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An index to: 



Dniijftm illorniiig Jfcroli) 

THE DURHAM SUN 

%Herald 



JANUARY 1990 



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

ISSN 0741-0328 



IND-EX 



INTRODUCTION TO IND-EX 

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

DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
THE CHAPEL HILL HERALD 
THE DURHAM SUN. 

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

SCOPE OF IND-EX 

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

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

ORGANIZATION 

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

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

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

"Wilmington 10" precedes "Wilmington ABC Board." 

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

Hyphens are regarded as spaces, and apostrophes are ignored. 

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

INDEXING DEPTH 

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

"AZT" not "Drugs." 

When necessary, sub-headings are used to mal<e broad headings more specific: 

"Durham City Council, budget" 

"Fires. Orange County" 

"Granville County Schools, computers" 

"N.C. General Assembly, legislators." 

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



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Key to Symbols Used in IND-EX 



NP (Newspapers) 

H DURHAM MORNING HERALD 

CHH CHAPEL HILL HERALD 
S THE DURHAM SUN 

ED (Editions) 

1 -1st ed. (Region/State) 

2 -2nd ed. (Final) 

3 -3rd ed. (Metro/Orange) 

SEC (Section) 
PG (Page) 



TYP (Type) 

A Advertisement 

B Profile 

E Editorial 

F Feature 

G Feature in a series 

H Editorial in a series 

I Calendar/Schedule 

J Commentary 

K Commentary in a series 



BYL (By-line) 



L 


Letter to the Editor 


M 


Map 


N 


News 





Obituary 


P 


Photo 


Q 


News in a series 


R 


Review 


S 


Review in a series 


T 


Cartoon 


U 


Column 


V 


Columns in a series 


w 


Literary Work 


ILL (Illustration) 


C 


Chart or Graph 


D 


Drawing 


M 


Map 


P 


Photo 


T 


Cartoon 



A20 


Adams, John H. 


M51 


Michael, Kammie 


A47 


Allen, Laura 


M53 


Mihaly, Robert 


A51 


Amer, Mona 


M57 


Miller, Jonathan 


A76 


Armstrong, Elson 


M60 


Mills, James F. 


B31 


Beavers, Tom 


M64 


Montgomery, Lee 


B36 


Belvin, Brent 


M66 


Moore, Harold 


B40 


Berardino, Mike 


M70 


Moore, Tom 


B53 


Bonner, Paul 


M88 


Morris, Ron 


B58 


Boswell, Carl 


M98 


Mustian, Joey 


B64 


Britt, Tony 


N36 


Newton, David 


B71 


Broili, Susan 


Oil 


O'Connor, Paul T. 


B77 


Brown, Mike 


052 


Olney, Judith 


B85 


Bruneau, Dan 


O80 


Orange Bureaus 


€05 


Callis, Jim 


PIO 


Page, Jean R. 


C09 


Carson, Al 


P52 


Potter, Mike 


C45 


Charlson, Dan 


P75 


Price, Ed 


047 


Childress, Greg 


P80 


Prince, Pamela 


C49 


Clayton, Ward 


R53 


Raleigh Bureau 


C50 


Cole, John ' ~ 


R54 


Reed, Jay 


058 


Corneilson, Paul 


R56 


Reynolds, Jamey 


060 


Cornelius Brown, Ann 


R60 


Rollins, Tyler 


061 


Craven, Jo 


R63 


Rosen, Rocky 


062 


Crenshaw, Laura 


R80 


RTP Bureau 


DIO 


Dargan, William T. 


R90 


Ruth, Mary H. 


D18 


Dascenzo, Frank 


S17 


Schultz, Mark 


D38 


Dickinson, Blake 


S27 


Sereno, Julian 


D80 


Duke News Bureau 


S56 


Smith, Emily 


D85 


Dupree, Jimmy 


S66 


Smith, R.C. 


E33 


Egger, Jane 


S69 


Smith, William M. 


F25 


Featherston, Al 


S73 


Sorenson, Rick 


F55 


Fox, Jon Hartley 


S76 


Sparks, Jim 


F65 


Frederick, Don 


S78 


Stagg, Bill 


F95 


Furlong, Jim 


S82 


Stevenson, John 


G33 


Gentry, Jerry 


S92 


Surratt, Linda 


G55 


Goetzl, David 


T32 


Thomas, Bernard 


G59 


Green, Ann 


T33 


Thomas, Elaine 


G68 


Greenberg, Blue 


T35 


Thompson, Mike 


G98 


Gyorgy, Dean 


T37 


Thornton, Jim 


H05 


Hammond, Marie 


T44 


Tisdale, Shea 


H09 


Harrell, Carlton 


T77 


Trotter, Jennifer 


H45 


Hodges, Betty 


U57 


Upchurch, Keith 


H49 


Hodges, Ed 


U80 


UNO News Bureau 


H60 


Holmes, Jack 


V05 


Vaden, Jon 


H65 


Home, Kimberly 


W08 


Walker, Richard 


H90 


Huffman, Eddie 


WIO 


Walsten, Peter 


J40 


Johnston, Flo 


W15 


Walston, Dee 


K30 


Keister, Kevin 


W55 


White, David 


K65 


Knight, Myra G. 


W57 


White. Julia 


L22 


Landreth, Eddy 


W60 


Williamson, Sharon 


L34 


Lee, Elizabeth 


W61 


Wilson, Bob 


L38 


Liddy, Chuck 


W63 


Winstead-Mann, Deborah 


L40 


Lineberry, Danny 


W66 


Wise, Jim 


L42 


Locklear, R D 


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Yarbrough, Michael 


L45 


Long, Ginger 


Zll 


Zepp, Carol 


L59 


Lourdeaux, Lee 






M06 


Mclntyre, Edison 






M14 


Mann, Steve 






M20 


Margolis, Susan 






M25 


Martin, Dwight 






M31 


Matti, Michael Carmen 







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HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1990 - 



INDEX 
1/31/1990 



BY NAMES 



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ABDELNABY, ALA A (BASKETBALL PLAYER) 
ABI€LNABY GETS TCHXjH IN HIM WIN 
IiEVILS FIND CONSISTENT ABrCLNABY? 
ABDELMABY'S MATURIH GIVES DEVILS A LIFT 

ABRAM, AD«1 

ADARWS ABRAM DENIES INSIDE INFORMATION CHARGE 
DIKE GETS A PEEK AT PROJECT'S PROGRESS 
PART OF AMERICAN COMPLEX TO OPEN IN 1991 

ACREY, TEDDY DEAN (DRUG CHARIjE) 

MAN CHARGED UITH HOLDING, ASSAULTING WOMAN FOR 2 DAYS 
ACREY PLEADS IfflT GUILTY TO DRUG, ASSAULT COIWTS 
DRUG SUSF'ECT SHOWED TO WATCH TV 

ADAMS, jam H. 

ODD RULES, MISCHIEF BRING JUSTICE 

ADAMS, RICK (FARMER) 

FOR THIS FARM FAMILY, PET PIGS PROVIDE MORE THAN A PASTIME 

ADAMS, VICKI (FARMER) 

FOR TWIS FARM FAMILY, PET PIGS F'ROVIDE MORE THAN A PASTIME 
THE PIGS ARE COMING! 

AHRENDSEN, MARK (TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS ENGINEER) 
FUND CUTS WON'T SLOW DURHAM BUS TAKEOVER 

ALBEE, EDWARD (PLAYWRIGHT) 

DOCUfENTARY IN WINSTON FEATURES ALBEE 

ALEXANDER, H.D. (POLICE OFFICER) 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED UITH ASSAULT ON OFFICER'S TURNS SELF IN 
2ND mt IS CHARGED IN ASSAULT ON OFFICERS 

ALLEN, WILLIAM (LARCENY CHARGE) 

POLICE L06/THSE ARRESTED FOR AHEMPTED FELONIOUS LARDENY 

ALLISON, STEPHEN REED (TRAFFIC CHARGE) 
MAN CHARGED AFTER CAR CHASE 

ALSTON, CLEMENTINE (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/CROWN MANAGER CHARGED AFTER ROBBERY REF'ORT 

ALSTON, RYAN (FOOTBALL) 

REEVES TO JOIN WOLFPACK; ALSTON PICKS UNC 

ALSTON, WILLIS (DRUG CHARIJE) 

POLICE LOG/CROWN MANAGER CHARGED AnER ROBBERY REF13RT 

ANDERSON, KENNY (BASKETBALL) 

YELLOW JACKETS' ANDERSON TRIPLES HIS PLEASURE AGAINST PIH 
HURLEY VS. ANICRSON ON CENTER STAGE 
ANDERSON: TECH'S RISING STAR 

ANICRSON, MIKE (BASKETBALL) 

ANDERSON PROVES UNLIKELY SPARK FOR TERP OFFENSE 

ANDERSON, TERRY (HOSTAGE) 

HOSTAGE'S SISTER BRINGS PUSH FOR HIS RELEASE TO N.C. PRESS 

ANDR-EWS, AMY 

INCREASED FEES, FUNDS TOP STUDENT LEAICRS' FIRIORITY LIST 
CONGRESS VOTES TO RETAIN CONTROL OVER STUDENT FEES 
UNC-SYSTEM STUDENT LEADERS TALK BUDGET 

ANDREWS, PAUL W, (DECEASED) 

FOR^ER BURLINGTON MAYOR ANDREWS, 73 



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1/26/1990 A 
1/30/1990 A 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NA^!KS 
1/01/19?0 - 1/31/1990 



THE TRIANGLE'S ART-FILLED AND MYSTERIOUS WEEK 

ANLYAN, PETER (TV PRODUCER) 
Tt€ F'RODUCER 

ANTHONY, DAVID (VOLUNTEER) 

DURHAM VOLUNTEER HELPED DRIVE AID TO EL SALVADOR 

ASHBY, STEVEN DR. 

Vmm GETS TO KEEP FUNDS FOR MENTAaY ILL 

ASHLEY, SANDRA BROUN (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/CROWN MANAGER CHARGED AFTER ROBBERY REFt)RT 

ASHMAN, BERNIE (ASTROLOGER) 
BULL CITY STAR MAN 

AVERY, JOHNNY (COACH) 

UPSTART JORDAN FALCO^JS FLYING HIGH AGAIN FOR AVERY 

AYCOCK, ELIZABETH J. (RESEARCH TRIAN(X£ FOUNDATION) 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE FOUNDATION VETS STEP DOUNi NOW PART-TIME CONSULTANTS 

BAG6ETT, JOHN (N.C. AaiANCE FOR THE MB^TAUY ILL) 
COMPASSION AND BACKFIRE 
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 

BAGLEY, GREGORY WAYNE (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/GUNMAN TAKES *400 FROM MAN WALKING HIS DOG 

BAILES, CYNDY 

DOMESTIC VIOLBCE CASES SHOULD HAVE 'PRO ARREST' POLICY 

BAKATSIAS, GEOR'GE 

A TASTE OF GREECE FOR DODNTOUN 

BAKER, PETER L. (ROBBERY OHARGE) 

FiDLICE LOG/MAN CHARGEIi IN 3 ROBBERIES 
BAKER ARRESTED VCS< 3 HOUUPS 

BAKER, QUINTON 

ACTIVISTS WARN AGAINST APATHY 

BAKKER, JIM 

'PTL CLUB' SURVIVOR GETTING OUT OF TOWN 

BALOG, STEVE (ALAMANCE CO.) 

ALAMANCE OXJNTY DA SEEKING RE-ELECTION 

BANKS, JAY (PUBLISHER) 

STATE PRESS GROUP MEETS IN DURHAM 

BARE, JOHN 

NEWS COVERAGE OF PANAMA LONG ON BULK, SHORT ON CONTENT 

BAREFOOT, STEP-HEN 

GREEN FOUNIiATION DIRECTOR NAMED 
BAREFOOT TO DIRECT GREEN FOUNDATION 

BARKER, HARRY LEE (ASSAIXT CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/GALLERY IN BRIGHTLEAF IS ROBBED 

BARNES, A^8C 

REF'S. NOT CONSULTED 

BARNES BANKS ON RECORD 

GRAB STUDENTS PLAN FORUM ON PAY PROBLEMS 

BARRINGER, RUSSELL JR. 

MICHAUX, OTHERS FILE FOR POSTS 
MICHAUX, OTHERS FILE FOR POSTS 



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1/01/1990 - 



INDEX 
1/31/1990 



BY NAMES 



SMITH FILES IN DA RACE; BARRINGER MAY FILE MONDAY 

BARRY, MARION 

A CRACK IN BARRY'S FUTURE 
WHY JACKSON WtY ml RUN 

BARTON, DEBBIE (TEACHER) 

COUNTY TEACHERS TO VOTE ON BONUS PLAN 

BASS, GARY (FISHMONGER'S) 

FISHMONGER'S EXPANDING, ADDING 34-F(raT OYSTER BAR 

BASS, mm 

GRAND Jm INDICTS TWO IN UNRaATED MURDER CASES 

BATCH, DEIRDRE V. 

JUSTICES SUPPORT TOWN'S APPEAL 

BATEMAN, ROBERT 

FOiDERGRASS SEEKING THIRD ELECTION WIN 
TERRELL SEEKS COIWTY SCHOa BOARD POST 
BATDWN: RAISING TEST SCORES GOAL IN THIRD TERM BOARD BID 

BAVIER, FRANCES (SILER CITY) (DECEASED) 
ThE CLUTTERING OF OtC'S PRIVACY 

BAZEMORE, LUNDUS 

ROBBER PAYS VICTIM FROM ftWAGES 
OTHER SETTLEMENTS DUE 

BEASLEY, FRAf«IE MAURICE (ASSAULT CHARGE) 
PO-ICE LOG/ICE CREAM STORE ROBBED 

BELANS, LINDA C. 

FROM GRASS ROOTS TO AN ESTABLISffEHT 
TUGGING AT YOUR 'fCART STRINGS' 

BELL, WILLIAM V, "BILL" 

STADIUM BOND ISSUE MAY GROW BY $480,000 

HIGHT FILES IN SHERFF'S RACE; HEREON, BELL TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

UHICHARD, BEa PLAN RE-ELECTION BIDS; MS. HERON, CARR FILE 

NEW TRANSIT PANEL SWEARS ICMBERS 

BaL: SCHOOL BONDS TOO COSTLY 

BELL TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

COMMISSIONER BaL FILES FOR RE-ELECTION 

BELL, WILLIE JR. (IM:-CH CAMPUS POLICE) 
UNC (FFICERS WIN PROMOTIONS, BACK PAY 

BENNETT, FRED "POPS" (BASKETBALL) 

BENNEH PACES NCCU TO VICTORY OVER SHAW 

BENNETT, T. FRANK 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONER SEEKS RE-ELECTION 

BENNEH, WILLIAM J. DR. 

CHAMBER PLANS BEN^r^r TALK 

BENSON, MARH 

DEVILS ROLL BY INDIANS 

BERGER, ROBERT G. DR. 

TESTING A ICU MEDICAL HELPER 

BERRY, JEFF (BASKETBALL PLAYER) 

BER-RY HELPS JORDAf^ FOOL EXPERTS 

BETTS, DORIS 

NEW DURHAM FILM COMPANY CHALLENGES HOLLYWOOD 
FACULTY TO CONSIDER ATHLETIC REFORM REF'ORT 



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1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



BY N A H E S 



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FACULTY AFfTOVES A1H£TIC REFWMS 

BIGELCy, THOMAS (MCONSHIf€, DRUG CWiRGE) 

Ii00f^lf£, DRUGS LEAD TO ARRlESTS IN ALAJIAfCE 

BILLINGS, RHODA 

aif 'S JJDICK^ ajfWDARY 

BILLIfCSLEY, EVERETT 

OUASA F-OSTK»£S itHING TI(€ OWNffi 

BINDA, ISSAC MOSES (BF-EAKIMG i ENTERING) 

PO-ICE LOG/FajR CHARGED WITH Rt)BBERY IN CREEDMODR 

BLACK, MARY (m E. 

MCRE CANDIDATES THR-CU HATS INTO CWfllSSIOfCRS' RACE 

MICHAUX, OT^ER■S FILE FOR POSTS 

HICHAUX, OThERS FILE f^ POSTS 

MS. BLACK STRESSES EKJCATION, WOUTH 

BLACK, ST(:*flXf !«. (IM;-CH PROF.) 

W.imM. EXPERTS; rCN'T BA^§< ON BUSH PLANS TO BCCST SAVINGS 

BLAKE, DOROTHEA (PM3T(X5RAPHER) 

HOPE FOR nc CATS IN CWTWlH 

ELAf®. CINDY 

BIAND BOe OJT OF N.C. SENATE RACE 

H-Af^S, J(>^N T ALBERT (DRUG O^-GE) 

F-CLICE LOG/fttN CITED FOR DR'UG P-OSSESSION 

BLEVINS, NAT 

ARC PATIENT SEES SO Ml^ t€ mJST M) 

BLUE, ILA J. DR. 

FIVE VOLUNTEERS PRESENTED FtNiCY GOJ.EN RIA£ fmfa>S 

ECARDMAT'I, ETWARlD (fftJSCU.iy< DYSTR-OFW) 
GOV.'S HELP UR-GED IN ICDICAID CASE 
EDWARD BOARDMAN, AT HOME AT THE GREENERY 
BOAFIiMAN'S SON TO KT HOME REHABILITATIO.N 

BOARDMAN, FRJ^^ 

GOV.'S HELP J<GED IN .MEDICAID CASE 
EDWARD KARDMAN, AT HOME AT THE GREENERY 
BOARIiMAN'S SON TO GET !«?€ ROttBILITATiaN 

BOCK, PETE 

VmVii BALLPARK BACKERS START CAfff'AIGN 

EOLDUC, JEAN 

H1J1AN RELATIONS C0»1ISSI0N MAY TR'Y TO BYPASS LEGISLATURE 

PWD, JACK 

JUDGE TO ma>: OVER-CROWDirC IN COURT rCEBS 'UR-KNT ACTION' 

BOOTH, ROBERT H. "BOB" 

CHAMBER, Me«ER COfff'ANY SQUARf (Ff 

BORLAND, MEGAN (MISSING) 

POLICE LOG/THIEVES ROB BRC(JNSTO^ES im SUNDAY NIGHT 
POLICE ARREST CHATHAM WOMAN IN ABDXTIGN 
RI5ITIVE CmRGE FILED AGAIf<ST UCMA.N 

BORLAND, R-USSELL 

Ffa.ICE ASJ^EST CHATHAM '4}MW IN ABDIXTION 
FUGITIVE CHi«GE FILED AGAINST UCMA,N 



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1/14/1990 A 
1/14/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 



1/27/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 
1/09/1990 B 
1/31/1990 A 



l/02.'199O B 
1/11/1990 A 
l/12/'19-90 A 



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1/12/' 1990 A 



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1 P N S17 
7 N T33 
4 E 

2 N M25 
1 N 



1 N S69 

1 N H65 

1 N E33 

1 P N 



1 N E33 

1 P N D38 

3 P N M25 

9 N 

1 P Q N36 

3 N K65 

3 P N iM25 
3 P N H25 
3 N M25 



3 P N M25 
3 P N M25 
3 N M=25 



1 N E33 

1 P N S17 

1 N S69 

1 N S69 



1 P N 
1 N B85 
3 N 



1 H E-85 
3 N 



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PO-ICE ARREST 2 FOR MANY THEFTS 

TWO ffiN ARRESTED, CHARGED IN iiORE THAN 20 BREAK-INS 

BOUIE, AUBREY 

ARTSCENTER EXPECTING IW>ROVED FINANCES 

BOWLER, OLLIE 

UNC OFFICERS WIN PROMOTIONS, BACK PAY 

BOYD, BILL (REP-AS^EBORO) 
BOYD ENTERS SENATE RACE 

BRAH£Y, MICHAEL P. 

EX-DU<E OFFICIAL TO ^£AD STATE'S MARIhE CRESCENT 

BRANCH, LEON <ASSAU.T CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/WARRANT ISSUED FOR HOIELESS MAN IN LIBRARY STABBING 

BRAY, LINDA L. (ARMY CAPTAIN) 

N.C. WOMAN CITED BY WITE HOUSE 

ARMY ACTION SEXIST ON COMBAT AWARD 

CHAPTER 3: THE CAPTAIN BRAY STORY 

IT'S NOT A IWMAN'S FIGHT 

WOMEN SOLDIERS CHAFE AT PRAISE FOR CAPT. H?AY 

BREJ€R, ROBERT (MINISTER) 

SERMWS IN SIGN LANGUAGE SPREAD WORD OF THE LORD 

BRICKEY, ROBERT 

BLl£ DEVILS BRICKEY OUT 2-4 WEEKS WITH INJURY 

BRIDGE, mNALD 

FROM GRASS R(MTS TO AN ESTABLISWEMT 

BRIDGES, BARRY (TRIANGLE FIGURE SKATING CLUB) 
TILLEYS; HAVE ICE SKATES, WILL TRAVEL 
ICE SKATING IS ml JUS! FOR NORTHERNER'S ANYMORE 

BROCK, SHANDA LY^£TTE (ST(S.EN CREDIT CARD CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/3 INJURED IN TRUCK, CAR COLLISION 

BRODIE, H. KEITH H. DR. 

EhSKMENT BOOSTS DUKE MINORIH RECRUITING 

BROILI, SUSAN 

SUN SNAPS IP AWARDS 

BROHEY, D. ALLAN 

BUSH AIDES TO SPEAK IN DURHAM 
BUSH Aire; MATH EDUCATION NEEDS P-RE-COLLEGE FOCUS 
ADVISER SAYS BUSH BUDGET WILL PLEASE SCIENTISTS 
TECH TALK 

BROOKS, BRUCE (AUTWJR) 

AWARD \iimim TAR f€EL NOVELIST HOLDS COURSE WITH NEW VOLUME 

BROOKS, GARTH (SINGER) 

HE'D RATHER BE KNOWN AS A SINGER NONPAREIL/GARTH BROOKS 

BROOKS, RICHARD ALLEN (DRUG CHARGE) 

CHAF-EL HILL POLICE MAKE DRUG ARRESTS AFTER SEARCH 

BROUN, CYNTHIA M. (ROBBERY CHARIJE) 

POLICE LOG/3 INJIKED IN TRUCK, CAR COLLISION 

BROWN, DUANE LEE 

BROWN PLEADS GUILTY TO LESSER OFFENSE 
prosecutor: deal with brown was NECESSARY 



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1/18/1990 C 


1 N B53 
1 P N «51 


CHH 1 


1/30/1990 A 


1 N C62 


CHH 1 


1/17/1990 A 


1 P N 317 


CHH 1 


1/06/1990 A 


3 P N M25 


H 


n 

tL 


1/20/1990 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 B 


1 N M51 


H 
S 
H 
H 
- H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1/04/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 
1/25/1990 A 


1 P N T33 
4 E 
1 N 
4 E 
3 P N 


3 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 P F (S9 


H 


2 


1/08/1990 B 


2 P N M88 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 E 


1 P N ZU 


S 
S 


2 
2 


1/23/1990 D 
1/23/1990 D 


5 P N M06 
5 P N M06 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 N M51 


S 


2 


1/05/1990 B 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/19/1990 A 


1 P N 


S 

S 
H 
S 


2 
2 
2 
2 


1/20/1990 C 
1/25/1990 A 
1/26/1990 C 
1/26/1990 B 


1 N 
1 P N Ui 
1 P N N36 
8 P P 13/ 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 F 


3 R 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 D 


4 P U H90 


CHH 1 


1/27/1990 A 


1 N M70 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 N M51 


H 
S 


2 
2 


1/12/1990 A 
1/12/1990 B 


1 P N S82 
1 N B53 



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REPUBLICAN UASIQl IN OMISSION RACE 

lOCCRAT EU!£f£ A. HWi^ RUf*JING FOR CO^ISSIOiCR 

TTOff -SON BOUS OUT OF RACE 

BROyw, JAf£ (LWC SOOOL OF JOUWALISM) 

ACATiEMIC Ffif SSU<ES TOO WXH TO WtfGlE? GET A MB 

EWaJN, JOYCE (CrttfB. HILL) 

I«OWN, RI«R BOTH LMDLORBS (CORRECTED) 

CCKRECTION 

STILL, THL'ffiS COlU (£T W3^ 

ESOiW, L£S (BAhiD LEAIO) 

LES mm KEEPS DEVILS DANCIfW 

Ifmn, HACK 

AFTER 1-10 SEASONS, BRCWN «AKIM3 CHV^S TO UNC STAFF 
S^£RID*W PAID HIGf€ST SAUWY IN NC SYSTEM 

^ROm, V.E. 

Tf£ BATTLE FOR S^ERIFF 

mCM., H«*: (LAWYER) 

rOBfiE LAWYERS CROP ELECTS BROISC 

Ef>U!NING, miCK (FCX3TBALL) 

DEVILISH decision: MC6E0RGE PICKS Dt5(E 

BRYAN, JAY (D«RBOR0) 

BUT SERIOUa.Y, IT'S A COfflOre IM.IM (W OT>£R 

BXHAN^, WILLIfVI FPAM< (ftfftDER VICTIM) 

PinSBCSfl MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING OF TV E?tf1-0YEE 

BUCKEY, PEK3Y ttO^TIN 

INSIGHT/.AJSTICE IWSERVEIl 

RICKEY, RAYMOND 

INSIST/ JUSTICE WSER<^i 

BUCKLEY, GER/UH F. (SKY C^€F !^t€PfiL MANAGER) 

SK"Y OCFS STACKS FOOD SERVICE 'BALLET' AT BIG RHJ FLIGHT KITC^CN 

EUEH£R, AL 

DUKE TO hCST NCAA f€ET 
AL Bl£HL£R LURES N-CAA TRACK TO DUKE 
TFACK ^EET CdU BE BIG WIN FOR UMm 
LET'S Rl^ WE RACES ^€RE 

WRCH, BILL 

UATERSfO RESTRICTIONS A FOLITID^. DECISION, BILLINGSLEY SAYS 

BURKETT, ERIC (ASSALLT CHARGE) 

mi. CHAR-GED yiTH HOLDIf«, ASSAULTING i«MAN FOR 2 MYS 
POLICE L£X3/MA,N CWsRGEIi IN 3 ROBBERIES 

BIMESCN, IiAN 

WIFE WR-OTE BIJ<L£S0N'S HEDICAL NOTE, WWCE SAYS 
EliJAFIS FEARIhfi lELAY lEHIED 
□4JARD3 CASE NOTES f^AlED 

H5«IS, SIDNEY (PffiT) 

f-GEJ DRAWS IfUN EXPERIQCE TO USE REALISM, ABSTKACTION 

PW^TON. DONALD (ASSAU.T CHARGE) 

PXICE LtK/WiN ARRESTED FOR ASSAU.TING TMS OFFICER'S 
BLACK MAN CLAIMS DU<HAM POLICE 'rtARASSfOTi F-RiOEE GN 
MAN ACCUSES PO-ICE OFFICER'S CF BRUTALITY 



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S 2 



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cm 1 
cm 1 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 



1/24/1990 A 
1/25/1990 B 
1/25/1990 A 



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-P13 L P BYL 

1 F N 
1 D N 
1 P N B85 



cm 1 1/28/1990 A 3 U 



1/04/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 
1/03/1990 A 



1 P N M70 

2 N 
4 E 



S 2 1/02/1990 A 1 P N B71 



1/04/1990 B 
1/17/1990 D 



1/15/1990 A 
1/21/1990 B 
1/30/1990 B 
1/16/1990 A 
1/17/1990 D 
1/28/1990 F 
1/28/1990 F 
1/21/1990 B 



1/16/1990 B 
1/16/1990 C 
1/17/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 



3 N 

3 N 



4 E 

5 N 

1 P N B40 
3 P N C62 
3 N 
1 P N 
1 P N 

o r N AOO 



1 P N ,>188 

1 P U D18 

4 E 

4 E 



cm 1 1/'31/1990 A 1 N 1120 



S 2 

H 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 1 



1/08/1990 C 
1/09/1990 B 



1/20/1990 A 
1/22/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 



H 2 1/14/1990 D 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



1/03/1990 C 
1/05/1990 A 
1/06/1990 C 



1 N B53 
1 N 



1 N S17 
1 N S17 
3 N 317 



1 P N f61 

1 N N36 

2 N 



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SO MUCH FOR -n^E "UIW" THING 

BUSH, GEORK, mX/ET 

AMTRAK WILL GO BANKRIPT IF BUSH BUDGET CUT AF'PROVEH 

PELL GRANT RECIPIENTS LIKELY REDUCED BY BUSH'S FTOPOSEIi BUDGET 

DURHAM HOSPITALS FEEL fCDICARE PINCH 

BUSH'S BUIiGET IS CAUTIOUS 

TRANSIT FUNDS CUT HAY DAMA(^ ENVIRONMefT 

BUSH, GEORGE, BUW^ PROPOSALS 

FT. BRAGG MAY FACE CUTS IMCR BUSH BUDGCT 

BUSH, GEORGE, DOMESTIC TRIPS 

PRESIDENT BUSH TO VISIT CfWRLOTTE f£XT (WITH 

BUSH, GEORGE, ECONOMIC PROFt)SALS 

BUSH'S SAVINGS FIAN NO ECONOMIC MOM 

TRIANGLE EXPERTS: DON'T BANK ON BUSH PLANS TO BOOST SAVINGS 

BUSH, GEOR-GE, FOREIGN POLICY 

GIVE EASTERN EUROPE A HAND 
BUSHyl£N6/CHINESE STUIENTS 
BUSH'S SHALLOU MANDATE 

BUSH, GEORGE, N.C. VISIT 

PRESIDENT BUSH TO VISIT N.C. FRIDAY 

BUSH'S VISIT TO SHOWCASE N.C. STATE'S PHYSICS LABS 

BUSH, GEORGE, TAXES 

DON'T HIKE AIR TRAVEL TAX 

BUSH, 6E0R(^, VETOES 

SENATE UPmJiS BUSH'S VETO CF CHINA BILL 
DUKE'S CHINESE STUDENTS IFSET OVER VETO 

BUTTERS, TOM 

butters; 'K'4€USPAPER MAHER 'IS A NON-ISSUE' 
butters: 'K'-NEUSPAF'ER maher 'is a NON-ISSUE' 
COACH K vs. TfC CHRONICLE 
COACH K cleans THE SLATE 

BYRD, MITCHELL G. (SOUTH GRANVILLE RESCUE SQUAD DIRECTOR) 
AGENCY HONORS GRANVILLE mi FOR RESCUE EFFORT 

CAIRNS, ROBERT DR. (AUTHOR) 

UNC author: TED«' gun OUhtRSHIP STARTLIi« 

CALDWELL, GEORGE LWJIS "BUCK" (FIRE VICTIM) 

A YEAR LATER, DEADLY QIEEN ST. FIRE STILL A MYSTERY 

CALDWELL, HILLIARD 

LETTER TARGETS BLACK LEADERS 
OFFICERS PATROL KING BANQUET 
POLICE PROBE LETTER PROPAGANDA lim 

CALDWELL, PAUL (UNC-CH PCLICE) 

OFFICERS TESTIFY EDWARDS ENTRAPPED 



S 

E 

— DATE — C 

1/14/1990 D 



S 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 1 
H 2 
H 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 

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1/29/1990 A 
1/30/1990 C 
1/30/1990 A 
1/31/1990 A 
1/31/1990 A 



1/28/1990 A 
1/24/1990 B 



1/17/1990 A 
1/22/1990 A 



1/24/1990 A 
1/28/1990 F 
1/30/1990 A 



1/30/1990 C 
1/31/1990 C 



1/26/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 



1/18/1990 B 
1/18/1990 B 
1/21/1990 D 
1/25/1990 A 



1/17/1990 C 
1/03/1990 A 
1/15/1990 B 



1/13/1990 A 
1/15/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 



CAMERON, ANTHONY LtXJIS (AUTO Th£FT, DWI CONVICTION) 
CAR THERS, DWI NET 5-YEAR PRISON TERM 

CAMERON, DAN 

WHEN DOES THE NEW ffiCADE GET STARTED? 

AMERICANS OFTEN TRAVa ANYWHERE, REGARDLESS IF THEY'RE UaCOME OR NOT 

FRIGID DECEMBER MAY MEAN TROPICAL FUTURE 

ROBO-COP WAS TOUGH, BUT NOT LIKE MISS HUMPERDINCK 



CHH 1 
CWH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/03/1990 A 
1/10/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 
1/24/1990 A 



1 N C61 
1 N N36 
1 P N E33 
4 E 
4 E 



1 N 

5 N 



4 E 
1 N E33 



4 E 
4 T T C50 
4 E 



3 N 
2 N 



H 2 1/15/1990 A 4 E 



1 N 
1 P N U60 



1 N M88 

1 N N36 
4 T T C50 
4 E 



1 P N T33 
1 N C60 
1 N M51 



1 N U57 
1 N M25 
3 N 



CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 1 P N S17 



CALHOUN, MICHAEL D. 

GULLEY LAW FIRM SUED OVER FEES (CORRECTED) H 2 1/04/1990 A 1 P N S82 

LAWSUIT PITS LEGAL ASSISTANCE FW3GRAM AGAINST CREST STREET COMM. COUNCIL H 2 1/14/1990 B 1 P N S32 



H 2 1/23/1990 B 3 N 



7 U 

9 U 

9 U 

9 U 



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SPELL OF PLUMBING OPTIMISM CAN BE DISASTROUS 

CAMERON, JACK PHILLIP "JIMMY" (MOLESTATION CHARGE) 
REPORT SAYS MAN ASSAULTED BY TWO UOMEN 

CAMPEQl, JOW (JAZZ PIANIST) 

CAWBELL, AS LEADER, A THINKER'S PIANO MAN 

CANION, KEVIN (SHOT IN LEG) 

POLICE LOG/MEN TURN SaVES IN 

CARI£N, KENNETH D, (FLORAL DESIGNER) 

GARDEN TO LEAD HISTORIC COMMISSION 

CAREY, MOSES (ORANGE CO.) 

LETTER TARGETS BLACK LEADERS 
OFFICERS PATROL KING BANQL£T 
POLICE PRtlBE LETTER F'ROPAGANDA LINK 
ANGERED RESIDENTS BADGER CONSULTANT 

CARFf, NORTON (IBM PROGRAMMER) 

IBM FTOMOTES CAREY TO SENIOR PRtJCRfWER 

CARLON, JAMES FRANCIS (DUD 

PaiCE LOG/CRACK POSSESSION CHARGE FILED 

CARR, JAMES L. 

UHICHARD, BELL PLAN RE-ELECTION BIDS; MS. HERON, CARR FILE 
2 SEEK R£-aECTION 

austerity icasures hit n.c. courts 

carr, thomas (larceny charge) 

pclice log/three arrested for attempted felonious larceny 

carrigg, ste-vc (ruwer) 

new year's day race becoming hjrham tradition 

carrigg, susan (ruwer) 

new year's day race becoming durham tradition 

carson, kay 

tw?ee seek to finish hunt term 

carthen, timothy wayne (theft charise) 
police log/ice cream store robbed 

carver, w. gordon jr. 

r'oxbort) chamfer of commerce holds banquet, installs officers 

cashion, mary jo 
sharing the load 

caudle, neil (author) 

complex portrayal of family violence 

ceausescu, nicolae 

a revolution fueled by hatr'ed 

funderburk; i tried to warn Washington about ceausescu 

cell, gillian dr. (unc-ch) 

unc board reappoints dean cell 

chafe, william h. (author) 

greensboro's 1960 sit-in celebration set 

chambers, julius l. dr. 

naacp's chambers apologizes to stith 

champion, amy (deceased) 

agency honors granville man for rescue effort 



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2 


1/27/1990 B 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


1/30/1990 A 


6 R S66 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 C 


1 N M51 


CHH 


1 


1/13/1990 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 


1/13/1990 A 
1/15/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 


1 N W57 
1 N M25 
3 N 
3 P N M20 


H 


2 


1/25/1990 C 


4 P N 


cm 


1 


1/17/1990 A 


10 N 


H 
S 
H 


2 
2 
2 


1/10/1990 C 
1/10/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 


1 D N 369 
1 P N 
1 P N S82 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 C 


1 N fG6 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


5 P N A76 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


5 P N A76 


CHH 1 


1/31/1990 A 


3 P N M25 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 C 


1 N M51 


H 


1 


1/27/1990 C 


1 N H60 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 E 


1 P N S56 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 D 


3 P R 


H 
H 


2 

2 


1/03/1990 A 
1/22.''1990 A 


4 E 

1 P N 


CHH 


1 


1/13/1990 A 


3 N 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 C 


1 P N N36 


H 


1 


1/17/1990 C 


1 P N T33 



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CHANDLER, RICKY (TIMBERLAKE, N.C.) 

FOUR CANDIDATES SEEK PERSO^I BOARD SEATS 

CHANEY, BETHANY (TEACHER) 

PROGRAM TRIES TO EASE TEACHER SHORTAGE 



H 1 1/24/1990 C 
S 2 1/30/1990 C 



MS. RECKHOw/rAY are seeking COUNTY COMMISSION SEAT; JUDGE CHANEY FILES H 2 1/12/1990 C 
RAY, CHANEY FILE FOR COUNTY OFFICES S 2 1/12/1990 A 



CHARLSON, DAN 

HERALD'S CLAYTON, CHARLSON WIN TOP PRIZES 

CHARNS, MARK ALEXANDER 

CHARNS CLAIMS PARTIAL WIN OVER FBI 

CHAVIS, ARCHIE (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/CROWN MANAGER CHARGED (fTER ROBBERY REF'ORT 

CHAVIS, BEN 

LETTER TARt^S BLACK LEADERS 
POLICE PROBE LEHER PROPAGANDA LINK 

CHILDERS, HOYT 

FOR ^SSE Tf£ STRAY, THE FOURTH TIi€ yAS THE CHARM 
WHY THEY PUT THOSE 4-FOOT-TALL TIRES ON PICKUP TRICKS 
CLOSE EJCOUNTER-S OF THE WILD KIND IN ORANGE COUNTY 
ACADEMIC PRESSURES TOO MUCH TO HANDLE? GET A DOG 

CHRISTENSEN, NORMAN L. (BOTANY PROFESSOR) 

DESTRUCTIVE FIRES AT YELLOUSTO^E HAVE A POSITIVE SIDE 

CHRISTOPHER, ELIZABETH 

CITIZEN AWARD WINNER FINDS TIME FOR LIVING 

CHURCH, JOHN T. 

PRICE, DOSSETT, Ctt^H SEEK SEATS 

CIF-OLLONE, ROSE 

COURT REJECTS SMOKING SUIT VERDICT 

CLARK, JIM (SAVE THE WATER) 

COUNCIL PAfEL OKS CONTROVER'SIAL SEWER LINE FOR TREYBURN 
LIGHT-RAIL PROPOSAL ON AGENDA 
EXF'RESS SYSTEM STUDY URGED 

CLARKE, PATTY (SOCIAL SERVICES OFFICIAL) 

CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE REPORTS SAID ON THE INCREASE 

CLAYTON, RICKY (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

FtLICE LOG/MAN IN HOSPITAL FROM SHOTGUN BLAST IN THIGH 

CLAYTON, WARD 

HERALU'S CLAYTON, CHARLSON WIN TOP PRIZES 

aEMENT, A. J. HOWARD III 
NO-SMOKING ISSUE TABLED 
JENKINS, CLEMENT UR-GE RENEUED BLACK ACTIVISM 
JENKINS, CLEMENT URGE RENEUED BLACK ACTIVISM 
REMARKS RILE REFIJBLICANS 
CLEMENT AHACK OF HELMS IRKS GOP LEADERS 
FREEDOM OF SPEECH HAS NO PARTY LINE 
GOP FIGHT IS NONSENSE 

EDITORIAL AHACKING GOP! CONaUSIONS WITHOUT FACTS 
NEW FRIENDS OF DURHAM REPORTS CONTRIBUTIONS OF *57,652 TO 7 CAWIDATES 

CLINE, ESTELLE "STELLA" HOUCS (STUDENT) 

TALENT SEARCH TABS SCIENCE SCHOOL SENIORS 



H 2 1/19/1990 C 
H 2 1/31/1990 C 
H 2 1/28/1990 B 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



S 2 

cm 1 

S 2 



H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/13/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 



1/07/1990 A 
1/14/1990 A 
1/21/1990 A 
1/28/1990 A 



1/22/1990 C 
1/25/1990 A 
1/16/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 



1/09/1990 B 
1/22/1990 A 
1/25/1990 A 



CHH 1 1/16/1990 A 



H 2 1/25/1990 B 



1/19/1990 C 



1/09/1990 
1/16/1990 
1/16/1990 
1/19/1990 
1/20/1990 
1/20/1990 
1/23/1990 
1/29/1990 
1/30/1990 



1 N H60 
1 N 



1 D N S69 
1 P N 



1 P N 
1 P N S82 
1 N M51 



N «57 
N 



1 N 
1 P N 

1 P N YU 
1 P N 



1 N R63 
3 P N S17 
3 P N C62 



1 N M20 
1 N N36 
1 P N 



1 N R63 

1 N N36 

1 N R63 

1 N C61 
1 P N S69 

4 E 

4 E 

4 L 

1 N S69 



S 2 1/26/1990 C 1 N 



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JUOX KiaS LAWSUIT AGAINST ICVELOPiCNT CC^ff=■ANY FRESIDENT 

COS, Sm <CWtf£L HILL PARENT) 

SURVEY CtMilTTEE PREPARES PROPOSAL 

COLE, a.ORIA JEM (m£ CHAR-GE) 

CHAPa HILL PCLICE MAKE URUG (WESTS ffTER SEARCH 

COLE, JOH.N 

C(«TK3NS LAf^^OTN ^£L^tS' STiWIi m ART 

COLE, LOUISE (LAWSUIT PLAINTIFF) 

MUX. KILLS LAWSUIT AGAIf^T DEVELOPtCNT CO^B'(W PRESIDENT 

COLE, RICWWD m. 

DEAN AT IM APPOINTED TO fCRALD M3ARD 
HERALD CO. NAfES COLE AS DIRECTOR 

COJ-INS, Jl[m T. (SEXm. HOLESTATION C««6E) 
SEXUAL AKJSE CASE GOES TO JURY TOIiAY 
Ma£STATI[^ r€FENDANT ACOUITTED 
ASSISTANT D.A. SAYS FIGHTING FOR CHILDREN IS RtWARDING 

COLVIN, SfWWN (SlfffiER/SONGl^ITER) 

SINGER/SON»KITER IS AIMING FOR T>€ TOP 

CONDER, RICHARD 

AHARON'S ABR/W ICNIES INSIDE IfTORMATION CHAR-GE 

COM^, BILL (ARC CITIZEN [F THE YEAR) 

CITIZEN AWARD WM£R FIffflS TIHE FCK LIVING 

C0W4ALLY, JOW (FOR^€R TEXAS GOV.) 

RESTffl^ B(m SIGNING TO BE HELD TODAY 

COCK, MARIANt€ 

CWK SEEKS ELECTION TO EDUCATION BOARD 

CCOKE, ANSON (BIRD WATCfCR) 

MORE AND (iORE ENTHUSIASTS KEEP EYE ON BIRDIE 

COCKE, MIRIAM 

AT DUKE, A fCU UCFID OF UO^DS 

COtPER, SmJEL (ASSISTANT D.A.) 
ASSISTANT CHATHAM D.A. HIRED 

COOPER, SfCILA GERTRUIE (DRUG OWRGE) 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT ON OFFICERS TURNS SELF IN 

CORCHIANI, CHRIS 

aOSELY OJARffiD 

GOTTEN, JLWSIE (BASKETBALL) 

GOTTEN' S SCFT TO^X>^ Wf:!) iM TIGER FOES 

COnON, ALI .EMA (IiRDG CHARGE) 

TEEN-AGER Af^STED ON COCAIfC CHARGE 

COZART, VICTOR (DRUG CHAR'GE) 

POLICE LOG/ARREST FOLLOWS BRIEF CHASE ON ASfC ST. 

CRAIG, P. H, JR. 

CHAMBER SALARY TOO HIGH FOR 'UNIXWLIFIED' PRESIDENT 
EXPOSURE TO ARTS HELPS KEEP KIDS ON STRAIGHT AN NARR'OU 

CRAIG, ROGER LEE (BASEBALL) 
GIANT'S CRAIG COMING HOt€ 



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— DATE — C -PG L P EYL 


CHH 1 


1/24/1990 A 


1 


N C^2 


cm 1 


1/01/1990 A 


1 


N C62 


cm 1 


1/27/1990 A 


1 


N M70 


H 2 


1/28/1990 E 


8 P R GAS 


cm 1 


1/24/1990 A 


1 


N C62 


H 2 
S 2 


1/10/1990 D 
1/10/1990 A 


4 
3 


P N 
N 


H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


1/19/1990 C 
1/20/1990 C 
1/28/1990 A 


1 
1 
1 


N S32 

N S82 

P N S82 


H 2 


1/05/1990 D 


6 


P R B71 


H 2 


1/11/1990 C 


7 


N 


cm 1 


1/25/1990 A 


1 


P N 


cm 1 


1/23/1990 A 


3 


N 


cm 1 


1/11/1990 A 


3 


N f120 


S 2 


1/19/1990 A 


6 


P F 659 


H 2 


1/28/1990 C 


1 


P N D80 


cm 1 


1/19/1990 A 


3 


N U57 


H 2 


1/29/1990 B 


1 


N f61 


H 2 


1/07/1990 C 


2 


P P K30 


S 2 


1/09/1990 B 


3 P N F-52 


cm 1 


1/12/1990 A 


1 


N S17 


H 2 


1/12/1990 C 


1 


N R63 


cm 1 
cm 1 


1/12/1990 A 
1/31/1990 A 


4 
4 


J 

J 



H 2 1/30/1990 B 



CRAffORD, C.B. (REAL-ESTATE INVESTtK) 



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RENOVATED GROCERY BECO^ES NEW HOC 

CRANFORD, KYLIE (REAL-ESTATE INVESTOR) 
RBMVATED GROCERY BECOhES mi HOffi 

CRANSTON, ALAN SEN. (D-CALIF.) 

CRANSTON'S SiL BILL A MISGUIDED PROPOSAL 

CRISTIANI, ALFREDO 

A COM^ESSIWJ, ALKIT tEAK 

CROSS, BRENDA DENISE (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/MAN CWRGED WITH ASSAU.T ON OFFICERS TURNS SaF IN 

CROTTY, JOHN (BASKETBALL) 

VIRGINIA'S CROTTY GIVES DUKE FITS 

CROUTHER, BILL 

BOARD CWiRTS HILLSBOROUGH ANNEXATION BOUNDARIES 

CUPP, RAY V. (DECEASED) 

CUPP, DECORATED WORLD WAR II VET, DIES 

CUR'RIE, DENNIS ANDRE (ROBBERY CHARGE) 

Pa.ICE LOG/FOUR CHARGED UITH ROBBERY IN CREEDMOOR 

CURRIN, BEN F. DR. (VANCE-GRANVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE) 

VANCE-(SViNVILL£ COMMUNITY COLLEGE ENDOWMENT FUND EXCEEDS $500,000 

CURRY BILL 

TIDE ROLS ON WITHOUT CUm 

DANIEL, BSmSi (NURSING INSTRUCTOR) 

STREi«3T^£N UNDERGRADUATE NUR'SING, EXPERTS TELL UNC OFFICIALS 

DANIELS, CHARLIE 

T>£ SIMPLE MANATIME CHANGES CHARLIE DANIELS 

DANTRt, ALEC JEFFERSON ",£FF" 

NEW DURHAM FILM COfff'ANY CHALLENGES HOLLYWOOD 

DARNELL, TONY EDWARD (DWI) 

POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH DRUNKEN [GIVING 

DASCENZO, FRANK 

SUN SNAPS UP AWARDS 

DAVIDSON, KAREN (FORMER ASSISTANT D.A.) 
ASSISTANT PROSECUTOR DISMISSED 
ASSIATANT F'ROSECUTOR DISMISSED 
ASSISTANT D.A. SAYS FIRING LI^JKED TO JULY CASE 
ASSISTANT CHATHAM D.A. HIRED 

DAVIS, CHICK 

KUANZAA FESTIVAL, RECORD CROWD DRUM IN NEW YEAR 

DAVIS, DOUG 

REP. THOMPSON WON'T RUN AGAIN; LUEBKE IS 
DAVIS FILES FOR COMMISSIONER RACE 
BELL TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

DAVIS, GENE 

2 STUDENT BODY F1<ESII£NTS BLAST BUDGET CUTBACKS 
INCREASED FEES, FUNDS TOP STUDENT LEADERS' PRIORITY LIST 
UNC-SYSTEM STUDENT LEADERS TALK BUDGET 

DAVIS, HARRY M. DR. (APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV.) 

MORTGAGE RATES EXPECTED TO CONTIfAJE DROPPING THIS YEAR 



N E 
P D 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

cm 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 1 

S 2 

CHH 1 

H 2 

H 2 

an 1 

S 2 



am 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 1 



—DATE — 
1/04/1990 

1/04/1990 

1/26/1990 

1/12/1990 

1/29/1990 

1/08/1990 

1/07/1990 

1/28/1990 

1/15/1990 

1/20/1990 

1/09/1990 

1/26/1990 

1/21/1990 

1/05/1990 

1/18/1990 

1/19/1990 



1/10/1990 
1/10/1990 
1/12/1990 
1/19/1990 



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A 1 P N E33 

A 4 E 

A 4 E 

B 1 N ^61 

D 3 P U F25 

A 3 P N W57 

B 2 

B 1 N 

C 1 C N H60 

B 2 P U D18 

A 1 N S17 

E 1 P R H90 

D 3 P F B71 

A 8 N 

A 1 P N 



A 1 P N M70 

A 1 P N W57 

A 1 N M25 

A 3 N U57 



S 2 1/02/1990 B 1 P N B71 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

cm 1 
cm 1 



1/26/1990 
1/26/1990 
1/26/1990 



1/21/1990 
1/22/1990 
1/30/1990 



C 1 P N S69 
C 1 N 
A 1 P N 



B 1 N 
A 3 P N 
A 3 P N 



H 2 1/09/1990 B 1 N L40 



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wc's THE mtm WW 

DAVIS, mi (IRUG CHAR(S) 

POLICE LOS/MAN CWtRGED WITH ASSAIA.T ON OFFICERS TURNS SELF IN 

DAYE, J«€S ALFRED (DWI) 

PO-ICE LOG/CHARGES FtXlOJ ACCIDENT 

DAYE, SHELTON LEE (TJCFT CHARGE) 

FtLICE LOG/aOMAN STABBED TO DEATH SUNDAY DURING ARGUI€NT 

DE HAERE, GUIDO 

EIC, CWWBERS OF COWERtE EYE ^INT EFFORT 

DEAN, REBECCA (1ALL0Y (ARSON) 

WOMAN GETS 12 Y9y«, SUSFeJDED, IN FIRtEtJMBING 
flRESmum GETS WOMAN HOISE ARREST 

teviTTo, sm (UNC cAmjs police) 

SECOND BLACK FEMALE OFFICER HIRED 

^EULY HIRED OFFICER HAD APPLIED EARLIER, COURT EXHIBIT SHOWS 

DEIEESE, S««iRA (CHAPa HILL PO-ICE OFFICER) 
2 WHO PULLED GIRL FROM FIRE TONOFO 

DICKINSON, BLAKE 

Hff-E FOR J}€ CATS IN CWTfWM 

HAVERLAND 'SEEKING 1ST FILL TERM 

AREA SCHOOLS WON'T TUNE IN TO PROGRAM 

ROMANIA HOLDS FOND ^BBRIES F«? UNC STUICNT 

DILLER, FWLLIS 

LOOK l*WT'S BECO(€ (F FHYUIS DILLER 

DIXON, ER^€ST T. (PERSON CO. SfCRIFF) 

PERSON SJCRIFF DISMISSES ItPUTY WW) FILQi TO RUN AGAINST HIM 

DIXON, JOY FRANEHA (TRAFFIC CJWRGE) 

POLICE Lfflj/ARfEST F(XJ-Otfi BRIEF CHASE ON AStC ST. 

DIXON, THEE 

DIXON WANTS BLACKS IN ^^ASCAR 

BOAR, CINDY GREEN (GREENE VALLEY FARMS) 
0l*O FACES CRUELTY C»ffXX. 

M3LE, ELIZABETH 

COAL ACCORD MAY SIGNAL RETURN OF MRS. DOLE 

DOLE, raBERT 

GET REAL ABOUT FCKEIGN AID 

rossEn, JACK ttomas 

PRICE, DOSSEH, CHUFCH SEEK SEATS 

MORE CANDIDATES TVROW HATS INTO COtflllSSIONERS' RACE 

DOYLE, JOWl (VOICE OF TI^€ i TEMPERATLIRE SERVICES) 

ACROSS THE NATION, TIME AND TEMPERATLIRE CALLS AR'E ACCORDING TO DOYLE 

DOZIER, RICK-Y (STABBING VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/2 (CN BEAT OWNER OF VILLAGE TV 

DRAKE, GERALD A, DR. 

EDITORIAL WAS PRWAGANDA 

DUNCAN, GARY 

A CONSENSUS ON CCf«ITICNAL-USE 



N E 

P D 

H 2 
H 2 

aw 1 

H 2 

cm 1 



H 2 
S 2 



CHH 1 
cm 1 



S 

E 

—DATE — C 

1/14/1990 D 
1/29/1990 B 
1/19/1990 A 
1/22/1990 B 
1/13/1990 A 



1/03/1990 D 
1/03/1990 A 



1/10/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 



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4 E 

1 N M51 

3 N 

1 N M51 

3 N W57 



3 N SS2 
6 N 



3 N 317 
1 N S17 



cm 1 l/'30/1990 A 1 P N M70 



cm 2 
CHH 2 

cm 1 
cm 1 



H 2 

H 1 

H 2 

S 2 

cm 2 

H 2 

H 2 

s 2 
H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

cm 1 



1/05/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 
1/!2,'1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 



1/19/1990 D 
1/20/1990 C 
1/12/1990 C 
1/16/1990 C 
1/05/1990 A 
1/08/1990 B 
1/19/1990 A 



1/16/1990 A 
1/17/1990 C 



1/21/1990 B 
1/21/1990 B 
1/23/1990 A 
1/14/1990 A 



1 P N D3S 

3 P N ri38 

3 N Ii38 

3 P N B38 



3 P F G59 
1 N H60 
1 N R63 
5 P N M06 

3 P N 317 
1 P N 

4 E 



1 P N Yll 
1 N S69 



1 U N36 
1 N M51 
4 L 
1 P N C62 



DUfCVANT, ROWIE 



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P D 



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FOUR CANMDATES SEEK PERSON BOARD SEATS 

DUNLAP, ^€^«Y (CHATHAM CO.) 

CHAIRMAN SEEKING RE-aECTION _ 

REVIEW OF APPLICANTS SOON TO BEGIN IN CHATHAM MANAGER SEARCH 

DUNN, SAMMY LEE (TRAFFIC CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/ARREST FOLLOWS BRIEF CHASE ON ASHE ST. 

DYMALLY, MERVYN (D-aLIF.) 
ANOTf€R CHAPTER IN GREED 

EASLEY, MICH|!£L F. (DISTRICT AHORNEY) 
EASLEY SAYS WIFE TARI^ OF SfEARS 

EDDLEMAN, WELLS 

AMERICANS RKSTT TO PROTEST AGAINST NEW POWER PLANTS 

EDMISTEN, RIFUS 

CREATIVE BUDGET EFFIKTS SAVE EDMISTEN'S TRAVEL FUNDS 

EDMONDS, ^£LEN DR. 

NAACP'S CHAMBERS APOLOGIZES TO STITH 

NCCU trustee: students CAN'T KEEP KING'S r«EAM 

EDMONDS, fCNRY L. REV, 

HERE'S THE OWCH, ^£RE'S TVE STEEPLE 

EDWARDS, KEITH (UNC-CH PaiCE OFFICER) 
SECOND BLACK FEMALE OFFICER HIRED 

NEWLY HIRED OFFICER HAD APPLIED EARLIER, COURT EXHIBIT SHOWS 
WIFE WROTE BURLESON'S MEDICAL NOTE, NANCE SAYS 
EDWARDS HEARING I£LAY DENIED 
OFFICERS TESTIFY EDWARDS ENTRAPPED 
□WARDS FELL THROUGH CRACKS, SfERMAN SAYS 
FAVORITISM A PROBLEM, NOT RACISM, ZUNIGA SAYS 
SUPERVISOR SAYS RECORDING NOT INTENDED TO INCRIMINATE 
EDWARDS CASE NOTES mJLLED 
UNC POLICE CHIEF PLANS RETIREMENT 

EDWARDS, MICHAEL (BARTENDER, MAGICIAN) 

BARTENDER PRACTICES FOR MAGIC MOiCNTS 

EIDENIER, BETTY 

EIDENIER CHOSEN PLA^9^ING BOARD CHAIRWOMAN 

EISENBEIS, ROBERT A. 

TRIANGLE EXPERTS! DON'T BPm ON BUSH PLANS TO BOOST SAVINGS 

ELLIOTT, BOBBY RAY (DWI) 

F-OLICE LOG/mN INJJRED IN ROBBERY TRY 

EUIS, BARBARA DR. (SCHOOL PRINCIPAL) 

ELLIS BEGINS NEW YEAR AT SMITH SCHOOL POST 

DR. ELLIS CALLS TRANSITIWJ A 'GREAT DAY' 

NEW PRINCIPAL DESERt-ES CHANCE AT Y.E. SMITH 

Y.E. SMITH SCf«30L PAR'ENTS CALL ELLIS SWITCH A BLUNDER 

SMITH SCHOOL PARENTS CALL ELLIS TRANSFER A 'BLUNDER' 

DR. ELLIS ASKS FOR CHANCE TO PROVE ABILITY TO GROUP 

SMITH PAR'ENTS MEET WITH ELLIS 

STOP BATTLING THE PRINCIPAL 

FAISON'S LEADERSHIP ABILITY ALSO ON Tf£ LINE 

ELLIS, THOMAS WILLIAM III 

VANCE NATIVE NAMED TO AGRICULTURE FTOT 

ENGLISH, VERA 

SUPREME COURT TO REVIEW CASE OF WILMINGTON GE WHISTLEBLOWER 



H 1 1/24/1990 C 1 N H60 



CHH 2 

cm 1 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 



s 2 



H 1 
H 2 



1/05/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 



1/12/1990 C 



1/08/1990 A 



1/24/1990 B 



1/05/1990 C 
1/15/1990 A 



1/10/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 
1/22/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/24/1990 A 
1/24/1990 A 
1/25/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 



1/22/1990 A 
1/20/1990 C 



1/02/1990 A 
1/03/1990 C 
1/03/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 
1/10/1990 A 
1/10/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 



3 P N 
3 P N M25 



1 N R63 

4 E 

5 P N 



H 2 1/16/1990 A 



S 2 1/12/'1990 A 5 U Oil 



1 P N N36 
1 N E33 



H 2 1/17/1990 C 1 P P T37 



N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
N S17 
1 P N S17 
1 P N S17 
3 P N S17 
3 N S17 
1 N S17 



S 2 1/08/1990 C 1 P N C61 



CHH 1 1/17/1990 A 3 P N M20 



1 N E33 
1 N R63 



1 P N Yll 
1 P N C47 
E 

N C47 
N Yll 
N C47 
N Yll 
E 
E 



1/13/1990 C 1 N H60 



1/23/1990 A 1 P N 



ETHERIDGE, BOBBY (N.C. DEFT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION) 



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1/31/1990 



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STATE SHMLS CHIEF OPPOSES CHAf#€L 0>£ 

EXUH, J^^S j;. 

LABAkRE out, TITUS IN AS CHIEF MgE 

LABARRE OUSTED AS lOOHAM'S CHIEF JUDGE AFTER l,»ERBAL JABS AT HIGH COURT.. 

LABARRE, TITUS SAY EXUM'S ACTION CAi€ AS SIW^ISE 

LABAW<E'S (©1CVAL SLRF'RISES CFFICIALS 

BEE IN A F-OWBERED UIG 

FAHEY, JOm (ttUSICI(«) 

jm F(:«EY/XSH WITE JR.— Of£ ACT HITS, T>€ OTtCR HISSES 

FAISON, HAUTHORfC DR. 

Y.E. SMITH SCWML PffSKTS C(U1 ELLIS SWITCH A BLUNDER 
SMITH KHCO. ?(fSmS CALL ELLIS TR(WSFER A 'BLUNICR' 
m. ELLIS ASKS FCR CmNCE TO FfOVE ABILITY TO GROtP 
FAISfflJ'S LEABERSHIP ABILITY ALSO ON TVE LI^£ 
CITY SYSTEM COWITTEE STUDIES HAGhCT SrmX.S 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD AHFTS BUILDING FIAM 
SCHOX BOARD a<S BUILDING PLAN 

FALOM, XSEFH JAf€S (GAMH.ING OWRGE) 
7 FIEAD TO GAMBLING CH(«GES 

FATE, FOREST LEE (LARCENY CHARGE) 

ALERT BfWKER SAVES WM'S PAYCJCCK 

PAYOfiCK SiaSH FR-OM BAf«< WORKER'S MOM NETS CHSiRGE 

FEAT}£R-STCW, AL COSW^ Sl*<) 
Sl^ SNAPS IP AUARDS 

FERGUSa^, ELAI^£ (REPWTER) 

ISLAND USES SCHCMLS TO SUffJl^ STORM 

FERRtLL, PAUL (BASKETBAa PLAYER) 

jmsm comiTS to state; ankle fWY keep ferrell ojt 

FLETCHER, JOW W;. (DUW1AM COJNTY ^£ALTH I£PT.) 
COUNTY PREPf*£S ITS 'SKEETER' STRATEGY 

FLOWERS, BRAMON (HORSEBACK RIICR) 

NCRTMJKID TEEN Ca1BI^£S HIS FAVORITE TOBBY, JOB 

FOLDSEY, TOBIN I«. 

ENTREF1®EU? BIOLMIST STARTS OMOHS BY (ttIL BUSINESS IN TRIAt^GLE 

Fms, DANNY 

F£F-OftT CLAIMS CLEMSON COAOCS &^ PLAYERS CASH 

FORD RESIGNS AT CLEMSON 

FORD'S 'AMICABLE' DEF'ARTURE COSTS CLEMSON $1 MILLION 

FOR'D tJAS PERFECT COACH FOR TIGERS 

CLEMSON FLAYERS WANT DANNY BACK 

TFE DISHOMKABLE PAYOFF 

FORD, GAIL (ARTIST) 

FmX FINISfCS FASHIOii«lE IN H»€ KC0RATIM3 

FOSTER, I^OFFREY EfE^SON (.mS CONVICTION) 
AFTER 6RAI!UATICB^, T}£Y'LL GO TO F-RISON 

FOUCHEE, SHERMAN (H?UG CHARK) 

PO-ICE LOG/CWa<GES FOLLOW ACCIDENT 

FOWLER, RICHARD PAUL (AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM) 
TEEN GETS ajSPENIO SENTEM^E 
YOJTH POJISHED FOR FF:EAK l«ECK TWiT KILLED TEEN 

FOX, CARL 

ASSISTANT FTOSECUTOR DISMISSED 
ASSIATANT PR-OSCUTCW DISMISSED 



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1/13/1990 A 
1/14/1990 A 
1/15/1990 A 
1/15/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 



1/09/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 
1/10/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 
1/23/1990 B 
1/24/1990 A 
1/24/1990 A 



2 1/23/1990 A 
2 1/25/1990 B 



1 P N B53 
1 P N 982 
1 N ^2 
1 N B53 
4 E 



H 2 1/16/1990 A 6 R H90 



N C47 
N YU 
N C47 
E 

N W40 
N U.60 
N Yll 



H 2 1/04/1990 C 9 N S82 



1 N B53 
5 N 



2 1/19/1990 A 1 P N 

2 1/29/1990 C 1 P N Yll 

2 l/31/r?90 D 3 P N E40 

2 1/26/1990 A 1 P N H65 

2 1/06/1990 A 6 P P L38 

2 1/04/1990 C 3 P N K65 



2 1/10/1990 D 1 P N 

2 1/13/1990 A 1 P N 

2 1/19/1990 B 1 P N 

2 1/19/1990 C 1 P U D18 

2 1/19/1990 C 1 N 

2 1/27/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/12/1990 A 6 P N 359 
H 2 1/29/1990 A 9 N 
CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 8 N 



H 2 1/26/1990 C 3 N 
S 2 1/26/1990 C 1 N 



CHH 1 1/10/1990 A 1 P N M70 
cm 1 1/10/1990 A 1 P N W57 



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ASSISTANT D.A. SAYS FIRING LINKED TO JULY CASE 
COURTS PROTECT KILLERS 
ASSISTANT CHATHAM D.A. HIRED 
REED GRAVETTE mi JJST— FOX 

FOX, DANIEL E. (BAM<ER) 
BIZ NOTES 

FOX, RICK (BASKFTBAa) 

HEELS STARTING TO CLICK 

FRA^a<LIN, jom hope dr. 

FRAfa<LIN TO SPEAK AT KING SERVICE 

KING BUILT ON NONVIO-ENCE LEGACY, HISTORIAN SAYS 

FREEMAN, FR««LIN JR. 

AlBTERITY ^EASURES HIT N.C. COURTS 

FRIDAY, WILLIAM C. 

ILLITERACY PROBLEM FACES AHACK 

FRIEDMAN, ClttRLES P. DR. 

TESTING A ^EW fOICAL HELPER 

FRISBIE, MIDWEL FKANCIS (DUD 

POLICE LOG/NAN FACES DWI, WEAPONS CHARGE 

FRYE, RICHARD (ALAMANCE CO. SHERIFF) 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF FILES FOR ELECTION, FACES GOP OPPOSITION 

FUNDERBURK, DAVID DR. 

FUNnERBlfla<t I TRIED TO WARN WASHINGTON ABOUT CEAUSESCU 

FUQUA, J. B. 

FUQUA SCHOOL TO TRAIN SOVIET (WNAGERS 

RED INK 

NAYLWJ: SOVIETS WILL DRIFT TOWARD FREE-MARKET ECONOMY 

GADDIS, DALE 

LIBRARY GROUP FOR BUYING NEW BRANDH 

COUNTY fWY BUY BUILDING FOR A NEW BRANCH LIBRARY 

COUNTY APPROVES PLAN OUTLINE OF NEW LIBRARY 

GAINES, CLARENCE E. "BIGHOUSE" 

EAGLES SHIfC IN SPOTLIGHT; 'BIGHOUSE' REMAINS AT 799 
•BIG HOUSE': CLIMB TO SOOTH WIN TOUGH TASK 

GAITHER, STEVE 

NO. 1 ELVIS REPORTER REASSIGfED AFTER 'INTERtSTING' TWO YEARS 

GANTT, HARVEY (FORMER CHARLOTTE MAYOR) 

BLACK POLITICIANS TO BENEFIT FROM BILL 

THOMAS FILES; GANH READY TO ANNOUNCE 

JUSTICE DEF'ARTMENT APPRWAL AWAITED ON PRIMARY CHANGE 

GARDNER, AVA (DECEASED) 

AVA GARDNER' DIES IN LONDON AT 67/N.C.-BOR'N STAR LIVED SIREN'S LIFE 

HUNIiREDS COME ANNUALLY TO VISIT AVA GARDNER MUSEUM 

SMITlf lELD REMEMBERS AVA GARDNER 

FRflM Ft3VERTY TO HOLLYWOOD 

AVA GARDNER IS BW^IED IN SMITHFIELD 

GARDNER, JIM (N.C. LT, GOVERNOR) 
MARTIN URGES 'PIPLINE' EFFORT 

GENTRY, JERRY 

THE CLUHERING OF ONE'S PRIVACY 

GEORGE, JEFFREY SCOTT (ROBBERY CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/WARRANT ISSUQ FOR HOMELESS MAN IN LIBR'ARY STABBING 



N E 
P D 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 2 
CHH 1 



H 2 
H 2 

cm 1 
cm 1 

H 1 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 
S 2 



S 2 
S 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



S 2 
H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



S 

E 

—DATE — C 

1/12/1990 A 
1/14/1990 A 
1/19/1990 A 
1/21/1990 A 



CHH 1 1/02/1990 A 
S 2 1/24/1990 D 



1/05/1990 A 
1/08/1990 A 



1/27/1990 A 
1/28/1990 B 
1/26/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 
1/05/1990 C 
1/22/1990 A 



1/11/1990 C 
1/11/1990 C 
1/27/1990 A 



1/05/1990 B 
1/09/1990 B 
1/10/1990 C 



1/21/1990 C 
1/26/1990 B 



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■P6 L P BYL 

1 N M25 
4 L 
3 N W57 
3 P N W57 



5 P N 
1 P U D18 



3 N 

1 P N M20 



1 F N S82 
10 P N K65 
10 P N 

8 N 

1 N H60 

1 P N 



1 P N 
1 P N 
1 P N E33 



1 P N H65 
1 P N H65 
1 P N S69 



1 N B64 
3 P N 



H 2 1/07/1990 B 1 U N36 



1/09/1990 A 
1/30/1990 C 
1/30/1990 C 



1/26/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 
1/26/1990 B 
1/29/1990 A 
1/30/1990 A 



1/27/1990 A 
1/21/1990 D 
1/14/1990 B 



5 U Oil 
3 N 
3 N 



1 P N 

1 N 

4 

4 E 

1 P N 



1 N 
5 U G33 
1 N M51 



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1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



POLICE ARREST 2 FOR MANY Tf€FTS 

TUO fO ARRESTED, CHARGED IN MORE THAN 20 BFEAK-INS 

GEORGE, UILLIA 

MAJOR YUCA CHANGES BLOCK AWARDS PRCBRAM 

GERBER, GWEN (ANIMAL PROTECTION SCCIETY) 

APS TELLS YKJNG HOU TO TAKE THE BITE OUT OF DOGS 

6ERRARD, ALICE (MUSICIAN) 

PICKIN' AND PRINTINVALICE GERRARD 

GIBSON, TAHMY LASICLLE (ISUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/ARfCD ROBBERY OCCURS AFTER GUEST OFG^S APT. DOOR 

GILES, DEEOWIH (DURHAM CITY SCmOLS' ADVISORY BOARD) 
MS. GILES, ROBINSON FILE FOR COW1ISSI0NER RACE 
2 MORE DEMOCRATS SEEK COMMISSION SEAT 

GILES, DEBORAH GEORGE 

CANDIDATE SAYS EDUCATION KEY TO AIDING C0MJ1UNITY GROUTH 

GILL, EMMEH L. (DURHAM HIGH PRINCIPAL) 
mS ATTDffiANCE FIGURES DON'T ADD UP 

GILLESKIE, ALEX 

DURHiW REC DEF'ARTMENT RtACHES OUT TO YOUTH 
GILLESKIE OVERSEES SVOUING PRtJGRAMS 

GILLESPIE, DIZZY 

HERALDING T>€... lOP 10 IN JAZZ 

GLENN, BBm LEE 

lELEGATION'S VELP SOJGHT ON PAROLE HEARINGS 

GLDiN, DAVE 

COACH MEETS AGAIN 

TAR fCaS CONTINIE MASTERY OF DEACS 

GODWIN, NOAH PAGE (R-OBBERY VICTIM) 

F-OLICE LOG/TVREE ARRESTED FOR ATTEMPTED FELONIOUS LARCENY 

GOLDEN, MARY (BASKETBALL COACH) 
LAKERS UNDEFEATED IN 3 YEARS 

GOLDSTON, BILL (D-ROCKINGHAM) 

*50 MILLION HIGHWAY SHORTFALL IS CdlH) 'TEMPORARY GLITCH' 

GOOCHE, LOUISE DR. 

NURSING GRADUATES EXCEL ON LICENSE EXAMINATION 

GOODE, ELIZABETH (AUTHOR) 

TRIANGLE DINING, BY THE BODK 

COODER, HARRY (MICROBIOLOGIST) 
SPOTLIGHT ON A CLEAN SHOW 

GORBACHEV, MIKHAIL S. 

GORBACHEV'S PROBLEMS MULTIPLY 

GORDON, ALICE (ORAN(^ CO.) 

FORMER PLANNING BOARD HEAD SEEKS SEAT ON COUNTY BOARD 

GRAHAM, CAROLYN (NURSE) 

PATIENTS NOT ILL TO 'REHAB' WRSE. 

GRAHAM, ROBERT (R'EPORTED MlSSIfffi) 

MISSING MAN FOUND AT SCENE OF HJ^ZE 



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E 
D 


s 

E 

— DATE — C ■ 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


S 
H 


2 
2 


1/17/1990 A 
1/18/1990 C 


1 N B53 
1 P N t151 


S 


2 


1/18/1990 A 


1 P N S27 


cm 1 


1/28/1990 A 


3 P N C62 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 D 


6 P U S56 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 P N M51 


H 

S 


2 
2 


1/20/1990 C 
1/20/1990 A 


1 D N S69 
1 P N 


s 


2 


1/23/1990 C 


1 N 


s 


2 


1/25/1990 A 


1 N Yll 


s 
s 


2 

2 


1/02/1990 B 
1/02/1990 B 


6 P N M06 
6 N M06 


H 


n 


1/02/1990. A 


6 P R S66 


H 


2 


1/03/1990 D 


8 P N M51 


H 
H 


2 
2 


1/21/1990 C 
1/23/1990 B 


7 N, 
2 P N 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 C 


1 N N36 


s 


2 


1/23/1990 D 


4 P N A76 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 C 


4 P N 


S 


2 


1/31/1990 C 


1 N E33 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


6 P N 356 


CHH 


1 


1/21/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 A 


4 E 


CHH 


1 


1/19/1990 A 


1 P N M20 


S 


T 


1/01/1990 C 


1 N 


CHH 


1 


1/16/1990 A 


3 P N 1J57 



GRAVETTE, ROBERT LEWIS (HILLSBOROUGH) 



-U640- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1990 - 



INDEX 
1/31/1990 



BY NAMES 



6RAVETTE HEARING EXPECTED WITHIN DAYS, D.A. SAYS 
COURT RELEASES CONFESSED KILLER 
yJCTIMS* FAMILIES ANGRY AT DECISION 
FREED KILLER TO BE TREATED IN DURHAM 
FREED 6RAVETTE NOT JUST~FOX 

GREAR, JOYCE 

UNDERGROUND NO MORE 

GREEN, A.J. (FIREFIGHTER) 

FIREFIGHTER WHO SAVED KITTENS SWUERED WITH HUMAN PRAISE 



GREEN, ANN 

SIW SNAPS UP AWARDS 

GRIFFIN, LEE ANTHONY (AUTO LARCENY CHARGE) 

PaiCE LOG/CROWN MAWiGER CHARGED AFTER ROBBERY REPORT 

GRIMES, JWN (CtWTWai COUNTY) 

DEMS MAY FACE RUNOFF IN COMMISSIONERS RACE 

6RISS0M, MARION T. 

THREE-MAN RACE FORMS Fm StCRIFF IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

GRUBB, CHARLES "CHUCK" 

ABSENT CITY COUNCIL PAIR PROTEST CmNGED VOTES 
ODD RULES, MISCHIEF BRING JUSTICE 

GRUMETTE, JESSE (CHAPEL HIU) 

RBUNDANT SPEECH LEADS TO TOO mx:H CF A BAD THING 
justice: a MUBLE standard for the rich, the F'OOR 
PARDON Tl€ RUIBESS, BUT THAT'S ADU.T, NOT ADULT 
DON'T BE A SCHLEMAZa— IF YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS 

C<jaiOnA, TOM (BASKETB^IL) 

'PACK'S GUO-IOHA STUNS TIGERS UITH FINAL SHOT 

aJITERAS, PATRICK DR. 

ACCEPTING DIAGNOSIS OF DEPRESSION IS OFTEN FIRST STEP OF HEALING PROCESS 
SOME EMe<GENCY METHODS THAT CAN REMOVE OBJECTS STUCK IN CHILD'S NOSE 
BREAST CANCER UNCOMMON DISEASE FOR YOUNG WOMEN 
OSGOOD-SCHLATTER'S DISEASE AFFECTS KNEE 

6ULICK, JIM 

N.C. CONSl^CR PROTECTION AGENCY GETS 350 CALLS A DAY 

GULLEY, WILBUR P. "WIB" 

GULLEY LAW FIRM SUED OVER FEES (CORRECTED) 

CLEARING Tf€ RECORD 

WHO'S Tf£ MAYOR NOW? 

NEW TRANSIT PANEL SiiEARS i€MBERS 

GURGANUS, TOM 

COMMWITY CENTER SITES DISCUSSED 

GURNEY- ELKINS, CY 

ASSISTANT D.A. SAYS FIGHTING FOR CHILDREN IS REWARDING 

6USTAVESAN, NORM (COtfflETE COUNT COmiHEE) 

CENSUS COMMITTEE HOPING RESIDENTS WILL BE COUNTED 

HAAGAN, PAUL H. 

NORIEGA TRIAL MAY PROVE TO BE LONG, COMPLICATED 

HABIT, TONY 

PUBLIC EDUCATION FUND HAS DYNAMIC GROWTH IN 4 YEARS 

HACKiCY, H. BRYANT (DECEASED) 

FORMER MATOR OF CARRBORO HACKEY, AT 72 
H.B. HACKNEY A GREAT MAN 



N E 
P D 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 

cm 1 



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



H 2 
H 2 



CHH 2 
CHH 1 

cm 1 

CHH 1 



— DATE — 

1/17/1990 
1/20/1990 
1/20/1990 
1/20/1990 
1/21/1990 



1/12/1990 
1/14/1990 
1/19/1990 
1/28/1990 
1/24/1990 
1/13/1990 



1/20/1990 
1/21/1990 



1/07/1990 
1/14/1990 
1/21/1990 
1/28/1990 



cm 2 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 1 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



cm 1 

H 2 

cm 1 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

cm 1 



PACE 17 
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S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 

A 1 P N M70 

A 1 P N M70 

A 1 N U57 

C 1 P N 

A 3 P N W57 



A 1 P P L38 

A 1 P N M51 

A 1 P N 

B 1 N fSl 

A 3 N M25 

C 1 N T33 



C 1 P N R63 
D 5 U A20 



A 5 U 

A 5 U 

A 5 U 

A 5 U 



S 2 1/04/1990 B 1 P U D18 



1/05/1990 
1/12/1990 
1/19/1990 
1/26/1990 



A 7 U 

A 7 U 

A 5 U 

A 5 U 



H 2 1/30/1990 C 3 N 



1/04/1990 
1/05/1990 
1/14/1990 
1/22/1990 



1/11/1990 
1/28/1990 
1/01/1990 
1/08/1990 
1/28/1990 



1/23/1990 
1/25/1990 



A 1 P N S82 

A 2 N 

D 4 E 

C 1 N C61 



A 3 P N C62 

A 1 P N S82 

A 1 N C62 

B 1 N N36 

B 1 P N N36 



B 5 P 

A 4 L 



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1/01/1990 - 



INDEX 
1/31/1990 



BY NAMES 



S 

E 

-DATE — C 



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HACWCf, X£ 

REPS. NOT CONSLlTEIi 

HACKJCY GOES FOR 6TH TERM 

STATE WASTE AUTHORITY'S RESPONSE QUESTIO^£D 

AUTHORITY CmCIAL CRITICIZES IffOWfATION FIROCEBURES 

HACKNEY LETTER ANSt€R CS<, PRESS LAWYER SAYS 

F1JBLIC DESERVES EOWL TREATtCNT 

m>MD, K3B 

T>£ i«RLD-fWSIC rm 

HAKAN, JOE 

Xm 'STILL' SITUATED ON RtKKY HILL 
OFFICII. Sl|:-pa<TS RtKKY HILL FIANS 

f^«J<IOTIS, STEFt€N 

ORANGE CO. BOARD GATHERS FOR RETREAT 

CC»1ITTEE ENICRSES RURAL BUFFER OPTIONS 

Ca*lISSIO^£RS seek to FIVEVENT ANOT^€R ACRIMOIIOJS HEETING 

^wlBY, jom 

WRE CANDIDATES TWROU HATS INTO COWIISSIONER'S' RACE 

WWTON, TREVOR 

WFKINS* CASE DOMINATED m£H CF LAW EhfORtEfBfr fCWS IN '89 

HAfff'TON: F-EOFIES SEOJRITY E1IILDIN6 GOOD FOR POLICE 

DURHAM POLICE FACE RWflJOil DRIJC TESTS 

DURHAM POLICE PLAN DRUG TESTS FC« OFFICER'S 

DRUG TESTIM3 CALLED HIGH.Y ACCtJRATE 

POLICE STOP BASED ON SKIN COLOR DRAWS PR-OTEST 

l€LfING USERS BEST WAY TO WIN WAR ON ISUGS 

HANhCR, E.T. 

REECE MAKES STATE SENATE BID CFFICIAL 

HANSEN, WjW 

Db'RHAM m\ REDISCOVERS BRITISH ^0M 

HARDIN, PALL (WC-CH CHANCELLOR) 

BOOSTERS' BOOKS ^J0 SECRET, HARDIN SAYS 
mmiH BACKS REFORM 

HARDY, JAJ«:S H. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR) 
COURTS PROTECT KILLER'S 

mim., («REL H. 

GLAXO'S SANDER'S TO SPEAK AT DU(E 

HARMS, THELMA (TEAOCR) 

SERIES LOOKS AT RAISING U.S. YKJTH 

HARRELL, ROBERT LAYTON (DRUG CWR-CE) 

f-O-lCE (WfST UNC STUDENT ON DRI^, WEAF'ON CHAR(£S 

HARRaSON, TOMMY (ItPT. OF TRAfJS. SECRCTARY) 

DEF'AR'T1€NT CHIEF FACES TRiV^P-ORTATION CHALLENGE 

HARRIS, ALEX (FWTOGRtf-HER) 

STORIES OF OUR LIVES/f€W IiUKE CB^TER HEIR TO TRADITION 

HfiRRlS, AMOS (BLIRGLARY CHAR'GE) 

POLICE LOG/CHASE ENDS WITH ASSAULT, DUI CHAR-GES 

HARRIS, DARR'YL (BASKETBALL) 

DREAMING HOOPSTER' ON THE RISE 

HARRIS, JC£ (liRUG Ch'AR-GE) 

POLICE LOG/CR(WN MANAGER CHARGED AFTER ROBBERY REF'ORT 



cm 1 
cm 1 
c^*^ 1 

CHH 1 

cm 1 
cm 1 



cm 1 
cm 1 



cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 



cm 1 
s 2 



cm 1 
cm 1 



cm 1 

H 2 

cm 1 
cm 1 
s 2 
s 2 

H 

s 

H 



1/06/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 
1/14/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/24/1990 A 



1/06/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 



1/06/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 



1/01/1990 C 
1/06/1990 A 
1/25/1990 A 
1/26/1990 C 
1/26/1990 A 
1/26/1990 C 
1/27/1990 A 



1/04/1990 A 
1/16/1990 A 



1/13/1990 A 
1/21/1990 A 



1/14/1990 A 
1/29/1990 B 
1/29/1990 A 
1/19/1990 A 
1/04/1990 C 
1/23/1990 C 
1/07/1990 B 
1/C9/1990 B 
1/28/1990 B 



4 L 
1 P B M25 
1 P N M25 
1 P N M25 
1 N M25 
4 E 



H 2 1/18/1990 A 6 P F Zll 



1 P N M70 
1 N M70 



3 P N M20 
3 N M20 
3 P N H20 



H 2 1/17/1990 C 1 N S69 



1 D N M51 
1 N B53 
1 P N B53 

3 N 

1 N B53 
1 N C61 

4 E 



3 P N M25 
1 P N B53 



1 N S17 
1 P N S17 



4 L 

2 N 

3 P N WS 
1 N f170 

5 P N 

1 P N E33 
1 N M51 

6 P N A76 
1 N t«l 



HARRIS, MICHAa (STOLEN CREDIT CARD CHARGES) 



-LX640- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



Pa.ICE LOG/3 INJURED IN TRUCK, CAR COLLISION 



BY NAMES 



HARRISON, Jlfl-IAN 

TWO-CAR COLLISION 
URECK TOTALS PORSCh€ 



HARTER, DICK 
HARTER'S 



ROCK' HAY BE CRU1BLING IN CHARLOTTE 



HARTUELL, JOHN (HILLSBOROUGH) 

HARTIELL TO SEEK FOUR MORE YEARS AS COMMISSIONER 
CDMMISSIOiCR URGES SEF'ARATION OF BUTER, RURAL CHARACTER STUDY 
COUNTY WORKERS SET FOR MOVING, HARTUELL SAYS 

HATCH, MABa P. 

WADDELL CLIENTS SEEK RESTITUTION 
UNC SEEKS TO RETURN UADDEU DONATIC»<S 

HATCHER-UILSON, ZENOBIA 

PATIENCE, LOVE... PARANOIA 

HATFIELD, KEN (FMJTBALL COACH) 
HATFIELD IWMED CLEMSON COACH 

HATHAWAY, OFFIE LEIflJEL REV. (DECEASED) 

HATHAWAY, 84, RETIRED ICTHODIST MINISTER DIES 

HAVERIAND, LARRY 

HAVERLAND SEEKING 1ST FULL TERM 

HAUKINS, JAMES R. (FORMER MAYOR) 

EX-MAYOR BUYS REAL ESTATE DIVISION 

HAWKINS, MICHAa KEITH (ASSAULT ChWRffiS) 
MAN CHARGED (TIER CAR CHASE 

HAWKINS, WILLIAM E. N. "BILL" 

governor: OFFICIALS, PRESS SHARE GOALS 

HAULEY, GROVER CLEVELAND REV. (DECEASED) 

THE REV. GROVER CLEVELAND HAWLEY, OF OXFORD 

HEDGEPETH, aiFF 

FILINGS SET UP DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF 

HELMS, BARRY (ASSAU.T CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/THIEVES ROB BROUNSTONES INN SUftfiAY NIKfT 
HELMS SENTENCED FOR ROBBERY, ASSAILT 

HELMS, JESSE (SENATOR) 

RACE FOR CONGRESS, OTHER OFFICES TO BEGIN 

helms: 'I TOLD YOU SO' 

HELMS SCHEDULES CAMPAIGN KICKOFF FOR SATURDAY NIGHT 

SEN, HaMS TO RUN FOR A FOURTH TERM 

REMARKS RILE REF'UBLICANS 

CLEMENT ATTACK OF t€LMS IRKS GOP LEADERS 

FREEDOM OF SPEECH HWS NO PARTY LINE 

GOP FIGHT IS NONSENSE 

EASLEY SAYS WIFE TARGET OF SMEARS 

CARTOONS LAW'OON HELMS' STAND ON ART 

EDITORIAL AHACKING GOP: CONaUSIONS WITHOUT FACTS 

f€MRIC, CONNIE (BANK OFFICER) 

ALERT BANKER SAVES MOM'S PAYCtCDNi 

PAYCHECK STOLEN FROM BANK WORKER'S MOM NETS CHARGE 

HENDERSON, IWIGHT (ROBBERY CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/FOUR CHARGED WITH ROBBERY IN CREEDMOOR 



N E 
P D 



H 2 
H 2 



CHH 1 

cm 1 

CHH 1 



CHH 1 

cm 1 



CHH 1 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 2 
S 2 



H 1 



S 

E 

—DATE — C 

1/23/1990 B 



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1 N M51 



1/15/1990 B 
1/24/1990 C 



1/17/1990 A 
1/25/1990 A 
1/28/1990 A 



1/01/1990 A 
1/01/1990 A 



1/06/1990 A 
1/22/1990 B 
1/25/1990 B 
1/05/1990 A 
1/02/1990 A 
1/12/1990 B 
1/19/1990 B 
1/22/1990 B 
1/06/1990 B 



1/02/1990 B 
1/05/1990 B 



1/01/1990 A 
1/01/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 
1/14/1990 A 
1/19/1990 A 
1/20/1990 C 
1/20/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/24/1990 B 
1/28/1990 E 
1/29/1990 A 



1/23/1990 A 
1/25/1990 B 



1 P P 
1 P P 



H 2 1/30/1990 B 1 P N 



1 P N M20 
3 P N M20 
1 P N M20 



1 P N M70 
1 N M70 



3 P N 
1 P N 
3 
3 P N D38 
1 N E33 
1 N 
1 P N 
6 
1 N H60 



1 P N 
3 N 



1 N L40 
4 E 

10 N 

2 N 

1 N C61 
1 P N S69 
4 E 

4 E 

5 P N 

8 P R G68 
4 L 



1 N B53 
5 N 



1/15/1990 B 1 N 



HENDERSON, LEON (^D6E) 



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1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



BY NAMES 



CONTROVERSY OVER .MCES* TERMS SPREADS BEYOND DURHAM 

^ODERS0N, NAfdTE (TEACHER) 

RIBBIT CAN BE DISSECTED WITH LITTLE MUSS OR FUSS 

HENDERSON, OIELL (STOOTING CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/ICE CREAM STORE ROBBED 

h£RNDON, WARREN L. 

PUBLIC fCARING FlANfO ON U0R3<ERS BILL OF RIGHTS 

f€RON, BECKY 

SI€RIFF LEARY SEEKS 3RD TERM/HERON TO FILE TOMORROW 

HI6HT FILES IN ^CRFF'S RACE; HER'ON, BELL TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

WICftf^D, BELL PLAN RE-ELECTION BIBS; MS. HERON, CARR FILE 

^£RZENBERG, JOSEPH A. 

STILL, THINGS COlO GET WORSE 

HICKS, ROBERT DR. (UNC HOSPITALS) 

TIME IS BEST OM fOR OVERIMBIBING 

HIGH, ESTfCR 

FAMILIES TO ADOPT OACK CHILDREN AT PREMIUM 

HIGHT, AL 

HIGHT, LEARY FILE; ASSURIW3 PARTY F-RIMARY IN SfCRIFF'S RACE 
HIGHT FILES IN SJERfF'S RACE; HER'ON, FELL TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 
ELECT AL HIGHT FOR DURHAM COUNTY StCRIFF (AD) 
THE BATTLE FOR SfCRIFF 

Hia, *U1IE GRUBB (CENTENARIAN TWINXICCEASED) 
105-YEAR-OLD TWIN DIES 
TWIN, 105, DIES 
DAVIESON CtXJNTY IffiMAN'S 106TH A BITTER'SIEET BIRTHDAY AFTER TWIN DIES 

Hia, IRIS TILL^N 

STORIES OF OUR LIVES/NEW WJKE CENTER hEIR TO TRADITII^ 

HILL, THOMAS (BASKETBAU PLAYER) 

DIKE'S HILL QUICK OUT OF Th€ BLOCKS 
HILL'S SURGE IGNITES BLl£ DEVILS 

HILL, WAHS JR. 

HILL TO SPEAK AT W.UMNI FIMTTION 

HODGE, RONALD (PTA PRESIieNT) 

SMITH SCHOO. PARENTS CALL ELLIS TRiWSFER A 'BLUNDER' 

HOD(£S, ED 

THE PEOPLE I€RCIFIA1Y FREED 
THE XVIII AIRECS^^E'S H0MECW1ING 

H06AN, CURTIS WILLIAM (DRUG CHAR^GE) 

DEPUTIES TRY TO 'STAMP' OUT ILLEGAL DRIJGS 

HOLDER, LAMONT MARK (DRUG CHAR(£) 

POLICE LOj/ICE cream STORE ROBBED 

h'OLLAND, TERRY 

FtiOR STARTS PROVING BIG STWBLING BLOCK FOR SLUGGISH ^€ELS 

HOLLEMAN, TIMOTHY U. (WJKE POt£R CO.) 

DURHAM fWTIVE NA^Ol MANAGER OF DUKE POWER SERVICE RESFtJNSE 

HCllEY, CHUCK (FORftR OJKE B'BALL PLAYER) 

'LITTLE BOY BLUES' THRILLED 'GLORY BARN' CR-QWD 

HOLLOUAY, TONY (STABBING VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/2 fEN BEAT OWNER OF VILLAGE TV 



N E 

P D 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



S 2 

S 2 
H 2 



CW 1 

cm 1 

S 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



CHH 1 

S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



cm 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 

E 

—DATE — C 

1/31/1990 A 
1/06/1990 B 
1/16/1990 C 
1/24/1990 A 



1/08/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 
1/10/1990 C 



1/08/1990 A 
1/01/1990 A 
1/27/1990 B 



1/09/1990 B 
1/09/1990 A 
1/14/1990 A 
1/15/1990 A 



1/11/1990 A 
1/12/1990 C 
1/14/1990 B 



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1 P N E53 
1 P N T33 
1 N M51 
1 N C61 



1 N B53 
3 P N C61 
1 D N S69 



4 E 
3 P N C62 
1 N H65 



1 D N S69 

3 P N C61 
1 P A 

4 E 



1/24/1990 D 
1/30/1990 B 



1/13/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 



1/14/1990 D 
1/28/1990 F 



1/31/1990 A 
1/16/1990 C 
1/07/1990 C 
1/23/1990 A 
1/06/1990 B 
1/21/1990 B 



9 N 
2 P P 
2 N 



S 2 1/23/1990 C 1 P N E33 



1 P N C49 
1 P U D18 



3 N 
1 N Yll 



2 P U H49 
2 P U H49 



1 N lit57 

1 N M51 

2 F U (188 
9 P N 

2 P N C49 
1 N M51 



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HOaYDAY, CHRISTOPt£R (MUSICIAN) 

A JAH STAR OF TOMOI^iOU FIAYS YESTERYEAR'S BEBOP 

HOLMAN, GLORIA O-IVER (POSSESSION OF STOLEN CAR CHARGE) 
POLICE LCK3/2 TRUCKS, CAR PILE UP AT 1-85 INTER'SECTION 

HOLMES, MARY HAYES (CHATTWI COIXTY) 
HOLMES SEEKS ANOTHER TERM 

HOLSTI, OLE R. 

INSIGHT/CRACKS IN THE SYSTEM 

HOLZER, JENNY (ARTIST) 

JENNY HOLZER'S MESSAGES PUT U.S. ART IN A BAD LIGHT 

HOOD, CHRIS 

TAR HEELS TEACH LISSON TO THOSE WHO DOUBTED UNO 

HOPKINS, JENKINS (FORtCR POLICE OFFICER) 

HOPKINS' CASE MMINATED WCH OF LAW E^FORCEICNT NEWS IN '89 
FORMER POLICE SGT. HOPKINS FACES TWO DRIVING CHARGES 
EX-OFFICER FACES NEU AUTO OWRSES 

HOULIHAN, GEORGE THOMAS "TOM" DR. 

HOULIHAN AMONG FOUR FINALISTS FOR U.S. AWARD 
HOULIHAN IN RlMilNG FOR AWARD 

HOUSE, GERRY (CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS) 
OFFICIALS TO MULL HONORS CHANGES 
SCHOOLS CONSIDER ADDITIONf^ ITEMS IN REFORM PACKAGE (CORRECTO) 

HOWARD, ADRIAN BRUCE 

GRAND Jm INDICTS TWO IN UNRELATED MURDER CASES 

HOWARD, KENfETH (UNIV. OF TfC DISTRICT (F COLUMBIA) 
NAACP PLANS WORKSHOP ON FINANCIAL AID 

HOWARD, WILLIAM G. JR. (NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGI^EERING) 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER GETS TOF' BILLING FROM REVIEW PANEL 

HOWES, JONATHAN 

HOUSING HOWES' TOPIC FOR HOUSE COMMITTEE 
LEGISLATORS PONDER HOUSING GAP 

HUBB, CLARENCE (SHOOTING CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN STABBED TO DEATH SUNDAY DURING ARGUMENT 

HUDGINS, DANIEL C. 

WAYS TO BEGIN WELFARE REFORM IS SUBJECT OF TODAY'S MEETING 
PROGRAM SEEKS TO REDUCE NEED FOR WELFARE 

HUECKa, TOMASZ (DUKE UNIV. PR(F.) 

TROUBLED TOWER/DIKE PROF SAYS SAVING LANDMARK WOULD BE A TRICKY PROPOS,. 

HUFFMAN, EDDIE (CHAPEL HILL fCRALD REPORTER) 
A STUDY OF THE TRIANGLE/MUSIC LESSONS 

HUGHES, DAVID C. 

AMERICAN GEhERAL NAMES MANAGER 

HUNT, PATRICIA "TRISH" (JUDGE) 
JUDGE SEEKING THIRD TERM 

HUNT, RALPH (D-DURWiM) 

HUNT, ROYALL, STEPHENS FILE TO KEEP SEATS 
3 file: STEPHENS; SENATORS ROYALL, HUNT 

HUNT, TOMMY (JOHN THOMAS; SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER) 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER SAYS MERGER STUDY IS 'UNTIMELY' 



H 2 
H 2 
OH 1 
H 2 
H 2 

am 1 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



H 1 
H 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



CHH 1 

cm 1 



1/23/1990 A 
1/24/1990 C 
1/18/1990 A 
1/14/1990 D 
1/07/1990 E 
1/27/1990 A 



1/01/1990 C 
1/18/1990 C 
1/18/1990 A 



1/09/1990 B 
1/10/1990 C 



1/01/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 



1/17/1990 C 
1/24/1990 C 
1/19/1990 C 



1/25/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 



H 2 
S 2 



S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 



S 2 
H 2 



1/16/1990 C 
1/16/1990 B 



1/25/1990 B 
1/05/1990 D 
1/18/1990 B 
1/04/1990 A 



1/04/1990 A 
1/05/1990 C 



6 P R S66 
1 N M51 

3 P N 
1 D N 

7 P U G68 

4 P J 



1 D N M51 
1 N M51 
3 P N 



1 P N T33 
3 N T33 



1 P N C62 
1 P N C62 



2 N 
2 P N 
1 N K65 



1 P N M70 
1 P N M70 



H 2 1/22/1990 B 1 N M51 



2 P N C60 
1 P N H65 



1 P N 

4 P U H90 

5 P N 

3 P N C62 



1 P N 
1 P N 



S 2 1/31/1990 A 1 P N Yll 



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HUNT, WANDA 

mn BEGINS m) state government job 

OFFICIALS DEFEND HIRING OF HUNT 

MARTIN DEFENDS f£U JOB FOR HUNT 

HUNT 'UNDECIDED' ON FINISHING TERM IN OFFICE 

walker; 'IT'S f€R reCISION' 

REP'S, mi CONSISTED 

EX-MAYOR EYES SENATE 

SEN. HUNT EXPECTED TO (SJIT 

HWr SAYS St£ WILL STEP' Km 

PARTY TO PICK NEXT SENATOR 

HUNT TO QUIT W JAN 31. 

HURDLE, WILLIAM ROYAL 

FOUR CAfOiIDATES SEEK PERSIST BOARD SEATS 

HURLEY, BOBBY (BASKETBALL) 

DEVILS LOOK TO W^LEY IN T}£ CLUTCH 
HURLEY VS. ANDERSON ON CENTER STAGE 

HYMAN, REGIN*^ TODD (FAILING TO APPEAR CH(«6ES) 

PTLICE LOG/TWEE ARRESTED FOR: ATTEf^^TED FELOiNICUS LARm^ 

INGRAM, MAROIS [«. 

'STAY WITH THE DRElW' 

INSKO, VERLA 

INSKO FILES FOR COMMISSIOtCRS' RACE 

OWASA LIf«< TO UNIVERSin LAKE TO BE DISCUSSED 

IRBY, rCNALD 

FOUR CANDIDATES SEEK PERSON BOARD SEATS 

ISLER, MARSHALL 

BLACKS CONTim£ TO IfWEST IN DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION 

JACKSON, .ONIFER KASI (STUDENT) 

TALENT SEARtH TABS SCIENCE SCHOO. SENIORS 

JACKSON, JESSE JR. 
J\€ CASUALTY GAP 

■JACKSON, JESSE L. REV. 

A CRACK IN BARRY'S FUTURE 
WHY JACKSON MAY mi RtJN 

JACOBS, BARRY (HILLSBORtll^H) 

0^€ YEAR LATER, JUNIOR COaEGE PLAYERS DISAPPEARING IN ACC 

PLANfER-S TO ELECT CHAIRMAN 

EIDENIER CHOSEN FIANNING BCh^iRD CHAIRWOMAN 

URBAN CONNECTION/ACC RAIDS BIG CITIES FOR FIDINT GUARDS 

EXTRA PLAY! ACC OVERTIME ABUNDANT 

JACOBS, VICKIE LWH (DWI) 

FaiCE LQGAmm, 77, FATALLY INJURED CR:OSSING STREET 

■JAJCS, SHIRLEY 

Pe-iDER'GRASS SEEKING THIRD ELECTION WIN 
COURT CLERK FILES TO SEEK ANOTHER TERM 

JE>8<INS, CHESTER L. 

TEEN-LIf«< fCEBS HELP 

MAYOR' JOmm FEATURED SPEAKER AT STATEWIDE, NAACP KING EVB^T 

WHO'S T>£ MAYOR NOW? 

je*;iNS, CLEMENT URGE RENEWED BLACK ACTIVISM 

JENKINS, CLEfENT URGE R-ENEWED BLACK ACTIVISM 

DECISION IS REVEF-SED ON TAXI-PERMIT lO^AL 

LOSER STRAWBRIDGE OUTSPENT JENKINS BY *30,000 IN 1989 

JENKINS SPENT LESS IN MAYCS^'S CONTEST 



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N 

P 


E 
D 


S I T 
E L Y 
— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 2 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 2 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 


1/03/1990 A 
1/04/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 
1/04/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 
1/07/1990 A 
1/10/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 
1/25/1990 A 


1 P N H25 
1 N M25 
1 P N L40 
1 P N M25 
1 N M25 
4 L 
3 N 
1 N M25 
1 P N M25 
1 P N M25 
1 P N M25 


H 


1 


1/24/1990 C 


1 N H60 


s 

H 


2 

2 


1/08/1990 D 
1/11/1990 B 


1 P U D18 
1 P N H88 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 C 


1 N N36 


cm 


1 


1/14/1990 A 


1 P N S17 


cm 1 
cm 1 


1/20/1990 A 
1/22/1990 A 


1 P N M20 
3 P N M25 


H 


1 


1/24/1990 C 


1 N H60 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 D 


5 U 


S 


2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/13/1990 A 


4 E 


H 
H 


2 
2 


1/22/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 


4 E 
4 E 


H 
CHH 

cm 

H 
H 


2 

1 
1 
2 
2 


1/11/1990 B 
1/16/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 
1/18/1990 B 
1/26/1990 B 


1 P N 
3 N 
3 P N M20 
1 P N 
1 N 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 C 


1 P N ^S1 


cm 
cm 


1 
1 


1/03/1990 A 
1/03/1990 A 


1 P N M70 
1 N U57 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 


9 

2 

2 

2 
o 

2 
2 


1/08/1990 A 
1/13/1990 C 
1/14/1990 D 
1/16/1990 C 
1/16/1990 C 
1/18/1990 C 
1/27/1990 C 
1/27/1990 B 


4 E 
1 N R63 
4 E 
1 N N36 
1 N R63 
1 P N C61 
1 C N R63 
1 P N 



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JOHNSON, ARTRIR EARL (SVERIFF) „ _ 

FILINGS SET UP DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY SI€RIFF 



JOHNSON, CAROLYN D. 
JUDGES JOf*)SON, 



TITUS FILE 



JOHNSON, HORACE (HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR) 
TOWN TO PICK .XWNSON SUCCESSOR 

WEST HILL AVE. PROJECT LIKELY TOPIC FOR TOWJ BOARD TONIGHT 
LORENZ APPOINTED TO HILLSBOROUGH BOARD 
DEMOCRACY'S SPIRIT ACCEF'TS DISSENT 
HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR LEERY OF COUNH PROPOSAL 
GROUP WOULD FIELD CABLE COHF'LAINTS 
SORORITY KICKS OFF CAMF'AIGN TO REGISTER READING VOLUNTEERS 

JOHNSON, KATHY (DIETER) 
THINKING THIN 

JOHNSON, MARY 

COURT RELEASES CO^FESSED KILLER 
VICTIMS' FAMILIES ANGRY AT DECISION 
FREED KILLER TO BE TREATED IN DWWAM 

JOHNSON, MIKE (FOOTBALL PLAYER) 

JOHNSON COmiTS TO STATE; ANKLE MAY KEEP FERRELL OUT 

JOHNSON, NATHAN LEE (ASSAULT CHARtX) 

MAN SOUGHT IN LIBRARY KNIFING NOW ALSO WANTED FOR ROBBERY 
POLICE LOG/WARRANT ISSUED FOR W)MEL£SS MAN IN LIBRARY STABBING 
POLICE LOG/AR^ED ROBBERY OCCURS AFTER GUEST OF'ENS APT. DOOR 
SEARCH CONTINUES IN LIBRARY STABBING 

JOHNSO^J, ROBIN TREVOR (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/CRACK POSSESSION CWtRGE FILED 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM U. DR. 

PANEL CLEARS DUKE CANCER TEST RESE/y«:t€R OF FRAUD 

JOLLY, RANDALL RAY (MURDER SUSPECT) 
MAN INDICTED IN STABBING 

JONES, H. G. DR. 

JONES TO RtCEIVE FACULH SERVICE KUDOS 

JONES, ROBERT L. "RODDY" 

JOf€S ABANDONS ATH.ETIC VP FOR UNC IDEA 
MOVING OFFICES WOULD BE GOOD UNC DECISION 

JOiCS, WALTER (SECURITY SJARD) 
POLICE HUNT 3 ROBBERS 

JONES, WALTER B. JR. (N.C. REP.) 

J0^O FILES BILL TO BLOCK DRILLING OFF N.C. COAST 
LEAVING NOTHING TO CHANCE 

JORDAN, CHAUNCEY M. (DRUG CHAR(£) 

POLICE LOG/GALLERY IN BRIGHTLEAF IS ROBBED 

JORDAN, WHITEY (COACH) 

JORDW JOINS UNC STAFF AS ASSISTANT HEAD COACH 

KARPINOS, RALPH DOUGLAS 

PLANNING BOARD OK'S MOSQUE 

KASPAR, RICHARD J. 

PURFtiSE OF EDITORIAL GOAL-SETTING IS TO HELP BUILD COMMUNITY CONSENSUS 
NCPA NEWSPAPER INSTITUTE OPENS TODAY IN DURHAM 
STATE PRESS GROUP MEETS IN DURHAM 



H 1 
H 2 



CHH 2 

am 1 
cm 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 1 

CHH 1 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
S 2 



1/06/1990 B 
1/04/1990 C 



1/05/1990 A 
1/08/1990 A 
1/10/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 
1/14/1990 A 
1/22/1990 A 
1/29/1990 A 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



cm 1 

H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 
S 2 



H 2 
CHH 1 



H 2 
H 2 
CHH 1 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



1 N H60 
1 N S69 



3 P N W57 

3 P N W57 
1 P N W57 

4 E 

5 N M20 
1 P N W57 
1 P N C62 



H 2 1/07/1990 E 1 P N S56 



1/20/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 
1/20/1990 C 



1 P N M70 
1 N IB7 
1 P N 



H 2 1/31/1990 D 3 P N B40 



1/13/1990 C 
1/14/1990 B 
1/17/1990 C 
1/17/1990 C 



1/17/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 
1/15/1990 A 



1/13/1990 A 
1/16/1990 A 



S 2 1/16/1990 A 



1/24/1990 B 
1/28/1990 A 



1/01/19V0 C 
1/16/1990 B 
1/10/1990 A 



1/07/1990 D 
1/18/1990 A 
1/18/1990 C 



1 N B53 

1 N mi 

1 P N M51 
1 P N 



10 N 

1 N N36 

3 N W57 

3 N 



2 P N S17 
E 



N B53 



N 

N L22 
P N M70 



J 
N S69 

N 



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CRANSTWS SU. BILL A MISaJIIO PROPOSAL 

KELLER, MARay^ Q, 

WSBM COORDIfWTOR m^ TO IWITED WAY POST 

KELLER, TW3MAS F, (FltOlJA SCH. OF EiJSINESS) 
Fl.BUA SOm. TO TRAIN SOVIET (lAftfiKRS 
R-ED l^ 
lEH DONATES COtWJTERS TO DIKE 

KELLY, LEO Jf(, (WaC£-«^ANVILLE COW. COLLEK) 

UANCE-a^AWILLE COLLEGE WANTS TO START CTORiiLE 

KELLY, NANCY (TRAVIS PLACE) 

aOTHI^«3 FIRH LEAVES BUYERS IN STITCHES 

KEff>E, JIM (FM3T0<3Vff+O) 

PWtFOLIO OF 'ATTRACTIVE' SII£ OF LIFE 

KENDIG, L#E 

ANGERED RESIDENTS BAICER CONSULTANT 

FIRM PENS ICFENSE (F FINDINGS ON UNIVER-SIH LAKE PR-OTECTION 

KENJOY, jomr R. 

KENhOY FILES FOR COUNTY BOARD 

KEf«OY, fWX 

KENNEDY SAYS 'NO l«RE,' BUT SIN(£R TO SEEK Mi TEKti (COFRECTB) 
CWiIRWiN SAYS Sf€ UANTS TO KEEP WORKING ON SENATE BILL 2 IDEAS-CORRECTED 
S&£ FREE ADVICE FOR TH3SE SEEKII« SCTOOL E«ARD SEATS 

KIESTER', DEE (IFC VICE PRESIIENT) 

HELP CALLS INCREASE hEAR SHaTER 

CRIfC, IFC aCTER LINK NOT WtID, OFFICIiiy. SAYS 

KING, ^SSIE MAE (SWJT IN LEG) 

POLICE LOG/ICE CREAM STORE ROBBED 

KIlC, ^RTIN LUT}€R JR. m. 

UNCG PL«« KIW3 OBSERVANCE 

FRANKLIN TO SPEAK AT Kim SERVICE 

KRJG SOCILAR'SHIP SEEKS ENDOWMENT 

KING CELEBRATION SET FOR JAN. 14-21 

CITY FIANS Kim WDLIDAY JAN. 15 

KING BUILT ON NONVICLENCE LEGACY, HISTORIAN SAYS 

EXCELLENCE FOR DLIRHAM A I^REAM OF MANY RESIDENTS 

WHAT'S CW«5ED SINCE KING DIED? 

KIf«'S LESSON CF BR'OTHERHOCD 

I«<HAM HONORS DR. KING IN A BIG MAY 

CHURCH TO HOLD KING BANQLET SAT. 

DIVERSE GRtXP WRKING FOR SOCIAL JJSTICE, PEACE 

KINGSLEY, BERNARD 

nURWiM KJSPITALS FEEL fOICARE PIfCH 

KIf*WIRII, ELEANOR G. 
CLARIFICATION 

ALDERmN PR'OFFER UISH-LISTS ON EV€ OF BOARD'S RETREAT 
LIGHT-RAIL PROPOSAL ON AGENIiA 

KINSTON, UILEERT ((:«SON)(AKA WILBERT LEE "TWIN" MNTON) 
nUWJI MAN IS ARRESTED IN 1 OF 13 r«.WTDWN FIRES 
MAN CHAR-GED IN 3 OF 13 ICEKEND FIRES 

KINTDN, WILBERT LEE "TWIN" (ARSON) (AK.A WILBERT KINSTON) 
MAN CHAR-GED IN 3 OF 13 'JEEKEND FIRES 
H»€LESS MAN (^R-GED WITH SETTING THREE FIRES 

KIRBACH, KAREN LEE (DWI) 
WEST MAIN kRECK 



N 

P 

S 

H 

H 2 
S 2 
S 2 

H 1 

S 2 

cm 1 



CHH 1 
CW 1 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 1 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



H 2 

cm 2 
cm 2 

CHH 1 
H 2 

cm 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

cm 1 

S 2 



CHH 1 

cm 1 
cm 1 



s 

E 
— [lATE — C 

1/26/1990 A 



PA(5 24 
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L Y 

-PG L P EYL 



2 1/12/1990 C 3 N 



1/11/1990 C 
1/11/1990 C 
1/22/1990 C 



1/06/1990 B 
1/12/1990 B 
1/09/1990 A 



1/20/1990 A 
1/21/1990 A 



1 P N 
1 P N 
1 P N 



1 N H60 
1 P N E33 
3 P N 



3 P N M20 
3 P N M25 



cm 1 1/18/1990 A 1 N U57 



1/02/1990 A 
1/02/1990 A 
1/02/1990 A 



1/27/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 



1 P N M20 
1 P N M20 
4 J 



3 M N M25 
3 N M25 



H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 N fCl 



1/03/1990 
1/05/1990 
1/05/1990 
1/06/1990 
1/07/1990 
1/08/1990 
1/11/1990 
1/14/1990 
1/15/1990 
1/16/1990 
1/26/1990 
1/26/1990 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M20 

L 

U 

E 

N C47 

N 

N G59 



S 2 1/30/1990 A 1 P N E33 



1/04/1990 A 
1/14/1990 A 
1/22/1990 A 



1/16/1990 A 
1/17/1990 C 



1/17/1990 C 
1/17/1990 C 



8 N 
3 P N C62 
3 P N S17 



1 N B53 
1 N M51 



1 N M51 
1 N B53 



H 2 1/22/1990 B 1 P P KSO 



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NO-PARKING_ZONE 

KITOtN, DOROTHY (OIL SPILL IN BASEftENT) 
OIL SPILL CLEiWUP CONTINUES 



KLEIN, ELIZABETH 

RLT'S 'I'M NOT RAPPAPORT' 



IS WITTY AND MOVING F'RODUCTION 



KLEY, [OUG (DUKE FOOTBAU PLAYER) 
ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM NAMED 

KNOllES, DONALD R. (KPT, OF INTERIOR) 

DURHAM MAN NA^ED TO POST IN INTERIOR DEPT. 

mam native fwjo kputy undersecretary of interior deft. 

KOOMEN, i€IL (FILM PRODUCER) 

NEW DURHAM FILM COMPANY CHALLENGES HOaYUOOD 

KORNBERG, ALLAN (DUKE UNIV. ACADEMIC COUNCIL) 
TENURE RULING UPSETS DUKE OFFICIAL 
TENURE RULING UPSETS DUKE OFFICIAL 
TENURE ANTI-CONFIDENTIALITY RU.ING GETS MI)(ED REVIEWS IN DURHAM 

KOUBEK, GREG (BASKETBALL) 

KOUBEK HELPS DEVILS EARN AURA OF VICTORY 

KRAKAUER, THOMAS DR. 

MUSEW'S DtWNTOWN EXPANSI(»J NOT AFFECTED BY GLAXO'S DECISION 

KRUGER, BARBARA (ARTIST) 

DUKE 'SOHO' SERIES RESUMES ON FRIDAY WITH KRUGER EXHIBIT 
WORDS ON WALLS JUST A PASSIfffi FLASH 

KRZYZEUSKI, MIKE 

KRZYZEWSKI BLASTS STUDENT REPORTERS ABOUT COVERAGE 

butters: 'K'-hEWSPAFtR MATTER 'IS A NON-ISSUE' 

BUHERS: 'K'HCUSPAPER MATTER 'IS A NON-ISSUE' 

DUKE'S STUDENT PAPER RETUR'NS FIRE AFTER KRZYZEUSKI'S BARRAGE 

COACH K'S CLASSLESS ACT 

KRZYZEUSKI OWES STUDENTS AN AFBLOGY 

KRZYZEUSKI DESERVES 'F' fOR POOR DEFENSE 

COACH MECTS AGAIN 

COACH K VS. THE CHRONICLE 

DEVILS RtBOUND, DEMOLISH lEACONS 

KRIYZEUSKI, STUI£NT NEWSPAPER IRON OUT DIFFERENCES 

KRZYZEUSKI, STUDENT NEUSPtf'ER IRON OUT DIFFERENCES 

COACH K CLEANS THE SLATE 

BOARD WILL NOT PURSUE 'K' ISSt£ 

LABARRE, DAVID 

LAEARRE WANTS COURT GU^DS, ARMED UIKSES FttR ADDED SECURITY 

PROTECTION FOR BATTERED WOMEN CUTS THROUW RED TAPE 

DURHAM DISTRICT JUDGE SEEKS RAISES FOR COLLEAGUES, SaF 

JUDGE TO bond: OVERCROUDIf« IN COURT NEEDS 'URlGENT ACTION' 

DURHAM COURTROOMS NEED EXTRA SECURITY 

LABARRE URGES SINGLE COURT SYSTEM, SAYS DISTRICT JUDGES ARE UNDERPAID 

LABARRE OUT, TITUS IN AS CHIEF JUDGE 

LABARRE OUSTED AS DURHAM'S CHIEF JUDGE AFTER VERBAL JABS AT HIGH COURT. 

LABARRE, TITUS SAY EXIT'S ACTION CAME AS SURPRISE 

LABARRE 'S REMOVAL SURPRISES OFFICIALS 

BEE IN A POWDERED WIG 

SOME JUDGES LEERY OF SEEKING CHANGES 

LABARRE FILES FOR RE-ELECTION TO DISTRICT COURT BENCH 

2 MORE rtMOCRATS SEEK CO^fMISSION SEAT 

TITUS TACKLES DISTRICT COURT EFFICIENCY 

LACK, KARL H. (GOVERNOR'S INN) 

SHORTAGE OF NOISEMAKERS ON l€U YEAR'S EVE WON'T DO 



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1/22/1990 C 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


1 N B53 


s 


2 


1/16/1990 B 


3 R 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 D 


2 N 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


1 N C60 


s 


2 


1/06/1990 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 D 


3 P F B71 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 N E33 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 N YU 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 B 


1 N N36 


S 


2 


1/12/1990 C 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 D 


9 P N C60 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 E 


7 P N D80 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 E 


8 P R G63 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 D 


1 N M88 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 N M88 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 N N36 


S 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


1 P U .188 


S 


2 


1/20/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


7 N 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 D 


4 T T C50 


S 


2 


1/22/1990 D 


3 P U F25 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


2 P N M88 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


2 p N ra6 


H 


2 


1/25/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/27/1990 D 


1 N ^J36 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 C 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 B 


1 N S82 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


1 N S69 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


1 N B53 


S 


2 


1/13/1990 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 A 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


1/15/1990 A 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


1/15/1990 A 


1 N P53 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


1 


1/20/1990 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


1/20/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/30/1990 C 


1 P N S82 


H 


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1/01/1990 C 


1 N N36 



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LAETTfCR! DUKE'S DOJBLE T>REAT 

U^, BILL (COACH) 

DANKROUS CYCLtMS TEST UaJT'ACK, TAR fCa WRESTLERS THIS l£EK 

LAMBERTH, i^ERWICA GAYLE (T}€Fr CWRGES) 

FaiCE LOG/ CWiSE TC^S 80 ffH; r«is^ FLEES 

L/WBETH, AaiE Hia (CENTENARIAN TWIN) 

tmj'S [XieST TWINS in STAEIE COfffllTION 

iM^n, mXlE GR-UBB (CEKTEf*WI^ TWIN) 

yCSLB'S OLDEST TWINS IN STABLE OMITION 

TWIN, 105, DIES 

DAVIDSON COLWTY 1«M<W'S 106TH A BITTERSIOT BIRTHDAY AFTER TWIN DIES 

LAi'CASTER, M<«TIN (D-N.C.) 

UyCASTER FILES, FACES 100-YD«H3LD OPfONeff 

imSRS, KATUilN 

ACRA WWSE REI,'«^ORC£S LIFE FOR AIDS-PATIENTS RESIKNTS 

LANDSBER(£R, ^EfflY 

F1<0FESSMS KSCRIBE ADHISSIW IfCaJITIES 

LASSITER, JA(€S (LWC PtLICE CFFICER) 

m: CFFICERS WIN FWMJTIOfJS, BACK PAY 

LAHA, TED 

LAHA CALLS FOR RESTRAINT 

LAtSON, ALDA WALKER (AUTO ACCIKNT) 

PO-ICE LOG/'Ua^ STRltCK, KILLED BY AUTO 

LAYIEH, AUW^ 

RACIST BE^^• OF fCWSPAPER PROVOKES IF£ 

LEACH, CW#JIE Jl^ira; (ROBBERY CHARGE) 
i'M ^£LD IN K)CUn RD. ROBB-ERY 

F-OLICE LOG/PinSBORO (IAN CHAR-30 IN ROBBERY AT H&£ IN DURHAM 
POLICE La3/3 mjJfSD IN TRUCK, CAR COLLISION 

LEAK, r£FSICK 

LEAK EXPLOIES FOR NCOJ 

LEARY, ROLAND W. 

SFERIFF LE/«Y SEEKS 3RD TERM/HERDN TO FILE TOHHaWJW 

HIGHT, LEARY FILE; ASSURING PARTY F-RIHARY IN 'SfCRIFF'S RACE 

J}€ BATTLE FOR SfCRIFF 

SHERIFF'S lEPT. TO BEGIN DRLG TESTS 

FaLOWIf«i POLICE LEAD, SCRIF ALSO PL/WS I^rUG TESTIf* 

LEATfCR'S, KARL (DURHAM PROSECUTOR) 

ASSISTANT DISTRICT AHORfCY INJJO IN ACCIICNT SUNDAY 

A-ESISTiWT [iA IHJSEI) IN l*fCK 

FACING DUI CHAR-GE, ASSISTANT D.A. RESIC>N3 

ASSISTANT DA RESIGNS IN FACE OF DWI CHARGE 

LEE, HOWARD (FaRfCR CHAPEL HILL MAYOR) 
EX-MAYCS EYES SENATE 

PUBLIC ENICiR'SEMENT FR-OM SEN. f«.WT NOT EXPECTED, LEE SAYS 
HUNT TO tXJIT ON JAN 31. 
TW££ SEEK TO FINISH h«M TERM 

LEE, K-EWCm GARY (KILLED IN ACCIDE^f^«y. SH00TIW3) 
GUN-ALCOHOL MIX F-RWES ICADLY 

LEFLER, WES 

IVY TOWER 



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H 2 

H 2 

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H 2 
H 2 



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H 2 

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H 2 
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— DATE — C 

1/31/1990 D 
1/07/1990 C 
1/08/1990 B 

1/03/1990 C 



1/08/1990 C 
1/12/1990 C 
1/14/1990 B 



1/12/1990 B 
1/21/1990 B 
1/21/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 
1/05/1990 C 
1/15/1990 A 



1/17/1990 C 
1/18/1990 C 
1/23/1990 B 



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2 U F95 

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2 N 



2 N 
2 P P 
2 N 



9 P N 
1 P Q N36 
1 P N S17 
1 P N S17 
1 P B M25 
1 N S69 
3 P N S17 



1 N B53 
1 P N «1 

1 N >ei 



2 1/08/1990 D 8 P U P52 



1/08/1990 A 
1/09/1990 B 
1/15/1990 A 
1/29/1990 A 
1/30/1990 C 



1/22/1990 B 
1/22/1990 A 
1/23/1990 B 
1/23/1990 C 



1/07/1990 A 
1/15/1990 A 
1/25/1990 A 
1/31/1990 A 



1/28/1990 B 
1/28/1990 C 



1 N B53 
1 D N £69 
4 E 

1 N B53 

2 N 



1 N f151 

S N 

1 N M51 

1 N 



3 H 
1 P N H25 
1 P N H25 
3 P N M25 



1 N !«1 
1 U 



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1/31/1990 



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2 COOEGE SOPHOMORES SAVE NEW FIRE STATION FROM BURNING 

LESTER, AVIE (BASKETBALL PLAYER) 
NO LI^ELIGHT FOR LESTER 

LESTER, PATRICIA (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

FaiCE LM3/MAN ARRESTED IN PIZZA HUT SHOOTING 
SECOND HAN IS AR-RESTED FOR SHOOTING AT PIZZA HUT 

LEVIN, mm M. DR. 

LEVIN TO MLIVER IRA J. GORDON LECTURE 

LEVY, TINA LOUISE (HIT BY C(«) 

UNC STUDENTS RAISING FIM)S FOR STUDENT IN FLA. HOSPITAL 

INCREASED FEES, FUNDS TOP STUDENT L£ADERS' F'RIORITY LIST 

LEWIS, ROBERT LEE ffiNJAMIN (AUTO ACCIICWT) 
WRECK TOTALS PORSCHE 

LILLIE, DAVID L. (WC-CH PROF.) 
SCHOa COOR:DINAT0R NAMED 
UNC PROF TO ^EAD ifflDEL-SCffiOL EFFORT 

LINEBERRY, PETER 

ACTIVISTS WARN AGAINST tf'ATHY 
A QUESTION OF VALLES 

LI^8<, JOHN M. JR. (ORANGE COUNTY MANAGER) 
LIt« TO tM€IL MIWEMENTS PLAN 
COMMISSIONERS OUTRAGED AT COST HIKE FOR SCHOOL 
EXPANDED LITTLE RIVER MEHINGS PUWNED 

LOCKLEAR, R D 

BLACKS CONTINUE TO INVEST IN DOWTOWN REVITALIZATION 
WHAT'S CHAINED SINCE KING DIED? 
SCHOO. BUILDING PLANS SHOULD CONSIDER MERGER 
ILLITERACY fEEDS ACTION, INCENTIVES 

LOEWENTHAL, SONNA 

COUNCIL URGED TO AF'PROVE COLUMBIA WIDENING 
INTERIM'S SALARY RAISED 

LOFTIN-MAYO, JANET 

INSIGHT/Of£ STEP UP, TWO STEPS BACK 

LOFTIN, DO^WA MARIE (DUD 

WOMAN CHAWKD AFTER CAR FLIPS 

LOFTON, ALBERT LEE (CAB K?IVER) 

POLICE LOG/GALLERY IN BRIGHTL£AF IS ROBBED 

LONDON, EDITH 

ART AMONG T>€ BOOKS 

LONG, JIM (INSURW^CE COmiSSIONER) 

CONSUMERS m. THE ONES WHO BEfCFIT 

LORENZ, CAROL 

LORENZ APPOINTED TO HILLSBOROUGH BOARD 
DEMOCRACY'S SPIRIT ACCEPTS DISSENT 

LOSS, CARaYN 

SHAKESPEARE— WITH A '60S TWIST 

LOVETT, RACHEL A. 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN, 77, FATALLY INJURED CROSSING STREET 
PEDESTRIAN FATALLY INJURED CROSSING STREET 



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H 2 1/21/1990 C 1 P N C49 



H 2 1/27/1990 C 1 N C47 
S 2 1/27/1990 B 1 N B53 



CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 1 N 

CHH 1 1/26/1990 A 3 P N S17 

CHH 1 1/22/1990 A 3 P N 

H 2 1/24/1990 C 1 P P 



CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 3 P N 
S 2 1/09/1990 B 1 N 



CHH 1 1/18/1990 A 3 P N 
CHH 1 1/20/1990 A 3 P N 



cm 1 1/23/1990 A 1 N M20 
CHH 1 1/25/1990 A 1 C N M20 
CHH 1 1/30/1990 A 3 N M20 



H 2 1/07/1990 D 5 U 

H 2 1/14/1990 D 5 U 

H 2 1/21/1990 D 5 U L42 

H 2 1/28/1990 F 5 U L42 



CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 1 N M70 
CHH 1 1/27/1990 A 3 N 



H 2 1/21/1990 D IDF 

H 2 1/29/1990 B 2 N 

H 2 1/01/1990 C 1 N 

H 2 1/30/1990 A 6 P P S76 

CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 4 E 



CHH 1 1/10/1990 A 1 P N W57 
CHH 1 1/13/1990 A 4 E 



CHH 1 1/30/1990 A 3 P N 



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1/10/1990 C 1 P N M51 
1/10/1990 A 3 N 



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1/31/1990 



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TJC PROFITS OF RECYaiNG 

LUEEKE, PAUL 

REPUBLICAN UASrCLL IN COmiSSION RACE 
THOtff'SON BOWS OUT OF RACE 
REP. THOMPSON WON'T RUN AGAIN; LIOKE IS 
DAVIS FILES FOR C0»1ISSI»£R RACE 
BELL TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

LUNSFOFiD, HAN DR. 

mi HOF-E SCHOO. TO (ET WATER SERVICE 

LYNCH, jomrr ray (larceny chark) 

F-OLICE LOG/T^«EE ARRESTED FOR AHE^PTED FELONIOUS LARCENY 

LYON, EARL DEVON (WOUNDED IN Smimi AHACK) 
MAN WOUNDED IN EAST DURHAM SHOT(aJN AHACK 
PO-ICE LtW/MrfW IN HOSPITAL FROM SHOTGUN BLAST IN THIGH 

LYONS, PATRICIA FLOIER-S (m^DER SUSP-ECT) 

MtflTER TRIAL BEGINS IN DEATH CF COUSIN 

WOMAN ON TRIiy. SAYS SHOOTIhffi WAS WfE TO DEFEND HER-SELF 

defendant: slain man HER' BRtJTfCR 

JURY ICLIBERATIONS CONTINIE TODAY 

WOMAN INTERRUPTS JURY DaiBERATION WITH GUILTY PLEA 

WOMAN SENTENCED TO 6 YEARS FOR MANSLAW5HTER IN SHOOTING 

MABREY, FriER JAf€S (ASSAULT CHARGE) 

POLICE L0G/CHAR(5ES FCLLOW ACCIDENT 

MAHO^EY, BILL 

DIVER-SE GRtX^ tCRKING FOR SOCIW. dJSTICE, PEACE 

MAJETTE, REGGIE (CONSERVATIONIST) 

DIRT miEim 

MALLOY, WILLIAM M. DR. 

CITY SYSTEM COmiTTEE STUDIES MAGNET SCHOOLS 



MALTBIE, KAY (LETTER TO THE EDITOR) 

BOARD MEMBER EXPLAINS ANTI-MOSQUE VOTE 

MANGUM, ALONZO (BREAKING i ENTERING CHARGE) 

FaiCE LOG/PinSBORO MAN CHAR^GED IN ROBBERY AT HOJ€ IN DURHAM 

flANNING, hClWARD E. (.AJDGE) 
GOF"S JUDICIAL QUANDARY 

HANSON, WILLIAM Y. 

JUDGE MANSON SEEKS RE-ELECTION 

MINISTER, >AJDGE FILE FOR HOUSE, BEhCH SEATS 

MARCUSON, RANDALL L. (EMBREX INC.) 

MARCUSON IS N(VO NEW EMBREX PRESIDENT 

MARGUARDT, JOHN-ANTHOfJY 

ROMANIA HOLDS FOND MEMORIES FOR IM) STUDENT 

t1ARSHAa-LIW£MEIR, LYNN (PH0T06RAFW STLIO^T) 

PHOTOS PICTURE LIFE OF BLACKS IN OLD MISSISSIPPI 

MAR-SHALL, RWJDY 

COMMWITY CENTER SITES DISCUSSED 

MARTIN, DAVID "D. 6." JR. 

IS TJCRE AN ALTEKtWTIVE TO A FULL-TIME STATE LEGISLATURE? 

MARTIN, rtlRDRE (BLIND HIGH SC^COL STUDENT) 

BLIND nfll'S MOTHER BLAST COUNTY SCHOOLS 
SYSTEM 'TAKING STEPS' TO rtWDLE COMPLAINTS 



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S 2 1/25/1990 A 

H 2 1/26/1990 C 

H 2 1/26/1990 C 

S 2 1/26/1990 A 



Crt^ 1 1/18/1990 A 
H 2 1/19/1990 C 



S 2 1/24/1990 C 
H 2 1/25/1990 B 



H 2 1/10/1990 C 

S 2 1/10/1990 A 

H 2 1/11/1990 C 

H 2 1/12/1990 C 

H 2 1/13/1990 C 

S 2 1/13/1990 C 



cm 1 1/19/1990 A 

S 2 1/26/1990 A 

S 2 1/15/1990 C 

H 2 1/23/1990 B 

CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 

H 2 1/18/1990 C 

H 2 1/07/1990 D 



H 2 1/03/1990 C 
S 2 1/03/1990 C 



H 2 1/07/1990 D 

cm 1 1/13/1990 A 

H 2 1/29/1990 B 

CHH 1 1/11/1990 A 

cm 1 1/04/1990 A 



S 2 1/19/1990 B 
S 2 1/19/1990 B 



1 P N 

1 P N E-85 

1 P N S69 

1 N 

1 P N 



3 P N 167 
1 N N36 



1 N 
1 N N36 



1 N S82 

7 N 

1 N S82 

1 N 

1 N S82 

1 N 



8 N 
6 P N G59 
1 P N H65 
1 N U60 
4 L 
1 P N M51 
4 E 



1 N S82 
1 P N 



8 P N K65 

3 P N Ii38 

1 P N N36 

3 P N C^2 

4 P J 



1 N Yll 
1 N Yll 



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MARTIN, JIM (GOVERNOR) 

MARTIN DEFENDS NEW JOB FOR HUNT 

BASKETBALL ARENA HONORED 

'l£R'RE NOT SO DIFFERENT,' MARTIN TELLS PRESS MEMBERS 

governor; OFFICIALS, PRESS SHARE GOALS 

BUSH aide: math education NEEDS PRf-COLLEGE FOCUS 

BOARDMAN'S SON TO GET HOI€ REHABILITATION 

MARTIN, JIM, AWARDS _ _„ 

GOV. JIM MARTIN TO RECEIVE GARY'S EXCELLENCE AWARD 

MARTIN, JIM, BUDGET 

UIC-SYSTEM STUDENT LEADERS TALK BUDGET 

MARTIN, JIM, DRUG PROGRAMS 

MARTIN \JRQES 'PIPLItC' EFFORT 

MARTIN, JIM, ENVIRCNICNTAL PROTECTION 

STATE TAKES SMALL BUT SIGNIFICANT STEP 

MARTIN, JIM, MEfUH CAf£ ISSIES 

M<«TIN PLANS PRENATAL-CARE BOOST 
•RESU.TS,' NOT REPORTS SOUGHT 

MARTIN, JIM, PROCLAMATIONS 

MARTIN PROCLAIMS BASKETBALL ARENA A 'STATE TREASURf ' 

MARTIN, JIM, SKIAL PROaWiMS 

WHO IS HIING TO BE PUT BEHIND TTOSE NEW PRISON BARS? 

MARTIN, JIM, TAXES „ 

GOV. MARTIN SAYS HE WILL NOT CALL FOR TAX INCREASE 

MARTIN, PAMELA (PARENT OF VISUALLY-IMPAIRED STUDENT) 

MOM SEEKS SERVICES FOR VISUALLY-IMPAIRO COUNTY STUDENTS 
IRATE PARENT SAYS SCHOOL SYSTEM IGNORED REQl£ST 
BLIND PIFIL'S MOT>€R BLAST COUNTY SCHOaS 
SYSTEM 'TAKIhffi STEPS' TO maiL COWLAINTS 

MASON, BURtllCE JR. (RAPE CHARGE) 

ASSALLT CHARGE SPLITS COUNCIL ON TAXI PERMIT 
DECISION IS REVeSED ON TAXI-PERMIT ICNIAL 
ODD RULES, MISCHIEF BRING JUSTICE 

MASSEY, LONZO 

LONZO MASSEY RETIRES FROM WIOLWORTH'S KITCHEN 

MAUER, CHARLES (IM: POLICE CHIEF) 
EDWARDS tCARING ffiLAY DENIED 
EDWARDS CASE NOTES mJLLED 
UNC FaiCE CHIEF PLANS RETIREfCNT 

MAVRETIC, JOE 

MAVRETIC FACES STORMY YEAR 

MAYNARD, RICHARD EARL "RICKY" (DECEASED) 
DURHAM MAN KILLED IN ROXBCM) ACCIIOfr 

MCADAMS, MICHAa DECARLOS (DRUG CHARGE) 

PaiCE LOG/MAN CmRGED WITH ASSAULT ON OFFICERS TURNS SELF IN 

MCBAY, mm C. DR. 

SCIENTIFIC ARENA TO GET MORE BLACKS 

MCCARH, KENhETH JR. W. 

PANEL CLEARS DUKE CANCER TEST RESEARCHER' OF FRAUD 

MCCLARY, DAN 

REMARKS RILE REPUBLICANS 



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S 2 



S 2 
S 2 
H 2 



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CHH 1 



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1/07/1990 B 
1/19/1990 C 
1/19/1990 B 
1/25/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 



1/24/1990 C 
1/30/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 



1/06/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 



1/06/1990 B 
1/21/1990 D 
1/19/1990 B 



1/18/1990 C 
1/19/1990 C 
1/19/1990 B 
1/19/1990 B 



1/17/1990 C 
1/18/1990 C 
1/21/1990 D 



1 P N L40 
1 P P L38 
1 N S69 
1 P N 
1 P N E33 
3 N h25 



2 N 

3 P N 
1 N 

4 E 



1 P N S17 
1 C N 317 



9 N 
2 U L40 
9 N L40 



1 N 

1 N U60 

1 N Yll 

1 N Yll 



1 P N C61 
1 P N C61 
5 U A20 



S 2 1/04/1990 A 6 P F S27 



1/22/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 



1/17/1990 A 
1/10/1990 B 
1/29/1990 B 
1/19/1990 C 
1/17/1990 A 
1/19/1990 A 



1 H S17 
3 N 317 
1 N S17 



5 U Oil 
2 
1 N M51 
1 P N K65 
1 N N36 
1 N C61 



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CLEMENT AHACK OF HELMS IRKS GOP LEADERS 

FREEDOM OF SPEECH HAS NO PARTY LI^€ 

GOP FIGHT IS NONSENSE 

EDITORIAL AHACKING GOP: CONCLUSIONS WITHOUT FACTS 

MCCLEOD, JDSEPH (STABBING CHAR(S) 
LOCAL MAN SENTENCED FOR ASSAULT 

MCCOLL, HUGH J. JR. 

BUSINESS RESEARCH FlMl CREATED 

MCCOMBS, JOHN EXCELL JR. 

PAROLE LAUS NEGLECT MANY CRIME VICTIMS 
DELEGATION'S HELP SOUGHT ON PAROLE HEARINGS 

MCCOY, ANTHONY LEE (MURIER CHARISE) 

PITTSBORO MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING OF TV EMPLOYEE 

KCCULLUM, SHaTON MAURICE (ROBBERY CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/FOUR CHARGED WITH ROBBERY IN CREEDMOOR 

MCCURDY, HAROLD GRIER (DONATED P-ROPERTY TO DUKE UNIV.) 
DUKE GETS PROFtRTY IN DELAWARE RESORT 

MCDONALD, DANA (BASKETBAU PUYER) 

DUKE FKESmm MCrONALIi BOMBING AWAY FOR BLUE ICVILS 

MCFARLAND, STEPHEN LEE (VARIOUS CRIMINAL CHARGES) 
POLICE LOG/MEN Tl#!N SELVES IN 

MCGEORGE, RANDY 

DEVILISH decision: MCGEORGE PICKS DUKE 

MCGHEE, JOHNNIE WAYNE (WRDER CHAR(£) 
MAN INDICTED IN STAE'BINC 

MCGUIRT, ROBERT (DECEASED) 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN STRUCK, KILLED BY AUTO 

MCKEON, TTOIAS L. 

MCKEON mnU> TO DIVISION POST 

MaAMB, HAHIE (DECEASED) 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN, 77, FATALLY INJURED CROSSING STREET 
PEDESTRIAN FATAUY INJURED CROSSING STREET 

MCMANUS, MIKE 

MCMANUS COLUMN DEBUTS NEXT WEEK 

MCMARTIN, VIRGINIA 

INSIGHT/ JUSTICE UNSERVED 

MCMILLAN, JENNIFER 

PUBLIC EDUCATION FUND HAS DYNAMIC GROWTH IN 4 YEAR'S 

MCNEIL, TYRONE DAVID (LARCENY CHAR'GE) 

POLICE LOG/PRISO^ER ESCffES IN DOWNTOWN 

MEADOWS-ROGERS, ARABELLA REV. 

SHELTER A SUCCESS IN FIRST YEAR 

MEBANE, CHET 

TOURNAMENT WIN MOVES HILLSIDE INTO USA TOP 20 

MELTON, WILLIAM (DECEASED) 

GRAVETTE HEARING EXPECTED WITHIN DAYS, D.A. SAYS 
COURT RELEASES CONFESSED KILLER 
VICTIMS' FAMILIES ANGRY AT rtCISION 
FREED KILLER TO BE TREATED IN DURHAM 
FREED GRAVETTE NOT JUST— FOX 



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1/20/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/29/1990 A 


1 P N S69 
4 E 
4 E 
4 L 


CHH 


1 


1/18/1990 A 


3 N 


cm 


1 


1/17/1990 A 


7 P N 


S 
H 


2 
2 


1/02/1990 A 
1/03/1990 D 


4 E 

8 P N M51 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 D 


8 N 


H 


2 


1/15/1990 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/27/1990 C 


4 N 


H 


O 


1/21/1990 C 


2 U F95 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 C 


1 N M51 


H 


2 


1/30/1990 B 


1 P N B40 


cm 


1 


1/11/1990 A 


3 N W57 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 C 


1 N S69 


cm 


1 


1/12/1990 A 


5 P N 


H 

s 


2 
2 


1/10/1990 C 
1/10/1990 A 


1 P N M51 
3 N 


H 


2 


1/20/1990 A 


5 P J A20 


H 


n 


1/28/1990 F 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 B 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 N N3A 


s 


2 


1/29/1990 A 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 


1/03/1990 D 


1 P N B40 


cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 

S 2 
CHH 1 


1/17/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 
1/20/1990 C 
1/21/1990 A 


1 P N M70 
1 P N M70 
1 N W57 
1 P N 
3 P N W57 



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MENACHE, JACQUES 

ARTSCENTER EX-DIRECTORS CAUTIOUS 
MENAOC SAYS PARTNERS WILL 'DO ANYTHING' 

MERRin, RUBY (CHAPEL HILL PROPERTY OWNER) 
NEW PARK TO GROW, TOWN OFFICIALS SAY 

METTS, CHARLES JR. (ROBBERY CHARGES) 

POLICE LOG/HAN ARRESTED FOR ASSAULTING THREE OFICERS 
ESCAPEE ICrrS CAUGHT BY POLICE 

^EYERS, LEON (HOME BUILDER) 

2 DURHAM BUILDERS SHARE ASSOCIATION'S TOP AWARD 

MICHAUX, H. M. "MICKEY" JR, 

VOTE CALLO 'SHfS^TEST ROAD TO EQUALITY' (CORRECTED) 

MICHAUX, OTfCRS FILE FOR POSTS 

MICHWJX, OTHERS FILE FOR POSTS 

N.C. REP. MICHAUX FILES; STONE PLANS BID FOR SENATE 

WRIGHT, STONE ENTER RACES 

MICHENER, JAICS (AUTHOR) 

SOAK IP SOME SUN, SAIL WITH MICt€NER 

MILLAN, B. H. (POLICE OFFICER) _ 

POLICE LOG/MAN CmSED WITH ASSAU.T ON OFFICERS TURNS SELF IN 
2MD MAN IS CHARGED IN ASSAU.T ON OFICERS 

MILLAN, BRUCE H. (DURHAM POLICE OFFICER) 
OFFICERS AHACKED BY 2 MEN IN JEEP 

MILLER, GEORGE 

STATE SHOULD TVmi BOOK AT TAX-CHEATERS 

MILLER, HOJARD LEON (lEAFIDNS CHARGE) 

PXICE LOG/MAN FACES DWI, lEtf-ONS CHARGE 

MIMS, ROCKY C. (WJI) 

POLICE LOG/CHASE ENDS WITW ASSAULT, WJI CHARGES 

MINNER, MARTY 

HEEDING T^£ CALL 

MINOR, DEBORAH 

INSI(»ff/ONE STEP UP, TW) STEPS BACK 

MINOR, JAfES 

INSI(W/ONE STEP UP, TWO STEPS BACK 

MINTON, DIANI€ (TEACHER) 
JAYCEE AWARD NOMINEE 

MIRKIN, MARK 

REVIVED lESTCOlRT TO TARGET 'UPSCALE' MARKET— DEVELOPER 

MITCHELL, MARTHA FAYE (STRUCK BY AUTO) (DECEASED) 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN STRUCK, KILLED BY AUTO 

MOHEREK ED 

WAKE COUNTY REPUBLICAN FILES FOR STATE SENATE IN DISTRICT 11 

MONK, LARRY JA^ES (DECEASED) 

GRAND JURY INDICTS TWO IN UNRELATED MURDER CASES 

MONTANA, JOE (FOOTBALL) 

FOR MONTANA, MEMORABLE COICBACKS BEGAN AT KENAN 

MOORE, BLANDC (fSJRDER CHARGE) 

JUDGE IS PONDERING VIDEOTAPE OF DEPOSITION FROM MRS. MOORE 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/14/1990 A 
1/28/1990 A 



1 N C62 
1 P N C62 



CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 1 N M70 



H 2 
H 2 



1/03/1990 C 
1/05/1990 C 



1 P N M51 
1 N 



H 2 1/17/1990 D 4 P N 



CHH 1 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
S 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 

a« 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

CHH 2 

H 2 

H 1 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



1/02/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 
1/18/1990 C 
1/18/1990 A 



1 P N C62 

1 N H65 

1 N E33 

1 P N S69 

1 P N H65 



1/07/1990 E 10 U W66 



1/29/1990 B 
1/30/1990 C 



1/28/1990 B 
1/19/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 
1/07/1990 B 
1/21/1990 A 
1/21/1990 D 
1/21/1990 D 
1/20/1990 B 
1/05/1990 A 
1/05/1990 C 
1/25/1990 B 
1/17/1990 C 
1/28/1990 D 
1/04/1990 C 



1 N M51 
1 N B53 



1 N (61 

4 E 
8 N 

1 N M51 
1 P N 
1 D F 
1 D F 
1 P P M6A 
1 N M70 
1 N 869 

1 P N H60 

2 N 

1 P N C49 

5 N 



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MOORE, PAUL E. 

U.S. REP. PRICE CtW±D«£ri BY H(S3RE H 2 1/03/1990 C 1 N L40 

miSE., RUTW 

PtFmY, S^fflRT STORIES F-ROVIDE CO-OfifUL SESSION FOR FRIEWB H 2 1/21/1990 D 3 P U H45 

mRf^, CH^IS (INTER-FAITH COUNCIL) 

fWBILE HOi€ 0(*£RS' LOT DISCUS^D Cm 1 1/28/1990 A 3 N 

WRDECAI, SAflEL FOX 

SALTY LAW [£AN SHOCKED PIOJS UME, ATTACKED STATUS IM) S 2 1/29/1990 C 1 P U 

mflEf, MARCIA 

TR/WSITI(W FRffll StiimER TO LAWYER ROJGH VOYAK H 2 1/22/1990 B 1 P N S32 

MOWAN, CLARENCE (ARTIST) 

m^Qta, CANVAS STia battling H 2 1/14/1990 E S P R G68 

!«S<GAN, R-OBERT U. (CARRBt^'O TOi^J HANAOER) 

OFFICIALS K)PE FC« COmONS FlMiING CHH 1 1/03/1990 A 1 N C62 

F-RICE TOO HI(5H, POSTAL SERVICE R'EP-RESENTATH.t TELLS CARRICRfl CW 1 1/11/1990 A 1 P N &62 

BIKEWAY, POST OFFICE ON ^UOCK 0« 1 1/23/1990 A 3 P N C62 

f£ED FOR D^SAR-EANS ffiBATED CW 1 1/26/1990 AON 

MOBIL£ HW« a*£RS' LOT DISCUSSED (W 1 1/2S/1990 A 3 N 

«Btf(lS. ROBERT T. (CCfffUTER mil) 

A R(«E CASE FOR ILLITERACY H 2 l/22/'1990 A 4 E 

MORRISON, BRAD ilAURICE (ASSAULT CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/RESTALRANT EWIOYEES R-OBBED H 2 1/30/1990 C 1 N ffil 

fCRRISON, CRAIG (ItVELOFW) 

U.S. GROJ' CITES DURHAM BUILICR FOR DEVELOF'ING AFFORDABLE HOUSING 3 2 1/29/1990 C 1 N 

,iay<ow, wpojw (teaoe?) 

Uy<EW)OD LIf«<3 COMPUTERS, READIf« WITH W«K BY PW^fTS, STUICNTS S 2 1/08/1990 A 1 P N Yll 

IWSES, MONTROSE 

POCLL UANTS T>£ATER PROJECT hCLD TO SW1 IN >86 BSM) VOTE S 2 1/05/1990 B 1 P N 

MOYNIHAN, PATRICK 

INSI»rr/SEN. MOYNIH<!^'S TEACHING TACTICS H 2 1/28/1990 F 1 P N 

CCM5RESS SI^EADS T>£ TABLE THIN H 2 1/28/1990 F 4 E 

m>{AMMAD, BEATRICE 

CLEARING Tt€ RECO^i 

mJLLINS, XFF (BASKETBALL COACH) 

SHERIDAN PAID HIȣST SAU^Y IN NC SYSTEM 

Hmm, ERIC 

UNC HOSPITALS TO FI(M FOR fCDICAID CHANGES 

fftJRCHISON, (aJS 

CHAT^M HAZARK3US WASTE SITE STILL IN THE RVmim CW 2 1/05/1990 A 1 P N M25 

DlSPOa^ FACILITIES DIFFER FOR RADIOACTIVE, OTTCR WASTES Cm 2 1/05/1990 A 1 N H25 

mSWa<, PAUL DR. 

WITH OT>£R fEEDS, PAYING FOR BASEBf^il PARK AKURD H 2 1/17/1990 A 4 L 

EDWARDS hEARIM3 DELAY ICNIEIi CW 1 1/22/1990 A 1 N 317 

?^YLOR, AUBREY (PRIT. OF KTANY) 

PlAtil MAY HOLD KEY TO TR-EATING COLD S 2 1/13/1990 C 1 N 



H 2 1/31/1990 A 2 N 
H 2 1/17/1990 D 3 N 
cm 1 1/12/1990 A 3 P N S17 



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N E 

P D 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



CfW 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 
S 2 



S 2 
H 2 



H 
H 
H 
H 2 



H 2 
H 



NAYLOR: SOVIETS WILL DRIFT TOWARD KREE-MARKET ECONOMY 

(CAL, BILL (CROOK'S CmSR) 

DINING PLEASURES/CROOK'S CORtER (AD) 

^£EDHAM, CARLOS ENRIQUE (DRUG C0NVICTI0^O 
AFTER GRADUATION, THEY'LL GO TO F'RISON 

tCIGHBOURS, RALPH C. 

FORMER MAYOR IN UraiCK 
NEIGHBOLKS' C(M)ITION CRITICAL 

NaSON, FRANCES CARVER (AUTO ACCIDENT) 
WOMAN DIES IN CAR COLLISION 

^£SSLEY, MARTIN 
P.M. DI(£ST 

NEVILLE, CATHY (BASKETBALL PLAYER) 

NEVILLE LEADS LOFTY LADIES _ 

THINK fast; NORTfCRN'S NEVILLE IS LOOKING TO PASS 

NEWMAN, PAUL (ACTOR) 

T>E TRIANGLE'S ART-FILLED AND MYSTERIOUS WEEK 

NEWTON, DAVID 

NO. 1 ELVIS REPORTER R'EASSIGNED AFTER 'INTERESTING' TWO YEARS 
'TIS TtC SEASON FOR MEMORIES OF WEAK-INS, PLAY AT DRARY GYMS 
ACROSS THE fWTION, TIME AND TEMPERATURE CALLS ARE ACCORDING TO DOYLE 
REMEMBER, SUPER M(«KET SHOPPERS, YOU READ IT ^€AR FIRST 

NEWTON, R. WAY^£ (S^ANVILLE COIMY) 
NEWT(»J WON'T SEEK GRANVILLE SEAT 

NiaSEN, ^CLLE ,, ^ 

INSI(SlT/Of£ STEP UP, TWO STEP'S BACK H 2 

SOCIAL SERVICES GEARS IP TO ^ELP POOR PEOPLE MORE H 2 

NIXON, BRIAN (fCSU STUIOff BODY PRES.) 

2 STUDENT BODY PRESIDENTS BLAST BUDGET CUTBACKS H 2 

NOE, JERRY (SCILPTOR) ,, ^ 

NEON FROM NOE H 2 

NOELL, TOftlY (RAPE CHAR(S) 

SUSPECT IN LCCAL RAFtS CHARGED CHH 1 

SUSPECT SERVED TIME FOR '73 RAPE CHH 1 

fWRBY, PAa 

COUNTY OKS iCW TOWER ON ROSE OF SHARON SITE 

NORIEGA, MANUEL ANTONIO 

helms: 'I TOLD YOU SO' 

NORIEGA FINDS HIS EJCMIES 

TROOPS, INCIDENTS ^*JRT U.S. 

PANAMA fCEDS HELP TO ESTAH.ISH DEMOCRACY 

NORIEGA TRIAL MAY PROVE TO BE LONG, COMPLICATED 

SO Ml£H FOR TVE "WIMP" THING 

NORMAN, CALVIN FANNAYE (K?UG CHARGE) 

POLICE L06/2 TRUCKS, CAR PILE UP AT 1-85 INTERSECTION 

NORMAN, MARY (m (ABDUCTION CHARGE) 

POLICE AR-REST CHATHAM WOMAN IN ABDUCTION S 2 

FUGITIVE CHARGE FILED AGAINST WOMAN CHH 1 

O'NEILL, PATRICK DR. (AUTHOR) 

OPPORTUNITIES FOR BURGEONING WRITERS ABOUND IN NEW YEAR H 2 

'LILTING' IRISH POETRY FiaS HALL AT WEYMOUTH WINTER MEET H 2 



S 

E 

—DATE — C 

1/27/1990 A 
1/05/1990 D 
1/29/1990 A 



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1 P N E33 
11 P A 
9 N 



1/30/1990 A 
1/31/1990 A 



1/06/1990 A 
1/03/1990 D 



1/16/1990 C 
1/25/1990 C 



1 P P L38 
3 N 



3 N 
2 N 



2 P N A76 

3 P N B40 



- H 2 1/16/1990 A 6 P U W15 



1/07/1990 B 
1/14/1990 B 
1/21/1990 B 
1/28/1990 B 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



1 U N36 

1 U N36 

1 U N36 

1 U N36 



H 2 1/08/1990 B 1 N T32 



1/21/1990 D 
1/30/1990 A 



1/21/1990 B 
1/05/1990 D 



1/19/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 



1 D F 
4 L 



1 N 
22 P P 



1 N M70 
3 N M70 



S 2 1/10/1990 B 1 P N H65 



1/01/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 
1/08/1990 B 
1/14/1990 D 



4 E 
4 E 
4 E 
4 E 
1 N N36 
4 T T C50 



H 2 1/24/1990 C 1 N M51 



1/11/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 



1/14/1990 D 
1/28/1990 F 



1 N B35 
3 N 



3 U H45 
3 P U H45 



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omn, i<Emis (law EffORtDor (fficer) 

PERSON SHERIFF DISMISSES ICPUTY l«Q FILED TO RUN AGAINST HIM 

DATES, TIMOTHY E. 

FORMER WJRHAM LAWYER NfflJ IN GOLDSBORO PRISON 
EX-DURHAM LAWYER TRWSFER'S PRISONS 

OBIE, C. BERNARD (fO ALLIWCE PARH) 
HAYTI GROF fWY ASK F(K CITY FIMS 

OIOM, R'USSELL 

$11.28 MILLION BCM) ORDER FOR f£U STADIUM AF'PROVED 

OGBURN, SWfftRA y, 

ABSENT CITY CtXiNCIL PAIR PROTEST CHANGED WDTES 
ODD RILES, MISCHIEF BRING JUSTICE 
NEW TRANSIT PWEL StEARS ICMBERS 

OLDERDICK, ItVON 
PANAm PROTEST 

OLIVER, ANTHCM (hWOlER VICTIM) 

MURICR TRIAL BEGINS IN DEATH OF COUSIN 

\XmH ON TRIAL SAYS SHOOTING WAS D0^£ TO DEFEND hCRSELF 

defendant: slain nm her brother 

Jll^Y ICLIBERATIOf^ aKriNR£ TODAY 

l«MAN INTERRUPTS JJRY DELIBERATION UITH GUILTY PLEA 

WOMAN SENTENCED TO 6 fEfiUS FOR MANSLAUGHTER IN SHOOTING 

CLIl-ER, BARBARA 

SHARING Tf€ LOAD 

OhEIL, JAfCS RANDALL (AUTO ACCIIENT) 
REV. SMITH, 70, KILLED IN WRECK 

OSBORN, JIM DR. 

MORE WOfEN SAID KHING AIDS 

OSBORN, KIRK (ORAME/CHATHAM CO. FIJBLIC DEFENICR) 
OSBC«^ TO QUIT PUBLIC DEFENDER'S JOB 
DEFENDER fCLRS imi WHEELS OF USTICE 

OVERCASH, CHAD (SW)T IN ^€CK) 

GUN-ALCOWM. MIX F'RQi.tS lEADLY 

OVERMAN, JO 

ILLITERACY PROBLEM FACES AHACK 

PAIS, BARBARA 

TOWN TO PICK XWSON SJCCESSOR 

PAIGE, SEBRICK LA).ff<ENCE (ASSAULT OWRGE) 
OFFICERS AHACKHi BY 2 MEM IN .EEP 

F-aiCE LOG/MAN CHARGED UITH ASSAULT ON OFFICERS TLRNS SELF IN 
2ND MAN IS CHAR'GED IN ASSAllT ON OFFICERS 
POLICE LOG/MEN TURN SELVES IN 

PALMER, WENDY (BASKETBALL) 

PERKJN CENTER PrtJ€R Ot£ HIGH-JUfff'ING ROCKETTE 

PARKER, CHERRY 

AWARD WINNING TAR HEEL NOVELIST HCLIS COURSE WITH HEU VOLUME 

PARKER, FRANCIS I. 

OOP'S .IJDICK^ QUANDARY 

PARKER, KEVIN LAMONT (BREAKING {. ENTERING) 

POLICE LOG/CONVENIENCE STORE BREAK-IN SUSPECT HELD 



H 1 1/20/1990 C 1 N H60 



H 2 1/16/1990 C 
S 2 1/16/1990 A 



S 2 1/04/1990 C 
H 2 1/16/1990 C 



H 2 1/20/1990 C 
H 2 1/21/1990 D 
S 2 1/22/1990 C 



H 2 1/10/1990 C 

S 2 1/10/1990 A 

H 2 1/11/1990 C 

H 2 1/12/1990 C 

H 2 1/13/1990 C 

S 2 1/13/1990 C 



H 2 1/14/1990 E 
H 2 1/21/1990 B 
mi 1 1/18/1990 A 



OW 1 1/18/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 



H 2 1/28/1990 B 
H 2 1/28/1990 B 
cm 2 1/05/1990 A 



H 2 1/28/1990 B 

H 2 1/29/1990 B 

S 2 1/30/1990 C 

H 2 1/31/1990 C 



H 2 1/04/1990 B 

H 2 1/28/1990 F 

H 2 1/07/1990 D 

H 2 1/06/1990 B 



1 P N 382 

2 N 



1 P N 
1 P N 369 



1 P N R63 
5 U A20 
1 N C61 



cm 2 1/07/1990 A 3 P P T44 



1 N S82 

7 N 

1 N S82 

1 N 

1 N S82 

1 N 



1 P N S56 
1 N 
3 N S17 



1 P N M70 

4 E 



1 N M51 

10 P N K65 

3 P N 1^ 



1 N f«l 

1 N M51 

1 N B53 

1 N ,"S1 



3 P N B40 

3 R 

4 E 
1 N 



PARKS, a^EGORY KENT (mjRItR CHARGE) 



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GRAND JURY INDICTS TVTO IN IMELATED MULDER CASES 

PARNELL, JEFFREY UAYNE ( WEAPONS OmGE) 

POLICE LOG/CHASE ENDS WITH ASSAULT, DWI CHARGES 

HAN CHARKD WITH HOLDING, ASSAULTING WOMAN FOR 2 DAYS 

PARRISH, PERVIS (DRU^a<EN DRIVING/WtfOLAUGHTER CHARGES) 
TEEN GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE 
YOUTH PUNISHED FOR FREAK fcRECK THAT KILLED TEEN 

PATTERSON, DAN (CHATHAM CO.) 

MAN UaSES CWTHAM MINORITY RECRUITER 

DEMS MAY FACE RUNOFF IN COMMISSIONERS RACE 

PATTERSON, WILLIE I. "Ttf>" _ 

LAWSUIT PITS LEGAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM AGAINST CREST STREET COMM. 

PAYLOR, GEORGE WASHINGTON (SHOOTING VICTIM) 

POLICE LOG/PinSBORO fWN CHARGED IN ROBBERY AT HOfE IN DURHAM 

PEDERSEN, NEIL (C.H./CARRBt»0 SCHOOLS ASST, SUPER.) 
official: city schools cutting IT CLOSE ON SPACE 

FtELE, MARY L. (NAACP) 

amcH TO Hco king banquet sat. 

PEELE, RODNEY (DU<E UNIV.) 

KRZYZEWSKI BLASTS STUDENT REPORTERS ABOUT COVERAGE 
KRZYZEUSKI, STUDENT ICUSPfifER IRtJN OUT DIFFERENCES 
KRZYZEWSKI, STUDENT ICUSPAPER IRON OUT DIFFERENCES 

PEELE, STANLEY (CHAPa HILL) 

VAUGHAN REQUESTS REDUCED CHARGES/SON ACCUSED OF KILLING FATHER 

PENDERGRASS, LINDY (SHERIFF) 

FENDERGRASS SEEKING THIRD ELECTION WIN 
MAJOR CRIMES ON INCREASE COUNTY-WIDE 
MAJOR CRIMES ON INCREASE COUNTY-WIDE 

FtRRY, LORI ANN (TJCFT CHARGE) 

PaiCE L(X3/WARRANT ISSUED FOR l«MELESS MAN IN LIBRARY STABBING 

PERRY, MARCUS (IM;-CH CA^PUS POLICE) 
OFFICERS TESTIFY EDWARDS BITRAPFED 
SUPERVISOR SAYS RECORDING NOT INTENDED TO INCRIMINATE 

PETERSON, TWYLA (aUB NOVA) 
CLUB APPRECIATES ARTICLE 

PETERSON, VICTORIA 

FILIW3S/ASS0CIATE MINISTER RUNS FOR STATE H(SJSE 
MINISTER, JUDGE FILE FOR HOUSE, BENCH SEATS 

FETTENGILL, ROBERT B. 

ELDERLY MUST ENSURE THAT GOVERNi€NT HELP'S OTHERS, TOO 

PETTIFORD, DORIS (m (ASSAULT VICTIM) 
POLICE LOG/ICE CREAM STORE ROBBED 

FHILLIFS, GARY (WEAVER STREET REALTY J, AUCTION CO.) 
PHILLPS SAYS PARTNER'S ACTIONS QUESTIONABLE 
ARTSCENTER SOUABBLE MAY GET MEDIATOR 

PICKETT, LISA T. (LAWSUIT AGAINST DUKE) 

WOMAN WANTED CESAREAN BIRTHj ALLEGES TWO DOCTOR'S NEGLIGENT 

PICK£TT, MICHAEL HOWARD (PARENTS SUING DUKE MED. CENTER) 

WOMAN WANTED CESAREAN BIRTH; ALLEGES TWO DOCTOR'S NEGLIGENT 

PICKETT, MICHAEL S. (LAWailT AGAINST DUKE) 



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2 


1/17/1990 C 


2 


N 


H 
S 


2 
2 


1/07/1990 B 
1/08/1990 C 


1 
1 


NM51 
N B53 


H 
S 


2 
2 


1/26/1990 C 
1/26/1990 C 


3 

1 


N 
N 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


1/13/1990 A 
1/24/1990 A 


3 
3 


N M25 
N M25 


, COUNCIL H 


2 


1/14/1990 B 


1 P N 382 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 C 


1 P N iCl 


CHH 1 


1/08/1990 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


1/26/1990 A 


3 


N 


H 
H 
H 


2 
2 
2 


1/17/1990 D 
1/23/1990 B 
1/23/1990 B 


1 

2 

n 


N M88 
P N M88 
P N N36 



CHH 1 1/26/1990 A 1 P N M70 



CHH 1 1/03/1990 A 1 P N M70 
CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 1 P N U57 
CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 1 P N M70 



H 2 1/14/1990 B 1 N M51 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/23/1990 A 1 P N S17 
1/25/1990 A 3 P N S17 



CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 4 L 



H 2 
S 2 


1/03/1990 C 
1/03/1990 C 


1 P N S69 
1 P N 


CHH 1 


1/09/1990 A 


4 P J 


H 2 


1/16/1990 C 


1 


N M51 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 


1/15/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 


3 
1 


N C62 
N C62 


H 2 


1/24/1990 C 


1 


N S82 


H 2 


1/24/1990 C 


1 


N S82 



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UOMAN WANTED CESAREAN BIRTH; ALLEGES TWO DOCTORS NEGLIGENT 

PIERCE, RWALD XN (14)1) 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH DUI, SPEEDING 

PIERCE, WILLIAM SYLVESTER (DRUG CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/WOmN, 77, FATALLY INJURED CROSSING STREET 

PIFER, GERALD (HUD ECONOMIST) 

FEW CAN (fFORH ^EU TOME, STUDY SHOWS 

PILKETHEY, WALTER (STABBING VICTIM) 

STABBING ALARMS LIBRARY AMilNISTRATORS 

STABBING ALAR'MS LIBRARY ADMINISTRATORS 

KNIFING TIGHTENS LIBRARY SECURITY 

F-CLICE LOG/DETECTIVES ftfiVE SUSF'ECT IN STABBING 

LIBRARY KNIFER IS SOUGHT 

MAN SOUGHT IN LIBRARY KNIFING NOW ALSO WANTED FOR ROBBERY 

FHICE LOG/MARRANT ISSUED FOR HOMELESS MAN IN LIBRARY STABBING 

SEARCH CONTIhftJES IN LIBRARY STABBING 

PIPKIN, JOSEPH (THEH CHARGE) 

PO-ICE L0G/UOM(W STABBED TO I£ATH SUNDAY KJRING ARGUfCNT 

PLACE, CARO. 

CLOTHING FIRM LEAVES BUYERS IN STITCHES 

F'OLLARD, fWRGARET 

HUNT TO QUIT ON JAN 31. 

FflLLARD, MARGARET BRYANT 

THREE SEEK TO FINISH HUNT TERM 

FtlLLin, DANIEL H. (CHAPa HILL) 

PROFESSORS DESCRIBE ADMISSION I^EQUITIES 

PONS, PAT ifunm) 

TRIANGLE DINIt«, BY TfE BOOK 

POOLE, RUTW S. 

'UE ARE ON EARTH TO ^€LP ONE ANOTHER' 

F'OOLE, TIMOTHY RtJ^ILT 

TOOTHBRUSH IN HAND, POOLE F'REPi^ES FOR PRISON 

POPHAM, DAN (ARMY RESEARCH OFFICE) 
DURHAM tidff LAB AF'PEARS SECURE 

PORTER, WILLIAM J, (ROBBERY CONVICTION) 

F-ORTER DRAWS THREE-YEAR SENTENCE FtS? SERVICE-STATION ROBBERY 

FtKJNDS, SAM (MURDER VICTIM) 
CRIMESTOPPER 

POUSSAINT, ALVIN DR. 

KING CELEBRATION SET FOR -JAN. 14-21 

A QUESTION OF VALUES 

TOWARD THE TABLE OF BROTHERHOOD 

POWELL, DARYLL (PRINCIPAL) 

FIAN TO USE TRAILER RILES PUPILS' PARENTS 

POWELL, ORVILLE W. 

CARaiNA THEATRE PLANS WILL BE SCALED BACK 
POWEU SUGGESTS *145-MILLI0N CIH BOND REFERENKJM 
SCALING DOWN CARCIINA THEATRE 

PRESLEY, ELVIS 

NO. 1 ELVIS REPORTER REASSIGhCD AFTER 'INTERESTING' TWO YEARS 



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1/13/1990 C 
1/14/1990 B 
1/17/1990 C 



1/22/1990 B 
1/12/1990 B 
1/25/1990 A 
1/31/1990 A 
1/21/1990 A 
1/16/1990 A 
1/25/1990 A 
1/24/1990 D 
1/30/1990 A 
1/17/1990 D 
1/16/1990 C 



1/06/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 



1 P N M51 

1 P N R63 

1 N 

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1 N 

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1 N M51 
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6 P N S56 
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1 N S78 
9 N 

2 N 



7 P N 

3 P N 

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1/05/1990 C 
1/09/1990 A 



1 P N R63 
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1990 FILING PERIOD OPENS; PRICE GETS 4TH DISTRICT FOE 
U.S. REP. PRICE CH/^ENGED BY MOORE 

GRAii STurorrs fian forum on pay f-roblems 

PRICE, DOSSETT, CHURCH SEEK SEATS 

PRICE TO SEEK THIRD TERtl IN DISTRICT SEAT 

REP. PRICE SAYS fC COULD SUPPORT 'REASONABLE' CAPITAL GAINS TAX CUT 

LEGISLATORS PONDER HOUSING GPP 

FOOTBALL FEAST 

VW.£NTIfE, PRICE GET HIGH MARKS 

PRINCE, ALDOLfHUS JR. (ASSAULT CHARGE) 

OFFICERS ATTACKED BY 2 MEN IN JEEP _ 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHAR-GED WITH ASSAULT ON OFFICERS TURNS SELF IN 
2ND hWN IS CHARGED IN ASSAULT ON OFFICERS 
POLICE LOG/fEN TURN SELVES IN 

PUGH, CONNIE (SILER CITY) 

JOHN BRAY JR. WILL TWN 10 IN YEAR 2000 

QUAYLE, DAN 

THE FLIGHTS FROM EFFICIENCY 

RA, SUN 

SUN RA/SATURNIAN SPEAKS ON WE COSMCS, MUSIC AND DEATH 

RATCHFORD, J. THOMAS 

BUSH AIDES TO SPEAK IN DURHAM 

' MS. RECKHOW, RAY ARE SEEKING COI^ITY CffllMISSION SEAT; JUDGE CHANEY FILES 
RAY, OmEy FILE FOR COUNTY OFFICES 

RECKHOW, ELLEN 

COMMISSIONER RECKHOW SEEKS SECOND TERM 

MS. RECKHOW, RAY ARE SEEKING COUNTY COMMISSION SEAT; JUDGE CHANEY FILES 

REECE, MAX G. (SILER CITY) 

PENDERGRASS SEEKING THIRD ELECTION WIN 
REECE MAKIS STATE SENATE BID OFFICH«. 

REED, DAY FUGARD SR.CICCEASED) 

D.F. REED SR. , PART OWNER OF SERVICE F'RINTING CO. 

REED, SAM (LOCAL ACTIVIST) 

DIVERSE GROUP U0RKI^«3 FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE, PEACE 
CITY ACCUSED OF UNFAIR, ILLEGAL LABOR PRACTICES 

REEVES, CARL (FOOTBALL) 

REEVES TO JOIN WOLFPACK; ALSTON PICKS UNC 

REILLY, WILLIAM K. (EPA) 

EPA BOSS TO SPEAK IN CHAPEL HILL 

EPA CHIEF VIEWS PREVENTION OF POLLUTION AS HOPE OF FUTURE 

RESTON, JAMES (AUTHOR) 

RE3T0N BOOK SIGNING TO BE ^€LD TODAY 

REYNOLDS, JOW DILLARD (lECEASED) 

JOHN DILLARD REYNOLDS, 54, FALLS TO DEATH AT ORLANDO HOTEL 

RICE, GEOR'GE (Dl^HAM SALVATION ARMY) 
ARMY ALLIES 

RICE, KING 

TAR HEaS' RICE STARTS TO COOK 

RICHARDSON, CURTIS J. DR. 

GRANT TO FUND FLORIDA WETLANDS STUDY 



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1/29/1990 B 1 

1/30/1990 C 1 

1/31/1990 C 1 

1/02/1990 A 

1/16/1990 A 

1/04/1990 A 

1/20/1990 C 



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N M51 
N B53 
N M51 



P N C62 

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1/12/1990 A 1 



1/11/1990 A 1 
1/12/1990 C 1 



1/03/1990 A 1 
1/04/1990 A 3 



D N S69 
P N 



P N H65 
D N S69 



P N M70 
P N M25 



H 2 1/02/1990 B 10 P 



1/26/1990 A 6 
1/31/1990 C 1 



1/23/1990 A 3 

1/25/1990 B 3 

1/05/1990 A 2 

1/27/1990 D 1 

1/25/1990 B 1 



P N G59 
N R63 



N B40 



N 
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N 
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yOMAN DIES IN CAR COLLISIW 

RICWKMi, LEONA (DECEASED) 

LIME-IN CHARGED IN ORANGE SHOOTIf« OW 1 1/02/1990 A 

COFLE HAD yiOLENT HISTORY, RECORDS SHOW CHH 1 1/03/1990 A 

SHOOTING VICTIM DIES AT HOSPITAL FR-OM HEAD INJURY CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 

FOX WON'T ASK I£ATH PENALTY IN STOOTING S 2 1/08/1990 A 

RILEY, ANDREW (SHOOTING INCIDEhfT) 

POLICE LOG/WN IN HOSPITAL FROM SW)TaJN BLAST IN THIGH H 2 1/25/1990 B 

RILEY, MCKGAN 

FIRM LEAVES DCMITOW FOR CHAPEL HILL BLVD. SITE S 2 1/06/1990 C 

RILEY, hELLIE 

INSTITUTE REAOCS OUT TO BLACK CHIUREN S 2 1/11/1990 A 

RIMER, WjW 

mm, RIf€R BOTH LANDLORDS (CORRECTED) CHH 1 1/04/1990 A 

RINGaD, RANDY (TffiT CHARtSS) 

PaiCE LOG/MEN TW?N SaVES IN H 2 1/31/1990 C 

R'OBB BETSY 

'new FRIENDS OF Wm^ REPtS^TS CONTRIBUTIONS OF $57,652 TO 7 CANDIDATES H 2 1/30/1990 C 

ROBB, THCM (KU KLUX KLAN MEMBER) 

FURTtCR SULLYING A BAD REPUTATION H 2 1/09/1990 A 

ROBERSON, KEf*CTH K. (DECEASED) 

HENDERSON POLICE CHIEF KEh^CTH K. ROffiRSON H 2 1/22/1990 B 

ROBINS, DAN (TAR HEEL VIDEO PRODUCTIONS) 

SO WHAT IS 'IT'? VIDEO VALENTI^ES H 2 1/15/1990 A 

ROBINSON, DELIA (TEAOCR) 

A CHANCE FOR CHOICES S 2 1/20/1990 C 

ROBINSON, ISAAC DR. 

MS. GILES, ROBINSON FILE FOR COmiSSIONER RACE H 2 1/20/1990 C 

2 MORE DEMOCRATS SEEK COWISSION SEAT S 2 1/20/1990 A 

ROBINSON, ISIAH (GIW CHARtjE) 

POLICE LOG/PinSBORO MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY AT HOhE IN DURHAM H 2 1/18/1990 C 

ROGER'S, V. C. 

CART(S)NS LAMPOON HELMS' STAND ON ART H 2 1/28/1990 E 

R-OaiNS, BETSY 

COMMUNITY KITCI€N NEEI6 t€LP H 2 1/01/1990 A 

ROSE, BOB (HILLSBfHJUGH TOWN PLANNING BOARD) 

DEMOCRACY'S S>IRIT ACCEPTS DISSENT CHH 1 1/13/1990 A 

ROSE, CHARLES FtTE SR. (DECEASED) 

CITY COUfCILMAN ROSE OF HENDERSON H 2 1/19/1990 C 

ROSENTHAL, SHERRI ZANN (DURWlM AHORfCY) 

GUIDE TO HELP' OWNERS SELL THEIR OWN HOMES H 2 1/28/1990 G 

ROTH, SUSAN (PSYCWDLOGIST) 

APPEALS COURT ALLOWS RAF'E TRAUMA EVIDENCE S 2 1/12/1990 A 

ROULE, ROBERT C. 

ROULE RETURNS TO HUMANITIES COUNCIL H 2 1/11/1990 C 

MARTIN AFfOINTS HUMANITIES COUNCIL S 2 1/20/1990 A 

ROY ALL, KENNETH JR. (SENATOR) 

HUNT, ROYAa, STEPHENS FILE TO KEEP SEATS S 2 1/04/1990 A 

3 file: STEPfCNSi SENATOR'S ROYALL, HUNT H 2 1/05/1990 C 



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1 N W57 
1 P N U57 
6 N 



1 N N36 
1 N E33 
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1 P N M70 
1 N M51 
1 N S69 
4 E 
6 
6 P N S56 
1 P N YU 



1 D N S69 
1 P N 



1 P N M51 
8 P R G68 
4 E 
4 E 
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1 D U 
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1 P N 



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ROYAU RE-ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF ADVISORY BUDGET PANEL 
ASHEVILLE TO KEEP LEGISLATIVE CONFERENCE 

RUDD, LUTHER rtJNTER (DWI) 

POLICE LOG/ARhED ROBBERY OCCURS AFTER GUEST OPENS APT. DOOR 

RUFFIN, BEN (RJR TOBACCO CO.) 

RJ^'S RUFFIN; CIVIL-RIGHTS STRUGGLE NOT OVER 

RUFFIN, Bl«LEY DEE (MURDER CHARGE) 

LIVE-IN CHARGED IN ORANGE SHOOTING 
COUPLE HAD VIOLENT HISTORY, RECORDS SHOW 
SHOOTING VICTIM DIES AT HOSPITAL FROM HEAD INJURY 
FOX WON'T ASK lEATH PENALTY IN SHOITING 

RUFFIN, PATRICIA D. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR) 
BLACK NURSES TO BE H0N(aO 

RUSH, EDDIE BOBBY (SHOOTING CHARGE) 

PaiCE LOG/PinSBORO MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY AT HOME IN DURHAM 

RUSH, MICHAEL 

RENAISaWCE RUSH AIMS HIS SHOW AT VIEIERS IMAGINATION 

RUSSELL, MARIE (MURDER VICTIM) 
mt INDICTED IN STAEBI^K3 

RUSSELL, MARVIN JR. (BREAKING «. ENTERING CHARGE) 

POLICE LCB/PITTSBORO MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY AT HOME IN DURHAM 

RYDER, THOMAS 0. 

PUBLISHING CO. PRESIDENT HILL SPEAK AT DUKI 

SAFFO-COGUELL, MARIAN (TEACfER) 

TOY STORE LAR«£ST IN CITY/PROJECT BY ACADEMY SECONDS-GRADERS 

SAJAK, PAT 

CLEARING T>€ RECORD 

SAKANIUA, PETER 

2 EX-DURHAM INDIES SETTLE JAIL SUIT 
FOR^ER JAIL II*WTES WIN FOERAL SUIT 

SANDERS, CHARLES A. ((LAXO) 

NORTH CAROLINA'S INFANT-DEATH RATE SHOULD BE MAJOR CONCERN 
SANDERS NAMED DUKE SPEAKER 
GLAXO'S SANDERS TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

SANDERS, KATHY (PRESIDENT-ta^AD) 

GRAD PRESIDENT TELLS GRANVILLE CHAMBER ABOUT DRUG PROGRAMS 

SANDERS, TROY EUGEhE "SLATS" 

TmEE-MAN RACE FORMS FOR SHERIFF IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

SANFORD, TERRY JR, 

CtXJNCIL RELUCTANTLY OKS TREYBURN SEWER LIfES 

SANFORD, TERRY SR. 

SANFORD UNICRGOES SUR13ERY FOR HERNIA 
SANFORD IN GOOD CONDITION 
SANFORD BACKS CUT IN PAYROLL TAX 

SAWYER, l»EVA (QUILTER) 

ARTUtMy^S FOR COLD NIGHTS ON DISPLAY 

SAY, PEGGY 

NCFA NEWSPAPER INSTITUTE OPENS TODAY IN DURHAM 

STATE PRESS GR'OUF- MEETS IN DUR'HAM 

HOSTAGE'S SISTER BRINGS PUSH FOR HIS RaEASE TO N.C, PRESS 



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H 2 1/26/1990 C 



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S 2 1/22/1990 A 
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H 2 1/14/1990 D 
S 2 1/20/1990 A 
H 2 1/29/1990 B 



H 1 1/17/1990 C 
H 1 1/13/1990 C 
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S 2 1/02/1990 B 
S 2 1/03/1990 C 
H 2 1/30/1990 A 



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4 L 
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3 N l«7 
1 P N M51 
9 N 

1 P N U60 

2 N 



1 N B53 
5 N S82 



5 L 
7 N 
2 N 



2 N T33 
1 N T33 
1 N C61 



1 P N 
1 N 
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H 2 1/18/1990 A 
S 2 1/18/1990 C 
H 2 1/19/1990 A 



1 N S69 
1 N 
1 P N C60 



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2 COOEK SOWWRES SAV€ tSM FII^ STATION FROM RRNI^fl} 
SCHAI.SR, W*K (VISITING IM: LECTURER) 

STurorrs can't THim 

SCHOHffiRG, Cf*lYLE 

CARLYLE SDCKIBERG; A CLEAN-CUT COACH'S DREAM 

SCHUi€RT, PETER 

SERVICES FOR mNDICAPPED CRITICIZED BY PARENTS 

SCHILTZ, DICK (NC^ DIRECTOR) 

DEK^ HJOD BO^ftJS FW? COLEGE ATHTTES 

SCOn, BEf^flS (EASKETBAU) 

SCOn'S 36 LEAVES ICACONS' COtO^ IN Al€, WAKE WITH ANOTh£R LOSS 

SELINSKY, rOBIE 

AT riS<E, A fCW WSaji CF WXdS 

SEXTON, L»*JIE 

UNC OFFICERS WIN PR»«)TI(»<S, BACK PAY 

SHAF'IRO, LEE T. W. 

^rrEOR swȣr dazzles triangle 

Smw, GERALD UWOTT (ASSAULT OtfWSE) 

FaiCE LOG/UCrtW, 77, FATALLY INJURED CROSSING STREET 

S^ERIDAN, DICK (F00TB(!11) 

AtSENT (FFENSE SCURS tajPACK'S SEASON 
SfCRIDAN PAID HiaCST SAL/«Y IN NC SYSTEM 

SHERMAN, ROBERT 

EIWARDS FELL THRCKJGH CRACKS, SHERtW^ SAYS 
FAVORITISM A FTOBLEM, NOT RACISM, ZUNIC^ SAYS 

S^£RRY, CHARLES (SJICIDE ATTEMPT) 
WIFE FINDS MAN HANGING BY ^£CK 
HANGING VICTIM DIES (CORRECTED) 
HANGING VICTIM ALIVt 
MAN FaiND ^WJ6ING DIES IN HOSPITW. 

SHY, cm. W. (EPirCMIOLaSIST) 

LEAD HAZ/«D OVERLOOKED FOR YB«S, i€fLTH E)(PERT SAYS 

SIGWORTH, KEITH (DIETER) 
THINKING THIN 

SIhEONSSON, NANCY (NU«E) 

NWSE JOINS SCHOO. ECARD RACE 

SINGBAND, DAVID 

IPC'S SERVICE DEMAND ON RISE 

SINGER, KAY 

KEN^O)Y SAYS 'NO MORE,' BUT SINGER TO SEEK 2ND TERM (CORRECTED) 

CHAIRMAN SAYS SHE WANTS TO KEEP WORKING ON SENATE BILL 2 IDEAS-CORRECTED 

F-ENr£Rt5RASS SEEKING THIRB ELECTION WIN 

TERRELL 'SEEKS COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD POST 

SINGER STRtSSES REFORM EFFORT IN BID FOR SECOND BOAR'D TERM 

SKINNER, ROY (DUKE UNIV.) 

KRZYZEUSKI'S HOOP-STERS NOT mj ONES ON KJKE COURTS 

SLAYIO, STEVE (FOOTBALL PLAYER) 

SLAYICN ANTICIPATES RETUR'N TO NCKMAL LIFE 

SMITH, AMANDA J. 

TRUE ADULTHOOD RATES tELCCME 



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1/12/1990 C 
1/09/1990 A 
1/18/1990 B 
1/31/1990 C 
1/10/1990 A 
1/07/1990 C 
1/28/1990 C 
1/17/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 
1/10/1990 C 



1/01/1990 D 
1/17/1990 D 



1/24/1990 A 
1/24/1990 A 



1/24/1990 A 
1/25/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 



1/24/1990 A 
1/07/1990 E 
1/07/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 



1/02/1990 A 
1/02/1990 A 
1/03/1990 A 
1/03/1990 A 
1/03/1990 A 



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1 P N S17 



3 N 

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5 N LBO 

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LITTLE RESO-UTIONS FOR CHANGE 

MISPLACED SEX MEANS TROUBLE ON TUO FRONTS 

STORYTELLING IN W3RK PLACE: USE YOUR OUN EXPERIENCES 

SMITH, DARRYL IWHiWi AHORNEY) 

DA CANDIDATE'S ACCUSATIONS REFUTED BY COURT RECORDS 

CANDIDATE SMITH SAYS CHILD-SUFfORT ISSUE SHOULD NOT CLOUD HIS CAfff'AIGN 

DA CANDIDATE TO FOLLOW COURT ORDER, PAY CHILD SUPPORT 

OHIO MUX. ORDERS SMITH TO PAY $6,000 IN CHILD SUPPORT 

SMITH FILES IN DA RACE; BARRIM3ER («Y FILE MJNDAY 

SMITH, DEAN 

TAR teas' SMITH FAVORS ALLOWING UNDERGRADUATES TO TEST MARKET 
SHERIDAN PAID HIHCST S(Lm IN NC SYSTEM 
NEVER CtXJNT SMITH'S TAR HEELS CXJT 
OK, UEfHi STOP ALL TtC WINING 

SMITH, EDWARD F. REV. (DECEASED) 

REV. SMITH, 70, KILLED IN WRECK 

SMITH, JEFFREY K. (FUQUA SCH. OF BUSIfCSS) 
RED im 

SMITH, LOI^IE (BASEBALL) 

LIKE SMITH, YOUNG BRAVES M«<I(ffi STRIDES 
BRAVES DUE GOOD YEAR 

SMITH, REY LAMONT (ROBBERY CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/FOUR CHARGED WITH ROBBERY IN CREEDMOOR 

SMITH, ROMAN 0. 

DEMS MAY FACE RIMFF IN CWflllSSIONERS RACE 

SMITH, WADDELL WILEY JR. (FIRE VICTIM) 

A YEAR LATER, DEADLY (3UEEN ST. FIRE STILL A MYSTERY 

SMITH, WARREN (DECEASED) 
TOJRNEY HONORS BOWLER 

SNOW, LARRY (COACH) 

SNOW COAD€S GIRLS' HOOPS AT ELE^ENTARY SCHOOL 

SOUTH, BRIAN (DEVELOPER) 
ENXmn HO»€S 

SPANGLER, C. D. JR. 

BOOSTERS' BOOKS NO SECRET, HARDIN SAYS 
JONES ABANDONS ATRTTIC VP F(K IM! IDEA 

SPEED, JAf€S D. (SEN.) 

SENATOR PAYS HIS FILING FEE, FACES (^PONENT IN PRIMARY 
WAKE COUNTY REPUBLICAN FILES FOR STATE SEfWTE IN DISTRICT 11 

SPELL, mKm R. 

SPELL BUYS ALLENTON SUBSIDIARY 

SPURRIER, STEVE 

IT'S official: spurrier's a GATOR 

SPURRIER TO TAKE 3 ASSISTANTS TO aORIDA 

FOUR BLUE DEVIL ASSISTANTS FOaOWING SPURRIER TO FLORIDA 

THE F'OST-SPURRIER' DEVILS 

DUKE FOOTBALL GETS NEW STfRl IN 1990 

GLORY IN GAI(€SVILLE 

STANBACK, A. LECW JR. 

CONTROVER-SY OVER JJH3ES' TERtiS SF'RtADS BEYOND DURHAM 

STEARNS, JOmS. REV. 

PATH TO PRIESTHtWD PROVES CIRCUITOUS 



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1/21/1990 E 
1/28/1990 E 



1/15/1990 A 
1/19/1990 B 
1/19/1990 B 
1/25/1990 B 
1/31/1990 A 



1/09/1990 B 
1/17/1990 D 
1/22/1990 D 
1/30/1990 B 



1/21/1990 B 
1/11/1990 C 



1/16/1990 B 
1/16/1990 C 



1/15/1990 B 
1/24/1990 A 
1/15/1990 B 
1/23/1990 D 
1/16/1990 C 
1/07/1990 F 



1/13/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 



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1/25/1990 B 



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4 U 
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4 L 

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



2 P N L22 

3 N 

1 P U D18 
1 U M88 



1/01/1990 D 
1/01/1990 D 
1/02/1990 B 
1/03/1990 A 
1/08/1990 A 
1/09/1990 B 



1/31/1990 A 
1/30/1990 A 



1 N 
1 P N 



1 P U M88 
3 P N F52 



N 

N M25 
N M51 
N A76 
4 P N M06 
1 P P T37 



1 N S17 

2 P N S17 



1 P N H60 
1 P N H60 



S 2 1/03/1990 C 1 N E33 



1 P N 
8 N 

3 N C49 

4 E 
4 E 

2 P N 



1 P N B53 
8 P N S27 



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DELEGATION'S hELP SOUGHT ON PAROLE HEARINGS 
HUNT, ROYAa, STEPHENS FILE TO KEEP SEATS 
3 file: STEPHENS; SENATORS ROYALL, HUNT 

da candidate's accusations refuted by court records 

stephenson, richard lee (deceased) 

broun pleads guilty to lesser offense 
prosecutor: hem. with brim was necessary 

STEVENS, mm (AHORNEY) 

WASTE GROUP'S liCORMATION F'ROCEDUR'ES DRAW CRITICISM 
SO^EONE TO UATCH OVER YOU? 

AUTHORin OFFICIAL CRITICIZES Ifff^ORMATION PROCEDURES 
HACK^EY LETTER ANSWER OK, PRESS LAWYER SAYS 
PUBLIC DESERVES EQUAL TREATfCNT 

STEVENS, WILLIAM (W^ICIAN) 
STEVENS FAMILY SINffiR-S 

STEVENSON, JOHN (DURHAM GERALD REPORTER) 

DA OtfffilDATE'S ACCUSATI«« REFUTED BY COJRT RECORDS 

STEWART, ANITA (PLAYMAKERS REPERTORY CO.) 
SHAKESPEARE— WITH A '603 TWIST 

STEWART, PEARSON H, 

RESEARCH TRIANON FOMiATION VETS STEP DOWN; NOW PART-TIME CONSIXTANTS 

STITH, DAVID W. 

NAACP'S CHAMBERS APOLOGIZES TO STITH 

STONE, RAYMOND A. (SANMILLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE) 

SENATOR PAYS HIS FILING FEE, FACES OPPONENT IN PRIMARY 
WAKE COUNTY REPUBLICAN FILES FOR STATE SENATE IN DISTRICT 11 

STONE, TED G. 

N.C, REP. MIOWUX FILES; STONE PLANS BID FC« SENATE 

WRIGHT, STOf€ ENTER RACES 

STONE FILES FOR N.C. SENATE RACE 

SMITH FILES IN DA RACE; BARRINGER MAY FILE MONDAY 

STRAHM, DALE (COACH) 

STRAttI LEAVES OCU POST, JmES OVER DUKE DEFENSE 

STRAWBRIDGE, NELSON 

LOSER STRAWBRIDGE OUTSPENT JENKINS BY $30,000 IN 1989 

JENKINS SF-ENT LESS IN MAYOR'S CONTEST 

NEW FRIENDS OF DURHAM REPORTS CONTRIBUTIONS OF $57,652 TO 7 CANDIDATES 

GROUP SPENT $57,652 ON FALL ELECTION 

STRICKLAND, FRANK (POLICE OFFICER) 

THREE-«AN RACE FORMS FOR SHERIFF IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

STRICKLAND, WENICLL WADE 

APPEALS COURT ALLOWS RAPE TRAUMA EVIDENCE 

STKOM, RONALIi A. 

COUNCIL TO CONSIDER MIXED-USE PROPOSAL 

STUART, CHARLES (DECEASED) 
DEPT. OF MACABRE 
THE CRUELTY OF SILENT LIES 

SULLIVAN, CHUCK 

POETRY, SHORT STORIES PROVIDE COLORFUL SESSION FOR FRIENDS 

SWENSON, CHUCK 

BLUE DEVILS DaiVER GENTLE DRUBBING TO SWENSON 'S TRIBE 



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1/12/1990 A 
1/12/1990 B 



1/22/1990 A 
1/22/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/24/1990 A 



1/07/1990 B 
1/15/1990 A 
1/30/1990 A 
1/O4/1990 C 
1/05/1990 C 



1/17/1990 C 
1/25/1990 B 



1/18/1990 C 
1/18/1990 A 
1/31/1990 C 
1/31/1990 A 



1/27/1990 C 
1/27/1990 B 
1/30/1990 C 
1/30/1990 C 



1/13/1990 C 
1/12/1990 A 
1/22/1990 A 



1/14/1990 D 
1/18/1990 A 



1/21/1990 D 
1/23/1990 D 



1 P N S82 
1 N B53 



1 N M25 
4 E 
1 P N M25 
1 N M25 
4 E 



3 P P T44 

4 L 
3 P N 

3 N K65 
1 P N N36 



1 P N H60 

1 P N H60 



1 P N S69 

1 P N H65 

1 P N 

1 P N 



H 2 1/12/1990 B 1 P N C49 



1 C N R63 

1 P N 

1 H S69 

1 N 



1 N T33 
1 N B53 
1 N M70 



4 E 
4 E 



3 P U H45 
1 P N P52 



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1/31/1990 



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POLICE L0G/AI»O ROBBERY OCCURS AFTER K£ST OPENS APT. DOOR 

TATE, SAMUEL (dJDGE) „ „„„ 

CANDIDATE SMITH SAYS CHILD-SUPPORT ISSUE SHOU NOT CLOUD HIS CAMPAIGN 

TAYLOR, A. HIWTER (ARTIST) 
ARTS FOR ALL 

TAYLOR, CECIL (JAZZ PIANIST) 

JAZZ PIANIST TAYLOR IS A SADLY OVERLOOKED MASTER 

TAYLOR, DAVID (F(K}€R CHAPa HILL TOWN MANAGER) 

aWHBER SALARY TOO HIGH FOR 'UNQUALIFIED' PRESIDENT 

TAYLOR, DAVID KEhP (ASSAILT SUSPECT) 

PORTER DRAWS TWEE-YEAR SENTENCE FOR SERVICE-STATION ROBBERY 

TENNYSON, NICK 

2 DURHAM BUILDERS SW«E ASSOCIATION'S TOP AWARD 
DEVELOPER'S PLAN SPARKS fCIGHT SPAT 

TERRELL, BARBARA (ORANGE COWTY) 

PENDERaWSS SEEKING THIRD ELECTION WIN 
TERRELL SEEKS COUNTY SCHOOL BO/«D POST 

TERRELL, JAMES (BASKETBALL PLAYER) 

TERRELL'S 46 POINTS GUN DOWN UNICORNS, 77-67 
LOJISBURG'S TERRELL F01R.S UP UNICORNS 

THAJCS, PAUL 

SEVEN MILE RESERVOIR SITE lOATE BREWS 

THOMAS, B<«BW?A COBB (POCKETBOOK STOLEN) 
ALERT BAM<ER SAVES MOM'S PAYOCCK 
PAYOCCK STOLEN FROM BAM< UttfiKER'S MOM NETS CHARtS 

THOMAS, EDWARD St€R«AN (SHOOTING CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/PinSBORO MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY AT HOME IN DURHAM 

THOMAS, R. P. "BO" SEN. (D-HENDERSON) 

THOMAS FILES j QtMl READY TO ANNOUNCE 

THOMPSON, CARL (CHAThWM COWTY COMMISSIOtCRS) 

CHATWlM C0^«ISSI0^OS SET MINORITY BUSINESS GOALS 

THOMPSON, DAVID 

•DT' RETURNED TO REYNOLDS, BUT TAR HEaS STCLE THE SHOU 

THOMPSON, JAMES "SWlG" (DECEASED) 
FORMER BULLS PLAYER DIES 

THOMPSON, MICKEY CHARLES (ARSON SUSPECT) 
2 EX-DURHAM INMATES SETTLE JAIL SUIT 
FORMER JAIL IIWATES WIN FEDERAL SUIT 

THOMPSON, SHARON A. 

MS. THOMPSON HANGS FIRE ON FILING, FUaiNG SPECULATION 

REP. THOMPSON ANNOUNCEMENT EXPECTED 

REPUBLICAN WASIBJ. IN COMMISSION RACE 

TmMPSON BOWS OUT OF RACE 

REP. THOMPSON IfflN'T RUN AGAIN; LUEBKE IS 

DAVIS FILES FOR COWISSIONER RACE 

IS T>£ LEGISLATURE A CLUB FOR RICH AND IDLE? 

EXPLORING THE NATURE OF mRJW CAROLINA'S LEGISLATIVE BEAST 

THOMY, AL 

NCCU, A4T HEADING TO ^EUTRAL SITE 

THORNBURG, LACY (N.C. AHORNEY GENERW.) 
THE TRICKLE IF TttORY OF GAS PRICES 



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H 2 

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H 2 
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E 
— DATE — C 

1/17/1990 C 
1/19/1990 B 
1/22/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 
1/17/1990 D 



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CHH 1 

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H 2 
S 2 



S 2 
H 2 



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H 2 
CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 



S 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



H 2 

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1/17/1990 D 
1/24/1990 C 



1/03/1990 A 
1/03/1990 A 



1/18/1990 B 
1/18/1990 B 



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1 P N M51 
12 N S82 

3 P P T44 
6 B S66 

4 J 
9 N 



4 P N 
1 N C61 



1 P N M70 
3 N M20 



3 P N IB5 
3 N P52 



cm 1 1/14/1990 A 1 P N M20 



1/23/1990 A 
1/25/1990 B 



1/18/1990 C 
1/30/1990 C 
1/24/1990 A 
1/21/1990 C 
1/09/1990 B 



1/22/1990 A 
1/23/1990 B 



1/04/1990 C 
1/24/1990 C 
1/24/1990 A 
1/25/1990 A 
1/26/1990 C 
1/26/1990 C 
1/27/1990 A 
1/28/1990 F 



1/31/1990 D 
1/15/1990 A 



1 N B53 
5 N 



1 P N ffil 
3 N 
1 P N M25 
1 U M88 
7 P 



1 N B53 
5 N S82 



1 D N S69 
1 N L40 
1 P N 
1 P N B35 
1 P N S69 

1 N 
3 N 

2 U L40 



1 N 
4 E 



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1/31/1990 



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LEGAL DRUGS NOT THE ANSUER, THORNBURG TEaS N.C. GROUP 
THORNBURG SUIT ADDRESSES ISSUE OF ASBESTOS IN PUBLIC BUILDINGS 

TIFFANY, CWtIS 

MAN SAYS PaiCE RACIAUY MOTIVATED IN STOFf ING HIH 
FtlLICE STOP BASED ON SKIN COLOR DRAWS POTEST 

TILLEY, ANTHONY THOMAS (SHOOTING CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/PinSBORO MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY AT HOME IN DURHAM 
POLICE LOG/MAN INJUKO IN ROBBERY TRY 
FaiCE LOG/MAN ARRESTED IN PIZZA HUT SHOOTING 
SECOND MAN IS ARRESTEB FOR SHOOTING AT PIZZA HUT 

TILLEY, ARTHUR MICHAa (MURI£R, ROBBERY CHARGES) 
F13LICE LOG/MAN iWESTED IN PIZZA HUT SHOOTIfffi 
SECOND mi IS ARRESTED FOR SHOOTING AT PIZZA HUT 

TILLEY, DENNIS WAYNE <D«I) 

POLICE LOG/ICE CREAM STORE fmm) 

TILLEY, JEFF (ICE SKATER) 

TILLEYS: HAVE ICE SKATES, WILL TRA\€L S 

ICE SKATING IS NOT JUS! FOR NORTHERNERS ANYMOR-E S 

TILLEY, MICHELLE (ICE SKATER) 

TILLEYS : HAVE ICE SKATES, WILL TRAVEL S 

ICE SKATING IS NOT ,AJST fGR NORTHERNERS ANYMORE S 

TIMBERLAKE, BOB 

TIMBERLAKE VaUME SHOWS 'THE WAY THINGS USED TO BE' H 

TITUS, KEWETH C. 

JUDGES JOHNSON, TITUS FILE H 

LABARRE OUT, TITUS IN AS CHIEF JUDGE S 
LABARRE OUSTED AS DUWAM'S CHIEF JUDGE AFTER VERBAL JABS AT HIGH COURT.. H 

LABARRE, TITUS SAY EXUM'S ACTION CAME AS SURPRISE H 

LABARRE^S RtMOVAL SURF'RISES OFFICIALS S 

BEE IN A POUDERO WIG H 

TITUS TACKLES DISTRICT COURT EFFICIENCY H 

TOLER, STEVE 

FWfE FAILURE CUTS BUSINESS "LIFELINE' S 

TOMICH, BRANISLAV (COMEDIAN) 

'DANGEROJS BUFFOONERY' H 2 

•DANGEROJS BUFFOONERY,' 1-MAN SHOW, AT DUKE S 2 

TOMS, JOHN WARREN (TRAFFIC CHAR13E) 

DURHAM MAN KILLED IN ROXBORO ACCIDENT S 2 

TOOMER, RICHARD LEE 

HELMS SENTENCED FOR ROBBERY, ASSAULT H 2 

TORAIN, BENJAMIN L. (LARCENY CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/GUNMAN TAKES $400 FRIM MAN WALKING HIS DOG H 2 

TROPSHA, YELENA 

'PERESTROIKA' CAN ALSO MEAN DANGER, SOVIET IMMIGRANT SAYS H 2 

TUCHI, BEN J. DR. 

UNC FACES t2.8 MILLION BUDGET CUT CHH 1 

TURKEL, STACY 

PATIENCE, LOVE... P(«ANOIA CHH 1 

UMSTEAD, GEOR'GE B. 

MASONIC AF'R-ON S 2 

UPCHURCH, JAMES BARLEH III (MURDER CONVICTION) 

FORMER STUr£NT AT N.C. STATE CONVICTED OF MURDER, BURGLARY H 2 



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1/24/1990 A 
1/31/1990 D 



1/26/1990 C 
1/26/1990 C 



1/18/1990 C 
1/20/1990 C 
1/27/1990 C 
1/27/1990 B 



1/27/1990 C 
1/27/1990 B 



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1/23/1990 D 
1/23/1990 D 



1/23/1990 D 
1/23/1990 D 



1/04/1990 C 
1/13/1990 A 
1/14/1990 A 
1/15/1990 A 
1/15/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 
1/30/1990 C 



1/05/1990 D 
1/12/1990 B 



1/10/1990 B 
1/05/1990 B 
1/04/1990 C 
1/09/1990 B 
1/10/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 
1/01/1990 C 
1/25/1990 B 



N R63 

N C61 



P N M51 
N R63 
N C47 
N B53 



N C47 

N B53 



H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 N M51 



5 P N M06 
5 P N M06 



5 P N M06 
5 P N M06 



1/07/1990 D 3 P U H45 



1 N S69 
1 P N B53 
1 P N S82 
1 N 382 
1 N B53 
4 E 
1 P N S82 



2 1/16/1990 B 1 P N 



8 P P 
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8 N 
1 N M51 
1 P N K65 
1 N S17 

3 P N 

8 P P T44 

4 P N 



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UPCHURCH GETS DEATH SENTENCE; SAYS fC'LL TAKE LIFE BY FASTING 

VALENTINE, I. T. "TIM" JR. (NASHVILLE) 

VALENTIIC SAYS HIS 'SENIORITY' GOOD REASON FOR RE-ELECTION 

MICHAUX, OT)€RS FILE FOR POSTS 

MlCWmX, OTHERS FILE FOR F'OSTS 

VALENTIhE: LOVIER TENSIONS MEAN LESS KFENSE SPENDING 

VALENTINE FILES, BEGINS CAMPAIGN FOR 5TH TERM 

Wi^TINE, PRICE KT Hia) MARKS 

VALVANO, JIM 

SHERIDAN PAID Hia€ST SALARY IN NC SYSTEM 

VANHORN, KEITH ROBERT (ARSm CHARI^S) 

mm GETS 12 YEARS, SUSF'ENDED, IN FIREBOMBING 

VAUGHAN, GARY THOMAS JR. (MWJDER CHARGE) 
SON CHARGED WITH KILLING FATHER 
SON CHARGED WITH KILLING FATHER 

VAUGHAN REQUESTS REDUCED CHAR13ES/S0N ACCUSED OF KILLING FATHER 
VAUGHAN 1ST DEGREE l«DER CHARGE DROPFOi 

VAUGHAN, GARY TW3MAS SR. (MUyjER VICTIM) 
SON CHARGED WITH KILLING FATHER 
SON CHARGED WITH KILLING FATHER 

VAUGHAN REQUESTS RERJCED CHARGES/SON ACCUSED OF KILLING FATHER 
VAUGttW 1ST I€GREE VURISR CHARGE DROPPED 

VERNON, MARY DR. 

DURHAM CANNOT WT«y) TO LOSE TEEN-LIW PR0GRW1 

VINE, RAYMOND LEE (DRUG OVERDOSE) 

DURHAM mt, 21 IS FOUND DEAD; BROTf€R CRITICAL 
OVERDOSE CAUSES PROBED/OF KJRHAM BROTHERS 
POLICE LOG/DETECTIVES HAVE SUSPECT IN STABBING 

VINE, WALTER Ifm (DECEASED) 

DUR-HAM MAN, 21 IS FOUND DEAD; BROTfCR CRITICAL 
OVERmSE CAUSES FTOBED/OF DURHAM BROT}ERS 
POLICE LOG/DETECTIVES WiVE SUSPECT IN STABBING 

VITALE, DICK (ESPN SPORTS COMMENT AT(») 
LOVE THOSE CAI€RON CRAZIES, BABY! 

VON STEIN, LEITH PETER (MURDER VICTIM) 

FORMER STUDENT AT N.C. STATE CONVICTED CF MURDER, BURGLARY 
UPCH»M:H gets death sentence; says >£'LL take LIFE BY FASTING 

WADDEU, aJILFORD T. Ill 

WADDELL aiENTS SEEK INSTITUTION 

UNC SEEKS TO FETURN WADDELL DONATIONS 

REVIVED WESTCOURT TO TARGET 'UF'SCALE' MARKET— DEVELOPER 

WADE, DENNIS JAMES (DRW3 CiWGE) 

POLICE IW/mSj POSSESSION CHARGE FILED 

WADE, ELLEN (APT. FIRE) ( INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE) 
POLICE PROBE CRIMINAL CHAR-GES IN WED. FIRt 
INVESTIGATION CONTINUES IN FIRE DEATH OF 2-YEAR-OLr 
CHARGES PENDING IN CHILU'S DEATH 
WOMAN SERVED WARRANTS 
2 WHO POLED GIRL FROM FIRE HONORED 

WADE, TIFFANY (SURVIVED HOUSE FIRE) (DECEASED) 
TODDLER SAVED FROM BLAZE 
2 WHO PULLED GIRL FROM FIRE HONORED 

WAINURIGHT, STEPtCN (ZOOLOGIST) 

DUKE SCIENTIST FLIPS OVER MARLIN'S AMAZING BACKBONE 



H 2 1/31/1990 A 1 N 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 1 



CHH 1 

cm 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



CHH 1 

cm 1 

CHH 2 



CHH 2 
CHH 1 

cm 1 

CHH 1 

cm 1 



cm 1 
cm 1 



1/17/1990 C 
1/17/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 
1/23/1990 B 
1/31/1990 C 



N 

N H65 
N E33 
N E33 
N L40 
N 



H 2 1/17/1990 D 3 N 
H 2 1/03/1990 D 8 N S82 



1/04/1990 A 
1/04/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 
1/31/1990 A 



1/04/1990 A 
1/04/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 
1/31/1990 A 



1/08/1990 B 
1/08/1990 A 
1/11/1990 C 



1/08/1990 B 
1/08/1990 A 
1/11/1990 C 



1/25/1990 B 
1/31/1990 A 



1/01/1990 A 
1/01/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 



1/05/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 
1/30/1990 A 



1/04/1990 A 
1/30/1990 A 



1 P N IC7 

1 P N M70 

1 P N H70 

1 P N M70 



1 P N W57 

1 P N M70 

1 P N M70 

1 P N M70 



H 2 1/08/1990 A 4 L 



1 N M51 
1 N 
1 N M51 



1 N M51 
1 N 
1 N M51 



H 2 1/28/1990 D 2 P P L38 



4 P N 
1 N 



1 P N M70 
1 N M70 
1 N M70 



cm 1 1/11/1990 A 8 N 



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



1 P N M70 
1 P N M70 



S 2 1/11/1990 C 1 N 



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WiXER LIVES UP TO HIS POTEhTTKy. 

WALKER, LEROY T. m. 

AL BlBi£R LliES NCAA TRACK TO DLIKE 

TRACK f€rr coulu be big win for WWf^ 

LET'S mi T}£ RACES fCRE 

WALKER, RUSSELL (SENATOR) 

h*M SAYS S>€ UILL STEP DOW 
PARTY TO PICK f£XT SENATOR 
WALKER TO SEEK 9TH TERM 
WALKER WPOSES WASTE FACILIH 

m±, t©«5Y (St«T IN BUTTOCKS) 

PtLICE LCH3/Wy€D ROBBERY XOIK AFTER O^ST OPENS APT. WDOR 

WARD, J. RA^axaJt^ 

m^ FILES FOR APPE/y.S COJRT RACE 

milHG, MICHELLE 
CENTER STA(£ 
COUNTY'S FIRST 1990 BABY, MOM BOTH DOING WELL AFTER EfB«£NCY CAESARIAN 

WARING, WALTER 
CENTER 3TA(£ 
COMY'S FIRST 1990 BABY, MOM BOTH DOING ;€LL AFTER EfCRGENCY CAESARIAN 

WASBELL, JOYCE 

REPUBLICAN JOYCE UASrCLL CANDIDATE FOR C0»1ISSICB€R 
REPUBLIC/W WASrai IN CtMIISSION RACE 

WASHINGTON, DWADY (ARSON CWrf«£S) 

IWMfW GETS 12 YEARS, SUSPEfffO, IN FIREBOMBING 

WASHINGTON, VALC«A 

DA CANIHIiATE'S ACCUSATIONS REFUTHi BY COURT RECORDS 
CWIO ,XJM£ ORICRS SMITH TO PAY $6,000 IN CHILCi SLiPFtlRT 

WASHINGTON, WALTER "WOfllAN" 

WITER 'WOJTttN' UASHHffiTON IN CONCERT 

WATKINS, (WUREU JACKSC»< (DECEASED) 

A.J. WATKINS aWffiSCW ^ i¥*RIA PAFJ1AM 

WATKINS, WILLIAM T. (ICCEASED) 

yWCE-GRAWILLE COmJNITY COLLEGE ENBOU€NT FUND EXCEEIS $500,000 

WATSOJ, DEWAYfC KEVIN (ASSAU.T CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/?«N ARRESTHi FCft ASSAU.TI/« TW£E (FFICERS 

WATSON, RODNEY (CHAFH. HILL FIREFKSITER) 
2 WHO PULLED GIRL FROM FIRE KONOREL 

WATTS, ANIRE 

CWyiN IS Sftms IN WAHS' HAND 

COMPELLING, STYLISH MfS. WATTS PLAYS 'fWSIC CF THE AfflSaS' 

l€AST, JERRY D. DR. 

WEAST SEEKS tl20 MILLION IN EONDS (CCTRECTED) 

tl20 MILLION PRIDPOSED FOR COMY SCWXL BUILHINGS 

CLARIFICATION 

SCHOOL a<S BUILDIf«3 PLAN 

COUNTY FACES BIG RESJESTS 

SYSTEM 'TAKING STEP'S' TO HANDLE COhfLAINTS 

STATE PRAISES DW<HAM SCHCXL PLAN 

ICAVER, CmRLES H. 

STATE PRAISES DURHAM SCHOOL FIAN 



S 2 
S 2 

H 2 



cm 1 

a* 1 

CHH 1 

cm 1 



H 2 
H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 1 

H 2 

cm 1 



S 
E 

—DATE — C 

1/13/1990 B 



1/16/1990 C 
1/17/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 



1/11/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 
1/30/1990 A 
1/31/1990 A 



1/17/1990 C 
1/31/1990 C 



1/02/1990 B 
1/03/1990 C 



1/02/1990 B 
1/03/1990 C 



1/24/1990 C 
1/24/1990 A 



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2 P N A76 



1 P U D18 
4 E 
4 E 



1 P N M25 
1 P N M25 
1 P N C^2 
3 P N M25 



1 P N 161 
5 N 



1 P P T37 
1 P N C60 



1 P P T77 
1 P N C60 



1 P N 
1 P N 



H 2 1/03/1990 D 8 N S82 



1/15/1990 A 
1/25/1990 B 



1/26/1990 D 
1/08/1990 B 
1/20/1990 C 
1/03/1990 C 
1/30/1990 A 



1/18/1990 A 
1/18/1990 B 



1/10/1990 A 
1/11/1990 C 
1/11/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 
1/16/1990 A 
1/19/1990 B 
1/27/1990 A 



4 L 
1 P N S82 



20 P P 

6 

1 C N H60 

1 P N ,n51 

1 P N H70 



6 P R L59 
12 R CSS 



1 N Yll 

1 N C47 

2 N 

1 M Yll 

4 E 

1 N Yll 

1 N Yll 



S 2 1/27/1990 A 1 N Yll 



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CHAMBER, i«MBER COMPANY SQUARE OFF 

lOB, MEN A 

COUNTRY aUB ICATHERED THE GREAT DEPRESSION 
DURHAM'S CARR HELPED FOUND FAI«US COASTAL RESORT 
SALTY LAU DEAN SH(KKED PIOUS DUKE, ATTACKED STATUS QUO 

WEEKS, JAfES EDWARD (W)I) 

ASSISTANT DISTRICT AHORtCY IN.M5ED IN ACCIICNT SUNDAY 
FACIf« DUI CHARGE, ASSISTANT D.A. RESIGNS 

UEEMS, RENITA DR. 

KING'S DAY CELEBRATION IS PLANICD 

UEIS, GAIL (ASSISTiWT D.A.) 

ASSISTANT D.A. SAYS FIGHTING FOR CHILDREN IS REWARDING 

WELTER, JOt*( 

DUKE chapel: a DIVIIC ALTER-NATIVE to LANDFILL? 
BY ANY 0Tf€R NA^E, T}£Y'RE STILL PERFUMES 
PERHAPS 'SOUTfCRN' MOSOUE WOULD FIT BETTER 
A QUIET WEEKEND AT T^£ BEACH 

WENGER, RALPH 

SURVEY COfMITTEE PREPARES PROPOSAL 

tWICHARD, WILLIS P. (JUDGE) 

WHICJWRD, BELL PLAN RE-ELECTION BIDS; MS. HERON, CARR FILE 

2 SEEK RE-ELECTION 

COMMISSIONER RECKHOW ^EKS SECOND TERM 

WHICKER, CURTIS RAY JR, (HILLSBOROUGH) (DECEASED) 

GRAyETTE ICARING EXPECTED WITHIN DAYS, D.A. SAYS 
COURT RELEASES CONFESSED KILLER 
VICTIMS' FAMILIES ANGRY AT DECISION 
FREED KILLER TO BE TREATO IN lOWAM 
FREED GRAVETTE NOT .AJST— FOX 

WHITE, ANTONIO NATHAN (Tt€FT CHARGE) 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN, T7, FATALLY INJURED CROSSING STREET 
POLICE LOG/DETECTIVES HAVE SUSPECT IN STABBING 

IWITE, ERIC (BUFJIED IN FIRE) 

FIRE RAZES FERRELL ROAD STORAGE SHED 

WITE, JESSE L. JR. (SOUTHERN (3?0WTH POLICIES BOARD) 
'THIhK TAf*;' DIRECTOR l«MED HARVARD FELLOW 

UHITE, JOSH JR. (MUSICI/W) 

JOHN FAHEY/XSH bWITE JR.-ONE ACT HITS, THE OTHER MISSES 

WHITE, NAT JR. (HAYTI DEVELOPMENT CORP.) 

CITY REJECTS LOAN, FAVORS LEASING hCRITAtX SQUARE 
COVERAGE STYMIES HAYTI 
NAT WHITE JR. A TCP FINALIST FOR VEm, POST 
miTE IN LI^E FOR iCU JOB IN TENNESSEE 

WHITE, NATWANia B. SR. (SERVICE PRINTING CO.) 
COVERAGE STYMIES HAYTI 

UHITE, TOM (DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE) 

INCREASING RATE OF RTP NEWCOMERS CHOOSING DURHAM HOMES 

WHITE, TOM S. JR. 

tCRALD CO. NAICS COLE AS DIRECTOR 

WHITMORE, MARY JACOBS DR. 

EXTENSION PRtJGRAMS TO AID EMPLOYEES AT HOME, WORK 



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H 2 1/31/1990 A 1 N S69 



S 2 
S 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



CHH 2 

cm 1 
m\ 1 
cm 1 



1/01/1990 C 
1/15/1990 C 
1/29/1990 C 



1/22/1990 B 
1/23/1990 B 



1/11/1990 B 



1/28/1990 A 



1/07/1990 A 
1/14/1990 A 
1/21/1990 A 
1/28/1990 A 



H 2 
S 2 
S 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 1 

S 2 

cm 1 



H 2 
H 2 



S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



1/10/1990 C 
1/10/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 



1/17/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 
1/20/1990 C 
1/21/1990 A 



1/10/1990 C 
1/11/1990 C 



1/11/1990 C 
1/17/1990 D 
1/16/1990 A 



1/05/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 
1/26/1990 C 



1/05/1990 A 
1/21/1990 B 
1/10/1990 A 
1/30/1990 C 



1 P V 
1 D U 
1 P U 



1 N M51 
1 N M51 



6 N 
1 P N S82 



4 U 

4 U 

4 U 

4 U 



cm 1 1/01/1990 A 1 N C62 



1 D N 369 
1 P N 
1 P N H65 



1 P N M70 
1 P N M70 
1 N W57 
1 P N 
3 P N W57 



1 P N M51 
1 N M51 



1 N 
9 N K65 
6 R H90 



1 N R63 
4 L 
1 P N S69 
1 N 



4 L 

1 N C60 

3 N 

1 N H65 



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MAN HELD IN HOCUTT RD. ROBBERY 

POLICE L(K/PinSK)RO KAN Qtf*:(SJ IN ROBBERY AT HOC IN HJmf^ 

twin, DON (CHATHAM COOTY SfCRIFF'S DEF'T.) 
F£ECE MAKES STATE SENATE BID OFFICIAL 

UILCER, L. Baxaj« (VIRGINIA) 

MA. INAU5W<AL SIGN Of KXmCRN ^£ALIMG 

WILIER, TTOMAS (CHILD MOLESTATION CHi^SE) 
yiLDER (SETS 15-YEAR TERM FOR ASSAIAT 
CHILL SEX CfFENSE ^£TS 15-YEAR TERM 

WILXER'SON, ROOSEVELT REV. 

LETTER T<«££TS BLACK LEAffiRS 
OFFICERS PATROL KING BAN(3LET 
POaCE PROBE LETTER PROPAGANDA LIfff: 

yiLLHOIT, MW 

AUTHtS^ITY OFTl ClfL CRITICIZES Iff CRmTION P-R'OCEIiUSES 
HACKNEY LETTER ANStER OK, PRESS LAWYER SAYS 
UILLHOIT (•mJES TAPING hWY 'CHILL' (XESTIWS 

WILLI(i«S, ETDIE (^iMER CHAR(£) 

FttlCE LOG/UCMAN STABBED TO I£ATH StMWY DURINffi ARIjLWNT 

MAN CHARGED UITH MURIO 

WOMAN DIED FROM WCXM) TO f€R ^£iWT 

WILLIAMS, GARY (COACH) 

GARY WILLIfVIS TO TAP TERPS' POTENTI/^.? 

WILLIAMS, (£[M3E (BASKETBALL COACH) 

WILLIAMS BUILDS HILLSIIC GIRLS INTO PAC-6 LEADER 

WILLIAMS, JOEL (D«DEN'S MOBILE WM. PffSO 

DEM RESORTS TO FIf£ AGAIfJST CARICNS Ol*ER 
I^ALTH (FFICIiy.S UR(£ IfCRf ASE i^ INSfECTICWS 
CARICNS h£I(jHBCRS GROW FRUSTRATED WITH CfFICI/^S 

WILLIAMS, JMm "RED" 

WILLIi:^ RECANTS, TO STAY ON COIWCIL 
WILLIAMS INTENDS TO FINISH TERM 

WILLIAMS, MICt€LLE I£NIC£ (DECEASED) 

POLICE LOG/UOM(W STABBED TO I£ATH SUNDAY DUR1W3 («(aji£NT 
}VH CHAR-GED WITH ^MiER 

w^m DIED nm iOMi to icr heart 

WILLIAMS, RONALD DAVID (IRUG CW>R(X) 

nOJNSHIfC, mXS LEAD TO («RESTS IN Ab^lAtCE 

WILLI/WS, SCOn (BASKETBALL) 

WiaiAMS ^CLPS hCELS SHAKE SLUMP 

WILSON, BARRY 

DU<E'S BARRY WILSON IS MYSTERY fWJ 
DLJ<E FCBDTBrtJ. GETS NEW STii«T IN 1990 

WILSON, K)B (HERALD W!ITER) 

HERALD INTRODUCES 'LWI'vERSIH PAGE' SECOND FRONT SIM^Y 
IVY TCWER 

WILSON, tWNA .^/VCTTE (IftUG, OTHER VARiaiS CHARGES) 
KLICE. L(X3/R£STAURANT DPLOYEES ROBE£D 

WILSW, ELIZABETH 

a;iENCE MIXES WITH AGRICLITURE IN f€W PRCSiAM AT .CRBW »lBi 

WILSON, JOHWY WAYfC (ROBBERY CHARGE) 

ESCAPED GRANVILLE P-RLSCNER STILL BEING StX^KT 



N E 

P D 

S 2 

H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



CW 1 
CW 1 
C* 1 



CW 1 

cm 1 

CHH 1 



H 2 
S 2 
£ 2 



S 2 



cm 2 
cm 2 
cm 2 



S 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 
S 2 



S 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 
S 2 



S 

E 
—DATE — C 

1/17/1990 C 
1/18/1990 C 



cm 1 1/04/1990 A 
cm 1 1/17/1990 A 



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-PG L P BYL 

1 N B53 

1 P N i-Sl 



3 P N M25 

4 E 



1/31/1990 A 
1/^1/1990 C 



1/13/1990 A 
1/15/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 



1/23/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/30/1990 A 



1/22/1990 B 
1/22/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 



1/12/1990 C 
1/24/1990 D 



1/07/1990 A 
1/07/1990 A 
1/C7/1990 A 



1/16/1990 A 
1/17/1990 C 



l/22/'1990 B 
1/22/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 



1/08/1990 B 
1/15/1990 D 



1/01/1990 D 
1/C8/199C A 



1/27/1990 C 
1/28/1990 C 



l/'30/1990 C 
1/03/1990 A 
1/26/1990 C 



6 N 
1 N 



1 N W57 
1 N M25 
3 N 



1 P N M25 
1 N M25 
1 P N M25 



1 N M51 
3 N 
3 N B53 



1 P U F25 
1 P N A76 



1 P N M20 

1 N M20 

2 P N M20 



1 N C61 

2 P N 



1 N (61 
3 N 
3 N B53 



7 N T33 

3 P U F25 



3 P U D18 

4 E 



1 N 
1 U 



1 N M51 
1 P N YU 
1 P N B53 



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1/31/1990 



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WILSW, PEGGY (ROCKINWAM CO.) 

AL/lMANCE COHHISSIONER SEEKS RE-ELECTION 

UILSON, yERNON F. "BW«Y" (ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES) 
GRANVILLE PRISOfCR ESCAPES IN DURHAM 
FaiCE LOG/PRISONER ESC/«^S IN DO(*ITOW 
ESCAPED GRANVILLE PRISONER STILL BEING SOJGHT 

Wlffi^, BRYAN (RALEIGH BANKER) 

RALEIGH BAM<ER TO RECEIVE (WRROI FROM ENGLISH DONOR 

mJF, BERT (FOOD CRITIC) 
THII«ING THIN 

UOLFE, JACK 

N.C, REP. MICHAUX FILES; STONE PLANS BID FOR SENATE 

kOLFF, MILES 

NO bill: JAPA^£SE GROJP INTERESTED IN DURHAM FRANCHISE 

UOMBLE, A.J. (UNC-CH POLICE OFFICER) 

UNC OFFICERS WIN PROMOTIONS, BACK PAY 

WOMBLE, UILLIAM DEVOIC (BREAKING AND ENTERING) 

TEEN ENTERS KJILTY PLEA IN ROBBERY OF PIZZA HUT 

ROBBER PAYS VICTIM FROM DAMAGES 

OTHER SETTLEfENTS DUE 

MAN WHO WON JAIL SUIT LOSES REST OF MONEY 

2 EX-WJRHAM INMATES SETTLE JAIL SUIT 

woorsoN, jm c. (wao robbery char(xs) 

MAN GETS 20 YEARS FOR ROBBERY, AHACK 
ROBBER PAYS VICTIM FROM DAMAGES 
OTHER SETTLDENTS WE 

URENN, ROLLAND 

F(K THESE 'O-D' CREATU^S, T\€1R HABITS DIE EVEN HARDER 
THEY DON'T CALL IT CATBRIER BECAUSE IT PURRS 
ROTTEN COLLARBS GET 1990 OFF TO A BAD START 
COMPARISON MIGHT OFFEND MAN'S BEST FRIEND 
COFFEE-SEX LINK CL(XJDS SUNNY hCfEFRONT 

WRIGHT, DICK (CHAMBER (F COmERCE PRESIDENT) 
EDUCATION IS WRmn'S TOP CONCERN 

WRIGHT, JACKSON T. 

WRIGHT, STO^E ENTER RACES 

INSURANCE EXECUTIVE WRIGHT ENTERS COMMISSIOfERS RACE 

WRIGHT, JW1E3 "SHORTY" (SHOOTING SUSPECT/DIED IN FIRE) 
A YEAR LATER, DEADLY QUEEN ST. FIRE STILL A MYSTERY 

WRIGHT, RONALD CECIL (SHOOTING CHAR(£) 

2ND Win IS CHARGED IN ASSAU.T ON OFFICERS 
POLICE LOG/MEN TURN SaVES IN 

UU, LAURENCE REGINALD DR. 

WOMAN WANTED CESAREAN BIRTH; ALLEGES TWO DOCTOR'S NEGLIGENT 



H 1 1/18/1990 C 1 N H60 



S 2 1/25/1990 B 
H 2 1/26/1990 C 
S 2 1/26/1990 C 



H 2 1/24/1990 B 

H 2 1/07/1990 E 

H 2 1/18/1990 C 

H 2 1/24/1990 D 

■ - CHH 1 1/17/1990 A 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



UYLIE, GEORGE JR. VR, 

CITY ASSISTA^fT SUPERINTENDENT WYLIE FINALIST FOR TOP ADMINISTRATIVE POST H 

SECRECY WON'T SOLVE AHENDANCE PROBLEM S 

DHS ATTENDANCE FIGURES DON'T ADD UP S 

WYNN, PHAIL JK, VR, 

OJRHAM TECH HITS RECORD EhTOLUCNT S 

YOU, KWAN-SA 

COURT REINSTATES FIRED ICCTOR'S SUIT AGAINST DUKE H 



1/03/1990 D 
1/05/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 
1/06/1990 B 
1/22/1990 A 



2 1/05/1990 C 
2 1/05/1990 A 
2 1/05/1990 A 



1/03/1990 
1/10/1990 
1/17/1990 
1/24/1990 
1/31/1990 



1/18/1990 A 
1/19/1990 C 



1/30/1990 C 
1/31/1990 C 



1/23/1990 B 
1/24/1990 A 
1/25/1990 A 



1/31/1990 C 
1/17/1990 C 



1 P N B53 
1 N N36 
1 P N B53 



4 P N 
1 P N S56 
1 P N S69 
1 P N M83 
1 P N S17 



8 N 

1 N B53 

1 N B53 

1 N S82 

1 N B53 



1 N B53 
1 N B53 



4 U 

4 U 

4 U 

4 U 

4 U 



S 2 1/03/1990 A 1 N £33 



1 P N H65 
1 D N 



H 2 1/15/1990 B 1 N iCl 



1 N B53 

1 N M51 



H 2 1/24/1990 C 1 N S32 



1 P N C47 
4 E 
1 N Yll 



1 P N E33 
1 N L40 



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YOIELL, ROBERT KLUTTZ DR, 

UOMAN WANTED CESffim BIRTH; ALLEGES TWD lOCTORS NEGLIGENT 

ElUmjS FELL TWfflUGH CRACKS, SfCRMAN SAYS 
FAVORITISM A PROBLEM, NOT R/ttISM, ZWIGA SAYS 



H 2 1/24/1990 C I N S82 



cm 1 
cm 1 



1/24/1990 A 1 P N S17 
1/24/1990 A 1 P N S17 



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AIDS 

SEE ACQUIRED IMMU^E DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 

AIDS COmJNITY RESIDENCE ASSXIATION 
SEE ALSO AIDS SERVICES PROJECT 

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

ACRA HOUSE REINFORCES LIFE FOR AKS-PATIENTS RESIDENTS 

ARC PATIENT SEES SO MUCH HE MUST DO 

TUGGING AT YOUR 'HEART STRINGS' 

AIDS SERVICES PROJECT 

SEE ALSO AIDS COMMUNITY RESIDENCE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, DURHAM CASES 
TUGGING AT YOIS? 'HEART STRINGS' 

AMTRAK 

SEE ALSO THE CAROLINIAN 

INSIGHT/FINALLY, AMTRAK MOVES IN RIGHT DIRECTION 

AMTRAK BACK ON TRACK TO DURHAM 

AMTRAK PLANS PASSENGER SERVICE TO DURHAM 

GEHING RAILROADED OUT OF TOWN 

DURHAM TRAIN STOP NEEDS WROVEMENTS 

AMTRAK WILL GO BANKRUPT IF BUSH BUDGET CUT APPROVED 

TRANSIT FUNDS CUT MAY DAMAGE ENVIRONMENT 

AZT (AZIDOTHYMIt€) 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 
HOSPITAL APPROVES AIDS DRUG PROGRAM 
NO DECLINE IN AZT SALES ANTICIPATED, SAY BURROUGHS WELLCOME OFFICIALS 

ABORTION 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

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

SEE ALSO ROE VS. WADE 

PRO-CHOICE CELEBRATION SET MONDAY 

UNBIASED POLLS SHOU MAJORITY UANT ABORTIONS TO BE RESTRICTED 

ABORTION, N.C. 

PRO-CHOICE CELEBRATION SET MONDAY 

1,000 ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTERS RALLY AT STATE CAPITOL 

ABUSEIi UOMEN 

SEE BATTERED UOMEN 

ACADEMIC FREEDOM 

TENURE RULING UPSETS DUKE OFFICIAL 

TENURE RULING UP-SETS DUKE OFFICIAL 

TEfWRE ANTI-CONFIDENTIALITY RULIfffi GETS MIXED REVIEWS IN DURHAM 

TENURE RULING IS WRONG 

ACADEMIC TENURE 

SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION 
JEmWE RULING UPSETS DUKE OFFICIAL 
TENURE RULING UPSETS WJKE OFFICIAL 

TENURE ANTI-CONFIDENTIALITY RIJLING GETS MIXED REVIEWS IN DURHAM 
TB'RJRE RULING IS WRONG 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, DURHAM (INCLUDES RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT) 
PLANE MAKES BELLY LANDING AT RDU 
CRASH LANDING 

ACCIDE^n^s, auto, chapel hill 

SEE ALSO ACCIIOITS, AUTO, ORANGE COUNTY 
ambulance collides with CAR, TRUCK 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, DUR'HAM 

see ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, DURHAM 



H 2 1/21/1990 B 
H 2 1/22.'1990 B 
H 2 1/25/1990 A 



CHH 1 

H 2 



1 P Q N36 
1 P Q N36 
6 P N S56 



H 2 1/25/1990 A 6 P N S56 



1/21/1990 D 
1/23/1990 A 
1/24/1990 C 
1/26/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 
1/29/1990 A 
1/31/1990 A 



1/09/1990 A 
1/19/1990 C 



2 1/25/1990 A 
2 1/25/1990 B 



CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 



1 D F 
1 P N C41 



N R63 
E 
E 
N C61 



1 N S17 
1 N r60 



H 2 1/21/1990 B 7 N W60 
S 2 1/30/1990 A 4 L 



H 2 1/21/1990 B 7 N U60 
H 2 l/22y'1990 B 1 N 



S 2 1/09/1990 A 1 N E33 

S 2 1/09/1990 A 1 N YU 

H 2 1/14/1990 B 1 N N36 

H 2 1/20/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/09/1990 A 1 N E33 

S 2 1/09/1990 A 1 N Yll 

H 2 1/14/1990 B 1 N N36 

H 2 1/20/1990 A 4 E 



1 P N 
1 P P 



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UEST aUB COaiSION 

WFfCK HURTS 2 ON MIAMI BLVD. 

TWO PEOFIE INJURED IN BUTNER CAR-TRUCK WRECK 

TWO-CAR COLLISION 

UEST MAIN WRECK 

ASSISTANT DISTRICT AHORNEY INJURED IN ACCKCNT SUNDAY 

ASSISTANT DA INJURED IN WRECK 

NO-PARKING_ZONE 

POLICE LOG/3 INJURED IN TR1JCK, CAR COLLISION 

ASSISTANT DA RESIGNS IN FACE OF tWI CHARISE 

WRECK TOTALS FtJRSCHE 

POLICE LOG/2 TRUCKS, CAR PILE UP AT 1-85 INTERSECTION 

CAR, TT^ACTOR-TRAILER TANGLE 

WOMAN CHARGED AFTER CAR aiPS 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ACCIIOrrS, auto, DUR'HAM 
SEE TRAFFIC DEATHS, DURHAM 

ACCireNTS, AUTO, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CHAPEL HILL 
FORMER MAYOR IN WRECK 



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H 


2 


1/02/1990 B 


5 P P T32 


S 


2 


1/02.'1990 B 


1 N 


H 


1 


1/03/1990 C 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


1/15/1990 B 


1 P P 


H 


2 


1/22/1990 B 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


1/22/1990 B 


1 N M51 


S 


9 


1/22.'1990 A 


8 N 


S 


n 


1/22/1990 C 


1 P P MO 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 N M51 


S 


n 


1/23/1990 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 C 


1 P P 


H 


n 


1/24/1990 C 


1 N M51 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 B 


1 P P C45 


H 


2 


1/29/1990 B 


2 N 



CHH 1 1/30/1990 A 1 P P L38 



ACCIDEfJTS, CHILDIO 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, GUNS 
CHILD MAY HAVE STARTED BLAZE 

ACCIDENTS, FIRES 
SEE FIRES, WJRHAM 

ACCIDENTS, GUNS 

SEE ACCirCNTS, SHOOTINGS 
SEE CHILDREN, GUNS 

ACCIDENTS, PEDESTRIAN 

POLICE LOG/2 MEN BEAT OWNER OF VILLAGE TV 

ACCIIOTS, SHOOTINGS 

SEE ALSO CHIUiREN, GUNS 
SEE ALSO SHOOTINGS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO SHOOTINGS, N.C. 
GUN-ALCOHOL MIX F'ROVES DEAIIY 

ACCIDENTS, TRACTOR-TRAILER 
SEE ACCIDENTS, TRUCKS 

ACCIDQ'JTS, TRUCKS 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS 
CAR, TRACTOR-TRAILER TANGLE 

ACID RAIN 

ACID RAIN THREATENS STATE FLOWER OF N.C. 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 
SEE ALSO AZT (AZIDOTHYMINE) 
SEE ALSO HIV VIRUS 

SEE ALSO SEXUALLY TRANSMIHED DISEASES 
SEE ALSO U.S. AIDS COMMISSIO^J 
NO INCLINE IN AZT SALES ANTICIPATED, SAY BURROUGHS WELLCOME OFFICIALS 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDTOME, DURHAM CASES 
SEE ALStl AIDS COMMUf^ITY RESIDENCE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO AIDS SERVICES PROJECT 

ACRA HOUSE REINFORCES LIFE FOR AIDS-PATIENTS RESIDENTS 

ARC PATIENT SEES SO MUCH HE MUST DO 

DURHAM COUNH DELAYS DRUG-IJSER'S' NEEDLE PLAN 

ACQUIRED IMMW^ DEFICIENCY SYNHROME, N.C. CASES 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. HOSPITALS, Air6 
DURHAM GETS AIDS GRANT FOR DRUG USERS 



CHH 1 1/06/1990 A 3 N 



H 2 1/21/1990 B 1 N M51 



H 2 1/28/1990 B 1 N M51 



1/28/1990 B 1 P K C45 



1/19/1990 C 



N C60 



H 2 1/21/1990 B 1 P Q N36 
H 2 1/22/1990 B 1 P Q N36 
S 2 1/31/1990 A 1 N H65 



S 2 1/19/1990 A 1 N H65 



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TUGGING AT YOUR 'HEART STRINGS' 

ACQUIRED IHMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, U.S. CASES 
MORE mmi SAID GEHING AIDS 

ADARON GROUP INC. 

ADARWS ABRAM DENIES INSIDE INFORMATION CHARGE 

ADDICTION 

SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
WOMEN FIGHTING ADDICTIONS TELL THEIR STORIES 

ADOLESCENCE, PREGNANCY 

SEE PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 

ADOPTION 

SEE ALSO FOSTER CARE 
SEE ALSO FRIENDS OF BLACK CHILDREN 
FAMILIES TO ADOPT BLACK CHILDREN AT PREMIUM 

ADULT EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM TECHNICAL CWfMUNITY COLLEGE, AULIT BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO HI6^ER EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATIWJ 
STUDDfTS UHO MAKE A DIFFERENCE 

ADVENT LUTHERAN CHURCH (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

SER'MONS IN SIGN LANGUAGE SPREAD WORD OF THE LORD 

ADVERTISI^«; COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

CHAMBER, MEMBER COMPANY SQUARE OFF 

ADVISORY BUDGET COIflllSSION 

SEE N.C. ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

AFRICAN-AMERICAN DANCE EfOEMBLE 

KWANZAA CELEBRATION BRINGS ARICAN DANCING TO DURHAM 
KUANZAA FESTIVAL, RECORD CROWD [iRUM IN NEW YEAR 

AGED 

SEE SENIOR CITIZENS 

AIRLINES, TAXES 

DON'T HIKE AIR TRAVEL TAX 

AIRPLANES, "NEAR MISSES" 
CRASH LANDING 

AIRPORTS, U.S. 

AIRPORT SHOULD BE SOLD TO PRIVATE INTERESTS-STUDY REPORTS 

AIRWAVES (COLUMN) 

COMICS RIDE RADIO 

WRDU, WFXC TIEi/STATIONS RATE 

WRDU, UQCK ARE THE OVERALL FAVORITES/ARBITRt)N RATINGS 

FATE Of CALL-IN SHOWS STILL UP IN THE AIR/CALLED OFF? 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIOfJS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 
ALAMANCE SHERIFF FILES FOR ELECTION, FACES GOP OPPOSITION 

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

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 
ALAMANCE COMMISSIONER SEEKS RE-ELECTION 

ALAMANCE COUNTY DISTRICT AHORNEY, ELECTIONS 
ALAMANCE COUNTY DA SEEhCING RE-ELECTION 



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H 2 


1/25/1990 A 


6 P N S56 


CHH 1 


1/18/1990 A 


3 N S17 


H 2 


1/11/1990 C 


7 N 


S 2 


1/08/1990 B 


1 D N S27 



S 2 1/27/1990 B 1 N H65 



H 


2 


1/28/1990 F 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 A 


1 N.S69 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



1/02/1990 B 
1/02/1990 B 



1 P N C47 
1 P N B71 



H 2 1/15/1990 A 4 E 



2 1/25/1990 B 1 P P 



H 2 1/31/1990 C 1 N K65 



1/05/1990 D 
1/12/1990 D 
1/19/1990 D 
1/26/1990 D 



21 U M60 

17 U M60 

20 P U M60 

4 P U M60 



H 1 1/05/1990 C 1 N H60 



H 


1 1/18/1990 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 1/03/1990 C 


1 


N R53 



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ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (FORMERLY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF ALAMANCE COUNTY) 
ALAMANCE HOSPITALS CURTAILING VISITS TO HELP' CONTROL FLU 

ALAMANCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (FORMERLY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF ALAMANCE COUNTY) 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 
ALAMANCE HOSPITALS CURTAILING VISITS TO Hap CONTROL FLU 

ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL, STUDENTS, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 
PUBLIC DRINKING NO L0M3ER 'COOL,' GROUP SAYS 

ALERT CABLE TV 

ALERT CABLE FOCUS OF HILLSBOROUGH COMPLAINTS 

ALERT CHECKING PROBLEMS 

GROUP UOULD FIELD CABLE COMPLAINTS 

ALL-TRIANGLE CONFERENCE BASEBAU 



H 1 


1/23/1990 B 


1 


N H60 


H 1 


l/23/l'?90 B 


1 


N Hi60 


3 2 


1/23/1990 A 


5 


N 


CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 


1/12/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 
1/22/1990 A 


1 

3 

1 


N y57 
N 
P N U57 



ALLENTON, INC. 

SEE ALSO J.R.H. PROPERTIES INC. 

SEE ALSt3 SPELL MANAGEMENT INC. 
EX-MAYOR BUYS REAL ESTATE DIVISION 
SPEa BUYS ALLENTON SUBSIDI(«Y 

ALLENTON REALTY AND INSURANCE CO. 

UNIVERSITY TOIER IS STILL 75X LEASED 

ALUMINUM RECYCLING 
SEE RECYCLING 



ALWAYS (FILM) 
SPIELBERG 



'SCHLOCK' CRASHES AND BURNS/ 'ALWAYS' 



AMERICAN CAffftIS 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., BUILDING 
DUKI GETS A PEEK AT PROJECT'S F^P'OGRESS 
AMERICAN CAMPUS/PLAN UNVEILED FOR DOWNTOWN 
PART OF AMERICAN COMF'LEX TO OFOI IN 1991 
GLAXO CHANGES MIND ON PLANT 
THE STADIUM'S URGENCY 
MUSEUM'S lOWNTOWN EXPANSION NOT AFFECTED BY GLAXO'S DECISION 

AMERICAN CANCER SKIETY 

CHARITABLE ORIGAN I ZAT IONS FIND TRIANGLE RESIDENTS GENEROUS GIVERS 

AMERICAN EAGLE 

PLANE MAKES BELLY LANDING AT RDU 
CRASH LANDING 

AMERICAN GENERAL INVESTMOfT CORP. 
AMERICAN GENERAL NAMES MANAGER 

AMERICAN RED CROSS. CAROLINAS REGION 
RED CR^OSS NEEDS MORE BLOOD 

UNC HOSPITALS ON SCHEDULE DESPITE BLOOD SHORTAGE 
BLOOD DONATIONS ARE NEEDED 

AMERICAN RED CRUSS, CENTRAL N.C. CHAPTER' (DURHAM AND GRANVILLE CO. MERGE) 
RED CR1DSS RAISED $11,200 Of^ HOF'E HOUSE TOURS 

AMERICAN RED CROSS, DURHAM COUNTY (MERGED INTO AM. RED CROSS, CEN. N.C. CH.) 
RED CROSS SEEKS UEEK;END DONATIOhJS 

AMERICAN RO CROSS, ORANGE COUNTY 
ALLEVIATING THE SHORTAGE 



S 2 1/02/1990 A 1 N E33 
3 2 1/03/1990 C 1 N E33 

S 2 1/05/1990 A 1 P N E33 



H 2 1/05/1990 D 15 P R 392 



H 2 1/18/1990 A 1 M N ^J36 

H 2 1/18/1990 C 7 P P T37 

S 2 1/18/1990 A 3 N 

H 2 1/23/1990 A 1 M N R63 

H 2 1/24/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/24/1990 D 9 P N CiO 



H 2 1/17/1990 C 1 N K65 



H 2 1/25/1990 A 1 P N 
S 2 1/25/1990 B 1 P P 



H 2 1/18/1990 B 5 P N 



H 2 1/09/1990 B 1 N CiO 
CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 3 N 317 
H 2 1/11/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/18/1990 C 6 N 
H 2 1/13/1990 C 1 N 
CHH 1 1/11/1990 A 3 P P C45 



AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAF'H CO. 



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SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, U.S. 
ATiT GIVES DUKE $257,570 FOR SEMICQNDIXTOR RESEARCH 
PHONE FAILURE CUTS BUSINESS "LIFELINE' 
ATiT BLAMES COMPUTER FOR 1-DAY SERVICE OUTAGE 

AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., BUILDING 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN CAMPUS 
DLIKE GETS A PEEK AT PROJECT'S PROGRESS 
AMERICAN CA^ff■US/PLAN UNVEILED FOR DOWNTOWN 
PART OF AMERICAN COMPLEX TO OF'EN IN 1991 
GLAXO CHANGES MIND ON PLANT 
THE STADIUM'S URGENCY 

ANGIER DUKE GYMNASIUM 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CAMERON STADIUM 

Af'ffiLICANS 

SEE EPISCOPALIANS 

ANIMAL CONTROL 

SEE DOG CONTROL (INCLUDES CATS AND OTHER ANIMALS) 

ANIMAL PROTECTION StTCIEH 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY ANIMAL PR-OTECTION SOCIETY AND SHELTER 
ANIMAL SHELTER TO OPERATE SHELTER 
PROTECTION SOCIETY WANTS TO OPERATE ANIMAL SHELTER 
APS TELLS YOUNG HOW TO TAKE THE BITE OUT OF DOGS 

ANIMAL RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 
THE ANIMAL RIGHTS TERRORISTS 

ANIMALS, COffTROL OF 

SEE DOG CONTROL (INaUDES CATS AND OTHER ANIMALS) 

ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO ANIMAL RIGHTS 
SEE ALSO ANIMALS, MEDICAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 

OUNER FACES CRUELTY CHARGE 

POLICE LOG/2 MEN BEAT OWNER OF VILLAGE TV 

ANIMALS, MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 
THE ANIMAL RIGHTS TERRORISTS 

ANTI-ABORTION GROUPS 
SEE ABORTION 

ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

SEE TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CWAIGN 

AF'ARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 
DURWiM TAX AWARD NETS 194 APARTMENTS 
FRANKLIN, PERSON LOSE AID 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV. 

OFFICIALS rCFEND HIRING OF HUNT 

AQUACULTURE 

VANCE NATIVE NAMED TO AGRICULTURE POST 

ARBITRON 

URDU, WQCK ARE THE OVERALL FAVORITES/ ARBITRON RATINGS 



H 2 1/03/1990 C 
3 2 1/16/1990 B 
H 2 1/17/1990 A 



1/18/1990 A 
1/18/1990 C 
1/13/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/24/1990 A 



4 N 
1 P N 
1 N 



1 M N N36 
7 P P T37 

3 N 

1 M N R63 

4 E 



S 2 1/24/1990 A 1 N H65 
H 2 1/26/1990 C 2 N 
CHH 1 1/28/1990 A 3 P N C62 



H 2 1/02/1990 A 



CHH 2 1/05/1990 A 3 P N S17 
H 2 1/21/1990 B 1 N M51 



H 2 1/02/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/11/1990 A 1 N E33 
S 2 1/11/1990 A 1 N 



CHH 1 1/04/1990 A 1 N M25 
H 1 1/13/1990 C 1 N H60 
H 2 1/19/1990 D 20 P U M60 



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SEE (y.SO ROBBERY, IXJRHAM 
MAf^ GETS 20 YEARS FOR RIJEBERY, AHACK 
ROBBER PAYS VICTIM FRCH DAMAGES 
OTHER SETTLEfOTS DUE 

MAN CHAR-GED WITH HOLDIhrtj, ASSAULTING WOMAN FOR 2 DAYS 
POLICE LOG/MAN CHAR15ED IN 3 ROBBERIES 
BAKER ARRESTED FOR' 3 HOLW^-S 
POLICE LOG/FOUR CHARGED WITH ROBBERY IN CREEIiMOOR 
POLICE LOG/ARMED ROBBERY OCCURS AFTER GUEST Of'ENS APT. DOOR 
ESCAPED GRANUILLE PRISONER STILL BEING SCMJHT 
FaiCE LOG/MAN ARRESTEB IN PIZZA HUT SHOOTING 
SECOND MAN IS ARRESTED FOR SHOOTING AT PIZZA HUT 
CRIiCSTOfftR-S SEEKS HELP ON R'OBBERY 

AROUND TOIS^ (CWlPEL HILL HERALB COLUMN) 
FAMILY, FRIEffliS BRING IN THE NEU YEAR 
CHAPEL HILLIANS HONOR 'FEAST OF THE THREE KINGS' 
VISITOR FR-OM DOMINICAN REPUBLIC SHARES POLITICAL VIEWS 
VISIT TO UNDER-GROUNIi HOfE A LEARNING EXF'ERIENCE 

ARSON, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO FIREBOMBS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO FIRES, DURHAM 

ARSON SUSPECT 

ARSON SUSPECTED IN TI«EE FIRES AT VACANT, DOWTOUN TOUSES 

ARSON SUSF-ECTED IN DOWNTOW FIRES 

ARSONIST LIKELY CAUSE OF 13 FIRES WITHIN TWO DAYS 

SLiSF'ICIOUS FIRES END; AUTH3RITIES SEEK TED^ 

DURHAM MAN IS ARRESTED IN 1 OF 13 liOWNTOUN FIRES 

MAiN CHARGED IN 3 OF 13 WEEKEND FIRES 

HOMELESS MAN CHARGED UITH SETTING THREE FIRES 

2 EX-DURHAM ItWATES SETTLE JAIL SUIT 

ARSON, ORANGE COUNTY 

MISSING MAN FOMi AT SCENE OF BLAZE 

ART EXHIBITIONS, DURH<^ 

a-KE 'SmO' SERIES RESW€S ON FRIDAY WITH KRUGER EXHIBIT 

ART EXHIBITIONS, N.C. 

GLAXO TO FIM) BRITISH ART EXHIBIT 

ARTISTS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO EMERSING ARTISTS PROGRAM 
DLWAM GRANTS NURTURE EMERGING ARTISTS 

ARTS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. INSTITUTE OF T}€ ARTS 
SEE ^SO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO RtVIEWS, THEATER' 
SEE ALSO TRIAhai ARTS FUMJING CONSORTIUM 
FROM GRASS ROOTS TO AN ESTABLISHMENT 

ASBESTOS 

THORNBURG SUIT ADI«ESSES ISSUE OF ASBESTOS IN F'UBLIC BUILDINGS 

ASF+IALT 

CAfJ ASF-HALT CURE THE TRAFFIC PROBLEM? 

ASSAULTS, CHAF'EL HILL 

SUSF-ECT IN LOCAL RAPES CHAR-GED 
POLICE LOG/CHARSES FOLLOW ACCIDENT 

ASSAULTS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 
POLICE LOG/GALLERY IN BRIGHTLEAF IS ROBBED 
POLICE LOG/THIEVES ROB BROUNSTONES INN SUNDAY NIGHT 
POLICE LOG/COfWENIENCE STORE BREAK-IN SUSF€CT HELD 
PaiCE LOG/WOMAN, 77, FATALLY INJURED CROSSING STR'EET 
POLICE LOG/ICE CREAM STORE ROBBQ 



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1/05/1990 C 
1/05/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 
1/08/1990 C 
1/09/1990 B 



2 1/09/1990 A 14 



1/15/1990 B 
1/17/1990 C 
1/26/1990 C 
1/27/1990 C 
1/27/1990 B 
1/29/1990 B 



1 

1 P 
1 P 
1 
1 



N 

N B53 
N B53 
N B53 
N 
N 
N 

N M51 
N B53 
N C47 
N B53 
N 



cm 2 1/07/1990 A 7 U 

CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 7 U 

CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 7 U 

CHH 1 1/28/1990 A 12 U 



1/12,''1990 C 
1/13/1990 C 
1/13/1990 C 
1/14/1990 B 
1/15/1990 C 
1/16/1990 A 
1/17/1990 C 
1/17/1990 C 
1/22/1990 A 



2 1/18/1990 A 



3 D N 

1 P N C47 

1 N 
N M51 
N B53 
N S53 
N M51 
N B53 
N B53 



CHH 1 1/16/1990 A 3 P N W5 
H 2 1/07/1990 E 



7 p N nso 

1 P N B71 



S 2 1/05/1990 B 1 P N B71 

H 2 1/21/1990 E 1 P N ZU 

H 2 L'31/l-?90 D 4 N 

CHH 2 1/05/1990 A 4 E 



CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 1 N M70 
CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 8 N 



H 2 1/01/1990 C 1 N 

H 2 1/02/1990 B 1 P N 

H 2 1/06/1990 B 1 N 

H 2 1/10/1990 C 1 P N M51 

H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 N M51 



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POLICE LOG/MAN INJURED IN ROBBERY TRY 
FiJLICE LOG/2 MEN BEAT OUNER OF VILLAGE TV 
REPORT SAYS ^WN ASSAULTB BY TWO WOMEN 

ASSAULTS, ORANGE COUNTY 

LOCii^ MAN SENTENCEri FOR ASSAULT 

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY ICPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

ASSOCIATED PRESS 

SEE ALSO NEUSPAPERS, U.S. 
NCPA NEWSPAPER INSTITUTE OPENS TODAY IN DURHAM 

ASSOCIATED PRESS, COLLEGE FOOTBALL PaL 

FOOTBALL'S ANNUAL FARCE: WHO'S (REALLY) NO, 1? 

ASSOCIATED PRESS, CORRECTIONS 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
AP ACCOUNT HAD ERROR 

ASTROLOGY 

BULL CITY STAR MAN 

AT RANDOM (SUN SPORTS COLUMN) 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 

AT-RISK CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO POVERTY 

SEE ALSO UALLTCaJN EDUCATIONAL ADVANCEfENT CENTER 
A CHANCE FOR CHOICES 

ATHLETES, ACADEMIC STANDARDS 
SEE ALSO PROFflSITION 48 AND 42 
NCAA HAS AN OVERDUE REVOLT 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

NEW YEAR'S REVELERS RUN AMOK 

ATLANTA BRAVES 

SEE ALSO BASEBAa 
LIKE SMITH, YOUNG BRAVES MAKIfffi STRIDES 
BRAVES DUE GOOD YEAR 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERDCE 
ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM NAMED 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (ICN) 

UOLFPACK FACES CLEMSON IN ACC MATCHUP, DEVILS, TAR HEELS AT HOME 

YELLOW JACKETS' ANICRSON TRIPLES HIS PLEASURE AGAINST PITT 

DEVILS LOOK TO CONTINUE MASTERY OF CAVALIEF'Si DEACS, HEELS AT HOME 

ONE YEAR LATER, JUNIOR COLLEGE PLA'iERS DISAPPEARING IN ACC 

BLUE DEVILS, TERf'S TANGLE; HEELS HOPEFUL AGAINST VIRGINIA 

UNC'S SCHEDULE GETS TOP RANKIf^ AMONG ACC TEAMS 

URBAN CONNECTION^'ACC RAIDS BIG CITIES FOR POINT GUARDS 

USUALLY SEDATE TAR HEEL FANS SET HOME MARK 

ACC COACHES WITHHOLD SUPPORT OF NEW RULES 

DEACONS FACE HOT HEELS; BLUE DEVILS VISIT INDIANS 

LIKE 'EM OR NOT' LATE GAMES HERE TO STAY 

EXTRA play: ACC OVERTIME ABUNDANT 

ACC TO OFFER 'SUPER' WEEKEND 

RULES, NOT MEDIA PRESSURE, GAVE UNC'S HARRIS FIRST START 

ATLAfiTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (WOMEN) 

DUKE FRESHMAN MCDONALD BOMBING AWAY FOR BLUE DEVILS 
WOLFPACK, WAHOOS PACE WOMEN'S RACE 



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1/20/1990 C 1 N R63 
1/21/1990 B 1 N M51 
1/27/1990 B 1 N C61 



CHH 1 1/18/1990 A 3 N 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



1/18/1990 A 1 N 369 
1/03/1990 D 1 P U L22 



1/06/1990 A 2 
1/26/1990 A 2 
1/30/1990 A 4 



H 2 1/30/1990 A 



H S56 



S 2 1/10/1990 D 1 U D18 
S 2 1/17/1990 D 1 U D18 
S 2 1/31/1990 D 1 U D18 



s 


2 


1/20/1990 C 


1 P N Yll 


H 


2 


1/13/1990 A 


4 


E 


CHH 1 


1/03/1990 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


1/16/1990 B 


1 


P U M88 


S 


2 


1/16/1990 C 


3 


P N P52 


H 


9 


1/31/1990 D 


2 


N 


H 


9 


1/03/1990 D 


1 


N L22 


H 


2 


1/04/1990 B 


1 


P U 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


9 


N L22 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 B 


1 


P N 


H 


2 


1/13/1990 D 


1 


N M88 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 C 


9 


U M88 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 


P N 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


9 


U L22 


H 


9 


1/21/1990 C 


3 


N L22 


H 


2 


1/22/1990 B 


T 


P N M88 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 D 


1 


N L22 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/26/1990 B 


1 


D N F25 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 D 


2 


P U M88 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


2 


U F95 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 D 


2 


U F95 



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ATLA^frIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 
OK, DEAN; STOP ALL THE WHINING 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, FOOTBAU 
ACC STUimiS IN BOWL GAt€S 
UILSON INVITES SLAYDEN TO SPRING PRACTICE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

SEE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (WO^el) 

THE ATLANTIC HOTa (MOREHEAD CITY, N.C.) 

rilR-HAM'S CARR HELPED FOUND FAMOUS COASTAL RESORT 

AUTHORS 

see writers, n.c. 

alito industry 
see also general motors 
accord: metaftor for the 'sos 

auto insurance rates 

consumer's are tfc ones who benefit 

autos (see also names of specific autos and auto manufacturers) 
see also general motor's 

SEE ALSO HiniNG THE ROAD (CaUMN) 
HiniNG THE ROAD 
HiniNG THE RWD 
HITTING THE ROAD 
HITTING THE ROAD 

AUTOS, BREAKING AND ENTERING 

SEE BR'EAKING AND ENTERING, AUTOS 

AUTOS, ELECTRIC 
SEE ELECTRIC CARS 

AUTOS. RECALL 

SEE AUTOS (SEE ALSO ^JA«ES OF SFtCIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
SEE GENERAL MOTORS 



autos, sales 

accord; metaf-hor for the 



'80S 



AUTOS, THEFTS 

POLICE LOG/GALLERY IN BRIGHTLEAF IS ROBBED 

POLICE LOG/ CHASE TOPS 80 MPH; DRIVER FLEES 

CAR THEFTS, DWI NET 5- YEAR PRISON TERM 

POLICE LOG/2 TRUCKS, CAR PILE UF' AT 1-85 INTERSECTIOf^ 

POLICE LOG/CROWN MANAGER CHARGED AFTER ROBBERY REPORT 

AWAFUS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO J.C. F-ENNEY GOLDEN RULE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO RECORDS AND FIRSTS 

SEE ALSO SAFETY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS 

SEE ALSO SCHOLAR'SHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 

SEE ALSO SUF'ERINTENDENT OF T>E YEAR AWARD 

SEE ALSt) UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAF'EL HILL, AWARDS 
DURHAM HIGH AWARDS 

2 DURHAM BUILDERS SHARt ASSOCIATION'S TOP AWARD 
GOV, JIM MARTIN TO RECEIVE GARY'S EXCaLENCE AWARD 

B72.3 

PANEL CLEARS DUKE CANCER TEST RESEARCHER OF FRAUD 

BFI WASTE SYSTEMS 

SEE BROWNING FERRIS INDUSTRIES INC. 



H 2 1/30/1990 B 1 U M88 



S 2 1/03/1990 D 1 U D18 
H 2 1/21/1990 C 2 U C49 



S 2 1/15/1990 C 1 D U 

H 2 1/14/1990 D 4 E 
CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/04/1990 D 1 U F65 

H 2 1/11/1990 D 1 U F65 

H 2 1/18/1990 D 1 U F65 

H 2 1/25/1990 D 1 U F65 



H 2 1/14/1990 D 4 



H 


9 


1/01/1990 C 


1 


N 


H 


n 


1/08/1990 B 


1 


N 


H 


9 


1/23/1990 B 


8 


N 


H 


9 


1/24/1990 C 


I 


N M51 


H 


9 


1/28/1990 B 


1 


N M51 



S 2 1/13/1990 A 10 P P 
H 2 1/17/1990 D 4 P H 
H 2 1/24/1990 C 2 N 



M66 



H 2 1/17/1990 A 



N N36 



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PRIVACY IMPORTA^f^ TO EAGLES' SURVIVAL 

BAD CHECKS 

STATE SHOULD THROW BOOK AT TAX-CHEATERS 

BALANCED GROWTH 
SEE ECONOMY, N.C. 

BALD EAGLE 
SEE EAGLES 

BANK DEPOSITS 



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2 1/13/1990 A 

2 1/19/1990 A 



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BANK ^fERGERS 

SEE MERGER'S AND TAKEOVERS 

BANKING REGULATIONS 

N.C. REVAMF- OF RAPID TAX REFUNDS URISED 

BANKRUPTCY 

SEE ALSO CHAPTER 11 (BANKRUPTCY) 
COVERAGE STYMIES HAYTI 
A 'DON'T WORRY' BANKRUPTCY 

BANKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 
2 DURHAM BANKS REPORT (SCORD YEARS 

BANKS, N.C. 

see also central carolina bank i trust co. 

see also first union national bank of n.c. (division of first union corp.) 

see also n.c. national bank 

see also fianter's national bank and trust co. (general heading) 

see also savings accounts 

see also wachovia mm and trust co. 

battle over consumer credit rates resumes 

n.c. revamp of rapid tax refunds urged 

charlohe sil's request for bahk status could become landmark decision 

baseball 
see also atlanta braves 
establishing control helps glavine reverse pitchi^«3 fortunes 
baseball's happening in durham 

baseball park, durwim 
see also durham bulls 
council oks buying ballpark site option 
city won't be stuck if car dealer closes 
legal snag untangled 

council scores big run for new baseball park 
county to ponder stadium bonds 
the stadium vote 

stadium bond issue may grow by $480,000 
commissioners set budget for new sports stadium 
county ok's budget boost for ballpark 
delays on stadium can be very expensh^ 
bulls: bargin renewal plan 

$11,28 million bond ORDER FOR NEW STADIUM APPROVED 

WITH OTHER NEHiS, PAYING FOR BASEBALL PARK ABSURD 

BOND ORDER AUTHORIZING $11,280,000 GENERAL OEIIGATION BONDS (NOTICE) 

$11.28 MILLION mm ISSUE FOCUS OF MONDAY'S HEARING 

COMMISSIONERS REJECT CRITICISM ON BOND PRIORITY 

COUNTY ADOPTS BALLPARK VOTE 

THE STADIWI'S URGENCY 

DURHAM BALLPARK BACKERS START CAMPAIGN 

SCHOOLS VS. STADIUM? 

VOTE FOR NEW STADIUM IMPORTANT TO DURHAM 



H 2 1/21/1990 A 1 N L40 



2 1/05/1990 A 4 L 
2 1/19/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/18/1990 C 1 N E33 



H 


2 


1/12/1990 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


7 


P U B40 


H 


2 


1/30/1990 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


1/03/1990 A 


1 


C N R63 


S 


2 


1/03/1990 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/04/1990 A 


4 


E 


S. 


2 


1/04/1990 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/05/1990 A 


1 


N H65 


H 


9 


1/06/1990 A 


4 


e 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


1 


P N S69 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 


N 369 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 


N H65 


S 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


4 


E 


H 





1/11/1990 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 C 


1 


P N 369 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 A 


4 


L 


H 


9 


1/17/1990 C 




N 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 


N 369 


S 


2 


1/23/1990 A 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/27/1990 A 


1 


N £33 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 F 


4 


E 


S 


9 


1/30/1990 A 


4 


E 



BASIC EDUCATION PR0GRW1 



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SEE SCHOOLS, N.C., REFORM 



BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO GIRLS' BASKETBALL (GDCRAL HEADHW) 

SEE ALSO F-REP TEAHS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNI£R INDiyiDUAL SCHOOLS) 

SEE ALSO YOljm SPORTS (ADOLESCENT SPORTS) 
POOR STARTS F'RWING BIG STUHBLING BLOCK FOR SLUGGISH HEELS H 2 1/07/1990 C 

'TIS THE SEASO^J FOR MEMORIES OF BREAK-INS, PLAY AT DRAFTY GYMS H 2 1/14/1990 B 
F-ERFECT FORM CHH 1 1/22/1990 A 



BASNIGHT LANE NEIGHBORHOOD (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
BASNIGHT LANE RESIDENTS DECRY CRIME THREAT 

BATTERED W3MEN 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURttW 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 
SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRICTURE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/ajRHAM COALITION FOR BATTERED WOMEN 
SEE ALSO PRO-ARREST POLICY 
■SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 
PROTECTION FOR BATTERED WOMEN CUTS TfROUGH RED TAPE 

BATTERY-OPERATED AUTOS 
SEE ELECTRIC CARS 

BEACHES, N.C. AND S.C. 

A QUIET WEEKEND AT T}€ BEACH 
COMFIETION OF 1-40 BOOST FOR BEACHGOER'S 

THE BEfCH MARK (DURHAM HERALD COLUMN) 

FIRST CITIZENS ANNOUNCES FtANS FOR NEW BUILDING 
MERRILL LYNCH REALTY NOW P-RKDENTIAL TRIANGLE REALTY 
PRICE OF MANUFACTURED HOMES ROSE ONLY SLIGHTY LAST YEAR 
GUIDE TO HELP' OWNERS SELL TVEIR OWN HOMES 

BETHESDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
BIG CROWD 
WANDERING EYES 

BETUETN DAYLIGHT AND BOOWILLE (PLAY) 

'EET-CEN DAYLIGHT m> BOOWILLE' IS POWEKfUL, HARROWING 
WAITING FOR DAYLIGHT, OR SOMETHIfffi 

BICYCLE LANES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORtI, N.C, BICYCLE ROUTES 
ORAfCE GETS FOURTH OF STATE BIKE FUt«i 
BIKE FUNDING GREAT, BUT IS IT FAIR'' 

BICYCLE RACES 

30 CYCLISTS, 40 WHEELS TURtJ OUT FOR BIATHLON 

BICYCLE TRIPS 
RAINY JAUffT 

THE BIG CLICK (BOOK AND PR'OJECT) 
'ALMOST FOREVER' 

THE BIG SWEEP 

SEE BEACHES, N.C. AND S.C. 

BILI^JGUAL EDUCATION 
■SEE FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

BILLBOARDS 

SEE ALSO SIGNS AND SYMPW-S 
NEW BILLBOARD RULES BIG BOOST FOR TREES 



CHH 1 1/28/1990 A 
S 2 1/31/1990 A 



P U MS8 

U N36 

P P T44 



cm 1 1/14/1990 A 3 N M25 



H 2 1/07/1990 B 1 N S82 



H 2 1/07/1990 F 1 D U 

H 2 1/14/1990 F 1 D U 

H 2 1/21/1990 F 1 D U 

H 2 1/28/1990 G 1 D U 



S 2 1/08/1990 C 2 P P KIO 
S 2 1/09/1990 B 1 P P K30 



S 2 1/17/1990 B 4 R B77 
H 2 1/18/1990 A A R U66 



CHH 1 1/02/1990 A 3 N M20 
CHH 1 1/04/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/30/1990 B 5 N .i06 
C-HH 1 1/01/1990 A 1 P P T44 
H 2 1/14/1990 D 3 P P 



S 2 1/09/1990 A 4 E 



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RIBBIT CAN BE DISSECTED WITH LITTLE MUSS OR FUSS 



BIRDS 

FIVE BIRIS m THIS LI^ElF 

BIRDWATCHERS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL BIRD CLUB 
HORE AND MORE ENTHUSIASTS KEEP EYE ON BIRDIE 

BLACK ARTS FESTIVAL 

SEX POLICE STILL ALIVE IN CONTEST 

BLACK CHILD DEVaOPMENT INSTITUTE, DURHAM D-IAPTER 
I^^STITUTE REACHES OUT TO BLACK CHILDREN 

BLACK-EYED PEAS 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
SEE ALSO mt YEAR'S DAY 
COLLARDS HERALD (MOD LUCK 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH (INaUDES BLACK HISTORY WEEK) 
BLACK NIRSES TO BE HONORED 

BLAi:k-OUNED BUSIfCSSES 

SEE ALSO MINORITY CONTRACTORS 
BLACKS CONTINUE TO IWEST IN DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION 

BLACK WOMEN ^„ 

ART BY BLACK N.C. WOMAN AT NCCU MUSEUM IN FEB. 

BLACKNALL ST. QHHOCEKf 

l<mm GROCERY Flfd BY USDA 

BLACKS, POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS AND POLITICIANS 
BLACK POLITICIANS TO BENEFIT FRIM BILL 
VA. INAUGURAL SIGN OF SOUTHERN HEALING 

BLACKS, SCIENTISTS 

SCIENTIFIC ARENA TO GCT MORE BLACKS 

BLACKS, SMOKING 

RJR SCRAPS TEST MARKmNG OF CIGARETTE AIMED AT BLACKS 
A TARGET TVWT FIRES BACK 

BLACKS, STUDENTS 

HJSTITUTE REACHES OUT TO BLACK CHILDREN „,„„,.. 

PUBLIC, F-RIVATE CAMPUSES IN STATE REPORT INCREASES IN BLACK STUDENTS 



BLIND 



IRATE PARENT SAYS SCHOOL SYSTEM IGfWRED REQUEST 
BLIND PUPIL'S MOTHER BLAST COUNTY SCHOOLS 
SYSTEM 'TAKING STEPS' TO HANDLE COMPLAINTS 

BLOOD 

UNC HOSPITALS ON SCHEDULE DESPITE BLOOD SHORTAGE 
BLOOD DOfJATIONS ARE NEEDED 

BLOOD liONORS 

BLOOD SHORTAGE CANCELS DUKE'S NON-EMERGENCY SURGERY 

R-ED CROSS NEEDS HORE BLOOD 

UNC HOSPITALS ON SCHEDULE DESPITE BLOOD SHORTAGE 

BLOOD DONATIONS ARE NEEDED 

ALLEVIATING THE SHORTAGE 

RED CROSS SEEKS WEEKEND DONATIONS 

BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD OF N.C. 

BLUE CROSS SEES BLACK INK fOR 1ST TIME SINCE '86 

BOARD OF CHARITIES AND PUBLIC WELFARE 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY DEF'T. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 



N E 
P D 

H 2 



S 

E 

—DATE — C 

1/06/1990 B 



H 2 1/25/1990 B 



3 2 
H 2 



CHH 1 
S 2 

H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



S 2 
CHH 1 



1/19/1990 A 
1/29/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 

1/01/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 

1/07/1990 D 
1/21/1990 E 
1/19/1990 B 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



CHH 1 
H 2 



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



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1 P N T33 
1 P P C45 

6 P F G59 

5 P U W66 

6 P N 659 

7 N 

4 L 

5 U 
9 N 

12 N 



1/09/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 



U Oil 
E 



H 2 1/19/1990 C 1 P N K65 



1/20/1990 A 
1/29/1990 A 



1/11/1990 A 
1/16/1990 C 



1/19/1990 C 
1/19/1990 B 
1/19/1990 B 



1/09/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 



1/06/1990 A 
1/09/1990 B 
1/09/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 
1/13/1990 C 



1 P N 

4 E 



6 P N 659 
1 N 



1 N 1J60 
1 N Yll 
1 N Yll. 



3 N S17 

4 E 



1 H C60 
1 N C60 

3 N 317 

4 E 

3 P P C45 
1 N 



S 2 1/04/1990 C 1 N 



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BOATS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM POWER SBUADR'ON 
SEE ALSO OUTDOOR EXFID 
SIDEWALK TURNED BEACH 

BOMBAY PALACE (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

TRY IT WHILE IT'S STILL AUTHBfflCALLY INDIAN 

BOMBINGS, U.S. 

njRTt€R SULLYING A BAD REPUTATION 

BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 

RALEIGH BANKER TO RECEIVE MARfiOW FROM ENaiSH MNOR 

BOOKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 
SEE ALSO IpKITERS, N.C. 
TIMBERLAKE VOLUME SHOWS 'THE WAY THINGS USED TO BE' 

BOOKS, REVIEWS 

SEE REVIEWS, BOOKS 

BOOTLEGGING 
SEE MOONSHINE 

BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY (FILM) 

TRIO'S FIRE FOR-GES A NOT-TO-BE-MISSEIi FILM/'BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY' 

BOULHER, CaORADO 

SFR;ING VISIT TO BOULDER DISCUSSED 

BOWL GAMES 

SEE COLLEGE BOILS 

BOWLING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM/ORANGE BOWLERS ASSOCIATION 
TOURNEY HONORS BOW.ER 

BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

BOWMAN GRAY TO BUY PIEDMONT PLAZA 

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA 

BOY SCOUT CHANGES IMPORTANT TO SURVIVAL 

BOYS' CLUB 

SEE JOHN AVERY BOYS' (m GIRLS' CLUB 

BOYS' CLUBS OF AMERICA 

SEE ALSO JOHN AVERY BOYS' AND GIRLS' CLUB 
BOYS aUB IS MISNOMER 

BRAN 

RESEARCHERS SCUHLE BRAN HYF'E 

BRANDENBURG GATE 

THE FtOPLE MERCIFULLY FREED 

BREAKING AND ENTERING (CRIME) 

POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED FOR ASSAULTING THREE OFFICERS 

MAN IhffilCTED IN STABBING 

POLICE ARREST 2 FOR MANY THEFTS 

TWO MEN ARRESTED, CHARGED IN MORE THAN 20 BR'EAK-INS 

CRIMESTOF'PERS SEEKS NEWS ON BIVINS ROAD INCIDENT 

BREAKING AWD ENTERING, AUTOS 

POLICE LOG/CONVENIENCE STORE BREAK-IN SUSPECT HELD 

POLICE ARREST 2 FOR MANY THEFTS 

TWO MEN ARRESTED, CHARIiED IN MORE THAN 20 BREAK-INS 



H 2 1/26/1990 C 2 P P L38 

H 2 1/05/1990 D 10 P R 052 

H 2 1/09/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/24/1990 B 4 P N 

H 2 1/07/1990 D 3 P U H45 



H 2 1/12/1990 D 15 P R S66 

CHH 1 1/24/1990 A 3 P N M70 

S 2 1/23/1990 D & N A76 

H 2 1/30/1990 A 3 N 

S 2 1/23/1990 A 4 E 

3 2 1/09/1990 B 5 P H A76 

H 2 1/20/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/14/1990 D 2 P U H49 



H 2 1/03/1990 C 1 P N M51 

CHH 1 1/11/1990 A 3 N W57 

S 2 1/17/1990 A 1 N B53 

H 2 1/18/1990 C 1 P N M51 

H 2 1/22/1990 B 5 N 



H 2 1/06/1990 B 1 N 
S 2 1/17/1990 A 1 N B53 
H 2 l/lS/1990 C 1 P N M51 



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U.S. GROUP CITES DUWAM BUILICR FOR ICVELOPIMG AFFORBABLE HOUSING 

THE BROUNESTONE INN (FORtCRLY HILTON INN) 

POLICE LOG/THIEVES ROB Bfi'OUNSTONES INN SUNDAY NIGHT 

BROUNI^JG FERRIS INDUSTRIES INC. 

BFI PROPOSES BUILDING, RUWING COUNTY LANDFILL 
DURHAM MAY DELAY BOND REFERENDUM 

BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., CONTRACT BIDDING 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MINORITY CONTRACTOR'S 
PANEL UILL STUDY HOMEOWNER'S' COMPLAINTS ABOUT PROTECTION 

BUILDIfW PERMITS, DURHAM 

DURHAM TOPS STATE IN NOV. CONSTRUCTION 

BUILDING PERMITS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 
SEE ALSO SPECIAL USE PER'MIT 
DURHAM TOPS STATE IN NOV. CONSTRUCTION 

BUILDING PERMITS, ORANGE COUNTY 

FEW CAN AFFORD (CW HOME, STUDY SHOWS 

BULL CITY BICYCLES 

30 CYCLISTS, 60 WHEELS TURW OUT FOR BIATHLON 

BULL DURHAM (FILM) 

NO bull; JAPA^ESE GROUP INTERESTED IN DURHAM FRANCHISE 

BURGLARY 

SEE ROBBERY, DURHAM 

BURROUGHS WEUCOME 

SPACE TESTS ON AIDS VIRUS MAY YIELD DR-UGS 

NO DECLINE IN AZT SALES ANTICIPATED, SAY BURROUGHS WELLCOME OFFICIALS 

BUS DRIVERS 

SEE DURHAM, N.C, BUSES 

BUSES, DURHAM 

SEE DURHAM, N.C, BUSES 

BUSINESS EXECUTIVES 

PROJECTED HIRING INCREASES STEADY IN S. ATLANTIC REGION 

BUSINESS INCUBATORS 

SEE SMiUl BUSINESS INCUBATOR 

BUSINESSES, BLACK-OWNED 

SEE BLACK-OW^ED BUSINESSES 

BUSINESSES, CHAPEL Hia 

SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BUSINESSES 

BUSINESSES, WJRHAM 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

ENTREF'RENEUR BIOLOGIST STARTS CONDOMS BY MAIL BUSI^JESS IN TRIANGLE 

RETAIL SALES JUMP IN SEPTEMBER 

BUSINESStCN SAY EDUCATION SHOIXD HAVE PRIORITY IN STATE 

MARCUSON NEW F'RESIDENT OF EMBREX 

COMPANY PLANS TO STOP USING TOXIC CHEMICAL 

FORM WILL SHOW IF TAXES OWED ON SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS 

PUBLISHING CO. PRESIDENT WILL SPEAK AT DUKE 



N E 
P D 



S 2 



S 2 
H 2 



S 

E 

—DATE — C 

1/29/1990 C 



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2 1/02/1990 B 1 P N 



1/26/1990 C 
1/26/1990 A 



1 N R63 
1 N C61 



H 


2 


1/25/1990 A 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/25/1990 A 


1 N £6i 


3 


2 


1/25/1990 A 


1 N E33 


CHH 


1 


1/26/1990 A 


1 C N M20 


S 


2 


1/30/1990 B 


5 N M06 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 D 


1 P N M83 



1/11/1990 B 
1/19/1990 C 



6 N 
1 N C60 



H 2 1/28/1990 B 10 N 



H 


2 


1/04/1990 C 


3 P N K65 


S 


2 


1/13/1990 A 


3 N 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 D 


6 N 


S 


2 


1/15/1990 B 


6 N 


s 


2 


1/20/1990 C 


5 N 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 D 


6 U 


s 


2 


1/27/1990 A 


9 N 



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FIRM LEAVES DOUNTOUN FOR CHAF'EL HILL BLVD. SITE 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, SCHOOL SUFTORT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM PUBLIC EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS 
F-UBLIC EKJCATIOfJ PARTNERSHIPS PICKS EF'A FIRST 
PUBLIC EHJCATION FUND HAS DYNAMIC GRCUTH IN 4 YEARS 

BLtSINESSES, WJRHAM, SMOKING 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAKPAIGN 
^«3-SM0KI^ffi ISSUE TABLED 

BUTNER FUWNIN6 COWISSION 

INTERtSOVERNMENTAL COUNCIL PROPOSED IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

CHAPS CENTER 

SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
WOMEN FIGHTING ADDICTIONS TELL THEIR STORIES 

CAESAREAN BIRTHS 

SEE CESAREAN SECTIONS 

CALVERT SCHOOL 

SEE DURHAM ACADEMY 

CA^P DRESSER 4 MCKEE 

FIRM PENS DEFEfJSE OF FINDINGS ON UNIVER-SITY LAKE FTOTECTION 
WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS A POLITICAL DECISION, BILLIN6SLEY SAYS 

CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

SEE POLITICAL CAIfl^'AIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

CAMPEAU CmP. 

A 'DON'T WORRY' BANKRUPTCY 

CAPITAL GAINS TAXES 

REP. PRICE SAYS VE COULD SUPF'ORT 'REASONABLE' CAPITAL GAINS TAX CUT 

CAPITAL WROVEherr PROGRAM, DURHAM (CIP) 
SCHCXX. PLANS NEED REVIEW 

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

SEE DEATH SENTBCES, N.C. 

CAR BOMBS 

SEE TERRORISM 

CARCn«GB« 

OFFICIALS REF'ORT MILK SUPPLY IN N.C. IS SAFE 

GARDEN'S MOBILE HOME PARK (DURHAM CO.) (FORMERLY GARDEN'S TRAILER PARK) 
l& RESORTS TO FINE AGAINST GARDENS OWNER' 
HEALTH OFFICIALS URGE INCREASE OF INSPECTIO^JS 
GARDENS NEIGHBORS GROW FRUSTRATED WITH OFFICIALS 
GARDENS RtFART REQUESTED 

GARDEN'S TRAILER PARK (IllRHAM CO.) (CHANGED TO GARDEN'S MOBILE HOME PARK) 
DEM RESORTS TO FINE AGAINST GARDENS OWNER 
HEALTH OFFICIALS URGE INCREASE OF INSFECTiaNS 
CARr£NS NEIGHBORS GROW FRUSTRATED WITH OFFICIALS 

CARMINA BURANA 

'CARMINA BURANA' CENTERPIECE IN CDNTEMF-QRAR'Y ARTS FESTIVAL 

CARNIVORE PRESERVATION TRUST 

HOPE FOR THE CATS IN CHATHAM 

CAROLINA DINING SERVICES 

CHECKER'S PIZZA CLOSES ITS DOORS AFTER LOSING BID ON UNC CONTRACT 



J E C T S 



S 

N E E 
P D — DATE — C 

S 2 1/06/1990 C 



H 2 1/21/1990 B 
H 2 1/28/1990 B 



H 2 1/09/1990 B 
H 1 1/20/1990 C 



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1 N y60 
1 P N N36 



1 N R63 
1 N 133 



S 2 1/08/1990 B 1 D N 327 



CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/31/1990 A 



H 2 1/19/1990 A 
H 2 1/20/1990 C 
H 2 1/26/1990 A 



CHH 2 
CHH 2 
CHH 2 
CHH 1 



CHH 2 
CHH 2 
CHH 2 



H 2 

CHH 2 
CHH 1 



1/07/1990 A 
1/07/1990 A 
1/07/1990 A 
1/11/1990 A 



1/07/1990 A 
1/07/1990 A 
1/07/1990 A 



1/07/1990 E 
1/05/1990 A 
1/22/1990 A 



3 P N M25 
1 N M20 



4 E 
1 N L40 
4 E 



H 2 1/04/1990 C 1 P N C60 



1 P N M20 

1 N M20 

2 P N M20 

3 N 



1 P N M20 

1 N H20 

2 P N M20 



8 N 
1 P N D38 
3 N W57 



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CAROLINA GODIVA TRACK aUB 

SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 
NEU YEAR'S DAY RACE BECOMING DURHAM TRADITION 

CAROLINA HOSPITAL ALCOHOLISM PROGRAM SERVICES 
SEE CH^S CENTER 

CAROLINA MOTOR CLUB _ ^ 

BIHER COLD, REFI^£RY WOES LIFT GASOLINE FfilCES HIGHER 
DIESEL PRICE HIKE SAID HIGHEST EVER 

CAROLINA POUER AND LIGHT CO, 
CPiL TO TEST ITS 79 SIRENS 
NRC ADDS 50 PERCENT TO ORIGINAL CPU. FINE 

CAROLINA PROJECTS THEATER 

'BETWEEN DAYLIGHT AND BOONVILLE' IS P'OUERFUL, HARR-OUING 
WAITING FOR DAYLIGHT, OR SOMETHING 

CAROLINA TELEPHONE CO. „ 

HEhJIERSON, OXFORD EXPANDED PHONE SERVICE BACKED 



'86 BOND VOTE 



CAR-OLINA THEATER (DURHAM, N.C.) 

CAROLINA THEATRE PLANS WILL BE SCALED BACK 
POWELL WANTS THEATER FTOJECT HELD TO SUM IN 
COUNCIL SHOULD LIMIT SPENDING ON TfEATER 
SCALING Wm CAROLINA THEATRE 

THE CAROLINIAN 
SEE ALSO AMTRAK 
AMTR/y< BACK ON TRACK TO DURHAM 
AMTRAK PLANS PASSENGER SERVICE TO DURHAM 

CARR MILL SHOPPING MALL 

CARR MILL MERCHANTS CITE BIGGER STORE TREND 
EXPANSION PLANNED FC« CARR MIU MAU 

CARRBORO, N,C. 

EXF'OSURE TO ARTS HELPS KEEP KIDS ON STRAIGHT AN NARROW 

CARRBOra, N.C, APARTMENTS 

ROCK CREEK APTS. SOLD FOR MORE THAN $7 MILLION 

CARRBORt), N.C, BICYCLE ROUTES 
SEE ALSO BICYCLE LANES 
BIKEWAY, FTOT OFFICE ON BLOCK 

CARRBORO, N.C, BUSINESSES 

ALDERMAN PONDER BUSINESS IfC&NTIVES 
CARRBORO QUESTIONS BENEFITS OF GRtlUPS 

CARRBORO, N.C, CEMETERIES 
SEE ALSO CEMETERIES, N.C. 
PRICE TOO HIGH, POSTAL SERVICE REF'RESENTATIVE TELLS CARRBORO 
BIKEWAY, POST OFFICE ON BLOCK 
POST OFFICE SEARCH MAY REOF'EN 

CARRBORO, N.C, COMMUNITY CENTER (PROPOSED) 
CEhfTER WOULD REQUIRE TAX HIKE—REF'ORT 
CARRBORO MAY SEE TAX INCREASE 
BOARD AGREES TO HOLD CENTER PUBLIC HEARING 

CARRBORO, N.C, LAWSUITS 

JUDGE KiaS LAWSUIT AGAINST DEVELOPMENT COMPANY PRESIDENT 

CARRBORO, N.C, PARKS 

SEE ALSO PARKS, ORANGE COUNTY 
COMMUNITY CENTER SITES DISCUSSED 



S 2 1/09/1990 B 5 P N A76 



S 2 1/02/1990 A 1 N E33 
cm 1 1/17/1990 A 3 N 



H 2 1/04/1990 C 3 N 
H 2 1/31/1990 D 4 N 



S 2 1/17/1990 B 4 R B77 
H 2 1/18/1990 A A R W6A 



H 1 1/05/1990 C 1 N T33 



H 2 1/05/1990 A 1 P N R63 

S 2 1/05/1990 B 1 P N 

S 2 1/08/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/09/1990 A 4 E 



3 2 1/23/1990 A 
H 2 1/24/1990 C 



CHH 1 1/04/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/18/1990 A 



CHH 1 1/31/1990 A 
CHH 2 1/05/1990 A 



CHH 1 1/16/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 



CHH 1 1/11/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/25/1990 A 



CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/15/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/15/1990 A 



1 P N C61 
1 N R63 



3 P N C62 
1 P N C62 



4 J 



CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 3 P N C62 



1 N C62 
3 P N C62 



1 P N C62 
3 P N C62 
3 P N C62 



1 N C62 
1 P N C62 
1 N C62 



CHH 1 1/24/1990 A 1 N C62 



CHH 1 1/11/1990 A 3 P N C62 



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CENTER IKMH REQUIRE TAX HIKE— REF'(»T 

CARR'BORt), N.C., STREETS 

TRANSFIJRTATION TOP CARRBORO CONCERN 

CARRBORO, N.C, TAX RATE 

CARRH3R0 t«Y SEE TAX INCREASE 

BOARD AGREES TO HOLD CENTER F-UBLIC HEARING 

CARRBOR-0, N.C, TOWN COMWS 

OFFICIALS HOPE FOR COLONS FUNDING 

CARRBORO, N.C, ZWJING 

A CONSENSUS ON CONDITIONAL-USE 

UAY TO IHPROVE SYSTEM ELUKS EVEN CRITICS O^ CCWDITIONAL-USE 

TIME FACTORS INTO CONDITIONAL-USE PERMIT PROCESS 

CARRBORO ARTSCENTER (FORfCRLY CARRBOR-Q ART SCHOOL) 
SEE fLSQ TRIANOE ARTS FIANNING CONSORTIUM 
FACTION IN CONCERT 
ARTSCENTER BOARD PCNIiERS UWSUIT 
ARTSCENTER ADMITS RENT PAYICf^TS LATE 
ARTSCENTER EX-DIRECTORS CAUTIOUS 
FWLLPS SAYS PARTNER'S ACTIONS Ql£STIONAELE 
ARTSCENTER SQUABBLE MAY GET MEDIATDR 
HE'D RATIO BE KNOWN AS A SINGER' ffl3^ff'AREIL/GART}^ BRACKS 
MeWCHE SAYS PARTNER'S WILL 'DO ANYTHING' 
ARTSCENTER EXPECTING W-Rff.'ED FlhttNCES 
N04B CONTACTS ART (SBUP COSIGNER'S 
ARTS SQUABBLE VICTIMIZES COMMUNITY 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN 

OFFICIALS HOFE FOR COMMONS FUNDIhJG 
CENTER: UCULD REQUIRE TAX HIKE— REF'ORT 
COMMUNITY CENTER SITES DISCUSSED 
CARRBORtI QUESTIONS BENEFITS OF GR'OUPS 
LIGHT-RAIL PROPOSAL ON AGENDA 
BIKEUAY, POST OFFICE ON BLOCK 
piDST OFFICE SEAR-CH MAY REOPEN 
EXF'RESS SYSTEM STUDY URGED 

CARRBORO H}ARD OF ALI£R(€N, RETREATS 

ALDER:MAN PROFFER UISH-LISTS ON EVE OF BOARD'S RETREAT 

CARRBOR-0 MAY SEE TAX INCREASE 

BOARD AGREES TO HOLD CENTER PUBLIC HEARING 

ALDERMAN PONDER P^INESS IfCENTIVES 

TRANSF-ORTATION TOF' CARRBORt] CONCERN 

CARRBGR-0 BUSI^£SS ASSOCIATION 

CARRBORO QUESTIONS Be€FITS OF 6RCUPS 

CARR'BCRO COMMONS 

SEE CARRBORO, N.C, TOWN COftffiNS 

CARPPORO COWUNITY PARK 
SEE CARRBORO, N.C, PARKS 

CARRBaRO POST OFFICE 

PRICE TOO HIGH, POSTAL SERVICE REF•RESE^frATIVE TELLS CAR-RBORO 

BIKEUAY, POST OFFICE ON BLOCK 

POST OFFICE SEARCH MAY REOPEN 

CARRBORO CARRIERS TO MOVE TO RRIEVE OVERCRGUDUJG 

CAR'S 

SEE AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 

CARTOO^« 

CARTOONS LiWOON HELMS' STAND ON ART 



P D — DAT! 

CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 

cm 1 1/16/1990 A 



CHH 1 1/15/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/15/1990 A 



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1 N C62 



H C62 



1 P N C62 
1 N C62 



cm 1 1/03/1990 A 1 N C62 



CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 1 P N ii52 
CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 1 C N C62 
CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 2 N C62 



CHH 1 


1/02/1990 A 


8 P 


P 


CHH 1 


1/12/'1990 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/13/1990 A 


3 P 


N C42 


CHH 1 


1/14/1990 A 


1 


N 0-42 


CHH 1 


1/15/1990 A 


o 


N C62 


cm 1 


1/18/1990 A 


1 


N C62 


H 2 


1/19/1990 B 


4 P 


U H90 


CHH 1 


1/28/1990 A 


1 P 


N Di2 


CHH 1 


1/30/1990 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/31/1990 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


l/'31/i990 A 




E 


CHH 1 


1/03/1990 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/09/1990 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/11/1990 A 


3 P 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/19/1990 A 


3 P 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/22/1990 A 


3 P 


N 317 


CHH 1 


1/23/1990 A 


3 P 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/25/1990 A 


3 P 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/25/1990 A 


3 P 


;i C42 


CHH 1 


1/14/1990 A 


3 P 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/15/1990 A 


1 P 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/15/1990 A 


1 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/16/1990 A 


L 


N C62 


CHH 1 


1/16/1990 A 


3 


N C62 



CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 3 P N C62 



C-HH 1 1/11/1990 A 1 P N C62 

CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 3 P N C62 

CHH 1 1/2-5/1990 A 3 P N C62 

CHH 1 1/31/1990 A 3 P N C62 



1/23/1990 E 8 P R G68 



CARY, N.C. 



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GOV. JIM MARTIN TO RECEIVE GARY'S EXCEUENCE AUAR'D 

CASWELL GAME LAND 

MORE CASEWELL GAI€ LAND RWHS MAY BE CLOSED 

CATASTROPHIC ILUCSS fCALTH INSURANCE 
WOE IF YOU DO, WOE IF YOU DON'T 
SOI€ AMERICANS GET BREAK W FORM, TAXES 

CATS 

PONDERING CAT 

FIREFKKTER l«0 SAVED KITTENS SHOWERED WITH HUMAN P-RAISE 

CEDAR GROVE, N.C. 

LI'viE-IN CHARGED IN K^ANGE SHOOTING 

CEMETERIES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, CEMETERIES 
RALEIGH VETERANS' CEMETERY NEAR FULL 

CENSUS 

SEE U.S. CENSUS BUI^U 

CENTEL EWT.OYEES 

SEE CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 

CQ^TENARIANS 

WORLD'S OLDEST TWINS IN STABLE CONDITION 

TWIN, 105, DIES 

DAVIDSON COUNH WOMAN'S 106TH A BinERSWEET BIRTHDAY AFTER TWIN DIES 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK & TRUST CO. 
SEE ALSO CENTKALINE 
CCB LOWERS ITS PRIME RATE TO 10 PERCENT 
CCB EYES MOVING CRtDIT CARD UNIT TO ANOTHER SATE 
CCB MAY MOVE CREDIT-CARD OPERATIONS 
2 DURHAM BANKS REPORT RECORD YEAR'S 



H 2 1/24/1990 C 2 N 
H 1 1/11/1990 C 1 N H60 



H 2 1/04/1990 A 4 E 
S 2 1/05/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/06/1990 D 3 P P T32 
H 2 1/14/1990 A 1 P N (151 



CHH 1 1/02/1990 A 1 N M20 



H 2 1/30/1990 C 2 N 



S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



CENTRAL PIEDMONT INDUSTRY COUNCIL 

SEE PRIVATE INDUSTRY COUNCIL (NOW RESEARCH TRIANGLE PRIVATE INDUSTRY COUNCIL) 

CENTRAL TaEPHOfC CO. 

SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, N.C. 
AF-RIL START-UP DATE PREDICTED FOR PHONES 

CENTRELINE 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK i TRUST CO. 
CCB EYES MOVING CREDIT CARD UNIT TO ANOTHER SATE 
CCB MAY MOVE CREDIT-CARD OPER'ATIONS 

CESAREAN SECTIONS 
SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 
WOMAN WANTED CESAREAN BIRTH; ALLEGES TWO DOCTORS NEGLIGENT 
'NATLiRAL' BIRTH AFTER HAVING A C-SECTION 
NEED FOR CAESAREANS [£BATED 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

SEE DURHAM CHAMBER OF COM?€RCE 

CHANNEL ONE 

SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION 
VARIOUS ISSUES FOG QUESTIONS OF TELEVISION NEWS IN SCHOOLS 
AREA SCHOOLS WON'T TUNE IN TO PROGRAM 
'CHANNEL ONE' A GOOD LESSON ON LIFE 
STATE SCHOOLS CHIEF OPPOSES CHANNEL ONE 
cm, COUNTY SCHOOLS DISAGREE ON CHANNEL 1 



1/08/1990 C 
1/12/'1990 C 
1/14/1990 B 



2 N 
2 P P 
2 N 



1/10/1990 C 10 N 

1/12/1990 C 1 N C60 

1/12/1990 B 5 N 

1/18/1990 C 1 N E33 



CHH 1 


1/16/1990 A 


3 


N 


H 2 
S 2 


1/12/'1990 C 
1/12/1990 B 


1 


N C60 
N 


H 2 

H 2 
CHH 1 


1/24/1990 C 

1/25/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 


1 

6 
3 


N S82 
N Zll 

N 



P. 2 


1/10/1990 A 


5 U Oil 


CHH 1 


1/12/1990 A 


3 N B38 


CHH 1 


1/14/1990 A 


4 E 


H 2 


1/19/1990 B 


8 P N 


H 2 


1/20/1990 C 


2 N C47 



CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BII 
SEE BICYCLE LANES 



:ycles 



CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BOND ISSUES 



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Lim TO UNVEIL IMPROVEMENTS PLAN 

CHAPEL Hia, N.C., BUSES 

CHAPEL HILL TO BEGIN PRE-HIRE, RANIiOM W:UG TESTS 
RECYCLING, BUS SERVICE MAY SEE EXPANSION 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., BUSIICSSES 
359 HAYS LEFT... 
BIZ NOTES 
BIZ NOTES 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., CAPITAL IMPROVE^BrrS PRTORAH 
LINK TO UNVEIL WROVEMENTS PLAN 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., CITY EMPLOYEES 

CHAPa HILL TO BEGIN PRt-HIRE, RANIiOM DRUG TESTS 

CHAFfL HILL, N.C., EMPLOYEES 

SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C., CITY EMPLOYEES 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., FLAG 

GmP TO DESIGN TOWN FLAG 

CHAF'EL HILL, N.C., HISTORIC BUILDINGS AND HOUSES 
HISTORIC DESIGfWTION OF Sf£LTER EXF'ECTED 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., HISTORY 

SEE ALSO CHAPtL HILL HISTORICAL StKIETY 
SEE ALSO N.C., HISTORY 
A LOOK BACK/ORANGE COUNTY BICENTENNIAL 

CHAPEL Hia, N.C., HOUSING 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

'I'M ON THE BOAT, PULL UP THE GANG FIANK' 
HOUSING HOWES' TOPIC FOR HOUSE COilMITTEE 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, IMAGE 

PERHAPS 'SOUTHERN' MOSQUE W)ULD FIT BETTER 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, LAND USE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, BUFFER 
COUNCIL TO CONSirO MIXEH-USE PROPOSAL 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, ORDINANCES 
NOISE COT1ITTEE APF'OINTED 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, PARKING AREAS 
NO PARKING 
PAR'KING COMMITTEE TO REVIEW PLAZA PLANS 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, SISTER CITIES 
SEE ALSO SAN JORGE, NICARAGUA 
RESirCNTS PLAN SISTER CITY VISIT 
GROUP' TO HAVE ACCESS TO SAN JORGE PRECINCTS 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, STREETS 

SEE ALSO SOUTH COLUMBIA ST. (CHAPEL HILL, N.C) 
COLUMBIA WIDENING DEBATED 
TOWN DELAYS COLUMBIA WKENING DECISION AGAIN 
JUSTICES SUPPORT TOWN'S APPEAL 
COUNCIL UR'GED TO APPROVE COLUMBIA WIDENING 

CHAPEL HILL BIRD CLUB 

MORE AND MORE Ef^THUSIASTS KEEP EYE ON BIRDIE 

CHAPEL HILL BLVD. 

SEE DUR-HAM/CHAPEL HILL BLVD. 

CHAP'EL HILL COMMUNITY KITCHEN 

SEE COMMUNITY KITCHEN (CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO) 



CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 1 N M20 



CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 3 N H70 
CHH 1 1/31/1990 A 3 N M70 



CHH 1 1/02/1990 A 2 P P C45 
CHH 1 1/02/1990 A 5 P N 
CHH 1 1/30/1990 A 5 P N 



CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 1 N M20 

CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 3 N M70 

CHH 1 1/27/1990 A 3 N 

CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 3 N 

CHH 1 1/04/1990 A 8 P P 



CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 4 E 
CHH 1 1/25/1990 A 1 P N M70 



CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 4 U 

CHH 1 1/22/1990 A 1 N M70 
CHH 1 1/10/1990 A 3 N 



CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 1 P P T44 
CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 1 D N M70 



CHH 1 1/08/1990 A 1 M N M70 
CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 3 N 



CHH 1 1/04/1990 A 3 M N M70 

CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 1 N M70 

CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 1 P N M70 

CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 1 N M70 



2 1/19/1990 A 6 P F 059 



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SEE ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUP KITCHEN 

CHAPEL HILL GATEWAY 

COUNCIL TO CONSIDER MIXED-USE F1<0P0SAL 

CHAPEL HILL ICRALD 

SEE ALSO KJRHAM WMim HER«.n 
THAf«<S FOR SPONSORING RSWP 

CHAPEL HILL HERALD, CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS 
CQRR'ECTION 
CLARIFICATION 
CORRECTION 

HANGING yiCTIM ALIVE 
CORRECTION 
COR-RECTIOf^ 

CHAPa HILL mm schotl, building projects 

FUVflCRS OK EXPANSION PLANS FOR HIGH SCHOOL 

chapel hill HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBAU (BOYS) 
TIGERS DOWN VANCE 
TIGERS HOLD OFF VANCE 

NORTfCRN STATES ITS CASE, SWATS TIGERS 59-50 
KNIGHTS STUN TIGERS 
COTTEN'S SOFT TOUCH HARD ON TIGER: FOES 
TIGER-S WITHSTAND LATE DURtWt RAUY 
BULLDOGS RAUY TOO LATE VS. TIGERS 
TIGERS, UNICORNS LEAD WACHOVIA RACE 
STALKING TJ€ TIGER 

COTTEN'S EOilBS HELP TIGER'S FEND OFF JORDAN RALLY 
FERRELL, TIGERS CLAW PANTHER'S, 71-46 
TIGERS ROUT ORANGE TO RULE COUNTY 

CHAPEL HILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., HISTORY 
A LOOK BACK/ORANGE COUNTY BICENTENNIAL 
A LOOK BACK/MASONIC LODGE 
A LOOK BACK/AMERICAN LEGION QUARTERS 
A LOOK BACK/OLD HIGH SOCO. SITE 

CHAPEL HILL INTERCHIM:H COUNCIL 

SEE INTER-FAITH COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL SERVICE 

CHAPEL HILL NORTH 

COUNCIL TO CONSIDER MIXED-USE PROPOSAL 

COUNCIL GIVES THUMBS UP TO CHAPEL HILL hWRTH FIAN 

CHAPEL HILL PLANNING BOARD 

PLAN^ERS BACK ISLAMIC MOSQUE 
PLANNING BOARD OK'S MOSQUE 
PLANNING BOARD MAKES GOOD DECISION 
PLANNERS OK EXPAf^SION PLANS FOR HIGH SCHOOL 
BOARD MEMBER EXPLAINS ANTI-MOSQUE VOTE 
HEEDING THE CALL 

CHAPa HILL POLICE DEPT., OFFICERS 

CHAPEL HILL TO BEGIN PRE-HIRE, RANDOM DRUG TESTS 

CHAPEL HILL F£SERVOIR 

SEE ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 
SEE UNIVERSITY LAKE 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUhCIL (FORMERLY CHAPEL HILL BOARD OF ALDERMEN) 
BFOWN, RIMER BOTH LANDLORDS (CORRECTED) 
JUNK 'STILL' SITUATED ON RtJCKY HILL 
OFFICIAL SUPPORTS R'OCKY HILL PLANS 
CORRECTION 

GROUP URGES LIGHT RAIL SYSTEM 
STILL, THINGS COULD GET WORSE 



CHH 1 1/22/1990 A 1 N M70 



CHH 1 


1/24/1990 A 


4 


L 


CHH 1 


1/03/1990 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


1/04/1990 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


1/06/1990 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


1/26/1990 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


1/30/1990 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


1/31/1990 A 


2 


N 


CHH 1 


1/12/1990 A 


3 


N C62 


H 2 


1/05/1990 B 


1 


P N B40 


S 2 


1/05/1990 C 


2 


P N P52 


H 2 


1/06/1990 B 


4 P N E40 


S 2 


1/06/1990 B 


1 


P N F-52 


S 2 


1/09/1990 B 


3 P N P52 


H 2 


1/10/1990 D 


3 


P N UIO 


S 2 


1/10/1990 D 


3 P N F'52 


H 2 


1/11/1990 B 


3 


N B40 


H 2 


1/24/1990 D 


1 P P K30 


H 2 


1/24/1990 D 


3 


N WIO 


H 2 


1/27/1990 D 


3 


N WIO 


S 2 


1/27/1990 C 


1 


P N P52 


CHH 1 


1/04/1990 A 


S P P 


CHH 1 


1/11/1990 A 


3 P P 


CHH 1 


1/18/1990 A 


8 P P 


CHH 1 


1/25/1990 A 


8 


P P 



CHH 1 1/22.'1990 A 1 
CHH 1 1/25/1990 A 1 



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



1/07/1990 
1/10/1990 
1/11/1990 
1/12/1990 
1/14/1990 
1/21/1990 



3 

1 P 
4 
3 
4 
1 P 



N M70 
N M70 



N M70 
N M70 
E 
N C62 

L 
N 



CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 3 N M70 



CHH 1 


1/04/1990 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


1/06/1990 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


1/06/1990 A 


1 N M70 


CHH 1 


1/06/1990 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


1/08/1990 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


1/08/1990 A 


4 E 



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TOWN DELAYS COLUMBIA WIDENING ItCISION AGAIN 

PARKING COHMITTEE TO REVIEU PLAZA PLANS 

HISTORIC STATUS FCK SHELTER BACMD 

ROCKY HILL MASTER PLAN GETS AffROVAL 

COLUMBIA WIDENING DEBATED 

JUSTICES SUPPORT TOWN'S AFfEAL 

COUNCIL REJECTS COLUMBIA STREET RINDS 

HOUSING HOWES' TOPIC FOR HOUSE COMMITTEE 

COUNCIL GIVES THJMBS UP TO CHAPEL HILL NORTH PLAN 

INTERIM'S SALARY RAISED 

COJNCIL TO HOLD BUDGET I.WRK SESSION 

RECYCLIfffi, &JS SERVICE MAY SEE EXF'ANSION 



CHA"^ HILL TOWN COU^CIL, BUDGET 

COUNCIL WOULII SOLVE OLD PROBLEMS IN ' 
SLOW GR1WTH MAY TOVEHO BUDGET HOFtS 



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ChWFB. HILL TOWN COUNCIL, GOALS 

COUfCIL WOULD SO-VE CLD PROBLEMS IN '90 
SLOW GROWTH («Y TORP-EDO BUDGET HOF'ES 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COflCIL, RETREATS 

COUNCIL WOUJi SOLVE OLD PR-OELEMS IN '90 
SLOW GROWTH MAY TORPEDO BUDGET HOPES 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN (¥\NAGER, ASSISTANT 
IffTERIM'S SAb^Y RAISED 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO BOARD OF EDUCATION 

official: CITY SCHOOLS CUTTING IT aOSE ON SPACE 
liR^UG ABUSE PREVENTION P-ROGRAM PRAISED 

CHAPEL HILUCARRBORO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
EDC, CHAMBERS MAY JOIN EFFORTS 
SF-RING VISIT TO BOULICR DISCUSSED 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO CW«1BER OF COMMERCE, DIRECTOR 

CHAMBER SALARY TOO HIGH FOR 'UNOLIALIFIED' PRESIDENT 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO DOWNTOWN COMMISSION 

GR^OUP TO REQUEST MERCHANTS TO JOIN CLEANUP PROGRAM 

CHAPEL HUX^CARRBORO SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO PHILLIPS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, CHAFtL HILL AND CARR'BOR'O 
SURVEY COMMITTEE PREPARES P-ROPOSAL 

CHAF-EL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, EWLDING P-ROJECTS 

official: cin schools cuhing it close on space 

SCHOOL BOND CALLED UNLIKaY 

CHAF'EL HILL/CARSBORO SCHOOLS, ENRCLU€NT 

official: CITY SCHtWLS CUniNG IT CLOSE GN SPACE 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBOR-0 SCHOOLS, GIFTED PROGRAM 
SEE CHAP'EL HILL/CARR'BORO SCHOOLS, GROUPING 



CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCVfflOLS, GROUPING 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBOF:0 SCHOOLS 
OFFICIALS TO MUa HOhffiRS CHANGES 
SFtCIAL PROGRAMS QUESTIONED 



RETARDED AND HANDICAPfED PROGRAM 



CHAPEL HILiyCARRBORO SCHOOLS, FCTARIO AND HANDICAPPED PR-06RAM 
SEE ALSO CHAF'EL HILL/CARR30R0 SCHOOLS, GROUPIf« 
SPECIAL PR-OGRAMS QUESTIONED 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, TIACHER'S 
SEE TEACHERS, CHAP-EL HILL AND CARRBORO 



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cm 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 1 
cm 1 

CHH 1 

cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 


1/09/1990 A 1 N M70 
1/09/1990 A 1 D N M70 
1/10/1990 A 3 N 
1/10/1990 A 3 M N M70 
1/17/1990 A 1 N M70 
1/19/1990 A 1 P N M70 
1/24/1990 A 1 N H70 
1/25/1990 A 1 P N M70 
1/25/1990 A 1 N M70 
1/27/1990 A 3 N 
1/27/1990 A 3 N 
1,'31/1990 A 3 N M70 


cm 2 
cm 2 


1/07/1990 A 1 
1/07/1990 A ] 


N M70 
I N M70 


CHH 2 

cm 2 


1/07/1990 A 1 
1/07/1990 A ] 


N M70 
N H70 


cm 2 
cm 2 


1/07/1990 A ] 
1/07/1990 A ] 


N H70 
N M70 



cm 1 1/27/1990 A 



cm 1 1/08/1990 A 
cm 1 1/24/1990 A 



cm 1 1/17/1990 A 



N 
H C62 



cm 1 1/19/1990 A 3 N W57 
CHH 1 1/24/1990 A 3 P N M70 



cm 1 1/12/1990 A 4 J 
cm 1 1/25/1990 A 3 N M70 

CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 1 N C42 



cm 1 1/08/1990 A 3 N 
CHH 1 1/10/1990 A 3 N C62 



CHH 1 1/08/1990 A 3 N 



CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 1 P N C62 
cm 1 1/17/1990 A 3 N C62 



N C62 



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SEE ALSO BANKRUPTCY 
A 'DON'T UORRY' BANKRUPTCY 



H 2 1/19/1990 A 4 E 



™SEE^ALSO FUND RAISING (SEE ALSO NA)€S OF FUND RAISING PROJECTS i SPONSORING GROUPS) 

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS FIND TRIAf-ffiLE RESIDENTS GENEROUS GIVERS H 2 1/17/1990 C 



1 N K65 



CHARITY 

SEE CHARITIES 

CHARLIE GOODNIQHT'S COMEDY CLUB 

LOOK WHAT'S BECO^E OF PHYLLIS DILLER 

CHARLOTTE, N.C. 

NEW YEAR'S REVELERS RUN AMOK 

PRESIDENT BUSH TO VISIT CHARLOTTE NEXT MONTH 



H 2 1/19/1990 D 3 P F G59 



CHH 1 1/03/1990 A 
H 2 1/24/1990 B 



4 E 

5 N 



CHARLOHE HORNETS 
HARTER'S 'ROCK' 



MAY BE CRL91BLING IN CHARLOTTE 



H 2 1/30/1990 B 1 P N 



CHARLOTTE SPIRITS 

SEE CHARLOTTE WRNETS 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO JOINT ORANGE/CHATHAM COOPERATIVE WORK GROUP 
WISHES FOR T}€ 1990' S 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

PENDERGRASS SEEKING THIRD ELECTION WIN 
REECE MAKES STATE SENATE BID OFFICIAL 
HOLMES SEEKS WJOTHER TERM 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 
CHATHAM HAZARDOUS WASTE SITE STILL IN THE RUNNING 
DISPOSAL FACILITIES DIFFER FOR RADIOACTIVE, OTHER' WASTES 
WALKER OPPOSES WASTE FACILITY 

CHATHAM COUNH COMMISSIONERS 

REVIEW OF APPLICANTS SOON TO BEGIN IN CHATHAM MANAGER SEARCH 

MAN URGES CHATHAM MINORITY RECRUITER 

HUD LOAN CEILING HIGHER IN ORANGE THAN IN CHATHAM 

CHATHAM COWISSIONERS SET MlfWRIH BUSINESS GOALS 

AS TIME MARCHES ON 

LONG LIFE NOT FORTUNE OF EARLIER COURTHOUSES 

PORK BARREL CUTS HIT CHArriAM COURTHOUSE PROJECT HARD 

CHATHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S, ELECTIONS 
REECE MAKES STATE SENATE BID OFFICIAL 
CHAIRJ1AN SEEKING RE-ELECTION 
HOLMES SEEKS ANOTHER TERM 
DEMS MAY FACE R-^fOFF IN COMMISSIONERS RACE 

CHATHAM COUNH COURTHOUSE 

CHATHAM COMMISSIONERS SET MINORITY BUSINESS GOALS 

AS TIME MARCHES ON 

LONG LIFE NOT FORTUNE OF EARLIER COURTHOUSES 

PORK BARRa CUTS HIT CHATHAM COURTHOUSE PROJECT HARD 

CHATHAM COUNTY MANAGER 

REVIEW OF APPLICANTS SOON TO BEGIN IN CHATHAM MANAGER SEARCH 

CHATHAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEFT., ELECTIONS 
REECE MAKES STATE SENATE BID OFFICIAL 

CHECK FRAUD 

SEE BAD CHECKS 

CHECKER'S PIZZA (CHAPa HILL, N.C.) 

CHECKER'S PIZZA CLOSES ITS DOOR'S AFTER LOSING BID ON UNC CONTRACT 



CH^+ 1 1/01/1990 A 3 P N 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 2 
CHH 2 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 1 

CHH 1 

CHH 1 



CHH 1 
CHH 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 

CHH 1 



1/03/1990 A 
1/04/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 



1/05/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 
1/31/1990 A 



1/09/1990 
1/13/1990 
1/15/1990 
1/24/1990 
1/28/1990 
1/28/1990 
1/28/1990 



1/04/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 
1/24/1990 A 



1/24/1990 A 
1/28/1990 A 
1/28/1990 A 
1/28/1990 A 



1/09/1990 A 
1/04/1990 A 



1 P N M70 
3 P N M25 
3 P N 



1 P N M25 
1 N M25 
3 P N M25 



3 P 

3 

3 

1 P 

1 P 

1 

1 



N M25 
N 1125 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 
N M25 



3 P N M25 
3 P N 
3 P N 
3 N M25 



1 P N M25 

1 P N M25 

1 N M25 

1 N M25 



3 P N M25 
3 P N M25 



CHH 1 1/22/1990 A 3 N U57 



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aCERLEAICRS 

C^£UNI^iG OEERLEAieR'S ARE REGIONAL CHAMPIMS 

r>EM-NUCLEAR SYSTEMS, INC. 

STATE WASTE AUTHORITY'S RESPONSE (MSTIONED 

OCWNING JJNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, CfEERLEALERS 
Ct€WNING CfCERLEABERS ARE REGIONS CHAMPIONS 

CHILD ABUSE, CHAPEL HILL 

CHAJ«£S PBffilNG IN CHILD'S lEATH 

WOMAN SERVED UAR-RtWTS 

2 mi f\XlM GIRL FR-OM FIRE HONORED 

CHILD ABUSE, DURH/^ 

SEE ALSO BATTERED IWMEN 
SEE ALSO CHILD !«LESTATION 
SEE ALSO CHILD ICGLECT 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HURBER 
SEE ALa] rOflESTIC VIOLENCE 
SEE ALSO FiWILY STRUCTLIRE 
SEE ALSO IM^ANTICIIC 
SEE ALSO HURDER, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAIXTS 
ASSISTANT D.A. SAYS FIGHTING FOR CHILDREN IS REUARHING 

CHILD ABU^, N.C. 

SEE ALSO AT-RISK CHIUKEN 
SEE PLSD BATTERED UOI€N 
SEE ALSO CHILD NEGLECT 
SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
SEE ALStI FAMILY STRIXTURE 
SEE ALSO mjRKR, U.S. 
EXF-ERTS SAY CHIU) DEATH INQUIRIES LAX, ASK CHANGES 

CHILD ABUSE, OWWGE COUfTY 

ASSISTANT D.A, SAYS FIRING LINKED TO JULY CASE 
- CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE F£FORTS SAID m THE INCREASE 
ABUSE REFtJRTIM3 PRIJCEHURES OUTLIf€D IN PAF'ER 

CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 

SEE ALSO BATTERED WflEN 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD i«LESTATICN 
SEE ALSO CHILD NEGLECT 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, rtlJ<IiER 
SEE ALSO DOf€STIC VIOLENCE 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STFUCTURE 
SEE ALSO If^ANTICirt 
SEE ALSO MURDER, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

INSIGHT/ JUSTICE UNSERVED 

AGENCIES' COOPERATION HELP'S CHILDREN 

CHILD CARE CENTERS 

DAY-CARE OFtRATOR-S DISAGREE ON STAi'ffiARDS 
WtmiNG IT OJT 

CHILD CARE CENTERS, LICENSING REQUIRE^ENTS 
DAY-CARE OF'ERATORS DISAGREE ON STANDARDS 

CHILD i:U3T0DY 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRIJCTURE 
POLICE aA-REST CHATHAM WOMAN IN ABDUCTION 
FUGITIVE CHARIBE FILED AGAINST WOMAN 

CHILD 10LESTATION 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 



S 2 1/30/1990 B 5 P N A76 
CHH 1 1/16/1990 A 1 P N M25 
S 2 1/30/1990 E 5 P N A76 



a* 1 1/11/1990 A 3 N h70 
CHH 1 1/12/'1990 A 3 N 
cm 1 1/30/1990 A 1 P N H70 



H 2 1/2S/1990 A 1 P N S32 



H 2 1/15/1990 B 1 N 



cm 1 1/12/1990 A 1 N M25 
CHH 1 1/16/19'90 A 1 N H20 
CHH 1 1/2-9/1990 A 1 N IGS 



H 2 1/28/1990 F 1 P N 
CHH 1 1/3/1990 A 4 E 



K 2 1/09/1990 B 1 P N C60 
H 2 1/28/1990 E 1 P F S56 



H 2 1/09/1990 B 1 P N C60 



S 2 1/11/1990 A 1 N B85 
CHH 1 1/I2.a990 A 3 N 



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SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

CHILD SEXUfJ. ABUSE REFTOTS SAID ON THE INCREASE 

SEXUAL ABUSE CASE GOES TO JURY TODAY 

MOLESTATION DEFENDANT ACQUIHED 

REF-ORT SAYS MAN ASSAULTED BY TWO UOMEN 

ASSISTANT D.A. SAYS FIGHTING FOR CHILDREN IS REWARDING 

INSIGHT/ JUSTICE UNSERVED 

WILDER GETS 15-YEAR TERM F«5 ASSAULT 

CHILL SEX OFFENSE hETS 15-YEAR TERM 

CHILD ^EGLECT 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 
F-OLICE PROBE CRIMINAL CHARGES IN lO. FIRE 

CHILD PROSTITUTION 

CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE REPORTS SAID ON THE INCREASE 

CHILD SUFfO^ 

DA CANDIDATE'S ACCUSATIONS REFUTED BY COURT RECORDS 

CANDIDATE SMITH SAYS CHILTi-SUPF-ORT ISSUE SfflULD NOT CLOUD HIS CAMPAIGN 

DA CANDIDATE TO FOaOW COLRT ORDER, PAY CHILD SUPPORT 

OHIO JUDGE ORDERS SMITH TO PAY $6,000 IN CHILD SUFfORT 

CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO ABORTION 

SEE ALSO CESAREAN SECTIONS 

SEE ALSO MIDWIFERY 

JOHN BRAY JR. WILL TURN 10 IN YEAR 2000 

CENTER STAGE 

COUt^n'S FIRST 1990 BABY, MOM BOTH MING WELL AFTER EMERGENCY CAESARIAN 

WOMAN WANTED CESAREAN BIRTH; ALLEGES TWO DOCTOR'S NEGLIGENT 

NEED FOR CAESAREANS DEBATED 

CHILDREN, ACCirCNTS 

SEE ACCIDENTS, CHILDREN 

CHILDREN, CARRBORO 
A LONG STRETCH 

CHILDR'EN, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO CHIUiREN, ORANGE COUNTY 
PHONE HOME 
SETTING THE PACE 
HARBINGER OF SPRING? 

CHILDREN, DEATHS 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, l*JRDER 
EXPERTS SAY CHILD DEATH INQUIRIES LAX, ASK CHANGES 

CHILDREN, DURHAM 
LET'S PARTY 
IN THE SUING 

BUILD-IT CLASS AT THE N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE 
A DAY AT THE PARK 
SHADOWY FIGURE 
HEADING OUT! 
SUNSTRUCK 
SPIN AND GRIN 

WHAT'S HER RAQUET? WHY, HELPING MOM AND DAD 
ENJOYING A SPIN 
MONKEY BUSINESS 
SERIOUS BUSINESS 
SWINGING, GOOD TIME 

CHILDREN, GUNS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CHILDREN 



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H 

H 

S 

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2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
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1/16/1990 A 
1/19/1990 C 
1/20/1990 C 
1/27/1990 B 
1/28/1990 A 
1/28/1990 F 
1/31/1990 A c 
1/31/1990 C 


N M20 
L N S82 
L N S82 
I N C61 
I P N S82 
I P N 
5 N 
I N 



CHH 2 1/05/1990 A 



N M70 



CHH 1 1/16/1990 A 1 N M20 



H 2 1/15/1990 A 4 L 

H 2 1/19/1990 B 12 N S82 

S 2 1/19/1990 B 1 P N B53 

H 2 1/25/1990 B 1 P N 382 



cm 1 


1/02/1990 A 


3 P N C62 


S 2 


1/02/1990 B 


1 P P T37 


H 2 


1/03/1990 C 


1 P N C60 


H 2 


1/24/1990 C 


1 H 382 


CHH 1 


1/26/19V0 A 


8 N 



CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 1 P P T44 



CHH 1 1/08/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/29/1990 A 



1 P P C45 
3 P P C45 
1 P P T44 



H 2 1/15/1990 B 1 N 



H 


2 


1/01/1990 C 


1 P P n2 


S 


2 


1/03/1990 C 


1 P P M66 


S 


2 


1/06/1990 A 


5 P P C45 


S 


2 


1/13/1990 D 


3 P P C45 


S 


n 


1/13/1990 C 


1 P P 138 


H 


2 


1/15/1990 B 


1 P P C45 


H 


n 


1/16/1990 C 


1 P P 138 


S 


2 


1/16/1990 B 


1 P P L38 


H 


-5 


1/20/1990 C 


1 P P n66 


S 


2 


1/20/1990 D 


3 P P C45 


S 


2 


1/27/1990 D 


3 P P C45 


S 


2 


1/30/1990 C 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 C 


1 P P S76 



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SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 
SEE ALSO GUNS 
F'OLICE LOG/PinSPORO MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY AT HOflE IN DURHAM 

CHILDREN, mjRDER 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DUR'HAM 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, DEATHS 
SEE ALSO I^f ANTICIDE 
SEE ALSO MURDER, N.C. 
SEE ALSO IDRDER, U.S. 
EXPERTS SAY CHILD r£ATH INQUIRIES LAX, ASK CWiNKS 

CHILDREN, ORANGE COUNH 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, CHAPEL HILL 
PLAY WHILE Tf€ SWJ SHIf€S 

CHINA/U.S. RaATIONS 

SENATE UPHOLIS BUSH'S VETO OF CHINA BILL 
DUKE'S CHINESE STUICNTS UPSET OVER VETO 
BUSH/r£NG/CHIf€SE STUDENTS 
BUSH'S SHALLOW MANDATE 

CHINESE COOKING 

CHINESE ^el YEAR WARRANTS CHINESE FOOD 

CHLAMYDIA 

SEE ALSO SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES 
STD CASES INCREASING, HEALTH DEPT. OFFICIiy.S SAY 

CHLOROFLUOROCARBCWS 

NORTHERN TELECOM PLANS TO STOP USING OZONE-DEPLETING SOLVENT BY 1991 
NCRTJCRN TEL CLEANS UF' ACT 

CHOLESTEROL 

RESEARCHERS SCUHLE BRAN HYPE 

THE CHOMICLE 

SEE ALSO DUKE CHRONICLE (NEUSF'AFtR) 
TAR HOLE PARODY HARKS DUKE-UNC BASKETBAU CONTEST 

CHRISTIAN DAY CARE CENTERS 
SEE CHILD CARE CENTERS 

CHRISTMAS 

SEE ALSO SHARt YOUR CHRISTMAS 
DURHAM LANIf ILL GETS CHRISTMAS BR-EAK 

CHRISTMAS TREES 
SEE ALSO TREES 
CHRISTMAS TREE CEMETERY? 
ALL SPRUCED UP 

CHUR'CH OF THE CREATOR 

RACIST GROUP SHOULDN'T GET RELIGIOUS TAX BREAK 

CHURCH'S CHICKEN (FAYETTEVILLE ST.) 

POLICE LOG/RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES RtiBBED 

CIGARETTES, THEFT 

POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED FOR ASSAULTING THREE OFFICERS 

CIMARRON HOMES 

U.S. GROUP CITES EURHAM BUIQiER FOR DEVELOPING AFFORDABLE HOLISING 

CIOMPI QUARTET 

CIDMPI QUARTET PLAYS FOR DUKE GRADUATES 

THE CITAHa (CHARLESTON, S.C.) SF'ORTS, BASKETBALL 
ABDELNABY GETS TOUGH IN DUKE WIN 



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H 2 1/15/1990 B 1 N 



cm 1 1/28/1990 A 3 P P T44 



H 2 1/26/1990 A 

H 2 1/26/1990 A 

H 2 1/28/1990 F 

H 2 1/30/1990 A 



H 2 1/18/1990 C 
H 2 1/22/1990 A 



H 2 1/20/1990 A 



1 N 

1 P N 1460 

4 T T C50 

4 E 



S 2 1/24/1990 B 1 P F S27 



cm 1 1/26/1990 A 1 N M20 



1 H K65 
4 E 



CHH 1 1/18/1990 A 3 N S17 



S 2 


1/08/1990 A 


1 N YU 


CHH 2 
CHH 1 


1/05/1990 A 
1/15/1990 A 


2 P P L38 
1 P P T44 


S 2 


1/03/1990 A 


4 E 


H 2 


1/30/1990 C 


1 N M51 


H 2 


1/03/1990 C 


1 P N M51 


S 2 


1/29/1990 C 


1 N 


S 2 


1/17/1990 B 


4 N 


H 2 


1/04/1990 B 


1 P N C49 



CIVIL RIGHTS 



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ijEE ALSO HUMAN RIGHTS 
KING'S LESSON OF BROTHERHOOD 
JENKINS, CLEfENT UR-6E RENEVO BLACK ACTIVISM 
je^KINS, CLE^B^T URGE REhEWEIi BLACK ACTIVISM 
'STAY WITH THE DREAM' 

CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT 

RJR'S RtJFFIN: CIVIL-RIGHTS STRUGO-E NOT OVER 
WHAT'S CHANGED SINCE KING DIED'' 
GREENSBORO'S 1960 SIT-IN CELEBRATION SET 
AN ANNIVERSARY OF CONSCIENCE 

CIVIL UAR HISTORY 

SEE ALSO EMANCIPATION PROCUWiTION 
SEE ALSO N.C., HISTORY 
STATE MARKS WAR'S END 
REMEMBERING Tf£ WAR'S END 

CLEAN WATER ACT (FEDERAL LAW) 

SEE ALSO ENUIROffiCNTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 
SEE ALSO WATER CRJALin 

ENViRONferr: hope on i\€ horizon? 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (l€N) 

GUGLIOTTA BUCKET NUDGES CLEMSON 
TAR HEELS CLOBBER CLEMSON 
TAR HEELS TOO STRANG FOR TIGERS 
TOBACCO ROAD TOUGH ON TIGERS 

CLDiSON UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

NCAA FINDS 14 FTOSIBLE VIOLATIONS AT CLEMSON 

REPORT CLAIMS CLFMSON COACHES GAVE PLAYERS CASH 

FORD RESIGNS AT CLEMSON 

FORD'S 'AMICABLE' DEPARTURE COSTS CLEMSON »1 MILLION 

FORD WAS PERFECT COACH FOR TIGERS 

CLEMSON FIAYERS WANT DANt^Y BACK 

HATFIELD NAMEIi CLEMSON COACH 

THE DISHONORABLE PAYOFF 

CLOWNS 

SAFETY NO CLOWNING MATTER 

CLUB BLVD. SCHOOL 

PLAN TO USE TRAILER RILES PUPILS' PARENTS 

CLUB NOVA 

CLUB APPRECIATES ARTICLE 

COACHES 

SEE SPORTS, COACHES 

COALITION OF NORTHERN DURHAM NEIGHBORHOODS 

ALTERED ENO DRIVE PLAN SPAWNS SECOND OPPOSITION GROUP 

COCAINE 

SEE ALSO CRACK 
TEEN-AGER ARRESTED ON COCAINE CHARGE 
ACREY PLEAIS NOT GUILTY TO DRUG, ASSAULT COW^TS 
POLICE ARREST UNC STUDENT ON DR'UG, WEAPON CHARGES 
FtlLICE LOG/CHARGES FOLLOW ACCIDDJT 
TOOTHBRUSH IN HAND, POOLE PREF'ARES FOR PRISON 
CHAPa HILL POLICE MAKE DRUG ARRESTS AFTER SEARCH 

COFFEE 

COFFEE-SEX LINK CLOUDS SU^«^Y HOMEFRONT 

COLD WEATICR, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO WEATHER, DURHAM 
ERRANT JET STREAM IS BLAMED FOR COLD AND WET DECEMBER 
SOME GAS PUMPS SHOW 13-CENT HIKE; WEATHER BLAMED 



H 2 1/15/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 N N36 

H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 N R63 

CHH 1 1/16/1990 A 1 P N S17 



H 2 1/14/1990 A 1 P N C47 

H 2 1/14/1990 D 5 U 

H 2 1/28/1990 B 1 P N 

H 2 1/31/1990 A 4 E 



2 1/05/1990 D 
2 1/09/1990 A 



23 N 
6 P N Zll 



CHH 1 1/25/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/04/1990 B 

H 2 1/28/1990 D 

S 2 1/29/1990 D 

S 2 1/31/1990 D 



1/06/1990 B 
1/10/1990 D 
1/18/1990 A 
1/19/1990 B 
1/19/1990 C 
1/19/1990 C 
1/22/1990 B 
1/27/1990 A 



H 2 1/13/1990 C 



CHH 1 1/31/1990 A 



1 P N M64 
1 P N C49 
4 P U D18 
1 N F25 



1 P 
1 P 
1 P 
1 P 
1 

1 P 
4 



N 

N 

N 

N 

U D13 

N 

N • 



CHH 1 1/28/1990 A 1 P P T44 
S 2 1/09/1990 B 1 P N Yll 
CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 4 L 



N R63 



CHH 1 


1/12/1990 A 


1 


N 317 


H 2 


1/13/1990 C 


1 


N £82 


CHH 1 


1/19/1990 A 


1 


N M70 


cm 1 


1/19/1990 A 


8 


N 


H 2 


1/24/1990 D 


9 


N S82 


CHH 1 


1/27/1990 A 


1 


N M70 



1/03/1990 C 
1/05/1990 C 



3 P P K30 
1 N C60 



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COLD l£AT>ER, U.S. 

BITTER CiSJl, REFIftRY WOES LIFT GASOLINE P-RICES HIiS£R 

COLIS 

FIANT MAY WID KEY TO TREATING COD 

COLLi«DS 

Cai«?riS hCRALD &XD LUCK 

R-OTTEN CCLLARIS ffiT 1990 (FF TO A BAD SlfRT 

COLLEGE EASKETBAa, ROTS AND REGOJiiTIONS 
CK, DEiWi STOP ALL THE TWINING 

COLLEGE BSJLS 

SEE <y.SO CCPFtR HJa. 
Aa Sn^ffiLES IN EOUL S«£S 

COLLEGES, N.C., SPORTS 

f-mk&il MAKING A BIG SRJ>SH AS FRESJ^AN WITH T(« ^£EL3 

COIEGES, U.S., MINORITIES 

SEE PLSO MINORITIES ((E?€RAL f€ADING) 
F1JH.IC, F-RIWTE CAfflJSES IN STATE REPORT INCJ^SES IN KjiCK STUKNTS 

CXOR r«T (FOR FEPALD AND SJN) 

BACK TO BASICS/FODD IN Tf£ '90'S: RETURN TO CLASSIC COOKING 

COLmBIA LWIV. 

UNO, C0L151EIA FU^ TO BUILD »15 HILLIK< TELESCOPE IN ffllLE 

CWOIANS 

•r-Af«£R-OUS BUFFCONERY' 
CG1ICS RIDE RADIO 

cxmasiEfLm fimi 

HIRING RETIF^S MAY EASE LABOR SHCRTA^ 

CffitWNISM 

SEE M^ MARXISM 
T}e DMM OF A reu liORLIi 
INSIGHT/CRACKS IN T}£ SYSTEM 
200 CHANCELLORS CLUB ALIJINI TAU3HT LESSON OH ACAEEMIC GIVING 

CK'WWITY CHURCH OF CKAfB. HILL 

KING BUILT ON NOWIdiJCE LEGACY, HISTORIAN SAYS 

CtMUNITY KITCFE^ (CKAPEL MILL^'CARRBORC) 

SEE ALSO ST. PHILIPS EFlSCCfAL dmxM, SiM- KITO€N 
f£LF' CALLS INCREASE ^EAR aCLTER 
CRIfC, IFC SJCLTER lim NOT VALID, OFFICIAL SAYS 
IFC'S SERVICE DOWffl Oi RISE 

a»WJ?«TY KITOOJ (DLSRHW1) 

SEE ST. PHILIPS EF'ISCCF'AL CHUR-CH, SaP KITCICN 

CO»M«ITY OF BUTNER PLAf^flNG COIMISSICN 
SEE BUT?£R FIANNING Ca*iISSIC»J 

COMMUNITY SERVICE PAROLE 
SEE PAROLE 

Cat«*<ITY SHELTER 

SEE ALSO m?tLESS SFELTER 

MORE SECURITY A I^JST FOR DURHAM LIBRARY 

COffETENa HEARINGS 

COURT RELEASES C»(FESSED KILLER 
VICTIMS' FW1ILIES ANGRY AT ICCISKX 
FREED KILLER TO E£ TREATED IN DURJWt 



S 2 1/02/1990 A 1 N E33 
3 2 1/13/1990 C 1 N 



cm 1 1/01/1990 A 7 N 
Oh 1 1/17/1990 A 4 U 



H 2 1/30/1990 B 1 U M88 

S 2 1/03/1990 D 1 U D18 

H 2 1/14/1990 C 2 U F95 

H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 N 

H 2 1/03/1990 B 1 D N 

a*) 1 1/12/1990 A 5 N 



H 2 1/05/1990 D 8 P P 
H 2 1/05/1990 D 21 U M60 



S 2 1/27/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/02/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/14/1990 D 1 D H 
C») 1 1/29/1990 A 3 P N D38 



a* 1 1/08/1990 A 1 P N H20 



cm 1 1/27/1990 A 3 M N H25 
cm 1 1/27/1990 A 3 N n25 
CJ* 1 1/27/1990 A 3 P N 



S 2 1/11/1990 A 4 E 



a-W 1 1/20/1990 A 1 P N M70 
cm 1 1/20/1990 A 1 N W57 
3 2 1/20/1990 C 1 P N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1990 



N D E X BY 
1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



FRtEIl GRAVETTE NOT JUST— FOX 

COMPUCHEM LABORATORIES 

DRUG TESTING CALLED HIGH.Y ACCURATE 
COMPUOCM PONBERS LAWSUIT 

COMPUTER CHIP 

SHORT-TERMERS CHIP AWAY FUTURE 

COMPUTER FILE (HERALD COLUMN) 

'MANAGING YOUR MO^EY' A POWERFUL FINANCIAL, CHECKBOOK FTOGRAM 

NEW COMPUTER PROIWCTS IDEAS PROLIFERATE _ 

IN SOME SITUATIONS A TRACKBALL BEATS MOUSE IN NAVIGATING AROUND SCREEN 

COMPUTER LITERACY 

A RARE CASE FOR ILLITERACY 

COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV, MEDICAL CENTER, COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, COMPUTER PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C., COfffUTERS 

HOW DO YOU PUNISH A aiTCH? 

TESTING A NEW MEDICAL HELF'ER 

COUNH PLANNING INFORMATION NETWOW 

CON ARTISTS 

SEE FLIMFLAM SOCMES 

CONCERNED CITIZENS IWITED 

EXCELLENCE FOR DURHAM A DREAM OF mm RESIDENTS 
DIVERSE GROUP UOFJ<ING FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE, PEACE 
CITY ACCUSED OF UNFAIR, ILLEGAL LABOR PRACTICES 

CONDITIONAL USE F'ERMIT 

SEE ALSO BUILDING FtRMITS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SPECIAL USE FWMIT 
SEE ALSO ZONING LAWS 

A CONSENSUS ON CONDITIONAL-USE 

WAY TO IMF'RWE SYSTEM ELUDES EVEN CRITICS OF CONDITIONAL-USE 

TIME FACTORS INTO CONDITIONAL-USE PERMIT PROCESS 

ALDER-MAN PONDER BUSINESS INCENTIVES 

CONDOMS 

ENTREFREfCUR BIOLCXJIST STARTS CONDOMS BY MAIL BUSINESS IN TRIANGLE 

CONFEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT ORDER'S OF KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE KU KLUX KLAN 

CONFIDENTIALITY 
SEE PRIVACY 

CONFLICT OF INTERESTS 

UNC OFFICIALS DENY CONFLICTS OF INTEREST IN GRIEVANCE REVIEW 

CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGNS 

SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT (U.S.) 

SEE ALSO SENATORIAL CAMPAIGNS 

SEE ALSO U.S. CONGRESS 

RACE FOR CONGRESS, OTHER OFFICES TO BEGIN 

U.S. REP. PRICE CHALLENGED BY MOORE 

LANCASTER FILES, FACES 100-YEAR-OLD OPPONENT 

PRICE, DOSSEH, CHURCH SEEK SEATS 

VALENTINE SAYS HIS 'SENIORITY' GOOD REASON FOR RE-ELECTION 

PRICE TO SEEK THIRD TERM IN DISTRICT SEAT 

VALENTINE FILES, BEGINS CAMPAIGN FOR 5TH TERM 



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-DATE- 



S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P 



BYL 



CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 3 P N U57 



2 1/26/1990 A 1 N B53 
2 1/31/1990 C 5 N K65 



H 2 1/18/1990 A 4 E 



H 


2 


1/07/1990 D 


S 


U 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 D 


8 


U 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 D 


7 


U 



H 2 1/22/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/23/1990 A 4 E 
CHH 1 1/26/1990 A 10 P N 
S 2 1/31/1990 C 1 N H65 



H 


2 


1/11/1990 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


1/26/1990 A 


6 P N G59 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 C 


1 N R63 



CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 1 P N C42 

CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 1 C N C62 

CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 2 N C62 

CHH 1 1/16/1990 A 1 N C62 



H 2 1/04/1990 C 3 P N K65 



CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 



N S17 



H 


2 


1/01/1990 A 


1 N L40 


H 


n 


1/03/1990 C 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 B 


9 P N 


S 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


1 P N YU 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 P N 


CHH 


1 


1/17/1990 A 


3 P N M70 


H 


n 

C 


1/23/1990 B 


1 N L40 



CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 



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M N T H L Y / A N N U A L INDEX BY SU 
1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



SEE NATIONAL CONGI^SSIONAL CLUB 

CONSERVATION 

SEE ENUIRONMENTAL F'ROTECTION 

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO BUILIiING CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, COSTS 
CONSTR-UCTION IN rilRHAH FOR 1989 JXm 18 PERCENT FROM 1988 BOOM 

CONSU^'£R EDUCATION 

SEE CONSU)€R PRtlTECTION 

CONSUMER PROTECTION 

SEE ALSO N.C. CONSUMER P-ROTECTION DIVISION 
SEE ALSO N.C. HOMEOWCRS ASSOCIATION 
N.C. CONSU^ER PROTECTION AGENCY GETS 350 CAUS A DAY 

CONTINENTAL aUB 

SEE l^Mm CH(WBER OF COI^ERCE 

CONTRACTORS 

SEE BUILDING CONTRACTORS 
SEE MINORITY CONTRACTORS 

CONVENTIONS 

WAL-MART PUIOUT COSTS RALEIGH 

COOKBOOKS 

SEE ALSO FK3D 
NEU COOKBOOK MAY BECOME KITCHEN STAPLE 

COPLEY'S GROCERY STORE 

R-ENOVATED GROCERY BECOMES NEW HOME 

COPPER BOWL 

SEE ALSO COLLEK BCWLS 

'PACK OFFENSE DISAPPEAR-S VS. ARIZONA 
ABSENT OFFENSE SOURS UOLFPACK'S SEASON 
UOLFPACK'S SEASON ENDS WITH CtffftR BOWL LOSS 
FOOTBALL FEAST 

COK'RECTIONS 

SEE ASSOCIATED PRtSS, CORRECTIONS 

SEE DURHAM MORNING HERALD, CORRtCTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS 

SEE rnjRWAM SUfJ, CORRECTiaNS AND CLARIFICATIONS 

CORRUPTION IN GOVERNMENT 
SEE ALSO UHISTLEBLOUER'S 
ANOTHER ChWTER IN GREED 
CRANSTON'S SiL BILL A MISGUIDED F1W0SAL 

COSMETICS 

THE ANIMAL RIGHTS TERR^ORISTS 

COUNCIL OF STATE 

SEE N.C. COUNCIL OF STATE 

COUNCIL OF STATE SEATS 

SEE N.C. COUNCIL OF STATE 

COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, DURHAM COUNTY 
AUSTERITY MEASIMS HIT N.C. COURTS 

COU'RTS, DURHAM COUNTY, OVERCROUDIfW 

JUDGE TO bond: OVER-CROWDING IN COURT NEEDS 'URGENT ACTION' 

COURTS, IW<HAM COUNTY, SECURITY 

U^BARRE wants court guards, armed JUDGES FOR ADDED SECURITY 



J E C T S 



N E 
P D 



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S I T 
E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 1/14/1990 D 



H 2 1/30/1990 C 



H 2 1/26/1990 B 



N C60 



N 



S 2 1/10/1990 C 1 P N S27 
S 2 1/04/1990 A 1 P N E33 



S 2 1/01/1990 D 1 P N F25 

S 2 1/01/1990 D 2 U F25 

H 2 1/02/1990 B 2 P N M64 

H 2 1/31/1990 C 2 P P 



H 2 1/08/1990 A 4 E 
S 2 1/26/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 l/02/'1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/27/1990 A 1 P N SS2 
H 2 1/09/1990 B 1 N S69 
H 2 1/05/1990 C 1 P N 382 



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1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



S U B J E 



DURHAM COURTROOMS NEED EXTRA SECURITY 

COUEOY FILMS 

SEE OLD WESTERN FILM CLUB 

CRACK 

SEE ALSO COCAINE 
AUTHORITIES FIf«l BAGS WITH CRACK 
POLICE LOG/CRACK POSSESSION CHARGE FILED 
A CRACK IN BARRY'S FUTURE 

CREDIT CARDS 

BATTLE OVER CONSUMER CREDIT RATES RESUMES 

CCB MAY MOVE CREDIT-CARD OPERATIONS 

POLICE LOG/3 INJURED IN TRUCK, CAR COLLISION 

COMMISSION SEEKS HIGHER CREDIT-CARD INTEREST RATES 

CREEDMOOR CITY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

INTERGOVERNMENTAL COJNCIL PROPOSED IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

CRESSET CHRISTIAN ACAICMY SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
CRESSET SWEEPS fffiOPS TOURtCY 

CREST ST. 

GULIEY LAW FIRM SUED OVER FEES (CORRECTED) 



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N E 

P D — DATE- 


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


S 2 1/09/1990 A 4 E 



CHH 2 1/05/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/17/1990 A 
H 2 1/22/1990 A 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 1 

S 2 
H 2 



CREST ST. COIWNITY COUNCIL 

LAWSUIT PITS LEGAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM AGAINST CRtST STREET COMM, COUNCIL H 

CRIIC 

SEE ASSAULTS, DURHAM 
SEE MANSLAUGHTER 
SEE MURDER, DURHAM 
SEE MURDER, N.C. 
SEE MURDER, U.S. 
SEE RAPE, DURHAM 
SEE RAPE, N.C. 
SEE ROBBERY, DURHAM 



CRIME RATE, CHAPEL HILL 

BASNIR1T LANE RESIDENTS DECRY CRIME THREAT 

CRIME RATE, DURHAM 

DURHAM'S MURDER RATE IN DECLINE 

CRIME STATISTICS 

SEE CRIME RATE, DURHAM 

CRIME STOPFER'S, DURHAM 
CRIMESTOPPER 

CRIt€STOffERS SEEKS NEWS ON BIVINS ROAD INCIDENT 
ANTI-CRI!€ GROUP SEEKING TIPS ON T^£^ OF AUTOMOBILE PARTS 
CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS HELP ON ROBBERY 
2ND MAN IS CHARGED IN ASSAULT ON OFFICERS 
POLICE LOG/MEN TURN SELVES IN 

CRIME STOFfERS, ORANGE COUNTY 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS INFORMATION ON THEFT 

CRIMES, CHAPEL HILL 

POLICE LOG/TEEN-AGER CHARGED WITH DMI 

AUTHORITIES FIND BAGS WITH CRACK 

POLICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE VM WITH DRUNKEN DRIVI^JG 

POLICE LOG/MYRTLE BEACH MAN CHARGED WITH DUI 

POLICE LOG/DRUG POSSESSION CHARGE FILED 

POLICE LOG/TEST RESULTS LEAD TO DUI CHARGE 

POLICE LOG/PITTSBORO MAN ARRESTED FOR DUI 

POLICE LOG/CRACK POSSESSION CHARISE FILED 

POLICE LOG/DURHAM MAN CHAR-GED WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING 

POLICE LOG/CHARGES FOLLOW ACCIDEhfT 



1/12/1990 C 
1/12/1990 B 
1/23/1990 B 
1/24/1990 A 



1/20/1990 C 
1/23/1990 D 
1/04/1990 A 
1/14/1990 B 



3 N 
10 N 

4 E 



1 N L40 

5 N 

1 N M51 

5 U Oil 



1 N T33 
6 N A76 
1 P N S32 
1 P N S82 



cm 1 1/14/1990 A 



H 2 1/03/1990 A 



3 N M25 
1 N M51 



H 2 


1/16/1990 C 


7 


N 


H 2 


1/22/1990 B 


5 


N 


S 2 


1/22/1990 A 


8 


N 


H 2 


1/29/1990 B 


9 


N 


S 2 


1/30/1990 C 


1 


N B'SS 


H 2 


1/31/1990 C 


1 


N M51 


cm 1 


1/31/1990 A 


3 


N 


cm 1 


1/02/1990 A 


3 


N 


CHH 2 


1/05/1990 A 


3 


N 


cm 2 


1/05/1990 A 


8 


N 


cm 1 


1/08/1990 A 


3 


N 


cm 1 


1/11/1990 A 


8 


N 


cm 1 


1/12/1990 A 


3 


N 


cm 1 


1/14/1990 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


1/17/1990 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 


1/18/1990 A 


8 


N 


CHH 1 


1/19/1990 A 


8 


N 



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1/01/1990 



INDEX BY 
1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



PaiCE LOG/MAN CITED FOR DRUG POSSESSION 

F-OLICE LOG/FLORIDA WOMAN CHARGED WITH DUI 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING 

POLICE LOG/EFLANIi MAN FACES CHARGE OF DUI 

POLICE LOG/TWO CHARGED WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES DUI, WEAPONS CHAR-GE 
HELP CALLS INCREASE NEAR SHaTER 

CRIME, IFC SHELTER LINK NOT VALID, OFFICIAL SAYS 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH DUI, SPEEDING 

POLICE LOG 

POLICE LOG 

CRIMES, DURHAM 

POLICE LOG/GALLERY IN BRIGHTLEAF IS ROBBED 

HOPKINS' CASE DOMINATED MUCH OF LAW ENFORCEMENT NEWS IN '89 

POLICE LOG/THIEVES RtIB BROWNSTONES INN SUNDAY NIGHT 

F-OLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED FOR ASSAULTING THREE OFFICERS 

F-OLICE LOG/GUNMAN TAKES t400 FRW MAN WALKING HIS DOG 

POLICE LOG/'WOMAN STR-UCK, KILLED BY AUTO 

F-OLICE LOG/CONVENIENCE STORE BR'EAK-IN SUSPECT HELD 

POLICE LOG/CHASE ENDS WITH ASSAULT, DUI CHARGES 

POLICE LOG/ CHASE TOPS 80 MPH; DRIVER FLEES 

F-OLICE LOG/MAN CHAR-GED IN 3 ROBBERIES 

POLICE LOG/UOMAN, 77, FATAaY INJURED CROSSIf« STR-EET 

POLICE LOG/ ARREST FOaOUS BRIEF CHASE ON ASFE ST. 

POLICE LOG/BURNING GRASS, HOUSE FIRES MAY BE LINKED 

POLICE LOG/WARRANT ISSUED FOR HOMELESS MAN IN LIBRARY STABBING 

POLICE LOG/FOUR CHARGED WITH ROBBERY IN CREEDMOOR 

POLICE LOG/ICE CREAM STORE ROBBED 

F-OLICE LOG/ARtCn R-OBBERY OCCURS AFTER GLEST OF'ENS APT. DOOR 

POLICE LOG/PinSBORO MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY AT HOME IN DURHAM 

POLICE LOG/THREE ARR-ESTED FOR AHEMF'TQ FELONIOUS LAR'CENY 

POLICE LOG/MAN INJURED IN ROBBERY TRY 

POLICE LOG/2 MEN BEAT OWNER OF VILLAGE TV 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN STABBED TO DEATH SUNDAY DURING ARGUMENT 

piXICE LOG/3 INJURED IN TRUCK, CAR COLLISION 

POLICE LOG/2 TRUCKS, CAR PILE UP AT 1-85 INTERSECTION 

POLICE LOG/MAN IN HOSPITAL FROM SHOTGUN BLAST IN THIGH 

F-OLICE LOG/PRISONER ESCAP-ES IN DOUNTOWf'l 

POLICE LOG/MAN AR'RESTED IN PIZZA HUT SHOOTING 

POLICE LOG/CROUN MANAGER CHARGED AFTER ROBBERY REPORT 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHAR-GED WITH ASSAULT ON OFFICERS TURNS SELF IN 

F-OLICE LOG/R-ESTAURANT EMFIOYEES ROBBED 

2ND MAN IS CHARGED IN ASSAULT ON OFICERS 

POLICE LOG/MEN TURN SaVES IN 

CRIMES, ORANGE COUNTY 

MAJOR CRIMES ON INCR-EASE COUNTY-UIDE 
MAJOR CRIMES ON INCREASE COUNH-WIDE 

CRIMESTOP 

SEE CRIME STOFf-ERS, DIW4AM 

CRIMINAL EVII£NCE 

APF-EALS COURT ALLOWS RAF'E TRAUMA EVIDENCE 

CRIMINAL SUSPECTS 

MAN SOUGHT FOR BLAZE AT CORNUALLIS ROAD STATION 
ARSON SUSPECT 

CR-OOK'S CORNER 

DINING PLEASURES/CR-OOK'S CORNER <AD) 

CROP DAMAGE 

FRUIT LOVERS CAUGHT IN PRICE SQUEEZE 

CROUN EXF-RESS MART (MIAMI BLVD.) 

POLICE LOG/CROUN MANAGER CHARGED ARLR R-QBBERY REPORT 



N E 
P D 

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



—DATE — 

1/21/1990 
1/22/1990 
1/23/1990 
1/24/1990 
1/25/1990 
1/26/1990 
1/27/1-990 
1/27/1990 
1/28/1990 
1/30/1990 
1/31/1990 



1/01/1990 

1/01/1990 

l/02/'199O 

1/03/1990 

1/04/1990 

1/05/1990 

1/06/1990 

1/07/1990 

1/08/1990 

1/09/1990 B 

1/10/1990 C 

1/12/1990 C 

1/13/1990 C 

1/14/1990 B 

1/15/1990 

1/16/1990 

1/17/1990 

1/18/1990 

1/19/1990 

1/20/1990 C 

1/21/1990 B 

1/22/1990 

1/23/1990 

1/24/1990 

1/25/1990 

1/26/1990 

1/27/1990 

1/23/1990 

1/29/1990 B 

1/30/1990 C 

1/30/1990 C 

1/31/1990 C 



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CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 
a-IH 1 1/21/1990 A 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
M N M25 
N M25 
N 
N 
N 



1 N 
1 D N M51 
1 P N 



P N M51 
N M51 
N S69 
N 

N M51 
N 
N 



1 P N M'Sl 



N R63 
N C47 
N M51 
N 

N M51 
N M51 
N M51 
N N36 
N R63 
N M51 
N M51 
N M51 
N M51 
N N36 
N N36 
N C47 
N M51 
N H51 
N M51 
N B53 
N M51 



1 P N U57 
1 P N M70 



S 2 1/12/1990 A 1 N B53 



S 2 1/11/1990 A 1 D N B53 
H 2 1/12/1990 C 3 D N 



H 2 1/05/1990 D 11 P A 

S 2 1/04/1990 A 1 P N 578 

H 2 1/2-3/1990 B 1 N M51 



CRUZ-N-F-ARK (715 HOOVER ROAD) 



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1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D 



CRUZ-N-PARK HAS SOUTHING FOR ALL 
CRUZ-N-PARK APPLAUDED 



DUI 



SEE DRWKEN DRIVING 

DUPAC 

SEE DUKE Ifl^IV. DIPAC PROGRAM , 

DANGERflUS BUFFOONERY <PLAY) 

•DANGEROUS BUFFOONERY,' 1-MAN SHOW, AT DUKE 
'DANfflVOUS BUFFOO^ERY• IS TOO SELF-INDULGENT 

DAY CARE CENTERS 

SEE CHILD CARE CENTERS 

r£AF 

see also sign language 
sermws in sign language spread word of the lord 

dean e. smith student activities center 

usually sedate tar heel fans set ho^e hark 

dear phil (film) 

fate of cau-in shows still up in the air/called off? 

'dear phil' (donatte) choice to celebrate a public tv birthday 

death penalty 

see death sentences, vmm 
see death sentences, n.c, 

death sentences, durham 

brown pleads guilty to lesser offense 
prosecutor: deal with brow was necessary 

DEATH sentences, N.C. 

SEE ALSO LIFE SENTENCES 
UFtHWiCH GETS DEATH SENTENCE; SAYS tC'LL TAKE LIFE BY FASTING 

DEATH SOUADS 

SEE ALSO TERRORISM 
A COffESSION, ALBEIT WEAK 

DEATHS, DURHAM 

F'OLICE LOG/WOMAN STRUCK, KILLED BY AUTO 

DEBUTANTES 

DEBUTANTE BALL BEGINS NEW ERA IN NEW CIVIC CENTER 

DECEMBER 

ERRANT JET STREAM IS BLAICD FOR COLD AND WET ItCEMBER 

'DEER 

CLOSE EhCQUNTERS OF THE WILD KIND IN ORANGE COUNTY 

DEFENSE SPENDING 

SEE MILITARY, BUDGET 

DELTA SIGMA THETA, INC. 

SORORITY KICKS OFF CAMPAIGN TO REGISTER READIf^ VOLUNTEERS 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY, N.C. 

DESPITE THE BLEAK '80'S, 1990 SHOULD FAVOR STATE DEMOCRATS 

DESEGREGATION 

SEE RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 

DIESEL FUEL 

THE TRICKLE UP THEORY OF GAS PRICES 
DIESEL PRICE HIKE SAID HIGHEST EVER 



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S 2 1/16/1990 C 4 P N A76 
S 2 1/16/1990 C 4 J A76 



S 2 1/12/1990 B 5 N 
S 2 1/18/1990 B 11 R BT? 



S 2 1/23/1990 B 1 P F G59 
H 2 1/21/1990 C 2 U L22 



H 2 1/26/1990 D 6 P U M60 
H 2 1/30/1990 A 6 P U U15 



H 2 1/12/1990 A 1 P N S82 
S 2 1/12/1990 B 1 N B53 



H 2 1/31/1990 A 1 N 

H 2 1/12,'1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/05/1990 C 1 N S69 

S 2 1/01/1990 B 1 P F S27 

H 2 1/03/1990 C 3 P P K30 

CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 3 U 

CHH 1 1/29/1990 A 1 P N C62 

H 2 1/07/1990 D 2 U L40 



CHH 1 1/15/1990 A 4 E 
CHH 1 1/17/1990 A 3 N 



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BYL 



DIETING 

SEE WEIGHT COKTROL 

DIETS 

SEE WEIGHT CONTROL 

DILLON FENCE (BAND) 

ALBUHS WITH AN II«>ACT 

DISaOSURE ACT 

SEE CRIMINAL EVIDENCE 

SEE PR'OPERTY DISCLOSURE LAWS 

DISCOVERY LAW 

SEE CRIMIN/y. EVIDEMX 

DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 
HUMAN RELATIONS CffllMISSION MAY TRY TO BYPASS LEGISLATURE 

DO J\£ RIGHT THING (FILM) 

FILM'S MIXED MESSAGE IS A STATEMejT IN ITSEL-^/'DO T>E RIGHT THING* 

DOCTORS. ItGREES 

ACADEMIC PRESSW?ES TOO MUCH TO HANDLE? GET A DOG 

DOG AHACKS 

POLICE LOG/G^«XERY IN BRIGHTLEAF IS ROBBED 

DOG CCNTRO. (INaUIES CATS AND OT}€R ANIMALS) 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHaTER 
SEE ALSO PETS 

COUNH LAW AIMS FOR STRON(£R RABIES CONTR-ffl. 

THE PIGS ARE COMING! 

DOGS 

SEE ALSO FCTS 
FOR XSSE T}£ STRAY, T>C FOURTH TIME WAS THE CHARM 
COMPARISON MIGHT OFFEND MAN'S BEST FRIEND 
TALKING DOG ANIi ITS OWNER TO APF€AR IN COMMERCIW-S 
APS TELLS YOUNG HOW TO TAKE THE BITE OUT OF DOGS 
ACADEMIC F-RESSLKES TOO MUCH TO HANDLE? GET A DOG 

DOGWOODS 

ACID RAIN THREATENS STATE FLOWER OF N.C. 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO BATTERED 1«MEN 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABLSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 
SEE ALSO INFANTICIIC 
SEE ALSO FFIO-ARREST FtlLICY 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES SWDULD HAVE 'PRO ARREST' FIDLICY 

COUPLE HAD VIOLENT HISTORY, RECORIiS SHOW 

PROTECTION FOR BAHERED WOMEN CUTS THROUGH RED TAF'E 

COMPLEX PaRTFAYAL OF FAMILY VIOLENCE 

LOCAL MAN SENTENCED FOR ASSAULT 

THE PATTERNS OF VIOLENT DEATH 

DOMINO'S PIZZA INC. 

CHECKER'S PIZZA aOSES ITS DOORS AFTER' LCSim BID ON UNC CONTRACT 

DRINKING WATER 

SEE WATER QUALITY 



H 2 1/12/1990 D 3 P F H90 



CHH 1 1/12/1990 A 1 P N S17 

H 2 1/19/1990 D 19 P R L59 

CHH 1 1/28/1990 A 3 U 

H 2 1/01/1990 C 1 N 



S 2 1/13/1990 C 1 N H65 
H 2 1/15/1990 B 1 N N36 



CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 3 U 

CHH 1 1/24/1990 A 4 U 

H 2 1/27/1990 A 12 N 

CHH 1 1/28/1990 A 3 P N C62 

CHH 1 1/28/1990 A 3 U 



S 2 1/24/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 


1/02/1990 A 


5 


J 


CHH 1 


1/03/1990 A 


1 


N U57 


H 2 


1/07/1990 B 


1 


N S82 


H 2 


1/07/1990 D 


1 


P R 


CHH 1 


1/18/1990 A 


3 


N 


CHH 1 


1/23/1990 A 


4 


E 



CHH 1 1/22/1990 A 3 N W57 



DRIVER'S LICENSES 
SEE ALSO INSTITUTE 



"OR TFlANSF'ORTATION R-ESEARCH 



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SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 
FORICR POLICE S6T. HOPKINS FACES TWO DRIVING CHARGES 

DRIVING MISS DAISY (FILM) _ ,„„. 

A TREASURE OF A FILM, A LOTK INTO OUR PAST/'DRIVING MISS DAISY' 



H 2 1/18/1990 C 1 N M51 



H 2 1/19/1990 D 16 P R S92 



DRIVING VIOLATI(»tS 

SEE TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 

DROF'OUTS 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, DROPOUTS 

DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO ADDICTION 

SEE iy.SO CHAPS CENTER 

SEE ALSO DRUG OVERIOSE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C., DRUG ABUSE (ALSO DRUG POLICY) 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL, STUDENTS, DRUG ABUSE 
U.S. WAR ON DRUGS DRAUS FRW RTI'S SURVEY, RESEARCH H 

LEGAL DRUGS NOT THE ANSWER, TWRNBURG TELLS N.C. GROUP H 

DRUG ABUSE, PREVENTION 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE RESIDENTS AGAINST DRUGS (GRAD) 

SEE ALSO QUEST PROGRAMS 

SEE (LSD VANCE AGAINST SUBSTANCE ABUSE (VASA) 

U.S. WAR ON DRUGS DRAUS FROM RTI'S SURVEY, RESEARCH 

VANCE RESIDENTS FORMING AGENCY TO FIGHT DRUGS 

DURHAM GETS AIDS GRANT FOR DRUG USERS 

DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAM PRAISED 

MARTIN URGES 'PIPLINE' EFFORT 

HELF'ING USERS BEST UAY TO WIN WAR ON DRUGS 

[!RUG CABINET 

MARTIN URGES 'PIPLIIC' EFFORT 

DRUG DEALERS 

AUTHORITIES FIND BAGS WITH CRACK 
TOOTHBRUSH IN HAND, FUOLE PREPARES FOR PRISON 
AFTER GRADUATION, THEY'LL GO TO PRISON 
DRUG SUSPECT ALLOWED TO WATCH TV 

DRUG OVERDOSE 

SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
DURHAM MAN, 21 IS FOUND DEAD; BROTHER CRITICAL 
OVERDOSE CAUSES PROBED/OF DURHAM BROTHERS 
POLICE LOG/DETECTIVES HAVE SUSF'ECT IN STABBING 

DRUG PREVENTION PROGRAM 
SEE DRUG ABUSE, PREVENTION 

DRUG TESTING 

SEE DURUAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEFT., DRUG TESTING 
SEE DURHAM POLICE DEFT., DRUG TESTING 
SEE URINALYSIS 

DRUGS, ARRESTS 

SEE ALSO MARIJUANA, ARRESTS 
POLICE LOG/GALLERY IN BRI6HTLEAF IS ROBBED 
POLICE LOG/GUNMAN TAKES $400 FROM MAN UALKL'« HIS DOG 
MOONSHINE, DRUGS LEAD TO ARRESTS IN AUMANCE 
MAN INIUCTED IN STABBING 
POLICE LOG/DRUG POSSESSION CHARGE FILED 
POLICE LOG/ARREST FOLLOWS BRIEF CHASE ON ASHE ST. 
TEEN-AGER ARRESTED ON COCAINE CHARGE 
ACREY PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO DRUG, ASSAULT COUNTS 
POLICE LOG/ICE CREAM STORE ROBBED 

POLICE LOG/ ARMED ROBBERY XCURS ARER SJEST OPENS APT. DOOR 
POLICE LOG/CRACK POSSESSION CHARGE FILED 
POLICE ARREST UNC STUDENT ON DRUG, WEAPON CHARGES 



2 1/14/1990 B 
2 1/24/1990 A 



H 2 1/27/1990 A 



CHH 2 1/05/1990 A 

H 2 1/24/1990 D 

H 2 1/29/1990 A 

H 2 1/31/1990 C 



H 2 1/08/1990 B 
S 2 1/03/1990 A 
H 2 1/11/1990 C 



1 N K65 
1 N 



H 2 


1/14/1990 B 


1 


N K65 


H 1 


1/16/1990 C 


1 


N H60 


S 2 


1/19/1990 A 


1 


N H65 


CHH 1 


1/24/1990 A 


3 


N C62 


H 2 


1/27/1990 A 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/27/1990 A 


4 


E 



3 N 

9 N S82 

9 N 

1 N S82 



1 N M51 
1 N 
1 N M51 



H 2 


1/01/1990 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/04/1990 C 


1 


N M51 


H 2 


1/08/1990 B 


7 


N T33 


CHH 1 


1/11/1990 A 


3 


N W57 


CHH 1 


1/11/1990 A 


S 


N 


H 2 


1/12/1990 C 


1 


N R63 


CHH 1 


1/12/1990 A 


1 


N S17 


H 2 


1/13/1990 C 


1 


N S32 


H 2 


1/16/1990 C 


1 


N M51 


H 2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 


P N M51 


CHH 1 


1/17/1990 A 


10 


N 


CHH 1 


1/19/1990 A 


1 


N M70 



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POLICE LOG/CHARGES FOLLOW ACCIIOfT 

POLICE LOG/MAN CITED FOR DRUG POSSESSION 

POLICE LOG/2 TRUCKS, CAR PILE UP AT 1-85 INTERSECTION 

CHAPEL HILL F'OLICE HAKE DRUG AR-R'ESTS AFTER SEARCH 

F-OLICE LOG/CR0«N MAMAGER CHARGED AFTER R-QBBERY REFCIRT 

FtLICE LCB/MAN CHARGED Uim ASSAULT ON OFFICERS TURNS SELF IN 

LCCK THEM UP AND PUT THEM WHERE? 

DEPUTIES TR'Y TO 'STWtf" OUT ILLEGAL DRUGS 

r«UGS, DECRIMINALIZATION 

LEGAL DRUGS NOT TtC ANSWER, TVCRNBU«3 TELLS N.C. GkWP 

DRUGS, TAXES 

SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 
DEPUTIES TRY TO 'STiW OUT ILLEGAL DRtJGS 

DRUGSTORE COWBOY (FILM) 

A TI^E.Y F-ORTRAYAL ff HIGH TIfCS AND LOWLIFES/' DRUGSTORE COWBOY' 

DRUNKEN DRIVING 

SEE fLSQ fSDTHERS AGAINST DRUNKIN ISIVING (MADD) 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SC.HOO. 

POLICE LOG/GALLERY IN BRIGHTLEAF IS ROBBED 

FtLICE mi£ 19 DUI ARRESTS 

POLICE LOG/TEEN-AGER CHARGED WITH DUI 

PO-ICE LOG/POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH IfiUNKEN DRIVIfWj 

FttlCE LOG/CHASE Om WITH ASSAU.T, D«I CHARt5ES 

F-OLICE LDG/MYRn^ BEACH MAN CHARGED WITH DWI 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN, 77, FATALLY INJURED CROSSING STREET 

F-OLICE LOG/TEST RESULTS LEAD TO DWI CHARGE 

MAN CHAR-GOi AFTER CAR CHASE 

POLICE LOG/PinSBORO iMAN AR-R-ESTHi FOR DWI 

F-OLICE LOG/ICE CR-EAM STOR'E R-OBBED 

F-OLICE LOG/ ARMED ROBBERY OCCUR-S AFTER GUEST OP-ENS APT. lOOR 

POLICE LOG/CRACK POSSESSION CHAR-GE FILED 

POLICE LOG/DUR-HAM MAN CHAIMD WITH DR-UWEN DRIVING 

POLICE LOG/CHARGES FOUOW ACCIDENT 

POLICE LOG/MAN INJURED IN ROBBERY TRY 

WEST MAIN WRECK 

ASSISTANT DISTRICT AHORlNEY INJURED IN ACCIDENT SUNDAY 

F-OLICE LOG/FLORIDA WOMAN CHAR-GED WITH DUI 

NOH=-ARKING Z0^£ 

FACING DUI CHARK, ASSISTANT D.A. RESIGNS 

CAR THEFTS, DWI i€T 5- YEAR P-RISGN TERM 

POLICE LOG/TWO CPWRGED WITH WLWEN WIVING 

PUBLIC DRINKING NO LONGER 'COOL,' GROUP' SAYS 

ASSISTANT DA R-ESIGfJS IN FACE OF DUI CHARGE 

F-OLICE LOG/EFLAND MAN FACES CHAR-GE OF DWI 

F-aiCE L(ffi/TUO CHARGED WITH CR-UNKBJ IiRIVING 

POLICE LOG/MAN FACES DWI, WEAF'ONS CHARGE 

POLICE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH DUI, SF-EEIUNG 

WOMAN CHARGED AFTER CAR FLIP-S 

POLICE LOG 

DUI ARR-ESTS SAVE LIVES 

F-OLICE LOG 

DUKE ARTIST SERIES 

SEE DUKE UNIV. ARTISTS SERIES 

DUKE CHRONICLE (fOSPAP-ER) 
SEE ALSO THE CHOMICLE 
KRZYZEWSKI BLASTS STUDENT R-Pp-ORTERS ABOUT COVER-AGE 
butters; 'K'-NEUSPAF-ER maher 'is a NON-ISSUE' 
BUTTER'S : 'K'-NEUSPAFER MATTER- 'IS A NON-ISSl£' 
tar HOLE PAR-ODY MAR-KS DiJKE-UNC BASKETB-ALL CO^frEST 
DUKE'S STUDENT PAP-ER RETUP:NS FIRE AFTER KRZYZEUSKI'S BARRAGE 
COACH K'S CLASSLESS ACT 
K"R-ZYZEUSKI OICS STUItNTS AN AP-OLOGY 
DUKE GROUPS CONSIDERING ACTION OVER- 'NON-ISSUE' 
DUKI GR-OUF-S CONSIDERING ACTION OVER 'NON-ISSUE* 



C T S 






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P D 


S I T 
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— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 

cm 1 

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


1/19/1970 A 
1/21/1990 A 
1/24/1990 C 
1/27/1990 A 
1/28/1990 B 
1/29/1990 B 
1/29/1990 A 
1/31/1990 A 


8 
9 


N 
N 

N M51 
N M70 
N M51 
N M51 
E 
N U57 



H 2 1/24/1990 A 1 N 

cm 1 1/31/1990 A 1 N ii57 
H 2 1/19/1990 D 15 P R S66 



H 2 


1/01/1990 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/01/1990 A 


1 


H Yll 


cm 1 


1/02/1990 A 


3 


N 


CHH 2 


1/05/1990 A 


8 


N 


H 2 


1/07/1990 B 


1 


N M51 


cm 1 


1/08/1990 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


1/10/1990 C 


1 


P N MSI 


CHH 1 


1/12/'1990 A 


8 


N 


S 2 


1/12/1990 B 


1 


N 


cm 1 


1/14/1990 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


1/16/1990 C 


1 


N H51 


H 2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 


P N M51 


cm 1 


1/17/1990 A 


10 


N 


cm 1 


1/18/1990 A 


8 


N 


cm 1 


1/19/1990 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


1/20/1990 C 


1 


N R63 


H 2 


1/22/1990 B 


1 


P P K30 


H 2 


1/22/1990 B 


1 


N M51 


cm 1 


1/22/1990 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


1/22/1990 C 


1 


P P K30 


H 2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 


N M51 


H 2 


1/23/1990 B 


8 


N 


cm 1 


1/23/1990 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


1/23/1990 A 


5 


N 


S 2 


1/23/1990 C 


1 


N 


cm 1 


1/24/1990 A 


10 


N 


cm 1 


1/25/1990 A 


8 


N 


cm 1 


1/26/1990 A 


8 


N 


cm 1 


1/28/1990 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


1/29/1990 B 


-T 


N 


cm 1 


1/30/1990 A 


8 


N 


H 2 


1,'31/1990 A 


1 


C N 


cm 1 


1/31/1990 A 


12 


N 



H 


2 


1/17/1990 D 


1 N M88 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 N !186 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 N N36 


CHf- 


1 


1/18/1790 A 


3 N S17 


S 


9 


1/18/1790 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


? 


1/19/1990 B 


1 P U M88 


H 


? 


1/19/1990 B 


1 N M88 


H 


2 


1/19/1790 B 


1 N N36 



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KRZYZEWSKI DESERVES 'F' FCF POOR DEFENSE 

COACH MEETS AGAIN 

COACH K VS. THE CHRONICLE 

KRZYZEUSKI, STUICNT NEWSPAPER IRON OUT DIFFERENCES 

KRZYZEUSKI, STUDENT NEUSPAP-ER IRON OUT DIFFERENCES 

COACH K CLEANS THE SLATE 

BOARD WILL NOT fOfOE 'K> ISSUE 

DUKE ENDOlff€NT 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., GIFTS AND FUND RAISIfffi 
ENDOWMENT BOOSTS DUKE MINORITY R-ECRUITING 

DUKE FOREST 

DUKE WANTS TO CHECK 8 ^fORE WELLS 
TEST WELLS TO DETERMINE WATER QUALITY 

DUKE HOSPITAL, NURSES 

SEE DUKE UMIV. MEDICAL CENTER, NURSES 

DUKE HOSPITAL NORTH, NURSES 

SEE IiUKE UNIV. >OICAL CENTER, NURSES 

DUKE POWER CO. 

SEE ALSO nUR'HAM TRANSIT 
FUND CUTS WON'T SLOW DURHAM BUS TAKEOVER 
BUS DEAL IS CREEPING ALONG 
DURHAM NATIVE NAMED MANAGER OF DUKE POWER SERVICE RESPONSE 

DUKE POWER CO., EARNINGS 

DUKE POtCR CO.'S '89 EARNINGS UP 

DUKE POWER CO., SALES AND EARNINGS 
SEE DUKE POIER CO. , EARNINGS 

DUKE UNIV., ADMINISTRATION 

FROM SPORTS TO A BOGUS BARON, 1989 A BIG YEAR FK? lUKE 

nUKE UNIV., Tt€ CHRONICLE (DUKE STUDENT NEWSPAPER) 
SEE DUKE CHRONICLE (fCWSPAPER) 

[iUKE UNIV., CLUBS 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CHIfC^ STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

DUKE UNIV., COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTER'S 
IBM DONATES COMPUTERS TO KJKE 



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1/31/1990 


S U B J E C 


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N 
P 


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


JCES 
XCES 


S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/20/1990 A 
2 1/21/1990 C 
2 1/21/1990 D 
2 1/23/1990 B 
2 1/23/1990 B 
2 1/25/1990 A 
2 1/27/1990 D 


4 E 
7 N 
4 T T C50 
2 P N M88 
2 P N N36 
4 E 
1 N N36 



S 2 1/05/1990 B 1 P N 



S 2 
H 2 



1/20/1990 A 1 
1/23/1990 B 3 



N E33 
N 



1/11/1990 A 1 N YU 
1/20/1990 A 4 E 
1/23/1990 A 9 P N 



H 2 1/20/1990 A 8 N 



H 2 1/01/1990 C 1 D N N36 



S 2 1/22/1990 C 1 P N 



DUKE UNIV., CONCERTS 

ENSEMBLE FR^OM SWITZERLAND TO GIVE FREE CONCERT AT DUKE 

CHOPIN IS GRAND IN WAHS' HAND 

THEY AREN'T SELF-SERIOUS OR 'PREACHY,' THEY INSIST/INDIGO GIRLS 

DUKE UNIV., EAST CAMPUS 
STEF'PING UP 

DUKE UNIV., FESTIVALS 
SEE ALSO WINTERFEST 

'CARMINA BURANA' CENTERPIECE IN CONTEMPORARY ARTS FESTIVAL 

DUKE UNIV., FUND-RAISING 

SEE DUKE UNIV., GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 

DUKE UNIV., GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 
SEE ALSO DUKE ENDOUMDJT 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., GRANTS 
DUKE GETS PROPERTY IN DELAWARE RESORT 

DUKI UNIV., GRANTS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., GIRS AND FUND RAISING 
ATiT GIVES DUKE $257,570 FOR SEMICONDUCTOR RESEARCH 



S 2 1/16/1990 B 4 P N 
H 2 1/18/1990 A 6 P R 159 
H 2 1/19/1990 D 5 P U H90 



S 2 1/31/1990 C 1 P P T37 



H 2 1/07/1990 ESN 



S 2 1/27/1990 C 4 N 



H 2 1/03/1990 C 4 N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1990 



INDEX BY 
1/31/1990 



U B J E C T S 



ENDOWCNT BOOSTS DUKE MINORITY RECR■UITI^iG 

rW£ miV., HISTORY 

SEE ALSO DURWyi, N.C., HISTORY 
DUKE EXf-ERIEKCEB BOTH RETREfCHfENT, EXPANSION IN 
LES BROUN KEEPS DEVILS I'AfCING 
RDCMBERING CAiiER'CN'S BEST 
•LITTLE BOY BLUES' THRILLED 'a.ORY BARN' CRWD 



'80'S 



DU<E UNIV., LAUSUITS 

SEE ALSO BUKE LWIV. f€DIC^ CENTER, tOICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 
SEE ALSO LAUSUITS, DURHAM COt^TY 

DLS<E RULING UF+CLD 

P.AhEL CLEAR-S UKE CA^C£R TEST RESE/«a€R: OF FRAUD 

CaRT REINSTATES FIRED DOCTCR"S SUIT AGAIf^T rw£ 

'■iCmi UANTED CESAREAN BIRTH; ALLEGES TWO [CCTOR'S f£K.Ii3Effr 

DIKE UNIV., MINTOITIES (GBCRAL ^£ADIf«;) 
SEE ALSO rUKE UNIV., STUDENTS, BLACKS 
SEE ALSO MIfWRlTIES (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMIfWTIW 

SEE ALSO IMV. (F N.C.-CHAREL HILL, MIM3RITIES (GENERAL HEADL'«) 
QffiO»ENT BOOSTS KM MINORITY RECRUITING 

[iUKE iJNiy., MINORITY STUI£NTS (HD FACLLTY 
SEE WKE LWIV., STUrOTS, BLACKS 

aJKE L^IV., PR'OPERTY 

DUKE (3ETS A PEEK AT F'ROJECT'S F-ROGFfSS 
DIM (£TS PROPER'TY IN DELAWARE RESORT 

DUKE UNIV., RADIOACTIVE «ASTE DISPOSAL 
DIKE UANTS TO CVECK 8 MORE l«U.S 
TEST iiELLS TO I£TERMIf€ WATER QU^ITY 

SJKE UNIV., RAPE 

SEE ALSO RAPE, OKHAM 
F-OLICE LOG/CR-OUN MW^ER CHAR-GED AFTER ROBBERY REPORT 
WtiE SAYS CHAR-GE PENDING IN ASSAU.T 

1-i.iKE IJ^IV., SPEAKERS 

SEE ALSO im£ UNIV. FUQUA SOCOL (F BUSINESS, SPEAKER'S 
SEE ALSO ajKE UNIV. MEDID^ CENTER, SPEAKERS 

HM. AMi'UfCES PROGRAM ON KING 

JB*:iNS, CLEffiNT URGE RE^JEWED BLACK ACTIVISM 

.JENKir«, CLEfOfT UR-C-E REfOED BLACK ACTIVISM 

SANICRS tiMiEI> DUKE SPEAKER 

BUSH AIDES TO SFEAK IN DURHAM 

BUSH AIIE: math education NEEDS PRE-COLLEK FOCUS 

rWE •■JHIV., SF-ORTS 

SEE OJKE UNIV. SPORTS 

IUKE UNIV., STUrefTS, BLACKS 

SEE ALSO tiJKE UNIV., MINCsRITIES ((SJERAL HEADING) 
PUBLIC, PRI'VATE CAMFLISES IN STATE RER-GRT INCREASES IN BLACK STUDENTS 

WJKE UNIV., T}€ATER (INaUICS PLAYS AND SITES) 
^E ALSO REVIEWS, THEATER 

'DANGEROUS BUFFCOfCRY,' l-f-rfVJ SHOW, AT DU<E 

DUKE UNIV. ART fftJSEUM 

SEE ALSO MJKE UNIV. IN'STITUTE OF THE ARTS 
Wf>£ 'SCHO' SERIES RESUMES ON FRIIiAY yiTH KR-UGER EXHIBIT 

DUKE UNIV. ARTISTS SERIES 

COffEUIfiG, STYLISH AMjRE UAHS PLAYS 'MUSIC OF Tf-E ANKLS* 

WK£ mw. ASIAN em African l^iguages and literature 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN LANGUAGES 



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I 

L 

-F-G L 



BYL 



S 2 1/05/1990 B 1 P N 



H 2 1/02/1990 B 1 D N N36 

S 2 1/02/1990 A 1 P N B71 

H 2 1/06/1990 B 2 P U M88 

H 2 1/06/1990 B 2 P N C49 



H 2 1/05/1990 C 2 N 

H 2 1/17/1990 A 1 N N36 

H 2 1/17/1990 C 1 N L40 

H 2 1/24/1990 C 1 N S82 



S 2 1/05/1990 B 1 P N 



1/18/1990 A 
1/27/1990 C 



2 1/20/1990 A 
2 1/23/1990 B 



1 M N N36 
4 N 



N E33 
N 



2 1/28/1990 B 1 N ffil 
2 1/29/1990 C 1 N E53 



s 


2 


1/11/1990 R 


6 N 


H 


1 


1/16/1990 C 


1 N ,^J36 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 C 


1 N R63 


s 


2 


1/20/1990 A 


7 N 


s 


2 


1/20/1990 C 


1 N 


s 


2 


1/25/1990 A 


1 P N E33 



H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 N 

S 2 1/12/1990 B 5 N 

H 2 1/07/1990 E 7 P N D80 

S 2 1/13/1990 B 12 R C58 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



S U B J E 



AT DUKE, A NEU UOfO OF WORDS 

DLKE UNIV. BUSINESS SCHOOL 

SEE DUKE UNIV. FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

DLIKE UNIV. CAMERON STADIl*1 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SF1DRTS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 
REMEMBERING CAMERON'S BEST 
'LITTLE BOY BLUES' THRILLED '6LQRY BARN' CROUD 
MARTIN PROCLAIMS BASKETBALL ARENA A 'STATE TREASURE' 
BASKETBALL ARENA HONORED 
DUKE DUWS CAV<^IERS IN SCRAP AT CAMERON 
DUKE VS. UVA: THE REAL SHOW GETS UNDER WAY 
KRZYZEWSKI'S HOOPSTERS NOT ONLY ONES ON DUKE COURTS 

DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY (CHANGEB TO... STUDIES) 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV, CENTER FOR DOCUMENTARY STUDIES (FORMERLY ...PHOTOGRAPHY) 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHY 
STORIES OF OUR LIVES/NEU DUKE CENTER HEIR TO TRADITION S 

PhOTOS PICTURE LIFE OF BLACKS IN OLD MISSISSIPPI H 



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E 
D ■ 


—DATE — 


S I T 
E L Y 
• C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 C 


1 P N MO 



H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


2 P U M88 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


2 P N C49 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


9 N 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 B 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 C 


1 P N L22 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 C 


1 U H88 


S 


2 


1/16/1990 C 


4 N M06 



DUKE UNIV, CENTER FOR DOCUMENTARY STUDIES (FORMERLY ...PHOTOGRAPHY) 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY (CHANGEB TO.. 
SEE ALSO PHOTCBRAPHY 

STORIES OF OUR LIVES/NEU DUKE CENTER HEIR TO TRADITION 

PHOTOS PICTURE LIFE OF BLACKS IN OLD MISSISSIPPI 

DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR LIVING 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. DUPAC PROGRAM 
DURHAM TOPS STATE IN NOV. CONSTRUCTION 

DUKE UNIV. CHINESE STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

SENATE IPHOLDS BUSH'S VETO OF CHINA BILL 
DUKE'S CHII€SE STUICNTS UPSET OVER VETO 

DUKE UNIV. DIFAC PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR LIVING 
YO-YO DIETS ARE HARMFUL 
HEALTHY FOOD TASTES SUPER 
MOST FRUIT SAFE TO EAT 

DUKE UNIV, EAST CA^FUS 

SEE DUKE UNIV., EAST CAMPUS 

DUKE UNIV. FESTIVAL OF WOMEN IN Tf€ ARTS 
SEE DUKE UNIV., FESTIVALS 

DUKE UNIV. FUaUA SCHOO. OF BUSINESS 

FUQUA SCHOOL TO TRAIN SOVIET MANAGERS 

DUKE UNIV, FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, GRANTS 
IBM M3NATES COMPUTERS TO DUKE 

DUKE UNIV. FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, SPEAKERS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., SPEAKERS 
PUBLISHING CO. PRESIDENT WILL SPEAK AT DUKE 

DUKE UNIV. FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSIhESS CENTER FOR U.S.S.R. MANAGER DEVELOPMENT 
FLiQUA SCHOOL TO TRAIN SOVIET MANAGERS 
RED INK 
NAYLOR: SOVIETS WILL DRIFT TOWARD FREE-MARKET ECONOMY 

DUKE UNIV. INSTITUTE FOR THE ARTS 

SEE DUKE UNIV. INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS 

nUM UNIV. INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS 
SEE ALSO ARTS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV, ART MUSEUM 
RENAISSANCE RUSH AIMS HIS SHOW AT VIEWERS IMAGINATION 



.STUDIES) 

S 
H 



2 1/23/1990 C 
2 1/29/1990 B 



2 1/23/1990 C 
2 1/29/1990 B 



2 1/26/1990 A 
2 1/26/1990 A 



2 1/03/1990 B 
2 1/24/1990 B 
2 1/31/1990 B 



1 P N E33 

1 P N N36 



1 P N E33 
1 P N N36 



S 2 1/25/1990 A 1 N E33 



1 N 
1 P N W60 



1 D N 
1 D U 
1 D U 



H 


2 


1/11/1990 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/22/1990 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/27/1990 A 


9 N 


H 
S 
S 


2 
2 
2 


1/11/1990 C 
1/11/1990 C 
1/27/1990 A 


1 P N 
1 P N 
1 P N E33 



H 2 1/21/1990 E 9 P N D80 



DUKE UNIV. LAW SCHOOL 



-U630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1990 - 



N D E X 
1/31/1990 



BY SUBJECTS 



LAU STUKJfTS OFFER TAX ^BJ=■ 

SALTY LAW l£m SW)CKEIi PISJS tiUKE, AHACKEIi STATUS QUO 

iAM. UNiy. hEiICAL CENTER 

FR-OM SPORTS TO A BOGUS B^'ON, 1989 A BIG Y&« FOR Oj'KE 
H.DOD SWKTA6E CAfCaS ISJKE'S NON-EfCJ^ffi-KY a!R5ERY 
IJfC HOSPITALS ON SCKW^ KSPITE BLOOD SKOftTAS 
PA>€L CLEAh-S liM. Ci^VCER TEST RESEARCHER iT RAUIi 
IWE rOCTW^ PERFCSai ^EW ICART F-R-OCEDURE 

OJKE UNiy. milCPL CENTER, COmjTER-S 
SEE ALS] COmiTERS 
CWPUTER LIf«S HOiCTO^ KJCTORS TO PATIENTS AT Dl*£ 

rW<E WIV. (€DIC<^ CENTER, fCART CENTER 
SEE ALSO i€ART DISEASE 
COiiPUTER LI?«S H&^Cm lOCTORS TO PATIENTS AT DUKE 

BIKE UNIV. fCDICAL CENTER, LAWSUITS 
SEE rW<E l^IU., LAWSUITS 
SEE DIKE \SilV. f&lCfL CEJfTER, HEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

0J<E IJNIU. m>lCfL CENTER', LECT1J<£S 

SEE mjKE Lwiy. muca. center, 'SF-E/y^ERS 

US(£ UNIV. f€DIC«. CENTER, fCDICAL IWJ^RACTICE SUITS 
SEE (^SO [«<E L?JIV., LAWSUITS 
^E ALSt) LAUSUITS, ItURHAH COWTY 
COi^T REINSTATES FIRED lOCTOR'S SUIT AGALNST DIKE 

[iIKE yNIV. tCDICAL CENTER, m^SES 

PATIENTS NOT ILL TO 'REW*' fW<SE 

DLSKE UNIV, fCDID^ CENTER, RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISF-QSAL 
SEE DUKE l^IV., RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL 

IDKE iJJIV. fEDICAL CENTER, SPE(V(ERS 
SEE ALSO DUKE tJ<IV., SPEAKERS 
GLAXO'S SANDERS TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

DIS« UNIV. f*JS£L?1 OF («T 
SEE DUKE UNIV. ART mJSEUM 

im£ UNIV. PREVENTIVE (tff ■ROACH TO CAftDIOL£»Y 
SEE DUKE UNIV. U^PAC PROGR/^ 

UM. UNIV. SOOOL (F EN6I^€ERING 
IBM ICf^ATES CfflffUTERS TO HJKE 

IW<E UNIV. SCHCOL OF LAW 
SEE WJKE l^IV. LAW SCKBL 

[UKE UNIV. SPORTS 

SEE ALSO aJKE UNIV. SFtS^TS, INTRMJRALS 
DIKE TO HOST i€fA fCH 
f^ Bt£R£R LLRES NO^ TRAO,' TO DUKI 
TRACK MEET CCXJLD BE BIG WIN FOR ItlRHAM 
LET'S RW WE RACES ^CRf 

DIKE 'JNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL ((€N) 
SEE ALSO DUKE LWIV. CA^ER•ON STADIUM 
ABDELNABY GETS TOLIGH IN DLKE WIN 
DEVILS FIND CONSISTENT ABI£LnABY? 
DEVILS TO RISK STREAK VS. CAVS 

DEVILS LWK TO CONTI^AJE MASTERY OF CAVALIERS i DEACS, 
REHE^fBERI^«; CAi€R-ON>S BEST 
'LITTLE B-OY EtUES' THRILLED 'GLORY BARN' CR(M! 
maiH F-R-OCLAIMS BASKETBAa ARENA A 'STATE TREASURE' 
DIKE HMS CAVALIERS IN SCRAP AT CAfCROJ 
DUKE VS. UVA: Tt£ F£AL SHOW i3ETS UNDER WAY 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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S I T 
E L Y 
C H=13 L P BYL 



H 
H 

H 
S 



1/16/1990 B 1 N 
l/??/1990 C 1 P U 



1/01/1990 C 
1/06/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 
1/25/1990 B 



2 1/ 



.•1990 C 



D N N36 
N C60 
N S17 
N N36 
N 



2 1/16/1990 B 1 N 



2 1/16/1990 B 1 N 



H 2 1/17/1990 C 1 N L40 
3 2 1/01/1990 C 1 H 

H 2 1/29/1990 B 2 N 



P N 





H 


2 


1/16/1990 B 


1 P N >«8 




S 


2 


1/16/1990 C 


1 P U D13 




S 


2 


1/17/1990 A 


4 E 




H 


2 


1/18/1990 A 


4 E 




H 


o 


1/04/1990 B 


1 P N C49 




S 


n 


1/04/1990 3 


1 P N F25 




S 


2 


1/05/1990 C 


1 B N F25 


HFFl S AT HOI€ 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


2 N L22 




H 


2 


l/CiS/1990 B 


2 P U ^!88 




H 


2 


l/C^/1990 B 


2 P N C49 




H 


2 


1/06/19-90 B 


9 N 




H 


1 


1/07/1990 C 


1 P N L22 




H 


2 


1/07/1990 C 


1 U «88 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1990 



INDEX BY 
1/31/1990 



S U B J E 



BLUE DEVILS BRICKEY OUT 2-4 UEEKS WITH INJURY 

rcyiLS LMK TO HURLEY IN THE CLUTCH 

VIRGINIA'S CROTTY GIVES IUKE FITS 

WJRLEY VS. ANDERSON ON CENTER STAGE 

BLUE DEVILS CLASH WITH JACKETS IN BIG ACC TEST 

BLUE DEVILS SCRAP, HAND TECH ITS FIRST LOSS 

DUKX PICKS TOUGHEST ARENA FOR 'BIGGEST UIN' OF SEASON 

DUKE'S DEFENSE FINALLY THROTTLES JACKETS 

KOUBEK HELPS DEVILS EARN AURA OF VICTORY 

DEVILS' PUZa-£ FALLING INTO PLACE 

BLUE DEVILS, TERPS TANGLE; HEELS HOPEFUL AGAINST VIRGINIA 

'TIRED' BLUE DEVILS UHIP MARYLAND, 91-SO 

ABDELNABY'S MATURITY GIVES DEVILS A LIFT 

KRZYZEUSKI BLASTS STUDENT REPORTERS ABOUT COVERAGE 

DUKE UNC: PROGRAMS PASSING IN THE NIGHT? 

DUKE, UNC MEN IN THE MIDDLE SURFACE FOR CHAF'EL HILL FRAY 

DUKE-IM;/HARD to FIOJRE the odds l#«N OLD RIVALS COLLIIt 

TAR ^£ELS PICK BLUE DEVILS' PK^ITS 

UNC SCALDS DUKE, 79-60 

butters: 'K'-NEUSPAPER matter 'is a NON-ISSUE' 

BUHERS: 'K'-NEWSPAPER MATTER 'IS A NON-ISSUE' 

'THE KING' RULES AS TAR HEELS ROUT DUKE 

BU£ DEVILS CAN'T COPE WITH UNC'S FISSSURE 

DUKE'S STUDENT FtPER RETURNS FIRE AFTER KTOYZEUSKI'S BARRAGE 

COACH K'S CLASSLESS ACT 

KRZYZEUSKI OWES STUDENTS (W APOLOGY 

DUKE GR-CIFS CONSIDERING ACTION OVER 'NON-ISSUE' 

DUKE GROUPS CONSIDERING ACTION OVER 'NON-ISSUE' 

KRZYZEUSKI DESERVES 'F' FOR POOR DEFENSE 

BLLE DEVILS BOUNCE BACK WITH UIN OVER DEACONS 

COACH MEETS AGAIN 

COACH K VS. THE CJTONICLE 

DEVILS REBOUND, DEMOLISH DEACONS 

KRZYZEUSKI, STUDENT NEUSPAPER IRON OUT DIFFERENCES 

K'R'ZYZEWSKI, STUDENT NEWSPAPER IRON OUT DIFFERE3CES 

DEVILS ROa BY INDIANS 

BLUE DEVILS DaiVER GENTLE DRUBBING TO SWENSON'S TRIBE 

DUKE'S HILL QUICK OUT OF THE BLOCKS 

VALVANO HOLDS EDGE ON KRZYZEUSKI 

COACH K CLEANS Tf£ SLATE 

'UNBaiEVABLE' 

DUK"E BACKCOURT STEALS THE SHOW 

DUKE GETS AN 'UNBELIEVABLE' UIN VS. STATE 

IT DOESN'T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS 

SOLE MUSIC 

ACC TO OFFER 'SUPER' WEEKEND 

BOARD WILL NOT PURSUE 'K' ISSUE 

LOVE THOSE CAMERON CRAZIES, BABY! 

WITHOUT KOUBEK'S PERFORMANCE, DUKE WOULD'VE BEEN IN TROUBLE 

BLUE DEVILS SPLINTER YELLOW JACKETS WITH THEIR BENCH 

FILLING Tf€ VOID 

BLUE DEVILS EARN 'SlfER' VICTORY 

HILL'S SURGE IGNITES BLUE DEVILS 

LAETTNER: DUKE'S DOUBLE THREAT 

CAMERON CRAZIES COULD DRAW PENALTY FOR DEVILS 

TOBACCO ROAD TOUGH ON TIGER'S 

DUKE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (WOMEN) 
IT'S MINE! 

DUKE-UNC WOMEN IN BENEFIT 
DUKE, UNC WOMEN HIT COURT FOR CHARITY 
DUKE FRESHMAN MCDONALD BOMBING AUAY FOR BLLIE DEVILS 
MORGAN'S LATE JUMF'ER LIFTS BLUE DEVIL WOMEN 
DUKE, UNC WOMEN FALL 

DUKE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

DUKE'S BARRY WILSON IS MYSTERY MAN 
SPURRIER TO TAKE 3 ASSISTANTS TO FLORIDA 
THE POST-SPURRIER DEVILS 
DUKE FOOTBALL GETS tCU START IN 1990 



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N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— HATE — C ■ 


-PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


1/08/1990 B 


2 P N M88 


S 


2 


1/08/1990 D 


1 P U D18 


S 


2 


1/08/1990 D 


3 P U F25 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 B 


1 P N M88 


S 


2 


1/11/1990 B 


1 P N D18 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 B 


1 P N L22 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 B 


1 N L22 


S 


2 


1/12/1990 C 


1 P N D18 


S 


2 


1/12/1990 C 


1 P U D18 


H 


o 


1/13/1990 D 


1 U L22 


H 


2 


1/13/1990 D 


1 N M88 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 C 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 


1/15/1990 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 D 


1 N M88 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 D 


1 P U L22 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 D 


1 P N L22 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 D 


1 P N F25 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 P N L22 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 N C49 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 N M88 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 N N36 


S 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 P U D18 


S 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


1 P U M88 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


1 N M88 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


1 N N36 


S 


2 


1/20/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


1 N 1 ?7 


H 


9 


1/21/1990 C 


7 N 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 D 


4 T T C50 


S 


2 


1/22/1990 D 


3 P U F25 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


2 P N M88 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


2 P N N36 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


2 N 


S 


2 


1/23/1990 D 


1 P N P52 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 D 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 


1/24/1990 D 


1 N h2b 


H 


2 


1/25/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/25/1990 C 


1 U M88 


H 


2 


1/25/1990 C 


1 P N M64 


S 


2 


1/25/1990 C 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


1/25/1990 C 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 B 


1 P P L38 


S 


2 


1/26/1990 B 


1 D N F25 


H 


■5 


1/27/1990 D 


1 N N36 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 D 


2 P P L38 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 D 


6 L 


H 


2 


1/29/1990 B 


4 P N B40 


H 


n 


1/29/1990 B 


4 U M88 


S 


2 


1/29/1990 D 


4 P U F25 


S 


2 


1/30/1990 B 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 D 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 D 


1 N M88 


S 


2 


1/31/1990 D 


1 N F25 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 B 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


3 P N A76 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


3 N F95 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


2 U F95 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


3 P N F95 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 D 


4 N 



S 2 1/01/1990 D 3 P U D18 

S 2 1/01/1990 D 8 N 

H 2 1/03/1990 A 4 E 

S 2 1/08/1990 A 4 E 



-a630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



STRAHM LEAVES UCU POST, TAKES OVER DUKE DEFINSE 
WILSON INVITES SLAYBEN TO SPRING PRACTICE 
DUKE ALTER'S SCHEDULE 

DEVILISH decision: mcgeorge picks duke 

DUKE UNIV. sports, INTRAHIRALS 
see also DIM UNIV. SPORTS 
K-RZYZEUSKI'S f«30PSTER-S 'ftOl ONLY ONES ON DLfl<E COURTS 

DURHAM, N.C, BOND REFERENDUHS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COJNTY, N.C., BOND REFERENDA 

SEE ALSO REFERENDA 
CAROLINA TtCATRE PLANS WILL BE SCALHi BACK 
POUELL SUGGESTS $145-t1ILLI0N CITY BOND REFERENDUM 
MANAGER FtBES J145 MILLION IN CITY BONIS 
STADIUM BOND ISSUE MAY GROU BY $480,000 
COUNCIL SHOULD LIMIT SPENDING ON TVCATER 
SCALING DOWN CAROLINA T}€ATRE 
WEAST SEEKS $120 MILLION IN BONIS (CORRECTED) 
DELAYS ON STADIUM CAN BE VERY EXPENSIVE 
BUas: BARGIN RENEWAL FtAN 
AVOIDING TAX INCREASE FOCUS OF CITY HEARING 
HEARING SET ON BUDGET, BOhff) ISSl£ 
CITY COJNCIL JCAR'S MONEY REOtESTS, BOND PACKAGE ADVICE 
CITIZENS SPEAK OUT FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING 
DURHAM'S BOND ISSUE COULD TOP $236 MILLION 
CITY SHOULD SEPAR'ATE VOTING ON BOND ISSUES 
bell: SCHOOL BONDS TOO COSTLY 
SCHOOL BOARD OKS BUILDI^ffi PLAN 
WRHm MAY DELAY BOND REFERENDUM 
VOTE FOR NEW STADIUM IMPORTANT TO DURHAM 

DURHAM, N.C., BONDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY", N.C., EONDS 
COMMISSIONERS SET BUDGET FOR ^JEW SPORTS STADIUM 
AFFORDABLE HOUSING STILL ON AGENDA FOR BOND USE 

DURHAM, N.C., BUDGET 

SEE ALSO riURHAM CIH COUNCIL, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, FINANCE COMMITTEE 
CITY REJECTS LOAN, FAVORS LEASING HERITAGE SQUARE 

DURHAM, N.C, BUSES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM TRANSIT 
POLICE LOG/CONVENIENCE STORE BREAK-IN SUSPECT HELD 
FUND CUTS WON'T SLOW HJR'HAM BUS TAKEOVER 
BUS DEAL IS CREEPING AL0^«3 
CHANGING LCDF' PATH TOO EXPENSIVE A RISK 

DURlHAM, N.C, CAPITAL IhS^ROVEMENTS PROGRAM 

SEE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT F'R'OGRAM, DURHAM (CIP) 

[IIRHAM, N.C, CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION 
SEE IWRHAM, N.C, HISTORY 

DURHAM, N.C, CITY EMPLOYEES, DRUG ABUSE AND TESTING 
SEE ALSO URINALYSIS 
DL5?HAM F'OLICE FACE RANDOM DRUG TESTS 

DURHAM, N.C, CONTRACT BIDDING 
SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 
HAYTI CORf . EXPECTED TO ASK $42,000 FROM CITY 

DURHAM, N.C, DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, GROWTH DEVaOF'MENT 
CHANGING TIMES 

BLACKS CONTINUE 10 INVEST IN DOUfJTOUN REVITALIZATION 
MORE DOWNTOWN RECYCLING 
BUaS: BARGIN RENEWAL PLAN 
DUKE GETS A PEEK AT PROJECT'S PROGRESS 



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H 2 1/12/1990 B 1 P N C49 

H 2 1/21/1990 C 2 U C49 

S 2 1/24/1990 D 1 N 

H 2 1/30/1990 B 1 P N B40 



2 1/16/1990 C 



H 2 1/06/1990 B 

S 2 1/11/1990 A 

H 2 1/20/1990 A 

S 2 1/22/1990 A 



2 1/25/1990 A 



N M06 



H 


2 


1/05/1990 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 C 


1 N R63 


S 


2 


1/05/1990 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


1 P N S69 


S 


2 


1/08/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


1 N Yll 


s 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 C 


1 N R63 


S 


2 


1/12/1990 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


2 N R63 


s 


O 


1/17/1990 A 


1 N C61 


S 


2 


1/22/1990 A 


1 N C61 


S 


? 


1/23/1990 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/24/1990 A 


1 P N Yll 


S 


2 


1/24/1990 A 


1 N Yll 


S 


2 


1/26/1990 A 


1 N C61 


S 


2 


1/30/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 N S69 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 N H65 



H 2 1/05/1990 A 1 N R63 



1 N 

1 N Yll 

4 E 

4 E 



N B53 



H 2 1/04/1990 C 1 N R63 



s 


2 


1/04/1990 C 


1 P P 


H 




1/07/1990 D 


5 U 


H 


7 


1/10/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


O 

£• 


l/lS/1990 A 


1 M N N36 



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AfERICAN CAmJS/PLAN UNVEILED FOR DOWNTOWN 

DURHAM, N.C, DOWNTOWN LtBF 
SEE DURHAM, N.C., "LOOP" 

DURHAM, N.C., ELECTIONS 
SEE ELECTIONS, [4JRWt« 

DURHAM, N.C. , FILM MAKING 
SEE ALSO N.C, FIUWlKING 
NEW DURHAM FILM COMPANY CHALLENGES HOLLYWOOD 

DURHAM, N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, MAJOR PROJECTS ORDINANCE 
SEE ALSO POPLLATION, DURHAM 
TRIANGLE J COUNCIL REPORTS ON 8 REGIONAL 'DETRACTIONS' 

DURHAM, N.C, HAYTI SECTION 

SEE ALSO ^£RITAGE SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER 
PLAN^€RS CAa FOR CITY TO LEASE SPACE IN HAYTI 
WAGERING TO PROTECT BIG ANTE 

DUR'HAM, N.C, HISTORY 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., HISTORY 

SEE ALSO THE WAY WE WERE (COLUW) 
COUNTRY CLUB WEATHERED THE GREAT DEPRESSION 
'STEPCHILD' IMA(£ SHIRS TO RESEARCH, HEALTH 
CHANGING TIMES 

'TIS THE SEASON FOR MEMORIES OF BREAK-INS, PLAY AT DRAFTY GYMS 
DUR'HAM 'S CARR HELPED FOUND FAMOUS COASTAL RESORT 
SALTY LAW DEAN SWTKED PIOUS DUKE, ATTACKED STATUS QUO 

DURHAM, N.C, HOLIDAYS 

CITY PLANS KING HOLIDAY JAN. 15 
ACTIVITIES TO MARK KING HOLIDAY 
GOVERNMENT OFFICES CLOSE FOR HaiDAY 

DURHAM, N.C, IMAGE 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK OUTREACH PROGRAM 
'STEPCHILD' IMAGE SHIRS TO RESEARCH, HEALTH 
INCREASING RATE OF RTP NEWCOMERS CHOOSING DURHAM HOMES 

DURHAM, N.C, "LOOP" 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, OUTER LOOP 
SEE ALSO HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION 

ALTERED ENO DRIVE PLAN SPAWNS SECOND OFfOSITION GROUP 

ALTERNATE ENO LOOP MAY ENDANGER CITY ROAD FUNDS 

CHANGING LOOP PATH TOO EXPENSIVE A RISK 

PANEL URGES ENO ROUTE PROTECTION 

COUNCIL TO GUARD CORRIDOR OF FIRST ENO DRIVE LOOP 

DURHAM, N.C, MAJOR PROJECTS ORDINANCE 

SEE ALSO DLIRHAM, N.C, GROWTH DEVELOFtlENT 
SEE ALSO WJRHAM, N.C, ORDINANCES 

PROJECTS PANEL DICKERS OVER TRAFFIC RULE 

ERWIN SQUARE DEVaOPERS SEE NOOSE IN ORDINANCE 

PROPOSED ZONING RULE UNFAIR TO DEVELOPERS 

WHO'S THE MAYOR NOW? 

DEVELOPER'S PLAN SPARKS HEIGHT SPAT 

DURHAM, N.C, MAYOR'S OFFICE 
SEE ALSO MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS 
WHO'S THE MAYOR NOW? 

DURHAM, N.C, NAACP 

SEE NAACP, DURHAM CHAPTER 



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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H 2 1/18/1990 C 7 P P T37 



H 2 1/05/1990 D 3 P F B71 



H 2 1/03/1990 C 1 P N K65 



S 2 1/05/19V0 A 3 N 
H 2 1/21/1990 D 4 E 



1/01/1990 C 
1/04/1990 C 
1/04/1990 C 
1/14/1990 B 
1/15/1990 C 
1/29/1990 C 



V 

N E33 
P 

U N36 
U 
U 



1/07/1990 B 7 N 
1/10/1990 C 10 N 
1/12/1990 B 1 N 



2 1/04/1990 C 
2 1/21/1990 B 



1 N E33 
1 N C60 



1/13/1990 
1/18/1990 
1/22/1990 
1/30/1990 
1/30/1990 



N R63 
N C61 
E 

N R63 
M N C61 



s 


2 


1/10/1990 B 




N C61 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 A 




N R63 


s 


2 


1/12/1990 A 




E 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 D 




E 


S 


2 


1/24/1990 C 




N C61 



H 2 1/14/1990 D 4 E 



DURHAM, N.C, ORDINANCES 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, 



MAJOR PROJECTS ORDINANCE 



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CITY GIVES a< FOR SD£R LIf€ NEAR RESERVOIR 

DURHAM, N.C., OJTER LOP 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., "LOOP" 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MASTER TWJROUGHF(«£ FIAN 

SEE ALSO HI&WAY CONSTRUCTION 

ALTERED B-tO DRIVE FIAN SF'AWNS SECOfJD OPPOSITION GRfiUP 

DOT NIXES ALTER'NATE ENO DR'IVE PROPOSAL 

ALTERNATE ENO LOOP MAY ENIiWGER CITY ROAD FUNDS 

FR€M SAND TO QUICKSAND 

CHANGING LOiF PATH TOO EXPENSIVE A RISK 

PiWEL UR^GES ENO ROUTE PR1DTECTI0N 

COU?CIL TO mtftS CORRIDOR CF FIRST ENO DRIVE LOOP 

KJRHAM, N.C, PARKING 

SEE PARKIfffi SPACES, (»J-STRECT 

DURHAM, N.C, PUBLIC UTILITIES 

SEE WATER ANIi SEWER RATES, lUWAM 

DURHAM, N.C, ZONING 
SEE ZONING LAWS 

DUR'HAM ACADEMY 

M^AM ACADEMY SECOND-GRADERS LB«NING ABClfT MONEY FROM FIRST UNION BAM< H 

DLIRHAM ACADEMY, STUDENTS 

TOY STORE LARGEST IN CITY/PRO>£CT BY ACADEMY SECONDS-GRADER'S H 



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E 
D - 


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S I T 
E L Y 
C -F'G L P BYL 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 C 


1 N R63 



H 


2 


1/13/1990 C 


I N R63 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 A 


M N R63 


S 


n 


1/18/1990 A 


N DSl 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 D ' 


■ E 


S 


2 


l/22.a'?90 A ' 


' E 


H 


2 


1/30/1990 A 


N R63 


S 


2 


1/30/1990 A 


M N C61 



DURHAM ACADEMY SPWTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 

DWWAM ACAItMY DOWS UINLESS SOUTH S^ANVILLE 
DUR-HAM ACADEMY ENDS SKID UITH WIN AT SOUTH GRANVILLE 

Dl^^HAM ARTS COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO fWTS, OJRttW 
SEE ALSO EMER'GING ARTISTS PRtK5RAM 
SEE ALSO TRIANON ARTS PLANNING CONSORTIUM 

i^JTS CO-ifCIL TEAMS \Jf WITH PINECONE IN SERIES 

lifR-HAM SLANTS fMTUFf EMEFCING ARTISTS 

ARTS COJNCIL HONOR'S 14 AS EMERGING ARTISTS 

FROM GRASS ROOTS TO AN ESTABLISHMENT 

ARTS COWCIL OFFERS KID'S THEATER CLASS 

DURHAM ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 

DURHAM BOARD OF EDIX:ATI0N ANU LEAR:NIh«3 
SEE DURrtW CITY BOARD OF ELATION 

DURHAM BOARD OF REALTORS 
S£E ALSO REAL ESTATE FIRMS 
rCU iDFFICER'S 

dur'ham blu-s 
see also basebaa park, duww1 
forher bulls player dies 
delays on stadium can b'e very expensive 
bulls: bargin renewal F'LAN 

COUNTY 1«VES toward BONDS FttR STADIW 

NO Bill: JAPANESE GR'OUP INTERESTHi IN DURHAM FR'ANCHISE 

DURHAM BALLPAR-K BACK'ERS STW<T CAMPAIGN 

VOTE FOR f€W STADIUM IKfORTANT TO DURHAM 

IllRHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK OUTR'EACH PR-06RAM 
EKJCATION IS Dl.RHAM'S TOP CONCERN 
CHAMBER PLANS BENNETT TAU 

INCREASING RATE OF RTF' NEWCOMERS CHOOSING IWtHAM HOMES 
PUBLIC EIiUCATION PARTNERSHIPS PICKS EF'A FIRST 
CHAMBER, «MBER COMPANY STiUARE OFF 



2 1/21/1990 B 3 N C60 
2 1/27/1990 C 1 P N WiO 



2 1/11/1990 B 3 N 
2 1/11/1990 B 4 P N F'52 



H 


2 


1/05/1990 D 


7 P R M60 


S 


2 


1/05/1990 B 


1 P N B71 


H 


2 


l/09/r?90 A 


6 P U WIS 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 E 


1 P N Zll 


H 


'% 

i. 


1/30/1990 C 


3 N 



S 2 1/15/1990 B S P P T44 



S 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


7 


P 


s 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


■t 


E 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 A 


4 


E 


s 


2 


1/16/1990 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 D 


I 


P N fffiS 


S 


2 


1/27/1990 A 


1 


N E33 


s 


2 


1/30/1990 A 


t 


E 


s 


2 


1/03/1990 A 


1 


N E33 


H 


2 


1/04/1990 C 


1 


P N 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 B 


1 


N C60 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 B 


1 


N U60 


H 


o 


1/31/1990 A 


1 


N S69 



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DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
10 APPOINTED TO DURHAM CHAMBER BOARD 

DURHAM CHILDREN'S MUSEUM 

SEE N.C. «JSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE 

DURHAM CITY BOARD CF QiUCATION 
SEE ALSO mJRHAM, N.C, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO lAMm CITY SCHOOLS, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE 

Y.E. SMITH SCHOOL PARENTS CALL ELLIS SWITCH A BLUNDER 

SMITH SCHOOL PARENTS CALL ELLIS TRANSFER A 'BLUNDER' 

HfflES OR Sa«»L IS CHOICE THAT MAY FACE EAST ENDERS 

CITY SYSTEM C0»1ITTEE STUDIES MAGNET SCHOOLS 

FLU KEEPS SCHOOL ATTENDANCE DOWN 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD ADOPTS BUILDING PLAN 

SCHOra. BOARD OKS BUILDING PLAN 

SECRECY WON'T SOLVE ATTENDWCE PROBLEM 

SCHOO. STAFF MAY RECEIVE PAY CHANGES 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD MAY ADOPT STATE SALARY SCfCDULE 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL 

PLANNERS CALL FOR CITY TO LEASE SPACE IN HAYTI 

COUNCIL SHOJLD LIMIT SPENDING ON TVEATER 

WHO'S TtC MAYOR NOW? 

WILLIAMS RECANTS, TO STAY ON COUNCIL 

CITY COUNCIL GIVES NOD TO HERITAGE SQUARE LEASE 

WILLIAMS INTENDS TO FINISH TERM 

cm COUNCIL HEARS MONEY REQUESTS, BOND ?(€KP^ ADVICE 

CITIZENS SF'EAK fflJT FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING 

ASSAULT CHARGE SFIITS COUNCIL ON TAXI PERMIT 

CITY GIVES OK FOR SEWER LINE NEAR RtSERVCIR 

ALTERNATE ENO LOOP MAY ENDANGER CITY RBAD FIMS 

KCISION IS REVERSED ON TAXI -PERMIT EtNIAL 

COUNCIL RaUCTANTLY OKS TREYBURN SEWER LI^£S 

ABSENT CITY COUNCIL PAIR PROTEST CHANGED VOTES 

FRt)M SAND TO QUICKSAND 

WAGERING TO PROTECT BIG ANTE 

ODD RULES, MISCHIEF BRING JUSTICE 

COUNCIL SHOULD REJECT WORKERS BILL OF RIGHTS 

DURHAM MAY DELAY BOND REFERENDUM 

COUNCIL VOTES THIS WEEK ON HERITAGE SQUARE DEAL 

PANEL URGES ENO ROUTE PROTECTION 

TRl£ VALUE SITE MAY BE LEASED TO BUSINESSES, NON-PROFIT AGENCIES 

EXPANDED LITTLE RIVER MEETINGS PLANNED 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, BUDGET 
HEARING SET ON BUDGET, BOND ISSl£ 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, FINANCE C0W1ITTEE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, BUDGET 
CITY REXCTS LOAN, FAVORS LEASING HERITAGE SQUARE 
POWELL SUGGESTS *145-MILLI0N CITY BOND REFERENDUM 
BFI PROPOSES BUILDING, RUNNING COUNTY LANDFILL 
MAN SAYS PaiCE RACIALLY MOTIVATED IN STOPPING HIM 
POLICE STOP BASED ON SKIN COLOR DRAWS F'RQTEST 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, PUBLIC WORKS COmiTTEE 

COUNCIL PANEL OKS CONTROVERSIAL SEWER LINE FOR TREYBURN 

NO-SMOKING ISSUE TABLED 

TREYBUR-N SEUER LI^^E GETS PANEL'S NOD 

WILLIAMS RECANTS, TO STAY ON COUNCIL 

WILLIAMS INTENDS TO FINISH TERM 

COUNCIL TO GUARD CORRIDOR OF FIRST ENO DRIVE LOOP 

MAIN STREET MAY RETURN TO FREE PARKING 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, SCHOOL SEMINAR'S 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS 



H 2 1/10/1990 C 10 N 



H 2 

S 2 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 



S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

CHH 1 



1/09/1990 A 

1/09/1990 A 

1/19/1990 B 

1/23/1990 B 

1/23/1990 

1/24/1990 

1/24/1990 

1/24/1990 

1/30/1990 

1/31/1990 



1/05/1990 
1/08/1990 
1/14/1990 
1/16/1990 
1/17/1990 
1/17/1990 
1/17/1990 
1/17/1990 
1/17/1990 
1/18/1990 
1/18/1990 
1/18/1990 
1/18/1990 
1/20/1990 
1/21/1990 
1/21/1990 
1/21/1990 
1/25/1990 
1/26/1990 
1/2-9/1990 
1/30/1990 
1/30/1990 
1/30/1990 



1/05/1990 A 
1/05/1990 C 
1/26/1990 C 
1/26/1990 C 
1/26/1990 C 



1/09/1990 B 
1/09/1990 B 
1/09/1990 A 
1/16/1990 A 
1/17/1990 C 
1/30/1990 A 
1/31/1990 C 



1 

1 P 
1 
1 

1 P 
1 

1 P 
4 



N C47 
N YU 
N 

N W60 
N Yll 
N U60 
N Yll 
E 

N Yll 
N U60 



N 
E 
E 

N C61 
N R63 
N 

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

U A20 
E 

N C61 
N C^l 
N R63 
N C60 
N M20 



S 2 1/12/1990 B 1 N 



N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N R63 
N C61 



N R63 

N R63 

N 

N C61 
P N 

M N C61 
P N C61 



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IiURHAM CITY COUNCIL, VOTING RECORDS 

COUNCIL OKS BUYING BALLPARK SITE OPTION 

DURHAM CITY HALL, COUfCIL CHAMBER 

CITY COUNCIL GIVES NOD TO HERITAGE SQUARE LEASE 

DURHAM CITY LANIf ILL 

SEE ALSO GARBAGE COLLECTION, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO LANIf ILLS, N.C. 

DURHAM LANIf ILL GETS CHRISTMAS BREAK 

DURHAM'S BOND ISSUE COULD TOP $236 MILLION 

BFI PROPOSES BUILDING, RUNNING COUNTY LANDFILL 

DURHAM MAY DELAY BOND REFEReiDUM 

DUR'HAM CITY SCmOLS 

SEE ALSO BUSIICSSES, DURHAM, SCHOOL SUPPORT 
CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS DISAO^ ON CHANNEL 1 
CITY STUDENTS GET OUT EARLY WEDNESDAY 

DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, ADMINISTRATION 

SCHOOL STAFF MAY RECEIVE PAY CHANGES 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD MAY ADOPT STATE SALARY SCHEDULE 

DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, ATTENDANCE 

FLU KEEPS SCHOOL ATTENDANCE DOWN 

DUR'HAM CITY SCHOOLS, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY BOARD Cf EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUMTY SCHOOLS, BUDGET 
EmCATORS TO MULL SPENDING BONUS MONEY 

DURHAM cm SCHOOLS, BUILDING PROJECTS 

4 PUBLIC HEARINGS SET ON CITY SCHOOLS CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS 

HEARINGS ARt SET ON SCHOOL FIANS 

SITE SEARCH DELAYS PLANS FOR NEU EAST END SCHOOL 

Cin SCHOOL BOARD ADOF'TS BUILDING PLAN 

SCHOOL FUNDING QUESTION STILL WtfCS IN BALANCE 

SCHOOL FUWS NEED REVIEW 

DURHAM CITY SCHOaS, CLOSINGS 

GROUP FAVORS KEEPING UAHS SCHOOL 

4 PUBLIC HEARINGS SET ON CITY SCHOOLS CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS 

DURHAM cm SCHOOLS, COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM 
DURHAM CITY COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM (AD) 

DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, COMPUTER PRtlGRAM 
SEE ALSO COMFUTERS 
LAMUOOD LINKS COMPUTER'S, READING WITH WORK BY PARENTS, STUDENTS 

DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, IiROPOUTS 

SEE ALSO UALLTOUN EDUCATIONAL ADVANCEMENT CENTER 
A CHANCE FOR CHOICES 

DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, DRUG ABUSE 

DURHAM GETS AIDS GRANT FOR DRUG USERS 

DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, EMPLOYEES, SALARIES 
SCHOOL STAFF MAY RECEIVE PAY CHANGES 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD MAY ADOPT STATE SALARY SCHEDULE 

DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, K3ALS AND PLANNING 
EDUCATION IS DURHAM'S TOP CONCERN 

DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, GRANTS 

CITY-COUNTY SCHOOLS BID FOR »30 MILLION GRANT 
MITSUBISHI AIDS CITY, COUNTY TEACHING TEAMS 
MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHER TEAMS RECEIVE GRANTS 



H 2 1/03/1990 A 1 C N R63 
H 2 1/17/1990 C 1 C N R63 



S 2 1/08/1990 A 1 N YU 

S 2 1/22/1990 A 1 N C61 

H 2 1/26/1990 C 1 N R63 

S 2 1/26/1990 A 1 N C61 



H 2 1/20/1990 C 2 N C47 
S 2 1/27/1990 B 2 N 



S 2 1/30/1990 A 1 N YU 
H 2 1/^1/1990 C 1 N U60 



2 1/23/1990 A 1 N Yll 



S 2 1/06/1990 C 1 N Yll 



H 2 1/07/1990 B 1 N C47 

S 2 1/08/1990 A 6 N Yll 

H 2 1/19/1990 A 1 N C47 

H 2 1/24/1990 A 1 C N U60 

H 2 1/25/1990 B 1 N C47 

H 2 1/26/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/06/1990 A 1 N Yll 
H 2 1/07/1990 B 1 H C47 



H 2 1/02/1990 A 12 D A 

S 2 1/08/1990 A 1 P N Yll 

S 2 1/20/1990 C 1 P N Yll 

S 2 1/19/1990 A 1 N H65 



S 2 1/30/1990 A 1 N Yll 
H 2 1/31/1990 C 1 N W60 



S 2 1/03/1990 A 1 N E33 



H 2 1/06/1990 A 10 N C47 
S 2 1/22/1990 A 3 N 
H 2 1/25/1990 B 5 N 



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DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, HIGH SCHOOLS 
SEE DURHAM HIGH SCHOOL 
SEE HILLSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 

DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, JJNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 
SEE HOLTON MIDDLE SCHOOL 

DURHAM CITY SCHOaS, "MAGNET SCKJOL CONCEPT" 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, TASK FORCE RECOMhENDATIONS 
CITY SYSTEM COMMIHEE STLIDIES MAGNET SCHOOLS 
FLU KEEPS SCHOOL ATTENDAMIE IBWN 

DURHAM CITY SOfflOLS, ^ERGER 

SEE DURHAM CITY/COU«ITY SCTOOLS, ICRGER 

DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, PRINCIPALS 

SMITH SCHOOL PARENTS CALL ELLIS TRANSFER A 'BLUNDER' 
DR. EUIS ASKS FOR CHANCE TO PROVE ABILITY TO GROUP 

DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO DURWiM COUNTY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 
PLAN TO USE TRAILER RILES PUPILS' PARENTS 

DURHAM Cin SCHOJLS, SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
FAISON'S LEADERSHIP ABILITY ALSO ON THE LINE 

DURHAM cm SCHOffl-S, TASK FORCE RECOifllENDATIONS 

SEE ALSO DUWAM CITY SCHOOLS, "MAGfCT SCHOOL CONCEPT" 
SEE ALSO "VrnXR ISSl£ TASK FORCE" 
GROUP FAWRS KEEPING UAHS SCHOOL 
4 PUBLIC fCARINGS SET ON CITY SCHOO-S CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS 



DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, TRAILERS 

PLAN TO U^ TRAILER RILES Ptfl^ILS' 

DURHAM CITY WATER AND SEUER 

SEE WATER AND SEUER LINES, KJRHAM 



PARENTS 



DURHAM CITY/COUNTY SCHOOLS, MERGER 
SEE ALSO "MER«ER ISSUE TASK FORCE" 
SEE ALSO MERGERS AND TAKEOVER'S 

MERGER ISSUE DOMINATED DURHAM'S 1989 EDUCATION ISSUE 

BETTER SCHOOLS REQUIRE ACTIONS, NOT JUST WORDS 

SCHOOL BUILDING FIANS SHOULD CONSIDER MERGER 

STATE PRAISES DURHAM SCHOO. FIAN 

CCMMIHEE FAILS TO CHOOSE MERGER CONSULTANT 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER SAYS MERGER STUDY IS 'UNTIMELY' 

DURHAM COMMUNITY KITCHEN 

SEE ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL CrtJRCH, SOUP KITCHEN 

DURHAM COUNTY, N.C., BOND REFERENDA 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., BOND REFERENDUMS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOaS, BOND ISSUES 

COUNTY TO PONDER STADIUM BONDS 

COUNTY OK'S BUDGET BOOST FOR BALLPARK 

CLARIFICATION 

*122.6 MILLION SCHOOL BUILDING PLAN GETS BY DURHAM EDUCATION BOARD' 

SCHOOL OKS BUILDING PLAN 

TAXP'AYERS CAN HELP IMF'ROVE PUPILS' FUTURE 

COUNTY FACES BIG REQUESTS 

$11.28 MILLION BOND ORDER FOR NEW STADIUM APPROVED 

COUNTY MOVES TOWARD BONDS FOR STADIUM 

ill. 28 MILLION BOND ISSUE FOCUS OF ^iO^)DAY'S HEARING 

COMMISSIONERS REJECT CRITICISM ON BOND PRIORITY 

COUNTY ADOPTS BALLPARK VOTE 

CITY SHOULD SEPARATE VOTING ON BOND ISSUES 



S OK 



2 1/23/1990 B 
2 1/23/1990 A 



2 1/09/1990 A 
2 1/10/1990 A 



2 1/06/1990 A 
2 1/07/1990 B 



1 N W60 
1 N Yll 



1 N Yll 
1 N C47 



S 2 1/09/1990 B 1 P N Yll 



S 2 1/13/1990 A 1 E 



1 N Yll 

1 N C47 



S 2 1/09/1990 B 1 P N Yll 



H 


2 


1/01/1990 C 


8 D N C47 


S 


2 


1/06/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 D 


5 U L42 


S 


2 


1/27/1990 A 


1 N Yll 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 A 


1 N W60 


S 


2 


1/31/1990 A 


1 P N Yll 



S 


2 


1/05/1990 A 


1 N H65 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 N H65 


S 


2 


1/11/1990 A 


2 N 


H 


? 


1/12/1990 A 


1 N C47 


3 


2 


1/12/1990 A 


1 M Yll 


S 


2 


1/15/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 C 


1 P N S69 


S 


2 


1/16/1990 B 


1 N 


H 




1/21/1990 B 


7 N 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 N 369 


S 


2 


1/23/1990 A 


1 N H65 


S 


2 


1/23/1990 A 


4 E 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1990 



INDEX B 
1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



TVE STADIUM'S URffiNCY 

SCHOOL FUNIUNG QUESTION STILL HANGS IN BALANCE 

SCHOOL PLANS NEED REVIEW 

BFI FTOfOSES BUILDING, RUWING COUNTY LANIfILL 

DUR'HAM BAaPARK BACKERS START CAMF'AIGN 

SCHOOLS VS, STADIUM? 

UOTE FOR NEW STADIUM IMFtlRTANT TO DURHAM 

DURHAM COUNTY, N.C., BONDS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., BONDS 
$11.28 MILLION BOND ORDER FOR NEW STADILW APF'ROVED 
BOND ORDER AUTHORIZING $11,280,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONUS (NOTICE) 

rtlRHAM COU^JTY, N.C., COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO INFORMATION f€TUORK 
COUNH PLA^»IINC IhfORMATION NETWORK 

tiURHAM COIWTY, N.C., ELECTIONS 
SEE ELECTIONS, OJRHAM COUNTY 

DURHAM COWTY, N.C., LAND-USE PLAN 
SEE ALSO ZONING LAWS 
RULES WOULD LIMIT GROWTH ICAR RESERVOIRS 

DURHAM COlWn, N.C, LEGISLATORS 

REP, THOMPSON ANNOUNCEMENT EXPECTED 

DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, PARKING 
SEE PARKING SPACES, OM-STREET 

DURHAM COUm, N.C, POVERTY 
SEE ALSO POVERTY 
INSII^T/ONE STEP UP, TWO STEPS BACK 
SOCIAL SERVICES GEARS UP TO HELP POOR PEOPLE MORt 

DURHAM COWTY, N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 
SEE PROPERTY TAXES, DURHAM COUNH 

lURHAM amV(, N.C, SEWER LINES 

SEE WATER AND SEWER LIt€S, DURHAM COUNTY 

DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, l€LF(«E REFORM 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY DEPT, OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, ZONING 
SEE ZONING LAWS 

DURHAM CtXJNTY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION OFFICE 
SEE ALSO N.C. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE 
COMMITTED TO LEADERSHIP 
EXTENSION PROGRAMS TO AID EMPLOYEES AT HOME, WORK 

DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 

SEE ALS-0 ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIEH 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO DOG CONTROL (INCLUDES CATS AND OTHER ANIMALS) 

ANIMAL SHELTER TO OPERATE SHELTER 

PROTECTION SOCIETY WANTS TO OPERATE ANIMAL SHaTER 

DURHAM COUNTY AREA MENTAL HEALTH-MENTAL RETARDATION i SUBSTANCE ABUSE AUTH, 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH COLTER 

DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARICD CITIZENS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 
SERVICES FOR HANDICAPPED CRITICIZED BY PARENTS 

DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYERS 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, DURHAM 



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1/24/1990 
1/25/1990 
1/26/1990 
1/26/1990 
1/27/1990 
1/28/1990 
1/30/1990 



E 

N C47 
E 

N R63 
N E33 
E 
E 



2 1/16/1990 C 
2 1/17/1990 C 



2 1/31/1990 C 



2 1/21/1990 D 
2 1/30/1990 A 



S 2 1/09/1990 A 
S 2 1/30/1990 C 



1 P N S69 

2 N 



N H65 



S 2 1/25/1990 B 1 N H65 
H 2 1/24/1990 C 1 N L40 



1 D F 

4 L 



6 P P S76 
1 N H65 



2 1/24/1990 A 1 N H65 
2 1/26/1990 C 2 N 



H 2 1/31/1990 C 3 N C60 



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1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



S U B J E 



DEFENSE LAWYERS («01F ELECTS BROWNE 

DURHAM COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

DLRHAM COUNH SCHOOLS TO F'RESENT PLANS 

$122.6 MILLION SCHOOL BUILDING PLAN GETS BY DURHAM EDUCATION BOARD'S OK 

SCHOffl. CKS BUILDING PLAN 

TAXPAYER'S CAN HELP IMF'ROVE FIFILS' FUTURE 

MOM SEEKS SERVICES FOR VISUALLY-IMPAIRED COlflilTY STUDENTS 

irate parent says schoa system ignored request 

blind plfll's mother blast county schools 

system 'taking steps' to handle complaints 

school building ftans shold co^isii£r merger 

coimy school board ^e1ber says merger study is 'unti^ely• 

durham county comhissiotcrs 
see also n.c. association of counh commissioners 
stadium bond issue may grow by t480,000 
affordable housing still on agenda for bond use 
county ok's budget boost for ballf'ark 
county may buy building for a new branch library 
county approves fian outline of new library 
delays on stadium can be very expensive 
counh oks new tower on rose of sharon site 
bulls: barisin renewal plan 
$11.28 miaion bond oricr for new stadium approved 
price, dosseh, church seek seats 
county moves toward bonds for stadium 
$11.28 million bo^ffl issue focus of monday's hearing 
school building plans should consider merger 
commissioners reject criticism on bond priority 
county adopts ballpark vote 
county to pursue railway land for new jail 
commissio^crs delay decision on treyburn request 
animal shelter to operate shelter 

bell: SCHOOL BONDS TOO COSTLY 

SCHOOL BOARD OKS BUILDING PLAN 

COmiTTEE FAILS TO CHOOSE fERGER CONSULTANT 

DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, HJDGET 
COUNTY TO PONDER STADIUM BONUS 
COMMISSIONERS SAY EDUCATION, TEEN PREGNANCY KEY 1990 ISSUES 

DURHAM COUNTY COmiSSIQNERS, ELECTIONS 

HIGHT FILES IN SHERfF'S RACE; HEREON, BELL TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

WHICHARD, BELL PLAN RE-ELECTION BIDS; MS. HERON, CARR FILE 

COMMISSIONER RECKHOU SEB<S SECOND TERM 

MS. RECKHOW, RAY ARE SEEKING COUNTY COMMISSION SEAT; JUDGE CHAfCY FILES 

RAY, CH/WEY FILE FOR COUNTY OFFICES 

PRICE, DOSSEH, CHURCH SEEK SEATS 

MORE CANDIDATES THRCMJ HATS INTO COmiSSIONERS' RACE 

MICHAUX, OTHERS FILE FOR FtJSTS 

MICHAUX, OTHERS FILE FOR POSTS 

WRIGHT, STONE ENTER RACES 

I^aJRANCE EXECUTIVE WRIGHT ENTERS COMMISSIONERS RACE 

MS. GILES, RDBINSON FILE FOR COMMISSIONER RACE 

2 MORE DEMOCRATS SEEK COMMISSION SEAT 

MS. BLACK STRESSES EDUCATION, GROWTH 

CANDIDATE SAYS EDUCATION KEY TO AIDING COMMUNITY GROWTH 

REPUBLICAN JOYCE WASDELL CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER 

REFIJBLICAN WASDELL IN COMMISSION RACE 

DEMCRAT EUGENE A. BROUN RUNNING FOR COMMISSIONER 

REF'. THOMPSON WON'T RUN AGAIN; LUEBKE IS 

DAVIS FILES FOR COMMISSIONER RACE 

BELL TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

COMMISSIONER BEU FILES FOR RE-ELECTION 

SMITH FILES IN DA RACE; BARRINGER MAY FILE MONDAY 

DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, RtTREATS 

SCHOOL FUNDING QUESTION STILL HANGS IN BALANCE 
COWtlSSIOfOS SAY EDUCATION, TEEN PREGNANCY KEY 1990 ISSUES 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


p 


D 


—DATE — C ■ 


-PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 B 


8 N 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 C 


10 N 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 A 


1 N C47 


S 


2 


1/12/1990 A 


1 M YU 


S 


2 


1/15/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 C 


1 N W60 


S 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


1 N YU 


S 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


1 N YU 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 D 


5 U L42 


S 


2 


1/31/1990 A 


1 P N YU 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


1 P N S69 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 N H65 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 N H65 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 C 


1 P N S69 


S 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


1/10/1990 B 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 C 


1 P N S69 


S 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


1 P N YU 


S 


2 


1/16/1990 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 B 


7 N 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 D 


5 U L42 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 N S69 


S 


2 


1/23/1990 A 


1 N H65 


S 


2 


1/23/1990 C 


1 N H65 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 C 


1 N S69 


S 


2 


1/24/1990 A 


1 N H65 


S 


2 


1/24/1990 A 


1 P N YU 


S 


2 


1/24/1990 A 


1 N YU 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 A 


1 N W60 


S 


2 


1/05/1990 A 


1 N H65 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 N C47 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


3 P N C61 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 C 


1 D N S69 


S 


2 


1/11/1990 A 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 C 


1 D N S69 


S 


2 


1/12/1990 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


1 P N YU 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 N S69 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 A 


1 N H65 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 A 


1 N E33 


S 


O 


1/18/1990 A 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 C 


1 D N 


H 


2 


1/20/1990 C 


1 D N S69 


3 


2 


1/20/1990 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/22/1990 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/23/1990 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/24/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/25/1990 B 


1 D N 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 P N S69 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/26/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/27/1990 C 


1 D N 


S 


2 


1/31/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/25/1990 B 


1 N C47 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 N C47 



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1/01/1990 



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1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



COMMISSIOfCRS LIST 1990-91 BUICET OBJECTIVES 
DURHAM CCmrt COWNITY fCNTAL \€fLl» CENTER 

SEE mmn cmm mortal health center 

DURHAM COUm DEPT, (F fENTAL ^£ALTH 
SEE DURHAM COl^TY fENTi^^ f€ALTH CENTER 

DURHAM msm DEPT. OF PUH.IC lELFARE 

SEE lAMm COUNTY ICPT. OF SfKIAL SERVICES 

DURHAM COIMY DEPT. OF KKIAL SERVICES 

SEE ALS) FRIENDS CF BLACK CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF SOCIfy. SERVICES 

SEE ALSO SHARE YOUR CWISTMAS 
tWYS TO BEGIN liOJARE REFORM IS SUB>£CT OF TODAY'S MEETING 
PR^OGRAM SEEKS TO REDUCE NEED FOR ICLFt^^E 
SKIAL SERVICES AGENCY MARKS CULTURAL DIVER-SITY WEEK 
SOCIAL SERVICES GEARS UP TO t£LP POJR F-EOFIE MORE 

DURHAM COU^f^Y EIKXATION PR13CRAM 

SEE DURHAM COIMY SCH{MLS, COmWITY ElflXATION FWJGRAM 

DURHAM COWTY EXTENSI[»J OTICE 

SEE KJRfWM COUNTY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION OFFICE 

DURHAM COKTY GE^£RAL HOSPITAL 

BLOOD SHOT:TA6E CANCaS DUKE'S NOI-EMER1SNCY SURGERY 

CHANGES 

2 EX-DURHAM IhflttTES SETTLE JAIL SUIT 

DURHAM COUNTY (ȣRAL HOSPITAL, (4.C0m. fm IWJG TREATfCNT FH'OGRAM 

SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO OAKLEIGH AT DURHAM 
COUNTY ttNERAL REORGANIZES TROUBLED OAKLEIGH CENTER 
0(«L£IGH EXECUTES FIAN TO AVOID CLCSIhfi ITS DOOR'S 

DURHAM COWTY (ȣRAL HOSFITi^. PSYCHIATRIC UNIT 

COUNTY GOffRAL REORGANIZES TROUBtED OAKLEIGH CENTER 
0<y<LEIGH EXECUTES FIAN TO AVOID CLCSING ITS DOORS 

DURHAM COUNH HEALTH lEPT. 

HEALTH OFFICIALS EXFtCT FLU TO LAND IN DURHAM 
COJNTY FREF'ARES ITS 'SKHTER' STRATEGY 
DURHAM COUNTY [CLAYS DRUG-USERS' fEEDLE FIAN 

EliRHAM CCUNH HEART ASSTCIATION 

HEART ASSOCIATION PLANS MOCK ATTACKS 

DUR-HAM COUNTY JAIL 

R-OBBER PAYS VICTIM FROM DAMAGES 

OTHER SETTLEMENTS DIE 

COUf<ITY DENIES SLOW ACTION ON JAIL ^EEDS 

COJNn TO F'U^SUE RAILWAY LAND FOR f€U JAIL 

SITE FOR JAIL SOUGHT 

DURHAM COUNTY JAIL, ASSAULTS 

FtM-ICE LOG/THIEVES ROB BR1](JNST0t€S INN SUNDAY NIGHT 

ROBBER PAYS VICTIM FRW DAMAGES 

OTtER SETTLEMEf^TS DUE 

MAN WHO WON JAIL SUIT LOSES REST OF MONEY 

2 EX-DURHAM INMATES SETTLE JAIL SUIT 

FCR^ER JAIL INMATES WIN FEO?AL SUIT 

DURHAM COWrr JAIL, CONSTRUCTICS^ 

COUNTY DENIES SLOW ACTION ON JAIL fEEDS 

DURHAM COUNTY JAIL, ESCAPES 

SEE ALSO PRISONER ESCAPES, [tJR'HAM 
POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED FOR ASSAULTING TWEE OFFICERS 



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1/05/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 
1/23/1990 C 
1/24/1990 C 



l/02/'199O B 
1/05/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 
1/06/1990 B 
1/22/1990 A 
1/23/1990 B 



2 1/20/1990 A 



1 P N H65 



H 2 1/16/1990 C 2 P N C60 

S 2 1/16/1990 B 1 P N H65 

S 2 1/17/1990 C 1 N H65 

H 2 1/30/1990 A 4 L 



H 


2 1/06/1990 A 


1 N C60 


S 


2 1/17/1990 C 


1 P P S76 


S 


2 1/22/1990 A 


1 N B53 



H 
S 


2 
2 


1/11/1990 C 
L'l 1/1990 A 


1 
1 


N C60 
N H65 


H 
S 


2 
2 


1/11/1990 C 
1/11/1990 A 


1 

1 


N C60 
N H65 


S 
S 
S 


A. 

2 
2 


1/08/1990 C 
1/26/1990 A 
1/31/1990 A 


1 
1 
1 


N K65 

P N H65 

N H65 



N B53 
N B53 
N H65 
N H65 
N 



1 P N 

1 N B53 
1 N B53 
1 N S32 
1 N B53 
5 N S32 



N H65 



H 2 1/03/1990 C 1 P N M51 



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1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



ESCAPEE ICrrS CAUGHT BY POLICE 

DURHAM COUNH JAIL, OVERCROWDING 

COUNTY DENIES SLOW ACTION ON JAIL NEEDS 

DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH BOARD 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 
NEW OFFICERS 

DURHAM COIWTY MENTAL tCALTH BOARD 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY tCNTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 
DURHAM GETS TO KEEP FUNDS FOR MENTAaY ILL 

DURHAM COIMY l€NTAL HEALTH CENTER 

SEE ALSO KJRHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH BOARD 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES 

l\mm GETS AIDS GRANT FOR DRUG USERS 

DURHAM GETS TO KEEP FIMS FOR fENTALLY ILL 

DURHAM COIMY OFFICE BUILDING 

SEE DURHAM COJNTY DEPT. OF SCKIAL SERVICES 

DURHAM COUm PUBLIC LIBRARY 

SEE ALSO FRIENDS OF Tf£ DURHAM LIBRARY 
LIBRARY GROUP FOR BUYING NEW BR'ANCH 
STABBING NUmS LIBRARY AlttlNISTRATORS 
STABBING ALARMS LIBRARY ADMINISTRATORS 
POLICE LOG/DETECTIVES HAVE SUSFKT IN STABBING 
LIBRARY KNIFER IS SOUGHT 
NO CAUSE FOR PANIC 

MAN SOUGHT IN LIBRARY KNIFING NOW ALSO WANTEi FOR RtJBBERY 
POLICE LOG/WARRANT ISSUED FOR HOMELESS MAN IN LIBRARY STABBING 
ARTWORKS FOR COLD NIGHTS ON DISPLAY 
SEARCH CONTINUES IN LIBRARY STABBING 
ART AMONG TVE BOOKS 

DURHAM COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY, BRANCHES 
SEE ALSO FRIENDS OF THE DURHAM LIBRARY 
LIBRARY GROIP FOR BUYING NEW BRANCH 
COUNTY MAY BUY BUILDING FOR A NEW BRANCH LIBRARY 
COUNTY APPRWES FtAN OUTLHC OF NEW LIBRARY 

LIJRHAM COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY, SECURITY 

STABBING ALARMS LIBRARY ADMINISTRATORS 
STABBING ALARMS LIBRARY ADMINISTRATORS 
KNIFING TIGHTENS LIER'ARY SECURITY 
MORE SECURITY A MUST FOR DURHAM LIBRARY 

DURHAM COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY 

SEE REPUBLICAN PARTY, DURHAM COUNTY 

DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS 

DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS TO F'RESENT PLANS 
CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS DISAGREE ON CHANNEL 1 

DURHAM COUNTY SCW30LS, AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS RECEIVE AWARD FOR F^ROGRAM 

DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, BOND ISSUES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C., BOND REFERENDA 
tl20 MILLION PROF'OSED FOR COUNTY SCHOOL BUILDINGS 
CLARIFICATION 

$122.6 MILLION SCHOOL BUILDING PLAN GETS BY DURHAM EDUCATIOfJ BOARD'S OK 
SCHOOL OKS BUILDING PLAN 
TAXPAYERS CAN HELP IMPROVE PUPILS' FUTURE 
COUNTY FACES BIG REQUESTS 



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2 1/20/1990 A 1 N H65 

S 2 1/17/1990 C 1 P P KIO 

S 2 1/19/1990 A 2 N H65 



2 1/19/1990 A 1 N H65 
2 1/19/1990 A 2 N H65 



s 


2 


1/05/1990 B 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


1 P N R63 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 C 


1 N M51 


s 


9 


1/11/1990 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 A 


4 E 


S 


n 


1/13/1990 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 B 


1 N M51 


S 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


6 P F S27 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/30/1990 A 


6 P P S76 


3 


2 


1/05/1990 B 


1 P N H65 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


1 P N H65 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 C 


1 P N S69 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


1 P N R63 


S 


2 


1/10/1990 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/11/1990 A 


4 E 



2 1/10/1990 C 10 N 
2 1/20/1990 C 2 N C47 



2 1/27/1990 B 



1/11/1990 C 
1/11/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 
1/15/1990 A 
1/16/1990 A 



N C47 
N 

N C47 
M YU 
E 
E 



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1/31/1990 



S U B J E 



DU?HAM COMY STia USES 136 LOW-RATED CUSSRCCMS 
COiWISSICMRS REJECT CRITICISH CN BOND PRIORITY 
bell: SCHOffl. BONDS TOO COSTLY 
SO«30L BOARD OKS BUILDIM3 PiM 
SCHOOLS VS. STADIl*':' 

listim amn schools, buicet 

SEE ALSO Um^ CITY SCTOCLS, BUI^^ 
DURHAM COLWTY SCHOOLS WILL SEEK RIVERSIDE ^£LP 

asw^ casm schools, hjilding pridgrams 

UEAST seeks »120 HILLION IN BCMiS (CCRRECTO) 

*120 MILLION PR'OPOSED FK? COUNTY SCHOOL BUILDINGS 

CLARIFICATION 

$122.6 MILLION SCWX3L BUILDING PLAN GETS BY DURHAM EKJCATIKg BOARD'S OK 

SCHOO. OKS BUILDL'« FIJ^ 

TAXPAYERS CAN HELP L1PR0VE Plf ILS' FUTU^ 

COUNTY FACES BIG REGl£STS 

VJkHm COUNTY STILL USES 136 LOW-RATED CLASSR-QOMS 

SCHOOL Bb'ILDIfffi PLANS SHClUi CONSIDER f€RGER 

COUNTY AICPTS BALLPt^tK VOTE 

SCHOOL FUNDING 5l£STI0N STILL HM3S IN BAL/^^CE 

SCW30L fUiS f£ED REVIEW 

STATE PRAISES MiV^ SCHOO. PLAfJ 

IW:HAM CCUNH SCHOtLS, CALENDAR AND SCffiXLE 
COtMY SCWXLS TO m^ \JP DAY 

O^tHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, CLASSROOMS 

M5<HAM COMY STILL USES 136 LOW-RATED CLASSROOMS 

nmm amry schools, co?biunity ehjcatic^ program 

CC^S«>IITY education in DURHAM COie'frY schools (AD) 

IWa^AM COLWTY SCKSLS, CJ^JSTRtXTION 

SEE DURHAM COiNTY SCHCaS, BUILDING p-RCGRAMS 

DURHAM COIKTY SCHCKLS, GOALS AND PLAf#<It« 
EDUCATION IS DU<mM'S TOP CONCERN 

rsl^HAM COWTY SCHOOLS. GRANTS 

MITSUBISHI Airs CITY, COUNTY TEACHING TEAMS S 

MIDDLE SCWXL TEAO€R TEiWS hfCEIVE GRANTS H 

IWl-HAM COUNTY SCHCCLS, HOLB« 

S-EE DURHAM COWTY SCHOLS, CALENDAR PUB SOCDtl^E 

DURHAM CCLWY SCHOOLS, fSRGER 

SEE DURH/¥1 CITY/COUNTY SCHOOLS, tCRGER 

rURHAM CCI.?«TY SCHOOLS. RCTARIO (^ HANDICAFfED PR-OC^AMS 

SEE {^SO Dl.iRHAM CITY -SCHOOLS, RETARIQ A^JD HA^a:lICA^■PED F'RtKRAtlS . 
SEE ALSO I4JRHAM COLWTY ASSOCIATION F.OR RETARDED CITIZENS 
rtOM SEEKS 5ER:VICES FOR VISUALLY-IMPAIRED CCUffTY STUICNTS H 

IRATE P(«ENT SAYS SCHOa SYSTEM mmB) REQi.£ST H 

BLIND FUF-IL'S MOPrER BLAST COUNTY SCHOOLS S 

SYSTEM 'TAKING STEPS' TO H^DLE COi^lAINTS S 

DURHAM CtXMY SCMDO-S, SPECIAL EDUCATION 

SEE DU-RHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED F-RDGRAMS 

[lUR-HAM COWTY SICRIFF'S ICPT. 
££E ALSO POLICE BRUTALIH 
FOaoyiNG POLICE LEAD, SHERIFF ALS] PLANS K<UG TESTING 

l!URHAM COWTY SJCRIFF'S DEPT., DRUG TESTING 
SEE ALSO URIf«LYSIS 
SHERIFF'S DEPT. TO KGIN mXi TESTS S 

FOLLOWING POLICE LEAD, SHERIFF ALSO PLANS DRUG TESTING H 



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S 




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N 


E 


E 




L Y 


p 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L F EYL 


s 


2 


1/19/1990 A 


1 


P N YU 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 


N S69 


s 




1/24/1990 A 


1 


P N Yll 


s 


2 


1/24/1990 A 


1 


N Yll 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 F 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/03/1990 A 


1 


N Yll 


s 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


1 


N Yll 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 C 


1 


N C47 


S 


T 


1/11/1990 A 




N 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 A 


1 


N C47 


S 


9 


1/12/1990 A 


1 


M Yll 


S 


2 


1/15/199C A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/19/1990 A 


1 


P N Yll 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 D 


5 


U L42 


S 


2 


1/23/1990 A 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 


1/25/1990 B 


1 


N C47 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 A 


4 


E 


S 


1 


l/27/19'90 A 


1 


N Yll 


S 


2 


1/12/'1990 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/19/1990 A 


1 


P N Yll 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


8 


A 



S 2 1/03/1990 A 1 N E33 



2 l/22/'1990 A 3 N 
2 1/25/1990 B 5 N 



2 1/18/1990 C 1 N 

2 1/19/1990 C 1 N y60 

2 1/19/1990 B 1 M Yll 

2 1/19/1990 B 1 N Yll 



H 2 1/30/1990 C 



2 1/29/1990 A 1 
2 1/30/1990 C 2 



N B53 
N 



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StCRIFF LEARY SEEKS 3RD TERMACRON TO FILE TOMORROW 

MIGHT, LEARY FILE; ASSURING PARTY PRIMARY IN SHERIFF'S RACE 

MIGHT FILES IN STOfF'S RACE; f€RON, BELL TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

ELECT AL MIGHT FOR HURHAM COUNTY SHERIFF (AD) 

Tf£ BATTLE FOR SWRIFF 

DURHAM COWTY StCRIFF'S KFl,, RUNOFF ELECTIONS 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY S^€RIFF'S DEPT., ELECTIONS 

DURHAM COlWn SOCIAL SERVICES DEPT. 

SEE DURHAM COUNH DEPT. OF ^iCld. SERVICES 

DURHAM COUNTY SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT 
DIRT DILDfilA 

DURHAM COUNTY SUBSTWCE ABUSE SERVICES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 
DURHAM GETS AIDS GRANT FOR DR-UG USERS 

DURIttM DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION AND UTILITIES 
PANEL URGES ENO ROUTE PROTECTION 

DURHAM DISTRICT ATTORhEY'S OFFICE, ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEYS 
FACING DUI CHARGE, ASSISTfW D.A. RESIGNS 
ASSISTANT DA RESIGNS IN FACE OF DUI CHARGE 

DURHAM DISTRICT AHORfEY'S OFFICE, aECTIONS 

DA CANDIDATE'S ACCUSATIONS RtFlJTED BY COURT RECORDS 

CANDIDATE SMITH SAYS CHILD-SUPPORT ISSUE SHOULD NOT CLOUD HIS CAMPAIGN 

DA CANDIDATE TO FOLLOW COURT ORDER, PAY CHILD SUPPORT 

SMITH FILES IN DA RACE; B(«RIN6ER MAY FILE MONDAY 

DURHAM DISTRICT COURT 

SEE COURTS, MJRHAM COUNTY 

IiURWM ESTATES 

SUBDIVISION GETS PRELIMINARY OK 

DURHAM FIRE DEPT. , CtK^WALLIS ROAD STATION 

MAN SOUGHT FOR BLAZE AT CORNUALLIS ROAD STATION 

2 COLLEGE SOPHOMORES SAVE NEW FIRE STATION FROM BURNING 

AR-SON SUSFtCT 

DURHAM FIRE DEFT., FIREFIGHTERS 

FIREFIGHTER l*ffl SAVED KITTENS SHOWERED WITH HUMAN PRAISE 

DURHAM HEALTH CARE INC. 

WOMAN WANTED CESAREAN BIRTH; ALLEGES TWO DOCTORS NEGLIGENT 

DLlRWiM HERALD CO. , COMMUNITY (KALS 

insight/excellence; the goal for DURHAM 

PLWOSE OF EDITORIAL GOAL-SETTING IS TO HEU' BUILD COMMUNITY CONSENSUS 

NORTH CARaiNA'S INFANT-ICATH RATE SHOULD BE MAJOR CONCERN 

DURHAM HERALD CO. , EMPLOYEES 

DURHAM MAN REDISCOVER'S BRITISH MOM 

DURHAM HERALD CO. BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

DEAN AT UNC AF'POINTED TO HERALD BOARD 
HERALD CO. NAMES COLE AS DIRECTOR 

DURHAM HIGH SCHOOL 

FLU KEEP'S SCHOOL ATTENDANCE DOWN 
SCHOOL BOARD OKS BUILDING PLAN 
SECRECY WON'T SOLVE AHENDANCE PROBLEM 
DHS ATTENDANCE FIGURES DON'T ADD UP' 

DURHAM HIGH SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL 

SMITH PARENTS MEET WITH ELLIS 
STOP BATTLII« THE PRINCIPAL 



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



s 


2 


1/08/1990 A 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


1 D N S69 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


3 P N C61 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 A 


1 P A 


H 


2 


1/15/1990 A 


4 E 



S 2 1/15/1990 C 1 P N H65 

S 2 1/19/1990 A 1 N H65 
H 2 1/30/1990 A 1 N R63 



1/23/1990 B 1 N ^S1 
1/23/1990 C 1 N 



H 2 1/15/1990 A 4 L 

H 2 1/19/1990 B 12 N S82 

S 2 1/19/1990 B 1 P N B53 

S 2 1/31/1990 A 1 P N 



CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 



S 2 1/11/1990 A 
H 2 1/12/1990 C 
H 2 1/12/1990 C 



H 2 1/14/1990 A 
H 2 1/24/1990 C 



2 1/07/1990 D 
2 1/07/1990 D 
2 1/14/1990 D 



1 D N B53 
1 P N M51 
3 D N 



1 P N H51 
1 N S82 



1 P N 
5 J 
5 L 



S 2 1/16/1990 A 1 P N B53 



H 2 1/10/1990 D 
S 2 1/10/1990 A 



S 2 1/23/1990 A 

S 2 1/24/1990 A 

S 2 1/24/1990 A 

S 2 1/25/1990 A 



1/10/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 



4 P N 
3 N 



1 N YU 

1 N YU 

4 E 

1 N YU 



1 P N Yll 
4 E 



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lW»m HIGH K>«OL, STUDENTS 
DURHAM mm AWARDS 

liURHAM HI^^ SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 

^J(KT^£RN STATES ITS CASE, SUATS TIORS 59-50 

DRANK 57, KJRWW 50 

PAf^Tffi^'S BaiEVE, TRIM BliiHOGS 

TII^S WITHSTAND LATE DURHAM RALLY 

MIDOGS RALLY TtB LATE i;S. TIGERS 

RISERS, HILLSire RIP DHS 

RESERVE BOIOS HITS FOR 32, F/^CONS WO ON 

BOWENS LEADS FALCONS PAST DHS 

riRHAM HILTfflJ HOTEL 

HOTa ocapw«:Y expected to rise 

[HJRHAM HOfE BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 

see H»E BUILDER'S ASSXIATIQN GF DURHAM AND OWEL HILL 

I1IRHW1 HOSPITW. ASSOCIATION 

SEE BLl£ CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD (F N.C. 

DUR'HAM HOSING AUTHORITY 
SEE ly-SO HOUSING, BW5HAM 
. SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF HOUSING (WD URBAN DEVELOF'tlENT 
GROUP HELPS SCHOLARSHIP RMi 
SCHCUy<SHIP SIFF'ORT 

BUR-HAM HUMAN RELATIONS COTIISSION 

SEE ALSO WORKERS' BILL OF RIGHTS (SUN STORY) 
BLACK MAJ^ CLAIMS IiURHAM PdlCE HARASSMENT; F^ROFE Of^ 
PUBLIC HEARING PLANNED ON WORKER'S BILL OF RIGHTS 
CCLINCIL SHOXD REJECT W3RKERS BILL OF RIGHTS 
PR-OROSED l«R3<ER'S BIU OF RIGHTS f€ARING SET TONIGHT 
CITY ACCUSED CF IMPAIR, lliSm. LABOR PRACTICES 
H£ARIf«3 

DURHAM INTERNATIONAL TRACK AND FIELD FOUNDATION ItC, 
DUKE TO HOST NCAA hECT 

r^JRHAM KIUANIS CLUB 
ARtiY ALLIES 

DURHAM LITERACY CCiSKlL 
SEE ALSO ILLITERACY 
ILLITERACY ^£EDS ACTION, INCENTIVES 

rUFWAM MANAGEfCNT aUB 

GRBUP HELP'S SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
SCHOLAR-SHIP SUPPORT 

IDRHAM MASONIC IQKE. 
MASON OFFICERS 

DURHAM MASTER TKOROUGfFARE PLAN 
SEE ALSO HJRHAM, N.C, OUTER' LOJP 
ALTEP:NATE ENO LOOP MAY ENDANGER CITY ROAD FIMS 

rilRHAJI MAYOR'S OFFICE 

SEE DURHAM, N.C, MAYOR'S OFFICE 

riURHAM MORNING ^£RALD 

SEE ALSO CHAFEL HILL fCRALD 

SEE ALSO SPORTS FOR-UM 
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE (AD) 
JENKINS, CLEMDJT UR-GE RENEWED BLACK ACTIVISM 
JE*INS, CLEi€f^T UR^GE RDCWED BLACK ACTIVISM 
HERALD INTR'ODUCES 'UNIVERSITY PAGE' SECOND FRONT SUNDAY 



S 2 1/13/1990 A 10 P P M66 



1/06/1990 B 
1/06/1990 B 
1/06/1990 B 
1/10/1990 
1/10/1990 
1/27/1990 
1/31/1990 
1/31/1990 



N B40 
N B64 
H A76 
N UIO 
N P52 
N T44 
N Rf;4 
N P52 



S 2 1/13/1990 A 1 N E33 



S 2 1/08/1990 B 5 N 
S 2 1/0'?/1990 A 11 P P T37 



H 2 1/05/1990 A 1 N ?06 

S 2 1/24/1990 A 1 N C61 

S 2 1/25/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/'30/1990 C 1 N 

H 2 1/31/1990 C 1 N R63 

S 2 1/31/1990 C 3 P P C45 



H 2 1/16/1990 B 1 P N ;i88 
S 2 1/05/1990 A 2 P P T37 



H 2 1/23/1990 F 



U L42 



S 2 1/08/1990 B 5 N 
S 2 1/09/1990 A 11 P P T37 



S 2 1/11/1990 C 2 P P 



S 2 1/18/1990 A 1 N C61 



H 2 1/05/1990 A 9 C A 

H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 N N36 

H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 n R63 

H 2 1/27/1990 C 1 N 



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CLEARING Tt€ FECORD 
CLEARING T^£ RECORD 
CLEARING T^€ RECORD 

DURHAM MORNING HERALD, EDITORIALS 

INSI&IT/EXCELLENCE; the goal for DURHAM 

PURPOSE OF EDITORIAL GOAL-SEHING IS TO HELP' BUILH COMMUNITY CONSENSUS 

AMERICANS RIGHT TO PROTEST AGAINST ^EU P-QWER PLANTS 

EDITORIAL WAS PROPAGANDA 

EDITCKIAL AHACKING GOP: COfCLUSIONS WITHOUT FACTS 

DURHAM MORNING tCRALD, E^PLOYEES 

HERALD'S CLAYTON, CfWLSON WIN TOP PRIZES 

DURHAM MORNING 1€RALD, UNIVERSITY F(tlSE 
LOOK tWAT'S fCU! 
IVY TOUER 

DURHAM OPTIMIST CLUB 

SEE OPTIMIST CLUB OF DURHAM 

DURHAM PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE 

SEE F-EOPLE'S ALLIAiCE, mHVH CHAPTER 

DURHAM PLAhWIhC AGENCY 

AFFORDABLE HOUSING STILL ON A(»<DA FOR BOND USE 
R-U.es UOULD LIMIT GROWTH ICAR RESERVOIRS 

DURHAM POLICE DEPT. 

SEE ALSO POLICE BRUTALIH 
POLICE WAIT TO USE DRUG-LOITERING ORDINANCE 
MANAGER POSES »145 MILLION IN CITY BONIS 
DRUG TESTING CALLED HIGHLY ACCURATE 
POLICE STOP BASED ON SKIN COLOR DRAWS PROTEST 

DURHAM POLICE DEPT., ASSAULTS 

SEE DURHAM POLICE DEPT., OFFICERS, ASSAU.TS 

DURHAM POLICE DEPT., DRUG TESTING 
SEE ALSO URINALYSIS 
DURHAM POLICE FACE RANDOM DRUG TESTS 
DURHAM PaiCE FIAN DRUG TESTS FOR OFFICERS 
DB:UG TESTING CALLED HIGHLY ACCURATE 
HELPING USERS BEST WAY TO WIN WAR ON DRUGS 
SHERIFF'S DEPT. TO BEGIN DRUG TESTS 

DURHAM POLICE DEPT., HEADOUARTER'S 

cm POLICE HEADQUARTERS MIGHT MOVE 
MANAGER POSES $145 MILLION IN CITY BONDS 
HAMPTON : F-EOPLES SECURIH BUILDING GOOD FOR POLICE 
MORE DOIWTOWN R■ECYCLI^«3 

DURHAM PaiCE DEPT., OFFICER'S 

BLACK MAf'f CLAIMS DURHAM PaiCE HARASSMENT; PRXJBE ON 

DURHAM POLICE DEPT., OFFICER'S, ASSAULTS 

PaiCE LOG/MAN ARRtSTED FOR ASSAULTING THRtE OFFICERS 

ACREY PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO DRUG, ASSAULT COUNTS 

OFFICERS AHACKED BY 2 MEN IN JEEF' 

FtllCE LOG/MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAU.T ON OFFICERS TURNS SELF IN 

2ND MAN IS CHARGED IN ASSAULT ON OFFICERS 

FtB-ICE LOG/MEN TURN SELVES IN 

DURHAM POST OFFICE 

SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 
IlffROVED MAIL SERVICE WORTH DELIVERY TRIAL 

DURHAM POWER SQUADRON 
SEE ALSO BOATS 
NEW COMMANDER 



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H 2 1/05/1990 A 2 N 
H 2 1/16/1990 A 2 N 
H 2 1/31/1990 A 2 N 



H 


2 


1/07/1990 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 D 


5 J 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


1/29/1990 A 


4 L 



H 2 1/19/1990 C 1 P N 



H 2 1/28/1990 A 1 N 
H 2 1/28/1990 C 1 U 



2 1/09/1990 A 1 
2 1/25/1990 B 1 



1/03/1990 
1/13/1970 
1/28/1990 
1/29/1990 
1/30/1990 
1/31/1990 



N H65 
N H65 



S 2 1/03/1990 C 1 N B53 

S 2 1/05/1990 B 1 N 

S 2 1/26/1990 A 1 N B53 

S 2 1/26/1990 C 1 N C61 



s 


2 


1/25/1990 A 


1 


P N B53 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 C 


3 


N 


s 


n 


1/26/1990 A 


1 


N B53 


S 


2 


1/27/1990 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/29/1990 A 


1 


N B53 



H 2 1/05/1990 A 1 P N R63 

S 2 1/05/1990 B 1 N 

S 2 1/06/1990 A 1 N B53 

H 2 1/10/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/05/1990 A 1 N N36 



N M51 
N S82 
N M51 
N M51 
N B53 
N M51 



2 1/02/1990 A 



S 2 1/09/1990 A 13 P P S76 



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DURHAM PUBLIC EHJCATION FUND 

MITSUBISHI AIDS CITY, COlJ>fTY TEACHING TEAMS 

MIHrtE SCHOOL TEACHER TEAMS RECEIVE GRANTS 

PUBLIC EDUCATION FUND HAS DYNAMIC GROWTH IN 4 YEARS 

DUR-HAM FDBLIC EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS 

SEE ALSO BU3If«SSES, DURHAM, SCHOOL SUFfORT 
PUBLIC EDUCATION PARTNER'SHIPS PICKS EPA FIRST 

DLIRHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY 

SEE DURHAM CCWfTY PUH.IC LIBRARY 

DURHAM PUH.IC SERVICE CO. 
SEE DUKE POWER CO. 

DURHAM RECREATION DEPT. 

SEE ALSO EDISON H, JOHNSON CENTER 
SEE ALSO RECR'EATION, WJR-HAM 
DURHAM REC DEPARTMENT REACHES OUT TO YOUTH 
GILLESKIE OVERSEES GROWING PROGRAMS 

DURHAM REKNT RCTIREfENT RESIICNCE 
DURHAM REGENT 

DURHAM RESEARCH PROPERTIES 

cm GIVES OK FOR SEWER LINE NEAR RESERWIR 
TREYBURN FIRM WANTS SPECIAL PERMITS FOR LOTS 
COMMISSIONERS DELAY DECISION ON TREYBURN REQUEST 

DURHAM SANITATION l*)RKERS 

SEE GARBAGE COLLECTION, DURWM 

DUR-HAM STREET RAILWAY CO. 
SEE DUKE POWER CO. 

DURHAM SUN (fCWSPAPER) 

SERVICE, NOT LOOKS, KEY 

DURHAM SUN, AWARDS 

SUN SNAPS LP AWARDS 

DURHAM SUN, CENTENNIAL EDITION 

LE3 BR-OWN KEEPS ICVILS DANCING 

DURHAM SUN, CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS 
CLARIFICATION 

DURHAM SUPERIOR COURT 

SEE COURTS, DURHAM COIMY 

DURHAM TAX COLLECTOR 
BEAT Tf£ CLOCK 

DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ADULT BASIC EltlCATION PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO ADULT EDUCATION 

ILLITERACY PROBLEM FACES AHACK 
STUDENTS WHO MAKE A DIFFERENCE 
ILLITERACY fCEDS ACTION, INCENTI'v€S 

DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNIH COLLEGE, ENROLLMENT 
DURHAM TECH HITS RECORD ENROLLMENT 

DUR-HAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, NURSING PR-QGRAM 
SEE ALSO NURSING SCHOaS, N.C. 
DURHAM TECH NURSES FAST lOOX PASSING RATE 

DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAM 
NUR-SING GRADUATES EXCEL ON LICENSE EXAMINATION 



S 2 1/22/1990 A 8 N 
H 2 1/25/1990 B 5 N 
H 2 1/28/1990 B 1 P N N36 



H 2 1/21/1990 B 1 N U60 



S 2 1/02/1990 B 6 P N M06 
S 2 1/02/1990 B 6 N M06 



H 2 1/14/1990 F 1 P P T37 



H 2 1/18/1990 C 1 N ft63 
S 2 1/22/1990 C 1 N H65 
H 2 1/24/1990 C 1 N S69 



S 2 l/22/'1990 A 4 E 

S 2 1/19/1990 A 1 P N 

S 2 1/02/1990 A 1 P N B71 

S 2 1/11/1990 A 2 N 

S 2 1/06/1990 C 1 P N T32 



H 2 1/23/1990 B 10 P N K65 
H 2 1/28/1990 F 4 E 
H 2 1/23/1990 F 5 U L42 



S 2 1/31/1990 C 1 P N E33 

H 2 1/26/1990 C 2 N 
S 2 1/31/1990 C 1 N E33 



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DURHAM TRACTION CO. 
SEE DUKE POUER CO. 

DURtlAM TRANSIT 

SEE ALSO DUKE POUER CO. 

SEE ALSO DURWtM, N.C., BUSES 

FUND CUTS UON'T SLOW WJRHAM BUS TAKEOVER 

BUS KAL IS CREEPING ALONG 

DURHAM TRANSPORTATION AND UTILITIES DEF'T. 

SEE DURHAM DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION AND UTILITIES 

DUR'HAM TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PLAN 
SEE DURHAM MASTER THOROUGHFARE FIAN 

DURHAM UNITED UAY 

SEE (LSQ UNITED UAY OF AMERICA 
SEE ALSO VOLUNTEERS, DURHAM 

MUSEUM COORDINATOR NAMED TO UNITED UAY POST 

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS FIND TRIANGLE RESIDENTS GENEROUS GIVERS 

DURHAM YOUf-IG UOMEN'5 CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION ' ' 
SEE YUCA, DURHAM 



DURHAM'S STATION 
SEE DURHAM, N.C. 



HISTKRY 



DURHAM/CHiiftL HILL BLVD. 

FIRM LEAVES DOUNTOUN FOR CHAPEL HILL BLVD. SITE 

DURHAM/CHAPEL HILL HOIC BUILDERS 

SEE H01€ BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF DURHAM AND CHAPEL HILL 



1/11/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 



1/12/1990 C 
1/17/1990 C 



N Yll 
E 



H 
N K65 



S 2 1/06/1990 C 1 N E33 



DURHAM/ORANGE BOM.ERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BOWLING 
TCURMEY HONO^ BOULER 



S 2 1/23/1990 D 6 N A76 



DURHAM/ORANGE COUNTY tCART ASSOCIATION 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY ^£ART ASSOCIATION 

DURHAMVILLE 

SEE DURHAM, N.C, HISTORY 



EPA 



SEE ENVIR0^8CNTAL PROTECTION A(^NCY 



EAGLES 

LOOKING FOR EAGLES AROUND FALLS LAKE 
TW BALD EAGLES BUILD NEST NEAR RALEIGH 
PRIVACY IffORTANT TO EAGLES' SURVIVAL 

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDITATION 

SERIES LOOKS AT RAISING U.S. YOUTH 

EAST CAROLINA UNIV., SYMPOSIA 

AfMJAL SPEECH, t€ARING SYWOSIUM SET AT ECU 

EAST DUKE CAMPUS 

SEE DUKE UNIV., EAST CAMPUS 

EAST END SCHOOL 

GROUP' FAVOR:S KEEPING UAHS SCHOOL 

SITE SEAR-CH DELAYS PLANS FOR NEW EAST END SCHOOL 

HOMES OR SCHOOL IS CHOICE THAT HAY FACE EAST ENDERS 

CITY SCH,OOL BOARD AMPTS BUILDING PLAN 

SCHOOL BOARD 0K3 BUILDING FIAN 



H 2 1/05/1990 D 20 P F U66 

H 2 1/16/1990 C 2 N 

S 2 1/18/1990 A 4 E 

CHH 1 1/29/1990 A 3 P N D38 

H 2 1/28/1990 A 15 N 



s 





1/06/1990 A 


I N Yll 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 A 


I N C47 


s 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


I N 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 A 


I C N W60 


s 


2 


1/24/1990 A ] 


[ N Yll 



EAST GERMANY 



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SEE ALSO EASTERN EWBPE (SEE ALSO NAI€S OF SPECIFIC COUNTRIES) 
T\£ PEOPLE MERCIFU.LY FREED 

EASTERN ELM3PE (SEE ALSO NA^ES CF SPECIFIC COUNTRIES) 
SEE ALSO EAST (SRMANY 
J}£ DAUN (F A fCU WCftLIi 
GET h£(^ ABOUT FOREIGN AID 
GIVE EASTERN EUR'OPE A HANIi 

EBEf€2ER BAPTIST CmRCH 

HERE'S 1}E CHURCH, HERE'S THE STEEFIE 

ECONOMY, N.C. 

N.C. ECONOIIC CRJTLOOK IS BRIGHT 

EDGB1CNT (DlffHAM, N.C. NEIGHBORHOOD) 

HAYTI COSf . EXPECTED TO Aa< $42,000 FROM CITY 
ETGEMONT W3HES 

ED6E^»NT ELHS 

WRHm TAX AWARD fCTS 194 APARTilENTS 
FRAhBMIN, PERSON LOSE AID 

EDISON H. JOfWa>J CENTER 

SEE ALSO DURHAM RECREATION MPT. 
TAP DANCING LESSONS 

EmJCATIONAL FOMJATION INC. 

SEE mi\). OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, GIFTS AND FWD RAISING 
SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CH(¥tL HILL, R(«1S aUE 

EmiCATIONAL REFORM 

SEE ALStl SCHOOLS, N.C, REFORM 

SEE ALSO SCH0CL3, U.S., REFORM 
ANOnCR BAD REPORT CARD 

ADVISER SAYS BUSH BUICET UILL PLEASE SCIE^frISTS 
PAhEL'S EDUCATION REFORM IDEAS MAY NOT BE PRACTICAL 

EDUCATION*^ TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO CHAN^EL Of£ 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION COMtCRCIALS 
'CHANNEL ONE' A GttOD LESSON ON LIFE 
STATE SCHOOLS CHIEF OPPOSES CHAWCL ONE 

EFLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOa 

SEE EFLAND/CHEEKS SCHOOL (ORANGE COUNTY, N.C.) 

EFLAND/CHEEKS SCHOO. (ORANGE COUNTY, N.C.) 
SCHOaS TO HEAR PARK PLAN 
SCHOCLS TO LEASE LAND FOR CENTER 
OFFICIALS CAUTIOUS 

800 (TELEF-HOfC NUMBERS) 

SEE TOLL-FREE TELEF'HOfC NUMBERS 

18TH AIRBORNE CORPS. 

WE XVIII AIRBORfE'S HOMECOMING 

EL SAL'yiADOR 

DURHAM VOLUNTEER HELFOi DRIVE AID TO EL Si^VADOR 
A CONFESSION, ALBEIT WEAK 

ELDERLY 

SEE SENIOR CITIZENS 

ELECTION LAWS 

SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 
JUSTICE DEF'ARTMENT APPROVAL AWAITED ON PRIMARY CHANGE 



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H 2 1/24/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/17/1990 C 1 P P T37 
H 2 1/05/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/04/1990 C 1 N R63 
H 2 1/07/1990 F 1 P P T37 



S 2 1/11/1990 A 1 N E33 
S 2 1/11/1990 A 1 N 



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H 2 1/21/1990 D 4 E 
H 2 1/26/1990 C 1 P N N36 
S 2 1/30/1990 A 5 U Oil 



C^*^ 1 1/14/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/19/1990 B 3 P N 



CHH 1 l/22/'1990 A 1 N W57 
CHH 1 1/24/1990 A 3 N D38 
CHH 1 1/24/1990 A 3 N D38 



H 2 1/28/1990 F 



P U H49 



H 2 1/04/1990 C 1 P N N36 
H 2 1/12/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/30/1990 C 3 N 



ELECTIONS, DURHAM 



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SEE ALSO MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS 

SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAI1PAIGN EXFOtDITURES 

FILINGS/ASSOCIATE MINISTER RUNS FOR STATE HOUSE 

JUDGE HANSON SEEKS RE-ELECTION 

HUNT, RWALL, STEPHENS FIL£ TO KEEP SEATS 

3 file: STEPHENS; SENATORS ROYALL, WNT 

NEW FRIENDS OF DURHAM REFXIRTS CONTRIBUTIONS OF $57,652 TO 7 CANDIDATES 

ELECTIONS, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGNS 
DON'T JUST FUSS; FILE 

aCRIFF LEARY SEEKS 3RD TERM/HERON TO FILE TOMORROU 
HIGHT FILES IN S(€RFF'S RACE; HERON, BELL TO SEEK RE-aECTION 
UHICHARD, BELL PLAN RE-ELECTION BIDS; MS. HERON, CARR FILE 
2 SEEK RE-ELECTION 

MS. RECKHOU, RAY ARE SEEKING COUNTY COMMISSION SEAT; JUDGE CHANEY FILES 
RAY, CHANEY FILE FOR COUNTY OFFICES 
ELECT AL HIGHT FOR DURHAM COUNTY SHERIFF (AD) 
MORE CANDIDATES THROW HATS INTO COMMISSIONERS' RACE 
MICHAUX, OTfCRS FILE FOR FROSTS 
MICHAUX, OTHERS FILE FOR POSTS 

INSURANCE EXECUTIVE l«IGHT ENTERS COMMISSIONERS RACE 
MS. GILES, ROBINSON FILE FOR COMMISSIONER RACE 
LABARRE FILES FOR RE-ELECTION TO DISTRICT COURT BENCH 
2 MORE KMOCRATS SEEK COHMISSIC»l SEAT 
SERVICE, NOT LOOKS, KEY 
MS. BLACK STRESSES EDUCATION, GRtlWTH 
REPUBLICAN JOYCE UASDELL CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER 
REPUBLICAN WASDEU IN COMMISSION RACE 
DEMOCRAT EU6Ei€ A. BROWN RUNNING FOR COMMISSIONER 
REP. THOMF'SON WON'T RUN AGAIN; LUEBKE IS 
DAVIS FILES FOR COMMISSIOfCR RACE 
BELL TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 
COMMISSIONER BELL FILES FOR RE-ELECTION 
SMITH FILES IN DA RACE; BARRINGER MAY FILE MONDAY 

ELECTIONS, DURHAM CKJNTY, PRIMARIES 
SEE ALSO PRIMARY ELECTIONS, N.C. 
HIGHT, LEARY FILE; ASSUMING PARTY PRIMARY IN SHERIFF'S RACE 
THE BATTLE FOR SFERIFF 

ELECTIONS, N.C, 

SEE ALSO CONGRESSIOfWL CAWAIGNS 
SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C, aECTIONS 
SEE ALSO F-RIMARY ELECTIONS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO REFERENDA 
SEE ALSO SeWTORIAL CAIf^AIGNS 

RACE FOR CONGRESS, OTHER OFFICES TO BEGIN 

MS. THOMPSON HANC6 FIRE ON FILING, FUaiNG SPECULATION 

DESPITE THE BLEAK '80'S, 1990 SHOULD FAVOR STATE DEMOCRATS 

LANCASTER FILES, FACES 100- YEAR-OLD OFfCNENT 

HACKhEY GOES FOR 6TH TERM 

BARNES BANKS ON RECORD 

LATTA CAaS FOR RESTRAINT 

SEN. HELMS TO RUN FOR A FOURTH TERM 

AHORNEY EYES BID FOR HUNT'S SENATE SEAT 

PRICE, DOSSEH, CHURCH SEEK SEATS 

VALENTINE SAYS HIS 'SENIORITY' GOOD REASON FOR RE-ELECTION 

SENATOR PAYS HIS FILING FEE, FACES OPPONENT IN PRIMARY 

PRICE TO SEEK THIRD TERti IN DISTRICT SEAT 

N.C. REP, MICHAUX FILES; STONE PLANS BID FOR SeWTE 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONER SEEKS RE-ELECTION 

VALENTINE FILES, BEGINS CAMPAIGN FOR 5TH TERM 

ELAND BOWS OUT OF N.C. SENATE RACE 

WAKE COUNTY REPUBLICAN FILES FOR STATE SENATE IN DISTRICT 11 

THOMPSON BOWS OUT OF RACE 

REP. THOMPSON WON'T RUN AGAIN; LUEBKE IS 

DAVIS FILES FOR COMMISSIONER RACE 

THOMAS FILES; GANTT READY TO ANNOUNCE 

WALKER TO SEEK 9TH TERM 



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1/03/1990 C 


1 P N S69 


H 


2 


1/03/1990 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


1/04/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/^0/1990 C 


1 N S69 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


l/OS/1990 A 


1 N B53 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


3 P N C61 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 C 


1 D N 369 


S 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 


n 


1/12/1990 C 


1 D N S69 


S 


2 


1/12/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 A 


1 P A 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 N S69 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 A 


1 N H65 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 A 


1 N E33 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 C 


1 D N 


H 


2 


1/20/1990 C 


1 D N S69 


H 





1/20/1990 C 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


1/20/1990 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/22/1990 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/22/1990 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/24/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 


9 


1/25/1990 B 


1 D N 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 P N S69 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/26/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/27/1990 C 


1 D N 


S 


2 


1/31/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


1 D N S69 


H 


2 


1/15/1990 A 


4 E 



H 2 


1/01/1990 A 


1 N L40 


H 2 


1/04/1990 C 


1 D N S69 


H 2 


1/07/1990 D 


2 U L40 


H 2 


1/12/1990 B 


9 P N 


CHH 1 


1/13/1990 A 


1 P B M25 


CHH 1 


1/13/1990 A 


1 P B M25 


CHH 1 


1/13/1990 A 


1 P B M25 


H 2 


1/14/1990 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


1/15/1990 A 


1 N H25 


S 2 


1/16/1990 A 


1 P N Yll 


H 2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 P N 


H 1 


1/17/1990 C 


1 P N H60 


CHH 1 


1/17/1990 A 


3 P N M70 


H 2 


1/18/1990 C 


1 P N S69 


H 1 


1/18/1990 C 


1 N H60 


H 2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 N L40 


CHH 1 


1/23/1990 A 


3 P N M25 


H 1 


1/25/1990 B 


1 P N H60 


S 2 


1/25/1990 A 


1 P N B85 


H 2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 P N S69 


H 2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 N 


H 2 


1/30/1990 C 


3 N 


CHH 1 


1/30/1990 A 


1 P N C62 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1990 



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1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



STONE FILES FOR N.C. SENATE RACE 
WARD FILES FOR AF'PEALS COURT RACE 

ELECTIONS, N.C, PRIMARIES 
SEE PRIMARY ELECTIONS, N.C. 

ELECTIONS, N.C, RUNOFF 

BLACK POLITICIANS TO BENEFIT FROM BILL 

ELECTIONS, N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
SEE ALSO N.C. GEhERAL ASSEMBLY 
FILIfWS/ASSOCIATE MINISTER R-UNS FOR STATE HOUSE 
MS. THOMF'SON HANGS FIRE ON FILING, FUELING SPECUUTION 
RtECE MAMS STATE SENATE BID OFFICIAL 
IS TfERE AN ALTEF:NATIVE TO A FILL-TIME STATE LEGISLATURE? 
HUNT, R-OYAU, STEF'ICNS FILE TO KEEP SEATS 
3 file; STEF■^€NSi SENATORS ROYAU, HUNT 
BOYIi ENTERS SB4ATE RACE 

DESPITE THE BLEAK 'SO'S, 1990 SWULD FAVOR STATE DEMOCRATS 
HACKNEY GOES FOR 6TH TERM 
BARICS BANKS ON RECORD 
LAHA CALLS FK? RESTRAINT 
AHORNEY EYES BID FOR HUNT'S SENATE SEAT 
N.C. REF'. MICHAUX FILES; STONE FtANS BID FOR SENATE 
WRIGHT, STONE ENTER RACES 

WAKE COUf'm' REPUBLICAN FILES FOR' STATE SEhJATE IN DISTRICT 11 
THOW-SON BOWS OUT OF RACE 
R'EF'. THOMPSON WON'T Mi AGAIN; LUEBKE IS 
DAVIS FILES FOR COMMISSIOtCR RACE 
BELL TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 
WALKER TO SEEK 9TH TERM 
STONE FILES FOR N.C. SENATE RACE 

ELECTIONS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

ELECTRIC CARS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAf€S OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTl'RERS) 
6M INTRtlDUCES VOLTSUAGON 

aECTRIC LIGHTING CO. 
SEE DUKE POWER CO. 

ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIV. SFDRTS, BASKETBALL 

TOTO (ELIZABETH CITT) TRAVELS TO KANSAS TO TAKE ON NO. 1 

EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION 
SEE ALSO CIVIL WAR HISTORY 
VOTE CALLED 'SHORTEST ROAD TO E(3UALITY' (CORRECTED) 

EMBREX INC. 

MARCUSON IS NAMED NEW EMBREX PRESIDENT 
MARCUSON NEW PRESIDENT OF EMBREX 

EMERGING ARTISTS PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO ARTISTS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 

DURHAM GRANTS NURTURE EMERGING ARTISTS 

ARTS COUNCIL HONORS 14 AS EMERGING ARTISTS 

EMPLOYMENT 

SEE EMPLOYMENT, DURHAM 

SEE JOB SHARI^«3 

SEE UNEMPLOYMENT, N.C 

EMFlOYMEfff, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO JOB TRAINING 

SEE ALSO UNEMPLOYMENT, DURHAM 

TRAINING OFFERS A RtJAD OUT OF POVERTY 



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H 2 1/31/1990 C 1 P N 
H 2 1/31/1990 C 5 N 



S 2 1/09/1990 A 



U Oil 



H 2 


1/03/1990 C 


1 P N S69 


H 2 


1/04/1990 C 


1 D N S69 


CHH 1 


1/04/1990 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/04/1990 A 


4 P J 


S 2 


1/04/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 2 


1/05/1990 C 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


1/06/1990 A 


3 P N M25 


H 2 


1/07/1990 D 


2 U L40 


CHH 1 


1/13/1990 A 


1 P B M25 


CHH 1 


1/13/1990 A 


1 P B M25 


CHH 1 


1/13/1990 A 


1 P B M25 


CHH 1 


1/15/1990 A 


1 N M25 


H 2 


1/18/1990 C 


1 P N S69 


S 2 


1/18/1990 A 


1 P N H65 


H 1 


1/25/1990 B 


1 P N H60 


S 2 


1/25/1990 A 


1 P N B85 


H 2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 P N S69 


H 2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 N 


S 2 


1/26/1990 A 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


1/30/1990 A 


1 P N C62 


H 2 


1/31/1990 C 


1 P N 



H 2 1/08/1990 A 



H 2 1/17/1990 D 1 N M88 



CHH 1 1/02/1990 A 1 P N C62 



H 2 1/07/1990 D 8 P N K65 
S 2 1/15/1990 B 6 N 



S 2 1/05/1990 B 1 P N B71 
H 2 1/09/1990 A 6 P U W15 



H 2 1/17/1990 D 9 N C60 



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SEE EJ^-OYTCNT, DURHAM 

E{1PL0Y^e^T, wwcn 

WOMEN JOIN UOftK FORCE IN SWEATER NUMBERS IN N.C. 

ENDANGERED SPECIES 

PRIVACY IMFtlRTANT TO EAGLES' SURVIVAL 

ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT 
SEE ENDANGERED SPECIES 

ENJOYING YOUR TEENS (CHAPEL HILL HERALD COLUMN) 

TEENS AND JVE •90'S: HOW K) UE PREPARE THEM FOR THE FUTURE? 

CIRCLE game: PARENTS AND TEENS GO ROUND AND ROUND 

REC. LEAGUE BASKETBALL OFFER'S GAME AT FURt LEVEL 

COLLEGE AFfLICANTS 

BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR KING ECWO WITH HOPE OF DREAM COME TRUE 

END DRIVE 

SEE DURW1, N.C, OUTER LOOP 

ENO RIVER 

SEVEN MILE RESERVOIR SITE DEBATE BREWS 
LOCAL (3<0UP TO MONITOR ENO WATER QUi^-ITY 
TOWN, INOJSTRY BENEFIT FROM POLICY 
SEWAGE POUR'S INTO ENO RIVER 
INKERS SHORE UP LEAK IN SEWER LII€ 

ENO RIVER MILL 

SEE WEST POINT MILL 

ENSEMBLE PROJECT ARS NOVA 

ENSEMBLE FR-OM SWITZERLAND TO GIVE FREE CONCERT AT DUKE 
AUDIENCE AND MUSICIANS ENXY ARS NOVA STYLE 

ENTERTAINMENT, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO F'R'ODUCERS 
NUDIE SHOW IN GREENSBORO; PLAYWRIGHT PARES ALL 
A STUDY OF THE TRIANGLE/MUSIC LESSONS 
PLANNING A NI(M ON THE TOWN'' FIRST, CHECK THESE CHANGES 
...IT AIN'T HIM, BABE 
WESTERN FILM CLUB MARKS 20TH YEAR 
SEX F'OLICE STILL ALIVE IN CONTEST 

ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION 
SEE POLLUTION 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 
DON'T STRANGLE NEW BEVERAGE LAW 
ENVIRONMENT! HOP'S ON THE HORIZON? 
LEAVING NOTHING TO CHANCE 
VALENTIhC, PRICE GET HIGH MARKS 

ENVIR'ONMOJTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 

SEE ALSO Ef^iANGERED SPECIES 

SEE ALSO NOISE POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO WATER QUALITY 
SCIENTIFIC ARENA TO GET MORE BLACKS 
PUBLIC EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS PICKS EPA FIRST 
EPA CHIEF VIEWS PR'EVENTION OF POLLUTION AS HOPE OF FUTURE 

ENVIROhfilENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, DIRECTOR 
EPA BOSS TO SPEAK IN CHAPa HILL 

EPISCOPALIANS 

AP ACCOUNT HAD ERROR 

PATH TO F'RIESTHOOD F'ROVES CIRCUITOUS 



H 2 1/19/1990 B 4 N 
S 2 l/lS/1990 A 4 E 



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1/01/1990 A 


6 


U 


cm 1 


1/08/1990 A 


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u 


CHH 1 


1/15/1990 A 


5 


u 


CHH 1 


l/22/'1990 A 


O 


u 


CHH 1 


1/29/1990 A 


10 


u 



CHH 1 


1/14/1990 A 


1 P N M20 


H 2 


1/16/1990 C 


3 N 


CHH 1 


1/18/1990 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/30/1990 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/31/1990 A 


3 N 



H 
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H 
H 
H 
H 



2 1/16/1990 B 4 P N 
2 1/28/1990 E 7 P R DIO 



1/01/1990 B 
1/05/1990 D 
1/08/1990 A 
1/15/1990 A 
1/22/1990 A 
1/29/1990 A 



1 U 1466 

4 P U H90 
6 P U W66 
6 U W66 
& N U66 

5 P U W66 



CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 4 E 

CHH 1 1/25/1990 A 4 E 

CHH 1 1/28/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/31/1990 C 5 N 



H 2 1/19/1990 C t P N K65 
H 2 1/21/1990 B 1 N W60 
CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 3 P N M20 



H 2 1/13/1990 C 



1/30/1990 A 
1/30/1990 A 



4 L 
8 P N S27 



ERWIN SQUARE 



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PRtXECTS PANEL DICKERS OVER TRAFFIC RULE 

ERUIN SQUARE DEVELOP-ERS SEE NOOSE IN ORDINANCE 

PROPOSED ZONING RiiE UNFAIR TO DEVELOPERS 
OPENING NEARS 

E'VERGLAKS 

GRANT TO FIWD FLWi'IDA WETLANI6 STUDY 

FBI 



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H 2 1/11/1990 A 

S 2 1/12/1990 A 

S 2 1/24/1990 C 



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SEE FESESm. BUREAU OF INVESTIGATIOI 

FACTION QUINTET (^JSIC GROUP) 
FACTION IN CONCERT 

FAIRFIELD, ALABAm 

CITY ASSISTANT SUPERINTENIENT UYLIE FlfWLIST FOR TOP ADMINISTRATIVE 

FALL 

SEE SEASONS (SEE (^SO NAf£S OF MONTHS) 

FALLS LAKE 

LOOKING FOR EAGLES AROUND FALLS LAKE 

FALLS OF T»€ ^EUSE 
SEE FALLS LAKE 

FALSE INDIGO PLANT 

PLANT MAY HOLD KEY TO TREATING COLD 

FAMILY RELWIONS 

DLRHAM MAN REDISCOVERS BRITISH MOM 

FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO BATTERED WOMEN 
SEE ALSO CHILD CUSTODY 
SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLOCE 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASS EMBLY , COMMISSION ON THE FAMILY 
BAD PROBLEMS DESERVES BETTER IDEAS 

FAMILY VIOLENCE 

SEE DOMESTIC VICIENCE 

FARM AID BILL 

NEW FARM BILL SPARKS FEARS OF OVERHAUL 

FEDERAL AID-TO-EDUCATION 

PEa GRfWT RECIPIENTS LIKELY REDUCED BY BUSH'S PROPOSED BUDGET 

FHiERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

CHARNS CLAIMS PARTIAL UIN OVER FBI 

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD 

INSIGHT/'FED BASHING' BACK IN STYLE 

FEDERATED KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE KU KLUX KLAN 

FEU GARDENS HOUSING PROJECT 

HELMS SENTEh^CED FOR ROBBERY, ASSAULT 

FIRE FIGHTING 

SEE FIREFIGHTING 

FIREBOMBS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ARSON, DUR-HAM 
SEE ALSO FIRES, DURHAM 

UOMAN GETS 12 YEARS, SUSFedO, IN FIREB0MBIN6 

FIREEOMBING GETS UOMAN HOUSE ARREST 



H 2 1/25/1990 B 1 N D80 

CHH 1 1/02/1990 A 8 P P 

POST H 2 1/23/1990 B 1 P N C47 

H 2 1/05/1990 D 20 P F U66 



S 2 1/13/1990 C 
S 2 1/16/1990 A 



1 N 
1 P N B53 



CHH 1 1/12/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/'31/1990 B 

H 2 1/30/1990 C 

H 2 1/31/1990 C 

H 2 1/28/1990 F 



8 P N 
1 N N36 
1 P N S82 
1 T N 



H 2 1/05/1990 B 8 N 



H 2 1/03/1990 D 
S 2 1/03/1990 A 



3 N S82 
6 N 



FIREFIGHTING 



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MONTHLY/ 



SIMULATED EMERCjENCY 

FIREMEN, DURHAM 

SEE DURmM FIRE DEPT., FIREFIGHTERS 

FIRES, CHAPa HILL 

TODDLER SAt^ FROM BLAZE 

POLICE PROBE CRIMINAL CHARtSES IN UED, 

CHILD MAY HAVE STARTEIi BLAZE 

2 \m PULLED GIRL FRW FIRE HONORED 



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1/01/1990 - 


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• 1/31/1990 


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N E E 
P D — DATE — C 


I T 

L Y 

-P6 L P BYL 






cm 1 1/15/1990 A 


3 P P T44 



FIRE 



FIRES, CHAF'EL HILL, DEATHS 

INVESTIGATION CONTIIWES IN FIRE DEATH OF 2-YEAR-OLD 
CHARGES PENDING IN CHILD'S DEATH 
WOMAN SERVED UARRjWTS 

FIRES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ARSON, DURHAM 
DOWNTOWN STORE CLEARED AFTER CLOTHES CATCH FIRE 
CLEARING OUT THE SMOKE 
FIREMAN ARRIVE AS HOUSE FIRE FLASHES 
MATTRESS FIRt DAMAGES DUFIEX APARTMENT 
FRYER CATCHES FIRE, DAMAGES RESTAURANT 
MAN SOUGHT FOR BLAZE AT CORNUALLIS ROAD STATIC 
FIRE RAZES FERRELL ROAD STORAGE SHED 
2 COLLEGE SOPHOMORES SAVE NEW FIRE STATION FROM BURNING 
AR'SON SUSPECTED IN THREE FIRES AT VACANT, DOWNTOWN HOUSES 
F-OLICE LOG/BURNING GRASS, HOUSE FIRES MAY BE LINKED 
ARSON SUSPECTED IN DOWNTOW FIRES 
ARSONIST LIKELY CAUSE OF 13 FIRES WITHIN TWO DAYS 
SUSPICIOUS FIRES END; AUTHORITIES SEEK TEEN 
GRASSLAND ABLAZE 
HOUSE FIRE BLAMED ON KEROSEhC HEATER 

mmn man is arrested in i of 13 downtown fires 

MAN CHARGED IN 3 OF 13 WEEKEND FIRES 
HOMELESS MAN CHARGED WITH SEHING THREE FIRtS 
DIFLEX APARTI€NT DAMAGED BY BLAZE 

FIRES, DURHAM, DEATHS 

A YEAR LATER, DEADLY QUEEN ST, FIRE STILL A MYSTERY 

FIRES, HILLSKJROUGH 

SHED BEHIND HOJSE ERIPTS IN FLAMES 

FIRES, ORANGE COUNTY 

MISSING MAN FOUND AT SCENE OF BLAZE 

FIRES, U.S. 

DESTRUCTIVE FIRES AT YELLOWSTONE HAVE A POSITIVE SIDE 

FIREWORKS 

MOTLEY CRUE'S FIREWORKS APPROVED 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

VOTE CALLED 'SHORTEST ROAD TO EQUALITY' (CORRECTED) 

FIR'ST ClUTEm BANK AND TRUST CO. (RALEIGH, N.C.) 
FIRST CITIZENS ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR NEW BUILDIfffi 

FIRST F'RESBYTERIAN CHURCH (DURHAM, N.C.) 
PAINT JOB AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
A BIG PAINT JOB AT FIR'ST PR'ESBYTERIAN 

FIRST UNION CORP. 

FIRST UNION CORP. ACQUISITION OF FLORIDA NATIONAL IS OFFICIAL 

FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK 

SEE FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF N.C. (DIVISION OF FIRST UNION CORP.) 



CHH 1 


1/04/1990 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 2 


1/05/1990 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 


1/06/1990 A 


3 N 


mi 1 


1/30/1990 A 


1 P N 1170 


CHH 1 


1/09/1990 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 


1/11/1990 A 


3 N M70 


CHH 1 


1/12/1990 A 


3 N 


S 2 


1/02/1990 B 


1 N B53 


H 2 


1/03/1990 C 


4 P P S76 


H 2 


1/04/1990 C 


9 N 


H 2 


1/04/1990 C 


9 N 


S 2 


1/10/1990 B 


1 N B53 


S 2 


1/11/1990 A 


1 D N B53 


S 2 


1/11/1990 C 


1 N 


H 2 


1/12/1990 C 


1 P N M51 


H 2 


1/13/1990 C 


1 P N C47 


H 2 


1/13/1990 C 


1 N C47 


S 2 


1/13/1990 C 


1 N 


H 2 


1/14/1990 B 


1 N H51 


S 2 


1/15/1990 C 


1 N B53 


H 2 


1/16/1990 C 


1 P P K30 


H 2 


1/16/1990 C 


2 N 


S 2 


1/16/1990 A 


1 N B53 


H 2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 N M51 


S 2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 N B53 


H 2 


1/21/1990 B 


3 N 


H 2 


1/15/1990 B 


1 N M51 


CHH 1 


1/24/1990 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


1/16/1990 A 


3 P N U57 


S 2 


1/22/1990 C 


1 N 


cm 1 


1/26/1990 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


1/02/1990 A 


1 P N C62 


H 2 


1/07/1990 F 


1 D U 


H 2 


1/05/1990 C 


1 P P T37 


H 1 


1/05/1990 C 


1 P P T37 



H 2 1/30/1990 A 8 N 



FIRST UNION NATIONAL BAI« (UNIVERSITY DRIVE) 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY SUBJECTS 

1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 

N E 

P D 

IfU^'HAM ACADEMY SECOTffl-GRADERS LEARNING ABOUT MONEY FROM FIRST UNION BANK H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF N.C. (DIVISION OF FIR'ST UNION CORP.) 
MAJOR BANKS CUT FfilME 

FIRST UNION FIAZA 
OF'ENING fCARS 



S 

E 

— DATE — C 

1/21/1990 B 
1/09/1990 A 
1/24/1990 C 



PAC£ 62 
4/05/90 

I T 

L Y 

-PGLP BYL 

5 N C60 



1 C N 
1 P P S76 



FIRST WACHOVIA CORPORATION 

SEE ALSO i€RGERS AND TAKEOVERS 
CCB EYES MOVING CROIT CARD UNIT TO ANOTHER SATE 

FIRSTS 

SEE RECORDS AND FIRSTS 

FISH FARMING 

SEE AQUACULTURE 

FISHING T0URNA^O^TS 

FESTIVAL FI^^ING/THE TOWN (F GRIFTON IS IN A SHAIr STATE 

FISHMO^ffiER 

FISHMONGER'S EXPANDING, ADDING 34-FOOT OYSTER BAR 

FLAT RIVER 

EXPANDED LIHLE RIVER MEETINGS PLANNED 

FLIMFLAM SCHEMES 

FLIMFLAMS FLOURISHING 

FLOOD INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO FLOODPLAIN LAND 
FtRSON BOARD CONSIDERS ADOPTING ORDINANCE TO QUALIFY COUNTY FOR FLOOD... 

FLOODPLAIN LAND 

SEE ALSO FLOOD INSURANCE 
BOARD LOWER'S FLOOD-PLAIN WATER FEES 
TOWN, INDUSTRY BENEFIT FRIM POLICY 

FLORIDA STATE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

FOOTBAU'S ANNUAL FARCE! WW'S (REAaY) NO. 1? 



H 2 1/12/1990 C 1 N C60 



H 


2 


1/19/1990 D 


7 M F W66 


S 


2 


1/06/1990 C 


1 P N E33 


CHH 


1 


1/30/1990 A 


3 


N (120 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 


N f151 


H 


1 


1/09/1990 B 


1 


N H60 


CHH 
CHH 


1 
1 


1/17/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 


3 
4 


N U57 

E 


H 


T 


1/03/1990 D 


1 


P U L22 



FLU 



SEE INFLUENZA 



FOG 



FOG SLOWS TRAVEL IN TRIANON 



FOGLEMAN i WIUIAMS DEVELOPMENTS INC. 
OFFICE SUITES 

FOLK MUSIC 

SEE ALSO PINECONE (PIEDMONT COUNCIL OF TRADITIONAL MUSIC) 
PICKIN* AND PRINTIN'/ALICE GERRARD 

FOOD 

SEE ALSO BLACK-EYED PEAS 
SEE ALSO CHINESE COOKING 
SEE ALSO COOKBOOKS 

SEE ALSO GOURMET KAY (CHAPEL HILL HERALD FOOD COLUMN) 
SEE ALSO SEAFOOD 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS, NUTRITION 
SEE ALSO SOUP 

SEE ALSO U.S. FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION 
SEE ALSO WEIGHT CONTROL 
BACK TO BASICS/FOOD IN THE '90'S{ RETURN TO CLASSIC COOKING 

FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION 

SEE U.S. FOOD AND DR'UG ADMINISTRATION 



s 


T 


1/09/1990 A 11 N E33 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 G 1 P P T37 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 D 6 P U S56 



H 2 1/03/1990 B 1 D N 



FOOD CONTAMINATION 



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1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



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OFFICIALS REPORT MILK SUPPLY IN N.C. IS SAFE 

FOOD STAMPS 

DROP IN FOOD STAMP USE PUZZLES EXPERTS 

FORECLOSURES 

SEE REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES 

FOREIGN AID 

Cn REAL ABOUT FOREIGN AID 

FOREIGN UW6UAGES 

SEE ALSO nUKE UNIV. ASIAN AND AFRICAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATUF£ 
AT DUKE, A fCU WORLD OF WORDS 

FOREIGN MEDIC<^ ST^JDE^^■S 
SEE fOICAL EWJCATION 

FORT BRAGG, N.C. 

FORT BRAGG GREETS PANAMA SOLDIERS WITH HURRAHS, HUGS 

FORT BRAGG'S FINEST DROP BACK HO^E 

'THE JW BACK IN WAS BETTER' 

CHRISTMAS IN JANUARY 

Wtf^'Y I^UNION 

FT, BRAGG MAY FACE CUTS UNDER BUSH BUDGET 

THE XMIII AIRBORfC'S Hffl€COMING 

FOSTER CARE 

SEE ALSO AIOPTItW 
F|!*1ILIES TO ADOPT BLACK CHILDi^ AT PREMIUM 

FOURTH COiCRESSIONAL DISTRICT (U.S.) 
SEE ALSO CONGRESSIONAL CAtff'AIGNS 
SEE ALSO N.C, LEGISLATORS, U.S. CONGRESS 
1990 FILING PERIOD OFtNSi P-RICE GETS 4TH DISTRICT FOE 

FOXES 

SKIN^o mim. identified as fox 

FRANK F'ORTER GRAHAM CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER 
SERIES LOOKS AT RAISING U.S. YOUTH 

FRANKLIN COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

FILINGS SET UP ICMOCRATIC PRIMARY FOR FRANKIIN COUNTY SHERIFF 

FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMICRCE 

SEE LOUISSmO/FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

FRANKLIN COUNTY COfflllSSIONERS, ELECTIONS 

FILINGS SET IF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY FOR FRA^KLIN COUNTY Sf€RIFF 

FRANKLIN COUNTY EDICATION FUND 
SEE ALSO FRANKLIN COUNTY SCFCOLS 
NEW FRANKLIN EDUCATION FUhffi TO AWARD GFlANTS TO SCHOOLS 

FRANKLIN COUNH SCHOO-S 

SEE ALSO FRANKLIN COUNTY EDUCATION FUND 
NEW FRANKLIN EDUCATION FUND TO AWARD GRANTS TO SCHOOLS 

FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT., ELECTIONS 

FILINGS SET UP ICMOCRATIC F1<IMARY FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF 

FRANKLIN ST. PLAZA 

SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C, PARKING AREAS 

FREE MEALS 

SEE ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

FREEDOM DAY 

VOTE CALLED 'SHORTEST ROAD TO EQUALITY' (CORRECTED) 



S I T 

N E E L Y 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 1/04/1990 C 1 P N DSO 



H 2 1/29/1990 B 1 N 



H 2 1/19/1990 A 



H 2 1/28/1990 C 1 P N Ii80 



H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1/09/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 
1/28/1990 A 
1/28/1990 F 


1 P N 
1 N 
1 P N S69 

1 P P T32 

2 P P T32 

1 N 

2 P U H49 


S 


2 


1/27/1990 B 


1 N H65 



S 2 1/02/1990 B 

CHH 1 1/12/1990 A 

CHH 1 1/29/1990 A 

H 1 1/06/1990 B 



1 N YU 
3 P N 317 
3 P N D38 
1 N H60 



H 1 1/06/1990 B 1 N H60 

H 1 1/10/1990 C 1 N H60 

H 1 1/10/1990 C 1 N H60 

H 1 1/06/1990 B 1 N H60 



CHH 1 1/02/1990 A 1 P N C62 



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1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



CLARIFICATION 

FREEDOM OF SPEECH 

FREEDOM OF SPEECH HAS NO PARTY lliS. 

FRIENIIY CITY SECTIONS. BRIDGE TOIRNAMENT 
BRIDffi TOURtWENT SCHEIOID FEB. 24 

FRIENDS OF BLACK CHIUKEN 

SEE ALSO ADOPTIW 

SEE ALS-0 OiRHAM CmfU DEPT. OF SOCI(t SERUICES 
FW1ILIES TO AIOPT BLACK CHILDREN AT PREMIUM 

FRmm OF mw^ 

IQSER STR:AUBRIDGE OUTSPENT JENKINS BY »30,000 IN 1989 

JENKINS SF-ENT LESS IN MAYOR'S CONTEST 

reJ FRIENDS Of DURHAM R-EPORTS CONTRIBUTIONS OF 457,652 TO 7 CANDIDATES 

GR'OUP SFOTT $57,652 ON FALL ELECTION 

FKIEfrtiS OF THE imw\ LIBRARY 

SEE ALSO ItJRHAM COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 
POETRY, SHORT STORIES PROVIDE COLORfLi SESSION FOR FRIENDS 

FRIENDS OF lEYlWUTH 

'LILTING' IRISH FOETRY FILLS HALL AT WEYMOUTH WINTER ^EET 

FROGS 

RIBBIT cm BE DISSECTED WITH LITTLE mJSS OR FUSS 

FRUIT (SEE ALSO NAI€S OF SPECIFIC FWJITS) 
FRUIT LOVERS CAUGHT IN PRICE SQUEEZE 

FUEL STAMPS 

SEE HEATING FUELS, FEKRAL AID TO NEEDY 

FUNJJ RAISING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF Fl^D RAISING PRUJECTS & SPONSORirffi GROUP'S) 

SEE ALSO CHARITIES 

SEE ALSO VANCE/GRANVILLE COMJNITY COLLEGE, GIFTS AND RJND RAISIfW 
CHARITABLE OR-GANIZATIONS FIND TRIAN'GLE RESIDENTS GENEROUS GIVERS 
UfC STUIENTS RAISING FUNDS FOR STUDENT IN FLA. HOSPITAL 



FUR'S 

SKINNED ANIMAL IDENTIFIED AS FOX 

FUTURE ENTERTAINMENT GRtXf INC. 

NEW DURHAM FILM COMPANY OWLLENGES H0LLYIKK3D 

G105 

SEE WDCG-FM (DURHAM, N.C.) 

SEE LIGGEH i MYERS TOBACCO CO. 

GTE SOUTH (FORMERLY GENERAL TELEPHONE OF TIC SOUTH) 
PHONE FAILURE CUTS BUSINESS "LIFELINE' 

GAMBLING 

SEE ALSO LOTTERIES 
7 FUEAD TO GAMBLING CHARGES 

GARBAGE COLLECTION, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CIH LANIiFILL 
DURHAM LANDFILL GETS CHRISTMAS BRE(y< 

GAF:I€NING, MJRHAM 

MORE ON CARE AND NUTURING OF SEEIIINGS 

BOOKS ON SOUTHER'N GARDENING EXIST, IT JUST TAKES DIGGING 

IT MAY BE THE DEAD OF WINTER, BUT SPRING'S MAGIC HAS BEGUN 



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P 


E 
D 


S I T 
E L Y 
— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


CHH 


1 


1/04/1990 A 


8 


N 


S 


2 


1/20/1990 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/29/1990 B 


2 


N 



S 2 1/27/1990 B 1 N H45 



H 2 1/27/1990 C 

S 2 1/27/1990 B 

H 2 1/30/1990 C 

S 2 1/30/1990 C 



H 2 1/21/1990 D 

H 2 1/28/1990 F 

H 2 1/06/1990 B 

S 2 1/04/1990 A 



1 C N R63 

1 P N 

1 N S69 

1 N 



3 P U H45 
3 F U H45 
1 P N T33 
1 P N 378 



H 2 
CHH 1 


1/17/1990 C 
1/26/1990 A 


1 N K65 
3 P N 317 


CHH 1 


1/12/1990 A 


3 P N S17 


H 2 


1/05/1990 D 


3 P F B71 



S 2 1/16/1990 B 1 P N 



H 


n 

A. 


1/0^/1990 C 


9 N S82 





n 


1/08/1990 A 


1 N Yll 


H 
H 
H 


2 
2 


1/07/1990 E 
l/07/r?90 E 
1/14/1990 E 


11 P U 

11 y 

13 P U 



GASOLItC PRICES 



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ANNUAL I 
1/01/1990 - 



N D E X BY 
1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO OIL PRICES 
T^£ TRICKLE UP THEORY OF GAS PRICES 

GASOLIf€ PRICES, N.C, 
GASSING [SP 

GASOLINE F'RICES, U.S. 

BITTER OO, REFIf£RY WOES LIFT GASa.If€ PRICES HIGHER 

GASOLIIC PUMPS 

SOME GAS PU^PS SHOU 13-CENT HIKE; WEATHER BLAMEB 

GASaiNE TAXES, N.C. 

AN AUTHOSIITY WITHOUT CLOUT 

(£^ERAL ASSEMBLY 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

GENERAL ELECTRIC (WILMINGTIW, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR PLANTS, N.C. AND S.C. 
SUPREME COURT TO REVIEW CASE OF WILMINGTON Q£ UHISTLEBLOUER 

GENERAL ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT ENGIfES 

G.E. TO REOPEN DURHAM FIANT TO BUILD COMMERCIAL JET ENGINES 
GE'S DURJWM AIMMJNCEMENT PART OF $187 MILLION PLAN 
GE FACTORY HIRING AIMS AT TRIABLE 

GENERAL MOTORS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NA^ES OF SF-ECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
6M INTRODUCES WLTSWAGON 

GENESIS HOME 

SEE ALSO HOMELESS SJCLTER 
SnaiER A SUCCESS IN FIRST YE/« 

GENETIC DESIGN INC. 

N.C. COhPANY U.S. LEADER IN PATERNITY TESTS 

GBCriC EM3INEERING 

SCIENCE MIXES WITH AGRICU-TURt IN NEW P-RCGRAM AT JORDAN HIGH 

GEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE mW, NATURAL RESOURCES RESEARCH CENTER 
LAB ENTRY IS GEOLOGY LESSON 

GEORGE WAHS SOTOL 

GROUP FAWRS KEEPING WAHS SCHOOL 

GEORGIA TECH SPORTS, BASKETBAU (MEN) 

YELLOW Jf^KETS' ANDER'SON TRIPLES HIS PLEASURE AGAINST PITT 

HURLEY ys. ANIiERSON ON CENTER STAGE 

BLUE DEVILS CLASH WITH JACKFTS IN BIG ACC TEST 

BLUE DEVILS SCRAP, HAND TECH ITS FIRST LOSS 

DUKE PICKS TOUGHEST ARE^W FOR 'BIGGEST WIN' OF SEASON 

DUKE'S DEFENSE FINALLY THROTTLES JACKETS 

KOUBEK HELPS DEVILS EARN AURA OF VICTORY 

OLIVER'S SCORING HELPS TECH NIP PACK 

ACC TO OFFER 'SUPER' WEEKEND 

ANDERSON! TECH'S RISING STAR 

BLUE DEVILS SPLINTER YELLOW JACKETS WITH THEIR BDCH 

FILLING THE VOID 

BLUE DEVILS EARN 'SUPER' VICTORY 

GIRLS' BASKETBALL (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 
JORDAN GIRLS EASE PAST PERSON, 45-44 
SNOW COACHES GIRLS' HOOPS AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

SIT}€NS MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBAU 

GITHENS, LOWES GROVE TAKE TURNS WITH WINS 



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CHH 1 1/15/1990 A 4 E 

cm 1 1/03/1990 A 3 P P C45 

S 2 1/02/1990 A 1 N E33 

H 2 1/05/1990 C 1 N C60 

H 2 1/25/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/23/1990 A 1 P N 



H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


5 


N KA5 


H 


2 


1/25/1990 A 


1 


N K65 


S 


2 


1/25/1990 B 


1 


N 



H 2 l/Oe/1990 A 4 E 



s 


2 


1/29/1990 A 


1 


P N H65 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 A 


9 


N 


S 


2 


1/03/1990 A 


1 


P N Yll 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/06/1990 A 


1 


N Yll 


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


2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1/04/1990 B 
1/11/1990 B 
1/11/1990 B 
1/12/1990 B 
1/12/'1990 B 
1/12/1990 C 
1/12/1990 C 
1/14/1990 C 
1/26/1990 B 
1/28/1990 D 
1/29/1990 B 
1/29/1990 B 
1/29/1990 D 


1 P U 
1 P N M88 
1 P N D13 
1 P N L22 
1 N 1?? 
1 P N D18 
1 P U D18 
1 N L22 
1 D N F25 
1 P N 1 ?? 
4 P N B40 
4 U M88 
4 P U F25 


H 
S 


2 
2 


1/06/1990 B 
1/16/1990 C 


4 N 
4 P N M06 


S 


2 


1/23/1990 D 


4 P N A76 



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1/01/1990 



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1/31/1990 



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GLAD BAG-A-"mON 

CITY TO P(«TICIPATE IN BAG-A-THON'S m9M. QSm UP 

GLASNOST 

SEE SOVIET mim, REFKOI 

ajwo ifc. 

WX£ GETS A PEEK AT PRtUECT'S FTOGRESS 

GLAXO TO FUND BRITISH PfiJ EXHIBIT 

GLAXO CHANGES Him ON PUW 

J}€ STAIlIUH'S IJ?6ENCY 

rtUSEUI'S KMfTOWJ EXPANSION NOT AFFECTED BY GLAXO'S DECISION 

GLAXO SETS UASTE INCINERATE SESSION TODAY 

a.C»Y (FILM) 

ENTERTAINIM3 HISTORY/'a.CKY' 

GOLF 

SEE ALSO U.S. SE>JICS; OPEN GOS J&JRiifmfT 
PIfCHUR-ST'S FAivWITE FOR '94 SENIOR OPEN 

KXIRfCT KAY (CW^. HILL HER/O FtMD COLl^) 
SEE ALSO F(X)D 
GOLKfCT KAY SAYS... 
GOURfET KAY SAYS... 

aWERNfCNT CtKTKACTORS 
SEE HlfWRITY CONTRACTORS 

GCvCRNOR'S AUARD 

inm^ COMY SCWXDLS RECEIVE AUARD FO? P-ROGRAH 

H)VERN«?'S CM1ISSI0N ON !}£ REDUCTION OF If«^ANT fiORTALITY 
main PLA^<S PRE}tATid.-CARE BOOST 
'REai-TS,' mi REFISTS S5U5HT 

G0VERW:S<'3 im 

SmRTAK OF NOISEMAKERS m fCW YE/«'S EVE Wffi^'T DO 

GRANVILLE COWTY, N.C, ELECTION 

Tf-SEE-MAN RACE FCK1S FOR Sffi<IFF IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

GRANVILLE COIMY, N.C, ORDINAfJCES 

GRANVILLE TO ALLOU TE^f ORAJ^Y P-ERMITS FOR ilOBILE KO«S 

GRANVILLE COJNTY, N.C, TELEPHChES 
SEE ALSO TELEF'HONES, N.C. 
tCf'lDERSCN-OXFORD P-HCffi DECISION MAY COHE MONDAY 

C-R«WILLE CCIWTY, N.C, ZONIt« LAW 
SEE ALSO ZONING LAOS 
GRANVILLE TO AUCBJ TEMPORARY PERMITS FOR MOBILE HOfCS 

KWWILLE COIKTY CUMBER OF COI'WLR'CE 

GRANVILLE CHAMBER' ESTABLISHES BUSPCSS BEAUTIFICATION Ff.'OGRAH 
GRAD F-RESIDENT TELLS GR/WVILLE CHAMBER ABOUT DRUG P-ROGRAMS 

GRAfWILLE corny COW1ISSI0NERS 

KEEP' GRA^WILLE BEAUTIFY. FU!*N IS PRESENTED 
OXFORD BOARD WANTS VOTE ON LIQUOR BY T>£ DRI^« 
AGENCY mKiFS GRANVILLE MAN FOR RESCUE EFFaRT 
REQUEST FOR EXPAf.IO CREEDMOOR VAN SERVICE DIES 
GRANVILLE TO AaOJ TEMP-ORW^'Y PERMITS FOR MOBILE HOMES 
INTER-COVERN(€NTAL COUNCIL P-FiCPOSED IN GRAfWILLE COJNTY 

GRANVILLE COWTf COmiSSIWCRS, ELECTIONS 
mnw I^N'T SEEK GRANVILLE SEAT 



2 1/24/1990 C 2 N 



H 2 1/18/1990 A 1 M N h'26 

5 2 1/18/1990 A 1 P N B71 

H 2 1/23/1990 A 1 M N R63 

H 2 1/24/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/24/1990 D 9 P N C60 

H 2 1/24/1990 D 9 N 



H 2 1/26/1990 D 16 P R S^ 



H 2 1/12/1990 B 1 P N C49 



CHH 1 1/03/1990 B 3 U 
CHH 1 1/10/1990 B 3 U 



S 2 1/27/1990 B 2 N 



cm 1 1/06/1990 A 1 P N S17 
cm 1 l/06/19'90 A 1 C N 517 



H 2 1/01/1990 C 1 N ^36 

H 1 1/13/1990 C 1 N T33 

H 1 1/18/1990 C 1 N T33 

H 1 1/26/1990 C 1 N H60 

H 1 1/18/1990 C 1 N T33 



H 2 1/08/1990 B 
H 1 1/17/1990 C 



H 
N T33 



H 




1/03/1990 C 


1 


H T33 


H 




1/10/1990 C 


1 


N T33 


H 




1/17/1990 C 


1 


P N T33 


H 




1/18/1990 C 


1 


N T33 


H 




1/18/1990 C 


1 


N T33 


H 




1/20/1990 C 


1 


N T33 



H 2 1/08/1990 B 1 N T32 



GRANVILLE COIMY E)«R(ENCY MEDICAL SERVICES COUNCIL 



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AGENCY W3N0RS GRANVILLE MAN FOR RESCUE EFFORT 

GRANVILLE COIMY KEEP AiCRICA BEAUTIFUL SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM 
GRANVILLE CHAMBER ESTABLISHES BUSINESS BEAUTIFICATION PROGRAM 

GRANVILLE COUNTY SCHOOLS, SUPERINTENDENT 

HOULIHAN AMONG FOUR FINALISTS FOR U.S. AWARD 
HtXJLIHAN IN RUNNING FOR AWARD 

GRANVILLE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT., ELECTIONS 

THRtE-MAN RACE FORMS FOR SttRIFF IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

GRANVILLE RESIDENTS AGAINST DRUGS (GRAD) 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE, PREVENTION 
GRAD PRESirCNT TELLS GRANVILLE CHAMBER ABOUT DRUG PROGRAMS 

GRAY POWER 

SEE SENIOR CITI2ENS 

GREAT AMERICAN SMOKE-OUT 

SEE TOBACCO, ANTI-SI«KING CAMPAIGN 

GREATER TUNA (PLAY) 

IT'S A TOUR DE FORCE FOR THEATER'S CO-FOUNDER 

A DELIGHTFU. SHOW, BUT MARRED BY BIFFOONERY/' GREATER TLINA' 

GREENE VALLEY FARMS (N.C. 86) 
OWNER FACES CRUELTY CHARGE 

GREENERY REHABILITATION GROUP INC. 

BOARBMAN'S SON TO GET HOME REHABILITATION 

"GREENHOUSE" EFFECT 
MELTING OR NOT? 

GRIFTON SHAD FESTIVAL 

FESTIVAL FISHING/Tf€ TOWN OF GRIRON IS IN A SHAD STATE 

GROCERY STORES 

SHOPPING FOR GROCERIES IS AN ART FC«M 

RENOVATED GROCERY BECOMES NEW HOME 

N.C. SU'PERMARKETS TOIl TO HALT USE OF SUSPECT MIST MACHINE 

GROUP CARE HOMES 

SEE ALSO AIDS COMMUNITY RESIDENCE ASSOCIATION 
COMPASSION AND BACKFIRE 

GUARANTY STATE BANK 

2 DURHAM BANKS REPORT RECORD YEARS 

GUGGENHEIM MUSEIW 

JENNY HOLZER'S l€SSA(^S PUT U.S. ART IN A BAD LIGHT 

GULLEY, EAKES VOLLAND AND CALHOJN 

LAWSUIT PITS LEGAL ASSISTW^CE PROGRAM AGAINST CRtST STREET COMM. COUNCIL 

GUMBY'S PIZZA 

CI€CKER'S PIZZA CLOSES ITS DOORS ARER LOSING BID ON UNC CONTRACT 

GUN CONTROL 
SEE ALSO GUNS 
RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS NO GUN CONTROL BARRIER 

GUNS 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, GUNS 
SEE ALSO GUN CONTROL 
UNC author; TEENS' GUN 0ȣRSHIP STARTLING 



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D 


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E 
— DATE — C ■ 


I T 

L Y 

-K L P BYL 


H 


1 


1/17/1990 C 


I P H \ii 


h 


2 


1/08/1990 B 


1 N 


h 
h 


1 
2 


1/09/1990 B 
1/10/1990 C 


1 P N T33 
3 N T33 


H 


1 


1/13/1990 C 


1 N T33 


H 


1 


1/17/1990 C 


2 N T33 



H 2 
H 2 


1/12/1990 D 
1/26/1990 D 


6 P F Zll 
5 U B77 


CHH 2 


1/05/1990 A 


3 P N S17 


cm 1 


1/27/1990 A 


3 


N M25 


H 2 


l/02/'1990 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


1/19/1990 D 


f 


M F U66 


S 2 
S 2 
H 2 


1/03/1990 B 
1/04/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 


1 
1 
1 


D N G59 

P N E33 

N C60 


H 2 


1/03/1990 A 


4 


E 


S 2 


1/18/1990 C 


1 


N t33 


H 2 


1/07/1990 E 


7 P U G68 


H 2 


1/14/1990 B 


1 P N S82 


CHH 1 


1/22/1990 A 


3 


N W57 


S 2 


1/13/1990 A 


4 


E 



1/03/1990 A 1 N C60 



HIV VIFUS 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1990 



N D E X BY 
1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO ACQUIRED I^MJ^€ DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 
SPACE TESTS ON AIDS VIRUS MAY YIELD DRUGS 

HAKAN-CORLEY AND ASSOCIATES 

EXPANSION FIANNED FK? CARR MIU MALL 

HANAFI MUSLIMS 
SEE TERRORISM 

HANGOVERS 

TIME IS BEST CURE FCK OVERIMBIBING 

HARASSMENT 

SEE ALSO TERRORISM 
SEE ALSO THREATS 
BLACK nm CLAIMS OJRHAM POLICE HARASSMENT; PR-QBE ON 

Htf?D ROCK CffE 

TYRO BARBEQIE RESTAURATEUR FACES HARD ROa' SUIT 

HARDBACK CtfZ 

TYRt] BAR6EQLE RESTAl^ATEJ? FACES ^WRD RtKK SUIT 

HARDEE'S FOOD SYSTEMS, liC. 

HARDEE'S BUYS ROY RCCERS CHAIN 

HARDSCRABBLE 

HOME IN THE COJNTRY 

HARRIS UHOESALE INC. 

PUBLIC DRIf^ING NO LONGER 'COOL,' GROUP SAYS 

HARVARD UNIV. jm FIHKRALD KENNEDY SCHOOL OF GOVERffl€NT 
'THIfK TANK' DIRECTOR NAMED HARVARD FELLOW 

HAYTI DEVaOPMENT CORP. 

HAYTI CORP. EXPECTED TO ASK $42,000 FROM CITY 

HAHI GROUP MAY ASK FOR CITY FUNDS 

CITY REJECTS LOAN, FAVORS LEASING HERITAGE SQUARE 

COVERAGE STYMIES HAYTI 

NAT WHITE JR. A TOP FINALIST FOR TENN. POST 

UHITE IN LINE FOR NEU JOB IN TEfflCSSEE 



HAYTI SECTION 

SEE [lURH/W, N.C, 



WlYTI SECTION 



HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL 

SEE HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 

HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, HAZARMUS WASTE TREAT^£NT 
SEE ALSO INCINERATOR'S 

SEE ALSO N.C. LOW-LEVa RADIOACTIVE WASTE «ANAGE?CNT AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO N.C, WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD 

CHATHAM HAZARDOUS WASTE SITE STILL IN THE RUNNING 

DISPOSAL FACILITIES DIFFER FOR RADIOACTIVE, OTHER WASTES 

ADAR-ON'S ABRAM DENIES INSIDE INFORMATION CHARGE 

GUIDELINES WOULD REDUCE FtlSSIBLE WASTE SITES IN N.C. 

RADIOACTIVE WASTE FIANS QUESTIObO AT 'OPEN HOUSE' 

DUMP BUSTER'S 

WALKER OPPOSES WASTE FACILITY 

HEALTH CARE, COSTS 
SEE ALSO MEDICAID 
SEE ALSO ^elICARE 
DURHAM HOSPITALS FEa MEDICARE PINCH 

HEALTHWISE (RALEIK1 COMF'ANY) 

ENTREF-RENEUR BIOLOGIST STARTS CONDOMS BY MAIL BUSINESS IN TRIANGLE 



S 
N E E 
P D — DATE — C 



S 2 1/11/1990 B 
CHH 1 1/18/1990 A 



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I T 

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H=-G L P BYL 



6 N 
1 P N 062 



cm 1 1/01/1990 A 3 P N C62 



H 2 1/05/1990 A 

H 2 1/19/1990 B 

H 2 1/19/1990 B 

H 2 1/31/1990 D 

H 2 1/21/1990 F 

3 2 1/23/1990 A 



1 N N36 
4 N 
4 N 

4 N 

1 P P T37 

5 N 



H 2 1/17/1990 D 9 N K65 



H 2 1/04/1990 C 

S 2 1/04/1990 C 

H 2 1/05/1990 A 

H 2 1/05/1990 A 

H 2 1/26/1990 A 

S 2 1/26/1990 C 



N R63 
P N 

N R63 

L 
P N S69 

N 



CHH 2 


1/05/1990 A 


1 P N ,125 


CHH 2 


1/05/1990 A 


1 N M25 


H 2 


1/11/1990 C 


7 N 


H 2 


1/24/1990 B 


5 N 


H 2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


1/26/1990 A 


1 P P L38 


CHH 1 


1/31/1990 A 


3 P N M25 



S 2 1/30/1990 A 
H 2 1/04/1990 C 



1 P N E33 
3 P N K65 



HEART ASSOCIATION, DURHAM COUNTY 



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1/01/1990 



INDEX BY 
1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



SEE DURHAM CtXWTY ffiART ASSOCIATION 

HEART DISEASE 

SEE ALSO MM UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, HEART CENTER 
CHOLESTEROL NOT ONLY FACTOR IN HEART DISEASE 

tCART STRIt«S (PLAY) 

ARC PATIENT SEES SO MUCH « MUST DO 
TW36ING AT YOl« 'HEART STRINGS' 

fCATING Fl£LS, FEDERAL AID TO hEEDY 
KINDER AND COOLER? 

HERITA(£ SOJARE ASSOCIATES 

PLAWERS CALL FOR CITY TO LEASE SPACE IN HAYTI 

HERITAGE SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, HAYTI SECTION 
SEE ALSO SHOPPING CENTERS 

CITY REJECTS LOAN, FAVORS LEASING f£RITA6E SQUARE 

PLAN^ERS CALL FOR CITY TO LEASE SPACE IN HAYTI 

CITY COUNCIL GIVES NOD TO HERITAGE SQUARE LEASE 

CITIZENS SPEAK OUT FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING 

UAGERING TO PROTECT BIG ANTE 

COUNCIL VOTES THIS UEEK ON HERITAGE SQUARE DEAL 

TRUE VALl£ SITE MAY BE LEASED TO BUSINESSES, NON-PROFIT AGENCIES 

HERPES VIRUS 

STD CASES INCREASING, fCALTH DEPT, OFFICIALS SAY 

HIGH-RISES 

SEE ALSO APART^efTS 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURWM 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C, 
SEE ALSO IXIVERSITY TOJER 
DEVaOPER'S PLAN SPARKS HEIGHT SPAT 

HIGHER EUCATION 

SEE ALSO ACADEMIC TENURE 
SEE (tSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAF'EL HILL 
IVY TOl«R 

HimUAY 54 
SEE NC 54 

HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, "LOOP" 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, OUTER LOOP 

SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF TRANSPORTATION 
ALTERED ENO DRIVE PLAN SPAI^IS SECOf« OPPOSITION GRtJUF' 
DOT NIXES (^TERNATE ENO DRIVE PROPOSAL 
ALTERNATE ENO LOOP HAY ENDANGER CITY ROAD FUNDS 
FRW SAND TO QUICKSAND 

$50 MILLION HIGHWAY SHORTFAa IS CALLED 'TEMPORARY GLITCH' 
COJNCIL TO GUARD CORRIDOR OF FIRST ENO DRIVE LOOP 

HIGHWAY IffROVEMENT PROGRAM, DURHAM 
SEE DURHAM MASTER THOROUGHFARE PLAN 
SEE N.C TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 

HIGHWAY SAFETY 

SEE ALSO SEAT BELTS 
SEE ALSO SPEED LIMITS 
SEE M.SO TRAFFIC SAFETY 
GOOD NEWS ABOUT TRAFFIC JAMS 

HIGHUOODS PROPERTIES 

UNIVERSITY TOWER IS STILL 75X LEASED 



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S 2 1/17/1990 D 5 U 



H 2 1/22/1990 B 
H 2 1/25/1990 A 



H 2 1/07/1990 D 
S 2 1/05/1990 A 



1/05/1990 
1/05/1990 
1/17/1990 
1/17/1990 
1/21/1990 
1/29/1990 



1/30/1990 C 



cm 1 1/26/1990 A 



1 P Q N36 
6 P N S56 



4 E 
3 N 



N R63 
N 

N R63 
N C61 
E 

N C61 
N C60 



N M20 



2 1/24/1990 C 1 N C61 



H 2 1/28/1990 C 1 U 



H 


2 


1/13/1990 C 


1 N R63 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 A 


1 M N R63 


S 


2 


1/18/1990 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 D 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 C 


4 P N 


S 




1/30/1990 A 


1 M N C61 



H 2 1/10/1990 A 4 E 
S 2 1/05/1990 A 1 P N E33 



HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. 



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TO»l, INDUSTRY BEfCFIT FROM PXICY 

HILLSBCS«XX5H, N.C., (:tf«€XATION 

BOARD Crt«TS HILLSKRaX»^ (^*£XATICN BOMiARIES 

HILLSBOROUjH, N.C, STREETS 

l«ST HILL AVE. FTOJECT LINB.Y Tff'IC FOR TOl« BCARTi TONISfT 

HILLSBCROUJI, N.C, THOfOlXM^ARE PLAN 

KJARIi CmRTS HILLSBOROUGH Af#£XATICN BOMiARIES 

HILLSECR0U5H, N.C, UATER AND SEVER LIfCS 

SEE ALSO CftAN(£ COJNTY, N.C, WATER' AND SE1£R LIfCS 
BC««IJ LSCRS FLOOD-FIAIN WATER FEES 
fCy HOPE SCHOOL TO GET WATER SERVICE 
Taw, INDUSTRY BE?£FIT FROh PXICY 

HILLSBORtXJGH fi«TS C015CIL 
ARTS FOR ALL 

HILLSK3?aiGH BOARD CF CO«1ISSI0f£RS 

UEST HILL M£, PROXCT LIKELY TtPIC FOR TOtW BOARD TONiaff 
La®G tf-POINTED TO HILLSBWOUjH BCARIi 
ALERT CAitl FOCUS OF HILLSBOR-OBH CCi^lAINTS 
KCOfCECHEE PLANS ACCEPTED 
reiOCRACY'S spirit accepts DISSENT 
BOARD LOtERS FLOOD-PLAIN '4ATER FEES 
«U IBPE SCHOOL TO GET UATER SERVICE 
TOl*J, INDUSTRY BEftFIT FRWI FiXICY 

HILLSBGR0U3H BOARD OF COfWISSICMRS, fC?(BERS 
T(SW TO PICK X»<SCN SUCCESSOR 

HILLSBOWGH CJWIBER GF OMCRCE 
EBC CrtiMBERS HAY XIN EFFORTS 

HILLSBO^JJGH PLAf#<If« BOARD 

EW*Ii CrtiRTS HILLSBC3«3UGH Af^OATION Bff.^^DARIES 

KiaSIK HIGH SCHOa 

GROlf FAVORS KEEPING UAHS SCHOX 

FaiCE LOG/PinSEGR-C iHAN CHAR-GEL IN ROBBERY AT KOfE IN HJRHAM 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD AIO^'TS BUILIUNG FtAN 

SCHCCL BOARD OKS BUILDI^ffi PLAN 

HILLSirC HIGH SCHOO. fty«>ilfffi BAND 

HILLSIDE Bm) PLiWS flARDI S^ STRUT— IF ttCfCY PERMITS 
B(W NEEDS TRIP hCLP 

HILLSIDE HIGH SCtWL SPORTS, BASKETBl^ (BOYS) 

TOll?NAf€NT WIN riC^CS HILLSIDE INTO USA TOP 20 

HAW^HAM, HORNETS LOCK TO BLEMISH FALCffl^'S RECORD 

R-OGER-S POi.ER-S ^«R^€TS 

FALCONS CAN'T HA,mf RtX£RS 

R1DGERS, HILLSIDE TOP' OR'ANGE 

HORfCTS Sm^ OFF SLOW ST(y<T, STiy PANTyCRS 

RO^RS, HILLSIDE RIP DHS 

HILLSIIE HIGH SCHOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (GIRLS) 

WILLIAMS HJILDS HILLSIDE GIRLS INTO PAC-6 LEADER 

HISTORIC HILLSBOROU»^ C»«1ISSI»< 

CFJ^DEN TO LEAD HISTORIC OMISSION 

HISTORY, OJRHAM 

SEE DURHAM, N.C, HISTORY 

HISTORY, N.C. 

SEE N.C, HISTORY 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — MTE — C -PG L P BYL 

cm 1 1/18/1990 A 4 E 

a« 2 1/07/1990 A 3 P N i57 

cm 1 1/08/1990 A 3 P N le? 

cm 2 1/07/1990 A 3 P N U57 



cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 



cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 



1/17/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 



3 N iS7 

3 P N S67 

4 E 



cm 1 1/22/1990 A 3 P P T44 



1/03/1990 A 
1/10/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 



3 P N y57 
1 P N t57 



N 'J57 
M N U57 
E 

N ;«7 
P N iE7 
E 



OH 2 1/05/1990 A 3 P N fc57 
cm 1 1/19/1990 A 3 N y57 
cm 2 1/07/1990 A 3 P N iS7 



2 1/06/1990 A 

2 1/18/1990 C 

2 1/24/1990 A 

2 1/24/1990 A 



1/24/1990 C 
1/25/1990 A 



1/03/1990 D 
1/12/'1990 B 
1/13/1990 D 
1/13/1990 B 
1/20/1990 D 
1/20/1990 B 
1/27/1990 D 



1 N Yll 

1 P N hSl 

1 C N W60 

1 N Yll 



1 N Yll 

4 E 



N B40 
N E40 
N B40 
N F52 
N G55 
N A76 
N T44 



S 2 1/24/1990 D 
cm 1 1/13/1990 A 



1 P N A76 
3 N 



HITTING T>C ROAD (COLIWJ) 



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SUBJECTS 



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C -I 



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PG L P BYL 



SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAfES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
HiniNG T}£ ROAD 
HITTING TV€ ROAD 
HiniNG Tt€ ROAD 
HiniNG TJ€ ROAD 

HOG ROCK CAFE 

TYRO BARBEQUE RESTAURATEUR FACES HARD ROCK SUIT 

HOLIDAYS, DUWIAM 

SEE Wfim, N.Cm HOLIDAYS 

HOaOUAY ST. SCMHJL 

GROUP FAVORS KEEPING WATTS SCHOOL 

HOIES OR SCHOOL IS CHOICE THAT MAY FACE EAST ENDERS 

"Tt€ HOLOCAUST" 

HOLOCAUST URITIW3 CONTEST AfMHMXD 

HOLTON MIDDLE SCHJO. 

GROUP FAVORS KEEPING UAHS SCHOOL 

4 PUBLIC ^EARIN6S SET m CITY SCHOOLS CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS 

PUBLIC EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS PICKS EPA FIRST 

SCHOOL BOARD OKS BUILDING PlfH 

HOME BIRTHS 

SEE CHILDBIRTH 

HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION tF DURHAM AND CHAPEL HILL 
2 DURHAM BUILDER'S SHARE ASSOCIATION'S TOP AWARD 
HWEBUILDERS HONORS 

HOME COMPUTERS 
SEE COfffUTERS 

HOJ€ Iff ROVEiCNT LOAN PROGRAM 
SEE HOUSING, LOAN PROGRAMS 

HOME LOANS 

SEE HOUSING, LOAN PROGRAMS 

HOMELESS SHELTER 

SEE ALSO AIDS COMMUNITY RESIDENCE ASSOCIATIt»( 
SEE ALSO COMfWNITY SHELTER 
SEE ALSO GENESIS HttC 
SEE ALSO STREET PEOPLE 

HISTORIC STATUS FOR SHELTER BACKED 

DURWiM TAX AWARD NETS 194 APARTMENTS 

FFANKLIN, PERSON LOSE AID 

MORE SECURITY A IWST FOR WJRHAM LIBRARY 

HELP CALLS INCREASE NEAR SJELTER 

CRIIC, IFC SnaTER Lim NOT VALID, OFFICIAL SAYS 

SHELTER A SUCCESS IN FIRST YEAR 

HOMEOWhERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION 
PANEL WILL STUDY tCfEOWhER'S' COMPLAINTS ABOUT PROTECTION 
LET MOM, DAD VELP 

HOMEOWNER'S LOANS 



1/04/1990 D 
1/11/1990 D 
1/18/1990 D 
1/25/1990 D 



S 2 1/06/1990 A 
S 2 1/19/1990 B 



S 2 1/06/1990 A 

H 2 1/07/1990 B 

H 2 1/21/1990 B 

S 2 1/24/1990 A 



1/17/1990 D 
1/17/1990 C 



1 U F65 

1 U F65 

1 U F65 

1 U F65 



H 2 1/19/1990 B 4 N 



1 N Yll 
1 N 



H 2 1/03/1990 D 8 N 



1 N Yll 

1 N C47 

1 N W60 

1 N Yll 



4 P N 
1 P P K30 



CHH 1 


1/10/1990 A 


3 N 


S 2 


1/11/1990 A 


1 N E33 


S 2 


1/11/1990 A 


1 N 


S 2 


1/11/1990 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/27/1990 A 


3 M N M25 


CHH 1 


1/27/1990 A 


3 N M25 


S 2 


1/29/1990 A- 


1 P N H65 


H 2 


1/25/1990 A 


1 N 


H 2 


1/25/1990 A 


4 E 



HONDA ACCORD 

accord: iCTAPHOR FOR THE 



'80S 



H 2 1/14/1990 D 4 



HOPE PLANTATION 

HOPE PLANTATION TOURS EXTD^DED 

RED CROSS RAISED $11,200 ON HOPE HOUSE TOURS 



H 2 1/O4/1990 C 
H 2 1/18/1990 C 



2 N 
6 N 



HOF'E VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB 



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comwi auB i«at>€red the great icpressiw 

HORSE UflPIW) 

NORTfMIOD TEEN COMBINES HIS FAVORITE HOBBY, JOB 

HORSES 

SEE ALSO RODEO 
UlhfTER HWaiNG 

mSPITAL CARE ASSOCIATION 

SEE BLLE CROSS (WD BL1£ SHIELD OF N.C. 

HOSTAKS, LEBANON 

HOSTAK'S SISTER BRINGS PUSH FOR HIS RELEASE TO N.C, F15£SS 

HOTELS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO LANDMARK IMS CF KJRHAM INC. 
SEE ALSO mil DURHAM HOTEL AND CONVENTION CENTER 
HOTa OCCUf'ANCY EXPECTED TO RISE 

mTELS, N.C. 

HOTEL CCCUF-ANCY EXPECTED TO RISE 

HOJSING, COSTS 

SEE ALSO CONSTRICTION INDUSTRY 
FEU CAN AFFORD f£W hOJC, STUDY SHOWS 

HOUSING, Dlff^HAM 

SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 

SEE fL30 UMm, N.C, DOWNTOWN DEVELOPICNT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM HOUSING AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO LOW-INCOiC HOJSING 

SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF HOUSING AND URBAN IiEVELCPMENT 
IfCREASING RATE OF RTP NOCOMERS CHOOSINtj DURHAM HOMES 
U.S. ^MM' CITES limm builder for DEVELOPING AFFORDABLE HOUSING 

HOUSING, LOAN PROGRAMS 
SEE f^SO WtUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ^«USING-REHA&ILITATIffi^ LOAN PR0GR:A>1 
HUD LO^ CEILING HIGHER IN ORANGE THAN IN CHATHAM 

HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTS;,? 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, HOUSING 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, LOAN PROGRAMS 

MORTGAGE RATES EXPECTED TO CONTINUE DROPPING THIS YEAR 

LEGISLATORS PtMO? HOUSING GAP 

HOUSING, SENIOR CITIZENS 

SEE SENIOR CITIZENS, TOUSING 

HOUSII« AND [mm I£VELOPHENT 

SEE U.S. DEPT, OF HOUSING AND \lRSm [£VELOF-MENT 

HOUSING-REHABILITATION LOAN PRtMRAM 
EIGEMONT fOfCS 

HLIMAN LIFE BILL 
SEE AKKTION 

HUMAN RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO CIVIL RIGHTS 
l\mm VOLUNTEER HELPED DRIVE AID TO EL SALVADOR 

WRRICANES 

SEE ALSO WEATVCR, Dlff^lAM 
SEE ALSO WEATfCR, N.C. 
ISLAND USES SCHOOLS TO SURVIVE STORM 



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H 2 1/06/1990 A 6 P P L38 



H 2 1/24/1990 C 1 P P L38 



H 2 1/19/1990 A 1 P N C60 



S 2 1/13/1990 A 
S 2 1/13/1990 A 



1 N E33 
1 N E33 



cm 1 1/26/1990 A 1 C N M20 



H 2 1/21/1990 B 
S 2 1/29/1990 C 



1 N C60 
1 N 



a« 1 1/15/1990 A 3 N M25 



H 2 1/09/1990 B 
cm 1 1/27/1990 A 



1 N L40 
1 P N M70 



H 2 1/07/1990 F 1 P P T37 



H 2 1/04/1990 C 1 P N N36 



S 2 1/29/1990 C 1 P N Yll 



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SEE ABORTION 

HYPODERtllC fCEDLES 
SEE NEEDLES 



1-40 



NEXT-TO-LAST SECTION OF 1-40 TO OPEN 
SECTION OF 1-40 OPENS IN DUPLIN COUNTY 
COhPLETION OF 1-40 BOOST FOR BEACHGOERS 



1-85 



STATE UANTS WATER, SEVER LINES TO 1-85 REST STOPS 
SEVEN MILE RESERVOIR SITE DEBATE BREWS 
HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR UEERY OF CtXJNH PROPOSAL 



1-95 



MARTIN URGES 'PIPLINE' EFFORT 



IBM 



SEE INTERNATIONAL BUSIfCSS MACHINES CORP. 

ICE SKATING 

SEE ALSO TRI(««LE flWRE SKATING CLUB 
TILLEYS: HAVE ICE SKATES, WILL TRAVEL 
ICE SKATING IS NOT JUST FOR NORTHERNERS ANYMORE 

IDENTICAL TWINS 
SEE TWINS 

ILLEGAL IH^IPING 

SEE WZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N,C, 

ILLITERACY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM LITERACY COIMIIL 
SEE ALSO READING 

ILLITER'ACY PROBLEM FACES AHACK 

STUIOTS WHO m<.Z A DIFFERENCE 

ILLITERACY NEEDS ACTION, INCENTIVES 

I'M NOT RtffAPORT (PLAY) 

'RAPPAPORT'; LAUGHING LOOK AT THE MYTHOLOGY OF AGING 
RLT'S 'I'M NOT RAPPAPORT' IS WITTY AND MOVING PRODUCTION 

INCINERATORS 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 
ADARON'S ABRAM DENIES INSIDE INFORMATION CHAR'GE 
GLAXO SETS WASTE INCINERATOR SESSION TODAY 

INCOME TAX FORMS 

WOE IF Yaj DO, WOE IF YOU lON'T 

SOME AMERICANS GET BREAK ON FORM, TAXES 

LAW STUIENTS OFFER TAX HELP 

FREE TAX RETURN ICLP OFFERED BY SENIOR'S PROGRAM 

INCOME TAX REFUNDS 

SEE ALSO RAPID TAX REFUNDS 
N.C. REVAMP OF RAPID TAX REFUNDS W5GED 
IRS RETUR'NS H) aECTRONIC 

INDECENT LIBERTIES 

SEE CHILD MOLESTATION 

INDIGO GIRLS (MUSIC GROF) 

TfCY AREN'T SELF-SERIOUS OR 'PREACHY,' THEY INSIST/INDIGO GIRLS 

INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS 
LET MOM, DAD HELP 

INFANT MORTALITY 

MARTIN FIANS PRENATAL-CARE BOOST 



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H 2 1/31/1990 D 8 N 
S 2 1/31/1990 A 4 E 



H 1 1/04/1990 C 1 N T33 
CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 1 P N M20 
CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 5 N M20 



H 2 1/27/1990 A 



2 1/23/1990 D 
2 1/23/1990 D 



5 P N M06 
5 P N M06 



2 1/28/1990 B 10 P N K65 
2 1/28/1990 F 4 E 
2 1/28/1990 F 5 U L42 



H 2 1/16/1990 A 6 
S 2 1/16/1990 B 3 



R U66 
R 



H 2 1/11/1990 C 7 N 
H 2 1/24/1990 D 9 N 



H 2 1/04/1990 A 4 E 

S 2 1/05/1990 A 4 E 

S 2 1/16/1990 B 1 N 

H 2 1/28/1990 A 15 N 



2 1/21/1990 A 1 N L40 
2 1/27/1990 C 1 N S69 



H 2 1/19/1990 D 5 P U H90 
H 2 1/25/1990 A 4 E 
cm 1 1/06/1990 A 1 P N S17 



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'RESULTS,' NOT REPORTS SOJGHT 

BUDGET POm. BACKS «)VERNCR ON PLAN TO EXPAND MEDICAID 
NORTH CAROLINA'S Iff ANT-DEATH RATE SHXO BE fttXft CONCERN 
N.C. PUTS UP SERIOUS RESOLRCES IN FIGHT fOfiimi CHILD MORTALITY 
I^FANT WKTALITY FIGHT IS «XTI-FACETED 

IfFANTICIDE 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 
SEE ALSO CHILISEN, (*M£R 
SEE ALSO (*JRDER, N.C. 

TEEN CHARGED AFTER ICAD IhFANT FCXIND 

INFLl£NZA 

^£AL^H (FFICIALS EXFtCT FLU TO LAND IN WKm^ 

ALAMANCE HOSPIT(^S CURTAILING VISITS TO (€LP CONTRtL FLU 

FLU KEEPS SCHCO. ATTENDANCE IXM 

DXTORS, TEACtCRS GRAFflE WIT>^ FLU EPIIOIIC 

INFORMATION fCTWWW 

SEE ALSO ttJRWtH COWTY, N.C, COMPUTERS 
COMY PUmim IffORWlTION t€JVim 

INSIGHT (DWWai MOWING hCRALD COLIW^ AND SECTION) 
INSIGHT/EXCELLENCE; THE H)AL fm DLRW^ 
INSiafr/CR(«KS IN Tf£ SYSTEM 
INSIGHT/REBUILDIf* PWWIA WILL BE EXPEfvSIVE 
INSIGHT/f€U SPACE PLA^E (FF TO A SLOU START 
INSIGHT/ONE STEP IP, TW STEPS BACK 
INSIOfl"/ JUSTICE LWSERVED 

INSTITUTE f(^ TPANSPORTATION RESEARCH 
^E ALSO TR/yriC SAFETY 
LCNGTII€ RTP TENANT PUWS mJE 

INTER-FAITH COIJCIL FOR SOCIAL SERVICE 

HISTORIC D£SIG^WTION OF Sffl-TER' EXPECTED 

EASY DC£S IT 

HISTORIC STATUS FC« SfCLTER BACKED 

THAM<S FCR SPCWSCKING ftSWP 

KELP CALLS INCREASE fCAR SHELTER 

CRIME, IPC S^£LTER lim NOT VALID, OFFICIAL SAYS 

IPC'S SER'VICE [G1AND ON RISE 

MOBILE Kl(€ a*£RS' LOT DIKXjSSED 

INTEREST RATES 

SEE ALSO MORTGAGE RATES 
SEE ALSO PRIME INTEREST RATE 
BATTLE O^XR CONSlilER CREDIT RATES RESUCS 

INTERN!^ REVENUE SERVICE 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF REVEME 
WOE IF YOU DO, KE IF YOU DON'T 
SOME AMERICANS Q£T EffEAK ON FORM, TAXES 
IRS RETURNS (ffl ELECTR-QNIC 

INTERNATIONAL El^SIfCSS MAO^I^ES CORP, 
IBM EOWlTES COMF'UTERS TO IUKE 

INTERfJATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP., RESEARCH TRIANGLE PAIW 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIW«L£ PARK 

IE« PROMOTES C;«EY TO SENIOR PROGRAfWER 

INTERSTATE 
SEE 1-40 
SEE 1-85 
SEE 1-95 



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C-m 1 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



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1/10/1990 C 
1/14/1990 D 
1/18/1990 A 
1/19/1990 A 



1 C N S17 
10 N L40 
5 L 
5 U Oil 
5 U Oil 



H 2 1/26/1990 C 



S 2 1/08/1990 C 

H 1 1/23/1990 B 

S 2 1/23/1990 A 

on 1 1/31/1990 A 



N H65 
N H60 
N Yll 
P L38 



S 2 1/31/1990 C 1 N H65 



1/07/1990 D 
1/14/1990 D 
1/14/1990 D 
1/14/1990 D 
1/21/1990 D 
1/28/1990 F 



H 2 1/30/1990 C 1 N K65 



CHH 

cm 

CHH 

cm 

CHti 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 



1/07/1990 
1/10/1990 
1/10/1990 
1/24/1990 
1/27/1990 
1/27/1990 
1/27/1990 
1/28/1990 



N 
P P L38 

N 

L 
M N M25 

N M25 
P N 

N 



H 2 1/12/1990 C 1 N L40 



H 2 1/04/1990 A 4 F 
3 2 1/05/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/27/1990 C 1 N S69 



S 2 1/22/1990 C 1 P N 



2 1/25/1990 C 4 P N 



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SEE 1-85 

INVISIBLE EMPIRE - KNIGHTS OF TJ€ KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE KU KLUX KLAN 

INVOLUNTARY MANSLAWMER 
SEE MANSLAUGHTER 

IRA J. GORDON ^eiORIAL COffl^RENCE ON PARENT EDUCATION AND INVOLVEMENT 
LEVIN TO DELIVER IRA J. GORDON LECTURE 

ISLAM (GOCRAL fEADING) 
SEE ALSO MUSLIMS 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CmRCHES) 
HEEDING T»E CALL 

ISLAMIC CENTER 

PLA^8CRS BACK ISLAMIC MOSQUE 
PLACING BOARD OK'S MOSQUE 
PLANNING BOARD MAKES GOOD DECISION 
BOARD t€MBER EXPLAINS ANTI-MOSQUE VOTE 

HEEDING THE CALL 

PERHAPS 'StXmCRN' MOSQUE WMU FIT BETTER 

JOBS 

SEE JOB OPPORTUNITIES AND BASIC SKILLS (JOBS) 

J.C. PENNEY GQUEN RULE AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO VOLIMEERS, DURHAM 

FIVE VOLUNTEERS PRESENTED PEhflCY GOLDEN RIA£ AWARDS 

AWARD WINNERS 

J.R.H. PROPERTIES INC. 
SEE ALSO ALLENTON, INC. 
EX-MAYOR BUYS REAL ESTATE DIVISION 

JAILS, DURHAM 

SEE WJRHAM COUNTY JAIL 

JAMAICA 

ISLAND USES SCHOOLS TO SWWIVE STORM 

JAMES B. DUKE ENDOWMENT 
SEE DUKE ENDOWMENT 

JAPAN 

SEE ALSO TOKTO STRING QUARTET 
NO BULL! JAPAJ€SE GROUP INTERESTED IN DURHAM FRANCHISE 

JAPArESE (LANGUAGE) 

STUDe^TS STUDY JAP<^SE VIA TELEVISION 

JARVIK HEART 

PlllING WE PLUG 

JAZZ 

HERALDING TIC... TOP 10 IN JAZZ 

JAZZ PIANIST TAYLOR IS A SADLY OVERLOOKU) MASTER 

CR'EAM OF T^£ CRW IN GROWN-UP MUSIC 

A JAZZ STAR OF TOMORROW PLAYS YESTERYEAR'S BEBOP 

CAMPBELL, AS LEADER, A TWINKER'S PIANO MAN 

JET ENGINES 

G.E. TO REOPEN DURWiM PLANT TO BUILD COMMERCIAL JET ENGINES 
GE'S DURHAM ANNOUNCEMENT PART OF $187 MILLION FIAN 
GE FACTORY HIRING AIMS AT TRIANGLE 

JEHIES 

COMMISSION STANDS BY BAN ON JEHIES 



S I T 

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P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



cm 1 1/23/1990 A 1 N 



cm 1 


1/21/1990 A 


1 P N 


CHH 2 


1/07/1990 A 


3 N M70 


cm 1 


1/10/1990 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


1/11/1990 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/14/1990 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


1/21/1990 A 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


1/21/1990 A 


4 U 



H 2 1/12/1990 C 3 N K65 
S 2 1/13/1990 A 6 P P T37 



S 2 1/02/1990 A 1 N E33 



S 2 1/29/1990 C 1 P N Yll 



H 2 1/24/1990 D 1 P N M88 



H 2 1/27/1990 B 1 P P M66 



H 2 1/17/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/02/1990 A 6 P R S66 

H 2 1/09/1990 A 6 B S66 

H 2 1/18/1990 A 6 R S66 

H 2 1/23/1990 A 6 P R S66 

H 2 1/30/1990 A 6 R S66 



H 2 1/23/1990 B 5 N K65 
H 2 1/25/1990 A 1 N K65 
S 2 1/25/1990 B 1 N 



H 2 1/27/1990 A 12 N 



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JETTY Bm PROVIDES PTOTECTION FOR MANY 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES AND BASIC SKILLS (JOBS) 
SEE fLSQ XB TRAINIfW 
SEE ALSO WELFARE REFORM 

WAYS TO BEGIN WELFARE REFORM IS SUBJECT OF TODAY'S MEETING 

PROGRAM SEEKS TO REIUCE NEED FOR WELFARE 

TRAINING OFFERS A ROAD OUT OF POVERTY 

JOB SHARING 

SHARING T}€ LOAD 

JOB TRAINING 

SEE ALSO JOB OPPORTUNITIES AND BASIC SKILLS (JOBS) 
WAYS TO BEGIN UELFARt REF(S31 IS SUBJECT OF TODAY'S MEETING 
PRDGRAM SEEKS TO REDUCE NEED FOR WELFARE 
TRAINING OFFERS A R-OAD CXJT OF POVERTY 

JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT 

TRIE VALUE SITE MAY BE LEASED TO BUSIf€SSES, NON-PROFIT AGENCIES 
CLEARING T}£ RECORD 

JOHN AVERY BOYS' AND Gira.S' CLUB 
SEE ALSO BOYS' CLUBS OF W£RICA 
BOYS aUB IS HISNO(€R 

JOHNSTON TECWICAL COLLEGE 

TRACTOR-TRAILER CAB PART OF CLASSROOM AT VANCE-GRANVILLE COMM, COLLEGE 

JOINT ORANGE/CHATWtfl COOPERATIVE WORK GROUP 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHANGE COUNTY, N.C. 
BOARD SETS 5-ACRE AVERAGE AT UNIVERSITY LAKE 
FIRM PENS DEFENSE OF FINDINGS ON UNIVERSm LAKE PR-QTECTION 
OFF ICI/y.S TO TACKLE UATERSfO EXTENSION 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL, STUDENTS 

SCIENCE MIXES WITH AGRICULTURE IN ICW PROGRAM AT JORDAN HIGH 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 

NORTfCRN STATES ITS CASE, SWATS TIGERS 59-50 

JORDAN 82, PERSON 75 

JORIiAN FALCONS STILL OMY UNBEATEN TEAM 

UPSTART JORDAN FfLCKM FLYING HIGH AGAIN FOR AVERY 

MAR-KIWI, HORNETS LOOK TO BLEMISH FALCON'S RECORD 

ROGERS POWERS HORNETS 

FALCONS CAN'T HANDLE ROGERS 

NORTHERN NIPS F(i!lCS IN OVERTIME 

GOTTEN 'S BOMBS HELP TIGERS FEND OFF JORDAN RALLY 

BERRY HELF-S JORDf!^ FQCL EXPERTS 

RESERVE BOUENS HITS FOR 32, FALCONS HOLD ON 

BCWENS LEADS FALCONS PAST DHS 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOa SPORTS, SUIW1ING (BOYS) 
FALCONS SPW.SH TO VICTORY 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SWIPING (GIRLS) 
FALCONS SPALSH TO VICTORY 

XRDAN LAKE 

SEE B. EVEREH JORDAN LAKE 

JUDGES, DURHAM COJNTY 

SEE ALSO COURTS, DURHAH COUNTY 
LABARRE OJT, TITUS IN AS CHIEF JUDGE 

LAEARRE OUSTED AS DURHAM'S CHIEF JUDGE AFTER VERBAL JABS AT HIGH COURT.. 
LABAR-RE, TITUS SAY EXUM'S ACTION CAME AS SURPRISE 
LABARRE'S REMOVAL SURF'RISES OFFICIALS 
BEE IN A POWDER-ED WIG 
SOME JUDGES LEERY OF SEEKING CHANGES 



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H 2 1/16/1990 C 2 P N C60 
S 2 1/16/1990 B 1 P N H65 
H 2 1/17/1990 D 9 N C60 



H 2 1/14/1990 E 1 P N S56 



H 2 1/16/1990 C 2 P N C60 
S 2 1/16/1990 B 1 P N H65 
H 2 1/17/1990 D 9 N C60 



2 1/30/1990 C 1 N C60 
2 1/31/1990 A 2 N 



S 2 1/09/1990 B 5 P N A76 
H 1 1/31/1990 C 1 P N H60 



a* 


1 1 


1/20/1990 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 


1 1 


1/21/1990 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 


1 1 


1/29/1990 A 


1 P N C62 


S 


2 


1/03/1990 A 


1 P N Yll 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


4 P N B40 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


4 N G55 


H 


2 


1/09/199O B 


3 P N B40 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 B 


3 P N B40 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 B 


3 P N B40 


H 


2 


1/13/1990 D 


1 P N B40 


S 


2 


1/13/1990 B 


1 P N F52 


H 


2 


1/20/1990 D 


3 P N B40 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 D 


3 N WIO 


S 


2 


1/30/1990 B 


3 P N F?2 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 D 


3 P N R54 


S 


2 


1/31/1990 D 


3 P N P52 


S 


2 


1/30/1990 A 


2 N A76 


S 


2 


1/30/1990 A 


2 N A76 



S 


2 


1/13/1990 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 A 


1 P N S82 


H 


2 


1/15/1990 A 


1 N 382 


S 


2 


1/15/1990 A 


1 N B53 


H 


n 


1/17/1990 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 A 


1 P N B53 



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TITUS TACKLES DISTRICT COURT EFFICIENCY 

JUDGES, DURHAM COIMY, ELECTIONS 
JUDGE MANSON SEEKS RE-ELECTION 
JUDGES JOWJSON, TITUS FILE 

«S. RECKHOU, RAY ARE SEEKING COUNTY COMMISSION SEAT; JUDGE CHAf€Y FILES 
RAY, CHANEY FILE FOR COUNTY OFFICES 
LABARRE FILES FOR RE-ELECTION TO DISTRICT COURT BENCH 
2 MORE DEMOCRATS SEEK COMMISSION SEAT 

JUDGES, Dl^HAM COUNTY, SALARIES 

LABARRE mSS SINGLE COURT SYSTEM, SAYS DISTRICT JJDGES ARE UNDERPAID 

JUDGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. SUPREME COURT 
MINISTER, JJD6E FILE FOR HOUSE, BENCH SEATS 
DUWAM C0URTR0M1S NEED EXTRA SECURITY 

JUDGES, N.C, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. 
HP'S JUDICI^ QUANDARY 
CONTROVERSY OVER JUDGES' 



TERMS SPREAIS BEYOND DURHAM 



JUDGES, N.C, SAL««IES 

DURHAM DISTRICT JUDGE SEEKS RAISES FOR COLLEAGUES, SELF 

LABARRE URGES SINS^ COURT SYSTEM, SAYS DISTRICT ^iGES ARE UNDERPAID 

JUDGES, U.S., S^JWIES 

SOCIAL security: a JUDICIAL JRltl. 

JUNK YARDS 

JIM 'STILL' situated ON ROCKY HILL 
OFFICIAL SUPPORTS ROCKY HILL PLANS 

KAYE PRODUCTS IHC, 

BOARD LOWERS FLOOD-PLAIN WATER FEES 

KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL SYSTEM 
cm TO PARTICIPATE IN BAG-A-TmN'S ANNUAL CLEAN UP 

KEEP GRANVILLE COJNTY BEAUTIFUL 

KEEP a^ANVILLE KAUTIFUL PLAN IS PRESENTED 

KERR-TAR COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 

FIVE COUNTIES MAY BUILD REGIONAL LANIf ILL 

KID'S CLUB AND HEALTH CENTER (GARY, N.C.) 
WORKING IT OUT 

KITE FLYIMj 

TRYING OUT A CHRISTMAS TOY 

KIUANIS CLUBS 

SEE DURHAM KIWANIS CLUB 

KLAN-NAZI TRIAL 
SEE KU KLUX KLAN 

KNIGHTS OF TfC KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE KU KLUX KLAN 

KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 

NAT tWITE JR. A TOP FINALIST FOR TENN. POST 
WHITE IN LINE FOR hEW JOB IN TENNESSEE 

KU KLUX KLAN 

THE NEW BREED OF WITE RACISTS 
FURTt€R SiaiYING A BAD REPUTATION 
POLICE PR-OBE LETTER PROPAGANDA LINK 



S I'T 
N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 1/30/1790 C 1 P N S82 



H 2 1/03/1990 C 1 N S82 

H 2 1/04/1990 C 1 N 569 

H 2 1/12/1990 C 1 D N S69 

S 2 1/12/1990 A 1 P N 

H 2 1/20/1990 C 1 N S32 

S 2 1/20/1990 A 1 P N 



S 2 1/09/1990 B 1 N B53 



S 2 1/03/1990 C 1 P N 
S 2 1/09/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/07/1990 D 4 E 
S 2 1/31/1990 A 1 P N B53 



H 2 1/09/1990 A 1 P N S82 
S 2 1/09/1990 B 1 N B53 



H 2 1/11/1990 A 4 E 



cm 1 1/06/1990 A 1 P N H70 
CHH 1 1/06/1990 A 1 N M70 



CHH 1 1/17/1990 A 3 N W57 

H 2 1/24/1990 C 2 N 

H 1 1/03/1990 C 1 N T33 

H 1 1/30/1990 C 1 N T33 

H 2 1/28/1990 E 1 P F S56 

CHH 1 1/02/1990 A 3 P P C45 



H 2 1/26/1990 A 1 P N S69 
S 2 1/26/1990 C 1 N 



H 2 1/07/1990 D 4 E 
H 2 1/09/1990 A 4 E 
CHH 1 1/18/1990 A 3 N 



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KUAN2AA (AFRICAN FESTIVAL) 

KWANZAA CELEBRATION BRINGS AFRICAN DACIfJG TO DUR'HAM 
KUANZAA FESTIVAL, RECORD CROWD DRUH IN NEW YEAR 

LABOR, U.S. 

SEE ALSO U.S. DEFT, OF LABOR 
HIRING RETIREES MAY EASE LABOR SHORTAGE 

LAKE MICHIE 

SEE ALSO LITTLE RIVER RESERVOIR 
RULES WOULD LIMIT GRmiTH hEAR RESERVOIR'S 

LAKEUOOD ELE^ENTARY SCHOO. 
SEE LAKEUOOD SCHOOL 

LAKEWOOD SCHOOL 

Uy<EWOOD LIW:S COMPUTERS, READING WITH W)RK BY PARENTS, STUBENTS 

LANDFILLS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY LANEFIU. 
SEE ALSO SOLID WASTE 
FIVE COUNTIES MAY BUILD REGIONAL UWDFILL 

LANDMARK INNS OF DURHAM INC. 
SEE ALSO HOTaS, DURHAM 
FORECLOSURE FORCES LANDMARK INN SALE 

LARCENY 

SEE ROBBERY, WfUm 

LAWSUIT DAMAGE AWARDS 

ROBBER PAYS VICTIM FROM DAMAGES 
OTfCR SETTLEMENTS H£ 

LAWSUITS, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, DURttW 

SEE ALSO LIBEL 

GULLEY LAW FIRM SIO OV€R FEES (CORRECTED) 

CLEARING WE RECORD 

MAN 1« WON JAIL SUIT LOSES REST OF MONEY 

2 EX-DURHAM INMATES SEHLE JAIL SUIT 

FORMER JAIL INMATES WIN FE[£RAL SUIT 

LAWSUITS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LIBEL 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO, LAWSUITS 
MAN URGES CHATHAM MINORITY RECRUITER 
160 AGRICULTURE AGENTS WILL GET PART OF $800,000 SETTLEMENT 

LAWSUITS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. 
ARTSCENTER BOARD PONICRS LAWSUIT 
ARTSCENTER ADMITS RENT PAYMD-ITS LATE 
ARTSCENTER EX-DIRECTORS CAUTIOUS 
PHILLPS SAYS PARTNER'S ACTIONS QUESTIONABLE 
ARTSCENTER SQUABBLE MAY GET MEDIATOR 
JUDGE KILLS LAWSUIT AGAINST DEVELOPMENT COMPANY PRESIDENT 

LAWSUITS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO LIBa 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO, LAWSUITS 
CHARNS CLAIMS PARTIAL WIN OVER FBI 

LAWYER'S, WJRHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYERS 
FORMER rilRHAM LAWYER NOW IN GOLISBOR'O PRISON 
EX-DURHAM LAWYER TRAf^SFERS PRISONS 



H 2 1/02/1990 B 1 P N C47 
S 2 1/02/1990 B 1 P N B71 



S 2 1/27/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/25/1990 B 1 N H65 



S 2 1/08/1990 A 1 P N YU 



H 1 1/30/1990 C 1 N T33 



S 2 1/09/1990 A 14 N 



S 2 1/05/1990 A 1 N B53 
S 2 1/05/1990 A 1 N B53 



H 


2 


1/04/1990 A 


1 


P N S82 


H 


9 


1/05/1990 A 


n 


N 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


1 


N S32 


S 


2 


1/22/1990 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 




N S82 



CHH 1 1/13/1990 A 
H 



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



1/12/1990 
1/13/1990 
1/14/1990 
1/15/1990 
1/18/1990 
1/24/1990 



N M25 
N 



N C62 

N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 
N C62 



H 2 1/31/1990 C 1 P N S82 



2 1/16/1990 C 
2 1/16/1990 A 



1 P N S82 

2 N 



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TRANSITION FROM SWIWER TO LAWYER ROUGH VOYAGE 

LAWYERS, DURHAM, UNETHICAL CONttJCT 

GULLEY LAW FIRM SUED OVER FEES (CORRECTED) 

LEAD 

LEAD HAZARD OVERLOOKED FTO YEARS, ^EALTH EXPERT SAYS 

LEAGUE OF Ct»)SERVATION VOTERS 

VALENTINE, PRICE GET HIGH MARKS 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO 
CORRECTION 

LEANING TOl€R OF PISA 

TROUBLED TOUER/DUKE PROF SAYS SAVING LANDMARK WOULD BE A TRICKY PROPOS.. 

LEARNING DISABILITIES 

SEE ALSO SPECIAL EDUCATION 
SPECIAL F-ROOWiS QUESTIfflO 

LEASH LAWS 

SEE DOG CONTROL (INaUDES CATS AND OTHER ANIMALS) 

LEBANON, HOSTAGES 

SEE HOSTAGES, LEBANON 

LEGAL FEES 

GULLEY LAW FIRM SUED OV€R FEES (CORRECTED) 

LEGIONNAIRES DISEASE 

N.C. SUPERiWRKETS TOLD TO HALT IBE OF SUSPECT MIST MACHINE 

LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMITTEES 

SEE N.C. GEICRAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMISSION 

LCT'S ACTIVE (MUSIC GROUP) 

A STUDY OF TVE TRIANGLE/MUSIC LESSWS 

LEUKEMIA 

RALEIGH BAf»<ER TO RECEIVE MARROW FRW ENGLISH DONOR 

LIBa 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO hEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
SEE ALSO ICWSPAPERS, U.S. 
COURT REINSTATES FIRED DOCTOR'S SUIT AGAINST IWiE 

LIBERTY WM. 

SEE COLLEGE BW-S 

LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. 

2 EX-DURHAM II«ATES SETTLE JAIL SUIT 
FORMER JAIL INMATES WIN FEDERAL SUIT 

LIFE SENTENCES 

SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MURDER, N.C. 

BROUN PLEADS GUILTY TO LESSER OFFENSE 

PROSECUTOR! I£AL WITH BROUN WAS ^ECESSARY 

LIFESAVING 
SEE RESCUES 

LIGGETT i, MYERS TOBACCO CO. 

COURT REACTS SMOKING SUIT VERDICT 

LIGHT RAIL SYSTEM 
SEE MASS TRANSIT 
SEE TRIAMJLE EXPRESS 



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P D 


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E 
— DATE — C 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


H 2 


1/22/1990 B 


1 P N S82 


H 2 


1/04/1990 A 


1 P N 382 


CHH 1 


1/24/1990 A 


5 N U80 


H 2 


1/31/1990 C 


5 N 


CHH 1 


1/30/1990 A 


2 N 


S 2 


1/25/1990 B 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


1/17/1990 A 


3 N Ci2 



H 2 1/04/1990 A 

H 2 1/12/1990 A 

H 2 1/05/1990 D 

H 2 1/24/1990 B 



1 P N S82 
1 N C60 

4 P U H90 
4 P N 



H 2 1/17/1990 C 1 N L40 



S 2 1/22/1990 A 
H 2 1/23/1990 B 



H 2 1/12/1990 A 
S 2 1/12/1990 B 



1 N B53 
5 N S82 



1 P N S82 
1 N B53 



H 2 1/06/1990 A 1 P N 



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LINCOLN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

CRANSTWS Sa. BILL A MISaJIDED F'ROPOSAL 

LIQUOR-BY-THE-r«I|ifl<, GRANVILLE COUNTY 

OXFORD (rFICI«.S EXPLAIN CALLING fm r«IM<S VOTE 

LIQU3R-BY-THE-DRIf«<, OXFORD 

OXFORD WmS WANTS VOTE ON LIOJOR BY THE WINK 
OXFORD OFFICIALS EXPLAIN CALLING FOR DRINKS VOTE 

LITERACY 

SEE Vmm LITERACY COtM;iL 
SEE ILLITERACY 

LITHUANIA 

GORBACfCV'S PROBLEMS l*JLTIPLY 

LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, WKtim 
TALKING DOG AND ITS (M€R TO APPEAR IN COf*ERCIALS 

LITTLE RIVER 

EXPANDED LITTLE RIVER ffiEHNGS PLAf*0 

LITTLE RI'J£R RESERVOIR 
SEE ALSO IM^E MICHIE 
COUNCIL PAfEL OKS CtMRWERSIAL SEWER LINE FOR TREYBURN 
TREYBURN SEUER LINE GETS PAfEL'S NOD 
CITY GIVES OK FOR SEUER LINE fCAR RESERVOIR 
COUNCIL RaUCTANTLY OKS TPEYBURN SEUER LIfES 
COUNTY TO FURSUE RAILUAY LAND FOR m) JAIL 
C0^B1ISSI0NERS DELAY DECISION ON TREYBURN REIXIEST 
R-U.ES WOULD LIMIT KWUTH }€M< REKRVOIRS 

LIVING COLOUR (aWD) 

A STUDY OF TW TRIANO-E/MUSIC LESSONS 

LIVING HISTORY 

SEE DURHAM, N.C., HISTORY 

LOITERING 

POLICE WAIT TO USE DRUG-LOITERING ORDINA^«:E 

LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA GODIVA TRACK CLUB 
mi YE/«'S DAY RACE KCOMING DURHAM TRADITION 

LONG-DISTANCE TELEPHOfC CNLL5 
SEE TELEPHONES, N.C. 
SEE TELEF'TONES, U.S. 

A LOOK BACK (CHAPa HILL HERALD PWOTO FEATURE) 

A LOOK BACK/ORANGE COUNTY BICENTENNIAL 

A LOCK BACK/MASONIC LODGE 

A LOOK BACK/AMERICAN LEGION QUArf<TERS 

A LOOK BACK/OLD HIGH SCHOOL SITE 

LOTTERIES 

SEE ALSO GAMBLIW3 
N.C. VOTERS SHOO DECIDE FATE OF LOTTERY 

LOUISBURIj area CHAMBER OF COMMER-CE 

SEE LOUISBUR-G/FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMER-CE 

LOUISBUR'G/FRANKLIN COIWTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

FRANKLIN CHAMBER FlAf« iFFICE IN FRANKLINTON 

LO'.'E'S LABOUR'S LOST (FlAY) 
SEE ALSO SHAKESPEAREAN PLAYS 



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



S 2 1/26/1990 A 4 E 

H 1 1/31/1990 C 1 N T33 

H 1 1/10/1990 C 1 N T33 

H 1 1/31/1990 C 1 N T33 



H 2 1/17/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/27/1990 A 12 N 
cm 1 1/30/1990 A 3 N M20 



H 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


I N R63 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 A 1 


N 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 C 


N R63 


S 


2 


1/18/1990 C 


N C61 


s 


2 


1/23/1990 C 


N HA5 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 C 


N S69 


S 


2 


1/25/1990 B 1 


N H65 



H 2 1/05/1990 D 4 P U H90 



S 2 1/03/1990 C 1 N B53 



S 2 1/09/1990 B 5 P N A76 



CHH 1 1/04/1990 A 8 P P 

CHH 1 1/11/1990 A S P P 

CHH 1 1/18/1990 A 8 P P 

cm 1 1/25/1990 A 8 P P 



2 1/18/1990 A 



H 1 1/12/1990 C 1 N H60 



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'LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST' 
SHAKESPEARE— WITH A '60S TWIST 

LOW-INCOME HOJSING 

SEE ALSO CHAPa HILL, N.C., HOUSII« 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURH^ 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

EBGEMONT HWES 

AFFORDABLE HOUSING STILL ON AGENDA FOR BOND USE 

DURHAM TAX AWARD NETS 194 APARTtCNTS 

FRAhfl<LIN, PERSON LOSE AID 

HOUSING F'ROPOSAL TO GET f€ARING 

HOUSING HOWES' TOPIC FOR HOUSE COiWITTEE 

LEGISLATORS PCMO HOUSING GAP 

LOWE'S GROVE ELEfOTARY SCHOOL 

Tf^EE CCWSTRIKTION PROJECTS CREATE ICVELOPMENT NEAR LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL 

LOWE'S GROVE MIDDLE SCtCOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
GITHENS, LOilES GROVE TAKE TURNS WITH WINS 

LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL 

SEE LOWE'S GROVE ELEMENTARY SCWM. 

MCDONALD'S 

SEE ALSO ROWID MCMNALD HOUSE (DURHAM, N.C.) 
MCDONALD'S TO DISPLAY K^ARING OF SOUTHERN PAIR 

MCMARTIN PRE-SCICOL 

ASSISTANT D.A. SAYS FIGHTING FOR CHILIREN IS REWARDING 
INSIIKT/JJSTICE UNSERVED 

MADD 

SEE MOTJCRS AGAINST DRIMEN DRIVING (MADD) 

MAG SOUTHEAST PROFtRTIES 

ROCK CREEK APTS. SOLD FOR MOIS THAN $7 MILLION 



CHH 1 1/18/1990 A 
C^#^ 1 1/30/1990 A 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

cm 1 
am 1 

CHH 1 



1/07/1990 
1/09/1990 
1/11/1990 
1/11/1990 
1/19/1990 
1/25/1990 
1/27/1990 



H 2 1/11/1990 C 
S 2 1/23/1990 D 

H 2 1/25/1990 B 



H 2 1/28/1990 A 
H 2 1/28/1990 F 



M. M. FOWLER DISTRIBUTING CO. 

OIL SPILL CLEANUP CONTIMJES S 2 1/10/1990 A 

THREE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS CREATE DO^OPMENT NEAR LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL H 2 1/11/1990 C 



MAC i MAGGIES (RESTAURANT) 

FRYER CATCHES FIRE, DAMAGES RESTAURANT 

MAGICIANS 

BARTENDER PRACTICES FOR MAGIC MO(€NTS 

MAIL-ORDER BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 
CLOTHING FIRM LEAt^S BUYERS IN STITCHES 

MAIN ST. 

CHANGING TIICS 

MAIN STREET fttY KEnM TO FREE PARKING 

MAIN STRECT PARTNERS (CARRBORO, N.C.) 
ARTSCENTER BOARD PONDERS LAWSUIT 
ARTSCENTER ADMITS RENT PAYMDJTS LATE 
ARTSCENTER EX-DIRECTORS CAUTIOUS 
PHILLPS SAYS PARTNER'S ACTIONS (Jl^STIGNABLE 
ARTSCENTER S(3UABBLE MAY GET MEDIATOR 
MENACHE SAYS PARTNERS WILL 'DO ANYTHING' 
ARTSCENTER EXPECTING IMPROVED FINANCES 
ARTS SQUABBLE VICTIMIZES COMMUNITY 

MAINSTR£AMING 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAFfED F-ROGRAMS 
SEE DURHAM COWTY SCHOOLS, RETARDED AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 
SEE SPECIAL EDUCATION 



3 2 1/10/1990 B 
S 2 1/08/1990 C 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 
cm 1 



1/04/1990 C 
1/31/1990 C 



1/12/1990 
1/13/1990 
1/14/1990 
1/15/1990 
1/18/1990 
1/28/1990 
1/30/1990 
1/31/1990 



5 P N 
3 P N 



1 P 

1 

1 

1 

3 

1 P 

1 P 



P T37 
N H65 
N E33 
N 
N 

N M70 
N M70 



1 P N K65 
4 P N A76 



cm 2 1/05/1990 A 2 N M25 



1 N B53 
1 P N K65 



1 N B53 
1 P N C^l 



S 2 1/12/1990 B 1 P N E33 



1 P P 
1 P N C61 



1 N C62 
3 P N C62 
1 N C62 

3 N C62 
1 N C62 
1 P N C62 
1 N C62 

4 E 



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S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — MTE — C -PG L P BYL 



HALATHION 

COMY PREPiy^S ITS 'SKEETER' STRATEGY 

MALPRACTICE 

SEE LAWSUITS, U.S. 

MAN BITES DOG TVEATER COffANY 

SNIFFS Orr T>E ^£W/MANBITES DOG 
SACRED AND P-ROff^ A FlMff MIX ON STA{£ 

rWff-OUER 

SEE XB TRAINING 

MANSLAUKTER 

SEE ^SO MURICR, lU^rtW 
SEE ALSO WRDER, N.C. 
SEE fiLSQ WRDER, U.S. 

CHARGES PENDI^ffi IN CHILD'S DEATH 

l.iC«Af^ INTER-Rl^TS JU<Y DELIBERATION WITH GUILTY PLEA 

UWAN SENTENCED TO 6 YEAR'S FOR MANSLAUGHTER IN SH(MTI^ffi 

TEEN (XTS SLBP'ENDED SENTENCE 

YOJTH F■LWIS^O FOR FREAK l#£CK TWiT KILLED TEEN 

m^, CHAPEL HILL 

CaUMBIA WIDENING DEBATED 

HELP CAaS INCREASE NEAR SJCLTER 

CRIME, IFC St€LTER LIf«< NOT VALID, OFFICIAL SAYS 

iVeS, DURHAM 

DIM GETS A PEEK AT PRO^CT'S PROS^ESS 
GLAXO CHmX.S MIND ON PLANT 

MAPS, Pi-RmM COIWTY 

DOT NIXES ALTERNATE ENO DRIVE PRO^tSSAL 

COJNCIL TO aJARD C«RIiaR OF FIRST ENO DRIVE LKJP 

MAPS, N.C. 

FESTIVE. FISHING/T>£ TOWN OF GRIRW IS IN A SKAD STATE 

MAPS, ORANGE CtXWTY 

OCCWCECJCE PUWS ACCEF'TED 

MAPS, RALEIGH/IWWAM AIRPORT 
FLI&rr FROM NOISE 

MARATHCf'^ 

SEE LOf«-DISTANC£ RUNNING 

MARDI 6RAS 

HILLSIDE BAND FtANS MARDI GRAS STRUT— IF Mtt-CY PERMITS 

ami) ^£EI6 trip hCLP 

MARIJUANA, ARRESTS 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, ARRESTS 
POLICE LOG/WMttN, 77, FATALLY INJURED CROSSING STREET 

fWRLINS 

IWX SCIENTIST FLIPS OVER MW^-IN'S AMAZING BACKBONE 

MARRIOTT CORP. 

DURHAM T(FS STATE IN NOV. CONSTRtJCTION 

MARTIN LUTVER KING, JR. WJLIDAY 

ACTIVITIES TO MARK KING HOLIDAY 

KING'S DAY CELEBRATION IS PLAN^£D 

DIJKE AhtfWUNCES PRO»<AM ON KUC 

UNDERGROUfJD NO MORE 

GOVERNMENT OFFICES aOSE FOR HOLIDAY 

MAYOR JB4KINS FEATURED SF'EAKER AT STATEWIIE, NAACP KING EVENT 



S 2 1/26/1990 A 1 P N H65 



2 1/26/1990 D 
2 1/30/1990 A 



cm 1 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



1/11/1990 A 
1/13/1990 C 
1/13/1990 C 
1/26/1990 C 
1/26/1990 C 



CHH 1 1/04/1990 A 
cm 1 1/27/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/27/1990 A 



H 2 1/18/1990 A 
H 2 1/23/1990 A 



H 2 1/18/1990 A 
S 2 1/30/1990 A 



H 2 1/19/1990 D 
cm 1 1/12/1990 A 
H 2 1/21/1990 A 



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



5 P N B71 

6 R L59 



N M70 
N S82 
N 
N 
N 



3 M N M70 
3 M N M25 
3 N M25 



1 M N N36 
1 M N R63 



1 M N R63 
1 M N C61 



7 M F W66 
3 M N U57 
1 M N S69 



1/24/1990 C 1 N Yll 
1/25/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/10/1990 C 1 P N M51 
S 2 1/11/1990 C 1 N 
S 2 1/25/1990 A 1 N E33 



1/10/1990 C 
1/11/1990 B 
1/11/1990 B 
1/12/1990 A 
1/12/1990 B 
1/13/1990 C 



10 N 

6 N 

6 N 

1 P P L38 

1 N 

1 N R63 



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NCCU SCHETHLES KING HaiDAY EVENTS 

S CHOOL S CLOSE MONDAY 

LETTER TARGETS BLACK LEADERS 

HOt«)RING IWRTIN LUTtCR KING 

R>^'S RIBTIN: civil-rights STRUGGLE NOT OVER 

KING COWeKKATION KICKS (FF IN 80 CITIES, OBSERVED IN S, AFRICA 

KING'S LESSON OF BROTHERHOOD 

OFFICERS PATROL KING BANQIET 

NCCU trustee: students CAN'T KEEP KIWS DREAM 

dmm MARCH mms dr. king/no trouble reported 

DURHAM HONORS DR. KING IN A BIG WAY 

STATUE OF LEADER UNVEILED IN RALEIGH 

STATE GATt€RS TO OBSERVE CIVIL-RIGHTS CELEBRATION 

BELL TKJ. F£MINDER OF LOSSES, GAINS SIfCE KING 

JENKINS, CLeENT URGE RENEWED BLACK ACTIVISM 

JEWINS, CLEMENT URGE RENEIED BLACK ACTIVISM 

'STAY WITH TW MREAM' 

SOCIAL SERVICES AGENCY MARKS CULTURAL DIVERSIH WEEK 

ACTIVISTS WARN AGAINST APATHY 

SCIENTIFIC ARENA TO GET l«RE BLACKS 

REMARKS RILE REPUH.ICANS 

CLEMENT AHACK OF fCLMS IRKS GOP LEADERS 

A QIESTION OF VALUES 

imtiCD T}£ TABLE OF BROTJ€RHOOD 

MARXISM 

SEE ALSO COM^IISM 
INSIOT/CRACKS IN THE SYSTEM 

MASONS 

MASONIC APRON 

MASS TRANSIT 

SEE ALSO REGIONAL TRWJSPORTATION AUTHORITY (PROPOSED) 
SEE ALSO TRAVEL, U.S. 
SEE ALSO TRIANGLE EXPRESS 

FUND CUTS WON'T SLOW DURHAM BUS TAKEOVER 

SUBSIDIZED MASS TRANSIT HAS FRIENDS 

NEW TRANSIT PANEL SWEARS fCMBERS 

AMTRAK BAa< ON TRACK TO DIFHAM 

AMTRAK PLANS PASSENGER SERVICE TO DURHAM 

GETTII^ RAILROADED OUT OF TOWN 

AMTRAK WILL GO BANKRIJPT IF BUSH BUDGET CUT AFfROVED 

TRANSIT FUNDS CUT MAY DAMAGE ENVIRONMENT 

"MATCHBOOK" POLITICfl CAW='AIGN (APRIL, 1980) 
SEE DURHAM COtMTY COmISSIO^€RS, ELECTIONS 

MATHEMATICS 

SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS 
BUSH aide: math EDUCATION ICEDS PRE-COLLEGE FOCUS 

MAYHEM 

SEE VIOLEICE 

MAYORAL CA^ff'AIGNS 

SEE ALSO ajRHAM, N.C, MAYOR'S OFFICE 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, OJRHAM 

LOSER STRAWBRIDGE (WTSPENT JENKINS BY $30,000 IN 

JENKINS SPENT LESS IN MAYOR'S CONTEST 



1989 



MEDIA 

SEE NEWS MEDIA 

SEE NEWSPAPERS, INTERNATI0W4. 

SEE NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAFtRS) 

SEE NEUSPAF'ERS, U.S. 

MEDICAID 

SEE ALSO tCALTH CARE, COSTS 
BUDGET PA^O. BACKS KDVERNOR ON PLAN TO EXPAND MEDICAID 



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E 


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D 


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H 


2 


1/13/1990 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/13/1990 C 


1 N 


CI* 1 


1/13/1990 A 


1 N U57 


S 


2 


1/13/1990 A 


5 P P T37 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 A 


1 P N C47 


H 


2 


1/15/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/15/1990 A 


4 E 


OM 1 


1/15/1990 A 


1 N M25 


S 


2 


1/15/1990 A 


1 N E33 


S 


2 


1/15/1990 A 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


1 P N C47 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


9 P N 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 C 


1 N N36 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 C 


1 N R63 


CHH 


1 


1/16/1990 A 


1 P N S17 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 N H65 


CHH 1 


1/18/1990 A 


3 P N 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 C 


1 P N K65 


S 


2 


1/19/1990 A 


1 N C61 


H 


2 


1/20/1990 C 


1 P N S69 


cm 


1 


1/20/1990 A 


3 P N 


cm 1 


1/20/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 D 


1 D N 


S 


2 


1/01/1990 C 


8 P P T44 



1/11/1990 
1/16/1990 
1/22/1990 
1/23/1990 
1/24/1990 
1/26/1990 
1/29/1990 
1/31/1990 



N Yll 
U Oil 
N C61 
N Ul 
N R63 
E 

N C61 
E 



S 2 1/25/1990 A 1 P N E33 



2 1/27/1990 C 1 C N R63 
2 1/27/1990 B 1 P N 



H 2 1/10/1990 C 10 N L40 



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UNC MDSPITALS TO FIGHT FOR MEDICAID CHANGES 
GOV.'S ^CLP URGED IN MEDICAID CASE 
EIWARD EOARDMAN, AT HOME AT Tf€ GREENERY 
BOARIirtAN'S SON TO GET HOI€ R-EHABILITATION 

MEDICAL CARE, COSTS 

SEE HE^TH CARE, COSTS 

hEDICAL EOLATION 

SEE ALSO MiSim SCHOOLS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO miV, CF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOO. OF i€DICIfE 
LONGTIME RTP TENANT PltiG MOVE 

MEDICAL SCHOOLS, FEDERAL AID 
SEE FEDERAL AID-TO-EDUCATION 
SEE MEDICAL EDIX^ATION 
SEE mi\l. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SCWML OF hEDICIfC 

MEDICARE 

SEE ALSO fCALTH CARE, COSTS 
DUI^iAM HOSPITALS FEa MEDICARE PINCH 

MELODRAMA T^£ATRE 

IT'S A TOl^ DE FORCE FOR THEATER'S CO-FOUNDER 

A DaiGHTFUL Smu, BUT MARRED BY BtFF0O^ERY/• GREATER TUNA' 

MENTAL HEM.TH ASSCCIATICW 

SEE DURrt^ COJNTY fENTAL HEALTH ASKKIATION 

^ENTAL ILLNESS 

SEE (y.SO N.C. ALLIWCE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL 
COMPASSION AND BACKFIRE 

ICNTALLY ILL 

SEE ICNTAL ILLf€SS 

fOTORS 

INSTITUTE REAChCS OUT TO BLACK CHILDREN 

"MERGER ISSl£ TASK FORCE" 

SEE ALSO UMWi CITY SCHOOLS, TASK FORCE RECOttENDATIONS 

SEE ALSO MJR'HAM CITY/COUNTY SCHOJLS, MERGER 
MERtBER ISSUE DOMINATED DURHAM'S 1989 EDUCATION ISSUE 
COMMITTEE FAILS TO CHOOSE MERGER CONSULTANT 
COUNTY SCMKX BOARD MEMBER SAYS MERGER STUDY IS 'UNTIMELY' 

MERGERS AND TAKEOI.'ERS 

SEE ALSO DUR-H/V1 CITY/COJNTY SCHOOLS, MER'GER' 
SEE ALSO FIRST UACHCVIA CORPORATION 
BETTER SCHTOLS REQUIRE ACTIONS, ml JUST UORDS 
FIRST UNION CORP, ACQUISITION OF FLORIDA NATIONAL IS OFFICIAL 

MERRILL LYNCH REALTY/MID-ATLANTIC INC. (CHANGED TO PRUDENTIAL TRI. REALTY) 
SEE ALSO PRUDENTIAL TRIANGLE REALTY (FORMERLY MERRILL LYNCH REALTY) 
rERRILL LYNCH REALH NOW PRUDENTIAL TRIANGLE R-EALTY 

METEORS 

^ETEOR SHOER DAZZLES TRIftf«LE 

MIAMI ELVD. 

WRECK WJRTS 2 ON MIAMI BLVD. 

MICROELECTR-ONICS CENTER OF N.C. (STATE RESEARCH FACILIH) 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER GETS TOP BILLING FROM REVIEU PA^EL 

MIDWIFERY 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 
NEED FOR CAEa:«EANS DEBATED 



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CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 3 P N M25 

CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 3 P N M25 

cm 1 1/27/1990 A 3 N M25 



H 2 1/30/1990 C 1 N K65 



2 1/30/1990 A 1 P N E33 



H 2 1/12/1990 D 6 P F 111 
H 2 1/26/1990 D 5 U B77 



H 2 1/03/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/11/1990 A 6 P N 659 



H 2 1/01/1990 C S D N C47 
H 2 1/31/1990 A 1 N y60 
S 2 1/31/1990 A 1 P N Yll 



S 2 1/06/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/30/1990 A 8 N 



H 2 1/14/1990 F 1 D U 

S 2 1/09/1990 A 1 N E33 

S 2 1/02/1990 B 1 N 

H 2 1/19/1990 C 1 N K65 

cm 1 1/26/1990 A 8 N 



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1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



valentine: lower tensions mean less DffENSE SPENDING 
DURHAM ARMY LAB APPEARS SECURE 

MILITARY, BUDGET, CUTS 

FT. BRAGG MAY FACE CUTS UNDER BUSH BUDGET 

MILITARY BASES, U.S. 

n. BRAfflj MAY FACE CUTS UNKR BUSH BUDGET 

MILK 

OFICIALS REPORT MILK SUFflY IN N.C. IS SAFE 

MINISTERS, CHAPa HILL 

SERMONS IN SIGN LM3UAGE SPREAD WORD OF THE LORD 

MIWRITIES (GENERAL tCADING) 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, U.S., MINORITIES 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO UNIV. (F N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 
HAN URGES CHATHAM MINORITY RECRUITER 

MINORITY CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO BLACK-(MEl BUSIfESSES 
SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 
CHATHAM COWISSIONERS SET MINORITY BUSINESS GOALS 

MISSING PERSONS, WJRHAM 

FaiCE LOG/THIEVES ROB BROUNSTONES im SUNDAY NIGHT 

MISSISSIPPI 

PHOTOS PICTWE LIFE OF BLACKS IN OLD MISSISSIPPI 

MITA INDUSTRIAL CO. 

MITA MAY BUILD PLANT IN RALEIGH 

MITSUBISHI SEMICONDUCTOR AfERICA INC. 
SEE ALSO SEMICONDUCTOR 
MITSUBISHI AIDS CITY, COUNH TEACHING TEAMS 
MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHER TEAMS RECEIVE GRANTS 

MOBIL OIL CORP. 

JONES FILES BILL TO BLOCK DRILLING OFF N.C. COAST 

MOBIL OIL'S DRILLING DEBATE TO CENTER ON MATERIAL DUMPED IN OCEAN 

MOBILE HOfE PARKS 

MOBILE HOME OILERS' LOT DISCUSSED 

MOBILE HOMES 

SEE ALSO N.C. MANUFACTURED WUSING INSTITUTE 
GRANVILLE TO ALLOW TEMPORARY FtRMITS FOR MOBILE HOCS 
PRICE OF MA^SJFACTURED HOMES ROSE ONLY SLIGHTY LAST YEAR 

MODEL SCHOO-S PROGRAM 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY SCHCOLS, MODa SCHOOL PRtJGRAM 

MOONLIGHTING 

WE'RE WORKING HARDER FOR PROSPERIH 
WORKING TWO JOBS MAY EXACT HIGH TOLL 
INSIGHT/ONE STEP IP, TWO STEPS BACK 

MOONSHINE 

MOONSHINE, DRU3S LEAD TO ARRESTS IN ALAMANCE 
STILL, THINGS COULD GET WORSE 

MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. 

DURHAM'S CARR HELPED FOUND FAMOUS COASTAL RESORT 

MOREHEAD aEMENTARY SCHOOL 
SEE MOREHEAD SCHOOL 



S 
N E E 
P D — DATE — C 

S 2 1/17/1990 A 
S 2 1/30/1990 A 



H 2 1/28/1990 A 

H 2 1/28/1990 A 

H 2 1/04/1990 C 

S 2 1/23/1990 B 



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1 P N E33 
1 N S78 



1 N 

1 N 

1 P N C60 

1 P F G59 



CHH 1 


1/13/1990 A 


3 N M25 


Ct#l 1 


1/24/1990 A 


1 P N M25 


H 2 


1/02/1990 B 


1 P N 


H 2 


1/29/1990 B 


1 P N N36 


H 2 


1/27/1990 A 


8 N 


S 2 
H 2 


1/22./1990 A 
1/25/1990 B 


8 N 
5 N 


H 2 
H 2 


1/24/1990 B 
1/29/1990 B 


7 N 
1 H 



CHH 1 1/28/1990 A 3 N 



H 1 1/18/1990 C 
H 2 1/21/1990 F 



CHH 1 1/10/1990 A 
S 2 1/11/1990 A 
H 2 1/21/1990 D 



H 2 1/08/1990 B 
CHH 1 1/08/1990 A 



1 N T33 
1 D U 



4 E 
4 E 
1 D F 



7 N T33 
4 E 



S 2 1/15/1990 C 1 D U 



MOREHEAD SCHOOL 



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1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



SNOU COAOCS GIRLS' HOOPS AT ELiJENTARY SCHOO. 

MORTAL nY RATES 

SEE INFANT MORTALITY 

HORTGAGE RATES 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 
MORTGAGE RATES EXPECTED TO CONTINUE IiROfPING THIS YEAR 

MOSLEMS 

SEE MUSLIMS 

MOSQUE 

FimeRS BACK ISLAMIC MOSQUE 
PLANNING mm) OK'S MOSQUE 
PIJiNNING FOARD MAKES GOOD lECISION 
BOARD MEMBER EXPLAINS ANTI-MOSQUE VOTE 

HEEDING Tt€ CALL 

PERHAPS 'SOUTtERN' MOSQl£ WOULD FIT BETTER 

MOSQUITOES 

COJNTY PREPARES ITS 'SKEETER' STRATEGY 

MOTHERS AGAINST DRWKEN DRIVI^H3 (MADD) 
SEE ALSO DRUhKEN DRIVING 
PUBLIC DRIf«ING NO LONGER 'COOL,' GROUP SAYS 

MOTLEY CRUE <MUSIC GROl^) 

MOTLEY CRUE'S FIREWORKS APPROVED 

MUGGINGS 

SEE ASSAW.TS, DlMWl 

murder, kjrham 
see also manslaughter 
durham's murder rate in decline 
murder trial begins in death of cousin 
woman on trial says shooting was done to defend ^£rself 
defendant; slain man her brother 
police log/arrest follows brief chase on as}€ st. 
jury daiberations continue today 

prosecutor: deal with brown was NECESSARY 

WOMAN INTER'RUPTS JURY DaiBERATION WITH GUILTY PLEA 

WOMAN SENTENCED TO 6 YEARS FOR MANSLAUGHTER IN SH00TIh«3 

A YEAR LATER, DEADLY QUEEN ST. FIRE STILL A MYSTERY 

CRIMESTOF-PER 

GRAND JURY INDICTS TWO IN UNRELATED MURDER CASES 

POLICE LOG/WOMAN STABBED TO DEATH SUNDAY ItURING ARGUMENT 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER 

WOMAN DIED FRW WOUND TO HER HEART 



SUBJECTS 



MURDER, DURHAM, UNSaVED CASES 

A YEAR LATER, DEADLY QUEEN ST. 



FIRE STILL A MYSTERY 



MURDER, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, MURDER 

SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 

SEE ALSO LIFE SENTENCES 

SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 
PITTSBOR'O MAN CHAR^GED IN SLAYING OF TV EMFIOYEE 
FORMER STUICNT AT N.C. STATE CONVICTEti OF MURDER, BURSARY 
UPCHURCH GETS DEATH SENTENCE; SAYS HE'LL TAKE LIFE BY FASTING 

MURDER, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. 
COUPLE HAD VIOLENT HISTORY, RECORDS SHOW 
SON CHARGED WITH KILLI^«3 FATHER 
SON CHAR'GED WITH KILLING FATHER 
SHOOTING VICTIM DIES AT HOSPITAL FRTO HEAD INJURY 
FOX WON'T ASK I£ATH PENALH IN SHOOTING 



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H 2 1/09/1990 B 1 N L40 



CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 3 N M70 

CHH 1 1/10/1990 A 1 P N M70 

aw 1 1/11/1990 A 4 E 

cm 1 1/14/1990 A 4 L 

CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 1 P N 

cm 1 1/21/1990 A 4 U 



S 2 1/26/1990 A 1 P N H65 

S 2 1/23/1990 A 5 N 
CHH 1 1/26/1990 A 3 N 



H 


2 


1/03/1990 A 




N M51 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 C 




N 882 


S 


2 


1/10/1990 A 




N 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 C 




N S82 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 C 




N R63 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 C 




N 


S 


2 


1/12/'1990 B 




N B53 


H 


2 


1/13/1990 C 




N 382 


S 


2 


1/13/1990 C 




N 


H 


2 


1/15/1990 B 




N M51 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 C 


n 


N 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


n 


N 


H 


9 


1/22/1990 B 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 


1/22/1990 A 


3 


N 


S 




1/23/1990 A 


3 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/15/1990 B 


1 


N M51 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 2 
S 2 



1/03/1990 A 
1/04/1990 A 
1/04/1990 A 
1/07/1990 A 
1/08/1990 A 



2 1/17/1990 D 8 N 
2 1/25/1990 B 4 P N 
2 1/31/1990 A 1 N 



N W57 
N W57 
N M70 
N W57 
N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1990 



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1/31/1990 



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MAN INDICTED IN STABBING 

COURTS PROTECT KILLERS 

GRAVETTE ^£ARING EXF'ECTED UITHIN DAYS, D.A. SAYS 

COURT RELEASES CONFESSED KILLER 

VICTIMS' FAMILIES ANGRY AT DECISION 

FREED KILLER TO BE TREATED IN IllRHAM 

MAJOR CRIMES ON INCREASE COUNTYHIIIC 

MAJOR CRIMES ON INCREASE COUNTY-UIDE 

FRIED GRAVETTE mT .AJST— FOX 

T^£ PATTERNS OF VIOLENT DEATH 

VAUGHAN REQUESTS REDUCED CHARGES/SON ACOJSED OF KILLING FATHER 

VAUGHAN 1ST DEGREE iftJRDER CHARGE DROPPED 

mjRDER, U.S. 

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

DEPT. OF MACABRE 

T>€ CRUELTY OF SILENT LIES 

MURDOCH CENTER 

JWmS FOR SHARING 

MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY 

GOV.'S HELP URGED IN MEDICAID CASE 
EDWARD BOARDMAN, AT hfflffi AT THE GREENERY 

MUSEUMS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NWES OF MUSEUMS) 
SEE ALSO TRIA^ffiLE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM 
AVA GARDNER DIES IN LONION AT 67/N.C.-B0RN STAR LIVED SIREN'S LIFE 
HUNDREDS COf€ ANNUALLY TO VISIT AVA GARDfCR MUSEUM 

MUSIC OF THE WORLD PRODUCTIONS 
THE WORLD-MUSIC MAN 

MUSLIMS 

SEE ALSO ISLAM (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NA^ES OF CHINCHES) 
PLANNING BOARD OK'S MOSQUE 

MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LO(W ASSOCIATION 
DURHAM BAI^ POSTS ASSET IfCREASE 

NAACP, DURHAM CHAPTER 

NAACP PLANS WORKSHOP ON FINANCIAL AID 

NAACP, N.C. CHAPTER 

MAYOR JENKINS FEATURED SF'EAKER AT STATEWIDE, NAACP KING EVENT 
JENKINS, CLEMENT URGE RENEWED BLACK ACTIVISM 
JENKINS, CLEMENT URGE RENEWED BLACK ACTIVISM 
NAACP, PLANS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION CO^FERENCE 

NASA 

SEE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION 

NC 54 

HEARING PLANNED ON WIDENING N.C. 54 

NCNB NATIONAL BANK 

SEE N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION 
SEE ALSO SPACE RESEARCH 
THE FLIGHTS FROM EFFICIENCY 

NATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF EKJCATIONAL PROGRESS 
ANOTfCR BAD REPORT CARD 



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CHH 1 


1/11/1990 A 


3 N W57 


CHH 1 


1/14/1990 A 


4 L 


CHH 1 


1/17/1990 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


1/20/1990 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


1/20/1990 A 


1 N W57 


S 2 


1/20/1990 C 


1 P N 


cm 1 


1/21/1990 A 


1 P N W57 


CHH 1 


1/21/1990 A 


1 P N M70 


cm 1 


1/21/1990 A 


3 P N W57 


CHH 1 


1/23/1990 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/26/1990 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


1/31/1990 A 


1 P N M70 



H 2 1/14/1990 D 4 E 
H 2 1/18/1990 A 4 E 



cm 1 1/19/1990 A 4 L 



cm 1 1/14/1990 A 3 P N M25 
cm 1 1/14/1990 A 3 P N M25 



H 2 1/26/1990 A 1 P N 
H 2 1/26/1990 A 1 N 



H 2 1/18/1990 A 6 P F Zll 

cm 1 1/10/1990 A 1 P N M70 

S 2 1/29/1990 B 5 N 

H 2 1/24/1990 C 2 P N 



H 2 1/13/1990 C 1 N R63 

H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 N N36 

H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 N R63 

H 2 1/31/1990 C 5 N 



S 2 1/09/1990 A 14 N 

H 2 1/16/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/21/1990 D 4 E 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOf£ BUILDERS 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1990 



N D E X BY 
1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



U.S. GROUP CITES Dlfl^HAM BUILDER FOR DEVELOPING AFFORDABLE HOUSING 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION, WWFT 

SEE NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION DRAFT 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION DRAFT 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, RECRUITING 
TAR \€ELS> SMITH FAVORS ALLOWING UNDERGRADUATES TO TEST MARKET 

NATIONiy. BLACK MJRSES ASSOCIATION 
BLACK NURSES TO BE HONORED 
BLACK NURSES DAY SCHEIM£D FRIDAY 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO F'ROF'OSITION 48 AND 42 
NCAA FINDS 14 POSSIBLE VIOLATIONS AT CLEMSON 
TAR VEB.5' SMITH FAVORS AaOWING UNDERGRADUATES TO TEST MARKET 
NCAA ALTER-S PROP 42, VOTES AGAINST REPEALING CONTROVERSIAL LEGISLATION 
DEGREE GOOD BONUS FOR COLLEGE ATWXTES 
NCAA HAS AN OVERDUE REVOLT 
AL BUEHLER LURES NCAA TRAW TO DUKE 
FACULTY AF'PR'OVES ATH^IC REFORMS 
ACC COACHES WITHHOLD SUF'PORT OF NEW RILES 
HARDIN BACKS REFORM 
SPOTLIGHT ON A CLEAN SHOW 

hJATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATTIETIC ASSOCIATION, PROPOSITION 48 
SEE PRtPOSITION 48 AND 42 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, TRACK 
DLIKE TO HOST NCAA MEET 
TRACK MEET COULD BE BIG WIN FOR DURHAM 
LET'S RUN THE RACES HERE 

fJATIONAL CONGRESSIONAL aUB 

EASLEY SAYS WIFE If^GEl OF Si€AftS 

NATIONAL FLOOD INSflVlNCE 
SEE FLOOD INSURANCE 

^^ATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER 

SEE ALSO N.C. HUMANITIES COIflllTTEE 
NATIOfWL HUMANITIES CENTER PLANS LECTURES 

NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 

HISTCKIC DESIGNATION OF SHaTER EXPECTED 

THR'EE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS CREATE DEVELOPMENT NEAR LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL 

NATURAL GAS 

SEE ALSO OFF-SHORE DRIUING 
NATURAL GAS COMPANIES PRAISED FOR AVERTING CRISIS 

NEAR MISSES 

SEE AIRPLANES, "NEAR MISSES" 

NEEDLES 

DURHAM COUNTY DELAYS DRUG-USERS' NEEDLE PLAN 

THE NEW BASICS COOKBOOK 

NEW COOKBOOK MAY BECOME KITCHEN STAPLE 

NEW HOPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (ORANGE COUNTY, N.C.) 
SCHOOL COORDINATOR NAMED 
BOARD OK'S MODEL SCHOOL BUILDING SCHEDULE 
NEW HOPE SCHOOL TO GET WATER SERVICE 
COMMISSIONERS OUTRAGED AT COST HIKE FOR SCHOOL 
WHERE'S THE SCHOOL WE VOTED FOR? 

NEW YEAR'S DAY 

SEE ALSO BLACK-EYED PEAS 



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H 2 1/09/1990 B 2 P N L22 



S 2 1/27/1990 A 4 L 
H 2 1/28/1990 A 15 N 



H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


2 N 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


2 P N L22 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


2 N 


S 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/13/1990 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/16/1990 C 


1 P U D18 


CHH 


1 


1/20/1990 A 


1 P N S17 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


3 N L22 


CHH 


1 


1/21/1990 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 


1 


1/21/1990 A 


4 E 



H 2 1/16/1990 B 1 P N 
S 2 1/17/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/18/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/24/1990 B 5 P N 



H 2 1/14/1990 B 



N K65 



CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 3 N 
H 2 1/11/1990 C 1 P N K65 



H 2 1/10/1990 C 



2 1/'31/1990 A 1 N H65 



S 2 1/10/1990 C 1 P N S27 



CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 3 P N 

CHH 1 1/10/1990 A 3 N 

CHH 1 1/18/1990 A 3 P N W57 

CHH 1 1/25/1990 A 1 C N M20 

CHH 1 1/26/1990 A 4 E 



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CO-LARDS fCRALD WOJi LUCK 

JOHN BRAY JR. UILL TURN 10 IN YEAR 2000 

CENTER STAGE 

COUNTY'S FIRST 1990 BABY, MOM BOTH DOING UELL AFTER EMERGENCY CAESARIAN 

NEW YB«'S DAY RACE BECOMING DURHAM TRADITION 

NEW YEAR'S EVE 

NATION RII«S IN 1990 WITH LIGHT, CHEER 

SHORTAGE OF NOISEMA^ERS ON ICU YEAR'S EVE WON'T DO 

POLICE MAKE 19 DWI ARRESTS 

PARTY TII€ 

NEW YEAR'S l«Ve£RS RUN AMOK 

hEWS AND OBSERVER 

RfiSIQH PUBLIStCR SaLS SMALL PAPERS 

NEWS MEDIA 

NEWS COVERAGE OF PANAMA LCWG ON BILK, SHORT ON CONTENT 

NEWS STORIES, 1989, DURHiW 

THE 1980'S: AN EVENTFUL DECADE FOR DURHAM, TRIANGLE 

HOPKINS' CASE DOMINATED MUCH OF LAW ENFORCEMENT NEWS IN '89 

FRW SPORTS TO A BOOJS BARON, 1989 A BIG YEAR FOR DUKE 

NCCU HAD VARIETY, GRCUTH, ACCLAIM IN I£CAI£ OF 80'S 

MERGER ISSUE DOMINATED DURHAM'S 1989 EDUCATION ISSUE 

1980'S l€RE A WILB tCCADE FOR WEATHER 

ODD ICATHER MAKES ICMORABLE HOLIDAYS 

CHANGES OF '80'S CAN MAKE DURHAM BETTER 

JVE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME: DURHAM IN THE '80'S 

DUKE EXPERIENCED BOTH RETRENCHMENT, EXPANSION IN '80'S 

DURH<W'S MURDER RATE IN DECLIIC 

'STEPCHILD' IMAGE SHIFTS TO RESEARCH, HEALTH 

DURHAM PREP TEAMS FARE WELL IN THE '80'S 

NEWS STORIES, 1989, ORANGE COUNU 
WISHES FOR Tffi 1990'S 

NEWS STORIES, 1989, U.S. 

DOOMSDAYERS VS. THE OPTIMISTS 

NEWS STORIES, 1990, U.S. 

REMEMBER, SIFER MARKET SHOF'PERS, YOU READ IT HEAR FIRST 

NEWSPAPERS, INTERNATIONAL 

ISLAND USES SCHOaS TO SURVIVE STORM 

NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
SEE ALSO N.C. PRESS ASSOCIATION 

'WER'RE NOT SO DIFFERENT,' MARTIN TEUS PRESS MEMBERS 

NEWSPAPERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATO FWSS 
RACIST BENT OF NEWSPAPER PROVOKES IRE 
NEWSPAPERS PR-EFERRED FOR NEWS, ADS 

N£XT CENTURY SC1«0LS 

SEE ALSO RJR NABISCO INC. 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, REFORM 
CITY-COUNTY SCHOOLS BID FOR $30 MILLION GRANT 

NICARAGUA 

SEE ALSO SAN JORGE, NICARAGUA 
RESIDENTS PLAN SISTER CITY VISIT 

NICARAGUA, ELECTIONS 

GROUP TO HAVE ACCESS TO SAN JORGE PRECINCTS 

NIKOS TAVERNA 

DINI(«3 PLEASURES (AD) 



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1/02/1990 A 


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S 


2 


1/02/1990 B 


1 P P T37 


H 


2 


1/03/1990 C 


1 P N C60 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


5 P N A76 


H 


2 


1/01/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/01/1990 C 


1 N N36 


S 


2 


1/01/1990 A 


1 N Yll 


S 


2 


1/01/1990 C 


1 P P T32 


cm 1 


1/03/1990 A 


4 E 


s 


2 


1/11/1990 C 


3 N 


CHH 


1 1 


1/28/1990 A 


4 J 


H 


2 


1/01/1990 A 


1 N 569 


H 


2 


1/01/1990 C 


1 D N M51 


H 


2 


1/01/1990 C 


1 D N N36 


H 


2 


1/01/1990 C 


5 P N N36 


H 


2 


1/01/1990 C 


8 D N C47 


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1/01/1990 A 


1 P N A76 


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2 


1/01/1990 A 


1 N A76 


s 


2 


1/01/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/02/1990 A 


6 U W15 


H 


2 


1/02/1990 B 


1 D N N3A 


H 


2 


1/03/1990 A 


1 N M51 


S 


2 


1/04/1990 C 


1 N Li6 


S 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


2 U A76 



CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 3 P N 

H 2 1/06/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/28/1990 B 1 U N34 

S 2 1/29/1990 C 1 P N Yll 

H 2 1/19/1990 C 1 N S69 



CHH 1 1/15/1990 A 3 P N S17 
S 2 1/19/1990 A 3 N 



H 2 1/06/1990 A 10 N C47 

CHH 1 1/03/1990 A 1 M N M70 

CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 3 N 

H 2 1/26/1990 D 11 P A 



1960'S 



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S U B J 



LIKE, CfH YOU DIG IT? 



1980'S 



T« 1980'S: AN EVENTRl KCAK FOR DURHAM, ■miANGLE 

NCCU HAD yARimr, GR-OWTH, ACaAIM IN DECADE OF 80'S 

1980'S ;<ERE A UILD KCADE FOR l€AT>£R 

ODD tCAPHER ilAKES MEHCRABLE rtS-IDAYS 

CtW*SS OF '80'S CAN HAKE hmm BEHER 

T>£ RiafT FIACE AT WE RIGHT TIME: DURHAM IN T}€ 'SO'S 

Wr<£ EXPERIENCED BOTH RETRENCHMENT, EXF'ANSIW IN 'SO'S 

DCOMSDAYER-S WS. T>£ OPTIMISTS 

Wm(^ F1^ TEiVIS FARE liELL IN T>£ '80'S 

DESPITE T>€ BLBW '80'S, 1990 StOULB FAVCK STATE letOCRATS 

INSIGHT/CRACKS IN T}€ SYSTEM 



1990'S 

mum RINGS IN 1990 UITH LISfT, 0€ER 
UISWS FOR TfC 1990'S 
A REC 'WISH LIST' FW? WE 1990'S 
'STEF-CHILD' IMAGE SHIFTS TO RESEARCH, HEi^-TH 
COLWCIL W0UJ3 SaVE OLD PROBLEMS IN '90 
SLOW GROWTH fWY TORPEDO BUDGCT H«^S 

NOISE POIUTIM^ 

SEE ALSO POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/IWW^ INTERNATIBW. AIRPORT, NOISE ABATEfENT 

NOISE a»«ITTEE fy^lDINTED 

FLIGHT FROM NOISE 

NORFOLK SaJT}£RN RAILWAY 

CaJNTY TO PUR-SUE RAILWAY LAND FOR mi JAIL 
SITE FK;,' jail SOiSfT 

N.C., BtMS 

SEE BOa<S, N.C. 

N.C., BUDOT 

SEE ALSO N.C, REVEM.ES 

SEE (y.SO N.C. AIWia^Y HJDGET COmiSSICN 

SEE ALSO N.C. GEhERAL ASSEMBLY, BUBGET 
STATE EWGET CUTS LOOM FOR 1990-91 
UfJC FACES $2.8 MILLION BUDIST CUT 

FlhE-TUNING STATE'S BUIGET CCIO BE DOW RISTT MISERABLE 
C^U. MARTIN SAYS \€ WILL NOT CALL FOR TAX INCREASE 
BUDGET CR-WCH HAS N.C. STATE LAYING OFF SOME INSTRICTCRS 
NiCRTH CAROLINA'S BUDGETiy^Y PROBLEMS Of£ MOUNTING 

N.C, ECO^«MY 

SEE ECCNOIY, N.C 

N.C, FILmy<ING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, FILM MW^ING 
DOCUiCNTARY IN WINSTON FEATURES ALBEE 

N.C, HISTCS^Y 

SEE ALSO CHAFS. HILL, N.C, HISTORY 
SEE ALSO CiyiL WAR HISTORY 
STATE MAR-KS WAR'S END 

N.C, LEGISLATORS, U.S. CONGRESS 
SEE ALSO CONGR-ESSIGW>L CAfff'AIGNS 
SEE ALSO FOURTH C0N6RESSI0N(t DISTRICT (U.S.) 
SEE ALSO U.S. COfJGRESS 

HOW TO R-EACH YOUR CONGRESSMAN 

N.C CONGRESSMEN hW^E GOALS FOR NEW SESSION 

R-OJ. CALL/»£RE T>€Y STAND 



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s 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C 


-fG L P BYL 


cm 


1 


1/29/1990 A 


3 P N D38 


H 


2 


1/01/1990 A 


1 N S69 


H 


2 


1/01/1990 C 


5 P N N36 


S 


O 


1/01/1990 A 


1 P N A76 


s 


o 


1/01/1990 A 


1 N A76 


s 


1 


1/01/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


n 


1/02/1990 A 


6 U WIS 


H 




1/02/1990 B 


1 D N N36 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


2 U A76 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 D 


2 U L40 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 D 


1 D N 


H 


2 


1/01/1990 A 


1 P N 


c^4^ 


1 


1/01/1990 A 


3 P N 


s 


2 


1/02/1990 B 


6 U A76 




2 


1/04/1990 C 


1 N E33 


Cffl 


O 


1/07/1990 A 


1 N M70 


cm 


n 


1/07/1990 A 


1 H M70 



cm 1 

H 2 



1/10/1990 A 
1/21/1990 A 



1/23/1990 C 
1/24/1990 C 



3 N 
1 M N S69 



1 N H65 

1 N 



H 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


1 


N L40 


cm 


1 


1/10/1990 A 


1 


N 517 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 D 




U L40 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


9 


N L40 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


9 


N 


S 


2 


1/22/1990 A 


J 


U Oil 



H 2 1/29/1990 A 13 P N 



H 2 1/01/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/24/1990 B 4 N 
H 2 1/28/1990 A 7 D U 



N.C, NATIi.tS 

AVA GAfi'DNER DIES IN LONDON AT 67/N.C.-EiORN STAR LIVED SIREN'S LIFE H 2 1/26/1990 A 1 P N 

HWIS<EIS COME AmJALLY TO VISIT AVA ft«IiNER (tiSEUM H 2 1/26/1990 A 1 N 



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1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



SMITffiaD REMEMBERS AVA 6ARIMR 

FROM FflVtRTY TO HOLLYWOOD 

AVA GARDNER IS BURIED IN SMITHFIELD 

N.C., REVENUES 

SEE ALSO N.C, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF REVEhfUE 

SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 
STATE BUDGET CUTS LOOM FOR 1990-91 

FIf£-TlWING STATE'S BUDGET COULD BE DOUN RIGHT MISERABLE 
GOV. MARTIN SAYS t€ WILL W3T CALL FOR TAX INCREASE 
NORTH CAROLINA'S BUK£T/«Y PROBLEMS ARE MOUNTING 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES 

OFFICIALS DEFB«i HIRING OF J*JNT 
MARTIN DEFOaiS NEW XB FOR HUNT 
SWtRING Tl€ LOAD 

N.C. A&T STATE WIV., SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

SEE N.C. A&T STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

N.C. AiT STATE IWIV., STUIOITS 

AFTER GRADUATKW, T>CY'LL 60 TO PRISON 

N.C. AiT STATE t*IIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

CENTRAL-ATiT GAIC OUIS AFTER 7 INJUFED IN BRAWL 
BRAWL MAY END EAGLES-AGGIES' 60- YEAR-OLD SERIES 
T\€ GAME THAT TURNED UGLY 
NCCU, AiT >€ADING TO NEUTRAL SITE 

N.C. ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO N.C, BUDGET 
ROYALL RE-ELECTED CJWIRMAN OF ADVISORY BUDGET PANEL 

N.C AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE 

SEE ALSO KJRHAH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION CffTICE 

160 AGRICULTURE AGENTS WILL GET PART OF $800,000 SETTLEMENT 

N.C AGRICULTURE DEPT. 

SEE N.C. DEPT. OF AGRICILTII5E 

N.C AaiANCE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL 
SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 
COMPASSION AND BACKFIRE 
MENTAL JCALTH SERVICES 

N.C ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
SEE ALSO Wmm COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
TWEE PRIORITY ITEMS SUGGESTED FOR PERSON COUNTY THIS YEAR 

N.C BOARD OF EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO N.C ItPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 
VARIOUS ISSUES FOG QUESTIONS OF TELEVISION ,»€WS IN SCHOOLS 
AREA SCHOOLS WON'T TUNE IN TO PROGRAM 
RURAL SCHOOL SAY FUNDING INSUFFICIENT 

N.C BOARD OF PAROLE 

SEE N.C PAROLE COMMISSION 

N.C BOARD OF TRANSPORTATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 
ISSUE OF TRANSPORTATION TAX MAY BE RESURRECTED IN SPRING 

N.C. BUDGET ADVISORY COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. ADVISORY EIJDGET COMMISSION 

N.C CENTER FOR PUBLIC TaEVISION 

SEE UNIV, OF N.C CENTER FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION 



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S 2 1/26/1990 B 4 
H 2 1/29/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/30/1990 A 1 P N 



H 2 1/10/1990 A 1 N L40 

H 2 1/14/1990 D 2 U L40 

H 2 1/19/1990 B 9 N L40 

S 2 1/22/1990 A 5 U Oil 



CHH 1 1/04/1990 A 1 N M25 
a« 2 1/05/1990 A 1 P N L40 
H 2 1/14/1990 E 1 P N S56 



H 2 1/29/1990 A 9 N 



H 2 1/19/1990 A 1 N B64 

H 2 1/20/1990 D 1 P N B64 

H 2 1/23/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/31/1990 D 1 N 



. H 2 1/10/1990 C 



N R53 



H 2 1/25/1990 B 7 N 



H 2 1/03/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/11/1990 A 4 L 



H 1 1/04/1990 C 1 N H60 



S 2 1/10/1990 A 5 U Oil 
cm 1 1/1^'1990 A 3 N D38 
H 2 1/24/1990 B 7 N 



H 2 1/23/1990 B 1 N K65 



N.C CENTRAL UNIV., HISTORY 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1990 - 1/^1/1990 



NCOJ HM) V(«IETf, GROWTH, ACOAIH IN DECADE OF 80'S 

N.C. CENTRAL \^l\l., RADIO 

CtXJNTY OKS fEU TOER ON ROSE OF SHAR(»< SITE 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SPEAKERS 

NCOJ sa€ia£S king holiday BOTS 

NCCU trustee: students CAf^T KEEF- KING'S IREAH 

N.C. CENTRAL LWIV. EaWD OF TRUSTEES 

NAACf"S CHAMBERS APOLOGIZES TO 3TITT1 

N.C. CENTRAL IWIV. HUSEU1 OF ART 
YOM] CRITIC 
ART BY m^ N.C. tWWN AT fCCU fftSEUH IN FEB. 

N.C. CENTR/y. UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (t£N) 

EAGLES RETUW TO ACTION AGAINST LWEEATEN PANTt€RS 

VA, LJJICSJ CONTIM£S DOMINiWCE OVER SLX^ISH EAOES 

UNBEATEN PWTVERS TOP EAGLES 

EAGLES TAKE CWfTR-QL OVER FW.CQNS 

LEAK EXPLOreS FOR NCCU 

EAa^S a-II£ BY VIKINGS 

DWTY KEYS EAaiS PAST GOLKN MIS 

CENTRAL 'POPS' mSKOS IN SLOW-rtCVING G«C 

BE>JMEn PACES NCOJ TO VICTORY OVER SHAU 

im€TT SAVES EAaES 

N.C. CDmfL, ATiT BATTLE IN 60-YEiW-aii RIVALRY 

CENTRAL-ATiT G(^ CALLED AFTER 7 INJLIRED IN BRAWL 

PRAM. MAY END EAGLES-^«GIES' 60-YE,«-CLD SER'IES 

EAGLES SHI^£ IN SPOTLIGHT; 'BIGHOJSE' RDIAINS AT 799 

PrC GAI€ THAT TURfO UGLY 

EAGLES ELUDE TIGERS' TRAP, WO ON FOR NARRO) WIN 

EAGLES STRUGGLE, BUT «)LD CFF ST. PALL'S 74-70 

SIX NCCU PLAYERS ON PROBATION FCaj-OJIf* a:JTLE AT A&T 

N.C. CENTR;^ ROIS OVER EOJIE STATE 

EAGLES FIND ^€U UEAfW 

fCCU TO BATTLE ST. ALGUSTIfC 

CfHVCS 22 LEAD EAOES PAST FALCONS 

RARE Zra£ LinS EAOES PAST ST. AUGUSTIf£S'S 

EAOES UIN lOTH IN ROU, TRAP BEARS 

(COJ, A&T t£ADING TO NEUTR/^ SITE 

EAaiS f'ML BEAR'S 

N.C. CHILD ADVOCACY INSTITUTE 

DAY-D«E OfERATORS DISAGREE W STANDARDS 

N.C. CITIZENS FOR EASINESS (^ INWSTRY 

BUSIfCSSfO SAY EKXATIOJ SHOUJ Hf^ PRIORITY IN STATE 

N.C. COASTAL RESa5«:ES aSHIISSION 

COMMISSION STANDS BY BAN C?^ XTTIES 
XTTY B(« F-ROVIDES PROTECTION FO? MANY 

N.C. CONSl^€R PROTECTION DIVISION 
SEE ALSO CONSU?ER FTOTECTION 
N.C. CONSUMER PROTECTION AGENCY GETS 350 CALLS A DAY 

N.C. CCXJNCIL OF STATE 

' CREATIVE BUDGET EFFORTS SAVE EBMISTEN'S imXL FUNDS 

N.C. COURT OF APPBtS 
Wf£ RULING UPVCLD 

AFfEALS COI^T i!MJ.OUS RAPE TR:ALMA EVIIQCE 
CaiRT REINSTATES FIREIi DOCTOR'S SUIT AGAINST DUKE 
JUSTICES SIPF-ORT T(WJ'S AFfEAL 
'JARD FILES FOR AFfEi^S CCl^T RACE 

N.C. DAY CM>£ LICENSING OFFICE 

SEE CHILD CARE CENTERS, LICEfJSING REOJIREMENTS 



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S 




I T 


N 


E 


E 




L Y 


P 


D 


—DATE — C -f6 L P BYL 


H 


2 


1/01/1990 C 


5 P N N36 


S 


2 


1/10/1990 B 


1 


P N H65 


H 


T 


1/13/1990 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/15/1990 A 


1 


N E33 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 C 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 


1/08/1990 B 


1 


P P K30 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 E 


9 


N 


H 


2 


1/04/1990 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 B 


I 


N B64 


S 


2 


1/05/1990 C 


■> 


N 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 C 


3 


N B64 


S 


2 


1/08/1990 D 


3 P U P52 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


2 


N MS8 


H 


2 


l/U/199'0 B 


1 


N B64 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 C 


3 


N B64 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 D 


1 


P N F95 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 D 





P N A76 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


4 


N B64 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 A 


1 


N B64 


H 


2 


1/20/1990 n 


1 P N E64 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


1 


N B64 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


>L 


P N B64 


S 


n 


1/23/1990 D 


3 P N A76 


H 


2 


1/25/1990 C 


1 


N M88 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 B 


1 


P N BA4 


S 


2 


1/26/1990 B 


1 


P N F'52 


H 


2 


1/27/1990 D 


1 


N B64 


H 


o 


1/28/1990 B 


4 


N B64 


S 


2 


1/29/1990 D 


1 


N F52 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 D 


1 


P N F95 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 D 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/31/1990 B 


1 


P N A76 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


1 


P N C60 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/27/1990 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 


1/29/1990 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/^0/1990 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


1/12/1990 A 


•J 


U Oil 


H 


O 


1/05/1990 C 


2 


N 


S 


O 


l/12y'1990 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 


N L40 


cm 1 


1/19/1990 A 


1 


P N M70 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 C 


5 


N 



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N.C. DEPT. (F AGRICULTURE 

SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE 
VANCE NATIVE NAI€D TO AGRICULTURE POST 

N.C. DEPT. OF CULTURAL RESOURCES 
REhEMBERING THE WAR'S END 

N.C. DEPT. OF EDUCATION 

SEE N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRIKTION 

N.C, DEPT. OF EWIRONI€NT, HEALTH AND NATURAL RESOURCES 
DURHAM GETS AIDS GRANT FOR DRWj USERS 



N.C. 



DEPT. df LABOR 

LABOR DEPARTICNT PLANS SAFETY AWARDS 



N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF EDUCATION 
STATE'S F'ROPOS/y. TO GRADE SCHOOLS DRAWS CRITICISM 

N.C. DEPT. OF REVENUE 

SEE ALSO INTERWa. REVERIE SERVICE 
SEE ALSO N.C, R-EVEhftJES 
SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

STATE SmULD THROW BOOK AT TAX-CJCATERS 

FORMER SECRETARIES 

N.C. DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEPT, OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

SEE ALSO WELFARE REFORM 
HUNT BEGINS NEW STATE GOVERNMENT JOB 
OFFICIALS DEFEND HIRING OF HUNT 
HUNT 'UNDECIDED' ON FINISHING TERM IN OFFICE 

mjami 'it's jcr decision' 

N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD t^F TRANSPORTATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. TRANSFtDRTATION IMPRWEfENT PROGRAM 
STATE WANTS WATER, SEWER LINES TO 1-85 REST STOPS 
COLUMBIA WIDENING DEBATED 
NEW BILLBOARD RULES BIG BOOST FOR TREES 
COLUMBIA WIDENING DEBATED 
DOT NIXES ALTERNATE ENO DRIVE PROPOSAL 
ALTERNATE ENO LOOP MAY ENDANGER CITY ROAD FUNDS 
BOARD BACKS RAIL SYSTEM 
FP:OM SAND TO QUICKSAND 
CHANGING LOOP PATH TOO EXPENSIVE A RISK 
COUNCIL URGED TO AF'PROVE COLUMBIA WIDENING 
COUNCIL REACTS COLWBIA STREET FUNDS 

N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION, BUDGET 

ORANGE GETS FOURTH OF STATE BIKE FUND 

N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION, SECRETARY 

DEF'ARTMENT CHIEF FACES TRANSF'ORTATION CHALLENGE 

N.C, DEFT. OF TREASURY 

SEE N.C. DEPT. OF REVENUE 

N.C. DIVISION OF COASTAL MANAGEMENT 
SEE N.C. COASTAL RESOURCES COMMISSION 

N.C. DIVISION OF CONSUMER PROTECTION 
SEE N.C. CONSUMER PROTECTION DIVISION 

N.C. DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 
SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 
DEM RESORTS TO FINE AGAINST GARDENS OWNER 
HEALTH OFFICIALS URGE INCRtASE OF INSPECTIONS 



H 1 1/13/1990 C 1 N H60 

H 2 1/09/1990 A 6 P N ZU 

S 2 1/19/1990 A 1 N H65 

H 2 1/21/1990 B 7 N 

H 2 1/24/1990 B 7 N 



S 2 
H 2 


1/19/1990 A 
1/25/1990 B 


4 E 
2 P P 


cm 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 


1/03/1990 A 
1/04/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 


1 
1 

1 
1 


P N M25 
N M25 

P N M25 
N M25 


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


1/04/1990 C 
1/04/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 
1/17/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 
1/19/1990 A 
1/21/1990 D 
1/22/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/24/1990 A 


1 N T33 

3 « N M70 

4 E 

1 N M70 
1 M N R63 
1 N C61 

3 N 

4 E 
4 E 

1 N M70 
1 N M70 


CHH 1 


1/02/1990 A 


3 


N M20 


S 2 


1/04/1990 C 


C 
U 


P N 



CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 
CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 



1 P N M20 
1 N M20 



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GARDENS NEIGHBORS GROW FRUSTRATED UITH OFFICIALS 
CARDENS REPORT REQUESTED 

N.C. DIVISION OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE 

GOV.'S t€LP URGED IN MEDICAID CASE 
EIiUARD BOARDMAN, AT HOME AT THE GREENERY 
BOARDMAN'S SON TO GET HOIC REHABILITATION 

N.C. DIVISION OF ^ENTAL fCALTH SERVICES 

DURHAM GETS TO KEEP FUNDS FOR MENTALLY ILL 

N.C. EDUCATION ASSISTANCE AUTHORITY 
LONGTirE RTP TENANT PLANS MOVE 

N.C. GEJJERAL ASSEMBLY 

SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. GEhCRAL ASSEMBLY 

IS TtCRE AN ALTERNATIVE TO A FULL-TIME STATE LEGISLATURE? 

MARTIN DEFENDS ^£lJ JOB FOR HIMT 

AN AUTHORITY WITHOUT aOUT 

HANItING OF TRASH WILL CHANGE IN J\€ FUTURE 

ASHEVILLE TO KEEP LEGISLATIVE CONFERENCE 

IS J\€ LEGISLATIM A aUB FOR RICH AND KIE? 

N.C. GENER/y. ASSEMH.Y, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO N.C, BUDGET 
STATE BUDGET CUTS LOOM FOR 1990-91 
FINE-TUNING STATE'S BUDGET COULD BE DOUN RIGHT MISERABLE 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, COMMISSION ON TtC FAMILY 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

BAD PROBLEMS DESERVES BETTER IDEAS 
PREGNANT TEENS NEED HELP, NOT PUNISWENT 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, ELECTIONS 

SEE ELECTIONS, N.C. GENERAL ASSEMH.Y 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATION 

SEE ALSO WJRHAM COUNTY, N.C, LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LEGISLATORS 
EXPLORING THE NATURE OF Nra?TH CAROLINA'S LEGISLATIVE BEAST 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMMISSION 
SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMISSION 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMISSION 
SUBSIDIZED MASS TRANSIT HAS FRIENDS 
PANEL WILL STUDY HOMEOWNERS' COMPLAINTS ABOUT PROTECTION 

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS, SALARIES 

EXPLORING THE NATURE OF NORTH CAROLINA'S LEGISLATIVE BEAST 

N.C GENERAL ASSEMBLY, "PORK BARREL" PRIUECTS 
AS TIME MAROCS ON 

LONG LIFE NOT FORTU^E OF EARLIER COURTHOUSES 
PORK BAR'REL CUTS HIT CHAT^WM COURTHOUSE PROJECT HARD 

N.C GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SALARIES 

SEE N.C GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS, SALARIES 

N.C. HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT COhiMISSION 
SEE N.C WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD 

N.C HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT FTOGRAM 

SEE N.C TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 

N.C HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO CONSUMER PROTECTION 
SEE ALSO HOMEOU^ERS 
PANa WILL STUDY HOMEOWNERS' COMPLAINTS ABOUT PROTECTION 



cm 2 1/07/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/11/1990 A 



2 P N M20 

3 N 



CW 1 1/14/1990 A 3 P N M25 
CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 3 P N M25 
CHH 1 1/27/1990 A 3 N M25 



S 2 1/19/1990 A 2 N H65 
H 2 1/30/1990 C 1 N K65 



CHH 1 


1/04/1990 A 


4 P J 


CHH 2 


1/05/1990 A 


1 P N L40 


H 2 


1/25/1990 A 


4 E 


S 2 


l/25/l'?90 A 


5 U Oil 


H 2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 P N L40 


S 2 


1/27/1990 A 


3 N 



H 2 1/10/1990 A 1 N L40 
H 2 1/14/1990 D 2 U L40 



CHH 1 
S 2 



1/12/1990 A 4 
1/12/1990 A 4 



H 2 1/28/1990 F 



H 2 1/^/1990 F 2 U L40 



1/16/1990 A 5 
1/25/1990 A 1 



U Oil 
N 



U L40 



CHH 1 1/28/1990 A 1 P N M25 
CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 1 N M25 
CHH 1 1/28/1990 A 1 N M25 



H 2 1/25/1990 A 1 N 



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SEE ALSO NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER 
ROULE RETURNS TO HUMANITIES COUNCIL 
MARTIN APPOINTS MJMi^ITIES COUNCIL 

N.C. LEGAL ASSISTAiCE PROGRAM 

GULLEY LAW FIRM SUED OVER FEES (CORRECTED) 

N.C. LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COmiSSION 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMISSION 

N.C. LEGiaj^TURE 

SEE N.C. KNERAL ASSEMBLY 

N.C. LOU-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE UASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORIH 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS UASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. UASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD 
SEE ALSO RADIOACTIVE UASTE 

STATE UASTE AUTHORITY'S RESPONSE QUESTIONED 

UASTE GROUP'S INFORMATION PROCEDURES DRAU CRITICISM 

SOMEO^E TO UATCH OVER YOU? 

AUTHORITY OFFICIAL CRITICIZES DEFORMATION PROCEDURES 

HACMCY LETTER ANSWER OK, PRESS LAWYER SAYS 

GUIDELINES UOULD REDUCE POSSIBLE UASTE SITES IN N.C. 

PUBLIC DESERVES EQUAL TREATMENT 

RADIOACTIVE UASTE FIANS QlESTIONEIi AT 'OPEN HOUSE' 

UILLHOIT ARGUES T(W>IN6 MAY 'CHILL' QUESTIONS 

N.C. MmJFACTURED HOUSING INSTITUTE 
SEE ALSO MOBILE HOMES 
PRICE (F MANlf ACTURED HOMES ROSE Offt.Y SLIGHTY LAST YEAR 

N.C. MARI^E CRESCENT 

EX-DIKE OFFICIAL TO h€AD STATE'S MARIIC CRESCENT 

N.C. MUSEUM OF ART 

GLAXO TO FUND BRITISH ART EXHIBIT 

N.C. MUSEm OF LIFE AND SCIENCE 

THE BETTER TO SEE YOU, MY DEAR 

MUSEUM'S nOUNTOUN EXPANSION NOT AFFECTED BY GLAXO'S DECISION 

NOT LETTING l«RSELF GET COVERED 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

MAJOR BAWS CUT PRIME 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK, SALES AND EARNIf«3S 

NCNB REFtJRTS LEAP IN NET INCOME FOR 1989 

N.C. NATIONAL BANK (CHAPa HILL, N.C.) 
NCNB CONTACTS ART GROUP COSIGfCRS 

N.C. NATIONAL BAffl< CORP. 
SEE N.C. NATIONAL B<WK 

N.C. PAROLE COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO PAROLE 
PAROI LAUS NEGLECT MANY CRIME VICTIMS 
DELEGATION'S HELP SOUGHT ON PAROLE HEARINGS 

N.C. POETRY SOCIEH 

OPPORTUNITIES FOR BURGEONING URITERS ABOUND IN NEW YEAR 
'LILTING' IRISH POETRY FILLS HALL AT UEYMOUTH UINTER MEET 

N.C. PRESS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
STATE UASTE AUTHORITY'S RESFUNSE QUESTIONED 
NCPA ^€USPAPER INSTITUTE OPENS TODAY IN DURHAM 
STATE PRESS GRtJUP MEETS IN DURHAM 

HOSTAGE'S SISTER BRINGS PUSH FOR HIS RELEASE TO N.C. PRESS 
WASHINGTON DAILY NEWS WINS KEY NCPA AWARD 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 
CHH 1 
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1/16/1990 A 
1/22/1990 A 
1/22/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/24/1990 B 
1/24/1990 A 
1/26/1990 C 
1/30/1990 A 



H 2 1/21/1990 F 
H 2 1/20/1990 A 
S 2 1/18/1990 A 



H 2 1/14/1990 B 
H 2 1/24/1990 D 
S 2 1/27/1990 A 



H 2 1/09/1990 A 
H 2 1/19/1990 B 
CHH 1 1/31/1990 A 



2 1/14/1990 D 
2 1/28/1990 F 



CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



1/16/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 
1/18/1990 C 
1/19/1990 A 
1/19/1990 A 



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1 
4 

1 P 
1 
5 
4 

1 P 
1 P 



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N M25 
E 

N M25 
N M25 
N 
E 
N 
N M25 



1 D U 
8 P N 
1 P N B71 



1 P P T32 
9 P N C60 
5 P P T37 



1 C N 
4 N 
1 N C62 



S 2 1/02/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/03/1990 D 8 P N M51 



3 U H45 
3 P U H45 



1 P N M25 
1 N S69 
1 N 
1 P N C60 
6 N 



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'WER'RE NOT SO DIFFER-ENT,' MARTIN TELLS PR-ESS MEMBER'S 

SUN SNAPS UP AUARIS 

NEWSPAPERS PREFERRED FOR NEWS, ADS 

governor: OFFICIALS, PRESS SHARE GOALS 

WASTE GROUP'S I^fORMATION PROCEDURES DRAW CRITICISM 

SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER YOU? 

AUTHORITY OFFI CIAL CRITICIZES INFORMATION P-R-OCEDURES 

HACWCY LETTER ANSWER OK, PRESS LAWYER SAYS 

N.C. F-RIMARY READING PROGRAM 
SEE READING 

N.C. PROPERTY TAX COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 
RACIST GROUP SHOULDN'T GET RELIGIOUS TAX BREAK 

N.C. PUBLIC SCHOOL FORUM 

SEE PUBLIC SCHOOL FORUM OF N.C. 

N.C. REGISTRY OF TIC INTERPRETERS FOR THE DEAF 
SEE I€AF 

N.C. RIGHT-TO-LIFE, IIC. 
SEE ALSO ABORTION 
UNBIASED POLLS SWW MAJORITY WANT ABORTIONS TO BE RESTRICTED 

N.C, SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATfEMATICS 
SEE ALSO MAT>£MATICS 
'BENCHED' 
TECH TALK 
TALENT SEARCH TABS SCIENCE SCHOOL SENIORS 

N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MAT>EMATICS SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 
TIGERS, UNICOR-NS LEAD WACHOVIA RACE 
LOUISBURG'S TERRELL FOULS UP UNICORNS 
UNICORNS REGISTER BIG WIN VS. SOUTHERN 

N.C. SCHOOL OF Tf€ ARTS 

DOCUMe^TARY IN WINSTON FEATURES ALBEE 

N.C. STATE TREASU^'S OFFICE 
SEE N.C. DEPT. OF REVENUE 



N.C. 



STATE UNIV. 

BUSH'S VISIT TO SHOICASE N.C, STATE'S PHYSICS LABS 



N.C. STATE UNIV., BUDGET 

BUDGET CUTS FORCE NCSU INTO LAYOFFS 

BUDGET CRUNCH HAS N.C. STATE LAYING OFF SOME U^TRUCTORS 

2 STUDENT BODY PRESIDENTS BLAST BUDGET CUTBACKS 

N.C. STATE UNIV., FACU.TY 

BUIGET CUTS FORCE NCSU INTO LAYOFFS 

BUDGET CRUNCH HAS N.C. STATE LAYING OFF SOME INSTRUCTORS 

N.C. STATE UNIV., SCHOLAR'S OF THE COLLEGE PROGRAM 
FOUR FROM CHATHAM CHOSEN FOR PROGRAM 

N.C. STATE UNIV. NATURAL RESOURCES RESEARCH CENTER 
SEE ALSO GEOLOGY 
LAB ENTRY IS GEOLOGY LESSON 

N.C. STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 

WaFPACK FACES CLEMSON IN ACC MATCHUP; DEVILS, TAR HEELS AT HOME 

GUGLIOnA BUCKET NUDGES CLEMSON 

'PACK'S GUGLIOHA STUNS TIGER'S WITH FINAL SHOT 

WOLFPACK F-UTS LEASH ON TERRIER'S 

WOLFPACK MAKES AMENDS VS. BOSTON U. 

OLIVER'S SCORING HELPS TECH NIP PACK 



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H 2 


1/19/1990 C 


1 N S69 


S 2 


1/19/1990 A 


1 P N 


S 2 


1/19/1990 A 


3 N 


S 2 


1/19/1990 B 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


1/22/1990 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


1/22/1990 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/23/1990 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/23/1990 A 


1 N M25 



2 1/03/1990 A 



2 1/30/1990 A 



S 2 1/11/1990 C 1 P P L38 
S 2 1/26/1990 B 8 P P H? 
S 2 1/26/1990 C 1 N 



H 2 1/11/1990 B 3 N B40 
S 2 1/18/1990 B 3 N P52 
S 2 1/25/1990 C 3-P N P52 



H 2 1/29/1990 A 13 P N 



H 2 1/31/1990 C 2 N 



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2 


1/18/1990 A 
1/19/1990 B 
1/21/1990 B 


1 
9 

i 


N 
N 
N 


S 
H 


n 

2 


1/18/1990 A 
1/19/1990 B 


1 
9 


N 
N 


CHH 


1 


1/17/1990 A 


3 


N 



H 2 1/20/1990 C 1 N 



H 


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1/03/1990 D 


1 


N L22 


H 


7 


1/04/1990 B 


1 F 


N M64 





2 


1/04/1990 B 


1 F 


U D18 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 B 


1 


N M64 


S 


? 


1/11/1990 B 


3 


N A76 


H 


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1/14/1990 C 


1 


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PACK HOUS ON TO TOP DEACS 

TAR HERS' l€XT BIG ACC TEST WITH 'PACK TOMORROW 

SIZZLING TAR ^€ELS HIT THE ROAD 

TAR f€ELS fim IT ON, CORRAL WOLFPACK/UNC TAKES ANOTHER STEP IN ACC RACE 

•DT' RETURNED TO REYNOLDS, BUT TAR HEELS STOLE THE SHOW 

NO LIICLIGHT FOR LESTER 

DUKE'S HILL QUICK OUT [F TV£ BLCCKS 

VAL'JANO HOLDS EDK ON KRZYZEUSKI 

'UNBELIEVABLE' 

DUKE BACKCOURT STEALS THE SHOW 

DUKE GETS (H 'UNBELIEVABLE' WIN VS. STATE 

IT DOESN'T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS 

SOLE WJSIC 

WOLFPACK SCOROCS TERRAPINS 

N.C. STATE REBOU^fflS AGAINST HARYLAND 

CAfER-ON CRAZIES COULD DRAW PENW.TY FOR DEVILS 

'FIRE' AND 'ICE' NOT EVEN WARM 

STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (WOfEN) 
STINSON'S JU^ff'ER GIVES UOLfT'ACK WIN OVER TERPS 
IT'S MI^E! 



N.C, STATE UNIV, SPORTS, BASKETBALL, PROBATION 
NO LIICLIGHT FOR LESTER 

N.C, STATE IWIV. SPORTS, FOOTBAl 

'PACK OFFENSE DISAPPEARS VS. ARIZOW* 

ABSENT OFFENSE SOURS UOLFFACK'S SEASON 

WOLFPACK 'S SEASON ENDS WITH COPFtR BOWL LOSS 

REEVES TO JOIN IttLFPACK; ALSTON PICKS UNC 

FOOTBAa FEAST 

JOHNSON COMMITS TO STATE; ANKLE MAY KEEP FERRELL OJT 

N.C, STREAM WATCH PROGRAM 

lOm. GROUP TO MONITOR ENO WATER QUALITY 

N.C, SUPREME COURT 

SEE ALSO UDGES, N,C. 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, N,C. 
OOP'S JUDICIAL QIWNDARY 
■ BROUN PLEADS GUILH TO LESSER OFFENSE 
WHY BAN BIBLE CLUBS? 
JUSTICES SUF'PORT TOWN'S APFtAL 

N.C, SUPRE^E CmjRT, ELECTIONS 

UHICHARD, BELL PLAN RE-ELECTION BIDS; MS. HERON, CARR FILE 

2 SEEK RE-ELECTION 

Cft'iMISSIONER RECKHOW SEEKS SECOND TERM 

N.C. SYMPHONY 

GREY SEAL PUPPETS 

N.C. TAX ALLOCATION COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO TAX CREDITS 
SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

DURHAM TAX AWARD NETS 194 APARTMENTS 

FRANKLIN, PERSON LOSE AID 

N.C, TENIO OFFER DISCLOSURE fa 
SEE ICRGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

N.C. TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 

ORANGE GETS FOURTH OF STATE BIKE FUND 

BIKE FUNDING GREAT, BUT IS IT FAIR? 

N.C. UTILITIES COMMISSION 

HENDERSON-OXFORD PHONE DECISION MAY COME MONDAY 



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1/19/1990 C 


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H 


2 


1/20/1990 D 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


1 P N (164 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


1 U M88 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


1 P N C49 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 D 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 


1/24/1990 D 


1 N F25 


H 


2 


1/25/1990 C 


1 U M88 


H 


2 


1/25/1990 C 


1 P N M64 


S 


2 


1/25/1990 C 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


1/25/1990 C 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 B 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 D 


1 P N M64 


S 


2 


1/29/1990 D 


6 P N A76 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 D 


1 N H88 


H 


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1/31/1990 D 


1 P N F95 


H 


2 


1/08/1990 B 


2 P N M64 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 B 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 


1/01/1990 D 


1 P N F25 


S 


2 


1/01/1990 D 


2 U F25 


H 


2 


1/02/1990 B 


2 P N M64 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


3 N B40 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 C 


2 P P 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 B 


3 P N B40 


H 


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1/16/1990 C 


3 N 



H 


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H 


2 


H 


2 


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H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 



S 2 
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CHH 1 
CHH 1 



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1/12/1990 A 1 P N S82 

1/13/1990 A 4 E 

1/19/1990 A 1 P N M70 



1/10/1990 C 1 D N S69 
1/10/1990 A 1 P N 
1/11/1990 A 1 P N H65 



H 2 1/19/1990 D 22 P P 



1/11/1990 A 1 
1/11/1990 A 1 



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1/04/1990 A 



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SEE ALSO HAZ/«ra)S WASTE TREATMENT, N.C, 

SEE ALSO N.C. LOU-LEVEL RAMOACTIirE iWSTE MANA6EHENT AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO RAIiIOACTIi.t WASTE 
CHATHAM HAZARBOUS WASTE SITE STILL IN THE RUNNIfffi 
DISPOSAL FACILITIES DIFFER FOR RADIOACTIi,€, OTHER WASTES 

N.C. UILHIFE FEDERATION 

WILIIIFE FHCRATIW SETS iW*JAL fEH 

N.C. UILIUFE RES0U«:ES COrtllSSICW 

MORE CASEWELL GAfC LAND ROADS MAY BE CLOSED 

UAYS SOUGHT TO HALT DECLIfC OF RABBITS, QUAIL, GROUSE IN N.C. 



CHH 2 
CHH 2 



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1/05/1990 A 



tmiH CENTRAL LEGAL ASSISTANCE PROS^WI 

CLEARING THE RECORD H 

LAWSUIT PITS LEGAL ASSIST/W:E PROGRAM AGAINST CRtST STREET COHM. COUNCIL H 



WRTHERN Hiai SHXL 

NHS STUrCNTS CW^J-ENGED BY BRIDGE-EtllLHING PR'OJECT 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 
NORTVERN STATES ITS CASE, SWATS TIGERS 59-50 
KNIGHTS STl^ TIGERS 
NORTfERN NIPS F(^CS IN OVERTIhE 
NCRTrERN WLDS OFF ORAMS RALLY 
BACKS TO T>£ WALL, VIKIf«S RALLY PAST ^«)RTHERN 

NORTHER-N Him SMXS. SPORTS, BASKETBAa (GIRLS) 
NEVILLE LEADS LOFTY LADIES 
THINK fast: NORTVERN'S NEVILLE IS LOOKING TO PASS 

NORTHERN HIGH SCHOTL SPORTS, SWIhBIING 
SUIf^ERS (CET 

fCRTHERN HIGH SOWL SPORTS, W5ESTLING 
WALKER LIVES \P TO HIS POTENTK^. 

NORT>£RfV TELECOM 

NORT>£RN TELECOM'S 'MAESTRO' FIRST RESIDDfflAL CALLER: ID PHOi€ 
f«RTF€RN TELECOM FIANS TO STOF' USLSB 0Z0nE-E£F1ETING SOLVENT BY 1991 
NORT>£RN Ta CLEANS UP ACT 

^■!UCLEAR PLANTS, N.C. AND S.C. 

SEE ALSO RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS 

SEE ALSO SHEARON HARRIS MJCLEAR PLANT 
AFRICANS RIGHT TO F-ROTEST AGAINST f€U POWER PLANTS 
SUF'REME COURT TO REVIEW CASE OF WIU1INGT0N GE WHISTLEBLCSCR 

NUCLEAR REGULATORY CO)«1ISSI0N 

NR-C ADDS 50 PERCENT TO ORIGIN. CPU. FIt€ 

r^RSERY SCHOOLS 

SEE CHILD CARE CENTERS 

NOJRSING SCWKS.S. N.C. 

SEE ALSO rmRHAM TECHNICAL CfflnMUNITY COLLEGE, fmsim F-ROGRAM 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL EDUCATION 
STRENGT>£N UNI£R(»AKJATE W.IRSING, EXPERTS TELL UNC OFFICIALS 

OPEC (OR'GANIZATION OF PETROEUM EXF'ORTIfJG COUfJTRIES) 
SEE OIL PRICES 

0«< GROVE MASONIC LODGE 
fCW OFFICERS 



OAKLEIGH AT DUR^HWI 

SEE ALSO I«<HAM COUNTY GE>ERAL HOSPITAL, ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT PROGRAM 
COUNTY GENERW. REOR-QANIZES TRWBLED OAKLEIGH CENTER H 

OAKLEIGH EXECUTES PLAN TO AVOID CLOSING ITS DOORS S 



1/11/1990 C 
1/26/1990 B 



1/05/1990 A 
1/14/1990 B 



H 2 1/13/1990 B 



1/06/1990 B 
1/06/1990 B 
1/20/1990 D 
1/24/1990 D 
1/27/1990 D 



1/16/1990 C 
1/25/1990 C 



1/23/1990 D 
1/13/1990 B 



1/07/1990 D 
1/18/1990 C 
1/22/1990 A 



H 2 1/31/1990 D 



1 P N M25 
1 N M25 



1/26/1990 C 3 N 



1 N H60 

8 N 



2 N 
1 P N S32 

1 P P M66 



4 P N B40 
1 P N F52 
3 P N &40 
3 P N y55 
3 N B40 



2 P N A76 

3 P N B40 



4 N A76 

2 P N A76 



6 P N K65 
1 N K65 
4 E 



1/16/1990 A 4 L 
1/23/1990 A 1 P N 



CHH 1 1/26/1990 A 1 N S17 



S 2 1/08/1990 C 2 P P 144 



1/11/1990 C 1 N C60 
1/11/1990 A 1 N H65 



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SEE ALSO PARKS, ORANGE COLWTY 
OCCOhEECHEE PLANS ACCEPTED 

OFF-SHORE DRILLING 
SEE ALSO (WTURAL GAS 
JONES FILES BILL TO BLOCK DRILLING OFF N.C. COAST 
LEAVING NOTHING TO CHANCE 
MOBIL OIL'S DRILLING lOATE TO CENTER ON MATERIAL DUfff'ED IN OCEAN 

OH! CALCUHA! 

NUDIE SHOU IN GREENSBORO; FIAYWRIGHT BARES ALL 

OIL PRICES 

SEE ALSO GASCLIfE PRICES 
OIL SPILL CLEANUP CtWTINlES 

OLD DOMINION UNIV, SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

TAR HEELS REDISCOVER DEFENSE, Slfi«jE TO 90-78 WIN OVER ODU 

OLD FARM (DURHAM, N.C. CCM1UNITY) 

ALTERED ENO DRIVE PLAN SPAWNS SECOND OPPOSITION GROUP 

DOT NIXES ALTERNATE ENO DRIVE FTOPOSAL 

FROM SAND TO (XJICKSAND 

CHANGING LOOP PATH TOO EXPENSIVE A RISK 

COUNCIL TO GUARD CORRIDOR OF FIRST ENO DRIVE LOOP 

THE OLD-TIME HERALD 

PICKIN' AND PRINTIN'/ALICE (S3?ARD 

OLD TI^E WESTERN FILM CLUB FESTIV(^ 
SEE OLD ICSTERN FILM CLUB 

OLD WESTERN FILM CLUB 

WESTERN FILM CLUB MARKS 20TH YEAR 

OLYMPIC TRACK AND FIELD TRIALS 
LET'S RUN Tf€ RACES tCRE 

OMNI DURHAM HOTa Wffl CONVENTION CENTER 
SEE ALSO HOTELS, DURHAM 
HOTEL OCCUPANCY EXPECTED TO RISE 

OPEN COURTS 

SEE U.S. SUPREfE COURT 

OPERA 

AN OF'ERA T(!#>ED IN ITALY/' I LOMBARDI' 

OPERATION SANTA 

THANKS FOR SfttRING 

OPTIMIST CLUB OF BISWAM 

VALENTIIC: LOIER TENSIONS MEAN LESS DEFENSE SPENDING 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO JOINT ORANGE/CHATHAM COOPERATIVE WORK GROUP 
SEE ALSO LAUaJITS, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO MURDER, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO PARKS, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO VOLUNTEERS, ORANGE COUNTY 

WISHES FOR Tf€ 1990'S 

DEPUTIES TRY TO 'STAMP' OUT ILLEGAL DRUGS 

ORANGE COWm, N.C, BOND ISSUES 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, CAPITAL I^PR•OVE^ENT PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SCHOOL BOND CALLED UNLIKELY 

WHERE'S Tf£ SCHOOL UE VOTED FOR? 



CHH 1 1/12/1990 A 3 M N U57 



H 2 1/24/1990 B 7 N 
cm 1 1/28/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/29/1990 B 1 N 



H 2 1/01/1990 B 1 U W66 



S 2 1/10/1990 A 



H 2 1/04/1990 B 



H 2 1/13/1990 C 

H 2 1/18/1990 A 

H 2 1/21/1990 D 

S 2 1/22/1990 A 

S 2 1/30/1990 A 



1 N B53 
1 N L22 



1 N R63 
1 M N R63 
4 E 
4 E 
1 M N C61 



H 2 1/19/1990 D 6 P U S56 



H 


2 


1/22/1990 A 


6 


N U66 


H 


2 


1/13/1990 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


1/13/1990 A 


1 


N E33 



H 2 1/05/1990 D 
CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 
S 2 1/17/1990 A 



19 R L59 
4 L 
1 P N E33 



CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/31/1990 A 



CHH 1 1/10/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/26/1990 A 



3 P N 
1 N W57 



3 N C62 

4 E 



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3 P N M20 
3 N H20 
1 N M20 
3 P N M20 



cm 1 1/12/1990 A 1 N W57 



cm 1 1/25/1990 A 1 C N H20 



SEE ALSO CHAPa HILL, N.C., LAND USE 

SEE (y.SO ORANGE COWTY, N.C., K?OWTH DEVaCPffiNT 

ORANijE CO. mef^ GATHERS FOR RETREAT CHH 1 1/06/1990 A 

COiV^inEE ENHJR-SES RURAL BIFFER LOTIONS CM 1 l/06/l'?90 A 

OFFICIALS HELAY BUFFER TALKS CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 

COmiSSIOfCR ll<GES SEPARATION CF BIFFER, RL9V1 CHARACTER STUHY CW 1 1/25/1990 A 

(KANGE COWTY, N.C., CABLE TELEVISION 

filRJ CABLE FtKUS OF HILLSBCROLGH COtflAINTS 

ORANGE CO^fTY, N.C., CAPITAL IfffTOVDOT PROGRAM 
SEE (LSD a«*NGE COJNTY, N.C., BOND ISSUES 
COifllSSIONERS tXJTRAGEB AT COST HIKE FOR SCHOO. 

Cff:ANGE COUNTY, N.C., ECC901IC leVELOPfOrT 
SEE ORANGE COIMY, N.C., K^OUTH DEVELOPtCNT 

ORANGE COOfTY, N.C., ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO OR/¥«X COJNTY, N.C., BtM) ISSUES 
KB^EDY SAYS 'NO «0F£,' E4/T SINi£R' TO SEEK 2NIi TEFJ1 (CORRECTED) 
CHAIRtlAN SAYS Sf£ WANTS TO KEEP IJORKING ON SENATE Bia 2 IDEAS-CCRRECTED 
FlURALISTIC F'RIHARY ODOD FC« ELECTM^ATE 
SO^E FREE ADVICE FW? THKE SEEKING SCHOT. BCky<D ^ATS 
PEfJIiERiSRASS SEEKING THIRD ELECTItW UIN 
Ct^'RECT I ON 

COURT CLERK FILES TO SEEK ANOT^€R TERM 
TERRELL SEEKS COMY SCHOOL BOARD F-OST 
Slh^ER STRESSES REFORM EFFORT IN BID Fm SECOND BOARD TERM 
BATEiW^: RAISIfW TEST SCORES M3AL IN THIRD TERM BOARD BID 
JUDGE SEEKING THIRD TERM 
CHAISttAN-SEEKIMj FE-ELECTION 
KAVEKLAND SEEKING 1ST Fill TERM 
BOYD ENTER'S SENATE RACE 
EX-MAYOR EYES SENATE 
m<SE JOINS SCHOO. BOARD RACE 
COOK SEEKS ELECTION TO EDICATION BOARD 
HACKfCY GOES FOR 6TH T£RM 
BARNES ifmS ON RECORH 
LATTA CALLS FOR RESTRAINT 

HARTiELL TO SEEK FOUR MORE YEAR'S AS CCWISSIONER 
KEf*OY FILES FOR COJNTY BOARD 

FaȣR FIANNING BOARD hCAIi SEEKS SEAT ON COIM^ BOiRD 
INSKO FILES FOR COmiSSIOfGS' RACE 

ORANGE CCWTY, N.C., ELECTIONS, PRIMARIES 
FILIRALISTIC PRIMARY GOOD F«? ELECTORATE 
CCRRECTIW 

ORANGE COIKTY, N.C., EMPLOYEES 

COJNTY UORKEKS SET FOR MOVING, H^TWELL SAYS 

ORANtX COIMY, N.C., GR-OWTH DE'vtLOF'MENT 
SEE M.SO [KAM^ COUNTY, N.C., BUFFER 
SEE fLSO ORANGE COUNTY ECONOMIC ICVELOFtENT COMMISSION 
OFFICIALS PR-OXCT tCCLINE IN GRWTH OF LOCAL TAJ< BASE 

ORANGE COLWTY, N.C., HOUSING 

FEU CM AFFORD mi m£, STUDY SHOWS 

ORANGE Ca'NTY, N.C., LEGISLATORS „,<,^ . 

HUNT BEGINS t€lJ STATE GO'.CRNMENT JOB O^ 1 1/03/1990 A 

HUNT 'UNDECIDED' ON FINISHING TEFtI IN OFFICE CHH 1 1/06/1990 A 

UALKER: 'IT'S ^ER ItCISION' CHH 1 1/06/1990 A 

REPS. NOT CONSU.TED C* 1 1/06/1990 A 

ORANGE COIMY, N.C., PWWS 
SEE PARKS, (KAN(£ COWTY 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., PftOPERTY TAXES 
SEE ALS) OA'WE COUNTY, N.C., TAXES 



CHH 1 


l/02.''1990 A 


1 P N K20 


CI* 1 


1/02/1990 A 


1 P N M20 


cm 1 


1/02/1990 A 


4 E 


cm 1 


1/02/1990 A 


4 J 


cm 1 


1/03/1990 A 


1 P N M70 


CHH 1 


1/03/1990 A 


2 N 


CHH 1 


1/03/1990 A 


1 N SJ57 


CHH 1 


1/03/1990 A 


3 H H20 


cm 1 


1/03/1990 A 


3 N M20 


cm 1 


1/03/1990 A 


3 N H20 


cm 1 


1/04/1990 A 


3 P N C62 


cm 2 


1/05/1990 A 


3 P N 


cm 2 


1/05/1990 A 


3 P N D38 


cm 1 


1/06/1990 A 


3 P N f125 


cm 2 


1/07/1990 A 


3 N 


cm 2 


1/07/1990 A 


3 N M20 


cm 1 


1/11/1990 A 


3 N ,120 


cm 1 


1/13/1990 A 


1 P B ;i^ 


cm 1 


1/13/1990 A 


1 P B in25 


cm 1 


1/13/1990 A 


1 P B H25 


cm 1 


1/17/1990 A 


1 P N H20 


cm 1 


1/18/1990 A 


1 N IJ57 


cm 1 


1/19/1990 A 


1 P N H20 


cm 1 


1/20/1990 A 


1 P N H20 


cm 1 


1/02/1990 A 


4 E 


cm 1 


1/31/1990 A 


2 N 


cm 1 


1/28/1990 A 


1 P N M20 



cm 2 1/07/1990 A 
cm 1 1/26/1990 A 



1 N M20 

1 C N M20 



1 P N M25 

1 P N f125 

1 N M25 

4 L 



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SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 
OFFICIALS PROJECT DECLINE IN GROWTH OF LOCAL TAX BASE 

ORANGE COUNH, N.C, RESERVOIR 
SEE RESERVOIRS 

ORANGE COIMY, N.C, ROADS 

ORANGE KTS FOURTH OF STATE BIKE FWffl 

ORANGE COIXTY, N.C, TAXES 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 
OFFICIALS PROJECT DECLINE IN GROUTH OF LOCAL TAX BASE 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, TaEPHO^ES 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, N.C 
APRIL START-UP DATE PREDICTED FOR PHO^ES 

ORANGE COMY, N.C, WATER AND SEl€R LIt€S 

SEE ALSO HILLSBCROUGH, N.C , UATER AND SEUER LINES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 

DEM RESORTS TO FIf€ AGAINST CARIOIS OWNER 

HEALTH OFFICI(y.S URGE INCREASE OF INSPECTIONS 

GARDENS NEIGHBORS GROW FRUSTRATED WITH OFFICIALS 

OWASA LINK TO UNIVERSITY LAKE TO BE DISCUSSED 

OFFICIALS TO TACKLE WATERSHED EXTENSION 

SEWAK POURS INTO ENO RIVER 

ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, ZONING 

SEE ALSO (KAN6E COUNTY PLAINING BOARD 
ORANffi CO. BOARD GATHERS FOR RETREAT 
OSIMirreE ENDORSES RURAL BUFFER OPTIONS 

ORANGE COWrr ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY AND SHELTER 
SEE ALSO ANIMf^ PROTECTION SOCIEH 
SEE ALSO PET LOSS SUPPORT GROUP 

0W^O FACES CRUELTY CHARGE 

BARKING A DIFFICaT SITUATION TO CONTROL 

A LOSS JUST THE SAME 

SKINNED ANIMAL IDENTIFIED AS FOX 

IS RABIES REALLY STILL A THREAT IN N.C? VACCINATION LAWS KEEP CO. C\SfN CHH 

RUNNING FREE/WHAT TO DO WITH HOMELESS, WILD CATS IS A TRICKY SITUATION "■■ 

COMBINED EFFORT (M PROTECT WILDLIFE 

ORANGE COUNTY ARTS COMMISSION 

BOARD TO ISSUE ARTS GRANTS CHECKS 
CAREY DISTRIBUTES ARTS GRANTS CHECKS 

ORANGE COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARIO CITIZENS 
CITIZEN AWARD WINNER FINDS TIME FOR LIVING 

ORANGE COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS 
SEE ALSO mmX. COUNTY SCHOOLS, TEACHERS 
TEACHER'S CALL MERIT PLAN REJECTION fCSSAGE 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIOICRS 
F-OOL PLANS GET BACKIhJG FROM BOARD 
OFFICIALS I£LAY BUFFER TALKS 
CAPITAL PROGRAM HEARING SLATED 
RENCHER STREET CONTRACT AFfROVED 
HALKIOTIS DENIES LAND-TAKING RUMORS 
BOARD TO ISSUE ARTS GRANTS CHECKS 
AF'RIL START-UP DATE PROICTED FOR PHONES 
EIC, CHAMBERS MAY JOIN EFFORTS 
ANGERED RESIDENTS BADGER CONSULTANT 
LINK TO UNVEIL IMPROVEMENTS PLAN 
COMMISSIONERS OUTRAGED AT COST HIKE FOR SCHOOL 
BOARD PROOJlIMS LITERACY EVENT 

COMMISSIONERS SEEK TO PREVENT ANOTfCR ACRIMONIOUS MEETING 
LAND-USE TERMS RESOLUTION APPRWED 
USE PUBLIC MEETING TO LEARN, Wl SHOUT 



CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 1 N M20 



CHH 1 1/02/1990 A 3 N M20 



CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 1 N M20 



cm 1 1/16/1990 A 3 N 



CHH 2 


1/07/1990 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 2 


1/07/1990 A 


1 N M20 


cm 2 


1/07/1990 A 


2 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/22/1990 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/29/1990 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


1/30/1990 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/06/1990 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/06/1990 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 2 


1/05/1990 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


1/06/1990 A 


10 P U 


CHH 1 


1/08/1990 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


1/12/1990 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


1/13/1990 A 


7 P U 


CHH 1 


1/20/1990 A 


7 P U 


CHH 1 


1/27/1990 A 


3 P U 


CHH 1 


1/16/1990 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


1/29/1990 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


1/25/1990 A 


1 P N 


CHH 1 


1/31/1990 A 


3 N D38 


CHH 1 


1/08/1990 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/09/1990 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


1/11/1990 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


1/11/1990 A 


3 N 


cm 1 


1/11/1990 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


1/16/1990 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


1/16/1990 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


1/19/1990 A 


3 N W57 


cm 1 


1/20/1990 A 


3 P N M20 


cm 1 


1/23/1990 A 


1 N M20 


cm 1 


1/25/1990 A 


1 C N M20 


cm 1 


1/26/1990 A 


3 N 


cm 1 


1/26/1990 A 


3 P N M20 


cm 1 


1/27/1990 A 


3 N 


cm 1 


1/27/1990 A 


4 E 



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ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COHMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 
HACMCY GOES FOR 6TH TERM 
BARNES BANKS ON RECORD 
UHA CALLS FOR RESTRAINT 

HARTIELL TO SEEK FOUR MORE YEAR'S AS COMMISSIONER 
KENNEDY FILES FOR COUNH BOARD 

FORMER FIANNING BOARD HEAD SEEKS SEAT ON COUNTY BOARD 
INSKO FILES FOR COMMISSIOfCRS' RACE 

ORANGE COIWTY BOARD OF COItilSSIONERS, RETREATS 
ORANGE CO. BOARD GAT}€RS FOR RETREAT 
COMMITTEE ENDORSES RURAL BIFFER OPTIONS 

ORANGE COUNTY BO(«D OF EIW:ATI(») 

some free advice for those seeking school board seats 

board ok's model schoa building schedule 

»s4 hoft school to get water service 

schools to hef« park plan 

schoa.s to lease land for center 

officials cautious 

schools to consider reform straw pol 

abuse ref'orting procedures ouuiho in paper 

orange colwty board of edxaticw, elections 
correction 

terrell seeks county scmol board post 
singer stresses reform effort in bid for second board term 
bateman; raising test scores goal in third term board bid 
havefiand seeking 1st full term 
nurse joins school board race 
cook seeks election to education board 



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 

cm 1 

CHH 1 



cm 1 

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



ORANGE COIWTY BO^«II OF ELECTIONS 

KENNEDY SAYS 'NO MORE,' BUT SINGER TO SEEK 2ND TEPJ1 (CORRECTED) CHH 1 
CHAIRMAN SAYS SHE \<mJS TO KEEP WORKING ON SENATE BILL 2 IDEAS-CORRECTED CHH 1 



ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

SEE ALS-0 ORANGE COUNTY ItPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
COUNH WORKERS SET FOR MOVING, HARTWELL SAYS 

ORANGE COUNTY CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT 

COURT CLERK FILES TO SEEK ANOTt€R TERM 

ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY CENTER (PROPOSED) 
SEE ALSO PARKS, ORANGE COUNTY 
SCHOOLS TO HEAR PARK PLAN 
SCHOOLS TO LEASE LAND FOR CENTER 
OFFICIALS CAUTIOUS 

ORANGE COUNTY DEPT. ^ SOCIAL SERVICES 

SEE ALSO CRANIO COUNTY BOARD OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE REPORTS SAID ON THE INCREASE 
ABUSE R-EPORTING PROCEDURES (XJTLINED IN P(tf€R 
AGENCIES' COOPERATION HELPS CHILDREN 

ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT AHORNEY, ASSISTANT 
ASSISTANT PROSECUTOR DISMISSED 
ASSIATANT PROSECUTOR DISMISSED 
ASSISTANT D.A, SAYS FIRING LIM<ED TO JULY CASE 
ASSISTANT CHATHAM D.A, HIRED 

ORANGE COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOFftNT COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO ORA^JGE COUNTY, N.C., GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
EDC, CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE EYE JOINT EFFORT 
EDO, CHAMBER'S MAY JOIN EFFORTS 

OR'ANGE COUNTY FEDERATION OF TEACHERS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SCHOO-S, TEACHERS 
TEACHERS CALL MERIT PLAN REJECTION MESSAGE 



CHH 1 

cm 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 



1/13/1990 
1/13/1990 
1/13/1990 
1/17/1990 
1/18/1990 
1/19/1990 
1/20/1990 



1/02/1990 
1/10/1990 
1/18/1990 
1/22/1990 
1/24/1990 
1/24/1990 
1/27/1990 
1/29/1990 



1/03/1990 
1/03/1990 
1/03/1990 
1/03/1990 
1/05/1990 
1/07/1990 
1/11/1990 



1/06/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 



1/02/1990 A 
1/02/1990 A 



1/28/1990 A 
l/03/l'990 A 



1/22/1990 A 
1/24/1990 A 
1/24/1990 A 



1/16/1990 A 
1/29/1990 A 
1/30/1990 A 



1/10/1990 A 
1/10/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 
1/19/1990 A 



1/13/1990 A 
1/19/1990 A 



1 P 
1 P 
1 P 
1 P 
1 
1 P 



B M25 
B M25 
B M25 
N M20 
N W57 
N M20 
1 P N M20 



3 P N M20 
3 N M20 



J 
N 
P N U57 
N U57 
N D38 
N D38 
N 
N D38 



N 

N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N D38 
N M20 
N M20 



1 P N M20 
1 P N H20 



1 P N H20 
1 N U57 



1 N W57 
3 N D38 
3 N D38 



1 N M20 
1 N D38 
4 E 



1 P N M70 
1 P N W57 
1 N M25 
3 N W57 



3 N U57 
3 N U57 



CHH 1 1/31/1990 A 3 N D38 



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ORANGE COIWTY \€fLTh DEPT, 

STU CASES INCREASING, HEALTH DEPT. OFFICIALS SAY 
DOCTC«S, TEACHERS GRAPPLE WITH FLU EPIDEMIC 

ORANGE amn human relations COMMISSION 

HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION MAY TRY TO BYPASS LEGISLATURE 
MOBILE HOME OW£RS' LOT DISCUS^D 

ORANGE COUNTY LANDFILL 

NEW LANDFILL SEARCH GETS OFFICII. KICKOFF 

ORANGE COWnr PLANNING BOARD 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C., ZONING 
UATER-SHED STANDARD TKl HARD TO MEET, PLAWER SAYS 
SEVEN MILE RESERVOIR SITE DEBATE BREWS 
PLANICRS TO ELECT CHAIRMAN 
EireilER CHOSEN PLAM^ING BOARD CHAIRWOMAN 
BOARD BACKS RAIL SYSTEM 
SUBDIVISION (2TS PRaiMIfWRY ffl< 
BOARD SETS 5-ACRE A<,€RAGE AT UNIVERSITY LAKE 

ORANGE COWm REKSJE SQUAD 

AMRIANCE CaLIDES WITH CAR, TRUCK 

ORANGE COMY RURAL CHARACTER COWITTEE 
ORANGE CO. BOARD GATHERS FOR RETREAT 
COMMITTEE ENDORSES RURAL BUFFER OPTIONS 
OFFICIALS DELAY BUFFER TALKS 
ANGERED RESIDENTS BAIGER CONSILTANT 

COmiSSIONER URGES SEPARATION OF BUFFER, RURAL CHARACTER STUDY 
COMMISSIONERS SEEK TO PREVENT ANOTHER ACRIMONIOUS MEETING 
USE PUBLIC l«ETING TO LEARN, NOT SM3UT 

ORANGE COtMY SCHOO-S 

AREA SCHOOLS WON'T TU^£ IN TO FTOGRAM 

ABUSE REPORTING PRKEDURES OUTLINED IN PAPER 

AISCIES' COOPERATION HELPS CHILDREN 

ORANGE COUNTY KH)OLS, CONSTRUCTION 

COMMISSIONERS OUTRAGED AT COST HIKE FOR SCHOOL 
W^£RE'S THE SCtfiOL l£ VOTED FOR? 

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOtLS, MODEL SCHOOL PROGRAM 
SCHOOL COORDINATOR NAMED 
UNC PROF TO HEAD MODEL-SCHOOL EFFORT 
BOARD OK'S MODEL SCHOOL BUILDING SCHEDULE 

ORANGE COIWTY SCHOOLS, TEACHERS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY FEDERATION OF TEACHERS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 
TEAC>£RS CALL MERIT PLAN REJECTION MESSAGE 

ORANGE COUNTY StCRIFF'S DEPT., ELECTIONS 
FENDERGRASS SEEKING THIRD ELECTION WIN 

ORANGE COUNTY WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 
SEE ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 

ORANGE HIGH SCWO. SPORTS, BASKETBAa <BOYS) 
ORANGE WALKS PAST WEBB 
PANTHERS BELIEVE, TRIM BULLDOGS 
ORANGE SWEEPS SOUTHERN 

CARIYLE SCHOMBERGJ A CLEAN-CUT COACH'S DREAM 
ROGERS, HILLSIDE TOP ORANGE 
HC^NCTS SHAKE OFF SLOW ST^T, STOP PANTHERS 
NORT[£RN HOIiS OFF (K'ANGE RALLY 
FERRELL, TIGERS CLAW PANTHERS, 71-46 
TIGERS ROUT ORANGE TO RULE COUNTY 



CHH 1 1/26/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/31/1990 A 



CHH 1 1/12/1990 A 
CHH 1 1/28/1990 A 



cm 1 

CHH 1 
CW 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
cm 1 



1/11/1990 
1/14/1990 
1/16/1990 
1/17/1990 
1/19/1990 
1/19/1990 
1/20/1990 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 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 



1/06/1990 
1/06/1990 
1/09/1990 
1/20/1990 
1/25/1990 
1/26/1990 
1/27/1990 



1/12/1990 A 
1/29/1990 A 
1/30/1990 A 



1/25/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 



1/09/1990 A 
1/09/1990 B 
1/10/1990 A 



1 N M20 
1 P P L38 



1 P N S17 
3 N 



cm 1 1/11/1990 A 3 N S17 



1/04/1990 B 
1/06/1990 B 
1/07/1990 C 
1/18/1990 B 
1/20/1990 D 
1/20/1990 B 
1/24/1990 D 
1/27/1990 D 
1/27/1990 C 



N M20 
N M20 
N 
N M20 

N 
N 
N M20 



- cm 1 1/23/1990 A 3 N 



N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
N M20 
E 



3 N D38 
1 N D38 

4 E 



1 C N M20 
4 E 



3 P N 
1 N 
3 N 



cm 1 1/31/1990 A 3 N ri38 
cm 1 1/03/1990 A 1 P N M70 



P N B40 
P N A76 

N 
P N B40 

N G-55 
P N A76 
P N W55 

N WIO 
P N P52 



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ORANGE UATER AND SEVER AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO CHANGE COJNTY, N.C., WATER «ffl SEUER LINES 

SEE ALSO UNIVER'Sin LAKE 
FIRM PENS r£FB^ OF FINDINGS ON UNIVER-SITY LA^E F1<0TECTI0N 
CWASA lim TO UNIVERSITY LAKE TO BE DISCUSSED 
COiiHISSIONERS SEEK TO PRE\€NT ANOTHER ACRIMONIOUS rEETIfffi 
OFFICIALS TO TACKLE WATERSHED EXTENSION 
WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS A PXITICAL DECISION, BILLINGSLEY SAYS 

ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY, fECTINGS 
aiASA POSTF^MS iCETING TIt€ CHANGE 

CRmS. WATER AND SB4ER AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTOR'S 
OMASA POSTFOfCS fEETING TIIC Q^^S. 

DRANGEyT)URHAM COALITION FOR BATTERED IWtN 
SEE ALSO BATTERED WWCN 
PROTECTION FOR BATTERED WOMEN CUTS THROUGH RED TAPE 

(KPHAN DIM> CLEANIF Bia 

SEE mZARIOJS WASTE TREATf€hfT, N.C. 

OUTDCOR ADVERTISING 
SEE BILLBOARDS 

OUTDTXSR EXPO 
SEE ALSO BOATS 
SirtWALK TIMED BEACH 
OUTDOJR EXHIBITION (PENS TODAY 
UWiLXKEIi? 

OXFORD BO^Ul CF COmiSSIONERS 

OXFORD BOARD WANTS WTE ON LIQUOR BY THE DRIf*: 
OXFORD OFFICIALS EXPLAIN CMIING FOR DRIM<S VOTE 

OXFORD WEBB HIGH SOfflOL SPORTS, BASKETBAU 
ORANGE WALKS PAST WEBB 
ORANGE 0VERCOI€S l€BB 



OZOfC 



NORTHERN TELECOM FIANS TO STOP USING OZOhE-ICPLETING S(Herr BY 1991 



PTL 



SEE PRAISE T>£ LORD 

PAItfTING CONTRACTORS 
TOUCH UP 

SETTERS WITHOUT Tf€ STORM 
LAID BACK BRUSH STROKES 

PAINTIf«S 

FAUX FINIS^£S FASHIONAIIE IN W»C ItCCRATING 

PANAMA 

helms: 'I TOLD you SO' 

N.C. WOMAN CITED BY WHITE KXJSE 

NORIEGA FINDS HIS EhOflES 

TFOOPS, IfCIDENTS m<T U.S. 

PANAMA fCEDS HELP TO ESTAfllSH re«:RACY 

ARMY ACTION -SEXIST 0^J COMBAT AWARD 

?mtm PROTEST 

NORIEGA TRIAL MAY PROVE TO BE LONG. CCfffllCATED 

FORT BR'AGG GREHS PANAMA SOLIiIERS WITH HURRAHS, HIGS 

CfttPTER 3: T>€ CAPTAIN BRAY STORY 

IT'S mi A WOMAN'S FIGHT 

FORT BRAGG 'S FIICST DRO P BAC K «)ME 

•T>€ WP BACK IN WAS BETTER' 

T>£ CASUALTY GAP 

INSIOHT/REBUILDING PANAMA WILL BE EXPENSIVE 



cm 1 


1/21/1990 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/22/1990 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/26/1990 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/29/1990 A 


1 P N C62 


cm 1 


1/31/1990 A 


1 N M20 



cm 1 1/29/1990 A 2 N M25 
cm 1 1/29/1990 A 2 N M25 

H 2 1/07/1990 B 1 N S82 



H 2 1/26/1990 C 2 P P L38 
S 2 1/26/1990 C 2 N 
S 2 1/27/1990 B 1 P P L38 



1 1/10/1990 C 1 
1 1/31/1990 C 1 



N T33 
N T33 



2 1/04/1990 B 3 P N &40 
2 1/04/1990 B 2 P N 



H 2 1/18/1990 C 1 N K65 



cm 1 


1/16/1990 A 


3 P P T44 


CHH 


1 


1/17/1990 A 


1 P P L38 


cm 


1 


1/21/1990 A 


3 P P T44 


S 


2 


1/12/1990 A 


6 P N 659 


H 


2 


1/01/1990 A 


4 £ 


H 


O 


1/04/1990 A 


1 P N T33 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 A 


4 F 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/05/1990 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/06/1990 A 


4 E 


cm 2 


1/07/1990 A 


3 P P T44 


H 


2 


l/OS/1990 B 


1 N 1^36 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


4 E 


K 




1/13/1990 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/13/1990 A 


1 P N S69 


H 


2 


1/13/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 D 


1 P N 



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■nc PEOPLE fCRCIFULLY FREED 

SO MUCH FOR THE "WI^ff■" THING 

THE XVIII AIRBORf£'S HOMECOMING 

NEWS COVERAGE OF PANAMA LONG ON BUU, SHORT ON CONTENT 

PANAMA CAi*lL 

helms: 'I TfflJ) YOU SO' 

PARA-DIOXANE 

DUKE WANTS TO CfECK 8 MORE tCLLS 

PARADES 

DURHAM MARCH HONORS DR. KING/NO TROUBLE REPORTED 
DURHtfl HONORS DR. KING IN A BIG UAY 

PARKING SPACES, ON-STI^ET 

MAIN STREET MAY RETURN TO FREE PARKING 

PARKS, N.C. 

STATE PARKS STILL BEGGING 

PARKS, ORW<GE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, PARKS 

SEE ALSO OCCOJEECHEE MOUNTAIN PARK 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ORiWGE COIMY COMMUNITY CENTER (PROPCSED) 

OCCOICECHEE PLANS ACCEPTED 

SCWMLS TO LEASE LAND F(K CENTER 

OFFICIALS CAUTIOUS 

PARKS AND RECI^TION DEPT. 
SEE DURHAM RECREATION I£PT. 

FAROE 

SEE ALSO N.C. PMMLE COMMISSION 
PAROLE LAWS NEGLECT MANY CRIME VICTIMS 
DELEGATION'S tCLP SOUGHT ON PAROLE HEARINGS 

PART TIME JOBS 

PUBLIC FEARING PLAffiO ON WORKERS BILL OF RIGHTS 

PATERNITY TEST 

N.C. COMPANY U.S. LEADER IN PATERNITY TESTS 

PAUL GREEN FOUNDAHON INC. 

GREEN FOUNDATION DIRECTOR NAMED 
BAREFCKJT TO DIIECT mEEH FOJNDATION 

PAVILION ON FRAMCLIN 

REVIVED UESTCOJRT TO TARGET 'U«:ALE' MARKET—DEVELOPER 

PAYROl TAX 

SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 
SANFORD BACKS CUT IN PAYROLL TAX 

FtACE CHILD (FlAY) 

ALL nCY fS<£ SAYING IS GI^ PEACE A CHANCE 

PEACE CORPS 

DURHAM VOLUNTEER fCLPED DRIVE AID TO EL SALVADOR 

PEACH BOWL 

SEE COLLEGE BOILS 

PEKING DUCK CHINESE RESTAURANT 

LOTS OF GOOD FOOD, A REASWWBLE PRICE— AND NO CROUDS 

IT WOULD WORK BETTER AS A TAKE-OUT MEAL— WITH CUSTOMIZING 

PELL GRANTS 

PELL a^ANT RECIPIENTS LIKELY REDUCED BY BUSH'S PROPOSED BUDGET 



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P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 1/14/1990 D 2 P U H49 

H 2 1/14/1990 D 4 T T C50 

H 2 1/28/1990 F 2 P U H49 

CHH 1 1/28/1990 A 4 J 



H 2 1/01/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/20/1990 A 1 N E33 



S 2 1/15/1990 A 1 P N C61 
H 2 1/16/1990 A 1 P N C47 



S 2 1/31/1990 C 1 P N C61 
S 2 1/15/1990 A 5 U Oil 



CHH 1 1/12/1990 A 3 M N U57 
C* 1 1/24/1990 A 3 N D38 
CHH 1 1/24/1990 A 3 N D38 



S 2 1/02/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/03/1990 D 8 P N M51 



S 2 1/24/1990 A 1 N Dil 
H 2 1/23/1990 A 9 N 



CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 3 P N 
S 2 1/09/1990 B 1 P N 



CHH 2 1/05/1990 A 1 N M70 

H 2 1/30/1990 A 1 P N L40 

H 2 1/26/1990 D 3 P N Zll 

H 2 1/04/1990 C 1 P N N36 



H 2 1/12/1990 D 10 P R C09 
H 2 1/12/1990 D 10 P R 052 



H 2 1/30/1990 C 1 N N36 



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PEOPLE'S f«J.IANCE, DURHAM CHAPTER 

LOSER STRAWBRID6E OUTSFOff JENKINS BY $30,000 IN 1989 

PEOFIE'S PHARMACY 

THE 1990'S USHER IN A NEU AGE OF DRUG ADVANCES 

QUICK WEIGHT LOSS SCAMS STILL FWULAR 

DRUG COMPANIES MAY INFLUDCE DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS 

CLOT-BUSTING DRUGS CfLL FOR FAST ACTION 

F(KI€R PRESCRIPTION DRUGS BOUGHT OVER THE COJNTER 

PEOFIES SECURITY INSURANCE 

CITY POLICE fCADCAJARTER-S MIGHT MOVE 

HAMPTON: FtOPLES SECURITY BUILDING GOOD FOR POLICE 

MOf^ DOWfTCMJ RECYCLING 

PEFSI-COLA BOTTLIWS CO. 
HJRH(« HIGH AWARDS 

PERESTR-OIKA 

SEE ALSO SOVIET WJION, REFORM 

•PERESTROIKA' CM ALSO i€AN DANGER, SOVIET IftilGRANT SAYS 

PERFUfE 

BY ANY OT^€R NAtt, THEY'RE STILL PERFUMES 

PERSON COtKFY, N.C. 

DURHAM TAX AW«D ^CTS 194 tf'ART>ENTS 
RANKLIN, PERSON LOSE AID 

PERSON cownr, n.c, bond issues 

F'ERSON SCHOOL BONDS IftAU 'QUITE A FEU' NEW VOTERS 
ROXBORO AREA CHAMBER SUFPC«TS SCHOOL BONDS 

PERSON COUNTY KIARD OP EI«:ATI0N 

PERSON SCHOOL BONDS DRAU 'QUITE A FEU' NEW VOTERS 
ROXBORO AREA CHAMBER SUPPORTS SCHOOL BONDS 

PERSON COWTY BOARD OF EOJCATIO^, ELECTIONS 
FOUR CANHIHATES SEEK PERSON B0(^ SEATS 

PERSON COUNTY CHAMKR OF COWCRCE 

SEE R-OXBORO AREA CWtMEER CF C0f8€RCE 

PERSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

PERSON COMMISSIOfCRS AIOPT 'ADVERSE WEATHER FIDLICY' 

THR-EE PRIORITY ITEMS SUGGESTED FOR PERSON CtXJNTY THIS YEAR 

F'ERSON BOARD CONSIDERS ADOPTING ORDINANCE TO QUALIFY COUNTY FOR R.OOD, 

PERSON COUNTY COMMISSIOfCRS, ELECTIONS 

FOUR CANDIDATES SEEK PERSON BOARD SEATS 

PERSON COLWTY LIBRARY 

'LILTING' IRISH POETRY FILLS HALL AT UEYMOUTH WINTER i€ET 

PERSON COUNTY SCHOOL iDfiUS 

SEE PERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

PERSON COUNTY SCHOO-S, BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

PERSON SCHOOL BONIS DRAU 'QUITE A FEW' NEU VOTERS 
ROXBOR-0 AREA CHAMBER SUF-PCRTS SCHOa BONIS 

PERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT., ELECTIONS 

PERSON SHERIFF DISMISSES DEPUTY l*€ FILED TO RUN AGAINST HIM 

PERSONAL FRUF'ERTY TAX 
SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 
COUNH TAX LISTING LEADLINE NEARS 



H 2 1/27/1990 C 1 C N R63 



S 2 1/03/1990 B 4 U 

3 2 1/10/1990 A 11 U 

S 2 1/17/1990 D 5 U 

S 2 1/24/1990 B 4 U 

S 2 1/^1/1990 B 4 U 



H 2 1/05/1990 A 1 P N R63 
S 2 1/06/1990 A 1 N B53 
H 2 1/10/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/13/1990 A 10 P P M6A 

H 2 1/09/1990 B 1 P N K65 
CHH 1 1/14/1990 A 4 U 



3 2 1/11/1990 A 1 N E33 
S 2 1/11/1990 A 1 N 



H 1 1/19/1990 C 1 N H60 
H 2 1/25/1990 B 1 N H60 



H 1 1/19/1990 C 1 N H60 
H 2 1/25/1990 B 1 N H60 



H 1 1/24/1990 C 1 N H60 



H 1 1/03/1990 C 1 N 
H 1 1/04/1990 C 1 N H60 
. H 1 1/09/1990 B 1 N H60 



H 1 1/24/1990 C 1 N H60 
H 2 1/28/1990 F 3 P U H45 



H 1 1/19/1990 C 1 N H60 
H 2 1/25/1990 B 1 N H60 



H 1 1/20/1990 C 1 N H60 



H 2 1/18/1990 C 1 N S69 



PET LOSS SUF'PORT GRajP 



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SEE ALSO ORANGE COIWTY ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY AND SHELTER 
SEE ALSO SUF-PORT GROUPS 
A LOSS JJST T^£ SAiC 

PETS 

SEE ALSO DOG CONTROL (INaUDES CATS AND OTf£R ANIMALS) 
SEE ALSO DOGS 

FOR THIS FARM FAMILY, PET PIGS PROVIDE MORE THAN A PASTIME 

A LOSS JUST WE SAJC 

PHILLIPS MilOR HIGH SCHOOL (CfWPEL HILL, N.C.) 
SEE d-SQ CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SOWOLS 
OFFICIALS TO MULL HONORS CHANGES 
UNDERH?OUND NO MORE 

FTOTOGRAP^RS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHY 
PORTFOLIO OF 'ATTRACTIVE' SIDE OF LIFE 
PHOTOS PICTIKE LIFE OF BLACKS IN OLD MISSISSIPPI 



cm 1 1/08/1990 A 3 P N S17 



H 2 
CHH 1 



cm 1 
cm 1 



cm 1 

H 2 



PHOTOGRAPHY 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CE^fTER FOR DOOMNTARY PHOTOGRAFW (CHANGED TO... STUDIES) 
SEE ALSt) DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR W)CU^ENTARY STUDIES (FORICRLY ...FTOTOGRAPHY) 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGWtfHERS, N.C. 
STORIES OF OUR LIVES/NEW DIKE CENTER HEIR TO TRADITION S 



PIGS 

SEE ALSO VIETNAMESE POT-BELLIED PIGS 
FOR THIS FARM FAMILY, PET PIGS PROVIDE MORE THAN A PASTIME 
TVE PIGS ARE COMING! 

PIt€CONE (PIEDMONT COWCIL OF TRADITIONAL MUSIC) 
SEE ALSO FOLK MUSIC 
ARTS C01M:IL TEAMS \JP WITH PI^ECO^E IN SERIES 
PICKIN' AND PRIffflN'/ALICE GERRARD 

PINEHURST COimRY CLUB 

PINEHURST'S FAVORITE FOR '94 SENIOR OPEN 

PinSTON COAL CO. 

COAL ACCORD fWY SIGNAL RETURN OF ^RS. DOLE 

PIZZA HUT (ERWIN ROAD) 

TEEN ENTER'S GUILTY PLEA IN ROBBERY OF PIZZA mT 

PIZZA HUT (Gl£SS ROAD) 

MAN WHO WON JAIL SUIT LOSES REST OF MONEY 
POLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED IN PIZZA HUT SHOOTING 
SECOND MAN IS AFRESTED FOR SHOOTING AT PIZZA HUT 

PLANTERS NATIONAL BA^9< AND TRUST CO. (GENERAL HEADING) 

FIANTERS NATIONAL- B(M IN mjRHAM PROMOTES 2 FEMALE EMPLOYEES 
ALERT BmVER SAVES MOM'S PAYCHECK 

PLASTICS 

DON'T STRANGLE NEW BEVERA(£ LAW 

FIAYMAKERS REPERTORY CO. 
'LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST' 
SHAKESF'EARE— WITH A '60S TWIST 

FIAZA ASSIXIATES 

LIBRARY 6RCSJP FOR BUYING NEW BRANCH 

COUNTY MAY BUY BUILDING FC« A NEW BRANCH LIBRARY 

PaiCE BRUTALITY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. 
SEE ALSO DURHAM P-QLICE DEFT. 

BLACK MAN CUIMS DURHAM POLICE HARASSMENT; PROBE ON 

MAN ACCUSES POLICE OFFICERS OF BRUTALIH 



cm 1 
cm 1 



1/07/1990 A 
1/08/1990 A 



1/01/1990 A 
1/12/1990 A 



1/09/1990 A 
1/29/1990 B 



1/07/1990 A 
1/15/1990 B 



1/05/1990 D 
1/19/1990 D 



1/12/1990 B 
1/08/1990 B 
1/03/1990 D 



1/06/1990 B 
1/27/1990 C 
1/27/1990 B 



1/23/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 



1/18/1990 A 
1/30/1990 A 



1/05/1990 B 
1/09/1990 B 



1/05/1990 A 
1/06/1990 C 



1 P N N36 
3 P N S17 



1 P N C62 
1 P P L38 



3 P N 
1 P N N36 



2 1/23/1990 C 1 P N E33 



1 P N N36 
1 N N36 



7 P R M60 
6 P U S56 



1 P N C49 
1 P N 
8 N 



1 N S82 
1 N C47 
1 N B53 



9 P N 
1 N B53 



cm 1 1/09/1990 A 4 E 



5 P N 
3 P N 



1 P N H65 
1 P N H65 



1 N N36 

2 N 



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POLICE LOG 

SEE CRIMES, CHAPa HILL 

POLISH NATIONAL CHURCH 
SEE EPISCOPALIANS 

FaiTICAL CAffAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 
SEE rt-SO ELECTION LAWS 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN EXF'E^QJlTURES 
GROUP SPENT $57,652 ON FALL ELECTION 

POLITICAL CAWAIGN EXPENDITURES 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

LOSER' STRAUBRIICE OUTSPENT JENKINS BY $30,000 IN 1989 

JEM<INS SPENT LESS IN MAYOR'S CONTEST 

NEW FRIENDS OF IMWAM REF'ORTS CONTRIBUTIONS OF $57,652 TO 7 CANDIDATES 

FtLITICAL POLS 
SEE POLLS 

F-OLITICS, N.C. 

SEE fU.SO DEMOCRATIC P^TY, N.C. 

1990'S BRING CWWCE FOR PR'OBLEM-SaVIWS 

POLLS 

SEE ALSO SURVEYS 
FLIP-FLOPPING FROM POLL TO POa 

POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO ENVIR'ONMENTAL FTOTECTION AGENCY 
SEE ALSO NOISE PaLUTION 
EF'A CHIEF VIEWS F'REVENTION OF POLLUTION AS W3PE OF FUTURE 

FTOR 

SEE POVERTY 

POPLIFE (COLIWN) 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, MUSIC 
A STUDY OF THE TRIANGLEyWSIC LESSONS 
THE FUR STILL FLIES/F'SYCHEDaiC FURS IN RALEIGH 
HE'D RATHER BE KNOWN AS A SINGER NONF'AREIL/GARTH BROOKS 
THEY AREN'T SELF-SERIOUS OR 'PREACHY,' THEY INSIST/INDIGO GIRLS 
PICKIN' AND PRINTIN'/ALICE GERRARD 
EXIT MAJOSHA, ENTER POTS i PANS/BOUING OUT AT THE P4<EUERY 

POF'ULATION, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
CENSUS INTERVIEWS SCHEDULED JAN, 14-20 

POPU.ATION, N.C. 

CENSUS COMMITTEE HOPING RESIDENTS WILL BE COUNTED 

FBRK-BARREL F'ROJECTS 

SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, "PORK BAR'REL" PR-OJECTS 

POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORIO 

AFfEALS COURT ALLOWS RAPE TRAUMA EVIIOCE 

POTS i. PANS (BAND) 

EXIT MAJOSHA, ENTER FIDTS & PANS/BOWING OUT AT THE BREWERY 

F'OVER'TY 

SEE ALSO AT-RISK CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, POVERTY 

INSIGHT/ONE STEP' UP, TWO STEPS BACK 

DROP IN FOOD STAfiP USE PUZZLES EXF'ERTS 



2 1/30/1990 C 1 N 



H 2 1/27/1990 C 1 C N R63 
S 2 1/27/1990 B 1 P N 
H 2 1/30/1990 C 1 N S69 



S 2 1/08/1990 A 5 U Oil 



H 2 1/29/1990 A 4 E 



CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 3 P N M20 



1/05/1990 D 
1/12/1990 D 
1/19/1990 D 
1/19/1990 D 
1/19/1990 D 
1/26/1990 D 



H 2 1/03/1990 D 

CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 

S 2 1/12/1990 A 

H 2 1/26/1990 D 



H 2 1/21/1990 D 
H 2 1/29/1990 B 



4 P U H90 
4 P U H90 

4 P U H90 

5 P U H90 

6 P U S56 
4 P U H90 



8 N 
1 N C62 

1 N B53 
4 P U H90 



1 D F 
1 N 



POWER COMPANIES 



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

POWER PLANTS 

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

PRAISE THE LORD 

'PTL CLUB' SURVIVOR KHING OUT OF TOIW 

PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATICW 

SEE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 

PRECIOUS fCTALS ORDINANCE 

SEE DURHAM, N.C, ORDINANCES 

PREGNANCY, AM3LESCENT 

MARTIN PLANS PRENATAL-CARE MWST 

•RESULTS,' NOT REPORTS SOUGHT 

BUDGET PANEL BACKS 60VERNCK ON PLAN TO EXPAND ^EDICAID 

BAD PROBLEMS DESERVES BETTER IDEAS 

PREGNANT TEENS NEED ICLP, NOT PUNISHMENT 

COMMISSIOICRS SAY EWJCATIW, TEEN P-REGNANCY KEY 1990 ISSUES 

COMMISSIONERS LIST 1990-91 BUDGET OBJECTI<^S 

PREP SPORTS 

SEE PREP TEAMS, SPORTS (BOYS AND GIRLS) (GENERAL HEADING) 

PREP SPORTS, GIRLS' TEAMS 

SEE GIRLS' BASKETBALL (GENERAL HEADING) 

PREP TEAMS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNI€R INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
SEE ALSO BASKETB<41 
KNIGHTS DOl*l VANCE; GIBBONS DUtff'S CAVS 
JORDAN FALCONS STILL ONLY UNBEATEN TEAM 
FALCONS NIP ORANGE 

SOUTfCRN FALLS SHORT AGAIN; UNICORNS RALLY FOR OVERTIME WIN 
ORANGE SCORCHES THE NETS, BURN PERSON, 76-59 
JORDAN SF'READ EFFECTIVE, YET HORNETS WIN 
WARRIORS SLIP PAST NORTHERN 
CAPE FEAR RALLIES TO DEFEAT CRESSET 
TERRELL'S 46 POINTS GUN IKWN UNICORtlS, 77-67 
LAYOFF NO PROBLEMS FOR TIGERS; SOUTH GRANVILLE WINS FIRST 
NORTHERN HOLDS OFF ORANGE RALLY 
UNICORNS RIP SOUTVERN; DURHAM ROLLS 
LATE STEAL LIFTS VAfCE PAST ORANGE 

PREP TEAMS, BASKETBALL (GIRLS) (SEE ALSO t£ADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCTOOLS) 
JORDAN GIRLS EASE PAST PER-SON, 45-44 
NISHA WATSON LIFTS HILLSIDE GIRLS PAST JORDAN 
HAGE PACES CAVALIER GIRLS TO lOTH STRAIGHT 
DILLARD SPARKS JORDAN GIRLS 
PALMER PACES PERSON; MORROW LIFTS PANTWIS 

PREP TEAMS, SPORTS (BOYS AND GIRLS) (1»ERAL fCADING) 
DURHAM PREP TEAMS FARE WELL IN THE '80'S 

PRESCHOOL edii:ation 

SEE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 

PR-ESERVATION AND RESTORATION 

SEE RESTORATION AND PRESERVATION 

PRIMARY ELECTIONS, N.C. 

SEE W.SO ELECTIONS, DURHAM COUNTY, PRIMARIES 

SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C, RIM3FF 

RACE FOR CONGRESS, OTHER OFFICES TO BEGIN 

FILINGS/ASSOCIATE MINISTER RUNS FOR STATE rt"XiSE 

U.S. REP. PRICE CHALLDJGED BY MOORE 

PERSON StCRIFF DISMISSES DEPUTY WHO FILED TO RUN AGAINST HIM 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT APF'ROVAL AWAITED ON F'RIMARY CHANGE 



S 2 1/30/1990 A 4 E 



cm 

CHH 
H 

cm 

S 
H 
S 



H 2 

H 
H 



1/06/1990 
1/06/1990 
1/10/1990 
1/12/1990 
1/12/1990 
1/26/1990 
1/26/1990 



1/03/1990 D 
1/09/1990 B 
1/09/1990 B 
1/10/1990 D 
1/13/1990 D 
1/13/1990 D 
1/13/1990 D 
1/13/1990 B 
1/18/1990 B 
1/20/1990 D 
1/24/1990 D 
1/25/1990 C 
1/31/1990 D 



1/06/1990 B 
1/13/1990 D 
1/24/1990 D 
1/27/1990 D 
1/31/1990 D 



S 2 1/06/1990 B 



N S17 
N S17 
N L40 
E 
E 
N C47 



1 P N H65 



N 
N B40 

N 
N 

N B64 
N G55 
N 

N A76 
N U55 
N U55 
N U55 
N U55 
N 



U A76 



H 


2 


1/01/1990 A 




N L40 


H 




1/03/1990 C 




P N 369 


H 


2 


1/03/1990 C 




N L40 


H 


1 


1/20/1990 C 




N H60 


H 


2 


1/30/1990 C 




N 



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SUB 



CtKRECTItW 

PRI(W<Y READING PRCGRAM 
SEE READI^« 

PRIfC INTEREST RATE 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 
MAJOR BANKS CUT P-RI^E 
CCB LOSERS ITS PRIhE RATE TO 10 PERCENT 

F■RI^E LENDING RATES 

SEE PRIf€ INTEF£ST RATE 

FlilNCIPALS, M^i^ 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOa.S, PRIfCIPALS 

PRISON CONSTRUCTION 

UTO IS mim TO BE PUT BEHIND THOSE fCU PRISW BARS? 

F-RISOfCR ESCAPES, CtJRHAM 

SEE ALSO IXJRmil COUNTY JAIL, ESCAPES 
ESCAPEE f€TTS CMX3HT BY PO-ICE 
GRANVILLE F-RISQ^ER ESCAPES IN DIFHAM 
FtLICE LKS/F'RISONER ESCAPES IN MMTOUN 
ESCAFQ GRANVILLE PRISONER STILL KING SOJGHT 

PRISOfCRS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO PRISCWS, N.C, POPUJ^TION 
WHO IS GOIfffi TO BE PUT BEHIND THOSE mi F'RISON BW<S? 

F-RISONS, N.C, CONSTRUCTION 
SEE F-RISON CONSTRIJCTIWJ 

F'RISONS, N.C, CROWDING 

SEE PRISONS, N.C, OVERCRWDING 

PRISONS, N.C, OVERCROWDING 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, FIFtlj^TION 
PRISON FWULATION DROOPS IMER •SUF'ER'CAF'' LIMIT 
OFFICIALS hCPE FW i^YTHING TO SLOW P-RISON ADMISSIONS 
LCCK TICM UP AND PUT THEM tWERE? 

PRISONS, N.C, P(PULATION 
SEE M.SO PRISONERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, OVERCROWDING 

Whffl IS MING TO BE PUT BEHIND TTOSE f£U PRISON BARS? 

OFFICIALS WPE FO? fWYTHING TO SLOW PRISC^N AliMISSIONS 

N.C. PRISON FtfULATION AGAIN BaOU 'Sli^'ER-CAF" 

PRIVACY 

TE?flJR£ ANTI-a»f IDENTIALITY RULIfffi GETS MIXED REVIEWS IN DURHAM 
TEM^E R-ULING IS UR1M3 

FI^IVATE INIWSTRY COWCIL (NOW RESEARCH TRIANGLE F'RIVATE INDUSTRY COUNCIL) 
TRAINING OFFERS A ROAD OUT OF FWERH 

PRO-ARREST PXICY 

SEE ALSO BATTERED WOMEN 
SEE flSO KJMESTIC VIOLENCE 
DO^ESTIC VIOLENCE CASES ^«ULD HAVE 'PRO ARREST' F^ICY 

F-ROnUCERS 

SEE ALSO ENTERTAIf«€NT, DURJWI 
J}€ F-R-ODUCER 

PROPERTY DISaOSURE LAWS 

E^OWN, RIVER BOTH LANDLORDS (CORRECTED) 
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2 1/09/1990 A 1 C N 
2 1/10/1990 C 10 N 



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H 2 1/05/1990 C 1 N 

S 2 1/25/1990 B 1 P N K3 

H 2 1/26/1990 C 1 N NIA 

S 2 1/26/1990 C 1 P N E53 



H 2 1/21/1990 D 



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H 2 1/24/1990 B 4 N 
H 2 1/26/1990 C 4 N 
cm 1 1/29/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/21/1990 D 2 U L40 
H 2 1/26/1990 C 4 N 
H 2 1/27/1990 C 2 N 



H 2 1/14/1990 B 1 N N36 
H 2 1/20/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/17/1990 D 9 N C60 



H 2 1/02/1990 A 5 J 



H 2 l/U/1990 A 6 P N S56 



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SEE CARRBORO, N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 

PROPERTY TAXES, WJRHAH 

SEE ALSO PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX 
DURHAM PROPERTY TAX DEADLINE IS THIS FRIDAY 

PRCTERTY TAXES, HJRHAM COJNTY 
BEAT THE CLOCK 
COJNTY TAX LISTING DEAHINE NEARS 

PROPOSITION 48 AND 42 

SEE ALSO ATHLETES, ACAICMIC STANDARDS 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
NCAA ALTERS PROP 42, VOTES AGAINST REPEALING CONTROVERSIAL LEGISLATION 

FKUDENTIAL TRIANGLE REALTY (FORfCRLY MERRILL LYNCH REALH) _ _^ 

SEE ALSO MERRILL LYNCH REALH/MID-ATLANTIC INC. (CHANGED TO PRUDENTIAL TRI, REALTY) 
ffl^RILL LYNCH REALTY NOW P'RUDENTIAL TRIANGLE REALTY H 2 1/14/1990 F 



H 


2 


1/03/1990 C 


1 


N S69 


S 
H 


2 
2 


1/06/1990 C 
1/18/1990 C 


1 

1 


P N T32 
N S69 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


2 


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PSYCHEDELIC FURS (WJSIC GROUP) 

THE FUR STILL FLIES/PSYCHEDELIC FURS IN RALEIGH 
PSYCHEDELIC FURS STILL DRONING AFTER ALL THESE YEARS 

PUBLIC CAi^AIGN RM)S 

SEE POLITICO. CWtf'AIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

PUBLIC DEFENDERS, ORANGE COUNTY 

OSBORN TO QUIT PURIC DEFENDER'S ^B 
DEFENDER HELPS TURN ȣELS OF JUSTICE 

PUBLIC H0USIM3 

SEE DURHAM HOUSING AUTHORITY 
SEE FEU GARDENS HOJSING PROJECT 
SEE HOUSING, DURHi^ai 



2 1/12/1990 D 
2 1/16/1990 A 



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CHH 1 



PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO, 
SPRING VISIT TO BOULDER DISCUSSED 



N.C.) 



PUBLIC RECtraS 

SEE ALSO COURTS, DURHAM COUhfTY 
STATE UASTE AUTHORITY'S RESPONSE QUESTIONED 
WASTE GROUP'S IfTORMATION PROCEDURES DRAW CRITICISM 
SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER YOU? 

AUTHORITY OFFICIAL CRITICIZES INFORMATION PROCEDURES 
HACKNEY LETTER ANSWER OK, PRESS LAWYER SAYS 
PUBLIC DESERVES EQUAL TREATMENT 
UILUCIT ARGUES TAPING MAY 'CHILL' QUESTIONS 

PUBLIC SOfiOL FORUM OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, REFORM 
RURAL SCHOO. SAY FUNDING INSUFFICIENT 

PUBLIC SERVICE ADVERTISEMENTS 
SEE TELEVISION COMMERCIALS 

PUBLIC STAFF OF Tf£ N.C. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 
SEE CONSUMER PROTECTION 
SEE N.C. UTILITIES COMMISSION 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION 
SEE MASS TRANSIT 

GUEST PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE, PREVENTION 
DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION PROC^AM PRAISED 

QUILTS 

ARTWORKS FOR COLD NiaiTS ON DISFIAY 



1/18/1990 A 
1/19/1990 A 



CHH 1 1/24/1990 A 
S 2 1/16/1990 A 



1 D U 



4 P U H90 
6 P R H90 



1 P N M70 

4 E 



CHH 1 


1/24/1990 A 


3 P N M70 


cm 1 


1/16/1990 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/22/1990 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


1/22/1990 A 


4 E 


cm 1 


1/23/1990 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/23/1990 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


1/24/1990 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/30/1990 A 


1 P N M25 



H 2 1/24/1990 B 7 N 



3 N C62 
6 P F S27 



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QUI^frILES INC. OF ChWPEL HILL PLANS MOVE TO RESEARCH PARK' 

RJR NABISCO INC. 

SEE ALSO NEXT CENTURY SCHOOLS 

CITY-COWTY SCHOOLS BID FC« »30 MILLION GRANT 

RJ^-NABISCO DROPS PGA 

RSWP BENEFIT 

mems for sponsoring rsvw 

R. J, REYfOJS TOBACCO CO. 

RJR'S RIFFIN! CiyiL-RIGHTS STRUGO-E NOT OVER 

RJR SCRAPS TEST MARKETING OF CIGARETTE AIMED AT BLACKS 

A TARGET THAT FIRES BACK 

RABIES 

COMY LAW AIMS FOR STRONffiR RABIES CONTR-O. 

RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO DISCRIMINATION 

SEE f^-SO DUKE UNIV., MINORITIES ((SNERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, MHJORITIES (GENERAL HEAIUNG) 

R:ACIST GR'OUP SHOON'T KT RELIGIOUS TAX BREAK 

THE fEU BREEB OF WHITE RACISTS 

FURTfCR SLLLYIMB A tAD REFUTATION 

WHAT'S CH(W(0 SINCE KING DIED'' 

RACIST E£NT OF ICWSPAPER PROVOKES IRE 

VA. INAW5URAL SIGN CF SOUTJERN fCALING 

T^£ CRUaTY OF SILENT LIES 

A CHJESTION OF VALUES 

TOWARD THE TABLE OF BROTtERHOOD 

EIiWARDS HEARING DELAY DENIED 

OFFICERS TESTIFY EDUARBS ENTRAPPED 

EKJARIS FELL THROUGH CRACKS, Sf€RMAN SAYS 

FAVORITISM A PROBLEM, NOT RACISM, ZUNIGA SAYS 

160 AGRICULTIKE AGENTS WILL GET PART OF $800,000 SETTLEi^NT 

MAN SAYS POLICE RACIAUY MOTIVATED IN STOFfING HIM 

EI1UARI6 CASE NOTES MULLED 

POLICE STOP BASED ON SKIN COLff? DRAWS FraTEST 

RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS 

WOMAN DIES IN COLLISION WITH TRICK UlfH DURHAM-BOUNIi RADIOACTIVE LOAD 
GLAXO SETS WASTE INCIfCRATOR SESSION TODAY 

RADIOACTIVE WASTE 

SEE ALSO N.C. LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGE^ENT AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO N.C, WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD 
CHATHAM HAZARDOLtS WASTE SITE STILL IN THE RUNNING 
DISF-OSAL FACILITIES DIFFER FOR RADIOACTIVE, OTHER WASTES 
GOVERNOR RECEIVES FCTITION AGAINST WASTE STORAGE SITE 

RAIL PASSENGER TASK FORCE 

AMTR«< BACK ON TRACK TO D15*WM 

RAILROADS, wftmn 

AMTRAK PLANS PASSENGER SERVICE TO DURHAM 
GETTING RAILROADED OUT OF TOWN 
riURHAM TRAIN STOP fCEDS WRWEMENTS 

RAINBOW THE CLOW 
SEE CLOWNS 

RAINFALL, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO WEAT1€R, WJRHAM 
r^EARY DAY 

RAISING A^ERICA'S CHILDREN (TV SERIES) 
SERIES LOOKS AT RAISING U.S. YOUTH 



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H 2 1/14/1990 A 1 P N C47 
H 2 1/20/1990 A 1 P N 
H 2 1/29/1990 A 4 E 



3 2 1/13/1990 C 1 N H65 



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4 


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H 2 


1/07/1990 D 


4 


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H 2 


1/09/1990 A 


4 


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H 2 


1/14/1990 D 


5 


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cm 1 


1/15/1990 A 


3 


P N S17 


cm 1 


1/17/1990 A 


4 


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H 2 


1/18/1990 A 


4 


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cm 1 


1/20/1990 A 


3 P N 


CHH 1 


l/2'0/1990 A 


4 


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cm 1 


1/22/1990 A 


1 


N S17 


!m 1 


1/23/1990 A 


1 


P N S17 


cm 1 


1/24/1990 A 


1 


P N S17 


CHH 1 


1/24/1990 A 


1 


P N S17 


H 2 


1/25/1990 B 


( 


N 


U 2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 


N R63 


•:m 1 


1/26/1990 A 


3 


N S17 


S 2 


1/26/1990 C 


1 


N C61 


H 2 


1/14/1990 B 


n 


N 


H 2 


1/24/1990 D 


9 


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CHH 2 
H 2 


1/05/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 
1/12/'1990 B 


1 
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P N M25 
N M25 
N 


S 2 


1/23/1990 A 


1 


P N C61 


H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


1/24/1990 C 
1/26/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 


1 
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4 


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E 

E 



S 2 1/26/1990 C 1 P P S76 
cm 1 1/29/1990 A 3 P N D38 



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TVE PIGS ARE COMING! 

RALEIGH LITTLE THEATRE 

'RAPPAPORT': LAUGHING LOOK AT TfC MYTHOLOGY OF AGING 
RLT'S 'I'M NOT RAPPAPORT' IS UITTY AND M0VIW3 PRODUCTION 

RALEIGH NEWS AND OBSERVER (NEUSF'tftR) 
SEE NEWS AND OBSERVER 

RALEI6H/DURHW1 AIRPORT, ACCIDENTS 

SEE ACCIDENTS, AIRPLAJCS, WJRHAM (INaUDES RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT) 

RALEIGH/BUWAM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 
FOG SLOWS TRAVa IN TRIANOE 
JET LANDS, DRAGGING ITS TRAIL 
OUT OF THE FOG... 

SKY CHEFS STAGES FOOD SERVICE 'BW.LET' AT BIG RDU FLIGHT KITCHEN 
RIiU HAS BUSY YE/« IN SPITE OF SLOW DECEMBER 
PLANE MAKES BELLY LANDING AT RDU 
AIRFtlRT SHOLD BE SOLD TO PRIVATE INTERESTS— STUDY REPORTS 

RALEIGH/DURHAM INTERNATIC»(AL AIRPtffiT, AIR TRAFFIC CONTRa TOWER 
DISAPPEARING TOWER OF RDU 

RALEIGH/DURHAM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, FEES 

RDU FEE PLAN UPSETS HOTELS, CAR RENT(«. AGENCIES 

RALEIGH/DURHAM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, NOISE ABATEMENT 
SEE ALSO NOISE POLLUTION 
AIRF'ORT AUTTORITY SETS PUH.IC HEWING ON NOISE RULE FIAN 
FLIGHT FROM NOISE 
RDU HAS BUSY YEAR IN SF'ITE OF SLOW DECEMBER 

RALEIGH/BURHAM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, PARKING LOTS 
RDU FEE FIAN UFSETS HOTELS, CAR RENTW. AGENCIES 

RALEIGH/DURHAM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, PASSENGERS 
RDU mS BUSY YE/W IN SPITE OF SLOW ffiCEMBER 

Rjy.EI6H/DURHAM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, SHUTTLE SERVICE 
RDU FEE PUW LPSETS HOTELS, CAR RENTAL AGENCIES 

RALEIGH/DURHAM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORIH 

RDU FEE PLAN UPSETS HOTELS, CAR RENTAL AGENCIES 

AIRPORT AUTHORITY SETS PUBLIC ^CARING ON NOISE RULE PLAN 

FLIGHT mm NOISE 

RDU Wis BUSY YEAR IN SPITE OF SLOW DECEMBER 

RAPE, CARRBORO 

SUSPECT IN LOCAL RM>ES CHARGED 
SUSPECT SERVED TIME FOR '73 RAPE 

RAPE, DUKE UNIV. 

SEE DUKE UNIV., RAPE 

RAPE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., RAPE 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSALLTS 

MAN CHAR'GED WITH HOLDING, ASSAULTING WOMAN FOR 2 DAYS 

FtllCE LOG/MAN CHARGED IN 3 ROBBERIES 

ASSAULT CHARGE SPLITS COUNCIL ON TAXI PERMIT 

DECISION IS REVERSED ON TAXI-PERMIT DENIAL 

ODD RULES, MISCHIEF BRIhJG JUSTICE 

POLICE LOG/CR'OWN MANAGER CHARGED AFTER ROBBERY REPORT 

RAPE, N.C. 

AFf EALS COURT ALLOWS RAPE TRAUMA EVIDENCE 

RAPE TRAUMA SYNDROfE 

APPEALS COURT ALLOWS RAPE TRAUMA EVIDENCE 



H 2 1/15/1990 B 1 N N3A 



H 2 1/16/1990 A 6 R W66 
S 2 1/16/1990 B 3 R 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/09/1990 A 
1/10/1990 C 
1/10/1990 C 
1/21/1990 D 
1/24/1990 C 
1/25/1990 A 
1/'31/1990 C 



11 N E33 
3 P P 
3 P P T37 
6 P N K65 
1 N K65 
1 P N 
1 N K65 



1/10/1990 C 1 P P T37 
1/10/1990 C 1 N K65 



1/10/1990 C 
1/21/1990 A 
1/24/1990 C 



1/10/1990 C 



1/24/1990 C 



2 1/10/1990 C 



1/10/1990 C 
1/10/1990 C 
1/21/1990 A 
1/24/1990 C 



1/19/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 



1 N K65 
1 M N S69 
1 N K65 



1 N K65 
1 N K65 
1 N K65 



1 N K65 

1 N K65 

1 M N S69 

1 N K65 



1 N M70 
3 N M70 



s 


2 


1/08/1990 C 


1 N E53 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 P N C61 


S 


2 


1/18/1990 C 


1 P N C61 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 D 


5 U A20 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 N M51 



S 2 1/12/1990 A 1 N B53 



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RAF'ID TAX REFUNDS 

SEE ALSO INCOME TAX REFUNDS 
N.C. REWMP OF RAPID TAX REFIM)S URGED 
IRS RETURNS GO ELECTRONIC 

READING 

SEE ALSO laiTERACY 
SONORITY KICKS OFF CAMPAIGN TO REGISTER READING VOLUNTEERS 

REAL ESTATE 

SEE ALSO SALE BY OWCR 
CLARIFICATION 

REAL ESTATE FIRMS 

SEE ALSO UJRHAM BOARD OF REALTORS 
EX-MAYOR BUYS REAL ESTATE DIVISION 

REAL ESTATE FORECLOafl^ 

FCKECLOSURE FORCES LANDfttRK im SALE 

REASON FOUNDATION 

AIRF-ORT SHOJLD BE SCLD TO PRIVATE INTERESTS— STUDY REPORTS 

RECALL 

SEE AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAf€S OF SFtCIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO HWJUFACTURERS) 
SEE REFERENDA 

RECORDS 

COVERED/ALBUMS BRING WRE EXFOSWi£ TO TRIANGLE BANDS 
ALBUMS WITH AN IVP(€1 

RECORDS AND FIRSTS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, STATISTICS 
ERRANT ^T STREAM IS BLAMED FOR COLD AND ICT DECEMBER 

RECREATION, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM RECREATION DEPT. 
A REC 'UISH LIST' FOR THE 1990'S 

R-ECRUITING 

SEE SPORTS, RECRUITIW3 

RECYaiNG 

CHRISTMAS TREE CEMETERY? 

STATE TAKES SMALL BUT SIGNIFICANT STEP 

DUKE chapel: a DIVIfC ALTERNATIVE TO LANDFILL? 

THE PROFITS OF RECYCLING 

RECYCLING, HJS SERVICE MAY SEE EXPANSION 

RED CLAY RAMBLERS (MUSIC GROUP') 

SINGER/SONGWRITER IS AIMING FOR THE TOP 

REFERDJDA 

SEE ALSt) DURHAM, N.C, BOND R-EFERBIDUMS 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. 
N.C. VOTERS SHOULD DECIDE FATE OF LOHERY 

REGION J COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 

SEE TRIANGLE J COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 

REGION K COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 

FIVE COUNTIES MAY BUILD REGIONAL LANDFILL 

REGIONAL COUNCILS OF GOVERNMENT 

SEE REGION K COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 
SEE TRIANGLE J COUNCIL OF GOVERNfOTS 



H 2 1/21/1990 A 1 N L40 
H 2 1/27/1990 C 1 N 369 



CHH 1 1/29/1990 A 1 P N C62 

CHH 1 1/04/1990 A 8 N 

S 2 1/02/1990 A 1 N E33 

S 2 1/09/1990 A 14 N 

H 2 1/31/1990 C 1 N K65 



H 2 1/I2y'1990 D 1 P P L38 
H 2 1/12/1990 D 3 P F H90 



H 2 1/03/1990 C 3 P P KZO 



S 2 1/02/1990 B 6 U A76 



CHH 2 1/05/1990 A 2 P P L38 

CHH 1 1/06/1990 A 4 E 

CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 4 U 

CHH 1 1/16/1990 A 4 E 

CHH 1 1/31/1990 A 3 N M70 



H 2 1/05/1990 D 6 P R B71 



S 2 1/18/1990 A 4 E 



H 1 1/30/1990 C 1 N T33 



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SEE ALSO MASS TRANSIT 
iCW TRANSIT PANEL SWEARS iCMBERS 

ISSUE OF TRANSPORTATION TAX MAY BE RESURRECTED IN SPRING 
AN AUTHORITY Ulimn CLOUT 

REHABILITATION TVEM'f 

PATIENTS mi ILL TO 'REHAB' NUR-SE 

RELIGION (SEE ALSO NA^ES OF CHU«>£S> 
SEE ALSO ISUW (GEfERAL l€ADING) 
SEE ALSO MUaiMS 

SEE ALSO SCHOa.S, N.C, RELIGION 
SEE ALSO SEPARATION (F CHURCH AND STATE 
MCMAMJS COUm DEBUTS fOT WEEK 

REMEDIAL EDUCATION 
SEE READING 

RENEW PROGRAM 

SEE N.C. WILDLIFE RESOURCES COhSIISSION 

REPUBLICAN PARTY, DURHAM COUNTY 
REMARKS RILE REPUBLICANS 
CLEMENT AHACK OF HELMS IRKS GOP LEADERS 
FREEDOM OF SPEECH HAS NO PARTY LINE 
m> FIGHT IS NONSENSE 
EDITORIAL AnACKIl« GOP: CONaUSIONS WITHOUT FACTS 

RESCUES 

TODDLER SAVED FROM BLAZE 

FIREFIGHTER WW) SAVED KITTENS SHOWERED WITH HU^WN PRAISE 

AGENCY HONORS GRAtWILLE MAN FOR RESCUE EFFORT 

2 WHO PULLED GIRL FROM FIRE HONORED 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE FOUNDATION 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE FfflJNDATION l^S STEP DOWN; NOW PART-TIME CONSULTANTS 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE 

U.S. WAR ON DRUGS DRAWS FROM RTI'S SURVEY, RESEARCH 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 

SEE ALSO INTERNATIONAL BUSI!€SS MACHINES CORP., RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 
QUINTILES INC. OF CHAPEL HILL PLANS HOVE TO RESEARCH PARK 
M0Un«3 OFFICES IfflULD BE GOOD UNC DECISION 
'IHim TANK' DIRECTOR NAMED HARVARD FELLOW 
GROU^(DBREAKING 

MICRIDELECTRONICS CENTER GETS TOP BILLING FROM REVIEW PANEL 
SCIENTIFIC AR-ENA TO GET MORE BLACKS 
INCREASING RATE OF RTP NEICOMERS CHOOSING DURHAM HOMES 
GLAXO SETS WASTE INCINERATOR SESSION TODAY 
C£'S DURHAM A^^«JNCE}€NT PART OF $187 miLim PLAN 
LONGTIME RTP TENANT FIANS MOVE 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

THREE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS CREATE DEVELOPI€NT hJEAR LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL 

RESEARCH TRIfWGLE PARK OUTREACH PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, IMAGE 
SEE ALSO [tURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
INCREASING RATE OF RTP NEWCOf€RS CHOOSING DURHAM HOMES 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE SIERRA CLUB 

GROUP URGES LIGHT RAIL SYSTEM 

RESERVOIRS 

SEE ALSO LAKE MICHIE 

SEE ALSO LITTLE RIVER RESERVOIR 

SEVEN MILE RESERVOIR SITE DEBATE BREWS 

HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR LEERY OF COJNTY PROPOSAL 



S 2 1/22/1990 C 
H 2 1/23/1990 B 
H 2 1/25/1990 A 



H 2 
CHH 1 



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1/19/1990 
1/20/1990 
1/20/1990 
1/23/1990 
1/29/1990 



CHH 1 1/04/1990 A 

H 2 1/14/1990 A 

H 1 1/17/1990 C 

CHH 1 1/30/1990 A 



H 2 1/04/1990 C 



H 2 1/14/1990 B 



1/12/1990 C 
1/16/1990 A 
1/17/1990 D 
1/17/1990 D 
1/19/1990 C 
1/19/1990 C 
1/21/1990 B 
1/24/1990 D 
1/25/1990 A 
1/30/1990 C 



1/21/1990 B 
1/08/1990 A 



1/14/1990 A 
1/14/1990 A 



1 N C61 
1 N K65 
4 E 



S 2 1/01/1990 C 1 N 



H 2 1/20/1990 A 5 P J A20 



1 N C61 
1 P N 369 
4 E 
4 E 
4 L 



1 P N M70 

1 P N M51 

1 P N T33 

1 P N M70 



3 N K65 
1 N K65 



N K65 
E 

N K65 
P L38 
N K65 
N K65 
N C60 
N 

N K65 
N K65 



H 2 1/11/1990 C 1 P N K65 



1 N C60 
1 N S17 



1 P N H20 
5 N M20 



RESIICNCE INN 



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TH^ CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS CREATE reytLCf-fCNT NEAR LOWE'S (StOVt SCHCSX H 2 



REST AREAS 

STATE WANTS WATER, SEICR LIȣS TO 1-85 REST ST(?S 



H 1 



RESTAURANTS, HJRWiM 

SEE ALSO LITTLE CAESAR'S PIZZA 

SEE ALSO WORD CF HOUTH TRIAf«3LE RESTAU^AVT ANIi MAR-KET aJIffi FCK 1990 (BOOO 
FISHMONGER'S EXP<VffiIi^, AUDING 34-FOOT OYSTER BAR S 

TRIAMS^ DINIfffi, BY THE KKK H 



RESTORATION AND PRESERVATION 

CAROLINA T^£ATR£ PLANS WILL BE SCALED BACK 

AS TI(€ .lARC^ES CN 

L&NG LIFE NOT FC5<Tl^ OF EARLIER COURTHOUSES 

FtKK" mf£L CUTS HIT CHATHAM COl^'THXJSE PR-O^CT HARD 

RETARIO CITIZENS, Dl^Wtfl COMY ASSOCIATCS^ FH^ 

SEE rBi<HAH COJNTY ASStKIATIOJ FCK R£T(«IO CITIZENS 

RETIRED PERSON 

SEE SENIOR CITIZENS 

REVIEWS, ART 

Jam HOLZER'S «SSAGES PUT U.S. ART IN A BAD LIGHT 

m^nm, cfims still battling 

WCRIS ON WALLS .IJST A PASSIM3 FLASH 
CARTKJNS LAffCON tCLttS' STAND ON ART 

REVIEWS, KBKS 

TIMBERLi^ va.U!€ SHOWS 'TfC WAY THINGS USQi TO BE' 
CCHF'LEX Fi:RTRAY(t OF FAMILY yiCLENCE 
POET DRAWS LPON EXPERIENCE TO USE REALISM, ABSTRACTION 
AWARD Uimim TAR ^£EL Nr?.€LIST KlUS COURSE WITH NEiJ VOLl^ 

REVIEWS, FIU« 

IT'S AN EXCELLENT FILM— TO SEE IN PURGATORY/ 'tE' RE NO iWGELS' 

SPIELBERG 'SCH.CCK' CRASfCS AND BLIRNS/' ALWAYS' 

Tf;:IO'S FIRE FOR'ffiS A .VCT-TO-BE-MIStO FILM/'BCSiN m TrE Fa.«:TH OF J.V(> 

A TIfCLY FtlRTRi^YAL OF HIGH TIMES AND LOWLIFES/'DkLGSTCRE COJBQY' 

A TREASUS of a film, a lock into OUR PAST/'DRIUIhJG MISS DAISY' 

TKl MANY OF T>£ KST ARE iCVER SiVMi >£R£/TOP 10 FILMS OF '89 

ENTERTAINIf* HISTORY/ 'S-ORY' 

REVIEWS, hWSIC 

SEE ALSO POFtlFE (CaLS^) 
HERWJiING Tf£... T(P 10 IN JAZZ 
A STUDY CF Tf£ TRIANO-E/WSIC LESS^M 
SINGER/SONS^ITER IS AIMING FOR THE TOP' 
ARTS C01M:IL TEAMS LP WITH PIf€CONE IN SERIES 
JOHN FA^tY/JOSH l«ITE JR. -ONE ACT HITS, T>£ OTICR MISSES 
FSYCfflJELIC fVtS STILL [ftONING PfJU( Aa Tt€SE YEARS 
GETTES SISTER-S FWNDLE CHAMBER tORKS WITH fltSICALITY, POISE 
CHCFIN IS GR/WD IN UAHS* HWffi 
CREAM OF TV£ CROP IN GR:OWN-lP MUSIC 

COIfl^'ELLING, STYLISH ANWE WATTS FIAYS 'MLSIC (F TFE AMB-S' 
T>£ SIffflE MAN/TIf€ CHANGES CHARLIE DANIELS 
TOCfO STRING QU<^'TET LIVES UP TO BILLIhW 
A JAZZ STAR OF TDMORRCW FIAYS YESTERYEAR'S BEBOP 
AUDIENCE (m MUSICIANS ENXY ARS NOVA STYLE 
CWff'BELL, AS LEAICR, A THINKER'S PlWffl MAN 

REVIEWS, RESTAURANTS 

TRY IT WILE IT'S STILL AUTHENTICALLY INDIAN 

LOTS OF GOOD FCOD, A REASCWAELE PRICE— AND NO CROWIS 

IT WOULD W)RK BETTER AS A TAKE-OUT MLAL— WITH CUSTOMIZIN-G 

SCifCCNE IN THE KITCHEN WITH DINER' KNOW-HOW/ 'PAUNCH' AT THE WABASH 

UJ€N ALL T}£ DINIf« R'COM'S A STAGE/ 'JUDY' AT TRIA^J6L£ DL'M]? THEATRE 



H 2 

OV 1 

CHH 1 

cm 1 



1/11/1990 C 1 P N K65 
1/04/1990 C 1 N T33 



1/06/1990 C 
1/16/1990 A 



1 P N E33 
6 P N S56 



1/05/1990 A 1 P N R63 

1/23/1990 A 1 P N M25 

1/28/1990 A 1 N M25 

1/28/1990 A 1 N M25 



H 


2 


1/07/1990 E 


7 P U G68 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 E 


S P R G6S 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 E 


8 P R G68 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 E 


3 P R G68 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 D 


3 P U H45 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 D 


3 P R 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 D 


3 R 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 F 


3 R 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 D 


15 P R S66 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 D 


15 P R S92 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 D 


15 P R S66 


H 


2 


1/1'?/1990 D 


15 P R SA4 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 D 


16 P R S92 


H 


ii. 


1/26/1990 D 


15 P R 366 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 D 


16 P R S92 


H 


2 


1/02/1990 A 


6 P R S66 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 D 


4 p y H90 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 D 


6 P R B71 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 D 


7 P R M60 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


6 R H90 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


6 P R H90 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


7 R DIO 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 A 


6 P R L59 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 A 


6 R '566 


S 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


12 R C58 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 E 


1 P R h'90 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 A 


6 P R L59 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 A 


6 P R £66 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 E 


7 P R DIO 


H 


2 


1/30/1990 A 


6 R 366 


H 




1/05/1990 D 


10 P R 052 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 D 


10 P R C09 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 D 


10 P R 052 


H 


9 


1/19/1990 D 


10 P R C09 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 D 


10 P ft 052 



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SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., T}£ATER (IICLUDES PLAYS AND SITES) 
'RAF'PAPQRT': LAUGHING LOOK AT THE MYTHOLOGY OF AGING 
RIT'S 'I'M NOT RAFfAPORT' IS UIHY AND MOVING PR'OEiUCTION 
'BETWEEN DAYLIGHT AND BOOWILLE' IS POWERFUL, HARROWING 
WAITING FOR DAYLIGHT, OR SDMETHING 
'DANGEROUS BUFFOO^£RY' IS TOO SELF-INDULGENT 
SACRED AND PROFANE A FUNNY MIX m STAGE 

REVIEWS, VIDEOS 

AN OPERA TAPED IN ITALY/ 'I LOMBARDI' 

THAT LADY OF SPAIN/ALMODOVAR'S 'WOMEN' 

FUJI'S MIXED MESSAGE IS A STATEMENT IN ITSELF/'DO THE RIGHT THING' 

FILM GIVES A GLIMPSE OF URBAN SOVIET LIFE/'FORGETTEN MaODY FOR A FLUTE' 

RICHARD E. IWITTED rt*WN SERVICES CENTER 

COUNH WORKERS SET FOR MOVI^ffi, HARTl^LL SAYS 

RIGHT-TO-READ PROGRAM 
SEE READING 

RILEY PAINT CO. 

FIRM LEAVES DOWNTOWN FOR CHAPa HILL BLVD. SITE 



RIOTS 



BRAWL MAY END EAGLES-AGGIES' 
Tl€ GAIC THAT TUR>0 Ua.Y 



60-YEAR-OLD SERIES 



RIVERSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 

DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS WILL SEEK RIVERSIDE >BLP 

ROAD-PAVING COtfl^ANIES (SEE NAhE OF SPECIFIC CO.) 
SEE HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION 

ROAD SIGNS 

SEE BILLBOARDS 

SEE SIGNS AND SYMBOLS 

ROADS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, ROADS 

ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ARMED ROBBERY, DlffHAM 

SEE ALSO BREAKING AND ENTERING (CRIME) 
POLICE LOG/GALLERY IN BRIa^TLEAF IS ROBBED 
FtLICE LOG/THIEVES ROB BROWNSTOfES INN SUNDAY NIGHT 
F-OLICE LOG/MAN ARRESTED FCF ASSAULTING TWEE OFICERS 
TEEN ENTERS (SJILTY PLEA IN ROBBERY OF PIZZA HUT 
POLICE LOG/aMfAN TAKES *400 FROM MAN WAUING HIS DOG 
HELMS SENTENCED FOR ROBBERY, ASSAULT 
POLICE LOG/WOMAN STRUCK, KILLED BY AUTO 
F-CLICE LOG/CONVENIENCE STORE BR'EAK-IN SUSF'ECT HELD 
POLICE LOG/CHASE ENDS WITH ASSAULT, DWI CHARGES 
MAN StXJGHT IN LIBRARY KNIFING NOW ALSO WANTED FOR ROBBERY 
POLICE HUNT 3 ROBBERS 

PORTER DRAWS THREE-YEAR SENTENCE FOR SERVICE-STATION ROBBERY 
MAN HELD IN HOCUTT RD. ROBBERY 

POLICE LOG/PinSBORO nm CHARGED IN ROBBERY AT HOME IN DURHAM 
POLICE LOG/3 INJJRO IN TRtJCK, CAR COLLISION 
TOOTHBRUSH IN HAND, POOLE PR-EF'ARES FOR PRISON 
F-OLICE LOG/CROWN MANAGER CHARGED AFTER ROBBEKY REF'ORT 
POLICE LOG/RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES ROBBED 

ROBBERY ATTEMPTS, DURHAM 

POLICE LOG/THIEVES ROB BROWNSTONES INN SUNDAY NIGHT 

ROCK CREEK APARTMENTS 

ROCK CREEK APTS. SOLD FOR MORE THAN $7 MILLION 

ROCKY HILL SUBDIVISION 

JUNK 'STILL' SITUATED ON ROCKY HILL 



1/16/1990 A 
1/16/1990 B 
1/17/1990 B 
1/18/1990 A 
1/18/1990 B 
1/30/1990 A 



1/05/1990 D 
1/12/1990 D 
1/19/1990 D 
1/26/1990 D 



6 
3 
4 
6 
11 
6 



R W66 
R 

R B77 
R U66 
R BT? 
R L59 



19 R L59 
19 P R L59 
19 P R L59 
19 R L59 



cm 1 1/28/1990 A 1 P N (120 



S 2 1/06/1990 C 1 N E33 



H 2 1/20/1990 D 
H 2 1/23/1990 A 



1 P N B64 
4 E 



S 2 1/03/1990 A 1 N Yll 



H 


2 


1/01/1990 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/02/1990 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/03/1990 C 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


1/03/1990 D 


8 N 


H 


2 


1/04/1990 C 


1 N M51 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 B 


8 N 


H 


2 


1/05/1990 C 


1 N S69 


H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 B 


1 N M51 


S 


2 


1/13/1990 C 


1 N ^53 


S 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 D 


9 N 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 C 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


1 N M51 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 D 


9 N S82 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 B 


1 N M51 


H 


2 


l/'30/1990 C 


1 N mi 


H 


2 


1/02/1990 B 


1 P N 


CHH 2 


1/05/1990 A 


2 N M25 


cm 1 


1/06/1990 A 


1 P N M70 



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[FFICIAL SJ^PORTS ROCKY HILL PLANS 

'I'M &i WE BOAT, PULL UP THE GANG PLA/«' 

RXKY HILL fWSTER PLAN GETS APPROVE 



RODEO 

RODEO TRAIL HEADS INTO GREENSKM CO-ISEIH 

Ra VS. WADE 

SEE («.S0 ABORTION 
F'RO-CWICE CELEBRATION SET WMWY 
1,000 ANTI-ABC«TION FfflTESTERS fV^-LY AT STATE C(i'UCL 

Roi CAa (caww) 

SEE N.C, LEGISLATSS, U.S. C0M3?ESS 

Rffii^IA 

T^£ IiAWN Cf A ^€U WORLB 

A REVOLUTION f\£UEI) BY HATRED 

ROfWJIA HCLUS FOND l€>^IES FOR UNO STUDENT 

THE FEOflE fERCIFlXLY FREED 

FUNIfRBll*;: I TRIED TO WARN WASHINGTON ABOUT CEAUSESCU 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -f13 L P BYL 



cm 1 1/06/1990 A 
CFH 2 1/07/1990 A 
CFW 1 1/10/1990 A 



H 2 

H 2 

cm 1 

H 2 
H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 1 



mifUl MCDOhWLD WMJSE (CHftfEL HILL, N.C.) 
iCDGmii ^«5USE Ftfim FlMt-RAISER 

RONALD MCDONfUH HOBE (DW^HW, N.C.) 
DUKEHM; UOfEN IN BEhCFIT 
Wi<E, l^ WMN HIT COJRT FOR QV^IV< 

RO)(ECRQ AREA CAMPER OF KS^CRCE 

ROXB(MI AREA CHAMBER SUF'PCftTS SOOCL HMS 

RtlXBORO CHAMBER OF OHCRCE KOS BANQUET, INSTf^S CFFICERS 

ROXBORO DWIEER OF COf^ERCE 

SEE ROXBDRC («EA CmHBER OF COJtERCE 

ROXBORO/PERSCW HIGH SCWXX. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (GIRLS) 

FERSQN CENTER P/yj€R ONE HI»+-.Wffir« ROCKETTE H 2 

ROY R'OGERS RESTAURANTS 

HARI€E'S EWYS ROY ROSRS CHAIN H 2 

THE RUfJ (6.2 MILE DASH FROM fWRTHGATE M^^IL) 
SEE LONG-DISTANCE RUNNIfffi 

RUNNING 

SEE LOWj-DISTMCE RISING 

RIMMING & FIT NESS (CHAPEL HILL hCRALD COLUW) 

A BETTER LIFL'liHAT ARE YOU DOING TO GET INTO BETTER CONDITION AhJD HEALTH CHH 1 

FtR-SISTENCE AND PATIENCE UNLOCK FIT^SS SUCCESS Cm 1 

BFEAKING BAD WlBITS IS FIRST STEP' TOWARD A MORE FTOITIVE LIFE Cm 1 

ELEVATED HEART RATE A KEY FACTOR IN GETTING MAXIMUM EXERtlSE BENEFIT Cm 1 

RWVl BUFFER 

SEE OR/^JK COKTY, N.C, BIFFER 

SEE ORANGE COJNTY PLAt*IIN6 BOARD 

SEE ORANGE COJNTY RlSViL CWiRACTER CO^ITTEE 

RUSSIA 

SEE SOVIET UNION 

SAFE R'OADS ACT 

SEE DRtMEN DRIVING 

SAFETY ACHIEVtfENT AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
LABOR I£F■A{<T^ENT FIjWS SAFETY AWARDS 



1/21/1990 B 
1/22/1990 B 



1/02/1990 A 
1/03/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 
1/14/1990 D 
1/22/1990 A 



1/18/1990 B 
1/19/1990 B 



1/25/1990 B 
1/27/1990 C 



1/04/1990 B 
1/31/1990 B 



1/06/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 
1/27/1990 A 



1 N K70 
4 E 
3 M N M70 



H 2 1/12/1990 D 9 P N 



7 N U60 
1 N 



4 E 

4 E 
3 P N D38 
2 P U H49 
1 P N 



cm 1 1/29/1990 A 3 N 



3 P N A76 
3 N F95 



1 N H60 

1 N H60 



3 P N B40 

4 N 



P U 

U 

P u 
u 



H 2 1/21/1990 B 7 N 



SAFETY BELTS 



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SEE SEAT BaTS 

ST. PAUL FIRE AND (WINE INSURANCE COMPANY 
DUKE RU.ING IfHELD 

ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL Ctt^lCH 

PATH TO PRIESTrtMD PROVES CIRCUITIXJS 

ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUP KITCHEN 

SEE ALSO COMINITY KITCfCN <CHAPa HILL/CARRBORO) 
COifllUNITY KITCHEN HEEDS f€LP 

ST. STEPHEN'S CHAMBER t»?CHESTRA 

GETTES SISTERS HANDLE CHAMBER WKKS WITH fftJSICALITY, POISE 

SALE BY OIMR 

SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE 
GUIDE TO mj> OWCRS SELL THEIR OWN WB«S 

SALVATION ARMY, DURrtW 
ARMY AaiES 

SAN JORGE, NICARAGUA 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C. , SISTER CITIES 
SEE ALSO NICARAGUA 

RESIDENTS PLAN SISTER CITY VISIT 

GROUP TO HAVE ACCESS TO SAN J«GE PRECINCTS 

SARAH POCKET TEA ROOI (HILLSBtMJUGH, N.C.) 

SATELLITE BOYFRIEND (BAND) 
ALBUMS UITH AN IhPACT 

SAVINGS ACC01MS 

BUSH'S SAVINGS PLAN m ECONOMIC BOOM 

DURHAM ACALEMY SECOND-GRAffiRS LEARNING ABOUT MONEY FROM FIRST 

TRIANGLE EXPERTS: DON'T BANK ON BUSH PLANS TO BOOST SAVINGS 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 

SEE ALSO MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
CHARLOTTE SiL'S REQUEST FOR BAhK STATUS COIU BECOME LANDMARK 

SAVI^J6S AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, N.C. 

MORTGAGE RATES EXPECTED TO CONTINUE DROPPING THIS YEAR 
CHARLOTTE S&L'S REQl£ST FOR BAffl< STATUS COULD BECOME LANDMARK 

SAVINGS BONDS 

SEE U.S. SAVINGS BONDS 

SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCmLARSHIPS) 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, SCHOLARSHIPS 

GmSP ffiJ'S SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

SCHOLARSHIP SUPF'ORT 

SCHOOL-BUSINESS CLEARINGHOUSE 

SEE BUSINESSES, DURHAM, SCHtML SUPPORT 

SCHOOLS, OJRmM CITY 

SEE DURHAM CITY SOCOLS 

SCHOOLS, DURHAM COUNH 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOaS 

SCHOOLS, N.C, ACHIEVEMENT TESTS 

PUBLIC CAN INTERF'RET COMPLETE SCHOOLS DATA 

SCHOaS, N.C, BUDGET 

EDUCATORS TO fftJLL SPENDING BONUS MONEY 



H 


2 


1/05/1990 C 


2 N 


S 


2 


1/30/1990 A 


8 P N S27 


H 


2 


1/01/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 A 


7 R DIO 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 G 


1 D U 


S 


2 


1/05/1990 A 


2 P P T37 



CHH 1 1/08/1990 A 
Zm 1 1/19/1990 A 



H 2 1/09/1990 B 
DECISION H 2 1/26/1990 B 



1 M N M70 
3 N 



H 2 1/12/1990 D 3 P F H90 



S 2 1/17/1990 A 4 E 
UNION BANK H 2 1/21/1990 B 5 N C60 
S 2 1/22/1990 A 1 N E33 



DECISION H 2 1/26/1990 B 4 N 



1 N L40 
4 N 



S 2 1/08/1990 B 
S 2 1/09/1990 A 



5 N 
U P P T37 



S 2 1/29/1990 A 
S 2 1/06/1990 C 



4 E 
1 N Yll 



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RU««. SCHOOL SAY FUNDING INSUF7ICIENT 

SCroOLS, N.C., EViy.UATION 

STATE'S PROPOSAL TO GRADE SCmOLS DRAWS CRITICISM 

SCHOOLS, N.C., PRAYERS 

SEE SCHDOLS, N.C., RELIGION 

SCHOaS, N.C., RAWING 

TAR \EEL PUPILS GET GOOD REPORT CARD IN ^EU STUDY 
PUBLIC CM INTERFIO CWfflETE SCt«OLS DATA 

SCHOaS, N.C., REFORM 

SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL REFORM 
SEE ALSO NEXT CENTURY SCHOOLS 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC SCHOOL FORUM OF N.C. 
SEE ALSO SENATE BILL 2 

STUDY PANa RECOMMENDS ELIMINATING GRAIt STRICTURE IN STATE'S 

COJNTY TEACtCRS TO VOTE ON BOfftJS PLAN 

SCHOOLS, N.C, RELIGION 

SEE ALSO RaiGION (SEE ALSO Ni^S Of CRKOCS) 
UHY BAN BIBLE CLUBS? 

SCHOaS, N.C, SCJ«J«TIC APTITUDE TEST 

JfR f£EL PWILS GET GOOD REPORT CARD IN NEW STUDY 
PANEL'S EOJCATION REFORM IDEAS MAY t«T BE P-RACTICi^. 

SCHOXS, N.C, SUPERINTENDENTS 
SEE SUPERINTENDENTS, N.C. 

SCHOOLS, N.C, VIOLENCE 

UNC AUTWR: TEENS' ajN CMERSHIP STARTLING 

■SCHOOLS, U.S., REFORM 

SEE ALSO EDIOTIONAL REFORM 
EDUCATOR'S TO WUL SPENDING mm MO^EY 

SCIENCE, EDUCATION 

ADVISER SAYS BUSH KJD6ET WILL PLEASE SCIENTISTS 

SCOUTING/USA 

SEE BOY SCOrrS OF AMERICA 

SEA Guas 

GLIDING AND ZOOMING 

SEAFOOD 

FISHMONGER'S EXPANDING, ADDING 34-fOOT OYSTER BAR 

SEAGULLS 

SEE SEA (MIS 

SEASONS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF MONTHS) 
SEE ALSO I.IEATHER, DURHAM 
SPRING FEVER? 

SEAT BELTS 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 
CHAPEL HILL WINS SEATBaT AWARD 

SECTION 8 HOUSING 
SEE HOUSING, DURHAM 

SECURITIES INVESTMENT PROTECTION CORP. 
UADDEa CLIENTS SEEK RESTITUTION 
UfC S-EEKS TO RETURN UADDELL DONATIONS 



SEEDS 



MORE ON CARE AND WJTURING OF SEEDLINGS 



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

H 2 1/24/1990 B 7 N 



H 2 1/24/1990 B 7 N 



H 2 1/12/1990 A 1 N 
S 2 1/29/1990 A 4 E 



HIGH SCH'S S 2 1/29/1990 A 5 U Oil 
S 2 1/31/1990 A 1 N Yll 



H 2 1/13/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/12/1990 A 1 N 
S 2 1/30/1990 A 5 U Oil 



H 2 1/03/1990 A 1 N C60 

S 2 1/06/1990 C 1 N Yll 

H 2 1/26/1990 C 1 P N N36 

H 2 1/23/1990 B 1 P P T37 

S 2 1/06/1990 C 1 P N E33 

S 2 1/18/1990 C 1 P N Yll 

CHH 1 1/31/1990 A 3 N 



CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 1 P N M70 
CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 1 N ff70 



H 2 1/07/1990 E 11 P U 



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1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



Y SUBJECTS 



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SEMICONDUCTOR 

SEE ALSO HITSUBISHI SEMICONmJCTOR AMERICA WC, 
ATiT GIVES DUKE $257,570 FOR SEMICONDUCTOR RESEARCH 

SENATE BILL 2 

SEE W.SO SCHOOLS, N.C, REFORM 
EDUCATORS TO MULL SPENDING BONUS MONEY 
TEACHERS VOTE ON MERIT PAY 

SCHOO-S CONSIDER ADDITIONAL ITEMS IN REFORM PACKAGE (CORRECTED) 
SCWDO-S TO CONSIDER REFORM STRAW F'OLL 
TEACHERS CALL l€RIT PUN REACTION MESSAGE 
COUNTY TEAOCRS TO VOTE ON BONUS PLAN 

SENATORIAL CAMPAIGNS 

SEE ALSO CONGRESSIONAL CWPAIGNS 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. 

RACE FOR CONGRESS, OTtCR OFFICES TO BEGIN 

HELMS SCHEIU-ES CA^ff•AIGN KICKOFf F(K SATURDAY NIGHT 

SEN. fCLMS TO RUN FK? A FOJRTH TERM 

EASLEY SAYS WIFE TARGET OF SMEARS 

TTOMAS FILES; GANH READY TO ANNOUNCE 

SENIOR CITIZENS 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO VILLAGE ELItRS 

ELDERLY MUST ENSURE THAT SDVERNMENT HELPS OTfCRS, TOO 

HIRII« RETIREES (WY EASE LABOR SHORTAGE 

SENIOR CITIZENS, Ehff-LOYfENT 

HIRING RETIREES MAY EASE LABOR SHORTAGE 

SENIOR CITIZENS, fCALTH CARE 

ELDERLY MUST ENSURE THAT GOVERNMENT tCLPS OTHERS, TOO 

SENIOR CITIZENS, H0USIM3 
DURHAM REGENT 

SENIOR CITIZENS, NUTFITICW 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
REQUEST FOR EXPANIO CREEDMOOR VAN SERVICE DIES 

SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE 
WHY BAN BIBLE CLUBS? 

SERVICE PRINTING CO. 

D.F. REED SR., PART OWNER OF SERVICE PRINTING CO. 

SEVEN MILE CREEK 

SEVEN MILE RESERVOIR SITE DEBATE BREWS 
HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR LEERY OF COUNTY PROPOSAL 

SEWAGE DUMPING 

SEWA(£ POURS INTO ENO RIVER 
WORKER'S SHORE UP LEAK IN SEWER LINE 

SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS, DURHAM 

DURHAM'S BOND ISSUE COULD TOP $236 MILLION 

SEWER AND WATER LINES 

SEE WATER AND SEWER LINES, WJRHAM 

SEE WATER AND SEWER LINES, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEX POLICE (BAND) 

SEX POLICE STILL ALIVE IN CONTEST 

SEXUAL ASSAU.TS 

SEE ALSO ASSAU.TS, WJRHAM 



H 2 1/03/1990 C 4 N 



S 2 1/06/1990 C 1 N Yll 

CHH 1 1/18/1990 A 1 N C62 

cm 1 1/27/1990 A 1 P N C62 

cm 1 1/27/1990 A 3 N 

cm 1 1/31/1990 A 3 N D38 

S 2 1/31/1990 A 1 N Yll 



H 2 1/01/1990 A 1 N L40 

H 2 1/11/1990 A 10 N 

H 2 1/14/1990 A 2 N 

H 2 1/24/1990 B 5 P N 

H 2 1/30/1990 C 3 N 



CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 4 P J 
S 2 1/27/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/27/1990 A 4 E 
CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 4 P J 
H 2 - 1/14/1990 F 1 P P T37 

H 1 1/18/1990 C 1 N T33 
H 2 1/13/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/02/1990 B 10 P 



cm 1 1/14/1990 A 1 P N M20 
cm 1 1/14/1990 A 5 N M20 



cm 1 1/30/1990 A 3 P N M20 
CHH 1 1/31/1990 A 3 N 



S 2 1/22/1990 A 1 N C61 



H 2 1/29/1990 A 5 P U W66 



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1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO BATTEREB UOtCN 
SEE ALSO CHILLI ABUSE, Vmm 
SEE W-SO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE (^SO CHILD AHJSE, U.S. 
SEE fLSa CHILD MOLESTATION 
SEE ALSO RAF-E, DURHfW 

ASSALLT CH*«GE SPLITS COJNCIL ON TAXI PERMIT 

SCCMi. ABUSE CASE <XIES TO JURY TODAY 

F-OLICE INt.tSTIGATE ASSAU.T 

DUKE SAYS CrtW(£ PEKDING IN ASSAULT 

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED im^ EEFICIENCY SYhfBRO?C 
SEE i^SO CHJi^lYDIA 
STD CASES INCREASING, hEALTH DEPT. OFFICIALS SAY 

Stt*£SPEARE/W PLAYS 

SEE ALSO LO<.€'S LABCllR'S LOST (PLAY) 
'LOME'S LABOUR'S LOST' 
StMESPEARE— «ITH A 'liOS TUIST 

SmRE YOUR CWISTMAS 

SEE ALK) Wf^m COKTY DEPT. OF SXld. SERUICES 
TWmS FOR ASSISTANCE 

SW^ING T}€ ROAD (CHAFtL HILL fCRjO CCLLnJ) 
A DI3ASS-EMBLED BIKE HAS ALWST 1,000 PARTS 
Sl£ET «?ffiRIE3 OF A WlffTER RIBE IN ALAMANCE CO. 

S^£m»i m^lS NUCLEAR PLANT 

SEE (^-SO f^JCLEAR PLANTS, N.C. AND S.C. 
CPiL TO TEST ITS 79 SIRENS 
UALKER OPPOSES WASTE FACILITY 

S«KS 

HIGH TOP SmES ARE HIGH FAa^ICW 

SH(HTIN6S, OJRHAM 

SEE ALSO ACCIKNTS, SHOOTINGS 
UNC AUTHDR: TEENS' GUN OWfRSHIP STARTLIf« 
POLICE LOG/COWENIENCE STORE BR:EAK-IN SUSFtCT hEUi 
POLICE LOG/ [XASE TCPS SO fff^; DRI'^ER FLEES 
piXICE L(B/ICE CREAM STORE R-CBBEI) 

POLICE LtK/iyyCD ROBBERY OCC'JRS AFTER GLtST OFtNS APT. DOOR 
POLICE LOG/PinSEORO l¥>N CHAR-GEIi IN R-CBE-ERY AT K3S€ IN DURtWI 
POLICE L0G/yO>^^ STABBED TO lEATH SUNDAY DURIM: ARaWENT 
mi yOlJffiED IN EAST DURH^ SWTSJN AUACK 
F-O-ICE LOG/TV^ IN HGSF'ITil FR-OM SKilOm tLAST IN THIGH 
F-CLICE LM/MAW ARRESTED IN PIZZA HUT SWX3TING 

SHOOTINGS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCirCKTS, SHOOTINGS 

LIVE-IN CmRGED IN ORA.NGE SHCCTING 

SHOPPING CENTERS 

SEE ALSO ^£RITA(£ SQUARE SHIPPING CENTER' 
REVHO yESTCOl^T TO TARGET 'UPSCALE' fV«KET— DEVCLOPER 

SIENA ^CITEL (CKAPa HILL, N.C.) 

DINING FIEASURES/SIENA HOTa (AD) 

SIGN LANGUAtX 
SEE ALSO ICff 
SERMONS IN SIGN LANGUAGE SF-READ l^RD OF T>€ LORD 

SIGNS AND SYMH)LS 
SEE fLSO BILLB&:*I1S 
HANG 'EM HI»^ 



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S 2 1/17/1990 C 1 P N C61 

H 2 1/19/1990 C 1 N S82 

cm 1 1/29/1990 A 3 N 

S 2 1/29/1990 C 1 N B53 



an 1 1/26/1990 A 



N M20 



cm 1 1/18/1990 A 5 P N 
CHH 1 1/30/1990 A 3 P N 



H 2 1/29/1990 A 4 L 



cm 1 1/13/1990 A 5 U 
cm 1 1/27/1990 A 5 U 



H 2 1/04/1990 C 3 N 
cm 1 1/31/1990 A 3 P N M25 



S 2 1/05/1990 A 6 P N G59 



H 2 1/03/1990 A 1 N C60 

H 2 1/06/1990 B 1 N 

H 2 1/08/1990 B 1 N 

H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 N fSl 

H 2 1/17/1990 C 1 P N ^1 

H 2 1/18/1990 C 1 P N !t51 

H 2 1/22/1990 B 1 N M51 

S 2 1/24/1990 C 1 N 

H 2 1/25/1990 B 1 N N'36 

H 2 i/27/1990 C 1 N C47 



cm 1 1/02/1990 A 1 N M20 

CW 2 1/05/1990 A 1 N M70 

H 2 1/19/1990 D 11 P A 

S 2 1/23/1990 B 1 P F G59 

cm 1 1/18/1990 A 1 P P C45 



SIXTEENTH SEfWTORIAL DISTRICT (N.C.) 



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1/31/1990 



S U B J E 



HUNT 'IMIECIICD' ON FINISHING TERM IN OFFICE 

walker: 'IT'S HER DECISION' 

BOYD ENTERS SENATE RACE 

EX-MAYOR EYES SENATE 

SEN. HUNT EXPECTED TO QUIT 

HUNT SAYS SHE UILL STEP KM* 

PARTY TO PICK NEXT SENATOR 

AHORNEY EYES BID FOR HUNT'S SENATE SEAT 

BLAND BOUS OUT OF N.C. SENATE RACE 

HUNT TO QUIT ON JAN 31. 

TfREE SEEK TO FINISH HMJ TERM 

SKATING 

SEE ICE SKATING 

SKY CHEFS 

SKY CtCFS STAGES FOOD SERVICE 'BALLET' AT BIG RDU FLIGHT KITCHEN 

SMAa BUSINESS INCUBATOR 

CITY COUfCIL GIVES NOD TO HERIJMX. SQUARE LEASE 

CITIZENS SPEAK OUT FOR (ifFORDABLE HOUSING 

TRUE VALUE SITE MAY E£ LEASED TO BUSIfCSSES, NONH='ROFIT AC€NCIES 

SHALL VOICES 

SMAU VOICES PLANS TO NOMINATE (STICERS 

SMITHFIELD, N.C. 

AVA GARHCR DIES IN LONDON AT 67/N.C,-B0RN STAR LIVED SIREN'S LIFE 
HtM)REDS CO^E ANMJALLY TO VISIT AVA GARDNER MUSEUM 
SMITlf lELD (®€MBERS AVA GARDNER 

SMOKING BAN 

SEE TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

SOCIAL SECURITY 

FORM UILL SHOU IF TAXES QVED ON SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS 
BUSH'S BUDGET IS CAUTIOUS 



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I T 


N E 


E 


L Y 


P D 


— DATE — C ■ 


-PG L P BYL 


CHH 1 


1/06/1990 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/06/1990 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


1/06/1990 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 2 


1/07/1990 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


1/10/1990 A 


1 N M25 


cm 1 


1/11/1990 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/11/1990 A 


1 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/15/1990 A 


1 N M25 


CHH 1 


1/23/1990 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/25/1990 A 


1 P N M25 


cm 1 


1/31/1990 A 


3 P N H25 



H 2 1/21/1990 D 6 P N K65 



H 2 1/17/1990 C 1 C N R63 
S 2 1/17/1990 A 1 N C61 
H 2 1/30/1990 C 1 N C^40 



cm 1 1/30/1990 A 3 N 



H 2 1/26/1990 A 1 P N 
H 2 1/26/1990 A 1 H 
S 2 1/26/1990 B 4 



2 1/21/1990 D 
2 1/31/1990 A 



SOCIAL SECURITY TAXES 

SOCIAL security: a JJDICIAL TRIAL 

REF'. PRICE SAYS h£ COLD SUF'PORT 'REASONABLE' 

SANFORD BACKS CUT IN PAYROLL TAX 



CAPITAL GAINS TAX CUT 



H 2 1/11/1990 A 
H 2 1/20/1990 C 
H 2 1/30/1990 A 



4 E 
1 N L40 
1 P N L40 



SOLID UASTE 

SEE ALSO LANDFILLS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SEWAGE TREATf€NT PLANTS, DURHAM 
KEEP GRANVILLE BEAUTIFUL FtAN IS PRESENTED 
BFI PROPOSES BUILDING, RUNNING COWTY LANDFILL 

SOUP 

SEE ALSO FODD 
LENTILS, PEAS MAKE FOR fEALTHFUL SOJPS 

SOUTH COLUMBIA ST. (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, STREHS 
COLUMBIA WIDENING DEBATED 
CAN ASF-HALT CURE THE TRAFFIC PRtlBLEM? 
TOWN DELAYS COLUMBIA WIDENING DECISION AGAIN 
STEAMLINE WORK TO REDUCE TRAFFIC 
COLUMBIA WIDENING DEBATED 
COUNCIL URGED TO APFIOTVE COLUMBIA WIDENING 
COUNCIL REJECTS COLUMBIA STREH FUNDS 



cm 1 

CHH 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 1 



1/03/1990 C 
1/26/1990 C 



1/04/1990 
1/05/1990 
1/09/1990 
1/12/1990 
1/17/1990 
1/23/1990 
1/24/1990 



1 N T33 
1 N R63 



2 1/31/1990 B 1 P N S27 



M N M70 
E 

N M70 
N 

N M70 
N M70 
N M70 



SOUTH DURHAM YOUTH LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO YOUTH SPORTS (ADOLESCENT SF'ORTS) 
LAKERS UNDEFEATED IN 3 YEARS 

SOUTH GRAhWILLE HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
RUSTY VIKII«S ftU. TO EAGLES 



S 2 
S 2 



1/23/1990 D 
1/03/1990 D 



4 P N A76 
3 P N P52 



SOUTH SQUARE MAU 



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1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



TRIANGLE J COUNCIL REPORTS ON 8 REGIONAL 'lETRACTIONS' 

SamCRN CO»**<ITY PARK (CWlPa HILL, N.C.) 
NEU PARK TO GROW, tOm OFFICIALS SAY 

SOmCRN GROWTH POLICIES M3ARD 

'THIM< TA^S<' DIRECTOR NAMED HARVARD FELLOU 
ILLITERACY PROBLEM FACES AHACK 

SOUTHEFtJ HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 
^«RT>£RN STATES ITS CASE, SUATS TIERS 59-50 
PAfVTICR'S BELIEVE, TRIM BUJJTOS 
ORANGE SWEEPS SOUT>ERN 
UJ^ICO^ REGISTER BIG WIN VS. -SajT>£RN 

SOUTFERN LEGISLATIVE COffEREM;E 

ASt€VILLE TO KEEP LEGISLATIVE COffl^ERENCE 

SOUTHLA^fD ASSOCIATES 

HO^E IN Th£ COIMRY 

SOVIET UNION 

FfKTFffl-IO Cf 'ATTRACTIVE' SIK OF LIFE 

SOVIET mim, ECONOMY 

NAYLOR: aWIETS will drift toward FREE-M(«KET ECC^iOMY 

SOVIET IWICW, REFORM 
SEE ALSO F-ERESTROIKA 

'F-ERESTRtllKA' CAN ALSO l€i^ DAWS^, SOVIET IIWIGR/WT SAYS 
(fflRBAOCV'S PRtlBLEHS fHXTIPLY 

SOVIET LWION/U.S. RELATIONS 

VALENTIfC: LOl£R TENSIONS (CAN LESS ICFENSE SPENDING 
ALL Tf£Y /y<E SAYING IS GIVE F-EACE A CHANCE 

■SPACE FIAIC 

INSIGHT/NEW SPACE FIjWE OFF TO A SLOW STi^^'T 

SPACE RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO NATIONi^ AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTPji^TION 
T^£ FLIGHTS FRtMi EFFICIENCY 

SPACE SHUTTLE, CO-LMIA 

SF'ACE TESTS ON AIDS VIRUS tWY YIELD DRUGS 
RECOl^RY OF SPACE LAB BOOSTS SHUTTLE FTOGRAH 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO LEARNIfffi DISABILITIES 
SERVICES FOR HAfffilCAPfED CRITICIZED BY P(«ENTS 

SPECKS SECTIONS (NOfftEEKLY; HERALD AND SUN) 
FEAST (AD SLFPLEJCNT) 
FEAST (AD SUPFIDCNT) 

HEALTH i FITNESS (SPECIAL AIfVERTISING SlFFtlMENT) 
FFOM THIS DAY FORIJARD (SFtCIAL ADVERTISING SECTION) 

SF'ECIAL USE PERMIT 

SEE ALSO BUILDING PERMITS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CONDITION USE PERMIT 

SEE ALSO ZONING LAWS 
ER-UIN SQUARE DEVELOF-ERS SEE NOOS-E IN OF'DINANCE 
PROF-OSED ZONING RtJLE UNFAIR TO DEVELOF-ERS 
TREYBURN FIRM WANTS SF'ECKy. PERMITS FOR LOTS 
COl^TY TO PIRSIE RAILWAY LANIi FOR NEW JAIL 
CCmiSSIONERS lELAY DECISION m TREYBURN REQUEST 

SPEED LIMITS 

SEE ^SO HIGHWAY SAFETY 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC VI01J>TI0NS 



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — DATE — 

H 2 1/03/1990 
cm 1 1/21/1990 



H 2 1/17/1990 
H 2 1/28/1990 



H 2 1/0^/1990 

S 2 1/06/1990 

H 2 1/07/1990 

S 2 1/25/1990 



H 2 1/26/1990 

H 2 1/21/1990 

cm 1 1/09/1990 

S 2 1/27/1990 



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C -PG L P EYL 

C 1 P N K65 

A 1 N M70 



D 9 N K65 
B 10 P N K65 



B 4 P N B40 

B 1 P N A76 

C 11 N 

C 3 P N F'52 



C 1 P N L40 

F 1 P P T37 

A 3 P N 

A 1 P N E33 



H 2 1/09/1990 B 1 P N K65 
H 2 1/17/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/17/1990 A 1 P N E33 
H 2 1/26/1990 D 3 P N 211 



H 2 1/14/1990 D 1 N 



H 2 1/16/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/11/1990 B 6 N 
S 2 1/15/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/31/1990 C 3 N C60 



CHH 1 1/03/1990 B 1 A 

cm 1 1/10/19V0 B 1 A 

H 2 1/16/1990 D IDA 

H 2 1/30/1990 D 1 P A 



H 2 1/11/1990 A 1 N R63 

S 2 1/12/1990 A 4 E 

S 2 l/22/'1990 C 1 N H65 

S 2 1/23/1990 C 1 N H65 

H 2 1/24/1990 C 1 N S69 



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BY SUBJECTS 



REDUCED SPEED LIMIT REQUESTED 

SPEEDING TICKETS 

SEE TWfFIC VIILATIONS 

SPELL MANAGEi€NT INC. 
SEE ALSO (SliBfTON, INC. 
SPELL KJYS ALLENTON aJBSIDI(«Y 

SPORTS, COACHES 

SHERIDAN PAID HIGHEST SALARY IN NC SYSTEM 

SPORTS, COLLEGE NON-REVENIE 

IiANGEROUS CYCLO^ES TEST UOLFPACK, TAR HEEL WRESTLERS THIS WEEK 

SPORTS, FANS 

FANS HAVE ANTIDOTE FOR SUPER BOW. HYPE 
CENTRAL-ATiT GAME CALLED AFTER 7 INJURED IN BRAWL 

SF-ORTS, RECRUITIh«j 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION DRAFT 
REEVES TO XIN UOLFPACK; (^STON PICKS UNC 
DEVILISH decision: MCGEORGE PICKS r^JKE 
JOHNSON CW91ITS TO STATE; (mS MAY KEEP' FERRELL OUT 

SPORTS, STATISTICS 

SEE ALSO RECORDS AND FIRSTS 
JANUii«Y INIO 

SPORTS, TaEVISION COVERAGE 

LIKE 'EM OR mj' LATE GAICS f€RE TO STAY 

SPORTS CAR RACING 

SEE STXK CAR RACING 

SF'ORTS FORUM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
BLUE DEVILS' KIUL PERFORMANCE 'CANNOT BE ACCEF'TED BY THIS FAN' 
SPURRIER HELPED PUT PRIDE BACK IN BLUE DEVIL FOOTBALL PRtJGRAM 
WITHOUT KOUBEK'S PERFORMANCE, DUKE UOULD'VE BEEN IN TROUBLE 

SPORTS RECRUITING 

SEE SPORTS, RECRUITING 

SPRING 

SEE SEASONS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF MONTHS) 

STABBINGS, DURHAM 

STABBING ALARMS LIBRARY AIWINISTRATOR'S 

STABBING ALARMS LIBFlARY AIWINISTRATORS 

KNIFING TIGHTENS LIBRARY SECURITY 

POLICE LOG/DETECTIVES HAVE SUSPECT IN STABBIf^ 

LIBRARY KNIFER IS SOUGHT 

NO CAUSE FOR PANIC 

MAN SOUGHT IN LIBRARY KNIFING NOW ALSO WANTED FOR ROBBERY 

F1]LICE LOG/WARRANT ISSUED FOR HOMELESS MAN IN LIBRARY STABBING 

POLICE LOG/AR^ED ROBBERY OCCUR-S AFTER GUEST OFENS APT. DOOR 

SEARCH CONTINUES IN LIBRARY STABBIffi 

POLICE LOG/2 MEN BEAT OWNER OF VILLAGE VJ 

STANDARD OF LIVING 

WORKING TWO JOBS MAY EXACT HIGH TOLL 

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

SEE N.C. BOARD OF EDUCATION 

STATE DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

SEE N.C. I£PT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



D — DATE- 



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CHH 1 1/26/1990 A 



N 



S 2 1/03/1990 C 1 N E33 
H 2 1/17/1990 D 3 N 
H 2 1/07/1990 C 2 U F95 



S 2 1/16/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/19/1990 A 1 N B64 



H 2 1/19/1990 B 3 N B40 
H 2 1/30/1990 B 1 P N B40 
H 2 1/31/1990 D 3 P N B40 



H 2 1/05/1990 B 1 U M88 
H 2 1/24/1990 D 1 N L22 



H 2 1/07/1990 C 5 L 
H 2 1/14/1990 C 11 L 
H 2 1/28/1990 D 6 L 



H 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


1 P N R63 


S 


n 


1/10/1990 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/11/1990 C 


1 N M51 


S 


2 


1/11/1990 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


1/13/1990 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 B 


1 N M51 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 P N M51 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 B 


1 N M51 


S 


2 


1/11/1990 A 


4 E 



STATE HOUSE DISTRICTS (N.C) 



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1/01/1990 - 1/31/1990 



SEE TVemr-THIRD STATE WXISE DISTRICT (N.C.) 

STATE LEGISLATES 

SEE N.C. (£f€RW. ASSEMBLY 

STEEFUS 

HEFE'S y\€ CH*:CH, f£RE'S THE STEEPLE 

STEVE'S ICE CREAM 

FtLICE LOG/ICE CREAH STKS ROBBEI 

STILLS 

SEE fKMNSHIfC 

STOCK CAR RACING 

SEE ALSO WINSTON Of RACIf« CIRCUIT 
DIXON WWTS BLACKS IN NASCAR 

STKX fK«KET 

UALL STREH BOWiS 

STREAM WATCH F1^tS3R/V1 

SEE N.C, STREAM WATCH PROSViM 

STREET LimiS 

CAREFUaY, WITH FISCISION 

STREET OPERA 
SEE OPERA 

STREET PEtyiE 

SEE ALSO HOiCLESS StELTER 
KNIFING TIGHTENS LIBRARY SEaWTY 
HOPE SECURITY A «JST FOR DURW^ LIBRARY 
NO CAUSE FOR PANIC 

STRIKES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO LABO^, U.S. 
COAL ACCORD tttY SIGNAL RETURN OF MRS. DOLE 
TFIJCKERS SAY STRIKE HAS fWT MATERIALIZED IN NORTH CAROLINA 

STUICNT COUNCILS 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

SUBSIDIZED WXISIW3 
SEE HOUSING, OJRHAM 

SUBVERSIVE ««:UPS (INICXED BY g^CIFIC NA^E OF GROUP) 
SEE TEFOTRISM 

SUICIDE ATTESTS 

PinSBORI] MAN CHAR'GED IN SLAYING CF TV EMPLOYEE 
WIFE FINDS MAN HANGING BY NECK 
HANGING VICTIM ALIVE 

SUICIDES, ORAN(£ COUNTY 

HANGING VICTIM DIES (CORRECTED) 
MAN FtXJND HANGING DIES IN HOSPITAL 

suiciies, U.S. 

THE CR-UaTY OF SILENT LIES 

SUMITOMO ELECTRIC CO. 
CLEARING n€ R-ECCRD 

SUMMER 

SEE SEASONS (^E ALSO l*VES OF hWNTHS) 

SUPER BOWL XXII 

SUFER BOWL FANS EYE SLAUGHTER 



SUBJECTS 



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H 2 1/17/1990 C 1 P P T37 

H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 N ifil 

S 2 1/16/1990 C 5 P N («6 

H 2 1/04/1990 A 4 E 

cm 1 1/09/1990 A 1 P P L38 



S 2 1/10/1990 B 1 N 
S 2 1/11/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/12/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/08/1990 B 1 P N 
H 2 1/30/1990 C 3 P N 



H 2 1/17/1990 D 8 N 
cm 1 1/24/1990 A 3 N 
cm 1 1/26/1990 A 3 N 



CHH 1 1/25/1990 A 3 N 
CHH 1 1/27/1990 A 3 N 



H 2 1/18/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/26/1990 A 2 N 

H 2 1/29/1990 B 1 P P T32 



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SUPER BOW. XXIW 

FANS HAVE ANTIDOTE FOR SUPSi BOUL HYPE 

FOR imifm, mmm£ co^EBACKS began at kenan 

T>£ SUPER BUST 

SUPER SUBCOMMITTEE 

SEE N.C. GE(«««. ASSEMBLY, BUDGET 

SUPERINTENDENT OF TtC YEAR AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
HOIIHAN AMONG FOUR FINALISTS F(» U.S. AWARD 
HOULIHAN IN RUNNING FOR AWARD 

SUPERINTENDENTS, N.C, 

PUBLIC CAN INTERPRET COMPLETE SCHOOLS DATA 

SUFfORT GROIPS 

SEE ALSO PET LOSS SWTWT GROW' 
A LOSS J^T TV£ SW€ 

SURVEILLANCE 

SEE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
SEE WIRETAPS 

SURVEYS 

SEE ALSO POLLS 
SURVEY COMMITTEE PREPARES PROPOSAL 
U.S. WAR ON DRUGS DRAWS FROM RTI'S SURVEY, RESEARCH 
NEWSPAPERS PR'EFERRED FOR f£WS, ADS 
SCHOO. STAFF MAY RECEIVE PAY CHANGES 
CITY SChOOL BOARD MAY ADOPT STATE SALARY SCHEDULE 

SWIMMING 

TRANSITION FROM SWIWER TO LAWYER ROUGH VOYAGE 

SWIMMING POOLS 

POOL PLANS GET BACKING FROM BOARD 

SYMBaS 

SEE SIGNS AND SYMBO-S 

TEACCH (TREATMENT i EKJCATION OF AUTISTIC (, COMMON. HANDICAPPED CHILDREN) 
TEACCH AWARDED 

TAKEOVERS 

SEE MERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

TAKING CARE CF YOUR JCALTH (DURHAM Sm COLUMN) 
HYPOTVERMIA mUS VITAL ORGANS 
CHOLESTEROL NOT ONLY FACTOR IN HEART DISEASE 
LIVING WILLS ENSURE YOUR WISHES ARE REALITY 
PAP SMEAR CONTINl£S TO BE IMPORTANT TO WOMEN 

TAMPER-PROOF PR-ODUCTS 
SEE FOOD CONTAMINATION 

TANDLER SUBDIVISION (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

HOUSING HOWES' TOPIC FOR HOUSE COMMITTEE 

TAX AM^ESTY 

STATE SHOULD THROW BOOK AT TAX-CHEATERS 

TAX CREDITS 

SEE ALSO N.C. TAX ALLOCATION COMMITTEE 
DURHAM TAX AWARD NETS 194 APARTMENTS 
FRAM<LIN, PERSON LOSE AID 

TAX INCREASES 

GOV. MARTIN SAYS h€ WILL NOT CALL FOR TAX INCREASE 



S 2 1/16/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/28/1990 D 1 P N C49 
H 2 1/30/1990 A 4 E 



H 1 1/09/1990 B 1 P N T33 
H 2 1/10/1990 C 3 N T33 



S 2 1/29/1990 A 4 E 



cm 1 1/08/1990 A 3 P N 317 



m\ 1 


1/01/1990 A 1 


N C42 


H 2 


1/14/1990 B 


N K65 


S 2 


1/19/1990 A : 


i N 


S 2 


1/30/1990 A ) 


N Yll 


H 2 


1/31/1990 C 1 


N W60 



H 2 1/22/1990 B 1 P N S82 
CHH 1 1/08/1990 A 1 P N M20 

CHH 1 1/10/1990 A 7 N 



S 2 1/10/1990 A 11 U 

S 2 1/17/1990 D 5 U 

S 2 1/24/1990 B 5 D U 

S 2 1/31/1990 B 5 D U 



CHH 1 1/25/1990 A 1 P N M70 
S 2 1/19/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/11/1990 A 1 N E33 
S 2 1/11/1990 A 1 N 



H 2 1/19/1990 B 9 N L40 



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TAXES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, TAXES 

SEE ALSO N.C, REVEMJES 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEFT. OF REVENUE 

SEE fLSQ N.C. FIWERTY TAX COWISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. TAX ALLOCATION COMMIHEE 

SEE ALSO W'AfffiE COUNTY, N.C, F1<0PERTY TAXES 

SEE ALSO OR/^JGE COUNTY, N.C, TAXES 

SEE ALSO PAYROl TAX 

SEE ALSO PERSfSWL PRCFERTY TAX 

STATE STOULU THROW BOOK AT TAX-0€ATERS 

ISSUE OF TRANSPORTATION TAX HAY BE RESURRECTED IN SFfilNG 

RAISING TAXES NOT O^LY OPTION 

TAXES, ORfiMX COJNTY 

SEE ORANGE COUfTY, N.C, TAXES 

TAXI CAB IfilVtRS 

POLICE LOG/GALLERY IN BRiafTLEtf IS ROBBED 
ASSAU.T CFWRGE SPLITS COUNCIL ON TAXI PERMIT 
f^t^NT CITY COUNCIL PAIR FWDTEST CHANGEH VOTES 
ODD RIJLES, MISCHIEF BRING JUSTICE 

TAXI CABS 

DECISION IS REVERSED ON TAXI-PERMIT EENIAL 
PO-ICE LOG/tO TUW SaVES IN 

TEACH FOR AMERICA 

PRt3GR/V1 TRIES TO EASE TEAOCR SHORTAGE 

TEACHER SfCRTAGE 

F1<0GRAM TRIES TO EASE TEAOO SHORTAGE 

TEACf€RS, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 

SEE ALSO CHAFtL HILL/CARRBOR'O SCHOJLS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY SCKDOLS, TEAOtRS 

TEAC^£RS VOTE ON MERIT PAY 

SCHOaS CONSIDER ADDITIOfWL ITEMS IN REFK?M PACKAGE (CORRECTED) 

TEACHERS, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO, SALARIES 
TEAChCRS VOTE ON MERIT PAY 
CORRECTION 

TEAOCRS, DURHAM CaJNH, SALARIES 

COUNTY TEAOERS TO VOTE ON BONUS PLAN 

TEACHERS, N.C, f€RIT FIAN 

SEE ALSO TEAOCRS, N.C, SALARIES 
TEAC^€RS VOTE m MERIT PAY 

TEACHERS, N.C, SAURIES 

SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C, MERIT PLAN 
EDUCATORS TO MULL SPENDING hWUS MONEY 

TEACHERS, ORANGE COJNTY 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY SCHOaS, TEAOCRS 

TEACHERS, U.S. 

Fi;«GRAM TRIES TO EASE TEACHER SHORTA{£ 

TEACHING ASSISTANTS 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C-CHAFEL HILL, GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANTS 

TEAMS OF TVS EIGHTIES (SERIES) 

BLUE DEVILS' BO«L F'ERF0RMM:E 'CANNOT BE ACCEF'TED BY THIS FAN' 

TECH/«LOGY 

ADVISER SAYS BUSH BUICET UILL PLEASE SCIENTISTS 



S 2 1/19/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/23/1990 B 1 N K65 
S 2 1/26/1990 A 5 U Oil 



H 2 1/01/1990 C 1 N 

S 2 1/17/1990 C 1 P N C61 

H 2 1/20/1990 C 1 P N R63 

H 2 1/21/1990 D 5 U A20 



S 2 1/18/1990 C 1 P N C61 
H 2 1/31/1990 C 1 N M51 



S 2 1/30/1990 C 1 N 
S 2 1/30/1990 C 1 N 



Ct* 1 1/18/1990 A 1 N .CA2 
CW 1 1/27/1990 A 1 P N CA2 



CHH 1 1/18/1990 A 1 N C42 
CHH 1 1/30/1990 A 2 N 



S 2 1/31/1990 A 1 N YU 

cm 1 1/18/1990 A 1 N C62 

■ S 2 1/06/1990 C 1 N Yll 

S 2 1/30/1990 C 1 N 

H 2 1/07/1990 C 5 L 

H 2 1/26/1990 C 1 P N N36 



TEEhH^ PREGNANa 



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SEE PREGNANCY, ADOISCENT 

TEEN-LINK 

TEEN-LIi« KEEDS hCLP 

WJRHAM CANNOT AFFORD TO LOSE TEEN-LI1« PROGRAM 

TELEPHONES, N.C, 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO, 
SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY, N.C, TELEPHONES 
SEE ALS) ORANGE COl*<TY, N.C, TELEPHOICS 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, U.S. 
HENDERSON, OXFORD EXPANIO Pm^E SERVICE BACKED 

TELEPHONES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO A^ERICAN TELBF■HC^E AND TELEGRAPH CO. 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, N.C, 

NORTf£RN TELECOM'S 'MAESTRO' FIRST RESIDENTIAL CALLER ID PHONE 

ATiT BLAMES COMPUTER FOR 1-DAY SERVICE OUTAGE 

HOW Kl YOU PUNISH A GLITCH? 

TELESCOPES 

UNC, COLUMBIA PLAN TO BUILD »15 MILLION TELESCOPE IN CHILE 

TaEVISION COMMERCIALS 

SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION 
'CHANNa 0^E' A GOOD LESSON m LIFE 
TALKING DOG AND ITS OWNER TO APPEAR IN COriiERCIALS 

TEMPORARY EJfi>LOYfCNT 
SEE PART TIfE JOBS 

TERRORISM 

SEE ALSO DEATH SQUADS 
SEE ALSO RIOTS 
SEE ALSO VIOLENCE 
Tl€ mim. RIGHTS TERRORISTS 

THEFTS, DURH^ 

SEE ROBBERY, HUfmn 

THINKING 

IS 'CRITICAL THIMdiffi' ANOTHER FAD? 

THIS NATIVE EARTH? A CELEBRATIW OF N.C. LITERATURE (TV SHOW) 
SEE ALSO WRITERS N C 

'fWTIVE EARTH' 'yields TAR HEEL WRITERS/N.C PUBLIC TV 

THOROUGHFARE PLAN 

SEE DURHAM MASTER THOROUGHFARE PLAN 

THREATS 

SEE ALSO HARASSMENT 
OFFICERS PATROL KING BANQt£T 
POLICE FfiOBE LETTER PROF'AGANDA LINK 

TIME AND TEMPERATURE SERVICES 

ACROSS THE NATION, TIi€ AND TEfffERATURE CAUS ARE ACCORDING TO DOYLE 

TIRES 

TIRtS, W^YONE? 

TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, SMOKING 
COURT REJECTS SMOKING SUIT VERDICT 
NO-SMOKING ISSUE TABLED 
CITY COUNCIL GIVES NOD TO HERITAGE SQUARE LEASE 

TOBACCO, LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, U.S. 



H 2 1/08/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/08/1990 A 4 L 



H 1 1/05/1990 C 1 N T33 



H 2 1/07/1990 D 6 P N K65 
H 2 1/17/1990 A 1 N 
H 2 1/23/1990 A 4 E 



CHH 1 1/12/1990 A 5 N 



cm 1 1/14/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/27/1990 A 12 N 



H 2 1/02/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/31/1990 A 5 U Oil 



H 2 1/26/1990 D 6 P N H45 



CHH 1 1/15/1990 A 1 N M25 
cm 1 1/18/1990 A 3 N 



H 2 1/21/1990 B 1 U N36 
CHH 1 1/10/1990 A 3 P P L33 



H 2 1/06/1990 A 1 P N 
H 2 1/09/1990 B 1 N R63 
H 2 1/17/1990 C 1 C N R63 



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SUBJECTS 



CaiRT REJECTS SMOKING SUIT VERDICT 

TOILETS 

BUT SERIOUSLY, IT'S A COiWDE Uffl-IKE ANY OTJCR 

TOKYO STRING QUARTCT 
SEE ALSO JAPAN 
TOKYO STRING QUARTET LIVES \S-- TO BILLING 

TOLL-FRK TELEPHONE NWBERS 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, U.S. 
OXFORD BOARD WANTS VOTE ON LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 
HENDERSON-OXFORD PHOiC DECISION W»Y COHE MWDAY 

TOPSAIL ISLAND, N.C. 

COMMISSION STANDS BY BAN ON JEHIES 
JETTY BAN PROVIDES FIOTTECTION FOR MANY 

THE TOUCH (313 MAIN ST.) 
POLICE HUNT 3 ROBBERS 

TOURISM, INTERNATIONAL 

SOAK UP SOME SUN, SAIL WITH MIChOCR 

TOURISM, U.S. 

SEE ALSO TRAVEL, U.S. 
PR-C TOUR WILL SEE 'CAT,' 'CITY,' 'GRAFTS' 
VACATIONS ON BLOCK FOR CAfCER SATURDAY 
BOTANIC/U. GARDENS SPONSORS TOURS OF BRITISH ISLES 

TOWER-COMM INC. 

COUNTY OKS mi TCWER ON ROSE OF SHAR'ON SITE 

TOWERS 

COUNTY a<S fei tower on rose OF SHARON SITE 

TOXIC WASTE TREAT^ENT 

SEE HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 

TOYS 

TOY STORE LARGEST IN CITY/FTOJECT BY ACADEMY SEC0NDSH3RADERS 

TRAFFIC CONGESTION 

COLUMBIA WIDENING DEBATED 

COUNCIL REJECTS COLUMBIA STREET FUNDS 

TRAFFIC DEATHS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, DURHAM 
F-OLICE LOG/WOMAN STR-UCK, KILLED BY AUTO 
PEDESTRIAN FAT(^Y INJURED CROSSING STRECT 
REV. SMITH, 70, KILLED IN WRECK 
TEEN GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE 

TRAFFIC DEATHS, N.C. 

WOMAN DIES IN CAR COaiSION 

GOOD NEWS ABOUT TRAFFIC JAMS 

DURHAM MAN KILLED IN ROXBORO ACCIDENT 

WOMAN DIES IN COLLISION WITH TRUCK WITH DURHAM-BOUND RADIOACTIVE LOAD 

YOUTH FtlNISHED FOR FREAK WRE&\ THAT KILLED TEEN 

TRAFFIC SAFETY 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 

SEE ALSO INSTITUTE FOR TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH 
CHAPEL HILL WINS SEATBELT AWARD 

TRAFFIC SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 
GET TRAFFIC CASES OUT OF COURT 



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H 2 1/06/1990 A 1 P N 



am 1 1/16/1990 A 3 P N C62 



H 2 1/23/1990 A 6 P R L59 



H 1 1/10/1990 C 1 N T33 
H 1 1/26/1990 C 1 N H60 



H 2 1/27/1990 A 12 N 
S 2 1/29/1990 A 4 E 



S 2 1/16/1990 A 1 N B53 
H 2 1/07/1990 E 10 U W66 



H 2 1/14/1990 E 11 U U66 
H 2 1/21/1990 E 13 P U W66 
H 2 1/28/1990 B 9 P U W66 



S 2 1/10/1990 B 1 P N H65 
S 2 1/10/1990 B 1 P N H65 

H 2 1/27/1990 C 1 P N W60 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



CHH 1 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 



1/17/1990 A 1 N M70 
1/24/1990 A 1 N M70 



1/05/1990 C 1 N S69 

1/10/1990 A 3 N 

1/21/1990 B 1 N 

1/26/1990 C 3 N 



1/06/1990 A 3 
1/10/1990 A 4 
1/10/1990 B 
1/14/1990 B 



1/26/1990 C 1 N 



CHH 1 1/31/1990 A 3 N 



H 2 1/30/1990 A 



TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 



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SEE ALSO TKAFFIC SCHOOL 
FORMER POLICE SGT. HOPKINS FACES TW DRIVING CHARGES 
EX-OFFICER FACES fCU AUTO CHARGES 
GET TRAFFIC CASES OUT OF COURT 

TRAILER PARKS (SEE NA^ES OF SPECIFIC TRAILER PARKS) 
SEE MOBILE WJMES 

TRANSPLANTS 

SEE BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 

TRASH DWIPING 

SEE TUmm CITY LANDFILL 

SEE GARBAGE CdlECTItW, DURHAM 

SEE LANDFILLS, N.C. 

TRAVEL, INT'L 

SEE TOURISM, INTERNATIONAL 

TRAVa, N.C. 

LOOKING FOR EAGLES AROUND FAUS LAKE 

TRAVEL, U.S. 

SEE ALSO W>SS TRANSIT 
SEE ALSO TOURISM, U.S. 

NUDIE Smu IN (^EENSBORO; PLAYWRIGHT BARES ALL 

SOAK UP SOME SUN, SAIL WITH MICHENER 

TRAVEL, WORLDWIDE 

SEE TOURISM, INTERhWTIONAL 

TRAVIS PLACE 

CLOTHING FIRM LEAVES BUYERS IN STITCHES 

TREES 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS TREES 
SWEET MORNING AFTER 

TREYBURN 

COUNCIL PANEL OKS CONTROVERSIAL SEICR LINE FOR TREYBURN 

TR£YBURN SEWER LINE GETS PANEL'S NOD 

CITY COUNCIL GIVES NOD TO HERITAGE SQUARE LEASE 

Cin GIVES OK FOR SEWER LINE ^£AR RESERVOIR 

RED CROSS RAISED til, 200 ON HOPE HOUSE TOURS 

COUNCIL RaUCTANTLY OKS TREYBURN SEWER LINES 

TREYBURN FIRM WANTS SPECIAL PERMITS FOR LOTS 

COUNTY TO PUR-SUE RAILWAY LAND FOR ^EW JAIL 

COMMISSIONERS DELAY DECISION ON TREYBURN REQUEST 

TRIANGLE ARTS PLANNING CONSORTIUM 
SEE ALSO ARTS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO ARTSCENTER (FORMERLY CARRBORB ART SCHOOL) 
SEE (U.SO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 
FROM GRASS ROOTS TO AN ESTABLISWCNT 

TRIANGLE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM 

SEE ALSO MUSEUMS, N.C. (SEE ALSO IWMES OF MUSEUMS) 
MUSELSI'S DOWNTOWN EXF'ANSKW NOT AFFECTED BY GLAXO 'S DECISION 

TRIANGLE DINNER THEATER 

WHEN ALL Th£ DINING ROOM'S A STAGE/'JUDY' AT TRIANGLE DINNER THEATRE 

TRIANGLE EXPRESS 

SEE ALSO MASS TRANSIT 
GROUP URGES LIGHT RAIL SYSTEM 
BOARD BACKS RAIL SYSTEM 
LIGHT-RAIL PROPOSAL ON AGENDA 
EXF'RESS SYSTEM STUDY URGED 



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H 2 1/18/1990 C 1 N M51 
S 2 1/18/1990 A 3 P N 
H 2 1/30/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/05/1990 D 20 P F W66 



H 2 1/01/1990 B 1 U W<66 
H 2 1/07/1990 E 10 U WA6 



s 


2 


1/12/1990 B 


1 


P N E33 


c* 


1 1 


1/19/1990 A 


1 


P P 045 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 B 


1 


N R63 


s 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 C N R63 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 C 


1 


N R63 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 C 


6 


N 


s 


2 


1/18/1990 C 


1 


N C61 


s 


2 


l/22y'1990 C 


1 


N H65 


S 


2 


1/23/1990 C 


1 


N H65 


H 


2 


1/24/1990 C 


1 


N Si9 



H 2 1/21/1990 E 1 P N Zll 

H 2 1/24/1990 D 9 P N C60 
H 2 1/26/1990 D 10 P R 052 



CHH 1 1/08/1990 A 1 N S17 

CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 3 N 

CHH 1 1/22/1990 A 3 P N S17 

CHH 1 1/25/1990 A 3 P N C62 



TRIANGLE FIGURE SKATING CLUB 



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SEE ALSO ICE SKATING 
TILLEYS; HWVE ICE SKATES, WILL TRAVtL 
ICE SKATING IS h»T JIBT fCR N-ORTHERNERS AfJYMCRE 

TRIANGLE J Ca*«:iL OF GOVERNMENTS 

SEE iy.SO REGION K COffCIL OF GOVERN^ENTS 

TRIANGLE J CaM:iL REPORTS ON 8 REGIONAL 'ICTRACTIONS' 

SCHOS. CTORDINATO? NAfflJ 

UNC F-ROF TO hEAD H0HL-SC40a EFFORT 

LAND-USE TERHS RESOLUTION (ffmm 

TRIANGL£ S^«:I^€ CLUB 
f£U OFFICERS 

TRINITY CXLEGE (NOW IXKE mW<) 

SALTY LAU LEAN STOCKED PIOUS UM, AHACKED STATUS SJO 

TRXK IRIVERS 

TRIOIRS SAY STRIKE HAS NOT flATERIALIZED IN NTOTH CAFiOLINA 
TRACTCK-TRAILER CAB PART OF CLASSRISBI AT UAfCE-GRAfWILLE CCiW. COXEGE 

TRUCKS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, TRIKKS 
l«Y T>£Y PUT TM3SE 4-FOOT-TALL TIRES m PICKUP TRUCKS 

TRUE VfLiJE HARDyARE STORES 

CCUfCIL i^TES THIS i£EK ON HERITAGE SQUAPE I£AL 

TR-UE WlUE SITE HAY BE LEASED TO BUSIf£SSES, NON-PTOFIT AGEfCIES 

TRUMPET tF CWSCIENCE (^EWSLE^rER) 

DIVERSE i5RaJP WORKING FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE, PEACE 

TfC TRUTH AT LAST (tCUSPAPER) 

RACIST E£NT OF m^^'PfBt. PROVOKES IRE 

Tl^SDAY J(tK 

W£ RIGHT PLACE AT J}€ RIGHT llYE: DURHAM IN T}£ '80'S ' 

ARTS COIWCIL HONORS 14 AS EMERGIM3 ARTISTS 

J\€ TRIANGLE'S ART-FILLED AND MYSTERIO-S WEEK 

A TASTE OF GREECE FOR ICIMOI^ 

•re« PHIL' (DONAa£) CHOICE TO CELEBRATE A PUBLIC TV BIRTHDAY 

TUITION TAX CREDITS 
SEE TAX CREDITS 

nC TUNE fttWALS (SINGING GR-OUP) 
STEVeffi FAMILY SINfXR'S 

TWENTY-THIRD STATE HOUSE DISTRICT (N.C.) 

FILINGS/ASSOCIATE MINISTER R'WS FOR STATE HOUSE 
MINISTER', .AJH2 FILE FOR mUSE, BENCH SEATS 

TWINS 

WOaji'S OLDEST TWINS IN STABLE CONDITION 

105-YEAR-OLD TWIN DIES 

TWIN, 105, DIES 

DAVIDS{»J COWTY WDMAN'S 106T>1 A BITTERSl^ET BIRTHDAY AFTER TWIN DIES 

T>£ UGLIEST PIL(3?IM (BOOK & FILM) 

(CW IWWtM FILM COMF'ANY CWilENGES HOLLYtSKD 

UNIjEK'WEAR 

CLOTHING FIRM LEAVES BUYERS IN STITDCS 

UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES, INC. 
C*-OUNDBR£AKING 

LlfCMPLQYMENT, Vmm 

SEE ALSO E^ff1.0Y^ENT, WRHAM 
ORANGE, DURW*M BOAST LOWEST XBLESS RATES 



S 2 
S 2 



H 2 
Ct* 1 
S 2 

cm 1 



S 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 1 



S 2 
H 2 



S 2 

Ct* 1 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 



1/23/1990 D 
1/23/1990 D 



1/03/1990 C 
1/09/1990 A 
1/09/1990 B 
1/27/1990 A 



1/11/1990 C 
1/29/1990 C 



1/30/1990 C 
1/31/1990 C 



CW 1 1/14/1990 A 



1/29/1990 C 
1/30/1990 C 



l/26/r?90 A 
1/15/1990 A 



1/02/1990 A 
1/09/1990 A 
1/16/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/^0/1990 A 



1/03/1990 C 
1/C3/1990 C 



1/08/1990 C 
1/11/1990 A 
1/12/1990 C 
1/14/1990 B 



1/05/1990 D 
1/12/'1990 B 
1/17/1990 D 



5 P N fi06 
5 P N H06 



1 P N K65 
3 P N 
1 N 
3 N 



3 P P T32 
1 P U 



3 P N 
1 P N H60 



1 N C61 
1 N C60 



4 P N 359 
3 P N S17 



6 U W15 
6 P U W15 
6 P U W15 
6 P U U15 
6 P U W15 



H 2 1/07/1990 B 3 F P T44 



1 P N S69 
1 P N 



2 N 

9 N 

2 P P 

2 N 



3 P F B71 
1 P N E33 
7 P P L38 



1/01/1990 A 1 N 



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TRIANGLE U^E^1PL0Y^ENT IS LOW 

UNEMPLOYMENT, N.C. 

TRIANGLE UNEMPLOYMENT IS LOW 

UNEMPLOY^elT, ORANGE COUNTY 

ORANK, DURHAM BOAST LOWEST JOBLESS RATES 
TRIANON UfEMflOYMENT IS LOU 

UlilIONS 

SEE U.S. DEPT. OF LABOR 

UNITED KLANS OF AMERICA 
^E KU KLUX KLAN 

U.S., BUM£T, CUTS 

BUSH'S iUDBEJ IS CAUTIOUS 

U.S. AIDS COMMISSICW 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMU^E DEFICIENCY SYNI^OJC 
MORE WOMEN SAID KTTING AIDS 

U.S. AR-MY RESEARCH CENTER (RESEARCH TRIANGLE PPKK) 
DURHAM ARMY LAB APPEARS SECURE 

U.S. CENSUS 

SEE U.S. CENSUS BUREAU 

U.S. CENSUS BUREAU 

CENSUS COMMITTEE HOPING RESIDENTS WILL BE COUNTED 

CENSUS INTERVIEWS SCHEDULED JAN. 14-20 

RETIREES' BENEFITS NOT («TECTED BY CENSUS E}ff■LOY^ENT 

U.S. CONGRESS 



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

S 2 1/29/1990 A 1 N E33 



S 2 1/29/1990 A 1 N E33 



S 2 1/01/1990 A 1 N 
S 2 1/29/1990 A 1 N E33 



H 2 1/31/1990 A 4 E 

CHH 1 1/18/1990 A 3 N S17 
S 2 1/30/1990 A 1 N 378 



CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 1 N C62 
H 2 1/03/1990 D 8 N 
H 2 1/28/1990 A 13 N 



CONGRESS SPREADS T}€ TABLE THIN 

U.S. CONGf^SS, HONORARIA 

SENATE SENDS WRONG ICSSAGE ON HONORARIA 

U.S. CONGRESS, TERMS 

FLIP-FLOPPING FROM POLL TO POL 

U.S. DEPT, OF AGRICULTURE 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF AGRICULTWS 
DUWAM GROCERY FINED BY USDA 

U.S. DEPT. OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO DURHAM mUSING AUTHORITY 
HUD LOAN CElLim HIGHER IN ORANGE THAN IN CHATHAM 
. FEW CAN AFFORD NEW HO^E, STUDY SHOWS 

U.S. DEFT. OF INTERIOR 

DURHAM MAN NAfCD TO POST IN INTERIOR DEPT. 

DURHAM NATIVE NAMED DEPUTY UNICRSECRETARY OF INTERIOR DEPT. 

U.S. DEPT. CF LABOR 
SEE ALSO LABOR, U.S. 
WE'RE WORKING HARDER FOR FROSFtRITY 
WORKING TWO JOBS fWY EXACT HIGH TOLL 

U.S. FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
PULLING THE PLUG 
DUKE DOCTOR'S F£RFORM ^EU HEART PROCEDURE 

U.S. HOJSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, OUTSIDE IICOME 
SEE U.S. CONGRESS, HONORARIA 



H 2 1/28/1990 F 4 E 

S 2 1/04/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/29/1990 A 4 E 

H 2 1/19/1990 B 12 N 



CHH 1 1/15/1990 A 3 N M25 
CHH 1 1/26/1990 A 1 C N M20 



H 2 1/06/1990 B 1 N C60 
S 2 1/06/1990 C 1 N 



am 1 1/10/1990 A 4 E 
S 2 1/11/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/17/1990 A 4 E 
S 2 1/25/1990 B 1 N 



U.S. MEMORIES 



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SHORT-TERhOS CHIP AWAY FUTURE 

U.S. OLY^fPIC TRACK AND FIELD TRIALS 
SEE OLYWIC TRACK AND FIELD TRIALS 

U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 

SEE ALSO MAIL-ORDER BUSINESS 

IMPRWED MAIL SERVICE UOR'TH DaiVERY TRIAL 

PRICE TOO HIGH, POSTAL SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE TELLS CARRBOR'O 

POST OFFICE SEARCH HAY RtOPEN 

CARRBORO CAR'RIERS TO MOVt TO RaiEVE OVERCROWDING 

U.S. F'RESIDENTS, N.C. VISITS 

PRESIDENT BUSH TO VISIT CttftRLOTTE fEXT MONTH 
PRESIDENT BUSH TO VISIT N.C. FRIDAY 

U.S. SAVINGS BONDS 

TAX-FREE BONIS, IF... 

U.S. SENATE, OUTSIDE INCOC 
SEE U.S. CONGRESS, HONORARIA 

U.S. SENIOR (^'EN H3LF TOUWA^ENT 
SEE ALSO mS 
PINEHURST'S FAVORITE FOR '94 SENIOR OPEN 

U.S. SUPREJ€ COURT 

TENURE RULING UPSETS DUKE OTICIAL 

TENURE RULING UPSETS DUKE OFFICIAL 

TENURE ANTI-CONFIDENTIALITY RULING GETS MIXED REVIEWS IN DURWitl 

WHAT'S CHAr«ED SINCE KING DIED? 

TENLIRE RUING IS mm 

SUPRE^E COURT TO REVIEW CASE OF WILMINGTON GE WHISTLEBLOWER 

THCRNBURG SUIT ADDRESSES ISSUE OF ASBESTOS IN PUBLIC BUILDINGS 

UNITED WAY, HJRHAH 

SEE DURH^ UNITED WAY 

UNITED WAY OF AJCRICA 

SEE ALSO DURHAM UNITED WAY 
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS FIND TRIANGLE RESIDENTS GENEROUS GIVERS 

UNIVERSITY FORD 

COUNCIL OKS BUYING BALLPARK SITE OFTION 
CITY WON'T BE STUCK IF CAR DEALER CLOSES 
LEGAL SNAG UNTANGLED 
COUNCIL SCORES BIG RUN FW f£U BASEBAU PARK 

UNIVERSITY LAKE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 
WATERSHED STANDARD TOO HARD TO MEET, PLANNER SAYS 
COMMUNITY CENTER SITES DISCUSSED 
SUBDIVISION GETS PRELIMINARY OK 
BOARD SETS 5-ACRE AVERAGE AT UNIVERSITY LAKE 
FIRtI PENS DEFENSE OF FINDINGS ON UI-nVER-SITY LAKE PR-OTECTION 
OWASA LINK TO UNIVERSITY LAKI TO BE DISCUSSED 
COMMISSIONERS SEEK TO PREVENT ANOTVER ACRIMONIOJS MECTING 
USE PUBLIC MEETING TO LEARN, NOT SHOUT 
OFFICIALS TO TACKLE WATERSHED EXTENSION 
WATERSHED RESTRICTIONS A POLITICAL DECISION, BILLIN6SLEY SAYS 

UNIVER'SITY MALL 

359 riAYS LEFT... 

UNIV. OF FLORIDA SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

IT'S official: SFIJR'RIER'S a GATOR 

FOUR BLUE DEVIL ASSISTANTS FOLLOWING SPURRIER TO FLORIDA 

UNIV. OF KANSAS SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

TOTO (ELIZABETH CIH) TRAVELS TO KANSAS TO TAKE m NO. 1 



H 2 1/18/1990 A 



S 2 1/02/1990 A 4 E 

CHH 1 1/11/1990 A 1 P N C62 

CHH 1 1/25/1990 A 3 P N C<i2 

Zm 1 1/31/1990 A 3 P N C62 



H 2 1/24/1990 B 5 
H 2 l/'30/1990 C 3 



H 2 1/24/1990 A 



H 2 1/12/1990 B 1 P N C49 



R 


n 


1/09/1990 A 


1 


N E33 


S 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 


N Yll 


H 


n 


1/14/1990 B 


1 


N N36 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 D 


5 


U 


H 


2 


1/20/1990 A 


4 


E 


H 


n 


1/23/1990 A 


1 


P N 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 D 


4 


N 



H 2 


1/17/1990 C 


1 N K65 


H 2 


1/03/1990 A 


1 C N R63 


S 2 


1/03/1990 C 


1 N 


H 2 


1/04/1990 A 


4 E 


S 2 


1/04/1990 A 


4 E 


m\ 1 


1/11/1990 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/11/1990 A 


3 P N C62 


CHH 1 


1/19/1990 A 


3 N 


CHH 1 


1/20/1990 A 


3 N M20 


CHH 1 


1/21/1990 A 


3 P N M25 


cm 1 


1/22/1990 A 


3 P N M25 


CHH 1 


1/26/1990 A 


3 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/27/1990 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/29/1990 A 


1 P N C62 


CHH 1 


1/31/1990 A 


1 N M20 


CHH 1 


1/02/1990 A 


2 P P C45 


H 2 


1/01/1990 D 


1 P N 


H 2 


1/02/1990 B 


3 N C49 


H 2 


1/17/1990 D 


1 N M88 



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UNIV. OF MARYLAND SPORTS, BASKETBAa 

REVAfiPEIi TER?S f€XT TEST FOR TAR HEELS 
TAR HEELS TO ICET REJUVENATED TERFS 
MARYLAND BUILIS LEAD, HOLDS OFF UNO, 98-88 
TERPS' WALT WILLIAMS OVERWHELMS HEaS 
GARY WILLIAMS TO TAP TERPS' POTENTIAL? 
'TIRED' BLUE DEVILS WHIP MARYLAND, 91-80 
WOLFPACK SCOROCS TERRAPINS 
N.C. STATE REBOIMIS AGAINST MARYLAND 

UNIV. (F N.C. 

SEE ALSO UNIV. ^ N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, ADMISSIONS 
MOVING OFFICES IWULD BE M)OD UNC DECISION 

UNIV. OF N.C, ADMINISTRATION 

JOfCS ABANDONS ATHLETIC VP FOR UNC IDEA 

UNIV. (F N.C, BUDGET 

2 STUDENT BODY PRESIDENTS BLAST BUDGET CUTBACKS 
UNC-SYSTEM STUDENT LEADERS TALK BUDGET 

UNIV. OF N.C, CHWCELLORS, SALARIES 

SHERIDAN PAID HIGt€ST S«J«Y IN (C SYSTEM 

UNIV. OF N.C, DRUG ABUSE (ALSO DRUG POLICY) 

SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL, STUDENTS, [RUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO URINALYSIS 
RANGE IN CAMPUS MJG VIOLATIONS PUZZLES UNC 
POLICE (WREST UNC STUDENT ON DRUG, WEAPON CHARISES 
ALCOHOL mUL SERIOUS PROBLEM, UNC OFFICIALS SAY 

UNIV. OF N.C, SPORTS AND ATHLCTICS 

JONES ABANDONS ATHXTIC VP FOR IM; I[£A 
StCRIDAN PAID HIGHEST SALARY IN NC SYSTEM 

UNIV. OF N.C. ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT GOVERNMENTS 

2 STUDENT BODY PRESIDENTS BLAST BUDGET CUTBACKS 
UNC-SYSTEM STUDENT LEADERS TALK BUDGET 

UNIV. OF N.C. BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

BOOSTERS' BOOKS NO SECRET, HARDIN SAYS 

JONES ABANDONS ATHLCTIC VP FOR UNC IDEA 

MOVING OFFICES WOUQi BE GOOD UNC DECISION 

AID FOR PART-TIME STUDENTS WON'T AFFECT UNC-CH 

STRENGTJO U^ffi£R'GRADUATE lAJRSING, EXPERTS TELL UNC OFICIALS 

LWIV. OF N.C. CENTER FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION 

'NATIVE EARTH' YIELIS TAR HEEL l«ITER:S/N,C PUBLIC TV 

'DEAR PHIL' (DONAHt£) CHOICE TO CELEBRATE A PUBLIC TV BIRTHDAY 

LWIV. OF N.C. EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL, RAMS CLUB 

UNIV. OF N.C. HOSPITALS 

UNC HOSPITALS ON SOCDULE DESPITE BLOOD SHORTAGE 
UNC HOSPITALS TO FIGHT FOR MEDICAID CHANGES 

UNIV. OF N.C. HOSPITALS, AIDS 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRE IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, N.C. CASES 
HOSPITAL APPROVES AIDS DRUG PROGRAM 

UNIV. OF N.C. HOSPITALS, EMPLOYEES 

HOSPITAL APFIWES AIDS DRUG PROGRAM 

UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL 

MOVING OFFICES WOULD BE GOOD UNC DECISION 



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p 


E 
D 


S 
E 
— DATE — C • 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 


2 

2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 


1/10/1990 D 
1/10/1990 D 
1/11/1990 B 
1/11/1990 B 
1/12/1990 C 
1/14/1990 C 
1/28/1990 D 
1/29/1990 D 


1 N L22 
1 N F25 
1 N L22 
1 P N F25 
1 P U F25 
1 P N C49 
1 P N M64 
6 P N A76 



S 2 1/16/1990 A 4 E 
cm 1 1/13/1990 A 2 P N S17 



H 2 1/21/1990 B 1 N 
CHH 1 1/30/1990 A 3 P N 



H 2 1/17/1990 D 3 N 



H 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 
H 2 



H 2 
CHH 1 



cm 1 

CHH 1 
S 2 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/13/1990 A 
1/19/1990 A 
1/19/1990 A 



1/13/1990 A 
1/17/1990 D 



1/21/1990 B 
1/30/1990 A 



1/13/1990 A 
1/13/1990 A 
1/16/1990 A 
1/23/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 



1/26/1990 D 
1/30/1990 A 



1 N 
1 N M70 
1 N S17 



2 P N S17 

3 N 



N 
P N 



N S17 
P N S17 
E 

N S17 
N S17 



6 P N H45 
6 P U W15 



CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 3 N S17 
CHH 1 1/12/1990 A 3 P N S17 



CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 1 N S17 
CHH 1 1/09/1990 A 1 N 317 
S 2 1/16/1990 A 4 E 



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SEE ALSO UNiy. OF N.C. 

SEE M.SO UNIU, OF N.C.-CHAF'EL HILL, MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 
PROFESSORS DESCRIBE ADHISSION I^«QUITIES 

UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, AWARDS 

JO^ES TO RECEIVE FACULTY SERVICE KUDOS 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL, MXET 

UfC FACES $2.8 MILLION BUDGET CUT 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CWra. HILL, HJILDIt« CONSTRUCTION 
SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, CONSTRUCTION 

UNIV. OF N.C.-OWa HILL, CONFEREICES 

LEAD HAZARD OVERLMKED FOR YE^S, hEALTH EXPERT SAYS 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CWftL HILL, CONSTRUCTION 

UNC, COLUMBIA PLAN TO BUILD $15 MILLION TELESCOPE IN CHILE 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL, DEMONSTRATIONS 
PANAftt PROTEST 

UNIV. OF N.C-CWra. HILL, EffLOYEES 

UNC (FFICIW-S DENY CONFLICTS OF INTEREST IN GRIEVANCE REVIEW 

UNIV. (y N.C, -CHAPEL HILL, FOOD SERVICE 

CHECKER'S PIZZA CLOSES ITS DOORS AFTER LOSING BID ON UNC CONTRACT 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL, GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 
UADDELL CLIENTS SEEK RESTITUTION 
UNC SEEKS TO RETWN UADDELL DONATIONS 
EUSIhESS RESEARCH FlMi CREATED 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL, C'RAttJATE TEACHING ASSISTANTS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, STUDENTS 
SEE ALSO l^IV. OF N.C, -CHAPEL HILL GR:ADUATE STUDENTS UNITED 
GRAD STUDENTS PLAN FORUM ON PAY FTOBLEMS 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., MINORITIES (KNERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCR'IMINATION 
SEE ALSO mW, OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, ADMISSIONS 
SEE ALSO IflgiV. CF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, STUDENTS, BLACKS 

SECOND BLACK FEMALE OFFICER HIRED 

NEtLY HIRED OFFICER HAD APPLIED EARLIER, COURT EXHIBIT SHOWS 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, RAMS aUB 

BOOSTERS' BOOKS NO SECRET, HARDIN SAYS 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CWra. HILL, SCHCLARSHIPS 
KING SCKJLARSHIP SEEKS e^IOWJCNT 
AID FOR PART-TIME STUDENTS WON'T l^fFECT UNC-CH 

UNIV. CF N.C.-CHAPEL Hia, SECmiTY POLICE 
SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CAWUS POLICE 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, SPEAKERS 
ACTIVISTS WARN AGAINST APATHY 
A QUESTION OF VALUES 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, STUKNT FEES 

INCREASED FEES, FUNDS TOP STUDENT LEADER'S' F'RIORITY LIST 
CONGRESS VOTES TO RETAIN CONTR-QL OVER' STUDENT FEES 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL, STUICNT GOVERNMENT 

INCREASED FEES, FUNDS TOP STUIOT LEADERS' F'RIORITY LIST 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPa Hia, STUDENTS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAF'a Hia, GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANTS 



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



CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 1 P N S17 

cm 1 1/15/1990 A 3 N 

CHH 1 1/10/1990 A 1 N S17 

0* 1 1/24/1990 A 5 N U80 

CHH 1 1/12/1990 A 5 N 

CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 3 P P T44 

CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 3 N S17 

Ct* 1 1/22/1990 A 3 N W57 



CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 1 P N M70 
CHH 1 1/01/1990 A 1 N M70 
Cf« 1 1/17/1990 A 7 P N 



CHH 1 1/16/1990 A 3 N S17 



CHH 1 1/10/1990 A 3 N S17 
CHH 1 1/11/1990 A 1 N S17 



CHH 1 1/13/1990 A 1 N S17 



CHH 2 1/05/1990 A 3 N 
CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 3 N S17 



CHH 1 1/13/1990 A 3 P N 
CHH 1 1/20/1990 A 3 P N 



CHH 1 1/22/1990 A 3 F N 
CHH 1 1/26/1990 A 3 N 



CHH 1 1/22/1990 A 3 P N 



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SEE ALSO 1*11 V. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL STUDENT CONGRESS 
PATIENCE, LOVE... PARANOIA 
STUDENTS CAN'T THINK 
LOFTY ENDEAWR 

ROMANIA HOLDS FOND iCMORIES FOR UNC STUDENT 
AID FOR PART-TIME STUItNTS WON'T AFFECT UNC-CH 
UNC STUDENTS RAISING FUNDS FOR STUDENT IN FLA. HOSPITAL 
STUDENTS WHO MAKE A DIFERENCE 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, STUDENTS, ALCOHCLIC BEVERAGES 
SEE ALSO ALCOHa CONSUMPTION 
POLICE ^REST UNC STUDENT ON DRUG, UEAFflN CHARGES 
ALCOHOL MORE SERIOUS PROBLEM, UNC OFFICIALS SAY 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CWPEL HILL, STUDENTS, BLACKS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. CF N.C-CHAF'EL HILL, MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 
PUBLIC, PRIVATE CAMPUSES IN STATE REPORT INCREASES IN BLACK STUDENTS 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HIU, STUKNTS, DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C., DRUG ABUSE (ALSO DRUG PaiCY) 
F-OLICE ARREST UNC STUDENT ON DRUG, WEAPON CHARGES 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CAMPUS GOVERNING COUNCIL 
SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-OHAPa HILL, STUDENT GOVERNiCNT 

UNIV. (F N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CAMPUS POLICE 
SECOND BLACK FEMALE OFFICER HIRED 

NEWLY HIRED OFFICER HAD APPLIED EARLIER, COURT EXHIBIT SHOWS 
UNC OFFICERS WIN PROMOTIONS, BACK PAY 
WIFE l«OTE BURLESON'S MEDICAL NOTE, NANCE SAYS 
EDWARDS HEARING DELAY rCNIED 
OFFICERS TESTIFY EDWARDS ENTRAPPED 
EDWARDS FELL THROJGH CRACKS, SHERMAN SAYS 
FAVORITISM A PROBLEM, NOT RACISM, ZUNIGA SAYS 
SUF'ER'VISOR SAYS RECORDING NOT INTENDED TO INCRIMINATE 
EDUARI6 CASE NOTES MULLED 
UNC POLICE CHIEF PLANS RETIREMENT 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CAREER PLANNING AND PLACEMENT OFFICE 
SEE UNIV. tF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL PLACEMENT OFFICE 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CHANCaLORS CLUB 

300 CHANCELLORS CLUB ALUMNI TAUGHT LESSON ON ACADEMIC GIVING 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE 
U(C BOARD REAPPOINTS DEAN CELL 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL CONTINUING EDUCATION CONFERENCE CENTER 
SEE UNIV. (F N.C.-CHAPEL HILL DIVISION OF CONTINUING BUCATION 
SEE miV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL WILLIAM AND IDA FRIDAY CB'fTER 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL DAILY TAR HEa 

TAR fCLE PARODY MARKS DUKE-UNC BASKETBALL CONTEST 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL DEPT, OF CHEMISTRY 
POLYfCR SCIENCE FOCUS OF SERIES 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY 

UNC, COLUMBIA PLAN TO BUILD $15 MILLION TELESCOPE IN CHILE 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO ADULT EDUCATION 
MCKTON NAI€D TO DIVISIO^J FTOT 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 
SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, RAMS CLUB 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL FACULTY COMMIHEE ON ATR.ETICS 
FACULTY TO CONSIICR ATHLETIC REFORM REF'ORT 



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CHH 1 
CHH 1 

cm 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



CHH 1 
OW 1 



1/06/1990 
1/09/1990 
1/13/1990 
1/13/1990 
1/23/1990 
1/26/1990 
1/28/1990 



1/19/1990 A 
1/19/1990 A 



N 
L 

P L38 
N D38 
N S17 
N S17 
E 



N M70 
N 317 



H 2 1/16/1990 C 1 N 



CI* 1 1/19/1990 A 1 N M70 



CHH 1 


1/10/1990 A 


3 N S17 


CHH 1 


1/11/1990 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


1/17/1990 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


1/20/1990 A 


1 N 317 


CHH 1 


1/22/1990 A 


1 N S17 


CHH 1 


1/23/1990 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


1/24/1990 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


1/24/1990 A 


1 P N S17 


CHH 1 


1/25/1990 A 


3 P N S17 


CHH 1 


1/26/1990 A 


3 N S17 


CHH 1 


1/27/1990 A 


1 N S17 



CHH 1 1/29/1990 A 3 P N D38 

CHH 1 1/13/1990 A 3 N 

CHH 1 1/18/1990 A 3 N S17 

CHH 1 1/27/1990 A 10 N 

cm 1 1/12/1990 A 5 N 

cm 1 1/12/1990 A 5 P N 

CHH 1 1/19/1990 A 3 P N S17 



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FACaTY APPROVES ATHLETIC REFORMS 
HARDIN BACKS REFORM 

UNiy. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL FACULTY COUNCIL 

FACULTY TO CONSIDER ATHLETIC REFORM REPORT 
FACULTY APPRtlVES ATR.ETIC REFORMS 
HARIUN BACKS REFORtf 

PROFESSOR'S DESCRIBE ADMISSION I^EQUITIES 
SPOTLIGHT ON A CLEAN SHOW 

UNIV. OF N.C.-OWPa HILL GRADUATE STUDENTS UNITED 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL Hia, GRADUATE TEACHIhffi ASSISTANTS 
GRAD STUDENTS PLAN FORUM ON PAY PROBLEMS 
6SU TO CONTINUE HIWER STIFeff) FUSH 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL miS BUREAU 
IVY TWER 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL PLACEMENT OFFICE 

INCREASED FEES, FUNDS TOP STUDENT LEADERS' F'RIORITY LIST 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL PROGRAM IN THE HUMANITIES 

300 CHANCELLORS CLUB ALUMNI TAUa^T LESSON ON ACADEMIC GIVING 
m: ADVENTlffES [£LVE INTO IDEAS 

Uf«V. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL SCTOOL OF .^ftJRNALISM 
DEAN AT UfC APF'OINTED TO HERALD BOAR'D 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HIU SCHOOL CF itDICIfC 
TESTING A NEW mUCtL HELPER 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SCHOtL OF MEDICIfC, PROGRAM ON AGING 
UHO CAN HELP WITH PERSONAL CARE'' 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CWtfS. HILL SCHOO. OF NURSING 

STRENGTf£N UNDERGRADUATE tAJR-SING, EXPERTS TELL UNC OFFICIALS 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CmPEL HILL SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 

ACCIICNTAL HYPOTfERMIA A WINTER THREAT TO ELDERLY 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 

EPA CHIEF VIEWS PREVENTION OF POLLUTION AS HOFt OF FUTURE 
LEAD HAZARD OVERIKJKED FOR YEARS, ^£ALTH EXPERT SAYS 
BJVIRONffifr; TOPE ON THE HORIZON? 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL SPORTS, BASKETBAa (MEN) 

TAR f€ELS REDISCOVER DEFENSE, SURGE TO 90-78 WIN OVER ODU 

SMITH KEEPS COOL AS MONARCHS GIVE TAR HEELS A SCARE 

WILLIAMS, TAR HEa RIDE WAVES TO 95-69 VICTORY 

POOR STARTS PROVING BIG STUMBLING BLOCK FOR SLUGGISH HEELS 

WILLIAMS, TAR HEELS RBLL OVER WAVES 

REVAMF'ED TERF'S NEXT TEST FOR TAR HEaS 

TAR fCELS TO HEET REJUVENATED TERPS 

MARYLAND BUILIiS LEAD, HOLIS OFF UNC, 98-88 

MYSTERIOUS MALAISE GRIPS UNC BASKETBALL 

TERPS' WALT WILLIAMS OVERWHELMS HEELS 

NOTHING TYPICAL ABOUT THE HEELS 

TAR FEaS FIND HCU TO HAVE FUN WITH GAME 

TAR HEELS' 'BEST GAME' TOO MUCH FOR CAVALIERS 

WILLIAMS HELF-S HEELS SHAKE SLUMP 

DUKE UNC: PROGRAMS PASSING IN THE NIGHT? 

DUKE, UNC HEN IN THE MIDItE SLIRFACE FOR CHAPEL HILL FRAY 

DUKE-UNC/HARD TO FIGURE THE ODDS WHEN OLD RIVALS CaLIDE 

TAR HEELS PICK BLUE DEVILS' PACKETS 

UNC SCALDS DUKE, 79-60 

'THE KING' RULES AS TAR HEELS RtlUT DUKE 

BLUE riEVILS CAN'T COPE WITH UNO'S PRESSURE 

TAR HEEL TURNAROUND 

TAR h£ELS' NEXT BIG ACC TEST WITH 'PACK TOMORROW 

SIZZLING TAR HEELS HIT THE R13AD 



S I T 

N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



CHH 
CHH 



1 1/20/1990 A 1 P N S17 
1 1/21/1990 A 1 P N 517 



cm 1 
cm 1 

CHH 1 
CHH 1 
CHH 1 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



1/19/1990 A 
1/20/1990 A 
1/21/1990 A 
1/21/1990 A 
1/21/1990 A 



1/16/1990 A 
1/29/1990 A 



3 P N S17 
1 P N S17 
1 P N S17 
1 P N S17 

4 E 



N S17 

N 



H 2 1/28/1990 C 



CHH 1 1/22/1990 A 3 P N 



cm 1 


1/29/1990 A 


3 P N D38 


cm 


1 


1/29/1990 A 


5 P N 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 D 


4 P N 


cm 1 


1/26/1990 A 


10 P N 


cm 


1 


1/19/1990 A 


5 D U 


cm 


1 


1/26/1990 A 


1 N 317 


cm 1 


1/23/1990 A 


8 N 


cm 1 


1/23/1990 A 


3 P N M20 


cm 1 


1/24/1990 A 


5 N LSO 


cm 1 


1/25/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/04/1990 B 


1 N L22 


s 


2 


1/04/1990 B 


1 N A76 


H 


2 


1/07/1990 C 


1 F N C49 


H 



i. 


1/07/1990 C 


2 P U M88 


s 


2 


1/08/1990 D 


2 P U A76 


H 


•7 


1/10/1990 D 


1 N L22 


s 


2 


1/10/1990 D 


1 N F25 


H 


n 


1/11/1990 B 


1 N L22 


s 


2 


1/11/1990 B 


1 U F25 


s 


2 


1/11/1990 B 


1 P N F25 


H 


2 


1/12/1990 B 


1 U L22 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 C 


1 U f188 


H 


2 


1/14/1990 C 


1 P N M88 


s 


2 


1/15/1990 D 


3 P U F25 


H 


2 


1/17/19<?0 D 


1 P U L22 


H 


2 


1/17/1990 D 


1 P N L22 


S 


2 


1/17/1990 D 


1 P N F25 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 P N L22 


H 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 N C49 


S 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 P U D18 


S 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


1 P N F25 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


1 P N 122 


S 


2 


1/19/1990 C 


3 U F25 


H 


2 


1/20/1990 D 


1 P N C49 



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TAR HEELS POUR IT ON, CORRAL UaFPACK/UNC TAKES ANOTHER STEP' 

•DT' RETURNEIi TO REYNOLBS, BUT TAR HEELS STOL£ THE SHOW 

DEACONS FACE HOT HEELS; BLUE DEVILS VISIT INDIANS 

NEVER COUNT SMITH'S TAK' HEaS OUT 

TAR hCELS CONTINUE MASTERY OF DEACS 

DEACONS FIND MOTIVATION, BUT STILL LOSE TO HEELS 

HEaS STARTING TO CLICK 

TAR HEELS' RICE STARTS TO COOK 

im ^£ELS TEACH LESSON TO THOSE WHO DOUBTED UNC 

TAR HEELS CLOBBER CLEMSON 

TAR HEELS TOG STRONG FOR TIGERS 

UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (WOMEN) 
DUKE-UNC WOMEN IN BENEFIT 
DUM, UNC WOMEN HIT COURT FOR CHARITY 
MORGAN'S LATE JUMPER LIFTS BLUE DEVIL WOMEN 
DUKE, UNC WOMEN FALL 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SPORTS, BASKETBALL, WOMEN 

SEE IWIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (WOMEN) 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SPORTS, FOOTOALL 

AFTER 1-10 SEASONS, BROWN MAKING CHANGES TO UNC STAFF 
JORIiiW JOINS UNC STAFF AS ASSISTANT HEAD COACH 
REEVES TO JOIN WOLFPACKi fiLSlOH PICKS UNC 
FOR MONTANA, ICi«RABLE COMEBACKS BEGAN AT KENAN 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HIU SPORTS, TE^ISION 
SEE SPORTS, TELEVISION COVERAGE 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL SPORTS, WRESTLING 

DANGEROUS CYCLONES TEST WOLFPACK, TAR HEEL WRESTLERS THIS WEEK 
GOT HIM 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL STUDENT COfSiRESS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAF'EL HILL, STUDENTS 

IhCREASED FEES, FUNDS TW* STUDENT LEADERS' PRIORITY LIST 
CONGRESS VOTES TO RETAIN CONTROL OVER STUDENT FEES 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL WILLIAM AND IDA FRIDAY CENTER 
MCKEON NA>€D TO DIVISION POST 

UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HIU YMCA 
PATIENCE, LOVE... PWWNOIA 

UNIV. OF N.C. -GREENSBORO 

UNCG PLANS KING OBSERVAiCE 

UNIV. OF VIRGINIA SPORTS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 
DEVILS TO RISK STFEAK VS. CAVS 
DUKE DUMPS CAVALIERS IN SCRAP AT CAMERON 

DUKE VS. uva: the real show gets under way 

VIRGINIA'S CROTTY GIVES DIKE FITS 
TAR HEELS FIND K3W TO HAVE FUN WITH GAME 
TAR HEELS' 'BEST GAME' TOO MUCH FOR CAVALIERS 
WILLIAMS HELP'S HERS SHAKE SLUW 
WAKE-VIRGINIA MATCHIF PITS TWO OLD FRIENDS 
♦FIRE' AND 'ICE' V0^ EVEN W/«M 

UNIVERSITY TOWER 

SEE ALSO HIGH-RISES 
UNIVERSITY TOtER IS STILL 75X LEASED 

UNWANTED CHILDREN 
SEE ABORTION 

UPTOWN (CIGARETTES) 

RJR SCRAPS TEST MARKETING OF CIGAR-ETTE AIMED AT BLACKS 
A TARGET THAT FIRES BACK 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


—DATE — C ■ 


-PG L P BYL 


IN ACC RACE H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


1 P N M64 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


1 U M88 


H 


2 


1/22/1990 B 


2 P N MSB 


S 


2 


1/22/1990 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


1/23/1990 B 


2 P N 


S 


2 


1/23/1990 D 


1 P N D18 


S 


2 


1/24/1990 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 


1/27/1990 D 


1 P N C49 


CHH 1 


1/27/1990 A 


4 P J 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 D 


1 P N C49 


S 


2 


1/29/1990 D 


4 P U D18 


S 


2 


1/18/1990 B 


3 P N A76 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


3 N F95 


H 


2 


1/21/1990 C 


3 P N F95 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 D 


4 N 



H 


2 


1/06/1990 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


1/16/1990 B 


1 N L22 


H 


2 


1/19/1990 B 


3 N B40 


H 


2 


1/28/1990 D 


1 P N C49 



H 2 
H 2 



CHH 1 

cm 1 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 
H 2 



1/07/1990 C 
1/10/1990 D 



1/22/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 



1/12/1990 A 
1/06/1990 A 
1/03/1990 D 



1/05/1990 
1/07/1990 
1/07/1990 
1/08/1990 
1/14/1990 
1/14/1990 
1/15/1990 D 
1/28/1990 D 
1/31/1990 D 



2 U F95 
1 P P 132 



3 P N 
3 N 



P N 



3 P N 



8 N 



1 D N F25 
1 P N L22 
1 U M88 
3 P U F25 
1 U H88 
1 P N H88 
3 P U F25 
3 N L22 
1 P N F95 



S 2 1/05/1990 A 1 P N E33 



2 1/20/1990 A 
2 1/29/1990 A 



1 P N 
4 E 



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L Y 
L P 



BYL 



SEE ALSO YC3UTH CORPS 
YOJTH aWS RECEPTION 

URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM 
SEE MASS TRANSIT 

l^INALYSIS 

SEE ALSO OJRmM, N.C., CITY EffflOYEES, DRUG ABUSE AND TESTING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUfTY StCRIFF'S ItPT. , DR'UG TESTING 

SEE ALSO KJRHAM POLICE DEPT., DR-UG TESTING 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C, DRUG AHJSE (ALSO DRUG P-QLICY) 

CHAPa HILL TO BEGIN PRE-HIRE, RW^DOM DRUG TESTS 

DLBWAM POLICE FACE RANDOM DRUG TESTS 

DURHAM POLICE PLAN DRUG TESTS FOR OFFICERS 

DRUG TESTING CALLED HIGHY ACCURATE 

FOaOUING POLICE LEAD, SHERIFF ALSO PLANS IftUG TESTING 

C0MPUO€M PONDER'S LAWSUIT 

USURY LAMS 

SEE INTEREST RATES 

UTILITY FEES 

SEE WATER AND SEl€R RATES, DURHAM 

VALENTINES 

SO tWAT IS 'IT'? VlieO VAL£NTINES 

VANCE AGAir^T SUBSTANCE ABUSE (VASA) 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE, F1<EVENTI0N 
VANCE RESIDENTS FORMING AtENCY TO FIGHT DRUGS 

'VANCE HIGH SCHCO. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYS) 
TIGERS DOWN VANCE 
TIGERS f«LD OFF V(WCE 

VANCE/GRANVILLE COmJNITY COLLEffi 

RIBBIT CAN BE DISSECTED WITH LITTLE MUSS OR FUSS 

VANCE-GRANVILLE COLLEGE W<WTS TO START CHOR(U£ 

TRACTOR-TRAILER CAB PART (^ CLASSROOM AT VANCE-GRANVILLE COMM, COLLEGE 



S 2 1/24/1990 A 3 P P T32 



CHH 1 


1/01/1990 A 


3 


N M70 


S 


2 


1/25/1990 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 


1/26/1990 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


1/26/1990 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


1/30/1990 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


1/31/1990 C 


5 


N K65 



H 2 1/15/1990 A 6 P N S56 



1/16/1990 C 1 N H60 



1/05/1990 B 
1/05/1990 C 



1/06/1990 B 
1/06/1990 B 
1/31/1990 C 



VANCE/GRANVILLE COWUNITY COLLEGE, GIRS AND FUND RAISING 

SEE ALSO F\m RAISING (SEE ALSO fWMES OF FUND RAISING PROJECTS i SP-ONSORING GROUPS) 



VANCE-GRANVILLE COfSllNITY COLLEGE ENDOWMENT FUND EXCEEDS $500,000 

VANCE/GRANVILLE C0^B1UNITY COLLEGE ENDOWJCNT FUND CORP. 

VANCE-GRANVILLE COMJNITY COLLEGE ENICUMENT FLIND EXCEEDS $500,000 

VANDALISM, N.C. 

NEW YEAR'S REVELER'S RUN AMOK 

VANS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAtES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
REQUEST FOR EXF'ANDED CREEDMOOR VAN SERVICE DIES 

'JETER ANS 

RALEIGH VETERANS' CEMETERY NEAR FUJL 

VICTIM RESTITUTION PLAN 

ROBBER PAYS VICTIM FROM DAMAGES 
OTHER SETTLEMENTS WE. 

VIDEOTAF'E 

30 WHAT IS 'IT'? VIICO VALENTI(€S 

VIETNAM SYNDROME 

SEE FTOT-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER 

VIETNAiCSE POT-BEaiED PIGS 
SEE ALSO PIGS 
TfC PIGS ARE COMING! 



1/20/1990 C 
1/20/1990 C 



CHH 1 1/03/1990 A 

H 1 1/18/1990 C 
H 2 1/30/1990 C 



1/05/1990 A 
1/05/1990 A 



1 P N E40 

2 P N P52 



1 P N T33 
1 N H60 
1 P N H60 



1 C N H60 

1 C N H60 
4 E 

1 N T33 

2 N 



1 N B53 
1 N B53 



H 2 1/15/1990 A 6 P N S56 



H 2 1/15/1990 B 1 N N36 



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yiLLAGE CENTER _ 

SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C., PARKING AREAS 

VILLAGE ELDERS 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 
ELDERS SERIES INaUDES MIDDLE EAST LECTURE 

VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO RIOTS 
SEE ALSO TERRORISM 
Tf£ PATTERNS CF VIOLENT DEATH 

VIRGINIA, ELECTIONS 

VA. INAUGURAL SIGN CF SOUTHERN HEALING 

VOLUNTEERS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM UNITED UAY 

SEE ALSO J.C. PENtCY GOLDEN RULE AWARDS 

FIVE VOLUNTEERS PRESENTED PENNEY GOLDEN RULE AUARIS 

'WE <«£ ON EARTH TO HELP ONE ANOTHER' 

VOLUNTEERS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNH, N.C, _ 

SORORITY KICKS OFF CAfff'AIGN TO REGISTD^ READING VOLUNTEERS 

VOLUNTEERS FOR YOUTH 

YOUTH ORGANIZATION NAhES 1990 OFFICERS 

ten (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

LEHER TARGETS BLACK LEADERS 
POLICE PROBE LETTER PROPAGANDA LINK 

UDC6-FM (DURHAM, N.C.) 

URDU, UQCK ARE Tl€ OVER<«J- FAVORITES/ ARBITRON RATINGS 

WRAL-TV (RALEIGH, N.C.) 
COMICS RIDE RADIO 
THE PRODUCER 

URDU (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

COMICS RIDE RADIO _ 

URDU, WICK ARE THE OVERALL FAVORITES/ARBITRON RATIf-H3S 

UXYC (UNC STUDENT RADIO STATION) 
LIKE, CAN YOU DIG IT? 

W. K. KELLOGG FOUNDATION 
TEEN-LINK NEEDS HELP 

UABASH EXPRESS STEAK HOUSE 

SOMEONE IN THE KITOCN WITH DIhER KNOU-HOU/' PAUNCH' AT THE UABASH 

WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST CO. 

TIGERS, UNICORNS LEAD WACHOVIA RACE 

WAKE FOREST UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 

SCOTT'S 36 LEAVES I£ACONS' COACH IN AUE, WAKE WITH AN0TI4R LOSS 

PACK HOLIS ON TO TOP DEACS 

BLUE DEVILS BOUNCE BACK WITH UIN OVER DEACONS 

DEACONS FACE HOT HEELS; BLUE DEVILS VISIT INDIANS 

DEVILS REBOUND, [CHOLISH [£ACONS 

TAP: HEELS CONTINLt MASTERY OF DEACS 

DEACONS FIND MOTIVATION, BUT STILL LOSE TO HEELS 

WAKE-VIRGINIA MATCHUP PITS TWO OLD FRIENDS 

WAL-MART DISCOUNT STORE 

WAL-MART ROLLOUT COSTS RttElOi 



CHH 1 1/08/1990 A 2 N 

CHH 1 1/23/1990 A 4 E 
CHH 1 1/17/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/12/1990 C 3 N K65 
H 2 1/25/1990 A 6 P N S56 



CHH 1 
CHH 1 



cm 1 

CHH 1 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



CHH 1 
H 2 



1/29/1990 A 



1/10/1990 A 



1/13/1990 A 
1/18/1990 A 



1 P N C42 
3 N 



1 N U57 
3 N 



H 2 1/19/1990 D 20 P U M60 



1/05/1990 D 
1/11/1990 A 



1/05/1990 D 
1/19/1990 D 



1/29/1990 A 



1/08/1990 A 



2 1/19/1990 D 



2 1/11/1990 B 



1/07/1990 C 
1/19/1990 B 
1/21/1990 C 
1/22/1990 B 
1/22/1990 D 
1/23/1990 B 
1/23/1990 D 
1/28/1990 D 



21 U M60 
6_P N S56 



21 U M60 
20 P U M60 



3 P N D38 

4 E 

10 P R C09 
3 N B40 



3 N M88 
1 P N M88 

1 N L22 

2 P N M88 

3 P U F25 

2 P N 

1 P N D18 

3 N L22 



2 1/26/1990 B 4 N 



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L9C STUDENTS RAISING FLINDS FOR STUDENT IN FU. HOSPITAL 

UALLTOWN EBUCATIONAL ADVANCBCNT CENTER 
SEE ALSO AT-R:ISK CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO liMm CITY SCHOaS, DROPOUTS 
A CHANCE FOR CHOICES 



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A 3 P N S17 



S 2 1/20/1990 C 1 P N Yll 



"WAR ON DRUGS" 

SEE DRIJG ABUSE, PREVENTION 

WASHINGTON, D.C. 

A CRACK IN BARRY'S FUTIKE 
WHY JACKSON MAY NOT RUN 

WASHINGTON (N.C.) DAILY ^€US 

WASHINGTON DAILY fCWS WINS KEY NCFA AWARD 

WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANTS 

SEE SEWAGE TT<EATf€NT FIANTS, OJRHAM 
SEE WATER AND SEWER LINES, MJRHAM COMY 

WATER AND SEIER CUSTOICR SERVICE DIVISIW 
SEE WATER AND ^UER RATES, IWWtfl 

WATER AND SEWER LINES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, PUBLIC WORKS COiflllTTEE 
SEE ALSO SBM£ TREATt€NT PLANTS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO WATER AND SEWER LIfCS, DURHAM COUNTY 
COJNCIL Ff^EL OKS CONTR-QVERSI^ SEICR LINE FOR TREYBURN 
COUNCIL RELl£TANTLY OKS TREYBURN SEWER LINES 

WATER AND SEl£R LI^ES, DUWAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO WATER AND SEiER LINES, Dlfl5HAM 
TREYBURN SEWER LINE GETS PANEL'S NOD 
CITY GIVES OK FOR SEWER LIf€ NEAR' RESERVOIR 

WATER AND SEWER LIhCS, ORAf«£ COUNTY 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, WATER AND SEWER LINES 

WATER AND SEIER RATES, DUR'HAM 

AVOIDING TAX INCR-EASE FOCUS OF CITY HEARING 

CITY COIMIL ^€AR•S MO^£Y REQUESTS, BOND PACKAGE ADVICE 

WATER CONSERVATION 
DIRT DILEMfW 
BUT SERIOUSLY, IT'S A COMMODE UM.IKE ANY OTfCR 

WATER F'RESSURE 

FlANfER-S OK EXPANSION FIANS FOR HlCi\ SCHOOL 

WATER QLIALITY 

SEE ALSO CLEAN WATER ACT (FEDERAL LAW) 
SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 
SEE ALSO WATER AND SEWER LIh£S, DURWW 
SEE ALSO WATER AND SEWER LINES, IWWAM COUNTY 

WATERSHED STANDARD TOO HARD TO MEET, FIANNER SAYS 

SEVEN MILE RESERVOIR SITE DEBATE BREWS 

LOCAL GROUP TO MONITOR ENO WATER QUALITY 

TEST WELLS TO DETERMINE WATER QUALITY 

RILES WOULD LIMIT GROWTH NEAR RESERVOIR'S 

USE PUBLIC MECTING TO LEARN, NOT SHOUT 

EXPANDED LITTLE RIVER MEETINGS PLAf*0 



H 2 1/22/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/27/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/19/1990 A 6 N 



H 2 1/09/1990 B 1 N R63 
S 2 1/18/1990 C 1 N C61 



S 2 1/09/1990 A 11 N 
H 2 1/18/1990 C 1 N R63 



H 2 1/12/1990 C 1 N R63 
H 2 1/17/1990 C 2 N R63 



S 2 1/15/1990 C 1 P N H65 
CFW 1 1/16/1990 A 3 P N C62 



CHH 1 1/12/1990 A 3 N C62 



CHH 1 


1/11/1990 A 


1 P N M20 


CHH 1 


1/14/1990 A 


1 P N M20 


H 2 


1/16/1990 C 


3 N 


H 2 


1/23/1990 B 


8 N 


S 2 


1/25/1990 B 


1 N H65 


CHH 1 


1/27/1990 A 


4 E 


CHH 1 


1/30/1990 A 


3 N M20 



WATERSHED 

SEE WATER AND SEWER LINES, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE WATER QUALITY 



UAHS HOSPITW. 
CHANGES 



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SEE GEORGE UAHS SCHtWL 
THE WAY UE tERE <COLUW) 

SEE ALSO mam, n.c, history 

COUNTRY aUB WEATHERED Tt€ GREAT DEPRESSION 
DURHAM'S CARR >£LPED FOUND FAMOUS COASTAL RESORT 

WEATHER, CHAPEL HILL 
DOWN ON T(€ JOB 
SUNNY DAYS im MONDAYS 
G(€EN THJMB 
WINTER W^OMALY 

UEATVER, OJRHAM 

SEE ALSO COLD ICATHER, DWiHAM 
SEE ALSO RAI^FALL, DURHAM 

1980'S WERE A WILD DECADE FOR WEATfCR 

ODD liEATHER MAKES f€MORABLE HOLIDAYS 

SPRING IN JANU(«Y 

SF'RING FEVER? 

WEATHER, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ^ft^ICA^€S 
ERRANT JET STREAM IS BLAMED FOR COLD AND WET DECEMBER 
PERSON COMMISSIOICRS ADOPT 'ADVERSE WEATHER POLICY' 

WEAVER DAIRY ROAD (CHAPa HILL, N.C.) 

'I'M ON T}£ BOAT, F11L UP T}£ GANG PLANK' 

WEBB/WIHENBERG VENTURES (NAME CHANGED TO WEBB/DURHAM VENTURES) 
CITY PtLICE HEAIQUARTERS MIHTT MOVE 

WEDDING A^B|(IVERSARIES 
GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY 

WEIGHT CONTROL 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
YO-YO DIETS ARE HAWFUL 
THII^ING THIN 

WELFARE REFORM 

SEE ALSO JOB tPPO^TUNITIES AND BASIC SKILLS (XBS) 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT, OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

WAYS TO BEGIN WELFARE REFtSyi IS SUBJECT OF TODAY'S MEETING 

PROGRAM SEEKS TO REDUCE NEED FOR WELFARE 

TRAINING OFFERS A ROAD OUT OF POVERTY 

WELLS 

DUKE WANTS TO CHECK 8 MORE WELLS 
TEST WELLS TO DETERMINE WATER QUALITY 

WE'RE NO ANffiLS (FILM) 

ITS f^ EXCELLENT FILM— TO SEE IN PURtJATORY/'WE'RE NO ANGaS' 

WEST HILL AVENUE (HILLSBOROUGH, N.C.) 

WEST HILL AVE. FmJECT LIKELY TOPIC FOR TOWN BOARD TONIGHT 

WEST POINT MILL 

WINTER AT WEST POINT 

WEST POINT ON TIC ENO 
SEE WEST POINT MILL 

WESTCOURT (NAJC CHA^«5ED TO PAVILLION ON FRANKLIN) 

REVIVED WESTCOURT TO TARGET 'UPSCALE' MARKET— DEVELOF-ER 

WESTERN CAROLINA UNIV, SPORTS, FOOTBAa 

STRAWi LEAVES WO) POST, TAKES OVER DUKE DEFENSE 



S 2 1/01/1990 C 
S 2 1/15/1990 C 



CHH 1 1/21/1990 A 

cm 1 1/23/1990 A 

cm 1 1/24/1990 A 

an 1 1/26/1990 A 



S 2 1/01/1990 A 

S 2 1/01/1990 A 

H 2 1/18/1990 C 

S 2 1/18/1990 C 



H 2 1/03/1990 C 
H 1 1/03/1990 C 



CHH 2 1/07/1990 A 
H 2 1/05/1990 A 
S 2 1/08/1990 B 



S 2 1/03/1990 B 
H 2 1/07/1990 E 



1 P V 

1 D U 



1 P P L38 
1 P P L38 
3 P P L38 
3 P P L38 



1 P N A76 

1 N A76 

1 P P M66 

1 P N Yll 



3 P P K30 
1 N 



4 E 

1 P N R63 

2 P P 



1 D N 
1 P N S56 



H 2 1/16/1990 C 2 P N C60 
S 2 1/16/1990 B 1 P N H65 
H 2 1/17/1990 D 9 N C60 



S 2 1/20/1990 A 1 N E33 
H 2 1/23/1990 B 3 N 



H 2 1/05/1990 D 15 P R S66 

CHH 1 1/C8/1990 A 3 P N W57 

S 2 1/10/1990 B 1 P P S76 

CHH 2 1/05/1990 A 1 N M70 

H 2 1/12/1990 B 1 P N C49 



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TW.ENT SEARCH TABS SCIENCE SCHOOL SENIOR'S 

t£STW)OD CDETERY 

SEE CARRBORO, N.C., CEfETERIES 

tETLANBS 

GRANT TO F\m FLffl^IDA ICTLANCS STUDY 

ICYNCXJTH ESTATE 

SEE FRIENDS OF l€YM3UTW 

WHISTLEBLOWERS 

SEE ALSO CORRUPTION IN a)t.€RN«ENT 
SLf-REffi COl«T TO REVIEW CASE (F UILMIM3T0N GE IWISTLEBLtftER 

tWITE LIGHTNING 
SEE MOONSHIfC 

WHITE SIFREMACY 

WE m> BREED CF WHITE RACISTS 

WILD GAME „, 

WAYS Omff TO HALT DECLIfC OF RABBITS, QUAIL, GROUSE IN N.C, 

WILLIE M PROSVlMS 

mn^ SETS TO KEEP FIWDS FOR f©(TALLY ILL 

WILSON PARK I£VELOP^ENT CO. ^ 

JJK3E KILLS LAWaJIT AGAINST ICVELOPtCNT COMPANY PRESIIOT 

WINSTON CUP RACING CIRCUIT 
S-EE ALSO STOCK C^ RACING 
DIXON WANTS BLACKS IN NASCAR 

WINSTK^SALEJI STATE LWIV. SPORTS, BASKETBAa 

EAGLES SHIf« IN SPOTLiaHT; 'BIGHME' REMAINS AT 799 

WINTER 

SEE SEASONS (SEE ALSO N^^S OF mmS) 

UINTERFEST 

SEE ALSO rW<E l^IV., FESTIVALS 

'CARMINA BU^<WA' CENTERflECE IN CONTEifl^R/«Y CRTS FESTIVAL 

WIRETAPS 

CHAR-NS CLAIMS PARTIAL WIN OVER FBI 

WOMEN, ABUSE 

SEE BATTERED W0^OI 

WOfO, ALCOHOLISM 

WOMEN FiafTING ADDICTIONS TELL T^£IR STORIES 

WOMEN, BATTERED 

SEE BATTERED WOfCN 

U0^O, EMPLOYMENT 

SEE EMFIOYMENT, WOfEN 

WOMEN, MILITARY 

N.C. l.fflMAN CITED BY WHITE HOUSE 
ARtfY ACTION SEXIST ON COMBAT AWARD 

WOMEN, MILITARY COMBAT 

CHAPTER 3! THE CAPTAIN BRAY STORY 

IT'S NOT A WOMAN'S FIGHT 

Ua€N SOIHERS CHAFE AT PRAISE FOR CAPT. BRAY 

WOfO, PRIESTS 

PAT}^ TO F-RIESTHOTD PROVES CIRCUITOUS 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 1/26/1990 C 1 N 



H 2 1/25/1990 B 1 N D80 

H 2 1/23/1990 A 1 P N 

H 2 1/07/1990 D 4 E 

H 2 1/26/1990 B 8 N 

S 2 1/19/1990 A 2 N H65 

CHH 1 1/24/1990 A 1 N C62 

S 2 1/16/1990 C 5 P N H06 

H 2 1/21/1990 C 1 N E64 

H 2 1/07/1990 E 8 N 

H 2 1/31/1990 C 1 P N S82 

S 2 1/08/1990 B 1 D N S27 



H 2 1/04/1990 A 1 P N T33 
S 2 1/06/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/09/1990 A 1 N 
H 2 1/09/1990 A 4 E 
H 2 1/25/1990 A 3 P N 



S 2 1/30/1990 A 8 P N S27 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 



WONEN OF ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO YUCA, DURHAM 
nMOR YWCA CHANGES BLOCK AWARDS PROGRAM 
GROIP'S LOYALTY FOR Y UORTHY ACHIEVEMENT 

WOMEN ON THE VERK OF A fCRVOUS BREAKDOWN (FILM) 
THAT LADY OF SPAIN/ALMOICVAR'S 'WOhEN' 

W30LW0RTH'S (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

6F£ENSB£M)'S 1960 SIT-IN CELEBRATION SET 

WOCLWORTH'S (VCST (WIN ST.) 

DOWNTOWN STORE CLEARED AFTER CLOTHES CATCH FIRE 

CLEARING OJT Tf£ SMOKE 

LWZO MASSEY RETIRES FROM l*)OLUORTH'S KITCHEN 

WORD OF MOUTH TRIANGLE RESTAURANT AND MARKET GUIDE FOR 1990 (BOOK) 
SEE ALSO RESTAIKANTS, DURHAM 
TRIANGLE DINING, BY T)€ B(MK 

WOR'KERS' BILL OF RIGHTS (SUN STORY) 

SEE ALSO IWRHAM WMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 
PUBLIC fCARING PLANO ON W)RKERS BILL OF RIGHTS 
C01M;IL SWXO reject ^WRKERS bill OF RIGHTS 
DIVERSE GROIP W3RKII« FOR SOCIAL ^TICE, PEACE 
PROPOSED IWRKER'S BILL (M^ RIGHTS HEARING SET TCfJIGHT 
CITY ACCUSED OF UI^AIR, ILLEGAL LABOR PRACTICES 
SCARING 

WORKING TOGETHER (COLUl*)) 

TRLIE ADULTHCBD RATES WELCO^E 

LITTLE RESOLUTIONS FOR CHANGE 

MISFIACED SEX MEANS TR-QUBLE ON VM FRONTS 

STORYTELLING IN WORK PLACE? USE YOl« OWN EXPERIENCES 

WORTHLESS CHECKS 
SEE BAD DECKS 

WRITERS, KIRHAM 

POETRY, SWKT STORIES PROVIDE COLORFUL SESSION FOR FRIENDS 

WRITERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BOOKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO THIS NATIVE EARTH: A CELEBRATION OF N.C. LITERATURE (TV SHOW) 
OPPORTUNITIES FOR BURGEONING WRITERS ABOUND IN ^EW YEAR 
'NATIVE EARTH' YIELDS TAR HEEL WRITERS/N.C. PUBLIC TV 

YMCA, t^lIV. OF N.C.-CmPEL HIU 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAFG. HILL YMCA 

YWCA, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM 
MAJOR YWCA CHANGES BLOCK AWARI6 F'ROGRAM 
GROUP'S L0Y/!1TY FOR Y WORTHY ACHIEVE^ENT 

YWCA, DURHAM, BUILDING 
SEE YWCA, DURHAM 

YWCA COALniON fTJR BATTERED ^a]^EN 

SEE ORANGE/DURHAM COALITION FOR BATTERED IWMEN 

Y. E. SMITH SCHO(L 

ELLIS BEGINS NEW YEAR AT SMITH SCHOOL POST 

DR. ELLIS CALLS TRANSITION A 'GREAT DAY' 

NEW PRIhCIPAL DESERVES CHANCE AT Y.E. SMITH 

Y.E. SMITH SCHOOL PARENTS CALL ELLIS SWITCH A BLUNICR 

SMITH SCHOOL PARENTS CALL ELLIS TRANSFER A 'BLUNICR' 

DR. ELLIS ASKS FOR CHANCE TO PROVE ABILITY TO GROUP 

SMITH PARENTS (€ET WITH ELLIS 



S 2 1/18/1990 A 1 P N S27 
S 2 1/19/1990 A 4 E 



H 2 1/12/1990 D 19 P R L59 
H 2 1/28/1990 B 1 P N 



S 2 1/02.'1990 B 1 N B53 
H 2 1/03/1990 C 4 P P S76 
S 2 1/04/1990 A 6 P F S27 



H 2 1/16/1990 A 6 P N S56 



s 

S 

s 

H 
H 
S 


2 
2 

n 

2 
2 
2 


1/24/1990 A 
1/25/1990 A 
1/26/1990 A 
1/30/1990 C 
1/31/1990 C 
1/31/1990 C 


1 N C61 
4 E 
6 P N 659 
1 N 
1 N R63 
3 P P C45 


H 
H 
H 
H 


2 

n 

2 
2 


1/07/1990 E 
1/14/1990 E 
1/21/1990 E 
1/28/1990 E 


4 U 

5 U 
4 U 
3 U 



H 2 1/21/1990 D 3 P U H45 



H 2 1/14/1990 D 
H 2 1/26/1990 D 



3 U H45 
6 P N H45 



S 2 1/18/1990 A 1 P N S27 
S 2 1/19/1990 A 4 E 



s 


2 


1/02/1990 A 


1 P H Yll 


H 


2 


1/03/1990 C 


1 P N C47 


S 


n 


1/03/1990 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/09/1990 A 


1 N C47 


S 


n 


1/09/1990 A 


1 N Yll 


H 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


1 N C47 


S 


2 


1/10/1990 A 


1 P N Yll 



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STOP BATTLING THE PRINCIPAL 

FAISON'S LEAICRSHIP ABILITY ALSO ON J\€ LINE 

YELLOWSTO^E NATIONAL PARK 

DESTRUCTIVE FIRES AT YELLOWSTONE HAVE A POSITIVE SIDE 

YOKEFELLOW PRISON MINISTRY OF N.C., INC. 
'IE ARE ON EARTH TO HELP ONE ANOTHER' 

YOUTH CORPS 

SEE ALSO URBAN CORPS EXPANSION PROJECT 
YOUTH CORPS RECEPTION 

YOUTH SPORTS (AIOLESCENT SPORTS) 
SEE ALSO BASKETBAU 
SEE ALSO SOUTH DURHAM YOUTH LEAGUE 

DURHAM REC DEF'ARTICNT REACHES OUT TO YOUTH 

GILLESKIE OVERSEES GROWING PROGRAMS 

ZAFA SHRIf€ TE^fPLE 
NEW OFFICERS 

2ALES (JEl€LRY STORE) 

PCLICE LOG/DETECTIVES HAVE aj^tCT IN STABBING 

ZONING LAWS 

SEE ALSO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C., LAND-USE PLAN 
SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY, N.C, ZONING LAW 
SEE ALSO SFtCIAL USE P-ERMIT 
LEGAL SNAG W^TANGLEIi 

PR-OJECTS PANEL DICKIRS OVER TRAFFIC RULE 
ERUIN SQUARE DEVaOPERS SEE NOOSE IN ORDINANCE 
PROPOSED ZONING RtJLE Uff AIR TO DEVELOPERS 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C H='G L P BYL 

H 2 1/12/1990 A 4 E 
S 2 1/13/1990 A 1 E 



S 2 1/22/1990 C 1 N 
H 2 1/25/1990 A 6 P N S56 

S 2 1/24/1990 A 3 P P n2 



S 2 1/02/1990 B 6 P N M06 
S 2 1/02/1990 B 6 N t106 



S 2 1/25/1990 C 5 P P C45 
H 2 1/11/1990 C 1 N M51 



H 2 1/04/1990 A 4 E 

S 2 1/10/1990 B 1 N C61 

H 2 1/11/1990 A 1 N R63 

S 2 1/12/1990 A 4 E 



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