PRESS NEGLECTS WATCHDOG ROLE 

NEW YORK VOICES (SINGING GROUP) 
NEW YORK VOICES IN CONCERT 



LEWIS 



NEW YORK YANKEES 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
BOBBY BROWER LOVES BEING A YANKEE 
FOR BROWER, TRADE TO YANKEES PROVIDES OPPORTUNITY 
PROFESSIONAL SPORTS JOBS OFTEN SHORT-LIVED 

NEW ZEALAND 

FRIENDSHIP FORCE ORGANIZING TWO-WEEK TRIP TO NEW ZEALAND 

NEWARK DANCE THEATER 

JAZZ WIND BLOWS IN WITH 2 DANCE TROUPES 

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

DANCES OFFER MOVING HISTORY 



H 

H 
S 
S 
H 


2 1/01/1989 D 
2 1/02/1989 B 
2 1/02/1989 C 
2 12/30/1989 C 
2 12/31/1989 B 


4 E 
1 P P S73 
1 P N M06 
1 N 
1 N 


H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 


2 1/01/1989 C 
2 1/02/1989 A 
2 1/02/1989 A 
2 1/10/1989 B 
2 12/22/1989 D 
2 12/28/1989 B 
2 12/29/1989 D 
2 12/29/1989 D 


3 P P S73 

4 E 

1 N B53 

1 P U W15 

20 P F M60 

1 N B53 

4 P F B71 

5 P I M60 



H 2 1/01/1989 C 1 P N S69 
CHH 1 1/04/1989 A 8 U 
S 2 12/27/1989 B 1 D N 



S 2 4/19/1989 E 10 A 



H 2 2/16/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 3/02/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 9/10/1989 E 1 P F P10 



H 2 8/21/1989 A 1 U M88 

H 2 8/21/1989 B 2 P N M88 

S 2 8/21/1989 D 1 P P C45 

S 2 8/21/1989 D 3 P U P52 



H 2 3/29/1989 D 1 P U P75 
S 2 8/04/1989 D 1 P U D18 



H 2 3/17/1989 D 3 P R S66 
CHH 1 4/19/1989 A 7 N 
CHH 1 10/24/1989 A 10 P P 



S 2 3/30/1989 B 1 N P52 
H 2 4/01/1989 D 1 P U P75 
S 2 8/23/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 4/13/1989 C 16 N 



2 6/23/198? C 
2 6/23/1989 C 
2 6/24/1989 A 



3 R L59 
1 P F B71 
8 P R B71 



NEWS AND OBSERVER 



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SEE ALSO RALEIGH TIMES (NEUSPAPER) 
STUDENT SUES FOR LIBEL 
RALEIGH PAPER TO SELL 5 S.C. NEWSPAPERS 
UNC CLARIFIES NEWSPAPER SALES POLICY 
S.C. NEJSPAPERS DEAL REACHED 
THE RALEIGH TIMES WILL STOP PUBLICATION 

NEWS OF ORANGE COUNTY (NEWSPAPER) 
WEEKLY HAS NEW MANAGING EDITOR 
NEWS OF ORANGE CO. FIRES ROLLANB WRENN 

NEWS STORIES, 1988, CHAPEL HILL __„ 

NEWS OF 1988 - FROM WATER TO WADDELL/SUNDAY FOCUS 
ON THE SPOT! FIRE, CRIME, THE KLAN __ >m 

NUDE BASKETBALL, DOG VOMIT, 6,179 PENNIES - ODDITIES OF 1988 
PICTURES 1988 
PICTURES 1988 
PICTURES 1988 
PICTURES 1988 

NEWS STORIES, 1988, DURHAM 

THE YEAR OF 1988! FOR DURHAM, THE TRIANGLE... 

1988'S GOOD NEWS INCLUDED VISIT TO DURHAM STUDEBAKER FARM 

MURDER IN 1988 - DOWN IN CITY, UP IN COUNTY 

ANOTHER YEAR NOTED __ „ _ „ .„ 

NRBQ, RICE, HAVENS MADE ROCK MEMORIES IN '88 

f€WS STORIES, 1988, N.C. 

THE YEAR OF 1988! FOR DURHAM, THE TRIANGLE... 
REAGAN YEARS SET MIXED REVIEW FROM HELMS 
EXPERTS: TEXTILE OUTLOOK MIRRORS '88 

NEWS STORIES, 1988, U.S. 
WHO SAID WHAT IN 1988? 

ffUS STORIES, 1989. DURHAM __ „ 

1989 A VINTAGE YEAR FOR RECREATIONAL SPORTS 
NCOJ'S YEAR HAD ITS UPS AND DOWNS— BUT MOSTLY UPS 
.JAIL AND SCHOOLS AMONG COUNTY'S CONCERN'S IN »89 
RP PROSPERED IN 1980'S, GROWING WITH TRENDS 
1990! TEENS LOOK BACK— AND FORWARD— AS TIME MARCHES ON 
CITY COUNCIL ISSUES RANGED FROM PEACE TO SEWAGE 
SCHOOL MERGER TOPS DURHAM'S '89 NEWS STORIES IN POLL 
SCHOOL MERGER TOPS DURHAM'S '89 NEWS STORIES IN POLL 
1898 WAS SHOT IN THE ARM ON MEDICAL SCENE 
SOME FOLKS SPOKE IN STRANGE AND MYSTERIOUS WAYS 
JOHN COLE/1989 CARTOONS 
HOW DID WE DO ON YEAR'S OBJECTIVES? 
THE ONCE AND FUTURE BULL CITY 
PERSONALITIES, PROBLEMS MARK »80'S IN ART 

NEWS STORIES, 1989, N.C. 

BLEAK JUSTICE DECADE BEHIND; FUTURE SCARY 

AREA OFFICIALS SAY WASTE, JAILS, DRUGS ISSUES OF '90'S 

NEWS STORIES, 1989. ORANGE COUNTY 
TRAGEDY SPURS CHANGE IN 1989 

TRAGEDY SPURS CHANGE IN 1989 __ ^„ rTr _ r _ <MO 

FAREWELLS, FIRST-EVERS, FIST-FIGHTS MARK '89/TOP STORIES OF 1989 
DECADE PAST WAS A TIME OF PUBLIC, PRIVATE MILESTONES 
'BAD THINGS COME IN THREES' RINGS TRUE IN 1989/THE YEAR IN REVIEW 

NEWSPAPER CARRIERS 

A CHAMPION CARRIER 

POLICE LOG/3 TEENS ROB NEWSPAPER VENDOR, 12 

PAPERBOYS BECOME 'STARS' 

READ ALL ABOUT IT 

PHOTO CAPTION PROVOCATIVE 

NEWSPAPER TRADITION BITES DUST 

•EWSPAPER IN EDUCATION 



S 2 
H 2 

CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 



4/13/1989 A 
7/11/1989 B 
8/25/1989 A 
9/26/1989 B 
10/03/1989 A 



2/25/1989 A 
3/07/1989 A 



10 



N 
N 

N S17 
N 
N N36 



3 N 
3 P N 



1 

1 
1 
1 
CHH 1 



1/01/1989 
1/01/1989 
1/01/1989 
1/01/1989 
1/01/1989 
1/01/1989 
1/01/1989 



N L38 
N 



L38 
T44 
S73 
R63 



1/01/1989 A 
1/01/1989 C 
1/02/1989 B 
1/05/1989 D 
1/06/1989 D 



H 2 1/01/1989 A 
H 2 1/03/1989 C 
H 2 1/03/1989 C 



1 P N L38 
1 U N36 
1 N M51 
1 P F B71 
9 R L37 



1 P N L38 
1 J 
1 N 



H 2 1/03/1989 A 4 E 



s 


2 12/26/1989 B 


4 U A76 


H 


2 12/28/1989 A 


1 D N N36 


H 


2 12/29/1989 C 


1 D N S69 


H 


2 12/30/1989 A 


1 D N K65 


H 


2 12/30/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 12/30/1989 C 


1 D N R63 


H 


2 12/51/1989 A 


1 D N S69 


H 


2 12/31/1989 A 


1 D N R63 


H 


2 12/31/1989 B 


1 D N C60 


H 


2 12/31/1989 B 


1 U N36 


H 


2 12/31/1989 D 


1 T T C50 


H 


2 12/31/1989 D 


1 N tea 


H 


2 12/31/1989 E 


1 P F 


H 


2 12/51/1989 E 


7 P U G68 


S 


2 12/28/1989 A 


5 U Oil 


H 


1 12/30/1989 C 


1 N T33 


CHH 


1 12/31/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 


1 12/31/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 


1 12/31/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 


1 12/31/1989 A 


3 U 


CHH 


1 12/31/1989 A 


8 N 


CHH 1 4/13/1989 A 


3 P P L38 


H 


2 7/31/1989 B 


6 N M51 


S 


2 8/21/1989 A 


1 P F U57 


S 


2 9/28/1989 C 


1 P P R56 


S 


2 10/19/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


2 11/12/198? B 


1 P N C47 



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SEE ALSO DURHAM HERALD CO. 
EXFLORING THE DIMENSION OF THINKING; NEWSPAPER-IN-EDUCATION (AD) 
NEUSPAPER-IN-EDUCATIONi EXPLORING THE DIMENSION OF THINKING 
JOURNALISM FROH THE CLASSROOM 
NEUSPAPER-IN-EDUCATION (SPECIAL SECTION) 
AN ALLIANCE AGAINST ILLITERACY 
NIE5 BUSINESS EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP 
DEAR SANTA, 
DEAR SANTA, 

NEWSPAPER RACKS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM HERALD CO., NEWSPAPER RACKS 
SEE ALSO VOIDING MACHINES 

COMMITTEE WILL CONSIDER NEWS RACK RULES 

COMMITTEE INITIATES NEWS RACK APPEARANCE, PLACEMENT SCRUTINY 

TOWN TO EXPERIMENT WITH GROUPED NEWSFAPER RACKS 

NEW, BUT BETTER? REDESIGNED NEWS R ACKS GET MIXED REVIEWS 

NEWSPAPER RACKS 'APPEAR' TO LOOK BETTER, SLOOP SAYS 

POLICE L0G/W0HAN,22, CHARGED WITH APARTMENT BREAK-IN 

ALL IN A ROW 

NEWSPAPER RECYCLING 
SEE ALSO RECYCLING 
SUN SHARES' RECYCLED PAPER WOULD STACK 1.7 MILES HIGH 
OVERSUPPLY MAY SLOW DURHAM RECYCLING 
STORE OLD NEWSPAPERS UNTIL RECYCLE MARKET IMPROVES 
PITCHING INi EMPLOYEE RECYCLING PROGRAM HAS MIXED RESULTS 

NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
SEE ALSO FAYETTEVILLE TIMES (NEWSPAPER) 
SEE ALSO JOURNALISM 
SEE ALSO N.C. PRESS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO REPORTERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, NEWSPAPERS 

SOVIET JOURNALIST ABSORBS RURAL N.C. FOR 2 WEEKS 

WAR OF THE WORDS; COMPETITION INTENSIFIES AS NEWSPAPERS BOOST EFFORTS... 

'CORPORATIZATION OF U.S. JOURNALISM' ANGERS EDITOR OF INDEPENDENT 

GAY, LESBIAN NEWSPAPER FOUNDER RECALLS TRIBULATIONS 

THE RALEIGH TIMES WILL STOP PUBLICATION 

AFTERNOON PAPERS SURVIVE BEST IN SMALL N.C. CITIES 

NEWSPAPERS, N.C, ENDORSEMENTS 

ELECTIONS BOARD PUSHES NEWSPAPER ENDORSEMENTS BILL 

THE PAGE ONE PAC ABSURDITY 

PROVISION OPPOSED BY PRESS GROUP REMAINS IN BILL ON NEWSPAPERS' ... 

NEWSPAPER ENDORSEMENT MEASURE DIES 

NEWSWEEK (MAGAZINE) 
SEE ALSO MAGAZINES 

'IT'S PART OF MY LIFE' - HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN SHARES REALITY OF ARTHRITIS 
WALLACE TO SPEAK AT ARTHRITIS CONFERENCE 

NEWTON INSTRUMENT CO. 

FIRMS BACK FIGHT AGAINST ALCOHOL, DRUGS 

2 RUSSIAN VISITORS GET A LOOK AT AMERICAN FACTORIES, WORKERS 

NEXT CENTURY SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO RJR NABISCO INC 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, REFORM 
RJR GRANTS INTEREST DURHAM SCHOOLS 

THE NEXT STEP... (DURHAM SUN COLUMN) 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 
THE NEXT STEP... 
NEXT STEP5 HOVING SHARES GIFT 

NEXT OF KIN (FILM) 

'NEXT OF KIN* /NOTIFIED! IT'S BORING 



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4 A 


H 2 3/09/1989 B 


5 F 


H 2 5/23/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 5/23/1989 D 


1 F 


H 2 8/15/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 12/18/1989 B 


5 P A 


H 2 12/18/1989 C 


4 D A 


H 2 12/19/1989 C 


12 D A 


CHH 1 1/20/1989 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 2/03/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 2/17/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


Cm 1 3/03/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 5/10/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


H 2 7/30/1989 C 


11 N M51 


CHH 1 10/21/1989 A 


7 P P R56 


H 2 6/15/1989 C 


1 C N R63 


S 2 7/10/1989 A 


1 N M06 


H 2 7/21/1989 C 


4 C N Bll 


CHH 1 7/26/1989 A 


3 P N M20 



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CHH 

H 

CHH 

H 

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2/13/1989 B 
6/06/1989 A 
6/11/1989 B 
7/02/1989 A 
10/03/1989 A 
10/09/1989 B 



P N 

P N M70 
U N36 
N S17 
N N36 
N N36 



H 2 4/09/1989 B 

H 2 4/13/1989 A 

H 2 4/26/1989 C 

H 2 5/17/1989 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



3/21/1989 A 
3/30/1989 A 



1 P N 
4 E 
1 N L40 
9 N R53 



1 P N H90 
3 N 



S 2 8/26/1989 C 1 P N H65 
H 2 11/29/1989 C 1 P N T33 



2 11/06/1989 A 1 N E33 



S 2 7/06/1989 D 5 G 
S 2 7/13/1989 D 7 P G B71 



H 2 10/27/1989 D 17 R S92 



NICARAGUA 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO CHRISTIC INSTITUTE 

SEE ALSO CONTRAS 

SEE ALSO SAN JORGE, NICARAGUA 

'DEMOCRAT* ORTEGA DOUBTED 

OFF TO NICARAGUA 

NICARAGUA, ELECTIONS 

MACHETES VS. DEMOCRACY 

NICK'S AMERICAN CAFE 

NICK'S CAFE PATRONS URGED TO GET HEPATITIS INOCULATION 
MANAGER DEFENDS HEPATITIS WARNING AS BUSINESS DIVES 
FREE HEPATITIS SHOTS OFFERED TO RESTAURANT CUSTOMERS 

NICOTINE 

EPA ANNUAL CONFERENCE INCLUDES NICOTINE STUDY 

NIGEP 

FORMER DURHAM RESIDENT GIVEN NIGER AWARD 

NIGERIA 

EX-PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA CALLS FOR UPROOTING SOUTH AFRICAN SYSTEM 

NIGHT GALLERY (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

POLICE LOG/DISTURBANCE CHARGE FILED 

NIGHT SONGS, STREET SONGS <PLAY) mm 

MANBITES DOG OPENS KURT WEILL 'NIGHT SONGS' 
'NIGHT SONGS' IS DISTURBING BUT EFFECTIVE 
SONGS LACK BITE DUE TO UNMOTIVATED CHARACTERS 

NIGHT VISION GOGGLES 

SEE ALSO EYE GLASSES _„ 

MARINES SEE IN DARK WITH GOGGLES 

NIGHT WATCH (PLAY) 

...DURHAM THEATER GUILD'S 'NIGHT WATCH'... 

SEEING NOT ALWAYS BELIEVING IN BELIEVABLE 'NIGHT WATCH' 

'NIGHT WATCH' IS A TIRESOME EXPERIENCE 

NIGHTCLUBS 

PLAYING FOR LAUGHS 

NIGHTWATCH (TV SHOW) 

CHARLIE ROSE! EVER INQUISITIVE 

NINA'S SCHOOL OF DANCE „ 

DUKE HOSPITAL TO BENEFIT FROM DANCE 
GOTTA DANCE! ! 

911 



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3 P P L38 



H 2 12/16/1989 A 4 E 



2 
2 
2 



5/10/1989 A 
5/11/1989 A 
5/16/1989 C 



4/08/1989 B 
1/28/1989 D 



1 M N R63 
1 P N R63 
1 N 



N K65 



H 2 2/17/1989 C 2 P N N36 



CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 6 N 



H 2 1/20/1989 D 6 N 
H 2 1/26/1989 B 1 R U66 
S 2 1/28/1989 B 6 P R W63 



H 1 1/24/1989 B 5 N 



S 2 2/09/1989 D 6 P P 
S 2 2/13/1989 B 3 R L34 
H 2 2/16/1989 B 1 R M31 



H 2 7/21/1989 D 8 P R S56 
H 2 9/24/1989 E 1 P F M98 



H 2 3/04/1989 C 12 N 
H 2 5/05/1989 C 6 P P S73 



SEE EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (911) 

976 TELEPHONE SERVICES 

SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, N.C. 
STARGAZERS DISCONNECTED 

NINTH STREET 

DURHAM PROJECTS PROPOSAL SPURS SPARKS 

BOOK COLUMNISTS TO LEAD NINTH ST. TOUR 

9TH STREET LANDLORD, LAUNDROMAT OWNER WORKS ONLY UNTIL 3 A.M. SINCE... 

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

NINTH ST. - NEIGHBORHOOD WITHIN A CITY FACES CHANGE 

WOMAN SWIMS IN BEANS AT FESTIVAL 

SNAKEHANDLER, HOG CALLER HEADED FOR NINTH STREET „„ n , rn u*™™™. 

COME TOGETHER, TONIGHT, ON NINTH STREET, A GOOD OLD-FASHIONED HAPPENING 

NIGHT SCENEN ON NINTH STREET 

HIGH TIME ON NINTH STREET 

SOME SCENE 



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6/07/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/05/1989 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


2/20/1989 B 


1 P N P38 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 E 


1 P Q S56 


H 


2 


3/20/1989 A 


6 P Q S56 


S 


2 


5/25/1989 D 


3 P N B71 


S 


2 


6/01/1989 D 


2 P F B71 


H 


2 


6/02/1989 D 


1 P P M66 


H 


2 


6/02/1989 D 


8 P F W66 


H 


2 


6/03/1989 C 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 


6/03/1989 B 


1 P P K30 



NINTH STREET BAKERY 



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1/01/1989 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



THERE'S FOOD FOR THOUGHT AT NINTH STREET BAKERY, 
HOST SAY 9TH STREET BAKERY BIGGER, BETTER 



TOO 



-DATE- 



5/05/1989 D 
6/01/1989 C 



NINTH STREET POST OFFICE 

SEE ALSO DURHAH POST OFFICE 

SEE ALSO DURHAH POST OFFICE, WEST DURHAM STATION (KANGAROO DR.> 
NINTH STREET HILL GET COMMERCIAL MAIL CENTER 



1900 (FILM) 
BERTOLUCCI 



1900' HISTORY IN POETRY, FAMILY TERMS 



2 4/03/1989 A 



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1940'S 

DESPITE WAR BUTNER SPIRIT FESTIVE IN '42 

1960'S 

SOUNDS OF THE '60S! DAYDREAMING STILL 

THIS BYRD NOW FLYING SOLO 

UNC PLANS FLASHBACK REVIEW OF '60S ARTS 

FORMER DUKE PRESIDENT'S BOOK CHRONICLES TURBULENT '60S ON CAMPUS 

PSYCHEDELIC BLURS; WIDESPREAD PANIC STUCK IN THE '60S 

1980'S 

TEAMS OF THE EIGHTIES/NO ONE DOES IT LIKE THE BULLS 

TEAMS OF THE EIGHTIES/10-2 LOOKS BETTER WITH TIME/1981 CAROLINA FOOTBALL 

CAPTAINS GUIDE HEELS INTO PORT/1982 CAROLINA BASKETBALL 

PACK PERFORMED NCAA MIRACLE/1983 N.C. STATE BASKETBALL 

TAR HEELS RULE WOMEN'S SOCCER WORLD/1984 UNC WOMEN'S SOCCER 

FALCONS FLY HIGH OVER THE NET/1985 JORDAN HIGH VOLLEYBALL 

DUKE! ONE NEAR MISS, ONE TJ.TLE/1986 DUKE BASKETBALL & SOCCER 

SOCCER TEAM GIVES DUKE FIRST NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP 

DECADE OF SOLID GROWTH 

RODL KEY THAT UNLOCKED TIGERS' FORTUNES 

ADIEU TO THE '80S; BONJOUR TO THE '90S/NEW YEAR'S EVE 

RTP PROSPERED IN 1980'S, GROWING WITH TRENDS 

YOUNG KNIGHTS COME OF AGE/1988 NORTHERN HIGH FOOTBALL 

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

UPSET OF CLEHSON PROVED CRUCIAL FOR REVIVAL OF DUKE FOOTBALL GLORY 

PRESIDENTS KEPT EYES ON HISTORY THROUGH IMPROBABLE 'BO'S 

THE ONCE AND FUTURE BULL CITY 

PERSONALITIES, PROBLEMS MARK '80'S IN ART 

DECADE PAST WAS A TIME OF PUBLIC, PRIVATE MILESTONES 

1990'S 

AREA SERVICE SEEN AS '90S XB BOOM 

BEWARE THE 1990S RECESSION 

19905 TEENS LOOK BACK— AND FORWARD— AS TIME MARCHES ON 

NISSAN MOTOR CO, 

NISSAN TOP SPONSOR FOR CLASSIC 

NITRIC ACID 

POLICE LOG/TWO BURGLARY CALLS RESULT IN CAPTURE 

NIX UPHOLSTERY CO. 

NIX UPHOLSTERY CO.; WE COMMEND YOU ON 100 GREAT YEARS! (AD) 

NO-FAULT INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO AUTO COLLISION INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
NO-FAULT INSURANCE ON LEGISLATIVE AGENDA 

NOBEL PRIZE FOR MEDICINE 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 
NOBEL WINNERS SAY HELPING OTHERS TOPS PRIZE AS THEIR REWARD 

NOBEL PRIZES (GENERAL HEADING) 

NOBEL WINNER TO DISCUSS UNIVERSE'S AGE 

NOBEL PRIZES, N.C. WINNERS 

DR. ELION TRACES DIFFICULT STEPS TO NOBEL PRIZE 



H 1 12/21/1989 C 1 N T33 



H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 



1/06/1989 D 
1/06/1989 D 
2/04/1989 A 
2/26/1989 B 
3/17/1989 D 



CHH 1 



12/22/1989 B 
12/23/1989 B 
12/24/1989 C 
12/25/1989 
12/26/1989 
12/27/1989 
12/28/1989 
12/28/1989 
12/29/1989 
12/29/1989 B 
12/29/1989 D 
12/30/1989 A 
12/30/1989 D 
12/31/1989 C 
12/31/1989 C 
12/31/1989 D 
12/31/1989 E 
12731/1989 E 
12/31/1989 A 



H 2 10/05/1989 A 
H 2 10/27/1989 A 
H 2 12/30/1989 B 



S 2 5/18/1989 A 
H 2 12/04/1989 C 
S 2 4/19/1989 G 



F W66 
F H90 
N 

N D80 
F H90 



L22 
C49 
L22 
F95 
B40 
C49 
F95 

B40 
M60 



1 D N K65 
1 P G B40 
G H88 
G C49 
U H49 
F 

U 668 
U 



1 N K65 
4 E 
1 N 



8 N 
1 N M51 
8 D A 



H 2 4/03/1989 B 8 N 



H 


2 1/01/1989 C 


5 N 


H 


2 4/08/1989 B 


5 P N 


H 


2 11/30/1989 C 


1 P N C47 



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S U B J E 



A NOBEL CAUSE 

THE NOID 

SEE ALSO DOMINO'S PIZZA INC. ,,, 

PIZZA 'NOID' SERVES CONGRATULATIONS FOR PUPILS WITH SHINING ATTENDANCE 

NOISE POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO POLLUTION „_„„. 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, NOISE ABATEMENT 

HIGH COURT PROMISES RUCKUS 

NEIGHBOR'S SAY FLYNT FABRICS TOO NOISEY 

NOISE PANEL RECOMMENDS RDU FLIGHT PATH CHANGES 

AMERICAN AIRLINES PLANS TO PHASE OUT SMALL, NOISY PLANES 

RALEIGH-DURHAM AIRPORT OFFICIALS STILL WORKING ON WAYS TO REDUCE NOISE 

NOISE POLLUTION FEARS COULD STYMIE AIRPORT EFFORT, CONSULTANT SAYS 

HERE'S A NUMBER FOR SQUARING ABOUT AIRPLANE NOISE 

AIRPORT AUTHORITY MULLS PROPOSED NOISE LIMIT 

RDU PREPARES FOR GROWTH 

SUIT SAYS PLANE NOISE DISTURBS SLUMBER, AIRPORT OFFICIALS MUM 

RDU OFFICIALS LAUNCH PROJECTS AIMED AT UNDERSTANDING AIRCRAFT NOISE 

NOISE SQUABBLE HEATS UP AGAIN 

NOISE COMPLAINTS DESERT TO BE HEARD m 

AIRPORT AUTHORITY PRESENTED FLAN ON NOISE ABATEMENT 

CHAPEL HILL NOISE PROBLEMS, COMPLAINTS ON INCREASE 

NOISE ISSUE DOMINATES UNC FORUM 

NOISE PROPOSAL! JUST SAY 'HUH?' 

RDU HOLDS DECISION ON NOISE 

NOW THEY'VE HEARD IT ALL 

NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUGS 

SEE OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS 

NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILUAY 

MAN STRUCK, KILLED BY TRAIN 

TRAIN DEMOLISHES TRUCK IN MEBANE 

ONE DEAD IN 2ND TRAIN ACCIDENT IN 2 DAYS 

OFFICIAL TOUTS RAILROAD SAFETY PROGRAM 

MOTORIST UNINJURED AFTER HILLSBOROUGH TRAIN CRASH 

NORLINA, N.C. _ 

NORLINA TO HOLD HEARING ON BOND ISSUE 

WflPl TNA N C SfWD ISSUES 

VOTERS APPROVE $300,000 BOND ISSUE TO OVERHAUL NORLINA WATER SYSTEM 

Nft£i TNA N C FLECTIONS 

VOTERS APPROVE $300,000 BOND ISSUE TO OVERHAUL NORLINA WATER SYSTEM 

f ^ I V0TEfe C AfPR^i3W,00™1sSUE TO OVERHAUL NORLINA WATER SYSTEM 

NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION 

CONVENTIONAL ARMS CUT WOULD IMF-ROVE FEACE 
FRESIDENT SCORES HIGH POINTS 

N.C, BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 
SEE ALSO LICENSING BOARDS 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 
STATE AUDITOR! REGULATORY BOARDS NEED REGULATING 

N.C, BOOKS 

SEE BOOKS, N.C 

N.C, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO N.C, REVENUES r _^ 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES. HIRING FREEZE 
SEE ALSO N.C ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO N.C GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO N.C. STATE AUDITORS OFFICE 
SEE ALSO STATE AID TO PRIVATE SCHOOLS 



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1 P N S92 


H 2 


1/06/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


2/02/1989 A 


1 N R63 


H 2 


2/08/1989 C 


1 N P41 


H 2 


2/22/1989 C 


1 N P41 


H 2 


3/08/1989 C 


1 N P41 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


H 2 


4/18/1989 B 


1 H 


H 2 


5/17/1989 C 


1 N K65 


H 2 


5/20/1989 A 


4 E 


S 2 


6/15/1989 C 


1 N 


H 2 


9/27/1989 C 


1 N K65 


CHH 1 


10/11/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


10/13/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 


10/18/1989 C 


1 N K65 


CHH 1 


10/19/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


10/20/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


10/22/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 11/08/1989 C 


1 N K65 


CHH 1 


11/11/1989 A 


3 P N C62 



CHH 1 8/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/04/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/10/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 



H 1 2/04/1989 C 

H 1 3/31/1989 C 

H 1 3/31/1989 C 

H 1 3/31/1989 C 



S 2 6/01/1989 A 
H 2 6/03/1989 A 



1 P N H90 

1 P N W57 

1 P N W57 

3 N U57 

1 N M20 



1 N H60 

1 N H60 

1 N H60 

1 N H60 



4 E 
4 E 



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1/01/1989 



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S U B J 



SEE ALSO USER FEES 
GOV. MARTIN TO RECOMMEND FULL BASIC EDUCATION FUNDING 
CHAMBER GETS REPORT ON TIGHT N.C. BUDGET 

MARTIN BUDGET CALLS FOR NO TAX INCREASES/INVEST RESOURCES IN EDUCATION, 
BUDGET... BUT TUITION, ALCOHOL LICENSES LIKELY TO GET MORE EXPENSIVE 
BILL SEEKS TO REMOVE LIMITS ON ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS 
INSIGHT/WHAT WILL COST $22,790,600,000? 
LEGISLATORS PREPARE TO REVIEW BUDGET AMID ECONOMIC WARNINGS 
HACKNEY BLASTS MARTIN'S MENTAL HEALTH BUDGETING 
STATE'S BUDGET OFFICE NO PLACE FOR NUMBERS GAME 
SENATE APPROVES BILL ON DISPOSAL OF FETUS REMAINS 
WHERE'S THE MONEY FOR PARKS? 
TAX-CRACKDOWN PROPOSAL GAINING LEGISLATIVE GROUND 
SENATE VOTES 47-0 TO APPROVE $7.1 BILLION BUDGET BILL 
REPUBLICANS STILL AT ODDS ON GOV. MARTIN'S TAX PLAN 
5X CUT IN STATE SPENDING CALLED F-RUDENT MOVE 
LOST REVENUE CUTS INTO TREASURY 
HOUSE VOTE MOVES ASSEMBLY TOWARD BUDGET TALKS 
WINDFALL'S SIZE COULD AFFECT FISCAL STATUS 
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE AGREES TO COMPROMISES ON BUDGET 
N.C. BUDGET PROPOSAL MAY BE WAY TO LOTTERY 
BUDGET NEEDS MAY USE STATE'S WINDFALL 
INSIGHT/N.C. LAWMAKERS GROWING CRANKY 
HOUSE LEADERS FIND BUDGET DELIBERATIONS FRUSTRATING 
TEACHER PAY RAISES BUMP OUT EDUCATION SPENDING IN HOUSE 
GOVERNOR DENOUNCES SENATE LEADESS' FINANCIAL PLAN 
INSIGHT/TRYING TO MESH TAXING, SPENDING 
SENATE PANEL OKS BUDGET MARTIN WANTS REWORKED 
N.C. BUDGET PLAN GETS 1ST SENATE NOD 
SENATE APPROVES TAX PLAN 
MARTIN, MAYORS PLAN MEETING ON ROADS 
DISPUTE OVER $2 MILLION SNARLS OPERATING BUDGET 
TWO-MONTH LOGJAM BROKEN ON STATE OPERATING BUDGET 
N.C. HOUSE TORPEDOES SENATE BILL 
SENATE OKS BUDGET; TOSSES DARE TO HOUSE 
STATE'S LEGISLATIVE TUG-OF-WAR INTENSIFIES 

UNC RETURNS MORE THAN $10.5 MILLION TO STATE; BUT... ENDS YEAR IN DEBT 
N.C. HOUSE, SENATE STRIKE DEAL ON $9 BILLION TAX, SPENDING PLAN 
COMPROMISE MEANS FEWER FEE INCREASES FOR N.C. MOTORISTS 
APPROPRIATIONS PANEL UNVEILS HOUSE'S BUDGET PROPOSALS 
HOUSE PANEL OKS BUDGET FOR NEW STATE SPENDING 
PANEL APPROVES $260.5 MILLION BUDGET BILL 
LEGISLATIVE BUDGET DELAYS KEEP CITIES, COUNTIES ON EDGE 
HOUSE VOTES TO ENACT CHANGES IN HELMET LAW 
NEW BUDGET PROVISION WOULD TAKE RIGHT PATH 
INSIGHT/WHAT PRICE OPENNESS? 
N.C. HOUSE, SENATE AGREE ON BUDGETS 
BEHIND BUDGET BICKERING, THERE'S MORE 
$1.8 BILLION SPENDING BILL GETS HOUSE'S OK 
SENATE VOTES TO ENACT $1.8 BILLION SPENDING BILLS 
HIGH TAXES STYMIE GROWTH 

N.C, BUDGET CUTS 

RAISE TEACHERS' PAY 

MARTIN CALLS FOR N.C. EDUCATION SUMMIT 

MINORITY RECRUITER SLOT IN NCSSM'S FORCED BUDGET CUTS 

MARTIN SEEKS GOP SUPPORT FOR HIS PLAN 

CUTS WOULD ELIMINATE BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER 

LEGISLATORS TAKE OUT KNIVES TO TRIM ANY FAT FROM BUDGET 

HOUSE PANELS EYE $20 MILLION IN CUTS 

TALKING ABOUT BUDGET CUTS SEEMS EASIER THAN MAKING THEM 

UNC, N.C. STATE ATHLETIC CUTS DEFEATED 

32X REVENUE DROP FORCES N.C. CUTBACKS 

STATE AGENCIES, EXPECTING INCREASE, SURPRISED BY CUTS 

UNC LOSES $3.2 MILLION TO BUDGET AX 

PANEL APPROVES CUTTING $724,000 FROM ABORTION FUND 

DON'T PINCH PENNIES HERE 

UNC WILL FIGHT JOB CUTS PROPOSAL 

HARDIN MAY DELAY FALL SEMESTER START; 'WE ARE OUT OF OPERATING FUNDS...' 

STATE AGENCIES FEAR BUDGET AX 



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1/22/1989 D 


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1/26/1989 B 


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1/29/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


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2/06/1989 A 


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2/28/1989 C 


8 


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3/11/1989 A 


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3/27/1989 B 


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4/12/1989 A 


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4/16/1989 B 


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5/25/1989 A 


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9 P N 


H 


2 


6/11/1989 D 


2 


U L40 


H 


2 


6/13/1989 C 


2 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/14/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/16/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


6/18/1989 D 


2 


U L40 


H 


2 


6/21/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/22/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/23/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


6/25/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/27/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


6/28/1989 D 


9 


N 


H 


2 


6/29/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


6/29/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/30/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


CHH 1 


7/08/1989 A 


1 


N S17 


H 


n 


7/22/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


7/23/1989 B 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


7/25/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/28/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/29/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/01/1989 B 


12 


N 


S 


2 


8/05/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


8/06/1989 D 


i 
& 


U L40 


H 


2 


8/07/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


8/07/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/09/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


8/10/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


9/05/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/09/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


3/04/1989 C 


1 


N J40 


H 


2 


3/17/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


3/17/1989 A 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 


3/29/1989 D 


9 


N 


H 


2 


4/04/1989 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 


4/07/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 A 


14 


N 


H 


5 


4/14/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/14/1989 A 


1 


N 


CHH 


1 


4/14/1989 A 


1 


N S17 


H 


2 


4/15/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/21/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


1 


N S17 


» CHH 


1 


4/22/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


H 


2 


4/24/1989 C 


1 


N 



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12/31/1989 



S U B J E 



UNC SHOULD COOPERATE; MONEY CRUNCH IS SHARED BY OTHER SCHOOLS, AGENlIES 

LOCAL COMPANY TO DONATE PAPER TO UNIVERSITY 

BUDGET DISCUSSIONS SHOULD HAVE INCLUDED FACULTY, GOOBER SAYS 

UNC BUDGET PLIGHT REAL, HARDIN SAYS 

INSIGHT/GLASNOST IN RALEIGH A SOMETIME THING 

UNC SCRAMBLES TO COPE WITH BUDGET CUTS 

UNC TO GET BACK HALF OF BUDGET CUTS 

LOCAL REPS PUSH FUND REQUESTS „»„ 

SOME BUDGET DISPUTES SETTLED BUT CONTROVERSIAL ONES REMAIN 

STUDENT DEMOCRATS BLAST MARTIN'S UNIVERSITY CUTBACKS 

PANELS REJECT CUTS OF VACANT STATE JOBS 

UNO'S BUDGET BOOSTED 

N.C, CONTRACT BIDDING 

SEE N.C., STATE CONTRACTS 



N.C., ECONOMY 
SEE ECONOMY, 



N.C. 



N.C, EMBLEMS AND STATE SYMBOLS 
SEE ALSO SIGNS AND SYMBOLS 
FINDING TOP DOG FOR TAR HEELS 

N.C, EXPORTS 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C, 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 
SEE ALSO N.C, FOREIGN TRADE 

SEE ALSO N.C, REVENUES 

SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY, IMPORTS 

GROUP HOPES TO WHET PIZZA APPETITE IN MIDEAST ruMFMav . 

N.C REVERSES TRADE IMBALANCE IN 1988 UITH EXPORT INCREASE 

N.C, FILMMAKING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, FILM MAKING 

SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO A SINGING STREAM (DOCUMENTARY) 

RECRUITING TV SERIES MAY BOOST STATE'S MOVIE INDUSTRY 

BILLS SEEK BENEFITS FOR FILM INDUSTRY 

THE TAX-RATED MOVIES 

MOVIES MOVE TO TAR HEEL STATE 

N^MUSeS 1 ^ 'JPtFfBWWE MOVIES BY 2 TAR HEEL FILMMAKERS 
TRADE MISSION GOING TO HOLLYWOOD, FAR EAST, EUROPE 

N.C, FOREIGN TRADE 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 
SEE ALSO N.C, EXPORTS 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, FREE TRADE ZONES 

N.C REVERSES TRADE IMBALANCE IN 1988 UITH EXPORT INCREASE 

SOVIET ENTREPRENEUR HOPES TO COOK UP DEAL FOR PIZZA BUSINESS UITH. 

WORLD TRADE CENTER TO OPEN IN OCTOBER _ 

TRADE MISSION GOING TO HOLLYWOOD, FAR EAST, EUROPE 

WORLD TRADE CENTER IN TRIANGLE WILL BE ONE uF SEVERAL IN STATE 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE TRADE CENTER GPEN SOON 

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

WORLD TRADE CENTER OPENS "ONE STOP FOREIGN MARKET" 

HELP FOR OUR LITTLE BUSINESSES 

NORTHERN TELECOM RECEIVES AWARD 

N.C, GOVERNORS 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S MANSION 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S PAGES 

SEE ALSO GUBERNATORIAL CAMPAIGNS 

SEE ALSO GUBERNATORIAL SUCCESSION 

SEE ALSO N.C, LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS 

SEE ALSO N.C CONSTITUTION 

MARTIN'S '89 LIKE HUNT'S '81 

VOTERS SHOULDN'T GET WEAK VETO PROPOSAL 

INSIGHT/VETO VOTE LIKELY - IN SOME FORM 

SENATE FAVORS SIX- YEAR TERM FOR GOVERNOR 



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S 


I T 


N E 


E 


L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


H 2 


4/26/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


4/28/1989 A 


7 N 


CHH 1 


4/29/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


4/29/1989 A 


1 N S17 


H 2 


4/30/1989 D 


2 U L40 


CHH 1 


5/01/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


5/04/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


5/05/1989 A 


1 N M20 


H 2 


5/06/1989 B 


2 N 


CHH 1 


5/13/1989 A 


3 N M25 


H 2 


5/17/1989 A 


8 P N 


CHH 1 


6/21/1989 A 


1 N S17 



H 2 4/25/1989 A 4 E 



2 2/14/1989 C 1 N K65 
2 3/05/1989 D 6 N 



1/03/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/11/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/25/1989 
7/16/1989 
9/01/1989 



8 
4 

5 

4 
11 
13 



Oil 



3/05/1989 D 

5/16/1989 C 

8/12/1989 C 

9/01/1989 A 

10/29/1989 D 

11/03/1989 B 

11/10/1989 C 

11/11/198" C 

12/06/1989 A 

12/21/1989 A 



N 

N K65 
N K65 
N 

N K65 
N K65 
N K65 
N K65 
E 
N E33 



S 2 1/02/1989 A 5 J Oil 

S 2 1/18/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 2/05/1989 D 2 P U L40 

H 2 5/10/1989 B 7 N 



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12/31/1989 



S U B J E 



SENATE BACKS SIX-YEAR TERM FOR GOVERNOR 

N.C GOVERNOR'S RACE STARTS 3 YEARS BEFORE ELECTION 

N.C, GOVERNORS' FIRST LADIES 

GOWNS FROM N.C. INAUGURAL BALLS ON DISPLAY 

N.C, HISTORIC HOMES 

SEE HISTORIC HOMES AND BUILDINGS, N.C. 

N.C, HISTORY 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, HISTORY 

SEE ALSO CIVIL WAR HISTORY 

SEE ALSO N.C. MUSEUM OF HISTORY ASSOCIATES 

THE TIME MACHINE 

SHUTTERBUGS ALL OVER STATE CLICKING TODAY 

THE LATEST ON NORTH CAROLINA'S PAST 

N.C MARKS 200TH YEAR OF STATEHOOD 

N.C, IMAGE 

SEE ALSO N.C, RANKING 
NOT ALL OF US GO BAREFOOT AND SO UHAT IF WE DID? 

N.C, LAWS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS LAW 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO ELECTION LAWS 

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

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLES 

SEE ALSO N.C CONSTITUTION 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATION 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL OFFENSE LAWS 

SEE ALSO SPEEDY-TRIAL LEGISLATION 

SEVERAL NEW STATE LAWS USHERED IN ON NEW YEAR'S DAY 

A FINE THAT EXCEEDS THE OFFENSE 

'THEY'D DO WHAT WITH MY TAXES?' 

LEGISLATORS SHOULDN'T WEAKEN DWI LAW 

HANDS SHOULD BE 'WEAPON' IF SERIOUS INJURY RESULTS 

OVERHAUL OF TAX LAWS LONG OVERDUE IN N.C. 

BILL WOULD PREVENT STATE FROM DOING BUSINESS WITH FELONS 

LAW WOULD REQUIRE ATHLETES' AGENTS TO BE REGISTERED 

CASE SHOWS WEAKNESS OF STATE'S DWI LAWS 

655 NEW LAWSi ASSEMBLY TALLY INCLUDES ENVIRONMENTAL, PRISON MEASURES 

DWI LAW TO INCREASE LOAD FOR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 

FELONY ENVIRONMENTAL LAW NEEDED 

STRANGE LAWS CLOG STATE'S STATUTE BOOKS 

TOUGHER DWI LAWS NEEDED FOR THE 1990S 

N.C, LEGISLATORS 

SEE N.C GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS 

N.C, LEGISLATORS, U.S. CONGRESS 
SEE ALSO CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGNS 
SEE ALSO FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT (U.S.) 
SEE ALSO U.S. CONGRESS 

N.C. CONGRESSMEN DIVIDED ON PROPOSED PAY INCREASE 

BIPARTISANSHIP CAN BENEFIT ALL AMERICANS 

PRICE PUSHES FHA HOUSING, COLLEGE LOANS 

REP. PRICE OPPOSES SALARY INCREASE 

8 N.C. CONGRESSMEN HAVE CAMPAIGN MONEY LEFT 

POLITICIANS HEAR WARNING ON SIN DURING CHAPEL SERVICE 

CONGRESSIONAL PAY HIKE COULD BE CUT FOR ROSE 

VALENTINE NETS LEAST IN FEES FOR SPEAKING 

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

SIX NON-SMOKING N.C. CONGRESSMEN DEFEND TOBACCO 

THEY'RE FOR HEALTH— AND CHOICE 

HUD-PROJECTS FUNDING GETS HOUSE APPROVAL 

ROLL CALL/WHERE THEY STAND 



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N E 
P D 


S I T 
E L Y 
— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 2 
S 2 


5/12/1989 A 11 P N 
9/06/1989 A 5 J Oil 


S 2 


1/11/1989 B 1 P F 659 



CHH 1 1/15/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 4/21/1989 C 1 N N36 

CHH 1 7/31/1989 A 3 P N 

H 2 11/21/1989 A 1 D N N36 



CHH 1 6/23/1989 A 



CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 



1/01/1989 
1/03/1989 
4/17/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/29/1989 
6/16/1989 
7/02/1989 B 
7/17/1989 A 
7/17/1989 
7/20/1989 
8/01/1989 
8/05/1989 
9/09/1989 
12/27/1989 



1 
4 
1 
4 
5 
4 
11 
9 
4 
2 
1 
4 
4 
4 



N 

E 

N L40 

E 

J Oil 

E 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N C60 

E 

E 

E 



H 2 1/05/1989 D 


4 P N 


S 2 1/05/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 1/09/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 1/09/1989 A 


1 N L90 


H 2 1/21/1989 A 


18 N 


H 2 1/23/1989 B 


1 P N P38 


H 2 2/06/1989 C 


1 N 


S 2 3/14/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


H 2 5/24/1989 D 


11 N 


H 1 7/11/1989 B 


1 N 


H 2 8/07/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 10/29/1989 A 


13 D N 


H 2 11/05/1989 A 


10 N 



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ROLL CALL/WOE THEY STAND 

REP. HEFNER'S 1987-88 HONORARIA LISTED AT $52,500 

N.C., LICENSING BOARDS 
SEE LICENSING BOARDS 

N.C, LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS 
SEE ALSO N.C, GOVERNORS 
GARDNER PROMISES BIPARTISAN EFFORT ON STATE PROBLEM „.„..„. 
COALITION ENDS RAMSEY REIGN AFTER 4 TERMS; N.C. SENATE VOTES TO CURB... 
TEAM-TICKET AMENDMENT ADVANCES IN N.C. SENATE 
SENATE APPROVES TEAM-TICKET BILL 
BARNES MAY RUN FOR LT, GOVERNOR 

N.C, NATIVES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, FAMOUS NATIVES 
BEBOP VISIONARY „__ 

ALL ABOUT AVA; IN BROGDEN, SHE IS REMEMBERED 
DAYS OF YESTERYEAR ARE BACK WITH WESTERN FILMS IN RALEIGH 

N.C, OFFICE BUILDINGS 

SEE N.C, STATE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

N.C, PER CAPITA INCOME 

SEE INCOME, PER CAPITA, N.C. 

N.C, RANKING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, RANKINGS 

SEE ALSO N.C, IMAGE 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, RANKING 

N.C. ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS QUESTION STATE RATINGS __ 

f^ORTH CAROLINA TOPPED OTHER STATES IN NEW PLANTS ANNOUNCED IN 1988 

N.C. AVERAGE TEACHER PAY 36TH NATIONALLY ■ MM ™-- 

DURHAM INSTITUTE HELPING TO BRING FEDERAL CONTRACTS TO N.C. BUSINESSES 

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

BOCK NAMES NCKH AMONG TOP 64 

AN UNWANTED FIRST PLACE SPOT 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY AGAIN IGNORED PARKS 

INCOMES IN CAROLINAS STILL BELOW NATIONAL AVERAGE 

N.C INFANT MORTALITY RATE UP TWO YEARS IN ROW 

HIGH INFANT DEATH RATE BRINGS SHAME TO N.C. 

N.C, REDISTRICTING 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, REAPPORTIONMENT 

N.C, REVENUES 

SEE ALSO INCOME TAXES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO N.C, EXPORTS 

SEE ALSO N.C DEPT. OF REVENUE 

ECONOMISTS UNCERTAIN HOU MUCH N.C WILL GET FROM RJR STOCK BUYOUT 

MARTIN UNVEILS REVENUE-RAISING PLAN; GOVERNOR HINTS 1-CENT BOOST MAY... 

STUDY! STATE COULD GET *200 MILLION BY SELLING PORTS, RAILROADS 

STATE SHOULD KEEP ITS PORTS, RAILROADS 

32X REVENUE DROP FORCES N.C. CUTBACKS 

STATE AGENCIES, EXPECTING INCREASE, SURPRISED BY CUTS 

UNC LOSES $3.2 MILLION TO BUDGET AX 

LOST REVENUE CUTS INTO TREASURY 

N.C. REVENUE FIGURE NOT ECONOMY'S FAULT 

VOTE DUE ON $8.6 BILLION ROADS BILL 

ANOTHER PROPOSAL IS UNVEILED TO INCREASE STATE REVENUES 

GOVERNOR DENOUNCES SENATE LEADERS' FINANCIAL PLAN 

N.C OFFICIALS STILL CONFIDENT ON TAX AMJ£STY PROGRAM 

FUNDING DEARTH THREATENS UNC 

N.C, STATE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRICTION 
DEBATE CONTINUING ON HOU GOVERNMENT BUILDS 



S I T 

E ELY 

D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



2 11/12/1989 A 
2 11/15/1989 A 



13 N 
8 P N S69 



2 1/06/1989 A 10 N 

2 1/12/1989 A 1 N 

2 5/03/1989 A 1 N 

2 5/04/1989 B 5 N 

1 7/20/1989 C 2 N 



2 1/13/1989 D 
2 5/26/1989 D 
2 6/16/1989 D 



10 P F S66 
8 P F S56 
2 P F H60 



H 


2 


3/01/1989 B 


6 N 


H 


2 


3/04/1989 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 


3/15/1989 B 


6 N 


H 


2 


3/16/1989 A 


10 N K65 


H 


2 


3/23/1989 A 


1 C N 


CHH 1 


4/19/1989 A 


3 N 


H 


2 


5/15/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


8/22/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/25/1989 A 


12 N 


H 


2 


9/14/1989 C 


1 N 


S 


2 12/15/1989 A 


4 E 



H 


2 


2/17/1989 A 


12 N 


H 


2 


3/09/1989 A 


1 C N L40 


H 


2 


4/04/1989 A 


7 N 


S 


2 


4/06/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/14/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/14/1989 A 


1 N 


CKt- 


1 


4/14/1989 A 


1 N S17 


H 


g 


4/19/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


9 


5/31/1989 A 


1 C N L40 


H 


9 


6/15/1989 A 


16 P N L40 


H 


2 


6/16/1989 A 


12 N 


H 


n 


11/21/1989 B 


1 N L40 


CHH 1 


12/28/1989 A 


1 N S17 



3 2 3/08/1989 A 5 J Oil 



N.C, STATE CONTRACTS 



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see also contracts 
exemption bills pile up on state's public bidding law 
bill would prevent state from doing business with felons 
bid law could cost school more money 

n.c, state dog 
see also d0g8 
bill on corporal punishment ban hit by amendment 
both plott hounds and bill are howling successes 
sena te sa ys plott hounds are top dogs 
committee approves plott hound bill 

n.c., state employees 
see also n.c, state employees, salaries 
see also n.c. general assembly, employees 
see also n.c. state employees association 

legislator loses job with state' 

lawmaker seeks leave, gets ax 

57 ex-state employees lose decision in illegal firing suit 

committee votes to eliminate 542 vacant state jobs 

state job vacancies spur politician's inconsistency 

panels reject cuts of vacant state jobs 

wider reporting rules would reassure citizens 

stargazers disconnected 

law guards whistleblowers 

fired state employee's suit dismissed 

it was a cold wednesday for state capitol workers 

n.c.state employees, hiring freeze 
see also n.c, budget 
plan to eliminate 505 vacant state jobs draws complaints 
bill would lift seven-year freeze on merit pay for state employees 
unc will fight job cuts proposal 

n.c, state employees, insurance 

blue cross attributes *74.5 million '88 loss to cost of care 

n.c, state employees, merit pay 
see also n.c, state employees, salaries 
see also teachers, n.c, merit plan 
state employees' president likes merit pay 

n.c, state employees, office space 
see n.c, state building construction 
see n.c. general assembly, legislative building 

n.c, state employees, pension fund 
see also pension plans 
pensioners' tax break bill gains 

n.c, state employees, salaries 
see also n.c, state employees, merit pay 
see also teachers, n.c, salaries 

sbi's overtime pay for supervisors draws fire, review 

sbi's director defends policy on overtime pay 

overtime for probation, parole officers threatens efforts to ease... 

ruling could change status of jobs throughout n.c government 

n.c. employees rap delayed pay raises 

pay raise likely moved up, martin says 

bill would lift seven-year freeze on merit pay for state employees 

freeze on pay steps leaves teachers' salaries far behind 

higher pay increase proposed 

state employees' president likes merit pay 

governor backs equal treatment for teachers, other state employees 

plan would revamp community college presidents' pay 

state board of education is reviewing plan to overhaul employee salaries 

state employees consider teachers' example 

is another study needed? 

n.c. senate democrats unveil teacher salary increase plan 

n.c. house torpedoes senate bill 



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N E 
P D 


S 

E 

— DATE — C 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 


3/07/1989 B 

7/02/1989 B 

11/11/1989 A 


5 

11 

3 


N 
N 
N 


H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


4/07/1989 A 
4/19/1989 D 
4/21/1989 A 
7/14/1989 A 


7 

9 

10 

9 


N 
N 
N 
N 



S 


2 


2/11/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/12/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/04/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


4/28/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


5/17/1989 A 


8 P N 


S 


2 


5/24/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


6/07/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


6/08/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/28/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


Z 12/28/1989 B 


1 


N R53 


H 


2 


1/04/1989 D 


10 


N 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 D 


9 


N 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


1 


N S17 



H 2 3/19/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 2/23/1989 A 1 P N L90 



H 2 8/09/1989 A 1 N 



H 


2 


1/02/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/05/1989 B 


3 N 


S 


2 


1/06/1989 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 C 


6 N 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 D 


11 N 


H 


2 


1/24/1989 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 D 


9 N 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/17/1989 A 


10 N 


CHH 1 


2/23/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


H 


2 


3/02/1989 B 


5 P N 


H 


2 


3/11/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


4/07/1989 A 


8 N 


CHH 


1 


4/17/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


H 


2 


5/15/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/18/1989 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


6/29/1989 A 


1 P N L40 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



^S^^^S^f^^^t INCHES 

"^cl^TATE ESSE CONSTRUCTION 

^K.'SSSb M STATE SYMBOLS 
N.C., WITHHOLDING TAXES 

^n^&l^&MicnW IN TRIANGLE . _ 
TAR HEEL WORKERS TO SEE TAX BREAK THIS MONTH 

N ' C ' H^ T SPEAKER g GETS PLEAS FOR MORE FUNDING AT AiT 
APOLOGY TO AiT SOUGHT F^MAVRETIC 
MAVRETIC'S MISTAKE MAY HELP AiT SCHOOL 

N.C. AiT STATE UNIV., BUDGET 

CHANCELLOR OF AiT STATE SEEKS FUNDS 

N.C. AiT STATE UNIV., SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

SEE N.C. AiT STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

N ' C - ^S^UatS 8MS8? SAYS 

NX - DM^Skf^t K^ POUNDING OF N.C. AiT 
EAGLES SHOW OFF IN SMITH CENTER 

H ' C ^SxWmmSE DEFICIENCY SYNNK, N.C. CASES 

S&S^ IT Al^sSugg^ ON HOfflTfl. CHARGES 
HACKNEY KILLS AIDS-TESTING AMENDMENT 

N,C SEE I ALSO A ArauiR£D IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, N.C. CASES 
STATE SHOULD PROVIDE MORE FUNDS FOR AIDS 

N.C. ABORTION FUND 

SE AGENCY GEAR?™ FOR NOVEMBER PRO-CHOICE RALLY 

N.C. ACADEMY OF TRIAL LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. _ __ 

^TAfoRlTWWlN^^irOF m«EN-BRIVI»3 CASE 

N.C. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS 

S ^fuNIFICAflON C VOTE BY JUDGES DUE IN FALL 

N.C. ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

S ^ S R0YALl'rI^POINTED TO BUDGET COMMISSION 
GARDNER APPOINTS BUDGET COMMISSIONERS 

N.C. AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIV. 
SEE N.C. AiT STATE UNIV. 

"'WSffilM EXTENSION OFFICE 
SEE ALSO 4-H CLUBS 
SEE ALSO GARDENING, N^C. 

EXTENSION SERVICE GROWS OVER YEARS __,_-. 

EXTENSION OFFICIALS CELEBRATE 75YEARS OF SERVICE 

MORE THAN FARM ADVICE OFFERED HERE 



N 
P 

H 
H 



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2 6/29/1989 A 1 
2 7/19/1989 A 8 



S 2 5/15/1989 A 1 N M06 
H 2 11/10/1989 A 1 N 



H 2 2/28/1989 C 8 N 
H 2 3/02/1989 B • 3 N 
S 2 3/03/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 3/22/1989 B 5 P N 



CHH 1 6/09/1989 A 1 C N S17 

H 2 1/19/1989 D 1 N P75 
S 2 1/19/1989 B 3 P N A76 



CHH 1 1/70/1989 A 1 N §17 
CHH 1 3/07/1989 A 1 P Q S17 
CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 1 P N S17 



S 2 1/04/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 8/21/1989 A 3 N S17 



CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 3 N H90 
H 2 2/28/1989 C 3 N 



H 2 7/23/1989 B 1 N S82 



H 2 1/10/1989 A 1 P N L40 
S 2 1/10/1989 B 5 N 



S 2 5/05/1989 BIN 
CHH 1 5/08/1989 A 3 P N H90 
CHH 1 5/08/1989 A 3 N H90 



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LONG DELAY IN LAWSUIT SHADES ENTIRE STATE 
N.C. AGRICULTURAL FINANCE AUTHORITY 

SE cwfHrrrEE VOTES to shut down agriculture financing authority 

N.C. ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY 
SEE ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

SEE ALSO ABC LAWS 

SEE ALSO ABC STORES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ABC 
PRIVETTE CAPTURES ABC CHAIRMANSHIP 
VOTE TODAY ON ABC'S PROPOSED DRIVE-IN STORE 
CARDEN5 DRIVE-IN ABC STORE IDEA SHOT DOWN TOO QUICKLY 



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H 2 4/07/1989 A 7 N 



H 2 1/24/1989 B 
H 2 7/14/1989 C 
H 2 7/15/1989 C 



9 N 
1 N S22 
1 P N S22 



N.C. ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORP. 
SEE ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORP. 

"• C * ffllCAS T BLACK°COLLEGE ALUMNI OFFICIALS MEET TODAY AT NCCU 

N.C. AMATEUR SPORTS _ 

SEE ALSO STATE GAMES OF NORTH CAROLINA 

SEE ALSO U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL (FORMERLY NATIONAL SPORTS FESTIVAL) 

TIE TAXPAYER FUNDING TO FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE " 

STATE AUDIT REPORTS N.C. AMATEUR SPORTS DIDN'T MISUSE FUNDS 
ONE SUCCESS DESERVES ANOTHER 

N.C. ART CHALLENGE _ _, 
ART GROUP ANNOUNCES STATE CONTEST 

N.C. ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO ARTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ARTS ADVOCATES 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF ARTS COUNCILS 

FELLOWSHIP WINNERS EXHIBITION A PORTRAIT WITHOUT THE PEOPLE 

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

N C ARTS COUNCIL BUDGET 

* " MILLER PROVISION CALLS FOR PRIVATE AGENCIES LISTING STATE MONEY USE 

N.C. ARTS COUNCIL FELLOWSHIP 
ARTICLES 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF ARTS COUNCILS 
SEE ALSO N.C. ARTS COUNCIL 
SANFORD TO RECEIVE AWARD 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK LAWYERS 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 
LAWYERS TRY TO SAVE FAMILY FARMS 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS 

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DEVELOPMENT TO HIGHLIGHT N.C. PROJECTS 
BARDACK: HUD'S CLIENT IS THE POOR 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
WASTE SITE INCENTIVES TO GET STUDY 

COUNTY INCOME TAXES? „ 

ORANGE CO. COMMISSIONERS' HOME 'FAX' MACHINES A FIRST — NEWSLETTER 

CONFERENCE TO COST TAXPAYERS $5,000 PLUS 

CONFERENCE OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPENS TODAY IN RALEGIH 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS 



H 2 6/10/1989 C 2 N 



S 2 6/15/1989 A 
H 2 7/01/1989 C 
H 2 8/08/1989 A 



4 E 

1 N S69 
4 E 



CHH 1 2/03/1989 A 2 N 



H 2 2/24/1989 D 
H 2 6/08/1989 B 



H 2 8/03/1989 C 
S 2 6/29/1989 D 



4 P R G68 
1 P F S56 



1 N L40 
17 N G59 



H 2 4/04/1989 C 12 N 



S 2 10/30/1989 A 1 N H65 



2 10/10/1989 B 
2 10/13/1989 A 



H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 1 



1/08/1989 D 
1/09/1989 A 
3/07/1989 A 
7/20/1989 A 
8/10/1989 C 



1 N C60 
1 P N E33 



8 P N 
4 P U 
3 N M20 
1 N M20 
1 N H60 



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SEE ALSO PRINCIPALS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SUPER INTENDENTS, N.C. 

S£ Ls0aATI0N^ S EI*JCAt0R-S SETS SALARY SCHEDULE AS ITS PRIORITY 
TEACHERS' GROUP SPURNS MARTIN'S LADDER PAY PLAN 

Sa^S S^'b^tS STAND ON TAX INCREASE... 
nTc. AVERAGE TEACHER PAY 36TH NATIONALLY 

BURLINGTON TEACHERS FAVOR KEEPING CAREER LADDER PLAN „„__. 
TEACHERS AGAINfWCH IN RA1EIGH - THIS TIME TOThANK SUPPORTERS 
INSIGHT/TEACHERS, MARTIN (CARER AGREEMENT ON CAREER LADDER 

^^y^ZVKe^lGING SUPF^T FOR RAISING SALES TAX 
^TINREBIFFS INVITATION TO TEACHERS' 'THANK-YCU' RALLY 
CLASSRCC* CONDITIONS AMONG CONCERNS OF 2 ^CHAPTER HEADS 
SOWS. GUIDELINES FEARED THREAT TO FLEXIBILTY 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF LIFE UNDERWRITERS 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
VALENTINE BACKS N.C. HIGHWAY PLAN 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO MINORITY COHTRACTOFS 1MM _, 

K K^ra^SI BfSlg TO MINORITY GROUP 
VA. CANDIDATE STUMPS AT DURHAM CONVENTION 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BOARD OF REALTORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. REAL ESTATE LICENSING BOARD 

SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE FIRMS 

REALTORS SAY TIHE TO BUYIS NOW 

SPRUCING UP HOUSE MAY SPEED UP SALE 

N.C ^^gHwifERTO^IN N .c. ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE 

N.C. AWARD 

TF U tD AltoRHS 
N.CT STATEARTIST'S TAPESTRY CHOSEN FOR SWISS SHOW 
NCBELIST, MAGNATE AMONG '89 N.C. AWARD WINNERS 

N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. mmrm 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO JUDGES. N.C. 

^.£ S Btf A ASSO€IATi0N SUPPORTS MANDATED MEDIATION 
JUDGE NAMED VICE PRESIDENT OF BAR GROUP 
GUIDE ON MANNERS MAY NOT CHANGE MUCH 
MISS MANNERS INVADES THE BAR 

N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LEG<*. EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 

232 PASS N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

84 PERCENT PASS N.C. BAR EXAM 

BAR EXAM SCORES JUMP AT NCCU 

N.C. BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER 
SEE ALSO BIOTECHNOLOGY 
SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 

SURVEY BEGUN ON BIOTECHNOLOGY ATTITUDES 

FEW BUDGET PLUMS OFFERED FOR TRIANGLE 

BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER AWARDS 10 GRANTS 

CUTS 'WOULD ELIMINATE BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER 



H 

H 

CHH 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 



1/10/1939 B 
1/23/1989 B 
1/24/1989 A 
3/07/1989 A 
3/15/1989 B 
3/27/1989 B 
4/15/1989 B 
4/16/1989 D 
4/18/1989 
4/21/1989 
6/16/1989 
8/14/1989 
11/03/1989 



1 
3 
8 
6 
1 
3 
2 
16 
1 
1 
1 
1 



N 

N 

N M25 

N 

N 

N 
' N 

U L40 

N 
■ N L40 

N 
> N C47 

N L40 



S 2 6/03/1989 A 1 N C61 



H 2 7/19/1989 C 
S 2 7/20/1989 A 
S 2 7/27/1989 C 



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



3 N 
11 N M06 

1 P N M06 



N S17 

N S17 



H 2 6/17/1989 C 4 N 



2 4/24/1989 B 1 U W66 
2 10/28/1989 A 1 P N 



S 2 4/10/1989 A 5 J Oil 

H 2 7/02/1989 B 4 N 

S 2 12/26/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 12/31/1989 D 4 E 



S 2 4/03/1989 B 6 N 
H 1 8/24/1989 C 2 N 
S 2 8/24/1989 C 1 N 



1/15/1989 B 
1/19/1989 C 
1/21/1989 B 
1/24/1989 C 
3/17/1989 A 



1 


N K65 


1 


N R53 


6 


N 


1 


N 


1 


N K65 



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N.C.'S BIOTECHNOLOGY LAW NOW SEEN AS MODEL FOR OTHER STATES_ 
STATE'S SLOW-STARTING BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY NOW KEEPING PACE 
$4.4 MILLION HEADQUARTERS PLANNED BY BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER 

N.C. BOARD OF ALCOHOLIC CONTROL _ __ 
SEE N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

N.C. BOARD OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

HAVRETIC ADDRESSES EDUCATION PROBLEMS _ „, 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS CHAIRMAN SHRUGS OFF MAVRETIC'S »POT SHOT' 
3 REAPPOINTED TO COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARDS BY GOV. MARTIN 






H 


2 8/27/1989 C 


10 


N K65 


H 


2 10/14/1989 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 11/17/1989 C 


1 


N K65 



CHH 1 3/10/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/11/1989 A 
H 2 9/20/1989 C 



1 N L90 

3 P N S17 

4 N R53 



N.C. BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 
SEE ALSO DENTISTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO LICENSING BOARDS _ 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 
DENTIST'S LICENSE SUSPENDED IN UMSTEAD MALPRACTICE PROBE 

N.C. BOARD OF EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 
A BETTER WAY TO PICK TEXTBOOKS 
ETHERIDGE HAS TENSE MEETING WITH BOARD 
EDUCATION MEETINGS PLANNED 
GOVERNING BOARDS OF 3 EDUCATION SYSTEMS HEAR TAX SPEECH 

MAVRETIC ADDRESSES EDUCATION PROBLEMS ^ niinrt 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS CHAIRMAN SHRUGS OFF MAVRETIC'S 'POT SHOT' _ m 
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION IS REVIEWING PLAN TO OVERHAUL EMPLOYEE SALARIES 
STATE EDUCATION BOARD MEMBERS FEEL INSIGNIFICANT 
REPUBLICANS UNCHARACTERISTIC IN CALL FOR EDUCATION SPENDING 
SCHOOL GUIDELINES FEARED THREAT TO FLEXIBILTY 

N.C. BOARD OF ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ELECTION LAWS 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. 

ELECTIONS BOARD PUSHES NEWSPAPER ENDORSEMENTS BILL 

GOVERNOR REAPPOINTS MARSH TO STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS 

N.C. BOARD OF ETHICS 
SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 
ETHICS BOARD CHAIRMAN HASN'T FILED DISCLOSURE FORM 
ETHICS BOARD LEADER SETTING POOR EXAMPLE 

N.C. BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

DOCTOR'S PRACTICE RESTRICTED UNDER CONSENT ORDER 

N.C. BOARD OF NURSING 

SEE ALSO N.C. NURSES EXAM 

SEE ALSO NURSES, N.C. 
STATE INSPECTORS GIVE NCCU NURSING PROGRAM GOOD MARKS S 

BOARD VOTES TO END NURSING PROGRAM PROBATION AT NCCU H 

HARD WORK HELPS SAVE NCCU NURSING SCHOOL S 

NCCU MEETS NURSING STANDARDS S 

N.C. BOARD OF PAROLE 

SEE N.C. DIVISION OF ADULT PROBATION AND PAROLES 
SEE N.C. PAROLE COMMISSION 

N.C. BOARD OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 

SEE N.C. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 

N.C. BOARD OF TRANSPORTATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 

GOVERNOR APPOINTS 21 MEMBERS TO BOARD OF TRANSPORTATION H 

RAND REAPPOINTED AS TRANSPORTATION BOARD MEMBER S 

TRANSPORTATION OFFICIAL SEEKS CONFLICT PROBE H 

ETHICS ISSUE MAKING MEMBERS OF TRANSPORTATION BOARD WARY H 
OFFICIALS FROM TWO WAKE TOWNS SHOW VIDEOS TO ILLUSTRATE THEIR ROAD NEEDS H 

TRAIN-TO-PLANE WAY TO GO H 

HENDERSON BYPASS CONTRACT APPROVED H 



H 2 9/27/1989 A 1 N T33 



H 2 


1/31/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


2/04/1989 A 


12 


N 


CHH 1 


3/05/1989 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/10/1989 C 


1 


N L90 


CHH 1 


3/10/1989 A 


1 


N L90 


CHH 1 


3/11/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


H 2 


4/07/1989 A 


8 


N 


S 2 


9/25/1989 A 


5 


J on 


S 2 


9/26/1989 A 


5 


J on 


H 2 11/03/1989 A 


1 


N L40 



2 4/09/1989 B 1 P N 
2 5/17/1989 C 2 N 



2 3/05/1989 B 9 N 
2 3/07/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 8/05/1989 B 14 N C60 



2 1/18/1989 A 7 N 

2 1/27/1989 A 1 N C60 

2 1/31/1989 A 4 E 

2 9/01/1989 A 1 N S92 



9 


1/06/1989 A 


10 


N 


2 


1/10/1989 B 


5 


N 


2 


2/09/1989 B 


5 


N 


2 


3/05/1989 B 


1 


N 


2 


5/04/1989 C 


7 


N P41 


2 


5/27/1989 A 


4 


E 


2 


9/02/1989 C 


1 


N R53 



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STATE TRANSPORTATION BOARD OKS PAVING DAVIS DRIVE EXTENSION 
$5 BILLION DOT PLAN MEANS DURHAM ROAD, RAIL CHANGES 
4-LANE 15-501 PLANNED FOR 1996 CONSTRUCTION 

N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 

SEE ALSO GARDENING, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO GARDENING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PLANTS 

|£ Ki^L" ffl SfiOTMSr SHOWS, SALES IN APRIL 
GARDENING FOR T1€KITCHEN~THE FRAGRANT ART OF GROWING HERBS 
MUSEUM, BOTANICAL GARDEN GET GRANTS 
UNC GARDEN EXTENDS HOURS THROUGH SEPT. 

KS^DiTUSSffB FOR S*E AT BOTANICAL GARDEN 
UILJJFLOHERS ARE ON SALE AT THE N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 

BOTANICAL^Sn PLANS TO SCALE DOWN OPEN HOUSE TO GET BACK TO ITS.., 

BOTANICAL GARDEN CROWD SMALLER BUT STILL ENTHUSIASTIC 

BOTANICAL GARDEN AWARDED $25,906 „»-—, 

T.'faLL WILDFLOUERS DISPLAY AT N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 

'IN'-SECTS 

SET SAY 'NO' 

EVENT TO ADDRESS IMPORTANCE OF RAIN FORESTS 

BOT^CAL^GARDEN MORE THAN JUST SERENE SHOUPLACE 

(KloS ACID C RAIN P THREATEN SOUTH'S FAVORITE FIR 

N,C * N?C? BOYSOfllR TO SING IN DUKE CHAPEL 

N,C S£E°BOYS' A STATE (WAKE FOREST UNIV.) 

N.C. BUDGET ADVISORY COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

N.C. BUSINESS COMMITTEE FOR ™CATION 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, SCHOOL SUPPORT 
GLAXO HONORED 

N.C. BUSINESS HALL OF FAME 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 
CONGRATULATIONS, MR. SPAULDING 

N.C. CAPITOL 

SEE N.C. STATE CAPITOL 

N.C. CENTER FOR BLACK HISTORY 
SEE ALSO BLACK HISTORY 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. o„tt™> 
PROFILES IN BLACK HISTORY (SPECIAL SECTION) 

N.C. CENTER FOR PEACE EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO PEACE 

WOMAN TO GET PEACE AWARD 

N.C. CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH ^ l „ TV 

STUDY: $3 BILLION YEARLY EFFORT FAILS TO HALT POVERTY 
HOSPITAL REPORT RECEIVES COOL RECEPTION 
FORMER LAWMAKERS USE EXPERIENCE AS LOBBYISTS 
STATE JOB PROGRAMS NEED EXTENSIVE REVIEW 
DURHAM AMONG TOP TEN IN SPENDING FOR SCHOOLS 
REPORT SAYS MONEY A BARRIER TO RECYCLING 

N.C. CENTER FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION 

SEEUNIV. OF N.C. CENTER FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION 

N.C. CENTER ON CRIME AND PUNISHMENT 



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S 2 10/17/1989 C 1 N C61 
H 2 11/04/1989 A 1 N L40 
CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 1 P N M25 



CHH 

H 

H 

H 

CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



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



2/21/1989 A 
3/03/1989 C 
4/19/1989 B 
5/25/1989 B 
6/15/1989 A 
6/16/1989 
7/30/1989 
8/04/1989 
8/30/1989 
9/02/1989 
9/05/1989 
9/10/1989 
9/10/1989 
9/16/1989 
9/17/1989 
9/22/1989 
9/22/1989 
10/16/1989 
12/10/1989 
12/17/1989 



5 
7 
1 D 



3 
7 
8 
5 
1 
3 
1 
3 
9 
3 
3 
3 
9 
3 
14 
10 



N 

N U80 
F S56 
N 



N 
P 

P C45 
P C45 
P C45 
N S17 
N S17 
N 

P C45 
P L38 
P L38 
N S17 
N 
N 
N 
N 



H 2 6/02/1989 D 6 P N 



S 2 6/23/1989 C 6 P P K30 



H 2 11/15/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 2/02/1989 B SPG 



CHH 1 9/29/1989 A 1 P N 



H 1 1/24/1989 B 1 N L40 

H 2 3/28/1989 A 12 N 

H 2 4/03/1989 B 1 P N 

S 2 5/10/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 10/12/1989 C 1 N C60 

H 2 12/23/1989 B 1 N 



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SEE ALSO CRIMES, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CRIMES) 
SEE ALSO LAW ENFORCEMENT „ T „„ 

DIRECTOR OF JAIL ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM ONCE HIGH IN U. VA, POLITICS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. 

SEE ALSO HAPS, N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTER FOR BLACK HISTORY 

SEE ALSO WNCC-FH 

NCCU FILES FOR FM RADIO (CORRECTION PRINTED 4-6-89) 

CORRECTION 

NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY) THE ROAD TO LEADERSHIP (AD) 

MAGAZINE AD TOUTS NCCU, SEEKS FUNDS FOR PROGRAMS 

NCCU ARTICLE PUZZLING 

NCCU TRYING TO RAISE PROFILE WITH AD CAMPAIGN 

ARTICLE UNFAIR TO NCCU „ „ 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY TO OBSERVE BENCHMARK ANNIVERSARIES THIS YEAR 

NCCU ACADEMIC CALENDAR, 1989-90/NCCU'S YEAR IN SPORTS 

SPECIAL KITS 

NCCU'S YEAR HAD ITS UPS AND DOWNS— BUT MOSTLY UPS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ADMINISTRATION „ 

ROSEMARY JOHNSON RETIRING JULY 31 AFTER 31 YEARS AT NCCU 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ADMISSIONS 

SAT WORRIES COLLEGE-BOUND STUDENTS j TEST IS ABOUT 20X OF TOTAL 

FRESHMEN TO RECEIVE NCCU PREVIEW . „ „ 

NCCU BEGINS RECRUITMENT EFFORTS FOR CLASS THAT WILL ENTER NEXT AUGUST 
NCCU EXPECTS 1,000 VISITORS FROM HIGH SCHOOLS ON SEPT. 30 
OFFICIALS! NCCU PROGRAM 'FILLS VOID' 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., AUDIT 
SEE ALSO AUDITORS 
NCCU AUDIT REPORT DELAYED A MONTH 
NCCU AUDIT FINDINGS DELAYED 
FISCAL WEAKNESSES TO KEEP AUDITORS ON NCCU CAMPUS 
RENFROU: NCCU CAN EASE AUDIT WOES 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
DAVIS TOP NCCU STUDENT TEACHER 

NCCU GIVES $1,000 AWARDS TO 40 (CORRECTION PRINTED 8-16-89) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., BUDGET 

NCCU PAY, REPAIRS REQUIRE $8 MILLION (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-11-89) 
NCCU DESERVES HELP TO KEEP GOOD FACULTY 

CORRECTION ,_ 

CHARLES HOLLAND'S UNRUFFLED STYLE HELPED BRING CALM TO NCCU BOARD 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

NCCU PAY, REPAIRS REQUIRE $8 MILLION (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-11-89) 

EAGLES' ADDITION 

ALLEN ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF NCCU BOARD 

NCCU BOARD OKS $16.4 MILLION DORM CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS 

NCCU TRUSTEES OK CONSTRUCTION PLAN 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. , CALENDAR AND SCHEDULES 
NCCU AWAITS RECORD FRESHMAN CLASS 
900 NCCU FACULTY, STAFF RETURN TODAY 
NCCU FRESHMEN CART DREAMS, TREASURES TO DORM 'HOMES' 
THE BIG MOVE 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CAREER COUNSELING AND PLACEMENT BUREAU 
DIRECTOR NAMED FOR N.C. CENTRAL PLACEMENT OFFICE 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., COMMENCEMENT 

SULLIVAN TO BE NCCU GRADUATION SPEAKER 
SULLIVAN CANCELS NCCU SPEECH (CORRECTED 5-4-89) 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
CAB CALLOWAY TO ATTEND NCCU COMMENCEMENT 



H 2 8/06/1989 B 1 U N36 



s 


2 4/05/1989 A 


1 N S92 


s 


2 4/06/1989 A 


2 N 


s 


2 4/19/1989 H 


10 P A 


H 


2 7/08/1989 C 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 7/13/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


2 7/16/1989 B 


1 N N36 


H 


2 7/17/1989 A 


4 L 


H 


2 8/20/1989 C 


1 N N36 


H 


2 8/20/1989 C 


4 M F 


S 


2 11/18/1989 A 


5PPT32 


H 


2 12/28/1989 A 


1 D N N36 


H 


2 7/23/1989 B 


1 P U N36 


S 


2 1/09/1989 A 


1 N S92 


H 


2 7/02/1989 B 


7 N 


S 


2 8/03/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 9/26/1989 A 


16 N 


S 


2 10/28/1989 A 


1 N E33 



S 2 8/09/1989 A 7 N 

H 2 8/10/1989 C 1 P N 

H 2 12/21/1989 C 1 N N36 

S 2 12/23/1989 A 1 N E33 



S 2 5/02/1989 A 3 N 
H 2 8/15/1989 B 1 N 
H 2 8/16/1989 A 2 N 



2 2/06/1989 A 1 P N S92 

2 2/09/1989 A 4 E 

2 2/11/1989 A 2 N 

2 7/05/1989 C 1 P N N36 



2/06/1989 A 

5/20/1989 D 

9/21/1989 C 

11/16/1989 C 

11/16/1989 A 



P N S92 

P P S76 

N N36 

N N36 

M N E33 



2 7/08/1989 A 1 N 

2 8/14/1989 B 1 N 

2 8/17/1989 A 1 P N C47 

2 8/17/1989 A 13 P P T32 



H 2 5/27/1989 C 3 P N 



S 2 3/21/1989 A 1 P N 

H 2 5/03/1989 B 10 P N 

H 2 5/04/1989 A 2 N 

H 2 5/04/1989 C 13 N 



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MmeS^ek^ BHnai tomorrow 

^^Tm$HM££%m*B> THIS MORNING 

»^ ^SS REBIRTH OF RACIAL PREJUDICE 
SUNNY SKIES, BRIGHT FUTURES _ „„ 

^COLLEGE GRADUATES JUST STARTING EDUCATION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. , CONCERTS 

TOURING MUSICAL HONORS 'FATHER OF BLUES' 
DIFFERENT DRUMMER 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CONFERENCES mtMlsrii 

^IST^&WcffiE Xf'oFFICIALS MEET TODAY AT NCCU 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CONSTRUCTION iBimrTTnu 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CRIMES uimnra 

^DAT^DC^5T C 5^^iJ UR ^'S SECURITY RATING IS AMONG BEST... 

N,C ' Sis SSS'tHSWstikht.8 wasted TRIP 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., DORMITORIES __„_ 
SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENT HOUSING 
SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. CHIDLEY HALL 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., EMPLOYEES 
NCCU TO HONOR EMPLOYEES 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

H,C ' NTttNT^'folSnTO OKERK B£Ng*1ARK ANNIVERSARIES THIS YEAR 
NCCU FRESHMAN ENROLLMENT JUMPS 49 PERCENT IN FIVE YEARS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., FACULTY 

NCCU PROF THORPE DIES AT 64 

NCCU PROF'S COMPLAINT SENT TO PANEL 

EWttNBS RECEIVES N.C. DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD 

NCCU PROF TO LECTURE ON READING, WRITING, RACE 

^NCCU^OFeIsO^StED (CORRECTION PRINTED 6-29-89) 
CLEARING THE RECORD JJJ UJ , 

Sggj S i^KM^^CORRECTION PRINTED 8-16-89) __ 

NCCU SCTENTIsfsGETCCWRACT TO BUILD FREE-ELECTRON GUN FOR FAR-INRARED 

NX - ^AY^AI^I^HlllION (CORRECTION PRINTED 2-11-89, 
NCCU DESERVES HELP TO KEEP GOOD FACULTY 
NCCU EARNINGS RANK WITH AVERAGE 
NCCU SALARIES NEAR U.S. AVERAGE 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., FIRES 

DORMITORY FIRE „, 

FIRE GUTS DORM ROOM AT NCCU 

FIRE HITS NCCU DORM 

SECOND FIRE GUTS NCCU DORMITORY ROOM 

N ' C ' ^^'FPSS 1 ^ HURT IN HAZING 

HAZING A TRADITION NO LONGER ACCEPTABLE ON CAMPUS 
STUDENTS REMINDED OF RULES AGAINST HAZING 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 



— BATE- 

5/05/1989 
5/10/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/14/1989 
5/14/1989 
5/16/1989 



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16 P 



N 
N 
N 
N 

N C45 
N N36 
P S73 
E 



2/08/1989 B 
3/16/1989 D 



2 6/10/1989 C 
2 6/17/1989 C 
2 6/18/1989 B 



12 N M60 
6 P N 



2 N 
1 N 
1 P N R63 



H 2 5/02/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 8/22/1989 B 1 N C47 



S 2 8/12/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 8/16/1989 A 2 N 



H 2 8/20/1989 C 1 N N36 
H 2 11/18/1989 C 2 N 



S 


2 


1/31/1989 B 


1 P 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 A 


16 N 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


5 P N 


H 


2 


4/28/1989 A 


11 N 


S 


2 


5/15/1989 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


6/28/1989 B 


6 N 


H 


2 


6/29/1989 A 


2 N 


S 


2 


6/29/1989 A 


3 N 


H 


2 


8/15/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


8/22/1989 B 


1 P N C60 


S 


2 


2/06/1989 A 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 


2/09/1989 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


7/13/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


7/16/1989 B 


10 N 



S 2 10/27/1989 A 1 P P S76 

H 2 10/28/1989 C 1 P N S76 

S 2 11/01/1989 A 1 P N B53 

H 2 11/02/1989 C 9 P N 



H 2 2/23/1989 C 1 N N36 
H 2 8/28/1989 B 1 N R60 
H 2 10/07/1989 C 3 N 



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SUBJECTS 



NCCU FUND RAISING EYES REUNION-YEAR GRADS 

MAGAZINE AD TOUTS NCCU, SEEKS FUNDS FOR PROGRAMS 

NCCU ARTICLE PUZZLING 

NCCU TRYING TO RAISE PROFILE WITH AD CAMPAIGN 

ARTICLE UNFAIR TO NCCU 

TRUSTEE ANDERSON BLASTS LOU NCCU ALUMNI GIVING 

NCCU WANTS ALUMNI TO GIVE MORE MONEY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., GRADUATES 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENTS 
CHANCES, CHALLENGES DREU WIFE, MOM TO NCCU DEGREE/CLASS OF »89 
NCCU YEARS PREPARE HER FOR LIFE AND CAREER IN FASHION/CLASS OF »89 
WOMAN OVERCOMES DISABILITY, GETS HER NCCU DEGREE/CLASS OF »89 
VIOLIN LOVER PLANS TO GET DOCTORATE IN MUSIC THEORY/CLASS OF '89 
NCCU GRAD SETS HER SIGHTS ON MEDICINE/CLASS OF '89 
NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY LISTS GRADUATES 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., GRANTS 

NCCU GRANT TO AID TEACHING OF MAPMAKING 

N.C. CENTRAL RECEIVES GRANT FOR SEMINAR ON MAPMAKING 

NCCU GETS $16,000 GRANT 

CONFLICT OF INTEREST DEBATE ENTANGLES BROUN 

NCCU GETS GRANT COUNCILMAN BACKED 

NCCU GETS GRANT FOR GERONTOLOGY CURRICULUM 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., HISTORY _ A „„„ 

MAKING THE GRADE/DURHAM WORKS HARD TO EARN RENOWN AS 'CITY OF EDUCATION' 
NCCU BEGINS AS SHEPARD'S DREAM TO HELP BLACK MINISTERS 
NCC RECOVERS FINANCIALLY; SHEPARD'S DREAM STILL GROWS ^ 
N.C. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY TO OBSERVE BENCHMARK ANNIVERSARIES THIS YEAR 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., HOMECOMING 

NCCU HOMECOMING EVENTS START TODAY - 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, DURHAM COUNTY 
STATE LAWYER: NCCU SLAYING HAPPENED DESPITE SECURITY 
RULING IN SUIT AGAINST NCCU TO BE RELEASED TOMORROW 
DECISION DUE IN MOM'S SUIT OVER NCCU SLAYING 
STATE JUDGE: NCCU NEGLI6ENT IN 1986 DEATH 

MOTHER OF SLAIN NCCU STUDENT AWARDED $100,000 m 

UNC SYSTEM MAY APPEAL RULING AGAINST NCCU (CORRECTION PRINTED 4-21-89) 

NCCU, UNC SYSTEM APPEAL AWARD IN SLAYING SUIT _ 

MOTHER FILES SECOND SUIT AGAINST NCCU OVER SON'S MURDER IN UNGUARDED... 

MOTHER FILES 2ND SUIT IN SON'S DEATH 

NCCU REBUTS CONTRACT LAWSUIT, SAYS NO PACT WITH DEAD STUDENT 

RULING DELAYED IN LAWSUIT AGAINST NCCU 

JUDGE DISMISSES SUIT AGAINST NCCU OVER SECURITY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., MURDER 
SEE ALSO MURDER, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. , CRIMES 

18-YEAR-OLD GETS LIFE PRISON SENTENCE FOR MURDER 

MAN GIVEN 3-YEAR TERM IN MURDER CASE 

STATE LAWYER: NCCU SLAYING HAPPENED DESPITE SECURITY 

COMPENSATION FOR SLAIN NCCU STUDENT DELAYED 

RULING IN SUIT AGAINST NCCU TO BE RELEASED TOMORROW 

DECISION DUE IN MOM'S SUIT OVER NCCU SLAYING 

STATE JUDGE: NCCU NEGLIGENT IN 1986 DEATH 

MOTHER OF SLAIN NCCU STUDENT AWARDED $100,000 

UNC SYSTEM MAY APPEAL RULING AGAINST NCCU (CORRECTION PRINTED 4-21-89) 

A BUM RAP FOR N.C. CENTRAL 

DATA DOESN'T JUSTIFY BASHING; NCCU'S SECURITY RATING IS AMONG BEST... 

NCCU, UNC SYSTEM APPEAL AWARD IN SLAYING SUIT 

MOTHER FILES SECOND SUIT AGAINST NCCU OVER SON'S MURDER IN UNGUARDED... 

TRIAL TO BEGIN MONDAY IN NCCU STUDENT'S DEATH 

MOTHER FILES 2ND SUIT IN SON'S DEATH 

JUDGE DENIES TRIAL MOTIONS 

JURY SELECTION BEGINS IN NCCU MURDER TRIAL 

OFFICERS' TESTIMONY OPENS TRIAL FOR » 86 NCCU SLAYING 



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C -PG L P BYL 



3/13/1989 C 
7/08/1989 C 
7/13/1989 A 
7/16/1989 B 
7/17/1989 A 
11/16/1989 C 
11/16/1989 C 



5/16/1989 C 
5/17/1989 B 
5/18/1989 C 
5/19/1989 C 
5/20/1989 B 
9/01/1989 C 



N 

N S82 
L 

N N36 
L 

N N36 
N E33 



1/11/1989 
1/13/1989 
4/01/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/29/1989 
11/10/1989 



2 4/19/1989 G 

2 4/19/1989 G 

2 4/19/1989 G 

2 8/20/1989 C 



14 N 

3 N 

3 N 

1 P N R63 

1 N C61 
10 N 



1 P F S92 

4 P F S92 

5 P F S92 
1 N N36 



H 2 11/02/1989 B 6 N 



S 


2 


4/03/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


4/20/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


4/21/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


4/21/1989 C 


1 


N E53 


S 


2 


5/04/1989 A 


7 


N B53 


H 


2 


6/03/1989 C 


2 


N S82 


S 


2 


6/03/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


7/27/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


9/07/1989 C 


4 


N S82 


H 


2 


9/14/1989 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 C 




N S82 


H 


2 


3/28/1989 C 




N 


S 


2 


4/03/1989 C 




N 


H 


2 


4/06/1989 A 




N S82 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 A 




N 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 C 




N S82 


S 


2 


4/20/1989 A 




N B53 


H 


2 


4/21/1989 C 




N 582 


S 


2 


4/21/1989 C 




N B53 


H 


2 


4/29/1989 A 




E 


H 


2 


5/02/1989 A 




E 


S 


2 


5/04/1989 A 




N B53 


H 


2 


6/03/1989 C 




N S82 


S 


2 


6/03/1989 A 




N B53 


S 


2 


6/03/1989 A 




N B53 


S 


2 


6/05/1989 C 




N 


H 


2 


6/06/1989 C 


2 


N S32 


S 


2 


6/06/1989 C 


1 


N M06 



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Hgfif l>Wsg^Vffi& OF NOT STUIENT BULLOCK 
N^REBUTif S*T LAWSUIT, SAYS NO PACT WITH DEAD STUDENT 
S^^^B^S^S ^ SECURITY 

N ' C kE CE NTT C SL KfcALEN^ «<D SOCDULES 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ORIENTATION 

800 ATTEND NOT'S EARLY ORIENTATION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., REGISTRATION 
A RETURN TO COLLEGE LIFE 

^kE^slMl^ 1 ^^* SCHOLARSHIP,) 
NOT STUDENT GETS MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP 

N * C ' ^fig&'&FWS&U* IESPITE SECURITY 
DECISION DUE INMOM'S SUIT OVER NCCU SLAYING 
STATE JUDO! NCCU NEGLIGENT IN 1986 DEATH 

E^WIMSS gSH $ *ot"&ECTION PRINTED 4-21-89) 
DAT^DO^^JU^TiF^SHING; NOT'S SECURITY RATING IS AMONG BEST... 
^&Wg£Wifi3&$ gSMSN'S MILDER IN UffiUttKD... 

{g^REfflP ^» T JiaB: S S^ TH NO ?«* WITH *» STUDENT 
JUDffi DISMISSES SUIT AGAINST NCCU OVER SECURITY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SPEAKERS 

SE ^°wo E K mwF&JRwKra TO SPE*< AT N.C. central awards day 
faS^ tells not croud quality or KNOWLEDGE key to freedom, life 

SSSCETD HONOR CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS 
ARTHUR ASHE AT NCCU 

ASHE! BIG LIE HURTS BLACKS 

ASHE SERVES MINORITIES HIS SUPPORT 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SPORTS^ 
SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENT FEES 

NCCU BOARD OKS 2 OF 3 PROPOSED FEE HIKES 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 

AMNG T HIGHf NOT STUDOT-BOW PR£Sir£NT PU*S TO BECOME CHANCELLOR... 
NOT STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT HAY RESIGN 
NOT STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT WON'T RESIGN 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENTJEALTH a^.Tprc 

NOT OFFICIAL RAPS STUDENT ^HEALTH SERVICES 
NCCU BOARD OKS 2 OF 3 FtfOPOSED FEE HIKES 

H ' C ' S^ELeS'cSn S^ BOARD 

SSI |g£ ^^fflSloSrS^CGNSTMCriON, FLAIRS 
NCCU TRUSTEES OK CONSTRUCTION PLAN 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUIfENJLOANS 

SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM _„. TTC 

LOAN-DEFAULT PROGRAM HAS DOUBLE BENEFITS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENTS 



N 
P 

H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 



D — BATE- 



S 
E 

c -re 



I T 
L Y 

L P 



BYL 



6/07/1989 
6/08/1989 
6/09/1989 
7/27/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/14/1989 



N S82 
N S82 
N 
N B53 

N S82 
N S82 



H 


2 7/13/1989 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 8/23/1989 B 


1 P P C45 


S 


2 12/26/1989 C 


6 


N 


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


2 4/03/1989 C 
2 4/20/1989 C 
2 4/20/1989 A 
2 4/21/1989 C 
2 4/21/1989 C 
2 4/29/1989 A 
2 5/02/1989 A 
2 5/04/1989 A 
2 6/03/1989 C 
2 6/03/1989 A 
2 7/27/1989 C 
2 9/14/1989 C 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
4 
7 
2 
1 
1 
1 


N 

N S82 
N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
E 
E 

N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
N B53 
N S82 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 


2 4/13/1989 B 
2 4/15/1989 A 
2 6/09/1989 A 
2 10/22/1989 C 
2 10/25/1989 D 
2 10/25/1989 A 


7 P N 

1 P N 046 
12 N 
11 N M88 

1 P U M88 

1 P N E33 



H 2 2/16/1989 C 1 N N36 



S 2 4/24/1989 C 

S 2 5/03/1989 B 

H 2 9/01/1989 C 

H 2 9/13/1989 C 



5 N 

1 P N 
1 P N C47 
5 N C47 



2/15/1989 C 
2/16/1989 C 



N N36 
N N36 



2 9/21/1989 C 

2 9/21/1989 A 

2 11/16/1989 C 

2 11/16/1989 A 



1 N N36 

1 N S92 

1 N N36 

1 M N E33 



S 2 6/05/1989 A 4 E 



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SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. , GRADUATES 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SECURITY POLICE 

AFTER THE FACT 

FOR THIRD TIME, COURT IMPOSES 30-YEAR TERM 

DECISION DUE IN MOM'S SUIT OVER NCCU SLAYING 

NCCU NAMES TOP STUDENT TEACHER 

NCCU HONOR STUDENT PLAYS PIANO TO RELIEVE FRUSTRATIONS 

NCCU LISTS HONOR STUDENTS 

GRIT, GUTS KEEP NCCU STUDENT IN COLLEGE 

WHERE EAGLES NEST 

CONCRETE EAGLES FAN 

PAIR FROM NEW NCCU GROUP SEEK AUDIENCE AT VIRGINIA BEACH 



NCCU STUDENTS. VIRGINIA BEACH MAYOR NOT TO MEET ABOUT RIOTS ANYTIME SOON H 
CLEARING THE RECORD „ H 

NCCU PAIR TELL PROBE PANEL RACISM CAUSED LABOR DAY RIOT H 

EGGED-ON NCCU STUDENTS REACH PROBLEM-SOLVING EGGS-PERTISE H 



N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENTS, DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE _ 

NCCU OPENS 24-HOUR HOTLINE FOR ADVICE ON ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE 

N.C, CENTRAL UNIV., SUMMER SCHOOL 

NCCU PLANS SUMMER ACADEMIC PROGRAM 

SUMMER SCHOOL CLASSES START MAY 16 AT NCCU 

SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION BEGINS MAY IS AT N.C. CENTRAL 

SUMMER REGISTRATION 

NCCU SUMMER-TERM ENROLLMENT UP 8X 

41 ATTEND NCCU'S PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAM 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SYMPOSIA 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CONFERENCES _ 

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

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., TUITION 

HEFTY JUMP IN UNC TUITION PROPOSED 

N.C, CENTRAL UNIV., UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PROGRAM 
NEW NCCU RESEARCH PROGRAM PRODUCING FAST RESULTS 
NCCU UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCHERS GET FAST RESULTS 

N C CENTRAL UNIV» AWARDS DAY 
'"" WOMAN WHO BROKE MOVIE COLOR BARRIER TO SPEAK AT N.C. CENTRAL AWARDS DAY 
NCCU HONORS DR. EDWARDS DURING AWARDS DAY PROGRAM 
AWARDS DAY CHAT 

NCCU DEDICATES BUILDING TO DR. HELEN G. EDMONDS 
CORRECTION 
EX-FILM STAR RECEIVES HONORARY DEGREE AT NCCU 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

NCCU BOARD OKS 2 OF 3 PROPOSED FEE HIKES 

NCCU TRUSTEE IS CHARGED WITH DWI _ 

STITH ASKS HIGHWAY PATROL LEADER TO INVESTIGATE HIS ARREST BY TROOPER 

NCCU PROF'S COMPLAINT SENT TO PANEL 

NCCU TRUSTEE STITH FOUND INNOCENT OF DWI; FINED $25 

2 MEN WITH DURHAM TIES NAMED AS NCCU TRUSTEES 

NCCU ESTABLISHING SCHOOL OF EDUCATION EFFECTIVE JULY 1 

TERMS OF 3 NCCU TRUSTEES END; STITH STATUS STILL UNKNOWN 

NCCU UPGRADING TEACHER-TRAINING PROGRAM 

CHARLES HOLLAND'S UNRUFFLED STYLE HELPED BRING CALM TO NCCU BOARD 

STITH LOSES NCCU BOARD POST 

NCCU BOARD TO ELECT OFFICERS 

ALLEN ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF NCCU BOARD 

NCCU HEARS DORM RENOVATION OPTIONS 

NCCU BOARD ELECTION CRITICIZED AS SEUST 

EDMONDS KEEPS COOL IN NCCU CONTROVERSY 

A MISSED OPPORTUNITY? 

NCCU TRUSTEES SHOULD HAVE ELECTED DR. EDMONDS 

NCCU BOARD PLANS RETREAT THIS WEEKEND 

WERE SUPPORTERS OF NCCU CHAIRMAN UNAWARE OF PAST? 

ALLEN'S VICTORY ON NCCU BOARD LEAVES UNANSWERED QUESTIONS 



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1/07/1989 B 
1/27/1989 C 
4/20/1989 
5/04/1989 
5/13/1989 
6/08/1989 
8/01/1989 
8/22/1989 B 
8/25/1989 C 
9/26/1989 B 
9/27/1989 C 
10/04/1989 A 
11/01/1989 C 
12/03/1989 B 



2 
1 
1 

18 
15 
3 
1 
5 
4 
5 
12 
2 
1 
1 



N 

N S82 
N S82 
N 
N 
N 

N H65 
P S73 
P T32 
N 

N C47 
N 

N C47 
U N36 



S 2 3/20/1989 C 1 N 



H 


2 


3/03/1989 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


4/29/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/03/1989 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


5/13/1989 A 


15 


N 


S 


2 


6/15/1989 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


6/23/1989 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


4/06/1989 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/26/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


4/28/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


5/11/1989 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 B 


7 P N 


S 


2 


4/14/1989 A 


1 


N S92 


S 


2 


4/14/1989 A 


2 P P S76 


H 


2 


4/15/1989 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


4/15/1989 A 


2 


N 


S 


2 


4/15/1989 B 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 


2/16/1989 C 


1 


N N36 


S 


2 


2/16/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/21/1989 B 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


5/05/1989 C 


1 P N S32 


S 


2 


6/17/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


6/22/1989 C 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


6/22/1989 B 


2 


N N36 


S 


2 


6/22/1989 C 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 


7/05/1989 C 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


7/13/1989 A 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


9/14/1989 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


9/21/1989 C 


1 


N N36 


S 


2 


9/21/1989 A 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 


9/22/1989 C 


1 


N N36 


S 


2 


9/23/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/01/1989 D 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/02/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


10/05/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


10/06/1989 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 10/10/1989 A 


4 


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NCCU BOARD OKS $16.4 MILLION DORM CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS 

TRUSTEE ANDERSON BLASTS LOU NCCU ALUMNI GIVING 

NCCU TRUSTEES OK CONSTRUCTION PLAN 

NCCU WANTS ALUMNI TO GIVE MORE M0NEf„ 

NCCU TRUSTEE CHAIRMANSHIP SELECTION RAPPED 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. CHIDLEY HALL 

ALLEN ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF NCCU BOARD 
NCCU HEARS DORM RENOVATION OPTIONS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. CHOIR 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
N.C. CENTRAL CHOIR BEGINS SPRING TOUR 

N * C * SlK &F^FmKeFFECTIVE MUSIC*. ILLUSION 
'MOTHER HICKS' IS AN EDUCATION FOR DIRECTOR 

SrMMt KkiFlIFE INTO 'MOTHER HICKS' 
NCCU SETS FIVE SHOWS FOR 40TH DRAMA SEASON 

S^CTffiuSfe*^ ^EVOCATIVE F1AY ABLY DIRECTED 
NCCU PUTS ON 'BEST CHRISTMAS PAGEANT EVER' THROUGH SUNDAY 

^^^C&S.^SC^rEDUCATION 

NCCU ENGLISH DEPARTMENT MARKS 50TH YEAR 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF HEALTH EDUCATION 
NCCU TO TRAIN PARAGUAYANS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF NURSING 

^ATE IN^CTORSGIVE NCCU NURSING PROGRAM GOOD MARKS 
BOARD VOTES TO END NURSING PROGRAM PROBATION AT NCCU 
HARD WORK JELPS SAVE NCCU NURSING SCHOOL 

DrTgOOTjING TO SPEAK AT NCCU PINNING EVENT 
NURSING STUDY AT RISK, UNC REPORT SAYS 

KaSS SAYS NCCU NURSING DEPT. CHAIRMAN 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF POLITICAL .SCIENCE 
MAYORAL CANDIDATES TUSSLE IN NCCU FORUM 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 
NCCU FUND REQUEST STIRS COUNCILMEN 

N * C - gS&£%K&< KyW&FESSCR ON THE GO 

N ' C * slA^&'^KlR^NmJ FOUNDER'S DAY 

SPANGLK: BLACK PROFESSORS ARE CRITICALLY NEEDED IN U.S. 
SPANGLER mfit HOI RUBERi URC€S BLACKS TO PURSUE PH.p'S 
SPANGLER HAILS NCCU FOUNDER; URGES BLACKS TO PURSUE PH.D'S 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. MUSEUM OF ART 
NCCU ART MUSEUM SEEKS DOCENTS 

OTBWlSflffuraTHfsUNj CHILDREN'S ART PROVIDES BEST SHOW IN TOWN 

HOME AGAIN/NATIVE SON RETURNS TO ARTISTIC ROOTS 

'GOLDIGGER' ETTA MOTEN AT NCCU 

NCCU EXHIBITS WORKS BY ART STUDENTS MM ^__ 

HX, CENTRAL UNIVERSITY SHOWS HAITIAN PAINTINGS 

NCCU TO SHOW WORK OF PITTSBORO ARTIST 



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11/16/1989 C 
12/22/1989 C 



9/21/1989 C 
9/21/1989 A 



1 N N36 

1 P N N36 
1 M N E33 
1 P N E33 
1 N N36 



N N36 
N S92 



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H 2 3/02/1989 B 6 N 



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2/10/1989 
4/10/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/20/1989 
8/25/1989 
10/06/1989 _ 
10/13/1989 B 
10/16/1989 A 
11/17/1989 B 



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S 2 9/19/1989 B 6 N 

S 2 5/12/1989 A 7 N 



S 2 


1/18/1989 A 


7 N 


H 2 


1/27/1989 A 


1 N C60 


S 2 


1/31/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


3/21/1989 A 


2 N 


H 2 


5/12/1989 C 


16 N 


CHH 1 


6/09/1989 A 


1 C N S17 


S 2 


9/01/1989 A 


1 N S92 


H 2 


9/09/1989 C 


1 N 



S 2 10/06/1989 C 1 P N C61 
S 2 6/24/1989 A 1 N C61 
S 2 8/26/1989 C 1 P N 



S 2 10/31/1989 C 

S 2 11/03/1989 A 

H 2 11/04/1989 A 

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1 P N N36 
1 P N C47 



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1/20/1989 A 
2/09/1989 D 
2/23/1989 D 
4/14/1989 D 
4/21/1989 D 
9/17/1989 E 
10/01/1989 E 



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N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS _ _,_ 

PROGRAM BRINGS TOGETHER BLACK EXECUTIVES, STUDENTS/BUSINESS BRIEFING H 
HITCHINGS, OTHERS WEIGH COSTS OF AIDS, DRUG ABUSE, SICKLE CELL S 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 

NCCU PROFS RAP TEACHER-EDUCATION CHAIRMAN S 

94X OF NCCU STUDENTS PASS TEACHER'S EXAM S 

EDUCATORS WILL HONOR NCCU STUDENT TEACHERS S 

NCCU ESTABLISHING SCHOOL OF EDUCATION EFFECTIVE JULY 1 H 

NCCU UPGRADING TEACHER-TRAINING PROGRAM S 

BOARD GIVES MASSOGLIA NCCU HONOR S 

ACTING DEAN NAMED FOR NCCU EDUCATION SCHOOL S 

ACTING DEAN NAMED FOR EDUCATION SCHOOL H 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF LAW 
SEE ALSO LEGAL EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK LAWYERS 
SEE ALSO N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

PRINCIPALS AT NCCU BANQUET 

KINNAIRD WOULD JUGGLE LAW BOOKS, MAYOR'S JOB 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY TO OBSERVE BENCHMARK ANNIVERSARIES THIS YEAR 

BAR EXAM SCORES JUMP AT NCCU 

SCHOOL NO HINDRANCE TO DUTIES-KINNAIRD 

NCCU LAW PROGRAM TESTS METTLE 

OFFICIALS: NCCU PROGRAM 'FILLS VOID' 

NCCU LAW SCHOOL'S MISSION SUCCESSFUL 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF LAW, ADMISSIONS 

RECORD NUMBERS APPLY AT TRIANGLE LAW SCHOOLS 

NCCU LAW SCHOOL'S ALTERNATIVE ADMISSIONS PRODUCE SUCCESSFUL PAIR 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE 
BOARD APPROVES MASTER'S PROGRAM AT N.C. CENTRAL 
NCCU'S LIBRARY SCHOOL CONTINUES ETHICS TRADITION 
NCCU PLANS LIBRARY MASTER'S PROGRAM 
PERMISSION FOR DEGREE HIGHLIGHT OF NCCU YEAR 
NCCU LIBRARY SCHOOL TO CELEBRATE 50TH ANNIVERSARY 
N.C. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY TO OBSERVE BENCHMARK ANNIVERSARIES THIS YEAR 
NCCU PLANS LIBRARY COLLOQUIUM 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF NURSING 
SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT, OF NURSING 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS 

SEE ALSO BOWLING 

SEE ALSO BULL CITY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 
NCCU EAGLES HAVE A LONG-AND-STORIED HISTORY IN SPORTS S 

NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY NO LONGER WELL-KEPT SECRET S 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 

VIRGINIA UNION KEEPS PERFECT MARK WITH 'RAGGED' TRIUMPH OVER EAGLES H 

EAGLES 'TERRIBLE' IN LOSS TO UNION S 

FREE THROWS HELP EAGLES SLIP PAST FALCONS H 

FREE THROWS HELP EAGLES BY ST. AUG'S S 

N.C. CENTRAL WHIPS ECSU, 91-65 H 

EAGLES BLITZ VIKINGS S 

EAGLES HOST J.C. SMITH S 

N.C. CENTRAL SAILS TO VICTORY H 

EAGLE DEFENSE DENIES SMITH S 

NCCU, TRYING TO PLUG A LEAK, WINS H 

EAGLES OVERCOME ADVERSITY AND BEARS S 

N.C. CENTRAL CRANKS UP ROAD SHOW WITH A 74-60 TRIUMPH OVER SHAW H 

EAGLES ENJOY DORTON ARENA S 

HIGH-FLYING EAGLES SALT AWAY 75-40 POUNDING OF N.C. A&T H 

EAGLES SHOW OFF IN SMITH CENTER S 

NCCU CAPS TOUR BY WHIPPING RAMS, 70-37 H 

QUEST FOR SPACE SENDS EAGLES PACKING H 

EAGLES WALLOP WINSTON-SALEM STATE S 

N.C. CENTRAL RALLIES IN SECOND HALF TO POST WIN OVER ST. PAUL'S, 76-56 H 



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3/25/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/28/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/29/1989 B 
7/07/1989 C 
7/09/1989 B 



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CHH 1 8/03/1989 A 
H 2 8/20/1989 C 
S 2 8/24/1989 C 
CHH 1 10/06/1989 A 
S 2 10/28/1989 A 
S 2 10/28/1989 A 
S 2 10/30/1989 A 


1 P P C45 
1 N C62 
1 N N36 
1 N 

3 P N C62 
1 N E33 
1 N E33 

4 E 


S 

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2 2/27/1989 A 
2 10/17/1989 C 


1 
1 


N M06 
N N36 


H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 


2 2/11/1989 B 
2 5/12/1989 C 
2 6/29/1989 C 
2 7/22/1989 B 
2 7/24/1989 C 
2 8/20/1989 C 
2 9/06/1989 B 


3 
16 
3 
7 
1 
1 
7 


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N 

N 

N 

N 

N N36 

N 



4/19/1989 H 
5/23/1989 B 



8 P F A76 
6 P N A76 



1/06/1989 B 
1/06/1989 D 
1/08/1989 
1/09/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/12/1989 
1/12/1989 B 
1/15/1989 C 
1/16/1989 D 
1/18/1989 D 
1/18/1989 D 
1/19/1989 D 
1/19/1989 B 
1/22/1989 C 
1/22/1989 C 
1/23/1989 D 
1/24/1989 B 



N P75 
N P52 
N P75 
U A76 
N P75 
N P52 
N 

N P75 
N P52 
N P75 
U P52 
N P75 
N P52 
N P75 
N A76 
N P75 
N M14 
U P52 
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BOWIE KNIFES PAST EAGLES 
EAGLES SLIP BY ST. AUG'S 

^#£^££8 ANOTHER NCCU GAME POSTPONED 

EAGLES SLIP BY BRONCOS „ ,„ , _ 

EAGLES END LAYOFF UITH UIN AT FAYETTEVILLE 

EAGLES WRAP UP TITLE UITH UIN OVER SMITH 

EAGLES MAKE RETURN HOME BIG SUCCESS 

NCCU'S EAGLES ROIL AT HOME 

EAGLES SLIDE BY IN HOME FINALE 

SLOPPY EAGLES HOLD OFF SHAU'S BEARS 

N.C. CENTRAL UAITS ON HAMPTON UIN 

EAGLES HANDLE HAMPTON 

EAGLE TRIO SOARS TO ALL-CIAA 

NCCU SET TO MEET HAMPTON __ 

EAGLES DRAU ANGRY HAMPTON IN CIAA TOURNEY 

EAGLES DESERVE NCAA BERTH 

NCCU SLIPS PAST HAMPTON 

EAGLES RALLY, SURVIVE VS. HAMPTON 

EAGLES TOP SPARTANS 

FREE THROWS, DEFENSE KEYS TO NCOIVICTORY 

VIRGINIA UNION ROUTS EAGLES FOR CIAA TITLE 

S™ tSrBWBSkU CIAA EVENT LIES UP TO TRADITION 

EAGLES AUAIT NCAA INVITE ^ m 

EAGLES HEADED FOR NORFOLK — AGAIN 

NCCU, 6 ACC TEAMS ARE GOING FOR TITLES 

EAGLES, SPARTANS TANGLE 3RD TIME 

CENTRAL ESCAPES NORFOLK ST. 

NCCU NIPS UNION, MAKES FINAL EIGHT 

EAGLES' TEAMWORK UINS REGIONAL TITLE 

NCCU GETS BELATED SHARE OF LEGISLATURE'S LIMELIGHT 

NxfcENTRAL LOOKING TO LEAVE ITS MARK ON BASKETBALL MAP 

EAGLES NIP IaCRED HEART, FACE JACKSONVILLE STATE IN SEMIFINALS 
EAGLES NIP SACRED HEART ON FT 
EAGLES UIN SHOT AT TITLE 
EAGLES REACH TITLE GAME 

N^SAL^iNS^Tic^TITLE! EAGLES CLAIM DIVISION II CROWN... 
NCCU STUDENTS WELCOME TEAM, SAVOR THE SWEETNESS OF VICTORY 
EAGLES' NEST PROVED FULL OF TALENT 
LIVELY NCCU BACKERS GREET SOARING EAGLES 
NO DOUBT ABOUT IT! EAGLES ARE NO. 1__, 
EASTER HOLIDAY DELAYS BIG NCCU CELEBRATION 

KyaS^S IUUlL F«S SALUTE N.C. CENTRAL, DUKE jj 

NCCU EAGLES RIDE GOLDEN RAINBOW TO NATIONAL TITLE | 

MARTIN, STATE HONOR NCCU EAGLES | 

NCCU'S CHAMPIONSHIP COULD BE FIRST OF TWO g 

MARTIN HONORS NCCU BASKETBALL TEAM " 

NCCU COACH MAY BE INVITED TO ADDRESS SENATE « 

MARTIN SLIGHTS NCCU CHAMPS „„„„.„ u 

SOUVENIR SALES TRACK BASKETBALL FORTUNES " 

BERNARD TAKES AWARD, KEEPS EYE ON FUTURE » 

BERNARD TAKES AWARD, KEEPS EYE ON FUTURE " 

DURHAM IS CITY OF CHAMPIONS S 

EAGLES' CLARKE NAMED ALL-AMERICAN " 

CHEERS FOR THE CHAMPS m „ £ 

COMMUNITY HONORS NCCU OmiONSHIP TEAM g 

DURHAM CHAMBER TO SALUTE EAGLES, BLUE DEVILS " 

SPIRITS SOAR AS FANS PRAISE EAGLES' TITLE g 

BASKETBALL'S BEST! STOPPING TO GREET KIDS » 

N.C. HOUSE GREETS HIGH-FLYING EAGLES H 

AUTOGRAPH HOUNDS ? 

CONGRATULATIONS IN ORDER _„_ 5 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SALUTES EAGLES, BLUE DEVILS | 

THeIpOR^I^YEARS/SUCCESS OF TEAMS, FAN SUPPORT KEEP SPURTS LIVELY... S 



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1/26/1989 
1/29/1989 
1/30/1989 
2/02/1989 
2/05/1989 
2/06/1989 _ 
2/09/1989 B 
2/12/1989 C 
2/13/1989 D 
2/14/1989 D 
2/14/1989 B 
2/16/1989 D 
2/16/1989 B 
2/18/1989 D 
2/23/1989 D 
2/23/1989 B 
2/23/1989 B 
2/24/1989 B 
2/24/1989 D 
2/25/1989 D 
2/25/1989 B 
2/26/1989 C 
2/27/1989 
3/05/1989 
3/08/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/15/1989 . 
3/17/1989 B 
3/18/1989 D 
3/19/1989 
3/20/1989 
3/22/1989 
3/22/1989 
3/23/1989 . 
3/23/1989 B 
3/24/1989 B 
3/24/1989 D 
3/25/1989 D 
3/25/1989 B 
3/26/1989 A 
3/26/1989 C 
3/27/1989 B 
3/27/1989 B 
3/27/1989 A 
3/27/1989 D 
3/27/1989 D 
3/28/1989 A 
3/28/1989 
3/28/1989 
3/28/1989 
3/28/1989 
3/29/1989 
3/31/1989 
3/31/1989 
4/02/1989 . 
4/03/1989 B 
4/03/1989 B 
4/04/1989 D 
4/07/1989 B 



4/07/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/08/1989 
4/10/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/18/1989 



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1 

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2 

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1 

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1 

1 

1 

1 

5 

4 

1 

12 

4 

4 

1 

1 

5 

1 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

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1 
4 
4 
1 
4 
1 
10 
4 
2 

2 
2 
6 
2 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 
1 



N P75 

N P75 

=■ U P52 

N C49 

N P75 

U P52 

N P75 

N P75 

P N C45 

P N P75 

P N P52 

N P75 

N P52 

N 

N P75 
P N P52 
U P52 
N P75 
N P52 
N P75 
N P52 
N P73 
P U P52 
N P75 
N P52 
N P52 
E 

N P75 
N P75 
N P75 
U P52 
N L40 
N P52 
N P75 
N A76 
N P75 
N 

NP75 
N 
P 

N P75 
N P38 
N P75 
N A76 
N 

U A76 
N L40 
E 

N A76 
N A76 
E 

N C47 
N 
L 

N C47 
N C52 
N M14 
U A76 
N 

P T32 
N A76 
N 

N A76 
N A54 
N 

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P S73 
U A76 
P T32 
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NCCtl EAGLES HAVE A LONG-AND-STORIED HISTORY IN SPORTS 

THE BERNARD SITUATION: EAGLES WONDERING WILL HE STAY OR GO 

EAGLES SOLID AS, WELL, CONCRETE (CORRECTION PRINTED 7-29-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

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

CONCRETE EAGLES FAN 

EAGLES NOT READY TO THINK 'REPEAT' 

NATIONAL CROWN IN HAND, EAGLES ANTICIPATE VERY DIFFERENT SEASON 

UNLUCKY LEAK RETURNS FOR EAGLES 

EAGLES FACE NEW CHALLENGE 

EAGLES OPEN TITLE DEFENSE WITH 76-58 WIN OVER VIKES 

BERNARD 'T'S' SPARK CENTRAL OVER CLARK 

TALK OF 'REPEAT' EAGLES' PROBLEM 

EAGLES DODGE BULLET 

'POPS' BENNETT SAVES EAGLES IN HOME DEBUT 

EAGLES POWER BY HAMPTON 

EAGLES DISPOSE OF COACH-LESS HAMPTON 

NORFOLK ST. KNOCKS OFF NCCU 

EAGLES' SENIORS SEEKING SWEEP IN BULL CITY CLASSIC 

NCCU, ST. PAUL'S IN BULL CITY FINAL 

THE EAGLE HAS LANDED 

SIFFORD HELPS EAGLES NIP ST. PAUL'S 

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

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (WOMEN) 

EX-DUKE SOCCER STAR ULRICH SHOWS 'IT'S NEVER TOO LATE' 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
FANFARE/NCCU SIGNEES 
EAGLES RELEASE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 
MASSEY SUDDENLY HOT NFL DRAFT PROSPECT 
DIFFERENT BATTLES FACE FORMER EAGLES 
IT'S 'CRYING TIME' AGAIN IN THE CIAA 
EARLY MORNING EAGLE 
EAGLES GET READY FOR OPENER 
EAGLES 13TH IN PRESEASON POLL 
EAGLES SEEK NEW STARS 

W-S STATE, VIRGINIA STATE FAVORITES IN CIAA ACTION 
IF THERE'S STRENGTH IN NUMBERS, EAGLES CAN REPEAT '88 SUCCESS 
NCCU'S LATTIMORE CONFIDENT IN PREPARATION FOR AiT 
EAGLES PREPARED FOR IMPROVED AGGIES 
BIG TESTS ON TAP FOR DEVILS, EAGLES, 'PACK 
AGGIES THUMP EAGLES, 24-6 
AGGIES FIND EAGLES' WEAKNESSES 

ERROR-PLAGUED EAGLES COUNTING ON IMPROVED EFFORT IN GAME 2 
COOLEY A STUDENT FIRST 
TRIANGLE IS FOCUS OF BUSY WEEKEND 
TOUGH DEFENSE CARRIES EAGLES TO WIN OVER MORRIS BROWN 
VIRGINIA STATE GROUND GAME TOUGH TEST FOR EAGLE DEFENSE 
EAGLES IN 'CLASSIC TEST 

BLUE DEVILS TO PUT SEASON ON THE LINE AT TENNESSEE 
TROJANS RALLY TWICE TO CLIP EAGLES, 17-14 
EAGLES' OFFENSE HAVING TROUBLE GETTING OFF THE GROUND 
EAGLES TO PUT 'BEST FOOT FORWARD' 

EDMONDS' STORY: FROM WALK-ON TO EAGLES DEFENSIVE LEADER 
YOUNG HEELS VISIT POWERFUL WOLFPACK 
NEW-LOOK EAGLES EVEN RECORD WITH ROMP OVER THOROBREDS 
EAGLES OVERPOWER VISITING THOROBREDS 
IT'S EARLY, BUT NCCU FACES 'MUST-WIN' 
EAGLES MUST WIN TO STAY IN TITLE RACE 
CLEMSON SPEARHEADS TRIANGLE INVASION 

HAMPTON CRIPPLES N.C. CENTRAL'S CHANCES OF CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP 
EAGLES DIE BY THE PASS VS. HAMPTON 
LATTIMORE STANDS ALONE AFTER DEFEAT 

EAGLES NEED PRACTICE 

N.C. CENTRAL COMES OUT ON TOP IN ERROR-FILLED WIN OVER FAYETTEVILLE ST. 

EAGLES OVERCOME ERRORS, FAYETTEVILLE ST. 

NCCU VS. WINSTON-SALEM 

EAGLES GET PSYCHED FOR POWERFUL RAMS 

TAR HEELS, EAGLES TO BE ROAD 'DOGS 



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I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 H 


8 P F A76 


H 


2 


6/04/1989 C 


1 P U M14 


H 


2 


7/27/1989 C 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 


7/29/1989 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


8/07/1989 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 


8/25/1989 C 


4 P P T32 


H 


2 10/15/1989 C 


3 P N M88 


H 


2 11/15/1989 D 


5 P N 


S 


2 11/16/1989 B 


3 P N P52 


H 


2 11/17/1989 B 


1 P N M88 


H 


2 11/18/1989 D 


1 N B64 


H 


2 11/19/1989 C 


4 N B64 


H 


2 11/21/1989 B 


2 U M88 


H 


2 11/21/1989 B 


2 P N B64 


S 


2 11/21/1989 D 


1 P N A76 


H 


2 12/01/1989 B 


1 P N B64 


S 


2 12/01/1989 B 


1 P N A76 


H 


2 12/06/1989 D 


1 N 


S 


2 12/09/1989 B 


1 P U P52 


H 


2 12/10/1989 C 


4 N 


H 


2 12/11/1989 D 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 12/11/1989 D 


2 P U P52 


H 


2 12/31/1989 C 


1 P G M88 


H 


2 12/31/1989 C 


2 U F95 


H 


2 


2/11/1989 D 


4 P N 


S 


2 


3/13/1989 D 


12 N P52 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


7/16/1989 C 


1 P N P75 


H 


2 


8/16/1989 D 


1 P U P75 


H 


2 


8/20/1989 B 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 


8/21/1989 D 


2 P P K30 


H 


2 


8/23/1989 D 


2 N 


S 


2 


8/23/1989 D 


5 P F P52 


S 


2 


8/23/1989 D 


8 F A76 


H 


2 


8/24/1989 D 


11 P F 


H 


2 


8/30/1989 D 


1 P N P75 


S 


2 


8/30/1989 D 


1 N A76 


S 


2 


9/01/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


9/03/1989 B 


1 N P75 


S 


2 


9/04/1989 D 


4 U A76 


H 


2 


9/06/1989 D 


1 P N G50 


S 


2 


9/06/1989 D 


2 P N A76 


S 


2 


9/08/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


9/10/1989 C 


1 P N P75 


H 


2 


9/13/1989 D 


1 N P75 


S 


2 


9/13/1989 D 


2 P N A76 


S 


2 


9/15/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


9/17/1989 C 


1 P N P75 


H 


2 


9/20/1989 D 


1 P N P75 


S 


2 


9/20/1989 D 


1 P N A76 


H 


2 


9/22/1989 B 


1 P N P75 


S 


2 


9/22/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


9/24/1989 C 


1 P N P75 


S 


2 


9/25/1989 D 


6 P U A76 


H 


2 


9/27/1989 D 


1 N P75 


S 


2 


9/27/1989 D 


1 P N P52 


S 


2 


9/29/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 10/01/1989 C 


1 N M88 


S 


2 10/02/1989 D 


5 P U P52 


H 


2 10/04/1989 C 


2 P N 850 


S 


2 10/04/1989 B 


3 P N A76 


H 


2 10/08/1989 C 


1 N B64 


S 


2 10/09/1989 D 


4 P U A76 


H 


2 10/11/1989 D 


1 N M88 


S 


2 10/11/1989 D 


1 P N P52 


S 


2 10/13/1989 B 


1 P N 



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RAMS DOOM EAGLES' HOPES FOR CIAA TITLE 

L Ul!H S ffflBUPJSBk* LATTIMORE'S EAGLES SIMPLY PLAYING 

Fiifif FS' FYFS ON 1990 

LIGHTLY REGARDS) CLARK PULLS SHOCKER AGAINST N.C. CENTRAL 

IT'S NOT GETTING ANY EASIER FOR EAGLES 

EAGLES STILL SHAKEN BY LOSS TO CLARK 

^CENTRAL GOESBEAR HUNTING, SHOOTS DOWN LIVINGSTON 

FISHERI RECOMMENDS CONTRACT EXTENSION FOR LATTIKORE 

YOUNG EAGLES OVERCOME MISTAKES, BEARS 

HARVEY BATTLES LONG ODDS IN NFL BID 

LATTIMORE, EAGLES GUN FOR UN IN FINALE 

LATTIMORE SECURE DESPITE RECORD 

EAGLES END SEASON WITH ROUT OF SMITH 

NCCU EAGLES SAVE THE BEST FOR LAST 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, TRACK 
EAGLES' ADDITION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS, VOLLEYBALL 
EAGLES FALL 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS HALL OF FAME 
NCCU HALL OF FAME INDUCTS 7 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. TOURING CHOIR 
SEE N.C, CENTRAL UNIV. CHOIR 

N.C. CEREBRAL PALSY HOSPITAL ,_„ A1 
SEE LENOX BAKER CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

N.C. CHAMBER SOLOISTS 
SEE ALSO CHAMBER MUSIC 
N.C. CHAMBER SOLOISTS PLAY TONIGHT 

N.C. CHILD ADVOCACY INSTITUTE 

^ySw&KWs ACTING CHILDRF* 
CHILD ADVOCATES SAY LEGISLATURE NOT GTVING ENOUGH 
CHILD ADVOCATE BLASTS N.C. LEGISLATORS FOR LACK OF FUNDS 

^iSW&SS^S^i, LICENSING REQUIREMENTS 
PANEL SHOULDN^TTOUCH DAY-CARE SPANKING BAN 
CHILDREN SHOULD COME FIRST IN DAY-CARE RULES 

N.C. CHILD DAY CARE LICENSING BOARD 
SEE N.C. CHILD DAY CARE COMMISSION 

N.C. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL ^, TAT r, T ™, 
SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, PEDIATRICS 
HOSPITAL ADOFTSNAME CHANGES, BOARD RENAMES PROGRAMS 
NEWBORN CARE THREATENED — STUDY 
CURING THE FEAR _ _ „„ n/vv „ T _ 
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL GETS tlO,000 GIFT 

N.C. CITIZENS FOR BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

HERBERT GETS AWARD FROM BUSINESS GROUP 

BUSINESS GROUP HONORS PAIR FROM DURHAM 

SCOGGINS TO LEAD BUSINESS GROUP 

N.C. CLIMATE PROGRAM 

SE r^T°HOLD T YOUR BREATH WAITING FOR ICE AGE, EXPERT SAYS 

N.C. CLOSED JUNIORS TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS 
SEE N.C. JUNIOR CLOSED TENNIS TOURNAMENT 

N.C. COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 



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H 


2 10/15/1989 C 


1 N B64 


S 


2 10/16/1989 D 


5 P U P52 


H 


2 10/18/1989 D 


1 N M88 


S 


2 10/18/1989 D 


2 N A76 


H 


2 10/22/1989 C 


4 N B64 


H 


2 10/25/1989 D 


1 N M98 


S 


2 10/25/1989 Ii 


3 N A76 


H 


2 10/29/1989 C 


3 N B36 


H 


2 10/30/1989 B 


2 P N M88 


S 


2 10/30/1989 D 


4 P U A76 


H 


2 11/01/1989 D 


1 P N M88 


H 


2 11/01/1989 D 


3 N G50 


S 


2 11/01/1989 D 


2 P N P52 


H 


2 11/05/1989 C 


3 N W55 


S 


2 11/06/1989 D 


4 P U P52 


H 


2 5/20/1989 D 


4 P P S76 


H 


2 11/01/1989 D 


2 P P T37 


S 


2 4/25/1989 C 


5 P N A76 



H 2 5/11/1989 B 1 N 



S 2 2/09/1989 A 12 N 
H 2 7/09/1989 B 9 N 
S 2 8/29/1989 A 5 J Oil 



S 2 11/18/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 12/16/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 7/11/1989 A 1 N L90 

CHH 1 8/03/1989 A 7 N 

CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 3 P N 

CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 3/23/1989 C 1 P N K65 
S 2 3/23/1989 C 1 P N 
H 2 8/06/1989 D 8 N 



CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 3 P N H90 



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SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
GROUP FIGHTING HOME VIOLENCE MOVING STATE OFFICE TO DURHAM 

N.C. COASTAL RESOURCES COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO COASTAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 
COASTAL MANAGEMENT DIVISION POST FILLED 
COASTAL PANEL MEMBERS GET ETHICS BOARD CAUTION LETTERS 
BILL WOULD LIMIT DEVELOPERS ON N.C. COASTAL COMMISSION 
DEMONSTRATORS SHOU SUPPORT FOR BILLS TO PROTECT COAST 
BATTLE OVER BEACHFRONT PROTECTION 
PILKEY SAYS STATE IS LOSING ON COASTAL FORESTS 

N.C. COLLEGE 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. 

N.C. COMMISSION ON THE BICENTENNIAL OF THE U.S. CONSTITUTION „„„.„„. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY COMMITTEE FOR THE BICENTENNIAL OF THE U.S. CONSTITUTION 

SEE ALSO U.S. CONSTITUTION 

BLACK CAUCUS VOTES TO BOYCOTT SESSION _ H 

MISSING AN OPPORTUNITY; SLAVE MARKET COULD BE PLAFORM FOR ELOQUENCE H 

U.S. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION SPARKS DEBATE AROUND STATE H 

BLACK CAUCUS BOYCOTTS TRIP H 

MICHAUX: 30 WHITE LAWMAKERS JOIN FAYETTEVILLE BOYCOTT H 

SOME LEGISLATORS PLAN TO SKIP FAYETTEVILLE CEREMONIAL SESSION H 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY HOLDS CEREMONIAL SESSION IN FAYETTEVILLE H 

RIDE IN AN OLD CARRIAGE H 

THE SMEARING OF DURHAM H 

UNC CIVIL LIBERTIES FORUM SCHEDULED CHH 

CAROLINA DOGWOOD BLOOMS ON STAMP CHH 

CAROLINA DOGWOOD BLOOMS ON STAMP CHH 

N.C. MARKS 200TH YEAR OF STATEHOOD H 

N.C. CONSTITUTION 

SEE ALSO GUBERNATORIAL SUCCESSION 
SEE ALSO N.C, GOVERNORS 
SEE ALSO VETO POWER 

CONSTITUTION GIVES POWER TO PEOPLE AND LT. GOVERNOR 

PANEL BACKS RESTRUCTURING OF WILDLIFE COMMISSION 

STATE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION URGED 

STATE SENATE ADVANCES ANTI-POLL TAX MEASURE 

SENATE GIVES FINAL APPROVAL TO 4-YEAR TERMS 

INSIGHT/VETO DRIVES EFFORT FOR MAJOR CHANGES 

PICKING AND CHOOSING COULD BECOME RISKY 

SCHOOL ANTI-PROFANITY BILL GETS SIDETRACKED 

N.C. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION 
SEE ALSO U.S. CONSTITUTION 
LEGISLATORS CONCERNED ABOUT CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION 
STATE SHOULDN'T DERAIL CONVENTION ON BUDGET 

N.C. CORRECTIONAL CENTER FOR WOMEN 
SEE ALSO PRISONERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 

FEMALE PRISONERS TO PROMOTE NORTH CAROLINA'S VACATION SPOTS 

INMATES TO PROMOTE STATE 



S 2 7/27/1989 C 1 N M06 



H 2 1/11/1989 D 


4 N 


H 2 1/22/1989 B 


1 N 


H 2 5/05/1989 A 


14 N 


H 2 5/10/1989 C 


5 N 


CHH 1 10/03/1989 A 


4 E 


S 2 10/17/1989 C 


1 P N 



N.C. COUNCIL OF STATE 

COUNCIL OF STATE DELAYS HOUSE-SWAP DECISION 
STATE APPROVES FAST FUNDS FOR TORNADO RELIEF 
COUNCIL OF STATE SEEKS ACTION ON MONUMENT 
UNSPENT STATE PAY MONEY GOING FOR HUGO DAMAGE 

N.C. COUNCIL ON AGING 

SEE N.C. DIVISION OF AGING 

N.C. COUNCIL ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 
SEE ALSO DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 
DISABILITIES SURVEY SAYS SERVICES ARE NEEDED 



4/06/1989 B 
4/08/1989 A 
4/10/1989 B 
4/11/1989 A 
4/12/1989 C 
4/13/1989 A 
4/14/1989 B 
4/14/1989 C 
4/20/1989 A 
8/22/1989 A 
8/24/1989 A 
8/24/1989 A 
11/21/1989 A 



1/06/1989 
4/05/1989 
4/12/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/07/1989 
5/15/1989 



3 
4 
1 
1 
1 
13 
5 
1 
4 
3 
1 
1 
1 



7/01/1989 B 



2 3/01/1989 A 
2 4/12/1989 A 



2 2/03/1989 C 
2 2/04/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/08/1989 A 
H 2 6/07/1989 A 
H 2 6/07/1989 C 
H 1 11/08/1989 C 



N 
E 
N 

N L40 
N N36 
N 
N 
P 
E 

N S17 
N M70 
N H90 
N N36 



4 
11 
10 

1 



L 
N 
N 

N L40 
N 

U L40 
J Oil 
N 



3 N 

4 E 



1 M N L40 

1 N L40 

1 N L40 

1 P N L40 



CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 5 N 



N.C. COUNCIL ON THE HOLOCAUST 



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^P^NAMET^WaTE HOLOCAUST COUNCIL 

■"TrfBHWWSHt COMMITTEE ON THE STATUS Of WOMEN 
2 RECEIVE MEDALLIONS FROM WOMEN'S COUNCIL 

N.C. COURT Of APPEALS 

^AN^UPHOLDl'LIFE*SENTENCf IN ELIZABETH CITY HOSTAGE CASE 
STATE COURTOF APPEALS RULES TEACHER ACTED UNETHICALLY... „ .„„ 
COURT SAYS CASE INVOLVING PROTEST Of DEATH PENALTY BECAME MOOT ISSUE 
CHAPEL HILL EXCEEDED AUTHORITY, COURT RULES 
APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS RIGHTS Of DEVELOPERS 
CHAPEL" HILU A TOWIN A FULL-COURT PRESS/SUNDAY FOCUS 
COURT UPHOLDS POLICE ACTION IN CHASE, DEATHS 

I^T^S^ATTACKE^ON^Y HOME ENTITLED TO WORKER'S COMPENSATION... 
APPEALS CO^TRULES i5M,0W RESTITUTION EXCESSIVE IN DEATH-BY-VEHICLE 
APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS CHAPEL HILL IN FED ROOF INN SUIT 
N\cTapVeALS COURT OVERTURNS THORPE'S FELONY CONVICTIONS 
COURT FREES MANCONVICTED OF POSSESSING STOLEN AUTO 
flPPEMSOTffBIJM VALIDATES USE OF 'JAILHOUSE INFORMANTS' 
PRISON SENTENCE CUT TO 28 YEARS 

ffi WfflBiSBI&FI&ft SKIviioce in moll CASE 

COURT SAYSJURY SHOUIJGET CASE Of CONTAMINATED ALAMANCE WELLS 
ANNADALE LOSES APPEAL IN ROBBERIES 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS KIDNAP, RAPE CONVICTIONS 
CARRBORO REITERATES CIRCLE K ARGUMENT 
. COUNCIL PONDERS 'ENDLESS' HEARING 
JUDGE TO RESIGN EFFECTIVE FEB. 9 
APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS LOCAL RAPE CCWICTION 
CajRT SENDS MALPRACTICE CASE BACK TO COUNTY 

N,C ' S^^, G ^ L CARRBOR0 CRAFTS SHOP HAS OWNER. 'A LITTLE LIGHT-HEADED' 
UGRKS^F CARt^ELLIOTT ARE ^DISPLAY NOW AT N.C. CRAFTS GALLERY 
WEAVING EXHIBIT 

N.C. CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION 
SEE CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION 

N.C. DAY CARE ASSOCIATION ^^ 
SPANKING SUIT DEAL THREATENS CHILDREN 

N<C fc^.EOT8?^ COMMISSION 

^kSiSf^^&^&Bim RETIREMENTS 

N.C. DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

WdHEWUtt 'OLD-BOY NETWORK- 

N.C. DEPT. OF ADMINISTRATION , ^^ 

DURHAM NATIVE RECEIVES N.C. AWARD Of EXCELLENCE 

N.C. DEPT. OF COMMERCE „„^ rw . 1 _ 

'^Si^^&S^^m.y DISTRESSED COUNTIES 

N.C. DEPT, Of COMMERCE, SECRETARY _„^ Arw 
BROYHILL NAMED N.C. COMMERCE SECRETARY 

N,C SEE^AL^AM^S T KCTI0NAL ASSOCIATION 



CHH 1 11/26/1989 A 1 P N SI? 



S 2 3/30/1989 A 1 N 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 



H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


CHH 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 


1 


S 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 



1/04/1989 B 
1/18/1989 D 
2/08/1989 
2/08/1989 
2/09/1989 
2/12/1989 
2/22/1989 
3/23/1989 
4/05/1989 
4/09/1989 B 
4/19/1989 A 
6/21/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/20/1989 
8/04/1989 
9/20/1989 
9/20/1989 
9/20/1989 
10/19/1989 
10/19/1989 
10/26/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/15/1989 
12/02/1989 
12/19/1989 
12/20/1989 
12/20/1989 



1 P N 

3 N 

3 N 

12 N 

1 N 

1 P N 

10 N 



1 
1 

14 
1 
1 
4 
1 



2 P N 

3 N 
3 N 
1 N 
1 P N 

1 N 

2 N 

3 N 



L40 
S69 
M70 

M70 

S82 
L40 
L40 
L40 
S82 
S82 
L40 
R53 
L40 
S32 
S82 
S82 
R53 
C62 
M70 
B53 
L40 
L40 



CHH 1 7/06/1989 A 3 P N C62 
CHH 1 10/09/1989 A 8 P P L38 
CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 10 P P C45 



S 2 9/15/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 4/02/1989 B 1 N 

S 2 9/02/1989 C 3 N 

H 1 1/06/1989 C 1 N 

H 2 1/25/1989 B 5 N 



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SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 
ULTIMATE HOUSE ARREST: STATE OFFICIALS PUSH ELECTRONIC ALTERNATIVE... 
NEW TREATMENT CENTER SHOULD BE BEGINNING 

N.C. DEPT. OF CRIME CONTROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY 
SEE ALSO CRIME COMMISSION, GOVERNOR'S 
SEE ALSO CRIME PREVENTION 
TURF FIGHT ERUPTS IN UAR ON DRUGS 

N.C. DEPT. OF ECONOMIC RESOURCES 

SEE N.C. DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

N.C. DEPT. OF EDUCATION 

SEE N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

N.C, DEPT, OF ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES _ 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

BILL COBEY IS NEW HEAD OF ENVIRONMENT AGENCY 

DURHAM SEWAGE PLANTS MAY CLOSE IF QUALITY NOT MET 

AGENCY MAY REVIEW TAKING OF WATER FROM JORDAN LAKE 

CHATHAM SCHOOLS LOOK FOR EXCUSES 

N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO BLIND 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

DON'T PINCH PENNIES HERE 

HEALTH CARE REFORM CALLS GROW 

BILL COBEY IS NEW HEAD OF ENVIRONMENT AGENCY 



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S 2 7/11/1989 A 


1 N S69 
4 E 



H 2 4/30/1989 B 1 N 



H 2 8/12/1989 A 
S 2 9/21/1989 A 
H 2 9/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 



2 4/21/1989 A 
2 7/31/1989 B 
2 8/12/1989 A 



N.C. DEPT. OF LABOR 

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

N.C. DEPT, OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

SEE N.C. DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

N.C. DEPT, OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLANNING 

SEE ALSO LAND USE 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

SEE ALSO N.C. MAIN STREET PROGRAM 
SHELTER WILL VIE FOR GRANT FUNDS CHH 1 

COMPLAINTS SPARK PROBE OF AREA DEM CHH 1 

DEM OFFICIAL DEFENDS LOCAL ENFORCEMENT CHH 1 

BILL COBEY IS NEW HEAD OF ENVIRONMENT AGENCY H 2 

COBEY'S PERFORMANCE A PLEASANT SURPRISE S 2 



3/27/1989 A 
5/19/1989 A 
5/20/1989 A 
8/12/1989 A 
9/28/1989 A 



N.C. DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, SECRETARY 
RHODES AND COBEY ARE SWITCHING JOBS 



N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF EDUCATION 

EXTENSIVE AUDIT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION SYSTEM SCHEDULED FOR STATE THIS YEAR H 2 

EDUCATION STAFF TO BE REDUCED S 2 

OMBUDSMAN HIRED FOR EDUCATION ISSUES S 2 

ETHERIDGE WORKING DPI INTO CONDITION S 2 



N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, DIVISION OF SCHOOL PLANNING 
DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS FOLLOW RECOMMENDATIONS OF '85 

N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, EMPLOYEES 
ETHERIDGE COLLECTS 15 RESIGNATIONS 



S 2 



H 



N.C. DEPT, OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, SUPERINTENDENT 

BEFORE LOST EFFECTIVENESS, PHILLIPS LED STATE SCHOOLS 'OUT OF DARK AGES' H 

NEW PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHIEF VOWS TO LIGHT FIRE UNDER AGENCY H 

SUPERINTENDENT VOWS LESS BUREAUCRACY S 

WILL WORKS MATCH HIS WORDS? H 



1/09/1989 B 
1/31/1989 A 
3/21/1989 A 
6/20/1989 A 



9/13/1989 A 
1/19/1989 B 



1/02/1989 A 
1/10/1989 B 
1/11/1989 A 
1/15/1989 D 



1 P N 
1 N C61 
9 P N 
4 E 



4 E 
1 N 
1 P N 



2 5/15/1989 B 7 P N 



3 N 

1 N M25 
1 N M25 
1 P N 

4 E 



H 2 1/05/1989 D 4 N 



1 N 

11 N 

8 N 

4 E 



1 N S92 

2 N 



13 N 
2 P N 

13 N 
4 E 



N,C. DEPT. OF REVENUE 



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SEE ALSO INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 

SEE ALSO N.C., REVENUES „ 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE AUDITORS OFFICE 
SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

TAX EVADERS GET BREAK ^ 

WRONG PEOPLE TO GIVE AMNESTY 

TAX AMNESTY STARTS SLOWLY 

N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 

SEEALSO N.C. BOARD OF TRANSPORTATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. TRANSPORTATION WMWEHEKT PROGRAM 

^NTERSTATE 5 ^ WIDENING PROJECT ON SCHEDULE, ENGINEER SAYS 
I-85MAY GO 8 LANES; SEGMENT TO END NEAR HILLSBOROUGH 
STATE CONSIDERS BYPASS OPTIONS FOR U.S. 15-501 
FEBRUARY?! WINTER WONDERLAND CARRIES WITH IT HEFTY PRICE TAG 

clement: tar heels need to get on right track 

DOT TURNS DEAF EAR ON CARRBORO^ 
CARRBORO CHECKS ITS STREET 'WISH LIST' 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN NOT HAPPY WITH REVISED ROAD PLAN 
DOT WANTS TRIANGLE TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY 

HILLSBOROUGH OFFICIALS SKEPTICAL OF 1-85 PLANS 

DOT REVISES 1-85 INTERCHANGE PLAN 

DON'T TOUCH THAT TREE! __„ nurvA ^ 

DOT HOLDS WORKSHOP ON PITTSBORO BYPASS 

FOR ORANGE COUNTY FAST-TRACKERS, 1-40 JUST GOT FASTER 

HEARINGS SCHEDULED ON ROAD PROPOSAL 

OPPOSITION MAY HALT FREEWAY 

DOT OFFICIAL WANTS4-LANE U.S. 15-501 

CHATHAM BOARD FAVORS U.S. 15-501, MO LINK 

RUDE DOT DRIVES HARD BARGAIIVROJJW) URENN 

CARRBORO OFFICIAL HEARS FEW COMMITS FOR DOT 

FATH OF DURHAM 1-85 SKIPS 2 NEIGHBORHOODS 

GIVE THE DOT A BREAK u „„__ 

COOPERATION PAYS OFF FOR DURHAM RESIDENTS 

DOT NOT ABOVE THE LAW _ ^ acv . 

TOWN MAY RECONSIDER EASTERN BYPASS ^^ 

HIGHWAY BILL PAVES WAY FOR ROAD IMPROVEMENTS 

DOT SUES TO CONDEMN GAS STATION _ 

WIDENING OF CARRBORO STREETS AGAIN DEBATED 

DOTPLANNER SAYS SURVEY SUPPORTS CONNECTOR NEED 

ALDERMEN TO IRON OUT ROAD-WIDENING ISSUE 

^SmSsT ffi, R iffi IIP IW ON NOT* SIDE OF CLUB 

ALDERMEN COMPROMISE ON TREE-SAVING SIDEWALK PLAN 

DOT CHARTS CARRBORO'S BIKE ROUTES 

LOCAL POLITICS! THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH 

OPPONENT DOUBTS DOT WILL SCALE DOWN PROJECTS 

1-85 WON'T INCREASE RUNOFF, OFFICIAL SAYS 

ROAD BOARD MAY OK DAVIS WIVEPAVING 

^K\JBff fSB SPSS KKses 

S B^lS^S*?^ foV TENSIONS Wi™ DOT 

STATES HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM AN ECONOMICS PROJECT 

DOT SNUBBED THEM, COUNTY OFFICIALS SAY 

DOT SAYS TRAFFIC LIGHT UNLIKELY AT MORE SCHOOL 

NEW INTERCHANGE FOR BUTNER NOW 'ON FAST TRACK' 

R£TURNING°GRANT WON'T 'CURB' TOWN, DOT RELATIONSHIP 
PROJECT WOULD LEVEL CROSSING AT RAILROAD 
DOT URGES HELMETS TO ACCOMPANY BIKES 

TRANSIT FIGURES RELEASED 

CARRBORO RESIICNTS DEBATE DOT OFFER DO otd & m 
DOT GETS SERVICE CITATION FOR BEAUTIFICATION PROGRAM 

N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION, COSTS 
SEE ALSO N.C. HIGHWAY FUND 



S 2 8/12/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 8/15/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 10/05/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 


1/18/1989 B 


12 N K65 


CHH 1 


1/27/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


2/01/1989 A 


1 M N M25 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


H 2 


2/23/1989 A 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


2/26/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


2/28/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


3/16/1989 A 


1 M N C62 


CHH 1 


3/22/1989 A 


1 N M70 


H 2 


3/23/1989 C 


1 N 


CHH 1 


4/09/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


4/12/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


4/20/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


5/03/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


5/03/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


5/03/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


5/28/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH ] 


5/31/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


5/31/1989 A 


4 U 


CHH 1 


6/11/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


s : 


! 6/23/1989 A 


1 M N C61 


CHH 1 


6/28/1989 A 


4 L 


s ; 


! 6/29/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH i 


6/30/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


L 7/31/1989 A 


1 P N D38 


CHH 


I 7/31/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 


, 8/12/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


CHH 


, 8/16/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 


. 8/22/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 


1 8/22/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


CHH 


I 8/22/1989 A 


3 N C62 


H 


2 8/23/1989 C 


1 P N R63 


CHH 


1 8/23/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 


L 8/29/1989 A 


3 M N C62 


CHH 


t 8/30/1989 A 


4 U 


CHH 


1 9/06/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 


t 10/13/1989 A 


1 N M20 


S 


2 10/13/1989 C 


1 N C61 


H 


2 10/14/1989 A 


1 N L40 


CHH 


1 10/14/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 


1 10/28/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 


1 11/07/1989 A 


3 N M20 


H 


2 11/12/1989 D 


2 U L40 


CHH 


1 11/12/1989 A 


1 P N H20 


CHH 


1 11/21/1989 A 


1 N M70 


H 


1 11/23/1989 C 


1 N T33 


CHH 


1 11/23/1989 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 


1 11/25/1989 A 


1 N W57 


CHH 


1 11/25/1989 A 


1 N W57 


CHH 


1 11/26/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 


1 12/08/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 


1 12/17/1989 A 


1 N C62 


H 


2 12/23/1989 B 


1 N 



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SUBJECTS 



COUNTY WANTS FUNDS FOR TRANSIT PROGRAM 

N.C. DEPT, OF TRANSPORTATION, SECRETARY 
RHODES AND COBEY ARE SWITCHING JOBS 

N.C. DEPT. OF TREASURY 
SEE N.C. DEPT. OF REVENUE 

N.C. DISTINGUISHED CITIZENS AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
EDMONDS RECEIVES N.C. DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD 

N.C. DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL 
MAN'S LONG WAIT REWARDED 

N.C. DIVISION OF ADULT PROBATION AND PAROLES 
SEE ALSO N.C. PAROLE COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO PAROLE 
OVERTIME FOR PROBATION, PAROLE OFFICERS THREATENS EFFORTS TO EASE... 

N.C. DIVISION OF AGING 
SEE ALSO AGING 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. INSTITUTE FOR LEARNING IN RETIREMENT 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 
PROGRAMS FOR ELDERLY IMPERILED; LACK OF MONEY HAS OFFICIALS SCRAMBLING 

N.C. DIVISION OF COASTAL MANAGEMENT 
SEE N.C. COASTAL RESOURCES COMMISSION 

N.C. DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 
SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 
SEE ALSO N.C, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT COMMISSION 

STATE TO HOLD HEARING ON AHBERLY 

STATE: HILLSBOROUGH ENGINEER'S REPORT INSUFFICIENT 

OWASA TO SOUND OFF ON AMBERLY 

2 WASTE-TREATMENT PLANTS EXPANSION STEP APPROVED 13-0 

STATE SOLICITS COMMENTS ON ENO GUIDELINES 

DEM DISRESPECTFUL TO CITIZENS 

EARLY AMBERLY RULING IS IN HAND 

DEM HEAD PLANS AMBERLY SITE TOUR 

STATE REJECTS AMBERLY PLAN 

OPPONENTS SURPRISED BY AMBERLY DECISION 

DEM ON THE RIGHT TRACK 

OXFORD FINED »71,000 FOR WATER PLANTS 

COMPLAINTS SPARK PROBE OF AREA DEM 

DEM OFFICIAL DEFENDS LOCAL ENFORCEMENT 

SZOSTAK TO SEEK SEWER LINES FOR SCALED-DOWN AMBERLY 

SZOSTAK TO SEEK SEWER LINES FOR SCALED-DOWN AMBERLY 

DEM OFFICIAL SAYS RECORD SHOWS REGIONAL OFFICE NOT OVERLY LENIENT 

ORANGE, CHATHAM MAY ADOPT WATER REGULATIONS 

STATE QUESTIONS PAYMENT TO HAULER 

DEM REGIONAL SUPERVISOR TO RESIGN 

SLUDGE-HAULER'S REQUEST DENIED BY STATE 

STATE FINISHES DEM INVESTIGATION 

REGIONAL DEM DIRECTOR DEFENDS ENFORCEMENT RECORD 

REPORT CITES PROBLEM AREAS 

STATE EYES HILLSBOROUGH WATER PLANT 

REGIONAL DEM BOSS MOVED TO NEW JOB 

HAULER DIDN'T GET S PECIAL TREATMENT, INVESTIGATORS SAY 

NEVER-MAILED LETTER QUESTIONED HILLSBOROUGH DYE-REMOVAL PLAN 

STATE PLANS TO PURSUE FINES AGAINST OXFORD 

STATE ALLOWS TOWN TO REMOVE RED DYE 

HILLSBOROUGH WASTEWATER TEST FILED LATE — DEM 

OEM'S POLICY UNCLEAR; OFFICIALS DIFFER ON MCLENNAN'S FARM 

TREATMENT PLANT TO GET VIOLATION NOTICE 

DEM NEEDS MORE MONEY TO DO THE JOB 

DEM! NO WATERSHED MORATORIUM/ENGINEER TOLD THAT DEM CONTINUES TO... 

OFFICIALS WEIGH WATERSHED PROTECTION ALTERNATIVES (CORRECTED 8-15-89) 

HILLSBOROUGH FAILS JULY SEWER DISCHARGE TESTS 

WASTE HAULER FINED $13,000 FOR VIOLATIONS 



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S 2 11/27/1989 C 1 N H65 

H 2 1/05/1989 D 4 N 

CHH 1 4/21/1989 A 5 P N 

S 2 8/29/1989 A 4 E 

S 2 1/06/1989 C 2 N 

H 2 2/24/1989 C 1 N P41 



CHH 1 


1/11/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


3 


N L90 


H 2 


2/07/1989 C 


1 


N S69 


CHH 1 


3/01/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/05/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


3/28/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


4/22/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


5/16/1989 A 


1 


N T33 


CHH 1 


5/19/1989 A 


1 


N M25 


CHH 1 


5/20/1989 A 


1 


N M25 


CHH 1 


5/25/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


5/25/1989 A 


1 


N L90 


CHH 1 


5/25/1989 A 


1 


N M25 


CHH 1 


5/26/1989 A 


2 


N M25 


CHH 1 


6/01/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


6/14/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


7/11/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


7/12/1989 A 




N M25 


CHH 1 


7/13/1989 A 




N M25 


CHH 1 


7/13/1989 A 




N M25 


CHH 1 


7/14/1989 A 




N D38 


CHH 1 


7/14/1989 A 




N M25 


CHH 1 


7/14/1989 A 




N M25 


CHH 1 


7/15/1989 A 




N D38 


H 1 


7/19/1989 C 




N T33 


CHH 1 


7/25/1989 A 




N D38 


CHH 1 


8/01/1989 A 




N D38 


CHH 1 


8/04/1989 A 




N C62 


CHH 1 


8/08/1989 A 




N D38 


CHH 1 


8/09/1989 A 




E 


CHH 1 


8/11/1989 A 




N M20 


CHH 1 


8/11/1989 A 




M N M25 


CHH 1 


8/11/1989 A 




P N D38 


CHH 1 


8/12/1989 A 




N M25 



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ENO WATER ABOVE HILLSBOROUGH PLANT FAILS STATE TEST 

SEWER STORY OMITS IMPORTANT POINT wtwmMl 

MCLENNAN FARM PERMIT MAY BE DECIDED TUESDAY 

STATEOFFICIALS PLEASED WITH CHEMICAL SPILL CLEANUP 

DEM LACKS WRITTEN RULES ON WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT, OFFICIAL SAYS 

CHATHAM PAID SLUDGE HAULER FINED BY STATE 

SLUDGE HAULER'S $11,000 FINE COULD HAVE REAOO $60,000 

MSirV-^PRDlffraTO SLAP VIOLATION ON HILLSBOROUGH 

PmaWDMKS OWASA TOWUL TOWN'S SLUDGE FROM TREATMENT PLANT 

WOODALL TO CONTEST DEM FINES 

CHATHAM SCHOOLS FINED $95,000 „, ATm „ ttl „, 

CHATHAM SCHOOLS HAD BEEN GIVEN WASTEWATER FUNDS 

STOP POLLUTION, WHATEVER THE SOURCE 

ffi WWXfAVBt PRESIDENT QUESTIONS DEM FINES.., 

S°{^S ffi ^A^LE^UDGE TRUCK 
SCHMLS TO SEEK WAIVER OF FIN£S/CHATHAM SCHOOLS RESPOND TO DEM 
SCHOOL OFFICIALS DISCUSS DEM FINE 
OXFORD FINES STILL GROWING OVERSEWAGE 
ASBESTOS FOUND IN PIPE EXACAVATED AT PTA SHOP 

IHflUUHErl Kgttn** 

KMUIWMJBnta DISCHARGE TOXICITY TEST 

OXFORDOFFICIALS WST ANSWER TO EPA ON SEWER WOES 

DEM aJIDELINE DISCOURAGES SLUDGE USE IN BEST WATERSHEDS 

BOARD POSTPONES SLUDGE PROPOSAL 

OMASA HAD CANE CREEK SLUDGE FERMIT-DEM 

JUDGE BACKSOXFORD ON $118,000 SEWAGE PLANT FINE 

N.C. DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES 
SEE ALSO AUTO REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO LICENSE PLATES 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS tav/ mm ^ 
TAX ASSESSOR REVVING UP TO CATCH CAR-TAX DODGERS 

N.C. DIVISION OF PARKS AND RECREATION 

^I«TrjRsfnME N HAVE TAKEN TOLL ON KERR LAKE PARKS 

N.C. DIVISION OF SERVICES FOR THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING 
SEE ALSO DEAF 

SE DEAFf 3 HEAffilMMIRED URGED TO LOBBY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS 

N.C. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C. „ „ 

DURHAM MAN NAMED TO DEVELOPMENT BOARD 
MYERS ON DEVELOPMENT BOARD 
COUNTY URGED TO RETHINK RESERVOIR 

N.C. ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORP. 
SEE ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORP. 

N.C. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY 

INCLUDE SCHOOLS IN EMERGENCY PLANNING, STATE OFFICIALS SAY 

N.C. EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION 
SEE EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION 

N.C. ENTERPRISE CORP. 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 

SE VeK E 0& GAME: BANE OR BOON FOR NORTH CAROLINA? 

N.C. ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE |FUND 
SEE ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND 



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 

CHH 

H 

H 

CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

H 2 



8/12/1989 
8/12/1989 
8/14/1989 
8/15/1989 
8/16/1989 
8/17/1989 
8/19/1989 
8/20/1989 
9/10/1989 
9/27/1989 
10/05/1989 
10/25/1989 
10/26/1989 
10/26/1989 
11/03/1989 
11/04/1989 
11/04/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/08/1989 
11/09/1989 
11/18/1989 - 
11/22/1989 A 
11/28/1989 B 
11/29/1989 C 
11/29/1989 
11/29/1989 
12/01/1989 
12/13/1989 
12/15/1989 
12/15/1989 
12/19/1989 



1 

4 

3 I 

1 

1 

1 

3 

1 

3 

1 

3 

1 

1 

4 

3 

1 

3 

1 

1 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

3 

3 

1 



N D38 
L 
N D38 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N D38 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
E 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 

' N M20 
N M25 
N M25 
N T33 
N C62 
N T33 
N T33 
N C62 
N W57 
N T33 
N M25 

5 N M25 
N M25 
N T33 



S 2 12/06/1989 A 1 P N H65 



H 2 1/31/1989 B 1 N H60 



CHH 1 9/15/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 8/11/1989 A 10 N 
S 2 8/11/1989 B 4 N 
CHH 1 12/15/1989 A 3 N M20 



CHH 1 1/25/1989 A 1 N M20 



H 2 10/29/1989 D 



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12/31/1989 



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N.C. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 
FLYNT FABRICS DISPUTES PLAN FOR MONITORING END 
STATE UPHOLDS DENIAL OF AHBERLY PERMIT _ 

MARTIN DROPS WALLACE FROM STATE EMC; UNC PROFESSOR APPOINTED 
A TOAST TO NEW WATER STANDARDS 

DEM LACKS WRITTEN RULES ON WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT, OFFICIAL SAYS 
WILL THE CAT PROTECT THE FLOUNDER? 
COMMITTEE TO DEBATE WATERSHED URBANIZATION 
DEM AVOIDS 'URBANIZATION' STANDARDS 
6 LOCALS FAIL IN EMC WATER COUNCIL BIDS 

N C FAIR SHARE 

STUDY CRITICIZES ENERGY COSTS FOR LOW-INCOME N.C. RESIDENTS 

N.C. FARMERS MARKET 

SEE ALSO FARMERS MARKETS 
STATE FARMERS MARKET TO HOLD ANNUAL FESTIVAL TODAY 
STATE FARMERS MARKET FESTIVAL 

N.C. FELLOWS PROGRAM 

TWENTY FRESHMEN NAMED N.C. FELLOWS 

N.C. FICTION SYNDICATE 
SEE ALSO SHORT STORIES 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, N.C. 

YEARNING FOR DIGNITY. WHAT WE DISCOVER ARE MEMORIES 

SINGLE, AND GLAD TO ADMIT HIS SEASON OF UNCERTAINTY 

LET ALL THINGS STAY THE SAME — EXCEPT FOR THE WEATHER 

THE TRIBULATIONS OF ELLIE 

TRILLIUMSJ SPRING FLOWERS CAUSE WARM MEMORIES TO BLOOM... 

TURTLES, BOOBIES — AND A MAN HOLDING AN EGG 

TRIANGLE AREA FICTION WRITERS TOP WINNERS 

N.C. FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION FORMERLY N.C. FIREMEN ASSOCIATION) 
VETERAN FIREFIGHTER CONTESTS FIRING 

N.C. FOLK HERITAGE AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO FOLK ART 

DURHAM BLUESMAN WINS AWARD 

8 ARTISTS RECEIVE FOLK HERITAGE AWARDS 

ORCHESTRA HONORS CORPORATE SPONSORS 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
SEE ALSO GENERAL ASSEMBLY CHORUS 

INSIGHT/ '89 LEGISLATURE: NEW BALL GAME 

LET THE PETTINESS END 

N.C. PUBLIC TV FOUNDATION WORKS TO TUNE IN LEGISLATIVE SUPPORT 

SOMEDAY, LEGISLATURE MAY VISIT RALEIGH 

BOND PROPOSES COUNTY LIAISON WITH ASSEMBLY 

ANIMAL JOKES ABOUND AT CAPITAL 

BAKER WANTS N.C. SCHOOLS TAKEN OFF THE BACK BURNER 

FRUGALITY MEETS PATRIOTISM HEAD-ON IN LEGISLATURE 

STATE FACING METAPHOR DEFICIT 

INSIGHT/VERBAL PROWESS: LAWMAKERS' SILLINESS RUNS FROM PLOTT HOUND... 

N.C, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, ADJOURNMENT 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY INNOVATORS AIMING FOR EARLY ADJOURNMENT 

SQUABBLES DASH HOPES FOR ADJOURNING ASSEMBLY 

STILL HANGING AROUND 

HOUSE VOTES TO ALLOW SPANKINGS IN CHURCH-RUN DAY-CARE CENTERS 

HOUSE PANEL CONTINUES WORK ON EXPANSION BUDGET 

HOUSE DEBATES BANNING LATE WORK BY STUDENTS 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ENTERS 4TH WEEK OF OVERTIME) ADJOURNMENT UP IN AIR 

GOVERNOR RETRIEVING SUPPORTERS FOR VOTE ON VETO 

LEGISLATURE ENACTS LAW TO TAX CONFISCATED DRUGS 

SHIFTING OF MONEY MAY POSE LAST HURDLE TO ADJOURNMENT 



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I T 


N E 


E 


L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 


4/02/1989 A 


1 N R63 


CHH 1 


5/12/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


7/13/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


7/17/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


8/16/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


9/06/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


11/28/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


11/29/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


12/15/1989 A 


1 P N C62 



H 2 6/01/1989 B 4 N 



H 1 7/13/1989 C 
H 1 7/14/1989 C 



1/08/1989 
2/05/1989 
3/12/1989 
4/23/1989 
5/28/1989 
6/18/1989 
7/16/1989 



1 N H60 
1 P P T32 



CHH 1 4/26/1989 A 5 N 



CHH 1 12/29/1989 A 1 N M70 



s 


2 


1/19/1989 D 


3 P N G59 


H 


2 


1/20/1989 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 


1/24/1989 A 


6 P U W15 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 D 


1 P F L40 


H 


2 


1/08/1989 D 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


2/05/1989 A 


1 


N L90 


S 


2 


5/05/1989 A 


j 


J Oil 


S 


2 


5/25/1989 A 


1 P N H65 


S 


2 


6/02/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


S 


2 


6/30/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


S 


2 


7/11/1989 A 


5 


J on 


S 


2 


8/04/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


8/13/1989 D 


2 


U L40 


H 


2 


2/26/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/26/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/28/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


7/13/1989 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/20/1989 D 


4 P N 


H 


2 


7/22/1989 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


7/23/1989 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 


8/09/1989 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 


8/12/1989 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


8/12/1989 A 


8 P N 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



N.C. LAWMAKERS DRAG UPSET INTO SESSION'S CLOSE 
TOU»EROpEN«EETINGS LAW DIES AS LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS 
SESSION ENDS ON 215TH DAY 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS', PCUTICAL OFFICE HOLDERS AND POLITICIANS 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS 

STATE HOUSE NOW BODY OF MINORITIES 

17 BLACK LEGISLATORS FEEL INFLUENCE GROWING 

BLACKLEGISLATORS ACCUSE MAVRETIC OF SLIGHTING THEM 

INSIGHT/ '...TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE' 

BLACKS AND GOP HELP EACH OTHER IN N.C. LEGISLATURE 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BUDGET 

SE MARTIN fife'cALLS FOR NO TAX INCREASES/INVEST (^SOURCES INEDUCATION.. 
BUDGET.T.BUT TUITION, ALCOHOL LICENSES LIKELY TO GET MORE EXPENSIVE 
MARTIN'S BUDGET POSES SOME QUESTIONS 

SgfSKJL^ BE OPEN WITH BUDGET 

SSIr 5 lSs^^f^ F K S pork barrel 

PARK SYSTEM MAY GET MAJOR BUDGET BOOST 

PAY RAISE REQUIRES BITING TAX BULLET 

*9 MILLION IN LEGISLATURE'S SURPLUS FUND 

LEGISLATIVE BUILDINGS TO GET RENOVATIONS 

LEGISLATORS TAKE OUT KNIVES TO TRIM ANY FAT FROM BUDGET 

FUNDS SOUGHT FOR ALAMANCE PRISON DORMS ___ 

PANEL PRESERVES GRANTS FOR RAPE-CRISIS PROGRAMS 

$7.1 BILLION SPENDING BILL GOING BEFORE STATE SENATE 

SENATE VOTES 47-0 TO APPROVE *7.1 BILLION BUDGET BILL 

UNC, N.C. STATE ATHLETIC CUTS DEFEATED „„„„„„. 

LEGISLATORS DEBATE". SLOWER PROCESS MEANS IMPROVEMENT 

5X CUT IN STATE SPENDING CALLED PRUDENT MOVE 

COMMITTEE VOTES TO ELIMINATE 542 VACANT STATE JOBS AirrlimTTV 

PANEL DRAFTS BILL ON VETO POWER BUT DELETES LINE-ITEM AUTHORITY 

HOUSE VOTE MOVES ASSEMBLY TOWARD BUDGET TALKS 

STATE JOB VACANCIES SPUR POLITICIAN'S INCONSISTENCY 

INSIGHT/GLASNOST IN RALEIGH A SOMETIME THING 

SOME BUBGCTDISPUTES SETTLED BUT CONTROVERSIAL ONES REMAIN 

AGREEMENT REACHED ON ROAD FUND DISPUTE _„ T1U , ,__ 

ROYALL BUDGET PLAN MAY CAUSE LONG-TERM SPENDING WOES 

SUBCOMMITTEE LISTS SEEK *588.9 MILLION IN SPENDING 

SENATE PANEL SEEKS FUNDS FOR ABUSED CHILDREN SERVICES 

HOUSE LEADERS FIND BUDGET DELIBERATIONS FRUSTRATING 

TEW>(ERPAY RAISES BUMP OUT EDUCATION SPENDING IN HOUSE 

GOVERNOR DENOUNCES SENATE LEADERS' FINANCIAL FLAN 

INSIGHT/TRYING TO MESH TAXING, SPENDING 

100TH DAY5 IT'S DOWN TO FIGHTIN' WORDS NOW 

SENATE PANEL OKS BUDGET MARTIN WANTS REWORKED 

N.C. BUDGET PLAN GETS 1ST SENATE l*H>. «„«„, 

TEMPERS FLARE AS IMPASSE ON STATE BUDGET CONTINUES 

N.C. HOUSE LEADERS' TAX PLAN QUICKLY DRAWS FIRE 

INSIGHT/STATE LEGISLATURE IS UPSIDE DOWN ON TAX ISSUES 

DISPUTE OVER *2 MILLION SNARLS OPERATING BUDGET 

TWO-MONTH LOGJAM BROKEN ON STATE OPERATING BUDGET 

N.C. HOUSE TORPEDOES SENATE BILL 

SENATE OKS BUDGET; TOSSES DARE TO HOUSE 

SENATE BUDGET FLAN NEEDS CLOSE SCRUTINY 

STATE'S LEGISLATIVE TUG-OF-WAR INTENSIFIES 

SENATE PANEL FAVORS SPENDING FOR NEW NCSU ARENA 

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS BILL ADVANCES 

UNFINI^BUSINESS: N.C7 LAWMAKERS DRAG TAX BILL INTO HAZY DAYS 

BUDGET, TAX SHOWDOWN TO BEGIN IN LEGISLATURE 

HOUSE-SENATE PANEL NEGOTIATES SPENDING 

NEW HOUSE TAX PLAN WOULD HIT MOVIEGOERS, DRINKERS ___ 

LEGISLATURE AT BUDGET IMPASSE? HOUSE, SENATE LEADERS DISAGREE 

WHO BENDS LEGISLATURE'S EAR? 



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H 2 8/13/1989 A 1 N L40 
H 2 8/13/1989 B 3 P N 
H 2 8/14/1989 A 1 N L40 



H 


2 


1/15/1989 D 


2 


U L40 


H 


2 


2/20/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


7/06/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 12/17/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 12/17/1989 D 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


1/19/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


1/23/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/25/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


2/01/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


3/05/1989 D 


2 


U L40 


H 


2 


3/06/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/06/1989 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


3/13/1989 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 


3/29/1989 B 


5 P N 


H 


2 


3/29/1989 D 


9 


N 


H 


1 


4/05/1989 C 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/11/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


4/12/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


4/17/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/18/1989 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


4/20/1989 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


4/25/1989 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


4/26/1989 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


4/28/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


4/30/1989 D 


n 


U L40 


H 


2 


5/06/1989 B 


n 


N 


H 


2 


5/11/1989 B 


C 
U 


N 


S 


2 


5/24/1989 A 


c 
3 


J on 


H 


2 


6/03/1989 A 


6 


N 


H 


3 


6/07/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/13/1989 C 


2 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/14/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/16/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


6/18/1989 D 


2 


U L40 


H 


2 


6/19/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/21/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/22/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/24/1989 A 


11 


P N 


H 


2 


6/25/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/25/1989 D 


2 


U L40 


H 


2 


6/27/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


6/28/1989 D 


9 


N 


H 


2 


6/29/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


6/29/1989 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


6/29/1989 A 


3 


J Oil 


H 


2 


6/30/1989 A 


i 


N L40 


H 


2 


7/06/1989 A 


i 


N 


H 


2 


7/07/1989 A 


n 


N 


H 


2 


7/09/1989 A 


i 


N L40 


H 


2 


7/10/1989 B 


i 


N 


H 


1 


7/12/1989 C 


2 P N 


H 


2 


7/15/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


7/16/1989 B 


8 


N L40 


CH 


H 1 


7/19/1989 A 


4 


E 



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S U B J E 



LEGISLATURE DRIVING STATE BUDGET INTO A DEEP HOLE 

HOUSE PANEL CONTINUES WORK ON EXPANSION BUDGET 

HOUSE, SENATE STILL AT ODDS ON UNC FUNDING 

N.C. HOUSE, SENATE STRIKE DEAL ON $9 BILLION TAX, SPENDING PLAN 

HOSPITAL'S FUNDING DOUBTFUL 

HOSPITAL'S FUNDING DOUBTFUL 

COMPROMISE MEANS FEWER FEE INCREASES FOR N.C. MOTORISTS 

APPROPRIATIONS PANEL UNVEILS HOUSE'S BUDGET PROPOSALS 

COMMITTEE FINISHES REVIEWING CAPITAL IMF1«)VEMENTS BUDGET 

TARDY REPS CAUSE WOES FOR SCHOOLS 

ROADS VS. SCHOOLS IS A BATTLE BETWEEN SUPERPOWERS 

HIGHWAY BILL APPROVED BY N.C. HOUSE, SENATE 

STATE'S EDUCATION FUNDS IN BUDGET SQUEEZE 

HOUSE PANEL OKS BUDGET FOR NEW STATE SPENDING 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY APPROVES HIGHWAY BUILDING PACKAGE 

PANEL APPROVES $260.5 MILLION BUDGET BILL 

LEGISLATIVE BUDGET BELAYS KEEP CITIES, COUNTIES ON EDGE 

INSIGHT/IS GOV. JIM MARTIN JUST TOO NICE? 

HOUSE APPROVES NEW SPENDING PACKAGE 

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE TO LOOK AT DIFFERENCES IN SPENDING BILLS 

MILLER PROVISION CALLS FOR PRIVATE AGENCIES LISTING STATE MONEY USE 

HOUSE, SENATE HAVE DIFFERENCES ON TOUGHER DWI LAWS 

LEGISLATORS RAISE IN-STATE TUITION BY 20X 

NEW UNC-CH BUSINESS SCHOOL GETS NOD; N.C. STATE COLISEUM PLAN SNAGS... 

INSIGHT/WHAT PRICE OPENNESS? 

N.C. HOUSE, SENATE AGREE ON BUDGETS 

BEHIND BUDGET BICKERING, THERE'S MORE 

IT'S TIME TO REACH OUT AND TAX SOMEONE 

DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATOR MAKES OPEN MEETINGS LAW APPLY TO THE GOVERNOR'S... 

*1.8 BILLION SPENDING BILL GETS HOUSE'S OK 

SENATE VOTES TO ENACT $1.8 BILLION SPENDING BILLS 

CONFEREES WILL TRY TO RESOLVE DISPUTE 

BUDGET VIEWS MIXED LOCALLY 

COSTS START HITTING HOME BEFORE LAWMAKERS ADJOURN 

TOUGHER OPEN MEETINGS LAW DIES AS LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, CLOSING 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, ADJOURNMENT 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, COMMITTEES AND SUBCOMMITTEES 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMISSION 
SEN. ROYALL REAPPOINTED TO BUDGET COMMISSION 
SENATE COMMITTEE POSTS FILLED; ROYALL GETS APPROPRIATIONS JOB 
MAVRETIC SHOULDN'T LET VOTE DECIDE KEY POSTS 
CHANGES IN HOUSE HAVE ONLOOKERS WATCHING FOR NEW LEADERS 
LAWMAKERS EXPECT EFFICIENT SESSION 
MAVRETIC TO NAME SOME COMMITTEE LEADERS 
MAVRETIC DOLES OUT HOUSE COMMITTEE CHAIRMANSHIPS 
HERE IS LIST OF HOUSE APPOINTMENTS 
COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN NAMED IN STATE HOUSE 
SAM HUNT WILL LEAD INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE 
MAVRETIC ALMOST FINISHED SELECTING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 
HACKNEY AND BOWMAN TO LEAD SUBCOMMITTEES 
SOME DEMOCRATS VOICE COMPLAINTS ON APPOINTMENTS 
HACKNEY HOPING TO FORM HOUSE ENVIRONMENTAL CAUCUS 
ORANGE CO. DEMOS LOSE COMMITTEE POSTS 
LEGISLATURE'S GOP FRESHMEN RAISE STATURE 
SPEAKER EYES YEAR-ROUND COMMITTEES 
LEGISLATURE REACHES TOO FAR 
PANEL ON ABORTION ISSUES HAS WOBBLY START 
MAVRETIC OUSTS MILLER FROM ASSEMBLY PANEL 
MILLER, HACKNEY STRIPPED OF LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE JOBS 
MAVRETIC SOWING SEEDS OF HIS OWN DOWNFALL 
POLITICS THAT MAY BOOMERANG 
COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED ON VOTER REGISTRATION INCLUDES MICHAUX 



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S 


2 


7/19/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


7/20/1989 D 


4 P N 


CHH 1 


7/21/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


H 


2 


7/22/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


CHH 1 


7/22/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


7/22/1989 A 


1 


N S17 


H 


2 


7/23/1989 B 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


7/25/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/26/1989 A 


11 


N 


CHH 1 


7/26/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


S 


2 


7/26/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


7/27/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


7/27/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


7/28/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/28/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/29/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 D 


2 


U L40 


H 


2 


8/02/1989 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


8/03/1989 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/03/1989 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


8/04/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


8/05/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


8/06/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


8/06/1989 D 


2 


U L40 


H 


2 


8/07/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


8/07/1989 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


8/07/1989 A 




J Oil 


H 


2 


8/08/1989 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


8/09/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


8/10/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


8/10/1989 B 


5 


N 


CHH 1 


8/12/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


H 


2 


8/13/1989 B 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


8/13/1989 B 


3 P N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



1/10/1989 A 
1/13/1989 B 
1/13/1989 A 
1/13/1989 A 
1/16/1989 B 
1/19/1989 A 
1/20/1989 A 
1/20/1989 A 
1/24/1989 B 
1/24/1989 B 
1/25/1989 D 
1/25/1989 D 
1/27/1989 A 
1/29/1989 A 
1/31/1989 A 
4/23/1989 B 
5/05/1989 A 
5/08/1989 
7/16/1989 
10/24/1989 
10/25/1989 
10/25/1989 
10/26/1989 
11/10/1989 



N L40 
N 
E 
N 
N 
N 

N L40 
N 

N R53 
N L40 
N 

N R53 
N 

N M20 
N M20 
N 
N 
E 

N L40 
N B58 
N L40 
E 
E 
N L40 



N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 
LEGISLATIVE VOTING MAY GO ON COMPUTER 



S 2 5/17/1989 A 11 J Oil 



N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, CONFLICT OF INTERESTS 



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SEE ALSO CONFLICT OF INTERESTS 

SE QU£STIONS RAISED ON LEGISLATORS' KIN WORKING FOR STATE 
WIDER REPORTING RULES WOULD REASSURE CITIZENS 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, COST OF OPERATING STATE LEGISLATURE 
JERRYGENTRY/SPEAKER WANTS HIGH-TECH HOUSE 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO DEMOCRATIC PARTY, N.C. at ^ 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS 
N.C. HOUSE'S DEMOCRATS HOLD CAUCUS 
DISSIDENT DEMOCRATS DISCOVER RISKS AND MORE RISKS 
SOME HOUSE DEMOCRATS ARE JOINING 'KENMEL CLUB' „„,„„, 
I^GHT^TW-PttTY STATE? NOT EVERYWHERE; POLL OVERLOOKS DEMOCRATS'.. 
DEMOCRATS IN SENATE DOWNPLAY CLASHES 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, ELECTIONS 

SEE ELECTIONS, N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES 
N.C. HAS AN EPIDEMIC OF AIDES AT LEGISLATURE 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, HOUSE. __ 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SENATE 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE 

WHAT LIES AHEAD? 

WICKER IS ELECTED MAJORITY LEADER OF k| KOUSE 

CONFUSION, UNCERTAINTY REIGN IN THE N.C. HOUSE 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LEGISLATORS 
GARDNER PROMISES BIPARTISAN EFFORT ON STATE PROBLEMS 
INSIGHT/THE NEW JIM MARTIN CHANGES HIS TACTICS 

yOTE T ra1pl^E^EALS € D?VISIONS AMONG NEIGHBORING HOUSE MEMBERS 

GUBERNATORIAL VETO AND LOTTERY BILLS BACK IN ASSEMBLY 

LOTTERY BILL SHOULD BE CLIPPED _ 

MOST LEGISLATORS FAVOR A MAJOR HIGHWAY FUNDING PACKAGE 

N7C SENATOR'S BILL SEEKS LAWFULNESS OF LOTTERY TICKET 

LEfiiSLATTC SUPPORT ALTERNATIVE PUNISHMENTS FOR CRIMINALS 

SCHOOL OFFICIAL CONTRADICTS RECENT SURVEY 

HHS STUDENTS WANT STATE OFFICIALLY TO END POLL TAX 

BILL SEEKS TO REMOVE LIMITS ON ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS 

AFL-CIO DISCUSSES LEGISLATIVE AGENDA —r-,™ 

PANEL TO AIR BILL TO CURB OBSCENE BUMPER DICKERS 

BILLS FILED TO LIMIT TERMS OF TOP THREE STATE OFFICIALS 

nm\ FHWMm£ral road safety path to prohibition 

PRIVETTE CAPTURES ABC CHAIRMANSHIP MammMt 

^OPS/tUPUtB3i ^AY m STATE DTL0YEES 

KK P RElSG^« TE PRISON| rS E ™« SKATE 
LEGISLATOR'S PREPARE TO REVIEW BUDGET AMID ECONOMIC WRINGS 
GOVERNOR AND LEGISLATIVE LEADERS AREWORKING W JBWl PACKAGE 
BILL ON LOTTERY TICKETS SURVIVES CLOSE VOTE IN SENATE 
COMPROMISE SEEN POSSIBLE OVER HARDISCN AMENDMENTS 
SUPPORT APPEARS STRONG FOR TAX LAW CHANGES 

h^^^ng^^^I^iStIl caucus 

tia^S UTtifiUtXim ON WHO GOES TO PRISON 
HILLSIDE GROUP LOBBIES HOUSE ON RATIFICATION BILL 
UUSEACISTD HALT EARLY RELEASES OF DRUG TRAFFICKERS 
SENATE APPROVES BILL ON LOTTERY TICKET POSSESSION 
MARTIN GOINGTO LEGISLATURE TO SEEK GUBERNATORIAL VETO 
MILLER FILES BILL TO CONTINUE ADJUSTMENT OF UTILITY RATES 
LEGISLATION ENACTED ON INMATE RELEASES 



H 2 5/19/1989 C 2 N 
S 2 5/24/1989 A 4 E 

H 2 4/30/1989 D 5 U 633 



1/14/1989 A 
1/24/1989 A 
2/01/1989 C 
3/26/1989 D 
6/02/1989 C 



1 N 

5 J Oil 

2 N 

2 P U L40 
1 P N 



S 2 3/31/1989 A 5 J Oil 



2 1/16/1989 A 
2 1/20/1989 A 
2 3/30/1989 A 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CKH 1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


9 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



A 

D 
A 
A 
D 
A 



1/06/1989 
1/08/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/12/1989 
1/12/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/13/1989 B 
1/13/1989 C 
1/14/1989 
1/16/1989 
1/17/1989 
1/19/1989 
1/19/1989 
1/20/1989 B 
1/20/1989 B 
1/22/1989 B 
1/24/1989 B 
1/25/1989 D 
1/25/1989 D 
1/25/1989 D 
1/26/1989 B 
1/26/1989 B 
1/26/1989 B 
1/27/1989 A 
1/28/1989 B 
1/29/1989 B 
1/29/1989 D 
1/29/1989 A 
1/30/1989 A 
1/30/1989 B 
1/31/1989 B 
1/31/1989 B 
1/31/1989 B 
2/01/1989 B 
2/01/1989 B 
2/01/1989 B 



10 

2 
4 
1 
4 
4 
3 
1 
4 
3 
1 

11 

11 
4 
4 
3 
9 
4 
9 
9 
2 

2 

2 

13 
2 
1 
2 

3 
1 
1 
1 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



E 
N 
J Oil 



N 

U L40 

E 

N L40 

N 

E 

N 

H L40 

N 

N M25 

N S92 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

U L40 

N M20 

N L40 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N L40 

N L40 

N 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJE 



NAACP UILL SEEK STATE LAU AGAINST RACIAL INTIMIDATION 

CLOSE SENATE VOTE EXPECTED ON LOTTERY 

BASKETBALL ALLEGATIONS MAY SPUR STUDY OF SPORTS LAWS 

eilber: MATH SCHOOL FACULTY NEEDS RAISE 

TWO LEGISLATORS FILE BILLS TO HALT SECOND PRIMARIES 

N.C. URGED TO ABANDON PARTISAN JUDICIAL ELECTIONS 

MARTIN AND FORMER GOVERNORS BACK VETO 

TAX CHANGE PROPOSAL GETS WARM RECEPTION 

POLLUTION STANDARDS COMPROMISE FAILS 

CENTER MAY GET $5 MILLION BOOST 

LEGISLATOR PROPOSES RAISING GAS TAX 16 CENTS A GALLON 

LEGISLATURE PONDERS: WHAT PRICE VETO? 

DESPITE SLOW START, LEGISLATIVE LEADERS SEE SHORTER SESSION 

LEGISLATIVE LEADERS TO TIGHTEN RULES, GET OUT BY JULY 

STATE URGED TO WITHDRAW CALL FOR CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION 

LEADERS CLASH OVER SEPARATING VETO ISSUE 

ASSEMBLY FACES DEADLINES ON HAZARDOUS WASTE ISSUE 

THORNBURG CITES DIRE NEED FOR MORE COURT OFFICIALS, PRISONS 

HOUSE COMMITTEE OKS PRISON MONEY 

COMMITTEE TO SEEK CONSENSUS ON HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PLAN 

COMMITTEE CHOOSES VETO OPTIONS FROM 'MENU' 

TRANSFER OF MONEY NEEDED FOR PRIVATE COLLEGE GRANTS 

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

SENATE TENTATIVELY APPROVES BILL ON FETUS REMAINS 

HOUSE VOTES 108-2 FOR PRISON PACKAGE 

MILLER'S BILL SEEKS OPEN MEETINGS OF COMMITTEES 

INSIGHT/LAWMAKERS STRIVE FOR TAX FAIRNESS 

PANEL ENDORSES EXTRA $7 BILLION FOR HIGHWAYS 

SENATE DELAYS VOTE ON FETUS REMAINS BILL 

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

LEGISLATORS STEW OVER ALCOHOL IN CANDY 

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

CHANGE SOUGHT IN MACHINE GUN DEFINITION 

MILLER LAUDS HIS CHILD SAFETY SEAT LAW 

SUPPORT FOR BOTTLE BILL GROWS IN ALAMANCE 

SCHOOLS OF CHOICE IDEA DRAWS CRITICISM 

LOBBYISTS RAP EMPLOYEE DRUG TESTING BILL THAT CALLS FOR TREATING... 

MILLER FILES BILL ON TAX AMNESTY PROGRAM 

CANDY-ALCOHOL BILL IS SPIKED 

HIGHER PAY INCREASE PROPOSED 

HIGHWAY PLAN AGREEMENT NOT SO SOLID 

FARM LOBBYISTS FIGHT COMPROMISE ON POLLUTION RULES 

ETHICS BILL'S PUBLIC RELATIONS BAGGAGE WORRIES LAWMAKERS 

FINE-TUNING SAFE ROADS ACT ON AGENDA 

HOUSE OKS FORMING STATE REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 

PLAN COULD RAISE GAS, TITLE TAXES TO BUILD ROADS 

LOTTERY BILL DRAWS ONLY MUTED CRITICISM 

N.C. ENVIRONMENTAL BILL GAINS IN SENATE 

ABORTION CONSENT BILL STIRS EMOTIONS 

WOMEN'S GROUP MAKES LEGISLATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS 

BOARD OF GOVERNOR ENDORSEMENTS OK'D BY HOUSE DEMOCRATS 

BILL WOULD PROHIBIT SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN RENTAL OF PROPERTY 

SENATE PANEL APPROVES VETO AMENDMENT 

MID-APRIL ENACTMENT OF HIGHWAY PACKAGE EYED 

HILLSIDE STUDENTS ARE PRAISED ON ANTI-POLL TAX MEASURE 

ORANGE WANTS N.C. OK ON TAX BEFORE HEARING 

LEGISLATORS STRUGGLE WITH WAYS TO CUT SCHOOL DROPOUT RATE 

SENATE VOTES TO REPEAL 'HARDISON AMENDMENTS' 

PANEL ENDORSES CONTINUING UTILITIES' FUEL COST 'TRUE-UPS' 

PANEL SAYS $80 MILLION NEEDED FOR SEVERELY MENTALLY ILL IN N.C. 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY INNOVATORS AIMING FOR EARLY ADJOURNMENT 

SENATE APPROVES BILL ON DISPOSAL OF FETUS REMAINS 

HOUSE SPEAKER GETS PLEAS FOR MORE FUNDING AT AiT 

BILLS SEEK BENEFITS FOR FILM INDUSTRY 

SENATE VOTES IN FAVOR OF TAX ADVANTAGE ON PURCHASE OF ADDITIONAL TIMBER 

LEGISLATORS CONCERNED ABOUT CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION 

SENATE SEEN AS KEY ON ABORTION ISSUE 

LAWMAKERS STEP TOWARD LETTING VOTERS DECIDE GUBERNATORIAL VETO 

HOUSE SUBCOMMITTEE BACKS INCREASE IN WINE TAXES 

ABORTION CONSENT BILL CLEARS FIRST HURDLE 



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7 


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2/01/1989 C 


1 


N L40 


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2 


2/01/1989 D 


9 


N 046 


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2/01/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


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2 


2/02/1989 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


2/02/1989 D 


4 


N 


H 


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2/03/1989 B 


3 


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2 


2/03/1989 B 


3 


N 


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2/03/1989 B 


3 


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CHH 1 


2/03/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


H 


2 


2/04/1989 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


2/05/1989 B 


9 P N 


H 


2 


2/06/1989 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/07/1989 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 


2/09/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/09/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


2/09/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


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2/10/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


2/10/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 


2/10/1989 C 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


2/12/1989 D 


2 


U L40 


H 


2 


2/14/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/14/1989 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


2/15/1989 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/15/1989 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/16/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/16/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/16/1989 C 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


2/16/1989 C 


3 


N H60 


H 


2 


2/17/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


2/17/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


2/17/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/17/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/17/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/17/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/17/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/19/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/20/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


2/21/1989 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


2/21/1989 B 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


2/22/1989 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/23/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/23/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


1 


2/23/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


2/23/1989 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


2/23/1989 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/23/1989 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/23/1989 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/23/1989 B 


2 


N L40 


CHH 1 


2/23/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 A 


11 P N 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 A 


11 


F N 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 A 


12 P N 


H 


2 


2/26/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/28/1989 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


2/28/1989 C 


a 


N 


H 


2 


2/28/1989 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


2/28/1989 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


3/01/1989 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


3/01/1989 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


3/02/1989 A 


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3/02/1989 B 


2 


N 


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3/02/1989 B 


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



Y SUBJECTS 



PA6E 768 
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TAX EYED ON WHOLESALE PRICE Cf CIGARETTES 
SENATE VOTES FOR AMENDMENT ON GUBERNATORIAL VETO 
TENNESSEE WHISKEY BOYCOTT OVER MILL ACTION IS SCUTTLED 

LEGiHjttHS w hazardous WASTE BILL ON FAST track TO SHOW GOOD FAITH 

BILL WOULD BO^TeH^F^F^M TAKING RECREATION TOAREA REST HOMES 
SPLIT^HOUSE DEMOCRATS AFFECTS ELECTION OF UNC BOARD MEMBERS 
VETO AND VENGEANCE 

SAauwm ss^ffissatffes skse ^ ^^ sources 

HOUSE VOTES TO APPROVE ANTI-POLL TAX BILL 
BILL ON VEHICLE TAXES IS QUESTIONED 
ASSEMBLY ACCIDENTALLY WIPES OUT MOUNT AIRY 
LEGISLATORS URGED TO LOVER DWI THRESHOLD 
TOW COUNCIL SUBMITS LEGISLATIVE WISH LIST 

MLfpROf^sSffivES FOR COMPANIES CUTTING WASTE 
STATE HIGHWAY PROPOSAL CALLED BALANCED PACKAGE 
LOCAL PANEL URGED TO OVERSEE WASTE SITE _ 
G^tmMcTS TOUGH FIGHT ON SALES TAX INCREASE 

Ss/s^WSSIaSE PROPOSALS WOULD BUCK N.C. TO TOP OF BRACKET 

AIDS BILLS COULD SPARK GENERAL ASSEMBLY BATTLES 

BILL WOULD ALLOW SMALLER LOAF OF BREAD 

INSIGHT/GOVERNOR REACHES TIME Cf RECKONING 

DEBATE ON UTILITIES' FUEL CHARGES MUTED 

LEGISLATORS KEEP HAZARDOUS WASTE BILL ON FAST TRACK „,.««. 

MANY^NATE DEMOCRATS COMMITTED TO HELPING, HUNT TELLS COUNTY TEACHERS 

EASIERVOTER REGISTRATION GOAL OF TWO MICHAUX BILLS 

BILL COULD GIVE COUNTY TWO MORE WORKERS JO FIGHT CHILD ABUSE 

SENATEDWCTS EXTENSION OF UTILITY FUEL COST 'TRUE-UPS' 

SENATE CTJMMITTEE APPROVES HAZARDOUS WASTE BILL 

Rim FINANCING PROPOSALS SLOW HIGHWAY BILL 

LEGISLATURE LONG ON BILLS, SHWTON LAW 

BILL WOULD TEST CORPORAL PUNISHMENT BAN 

SOLAR ENERGY ASSOCIATION ASKS LEGISLATURE TO KEEP TAX CUTS 

LAWMAKERS FIGHT SALES TAX INCREASE „ 

SSS^^^S^^&^^^E REGIONAL COMPACT 

BILL WMJLD PULL LICENSES OF TEENS IN ALCOHOL, DRUG VIOLATIONS 

LEGISLATORSFIND 'AMAZEMENT' IN 'UNBELIEVABLE' GOP PROPOSAL 

LINE-ITEM VETO GIVES WEAPON AGAINST WASTE 

FOCUS ON BIGGER LOAVES 

MARTIN SEEKS GOP SUPPORT FOR HIS PLAN 

CUTS WOULD ELIMINATE BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER 

ABORTION CONSENT BILL ADVANCES AMID SHOUTS OVER VOTE 

L^a^TORSCAUTION PROPOSAL COULD DERAIL HIGHWAY BILL 

SENATE TENTATIVELY APPROVES BILL ON HAZARDOUS WASTE SITE 

MANDATORY JAIL TERM BACKED FOR SELLING DRUGS NEAR A SCHOOL 

lTS TRACTOR-TRAILER LIGHTS PROMPTS OPPOSITION, CONFLICTS 

LEGAL REFORMS FACING UPHILL FIGHTTHIS YEAR 

BILL WOULD FUND DEVELOPMENT OF TEXTILE MACHINES 

DEBATEON CHOOSING JUDGES DIVIDES MEMBERS OF JUDICIARY 

DURHAM BONDSMEN OPPOSING CHANGE IN N.C. BAIL PROCEDURE 

ST/TO SENATEVOTES 47-0 FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE BILL 

PANEL DEBATES NUMBER OF VOTES NEEDED TO OVERRIDE VETO 

HIGHWAY PACKAGE CLEARS ITS FIRST HURDLE rA „ T 

MEASURE REKINDLES QUESTIONS ON GARDNER'S FINANCIAL PAST 

NraJGETS BELATED SHARE OF LEGISLATURE'S LIMELIGHT 

HOUSE BACKS REQUIRING ABORTION CONSENT FOR MINORS 

LEGISLATORS QUESTION ETHNIC-HARASSMENT REPORTING PROPOSAL 

DISAGREEMENT REMAINS ON HIGHWAY BILL 

REGI^ALTRANSPORTATION BILL FACES ROUGH ROAD 

BOuWnTRODUCES BILL TO CREATE SMALL BUSINESS COUNCIL 

DURHAM raUNTY IMPACT FEES NOT LIKELY TO BE APPROVED 

HOUSE ONES WW3¥TAL CONSENT ABORTION BILL FINAL OK 

TQEtt^COMPANY DEREGULATION BILL DRAWS CRITICISM 

BILLFILED IN ATTEMPT TO SAVE HOSPITALS IN RURAL COUNTIES 

HILLSBOROUGH BROFfED FROM IMPACT TAX BILL 

BILL WOULD CHANGE NCMH NAME 

BILL WOULD PROVIDE SOLID-WASTE LOANS 



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H 


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H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 


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H 


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H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


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1 


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H 


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H 


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H 


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H 


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2 


H 


2 


H 


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H 


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H 


1 


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H 


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H 


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CHH 1 


CHH 1 


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A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



3/02/1989 B 
3/03/1989 A 
3/03/1989 
3/03/1989 
3/04/1989 
3/05/1989 
3/07/1989 
3/07/1989 .. 
3/07/1989 B 
3/07/1989 B 
3/08/1989 D 
3/08/1989 D 
3/08/1989 D 
3/08/1989 A 
3/08/1989 A 
3/09/1989 B 
3/10/1989 A 
3/10/1989 A 
3/10/1989 A 
3/11/1989 A 
3/12/1989 A 
3/12/1989 B 
3/12/1989 B 
3/12/1989 D 
3/13/1989 B 
3/14/1989 B 
3/14/1989 C 
3/14/1989 C 
3/14/1989 A 
3/15/1989 B 
3/15/1989 B 
3/15/1989 B 
3/15/1989 C 
3/15/1989 C 
3/15/1989 C 
3/16/1989 A 
3/16/1989 B 
3/16/1989 B 
3/16/1989 B 
3/16/1989 A 
3/16/1989 A 
3/16/1989 A 
3/17/1989 A 
3/17/1989 A 
3/17/1989 B 
3/17/1989 B 
3/17/1989 B 
3/17/1989 B 
3/18/1989 C 
3/19/1989 B 
3/19/1989 B 
3/20/1989 B 
3/20/1989 A 
3/21/1989 C 
3/22/1989 B 
3/22/1989 B 
3/22/1989 
3/22/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/24/1989 
3/24/1989 
3/24/1989 
3/24/1989 
3/24/1989 
3/24/1989 
3/24/1989 



5 

11 
11 
11 

3 P 
13 

4 

9 

1 P 

1 

12 
12 
12 

5 

4 

2 
11 
11 
16 

4 

1 C 
1 

12 

2 F 
7 

4 

1 

1 

3 

6 

7 

7 

1 

3 

3 

1 

3 

3 

6 

1 

4 

4 

1 

1 

6 

6 

6 

6 

3 

1 

4 

1 

1 

7 

5 

5 

5 

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N 

N 

N 

N 

N M20 

N L40 

E 

N 

N 046 

N R53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N L40 

N 

N 

U L40 

N 

N 

N L40 

N R53 

N M20 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N «06 

E 

E 

N L40 

N K65 

N 
> N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 
» N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

N L40 

N L40 

N H60 

N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N M20 

N 

N H70 



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



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THOMPSON: TRANSFER FEE 'DEAD' 

REACTIONS MIXED ON BILL TO UNCAP CREDIT CARD RATES 

SOUTHERN BELL, AT&T OPPONENTS IN FIGHT OVER PHONE LEGISLATION 

TAX-CRACKDOWN PROPOSAL GAINING LEGISLATIVE GROUND 

GOOD INTENTIONS IN ASSEMBLY COULD SPUR USE OF 'CRANK' 

HOSPITAL REPORT RECEIVES COOL RECEPTION 

PROPOSAL RESURFACES TO CHANGE TIMING OF STATEWIDE ELECTIONS 

LEGISLATIVE BUILDINGS TO GET RENOVATIONS 

PANEL MAY VOTE TODAY ON HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION BILL 

$2.75 MILLION BEING SOUGHT TO INVENTORY OLD GRAVE SITES 

SUPPORT GROWS FOR CUTTING SOKE SECOND PRIMARIES 

BILL TAKES SOUR VIEW OF MILK CRATE THEFTS 

BID FOR EARLIEST PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY DRAWS LITTLE SUPPORT 

SPONSOR SCALES BACK HIS BILL ON SELECTION OF JUDGES 

PANEL REJECTS HIGHWAY BILL AMENDMENT 

COMMITTEE FAVORS OUTLAWING OF OBSCENE BUMPER STICKERS 

NCMH NAME CHANGE CLEARS COMMITTEE WITH NO OPPOSITION 

AMENDED TELEPHONE PRICING BILL ADVANCES 

LEGISLATORS PROPOSE TAX ON ILLEGAL DRUGS 

PANEL HEARS ARGUMENTS ON CREDIT CARD RATES 

HOUSE SPEAKER CHIDES LEGISLATORS FOR GAFFES 

GOV. MARTIN FAVORS DEREGULATING CREDIT CARD RATES 

BLACK LEGISLATORS TO BOYCOTT SESSION IN OLD SLAVE MART 

ABORTION BILL NEEDS TOUGH LEGAL BYPASS 

LEGISLATIVE PANELS POISED TO CONSIDER SEVERAL TAX BILLS 

INSIGHT/WITHOUT RUNOFFS LOSERS WINNERS 

•GOOD SAMARITAN' BILL ATTACKS LIABILITY OF THOSE WHO HELP 

NO-f AULT INSURANCE ON LEGISLATIVE AGENDA 

BUMPER STICKER BILL BLOW AGAINST LIBERTY 

STUDYS STATE COULD GET $200 MILLION BY SELLING PORTS, RAILROADS 

FURNITURE SALES DISPUTE GOES TO LEGISLATURE 

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

HOUSE PANELS EYE $20 MILLION IN CUTS 

HIGHWAY PLAN COULD PRODUCE ECONOMIC RIPPLES 

'GOOD SAMARITAN' BILL MAY BE STEP FORWARD 

PANEL VOTES TO CONTINUE STATE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY PROGRAM 

ABORTION-CONSENT BILL, RIVAL BILL GO TO SUBCOMMITTEE 

VETO MEASURES DEBATED BY PANEL 

PANEL BACKS RESTRUCTURING OF WILDLIFE COMMISSION 

DELA Y EYE D IN BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM 

COMMITTEE OKS BAN OF OBSCENE BUMPER STICKERS 

WICKER VOWS NO RUSH ON HAZARDOUS WASTE BILL 

LEGISLATURE MAY SETTLE TOBACCO FEES DISPUTE 

UNC EMPLOYEES WOULD GET RAISE UNDER BARNES' BILL 

A GOOD IDEA RUNS INTO A FEW PROBLEMS 

SENATOR FINDS BUMPER STICKER DEBATE CAN GET STICKY 

BLACK CAUCUS VOTES TO BOYCOTT SESSION 

PANEL DEBATES COMPROMISE ON SELECTING JUDGES 

BILLS TO aiMINATE SECOND PRIMARIES BOTTLED UP IN COMMITTEE 

LEGISLATURE FACES 'GOOD SAMARITAN' LAW 

BILL ON CORPORAL PUNISHMENT BAN HIT BY AMENDMENT 

COMMITTEE VOTES TO SHUT DOWN AGRICULTURE FINANCING AUTHORITY 

DISCUSSION OF LEAF FEES DELAYED _ 

LEGISLATORS ARE PREPARING MEASURES TO REGULATE INFECTIOUS MEDICAL WASTE 

COMPROMISE UNVEILED ON SELECTION OF WILDLIFE COMMISSION'S MEMBERS 

FINAL VOTE ON NCMH NAME CHANGE DELAYED 

PANEL PRESERVES GRANTS FOR RAPE-CRISIS PROGRAMS 

BILL WOULD OUTLAW SEX WITH MINORS 

STATE PARK SOUGHT ON LUMBER RIVER 

BILL COULD INCREASE DIFFICULTY IN FINDING SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 

DURHAM OFFICIALS TO MEET WITH TWO LEGISLATIVE LEADERS 

miller: MUST BLOCK WASTE BILLS 

$7.1 BILLION SPENDING BILL GOING BEFORE STATE SENATE 

N.C. HOUSE GREETS HIGH-FLYING EAGLES 

SMALL CHANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT BILL, OFFICIAL SAYS 

LEGISLATOR RAISES EQUITY ISSUE ON IMPACT TAX 

CRYING OVER SPILLED MILK CRATES ; THEFT COSTS DAIRY INDUSTRY *2 MILLION 

DOUNZONING BILL WORRIES COUNCIL 

BARNES, MAVRETIC LISTEN TO DURHAM CONCERNS 

NAUGHTY WORDS ARE UNDER FIRE IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY 



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3/25/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/26/1989 B 


12 


N 


H 


2 


3/27/1989 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/27/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


H 


2 


3/28/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


3/28/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/29/1989 B 


5 


P N 


H 


2 


3/29/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/29/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/29/1989 C 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 


3/29/1989 C 


1 


N R53 


H 


2 


3/29/1989 D 


9 


N 


H 


2 


3/30/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/30/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/30/1989 B 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


3/30/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


H 


2 


3/31/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


3/31/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


3/31/1989 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


4/01/1989 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


4/01/1989 A 


9 


N 


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4/01/1989 C 


1 P N L40 


S 


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4/01/1989 A 


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E 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 B 


1 


P N 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 D 


2 P U L40 


H 


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4/03/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


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4/03/1989 B 


8 


N 


S 


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4/03/1989 A 


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4/04/1989 A 


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N 


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N 


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12 P N 


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N 


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E 


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4/05/1989 B 


7 


N 


H 


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4/05/1989 B 


7 


N 


H 


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4/05/1989 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/05/1989 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/05/1989 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/05/1989 D 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/05/1989 D 


11 


N 


H 


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4/05/1989 D 


12 


N 


CHH 1 


4/05/1989 A 


1 


N S17 


S 


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4/05/1989 A 


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J on 


H 


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4/06/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/06/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/06/1989 B 


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N 


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N 


S 


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J Oil 


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4/07/1989 A 


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N 


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4/07/1989 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


4/07/1989 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


4/07/1989 A 


7 


N 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 C 


1 


N S69 


H 


2 


4/09/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/11/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


4/11/1989 C 


1 


N 


CHH 1 


4/11/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


4/11/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


4/11/1989 A 


3 P N 


S 


2 


4/11/1989 A 


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S 


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4/11/1989 A 


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SENATE VOTES 47-0 TO AFPROVE $7.1 BILLION BUDGET BILL 

STATE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION URGED 

WILDLIFE COMMISSION COWRCMISE UNRAVELS 

FINDS OK' D FOR PRIVATE COLLEGE STUDENTS 

SPANKING BAN RECEIVES UNFORTUNATE TREATMENT 

TWO REPUBLICANS FILE 'SCHOOLS OF CHOICE' BILL 

BILL WOULD REQUIRE CAR HEADLIGHTS BE ON WHEN WIPERS USED 

STATE COMMISSION PROPOSED TO REGULATE ASSAULT WEAPONS 

UNC, N.C. STATE ATHLETIC CUTS DEFEATED 

BILL ADVANCES ON SELECTION OF APPELLATE JUDGES 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY CONFUSED OVER FREE ENTERPRISE 

PROPOSED LEGISLATION AIMED AT TENNESSEE, SOUTH CAROLINA ^ imjrc 

BILLWOULD STRIP ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS AGENCY OF INDEPENDENCE 

HOWES OPPOSES FIRE PROTECTION FUNDING CHANGE 

PAVEL APFmES CUTTING $724,000 FROM ABORTION FUND 

LEGISLATOR URGES MORATORIUM ON f£W BILLBOARDS IN STATE 

HEARING OFFICE MUST REMAIN INDEPENDENT 

SCHOOLS OF CHOICE . „ m 

'THEY'D DO WHAT WITH MY TAXES?' 

BLANK BILLS BLANKET LEGISLATURE ■».««. 

LEGISLATORS DEBATE! SLOWER PROCESS MEANS IMPROVEMENT 

LAWMAKERS PREDICT INSANITY DEFENSE BILLS 

SENATE VOTES TO OUTLAW OBSCENE BUMPER STICKERS 

^StSeK m SfFEIERAL CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION 

SfoSfffiSKSVSK 53ft cfol^ CAUCUSES 

VALVAL SLPP^STCGULATiafoF AGENTS SEEKING TO REPRESENT AMATEUR... 

bIlSEEKSMWE STATEBUSINESS FOR HINCSITY-OWCD COMPANIES 

BOTH PLOTT HOUNDS AND BILL ARE HOWLING SUCCESSES 

D.A. FOX BLASTS BILL TARGETING BUMPER STICKERS 

BILL TO END RUNOFFS GAINS IN N.C. SENATE „ liTOlrvrT 

WILDLIFE COMMISSION BILL IS ONE STEP FPOM ENACTMENT 

PREGNANCY COMMISSION BILL LAUDED, CONDEMNED 

LEGISLATOR SAYS TOBACCO INDUSTRY UNITY IS NEEDED 

COMMITTEE VOTES TO ELIMINATE 542 VACANT STATE JOBS _„ Tn „„,,__ 

BIOTECHNOLOGY ADVANCES SPAWN BILL IN LEGISLATURES GENETICENGINEERING 

CHAPELHILL TREE, SHRUB BILL HITS SNAG IN N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

BILL TO BAN FUNDING OF GAY GROUPS BLASTED 

LEGISLATURE PLAYS 'TRIVIAL PURSUIT' 

FOX GIVES LEGISLATORS LESSON ON CONSTITUTION 

N.C. CHILD ADVOCATES PLANNING TO LOBBY 

SENATE SAYS PLOTT HOUNDS ARE TOP DOGS 

LEGISLATORS WANT CHANGES IN INSANITY DEFENSE J*B 

BARNES FAILS TO SHOW FOR HOUSE IMPACT TAX HEARING 

SHRUB ORDINANCE GOES TOO FAR 

STATE CAN BE LEADER IN REGULATING AGENTS 

TURN DOG LOOSE ON WASTE 

N.C. LEGISLATORS TACKLE ABUSIVE-LANGUAGE SUBJECT 

INSIGHT/ROADS AND TAXES! FEW IN AGREEMENT 

BILLS IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY FACE DEADLINE CRUNCH 

STATE AGENCIES FEAR BUDGET AX 

K*ffi™M mIaSUFE, GOV. MARTIN FEARS 

CITY SHOULDBA^CFFlTHE CITY COUNCIL SEEKING TO CONTROL PRIVATE LAND 

FINDING TOP DOG FOR TAR HEELS _^.„ nM , 

HOUSE DEFEATS MOVE TO CUT MICROELECTRONICS 'FUNDS 

BILL SEEKS LARGER AERIAL PESTICIDE SPRAYING BUFFERS 

PANEL DRAFTSBILL ON VETO POWER BUT DELETES LIffi-ITEH AUTHORITY 

STATEWIDE CAMPAIGN ASKS ASSEMBLYTO CHANGE INSANITY LAW 

MILLER, PRESS ASSOCIATION URGE MORE OPENNESS BY LEGISLATURE 

WILDLIFE COMMISSION CHANGES ENACTED 

HOUSE VOTE MOVES ASSEMBLY TOWARD BUDGET TALKS 

SENATORS QUICKLY KILL BILL TO RAISE CIGARETTE TAXES 

PROS, CONS HEARD ON ALLOWING LONGER TRAILERS ,,„>»„-,«.. 

PRWISION OPPOSED BY FKESS GROUP REMAINS IN BILL ON NEWSPAPERS' ... 

PANEL KILLS BILL TO EXTEND PESTICIDE SPRAYING BUFFERS 

MEASURE ADVANCES TO OUTLAW PET FERRETS 

COMMITTEE OKS BILL TO BAN 'DIAL-A-FORN' OUTLETS IN N.C. 

LEGISLATORS TO DRIVE CHANGES IN DWI LAW 



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CHH 1 


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CHH 1 


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CHH 1 


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2 


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2 


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4/15/1989 B 

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4/15/1989 A 

4/16/1989 

4/17/1989 

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N 

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12/31/1989 



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N E 

P D — BATE- 

N.C. SENATE TENTATIVELY OKS PLAN TO REDUCE NUMBER OF RUNOFFS H 2 4/27/1989 A 

PLUG THE SECRECY LOOPHOLES H 2 4/27/1989 A 

PANEL OPPOSES ADOLESCENT FI^EGNANCY COMMISSION H 2 4/27/1989 B 

CRITICS SAY SPEEDY TRIALS ACT NOT SERVING INTENDED PURPOSE H 2 4/27/1989 B 

BILL SETTING A SIX-YEAR TERM FOR GOVERNOR IS KILLED H 2 4/27/1989 B 

HELMET LAW REPEAL DRAWS LITTLE SUPPORT H 2 4/27/1989 B 

SOCIAL SERVICES BOARD SUPPORTS CHILDREN'S BILLS H 2 4/27/1989 C 

VOTER-SIGNUP BILL SQUEAKS BY PANEL H 2 4/27/1989 

COUNTY BOARD FAVORS BILLS ON CHILDREN S 2 4/27/1989 

SENATE OKS BILL TO CUT RUN-OFFS H 2 4/28/1989 

PANEL APPROVES BILL TO TAX ILLEGAL DRUGS H 2 4/28/1989 

SENATE VOTES IN FAVOR OF FOUR-YEAR LEGISLATIVE TERMS H 2 4/28/1989 

PANEL VOTES TO RAISE MANDATORY SCHOOL AGE H 2 4/28/1989 

SUBCOMMITTEE ADVANCES BILL TO ALLOW 53-FOOT TRAILERS H 2 4/28/1989 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BILL OK'D BY HOUSE PANEL, GASOLINE TAX IGNORED H 2 4/28/1989 

CHAPEL HILL OFFICIALS, REPRESENTATIVES DROP PUBLIC FACILITIES BILL CHH 1 4/28/1989 

HOUSE VOTES TO CRACK DOWN ON DRUGS NEAR SCHOOLS H 2 4/29/1989 

BILL ON 'GUILTY BUT INSANE' VERDICT MAY BE REVISED H 2 4/29/1989 

STATE HOUSE PASSES VANCE, GRANVILLE ELECTION MEASURES H 1 4/29/1989 

HOUSE, SENATE REMAIN AT ODDS OVER 'PORK-BARREL' MONEY H 2 4/30/1989 B 

BILL WOULD STIFFEN PENALTIES FOR MOVIE, MUSIC TAPE PIRATES H 2 5/01/1989 A 

CRITICS SAY BILL WOULD GIVE PAWNBROKERS BONANZA IN INTEREST H 2 5/01/1989 

PROGRAM FUNDING TOPS ARC'S LIST OF LEGISLATIVE CONCERNS CHH 1 5/01/1989 

DURHAM LEGISLATORS CRITICIZE DRUG BILLL S 2 5/01/1989 

COUNTY, STATE TUSSLE ON MENTAL HEALTH LAW S 2 5/01/1989 

MENTAL HEALTH COSTS REQUIRE STATE ACTION S 2 5/01/1989 

STATE SENATE ADVANCES ANTI-POLL TAX MEASURE H 2 5/02/198? 

LEGISLATORS SPENDING LONG HOURS WRESTLING WITH ISSUES OF MORALITY H 2 5/02/1989 

SENATE GIVES FINAL APPROVAL TO 4-YEAR TERMS H 2 5/02/1989 

HOUSE SHOULD ENDORSE REDUCTION IN PRIMARIES S 2 5/02/1989 

TEAM-TICKET AMENDMENT ADVANCES IN N.C. SENATE H 2 5/03/1989 

THIN ICE AND MORALITY BILLS H 2 5/03/1989 

PANEL APPROVES BILL EXTENDING TIME TO PAY BACK TAXES H 2 5/03/1989 B 

BILL TO HALT RAIDS ON INDIAN BURIAL GROUNDS CLEARS HURDLE H 2 5/03/1989 D 

COMPARATIVE FAULT INSURANCE MEASURE SURVIVES CLOSE VOTE H 2 5/03/1989 D 

DRUNKEN DRIVING BILL WATERED DOWN H 2 5/03/1989 D 

PANEL ADVANCES DAY-CARE CENTER ANTI-SPANKING BILL H 2 5/03/1989 D 

SALT-WATER FISHING LICENSES ARE EYED H 2 5/03/1989 D 

MOVE TO SCRAP ELECTIONS OF APPELLATE JUDGES GAINS H 2 5/04/1989 A 

LENGTHY DEBATE DELAYS VOTE ON COMPARATIVE FAULT H 2 5/04/1989 B 

BILL TO ALLOW LONGER TRAILERS ADVANCES H 2 5/04/1989 B 

ACTION BY LOBBYIST PROMPTS LEGISLATOR TO DELAY BILL ON TOURISM PROMOTION H 2 5/04/1989 B 

LEGISLATOR WITHDRAWS BILL TO CREATE VERDICT OF GUILTY, MENTALLY ILL H 2 5/04/1989 B 

AIDS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL ADVANCES H 2 5/04/1989 B 

HOUSE ENACTS BILL ON FETUS REMAINS DISPOSAL H 2 5/04/1989 B 

SENATE APPROVES TEAM-TICKET BILL H 2 5/04/198? B 

SENATE OKS BILL AGAINST SEXUAL HARASSMENT H 2 5/04/1989 B 

HOUSE GIVES NOD TO BILL TO USE ARBITRATION H 2 5/04/1989 B 

BILL WOULD HALT SEALING OF PUBLIC SUIT SETTLEMENTS H 2 5/04/1989 B 

PANEL REJECTS REGISTRATION OF VOTERS ON ELECTION DAYS H 2 5/04/1989 C 

TRIANGLE TRANSIT BILL BACKED BY PANEL H 2 5/04/1989 

DURHAM ACTIVISTS, OFFICIALS UNITED AGAINST ZONING... (CORRECTED 5-6-89) H 2 5/05/1989 

DURHAM ACTIVISTS, OFFICIALS UNITED AGAINST ZONING BILL H 2 5/05/1989 

COMMITTEE REJECTS BAN OF OPEN BEER CONTAINERS IN CARS H 2 5/05/1989 

SENATE OKS REWRITE OF CORPORATE LAWS H 2 5/05/1989 

JUDGE SELECTION BILL BARELY CLEARS SENATE H 2 5/05/198? 

BILL WOULD LIMIT DEVELOPERS ON N.C. COASTAL COMMISSION H 2 5/05/1989 

DRUG TESTING BILL GETS PANEL'S APPROVAL H 2 5/05/1989 

LOCAL REPS PUSH FUND REQUESTS CHH 1 5/05/1989 

CLEARING THE RECORD H 2 5/06/1989 

LEGISLATOR SAYS AGE OF CONSENT SHOULD BE RAISED TO 16 H 2 5/06/1989 B 

SOME BUDGET DISPUTES SETTLED BUT CONTROVERSIAL ONES REMAIN H 2 5/06/1989 B 

PANEL APPROVES AIDS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL H 2 5/06/1989 B 

BILL ON SALTWATER FISHING LICENSES NEEDS FURTHER STUDY, SENATOR SAYS H 2 5/06/1989 B 

STATE LOSING TAXES ON USED CARS H 2 5/06/1989 B 

HOUSE PASSES DURHAM BILL ON 'OVERLAY' DISTRICTS H 2 5/06/1989 B 

CHAPEL HILL TREE BILL GETS COMMITTEE OK CHH 1 5/06/1989 A 

BILL WOULD BE SETBACK IN RACIAL RELATIONS S 2 5/06/1989 A 

CONFUSION, HASTE HERALD LEGISLATURE'S DEADLINE H 2 5/07/1989 B 

INSIGHT/VETO DRIVES EFFORT FOR MAJOR CHANGES H 2 5/07/1989 D 



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1 P N L40 
4 E 

2 N 
N 
N 
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N A54 
N L40 
N H65 
N L40 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N L40 
N M20 
N 
N 

N R53 
N 
N 
N 

N L90 
N M06 
N H65 
E 

N L40 
N 
N 
E 
N 
E 
N 
N 

N L40 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N L40 
N L40 
N L40 
N S69 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N M20 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N R53 
N L40 
E 
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DRUG-TESTING BILL FACES CHALLENGE^ 
HACKNEY TO ADD $75,000 TO HAU RIVER BILL 

BB&1BB! IHWWhIE ACTION FUND 

IfclBflBFinH^ Elementally retaro 

HOUSE KILLS BILL TO DELAY LEGISLATOR'S FROM LOBBYING 

SENATE FAVORS SIX-YEAR TERM FOR GOVERNOR 

DEMONSTRATORS SHOW SUPPORT FOR BILLS TO PROTECT COAST 

SENATE APPROVES BILL ON FURNITURE SALES 

ZONING FIEEZE BILL IS CALLED 'BIG BOY LEGISLATION' 

Crj$ITTEEAPPROVES BILLTO ALLOW POST CARD VOTER REGISTRATION 

HOUSE PASSES AMENDMENT TO INSANITY LAW 

AIDS BILL AMENDED IN SENATE _„-^ *-,. , 

nTc. SENATE BLOWS LIFE INTO DYING ZONING FREEZE BILL 

S^TEflPPROUESBILL LIFTING FURNITURE SALES RESTRICTIONS 

HOUSE OKS WORKERS COMPENSATION BILL Tm „.„ 

DRUG CONVICTONS COULD DELAY DIVER'S LICENSES 

LEGISLATIVE LEADERS OPTIMISTIC ON HIGHWAY BILL 

AIDS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL ADVANCES 

HOUSE OKS MEASURE ON ARRESTS WITHOUT WARRANTS 

MEASUREIS AIMED AT ADULTS USING PROFANITY AT SCHOOLS 

AGREEMENT REACHED ON ROAD FUND DISPUTE 

N^HOUSE APPROVES OMNIBUS LEGISLATION 
LONGER TRUCKS BIG MISTAKE „„„„ iwrm „ 
LEGISLATION DEADLINE SPEEDS UP GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
SPONSOR TO ASK DELAY OF ZONING BILL 
ASSEMBLY DISPUTE LEAVES HUNDREDS OF BILLS IN LIMBO 
MWTES 57^54 TO&EAT WORKERS' COMPENSATION BILL 
COMMITTEE KILLS ONE BILL ON TOBACCO ASSESSMENT 
DWI MEASURE IS APPROVED BY SENATE 
HOUSE VOTES TO BAN AIDS DISCRIMINATION 
SPONSOR NOT GIVING UP ON DRUG-TESTING BILL 
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE AGREES TO COMPROMISES ON BUDGET 
SENATE BACKS SIX-YEAR TERM FOR GOVERNOR __ „.„„„.„ 
SENATE APPROVES BILL TO LIMIT WORKING HOURS™ STUDENTS 
NIC. HOUSE VOTES TO OPEN MORE LEGISLATIVE MEETINGS 
SENATE SHOULD REJECT WIPER, PROFANITY LAWS 

'RUN^OnIiLLS^ MNGLE POLITICS WITH PHILOSOPHY IN LEGISLATURE 
MID-WUX CLOSER TO GOAL OF ELECTION CHANGES _ 

INSIGHT/DEAXINE CREATES HECTIC SITUATION FOR LEGISLATORS 
UNC OFFICIAL DOUBTS STUDY ON TEACHING MINIMUM NEEDED 

HAZARDOUS WASTE BACK ON AGENDA 

LOBBYIST 'COOLING-OFF' PERIOD GOOD FOR N.C. 
SCHOOL PROFANITY BILL OVERZEALOUS 

[llSL^ORS^SUProRTERS, OPPONENTS OF HIGHWAY BILL 

PANELS REJECT CUTS OF VACANT STATE JOBS 

COMPARATIVE FAULT PROPOSAL FAILS TO SURVIVE BILL DEADLINE M ^_ 1 _ 

HOBECOtiMITTEE APFflOVESBILL REQUIRING SCHOOLS TO PROMOTE ABSTINENCE.. 

NEWSPAPER ENDORSEMENT MEASURE DIES 

wnsapwBWW^k poised 
fciSt 1 nam *n *"&&%?* ™ 

$14.6 MILLION SOUGHT FOR UNC BUILGING 
LEGISLATORS SHOULDN'T WEAKEN DWI LAW „,_.___ 
HOUSEAF-PROVES BILL ON HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT _ r , rj _ rn 
HOUSE COMMITTEE FAILS TO VOTE ON BILL TO OUTLAW PET FERRETS 
BARNES' BILL WOULD AID PARENTS, HOMELESS 
NAME CHANGE FOR NCMH IS STALLED alorflMMTTT rr 

HACKNEY'S HAW RIVER BILL FLOAT S OUT OF SUBCOMMITTEE 
MORE OPENNESS MAKES FOR BETTER GOVERNMENT 

R^KiSIcKSffi M ELATION LEGISLATION 
LOTTERY SUPPORTERS HOPING FOR STRETCH RUN 



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H 2 5/09/1989 C 


2 N 


H 2 5/09/1989 C 


8 N 


H 2 5/10/1989 A 


9 N 


H 2 5/10/1989 A 


9 N 


H 2 5/10/1989 B 


7 N 


H 2 5/10/1989 B 


7 N 


H 2 5/10/1989 C 


5 N 


H 2 5/10/1989 C 


5 N 


H 1 5/10/1989 C 


1 P N L40 


H 1 5/10/1989 C 


1 N L40 


CHH 1 5/10/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 5/10/1989 A 


3 N 


H 2 5/11/1989 A 


1 N L40 


H 2 5/11/1989 B 


4 N 


H 2 5/11/1989 B 


4 N 


H 2 5/11/1989 B 


4 N 


H 2 5/11/1989 B 


5 P N 


H 2 5/11/1989 B 


5 N 


H 2 5/11/1989 B 


5 N 


H 2 5/11/1989 B 


5 P N 


H 2 5/11/1989 B 


5 N 


CHH 1 5/11/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 5/11/1989 A 


3 N 


S 2 5/11/1989 A 


4 E 


S 2 5/11/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 2 5/12/1989 A 


1 N L40 


H 2 5/12/1989 A 


10 N 


H 2 5/12/1989 A 


10 P N 


H 2 5/12/1989 A 


10 N 


H 2 5/12/1989 A 


10 N 


H 2 5/12/1989 A 


10 N 


H 2 5/12/1989 A 


11 N 


H 2 5/12/1989 A 


11 N 


H 2 5/12/1989 A 


11 P N 


H 2 5/12/1989 A 


11 N 


H 2 5/12/1989 C 


1 N L40 


S 2 5/12/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 5/13/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 5/14/1989 B 


6 P N 


H 2 5/14/1989 B 


9 N 


H 2 5/14/1989 D 


2 U L40 


CHH 1 5/14/1989 A 


3 N S17 


H 2 5/15/1989 B 


1 N 


S 2 5/15/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 5/16/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 5/16/1989 C 


1 N L40 


H 2 5/17/1989 A 


8 N 


H 2 5/17/1989 A 


8 P N 


H 2 5/17/1989 A 


8 P N L40 


, H 2 5/17/1989 A 


8 N 


H 2 5/17/1989 A 


9 N R53 


H 2 5/17/1989 A 


9 P N 


H 2 5/17/1989 A 


9 N 


S 2 5/17/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 5/18/1989 A 


1 N L40 


H 2 5/18/1989 A 


18 N 


H 2 5/18/1989 C 


1 P N 


CHH 1 5/18/1989 A 


1 N S17 


S 2 5/18/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 5/19/1989 A 


10 N 


H 2 5/19/1989 A 


10 N 


CHH 1 5/19/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 5/19/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 5/19/1989 A 


3 N M20 


S 2 5/19/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 5/20/1989 B 


5 N 


N CHH 1 5/20/1989 A 


5 N H90 


H 2 5/21/1989 B 


6 N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX B 
12/31/1989 



Y 5UBJE 



INSIGHT/IT'S NO TIME TO RELAX; STATE TAX INCREASE STILL IN THE PIP&INE 

THE CAREER LADDER, R.I.P. 

MILLER SUGGESTS $100,000 STUDY OF UNC SYSTEM 

STATE HOUSE SPEAKER MOVES TO RESOLVE STANDOFF WITH SENATE 

GAS TAX DROPPED FROM TRIANGLE TRANSIT BILL 

BILL TO CURB N.C. FURNITURE MAKERS FAILS TO REACH VOTE 

HOUSE PANEL APPROVES PROGRAM FOR UNDERGROUND FUEL TANK LEAKS 

PROPOSAL DRAWS CRITICISM OVER TAX BREAK FOR RICH 

BILLS HELD CAPTIVE DURING RULES DISPUTE WILL NOW BE RELEASED TO,,. 

SUBCOMMITTEE OKS FURNITURE SALES BILL 

ENDORSEMENTS ARE GIVEN FOR HIGHWAY PACKAGE 

UNEASY COMPROMISE REACHED ON ENVIRONMENTAL RULES 

HIGHWAY PACKAGE CLEARS SUBCOMMITTEE 

FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS PLAN RALLY AGAINST BILLS 

PANEL VOTES TO CONTINUE CLEANING UP LEAKY TANKS 

COMMITTEE VOTES TO TEST PRISON INMATES FOR AIDS 

TAX LAW CHANGE WOULD HURT AVERAGE TAXPAYERS 

UNC ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM FUNDING CLEARS SUBCOMMITTEE 

3 MAJOR MEASURERS IN LEGISLATORS' AIM BEFORE ADJOURNMENT 

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

MASS TRANSIT FUNDING PLAN IS A GOOD ONE 

BILLBOARD INDUSTRY IS OPPOSING REGULATION CHANGES IN N.C. 

HAZARDOUS WASTE PLANT BILL IS ENACTED BY SENATE 

BILL TO BAN Pa FERRETS FAILS TO WIN COMMITTEE'S APPROVAL 

LOBBYIST SAYS BILL ON OPEN MEETINGS IS IN TROUBLE 

HOUSE BILLS RELEASED FROM SENATE COMMITTEE 

COMMITTEE AMENDS BILL ON POSSESSING MILK CRATES 

N.C.'S LEAKY-TANK LAW LIKE MINI SPARE TIRE 

HOUSE GIVES HIGHWAY BILL PRELIMINARY GREEN LIGHT 

SPANKING BAN PILOT PROGRAM NARROWLY SURVIVES VOTE 

GOVERNOR WARNS TIME RUNNING OUT ON SALARY PLAN 

COMPROMISE URGED IN FURNITURE DISPUTE 

PANEL APPROVES BILL REQUIRING FOOD HANDLERS TO WEAR GLOVES 

HOUSE SENDS HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION BILL TO SENATE 

CURRITUCK BILL CALLED AN ATTEMPT TO GET LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 

CHANCES ARE 'NOT REAL GOOD' FOR CHILDHOOD VACCINES BILL 

N.C. ATTORNEY GENERAL SPEAKS OUT AGAINST 'VERTICAL PRICE-FIXING' 

HOUSE PLAN REVISES STATE INCOME TAX 

COMPARATIVE FAULT BILL LIKELY TO DIE 

•89 SESSION A 'WASH' FOR WORKERS 

HOUSE OKS TRIANGLE REGIONAL TRANSIT BILL 

HOUSE APPROVES BILL OVERHAULING CORPORATE LAWS 

FUNDAMENTAL-AND LESS EXPENSIVE— CHANGES URGED IN SCHOOLS 

VISITOR FEES COULD HELP STATE'S PARKS 

REPEATING MOTION INJURIES ARE ON THE RISE IN N.C, 

PANEL VOTES AGAINST REFERENDUM ON HIGHWAY PROGRAM 

BUDGET NEEDS MAY USE STATE'S WINDFALL 

PLAN TO REVISE TAX STRUCTURE WINS SUBCOMMITTEE APPROVAL 

TRIANGLE TRANSIT BILL GOES TO SENATE 

RIVAL TEACHER PAY PROPOSALS ARE ENDORSED 

SENATE PANEL SEEKS FUNDS FOR ABUSED CHILDREN SERVICES 

LET PARENTS PICK SCHOOLS, N.C. HOUSE PANEL URGED 

LEGISLATOR SAYS ANTI-fOLLUTION BILL BEING UNDERMINED 

PANEL BACKS REQUIRING HELMETS FOR MOPED RIDERS 

SENATE OKS BILL ON ATHLETES' AGENTS 

LOBBYISTS GETTING TIRED OF FUND-RAISING EVENTS IN WANING WEEKS OF.,. 

SENATE SUBCOMMITTEE VOTES TO STRETCH HIGHWAY BUILDING PROGRAM TO 15 YRS. 

N.C. CORPORATE LAW OVERHAUL ENACTED 

HOUSE TENTATIVELY APPROVES RESIGN-TO-RUN MEASURE 

WINE EXCISE TAX BILL REMAINS BOTTLED IF 

SENATORS SAY BILL OUTLAWING PROFANITY SHOULD INCLUDE FACULTY t, STUDENTS 

AGREEMENT PUTS FURNITURE SALES BILL ON HOLD 

GRAVETTE-INSPIRED BILL PASSES N.C. HOUSE 

FUNDING PACKAGE STALLS AS MERIT PAY TALKS CONTINUE 

PANEL TRIES TO SALVAGE PART OF SOLID WASTE BILL 

THREE GRANVILLE COUNTY BILLS APPROVED 

BASIC CHANGES NEEDED TO IMPROVE EDUCATION 

FOR TWO CENTS, SENATE WOULD HIKE N.C. TAX ON BEER 

EXPANDING MEDICAID COVERAGE SUPPORTED DESPITE STATE'S TIGHT BUDGET 

INSIGHT/N.C. LAWMAKERS GROWING CRANKY 



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4 


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4 P N 


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4 


N 


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2 


5/26/1989 A 


10 


N 


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2 


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10 


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5/26/1989 A 


10 


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5/27/1989 A 


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5/29/1989 C 


1 


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5/30/1989 C 


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5/31/1989 C 


3 


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5/31/1989 C 


3 


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5/31/1989 C 


5 


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5/31/1989 C 


6 


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5/31/1989 C 


6 


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2 


5/31/1989 C 


6 


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5/31/1989 A 


5 


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H 


2 


6/01/1989 A 


1 M N L40 


H 


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6/01/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/02/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


6/02/1989 A 


10 P N 


H 


2 


6/02/1989 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


6/02/1989 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


6/03/1989 A 


6 P N 


H 


2 


6/03/1989 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1989 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/04/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


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6/04/1989 B 


9 P N 


S 


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6/05/1989 A 


5 


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H 


2 


6/06/1989 C 


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H 


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6/06/1989 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/06/1989 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 


6/06/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


6/06/1989 A 


3 


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H 


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6/07/1989 A 


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N 


H 


2 


6/07/1989 A 


9 P N 


H 


2 


6/07/1989 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


6/07/1989 A 


9 


N R53 


H 


2 


6/07/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


3 


6/07/1989 C 


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N 


H 


2 


6/08/1989 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/08/1989 B 


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3 


N 


H 


2 


6/08/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/08/1989 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/08/1989 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 A 


15 


P N 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


6/09/1989 A 


15 


N 


CHH 1 


6/09/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


H 


2 


6/10/1989 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


6/10/1989 A 


14 


N 


H 


1 


6/10/1989 C 




N R53 


S 


2 


6/10/1989 A 




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6/11/1989 B 




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6/11/1989 B 


8 


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6/11/1989 D 


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OBSCENE BUMPER STICKER BAN STUCK INN^C. HOUSE 

STATEABVISER PREDICTS FUTURE OF CAREER LADDER 

SERIOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FLAN PROPOSED IN N.C. . „ 

TOUSELEADERS FIND BUDGET DELIBERATIONS FRUSTRATING 

HOUSE AFfROVES BILL ON LAWSUIT SETTLEMENTS 

TAX, LICENSE PROPOSED FOR 'DANGEROUS' DOGS 

CANDIDATE CHOICE BELONGS TO FEOPLE _ 

BILL CALLS TOR VOTE ON HIGHER TOBACCO PROMOTION FEE 

HOUSE APPROVES • RESIGN-TO-RUN' JILL , „ 

RIVAL N.C. TEACHER PAY PLANS ARE UNVEILED 

BILL SPONSORS TAKE 'NEVER MIND' ATTITUDE 

COMPETING TAX BILLS VIE FOR STATE SUPPORT 

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES ARGUE AGAINST TAXING PENSIONS ™,„™ 

SAFETT& EroNMIC INTERESTS DEBATED ON BILL TO ALLOW LONGER TRACTOR... 

S KTuKe! Sf K£ STATE Ri^S 

SM $ T^DT^Mffi&LITY OF WATER IN N.C. 

BILL TO RAISE BEER, WINE TAXES FALTERS 

HOUSE DELAYS ACTION ON TAX AMNESTY BILL 

ABORTIONCONSENT MEASURE IS STILL PMNIEDG] EgATE 

HOUSE VOTES 92-1 TO APPROVE TAX AMNESTY MEASURE 

TAXSIMPLIFICATION BILL DRAWS FIRE FROM SOME LEGISLATORS 

RESIGNING-FROM-OFFICE LAW MAY BE FIRED 

100TH DAY? IT'S DOWN TO FIGHTIN' WORDS NOW 

WHEN RAMSEY SPEAKS, HOUSE STILL LISTENS 

MICHAUX OPTIMISTIC OVER HUNT'S ANTI-RUNOFF BILL 

yVTO^ILL^PR^A^Y^RESURFACE THIS WEEK IN HOUSE PACKAGE 

SENATE DEMOCRATS FINALLY DECIDE ON STRATEGY FOR TEACHER SALARIES 

BOTH HOUSES MOVING BILLS ON TAX ISSUES 

HW^ARirSA TttING 700,000 OFF ROLLS 

ffiTMKlLLVrSlNG ATYPICALLY _ 

SENATE PANELtfPROVES RIGS WITH TRAILERS MEASURING 53 FEET 
HACKNEY KILLS AIDS-TESTING AMENDMENT 
LAWMAKERS APPROVE MORALITY ISSUES BILLS 
SENATE APPROVES TAX PLAN 

WPJBVnKtJS. SeW AWAY FROM BECOMING LAW 

SECOND FKIMARIES BILL CLEARS PANELIN HOUSE 
HOUSE APPROVES ABSTINENCE LESSONS! FOR SCHTjOLS 
N.C. HOUSE LEADERS' TAX PLAN QUICKLY DRAWS FIRE 
II«iGWVSTATE LEGISLATURE IS UPSIDE DOWNON TAX ISSUES 

■win ^MiT^isl 

B^ SllV^S mJOFSPSFmrniB NEARS ENACTMENT 

CHAPEL HILL BILL MAY PASS TODAY 

COMMITTEE APPROVES NEW 2ND PRIMARIES BILL 

ROYALL'S OPPOSITION STALLS ANTI-BIAS BILL 

TWO-MONTH LOGJAM BROKEN ON STATE OPERATING BUDGET 

SENATE CALLS FLAG-BURNING SHAMEFUL ACT 

COMPROMISE REACHED ON FEES .FOR BILLBOARDS 

SENATE TENTATIVELY OKS LONGER TRACTOR-TRAILERS 

TOUGHER MENTAL COMPETENCY BILL PASSES FINAL VOTE 

AIDS BILL IS SENT BACK TO SUBCOMMITTEE 

AIDS BILL SUPPORTERS STRUGGLE TO SALVAGE LEGISLATION 

LEGISLATURE RATIFIES TREE BILL 

SAFETY OF LONG TRUCKS GOOD REASON TO DELAY m 

STATE SBWTEVOTESTO ALLOW USE Of 53-FOOT SINGLE TRAILERS 

N.C. HOUSE VOTES TO ALTER 2ND PRIMARIES 

STATE SENATE VOTES 44-3 FOR $422.1 MILLION TAX BILL 

SCHOOL ANTI-PROFANITY BILL GETS SIDETRACKED 

DISABLED ACCESS FUNDING DENIED IN HOUSE 

LAWMAKERS HOLD JULY 4TH SESSION 

1989GOCRAL ASSEMBLY ACCOMPLISHES VERY LITTLE 



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H 


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CHH 1 


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H 


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H 


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CHH 1 


H 


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6/12/1989 

6/12/1989 

6/12/1989 

6/13/1989 

6/13/1989 

6/13/1989 

6/13/1989 

6/14/1989 

6/14/1989 

6/14/1989 B 

6/14/1989 A 

6/15/1989 

6/15/1989 

6/15/1989 

6/15/1989 

6/15/1989 

6/15/1989 

6/15/1989 

6/16/1989 

6/16/1989 

6/16/1989 _ 
6/17/1989 B 
6/17/1989 B 
6/18/1989 B 
6/19/1989 A 
6/19/1989 B 
6/19/1989 C 
6/20/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/20/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/22/1989 B 
6/22/1989 A 
6/23/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/24/1989 
6/24/1989 
6/24/1989 
6/25/1989 
6/25/1989 
6/26/1989 
6/27/1989 
6/27/1989 
6/27/1989 
6/27/1989 
6/28/1989 
6/28/1989 
6/28/1989 D 
6/28/1989 D 
6/28/1989 D 
6/28/1989 D 
6/28/1989 A 
6/29/1989 B 
6/29/1989 A 
6/29/1989 A 
6/29/1989 A 
6/30/1989 A 
7/01/1989 A 
7/01/1989 B 
7/01/1989 B 
7/02/1989 A 
7/05/1989 C 
7/05/1989 A 



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16 

16 

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5 

5 

4 
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10 

10 
1 
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11 

11 

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12 
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9 
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12 
1 
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N 

N M25 

J Oil 

N L40 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

J Oil 

N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

J Oil 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

N 

N 

J Oil 
N 
' N S17 
' N 

N 

N M20 

N M20 

E 
• N 

N L40 

N 

N L40 

U L40 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

N L40 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M20 

N 

N S17 

N 

E 

N 

N L40 
P N 

N 

N M20 

N L40 

J Oil 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



SENATE PANEL FAVORS SPENDING FOR NEW NCSU ARENA 

SEN. ROYALL WAS INFORMED ABOUT DURHAM ANTI-BIAS BILL 

BLACK LEGISLATORS ACCUSE MAVRETIC OF SLIGHTING THEM 

HOUSE, SENATE PANELS APPROVE PENSION BILLS 

LAWMAKER TRIES TO BAN ALCOHOL IN PASSENGER AREAS OF VEHICLES 

ENVIRONMENTALISTS PROTEST SELECTION OF CHEM-NUCLEAR TO RUN WASTE SITE 

BILL TO REPEAL DAY-CARE SPANKING BAN ADVANCES 

ADAMS BLASTS PROPOSED BILL 

ROYALL HITS BRAKES ON TRANSIT BILL 

RADIOACTIVE WASTE PACKAGE APPROVED 

SENATE VOTES FOR LOCAL CONTROL OF TEACHER MERIT-PAY PROGRAMS 

PANEL ADVANCES BILL TO CLEAN UP LEAKING TANKS 

HOUSE VOTES TO LOWER DWI BLOOD ALCOHOL LIMIT 

SENATE TENTATIVELY APPROVES BILL TO TAX PUBLIC, PRIVATE PENSIONS... 

COMMITTEE COMPROMISES ON AIDS BILL 

OPPONENTS DELAY VOTE ON ALLOWING DAY-CARE SPANKINGS 

HOUSE APPROVES TOUGHER DWI PACKAGE 

STATE LOOKS BACKWARD ON DAY-CARE SPANKING 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: N.C. LAWMAKERS DRAG TAX BILL INTO HAZY DAYS 

CHILD ADVOCATES SAY LEGISLATURE NOT GIVING ENOUGH 

INSIGHT/ABORTION RULING'S SHOCK WAVES HIT THE LEGISLATURE 

BUDGET, TAX SHOWDOWN TO BEGIN IN LEGISLATURE 

SENATE APPROVES PENSION TAXATION BILL 

SENATE DELAYS CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON DWI BILL 

HOUSE OKS DAY-CARE SPANKING BILL 

HOUSE COMMITTEE RENEWS DEBATE ABOUT VETO POWER 

HOUSE-SENATE PANEL NEGOTIATES SPENDING 

ABORTION COMMITTEE WILL HAVE TOUGH JOB 

COMPROMISE PLAN SKIPS N.C. SALES TAX BOOST 

SENATE PANEL REJECTS HOUSE DWI PROPOSALS 

HOUSE VOTES TO ALLOW SPANKINGS IN CHURCH-RUN DAY-CARE CENTERS 

FOUR-YEAR LEGISLATIVE TERMS DROPPED FROM VETO BILL 

SENATE LEADERS OFFER LESS TAXING SPENDING PACKAGE 

HOUSE DEMOCRATS CONTINUE WHITTLING ON VETO PACKAGE 

REVISION PROPOSED OF N.C. FLAG LAW 

PANEL REJECTS AMENDMENT TO WEAKEN AIDS VICTIMS BILL 

COMMITTEE APPROVES PLOTT HOUND BILL 

BILL ON OPEN MEETINGS LAW DELAYED 

BILL TO HELP AIDS VICTIMS FACES MORE AMENDMENTS 

DRUG BILLS HIT HOUSE TURBULENCE 

INSIGHT/LAWMAKERS STAGGER TOWARD DOG DAYS 

LAW WOULD REQUIRE ATHLETES' AGENTS TO BE REGISTERED 

PUBLIC NEEDS DEFENSE AGAINST LEGISLATORS 

WHAT DWI PUNISHMENT'S ENOUGH? 

BURN UNIT DIRECTOR BACKS HACKNEY BILL TO REGULATE WATER HEAT 

THE MOON, THE RAIN OR THE JOKE AFFECTING LEGISLATURE 

HOUSE COMMITTEE STICKS WITH FLAN FOR PAY INCREASES 

PANEL ASKS GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO LEAVE WAR MEMORIAL ALONE 

ATHLETE-AGENT RULES COULD GO BEYOND NEED 

HOUSE PANEL CONTINUES WORK ON EXPANSION BUDGET 

655 NEW LAWS; ASSEMBLY TALLY INCLUDES ENVIRONMENTAL, PRISON MEASURES 

AIDS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL FACES MORE OPPOSITION 

LEGISLATIVE SNIPING INTENSIFIES 

HOUSE TO CONSIDER DIETITIAN LICENSING 

HOUSE LEADERS PUT PACKAGE INCLUDING VETO ON HOLD 

HOUSE DEBATES BANNING LATE WORK BY STUDENTS 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ENTERS 4TH WEEK OF OVERTIME; ADJOURNMENT UP IN AIR 

LEGISLATORS FRET ABOUT ACCIDENTS AT DISPOSAL 

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

AMENDMENTS WEAKEN OPEN MEETINGS BILL 

UNABLE TO SOLVE REAL PROBLEMS, LEGISLATORS CREATE SOME 

APPROPRIATIONS PANEL UNVEILS HOUSE'S BUDGET PROPOSALS 

UNC MAY HAVE TO BILL STUDENTS TWICE 

COMMITTEE URGES FUNDING FOR THREE UNC BUILDINGS 

DIETITIAN MEASURE NOW GOES TO SENATE 

PENSION DILEMMA PUZZLES TAX MEN 

HOUSE VOTES TO MAKE PLOTT HOUND OFFICIAL STATE DOG 

BATTLE LINES DRAWN ON *9 BILLION BILL 

HOUSE SUPPORTERS OF AIDS BILL FEND OFF TWO AMENDMENTS 

MILLER WORKS HARD FOR OPEN GOVERNMENT 



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7/07/1989 

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7/09/1989 D 

7/10/1989 B 

7/11/1989 A 

7/12/1989 D 

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7/12/1989 D 

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7/12/1989 A 

7/13/1989 A 

7/13/1989 B 

7/13/1989 B 

7/13/1989 B 

7/14/1989 A 

7/14/1989 

7/14/1989 

7/14/1989 

7/14/198? 

7/14/1989 

7/15/1989 

7/16/1989 B 

7/16/1989 D 

7/17/1989 A 

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7/18/1989 

7/18/1989 

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7/19/1989 

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7/19/1989 

7/20/1989 

7/20/1989 

7/21/198? 

7/21/1989 

7/21/1989 

7/22/198? 

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7/23/1989 

7/23/1989 B 

7/24/1989 B 

7/24/1989 A 

7/24/1989 

7/25/1989 

7/25/1989 

7/25/198? 

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HIGHWAY BILL APPROVED BY N.C. HOUSE, SENATE _ 

HOUSE AF^KWES ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL FOR AIBS VICTIMS 
OPPONENTS OF DEATH PENALTY SAY BILL DIDN'T GET FAIR HEARING 
N.C. COULD FACE LOTTERY REFERENDUM _ mT1 ^ 
HOUSE PANEL OKS BUDGET FOR NEW STATESPENDING 
SENATE APPROVES EXPANSION OF OPEN MEETINGS LAW 
VETO F'RCPOSAL STILL MIRED IN COMMITTEE „ 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY APPROVES HIGHWAY BUILDING PACKAGE 
MARTIN! HIGHWAYS NEEDED, BUT ASSEMBLY TOOK WRONG PATH 
HC4JSE COMMITTEE OKS ABUSED CHILD PROGRAM FUNDING 

STATIONS TO PUMP UP GAS PRICES ^ 

MEDIA SHCULD NOTE ASSEMBLY'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS 
ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAW FOR AIDS VICTIMS ENACTED 
VETO BILL FINALLY OUT OF HOUSE COMMITTEE 
PANEL AffROVES $260.5 MILLION BUDGET BILL 
INSIGHT/IS GOV. JIM MARTIN JUSTTOO NICE? 
ALCOHOL CENTER COURTS LICENSE FEE WINDFALL 

SBS-M fs^KW HOUSE UEDCSMY 
HOUSE WISELY SPURNS AIDS-BILL REVISIONS 
HOUSE VOTES TO ENACT CHANGES IN HELMET LAW 
DRIVERS PAY THROUGH THE NOZZLE mm , la 

N.C. HOUSE TIEBREAKER KILLS PAY RAISE PROPOSAL 
TRIANGLE TRANSIT BILL CLEARS HOUSE ROADBLOCK 
HOUSE APPROVES NEW SPENDING PACKAGE 

b^tS^ic^og^Tight-hearted KBATE in senate 

LEGISLATORS RAP 'CREATIVE FINANCING' ON SOLID WASTE MAN^NT FUND 
CWFERGCE COMMITTEE TO LOOK AT DIFFERENCES^ SPENDING BILLS 
BILL (3NSTATE INCOME TAX GETS SENATE COfCURRENCE 
HOUSE KILLS BILL TO LIFT SOME CORPORAL PUNISHMENT 
LOTTERY BILL ADVANCES FOLLOWING TENSE WORDS 

nf. SENATE^TES TO^PUtIsSUE OF LOTTERY ON NOVEMBER BALLOT 
HOUSETSNATE HAVE DIFFERENCES ON TOUGHER DWI LAWS 
SENATE OKS CHANGES IN TAX SIMPLIFICATION BILL 

■onnuHIM ■■ ™ 

|g K HH"s$SiE SI SKEVt CO.ISEU. PL* MB... 

WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS TARGETS N.C. LEGISLATURE 
BILL WOULD PROVIDE HEALTH INSURANCE FOR NON-OUALIFIERS 
BEACH ACCESS HINGES ON LEGISLATURE nrrtri* e n atm 
LEGISLATION COULD SPARK CHAOS, PESTICIDE CO. OFFICIALS CLAIM 
INSIGHT/UHAT PRICE OPENNESS? 

LAWMAKERS DEFEND NEW TAX LAW 

BEHIND BUDGET BICKERING, THERE'S MORE 

S^^KJlL^LEffi Ss^^LCTTERY 

SATlFJElstATcf MAKeF ^MEETINGS LAW APPLY TO THE GOVERNOR'S. 

tumble mtGntmmm bill wins final fojse approval 

THE *89 LEGISLATURE! IT'S NOT WRAPPING UP-YET 

PENSIONERS' TAX BREAK BILL GAINS 

$1.8 BILLION SPENDING BILL GETS HOUSE'S OK 

GOVERNOR RETRIEVING SUPPORTERS FOR VOTE ON VETO 

NEW STATE TAX LAW MOVES TO FAIRER SHARE 

PROPOSED LITERACY LAW IMPORTANT FOR FUTURE 

LEGISLATIVE REPORTERS NAME 10 DUMBEST IDEAS OF 1989 

MARTIN ABANDONS VETO EFFORTS UNTIL NEXT YEAR 

SENATE VOTES TO ENACT $1.8 BILLION SPENDING BILLS 

SENATE TETOTIVELYAPPRDVES BILL ON PENSION EXEMPTIONS 

CONFEREES WILL TRY TO RESOLVE DISPUTE 

N.C. HOUSE SHOULD LET VOTERS DECIDE ON LOTTERY 

N.C. SENATE OKS RETIREMENT BILL 

BILL TO TAX DRUG DEALERS ADVANCES IN STATE HOKE 

TRIANGLE MAYORS! TRANSIT AUTHORITY JOB NOT DONE 

HIGHER TUITION STILL GOOD DEAL FOR STUDENTS 

VETOFOR N.C. GOVERNOR SHCULD BE TOP PRIORITY 



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7/27/1989 A 

7/27/1989 B 

7/27/1989 B 

7/28/1989 A 

7/28/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/28/1989 

7/29/1989 

7/29/1989 

7/29/1989 

7/30/1989 

7/30/1989 

7/31/1989 

7/31/1989 B 

7/31/1989 A 

8/01/1989 B 

8/01/1989 A 

8/02/1989 

8/02/1989 

8/02/1989 

8/02/1989 

8/02/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/04/1989 

8/04/1989 

8/04/1989 

8/04/1989 

8/05/1989 

8/05/1989 

8/06/1989 

8/06/1989 

8/06/1989 

8/06/1989 

8/06/1989 

8/06/1989 . 

8/07/1989 B 

8/07/1989 B 

8/07/1989 A 

8/08/1989 

8/08/1989 

8/08/1989 

8/08/1989 

8/09/1989 

8/09/1989 

8/09/1989 

8/09/1989 

8/09/1989 

8/09/1989 

8/09/1989 

8/09/1989 

8/10/1989 

8/10/1989 

8/10/1989 

8/10/1989 

8/10/1989 

8/11/1989 

8/11/1989 

8/11/1989 

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N L40 
N L40 
N L40 
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N M20 
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LEGISLATURE ENACTS LAW TO TAX CONFISCATED DRUGS H 2 8/12/198? 

TAX EXEMPTIONS ON PENSIONS APPROVED H 2 8/12/1989 

CONFEREES MAKE LITTLE PROGRESS ON DISFUTE H 2 8/12/1989 

BUDGET VIEWS NIXED LOCALLY CHH 1 8/12/1989 

N.C. LAWMAKERS DRAG UPSET INTO SESSION'S CLOSE H 2 8/13/1989 

COSTS START HITTING HOME BEFORE LAWMAKERS ADJOURN H 2 8/13/1989 B 

DURHAM LOST ON ANTI-DISCRIMINATION, BUT WON ON TRIANGLE TRANSIT... H 2 8/13/1989 B 

1989 LEGISLATION AT A GLANCE H 2 8/13/1989 B 

TOUGHER OPEN MEETINGS LAW DIES AS LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS H 2 8/13/1989 B 

SESSION ENDS ON 215TH DAY H 2 8/14/1989 A 

LEGISLATURE KILLS BARRIER REMOVAL BILL CHH 1 8/14/1989 

IT WAS A CLASSY MARATHON H 2 8/15/1989 

LET THE BUILDIING BEGIN CHH 1 8/15/1989 

UNC ALCOHOL RESEARCH CENTER TO GET $5 MILLION CHH 1 8/15/1989 

N.C. PENSION TAX BILL STILL NOT TOTALLY FAIR S 2 8/15/1989 

UPPED N.C. TUITION PUTS BITE ON FINANCIAL AID OFFICES H 2 8/16/1989 

UPPED N.C. TUITION PUTS BITE ON FINANCIAL AID OFFICES H 2 8/16/1989 

A GOOD WAY TO FUND ALCOHOL RESEARCH CHH 1 8/16/1989 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY BE AT WATERSHED S 2 8/17/1989 

INSIGHT/MARTIN'S RECORD'. A FEW MODEST SUCCESSES BUT OFF TARGET ON BIG... H 2 8/20/1989 

LEGISLATURE'S 1989 ACTION FILTERING DOWN TO TOUCH LIVES IN MANY WAYS H 2 8/21/1989 B 

LONG LEGISLATIVE SESSION SECURES SOME SUCCESS S 2 8/21/1989 A 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY AGAIN IGNORED PARKS S 2 8/22/1989 

WHAT ASSEMBLY DID NOT DO IS IMPORTANT S 2 8/22/1989 

PLAN WOULD CHANGE THE CHOOSING OF ELECTORS S 2 8/24/1939 

SENATE GOES CATFISHING S 2 8/28/1989 

CHILD ADVOCATE BLASTS N.C. LEGISLATORS FOR LACK OF FUNDS S 2 8/29/1989 

SB 2 ALLOWS ROOM FOR EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT S 2 8/31/1989 

LEGISLATIVE SESSION ON HAZARDOUS WASTE LIKELY H 2 9/03/1989 

MARTIN SET TO CALL BACK LAWMAKERS H 2 9/06/1989 

STRANGE LAWS CLOG STATE'S STATUTE BOOK'S S 2 9/09/1989 

INSIGHT/GOVERNOR, ADVISERS CONSIDERING WHAT TACK TO TAKE NEXT 3 YEARS H 2 9/24/1989 

SENATE BILL 2/SUNDAY FOCUS? SCHOOL REFORM CHH 1 9/24/198? 

MERIT PAY CONCERNS STILL A FACTOR IN AREA/SUNDAY FOCUS! SCHOOL REFORM CHH 1 9/24/1989 

TEACHERS NOT JUMPING ON CAREER LADDER BANDWAGON CHH 1 9/24/1989 

SCHOOL BILL PROMPTS DURHAM OFFICIALS S 2 10/20/1989 

REGIONAL WASTE PACT APPROVED H 2 12/08/1989 

REACTIONS MIXED ON WASTE ISSUE CHH 1 12/08/1989 

HOSTS GET BENEFITS CHH 1 12/08/1989 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE BUILDING 
LEGISLATIVE BUILDINGS TO GET RENOVATIONS 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMMISSION 
SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMISSION 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, COMMITTEES AND SUBCOMMITTEES 
PANEL RECOMMENDS REGISTRY FOR ADOPTED CHILDREN 
STUDY PANEL TO TACKLE HIGHWAY FUNDING ISSUE 
GOVERNOR CALLS HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PROPOSAL TRIAL BALLOON 
INSIGHT/STATE'S ROAD BILL ATTRACTS LEECHES 
HEALTH CARE REFORM CALLS GROW 
LEGISLATIVE GROUP OKS 24 STUDIES 
LEGISLATORS SAY TRIANGLE TRANSIT NEEDS SUBSIDY 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE VETO 

LEGISLATORS URGED NOT TO INJECT POLITICS INTO VETO POWER ISSUE 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, REPUBLICAN LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, WOMEN LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LEGISLATORS 
BURNOUT AMONG YOUNG MEMBERS LOWERS THREAT TO POWERFUL LEGISLATORS H 2 1/03/1989 C 1 P N 
NEW STATE ROADS PROGRAM MAY INCREASE TOLLS ON N.C FERRIES S 2 1/06/1989 A 5 J Oil 

INSIGHT/DURHAM-AREA DELEGATION PACKS A POWERFUL LEGISLATIVE PUNCH H 2 1/08/1989 D 1 P N L40 
ASSEMBLY EXPECTED TO BATTLE OVER BUDGET, PARTY CONTROL S 2 1/11/1989 A 5 J Oil 



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N L40 
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5 J Oil 


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2 2/07/1989 C 


2 N 


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2 2/10/1989 A 


13 N 


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2 2/26/1989 D 


2 P U L40 


H 


2 7/31/1989 B 


1 N 


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2 9/27/1989 C 


1 N 


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2 12/14/1989 B 


1 P N L40 



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DURHAM DELEGATION MAY LOSE SOME CLOUT 
STATE HOUSE NOW BODY Of MINORITIES 

SaS^^cWE SHIFT TO STATE'S URBAN AREAS 

DUKE CHAPEL SERVICE SLATED FOR OFFICIALS 

EASTERN LEGISLATORS SEEKING BIGGER SHARE 

HOUSE CONVENES TO TUNE Of HONKY TONK MOON 

RURAL VS. URBAN 

'UNCLE BILLY' STEPS DOWN 

MOTS^^ REKfflLICAM NE1MGR 
HOTEL TO BE RAZED HOUSES INDIAN COMMISSION 

^L^SL^ PlS" FIRST OFFENDERS PROGRAM 
LOBBYISTS WORR ED ^LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES SOLICITING MONEY 
EDUCATORS PRAISE PLAN TO PAY TEACHERS FOR SABBATICAL 
LEGISLATOR LOSES JOB UITH STATE 

%8^sJ8lJ$lhiF%& LEGISLATOR BACK TO BOOKS ^^ 

ST^OFHOUSE DEMOCRATS AFFECTS ELECTION OF UNC BOARD MEMBERS 

LEGISLATORS PLOniNG 1990 ELECTION STRATEGY 

SOME LEGISLATORS EYEING HIGHER OFFICE unmf . 

WOMEN BLAST DEMOCRATS' DAVIS, 'OLD-BOY NETWORK' 

FORMER LAmWeRSUSE EXPERIENCE AS LOBBYISTS 

BARNES PREDICTS ROUGH ROAD FOR IMPPACT TAX 

TARHEEL PERSEVERES IN BID TO FREE VIETNAM MIAS 

LEGISLATURE'S GOP FRESHMEN RAISE STATURE 

STATE LEGISLATORS NEED TO WEAR UNIFORMS 

LIEilK B5OT K^ OF FRANKLIN COUNTY 
VOTE ALMOST LEADS TO BRAUL 

WBUKWE9 LSa and «« 

CAB^RUS^PRfScHING GOP DUO-ODD COUPLE OF LEGISLATURE 
DEMOCRATS IN SENATE DOWNPLAY CLASHES 

LF^I^SSV T sS^BURGLA«IES IN THE '89 SESSION 

NTct TCMHERS' PROTEST BLASTS TAR HEEL LAWMAKERS AS 'WIMPS' 

LEGISLATORS PITCH FIT OVER SCHOOL ROOfS 

LEGISLATIVE YAWNS, WHISPERS IN RALEIGH 

LEGISLATORS UPSTAGE PRESS SKIT IN SATIRE 

TRANSIT AUTHORITY BILL FOR TRIANGLE CLEARS SENATE 

NAME OF SCHOOL WITH SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM MUST BE STATE SECRET 

STATE LEGISLATURE NEEDS A GOOD TRADE OR 2 

LEGISLATIVE SNIPING INTENSIFIES 

PLAN WOULD RAISE TAX ON BEER CAN A PENNY 

INSIGHT/MAVRETIC'S REPORT CARD __-,, 

REP. DIAMCNT NO LONGER JUGGLING LAWS, FOOTBALL 

HASTY GOP LAWMAKERS BURN OWN BRIDGES 

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N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS, SALARIES 

^n^ll^fc^SAY'THEY'AREN'T GOING TO SUGGEST PAY INCREASE 
H&USEPANEL AGREES ON 50% RAISE FOR LEGISLATORS IN 1991 
PROPOSED PAY HIKE SPARKS DEBATE 
LAWMAKERS' 50-PERCENT CRISIS „ Mnnr ». 
L^isS T R^^TI^f a^O^S'wASTE MANAGEMENT FUND 

SENATfvOTEslN FaK FOUR-YEAR LEGISLATIVE TERMS 
SENATE GIVES FINAL APPROVAL TO 4-YEAR TERMS 
IN^GHT/FULL-TIME ASSEMBLY DEBATED IS NEEDED 
FOUR^YEAR LEGISLATIVE TERMS DROPPED FROM VETO BILL 



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10 N 


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4 E 


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1 P N T33 


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4 E 


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1 P N L40 


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2 2/07/1989 A 


7 J Oil 


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4 E 


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2 2/08/1989 B 


7 N 


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2 2/09/1989 C 


3 P N 


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2 2/10/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


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2 2/11/1989 C 


2 N 


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1 N 


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5 J Oil 


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13 N L40 


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2 4/03/1989 B 


1 P N 


CHH 1 4/10/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


S 


2 4/14/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 4/23/1989 B 


6 N 


s 


2 4/24/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


CHH 1 4/28/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


H 


1 5/03/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 


2 5/05/1989 A 


15 N 


S 


2 5/19/1989 A 


5 P J Oil 


H 


2 5/25/1989 B 


4 N 


H 


2 5/28/1989 B 


6 P N 


H 


2 6/02/1989 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 6/02/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


S 


2 6/09/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 6/17/1989 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 6/23/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 6/24/1989 C 


3 P P 


S 


2 7/07/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 7/12/1989 C 


1 N L40 


S 


2 7/14/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


S 


2 7/17/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 7/21/1989 C 


1 N L40 


S 


2 7/21/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 7/23/1989 D 


2 U L40 


H 


2 8/19/1989 C 


6 N 


s 


2 8/30/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


S 


2 9/08/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 9/15/1989 C 


1 N T33 


CHH 1 12/05/198 


3 P N 


H 


2 12/24/1989 D 


2 U L40 


H 


1 2/08/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 7/27/1989 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 7/31/1989 A 


1 C N L40 


H 


2 8/01/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/02/1989 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 8/03/1989 B 


2 C N 


S 


2 3/07/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 4/28/1989 A 


10 N 


H 


2 5/02/1989 C 


2 N 


H 


2 5/28/1989 D 


2 U L40 


H 


2 7/13/1989 B 


3PN 



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N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS, VOTING RECORDS 
LEGISLATIVE VOTING MAY GO ON COMPUTER 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, PAGES 
SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S PAGES 
TWIN PAGES BRING DOUBLE ENTHUSIASM TO HOUSE 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, "PORK BARREL" PROJECTS 

LEGISLATIVE LEADERS EXPECTING »PORK BARREL' SPENDING REFORM 

TRIM 'PORK BARREL' 

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

MAVRETIC SLAMS LID ON PORTION OF 'PORK BARREL' 

SPEAKER RIGHTLY TRIES TO TAKE CUT FROM PORK 

WHIP SAYS HE WASN'T CONSULTED ON PORK BARREL CHOP 

SOME DEMOCRATS UPSET BY DECISION ENDING PORK BARREL 

TURN DOG LOOSE ON WASTE 

HOUSE, SENATE REMAIN AT ODDS OVER 'PORK-BARREL' MONEY 

LOCAL REPS PUSH FUND REQUESTS 

CLOSED PORK BARREL DOESN'T END SCRAMBLE FOR FUNDS 

PORK BARREL DEAD THIS YEAR— AND MAY NOT BE RESURRECTED 

LEAN PORK BARREL WILL HURT LOCAL GROUPS, LEGISLATORS SAY 

DR. PORK BARREL GIVES CAPITOL CROWD LESSONS 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, REAPPORTIONMENT 

VALENTINE: ALIENS SHOULDN'T FIGURE IN REAPPORTIONMENT 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, REPUBLICAN LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO REPUBLICAN PARTY, N.C. 

GOP LEGISLATORS TO ORGANIZE EFFORTS 

PAMPHLET POKES FUN AT GOP LEGISLATORS 

LEGISLATORS FIND 'AMAZEMENT' IN 'UNBELIEVABLE' GOP PROPOSAL 

INSIGHT/GOVERNOR BESIEGED BY HIS OWN PARTY 

POLL SHOWS GOP-BASHING HARMING STATE DEMOCRATS 

REPUBLICANS ARE STRUGGLING WITH THEIR LEADERSHIP 

INSIGHT/TWO-PARTY STATE? NOT EVERYWHERE; POLL OVERLOOKS DEMOCRATS' 

LEGISLATURE'S GOP FRESHMEN RAISE STATURE 

REPUBLICANS HAZY ABOUT MARTIN PLAN 

INSIGHT/GOP: 'REAL POWER OF THE N.C. HOUSE' 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, RESOLUTIONS 

SPONSOR SCALES BACK HIS BILL ON SELECTION OF JUDGES 
NCCU COACH MAY BE INVITED TO ADDRESS SENATE 
STATE HOUSE UNANIMOUSLY CONDEMNS CHINA MASSACRE 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, RULES 

LEGISLATIVE LEADERS TO TIGHTEN RULES, GET OUT BY JULY 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SALARIES 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS, SALARIES 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SENATE 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, HOUSE 
WHAT LIES AHEAD? 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SESSIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS, TERMS 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SPECIAL SESSION 

ASSEMBLY MAY SKIP SOME FRIDAY MEETINGS 

CHANGES IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY SLOW ADJOURNMENT THIS YEAR 

SHOULD LEGISLATORS MEET ALL YEAR LONG? 

N.C. LAWMAKERS DRAG UPSET INTO SESSION'S CLOSE 

LEGISLATIVE TIME LIMIT IS LIKE KILLING DOG TO GET RID OF FLEAS 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, HOUSE 
RAMSEY EXPECTING FIFTH TERM DESPITE EFFORTS BY REPUBLICANS 
DEMOCRATS MAY RUN MAVRETIC FOR SPEAKER 
LEGISLATORS SAY THEY HAVE VOTES TO DEFEAT RAMSEY 



S 2 5/17/1989 A 11 J Oil 



CHH 1 6/29/1989 A 1 P N M20 



H 


2 


2/28/1989 C 


8 


N 


S 


2 


3/02/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


3/05/1989 D 


2 


U L40 


H 


2 


4/13/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


4/14/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/15/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/21/1989 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


4/21/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/30/1989 B 


9 


N 


CHH 1 


5/05/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


H 


2 


5/08/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 B 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


7/05/1989 A 


1 


N S17 


S 


2 12/15/1989 A 


5 


U Oil 



2 1/30/1989 C 1 P N 



S 


2 


1/04/1989 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


1/25/1989 D 


9 N 


S 


2 


3/16/1989 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 D 


2 P U L40 


H 


2 


3/22/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


S 


2 


3/23/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


3/26/1989 D 


2 P U L40 


H 


2 


4/23/1989 B 


6 N 


S 


2 


6/20/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


2 


7/02/1989 D 


2 U L40 


H 


2 


3/30/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/31/1989 A 


10 N 


H 


2 


6/06/1989 C 


4 N 



H 2 2/07/1989 A 1 N L40 



H 2 1/16/1989 A 4 E 



H 


2 


1/04/1989 D 


8 


N 


S 


2 


1/31/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 


S 


2 


9/08/1989 A 


a 


J Oil 


H 


2 


8/13/1989 A 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 


8/23/1989 A 


5 


J Oil 



H 2 1/06/1989 A 10 P N 
H 2 1/08/1989 C 7 N 
H 2 1/09/1989 B 1 N 



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S U B J E 



SePU^ICA^Y LEAD HOulFcOMMITTEES UNDER AGREEMENT TO OUST... 
UATKINS QUITS COMMITTEE POWER POST 

ffi°T*0 ^ SRT OF TWO COUNTY DEMOS 

ffiriffi pS fIi^IrTtIrMS; LAWMAKERS ELECT MASTIC... 
VOTE FDR SreAAERREVEALS DIVISIONS AMONG NEIGHBORING HOUSE MEMBERS 
LOBBYIST SAYS RAMSEY WORE OUT WELCOME 

SlC sS^LET VOTE DECIIE KEY POSTS 

MAVRETIC'S HALLMARK SHREWD PLANNING 

LAWMAKERS EXPECT EFFICIENT SESSION 

MAVRETIC IS A MAN OF CHANGE „ iiPTiTU _ 

MAVRETIC'S ELECTION TOOK MANEUVERING ^^^ 

RAMSEY OVERTHROW SIGNALS NEW ERA FOR N.C, ASg^BLY 

DEMOCRATS SHOULD CONSIDER RAMIFICATIONS OF COUP 

1991 RACE FOR SPEAKER OF HOUSE GETS OFF TO AN EARLY START 

HACKNEY WILL SEEK HOUSE SPEAKER POST 

BILLY WATKINS RISING FOR SPEAR'S POSITION 

MAVRETIC LETS REPUBLICAN PRESIDE OVER STATE HOUSE 

MILLER MAY MAKE RUN FOR N.C. HOUSE SPEAKER 

MILLER? UNDOING THE COUP? 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SPECIAL SESSION 
SEEALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SESSIONS 
MARTIN SET TO CALL BACK LAWMAKERS 
SINGLE-ISSUE SESSION PROPERLY PRAGMATIC 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY RETURNS FOR GARBAGE 
MARTIN PUTS SPECIAL SESSION ON HOLD 
REGIONAL WASTE PACT APPROVED „^„~™< 

HAZARDOUS WASTE COMES HOME TO ROOST 
DISPATCHING THE WASTE PROBLEM 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, WOMEN LEGISLATORS 

SEEALSO N.C. GENERA- ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN. POLITICIANS 
NEXT FIRSTFORSEN. COCHRANE: LT. GOV. POST? 

Soup wanes legislature about women's issues 

N.C. GIRLS' STATE 
SEE GIRLS' STATE 

N.C. HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT COMMISSION 
SEE N.C. WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD 

N.C. HEALTH CARE FACILITIES ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO NURSING HOMES, N.C. ^^ 
HANDICAP DOESN'T SLOU HONORED VOLUNTEER 

N.C. HEART ASSOCIATION AfxWTATTnll 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION ^ TS11T „ r 
CHAPEL HILLIAN HONORED FOR VOLUNTEER SERVICES 

^SEE^SO^ T^MS GIRLS) (SEE ALSO EACH SCHOOL'S HEADINGS) 

SOME SCHOOLS REALIGNED. BUT POWER REMAIN H 

NCHSSA FOOTBALL PLAYOFF BRACKETS-4A/3A nm ^^ — ,- 
NCHSAA'S DECISION IS A SLAP IN FACE TO DURHAM SOCCER FANS 

N.C. HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 
SOUTHERN TAKES ON S. ALAMANCE 
CHAMPIONS IN THE DEAN DOME 



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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 1/09/1989 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 1/10/1989 B 


2 N 


H 


2 1/11/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 1/11/1989 A 


4 T T C50 


CHH 


1 1/11/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


S 


2 1/11/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 1/12/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 1/12/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


S 


2 1/12/1989 A 


2 N 


H 


2 1/13/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 1/13/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 1/16/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


1 1/16/1989 B 


1 N 


S 


2 1/18/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


S 


2 1/19/1989 A 


16 N 


S 


2 1/20/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


S 


2 1/23/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 


1 3/02/1989 C 


1 P N 


Crt 


1 1 3/02/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


H 


2 4/26/1989 C 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 5/11/1989 B 


5 N 


H 


2 10/04/1989 A 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 10/05/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 9/06/1989 A 


1 N L40 


S 


2 9/08/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 9/11/1989 A 


7 J Oil 


H 


2 9/16/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 12/08/1989 A 


1 N L40 


S 


2 12/08/1989 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 12/09/1989 C 


1 N 


CHH 1 12/10/198' 


4 E 


H 


2 12/15/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 6/04/1989 B 


5 P N 


S 


2 7/21/1989 B 


1 P F G59 



H 2 8/17/1989 A 10 P N R60 



CHH 1 2/14/1989 A 8 P N 



2 7/06/1989 B 

2 8/18/1989 B 

2 8/20/198" B 

2 11/16/1989 B 

2 11/16/1989 B 



H 2 3/16/1989 D 
CHH 1 3/26/198? A 



3 N 

4 P N 

1 N 
3 C N 

2 U A76 



2 N 

3 P P T44 



N.C. HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, FOOTBALL 



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IT'S RICHMOND, REYNOLDS IN 4-A CHAMPIONSHIP/NCHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS 
POSSIBILITY OF FOUL WEATHER FORCES 3-A TITLE GAME DELAY 

N.C. HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HALL OF FAME 
HILLSIDE'S BLUNT MAKES HALL OF FAME 
NO. 1, AND HEADED TO THE HALL OF FAME 
HILLSIDE'S RUNNING MAN MAKES HALL OF FAME 
BLUNT'S 'FAME' WELL-DESERVED 
RUSSELL BLUNT EARNS PLACE IN SPORTS HALL 
HIS ACHIEVEMENTS ARE LEGENDARY 
TAKING HIS PLACE 

NORTH CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL RECORD BOOK 

WHAT N.C. BASKETBALL TEAM SCORED MOST POINTS? 

N.C. HIGHWAY FUND 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION, COSTS 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION, BUDGET 
COUNTY WANTS FUNDS FOR TRANSIT PROGRAM 

N.C. HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 

SEE N.C. TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 

N.C. HIGHWAY PATROL 

SEE ALSO PEACE OFFICERS MEMORIAL DAY 
LAW OFFICERS FACE COMMUNICATION GAP 
RETIRING TROOPER SANDERS HONORED 

STITH ASKS HIGHWAY PATROL LEADER TO INVESTIGATE HIS ARREST BY TROOPER 
MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING TROOPER 
DWI SUSPECT STEALS PATROL CAR 
TROOPERS' STEROID USE ENDANGERS PUBLIC— DOCTOR 
SPECIAL TEAM CAN CURB SPEEDERS ON INTERSTATES 
MEMORIES FROM HIGHWAY PATROL CAREER 
POLICE LOG/BURGLAR BATTERS SLEEPING WOMAN WITH BRICK 
CHECKING UP 

STATE TROOPERS TICKET 64 FOR SEAT-BELT VIOLATIONS 
TROOPER WINS STATE'S HEROISM AWARD 
TROOPERS PLANNING FULL HOLIDAY FORCE 
OFFICERS ARREST MAN IN THEFT OF PATROL CAR 

N.C. HIGHWAY SAFETY RESEARCH CENTER 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL HIGHWAY SAFETY RESEARCH CENTER 

N.C. HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 
HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES 1989 AWARDS/THE BENCH MARK 

N.C. HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, COSTS 
HOSPITAL REPORT RECEIVES COOL RECEPTION 
HOSPITALS SHIFT COSTS TO PAYING PATIENTS 
MENTAL PATIENTS' STAY TWICE STATE AVERAGE—REPORT 
MEDICARE LOSSES HURT HOSPITALS, SAY OFFICIALS 
HOSPITAL GROUP TAPS MUNSON 

N.C. HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY 

VOTE BACKS INTER-FAITH'S EFFORT 

N.C. HUMANITIES COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER 

UNC HUMANITIES PROGRAM RECEIVES $64,000 GRANT 

LIBRARY GETS LECTURE GRANT 

N.C. INAUGURAL 

GOWNS FROM N.C. INAUGURAL BALLS ON DISPLAY 

NORTH CAROLINA INDEPENDENT (NEWSPAPER) 

TABLOID PLANS TO PUBLISH WEEKLY, EXPAND COVERAGE 



N 
P 


E E 
D — DATE — C 


L Y 
-PG L P BYL 


H 
H 


2 12/07/1989 C 
2 12/08/1989 B 


3 P N W55 
1 N W55 


S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 


2 9/15/1989 A 
2 9/16/1989 D 
2 9/16/1989 D 
2 9/16/1989 B 
2 9/18/1989 A 
2 9/22/1989 A 
2 11/12/1989 C 


1 P N C09 
1 P P T37 

3 P N C52 
1 P U C09 

4 E 
4 E 

8 P N R56 



H 2 8/18/1989 B 4 P N 



S 2 11/27/1989 C 1 N H65 



CHH 1 2/07/1989 A 

H 2 2/18/1989 C 

H 2 2/21/1989 B 

H 2 3/15/1989 A 

H 2 6/12/1989 C 

H 2 6/25/1989 B 

S 2 6/26/1989 A 

H 1 7/22/1989 C 

H 2 8/21/1989 A 

H 2 9/05/1989 B 

S 2 9/05/1989 A 

H 2 10/28/1989 C 

H 2 11/22/1989 C 

S 2 11/22/1989 A 



13 



N R63 
P N T33 

N N36 

N 

N M51 

N C60 

E 
P N T33 

N M51 
P P T32 

N B53 
P N 

N 

N 



H 2 7/09/1989 F 1 N 



H 2 3/28/1989 A 
H 2 5/02/1989 C 
CHH 1 11/13/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/26/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/26/1989 A 



12 N 
1 N C60 
1 C N S17 
1 N S17 
1 N 



CHH 1 11/24/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 1/02/1989 A 5 N 
CHH 1 11/07/1989 A 3 N 



S 2 1/11/1989 B 1 P F G59 
H 2 2/23/1989 B 10 N S56 



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TVC *NGER ARTIST; COLUMNS ARE HAL CROWTHER'S EXORCISM 

Scorpor^ization 'vu^JaSkEusp angers editor of independent 
n.c. industrial commission ^^ 

SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. „ 

PANEL UPHOLDS LIFE SENTENCE IN ELIZABETH CITY HOSTAGE CASE 
INT^TRIAL CCMilSSION CHAIRMAN HOPES TO CUT WORKER'S CGHP BACKLOG 
STATE JUDGE: NCCU NEGLIGENT IN 1986 DEATH 

N.C. INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION (PROPOSED) 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. _ 
MARTIN ISSUES ENVIROt*€NTAL ORDER ON REDUCING WASTE 
NEIGHBOR PRODS STATE TOWARD WASTE SOLUTION 

N.C. INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTS 
SEE ALSO QdIC^-S 
INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTS HONORS DR. VIVIAN STANNETT 
CHEMISTS TO DISCUSS THE AIR UE BREATHE 



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2 2/26/1989 F 
2 6/11/1989 B 



H 2 1/04/1989 B 
H 2 2/07/1989 C 
S 2 4/20/1989 A 



N.C. JUNIOR CLOSED TENNIS TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO TENNIS 
TWO-FISTED FURY 



1 P F S56 
1 U N36 



5 N 
2 P N 
1 N B53 



2 3/03/1989 A 
2 3/11/1989 A 



H 2 5/04/1989 B 
CHH 1 11/28/1989 A 



L^RIN^NX.^NFANf MORTALITY RATE TARGET OF INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE PLAN H 

INSTITUTE SEEKS $1.4 BILLION N.C. HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN 

GUAFttNTEED MEDICAL INSURANCE PLAN GETS MIXED REVIEWS H 

N.C. INSTITUTE OF MINORITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, BLACKS 

SEE ALSO MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING)^ 
150 ATTEND FIRST DAY OF MINORITY SYMPOSIUM H 

ACTIVELYSTRIVE FOR ECONOMIC JUSTICE, ESPY TELLS MINORITIES H 

N.C. INSURANCE RATING BUREAU 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO WORKERS' COMPENSATION 
AUTO INSURANCE INCREASE REQUESTED 

N P 1APAN CENTER 

SEEALSO DUKE UNIV. ASIAN-PACIFIC STUDIES CENTER 
SEE ALSO JAPAN 

DUKE SETS CONTEST ON JAPANESE SPEECH 

TRADE EQUALITY MAY HURT U.S. -JAPANESE RELATIONS 

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

N.C. JAYCEE BURN CENTER _ 
SEE BURN CENTER, N.C. JAYCEES 

N.C. JAYCEES 

SEE ALSO BURN CENTER, N.C. JAYCEES 
SEE ALSO DURHAM JAYCEES 
SEE ALSO MISS N.C. PAGEANT 

DUKE THANKS JAYCEE FUND-RAISERS ._ _ uul ■„.■.■ , Trr 

SERVING OTHERS IS THE KEY TO LIVING A SUCCESSFUL LIFE 

N.C. JAZZ NETWORK 
SEE ALSO JAZZ 
N.C. JAZZ NETWORK DEBUTS AT ARTSCENTER 

N ' C ' ^HALLS OF^FAME TO^NDUCT H.C. CRANFORD OF DURHAM, 8 OTHERS 
NINE TO RECEIVE HALLS OF FAME HONORS 
6 JOURNALISTS INDUCTED INTO N.C. SHRINE 
SHUMAKER HAS HIS MOfENT ON STAGE/PEOPLE ON THE GO 
NOMINATION PROCESS BEGINS AT JOURNALISM HALL OF FAME 

N.C. JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION 
AIR COMF-LAINTS PUBLICLY 



2 2/02/1989 C 
2 10/28/1989 C 
2 11/01/1989 D 



2 5/18/1989 C 
2 5/20/1989 C 



1 N C60 
1 N C60 
9 N C60 



12 
4 



N C47 
N C47 



H 2 7/02/1989 B 1 N 



H 2 4/02/1989 A 16 N 
S 2 11/09/1989 A 1 N E33 
H 2 11/10/1989 C 4 N K65 



S 2 9/18/1989 A 6 N 
H 2 12/24/1989 D 5 U 



H 2 5/02/1989 C 3 P R S66 



S 2 3/16/1989 C 1 P N 

CHH 1 3/17/198" A 5 P N 

H 2 4/10/1989 B 1 N H90 

CHH 1 4/16/198? A 6 U 

CHH 1 9/24/1989 A 7 P N 



H 2 9/26/198? A 4 E 



H 2 8/01/1989 B 2 P P T37 



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N,C. JUNIOR MISS 

SEE TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 

N.C. LAND TRUSTEES 
SEE ALSO LAND TRUST 
SEE ALSO LAND USE 

LOW-INCOME HOME OWNERS AIM OF LAND TRUST'S CAMPAIGN 

HOME RENOVATION FOCUS OF DURHAM FUND-RAISER 

HOUSING GROUP MAKES DIFFERENCE IN DURHAM 

GROUPS TO BUILD 6 LOW-INCOME HOMES 

HOUSING ADVOCATES TO MEET 

THE NORTH CAROLINA LEADER (NEWSPAPER) 
SEE THE LEADER (NEWSPAPER) 

N.C. LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES 

SEE ALSO COMMITTEE ON THE FUTURE OF CITIES 
CITIES WANT MORE AUTHORITY TO SHARE COST OF BUILDING ROADS 
BURLINGTON MAYOR NAMED TO PANEL; WORKER GETS TOP EMPLOYEE AWARD 



H 


2 


2/27/1989 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


2/27/1989 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


2/28/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


7/05/1989 A 


14 


N C61 


H 


2 


7/08/1989 C 


1 


N R63 



N.C. LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS 
SEE LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, 



N.C. 



N.C. LEGAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO NORTH STATE LEGAL SERVICES (FORMERLY ORANGE/CHATHAM LEGAL SERVICES) 
LEGAL SERVICES HELPS THOSE WHO NEED LAWYER, BUT CAN'T AFFORD ONE H 2 

N.C. LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS AND POLITICIANS 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 

17 BLACK LEGISLATORS FEEL INFLUENCE GROWING 

BLACK LEGISLATORS TO BOYCOTT SESSION IN OLD SLAVE MART 

MARKET POOR CHOICE FOR STATE'S CELEBRATION 

BLACK CAUCUS VOTES TO BOYCOTT SESSION 

MISSING AN OPPORTUNITY; SLAVE MARKET COULD BE PLATFORM FOR ELOQUENCE 

BLACK CAUCUS BOYCOTTS TRIP 

MICHAUX! 30 WHITE LAWMAKERS JOIN FAYETTEVILLE BOYCOTT 

SOME LEGISLATORS PLAN TO SKIP FAYETTEVILLE CEREMONIAL SESSION 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY HOLDS CEREMONIAL SESSION IN FAYETTEVILLE 

THE SMEARING OF DURHAM 

BLACK CAUCUS AMONG GROUPS RAISING MONEY 

LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS MEETING OPENS 

MARTIN, MICHAUX SWAP BARBS OVER MINORITY REPRESENTATION 

N.C. LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMISSION 

N.C. LEGISLATURE 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

N.C. LIVING TREASURES PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO ARTISTS, N.C. 
POTTER OAKLEY NAMED N.C. LIVING TREASURE 
LIVING TREASURE; DESIGNATION HONORS CREEDMOOR POTTER 
SID OAKLEY: LIVING TREASURE 

N.C. LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMISSION 

BOND ISSUE LOOPHOLE PONDERED FOR THEATRE PROJECT 

PANEL USES LOOPHOLE TO AVOID REFERENDUM FOR BONDS ON THEATER 

N.C. LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL AND STORAGE 
SEE ALSO RADIOACTIVE WASTE 

RADIOACTIVE WASTE PANEL LEADER CITES PROGRESS 

NUCLEAR WASTE FORUM PLANNED FOR HILLSBOROUGH 

FORUM TO ADDRESS WASTE DUMP SITE 

STATE'S RADIOACTIVE WASTE PANEL HIRES CONSULTING FIRM 



1/21/1989 B 7 
6/09/1989 C 1 



N 
N H60 



2/09/1989 C 1 N A54 



H 


2 


2/20/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


4/01/1989 C 


1 P N L40 


S 


2 


4/04/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/06/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/11/1989 A 


1 N L40 


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 


4/20/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/13/1989 C 


2 N 


H 


1 


6/16/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 


2 


8/13/1989 B 


1 P N 



H 2 9/08/1989 D 6 N 
H 2 9/12/1989 C 1 P N 
H 2 11/03/1989 A 4 E 



2 6/10/1989 A 
2 8/02/1989 C 



N R63 
N R63 



H 2 1/13/1989 B 3 N 

CHH 1 1/17/1989 A 1 N M20 

CHH 1 1/18/1989 A 3 P N M20 

H 2 2/01/1989 B 7 N 



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RADIOACTIVE WASTE FORUM SET MARCH 8 AT PCC IN ROXBORO 

STATE WASTE PANEL PLANS MARCH FORUM _-_,_„ 

INFORMATION CAMPAIGN SET ON NUCLEAR WASTE DISPOSAL 

2 PUBLIC FORUMS SET ON LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE 

PUBLIC TO AIR CONCERNS ABOUT PROPOSED RADIOACTIVE WASTE .FACILITY 

OFFICIALS FIELD QUESTIONS ABOUT LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITE 

STORAGE CfTohJvEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE WILL BE EVEN SAFER IN FUTURE 

miller: must block WASTE bills „ t , „, 

CHATHAM WANTS PUBLIC FORUM ON WASTE DISPOSALFACILITY 
RADIOACTIVE WASTE AUTHORITY FINISHES TOUR ACROSS N.C. 
FREFERRED BIDDER CHOSEN FOR LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITE 

bil^S* pS^ATf T nM^M felons 

WffilES Hf/REPff RADIATIVE WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITY 
WASTE DISPOSAL HEARINGS CRITICIZED 

WRStiHtt KB"* COMPACT, HACKNEY SAYS 
RADIOACTIVE WASTE DATA CONTRADICTED _ „_. 
WAKE-CHATHAM TRACT TAPPED AS POSSIBLE N-WASTE SITE 
■rT>jr- -rp oav TIF PTPPR 

GROUP FIRM ON OPPOSITION TO CHATHAM NUCLEAR DUMP 
TWO NUKE SITES UNSUITABLE-UILLHOIT Tl „ T „ 1TrTrAUT , 
OFFICIALS SAY RADIOACTIVE SITE PROBLEM 'INSIGNIFICANT' 
CPU. FINDS IT OWNS 43X OF LAND EYED FOR WASTE FACILITY 
CHEM-NUCLEAR OFFERS TO ANSWER WASTE SITE QUERIES 
WILLHOIT URGES SCRUTINY ON TESTING OF WASTE SITES 
HACKNEY SEEKS DATA ON SITING OF WASTE FACILITY 
CONTRACT OUTLINES DUMP FUNDING 

N.C. MAIN STREET PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO N?™ K^OFWTuU. RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 
RESTORATION WORK IN HENDERSON REFLECTS HISTORY 

N.C. MANUFACTURED HOUSING INSTITUTE 
SEE ALSO MANUFACTURED HOUSING 
SEE ALSO MOBILE HOMES 
LET'S RECONSIDER MOBILE HOMES 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL _„_ 
SEE ALSO BURN CENTER, N.C. JAYCEES 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. HOSPITALS 

THE LURE OF LIPOSUCTION 

NCMH TO ROLL UP ITS SLEEVE 

NCMH GOVERNORS PONDER NAME CHANGE 

NCMH MAY BUY SECOND MRI MACHINE 

NCMH IMPORTANT IN AIRPORT LOCATION, COmiSSIONERS SAY 

NCMH NAME CHANGE CLEARS COMMITTEE WITH NO OPPOSITION 

FINAL VOTE ON NCMH NAME CHANGE [CLAYED 

N.C. MEMORIAL NEARS NEW NAME APPROVAL 

BOOK NAMES NCMH AMONG TOP 64 

NO TAR HEELS WANTED HERE _ 

NAME CHANGE FOR NCMH IS STALLED 

NCMH NAME CHANGE GETS APPROVAL 

NAME, NOT SERVICE, CHANGES 

UNC, NCMH GIVE *5,000 EACH FOR TROLLEY BUS FUND 

STUDY BELIES NOTION THAT PREMATURE BABIES DON'T FEEL PAIN 

HOSPITAL ADOPTS NAME CHANGES; BOARD RENAMES PROGRAMS 

UNC HOSPITALS APPROVES NEW EMBLEM 

SCENES FROM A PICNIC „ „_ „ r ^ w , A „ 

REDUCING INTIMIDATION; NCMH VOLUNTEER SERVICES PROGRAM... 

MISLABELED MAILING GOES OUT TO FRE5S _„ AI 

PETITION DRIVE WOULD URGE CBN HOOK-UP AT HOSPITAL 

CHEMICALS SPILLED NEAR LOAD AREA _ „ _ ___. 

TAR HEELS DISCOVER REWARDS IN VISITING HOSPITALIZED CHILDREN 

LAB SEEKS TO UNLOCK PARROTT FEVER MYSTERIES 

GIFTS FOR THE HOSPITAL-BOUND 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, AIDS 



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

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



2/07/1989 C 
2/13/1989 A 
3/07/1989 A 
3/11/1989 C 
3/14/1989 A 
3/15/1989 A 
3/24/1989 A 
4/04/1989 A 
4/09/1989 B 
4/28/1989 A 
4/29/1989 A 
6/30/1989 A 
6/30/1989 A 
7/02/1989 B 
7/07/1989 A 
7/30/1989 A 
8/29/1989 A 
8/30/1989 A 
9/21/1989 A 
9/26/1989 A 
11/09/1989 A 
11/10/1989 A 
11/13/1989 A 
11/16/1989 A 
11/17/1989 A 
11/21/1989 A 
11/24/1989 A 
12/11/1989 A 
12/16/1989 A 
12/30/1989 A 



N T33 

N M20 

N 

N 

N S17 

N H90 

E 

J 

N 

N M25 

N 

H 

N 

N 
1 N 
' N M25 

N M25 

N M25 
' N M25 

N M25 

N L40 

E 

N M25 
' N M25 
' N S17 

N M25 

N M25 
» N M25 
> N M25 
» N M25 



H 1 11/28/1989 B 1 P N H60 



H 2 7/19/1989 A 4 E 



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



1/02/1989 
2/01/1989 
2/12/1989 
3/14/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/08/1989 
4/19/1989 
5/13/1989 
5/19/1989 A 
5/24/1989 A 
5/25/1989 
6/30/1989 
7/06/1989 
7/11/1989 
7/14/1989 
8/28/1989 
9/04/1989 
9/12/1989 
9/16/1989 
11/01/1989 
11/05/1989 
11/24/1989 
12/25/1989 



6 P 
3 P 



N 

N S17 
N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N M20 
N M20 
N 
N 

P L38 
N M20 
N 
E 

N C62 
N C60 
N L90 
N L90 
P T44 
N 
N 

N S17 
N 
U 
N 
N W57 



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SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, N.C. CASES 
AIDS CRISIS HITTING HOME AT NCMH 
AIDS EPIDEMIC FORCING NCMH TO PLAY CATCH-UP 
ADVOCATES SAY AIDS SYSTEM UOULD SAVE ON HOSPITAL CHARGES 
THANKS FOR LOCAL COVERAGE OF AIDS 

OFFICIALS TO CONSIDER HOW TO MEET HOUSING NEEDS OF AIDS PATIENTS 
COUNTY JOINS AIDS SERVICES PLANNING EFFORT 
COST OF AIDS CARE RISING DRAMATICALLY 
AIDS PATIENTS' HOUSING NEEDS FELT IN CHAPEL HILL 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, BLOOD BANK 
SEE ALSO BLOOD DONORS 
BLOOD BANK NAMED FOR LANGDELL 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, BUDGET 

NCMH FREEZE PAYING OFF IN DEFICIT FIGHT 
NCMH OFFICIAL OPTIMISTIC ABOUT WISH LIST 
NCMH BEHAVING RESPONSIBLY 
NCMH CARE COSTS MIXED 

NCMH INCREASES RATES FOR ROOMS, OTHER SERVICES 
N.C. MEMORIAL'S RATES INCREASE 9.2X ON JULY 1 
FATE OF NCMH FUNDING REQUESTS UNCERTAIN - MUNSCN 
NCMH THAWS HIRING FREEZE 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, CONSTRUCTION 

NCMH OFFICIAL OPTIMISTIC ABOUT UISH LIST 

NCMH MAY BUY SECOND MRI MACHINE 

FATE OF NCMH FUNDING REQUESTS UNCERTAIN - MUNSON 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, EMERGENCY ROOM , „ ^ 

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE; NCMH VOLUNTEER BRIDGES EMERGENCY ROOM... GAP 
NCMH SEES INCREASE IN COCAINE ADMISSIONS 

N,C * A € S^0^sfvSl^ , 'S0i S N.C. MEMORIAL EMPLOYEES TRY... 'QUIT DAY' 
NCMH FREEZE PAYING OFF IN DEFICIT FIGHT 
6 PHYSICIANS JOINING N.C. MEMORIAL STAFF 
NCMH THAWS HIRING FREEZE 
UNC HOSPITALS BOARD APPOINTS 13 NEW STAFFERS 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, HELICOPTER SERVICE 
SEE ALSO AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE 
SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 

SPARE HELICOPTER AT NCMH THIS WEEK „ 

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

AIR CARE MARKS 3RD BIRTHDAY 

MARTIN PROCLAIMS CAROLINA AIR CARE DAY 

EMERGENCY FORCES AIR CARE TO LAND 

KNIFE FIGHT LEAVES ONE IN HOSPITAL 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, IN VITRO FERTILIZATION PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO TEST TUBE BABY 
WOMAN DELIVERS TWINS FROM FROZEN EMBRYOS 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, NEUROPSYCHIATRIC CENTER 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, PSYCHIATRIC BUILDING 
NCMH OFFICIAL OPTIMISTIC ABOUT WISH LIST 
HOSPITAL'S FUNDING DOUBTFUL 
HOSPITAL'S FUNDING DOUBTFUL 
COMMITTEE URGES FUNDING FOR THREE UNC BUILDINGS 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, NURSES 
SEE ALSO NURSES, N.C. 
NCMH ASKS FLEXIBILITY TO SOLVE NURSING DEARTH 
PROPOSAL WON'T AFFECT HOSPITAL 
OFFICIALS SAY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM AIMS AT STATE'S NURSING SHORTAGE 



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S 


I T 


N E 


E 


L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 


3/05/1989 A 


1 Q S17 


CHH 1 


3/06/1989 A 


1 Q S17 


CHH 1 


3/07/1989 A 


1 P Q S17 


CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


4/17/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


5/20/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


8/06/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


8/06/1989 A 


1 N S17 



CHH 1 9/20/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



H 

CHH 



CHH 1 



3/05/1987 
3/06/1989 
3/08/1989 
5/06/1989 
5/09/1989 
5/10/1989 
7/03/1989 
7/06/1989 



N L90 
N L90 
E 

N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N M20 
N L90 



CHH 1 3/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/03/1989 A 



CHH 
CHH 



1 1/30/1989 A 
1 6/05/1989 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



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



2/14/1989 A 
3/05/1989 A 
5/14/1989 A 
7/06/1989 A 
7/11/1989 A 



1 N L90 
3 N L90 
1 N M20 



1 P N S17 
1 N S17 



3 N L90 
1 N L90 
6 N 
1 P N L90 
3 N 



5/04/1989 
5/25/1989 
7/09/1989 
7/15/1989 
9/12/1989 
12/27/1989 



N 

N M06 
N 

N L90 
N 
N U57 



CHH 1 3/08/1989 A 3 P N L90 



CHH 1 3/06/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/22/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/22/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/25/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/10/1989 A 



1 N L90 
1 N M20 
1 N S17 
1 P N S17 



6 N M20 
3 N 
1 P N L90 



N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, PARKING 



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NCMH LAUNCHES WHET PARKING PILOT 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, PEDIATRICS 

SE D0CTORS N ra WfwiLBflK HOSPITALS WEEK SPONSORS ROLE REVERSAL 
NEWBORN CARE THREATENED — STUDY 
CURIfrjjj tut p£^ 

HOSPITAL'S CARD PROJECT AIMED AT CHILDREN'S NEEDS 

H^^ChIaWT^CTRONIC MAIL COMES TO 'NORTH POLE' 
PILLOWS FOR INFANTS 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, PSYCHIATRIC BUILDING ^^ 

SEEl^SO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, NEUROPSYCHIATRY CENTER 
FATE OF NCMH FUNDING REQUESTS UNCERTAIN - MUNSON 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, RATES 

NCMH CARE COSTS MIXED _,__ ______ 

NCMH INCREASES RATES FOR ROOMS, OTHER SERVICES 
N.C. MEMORIAL'S RATES INCREASE 9.2X ON JULY 1 
DUKE HOSPITAL ROOM RATE TO HIT $335 PER DAY 

N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, SMOKING REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

N ' C * ^KySt^TK^unteer Bruges E*_KGENCY ROOM... GAP 
N.C. MEMORIAL hospital, waste disposal 

MEDICAL WASTE FIRM CONSIDERS CHATHAM SITE 
UNC PONDERS TRANSPORTING WASTE TO S.C. 
HOSPITALS HANDLE WASTES PROPERLY— STUDY 

N.C. MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 
BUSINESS PROPHET SEES U.S. STAR RISING 

' HENDERSON MAN IS MILITIA LT. COLONEL 

N.C. MOTOR SPEEDWAY 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING ___ 

N.C. MOTOR SPEEDWAY REWING UP FOR RACE ___ a _ 
MARTIN CASTS ASIDE DOUBTS FOR FIRST CHECKERED FLAG 

N.C. MUSEUM AT DUKE HOMESTEAD HISTORIC SITE 
SEE DUKE HOMESTEAD STATE HISTORIC SITE 

N.C. MUSEUM OF ART 

BIDDLE «UJW T ISST«P TO REMOVE UNSEEN BARRIER BETWEEN PE0P1E, 
DOUGHERTY WEAVES WORK FOR MUSEUM 

IN Y HTO F IM^f NAMLW MONROE PROVES TO BE MORE THAN THE SUM OF HER.., 
ART MUSEUM AWASH — WITH WATERCOLORS ATm ^ _____ 

LECTURE SERIES OFFERS LOOK AT AMERICAN WATERCOLORISTS 

EXHIBITsfATttENEUM'S AGE-OLD. AGELESS ART; NEW PAINTINGS BY GINA GILMOUR 

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

ARTIST TO DISCUSS WORKS AT NX. MUSEUM OF ART 

EXHIBIT FOCUSES ON CHANGING ROLES OF BLACKS 

EXHIBIT SHOUS A MERGING OF ART WITH REAL WORLD 

FOLK ART ADDED ENJOYMENT TO EVERYDAY LIFE IN 1800S 

N^C.SM tTfLW&ES BY 2 TAR HEEL FILM^ERS 
THE INSIDE SCOOP ON 'OUTSIDER' ART/TUESDAY TALK 

^^S^S^Sj^SE GAP BETWEEN ARTIST. PUBLIC 
BOYD NAMED AS CHIEF DESIGNER FOR ART MUSEUM 



CHH 1 3/16/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 



3/17/1989 
8/03/1989 
11/29/1989 
CHH 1 11/30/1989 
CHH 1 12/11/1989 
CHH 1 12/13/1989 
CHH 1 12/15/1989 



N C62 
N 
N 
N 

N D38 
N S17 
P L38 



CHH 1 7/03/1989 A 1 N M20 



CHH 1 5/06/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/09/1989 A 

H 2 5/10/1989 C 

H 2 5/17/1989 C 



CHH 1 2/14/1989 A 
. CHH 1 6/27/1989 A 



1 C N L90 
1 N L90 
3 P N L90 
3 C N 



3 N L90 
1 P N L90 



CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 1 P N S17 



CHH 1 5/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/22/1989 A 



1 N M25 
1 N L90 
9 N 



H 2 3/10/1989 B 8 P N K65 



H 1 7/11/1989 B 1 P N H60 



2 10/22/1989 C 2 U M98 
2 10/23/1989 B 2 P N M64 



1/05/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/20/1989 
2/09/1989 
3/03/1989 
3/09/1989 
3/09/1989 _ 
3/10/198? D 
4/20/1989 D 
5/14/1989 E 
5/18/1989 D 
6/04/1989 E 
7/06/1989 D 
7/07/1989 D 
7/16/1989 
8/01/1989 
9/07/1989 
10/29/1989 
10/30/1989 



15 
11 
6 
3 
8 
6 



G68 



L59 
G59 

N 659 

R G68 

N 

N 

F 

R 

F 

N 

N 

U W15 

F 

U G68 

U W66 



G59 

G68 
G59 



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CLEARING THE RECORD 

N.C. HUSEUH OF ART, ATTENDANCE 

ART MUSUEM SETS ATTENDANCE RECORD 

N.C. MUSEUM OF HISTORY 

QUILTERS TAKE A STITCH IN TIME 

MUSEUM OF HISTORY SORTS PRESENT FOR FUTURE 

N.C. MUSEUM OF HISTORY ASSOCIATES 
SEE ALSO N.C, HISTORY 
MUSEUM OF HISTORY ASSOCIATES KICK OFF MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN 



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H 


2 12/02/1989 A 


2 N 


S 


2 1/17/1989 A 


3 N 


S 
H 


2 5/25/1989 D 
2 9/03/1989 E 


9 P N 
8 P R 668 



S 2 9/29/1989 B 2 P F 



N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE 

SEE ALSO FUNFEST (N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE) 

DINOSAUR ART; LIKE ALMOST EVERYTHING ELSE TO DO WITH DINOS, IT'S POPULAR H 2 

SCIENCE WONDER S 2 

'POSSUM HUNT AT THE MUSEUM? S 2 

RACCOON-OITERING S 2 

MUSEUM OFFER HANDS-ON PROGRAMS S 2 

MUSEUM MOVE IS RISKY H 2 

MUSEUM BACKING NOT SO SKIMPY H 2 

MUSEUM TRAIN GETS ON TRACK S 2 

PULLING STRINGS S 2 

WHEEL MATCHERS S 2 

CLICKING ON ALL CYLINDERS S 2 

DURHAM'S N.C. LIFE AND SCIENCE MUSEUM MULLS MERGER H 2 

SCIENCE MUSEUM CONSIDERS MERGER S 2 

TRIANGLE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM IS STILL IN PLANNING STAGES S 2 

CHAPEL HILL FAVORS MUSEUM MERGER S 2 

MUSEUM SHOULD RECALL SUPPORT OF TAXPAYERS S 2 

IN CONTROL S 2 

JOINT MUSEUM POSES QUESTIONS OF FUNDING S 2 

MUSEUM MERGER IDEA HAS MERIT H 2 

JULIAN 'IDEA GUY' FOR MUSEUM PLAN S 2 

FORMER BOARD MEMBER AGAINST MUSEUM MERGER H 2 

DURHAM MUSEUM BOARD TO DISCUSS MERGER S 2 

MUSEUM BOARD REVIEUS PLAN FOR MERGER, DELAYS DECISION H 2 

MUSEUM BOARD SETS HEARING FOR COMMENTS ON MERGER S 2 

SATURDAY'S FUNFEST TO BENEFIT MUSEUM H 2 

TESTING, TESTING... S 2 

POLITICAL GROUP VOTES AGAINST DOWNTOWN MUSEUM MOVE S 2 

MEETING IS TONIGHT ON MUSEUM MERGER S 2 

MUSEUM MERGER TIED TO DOWNTOWN BRANCH H 2 

MUSEUM MERGER VOTE COULD COME TUESDAY S 2 

DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL MUSEUMS VOTE MERGER H 2 

MUSEUM MERGER COMPLETION DUE NEXT MONTH S 2 

QUESTIONS UNANSWERED ON MUSEUMS' MERGER S 2 

HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE WITH NATURE S 2 

LIFE, SCIENCE MUSEUM OFFERS SWAMP TROMP H 2 

OFF TO THE SWAMP... /TUESDAY TALK H 2 

LIFE & SCIENCE MUSEUM BOARD APPROVES MERGER H 2 

MUSEUM'S MAN-MADE WATERFALL H 1 

MUSEUM STARTS MOON LANDING WEEK TODAY H 2 

BUSY NOZZLE S 2 

BOND HEARING TARGETS MUSEUM MOVE S 2 

MUSEUM PROGRAM LETS FAMILIES LEARN ABOUT SCIENCE TOGETHER S 2 

MUSEUM OFFERS NASA'S LIVE NEPTUNE SHOW H 2 

FOR HER THE BELLS TOLL H 2 

HEAVY METAL? S 2 

DURHAM MUSEUM TO PILOT FAMILY SCIENCE PROGRAM H 2 

MUSEUM CONSULTANT TO BLEND AESTHETICS, SCIENCE IN EXHIBITS S 2 

'ARBOR' LABOR S 2 

SINGING THE BODY TECHNICAL; MUSEUM'S NEW SHOW CELEBRATES THE PHYSICAL H 2 

EXHIBIT OFFERS NEW DIMENSION TO THE HUMAN BODY S 2 

'BODYTECH' EXHIBIT DRAWS AAHHS AT MUSEUM H 2 

INDECISION HURTS MUSEUM H 2 

LOOSE CABOOSE S 2 

MUSEUM'S MS. SEARLES NAMED TO U.S. PANEL H 2 

HELPING HANDS S 2 



1/06/1989 D 
1/14/1989 A 
1/16/1989 C 
1/18/1989 C 
1/24/1989 B 
1/25/1989 A 
2/07/1989 
2/17/1989 
3/04/1989 
3/29/1989 
4/01/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/10/1989 
4/10/1989 
4/10/1989 
4/10/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/12/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/26/1989 B 
4/28/1989 D 
5/03/1989 A 
5/15/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/19/1989 
5/19/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/27/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/11/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/28/1989 B 
6/30/1989 C 
7/15/1989 B 
7/20/1989 C 
7/25/1989 A 
8/12/1989 C 
8/15/1989 B 
8/19/1989 C 
8/19/1989 C 
8/22/1989 B 
8/26/1989 C 
9/04/1989 C 
9/29/1989 D 
9/29/1989 C 
9/30/1989 C 
10/25/1989 A 
10/27/1989 C 
10/30/1989 B 
10/30/1989 C 



1 
1 
1 
4 
4 
6 

5 P 
1 P 
5 P 



F W66 
P S73 
P S73 
P S73 



S27 



T32 
T37 
T37 
N S69 
N M06 
N M06 
N M06 
E 

P P K30 
N H65 
E 

N M06 
N C60 

P N M06 
N C60 
N M06 

M N 

P P 
N M06 
N M06 
N 

N M06 
N C60 
N M06 
E 

P P M66 

P N C60 

P U WIS 
N C60 

P P T37 
N 

P P S76 

P N H65 
N M06 
N 



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M66 



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W66 

N C61 

N K65 

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P C45 
N N36 
P R56 



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SMILING ANIMAL HEADS 
MOVING DAY 
FAST FRIENDS 

N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE, ANIMAL HABITAT 

TLT UTR HOVE 

SECOND GRADE/LIFE «, SCIENCE MUSEUM HOLDS SNEAK PREVIEWS 
MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE/A GRAND WEEKEND FOR A GRAND OPENING 

NATURE CENTH^GRAND OPENING DRAWS LARGE MUSEUM CROWDS 
6,000 FLOCK TO MUSEUM CENTER OPENING 

N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE, BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
MUSEUM BOARD NAMES NEW PRESIDENT 

"* S^ ££S M^'DR^PLAUNCHED FCK *4 MILLION EXPANSION 
NON-PROFIT AGENCIES VIE FOR COUNTY FUNDS 

N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE, CONSTRUCTION 

S^nTING J TH€ G MuK TWO SITES, OR ONE? THE DEBATE CONTINUES 

HOW MUSEUmWd REACHED AGREEMENT ON PLAN FOR TWO CAMPUSES 

S g^^^W5B»* *4 MILLION EXPANSION 
GOING AFTER 'TWO GREAT MUSEUMS' ___ 
MUSEUM'S FUND DRIVE WILL PAY BIG DIVIDENDS 
NATIONAL FUND-RAISER IN LIMBO FOR MUSEUM 
A LITMUS TEST FOR THE MUSEUM __„ urrOT1 

^ ^Ts^2ITlL?K S pS BB AT AMERICAN TOBACCO, 
EDITORIALS EXAGGERATED PUBLIC COSTS IN AMERICAN PROJECT 

N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE, EMPLOYEES 
MUSEUM HIRES FINANCE OFFICER 

N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE, RBffEST 

SEE FUNFEST (N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE) 

N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE, GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 

MUSEUM BEGINS FUND DRIVE, PLANS RENOVATION „ _ AX „ Tml 

LIFE i SCIENCE MUSEUM FUND DRIVE LAUNCHED FOR $4 MILLION EXPANSION 

GOING AFTER 'TWO GREAT MUSEUMS' nmtrmmB 

MUSEUM'S FUND DRIVE WILL PAY BIG DIVIDENDS 

CCB GIFT PUTS MUSEUM NEARER GOAL 

CCB GIVES ♦50,000 TO MUSEUM FUND DRIVE 

NATIONAL FUND-RAISER IN LIMBO FOR MUSEUM 

ALDRIDGES PLEDGE MUSEUM FUNDS 

A LITMUS TEST FOR THE MUSEUM 

ARCHITECTURAL FIRM GIVES MUSEUM FUNDS 

MUSEUM HALF WAY TO $1.5 MILLION GOAL FOR DOWNTOWN SITE 

MUSEUM HALFWAY TOWARD FUND GOAL 

LIFE SffiKIENcf & GETS M.5 MILLION CHALLENGE 

N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE, GRANTS 

EDGEMONT CENTER, MUSEUM GET CARNEGIE GRANT 
MUSEUM IN DURHAM GETS GRANT 

MUSEUM, BOTANICAL GARDEN GET GRANTS _ «««.„, 
DURHAM MUSEUM GETS GRANT TO HELP CLASSES, PROGRAMS 

N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE, SANTA TRAIN 
WAIT A MINUTE 

N.C. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 
SEE ALSO NCM DEVELOPMENT GROUP 
MAGAZINE? N.C. MUTUAL AMONG BEST EMPLOYERS 
CAUTION RAISED ON BALLPARK 
N.C. MUTUAL SLOWS BALLPARK PLAN 



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10/26/1989 C 


1 P P T37 


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2 11/02/1989 B 


1 P N C60 


H 


2 11/03/1989 D 


24 P F M60 


H 


2 11/03/1989 D 


26 P P C45 


H 


2 11/06/1989 B 


1 N 


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2 11/06/1989 A 


3 N H65 


H 


2 


5/27/1989 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/08/1989 A 


1 C N C60 


S 


2 


6/14/1989 B 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 


1/06/1989 C 


1 P P T37 


H 


2 


1/15/1989 E 


1 P F S56 


S 


2 


2/10/1989 C 


1 P P T37 


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2 


2/12/1989 D 


5 P U 


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3/07/1989 A 


1 N M06 


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3/08/1989 A 


1 C N C60 


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3/10/1989 A 


4 E 


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2 


3/10/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/23/1989 C 


3 N 


H 


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5/24/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/28/1989 B 


5 N C60 


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8/20/1989 D 


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3/07/1989 
3/08/1989 
3/10/1989 
3/10/1989 
4/06/1989 
4/08/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/24/1989 
6/09/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/16/1989 B 
7/25/1989 A 
11/30/1989 C 



1 N M06 
1 C N C60 
4 E 

E 

N M06 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N M06 

N 

N 

N C60 



2 3/31/1989 C 

2 4/14/1989 A 

2 5/25/1989 B 

2 7/10/1989 A 



1 N 

1 N H65 

2 N 
1 N 



S 2 12/15/1989 C 1 P P K30 



H 


9 

L. 


1/19/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


2/21/1989 A 


1 


N S69 


S 


2 


2/21/1989 A 


1 


N H70 



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N.C. MUTUAL (AD) 



A SOLVABLE PROBLEM 

CITY 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 

WOLFF CALLS BALLPARK KEY TO REVITALIZATION 

PLAN MAY CLEAR WAY FOR GLAXO DOWNTOWN 

CHEERS FOR THE CHAMPS 

90 YEARS AGO, A COMPANY WITH A SOUL.. .WAS 

BASEBALL STADIUM OPTIONS 

FIRM HONORS MUTUAL 

THAT SPELLS RELIEF 

CONTRIBUTION RECOGNIZED 

N.C. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., HISTORY 
BLACK-OWNED N.C. MUTUAL PROSPERS 

N.C. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., SALES AND EARNINGS 
N.C. MUTUAL EXPERIENCES 'MIXED RESULTS' 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

NCNB TO TEST LAND AT MONK INSTITUTE SITE 

CITY SAYS BANK WOULD PAY FOR TANK REMOVAL 

TEST RESULTS ON JAZZ SITE EXPECTED IN TWO WEEKS 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX UP 0.3X/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 

NCNB ON THE MOVE 

BANK EXECUTIVE: SCHOOLS MUST STRESS 3 P'S 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

PLAZA PLANNED TO TOP NCNB PARKING DECK 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK (WOODCROFT) 
NCNB ON THE MOVE 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK CORP. 
SEE N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

N.C. NATIONAL GUARD 

FUNDS SOUGHT FOR N.C. GUARD TO GET INVOLVED IN DRUG WAR 
SO FEW BLACK OFFICERS IN N.C. GUARD SPARKS PROBE 
LEADER OF THE OLD 30TH DIVISION PROUD OF ITS HISTORY 
NATIONAL GUARD UNIT REUNION RECALLS 'WAR, RUMORS OF WAR' 
NATIONAL GUARD GETS $2 MILLION FOR DRUG ERADICATION 

N.C. NATURAL HERITAGE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO WILDERNESS AREAS, N.C. 
FOREST TO RECEIVE OFFICIAL PROTECTION 

N.C. NATURE CONSERVANCY 

HARDEE'S GIVING $50,000 TO NATURE CONSERVANCY 
CONSERVATIONISTS BID ON THE FUTURE 
AGREEMENT TO PROTECT 1,000- YEAR-OLD TREES 

N.C. NETWORK FOR ANIMALS INC. 
SEE ALSO ANIMAL RIGHTS 
SEE ALSO ANIMALS, MEDICAL RESEARCH 

TERRIBLE TED THE BEAR WRESTLING AGAIN 

ANIMAL ACTIVISTS TURN UP HEAT ON UNC 

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

ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUPS PLAN CANDLELIGHT VIGIL AT CHANCELLOR'S HOME 

FESTIVAL CELEBRATES HUMANE TREATMENT OF ANIMALS 

UNC FIGHTS FIRMER LAB ANIMAL RULES 

SHAMPOO AND RINSE FOR MAN'S BEST FRIEND 

NETWORK FOR ANIMALS PLANS MALL DEMONSTRATION 

DEMONSTRATION HELD IN DURHAM TO OBSERVE 'FUR-FREE FRIDAY' 



— DATE- 

2/23/1989 

2/28/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/01/1989 
3/02/1989 
3/02/1989 
3/02/1989 
3/02/1989 
3/03/1989 
3/04/1989 
3/10/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/24/1989 
5/19/1989 
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1 N 
1 M N S69 
1 N S69 
4 E 
4 L 
1 P N H70 
1 N S69 
4 E 
1 P N H70 



1 

1 P 
12 D 
4 
4 

9 P 
3 P 



N H70 

P T32 

A 

E 

N 

P 

P 



S76 
T32 



S 2 4/19/1989 F 4 P F M06 



H 2 4/30/1989 D 6 N 



1/25/1989 A 
1/26/1989 C 
2/21/1989 B 
3/25/1989 A 
9/17/1989 F 
11/09/1989 C 



N H70 

N 

N 
P N 

P P T37 
P N Yll 



CHH 1 11/30/1989 A 1 N M70 
H 2 9/17/1989 F 1 P P T37 



H 


2 1/11/1989 D 


4 N 


H 


2 2/26/1989 B 


7 N 


H 


2 4/16/1989 B 


6 P U L57 


S 


2 9/16/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 12/15/1989 A 


9 N 



CHH 1 6/05/1989 A 1 N S17 



H 1 7/15/1989 C 


2 N H60 


CHH 1 9/23/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 12/29/1989 C 


3 N H65 


H 2 1/18/1989 D 


10 N 


CHH 1 2/10/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 2/24/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 4/25/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


S 2 7/25/1989 B 


1 P F G59 


CHH 1 7/27/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 7/31/1989 A 


3 P P T44 


H 2 11/22/1989 C 


2 N S69 


H 2 11/25/1989 C 


1 P N S69 



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N.C. NURSES EXAM _ 
SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF NURSING 
SEE ALSO NURSES, N.C. „, 

SCHOOL MAINTAINS HIGH RATE ON NURSING EXAM 

NCCU MEETS NURSING STANDARDS 

N.C. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH PROJECT (N-COSH) __,,__ 
PANEL VOTES TO CONTINUE STATE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY PROGRAM 

$T\$-&Wo B? ^TEET^iTrSA^O^SAFETY FOB* 

NlC< bSUdItrTSiIt^^^INGS AGEKCY OF INKPENieCE 

HEARING OFFICE MUST REMAIN INDEPENDENT 

AGENCY DIRECTOR PLANS TO LEAVE HIS JOB IN JUNE 

N.C. OFFICE OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C. 
NUMBER OF HOME-ESS INCREASING IN COUNTY 

N.C. OFFICE OF SOLICITATION LICENSING 

SEE ALSO CHARITIES 

SEE ALSO TELEPHONE SOLICITATION 

TAYLOR TAKES AIM AT DOOR-TO-DOOR SALES 

m,c seealm BKrawsnw Of ADULT PROBATION and paroles 

SEE ALSO PAROLE 
INSIGHT/N.C. PRISON MESS NOT EASILY FIXED 
DRUG DEALERS SHOULD STAY IN N.C. PRISONS 
LEGISLATION ENACTED ON INMATE RELEASES 
KEEPING DRUG DEALERS IN PRISON GOOD MOVE 
MANY PRISONERS SERVE ONLY FRACTION OF TERMS 
N.C. UANTS TO FREE DURHAM OFFICER'S KILLER UTn _ A „ 7 ., 
GOV. MARTIN CALLS MCCOMBS' PAROLE DECISION 'A MISlAKE' 
OFFICER'S KIN RAPS PAROLE COMMISSION 
OFFICER'S KIN RAPS PAROLE COMMISSION 
MCCOMBS PLANS TO STAY IN CHARLOTTE, ATTORNEY SAYS 
PAROLE COMMISSION ERRS .. 

RELEASING KILLER SENDS WRONG MESSAGE 
CONVICTED MURDERER MAY LEAVE JAIL SATURDAY 
GULLEY, ROYAL OPPOSE RELEASE 
MCCOMBS CALLED VALUED WORKER 
MOST PRISONERS GET EARLY PAROLE^ 

POLICE KILLERS SHOULD NOT GET FREEDOM EARLY _----. 
GARDNER TELLS RALLY AT NORTHERN HIGH HE'LL TRY TO HALT MCCOMBS' 
GARDNER TO OFFER EVIDENCE TO BLOCK PAROLE 
JUDGE! PAROLE BOARD DIDN'T WEIGH EVIDENCE 
MCCOMBS PUT ON PAROLE DESPITE GARDNER'S PLEA 
nCCOKBS PUT ON PAROLE DESPITE GARDNER'S FLEA 
SLAIN OFFICER'S BROTHER SEEKS PAROLE^E^LANATION 
MCCOMBS CASE GENERATING HEAVY-DUTY POLITICAL REACTIONS 
KEEPING JUSTICE A SECRET 
PAROLE DEMONSTRATES COMPASSION 
KILLER'S PAROLE SHOULD SPUR CHANGES IN LAWS 
PAROLE BOARD FREES ACCUSED DEPUTY KILLER 
VICTIM'S WIDOW CRITICIZES PAROLE 
MAY PAROLEE WAS CONVICTED IN CASE WHERE DEPUTY KILLED 
LEARY DIDN'T KNOW OF GLENN'S PAROLE 
VICTIM'S DAUGHTER OPPOSES PAROLE IN MURDER CASE 
PAROLE BOARD DEFENDS ACTION OF RELEASING GLENN 
STEPHENS CHOSE NOT TO OPEN PAROLE HEARING 
DA UANTS PUBLIC PAROLE HEARINGS 
DA'S PAROLE ACTION SMACKS OF POLITICS 
PUBLIC PAROLE REVIEWS WOULD CREATE NIGHTMARE 
MCCOMBS DESERVES HIS PAROLE _ ^„^ T1L - 
COLOMBO: OPEN PAROLE HEARINGS HME-CONSUMINb ^ TVlro 
pSdLE OFFICIALS DON'T HAVE TO ALLOW PUBLIC HEARINGS 
DISTRICT ATTORNEY SEEKS CHANGES IN PAROLE LAWS 



H 1 1/13/1989 C 1 N 
S 2 9/01/1989 A 1 N S92 



H 2 4/05/1989 B 7 N 
H 2 4/23/1989 B 4 N A54 
H 2 4/29/1989 B 4 N 



H 2 4/14/1989 C 1 N L40 
S 2 4/15/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 5/18/1989 A 18 N 



CHH 1 3/30/1989 A 1 N M20 



CHH 1 10/08/1989 A 3 N 



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1/01/1989 
1/30/1989 
2/01/1989 
2/06/1989 
2/15/1989 
11/27/1989 
11/29/1989 
11/29/1989 
11/29/1989 
11/30/1989 
11/30/1989 
11/30/1989 
11/30/1989 
11/30/1989 
11/30/1989 
11/30/1989 
11/30/1989 
12/01/1989 
12/01/1989 
12/01/1989 
12/02/1989 
12/02/1989 
12/02/1989 
12/03/1989 . 
12/03/1989 D 
12/03/1989 D 
12/04/1989 
12/07/1989 
12/07/1989 
12/08/1989 
12/08/1989 
12/09/1989 
12/11/1989 
12/15/1989 
12/15/1989 
12/18/1989 
12/20/1989 
12/20/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/28/1989 
12/29/1989 



U L40 
E 
N 
E 
N 

N B53 
N L40 
N S82 
N S22 
N 
E 
E 

N B53 
N E33 
N 

N B53 
E 

N 522 
N B53 
N F53 
N S22 
N L40 
N C61 
U L40 
E 
U 
E 

N B53 
N B53 
N 

N B53 
N 

N B53 
N S82 
N B53 
E 

N S82 
L 

N B53 
N B53 
N B53 



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PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW WHY PAROLES GRANTED 

N.C. PEDIATRIC SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, N.C. 
SYMPOSIUM FOCUSES ON ISSUES AFFECTING CHILDREN 

N.C. PEOPLE (TV SERIES) 

FRIDAY'S 'PEOPLE' MOVING TO RTP 
HITCHINGS ON TV 

JOSEPH BRYAN WILL BE ON 'N.C. PEOPLE' 
MILLAR TO SPEAK ON UNC TALK SHOW 

N.C. PESTICIDE COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO PESTICIDES 

TOUGH PESTICIDE RULES OFFER BETTER PROTECTION 






N.C. PETROLEUM MARKETERS ASSOCIATION 
PROGRAM AIDS FAULTY-TANK OWNERS 

N.C. POETRY SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO POETRY 
PROSE, POETRY WRITERS CAPTIVATE AUDIENCES IN VARIED LITERARY EVENTS 
TAR HEEL WRITERS TURNING OUT QUANTITIES OF GOOD MATERIAL 
S.C. POET LAUREATE BENNIE SINCLAIR OPENS FALL ACTIVITY AT WEYMOUTH 
POET LAUREATE FESTIVAL ATTRACTS TOPS IN FIELD FOR OCT. EVENT AT DUKE 
N.C. WILL BE HOST TO 4 PULIT2ER PRIZE WINNING AUTHORS 
'WHO SAID IT WAS DEAD?' 



N.C. POLICE EXECUTIVE ASSOCIATION 

•FOUNDING FATHER' OF LAW ENFORCEMENT 

N.C. POLL 

SEE CAROLINA POLL 

N.C. POVERTY PROJECT 
SEE ALSO POVERTY 
EXPERT: CHURCHES NOT FIGHTING POVERTY 
COMMISSIONERS SEEK PUBLIC'S ASSISTANCE IN BATTLING POVERTY 

N.C. PRESS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
SEE ALSO N.C. PRESS CLUB 

PRESS GROUP ASKS MAVRETIC TO GIVE DETAILS OF PACT 

TWO STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS CAPTURE TOP N.C. PRIZES 

3 ON SUN STAFF WIN PRESS AWARDS 

FORMER BUREAUCRAT TELLS EDITORS HOW TO 'JOIN 'EM' 

ROBESONIAN EDITOR TELLS JOURNALISTS 'INSIDE STORY' OF HOSTAGE INCIDENT 

PROVISION OPPOSED BY PRESS GROUP REMAINS IN BILL ON NEWSPAPERS' ... 

LOBBYIST SAYS BILL ON OPEN MEETINGS IS IN TROUBLE 

SUIT SEEKS DETAILS ON COMMISSION'S STUDY OF N.C. STATE 

N.C. PRESS CLUB 

SEE ALSO N.C. PRESS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO REPORTERS, N.C. 

HERALD WRITERS RECEIVE AWARDS 

SUN WRITERS SNAP UP PRESS CLUB CONTEST AWARDS 

N.C. PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHERS, N.C. 

HERALD CO. PHOTOGRAPHER CITED 

HERALD PHOTOGRAPHER WINS PRESS AWARD 

N.C. PRIMARY READING PROGRAM 
SEE READING 

N.C. PRISONER LEGAL SERVICES (DURHAM, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO PRISONERS, N.C. 
DURHAM COUNTY JAIL SUIT SETTLED 
CONSENT ORDER SETS JAIL-CAPACITY 'TARGETS' 



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2 2/09/1989 A 12 N 



CHH 1 1/14/1989 A 

S 2 6/19/1989 A 

S 2 8/03/1989 D 

CHH 1 8/15/1989 A 



S 2 1/03/1989 A 
S 2 8/31/1989 A 



1 P 
8 P 
10 
3 



1/22/1989 D 
5/14/1989 D 
9/03/1989 D 
9/17/1989 D 
10/01/1989 E 
10/08/1989 B 



2 12/04/1989 A 
2 12/05/1989 C 



2 7/06/1989 A 
2 7/06/1989 C 



N L90 
P 
N 
N 



4 E 
1 N S78 



U H45 
U H45 
U H45 
N 

F H45 
P T32 



CHH 1 7/01/1989 A 3 P N M70 



CHH 1 4/23/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 11/28/1989 A 


3 N M25 


H 2 1/23/1989 B 


6 N 


H 2 1/27/1989 C 


1 P N T44 


S 2 1/27/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 2 1/28/1989 D 


4 N 


CHH 1 1/28/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


H 2 4/26/1989 C 


1 N L40 


H 2 5/31/1989 C 


6 N 


H 2 10/24/1989 B 


1 N 



H 2 3/19/1989 B 1 N 
S 2 3/20/1989 C 1 P N 



8 N 
8 P N 



N S82 
N B53 



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N.C. PUBLIC SCHOOL FORUH _ u „ 
SEE PUBLIC SCHOOL FORUH OF N.C. 

N.C. PUBLIC SERVICE CO. _ M „ 
SEE PUBLIC SERVICE CO. OF N.C. 

N.C. PUBLIC TELEVISION FOUNDATION 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF nTc. CENTER FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION 
N.C. PUBLIC TV FCtWDATION UORKS TO TUNE IN LEGISLATIVE SUPPORT 

N.C. RATING BUREAU _ rw/ , 

SEE N.C. INSURANCE RATING BUREAU 

N.C. REAL ESTATE LICENSING BOARD 
SEE ALSO LICENSING BOARDS 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS _„.„ 
BROKER, SALESMAN LOSE NORTH CAROLINA LICENSES 

N.C. REGISTRY OF THE INTERPRETERS FOR THE DEAF 
SEE DEAF 

N.C. SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION 

1 ALSO SlI: H±, BOARDS OF EDUCATION 
CITY EDUCATORS TO READY LEGISLATIVE WISH LIST 

N.C, SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS 

SEE ALSO MATHEMATICS ^ im _ p 

WHERE KINDERGARTEN, 12TH GRADE MEET 

NCSSM STUDENTS MAKE THEIR OWN NEWS 

IN A LAB YOU EXPERIENCE SCIENCE „-„„,, 

MATH SCHOOL HAND CARVES A NEW MISSION STATEMENT 

MATH SCHOOL OPENS WITH MOST STUDENTS 

CLASSES BEGIN FOR 550 SCIENCE, MATH STUDENTS 

SSTUDENT^'PRIZE KctCOULD HELP FEED SPACE TRAVELERS 
S OF SCIENCE AND MATH DISPLAYS CIRCUIT BOARD ART 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ADMINISTRATION 
N.C. MATH SCHOOL PROMOTES ITS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ADMISSIONS 

SEEALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ENROLLMENT 
SEE ALSO n!c: SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, STUDENTS 

NCSSM PICKS NEXT JUNIOR CLASS „ 

PUPILS ACCEPTED FOR JUNIOR CLASS AT MATH SCHOOL 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, BUDGET mumnlB 
SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL Of SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, DONATIONS 
SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND IW™nra»H*ROLLMENT 

MINORITY RECRUITER SLOT IN NCSSM'S FORCED BUDGET CUTS 

MATH SCHOOL ASKS MORE MONEY FOR TEACHER PAY 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS ««-_- 
MATH SCHOOL TEAM UINS U.S. CONTEST 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, CONFERENCES 
PHYSICS TEACHERS TO ATTEND DURHAM CONFERENCE 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, CONSTRUCTION 
WORKER LIFTED FROM MANHOLE 
MATH SCHOOL GETS NEW GYM 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, raURTYARD 
SCHOOL'S COURTYARD A FAVORITE SPRINGTIME SPOT 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, DIRECTOR'S OFFICE 



CHH 1 2/05/1989 A 1 N L90 



H 2 A/11/1989 F 1 N 



CHH 1 3/06/1989 A 3 N L90 



H 


2 4/19/1989 C 


1 P P T37 


H 


2 5/13/1989 B 


1 P U K30 


H 


2 7/08/1989 B 


1 P U K30 


S 


2 8/17/1989 B 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 8/21/1989 C 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 8/22/1989 B 


1 P N C47 


H 


2 10/28/1989 B 


1 P P T37 


H 


2 10/30/1989 B 


1 P N K65 


H 


2 11/14/1989 A 


6 P F U15 



S 2 6/17/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 5/25/1989 C 14 N 
S 2 5/26/1989 A 2 N 



H 2 3/04/1989 C 1 N J40 
S 2 12/01/1989 C 1 N Yll 



S 2 6/22/1989 A 1 N S92 

H 2 4/04/1989 C 2 N 

H 2 2/14/1989 C 1 P P T37 

S 2 8/23/1989 A 1 P N S92 

H 2 4/24/1989 C 1 P N J40 



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51 APPLY FOR NCSSM POST AS DEADLINE NEARS 

EILBER NAMED DIRECTOR OF U.S. SCIENCE PROGRAM 

10 CANDIDATES REMAIN FOR MATH SOOT. HEAD 

INTERVIEWS TO BEGIN IN HUNT FOR HEAD OF MATH SCHOOL 

SCIENCE, MATH SCHOOL BOARD PLANS SESSION WITH SEARCH PANEL 

TEXAS CANDIDATE FOR N.C. SCHOOL JOB VISITS AREA CAMPUS 

TEXAN IS TOP CONTENDER FOR SCIENCE AND MATH SCHOOL DIRECTOR'S JOB 

SCIENCE & MATH SCHOOL SELECTS FRIEBRICK 

DIRECTOR APPOINTED FOR SCIENCE SCHOOL 

SCHOOL TO HONOR DEPARTING DIRECTOR 

MATH SCHOOL HEAD LEAVING 'VERY BIG FOOTPRINTS' 

DEPARTING DIRECTOR URGES MATH GRABS TO SET GOALS 

A MODEL FOR LEADERSHIP; CHARLES EILBER ON CUTTING EDGE IN SCHOOLS... 

INSIGHT/KEEPING THE BALL ROLLING/DEPARTING NCSSM HEAD OPTIMISTIC ON... 

NEW MATH SCHOOL HEAD SLASHES THROUGH PAPER JUNGLE 

LOOKIN' TOUGH 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, DONATIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, BUDGET 
SCHOOL'S COURTYARD A FAVORITE SPRINGTIME SPOT 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, DORMITORIES 
SECOND DECADE BEGINS WITH NEW DORM 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, EMPLOYEES 

MINORITY RECRUITER SLOT IN NCSSM 'S FORCED BUDGET CUTS 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ENROLLMENT 

SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ADMISSIONS 
SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, STUDENTS 
CLASSES BEGIN FOR 550 SCIENCE, MATH STUDENTS 

N.C, SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, FACULTY 
MATH SCHOOL ASKS MORE MONEY FOR TEACHER PAY 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, FACULTY, SALARIES 
EILBER5 MATH SCHOOL FACULTY NEEDS RAISE 
STATE FUNDS NOT WAY TO STOP FACULTY DRAIN 
WORK BY MATH SCHOOL FACULTY JUSTIFIES LARGE SALARY BOOST 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, GIFTS 

SEE N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, DONATIONS 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, GOALS AND PLANNING 
MATH SCHOOL HAND CARVES A NEW MISSION STATEMENT 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, GRADUATION 
MATH GRADS WILL HEAR EILBER SPEAK 
EILBER, 193 GRADS BID NCSSM FAREUELL 
DEPARTING DIRECTOR URGES MATH GRABS TO SET GOALS 
HEATED-UP GRADUATES 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, GRANTS 
CARNEGIE CORP. AWARDS GRANTS 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, GYMNASIUM 
MATH SCHOOL GETS NEW GYM 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, HISTORY 
SCIENCE SCHOOL DESTINED TO SHINE 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, LAUNDRY 
MATH SCHOOL GETS NEW GYM 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, MINORITIES 
MATH SCHOOL AIMS TO DOUBLE MINORITY PUPILS 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, SECOND DECADE STUDY 
BOARD TO MEET 



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



1/13/1989 

1/27/1989 

3/02/1989 

3/16/1989 

4/09/1989 

4/18/1989 

4/20/1989 

4/24/1989 

4/25/1989 

5/25/1989 B 

5/26/1989 C 

5/29/1989 

6/01/1989 

6/11/1989 

7/27/1989 



1 N J40 
1 P N S92 



7/29/1989 B 



N J40 

N 
P N 

N J40 

N J40 
P N S92 
P N J40 

N 
P N S92 
P N S92 

E 
P F A20 
P N S92 
P P C45 



H 2 4/24/1989 C 1 P N J40 

S 2 9/08/1989 A 12 P U 

H 2 3/04/1989 C 1 N J40 

H 2 8/22/1989 B 1 P N C47 

S 2 12/01/1989 C 1 N Yll 



S 2 2/01/1989 A 1 N M06 
S 2 2/04/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 2/10/1989 A 4 L 



S 2 8/17/1989 B 1 P N S92 



S 
H 
S 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 


5/27/1989 A 
5/28/1989 B 
5/29/1989 C 
6/03/1989 B 


1 N S92 
3 P N J40 
1 P N S92 
1 P P C45 


S 


2 


4/24/1989 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


8/23/1989 A 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 G 


7 P F S92 


s 


2 


8/23/1989 A 


1 P N S92 


s 


2 


9/08/1989 C 


1 N S92 


H 


2 


5/25/1989 B 


6 N 



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study: some math school pupils not ready 
report: school lacks clear view of mission 

n.c. school of science and mathematics, students 

SEEALSO N.CrSCWOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ADMISSIONS 
SEE ALSO NIC. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, ENROLLMENT 

SEMIFINALISTS NAMED IN SCIENCE COMPETITION 

NCSSM STUDENT FINALIST IN NATIONAL COMPETITION 

SCIENCE WHIZ-KID 

A SEA OF EXCITEMENT 

STUDENTS SNAP STAR SHOTS, TOUR EMBASSIES 

SCIENCE FINALIST 

F^clW/sSfoF^iE^^TH SCHOOL FAULTED 

ART WORK BY 3 NCSSM STUDENTS IN EXHIBITION 

TWO'S COMPANY 

MATH SCHOOL AIMS TO DOUBLE MINORITY PUPILS 

SCIENTIFIC ART 

N.C, SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
NEW TRUSTEES ARE SWORN IN 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 
NCSSM UNICORNS GET HOME COURT 

G^, S 5«eTraNG»ARK , UNIC0RNSi BULLDOGS RALLY TO DEFEAT E.E. 

UNICORNS GET REVENGE WITH VICTORY OVER CAVS 

UNICORNS RIP VIKINGS 

CONYERS' SHOT GIVES SOUTHERN WIN 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS SPORTS, BASKETBALL (GIRLS) 
UNICORN GIRLS CRUISE PAST SOUTHERN 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS SPORTS, SOCCER 
UNICORNS ANTICIPATE BIG BREAKTHROUGH 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS SPORTS, TRACK 
NC3SM BOYS' TEAM WINS CROSS COUNTRY TITLE 

N.C. SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 

SpEr E Cw3dUCTING PROBE OF DISSENSION AT N.C. SCHOOL OF ARTS 

CL^IC T BALLCT R MADE NEW IN NEWLY RENOVATED MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM 
SOVIET DRAMA GROUP WILL VISIT AT DUKE 

N.C. SCHOOL OF THE ARTS, CHANCELLOR 

nTsCHOOL OF ARTS CHANCELLOR RESIGNS 

LJTH TMQ TW PWTTP^T 

STUDENTS RALLY AGAINST ARTS SCHOOL CHANCELLOR 

N.C. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO SCIENCE 
SEE ALSO TECHNOLOGY 

GOVERNOR NAMES LITTLE TO BOARD 

MEMBERS APPOINTED TO N.C. SCIENCE BOARD 

N<C * KVR&nFW8Fw FOR SECRETARY OF STATE'S LAST DAY 
EIRE'S 52- YEAR TENURE ENDS WITH FAREWELL PARTY 
EURE'S RETIREMENT ENDS ERA IN STATE'S HISTORY MM „ 
BCWAN INTRODUCES BILL TO CREATE SMALL BUSINESS COUNCIL 

N.C. SERVICE STATION OWNERS 
SEE SERVICE STATIONS, N.C. 

NORTH CAROLINA SHOE CO. 

NORTH CAROLINA SHOE CO. (AD) 



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S 2 5/26/1989 A 1 N S92 
H 2 5/27/1989 C 1 N J40 



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



1/25/1989 C 

1/26/1989 C 

2/17/1989 A 

2/18/1989 B 

2/24/1989 A 

3/03/1989 

6/22/1989 

8/28/1989 

9/02/1989 

9/04/1989 

9/08/1989 



9/13/1989 B 



8 
1 
8 
1 

6 
o 

c 

l 

n 

3 
1 
1 
1 



N 

N J40 
P T32 
P T37 
U T37 
P 

N S92 
N M51 
N C47 
P K30 
N S92 
P C45 



S 2 9/09/1989 C 1 N 



8/12/1989 
11/21/1989 
11/29/1989 
11/29/1989 
12/06/1989 
12/13/1989 



U T37 
N P52 
N W55 
N A76 
N A76 
N 



H 2 12/13/1989 D 4 N 
H 2 11/12/1989 B 2 N F95 
S 2 11/10/1989 B 4 P N A76 



CHH 1 2/11/1989 A 
H 2 3/11/1989 C 
H 2 12/15/1989 D 
S 2 12/18/1989 C 
H 2 12/28/1989 C 



H 2 4/14/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/21/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/21/1989 A 



CHH 1 8/10/1989 A 
H 2 8/11/1989 C 



H 2 1/06/1989 A 

H 2 1/07/1989 C 

S 2 1/07/1989 A 

H 1 3/23/1989 C 



L38 

L45 
L45 



8 N 

1 P P L38 
3 N S17 



N 
N N36 



1 P N 
1 P N 
4 E 
1 N H60 



S 2 4/19/1989 F 4 D A 



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SEE ALSO BANDS (MUSIC) 
THE BIG BREAK: N.C. SHOWCASE GIVES MUSICIANS A SHOT AT RECORDING... 

N.C. SOLAR CENTER 

SEE ALSO SOLAR ENERGY 
N.C. SOLAR CENTER HAS MANY SERVICES 

N.C. SPECIAL OLYMPICS 

SEE ALSO SPECIAL OLYMPICS 
HANDICAPPED STUDENTS LEARN TENNIS 
DURHAM TEEN UINS OLYMPICS MEDAL 
DURHAM DELEGATES DO WELL IN STATE SPECIAL OLYMPICS 

N.C. SPORTS HALL OF FAME 

JONES, COX, BUEHLER, YOU TO JOIN HALL 
FIVE JOURNEY INTO N.C. HALL OF FAME 
BUEHLER'S DAY 
FOUR FROM TRIANGLE DESERVE SPORTS HONOR 

N.C. STATE AUDITORS OFFICE 
SEE ALSO AUDITORS 
SEE ALSO N.C, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF REVENUE 

CARRJ FEES SPAT CRAMPS CLERK'S OFFICE 

DON'T PINCH PENNIES HERE 

STATE AUDITOR: REGULATORY BOARDS NEED REGULATING 

MILLER PROVISION CALLS FOR PRIVATE AGENCIES LISTING STATE MONEY USE 

N.C. STATE BAR 

SEE N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 

N.C. STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

SBI'S OVERTIME PAY FOR SUPERVISORS DRAUS FIRE, REVIEW 

SBI'S DIRECTOR DEFENDS POLICY ON OVERTIME PAY 

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

SBI CALLED IN ON DWI CHARGE AGAINST OFFICER 

ATTORNEY GENERAL SAYS SBI NEEDS AGENTS NOW 

SBI LIKELY TO START DWI PROBE SOON 

SBI PROBE MAY CLEAR AIR OVER POLICE ACTION 

DRUG WAR NEEDS MORE THAN CAMPAIGN TALK 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY STALLS SBI REPORT ON HOPKINS 

SBI! MORE INVOLVED IN DWI CHARGE 

CRIMINAL CONDUCT 'APPARENT' IN POLICE DWI CASE 

JUDGE ASKS SBI TO PROBE DURHAM SOCIAL SERVICES 

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

STEPHENS: DON'T CLOSE BOOK ON PROBE 

HUDGINS WELCOMES CHILD-ABUSE PROBE 

DON'T DROP POLICE PROBE, STEPHENS SAYS 

CHIEF HAMPTON ASKS DWI REPORT BE MADE PUBLIC 

CHIEF HAMPTON ASKS DWI REPORT BE MADE PUBLIC 

STEPHENS WON'T RELEASE REPORT 

POWELL ASKS FOR COPY OF SBI REPORT 

THREE-MONTH SBI PROBE THOROUGH, COMPREHENSIVE 

POWELL TO DISCUSS REPORT WITH CHIEF 

JUDGES WISELY SETTLE SPAT OVER ABUSE CASES 

DURHAM OFFICER'S DWI CASE GOES TO COURT TODAY 

STEPHENS REQUESTS POLYGRAPH ON OFFICER WHO TOOK PAPERWORK 

WALL-TO-WALL COVER-UP 

FIRED POLICE DISPATCHER SUES DURHAM (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-2-39) 

PART OF SBI REPORT ON POLICE DWI CASE WILL BE RELEASED (AMENDED 5-3-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

VALVANO COMPANY OFFICIAL REFUSED SBI REQUEST FOR RECORDS 

SBI OFFICIAL WARNS CRACK WILL BRING 'GANGS AND GUNS' 

N.C. STATE CAPITOL 

OFFICE SUITE ASSIGNED TO SECRETARY OF STATE 
LANDSCAPING MAY BE MARTIN'S LEGACY 

N.C. STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES 



H 2 6/01/1989 B 1 P F Zll 



S 2 4/08/1989 A 5 U H05 



2 3/17/1989 B 
2 6/06/1989 D 
2 6/13/1989 C 



2 5/02/1989 D 

2 5/05/1989 B 

2 5/05/1989 D 

2 5/06/1989 A 



1 P F 659 
4 P N A76 
4 P N 



1 N 
1 P N C52 
1 P U D18 
4 E 



s 


2 


4/08/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


4/21/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


5/30/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/03/1989 C 


1 


N L40 



H 


2 


1/02/1989 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/05/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/11/1989 D 


9 


N Nil 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 A 




N M51 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 D 


11 


N 


S 


2 


1/18/1989 A 




N B53 


S 


2 


1/20/1989 A 




E 


S 


2 


2/07/1989 A 




E 


H 


2 


4/19/1989 C 




N 


S 


2 


4/20/1989 A 




P N B53 


H 


2 


4/21/1989 A 




P N S82 


S 


2 


4/21/1989 A 




N B53 


H 


2 


4/22/1989 C 




N S82 


S 


2 


4/22/1989 A 




N B53 


S 


2 


4/22/1989 A 




N B53 


H 


2 


4/23/1989 A 




P N M51 


H 


2 


4/25/1989 A 




N N36 


H 


2 


4/25/1989 A 




N M51 


S 


2 


4/25/1989 A 




N B53 


H 


2 


4/26/1989 A 




N N36 


H 


2 


4/26/1989 A 




L 


S 


2 


4/26/1989 A 




N B53 


S 


2 


4/26/1989 A 




E 


H 


2 


4/27/1989 A 




N S82 


H 


2 


4/27/1989 A 




N N36 


H 


2 


4/27/1989 A 




E 


H 


2 


4/29/1989 C 




N 


H 


2 


5/02/1989 A 




P N N36 


H 


2 


5/03/1989 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


6/05/1989 B 


4 


N 


H 


1 


9/08/1989 B 


1 P N T33 


H 


2 


1/06/1989 A 


8 


N 


S 


2 


9/15/1989 A 


5 


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STATE EMPLOYEES' PRESIDENT LIKES MERIT PAY 
STATE EMPLOYEES CONSIDER TEACHERS' EXAMPLE 
STATE EMPLOYEES DISTRICT 18 WINS AWARD 

N.C. STATE FAIR 

SEE ALSO COUNTY FAIRS 
THE ONCE AND FUTURE FAIR 
NORTH CAROLINA'S SHOW-OFF FAIR 
STATE FAIR DIFFERENT! NO FOOTBALL GAME 
THE SHIRELLES; IT'S TOMORROW - WE STILL LOVE THEM 
REAL ANIMALS AS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN THEM BEFORE 
IT'S TOE-TAPPIN' TIME 
FUN AND FEED AT THE FAIR 
•TOO LONG AT THE FAIR?' 
SHEAR PLEASURE 
GIANT THRILLS ON THE MIDWAY 

PELxKbViGS? FASHIONABLE FROGS FROLIC FOR CROWDS AT STATE FAIR 
THAT FIRST LURCH 
REDUCE PRICE OF FAIR FUN 

N ' C ' HE EBhWRfa HAY KEEP MANY AWAY 

N.C. STATE HIGHWAY PATROL 
SEE N.C. HIGHWAY PATROL 

N.C. STATE MEDICAL FACILITIES PLAN 

DUKE STILL FIGHTING FOR SPECIALTY CENTER 

N.C. STATE PROPERTY OFFICE __ 
SEE ALSO LAND SALES, STATE-OWNED 
STATE WILL AUCTION UNCLAIMED PROPERTY 

N.C. STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE 
SEE N.C. DEPT. OF REVENUE 

"' C ' ^^SSPSSiSSSt SSflvri™ Of ™«c... 

NCSU OFFERS 4 DURHAM SEMINARS/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 
AN ANCIENT NATIVE ROOT HIGH IN PROTEIN 



N.C. STATE UNIV., ADMISSIONS _ mrro 
SAT WORRIES COLLEGE-BOUND STUDENTS; 



TEST IS ABOUT 20X OF TOTAL 



N.C. STATE UNIV., ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 

VALVANO TO QUIT NCSU ATHLETIC DIRECTOR'S POST 

VALVANO WILL STEP DOWN AS 'PACK AD 

JIMMY 'V* YOU LET ffi. DOWN 

N.C. STATE NAMES HOPFENBERG INTERMIM ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 

CHANCELLOR SHOULD BE TOLD OF ATHLETES' TROUBLE 

N.C. STATE UNIV., CHANCELLOR 

N.C. STATE CHANCELLOR POULTON RESIGNS 

POMPON POULTON TOO BUSY WITH PACK ATHLETICS 

POULTON'S RESIGNATION CAN HELP N.C. STATE 

SEARCH FOR CHANCELLOR MAY DELAY PROJECTS 

MONTEITH IS NAMED INTERIM CHANCELLOR AT N.C. STATE 

MONTEITH HAS RIGHT FOCUS ON ATHLETICS 

NCSU'S M0NTEITH5 FACULTY, STUDENTS REAL STARS 

N.C. STATE UNIV., COMMENCEMENT 
N.C. STATE GRADUATES LISTED 

N.C. STATE UNIV., CONSTRUCTION 

NCSU LAUNCHES BUILDING FUND DRIVE 

N,C * REPORT^UNC', STATE^ACULTY SALARIES MATCH NATIONAL AVERAGE 



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CHH 1 2/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/17/1989 A 
H 2 9/20/1989 C 



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2 10/12/1989 A 
2 10/13/1989 A 
2 10/13/1989 C 
2 10/13/1989 D 
2 10/13/1989 D 
2 10/13/1989 D 
2 10/14/1989 C 
2 10/14/1989 A 
2 10/14/1989 B 
2 10/14/1989 A 
2 10/14/1989 C 
2 10/15/1989 B 
2 10/20/1989 C 
2 10/21/1989 A 



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S 
H 
H 
S 



1 P N L90 

3 P N S17 

4 N 



6 P F Zll 

4 E 

1 M N H60 

3 P F 659 
N B71 
N B71 
P C45 
P C45 
P C45 
N H60 
P C45 
N S22 
P C45 
E 



S 2 10/24/1989 A 4 E 



H 2 9/02/1989 C 2 N C60 



H 1 6/15/1989 C 



N H60 



H 2 2/09/1989 C 8 N 

H 2 2/24/1989 A 12 P N 

S 2 4/08/1989 A 3 P N 

H 2 5/03/1989 B 1 P F 



S 2 1/09/1989 A 1 N S92 



8/23/1989 A 

8/25/1989 A 

8/26/1989 D 

10/12/1989 B 

10/13/1989 A 



1 N 
1 P N P52 
1 U M88 
1 P N M64 
4 E 



8/22/1989 A 

8/22/1989 B 

8/23/1989 A 

8/24/1989 C 

9/23/1989 A 

9/26/1989 A 

11/26/1989 B 



1 P 

5 

4 
1 
8 
4 
7 P 



N 

U M88 

E 

N 

N 

E 

N 



S 2 6/07/1989 A 8 N 

H 2 1/14/1989 A 1 P N H60 

H 2 9/13/1989 C 12 N 



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N.C. STATE UNIV., GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 

N.C. STATE OPENS FUND DRIVE TO BUILD 25,000-SEAT COLISEUM WITH PUBLIC... H 
SEARCH FOR CHANCELLOR HAY DELAY PROJECTS H 



N.C. STATE UNIV., GRANTS 

AT&T EARMARKS $225,000 FOR NCSU PROGRAM 

N.C. STATE UNIV., RADIOACTIVE UASTE DISPOSAL 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS UASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL AND STORAGE 
SEE ALSO RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

N.C, STATE UNIV., SPEAKERS 

SEE ALSO SPEAKERS (GENERAL HEADING) 
SPEAKERS CALL FOR REVOLUTION IN SCHOOLS 
CRONKITE TO SPEAK AT N.C. STATE 

N.C. STATE UNIV., STUDENTS 

N.C. STATE GROUP TAPS MEMBERS 

N.C. STATE UNIV. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

LAUNDON TO CHAIR NCSU FUND-RAISING DRIVE BY ALUMNI 

N.C. STATE UNIV. BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

TRUSTEES GIVE VALVANO VOTE OF CONFIDENCE 

TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATION'S ADS FOR SCHOOL QUESTIONED 

GOVERNOR NAMES KEITH R. HARROD TO NCSU BOARD 

NCSU TRUSTEES ADOPT 12 OF SPANGLER'S 14 RECOMMENDATIONS 



N.C. STATE UNIV. CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 

NCSU LAUNCHES BUILDING FUND DRIVE H 

TAXPAYERS MAY GET CHEATED ON NEW ARENA S 
N.C. STATE OPENS FUND DRIVE TO BUILD 25,000-SEAT COLISEUM WITH PUBLIC... H 

COLUMNIST TAXPAYER OBJECTS TO HELPING BUILD 25,000-SEAT ARENA H 

N.C. STATE UNIV. FOUNDATION 

A MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE OF NORTH CAROLINA (AD> H 

TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATION'S ADS FOR SCHOOL QUESTIONED S 

NCSU FOUNDATION'S NEWSPAPER ADS NEWS TO PRESIDENT H 

N.C. STATE UNIV. FOUNDERS DAY 

NCSU HONORS FORMER TRUSTEE AND LEGISLATOR H 

N.C. STATE UNIV. SCHOOL OF DESIGN 

DEAN IS APPOINTED FOR N.C. STATE'S SCHOOL OF DESIGN H 

N.C. STATE UNIV. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 

AT&T EARMARKS $225,000 FOR NCSU PROGRAM H 

N.C, STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH, N.C, BASEBALL STADIUM 

UOLFPACK RALLIES, EDGES DUKE, 5-2 H 

HEELS SWEEP UOLFPACK, GAIN TIE FOR ACC LEAD H 

DEACONS NIP UOLFPACK, 5-4 H 

N.C. STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 

SEE ALSO PERSONAL FOULS... AT JIM VALVANO'S NORTH CAROLINA STATE (BOOK) 

UOLFPACK PUSHES BY TOUSON H 

'CUPCAKE' BITES BACK AT 'PACK S 

MONROE KEYS NO. 16 PACK OVER CLEMSON H 

FORTHCOMING BOOK ACCUSES VALVANO OF CORRUPTION H 

DESPITE HOOPLA, PACK THUMPS TEMPLE, 71-59 H 

ANGRY VALVANO SAYS CHARGES BIZARRE, FALSE H 

'PACK RESPONDS TO ADVERSITY WITH UIN S 

UOLFPACK CHALLENGES PUBLISHER S 

PACK INVITES INVESTIGATION H 

UOLFPACK STEPS ON THE COURT IN STYLE S 

EX-PLAYERS DEFEND VALVANO S 



2 4/13/1989 C 1 
2 8/24/1989 C 1 



N 046 
N 



H 2 5/19/1989 C 2 N H60 



H 2 11/18/1989 A 2 N 



2/10/1989 C 
3/02/1989 C 



5 P N K65 
4 N 



S 2 4/17/1989 A 6 N 



2 1/11/1989 A 14 N 



2 2/13/1989 B 2 N 

2 2/18/1989 C 4 N 

2 2/22/1989 B 7 N 

2 9/24/1989 B 1 P N 



2 1/14/1989 A 1 P N H60 

2 2/28/1989 A 4 E 

2 4/13/1989 C 1 N 046 

2 4/16/1989 B 1 U N36 



2 2/17/1989 A 11 D A 
2 2/18/1989 C 4 N 
2 2/20/1989 A 14 N 



2 3/09/1989 B 10 N 
2 8/30/1989 B 6 N 
2 5/19/1989 C 2 N H60 



2 3/29/1989 D 
2 4/17/1989 D 
2 4/21/1989 B 



1 P N R54 
1 N C52 
1 N M64 



1/03/1989 
1/03/1989 
1/06/1989 
1/07/1989 
1/08/1989 
1/08/1989 B 
1/09/1989 D 
1/09/1989 D 
1/10/1939 D 
1/10/1989 B 
1/10/1989 D 



N P75 
N P52 
N C52 
N 

N C52 
N C52 
U P52 
N 
N 

F S27 
N 



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PRflBE NECESSARY 

^^f. §T%E S^aK^I^IyS ALLIGATIONS -RIDICULOUS' 

SK! MtFMTpk™ clean 

GRADE-CHANGING CHARGES CONTINUE „»t«- «™ 

ATLANTA COLUMNIST SAYS 2 PEOPLE ASKED ABOUT SITING BOOK 
UOLFPACK COASTS PAST COASTAL 
POULTON TO PROBE UOLFPACK BOOK 
VALVANO DEFENDS STATE'S PROGRAM 
'PACK ENJOYS EASY WIN 

%^^£™^lig&%^ 'FKETTr LUDI^- 
WPM, NO STOY' GAVE WRITER ICUBTS ABOUT UOLFPACK CORRUPTION SCENARIO 
NCAA BEGINS PROBE INTO BOOK'S ALLEGATIONS 

PATjK^ING^DEFoIlVE TRAP FOR YELLOW JACKETS 
PROBE SENSIBLE APPROACH 
JIM VALVANO PLOTS UITH WIS CORCHIANI... 
TECH NO PROBLEM FOR 'PACK 'CHASER' 

^ ^tW^C, STATE'S BEING PROBED 
UOLFPACK CONTINUES TO ROLL OVER ADVERSITY 
CONTRACT FOR PLAYER DISCLOSED 

^^Si^^W^tSWmS HOLD BACK N.C. STATE... 

e^Ni^PU^^Ll^^^'^ ^FPACK 
'PACK PROVES POWER IN LOSS TO UNC ^ n 

SIMONDS NOT SPECIFIC; VALVANO DENIES CHARGES 

ISmS^lS^AGAINST SHACKLEFORD 'COMPLETELY CRAZY' 
T&EDDUKE, STATE GET TOGETHER IN RALEIGH 
UNC BOARD MAY ACT IF MATTER LINGERS 

PACK L ptJLLS AW^FROM 3 BLUEKVILS; WITHOUT FERRY, DUKE LOSES THIRD 
UOLFPACK 'HANDLES* FERRY-LESS BLUE DEVILS 
CORCHIANI'S BEST EFFORT 

UITH^ I E^IN B SIGHT», COMMISSION WILL INVESTIGATE 
UOLFPACK THRASHES MARYLAND^^ 
BOLTON CONCERNED BY STATE PROGRAM 
VALVANO! NO NBA TALKS __ 

9F ^f JSpEST!^ HIGHWAY IN SEARCH OF VICTORIES 

liin FPACK PROBE 

W£KETBALLALLEGATIQNS MAY SPUR STUDY OF SPORTS LAWS 

MANY FANS MAyVdENIED OPENING MINUTES OF UNC^.C. STATE GAME 
DEPAUL DEALS FRIGID UOLFPACK ANOTHER LOSS 
DEPAUL AMBUSHES VISITING WOLFPACK 
DURHAM FANS WILL SEE ALL OF HEELS-PACK 

uK! EcfKniMIR COULD HAVE INSIDE TRACK IN ACC 

POOR 'PACK ACADEMICS DISTURBING TO OFFICIALS 

HEELS LEFT ON OUTSIDE LOOKING IN 

UOLFPACK KICKS HEELS, 98-88 

UEEMS DECKS HEELS _ ^^^ 

BELEAGUERED 'PACK GETS SUEET REVENGE 

nm D DOESN'T COOL N.C. STATE CELEBRATION 

UNC bShEARSREPORT ON NCSU; BOOK MAY NOT BE PUBLISHED 
UNLV RUNS BY 'SLOW-MOTION' PACK w ^ tr ^. 
TRUSTEES GIVE VALVANO VOTE OF CONFIDENCE 

A A SUNWY S SPUT? , TflR N Hm.S WIN STRUGGLE. ..BUT UOLFPACK LOSES THE HANDLE 
'TARK' HANTS V HOHECOURT LOSS 

^g^raSfy^'^ NOT WORK 2ND TIME AROUND 



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D 


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1/11/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/12/198? 
1/12/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/13/1989 D 
1/13/1989 D 
1/14/1989 D 
1/14/1989 D 
1/14/1989 D 
1/14/1989 B 
1/15/1989 C 
1/15/1989 C 
1/16/1989 A 
1/16/1989 D 
1/16/1989 D 
1/19/1989 D 
1/19/1989 D 
1/19/1989 B 
1/20/1989 B 
1/20/1989 D 
1/21/1989 B 
1/21/198? B 
1/22/1989 C 
1/22/198? C 
1/22/1989 C 
1/23/1989 D 
1/23/1989 D 
1/24/1989 D 
1/25/1989 D 
1/26/1989 D 
1/26/1989 D 
1/27/1989 B 
1/27/1989 B 
1/27/1989 D 
1/27/1989 
1/27/1989 
1/28/1989 
1/30/1989 
1/30/1989 _ 
1/30/198? D 
1/31/1989 B 
2/01/1989 
2/01/1989 
2/01/1989 
2/02/1989 
2/05/1989 
2/05/198? 
2/06/1989 - 
2/08/1989 D 
2/08/1989 D 
2/09/198? B 
2/09/1989 B 
2/10/198? B 
2/10/198? B 
2/10/1989 B 
2/10/1989 B 
2/11/198? C 
2/11/1989 D 
2/13/1989 B 
2/13/1989 B 
2/13/1989 
2/13/1989 
2/13/198? 
2/15/1989 
2/15/1989 



4 
1 

1 
1 

1 
4 
1 

1 

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

1 
1 
8 

5 I 
10 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
4 

3 
1 
1 
9 
1 
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1 
1 

1 

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1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

9 

2 

4 
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E 

N M14 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N M14 
N 
N 

N P52 
N S17 
N M14 
N 
N 

U M14 
N M14 
E 

P T32 
U D18 
N C49 
N 
N P52 

N 

N F25 

N C4? 

N 

N C49 

U M14 

N 

U F25 

N 

N 

N 

N C52 

N 

U M14 

N C52 

N P52 

U D18 

N F25 

N S17 

N C49 

N 

N 

N 

N M14 

N 

N 046 

N M14 

N M98 
: N M14 
' N 

N M98 

N 
: N C52 

N 
' N C52 
' N C49 

U D18 
1 N F25 

N 

N 
» N M14 

N 

E 
» P C45 
> U D18 

E 

N C49 



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PACK ROUTS TIGERS, 90-75 

WOLFPACK TURNS UP THE HEAT ON TIGERS 

A MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE OF NORTH CAROLINA (AD) 

PACK FACES THIN JACKETS 

TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATION'S ADS FOR SCHOOL QUESTIONED 

TARDY PACK CLIPS JACKETS 

HINNANT WAS ALMOST PACK'S ODD MAN OUT 

NCSU FOUNDATION'S NEWSPAPER ADS NEWS TO PRESIDENT 

PACK STRUGGLES BEFORE SHAKING OFF BULLDOGS 

LATE RUN LIFTS SLUGGISH 'PACK 

PUBLISHER REFUSES TO PRINT NCSU BOOK 

TELL-ALL BOOK ABOUT NCSU BASKETBALL SHELVED 

BLUE DEVILS' SENIORS BID FARWELL; WOLFPACK OUT TO SPOIL EXIT 

VALVANO ESCAPES BOOK'S SHADOW 

DUKE MESHES AT RIGHT TIME 

BLUE DEVILS BURY WOLFPACKr 86-65; FERRY SCORES 26 IN HOME FINALE 

GOV. MARTIN SAYS N.C. STATE SHOULD PUT BOOK IN THE PAST 

GRAND FINALE IS TRULY GRAND 

DUKE'S RARE ZONE ZAPS 'PACK 

•PACK READY TO REGROUP 

EVEN ATOP ACC STANDINGS, WOLFPACK GETS NO RESPECT 

VALVANO DUE APOLOGY 

WILDCATS CLIP BLUE DEVILS; CAVS BUMP PACK 

VIRGINIA'S STITH STICKS IT TO STATE 

WOLFPACK'S SENIORS CLOSE OUT FRANTIC FOUR YEARS 

PACK CHARGES PAST TERPS 

WOLFPACK RUNS DOWN TERRAPINS 

WOLFPACK WINS 4-OT THRILLER 

'PACK POLISHES MAGIC ACT IN 4-OT WIN 

MARATHON MEN: PACK VS. DEACS 

AREA WORKERS MAKE CAREER OF WATCHING ACC TOURNEY/MARYLAND WINS 71-49 

INCREDIBLE: TERPS SEND STATE PACKING 

WIN STUNS MARYLAND AND STATE 

TERPS BEWILDER 'PACK 

WOLFPACK LIVING DOWN ACC DISAPPOINTMENT 

VALVANO'S WOLFPACK IN SLUMP AT WORST TIME 

ACC WARS REVISITED.' WOLFPACK, GAMECOCKS TANGLE IN EAST 

WOLFPACK'S JUNK STIFLES GAMECOCKS 

WHEN HE'S OFF, MONROE'S STILL GOT THE GREEN LIGHT 

VICTORY OVER GAMECOCKS JUST THE TONIC FOR AILING WOLFPACK 

TAR HEELS, WOLFPACK JOIN DUKE IN SWEET 16/PACK SMOOTH IN 2-OT WIN... 

LESTER PROVES INVALUABLE DOWN STRETCH 

WHEN GAME'S ON LINE, PACK TAPS MONROE 

'PACK NEEDS BEST EFFORT VS. GEORGETOWN 

BLUE DEVILS TAKE TRADITIONAL ROUTE; VALVANO WARY OF GEORGETOWN'S MIGHT 

'PACK OUT FOR WIN 

HOYAS SURVIVE PACK'S CHARGE, FACE DUKE IN EAST FINAL 

HOYAS HOLD OFF 'PACK 

FOR VALVANO, THE FINAL FOUR IS THE SEASON 

PANEL EXPANDS INVESTIGATION OF NCSU BASKETBALL PROGRAM 

CLIPPERS SAY VALVANO WILL DISCUSS NBA COACHING JOB 

PERSONAL FOULS GETS SEPTEMBER RELEASE 

VALVANO COMPANY OFFICIAL REFUSED SBI REQUEST FOR RECORDS 

ORAL REPORT WILL FUEL DOUBTS OVER N.C. STATE 

PERSONAL FOULS HITS THE STANDS 

BOLTON : VALVANO COMMITTED FOUL 

WARNING, CONTROVERSY ATTRACTED PUBLISHER TO MANUSCRIPT 

PERSONAL FOULS FALLOUT: A DENIAL AND ERRORS GALORE 

GOLENBQCK'S MIXTURE OF FACT, FICTION ENTERTAINING BUT FLAWED 

GOLENBOCK DEFENDS PERSONAL FOULS 

♦PERSONAL FOULS' IS A HATCHET JOB 

GOLENBOCK RECEIVED THREAT OVER PUBLICATION OF BOOK 

NCSU TUTORING DIRECTOR SAYS VALVANO HAS TO MAKE CHOICE 

N.C. STATE ANALYST NOTICED UNUSUAL PATTERN IN '82 

UNC BOARD IS PROBING VIOLATIONS AT N.C. STATE 

N.C, STATE ALLEGATIONS MUST BE KEPT SEPARATE 

FANFARE/KARDIAC KIDS DIDN'T STUDY 

A CASE AGAINST VALVANO? NOT YET 

VALVANO: NO SALARY FOR AD POST 

N.C. STATE ISSUE PUTS SPANGLER ON THE SPOT 



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2/16/1989 D 


1 P N M14 


S 


2 


2/16/1989 B 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


2/17/1989 A 


11 D A 


H 


2 


2/18/1989 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


2/18/1989 C 


4 N 


H 


2 


2/19/1989 C 


1 N C49 


H 


2 


2/19/1989 C 


4 N C49 


H 


2 


2/20/1989 A 


14 N 


H 


2 


2/21/1989 B 


2 N M98 


S 


2 


2/21/1989 B 


3 P N P52 


S 


2 


2/22/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/23/1989 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


2/23/1989 D 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 


2/23/1989 B 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 B 


1 U M14 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 B 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 B 


3 N 


S 


2 


2/24/1989 D 


1 U D13 


S 


2 


2/24/1989 D 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


2/24/1989 D 


3 P N A76 


H 


2 


2/26/1989 C 


1 P N C52 


H 


2 


2/26/1989 D 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/27/1989 B 


2 P N C52 


S 


2 


2/27/1989 D 


2 P U F25 


H 


2 


3/02/1989 D 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 


3/03/1989 B 


1 P N M14 


S 


2 


3/03/1989 D 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


3/05/1989 C 


1 P N M14 


S 


2 


3/06/1989 D 


4 P N P52 


H 


2 


3/07/1989 B 


2 U M14 


H 


2 


3/11/1989 A 


1 P N C47 


H 


2 


3/11/1989 D 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 


3/11/1989 D 


3 P N C52 


S 


2 


3/11/1989 B 


1 P N D18 


H 


2 


3/15/1989 D 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 


3/15/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


3/17/1989 B 


1 N C49 


H 


2 


3/18/1989 D 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 


3/18/1989 D 


2 P N C49 


H 


2 


3/19/1989 C 


1 N C49 


H 


2 


3/20/1989 B 


2 P N C49 


H 


2 


3/20/1989 B 


4 P N C49 


H 


2 


3/22/1989 D 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 


3/22/1989 D 


1 P N D18 


H 


2 


3/24/1989 B 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 


3/24/1989 D 


1 P N D18 


H 


2 


3/25/1989 D 


1 N C49 


S 


2 


3/25/1989 B 


1 F N D18 


H 


2 


3/26/1989 C 


3 P U M14 


H 


2 


4/06/1989 D 


2 N 


H 


2 


5/12/1989 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/19/1989 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


6/05/1989 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


7/21/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


7/29/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


7/29/1989 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


7/29/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 B 


1 P N MB8 


H 


2 


7/30/1989 B 


1 U M83 


H 


2 


7/31/1989 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 


7/31/1989 D 


2 U F25 


H 


2 


8/01/1989 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 


8/01/1989 B 


3 N 


H 


n 


8/02/1989 D 


3 N 


S 


2 


8/02/1989 A 


1 N 


S 


2 


8/04/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/06/1989 C 


5 N 


H 


2 


8/08/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/09/1989 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


8/10/1989 A 


1 P N 



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SPANGLER TO MEET TUESDAY UITH PANEL PROBING N.C. STATE 

'V* RENINS QUIET ON TOPIC OF FOULS 

SPANGLER QUIET ON MEETING UITH VALVANO 

Iff kS"W'T SUE OVER 'FOULS' 

ISN'T SINGLE OUT NCSU, INSTIGATE Ail UNCSCH0O.S 

SPANGLER'S RECOMffiNDATIONS DUE ON NCSU BASKETBALL ISSUE 

N.C. STATE CHANCELLOR POULTON RESIGNS 

POMPON POULTON TOO BUSY UITH PACK ATHLETICS 

VALVANO TO QUIT NCSU ATHLETIC DIRECTOR'S POST 

POULTON'S RESIGNATION CAN HELP N.C. STATE 

VALVANO »S COACHING JOB MAY BE ON LINE 

PACK PLAYERS RENTED FROM COACH 'V _. 

Sat UNC BOARD MEMBERS UARY OF IMMEDIATE ACTION ON STATE 

VALVANO UILL STEP DOWN AS 'PACK AD 

TOUGH DAY 

VALVANO WILL STEP DOWN AS DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 

OVERHAUL URGED FOR ATHLETICS IN UNC SYSTEM 

R^Tt^l^BENL DIDN'T BREAK RULES/VALVANO'S FATE UP TO... 
STATE, UNC STUDENTS DISAGREE ON DRUG TESTS 

S y K^«l»I REAFFIRMS STUDENT-ATHLETE. 

HARD TO TELL UOLFPACK WITHOUT A PROGRAM/BASKETBALL 

'PERSONAL FOULS' SERVED PURPOSE, OBSERVERS AGREE 

TREAT ATHLETES LIKE STUDENTS nm(|! 

NCAA REPORT ON NCSU SLAMS SALES OF PERKS _ 

l^ANO^CONTRACT UITH STATE HAS *500,000 BUYOUT CLAUSE 

N.C. STATE PLAYERS SHOULD FOLLOW RULES , irTmmsrT _, ATUI _ T „ 

POULTON CHARGES UNC CHAIRMAN IMPROPERLY INTERFERED iMATOLEflCS 

NCSU TRUSTEES ADOPT 12 OF SPANGLER'S 14 RECCM«NKATIChg 

WISTLE&OUER FULLER GETS MIXED REACTION ON NCSU CAMPUS 

MONTEITH HAS RIGHT FOCUS ON ATHLETICS 

SPANGLER'S REPORT CRITICIZED i _ rr ^ 

STRONG ACADEMIC RULES ARE GOOD FOR ATHLETES 

UOLFPACK RISING OUT OF 'MUD AND DIRT' 

^BASKETBALL PROGRAM FACES SERIOUS UNDERTAKING 

POOLE COMMISSION RELEASES REPORT 

sEtt'IeEKS DETAILS^ON COMMISSION'S STUDY OF N.C. STATE 

SPAULDING! NO SURPRISES in POOLE report 

STAIN AT N.C. STATE WON'T FADE QUICKLY 

STUDENT PAPER ASKS SPANGLER TO STEP DOWN 

SPANGLER SHOULD STAY PUT 

PETE & THE BOYS FOUL OUT, AGAIN 

SPANGLER NEEDS TO BE MORE OPEN WITH PUBLIC 

NO PUNollNES. JUST FACTS FROM UOLFPACK 'S VALVANO 

ACADEMIC POLICY SIDELINES LESTER 

LESTER MAY NOT HAVE REDSHIRT SEASON OPTION 

GOVERNORS SUPPORT SPANGLER ^ 

"FIRE AND ICE" MAIN INGREDIENTS FOR PACK 

UOLFPACK SETS ASIDE ITS WOES FOR NIT OPENER 

PACK BACK UITH WIN IN OPENER 

'PACK SLOU, BUT SURE IN OPENING WIN 

PACK PRACTICES INSIDE MOVES CRUSHES ASU 

DEVELOPING 'PACK SEEKS REBOUNDS 

VAlShO^TONT^NE UP TO TASK AGAINST BUCKEYES 
UOLFPACK, Pin EARN TITLE SHOT 

JBOMBUfKOtm FOR cumONSHIP 

'PACK DISCOVERS SOME INSIDE PUNCH 
UOLFPACK WHIPS REDMEN 

UOLFPACK FILLS UP ON DESSERT, ROLLS BY DU5SUESME 

PECULIAR RATE OF EXCHANGE 
PACK LOSES TO ETSU; LESTER OUT 
PACK AIRS IT OUT. RIPS BULLDOGS 

PA^PERFOfIeD 1 ^ MIRACLE/1993 N.C. STATE BASKETBALL 
SHERIDAN NOT UORRIED ABOUT HOME-FIELD EDGE 



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8/15/1999 
8/16/1989 
8/17/1989 
8/18/1989 
8/21/1989 
8/22/1989 
8/22/1989 
8/23/1989 
8/23/1989 
8/24/1989 _ 
8/25/1989 B 
8/25/1989 C 
8/25/1989 
8/25/1989 
8/26/1989 
8/26/1989 
8/26/1989 
8/26/1989 
8/26/1989 
8/26/1989 
8/29/1989 
9/03/1989 B 
9/04/1989 A 
9/05/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/09/1989 
9/11/1989 
9/23/1989 
9/24/1989 B 
9/25/1989 B 
9/26/1989 A 
9/29/1989 B 
9/30/1989 A 
10/17/1989 B 
10/17/1989 B 
10/23/1989 A 
10/24/1989 A 
10/24/1989 B 
10/24/1989 A 
10/24/1989 A 
10/27/1989 A 
10/31/1989 A 
10/31/1989 B 
10/31/1989 A 
11/06/1989 B 
11/09/1989 B 
11/10/1989 B 
11/11/1989 A 
11/15/1989 D 
11/16/1989 B 
11/16/1989 B 
11/16/1989 B 
11/28/1989 B 
11/28/1989 B 
12/01/1989 B 
12/01/1989 B 
12/02/1989 D 
12/02/1989 C 
12/03/1989 C 
12/04/1989 D 
12/06/1989 D 
12/06/1989 D 
12/08/1989 B 
12/19/1989 D 
12/20/1989 
12/22/1989 B 
12/23/1989 A 
12/25/1989 B 
12/31/1989 C 



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N 

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N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N P52 

P L38 

N 

N S69 

U M88 

N S17 

N S17 

E 

E 

N M88 

N 

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N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

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E 

N M88 

U D18 

N 

E 

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N C61 

E 

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E 

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N F25 

N 

N S17 

N 

U M88 

N M64 

N F25 

N 

U D18 

N 

N 

N M64 

N F25 

N M64 

U F25 

N L22 

N D18 

N HM 

N 

N M64 

N M64 

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N.C. STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL <UOKEN> 

PACK GIVES YOU 300TH VICTORY H 

STINSON'S 34 PACE UOLFPACK WOMEN'S WIN H 

N.C. STATE <U) 75, DUKE 68 H 

NCSU WOMEN POISED TO HAKE BIG SPLASH ON NATIONAL SCENE H 

N.C. STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL, GRADUATES 

'PACK RELEASES GRADUATION RATE S 

N.C. STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL, PROBATION 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, PROBATION AND SANCTIONS 

SEE ALSO SPORTS, SCANDALS 

UOLFPACK GETS 2-YEAR PROBATION S 

N.C. STATE PUT ON 2-YEAR PROBATION H 

PACK SERIOUS ABOUT ENDING THIS 'TRADITION' H 

VALVANO: LIFE WITHOUT NCAA TOURNEY HURTS H 

N.C. STATE MOVES HELP REDUCE NCAA PENALTY S 

A DARK DAY AT N.C. STATE S 

UOLFPACK GETS OFF EASY H 

NAN BEHIND SCENE/DURHAM NATIVE SPARKED PROBE OF NCSU H 

SINQNDS MESSAGE TO VALVANO.' 'I DID WHAT I BELIEVED IN' H 

SIMONDS, BOOSTER ADMIT TO SCALPING H 

N.C. STATE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

SHERIDAN SHOWS CLASS S 

BURNETII, FELTON COMMIT TO UNC H 

SIGNING DATE PROVES SUCCESSFUL FOR DUKE, UNC, N.C, STATE H 

SHERIDAN STAYS AT STATE, AGAIN H 

SHERIDAN'S LOYALTY SHOULD BE REMEMBERED S 

HOW GOLENBOCK'S BOOK FOULS OUT... S 

RISKY BUSINESS; CAMPBELL'S GAMBLES PAY OFF S 

PACK'S POISED FOR ITS TURN AS NATIONAL POWER H 

'PACK RESHUFFLES QBS S 

'PACK, CAVS TO CHALLENGE TIGERS IN ACC RACE S 

TALENTED UOLFPACK EAGER FOR RACE TO ACC CROWN H 

SHERIDAN'S GOT UOLFPACK ROLLING ALONG H 

SHERIDAN QUIET ON QB STARTER H 

RATINGS BAFFLE SHERIDAN S 

BIG TESTS ON TAP FOR DEVILS, EAGLES, 'PACK S 

PACK SWEATS OUT VICTORY OVER TERPS H 

WOLFPACK'S RAY AGNEW SACKS TERPS' QB NEIL O'DONNELL... S 

WOLFPACK DEFENSE SAVES THE DAY S 

WOLFPACK'S OFFENSE SHERIDAN'S CONCERN H 

'PACK IN SEARCH OF OFFENSE S 

TRIANGLE IS FOCUS OF BUSY WEEKEND S 

PACK SWATS JACKETS, RUNS RECORD TO 2-0 H 

PACK, TECH EACH GET ANSWERS H 

WOLFPACK, JACKETS LIGHT UP SCOREBOARD S 

NCCU DEFENSE SMOTHERS MORRIS BROWN S 

SHERIDAN: TECHNIQUE NOT WOLFPACK'S FORTE H 

SHERIDAN SAYS 'PACK MUST IMPROVE S 

BLUE DEVILS TO PUT SEASON ON THE LINE AT TENNESSEE S 

MONTGOMERY, WOLFPACK OUTDUEL DEMON DEACONS H 

MONTGOMERY GETS REDEMPTION VS. DEACS S 

STATE-CAROLINA HAS TOUGH ACT TO FOLLOW, SHERIDAN CONCERIO H 

UOLFPACK RIGHT ON SCHEDULE S 

RICKY LOGOt HIGH CHIEF OF UOLFPACK H 

YOUNG HEELS VISIT POWERFUL UOLFPACK S 

NCSU TOOK NO PRISONERS IN GOING 4-0 H 

WOLFPACK CRANKS OUT 40-6 WIN OVER TAR HEELS H 

N.C. STATE'S DEFENSE FINALLY GETS SOME PRAISE H 

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

WOLFPACK'S 'TRUTHS' HUMBLE HEELS S 

N.C. STATE DEFENSE SPARKLES IN ROUT OF UNC S 

UOLFPACK'S BARBOUR SIDELINED BY INJURY H 

WOLFPACK'S QUEST: KEEP INTENSITY S 

JIMMY V'S NO-NO H 

CLEMSON SPEARHEADS TRIANGLE INVASION S 

FOR CRUM, FLASH IS HIS TEAM, NOT STYLE H 



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2 1/15/1989 C 4 N 

2 1/18/1989 D 4 P N K30 

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12/12/1989 A 
12/13/1989 A 
12/13/1989 D 
12/13/1989 D 
12/13/1989 A 
12/13/1989 D 
12/14/1989 A 
12/14/1989 C 
12/15/1989 B 
12/15/1989 B 



1/03/1989 A 
1/24/1989 B 
2/09/1989 B 
2/17/1989 B 
2/20/1989 A 
7/31/1989 D 
8/11/1989 D 
8/19/1989 D 
8/23/1989 D 
8/23/1989 D 
8/24/1989 D 
8/29/1989 B 
8/31/1989 D 
8/31/1989 
9/01/1989 
9/03/1989 
9/04/1989 
9/04/1989 
9/05/1989 
9/05/1989 B 
9/08/1989 D 
9/10/1989 C 
9/10/1989 C 
9/11/1989 D 
9/11/1989 D 
9/12/1989 B 
9/12/1989 B 
9/15/1989 D 
9/17/1989 C 
9/18/1989 D 
9/19/1989 B 
9/19/1989 D 
9/21/1989 
9/22/1989 
9/24/1989 
9/24/1989 
9/24/1989 
9/25/1989 
9/25/1989 
9/25/1989 
9/26/1989 B 
9/26/1989 B 
9/27/1989 D 
9/29/1989 D 
9/30/1989 D 



N D18 
N M64 
U M88 
N M88 
E 

U D18 
E 

Q M88 
Q M88 
N M88 



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N M64 
N C49 
N 
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N F25 
U D18 
U H88 
F F25 
F F25 
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N M88 
N M64 
U D18 
N 

N M64 
P K30 
U D18 
N M98 
P N F25 
P N 

N M64 

P N M64 

P U A76 

P U P52 

P N M64 

P N P52 

P N 

N M64 

N P52 

N M64 

U D18 

U M88 

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U M88 
N M64 
N M64 
P K30 
U D18 
U P52 
N M64 
N F25 
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KENT STATE FLASHES EARLY, BUT PACK FINISHES STRONG FOR 'JIN 

WOLFPACK AVOIDS UPSET VS. KENT STATE 

SHERIDANJ BLUE RAIDERS TEST FOR PACK mlvllwr . 

DESPITE JOKES, WOLFPACK WARY OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE 

WHO RANKS NO. 1 IN SHERIDAN'S POLL? 

WOLFPACK JUST HALF EFFECTIVE AGAINST MTSU 

TtfSl&K SvVSlEMSON STILL A BLOCKBUSTER 

N.C. STATE APPROACHES THE MOMENT OF TRUTH 

PRACTICAL PACK LOOKS AT JUST ANOTHER GAME 

CLEMSON CRUNCHES NO. 12 WOLFPACK 

WOLFPACK FOCUSES ON CLAIMING TITLE 

WOLFPACK'S LOSS IS ACC'S GAIN 

TIGERS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF STATE ERRORS 

FOR PACK, THERE'S NO LACK OF MOTIVATION AGAINST S.C. 

'PACK RECALLS DRUBBING BY GAMECOCKS 

WOLFPACK DEFENSE CLAMPS DOWN ON SOUTH CAROLINA 

ONCE AGAIN7 CAVS STAND IN PACK'S PATH TO CROWN 

'PACK'S SHANE MONTGOMERY EMERGES AS QB OF RECORD(S) 

N.C. STATE HOLDS NARROW EDGE OVER VIRGINIA 

STATE, VIRGINIA TITLE HOPES ON THE LINE 

MONTGOMERY'S NOT TYPICAL QUARTERBACK 

VIRGINIA DROPS PACK, TAKES COMMAND IN ACC 

STATE'S WORST NIGHTMARE COMES TRUE mMMtt 

DUKE-STATE! DEVILS LOOK FOR 'HAPPY ENDING' 

PACK'S DOWN, BUT STILL HAS PLENTY TO PLAY FOR 

DEVILS' INTENSITY PEAKS FOR 'PACK 

SHERIDAN FACES SEVERAL CHALLENGES 

AuSlCAN Bof WANTS DUKE-STATE WINNER 

KKe SSlSS BkVHL HUGE STEP TOWARD KgPEET 

HIGH NO0N/HINES, DUKE OFFENSE GIVING WOLFPACK A DEVIL OF A TIME 

NO DOUBT, THIS IS THE BIG ONE 

DUKE WINS BOWL BERTH 

BLUE DEVILS GRAB "ALL AMERICAN" WIN __ „„„„ 

BLUE DEVILS, FANS HAD LONG WAIT TO SAVOR SWEET SUCCESS 

WOLFPACK ABSORBS HEART-BREAKING LOSS 

SHERIDAN PHILOSOPHICAL OVER WOLFPACK'S LOSSES 

WOLFPACK SEEKS STRONG FINISH 

HOKIES HAND WOLFPACK FOURTH LOSS 

•PACK'S SWEET SEASON TURNS SOUR 

NCSU SHOULD JUST SAY NO TO COPPER HWL 

NEW SELECTION PROCESS FOR BOWLS OVF^BUE 

'PACK GOES WEST IN SEARCH OF LOST EXPECTATIONS 

COPPER FOES SHARE BROKEN DREAMS 

WOLFPACK'S DARK CLOUD COULD HAVE A COPPER LINING 

HONTSIKfflPTICN IN FINAL GAME WITH WOLFPACK 

STATE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL, PEACH BOWL 
WOLFPACK GETS PEACH OF A WIN r%mtri 

ffif DM VfJ^UNtWliam IN PEACH BOWL 
WOLFPACK GETS A FtACH OF A WIN 

N.C. STATE UNIV. SPORTS, HISTORY ._,_-__., 
PACK SERIOUS ABOUT ENDING THIS 'TRADITION' 
VALVANO: LIFE WITHOUT NCAA TOURNEY HURTS 

N.C. STATE UNIV. SPORTS, SOCCER (MEN) 

WESTERN SOCCER POWERS SWEEP DUKE, N.C. STATE 

N.C. STATE UNIV. SPORTS, SOCCER (WOMEN) 
PACK GETS ANOTHER SHOT AT HEELS 

N ' C * N^STATe'S 1 ^ 1 ^ SMITH CENTER, UNC DIRECTOR QUESTIONS NEED., 
f ItaIe OPENS FUND DRIVE TO BUILD 25,000-SEAT COLISEUM WITH PUBLIC 
OTLUWIST TAXPAYER OBJECTS TO HELPING BUILD 25,000-SEAT ARENA 



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2 10/03/1989 D 


1 N F25 


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2 10/06/1989 B 


1 U M88 


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2 10/08/1989 C 


4 P N M64 


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2 10/09/1989 D 


5 P U P52 


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2 10/17/1989 B 


1 P N M64 


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2 10/17/1989 B 


1 N P52 


H 


2 10/21/1989 D 


1 P N M64 


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2 10/22/1989 C 


1 P N H64 


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2 10/22/1989 C 


9 N H64 


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2 10/23/1989 B 


2 U M88 


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2 10/23/1989 D 


2 P U P52 


H 


2 10/24/1989 B 


2 N M64 


S 


2 10/24/1989 B 


2 P N F25 


H 


2 10/29/1989 C 


3 P N M64 


H 


2 10/31/1989 B 


1 N M64 


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2 10/31/1989 B 


1 P U D18 


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2 11/02/1989 B 


1 P U D18 


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2 11/03/1989 B 


1 P N 


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2 11/04/1989 D 


1 P N M64 


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2 11/05/1989 C 


1 P N M88 


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2 11/06/1989 D 


3 P U D18 


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2 11/07/1989 B 


2 P N C49 


H 


2 11/07/1989 B 


2 N M64 


S 


2 11/07/1989 D 


1 P U D18 


S 


2 11/07/1989 D 


1 P N F25 


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2 11/08/1989 D 


1 P N F25 


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2 11/09/1989 B 


1 N C49 


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2 11/09/1989 B 


1 N C49 


H 


2 11/11/1989 D 


1 D N C49 


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2 11/11/1989 D 


1 D N M64 


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2 11/11/1989 D 


1 U M88 


H 


2 11/12/1989 A 


1 P N B40 


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2 11/12/1989 C 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 11/12/1989 B 


1 P N M88 


S 


2 11/13/1989 D 


2 P N A76 


H 


2 11/14/1989 B 


4 P N M64 


S 


2 11/14/1989 D 


1 P N P52 


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2 11/19/1989 C 


5 P N M64 


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2 11/20/1989 D 


2 P U P52 


H 


2 11/22/1989 D 


1 U M88 


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2 11/28/1989 B 


2 U M88 


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2 12/12/1989 C 


1 P U F25 


S 


2 12/29/1989 B 


3 P U F25 


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2 12/30/1989 D 


3 P N M64 


S 


2 12/30/1989 B 


2 P N F25 


S 


2 12/30/1989 B 


2 P U F25 


H 


2 1/01/1989 B 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 1/02/1989 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 1/02/1989 D 


1 P P 


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2 1/02/1989 D 


3 P U G44 



H 2 12/13/1989 D 1 U M88 
H 2 12/13/1989 D 1 P N M88 



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H 2 11/18/1989 D 4 N F95 

. CHH 1 1/27/1989 A 1 P N S17 

. H 2 4/13/1989 C 1 N 046 

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SENATE PANEL FAVORS SPENDING FOR NEW NCSU ARENA 

NEU UNC-CH BUSINESS SCHOOL GETS NOD; N.C. STATE COLISEUM PLAN SNAGS.,. 

N.C, STREAM HATCH PROGRAM 
AN IDEA WORTH WATCHING 

N.C. STUDENT RURAL HEALTH COALITION 
SEE ALSO RURAL HEALTH CLINICS, N.C. 
DUKE STUDENTS WILL PEDAL HARD TO SUPPORT MEDICAL-CARE PROGRAM 
STUDENTS SPONSOR HEALTH CONFERENCE 
UNC MEDICAL CONFERENCE IS TOMORROW 

N.C. SUPERCOMPUTING CENTER 
SEE ALSO SUPERCOMPUTERS 
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR APPOINTED FOR N.C. SUPERCOMPUTING CENTER 
SUPERCOMPUTING CENTER DIRECTOR IS REMOVED 
SUPERCOMPUTER ARRIVES AT CENTER IN RTF 
N.C. SUPERCOMPUTER ALREADY BEING USED BY SEVERAL COLLEGES 

N.C. SUPREME COURT 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

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

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, N.C. 

COURT OVERTURNS MURDER CONVICTION 

COURT RULES JUDGE ERRED ON $500,000 RESTITUTION 

MURDER CHARGE REJECTED IN FETUS DEATH 

SUSPECT IN RAPE GETS 40 YEARS 

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

STATE'S SUPREME COURT HEARS 'FIRE-AT-UILL' CASE 

DURHAM MURDER MAY BE RETRIED 

STATEWIDE SIGNIFICANCE SEEN IN ALAMANCE DISPUTE 

COURT RULING BACKS WATKINS IN ESTATE CASE 

N.C. SUPREME COURT SAYS DUKE OR ATTORNEYS SHOULD BE PENALIZED 

HIGH COURT UPHOLDS AREA LAND REZONING 

CONDEMNED MAN WINS A NEW TRIAL 

CONDEMNED MAN WINS NEU TRIAL 

COUNCIL WINS - FOR NOW 

NEW TRIAL ORDERED ON MURDER CHARGE 

N.C. SYMPHONY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM SYMPHONY 
MAUREEN MCGOVERN ON BILL WITH SYMPHONY IN RALEIGH 
GLAZUNOV'S SHOW-STOPPER RELIEVES EDGELESS BRAHMS IN N.C. SYMPHONY... 
N.C. SYMPHONY, GUESTS PLAY MUSIC FIT FOR A PRESIDENT 
BEETHOVEN TIMES FIVE; PIANIST AND SYMPHONY TRACE GROWTH OF GENIUS 
WATTS & SYMPHONY FINISH SEASON WITH BEETHOVEN, BRAVOS 
SYMPHONY SEASON INCLUDES KITCHEN 
ORCHESTRA PLANS SEASON FOR TRIANGLE 

OVER 1,000 PERFORMERS BREAK THE SOUND BARRIER WITH MAHLER'S EIGHT 
SOME ENCHANTED EVENINGS... THE NORTH CAROLINA SYMPHONY (AD) 
BRASS, NERO, CROSS ON SYMPHONY SERIES 
CLEO LAINE, JOHN DANKWORTH, APPEAR WITH N.C. SYMPHONY... 
N.C. SYMPHONY HAS 15 DATES IN SUMMER MOUNTAIN SEASON 
ORGANS AND ORCHESTRAi DUKE CHAPEL WILL SWELL WITH CONCERTO MUSIC FRIDAY 
SWALIN KINDLED LOVE OF SYMPHONY MUSIC 
'THE NUTCRACKER' 

N.C. SYMPHONY SOCIETY, DURHAM CHAPTER 
ORCHESTRA HONORS CORPORATE SPONSORS 

N.C. TEACHING FELLOWS PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO TEACHER EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C. 

TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM GAINS GROUND 

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7/06/1989 A 
8/06/1989 A 



1 N 
1 P N L40 



CHH 1 7/07/1989 A 



S 2 3/09/1989 C 1 N 
H 2 4/13/1989 B 7 N 
S 2 4/14/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 1/05/1989 C 1 N K65 

H 2 8/18/1989 C 3 N 

H 2 8/26/1989 C 1 P N K65 

H 2 9/12/1989 A 12 N K65 



H 


2 1/05/1989 D 


4 N 


H 


1 1/05/1989 C 


1 N R53 


H 


2 2/10/1989 A 


12 N 


CHH 1 2/14/1989 A 


1 N H90 


H 


2 3/03/1989 B 


7 N 


H 


2 3/16/1989 B 


7 N 


H 


2 3/27/1989 A 


1 P N S82 


H 


1 5/17/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 


1 6/09/1989 C 


1 P N L40 


H 


2 7/27/1989 C 


1 N L40 


H 


2 10/06/1989 A 


1 N L40 


H 


2 10/06/1989 C 


1 N L40 


H 


2 10/06/1989 C 


1 N S82 


H 


2 10/09/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


1 11/10/1989 C 


1 N L40 


H 


2 1/06/1989 D 


9 P N 


H 


2 1/24/1989 A 


9 P R D10 


S 


2 1/26/1989 D 


5 R C58 


H 


2 2/17/1989 D 


8 P F U66 


H 


2 2/28/1989 C 


7 R D10 


S 


2 3/02/1989 D 


4 N 


H 


2 3/05/1989 E 


1 P F W66 


S 


2 3/10/1989 A 


16 R M57 


S 


2 4/19/1989 G 


7 A 


H 


2 4/30/1989 E 


12 P N 


S 


2 6/22/1989 D 


7 P P 


H 


2 6/25/1989 E 


10 N 


H 


2 9/07/1989 B 


1 P F 556 


S 


2 9/30/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/15/1989 D 


3 P F L45 



H 2 1/24/1989 A 6 P U W15 



CHH 1 1/14/1989 A 1 N S17 
CHH 1 11/16/1989 A 5 N 



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^IffflcHWL^CWANY REPAYS START-UP GRANTS 

N.C. TENDER OFFER DISCLOSURE ACT 
SEE BUSINESSES, N.C. 
SEE MERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

N,C SEE^i^^! FOOTMl <SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
BIG PLAYS 60 AGAINST CUMMINGS H 

NORTH CAROLINA THROUGH FOUR CENTURIES 
THE LATEST ON NORTH CAROLINA'S PAST 



H 2 1/04/1989 C 1 N K65 



2 12/12/1989 B 



CHH 1 7/31/1989 A 



** JWnUVJBnBlM GOAL OF VOLUNTEER RETIREES... 

^kTSSKcS THOROUGHFARE FUN 
SEE ALSO HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO HIGHWAYS, N.C. __„„, 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 

^ANEL^VOTES ™ DROP FOUR PROJECTS FROM 1989 LIST OF HIGHUAY REQUESTS 
RESIDENTS KNOCK ENO DRIVE PROJECT 
DON'T DEAD-END ROADS 

OLD FARM FOLLOWS ENO LOOP PLAN ,___ 

ENO DRIVE BYPASS TECHNICALLY STILL IN BLUEPRINT 

rTTY COUNCIL: ENO DRIVE NOT TO BE MAJOR NORTHERN BYPASS iirw 

CmCIALS FROM TWO WAKE TOWNS SHOW VIDEOS; TO ILLUSTRATE THEIR ROAD NEEDS 
PERSON BOARD ACCEPTS ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS 
ENO DRIVE FUNDING MAY BE CUT FROM LIST 

raW WOHNShm LOOP FUNDS 

$™BXLLION F DOT PLAN^MEANS DURHAM ROAD, RAIL CHANGES 
4-LANE 15-501 PLANNED FOR 1996 CONSTRUCTION _ n „ T 

simps H&YraBTCUcnoN program an economics project 

RETURNING GRANT WOlpT 'CURB' TOWN, DOT RELATIONSHIP 
PROJECT WOULD LEVEL CROSSING AT RAILROAD 

N.C. UTILITIES COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO UTILITY RATES ,-_.-- 
DEVELOPER PREDICTS CP&L WILL LOSE FEE 
CPU. SHOULD BEHAVE ITSELF IN CHATHAM 
STATE OTWSSIONliENIES DEVELOPER'S POWER REQUEST 
MILLER FILES BILL TO CONTINUE ADJUSTMENT OF UTILITY RATES 
DUKE POWER ORDERED TO LOWER RATES 

KUfJBWMlSnfJKffHai PHONE LEGATION 
DUKE POWER CUSTOMERS UNDERPAY-UNTIL JULY 1 

N.C. WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD Tm „_ u _ 

g £1 tBWBFJBSBSk life NNAG0CNT AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL AND STORAGE 
SEE ALSO RADIOACTIVE WASTE ,^. ATMrUT 

"UWrfMWfHK COMMISSI*. RESIGNS 
SKK&B@% USE OF MEDIATORS 
TURNER NAMED HAZARDOUS WASTE DIRECTOR „_„„ 

WASTC COMMISSION HOPES TO OVERCOME PUBLIC'S DISTRUST 

N.C. WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT COMMISSION 
SEE WATER RESOURCES, N.C. 

N.C. WESLEYAN COLLEGE SPORTS, BASEBALL 

N.C. WESLEYAN LEARNED COST OF NATIONAL TITLE 

N.C. WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMMISSION 



H 2 1/03/1989 B 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


CHH 


1 


H 


2 


CHH 


1 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



3 P N W55 

3 P N 

4 P N 



3/29/1989 C 

3/29/1989 A 

4/04/1989 A 

4/11/1989 C 

4/13/1989 C 

4/18/1989 B 

5/04/1989 C 

6/06/1989 C 

7/11/1989 A 

7/12/1989 C 

7/12/1989 A 

7/31/1989 A 

11/04/1989 A 

11/09/1989 A 

11/12/1989 D 

11/25/1989 A 

11/25/1989 A 



1/06/1989 A 
1/11/1989 A 
1/28/1989 A 
2/01/1989 B 
3/11/1989 A 
3/13/1989 B 
3/26/1989 B 
12/11/1989 C 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 



1/12/1989 B 
2/22/1989 B 
6/14/1989 C 
6/18/1989 A 
6/22/1989 C 



N S69 
N H70 
E 

N M06 
N 569 
N S69 
N P41 
N T33 
M N C61 



1 M N N36 



1 
4 
1 
4 
1 
7 
12 
1 



N C61 
N D38 
N L40 
N M25 
U L40 
N W57 
N W57 



N M25 
E 

N M25 
N L40 
N 
N 
N 
N S69 



N 
N 

N K65 

P N L90 

N S22 



H 2 7/20/1989 D 1 U M88 



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SEE ALSO FISHING 
SEE ALSO HUNTING 

WILDLIFE AGENCY PROPOSES REFUGE ALONG ROANOKE 

WILDLIFE COMMISSION, ONCE A MODEL, NOW RACKED BY STRIFE 

ERUINS HONORED BY COMMISSION 

PANEL BACKS RESTRUCTURING OF WILDLIFE COMMISSION 

COMPROMISE UNVEILED ON SELECTION OF WILDLIFE COMMISSION'S MEMBERS 

WILDLIFE COMMISSION COMPROMISE UNRAVELS 

N.C. WILDLIFE COMMISSION REVAMP BILL GETS 1ST OK 

WILDLIFE COMMISSION BILL IS ONE STEP FROM ENACTMENT 

WILDLIFE COMMISSION CHANGES ENACTED 

N.C. WILDLIFE COMMISSION APPOINTS LANEY TRAINING DIRECTOR 

N.C. WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMMISSION, LICENSES 
SEE ALSO FISHING FEES 
SEE ALSO LICENSING BOARDS 

SALT-WATER FISHING LICENSES ARE EYED 

LET'S REEL IN THIS BAD CAST/DON'T MAKE N.C. FISHERMEN PAY FOR SALT... 

BILL ON SALTWATER FISHING LICENSES NEEDS FURTHER STUDY, SENATOR SAYS 



N.C. 



WOMEN'S LEGISLATIVE AGENDA 

GROUP EDUCATES LEGISLATURE ABOUT WOMEN'S ISSUES 



N.C. WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS 
SEE WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS 

N.C. WORLD CENTER 

SEE ALSO TEACHER OF THE WORLD AWARDS 
GITHENS TEACHER TO RECEIVE AWARD FROM WORLD CENTER 

N.C. WRITERS CONFERENCE 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, WRITERS 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, N.C. 

WRITERS TO HONOR BOOK COLUMNIST 

N.C. WRITERS CONFERENCE CELEBRATES ITS 40TH YEAR 

THIS WRITER EARNED APPLAUSE 

N.C. WRITERS NETWORK INC. 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, N.C. 
NEW HEADQUARTERS FOR WRITERS NETWORK 'GIVES US AN IDENTITY' 
TRIANGLE AREA FICTION WRITERS TOP WINNERS 
DEADLINES NEAR FOR COMPETITIONS SPONSORED BY WRITERS' NETWORK 
WRITERS SEEK THEIR FORM IN THEIR "WAREHOUSE OF WORDS" 

N.C. WRITING ASSESSMENT TEST 

IMPROVEMENT CITED ON WRITING TESTS 

N.C. ZOOLOGICAL PARK 
SEE ZOO, N.C. 

NORTH CAROLINIANA SOCIETY 

FORMER 'COLONY' PRODUCER TO GET CAROLINIANA AWARD 
NORTH CAROLINIANA SOCIETY HONORS EMMA NEAL MORRISON 

NORTH CAROLINIANS AGAINST RACIST AND RELIGIOUS VIOLENCE 
SEE ALSO KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO VIOLENCE 

GROUP SAYS 'HATE CRIMES' INCREASED IN N.C. LAST YEAR 

GROUP SAYS ORANGE COUNTY LED STATE IN NUMBER OF RACIAL HATRED INCIDENTS 

N.C. SHOULD STAND UP AGAINST BIGOTRY 

CAMPUS INCIDENTS BOLSTER REPORT OF RACIAL VIOLENCE, ACTIVIST SAYS 

ORANGE COUNTY RESIDENTS PROTESTING SHEETS ACQUITAL 

NORTH CENTRAL DURHAM 
SEE ALSO DUKE PARK 

SEE ALSO EAST END COMMUNITY (DURHAM, N.C. ) 
HOUSING CODE EMBARASSMENT CONCERNS COUNCIL 



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H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 3/07/1989 A 
2 3/13/1989 B 
2 3/19/1989 C 
2 4/05/1989 D 
2 4/07/1989 A 
2 4/12/1989 A 
2 4/19/1989 A 
2 4/20/1989 B 
2 4/25/1989 C 
2 10/15/1989 C 


8 N 

1 N 

11 P N 

11 N 

7 N 
10 N 

1 N 
3 N 

8 N 
13 N 



H 2 5/03/1989 D 9 N 
H 2 5/05/1989 A 4 E 
H 2 5/06/1989 B 2 N 



S 2 7/21/1989 B 1 P F G59 



H 2 3/31/1989 A 9 N 



H 2 7/29/1989 C 
H 2 8/06/1989 D 
H 2 8/19/1989 A 



H 2 1/15/1989 D 

H 2 7/16/1989 D 

H 2 9/29/1989 D 

H 2 11/12/1989 D 



H 2 2/22/1989 B 



CHH 1 6/06/1989 A 
H 2 6/18/1989 D 



1 N 

3 P U H45 

4 U G33 



3 P U H45 
3 N 
7 N 

3 P F H45 



12 
3 



N 
U H45 



H 2 


1/31/1989 A 


16 N 


H 2 


2/09/1989 B 


5 N 


S 2 


2/09/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


2/13/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


6/02/1989 A 


3 P N S17 



H 2 8/25/1989 C 1 N R63 



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SEE ALSO NORTH STATE LEGAL SERVICES (FORMERLY ORANGE/CHATHAM LEGAL SERVICES) 
LEGAL CONTRACTS AVAILABLE H 



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S 
S 

s 
s 
s 
s 
s 

H 

s 
s 
s 

s 
s 
s 



^^NO*™ DUKE MALL CONGRATULATES THE DURHAM SUN (AD) 
BALL AT THE MALL 

NORTH DURHAM LITTLE LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL ^ nimAi 
SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 

WOLFF NAMED LITTLE LEAGUE HAH-Cf-YEAR 

LITTLE LEAGUE CARDINALS RALLY PAST GIANTS 

3RD TIME IS CHARMER FOR OPENING DAY rm ^ l 

RED SOX PITCHER THROWS 5 INNINGS OF NO-HIT BASEBALL 

NORTH DURHAM LITTLE LEAGUE MAJOR LEAGUE TEAMS 

NORTH Em LITTLE LEAGUE MINOR LEAGUERS PLAY BALL 

LITTLE LEAGUE TITLE GOES TO RED SOX 

CATSBURG! REAL-LIFE 'FIELD OF DREAMS- 
ASTROS TAKE POST-SEASON TITLE CROWN... 

...AS WELL AS REGULAR SEASON TITLE 

VOLUNTEERS, PLAYERS MAKE GAME SUCCESS 

N. DURHAM LOSES TO ROWAN COUNTY __ 

NWTHDURHAM ALL-STARS MAKE QUICK REBOUND 

nTdURHAM LITTLE LEAGUE HOLDS 4TH ANNUAL MEETING 

NORTH DURHAM ROTARY CLUB ^ ^ 
TENNIS TOURNAMENT SETS $15,000 GOAL 

MBflH POLE 

PEARY NOT FIRST AT NORTH POLE 

NORTH STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ASSOCIATION 
•POLICE' PASS THE GRAVY 

NORTH STATE LEGAL SERVICES (FORMERLY ORANGE/CHATHAM LEGAL SERVICES) 
SEE ALSO nTc LEGAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO NORTH CENTRAL LEGAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 

BARNES PUSHES BILL PROTECTING RENTAL TENANTS 

RENTERS TO RECEIVE REBATES 

NORTH VIETNAM 
SEE VIETNAM 

^SEeS ^TEAMsT FOOTBAUl (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
FOUR LOCALS MAKE SHRINE BOWL TEAM [j 

rjtFD^CARRIEs'K W&LINA TO !2H) SKRI* BOWL TRIUMPH H 

NORTHERN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

SEE ENO VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 



2 8/21/1989 A 13 N 



2 4/19/1989 G 6 A 
2 11/16/1989 C 3 P P T37 



1/31/198? B 
4/25/1989 C 
5/02/1989 D 
6/20/1989 D 
6/20/1989 D 
6/27/1989 D 
7/11/1989 D 
7/15/1989 D 
7/18/1989 D 
7/18/1989 D 
7/18/1989 D 
7/18/1989 D 
8/01/1989 D 
9/26/1989 B 



N A76 
N A76 
N A76 
U A76 
P 
P 

N A76 
U M88 
N A76 
N A76 
J A76 
N A76 
N 
N M06 



S 2 8/22/1989 B 5 N 
H 2 12/14/1989 A 4 P E 
S 2 11/24/1989 C 1 P P L38 



CHH 1 3/04/1989 A 1 P N M20 
CHH 1 3/22/198? A 3 N H90 



2 11/16/1989 B 
2 12/07/1989 C 
2 12/10/1989 C 



3 P N B40 
3 N 
1 N 



^^AlK^COmUNITY (ORANGE COUNTY, 



N.C.) 



NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL _ 

£g§£ K Sf^T LEAST RESTROOM MIGHT) 
KELLER HONORED FOR SAVING LIFE 

NOfm^HlKBITAT GROUP RAISES $1,100 FOR WUSING 
HOUSE OPENS DOORS, HOSTS SPECIAL STUDENTS 
POLICE LOG/4 CHARGED WITH AUTO THEFT 

^nK^tIS'wIn CCB AWARD AS BEST IN CITY, COUNTY 
POSITIVE PEERS 

SSfSSfi 2?^ SK SfeffifW CARS, ASK GOOD QUESTIONS 
KO^AMIMMIGRaW WINS, LOSES CONTEST ON AMERICAN PRIDE 
NHS WINS DRAMA AWARDS 



1/21/1989 A 
2/11/1989 C 
5/05/198? A 
5/12/1989 C 
6/17/1989 C 
7/20/1989 A 
7/23/1989 B 
. 8/09/1989 A 
2 10/05/1989 C 
2 10/23/1989 A 
2 11/28/1989 A 
2 12/10/1989 B 
2 12/17/1989 A 
2 12/22/1989 D 



U T37 
N J40 
N B53 
P S73 
N 

N S92 
N M51 
N S92 
N S92 
E 

N G59 
U N36 
N N36 
N 



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NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL, GRADUATION 

COUNTY SENIORS GRADUATE TONIGHT 

DOWNPOUR HALTS NORTHERN'S OUTDOOR GRADUATION RITES 

STORM WETS NORTHERN GRADS 

WASHOUT DISAPPOINTS GRADUATES 

NORTHERN PLANS 2ND GRADUATION EXERCISE 

MORE NORTHERN GRADS WILL GO OUT IN STYLE 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL, SPORTS 

SEE NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL, STUDENTS 

NHS STUDENT HELD FOR GUNS IN TRUNK 

SOLE-MATES 

NORTHERN HIGH ANNOUNCES HONOR-ROLL STUDENTS 

NORTHERN WINNERS 

'ANYTHING GOES' 

'ANYTHING GOES' AT NORTHERN TONIGHT 

NORTHERN HIGH ANNOUNCES STUDENTS ON HONOR ROLL 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL NAMES HONOR ROLL STUDENTS 

COMMUNICATIONS CLASS IS NEWEST AT NHS 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL CONCERT CHOIR 
AN EVENING OF ENTERTAINMENT 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND 
HATS ON FOR THE BAND 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS 

BULL CITY BECOMES HOME TO VARIETY OF SPORTS HEROES 
NORTHERN HONORS ITS ATHLETES 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASEBALL 
KNIGHTS STAY IN RACE WITH WIN 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 
TIGERS NIP IMPROVING KNIGHTS 
KNIGHTS GIVE PERSON SLIP IN FOURTH QUARTER 
SCOn PACES NORTHERN 
SCOTT'S 28 POWER KNIGHTS BY WARRIORS 
KNIGHTS PUT STING ON HORNETS 
KNIGHTS SHOCK HORNETS 
OVER THE TOP 

FALCONS' SWITCH STYMIES KNIGHTS 
FALCONS' ZONE SHUTS DOWN KNIGHTS 
HARGROVE, VIKINGS TAKE IT TO NORTHERN, 78-67 
CHAPEL HILL DEFENSE SHUTS DOWN KNIGHTS 
TIGERS KEEP KNIGHTS GROUNDED 
JORDAN BLOWS PAST KNIGHTS, 68-48 
VIKINGS TRIM KNIGHTS IN THRILLER 
TOTAL REJECTION 

KNIGHTS JUMP FROM FOOTBALL TO DEFEAT SPARTANS 
KNIGHTS MAKE QUICK TRANSITION 
NORTHERN 67, SOUTHERN 59 
NORTHERN'S DAVID PETTIFORD DOUBLES UP 
NORTHERN SWEEPS BULLDOGS 
KNIGHTS RALLY PAST BULLDOGS 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (GIRLS) 

CHAPEL HILL STOPS NORTHERN WEBB PULLS OFF UPSET OF VANCE 
NORTHERN GIRLS LOSE 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

BROWNING'S 'ENDLESS KNIGHTS' CONTINUE TO SHINE 
KNIGHTS SCRIMMAGE POWERFUL RICHMOND 
KNIGHTS ARE PAC-6 FAVORITES — AGAIN 
RICHMOND SHOWS SPEED IN SCRIMMAGE 
NORTHERN SHOULD BE TOPS IN TOUGH RACE TO TITLE 
BLOCK THAT KICK 



6/15/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/17/1989 
6/23/1989 
6/27/1989 



1/27/1989 
2/03/1989 
3/17/1989 
3/17/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/21/1989 
6/08/1989 
7/19/1989 
9/15/1989 



1 P N 
1 P N C60 
1 P N S92 
1 P N BOS 
1 N 
4 E 



T32 



N 
P 
N 

P S76 
P S73 
U S73 
N 
N 
U C45 



H 2 3/04/1989 B 1 P P T37 



H 2 1/05/1989 A 4 L 



S 


2 


4/19/1989 H 


2 P F F25 


s 


2 


6/13/1989 C 


5 P N A76 


S 


2 


5/04/1989 B 


2 N A76 


s 


2 


1/07/1989 B 


1 P N A76 


H 


2 


1/11/1989 D 


2 P N M64 


S 




1/11/1989 D 


2 P N T44 


H 


2 


1/14/1989 D 


2 N «64 


H 


2 


1/18/1989 D 


4 P N M64 


s 


2 


1/18/1989 D 


1 P N A76 


H 


2 


1/21/1989 B 


2 P P K30 


H 


2 


1/21/1989 B 


4 N M64 


S 


2 


1/21/1989 B 


1 P N A76 


H 


2 


1/28/1989 D 


2 N M98 


H 


2 


2/08/1989 D 


2 P N M64 


S 


2 


2/08/1989 D 


3 P N P52 


H 


2 


2/22/1989 D 


2 N M64 


s 


2 


3/01/1989 B 


1 P N A76 


H 


2 12/02/1989 D 


1 P P C45 


H 


2 


12/02/1989 D 


3 P N B40 


s 


2 12/02/1989 C 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


12/16/1989 D 


3 N M64 


S 


2 


12/19/1989 D 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


12/21/1989 B 


3 P N 


s 


2 12/21/1989 C 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


3/02/1989 D 


2 P N R54 


H 


2 12/17/1989 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


8/09/1989 D 


1 P U M88 


H 


2 


8/23/1989 D 


3 N B40 


S 


2 


8/23/1989 D 


9 P F P52 


H 


2 


8/24/1989 B 


5 P N B40 


H 


2 


8/24/1989 D 


25 P F 


H 




9/02/1989 D 


1 P P T32 



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S^lSs 1 ^? KNIGHTS IN PAC-6 BATTLE 

MONDAY NIGHT (PREP) FOOTBALL 

KNIGHTS WALK AWAY UITH 41-13 VICTORY 

KNIGHTS ROLL IN SECOND HALF „, , „„ 

WASHINGTON, BROUN HELP KNIGHTS REACH NEW LEVEL 

KNIGHTS, BULLDOGS MEET IN PAC-6 MISMATCH 

NORTHERN ROLLS; SOUTHERN FALLS; UEBB TOPS ORANGE 

WIGHtI'T^jIiS LIMITED LIST OF PREP STARS 
KNIGHTS DEMONSTRATE MIGHT AGAINST TIGERS 

tHUEWFttm FOR PERSON'S PASSING 

fS !8§ KWt^^nTof^ight 
knight rally rips uebb 
northern 49, hillside 
knights bash hornets 

BROWNING COMBO CLICKS FOR KNIGHTS mmrrT<1 

•ROBflBACK' BAILEY FINALLY FULFILLS POTENTIAL 

NORTHEJW UHIPS JCKDAnVtAKESSIXTH STRAIGHT PAC-6 4-A TITLE 

KNIGHTS CELEBRATE HOMECOMING 

Nr*K T M£S UITH BUSINBSAS USUAL 
KNIGHTS ROLL; SPARTANS GET PLAYOFF BERTH 
KNIGHTS HOST BROUGHTON IN 1ST ROUND 

PREP PLAYOFFS OPEN TOMORROW 

SPARTANS START OVER IN PLAYOFFS 

ATT nF M35RESSION 

MIGHTS^SECOND-HALF SURGE MOWS DOWN BROUGHTON, 21-0 

■V sSsffi^S S FA^ER-SON TILT 

^^KNb^DNlKlL^ BATTLE UITH KNIGHTS 
NORTHERN DEFENSE SHUTS DOWN EAST WAKE 

4-A STATE TITLE DREAM IS ALIVE „ 

KNIGHTS' TENACIOUS DEFENSE BLANKS WARRIOR'S 

Tfin rnriL 

FROM STEWART'S PERSPECTIVE, RICHMOND COUNTY BEST IN STATE 

REEVES SSlOUS FOR REMATCH UITH RICHMOND COUNTY 

KNIGHTS DOMINATE ALL-COUNTY RMTBALLTEAM 

KNIGHTS TO TEST 'IRRESISTIBLE' RAIDERS 

KNIGHTS-RAIDERS! REMATCH AT THE ROCK 

NORTHERN GETS SHOT AT NO. 1 RIWttND 

THE ROCKET THAT LAUNCHES RAIDERS 

RAIDERS LIVE IN A CLASSIC 

GALLANT KNIGHTS FALL SHORT, 18-15 

wnruun wava- 

fShKK.. ROU *L TOO FWILItt 

KNIGHTS LOSE UITH DIGNITY 
NORTHERN PAIR VOTED ALL-STATE 

Y^^WS^^^aUcRN HIGH FOOTBALL 



•ESCAPE' 



NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SOCCER 
KNIGHTS COME CLOSE, BUT SPARTANS 
SANDERSON NIPS KNIGHTS „ Tr ^ mrr „ r/cnrr „ 
KNIGHTS' COWAN STARS IN DIFFERENT ROLE/SOCCER 
NORTHERN ADVANCES INTO STATE PLAYOFFS 
W«GHTS PEAKING IN TIME FOR BOYS' SOCCER PLAYOFS 
THOMAS' 3 GOALS POWER NORTHERN BY BEARS 
THOMAS POWERS KNIGHTS PAST NEU BERN IN PLAYOFFS 
KNIGHTS' SOCCER PROGRAM AMONG THE BEST 

HBPJHFfl K S IN N fSS TO SURHAM SOCCER FANS 
NORTHERN TREATED UNFAIRLY 



N 
P 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

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



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2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

4. 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
9 

A 

2 



9/02/1989 D 
9/02/1989 B 
9/05/1989 B 
9/09/1989 D 
9/19/1989 B 
9/19/1989 B 
9/19/1989 D 
9/21/1989 D 
9/21/1989 B 
9/23/1989 D 
9/23/1989 B 
9/26/1989 B 
9/29/1989 B 
9/29/1989 D 
10/07/1989 D 
10/11/1989 D 
10/14/1989 D 
10/14/1989 C 
10/21/1989 D 
10/21/1989 B 
10/25/1989 D 
10/26/1989 B 
10/28/1989 D 
10/28/1989 B 
11/03/1989 B 
11/04/1989 D 
11/04/1989 B 
11/09/1989 B 
11/09/1989 B 
11/10/1989 B 
11/11/1989 D 
11/11/1989 D 
11/11/1989 B 
11/16/1989 B 
11/16/1989 B 
11/17/1989 B 
11/18/1989 D 
11/18/1989 D 
11/18/1989 B 



11/18/1989 
11/22/1989 
11/22/1989 
11/23/1989 
11/23/1989 
11/24/1989 
11/24/1989 _ 
11/24/1989 B 
11/25/1989 D 
11/25/1989 D 
11/25/1989 D 
11/25/1989 B 
11/25/1989 B 
11/27/1989 B 
11/29/1989 A 
12/15/1989 B 
12/17/1989 C 
12/30/1989 D 



H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 



N B40 
N P52 
N A76 
N B40 
P T32 
N B36 
N P52 
N B40 
U P52 
N G98 
N P52 
U P52 
N B40 
N P52 
N B36 
N A76 
N B40 
P T44 
N B64 
N P52 
N P52 
N B40 
N G55 
N P52 
N B40 
N G55 
N R56 
N B40 
N P52 
N B40 
P T44 
N B40 
N P52 
N B40 
N P52 
N B40 
N B40 
N L22 
N P52 
P K30 
N M88 
N P52 
N P52 
N P52 
N C49 
N B40 
N L22 
U L22 
N B40 
N M64 
N P52 
N A76 
U B40 
E 
N 

N B40 
G B40 



8/25/1989 B 
8/25/1989 D 
10/15/1989 C 
10/26/1989 B 
11/02/1989 C 
11/08/1989 D 
11/08/1989 D 
11/11/1989 B 
11/15/1989 C 
11/16/1989 B 
11/22/1989 A 



N B40 
N A76 
N F95 
N A76 
N B40 
N W55 
N A76 
N A76 
N B40 
U A76 
L 



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NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SWIMMING 
NORTHERN SPLASHES IN BIG WAY 
NORTHERN WINS MEETS 
NORTHERN, DURHAM ACADEMY SWIHMERS MAKE BIG SPLASH 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, VOLLEYBALL 

TIGERS SPIKE NORTHERN, GAIN SEMIFINAL BERTH 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, WRESTLING 

JORDAN, NORTHERN VIE FOR AREA WRESTLING SUPREMACY 

NORTHERN JUNIOR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
CCB HOOPSTERS 
5 TO 6-YEAR-OLD CHAMPS 
7 TO 8-YEAR-OLD CHAMPS 
'B' DIVISION WINNERS 



S 2 1/03/1989 B 
S 2 1/17/1989 D 
S 2 12/12/1989 C 



5 N A76 
5 N A76 
4 P N M06 



H 2 10/05/1989 B 3 P N G55 



H 2 12/14/1989 C 3 P N B40 



S 2 5/16/1989 B 

S 2 6/13/1989 C 

S 2 6/13/1989 C 

S 2 6/13/1989 C 



5 PP 

6 P P 
6 P P 
6 P P 



K30 



NORTHERN ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, 

NORTHERN ORANGE OFFICIALS WANT DISTRICT ELECTIONS CHH 1 

CITY-COUNTY TENSIONS STILL SPLIT ORANGE CO. (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-31-89> CHH 1 

CENTRAL, NORTHERN RESIDENTS UNSURE OF BEST METHOD OF... REPRESENTATION CHH 1 

THE SHOW MUST NOT GO ON CHH 1 



NORTHERN TELECOM 

DURHAM COUGHS UP TONS OF TOXINS 

GEPHARDT PRAISES TELECOM; MISSOURI CONGRESSMAN VISITS DURHAM PLANT 

GETTING A CLOSE LOOK 

NORTHERN TELECOM MARKS 15TH ANNIVERSARY 

INDUSTRY GROUP ACTS TO HELP STOP DAMAGE TO OZONE LAYER 

NORTHERN TELECOM VIETNAMESE WORKER HOFES HELMS SPEEDS REUNION WITH MOM 

NORTHERN TELECOM SUBSIDIARY BUILDING SPECIAL TESTING CENTER 

NORTHERN TELECOM, DIGITAL SWITCHING DIVISION 
NORTHERN TELECOM RECEIVES AWARD 

NORTHERN TELECOM, EMPLOYEES 

NO SMOKING POLICY AT NORTHERN TELECOM FAILS TO BREW TROUBLE 
NORTHERN TELECOM CUTS ABOUT 40 MIDDLE-MANAGEMENT JOBS 
TELECOM CUTS 300 POSITIONS 

NORTHERN TELECOM, SMOKING 

NO SMOKING POLICY AT NORTHERN TELECOM FAILS TO BREW TROUBLE 

NORTHGATE MALL 

SEE NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER 

NORTHGATE PARK 

SEE ALSO PARKS, DURHAM 
PAINTER IN THE PARK 
SUMMER SPIN 

NORTHGATE PARK NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOODS 
OAKS WITH ROOTS IN HISTORY SPARED 
BOND HEARING TARGETS MUSEUM MOVE 

NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER 

NORTHGATE SEARS GETS A NEW LOOK 

SEARS LOWERS PRICES, ADDS GUARANTEE 

COUNTY SCHOOLS' TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION PROGRAM 

HIGH-TECH FUN 

BANK WANTS TO CLOSE NORTHGATE MALL OFFICE 

NCSU OFFERS 4 DURHAM SEMINARS/THE SUN BUSINESS INDEX 

WE'VE COME A LONG WAY! NORTHGATE (AD) 

PERKY PATIENT 

KEEPING THEM IN STITCHES 

HOLY MALL! 

NEW CAROUSEL POPULAR AMONG ALL AGES 



4/25/1989 A 
5/28/1989 A 
5/28/1989 A 
6/09/1989 A 



2/19/1989 A 

4/15/1989 A 

9/08/1989 B 

9/24/1989 D 

10/12/1989 C 

11/06/1989 B 

12/02/1989 B 



3 N M20 
1 M N M20 
1 N M20 

4 E 



1 C N C60 



N K65 
P 
N 

N K65 
N K65 
N 



S 2 12/21/1989 A 1 P N E33 



2 1/26/1989 C 
2 5/06/1989 C 
2 9/13/1989 C 



1 N K65 
1 N K65 
9 N 



H 2 1/26/1989 C 1 N K65 



H 


2 


6/15/1989 C 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 


7/22/1989 A 


5 P P T37 


S 


2 


6/21/1989 A 


1 M N C61 


S 


2 


7/25/1989 A 


1 P N H65 


H 


5 


2/28/1989 A 


10 P N C47 


H 


2 


3/01/1989 A 


10 P N C47 


H 


2 


4/02/1989 B 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 


4/03/1989 C 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 


4/04/1989 C 


1 N M06 


S 


2 


4/08/1989 A 


3 P N 


S 


2 


4/19/1989 E 


SPA 


H 


2 


6/01/1989 B 


5 P P S76 


S 


2 


7/08/1989 A 


5 P P 


S 


2 


8/08/1989 C 


1 P P C45 


S 


2 


8/22/1989 A 


6 P N G59 



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LIKELY 



NO ASSURANCES OFFERED NEIGHBORS BY NORTHGATE MALL 

TEEN SHOT AT NORTHGATE ^^ 

2 SOUGHT FOR NORTHGATE MALL SHOOTING 

NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER, EXPANSION 
NORTHGATE PLANS MAJOR EXPANSION 

NORTHSIDE <NEI6HBORH00D> AorA 
NORTHSIDE NAMED CONSERVATION AREA 

NORTHSIDE UATER TREATMENT PLANT (DURHAM, N.CO 

2 WASTE-TREATMENT PLANTS EXPANSION STEP APPROVED 13-0 

sewage treatment options on agenda 

epa: expand northside plant 

group: tighten limits on seuage-plant F1AN 

COUNCIL OKS WASTE WATER TREA^NT EXPANSION 

SlRS IFc^FOR DISCOUNTING LOU BID 
APPARDfT LOU BIDDER URGES CITY REVIEU Of MUSE STANDARDS 
mUMCIL OS SMERVUM IMPROVEMENTS; HOC MILLION BOND REFER. 
COUNCIL SETS REFERENDUM ON SEWER-PLANT UPGRADES 

^^arfo^'N^Elr^ IN THE MOLD OF DUKE 

■"^Kiga^lS^ TEAM 
NORTHWOOD HIGH SCHOOL 

HMBCTTOGEl THE STORY; NORTHWOOD HIGH REPORTER GETS SCOOP... 

PROM '89; NIGHT TO REMEMBER 

CHARLOTTE'S WEBB SUMMER HIT 

NOVA PROGRAM (KINSTON, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO GROUP CARE HOMES 

SE juvmles^court^tIred PSYCHIATRIC CARE COSTLY 

NUCLEAR ARMS FREEZE CAMPAIGN 
SEE NUCLEAR WEAPONS 

NUCLEAR ENERGY „„„„„. 

SEE ALSO ANTI-MJCLEAR MOVEMENT 
SEE ALSO ATOMIC ENERGY 
SHUNNING NUCLEAR ENERGY 

NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING 
SEE MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING 

NUCLEAR PLANT SAFETY 
SEE NUCLEAR SAFETY 

^^CL^^TOrT&Y pS^FD^CKL *75,000 
NUKE SUPPORTER: OPPOSITION DUE TO IGNORANCE 

SlSNG^Af SfflO FIND BROKEN TUBES 
MRCB?ERTS BEGIN PROBE OF FIRE AT SHEARCN HARRIS 

NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION 

^OJUBKUfimmt FINING Cm <7S,000 

S^ E iS^^L^S^M^ffi^ NRC 

DUKE PCtER PAYS $25,000 FINE ____ 

NRC EXPERTS BEGIN PROBE OF SF « »«ONHflTOK _ 

NUCLEAR POWER FOE EDDLEMAN HAS FILED 350 ISSUES UITH NRC 



N 

P 

H 
H 

S 



S I T 

E ELY 

D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



2 12/14/1989 B 
2 12/22/1989 C 
2 12/22/1989 A 



1 N R63 
1 P N C47 
1 P N B53 



H 2 10/19/1989 C 1 N S22 



CHH 1 10/25/1989 A 3 N 



H 


2 2/07/1989 C 


1 


N S69 


H 


2 4/06/1989 C 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 6/17/1989 A 


1 


N M06 


s 


2 6/20/1989 C 


1 


N M06 


H 


2 7/26/1989 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 7/26/1989 A 


1 M N C61 


s 


2 9/20/1989 A 


1 P N C&l 


H 


2 9/21/1989 C 


1 


N S69 


H 


2 12/19/1989 C 


1 


N R63 


S 


2 12/19/1989 C 


1 


N C61 


H 


2 12/02/1989 D 


1 


N L22 


S 


2 9/08/1989 D 


1 


U D18 



H 2 1/14/1989 B 1 P U M66 

CHH 1 3/01/1989 A 3 P N M25 

H 2 5/06/1989 B 1 P P S73 

H 2 8/05/1989 A 6 P U 



H 2 10/22/1989 A 1 N S82 



H 2 12/24/1989 D 4 E 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/05/1989 B 
2 3/09/1989 A 
2 3/09/1989 B 
2 3/11/1989 B 
2 10/11/1989 A 


4 
3 

10 
4 

1 


N 
N 
N 

N 
N 


H 2 1/05/1989 B 
H 2 1/05/1989 D 
CHH 1 4/16/1989 A 
H 2 5/17/1989 A 
H 2 10/11/1989 A 
H 2 11/05/1989 B 


4 
4 
3 
12 
1 
1 


N 
N 

N M25 
N 
N 
U N36 



^J^ICLEAR SAFETY 



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SEE ALSO DISASTER SIMULATIONS 
SEE ALSO RADIATION 
SEE ALSO SAFETY 

GROUP DOUBTS REACTOR'S SAFETY 

DUKE POWER PAYS *25,000 FINE 

COUNTY WON'T JOIN ATTACK EXERCISE 

NUCLEAR TESTS 

RESOLUTION URGES NUCLEAR TEST BAN 

NUCLEAR WASTE ROUTES 

CPW. WAITING ON OK FOR SHIPPING WASTE/SUNDAY FOCUS! SHIPPING NUCLEAR,., 
NUCLEAR WASTE RAIL TRAVEL PLANS APPROVED BY NRC 

NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL AND STORAGE 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C., HAZARDOUS WASTE 

SEE ALSO CHEH-flUCLEAR SYSTEMS, INC. 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE UNIV. , RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL 

SEE ALSO N.C. WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD 

SEE ALSO RADIATION 

SEE ALSO SOUTHEAST COMPACT COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS 

SEE ALSO WASTE DISPOSAL 

NUCLEAR WASTE FORUM PLANNED FOR HILLSBOROUGH 

FORUM TO ADDRESS WASTE DUMP SITE 

CONSULTANT OFFERS WAY TO APPROACH FINDING WASTE SITE 

INFORMATION CAMPAIGN SET ON NUCLEAR WASTE DISPOSAL 

CAUTION IN EVERY CORNER/SUNDAY FOCUS! SHIPPING NUCLEAR WASTE 

CP8A. WAITING ON OK FOR SHIPPING WASTE/SUNDAY FOCUS! SHIPPING NUCLEAR... 

SHEARON HARRIS HAS EXTRA SPACE FOR SPENT FUEL 

DUKE SCIENTIST DISCUSSES RADIOACTIVE-WASTE STORAGE 

NUCLEAR WASTE RAIL TRAVEL PLANS APPROVED BY NRC 

RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL REPORT URGES EARLY USE OF MEDIATORS 

7 PRIVATE INCINERATORS BURN NUCLEAR WASTE 

WASTE DISPOSAL HEARINGS CRITICIZED 

CHATHAM OFFICIALS LOOKING TO DODGE NUCLEAR WASTE PILE 

UTILITIES MAY HAVE LOBBIED FOR COMPACT, HACKNEY SAYS 

RADIOACTIVE WASTE DATA CONTRADICTED 

CHATHAM TO CONSIDER RESOLUTION ON STORAGE OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE 

WAKE-CHATHAM TRACT TAPPED AS POSSIBLE N-WASTE SITE 

TIME TO PAY THE PIPER 

TWO NUKE SITES UNSUITABLE-UILLHOIT 

STATE GETS WELL SAMPLES NEAR DUKE FOREST SITE 

WE'LL HAVE TO PAY THE COSTS 

THOMANN APPOINTED TO COMPACT GROUP 

ASSEMBLY BLOCKS DEBATE ON NUCLEAR WASTE SITE 

REACTIONS MIXED ON WASTE ISSUE 

HOSTS GET BENEFITS 

NUCLEAR WEAPONS 

SEE ALSO ARMS SALE 
SEE ALSO ATOMIC BOMBS 
IGNORANCE IS PERPETUATED 

NUCLEODANZA 

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

SOUTH AMERICAN DANCE CO. PERFORMS TONIGHT 

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 

NUDITY 

SEE ALSO INDECENT EXPOSURE 
SEE ALSO PORNOGRAPHY 
CHASED NUDE MAN FACES SEX CHARGES 



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CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 3 N M25 
H 2 5/17/1989 A 12 N 
CHH 1 7/27/1989 A 3 N M20 



CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 
CHH 



4/02/1989 A 
4/16/1989 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH J. 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/17/1989 A 

1/18/1989 A 

1/31/1989 B 

3/07/1989 A 

4/02/1989 

4/02/1989 

4/02/1989 

4/07/1989 

4/16/1989 

6/14/1989 

6/25/1989 

8/29/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/21/1989 

9/26/1989 

10/16/1989 

11/09/1989 

11/10/1989 

11/16/1989 

11/18/1989 

11/28/1989 

11/29/1989 

12/08/1989 

12/08/1989 

12/08/1989 



H 2 1/09/1989 A 



6/26/1989 B 
6/26/1989 C 
6/27/1989 B 
6/27/1989 B 
6/27/1989 C 
6/28/1989 A 



D N M25 
N M25 



N M20 
N M20 
N K65 
N 

N C62 
N M25 
N M25 
N A54 
N M25 
N K65 
N K65 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N L40 
E 

N M25 
N E33 
E 
N 

N L40 
N M25 
N M25 



F Zll 
N T77 
R L59 
R B71 
N T77 
R B71 



H 2 9/24/1989 B 1 N M51 



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*** HAWGm C L^Y I B£ , CL6sO/EFF0RTS INTENSIFY AFTER JULY ASSAULT DM WOMAN 
ATTACK SITE TO GET STREET LIGHT 

NURSERY SCHOOLS 

SEE CHILD CARE CENTERS 

SEe'aLSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, NURSES 

I SH8 SKfe^cM? W, NURSING PROGRAM 

^^^Y C ^^ S W i^IfT^^^%ING wT Aj ^ 
OLD-FASHIONED NURSE APPRECIATED IN HIGH-TECH WORLD AT DUKE 
FIVE NURSES FROM AREA RECEIVE TOP 100 HONOR 
COMPASSION IS CRITICAL FOR CRITICAL-CARE NURSES 
LIFE FLIGHT NURSE THRIVES ON VARIETY IN JOB 

NURSES, N.C. mmimml 

SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF NURSING 
SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPnAL, NURSES 
SEE ALSO N.C. NURSES EXAM 
SEE ALSO NURSING SCHOOLS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO UM^OF^-CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF NURSING mmm 

01LBB ALL NURSES i UNC TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR UPDATE COURSEb 
NURSING; AIDES FACE ADDITIONAL REGULATIONS 

A*A WANTS mSST TECHNOLOGIST, HIGHER NURSE AIDES' STANDARDS __,__ 
SSsE^ CoSeNTSRTOSHING CHANGE/ JAMES R. SMITH (CORRECTED 3-21-89) 
HICKORY NURSE CHARGED IN PATIENTS' DEATH MISSES CARING FOR FEOPLE 

"^'aLSO* ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, HEALTH PROFESSIONALS 
SEE ALSO HEATH CARE WORKERS 
SEE ALSO REGISTERED CARE TECHNOLOGISTS 
SEE ALSO SCHOOL NURSES 

FORGET AMA PROPOSAL 

LECTURER TO DISCUSS ROLE OF NURSES 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



8/28/1989 A 1 
9/25/1989 A 3 



N M70 
N 



nurses aides 

SE nlS! N ahes face - addijional^wtions 
ama wants neu technologist, higher nurse aides' 



STANDARDS 



NURSING HOMES, DURHAM „„„„__. ,_-„,-, UMIir unw 

SEE ALSO VETERANS ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL, NURSING HOME 
80-BED NURSING HOME APPROVED 

NURSING HOMES, N.C. 

1 £18 nMSh"!® FACILITIES ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO REST HOMES, N.C. _„. ,_„ 

DRUGS POORLY ADMINISTERED IN MANY REST HOMES ,_ t ,„_, 

Pt^ACYreOFESSOR TO STUDY DRUG THERAPY GIVEN BY REST HOMES 
SBa 1 MILLMAYGET NEJ CAPE FACILITY FOR ELDERLY 
KOUTO HELP TEENS REALIZE MEANING OF NURSING HOME VISITS 

nu ^ I unc^t6r I : , health care FOR ELDERLY IN POOR HEATH 

NURSING SCHOOLS, N.C. _ .„„„. 

1 SS ^S^^AS^Iaim, NURSING PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO NURSES, N.C. ,__„_ 

NURSING; AIDES FACE ADDITIONAL REGULATIONS 

DUKE PROGRAM TO RECRUIT, RETAIN NURSES 

NURSING STUDY AT RISK, UNC REPORT SAYS 



H 


2 1/17/1989 C 


6 N C60 


H 


2 5/19/1989 C 


4 N DM 


H 


2 8/25/1989 B 


8 N 


S 


2 9/22/1989 B 


1 P F S27 


s 


2 11/13/1989 C 


1 N 



CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 



2/07/1989 A 
2/13/1989 B 
2/13/1989 B 
3/20/1989 A 
12/17/1989 B 



5 P N 
1 P N C60 
1 N C60 
4 U 
8 N 



H 2 1/29/1989 D 4 E 
H 2 4/11/1989 C 12 N 



H 2 2/13/1989 B 1 P N C60 
H 2 2/13/1989 B 1 NCiO 



H 2 5/31/1989 C 1 N 



CHH 1 1/26/1989 A 5 N U80 

H 2 2/10/1989 C 6 N U80 

CHH 1 6/22/1989 A 3 N H90 

CHH 1 7/31/1989 A 5 U 



CHH 1 1/27/1989 A 



H 2 2/13/1989 B 
H 2 3/04/1989 C 
CHH 1 6/09/1989 A 



1 P N C60 

2 N 

1 C N S17 



NURSING SHORTAGE 



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E 

C -PG 



NCMH ASKS FLEXIBILITY TO SOLVE NURSING DEARTH 

BID FOR EARLIEST PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY DRAWS LITTLE SUPPORT 

OFFICIALS SAY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM AIMS AT STATE'S NURSING SHORTAGE 

THE NUTCRACKER (BALLET AND MOVIE) 

NEW 'NUTCRACKER' FOR CHRISTMAS H 

THE MAGIC BEHIND THE MAGIC CHH 

ENCHANTING, HEARTFELT/THE NUTCRACKER H 

'THE NUTCRACKER' H 

CLASSIC BALLET MADE NEW IN NEWLY RENOVATED MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM S 

NUTRITION 

SEE ALSO BABY FOOD 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA FITNESS 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, NUTRITION 

SEE ALSO DIETITIANS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, LUNCH PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, LUNCH PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO EATING 

SEE ALSO FIBER (IN DIET) 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

SEE ALSO SARAH W, STEDHAN CENTER FOR NUTRITIONAL STUDIES 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., LUNCH PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL INSTITUTE OF NUTRITION 

SEE ALSO VITAMINS 

SEE ALSO WEIGHT CONTROL 

SEE ALSO WOMEN INFANT AND CHILDREN PROGRAM 

SUPERMARKET SMARTS; DURHAM NUTRITIONIST PROMOTES GUIDE TO SHOPPING... 

TAKING THE CALORIES OUT OF YOUR OLD FAVORITE RECIPES 

WOLFING DOWN THE CULPRITS 

REGISTERED DIETITIAN: ADVISER FOR A NUTRITION-WISE LIFESTYLE 

RESISTING THE SEVEN DIETARY SINS 

MAY NUTRITION CONFERENCE CONSIDERS WOMEN'S ISSUES 

OAT BRAN ENTERS MAINSTREAM CUISINE 

THE BREAKFAST SPECIAL/AREA RESTAURANTS RECOUNT STRANGE CUSTOMER REQUESTS 

LABEL READING, PLANNING KEYS TO FOLLOWING A HEALTHY DIET 

HOUSE TO CONSIDER DIETITIAN LICENSING 

ALL'S WELL 

HEALTH RISK REPORTS ARE RISKY BUSINESS, MEDIA EXPERT SAYS 

DOCTORS PAYING MORE ATTENTION TO NUTRITION-AUTHOR 

LOW-PROTEIN DIET PART OF KIDNEY DISEASE STUDY 

NUTRITIONIST OFFERS ADVICE ON COPING WITH HOLIDAY BULGE 

OPEC (ORGANIZATION OF PETROLEUM EXPORTING COUNTRIES) 
SEE OIL PRICES 

0. MAX GARDNER AWARD 
SEE AL^O AWARDS 
LAUPUS, RUBIN RECEIVE AWARDS FROM UNC BOARD 
UNC BOARD PRESENTS 0. MAX GARDNER AWARDS 



CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 
H 2 3/29/1989 D 
CHH 1 7/10/1989 A 



12/01/1989 
12/04/1989 
12/08/1989 
12/15/1989 
12/18/1989 



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



2/01/1989 B 
3/01/1989 B 
3/07/1989 A 
3/08/1989 B 
3/15/1989 B 
4/28/1989 A 
5/10/1989 C 
5/17/1989 B 
6/21/1989 B 
7/21/1989 A 
9/26/1989 
9/26/1989 
9/29/1989 
12/13/1989 
12/26/1989 



S 2 5/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/14/1989 A 



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OAK CROSSINGS PARTNERSHIP 
NEW SHOPPING CENTER 

OAK GROVE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

OAK GROVE YOUTH BASKETBALL TEAM CHAMPS HONORED 
OAK GROVE BOYS, BETHESDA GIRLS WIN AT HOOPS 
OAK GROVE HOSTS GIRLS' SOFTBALL 
OAK GROVE SOCCER 

OAK GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

REDISTRICTING FOE CITES OAK GROVE HERITAGE 

OAK GROVE PUPILS, FACULTY PUT HEARTS INTO PROJECT 

OAK GROVE GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM 

OAK GROVE, 13-16/OAK GROVE, 12 & UNDER 

OAK GROVE PLANTATION (VIRGINIA) 

OLD PLANTATION HOME TO 'NEW SOUTHERN COOKING' 



S 2 2/21/198? B 

S 2 3/14/1989 B 

S 2 7/11/1989 D 

S 2 12/12/1989 C 



H 2 2/15/1989 C 
H 2 4/01/1989 C 



S 2 7/18/1989 D 
S 2 5/24/1989 C 



6 N M20 
9 N 
1 P N L90 



3 P F W66 
3 P N H90 

6 P R 

3 P F L45 

7 R L45 



P F S56 
F 
E 
F 
F 
N 
F 
F 
F 

N M20 
P R56 
N 

N C60 
N C60 
N S17 



S27 
S56 



6 N 
6 P N 



H 2 2/12/1989 F 1 P P 



4 P P T32 

4 P N A76 

5 P N 

6 P P T32 



1 N J40 
1 P N J40 



4 P P C45 
1 P F S27 



OAK HILL COUNTRY CLUB 



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P 



FAZIO EXPECTING COMPLAINTS FROM GOLFERS OVER REDESIGN OF ROSS' OAK HILL 

m y OAff uSSuEffinERS TO FTOFn FROM SALE Of THRIFT 

OAKLEIGH AT DURHAM r ^ 

COUNTY HOSPITAL TO UP RATES 
CO-DEPENDENCY SEMINARS SET 
OAKLEIGH OUT OF RED 

OASIS (DURHAM, N.C) 
SEE ALSO BINGO 

SE OAS^S°BINK I CLul IS TtflNG NO MORE CHANCES IN DURHAM 
COURT RULES THE GAME WAS BINGO 

OATS 

OFT AJ ^Tl BRAiJ 
OFFICIALS STILL CHEWING ON KIDS' OATMEAL CASE 
OAT BRAN ENTERS MAINSTREAM CUISINE 

GBE SEeVsO BIG BEAUTIFUL WOMAN (FASHIONS FOR LARGE WOKEN) 

WEIGHT LOSS AIDS DIABETES, STATE Of MIND 
CLOTHING HARD TO FIND FOR HEFTY CHILDREN 

° BITU LOsfVoR MORTICIANS, NEWSROOM CREW IS GAIN FOR DENISE'S FAMILY 

°' roi S^^NEAfi 6MNI COMPLEX BECCMES ONE-CAR JUNK YARD 

O'BRIEN AMD ATKINS OF DURHAM 

WACHOVIA TO RENOVATE MAIN OFFICE BUILDING 
ARCHITECTURAL FIRM GIVES MUSEUM FUNDS 

OBSCENE PHONE CALLS 
SEE ALSO HARASSMENT 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO TERRORISM 
SCRAP LEADERS DENOUNCE OBSCENE CALLS 

OBSCENITY 

SEE CENSORSHIP 

SEE CURSING 

SEE FREEDOM OF THE PRESS 

SEE OBSCENE PHONE CALLS 

SEE PORNOGRAPHY 

OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER 

S ^^ < OfFER L iaiEF FROM UNCONTROLLABLE OBSESSIONS 
SHE HAS DEEP COMPULSION TO PULL OUT HAIR 
ETCRIMEKTAL HM30FFERS HELP FOR COMPULSIONS 
rtORE THAN FOOD, IT'S AN OBSESSION 

^sF* ASc^GE Cf OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 
SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO DUK^UNI™ MEDICAL CENTER, OBSTETMCMYNECOLOGY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, OBSTETRIC UNIT 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SEE ALSO PRENATAL CARE 

SE hScTIC?IS5UE L BOEcflU. FOR INf ANT CARE, EXPERT SAYS 
DU&WANTS INDIGENT BIRTH COSTS SPLIT WITH COUNTY 
HOSPITALS SHOULD SHARE LOAD 



E 

D 



—DATE 
6/14/1989 D 



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H 2 1/22/1989 D 



H 

H 



4/13/1989 A 
6/05/1989 B 
9/14/1989 A 



1/07/1989 A 
9/06/1989 B 



1 P N C49 

6 N C47 

1 C N C60 
1 N Bll 
1 N H65 



N S32 
N L40 



CHH 1 1/28/1989 A 1 N L90 
S 2 5/10/1989 C 1 P F S27 



S 2 4/07/1989 B 1 P F 659 
S 2 6/02/1989 C 1 N 
S 2 7/27/1939 A 6 P F G59 



H 2 4/09/1989 B 1 U N36 



H 2 3/18/1989 C 1 P N S69 



S 2 5/22/1989 B 3 N 
S 2 6/09/1989 C 4 N 



CHH 1 5/18/1989 A 1PN 



S 2 5/10/1989 A 10 U 

H 2 9/17/1989 B 1 P N C60 

H 2 9/17/1989 B 12 N C60 

CHH 1 10/01/1989 A 3 N S17 



CHH 1 4/26/1989 A 3 N S17 
H 2 5/14/1989 A 1 N C60 
H 2 5/17/1989 A 4 E 



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P D — DATE — C -TO L P BYL 



HOSPITAL SPOKESMAN: EXTRA MATERNITY CASES MAY BRING RATE INCREASES H 2 5/18/1989 C 

COUNTY HOSPITAL OFFICIALS SAY DUKE HASN'T GIVEN NOTICE ON DELIVERIES H 2 6/15/1989 C 

HOSPITAL PROVIDING OBSTETRICAL CARE TO PATIENTS OF LINCOLN HEALTH CENTER H 2 9/14/1989 C 

WHO PAYS FOR THE BABIES? H 2 10/05/1989 A 



1 N C60 

3 N C60 

2 N C60 

4 E 



OCCANEECHI INDIANS 

SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C. 
NO GLAMOUR, JUST HARD WORK; FASCINATION OF ARCHAEOLOGY TRANSCENDS. . . 
SITE OF INDIAN VILLAGE ON END TO GET MORE STUDY 
FESTIVITIES TO INCLUDE LOST INDIAN SITE TOUR 

STORY 'JUST BEGINNING TO BE TOLD'/DISCOVERY REVEALS EARLY ENO RIVER.., 
ENO TRIBE TO HOLD CELEBRATION 
KEEPING ANCIENT CUSTOMS ALIVE; TRIBES HOLD FIFTH ANNUAL POWWOW 

OCCONEECHEE MOUNTAIN PARK 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C, PARKS 
SEE ALSO PARKS, ORANGE COUNTY 

PARK LAND ACQUISITION HITS SNAG 

PARK, TREE BOARDS MAY GET PERMANENT STATUS 

OCCONNEECHEE POINT 

ANNEXATION COULD BE COSTLY FOR TOWN, GROUP SAYS 

OCEANS 

SEE ALSO BEACHES, N.C. AND S.C. 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MARINE LABORATORY 

SEE ALSO OUTER BANKS, N.C. 

SCIENTIST'S GOAL! DEGRADABLE PLASTIC TO PROTECT SEAS 

OCEAN CONTROL IS ROAD TO NOWHERE 

OCONEE NUCLEAR STATION 

NRC TO EXAMINE OCONEE PLANT FOLLOWING FIRE 
DUKE POWER PAYS 125,000 FINE 

QCfc'ACQKE ISLAND 

WONDERS WASH UP ON OCRACOKE'S SHORES 

ODDS & ENDS (SUN COLUMN) 
ODDS & ENDS 

ODESSA KLEZMER ORCHESTRA 

THE DISTINCTIVE SOUNDS OF KLEZMER ORCHESTRA FILL ARTSCENTER SATURDAY 

ODORS 

SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTION 
RESIDENTS OF BUTNER NEIGHBORHOOD SKEPTICAL ODOR PROBLEM IS SOLVED 

OFF-SHORE DRILLING 
SEE ALSO OIL 
SEE ALSO OIL EXPLORATION 

INSIGHT/A QUESTION OF BALANCE; PROPOSED GAS SEARCH OFF TAR HEEL COAST.. 

DRILLING DELAY COULD SAVE N.C. COASTLINE 

GOVERNOR SAYS STATE MAY SUE FOR STUDY OF OFFSHORE DRILLING 

OFFSHORE DRILLING CAN BE A BOON 

N.C, MOBIL REACH AGREEMENT ON OFFSHORE DRILLING 

MORE CLOUT OR JUST CLAPTRAP? 

COMPROMISE PLAN CAN PROTECT N.C. COASTLINE 

DON'T SACRIFICE COAST FOR WELLS 

ONE OFFSHORE OIL SPILL EVERY 20 YEARS IS TOO BIG A GAMBLE 

CAUTION THE BEST COURSE ON DRILLING 

OFF-SHORE OIL LEASES 

LUJAN HONEST TO A FAULT 

ALASKA SPILL HOLDS LESSON FOR N.C. 

STATE UNPREPARED TO COPE WITH OIL SPILL, OFFICIAL SAYS 

OPPOSING OIL RICHES 

DON'T TRUST MOBIL WITH ENVIRONMENT 

OFFICE ALTERNATIVE 

OFFICE ALTERNATIVE OPENS FRANCHISE 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



2 
2 

g 

m 

2 
2 

CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



4/05/1989 
4/05/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/23/1989 
8/11/1989 
8/14/1989 



N S17 
N H90 
N 

N H90 
N 
N D38 



CHH 1 4/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/12/1989 A 



3 N H90 
3 N H90 



CHH 1 6/19/1989 A 1 N H90 



H 2 2/04/1989 C 
CHH 1 7/30/1989 A 



H 2 1/05/1989 D 
H 2 5/17/1989 A 



CHH 1 6/18/1989 A 
S 2 1/26/1989 B 
H 2 1/27/1989 D 



1 N K65 
4 E 



4 N 
12 N 



4 U 
3 U C09 
7 F W66 



H 1 3/04/1989 C 1 N T33 



2/05/1989 D 
2/18/1989 A 
4/06/1989 B 
4/13/1989 A 
7/15/1989 
7/15/1989 
8/08/1989 
11/07/1989 
11/12/1989 
12/06/1989 



1 D F 

4 E 

9 N 

4 E 

1 P N 

4 E 



S 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 



3/24/1989 A 
4/07/1989 A 
5/01/1989 C 
7/10/1989 A 
7/31/1989 A 



H 2 8/27/1989 D 



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OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET 

SEE U.S. OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET 

CFFICE PARKS 

SEE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARKS 

OIL 

SEE ALSO FISH OIL 

SEE ALSO OFF-SHORE DRILLING 

T«"ffi^ING S HEKG TOWARD DISASTROUS OIL CRISIS 

OIL EXPLORATION „ ATTnil 

SEE ALSO NATURAL GAS, EXPLORATION 

^^KPAo'sTATEMEKT^QUIRED FOR MOBILE'S EXPLORATORY WELL 

W^^^^JSS^^^S^f^ TAR HEEL CO^T... 

S^ON^r^lSW. WAKE FOR OIL DRILLING 
OIL COMPANIES MAY DRILL HERE 
OIL NOT SUCH A CRUDE IDEA 

OIL PRICES ___ _, 

SEE ALSO ENERGY, COSTS 

SEE ALSO HEATING FUEL PRICES 

PANEL APPROVES BILL TO TAX ILLEGAL DRUGS 

THE EVER-CHANGING OIL PRICES 

AREA FACES OIL PRICE INCREASES 

LIMITED-OIL PRICES SOAR IN DURHAM 

OIL SPILLS M , „ 
SEE ALSO CHEMICAL SPILLS 
SEE ALSO GASOLINE SPILLS , <nnr 

OIL LEAKS INTO WELL FROM TANK AT STORE 

EXXON APPEARS BLAMEWORTHY 

EXXON (CARTOON) 

ALASKAN OIL UNDER ASSAULT 

OIL SPILL BUMPS PRICE AT PUMPS 

0«N^ I ^^US^rJs N Ticia OIL COAT... (CARTOON) 
DISASTER RESPONSE NEEDS IMPROVEMENT 
WHY THAT GASOLINE SMELLS LIKE A RAT 

raOTKI MCE INCREASES, AAA SPOKESMAN SAYS 

^cf^lNG^YT^ C ^T8 IT S l|?£.. (COATED 5-2-89) 
STATE UNPREPARED TO COPE WITH OIL SPILL, OFFICIAL SAYS 

King dHe R prof D to check impact of alaskan oil spill 

NX. OFFICIALS KEEPING TABS ON PRICES SINCE VALDEZ SPILL 
SAFELY SHIPPING OIL MEANS HIGHER COSTS 

KK'rECEIKS ITS RIGHTFUL PRIORITY 
EXXON SHOULD COMPLETE CLEANUP 
DON'T TRUST MOBIL WITH ENVIRONMENT 
BUSH ADMINISTRATION GAGS EXXON CRITICISM 
CITY SEEKS HELP FINDING OIL DUMPER 

S^rSS^OIL IF DRILLING RESPONSIBLE... 
VALDEZ SPILL RESPONSE TOO SLOW, COUSTEAU SPOKESMAN SAYS 
ONEOFFSHORE OILSPILL EVERY 20 YEARS IS TOO BIG A GAMBLE 

OKTOBERFEST (DUKE UNIV.) 
SEE ALSO CRAFT SHOWS 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DURHAM 
FESTIVAL TIME AT DUKE 



H 2 


2/04/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 12/03/1989 D 


2 P U H49 


H 2 


1/06/1989 A 


8 


N 


H 2 


2/04/1989 A 


12 


N 


H 2 


2/05/1989 D 


1 D F 


CHH 1 


7/31/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


9/13/1989 A 


1 


N S22 


S 2 


9/13/1989 A 


1 M N C61 


S 2 


9/15/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


4/28/1989 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


7/04/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 12/27/1989 A 


1 


N C60 


H 2 12/29/1989 A 


1 


N C60 


H 2 


1/15/1989 B 


1 


N P41 


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 


S 2 


4/05/1989 A 


1 F 


• N M06 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


4/09/1989 D 


4 T T C50 


S 2 


4/11/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


4/12/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


4/13/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


1 


N S17 


S 2 


4/27/1989 C 


1 P N H65 


H 2 


4/30/1989 A 


1 P N P41 


H 2 


5/01/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/02/1989 A 


2 


N 


S 2 


5/11/1989 A 


14 


N 


CHH 1 


5/27/1989 A 


3 


N D38 


S 2 


6/28/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


7/10/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 2 


7/18/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


7/27/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


7/31/1989 A 


4 


E 


S 2 


8/14/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


8/16/1989 D 


5 


N R63 


S 2 


9/19/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


9/21/1989 C 


1 P N S22 


CHH 1 


10/12/1989 A 


5 


N 


CHH 1 


11/12/1989 A 


3 


U 


S 2 10/07/1989 C 


1 P P T37 



OLD BOY NETWORK 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJE 



SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, ALUMNI 

OLD DOMINION UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
TAR KEELS 'OUTFOX' MONARCHS, 87-77 
UNC TURNS BACK OBJ 

OLD FARM (DURHAM, N.C. COMMUNITY) 

OLD FARM RESIDENTS FIGHT 2-SCHOOL PLAN 

POLICE SEEK INFORMATION ON OLD FARM BREAK-INS 

RESIDENTS KNOCK ENO DRIVE PROJECT 

CITY'S 'CLERICAL ERROR' ON ENO DRIVE STIRS TWO NEIGHBORHOODS 

OLD FARM FOLLOWS ENO LOOP PLAN 

COUNCIL DROPS ENO LOOP PLAN 

DON'T DELAY PROJECT; NEW ENO DRIVE ROUTE PITS NEIGHBOR AGAINST NEIGHBOR 

CITY COUNCIL: ENO DRIVE NOT TO BE MAJOR NORTHERN BYPASS 

•ENO DRIVE' IS OUT OF THE LOOP 

EXPERTS OFFER ALTERNATIVES TO ENO DRIVE 

CITY SEEKS IMPACT STATEMENT ON ENO DRIVE 

ENO DRIVE GETS NEW NAME, WORK SCHEDULE 

INNER LOOP OK'D; PATH UNCERTAIN 

OLD FARMER'S ALMANAC 
SEE FARMERS' ALMANAC 

OLD FORT, N.C. 

TOXIC WASTE UNCOVERED AT OLD FORT 

OLD GIRL NETWORK 
SEE WOMEN, CAREERS 

OLD GREENSBORO HIGHWAY 

COUNTY PUTS FINISHING TOUCHES ON DUMP SITES 

OLD GRINGO (FILM) 

IT'S MEXICAN HISTORY WITH THE FONDA TOUCH/'OW GRINGO' 

OLD LYSTRA ROAD 

CHAPEL HILL EXCEEDED AUTHORITY, COURT RULES 

OLD SALEM 

OLD SALEM DEMONSTRATES A COLONIAL CLEANING FLUID 
A CHRISTMAS OASIS/SATURDAY AT OLD SALEM 

OLD STONE BANK 

HOME SAVINGS, R.I. FIRM LOCK PURCHASE DEAL 

COALITION FILES CHALLENGE TO SALE OF HOME SAVINGS 

U.S. BANKING OFFICIALS GET HS&L COMPLAINT 

HOME SAVINGS AND LOAN TAKEOVER PUT ON HOLD (CORRECTED 6-15-89) 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

COALITION PRESSES FOR WRITTEN AGREEMENT FROM OLD STONE BANK ON LENDING 

OLD STONE BANK REDUCES RATES ON HOME LOANS 

CCB TO CREATE LOAN POOL FOR LOW-INCOME HOUSING 

OLD STONE CORP. (PROVIDENCE, R.I.) 

U.S. REQUEST DELAYS HOME SAVINGS-OLD STONE MERGER 
HOME SiL, OLD STONE DEAL OF 

OLD TIME WESTERN FILM CLUB FESTIVAL 
SEE OLD WESTERN FILM CLUB 

OLD TIMES (PLAY) 

'OLD TIMES' NEXT PRC PRODUCTION 

'OLD TIMES'; PLAYMAKERS REPERTORY COMPANY TO SFAGE HAROLD PINTER PLAY 

THIS PINTER MAKES POINT DESPITE 'THRUST' 

'OLD TIMES' CAPTURES PINTER'S STYLE 

OLD WELL APARTMENTS 

APARTMENT FIRE CAUSE UNKNOWN; CARRBORO FIRE FIGHTERS STOP BLAZE... 

OLD WESTERN FILM CLUB 



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I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


H 


2 2/15/1989 D 


1 P N P75 


S 


2 2/15/1989 D 


1 P N P52 


S 


2 2/17/1989 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 2/19/1989 B 


6 N 


S 


2 3/29/1989 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 4/11/1989 C 


1 N S69 


S 


2 4/11/1989 C 


1 N M06 


S 


2 4/13/1989 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 4/17/1989 A 


4 E 


H 


2 4/18/1989 B 


1 N S69 


S 


2 4/18/1989 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 8/09/1989 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 12/12/1989 C 


1 N R63 


S 


2 12/12/1989 A 


1 N C61 


S 


2 12/19/1989 A 


1 N C61 



H 2 1/28/1989 C 14 N 

CHH 1 11/20/1989 A 1 P N M20 

H 2 12/08/1989 D 22 P R S92 

CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 1 N L40 



H 2 9/21/1989 B 1 N 
H 2 12/15/1989 D 8 P F W66 



S 


2 3/07/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/10/1989 C 


1 


M N R63 


S 


2 5/17/1989 B 


1 


N C61 


H 


2 6/08/1989 D 


6 


N R63 


H 


2 6/15/1989 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 9/20/1989 C 


5 


N S22 


H 


2 12/02/1989 C 


1 


N R63 


S 


2 12/05/1989 A 


1 


N E33 


S 


2 11/16/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/23/1989 A 


1 


N C60 



CHH 1 10/01/1989 A 7 N 

CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 10 P F 

S 2 10/30/1989 B 3 P R 

H 2 10/31/1989 A 7 R P10 



CHH 1 4/12/1989 A 1 P N M70 



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BYL 



SEE ALSO COWBOYS 

^W-QN "^-G^LoTeASTER BONNET AND HEAD TO LIBERTY 
DAYS OF YESTERYEAR ARE BACK WITH WESTERN FILMS IN RALEIGH 
WESTERN FILM FAIR OPENS TODAY IN RALEIGH 
B-WESTERN FANS LOOK TO SUNSET 

"^ TRAININ^F^WORK FORCE PROGRAM FOCUS 
OLDER AMERICAN ACT 

%<TCRAM^OR ELDERLYIMPERILED, LACK OF MONEY HAS OFFICIALS SCRAMBLING 

OLDER WORKER PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO AGE DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, DURHAM __ r „ lm , 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO JOB TRAINING _ n ^ rr 

*%&jtpjBBnjRvn* shop 

^ fflgS %£»& '^SA^NoKaWS FROM EXPEDIENCES 
0LI ^THE L GOLD STANDARD; A LIQUID ASSET IN OLIVE OIL 

OLYMPICS 

SEE ALSO GOODWILL GAMES 
SEE ALSO PENTATHLON _ 

SEE ALSO U.S. OLYMPIC COMMITTEE 
DURHAM MAY LURE 2 OLYMPIC CAMPS 

0LW USX AfPfJ^DRl'wALKER TO POST FOR BARCELONA GAMES 
WALKER GOOD CHOICE FOR OLYMPICS POSITION 

OLYMPICS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 

S ^T°USE S PR0 B PLAYERS FOR QUICK OLYMPIC FIX 
OLYMPIC JOB COULD COME FOR KRZYZEWSKI 
COACH K GOOD CHOICE TO LEAD U.S. TEAMS 
OLYMP IC OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS FOR KRZYZEWSKI 

OLYMPICS, SOUTH KOREA (1988) „ um ^ 
FIGURING OUT STAR-CROSSED NEW SYSTEM 

MBUD OMHJDSMAN OFFICE PROPOSED FOR DURHAM CITY GOVERNMENT 
LET US FIGHT CITY HALL __ „„ nri . T „ 
DURHAM DOESN'T NEED NEW COMPLAINT OFFICE 
OMBUDSMAN HIRED FOR EDUCATION ISSUES 

^^NCCU SUSPENDS FRATERNITY MEMBERS AFTER 2 STUDENTS HURT IN HAZING 

FRATERNITY AWARDS 4 SCHOLARSHIPS 
FRATERNITY TO HONOR JENKINS 

OMNI ARENA „, „ 

OMNI 'JINX' PLAGUES HEELS 

OMNI DURHAM HOTEL AND CONVENTION CENTER 

err ai en TUf CAFF 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., CIVIC CENTER PROFTOAL 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU 
SEE ALSO HOTELS, DURHAM _ „ TAr ^ i _ r 

MARCH 1 OPENING STILL OMNI HOTEL'S TARGET 

CIVIC CENTER 85X COMPLETE 



H 2 3/24/1989 D 7 N B60 

H 2 6/16/1989 D 2 P F H60 

H 1 7/06/1989 C 1 N H60 

H 2 8/22/1989 A 6 U W66 



CHH 1 10/18/1989 A 6 P N USO 



H 2 2/24/1989 C 1 N P41 



S 2 1/04/1989 A 1 P Q H65 

CHH 1 10/10/1989 A 1 P N H90 

H 2 9/13/1989 B 1 P F S56 

S 2 6/27/1989 A 1 N C61 



H 2 6/07/1989 D 
S 2 6/10/1989 A 



S 2 4/10/1989 A 

H 2 9/21/1989 D 

S 2 9/21/1989 A 

S 2 9/23/1989 B 



3 P N 

4 E 



4 E 

1 N F95 
4 E 
1 P U F25 



H 2 5/25/1989 D 1 P U M14 



H 2 1/29/1989 B 

H 2 2/02/1989 A 

S 2 2/02/1989 A 

S 2 3/21/1989 A 



H 2 2/23/1989 C 

S 2 4/25/1989 B 

S 2 6/10/1989 C 

H 2 12/21/1989 C 



1 N S69 

4 E 

4 E 

8 N 



1 N N36 
1 P P S76 

12 N 

13 N 



S 2 3/09/1989 B 1 P N F25 



H 2 1/20/1989 C I P N #54 
S 2 1/20/1989 A 1 P N H70 



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OVERTIME AT OMNI 

OMNI CONSTRUCTION ON SCHEDULE 

THIS DREAM'S ABOUT TO HAPPEN; CIVIC CENTER-HOTEL WILL OPEN... 

CIVIC CENTER TO ACCEPT 1ST GUESTS 

DURHAM OMNI OPENS TODAY 

OMNI HOTEL AND CONVENTION CENTER 'SOFT OPENING' TODAY 

FIRST GUESTS REACT FAVORABLY TO OMNI 

DURHAM CIVIC CENTER HUMMING 

OMNI HOTEL HOST TO ITS FIRST CONVENTION 

1ST MEETING 

A WEEKEND FOR GARDENERS 

GETTIN' THERE 

MAP FOR THE UORLD 

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVITIES 

SENIOR EXPO REACHES OUT TO RETIREES 

LET'S CALL IT THE CIVIC CENTER 

PARKING LOT LOSES PUBLIC SPACES 

THE LAST SLAB 

HIGH LIFE; PUPILS ENJOY LIMO RIDE, SWANKY OMNI LUNCH 

AIRLINE TO LEASE DOWNTOWN OFFICE 

OCCUPANCY IN OMNI ROOMS 30 PERCENT; OTHER BUSINESS GOOD 

CAESAR SAYS LACK OF POOL HURTS OMNI 

VISITORS BUREAU BOOKS ITS FIRST MAJOR CONVENTION FOR DURHAM 

DOWNTOWN STREET LOSES PARKING SLOTS 

DURHAM LEADERS BUSY PLANNING CITY'S FIRST BUSINESS EXPOSITION 

OMNI DURHAM HOTEL AND CONVENTION CENTER, RATES 
CIVIC-CENTER RATES SPUR MIXED EMOTIONS 

COUNCIL GETS RENTAL RATES PROPOSAL FOR DURHAM'S NEW CIVIC CENTER 
BELL WORRIES COUNTY LEFT OUT IN CIVIC CENTER RATE-CUTS TALK 
CIVIC CENTER AUTHORITY DEBATES RATES 
COUNTY, CITY ARE PARTNERS 
NEW CIVIC CENTER RATES NO MORE THAN OLD 

ON GOLDEN POND (FILM AND PLAY) 

'ON GOLDEN POND' RETAINS PATINA IN RALEIGH PRODUCTION 

ON THE HILL (CHAPEL HILL DANCE CLUB) 

DRESS CODE AT LOCAL BAR SPARKS CONTROVERSY 

ON-THE-JOB SAFETY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, INDUSTRIAL 
SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S TASK FORCE ON INJURY PREVENTION 
SEE ALSO SAFETY 
SEE ALSO WORKERS MEMORIAL DAY 
N.C. IS URGED TO PUT MORE TEETH IN ITS OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY PROGRAM 

ON THE ROAD (TV SERIES) 

KURALT TAKES BROADCAST ON ROAD FOR UNC SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK 



ONDINE'S CURSE (DISEASE) 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
LIVING WITH A CURSE; BREATHING DISORDER TIES CHILD TO A TUBE, 



MACHINE 



ONE LIFE TO LIVE (SOAP OPERA) 
SEE ALSO SOAP OPERAS 
SOAP OPERA BEING FILMED AT DUKE 

ABC SOAP STARS IN DURHAM FIND LOVE IN THE AFTERNOON AT DUKE UNIVERSITY 
A LITTLE BIT OF SOAP 

THE STARS COME OUT AT DUKE; 'ONE LIFE TO LIVE' FALLS FOR CAMPUS 
HIS LETTER DELIVERS 



1000 AIRPLANES ON THE ROOF (OPERA) 
GLASS BRINGS '1000 AIRPLANES' 
SCIENCE FICTION MUSICAL TO BE STAGED FEB. 
'AIRPLANES' 'HALLUCINOGENIC 
'AIRPLANES' TERRIFYING CLOSE ENCOUNTER 

ONE-WAY STREETS 

SEE ALSO STREETS, DURHAM 



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



H 


2 


2/02/1989 C 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


2/16/1989 C 


1 P P S76 


H 


2 


2/26/1989 D 


4 E 


S 


2 


3/01/1989 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


3/04/1989 C 


1 N C47 


S 


2 


3/04/1989 A 


1 P N H70 


H 


2 


3/06/1989 C 


1 P N N36 


S 


2 


3/06/1989 A 


1 P N H70 


H 


2 


3/08/1989 C 


1 P N T32 


S 


2 


3/08/1989 A 


7 P P T32 


H 


2 


3/18/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


3/30/1989 C 


1 P P M66 


H 


2 


4/07/1989 D 


12 M M 


H 


2 


4/08/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


4/11/1989 B 


1 P F S27 


H 


2 


4/18/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


5/08/1989 C 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


5/18/1989 C 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 


5/31/1989 B 


1 P N S92 


S 


2 


6/13/1989 A 


1 N H65 


H 


2 


7/20/1989 C 


1 N N36 


S 


2 


7/21/1989 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


8/03/1989 B 


9 N 


S 


2 


8/15/1989 C 


1 M N C61 


H 


2 


8/16/1989 D 


6 N 


S 


2 


3/02/1989 A 


1 C N H70 


H 


2 


3/03/1989 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


3/15/1989 C 


1 N A54 


S 


2 


3/15/1989 A 


1 N H65 


H 


2 


3/17/1989 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


7/20/1989 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


3/28/1989 B 


1 P R P10 


CHH 1 


10/09/1989 A 


3 N D38 



H 2 4/29/1989 B 
CHH 1 11/03/1989 A 



1/24/1989 
1/26/1989 
1/26/1989 
1/26/1989 
1/26/1989 



S 2 1/05/1989 D 

H 2 2/17/1989 C 

H 2 2/24/1989 D 

H 2 2/28/1989 C 



4 N 
3 P N S17 



S 2 2/25/1989 C 1 N 



N 

N T33 
P S76 
F 659 
F G59 



3 P N 
3 N 

6 P F 

7 P R M31 



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DOWNTOWN CIRCULATION MEETING TURNOUT SPARSE 
TOWN-GOWN REPORT TARGETS TRAFFIC FLOW 

ONLINE DATABASES 
SEE DATABASES 

OPEN COURTS „ _ 
SEE PRETRIAL NEWS COVERAGE 
SEE U.S. SUPREJC COURT 

OPEN-MEETINGS LAW 
SEE ALSO N.C., LAWS 

^^SS^^nC TO GIVE ICTAILS OF PACT 

S^S^T^rl^iWWmmm to committee by senate 

OPEN-MEETING BILL SETS PROPER STANDARD 

ANTI-SECRECY LEGISLATION NEEDED 

CLOSED-MEETINGS PLAN MISGUIDED PROPOSAL 

REQUEST TO ADDRESS OXFORD BOARD DENIED r ^ 

BILL WOULD REQUIRE CAR HEADLIGHTS BE ON WHEN WIPERS USED 

M LLERiLEGISLATORS CAN LEGALLY HOLD CLOSED-DOOR CAUCUSK 

MILLS; PRESS ASSOCIATION URGE MORE OPENNESS BY LEGISLATURE 

PLUG THE SECRECY LOOPHOLES m ^^„ 

MILLER HELPS LEAD WAY FOR OPEN GOVERNMENT 

SCHOOL BOARD AND FAISON HOLD CLOSED MEETING 

BOARD SHUTS MEETING, MULLS SCHOOL REPORT 

NTcVHttJSE VOTES TO OPEN tfORE LEGISLATIVE MEETINGS 

MORE OPENNESS MAKES FOR BETTER GOVERNMENT 

4 SESSIONS OF COUNTY'S SCHOOL BCtfOSJESTIffNED 

SCHOOL BOARD VIOLATES STATE OPEN MEETINGS LAW 

SCHOOL BOARD NEEDS CIVICS REFRESHER COURSE 

LOBBYISTSAYS BILL ON OPEN MEETINGS IS IN TROUBLE 

ENOUGH OF THE SECfSCY , SCW30L BOARD MEMBERS SHOULD OBEY LAU OR QUIT 

SCHOOLS SET CLOSED-DOOR INTERVIEWS 

SENATORS FORGET VOW OF OPEN GOVERNMENT 

THAT AIN'T THE WAY TO OPERATE 

fc£AST SAYS YES TO JOB OFFER 

BOTH LEGISLATIVE MEETINGS WERE CLOSED LEGITIMATELY 

A VOTE FOR OPENNESS 

BILL ON OPEN MEETINGS LAW DELAYED 

PUBLIC NEEDS DEFENSE AGAINST LEGISLATORS 
LEGISLATIVE SNIPING INTENSIFIES 
CHAMPION FOR THE PUBLIC nT1 , 

AMENDMENTS WEAKEN OPEN MEETINGS BILL „ 

SLLSB^C^SCVEDaES CLOSED MEETING TO DISCUSS LEGAL MATTER 

^ ^^^^Icf^^f^TINGS LAW 

^Sf^LE^MoSi 3S C *ETINB8 LAW APPLY TO THE GOVERNOR'S.. 

T^^^ETI^ M g II^T^ ADJOURNS 

LEGALITY OF BOND MEETING GETS ATTORNEYS' CLEARING 

SENATE GOES CATFISHING 

UATERSHED MEETING POSTPONED 

AIR COMPLAINTS PUBLICLY 

OPENCSS SETS GOOD PRECEDENT _ tati , 

SCHEDULED WATERSHED MEETING UNCERTAIN 

KEEP EDWARDS' HEARING OPEN TO PUBLIC 

OPEN SPACES 

bthcii DURHAM COUNTY, N.C., LAND-USE PLAN ___ 

M ALSO DURHAM COUNTY OPEN SPACE AND GREENWAYS ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSO GREENUAY SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO LAND USE 

SEE ALSO TRANSFERABLE DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS 

REFERENDUM PROPOSAL GETS POSITIVE HEAkING 

TOWN PREPARES FOR OPEN-SPACE REFERENDUM 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 


3/16/1989 A 1 N C62 
9/12/1989 A 1 N S17 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


9 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


9 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


g 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


9 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


S 


2 


CHH 1 


H 


2 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 


CHH 1 



1/23/1989 

2/08/1989 
2/10/1989 
2/13/1989 
2/15/1989 
2/15/1989 
2/17/1989 
2/17/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/19/1989 
4/25/1989 
4/27/1989 
5/01/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/19/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/29/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/02/1939 
6/02/1989 
6/03/1989 
6/04/1989 D 
6/13/1989 A 
6/14/1989 
6/20/1989 
7/14/1989 
7/17/1989 
7/21/1989 
7/22/1989 
7/24/1989 
7/26/1989 
7/26/1989 
7/28/1989 
7/28/1989 
8/08/1989 
8/12/1989 
8/13/1989 B 
8/15/1989 A 
8/28/1989 
9/21/1989 
9/26/1989 
9/28/1989 
9/29/1989 
12/24/1989 



B 

A 
p 

B 
D 
A 
A 
A 
C 
A 
A 
C 
A 
A 
C 
C 

c 

A 
A 

A 
A 
C 
A 
A 
A 



6 

4 

1 P 

2 

4 

4 

4 

4 

1 
14 

9 

8 P 

4 

4 

1 

1 P 

1 

4 

1 

1 

4 

6 

4 

1 

4 

4 

1 F 

4 

4 

9 

4 

1 

4 

4 

2 

4 
12 

3 

10 

8 

3 f 

7 

3 

3 
4 

3 

4 



N 
E 

N L40 
N 
N 
E 
E 
E 

N T33 
N 

N L40 
N 
E 
E 

N J40 
N S92 
N L40 
E 

N J40 
N 
E 
N 
E 

N S92 
E 
E 

N R63 
L 
E 
H 
E 

N L40 
E 
E 

N D38 
E 
N 

N D38 
N 
N 
1 N 
N M25 
J Oil 
N M25 
E 
E 

N M25 
E 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 



1/05/1989 A 1 N M70 
1/24/1989 A 1 N M70 



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KENDIG'S REPORT SAYS COUNTY'S RURAL ATTITUDES ARE NOT UNUSUAL 

COUNTY OFFICIALS PUT DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS LEGISLATION ON HOLD 

640-ACRE TRACT MARKED FOR OPEN SPACE 

PLANNERS MAKE PITCH FOR STUDY 

STUDY URGES FAST ACTION ON OPEN SPACE 

ABSENTEES CAN VOTE IN REFERENDUM 

FINDING SPACE FOR AN ELECTION/SUNDAY FOCUS ! OPEN SPACE REFERENDUM 

WALLACE: 'IT'S NOW OR ICVER' /SUNDAY FOCUSt OPEN SPACE REFERENDUM 

CHAPEL HILL VOTERS APPROVE $5 MILLION BOND ISSUE FOR PARKS 

BUILDERS MAY ESCAPE 'DOUBLE JEOPARDY' 

NEW HOPE CREEK FLOODPLAINS TARGET FOR PRESERVATION AMONG DEVELOPMENT 

PRESERVING OPEN SPACE GOAL OF COUNTY BOARD 

SAVE MONEY FOR OPEN SPACE 

LAND ACQUISITION TO TOP AGENDA FOR CHAPEL HILL BOARDS 

TOWN OKS OPEN SPACE STUDY FUNDS 

CANDIDATES BACK PARKS, BALK AT ISSUING BONDS 

QUESTION CUTS TO HEART OF THE MATTER 

PLANNERS NEW PANEL AIM TO GUARD OPEN AREAS 

COUNCIL TO PURCHASE OPEN SPACE 

OPERA 

SEE ALSO AMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS (OPERA) 

SEE ALSO DON GIOVANNI (OPERA) 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., OPERA 

SEE ALSO GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERETTAS 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, OPERA 

SEE ALSO SINGERS 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE MUSIC THEATER ASSOCIATES 

'ELIXIR OF LOVE' OPERA SET AT BRIGHTLEAF SQUARE 

MOONSHINE 'ELIXIR' SET FOR JUNE 

AN OPERA WITH LOCAL FLAVOR 

NCSA'S MET WINNER IN CONCERT AT UNC 

'THE ELIXIR OF LOVE' 

'MARRIAGE' LED 'ELIXIR' STARS TO ALTAR 

THE TWO MR. KLINES; ONE LOVES OPERA, THE OTHER LOVES FOOD.,. 

OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH 

SEE ALSO DURHAM EMERGENCY ENERGY COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO HEAD START 

BREAKTHROUGH PROGRAM HAS A LOT GOING ON 

WEATHERIZATION PROGRAM GETS $100,500 WINDFALL 

HOME WEATHERIZATION NEEDS MORE WORKERS 

OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH, BUDGET 

ANTI-POVERTY AGENCY WANTS MORE MONEY 

•BREAKTHROUGH' SEEKS CITY MONEY 

CITY MAKES ANTI-POVERTY GRANT HINGE ON COUNTY AID 

BREAKTHROUGH SHOULD WAIT FOR DURHAM AID 

OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH TURNS TO COUNTY 

COMMISSIONERS TO MULL AID TO OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH 

ANTI-POVERTY PLEA GETTING SUPPORT 

COUNTY GIVING $70,248 TO OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH 

BREAKTHROUGH RECEIVES PARTIAL COUNTY FUNDING 

COUNTY RIGHT TO LIMIT AID FOR BREAKTHROUGH 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS $50,000 ALLOCATION FOR BREAKTHROUGH 

STEADY POWER RATES HELP CITY HELP AGENCY 

CITY WILL SEEK PERMITS TO EXPAND PLANTS 

OPERATION CARE (COMBINED ACCIDENT REDUCTION EFFORT) 
SEE ALSO RECKLESS DRIVING 
CHECKING UP 

STATE TROOPERS TICKET 64 FOR SEAT-BELT VIOLATIONS 
THE TOLL OF A LAST OUTING 
TROOPERS PLANNING FULL HOLIDAY FORCE 

OPERATION COMMON CAUSE 

UNDERCOVER PROJECT INCLUDED DRINKING 

STEPHENS, HAMPTON IN DISPUTE OVER 'COMMON CAUSE' 



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



1/25/1989 

2/28/1989 

4/06/1989 

4/19/1989 

4/20/1989 

4/23/1989 

4/30/1989 

4/30/1989 

5/03/1989 D 

7/13/1989 A 

7/26/1989 

8/18/1989 

9/01/1989 

9/11/1989 

9/26/1989 

10/24/1989 

11/03/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/23/1989 



3 N M20 
1 N M20 
1 M N M70 
3 N 
3 N M70 
3 N 
1 M N M70 
1 N M70 
13 P N M70 
1 N C61 
1 M N C60 



1 
4 
3 
1 

12 
4 
1 
3 



N S69 
E 

N M70 
N M70 
N C61 
E 

N H65 
N 



3/01/1989 B 
3/02/1989 D 
5/01/1989 A 
5/23/1989 B 
6/01/1989 B 
6/01/1989 D 
6/14/1939 B 



N 

F B71 
E 

N W66 
F S56 
F B71 
F Zll 



S 2 5/12/1989 C 14 N 
H 2 8/15/1989 B 9 N R60 
S 2 8/17/1989 A 4 E 



S 


2 


1/05/1989 C 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 


1/06/1989 C 


1 


N S69 


S 


2 


1/06/1989 A 


1 


N H70 


S 


2 


1/09/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/12/1989 B 


2 


N A54 


H 


2 


1/22/1989 B 


5 


N A54 


S 


2 


1/23/1989 C 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 


1/24/1989 B 


1 


N A54 


S 


2 


1/24/1989 A 


1 


N H65 


S 


2 


1/25/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/27/1989 C 


14 


N S69 


S 


2 


1/27/1989 C 


1 


N H70 


S 


2 


2/07/1989 C 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 


9/05/1989 B 


1 P P T32 


S 


2 


9/05/1989 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


9/08/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/22/1989 C 




N 


S 


2 


4/21/1989 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


4/22/1989 A 


1 


N S82 



OPERATION EAGLE 



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S I T 

N E E L Y 

P D —DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 
SOME SOBERING STATISTICS ON DWIS 
MORE OFFICERS WON'T SOLVE DUI PROBLEM 

OPERATION LIFESAVER ^ aiii 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 
SEE ALSO RAILROAD CROSSINGS „ m , nAU 
OFFICIAL TOUTS RAILROAD SAFETY PROGRAM 

OPERA FORCES ON BOTH SIDES PLAN ACTIONS 

VOLUNTEERS SHIELD WOMEN FROM PROTESTERS 

° reW OPERATI»i A SANTA COLLECTS GIFTS SPONSORS FOR BUTNER PATIENTS 
MENTAL HEALTH CEfflERWDS ON SUCCESS OF 2ND ANNUAL AUCTION 
ASSOCIATION COLLECTS GIFTS 



OPERATION SWITCH 

SEE REPUBLICAN PARTY, 

OPIUM 



N.C. 



HELMS INVESTIGATES OPIUM LAW 

'POSSUM HUNT AT THE MUSEUM? 

0,511 MwENTO^FINALISTS IN NATIONAL COMPETITION 
SCIENTISTS RECEIVE INVENTORY AWARD 

OPTICAL FIBER GROUND WIRE CABLE 
SEE FIBER OPTICS 

OPTICIANS 

SE NAnowT r EXPaajR^ UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS picked for magazine feature 

OPTIMIST CLUB OF DURHAM 
NEW OPTIMIST OFFICERS 

ORAL CANCER 

cue AJ Cfl PAMTPP 

"CHAU" NOT ONLY CULPRIT IN MOUTH CANCER _ r 

SMOKING AND WINKING SAID STRONGEST LINKS TO ORAL CANCER 

ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES 

SEE BIRTH CONTROL PILLS 

ORANGE CARDIOVASCULAR FOUNDATION 

SEE ALSO HEART DISEASE T „ rA „ 

CARDIAC REHABILITATION WEEK ENDING TODAY 

ORANGE CONGREGATIONS IN MISSION 

OCIM SERVICE TO HONOR KING uArv ^ 
WALKERS EAF* AWARDS FOR OCIN HUNGER MARCH 

OCIM W^CARE H PRS CELEBRATES FIRST YEAR 

COPING 1 ^™ THE DEBT CRUNCH (CORRECTED 10-10-89) 
CORRECTION 

° RA SEE ALS^KAZARD^ WASTE TREATMENT, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO JOINT ORANGE/CHATHAM COOPERATIVE WORK GROUP' 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, 0RAN6E COUNTY 

SEE ALSO MISSING PERSONS, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO MURDER, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO NORTHERN ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO PARKS, ORANGE COUNTY 



CHH 1 11/15/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 11/17/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 11/10/1989 A 3 N W57 

CHH 1 1/05/1989 A 3 P N S17 
S 2 4/25/1989 B 1 P F 659 



H 2 12/10/1989 A 1 P N T33 
CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 3 P N S17 
CHH 1 12/12/1989 A 3 N S17 



S 2 3/25/1989 C 2 N 
S 2 1/16/1989 C 1 P P S73 



S 2 4/01/1989 A 1 P N M06 
CHH 1 4/26/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 9/05/1989 A 5 P N 
S 2 9/27/1989 A 10 P P S73 



CHH 1 11/20/1989 A 10 N 
S 2 12/12/1989 B 1 N 



CHH 1 2/18/1989 A 



N L90 



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



1/14/1989 
5/07/1989 
6/16/1989 
8/18/1989 
9/10/1989 
10/09/1989 
10/10/1989 



12 
2 
3 
3 
1 
2 



N 
N 

N 

N H90 
P T44 
G 
N 



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SEE ALSO SOUTH ORANGE BLACK CAUCUS 
SEE ALSO TOURISM, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO VOLUNTEERS, ORANGE COUNTY 
NO MORE BULL-HERE'S SOME 'TRUTH' 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., AIRPORTS 
SEE ALSO AIRPORTS, N.C. 



ABOUT ORANGE COUNTY 



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SEE ALSO HORACE WILLIAMS AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO SCRAP (STOP COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT PROPOSAL) 

RESULTS OF AIRPORT SURVEY DUE TONIGHT 

TOWN-GOWN GROUP LOOKS AT ISSUES 

COUNTY RECEIVES AIRPORT STUDY 

STAFF CRITICIZED ABOUT COUNTY AIRPORT STUDY 

OFFICIALS GOING PUBLIC UITH AIRPORT PROPOSAL 

NCMH IMPORTANT IN AIRPORT LOCATION, COMMISSIONERS SAY 

SEVERAL AIRPORT SITES MAY NOT FLY 

PILOTS FORESEE SNAGS 

CAREY SAYS UNC HILL FLY IN LINE; COUNTY: AIRPORT SEARCH WON'T GIVE... 

COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS ON ORANGE AIRPORT SITE LACKING 

NOISE POLLUTION FEARS COULD STYMIE AIRPORT EFFORT, CONSULTANT SAYS 

ANTI-AIRPORT GROUP CIRCULATES PETITION 

ONE SITE POPULAR, AIRPORT CONSULTANTS SAY 

HORACE WILLIAMS 21ST SITE ON AIRPORT CONSULTANTS' LIST 

COMMUNITY MAY OPPOSE AIRPORT SITE 

RESIDENTS ASK COUNTY TO GO SLOW ON AIRPORT 

RURAL AND RESIDENTIAL LIFE IN ORANGE COUNTY IS UNDER ATTACK! (AD) 

FOES OF AIRPORT EXPECT TURNOUT AT WORK SESSION 

BOARD GIVEN NARROWED LIST OF AIRPORT SITES 

COMMISSIONERS PLAN JUNE AIRPORT CHOICE 

EFLAND MAN MAY SUE COUNTY OVER AIRPORT SITE 

AIRPORT DEBATE ISN'T 'OUT OF THE BLUE' 

HARDIN SAYS SCHOOL NOT DRIVING FORCE TO PROPEL AIRPORT 

OFFICIALS QUESTION WHETHER ORANGE CO. MAY GET TWO AIRPORTS 

COUNTY-WIDE GROUP WANTS AIRPORT PLANS 'SCRAPPED' 

THE INCREDIBLE, 'EXPANDING' AIRPORT 

officials: BINGHAM AIRPORT NOT LIKELY 

PLANNING BOARD HAD I T COMING 

AIRPORTS GROW BETTER IN THE DARK 

BINGHAM GROUP VOWS TO KEEP UP AIRPORT FIGHT 

CAREY WANTS NUMBER OF AIRPORT SITES TRIMMED FURTHER 

LXATE FACILITY OUTSIDE OF TOWN, COUNCIL SAYS 

AIRPORT OPPONENTS SAY THEY'LL 'SCRAP' TO THE END 

A FEW QUESTIONS ABOUT THE AIRPORT/JAMES R. SMITH 

CHEEKS AIRPORT SITE CHOSEN 

CITIZENS PANEL TO BE APPOINTED ON AIRPORT ISSUE 

SCRAP CALLS ON PRICE FOR OPPOSITION SUPPORT 

COUNTY CHARTS SCOPE OF AIRPORT PLANNING 

HALKIOTIS, CAREY HOT OVER OBSCENE PHONE CALLS 

ECONOMIST TAKES CONSULTANT'S REPORT ON REGIONAL AIRPORT TO TASK 

AIRPORT DEBATE? STICK TO THE BASICS 

SCRAP LEADERS DENOUNCE OBSCENE CALLS 

EFLAND RESPONSE TO AIRPORT PROPOSAL MIXED 

HARTWELL JUSTIFIES VOTE ON AIRPORT SITE 

FLYING THE UNFRIENDLY SKIES/SUNDAY FOCUS: COUNTY AIRPORT 

NEIGHBORS RESIGNED TO CHANGING HORACE WILLIAMS 

HARTWELL — COUNTY MAY DROP AIRPORT (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-24-89) 

CONTROVERSY OVER REGIONAL AIRPORT REFLECTS FAILURE OF DEMOCRATIC PROCESS 

PROPOSED ORANGE CO. AIRPORT WOULD 'RELIEVE' RDU 

COUNTY DROPS AIRPORT PROPOSAL 

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

COUNTY AIRPORT OPPONENTS TO SEEK HEARING PLATFORM 

CLARIFICATION 

AIRPORT FIGHT HANDLED WELL 

CITIZENS OFFER ECONOMIC EFFORT 

RURAL STUDY WILL TAKE MORE TIME 

LET SLEEPING ISSUES LIE 

COUNTY OFFERED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADVICE 

HEARINGS PLEASE, FRUSTRATE COMMISSIONERS 

RESPONSE PLEASES ORGANIZER OF NEU CITIZENS GROUP 

WITH AIRPORT GROUNDED, VOLUNTEERS FLYING TO EDC 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



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



CHH 1 



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



2/21/1989 
2/22/1989 
2/23/1989 
3/08/1989 
3/17/1989 
3/23/1989 
3/24/1989 
3/24/1989 
3/25/1989 
4/04/1989 
4/07/1989 
4/12/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/15/1989 
4/18/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/25/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/27/1989 
5/01/1989 
5/02/1989 
5/03/1989 
5/04/1989 
5/06/1989 
5/07/1989 
5/07/1989 
5/08/1989 
5/10/1989 
5/10/1989 
5/14/1989 
5/15/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/16/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/17/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/20/1989 
5/20/1989 
5/21/1989 
5/21/1989 
5/21/1989 
5/21/1989 
5/21/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/25/1989 
5/25/1989 
5/25/1989 
5/26/1989 
5/29/1989 
6/03/1989 
6/09/1989 



N M20 
N S17 
N M20 
N M20 
N L90 

P N L90 

C N L90 
N L90 

P N S17 
N L90 

P N M20 
N L90 

M N L90 

M N M20 
N L90 
N L90 
A 

N L90 
N L90 

M N L90 
N L90 
E 

N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
E 

N M20 
L 
L 

N M20 
N L90 
N M70 
N L90 
U 

M N M20 
N M20 
N H90 
L 
N 
N 
E 

P N 
N L90 

P N M20 

P N L90 



1 M N S17 



N L90 
P U 
P N L90 

N L90 
P N S17 

N L90 

N 

E 
P N L90 

N D38 

E 

N L90 
P N L90 

N L90 

N L90 



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WHEN »N0» IS NOT ENOUGH 

AIRPORT FOES REFORM INTO NEW CITIZENS GROUP 
AIRPORT F1.AN NIGH; UNC OFFICER NOTES OPTIONS 
NO EXFANSION FOR AIRPORT, HARDIN SAYS 
OPPOSITION VOWS TO REMAIN ACTIVE 
utfv jn BASICS 

RUNWAY PLANS LEAVE CITIZENS' GROUP SKEPTICAL 
PAVING PLANS GET GO AHEAD 
CRASH RENEWS DEBATE 

BACKYARD HOPPING? _, 

HEASURES MAY NOT PRECLUDE CRASH 
AIRPORT DEBATE ILLOGICAL 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO ANNEXATION . 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., ANNEXATION 
SEE ALSO CHAFEL HILL, N.C., ANNEXATION 
SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C., ANNEXATION 
CHATHAM GROUP TO DISCUSS ANNEXATION 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., AUDIT 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., BUDGET 
COUNTY CALLED FINANCIALLY HEALTHY 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 
SEE ALSO TOWNSHIP ADVISORY COUNCILS, „ 
ADVISORY BOARD TERM LIMITATIONS APPROVED 
ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS APPOINTED 

""l ^RA^t^, 1 ^ COITAL I«>R0VBSN7 PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS. MM ISSUE 

BOARD TO VIEW TIMETABLE FOR IMPROVEMENTS 

ORANGE CO. CAPITAL PLAN GETS NOD 

A BOND TOO EARLY 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS CHANGE TUNE ON STANBACK 

LOOKING BACK ON BONDS 

FIRST BOND SERIES SET FOR APRIL SALE 

HOLD THE LINE ON SHELTER COST 

BOND VOTE COULD COME NEXT SPRING 

TAX BUILDING BEHIND SCHEDULE 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., BOUNDARIES 

SE UOLPS FoTRESIDENTS^MAY SOON KNOW WHAT COUNTY TO CALL HOME 
CHATHAM MAY ACCEPT BOUNDARY PROPOSAL 
CHATHAM BOARD ON RIGHT TRACK 
ORANGE CO. DRAWS LINE WITH CHATHAM 
BOARD DEBATES BOUNDARY QUESTION 
TOWN OKS OPEN SPACE STUDY FUNDS 
PLYING BOARDS READY TO CONSIDER JOINT PLANNING TURF 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., BUDGET 

■ £S gfelite tt\ ffiAL I^OVeCNT PROGRAM 

1 S3 £31 ffi'B^OF^SSICNERS. BUTC-ET 
ORANGE CO. CAPITAL PLAN GETS NOD 

DEPARTMENTS ASKED TO HOLD BUDGET] LINE ^ nuD<r _ „„„.„ 
APPROVAL EXPECTED FOR $274,000 COUNTY COMPUTER PURCHASE 
BUDGET PROPOSAL INCLUDES TAX INCREASE 
BOARD ARGUES ABOUT SCHOOL FUNDING 
VOTERS WOULD DECIDE SCHOOL TAX 
VOTERS WOULD DECIDE SCHOOL TAX 
DOUBLE WHAMMY: TAX HIKE. USER FEES 
BUDGET WORRIES SCHOOL OFFICIALS 

BUDGET WORRIES SCHOOL OFFICIALS 

BUDGET PROVIDES FOR 18 NEW COUNTY POSITIONS 
SCHOOL OFFICIALS QUESTION BUDGET 



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



6/10/1989 
7/01/1989 
7/08/1989 
7/11/1989 
7/11/1989 
7/24/1989 
8/08/1989 
8/08/1989 
8/15/1989 
8/16/1989 
8/17/1989 
8/23/1989 



E 

N L90 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N M25 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
L 

N S17 
L 



CHH 1 1/26/1989 A 2 N M25 



CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 1 N M20 



CHH 1 8/18/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 10/19/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 


1/03/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/19/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


3/03/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


3/04/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


3/25/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


8/19/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


8/23/1989 A 


1 N (CO 


CHH 1 


12/23/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


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 


9/18/198" A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


9/26/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


10/05/1989 A 


1 N M20 



CHH 1 


1/19/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


2/13/1989 A 


1 


P N M20 


CHH 1 


3/15/1989 A 


1 


P N M20 


CHH 1 


5/30/1989 A 


1 


N S17 


CHH 1 


5/31/1989 A 


1 


C N M20 


CHH 1 


5/31/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


5/31/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


A 


E 


CHH 1 


6/01/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


6/01/1989 A 


1 


N M25 


CHH 1 


6/01/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


6/07/1989 A 


3 


N M25 



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1/01/1989 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJE 



COUNTY KAY GIVE $25,000 FOR TOILETS 

DROP AMBULANCE FEE FROM BUDGET 

ORANGE CO. BUDGET OPEN TO PUBLIC FORUM 

COUNTY BUDGET GROWS FATTER 

LINK SUBMITS AMBULANCE FEE ALTERNATIVES 

SINGER URGES MORE FUNDING 

TAX RATE TO CLIMB 6.5 CENTS IN ORANGE 

KNOWING WHEN TO SAY NOTHING 

EDUCATION BOARD LIKELY TO DELAY ACTION ON BUDGET 

CITY SCHOOLS TICKLED WITH BIGGER BUDGET 

COUNTY SPENDING OUTSTRIPS POPULATION 

PAYING THE PRICE OF ADVICE/SUNDAY FOCUS: CONSULTANTS 

MORE WORKERS MEAN FEWER CONSULTANTS, HARTWELL SAYS 

COUNTY EMPLOYEES TAKE 4 PERCENT RAISE IN STRIDE 

JUNKET COSTS COUNTY $6,800 

PUBLIC TO AIR VIEWS/COMMISSIONERS SEEK BUDGET INPUT 

CITIZENS GIVE COMMISSIONERS LITTLE KELP AT BUDGET HEARING 

COMMISSIONERS' 'FAX* FIGURES NEARLY $2,000 

ORANGE CO. BULLETIN BOARD HERALDS 12 VACANT POSTS 

COUNTY CALLED FINANCIALLY HEALTHY 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., BUDGET CUTS 

TIGHT FEDERAL BUDGET MAY HIT COUNTY 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., BUFFER 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BUFFER ZONE 

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

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., LAND USE 

COUNTY, TOWN CLASH OVER BUFFER 

PROJECT WOULD BE FIRST RURAL BUFFER TEST 

BUFFERS WOULD PROTECT LAND, DEVELOPER SAYS 

PLANNERS RECOMMEND AGAINST ENVIRONTEK 

CHANGES TO LAND USE PLAN GO UP FOR VOTE 

OPPOSITION MAY HALT FREEWAY 

QUARRY FIRM WANTS BUFFER LAND REZONED 

REJECTION URGED FOR TEER REQUEST 

RECONSIDER 1-85 BUFFER 

1-40 STANDS BETWEEN HILLSBOROUGH, COUNTY 

HILLSBOROUGH LOOKING FOR ELBOW ROOM 

TOWN, COUNTY NOT OF ONE MIND ON GROWTH AREA 

RECOMMENDATIONS ON RURAL BUFFER EXPECTED FROM COMMITTEE NOV, 28 

TEER OFFICIALS LOOK FOR HELP FROM STUDY 

GROUP POSTPONES RURAL BUFFER DECISIONS 

COMMISSIONERS VOICE IMPATIENCE WITH RURAL CHARACTER COMMITTEE 

WHAT'S THE RUSH, COMMISSIONERS? 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., BOND ISSUES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., BUDGET 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., PUBLIC BUILDINGS 

BOARD TO VIEW TIMETABLE FOR IMPROVEMENTS 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD WON'T MAKE HEARING 

BOARD MEMBER SHOULD ATTEND HEARING 

SCHOOLS SYSTEMS SEEK FUNDS IN DIFFERENT WAYS 

SCHOOLS SYSTEMS SEEK FUNDS IN DIFFERENT WAYS 

CITY, COUNTY SCHOOL OFFICIALS STILL AT ODDS 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS: CONFLICTS WON'T DIVIDE SYSTEMS (CORRECTED 1-11-89) 

CORRECTIONS 

OFFICIALS PREDICT SCHOOL FUNDING CHANGE OK 

ORANGE CO. CAPITAL PLAN GETS NOD 

BOARD MAY DROP PLANS FOR NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (CORRECTED 2-28-89) 

CORRECTION 

TAX BUILDING BEHIND SCHEDULE 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 
APPROVAL EXPECTED FOR $274,000 COUNTY COMPUTER PURCHASE 
LET'S MOVE IT! 
BINDING BOOKS ARE SET ASIDE AS COURT COMPUTERS WARM UP 



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I T 


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E 


L Y 


P D 


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CHH 1 


6/11/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CKH 1 


6/12/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


6/13/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/14/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


6/15/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


6/15/1989 A 


3 N M25 


H 2 


6/16/1989 C 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


6/16/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


6/17/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


6/18/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


6/26/1989 A 


4 U 


CHH 1 


7/09/1989 A 


1 C F M20 


CHH 1 


7/09/1989 A 


1 P F M20 


CHH 1 


7/29/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


8/27/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


11/14/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


11/18/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


11/19/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


11/19/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/09/1989 A 


1 P N M20 



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 



1/12/1989 

2/15/1989 

3/02/1989 

4/07/1989 

4/24/1989 

5/03/1989 

8/01/1989 

8/28/1989 

8/29/1989 

10/07/1989 

10/07/1989 

10/24/1989 

11/20/1989 

11/24/1989 

11/30/1989 

12/06/1989 

12/07/1989 



N M20 
N H90 
N M70 
N M70 
N C62 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
L 

N M20 
N W57 
N M20 
N M20 
N 1120 
N M20 
N M20 
E 



CHH 1 


1/03/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/04/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


1/05/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/08/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/08/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


1/08/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


1/10/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


1/11/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


1/16/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/19/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


2/26/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


2/28/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


12/23/1989 A 


3 P N H20 


CHH 1 


3/15/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


5/09/1989 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 


5/20/1989 A 


3 P N H90 



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ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., COURTS 
SEE COURTS, ORANGE COUNTY 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., ECONOMIC DEVaOPMENT 

SEE ECONOMY, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY, B.C., GROWTH rjEVELOfMENT 
SEE ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, BOND ISSUES 
NORTHERN ORANGE OFFICIALS WANT DISTRICT ELECTIONS 
HALKIOTIS SAYS HE'LL RUN FOR RE-ELECTION 

S^K C^lS^KE^KffoNS^OSE TO VESTS 

SHWS 5fffi«? cZlDATE FOR SEAT ON HILLSBOROUGH... BO*D 

MUNSON RUNS FOR FIRST TIME IN CHAPEL HILL 

WERNER SEEKS SECOND TERM IN CHAPEL HILL 

CALDWELL SEEKS THIRD TERM IN CARRBORO 

LOCAL BUILDER SEEKS SEAT ON TOWN BOARD 

SIMPSON EYES TOWN BOARD SPOT 

YOUR GOVERNMENT IS UP FOR GRABS 

ORANGE CO. ELECTION FILING ENDS 

MARSHALL SAYS SHE WON'T RUN AGAIN „ Tink ^ 

POSSIBLE BOARD CANDIDATES EXPLORING OPTIONS 

CATES, JOHNSON AT ODDS ON DEVELOPMENT, UATER 

YET ANOTHER OPPRESSED ORANGE CO. MINORITY IDENTIFIED 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS, ENDORSEMENTS 
GREENS ENDORSE BROWN 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS, PRIMARIES 
POLITICIANS PONDER PRIMARY 
PRIMARY LOOKS 'WIDE OPEN' TO ELECTION HEAD 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C .CITY EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY PERSONNEL DIRECTOR 

gHFBSS F^f nKy positions 

an gRsa D i£a T s&icH of hic^y c^ m tc 

mCHINGINi EMPLOYEE RECYCLING PROGRAM HAS MIXED RESULTS 

S V SULLETInS^LIS 12 VACANT POSTS 
COUNTY EMPLOYEES RECEIVE AWARDS 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, 0*>LOYEECSALARIES 

COUNTY EMPLOYEES TAKE 4 PERCENT RAISE IN STRIDE 

TAYLOR LIKELY TO GET $5,070 PAY RAISE (CORRECTED 10-8-89) 

STUDY WON'T COST COUNTY 

SHERIFF, DEEDS REGISTER GET RAISE 

BOARD OKS NEW 'CLASSIFIED' EMPLOYEE PAY PLAN 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, FEES 

TIPPING FEES PROPOSAL TO BETESTED 
COMMISSIONERS OK LANDFILL FEE INCREASE 

USER FEE HIKE SUGGESTED 

COUNTY SHOULD LISTEN TO VOLUNTEERS _ . ._ ,, 

RESCUE VOLUNTEERS PROTEST FEE AT COUNTY BOARD MEETING 

DOUBLE UHAMMY! TAX HIKE, USER FEES „_„. 

AMBULANCE FEE OK LIKELY, HARTWELL, MARSHALL PREDICT 

DON'T MONKEY WITH SUCCESS 

OPEN MIND IS URGED ON AMBULANCE ISSUE w%aM ^ Ani _ 

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 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



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



4/25/1989 
5/23/1989 
6/26/1989 
6/26/1989 
7/20/1989 
7/27/1989 
7/28/1989 
7/28/1989 
7/28/1989 
7/28/1989 
8/01/1989 
8/02/1989 
8/05/1989 
8/24/1989 
9/25/1989 
10/25/1989 
11/19/1989 



N M20 
N M20 
N H90 
N D38 
N D38 
N D38 
N L90 
N M70 
N C62 
N D38 
N D38 
E 
N 

N M20 
N M20 
N W57 
U 



CHH 1 9/27/1989 A 3 P N M70 



CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/30/1989 A 



1 N M20 
1 P N M20 



CHH 1 4/22/1989 
6/01/1989 
6/14/1989 
7/10/1989 
7/26/1989 
8/31/1989 
11/19/1989 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 11/23/1989 



CHH 1 7/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/06/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/11/1989 A 



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 



5/16/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/27/1989 
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 



N 

N M20 
N M20 
N C62 
N M20 
N H90 
N M20 
N 



N M20 
N M70 
N M20 
N 

N H90 



N 

N 

N M20 
E 

N M20 
E 

N M20 
E 
N 

N M20 
N D38 
N M20 
E 
N M20 



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COUNTY MIGHT RAISE REC FEES 

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 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., GARBAGE COLLECTION 
SEE ALSO GARBAGE COLLECTION, N.C. 
GARBAGE POLICY BLASTED 

DUMPSTER CLOSINGS HANDLED POORLY, COMMISSIONER SAYS 
OFFICIALS DEFEND GARBAGE STRATEGY 
GARBAGE POLICY AT CROSS PURPOSES 
MORE DUMP SITES TO CLOSE 
COUNTY HOPING MEASURES WILL BOOST RECYCLING 
FLINT SITE TO STAY OPEN 
RECYCLING GETS EASIER 

OFFICIALS, FARMERS LIKE USING SLUDGE ON LAND/SUNDAY FOCUS! SLUDGE... 
OFFICIALS FACING A DISPOSAL DILEMMA/SUNDAY FOCUS: SLUDGE DISPOSAL 
R-DAYi ORANGE COUNTY TAKES OUT ITS TRASH WHILE COMMUNITY GROUPS CLEAN 
COMMISSIONERS MULL DEARTH OF DUMPSTERS 
A LIFT FOR THOSE 'DOWN IN THE DUMPS' 
RECYCLE MORE THAN THIS NEWSPAPER 

COUNTY PLANS TO OPEN FOUR REGIONAL DUMP SITES BY SEPTEMBER 
COMPOST FIRM MAY ATTACK WASTE PROBLEM 
CONFERENCE TO COST TAXPAYERS *5,000 PLUS 
A HOPEFUL, 'ROTTING' IDEA 
DEPUTIES WAIT FOR 'FOREIGN' TRASH DUMPERS 
A PROBLEM OF WASTE/SUNDAY FOCUS.' TRASH DISPOSAL 
'GREEN BOX' ALTERNATIVES UNDER SCRUTINY/SUNDAY FOCUS J. TRASH DISPOSAL 
A DAY AT THE DUMPSTER 

ORANGE HIGH EDUCATORS MAKE GOOD USE OF REFUSE 
RURAL DUMP SITES TO BE FORUM FOCUS 
TRASH WON'T LEAVE IN PUFF OF SMOKE 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, GOVERNMENT COOPERATION 
OWASA ADOPTS 'MEMO,' 5-4 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, BUFFER 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION 

ORANGE COUNTY MAY REPLACE DEVELOPER'S FEE WITH NEW TAX 

DEVELOPMENT GROUP ROLLS UP SLEEVES 

PLANNERS SAY DEVELOPMENT BLUEPRINT IS 'IN A VACUUM' 

CRITICISM OF PLAN PREMATURE, EDC MEMBERS COMPLAIN 

COMMITTEE PROPOSING TAX ON NEW HOUSES, BUILDINGS 

'VIDEO* URGED TO PROMOTE ORANGE DEVELOPMENT 

GROWTH STRATEGY NEARING FINISH 

COUNTY OFFICIALS PUT DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS LEGISLATION ON HOLD 

EDC WILL PRESENT 1ST PLAN 

COUNTY PLANNERS LUKEWARM ON DEVELOPMENT BLUEPRINT 

COMMISSIONERS LAUD PROPOSED STRATEGIC PLAN 

'FAIRNESS' OF HILLSBOROUGH TAX EXCLUSION QUESTIONED 

DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS SYSTEM HAS LIMITS, CONSULTANT SAYS 

OPPONENTS ATTACK IMPACT TAX 

BLUE CROSS SINGS BLUES FOR IMPACT TAX 

PROBING THE LIMITS OF GROWTH CONTROL 

BLUE CROSS CARRIES IMPACT TAX CONCERNS TO ORANGE CO. EDC 

SIGHTS SET ON TRANSPORTATION PLAN 

TIGHTER RULES URGED FOR 1-85 DEVELOPMENT 

WATERSHED BUILDING MORATORIUM GETS OK FROM PLANNERS 

TOWN, COUNTY NOT OF ONE MIND ON GROWTH AREA 

QUESTION CUTS TO HEART OF THE MATTER 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, HISTORIC HOMES AND BUILDINGS 



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L Y 


P D 


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CHH 1 


6/13/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


6/13/1989 A 


2 A 


CHH 1 


6/14/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


6/14/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


6/14/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


6/15/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


6/15/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


6/21/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


7/03/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


7/13/1989 A 


1 C N S17 


CHH 1 


2/07/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


2/08/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


2/09/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


2/09/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


3/11/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


3/28/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/28/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/29/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


1 M N L90 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


UP CHH 1 


4/30/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


5/05/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


5/06/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


5/18/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


7/20/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


7/20/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


7/24/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


7/26/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


8/13/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


8/13/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


8/15/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


8/20/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


9/19/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


12/02/1989 A 


4 E 



CHH 1 6/24/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



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



1/10/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/14/1989 
1/15/1989 
1/18/1989 
1/24/1989 
2/10/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/12/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/15/1989 
3/16/1989 
3/21/1989 
3/31/1989 
4/01/1989 
4/02/1989 
4/14/1989 
4/24/1989 
7/05/1989 
9/20/1989 
10/24/1989 
11/03/1989 



N M70 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M70 
N M20 
N H90 
N M20 
N H90 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
E 

N M25 
L 

N D38 
N M20 

1 M N M20 

4 E 



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>mi> CENTER OPENS; VISITORS CENTER IS 200 YEARS OLD 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., HISTORY 

A LOOK BACK/BUSTIN' A STTLL 



CHH 
CHH 



1 4/29/1989 A 
1 4/30/1989 A 



3 P N H90 
3 N M25 



CHH 1 6/29/1989 A 7 P P 



^^^Sis^'cLTl^LISTE, 

^vSW&l^™** THIS WEEK 

TRIANGLE 17TH IN NATIONAL HOUSING 
TREE BILL PASSES COMMITTEE 
TOWN INCLUDES HOUSING MONEY 
GTOUP TO TARGET AFFORDABLE HOUSING 

GRANGE COUNTY, N.C., HUMAN SERVICES CENTER 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
SEE ALSO RICHARD E, UHITTED HUMAN SERVICES CENTER 

COUNTY TO CONSIDER RENAHING OLD SCHOOL 

OLD SCHOOL BUILDING RENAMED FOR WHITTED 

GIVE HE AN 'E' 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT _ __ 
^EE amnMg COUNTY, N.C., GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO ORA^ OTTY 'ECONOMIC DEVELOPS COMMISSION 

R^SrTs tTatT^^ni^ focus: economic i^opment 

Klf^T %FJ&P&£* Wffi HILL WELCOKS SMALL 

^SsSSlSlK^^^-^' 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C.,LAND gCpRDS 
STUDY: COPIES COSTLY TO COUNTY 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., LAND USE 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., LAND USE 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., LAND USE 
SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C., LANDUSE 
SEE ALSO INTERGOVERNMENTAL WORK GROUP 
SEE ALSO LAND USE „ „,__ 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., BUFFER 

see also orange county planning board _, 

He also orwge/chapel hill/carrboro placing area 

HILLSBOrSeYES GRATIS UPDATE OF LAND USE PLAN 

Land otSwcy study to guide orange co.gwernments 

KENDIG^SREPORT SAYS COUNTY'S RURAL ATTITUDES ARE NOT UNUSUAL 
150 ATTEND RURAL STUDY FORUMS THIS MEEK 

Ke fS^/oR KeFyt^bay focus 
IPs^llTfoIest c^cWMfffc an um jungle 

S OFFICIALS P^ DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS LEGISLATION ON HOLD 
DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS SYSTEM HAS LIMITS, CONSULTANT SAYS 
PILING SECURITY WITHOUR LIBERTY/JAMES R. SMTIH 
JUST WHO'S THE KING OF THE FOREST? /JAMES R. SMITH 
640-ACRE TRACT MARKED FOR OPEN SPACE 
UNIVERSITY STATION CLEARS HURDLE 
HACKNEY TO MULL 'STOP WORK' REQUEST ^^ 

RURAL F^SERVATION STUDY GROUP TO TAKE CASE TO PUBLIC 
Kg EXPECTED TO SUGGEST ZONING OF TWO AREA TOWNSHIPS 
CHANGES TO LAND USE PLAN GO UP FOR VOTE 
SIGHTS SET ON TRANSPORTATION PLAN 
LET THOSE WHO BENEFIT PAY 

NOTIcI OF fficT*I™KoPOSED AMENDMENTS TO... ZONING ORDINANCE 
REJECTION URGED FOR TEER REQUEST „____ 

TOWM COUNCIL VOTES TO REQUEST AIRPORT MEETING 



CHH 1 12/21/1989 A 3 I 



CHH 1 

S 2 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



1/26/1989 A 
5/29/1989 A 
6/21/1989 A 
6/24/1989 A 
7/13/1989 A 



3 P 

1 

3 

3 

3 



N L90 
N M06 
N 

N M20 
N M70 



CHH 1 4/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 



3 P N M20 
3 P N M20 
3 P P L38 



3/23/1989 
7/30/1989 
7/30/1989 
7/30/1989 
8/11/1989 
CHH 1 10/14/1989 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 



N M20 
N L90 
N 108 
N M70 
N H90 
N W57 



CHH 1 5/15/1989 A 3 P N M20 



CHH 1 



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



1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/23/1989 
1/24/1989 
1/25/1989 
1/26/1989 
2/15/1989 
2/26/1989 
2/26/1989 
2/26/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/21/1989 
3/27/1989 
4/03/1989 
4/06/1989 
4/06/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/24/1989 
4/24/1989 
5/01/1989 
5/17/1989 
8/28/1989 
8/29/1989 



N R63 
N M70 
N M20 

P N L90 
N H90 

P N M20 



1 M N M20 



1 

1 

1 
4 
4 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
3 
4 
4 
4 

10 
1 
1 



N H90 
N M20 
N KM 

U 

u 

N M70 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N C62 
L 
U 
U 
A 

N M20 
N M70 



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CONSULTANT WARNS RURAL ORANGE CO. ENDANGERED 

FIST FIGHT DISRUPTS HEARING 

COMMISSIONERS DENY 'LAND GRAB' 

OFFICIAL SAYS WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS NOT 'A TAKING' 

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT POLICY UNDER FIRE 

CONSULTANT SEEKING 'SUFFICIENT GUIDANCE' ON RURAL STRATEGIES 

LET TOWNSHIPS DECIDE TDR QUESTION 

LITTLE RIVER, CEDAR GROVE ZONING EYED 

RURAL GROUP BLASTS BOARD 

RURAL GROUP WOULD ZONE TOWNSHIPS 

LAND PLANS 'TRAVESTY TO JUSTICE" 

QUESTION CUTS TO HEART OF THE MATTER 

TEER OFFICIALS LOOK FOR HELP FROM STUDY 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LANDFILLS 
SEE ALSO LANDFILLS, N.C. 
GARBAGE MAY SPOIL CARRBORO BUDGET 
ORANGE COUNTY TASK FORCE URGES ACTION ON LANDFILL SITE 
OFFICIALS SEEK HELP WITH LANDFILL SEARCH 

OFFICIALS, FARMERS LIKE USING SLUDGE ON LAND/SUNDAY FOCUS: SLUDGE... 
OFFICIALS FACING A DISPOSAL DILEMMA/SUNDAY FOCUSJ SLUDGE DISPOSAL 
COMMISSIONERS OK LANDFILL FEE INCREASE 
RECYCLE MORE THAN THIS NEWSPAPER 
HIGH APARTMENT OCCUPANCY PLACING BURDEN ON LANDFILL 
COUNCIL OKS TAX INCREASE OF 3 CENTS 
LANDFILL WILL HAVE TO GO SOMEWHERE 
A HOPEFUL, 'ROTTING' IDEA 
WASTE WOES REQUIRE INNOVATION 
COUNTY PUTS FINISHING TOUCHES ON DUMP SITES 



ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LEGISLATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATION 
UNC EMPLOYEES WOULD GET RAISE UNDER BARNES' 
FINAL VOTE ON NCMH NAME CHANGE DELAYED 
TREE BILL PASSES COMMITTEE 
NEW ASSISTANT DA TO EASE DISTRICT LOAD 



BILL 



ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LEGISLATORS 

RAMSEY TO GET SUPPORT OF TWO COUNTY DEMOS 

DURHAM DELEGATION MAY LOSE SOME CLOUT 

TOWN COUNCIL SUBMITS LEGISLATIVE WISH LIST 

LEGISLATORS NON-COMMITTAL ON IMPACT TAX 

LEGISLATORS MUST SHOW TRUE COLORS 

CITY TEACHERS DISCUSS WISH LIST WITH ORANGE COUNTY LEGISLATORS 

HILLSBOROUGH DROPPED FROM IMPACT TAX BILL 

NCMH NAME CHANGE CLEARS COMMITTEE WITH NO OPPOSITION 

BOARD ENDORSES OUTREACH LEGISLATION 

BARNES PREDICTS ROUGH ROAD FOR IMPPACT TAX 

SMALL CHANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT BILL, OFFICIAL SAYS 

LEGISLATOR RAISES EQUITY ISSUE ON IMPACT TAX 

CHAPEL HILL TREE, SHRUB BILL HITS SNAG IN N.C GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

BARNES FAILS TO SHOW FOR HOUSE IMPACT TAX HEARING 

HACKNEY TO MULL 'STOP WORK' REQUEST 

CARRBORO HOPES WANING FOR IMPACT TAX 

HACKNEY EYES MAVRETIC'S JOB 

HACKNEY EYES MAVRETIC'S JOB 

CHAPEL HILL OFFICIALS, REPRESENTATIVES DROP PUBLIC FACILITIES BILL 

LEGISLATORS WON'T PUSH IMPACT TAX 

REP. HACKNEY'S BILL PUSHES OFFICIAL SCENIC RIVER STATUS FOR HAW 

LOCAL REPS PUSH FUND REQUESTS 

CHAPEL HILL TREE BILL GETS COMMITTEE OK 

LEAN PORK BARREL WILL HURT LOCAL GROUPS, LEGISLATORS SAY 

LEGISLATORS RAP 'CREATIVE FINANCING' ON SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND 

HUNT WON'T SEEK FIFTH SENATE TERM 

BARNES PONDERS FIFTH-TERM RE-ELECTION BID 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LOOP ROAD 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, OUTER LOOP 
OPPOSITION MAY HALT FREEWAY 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, PARKS 



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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 
CHH 



1 

1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



9/02/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/07/1989 

9/25/1989 

10/03/1989 

10/10/1989 

10/11/1989 

10/12/1989 

10/19/1989 

10/21/1989 

10/22/1989 

11/03/1989 

11/24/1989 



1/23/1989 

1/30/1989 
3/02/1989 
4/23/1989 
4/23/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/18/1989 
5/22/1989 
5/23/1989 
5/23/1989 
7/24/1989 
7/29/1989 
11/20/1989 



CHH 1 4/05/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/07/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/21/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/15/1989 A 



CHH 1 
H 2 

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



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



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



1/11/1989 
1/14/1989 
3/08/1989 
3/11/1989 
3/11/1989 
3/18/1989 
3/24/1989 
3/30/1989 
4/06/1989 
4/10/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/11/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/23/1989 
4/23/1989 
4/23/1989 
4/28/1989 
4/28/1989 
4/30/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/06/1989 
7/05/1989 
8/03/1989 B 
12/21/1989 A 
12/27/1989 A 



N D38 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
E 

N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
L 
E 
N M20 



1 P N C62 
1 N M70 
3 N M70 
1 M N L90 
1 P N L90 

N 

E 

N M70 

N M70 

E 

E 

E 

N M20 



1 N S17 
3 P N M20 
3 N 
7 P N M20 



P N S17 
N L40 
N 

N M20 
E 

P N C62 
N M20 
N M20 
N 

P N M20 

P N M20 
N M20 

P N L40 
N M20 
N M20 

P N C62 
N M70 
N M70 
N M20 

P N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N L40 
N S17 

C N 

P N M20 

P N M20 



CHH 1 5/03/1989 A 3 N M20 



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SEE PARKS, ORANGE COUNTY 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., POPULATION 

SCHOOLS FACE POPULATION GROWTH 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., PROPERTY TAXES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., TAXES 
SEE ALSO PROPERTY TAXES, N.C. 

S ^TJTEE°!r^ING TAX ON NEU HOUSES, BUILDINGS 
DEPARTMENTS ASKED TO HOLD BUDGET LINE 
ORANGE WANTS N.C. OK ON TAX BEFORE HEARING 
IMPACT TAXES AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING 
THE SOFT-SHOE TAX-HIKE SHUFFLE/ JAMES R. SMITH 
OFFICIALS SAY UADDELL, HOTEL OWE TAXES 
RED TAPE RAISES COST OF HOUSING 
BUDGET PROPOSAL INCLUDES TAX INCREASE 
BOARD ARGUES ABOUT SCHOOL FUNDING 

DOUBLE WHAMMY: TAX HIKE, USER FEES 

PUBLIC TO AIR VIEUS/COHMISSIONERS SEEK BUDGET INPUT 

"*! WdhSi'bSI^J^S^tL i*™ent program 

PLANNING BUILDING TO GET NEU ROOF 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, RESERVOIR ni . pnMOrlrc 
SEE ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, WATER RESOURCES 
SEE RESERVOIRS 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, RESTAURANTS 
SEE RESTAURANTS, ORANGE COUNTY 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, REVENUES 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, BUDGET 
USER FEE HIKE SUGGESTED 
COUNTY MIGHT RAISE REC FEES 
COUNTY CALLED FINANCIALLY HEALTHY 

^H AL^M/CHAPEf HILL/CARRBORO THOROUGHFARE PLAN 

SE FESY^WINTEfw3N]3ER^ CARRIES WITH IT HEFTY PRICE TAG 
1-85 HAS LEAD IN TRAFFIC COUNTS __ 

COMMISSIONERS EYE SCENIC ROAD PLAN FOR ORANGE 
HILLSBOROUGH OFFICIALS SKEPTICAL OF 1-85 PLANS 

Sl^ffi ■UrfH'Am MINTED 6-4-89) 

SWEEPING THAT DUST „ ra __ 

HABITAT ROAD COULD MEAN DEAD END FOR PROJECT 

THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING DILEMMA ummMM _ 

HIGHWAY BILL PAVES WAY FOR ROAD IMPROVEMENTS „ 

ORANGE CO. OFFICIALS CALL MEETING TO EASE TENSIONS WITH DOT 

DOT SNUBBED THEM, COUNTY OFFICIALS SAY 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, TAX RATE 

TAX RATE TO CLIMB 6.5 CENTS IN ORANGE 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, TAXES „™ mTV TAV ~ 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY TAX OFFICE 
ORANGE COUNTY MAY REPLACE DEVELOPER'S FEE WITH NEU TAX 
CTM^TEEPROPOSING TAX ON NEU HOUSES, BUILDINGS nnim . 

LOCAL OFFICIALS LOOK FOR IMPACT TAX CONSENSUS, COUNTY MAY PROCEED... 
LOCAL OFFICIALS LOW FOR IMPACT TAX CONSENSUS, HILLSBOROUGH COUNCIL... 
'FAIRNESS' OF HILLSBOROUGH TAX EXCLUSION QUESTIONED 
THAT ALL THE WORLD SHOULD BE TAXED 
VOTERS WOULD DECIDE SCHOOL TAX 
VOTERS WOULD DECIDE SCHOOL TAX 

ORANGE TAX FUNDS FOR ALL, MARKET FARMERS SAY „„__ 

OFFICIALS BILLCOUNTY TAXPAYERS WITH AMBULANCE COST REMINDER 



CHH 1 6/16/1989 A 3 N M25 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



1/18/1989 
2/13/1989 
2/23/1989 
2/25/1989 
3/13/1989 
5/12/1989 
5/22/1989 
5/30/1989 
5/31/1989 
5/31/1989 
11/14/1989 



N M70 
N M20 
N M20 
E 
U 
N 
U 

N S17 
N M20 
E 
N M20 



CHH 1 8/17/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 5/18/1989 A 3 C N M20 
CHH 1 6/13/1989 A 1 P N M20 
CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 1 N M20 



CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


2/27/1989 A 


1 M N 046 


CHH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


4/09/1989 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


4/10/1989 A 


4 


U 


CHH 1 


6/01/1989 A 


1 C N M20 


CHH 1 


7/04/1989 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 


7/23/1989 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


7/25/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


7/31/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


11/07/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


11/12/1989 A 


1 


? N M20 


H 2 


6/16/1989 C 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


1/10/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


1/18/1989 A 


1 


N M70 


CHH 1 


2/25/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


2/25/1989 A 


1 


N ICO 


CHH 1 


3/16/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


5/08/1989 A 


4 


U 


CHH 1 


5/31/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


5/31/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


6/25/1989 A 


1 


P N M25 


CHH 1 


7/13/1989 A 


1 


C N S17 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



POLITICAL PROPAGANDA MAKES TAX BILL HARDER TO SWALLOW 
TAX BUILDING BEHIND SCHEDULE 
RESIDENTS QUEUE UP TO BEAT DEADLINE 
6,000 RISKING TAX FINE 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., TELEPHONES 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., TELEPHONES 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, N.C. 
ENHANCED 911 MAY HIKE BILLS 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., VOTER REGISTRATION 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO VOTER REGISTRATION, N.C. 
HILLSBOROUGH VOTER DRIVE HELD TODAY 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, WATER AND SEWER LINES 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C, WATER AND SEWER LINES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANKS, ORANGE COUNTY 

hartuell: WATER DRAFT EMBARRASSING 

UNIVERSITY LAKE SEWER LINE BAN EXPIRING SOON 

OFFICIALS, FARMERS LIKE USING SLUDGE ON LAND/SUNDAY FOCUS! SLUDGE... 

OFFICIALS FACING A DISPOSAL DILEMMA/SUNDAY FOCUS: SLUDGE DISPOSAL 

1990 OPENING OF NEW SCHOOL FACES DELAY 

WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT SPARKS FEARS 

COMMISSIONERS' WATER POLICY 'ARBITRARY,' 'INCONSISTENT' 

PIPE TEST WORRIES OFFICIALS 

LUNSFORD HOPEFUL NEW HOPE SCHOOL WILL GET COUNTY WATER, SEWER SERVICE 

OWASA ACTS ON EXTENSION RESOLUTION 

SOME QUESTIONS FOR OWASA 

BOARD BACKS WATERSHED MEASURES 

WATERSHED PLAN GETS GROUP NOD 

SEWER PROHIBITION INTACT 

PTA'S SHOP GAINS LEVERAGE IN TALKS WITH OWASA STAFF 

GROUP POSTPONES RURAL BUFFER DECISIONS 

CITY SCHOOLS TO SEEK COUNTY FUNDS TO IMPROVE WATER FLOW 

HILLSBOROUGH TO CONSIDER WATER SERVICE REQUEST FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

OWASA MULLS EXTENSION COSTS 

WORKERS RELOCATE THRIFT SHOP WATERLINE 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, WATER AND SEWER RATES 

OWASA MAY RAISE RATES ANNUALLY FOR NEXT 5 YEARS 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER PROPOSED RATE INCREASED (AD) 

OWASA TO HOLD HEARING ON RATES 

OWASA RATE PLAN ON LINE WITH DURHAM 

OWASA OKS 6 PERCENT RATE INCREASE 

OWASA SEES HIGHER COSTS 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, WATER CONSERVATION 
SEE ALSO DROUGHT, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO WATER CONSERVATION 
NEWS OF 1988 — FROM WATER TO WADDELL/SUNDAY FOCUS 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, WATER RESOURCES 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C, WATER RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE/ALAMANCE WATER SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO ORANGE/CHATHAM WATER RESOURCES 

report: mcgowan site more ECONOMICAL 

CAREY: COUNTY WON'T 'SCRAP' controversial WATER POLICY 

CORRECTION 

HARTUELL: WATER DRAFT EMBARRASSING 

OWASA MULLS JORDAN LAKE LAND PURCHASE 

WATERSHED, LAND USE HIGH ON TOWN AGENDA 

WATER BOUNDARY AGREEMENT CERTAIN, OFFICIALS PREDICT 

DYE REMOVAL RULING 'GOOD NEWS' FOR FLYNT 

WATER BOUNDARIES STILL MURKY ISSUE 

OWASA BOARD OKS JORDAN LAKE PURCHASE 

GATES WANTS COUNTY OUT OF RESERVOIR PLAN 

CATES WANTS COUNTY OUT OF RESERVOIR PLAN 

HILLSBOROUGH HIGHT NOT GAIN TIME ON RESERVOIR BY DUMPING ORANGE 



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CHH 1 7/19/1989 A 4 U 

CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 3 P N M20 

CHH 1 12/29/1989 A 3 P N M20 

CHH 1 12/30/1989 A 1 P N M20 



CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 9/30/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 


1/19/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


3/26/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


1 M N L90 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


5/14/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


5/24/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


7/16/1989 A 


4 P U 


CHH 1 


9/15/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


9/16/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


10/31/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


11/01/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


11/07/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


11/17/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


11/17/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


11/18/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


11/30/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


12/06/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


12/13/1989 A 


3 P N U57 


CHH 1 


12/22/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


12/27/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


5/05/1989 A 


1 C N L90 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


2 A 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


6/10/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


6/15/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


9/17/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


1/01/1989 A 


1 P N L38 



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 
1/10/1989 
1/16/1989 
1/19/1989 
1/22/1989 
1/24/1989 
1/29/1989 
1/31/1989 
1/31/1989 
2/09/1989 
2/14/1989 
2/14/1989 
2/15/1989 



N M20 
N M20 
N 

N M20 
N R63 
N C62 



1 M N M20 



N R63 
N R63 
N L90 
N R63 
N M20 
N M20 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



Y SUBJECTS 



^^^8gra^»Q«» TO COSHER LEAVING... 
THE THIRSTY ORANGE NOTHING NEW/ JAMES R. SMITH 
HILLSBOROUGH BOARD DELAYS RESERVOIR ACTION 

^Lf^lJ^A^OOrfoF 5 ^ AND RAIN HAS GIVEN.. .RESERVOIRS A NEW LOOK 
HILLSBOROUGH NEEDS WATER, NOT TALK/ JAMES R. SMITH 
REVISION OF WATER POLICY PRAISED 

BOARD DELAYS RESERVOIR DECISION , „ „, 

RESERVOIR ISSUE [CAILOCKED (CLARIFICATION PRINTED 3-22-U9 
RESERVOIR ISSUE DEADLOCKED (CLARIFICATION PRINTED 3-^9) 
CATESLOOKS TO GRAHAM FOR WATER; INTERIM SUPPLY DISCUSSED 

HILLS&ORO^CONSITJERS SEIZING COUNTY LAND FOR NEW RESERVOIR 

PLACING BOARD OBJECTS TO COMMISSIONERS' SNUB 

CARRBORO EXTENDS LIMITS ON BUILDING IN WATERSHED 

DEM ON THE RIGHT TRACK 

LET THOSE WHO BENEFIT PAY 

QUESTIONS RAISED ABOUT USE OF ENO AS WATER SUPPLY 

THE SHOW MUST NOT GO ON 

OUASA ADOPTS 'MEMO,' 5-4 

BOARDS TO DISCUSS RESERVOIR ISSUES 

a cttp TOWARD THE SF'IKjOT 

WATERSHED 'PROTECTION* DISCRIMINATORY/ JAMES R. SMITH 

REPLENISHED/SUNDAY FOCUS I ORANGE COUNTY DROUGHT 

CONCERNS OF DRIER DAYS STILL HAUNT HILLSBOTOUGH 

OMASA WRESTLES WITH STRUCTURE, LOYALTY ISSUES 

RAINS DELAY HILLSBOROUGH WATER SALE 

AND THE RAINS CAME TUMBLING DOWN 

WATERSHED POLICY CONSIDERED _ 

MORATORIUM COULD HIT 57X OF COMY 

COOPERATION NEEDED TO FILL RESERVOIR 

TOWN, COUNTY TO WRESTLE WATERISSUES 

8.300 SUBJECT TO PROPOSED WATERSHED PLAN 

BOND VOTE COULD COME NEXT SPRING 

1-85 WOULD DEGRADE SEVEN MILE WATER 

WORK GROUP DEBATES WATERSHED PROPOSAL 

DOUBT CAST ON NOV. DEADLINE 

SAVE WATERSHED WITH BENIGN NEGLECT 

WATERSHED ZONING OPPOSITION HARDENS 

TIME TO TALK WATERSHEDS 

FIST FIGHT DISRUPTS HEARING 

COMMISSIONERS DENY 'LAND GRAB' 

BOARD OKS FUNDS FOR WATER PROJECTS 

IT'S PUBLIC HEARING, NOT PUBLIC BRAWL 

BOARD DEBATES BOUNDARY QUESTION ,—-,--. 

OUASA-CHATHAM CO. WATER HOOKUP STILL UNLIKELY VENTURE 

'WATERSHED BUILDING MORATORIUM GETS OK FROM PLANNERS 

HEALTH DEPT.'S PRIORITIES MISPLACED 

WATERSHED MEETING POSTPONED „ T __ 

GIVE DEMOCRACY A CHANCE TO WORK ON WATERSHED ISSUE 

COMPENSATION ISSUE ABSENT IN WATER TALKS 

GOOD INTENTIONS THREATEN WATERSHED „— «., 

OFFICIAL SAYS WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS NOT 'A TAKING' 

PORTO PROPOSES WATERSHED DEAL 

SOME COMPENSATION IS DUE OWNERS ^ -c , ruCATTnu 

OWASA STAFF'S PAPER LACKS LANDOWNER COMPENSATION 

SCHEDULED WATERSHED MEETING UNCERTAIN 

SHARE THE BENEFITS, SHARE THE COST 

CWASA LIKELY TO DROP NON- COMPENSATION PLAN 

^KaMI TE^OP^TsTRiaiON ON 1 OF 7 WATERSHEDS 
COUNTY MAY LOOK AT DIFFERENT SITE FOR NEW RESERVOIR 
COMMISSIONER SEES HOPE FOR LANDOWNERS „._—-, 

COUNTY SALES FIGURES SHOW PRICES SHRINKING AS LOTS GROW 
COMPENSATION TO LANDOWNERS UNNECESSARY - ANDRESEN 

'WATERSHED FORUM SLATED 

RESPONSES TO WATERSHED PROPOSAL MIXED 
KENDIG MUDDIES THE 'WATERSHED ISSUE 
ALDERMEN TO REVIEW WATERSHED PROPOSALS 



D — DATE- 



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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 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
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 



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



2/15/1989 

2/20/1989 

2/20/1989 

2/21/1989 

2/22/1989 

2/24/1989 

2/27/1989 

3/08/1989 

3/16/1989 

3/21/198? 

3/21/1989 

3/22/1989 

3/22/1989 

3/23/1989 

4/13/1989 

4/13/1989 

4/22/1989 

4/24/1989 

4/28/1989 

6/09/1989 

6/24/1989 

6/30/1989 A 

7/03/1989 A 

7/10/1989 

7/16/1989 

7/16/1989 

7/17/1989 

7/20/1989 

8/06/1989 

8/10/1989 

8/17/1989 

8/20/1989 

8/21/1989 

8/23/1989 

8/23/1939 

8/24/1989 

8/25/1989 

8/25/1989 

8/28/1989 

9/05/1989 

9/05/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/07/1989 

9/07/1989 

9/07/1989 

9/18/1989 

9/19/1989 

9/20/1989 

9/20/1989 

9/21/1989 

9/21/1989 

9/24/1989 

9/24/1989 

9/25/1989 

9/26/1989 

9/27/1989 

9/28/1989 

9/29/1989 

9/29/1989 

9/30/1989 

10/01/1989 

10/03/1989 B 

10/05/1989 A 

10/06/1989 

10/C6/1989 

10/07/1989 

10/11/1989 

10/14/1989 

10/14/1989 

10/17/1989 



A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



1 

1 

4 

1 

3 

3 F 

4 

3 

3 

1 

1 

1 

2 

1 F 

1 F 

1 

4 

4 

3 

4 

3 

3 

4 

4 

1 

1 I 

i : 
l 

4 
3 
3 
4 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
3 
4 
1 
4 
1 
1 
3 
4 
1 
3 
3 
4 
3 

4 

i 

4 

i 
l 

4 

i 

3 
4 

3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
4 
3 



N R63 
N R63 
U 

N R63 
N 

N L90 
U 

N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N R63 
N R63 
N 

N R63 
N M20 
N C62 
E 
U 

N H90 
E 

N 

N M20 

E 

U 

N L90 

N D38 

J L90 

N D38 

E 

N M25 

N M20 

E 

N H90 

N M20 

N M20 

E 

N M25 

N M25 

U 

N M20 

E 

N M20 
1 N M20 
' N H90 

E 

N M25 

N M25 

N M20 

E 

N M25 

> U 

N M20 
E 

> N M20 

> N C62 
E 

N M25 

N K25 

E 

N M25 

N C62 

N M20 
? N M20 
' N M25 

N M25 
P N M25 

N 

N M25 

E 

N C62 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 






KENDIG ANALYSIS FLAWED, OFFICIALS SAY 

RURAL GROUP BLASTS BOARD 

PRESERVE WATER QUALITY THROUGH ZONING RESTRICTIONS 

OUASA CONSIDERS TREATMENT CAPACITY 

OFFICIALS VEXED BY SLUDGE SITES 

WATERSHED PLAN GETS GROUP NOD 

SEWER PROHIBITION INTACT 

GET CONCESSIONS NOW, NOT LATER 

WATERSHED DECISI0NS7/WILL ZONING LIMITS HOLD UP IN COURT? 

VA. RULING SUPPORTS WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS 

IMPLEMENTING ZONING RESTRICTIONS REQUIRES 'A MAJOR COMMITMENT' 

OFFICIALS DEFEND COURTESY CHARGE 

KEEP COMMUNITY SEPTIC SYSTEMS OUT OF WATERSHEDS 

MARSHALL BLAST PUBLIC HEARING PROCEDURE 

HEADLINE INCORRECT 

6 LOCALS FAIL IN EMC WATER COUNCIL BIDS 

BOARD POSTPONES SLUDGE PROPOSAL 

OWASA HAD CANE CREEK SLUDGE PERMIT-DEM 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, WATER TREATMENT PLANTS 
SEE ALSO WATER TREATMENT PLANTS, N.C. 
OWASA BOARD OKS JORDAN LAKE PURCHASE 

OWASA PURCHASE HAS LANDOWNER WORRIED (CORRECTION PRINTED 6-29-89 > 
COUNTY ENGINEER SATISFIED WITH MCLENNAN'S SYSTEM 
CORRECTION 

WASTE SYSTEM RULES FRAMED; ALTERNATIVE SYSTEMS EYED 
OWASA CONSIDERS TREATMENT CAPACITY 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, ZONING 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, ZONING 
SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C, ZONING 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY PLANNING BOARD 

COUNTY MULLS COMPROMISE ON DUKE FOREST 

BOARD MAY SUE STEEL COMPANY 

IS DUKE FOREST REALLY OUT OF THE WOODS YET7/SUNDAY FOCUS 

DUKE STILL RESISTS ORANGE COUNTY REZONING 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON... ORANGE COUNTY/CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO ZONING 

RURAL PRESERVATION STUDY GROUP TO TAKE CASE TO PUBLIC 

KENDIG EXPECTED TO SUGGEST ZONING OF TWO AREA TOWNSHIPS 

CHANGES TO LAND USE PLAN GO UP FOR VOTE 

WHAT'S SO GREAT ABOUT ZONING? 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING (AD) 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO... ZONING ORDINANCE 

BOARD GRANTS DELAY ON TRACT RECLASSIFICATION 

QUARRY FIRM WANTS BUFFER LAND REZONED 

FOES SCREAM PROTESTS AS SUBDIVISION APPROVED 

REJECTION URGED FOR TEER REQUEST 

RESIDENTS TURN OUT TO OPPOSE QUARRY 

PORTO PROPOSES WATERSHED DEAL 

SOME COMPENSATION IS DUE OWNERS 

OWASA STAFF'S PAPER LACKS LANDOWNER COMPENSATION 

SHARE THE BENEFITS, SHARE THE COST 

OWASA LIKELY TO DROP NON-COMPENSATION PLAN 

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT POLICY UNDER FIRE 

PLANNING BOARDS READY TO CONSIDER JOINT PLANNING TURF 

COMMISSIONER SEES HOPE FOR LANDOWNERS 

COUNTY SALES FIGURES SHOW PRICES SHRINKING AS LOTS GROW 

COMPENSATION TO LANDOWNERS UNNECESSARY - ANDRESEN 

HILLSBOROUGH LOOKING FOR ELBOW ROOM 

RESPONSES TO WATERSHED PROPOSAL MIXED 

COMPROMISE PROTECTION PLANS DUE IN 

OWASA ASKS REPLY TO KENDIG MEMO 

SMALLER LOTS UPHELD 

ALDERMEN TO REVIEW WATERSHED PROPOSALS 

PLANNING BOARD WANTS AVERAGE LOT RESTRICTIONS IN WATERSHED 

KENDIG ANALYSIS FLAWED, OFFICIALS SAY 

RURAL GROUP WOULD ZONE TOWNSHIPS 

SUGGESTION MUDDIES THE WATERS 

LAND PLANS 'TRAVESTY TO JUSTICE" 

RURAL CHARACTER COMMITTEE STILL PIECING PUZZLE 



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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 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



10/19/1989 
10/19/1989 
10/26/1989 
11/01/198? 
11/10/1989 
11/17/1989 
11/17/1989 
11/19/1989 
11/26/1989 
11/26/1989 
11/26/1989 
11/29/1989 
12/01/1989 
12/02/1989 
12/14/1989 
12/15/198? 
12/15/1989 
12/15/1989 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 



2/09/1989 
6/25/1989 
6/28/1989 
6/29/1989 
CHH 1 7/16/1989 
CHH 1 11/01/1989 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
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 
CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



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



1/11/1989 

2/08/1989 

2/26/1989 

3/19/1989 

3/24/1989 

4/24/1989 

4/24/1989 

4/24/1989 

5/01/1989 

5/10/1989 

5/17/1989 

5/18/1989 

8/01/1989 

8/16/1989 

8/28/1989 

8/29/1989 

9/26/1989 

9/27/1989 

9/28/1989 

9/29/198? 

?/30/l?8? 

10/03/ 1989 

10/05/198? 

10/06/198? 

10/06/1989 

10/07/1989 

10/07/1989 

10/14/198? 

10/14/1989 

10/17/1989 

10/17/1989 

10/17/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/19/1989 

10/21/1989 

10/21/1989 

10/22/1989 

11/05/1989 



N M20 

N M20 

L 

N M25 
M N M20 
P N M25 

N M25 

E 
1 M N M25 
1 C N M25 

N M25 

N M20 

J 

N M20 

L 

N C62 

N M25 

N M25 



1 P N L90 
3 N L90 
3 N ICO 

2 N 

1 N L90 

3 N M25 



N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
A 

N M20 
N M20 
N C62 
U 
A 
A 

N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N C62 
E 

N M25 
E 

N M25 
N M20 
N M20 
N MS 
N M25 
N M25 
N W57 
N i125 
N M25 
N M20 
N M25 
N C62 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
E 
L 
N M20 



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50BJE 



BOARD BACKS WATERSHED MEASURES 
WATERSHED F1AN GETS GROUP NOD 
SEWER PROHIBITION INTACT _ 

rIoKaS K ^PER EXPECTED FRO* COMMITTEE NOV 

BBfKiBaUKBrM HOLD UP IN COURT? 
VA RULING SUPPORTS WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS „^ TTlmlT 

iMcNTINGZONING RESTRICTIONS REQUIRES 'A iMAJOR CO«M™T 
ANGERAT WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS EVIDENT, COUNTY OFFICIALS SAY 
MARSHALL BLAST PUBLIC HEARING PROCEDURE 
WATERSHED ACTIONS POSTPONED 

""■ ffic^f^li^PKFICIENCY SYNDROHE, ORANGE COUNTY 
COST OF AIDS CARE RISING DRAMATICALLY 
AIDS PATIENTS' HOUSING NEEDS FELT IN CHAPEL HILL 
TAYLOR STREET RESIDENTS TO FIGHT AIDS HOUSE 

ORANGE COUNTY ADOLESCENT PARENTING PROGRAM „„„,„ 

LOcTomCIALS HONOR PROGRAM FOR ARE TEEN-AGE PARENTS 

ORANGE COUNTY AGRICaTl^ EXTENSION AGENCY 

EXTENSION OFFICIALS CELEBRATE 75 YEARS OF SERVICE 
MORE THAN FARM ADVICE OFFERED HERE 



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1 N M20 


CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 11/17/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 11/20/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 11/24/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 11/26/1989 A 


1 M N M25 


CHH 1 11/26/1989 A 


1 C N M25 


CHH 1 11/26/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 11/29/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 12/02/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 12/20/ 19B9 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 8/06/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 8/06/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 9/06/1989 A 


1 N S17 



CHH 1 5/13/1989 A 5 N 



CHH 1 5/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/08/1989 A 



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N H90 



ORANGE COUNTY AIRPORT (PROPOSED) 
SEE ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., AIRPORTS 

ORANGE COUNTY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CC^JROLBOARD 
ALCOHOL ENFORCEMENT STING NETS 2 ARRESTS 

ORANGE COUNTY ANIMAL PROTECTIONSOCIETY AND SHELTER 
SEE ALSO ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 
BOARD TO VIEW TIMETABLE FOR IMPROVEMENTS 

A^HAL^aIaNkK! EPcO. OFFICIAL SAYS PROBLEM ESCALATING.,. 

SBKBHBtfJBWPXVft FIRST of its kind for county 

VICIOUS DOG HEARING IS POSTPONED AGAIN 
^K R S^recST0R T §0 S ^ERS IN CHAPEL HILL 

SSSS &I0N/PET F.INTERS 

ARE BASSET HOUNDS GOOD KIDS' PETS? „____ 

CAN YOU GIVE DOGS PILLS FOR FIEAS^/PET POINTERS 

WHAT IS LEGAL SHELTER FOR D0GS7/PET POINTERS 

STRAYS ABOUND AT ORANGE CO. ANIMAL SHELTER _ „^_ 

WHAT CANBE1 MNE TO HELP A CAT WITH A CATARACT7/PET POINTERS 

JAIL TERM UNUSUAL FOR ANIMAL NEGLECT 

Sn^UND^KA^RITJH^TAGE IN NORTH CAROLINA/PET WINTERS 

CATS CANCARRYDISEASE THAT IS A SERIOUS HAZARD TO UNBORN CHILD'S HEALTH 

E^RGENCY CLINIC FORANIMALS IS NOW OPEN, PET POINTERS 

lHvE^INJURED ANIMALS FOR EXPERTS' CARE/PET POINTERS 

PUTTING A LEASH ONPET CONTROL/SUNDAY FOCUS! ANIMAL CONTROL _„ ra 
S^CcVfROL I^ANIMAL LOVE FOR A COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER 
BUDGET HAS DOUBLED AS COUNTY PLAYS 'CATCH-UP' „„__ 

KEEP DEIFICATION TAGS ON PETS AT ALL TOES/PET POINTERS 
UILDLIFE NEEDS WATER, SUMMER AND W I NTER/W POINTERS 

ISSSe ^i^'f^^^^^h^^m -in. new owner 

Are WILL SEEK FERMIT FOR ANIMAL SANCTUARY 

^KlkySEDTwARr^LKIOTIS SAYS HE'S 'APPALLED' 
LACK OF QUORUM DELAYS APS PERMIT 
HOLD THE LINE ON SHELTER COST 



CHH 1 4/19/1989 A 1 N R63 



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CHH 1 
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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
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CHH 1 
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A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



1/03/1989 

1/26/1989 

3/06/1989 

3/07/1989 

3/13/1989 

3/15/1989 

3/18/1989 

4/02/1989 B 

4/13/1989 A 

4/22/1989 A 

4/29/1989 A 

5/06/1989 A 

5/13/1989 A 

5/14/1989 A 

5/20/1989 A 

5/27/1989 

5/27/1989 

6/03/1989 

6/10/1989 

6/17/1989 

6/24/1989 

7/01/1989 

7/02/1989 

7/02/1989 

7/02/1989 

7/08/1989 

7/15/1989 

7/22/1989 

7/29/1989 

7/29/1989 

8/05/1989 

8/11/1989 

8/12/1989 

8/18/1989 

8/19/1989 

8/19/1989 



1 
1 

3 
3 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
8 
8 
7 
7 
3 
10 
3 
7 
8 
10 
10 
7 
10 
1 
1 
1 

10 
9 
7 
3 
6 
7 
3 
7 
1 
3 
4 



N M20 

N M20 

N S17 

N 

N H90 

N 

N R63 

N 

N 

F 

F 

F 

U 

N S17 

F 

N H90 

U 



F 

U 

F 

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M N S17 
P U 

N M20 

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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1989 



INDEX B 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



HOW BO YOU HOUSEBREAK A PUPPY7/PET POINTERS 

SWIFT BIRDS OFTEN NO MATCH FOR CHIMNEY SWEEP'S 

LEASH LAW SHOULD CONTROL PESKY DOG 

SHOULD DOGS RUN LOOSE IN CARRBORO PARK7/PET POINTERS 

DOES 'INVISIBLE FENCING' REALLY W0RK7/PET POINTERS 

CAN DOGS GIVE HUMANS LYME DISEASE7/PET POINTERS 

APS TO CONSIDER APPEALING COUNTY SANCTUARY DECISION 

PROGRAM GIVING ANIMALS CANCER TREATMENT/fET POINTERS 

APS TO APPEAL SHELTER DENIAL 

WHAT'S THE PURPOSE OF BAT H0USES7/PET POINTERS 

CAN YOU TEACH A DEAF PUPPY 0BEDIENCE7/PET POINTERS 

APS FIGHTS BOARD RULING 

BEHAVIOR TECHNIQUES CAN REDUCE FEAR OF THUNDER 

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS TRAIN DOGS FOR THE DEAF 

APS APPEAL YIELDS CLOSED DOOR MEETING 

STRAYS/VAST SURPLUS OF ANIMALS IS A PROBLEM NATIONWIDE 

DISCARDED PLASTIC IS A THREAT TO WILDLIFE, DOMESTICATED ANIMALS 

WHY ARE STEEL-JAW TRAPS STILL LEGAL? 

DRAIN ANTIFREEZE CAREFULLY TO PROTECT ANIMALS 

DOGS AND PICKUP TRUCKS 

ROTTWEILER ON LOOSE CAUSES CONCERN 

PUTTING ANIMALS IN DUMPSTERS IS ILLEGAL, CRUEL 

CHILDREN'S CLASS ON PETS IS PLANNED 

SHELTER EXPANSION ARCHITECTS APPROVED 

A DOG'S CHRISTMAS 

DOLPHINS KILLED DURING TUNA FISHING 

CAN'T KEEP PUPPY? FIND A GOOD HOME RIGHT AWAY 

ORANGE COUNTY ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY AND SHELTER, BUDGET 

PUTTING A LEASH ON PET CONTROL/SUNDAY FOCUS i ANIMAL CONTROL 

ANIMAL CONTROL MEANS ANIMAL LOVE FOR A COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER 

BUDGET HAS DOUBLED AS COUNTY PLAYS 'CATCH-UP' 

ORANGE COUNTY ARTS COMMISSION 

10 ARTS ORGANIZATIONS TO RECEIVE GRANT MONIES 
DIRECTORY OF ARTISTS IN AREA IN WORKS 

ORANGE COUNTY ASSEMBLY OF GOVERNMENTS 

OWASA WORK GROUP REACHES AGREEMENT ON COMMUNICATIONS MEMO 
AREA GOVERNMENTS' JOINT MEETING TODAY 
ORANGE GOVERNMENTS PUSH DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS AGENDA 
WHERE DOES GOVERNMENT HAPFEN? 

ORANGE COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 

PROGRAM FUNDING TOPS ARC'S LIST OF LEGISLATIVE CONCERNS 

CIVITANS COMPLETE PLEDGE TO ARC 

LIFE GOES ON HITS HOME FOR CHAPEL HILL FAMILY 

ORANGE CO. ARC LEADERS HONORED 

ARC PRESENTS ANNUAL KUDOS 

ORANGE COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, TEACHERS 
STATE EDUCATION SURVEY 'BIASED, ' LEADER SAYS 
TEACHERS DISCUSS CONCERNS WITH REPRESENTATIVES 
LOCAL TEACHERS JOIN 7,000 CALLING FOR PAY INCREASES 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

LATTA NOT RENAMED TO ADJUSTMENT BOARD 

APS FIGHTS BOARD RULING 

APS APPEAL YIELDS CLOSED DOOR MEETING 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 
SEE ALSO INTERGOVERNMENTAL WORK GROUP 
BOARD TO VIEW TIMETABLE FOR IMPROVEMENTS 
COMMISSIONERS MULL HUNTING RESTRICTIONS 
COMMISSIONER TELLS RURAL GROUP TO STOP DEBATE, START STUDY 
COUNTY INCOME TAXES? 

CAREYS COUNTY WON'T 'SCRAP' CONTROVERSIAL WATER POLICY 
OWASA'S 'MEMO' GROUP AT A STANDSTILL 
OFFICIALS PLAN FEB, RESERVOIR MEETING (CORRECTION PRINTED 1-16-89) 



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8/19/1989 

8/21/1939 

8/26/1989 

9/02/1989 

9/09/1989 

9/16/1989 

9/20/1989 

9/23/1989 

9/28/1989 

9/30/1989 

10/07/1989 

10/12/1989 

10/14/1989 

10/21/1989 

10/25/1989 

10/28/1989 

11/04/1989 

11/11/1989 

11/18/1989 

11/25/1989 

12/02/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/16/1989 

12/21/1989 

12/23/1989 

12/23/1989 

12/30/1989 



7 P U 

1 N S17 
10 P U 

8 P U 
8 P U 
7 P U 

N S17 
P U 

P N M20 
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CHH 1 7/02/1989 A 1 P F S17 
CHH 1 7/02/1989 A 1 P N S17 
CHH 1 7/02/1989 A 1 P N M20 



CHH 1 1/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/29/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/16/1989 A 

CHH 1 4/19/1989 A 



N M20 
N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



5/01/1989 A 

9/08/1989 A 

9/25/1989 A 

10/31/1989 A 

12/16/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 6/17/1989 A 



CHH 1 6/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/25/1989 A 



3 N L90 

3 N 

1 P N M70 

4 E 



3 N L90 
3 N 
1 P G S17 
6 N 
3 N 



3 N M25 
2 N M25 
1 N C62 



3 N 
1 N M20 
1 N M20 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/03/1989 
1/05/1989 
1/05/1989 
1/09/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/13/1989 
1/15/1989 



N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
U 

N M20 
N L90 
N M20 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



5UEJE 



OFFICIALS PREDICT SCHOOL FUNDING CHANGE OK 
COUNTY PONDERS NEED FOR FIRE COMMISSIONER 
10 ARTS ORGANIZATIONS TO RECEIVE GRANT MONIES 
HARTUELL: WATER DRAFT EMBARRASSING 

FIRE COMMISSION REPEALED 

CARRBORO STILL LEERY OF STUDY GROUT-' 

C&WISSIONERS LIKELY TO AICPT COURTESY REVIEW 

GARB-AGE POLICY BLASTED 

BOARD MAY SUE STEEL COMPANY 

CATES WANTS COUNTY OUT Of RESERVOIR PLAN 

GATES WANTS COUNTY OUT Of RESERVOIR PLAN 

COUNTY BOARD WANTS TO PICK RESERVOIR blTE 

OUASA WORKGROUP REACHES AGREEMENT ON COMMUNICATIONS MEMO 

RESULTS Of AIRPORT SURVEY DUE TONIGHT 

ORANGE WANTS N.C. OK ON TAX BEFORE HEARING 

m^S^CWKBlSpRltSI BUFFER; LANDOWNERS SHOULDN'T HAVE TO... 
UNDERSTANDING BETUEEN DUKE, COUNTY FALLS APART 

S^ffiSS 'FAX' MACHINES A FIRST - NEWSLETTER 

S K^PLaK ^JUGGLES SCHEIE 
•2.5 MILLION TEER CO. SUIT AGAINST COUNTY POSTPONED 
COMMISSIONERS LAUD PROPOSED STRATEGIC PLAN _ „__.„ 
APPROVAL EXPECTED FOR J274.000 COUNTY COMPUTER PURCHASE 
BOARD DELAYS RESERVOIR DECISION 

SI&ffiE^^fficATION PRINTED 3-22-89, 

RESEPWIR ISSLE [EAILCCKED (CLARIFICATION PRINTED 3-22-89) 

COMMISSIONERS EYE SCENIC ROAD PLAN FOR ORANGE 

COUNTY APPROVES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN 

RESERVOIR LOCATION PROBABLY DECIDED __^ Tr 

COMMISSIONERS CLAIM NO FEAR OF GATES' EFFORTS 

VOTE NOT PENDING ON IMPACT TAX 

JUST WHO'S THE KING OF THE FORESTS/JAMES R. SMITH 

nRANGE CO. TO DELAY DUKE FOREST VOTE 

commissioners' comas on orange airport site lacking 

WATER, SEUER POLICY FINALLY PASSES 
BOARD ENDORSES OUTREACH LEGISLATION 
CATES 'SHO-TO' AT CAREY'S PLAN FOR IMPACT TAX 
PLANNING BOARD OBXCTS TO COMMISSIONERS' SNUB 
ARE COMMISSIONERS HIDING SOMETHING'' 
PLANNERS ASK DELAY OF RESERVOIR DECISION 
ORANGE CO. TO CONSIDER IMPACT TAX CHAWE3 
CRANGE COUNTY BOARD SELECTS SITE FOR RESERVOIR 
PLANNING BOARD BUCKS COMMISSIONERS 
IMPACT TAX ABOUT-FACE IRKS CATES 

Kl^ 5 SSS^ NEW D* ON SEVEN MILE CREEK 

HHGMT&nB I SS H 1 ^ public 

KFJffllG EXPECTED TO SUGGEST ZONING OF TWO AREA TOWNSHIPS 

TEER WITHDRAWS SUIT AGAINST ORANGE CO. 

CONOSSZCNERS PLAN JUNE AIRPORT CHOICE 

BLUE CROSS, OTHERS CELEBRATE DEMISE OF LXAl IMPACT TAX 

OFFICIALS QUESTION WHETHER ORANGE CO. MAY GET TWO AIRPORTS 

OPPOSITION MAY HALT FREEWAY 

MOTHER GETS WEEK, NOT JUST A DAY r „, iT „ Tml 

COUNTY BOARD OPPOSES HUNTING BILL PROVISION 

OFFICIALS ARGUE ABOUT ADEQUACY OF FUNDING FOR SCHuOL SYSTEMS 

COMMISSIONERS MULL DEARTH OF DUMFSTERS 

OFFICIALS: BINGHAM AIRPORT NOT LIKELY 

OFFICIALS SPLIT ON NEXT MOVE 

DUKE FOREST ACTION MAY FACE DELAY __ „— ._- 

CMEV WANTS NUMBER CF AIRPORT SITES TRIMMED FURTHER 

AIRPORT OPPONENTS SAY THEY'LL 'SCRAP' TO THE END 

CHEEKS AIRPORT SITE CHOSEN 

COUNTY CHARTS SCOPE OF AIRPORT PLANNING 

COMMISSIONERS OK LANDFILL FEE INCRtASE 

BOARD GRANTS DELAY ON TRACT RECLASSIFICATION 



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1/16/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/16/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


1/16/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


1/19/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/20/1989 A 


8 


N M20 


CHH 1 


1/24/1989 A 


1 F N L90 


CHH 1 


2/06/1989 A 


1 P 


N M25 


CHH 1 


2/07/198? A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


2/08/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


2/14/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


2/14/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


2/16/198? A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


2/16/198? A 


3 


N L90 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


2/23/198? A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


2/24/198? A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


3/01/198? A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


3/01/198? A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


3/01/198? A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


3/07/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


3/11/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


3/12/1989 A 


1 


N H90 


CHH 1 


3/15/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


3/15/1989 A 


1 P N - 


CHH 1 


3/16/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


3/17/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


3/21/198? A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


3/21/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


3/23/1989 A 


1 


N H20 


CHH 1 


4/01/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


4/01/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


4/01/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


4/03/1989 A 


4 


U 


CHH 1 


4/04/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


4/04/1989 A 


3 


N L90 


CHH 1 


4/05/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


4/06/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


4/06/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


1 


P N M20 


CHH 1 


4/14/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


4/18/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


4/18/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


H 2 


4/19/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


4/19/1989 A 


1 


P N (CO 


CHH 1 


4/20/1989 A 


1 


P N M20 


CHH 1 


4/21/1989 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


4/22/198? A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


4/24/1989 A 


1 


N L90 


CHH 1 


4/24/198? A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


4/24/1989 A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


4/25/1989 A 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


4/26/1989 A 


1 


M N L90 


CHH 1 


4/26/198? A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


5/02/1989 A 


1 


N L90 


CHH 1 


5/03/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


5/04/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


5/04/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


5/05/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


5/05/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


5/06/198? A 


1 


N M20 


CHH 1 


5/07/1989 A 


1 


P N M20 


CHH 1 


5/07/1989 A 


3 


N M20 


CHH 1 


5/10/1989 A 


1 


N L90 


CHH 1 


5/14/1989 A 


1 


N L90 


CHH 1 


5/16/1989 A 


1 


M N M20 


CHH 1 


5/16/1989 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


5/18/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


5/18/1989 A 


3 


N M20 



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



SUBJECTS 



HARTUELL — COUNTY MAY DROP AIRPORT (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-24-89) 

COUNTY DROPS AIRPORT PROPOSAL 

WATERS*© DEVELOPMENT SPARKS FEARS 

CLARIFICATION 

COUNTY OFFERED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADVICE 

CITY-COUNTY TENSIONS STILL SPLIT ORANGE CO. (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-31-89) 

CENTRAL, NORTHERN RESIDENTS UNSURE OF BEST METHOD OF... REPRESENTATION 

HEARINGS PLEASE, FRUSTRATE COMMISSIONERS 

BUDGET PROPOSAL INCLUDES TAX INCREASE 

AMBULANCE FEE OK LIKELY, HARTUELL, MARSHALL PREDICT 

DON'T MONKEY WITH SUCCESS 

COUNTY BOARD FOILS UNIVERSITY STATION'S REZONING EFFORT 

OPEN MIND IS URGED ON AMBULANCE ISSUE 

OLD SCHOOL BUILDING RENAMED FOR UHITTED 

BOARD ACTION ENDS BID FOR ROCK QUARRY 

BOARD GRANTS DELAY FOR SUBDIVISION BID 

COMMISSIONERS UANT CONTROL OF RESERVOIR 

LUNSFORD HANTS MORE INFO ON SCHOOL-SIDE PARK 

RESCUE VOLUNTEERS FEAR COMMISSIONERS HAVE MINDS MADE UP 

EMT VOLUNTEERS RACE 'THE GOLDEN HOUR' 

VOLUNTEERS SUGGEST ALTERNATIVES TO FEES 

PUT THE 'PIDDLING' THINGS FIRST/JAMES R. SMITH 

ORANGE CO. SETS UP FUND FOR FARMERS 

LIMIT WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT 

LUNSFORD SET TO REPORT ON NEW SCHOOL'S WATER 

BOARD OPTS TO WITHHOLD *15,000 FOR MARKET 

KINNAIRD HOPEFUL ABOUT COMMONS 

COMMISSIONERS' WATER POLICY 'ARBITRARY,' 'INCONSISTENT' 

COMPOST FIRM MAY ATTACK WASTE PROBLEM 

CONFERENCE TO COST TAXPAYERS $5,000 PLUS 

MCLENNAN'S FARM AGAIN FOCUS OF PUBLIC HEARING 

COUNTY ASKED FOR WATERSHED MORATORIUM 

SUPPORTERS SAY PROJECT MEETS ALL ORDINANCES 

MCLENNAN'S FARM SPEAKERS SWORN IN 

HILLSBOROUGH CHAMBER SEEKS FUNDS FOR CENTER'S RESTROOM RENOVATIONS 

COUNTY, TOWN TO CONSIDER RESERVOIR 

FOES SCREAM PROTESTS AS SUBDIVISION APPROVED 

CONTROL ISSUES CLOUD RESERVOIR DEBATE/LAKE ORANGE REPAYMENT CONSIDERED 

COUNTY COOL ON TOWN BOND PROPOSAL 

MORATORIUM COULD HIT 57% OF COUNTY 

COMMISSIONERS FOLLOWED THE RULES 

SHELTER FIGURE REVISED UPWARD; HALKIOTIS SAYS HE'S 'APPALLED' 

MONUMENT CONTRIBUTION APPROVED 

HARTUELL REMARK RAISES HACKLES 

CHAMBER SEEKS SUPPORT FOR REST ROOMS 

FIST FIGHT DISRUPTS HEARING 

COMMISSIONERS DENY 'LAND GRAB' 

HARTUELL BLASTS LANDFILL PROF'OSAL 

PROCESS CALLED FLAWED 

COUNTY APPROVES SHELTER ALLOCATION 

PLANNING HEARING'S FATE IN LIMBO 

HALKIOTIS LEERY OF DURHAM CITY'S SLUDGE 

BOARD DEBATES WATERSHED ISSUE; CONSIDER LONG HAUL, CAREY SAYS 

COMPENSATION CALLED CRITICAL TO RESTRICTIONS 

WATERSHED LIMITS PLAN NARROWED 

ORANGE BOARD OKS TEMPORARY RESTRICTION ON 1 OF 7 WATERSHEDS 

HARTUELL, WILLHOIT OPPOSE PLAN FOR MANDATORY SEPTIC PUMPING 

HILLSBOROUGH LOOKING FOR ELBOW ROOM 

PLANNING BOARD WANTS AVERAGE LOT RESTRICTIONS IN WATERSHED 

OFFICIALS' ABSENCE AT RIGHTS HEARINGS DRAWS CRITICISM 

MORE TIME FOR PUBLIC HEARING COMMENTS POSSIBLE 

HALKIOTIS, CAREY LEERY OF ZONING TOWNSHIPS 

COMMISSIONERS WANT TO FINISH RURAL STUDY 

BOARD BACKS WATERSHED MEASURES 

ENHANCED 911 MAY HIKE BILLS 

COUNTY OKS FUNDS FOR LIABILITY COVERAGE 

DOT SNUBBED THEM, COUNTY OFFICIALS SAY 

WATERSHED PLAN GETS GROUP NOD 

SEWER PROHIBITION INTACT 

RESOLUTION URGES NUCLEAR TEST BAN 



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5/21/1989 

5/23/1989 

5/24/1989 

5/24/1989 

5/26/1989 

5/28/1989 

5/28/1989 

5/29/1989 

5/30/1989 

6/02/1989 

6/04/1989 

6/07/1989 

6/07/1989 

6/07/1989 

6/08/1989 

6/08/1989 

6/08/1989 

6/09/1989 

6/10/1989 

6/12/1989 

6/12/1989 

6/12/1989 

6/19/1989 

6/22/1989 

6/26/1989 

6/30/1989 

6/30/1989 

7/16/1989 

7/20/1989 

7/20/1989 

7/31/1989 

8/02/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/03/1989 

8/08/1989 

8/09/1989 

8/16/1989 

8/17/1989 

8/17/1989 

8/17/1989 

8/17/1989 

8/18/1989 

8/18/1989 

8/30/1989 

8/31/1989 

9/06/1989 

9/07/1989 

9/07/1989 

9/07/1989 

9/07/1989 

9/13/1989 

9/14/1989 

9/22/1989 

9/22/1989 

10/01/1989 

10/03/1989 B 

10/04/1989 A 

10/07/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/20/1989 

10/21/1989 

11/01/1989 

11/02/1989 

11/07/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/08/1989 

11/12/1989 

11/17/1989 

11/17/1989 

11/23/1989 



1 N L90 
1 N L90 
1 M N M20 



N 

N L90 
M N M20 

N M20 
P N L90 

N S17 

N M20 

E 

N M20 

N 
P N M20 

N 

N 
P N M20 

N M25 

N M20 
P N D38 

N M20 

U 

N C62 

E 

N M25 
P N M20 
P N C62 
P U 
P N M20 

N M20 

N M20 

N 

N M20 

N M20 
P N M20 

N 

N M20 

N M20 

N D38 

N M20 

E 

N M20 

N 

N M20 

N M20 

N M20 



1 P N M20 



N M20 

N C62 

N M20 

N M20 

P N M20 

M N M20 

P N M20 

N C62 

N M20 

P N M20 

N W57 

N M20 

P N S17 

N M20 

N M20 

N M20 

N M20 

N 

N 

P N M20 

P N M25 

N M25 

N 



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COMMISSIONERS SEEK PUBLIC'S ASSISTANCE IN BATTLING POVERTY 
ANGER AT WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS EVIDENT, COUNTY OFFICIALS SAY 
OFFICIALS DEFEND COURTESY CHARGE 

ffiissrags" *frouel3Pfi-e for enhanced 911 SERVICE 

C^lilONER SAYS ^ESSAGE' SENT TO COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

what's the rush, cow i ssi oners? 

county urged to rethink resefvoir „ 

Actions proposal not weeded, say two on board 

CHANGE LIKELY IN PLANS FOR NEW HOPE SCHOOL 
COUNTY APPROVES PHONE EQUIPMENT 
TAX BUILDING BEHIND SCHEDULE 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIOfffK^BUDGET 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., BUDGET 

SCHOOLS SYSTEMS SEEK FUNDS IN DIFFERENT HAYS 
SCHOOLS SYSTEMS SEEK FUNDS IN DIFFERENT WAYS 
C^CaJNTY SCHOOL OFFICIALS STILL AT ODDS 
ORANGE CO. CAPITAL PLAN GETS NOD 
TEACHER GROUPS SUPPORT BUDGET 
HELPING THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVES 

RSffpS FEeTcDJNTY BOARD MEETING 

CttJNTY SOm^FICIALS TO UNVEIL BUDGET REQUESTS 

DROP AMBULANCE FEE FROM BUDGET 

DELAY AMBULANCE FEE. COMMISSIONERS URGED 

COUNTY MIGHT RAISE REC FEES 

AGENCIES TO SEEK BIGGER SHARE 

COUNTY BUDGET GROWS FATTER __..-, 

PARRISH CALLS LINK'S PROPOSAL INADEQUATE 

TAX RATE TO CLIMB 6.5 CENTS IN ORANGE 

KNOWING HEM TO SAY NOTHING 

CITY SCHOOLS TICKLED WITH BIGGER BUDGET 

P^ICTOAIR VIEWS/COMMISSIONERS SEEK BUDGET JgW.^ 

CITIZENS GIVE COMMISSIONERS LITTLE HELP AT BUDGET HEARING 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, CHAIRMAN 
CAREY'S RE-ELECTION EXPECTED 
CAREY RE-ELECTED __., 
CAREY PLEDGES BEST EFFORT 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COmiSSIONERS, ELECTIONS 
^NORTHERN ORANGE OFFICIALS WANT DISTRICT ELECTIONS 

HALKIOTIS SAYS HE'LL RUN FOR RE-ELECTION 

MARSHALL SAYS SHE WON'T RUN AGAIN 

POSSIBLE BOARD CANDIDATES EXPLORING OPTIONS 

RURAL GROUP BLASTS BOARD 

POLITICAL FIELD OPEN— MARSHALL 

POLITICIANS PONDER PRIMARY 

PRIMARY LOOKS 'WIDE OPEN' TO ELECTION HEAD 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, LAWSUITS 

Kffl EU OHl » MILLION OF SUIT 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, NON-COUNTY AGENCIES 
AGENCIES TO SEEK BIGGER SHARE 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. RETREATS 
BOARD RESCHEDULES ANNUAL RETREAT 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, TRAVEL 
JUNKET COSTS COUNTY $6,800 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF EWMTION 

S^CiSo^^'tW SYSTEMS (CORRECTED 1-11-89) 



S I T 
N E ELY 

p D — DATE — C -TO L P 



BYL 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



11/28/1989 
11/29/1989 
11/29/1989 
12/06/1989 
12/06/1989 
12/07/1989 
12/07/1989 
12/15/1989 
12/18/1989 
12/19/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/23/1989 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 



1 
1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



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



H 

CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/08/1989 
1/08/1989 
1/08/1989 
1/19/1989 
4/18/1989 
5/07/1989 
5/31/1989 
5/31/1989 
6/12/1989 
6/12/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/13/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/14/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/16/1989 
6/18/1989 
11/14/1989 
11/18/1989 



CHH 1 12/03/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/06/1989 A 



CHH 1 



CHH 1 4/25/1989 
5/23/1989 
8/24/1989 
9/25/1989 

CHH 1 10/19/1989 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 12/14/1989 



CHH 
CHH 



12/16/1989 
12/10/1989 



N M25 
N M20 
N M20 
N 

N M20 
N M20 
E 

N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N 
N M20 



N M25 
N C62 
N M25 
N M20 
N C62 
E 

N M20 
N H20 
N M25 
E 

N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M25 
N M20 
E 

N M25 
N M20 
N M20 



3 P N M20 
1 P P L38 
3 N 



N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 



CHH 1 4/28/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/29/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/03/1989 A 

CHH 1 6/13/1989 A 

CHH 1 12/20/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/27/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/10/1989 A 



1 N R63 
1 N R63 



1 P N M20 
1 P N M20 
3 N 
1 N M20 



4 E 
1 N M20 



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1/01/1989 - 



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12/31/1989 



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MODEL SCHOOL QUERIES LIKELY AT BOARD MEETING 

COUNTY EDUCATORS TO GATHER FOR INFORMAL WORKSHOP 

BOARD MAY DROP PLANS FOR NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (CORRECTED 2-28-89) 

BREAKFAST TALK FOCUSES ON REDISTRICTING 

CORRECTION 

COMMITTEE WOULD CONSIDER NEW ELEMENTARY DISTRICT LINES 

LUNSFORD EXPLAINS GRADE DECISION 

REDISTRICTING COMMITTEE PLAN ADOPTED 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS, PUBLIC TO DISCUSS ELEMENTARY GRADE RECOMMENDATION 

COUNSELING NEEDS SERIOUS, SCHOOL PRINCIPALS SAY 

BOARD PONDERS PUBLIC CONCERNS ON GRADE ISSUE 

SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSIDER TRANSFER POLICY 

BOARD MAY TIGHTEN FIELD TRIP POLICY 

BOARD LEANS TOWARD K-5 SYSTEM; FATE OF STANBACK MIDDLE SCHOOL DEBATED 

COUNTY NAMES REDISTRICTING COMMITTEE 

SCHOOL BOARD NIXES HOUSE PROPOSAL 

TAX NOT 'IMPACTING' SCHOOL BOARD AGENDA 

SCHOOL BUDGET HAY SEE CHANGES 

SIXTH-GRADERS WILL REMAIN AT STANBACK 

LUNSFORD- FIELDS BUDGET QUESTIONS 

BOARD MIGHT CHANGE CAREER-LADDER APPEALS 

ORANGE CO. BOARD TO CONSIDER DRAFT OF MODEL SCHOOL PROPOSAL 

TEACHERS ASK FOR BIGGER SLICE OF BUDGET PIE 

BOARD RETURNS FIELD TRIP PROPOSAL FOR ANOTHER LOOK 

CONFERENCE EXPENSES OVER $4,680 

1990 OPENING OF NEW SCHOOL FACES DELAY 

COUNTY ASKS SCHOOL SYSTEM TO LEASE LAND FOR COMMUNITY CENTER 

BOARD OF EDUCATION OKS PAY SUPPLEMENTS FOR COUNTY 

LUNSFORD WANTS MORE INFO ON SCHOOL-SIDE PARK 

BOARD TO CONSIDER MODEL SCHOOL AGREEMENT 

SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES MODEL SCHOOL AGREEMENT 

NEW CLASSROOM WING TO MAKE WAY FOR OAK TREE 

SCHOOL LOOKING AT ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM 

BOARD TO CONSIDER GRADUATION CHANGE 

BOARD HEARS SEAT BELT REQUEST 

ADOPTION OF STUDENT-HELPING-STUDENT PROGRAM URGED 

EFLAND-CHEEKS RESIDENTS ASK FOR HELP WITH CENTER 

GREATER ROLE IN HIRING URGED BY MEMBER OF EDUCATION BOARD 

IT'S PUBLIC HEARING, NOT PUBLIC BRAWL 

EDITORIAL UNJUSTIFIED 

SCHOOL BOARD PLANS MORNING GRADUATION 

SCHOOL BOARD PONDERS SEATBELTS 

SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSIDER PSAT PROPOSAL 

SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES PSAT REQUIREMENT 

TEACHERS QUESTION LATE PAYROLL 

BOARD LOOKS TO FUTURE OF SCHOOLS IN ORANGE CO. 

ORANGE CO. BOARD OF EDUCATION TO CONSIDER' BIDS 

TEACHERS TO GIVE VIEWS ON EDUCATION REFORM 

BOARD OKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS BIDS 

SUPERINTENDENT DIDN'T APPOINT COMMITTEES 

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS DISAGREE ON COMMISSIONERS' 'SIGNAL' 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MAY VOTE SOON ON EFLAND PARK REQUEST 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, BUDGET 
EDUCATION BUDGET PLAN TO GO TO VOTE 
SCHOOL BUDGET DEBATE LIKELY TO CONTINUE 
SCHOOL OFFICIALS QUESTION BUDGET 
COUNTY SCHOOL OFFICIALS TO UNVEIL BUDGET REQUESTS 
EDUCATION BOARD LIKELY TO DELAY ACTION ON BUDGET 
ORANGE EDUCATION BOARD OKS PORTION OF BUDGET 
SCHOOL BOARD CUTS $50,000 FROM BUDGET 
LOOKING AFTER THE 'NICKELS AND DIMES' 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, CHAIRMAN 
SINGER RE-ELECTED BOARD CHAIRWOMAN 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, ELECTIONS 
HAVERLAND TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS 



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



2/06/1989 
2/25/1989 
2/26/1989 
2/26/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/06/198? 
3/07/1989 
3/08/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/17/1989 
3/17/1989 
3/29/1989 
3/31/1989 
4/12/1989 
4/14/1989 
4/20/1989 
4/22/1989 
4/22/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/27/1989 
5/01/1989 
5/03/1989 
5/05/1989 
5/11/1989 
5/14/1989 
5/24/1989 
5/29/1989 
6/09/1989 
6/19/1989 
6/21/1989 
6/22/1989 
6/24/1989 
7/10/1989 
7/12/1989 
8/05/1989 
8/10/1989 
8/12/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/07/1989 
9/15/1989 
9/17/1989 
9/25/1989 
9/27/1989 
10/06/1989 
10/23/1989 
11/06/1989 
11/20/1989 
11/25/1989 
12/06/1989 
12/09/1989 
12/24/1989 



5/08/1989 
5/10/1989 
6/07/1989 
6/12/1989 
6/17/1989 
8/16/1989 
8/30/1989 
9/02/1989 



N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N L90 



1 P N M25 



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



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 
N 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N L90 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N C62 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
E 
L 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N H90 
N C62 
N H90 
L 

N M20 
N H90 



N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N T77 
E 



CHH 1 7/12/1989 A 3 P N M25 
CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 1 N H90 



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SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, VOTER REGISTRATION 
ELECTIONS BOARD CERTIFIES RESULTS 
PRIMARY LOOKS 'WIDE OPEN' TO ELECTION HEAD 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH, „, rj _ rT 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY HEALTH BEPT. 
HEALTH BOARD ELECTS OFFICERS 

ORANGE COUNTY CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT 

SEE ALSO COURTS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT 
UNC TAKES MANY LOAN DEFAULTS TO COURT, FEW TO TRIAL 
BINDING BOOKS ARE SET ASIDE AS COURT COMPUTERS WARM UP 
CLERK SAYS SHE'LL SEEK SECOND TERM 

ORANGE COUNTY COMMISSION FOR WOMEN 

5raiBR^ I 0F T igEN^'S EVENTS IN HONOR OF WOr£N. .. 
UOMEN^GHTS OOUreSTRUGGLE WITH WANING INTEREST, EQUALITY DAY.., 
£c OFFICIALS VOTED 'NO' FOR WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE 
SYMPOSIUM TO CONSIDER NEEDS OF WOMEN 
AVOID CHILD-CARE "GUILT", FRIDAY SAYS 

ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY CENTER (PROPCSETJ) 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY RECREATION DEPT. 

^cS SscKYS^fTO LEASE LAND FOR COMJNITY CENTER 
LUNSFORD WANTS MORE INFO ON SCHOOL-SIDE PARK 

ORANGE COUNTY COURTHOUSE (OLD BUILDING) 
SEE ALSO COURTS. ORANGE COUNTY 
COURTHOUSE LANDSCAPING DRAWS IRE 
A LOOK BACK/CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS __ 

A LOOK BACK/FINAL SESSION IN OLD COURTHOUSE 
HISTORIC QUESTIONS 

ORANGE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
SEE ALSO DEMOCRATIC PARTY, N.C 

GARDNER URGES DEMS TO HOP ON GOP TRAIN 
HACKNEY EYES MAVRETIC'S JOB 

CeS^TBeKsIIENTS UNSURE OF BEST METHOD OF.. .REPRESENTATION 
DEMOCRATS SET SIGHTS ON HELMS 
WALKER SAYS HE'LL SEEK 9TH TERM 

CRANGE COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES ,.„„■,, 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, HiMAN SERVICES CENTER 
SOCIAL SERVICES GETS NATIONAL AWARD 

JEJUUEinEUtUB* TO FIGHT CHILD ABUSE 

ADOLESCENT PROGRAM RECEIVES PRAISE 

CHILD ABUSE REPORTS UP 

BUSY ENOUGH NOT TO MISS IT 

20 FOSTER CHILDREN LEFT ON HOLIDAY LIST 

S^&BMSft^ CARE FOR 28 KIDS IN NEED 
EXPERTS SEE RISE IN ABUSE REFERRALS 

GRANGE COUNTY DEPT. ON AGING 
SEE ALSO AGING 
CRANGE CO. CAT TO GET 2 NEW VANS 

85E hISSy'St^c^facility for elkrly 

s^r^Ks SeS^XdSc^&y focus: mm. „ 

CFFICIALSAYS MANY BUY TOO MUCH COVERAGE/SUNDAY FOCUS I THE MEDICARE GAP 
ffiiTS N S^fca^ E RESaJRCES FOR ELDERLY MANY, YET INCOMPLETE 
ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY (ALSO DA FOR CHATHAM COUNTY) 



CHH 1 11/11/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/30/1989 A 



3 N 

1 P N M20 



CHH 1 1/04/1989 A 9 N 



CHH 1 


1/06/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


5/20/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


CHH 1 


L2/14/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


CHH 1 


3/19/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


4/01/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


8/28/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


8/28/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/08/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/11/1989 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


5/24/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


6/09/1989 A 


2 N M25 


CHH 1 


8/16/1989 A 


3 P N D38 


CHH 1 


8/31/1989 A 


7 P P 


CHH 1 


11/16/1989 A 


9 P P 


CHH 1 


12/07/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


2/08/1989 A 


3 P N R63 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


5/28/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


10/22/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


10/22/1989 A 


1 N IBB 


CHH 1 


3/03/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/09/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


3/14/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/24/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


10/15/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


10/15/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


CHH 1 


11/27/1989 A 


3 N S17 


CHH 1 


11/28/1989 A 


8 N S17 


CHH 1 


12/17/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


12/22/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


1/06/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


1/08/1989 A 


2 N M20 


CHH 1 


6/22/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


7/08/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


8/27/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


8/27/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


10/17/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


10/22/1989 A 


3 N W57 



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FOX ADMITS RUMOR OF BID FOR AG POST BEGAN 'IN JEST' 

MAKING SENSE OF LOCAL COURTS 

STACKING UP IN DISTRICT COURT 

THE WAY TO TRIAL-NOST NEVER MAKE IT TO COURT 

ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ASSISTANT 
NEU ASSISTANT DA TO EASE DISTRICT LOAD 
NEW ORANGE ASSISTANT DA IS ON THE JOB 

ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ELECTIONS 
FOX TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

ORANGE COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

DEVELOPMENT GROUP ROLLS UP SLEEVES 

PLANNERS SAY DEVELOPMENT BLUEPRINT IS 'IN A VACUUM' 

CRITICISM OF PLAN PREMATURE, EDC MEMBERS COMPLAIN 

GROWTH STRATEGY NEARING FINISH 

ETC WILL PRESENT 1ST PLAN 

COUNTY PLANNERS LUKEWARM ON DEVELOPMENT BLUEPRINT 

COMMISSIONERS LAUD PROPOSED STRATEGIC PLAN 

COUNTY APPROVES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FLAN 

BLUE CROSS CARRIES IMPACT TAX CONCERNS TO ORANGE CO. EDC 

HILLSBOROUGH LAUDS EDC'S EFFORTS 

WITH AIRPORT GROUNDED, VOLUNTEERS FLYING TO EDC 

WHEN 'NO' IS NOT ENOUGH 

COUNTY DEPARTMENTS GET NATIONAL AWARDS 

DEVELOPMENT PLAN NOT ON TRACK, EDC TOLD 

EDC TACKLES COUNTY ONE STEP AT A TIME/SUNDAY FOCUS! ECONOMIC 

BUILDING SCARCITY DAMPENS INDUSTRY, PRICE SAYS 

BOARD HONORS EDC MEMBERS 

EDC ENDORSES FUNDS FOR CENTER 

CHAMBER GETS FUNDS FROM COUNTY 

OFFICIALS RETHINK INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 'IDEA' 

SEARCH FOR NEW EDC DIRECTOR TO BE STATEWIDE 

ORANGE COUNTY EDUCATION FOUNDATION 
SEE ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, FOUNDATION 

ORANGE COUNTY EMERGENCY DISPATCH CENTER 

SEE ALSO EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (911) 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. 

BUDGET PROVIDES FOR 18 NEW COUNTY POSITIONS 

COUNTY WON'T JOIN ATTACK EXERCISE 

PAPER PRINTS PROPAGANDA 

HUGO LEAVES EMERGENCY PERSONNEL IDLE, HAPPY 

ORANGE COUNTY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY EMERGENCY DISPATCH CENTER 
ENHANCED 911 MAY HIKE BILLS 

ORANGE COUNTY FEDERATION OF TEACHERS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, TEACHERS 
TEACHERS DIFFER ON PAY PLAN OUTCOME 
TEACHERS NOT JUMPING ON CAREER LADDER BANDWAGON 
TEACHERS TO GIVE VIEWS ON EDUCATION REFORM 
TEACHERS OBJECT TO REFORM COMMITTEE SELECTIONS 

ORANGE COUNTY FIRE COMMISSIONER 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY FIRE MARSHAL 
COUNTY PONDERS NEED FOR FIRE COMMISSIONER 
FIRE COMMISSION REPEALED 

ORANGE COUNTY FIRE MARSHAL 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY FIRE COMMISSIONER 
BUDGET PROVIDES FOR 18 NEW COUNTY POSITIONS 

ORANGE COUNTY FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE 



CHH 1 7/25/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 



CHH 1 8/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/22/1989 A 



3 P N H90 
1 C N H90 
1 P N H90 
1 C N H90 



7 P N M20 
3 P N H90 



CHH 1 12/13/1989 A 1 P N H90 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



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

cm i 

DEVELOPMENT CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1/10/1989 
1/14/1989 
1/15/1989 
2/10/1989 
3/12/1989 
3/13/1989 
3/15/1989 
3/23/1989 
4/14/1989 
6/06/1989 
6/09/1989 
6/10/1989 
6/19/1989 
7/14/1989 
7/30/1989 
8/11/1989 
8/17/1989 
9/15/1989 
10/05/1989 
10/14/1989 
12/16/1989 



CHH 1 6/01/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/27/1989 A 

CHH 1 8/03/1989 A 

CHH 1 9/23/1989 A 



CHH 1 8/08/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/21/1989 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/16/1989 A 
1/20/1989 A 



N M20 
N H20 
N M20 
N H90 
N H90 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M25 
N D38 
N L90 
E 
N 

N L90 
N L90 
N H90 
N 
N 
N 

N W57 
N M20 



1 N M20 

3 N M20 

4 L 

1 N C62 



CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 3 N 



3 N C62 

1 P N 

2 N C62 

3 N H90 



1 N M20 
8 N H20 



CHH 1 6/01/1989 A 1 N M20 



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SEE ALSO FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE 
PEDIATRIC PATROL 

ORANGE COUNTY GRAND JURY 

SEE ALSO COURTS, ORANGE TOMY 
HILLSBOROUGH KAN INDICTED FOR SEX ABUSE 
GRAND JURY INDICTS HAN ON SEX CHARGES 
SHOOTING INCIDENT LEADS TO INDICTMENT 
TWO MEN INDICTED IN AREA ROBBERIES 

ORANGE COUNTY HAZARDOUS MATERIALSTEAM 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 
SEF ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, ORANGE COUNTY 
NOXICUS GASFO^SSCKXDLEVACUATICN; SEVEN SENT TO HOSPITAL 
INCLUDE SCHOOLS IN EMERGENCY PLANNING, STATE OFFICIALS bAY 
CAUTIOUS APPROACH 

ORANGE COUNTY HEALTH DEPT, 

VKfu-S^SW COUNTIES HIT BY OUTBREAK 
SHEM3OTT HUNTfESy PATIENTS/SUNDAY FOCUS: SCHOOL NURSES 
NWTH CAROLINA'S PRESCRIPTION! MORE SCHOOL ■ MSB 

taJKKJOVJ^eaMrBkmma at risk 

fficff iS^^T&KrFOcSf^I^THE RESTAURANTS 

'I DON'T INTEND FOR THIS TO BE A PAINFUL EXPERIENCE' 

CROWDING IMPETUS FOR CLINIC (CORRECTION PRINTED 7^5-89) 

WASTE SYSTEM RULES FRAMED, ALTERNATIVE SYSTEMS EYED 

OUCH 1 

HEALTH DEPT. SEEKS SEPTIC INSPECTIONS 

HEALTH DEPT.'S PRIORITIES MISPLACED 

KEEP HIV TESTING ANONYMOUS 

ffiS ggT8S£Si COPD* with hqliny hue 

ORANGS^ISSION SEARCHING FOR DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINTS 
COMMISSION TO HOLD 'HOMOPHOBIA' HEARING 

KncWxUS^RACE RELATIONS IN g^COUNTY 

PUBLIC HEARING CENTERS ON COUNTY RACE RELATIONS _ ttrw „. rTnuT 

FPEACHING EQUALITY; TIM KIMREY IS LEADING ORANGE COUNTY'S UGHT... 

EMPLOYMENT ABUSES NEXT ON AGENDA 

RIGHTS LAW COULD CHILL BUSINESS, PRICE SAYS 
THE TIME IS NOW FOR WOMEN TO ACT/GUEST CCCUMNIST 
MOORE SAYS JOLLY WILL BE 'NATIONAL LANDMARK' CASE 
OFFICIALS' ABSENCE AT RIGHTS HEARINGS DRAUS CRITICISM 
CCWISSICN PUSHES COUNTY CIVIL RIGHTS LAW 

ORANGE COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES CENTER 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, HUMAN SERVICES CENTER 

ORANGE COUNTY INVITATIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT 

KPS^T^ITE IN BEre HOGAN CRAFTS OC-STRCKE LEAD AT OCI 
MCSHERRY HAS LAST LAUGH WITH OCI TITLE 

ORANGE COUNTY JAIL „. T „-.„ „„, 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. 
ELECTRONIC PRISONER MONITORING fTOPpSED 
USER CHARGE URGED FOR ELECTRONIC HOUSE ARREST PROGRAM 
JAIL EXPANSION BIDS AWARDED 
COUNTY REAFFIRMS RENOVATION BIDS 

ORANGE COUNTY JOB SERVICE EMPLOYER COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, ORANGE COUNTY 
JSEC ELECTS NEW LEADERSHIP 

ORANGE COUNTY LANDFILL 



H 2 3/18/1989 B 3 P P M66 



CHH 1 1/06/1989 A 3 N H90 

CHH 1 9/13/1989 A 3 N H90 

CHH 1 11/08/1989 A 3 N H90 

CHH 1 12/14/1989 A 3 N H90 



CHH 1 


1/25/1989 A 


1 P N H90 


CHH 1 


1/25/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/14/1989 A 


1 P P T44 


CHH 1 


1/04/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


3/19/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


3/19/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


4/09/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


5/15/1989 A 


1 P Q S17 


CHH 1 


5/20/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


6/11/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


6/11/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


7/13/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


7/16/1989 A 


1 N L90 


DW 1 


7/19/1989 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 


9/16/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


9/20/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


10/29/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


12/23/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


12/26/1989 A 


3 N 317 


CHH 1 


1/30/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


2/26/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


4/15/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


5/30/1989 A 


3 N S17 


CHH 1 


6/02/1989 A 


3 N S17 


CHH 1 


6/06/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


6/17/1989 A 


3 N S17 


CHH 1 


6/23/1989 A 


1 N 517 


CHH 1 


10/09/1989 A 


4 P U 


CHH 1 


10/18/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


10/20/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


12/31/1989 A 


1 P N H90 



H 2 8/05/1989 B 2 P P T32 
H 2 8/06/1989 C 1 P N C49 
H 2 8/07/1989 B 2 P N C49 



CHH 1 11/20/1989 A 1 N M20 

CHH 1 12/04/1989 A 1 N H90 

aw 1 12/06/1989 A 3 N 

CHH 1 12/22/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 2/18/1989 A 8 N 



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SEE ALSO REGIONAL SOLID WASTE TASK FORCE 
LANDFILL FEES HAY INCREASE 
RECYCLING EFFORT LOOKING GOOD 
TIPPING FEES PROPOSAL TO BE TESTED 
SITE BOUGHT FOR BUMP TOO SMALL, TAYLOR SAYS 
COMMITTEE PROPOSED TO LOCATE LANDFILL SITE 
HARTWELL BLASTS LANDFILL PROF'OSAL 
PROCESS CALLED FLAWED 

ORANGE CO. TO CONSIDER LANDFILL CHOICE PROCEDURE 
STUDY TO CONSIDER REDUCING AREA'S GARBAGE GLUT 
DISPUTE CENTER INPUT URGED FOR LANDFILL 
TOWNSHIPS GIVEN SCANT FOREWARNING OF MEETINGS 
SMALL DETAILS MATTER IN LANDFILL SELECTION 
GARBAGE WON'T GO 'AWAY' 

ORANGE COUNTY LITERACY COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO ILLITERACY 
BIG TOP OPENING IS TODAY 
COMBATTING ILLITERACY: GENTLE PERSUASION ISN'T WORKING 

ORANGE COUNTY MANAGER, ASSISTANT 

'MR. ORANGE COUNTY' REMEMBERED FOR YEARS OF SERVICE 
COUNTY PROMOTES LISTON 

ORANGE COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 
HACKNEY BLASTS MARTIN'S MENTAL HEALTH BUDGETING 
DEATH PENALTY IMMUNITY IS URGED 
CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH FOCUS DURING MONTH 

CHAPEL HILL GROUP OFFERS SUPPORT TO SUFFERERS OF MANIC DEPRESSION 
AN ABUNDANCE OF THERAPISTS/HEALING THE MIND 
'IT'S ALL CONFIDENTIAL '/HEALING THE MIND 
REACHING OUT FOR SUPPORT/HEALING THE MIND 
MENTAL HEALTH CENTER BIDS ON SUCCESS OF 2ND ANNUAL AUCTION 
ASSOCIATION COLLECTS GIFTS 

ORANGE COUNTY PASSENGER SAFETY ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO SEAT BELTS 
SEATBELTS TO BE TESTED ON ORANGE SCHOOLS ACTIVITY BUS 

ORANGE COUNTY PERSONNEL DIRECTOR 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., EMPLOYEES 
ORANGE CO. BULLETIN BOARD HERALDS 12 VACANT POSTS 

ORANGE COUNTY PLANNING BOARD 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., ZONING 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C., ZONING 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., LAND USE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., ZONING 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO PLANNING AREA 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/CHATHAM PLANNING AREA 

COUNTY MULLS COMPROMISE ON DUKE FOREST 

COUNTY, TOWN CLASH OVER BUFFER 

PLANNERS SAY DEVELOPMENT BLUEPRINT IS 'IN A VACUUM' 

CRITICISM OF PLAN PREMATURE, EDC MEMBERS COMPLAIN 

PLANNERS PLAY THE 'CIRCLE GAME' 

PROJECT WOULD BE FIRST RURAL BUFFER TEST 

COMMISSIONERS OPPOSE DUKE FOREST BUFFER; LANDOWNER'S SHOULDN'T HAVE TO... 

UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN DUKE, COUNTY FALLS APART 

DUKE OFFICIAL EXPLAINS HIS OPPOSITION TO FOREST ZONING 

STAFF CRITICIZED ABOUT COUNTY AIRPORT STUDY 

MEETINGS CLASH; PLANNING BOARD JUGGLES SCHEDULE 

COUNTY PLANNERS LUKEWARM ON DEVELOPMENT BLUEFRINT 

THE FIGHT'S NOT OVER; SHARLENE PILKEY TO LEAVE PLANNING BOARD... 

COMMISSIONERS LAUD PROPOSED STRATEGIC PLAN 

PURCHASING SECURITY WITH OUR LIBERTY/ JAMES R, SMTIH 

ORANGE CO. TO DELAY DUKE FOREST VOTE 

UNIVERSITY STATION CLEARS HURDLE 

PLANNERS RECOMMEND AGAINST ENVIRONTEK 

NOISE POLLUTION FEARS COULD STYMIE AIRPORT EFFORT, CONSULTANT SAYS 



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CHH 1 2/17/1989 A 


I N M70 




CHH 1 2/18/1989 A > 


) E 




CHH 1 5/16/1989 A I 


5 N 




CHH 1 5/17/1989 A 


1 N M70 




CHH 1 9/03/1989 A 1 


N C62 




CHH 1 9/07/1989 A ." 


J N M20 




CHH 1 9/07/1989 A ; 


i N C62 


RE 


CHH 1 10/16/1989 A 1 


P N H90 




CHH 1 10/17/1989 A 1 


N M70 




CHH 1 10/25/1989 A C 


! N 




CHH 1 11/22/1989 A 3 


I N M20 




CHH 1 11/25/1989 A ' 


1 E 




CHH 1 12/04/1989 A t 


1 L 






CHH 1 4/18/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 12/10/1989 A 4 P J 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



3/23/1989 A 
5/21/1989 A 



3 N H90 
11 N 



CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



1/29/1989 
1/29/1989 
5/06/1989 
7/11/1989 
8/07/1989 
8/08/1989 
8/09/1989 
12/12/1989 
12/12/1989 



1 P 
3 

3 P 
3 

1 P 
1 P 
1 P 
3 P 
3 



N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
Q S17 
Q S17 
Q S17 
N S17 
N S17 



CHH 1 11/28/1989 A 3 N H90 



CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 3 P N M20 



CHH 1 


1/11/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


1/12/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/14/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/15/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


2/07/1989 A 


4 U 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


3/01/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


3/01/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/02/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/11/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


3/13/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/13/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


3/15/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


3/27/1989 A 


4 U 


CHH 1 


4/04/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


4/06/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


1 P N M20 



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HILLSBOROUGH FORGOES APRIL PLANNING MEETING 
PLANNING BOARD OBJECTS TO COMMISSIONERS' SNUB 
RURAL AREAS LACK REPRESENTATION/ JAKES R. SMITH 
PLANNERS ASK DELAY OF RESERVOIR DECISION 
PLANNING BOARD BUCKS COMMISSIONERS 
JOINT PLANNING ISSUE TO GET HEARING „„__ 
BOARDS DEBATE SCOPE OF JOINT PLANNING AGREEMENT 
QUARRY HOPES CRUSHED „ mMmm rw , T 

CANTRELL ELECTED TO PLANNING BOARD POST 
CLARIFICATION _ Arir , 

BURKLIN APFOINTED TO PLANNING BOARD 
COUNTY DEPARTMENTS GET NATIONAL AWARDS 

MftSBS ffi Kon^S^Kriticizes owasa 

$« S'Mlftffii^T HUh'S... CCOR*ECTED 7-20-89) 

PLANNING BOARD HAD NO CHOICE , m « mmm 

MCLENNAN'S FARM AGAIN FOCUS OF PUBLIC HEARING 
COUNTY TO REVISE DUKE FOREST PLAN 
RURAL FAMILY GETS THE BUREAUCRATIC RUNAROUND 
COUNTY PONDERS SIMPLER PROCESS 

VlBl^^^T^™ DEPARTMENT INDICATES 
PLANNING DEPARTMENT CONSIDERS CHANGES 
BUREAUCRATIC NIGHTMARE 

^TER^D^ILBif^ORATORIUM GETS OK FROM [PLANNERS 

GIVE DEMOCRACY A CHANCE TO WORK ON WATERSHED ISSUE 

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT POLICY UNDER FIRE 

PLANNING BOARDS READY TO CONSIDER JOINT PLANNING TURF 

1-40 STANDS BETWEEN HILLSBOROUGH, COUNTY 

LITTLE RIVER. CEDAR GROVE ZONING EYED 

S^^^M^L^STRICTIONS IN WATERSHED 

BOARD EXTENDS GROWTH BOUNDS _„„.„ wmBBm _ 

MORE TIME FOR PUBLIC HEARING COMMENTS POSSIBLE 

SUGGESTION MUDDIES THE WATERS 

BACK TO THE LAND _ rmw 

PLANNERS RAPPED FOR TYPING ERRORS „___ 

TOWNSHIPS GIVEN SCANT FOREWARNING OF MEETINGS 

COUm TO TACKLE WATERSHED, AFFORDABLE HOUSING LINKAGE 

CWISSIONERSVOICE IMPATIENCE WITH RURAL CHARACTER COMMITTEE 

WATERSHED ACTIONS POSTPONED 

ORANGE COUNTY PRISON UNIT 

SUSPECT IN RAPE GETS 40 YEARS n ^ rnrT ^ 
TWO ESCAPEES STILL ELUDING AREA OFFICERS 

^^^^J^^^l* P*" PLEASE 

°^Ovff BaT^T'sTRIIE AT LOCAL LIEKARY 
LIBRARY GETS LECTURE GRANT 

^coKK Sf&gional «h> sites by September 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT ENTERS NEW HEADQUARTERS 

ORANGE COUNTY RAPE CRISIS CENTER (FORMERLY CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO RAPE...) 
SEE ALSO DURHAM RAfE CRISIS CENTER 
SEE ALSO RAPE, ORANGE COUNTY 

RAPE. ABUSE REPORTS UP 14 PERCENT 

CENTER REACHING OUT TO MALE RAPE VICTIMS 

RAPE CRISIS WANTS MEMBERS _ „^™, CAV 

BNHft VmJEBVbm. ASSAULTS 

A^IME raL& W K I ixUArSLTS SEEN AS EXPRESSION OF FCWER 
TW^ YEARS LATER, THE SCARS ARE STILL THERE, SUNDAY FOCUS/RAPE 
RAPE CENTER TO SPONSOR SUPPORT GROUPS IN FALL 



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CHH 1 


4/08/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


4/17/1989 A 


4 U 


CHH 1 


4/18/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


4/19/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


4/22/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


5/17/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


5/19/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


5/24/1989 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/19/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/21/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


7/16/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


7/20/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


7/31/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


8/02/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


9/09/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


9/09/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


9/11/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


9/15/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


9/15/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


9/15/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


9/18/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


9/20/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


9/21/1989 A 


4 P U 


CHH 1 


10/03/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


10/05/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


10/07/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


10/12/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


10/13/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


10/18/1989 A 


1 N K20 


CHH 1 


10/19/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


10/21/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


10/21/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


10/30/1989 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


11/08/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/22/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


11/27/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


12/06/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


12/20/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


2/14/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


5/16/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


6/10/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


6/28/1989 A 


3 P N H90 


CHH 1 


7/09/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


11/07/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


6/08/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


8/25/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


1/10/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


2/06/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


2/19/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/29/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


6/13/1989 A 


1 C N S17 


CHH 1 


6/13/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


6/18/1989 A 


1 D N S17 


CHH 1 


6/18/1989 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


8/13/1989 A 


2 N 



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RAPE NO LONGER VIEWED AS 'DOZEN'S PROBLEM' 

RAPE SEX CRIhE ALSO, SAYS EXPERT 

SCHULTZ GETS SERVICE AWARD 

CRISIS CENTER TO HOLD AUCTION 

DIFFICULTIES OVERSHADOW GOOD CHEER OF ANNUAL RAPE CENTER SILENT AUCTION 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



ORANGE COUNTY RECREATION DEPT. 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY CENTER (PROPOSED) 
TASK FORCE PROPOSED AS CRUISING SOLUTION CHH 1 

BILL WOULD BOLSTER OUTREACH PROGRAM TAKING RECREATION TO AREA REST HOMES CHH 1 
COUNTY MIGHT RAISE REC FEES CHH 1 



9/11/1989 A 

9/15/1989 A 

11/10/1989 A 

11/22/1989 A 

12/10/1989 A 



2/09/1989 A 
3/04/1989 A 
6/13/1989 A 



ORANGE COUNTY REPORT TO THE PEOPLE 

ORANGE COUNTY REPORT TO THE PEOPLE 

ORANGE COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY 

SEE REPUBLICAN PARTY, ORANGE COUNTY 

ORANGE COUNTY RESCUE SQUAD 

SEE ALSO AMBULANCE SERVICE, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO SOUTH ORANGE RESCUE SQUAD 

PLANE CRASH RESCUE! (TAKE 2) 

RESCUERS VOICE CONCERNS OVER AMBULANCE CHARGE 

RESCUE VOLUNTEERS PROTEST FEE AT COUNTY BOARD MEETING 

RESCUE UNITS NOW COLLECTING 'TAXI' CHARGES 

ORANGE COUNTY RURAL CHARACTER COMMITTEE 

COMMISSIONER TELLS RURAL GROUP TO STOP DEBATE, START STUDY 

STUDY TO PRESERVE PARTS OF RURAL ORANGE 

KENDIG'S REPORT SAYS COUNTY'S RURAL ATTITUDES ARE NOT UNUSUAL 

150 ATTEND RURAL STUDY FORUMS THIS WEEK 

KENDIG'S SURPRISE NO SURPRISE 

CHAPEL HILL FACES TOUGH CHOICES 

COUNTY OFFICIALS PUT DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS LEGISLATION ON HOLD 

SOME FARMERS WANT NO PART OF RURAL STUDY 

PRESERVING WHAT FOR WHOM? 

RURAL CHARACTER STUDY GROUP SAYS PUBLIC NEEDS MORE INFORMATION 

THE (SCENIC) ROAD TO RUN/JAMES R. SMITH 

RURAL AREAS LACK REPRESENTATION/ JAMES R. SMITH 

PLANNERS MAKE PITCH FOR STUDY 

RURAL PRESERVATION STUDY GROUP TO TAKE CASE TO PUBLIC 

KENDIG EXPECTED TO SUGGEST ZONING OF TWO AREA TOWNSHIPS 

FARMERS GET FEISTY AT RURAL CHARACTER STUDY fCETING 

CONSULTANT TO LEAD MEETINGS 

EFLAND RESIDENTS SHY AT RURAL CHARACTER SESSION 

RURAL STUDY WILL TAKE MORE TIME 

CITY-COUNTY TENSIONS STILL SPLIT ORANGE CO. (CORRECTION PRINTED 5-31-89) 

CENTRAL, NORTHERN RESIDENTS UNSURE OF PEST METHOD OF... REPRESENTATION 

STABILITY, NOT STUDY, IS KEY TO LOCAL ECONOMY/ JAMES R. SMITH 

'CHARACTER' MEETING POSTPONED 

CONSULTANT WARNS RURAL ORANGE CO. ENDANGERED 

THE GREAT FLAW OF 'WHAT IF' STUDIES/GUEST COLUMNIST 

CONSULTANT SEEKING 'SUFFICIENT GUIDANCE' ON RURAL STRATEGIES 

LET TOWNSHIPS DECIDE TDR QUESTION 

LITTLE RIVER, CEDAR GROVE ZONING EYED 

KENDIG SAYS LINK WATER, RURAL EFFORT 

RURAL GROUP WOULD ZONE TOWNSHIPS 

HALKIOTIS, CAREY LEERY OF ZONING TOWNSHIPS 

COMMISSIONERS WANT TO FINISH RURAL STUDY 

RURAL CHARACTER COMMITTEE STILL PIECING PUZZLE 

RECOMMENDATIONS ON RURAL BUFFER EXPECTED FROM COMMITTEE NOV. 28 

TEER OFFICIALS LOOK FOR HELP FROM STUDY 

GROUP POSTPONES RURAL BUFFER DECISIONS 

COMMISSIONERS VOICE IMPATIENCE WITH RURAL CHARACTER COMMITTEE 

WHAT'S THE RUSH, COMMISSIONERS? 

RURAL COMMITTEE HEAD PONDERS RESIGNING CHAIRMAN'S POSITION 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL 
CAN WE BLAME THE PARENTS? 



CHH 1 5/14/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/20/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/31/1989 A 

CHH 1 7/03/1989 A 



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1/05/1989 

1/20/1989 

1/25/1989 

1/26/1989 

1/26/1989 

1/30/1989 

2/28/1989 

3/22/1989 

3/23/1989 

4/05/1989 

4/10/1989 

4/17/1989 

4/19/1989 

4/24/1989 

4/24/1989 

4/27/1989 

5/09/1989 

5/17/1989 

5/25/1989 

5/28/1989 

5/28/1989 

6/19/1989 

6/25/1989 

9/02/1989 

10/02/1989 

10/10/1989 

10/11/1989 

10/12/1989 

10/13/1989 

10/21/1989 

11/01/1989 

11/02/1989 

11/05/1989 

11/20/1989 

11/24/1989 

11/30/1989 

12/06/1989 

12/07/1989 

12/17/1989 



1 P G 
3 N S17 
3 N 
3 N 
3 P N D38 



3 N R63 
3 P N M20 
1 P N M20 



H 2 4/02/1989 G 1 F 



3 P N C62 
3 N M20 
1 N M20 
3 N M20 



N M20 
L 

N M20 
N L90 
E 
E 
N M20 



1 P N M20 



E 

N M20 
U 
U 
N 

N M20 
N ICO 
N M20 
N 

N M20 
N D38 
N M20 
N M20 
U 
N 

N D38 
U 

N M20 
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N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
E 
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SUBJECTS 



MARTHA BROWN NAKED OUTSTANDING TEACHER 

^%^^^SFo*K TO 'UK PROUD' 

PRINCIPAL! TRADITIONAL DIFFERENCES ARE RECEDING 

SCHOOLS SEEK MORE TEACHERS WHO ARE HALE _^ 

AIBPTION OF STUDENT-HELPING-STUIENT PROGRAM URGED c ralT rc 

LUNSFOfS HCfEFUL NSJ HOPE SCHOOL UILL GET COUNTY WATER, SEVER SERVICE 

BOARD LOOKS TO FUTURE OF SCHOOLS IN ORANGE CO. 

BID LAW COULD COST SCHOOL MORE HONEY 

N.C. SUPERINTENDENT TO VISIT AREA SCHOOLS _^ 

ETBERnSSE PRAISES StHOOLSFOR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT 

SEATEELTS TO BE TESTED ON ORANGE SCHOOLS ACTIVITY BUS 

TEACHERS SHOULD GET LONGEVITY CHECKS TODAY 

SUPERINTENDENT DIDN'T APPOINT COMMITTEES 

rowiSSIONER SAYS 'MESSAGE' SENT TO COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD „ „ 

HILLSBORO^ TO r^DER^TER SERVICE REQUEST FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, ADMINISTRATION 
^BOARD NAMES HOWELL INSTRUCTION DIRECTOR 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, ANNUAL TESTING ^PROGFAM 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, COMPETENCY TESTS 
ORANGE CO. TESTING REPORT A HIXEDBAG 
SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES PSAT REQUIREMENT _„.,.«. 

COJNTY STTJfrENTS MEET 90% OF STATE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, ARTS PROGRAM 
STUDENTS ADVANCE IN ART CONTEST 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, ASBESTOS 
SEE ALSO ASBESTOS m . mmmwms 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., ASBESTOS 
SCHOOL SYSTEMS MEET ASBESTOS DEADLINE 

g^Fcf fM^ExIId i850,000, SCTCCL OFFICIALS SAY 
SCHOOLS' ASBESTOS REMOVAL COMPLETE 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, BOND ISSUE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., BOND ISSUES 
LUNSFORD EXPLAINS GRADE DECISION 

""! KS» OF FICTION, BUDGET 
SCHOOLS SYSTEMS SEEK FUNDS IN DIFFERENT WAYS 
SCHOOLS SYSTEMS SEEK FUNDS IN DIFFERENT WAYS 
CmTCOUNTY SCHOOL OFFICIALS STILL AT ODK 
COUNTY EDUCATORS TO GATHER FOR INFORMS. WORKSHOP 
ORANGE SCHOOLS' BUDGET REQUESTS HIT $2.6 MILLION 
TFACHERSBOCST BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM IN TV E>COUNTER 
LUNS^'SSCHOOL BUDGET H.UEPRINT REQUESTS MORE LOCAL FUNIS 
SCHOOL BUDGET MAY SEE CHANGES _ 

SIXTH-GRADERS UILL REMAIN AT STANBACK 
LUNSFORD FIELDS BUDGET QUESTIONS mpinr _ 

sdoglofficial: federal aid vital to kandicapfed 

PTAFORUM TO ADDRESS EQUAL FUNDS FOR SCHOOLS 
TEACHERS ASK FOR BIGGER SLICE OF BUDGET PIE 

^8^$Jffit"$&$fe SSS^Pgr sam systems 

HELPING THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVES mmmmm 

HARTWELL MAKES OFFER ON EQUAL SCHOOL FUNDING 

EDUCATION BUDGET PLAN TOGO TO VOTE 

SCHOOL BUDGET DEBATE LIKELY TO CONTINUE 

BOARD ARGUES ABOUT SCHOOL FUNDING 

VOTERS WOULD DECIDE SCHOOL TAX 

VOTERS UOULD DECIDE SCHOOL TAX 

BUDGET WORRIES SCHOOL OFFICIALS 

BUDGET WORRIES SCHOOL OFFICIALS 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS QUESTION BUDGET 

CCWTY SCHOOL OFFICIALS TO UNVEIL BUDGET REQUESTS 

SINGER URGES MORE FUNDING 



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— DATE- 

4/18/1989 
4/27/1989 
5/01/1989 
6/04/1989 
7/05/1989 
8/05/1989 
9/16/1989 
10/23/1989 
11/11/1989 
11/12/198? 
11/15/198? 
11/28/1989 
12/06/198? 
12/06/1989 
12/07/1989 
12/13/1989 



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N M25 
N M25 
N C62 
N M25 
N M20 
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N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
N H90 
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N M20 
N U57 



CHH 1 8/18/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 8/20/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/04/1989 A 



1 N M25 
3 P N 
3 N H90 



CHH 1 4/19/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 3/27/1989 A 1 N C62 

CHH 1 6/15/1989 A 3 P N «20 

CHH 1 6/15/198? A 3 N KB 

CHH 1 8/06/1989 A 1 N M25 



CHH 1 3/07/1989 A 1 N M25 



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

1/08/1989 A 

1/08/1989 A 

2/25/1989 A 

3/26/198? A 

3/26/1989 A 

4/18/1989 A 

4/22/198? A 

4/26/1989 A 

4/26/1989 A 

5/01/198? 

5/02/198? 

5/03/1989 

5/04/1989 

5/05/1989 

5/07/198? 

5/08/1989 

5/08/198? 

5/10/1989 

5/31/1989 

5/31/1989 

5/31/1989 

6/01/1989 

6/01/1989 

6/07/1989 

6/12/198? 

6/15/198? 



N M25 

N C62 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N C62 
N K25 
N M25 
N HZ 
N H25 
N M25 
N C62 
N .125 
N C62 
N C62 
E 

N M20 
N M25 
N M25 
N M20 
N C62 
N M25 
N C62 
N M25 
N M25 
N K25 
N M25 



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1/01/1989 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



EDUCATION BOARD LIKELY TO DELAY ACTION ON BUDGET 

CITY SCHOOLS TICKLED WITH BIGGER BUDGET 

COUNTY EDUCATORS LIKE LOCAL OPTION MERIT-PAY PROPOSAL 

ASSISTANTS FOR TEACHERS BOARD'S FOCUS 

SCHOOL BOARD CUTS *50,000 FROM BUDGET 

LOOKING AFTER THE 'NICKELS AND DIMES' 

IMPROVEMENTS PLAN REVIEW AT TOP OF SCHOOL BOARD AGENDA 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, BUSES 

BRONCO-BUSTING DRIVERS COMPETE IN BUS RODEO 
SCHOOL BOARD PONDERS SEATBELTS 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, CALENDAR AND SCHEDULE 
FINAL PREPARATIONS 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, COACHES 

COACHES MAY GET HIGHER STIPEND 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, COMPETENCY TESTS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, ANNUAL TESTING PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL, COMPETENCY TESTS 
ORANGE CO. TESTING REPORT A MIXED BAG 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, COMPUTERS 

PARENTS TEAM UITH TEACHERS TO HELP 'AT RISK' STUDENTS 
PAYROLL PROBLEMS STILL PLAGUE COUNTY SCHOOLS 
COMPUTER MAKES DITTO OUT-OF-DATE AT CENTRAL 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, CONSTRUCTION 

SCHOOLS SYSTEMS SEEK FUNDS IN DIFFERENT WAYS 

SCHOOLS SYSTEMS SEEK FUNDS IN DIFFERENT WAYS 

CITY, COUNTY SCHOOL OFFICIALS STILL AT ODDS 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS: CONFLICTS WON'T DIVIDE SYSTEMS (CORRECTED 1-11-89) 

MODEL SCHOOL QUERIES LIKELY AT BOARD MEETING 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS CHANGE TUNE ON STANBACK 

LUNSFORD'S SCHOOL BUDGET BLUEPRINT REQUESTS MORE LOCAL FUNDS 

IMPACT TAX ABOUT-FACE IRKS CATES 

SEWER SYSTEM SNAGS PLANS FOR NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

SECLUSION OF SITE CONCERNS PARENTS 

1990 OPENING OF NEW SCHOOL FACES DELAY 

SCHOOLS FACE POPULATION GROWTH 

NEW CLASSROOM WING TO MAKE WAY FOR OAK TREE 

SCHOOL LOOKING AT ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM 

REDESIGN DELAYS 2 SCHOOL PROJECTS 

ORANGE CO. BOARD OF EDUCATION TO CONSIDER BIDS 

IMPROVEMENTS PLAN REVIEW AT TOP OF SCHOOL BOARD AGENDA 

BOARD OKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS BIDS 

COMMISSIONER SAYS 'MESSAGE' SENT TO COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS DISAGREE ON COMMISSIONERS' 'SIGNAL' 

BOARD APPROVES NEW HOPE EXPANSION 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MAY VOTE SOON ON EFLAND PARK REQUEST 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, CORPORAL PUNISHMENT 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., CORPORAL PUNISHMENT 
AREA SCHOOLS REFLECT PUNISHMENT DEBATE 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, COUNSELORS 

COUNSELING NEEDS SERIOUS, SCHOOL PRINCIPALS SAY 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, CURRICULUM 

SCHOOL STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT COMPUTERS, FABRIC ART, SHARKS 
TWELVE TEACHERS PLAN SPECIAL PROJECTS 
SCHOOLS CONSIDER REFORM AGENDA 
SCHOOLS CONSIDER REFORM AGENDA 
SENTIMENTS DIFFER ON REFORM fWCESS 



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6/17/1989 
6/18/1989 
7/09/1989 
8/28/1989 
8/30/1989 
9/02/1989 
11/19/1989 



N M25 
N M25 
N C62 
N T77 
N T77 
E 
N C62 



CHH 
CHH 



1 5/01/1989 A 
1 9/17/1989 A 



CHH 1 8/23/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/03/1989 A 



3 P N M25 
3 N 



3 P P L38 
3 N 



CHH 1 8/20/1989 A 1 N M25 



CHH 1 1/16/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/09/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 



2 N M25 

3 N H90 
3 N H90 



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 



1/08/1989 

1/08/1989 

1/08/1989 

1/10/1989 

2/06/1989 

3/03/1939 

4/18/1989 

4/20/1989 

5/08/1989 

5/08/1989 

5/14/1989 

6/16/1989 

6/22/1989 

6/24/1989 

10/14/1989 

11/06/1989 

11/19/1989 

11/25/1989 

12/07/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/21/1989 

12/24/1989 



N M25 
N C62 
N M25 
N M20 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M20 
N 
N 

N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N 

N H90 
N C62 
N H90 
N M20 
N M20 
N 
N H90 



CHH 1 3/14/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/17/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/05/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/31/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/30/1989 A 



ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, DROPOUTS 

TASK FORCE TO CONSIDER RECOMMENDATIONS FOR LDWERIiffi ORANGE CO. DROPOUT.. CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 

DROPOUT REPORT TO BE CONSIDERED CHH 1 3/03/1989 A 

COMMITTEE WOULD CONSIDER NEW ELEMENTARY DISTRICT LINES CHH 1 3/06/1989 A 



1 N C62 
1 P N M25 



3 P N M25 
3 N M25 
3 N U57 
3 N H90 
3 N C62 



2 N M25 

3 N 

1 N M25 



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12/31/1989 



Y SUBJECTS 



DROPOUT RATE FALLS 3X AT ORANGE HIGH (CORRECTION PRINTED 8-15-89) 
KEEPING THEM IN SCHOOL 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, DRUG ABUSE _ 
AREA SCHOOLS REFLECT U.S. DRUG FtfOBLEMS 
PARENTS' VIEWS, ATTITUDES CALLED PREVENTION KEY 
THEDARE IS TO SAY 'NO'; FULL-TIME OFFICER FIGHTING ABUSE... 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, EMPLOYEES 

EDUCATOR NAMED ADMINISTRATOR OF YEAR ^ APin 

GRATER ROLE IN HIRING URGED BY MEMBER OF EDUCATION BOARD 
BOARD OKS NEW 'CLASSIFIED' EMPLOYEE PAY PLAN 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, ENROLLMENT 
SCHOOLS FACE POPULATION GROWTH 
TRIANGLE WILL LEAD N.C. PUPIL GROWTH 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, FIELD TRIPS 

BOARD MAY TIGHTEN FIELD TRIP POLICY 

BOARD RETURNS FIELD TRIP PROPOSAL FOR ANOTHER LOOK 

""g SLSMaTfcJaaBB'puuc SCHOOL foundation 

ABC"! OfaJCCESS^ILLSBOROUGH SMALL-BUSINESS OWNER JOINS IN EFFORT... 
TWELVE TEACHERS PLAN SPECIAL PROJECTS 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, GOALS^ANDPLANNING 
BREAKFAST TALK FOCUSES ON REDISTRICTING 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, HEALTH PROGRAM 

THE WORD ON MEASLES: 'KNOCK ON WOOD' 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, IMMUNIZATION 

OFFICIALS PUT OUT WORD ON IMMUNIZATIONS 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, LUNCH PROGRAM 

COUNTY NUTRITION DIRECTOR SET TO RETIRE 

°^oWY S r L M D Fri KI^ARY SCHOOL (CORRECTED 2-28-89, 
CjORRTCTIQN 

LUNSFORD EXPLAINS. GRADE DECISION 
SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSIDER TRANSFER POLICY 

TRAFFIC, SAFETY CONCERN NEIGHBORS OF SCHOOL SITE iml _ 

BOARD LEANS TOWARD K-5 SYSTEM; FATE OF STANBACK MIDDLE SCHOOL DEBATED 
COUNTY NAMES REDISTRICTING COMMITTEE 
SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES MODEL SCHOOL AGREEMENT 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, MODEL SCHOOL PjTOGRAM 

MODEL SCHOOL QUERIES LIKELY AT BOARD MEETING 

BOARD MAYDROP PLANS FOR NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (CORRECTED 2-28-89) 

BRIDGES' MOVE MAY NOT AFFECT SCHOOL 

BRIDGES 1 ?!] CONTINUE EFFORTS FOR REGIONAL IttDEL , SCWOL^ 
ORANGE CO. BOARD TO CONSIDER DRAFT OF MODEL SCHOOL PROPOSAL 
BOARD TO CONSIDER MODEL SCHOOL AGREEMENT 

HiflNWUK KfoR MORE THAN MEANDERING CREEK 
^SM^TH Ks'K^AT RISK' 



STUDENTS 



ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, RADON 
<TT Al <tTI RATVW 
PRDFBSDRTHINKS RADON NOT A THREAT TO ORANGE COUNTY'S SCHOOLS 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, REDISTRICTING 

BREAKFAST TALK FOCUSES ON REDISTRICTING „„„„ , TU _ 
COMMITTEE WOULD CONSIDER NEW ELEMENTARY DISTRICT LINES 
REDISTRICTING COMMITTEE PLAN ADOPTED 



D — DATE- 



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CHH 1 12/11/1989 A 



CHH 1 1/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/22/1989 A 
CHH 1 1/22/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/31/1989 A 
CHH 1 8/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 12/11/1989 A 



3 N M25 
3 P N H90 



C N C62 

N C62 

P N M25 



CHH 1 
S 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



6/16/1989 A 
9/05/1989 A 



3/31/1989 A 
5/05/1989 A 



CHH 1 5/29/1989 A 
CHH 1 5/31/1989 A 



3 N 

3 P N M25 
2 N H90 



3 N M25 
1 C N S92 



3 N M25 
3 N M25 



3 P N M25 
3 N M25 



CHH 1 2/26/1989 A 3 N M25 

CHH 1 1/25/1989 A 3 N M25 

CHH 1 2/10/1989 A 9 N M25 

CHH 1 3/05/1989 A 3 P N M25 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

H 2 

H 2 



2/26/1989 A 
2/28/1989 A 
3/07/1989 A 
3/29/1989 A 
4/09/1989 A 
4/12/1989 A 
4/14/1989 A 
6/21/1989 A 



P N M25 
N 

N M25 
N M25 
N M20 
N M25 
N M25 



3 P N M25 



2/06/1989 
2/26/1939 
2/26/1989 
2/28/1989 
3/01/1989 
5/01/1989 
6/19/1989 
8/04/1989 B 
11/16/1989 C 



2 

3 

11 

2 

3 
1 
2 

8 
8 



N M25 
N M25 
N 
N 

N M25 
N M25 
N L90 
N 
N K65 



CHH 1 1/16/1989 A 2 N M25 



CHH 1 4/22/1989 A 1 N C62 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/26/1989 A 
3/06/1989 A 
3/08/1989 A 



3 N M25 
1 N M25 
3 N M25 



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SCHOOL OFFICIALS, PUBLIC TO DISCUSS ELEMENTARY GRADE RECOMMENDATION 
BOARD PONDERS PUBLIC CONCERNS ON GRADE ISSUE 
COUNTY NAMES REDISRICTING COMMITTEE 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 
SCHOOL OFFICIAL: FEDERAL AID VITAL TO HANDICAPPED 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, SUMMER PROGRAMS 

SUMMER SCHOOL/FOR AREA PRINCIPALS, SUMMER IS NOT A TIME FOR VACATIONS 
R2-D2 GOES TO SCHOOL 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, SUPPLEMENTAL SCHOOL TAX 
TEACHER GROUPS SUPPORT BUDGET 
TEACHERS ASK FOR BIGGER SLICE Of BUDGET PIE 
HARTHELL MAKES OFFER ON EQUAL SCHOOL FUNDING 
BOARD OF EDUCATION OKS PAY SUPPLEMENTS FOR COUNTY 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, TEACHERS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY FEDERATION OF TEACHERS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 

SCHOOL OFFICIAL CONTRADICTS RECENT SURVEY 

STATE EDUCATION SURVEY 'BIASED,' LEADER SAYS 

TEACHERS' RESTRAINT ADMIRABLE 

T-DAY; FEW LOCAL TEACHERS JOIN MARCH 

LEARNING FROM THE LADDER/SUNDAY FOCUS: TEACHERS' MERIT RAISES 

BUT IS THE EVALUATION PROCESS PASSING?/FOCUS: TEACHERS* MERIT RAISES 

EDUCATION FAIR RESULTS IN FUN FOR STUDENTS, PRAISE FOR CAREER LADDER... 

CITY TEACHERS DISCUSS WISH LIST UITH ORANGE COUNTY LEGISLATORS 

TEACHER RECEIVES REGIONAL HONOR 

MARTHA BROWN NAMED OUTSTANDING TEACHER 

BOARD MIGHT CHANGE CAREER-LADDER APPEALS 

TEACHERS ASK FOR BIGGER SLICE OF BUDGET PIE 

ORANGE COUNTY TEACHERS SPLIT ON LADDER PROGRAM 

TWELVE TEACHERS PLAN SPECIAL PROJECTS 

LOCAL TEACHERS JOIN 7,000 CALLING FOR PAY INCREASES 

TEACHER OF THE YEAR 

SCHOOLS SEEK MORE TEACHERS WHO ARE MALE 

GREATER ROLE IN HIRING URGED BY MEMBER OF EDUCATION BOARD 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, TEACHERS, SALARIES 
COACHES MAY GET HIGHER STIPEND 
TEACHERS DISCUSS CONCERNS WITH REPRESENTATIVES 
BOARD OF EDUCATION OKS PAY SUPPLEMENTS FOR COUNTY 
SINGER URGES MORE FUNDING 

COUNTY EDUCATORS LIKE LOCAL OPTION MERIT-PAY PROPOSAL 
TEACHERS QUESTION LATE PAYROLL 
PAYROLL PROBLEMS STILL PLAGUE COUNTY SCHOOLS 
TEACHERS TO GIVE VIEWS ON EDUCATION REFORM 
TEACHERS OBJECT TO REFORM COMMITTEE SELECTIONS 
TEACHERS SHOULD GET LONGEVITY CHECKS TODAY 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, TEACHER'S AIDES 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., TEACHERS' AIDES 
ASSISTANTS FOR TEACHERS BOARD'S FOCUS 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, TRANSFERS 

SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSIDER TRANSFER POLICY 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 
VOCATIONAL STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS 

ORANGE COUNTY SENIOR GAMES 
SEE ALSO SENIOR GAMES 
GIVING IT HER BEST SHOT 

PITCHING POINTERS; EXPERT TOSSES OUT SOME TIPS (CORRECTED 3-21-89) 
BOARD DESIGNATES SENIOR GAMES DAYS 
GOLDEN YEARS, GOLDEN GAMES 



S I T 

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P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



CHH 1 3/13/1989 A 
CHH 1 3/17/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/14/1989 A 



1 P N L90 

3 N M25 

10 N M25 



CHH 1 5/01/1989 A 3 N M25 



CHH 1 6/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/23/1989 A 



CHH 1 4/18/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/03/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/08/1989 A 

CHH 1 5/29/1989 A 



3 P N M25 
3 P N M25 



1 N C62 
3 N M25 
1 P N M20 
3 N M25 



CHH 1 


1/16/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


1/24/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


2/08/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


2/19/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


2/19/1989 A 


1 


N M25 


CHH 1 


3/12/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 


3/18/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


3/31/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


4/18/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


4/27/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


5/03/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


5/16/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


5/31/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


6/17/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


6/27/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


7/05/1989 A 


1 C N C62 


CHH 1 


8/12/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


3/03/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


3/22/1989 A 


9 


N M25 


CHH 1 


5/29/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


6/15/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


7/09/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


10/06/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


11/09/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 


11/20/1989 A 


2 


N C62 


CHH 1 


11/21/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 


12/06/1989 A 


3 


N H90 


CHH 1 


8/28/1989 A 


3 


N T77 


CHH 1 


3/29/1989 A 


3 


N M25 


CHH 1 


5/25/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


2/16/1989 A 


6 P P L38 


CHH 1 


3/20/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


4/07/1989 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


4/30/1989 A 


3 P N L90 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJE 



SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY EMERGENCY DISPATCH CENTER 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY JAIL 

DRUG BUST REACHES SUCCESSFUL END 

MAJOR CRIMES FALL FOR COUNTY IN '88 

LAW OFFICERS FACE COMMUNICATION GAP 

WEEKEND HOUSE FIRE MAY HAVE BEEN SET 

AUCTION. BOOK SALE SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY 

A LOOK BACK/INTOXICATING EXPLOSION 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT OFFICER IS RUDE „___ 

EARLY "WAKE-UP CALLS" NAB DRUG SUSPECTS/48 ARRESTED „««.«. 

EARLY "WAKE-UP CALLS" NAB DRUG SUSFECTS/FIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. 

UNC POLICE SAY RESOURCES PREVENTED HELPING IN DRUG SWEEP 

ELECTRONIC PRISONER MONITORING APPROVED r „,„^ u 

USER CHARGE URGED FOR ELECTRONIC HOUSE ARREST PROGRAM 

FOX POLLS D.A.S ACROSS U.S. ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

PENDERGRASS DEFENDS SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 

ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEFT., DEPUTIES 

SUSFtCTS SNARED AFTER 7-HOUR CHASE (CORRECTED 2-5-89) 
MAN CHARGED AFTER SCUFFLE WITH OFFICER m . rrmi 
SHERIFF RECALLS DEPUTY HAMMOND AS 'FINE OFFICER' 

ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT., ELECTIONS 
SHERIFF TO SEEK 3RD TERM 

ORANGE COUNTY SPEEDWAY 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 
HILL WINS AGAIN 
FAST TIMES AT THE SPEEDWAY 
KYLE PETTY SET FOR CCS 
KIRBY, BURTON TAKE WINS IN OCS RACES 
BURTON CAPTURES NARROW TRIUMPH AT OCS 
R£MINGTON, RUMLEY TAKE FLAGS AT ORANGE COUNTY SPEEDWAY 
DAUGHERTY, PRESSLEY TEAM FOR OCS WIN 
HILL TAKES TITLE; BEGGARLY WINS RACE 
SPORTS COVERAGE LACKING 

ORANGE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT 
ESCAPEE PENS LETTER; 14-YEAR-OLD CASE ENDS 

ORANGE COUNTY TAX OFFICE m __„ 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., TAXES 
RESIDENTS QUEUE UP TO BEAT DEADLINE 

ORANGE COUNTY VISITORS CENTER 

SEE DICKSON HOUSE .„„ m . mrTTO 
SEE HILLSBOROUGH, N.C., VISITORS CENTER 

ORANGE COUNTY WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 
SEE ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 

ORANGE COUNTY WOMEN'S CENTER 
SEE WOMEN'S CENTER 

ORANGE COUNTY WRANGLER 4-H CLUB 
SEE ALSO 4-H CLUBS 

LETS GErTiiKfoN, COW! CATTLE GET BRUSHED, GROOMED FOR... 4-H SHOW 
PILLOWS FOR INFANTS 

ORANGE ENTERPRISES „_~. »».- 

TRAINING FOR WORK FORCE PROGRAM FOCUS 

t * W * 5 ORA>5c€ N CO. GREENS ORGANIZE G.E. BOYCOTT 
G.E. BOYCOTT AFFIRMS GREEN VALUES 
•SOVIET FRONT GROUPS' SUPPORT INFACT 
ENVIROt#£NT STILL DEMANDS CARE, SPOKESMAN SAYS 
GREENS ENDORSE BROWN 



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L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 


1/06/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/18/1989 A 


1 C N R63 


CHH 1 


2/07/1989 A 


3 N R63 


CHH 1 


4/03/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


5/19/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


8/24/1989 A 


5 P P 


CHH 1 


9/28/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


11/15/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


11/15/1989 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 1 


11/18/1989 A 


1 N W57 


CHH 1 


11/23/1989 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 12/04/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


12/08/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


12/08/1989 A 


1 P N 1170 


CHH 1 


2/04/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


CHH 1 


3/09/1989 A 


5 N 


CHH 1 


6/28/1989 A 


3 P N M70 



CHH 1 12/18/1989 A 1 N M70 



H 

CHH 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 



4/17/1989 D 
5/01/1989 A 
6/08/1989 B 
6/25/1989 C 
7/05/1989 D 
7/23/1989 C 
8/13/1989 C 
9/05/1989 B 
9/15/1989 A 



3 

10 

1 

11 
3 
8 
1 
2 
4 



N 
P 
N 

N M64 
N M64 
N 

N M64 
N M64 
L 



CHH 1 6/10/1989 A 3 N H90 



CHH 1 12/29/1989 A 3 P N M20 



CHH 1 3/29/1989 A 1 P P L38 
CHH 1 7/10/1989 A 3 P N C62 
CHH 1 12/15/1989 A 9 P P L38 



CHH 1 10/18/1989 A 6 P N U80 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/22/1989 A 
2/28/1989 A 
3/30/1989 A 
7/10/1989 A 
9/27/1989 A 



2 N 

4 P U 
4 L 
1 N S17 

3 P N M70 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1909 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



MYTH HAMPER OUR EFFORTS TO SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT 

ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS 
STUDENTS TO ATTEND LEADERSHIP EVENT 

SCHOOL STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT COMPUTERS. FABRIC ART, SHARKS 
COUNTY TEEN PROGRAM GETS NATIONAL AWARD 

HELPERS GROUP SEEKS TO GIVE TEENS ACCURATE INFO ABOUT HEALTH ISSUES 
OHS STUDENTS TACKLE BIG SHOW 
R2-D2 GOES TO SCHOOL 

DROPOUT RATE FALLS 3% AT ORANGE HIGH (CORRECTION PRINTED 8-15-89) 
ORANGE HIGH EDUCATORS HAKE GOOD USE OF REFUSE 
NEWS REPORTERS ON THE PROWL 

ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL, ASSAULTS 

INJURED STUDENT NOW RECOVERING 

ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL, COMPETENCY TESTS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, COMPETENCY TESTS 
ORANGE CO. TESTING REPORT A MIXED BAG 

ORANGE 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 
RAIN, HEAT DON'T MAR GRADUATION AT ORANGE HIGH 
BOARD TO CONSIDER GRADUATION CHANGE 
SCHOOL BOARD PLANS MORNING GRADUATION 

ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL, STUDENTS 

COUNSELORS ON STANDBY IN WAKE OF SUICIDE 

ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL BAND 

'THINK YOU'RE GOOD?'; ORANGE HIGH BAND, 'HISTORIC HILLSBOROUGH' ON,.. 
BAND DIRECTOR THANKS INAUGURAL SUPPORTERS 

ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL CONCERT CHOIR 

ORANGE HIGH SINGERS JOIN MACY'S MARCH 

ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 
BULLDOGS OUTLAST SCRAPPY PANTHERS 
HOT FALCONS FLY PAST ORANGE 
RELUCTANT CHAMPS RECEIVE PEP TALK 
CHAPEL HILL ROUTS ORANGE 

AT ORANGE, THEY'RE WINNERS NO MATTER THE RECORD 
PANTHERS DEVELOP NEW IMAGE 
ORANGE SLIPS BY SOUTHERN 
ORANGE'S BROWN BREAKS SOUTHERN'S JINX 
WILLIAMS LIFTS CHAPEL HILL PAST ORANGE 
TIGERS FIGHT OFF PANTHERS 

ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

GILL RESIGNS POST AS FOOTBALL COACH 

SCHOOL BOARD HIRES NEW FOOTBALL COACH 

KNIGHTS ARE PAC-6 FAVORITES - AGAIN 

GENTRY AIMS TO PULL ORANGE FROM PITS 

WILLIAMS' BULLDOGS CHEW UP ORANGE 

TIGERS 'FLAG' DOWN OHS 

WIMBUSH EXPLODES AS VIKINGS RIP ORANGE 

GENTRY REBUILDS AT OHS 

DURHAM-ORANGE OFFERS LITTLE HOPE FOR BULLDOG WIN 

LATTIE LEADS PANTHERS TO WIN 

FALCONS CONTROL ORANGE 

PERSON 38, ORANGE 33 

NORTHERN CONTINUES WITH BUSINESS AS USUAL 

KNIGHTS ROLL; SPARTANS GET PLAYOFF BERTH 

ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, WRESTLING 
AMATEUR CHIROPRACTOR 



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C -PG L P BYL 



CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 4 P J 



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



2/17/1989 A 
3/05/1989 A 
3/14/1989 A 
4/07/1989 A 
4/08/1989 B 
7/23/1989 A 
8/12/1989 A 
8/20/1989 A 
9/23/1989 B 



N 

N M25 
N 

N M25 
U T32 
N M25 
N M25 
N 
P R56 



CHH 1 2/16/1989 A 3 N 



CHH 1 8/20/1989 A 1 N M25 



CHH 1 



CHH 

CHH 

H 

CHH 

CHH 



6/04/1989 
6/04/1989 
6/04/1989 
6/09/1989 
7/10/1989 
9/15/1989 



C N M25 
P N C62 
C N C62 
P N M25 
N C62 
P N 



CHH 1 6/09/1989 A 3 N N25 



CHH 1 1/07/1989 A 3 P N H90 
CHH 1 1/26/1989 A 4 L 



CHH 1 11/25/1989 A 3 P N H90 



S 

S 

CHH 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 



1/07/1989 B 
1/10/1989 D 
1/20/1989 A 
1/28/1989 D 
2/05/1989 C 
12/05/1989 
12/06/1989 
12/06/1989 
12/13/1989 
12/13/1989 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 



6/15/1989 A 

6/30/1989 A 

8/23/1989 D 

8/31/1989 D 

9/02/1989 B 

9/09/1989 B 

9/16/1989 B 

9/27/1989 D 

9/29/1989 B 

9/30/1989 B 

10/07/1989 B 

10/14/1989 D 

11/04/1989 D 

11/04/1989 B 



U P52 
P N A76 
P N R63 

N M64 

N P75 

N P52 

N 

N P52 

N 

N P52 



N 
N 

F P52 
N B40 
N A76 
N A76 
N P52 
N A76 
N B40 
N P52 
N P52 
N W55 
N G55 
N R56 



H 2 12/03/1989 C 10 P P L38 



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1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1969 



SUBJECTS 



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

ORANGE MULTI-NEIGHBORHOOD INFORMATION NETWORK 

RESPONSE PLEASES ORGANIZER OF NEW CITIZENS GROUP 
AIRPORT FOES REFORM INTO NEW CITIZENS GROUP 
POLITICIANS PONDER PRIMARY 

ORANGE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

^frafcOUnR^HBKTi LOCAL CHURCH COMPLETES NEW ADDITION 

ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY __ 

SEE ALSO CHAFEL HILL/CARRBORO, SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS 

SEE ALSO DROUGHT, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO MASON FARM WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., WATER AND SEWER LINES 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/CHATHAM WATER RESOURCES 

SEE ALSO WATEf^SEWER LINES, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 

SE NEWS S 0F W 19i ^FROM WATER TO WADDELL/SUNDAY FOCUS 
HILLSBOROUGH'S WATER TREATMENT OPTIONS MANY 
BIOLOGICAL SYSTEM SPURS SOME WARINESS 

CARRBORO BLASTS SEWER POLICY „_ „ Trv 

CAREY! COUNTY WON'T 'SCRAP' CONTROVERSIAL WATER POLICY 
OWASA'S 'MEMO' GROUP AT A STANDSTILL 
OWASA TO SOUND OFF ON AMBERLY 

o!fKs- Y P^ B/MSfffin* (CORRECTION PRINTED 1-16-89) 
OWASA GEARS UP FOR *4.6 MILLION PLANT PROJECT 
OWASA MULLS JORDAN LAKE LAND PURCHASE 
CARRBORO STILL LEERY OF STUDY GROUP 

H MM£«raAIN, OFFICIALS PREDICT 

cS^ OTg^^c^s^e^Ton COMMUNICATIONS MEMO 
OWASA FIRES LAST SHOT AT AMBERLY 
OWASA'S AMBERLY CONCERNS MALM 

WATER LINE WORK PLANNED FOR ESTES 

OWASA ADDS *200,000 TO PATENT SUIT COSTS 
LAWSUIT DOESN'T SERVE PUBLIC INTEREST 
CHATHAM ASKS FOR EXTENSION ON SLUDGE STUDY 
OWASA WANTS MORE INFORMATION ON AMBERLY __. 
UNIVERSITY LAKE SEUER LINE BAN EXPIRING SOON 

CANE CREEK AND OFFICIALS GUSHING ^ n4iTTv 

CHATHAM OFFICIALS SKEPTICAL OF SLUDGE PROGRAM'S SAFETY 

CHATHAM IS CORRECT TO SAY, 'SHOW ME' 

CARRBORO TO MULL BUILDING LIMITS 

OWASA TO ADDRESS DEFICIENCIES IN DAM 

LAND NEAR PITTSBORO INTAKE NOT SLATED FCRJiJIffi - OWNER 

CARRBORO EXTENDS LIMITS ON BUILDING IN WATERSHED 

OWASA MAY EXTEND WATER, SEUER DELAY 

SLUDGE NO THREAT, WATER OFFICIAL SAYS nr . nl ^„ 

CHATHAM GIVES CONDITIONAL SUPPORT TO SLUDGE REQUEST 

SLUDGE REGULATIONS MUDDY, HAULER TELLS COMMISSIONERS 

^raALsTFARMERS LIKE USING SLUDGE ON LAND/SUNDAY FOCUS : SLUDGE.. 

OFFICIALS FACIHBA DISPOSAL DILEMMA/SUNDAY FOCUS! SLUDGE DISPOSAL 

SZOSTAK WON'T ASK ALBERMEN TO LOBBY OWASA FOR AMBERLY 

UNIVERSITY LAKE MORATORIUM MAY BE REINSTATED 

OWASA SCHEDULES AMBERLY REVIEW FOR MAY 10 SESSION 

RAW SWEEPSCAR INTOCREEK, OWASA TAKES MEASURES TO CONTAIN...LEAK 

OWASA RECOmiNG AGAINST AMBERLY PROJECT (CORRECTED 5-10-89) 

CORRECTION 

AMBERLY WATER REQUEST TO GET HEARING 

SZOSTAK SAYS HE'LL REDESIGN AMBERLY 

WORK GROUP TO DECIDE WATERSHED POLICIES 

SZOSTAK TO SEEK SEUER LINES FOR SCALED-DOWN AMBERLY 
SZOSTAK TO SEEK SEWER LINES FOR SCALED-DOWN AMBERLY 



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S 2 5/25/1989 C 1 P N B53 



CHH 1 6/03/1989 A 3 N L90 
CHH 1 7/01/1989 A 3 N L90 
CHH 1 12/16/1989 A 1 N M20 



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



CHH 1 


1/01/1989 A 


1 P N L38 


CHH 1 


1/02/1989 A 


1 Q R63 


CHH 1 


1/02/1989 A 


1 D N R63 


CHH 1 


1/05/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


1/10/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


1/13/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


1/14/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/15/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/16/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


1/22/1989 A 


1 N R63 


CHH 1 


1/24/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


1/28/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


1/29/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


1/31/1989 A 


3 N R63 


CHH 1 


2/02/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/09/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


2/16/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


3 N C62 


CHH 1 


2/22/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


2/25/1989 A 


1 M N L90 


CHH 1 


2/26/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


3/08/1989 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


3/19/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


3/25/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


3/26/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


3/28/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


4/04/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


4/05/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


4/10/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


4/12/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


4/13/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


4/14/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


4/19/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


4/19/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


1 M N L90 


CHH 1 


4/23/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


4/26/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


4/27/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


4/29/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


5/03/1989 A 


5 N L90 


CHH 1 


5/09/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


5/10/1989 A 


9 N 


CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


5/17/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


5/18/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


5/25/1989 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


5/25/1989 A 


1 N L90 



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



SUBJECTS 



OWASA DENIES AMBERLY SERVICE 

BUILD IN PEACE, MR. SZOSTAK 

OUASA RECEIVES WORD ON PROCESS 

OUASA TO HOLD HEARING ON RATES 

OUASA RATE PLAN ON LINE WITH DURHAM 

•MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING' FINALLY SEES SOME ACTION 

OUASA UOULB SEE HILLSBOROUGH THROUGH DRY SUMMER 

OWASA ADOPTS 'MEMO,' 5-4 

OUASA PURCHASE HAS LANDOUNER WORRIED (CORRECTION PRINTED 6-29-89) 

HOPE FLOWS FROM WATER AGREEMENT 

CORRECTION 

OWASA, SZOSTAK STILL AT ODDS OVER AMBERLY DEVELOPMENT 

UTILITY GIVES *2,500 TO FUND WORKGROUPS 

OFFICIAL RECOMMENDS CHATHAM COUNTY UITHDRAU FROM JOINT PLANNING TALKS 

WATERSHED 'PROTECTION' DISCRIMINATORY/JAMES R. SMITH 

SZOSTAK CALLS OPINION 'INACCURATE' 

UTILITY PROBED ABOUT EROSION ; BINGHAM RESIDENT CRITICIZES OUASA 

REPLENISHED/SUNDAY FOCUS: ORANGE COUNTY BROUGHT 

CONCERNS OF DRIER DAYS STILL HAUNT HILLSBOROUGH 

RAINS DELAY HILLSBOROUGH WATER SALE 

OFFICIALS OUTLINE WATERSHED STRATEGIES 

PUBLIC NOTICE OF RATE INCREASES, ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 

OWASA UPS FUNDS TO COVER PATENT SUIT 

OUASA PURCHASE MAY BE SITE FOR TREATMENT PLANT 

WATERSHED POLICY CONSIDERED 

DEM: NO WATERSHED MORATORIUM/ENGINEER TOLD THAT DEM CONTINUES TO... 

OFFICIALS WEIGH WATERSHED PROTECTION ALTERNATIVES (CORRECTED 8-15-89) 

DEFINE ISSUES IN WATERSHED PROTECTION 

SZOSTAK FILES SUIT AGAINST CARRBORO 

LONG LIVE THE LAKE 

WATERSHED DEBATE: IT'S ALL POLITICS 

ORANGE-CHATHAM WORK GROUP REGROUPS 

N.C. LAW REQUIRES WATERSHED POLICIES 

AREA'S CITY WATER OK FOR LEAD, STUDY FINDS 

OUASA DEBATES WATERSHED STATEMENT 

PIPE TEST WORRIES OFFICIALS 

OWASA ADDRESSES NELLO TEER PLANT CLOSING 

OWASA SEES HIGHER COSTS 

OWASA CONSIDERS REGIONAL ROLE 

OWASA-CHATHAM CO. WATER HOOKUP STILL UNLIKELY VENTURE 

BOARD DEBATES WATERSHED ISSUE; CONSIDER LONG HAUL, CAREY SAYS 

COMPENSATION CALLED CRITICAL TO RESTRICTIONS 

COMPENSATION ISSUE ABSENT IN WATER TALKS 

OFFICIAL SAYS WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS NOT »A TAKING' 

PORTO PROPOSES WATERSHED DEAL 

PITTSBORO ASKS OWASA TO HAUL TOWN'S SLUDGE FROM TREATMENT PLANT 

OWASA STAFF'S PAPER LACKS LANDOWNER COMPENSATION 

SHARE THE BENEFITS, SHARE THE COST 

OWASA LIKELY TO DROP NON-COMPENSATION PLAN 

OWASA HIRES NEW LEGAL COUNSEL 

OUASA TO MIX COUNTIES' SLUDGE 

ORANGE BOARD OKS TEMPORARY RESTRICTION ON 1 OF 7 WATERSHEDS 

OMASA'S ANALYSIS INACCURATE - KENDIG 

WATERSHED STUDY GETS SUPPORT 

EQUITY DEBATED 

KENDIG MUDDIES THE WATERSHED ISSUE 

OUASA ASKS REPLY TO KENDIG MEMO 

SMALLER LOTS UPHELD 

OUASA BILLS TO INCLUDE BROCHURE 

KENDIG ANALYSIS FLAWED, OFFICIALS SAY 

UTILITY GAINS PATENT/OWASA, PA. FIRM AT ODDS 

OUASA OFFICIALS RECALL QUAKE EXPERIENCES 

15-501 WATERLINE REPLACEMENT GETS NOD 

OWASA ACTS ON EXTENSION RESOLUTION 

OUASA CONSIDERS TREATMENT CAPACITY 

SOME QUESTIONS FOR OUASA 

BOARD BACKS WATERSHED MEASURES 

OUASA BACKS UNIVERSITY LAKE PROTECTION RULES 

UNIVERSITY LAKE! TIME TO SETTLE THE BILL 

PTA'S SHOP GAINS LEVERAGE IN TALKS WITH OUASA STAFF 



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CHH 

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CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

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CHH 1 



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



5/26/1989 

5/26/1989 

6/02/1989 

6/08/1989 

6/10/1989 

6/16/1989 

6/24/1989 

6/24/1989 

6/25/1989 

6/28/1989 

6/29/1989 

6/30/1989 

6/30/1989 

7/04/1989 

7/10/1989 

7/11/1989 

7/16/1989 

7/16/1989 

7/16/1989 

7/20/1989 

7/22/1989 

7/23/1989 

7/29/1989 

8/05/1989 

8/10/1989 

8/11/1989 

8/11/1989 

8/12/1989 

8/15/1989 

8/25/1989 

9/04/1989 

9/09/1989 

9/09/1989 

9/14/1989 

9/14/1989 

9/15/1989 

9/16/1989 

9/17/1989 

9/18/1989 

9/19/1989 

9/22/1989 

9/22/1989 

9/24/1989 

9/25/1989 

9/26/1989 

9/27/1989 

9/28/1989 

9/29/1989 

9/30/1989 

10/01/1989 

10/01/1989 

10/03/1989 

10/13/1989 

10/13/1989 

10/13/1989 

10/14/1989 

10/17/1989 

10/17/1989 

10/18/1989 

10/19/1989 

10/27/1989 

10/27/1989 

10/28/1989 

10/31/1989 

11/01/1989 

11/01/1989 

11/07/1989 

11/10/1989 

11/13/1989 

11/18/1989 



N C62 

E 

N L90 

N L90 
P N L90 

N L90 
P N L90 

N 

N L90 

E 

N 
P N L90 

N 
P N M25 

U 
P N C62 

N L90 
C N L90 
P N D38 

N 038 

N C62 

A 

N L90 

N M25 

N M25 

N M20 
M N M25 

E 
P N C62 

E 

U 
P N M25 

N M25 
C N R63 

N M25 

N M20 
P N M25 

N M25 

N M25 

N M25 
M N M20 
P N M20 

N M20 
P N M20 
P N C62 

N M25 

N M25 

E 

N M25 

N 

N 

N M20 
P N M20 
P N M25 

N C62 

E 
P N M20 

N M25 

N 

N M20 
P N M25 

N M25 
P N M25 
P N M25 

N M25 

E 

N M20 

N M25 

E 

N C62 



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GET CONCESSIONS NOW, NOT LATER 

OWASA UILL PAY, ADERHOLT SUGGESTS 

OFFICIAL TAKES IN SLUDGE OPERATION 

OUASA HEAD ADVISES CAUTION 

OUASA DELAYS CANE CREEK SLUDGE DECISION 

CHAPEL HILL WATERSHEDS WIN HIGHEST-QUALITY RATING 

INJECTING REASON IN THE SLUDGE DEBATE ,,. mv , 11 ™, 

DEH GUIDELINE DISCOURAGES SLUDGE USE IN BEST WATERSHEDS 

6 LOCALS FAIL IN EMC WATER COUNCIL BIDS 

BOARD POSTPONES SLUDGE PROPOSAL 

OUASA HAD CANE CREEK SLUDGE PERHIT-DEM 

OWASA NULLS EXTENSION COSTS 

WORKERS RELOCATE THRIFT SHOP WATERLINE 

ORANGE WATER AND SEUER AUTHORITY, ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING 
OWASA BUILDING ON SCHEDULE FOR APRIL 1990 COMPLETION 

ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY, BUDGET 
OWASA MAY NEED A RATE INCREASE 
OWASA MAY RAISE RATES ANNUALLY FOR NEXT 5 YEARS 
OUASA OKS 6 PERCENT RATE INCREASE 
OUASA BUDGET PASSES DESPITE COMPLAINTS 
OWASA REPORTS INCREASE IN REVENUES 

ORANGE WATER AND SEUER AUTHORITY, EMPLOYEES 
OUASA REVAMPS PAY RANGES 
OWASA SAYS GOODBYE TO VETERAN EMPLOYEES 

ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY, MEETINGS 
^OWASA BOARD TO DISCUSS MEETING EFFICIENCY 

OWASA DISCUSSES MEETING GUIDELINES 

OWASA BOARD TO CHANGE MEETING SYSTEM 

ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
COUNCIL TO CHOOSE OWASA AFfOINTEES 
CHAPEL HILL DUMPS PECK FROM OWASA 
BOARD SAYS OUASA AGREEMENT LACKING 

tanOBtWthKL ^^SUE 5 
OWASA BOARD TO DISCUSS MEETING EFFICIENCY 
OUASA DISCUSSES MEETINGGUIDELINES 

OWASA BOARD TO CHANGE MEETING SYSTEM 

OWASA DEBATES STAFF'S AUTHORITY IN POLICY ISSUES 

PASQUINI RESIGNS OUASA BOARD POST 

TOWN COUNCIL SET TO FILL OUASA POST 

TOWN OKS OPEN SPACE STUDY FUNDS 

NEW OWASA MEMBER STRESSES EXPERIENCE 

INSKO TO CHAIR OWASA BOARD 

OWASA CONSIDERS REVISING MANUAL 

ORANGE/ALAMANCE WATER SYSTEM „.,„,„„ 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., WATER RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., WATER RESOURCES 

WATER BOUNDARY AGREEMENT CERTAIN, OFFICIALS PREDICT 

WATER BOUNDARIES STILL MURKY ISSUE 

OWASA BOARD OKS JORDAN LAKE K^CHASE 

CATES WANTS COUNTY OUT OF RESERVOIR PLAN 

GBAMK SS gSin* tM re&voir by wing orange 

INTER-BASIN WATER LAW MAY HAMPER RESERVOIR 

S^WOPS"^^ ^^^^^ BOARD TO CONSIDER LEAVING. 

HILLSBOROUGH BOARD DELAYS RESERVOIR ACTION 

BOARD DELAYS RESERVOIR DECISION „_„_„ 

NEW RESERVOIR OPTION 'FOUND' BY HILLSBOROUGH 

HILLSBOROUGH TO WORK WITH ORANGE-ALAMANCE ON WATER' SUPPLY 

QUESTIONS RAISED ABOUT USE OF ENO AS WATER SUPPLY 

HILLSBOROUGH A STEP CLOSER TO BUILDING DURHAM PIPELINE 

ORANGE/CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO PLANNING AREA 



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E 


L Y 


P D - 


—DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 11/19/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 11/23/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 1 


L2/01/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 12/01/1989 A 


1 M N M70 


CHH 1 


12/02/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


12/02/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


12/04/1989 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


L2/13/1989 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


12/15/1989 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


12/15/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


12/15/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


12/22/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


12/27/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


7/09/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


4/05/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


5/05/1989 A 


1 C N L90 


CHH 1 


6/15/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


6/24/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


9/27/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


3/25/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 12/23/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


7/17/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


8/02/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


6/26/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


6/28/1989 A 


1 N L90 


CHH 1 


7/13/1989 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


7/14/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


7/17/1989 A 


1 D J L90 


CHH 1 


7/17/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


7/19/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


8/02/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 


9/18/1989 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


9/19/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


9/24/1989 A 


3 P N M70 


CHH 1 


9/26/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


9/28/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


9/30/1989 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


10/16/1989 A 


3 N M25 


CHH 1 


1/29/1989 A 


1 M N M20 


CHH 1 


1/31/1989 A 


3 N R63 


CHH 1 


2/09/1989 A 


1 P N L90 


CHH 1 


2/14/1989 A 


1 N R63 


CHH 1 


2/14/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


2/15/1989 A 


1 N R63 


CHH 1 


2/16/1989 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


2/20/1989 A 


1 N R63 


CHH 1 


2/21/1989 A 


1 N R63 


CHH 1 


3/16/1989 A 


3 N ICO 


CHH 1 


4/08/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


4/11/1989 A 


1 N H90 


CHH 1 


4/28/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


6/09/1989 A 


1 P N D38 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



ORANGE/CHATHAM COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH SERVICE, 
AGENCIES TO SEEK BIGGER SHARE 
KNOWING WHEN TO SAY NOTHING 



INC. 



ORANGE/CHATHAM COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY (ALSO DA FOR CHATHAM COUNTY) 

ORANGE/CHATHAM PLANNING AREA 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO JOINT ORANGE/CHATHAM COOPERATIVE WORK GROUP 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY PLANNING BOARD 

COMMISSIONERS LIKELY TO ADOPT COURTESY REVIEW 

TOWN COUNCIL OKS COURTESY REVIEW PLAN 

OFFICIALS MAY ASK FOR MORE WASTE POWER 

WEGNER URGES WATERSHED PROTECTION 

WORK GROUP TO DECIDE WATERSHED POLICIES 

LEADERS LIKE GROUP WATERSHED POLICIES 

ORANGE, CHATHAM MAY ADOPT WATER REGULATIONS 

OFFICIALS WEIGH WATERSHED PROTECTION ALTERNATIVES (CORRECTED 8-15-89) 

WORK GROUP DEBATES WATERSHED PROPOSAL 

DOUBT CAST ON NOV. DEADLINE 

ORANGE-CHATHAM WORK GROUP REGROUPS 

N.C. LAW REQUIRES WATERSHED POLICIES 

PLANNING HEARING'S FATE IN LIMBO 

WATERSHED MEETING POSTPONED 

SCHEDULED WATERSHED MEETING UNCERTAIN 

COMMISSIONER SEES HOPE FOR LANDOWNERS 

COUNTY SALES FIGURES SHOW PRICES SHRINKING AS LOTS GROW 

RESPONSES TO WATERSHED PROPOSAL MIXED 

COMPROMISE PROTECTION PLANS DUE IN 

SMALLER LOTS UPHELD 

ALDERMEN TO REVIEW WATERSHED PROPOSALS 

KENDIG ANALYSIS FLAWED, OFFICIALS SAY 

TOWN BACKS WATERSHED RULES 

WATERSHED DECISIONS'/WILL ZONING LIMITS HOLD UP IN COURT? 

VA. RULING SUPPORTS WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS 

IMPLEMENTING ZONING RESTRICTIONS REQUIRES 'A MAJOR COMMITMENT' 

ORANGE/CHATHAM WATER RESOURCES 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, WATER RESOURCES 

SEE ALSO ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO REGIONAL WATER SYSTEMS 
WEGNER URGES WATERSHED PROTECTION 
LEADERS LIKE GROUP WATERSHED POLICIES 
ORANGE, CHATHAM MAY ADOPT WATER REGULATIONS 
•MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING' FINALLY SEES SOME ACTION 
ORANGE-CHATHAM GROUP TO DISCUSS LAKE WATERSHED 
CHATHAM, PITTSBORO MEMBERS SIT OUT OF FIRST WATER MEETING 
WASTE SYSTEM RULES FRAMED; ALTERNATIVE SYSTEMS EYED 
OWASA WRESTLES WITH STRUCTURE, LOYALTY ISSUES 
SOME PROPER PROPOSALS 
OFFICIALS OUTLINE WATERSHED STRATEGIES 
OWASA-CHATHAM CO. WATER HOOKUP STILL UNLIKELY VENTURE 



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SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL PLANNING BOARD 
SEE ALSO INTERGOVERNMENTAL WORK GROUP 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LAND USE 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY PLANNING BOARD 

COMMISSIONERS LIKELY TO ADOPT COURTESY REVIEW 

TOWN COUNCIL OKS COURTESY REVIEW PLAN 

PLANNING HEARING SET FOR APRIL 6 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON... ORANGE COUNTY/CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO ZONING 

TOWN BACKS WATERSHED RULES 

ORANGE/CHATHAM COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY 

NUMBER OF HOMELESS INCREASING IN COUNTY 

COUNTY SEEKS FUNDS FOR SHELTER 

GETTING FOOD STAMPS TO NEEDY NOT ALWAYS SIMPLE PROPOSITION 

GROUP TO CONSIDER OFFICIALS' REACTIONS TO WATERSHED PLAN 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



2/06/1989 A 
2/15/1989 A 
3/21/1989 A 
3/24/1989 A 
10/19/1989 A 



CHH 1 3/30/1989 A 
CHH 1 4/07/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/12/1989 A 
CHH 1 11/13/1989 A 



CHH 
CHH 



1 6/13/1989 A 
1 6/16/1989 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



2/06/1989 

2/15/1989 

3/27/1989 

5/11/1989 

5/18/1989 

5/19/1989 

5/26/1989 

8/11/1989 

8/25/1989 

8/25/1989 

9/09/1989 

9/09/1989 

9/13/1989 

9/21/1989 

9/29/1989 

10/06/1989 

10/06/1989 

10/14/1989 

10/14/1989 

10/17/1989 

10/17/1989 

10/19/1989 

10/19/1989 

11/26/1989 

11/26/1989 

11/26/1989 



1 P N M25 
3 N M70 
3 N 

2 A 

3 N 062 



1 N M20 
3 N 
1 N H90 
1 P N M25 



1 P N M20 
4 E 



N M25 
N M70 
N 

N C62 
N 

N L90 
N M25 



1 M N M25 



N M25 
N M25 

P N M25 
N M25 
N H20 
N M25 
N M25 

P N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N C62 
N M20 
N C62 

M N M25 

C N M25 
N M25 



CHH 1 


5/11/1989 A 


3 


N C62 


CHH 1 


5/19/1989 A 


3 P N L90 


CHH 1 


5/26/1989 A 


2 


N M25 


CHH 1 


6/16/1989 A 


1 


N L90 


CHH 1 


6/21/1989 A 


3 


N L90 


CHH 1 


6/23/1989 A 


3 


N L90 


CHH 1 


7/16/1989 A 


1 


N L90 


CHH 1 


7/17/1989 A 


1 


D J L90 


CHH 1 


7/18/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


7/22/1989 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


9/19/1989 A 


3 


N M25 



ORANGE/DURHAM COALITION FOR BATTERED WOMEN 



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SEE ALSO CHW«£^a'1wS COUNSELING FflOGRAM ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE) 
BATTERED-UOHEN ADVOCATES LAUD NATIONAL PLAN nBr 
COALITION FOR BATTERED WOMEN SEEKS MALE COUNSELORS 
REFUGE IS READY TO BE OPENED _ wj ^. „„_._ 
SHELTER FOR BATTERED WOMEN— A SECRET SANCTUARY 
WOMEN'S SHELTER SEEKS VOLUNTEERS _ ,_ 
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR LEAVING BATTERED-WOMEN'S GROUP 

bKnG%0l1nCECYCLE^ COALITION HELPS VICTIMS... 
VIOLENCE HITS CLOSE TO HOf£/SUNDAY FOCUS! DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE KNOWS NO BOUNDARIES IN ITS SCOPE 
BATTERED WOMEN NEED HELP IN COURT SYSTEM 
BICYCLE TAKES ON BATTERY 

ORANGE/PERSON/CHATHAM MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 
SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH mtrrw „ „ 
SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS, N.C. 
CLUB NOVA TAKES ON MYTHS OF MENTAL ILLNESS 

° RCHI STOP, AND SMELL THE ORCHIDS 

^^™ STOOreTOO LOU IN PUSHING JETTY PLAN 

ORGAN DONORS AND TRANSPLANTS ^^ 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA ORGAN PROCUREMENT AGENCY 
SEE ALSO KIDNEY TRANSPLANTS 

I H T^Kffi^fis^TioN* organization (trio) 

FOGLEMAN BOY'S ORGANS DONATED FOR TRANSPLANTS 

HEALTH OFFICIALS CAMPAIGNING FOR N.C. DONORS 

NTCT LAGGING BEHIND NATION IN ORGAN DONATIONS 

STUDY! DOCTORS HESITATE TO SUGGEST ORGAN DONATIONS 

ORGAN TRANSPLANT SUPPORT GROUP CHAPTER FORMED 

BOOK PRESENTS ALTERNATIVES ON ORGAN-TRANSPLANT POLICIES 

BOOK CALLS FOR TOUGHER RULES ON ORGAN TRANSPLANTS 

ORGAN TRANSPLANTS ,_, 

SEE ORGAN DONORS AND TRANSPLANTS 

ORGANIC FARMING 

SEE ALSO FARMERS, U.S. __ r __ I ^ rT 
ORGANIC FARMER PLANS TOBACCO EXPERIMENT 
CAHLEMAN MRVES^ALTERNATIVE' NICHE IN AREA MARKET 
RESEARCHER SUGGESTS PESTICIDE ALTERNATIVES 
'ORGANIC APPROACH NOW A VIABLE OPTION 

H't^K WBUHtMBfMmiKnm watchdog spalt sees... 

ORGANON TEKNIKA CORPORATION ,„,„ ATTnll 
MARTIN TO ATTEND ORGANON DEDICATION 
ORGANON TEKNIKA DEDICATES Witt „„, 
DURHAM LOOKS AHEAD WITH FIRM'S DEDICATION 
ORGANON TEKNIKA QUARTERS DEDICATED 
ORGANON TEKNIKA HOSTS INDUSTRY VISITATION 
PACKAGE WITH RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS LOST 

ORGANS (MUSICAL) 

SEE ALSO FLENTROP ORGAN 
ORGANIST GIVES BENEFIT RECITAL _ 

CLEARAMBAULT 'SUITE' HIGH POINT IN JOHNSON CONCERT 

° RIEN DEPTH A 0^ E ITS MENU, THAI DISHES RECOMMEND ORIENTAL GARDEN 

ORIENTEERING 

"VMWUBSF^ SPORT FOR ALL REASONS 



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CHH 1 1/08/1989 A 


3 N L90 


CHH 1 1/30/1989 A 


1 P N S17 


H 2 5/11/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 5/14/1989 B 


1 N P38 


CHH 1 6/17/1989 A 


3 N 


S 2 7/14/1989 C 


1 N H65 


H 2 8/16/1989 C 


2 N 


CHH 1 9/18/1989 A 


1 D G 


CHH 1 10/01/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 10/01/1989 A 


1 N M70 


S 2 10/03/1989 A 


4 E 


H 2 10/12/1989 A 


6 P F ZU 


CHH 1 7/16/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


H 2 10/28/1989 C 


2 P P R56 


S 2 7/31/1989 A 


4 E 



H 2 1/02/1989 B 


1 P N 


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 


H 2 8/17/1989 A 


10 N C60 


H 2 9/27/1989 C 


3 N D80 


S 2 12/26/1989 C 


1 N 



S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 
CHH 



CHH 1 



1/16/1989 
4/04/198'' 
4/23/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/06/1989 
8/22/1989 



4/12/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/13/1989 
4/14/1989 
5/11/1989 
6/13/1989 



N 

P N M25 
P N C62 
P N M25 
N M25 
P N 



M N 
P N B53 

E 
P N K65 
P P M66 

N C61 



H 2 3/10/1989 D 
H 2 3/14/1989 A 



4 P N 
6 P R L59 



H 2 9/15/1989 D 6 P R D77 



H 2 5/07/1989 E 1 P F W66 



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ORION AIR, INC. 

RDU FIRM HAS BRITISH UP IN ARHS— NOT IN AIR 

ORPHAN DRUGS 

GLAXO TO MARKET NEW DRUG 

RESEARCH PARK'S GLAXO BEGINS MARKETING 1ST 'ORPHAN DRUG' 

ORPHAN DUMP CLEANUP BILL 

SEE HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 
SEE NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL AND STORAGE 

OSTEOPOROSIS 
SEE ALSO BONES 
PREVENT OSTEOPOROSIS STUDY RELEASED AT UNC 
CHANGES IN DIET, LIFESTYLE CAN SLOW PROGRESS OF OSTEOPOROSIS 

OSTERMAN JEWELERS 

POLICE FIND BRACELET, HOLD DURHAM MAN 



H 2 7/03/1989 A 1 N 



S 2 2/21/1989 B 1 N 
S 2 6/16/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 2/22/1989 C 
S 2 5/31/1989 A 



1 C N C60 
11 U 



S 2 6/29/1989 C 1 N B53 



THE OTHER DURHAM (SPECIAL SERIES) 

SEE ALSO HOMELESS SHELTER 

SEE ALSO STREET PEOPLE 
DURHAM FACES ITS STREET PEOPLE/THE OTHER DURHAM H 

MANY LEAVE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE, BUT DON'T LEAVE POVERTY RANKS/OTHER DURHAM H 
NO ONE CAN COUNT THOSE 'DOUBLED UP'/THE OTHER DURHAM H 

CITY'S SHELTERS GIVE REST TO THE WEARY/THE OTHER DURHAM H 

DURHAM SHELTER RESIDENTS MAY BE DOWN, BUT NOT OUT/THE OTHER DURHAM H 

OTTAWAY NEWSPAPERS INC. 

CAMPBELL TO STAY DESPITE PURCHASE OF VIRGINIA WEEKLY 



1/29/1989 A 
1/30/1989 A 
1/31/1989 A 
2/01/1989 A 
2/02/1989 A 



Q Zll 
Q Zll 
Q Zll 
Q Zll 
Q Zll 



CHH 1 1/21/1989 A 3 P N M70 



OTTERS 

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

OUTDATED LAWS 
SEE N.C, LAWS 

OUTDOOR ADVERTISING 
SEE ADVERTISING 
SEE BILLBOARDS 
SEE NAEGELE OUTDOOR ADVERTISING CO, 

OUTDOOR DRAMAS 

SEE ALSO LOST COLONY 
SEE ALSO SWORD OF PEACE (PLAY) 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL INSTITUTE OF OUTDOOR DRAMA 
OUTDOOR DRAMA'S JOHNNY APPLESEED 

OUTER BANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BARRIER ISLANDS 

SEE ALSO BEACHES, N.C. AND S.C. 

SEE ALSO COASTAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

BONNER BRIDGE DESERVES PRIORITY 

WONDERS WASH UP ON OCRACOKE'S SHORES 

OPPOSING OIL RICHES 

N.C, MOBIL REACH AGREEMENT ON OFFSHORE DRILLING 

MORE CLOUT OR JUST CLAPTRAP? 

GLUED DUNE ENDURES HUGO 

DON'T SACRIFICE COAST FOR WELLS 

OUTHOUSES 

YESTERYEAR'S ALTERNATIVE SEPTIC SYSTEM 

OUTLET STORES 

FURNITURE SALES DISPUTE GOES TO LEGISLATURE 

OUTSTANDING RESOURCE WATERS 
SEE ALSO RIVERS, N.C. 



4/30/1989 A 
5/02/1989 A 



1 P N P41 

2 N 



H 2 10/29/1989 E 1 P F S56 



CHH 1 


3/16/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


6/18/1989 A 


4 


U 


H 2 


7/10/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


7/15/1989 A 


1 


P N 


CHH 1 


7/15/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


10/02/1989 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


11/07/1989 A 


4 


E 



CHH 1 9/20/1989 A 4 U 
H 2 4/04/1989 A 7 N 



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SEE ALSO WATER QUALITY 

^9 SoMEfoPlWra^Ic. PROPOSES FOR OUTSTANDING RESOURCE DESIGNATION 
SAVE WATERS OF N.C. 

OUTSTANDING SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO PRINCIPALS, N.C. 

IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NETS PRINCIPAL AWARD 

OVARIAN CANCER 
OFF A] V\ DMKR 
OVARIAN CANCER CONTINUES TO BE KILLER BECAUSE DOCTORS LACK SCREENING... 
ffinONADVANCES CUT CERVICAL. OTHER CANCERS IN WOMEN 

OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS 

SEE ALSO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS „ A11TTrvvl 

OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS STILL REQUIRE .CAUTION 

PROF! SHIFTING DRUGS TO OVER-THE-COUNTER SAVES MONEY 

OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS 

SEE ALSO WEIGHT CONTROL 
MORE THAN FOOD, IT'S AN OBSESSION 

OVERLAY DISTRICTS 

SEE ALSO ZONING LAWS 
HOUSE PASSES DURHAM BILL ON 
OVER 200 BILLS IN LIMBO ___ 

•OVERLAY* ZONING MEASURES PASSED 



OVERLAY' DISTRICTS 



OWLS 



APS PLANS SANCTUARY COMPLEX 



OXFORD. N.C. 

SEE ALSO LIQUOR-BY-THE-DRINK, OXFORD 
SHRINERS OFFER IT ALL ON ST. JOHN'S DAY! FREE LWCH, PARADE. 
OXFORD, HENDERSON WILL VOTE ON DFANDED PHONE SMBE 
OXFORD WOMAN HELPS VISITORS AT MEMORIAL IN FEARL HARBOR 

OXFORD. N.C, BOND ISSUE wmmmm . 

OXFORD TO HOLD HEARING SEPT. 12 ON BOND ISSUE ^ Twrp 
OXfORD RESIDENTS TO GET VOTE ON UNDERGROUND UTILITY LINES 

OXFORD, N.C, BUDGET „ _ irr 

OXFORD F-ROJECT RUNS $26,000 OVER GRANT 

OXFORD, N.C, BUSINESSES ^ 

TWO OXFORD STORES DAMAGED BY CAR 
OXFORD PLASTICS PLANT IS CLOSING 

OXFORD. N.C, CITY EMPLOYEES m , TrT , 

REQUEST TO ADDRESS OXFORD BOARD DENIED 
BALL FIELD LIGHTS PROSPECTS BRIGHTEN 

™ti$&'t£88l?fi ! gf^m UNTERGROUND UTILITY LINES 

OXFORD. N.C, ELECTIONS ^ n 

3 CANDIDATES FILE FOR GRANVILLE POSTS 
DEADLINE BRINGS RUSH OF FILING IN GRANVILLE 

OXFORD, N.C, FEDERAL COMMUNITY DEVaOPMENT FUNDS 

OXFORD BOARD BLASTS CONTRACTORS OVER SHODDY WORK 
OXFORD FtfOJECT RUNS $26,000 OVER GRANT 

^^isSlfe'sLIKOF HISTORY IS BACK HOME IN OXFORD 

°™XFORd'bC^ELASTS CONTRACTORS OVER SHODDY WORK 



H 2 3/17/1989 B 7 N 
S 2 3/18/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 7/14/1989 A 3 N 



H 2 4/11/1989 B 2 C N C40 
S 2 7/07/1989 C 1 N 



CHH 1 3/01/1989 A 5 N 
S 2 3/09/1989 C 1 N 



CHH 1 10/01/1939 A 3 N S17 



H 2 5/06/1989 B 2 N R53 
H 2 5/16/1989 C 1 N L40 
H 2 6/29/1989 C 1 N R53 



CHH 1 1/26/1989 A 1 P N M20 



H 1 6/22/1989 C 
H 1 11/16/1939 C 
H 2 12/07/1989 B 



H 1 8/10/1989 C 
H 1 9/13/1989 C 



1 P N T33 
1 N T33 

1 P N 



1 N T33 
1 P N T33 



H 1 6/30/1989 C 1 N T33 



H 1 1/21/1989 B 
H 1 6/16/1989 C 



H 1 4/13/1989 C 
H 1 6/21/1989 C 



1 P N T32 
1 N T33 



1 N T33 
1 N T33 



H 1 9/13/1989 C 1 P N T33 



H 1 7/15/1989 C 
H 1 8/05/1989 B 



H 1 6/15/1989 C 
H 1 6/30/1989 C 



H 2 6/30/1989 A 
H 1 6/15/1989 C 



1 N T33 
1 N T33 



1 N T33 
1 N T33 



1 N T33 
1 N T33 



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OXFORD, N.C., MAYOR'S OFFICE 

DEADLINE BRINGS RUSH OF FILING IN GRANVILLE 

OXFORD, N.C., ORDINANCES 

OXFORD BOARD TAKES NO ACTION TO RESTRICT PORTABLE SIGN USE 

OXFORD, N.C., SEWAGE TREATMENT 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY, N.C., WATER AND SEWER LINES 
STATE PLANS TO PURSUE FINES AGAINST OXFORD 
OXFORD FINES STILL GROWING OVER SEWAGE 
ATTORNEYS ON STANDBY FOR OXFORD FINE CASE 
JUDGE HEARS TESTIMONY ON FINES AGAINST OXFORD 
TESTIMONY FOCUSES ON OXFORD SEWER PLANT DELAYS 
OXFORD OFFICIALS MUST ANSWER TO EPA ON SEWER WOES 
OXFORD OFFICIALS WILL SEND EPA MORE INFORMATION 
JUDGE BACKS OXFORD ON $118,000 SEWAGE PLANT FINE 

OXFORD, N.C., TAX RATE 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY, N.C, TAX RATE 
TAX RATE IN OXFORD TO INCREASE 3 CENTS 

OXFORD, N.C., WATER TREATMENT PLANTS 
SEE ALSO WATER TREATMENT PLANTS, N.C. 
OXFORD FINED $71,000 FOR WATER PLANTS 

OXFORD, N.C, ZONING 

OXFORD COMMISSIONERS DENY TWO REQUESTS FOR REZONING 

OXFORD BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

OXFORD'S PLAN FOR MIXED DRINK REFERENDUM STYMIED 

OXFORD BOARD BALKS AT PAYING HALF FOR 911 EQUIPMENT 

REQUEST TO ADDRESS OXFORD BOARD DENIED 

OXFORD AGREES TO PAY HALF ON 911 EQUIPMENT 

OXFORD BOARD TAKES NO ACTION TO RESTRICT PORTABLE SIGN USE 

HOME RENOVATION WORK IN OXFORD DRAWS COMPLAINTS 

OXFORD AWARDS CONTRACT FOR HAULING OF SLUDGE 

OXFORD NEGOTIATING FOR PERMISSION TO APPLY SLUDGE ON LAND FOR STUDY 

TAX RATE IN OXFORD TO INCREASE 3 CENTS 

BALL FIELD LIGHTS PROSPECTS BRIGHTEN 

MISSING SLICE OF HISTORY IS BACK HOME IN OXFORD 

MANAGER PROPOSES 'FINAL OFFER' TO OXFORD ON 911 SYSTEM COSTS 

OXFORD WON'T SHARE COSTS OF 911 SYSTEM 

OXFORD COMMISSIONERS DENY TWO REQUESTS FOR REZONING 

OXFORD RESIDENTS TO GET VOTE ON UNDERGROUND UTILITY LINES 

OXFORD MAYOR, COMMISSIONERS TAKE OATHS OF OFFICE 

OXFORD BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, BUDGET 

OXFORD PROJECT RUNS $26,000 OVER GRANT 

OXFORD BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 

DEADLINE BRINGS RUSH OF FILING IN GRANVILLE 

OXFORD COMMONS 

COUNCIL 0K3 LARGER SHOPPING CENTER 
PLANNERS OBJECT, BUT COUNCIL OKS LARGER MALL 
HOUSING PROJECT GETS FIRST GO SIGN 

OXFORD FIRE DEPT. 

THIS RIG FOUGHT FIRES AND DUST 

OXFORD ORPHANAGE 

'HAPPY MEMORIES' ORPHANAGE GOAL 

SHRINERS OFFER IT ALL ON ST. JOHN'S DAY: FREE LUNCH, PARADE... 

ST. JOHN'S DAY IN OXFORD 

MASONS, SHRINERS PULL OUT ALL STOPS TO PLEASE CHILDREN OF ORPHANAGE 

COURT OF APPEALS UPHOLDS JUDGE'S BARRING OF EVIDENCE IN MOUL CASE 

OXFORD ORPHANAGE, SUPERINTENDENT 

OXFORD ORPHANAGE MOLESTATION CASE ENDS IN MOIL'S PROBATION 



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S I T 
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H 


1 8/05/1989 B 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 5/10/1989 C 


1 


N T33 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


1 7/19/1989 C 
1 11/18/1989 C 
1 11/28/1989 B 
1 11/29/1989 C 

1 11/30/1989 C 

2 12/01/1989 A 

1 12/06/1989 C 

2 12/19/1989 C 


1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


N T33 
N T33 
N T33 
N T33 
N T33 
N T33 
N T32 
N T33 


H 


1 6/14/1989 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 5/16/1989 A 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 8/09/1989 C 


2 


N T33 


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


1 3/16/1989 C 
1 4/13/1989 C 
1 4/13/1989 C 
1 4/27/1989 C 
1 5/10/1989 C 
1 5/11/1989 C 
1 5/11/1989 C 
1 5/13/1989 C 
1 6/14/1989 C 

1 6/21/1989 C 

2 6/30/1989 A 
1 7/04/1989 C 
1 7/06/1989 C 
1 8/09/1989 C 
1 9/13/1989 C 
1 12/13/1989 C 


1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N T33 

1 N T33 

2 N T33 
1 P N T33 
1 N T33 


H 


1 6/30/1989 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 8/05/1989 B 


1 


N T33 


H 

S 
H 


2 10/17/1989 C 
2 10/17/1989 C 
2 12/08/1989 C 


1 N R63 
1 P N C61 
3 N R63 



H 2 8/04/1989 C 1 P P 



2 1/31/1989 B 

1 6/22/1989 C 

2 6/25/1989 A 
2 6/25/1989 B 
1 9/20/1989 C 



P N T33 
P N T33 
P P T32 
P N T33 
N R53 



H 2 11/17/1989 A 1 N T33 



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0,FOR &aS T anC8 PUNT IS CLOSING 

QXFORD^POLICE BEPTN JQ ^ 

STING: US VIDEO PUTS THE 'INFAMOUS' IN DRUG BUST 

° XF %UM« I OT HIN CONCRETE WHEN YOU FILL OUT ONE OF THEIR FORMS 

0XFOR OXraD'uNIvlsiTY PRESS ANNOUNCES PLANS TO BUILD MO MILLION WAREHOUSE 

WW ANOnM%NORS°FINANCE TRIP FOR EIGHT STUTOTSFROM OXFORD 
T^'SSflVEY SPARKS COLA BATTLE AT WEBB HIGH SCHOOL __ 
FRIDAY SPECIAL DAY FORASHLEY EARNHARDT IN HOMETOWN OXFORD 
WEBB WONDERS WORK SCHOOL LIBRARY 

OXFORD WEBB HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
SCOTT'S 28 POWER KNIGHTS BY WARRIORS 
WEBB NIPS DHS 
WEBB STUDENT SIGNS 
WARRIORS OVERPOWER S. GRANVILLE 

OXFORD WEBB HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

LlS ^'StM »™a™? Wl HILL SHUTS OUT RIVAL ORMS 

WARRIORS HAVE DANGEROUS GAMQREAKER IN LINDSEY 

WEBB CONTINUES TO WIN THE CLOSE ONES 

WARRIOR RALLY BLASTS ROCKETS 

WEBB RIPS HILLSIDE, KEEPS PERFECT RECORD 

WIMBUSH, VANCE ROUT WEBB, 34-7 

^SSe&PORT RECEIVES 1332,000 GRANT 

0XYGE LEN0X BAKER FIRE HURTS 1; 75 EVACUATED 

OYSTERS 

SEE ALSO SHELLFISH 
OYSTERS AWEI6H 

0ZON£ 

WHEN NIMBY TAKES A BACK SEAT 

ShSSSS RVKhu area in RISKY MIX.. 

Kp^^MI^irCENTER TO STUDY AIR POLLUTION 
EPA: DURHAM HAS MODERATE DIRTY-AIR LEVEL 

WM S^ToS STOP D*AGE TO OZONE LAYER 

PACE AWARD 

SEE PEGGY MANN AWARD 

PCB (POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS) 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 
WARD TRANSFORMER FACES FORECLOSURE ON DEBTS 



H 1 6/16/1989 C 1 N T33 



H 1 6/02/1989 C 
H 2 6/18/1989 A 



1 N T33 
1 N M51 



H 2 3/26/1989 D 6 P N T33 



H 2 4/21/1989 A 9 N 



H 1 1/18/1989 C 

H 2 2/24/1989 A 

H 2 3/18/1989 B 

H 2 4/15/1989 B 



H 2 1/14/1989 D 

H 2 1/20/1989 B 

H 2 2/25/1989 B 

S 2 12/02/1989 C 



1 N 
1 N J40 

1 P N T33 

2 P U M66 



2 N M64 

2 N 

1 P P K30 

3 P N A76 



8/23/1989 D 

9/09/1989 D 

9/14/1989 D 

9/14/1989 D 

9/16/1989 D 

9/30/1989 D 

10/07/1989 D 



F P52 
N W55 
N W55 
N B40 
N G50 
N W55 
N B40 



H 1 12/21/1989 C 
S 2 1/26/1989 A 



1 P N T33 
1 P N B53 



H 2 10/18/1989 B 1 P F Zll 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

CHH 

H 



1/10/1989 
6/29/1989 
7/12/1989 
7/13/1989 
7/17/1989 
7/27/1989 
10/06/1989 
10/12/1989 



E 

N C60 
N C60 
N 

N K65 
N 
N 
N K65 



H 2 8/24/1989 A 1 N 



PCP (WOOD PRESERVATIVE, PESTICIDE; PENTAOCOROPHENCL) 

OIL LEAKS INTO WELL FROM TANK AT STORE _____ _._ u 

Mi rEaSfsviifE 1 ^ KM BMW 

sraa/ft ^^f^Ti^ amass °°- i 



1/15/1989 B 
2/10/1989 C 
2/15/1989 C 
3/30/1989 C 
3/31/1989 C 
6/22/1989 C 
6/23/1989 C 



N P41 
N R53 
N P41 
N P41 
N 

N K65 
N K65 



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PDQ BACH CONCERT 
DON'T HISS - 



SERPENT MAKES SWEET MUSIC 



PERSON-ALITY (ACRONYM) 

SEE PERSON-ALITY FESTIVAL 

PET (POSITIVE EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY) 

RESEARCH AT DUKE COULD LEAD TO SAVING HEART MUSCLE 

PMS 

SEE PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME 

PRI ASSOCIATES, INC. 

BUSINESS BRIEFING/DURHAM COMPANY'S SOFTWARE MATCHES BUSINESSES, 

PTA THRIFT SHOPS 

SUGGS NAMED PTA THRIFT SHOP MANAGER 

PERMIT REVIEU WON'T DELAY PTA LAND BUY 

BLAZE OF GLORY 

PTA BUYS PROPERTY FOR EXPANSION 

HEARING, VOTE SCHEDULED FOR TWO CARRBORO PERMITS 

EXPANSION OF PTA THRIFT SHOP APPROVED 

PTA BREAKS GROUND AT THRIFT SHOP 

THRIFT SHOP PONDERS PAYMENT OF WATERLINE RELOCATION 

PTA'S SHOP GAINS LEVERAGE IN TALKS WITH 0UA3A STAFF 

ASBESTOS FOUND IN PIPE EXACAVATED AT PTA SHOP 

OUASA WILL PAY, ADERHOLT SUGGESTS 

WORKERS RELOCATE THRIFT SHOP WATERLINE 



H 2 9/25/1989 A 6 U 1466 



S 2 7/21/1989 C 1 N 



WORKERS H 2 1/22/1989 DAN 



PTL 

SEE PRAISE THE LORD 

P.U.S.H. (PLAY UNITS FOR THE SEVERELY HANDICAPPED) 
SEE CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 



THE PACKAGE (FILM) 

A DIZZYING SPY-THRILLER; 



'THE PACKAGE' 



PAIDEIA PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S., REFORM 
PAIDEIA PROGRAM GETS ♦25,000 GRANT 
20 NAMED TO PAIDEIA BOARD 

PAIN 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, PAIN CLINIC 
A PAINFUL AREA OF STUDY 
TINY BABIES RESPOND TO PAIN, STUDY SUGGESTS 

PAIN RELIEVERS 

SEE ALSO ASPIRIN 

SEE ALSO ENDORPHINS (NATURAL MORPHINE) 
SELECTION OF OVER-THE-COUNTER ANALGESICS REQUIRES CARE 
PAIN PATIENTS FACE DILEMMA OF FINDING SAFE ANALGESIC 
STUDY BELIES NOTION THAT PREMATURE BABIES DON'T FEEL PAIN 

PAINT 

SEE ALSO HOUSE PAINTING 
SEE ALSO RESTORATION AND PRESERVATION 
JUST-RIGHT WEATHER 

PAINTING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO HOUSE PAINTING 
DUELLING POLE PAINTERS 
BEATING THE RAIN 
PAINTING PARTNERS 

PAINTINGS 

SEE ALSO ART 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



2/26/1989 

4/07/1989 

4/16/1989 

4/28/1989 

5/15/1989 

5/17/1989 

10/29/1989 

11/12/1989 

11/18/1989 

11/22/1989 

11/23/1989 

12/27/1989 



N 

N C62 
P T44 
N 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N M25 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N M25 



H 2 10/13/1989 D 16 P R S92 



CHH 1 7/27/1989 A 
CHH 1 9/19/1989 A 



CHH 1 2/24/1989 A 
CHH 1 7/05/1989 A 



5 N 
7 P N 



3 P N S17 
2 N 



S 2 5/10/1989 A 11 U 
S 2 5/24/1989 A 6 U 
H 2 7/06/1989 C 1 N C60 



CHH 1 4/15/1989 A 3 P P L38 



H 2 5/02/1989 C 
CHH 1 8/15/1989 A 
CHH 1 10/24/1989 A 



1 P P K30 
1 P P L38 
3 P P L38 



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^AINTING^SOtIo CHAPEL HILL AFTER PROTEST IN ELIZABETH CITY 
'LIBBA' COTTEN REMEMBERED 

" ^A^S^ING ITS ACTS TO DOWNTOWN 

W8K BUHEe'WA OTHERS OFFER AFRICAN .EAT 

PALESTINE 

SEE ALSO EGYPT 
SEE ALSO ISRAEL 

AUTHOR ADVOCATES PALESTINIAN PEOPLE CREATE OWN STATE 

THE HUMILIATION OF GOING HOME 

PALESTINE LIBERATION ORGANIZATION 
SEE ALSO EGYPT 
SEE ALSO ISRAEL 
SEE ALSO TERRORISM _ „ 

PEACE MOVES UNCLEAR, MIDEAST UATCHERS SAY 

NOW UE WELCOME PLO LEADERS 

ISRAEL SHOULD RECONSIDER 

PROFESSOR URGES CONTINUED MIDEAST INITIATIVE , mmmm 

PEACE ACTIVISTS SAY PALESTINIAN UPRISING STRIKES FAMILIAR CHORD 

PAMLICO RIVER 

•HOT SPOTS' OF TOXINS ARE FOUND IN PAMLICO 
GROUPS SAY WASTEWATER PLANTS POLLUTING RIVERS 

PAN AMERICAN HEALTH ORGANIZATION ™™ TV ,o 
LATIN AMERICANS BEGIN ANTI-POLLUTION TRAINING 

PANAMA 

^^TIME FOR RESTRAINT; BUSH'S SUPPORT FOR CHINESE STUDENTS FIRM BUT... 
HELMS SAYS NORIEGA SHOT MAJOR, ATTACKS WHITE HOUSE INACTION 
UTS/FORCES TOY TO OUST NORIEGA/N.C.CONGRESSMEN BACK BUSH'S ACTION 

^^^fED'AS^sf^Ss^S^^MA, BOUNTY OFFERED FOR DICATOR 

HELMS! NORIEGA'S DAYS NUMBERED mmrvnr , 

DUKE PROFESSORS REALISTIC ON PANAMA PROSPECTS 

PRESIDENT KEPT HIS PLAN UNDER WRAPS 2 DAYS 

CAMP LEJEtM MARINE AMONG THOSE KILLED DURING INVASION 

AT FORT BRAGG, MEDIA GETS SILENT TREATMENT 

NEW BEGINNING FOR PANAMA 

HELMS: NORIEGA CAN BE CAPTURED 

S°S' WlN^^FKANAMA TO THE PHILIPPINES 

A LESSON LEARNED 

GEN. NORIEGA'S NOT SO BAD? 

NO ARMY AND NO WAY OUT mpr „___. 

GOVERNOR: HELMS 'RIGHT ALL ALONG' ABOUT NORIEGA 

VATICAN SHOULD STOP GIVING AID TO NORIEGA 

PANAMA, ELECTIONS 

NORIEGA MAY SUCCEED IN OUSTING HIMSELF 

P6NT.6KF SALE 

^^THERE'S A LOT OF DOUGH IN THOSE PANCAKES 
FORGET YOUR DIET 

PANCREAS-KIDNEY TRANSPLANT 
SEE ALSO KIDNEY TRANSPLANTS 
SEE ALSO ORGAN DONORS AND TRANSPLANTS 
DUKE PERFORMS PANCREAS-KIDNEY TRANSPLANT 
1ST PANCREAS-KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PATIENT AT DUKE 'DOING WELL' 

PANCREATIC CANCER 
OFF Al ^fl HANCER 
DUKE RESEARCH SEEKS VACCINE FOR PANCREATIC CANCER 



H 2 3/09/1989 C 
CHH 1 10/29/1989 A 



H 2 7/31/1989 A 
H 2 8/11/1989 D 
H 2 11/10/1989 D 



N 
P P T44 



CHH 1 
H 2 



CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



9/23/1989 A 
12/10/1989 D 



1/03/1989 A 
3/16/1989 A 
3/28/1989 A 
8/18/1989 A 
11/15/1989 A 



6 P U W66 
6 P N 
1 P F 659 



3 P N S17 
1 P N 



3 P N C62 

4 E 
4 E 

2 N 

3 P N S17 



H 2 1/22/1989 B 7 N 
H 2 8/09/1989 C 1 N 



H 2 9/05/1989 B 1 N K65 



5/24/1989 
10/06/1989 
12/20/1989 
12/20/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/21/1989 
12/22/1989 
12/23/1989 
12/26/1989 
12/27/1989 
. 12/28/1989 B 
2 12/28/1989 A 



E 

N 

N Yll 

N E33 

N 

N 

N R63 

N 

N 

N S69 

E 

N E33 

E 

N S69 

N 

E 

E 

N L40 

E 



S 2 5/16/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 2/12/1989 A 
H 2 11/04/1989 A 



S 2 7/21/1989 C 
H 2 7/22/1989 A 



1 P P T44 
4 E 



1 N 
1 P N C60 



S 2 11/02/1989 A 9 N 



FANSIES 



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1/01/1989 - 12/31/1989 



PARAGUAY 

NCCU TO TRAIN PARAGUAYANS 

PARAKEETS 

SEE ALSO BIRDS 
JOEY THE PARAKEET DOES INDEED TALK, AFTER INITIAL RETICENCE 

PARAMEDICS 

SEE EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS 

PARAQUAT 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS SEEK INFORMATION ON DEATHS OF DOGS 

PARATROOPERS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, PARACHUTES 
BOY SEEKS STAMP MARKING PARATROOPS' 50TH ANNIVERSARY 

PARENT EDUCATION 

PARENTS CAN SHARE EXPERIENCES IN GROUP 
WORKSHOP SERIES OFFERS EXPERTISE TO PARENTS 
FROGRAM HELPS PARENTS OF ADOLESCENTS 
PARENTS, TEENS WORK AT "BRIDGING THE GAP" 

PARENT-TO-PARENT PROJECT 

SEE ALSO CHILD ADVOCACY COMMISSION 
'PARENT TO PARENT' FROGRAM POPULAR 
EDUCATING PARENTS 



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PANSIES ARE DAINTY, COLORFUL AND TOUGH 

THE PANTRY (JONES FERRY ROAD) 

POLICE LOG/LOCAL STORE IS ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 

THE PANTRY (N.C. 55 AND RIDDLE ROAD) 

TORNADO CARVES UP DURHAM; EMPLOYEES FLEE DARK CLOUD, SOUTH DURHAM STORE 
TEAMS ASSESS DURHAM TORNADO DAMAGE 

PAP SMEARS 

SEE ALSO CERVICAL CANCER 
OVARIAN CANCER CONTINUES TO BE KILLER BECAUSE DOCTORS LACK SCREENING... 
PAP SMEARS URGED FOR SEXUALLY-ACTIVE WOMEN 

PAPER STOCK DEALERS 

OVERSUPPLY MAY SLOW DURHAM RECYCLING 

PARA-DIOXANE 

CROUD WATER FOUND TAINTED BY DUKE DUMP 
DUKE CANDIDNESS WELCOME 

PARADE MAGAZINE 

STUDENT'S PHOTOGRAPH FEATURED IN MAGAZINE 

PARADE OF EXCELLENCE 

CENTRAL STUDENTS HIT BOOKS FOR CHANCE TO 'LOOK PROUD' 

PARADE OF HOMES 

PARADE OF HOMES 

READY TO GO 

BUILDERS SHOW OFF PARADE WINNERS 

1989 PARADE OF HOMES LOCATOR MAP 

PARADES 

SEE ALSO BEAT BOOK PARADE 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS PARADES, DURHAM 

'THINK YOU'RE GOOD?'; ORANGE HIGH BAND, 'HISTORIC HILLSBOROUGH' ON.,. CHH 1 

•KEEPER OF THE CLOCK' WON'T RIDE HISTORIC FLOAT CHH 1 

TUENTY YEARS LATER; ORANGE CO. RESIDENTS TO JOIN GAY RIGHTS MARCH CHH 1 

•GAY PRIDE' SPEAKERS URGE DEFEAT OF HELMS H 2 

THE PARADE GOES BY H 2 

ORANGE HIGH SINGERS JOIN MACY'S MARCH CHH 1 



H 2 12/10/1989 E 9 P U 



CHH 1 3/03/1989 A 7 N 



2 5/06/1989 A 
2 5/06/1989 A 



1 P N C47 
1 P N S92 



H 2 4/11/1989 B 2 C N C60 
H 2 6/04/1989 B 3 N 



S 2 7/10/1989 A 1 N M06 



H 2 11/15/1989 A 1 N N36 
H 2 12/02/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 12/08/1989 A 3 N 
CHH 1 5/01/1989 A 1 P N M25 



H 2 9/27/1989 D 5 P P T32 

S 2 9/27/1989 C 9 P P T32 

H 2 10/08/1989 F 1 P N C60 

H 2 10/14/1989 C 4 M A 



1/07/1989 A 
1/07/1989 A 
6/22/1989 A 
6/25/1989 B 
10/15/1989 B 
11/25/1989 A 



3 P N H90 
3 N 
3 P N S17 
1 P N S22 
1 P P R56 
3 P N H90 



S 2 5/12/1989 A 7 N 



H 2 5/14/1989 B 1 U N36 



H 1 1/18/1989 C 10 N T35 



S 2 8/24/1989 A 10 N 



S 2 3/07/1989 B 1 P F S27 

S 2 3/30/1989 A 6 P F S27 

S 2 4/06/1989 A 6 P F S27 

CHH 1 11/05/1989 A 3 P N D38 



2 9/07/1989 A 1 N B53 
2 10/16/1989 C 1 P P S76 



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Y SUBJECTS 



PACE 864 
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S I T 

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-DATE — C -TO L P BYL 



f ^aMM keds tosh legal bypass mmamm 

^TIOtt-CONSENTMLL, RIVAL BILL GO TO SUBCOMMITTEE 
pSALcSI ISSUE K BE SWEPT UNDER RUG, STATE SENATOR? SAY 
ABORTION CONSENT MEASURE IS STILL PRODUCING DEBATE 
ABORTION P^ENTAL^SENT BILL HINGES ON AFFORDABILITY 
MOTHER OF DURHAM YOUTH WITH LEGAL WOES GOES TO JAIL 

PAREN UJC^SS I CONCEPTION HAKES MESSY -PARENTHOOD' 

PARIS, FRANCE 

SE GoS F GTrCHANCE TO SHOOT FOR PARIS 

PARK_ STATE I OKS TOWN'S 1ST PARK-AND-RIDE LOT 

PAR SEE G ALSC S CHAPEL HILL, N.C., PARKING AREAS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, PARKING 
SEE ALSO GARAGES 

Kli'^WS ENLIVEN THE JOB AT PARKING GARAGES 
JOB REQUIRES SMILING PATIENCE 
PARKING LOT LOSES PUBLIC SPACES 

ffig 35S SKs OUT «E» .1,937 A MONTH... 
WHEN TALL COSTS THE MOST 

ggg fflc^^^ILLfoNW^KING DECKS AT AMERICAN TOBACCO 
AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT WILL DOUBLE DOWNTOWN 
PARK-AND-ttALK PROBLEMS 
TAXES SUBSIDIZE PARKING 

^KffiT^^S PARKING SLOTS 

PARKS, DURHAM _ _ rmT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM RECREATION DEPT. 
SEE ALSO ENO RIVER PARK 
SEE ALSO NORTHGATE PARK 

SE DURHAM SSs fl SBREra»Tl« COMES A LONG WAY OVER THE YEARS 
SUMMER RECREATION (SPECIAL SECTION) 
GIRLS' DAY AT THE PARK 
BUILDERS MAY ESCAPE 'DOUBLE JEOPARDY' 

M^MlM& GUI* (3PCCIAL SECTION) 
DURHAM PARK GETS JUMP-START 
NEW GAZEBO IN CITY PARK 

PARKS, DURHAM, SWIMMING POOLS 

^ITY^IJ«l\« N pCaS L pROVIDE RELIEF FROM STEAMY WEATHER 

PARKS, N.C. _ „.««„. 

SEE ALSO ADOPT-A-PARK PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO AMUSEMENT PARKS 

I ^ R."HUtW P^KS AND RECREATION 

WWUVIm* STATE PARKS 
CHEROKEE MAY HOST RESORT STATEPARK 
PARK SYSTEM MAY GET MAJOR BUDGET BOOST 
WHERE'S THE MONEY FOR PARKS'' 
STATE PARK SOUGHT ON LUMBER RIVER 

BILL TO ACQUIRE LAND FOR PARK RUNS INTO SNAG _™. 
STATE PARKS EXPECTED TO ATTRACT MANY VISITORS THIS WEEKEND 



S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 



4/01/1989 A 
4/05/1989 B 
5/30/1989 C 
6/16/1989 C 
7/03/1989 A 
10/18/1989 A 



Oil 



1 P N S82 



H 2 8/11/1989 D 3 P R S66 

H 2 5/28/1989 C 6 N C49 
CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 1 N M70 



S 
H 

H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 



S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 



2/23/1989 C 

3/26/1989 B 

3/26/1989 B 

5/08/1989 C 

5/10/1989 

5/13/1989 

7/24/1989 

8/19/1989 

8/20/1989 

8/23/1989 

9/02/1989 



9/03/1989 D 



P S76 
N P38 
N P38 
N C61 
P 

N C61 
E 
E 
J 
J 
E 
E 



S 2 8/15/1989 C 1 M N C61 



4/19/1989 H 
4/25/1989 D 
5/25/1989 
7/13/1989 
8/19/1989 
8/29/1989 
9/11/1989 
10/25/1989 



F A76 
P F 
P P M66 

N C61 
M N C61 
D F 

N C61 
P P S76 



S 2 7/10/1989 C 1 P N T77 



s 


9 


1/06/1989 C 


1 


N M06 


s 


2 


1/11/1989 C 


6 


N 


H 


9 

£ 


3/06/1989 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/11/1989 A 


4 


E 


H 


5 


4/08/1989 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/27/1989 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/27/1989 C 


1 


N Bll 



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1/01/1989 



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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



HOLIDAY CROUDS TAKE TO PARKS 
VISITOR FEES COULD HELP STATE'S PARKS 
GRANT TO EXPAND ADOPT-A-PARK PROGRAH 

PARKS, N.C., ATTENDANCE 

2.2 MILLION VISITORS DRAWN TO AREA LAKES, PARKS IN 1988 

PARKS, N.C., BUDGET 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY AGAIN IGNORED PARKS 

PARKS, N.C., FEES 

N.C. RECREATION AREAS MAY HAVE TO ADD FEES 

PARKS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, PARKS 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, PARKS 
SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C, PARKS 
SEE ALSO OCCONEECHEE MOUNTAIN PARK 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY CENTER (PROPOSED) 
LUNSFORD WANTS MORE INFO ON SCHOOL-SIDE PARK 

PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT. 
SEE DURHAM RECREATION DEPT. 

PARKSIDE 70 (SHOPPING CENTER) 

NEIGHBORHOOD SPECIALTY CENTER 






PARKUOOD ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

SOUTH DURHAM WANTS A LITTLE LEAGUE TEAM 

PARKUOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
TOP PATROL 

PARKUOOD RENOVATION RUNS BEHIND 
PARKUOOD ELEMENTARY BEATS RENOVATION DEADLINE 

PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 
SEE PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

PAROLE 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF ADULT PROBATION AND PAROLES 
SEE ALSO N.C PAROLE COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO PROBATION 
SEE ALSO TROY HOUSE 

INSIGHT/N.C PRISON MESS NOT EASILY FIXED 

EARLY PAROLES UNWARRANTED 

SLAIN POLICE CHIEF'S FAMILY FIGHTS PAROLE OF HIS KILLER 

EARLY-PAROLE CRIME LIST NEEDS TIGHTENING 

EARLY PAROLE BECAUSE OF CROWDING HAS JUDGES, PROSECUTORS UPSET 

STATE MUST BITE BULLET TO SOLVE PRISON CRISIS 

MAN CONVICTED OF KILLING BROTHER IN '80 UP FOR PAROLE 

INSTRUCTION MIXES MESSAGE TO JURORS 

INMATE SAYS HE'LL FILE LAWSUIT OVER DELAYED PAROLE RELEASE 

EARLY INMATE RELEASES DO NOT SERVE JUSTICE 

HEROIN ARREST BRINGS PAROLE-RULE CHARGE 

KILLER'S SHORT PRISON STAY SPARKS ANGER 

LT. GOV. SAYS HE'S DISGUSTED WITH PLAN TO FREE MCCOMBS 

GOV. MARTIN CALLS MCCOMBS' PAROLE DECISION 'A MISTAKE' 

OFFICER'S KIN RAPS PAROLE COMMISSION 

OFFICER'S KIN RAPS PAROLE COMMISSION 

MARTIN, GARDNER RAP KILLER'S PAROLE 

MCCOMBS PLANS TO STAY IN CHARLOTTE, ATTORNEY SAYS 

CONVICTED MURDERER MAY LEAVE JAIL SATURDAY 

GULLEY, ROYAL OPPOSE RELEASE 

MCCOMBS CALLED VALUED WORKER 

MOST PRISONERS GET EARLY PAROLE 

GARDNER TO OFFER EVIDENCE TO BLOCK PAROLE 

JUDGE: PAROLE BOARD DIDN'T WEIGH EVIDENCE 

MCCOMBS PUT ON PAROLE DESPITE GARDNER'S PLEA 

MCCOMBS PUT ON PAROLE DESPITE GARDNER'S PLEA 



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H 2 5/30/1989 C 1 P N C60 
S 2 6/06/1989 A 4 E 
H 1 6/13/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 2 1/20/1989 C 1 N H60 
S 2 8/22/1989 A 4 E 
S 2 1/18/1989 A 15 N 



CHH 1 6/09/1989 A 2 N M25 

H 2 12/17/1989 F 1 P P T37 
S 2 10/03/1989 D 5 N M06 



S 2 2/03/1989 C 3 P P S73 
S 2 8/04/1989 A 1 P N S92 
S 2 8/25/1989 A 1 N S92 



CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
S 2 



1/01/1989 

1/06/1989 

1/11/1989 

1/23/1989 

2/19/1989 

2/21/1989 

3/26/1989 

5/17/1989 

6/28/1989 

11/20/1989 

11/21/1989 

11/28/1989 

11/28/1989 

11/29/1989 

11/29/1989 

11/29/1989 

11/29/1989 

11/30/1989 

11/30/1989 

11/30/1989 

11/30/1989 

11/30/1989 

12/01/1989 

12/01/1989 

12/02/1989 

12/02/1989 



U L40 
L 
N 
E 

P N S32 
E 

N H90 
E 

P N H90 
E 

N B53 
N S32 
N B53 
N L40 
N S82 
N S22 
N B53 
N 

P N B53 
N E33 
N 
N B53 

P N B53 
N B53 
N S22 
N L40 






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1/01/1989 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1969 



SUBJECTS 



PASTA; NOT JUST PRETTY SHAPES 

PASTA EMBODIES SIMPLICITY, VERSATILITY 

FAT SEE S TRIANGLE UNIVERSITIES LICENSING CONSORTIUM 



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SLAIN OFFICER'S BROTHER SEEKS PAROLE EXPLANATION 

PAROLE BOARD FREES ACCUSED DEPUTY KILLER 

VICTIM'S WIDOW CRITICIZES PAROLE rmrr ^ 

MAY PAROLEE WAS CONVICTED IN CASE WHERE DEPUTY KILLED 

VICTIM'S DAUGHTER OPPOSES PAROLE IN KURDER CASE 

PAROLE BOARD DEFENDS ACTION Cf RHJZASIN6 GLENN 

SLAIN OFFICER'S RELATIVES INVITED TO ATTEND VIGIL 

GLEN* LIVING IN WAKE COUNTY 

STEPHENS CHOSE NOT TO OPEN PAROLE HEARING 

DA WANTS PUBLIC PAROLE HEARINGS 

Sns'STS K^PAROLE FOR ALL H^M PRISONERS 

DA REACTED TOO LATE 

A VIGIL FOR THE VICTIMS 

PUBLIC PAROLE REVIEWS WOULD CREATE NIGHTMARE 

COLOMBO: OPEN PAROLE HEARINGS TUC-CCNSUMING 

PAROLE OFFICIALS DON'T HAVE TO ALLOW PUBLIC HEARINGS 

PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW WHY PAROLES GRANTED 

PARROTS 

LAB SEEKS TO UNLOCK PARROTT FEVER MYSTERIES 

PART TIME JOBS 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, N.C. 

S ^P£ES^RE Y S«jllNG S RANKS OF TEMPORARY WORKERS ARMY/BUSINESS BRIEFING 

PARTIES 

^AR^GAMEf BECOME THE SOCIAL RAK 
'GOING WILD' IS TIHE-HGNOFED TRADITION 
FRAT GETS PERMIT FOR BURN BENEFIT ^^ 

ANNUAL TINY TOTS' TEATIHE GOES OVER BIG IN CARRBORO 
PARK LARK 

CASOALVCOSTLY, SPOOKY OR SPORTY, THE PARTY GOES ON 

fS 1 ORIENTED COMPANY CHRISTMAS PARTIES BECOMING NORM 

PARTNERS IN ECUMENISM „„,„„ 
SEE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

PARTNERSHIPS IN ™CATION PROGRAM 

SE PERS0N COuKaRTNERS INEDUCATION ADOPT PROGRAM, SEEK $50,000 BUDGET 

^sKs^? ffls A CULTURE WASPS' NEST 

PASQUOTANK COUNTY, N.C. __ M ^, mi 
PASGUOTAI* FUNDING IDEA MAY CATCH ON 

m %S£^^WBTtam£ A FIRST-CLASS ETHNIC RESTAURANT 

PASSIVE SMOKING __„„ 
SEE TOBACCO, HEALTH EFFECTS 

PASSOVER 

SEE ALSO HANUKKAH 

SEE ALSO JEWS 

SEE ALSO JUDEA REFORM CONGREGATION _ _ TrATT „, 

PREPARATIONS FOR SEDER MEAL BEGIN PASSOVER CELEBRATION 

JEWS BEGIN PASSOVER HOLIDAY TODAY 

PASSOVER! THE FREEDOM FESTIVAL 

PASTA 



s 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


H 




H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 



12/02/1989 

12/07/1989 

12/07/1989 

12/08/1989 

12/09/1989 

12/11/1989 

12/12/1989 

12/12/1989 

12/15/1989 

12/15/1989 

12/16/1989 

12/16/1989 

12/17/1989 D 

12/18/1989 A 

12/20/1989 C 

12/21/1989 A 

12/28/1989 A 

12/30/1989 A 



N C61 

N B53 

N B53 

N 

N 

N B53 
P N B53 

N B53 
P N S82 

N B53 

N 

N S82 

E 

E 

N S82 

N B53 

N B53 

E 



CHH 1 11/24/1989 A 6 P N 



H 2 3/19/1989 D 6 N 



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



1/17/1989 B 
1/24/1989 D 
3/10/1989 A 
7/30/1989 A 
8/17/1989 B 
12/21/1989 A 
12/25/1989 C 



F G59 
N A76 
N 

N M20 
P T32 
N W66 
N K65 



H 1 5/03/1989 C 1 N T33 

H 2 3/10/1989 D 4 P R L59 

S 2 3/10/1989 A 5 J Oil 

H 2 6/02/1989 D 4 P R D77 



CHH 1 4/18/1989 A 3 P N S17 
H 2 4/19/1989 C 1 N A54 
H 2 4/21/1989 A 4 E 



2 9/06/1989 B 
2 10/18/1989 C 



1 D F Zll 
1 P F S27 



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12/31/1989 



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SEE U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

PATHOLOGY 

DUKE PATHOLOGY DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN TO RESIGN 

PATIENT RIGHTS 

SEE HEALTH CARE, PATIENT RIGHTS 
SEE MENTAL PATIENTS RIGHTS 

PATTERSON ROAD 

REZONING CASE DELAYED BY QUESTIONS ABOUT OFFICIAL'S INVOLVEMENT ... 

PAVILION ON FRANKLIN 

'PAVILION' TO DISPLACE CAT'S CRADLE 

$11 MILLION COMPLEX TO REPLACE FAILED UADDELL PROJECT 

PAVING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO CONTRACTS 
POLICE LOG/FOR $800, UOMAN GETS 20 MINUTES OF PAVING 

PAWNSHOPS 

POLICE NAB 2 IN DURHAM PAWN SHOP THEFTS 

SUSPECTS SNARED AFTER 7-HOUR CHASE (CORRECTED 2-5-89) 

POLICE HOLD 3 IN PAW SHOP THEFTS (CORRECTED 2-6-89) 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTION 

CORRECTIONS 

POLICE AGAIN RE-IDENTIFY PAWN SHOP THEFT SUSPECT 

SUSPECT'S IDENTITY CONFIRMED 

CRITICS SAY BILL WOULD GIVE PAWNBROKERS BONANZA IN INTEREST 

PAWNBROKERS' BILL OKS 264X ANNUAL LOAN INTEREST 

SENATE PANEL APPROVES RIGS WITH TRAILERS MEASURING 53 FEET 

SENATE DELAYS CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON DWI BILL 

PAWNSHOP BREAK-IN BRINGS 6-YEAR TERM 

PAYROLL TAX 

SEE ALSO INCOME TAXES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SALARIES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO WAGES, U.S. 

DURHAM BUILDERS DODGE PAYROLL TAX 

CONTRACTORS UNAWARE OF TAX RULES 

SOME CONTRACTORS RIMING AFOUL OF TAX LAWS, IRS INVESTIGATION FINDS 

PEACE 

SEE ALSO LOCAL GRASSROOTS PEACEMAKER AWARD 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTER FOR PEACE EDUCATION 

LEFTISTS WEAKEN NATION'S DEFENSE 

'PILGRIMAGE' BEGINS IN HILLSBOROUGH 

MARCHERS BEGIN CENTRAL AMERICA 'PEACE PILGRIMAGE' 

TRUCK CONVOY WILL VISIT DURHAM 

SETTING SAIL FOR PEACE; BYNUM STORYTELLER TO BE ON DECK... 

MOMENTS OF SILENCE KEPT FOR WORLD PEACE 

EVENT TO HONOR PEACE ACTIVIST 

OUTREACH PROGRAMS LINKED TO SPREAD OF DEMOCRACY 

PEACE ACTIVISTS SAY PALESTINIAN UPRISING STRIKES FAMILIAR CHORD 

PEACE COLLEGE 

DURHAM COUPLE GIVES $2.5 MILLION TO PEACE COLLEGE 
5 GRADUATE FROM PEACE 

PEACE CORPS 

PEACE CORPS OFFICIAL TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

PEACE OFFICERS MEMORIAL DAY 
SEE ALSO MEMORIAL DAY 
SEE ALSO N.C. HIGHWAY PATROL 
SEE ALSO POLICE, N.C, DEATHS 
DURHAM POLICE PAY TRIBUTE TO SLAIN OFFICERS 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 5/13/1989 C 1 N C60 



H 2 2/15/1989 D 9 N A54 



CHH 1 


11/21/1989 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


11/21/1989 A 


1 P N M70 


H 2 


8/10/1989 C 


3 N M51 


S 2 


2/03/1989 A 


1 P N B53 


CHH 1 


2/04/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


S 2 


2/04/1989 A 


1 P N T37 


H 2 


2/05/1989 B 


1 N 


CHH 1 


2/06/1989 A 


1 N 


S 2 


2/06/1989 A 


2 N 


H 2 


2/07/1989 C 


1 N M51 


CHH 1 


2/08/1989 A 


1 N 


H 2 


5/01/1989 A 


9 N 


S 2 


5/03/1989 A 


5 J Oil 


H 2 


6/22/1989 B 


4 P N 


H 2 


7/12/1989 D 


4 N 


S 2 10/20/1989 C 


1 N B53 



S 2 


6/14/1989 A 


1 N M06 


S 2 


6/15/1989 A 


1 N K06 


H 2 


6/16/1989 C 


2 N 


CHH 1 


1/16/1989 A 


4 P U 


CHH 1 


3/19/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


3/20/1989 A 


1 P N R63 


S 2 


7/11/1989 A 


6 N 


H 2 


7/13/1989 B 


1 P N Zll 


CHH 1 


10/25/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


10/30/1989 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


11/12/1989 A 


3 N H90 


CHH 1 


11/15/1989 A 


3 P N S17 


H 2 


2/14/1989 C 


4 N 


S 2 


5/22/1989 A 


6 N 



H 2 2/16/1989 C 2 N 



H 2 5/13/1989 C 1 P N C47 



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PEACH BOUL 

SEE N^C^STATeI^IV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL, PEACH BOUL 

PEACHES 

PEACHY KEEN 

PEARL HARBOR 

SFF At SO UfRLD WAR I 
OXFORD WOMAN HELPS VISITORS AT MEMORIAL IN PEARL HARBOR 

pCAMAII PLAN 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., DESEGREGATION 
INSIGHT/AN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS 

PEARSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
DARE GRADUATION 
READY TO BAG IT 
TOP SAFETY PATROLS 

FtARS pEAR^ C GIVES CREDIT TO HERALD SUN PAPERS (AD) 

PEARSONTOUN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
PAIR UP FOR FAIRNESS 
WOODCROFT SCHOOL PLAN APPROVED 
NEW ELEMENTARY DISTRICTS APPROVED _„„„„, 
PRINCIPLE, NOT POLITICS, SHOULD GUIDE DECISIONS 
STUDENTS BID FARWELL TO COBLE 
PEARSONTOUN 'PARTNERS IN EXCELLENCE' 
READING FOR BOOKS -.-... 

WING OF SCHOOL RUINED BUT CLASSES.T0BE HELD 
PEARSONTOWN CLASSES MOVED DUE TO STORM 
DESPITE DAMAGE, SCHOOL GOES ON 
COUNTY SCHOOLS SEEK TORNADO RELIEF OF $8,700 
SCHOOL SYSTEM SEEKS AID FOR REPAIRS 
PEARSONTOUN GETS DAMAGE FIXED ON TIME 
DURHAM-SOVIET CHURCHES JOINED BY MAIL 

PEA SEE ALSO ENERGY SOURCES, ALTERNATIVES 

ENVIRONMENTALISTS HAIL PEAT MINING SETTLEMENT 
CONSERVATIONISTS BID ON THE FUTURE 



'FORTRESS EUROPE' 



PEAT, MARUICK, MITCHELL AND CO. 
BUSINESSMEN LAUD ECONOMIC 

PEAT MINING 
SEE PEAT BOGS 

PEDESTRIAN MALLS 

SEE ALSO MAIN STREET FROGRAM 
SEE ALSO SHOPPING CENTERS __ 
BURLINGTON REMOVING MAIN STREET MALL 

PEDESTRIAN SAFETY 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 

BURLINGTON, ROXBORO GET SAFETY AWARDS 

AAA CITES CHAPEL HILL FOR PEDESTRIAN SAFETY 

PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, PEDESTRIAN 
.SEE ALSO INTERSECTIONS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDS _____ 
PEDESTRIAN STRUCK, KILLED BY CARS IDENTIFIED 

PEDIATRICIANS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, DISEASES 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HEALTH CARE 



CHH 1 7/16/1989 A 3 P P L38 
H 2 12/07/1989 B 1 P N 
H 2 9/10/1989 D 1 P F A20 



S 2 3/21/1989 C 5 P P T37 
S 2 4/19/1989 A 9 P P S76 
S 2 4/20/1989 A 2 P P T32 



S 2 4/19/1989 G 8 P A 



H 

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H 
H 

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S 
H 

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S 

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s 

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3/15/1989 
3/17/1989 
3/17/1989 
3/19/1989 
4/21/1989 
4/26/1989 
4/26/1989 
5/07/1989 
5/08/1989 
5/09/1989 
6/15/1989 
6/16/1989 
8/16/1989 
12/03/1989 



4 
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1 

10 

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1 

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E 

N P38 
N S92 
U 

N J40 
P M66 
P M66 
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N M06 
N J40 
N M06 
N 

N S92 
N Zll 



H 2 8/26/1989 B 3 N 
CHH 1 9/23/1989 A 4 E 



CHH 1 6/14/1989 A 3 P N B3B 



H 1 8/03/1989 C 1 P N H60 



H 1 7/19/1989 C 1 N H60 
CHH 1 7/19/1989 A 3 N L90 



H 2 1/18/1989 C 3 



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SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, N.C. 
LOCAL PHYSICIAN LAUDS REPORT ON INFANT CIRCUMCISIONS 

PEE DEE COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 

MOORE COUNTY CONSIDERS JOINING TRIANGLE J COUNCIL 

PEEPING TOM 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED FOR PEEPING AT WOMAN 

POLICE LOG/BURGLAR BATTERS SLEEPING WOMAN WITH BRICK 

POLICE CHARGE MAN AS PEEPING TOM 

PEER COUNSELING SERVICE 

SEE DUKE UNIV. OFFICE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 

PEERS AGAINST DRUGS 

SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE, PREVENTION 
STUDENTS AT NORTHERN TACKLE DRUG ABUSE 

PEGGY MANN AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
VOCALISTS SING TUNEFUL FAREWELL TO THEIR PIANIST 

THE PELICAN GUIDE TO HILLSBOROUGH 
SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH H C 
REVAMPED PELICAN Guilc'MAKES WAY BACK TO HILLSBOROUGH'S BOOKSHELVES 

PELLE THE CONQUEROR <FILM) 

'PELLE THE CONQUEROR* IS MOVING AND COMPELLING FILM 
•SLAVES' LIVELY, FUN, NO MORE; 'PELLE' GLOWS 
TRUE TO THE BOOK, FILM OF PELLE THE CONQUEROR RIGHT ON TARGET 
'PELLE' WORTHY ADDITION TO BOYHOOD CANON 

PENCILS 

LOWLY PENCIL SETS DUKE PROF WRITING 

DUKE PROFESSOR'S BOOK EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT PENCIL 

PENINSULA PILOTS (BASEBALL TEAM) 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEAGUE 
BULLS TAKE TWO FROM PENINSULA 
MALONEY'S 4 HITS KEY BULLS' OFFENSIVE SHOW 
BULLS OVERCOME ADVERSITY, PILOTS 
PILOTS RETURN FAVOR, RIP BULLS 
BULLS NIP PILOTS, CONTINUE HOT STREAK 
BIG INNING HELPS BULLS SWEEP PILOTS 

FOR THRIFT, PENINSULA IS A STEP ALONG THE WAY/BASEBALL NOTES 
BULLS HAVE A BLAST, WIN 15-8 
BULLS CLUB PILOTS 15-11 
RAIN HELPS BULLS GROUND PILOTS, 6-5 
PILOTS HOLD OFF DURHAM RALLY 

FINE STEERS STRUGGLING PILOTS TO 3-2 TRIUMPH OVER BULLS 
DEAK'S 10TH-INNING SINGLE HELPS BULLS GROUND PILOTS 
DEAK'S HIT PUSHES BULLS TOWARDS TITLE 
BULLS ON BRINK OF PENNANT 
BULLS PREPARE FOR CELEBRATION 
BULLS CLINCH TITLE WITH 8-6 VICTORY 
BULLS CLINCH FIRST-HALF PENNANT 
PILOTS DECLARE INDEPENDENCE FROM CL CELLAR/BASEBALL 

PENNIES 

FRED CATES WINS BET, GETS PAID IN PENNIES 

PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH 

BELSCHNICKEL AND DISTLEFINKS: THE KUTZTOWN FOLK FESTIVAL 

PENSION PLANS 

SEE ALSO DOUBLE-DIPPING 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, PENSION FUND 

SEE ALSO RETIREMENT PROGRAMS 
N.C. MAY BEGIN TAXING STATE, LOCAL PENSIONS DUE TO RULING 
THORNBURG: IT'S UNFAIR BUT FEDERAL RETIREES CANNOT GET REFUNDS 



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H 2 8/21/1989 A 13 N M51 
S 2 8/21/1989 A 9 N 



S 2 11/28/1989 A 6 P N 659 



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CHH 1 6/17/1989 A 



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S 2 4/27/1989 D 9 P R B71 

H 2 5/12/1989 D 3 P R S66 

CHH 1 5/18/1989 A 7 U 

H 2 8/11/1989 D 4 P R L59 



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2 11/19/1989 B 


1 U N36 


H 


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1 N 


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4/22/1989 D 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 


4/22/1989 B 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


4/23/1989 C 


1 P N P75 


H 


2 


4/24/1989 D 


1 P N C52 


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2 


4/24/1989 D 


3 P U P52 


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4/30/1989 C 


2 P N C52 


H 


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6/04/1989 C 


2 N 


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6/05/1989 B 


2 N 


H 


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6/06/1989 D 


2 N 


H 


2 


6/07/1989 D 


1 N 


H 


2 


6/11/1989 C 


1 P N P75 


H 


2 


6/12/1989 D 


1 N C52 


S 


2 


6/12/1989 D 


2 P N P52 


H 


2 


6/13/1989 B 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 


6/13/1989 C 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


6/14/1989 D 


1 P N C52 


S 


2 


6/14/1989 D 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


8/06/1989 C 


2 P N P75 



CHH 1 2/15/1989 A 3 N 
H 2 7/02/1989 E 12 D F Zll 



2 4/04/1989 A 
2 4/12/1989 B 



12 P N 
5 N 






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SUBJE 



LETTING FEDERAL RETIREES OFF TAX HOOK COULD COST STATE $100 MILLION... 

LATE TAX FILERS GET A BREAK __ 

RETIRING EMPLOYEES DESERVE PROTECTION „ ^^ 

NO TftXATIONOPTION TOTALLY FAIR TO ALL RETIREES AND TAXPAYERS 

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES ARGUE AGAINST TAXING PENSIONS ct . CTnuc 

SENATE TENTATIVELY APPROVES BILL TO TAX PUBLIC, PRIVATE PENSIONS... 

OPPONENTS DELAY VOTE ON ALLOWING DAY-CARE SPANKINGS 

SENATE APPROVES PENSION TAXATION BILL 

PENSION DILEMMA PUZZLES TAX MEN _ 

HOUSE, SENATE HAVE DIFFERENCES ON TOUGHER DUI LAWS 

PENSIONERS' TAX BREAK BILL GAINS „^.tt~^ 

SENATE TENTATIVELY APPROVES BILL ON PENSION EXEMPTIONS 

N.C. SENATE OKS RETIREMENT BILL 

TAX EXEMPTIONS ON PENSIONS APPROVED 

N.C. PENSION TAX BILL STILL NOT TOTALLY FAIR 

STOP RAIDING PENSION FUNDS 

ret, ^E^CrMtTOD L PRESERVATIVE, PESTICIDE; PENTACHLOROPHENOL) 



PENTATHLON 

SEE ALSO OLYMPICS 
DURHAM MAY LURE 



2 OLYMPIC CAMPS 



PEN SEE^LSO I RELIGI0N (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 

BURHA* CHURCH'S CENTENNIAL MAY MARK BIRTH OF MODERN PENTECOSTAL ISM 

PEOPLE ASSISTING VICTIMS 
SEE ALSO CRIME VICTIMS 
SEE ALSO MISSING PERSONS, N.C. _ 

RtW^ c^«|p MnwugiH 

C^S N HAslpECIAL tt MEANINGS FOR THOSE CLOSE TO HOMICIDE VICTIMS 
CORRECTION 

PEOPLE FOR THE AMERICAN WAY 

GROUP PROMOTES TOLERANCE ^ „„„_ 

ZEALOUS CENSORS ARE THREAT TO FREE THOUGHT 
IS FREEDOM WASTED ON THE FREE? ^^ 
YOUNG LOSE INTEREST IN POLITICAL PROCESS 
DON'T CENSOR EDUCATION 

PEOPLE FOR THE ETHICAL TREATMENT OF ANIMALS 
SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 

^.K ^S^^REC^cfpL^S C**>EL HILL WORKSHOP 
ANIMAL ACTIVISTS TURN UP HEAT ON UNC 
UNC TO JOIN ANIMAL RESEARCH MEETING AT RTP 
ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS BLAST RTP MEETING 
RESEARCH GROUPS JOIN TO OPPOSE ANIMAL ACTIVISTS _^ 
ACTIOS PROTEST CLOSED KEETING; ANIMAL RESEARCHERS MAY MEET AGAIN... 
ANIMAL RECORDS STOLEN FROM DUKE RESEARCH LAB 
PETA URGES CONSUMER CHANGES „„„.„, „__ 
ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUP PUSHING VEGETARIAN DIETS 
MEETING BETWEEN HARDIN, PETA LEADER POSTPONED 
ACTIVIST CANCELS MEETING 
PETA HAD EVERYTHING TO GAIN 
HARDIN'S LETTER A DISGRACE 
EDITORIAL'S PREMISE FLAWED 
PETA HEAVY-HANDED IN CHEROKEE 
FORTRESS UNC 

PETA MAILS FLIER ATTACKING UNC RESEARCH 
PETA'S CYNICAL METHODS HARM CAUSE 
PETA DENIES IT SAID POLICE RAIDED FARM 

PEOPLE ON THE GO (CHAPEL HILL HERALD COLUMN) 



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2 9/21/1989 C 
2 9/27/1989 C 
2 12/23/1989 A 
2 12/23/1989 C 
2 12/24/1989 B 
2 12/26/1989 A 


1 N B53 
1 N S82 
1 N S82 
1 P N B53 
1 P P T32 

1 P N S82 

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1/26/1989 
2/10/1989 
2/18/1989 
2/19/1989 
2/24/1989 
2/24/1989 
2/28/1989 
4/16/1989 
4/16/1989 
6/16/1989 
7/27/1989 
8/01/1989 
8/01/1989 
8/20/1989 
9/10/1989 
9/10/1989 
10/02/1989 
10/27/1989 
12/08/1989 



P N 

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S17 
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12/31/1989 



SUBJECTS 



PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE, N.C. 

'89 CAMPAIGN CHANGES FACE OF AREA POLITICS 

PEOPLE'S COURT (TV SHOW) 

SEE ALSO SMALL CLAIMS COURT 
JUDGE UAPNER RECOGNIZES BANE ON TV 

PEOPLE'S INTERGALACTIC FOOD CONSPIRACY 
SEE FOOD CO-OPS 

PEOPLE'S LAW SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, DURHAM 
MOST ACTORS IN MOCK TRIAL WILL BE IN FAMILIAR ROLES 
THIS LAW SCHOOL HAS NO ADMISSION TEST 
SPECTATORS TO BE JURY IN MOCK TRIAL OF DRUNKEN-DRIVING CASE 

PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

SEE ALSO PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES 
VITAMINS CAN SUPPLEMENT DIET LACKING IN VEGETABLES 
PROPER FOOD INTAKE, STAYING FIT KEYS TO PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS 
PLAN HELPS SMOKERS KICK HABIT 

RESEARCHERS FINDING TREATMENT FOR UNCONTROLLABLE SLEEP ATTACKS 
INCONCLUSIVE REPORTS ON BIRTH-CONTROL PILL A 'SCANDAL' 
RESEARCH LINKS ALUMINUM TO ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE/THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 
FOR SHAMPOO PRODUCTS LEAVE FRUITS ON THE TABLE/PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 
FDA KEEPS ALZHEIMER'S DRUG FROM PATIENTS 

STUDY REVEALS ELDERLY PEOPLE FACE DRUG DANGERS/PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 
CONDOMS ARE UNDERRATED FOR EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY/PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 
HEBAL REMEDY RESURGENCE REQUIRES DOSE OF CAUTION 



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PEOPLE ON THE GO/HOLIDAY FETE SPICED WITH MEXICAN FOOD 

PEOPLE ON THE GO/FRIENDS HELPED WELCOME NEW YEAR IN STYLE 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLISHERS VISIT SOVIET UNION 

RISE OF 'SENSATIONAL' TALK SHOWS DISTURBING TREND 

FESTIVITIES RESUME WITH WORONOFF'S SUPER BOWL PARTY/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

VIKING TRAVEL HOLDS ANNIVERSARY GALA/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

STONEYBROOK STEEPLECHASE PROVIDES A GOOD TIME/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

DORRANCES HOLD PARTY IN D'AMBIOSE'S HONOR/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

ADELINE MCCALL UNLOCKED KIDS' EARS TO MUSIC/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

SEARCH FOR PARTY A TRUE COMEDY OF ERRORS/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

EXECUTIVE MANSION*. A GREAT PLACE TO VISIT/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

IMPROMPTU PARTY; HOSPITALITY REQUEST SPARKS QUICK CLEANING 

NEW TREND; HOSTESS ELIMINATES CONFUSION... WITH PERSONALIZED PLACE CARDS 

SLEEPY RELATIVES DROP BY FOR EASTER PICNIC/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

FEAST5 BUSY SCHEDULE INCLUDED FOUR PARTIES IN ONE DAY/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

SHUMAKER HAS HIS MOMENT ON STAGE/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

STONEYBROOK! LOTS OF RAIN AND FUN/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

GARDEN CLUB HOLDS ELEGANT TEA/PEOPLE ON THE GO 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE, DURHAM CHAPTER 
SEE ALSO DURHAM VOTERS' ALLIANCE 

DEVELOPMENT VITAL H 

A WAYWARD ORDINANCE H 

HAMNER SUBMITS BLUEPRINT FOR BATTLE OVER ERWIN SQUARE H 

...COACH HAMNER'S "RAMBLING YUPPIES" HAVE US ON OUR OWN... (CARTOON) H 

CORRECTION S 

CORRECTION fi 

DEVELOPER BLASTS PROPOSED ORDINANCE S 

PEOPLE'S ALLIAN CE SA YS 1,300 HAVE SIGNED ERWIN SQUARE PETITION H 

NEW OFFICERS ELECTED S 

ALLIANCE PLANS MORE FORCEFUL ACTIVISM H 
PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE BACKS WELLS FOR MAYOR; HOMEBUILBERS FAVOR TILLMAN.,. S 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE ANNOUNCES ELECTION ENDORSEMENTS H 

'COMMITTEE' ENDORSES JENKINS H 

ENDORSEMENT SURPRISES H 

CONSERVATIVE VICTORIES MAY MEAN COALITION END S 

DURHAM COALITION PLANS NOV. ELECTION STRATEGY H 

TRASH TALK FOCUS ON COSTS, RECYCLING H 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE, FRIENDS OF DURHAM SLATES DIAMETRICAL H 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE BACKS JENKINS FOR MAYOR S 



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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 
4/02/1989 
4/09/1989 
4/16/1989 
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4/30/1989 



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4/06/1989 A 

5/03/1989 C 

8/01/1989 A 

8/05/1989 B 

10/05/1989 C 

10/06/1989 B 

10/08/1989 B 

10/10/1989 A 

10/11/1989 A 

10/12/1989 A 

10/26/1989 C 

10/27/1989 C 

10/30/1989 C 



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H 2 3/07/1989 A 10 P N S82 



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CHH 1 2/08/1989 A 3 N H90 
H 2 2/28/1989 C 3 N 



S 2 1/04/1989 A 10 U 

S 2 1/11/1989 C 2 U 

S 2 1/18/1989 A 8 U 

S 2 1/25/1989 C 4 U 

S 2 2/01/1989 A 7 U 

S 2 2/08/1989 C 2 U 

S 2 2/15/1989 C 3 U 

S 2 2/22/1989 C 6 U 

S 2 3/01/1989 C 2 U 

S 2 3/08/1989 A 9 U 

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TAKE PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT POISONING TRAGEDIES/THE PEOPLE'S FWARMACY 

OVEfr-TJC-CQUNTER MEDICATIONS USUALLY HANDLE BOUTS OF DIARRHEA 

mMHDN MEDICATIONS SOMETIMES CAUSE BALDNESS 

SriE^TERyiCINE CAN PRODUCE WALKING I^TORE SYNDROME 

NEW AND OLDDRUGS PROVIDE ALLERGY ^EF/PECPLE»S PHARMACY 

NEW BATTLE BREWING OVER VITAMINS' THERAPEUTIC VALUE rurAP ^ / ,„ v 

NEW SUNSCCT« PROTECT AGAINST INVISIBLE RAYS/THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

NEW DWffSOFFER RELIEF FROM UNCONTROLLABLE OBSESSIONS 

DRUG COMPANIES PUSH PRESCRIPTION PILLS TO PATIENTS 

PATN PATIENTS FACE DILEMMA OF FINDING SAFE ANALGESIC 

DRUG FIGHTING BAt^NESSHAS TOVED TO BE A FLOP/DC PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

ALZHEIMER^ PATIB^S^TEFOR THA/THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

Se A s*! W^^jE* ™ «F PE0PLE ' S "*"«* 

SuKgOADLY NSECT CTINGSTAKES FAST ACTION/THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 
AWANCESIN APHRODISIAC RESEARCH EXCITE SCIENTISTS 
NEW ULCER CURE MAY INCLUDE PEPTO-BISMOL 

SSI, WSS ^SWAfef^PE^^PH^Y 

RESEARCH INDICATES FEMALE HORMONES LINKED TO BREAST CANCER 

GENERIC DRUG SCANDAL SHOULDN'T STOP PUBLIC FROM SAVING 

KK ^^MS^SS&OSm^ PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

FM ACCUSEDOFLETTINGrScAL MANUFACTURERS VIOLATE RULES 

POPULAR MEDICINES POSE UNFORESEEN PROBLEMS 

RECENT FDA FLAP OVER FIBER CEREALS IS FOOLISH 

'NEW* COLON CANCER DRUG LANGUISHES AT FDA 

NERVOUS BREAKDOWN COULD BE DRUG INDUCED 

IKFOwStION MAY BE ANTIDOTE TO MEDICATION MISTAKES 

FMNXPDG HOME REMEDIES OFF MARKET FOR OUR OWN PROTECTION 

VERSATILE BAKING SODA STARS IN HOCWARMACY 

HEART-DRUG COMMERCIALS MAY SELL, MORE THAN ENLIGHTEN 

CONTROLLING CHOLESTEROL CAW CREATE EXCESS GAS 

START NOW TO FIGHT AN INVASION OF SHANGHAI FLU 

FE0F1ES SECURITY INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CENTRE _„, 

WITTENBERG SELLS HIS INTEREST IN BUILDING 

city cool to n.c. mutual property deal 

^^Ien^buSg^p^ys tax recoris on deal ousted 
webb official 'unaware' of building offer 

MUTmls WILLInWtRADE LAND, BACK REDEVELOPMENT 

■nanus &* on m^s effect 

BARGAINING WILL REVEAL TRUTH OF MUTUAL CLAIM 

DOWNTOWN TO GET DAY CARE 

DAY-CARE CENTER PLANNED DOWNTOWN ___-. 

CORPORATIONS FLEDGE $15.5 MILLION TO STADIUM 

F-EOPLES SECURITY PUNS TO RESTRUCTURE 

BUILDING ENCROACHMENT 

2ND TOWER EYED FOR DOWNTOWN 

FEPPERDINE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
GOING FIRST CLASS _ 

TAR FEELS RIDE WAVES, 102-80 __ 
WHOA' TAR HEELS 'WIPE OUT' WAVES 
EXPERIENCE KEY FACTOR FOR TAR HEELS 
UNC'S DIFFICULTIES FEW TAMING WAVES 

F ^ I TEEVs B a)RVE^SPARKS COLA BATTLE AT WEBB HIGH SCHOOL m|CTTT||TTV 
AVUIDINGTHE OFFENSIVE; MADONNA COMMERCIAL LACKING IN SENSITIVITY 



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2 


5/10/1989 A 


10 


U 


S 


2 


5/17/1989 C 


6 


u 


s 


2 


5/24/1989 A 


6 


u 


S 


2 


5/31/1989 A 


10 


u 


s 


2 


6/07/1989 A 


11 


u 


s 


2 


6/14/1989 C 


7 


u 


S 


2 


6/21/1989 A 


10 


u 


S 


2 


6/28/1989 A 


13 


u 


s 


2 


7/05/1989 C 


4 


u 


S 


2 


7/12/1989 A 


11 


u 


s 


2 


7/19/1989 A 


7 


u 


s 


2 


7/26/1989 A 


14 


u 


s 


2 


8/02/1989 A 


8 


u 


Oi 


1 


8/05/1989 A 


3 P N D38 


s 


2 


8/09/1989 D 


7 


u 


s 


2 


8/16/1989 A 


10 


u 


s 


2 


8/23/1989 A 


8 


u 


s 


2 


8/30/1989 A 


7 


u 


s 


2 


9/06/1989 A 


11 


u 


s 


2 


9/13/1989 A 


9 


u 


s 


2 


9/20/1989 A 


13 


u 


s 


2 


9/27/1989 C 


4 


u 


s 


2 10/04/1989 B 


6 


u 


s 


2 10/11/1989 A 


6 


u 


s 


2 10/18/1989 A 


11 


u 


s 


2 


10/25/1989 B 


5 


u 


s 


2 11/01/1989 A 


8 


u 


s 


2 11/08/1989 C 


2 


u 


s 


1 


11/22/1989 C 


10 


u 


s 


2 11/29/1989 A 


6 


u 


s 


2 12/13/1989 A 


11 


u 


s 


2 12/20/1989 D 


6 


u 


s 


2 12/27/1989 B 


4 


u 


H 


2 


1/31/198? A 


12 


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 FRO 


H 


2 


3/03/1989 C 


1 


N 56? 


s 


2 


3/04/1989 A 


4 


E 


s 


2 


4/28/1989 A 


1 


M N S92 


H 


2 


4/29/1989 C 


1 


M N A54 


H 


O 


6/09/1989 A 


1 


N S69 


s 


2 


8/29/1989 A 


1 


N C61 


H 


2 10/14/1989 B 


6 P P T37 


H 


2 10/20/1989 C 


1 


N C60 


S 


2 


1/03/1989 B 


c 


U F25 


H 


n 


1/04/1989 D 


1 


N M14 


S 


9 


1/04/1989 D 


1 


U F25 


s 


2 


1/04/1989 D 


3 P N F25 


H 


2 


1/05/1989 D 


1 


P N M14 


H 


2 


2/24/1989 A 


1 


N J40 


H 


2 


4/09/1989 D 


4 


E 



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Cm 1 8/03/1989 A 7 N 



PER CAPITA INCOME 

SEE INCOME, PER CAPITA, N.C. 

PERFORMANCE ART 

SEE ALSO ART 

SEE ALSO DANCE 
SHA SHA HIGBY TO OPEN NEW SERIES AT DUKE H 2 9/17/1989 E 10 P N 

SHOW CONVEYS SENSE OF SPIRIT TRANSFORMED H 2 9/20/1989 C 2 R P10 

THE PERFORMING ARTS SERIES 
SEE ARTS, N.C. 

PERMIT FEES 

SEE DURHAM, N.C, CITY FEES 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, FEES 
SEE IMPACT FEES 
SEE USER FEES 

PERSEIDS 

PLANETARIUM TO HOLD METEOR SHOUER OBSERVATION 

PERSON-ALITY FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C 
VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT FOR PERSON-ALITY FESTIVAL 
CLUBS, AGENCIES OFFERED BOOTHS AT PERSON FESTIVAL 
10TH ANNUAL PERSON-ALITY FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD SATURDAY 
PETTING A PERCHERON 

PERSON COUNTY, N.C 

SEE ALSO MAPS, PERSON COUNTY . 

PERSON, VANCE DESIGNATED SEVERELY DISTRESSED COUNTIES H 1 1/06/1989 

DURHAM DROPS PROPOSAL TO ACQUIRE PERSON LAND H 2 1/19/1989 

CITY DROPS PLAN TO GET PERSON LAND S 2 1/19/1989 

LEADERSHIP GROUP FINISHES COURSE IN PERSON COUNTY H 1 5/26/1989 

GROUP WILL ASSIST VICTIMS OF STORM H 1 9/29/1989 

AREA OFFICIALS SAY WASTE, JAILS, DRUGS ISSUES OF '90'S H 1 12/30/1989 

PERSON COUNTY, N.C, AIRPORTS 

SEE ALSO AIRPORTS, N.C m 

'FLY-IN' STEAK HOUSE RARE TREAT H 2 2/19/1989 D 

PERSON BOARD REFUSES TO BACK BELAY OF HEARING H 1 5/02/1989 C 

PERSON MAY CONDEMN LAND NEAR AIRPORT H 1 8/08/1989 C 

PERSON ACCEPTS GRANT TO BUY LAND AROUND AIRPORT H 1 9/06/1989 C 

PERSON AIR CRASH KILLS 2 GTE PILOTS S 2 10/02/1989 A 

2 GTE EMPLOYEES KILLED IN PERSON JET CRASH H 2 10/03/1989 A 

PERSON EXTENDS ZONING AROUND AIRPORT H 1 10/03/1989 B 

SAFETY BOARD PROBES CAUSE OF PLANE CRASH S 2 10/03/1989 A 

INVESTIGATORS EXAMINING WRECKAGE OF GTE AIRPLANE IN PERSON COUNTY H 1 10/04/1989 C 

INVESTIGATORS SEEK CLUES IN DEBRIS OF GTE JET CRASH S 2 10/04/1989 B 

PERSON COUNTY AWARDS AIRPORT WORK CONTRACTS H 1 11/07/1989 A 



H 1 7/12/1989 C 

H 1 8/23/1989 C 

H 1 9/08/1989 B 

H 2 9/10/1989 B 



PERSON COUNTY, N.C, ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCE 

ROXBORO WOMAN, 78, FEARS PERSON COUNTY KILLED HER CAT/SEEKS COMPENSATION H 



PERSON COUNTY, N.C, BOND ISSUES 

PERSON TO VOTE ON $12 MILLION IN SCHOOL BONDS 

PERSON COUNTY, N.C, BUDGET 

INCREASE PROPOSED IN PERSON BUDGET BUT NOT IN TAX RATE 
PERSON COUNTY GETS BUDGET, LOSES MANAGER 

PERSON COUNTY, N.C, COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 
COMPUTER SYSTEM CHECKS SHUT-INS IN PERSON COUNTY 

PERSON COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

PERSON TO VOTE ON $12 MILLION IN SCHOOL BONDS 



H 1 



H 1 



H 1 



3/14/1989 C 
8/08/1989 C 



6/06/1989 C 
6/27/1989 B 



9/16/1989 C 
8/08/1989 C 



1 N H60 
1 N T33 
1 N H60 
1 P P T32 



N 

N S69 
N H70 
N T33 
N H60 
N T33 



N T33 
N T33 
N H60 
N H60 
N E33 
N 

N H60 
N C61 
N H60 
N C61 
N H60 



1 N T33 
1 N H60 



1 N T33 
1 P N T33 



1 N H60 
1 N H60 



PERSON COUNTY, N.C, EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM 



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SEE ALSO EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (911) 
PERSON JOINSAREA UASTE DISPOSAL STUDY ^ r(tv 

911PH0NE SYSTEM TO START JULY 1 IN PERSON COUNTY 
PERSONCOJNTY'S 911 EMERGENCY SYSTEM BEGINS 

^PeKo^^S TO HIRE MORE BLACK OFFICIOS 
PERSON COUNTY, N.C^ FEES 

SE PERS0N COUNTY RECEIVES REPORT ABOUT USER FEES 
PERSON COUNTY ADOPTS GOAL FOR MINORITY CONTRACTS 

PERSON COUNTY, N.C., HAZARDOUS WASTE .TREATMENT 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS UASTE TREATMENT^. C. 

PERSON EXTENDS ZONING AROUND AIRPORT 

PERSON BOARI lACCEPTS ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS H 

PERSON COUNTY, N.C., SEWER LINES 

SEE PERSON COUNTY, N.C., WATER AND SEWER LINES 



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H 1 1/18/1989 C 1 N 
H 1 6/10/1989 C 1 NTS 
H 1 7/01/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 1 6/30/1989 C 1 N T33 



H 1 1/04/1989 C 1 N T33 
H 1 8/09/1989 C 1 N H60 



H 1 10/03/1989 B 1 N H60 
H 1 7/18/1989 C 1 N T33 



1 2/15/1989 C 1 M N 046 

2 5/04/1989 C 7 N P41 
1 6/06/1989 C 1 N T33 



PERSON COUNTY, N.C., WATER AND SEWER LINES 
^REPORT: 7 MAJOR ISSUES FACING PERSON COUNTY 

PERSON COUNTY, N.C., WATER RESOURCES 

PERSON BOARD CONCERNED ABOUT DURHAM TAKING LAND 
ROXBORO, PERSON DISCUSS NEEDS 

PERSON COUNTY, N.C., ZONING __ 

PERSON JOINS AREA WASTE DISPOSAL STUDY 
PERSON BOARD REFUSES TO BACK DELAY OF HEARING 
PERSON COUNTY BOARD GETS REVISED ZONING ORDINANCE 
PERSON BOARD RECEIVES REVISED ZONING ORDINANCE 
FER^'SPLANNER SAYS ZONING CAN HELP COMMUNITY 

PERSON COUNTY AIRPORT ATrm . TP 

SEE PERSON COUNTY, N.C., AIRPORTS 

PERSON COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 

SE JAZZ S pIftNIST SCHEDULED TO PERFORM IN ROXBORO 

PERSON COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 

SEE ALSO MENTALLY RETARDED „ 

FISH FRY TODAY TO BENEFIT ASSOCIATION « 

SERVING UP MEALS FOR A GOOD CAUSE M 

PERSON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE^ 
SEE ROXBORO AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

PERSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS . m ,__ __ H 

PERSON COUNTY RECEIVES REPORT ABOUT USER FEES » 

PERSON BOARD CONCERNED ABOUT DURHAM TAKING LAND H 

ROXBORO, FERSON DISCUSS NEEDS " 

So^^.^^I^Sy KILLED** CAT/SEEKS COMPENSATION H 

PER^ EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES WILL ADD TWO WORKERS H 

^'c^^TEL^I^OnTTnTeS TO BE INSTALLED AT PERSON CO. JAIL H 

PERSON BOARD REFUSES TO BACK DELAY OF HEARING " 

PERSON BOARD ACCEPTS ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS H 
F-FRSON INDUSTRIES STILL SEEKING NPJ LOCATION 

PERSON BOARD WILL BE ASKED TO HIRE MORE BLACK OFFICIALS H 



H 1 10/05/1989 C 1 N T33 



2 1/05/1989 C 1 N J33 
2 1/06/1989 C 1 N T33 



1/18/1989 C 
5/02/1989 C 
7/18/1989 C 
7/18/1989 C 
7/20/1989 C 



N 

N T33 
N T33 
N T33 
N T33 



H 1 2/02/1989 



1 P N 



1 5/26/1989 C 1 N H60 
1 5/27/1989 C 1 P P T44 



1 


1/04/1989 C 1 


N T33 


9 


1/05/1989 C 1 


N T33 


2 


1/06/1989 C i 


N T33 


1 


1/18/1989 C 1 


N 


2 


3/14/1989 C 1 


N T33 


1 


3/14/198? C 


N T33 


1 


4/04/1989 C 


P P M66 


1 


4/04/1989 C 


I N T33 


1 


5/02/1989 C 


, N T33 


1 


6/06/1989 C 


, N T33 


1 


6/07/1989 C 


I N T33 


1 


6/30/1989 C 


L N T33 



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PERSON COUNTY MANAGER NAMED 

PERSON STADIUM LIGHTS TO BE REPAIRED 

PERSON COUNTY BOARD GETS REVISED ZONING ORDINANCE 

PERSON BOARD RECEIVES REVISED ZONING ORDINANCE 

PERSON TO VOTE ON $12 MILLION IN SCHOOL BONDS 

PERSON MAY CONDEMN LAND NEAR AIRPORT 

PERSON COUNTY ADOPTS GOAL FOR MINORITY CONTRACTS 

PERSON ACCEPTS GRANT TO BUY LAND AROUND AIRPORT 

PERSON EXTENDS ZONING AROUND AIRPORT 

REPORT: 7 MAJOR ISSUES FACING PERSON COUNTY 

PERSON COUNTY AWARDS AIRPORT WORK CONTRACTS 

WESTERN PERSON COUNTY MAY GET CABLE TV 

PERSON COMH. WANT JAIL PLANNED SO MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY CAN BE RAISED 

PERSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, BUDGET 

INCREASE PROPOSED IN PERSON BUDGET BUT NOT IN TAX RATE 
PERSON COUNTY GETS BUDGET, LOSES MANAGER 

PERSON COUNTY DEPT. OF PARKS AND RECREATION 
SEE PERSON COUNTY PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT. 

PERSON COUNTY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SYSTEM 

PERSON EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES WILL ADD TWO WORKERS 

PERSON COUNTY HEALTH CENTER 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT PLANS RENOVATIONS 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT IN PERSON SEEKING HOME-HEALTH AIDES 

PERSON COUNTY JAIL 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY PRISON UNIT 
PERSON COUNTY SEEKS 4 ESCAPEES 
3 OF 4 PERSON JAIL ESCAPEES CAUGHT 
SEARCH CONTINUES FOR PERSON JAIL ESCAPEE 
WOMAN SLIPPED SAW BLADES INTO JAIL, SHERIFF CHARGES 
CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION & INTERCOMS TO BE INSTALLED AT PERSON CO. JAIL 
ROXBORO MAN GETS 72-YEAR SENTENCE 
PERSON COHN. WANT JAIL PLANNED SO MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY CAN BE RAISED 

PERSON COUNTY MANAGER 

PERSON COUNTY GETS BUDGET, LOSES MANAGER 
PERSON COUNTY MANAGER NAMED 

PERSON COUNTY PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT. 

PERSON BOARD REFUSES TO BACK DELAY OF HEARING 

PERSON COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION 

PERSON'S PLANNER SAYS ZONING CAN HELP COMMUNITY 
REPORT? 7 MAJOR ISSUES FACING PERSON COUNTY 

PERSON COUNTY PRISON UNIT 
SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY JAIL 
2 FLEE PERSON COUNTY PRISON; 1 SHOT DURHAM COUNTY DEPUTY 
PERSON ESCAPEE IS CAPTURED IN DANVILLE, VA. 

PERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO ROXBORO/PERSON HIGH SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL (PERSON COUNTY) 
PERSON SCHOOLS PLAN TO HIRE 7 MORE INSTRUCTORS NEXT YEAR 
PERSON COUNTY PARTNERS IN EDUCATION ADOPT PROGRAM, SEEK *50,000 BUDGET 
PERSON TO VOTE ON *12 MILLION IN SCHOOL BONDS 
PERSON SCHOOLS ARE URGED TO STOP USING PLASTIC FOAM CUPS 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


1 


7/04/1989 C 


1 P N H60 


H 


1 


7/04/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 


2 


7/18/1989 C 


5 N T33 


H 


1 


7/18/1989 C 


1 N T33 


H 


1 


8/08/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 


1 


8/08/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 


1 


8/09/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 


1 


9/06/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 


1 


10/03/1989 B 


1 N B60 


H 


1 


10/05/1989 C 


1 N T33 


H 


1 


11/07/1989 A 


1 N H60 


H 


1 


11/10/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 


1 


12/05/1989 C 


1 N H60 


H 


1 


6/06/1989 C 


1 N T33 


H 


2 


6/27/1989 B 


1 P N T33 



H 1 3/14/1989 C 1 N T33 



PERSON COUNTY UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN 

PERSON UNITED WAY DRIVE TOPS GOAL 
PERSON TO KICK OFF UNITED WAY DRIVE 

PERSON INDUSTRIES 

PERSON INDUSTRIES STILL SEEKING NEW LOCATION 
PERSON COUNTY SEEKING HOME FOR WORKSHOP 



1 1/26/1989 C 
1 7/12/1989 C 



1 N 
1 N H60 



3/14/198? 
3/15/198? 
3/16/1989 
3/17/1989 
4/04/1989 
8/31/1989 
12/05/1989 



N B53 
N 

N H60 
N T33 
N T33 
N T33 
N H60 



2 6/27/1989 B 
1 7/04/1989 C 



1 P N T33 
1 P N H60 



H 1 5/02/1989 C 1 N T33 



1 7/20/1989 C 
1 10/05/1989 C 



2 12/23/1989 C 
2 12/24/1989 B 



1 1/26/1989 C 

1 5/03/1989 C 

1 8/08/1989 C 

1 12/06/1989 C 



1 1/21/1989 B 
1 9/30/1989 C 



1 6/07/1989 C 
1 7/08/1989 C 



1 N T33 
1 N T33 



1 N H65 
1 N S69 



N 

N T33 
N H60 
N H60 



1 N 
1 N H60 



1 N T33 
1 N H60 



PERSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 



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SEE SOUTHERN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL (PERSON COUNTY) 

PERSON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL __ 
SEE ROXBORO/PERSON HIGH SCHOOL 

^^EE^SO^UEttOSS AND BLUE SHIELD OF N.C. 
SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE ____ m . 
SE ALSO HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION| 

2 DURHAM HMOS AMONG N.C.'S MOJCH-OSERS 

BLUE CROSS HMO PLAN MAKES PROFIT 

PERSONAL COMPUTER..^ 

SEE ALSO COMPUTERS „ 

MOST CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS DON 
PETITION SUPPORTS COMPUTER SALES 



2 3/23/1989 C 1 
2 10/05/1989 A 1 



T USE PERSONAL COMPUTERS 



H 2 3/12/1989 D 
CHH 1 5/31/1989 A 



PERSONAL FOULS... AT JIM VALVANO'S NORTH CAROLINA STATE (BOOK) 
SEEALSONTC STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 
FORTHCOMING BOOK ACCUSES VALVANOOF CORRUPTION 
ANGRY VALVANO SAYS CHARGES BIZARRE, FALSE 
?PACK RESPONDS TO ADVERSITY WITH WIN 
UOLFPACK CHALLENGES PUBLISHER 
PACK INVITES INVESTIGATION 
EX-PLAYERS DEFEND VALVANO 
PROBE NECESSARY ,„ ^ 

Sg^ STAtI SBffM^Sw ALLEGATIONS 'RIDICULOUS' 

ffiF&gffitt N^STA^ST^PROG^ CLE* 

SffiSBBSl^ ??SS! ASKED ABOUT SITING BOOK 
POULTON TO PROBE WGtFPACKBGOK 
VALVANO DEFENDS STATE'S PROGRAM 

^NO PAY, NO STORY' GAVE WRITER MUBTS ABOUT UOLFPACK CORRUPTION SCENARIO 
NCAA BEGINS PROBE INTO BOOK'S ALLEGATIONS 
A STONE FOR A STONE _ 

PROBE SENSIBLE APPROACH „ 

NOAA UON-T TELL IF N.C. STATE'S BEING PROBED 
CONTRACT FOR PLAYER DISCLOSED at iinj 

SIKWDS: PUBLIC WILL BE '^ALLBplAT UOLFPACK 
SWONDS NOT SPECIFIC; VALVANO DENIES CHARGES 

f^nSsuiasSSmmsi shackleford 'completely crazy' 
^thW^in^siK^Suill instigate 

^K^rWSn SSTStJOKK NOT K PUBLISH 
TRUSTEES GIVE VALVANO VOTE OF CONFIDENCE 

FiSMS SSI TnORTH CARINA (AD) 
NCSU FaWWs NEWSPAPER ADS NEWS TO PRESIDENT 

g&^S^B^^WB PUT BOOK IN THE PAST 

PANEL^ft^INVtSTIGATION OF NCSU BASKETBALL PROGRAM 

PEFSOWL FOULS APPARENTLY UILL RECEIVE NEU BREATH OF LIFE 

PERSONAL FOULS GETS SEPTEMBER RELEASE 

ORAL REPORT UILL FUEL DOUBTS OVER N.C. STATE 

PERSONAL FOULS HITS THE STANDS 

GOLENBOCK DEFENDS PERSONAL FOULS 
'PERSONAL FOULS' IS A HATCHET JOB 



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 



N 
N E33 



N 

N H90 



1/07/1989 D 
1/08/1989 B 
1/09/1989 D 
1/09/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/10/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/11/1989 
1/12/1989 . 
1/12/1989 B 
1/13/1989 B 
1/13/1989 A 
1/13/1989 D 
1/14/1989 D 
1/14/1989 D 
1/14/1989 D 
1/14/1989 B 
1/15/1989 C 
1/16/1989 A 
1/19/1989 
1/20/1989 B 
1/22/1989 C 
1/23/1989 D 
1/24/1989 D 
1/25/1989 D 
1/26/1989 D 
1/28/1989 D 
1/30/1989 B 
2/11/1989 D 
2/13/1989 B 
2/15/1989 A 
2/17/1989 A 
2/20/1989 A 
2/22/1989 A 
2/23/1989 A 
2/23/1989 B 
2/24/1989 B 
2/26/1989 D 
4/06/1989 D 
5/17/1989 D 
5/19/1989 B 
7/21/1989 A 
7/29/1989 D 
7/29/1989 D 
7/29/1989 D 
7/30/1989 B 
7/30/1989 B 
7/31/1989 B 
7/31/1989 D 



1 F 
1 F 
4 F 
11 
1 
3 
4 

1 I 
1 i 
1 

1 I 
4 
1 
1 
1 

1 I 

1 

1 

1 

1 

4 

1 

1 

8 

10 

1 

1 

1 

1 

3 

1 

2 

4 

11 

14 

1 

1 

1 

3 

4 

2 

1 

1 

4 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2 



N 

N C52 

U P52 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N M14 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S17 

N M14 

N 

N 

U M14 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S17 

N 

N 

N 

E 

A 

N 

N 
1 N 
1 U D18 

N 

E 

N 

N 
' N 

E 
* N 
» N 

N 

> N M88 
U M88 

> N 

U F25 



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HOU GOLENBOCK'S BOOK FOULS OUT... 

GOLENBQCK RECEIVED THREAT OVER PUBLICATION Of BOOK 

NCSU TUTORING DIRECTOR SAYS VALVANO HAS TO MAKE CHOICE 

N.C