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THE LIBR,4RY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 



CR071.5 
D96i 

l-lay-Dec. 
1981 



UNIVERSITY OF N.C AT CHAPEL HILL 



00040646220 



^P^ FOR USE ONLY IN 

■^THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION ] 



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Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



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An index to: 

Uurlioin horning Jftralb 
THE DURHAM SUN 



Subject Index 

May - December 

1981 



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



IND-EX is a guide to articles 
and photographs in the local 
and regional editions of the 
DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
and THE DURHAM SUN. It is 
published in monthly issues 
and in an annual cumulated 
volume by the Herald-Sun 
newspapers. 



SCOPE OF INDEX: 

All the items concerning 
events, people and places in 
North Carolina, as well as 
selected items of regional 
interest are included in IND- 
EX. National or international 
news is included only when it 
specifically features North 
Carolina or a person from the 
state. 

Editorials, letters to the 
editor, obituaries and any local 
Herald-Sun by-lined materials 
are included regardless of sub- 
ject. Local display ads are 
indexed on a selective basis. 
Generally not included are syn- 
dicated columns, wire service 
features, marriage and birth an- 
nouncements, legal notices and 
routine sports scores. (A list of 
regular columns and features 
appearing in the HERALD and 
the SUN appears on Page iii of 
this publication.) 



INDEXING DEPTH: 

Names of individuals are in- 
dexed when quoted heavily, the 
subject of a news story or fea- 
ture, or noteworthy for some 
reason. Multiple subject head- 
ings are assigned to each item 
based on important names, 
words or concepts that appear 
in the article or are implied by 
it. Whenever possible, subject 
headings are specific rather 
than general (e.g. "Cattle 
Rustling" not "Animal 
Thefts"). 



When necessary, sub-head- 
ings are used to make broad 
headings more specific (e.g. 
"Durham County Commission- 
ers, budget" or "Fires, Dur- 
ham"). Cross-references are 
used to guide the user to the ap- 
propriate headings. See refer- 
ences point from invalid head- 
ings to correct ones. See-also 
references indicate related 
headings. 



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. 

For filing purposes acronyms 
and initialisms precede words 
or phrases. Within word groups 
commas precede characters 
(e.g. "N.C., state employees" 
precedes "N.C. Dept. of Agri- 
culture"). In general, numerals 
precede letters (e.g. "Wil- 
mington 10" precedes "Wil- 
mington ABC Board"). Hy- 
phens 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 sub- 
ject. For each a headline is pro- 
vided along with symbols iden- 
tifying the name of the newspa- 
per, edition, date, section, page, 
type of item, reporter by-line 
and type of illustration. (Expla- 
nations of the symbols appear 
on the following pages.) 



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Key To Symbols Used in IND-EX 



NP (Newspapers) 

H DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
S THE DURHAM SUN 



ED (Edition) 

listed, (regional) 

2 2nd (final) ed. (local) 



SEC (Section; 



PG (Page) 



TYP (Type) 

A Advertisement 

B Profile 

E Editorial 

F Feature 

G Features in a Series 

H Editorials in a Series 

I Calendar/ Schedule 

J Commentary 

K Commentary in a Series 

L Letter to the editor 

M Map 

NNews 

Obituary 

P Photo 

Q News in a Series 

R Review 

S Review in a Series 

T Cartoon 

U Column 

V Column in a Series 

W Literary Works 



ILL (Illustration) 

C Chart or Graph 
D Drawing 
MMap 
P Photo 
T Cartoon 



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BYL (By-line) 

A15 ADAMS, ALLISON 

A20 ADAMS, JACK 

A51 ANDERSON, JEAN B. 

A54 ANDREWS, MARK 

A68 ARGES, VIRGINIA 

B26 BERMAN, RITA 

B30 BEST, KIM 

B51 BONDS, LOU 

B61 BOSWELL, CARL 

B71 BROILI, SUSAN 

B81 BROWN, PAUL 

B93 BURK, RICH 

C09 CARSON, AL 

C19 CARVER, VEN 

C56 COOPER, CHARLES 

DOS DAMIANO, TERESA 

D18 DASCENZO, FRANK 

D21 DAVIS, BURKE 

D43 DIXON, WYATT 

D71 DRUM, KEITH 

E46 ELLIOTT, JIM 

E93 EVANS, JOHN 

F25 FEATHERSTON, AL 

F30 FERRELL, RON 

F57 FOWLER, DEBRA 

F68 FREDERICK, DON 

F78 FRIEDMAN, BARBARA 

G09 GARRETT, NANCY 

G19 GARTE, GERRY 

G33 GENTRY, JERRY 

G43 GERMING, HUGO 

G53 GILKESON, BILL 

G68 GREENBERG, BLUE 

G72 GREUP, ERNIE 

G78 GRIFFIN, LIB 

H04 HAMMOND, SHARON 

H09 HARRELL, CARLTON 

H19 HASWELL, JOEL 

H39 HIGGINS, ED 

H45 HODGES, BETTY 

H49 HODGES, ED 

H55 HOLLINGSWORTH, HARRY 

H60 HOLMES, JACK 

H68 HOWARD, ALISON 

H99 HYMAN, JAY 

J06 JALUVKA, LYNN 

J25 JEFFRIES, CHARLES 

J50 JONES, H. G. 

J52 JONES, JULIE 

J58 JONES, RICHARD 

J66 JOVA, CAROL 

K90 KREUZWIESER, MARK 

L25 LEE, BILL 

L30 LEE, ELEANOR 

L34 LEE, ELIZABETH 

L41 LITTLE, LOYD 

L57 LOUGEE, GEORGE 

M04 MCADAMS, KATHY 

M09 MCPHERSON, KATHRYN 

M19 MCQUAY, JOE 

M23 MARKELL, MARY 

M27 MERRITTS, JOAN 

M51 MICHAEL, KAMMIE 

M56 MICHAELS, GAIL 

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M66 MOORE, HAROLTf '°'^'^^ 
M68 MOORE, MALVIN 
M71 MORRIS, RON 
M90 MULLEN, MARTHA 
N25 NEAL, KATHY 
N99 NYGARD, MARGARET 
054 O'NEAL, AMY 
P07 PACE, LEE 
P45 PLAISANCE, PAT 
P66 PURCELL, TRIP 
R09 RAINS, JOHN 
R56 ROGERS, V. C. 
R61 ROSSER, ANNA 
R66 ROTH, JOHN 
R71 ROULE, BOB 
R76 ROUSE, MIKE 
R81 ROWE, CHARLES 
R91 RUMPLE, TONY 
S09 SATTERFIELD, CAROLYN 
S19 SCOTT, RACHEL 
S36 SHERRILL, BOB 
S41 SHIPE, ERNIE 
S45 SINK, JOHN 
S51 SMITH. BILL 
556 SMITH, DEBBIE 
S66 SMITH, R. C. 
S71 SOLES, RICHARD 
S76 SPARKS, JIM 
S81 STAGG, BILL 
S83 STOVALL, MELINDA 
S86 SUMPTER, JACKIE 
S91 SWAIM, RON 
S96 SWARINGEN, ELIZABETH 
T37 THORNTON, JIM 
' T89 TRAYNOR, BILL 
U57 UPCHURCH, KEITH 
V05 VANCIL, PAUL 
W09 WALL, DON 
W14 WARREN, MARION 
W21 WEBB, MEN A 
W24 WEFING, HENRY 
W36 WHELESS, AL 
W45 WILLIAMS, GARLAND 
W55 WILSON, BOB 
W60 WILSON, JIM 
W66 WISE, JIM 
XOl MCQUAY & BOSWELL 
X02 RUMPLE & THORNTON 
X03 RUMPLE & SPARKS 
X04 KREUZWIESER & DAMIANO 
X05 KREUZWIESER & O'NEAL 
X06 FRIEDMAN & MICHAEL 
X07 PACE & SWAIM 
X08 RUMPLE & HYMAN 
X09 MOORE & THORNTON 
XIO ANDREWS & MICHAEL 
XI 1 MARKELL & HOWARD 
X12 FERRELL & KREUZWIESER 
X13 FRIEDMAN & BROWN 
X14 WHELESS & MARKELL 
X15 DAMIANO & FERRELL 
X16 STOVALL & KREUZWIESER 
X17 UPCHURCH & FERRELL 
X18 STOVALL & UPCHURCH 
X19 GILKESON & VANCIL 
X20 COOPER & SPARKS 
X21 STOVALL & FERRELL 



Regular Columns and Features 



Feature 



ABBY 

AFTER HOURS 

AFTER THE DEADLINE (HARRY ROLLINGS WORTH) 

ANN LANDERS 

BOOK COLUMN (BETTY HODGES) 

BULL'S EYE 

COOK'S CORNER 

CREATIVE DESIGNS (PATTERNS) 

DAILY BREAD (PURNELL BAILEY) 

DURHAM COUNTY FARM CORNER (CARL HODGES) 

EARL WILSON 

ERMA BOMBECK 

THE EYE 

FILM PROJECTIONS ( AL FEATHERSTON) 

FOLKS AROUND HERE 

FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT 

FREE OF CHARGE (SUSAN BROILI) 

FRIDAY 

GAIL MICHAELS 

GARDEN CLINIC 

GOREN ON BRIDGE (CHARLES GOREN) 

HANDICAPPED MAILBAG (BETTE ELLIOTT) 

HELOISE II 

HOUSE OF THE WEEK 

LITERARY LANTERN (WALTER SPEARMAN) 

MERLE ELLIS-THE BUTCHER 

MINI-MOVIE REVIEWS 

ORANGE FARM NEWS (EBERT PIERCE) 

PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

PEOPLE IN BUSINESS 

PEOPLE'S PHARMACY (JOE GRAEDON) 

PLANTS IN THE HOME (ELVIN MCDONALD) 

R.C. SMITH 

SCIENCE, MEDICINE NOTES 

SCOREBOARD (SPORTS SCORES) 

SERIES OF SKETCHES OF DURHAM AND HER 

CITIZENS (WYATT DIXON) 

SHEINWOLD ON BRIDGE 

SOAP OPERA SCENE 

THE SOUTHERN GARDENER (W.L. HUNT) 

SPORTS FINE PRINT (SPORTS SCORES) 

SPORTS MONDAY 

STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS 

SUNDIAL 

SUNSHINE SPECIAL 

$UPER SAVER (JAN LEASURE) 

TV WORLD 

TEENS 

TRAVEL (RITA BERMAN) 

TRIANGLE CALENDAR 

WEATHER 

THE WEEKEND GARDENER (LIB GRIFFIN) 

WHIRL 

WHIRL CALENDAR 

WORKING WOMAN (NIKI SCOTT) 

THE YOUNGER SET 



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•□REAM' PLA^£: N.C. 



PILOT sets WISH COMF TKUt 



GttOCERY STORE 



I H GR ILL (Mf 3ANE . N.C. ) 

flRE nAHACES GRILL IN MEBANE 

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ROOPTnp THIEVES HIT STOPES 
POLICE PROEE ". BREAK-INS 

[ P ICHAP6L HILL. N.C.I 

FAST TALKERS TAKE MONEY, POOD PRO" 

[ P IEA5T f-AIN ST. 1 

TWO 0U8MA1 STORfS MILL CLOSF SATu"OAY 
A C P TO CLOSE ^ DURHAM STORES 

t P (MlLLSPQROUGH RQiOl 

Two DURHAM STORES WILL CLOSE SATURDAY 
A C P TO CLOSE 2 DURHAM STORES 

r r STATE UNIV. 
SEE N.C. ACT STATE UNIV. 

BAIL "ONOS 

STATE RECOMMENDS AGAINST PROSECUTION 
OFFICIALS WILL NOT PROSECUTE BAILIFF 

: 1A»E»ICAN PROAOCASTING CD.l 

ABC VISITS '^ULLS. FANS TONIGHT 

A CLEANER LINEUP 

NCAA COnTRACT RULES LIMIT OPTIONS FOR ABC 

A=C'S HALFTIME SEGMENT IRRITATES CLEMSON OFFICIALS 

DRANGF BOWL, CLEMSON, ABC OFFICIALS SPAR 

CLEMSON BLASTS ABC REPORT 

CLEMSON: AIRING REPORT IMPLIED ALLEGATIONS TRUE 

ABCS OF JOURNALISM 

NCAA WIRED ITS OBJECTION OF INTERVIEWS 

SENATORS URGE ABC TO AIR DOCUMtNIARY 



ABC PQARO 
SEE N.C. 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 



ABC »O^DING CO. 

STATE RECOMMENDS AGAINST PROSECUTION 
OFFICIALS WILL NOT PROSECUTE BAILIFF 

ABC LAWS 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SOME PA»,EL MEMBERS Say LOGOS SHOULD aE BANNED 

HOUSE VOTES TO DELAY SPEEDY TRIALS SPEEDUP 

HAZARDOUS WASTES BILL ADVANCES TJWARD SENATE VOTE 

SENATE REVERSES BEER VOTE AFTFR FINDING IT HITS CLOSE 

N.C. SENATE PASSES TICKET QUOTA BAN 

DUKE MINISTER BACKS BILL TO RAISE DRINKING AGE 

RELIGIOUS BIAS "AY COST CLUB LIQUOR PERMIT 

LIOUOP LAW GUES INTO EFFECT JAN. I 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHILE THE CAT'S AWAY. . . 

ABC STORE (CHAPEL HILL ROAOI 

ARMED ROBBERS hIT ABC STORE 

ABC STORES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON/GRAHAM ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ABC 

SEE ALSO JOSEPH SCHLITZ BREWING CO. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

SEE ALSO WINE 

YOUNGSvILLE ABC STORE IS ROBBED 

WARTIME SHIPMENTS CAUSED STAMPEDE 

ABC STORE SLATED FOR MEBANE AREA 

MAW RIVER TO VOTE ON ABC STORE 



"ABSCAM" INVESTIGATION 



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ABSCAM 

SEE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, 

ACE CONTRACTORS 

CONTRACTOR IS CONVICTED 
CONTRACTOR GETS J-YEAR PROBATION 

ACTION 

SEE ALSO PEACE CORPS 

MAN NAMED TO ACTION POST 

SEE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 

"see ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS FOR WOMEN I A I AW 1 

AMTRACK 

SEE ALSO RAILROADS 

ATRAK: BILLIONS FOR SENTIMENTALITY 

AMTRAK SERVICE IN N.C. BACKED BY BRAOSHAW 

4 N.C. PASSENGER TRAINS SEEN SURVIVING CUTBACK 

APAC-CAROLINA, INC. 

DECISION DUE ON PAVING BID 

DELAWARE FIRM AGREES TO PAY STAlc »1.9 MILLION 

ARMCn INTERNATIONAL 

VISIT UNIVERS'TY 

AICO CORP. 

RE2CNING DENIAL IS RESCINDED 

AwaCS electronic SURVEILLANCE PLANES 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES 
SEE ALSO SPIES 

SALE OF PLANES Dubious deal 

•AIG ICARTOONI 

waiting for THE AWACS DEAL ICARTOONI 
FAMOUS WASHINGTO.N MEMORIALS ICARTOONI 
FOES OF PLANES SALE ARE BEING INTIMIDATED 
HELMS, EAST PRAISE VOTE ON AWACS 
gueST FOR MIDEAST PEACE NEVER-ENDING 
THE AWACS WITCH SPEAKS ICARTOONI 
THE PEACE PROCESS ICARTOONI 

ahOL 

SEE MILITARY, AWOL 

A. L. STANPACK MIDDLE SCHOOL 

SEE STAN8ACK MIDDLE SCHOOL lORANGE CO.. N.C.I 



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A'l INSuflANCE -aAfaGLE: fOR AGENTS, 
N.C. LECISLAr.lR SEEKS OPINION 

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HOSPITAL PLANNING NEw AOOII 



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AQANnCNEO CHILDREN 

SEE CHILD ABANDONMENT 

ABBOTT CPEFK IN. C.I „ „,., 

HERCUOy IN LAKE SAID REPORTED 

MERCURY LEVELS NOT TOO HIGH 

MERCURY LEVEL LP IN CREEK 

ABPREvIaTIONS 

LINGUISTIC HORRORS 

ABDOMINAL PREGNANCIES 
SEE PREGNANCY 

ABORTION 

SEE ALSO SIRTh control 

SEE ALSO birihs. Illegitimate 

SEE ALSO Childbirth 

see also Childless couples 

III ALSO NlnnML abortion rights action league inarali 

SEE ALSO N.C. RELIGIOUS COALITION FOR ABORTION RIGHTS 
SEE ALSr' N.C. ,>IGHT-n-LIFE, INC. 
SEE ALSn PLANNED PARENTHOOD 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

BIOLOGICAL PARENTS TREATED CALLOUSLY 

AeOBIION BILL VOTE DELAYED IN N.C. SENATE 

PUZ!L1NG CuESMON 

abortion: THE CENTRAL ISSUE 

SENATE OKS PILL ON ABORTION NOTIFICATION 

APOPTION-NOTIFICATION BILL REVISED _ 

COUNTERATTACK BEGINS ON KaORTIONS "cASuRE 

NHTICF OF aPOPTIONS MAY HAVE 3A0 EFFECTS 

A-ENCMENT LEFT ON ABORTIONS NO T I F I C A J I ON BILL 

A?CRTION-NOTICE BILL BUTCHERED^Y LEGISLATORS 

OUTLAWING A'^ORTION WOULD LEAD TO TYRANNY OF wOMEN 

A .fAK ARGUMENT FOR HIDING AbORTIONS 

STATE SENATE OK ■ i ABORTION MEASURE 

ALLOWING ABOkTION IS MORAL SUICIDE 

'fspcnsIBUITY REDUCES THE NEED FOR ABORTIONS 

^EEp"^r|cS A30PTIGNS HIDDEN FROM PARENTS 

A»G»I10N A WOMAN'S CHOICE 

ABJPTION PICKETS PROTEST AT CLINIC 

ABORTION ICARTOONI 

CONSERVATIVES FOrfCE VOTE ON ABORTION 

TTuChcr AaoflllON RULES PASS SENATE 

'DIVEST BIOLOGY OF SENTIMENTALITY' 

DAUGHTERS SHOULD BE FREE TO DECIDE 

JOHN East/north Carolina congresj iOnal cluo 

EAST FAILS TO CLEAR UP CLOUDY ISSUE 

PRO-ABORTION GROUP HALTS FUND DRIVE 

APOPIION NOTIFICATION BILL 'S SIDETRACKED 

C0»: 'HUMAN LIFE BILL' ATTACK ON CONSTITUTION 

PRO-LIFE GROUP TARGETS N6AL . , _ ^„.^^,,., ,cc,,c 

LAW PROVIDES INEFFECTIVE FORUM FOR RESOLVING THEOLOGICAL ISSUE 

GOP STATE FUNDS PLAN DEFEATED „„„,,„. -...,= 

EAST BEFEOEE IN FIRST ROUND OF ABORTION BATTLE 

mFThoDISTS WON'T FIGHT ABORTIONS 

APORTICN AND "U"AN RIGHTS „,^.,-„ 

hElmS' abortion bill SHOULD BE PROTESTED 

GIRLS- STATE TO DISCUSS ABORTION 

SFN. CAST'S ABORTION BILL SHOULD BE WITHDRAWN 

PARENTS' RIGHTS ABUSED 

•GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIvE M£ MITOSIS' 

CONTINUING A TRAGIC CYCLE 

ABORTION "ONEY KEPT AS STATE RuDGET OK'D 

DAUGHTERS HAVE RIGHT TO ABORTIONS 

THE PROBLEMS OF TEEN-AGERS AND ABORTION 

HUMAN LIFE HILL A RATIONAL REMEDY 

t3J!-Li?"i°TURE^'REDlt?aiCTING. GAS TAX SETTLED; BUDGET STILL HAS HOLES 

THE LEFT AND THE ABORTION ISSUE 

CARTOON A SLAP IN FACE , „ ^,_ 

IHR PRO-CHOICE POSITION ON ABORTION BEST 

EAST WANTS 'EVIOENCF' FROM NOMINcE TO COURT 

SCRAP IRONY 

ALAMANCE, STATE AT OOOS ON ABORTIONS 

LIBERALS ADVOCATE FREE CHOICE ON ABORTION 

HUMAN LIFE BILL A SAD COMMENT ON VALUES 

ALAMANCE RE-AFFIRMS VOTE ON ABORIIONS 

ALAMANCE ABORTION STAND MAY BECOlE » , JE ^L^ J^ P . t e too m r 

ALAMANCE ABORTION CHALLENGE MAY PROVIDE TEST CASE FOR N.C. 

DARE TURNS DOWN ABORTION FUNDS 

COURT HAY RESOLVE ABORTION DISPUTE 

ALAMANCE ABORTIONS ISSUE REMAINS UNRESOLVED 

abortion: slaughter FOR PROFIT 

DFPAwTMENT Shifts abortion funds 

MORROW DEFENDS FuNDS TRANSFER 

ALAMANCE ENDS ITS CHALLENGE OF ABORT ONS 

PAVILION OFFEOS COUNSELING ANO ABORTION 

THEY AID WOMEN WITH UNWANTED PREGNANCIES 

NETWORK OF PEOPLE WILL "ELP TEENAGER COPE w IT H PREGNANCY 

RTP SCIENTIST FEARS GLOBAL EFFECT OF «BCR 11 ON DEB ATE 

abortion: scientist fears oebate will affect third worlo 
east can't have it both ways . . ,, ,, 

FalwELl: anti-abortion DRIVE LIKE CIVIL RIGHTS 
BUDGET AMENDMENT WOULD LIMIT FUNDS FOR ABORTIONS 

N.C. ABORTION OPPONENTS RENEw STATEWIDE CAMPAIGN 

INTEREST IN ABORTION ISSUE SEEN GROWING IN N.C. 

'ABSOlUle TRUTH ETERNAL' 

PRO-ChOICF people AREN'T BLIND TO PAIN 

WATERGATE PROSECUTOR CRITICIZES hElmS. EAST 

FACTS DON'T FIT The ABORTION 'PICTURE' 

SFLFISHNeSS AND ABORTION 

COALITION SUPPORTS RIGHT TO CHOOSE ABORTION 

BURDEN OF UNWANTED PREGNANCY 



6/2<./ei A 15 

T/D'./ai A ". 

12/20/91 A 13 



H 2 9/07/81 



**^SEE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



ABSENCE OF MALICE IFILMl 

JOURNALISTS, LIKE OTHERS, 



"ABSCAM" INVESTIGATION 
COME IN MIXED OUALITITES 



ABSENTEE BALLOTS 

ABSENTEE BALLOTS "EAOY 

AIRPORT BONO REFERtNOUM ABSENTEE BALLOTS AVAILABLE 

ABSOLUTE ZERO 



5/01/91 
5/01/91 
5/0^/81 
5/0<./91 
5/05/91 
5/07/81 
5/03/81 
5/08/81 
5/09/81 
5/lI/ai 
5/11/91 
5/12/Bl 
5/14/81 
5/16/81 
5/16/Bl 
5/18/91 
5/18/91 
5/20/91 
5/21/91 
5/21/81 
5/22/81 
5/22/81 
S/ZI/Sl 
5/25/91 
5/26/81 
5/23/81 
5/29/81 
6/02/91 
6/0<./81 
6/10/81 
6/1 1/81 
B/lt/Sl 
6/I'./ei 
6/16/ai 
6/13/81 
6/18/81 
6/23/81 
6/29/81 
7/0 1/31 
7/02/81 
7/03/81 
7/03/91 
7/0i/81 
7/05/81 
7/10/Bl 
7/12/91 
7/12/91 
7/16/81 
7/19/81 
7/19/91 
7/20/81 
7/22/81 
7/27/91 
7/28/91 
7/29/91 
7/31/81 
7/31/81 

a/08/ni 

3/09/81 
3/11/91 

a/20/ni 

3/25/81 
3/29/81 
9/02/91 
9/07/81 
9/03/91 
9/09/ai 
9/11/81 
9/12/91 
9/14/81 
9/19/Bl 
10/03/91 

u/u/ai 

11/2C/81 
11/21/91 
11/22/81 
ll/2'./9I 
12/05/81 
12/09/91 
12/09/91 
12/11/91 
12/27/81 



". T T R56 



2 
13 
13 

5 



13 
I 



B30 
B30 
B30 



H 2 11/28/81 A «.• 



S 2 12/29/°l 
H 2 12/30/81 



MONTHLY/AN MU 



INDEX 

w/31/ni 



N.C. STaTE LAPS AT AbSOLUTE ZFKO 

ABUSED kOiIEN 

SEE BATTEBED HOIEM 

ACADEMIC FPEEDOM 

SEE ALSO CENSORSHIP 

SEE ALSO FIRST AMENDMENT 

SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF THE PRESS 

OUR FREEDOM ISN'T FREE 

SANFORO NOT 'ThF BOSS* 

FIGHTING CENSORSHIP 

ACADEMIC TENURE 

SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO JOB niSCBIMINAT ION 

SEE ALSO PROFESSORS. U.S. _ ,, „, 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HiLU. FACULTY. TENURE 
FACULTY DEG»tF RULE CREATES UNCERTAINTY 
UPGRADING OF FACULTIES AN IMPORTANT BEGINNING 
TENURED PROFESSORS ARE NOT IN TRQUaLc 
MORE MOMEN SAY TENURE NOT APPLIED CONSISTENTLY 
NON-TENURED UOMEN FACULTY AT UNC CITE LACK OF SUPPORT 
TENURE PROPOSAL RAPPED 
TENURF RULES CHANGES PROPOSED 
DECREE EAPEC'ED TO AFFECT NCCU FACULTY SLIGHTLY 

ACCEPTANCE 

EVERYBODY NEEDS IT 

ACCIDENTS. AIRPLANES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. JETS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANE MALFUNCTIONS 
SEE ALSO DRUGS. SMUGGLING ,, , „ ..c 

VETERAN PILOT DIES IN CRASH OF FOREST SERVICE AIRPLANE 

PLANE CRASHES; FOUR INJURED 

TMO CRITICAL AFTER PLANE CRASHES ON TAKEOFF 

PROFESSORS HURT IN CRASH 

PILOT OF CRASHED PLANE DIES 

PLANE CRASH VICTIM DIES , ,„ .,,, 

REPLACING AIRPORT URGED BY CHAPEL HILL COUNCIL 

MAN INJURED I^ PLANE CRASH 

PLANE-CAR CRASHES MAY BE CONNECTED 

PLANE CRASHES AT BANNER ELK 

AIRPLANE SEVERS POWER LINE 

PLANE CRASHES NEAR ROXBOKD 

THREE ARE HURT IN PLANE CRASH 

FIVE DIE IN PLANE CRASH 

SMALL PLANE CRASHES: 2 KILLED 

CRASH VICTIMS ARE IDENTIFIED 

CROP DUSTER DIES IN CRASH 

THREE CLAIMS STILL UNSETTLED FROM • T, CRASH 

AIRPLANE LANDS ON BELLY AT RDU 

CHAPEL HILL PLANE CRASH INJURES MAN 

PILOT FROM MARYLAND INJURED IN CRASH NEAR CHAPEL HILL 

PLANE CRASH KILLS PILOT IN WASHINGTON. N.C. 

PLANE CRASH SUIT DISMISSED IN FORSYTH 

PLANE WRECKAGE FOUND 

ACCIDENTS. AIRPLANES. U.S. 
SEE ALSO AIRLINE DEATHS 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES. "NEAR MISSES" 

FALSE FIRE WARNING LIGHT FORCES AIRLINER TO LAND 

TAR HEEL DIES IN CRASH 

DURHAM NATIVE. 2 OTHERS DIE IN PLANE CRASH 

RITES TODAY FOR CRASH VICTIM 

ACCIDENTS. ASPHYXIATION 

MAN DIES. II HURT IN GAS ACCIDENT 
GAS FUMES KILL MAN IN LEE 



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ACCIDENTS. AUTO. OURH 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC 
WOMAN DIES AFTER 
ACCIDENT SCENE I 
WOMAN KILLED IN 
MOTORIST SHOT AT 
TINGEN IN SAIISF 
DUKE LAW STUDENT 
JOLENE'S STORY Ti 
S.C. MOTORIST MA 
CAR STRIKES. KIL 
WRECK INJURES MA 
WOMAN HIT BY CAR 

Two-car ACCIDENT 
Three hurt in cr 
cars collide, in 
car-train crash 
paramedic hurt i 
7 persons hurt i 
ellis road cross 
ATTACK Causes wr 

SERVICES ARE hEL 
ACCIDENT VICTIM 
AUTO ACCIDENT HUl 
WRECK HURTS wOMA 
CRASH HURTS TRUC 
9-YEAR-nLO GIRL 
FIRE TRUCK. VAN 
MAN INJURED IN A 
GIRL IN HOSPITAL 
pnclCE PROBING T 
5 HURT IN DURHAM 

anxeoRO child in 

HIT-AND-RUN VICT 
MAN ARRESTED AFT 
2 KILLED. 6 HURT 
MAN TO FACE CHAR 
WOMAN CRITICALLY 
MANGUM STREET wfi 
CAR SLAMS INTO P 
DEATH BY VEHICLE 
OFFICER CHARGED 
MASON CHARGED IN 
OFFICER GIVEN WR 
DRIVER ARRESTED. 
MAN Dies FROM IN 
TOSSED SALAD 
CARS COLLIDE 
HEART ATTACK CAU 
DRIVER FREED FRO 
MAN UNHURT IN AC 
PARKWOOD OFFICIA 
HEART ATTACK APP 
I HURT IN ACCIDE 
PSD IS CONTINUIN 



AM 

EATHS. DURHAM COUNTY 

COLLISION 
N DURHAM 
ACCIDENT 
, HITS TREE 
ACTORY CONDITION AFTER SHOOTING 

DIES IN SINGLE-CAR ACCIDENT 

END IN China 

KES A HIT WITH HIGH SHERIFF 

LS MAN 

N 

IN DOWNTOWN DURHAM 
ASH 

JURIES SLIGHT 
KILLS 2 DURHAM STUDENTS 
N WRECK 

N TWO-CAR CRASH 
ING GETS TOP PRIORITY 
ECK IN DURHAM 
D FOR WILLIAMS 
CRITICALLY INJURED 
RTS WOMAN 
N 

K DRIVER 

IS STRUCK BY CAR 
COLLIDE 
CCIDENT LISTED IN STABLE CONDITION 

AFTER HIT BY CAR 
WO ACCIDENTS 

JURED IN HIT-ANO-RUN 
IM IN STABLE CONDITION 
ER ACCIDENT 

IN COLLISION 
GES IN WRECK 

INJURED IN MAnGUM street WRECK 
ECK VICTIM REMAINS CRITICAL 
OLE 

CHARGED 
IN WRECK 

WRECK DEATHS 
ECK TICKET 

RELEASED 
JURIES 

HURT 

SeS DEATH 

M WRECK 

CIOENT 

LS SAVE 3 PERSONS FROM ACCIDENT 

ARENTLT CLAIMS WRECK VICTIM 

NT 

G ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION 



S 2 5/11/Sl 
H 2 10/12/31 
H 2 U/19/81 



S 




8/26/Sl 


A 1 


N 


X12 


s 




3/27/61 


A 4 


E 




s 




a/27/91 


C 1 


N 


K90 


s 




10/12/91 


C 1 


N 




s 




10/16/81 


A 1 


N 


M23 


H 




12/12/91 


A 5 


N 


M23 


s 




12/H/81 


B 5 


N 




H 




12/11/91 


C 1 


N 


W2'. 


H 


2 


7/21/91 


A 1, 


U 


G33 



H 2 


5/16/81 


B 


10 


N 




S 2 


6/0'i/91 


A 


1 P N 


E46 


H 2 


6/06/81 


A 


1 


N 


£46 


S 2 


6/06/81 


A 


3 


N 




S 2 


6/08/81 


c 


I 


N 


M04 


H 2 


6/09/91 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


6/09/91 


B 


1 


N 


E46 


H 2 


6/18/81 


a 


4 


N 




S 2 


6/18/91 


c 


10 


N 




H 2 


7/17/91 


c 


4 


N 




H 2 


7/17/81 


c 


4 


N 




S 2 


7/2'./91 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/25/81 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/15/31 


A 


5 P P 




H 2 


3/30/91 


A 


20 


N 




H 2 


3/31/81 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


9/09/91 


a 


16 


N 




H 2 


9/15/91 


B 


14 


N 




H 2 


10/06/91 


A 


3 


N 




S 2 


10/31/91 


A 


1 P N 




H 2 


ll/Dl/91 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


11/02/91 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


12/20/81 


c 


4 


N 




S 2 


12/29/81 


c 


3 


N 





H 2 5/22/81 A 10 

H 2 9/05/91 A 5 

H 2 10/18/91 A 1 

S 2 10/19/31 C 1 



S 2 12/22/91 A I 
H 2 12/23/91 A 10 



5/01/91 

5/01/91 

5/01/91 

5/19/91 

5/18/81 

6/05/91 

6/19/91 

6/23/ni 

7/13/91 

3/10/81 

a/12/81 

a/20/91 

3/20/31 

3/21/91 

9/02/81 

9/05/31 

9/06/81 

9/09/91 

10/04/31 

10/05/91 

lD/07/81 

10/D8/81 

10/08/81 

10/16/81 

10/19/81 

10/19/81 

10/19/31 

10/19/91 

10/21/31 

10/23/81 

10/25/91 

10/26/91 

10/29/31 

11/D2/91 

11/02/91 

11/05/91 

11/05/91 

11/05/81 

11/06/91 

11/06/91 

U/06/81 

11/07/91 

11/07/81 

11/20/81 

11/21/81 

11/25/81 

11/25/81 

U/27/31 

U/27/81 

11/29/91 

11/30/91 

12/07/91 

12/09/81 



MONTMLY/4 " N U J L 



CmSH ulLtS NOHLIN* nOMJN 

.aecu TURNS OUT SOME CITY lIOhIS 

EvaCU'TICN is POeCAUTION 

fu','\.iru"dd\rAii. IT -»s . ^.Lse »LA.H 

ICT DUKHi" 9a»0S CAUSE 23 ACCI06STS 
90 »PM Cm»SE FVOS "IT" UHECK 
riOXlN IN uaECK HOSPITALIZED 

POLICE Charge xan apter accident 

*CCIDENTSi AUTO. OuflMAM COUNTY 

SfI ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, OURhAM COUNTY 

T-0 PERSONS iu»T ON I-8-^ AS C»R. T»0 TRUCiCS COLLIDE 

2 HURT IN aBlOGE COLLISION 
CAR LANDS IN TREES 

THREE NAVY -EN DIE IN hIOHNAY COLLISION 
I-8S WRECK KILLS Three NAVY HEN 
<■ INJURED IN IuRham mRECK 

3 .RECK VICTI-S IDENTIFIED 

« INJURED IN uRECK , „„,,,c 

CAR FLIPS OVER AFTER HITTING BRIDGE 

HAN STANDING IN ROAD KILLED „„-,, 

b.O"AN SERIOUSLY INJURED IN REO-OOD RO. UKECK 

•?^^?i'Kl'LL'EH:M£SEE'^!iLlEo'lfl"?lASH AT REDWOOD ROAD 

ANOTHER DIES FROH hRECK 

STATE OFFICIAL 'LEADS GUILTY 

JAMES GOAHA" PLEADS GUILTY TO .RECK CHARGE 

AUTO ACCIDENT SNARLS TRAFFIC ON I-aS 



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PAf.E 4 

1/lO/Oi 



BY WRECK 



ACCIDENTS. AUTO. N.C. 

SEE ALSO HIT-AND-RUN DRIVING 

SEE ALST TRAFFIC DEATHS. N.C. ,,^. , 

'"0R"£R UNC PUNTES PARALYZED IN ACCIDcNT 

uric FOOTBALL PLAYER PARTIALLY PARALYZED 

T.O STILL IN HOSPITAL 

CAR STRIKES 3 IN Chapel HILL 

1 KILLED. 3 INJURED IN AUTO ACCIDENT 

2 DIE. FORMER PROFESSOR HURT IN WRECK 
CAUSE OF FATAL WRECK IS UNDETERMINED 
CONCITICN IS IMPROVING 
MAN CRITICAL AFTEP WRECK 
DRIVER Charged IN TRAFFIC OEaTm 
PLANE-CAR CRASHES MAY BE CONNECTED 
MAN STRUCK BY CAR DIES OF INJURIES 
DURHAM YOUTH KILLED IN WAKE C^UNTY CRASH 
WRECK KILLS I. HURTS 2 
UMPIRE INJURED IN .RECK 

Two hENPERSON men KILLED IN CAR CRASH 
Two DIE. ONE HURT IN OAFORD ACCIDENT 
VANCE .PECK KILLS "AN FROM R.I. 
.OMAN OFFERS HELP. IS KILLED 
UNIOENTIFIEO ?ODY FOUND ON ROAO 
hFNOEPSCN .OMAN STABLE 

GRANVILLE MAN. 25. KILLED IN CAR WRECK 
POLICE SEEKING DRIVER IN WRECK 
CAR ACCIDENT PARALYZtS UNC BASEBALL STAR 
RFTO'S PARAL<SIS SAID PERM.nENT 

unc plans auto safety program 

athletes' accidents spark concern 

wreck near greenville kills 20-year-old man 

safety push needed 

Three are killed in g»ah*m wreck 

hit-ano-run driver kills 2 

three girls victims of hit-run driver 

man arrested in hlt-and-run 

four ?ie on n.c. 53 in heao-on collision 

chapel hill man dies in crash 

hILLSBORQL/GM man KILLED IN COLLISION 
RITES TOMORROW F^R VICTIMS 
MAN DIES OF aCCIOENT INJURIES 
MAN P'JLLcD OUT OF BURNING CAR 
AEEROFEN WOMAN AMONG SIY FaTalITIES 
OFFICIALS IDENTIFY ACCIDENT VICTIM 

1 KILLED. ^ HURT IN CRASH 
CRASH CLAIMS aTh life 

N.C. HOLIDAY ROAD TOLL CLIMBS TO 13 
JURY: CM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR WRECK 
DURHAM NATIVE DIES IN 2-CAR COLLISION 
NATIVE OF DURHAM IS KILLED IN WRECK 
SINGLE-CAR WRECK KILLS hIllSBOKOUGH wOMAN 
RITES TODAY FOR ACCIDENT VICTIM 
WBECK INJURES MOTORCYCLE RIDER 
PERSON TEES DIES IN AuTO ACCIDENT 

TRAGIC WRECK Shocks franklin residents 

THREE TEEN-AGERS KILLED IN YAOKIN COUNTY 
BURLINGTON 'AH KILLED IN WRECK 
PERSON MAN K IllED 

MAN Charged in death 

<, MEMBERS OF FAMILY DIE IN MADISON WRECK 
MOTORISTS PASS =^Y HURT BOY 

2 TEENS Charged in accident 

VANCE .OMAN killed In wreck „.-.„„ 

3 killed. i hurt in collision on u.s. 15 north of oxford 
grant to help study .recks in chapel hill 

injuries in wreck fatal for youth ,,,^^ ,. 
Chapel hill study may help reduce accidenTj 
cirrboro police chief hurt in two-car wreck 
police say man stabs wife. dies in wreck 
rescue workers pull man from burning automobile 
car hits truck and building 
burlington saleswoman hurt 

2 -Tc_ a LjiioT fu irrtnCMT a 



ACCIDENT 



iRECK 



BURLINGTON SALESWOMAN HURI 

2 DIE. 3 HURT IN ACCIDENT S MILES FROM CaRRBORO 

Two UNC STUDENTS KILLED. THREE OTHERS HURT IN w 

ALAMANCE MAN KILLED IN CRASH 

BURLINGTON MAN KILLED 

CIGARETTE LIGHTER GAVE HIM A FLICKER OF HOPE 

FATAL WRECK IN RALEIGH 

THREE COLLEGE STUDENTS DIE IN wARREN COUNTY ACCIDENT 

THREE STUDENTS KILLED IN CRASH 

AUTO WRECKS TAKE 2 LIVES 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS INCREASE AROUND PITTSBORO'S CIRCLE 

ACCIDENTS dLOCK GUILfDRO TRAFFIC 

ONE KlLLcO In BuS-CAR WRECK 

VANCE TEEN INJURED IN WRECK DIES 

AUTO ACCIDENT CLAIMS LIFE OF HENDERSON TEEN 

PERSON MAN DIES AS AUTO BURNS 

N.C. WRECKS CLAIM 10 LIVES 

NORLINA'S POLICE CHIEF Charged 

WOMAN DIES. Children injured in monroe accident 

N.C. wO»AN DIES IN ACCIDENT 

GRAHAM MAN DIES IN WRECK 

PITTSBORO MAN DIES AFTER CAR HITS TREE 

SERVICES HELD FOR WRECK VICTIM 

CHAPEL HILL MAN DIES IN COLLISION 

CHAPEL HILL MAN DIES. 2 HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT 



DATE 

12/13/91 
12/13/Bl 

i2/i<./ei 

12/21/81 
12/22/81 
12/22/81 
12/26/31 
12/31/91 
12/31/81 



5/10/91 A 21 P N 



PG L P ?YL 



5/11/81 
5/12/81 
5/16/31 

S/IT/Bl A 

5/19/81 A 

5/19/Rl A 

5/19/ai A 

5/22/31 C 

7/13/91 3 

7/13/91 B 

9/05/81 A 

9/06/81 A 

9/07/91 C 

12/15/91 6 

12/15/81 B 

12/21/81 B 



5/01/31 
5/02/81 
5/12/31 
5/13/ei 
5/23/31 
5/23/31 
5/29/81 
5/29/81 
6/09/31 
6/12/81 
6/18/81 
6/28/91 
6/29/31 
6/29/81 
7/D5/81 
7/06/91 
7/06/91 
7/07/31 
7/12/91 
7/13/''l 
7/13/81 
7/20/91 
7/21/91 
7/27/81 
7/27/81 
7/29/31 

7/30/Rl D 

3/02/81 A 

3/0'./91 A 

a/09/91 A 

3/10/91 A 

3/11/81 A 

9/12/91 A 

3/17/91 A 

3/17/81 B 

3/17/91 3 

3/17/81 C 

3/13/ai a 

S/23/B1 A 

3/23/Sl C 

3/25/81 A 

8/31/91 a 

9/37/91 A 

9/08/91 C 

9/13/91 A 

9/17/81 C 

9/13/81 C 

9/21/81 B 

9/21/81 C 

7/25/91 C 

9/28/81 a 

10/01/91 A 

10/01/81 a 

10/06/81 B 

10/06/81 b 

10/07/91 A 

10/07/91 A 

10/09/91 A 

10/09/81 C 

10/17/81 A 

10/19/31 A 

10/20/81 A 

10/20/81 C 

10/20/31 A 

10/21/91 B 

10/21/81 C 

10/23/81 A 

U/03/91 B 

11/06/91 a 

11/06/81 C 

11/07/81 A 

11/03/31 A 

11/10/91 b 

11/19/81 A 

11/18/91 C 

11/23/91 A 

ll/2<./Sl A 

11/27/81 A 

11/29/91 C 

11/30/81 B 

12/0<./«l C 

12/07/91 B 

12/07/91 C 

12/12/91 8 

12/1'./91 A 

12/16/91 B 

12/18/91 A 

12/19/81 A 

12/20/91 C 

12/23/81 3 

12/23/31 C 

U/i-'/ei C 

12/26/81 A 



P T37 
N U57 



6 P P M66 



3 
2 
5 

1 

16 

1 1 

1 

I 



14 
1 

2 

9 

\'^ 

9 

15 

2! 



a 

N E<.6 



H N I H L Y / . N^N^U^A^L _ 



INDEX 



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sCye^ DIE ON TAB HcEL HIGHWAYS 
THREE KILLED IN COLLISIONS 
N.C. PfilVlNG HAZARDOUS , , „. 
PEDESTRIAN KILLED NEAP HENDERSON 

ACCIOENISt AUTO, U.S. 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAftTY 

SEE ALSO SPEEO LIMITS 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS. U.S. 

THREE lAK HEELS DIE IN CRASH 

HENOEBSON JOHAN DIES IN ALA6AMA 

Z DIE I" CRASH 

lT"ra:>rH%'n^''%^h. AUTO CRASH 

'"^il'lL'so'VJPTD'E'is. TRAINS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO OPERATION LIFESAVER 

^inJi^N'^pI'sS'^K^^r; PoSkhah STUDENTS 
i TEENS KILLED MHEN CAR HITS TRAIN 
IN ONE SHATTERING MOMENT ... 

rAT^Er^?ESPD"ir^?L.S ROAD CROSSING 

!ii'iT"Aet?D"SN^"pS5L^ss^D^?pors.sr!EiR'Ti§;i!^ 

PROGRAM URGES CROSSINGS SAFETY 

RAILROAD CROSSING TO GET GATES 

^t-iE^R-iLS ;"n"d.H'!n truck-train CRASH 

R0X80R0 MAN DIES IN CRASH 

HAN DIES IN TRAIN. TRUCK WRECK 

ACCIDENTS. alCYCLES 

lv.ni:kr.r.ll\l''i'iV,°.si.. CARE 

jy^J^LlfTMRUCK^'iU^EO BY CAR NEAR SANFORD 
?^[I^t'^JLr5EA{S°0F DURHAM BICYCLIST 

bicyclist dies on broad st. 

accidents. boats 

see also eoat safety 

^"iIe^meS°re5Cued after boat capsizes 

COAST GUARD SAYS IT„|RR|D 

SMALL BOAT FOUND CAPSIZED „,,„. 

SIX PFRSQNS INJURED IN BOAT EXPLOSION „,,,„ 

JOHNSTON COUPLE SPENDS CHILLY NIGHT IN NEU5E RIVER 

OCRACOkE FEtRY LIMPS TO SHORE 

FERRY'S MULL RIPPED OPEN r.oc.ict 

MAN. THREE CHILDREN DIE '"f?. ?0;'„"f | ' ^L^ n C 

hFAVY seas SINK 2 BOATS. THREATEN OTHERS OFF N.C. 

HIGH WAVES siAMP BOATS. "ODE N.C. BcACHES 

50-FOOT WAVE BEGAN SURVIVAL CRASH COURSE 

OUTDOOR NOTES 



•56 



*"iirl^S0'!i^!5DENTS. SCHOOL BUSES 
N.C. TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED 

¥J^'^LiE^i:?"oK?nrLL^D "Ai°!5uRCH BUS OVERTURNS 
CHURCH BUS WRECK TOLL NOW THREE 
g?^P0S^^si?s'Su?"^R55^R''S^A'D%. TICKETS SINCE 
lVhrrNrT:^L^'?"Ai'?U't;J^? at accident site 

'"'°i:i;^s 'f5oS°:!uf?;:?5'?Ind fue to hospital 

2 ARMED ROBBERS HIT GROCERY 

ACCIDENTS. CHILDREN 

HILLSBOROUGH BOY KILLED BY TREE 
CAR SAFETY FUR CHILDREN 

iCCIOENTS. CONSTRUCTION ,,„,.. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. INDUSTRIAL „ ,„ 

YOUTH ON FORK LIFT FALLS OFF, IS RUN OVER 
FOSKLIFT BUNS OVER DURHAM MAN 
CRANE BOOM FALLS AT UNC LIBRARY 
CRANE ACCIDENT AT NEW UNC LIBRARY 
CRANE BOOM FALLS AT UNC 

ACCIDENTS. DROWNING. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. SHIMMING POOLS 
SEE ALSO EOAT SAFETY 

HENDERSON MAN DROWNS IN LAKE 

HAN DROWNS; HIS CAR MISSING 

DROWNING VICTIM'S CAR FOUND 

DETECTIVE'S BODY PULLED FROM RIVER 

STATESVILLE man DROWNS 

HENDERSON MAN DROWNS IN LAKF 

INFANT DROWNS IN KITCHEN SINK 

WARBEN COUNTY MAN DROWNS IN KERR LAKE 

MAN DROWNS IN KERR LAKE 

MAN DROWNS IN NEW RIVER 

RIDER. HORSE OROwN IN LAKE 

ROXBOBO YOUNGSTER DROWNS IN KERR LAKE 

SERVICES TODAY FOP GRANVILLE MAN 

MAN DROWNS IN FISH POND 

VANCE HAN DROWNS .,^, 

MAN, THREE CHILDREN DIE AFTER BOAT CAPSIZES 

HUNTER DROWNS IN BURKE 

ACCIDENTS. DROWNING. U.S. 

OUTER BANKS TIDE VICTIM DIES IN VA. 
ACTRESS WHO GRACED N.C. 'NICE TO PEOPLE' 
NATALIE WOOD FOUND DEAD IN OCEAN 
HOLLYWOOD MOURNS NATALIE WOOD'S DEATH 
HISS WOOD WAS ANGRY. SLIGHTLY INTOXICATED. 
WOOD'S WARMTH LIVES ON 

ACCIDENTS. ELECTRICAL , ,,,,,.,^„ 

CAUSE OF EXPLOSION BEING INVESTIGATED 
TEEN CLIMBING TOwER KILLED 
TWO PAINTERS SURVIVE SMOCK 
ESCAPES ELECTROCUTION 
AMPUTEE SUES CPtL 
AMPUTEE SUES CPtL. LANDOWNER 
BOY ELECTROCUTED GATHERING PECANS 
WIRE ELECTROCUTES TEEN 

ACCIDENTS. ELEVATURS 
SFE ALSO ELEVATORS 



CORONER SAYS 



S 2 12/^6/ni A 

H 2 12/27/81 A 

S 2 U/3l/fll A 

H 2 12/31/81 C 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

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3/31/81 

e/31/fll 

11/10/81 

11/20/81 



a/16/ai A <. 

9/D?/81 A 1 

9/03/81 A 1 

9/05/31 A <• 

9/09/81 a I 

9/11/ai A <. 

9/12/81 B !<. 

9/13/81 D 5 

lD/21/ei C 1 

10/22/81 A I 

10/23/81 A ". 

11/06/81 B 1 

11/07/81 B 1 

11/07/al A 3 



5/19/81 
5/20/81 
3/13/81 
10/15/81 
11/20/81 
12/21/81 
12/22/81 



5/18/81 

5/28/31 

6/0'./Sl 

3/02/81 

9/01/81 

11/05/81 

11/06/31 

11/03/81 

ll/13/Pl 

ll/l^/Bl 

11/19/81 

12/06/81 



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1 

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5 



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N 008 
N 00 8 

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N 

N 

N 

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H 2 
S 2 



5/12/81 
9/25/81 
lO/l'./Bl 
10/16/81 
U/0<./81 
12/05/81 
12/09/81 
12/09/81 



6/17/81 A 11 
6/17/81 C 1 



2 9/07/31 B 
2 12/12/81 A 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



7/22/31 B 

7/22/81 C 

9/30/81 A 

9/30/31 a 

9/30/81 A 



H 
H 
H 


2 
I 
1 


5/0<./8l 
5/08/81 
5/13/81 


B 
B 

B 


1 
1 
1 


H 


2 


5/29/81 


A 


1 


H 


2 


6/15/81 


A 


ID 


H 


2 


6/21/81 


C 


1 


H 


2 


6/25/81 


A 


16 


H 


2 


6/29/81 


a 


1 


s 


2 


6/29/31 


A 


9 


H 


2 


7/16/81 


c 


12 


H 


2 


7/28/81 


A 


10 


S 


2 


7/31/31 


A 


1 


H 


2 


a/03/81 


B 


6 


H 


2 


10/18/31 


c 


6 


s 


2 


10/19/81 


c 


1 


H 




11/03/81 


A 


18 


H 


2 


11/27/81 


A 


1 1 


H 


2 


6/29/81 


a 


8 


H 


2 


11/30/31 


A 


1 


H 


2 


11/30/81 


A 


1 


s 


2 


11/30/31 


A 


2 


H 


2 


12/01/31 


A 


1 


s 


2 


12/02/81 


A 


<* 


s 


2 


5/30/81 


A 


3 


H 


2 


7/03/81 


c 


12 


H 


1 


7/31/81 


B 


1 


s 


2 


a/25/31 


a 


7 


H 


2 


9/0<./81 


A 


6 


s 


2 


9/0'./81 


c 


4 


H 


2 


12/06/31 


A 


1 


5 


2 


12/07/81 


c 


,1 



1 N E < 
12/31/ai 



P«06 a 
i/in/92 



C i>G L f 91L 



HiN Dies IN ei.Ev«ro« JccioeMj 
•<otel uorkes is crushed ar elevjior 

ICClCENtS. EXPIOSIC") „^,,., 
SEE 4LS0 EkPLHSIvE DEVICE 

SEE ILSf^ N*Tua*L GAS , „ ., 

FOUR I^JU«EO IN e«CLOSICH AT »M«J PLANT 

j;:irS'r'?lSE<r?i°Li?IONS RIP SERVICE STATION 
CAUSE Of EXPLOSION 9elNG INVESTIGATED 
OPwIr OF GAS I"UCK THAI EXPLODED •GOOD- 
BLAST TO BE I-lvf STIGaTEO 
BUST ROCKS SOONE "ALL 
GUUfCRD GAS FxPlOSICN ivtRTEO 
BLAST DESTROYS 1 LEAF BAKNS 
LIGHTER EXPLOOES. BURNS ELDERLY ■'AN 
LO-RY JIES FROM BURNS 
MAN, 79, 3URNE0 OY LIGHTER DIES 
BLAST, FIRE INJURE 3 U0RK6RS 
OiiiGES SOUGHT FOR EXPLODING BQT T L6 
fXPLOSICN CLOSES PLANT IN OANVILlE 
loot TA9LE SAVED A LIFE -HEN BUILDING COLLAPSED 
BLAST AT KERNERSVILLE PLANT INJURES 2 PEOPLE 

Souse explodes -hile family away 

'"'liOhESnai^ i^c5^?i?^iE^?''8^E'23uNTAIN -HERE 11 . EO 
jHtSfaiTrCARplSlEfsuRVIVES 6-STaRY FALL 
SHEirril^L''Dis'k^2?;iR'^^RT!R0ERE0 CLOSED 

JAIL in"ate is Injured in fall 

•«'°^:;J^R = S"7Il^D in SA. ACCIDENT 
•CCI0ENI5, FIRE TRUCKS 

111 :tis Bijs;;:" ii« Hi?i:. fire trucks 

FIRE TRUCK, VAN CncLIOE 

'''[iriho'i^h. ouRHA- 

2 MReHEi'^?N]uRES'?LIGHTLY IN ONE OF TWO HOUSE FIRES 



ACCIDENTS, GUNS 
SEE ACCIDENTS. 
SEE ACCIDENTS, 



HUNTING, N 
SHOOTINGS 



ACCIDENTS, HELICOPTERS 

TWO DIE IN HELICOPTER C»aSh 

NAVY DESCRIBES HELICOPTER CRASH „, ,„„ 

COPTER CRASH NEAR RALEIGH INJURES DOCTOR 

ONE INJURED , ,„ 

Five "APINES "ELIEVED KILLED 

HELICOPTER CRASH VICTIM IS FOUND 

BODY, MARINE HELICOPTER RECOVERED FRO« SOUND 

ACCIDENTS, HUNTING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 
OUTOOOR NOTES , , 

DEATH rulEO accidental 

ACCIDENTS, INDUSTRIAL 

m JlIo S^^ci?!?;^AAt'?rF°eV^MSS health administration 
wORKeR hurt after being cauCht in machine 

blast, fire INJURE 3 WORKERS 

3 FINGERS AMPUTATED IN ACCIDENT 



? 11/J5/91 
2 11/07/91 
2 11/03/91 



5/07/91 
5/29/91 
5/30/91 
5/30/91 
6/04/91 
7/21/91 
7/22/91 
7/27/91 
9/12/91 
3/25/91 
9/25/91 
9/:6/91 
a/27/91 
9/17/91 
10/29/91 
11/09/91 
11/23/91 
12/2'./91 



3 

12 

5 



X06 
U57 



2 5/06/31 

2 6/23/91 

2 7/22/91 

2 9/30/91 

2 10/10/91 

1 10/13/"1 

2 10/26/81 



H 2 12/19/61 A 



2 10/19/91 a 1 P P S76 



$ 2 11/05/81 C I 
H 2 11/06/81 B 5 



2 

7 

2 
2 

2 
2 


5/23/91 
7/21/91 
9/09/31 
9/10/91 
9/19/81 
9/23/81 
10/02/81 




3 
9 
10 
3 
10 
11 
16 


2 

2 


11/08/91 
11/29/91 


B 

A 


9 
13 



M 2 6/12/91 A 7 N 
H 2 8/27/81 B ". N 
S 2 12/09/91 A 9 N 



ACCIOENTS. JETS, N.C. 














SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES. N.C. 














SEE ALSO HARRIER JETS 














"lw5'-"j(ileO IN CRASH OF AIR FORCE JET 


H 
H 


2 
2 


5/13/31 
12/20/81 


A 
A 


12 
16 




Two MISSING AS JET LOST OVER OCEAN 


H 


2 


L2/2 V/81, 


A 


1 1 


N 


SEABCH CONTINUES FOR MISSING PLANE 


H 


2 


12/2^/31 


B 


(. 


N 


SEARCH FOR JET CALLEO OFF 


s 


2 


l2/2*»/''l 


C 


e. 


N 


AIR FORCE CALLS ON PUBLIC FOR hELP 




2 


12/25/81 


A 


I 


N 


ONE JFT CREWMAN RESCUED IN ATLANTIC 


H 


2 


12/28/91 


B 


I 


H 


wEAThER HAMPERS AIR SEARCH FOR PILOT 














ACCIOENTS, JETS. U.S. , ,.,„ , ,„ 


H 


2 


5/23/81 


A 


1 P 


N 


1". KILLED AS JET SLXMS INTO SHIP 


H 


2 
2 


5/20/8 I 


A 


2 P 


N 


PIL"R ERROR SEEN IN NIM1T2 CRASH 


H 


5/30/fll 


A 


^ 


n 


CREWMAN RAPS FIRE EQUIPMENT 


H 


2 


5/30/8 I 


A 


l^ 


N 


USS MMITZ TO RESUME ITS CRUISE 


s 


2 


12/0^/8 1 


A 


1 


N 


MARINF PILOT DIES IN CRASH OF HARRIER JET 


2 


12/05/" I 


A 


I 2 


N 


HARRIER CRASH KILLS M«RINE 


H 


2 


12/26/81 


B 


1 


N 


^^SciES^SlN^JoSlfSoSL^lElS" TO CONTINUE FOR PILOT 


H 


2 
2 


12/27/81 
12/2*^/81 


C 

A 


1 
I 2 


N 
N 


SEARCH FOR PILOT INTENSIFIES 


H 


2 


12/30/81 


A 


10 


N 


AIR FORCE REMMNS HOPEFUL ABOUT PILOT 




2 


12/31/31 


Q 


i. 


N 


PILOT SEARCH IS FOCUSED ON S.C. COAST 


s 


2 


12/31/81 


A 


9 


»4 


PSYCHIC HIRED TO FIND MISSING PILOT 












'""'S:;Jl;At!'ciSJcS FIRE CAUSED 8Y LIGHTNING 


H 
5 


2 
2 


9/11/91 
3/1 1/81 


s 

A 


I 
9 


N A54 

N 


LIGHTNING CAUSE OF FIRE 


S 
5 


2 


B/X^/Bl 


c 


I* 


N 


LIGHTNING STATISTICS QUESTIONED 


2 


9/02/91 


c 


18 


N 


LIGHTNING KILLS YADKIN COUNTY HAN 














ACCIDENTS. MACHINES 


5 


2 


11/27/8 1 


c 


9 


N 


BOY CRUSHED BY FQRKLIFT 














ACCIOENTS, MOIORCYfLf 




\ 


6/10/01 




1 


N 


MOTORCYCLIST KILLED IN CRASH 


S 


2 


b/l5/8l 


A 


<• 


6 


hf.-cts save lives 

mfbane "an killed in motorcycle wreck 


H 

s 


2 

2 


7/03/81 
7/15/91 


A 
A 


10 
6 




n 


YOUTH DIES IN WRECK 


H 


2 


7/16/81 


D 


if 





's7;S5SHiL^ T.l^lllL^'fi^ HAS CUT CYCLIST FATALITIES 


H 
H 

s 

1 

s 

H 

s 
s 


2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 


7/19/ei 
7/26/61 
9/16/01 


A 


9 

s 


N 


N.C. WOMAN OieS IN ILLINOIS ACCIOENI 


A 


1 1 


N 


CYCLE CASHES, MAN HURT 


9/25/81 
9/2<'/81 
10/01/01 
10/02/81 
10/02/91 
10/09/31 


t 


I 


H "23 


WRECK INJURES MOTORCYCLE RIDER 


g 


i 


N 


POLICE Charge two IN ACCIDENT 
MOTORCYCLE CRASH LEAVES 1 INJURED 


A 


6 
2 


N 
H 


MAN BADLY HURT IN CYCLE ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENT VICTIM LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

WRECK HURTS CYCLIST 


A 
A 


6 
17 .' 


N 
N 


ACCIDENTS, NUCIE'R 














SEE NUCLEAR PLANTS, U.S.. ACCIDENTS 















MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



I N U t X 



PACE 7 
l/in/92 



iCClDENTS, P««»CHUT6S 
SEE «lSn P»SaCMUTES 
SEE «LSO PABATRrlaPEBS 

FHRT 1R1GC HALTS USE OF MCI PARACHUTE 

PARACHUTIST INJURED AT FAIR 

FEMALE SOLDIER IS VICTIM OF PARACHUTE ACCIDENT 

SANTA'S HELPER INJURED WHEN CHUTE FAILS 

ACCIDENTS. SCHOOL BUSES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BUSES 
SEE ALSO SCHOOL BUSES 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS BUS DRIVER'S CONVICTION 
SCHOOL BUSES SAFER THIS YEAR 
16-YEAR-OLO CHARGED IN BUS MISHAP 
POLICE CHARGE RAY IN ACCIDENT 
SAFETY IMPORTANT AS SCHOOL OPENS 

GUARDING OUR Children 

SCHOOL euS SAFETY IS CITED 

children hurt in school bus ACCIDENT 

SCHOOL CHILDREN HURT IN COLLISION 

NO SERIOUS INJURIES IN SCHOOL BUS MISHAP 

CHILDREN HURT IN WRECK 

8 CHILDREN IMJUREO IN VAN-CAR COLLISION 

DURHAM SCHOOL BUS SAFETY BEST IN N.C. 

BUS SAFETY THE BEST 'FIRST' 

SCHOOL euS OVERTURNS IN HOKE COUNTY 

SCHOOL Pus WRECKS HURT 1,1 CHILDREN 

SIX NORTHERN STUDENTS HURT WHEN BUS WRECKS 

SCHOOL PUS ACCIDENT LEAVES 6 STUDENTS HURT 

DURHAM SCHOOL BUS WRECKS SURGE 

WHY BLAME WRECK ON SPECIAL STUDENT? 

SCHOOL BUS DRIVER CHARGED 

10 STUDENTS INJURED IN BUS ACCIDENT 

T HURT IN SCHOOL BUS ACCIDENT 

BUSING R ISKS 

N.C. SCHOOL BUS RECORD DEFENDED 

a ARE INJURED AS CAR HITS SCHOOL BUS IN HARNETT 

THIS "US ORIVFR WAS NO TEEN-AGER 

CAR STRIKES SCHOOL 'lUS IN ORANGE 

NO INJURIES REPORTED IN ACCIDENT 

WARREN SCHOOL BUS ACCIDENT INJURES 17 

28 STUDENTS ARE INJURED IN CUMBERLAND BUS WRECK 

ACCIDENTS, SHIPS 

2 SHIPS COLLIDE OFF VA. 

CHARGES NEED PROBE 

FISHING TRAWLER RUNS AGROUND 

ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, HUNTING. N.C. 
2 TEENS ROB DURHAM MAN 
PISTOL DISCHARGES, WOUNDING BOY, 10 
YOUNG BOY DIES OF GUNSHOT WOUND 
SERVICES SET FOR GUNSHOT VICTIM 

ACCIDENTS, SPORTS 

SEE SPORTS, INJURIES "" " 

ACCIDENTS. SWIMMING POOLS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SWIMMING POOLS 

RETARDED MAN HELPS RESCUE SISTER IN POOL 

HANDICAPPED NEPHEW A HERO 

HORSE FINDS POOL IS NOT A PASTURE 

ACCIDENTS, TRAINS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 

SEE ALSO PROPANE 

SEE ALSO RAILROAD CROSSINGS 

2 HURT AS TRAIN HITS CAR 

2 INJURED IN COLLISION 

TRAIN DERAILS NEAR LAUREL HILL 

UMSTEAD PATIENT DIES UNDER TRAIN 

TRAIN KILLS HENDERSON MAN 

Two TV CREW MEMBERS HURT 

DERAILMENT SAID CAUSED BY SABOTAGE 

FREIGHT IRAIN5 COLLIDE IN N.C; FIVE INJURED 

5 PEOPLE INJURED IN TRAIN COLLISION 

TRAIN DERAILS IN HAMLET 

ACCIDENTS, TRUCKS 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS 

DRIVER OF TANKER TRUCK KILLED 

ONE KILLED IN TRUCK ACCIDENT 

2 HURT IN BRIDGE COLLISION 

TRUCK FALLS IN DITCH 

CHAIN OF FIRES, EXPLOSIONS RIP SERVICE STATION 

TRUCKS WRECK ON 1-85 

DRIVER OF GAS TRUCK THAT EXPLODED 'GOOD' 

GRANVILLE WOMAN DIES IN ACCIDENT 

OFF-DUTY HIGHWAY PATROLMAN MAY HAVE SAVED BOY'S LIFE 

TRUCK DRIVER BURNED IN 1-85 CRASH 

TRUCK DRIVER IS SATISFACTORY 

N.C. -AN DIES IN FLAMING TANKFR 

TANKER TRUCK OVERTURNS, EXPLODES IN YADKIN 

TRUCK DRIVER DIES IN WRECK 

TRUCK T'PS Over 

CAR, TRAILER OVERTURN 

MAN DIES IN ACCIDENT 

AUTO WRECK KILLS HILLSBOROUGH MAN 

VICTIM FROM HILLSBOROUGH 

TANKER OVERTURNS NEAR CEDAR GROVE 

TRAGIC WRECK SHOCKS FRANKLIN RESIDENTS 

FRANKLIN MAN STRUCK BY TRUCK, KILLED 

TRUCK OVERTURNS 

CRASH HURTS TRUCK DRIVER 

TRAFFIC FATALITY 

POLICE PROBING Two ACCIDENTS 

COUISBURG YOUTH DIES OF INJURIES 

TEEN CHARGED IN FATALITY 

SIGNS AND WARNINGS FAILED TO PREVENT FRANKLIN DEATH 

GIRL STRUCK, KILLED BY TRUCK 

TRUCK HITS BRIDGE 

JACKKNIFED TRUCK BLOCKS 1-85 TRAFFIC 

SLATS DUMPED ONTO 1-85 WHEN TRACTOR-TRAILER WRECKS 

TANKER WRECK 

TRACTOR-TRAILER WRECKS ON 1-85 

GAS TANKER'S DRIVES DIES IN FIERY CRASH 

PEDESTRIAN HIT BY SMALL TRUCK 

WOMAN IN HOSPITAL AFTER BEING HIT BY TRUCK 

TRUCK DRIVER KILLED IN WINSTON-SALEM 

PEDESTRIAN SERIOUSLY HURT WHEN HIT BY PICKUP TRUCK 

MAN HIT BY TRUCK IN STABLE COND.TION 

TURNING TRUCK TOPPLES OVER 



2 0/10/81 A 13 

2 lD/2'./HI A a 

2 10/31/81 A 12 

2 U/30/ai A 11 



H 2 


6/03/81 




a 


N 


S 2 


b/ 1/81 




10 


N 


H 2 


6/ 3/ai 




9 


N 


S 2 


6/ 3/91 




1<, 


N 


S 2 


9/01/Bl 




I 


' F 00 


S 2 


9/08/91 






E 


H 2 


9/11/91 






N 


S 2 


9/17/81 






N 


H 2 


9/18/91 






N 


S 2 


9/21/91 






N 


S 2 


9/22/ni 






N 


H 2 


9/23/91 




1 1 


N 


S 2 


9/23/91 






N DO 


S 2 


9/26/81 






E 


S 2 


9/28/81 






N 


H 2 


9/29/Sl 




14 


N 


H 2 


10/09/91 






N 


S 2 


10/08/91 






N 


S 2 


10/09/81 






N DO 


S 2 


10/16/81 






L 


H 2 


lD/29/81 






N 


H 2 


11/03/81 






N 


S 2 


ll/0<./91 




17 


N 


H 2 


U/10/81 






E 


H 2 


11/15/ai 




23 


N 


H 2 


11/17/81 






N 


H 2 


11/2D/91 






L 


H 1 


l/2'./81 






N 


S 2 


I/2<./9l 




11 


N 


H 2 


2/09/81 




10 


N 


H 2 


12/11/81 




17 


N 


H 2 


5/07/91 




11 


N 


S 2 


6/30/91 






E 


H 2 


7/01/81 




l<, 


N 


S 2 


6/09/Bl 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


u/l5/ai 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


U/16/81 


B 


6 P 


S 2 


U/16/B1 


C 


1 






H 2 6/25/81 B 
S 2 6/26/81 A 
H 2 U/17/81 B 



H 2 


5/10/91 


A 


21 




N 




S 2 


5/12/Bl 


A 


3 




N 




H 2 


6/12/81 


A 


7 




N 




H 2 


6/21/81 


A 


20 




a 




S I 


6/22/81 


C 


1 




N 




H 2 


6/27/81 


A 


12 




N 




H 2 


a/13/91 


C 


10 




N 




S 2 


10/27/91 


A 


1 


p 


N 




H 2 


1D/28/B1 


B 


5 


P 


N 




S 2 


12/01/91 


A 


3 




N 




H 2 


5/05/91 


C 


s 


P 


P 




H 1 


5/06/91 


c 


i 




N 




S 2 


5/11/91 


c 


1 




N 




S 2 


5/21/81 


c 


1 


P 


P 


S76 


H 2 


5/30/81 


A 


1 




N 


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MONTHLV/A 



POLICE Cn»i<r.E MAN WITH fISING &UN AT NIGHTCLUB 
HOHES ARE EVACUATED AFTEO TANKER OVERTURNS 



ACCOUNTANTS 

SEE CERTIfieO PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 
SEE DURMAH CITY ACCOUNTING DIVISION 
SEE N.C.t ACCOUNTING METHODS 



ACIO 



WEEKEND ACIO SPILL POSES NO IMMEDIATE DANGER 



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ACID RAIN 

SEE ALSO RAINFALL. N.C. 

STATE GETS SHARE OF ACIDIC »AIN 

TRIANGLE SENSITIVE TO ACID RAIN 

ACID RAIN COULD REDUCE STATE'S CROP PRODUCTION 

ACID RAIN MA» BE CAUSE OF FISH <ILLS IN WESTERN N.C. 

*'^''s?E°u"I.'^aF""c. -CHAPEL HILL aCKLAND ART CENTER 

"■"see also diseases ISEE also names of specific DISeASESl 
DUKE SEEKS VOLUNTEtRS 

ACORN RESTAURANT 

POLICE PROBE ARMED ROBBERY 

ACRONYMS 

LINGUISTIC HORRORS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 

The ACTEENS 

ACTEENS fool GRINCH. play SANTA TWICE 

ACTORS. CHILDREN ,,,,, 

SEE CHILD ACTORS AND ACTRESSES 

"■^°°kIlLy''sEaRS: HE HAD TWO BIG HITS: THE MCGUIRE THINS 
HOOKED ON APPLAUSE 

ACYCLOVIB 

^^RTp''SCIENTISTS DEVELOPED DRUG THAT may FIChT HERPES 
HERPES DRUG BREAKTHROUGH EXCITES MEDICAL RESEARCHERS 

*D valOkEm Tax 

SEE N.C. AD VALOREM TAX DIVISION 

ADAMS APPLE DISTRIBUTING CO. 

JUDGE DELAYS LAW AFFECTING POLLING PAPERS 
DRUG PARAPHERNALIA LAW UPHELD 
PARAPHERNALIA RULING PLEASES E0MIST6N 

ADOLESCENCE. EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 

SEE ALSO Children, emotionally disturbed 

TEEN TREATMENT FACILITY MAY LOCATE IN DURHAM 
STATE PPOGRAM AIMED AT HELPING VIOLENT CHILDREN 
HELP FOR VIOLENT. HANDICAPPED YOUTH GOAL OF PLANS 
HUNT MAY SEEK ADDITIONAL FUNDS 

STATE. DURHAM PROGRAMS TO HELP VIOLENT CHILDREN 
VIOLENT YOUTHS MAY BE AIDED AT DURHAM FACILITY 

ADOLESCENCE. PREGNANCY 

SEE PREGNANCY. ADOLESCENT 

ADOPTION 

SEE ALSO FOSTER CARE 
SEE ALSO ORPHANAGES 

ENDOWMENT AIDS ADOPTION PROGRAM 

COURT: AGENCIES CAN'T STOP ADOPTION ATTEMPTS 

AFTER i-YEAO SEARCH. SON FOUND IN JAIL 

ADOPTION RECORDS 

BIOLOGICAL PARENTS TREATED CALLOUSLY 

BILL TO UNS'AL ADOPTION RECORDS DRAWS COMMENT 

ADOPTION BILL MAY BE AMENDED 

ADOPTION RECORDS SHOULD REMAIN CLOSED 

LISTEN TO PRINCIPALS IN ADOPTION 

ALTERED ADOPTION RECORDS BILL PAST HOUSE COMMITTEE 

BILL ENACTED TO ALLOW HIGHER LOAN INTEREST RATES 

SOCIETY HAS STIGMATIZED • 9IR THMOIHER S ' 

MEDICAL DATA FOR ADOPTEES BILL ENDORSED 

DISCLOSE SOME ADOPTION DATA 

HOUSE COMMITTEE GUTS BILL ON N.C. OBSCENITY CASES 

EFFORT TO OPEN ADOPTION FILES HAY HAVE BACKFIRED 

HITCH IN ADOPTEE INFORMATION LAW CITED 

ADOPTEES WILL WIN SOMEDAY 

ADULT BOOK STORE (U.S. 701 

POLICE INVESTIGATE ROBBERIES 
PAIR DENIED NEW TRIAL IN SLAVING 

ADULT BOOKSTORES 

SEE ALSO MOVIE ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO PORNOGRAPHY 

REPEAL OF OBSCENITY LAW SOUGHT 

BILL WOULD DROP ADVERSARY HEARINGS IN ADULT BOOKSTORE CASES 

PAN'L OKS PROPOSAL TO RAISE SALES TAX 

wOuLD-BE ROBBERS WOUND AJULT BOOKSTORE EMPLOYEE 

ANOTHER GOOD WORD SULLIED 

PAIR DENIED NEW TRIAL IN SLAYING 

ADULT BUSINESSES 

THREE AOULT BUSINESSES TO APPEAL OFF-LIMITS ORDER 

•DUCT EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO BLACK COLLEGES 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO PROJECT LIFT 

CAREER OPTIONS VISIBLE WITH LIFT 

SCHOOL REGISTRATION SLATED 

EDUCATIONAL C RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN DURHAM - FALL I'Bl 

EDUCATION DOORS BECKON ADULTS 

■Y" AIMS LURES AT ALL WOMEN 

A WEEKEND COLLEGE AT DTI: YOU LEARN DURING OFF TIME 

DURHAM COUNTY LIBRARY: WELCOME TO A NEW DAY 

THE GREAT PLAINS EXPERIENCE: A SERIES OF PROGRAMS AND EXHIBITS. . 

BECOME INVOLVED IN THE NORTH CAROLINA MUSEUM Of LIFE AND SCIENCE 

DICCER COORDINATES DUALITY AOULT PROGRAMS 

DUKE UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION SHORT COURSE PROGRAM 

THE 'P' MEANS PARENTS AT MERRICK-MOORE 

DURHAM ARTS COuNCU FALL CLASSES 

NEW PERFORMING DANCE CO. C SCHOOL 1981 FALL SESSION 



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USE YOun PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

DURHAM TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 

YWCA FALL CLASS SCHEDULE 

MASONBT: they LEA9N ESSENTIALS 

AUTO BEPAIft: OI»TY HANDS SPARH STUDY 

COUNTY'S INTEREST KINOLEO IN EARLY HTO'S 

CITY'S PROGRAM GETS WIDE USE 

PARfNTS INVOLVED IN EDUCATION 

[F YOU Chart a CQURSEi BARS TO LEARNING OPEN 

INDEPENDENT STUDY BY EXTENSION 

LIFT HELPS TO PUT YOU WHERE YOU WANT TO 6E 

A RESOURCE FOB CITIZENS 

COMMUNITY education: A COUNTY SCHOOLS' TRADITION 

GITHENS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOL 

AOULT CLASSES SIGN-UP SET IN CHAPEL HILL 

ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO COLLEGE BOARD 

GRADERS HOLD 'CONVENTION' 

PFRRY GRADES PLACEMENT TESTS 

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO GET COLLEGE CREDIT 

ADVENTURE 

SEE ALSO BALLOONISTS 
SEE ALSO SURVIVAL 
INSPIRING STORIES 
SCHEMPP SETS SAIL FOR ADVENTURE 

ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO BILLBOARDS 

SEE ALSO CIGARETTES. ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO Classified advertising 
SEE also drug advertising 

SEE ALSO FALSE ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO JUNK TELEPHONE CALLS 
SEE ALSO LEGAL ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO MOVIE ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS 
SEE ALSO SUBLIMINAL ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO. ADVERTISING 

TO CUT OR NOT TO CUT? 

REACTION MIXED TO 'SAMPLER' PHONE CAMPAIGN 

LABOR LEADERS RAP STATE'S WORKERS AD 

TWO RADIO STATIONS REFUSE ANTI-NEAL ADS 

HOSPITALS' PROMOTIONS HEALTHY FOR EVERYBODY 

•ADULT PERSONAL' ADS ARE LEGAL. N.C. ATTORNEY GENERAL Al 

HE MAKES GAME BASED ON AOS 

ADVERTISING FIRMS MERGE 

ADVERTISING FRAUD 

SEE FALSE ADVERTISING 

ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

AERIAL SIGN DISPLAYS 

SUSIE WILL YOU MARRY M6? -TOM 

AEROBIC DANCE 

SEE ALSO DANCE 
SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FITNESS 
FIGHTING FLAB WITH FUN 

AERONCA INC. 

FBI, SEC PROBE PLANT IN PINEVILLE 

AEROSOL SPRAYS 

MAN BURNED IN EXPLOSION 



DE SAYS 



AEROSPACE CONTEST 



AEROSPACE EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT, 
AEROSPACE CONTEST SCHEDULED 

AETNA LIFE AND CASUALTY INSURANCE CO. 
COLLIER COBB SOLD 

AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLF 

SEE DURHAM COMMITTEE ON THE AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTIO'* 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 
SFE ALSO EOUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO JOB "ISCR IMINaTION 
see also minorities admissions programs 

survey: chamber members back freeway 

departing official says city doing better on hiring 

jackson served well 

city manager selects mcfadoen 

woman given post with city 

women and pay: imbalance 

'affirmative action': legalized discrimination 

affirmative action editorial appalling 

afghanistan 

no such thing 

afghani';tan r^^action to soviet invasion (CARTOONI 
russia frustrated by afghan guerrillas 
nightmares about afghanistan still haunt girl 
former afghan official looking for job in n.c. 
afghans won't quit 

afghanistan, defectors 

ex-afghan official hopes to carry on fight against soviet invasion 

africa (see also names of countriiesi 

see also east africa 

see also south africa 

durham man recruits blacks for new sovereign state in africa 




WRirt in us, HUI IQ IHE RIGHT tOllUR 
TWO REPORTERS JOIN HERALD STAFF 
SHE KEEPS hFS SOURCES TALKING 
NEWSPAPERS GIVE MORE STORIES THAN TV 
THE HUNT AFFAIR: WHEN MUST A REPORTER 



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SUBJECTS 



EPITOBS «EIGh BESOQNSIBIlI TV 
CIRCULATinN MaNiOEB^ VITAL LINK 

puslicity hinoouts welcome 
•hmaT's new?' in age-qlo question 

ace oisco ["ination 

see also oacial discrimination 

see also retirement ace 

see also se» discrimination 

see also se» stereotypes 
age discrimination unfair 
«0iter meddles in age issue 



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AGPNTY fOR INTERNATITNAL 0EVEL0PM6NI. WATER AND SANITATION FOR HEALTH 
UNC TO HELP DEVELTPING NATIONS WITH wAtER PROBLEMS 

AGENCY FOR PUBLIC T EL tCOMMUN IC A T I ON S 
SEE ALSO TELEraMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. ^F N.C. -Chapel HiLLt TELEVISION 

N.C. AGENCY CAN ARRANGE TELEVISED MEETINGS 

TV USE "AY CuT -I.e. BUDGET 

PUBLIC TV AGENCY RECEIVES GRANT 

AGGIE'S HICKORY HONSE RESTAURANT 
FIRE GUTS LEE LANDMARK 

AGGRESSIVENESS 

TEEN TREATMENT FiCILITY MAY LOCATE IN DURHAM 
STATE PROGRAM AIMED AT HELPING VIOLENT CHILDREN 
HELP FQR VIOLENT, HANDICAPPED YOuTH GOAL OF PLANS 

AGING 

SEE ALSO CENTENARIANS 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING 

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

SEE ALSO GERIATO ICS 

SEE ALSO LIFE EXPECTANCY 

SEE ALSO MIDDLE ACE 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF AGING 

SfE ALSO CLOER WOMEN'S LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO PROGERIA IPREMATURE AGINGI 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 

SEE ALSO WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON AGING 

PROF'S Talk to Challenge common views of old age 

GROUP SEEKS TO HELP FAMILIES OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE VICTIMS 
DOCTO" TO TALK ABOUT THE SUN, SKIN AND AGING 
FUN IN SUN -AY Cause raging at AGING 

SUN poesents problems for state 

PROGRAM ON AGING ESTABLISHED AT UNC 

DUKE RESEARCHERS STUDY HOW PEOPLE GROW OLD 

SERVICES STRENGTHENED FOR ELDERLY POPULATION 

GROUP SELECTS 3USSE 

DEMOS FORM PANEL ON AGING 

MEDIAN AGE IN N.C. HAS Climbed to 2''. 6 years 

oxygen: it HELPS US LIVE - AND mj» mike US OLD 

DUKE Chemists study oxygen F':fects on body 

SPECIALIST SAYS BETTER HEARING MAY IMPROVE VOICES OF ELDERLY 
FOUR GENERATION FAMILIES FACE UNIQUE CHALLENGES 

AGCRAPH08 lA 

SEE ALSO PHOaUS 

MEDICAL ADVANCES HELP CONTROL AiTACKS OF PANIC 

AGRICULTURAL FAIRS 
SEE COUNTY FAIRS 

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY 
SEE FARM PRODUCTION 

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH 

ORANGE 'DCUILE NICKEL' POLLING SITES ANNOUNCED 

EXPERIMENTAL CROPS MAY MEET GROWING NEEDS OF N.C. FARMERS 

RESEARCHERS STUDY GINSENG IN MOUNTAINS 

NICKELS HELPING FARMERS 

FARMERS VOTE ON COST HIKE 

SMALL TAX AIDS FARM RESEARCH 

VISITOR STUDIES FARM WORK 

N.C. OFFICIALS I1EGIN 'NICKELS' CAMPAIGN 

FARMERS VOTING TODAY ON 'NICKELS' PROGRAM 

N.C. FARMERS APPROVE 'NICKELS FOR KNOW'HOW' 

FARM RESEARCH PLAN PASSES 

AGR ICULTURE 

SEE ALSO CROPS 

ALSO FARMfRS, N.C. 

ALSO LIVESTOCK 



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ALSO N.C. AGRICULTURAL HALL OF FAME 

ALSO N.C. AGRICULTURE EXTENSION SERVICE 

ALSO N.C. 30ARD OF AGRICULTURE 

ALSO N.C. OEPT. OF AGRICULTURE 

ALSO N.C. FAR" PUREAU 

ALSO U.S. OEPT. OF AGRICULTURE 

C. SCIENTIST HELPS PERU'S FARMERS 

s. Exports seen setting record 

AOE WITH LATIN AMERICA ON RISE 



AGRICULTURE, EXPORTS 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 
SEE ALSO U.S., EXPORTS 

FARM GOODS Importers increase over tenfold 

ahCSKIF, N.C. 

blast destroys 2 LEAF BARNS 

AHOSKIE OFFICER gUlTS AFTER PROTEST 

AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE 

SEE ALSO Child support 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY OEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
SEE ALSO Durham COUNTY OEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES, 
SEE ALSO Durham day care council 

LINCOLN COUNTY VOTES TO HOLD LINE ON TAXES 

BLACKS WOULD CAIN IN IMPROVED ECONOMY 

MORROW DEFENDS FUNDS TRANSFER 

PLAN WOULD RAISE afOC INCOME LIMIT 

ASSEMBLY PANEL APPROVES wElFaRE FORMULA CHANGE 

MUDGINS: WELFARE POLICIES BURDEN SOUTH 

FEDERAL BUDGET CUTS TO BE FELT THIS MONTH 

POOP, ELDERLY IN N.C. BEGIN TO FEEL STRAIN OF FIRST pFOERAL BUDGET CUTS 

BUDGET CUTS MAY HURT N.C. HUMAN SERVICES 

STATE OFFICIALS REMAIN PESSIMISTIC ABOUT CUTS 

AID CUTS SEEN SAVING «1 MILLION A MONTH IN N.C. 

AID TO FAMILIES RULES CHANGES SAVE «33,700 



a/lfl/9l 
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1 5 
13 



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S 2 10/29/81 C 6 N 



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1 7 


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H 2 


5/03/81 




15 


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5/2'5/ai 






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S 2 


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10 


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12/21/81 




8 


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10/09/81 


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10/09/81 


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H 




10/11/81 


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N 




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10/1 3/81 


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10/14/81 


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10/17/91 


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s 


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8/12/81 A 8 
9/14/91 A 11 



CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT UNIT 



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B 


7 


N 




H / 


6/10/81 




4 


F 




S 2 


9/29/91 




1 1 


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M 2 


10/06/81 




6 


N 


GSI 


H 2 


10/09/81 




/ 


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10/13/91 




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10/14/91 




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10/14/91 




9 


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10/16/81 




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H 7 


11/06/91 




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12/10/81 


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9 


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FiO 



MONTHLY/* 



INDEX 
12/31/Sl 



C«E»TIVE THINKING HElPS SEAT THE HEIT 
PEAK-LOAD BLUES 

A[0 POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO AUTO POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO CLEAN AIR ACT 

SEE ALSO CLIMATE 

SEE ALSO N.C. LUNG ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO POLLUTION ,,„ 

HUSEu" SPONSORS TEST OF AUTOMOBILE EMISSION 

t600 MILLION S.C. MILL PLANNED 

DURHAM GENERAL RE-ACCREDITED 

EPA SCIENTIST «ILL STUDY AIR POLLUTION IN JAPAN 

NflGHOORS SUE MORGaNTON PLANT 

KEEPING AIR CLEAN IS GOOD ECONOMICS 

POLLUTION UlSPECTION MAY BE DELAYED 

COZY WOOD FIRE GENERATES HEAT AND POLLUTANTS 

AIR POLLUTION STANOARDS 

CHARLOTTE CARS TO BE CHECKED 

POWER FIRMS SEEK INCREASE IN ASH LIMIT 

STATE AGENCY RELAXES SOOT AND SMOKE LIMITS 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTRQLLFkS 

SEE ALSO RALEIGh/OuRham AIRPORT 

STRIKE MAY SLOW AIRPORT'S TRAFFIC ,,„,,- 

U.S. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS EYE JUNE i2 STRIKc 

STRIKE "AY HIT ROU . ^„, 

N.C. AIRPORTS PREPARE FOR STRIKE 8Y CONTROLLERS 

AIRLINES, AIRPORTS PLAN FOR CONTROLLERS' MALKOUT 

IT'S 'WAIT AND SEE' AT RALEIGH-DURHAM 

TRIANGLE TRAVELERS ON TIME 

AIRPORT OPERATIONS NORMAL 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS CONTRACT RAPPED 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS ICARTOONI 

34 At ROU SEEN SUPPORTING STRIKE 

MAJOR AIRLINES ANTICIPATE SOME CANCELLATIONS AT ROU 

INTOLfRABLE SITUATION 

ROU OPERATIONS 'FAIRLY NORMAL' 

RDU STRIKERS DEFY REAGAN'S WARNING ^,,^,. 

OFFICIALS AT ROU CLAIM STRIKE HAS LITTLE EFFECT 

AIR CONTROLLERS WRONG TO STRIKE 

10 CONTROLLERS AT RDU LOSE JOBS 

N.C. CONTROLLERS VOW TO FIGHT 

I? AT ROU GET DISMISSAL LETTERS , ,,„,„,„, 

N.C. MILITARY CONTROLLERS FILL IN FOR CIVILIAN STRIKERS 

RAlEICH-DURham pickets DWINDLE 

DESERTED TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER ICARTOONI 

ROU CONTROLLERS LOSE JOBS 

22 AT RDU FACING DISMISSAL 

TWO N.C. AIRPORTS FACING CLOSURE OF THEIR TOWERS 

STRIKERS GAMBLED, LOST 

STRIKERS STAGF MARCH 

SHE PUTS HER JOB ON LINE 

2\ ROU STRIKERS FIREO, OFFICIAL SAYS 

i2?[b\''"prA?'|g's*jN°T2r^IR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS' STRIKE (CARTOON, 

CONTROLLERS TO APPEAL NOTICES 

AIRLINES REVEAL RDU SCHEDULES FOR THIS MONTH 

CONTROLLERS STILL PICKETING 

STRIKE IS GREED, NOT NEED 

N.C. GIRLS STRANDED IN LONDON 

SOME STRIKES DESERVE SUPPORT, 

CREATING MORE CHAOS 

-UNCLE SAM" NEEDS AIR TRAFFIC 

NEW BERN CONTROL TOWER CLOSES 

10 N.C. SCOUTS ON WAY HOME 

ROU OFFICIALS SAY FLIGHTS WILL CONTINUE ON SCHEDULE 

JUDGE GRANTS INJUNCTION AGAINST PATCO PICKETS 

AfR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS IN N.C. BEGIN APPEALS PROCESS 

CHICKEN LITTLE'S LETTER FROM PATCO ICARTOONI 

AIR CONTROLLERS DESERVE SUPPORT 

ROU FLIGHT SCHEDULES TO STABILIZE ON SEPT. 1 

AIR CONTROLLERS' DEMANDS UNREASONABLE 

THE PRINCIPLE THAT THREATENS LABOR 

AIR CONTROLLERS STRIKE SLOWS SUNBIRD GROWTH 

SALARIES RISE, AIR TRAFFIC IS INCREASING AT ROU 

MEDIA ARE UNFAIR TO AIR CONTROLLERS 

LABOR DEMANDS UNREASONABLE 

STRIKERS SHOULDN'T BE REHIRED , , 

MILITARY BASES IN N.C. WILL SHIFT MORE AIR CONTROLLERS 

FORMER AIR CONTROLLERS TRY TO MAKE ENDS MEET 

STRESS, EH7 

STRIKERS STRIKE OUT 

THE ISSUE'S CLOSED 

PATRIOTIC, SOLIOARISTIC BROTHERHOOD OF A IRCONTROLLERSC ICARTOONI 

AIRPORT TOWER AT KINSTON WILL REOPEN , , . ,,.„,„„... 

•I'VE GOT JOBS IN MIND FOR THE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS. . .' ICARTOONI 

AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL PLANES 

SEE AWACS ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE PLANES 
SEE AIRPLANES 

AIocaAFT, POMBERS 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES 
SEE ALSO JETS 

GENERAL DEFFnOS B-1 

AIRLINE DEATHS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, U.S. 
RITES TODAY FOR CRASH VICTIM 



OTHERS DON'T 
CONTROLLERS ICARTOONI 



AIRLINE LANDING FEES 



AIRLINE LANDING FEES 

SEE RALFIGh/DURHAM airport, 

AIRLINE STEWARDESSES 

UPHOLDING LAW NOT MEDDLING 

AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO COMMUTER AIRLINES 
SEE ALSO EASTERN AIR LINES 

SEE ALSO JETS , ,, 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT, AIRLINE LANDING FEES 
SEE ALSO SUNBIRD AIRLINES 
SEE ALSO UNITED AIRL INES 
LINES REACH AGREEMENT 

AIRLINES, SCHEDULES 

RDU FLIGHT SCHEDULES TO STABILIZE ON SEPT. 9 



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HOL10«r fLYINf, SCHEDULES CUC.DECl 

III ALSO .i«c>«fi. 90-ieE«s 

111 Itlg ?1^3ini,»PL.NE, 

III Its': "ILOT ra.iNiNC 
III :1:1s pJwIte mrpl.nes 

^^i2'biejsrbr^?.os 

"°SFriLS0"i!J-p°«ES, .NTUUE 

^"s.J^IV"I^So-'u?Ic'??HE LIVGE» .T jaC.er.S »UGE 

TlJ? i5f,5r^'s°TnEJslN^iJ"vE TO WQ.K -ITH -«.CHr B»OThE«S 

"""■"!»ol"'cono'ucts search in n.c. ^or lost plane 

il'^?.^^isn;pi5ii"- -- 
*"-i:^^?:;i^"2^iorti"SiJ2i^-o^-^-L.s,o. 

M.POat DEVELO^HENT^.O^'JOGPA.^^ 



«?^:rs.??'TS's^^o:?ii^?&si%sr-o,. 



AIRPOKT aCAO 

Ar" 

TE 

""^ir^CsS-DSuCLAS AIRPORT -CHARLOTTE. N.C, 
SEE ALSn HORACE *ILLIA«S AIRPUKl 

II itrn s":?:':ESi;:s?;cs cou.c.l 

III iti? sttii^H;?tiS?i; •!5S8SLa.thor.t. 




s ° t' ::Pj2n»gu^:i?' 

H ".^I*?0^?^.g^LL2!Js^rR^ hakE^E.OS .EET 

'plsi'c^^Tf's^'oLcrO^JSAS-'^^^""" 
AIBPORTS. N.C RESTAURANTS 

"lo5^l°HS5irvS'Sil:o'';&-NE.T.RH,NAL 

.JINOHQTO CO.. INC. .JAPANESE EOOD ANO CHEMICAL CO.. 
SEE ALSO JAPAN 

IF TOU CAN'T BEAT -EH. . . 

"■'^'"EI^Ei ^?l8TS SCHOLARSHIP 

"•"TI^AWNdE -UNICIPALIT.es TO HOLD ELECTIONS TUESDAY 

ALAHANCEJOARO^.E^^LOER.EN.JLECnONS^ ELECTIONS TUESOAY 

"■'sEf iLSO^'IiBLLA^CE SERVICE, ALAKANCE COUNTY 
III ALSn UNITED -AY Of ALAMANCE 
^IlilS ARE ENACTED FOR AREA COUNTIES 

Mmmmi-:m».. ... ,.. 

VuW IS ?^3eIal"sPEN0I2g'IeEN POSSIBLE 
.L.«|NCECOU.TY.;..C.j^aONO ELECTIONS^ 

1 IlD^srATls^^J^NO^'^ofi-^oi^^^l. 33 
^ ?rJSl^^C^rv!?2i "oVlU ISSUE 



"•""?£M?»''Jo'LOn?''!f FEDERAL FUNDS 
pSopOSEO BUDGETS: .LA-ANCE SEBjS 
:['il°.lli !OA«D REtAINS TAX . T 



il TO -lOLO TAY RATE OF Tt CENTS 
ALABANCF to"raiSe' A»'6ULANCE FEES 
ALAHANCE COUNTY, CENTRAL COHHUNI CAT IONS CENTER 



DATE 
U/1'/8I 



"YL 
S33 



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U/21/R1 



H 2 11/06/81 t I P F H60 
H 2 12/JT/81 A 2 N 



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12/06/51 
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12/08/81 
12/2^/91 
12/30/81 
12/31/81 



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12 
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S 2 7/11/81 A3 N K90 

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6/10/»l 6 
6/20/81 A 
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8/13/81 A 
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7/31/81 a 4 

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PtGE 13 
1/10/82 



SEE ALSO EMERCtNCY COHHUNIC A T ION S SYSTEM 19111 
ALAHANCE <m SYSTEH TO "iEGIN NEXT UEcK 

.L.H.NCE^CaUNTY.^EL|CTigNS^ SQARO Of ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSn PUBLINGTHN. N.C.t ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO nuBLINGTnN CITY COUNCIL. ELECTIONS 

ALAMANCE ELECTIONS GENE" AT ING I N TERE S T 

BURLINGTON TO HAVE PRIMARY FOR COUNCIL 

flLING IN ALAMANCE TO END ON FRIDAY 

SIX ALAMANCE TOWNS TO HOLO ELECTIONS NOV. 3 

ALAMANCE SETS FEB. 2 VOTE ON BONO ISSUE 

7 ALAMANCE MUNICIPALITIES TO HOLO ELECTIONS TUESDAY 

AIAMANCF COUNTY, EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION CENTER 

SEE AlXSaNCE COUNTY, CENTRAL COMHUN IC AT lOMS CENTER 

"■'"*PP0P0S£0'Bi0GETS?'iPAMANCE 5EE.S TO HOLD TAX RATE OF 76 CENTS 
ALAMANCE "OARD PLANS CHANGES IN GOVERNMENT 
ALAMANCE TO RAISE AMBULANCE FEES 

•'■'"NCE COUNTY.^FJRE glSTRICTS^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ 
'^'rE?"BU&TNjfSNrJ;?TS.?!^Jou?'^SrT^S DISPOSAL 



H 1 3/19/81 a I 



ALAMANCE COUNTY 
SE" 



INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 



E ALSO Ar.«J,ZrC0UN7Y EC5S0SIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE 

ALAMANCE BOARD PLANS TALKS « ' TH POL IC A STRO 

ALAMANCE VOTES AGAINST MOVING ECONOMIC POST 

NFm industry said COMING TO ALAMANCE 

GKN OFFICIALLY OP^NS ITS "1-"' , ' " '^AMANCE 

ALAMANCE SEEKS TALKS ON ECONOMIC PROGRAM 

GROUP IN ALAMANCE TOURS WATER PLANT „,.,,„, 

DEVELOPMENT UNIT WILL BE DISCUSSED MONDAY HORNING 

ALAMANCE OFFICIALS PLEDGE COOPERATION 

"■"'ffS^pSsEO^iDGEfsf ALAMANCE SEEKS TO HOLD TAX RATE OF 76 CENTS 
ALAMANCE BOARD RETAINS TAX RATE 
ALAMANCE TAX LIEN SALES TO BE STUDIED 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, WATER AND SEwER LINES _,j,„ „=r,on<;., 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., WATER AND ScMER PROPOSAL 
ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS RAP TwO BILLS 
FUNDS FOR DISTRICT NOT AVAILABLE 

'^*"'^£!MiSc"E'lREA-'RESID?K}f OPPOSE AUTOMOBILE SHOP 

ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 

RECEPTION TO HONOR ARTIST 

ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS EXPERIENCE 

SEE ALSO ARTS, M.C. 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 

STREET FESTIVAL PLANNED TODAY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION „.„,- ,.„c 

NEWSPAPER CANNOT PUBLISH DOCUMENTS, N.C. JUDGE SAYS 
JUDGE TO HEAR ARGUMENTS THIS MORNING 
PIPER PRINTS STORY BEFORE RESTRAINT ORDER ENDS 
TAMPERING -,ITH FREEDOM . ^,„ 

JUDGE APOLOGIZES TO PAPFR FOR ORDER OVER PRINCIPAL 
GROUP PROTESTS PROPOSED FIRING OF SCHOOL PRINCIPAL 
HEARING FOR BRIGHT RESCHEOULEO 
BRIGHT WON'T APPEAL MOVE FOR DISMISSAL 
BOARD TO Chance MEETINGS 

ALAMANCE BOARD WILL VISIT SCHOOL MONDAY 
ALAMANCE SCHOOLS ACCREDITED 

ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. ELECTIONS 
FILING IN ALAMANCE TO END ON FRIDAY 
HAW RIVER TO VOTE ON ABC STORE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ,„ ^„,^ 

SEE BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CHRISTMAS TOUR AND CANDLELIGHT TEA 
SEE ALSO HOUSE TOURS 

CHRISTMAS TOUR TICKETS ON SALE 



ALAMANCE COUN 
FEES IIS 
SOME REV 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
WASTES 
FUNDS FO 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
COURT MA 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
NEW INDU 
BONO VOT 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE 
FLOODPLA 
OFFICIAL 
DEVELOPM 
ALAMANCE 
COLLEGE, 
ALAMANCE 



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questioned 
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separate bond 
lans changes i 
adopts reorgan 
sioents oppose 

8. 2 VOTE ON B 
ALKS ON ECONOM 
LATES BOND VOT 
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hool honored I 

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COME A TEST CASE 

PROVIDE TEST CASE FOR 
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NS UNRESOLVED 

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ECONOMIC POST 

ABORTIONS 
AMANCE 
NOAY 

VOTES 
N GOVERNMENT 
I 2 AT I ON 

AUTOMOBILE SHOP 
ONO ISSUE 
IC PROGRAM 
£ FOR FEB. 23 

RIVE 

SSED MONDAY MORNING 

ERaTION 

N ALAMANCE 

N BONO ISSUE 



ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, BUDGET 

FILLING OF VACANCY URGED IN ALAMANCE , , 

PROPOSED BuOGFTS: ALAMANCE SEEKS TO HOLD TAX RATE OF 76 CENTS 
ALAMANCE BOARD RETAINS TAX RATE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. ELECTIONS 



H 1 7/23/81 a 

H I 9/04/81 B 

H 2 9/27/81 A 

H 1 10/08/81 B 

H I 1D/21/BI 8 

H I lD/31/81 a 



H 1 

H 1 



6/02/81 

9/26/81 

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H 1 
H 1 
H 1 
H 1 
H 1 
H I 
H I 
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a/22/Rl 
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ID/03/81 
11/03/81 
12/03/81 
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12/oa/si 


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U 

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a 

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1 N 
1 N H60 
I P N H60 
1 N H60 
1 P N H60 
I N HOC 
1 N H60 


H 1 
H 1 
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6/02/81 

6/23/81 

12/24/81 


B 
d 

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1 N 

1 N H60 

1 N HbO 


H I 
H I 


6/03/81 
7/21/81 


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a 


1 N HdO 
1 N 



H 1 10/06/81 B 
H 1 12/11/81 B 



H 1 5/02/81 a 



s 




5/14/81 A 8 


N 


H 




5/16/81 a 1 


N 


H 




5/17/81 A 1 


N 


s 




5/19/81 A 4 


E 


H 




5/21/81 H 1 


N 


H 




5/27/81 C 1 


N 


H 




6/02/81 e I 


N 


H 




6/04/81 B 1 


N 


H 




8/28/91 a 1 


N 


H 




11/20/81 e I 


N 


H 




12/17/81 B 1 


N 



H 2 9/27/81 A B N 

H I 11/21/81 a 1 N H60 



H I 11/24/91 a 1 



H 




5/05/81 


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H60 


H 




5/19/81 


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H 




5/28/91 


B 


N 




H 




6/03/81 


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N 


HbO 


H 




6/16/81 


B 


N 




H 




7/21/81 


B 


N 




H 




7/22/81 


B 


N 




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7/29/81 


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7/31/91 


B < 


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7/31/91 


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8/09/91 


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H 




3/11/91 


B 


N 


130 


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8/19/91 


a 


N 




H 




8/22/91 


a 


N 




H 




9/01/81 


B 


N 




H 




9/02/81 


a 


N 




H 




9/09/l'I 


B 


N 


HbO 


H 




9/15/91 


a 


N 


HbO 


H 




9/22/81 


B 


N 


HbO 


H 




9/26/81 


c 


N 


i-^S 


H 




10/36/81 


b 


N 


HbO 


H 




10/06/91 


a 


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H 




10/21/91 


a 


N 




H 




U/03/81 


B 


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HbO 


H 




11/03/81 


B 


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12/01/P 


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N 


HbO 


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12/05/8 


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12/03/9 


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HbO 


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12/08/81 


B 


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H 




12/22/81 


B 


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5/23/81 


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6/02/81 


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12/31/91 



1/13/8J 



FILLING OF VAOriCr URGED IN ILAXANCE 

IL'X'Nfc COUNTY CO'XISSnNfBSi «eO« G«fi IZ AT ION 
ALAVANCF CJUNTt AOOPTS BEORGAN I Z a TI □•< 

ALAHASC6 C2UMV CJllRTMHu^t 

30N0 »TTE oeCISION EXPECTEO »nNOAT 
ALAHAKCF TO hOlO SEPARATE SONO VOTES 

alahanCc C3u^T» OE"OCRaTIC PARTY 

AIA«AHCF OE'-XRiTS SC-E'^ULE HEETING 
GEE FILLS VACaNCt ON ALAMANCE SOARO 
3 GOVERNORS DINNER SLATED 

ALAHANCE COUNTY OE»T. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
COURT MAY RESOLVE ABORTION DISPUTE 

ALAHANCE COUNTY SCONOHIC D£VEL0P"ENT OFFICE 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
ALAMANCE POST IS QUESTIONED 
ALAMANCE SEEKS TALKS ON ECONOMIC PROISAM 
DEVELOPMENT UNIT MILL BF OISCUSSEO MONDAY HORNING 
ALAMANCE OFFICIALS PLEDGE COOPERATION 

ALAHANCE COUNTY FARMERS MARKET 
SEE ALSO FARMERS MARKETS 

ALAMANCE FaRMEkS fair opens SATURDAY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HISTORIC properties COMMISSION 
SEE ALAMANCE HISTORIC POOPERTIcS COMMISSION 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HISTORICAL MySEuM 
SEE ALAMANCE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 

ALAHANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 

SEE ALSO ALAHANCE COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
PULMQNOLIGISTS TO JOIN STAFF 
ALAMANCE HOSPITAL TO PaISE rates 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL OFFICIAL TO TAKE POST IN EDENTON 
ALAMANCE HOSPITAL ELECTS NEM OFFICERS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY hQSPITAL. AUXILIARY 
SCHOLARSHIP AMAOOED in ALAMANCE 

ALAHANCE COUNTY JAIL 

BOND VOTE OECISION EXPECTED MONDAY 
ALAMANCE TO HOLD SEPARATE BONO VOTES 
ALAHANCE SETS FEB. 2 VOTE ON BONO ISSUE 
ALAMANCE "OARO SLATES BOND VOTE FOR FEB. 23 
OFFICIALS PREPARING FOR BOND DRIVE 

ALAHANCE COUNTY LIBRARY 

SEE BURLINGTON, N.C.. LIBRARIES 
SEE CENTRAL N.C. REGIONAL LIBRARY 
SEE HAY MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HANA'^ER 

ALAMANCE BOARD Plans Ct 



ANGcS IN JOVERNHENT 



ALAMANCE COUNTY -EMQRIAL HOSPITAL 

SEE ALSO ALAHANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL DECORATES FOR CnRISTMAS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

SEE ALAHANCE COUNTY SOARO OF EDUCATION 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS 

NEmSPaPER cannot PuSLISH DOCUMENTS. N.C. JuOGE SAYS 

BURLINGTON PAPER BLOCKEO FROH PRINTING DOCUMENTS 

JUOGE TO HEAR ARGUHENTS THIS "ORNINC 

SCHOOL ?OARO "AY GET PROPOSAL ABOUT BRIGHT 

ASSOCIATION INSTALLS OFFICERS 

BURLINGTON STUDENTS HONORED 

PUPILS IN ALAMANCE COUNTY MILL START SCHOOL ON AUG. 31 

SCHOOL REGISTRATION SLATED 

PARENTS* WORKSHOPS PLANNED 



anCE COUNTY SCHOOLS. ACCREDITATIONS 
ALAMANCE SCHOOLS ACCREDITED 



ALAMANCE COUNTY SChQOlS. COMMENCEMENT 

FOUR ALAMANCE SCHOOLS SCHEDULE GRADUATIONS FftlOAY 

ALAHANCE COUNTY UNITED mat 

SEE UNITED MAY OF ALAHANCE 

ALAMANCE FORUM 

FORUM APPLICATIONS SOUGHT 

ALAHANCE HISTORIC PROPERTIES COHMISSIQN 
SEE ALSO ALAMA?<CE HISTORICAL HuSEUH 
IT81 BATTLE RE-ENACTED IN ALAMANCE 

ALAHANCE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 

SEE ALSO ALAHANCE HISTORIC PROPERTIES COMMISSION 
6Th ANNUAL FIDDLERS PICNIC TO BE HELD IN ALAMANCE 

Christmas touR tickets on sale 
alahance/casmell counties mental health agency 

SEE ALSO Mf,(7ii. HEALTH 

ALAMANCE PROGRAM AIMED AT PREVENTING SEXUAL ABUSE 

ALAHBRISTa! (FILM) 

YOUNG'S 'ALAMRRI STa: • 



A MASTERPIECE 



Tnf ALAHO 

SEE ALSO SPANISH-AMERICAN MAR 

N.C. NATIVES BIG IN TEXAS nISTORY 

ALBEMARLE HOSPITAL 

FLEAS. NOT MEOM. 



alpemarlE sound 

pollutants found in h.c 



BROUGHT ON 'SCAT- 
STRIPED BASS 



ALEuTE»ai lORuGl 

ASTHMA CRU4 MAT dE USEFUL FOR 3YSSIN0SIS 

ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO ABC STORES 

SEE AIS^ EEEk 

SEE ALSO PRANOY 

SEE ALSO JOSEPH SChLITZ BREWING CO. 

SEE ALSO LIOuOR-BY-InE-DRINK 

SEE ALSO PARKS. N.C. ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO Public property drinking ban 



N F 
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10/J6/91 


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H I 
H I 


R/l-i/ai 
9/22/81 


8 
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N 


H60 
HbO 


H 1 
H 1 

H 1 


5/28/fll 

6/06/ai 

10/29/81 


b 
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1 




N 
N 
N 




H 2 


a/o/si 


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1 11/C3/91 B 1 

1 12/05/ai C I 

1 12/01/91 B 1 



H I 6/19/31 6 I 



1 6/19/81 B 1 

1 8/0T/81 B 1 

1 10/09/El S 1 

I u/io/ai B I 



7/04/91 6 



9/15/81 a 

9/22/ai 3 

10/21/81 B 

11/03/81 " 



H 1 12/01/81 3 



HaO 
H60 
H60 



H60 
H60 



H 1 9/26/81 C I N LJO 
H 1 12/19/81 C I N HoO 



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H 1 5/16/91 6 1 

H 1 5/19/91 3 1 

H 1 5/22/91 5 1 

H 2 6/l'./91 A 7 

H I a/07/91 3 1 

H 1 8/23/81 3 1 

H 1 10/29/81 3 1 



H 1 12/17/81 8 1 
H 1 6/03/81 a 1 



H I 6/17/Bl C 1 



7/21/81 a 1 



H I 5/12/91 e 1 N 

H I U/2*/91 e 1 N 



H I 12/05/91 C 1 N L30 

H 2 6/05/81 I 1 P R S56 

S 2 6/19/81 ASF J50 

H 2 6/23/81 A 1 N 

M 2 9/27/81 B 10 N 

H 2 9/06/ai A 26 N 



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PiCE 15 

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SEE «LS" WINE 

•F«I£NDL»" HUMICIOES: LlQUU* »H0 CLOSE CONUCT 

OSCINANCE JN iLCJHOL IS UPHELO 

SI»TE SHOULD aESCIND BAN ON DRINK IN P4PKS 

IN&B»" SAYS MIS SUITE DIDN'T SERVE LIOUOK 

FAHOROUNOS ciOOZE aAN APPROVED 

FAIR POLICY FOR FAIR 

ALCOHOL. HEALTH EFFECTS 

TAKE CARE UHEN MIXING HOLIDAY CHEER MITH HEOICATION 

ALCOHOL. ILLICIT SALES 

SEE ALSn ALCOHOL. SALFS 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 
SEE ALSO "OONSHlNf 

SEE ALSO U.S. TREASURY DEPT., BUREAU OF ALCOHOL. T09ACC0 AND FIREARMS 
STunn D 0«NtR ACQUITTED 
l"! GALLONS OF MOONSHINE SEIZED IN RAID 

MORE Charges ahe pending 

3 FACE charges on MQONSHINING 

R0UGE"0NT man pleads guilty to LIOUOK CHARGES 

7 CHARGED IN CHAPEL HILL MITM ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS 

STILL DESTROYED IN FRANKLIN 

BUDGET CUTS MUDDY MOONSHINERS' FUTURE 

MOONSHINE SEIZED IN ROUGEMONT RAID 

ALCOHOL. LAHS 
SEE ABC LANS 

ALCOHOL. SALES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL. ILLICIT SALES 
SEE ALSO LEGAL DRINKING AGE 

MAYOR RAPS SALES TO MINORS 

VENDORS ASKFD TO HELP HALT UNDERAGE DRINKING 

N.C. LIOUOK SALES DIP; BEER. aINE SALES CLIMB 

ORANGE PLANS CRACKDOWN ON UNDERAGE DRINKING 

CAMPAIGN TO SEEK STOP OF UNDER-AGE DRINKING 

COMMISSION TO CONSIDER RAISING N.C. DRINKING AGE 

ALCOHOL, Taxes 

SEE ALSO TAXES. N.C. 

STUDIO Owner acouitted 

TAX PROPOSAl S GIVE SOME LEGISLATORS PROBLEMS 

ALCOHOL RETAILERS MUST FILE OCCUPATIONAL TAX RETURNS 

TAX ALCOHOL--IT'S MORE HARMFUL THAN TOBACCO 

HUNT RUNS INTO OPPOSITION ON GAS. ALCOHOL TAX PLANS 

HOUSE UNIT Cuts hike in gas tax 

TAX INCREASE ON BEER ANO LIOUOR JINS N.C. COMMITTEE APPROVAL 

COMMITTEE OKS ALCOHOL TAX; GAS TAX NEARING ENACTMENT 

2 TAX-HIKE PLANS VOTED BY HOUSE 

TAX TOBACCO AND ALCOHOL 

MOONSHINE/ALCOHOL TAXES (CARTOON) 

LEGISLATORS SHELVE CIGARETTE TAX PLAN 

FURTHER TAX HIKES WON'T COME UP THIS SESSION 

HUNT WANTS NEW TAX 

HUNT ALCOHOL TAX HITS SNaG: CONSTITUTIONAL OuESTION IS BROUGHT UP 

ALCOHOL TAX BIO FACES TOUGH FOES 

HUNT. LAWMAKERS SET FOR LIQUOR TAX BATTLE 

ROYALL, HUNT DIFFER ON MAIN ISSUES 

SPIRITED BATTLE ON SPIRITS 

NO TOAST FOR TAXES 

HUNT CONCERNED LEGISLATORS WON'T ACT ON LIOUOR TAX 

PAY RAISES TOP AGENDA IN RALEIGH 

MOUSE GIVES INITIAL OK TO STATE WATER BONDS 

PANEL APPROVES STATE'S SALARY PACKAGE 

HUNT GIVES UP ON CIQUOR TAX 

HUNT: HIKE IN SALES TAX NOT RULED OUT 

SENATOR ROYALL RIGHT: NO MORE HIGHWAY MONEY 

ALCOHOL TAX IS HUNT'S 2H0 LEGISLATIVE DEFEAT 

ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION 

POLICE HIT DRINKING IN PUBLIC 

SOVIET UNION LEADS IN DEATHS FROM ALCOHOL 

ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO ABC LAWS 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL. ILLICIT SALES 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

MORE Charges are pending 

APPEALS COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL 
BUDGET CUTS MUOOY MOONSHINERS' FUTURE 
MOONSHINE SEIZED IN ROUGEMONT RAID 
DA HOLDING REPORT ON ALLEGED ASSAULT 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTER, BUTNER, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLISM RESEARCH AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, ALCOHOLISM 

BUTNER CENTER MAY BE SAVED 

CENTER AT BUTNER MAY GET REPRIEVE 

GETS ACCREDITATION 

ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTER, DURHAM, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 

OETOX-HOUSE IN CHAPEL HILL: A 'NORMAL' PLACE TO DRY OUT 

ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO OETOX-HOUSE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SUMMER INSTITUTE OF ALCOHOL STUDIES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM RESCUE mission 

SEE ALSO FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLISM RESEARCH authority 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC DRUNKENESS 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION. ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, ALCOHOLISM 

MILLS TO SPEAK AT DUKE INSTITUTE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THINGS THAT COME ACROSS AN EDITOR'S DESK 

EDITOOIAL PHILOSOPHY FAVORS ANARCHY 

DURHAM MINISTER. FIRM WIN AWARDS 

RECEIVE AWARDS 

guy: end BARGAINING ON DUIS 

ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT CENTER, BUTNER, N.C. 

SEE ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTER, BUTNER, N.C. 

ALCOHOLISM TBEAT"ENT CLINIC 

SEE ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTER, 

ALOERSCATE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
NQVEMBEBFEST PLANNED 

ALDRIDGE POWER MOwFR CO. 



DURHAM, N.C. 



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11/03/81 


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5/05/81 






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5/26/81 




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6/25/81 




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H 2 


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6/27/81 






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6/28/81 






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9/23/81 






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10/03/81 






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10/05/81 






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H 2 


10/06/81 






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10/06/81 






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10/07/81 






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H 2 


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H 2 


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10/12/81 






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S 2 10/01/81 A 
H 2 11/11/31 A 



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6/08/ai 


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H 1 


11/07/81 


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S 2 


12/01/81 


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H 2 


12/20/81 


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H 2 


12/2<./ai 


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5/J2/81 
5/02/ei 
7/25/81 



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N H60 



H 2 9/06/81 C 1 P F H6a 



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P>GE 16 



C PC L P 3TL 



"TESi-rHt pn«eR ANO PERFORXINCE JF SIMPLICITY C4N 00 Trt6 Jje ! " l»OI 
14 Cm»1N saws taken fOOO STORE 
GUNHAN QQnS iAN IN CAR 

ALERT Ca?LE TV 

SEE ALST CABLE TELEVISION. N.C. 
CAR080RO POOL LOOKS POSSIBLE 

•LIENATION-OF-AFFECTIOS 
SEE ALSO DIVORCE 

•I.e. JuCGE SETS 120.000 OAMAGES IN ALIENATION SUIT 
OUNN FILES ti HILLION SUIT 
SUIT F ILEO 

ALIMONY 

SEE ALSO CHiLO Custody 

SEE ALSO DIVORCE 
NAUSEATING MOROS 

•LL-AMERICAN CITIES 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
ALL-AMERICAN CITY GETS SANfORO PUSH 

GROUP TO RECa»"ENO CIVIC CENTER DEVELOPER 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASEBALL TEAK 
SKITn. RETQ ON 1ST. iND TEAMS 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM 
SEVEN HEELS all-aCC 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE PRE-SEASON FOOTBALL TEAM 
mYSOCKI, BRYANT HEAD ACC TEAM 

ALL-CAROLINA LEAGUE 

KOMHiNSK IS MVP IN Carolina league 

BULLS: KQMMINSK NAMEO MVP; 6 PLATERS GET MINTED INVITES 



IN A BL»CK COMMUNITY (BOOK! 



ALL DU» KIN: STRATEGIES FOR SURVIVAL 
HANGING ON TO LORD AND LAND 

ALL-SAV6"S CERTIFICATE 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

iUL b-OULO LO^ER COSTS OF oOR'OalNG. ENCOURAGE SAVINGS 

ALL-SAvERS LIFE-SAVERS ICARTOONl 

ALL-SAvERS CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE OCT. 1 

SAVERS Can get Tak BREAK 

SUN MILL OjBLISH ALL SAVERS RATES 

N.C. BANKS MAY SELL NOTES ON OCT. 3 

DURHAM BANKERS FORESEE ALL SAVERS RUSH TOMQRROM 

BANKS OFFER CUSTOMERS EXTRA HOURS 

ALL SAVERS" RUSH EI'ECTED TODAY 

DURHAM ALL Savers business brisk tooay 

ALL S«VERS SELL BRISKLY 

MANY OuRhAM ALL SAVERS BUYERS TRANSFERRING FUNDS 

BANKS SAY BUSINESS GOOD ON SATURDAY 

LEGISLATIVE PANEL ADOPTS SOME MEDICAID LIMITS 

LO.ER INTEREST SEEN CUTTING ALL SAvFRS DEMAND 

ALL SAVER 3«LES in STATE TOPS »W2 MILLION 

OURHA" SAVERS EXAMINE ALL INVESTMENT OPTIONS 

ALL SA»ERS FuMOS FOLLOm U.S. TREWD 

NF» CERTIFICATES OBA» LITTLE "NEW MONEY- 

i TAR HEEL ^ANKS TO OPEN TOMORROm FOR ALL SAVERS 

2 BANKS OPEN TOMORROW 

ALL SAVERS SAID GOOD INVESTMENT DESPITE DECLINE IN INTEREST RATES 

ALL S«vERS' YIELD DROPS. SALES HOLD STEADY 

DISCOUNTS GN riANCE 



ALLA-OhIO valley COAL CO. IMASHINGTON, 

FIRM Suspends coal shipments 



o.c.i 



»llen inc. 

SEE D. 



IFAYETTf VILLE. N.C.I 

. ALLEN CONCRETE SERVICE CO. I F AYETTEVI LLE . 



ALLENTON REALTY AND INSURANCE CO. 
RE20NING Of 202 ACRES OK'O 

ALLERGIES 

RELIEF IS HARD TO flNO FOR HAY FEVER SUFFERERS 

MEASURE CAN AIO INSECT STING VICTIMS 

EASING The sting 

STUDY FINOS ALLERGY AMONG LEAF WORKERS 

NE» 0»UG HELPS ALLERGY SUFFERERS 

ALLERGIES SUBJECT OF TALK 

ALLERGIST TO SPFAK MONDAY AT OuKE 

SKIN TESTS Can spot ALLERGIC IRRITANTS 

ALLIED CHE-tCAL CORP. 

ALLIED CORP. MAKES offer to BUY COMPANY mITh PLANT IN DURHAM 

ALL IGATORS 

GATOR MAY HAVE BEEN INTENTIONALLY SHOT 
ALLIGATOR CENSUS UNDER MAY 

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY 
PLEDGE FUNDS 

ALSTON AVE. 

SEE ALSO NORTH ALSTON AVE. 

PATH CLEARS FOR CONVENIENCE STORE 

ALTAIR AIRL INES 

reboarding jet at ROu 

jet is diverteu to rou airport ' 

BOMB Threat sparks plane search at rou 

ALTERNATIVE Care network 

alternative Care program is under way 

alternative energy corp. 

see also energy sources. alternatives 
rtp corporation strives for innovations in energy 

alternatives tas> force 

SEE Durham alternatives Task fO»CE 

alTRUSa club OF Durham 
OFFICERS INSTALLED 

ALUMINUM 

CHNSERVATION TRADE-OFFS 

SEQUEL. . . 

RECYCLING AT NORThGATE 

RECYCLERS REACH BILLIONTH POUND 

METAL VALUED AT H.TOO STOLEN FROM ELECTRIC CO. 

ALUMINUM RECYCLING 



H 2 o/2H/?l G ". 
H 2 10/31/^1 A II 
S 2 ll/20/ai C I 



H 2 11/11/91 A 



7/03/81 
12/09/61 
12/0<)/81 



5/13/Sl A <. 



N <90 

N MOQ 



H 2 6/23/81 8 1 
S 2 7/J1/91 C 1 
H 2 12/21/91 B 1 



H 2 5/07/81 D I 
H 2 ll/2'>/"l a 1 
H 2 7/19/81 E 3 



H 2 8/26/ei B 2 
S 2 9/26/SI C 1 



H 2 12/06/ai D 1 » F A20 



a/30/81 

9/07/81 

9/09/81 

9/20/81 

9/24/«l 

9/2<./81 

10/01/81 

10/01/81 

10/02/81 

10/02/81 

10/03/''l 

10/03/81 

10/0<./Bl 

10/08/81 

10/08/61 

10/09/81 

10/12/81 

10/17/81 

10/22/81 

10/30/81 

10/30/81 

11/26/81 

11/27/81 

12/06/81 



15 

i 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

12 

I'' 

17 
15 
1 
2 
1 
17 
1 



»56 

sa3 



sa3 

S83 
F76 

sa3 

E78 

saj 



H 2 12/15/81 A 12 



2 


6/09/31 


B 


1 




5/ 9/91 


A 






7/ 6/ei 


1) 






7/ 6/81 


A 






3/i 3/81 


3 






3/20/81 


A 


10 




10/02/81 


L 






10/02/31 


A 


1 1 




10/25/81 


D 


L 1 



H 2 5/l'./81 A 



M 2 7/26/Bl A <, 
S 2 11/09/81 C 3 



S 2 12/30/81 C 



S 2 5/05/81 C 1 



M 2 U/22/"l b 1 P P 
H 2 12/22/91 S 9 V 
S 2 12/22/Bl A 9 N Sa3 



H 1 10/10/31 B 1 N L30 
S 2 12/29/91 A IPC 

S 2 6/19/81 A 6 P P H94 



7/06/91 
7/12/91 
7/15/91 
a/J5/8l 
9/29/91 



U G33 
U G33 



nonthly/*nnu*l 



INDEX 



PACf i; 



PC L » 3rL 



SEE BECCL ING , ,„ 

SEE REYNOIOS «LU"INU" RECYCLING CO. 



sIe ilSQ 1e«5FS 15EE «LSO N«ME S Of SPECIFIC OISEASESl 

SEE ALSO OUKE AlZHEIMEk'S FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK „,,,,„^ 

OSOUP SEERS TO HELP FAMILIES Of ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE VICTIMS 

SUMMARY SET ON ALZHEIMER DRUG STUDIES 

DUUE PROGRAM ENCOURAGES SELf-HELP FOR CHRONICALLY ILL 

PROGRAM STRESSES SELF-HELP FO" VICTIMS 

ALZHEIMER SUPPORT UNIT PLANS MEETING 

ALZHEIMER'S MtETING SET 

ALZHEIMER GROUP MEETS THURSDAY 

'"\imiS it?JK^S f = JI«'I}^!NT^SL«"''iSg CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZ- 
SEE ALSO TEYHLE INDUSTRY 

NO COMPROMISE vOwED ON 9R0«N LUNG FIGHT 

UNION LOCAL PLANS TO STRIKE 

DURHAM UNION STRIKES 

NO TALKS SCHeOULEO IN STRIKE , , ,, 

VTE SCHEOULEO TODAY ON CONTINENTAL CONTRACT 

CONTINENTAL STRIKERS VOTE 27-17 TO ACCEPT CONTRACT 

TEXTILE MILL'S WORKERS GET BACK PAY 

REVISIONS IN CONTRACT REJECTED 

BURLINGTON INOUSTRIES APPEALS RULING 

MILL POSTS PAY RAISE REJECTED aY UNION 

UNION CLOSES IIS OfFICE IN CONCORD ^,,,„ , ,. ,, 

LABOR CHIEF ASKS OSHA TO RELAX INSPECTION RULES 

AMBULANCE SERVICE, ALAMANCE COUNTY 

ALAMANCE TO RAISE AMBULANCE FEES 

AMBULANCE SERVICE. DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO VIAL OF LIFE 

AMBULANCE SERVICE REFUSED 

PARAMEDIC HURT IN »RECK 

BOARD DELAYS ACTION ON AMBULANCE REGULATION 

BEE STING COULD HAVE BEEN FATAL 

"^iy,'"ihc'lU"c'0>A^y: N.C. AMBULANCE SERVICE 
AMBULANCE SERVICE REDUCED 
AMBULANCE SERVICE RESTORED 
AMBULANCE PERSONNEL TO TAKE EMT COURSE 
LEE CHANGES POLICY ON AMBULAI.CE CALLS 

AMERICAN SOD 



H 




5/03/81 


A 15 


H 




5/27/81 




H 




6/20/91 




<; 




6/22/81 




s 




7/27/81 




H 




3/26/ai 




S 




9/21/81 





_--LTRIP CCP5 lOTH POLE SLOT 
JUNIOR JOHNSON MAKES MALTRIP GO 
RUITMAN'S FAST LAP COMES TOO LATt 
UALTRIP seeks FOURTH STRAIGHT 
NEh TEAM FOP PEARSON DISCUSSED 
AMERICAN 500 POSTPONED 
SPEEDUAY DRIED OUT 

LTRIP SEEKS DRIVING CROWN IN 
LTRIP'S <,Th straight DOESN'T 



fOR AMERICAN POLE 



AMERICAN 500 
COME EASY 



MALTRIP GOES INSIDE TO HOLD OFF ALLISON 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR STATE AND LOCAL HISTORY 

HISTORICAL AWARD GIVEN FOR DUKE HOMESTEAD SHE 

HISTORIC GROUPS SALUTED 

FINE WORK GETS BOOST 

PRESERVATION EFFORTS MIN DESERVED RECOGNITION 

DURHAM PRESERVATION CROUP TO GET NATIONAL RECOGNITION 

APPLEWHITE, PRICE. LUODINGTON WIN AWARDS 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE AOVANC EMENT OF SCIENCE 
NATIONAL GROUP SELECTS MUSEUM OF LIFE. SCIENCE 
SCIENTISTS TO HELP MUSEUM 
IN LOFTY COMPANY 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS 

SEE ALSO PROFESSORS, U.S. , , 

MORE WOMEN SAY TENURE NOT APPLIED CONSISTENTLY 
NON-TENURED WOMEN FACULTY AT UNC CITE LACK OF SUPPORT 

AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO LEGAL ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO N.C. dAR ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO U.S. SUPREME COURT 

LAW SCHOOLS LAUNCH MAJOR REVISION OF ADMISSION TEST 
ABA SPOKESMAN RAPS BuSING BILL . ,. 

NCCU EVENING LAW SCHOOL RECEIVES BAR ACCREDITATION 

AMERICAN BRANDS , ,,,, „, 

SURVEY SHOWS OPTIMISTIC INVESTMENT ATTITUDE 

TAINT OF TOBACCO IN EYE OF BEHOLDER , ,^, 

LIGGETT, AMERICAN SETTLE SUITS OVER HEALTH WARNING CHARGES 
FIRM INTRODUCES LINE OF COMPUTER SOFTWARE 

AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO. 

SEE ABC (AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO. I 

AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION, aARTLEII DURHAM CHAPTER 
HONORED 
INSTALLATION 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIFTY 

CANCER SOCIETY PLANS DISC FAIR 

CORRECTION 

IGNORANCE NOT TO BLAME 

AMERICAN CANCE" SOCIETY, DURHAM CHAPTER 
SOCIETY HALFWAY TO GOAL 

DURHAM CANCER SOCIETY COMPLETES FUND CAMPAIGN 
INSTALLS OFFICERS 
DURHAM SMOKERS QUITTING FOR KISSES 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, N.C. DIVISION 
FRIDAY WILL ADDRESS CANCER SOCIETY 
DAVIS ELECTED 

33 N.C. CANCER SOCIETY UNITS TAKE PART IN GREAT SMOKEOUl 
MANN'S DEDICATION LIVES ON THROUGH ACS RECIPE BOOK 
COOKBOOK CHRONICLES POPULAR TARHEEL TASTES 

AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 
SEE ALSO CIVIL RIGHTS 
SEE ALSO N.C. CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

GIMMICKS WON'T WIN FIGHT AGAINST CRIME 

VISTA DISMANTLING BRINGS SUITS 

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS 
REASSURANCE NEEDED 





5/05/Pl 


A 


b 




7/D5/81 


L 






7/Ofc/ai 


1 






7/07/81 


A 


H 




7/13/ai 


a 






7/13/81 


A 






7/l<./81 


A 






7/30/81 


a 






S/C/Sl 


H 






3/25/81 


B 






8/25/81 


B 




? 


9/05/81 


A 


lU 


2 


9/07/81 


A 


16 



H I 11/07/81 B 



H 2 a/19/ai 

S 2 9/05/81 

H 2 9/09/01 

H 2 9/21/81 



H I 7/01/81 C 1 N 

H 1 7/08/'>l B 1 N 

H I d/05/9I C I N 

H I U/lfl/91 C 1 N M27 



2 


10/23/8 


C 


1 


N 


591 


2 


10/23/B 


c 


3 


f 


S91 


2 


I0/2<./8 


c 


2 


N 


S91 


2 


10/25/81 


B 


13 P 


f 


S91 


2 


10/25/81 


B 


13 


M 


S91 


2 


10/26/81 


u 


2 


N 


S9\ 


2 


10/29/81 


C 


1* 


N 




2 


U/01/81 





1 1 


F 


591 


2 


11/02/81 


B 


2 P 


N 


S9l 


2 


11/02/81 





9 P 


F 




2 


9/1B/81 


6 


(, 


N 




2 


9/23/81 


A 


10 


N 




2 


9/2<./81 


A 


<, 


E 




2 


9/30/81 


A 


<, 


E 




2 


11/13/81 


A 


I 


N 


003 


2 


11/21/81 


B 


1 


N 





H 2 3/21/81 
S 2 8/21/81 C 
S 2 a/26/81 A 



S 2 10/12/81 C 1 N 

S I 10/16/81 A I N M23 



H 2 5/11/81 B 12 N 
H 2 10/02/81 A 7 N 
S 2 12/31/81 CI N F30 



S 2 5/02/81 A 

H 2 6/13/81 A 

H 2 3/06/81 B 

H 2 12/27/81 C 



H 2 
S 2 



5/18/81 A 
9/16/81 A 



R91 
S76 



H 2 7/09/ai 
H 2 7/ll/ai 
S 2 11/16/31 



H 2 5/23/81 A ID 

S ? 9/02/81 C 24 

S 2 9/D'>/81 A 7 

S 2 11/19/ei A 1 



S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



10/26/81 C 

ll/Oir/Bl A 

11/20/81 C 

12/D4/81 fl 

12/09/81 B 



H 2 9/08/81 A <, 
H 2 12/2',/81 fy 4 



S 2 10/27/31 A A 



F J06 
F A15 



-L«65a- 



M N r H L 



1 N D E I 
12/31/81 



SUBJECTS 



ptr.E Id 



OAVIS 5»YS OU»n.M SURGEONS "EE T CnHPETENC STiNOAROS 
DuJi*- SuRiFONS ARE fULlT sJUALIflEO 
uELCO-'c REASSURANCE 

AMFRtfAN C0NSULTI'4G ENGINEERS COUNCIL 

N.C. ENGINEERS SEE 1982 AS LACKLUSTER 

AMESICAN DANCE EESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO CA'lCE 

EiCITInC Duke sux-t' 

IT'S ABOUT TrtiT TIH6 AGAIN 
GETTING READY fnR ACTION 

?V"sT?;Ar°"sl:Pp"Rr?i|'TQ'llGHT EONOS FREEZE 
g:KpE"'EEfT^;!;r"oJJlRrJSS2uNIT, CLASSES 

fl2:NCI.L''uN!E2TAINTy CLOUDS FESTIVAL OPENING 
RFINMART GIVES oREVIE-i OF OANC E FESTIVAL rAUt 
FFSTIVAL TIHE IS MERE ^ , 

AHERICAN OANCE FESTIVAL NOTES AND NE-S 
SeIfOR-ERS OELIGmTE^ -ITM FESTIVAL AUDIENCES 

*0A"Nfr;EfT^i^Ar:;iT'iL;:"Ss*:LL0CAT!0N 

:ilVV.\\'T.UlV~'lV'ii.'''if4 -ORK FC» OANCE FESTIVAL 

DANCE FESTIVAL NOTES AND ME-S 

TAP DANCING - AN AMERICAN ART 

•. c OANCE TifATER "AS 'E» STANDING 

FESTIvic OPENING ILLUSTRATES GRD-Tm OF N.C. ART 

biNCERS GET -ELL-OESERVED OVATION 

gS^oSI fSil'rA^-CEg^^T'whirE^^orisi^.LL PERFORM HERE 

E ■ra.°riciGE?rHx^rAU^t^s SANE 

"uL TivLOR TO PERFORM AT DANCE FESTIVAL 

r.HnuP REvFALS RANGE. PQWcR 

DA?.CE THEATFR HAS POISE. STRENGTH 

FESTIVAL PUN^ OANCE RECEPTION 

3ASCE THEATER DELIGHTS 

■ECCLfSliSTIC'L DISAPPROVAL' 

mARLE- TROjPE PSC«S POjER 

^FM?l5ri:"-3F",\HpFC tc^'^OR CHOREOGRAPHER 

PATRONS ShoOlD pay fjr OANCE. SVMPHONT 

S;; o'donnelI: -ins new JCCl.i;- 

gi2?n^E^sTrv°AriNvsssScifiTi»i'jF to-orro- 

2t?sM!N-s"0RK°lNTEN5ELV "U-AN 
;o"en£»Mdn°GAP IN NAY O'OONNELL CC-P.NV 
CAuGhT IN THE SPIN OF DEAN'S OANCERS 
5 YOUNG chuREOGRaPmErs GET ChanCc 
DanCIN' hard at DukE 

^'.^^n'^hI'*"- tJIlor returns to festival for benefit 
^Iv s'oInceSI ppeserIe 5ich cultural -ERTaGE 

I. YLOP HOPING 3cNEFIT concert hElPS FESTIVAL 
iuOE DANCE SuPPRISeS FESTIVAL AUDIENCE 

;iJ'\ilt,l''-,T^Vol\lllor%^3'. P.RODY. JOY 
P1,,L TaYLDR OJNCcS DELIGHTFUL 
JiS'.EVILLE^slLuTE TO OPEN THURSDAY 

•legcania' rfturns 
advant-garoe here to stay 

OANCE FESTIVAL notes „,,,,,, 

c'd^c^e'SI'SoIe^e' E.:8Nr^S n'^^Sorhance ^ 

i^^'olv lTe Snh- IS,0U.LITY ENTERTAINMENT 

.(UDE o«i,CING: DON'T HOwTOM TO CENSORS 

'pfL-|r^uf?^'cL^?E"''?r?ANCE FESTIVAL 

piONEER OF DANCE OESEBVES hOmagS 

siapJlSINo'SlLOaOLUS: dancers move -ITTILY as troupe creates ILLUSIONS 

rtgSS^D^i S^i^^J^0;ii?'»'E'T^RNS TO -THE TRIBE' 

3«C"STaGE at The DANCE FESTIVAL 

TPPS IN MODERN DANCE 

DOuPLE vision from OILDBOLUS „„,,,o, i: 

M^iirt^rl^ni IS!c^sI?^^!^i^C^2^^^?HuRE STILL TO DEVELOP 

FESTIVAL Earns support 

I"/?ii?"^E'o"N!?SG IS OVER - 'EI""'" REFLECTS 

A PRICELESS EVENING MiTH "ARTMA uRAMAM 

5aNCE FESTIvJl F^OS WITH A SPLASH 

DANCE FESTIVAL SAVINGS 

DISCOUNTS ON CANCE 

AMERICAN OANCE FESTIVAL. AWARDS 
GRAHAM MiNS AMARD 

FESTIVAL TO SALUTE -ARTHA GRAHAM 
A DANCE PIONEER 

il:il °flllfii "SSlli FORM. DANCE MOVES 
SHE'LL SALJTE DANCE LEGEND 
FORO WILL PRESENT AWARD 
SaS SCRIPPS FOLLOWED DIFFERENT DRUM 
rPAHAM ACCEPTS SCRIPPS award 
^sIpREME INNOVATOR' HONORED AT FESTIVAL 
TOPS IN MODERN DANCE 



IMER 



OPENING 



'^p5Sp8sED'ctTriXSb|T^Vg?SI AGENCY REQUESTS 
SaScE FESTIVAL SAID THREATENED BY CUTS 

^SlTiE^ciT^fooS-^OR A.TS RECIPIENTS 

^d^ Us-'i^2^iNrEN^?ui:^J^'sr;.EARiNGs 

silBPQrS AIDS NON-CITY AGENCIES 
TA.ES-nuLD RAISE IF REDUESTS GRANTED 

THE loSi aSfrican dance festival 

FINANCIAL uncertainty clouds FESTIVAL 

ll°.'Ph\'r :ArS"!''LL OF ALLOCATION 

FESTIVAL LEADER E-PECTING FUNDS 

THE EYE GF ThF beholder 

FREEDOM OF Thought and taxes --cMnTur 

BAPTISTS CAN'T OICTaTE CITY TAX jPENOING 

!ir??;lLi°V^?TrsSe?E?S?S^!N^Jc?rJlCT^E STILL TO DEVELOP 

FESTIVAL EARNS SUPPORT 

Jn.*?Iir}SE'DiNCING IS OVER - REInhaRT REFLECTS 



DATE 

u/05/m 

11/0P/?1 
U/12/81 



H 2 12/20/81 D S 



2 
2 
2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 
2 

2 
I 2 
I 2 
I 2 
, 2 
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■ 2 
I 2 
I 2 

; 2 
; 2 

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> 2 

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i 2 
H 2 
1 2 
S 2 
^ 2 
■I 2 
H 2 
S 2 
M 2 
h 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
M 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
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5/15/81 

5/20/81 A 

5/20/91 C 

5/26/81 » 

5/29/91 A 

O/Oi/ai D 

o/05/'?l 

6/1D/91 A 

6/11/91 D 

6/11/91 

6/ll/ni 

6/11/91 

6/12/ei D 

O/li/"! A 

6/l<./"l C 

6/15/»l A 

6/19/81 A 

6/19/91 D 

6/19/81 D 

6/l'>/°l A 

6/l''/8l C 

5/l'»/81 A 

6/21/Bl C 

6/22/91 A 

5/22/81 C 

6/23/91 A 

6/23/Rl » 

6/2<./8l B 

6/24/81 A 

6/2'./91 C 

6/25/ei A 

6/26/91 * 

6/26/91 

6/26/91 

6/20/BI A 

6/30/91 A 

7/01/81 C 

T/Ol/91 A 

7/D2/81 

7/02/91 D 

7/03/81 

7/03/91 

7/03/81 

7/06/Bl 

7/09/Bl 

7/0')/9l 

7/10/81 

7/10/91 

7/10/81 

7/11/81 

7/13/81 

7/13/ai 

7/13/91 

7/15/Bl 

7/15/81 

7/16/81 

7/16/91 

7/16/ai 

7/17/91 

7/17/81 

7/17/91 

7/l<>/91 

7/21/91 

7/21/91 

7/21/31 

7/21/81 

7/22/91 

7/22/91 

7/23/91 

7/23/fll 

7/24/81 

7/24/91 

7/24/91 

7/27/31 

7/29/91 

7/30/91 

7/30/91 

7/30/91 

7/30/91 

12/03/91 

12/06/91 



11 
I 
1 

13 
I 
1 
1 
1 
3 
I 
9 
7 
3 
5 



BYL 
F30 



P66 
C56 

est 



971 
971 
F57 

P66 

T37 

I Pt>6 



F F57 

N P66 

R F57 

fl L34 

N 

N P66 

N F57 

N S5l 

N 

o L34 

R F57 

N 

R B71 



L34 
S66 
P66 

P6t 
F57 
F57 



I 
1 
1 
11 
5 



I 
2 

12 

1 

1 1 

IC 



R L34 

R L34 

R 371 

n P66 

F F57 
N 

F P66 

F L34 

F B71 
N 

N P66 

P L34 

• R 971 



P66 
671 

L34 
L34 
B71 



L3* 

371 
P66 
971 

L34 

L34 

I P66 



371 
371 
371 



6/03/91 
6/04/91 
6/10/91 
6/19/91 
6/19/91 
7/01/91 
7/01/91 
7/19/91 
7/20/91 
7/20/81 
7/24/81 



5/20/81 
5/22/91 
5/22/91 
5/25/91 
5/27/91 
5/23/81 
5/30/91 
6/DI/91 
6/02/91 
6/11/91 
6/12/91 
6/14/91 
6/15/91 
6/25/-'l 
6/29/81 
6/29/91 
6/30/91 
7/27/81 
7/29/91 
7/30/81 
7/30/91 



1 

12 
(. 
7 

1 1 
1 
6 
I 
1 
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P66 
371 
P66 



1 
1 

1 
1 
4 
1 
3 
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2 P 

1 
3 



3 P 



M36 
P66 



N 054 

N 054 

N <90 

T R56 

F 971 

c 

N P66 



L 

L 

N P66 

F 

E 

971 



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5/01/91 - 



I M e X 

U/31/81 



P»CE 19 
I/IO/BJ 



,^^S"^S^^I;'-eJc'^?S0 SK iiJJIc^S'a.'ic^ES^^rfjAL EVILS IC.KTOON, 

'.^'s^Sbl^^eIks'^o'resoP^eState budget conflicts 

s"lihBr»biaj^Eg ^rof«ff "^ '" '"°" 

CHUCK 0»VIS RETURNS 
CHUCK OAvrS RETURNS 

ifRiCAN dUcin- time A&.IS 

.-coirAKi nAUCf FESTIUAL. ENERGING GENERATION SERIES 
""'oInCE festival INTRODUCES STABS OF TOHORROH 

5 YOUNG CHOREOGRAPHERS GET CHANCE 

OaJcE TAKES A DIP AT FESTIVAL 

PREPARING FOR THE SHOW 

EMERGING TALENT 

OLD DANCE BOUNDARIES PUSHED „,,.,,c 

SuOE DANCE SURPRISES FESTIVAL AUDIENCE 

DANCES STRIP AWAY CONVENTIONS 

DANCE HAKES A SPLASH 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, FUND RAISING 

S"aSc^'Ie^5 H.72Vl'l^l OF ALLOCATION 
fJInO RAISING IS HER mERRY-GO-ROUNO 

AHER.CAN^D.NC|^FESTIVAL. G«tNT%„,„ ,.,,,,, 

•"^"■iJ^jES'nfA^E^J'^Si^EN^IV^Tl^lS'oANCE SCHOOL 
DANCIN- HARD AT DUKE 
I^SS'-rA^SiJGji'c'RSSp USES IT IN DANCE PERFORMANCE 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL. TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION 
TV TAPING FESTIVAL 
FIVE SHOWS TAPED AT AOF 

"-s^^.g^xH ff^jir^Euri^SE^?: vis^isi --"— »-"• • 

AMERICAN FEDFRATION OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES 
VA HOSPITALS TO SEEK BIOS ON SERVICES 

*-t^["?!^s^is;;SA?L^jf3?Ht^gi°?i;f5^E%oi^?^rswu™"''-""°" 

SEE ALSO N.C. AFL-CIO 

SSISlN^TSS'tSS'TEsff pI!°nic of self-interest 

S°tl°"AioJ fEib£Rs"ARE"0P?l2lSTIc"DESPITE LOW RATE OF UNIONIZATION 
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE. COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 
III ittS gySI tiSlv^-.-Hro^trilNTEP. EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO N.C.. STATE EMPLOYEES 
DUKE WORKERS VOTE TO STRIKE 

gllfe '.r.'.VllluZVirdlV^lT expires 

g!j!;l.'5!if^N'S?i.^?VAS0RS REACH ACCORD 
DUKf REACHES AGREEMENT WITH UNION 

AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN STUDENTS 

e!gSt fSeJc^STUOENTS visiting JORDAN HIGH 

AMFRICAN FREEDOM ASSOCIATION 

PROFESSORS WILL JOIN CONFERENCE 

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION 
DUKE THEOLOGIAN CITED 

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL IFURNITURE STDkEI ^.,,,.,,, 
CHRISTIAN ETHICS GUIDE DURHAM MAN'S BUSINESS 

""'^IVe^oSScEO to old DURHAM'S RHYTHM 

AMERICAN LEGION, POST 7 
SERVICE RECOGNIZED 
FOOD FOR THE NEEDY 

AMERICAN LEGION. POST 4 16 

AMERICAN LEGION OFFICERS. AWARDS 

AMERICAN LEGION AUMIIARY OF N.C. 

MBS. RIOOIE IS NEW HEAD OF AUXILIARY 

'""'^rio 'medic;"gro;ps°'issue statement on brown lung 

EDUCATION PACKET OFFERED FOR l'*"E''^.°^!^FS^,'J'^Hf msf, uFS 
luPERSTUFF: GUIDEBOOK HELPS ASTHMATIC KlOS HELP THEMSELVES 

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS. U.S. 

^"eSOlHtIoS^RGES AMA TO DIVEST TOBACCO STOCK 
AMA FlffTS OR. DAVIS VICE SPEAKER 
J51 URGES eSd TO FEOErIl TOBACCO SUBSIDIES 

t:i s^e^Ei'5!fe: ^Sifi!*Lii?$rGUNSHOT wound 

AMERICAN MEDICAL INTFRN AT lONAL 

?IS."2lL'isV§EiPEli?^ AT LEE HOSPITAL DEDICATION 

NEW LEE HOSPITAL RATES BEING RAISED 

NEW HOSPITAL GETS PATIENTS „„,„,t., 

LEE BOARD VOTES DOWN PLAN FOR OLO HOSPITAL 

AMERICAN POSTAL WORKERS UNION 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMPLOYEES 

"§uS!;52 ^olTAr^fflcirLr'sSY LETTERS -ILL REACH DE ST,N . ATIONS 
IN DURHAM, WQBK COULD CONTINUE 



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H 2 9/04/ni 3 1 N W24 
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2 7/02/81 7 

2 9/24/81 A 4 

2 10/06/81 4 4 

2 11/22/81 C 3 



H 2 6/25/81 A 7 N S51 

S 2 6/25/61 A 16 N 

H 2 7/01/81 CI N S51 

S 2 7/01/61 C 1 N 

H 2 7/Q2/B1 B 1 N S51 

S 2 7/02/91 C I N 



H 2 6/20/81 A 6 P f fl' 
H 2 9/02/91 A 7 P N 



S 2 7/17/61 A 6 N 

H 2 5/30/91 B 1 N 

S 2 10/15/81 C 10 P F 

H 2 12/27/81 C 1 » U L57 

S 2 7/14/91 a 6 S = ??I 

S 2 12/19/91 A 3 P P S76 

H 2 7/19/81 A 19 P P R91 

H 2 6/22/81 B 1 P N 



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H 2 U/n/91 10 P 
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6/12/81 A 1 


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H 2 


6/13/81 A 4 


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9/29/81 A 1 


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H 2 


9/30/81 B 4 


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H 2 


10/26/91 A 12 


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5/09/91 C 1 


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H 


6/19/ei 6 


N H60 


H 


7/31/81 B 1 


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6/04/81 B 1 


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6/25/81 


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A 


7 
1 6 




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a/31/81 


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12/16/81 


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6/02/81 


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C56 


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6/19/81 


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9/14/81 


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9/17/81 


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MAILMEN ON ThF JOP 

AMPfllCAN POSTAt. WOfiKERS UNION, OUftMAM LOCAL 
POSTAL H0BAF3S PLAN TO PICKET 
POSTAL WORKERS PLANNING PIC>t£T 

AMERICAN PSYCMOLOCICAL ASSOCIATION 
BFVAN HEAPS NATIONAL GROUP 
BfVAN MEAOS PSYCHOLOGY ASSOCIATION 

AMERICAN PUBLIC WORKS ASSOCIATION 
CHAPTER PICKS hRIGhT 

AMFRICAN REO CROSS 

SEE ALSO PLOOO -'ONORS 
SEE ALSO "LOQOmOBILE 

REO CROSS TO r.ET PORTRAIT 

ST0CK9RICGC NAMED CONSULTANT 

The limits on MERCY 

POM outreach UNOERhay 

AMERICAN REO CROSS, OuRHAM COUNTY 
RED CROSS SCHOOLS OFEEREO 
PORTRAIT OEOICATEO 
YOUNGSTERS ARE CERTIFIED TO SIT 
LIFE-SAVING AID MORE PREVALENT 
REO CROSS GIVES AHARO TO DURHAM BLOOOMOBILS 
RESTAURANT KOOKERS GET MEDICAL TRAINING 
REO CROSS mOnOREES 
blooo pressure checks 
2 to attend red cross conference 
o-negaiive blood needed 
red cross: volunteers honored thursday 
reo cross doors oecoratfo 
for"e» poms jualify for federal benefits 

SIOF PENEFir 

AMERICAN REO CROSS, N.C. CHAPTER 

BLOOD DRIVES UNOER WAY IN N.C. 

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 
GOATS SHOT FOR ARMY MEDICAL TRAINING 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HEATING. REFRIGERATING C AIR CONDITIONING ENGINEERS 
CHAOOnCK LEADS SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS 

AMERICAN SPEECH, LANGUAGE ANO HEARING ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO HEARING DEFECTS 

SEE ALSO SPEECH PATHOLOGY , , ,„ , . 

•hERALO'S' KIM BEST WINS MEDIA AWARD FOR SPEECH ARTICLE H 2 10/16/81 A 1 N 

AMERICAN STONE CO. 

COMMISSIONERS DELAY MINING PERMIT S 2 9/09/81 A 3 N M23 

QUARRY GETS USE PERMIT H 2 10/27/81 All N 

AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. 

NOTICE TO TELEPHONE CUSTOMERS H 2 12/09/91 All A 

AMERICAN TELEVISION ANO COMMUNICATIONS CORP. 

CABIEVISION OFFICIALS PLEDGE IMPROVEMENTS S 2 12/02/81 A 1 N K90 

AMERICAN TEXTILE MANUFACTURERS INSTlrtjTE 

RECORD TEXTILE IMPORTS SEEN H 2 6/19/81 A 7 N 

NEW MACHINES FIGHTING TEXTILE IMPORTS H 2 12/07/81 A 9 N 

AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. 

LEAF MUSEUM PLANNED IN REIOSVILLE H 2 3/03/81 A 12 N 

R.J. REYNOLDS PURCHASES AMERICAN STORAGE ShEOS S 2 8/17/81 A 1 N Sa3 

AMERICAN SELLS WAOEHUUSES H 2 8/18/81 B 1 N 

AMERICAN WAREHOUSES NOT USED IN SEVERAL YEARS S 2 8/18/91 6 1 N S83 

AMERICAN TOBACCO WORKERS UNION 
SEE TOBACCO WORKERS UNION 

AMERICAN TREE FARM SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO FORESTRY 

ANDY GRIFFITH TO ATTEND TREE FARM GALA H 2 5/28/91 A 16 N 

AMERICA'S JUNIOR MISS 

RALEIGH GIRL WINS K.3,500 AS AMERICA'S JUNIOR HISS H 2 6/19/81 A 1 P N 

AMERICA'S YOUTH IN CONCERT 

GOING ON TOUR S 2 7/02/81 A 1 «, P P S76 

AMINOIL USA INC. 

UNIVERSITY OF S.C. AIDS IN SEARCH FOR OIL. GAS H 2 10/08/81 A 10 N 

AMISH 

THE AMIShmaN h 2 9/20/81 *• E 

AMMUNITION 

SEE ALSO Guns 

SITE SOUGHT FOR 13 MILLION PLANT H 2 6/16/81 b I N H6a 

SEARCH FOR PLANT SITE CONTINUES S 2 6/16/91 A 10 N 

AMOSKEAG CO. 

COMPANIES PLAN TO COMBINE H 2 5/19/91 A 8 N 

FIELOCREST MILLS TALKS HALTED H 2 7/22/81 8 5 N 

AMPhENOL (DURHAM DIVISION OF BUNKER RAMO CORP.l 

ALLIED CORP. MAKES OFFER TO BUY COMPANY WITH PLANT IN OURHAM H 2 5/14/81 A 9 N 

AijpLjC TAM f JUC 

ALLEGATIONS OF DRUG USE: DENIAL OF BENEFITS APPEALED H 2 5/25/81 B 7 N 

ANDREW w. MELLON FOUNDATION 

FORESTRY SCHOOL GETS MELLON GRANT H 2 8/17/81 B 1 N 

ANDREWS HIGH SCHOOL IHIGh POINT, N.C.I 

ANDREWS OUSTS CHAPEL HILL H 2 11/14/81 fl 2 P N 

COACHES AGREE: VANCE QB COULD HOLD THE PLAYOFF KEY H 2 11/19/81 I P F S71 

VANCE, H.P. ANDREWS CLASHING IN PLAYOFFS H 2 11/20/81 C 1 F S71 

BAKER'S 191 YARDS POWER ANDREWS OVER VANCE, 17-8 H 2 11/21/61 B 2 P N S71 

GOINS* RETURN PROVES SUCCESSFUL S 2 11/21/81 A 10 P U C09 

ANECDOTES (BOOK I 

THE LITERARY LANTERN S 2 9/05/81 A 15 R 

ANESTHESIA 

DAT MARKED DAWN OF 'MERCIFUL SURGERY' H 2 10/12/81 A 1 P F 930 

ANGEL DUST r 

SEE PCP 1-ANGEl OUST"! 

ANCIFR b. DUKE SCHOLARSHIPS 

DUKE GIVES AwAHns S 2 5/15/91 b 4 N 



i 



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INDEX 



SUBJECTS 



S I 

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PtCE 2 1 
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«NCl.n-»HfSIC«N fnL«L[f6 FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. DURHA" 

"EuSiiiS ^S^loU'c^ 'ArSirT'EOi. .N^LO-AMERICAN FESTIVAL 
9R IMG ON The HRI T1 SH 

ANHEUSER-SUSCH INC. , , „ ,^ 
HARRIS INC. OPENS NE« WAREHOUSE 



H 2 lO/Kl/l"! A 1 
S 2 lO/H/ei A <. 



H 2 9/2'./81 A 10 N F73 



ANIMAL ATTACKS 

SEE ALSO OOG ATTACKS 

LINCOLN HAN ^^AULEO BY OOG 

AMIHAL BfHAVlOR 

OUKE TURTLE DOVES REWRITE THE ROMANTIC CLICHES 
STRANGE aEHAVlOR 

ANIMAL CONTROL 

SEE OOG CONTROL 

ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS. CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO nuHMAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 

ANIMAL CRUELTY NETS MAN FINE 

FREE-POAMINC DOGS PLAGUE DURHAM DESPITE LEASH LAW 

PIGEONS NOT WANTED AT BRIGHTlEaF 

ANIMAL THEFTS 

SEE CATTLE RUSTL I NG 

SEE OOGNAPPInG 

SEE HORSE STEALING 

ANIMALS 

SEE ALSO DEAD ANIMALS 

SEE ALSO ENDANGERED SPECIES 

OEAO ANIMALS OUMPED IN OURmAM MAN'S YARD 

ANIMALS OUMPED NEAR HOME 

"■3 ANIMALS DIE IN BARN PLA26 

THE CHARM OF L ITTLE ONES 

ANIMALS. CONTROL OF 
SEE OOG CONTROL 

"* SEE ALSO^AMER ICAN SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 
SEE ALSO ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO ANIMALS. MEOICAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 

RATE FILMS "UNACCEPTABLE' WHEN THEY EXPLOIT ANIMALS 

STOLEN HORSF BEATEN 

STOLEN HORSF WAS INJURED BY GUNSHOTS 

PREGNANT CAT DIED MISERABLY 

GOATS SHOT FOR ARMY MEDICAL TRAINING 

ANIMAL CRUELTY NETS MAN FINE 

JUDGE FINES MAN $100 FOR CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 

RABBITS VS. BREAD 

ANIMALS. MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS. CRUELTY TO 
SEE ALSO OUKE PRIMATE FACILITY 
SEE ALSO "EOICAL RESEARCH 
SACRIFK lAL GOATS 

ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C. ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS. ANNEXATIONS 

SEE ALSO GREENSnOaO. N.C. ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO HIGH POINT. N.C. ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO RESIDENTS AGAINST ANNEXATION 

NE» BERN BCARO VOTES TO HALT OCT. b ELECTION 

NEW BFRN BUS CASE IS SETTLED 

NEW BFRN OFFICIALS PLAN TO FILE ANNEXATION SUIT 

RESTRAINING ORDER HALTS ELECTION IN NEW BERN 

JUDGE REFUSES TO DELAY ELECTIONS IN NEW BERN 

ANNEXED NEW BERN RESIDENTS MAY VOTE 

JUDGES ALLOW LUMBERTON ELECTION 

SUPREME COURT GRANTS REQUEST TO STAY LUMBEKTQN'S ANNEXATIONS FROM VOTING 

BOARD ORDERS NEW ELECTION IN NEW BERN 

HIGH POINT ANNEXATION MOVE HALTED 

ANNIE (PLAY t FlLMl 

'ANNIE' TO FtNEFIT PUBLIC TELEVISION 
WUNC-TV TO BENEFIT FROM ANNIE 

ANORFIIA NERVOSA 

SEE ALSO DISEASES ISEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC OISEASESI 
SEE ALSO HUNGER 

POLICE SAY WOMAN DIES OF STARVATION 

STARVATION CITED IN DURHAM DEATH 

ANSON COUNTY. N.C. 

FIRM'S Suit seeks to overturn law 

COMPANY sues TO OVERTURN ANSON LAW 

ANTACIDS 

RESEARCH LINKING ULCER DRUG TO CANCER STIRS CONTROVERSY 

ANTHONY J, MCKEVLIN AWARD 

JULIE SHEA AGAIN NAMED ACC'S BEST 
SHEA REPEATS AS ACC'S TOP ATHLETE 

ANTHRAX 

SEE ALSO DISEASES ISEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES! 
ANTHRAX TERRORISTS 

ANTHROPOLOGY 

SEE ALSO EVOLUTION 

EXPERT SAYS 'COUSIN RAMA' LIVED IN TREES. NOT ON LAND 
ANTHROPOLOGIST HOPES TO SAVE OLD MEXICAN ART 
180 MILL ION-YEAR-OLO FOSSIL FOUND IN ARIZONA 
FOSSIL JAW OF MAMMAL ISO MILLION YEARS OLD 

ANTHURIUMS 

ANTHUn lUMS ; 



H 2 8/27/81 



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S 2 12/28/81 



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S 2 U/27/81 A 1 P N SOI 

H 2 l2/2<./ei B 14 N 38 1 



THEIR BEAUTIFUL BLOSSOMS WILL LAST FOR WEEKS 



ANIl-ABORTION CROUPS 
SEE BIRTH CHOICE 



ANTI-BUSING BILL 
SEE SCHOOLS. U 



ANTI-CANCER DRUGS 
SEE CHEMOTHERAPY 



ANTI-INFLATION PROGRAM 



o/23/Pl A IC 

6/25/ni B 1 

10/17/81 B 1 

10/27/81 A <. 



5/16/Rl 

■j/ae/Bi 

9/0<)/Hl 
9/19/ei 
10/0l/»l 
10/02/Bl 
10/02/81 
12/21/81 



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S 2 3/20/31 12 N 

H 2 8/2'i/ai A a P N 



S 2 9/07/81 A 1 N 

H 2 9/08/81 C 1 N 



M 2 11/23/81 A 5 N 

S 2 U/29/81 A 16 N 



S 2 U/11/81 C 3 U 



H 2 6/24/81 B i, P N 
S 2 6/2<./81 5 N 



H 2 10/19/81 A 



H 2 7/l'./8l A 1 D N W24 

M 2 a/16/ai A 6 P N 

S 2 9/17/81 A 1 P N 

H 2 9/18/81 C 10 N 



H 2 6/14/ai A 25 P F G78 



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P»06 22 
1/10/82 



SEE ECONQ»Y, 1) 
SEE INfL«TION. 



U.S. 



*Nri-NUCLEAR MOVEMENI 

SEE ALSO 0E"0NSTSArIONS 

SEE ALSO NuClEA" ENEROY 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAO PLANTS. U.S. 

OUKE PQWEO'S nuclear plant motion OENIEn 
CPCL "»Y CANCEL jOflK ON TuU NUCLEAR HEACTOHS 
MCCUIRE NUCLEAR PLANT TO BE STARTED UP 

ANTI-RECES' ION PROGRAM 
SEE RECESSION 

ANT I-SEMITIS" 

SEE ALSO JEWS 

PELLEY'S MYSTICISM 



EVOLVED INTO POLITICS 



ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 
SEE CIGARETTES 
SEE TOBACCO. ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

ANT I - TERROR 1 SM PROGRAM 

IRAN RESCUE MISSION LEADER TO START ANT I -TE RROR I ST FIRM 

ANTI-<AR PROTESTORS 
SEE ALSO VIETNAM 

.llLl) POOTESTORS DID NOT DISHONOR VETERANS 

ANTIQUE SHOWS 

CHARLOTTE ANTIQUES SHOW OFFERED BY MINT MUSEUM FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY 
RALEIGH ANTIguE SHOW JILL OFFER WIDE VARIETY 
ANTIQUE SHOWi SALE PLANNED 

ANTIQUES 

SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 
SEE ALSO AUTOS. ANTIQUE 

APPRAISAL DAY TO BENEFIT SOCIETY 

ANTIQUE APPRAISAL DAY 

SOCIETY PLANS APPRAISAL CLINIC 

PRESERVATION SOCIETY PLANS ANTnuES SHOW 

ANTIQUES DAY: THREE EXPERTS APE COMING 

CHRISTIE'S APPRAISERS F I UD TREASURES IN CHAPEL HILL 

BROKEN GOBLETS AREN'T HOPELESS 

ANTIQUES: THEY'RE GAINING IN VALUE. EXPERT SAYS 

BELL'S CURE FOR THE BLUES 

ANTS 

see also insects, pests 
Those ants upset scales of justice 

ANX IFTY 

SEE WORRY 

APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO PEVEHly apartments 

SEE ALSO CARRIAGE HOUSE APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO CONDOMINIUMS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C.. DOWNTOWN DUELLING 

SEE ALSO FOX CREEK APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO FRANKLIN COURT APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING. DURHAM 

SFE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, U.S. 

SEE ALSO INDEPENDENCE PLACE 

SEE ALSO JFK TOWERS 

SEE ALSO LYNNHAVEN APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO PINEWOOD APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO POPL'R APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO STONEWOOD 

SEE ALSO TOWNHOUSES 

SEE ALSO WINDERM£«E 

HUD ASKFO TO YANK OK FOR ARTS. 

TAXES MAY BOOST RENTS IN CUMBERLAND 

INDEPENDENCE PLACE BACK WITHOUT SUBSIDY 

CITY MUST OK LYNNHAVEN TO GET BLOCK GRANT FUNDS 

HUD THREAT RASED ON HOUSING 'DEFICIENCY' 

HUO THREATENS FUND CUTOFF 

APARTMENT CONSTRUCTION UP IN DURHAM 

DEVELOPERS CHANGE INDEPENDENCE PLACE 

COMMITTEE BACKS ANNEXATION PLAN 

COMMITTEE APPROVES INDEPENDENCE PLACE 

CHILDREN PROTEST CHANGE IN SWIMMING POOL HOURS 

COUNCIL OK'S REVISEO SITE PLAN FOR PROJECT 

COUNCIL OKS INDEPENDENCE PLACE SITE 

ENFORCE CODE, JUDGE TELLS HILLSBOROUGH 

AGENCY EASES DEMAND ON CITY 

APARTMENT CONSTRUCTIUN UNDER WAY 

VENERABLE APARTMENT HOUSE GOING CONDQ 

CITY HAS NO LAWS ON CONVERSIONS 

COURT BACKS CONDOMINIUM CONVERSION 

ROGERS: CONVERSION IS ISSUE THAT MUST BE FACED 

KIM griffin: POOST size of SECTION 9 COMPLEXES 

BRIGHTLFAF OWNERS AREN'T PART OF CONDOMINIUM CONVERSION 

LOW-COST HOUSING NOW SCARCE 

DURHAM APARTMENT RENTALS DROP "it 

NO STOPPING CONOOS 

CITY TO PAY 1800.000 IN MATER BILLING SUITS 

CITY aEADY TO PAY BACK WATER MONEY 

CONDOMINIUM CONVERSION RAISES QUESTIONS 

CITY CANDIDATES OPPOSE REGULATING CONVERSIONS 

APARTMENT CONVERSION MAY SAVE BUILOING, BUT RESIDENTS WILL MOVE 

PLAN WOULD "cQUIRF NOTICE OF CONDOMINIUM CONVERSION 

U.S. GOVERNMENT TO STUDY CONDOMINIUM CONVERSIONS 

CDNOOMINIUM COvFRAGF GETS CRITICISM 

ROBERTS BUILDING NEW APARTMENTS 

HOW TIMES 00 CHANGE: 1ST APARTMENT BUILT IN 1913 

COMMITTEE DENIES APARTMENT BID 

ZONING REQUEST MEETS OBSTACLE 

APES 

SEE ALSO GORILLAS 

EXPERT SAYS 'COUSIN KAMA' 

APEX. N.C. 

IDEA WORTH COPYING 

APEX POLICE OEPT. 

APEX POLICE CHIEF INDICTED 

APPAL ACH I A 

D.c. EXHIBIT Fails to mirror expectations of appalacmia 

PARSON OF THE HILLS BECOMES SANTA FOR MOUNTAIN CHILDREN 

APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS 

UNIVERSITY OF S.C. 



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1/10/82 



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tPPALAfrilAN POWeB CO. „^., 

LAND POP UNSuILT OAH ReSULD AT PttOflT 

POMER COHPANY MARES PROPIT ON LAMO FIRST BOUGHT FOR DAM 
TURNING A TIDY PROFIT 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV. 

APPALACHIAN AWARDS DEGREES 

FIVE STUDENTS FROM DURHAM ATTEND PROGRAM 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV. SPORTS. BASKETBALL 

APPALACHIAN ST. BURNS BLUE DEVILS FOR 75-70 VICTORY .^.,.,, 

DISMAL DUKE: OEVUS HEADED FOR BASKETBALL WILDERNESS ONCE AGAIN7 
WOLFPACK DEVASTATES M0UNTIE5 
WOLFPACK AVOIDS AMBUSH 

APPALACHIAN TRAIL 

^ HIKERS DIE ON APPALACHIAN TRAIL: VA. SLAYINGS SMOCK RESIDENTS 
DESCRIPTION CIRCULATED IN SLAYING OF 2 HIKERS 
TRAIL MURDERS REVIVE SAFETY ISSUE 
SHE HITS 'EM WITH ICE CREAM 

APPLE CHILL CLOGGtRS 
SEE ALSO CLOGGERS 

STOMPIN" AT THE station; 

APPLES 

FOLKS AIIOUJD HEBE: MINUTE DRAMA 

N.C. APPLES: l'"ll CROP IS SMALLER BUT QUALITY 'EXCELLENT' 
CURRENT PRICES FOR APPLES DISAPPOINT N.C. GROWERS 
SOUTHERN APPLE GRO.ERS NEED NEW STRATEGY, ECONOMIST SAYS 
EARLY VOW FORGOTTEN WITH FARM 

APPLIANCES 

SEE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

APPLIOUE 

FABRIC SCRAPS CAN BECOME A WORK OF ART 

APPRENTICE BRICKLAYING CONTEST 
SEE ALSO BRICKLAYERS 

BRICKLAYING CONTEST SLATED FOR STATE FAIR 

AQUEDUCT (CHRISTIAN CONFERFNCE CENTERI 
STUDY CENTER LEADER RESIGNS 

iRABIAN STALLION 
SEE ALSO MORSES 

INTEREST RATE SQUEEZING CHAPEL H I LL-C ARRBORO Y 
HORSE WILL Be PRIZE 

ARBITRATION 

SEE BASEBALL, SALARY ARBITRATIONS 
SEE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 

ARCADIA WOMEN'S MEDICAL CLINIC 

ARSON PROBED IN ABORTION CLINIC BLAZE 

ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO ANTIQUES 
SEE ALSO FOSSILS 

DUKE ARCHFOLOGIST DATES SYNAGOGUE TO 7TH CENTURY 

ARCHAEOLOGIST 'THRILLED' BY CATACOMB DISCOVERY 

EARLY REPLICA OF LOST ARK OF COVENANT DISCOVERED 

FLAT RIVER SURVEY SET 

THEY STAGED OWN RAID ON 'LOST ARK' 

MEYERS: DIG CONTROVERSY COULD BE BEGIN'S UNDOING 

GRAVES AND ARCHEOLOGY 

RELIGION PROFS PLAN ARCHAEOLOGY LECTURES 

RELICS MAY FORESTALL LANDFILL PLANS 

ARCMAf OLOGISTS MAY FIGHT LANO^ILL 

LANDFILL 

ARCHITECTS, DURHAM 

ARCHITECT «INS PAYMENT 

ARCHITECT: DOWNTOWN TO RETURN AS HEART OF CITY 

ARCHITECTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ARCHITECTURE, DURHAM 

SHE WAS DESIGNING HOUSES IN 1669 
CHARLOTTE ARCHITECT FEATURED 

ARCHITECTURE 

SEE ALSO PALLADIAN ARCHITECTURE 

DRAWINGS OF ARCHITECT ON EXHIBIT AT ACkLANO 
GET TO KNOW PALLADIO 

ARCHITECTURE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ARCHITECTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION FUND OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 

PRESERVATION AWARDS GIVEN 

DURHAM'S AWARD WINNERS 

ARCHITECT: DOWNTOWN TO RETURN AS HEART OF CITY 

HISTORIC DURHAM: SURVEY TURNS UP U OLD BUILDINGS OF INTEREST 

PANEL BACKS BUS STUDY GRANT 

THE KRESS BUILDING: 'LITTLE SIT OF HISTORY' 

ARCHITECTURE, N.C. 

OLD LEE HOSPITAL RENOVATION URGED 
FLOWERS TO SPEAK AT FORUM 
N.C. BUILDINGS LECTURE TOPIC 

ARCHITECTURE, U.S. 

WHEN PROGRESS AND HISTORY CLASH 

UNC SCHEDULES WEEKEND SEMINAR ON ARCHITECTURE 

ARGENTINA 

REYNOLDS ENTERS ARGENTINA MARKET 

ARK OF THE COVEtiANT 

EARLY REPLICA OF LOST ARK OF COVENANT DISCOVERED 

THEY STAGEO OWN RAID ON 'LOST ARK' 

MEYERS: DIG CONTROVERSY COULD BE BEGIN'S UNDOING 

ARMED BOBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BANK ROBBERIES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM 
ROBEEBY INVESTIGATED 
ARMED MAN RTBS BANK ON ROXBORO 
SHOTGUN IS USFD IN ROBBERY 
BANK ROBBER IS STILL SOUGHT 
GUNMEN BOB MANAGER AT HOME 
GAS STATION MANAGER ROBBED 



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9/09/81 

9/16/81 

10/11/81 

10/11/81 



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2 
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5/2<./91 
8/29/81 
9/09/81 
10/23/81 
11/15/91 


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E 

A 
B 
B 
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P N M09 

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SUBJECTS 



P»GE ?<. 
1/10/82 



ABHfo Thieves hit g»s station 

2 CMAB&FO IN S0B8ERV 

TEEN-AGER CHABGEO 9T DURHAM POLICE 

RIDER ROaS TRUC« DRIVER 

'T?JS:;G?i';?PQ«?^'-lN stole »ADI0 AT GUNPOINT 

TWO ROB GAS STATION 

ARHED ROSPER STRIKES MOTEL 

nOLIOAV INN IS ROBBED 

ARMED ROBBERY REPORTED 

POLICE EXCHANGE GUNfIRE MITM "AN 

HAN AEOUCTEO. FREED UNHURT r^.rc 

SfF-OUTYPSO FIRES SHOT AT MAN DJRING CHASE 

2 ARMFD HOBHERS MiT GROCERY 

GROCERY HELD UP SECOND TIME 

STOLEN GOODS CARRY MESSAGE 

ARMED ROBBER HITS CAR SHOP 

MAN HOLDS UP STORE IN DURHAM 

MEN REPORT ASSAULT 

ARMED ROBBERS TAnE SANK DEPOSIT cmo, nvcc 

WOULO-BE ROBBERS WOUND »DiJLT|OOKSTORE EMPLOYEE 

SMITH'S GRUCtRY IS HELD UP FOR THIRO TIME IN A MONTH 

N.C. COURT DEFINES ARMED ROBBERY 

FOOD STORE ROBBER SOUGHT 

Two MEN SEIZE TAXI CAB 

POLICE INVESTIGATE ROBBERIES 

ARMED ROBBERS HIT ABC STORE 

NO ONE HURT IN ROBBERY 

RalEIGh man IS ROBBED 

abmFO theft CHARGES FILED AGAINST PAIR 

POLICE REPORT TWO ARMED ROBBERIES 

GUNMAN 00B5 STORE , ^„ 

MAN ROBS STORf, SHOOTS AT CLERK 

RneeEP STRIKES MAN WITH SHOTGUN BARREL 

ARMED MAN ROBS TExTIlEASE OF t3i700 

MAN CHARGED IN HOLDUP 

POLICE MOLD ROBBERY SUSPECT 

MAN CHARGED IN THEFT FROM STATION MANAGER 

GRACE CHARGED IN ROBBERY 

COUPLE Threatens, robs man 

ARMED MAN ROBS BANK ON ERWIN RO. 

PPL ICE SEEK MAN 

MAN WITH KNlfF ROBS WESTERN UNION OFFICE 

ATKINS HELPS CAPTURE MAN 

SHE REFUSED TO BE ROBBED 

KNOX STREET STORE ROBBED 

TWO ARMED MEN hOB ECkERO STORE ,,„„, 

TWO lEEN-AGFBS GRAB POCKETBOOK AT STORE 

MAN ASSAULTED. ROBBED AT SOUTH SQUARE MALL 

MAN JAILED IN ROBBERY 

THIEF STRIKES ToaIlER 

LiTTLF RIVER TRIAL OPENS ON MONDAY 

POLICE PR03F ARMED RQBOEkY 

GUN"AN BUPS OUTCH VILLAGE 

POLICE PROBING ARMED ROBBERY 

MAN ESCAPES aFTFR armed ROBBERY 

THIEF RGBS. ABDUCTS MAN 

TEEN SHOT DURING ROBBERY 

YOUTH SHOT BY OWNER OF STORE 

ARMED MAN ROBS STATION 

THIFF'S GUN DISCHARGES IN ROBBERY 

ARMED ROEBEB HITS MARKET 

HOBEER HITS PHARMACIST 

2 MEN ROB STORE; EMPLOYEE STRUCK 

PUZA DELIVERY ENDS IN THEFT 

ANGIEB AVENUE STORE ROBBED 

ARMED ROBBER STEALS DRUGS 

GUNMAN BQB5 MAN IN CAR 

ARMED MAN ROBS DRIVER 

POLICE PROBE 3 ARMED ROBBERIES „„„c„,cc 

DURHAM POLICE PROBING THREE ARHED ROBBERIES 

ARMED THIEF TAKES MAN'S WALLET 

ASSAULT. ROBBERY CHARGES LODGED 

POLICE HOLD DURHAM MAN ON RAPE. ROBBERY CHARGES 

2 GUNMEN TIE. ROB VICTIM 

WOMAN ROBBED AT HOME; MISSING DAUGHTER TURNS UP 
5aBlER!°5"TIM'f5kNEo''oS LIGFT TO FIND MAN POINTING GUN 
DRUGS TAKEN IN REVCO STORE HOLDUP ..,,^.., .. 
POLICE CHARGE HAN WITH FIRING GUN AT NIGHTCLUB 
ALSTON AVENUE STROE ROBBED 
THREE ACCUiED IN BURGLARY 

2 CHARGED IN BURGLARY 

3 GUNMEN ROB CHURCH GROUP 

THIEVES ROB CHURCHGOERS OF VALUABLES „„„,„„ 

4RREST WARRANTS ISSUED IN CHRISTMAS EVE ROBBERY 

ROBBERY ARREST 

DETECTIVE "ShOCkEO* BY RULING 

JUDGE REDUCES BONOS 

BONO REINSTATED IN HOBBERY CASE 

JUDGE REINSTATES BOND TO 550.000 

POLICE PROBE BOBeEKY 

HAN ROBS STORE 

ARMED ROBBERY. N.C. 

SEE ALSO BANK ROBBERIES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO ROBiERY. N.C. 

ORANGE MAN FIRES SHOT AT POLICE 

HILLSBOROUGH mjn HELD FOR ROBBERY 

SURRENDER TO POLICE , ,_„ ,.„ , „_ 

TWO HOLD BURLINGTON MAN CAPTIVE AT USED CAR LOT 

HENDERSON STORE ROBBED 

ABC STORE IS ROBBED; CUSTOMER HIT ON HEAD 

LAWYER CHARGED IN BANK ROBBERY 

JUDGE ORDERS PSYCHIATRIC EXAM 

THREE MEN HOLD UP STORE IN PITTSBORO 

GUNMEN ROB AFTE5-H0URS OEPOSITORS 

TRUCK DRIVER ROBBED NEAR CRANKLINTON 

2 MEN CHARGED IN ARMED ROBBERY 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN GUILTY IN ROBBERY 

BALDWIN SENTENCED 

MAN HOLDS UP STORE IN ROXBQRO 

Two ROBBERS LOSE LOOT. GUN 

man is charged in shooting 

minister held hostage during robbery shot 

policeman killed at holdup sce me 

school official killed by robber „,^,,,., 

authorities investigate death of school official 

charlotte policeman kills robber 

officers kill han. free his hostage 

Three held in break-in 

ibhed man robs bank in raleigh 

man robs bank in raleigh 

man sentenced in armed robbery 

ex-policeman sought on charges 



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S 2 


5/2')/81 A 


2 


H 2 


6/06/81 b 


1 


S 2 


6/06/81 A 


3 


S 2 


6/08/Bl C 


1 


H 2 


6/a'»/81 B 


1 


H 2 


6/11/81 6 


1 


S 2 


0/11/81 C 


1 


H 2 


6/12/ei A 


^ 


H 2 


6/12/81 C 


10 


S 2 


6/n/Bl C 


1 


H 2 


6/18/81 B 


5 


H 2 


6/27/81 A 


10 


S 2 


7/03/Bl C 


1 


H 2 


7/0't/Bl A 


12 


S 2 


7/04/81 A 


3 


S 2 


7/07/81 A 


3 


H 2 


7/08/Bl A 


1 


H 2 


7/09/31 a 


1 


S 2 


7/o<)/a c 


4 


H 2 


7/11/8 A 


in 


S 2 


7/11/8 A 


3 


S 2 


T/U/ai A 


12 


S 2 


7/21/81 B 


1 


S 2 


7/22/fll C 


I 


S 2 


7/28/81 B 


1 


H 2 


7/2'5/BI C 


2 


S 2 


3/05/91 C 


1 


S 2 


9/10/81 C 


I 


H 2 


8/11/81 A 


10 


S 2 


3/11/ni 


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H 2 


8/13/81 A 


1 1 


H 2 


B/13/B1 A 


1 1 


S 2 


9/13/ni A 


14 


H 2 


8/18/81 B 


1 


S 2 


8/18/ei A 


3 


S 2 


a/21/81 A 


9 


H 2 


8/25/81 6 


1 


S 2 


8/25/91 3 


1 


H 2 


a/29/91 e 


1 


S 2 


8/29/81 C 


1 


H 2 


8/31/91 A 


4 


H 2 


9/05/81 C 


10 


H 2 


•J/O'J/Bl 8 


1 


S 2 


9/D')/91 C 


1 


H 2 


9/19/91 A 


3 


H 2 


9/19/fll A 


3 


S 2 


9/19/Bl A 


3 


H 2 


9/26/91 C 


1 


S 2 


10/02/31 A 


13 


H 2 


10/03/81 a 


10 


S 2 


10/03/91 A 


3 


S 2 


10/10/81 A 


3 


S 2 


10/1'./8I C 


1 


S 2 


10/30/81 A 


1 


H 2 


10/31/81 B 


1 


H 2 


11/05/9 1 A 


7 


H 2 


11/05/91 A 


18 


S 2 


11/05/91 C 


1 


S 2 


11/12/91 C 


1 


H 2 


11/13/81 A 


8 


H 2 


11/13/91 A 


9 


H 2 


11/13/81 a 


5 


S 2 


11/19/81 A 


5 


S 2 


11/20/81 C 


I 


H 2 


11/21/81 B 


1 


S 2 


11/21/81 A 


5 


H 2 


11/22/81 C 


3 


S 2 


n/25/81 C 


1 


H 2 


11/30/91 B 


1 


S 2 


11/30/81 A 


11 


S 2 


11/30/81 C 


1 


S 2 


12/01/81 8 


1 


H 2 


2/08/ei A 


1 


S 2 


2/08/91 A 


9 


H 2 


2/09/81 A 


8 


H 2 


12/18/81 C 


1 


S 2 


12/18/91 C 


1 


H 2 


12/19/81 C 


1 


H 2 


12/22/81 A 


12 




12/22/81 A 


10 


S 2 


12/23/91 A 


I 


H 2 


l2/2'./81 b 


14 


H 2 


12/28/fll A 


11 


H 2 


12/29/81 A 


1 1 


H 2 


12/29/81 a 


1 


S 2 


12/29/81 8 


12 


H 2 


12/30/81 B 


1 


S 2 


12/30/91 A 


5 


S 2 


12/30/91 C 


1 


H 2 


12/31/91 B 


2 



S 2 


6/04/81 


A 


6 


N M04 


H 2 


o/05/ai 


A 




N 


H I 


6/23/91 


A 


1 P 


P 


H 2 


6/23/81 


8 


1 P 


N 


H 1 


6/27/61 


8 




N 


H 1 


7/14/81 


B 




N H60 


H 2 


7/23/91 


8 




N 


H 1 


7/24/81 


B 




N 


H 1 


a/oe/Bi 


8 




N 


H 2 


9/01/81 


A 




N 


H I 


9/16/81 


B 




H 


H 1 


9/18/81 


B 




N 


H 2 


9/26/Bl 


B 




N 


S 2 


9/29/81 


8 




N 


H 2 


10/17/81 


A 




N 


H I 


0/24/91 


8 




N 


H 2 


1/06/91 






N 


H 2 


Il/21/Bl 






N 


H 2 


1 1/24/81 






N 


H 2 


11/25/81 






N 


S 2 


11/25/91 






N 


S 2 


11/30/81 






N 


H 2 


12/01/81 






N 


H 1 


12/05/81 






N 


S 2 


12/14/81 




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N 


H 2 


12/15/81 






N 


S ? 


12/15/81 


B 




N 


S 2 


12/31/81 


A 


10 


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SUBJECTS 



PC L P BYL 



iR"En »OBeeHY, u.s. 

SEE ALSO SANK ROanEBIES. U.S. 
SEE ALSn K0R3ERY, U.S. 

DURHAM HAN EXTRAOITEO IN OLD S.C. CASE 

FI9[ SEEKS GASTQNIA XAN IN MISSISSIPPI ROBBERY 

GET THE GUN USER. NOT THE GUN 

WORDS WON'T STOP CRIME 

ROBBERY SUSPECT SHOT 

»R"S SALE 

SEE ALSO MILITARY AID ITO FOREIGN COUNTRIES! 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WEAPONS 

U.S. REACTING WISELY TO BEGIN AGGRESSIONS 

FOES OF PLANES SALE ARE BEING INTIMIDATED 

HELMS. EAST PHAISE VOTE ON AWACS 

OUEST FOR MIDEAST PEACE NEVER-ENDING 

The peace PROCESS ICARTOONI 

WEAPONS FOR PETRODOLLARS 

HOLD ON. MR. tIEGIN 

ARMY 

SEE U.S. ARMY 

ARMY. RECRUITING 

SEE MILITARY, RECRUITING 

ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS 

SEWAGE PLANT LAND LEASE MAY BE APPROVED MONDAY 

FUNDING APPROVAL TnO MONTHS AWAY 

DREDGING FUNDS MAY BE REDUCED 

OWASA MAY GET LAKE PERMIT SOON 

RAINFALL SWELLS FALLS LAKE 

FALLS LAKE LEVEL RISES FRriM RAINS 

RALEIGH CLUB FORMED FOR COASTAL FISHERMEN 

FEEDING AN INSATIABLE OCEAN 

SEAPLANES' CORPS CONSIDERS JORDAN LAKE 

INVASION? NCI, IT WAS JUST THE U.S. ARMY PRACTICING 

USE OF SEAPLANES ON LAKE OPPOSED 

CANE CREEK RESERVOIR ACTIONS TAKEN 

CANE CREEK CONDITIONS ARE ACCFPTEO 

CANE CREEK FOES MOPE WAR'S WON 

JORDAN LAKE GATES WILL CLOSE SEPT. 1 

3URHAM TO CONOUCT STUDY ON FLAT RIVER BASIN 

FLAT aiVER SURVEY SET 

JORDAN GATES TO CLOSE TODAY 

0AM JAMMED AS GATES SHUT 

JORDAN: THE LAKE HAS BEEN LONG TIME IN MAKING 

THE MAGIC MOMENT 

OFFICIALS FEAR POLLUTION OF JORDAN LAKE 

WATER FROM LAKE AIDS CAPE FEAR 

CORPS: RAINS HELPED STREAMS 

DRILLING RIGS PERMIT OK'D 

ARROWHEAD HUNTING PRESERVE 

RECALLING THE GOOD TIMES 

ARROWHEADS ^~ 

SEE ALSO CLOVIS PTINTS 

RARE CLOVIS PTINTS MAY DELAY LANDFILL 

ARSENIC 

CHARGE FILED IN 1970 N.C. SLAYING 



ARSON 

SEE ALSO BOMBINGS 
SEE ALSO FIRE INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, ARSON SOUAD 
Two ARE ACJUITTEO of ARSON 

vandals may have set fire 
man found innocfnt of arson 
nccu fire set. investigator says 
fatal fire said deliberately set 

arson, durham 

see also fire insurance 

see also n.c. state bureau of investigation, arson souao 

officials say fire was set 

apartment fire puts itself out 

police trfat death as ar son-homic i oe 

fire damages two homes; teen-ager charged 

police charge teen-ager 

jury frees man of arson count 

officials: arson cause of nccu fire 

durham inmate charged in f|re 

fhrmes tenant held on charge of arson 

house fire may be arson 

officials think house fire set 

boaroinghouse fire called arson 

former tenant charged in fire at bo akd i nghouse 

arson charged in durham fire 

ARSON, N.C. 

"Sar^n^? ?oS;,cS'Ej'oreX°' "'''"^■'^*^'°'" "50N SaUAD 
ORANGE STORE BURNS 

N.C. HOUSE DEBATES SENTENCING OF PROSTITUTES 
REWARD PAID IN ARSON CASE 
ARSON PROBED IN HOUSE FIRE 
SBI PROBING ROBESON FIRE 
ARSON PROBED IN ABORTION CLINIC BLAZE 
MAN CHARGED WITH ARSON OF RECTORY 

TEEN Charged in five blazes 

BLAZE AT LEE SCHOOL INFLICTS MINOR DAMAGE 
THREE CHARGED IN CAR BURNING 

ART AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO CHRISTIE'S ILDNDONI 

ART AUCTION IS SATURDAY 

ART AUCTION SET FOR SATURDAY 

ART EDUCATIDN 

BOOK ON ARTS AVAILABLE FREE 

ART EXHIBITIONS, aURHAM 

ALL-BLACK Collection at nccu art museum 

ART GUILD MEMBERS' SHOW IS AN EYEFUL 

I^^rf'tt^"''' LARGE-SCALE ART CENTER OPENS 

THREE GEMS HIGHLIGHT ART EXHIBITS 

BLACK IMAGES IN ART TO BE EXAMINED 

ARTISTS STILL FINDING NEW WAYS TO PAINT NUDES 

S"9I9,^''"'^'''- "»"'"' CALLAHAN'S IMAGES FROM ' 

PHOTOS wl>i PLACE IN ART COLLECTIONS 

THERE'S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE 

FIVE EXHIBITS ARE OPENING 



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N E46 


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H 1 


5/15/81 


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H 2 


5/17/81 


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6/11/81 


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7/21/81 


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7/21/81 


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5/14/81 


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5/30/81 


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H 2 


6/30/81 


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S 2 


6/30/81 


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7/03/81 


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7/27/81 


A 


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N 


H 2 


8/10/81 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


8/23/81 


c 


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N 


H 2 


8/26/81 


B 


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S 2 


8/26/81 


C 


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H 2 


11/15/81 


c 


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S 2 


11/16/81 


c 


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3/20/81 


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11/19/81 


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12/04/81 


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12/24/81 


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P»GE 36 



C PC L P HVL 



-"HGTOSt »srF» COLOKS Ft»TllRfO IN Afl T EXHIOITS 

Photo shu. li visual «fAsr 

wnSLO SEEN. C'PI='<IE'1CE0 OEPICTEO IN PHOTO EXHIBIT 
ARTIST WINS WITH wIT ANn PICS 

FfABNSIDE COLLECTION OF DRAWINGS ON EXHIBIT 
ASSFH5LACFS D» UILLIAM HILL IMPOSSIBLE TO PIGEONHOLE 
GUILD SHOWS ART IN MIXED MEOIA WITH BROAD APPEAL 
F0< FINDS "STRONG IMAGES" IN THE ART GUILD ENTRIES 
EXPERIHFNTAL » FOLI^ ART MIX IN ART GUILD SHOW 
OUKE IRAwINGS EXHIBIT SHOWS 'FIRST IMPULSES" 

ART FXHieiTIONS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ARTISTS, N.C. 

SEE ALS3 KERR LAKE SPRING ART SHOW 

OPENING RECFPTIONS SET 

IMPATIENT PAINTER USES ALUMINUM FOR CANVAS 

SCULPTURE CAPTURES HIS HEART— ANO DREAMS 

ART busy IN CHAPEL HILL IN MAY 

aCKLANO student SHOW IS A LIVELY. FUN ONE 

FETISH ART IS FEATURED AT INVITATIONAL EXHIBIT 

inTH HOLIDAY ART SHOW SET 

EXMlblTION EXPLORES DIFFERENT MEDIA 

ARTISTS SHOW SIGNS OF FATIGUE 

FRESCOES ARE WORTH THE TRIP 

AN UNHAPPY MIXTURE OF BUSINESS AND AST 

LANDSCAPE ART IS REVIVER IN ACKLAND EXHIBIT 

DESPITE DOG DAYS, C EN T E« /GAL LE R Y SHOW GLITTERS 

ESCAPE SUMMER'S HEAT BY SEEING "LANDSCAPES' 

«tOS • CAMERAS = auTNER EXHIBIT 

PAINTER TAKES TO QUILTS SANS RULES 

FIVE EXHIBITS ARE OPENING 

CIRCLES, PAPER WORKS ARE EXHIBITED 

DRAWINGS OF ARCHITECT ON EXHIBIT AT ACKLAND 

JURIED ART Show is SET IN HENDERSON 

ART ICLESARTICLES 

PHOTOS, WATER COLORS FEATURED IN ART EXHIBITS 

PLASTIC SMGDOY? NOT IN GALLERY 

ARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

FANTASIES AND LANDSCAPES ARE FEATUREL) IN NEW SHOwS 

RECEPTION SET FOR CERAMICIST 

ARTISTS WANT N.C. EXHIBIT BACK 

STONEhENGE on view in ACKLAND EXHIBIT 

RICH IDEAS, TALENT IN UNC SHOW 

BOLD, BRIGHT EXHIBIT AT ACKLANO 

GALLERIES: ZuNG SHOW OPENS 

CHRISTMAS SHOW OPENS 

WEAVING SHOWN IN RALEIGH 

ACKLAND SHOW Explores American art from "3os 

EXHIBIT SHOWS COUNTRY LIFE 

SPECIAL EXHIBl IS OPEN 

ART GF "30S EXHIBIT REVEALS EXPRESSIONIST ROOTS 

ART EXHIBITIONS. U.S. 

COLLAGE EXHIBIT SET 

D.C. EXHIBIT FAILS TO MIRROR EXPECTATIONS OF APPALACHlA 

ART GALLERIES 

ART flU THRIVING IN IHE TRIANGLE 

ART RESTORATION 

GEORGE BACK FROM STORAGE TO GRANDEUR 

ART SCHOOL GALLERY 

SEE CARRBORO ART SCHOOL 

ARTHRITIS 

ARTHRITIS: "OLD PEOPLE"S DISEASE" AFFLICTS 350,000 CHILDREN NATIONWIDE 

COMPOUNDS MAY HELP SUFFERERS OF ARTHRITIS 

ARTHRITIS CLASSES OFFERED 

RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS PATIENTS MAY STRIKE GOLD 

ARTHUR IFILMl 
" ARTHUR " : 



H ? 9/3S/ai a 



YOU HAVE TO BE THERE TO ENJOY THE HUMOR 



ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SURROGATE MOTHER IS SOUGHT 

SURROGATE MOTHER SEARCH ATTRACTS LOT OF ATTENTION 

INFERTILE COUPLES HELPED BY SPERM BANK 

ARTIFICIAL SEAWEED 
SEE SEAWEED 

ARTISTS, BLACK 

ALL-BLACK COLLECTION AT NCCU ART MUSEUH 
BLACK IMAGES IN ART TO BE EXAMINED 

ARTISTS, DURHAM 

ART GUILD MEMBERS' SHOW IS AN EYEFUL 

61-YEAR-OLO ARTIST SUCCESSFUL 

HER SCULPTURE WORKS MAGIC 

LUARDS HAVE RUN OF GALLERY AT DUKE 

LIGHT ANO SHADOW ON A SUMMEfi"S DAY 

HOTEL EUROPA FEATURES N.C. ART: ROOMS WlIH A VIEW 

MAY'S SEASCAPES PART OF EUROPA SCENE 

PAINTINGS: HER LOVE, LIVELIHOOD 

DURHAM ARTIST: IT'S NO HOBBY, IT'S A PROFESSION 

COWBOYS OF The west 

ARTISTS SCHEDULE SALE ON DEC. 5 

HE PAINTS FOR IHE LORD, NOT CRITICS 

ARTISTS, N.C. 

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

TESSIE STINSON: FREE TO ENJOY ART 

EXHIBIT SET TO START 

ARTISTS SHOW SIGNS OF FATIGUE 

LEARY DESIGNS MEDAL 

ILLUSTRATIONS - A "LIGHTER SIDE" OF ART 

TEMPlE-GREENBERG seeks... "THE FORCE BEHIND THE MOVEMENT" 

AN UNHAPPY MIXTURE OF BUSINESS AND ART 

SNOBBERY 

DISTINCTIVE STYLES 

SOUTHEASTERN ARTISTS OFFERED Ji.ODO GRANTS 

ARTIST"S WORK STOPS TRAFFIC 

"The DRFam" UNVEILED AT EUROPA ART PREVIEW 

ARTIST READY. . . SET, GO!: FRANK HOLYFIELD REALLY GETS INTO HIS WORK 

ARTISTS WANT N.C. EXMlflll BACK 

HE PAINTS "That KINO Of COUNTRY" 

EDEN BREWERY PLANS ARTIST COMPETITION 

MAIHESDN WINS ART AWARD 

FELLOWSHIP WINNERS SHOWN 

ART Bli THRIVING IN THE TRIANGLE 

ARTS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ARTS RESOURCE CENTER 



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SUBJECTS 



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SEE AlSn BUSINESSES. DURHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 

sfe alsn duke univ. institiute fq» the arts 
sfe also durham arts council 
see also reviews. theater 

rialio had more live talent acts 

,h£n an arts fair is a block party 

articles articles articles 

EXCITING Dure SUMMER 

HANES: ARTS CAN AID CITY 

HANES: INVESTING IN ARTS CAN REDEVELOP INNER CITY 

ARTS BACKERS TO SE HEARD 

ARTICLESaRTICLESAPTICLES ARTICLES 

ART GUILD MEMPERS" SHOW IS AN EYEFUL 

DURHAM TO RECEIVE »67,530 FOR ARTS 

ARTICLESARTICLESAPTICLES 

ARTS DESERVE T«x MONEY 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

TRIANGLE PLAYBILL '8l-'fl2 

THERE'S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE 

DURHAM THEATER GUILO AIMS FOR POPULAR APPEAL 

GALLERY THEATER EASE 

CURTAIN RISES SOON ON 6R0ADHAY AT DUKE 

CANADIAN BRASS BEGINS DUKE ARTISTS SERIES 

■THE LOVER" OPENS DUKE PLAYERS SEASON 

N.C. SYMPHONY IS "ALIVE AND KICKING" 

FREE OF CHARGE 

"FRONT PACE" HEADLINES PLAYMAKERS" YtAR 

POST -OOERN DANCE FESTIVAL THIS MONTH 

•I OO: I DO!" DOES OPEN RALEIGH LITTLE THEATER 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

FALL BRINGS IT ALL , ,, 

ARTS HILL HAVF BIG PART AMONG EVENTS AT NCCU 

BUSINESSMEN LOOK TO ARTS IN DURHAM 

ARTICLESARTICLES... 

SUNDAY OPTIONS 

ARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS EXPERIENCE 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. N.C. ARTS SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO CULTURE WEEK IN N.C. 

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

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S MANSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. ART SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO N.C. ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO N.C. CULTURAL ARTS COALITION, INC. 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C ARTS PROGRAM 

NOTED PATRON TO ADDRESS ARTS COUNCIL 

DEDICATION NOMI rHEY"LL MOVE THE ART LATER 

FURTHER CUTS LOOM FOR ARTS RECIPIENTS 

TESSIE STINSON: FREE TO ENJOY ART 

NEW MUSEUM IS OPEN FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION 

NEm state art museum TO BE DEDICATED TODAY 

DURHAM TO RECEIVE 467,530 FOR ARTS 

DEDICATION CEREMONY HELD FOR N.C. MUSEUM OF ART 

TMO CARRBORO RESIDENTS WIN ARTS COUNCIL AWARDS 

'TIS THE SEASON FOR THE ARTS 

•The DREAM' UNVEILED AT EUROPA ART PREVIEW 

ARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

HOTEL EUROPA PUTS N.C. ART ON SHOW 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

AOTICLESARI ICLES 

ARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

ASTICIESARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

ARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

ART 812 THRIVING IN THE TRIANGLE 

ARTS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., ARTS SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS 

ARTS AND TAXES 

IF IGNORANCE IS BLISS... 

A BLOW BELOW THE BELT 

ARTS, MORALITY PROBED 

ARTS NOT DOOMED BY CUTS. SOCIETY TOLO 

ARTS RESOURCE CENTER 

SEE ALSO ARTS, DURHAM 

TWO WORKERS WILL SHARE ARTS RESOURCE CENTER JOB 

ARTS "ROUND The SQUARE 

SEE ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS EXPERIENCE 

ARTSChOOL 

SEE CARRBORO ART SCHOOL 

ASBESTOS 

LEGISLATIVE ROUNDUP: COMPENSATION CLAIMS EFFORT IS SIDETRACKED 

ASeuRY METHODIST CHURCH 
CORRECTION 

HOW TIMES DO CHANGE: CHURCHES" UNUSUAL ORIGINS 
SEARCH FOR A 'PERFECT' TREE 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

ASHE COUNTY, N.C. 

FIRM TO DRILL FOR OIL IN N.C. 

GOURMANDS GATHER AT N.C. INN 

LAWMEN RESCUE THREE HOSTAGES, END SEIGE AT ASHE COUNTY JAIL 

ASHE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OEPT. 

TRIO HOLDING POLICE HOSTAGE IN ASHE COUNTY 

LAWMEN RUSH JAIL, FREE THREE HOSTAGES 

LAWMEN RESCUE THREE HOSTAGES, END SEIGE AT ASHE COUNTY JAIL 

2 ARE CHARGED WITH KIDNAP 

ASHEBORO, N.C. 

CALIF. PLANT CLOSING PUTS BUSINESS IN N.C. 

2 MEN FOUND STUFFED IN CAR 

BIROS MIT WINDOWS OF ASHEBORO STORES 

HAN FOUND LYING IN COFFIN IS JAILED 

ASHEVILLf, N.C. 

CENTER COLLECTS WEATHER DATA 

SECURITY TIGHT FOR NAZIS' TRIAL 

WATT GIVES POLICES OVER FEDERAL LAND 

BANOUET GUESTS JAM HOSPITALS AROUND ASHEVILLE 

FOOD POISONING STILL BEING PROBED 

HAM CALLED Cause of food POISONING AT CONVENTION 

FOOD POISON VICTIMS TO GET FINANCIAL AID 

6 NA2IS FACE RETRIAL IN ASHEVILLE 

LAW PERMITS POST OFFICE SEARCHES 

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MORE DISCOVERIES FOR USING ASPIRIN ARE REPORTED 
PAIN-KILLER MANUFACTURERS MAGE ADVERTISING MAR 

ASSASSINATION ATTEMPTS 
GREAT MAN SPARED 

MINDLESS VIOLENCE. UNTHINKING REACTION 
KINO'S t'AuGHlER CLOSELY GUARDED 
VIOLENCE HAS Taken heavy toll This year 
LlBYJ'S UNBALANCED TYRANT 

ASSASSINATIONS 

an0»EmS CITES LOSS 

■flRLD Shares EGYPT'S SORROW 

hEL"S. HUNT PRAISE SA9AT FOR HIS EFFORTS AT PEACE 

WORLD AGAIN RECOILS AS ASSASSINS STRIKE 

AN ASSASSIN'S ALTERATION OF HISTORY 

DOVE "'F PEACE IN WARTORN DESERT ICARTOONI 

VIOLENCE HIS TiKtN HEAVY TOLL THIS YEAR 

FRO- A SINGLE ACT... 

AMERICA LOSES A FRIEND 

TROUBLING QUESTIONS ON INSANITY DEFENSE 

ASSAULTS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. N.C.. ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO SELF-DEFENSE 
SEE ALSO SEIUAL ASSAULTS 

LITTLF RIVER INDICTMENTS NAME 

JURY INDICTS ? In death 

mOman given her money along mI 

POLICE PROBE REPORT OF STRIKIN 

Two ROB GAS STATION 

POLICE REPORT ASSAULTS 

m"man breaks amay from jbOuCTO 

ROBEEBY NETS Thieves ne.ooo 

SCHOOL "USES -IT FOR Gas 
AREA OuIET NEAR DURHAM nIGhTSP 
RIOTEBS THROm «0C<S. BOTTLES: 
PATROLS BEEFED uP; AREA OF DIS 
JUDGE ISSUES ORDER TO CLOSE NI 
JUDGE CLOSES 'The SPOT' 
POLICE Chases end IN 2 ARRESTS 
TmO men attack PEDESTBIAN 
FIRE MARSHAL Charged m I Th POIN 

POLICE Charge fire officer 

JUDGE convicts RILEY 

CITY FIRE OFFICIAL CONVICTED 

FEMALE OFFICER HIT: TERM GIVEN 

MOORE GETS 15 TEARS 

.OMAN HITS OFFICER uITh RADIO 

ASSISTANT CHIEF DBOPS APPEAL 

RILEY DROPS APPEAL CASE 

POLICE REPORT ROBBERY 

MAN IS ChARGEO in KNIFE ASSAUL 

WARRANTS DBTaINEO AGAINST 2 OF 

POLICE PROBE Charge AGAINST OF 

MAN KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS; CAR S 

OFFICERS HURT IN SCUFFlE 

OFFICERS. SUSPECT ENGAGE IN SC 

ARRESTS OF T.O PSOS uPSET FELL 

LASSITCR BACKS OFFICERS 

2 OFFICERS STRUCK mhIlE mahIng 

PSO OFFICERS Charge aSSaulT 

ROeBEB ATTACKS "AN 

capt. king faces Charge in ass 

shebiff'S deputy king charged 

milder acduitted of assault 

durham man sentenced to b year 

man strikes 'y' employee 

johnson gets 6 years 

attorneys receive delay 

2 men attack. rob city kidney 

man hit. robbed of 1125 

richardson faces nem charges 

man gets term in burglary 

woman is convicted 

judge convicts woman for assau 

man assaulted. robbed at south 

han jailed in robbery 

judge postpones assault hear in' 

police namfo in suit 

oevine. stanford file suit 

man reports beating 

judge still hearing pso case 

Two OFFICERS CLEARED; FILE « ID 
OFFICERS FILE SUIT AFTER CmARG 

MURDER Suspect charged 

KEEPING The FAITH 
MAN FACES CHARGE FOR HITTING w 
LITTLE RIVER TRIAL OPENS ON MO 
CAPT. KING TRIAL CONTINUES 



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5/01/81 - 



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li/31/81 



s u a J e 



TWO ACCOUNTS TF LITTLE 01VE« INCIDENT PRESENTED 
SHEfilff'S OEfUTY ACQUITTED „,„cd 

WITNESSES TELL Of ATTACK AT LITTLE RIVER 
jioGE ACOU TS KING OF ASSAULT CH.R&E 
THREE 0URHA1 MEN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT .,.,.,„ 
F1«E WITNESSES IDENTIFY RICHARDSON AS ATTACKER 
TESTIMONY CONTINUES IN LITTLE RIVER TRIAL 
RICHARDSON DENIES INSTIGATING ATTACK 
FINAL ARGUMENTS BEGIN 
§E*lR^5^ii'SR:vE''i5t;':fs^TEpj HOPED STOLEN 

S!'ch158Tn IVA ir;i5i^?B^i^^E^^SJ'^ AC BEATING 
OSBAHR FILES -OTION TO SET ASIDE CONVICTION 
3 ASSAULT. ROB MAN 

S5S^Si??gSB^B?S"irAi°;!o5?f"HiusE 

;:!;&E"?r^:Mi;°^^'^EF^sg.\?"U'5EAT,NG death 

OSBAHR FILES PAPERS WITH COURT 
LITTLE RIVER WITNESS TURNS UP 
ilTNESS SUBPOENAED FOR OSBAHR HEARING 
OSBAHR cIn'T RECALL TOUCING SUNBATHES 
OSBAHR IDENTIFIER WAVERS 
OSBAHR CASE MAY DELAY UNTIL NOV. 2 
JUDGE DENIES OSBAHR MOTION 
WOMAN ACOUITTEO OF ASSAULT 
POLICE JAIL FATHER IN ASSAULT 
3 ATTACK "AN IN PARKING LOT 
POLICE PROBE 3 AR"ED ROBBERIES 
STUDENT ROBBEO. BEATEN AT SCHOOL 
ASSAULT COUNTS 1- 0?(i|D„,,,,, , 
OFFICERS HURT DURING SCUFFLE 
OFFICERS HURT IN SCUFFLE 

DA HOLDING REPORT ON ALLEGED ASSAULT 
TWO ASSAULT. "OB CUSTOMER 

:5SE"sr2"AJ^A§^T!",?^UE&°^f?;iKlSTMAS EVE ROBBERY 
GUNS. CHAIN SAW STOLEN FROM DURHAM HOME 

'"sEE^Uso'PRISONS. N.C.. ASSAULTS 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. N.C.. ASSAULTS 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 
JURY INDICTS SWAIN DEPUTY 
WIN10WS SMASHED ON BUS AND CAR 
ASSAULT WARRANTS ISSUED 
MIDDLESEX MAYOR ACCUSED OF ASSAULT 

'F;"A;:K\^rofFI^^;!°uSei ^"Ai7!aN°?0[?:Nl BREAK-INS. ASSAULTS 

i:N^!;A%-g^srrA^?:3f^°i?'j?LE'ASST;Ni?R"§h^a^'^^' 

SENTENCE IS iS-iO YEARS IN BEATING 

MAN JAILED FOLLOWING SHOOTOUT 

MAN FACING NEW Charge c.o...,- 

CMHIS RICHARDSON JAILED AFTER HEARING 

RICHARDSON RETURNS TO JAIL 

POLICE SEEKING HELP 

AID SOUGHT IN BURGLARY PROBE 

PUICE HOLJ MfBANE MAN FOR ATTACK ON UNC COED 

MAN HELD IN oEATlNG OF COEU 

MAN HOLDS POLICE AT BAY FOR TWO HOURS 

TAR HEEL KICKED ABOUT INTRUDER 

APPEALS COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL „,.„ 

CHIEF CHARGED WITH ASSAULT. MAKING THREATS 

SON ACCUSED OF BEATING PAIR 

SiGHWAY PATROLMAN GETS CONCUSSION IN BEATING 

WOMAN UNHAPPY WITH HUSBAND'S FINE TAKES REVENGE 

ASSAULT CHARGE IS FILED AGAINST BURLINGTON EDITOR 

ii^sHLT?Ku^er?s'Si;;ifBi'A^E;i!%oBBED at home 

^U«"ii'5So'SE"VS%R"ESl'SE' ""rlf^L OF BURLINGTON EDITOR 
BURLINGTON EDITOR FOUND GUILTY OF ASSAULT 

ASSAULTS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS. U.S.. ASSAULTS 
N.C. WOMAN ABDUCTED. BEATEN 

ASSEMBLY OF GOVERNMENTAL EMPLOYEES 
WORKERS' GROUP PRAISES WATKINS 

'''"I5?ETT?vSNE?s'i?''ALTERNATIVE WAY OF SETTLING ARGUMENTS 

"TEi'55gHiS'?iIif5 DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

ASSOCIATED PRESS 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS COUNCIL 
SHE KEEPS HfR SOURCES TALKING 
SATELLITE BOUNCES THE NEWS 

ASSOCIATED PRESS. COLLEGE BASKETBALL POLL 

TAR HEELS TOP PRESEASON BASKETBALL POLL 

TAR HEELS NO. I 

RANKINGS DELIGHT UNC FOE 

DEAR DEAN. . ,.^ 

SMITH RIGHT TO RESENT CAROLINA'S HIGH RANKING 

TAR HEELS TIGHTEN GRIP ON TOP SPOT 

UNC AVOIDS POLLING JINX 

HEELS RETAIN GRIP ON NO. I 

TAR HEELS SET AGENDA FOR GATOR BOWL 

TAR HEELS REMAIN ATOP BASKETB%LL POLL 

CAROLINA HOLDS TOP SPOT; WOLfPACK CRACKS RANKINGS 

ASSOCIATFD PRESS. COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLL 

TAR HEELS MOVE UP THREE IN POLL „„,,,„„, 

CONCEPCION'S NEW PACT TOPS AMONG SHORTSTOPS 
TEXAS NO. 1; UNC. CLEMSON CLIMB 
CLEMSON STEADY, H66LS CLIMB 

ASSOCIATED PRESS. CORRECTIONS 

AP REPORTS ERROR IN STORY ON J. P. ALLEN 

AP ERRONEOUSLY ATTRIBUTED QUOTES 

N.C. HIGHWAY FIGURES FROM llbT , NOT 1979 

ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-AMERICA TEAM IBASKETBALL AND FOOTBALLI 
JONES ON SECOND TEAM 

ASSOCIATED PRESS MANAGING EOITORS ASSOCIATION 



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H 2 


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A 5 


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H 2 


9/08/81 


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N 


M 2 


9/09/91 


A 1 


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H 2 


9/n/ai 


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9/10/81 


A 5 


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S 2 


10/22/81 


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10/23/81 


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'le- cf«N SuN-JOURNAl WINS AWA8J FOR SERVICE 

ASSOCIATED POcSS-'lIC NEhS POLL 
SEE ALSO POLLS 

POLL SAYS basfball losing fans 

ASSOCIATEO STUPENTS OF DURE UNIV. 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. STUDENTS 

NEl. BREED OF SIUOENT PRESIDENTS 

DUKE'S STUDENT PaESIOENT VETOES VOTE ON LIBRARY 

STUDENT LEADER VETOES VOTE 

POLL: LIBRARY BACKED 

STUDENT GROUP SAYS OUK E CAN INCREASE ALUHNI CONTRIBUTIONS 

DUKE STUDENTS: NO HUSEU" 

ASSOCIATION FOP A RETTER CARRBOKO 
SEE ALSO CARRPQRO. N.C. 

ORANGE GROUPS FIELDING CANDIDATES 

ALOERHAN COIJNIEBS CLAIMS 

CARBeORT ALDERMAN kHITE ANNOUNCES RE-ELECTION BID 

ALDERMAN CLAIMS BUSES COuLO STOP 

GROUP CUES alKExAYS. SIDEMALKS AS NEEDS 

CALCnFLL is CANDIDATE FOR CARRBORO ALDERMAN 

GARRETT MAY ANNOUNCE BIO 

TuO MORE FILE FOR RE-ELECTION BIOS 

FIVE CaNOIOATES BOYCOTT FORUM 

GROUP BOYCOTTS FORUM FOR CARRBORO CANDIDATES 

NEn CfNSuS MEANS MORE MONEY 

CARRBORO FACTION OPENS ITS OFFICE 

VOTERS UERE CHEATED 

-HITE IN CAfiR'>ORQ RALLY 

CARRBORO GROUP yAGES A DECEPTIVE CAMPAIGN 

MILLSBOPOUGH, CARRBORO RACES CONTRAST IN STYLE 

CANOIOATES OEPATE DEVELOPMENT 

NINE CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF IN CARRBORO ELECTION 

ART SCHOOL Funds jEren'T available 
Three incumbents lose in carrsoro 
campaign slogan catches coalition 

THREE coalition INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRBORO 

ASSOCIATION FOR fOllCATION IN JOURNALISM 
SEE ALSO JOURNALISM 

UNC OFaN TO hFAO JOURNALISM GROUP 

ASSOCIATION OF GENERAL CONTRACTORS. N.C. bRANCH 

SEE ALSO Building contractors 

CAPITAL BUILDING AUTHORITY TABcES BIDDING RESOLUTION 

ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS FOR WOMEN lAIAMI 
FSU TOPS Tab HEELSi "i-U FOR AIA« SOFTBALL CROJN 
AIAW FILES ANTITRUST SUIT AGAINST NCAA 

ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS FOR mOMEN, SOCCER 
UNC ENIERS SKCER ACTION TODAY 
MINuTEmOMAN yITH A BLOCK 

MISS BAYFIELD LIFTS TAR HEELS INTO SEMIFINALS 
KICKED 
LONE GOAL BRINGS UNC SOCCER FIRST 

UNC kOmen win title 

ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES. DURHAM CHAPTER 
legislative FREEZE ThahING FOR SPAULDING 

ASTHMA 

NE» ASTHMA DRUGS REVOLUTIONIZE TREATMENT 

ASTHMA DRUG MAY BE USEFUL FOR BYSSINOSIS 

EDUCATION PACKET OFFERED FOR PARENTS OF ASTHMATICS 

SUPERSTUFF: GUIDEBOOK HELPS ASTHMATIC KIDS HELP THEMSELVES 

AUTOPSY SHOWS ASTHMA CAUSED WAkE JAIL OEATH 

MSG EXPERIMENT NOT VALID 

ASTRONAUTS 

SEE ALSO SPACE TRAVEL 

ASTRONAUT SAYS SPACE STATION IS NEEDED 

APOLLO ASTRONAUT TOURS MUSEUM 

A STOUTHEARTED BREED, THOSE SPACE PIONEERS 

ASTRONOMY 

SEE ALSO ECLIPSES 

SEE ALSO GalaiifS 

SEE ALSO METEORS 

SEE ALSO OBSERVATORY 

SEE ALSO SPACE RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO THREE-COLLEGE OBSERVATORY CONSORTIUM 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL MOREHEAO PLANETARIUM 

MAN FROM PINtHURST GIVES OBSERVATORY TO MATH SCHOOL 

DOG DAYS 

SKIES TO PRODUCE SHOW 

LOOK UP IN AUGUST 

TELESCOPE IN ALAMANCE AIMED AT DISTANT STARS 

OFFICIALS OfOICATE NEW OBSERVATORY 

A HOLE IN SPACE 

UNC'S TIME MACHINE 

ATHEROSCLEROSIS 

DOCTOR SAYS EATING FISH MAY FIGHT HEART DISEASE 

ATHLETES. DRUG ABUSE 

SEE DRUG ABUSE. ATHLETES 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 
SEE ALSO GEORGIA 

NO BREAK SEEN IN ATLANTA CASES 

MISSING ATLANTA YOUTH FOUND 

VOLUNTEERS SEARCH RIVER IN ATLANTA AS VICTIM BURIED 

ATLANTA CHILD MURDERS ICARTOONl 

CHRONIC PROBLEM OF RUNAWAY GIRLS IGNORED BY PUBLIC IN ATLANTA 

EARLIER CONTACT SEEN IN KILLINGS 

ATLANTA PPOREBS 'KEEP OPEN MIND' 

MISSING ATLANTA BOY SOUGHT 

ASSEMBLY Passes atlanta resolution 

ALI donates t^OO.OOO TO ATLANTA FUND 

ATLANTA'S agony: THREADS OF CLUES 

GROUP PLANS JUNE RALLY TO HELP ATLANTA CHILDREN 

ANOTHER BLACK YOUTH FOUND SLAIN IN ATLANTA 

POLICE REPORT 'TRACE EVIDENCE' FQUNO LINKING ATLANTA SLAYINGS 

SLAYING ELEMENTS Puzzle police 

SUPERSLEUTn GETS CALL FROM ATLANTA 

LATEST ATLANTA VICTIM BURIED 

»460,00D GRANTED FQR ATLANTA CAMPS 

VOLUNTEERS KNOCK ON OOOR S IN SEARCH FOR ATLANTA MAN 

BODY OF BLACK PULLED FROM RIVER AT ATLANTA 

BODY, MISSING MAN ADDED TO LIST OF CASES IN ATLANTA 

KILLER IN ATLANTA 'PROBABLY' SELECTIVELY CHOOSING VICTIMS 

ATLANTA KILLER-VICTIM LINK SOUGHT 

MOTHERS' GROUP HAT BE PROSECUTED 



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5/17/81 




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5/23/91 




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5/24/91 




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5/25/81 




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5/26/ei 




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5/28/81 




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5/29/81 




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INDEX 



SLAVE" IN ATLANTA SEEN 'VERY STRONG' 
ATLANTA FUND fOR VICTIMS UNDER fIRE 

POLICE FEAR LIST IF 06A0 HISSING YOUTHS A MISTAKE 
ATLANTA FUND STATEMENT IS PROMISED 
RALLY Tn FOCuS ON CHILDREN 
SERVICES SChEOUIEO For ATLANTA CHILDREN 
FIBERS MAY TIE SUSPECT TO SLAYINGS 

CASE AGAINST ATLANTA SUSPECT 'STRONGER' ,..,„. 

SAFE SUMMER; ATLANTA'S CHILDREN HOPE 'U6 WON'T BE KILLED' 
RIVER 'SPLASH' Gap IN PROaE 
SYMPaTMUING with ATLANTA 

ATLANTA SUSPECT ASKS COURT TO BAR NiAi LEAKS ON HIM 

PS-YEiS-OLD CMARUEO IN ATLANTA SLAYING .,,.,.,. 

MAN CHARGED IN ATLANTA DESCRIBED AS AGGRESSIVE ELECTRONICS 'GENIUS- 
FIRST HEARING SET FOR TODAY IN ATLANTA CASE 
WILLIAMS HELD ON MURDER CHARGE 
CASE OF GEORGIA VS. WILLIAMS ICARTOONI 
TIES IN KILLINGS IN ATLANTA INVESTIGATED 
TALENT SCOUT LINK IN KILLINGS PROBED , , _ „,,,,. ^cr. 
POLICE TOLD SUSPECT SAID VICTIMS 'LITTLE PROSTITUTES' 
ATLANTA COUNTS DAYS wITHOUT DEATH 

JUDGE DENIES BAIL FOR MAN CHARGEJ IN ATLANTA DEATH 
WILLIAMS INDICTED IN TWO SLAYINGS 

PHONE CALLS ON ATLANTA DEATHS DROP _ „,^, ,,„., 

ATLANTA SUSPECT'S STATEMENTS BELIEVED VITAL TO PROSECUTION 
CHILDREN'S CuRFEw MAY BE EXTENDED 

WILLIAMS ASKS FOR SEPARATE TRIALS , . , , „„ ^. 

CHURCHES. SYNAGHGUES BAND TOGETHER TO HELP CHILDREN 
ACCUSED KILLER IN ATLANTA LOSES ROUND PRIOR TO TRIAL 
TRIAL SET 10 OPEN ON ATLANTA KILLINGS 
JURY SEARCH OPENS ATLANTA MURDER TRIAL 

ATLANTA BRAVfS 

BRAVES ACQUIRE MR. VERSATILITY 
NOTES 

THE^OTHER DRAFT: PICKINGS SLIM FOR 6ASEPALL POOL 

IT'S "BUSINESS AS USUAL ON BRAVES' FARM CLUBS 

GOOD LEGS. GOOD GLOVE NOT ENOUGH 

NO CLICHES HERE 

AARON STILL LEARNING TO COPE: 

IT WAS A CHOICE BETWEEN HER. GAME 

SUTLER MOVES UP. BULLS STAY DOWN 

BRAVES FIRE DIRTY AL GALLAGHER 

•CORNERED' GALLAGHER LOSES JOB 

GALLAGHER'S FIRING A PUZZLEMENT 

AL GALLAGHER ICARTOONI 

ULTIMATUM GOT GALLAGHER 

BEAUCHAMP TURNS DOWN BULLS POST 

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION INEWSPAPERI ,„.,,„., 

ATLANTA NEWSPAPERS NOW HAVE ELECTRONIC EDITIONS 

ATLANTIC BEACH, N.C. 
BEACH EXCURSION 

SPLISH, SPLASH - - - 

12-FOOT WHALE WASHES ASHORE 

ATLANTIC CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH 

BOOK EXPLAINS TESTING FOR PARENTS 
BOOK EVALUATES STANDARDIZED TESTS 

ATLANTIC CITY (FILM) 

LANCASTER PEAKS IN 



ATLANTIC C ITY' 



ATLANTIC CITY. NEW JERSEY 
SEE ALSO NEW JERSEY 

tb GOES INTO SLOT, 150,000 COMES OUT 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 

ACC ASSISTANTS FACE TOUGH ROAD 

ACC ALUMNI CLUBS CAN BE BOOST OR BUST 

AILANIIC COAST CONFERENCE. BASKETBALL 

'IF' STILL HAUNTS COACH K'S EFFORTS 

CHESLEY'S DEPARTURE OPENS TV BIDDING ON ACC 

NOTES 

ACC BASKETBALL BIOS ABUNDANT 

METP0SP0RT5 in TELEVISE ACC BASKETBALL 

METROSP"RTS GFTS TV RIGHTS TO ACC BASKETBALL 

NBA DRAFT TU HIGHLIGHT ACC TALENT 

WILLIAMS, WOOO TOP ACC DRAFT CONTINGENT 

TWO STARS 

TAR HEELS SKIM CREAM OFF PREP COURTS 

GREAT EXPECTATIONS: UNC BASKETBALL 

3J ACC GAMES SLATED FOR TV 

IT'S UNC-BC ON ABC-TV 

TALKING TO The COACH 

TAR HEEL CAGERS CHOICE IN ACC 

LOSS OF BIG GUNS DOESN'T MEAN THE ACC WILL GO POP 

SAMPSON LEADS PRESEASON PICKS 

THE ACC: THE RACE IS ON FOR SECOND 

COLLEGE BASKETBALL SEASON BEGINS IN EARNEST 

DUKE, UNC, STATE BEGIN PASkETIALL SCHEDULES 

TAR HEELS' WEEK INCLUDES TWO TOUGH ASSIGNMENTS 

WAKE FOREST FALLS 

MULLEN TOP ROOKIE 

NOTES 

ACC TEAMS ROLL TO EASY NON-CONFERENCE WINS 

BIG 4 TEAMS FACE WORTHY OPPONENTS IN TONIGHT'S GAMES 

ACC MATCHUPS HIGHLIGHT WEEK IN BASKETBALL 

FOUL SHOTS SAVE ACC 

STEPPE. JORDAN HONORED BY ACC 

UNC-aUTGERS GAME HEADS LIGHT ACC WEEK 

ON PAPER. IT'S l".-?. . . 

PASSING PARADE 

NEVITT. WARD GET ACC HONORS ._ , ,, 

TOURNAMENT SPIRIT: ACC TEAMS TRAVEL EAR AND NEAR FOR HOLIDAY GAMES 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, COACH OF THE YEAR 

SFE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, FOOTBALL COACHES 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, COACHES 

DUKE'S O'ARMI ACC'S TOP COACH 

DUKE'S O'ARMI VOTED TOP ACC COACH 

FORD VOTED TOP COACH; WILSON 2N0 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, CROSS COUNTRY 
SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 
PACK TOPS HEELS IN SOCCER 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. FOOTBALL 

SEE ALSO ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM 
COLLEGE NOTES 

wrSOCKI. BRYANT HEAD ACC TEAM 
RATING ACC FOOTBALL 



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7 




N 






H 2 


12/27/81 




10 




N 






H 2 


12/29/81 




1 


P 


N 






S 2 


5/05/81 


B 


1 




N 


R66 




S 2 


5/12/ni 


B 


2 




U 


018 




S 2 


5/22/81 





1 


P 


U 


013 




S 2 


6/08/81 


D 


4 




U 


R66 




H 2 


6/26/81 


C 


2 




N 


M71 




H 2 


6/2B/81 


8 


4 


P 


N 


M71 




S 2 


7/07/ei 


B 


2 


P 


U 


ni9 




H 2 


7/09/fll 





I 


P 


F 


M71 




H 2 


8/21/81 


C 


1 




U 


M71 




S 2 


8/21/81 





1 


P 


N 


R66 




S 2 


11/02/81 


A 


1 


P 


N 


R66 




H 2 


11/03/ni 


B 


2 


P 


N 


M71 




S 2 


11/03/81 


B 


2 


P 


U 


R66 




H 2 


U/04/81 


A 


4 


T 


T 


R56 




H 2 


11/08/81 


B 


2 




J 


M71 




H 2 


U/15/81 


B 


9 




N 


M71 




S 2 


9/08/Sl 


A 


5 




N 






H 2 


6/17/81 


C 


1 


p 


P 


R9 1 




H 2 


a/04/31 


B 


5 


p 


P 


R91 




H 2 


10/29/81 


A 


3 




N 







S 2 11/24/81 6 1 N 008 
H 2 12/29/81 A 10 N 



H 2 10/23/31 



H 2 6/20/81 



S 2 5/05/31 3 1 P U 018 
H 2 7/29/81 B 1 N 



S 2 


5/1 1/61 







F 


F25 


H 2 


5/13/81 


B 




N 


071 


S 2 


5/28/81 


C 




U 


018 


S 2 


6/04/91 


C 




N 




S 2 


6/05/81 







N 




H 2 


6/05/81 


C 




N 




S 2 


6/08/81 







P U 


F25 


H 2 


6/10/81 


B 




P N 


S91 


S 2 


6/U/31 


C 




U 


018 


H 2 


6/14/81 


6 




P N 


071 


S 2 


7/02/81 


C 




N 




H 2 


8/16/81 


B 




N 




H 2 


9/22/91 


B 




N 




H 2 


10/22/81 


D 




U 


018 


H 2 


11/16/81 


B 




N 


071 


H 2 


U/22/91 


B 




F 


071 


S 2 


11/24/91 


B 




P N 




S 2 


11/26/81 


C 




F 


F25 


S 2 


11/27/81 







P N 


F25 


H 2 


11/28/81 







N 


M71 


H 2 


11/30/31 


B 




P N 


071 


S 2 


11/30/31 







P N 




S 2 


2/01/81 


B 




N 




S 2 


2/02/81 


D 




U 


oia 


H 2 


2/03/81 







N 




H 2 


2/05/81 







N 


M7l 


H 2 


2/07/31 


B 




N 




S 2 


2/07/81 







N 




S 2 


2/09/91 


B 




N 




H 2 


2/14/91 


B 




N 




S 2 


2/19/91 







P U 


F25 


S 2 


12/21/31 


A 




E 




S 2 


12/22/31 







N 




H 2 


12/27/81 


B 




N 


071 



S 2 5/20/81 B 1 P N 
H 2 5/21/81 3 P N 
H 2 12/03/31 1 N 



H 2 n/01/31 8 a P N 



S 2 5/15/91 D 2 
H 2 7/19/81 B 3 
S 2 7/21/81 B 2 



N R66 

N 

U OlS 



CAN'T F««E CONCERN 
•S WTSOCKI 



HONTMLV/ANNUAL 



NOIf S 

BAL'NCE »CC*5 "H TRiOExaRH 

CBUH'S *«SeN*L iCC'^ BEST 

B*l.*NCEt *CC FOOT'^ALL NOT EQUAL 

xEOIAt COACHES PICH CAROLINA 

TOILING TOkaRO VICTORY 

COLLEGE football: IT'S UP IN THE AIR 

kiffin proves he can act, out he ' ' 
carolina's crum plays it cool 
acc title comfs first - harylano' 
Cheer up, things could »e -orse 

vetfran players. new coaches "righten blue oevils' prospects 
defense carolina's forekost concern after vintage year 

STATE'S I-FORHaTION LACKS ONLY A DOT 

GROm'S familiarity with ACC REGION A PLUS FOR OfACS 

CLEXSON ATTACK RETURNS INTACT AFTER BLEAK '80 

■MARYLAND: CLAIBORNE SEEKS IMPROVED PASSING GAME ... 

UP The only direction left FOO TcCh 

VIRGINIA: MORE ATTENTION TO A WOEFUL PUNTING GAME ... 

ACC SCHEDULE 

ACC FOOTBALL FINOS LIFE IN AIR GAME 

TEN FRESHMEN WORTH WATCHING IN '31 

TIGERS SHOULD CHALLENGE HEELS FOR ACC THRONE 

The picks 

TIGFR DEFEASE READY FOR hERSCHEL WALKER 

AN ENL IGhTENING game 

SChOFIELD. srruill acc players of week 
heels. gop.alers risk perfect ȣc3rds 
acc look ing jp 
tiliey gets acc honor 

branion honored 

HAYES' kICkHFFS leave MOLFPACk little TO PRACTICE 

ACC ROUNDUP 

SChOFIELD SHARES HONOR 

DukF. N.C. STATE SEEKING CHANGE IN DIRECTIONS 

ACC fnoTBALL UPS ITS ANTE 

ACC HONORS ClEMSON STARS 

NOTES 

'HATE WEEK' FOR THE TERPS 

TECH'S LAST CHANCE FOR WIN? 

wINLESS CAVS' BEST SHOT FOR WIN COMES SATURDAY 

TERPS. HEELS IN CRUOGE m»ich 

TAR h=:elS. TE»PS TA-JGLE FOR SHOT AT ACC CROWN 

ACC NIXED AGAIN 

ACC PLAYERS: LUKE'S EBIMGER GETS HONOR 

i-pnssiELE Things 

hORTON wins aCC rookie AWARD 

JAMES CALLS TV SNUB 'UNFORTUNATE. 

Aia WAR EIPFCTEO 

DOCTORS GIVE "RYANT OK TO PLAY 

8HVANT, WILLIAMS EARN ACC HONORS 

NOTES 

NCAA CONTRACT RULES LIMIT OPTIONS FOR 

FIESTA SOWL ilvlNC HEELS CLOSE LOOK 

victory .ill put acc title in tiger paws 

all-acc ballot hissing ^IG names 

WHO wOULO HAVE ThOuGhT, , . 

ACC HONORS yEllOTT 

NOTES 

NOTFS 

CAiSOLINA'S WRYANT shares ACC HONOR 

TIGERS ON THE FIELD. SHENANIGANS OFF IT HIGHLIGHTED '91 

NOTES 

MCINTOSH TOP FROSH 

MCINTOSH VQTEn ROOKIE OF YEAR 

DREChSLER tops ACC ACADEMIC TEAM 

NANNEY RECEIVES JACOBS TROPHY AS TOP BLOCKER 

1981: A GOOD YEAR FOR TAR hEELS 

BLUE-GRAY OFFENSIVE DISPLAY? 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 3i 
I/IO/RJ 



UNFAIR' 



ABC 



ATLANTIC C"aST conference. FOOTBALL COACHES 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. COACH OF THE YEAR 
SEE ALSO SPORTS. COACHES 

BALANCE ACC'S '81 TRADEMARK 

CRUM'S ARSENAL ACC'S BEST 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. GOLF 

THE MYSTERY OF The HIND GAME 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. LACROSSE 

CAROLINA WINS. TIES STATE FOR CUP 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. SOCCER 

STATE. ClEMSON Clash in KEY SOCCER MATCH 
DUKE. ULRICH HEAD ALL-ACC SOCCER 

OEvILS Claim first acc win 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. SPORTS. wOMEN 
UNC. CLEMSON NET PICKS 
GOLF, TENNIS AT OUKE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. TENNIS 
CLEMSON WOMEN END UNC ' S REIGN 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. WRESTLING 
SEE ALSO WRESTLING 

DEVILS ClAI" first ACC WIN 

ATLANTIC COAST EICHANGE 

FIRM5 'Cleaning up' on waste exchanges 

The ATLANTIC MONTHLY IMaGAZINEI 
The real hogs 

ATLANTIC TOBACCO CO. 

JUDGE DELAYS LAW AFFECTING ROLLING PAPERS 
DRUG PARAPHERNALIA LAW UPHELD 
PARAPHERNALIA RULING PLEASES EDMISTEN 

ATOMIC BOMBS 

SEE ALSO HIROSHIMA 

SEE ALSO JAPAN 

SEE ALSO NAGASAKI, JAPAN 

HIROSHIMA: U.S. VET APPALLED ■<» DESTRUCTION 

ATOMIC BOMBS UNNECESSARY IN MM I I 

ATOMIC SAFETY LICENSING BOARD 

OUKE POWER'S NUCLEAR PLANT MOTION DENIED 

AUBREY LEE BROOKS SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS 

13 STUDENTS WIN SCHOLARSHIPS 
KING WINS SCHOLARSHIP 

AUBURN UNIV. SPORTS 



N 


F 




S 

E 




I 

L 


T 

Y 




P 


D 


DATE 


C 


PG 


L 


P 


BYL 


s 




7/23/81 


C 


2 




U 


F25 


M 




7/28/81 


B 


2 




N 




s 




7/28/Bl 


B 




p 


U 


018 


s 




7/30/Bl 


C 






U 


F25 


M 




3/03/81 


B 






N 




H 




8/16/Rl 


B 






N 


S91 


s 




9/17/81 







P 


U 


018 


s 




3/25/81 


B 




P 


F 


F25 


s 




3/26/RI 







p 


U 


F25 


H 




9/27/81 









N 


S9 1 


H 




9/2R/81 


C 






U 


071 


s 




9/23/Bl 









u 


F25 


H 




3/30/81 


G 




p 


F 


S9I 


H 




9/30/»l 


G 




p 


F 


S9 


H 




9/30/91 


G 




p 


F 


S9 


H 




3/30/81 


G 






F 


S9 


H 




9/30/81 


G 






F 


S9 


H 




3/30/91 


G 






F 


S91 


H 




3/30/81 


G 






c 


S91 


H 




3/30/81 


G 






F 


S91 


H 




3/30/ei 


G 


14 


C 


I 




s 




3/31/81 









U 


F25 


s 




9/02/91 


B 






N 


F25 


H 




9/o<./ai 


C 






U 


S91 


s 




9/0<./81 









U 


018 


s 




9/13/81 









N 




H 




9/22/81 


3 






U 


071 


s 




9/22/81 


B 






N 




s 




ID/09/81 


D 






N 


F25 


H 




10/13/81 


B 






U 


071 


s 




10/13/81 


9 






N 




s 




10/l<./9l 









N 




H 




lO/lS/Bl 









N 


S91 


s 




10/19/81 










N 




s 




10/20/91 


a 






N 




H 




10/24/81 


c 






F 


071 


H 




10/25/n 


B 






U 


071 


s 




10/27/81 


B 






N 




s 




10/29/91 


C 






U 


018 


H 




10/29/81 









U 


071 


s 




10/29/81 


C 






U 


018 


H 




10/30/81 


c 






N 


S9l 


s 




10/30/81 


D 




p 


F 


F25 


H 




10/31/91 


B 






F 


S9l 


H 




11/31/81 


B 






U 


171 


s 




11/0 3/9 1 


6 






N 




s 




U/0<i/Rl 


D 






U 


F25 


s 




ll/0<./9l 


D 






N 




H 




I 1/04/91 


C 






N 


S91 


s 




11/06/81 


D 




P 


F 


F25 


H 




11/07/81 


a 




p 


N 


S9l 


s 




U/10/81 


a 






N 




s 




11/11/81 


D 






U 


018 


s 




11/12/81 


c 






U 


F25 


H 




11/13/iU 


c 






N 


S9l 


H 




11/1<./81 


B 






F 


S91 


H 




ll/lS/81 


E 






U 


071 


H 




ll/lft/81 


B 






N 


S9l 


s 




U/17/81 


6 




P 


N 




s 




U/19/81 


C 






U 


018 


s 




ll/24/ai 


B 






U 


018 


H 




U/2<./8l 


a 






N 




H 




I 1/29/91 


a 






F 


M71 


s 




12/02/81 









U 


019 


s 




12/0'./8l 







p 


N 




H 




12/05/81 


D 




p 


N 




s 




12/10/81 


C 






N 




H 




12/16/91 


C 






N 




s 




12/2<./?l 


B 




P 


N 




5 




12/24/91 


a 






N 





K 2 7/29/91 a 2 N 

5 2 7/29/81 B 2 P U 018 



H 2 5/03/91 B 2 P F P07 
H 2 5/03/91 a I P N 



S 2 9/19/91 2 N R66 
H 7 11/23/81 B 5 N 
S 2 11/28/81 A 9 P N 



H 2 10/23/81 C 4 N 

S 2 10/23/81 a 2 P N R66 



H 2 10/26/81 B 2 N 

5 2 U/29/81 A 9 N 

H 2 11/09/91 8 1 N 

H 2 11/23/91 A 4 E 



H 2 10/01/81 A 14 
H 2 10/15/91 A 1 
S 2 10/15/81 C 10 



a/D6/31 3 
8/29/91 A 



1 P F A20 



H 2 5/08/91 A 



H I 5/13/91 a I 
S 2 5/13/81 C 1 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 

u/31/ei 



SUBJECTS 



p«ce 13 

1/10/82 



AUBURN JPPOlMrs LIVE TO 0I8ECTa.<'S POSITION 

«ueu«N UNIV. SPURTS, BASKETBALL 

NEkl OEFENSc, NEM STANDOUT KEY OUnE WIN 

AUCTIONS 

SeI also nu»HA!i^'N?C., AUCTION OF SURPLUS CITY EOUIPMENT 

SEE ALSO FLEA MARKETS 

SEE ALSO KOCK TOBACCO AUCTION 

AUCTION SET IN HENDERSON 

CITY STREET SUEEPER ON THE AUCTION BLOCK 

KANT A EaCkhOE or SCRAPER'' 

CHAMBER TO HOLD AUCTION 

QPANGF SOCIETY PLANNING AUCTION 

OUKF'S PIO FOR GRANT ENDORSED 

1934 PACKARfl SOLD FOR 1350,000 

luri I TORS 

SEE ALSO DURhAN CITY ACCOUNTING DIVISION 
SEE ALSO N.C. STATE AUDITORS OFFICE 

HOSPITAL PLANNING NEW AUDIT 

CITY'S AUDITORS RECOMMENDED FOR EXTENSION 

AU0UI50N SOCIETY ,^„.r, 

SEASON TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR AUDUBON FILM SERIES 

AUGUST 

WHO NEEOS AUGUST? 

AUGUST OFFERINGS 

YOU'RE RIGHT! AUGUST WAS COOLER THAN NORMAL 

AUSTRALIA 

PACKING THE POUCH 

AUTHORS 

SEE WRITERS, N.C. 

AUTISM 

SFE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 
SEE ALSO MENTALLY RETARDED 

SUIT ASKS SERVICES FOR AUTISTIC CHILJ 

AUTO BATTERY THEFTS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, THEFTS 

THIEVES HIT DURHAM-OWNED TRUCKS 

AUTO CASUALTY INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO AUTO INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE RATES 

INGRAM CALLS FOR FEDERAL ACT'S REPEAL 

AUTO INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO FORD MTTOR CO. 
SEE ALSO GENERAL MOTORS 

SEE ALSO JAPAN, AUTO INDUSTRY , „ ,„„. 

"SOMEDAY, SON, THIS WILL ALL BE YOURS-IF YOU'RE NOT CAREFUL!" (CaRTOONI 

AUTO INDUSTRY, IMPORTS 
SEE ALSO IMPORTS 

DETROIT GETS A BREAK 
IMPORT RESTRICTIONS HIT 

AUTO INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO AuTJ CASUALTY INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

MILLER FAVORS CAP ON AUTO INSURANCE RATES 

LEGISLATORS HITS COMMITTEE'S INSURANCE BILL 

GOOD DRIVERS PENALI?ED ON INSURANCE 

AUTO INSURANCE: NO AGREEMENT YET ON SOLUTION TO PROBLEMS 

PANEL REVERSES VOTE ON LIFTING INSURANCE RATES CAP 

AMENOFO INSURANCE BILL SENT TO FLOOR OF SENATE 

AUTO INSURANCE BILL GROWS AS IT AGES 

ACTION DELAYED ON INSURANCE BILL 

SENATE PASSES INSURANCE BILL 

INGRAM HAILS INSURANCE LAW 

INGRAM MANAGES TO KEEP INSURANCE POWERS INTACT 

OFFICIALS DISPUTE EFFECTS OF STATE INSURANCE LAW 

DRIVERS WITH POINTS MAY SEE INSURANCE RATES RISE 50t 

INSURANCE COSTS WILL INCREASE FOR DRIVERS WHO HAVE POINTS 

AUTO INSURANCE TO JUMP 10 PCT. FOR MOST DRIVERS 

POCKETBOOK TRAUMAS 

RATE BUREAU FILES FOR AUTO INSURANCE BOOST OF 10 PCT. 

SAFF DRIVERS' RATES TO DROP TOHOi^ROW 

INGHAM CITES CUTS IN PREMIUMS 

STATE INSURANCE DEPT. TAKING NO ACTION AGAINST AUTO CLUB 

AUTO INSURER WANTS LOWER RATE 

INGRAM CALLS FOR FEDERAL ACT'S REPEAL 

AUTO INSURANCE RATES 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE RATES 

INSURANCE CATEGORIES FLFXIBILITY URGED 

PANEL ENDORSES ALTERED BILL ON INSURANCE RATES 

DUKE MINISTER BACKS BILL TO RAISE DRINKING AGE 

TECHNICAL NATURE BLAMED FOR INSURANCE BILLS DELAY 

PANEL VOTES TO LIFT INSURANCE RATES CAP 

AUTO INSURANCE TO JUMP 10 PCT. FQR MOST DRIVERS 

POCKETBOOK TRAUMAS 

RATES FOR SOMF DRIVERS INCREASED 

AUTO INSURER WANTS LOWER RATE 

INSURANCE COMPANY PLANS TO DROP RATES BELOW STATE-APPROVED LEVEL 

INGRAM TO OK RATES REDUCTION 

INGRAM OKS INSURANCE RATE REQUEST 

STATE ALLOWING COMPANY TO SELL AUTO INSURANCE BELOW FIXED RATE 

AUTO INSURANCE SURCHARGES 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE RATES 
SEE ALSO N.C. REINSURANCE FACILITY 

FACILITY PLANS SMALLEST INSURANCE SURCHARGE 

INGRAM LASHES J PROPOSALS 

INGRAM CRITICIZES MEASURE 

MILLER FAVORS CAP ON AUTO INSURANCE RATES 

HOUSE PANEL APPROVES BILL TO E NO AUTO SURCHARGE 

LEGISLATORS HITS COMMITTEE'S INSURANCE BILL 

LEGISLATORS AMEND INSURANCE PROPOSAL 

MOUSE OK'S 9ILL REMOVING SAFE DRIVERS' SURCHARGES 

SENATE ALLOWS INCREASE IN LEGAL INTEREST RATES 

THE INSURANCE BATTLE: WHO'S THE REAL VICTIM IN AUTO LIABILITY SYSTEM? 

LACK OF STUDY PANEL, TECHNICAL HELP HURT AUTO INSURANCE BILLS 

INGRAM SEEKS ACTION ON BILL 

GOOD DRIVERS PENALIZED ON INSURANCE 

SEN. mjTmIS calls INSURANCE COMMISSIONER LIAR 

6-YEAR TERMS PROPOSAL ADVANCES 

INSURANCE LEGISLATION GETS COMMITTEE OK 



DATE 
5/10/91 



C PG L P HYL 



H 2 lJ/31/ni I P N M71 





5/02/Bl 


B 


1 N 




5/07/Bl 


B 


I N 




6/OT/ei 


C 


1 P N 




T/li/Bl 


B 


! N 




o/20/ni 


C 


1 N 




1/03/81 


e 


16 N 




2/D7/81 


A 


2 N 



H 2 8/09/Bl A 17 N 

H 2 10/09/61 A 12 N SSI 



S 2 U/U/Bl C 13 



S 2 8/05/ni A 4 E 
H 2 8/07/81 A <. E 
H 2 9/01/81 6 1 N H60 



H 2 9/13/81 i. E 

H 2 12/15/81 A a N 

H 2 U/03/B1 A 10 N 

H 2 12/17/ai A 13 N 

H 2 12/31/81 A <■ T T R56 



5/08/81 
5/08/91 



H 2 


5/13/81 


A 


1 1 


P N G53 


H 2 


5/21/81 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


6/17/81 


A 


<, 


L 


H 2 


6/28/81 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


7/01/91 


C 


14 


N 


H 2 


7/02/81 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


7/05/81 


c 


22 


N 


H I 


7/08/81 


6 


1 


N 


H 2 


7/09/81 


B 


3 


N 


H 2 


7/10/81 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


7/13/81 


C 


2 


J 


S 2 


7/16/81 


A 


1 


N F30 


H 2 


7/2'./81 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


7/25/81 


B 


3 


N 


H 2 


7/31/91 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


8/03/81 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


8/22/81 


A 


1 


H 


S 2 


9/30/81 


A 


2 


N 


H 2 


10/01/81 


B 


3 


N 


H 2 


10/18/81 


A 


4 


N 


S 2 


12/08/81 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


12/17/91 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


5/02/81 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


5/15/81 


C 


5 


N G53 


H 2 


5/18/81 


B 


1 


P N G53 


H 2 


6/05/81 


A 


16 


N 


H 2 


6/30/81 


A 


a 


N 


H 2 


7/31/81 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


8/03/8 


A 


4 


6 


H 2 


11/26/8 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


12/08/8 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


12/09/81 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


12/16/81 


A 


a 


N 


S 2 


12/30/91 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


12/31/91 


A 


1 


N 



H 


2 


5/01/81 




10 


H 


2 


5/05/81 




7 


H 


2 


5/12/81 




5 


H 


2 


5/13/81 




11 


s 




5/14/91 




11 


H 


2 


5/21/81 




9 


H 


2 


5/27/81 




5 


H 


2 


5/28/81 




6 


s 


2 


5/29/81 




12 


H 


2 


5/31/81 




5 


s 


2 


6/04/81 




12, 


H 


2 


6/16/ai 




ly 


H 


2 


6/17/81 




4 


H 


2 


6/17/81 




12 


H 


2 


6/18/81 




6 


5 


2 


6/24/81 




14 



LT/ANJU4L 



1 ■. D f > 
12/31/91 



SUBJECTS 



P4GE 3* 
1/10/92 



STATE mOuSE approves -EASURE If* HAZAROCUS WASTES DISPOSAL 

AUTO I»*SuRa»jCE: NO AGREEMENT Y£T ON SOLUTION TO PROBLEMS 

PANEL VOTES n LifT INSURANCE RATES CAP 

PANtL REVERSES VOTE 0"! LICTING INSURANCE BATES CAP 

AMENDED INSURANCE BILL SENT Tl ClCOR Of SENATE 

AuTO INSURANCE ?ILL GROWS AS IT AGES 

ACTION DELAYED ON INSURANCE BILL 

SENATE PASSES INSURir.CE BILL 

INGRAM MAILS INSURANCE LAW 

I-JSl LECISlaHiRE: SEOISTRICTINO, gas TA« SETTLED: BUDGET STILL HAS MULES 

INGRAM MANAGES Tj KEEP Insurance powers intact 

QFflCIALS OISPuTE EFFECTS OF STATE INSURANCE LAW 
DRIVERS wIlM POINTS MAY SEE INSURANCE RATES RISE ?at 
INSURANCE C^STS WILL INCREASE FOR DRIVERS who mavE POINTS 
AUTO INSURANCE '0 JUMP 10 PC T. FOR MOST DRIVERS 
REINSURANCE UNIT SETS SURCHARGE 
RATES FOR SOME DRIVERS INCREASED 

AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO AuTj INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO N.C. OEPT. OF INSURANCE 

FACILITY Plans SMALLEST INSURANCE SURCHARGE 

HOUSE PANEL APPROVES BILL TO END AuTO SURCHARGE 

THE INSURANCE BATTLE: WHO'S THE REAL VICTIM IN JuTQ LIABILITY SYSTEM? 

INGRAM MAILS INSURANCE LAW 

DRIVERS wITm points may SEE INSURANCE RATES RISE :jOt 

REINSURANCE UNIT SETS SURCHARGE 

NEW RULES FOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION 

INGRAM OKS INSURANCE RATE REOUEST 

STATE ALLOWING COMPANY TO SELL AuTO INSURANCE BELOW FIXEO RATE 



auTO MAINTENANCE 

CAREFUL DRIVERS CARE FOR CARS 

AuTO POLLUTION 

SEE ALS" AUTOS. EMISSIONS 

CHARLOTTE CARS TO BE CHECKED 

AUTO REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO LICENSE PLATES 

PANEL BACKS STaGGEREO FEES 

license renewals reported lagging 
confusion remains over staggered licenses 
Checking on cheaters 

PAYING TAXES REauIREHENT BEFORE GETTING Cak LICENSE 
auto repair 

SEE ALS'l MECHANICS 

SEE ALSO SE'VICF STATION ASSOCIATION, N.C 

AuIO REPAIR: "IPIY HANDS SPARK STUDY 

■REAL CARS' GONE, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN IN JACKSON'S GAR 

CAREFUL DRIVERS CARE FOR CARS 

AUTO SAFETY 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 

SEE ALSO SaFE'y 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 

UNC PLANS AUTO Safety program 

ATHLETES' ACCIDENTS SPARK CONCERN 

SAFETY Push needed 

SAFETY IS TOP PRIORITY 

INSURANCE INDUSTRY TAKES W60NG-HEA0ED APPROACH 

CAR SAFETY FOR CHILDREN 

AUTO TAaES 

SEE MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

AUTOMATED SUPPLY CENTER INC. (VAN NUTS. CALIFORNIA! 
EDMISTEN WARNS FIRMS ABOUT FRAUD 

AUTOMATIC ?ANK TELLERS 

SEE AL5C ?ankS. DURHAM 
CCMPuTcR ON MFND 

BANKING FIRMS STUDYING SHARING AUTOMATIC TELLERS 
TELLER MACHINES: TO SHARE OR NOT TO SHARE 

AUTOMATIC PAYROLL DEPOSIT 
SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C. 

STATE OFFICIALS CRITICIZE MEMO 

MEMO SPARKS Sharp protest 

COURAGE WAS MISSING 

AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIPS 
SEE AUTOS, DEALERS 

AUTOPSIES 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL EXAMINER 
IF The boot is DECOMPOSED, 



CAN A KILLER BE CONVICTED? 



AUTOS ISEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AuTO MANUFACTURERS! 
SEE ALSO FORD MOTOR CO. 
SEE ALSO GASOLINE TANKS 
SEE ALSO GENERAL MOTORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. STATE MOTOR CLUB 
SEE ALSO USED CAR DEALERS 

WITHOUT WHEELS: THERE ARE SOME ADVANTAGES TO AuTOLESS EXISTENCE 

DOuBLETAkE 

SAFETY IS TOP PRIORITY 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

AUTOS, ANTIauE 

SEE ALSO ANTICUES 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, HISTORY 

1<)3'. PACKARD SOLO FOR 1350,000 
HE'S GOT THE SPIRIT 

AUTOS, BREAKING AND ENTERING 

SEE BREAKING AND ENTERING, AuTOS 

AUTOS, CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

COUPLE DELIVER Twins in car 

AUTOS, COSTS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, SALES 

LEGISLATORS HIKE COSTS FOR DRIVERS 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE MAY THINGS ARE 

AUTOS, DEALERS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, SALES 

SEE ALSO N.C. AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO USED CAR DEALERS 

DURHAM AUTQ SALES INCREASE 

NE. CAR SALES CONTINUE TO IMPROVE IN DURHAM 

AUTO DEALERS ASKED TO LIST CARS' MILEAGE 



N 


F 






P 





DATE 


C PG 


H 




6/25/ni 


S 2 


H 




6/29/81 


A 15 


H 




6/30/91 


A 9 


H 




7/01/91 


C l<. 


H 




7/0;/91 


A 9 


H 




7/05/Sl 


C iZ 


H 




7/09/91 


9 1 


H 




7/09/91 


a 3 


H 




7/10/91 


A 1 


H 




7/12/91 


A 10 


^ 




7/13/91 


C 2 


s 




7/16/51 


A I 






7/2<,/91 


A 1 


H 




7/29/91 


B 3 


H 




7/31/ei 


A 1 


H 




10/24/91 


C 5 


H 




11/26/91 


A 1 



5/01/81 

5/14/91 

5/31/91 

7/10/91 

7/24/91 

10/24/Rl 

12/27/81 

12/30/91 

12/31/91 



ID 
11 
5 
1 
I 
5 
19 
I 



M 2 10/20/91 D IDF 



H 2 6/01/ei B 1 



9/25/91 

9/29/91 

ia/a7/91 

12/30/81 

12/30/91 



1 1 
1 
1 



2 9/03/91 D 13 P F 

2 10/19/81 C 1 P U H49 

2 10/20/81 IDF 



7/29/91 
7/30/91 
3/34/91 
9/21/91 
11/30/91 
12/12/31 



S 2 12/01/91 3 5 ' N 



9/25/91 
10/23/91 
10/25/91 



533 
S33 
F78 



S 2 9/04/91 C 
H 2 9/05/81 A 
S 2 9/24/81 A 



H 2 7/26/91 A 



H 2 5/18/91 a 1 U S36 

H 2 7/19/91 A 9 P P T37 

S 2 B/21/91 A 4 E 

H 2 9/10/81 B 1 1 U 



2 12/07/31 A 2 
2 12/25/91 A 1 



S 2 6/19/91 C 6 N 



H 2 7/09/91 All N 
H 2 11/06/81 i 1 D U 



S 2 6/19/91 A 1 
S 2 11/30/81 C 1 
H J 12/03/ai B J 



K90 
S83 



MONTHLT/A 



INDEX 
U/31/81 



SUBJECTS 



N E 
P 



S 

E 
C PC 



P»GE 15 
l/lO/8i 



•uras. EMISSIONS 

SEE ALSO AUTO POLLUTION ^ . 

MUSfUX SPONSORS TEST OF AUT0MT3ILE EMISSION 
KEEPING AIB CLEAN IS GOOD ECONOMICS 

AUTOS. ENEPCY EFFICIENT 

SEE ALSO ENERGY CONSEHVAI ION. N.C. 

SEE ALSO Gasoline mileage 

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO,.. 

AUTOS. FIRES 

^^RESCUE WORi<ER5''pULL MAN FROM BURNING AUTOMOBILE 

AUTOS. HISTORY 

SEE ALSO AUTOS. ANTIQUE 

HOW TIMES DO CHANGE: EARLY TRAFFIC TROUBLES 

AUTOS. POOPEPTY TAXES 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 
SEE ALSO TAXES. DURHAM COUNTY 
NO TAX, NO CARD. NO CAR 

'"'see JuTOs''iSEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS! 
SEE FORC MOTOR CO. 
SEE GENERAL MOTORS 

AUTOS. SAFETY 

SEE AUTO SAFETY 

AUTOS. SALES 

SEE ALSO AUTOS. COSTS 
SEE ALSO AUTOS. DEALERS 

DURHAM JUTO SALES INCREASE 

GUIDE .iHITTEN ON PUYING CARS 

NEW CAR SALES CONTINUE TO IMPROVE IN DURHAM 

*" ^OLKS AROUND HERE: THE MAY THINGS ARE 

AUTOS. THEFTS 

SEE ALSO AUTO oATTERY THEFTS 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, N.C. 

AUTO Chase results in several charges 

POLICE CHARGE J MEN 

FOUR-COUNTY CAR CHASE ENDS IN GUILFORD WRECK 

SHOT FLATTENS TIRE TO END LONG CHASE 

MAN IS QUESTIONED IN SLAYING 

MAN KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS; CAR STOLEN 

MAN REPORTS ROBBERY 

KIDNAP COUNT RfllNCS TERM 

AUTOMOBILE IS STOLEN FROM LOT 

MAN ACCUSED OF BREAK-IN 

COOKE CHARGED WITH CAR THEFT 

IBOMASVILLE USED CAR LOT NOW PROTECTED 

CAR. «i3Q STJLEN FROM COUPLE 

AUTOS. VANDAL ISM 

SEE ALSO VANOALIS^F DURHAM 

CARS VANOALWFD IN 1-65 MOTEL LOTS 
VANDALS HIT CARS AT 3 MOTELS 

AVALANCHE 

SEARCHERS LEAD N.C. 

AVIATION GROUP INC. , ,,,, 

N.C. ENGINEERS SEE liaz AS LACKLUSTER 

AVITOOL 

SEE ALSO PESTICIDES 

PIGEONS NOT WANTED AT BRIGHTLEAF 

AWARDS 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL. AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DANIELS-OANIELEY AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING 

SEE ALSO FELLOWSHIPS 

SEE ALSO "FLEECE OF THE YEAR" 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S AWARD FOR BRAVERY AND HEROISM 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S COMMUNITY OF EXCELLENCE AWARDS PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF N.C. INC. 

SEE ALSO JAMES BRYANT CONANT AWARD 

SEE ALSO -AYFLJWER SOCIETY AWARD 

SEE ALSO MORRISON AWARD 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL MEDAL Of SCIENCE 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., AWARDS 

SEE ALSO 0. MAX GARDNER AWARD 

SEE ALSO ORDER OF THE LONG LEAF PINE 

SEE ALSO OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD TO YOUTH 

SEE ALSO RECORDS AND FIRSTS 

SEE ALSO REWARD 

SEE ALSO ROBERT F. KENNEDY BOOK AWARDS 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO SIR WALTER RALEIGH AWARD 

SEE ALSO TEACHER OF THE YEAR AWARD 

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

EXTENSION AGENT RECEIVES AWARD 

SPEAKERS GROUP HONORS TAR HEEL 

RECEIVE AWARDS 

HARRIS WINS SERVICE AWARD 

WORKERS' GROUP PRAISES WATKINS 

FIREMAN OF YEAR IS NAMED 

NORTON HONORED BY BELK 

BELK LEGGETT HONORS HORTON FUR SERVICE 

FELTS GETS HEALTH AWARD 

DUKE STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS 

DUKE STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS 

DISTRICT AWARD WINNERS 

SMITH WINS MANN AWARD 

AYCOCK BIRTHPLACE 

EAST. WEST DIFFER 

AZALEAS 

DON'T HUNCH THE AZALEAS 

B-I BOMBERS 

SEE AIRCRAFT, BOMBERS 

B C B GARAGE 

MAN ACCUSED OF BREAK-IN 
COOKE CHARGED WITH CAR THEFT 



CLIMBERS OFF MOUNTAIN wHERE 11 DIED 



S 2 5/08/81 C 2 P N 
H 2 10/16/81 A <. L 



H 2 6/15/81 B 1 G a93 

H 2 ID/23/81 All N 

S 2 IZ/O'./ai C 3 U D<,3 

S 2 6/I9/S1 A 4 E 



6/n/Bl 
11/26/81 
11/30/81 



H 2 5/28/81 E I U 



s 


2 


6/10/81 


C 




5 


2 


6/2'./ei 


C 




H 


2 


T/07/ai 


a 




H 
H 


2 
1 


7/28/81 
7/30/81 


A 
B 


1 I 


H 


2 


a/c/ei 


9 




s 


2 


8/04/81 


B 




H 


2 


3/06/81 


B 




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2 


9/26/81 






H 


2 


10/22/81 




17 


s 




10/22/81 




10 


H 


2 


U/2''/8l 




10 


H 


2 


12/10/81 




1 3 



I G GRILL 
SOFTBALL 



IN SEASON 



H 2 lO/2"/8l C 5 
H 2 5/11/81 A <, 



H 2 10/22/81 A 17/ 
S 2 10/22/81 A 10 



H 2 5/0<./8l 



N 



H 2 9/25/81 A l<. 

S 2 9/25/81 <. N 



S 2 6/23/81 A 12 N 
H 2 12/20/81 D 9 N 

H 2 12/2'./81 B 1<. N 



H 


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S/20/91 


B 




p 


N 


H 


I 


3/21/81 


B 




P 


N 


s 


2 


3/25/8 . 


A 




P 


P 


s 


2 


8/26/81 


A 


10 




H 


H 


1 


8/27/8 , 


8 






H 


H 


1 


a/27/8 


B 






N 


H 




9/01/8 


A 




P 


N 


s 


2 


9/02/8 


c 


12 




N 


s 


2 


10/16/8 


c 






N 


H 


2 


11/26/81 


B 






N 


s 


2 


11/26/81 


C 


26 




N 


H 


2 


12/23/81 


B 




P 


P 


s 


2 


12/2'./81 


A 






N 



M0NIMLY/4N'NUAL 



1 N fc < 

u/31/ai 



SUOJECTS 



C fC L P 1*L 



31.uf JAYS. CeillCS SUE ONE AMTHEH OVER AINGE 
6E.G IN NATIONALS TODAY; BOCKHOrtN TO RICHMOND 

a C '*. PIPE SHOP, PIC. 

FACES IN OuPmam: .joRkING HARD 

?nr< INVESTMENTS INC. 

COUNCIL APPROVES OEMOLISMING HOUSE 

P. EVERETT jnROAN PAX 

JORDAN LAKE GATES WILL CLOSE SEPT. 1 

HERE'S Guide fop ory tour of lake ar^a 

HATERS PF JOROAN LAKE BEGIN RISING TOMORROW 

JORDAN GATES TO CLOSE TODAY 

DAM jAMMEn AS GATES SHUT 

JOROAN: THE LAKf HAS SEEN LONG TIME IN HAKING 

THE MAGIC MO'IENT 

OFFICIALS FEAR POLLUTION OF JOROAN LAKE 

AT THE JOROAN 0AM 

YES. FOLKS, THERE IS A JORDAN LAKE 

a. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 

DURHAM AND THE RESEAKCH PARK: NEU LOOK AT THE GROWTH FACTORS 

SEAPLANES? CORPS CONSIDERS JORDAN LAKE 

INVASION' NO. IT HAS JUST THE U.S. ARMY PRACTICING 

USE OF SEAPLANES ON LAKE OPPOSED 

JORDAN LAKE GATES HILL CLOSE SEPT. I 

HERE'S GUIDE FOR DRY TOUR OF LAKE AREA 

HATERS Cf JORDAN LAKE BEGIN RISING TOMORROW 

JORDAN GATES TO CLOSE TODAY 

DAM JAMMED AS GATES SHUT 

JOROAN: THE LAKF HAS BEEN LONG TIME IN MAKING 

THE MAGIC MOMENT 

OFFICIALS FEAR POLLUTION OF JOROAN LAKE 

AT The JORDAN DAM 

CANE CRFEK GROUP OPENS LEGAL OFFICE IN DAM FIGHT 

CANE CREEK GROUP STILL FIGHTING 

JORDAN LAKE LEVEL RISES TO 31 FEET 

YES. FOLKS. There is a JORDAN LAKE 

JOROAN LAKE ..ON ' T HAVE SEAPLANE AREAS 

HATER FROM LAKE AIDS CAPE FEAR 

JORDAN LAKE HHRKSHOP SET 

8. EVERETT JORDAN RESERVOIR 
RESERVOIR OELAY SDUGmT 

cane creek foes hope mar's hon 

■"abe ruth league 
see also pase-iall 
see also little league baseball 

close call 

baseball: Pure ano simple 

tournaments set for ruth all-stars 

rhodes picks jucq trail 

baby sitters 

youngsters are certified to sit 

girl saves child as building collapses 

BAChE GROUP 

SEE BACHE halSEY STUART SHIELDS. INC. 

BACHE HALSEY STUART SHIELDS. INC. 
FIRMS PLAN TO EXPAND DQWNTOHN 
DURHA- BUSINESSES EXPANDING OFFICES 
UPBEAT NOTE FOR OOHNTOhN 
BROKERAGE FIRM PLANS EXPANSION 
BUILDING RENOVATION DELAYS MOVE 
BROKERAGE FIR" LEASES SPACE IN BANK 

BACKACHE 

SEE ALSO PAIN 

TALK HILL DEAL WITH COMMON BACK PROBLEMS 

BACKYARD WILDLIFE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO HILOLIFE SANCTUARY 

YOU TOO CAN 8E A WILDLIFE HERO. 



RIGHT IN YOUR OHN BACKYARD 



BAD CHECKS 

SEE ALSO Checking accounts 

SEE ALSO checks 

76-YEAa-OLO GIVEN PROBATION FOR CHECKS 

GUUIY PLEA MADE TO CHECK CHARGE 

FAKE LICENSES USED TO PASS BAO CHECKS 

CITY OFFICIAL PLEADS GUILTY 

PLAN COULD STEM BAD CHECKS 

SEMINAR TO HELP MERCHANTS BATTLE SHOPLIFTING 

SHARP EYES CAN AVOID BAO CHECKS IN STORE 

BAO DEBTS 

SEE ALSO BANKRUPTCY 

SEE ALSO 0E1T0RS' LAW 

SEE ALSO DEFAULT 

SEE ALSO N.C., DEBT COLLECTION 

COUNCILMAN ORDERED TO PAY JUDGMENT 

JUDGE ORDERS COUNCILMAN TO PAY JUDGMENT. INTEREST 

BAHA'I FAITH 

VIOLENCE: MANKIND'S IMMATURITY 
UNITED NATIONS DAY WILL BE CELEBRATED 

BAHAMA RURITAN CLUf 

SEE ALSO RURITAN CLUBS 
INSTALLS OFFICERS 

BAHAMA VOLUNTEER FIRE 06PT. 

FIRES Mil ^ HOMES IN COUNTY 

BAHAMAS I ISLANDS) 

SNORKfLING: A WORLD THAT NEVER SEEMS REAL IN PICTURES 

BAIL 30N0S 

SEE ALSO CRIMES. N .C . ISEF ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CRIMESI 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 
MENTAL GEAR-SHIFTING 
BONOS SET AT 11 MILLION 

STATE RECOMMENDS AGAINST PROSECUTION 
BONDS SET FOR ORuG SUSPECTS 
OFFICIALS wILL NOT PROSECUTE BAILIFF 
LICENSE HEARING OPENS OLD PROBE 
DETECTIVE 'SHOCKED' dY RULING 
JUDGE REDUCES BONOS 
BONO REINSTATED IN ROBBfRY CASE 
JUDGE REINSTATES BONO TO 150.000 

BAILEY, BANKS AND BIODLE JEWELRY 



9/26/81 
9/04/8 1 



S 2 U /14/81 A 1 P P TJ7 
H 2 7/0<)/ai a I N 



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8/14/81 


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a/Ji/Ri 


C 






N 




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9/01/ei 


3 






N 




H 




9/02/ai 


A 




P 


N 


H60 


H 




9/02/81 


B 






N 


H60 


s 




9/02/81 


C 




P 


P 


C56 


s 




9/02/81 


C 


18 




N 




H 




9/02/Bl 


B 




P 


P 


C56 


H 




10/01/81 


A 




P 


P 


C56 


H 




5/24/81 







P 


F 




H 




6/ii/ai 


B 




T 


U 


H60 


H 




7/21/81 


B 






N 


H6n 


H 




7/21/81 


t 






N 




H 




a/l4/ni 


B 




M 


N 


H60 


H 




8/14/81 


B 




M 


N 




s 




3/31/ni 


C 






N 




H 




9/01/81 


6 






N 




H 




9/02/81 


A 




P 


N 


H60 


H 




9/02/81 


B 






N 


H60 


S 




9/02/81 


C 




P 


P 


C56 


s 




9/02/81 


C 


IB 




N 




H 




9/02/81 


B 




P 


P 


C56 


H 




9/04/81 


A 






N 


M23 


S 




9/04/81 


A 






N 




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9/09/81 


B 






N 




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H 




10/01/81 
10/10/81 


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P 


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N 


C56 


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10/18/81 


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N 


H60 


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10/20/81 


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S 2 7/29/81 C I N H68 
H 2 7/30/81 A 1 N H68 



S 2 7/18/81 2 P P H99 

S 2 7/16/81 C 3 U Rt>6 

5 2 7/21/81 B 3 N R66 

S 2 7/24/81 2 P F C09 



S 2 6/19/81 B 1 
H 2 6/27/81 A 12 



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S 2 



S 2 
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7/15/81 

7/15/81 

7/21/31 

10/06/81 

10/07/81 

12/02/81 



N F78 

N 

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N F7a 

N S83 

N sa3 



H 2 9/04/81 A 10 



H 2 11/20/81 IDF W66 



H 2 5/31/Sl A 2 1 P N 



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6/16/81 


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11/05/81 


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Srt 3 


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11/24/81 


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H 2 7/30/81 B 1 P N S51 
S 2 7/30/81 » 8 N 



H 2 7/04/81 A 4 
S 2 10/23/81 C 6 



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S 2 12/10/81 B a P P r37 

H 2 11/28/81 C 1 P N 

H 2 5/01/81 5 F G33 



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8/19/81 


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a/20/81 


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851 


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a/20/81 


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a/20/81 


A 




N 




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12/02/81 


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12/29/81 


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SUBJECTS 



OiGE 57 
1/10/82 



OU"ONDS A«E « BHIQE'5 BEST f«IENO »r BAILEY, bANKS £. BIUDLE lAOl 
CITY'S AUDITORS KECOMMENOEO FOR EXTENSION 

SEE COURTS, DURMAH COUNTY. BAILIFFS 

BALANCED GROWTH 

SEE ECONOMY, N.C. 

SEE INDUSTRIAL OE VELOPMENT , N.C. 

SEE N.C. STATE GOALS ANO POLICY bOARO 

BALO EAGLE 
SEE EAGLES 

SEE ALSO POLSHQI BALLET 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

youth, adults on their tofs for company 

ball00nist5 

see also adventure 
see alsn hot air palloons 
Shat's that in The sky? not a bird, not a plane 

balloons 

away they go 
HESSaGE GETS ANSWER 

BALLOONS, HOT AIR 

SEE HOT AIR BALLOONS 

BALLOONS ANO TUNES „„„^,r 

BALLOONS -N- TUNES FOR FUN -N- PROFIT 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 

BANGLADESH „^^ 

THE CHALLENGE OF BANGLADESH 
BABY BOOM IN BANGLADESH 

BANK DEPOSITS 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P PYL 



P DATE 

H 2 6/28/81 G 2 P A 

H 2 lO/C/ai A 12 N 



H 2 9/13/81 D 2 P F LS". 



5 2 7/02/81 3 P F PTl 



H 2 5/23/Pl A 1 P P T37 
S 2 7/22/81 CI N F30 



H 2 11/26/81 A 13 P F 
H 2 8/06/81 B 1 U 



H 2 6/13/91 A I, 
H 2 7/OS/81 D <. 



BANK FRAUD 

SEE ALSO FRAUD 

3 FORMER BANKERS INDICTED 

BANK MERGERS 

SFE MERCERS IGENERAL MEADINGI 

RANK OF N.C.. HAW RIVER BRANCH 

HAW RIVER 10 LOSE ONLY BANK 

PA\K RTEEERIFS. DU»H»M 

SFE ALSO ARMED POBBFRY, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, fluRHAM 
DURHAM OANK ROBPEO 
ARMED MAN RnsS ''ANK ON ROXBQRO 
BANK ROBBER IS STILL SOUGHT 
WANTED 

TELLER lOENTIFIfi GUNMAN 
GUNMAN ROBS DURHAM BANK 

BANK BRANCH ROEBED NEAR SOUTH SOUARF 
POLICE SEARCH FOR LEADS IN BANK ROBBERY 
POLICE HAVE NO SUSPECTS IN TUESDAY BANK HOLDUP 
ARMED MAN ROBS 3ANK ON ERWIN RD. 
POLICE SEEK MAN 
•81 N.C. BANK ROBBERIES FEWER, COSTLIER 

BANK ROBBERIES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ARMfO ROBBERY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO BOBBERY, N.C. 

SENTENCES GIVEN IN ROBBERY 

DRAGNET CATCHES VACATIONERS 

LAWYER Charged IN BANK ROBBFRY 

JUDGE ORDERS PSYCHIATRIC EXAM 

GUNMAN ROBS CHARLOTTE BANK 

TEAR GAS MAY HAVE HIDDEN HOLDUP 

■81 N.C. BANK ROBBERIES FEWER, COSTLIER 

FBI SAYS CRACKDOWN CUI BANK ROBBERIES 

GREENSBORO BANK OFFICE IS ROBBED 

BANK ROBBERY CHARGE FILED 

TWO RTB°ERS LOSE LOOT, GUN 

FBI CHARGES TWO IN ROBBERY CASE 

MAN INDICTED ON ROBBERY CHARGE 

CHAPEL HILL BANK HOLDUP IS TOWN'S 3R0 

CAR SOUGHT IN ROBBERY 

MAN PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO ROBBERY 

MINISTER HELD HOSTAGE DURING ROBBERY SHOT 

COUPLE Eludes dragnet by fbi 

N.C. BANK ROBBED 

ARMED MAN ROBS BANK IN RALEIGH 

MAN ROBS BANK IN RALEIGH 

CHARLOTTE MAN CHARGED WITH BANK ROBBERY 

PAIR HOLDS UP CCa BRANCH IN GREENSBORO 

BANK ROBBERIES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO ARMED R0B6ERY, U.S. 

N.C- MAN WANTED ON MURDER CHARGE ARRESTED IN TEXAS 
FBI NABS 2 FOR FLORIDA BANK ROBBERY 

BANKERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK t TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO FIRST CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF N.C. (DIVISION OF FIRST UNION CORP. I 

SEE ALSO N.C. BANK COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. BANKERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

SEE ALSO NORTHWESTERN BANK 

SEE ALSO WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST CO. 

MONEY MARKET FUNDS CONCERN BANKERS 

BANKERS WILL SEEK INTEREST RATE HIKES, BANKRUPTCY LAW CHANCES 

BANKING REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO PANKS, U.S. ISFE ALSO NAMES OF BANKSI 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

ANALYST SAYS BANKS STYMIED BY REGULATIONS 

ANALYST SAYS OUTDATED LAWS ARE HURTING BANKS 

BANKRUPTCY 

SEE ALSO BAD DEBTS 



H 2 7/28/81 A 8 



H 1 11/2',/ai b I 



S 2 


5/07/81 


A 






N 


XO". 


H 2 


s/oa/81 


A 




P 


N 




S 2 


5/08/81 


C 






N 


K90 


S 2 


5/15/91 


A 




P 


P 




S 2 


6/09/81 


B 






N 


U57 


S 2 


a/0<./81 


A 






N 


U57 


H 2 


8/05/81 


c 






N 




S 2 


8/05/81 


A 






N 




H 2 


8/06/81 


B 






N 




H 2 


8/25/91 


B 






N 




S 2 


8/25/91 


B 




P 


N 


U57 


S 2 


9/25/81 


A 






N 





H 




5/23/81 




3 


N 


H 




6/0<./ei 




10 


N 


H 




7/23/81 






N 


H 




7/2'./81 






N 


H 




a/Ci/ai 






N 


s 




9/03/91 






N 


s 




9/25/91 






N 


H 




9/26/81 




10 


N 


H 




9/30/81 




1". 


N 


H 




10/08/81 




22 


N 


H 




10/2'./81 






N 


H 




11/04/81 






N 


H 




I /05/ai 






N 


H 




1 /13/ai 






N 


S 




1 /16/ni 






N 


H 




1 /18/91 






N 


H 




11/21/91 






N 


H 




11/25/81 






N 


5 




11/30/91 






N 


S 




12/14/81 






N 


H 




12/15/91 






N 


H 




12/16/91 






N 


H 




12/30/91 




12 


N 



H 2 ia/l9/Pl A 1 1 
S 2 11/10/81 a 7 



s/j'./ai A 
10/23/81 C 



H 2 12/09/81 B 
S 2 12/09/81 C 



KP N F7e 
1 P N S83 



1/10/82 



S I T 

N 6 ELY 

P 0»TE C CC L 3»t. 



SEE «LSO DEFAULT 

SiKKRUPTCIES MiVE SIONIFICiNT 1NC»6»SE 
PLINS fOR lO«NS to fI"H »»6 flLED 
OFBT COLLECTOBS L[«E SiNKBuPTCT BILL 
BANKdUPTCIES INCREASt IN NORTH CIPOLINA 
SUIT »G«INST 1H5 ',£EnS 1215,000 
TRUSTEE CL1I1S IRS TOOK TOO NUCM MOSEY 
FORMER "ILL EMPLOYEES FILE CO-PLAlNT 
The FRuIT OF nisTRuST IN TnE LAW 
RESTAURANT MANAGER FACES SUIT 
SUIT CLAIMS RESTAURANT m|smanaGEO 
BANKRUPTCIES UP I06X IN GREENSBORO COURT 
COURT elCUSES NORTHMESTFRN FROM SUIT 
BUSINESS FAILURES ON RISE IN N.C. 
MISPLACED INDIGNATION 

BANKRUPTCY COURT, DURHAM 

SEE U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT 

BANKRUPTCY LAWS 

SEE ALSO DEBTORS' LAW 

HOUSE PANEL SACKS BILL ON BANKRUPTCY 

N.C. SENATE PASSES TICKET iuOTA BAN 

BANKRUPTCIES HAVE SIGNIFICANT INCREASE 

BILL TO UNSEAL ADOPTION RECORDS DRAWS COMMENT 

LEGISLATURE CLOSE TO ENACTING BANKRUPTCY BILL 

BANKRUPTCY "ILL COuLO ENCOURAGc 0E3T-OOOGING 

MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE OK • 

BANKRUPTCY LA« RAISES PROBLEMS 

BANKRUPTCIES UP noX IN GREENSBORO COURT 

BANKRUPTCY SU*^JECT OF FORUM 

PULLEY SEEKS TELAY IN EFFECTIVE DATE OF BANKRUPTCY ACT 

PANEL APPROVES STATE'S SALARY PACKAGE 

SMALL BUSINESSES GET ADVICE ON CUSTOMER CREDIT 

HOUSE VOTES TP DELAY BANKRUPTCY BILL 

SENATE VOTES BRIEF DELAY FOR BANKRUPTCY BILL 

DEBTORS LA« EFFECTIVE JAN. 1 

BANKERS WILL SEEK INTEREST RATE HIKES. BANKRUPTCY LAW CHANGES 

BANKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO AUTOMATIC BANK TELLERS 

SEE ALSO Checking accounts 
SEE ALSO Savings accounts 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS anO loan associations, DURHAM 
FOLKS abound HERE: FROGGY GONE ABANKING 
CUSTOMERS MAY GET CHECK-PROCESSING HIKES 
MIKE SIGNALS DEREGULATION 

DURHAM BANKERS FORESEE ALL SAVERS KUSH TOMORROW 
BANKS OFFER CUSTOMERS EXTRA HOURS 
ALL SAVERS' RUSH BIPECTED TODAY 
DURHAM ALL SAVERS BUSINESS BRISK TODAY 
ALL SAVERS SELL BRISKLY 

MANY DuBham all savers buyers TRANSFERRING FUNDS 
OORham savers EiaminE ALL INVESTMENT OPTIONS 
EARNINGS/OIVIDENOS 
2 BANKS OPEN TOMORROW 

DURHAM HOMEOWNERS TO GET HELP ON REPAIRS 
FINANCIAL FIRMS POISED FOR BATTLE OF IRA FUNDS 

BANKS, HISTORY 

BANKING'S BENCHMARK 

BANKS, INTERNATIONAL 

BANKING'S BENCHMARK 

ftAjuirC^ ju f 

SEE ALSO AUTOMATIC PAYROLL DEPOSIT 

SEE ALSO BANKERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK C TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO Checking accounts 

SEE ALSO ELFCT<ONIC FUNDS TRANSFER 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD 

SEE ALSO FIRST CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO FI9ST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF N.C. lOIVISIQN OF FIRST UNION CORP. I 

SEE ALSO INTERSTATE BANKING 

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BANK COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. BANKERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

SEE ALSO NORTHWESTERN BANK 

SEE ALSO PlanTEBS NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO. (GENERAL HEAOINGI 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO WAChOVIA Bank AND TRUST CO. 

BaITlFLINES SFT on interest BILL 

ENTERPRISING 

BANKING INOUSTHY Shows it CAN SURVIVE RECESSION 

organizers to describe bank plans 

Chapel hill bank aims for oct. opening 

interest bill amended by panel 

higher interest rates bills enacted 

senate allows increase in legal interest rates 

BANKS ANNOUNCE m^bgER 

BACKEBS OF Chapel hill bank hope to get charter JULY 22 

FURTHER TAA HIKES WON'T COME UP THIS SESSION 

COMPETITION CAUSING BANKS TO OFFER MORE 

CheCk-wR ITING COSTS TO RISE 

STATE Charters chapel hill bank 

BANKERS: INTEREST RATES DON'T DETER BORROWERS 

Chapel hill bank GETS NEW NAME 

SAVERS CAN GET TAX BREAK 

N.C. BANKS MAY SELL NOTFS ON OCT. 3 

BRITON PLEADS GUILTY TO FRAUD 

BANKS SAY BUSINESS GOOa ON SATURDAY 

LOWER INTEREST SEEN CUTTING ALL SAVERS DEMAND 

F0RME3 5ANK PRESIDENT GETS l-YEAR SENTENCE 

2 EX-OFFICERS OF BANK GIVEN PRISON T£RMS 

ALL SAVERS Funds follow U.S. TREND 

EARNINGS: FIRST UNION REPORTS HUGE GAIN IN THIRD QUARTER 

BANKING FIRMS STUDYING SHARING AUTOMATIC TELLERS 

2 TAR HEEL BANKS TO OPEN TOMORROW FOR ALL SAVERS 

MERGER PROPOSAL WITHDRAWN 

Three n.C. Ianks lower prime Rates 

plan coulo stfm bad checks 

N.C. MORGAGE Bates may be coming DOWN 
MERGES TO COST SOME N.C. BANKS 
HOARDERS CAUSE PENNIES SHORTAGES 

BANKS, U.S. ISEE ALSO NAMES OF BANKSI 
SEE ALSO BANKING REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO Checking accounts 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL RESERVE BANK 
SEE ALSO INTEBSTate Banking 
SEE ALSO PRIME INTEREST RATE 
SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

VERMONT BANKER DOESN'T EXPECT VAST CHANGES IN U.S. XANPCING 

FLA. FIRM WANTS TO BUY BANK SOUGHT BY NCNB 



S/ll/Bl 
5/30/ei 
6/10/91 
7/10/81 
7/29/fll 
7/2'5/91 
3/01/91 
a/02/91 
3/12/Pl 
9/13/91 
9/2<./ai 
9/27/91 
11/30/91 
12/10/91 



1 
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12 

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6 



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5/16/91 


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5/19/ni 


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5/29/91 


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1 h 


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6/01/91 


A 


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6/07/91 


A 


9 


N 






6/16/81 


A 


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1 






9/24/81 


A 


9 


N 






9/29/91 


1' 


; 


N 


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10/06/91 


A 


9 


P N 


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10/07/91 


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10/08/81 


A 


16 


N 


F79 




10/09/91 


H 


1 


N 


G5 3 




10/09/91 


A 


1 ? 


N 


05 3 




lO/n/91 


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1 


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Gii 



S 2 10/23/91 C 



H 2 7/02/91 B ITU 



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7/23/91 




N 


sai 


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9/29/Bl 




N 


SS3 


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10/01/91 




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Sfl3 


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10/01/91 




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Srt 1 


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10/02/91 




N 


F71 


s 




10/02/81 




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Srl3 


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10/03/91 




N 


FI9 


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10/03/91 




N 


S91 


s 




10/12/91 




N 


S91 


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10/25/81 


I 3 


N 




5 




10/30/81 




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12/31/91 




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F^8 



H 2 12/05/81 A 4 E 



H 2 12/05/81 A 4 E 



5/01/91 A 

5/02/81 A 

5/07/81 A 

5/10/91 A 

5/12/81 e 

5/15/91 A 

5/29/81 A 

5/29/91 C 

6/11/91 8 

6/19/91 A 

7/03/91 C 

7/18/81 A 

7/20/91 A 

7/23/91 B 

9/03/91 A 

9/05/81 C 

9/20/81 A 

9/24/91 A 

9/30/91 A 

10/04/91 A 

10/08/91 A 

10/16/91 A 

10/17/81 A 

10/17/91 A 

10/18/91 

10/2 3/91 C 

LO/30/91 A 

10/30/91 C 

11/0 3/9 1 A 

11/05/Bl C 

11/16/91 A 

11/20/81 C 

11/28/91 a 



6/29/ai 
9/10/81 8 



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5/01/al 



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lJ/31/81 



P»GE 39 
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PC L P 3VL 



N.C. ?«NKErt SEES CRUCUL TIME 

• NALrST S»YS RANKS STYNIEO BY KEGUHTIONS 

ANALYST SAYS OUTDATED LAWS AHE HUiJTI.NC 3ANKS 

BANNED BOOKS 

SEE CENSOBSMIP 

BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOME OF N.C. 
SEE ALSO ADOPTION 
SEE ALSO ORPHANAGES 
PROeLEH PREGNANCIES 

■BAPTISTS 

SEE ALSO GENERAL 8APTIST CONVENTION 
SEE ALSO N.C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 
SEE ALSO SOUTHEPN BAPTIST CONVENTION 

HOOERATES, FUNOAHFNTALISTS VYING POP CONTROL Of BAPTISTS 

BAPTISTS CAN'T DICTATE CITY TAX SPENJING 

'BIBLICAL RECORDER' EDITOR PLANS TO RETIRE NEXT YEAR 

BAPTISTS PLAN ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN 

BARBECUE 

COOKING OUT'S FUN. THRIFTY 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE 'CUE SCARE 

•CUE cook: PREAChFR ROTATES FROM PULPIT TO BARBECUE PIT 

FOLKS AROUND HERE 

HITE REPORT, ?URP. INCLUDES NOTHING SEXY TO STEM OVER 

'CuIST CONFESSES. 'I EAT RIBS AND CHICKEN, TOO' 

U STILL HOSPITALIZED IN FOOD POISONING 

SALMONELLA MAY HAVE CAUSED FOOD POISONING 

SALMONELLA BLAMED FOR FOOD POISONING 

N.C. HEALTH OFFICIALS CONFIRM FOOD PO t SON ING- SALMONELLA LINK 

FILM TELLS HISTORY, HOW-TO OF BARBECUE 

BAR BEE ROAD 

BOARD DELAYS ACTION ON AMBULANCE REGULATION 

BARBERS, DURHAM 

FLATTOPS 'OUT' FOREVER, FORMER BARBER SAYS 

BARBFR5» U«S 

WOMAN BARPER, ■)<,, MUST PACK UP CLIPPERS 

Barbershop quartets 

SEE society for the preservation c encouragement of barbershop Quartet singing 

Bar BERSHnp^ 

SEE ALSO SOCIETY FOR THF PRESERVATION (. ENCOURAGEMt NT OF BARBERSHOP QUARTET SINGING 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: BARBERSHOP OUET H 2 

HOW TIMES DO CHANGE: HAIR STYLE WAS CHANGED S 2 

BARNFS GULF SERVICE STATION 

LAST Gambling raid charges dismissed h 2 

barnhill contracting co. itarboro, n.c.i 

state officials to study road firm's profit s 2 

barnwell, s.c. 

southfrn statfs consider regional n-waste dump h 2 

barrier islands 

see also beaches, n.c. 
SEE ALSO Outer banks, n.c. 

FLOOD INSURANCE CUTOFF COULD HIKE PRICES 
GFOLOGISTS receive grant to STUDY ISLANDS 
GEOLOGISTS GET BOOKS GRANT 

"ARRUS CONSTRUCTION CO. IKINSTON, N.C.I 
SEE ALSO ASHLAND-WARREN, INC. 
BANNED FIRM SUBMITS LOW BID 
DECISION OuE ON PAVING BID 

BOARD REJECTS ALL PAVING 9I0S FOR STATE PARK 
DELAWARE FIRM AGREES TO PAY STATE J1.9 MILLION 

BASEOALL 

SF£ ALSO BABE RUTH LEAGUE 

SFE ALSO BEThESDA athletic ASSOCIATION BASEBALL TEAMS 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEAGUE 

SFE ALSO CHICAGO Cups 

SEE ALSO CLEVELAND INDIANS 

SEE ALSO KINSTON EAGLES (BASEBALL TEAMI 

SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO LOS ANGELES DODGERS 

SEE ALSO NEW YORK METS 

SFE ALSO NEW YORK YANKEES 

SEE ALSO N.C. COLLEGIATE SUMMER BASEBALL LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO NOSTALGIA 

SEE ALSO PITTSdURGH PIRATFS 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 

SEE ALSO SOFTBALL 

SEE ALSO WORLD SERIES 

BASEBALL SUPERSTITIONS 

COVERING THE GAME WITH DIRT 

AREA PLAYERS DOT MINORS 

CABLE TELEVISION OFFERS RELIEF FOR BASEBALL JUNKIES 

BOWIE AT THE BAT 

RECYCLING MANAGERS 

SUMMER LEAGUE BASEBALL OPENING NEXT SUNDAY 

THE INEPT OWNERS 

GASTON RECALLS IMPORTANT WHIFF 

BASEBALL NOTEBOOK 

AWARDS FOR A STRIKE-SHORTENED BASEBALL SEASON 

NO IDLE BRAINS 

BILLY MARTIN ACTED LIKE A 3-YEAR OLD 

EXCITEMENT, NOT TORPOR 

DREAM PROMOTIONS 

CLOSE CALL 

BASEBALL: PURE AND SIMPLE 

RADIO SHOULD RECREATE THE CLASSICS 

TOURNAMENTS SET FOR RUTH ALL-STARS 

RHODES PICKS JUCO TRAIL 

POLL SAYS BASEBALL LOSING FANS 

TAYLOR TERMITES 

BETH6SDA Champs 

BASEBALL FEVER: REDS HAVE LOST IT 

'BILLYBALL' TO PREVAIL? 

BACK TOGETHER WITH BASEBALL 

THEY'RE TALKIN' BASEBALL. . . 

WEAVER OUTLASTS lit. COLLEAGUES 

A MUDDLING OF MANAGERS 

•81 SEASON MAY BE THE CURE FOR BASEBALL FEvFR 

BEAUCMAMP TURNS DOWN BULLS POST 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 

BASEBALL, N.C. 



H \ 10/02/81 B 1 N 

H 2 12/09/81 S 1 P N F78 

S 2 12/09/81 C 1 P N S83 



H 2 9/16/81 A 



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H 2 9/12/81 B l". 



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£ fnuSTRaTION GROWS 
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HClx TIMES 00 CHinCE: UMPIRES BAOLV TREATED 

mSE'^ALL. SALARY ARBITRATIONS 
SEE ALSO SALARIES. U.S. 
STR IKF NOTES 

BASEBALL STRIKE SMOULnN'T AFFECT BULLS 
STRIKE WOULD DISABLE GAME 

HERE" STICKING A TONGUE OUT AT THE BASEBALL STRIKE 
BASEBALL STRIKES OuT MY UALLtT 
BASEBALL STRIKES OUT MY WALLET 
THEY GOTTA EAT 

CHARLIE BROWN ON BASEBALL SALARY ARBITRATIONS (CARTOONl 
BASEBALL'S BOTTOM LINE NOTHING NEW 
PRO FOOTBALL EYES BASEBALL STRIKE 

Thanks to the playE'S. the Damage IS Immense 

NEW WAVE OF Owners has robbed baseball Of ITS APPEAL 

ignorance, greeo Put both sides in fan-s doghouse 

PLAY BALLr STRIKE'S END NO EaRTH-SmAkER hERE 

observat ions 

players likely to suffer more 

baseball players !. owners reach settlement (cartoonl 

baseball's a business 

BASEBALL Players on the air traffic CONTROLLERS' STRIKE ICARIOONI 
LET'S PLAY IFOOTIBALL 

BASEBALL. STATISTICS 

PRESS BOX ELITE: SCOREkEEPER. WRITERS ANO AN ANNOUNCER 

RASEBALL CARDS 

CARP BUSINESS IGNORES BASEBALL STRIKE 

BASIC SKILLS TESTING 
SEE SCHOOLS. N.C.. 



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BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO BIG FOUR ALUMNI BASKETBALL BONANZA 

SEE ALSO COLLEGE BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM RECREATION DEPT., BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL SPORTS FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, BASKETBALL ISEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SChOOLSI 

SEE ALSO PRO BASKETBALL 

A DAY OF SPORTS AROUNO TOWN H 

'SHANGHAIED' BY CHINESE BASKETBALL H 

BASKETBALL Shooting tournament planned S 

FOUL SHOOTING CONTEST JAN. 9 S 



basketball camp 

munte" realizes 



A FIve-STAR fantasy 



BASKETBALL COURTS ICORNwALLIS HOUSING PROJECT! 
SEE CORNwALLlS HOUSING PROJECT 

BASKETS 

AN OLD-TIME ART 
EVE WEAVE 

BASS BROTHERS ENTERPRISES, INC. 

TEXAS FIRM SEEKS STOCK OF BLUE BELL 

BASS FISHING 

SEE ALSO STRIPED BASS 

BASS TOURNEY TO HELP FIGHT DISEASE 

KEEPING TABS ON SUTNER BASS 

SMALL COULO BE BETTER 

WHITEROCK ALTERNATIVE: HYBRID BASS ADDS NEW FISHING DIMENSION 

N.C. "ASS HEARING LANDS FEW ANGLERS 

OuTnoOR NOTES 

OKON GETTING A JUICK START ON BASS TOUR 

OUTDOOR NOTES 

»aST1LLE day 

SEE ALSO FRANCE 

THE lIBFRTy-LOvING FRENCH 

BATON T«lRLIfG 

SEE ALSO DURHAM DOLLS BATON CORPS 

THOUGH TEASED A LOT. SHE KEPT ON 'TWIRLING' 
BATON POACTICF AT UNC 

BATTELLE PACIFIC NORTHWEST LABORATORIES 

CHEMICALS USED Chip MANUFACTURE STUDIED 

BATTERFD WOMEN 

SEE ALSO ChILO abuse. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO Child abuse. N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE. U.S. 

SEE ALSO OOMESnc VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO ORA1GE/0URMAM YwCA COALITION FOR BATTERED WOMEN 

SEE ALSO PARENTS ANONYMOUS 

SEE ALSO RAPE. U.S. 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

ABUSED WIFE SHOULD GO FREE 

BATTERIES 

SEE AUTO BATTERY THEFTS 
SEE PLASTIC BATTERIES 

BATTERY TECHNOLOGY CO. 

TESTS FIND MERCURY IS HIGH 

TWO MORE POISONING Claims FILED 

MERCURY CONTAMINATION LESSENS 

The battle of BENTONVILLE 

SEE ALSO BENTONVILLE STATE HISTORIC SITE 
CIVIL WAR CAMP RE-ENACTED 

BATTLE OF LINOLEY'S MILL 
SEE ALSO LINOLEY'S MILL 
SEE ALSO REVOLUTIONARY WAR HISTORY 
1781 "ATTLE RE-ENACTED IN ALAMANCE 
RAID REPLAYED 2D0 YEARS LATER 
THE DAY THAT STAFFORD BRANCH RAN RED 

BEACH BOYS IMuSlC GROuPI 

BEACH BOYS AT OUK? TONIGHT 

THE BEACH BOYS BRING CALIFORNIA TO CAME'ON 

BEACH MUSIC FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO MUSIC 

A SOUR NOTE: HUNT PROCLAMATION FQR DURHAM NATIVE BREEDS DISCORD 
MEANINGLESS PROCLAMATIONS 

BEACHES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO OARRIEP ISLANDS 



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see ALSO OUTER RANK"*. N-C- 

IT'S TiMe rn gd down to the seashore 

TIME fOO ThF «ANKS...THE 0UTE» BANKS 

OIL CLEANUP oEGINS AT NAGS HEAO 

T0UKIST5 HELP OUT AS NAGS HEAO CLEANUP BEGINS 

OIL WASHES ASHORE AT SALVO 

8FACH COTTAGES: dOOKINGS ARE GOING QUICKL* IN N.C. 

EROSION REPAIR TO BEGIN OCT. 1 

LIFEGUARD'S KEPT •SUMMER' JOB 22 YEARS 

COASTAL AREAS LEAD GROWTH 

FEEDING AN INSATIABLE OCEAN 

SfACH EXCURSION 

CONCERN ON ORILLING OFF COAST EXPRESSED 

ACCUSATIONS HADE OVER COASTAL ACT 

HUNT SAYS Hf SOUGHT ACTION TO PRESERVE ACT 

PROTECTING OUR COAST 

NEW SHORELINE POLICIES URGED 

N.C. COASTAL POLLUTION THREAT SEEN ^ „„ _._ 

UNPREDICTASLE INLET MOVEMENT THREATENS COASTAL DEVELOPMENT 

REPORT TO CITE HEALTH THREAT FROM POLLUTION 

ROYALL NAMED TO PANEL 

TIDES TO BE HIGHEST SO FAR THIS YEAR 

SEPTIC TANKS THREATEN DRINKING HATER - STUDY 

BATTERED COAST BEGINS ASSESSING STORM DAMAGE 

•iEACHES, S.C. 

S.C. BEACHES 'WAR ZONES' 
CHERRY GROVE NO 'WAR ZONE' 

BEANS 

TUNNEL OF BEANS 

BEARDS 

WHOSE 8FAR0 IS THIS? 

WHOSE BFARO IS THIS? 

WHOSE BEARD IS THIS? 

WHOSE BEARO IS THIS? 

WHOSE BEARD IS THIS? 

THE MFN BEHIND THE BEARDS 



"EARS 



ROAMING CREATURES. BE WARY 



THE B'AR FACTS: «HEN YOU SPOT 

GETTING ACCLIMATED 

MONSTER BLACK BEAR 

BLACK BFAR <OAMS N.C. STATE 

BFaR in RALEIGH REMAINS ELUSIVE 

TRACKERS THINK BEAR IS IN TUNNEL 

THE BARE FACTS ARE: BRUIN BAFFLES HUNTERS 

PEAUCATCHER MOUNTAIN 

RESIDENTS STILL DEBATE ROAD PROJECT 

BEAUFORT. N.C. 

WILD PONIFS ROAM CARROT ISLAND 
OLD BEAUFORT BY THE SEA 

DUKE MARINE LAB TO BEGIN PROGRAM 

FALL CLASSES START AT DUKE LAB 

BEAJNIT FIBERS 

BI ACQUIRES BEAUNIT CORP. 

BEAUTY GALLERY 

POWER TOOLS TAKEN 

BECTON. DICKINSON AND CO. , ,,.^ „^ 

SURVEY SHOWS OPTIMISTIC INVESTMENT ATTITUDE 

BEECH MOUNTAIN 

2 MORE CHARGED IN COCAINE LAB RAID 

BEECHWOOO CEMETERY 

UNCOMPROMISING DUO 
SOMEBODY'S HATCHING 

BEFR 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO ANHEUSER-BUSCH INC. 

SEE ALSO BILLY BEER 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BULLS. PEER 

SEE ALSO JOSEPH SCHLIT2 BREWING CO. 

SEE ALSO WINE 

SENATE REVERSES BEER VOTE AFTER FINDING IT HITS CLOSE 

OPEN BEERS IN CARS MAY BE BANNED 

TAX INCREASE ON BEER AND LIQUOR WINS N.C. COMMITTEE APPROVAL 

ORDINANCE ON ALCOHOL IS UPHELD 

BEER: THE BATTERED BREW 

BEES 

see also insect stings 
going for nectar 

beetle bailey (comic stripl 

folks around here: with the fourth estate 

before the colors fade ibooki 

reading reasqner is as pleasant as hearing him 

selehs creek. n.c. 

rider. horsf drown in lake 

belems creek plant i winston-salem, n.c.i 
duke power has to buy electricity 

belk-beck stores (burlington, n.c.i 
burlington saleshoman hurt 

belk-lEggett (Durham, n.c.i 
belk-leggett (adsi 
horton honored by belk 



BELK-LEGGETT BUILDING (DURHAM, N.C.I 

THE GHOST NEXT OOOR: OLD BELK' S BUILDING. 



GAVE POLTERGEIST A LIFT 



BELK LEGGETT HORTON OEPT. STORE (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.I 

FAST TALKERS TAKE MONEY, FOOD FROM GROCERY STORE 

BELK STORE SERVICES, INC. 

3ELK LEGGETT HONORS HORTON FOR SERVICE 

BELL'S STOP-N-SHOP 

MAN CAN'S ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS FOR YEAR 

BELMONT ABPEY COLLEGE 

COLLEGE NAMES PRESIDENT 

■^ENEFLEX (FRINGE BENEFIT PROGRAM) 



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BfNEFLEJ TO LFT SOME HO«KERS SELECT BENEFITS 



SJbjECTS 






beknCh»n mHjSE 

thev SHiaE 



"E-C»IES OF STAGvIllE 



"EKNETT MOUSE 

SEE aEWETT PLACE STATE MlSTO»IC SITE 

9ESHETT Oi.»Cc SUTE iISTOkIC SITE 

mO» TIMES or CnAVGE: aAB ENDED IN OUKhA" 

WORK UsnE' JAV ON VISITORS CENTER 

"ORGAN'S OREA-S JEALnEO 56 TEARS AG] 

BENNETT PLACE VISITORS CENTER CONSTRUCTION NEARS C0"PLETION 

eENNETT PLACE VISITORS CENTER 

3ENNETT PLACE VISITORS CENTER CONSTRUCTION NEARS CO^-PLETIDN 

"ENSON. N.C. 

TINY TOADS INVADE 2ENS0N AFTER RAINS CREATE SKAHP 

"(ENTONVILLE STATE HISTORIC SITE 

SEE ALSO The battle OF bentonvillE 
civu -AR CAMP re-enacted 

"ERlIN -all 

SEE ALSO Ea<;T GER-ant 
SEE ALSn WC'LO U4R II 

20 YEARS OF STIFLING FRgEOO" 

BERTIE COUNTY, -..C. 

BERTIE SCHOOLS apoqInTneNT BRINGS PROTEST 

2 PFCPLE ASF SLAIN IN BERTIE 

BERTIE COUNTY: mmFRE TmE DEER AND THE DEMOCRATS play 

BEST LITTLE UHOREnnuSE IN TEXAS IPLAyi 

BETSY FRIDAY: SHE'S DANCING IN » MIT "USICaL ON BROADWAY 

BETA BLOCKERS 

SEE ALSn DRUGS 

OLO ORuG GETS NEW USE 

CLASS OF DRUGS SAID PROMISING IN PREVENTION OF HEART ATTACKS 

°ETa CLUB 

SEE OURMA" HIGH SCHOOL BETA CLUB 

BETA SIGMA PHI 

BETA SIGMA PHI WEEK 

"ETh-EL SYNAGOGUE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MAOASSAM 
SEE ALSn HANUKKAH 
SEE ALS'l JE-iS 

SEE ALSO JUOEA REFORH CONGREGATION 
SALE ITEM 

= ETh4.ny UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

BETHANY COLLECTS CLOTHING GIFTS 

=ET-FS1A ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
SOFTBALL Champs 

"EThESDA athletic association BaSE'^all TEAMS 
SEE ALS3 BASEBALL 
COUNTY Champs 
BEThESDa Champs 
BEIHESOA BULLS 

BETmESOA athletic association SOFTBALL TEAMS 
SEE ALSn SOFIfALL 
BETmESOA Champs 

bethesoa baptist Church 

'jolly' club no misnomer 

bethesda bombeps (softball team! 

SEE 5ETHES0A aThlETIC ASSOCIATION SOFTBALL TEAMS 

REThESDA elementary school 
observing may day 
just a few mqse days 

=ET-fSnA FIRE GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM 

SEE BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SOFTBALL TEAMS 

BEThFSDA LITTLE LEIGUE IBASEBALLI 

SEE BFThESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASEBALL TEAMS 

=ETh£SOa volunteer FIRE 06PT. 

FIRF DEPARTMENTS REQUEST TAX INCREASES 

LIBRARY. FIRE DEPARTMENTS TELL COUNTY BUDGET NEEDS 

CAUSE OF EXPLOSION BEING INVESTIGATED 

FUMES FROM MUFFLER SEND FIVE TO HOSPITAL 

hElls angelS' CLUB Burns 

FIRE DEPARTMENTS Plan RTP STATIONS 

BETRAYAL (PLITI 

'Betrayal:' iT'S rigmT for auOIENCE. DIRECTOR 
•BETRAYAL" WON'T BETRAY AUDIENCE 

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO Businesses, ourhah 
SEE ALSO Businesses, small 

SEE ALSn Char ITIES 

ARBITRATION IN TRIANGLE 

AUTCLINE MiY HELP CAR. TRUCK OWNERS 

STATE OFFICIALS CAUTION AGAINST BUSINESS FRAuOS 

BETTER HEALTH OF DURHAM 

SEE FOUNDATION FOR BETTER HEALTH OF DURHAM 

BEVERLY APARTmcnTS 

SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 

MOW TIMES an CHANCE: 1ST APARTMENT BUILT IN 1<)13 

BIBLE 

SEE ALSO PEL ICION 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. N.C RELIGION 

"ORAL MAJORITY FINDS SHOE ON OTHER FOOT 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: HCW'S THAT AGAIN? 
'ABSOLUTE TRUTH ETERNAL- 
GOSPEL Tale MADE LIVE BY BOOTH PERFORMANCE 
CONSERVATIVE SCHOLARS QUESTION MOSES' AUTHORSHIP OF PENTATEUCH 

BIBLICAL RFCOROER 

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•RIPLICAL RECOBneR- e 1 1 1 OS PLANS TO RETIRE NEXT YEAR 
GRANT SArS HE OION'T SKIRT CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES 

BICENTENNIAL 

SEE ALSn '..C OUAOO ICENTENNIAL 
THE ZOO-TEAR-OLCI FRIENDSHIP 

BICYCLE LANES 

Sft ALSO BICyClFS 

SEE ALSO CAORIJoOi N.C., BICYCLE ROUTES 

TRAFFIC PR0»LEMS GET ATTENTION 

BIKE LANE IN CARRBORO IS OPENED 

CARRbORO BIKE LANE IS OPENED 

BIKEPATH BIDS MI&hER than PROJECT'S OUDCET 

BIKE PATH BIOS APPROVED 

HUIRHEAD GETS BID 

BICYCLE LAMS 

SEE ALSO BICYCLISTS. TRAFFIC LAWS 
BICYCLISTS ERR, TOO 

BICYCLE SAFETY 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 

FUN ON WHEELS. . . FOR SAFETY'S SAKE 
TARWHEELS - CAMARADERIE TRIANGLE CYCLISTS 
BIKE-SAFETY AID GIVEN 
SAFETY IS A i-hAY STREET 
BICYCLISTS ERR. TOO 

BICYCLE TRANSIT AUTHORITY 

THO CHURCHES REPORT BREAK-INS 
BIKE TOUR MAPS OF TRIANGLE 

BICYCLE TRIPS 

SFE ALSO BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO N.C. BICYCLE TOURING SOCIETY 
FREE "APS TO SEE THE STATE BY BIKE 
TOURING SOCIETY OFFERS PLANNED BIKE TRIPS 
ADVENTUROUS N.C. CYCLISTS CAN TOUP IN CANADA 
TAKES A BREAK 
BIKE TOUR HAPS OF TRIANGLE 

BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE LANES 
SEE ALSO BICYCLE TRIPS 

EVENING RIDER 

PEDALING PAST THE SPEED LIMIT 

BADGE ON A BIKE: lO-SPEED EXPERIMENT CALLED A SUCCESS 

BADGE-ON-A-BIKE PLAN A REFRESHING APPROACH 

BICYCLISTS. TRAFFIC LAWS 
SFE ALSO BICYCLE LAWS 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 

SAFETY IS A 2-wAY STREET 

BICYCLISTS ERR. TOO 



BID-RIGGING 

SEE PRICE FIXING 

BIG BEAUTIFUL WOMAN (MAGAZINE! 
SEE ALSO OBESITY 

LARGE-SIZED: MODEL IS RIDING WAVE OF FASHION REVOLUTION 

BIG FOUR ALUMNI BASKETBALL BONANZA 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 

ROSTERS FOR blG FOUR EVENT NUMBER APPROXIMATELY 125 
NCAA LOOKS INTO POSSIBLE IVY LEAGUE VIOLATIONS 
OUKE alumni trio DIRECTS TRIUMPH 

"IG SIX CONFERENCE. BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS. BASKETBALL I5EE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL 

THE BIG six: CHAPEL HILL FAVORED AGAIN. BUT. . . 

CHAPEL HILL'S PROWESS DOMINATES THE BIG SIX 

BIG SIX CONFERENCE. FOOTBALL 
PRESEASON PREP PICKS 
HENDERSON VANCE BIG SIX PICK 

HEAVY LOSSES TO GRADUATION SET KNIGHTS BACK 
SIZE, EXPERIENCE BULLDOG PLU5SES 
HORNETS' BEVY OF BACKS RIDING THE WISHBONE 

ALL-CONFERENCE RB'S JACOBS, PUHEFOY LEAD CHAPEL HILL'S BALANCE 
VANCE STRE.'jGIh in defense 
PERSON LaCkIN'. SIZE, EXPERIENCE 

WILLIAMS, SNOW. EATON TAKE PLAYERS' AWARDS IN BIG SIX 
DURHAM'S ALL-STARS 

BIG STAR FOOD STORE (NORThGaTE SHOPPING CENTER! 
3 SUPERMARKETS TARGET OF PROTEST 

BIG STAR FOOD STORE (RIVERVIEw SHOPPING CENTER) 
GUNMEN ROB MANAGER AT HOME 

BIG STAR FOOD STORES (GENERAL HEAOINGI 
STORE HIKES PRICE OF I MILK BRAND 

BIGAMY 

SEE ALSO "abrIaCES, U.S. 

GREENSBORO WOMAN SUES CHURCH FOR 'MENTAL ANGUISH' 

BIGOTRY 

BIGOTRY, AMERICAN-STYLE 

BIL INGUAl EDUCATION 

SEE FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

SEE SCHOOLS. U.S.. CURRICULUM 

BILL COLLECTIuN AGENCIES 
SEE COLLECTION AGENCIES 

BILL OF RIGHTS DAY 

SILL OF RIGHTS DAY 

BILLBOARDS 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO SIGNS AND SYMBOLS 

CITY COUNCIL TO GET BUDGET ON MAY 18 

BILLBOARDS ADDED IN HUNT FOR NURSES 

PASSING PARADE 

DIFFERENT KINO OF GRADUATION GIFT 

BILLBOARD POLICY WILL MAR SCENERY, GROUP CONTENDS 

SILLIAOOS 

SEE ALSO GAMES 

FORMER BILLIARD CHAMP STILL SEEKS COMPETITION 
RIGHT HERE IN RIVER CITY! 

BILLY BEER 



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S 2 11/20/91 



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S 2 5/11/81 C 1 N 

H 2 7/05/81 A 7 N 

H 2 3/23/81 A 16 N 

H 2 9/30/81 A 4 E 



H 2 12/15/81 A 



H 2 5/07/ai All N 

H 2 5/07/81 All N 

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SEE ALSO BEER 

F«0» BILLY BEER TO MAUREEN JELLY BEANS CCARTOONI 

"ILLY GRAHAM evANGfLISriC ASSOCIATTaN 
GOAHA" "INlSrOY AS"S «0S EUNOS 
GRAHAM MINISTRY INCOME UP 

FINANCIAL PRESSURES INCREASING FOR EVANGELICAL ORGANIZATIONS 
graham; FUNOS PICK UP 

'IM9E FESTIVAL IOUOHAM AFRICAN FESriVALI 
aiMBE FESTIVAL 

BINGO 

SEE ALSO GAMaLING 
SEE Aisn GAMES 

BINGO AND RAFFLES LA. 



DATE 
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7/a<./81 
3/16/81 
3/31/81 
9/l'?/31 



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10 



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'IOlOGICAL ..ARFARE 

SEE ALSO Chemical .asFaRE 
i<Ha IS That maskEO man? 
CLOTHING DESIGNED TO BLOCK NERVE GAS 

BIOLOGY 

•DIVEST BIOLOGY OF SENTIMENTALITY' 

BIOMEDICAL REFERENCE LABORATORIES OF auRLlNGTON 
auRllNGTON-BASEO LABORATORY EXPANDS 
BIOMEDICAL BUYS FLORIDA LAB 

BIORHyThmS 

biormytmmic UPS MEAN YANKS Should oohn dodgers 

BinTECHNOLOGY 

SEE ALSO ONA research 

see also GENETIC research 

SEE ALSO N.C. alOTtCHNOLOGY CEMTER 

BIOTECMNOLOGY OuE BOOST FROM STATE 

N.C. PIOTEChnOLOGY center to OPEN AT RTF, HUNT 

PLANNING FOR THE FuTuRE 

BIOTECH CENTER BORN IN TRIANGLE 

=IRO FFEOERS 

FEEDING BIRDS: 



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8/28/31 A 



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PIRD*; 

SEE ALSO COuaiROS 

SEE ALSO RhEAS 

SEE ALSO ROBINS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N .C .-C HARLOTTE CAROLINA RAPTOR REHABILITATION L RESEARCH CENTER 

SEE ALSn WOODPECKERS 

SEE ALSO uRENS 

CLEANUP EFFORT SAVES 2 OF 

' '" '" "AMMERlNG IKtt hKUb^/ 

s 



Lt'NUH tl-FUKI SAVtS 2 UF 25 OIL-SQAKEO L 00 N S 
_MAT no rOu SAY TO YAMMERING TREE FROGS? 
FEEDING The alROS 
THESE BIRDS AREN'T PETS 
ROUND ROBIN 

RARE BIRD DIES IN PET STORE FIRE 
FLEDGLINGS TEST THEIR WINGS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH The HIGHER EDUCATION SET 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT TH£ MAILMAN BROUGHT 
BIRDS HIT .INOOwS OF ASmE^'.ORQ STORES 
TAKE FIVE, FELLAS 

N.C. FARMER'S BIROS ARE Rhea-LLY EXOTIC 
BUNDLE UP TO TRACK THE BIRDS 



BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: 
FOLKS AROUNO MERE: 



SIGN OF THE TIMES 
WITH THE FOURTH ESTATE 



BIRTH CERTIFICATES 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: LIFE'S LIKE THAT 
".7 YEARS WITH THE COUNTY 

BIRTH Choice 

THEY AID WOMEN WITH UNWANTED PREGNANCIES 
PRC-LIFE GROUP NEEDS HELPERS 

BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO ABORTION 

SEE ALSO BIRTHS. ILLEGITIMATE 

SEE ALSO Childbirth 

SEE ALSO Childless couples 

SEE ALSO CHINA, BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO ESTROGEN 

SEE ALSO FERTILITY 

SEE ALSn PLANNED PARENTHOOD 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

RESPONSIBILITY REDUCES THE NEED FOR ABORTIONS 

BABY BQCM IN BANGLAOESh 

PREGNANT TEENS PROGRAM'S FOCUS 

HUMAN LIFE BILL A SAD COMMENT ON VALUES 

PAVILION OFFERS COUNSELING AND ABORTION 

THEY AID WOMEN WITH UNWANTED PREGNANCIES 

NETWORK OF PEOPLE WILL HELP TEENAGER COPE WITH PkEGNANCY 

PITUITARY STUDY MAY YIELD SAFER CONTRACEPTIVES 

PITUITARY GLAND RESEARCH AT OUKE MAY YIELD MALE CONTRACEPTIVE CLUE 

BIRTH CONTROL, malF 

CHINESE SCIENTISTS WORK TO DEVELOP A SAFE 3IKTH CONTROL PILL FOP MEN 

BIRTH CONTROL PILLS 

TFSTS MAY IDENTIFY WOMEN WHO TAKE RISK USING PILL 
OUKE TEST MAY HELP SOLVE PILL PROBLEMS 

BIRTH DEFECTS 

SEE ALSO FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME 
SEE ALSO GENETIC COUNSELING 
SEE ALSO MARCH TF DIMES 
SEE ALSO PREGNA-jCy 

U'lUSUAL DEFECT HITS FAMILY'S 2 HO ChILO 

BA3Y 'STABLE', OuKE REPORTS 

FIGHTING FOP breiTh: INFANT FOUND HELP IN OUKE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT 

flIRTn DEFECT TESTING NOW AVAILABLE 

STUDY FINOS ALLERGY AMONG LEAF WORKERS 

HELPING a«alES IS GOAL OF FOUNDATION AT UNC 

FETAL-ALCOHOL RISK PINPOINTED 

8IRTH OF A NATION 1 FILMI 

N.C. MAN WROTE EARLY SCREEN EPIC 

BIRTHDAYS 

TWO 1D8-YFAR-0LD WOMEN CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS SATURDAY 
OFF TO FlOSIJA 

BIRTHS. ILLEGITIMATE 
SEE ALSO ABORTION 



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see ALSn BIRTH CONTROL 
SEE ALSO CMlLnalRTM 
SEE ALSO ChILOlESS COUPLES 
SEE ALSO PLA>4NE0 PARENTHOOD 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

COUNTY EUUCATING TEENS ON GROWING PROBLEM 

COURT SAYS r.IBL CAN KEEP NAME 

AGENCY PROVIDES HELP FOP YOUNG PARENTS 

ILLEGITIMATE BIRTHS INCREASE REPORTED 

POOGRAM MAY SLOW ILLEGITI'IaTE BIRTHS 

OUR PREGNANT TEENS 57 OF 1.000 FEMALES 

PROGRAM LOWERING REPEAT PREGNANCIES 

BIT ING 

MOORE GETS 15 YEARS 

BLACK CMILO OEVELOPMENT INS T I TUTE .^DURHAM CHAP TER 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL BLACK CHILD DEVELOPMENT WEEK 
CMARIERING CEREMONY 

BLACK COLLEGES 

SEE ALSO ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIV. 
SEE ALSO FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIV. 
SEE ALSO UNIV. Of N.C.. DESEGREGATION 

NCCU STUDENTS TOLD BLACK SCHOOLS VALUABLE 

"LACK COLLEGES. N.C. 

BLACK COLLEGES SUCCESSFUL 

UNC CONSENT 3FCREE CITED 

FACULTY DEG»EF RULE CREATES UNCERTAINTY 

UPGRAIING OF FACULTIES AN IMPORTANT BEGINNING 

TENURED PROFESSORS ARE NOT IN 'ROUBLE 

5 BLACK SCHOOLS BELOW NURSING EXAM MANDATE ,, ,, , , , .,,,, 

IMPROVED SCORES ON NURSES' EXAM SPARK HOPE OF OFFICIALS AT NCCU 

UNC BOARD TO DETERMINE NURSING-EXAM ACTION SOON 

WHITES SCORED HIGHER ON TEST 

MARCH IS HELD TO SUPPORT BLACK SCHOOLS 

RUFFIN CHALLENGES NCCU STUDENTS 

BLACK COLLEGFS. N.C, DESEGREGATION , „ ,, ,,^, 

CIVIL RIGHTS peSoRT URGES FIRMER STANCE ON COLLEGES 

PLACK COLLEGES. U.S. 

BLACK COLLEGES SUCCESSFUL 

BLACK CONGRESSIONAL CAUCUS 

SEE CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS 

9LACK-EYE0 PEAS 
SFE ALSO FOOD 
SEE ALSO NEW YEAR'S DAY 

NEW YEAR'S FEASTS: GOOD-LUCK FOTDS TOP MENUS 

BLACK HISTORY 

SEE ALSO SALUTE TO BLACK CULTURAL ARTS 

SEE ALSO SLAVERY 

THEY DESERVE THANKS 

NCCU dean: COLLECTIONS INADEQUATE 

MINISTER RAISED FUNDS FOR COLLEGE 

AUTHOR: CARVER'S WORK UNDERRATED 

BLACK INDUSTRIES. INC. 

BLACK INDUSTRIES REPORTS DECLINE 
BLACK INDUSTRIES' NET EARNINGS OIP 
DURHAM FIRM SHOWS PROFITS DOWN IN l'>8l 

BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

SEE N.C. BLACK DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS OF VANCE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO VANCE COUNTY, N.C. 

VANCE BLACK CAUCUS BACKS ELECTION SYSTEM 
SPEAKERS FAVOR FLECTION CHANGE 

PLACK MUSLIMS 

MORE THAN RELIGIOUS 

THE BLACK MUSLIMS HAVE CHANGED 

■ILACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CHAIN 
R.J. RtYNOLOS BACKS MINORITY ENTREPRENEURS 
PAROISH STRFET CALLED 'BLACK WALL STREET' 
CITY PANEL DELAYS VOTE ON CONTRACT 
NEW COUNCIL TO STUDY HAYTI REDEVELOPMENT 
HUD SLIP RAISES ISSUE OF RELOCATION CONTRACT 

BLACK-OWNED LAND 

BLACK LANDOWNERS DISAPPEARING 

LAND Ownership by n.c. blacks has decreased 

BLACK LANDGWNERSHIP DROPS IN N.C. 

rlatk panthfr^ 

RALLY OPPOSING FBI RECRUITERS STAGED AT UNC 

BLACK PRIDE UNLIMITED 

DURHAM MAN RECRUITS bLACKS FOR NEW SOVEREIGN STATE IN AFRICA 

BLACK STUDENT ALLIANCE OF DUKE UNIV. 

BLACK SOLIDARITY DAY SET MONDAY AT DUKE UNIVERSITY 
BLACK SOLIDARITY DAY SCHEDULED 

BLACK VOICES INC. 

FOUR APPLICANTS SEEK DURHAM LOW-POWER TV STATIONS 
THERE'S CONTROVERSY ALREADY 

BLACK WALL STREET 

PARRISM STREET CALLED 'BLACK WALL STREET- 
BLACK WALNUTS 

SEE ALSO NUTS 

BLACK WALNUTS ARE FEATURED AT BAZAAR 

BLACKLISTS 

SEE BOYCOTTS 

BLACKMAIL 

SEE EXTORTION 

BLACKOUTS 

SEE POWER FAILURES 

BLACKS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C RACE RELATIONS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY CQUNCILt BLACK MEMBERS 



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H 2 5/05/81 A 



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H 2 7/05/81 A 7 

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H 2 12/26/81 A 12 



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2 12/01/81 A 3 



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11/07/81 A 

11/20/81 C 

11/20/81 C 

12/12/81 B 



5 N 

1 F S83 

7 N S51 

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H 2 7/30/81 C 10 
H 2 8/08/81 A 12 
S 2 a/08/ai A 20 



H 2 9/2'i/81 B 1 
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H 2 10/29/81 A 19 
S 2 10/29/ai A 12 



M 2 5/0<,/8l A 1 
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Stt ALSn $«LUTe TO BLAC" CULIUaAL »"TS 

The 5fe-5»« rruTs in oubham politics 
oenncBATs SPROuriNC ulive b»anch fo» slacks 

RALPH HUNT PLANS TO RUN FOR 3R TER"^ 

PUT COMMUNITY FIRST 

COUNTY PANELS' LACK OF BLACKS RAPPED 

BLACKS Shut out 

OEMOCOATIC DIVISION OVERJOYS E AC T I ON AR I E S 

ELECTION BO'Rn REPLACEMENTS NAMED 

DURHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY (CARTOON! 

PARENTS ASKING OUESTIONS ABOUT EDUCATION QUALITY 

CnuNCILMAN RAPS RELATIONS PANEL 

COUNCIL OUT OF LINE 

SCHOOL, COMMITTEE OFFICIALS RAP EDITORIAL 

SCHOOL OUESTIONS MUST HAVE HIT NERVE 

THEY DESERVE THANKS 

RETIRING POLICEMEN 

CIVIC CLUBS URGED TO CONFRONT SERIOUS PROBLEMS 

LOvETT: CITY NEEDS STRONG LEADERSHIP 

MARY -EBANE LOOKED AT LIFE AND RECORDED ALL THE DETAILS 

BISHOP CALLS FOR END TO MYTHS THAT PACIFY 

AN UPBEAT MESSAGE 

BOTH VIEWS NEEDED 

LOvETT says outlook IMPROVED FOR DURHAM'S BLACK RESIDENTS 

LOvETT Says ECONOMIC OUTLOOK FOR DURHAM BLACKS IMPROVED 

KHAT'S WRONG WITH A BLACK SANTA CLAUS? 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EDITORIAL APPALLING 

BLACKS. EMPLOYMENT 

SEE EMPLOYMENT, BLACKS 
SEE JOB TRAINING 

BLACKS, MILITARY 

SEE ALSO MILITlor, INTEGRATION 

FIVE FORT 3RAGG CIVILIAN WORKERS FILE SUIT AGAINST AKMY 

"LACKS, MINISTERS 

SEE MINISTERS, BLACK 

SLACKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BLACK COLLEGES 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO N.C. BLACK DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

LA. E«A- RULES TEOMEO UNFAIR 

BLACKS WONJER IF RIGHTS WILL FXPIRE WITH ACT 

APPOINTMENT ANGERS BLACKS IN HARNETT 

SLAVE'S SON ROSE TO PROMINENCE 

THOBPF CLIMBS TO THE TOP 

BLACKS URGED TO SUPPORT NEW PARTY 

ASSEMBLY RE1ISTR ICTING PLANS ATTACKED AS UNFAIR TO BLACKS 

R=DISTR1CTING PLANS WILL HOLD UP DESPITE LAWSUIT, LEGISLATORS SAY 

NaaCP OFFICIAL URGES BLACKS TO BE VIGILANT 

A KILLING AND BLACK ANGER 

OUkE plans aging TALKS FOR BLACKS 

WORKSHOPS ON RETIREMENT, AGING SET 

UNC BIAS SUIT GOING TO TRIAL 

aCACK GROUPS STEPPING UP POLITICAL EFFORT 

BLACKS, N.C HEART OISEASE 
SEE ALSO HEART OISEASS 

STATE PLANS TO START HYPERTENSION PROGRAM IN DURHAM 

BLACKS, POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COMMITTEE ON THE AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BLACK MAYORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BLACK DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

SEE ALSO SOUTH ORANGE BLACK CAUCUS 

COUNTY PANELS' LACK OF BLACKS RAPPED 

MICHAUX IS PLEASED BY NEW <,TH DISTRICT 

S1CI0LQC1ST5: PLAN COULD DOUBLE BLACKS IN HOUSE 

BLACK CROUPS STEPPING UP POLITICAL EFFORT 

HENDERSON COUNCIL GETS FIRST ELECTED BLACK MEMBER 

BLACKS, TEACHERS 

SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C. 

WHEN SHE WAS ONLY U SHE WAS ALREADY TEACHER 

»LAC«S, U.S. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. N.C. 

SFE ALSO NATIONAL BLACK CHILD DEVELOPMENT WEEK 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL BLACK INDEPENDENT POLITICAL PARTY 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN 

SFE ALSO UNEMPLOYMENT, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, POLITICIANS 

BLACKS WOULD GAIN IN IMPROVED ECONOMY 

MB. REaGan Showed CONSTANCY IN SPEECH 

BLACKS RETURNING TO SOUTH AS JOSS BECOME AVAILABLE 

LIMITING FREEDOM 

THE NAACP DOESN'T SPEAK FOR ALL BLACKS 

HANGING ON TO LORD AND LAND 

BLACK GROUPS STEPPING UP POLITICAL EFFORT 

BLACKS, U.S., MIGRATION 

SEE ALSO POPULATION, U.S. 

BLACKS RETURNING TO SOUTH AS JOBS BECOME AVAILABLE 

BLACKSMITHS 

MODERN-DAY BLACKSMITHS WORK WITH 



TOOLS OF THE PAST 



BLADEN COUNTY, N.C. 

JUDGE ORDERS FIVE MEN RELEASED IN DRUG CASE 
auICK ACTION WAS THE KEY 

BLAIR HOUSE (RESTAURANTI 

RESTAURANT MANAGER FACES SUIT 
SUIT CLAIMS RESTAURANT MISMANAGED 

BLIND 

SEE ALSO BRAILLE 

SEE ALSO CATARACTS 

SEE ALSO LION'S CIUB INDUSTRIES 

SEE ALSO NEGR" PRAILLE MAGAZINE 

MAINSTRFAMING' ASK THIS GRAO 

MISPLACING The blame 

THOUGH ELINO, THEY SKIED 

NOTED TEACHER OF BLIND IS DEAD 

BLINDNESS DOESN'T STOP COOK AT Camp kanaIa 

BLINDNESS DOESN'T STOP MAN FROM PARACHUTING 

WORKSHOP SET FOR PARENTS OF SI GHT- I MP A I RED CHILDREN 

BLIND ecu STUDENT AIDS BRAILLE COMPUTER WORK 

FAMILY AFFAIR: COACH SHARES BLINDNESS. BRIGHT OUTLOOK WITH BROTHER 

BURNED HOME REBUILT 

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BLOOD DRIVES UNDER MAY IN N.C. 

0-N60ATIV6 BLOOD NEEDED 

UNC BLOOD CENTER GETS t2 .1 MILLION STUDY GRANT 

"'■°°°TESTpMAY IDENTIFY WOMEN WHO TAKE RISK USING PILL 
DUKE TEST MAY HELP SOLVE PILL PROBLEMS 

BLOOD DONORS 

SEE ALSO BLOOOMOBILE 
SIDE BENEFIT 

BLOOD PRESSURE 

SEE ALSO HYPERTENSION 

CUTTING SALT INTAKE WILL LOWER BLOOD PRESSURE 

BLOOO PRESSURE SCREENING CLINIC 
BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS 

1L00D TESTS 

SEE ALSO BREATHALYZER TEST 
SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 
SEE ALSO RECKLESS DRIVING 
BLOOO TESTS NOT REQUIRED 

"LOOn VESSELS 

GLuE REPAIRS PLOOO VESSELS 

DUKf PIONEERS TECHNIQUE TO ATTACK BRAIN ARTERY LESIONS 

?L001M0BILE 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN RED CROSS 
SEE ALSO BLOJD DONORS 

RED CROSS GIVES AWARD TO DURHAM aLOOD"OBILE 
BLOODMOPILE to visit gftOAOWAY 
BIODDMOBILE TO VISIT ROXBORO 

BLOQMSPURY GROUP Of ENGLISH WRITERS 

VIRGINIA WOHLF AND HER BLOOMSBURY FRIENDS SCHEDULED FOR LIBRARY VISIT 

BLOW OUT IFILMI 

•BLOW UP- aLOWS ITS CREDIBILITY 

BLOWING ROCK, N.C. 

DRINKS DEFEATED IN BLOWING ROCK 

BLOWING ROCK, N.C, L I OUOR-BY-ThE -OR INK 
DRINKS DEFEATED IN BLOWING ROCK 

BLUE AND GRAY FOOTBALL GAME 

BLUf-CRAY OFFENSIVE DISPLAY? 

ACC STARS DOT SOUTH'S BLUE-GRAY LINEUP 

Blue bell MANUFACTURING, INC. 

TEXAS FIRM SEFKS STOCK OF BLUE BELL 

BLUE CROSS L BLUE SHIELD OF N.C. 
BLUE CROSS CONDUCTS WORKSHOP 

38 TRAINED TO INTERPRET HEALTH CARE BENEFITS 
JONES HEADS MED STAFF 

EUGENE CRAWFORD, PIONEER IN BLUE CROSS, DIES AT AGE 82 
STATE'S BLUE CROSS PLAN FIRST TO COMPUTERIZE CLAIMS WORK 
HOSPITAL MAY BE LIABLE FOR REPAYMENTS 
EUGENE B. CRAWFORD 
OUTPATIENT SURGERY ON INCREASE 

STATE WORKERS INSURANCE PAYMENTS TO INCREASE 
CHANGES MAY CAUSE LOWER INSURANCE USE 
TRIANGLE MAY GET OPTION OF PREPAID HEALTH PLAN 
HEALTH BOOKLET MAY HELP YOU GET IN SHAPE 

INGRAM MAY RULE NFXT WEEK ON PREPAID GROUP HEALTH PLAN 
NEW HEALTH CARE PLAN RECEIVES STATE APPROVAL 
PREPAID HEALTH PLAN APPROVED 
BLUE CROSS REFUSES CLAIM 

DOCTOR SUPPLY SHOULD HELP HEALTH PLAN WORK 
BLUE CROSS NAtES GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS DIRECTOR 
CONSULTANT BACKS NEW INSURANCE PLAN 
LETTER INACCURATELY PORTRAYED BLUE CROSS 
NEW INSURANCE PLAN URGED FOR STATE WORKERS, TEACHERS 
FIRMS VIE FOR FITNESS AWARD 
SAVING MONEY "AKES SENSE 
CRAFTS WINNERS 

CRAFTSMEN DRAW CROWD AT WHATCHAOO SHOW 
BLUE CROSS SUED FOR COST OF SEX-CHANGE OPERATION 
CRANFORO TO SPEAK ON 'CITY OF MEDICINE* 
STATE MULLING PLAN OF ' SEL F- IN SUR ANCE • 
NON-CROUP HEALTH CARE RATES TO INCREASE 

BLUE CROSS t BLUE SHIELD OF N.C, EMPLOYEES 
EMPLOYEES GET EXERCISE ON THE JOB 

BLUE JEANS 

JEANS ARE FOR THE MALNOURISHED 

BLUE LAWS 

CUMPERLAND "AY EASE BLUE LAWS 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

BLUE MOLD 

SEE ALSO MOLD 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, DISEASES 

WARNING ON FUNGICIDE USE IS ISSUED BY FIRM 

BURLEY OUTLOOK BRIGHT 

GRANVILLE WILT HURTS N.C. TOBACCO GROWERS 

»61 MILLION LOST TO TOBACCO DISEASES 

BLUE RIBBON STUDY CO»MITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION NEEDS AND FINANCING 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAYS, N.C 

'BLUE RIBBON- ROADS GROUP • I RH E SPONS 1 BLE • 

i20 MILLION IN SAVINGS CALLED 'PHANTOM' IN HUNT ROAD PLAN 

BLUE RIBBON TENNIS CLUB 
SEE ALSO TENNIS 

A POOR TENNIS TOURNAMENT 

BLUE RIDGE COON CLUB 

SALUDA SALUTES COON DOGS WITH PARADES AND CONTESTS 

BLUE RIDGE ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORP. 

N.C WINDMILL TO BE SHUT DOWN FOR WINTER, 
UTILITY MAY PURCHASE WINDMILL 

BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS 



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PACE «8 
1/10/92 



CMtao«£fs -"AY le»se land to 



«LUE RIDGE P*RK-«r 

BUTIESFLIES FLUTTER THROUGH N. C 



ASTE DISPOSAL fIR-t 
MQLJNTaIUS 



"LUESTONF SuPDIVISION (DURHAM COUNTYI 
REiOMNC OF 202 ACRES OK • 
INDUSTRIAL PARK SITE ON N.C. 55 iETS NEH ZONE 

^L'THE InOMSIRIES INC. 

1. N.C. FIRMS REINSTATED TD VIRGINIA BIDDING LIST 



"OASn TF CHARITIES AND PUBLIC 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY DBPT. OF 



BOARDING HOUSES 

SEE HOTELS. DURHAM 



MELFARE 

SOCIAL SERVICES 



BTaTS 
DRQhNING. N.C. 



IOaT safety 

see also accidents 

SEE ALSn ACCIDENTS 
SEE ALSO SAFETY 

RED CROSS SCHOOLS OFFERED 

BOATS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. BOATS 

SEE ALSO CANOES 

SEE ALSO KAYiUS 

SEE ALSO Sailboats 
SEE ALSO Ships 

bpat shom. crafts festival scheduled This -EEKcNO 

ouhe marine lab to '■.et new trinler 

DURHAM WOMAN'S yaChT missing 

BOB HOLLIOAY CROSS COUNTRY CHALLENGE 
SEE ALSn CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNING 
SEE ALSO LONG-31 STANCE RUNNING 
THE CHALLENGE OF IT ALL 

FRUSTRATING SUSPENSE 

BODY LANGUAGE 

SEE ALSO LANGUAGE 

HE SAYS LOOK FOR NON-VERBAL CLUES WITH TALK 

BOEING CRuISf MISSILE 
SEE ALSO MISSILES 

DANIEL: MISSILE MUST BE OEVELOPED 

COLfiNELt CRUISE MISSILE TOO SMART TO BE FOOLED 

BOILERS 

OVERHEATED BOILER CLOSES JUNIOR HIGH 

aOLSHOI BALLET 

SEE ALSO BALLET 
SCRAP IRONY 

BOMB THREATS 

GOVERNMENT BRIEFS DETAIL ALLEGED NAZI BOMB PLOT 
TRACTOR STOLEN 

OFFICIAL Evacuates store 

POLICE NAB MAN IN ROBBERY 

CAR BREAK-INS SPARK POLICE INVESTIGATION 

4 GRAB HILLSmE STUDENT'S NECKLACE 

REBOARDING JET AT SOU 

JET IS DIVERTED TO ROU AIRPORT 

BOMB Threat sparks PLANE SEARCH AT ROU 

STORE MANAGER REPORTS BOMB THREAT 

POMBFRS 

SEE AIRCRAFT, 



BOMBERS 



"OMBING ATTEMPTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TERROKISM 

TAPE: "WE -AS FIxIN' TO BOMB GREENSBORO' 

SECURITY TIGHT FQR NAZIS' TRIAL 

JUDGE WON'T DELAY NAZIS' TRIAL 

TRIAL OF (, NAZIS BEGINS MONDAY 

JURY SELECTED TO TRY 6 NAZIS ON CONSPIRACY CHARGES 

NAZI TRIAL TESTIMONY BEGINS 

AGENT SAYS NAZI DESCRIBED BOMB PLANS 

PROSECUTION RESTS IN NAZIS' TRIAL 

DEFENSE RESTS IN NAZIS' TRIAL 

DELIBERATIONS TO RESUME TODAY IN NAZIS' TRIAL 

JUDGE DECLARES mjstrIAL IN GREENSEG'J CONSPIRACY CASE 

<> NAZIS TO BE TR lED SEPT. 7 

t, NAZIS FACE RETRIAL IN AShEVILLE 

JURY IS Sworn in for retrial of t on conspiracy charges 

JURY hears TAPES OF bOMP discussion 

JURY HEARS Tape of NAZI CLAIMING TO HAVE SOURCE IN U.S. AGENCY 

DEFENDANT SAYS AGENT SCARED HER 

SIX NAZIS FOUND guilty; 3 GET PRISON SENTENCES 



BOMBINGS 
N.C. 



DELEGATION ESCAPES INJURY 



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BOND COMMITTEE 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES 

BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 

SEE ALSO Cancer 

HEAR TwaRMI NG 

TAR HEEL GUL GETS MARROW TRANSPLANT 

TRANSPLANT SHOWS SIGNS OF SUCCESS 

BOOK-BANNING 

SEE CENSORSHIP 

BOOK BURNING 

SEE ALSO CENSORSHIP 

SEE ALSO RECORD BURNING ImuSICI 

Christian school burns records 
»oo< publishers 

S=£ PUBLISHERS 

"DDK Thefts 

SEE LIBRaR IES. 



t POLLUTION CONTROL FINANCING AUTHORITY 



5/01/81 
8/07/81 
8/12/81 



BOOKBINDING 

BOOKBINDER: 



BOOKER CREEK APARTMENTS 
SEE ALSO Chapel hIlL, n 

APARTMENT Owners Sued 



U.S., vandalism and Theft 

SHE'S 'STUBBORNLY INDIVIDUALISTIC 
C, APARTMENTS 



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MOHTHLV/* 



T»l«NGLf COXMUNITIESt LAW FIRM UHtiD IN SUIT 

eoCKSf DURHAM 

SEE ALSO REVIEuS. BOOKS 
SEE ALSO yRITEfiS, DURHAM 

MARY MEBANE LnOKEO AT LIEE AND RECORDED ALL THE DETAILS 

ROOTS. WARTS. ROSES: ST. LUKE'S CHURCH HISTORY TAKES STOCK Of ALL THREE 

DR. BYRON COLE HANTS TO HELP PEOPLE COPE 

BOOKS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. PRESS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BOOK CLUB 

SEE ALSO N.C. LITERARY AND HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO Publishers 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS. BOOKS 
SEE ALSn WRITERS. N.C. 

n.c. book club expands service 

the rewards of rogues 

the literary lantern 

tar heel publishers became 'reverse c ar pe tb auce" s ' 

he always wanten to see other side of the mountain 

playgroup: preschoolers learn in home setting 

applewhite. price. luodingtdn win awards 

pointers on ecclesiastical needlepoint 

Christmas shopping season brings to mind n.c. book club selections 
one was a social worker. one was a politician, one a volunteer 

oCCi^S, REVIEWS 

SEE REVIEWS. BOOKS 

'Of'KS. U.S.. BESTSELLERS 

MANY ROADS TO SUCCESS 

BOONE. N.C. 

SMALL EARTHQUAKE FELT IN NORTHWESTERN N.C. 
BOONE MAY REVISE ORDINANCE OVER FLAG 
HE CAN KEEP FLAG FLYING 
BLAST TO BE INVESTIGATED 
BLAST ROCKS BOONE MALL 

BOONE RUNS Short of water 

BOOTLEGGING 

SEE ALCOHOL. ILLICIT SALES 

SEE cigarfttes. smuggling 

SEE DRUGS, smuggling 

SEE MOONSHINE 

SEE RECORDING TAPES 



PACE 49 
1/10/92 



"OPN-AGAIN CHRISTIANS 
SEE ALSO RELIGION 

HE PAINTS FOR The LORD. 



NOT CRITICS 



BOSTON COLLEGE SPORTS. FOOTBALL 

BRYANT GETS ■• AS TAR HEELS WIN ONE "ORE 

BRYANT'S T3 TOTAL RAISES COACH'S IRE 

ELKINS STEADY IN BRYANT'S SHADOW 

BOTANICAL GARDEN 

SEE N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 

BOTANY 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. BOTANY DEPT. 

SEE ALSO N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 

KEY TO PLANT CANCER MAY HAVE BEE.^ FOUND 

BOTTLE DEPOSIT 

SEE RETURNABLE BOTTLES 

BOTTLES 

SEE ALSO RETURNABLE BOTTLES 
HIS SHIPS TAKE HIM ANYWHERE 

BOTULISM 

SEE ALSO FOOD POISONING 

SOME CANNED MUSHROOMS ARE RECALLED 
SOME MUSHROOMS TAKEN OFF SHELVES 

BOULEVARD PLAiA 

SEE ALSO SHOPPING CENTERS 
CENTER NOW LEASING 
RENOVATIONS UNDER WAY FOR NEW SHOPPING CENTER 

BOUNDARY DISPUTES 

SEE ALSO N.C./S.C, BOUNDARIES 

NORTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA ONCE FOUGHT OVER BOUNDARY 
WILSON, GREENE COUNTY DISPUTE LAND OWNERSHIP 

BOWL FOR BREATH 

MOST PLEDGES 

BOWL GAMES 

SEE COLLEGE oOwL S 

BOWLING 

OURHAM-ORANCE BOWLING OFFICERS ELECTED 

BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

DOCTOR SAYS EATING FISH HAY FIGHT HEART DISEASE 

VICE PRESIDENT TO VISIT N.C. 

BUSH TO VISIT WINSTON-SALEM 

BUSH: 'PANIC OVER DEFICIT IS PREMATURE 

PAPER SAYS SCIENTIST SUSPENDED IN PROBE 

NEW METHOD OF DIAGNOSIS DESCRIBEO AT SYMPOSIUM 

BOWMAN GRAY RESEARCHER SAYS HE STANDS BY WORK 

SCIENTIST'S RESEARCH QUESTIONED 

WFu PROFESSOR RESIGNS: DENIES FALSIFYING PROJECT 

BOWMAN GRAY RETURNS MONEY TO U.S. AGENCY 

SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT LINK IS INDICATED IN HEART DISEASE 

AUDIT SOUGHT AT BOWMAN GRAY 

MEDICAL SCHOOL GETS 11 MILLION GRANT 

BOX PROJECT 

INTERSTATE GIVING 

BOXING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BOXING CLUB 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY BOXING C WRESTLING COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO KICK-BOXING 

EX-ARMY COACH IN DURHAM'S CORNER 

BOXING'S PROBLEM 

AODESA FINDS THERE'S LIFE AFTER FOOTBALL 

OPEN MOUTH, PLANT FOOT, ALMOST 

A CLASSIC 

BOXING SAFETY TOP CONCERN OF AREA REFEREES 

BALLARD IS Back 

BALLARD HAKES QUICK WORK OF FOE 



PG L P 3YI 



S 2 U/13/B1 A 12 



a/02/81 D 
10/03/61 A 
10/06/81 A 



U Hi,? 
F A20 
F 930 



2 


6/07/ai 







P 


U 


H<,5 


2 


6/18/Pl 


A 






E 




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9/D5/81 


A 


15 




R 






lO/U/Bl 


D 




D 


F 




2 


11/09/81 


A 




P 


F 


L3C 


2 


I1/09/B1 


A 




p 


F 


B30 


2 


11/21/ni 


3 






N 




2 


ll/2ft/81 


D 




P 


F 


871 


2 


12/06/81 







p 


U 


H<.5 


2 


12/06/81 


E 


1 1 


P 


N 





H 2 5/23/ni A 



S/Ot/Bl 
6/25/ni 
T/U/Bl 
7/21/Rl 
7/22/81 
a/27/91 



2 

16 



H 2 U/27/B1 D ? P F A20 



9/27/ai 
9/27/91 
9/28/81 



N 071 
U 071 
U R66 



H 2 6/08/81 A 13 



H 2 9/12/81 A 



H 2 S/l'./Bl A 10 
H 2 5/23/81 A 12 



H 2 lD/21/81 A 10 
S 2 10/22/81 A 14 



S 2 6/10/81 C 2 F J50 
S 2 6/15/81 fl 5 N 



S 2 12/08/81 C 4 P P R91 



H 2 5/31/81 B I 1 



2 


7/06/81 


B 


3 


N 


2 


8/07/81 




8 


N 


2 


9/12/81 




5 


N 


2 


9/15/81 




a 


P N 


2 


9/25/81 




17 


N 


2 


10/05/81 




1 1 


N 


2 


10/18/81 




17 


N 


2 


10/21/81 




4 


N 


2 


11/07/81 




5 


N 


2 


U/11/81 




11 


N 


2 


11/18/81 




10 


N 


2 


11/21/81 




5 


N 


1 


12/19/61 




1 


N 



H 2 10/24/81 A 



H 2 5/17/81 8 11 P F G19 



2 


6/12/81 







U 


016 




7/26/81 


B 


2 P 


F 


S91 




8/13/81 





I'P 


P 


H99 




9/17/81 


c 




U 


019 




9/20/81 


s 


2 P 


F 


G19 




9/23/81 


D 


1 P 


F 


C09 




10/01/91 





1 P 


N 


G19 



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12/31/91 



PAGE 50 
1/10/82 



SnxING TQURNtY OPENING 
BnxING "ETuHNS TO DURHAM 
KID GLOVES 
AHMY BOXERS O^MINATE 

bOxED our 

AGE DEFEATS THE CHAMP 



N 


F 




F 




1 


Y 




P 


n 


DATE 


C 


PG 


L 


P 


3YL 


H 


7 


12/11/^1 


f. 


■< 




N 




S 


/ 


12/1 1/81 


II 


7 




N 


R66 


S 


? 


12/12/81 


A 


q 


p 


N 




H 


? 


12/13/81 


H 


H 


p 


N 


GI9 


S 


/ 


12/1'./81 


IJ 


Id 






R<)I 


H 


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12/14/91 


A 


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H 2 12/26/61 A 



POY SCOUTS, Durham county 

SEE ALSO CU5 SCIUIS 
SEE ALSO EAGLE SCDUTS 

2 DURHAM SCOUTS ulN PRIZES 
CHURCH HONORS PAIR OF SCOUTS 
TOP DISTRICT 

IRVING E. ALLEN DIES AT AGE 85 

SCOUTS NAME CLEMENT. COLE 

EARNING BADGES 

THANKS TO ENO VOLUNTEERS 

ACCEPTS AWARD 

DISTRICT AKARO WINNERS 

BOY SCOUTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO FAGlE SCOUTS 

CHAPEL HILL SCOUTS KINOLE FUND DRIVE DISPUTE 

SCOUTS LEARNING EARLY 

SCOUT TROOP ENDS DRIVE FOB RECYCLING PROJECT 

TWO SCOUTS TO RECEIVE MEDALS 

BURLINGTON SCOUT HONQPEO 

COLE WILL HEAD OCCGNEECHEE SCOUT COUNCIL 

8QY SCOUTS OF AMERICA 

SEE ALSO Eagle scouts 

SEE ALSO SCOUT-0-RAMA 

TWO MEBANE SCOUTS TO GET HONOR MEDAL 

THE nOYCE DANCERS 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

NUDE DANCE Surprises festival audience 

NUDITY ON STAGE 
DANCE MAKES A SPLASH 

BOYCOTTS 

SEE ALSO PICKET LINES 

NEW HANOVER SCHOOLS HIT BY BOYCOTT 
BOYCOTT CAN GET RESULTS 

3 SUPERMARKETS TARGET OF PROTEST 
INFANT-FORMULA POYCOTT AN UNREASONABLE ACTION 
HUNT HOE: PROPOSED BOYCOTT IS RIDICULOUS 

IT COULD BACKLASH 

THIRD WORLD MOIHE»S EXPLOITED 

BREASTFED SAilES 00 BETTER 

FORMULA VS. BREAST MILK 

NESTLE PEHAVIOR MHMORAL' 

BREASTFEEDING HEALTHIER 

NESTLE USES NO GIMMICKS 

POLISH CARGO BOYCOTT REACHES PORT IN N.C. 

PROVOKING GEUATE OUR RESPONSIBILITY 

BOY'S HOME ALL-STAR FOOTBALL GAME 

SEE NORTH/SOUTH BOYS' HOME FOOTBALL GAME 

BOYS" STATE IwAkE forest UNIV. I 
BOY'S STATE-30UND 
DICKSON GETS BOYS' STATE POST 

BOYS TOWN 

BOYS TOWN TO RAFFLE OFF HOUSE 
REAL FSTaTE RAFFLES ARE QUESTIONED 

BRACES 

SEE ORTHODONTICS 

BRADLEY LINCOLN MERCURY INC. 
CAR DEALER MOVING 

BRAGTOWN SCHOOL 

REBUILDING TO START SUMMER 

MAN WOUNDED AT RESIDENCE 

CLASS MISSING MISS SEALS 

PERFORM TONIGHT 

PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED ON SIDEWALKS NEAR SCHOOLS 

SIDEWALKS TOPIC OF HEARING 

TOP SAFETY PATROL 

CLUB TO HELP HANDICAPPED PUPILS 

BRAILLE 

SEE ALSO BLIND 

SEE ALSO NEGRO BRAILLE MAGAZINE 

BLIND ECU STUDENT AIDS BRAILLE COMPUTER WORK 

BRAIN DAMAGE 

DRIVE LAUNCHED TO HELP GIRL 

BRAINSTORM IFILMl 

'BRAINSTORM' DATE. CAST ABE CHANGED 

MOVIELANO 

OUKf PICKEU for film SHOTS 

DUKE TO BE FILMING SITE 

THEY'RE HUNTING FOR A GOVERNOR 

LOGICAL PLACE FOR A PREMIERE 

TRUMBULL TRYING NEW TECHNIOUtS 

'BRAINSTORM' STARS ARRIVE IN TRIANGLE 

SCHEDULING PREVENTS HUNT FROM PLAYING HIMSELF IN FILM 

NATALIE WOOD A BUSY LADY 

HUNT HOSTS MOVIE STARS 

HUNT, STARS SHARE STAGE IN 'BRAINSTORM' GATHERING 

BREAKFAST AT HUNT'S 

ACTRESS DUE AN APOLOGY 

FUMING STARTS ON 'BRAINSTORM' 

HUNT HELPS 'BRAINSTORM' 

'BRAINSTORM' SET DIRECTOR FINDS PROPS IN TRIANGLE 

TACKY STORY 

DURHAM MAS A 'BRAINSTORM' 

'BRAINSTORM' CREW WRAPS UP MONTH IN :<ORTH CAROLINA 

ACTRESS WHO GRACED N.C. 'NICE TO PEOPLE' 

NATALIE WOOD FOUND DEAD IN OCEAN 

HOLLYWOOD MOURNS NATALIE HOOD'S DEATH 

MISS WOOD WAS ANGRY. SLIGHTLY INTOXICATED. CORONER SAYS 

WOOD'S DEATH JEOPARDIZES 'BRAINSTORM' 

WOOD'S WARMTH LIVES ON 

FUIURF OF 'BRAINSTORM' IN DOUBT AS INSURANCE CLAIM DUE 

FILM HUNTER SEES 'BRAINSTORM' BENEFITS 

'BRAINSTORM' COMPLETION HELD POSSIBLE 

SETS TO NATALIE WOOD MOVIE KEPT SECURE 



H 2 


5/03/81 




10 




N 




5 2 


6/lD/Bl 




12 




N 




S 2 


6/16/81 




1 


P 


P 


R91 


H ? 


6/22/81 




9 


P 







H 2 


10/21/61 




10 


P 


N 




S 2 


10/28/81 




10 


P 


P 




S 2 


11/16/81 




<. 




E 




S 2 


ll/2<./61 


B 


7 


P 


P 


S76 


H 2 


12/23/81 


B 


6 


P 


P 


R91 


H 2 


5/15/Rl 


C 


8 




N 


E'.6 


S 2 


5/16/81 


A 


^ 




F 




H 2 


5/22/»l 


c 


6 




N 




H 1 


5/27/81 


c 


1 


P 


N 




H 1 


6/25/81 


B 


1 




N 




S 2 


10/22/81 


a 


6 




N 





2 


5/27/81 


A 


17 


P N 


7 


7/11/81 


A 


1 


N 


7 


7/15/81 


A 


<• 


F 


2 


7/16/81 


D 


i 


P R 


7 


5/02/81 




1 1 


N 


' 


7/03/81 




<, 


1 


/ 


lO/Oi/ai 




1 


P N 




10/20/81 




<. 


F 


/ 


10/2<./31 




H 


N 


/ 


10/26/61 




A 


F 


7 


10/26/81 




J. 


1 


7 


10/28/91 




*. 


L 


f 


10/30/91 




A 


1 


7 


10/30/81 




<> 


1 


7 


10/30/61 




i, 


1 


7 


11/30/01 




** 


1 


7 


12/23/91 




in 


N 


2 


12/26/81 




<. 


e 



6/0'./81 
6/13/81 



11/10/81 
11/19/81 



H 2 


6/U/81 


A 


13 


N 




S 7 


5/19/fll 


A 


3 


N 




S 7 


5/19/91 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


5/23/Rl 


A 


10 


N 




S / 


5/26/61 


H 


1 P 


P 


S76 


H 2 


12/01/5 1 


H 


1 


N 




S 7 


12/01/81 


rt 


1 


N 


F 10 


S 7 


12/09/81 


A 


7 P 


P 


1 1; 


S 2 


12/18/81 


c 


3 


N 





S 2 10/31/81 A 1 1 P F 



H 1 8/08/81 



H 2 


7/23/91 


3 






N 




H 2 


7/31/61 


A 






E 




H 2 


8/27/61 


A 




P 


N 




S 2 


8/27/81 


A 






N 




H 2 


8/23/81 


A 






N 




H 2 


9/04/91 


A 






E 




H 2 


9/07/81 


B 






N 




S 2 


9/17/81 


D 




P 


N 




H 2 


9/20/81 


c 






N 




H 2 


9/22/81 


A 




p 


F 


L30 


S 2 


9/23/91 


A 






N 




H 2 


9/2'i/91 


A 




P 


N 


G53 


S 2 


9/2'./81 





11 


P 


N 




M 2 


9/27/91 


D 






L 




H 2 


9/29/81 


B 






N 


W66 


S 2 


10/01/81 







P 


N 




H 2 


10/02/81 


D 


1<. 


P 


F 


G68 


H 2 


10/05/61 


A 






L 




S 2 


10/06/91 


D 




P 


F 


B71 


H 2 


10/23/81 






P 


N 


W66 


H 2 


11/30/81 








F 


L30 


H 2 


U/30/91 






P 


N 




S 2 


11/30/81 








N 




H 2 


12/01/91 






p 


N 




S 2 


12/02/81 








N 




S 2 


12/02/61 








E 




H 2 


12/0'>/61 






N 




H 2 


12/05/81 








N 


H66 


H 2 


12/06/81 








N 




S 2 


12/08/91 








N 





M0NTHLY/»NNUAL 



I N e X 



SUBJECTS 



l»»GE "il 
l/lO/8i 



CLua 

CITY CHIEF 
OCICE CHIEF'S TRUL 

Chief c*Sb 

LER CITY CHIEF'S CaSE 

£R CITY POLICE CASE 

UL IN PATTERSON CASE 

&HT 

EO 

ER APT. 

BY CRIHE 

FJLL0.4INC BBEAK-INSi ASSAULTS 

NIGHTSPOT 

BREAK-INS, ASSAULT 



MAN 

E .ilTH OFFICERS 



CURTAINS FuR HRAINSTQRM? 

CAN MOM STILL USE A ' SRA INSTOfl M' 7 „„„„. ^,.„ 

MOM IS REPOPTFD SEEKING TO SCRAP 'BRAINSTORM' FILM 
ACTOR SAYS 'BRAINSTORM' MIGHT BE COMPLETED 

YEAST'SPILL blamed FOR YAOKIN FISH KILL 
YADKIN FISM kill brings FINE OF OVER 160,000 

BRAME specialty CO. INC. lOURHAM WHOLESALER! 
JOSH LASSITER 'GRADUATES' AFTER <.8 YcARS 

BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST CO. I F AYE T TE Y ILLE . N.C.I 
TEAR GAS MAY HAVE HIDDEN HOLDUP 

BRANDY 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

BRANDY LEADS TO ARREST 

rrant HnHPc* INC 

HAMNEO GROUP BUYS OAKS IN CHAPEL HILL FOR JS MILLION 
PURCHASE ENDS CONVERSION 

BRAZIL HOPING SALES TAX GOES UP IN SMOKE 

BREAKER MORANT (FILMI , ,^ „^ 

BREAKER MORANT: AUSTRALIAN FILM UNDERSTANDS WAR 

BREAKFAST , „ 

DURHAM ANGLOPHILES CELEBRATE ROYAL WEDDING 

BREAKING AND ENTERING ICRIMEI 
POWER TOOLS TAKEN 
PATTERSON TRIAL IS MOVED 
JEwFLS STOLEN AT APARTMENT 
TERMS GIVEN FOR BREAK-INS 
THEFTS REPORTED AT STORES 
TWO ARRESTED IN BREAK-IN ON W. 
POLICE Charge TEEN 
DEPUTY TESTIFIES AGAINST SILER 
JURY BEGINS DELIoERAT IONS IN P 
JURY PONDERS SILER CITY POLICE 
DELIBERATIONS CONTINUING IN SI 
JUDGE DECLARES MISTRIAL IN SIL 
9-3 JURY DEADLOCK BRINGS MISTR 
NO RETRIAL OF POLICE CHIEF SOU 
PATTERSON CHARGES MAY BE DROPP 
MAN SHOT, KILLED TRYING TO ENT 
HISTORY OF A BUSINESS TROUBLED 
FRANKLIN OFFICERS URGE CAUTION 
POLICE CHARGE 2 IN BREAK-IN AT 
FRANKLIN "AN IS CHARGED IN TWO 
FILES MORE CHARGES 
POLICE DOG WINS ANOTHER ROUND 
MAN DIES In accident 
AUTO WRECK KILLS HILLSBOROUGH 
VICTIM FROM HILLSBOROUGH 
LUMBERTON MAN KILLED IN SCUFFL 
MAN CHARGED IN EREAK-IN 
EOEN WOMAN KILLS INTRUDER 
MAN SURPRISES HOUSEWIFE 
HAN CHARGED WITH JUNE 17 BREAK 
PEAKS CHARGED IN BREAK-INS 

TEEN Charged with br£ak-ins 

REPORT CLARIFIES TRAFFIC DEATH 
THIEVES ROB, RANSACK FIRMS 
NO EVIDENCE LINKS FATALITY TO 
DURHAM COUNTY YOUTHS CHARGED I 
MAN ACCUSED OF RREAK-IN 
COOKE CHARGED WITH CAR THEFT 
ARREST MAOE IN BREAK-IN ON FOS 
POLICE Charge 3 IN BREAK-IN 
THREE ARRESTED IN STORE BREAK- 
TAR hFEL kicked ABOUT INTRUDER 

housebreaking crime hits home 
judge won't allow misde4n0r pl 
wanted man dropped in on offic 
loser in many ways 
fire, break-in may be linked 
man found lying in coffin is j 
rooftop thieves hit stores 
police pr03e ". break-ins 
Three held in break-in 
police charge youth in break 
charges are filed in franklin 
west durham plagued by break-i 
ARREST Clears is break-ins 

MAN CHARGED IN BREAK-INS 
•JURY' STILL OUT ON STATE'S NE 
2 ARRESTS CLEAR HOUSEBREAKINGS 
SERIES OF BREAK-INS PROBED 
TEEN IS HELD IN BREAK-INS 
FIRE DAMAGES 2 FIRMS IN LAKEWO 
N.Y. TEEN FACFS SPEAK-IN CHARG 
TEEN-AGERS CHARGED 
POLICE CHARGE THREE 
MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

BREAKING AND ENTERING, AUTOS 
PARAMEDIC HURT IN WRECK 
CARS VANDALIZED IN I-B5 MOTEL LOTS 
VANOALS HIT CARS AT 3 MOTELS 
CAR BPEAK-INS SPARK POLICE INVESTIGATION 
IHIfvES HIT FOUR CARS 

GUAROS IN HIGH SCHOOL LOTS HELP REDUCE CAR VANDALISM 
POLICE ARREST Two GRIDDERS 

SHOPPING SAFETY TIPS PREVENT YULE SADNESS 
ill, 000 SILVERWARE STOLEN 

BREAST CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER 
SEE ALSO MASTECTOMIES 
LUMP MEANS SEE DOCTOR 

BREAST FEEDING 

SEE ALSO MOTHER'S MILK 

U.S. VOTED RIGHT ON FORMULA CODE 
INFANT-FORMULA BOYCOTT AN UNREASONABLE ACTION 
BREASTFED BABIES DO BETTER 
FORMULA VS. BREAST MILK 
NESTLE BEHAVIOR 'IMMORAL' 
BREASTFEEDING HEALTHIER 
NESTLE USES NO GIMMICKS 
BREASTFEEDING SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED 
PROVOKING DEBATE OUR RESPONSIBILITY 



BREAK-IN 

N FOUR BREAK-INS 



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FOR JUDGE 

EA IN HOUSEBREAKINGS 

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DATE 



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H Z 12/09/81 A <. E 

S 2 12/10/81 «. P U 

H 2 U/ii/Sl A 1 N 

H 2 12/29/81 B l<. N 



7/02/81 b 3 
a/27/81 A 15 



H 2 9/03/81 A 13 P F S36 
S 2 9/03/81 C 8 N 

H 2 8/05/81 C 1 N 



H 2 8/08/81 A 1 N F78 
S 2 8/08/81 A 3 N 



H 2 8/13/81 All N 

H 2 5/15/81 D <. R S66 

H 2 7/30/81 C 1 P F H45 



S 2 


5/02/81 


A 




N 




H 1 


5/U5/81 


a 




N 




S 2 


5/05/81 


c 




N 




H 1 


5/D6/81 


c 




N 




S 2 


5/C7/B1 


A 




N 




H 2 


6/03/91 


A 


1 1 


N 




S 2 


7/09/8 


C 




N 




H 2 


7/15/8 


A 




N 


H69 


H 2 


7/16/8 







N 


H68 


S 1 


7/16/81 


A 




N 




H 2 


7/17/81 


c 




N 


H68 


S 2 


7/17/fll 


A 




N 


H68 


H 2 


7/19/81 


A 




N 


H68 


H 2 


7/30/91 


B 




N 


H68 


S 2 


7/30/81 


A 




N 




H 2 


8/02/81 


c 




N 




H 2 


a/12/81 


A 




L 




H 1 


8/20/fll 


B 




N 




S 2 


a/Zi/Sl 


C 




N 




H 1 


8/25/81 


a 




N 




S 2 


8/25/81 


A 




N 




H I 


9/01/81 


B 




N 




S 2 


9/15/81 


A 




N 


009 


H 2 


9/16/81 


B 




N 




S 1 


9/16/81 


C 




N 




H 2 


9/19/81 


A 


18 


N 




H 2 


9/22/91 


A 




N 




H 2 


9/28/91 


A 


1 1 


.N 




S 2 


10/05/91 


C 




N 




H 2 


10/12/91 


A 


10 


N 




S 2 


10/12/91 


A 




N 




H 1 


10/16/81 


B 




N 




S 2 


10/16/81 


A 




N 




S 2 


lD/16/91 


A 




N 




H 2 


10/17/81 


B 




N 




H 2 


10/21/91 


A 




N 




H 2 


10/22/91 


A 


1 7 


N 




S 2 


10/22/81 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


10/23/81 


A 




N 




S 2 


10/23/91 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


lD/2<./91 


c 


1? 


N 




H 2 


10/28/81 


D 




N 




H 2 


10/29/81 


A 




N 




S 2 


10/29/81 


A 




N 




H 2 


10/30/91 


A 


19 


N 




S 2 


10/30/91 


A 




E 




H 2 


11/04/81 


a 




N 




H 2 


11/13/91 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


11/29/81 


c 




N 




S 2 


11/28/81 


A 


15 


N 




H 1 


12/05/81 


c 




N 




S 2 


12/07/81 


A 




N 




H 1 


12/08/81 


B 




N 




H 2 


2/09/81 


B 




N 




S 2 


2/14/91 


C 




N 


U57 


H 2 


2/15/91 


e 




N 




H 2 


12/16/81 


B 




N 


B51 


S 2 


12/17/81 


c 




N 




H 2 


12/18/81 


A 




N 




H 2 


12/18/81 


A 


22 


N 




H 2 


12/18/91 


C 




N 




5 2 


12/18/91 


C 




N 




H 2 


12/22/81 


A 


12 


N 




S 2 


12/22/81 


A 




N 




H I 


12/2'./81 


B 




N 




S 2 


9/05/91 


A 




N 




H 2 


9/25/81 


A 


14 


N 




S 2 


9/25/91 


B 




N 




S 2 


11/10/81 


B 




N 




S 2 


U/2<i/ei 


A 


1 1 


N 




S 2 


11/25/81 


A 




N 


DOB 


S 2 


11/27/81 







N 




S 2 


11/28/81 


A 




F 


sa3 


S 2 


12/26/81 


A 




N 





S 2 5/07/81 A 





5/22/81 A 


4 


E 




10/20/81 A 


4 


E 




10/29/81 A 


4 


L 




10/30/81 A 


4 


L 




10/30/81 A 


4' 


L 




10/30/81 A 


4 


L 




11/30/81 A 


4 


L 




12/01/81 A 


5 


L 




12/26/91 A 


4 


E 



HQNTMLY/ 



N N U A L 



I N E « 
12/31/81 



S I 

e L 

C PG L 



1/10/8J 



BRF4SI RfCPNSTflUCTtON SURGERY 
SEE »LSO x»STECrO"lFS 

OFFICE SURGERY POPULAR OPTION 

BREAST SURGERY 

SEE MASTECTOMIES 

BREAThalyZFR TEST 

SEE ALSO BLOOO TESTS 

SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 

SOME PANEL "E"BERS SAY LOGOS SHOULD BE BANNED 

COURT'S LAXITY Baffling 

VICKERY TESTIFIES HE WAS TESTED ON FAULTY BREATHALYZER 

VICKEBY SAYS H£ uAS TESTED 

SUPERIORS TO "AKE VICKERY TEST RULING 

VICKERY LOSFS DRIVER'S LICENSE FOR t> MONTHS 

HARDEN FACES CHARGE OF OU I 

NO'SUSPECTS YET IN TEEN-AGER'S SLAYING 
BREVaRO POLICE SEEKING CLUES IN GIRL'S DEATH 

BRIBERY 

JURY KAY BEGIN DELIBERATIONS IN TRIAL OF LUMBERTON OFFICIAL 
FORMER LUMBERTON OFFICIAL RECEIVES PRISON SENTENCE 
nnSPITAL OFFICIAL PLEADS GuILTY IN KICkSACK CASE 
TIME-HONORED JOURNALISTIC PRACTICES IN JAPAN ICARTOONI 
EMPLOYEE RESTHRED TO DUTY 

BRICKLAYERS 

SEE ALSO APPRENTICE BRICKLAYING CONTEST 
masonry: They learn ESSENTIALS 

BRIDGE TOURNAMENTS 
SEE ALSO GAMES 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: SLAM SHAM 
CONTRACTORS LEARNING BRIDGE ICARTOONI 

BRIDGES. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ENO RIVER. BRIDGES 
SEE ALSO OVERPASSES 

BRIDGES hlLL CLOSE 

DURHAM COUNTY BRIDGE CLOSING 

IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED... 

OLD BRIDGE FALLING DOWN 

LAKE "Khie bridge open for traffic 

CLEAN STREAMS MONTH OBSERVED AT ENO PARK 

SWINGING BRIDGE OVER ENO WILL MAKE CROSSING EASIER 

GRIMSLEY PRAISES PARK EFFORT 

BRIDGES, N.C. 

SfE ALSO WALTER B. JONES BRIDGE lU.S. Zb<,t 
The bridges at MlCHIE 
bridge on u.s. 6". collapses 
state's roads program cited at dedication 
Threatened bridge 'way of life' for some on sunset 

'.0 people mourn old RALEIGH BRIDGE 

group finds most bridges. roaos deficient 

bridgeton, n.c. 

Chief charged with assault, making threats 

briogeton police dept. 

attorney general is sent report 

bright leaf civitan club 
see also civitan club 

RECEIVES Award 
INSTALL OFFICERS 
TOP CIVITAN 

THE BRIGHTER SIDE COFFEEHOUSE 

THEY PLAN A BRIGHTER SIDE FOR DURHAM YOUTH 

BRIGHTER SIDE MINISTRIES 

TMEY PLAN A BRIGHTER SIDE FOR DURHAM YOUTH 

BRIGHTLEAF NEWS 

TURNING BACK The Pages at brightleaf court 

BRIGHTLEAF SCUARF 

SEE ALSn LIGGETT AND MYERS TOBACCO CO., WAREHOUSES 
FOkLERS to move into BRIGHTLEAF 

CARVER Buys into sanforo-hamner development group 

^NO HISTORIC AREA PLANNED 

BRIGHTLEAF AOOS TWO TENANTS 

POSSIBLE DURHAM BOOM INTERESTS BANKS, INVESTORS 

BOARD APPROVES PARKING LEASES 

MALL "BUILDING IN DURHAM 

U.S. GOVT. Showing interest in downtown office leases 

BRIGHTLEAF NEAKS OCCUPANCY 

DURHAM BREAKFAST CUSTOM ENDS SATURDAY 

DEMTLITION FOR BRIGHTLEAF SQUARE PARKING LOT 

BRIGHTLEAF OWNERS AREN'T PART OF CONDOMINIUM CONVERSION 

OEvELOPFR plans TO OPEN BRIGHTLEAF BY OCT. 

HOMFS. BRIGHT LEAF ARE ON TRINITY TOUR 

RENOVATION TOUR SLATED 

BRIGHTLEAF SHOP LEASES MALL SPACE TEMPORARILY 

SHOP PLANS 2 Durham STORES 

TURNING BACK THE PAGES AT BRIGHTLEAF COURT 

BRIGHTLEAF OPENS THANKSGIVING 

BRIGhTLFAF SaUARE 

BRIGHTLEAF SOUARE SCHEDULES FESTIVAL 

MUSIC. CRAFTS FESTIVAL SET AT BRIGhTlEAF 

Christmas shopping at brighTleaf square 
pigeons not wanted at brightleaf 

DON'T KILL The pigeons 
"RIGHTWonO CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (GREENSBORO. N.C.I 

CREATION Theory controversy lives quietly in n.c. classroom 

BRINKS' robbery 

SEE ROBPERY. U.S. 

BRISTOL-MYERS CO. 

GROWTH IN SOUTH KEY REASON FOR NEW PLANT IN MORRISVILLE 
BRISTOL-MYERS DEDICATES NEw PLANT IN MORRISVILLE 

BRITISH AEROSPACE, INC. 
H MILLION ON WINGS 

BRITISH LEYLANO AUTO CO. 

FOLLOWING THE BRITISH 

BRITISH MOODS APARTMENTS 



H 3 11/3D/S1 A 1 



5/06/81 
7/07/fll 
11/21/Bl 
U/21/81 
U/01/81 
U/05/B1 
12/22/81 



11/12/Bl 
11/13/81 



i/Oii/Bl 

5/06/91 

7/1 1/ai 

11/20/81 

12/10/81 



E 

N W36 



1 P N Wi6 



H 2 9/08/81 12 P F 



2 3/U/Bl B 1 
2 11/16/81 A « 



U 
T T R56 



s 


2 


6/01/ai 


A 


7 




N 




H 


2 


6/02/Sl 


A 


9 




N 




H 


2 


7/01/81 


A 


1 


p 


P 


R91 


H 


2 


7/17/81 


B 


1 


p 


N 


M04 


H 


2 


7/20/81 


B 


1 


p 


P 


C56 


H 


2 


9/02/81 


a 


2 


p 


I 




s 


2 


9/19/81 


A 


3 




N 


K90 


s 


2 


9/28/81 


C 


1 


p 


N 


H09 


H 


2 


5/17/81 


D 


1 


p 


F 


R9I 


H 


2 


6/05/81 




16 




N 




H 


2 


7/21/81 




1 1 




N 




H 


2 


a/Jl/8I 




1 




N 


G53 


H 


2 


11/12/91 




1 7 




N 




H 


2 


12/30/81 




12 




N 





H 2 11/11/81 ". N 
H 2 12/17/81 A 16 N 



S 2 9/11/81 8 6 P P R91 
S 2 9/28/81 C 4 P P R91 
S 2 9/28/81 C <. P P R91 



H 2 8/15/81 A 9 p F A2D 
H 2 8/15/81 A 9 P F A20 
H 2 11/09/81 B 1 U S36 



H 2 5/05/81 A 



6/03/81 

6/03/81 

6/03/81 

6/03/81 

6/09/81 

6/21/81 

6/25/81 

8/06/81 

8/27/81 

8/29/ai 

9/11/81 

9/2'./81 

10/07/81 

10/12/81 

10/15/81 

10/15/Rl 

11/09/81 

U/lO/fll 

11/12/81 

11/23/81 

11/24/81 

11/29/81 

12/2',/81 

12/31/81 



1 

I 

1 I 



1 
2 
I 
H 
3 
1 
I 



12 
1 

5 



N 

N 351 

N Ma9 

N 

N K90 

N no8 

B P66 

N F78 

N S83 

F M19 

P C56 

L 

N F78 

N 

N J06 

N F78 

N 

U S36 

n S83 



T37 

BBl 



H 2 12/14/81 A 



S 2 10/19/81 A I P N S83 
H 2 10/20/81 C 1 N H60 



H 2 11/06/81 B 1 P F H60 
S 2 12/ul/Rl A 4 E 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
U/31/81 



SUBJECTS 



>AOE 53 

1/io/ai 



-CHAPEL HILL, BROAOUAY ON TOUR SERIES 



FIRE GUTS BEDROOM 

HAIR OR*£R IS BLAMED IN BRITISH vgQQDS FIRE 

BRCAO ST. SPORT SHOP 

RIGHT HERE IN RIVER CITY! 

BROADMOOR APARTMENTS 

DURHAM M«N ARRESTED FOR ROBBING UOMAN 
ANNEXATION PLANS DRAW FIRE 

REyARo'oFFEREO FOR INFORMATION IN LEE SLAYING 

BROADWAY VOTERS OK WATER LINE PROJECT 

DECOMPOSED BODY FOUND NEAR SANFORD 

GUNSHOT xOUNOS FOUND ON BODY 

LEE IMPOSES MORATORIUM 

BLOnOMOfllLE TO VISIT BROADWAY 

BROADWAY MAN IS HONORED 

BROADWAY. N.C.. BONDS ,^ „,.„, 

BROADWAY VOTES TUESDAY ON WATER SYSTEM BONOS 

BROADWAY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEVERAL CANDIDATES FILE IN SANFORD, BROADWAY 
BROADWAY MAYOR CHALLENGED 

BROADWAY, N.C, SEWAGE SYSTEM 

BROADWAY VOTES TUESDAY ON WATER SYSTEM BONOS 

BROADWAY AT DUKE SERIES 

SEE DUKE UNIV., BROADWAY AT DUKE SERIES 

BROADWAY ON TOUR 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. 

BROADWAY-YELLOW CAB CO. , , 

TAXICAB CUSTOMER RESPONSIBLE FOR FARE 

BRCCDEN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
DOUBLE TROUBLE 
BROGDEN HOLDING CAREER FAIR 
CITY SCHOOLS CAREER FAIR IS NEXT WEEK 
TESTING THE WATERS 
CAREER FAIR 

BROKEN BONES 

THE SORE SUBJECT OF BROKEN BONES 

BROOKSIDE APARTMENTS ICHAPEL HILL, N.C.I 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, APARTMENTS 
APT. TENANTS HARASSED. BROWN SAYS 
CHAPEL HILL COUNCIL SUES OVER CONOO CONVERSIONS 
CHAPEL HILL HOPEFULS FACE HOUSING 
FIRM: CONDOMINIUM CONVERSION OK 
JUDGE REJECTS TOWN'S CONTROL OF CONVERSIONS 

CHAPEL HILL LOSES LEGAL ROUND IN CONDOMINIUM CONTROL EFFORT 
NEW CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL WILL NOT APPEAL CONOO RULING 

BROOKSTOWN FUDGE 

WINSTON-SALfM MAN FUDGES THINGS UP SIX DAYS A WEEK 

BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL 

SANTA DELIVERS FOR MONCURE 

BROUGHTON HOSPITAL (mqrganTON, N.C.I 
UMSTEAO HOSPITAL ACCREDITED 

BROWN ANO WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CO. 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO 

REYNOLDS FILES FORMAL COMPLAINT 

CIGARETTE ADS WARNINGS WILL BE CHANGED 

LCM OFFICIAL SAYS SALES BETTER. DENIES SHUTDOWN 

BROwN-BAGGING 

SEE LIQUOR-BY-ThE-DRINK 

BROwN LUNG DISEASE 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA BROWN LUNG ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO COTTON 

SEE ALSO COTTON OUST REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO DUST PARTICLES 

SEE ALSO N.C. LUNG ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

LEGISLATURE MAY GRAPPLE WITH BROWN LUNG ISSUES 

BROWN LUNG ASSOCIATION PLANS DEMONSTRATION IN WASHINGTON 

NO COMPROMISE VOwEO ON BROWN LUNG FIGHT 

SFIIATE OkS bill on ABORTION NOTIFICATION 

COTTON OUST STANDARD WILL BE STRENGTHENED 

COURT HEARS BROWN LUNG ARGUMENTS 

COURT AWARDS HILLSBOROUGH MAN BENEFITS 

HIGH COURT UPHOLDS NEW COTTON DUST LAW 

BROWN LUNG ASSOCIATION HAILS RULING BY COURT 

N.C. CONGRESSMAN PLANS BILL ON COTTON DUST RULES 

FIRMS HOLD ESTIMATES OF BROWN LUNG HIGH 

BROWN LUNG LEGAL OFFICE TO HOVE 

BROWN LUNG LEGAL CENTER PLANS MOVE 

TWO MEDICAL GROUPS ISSUE STATEMENT ON BROWN LUNG 

ASTHMA DRUG MAY BE USEFUL FOR BYSSINOSIS 

N.C. SUPREME COURT OVERTURNS RULING ON BROWN LUNG 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES PRAISES RULING 

BROWN LUNG RULING SEEN SAVING MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 

TEXTILE COMPANY USES FIBER WASTES 

BROWN LUNG LEGAL CENTER 

BROWN LUNG LEGAL OFFICE TO MOVE 
BROWN LUNG LEGAL CENTER PLANS MOVE 

SROMN UNIV. 

IF THE SHOE FITS... 

THE SNOBBERY OF IGNORANCE 

BROWNING FERRIS INDUSTRIES INC. 

CHEROKEES MAY LEASE LAND TO WASTE DISPOSAL FIRM 
TRIBE DUMPS WASTE-DISPOSAL PLANT 

BRUNSWICK ENERGY CORP. 

PLANS FOR OIL REFINERY ARE CANCELED 

BRUNSWICK NUCLEAR PLANT ISOUTHPORT, N.C.I 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR PLANTS, N.C. ANO S.C. 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR PLANTS, N.C. ANO S.C, ACCIDENTS 

CPCL LOSES GENERATOR, CUTS VOLTAGE 

CPCL SAYS SABOTAGE MAY HAVE SHUT N-PLANT 

NO FVIOENCE FOUND INDICATING SABOTAGE 

ACCIDENTS MINDER CPEL NUCLEAR PLANT PRODUCTION 

CPCL N-PLANT SHUT OFF 



H 1 

H 1 

H 1 

H I 



S 

E 

C PG 



S 2 12/22/81 A 
H 2 12/23/81 B 



H 2 9/06/81 D 1 P F S36 



S 2 5/lS/ai a ". N 

H 2 l/ai/Sl A 1 N W36 



9/02/81 
9/10/81 
9/15/Bl 
9/16/81 
1 10/21/81 
10/23/81 



H 1 12/11/81 B 



H 1 9/05/81 C 1 



9/12/81 
10/08/81 



H 1 9/05/81 C 1 



H 2 9/06/91 D 



10/03/81 
11/12/61 
U/1',/81 
ll/lB/81 
11/20/81 



I 

10 

1 

12 



P S76 
N 008 



R91 
S76 



H 2 7/25/81 A 



H 2 10/27/81 All N W36 



10/30/81 
10/31/Bl 
11/18/81 

12/05/81 
U/15/81 



N W36 

N W36 

N W36 

N W36 

N W36 



S 2 10/06/ai A 6 P F 

H 2 U/17/81 A 1 N H60 

H 1 5/26/Bl B 1 N 



H 2 7/03/81 C <> N 
H 2 7/16/81 fl 6 N 
H 2 9/29/81 A 1 N G53 



H 2 


5/01/91 




18 


N 


H 2 


5/04/81 






N 


H 2 


5/05/Bl 






N 


H 2 


5/05/ai 






N 


H 2 


5/ 2/8 






N 


H 2 


5/ <./8 




1 1 


N 


H 2 


6/ 7/8 




10 


N 


S 2 


6/ 7/ai 






N 


H 2 


6/ 9/81 






N 


H 2 


6/20/81 






N 


H 2 


7/ 8/81 






N 


H 2 


7/25/81 






N 


S 2 


7/27/81 






N 


H 2 


9/29/ai 






N 


H 2 


9/06/81 




26 


N 


H 2 


10/07/91 






N 


S 2 


10/09/81 






N 


H 2 


10/09/91 




13 


N 


H 2 


U/08/ai 






N 



H 2 7/25/81 C 1 
S 2 7/27/81 A 9 



S 2 6/15/81 A <, 
H 2 6/19/81 A 4 



H 2 9/04/RI A 3 
H 2 9/16/81 A 7 



H 2 5/15/81 A 8 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



7/15/81 
7/17/81 
7/18/81 
7/19/ni 
7/19/Bl 



5 

13 

1 



N.U4L 1N0E< 

5/01/81 - li/31/81 



C!>(.L CuSTOm'mS ro P»K EXTRA SECsjSE iF SnuTOQyNS 
CPCL "ECufSTS MlG.>£« fufL sales 
CPLL wOOKER ElPnSfO n aAOIATIJN 

CCL 0ESC8I3ES "1-Pi.AM 3RnaLe'<s 

jriLIIIES P«-.C|. ChaIR-an says CCL ajOIT LIKcLr 
UTILITIES CTH-ISSION =L»NS Au:)IT OF 3RUNSHICK PLANT 

cocL SAYS dniT Out if service 

NUCLEAR UNIT !,N OPERATIC") 

E-ERCFNCY PROCEDURES To BE TESTED 

CPCL WARNS Nuf'LEAR UNIT TO 3£ DOwN 

15 nuClEaR PLANTS CIvEN 'SELOJ AVERAGE- RATINGS 

- «rR«j«s CO-.tahinaTEO 9y radioactive MATERIAL 

CPtL PLANTS A"CNG 21 'BElOn AVERAGE' 

COMMENTS ON BRUNSWICK 

NRC PROPOSES K.0.000 PENALTY IN CPtL NUCLEAR EXPOSURE CASE 

aRYANI-DURMA" ELECTRIC CO. 

OFFICERS SAY COPPER THEFT RING CRACKED 

DUSMA" FIRH INDICTED FOR BID-RIGGING 

DUSHAW FIR-t. PRESIDENT FACE BIO-RIGGING CHARGES 

STATE aiCOING L3ST 5Y ■) ELECTRICAL fjrks 

CONVICTED FIR" STILL CAN 310 

BRYANT ELECTRIC CO. OF MICH POINT 

TMO BROTHERS ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF CASE 

BRYANT HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING CO. ICHaRlOTTEI 
FIRE 3AKAGES CHARLOTTE FIRM 

•^UEBLE GU^ 

CAN- T RESIST IT 

Buck MOUNTAIN DEVELOPMENT 

airport plans not off ground 

euffalO sills 

romes has built his nfl career on seven games 

auILniNG CLIMBING 

MISSING THEIR MARBLES 

"UILDINC COOES 

SEE ALSCl DURHAM INSPECTIONS DIVISION 

SEE ALSO HOUSING COOE 

SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANK REGULATIONS 

BOARD TO RECONSIDER FEES 

BUILDER GETS VARIANCES 

EDGEMONT Plan QUESTION LINGERS 

COMMITTEE DELAYS ChanGIHG FEES 



Subjects 



PAGE 5<. 
1/10/62 



euuniNG 

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SEE »L 

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SEE AL 

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CITY 

DATA 

ShO" 

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OFFI 
CITY 
AP AP 
CDNS 



CONSTRUCTION 

sn Building contractors 

so construction industry 

ST Dav1S-»aCCN act 

i3 HOME l-PROVEMENT 

SO MOUSING, N.C. 

SO HOUSING CONSTRUCTION. COSTS 

SO HOUSING Industry 

ST N.C. STATE 9UILDING CONSTRUCTION 
SO N.C. HilME eulLOERS ASSOCIATION 

SO Subdivision construction 

"UlLDING activity UP IN 1981 

angle 3uildinc 90nms in march 

construction doubles 
flow plans expansion 
dy construction 
ding getting special supports 
cials act to stabilue building 

='uIld;ng lEvEl up 
tment construction up in durham 
truction reported up 



9UIL0ING CONSTRUCTION, N.C. 

CONSTRUCTION RISES IN N.C. 

9UILTING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO ISSOCIATION OF GENERAL CONTRACTORS, N.C. BRANCH 

SEE ALSO PulLDlNG CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO PulLOING DEVELOPERS 

SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C CONTRACT BIOOING 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL CONTRACTS 

SEE ALS^ HEATING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO Paving contractors 

SEE ALSO PRIVAT": CjNTRaCTTRS IFOR FEDERAL E"PL0YEESI 
COUNTY SUES T1 HALT ARBITRATION OF CLAIM 
MALL CONTROVERSY RESOLVED 
BOABO TO RECONSIDER FEES 

JUDGE RULES AGAINST COUNTY IN DISPUTE mITh CONTRACTOR 
JUDGE DISMISSES CLAIM CASE 
HEALTH COMES F IflST 

COMMITTEE IS FORMED TO REVIEm STATE DOT CONTRACT PROCEDURES 
HUNT MAS REPQRTECLY TOLD OF BID RIGGING 
BIO-RIGGING BILL CLEARS COMMITTEE 

HOUSE UNANIMOiISLr ENOORSES TOUGH BIO-RIGGING BILL 
CAPITAL aulLOiNG AUTHORITY TABLES BIDDING RESOLUTION 
HOSPITAL OFFICIAL PLEADS GulLTY IN KICKBACK CASE 
CONTRACTOR IS CONVICTED 
CONTRACTOR GETS S-yEaR PROBATION 
STATE BIDDING LOST 3Y •) ELECTRICAL FIRMS 
CONTRACTORS LEARNING BRIDGE ICARTOONI 
TIP ON TORN LEDGER ShEETS AIDED PROBE 

contractors pledge adopted 

firm denies defaulting on contract 

tenn. firm low on sewage bid 

low electrical bidder faces bid-rigging charges 

national housing slump hits n.c. builders hard 

Building developers 

SEE ALSO Building contractors 

SEE ALSO CmaPEl hill, N.C, HOUSING 

SEE ALSO DEvELOPMFNT INCENTIVE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO hO"£ builders ASSOCIATION Of GURHAM AND ChAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSn Subdivision construction 

nr.F HEADS CJUNTY SEWAGE COMMITTEE 

BOARD IS Subject of more reviEwS 

OFvfLIPERS, PRuPtRIY Owners vOlCt SEPTIC TANK GRIEVANCES 

BUUDrRS, DEvFLOPFRS OFFER IDEAS FOR SEPTIC TANKS 

TEER URGES wQRt SEPTIC Tank inspectors 

PANEL REvlewi nSiS GN SEPTIC TANKS 

MILLER SPONSORS eiLL TO MAKE »I0 RIGGING A FELONY IN N.C 

BUILDING INCcNTlvF PLAN OuESTIONEO 

*-STORY BUILCINC PLANNED FOR CITY 

FLOOD INSURANCE CUTOFF COULD HIKE PRICES 

Chapel HILL'S CONDITIONS ON DEVELOPER OVERkulEO 



N F 




S 
E 


I 
L 


T 
Y 




P D 


OATE 


C 


?G L 


P 


3YL 


M I 


7/20/B1 


b 




N 




H 2 


7/21/81 


A 




N 




H 2 


7/23/81 


s 




N 




H 2 


7/28/81 


A 


1 1 


N 




S 2 


7/2fl/91 


B 




N 




H 2 


7/2'?/81 


C 


12 


N 




H 2 


3/06/91 


A 


25 


N 




H 2 


3/08/81 


B 




N 




S 2 


3/ll/?l 


B 




N 




H 2 


3/11/Bl 


B 




N 




M 2 


9/13/91 


A 




N 




H 2 


9/16/81 


A 




N 




H 2 


9/21/91 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


9/21/91 


A 


IC 


N 




M 2 


10/02/91 


A 


a 


N 




H 2 


7/21/91 


A 


I 3 


N 


ASA 


H 2 


11/10/91 


A 




N 




S 2 


11/10/91 


B 




N 




H 2 


11/1 3/91 


A 




N 




S 2 


12/19/81 


A 




N 


K90 



H 2 12/17/91 A 13 N 

H 2 12/12/91 A 15 N 

S 2 7/27/91 C 1 P P T37 

S 2 9/29/81 6 1 N M23 

H 2 9/27/91 B 2 P F S91 

S 2 11/21/91 A 4 E 



S 2 5/26/81 a 1 

S 2 6/23/91 A 3 

H 2 7/0<./91 3 1 

S 2 3/29/81 A 3 



054 
05A 
W36 
K90 



s 




5/07/81 


A 1 


H 




5/IO/Bl 


12 


<; 




6/05/81 


A 3 


H 




6/07/81 


1 1 


H 




a/lS/81 


A 5 


H 




6/16/91 


B 1 


s 




6/16/91 


A 3 


s 




7/01/91 


A 1 


s 




7/18/91 


A 1 


H 




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6/27/81 


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H04 



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5/15/31 

5/26/81 

5/29/91 

5/29/91 

5/29/Bl 

6/35/91 

6/09/91 

6/09/91 

6/11/9! 

6/16/ei 

7/ll/ai 

10/21/31 

10/22/31 

11/13/91 

11/16/91 

11/16/91 

U/19/91 

12/0 1/9 1 

U/O'./ai 

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12/27/81 



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13 



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10 



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N K90 


H 




5/15/81 




N S51 


s 




5/27/91 




N K90 


M 




5/29/31 




N S51 


s 




6/03/Bl 




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H 




6/12/91 


A 1 


N W36 


H 




3/22/91 




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3/23/91 


A 1! 


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0H4SA 10 4LIE» POLICY , , „ , 

SEPTIC TANKS: SUITABLE LAND RUNNING OUT 
SANITARIANS. LANDOWNERS OPTEN AT WAR 

?rp'Tl^*fefei)SfES§!'S:jNy?'-SF heat, but little LIGHT 
REOEVELDPERS SOUGHT FOR HATTI SECTION 

BUILDING INSPECTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM INSPECTIONS DIVISION 
INSPECTION TEAM 

HOUSING INSPECTIONS INTRUDE UPON PRIVACY 
SHODDY CONSTRUCTION 
COST OF PERMITS DOUSLfS 
NEW FEES SUBJECT TO FINAL HEARING 

BUILDING PERMITS 

DURHAM BUILDING ACTIVITY UP IN I9B1 

BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED FOR DURHAM 

TRINANGLE BUILDING BOOMS IN MARCH 

COUNTY PERMITS ISSUED 

CITY ISSUES PERMITS 

DATAFLOW PLANS EXPANSION 

BUILDING PERMITS 

CITY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

CONSTRUCTION RISES IN N.C. 

PACE OF TRIANGLE BUILDING OUICKENS 

DURHAM COUNTY ISSUES CONSTRUCTION PERMITS 

COUNTY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

DURHAW ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

COUNTY IS5UFS BUILDING PERMITS 

CITY. COUNTY ISSUE BUILDING PERMITS 

COST OF PERMITS DOUBLES 

CITY GRANTS PERMITS 

DURHAM RANKS <.TH IN NEW CONSTRUCTION STARTS 

COMMITTEE DELAYS CHANGING FEES 

NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CONTRACTS INCREASE 

CONSTRUCTION IN N.C. MAKES BIG GAINS IN JULY 

BUILDING PICKS UP IN TRIANGLE 

BUILDING PERMITS 

NEW FEES SUBJECT TO FINAL HEARING 

BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED 

BUILDING PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS „, 

CITY INSPECTION OFFICE ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED IN DURHAM 

DURMAK-RALEIGH NONRESIDENTIAL BUILDING CONTRACTS RISE aO» 

BUILDING IN TRIANGLE RISES IN SEPTEMBER 

CITY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

BUILDING ACTIVITY SHOWS DROP ,„ 

TRIANGLE BUILDING CONTRACTS DROP 681 IN OCTOBER 
BUILDING IN TRIANGLE FALTERS DURING OCTOBER 
BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED IN DURHAM 
BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED 
BUILDING PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS. N.C. 

COUNTY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 
COUNTY ISSUES PERMITS 
PERMITS ISSUED FOR ADDITION 

BULL CITY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS. BASKETBALL 
EAGLES FACE UPHILL BATTLE 
EAGLES IN A ROUT 
EAGLES TAKE OPENER IN ROUT 
FAYETTEVILLE TOPS CENTRAL IN FINALS 

Eagles fall to broncos 

bull city licn's club 

see also lion's clu'?. durham 
optimists jolted: law barring pmone solicitations. 

TICKETS: THEn niSTRIBUTION OUESTIONED 

SOLICITORS SUPJECT OF PROBE 

PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE FORESEES NO ACTION ON PHONE SOLICITING 

CIVIC CLUBS OFF THE HOOK 

FILMS PRESENTED 

BULL CITY RUG CO. 

BULL CITY RUGS ANNOUNCES THEIR HOO.OOO GRAND OPENING 

BULL CITY SERTOMA CLUB 

»2,50O RAISED FOR HOSPITAL 

BULL CITY STREET ARTS CELEBRATION 

SEE OURHA" STREET ARTS CELEBRATION 

BULL DURHAM CIGARETTES 

FTC LISTS CIGARETTE CARBON MONOXIDE 

BULL OURHA" CLASSIC IPREP TEAM WRESTLINGI 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS. SPORTS (GENERAL HEAOINGl 
SEE ALSO WRESTLING 

TOUGH GUYS: JORDAN WRESTLERS DISPLAY GENTLE SKILLS 

NORTHWEST GUILFORD MAT LEADER 

JORDAN'S GRANT MOST VALUABLE 

BULL DURHAM A REAL CLASSIC 

BULL DURHAM SMOKING TOBACCO 
SEE BULL DURHAM TOBACCO CO. 

BULL DURHAM TOBACCO CO. 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO 

MAKING BULL DURHAM BAGS 

BULL DURHAM YOUTH ATHLETICS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM RECREATION DEPT. 
THEIR FIRST SALE 

BULLOCK. N.C. 

BULLOCK POSTMASTER NAMED 

BULLOCK'S BARBECUE (331 WO°THAM ST. I 

BULLOCK'S RECEIVES TENTATIVE APPROVAL 
RfZONING WOULD LIMIT DENSITY 
BARBECUE PLACE GETS ZONING CHANGE 
LAND "EZONEO FOR OFFICE CONSTRUCTION 

BULLPEN 

ANYONE Can do IT! IGET HOOKED. THAT IS. . .1 

BULL'S EYE FIRST ANNUAL DOG VS. CAT POLL 
THE WINNER: 'PURRESSENCE OF PETS' 

BULL'S EYE STOCKING STUFFER 

WHAT'S ON YOUR LIST FOR SANTA? 



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12/06/81 


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10/11/81 


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H 2 


10/11/81 


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L30 




S 2 


10/12/81 


C 




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S 2 


10/15/81 


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H 2 


10/16/91 


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ll/2'./ei 


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H 2 6/09/81 B 9 N 



H 2 5/05/81 A 



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H 2 12/23/81 B 2 P N 

S 2 12/23/81 2 P U C09 



S 2 5/02/81 A 3 P P S76 

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suajecrs 



PACE 56 
l/10/8i 



GOAND CCIUNCIL OeCREES: YOU'VE OTT IluL ThuRSOAT 
GB4N0 council PICKS A WINNER 

9ULL"S EVE WHAT'S-rMF-SCORE? CONTEST 

CONTESTANT GUESSES CORRECTLY ON 310 fOUR 

nuxPER STICKERS 

FOLKS ABOUND HEBE: BUMPER SNICKER 

BUNKER RAMO CORP. 

ALLIED COOP. -(AKES OFFER TO BUY COMPANY WITH PLANT IN DURHAM 

RUNN, N.C. 

aUNN GRAOUATION MONDAY 

SUNN AREA PARENTS WANT SCHOOL ACTIVITY BUS USED 

FIRE DESTROYS 100.000 PLANTS 

BURCH AVE. 

WHEN AN ARTS FAIR IS 



A BLOCK PA.UY 



BURCH BRIDGE ROAD I BURLINGTON, N.C.I 
FEES DISPUTE HOLDING UP PROJECT 

BUREAUCRACY, N.C. 

THE PFTER PRINCIPLE OPERATES IN STATE 
UNNECESSARY PRYING BY THE GOVERNMENT 

BUREAUCRACY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

WINDYFOGCFRY 

DISTRUST OF BIG GOVERNMENT LEO U.S. TO CONSERVATISM 

SUITABLE STAMPS 

SOCIAL WELFARE PROGRAMS BENEFIT THE NON-POOR MOST 

THE DAY THE PRESIDENT SHOWED HIS BACKBONE 

BUREAUCRATIC PLUNDER 

•The same unsightly BEAST- 
BURGER KING ll?00 WEST CLUB BLVD. I 

MAN ESCAPES AFTER ARMED ROBBERY 

RESTAURANT ROBBFR ESCAPES 

BURGER KING (U.S.! 

THEY PLACE AD TO WIN GAME 

BURGLARY 

SEE ROBPERY, DURHAM 

SEE ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ROBBERY, U.S. 

BURGLARY RING 

SEE ALSO BOBBERY, DURHAM 

U.S. ATTORNEY TO PROSECUTE EIGHT GYPSIES 
GYPSIES MAY BE INVOLVED IN EAST COAST THEFT RING 
OFFICERS SAY COPPER THEFT RING CRACKED 
POLICE CHARGE 3 IN ThEFT 

ring may be stealing lawnmowers 

Burials 

see funerals 

Burke CO., n.c. 

BABY girl oies in burke blaze 

Burlington, n.c. 

see also miss burlington pageant 
see also spring fling 

woman suing officials 

judge to hear arguments this morning 

old carrousel's restoration urged 

mall's anniversary observed 

3r0 generation takes oath at moose lodge 

apology shows class 

burlington is getting tricot plant 

arrest made acter slaying in burlington 

drive started to preserve burlington park carousel 

two painters survive shock 

pledges to be taken 

burlington to review paving contracts 

contractor is banned from bidding in georgia 

burlington, n.c, budget 

see also burlington city council, oudget 
burlington budget hearing set 
proposed pay raises trimmed in burlington 
burlington ok s budget 

burlington, n.c, christmas parade 
burlington parade nov. 21 

BURLINGTON, N.C, CITY EMPLOYEES, SALARIES 

PROPOSED PAY RAISES TRIMMED IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, ELECTIONS 

III tl-S2 J'-i^f^f COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 

ALAMANCE ELECTIONS GENERATING INTEREST 

BURLINGTON RACES DRAW CANDIDATES 

BARBOUR SEEKING HE-ELECTION 

BURLINGTON TO HAVE PRIMARY FOR COUNCIL 

BURLINGTON TO HAVE PRIMARY FOR MAYOR 

BALLOTS TO BE CAST TUESDAY IN THREE AREA CITIES 

BUBLINGTQN, HFNOERSON, BOXBORO TO vnT( TODAY 

S^':^;'^'"°9'-*"'^° -ITCH LOSES MORGANTON MAYOR'S RACE 

MOWE OUT OF fuRLINGTON RACE 

BROCK SAYS AO MAY HAVE VIOLATED LAWS 

CANDIDATES' SESSION PLANNED 

7 ALAMANCE MUNICIPALITIES TO MOLD ELECTIONS TUESDAY 

KETChUM wins in BURLINGTON 

iX'li'^iA^i'!"^ CHAMBER BACKED HIS OPPONENT 

NO PROSECUTION SLATED ON POLITICAL AD 

BURLINGTON, N.C, HAZARDOUS WASTES DISPOSAL 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL and STORAGE 
SOME REVISIONS URGED IN PROPOSED ORDINANCE 

BURLINGTON, N.C, LIBRARIES 

SEE ALSO MAY MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

PROPOSED PAY BaISES TRIMMED IN BURLINGTON 
ADDITION TO LIBRARY IS BEING COMPLETED 

BURLINGTON, N.C.. MAYOR'S OFFICE 
BARBOUR SEEKING RE-ELECTION 
BURLINGTON TO HAVE PRIMARY FOR MAYOR 



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H60 


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H60 


H 1 


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BiHOrS TO BE CAST TUESDAY I. 
nOlZE OUT JF ^UBLINOTON RACE 



IN THREE AREA CITIES 



^T';[iS:;!r-3S^ciS:!crT?^r?0 .DLO elections TUESOAY 

sn prosecution slated on political ao 

BURLINGTON. N,? ;; ..-;^E«„ .NO SE WER^PROPOS.L ^^ ^^^^^ 



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nuRLlNGTON. N.C.. WATER TREATMENT PLANT 
" '• fEES niSPUIE HOLDING UP PROJECT 

«upllngton artist league 

'^!l5^"rrS;1Il'-s «'e's;crat,on urged 

""»UfJSSL^KS!^;rL?;r?HRISTHAS parade 

'"■"■' bSrL I NGtJn council RAISES SOME PEES ON BUILDING RENTALS ANO RECREAtlON 
hOMAN suing OFFICIALS 

gbSL^lSrTgii^l^iis'^lcTS «fT? IN LEAVING COG 
BURLINGTON POLICE APPLYING FOR GRANT 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. BUD'^tT 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON. N.C.. BUDGET 
BURLINGTON BUDGET HEARING SET 
PROPOSED PAY RilSES TRINNED IN auOLlNCTON 
BURLINGTON OKS BUDGET 

auRLINGTON CITY C OUNC I L . £ LEG T I ON S 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY aOARO OF ELECTIONS 

SEE ALST BURLINGTON. N.C.. ELECTIONS 

BURLINGTON RACES DRA.* '^»'<° ' 2il '5 „,„r . , 

BURL NGTON TO HAVE PRIMARY FOR COUNCIL 

BURL NGTON TO HAVE PRIMARY FOR "AYOR ,,,,=£ 

BALLOTS TO BE CAST TUESDAY IN THREE AREA CITIES 

MOl'E OUT OF BURLINGTON RACE 

^7*iEl°Mi;!rH5^^^i?AL^TtEf ?0 HOLD ELECTIONS TUESDAY 

KETCHUM UINS in auRLINGTON 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. HEMBER REPLACEMENT 
BOARD TO FILL 3 VACANCIES 
GUTHRIE GETS COUNCIL SEAT 

BURLINGTON CITY^PARK^ PRESERVE BURLINGTON PARK CAROUSEL 

BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOL BOARD ^,„... 
BURLINGTON SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED 

BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOLS ,,„,e„ 

auRLINGTON SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED 
BURLINGTON SCHOOLS TO OPEN THURSDAY 

BU'LINGTON DOMESTICS (DURHAM COUNTY I 
FIRM LOSES POWER 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES , „^ ^^..-c 
COURT HEARS BROWN LUNG ARGUMENTS 
BI ACQUIRES BEAUNIT CORP. 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES AWARDED 121 MILLION 
BI DIRECTORS DECLARE DIVIDEND ,„„„, 
EARNINGS: REVENUES UP FOR KENAN TRANSPORT 
BI TO BUY LIBERTY PLANT . ^ 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES APPEALS RULING 
MILL POSTS PAY RAISE REJECTED BY UNION 
WATER VIOLATIONS ARE ALLEGED 
WORK TO BEGIN AT LIBERTY PLANT 

BURLINGTON NDUSTRIES MAY SELL HOSIERY PLANTS 
N.C. SUPREME COURT OVERTURNS RULING ON BROWN LUNG 
BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES PRAISES RULING „_„.., 
BLAST AT KERNERSVILLE PLANT INJURES 2 PEOPLE 
NEW MACHINES FIGHTING JE} J IL E I MPOR J S 
TECHNOLOGY, IMPORTS CUT TEXTILE JOBS 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES, EMPLOYEES ,.„-- ,ncc 
J. P. STEVENS RESHAPING may BRING LARGE LOSS 

auRLINGTON INDUSTRIES. HOSIERY L SOCK DIVISION 

BURLINGTON INflUSTRIES SIGNS LETTER OF INTENT 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES. SALES AND EARNINGS 
at REPORTS ITS EARNINGS ARE UP 

BURLINGTON POLICE CLUB 

POLICE CLUB PLANS BARBECUE 

BURLINGTON POLICE OEPT. ,,,,„ 

DECLINE IN JUVENILE CRIME CITED 
SILENT WITNESS CALLED A SUCCESS 
SURRENDER TO POLICE , , 

TWO HOLE BURLINGTON MAN CAPTIVE AT USED CAR LOT 
BURLINGTON POLICE APPLYING FOR GRANT 

'""''"BSJ^jNG^T'oS^'oiS^fTAiyi^SOME FEES ON BUILDING RENTALS ANO RECREATION 
BURLINGTON SPRING FLING SET 
OANCE CLASS TO BE OFFERED 

BURLINGTON SHRINE CLUB 

SEE ALSO ShRINERS. N.C. 

FISH FRY TO BE HELD TODAY 

""■"■■Ktli^AUS^a-.S^? J!5lt5|a''ES?iMENTS, N.C. JUDGE SAYS 

BURLINGTON TOWN COUNCIL 

SEE BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL 

BURLINGTON WRITERS CLUB 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, N.C. 
A JUDGE LEARNS A LESSON 

BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
CHAMBER TO LOOK AT FEDERAL FUNDS 
ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS RAP TWO BILLS 
FORUM APPLICATIONS SOUGHT 
ANNUAL ALAMANCE FARM TOUR SLATED 



H 1 5/20/81 C 1 





5/06/81 C I 


N 




5/U/fll B 1 


N 




5/20/fll C I 


N 




6/19/91 e 1 


N H60 




a/Q5/8l C 1 


N 



1 6/03/81 8 1 
1 6/10/91 B 1 
I 6/17/Bl C 1 



8/l')/61 
9/0'./Bl 
9/05/81 



H 1 10/03/81 
H 1 10/07/81 
H 1 10/28/81 
H 1 10/31/81 
H 1 ll/Oii/Sl 



H 1 6/13/91 e 1 
H 1 12/02/81 8 1 



S 2 12/21/81 A 10 



H I 


5/ <./81 


B 1 


H 1 


5/ 1/91 


8 1 


H 2 


6/ 3/81 


A 1 


H 2 


6/ 3/81 


B 1 


H 1 


9/05/81 


C 1 



N 



H 1 7/25/81 C 1 N H60 
H 2 6/20/91 6 1 N H60 



H 2 6/20/91 B 1 N H60 
H 1 9/21/81 B 1 N 



H 


2 


5/l<./91 


A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


6/11/81 


C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


6/17/91 


A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


7/25/81 


A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/09/91 





12 


N 


H 


2 


a/13/»l 


A 


Z2 


N 


s 


2 


9/25/81 


B 


7 


N 


H 


1 


9/26/81 


e 


1 


N 


H 


1 


9/16/91 


a 


I 


N 


H 


1 


9/30/91 


a 


1 


N 


H 


2 


10/03/81 


A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


10/07/81 


e 


6 


N 


s 


2 


10/09/91 


A 


5 


N 


s 


2 


11/23/91 


A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


12/07/91 


A 


9 


N 


s 


2 


12/09/81 


c 


13 


N 



S 2 9/07/91 A 3 N 
H I 10/23/91 a 1 N 
H 1 7/17/81 B 1 N 



H 1 U/l'./Sl a 1 



N 



I 5/06/91 C 1 
1 5/22/91 B 1 
1 10/20/81 C 1 



H 1 10/16/81 B 1 



S 2 5/l<./81 A 



H J 5/18/91 A « U G33 



H 1 

H 1 

H 1 

H 1 



5/26/81 
6/03/81 
6/17/81 
6/19/91 



N H60 

N 

N 



« N T H L 



/ A N N u * L 



INDEX 
15/31781 



saujecTs 



P»CE ?8 
l?10/Bi 



CIVIC 0IHFCTU8V PREPAReO 

ALAXANCE V0TE5 AGAINST MOVING ECONO-IC POST 

NEu INDUSTRY SAID CrlMING TO ALAMANCE 

CUTS IN FEDERAL SPENDING SEEN POSSIBLE 

ALAMANCE SEEKS TALUS ON ECDNO'lIC PROGRAM 

BARBOUR CHARGES CHAMBER BACKED his OPPONENT 

ALAMANCE Chamber TO DEDICATE OFFICES 

NEW OFFICES DEDICATED BY ALAMANCE CHAMBER 

INDUSTRIAL TOUR SCHEDULED 

ALAMANCE CHAMBER SETS MEMBERSHIP 'BLITZ' 

CHAMBER SETS ANNUAL MEETING 

BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM 
SEE ALAMANCE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 

BURLINGTON/GRAHAM ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 
SEE ALSO ABC SrrpFS 

A1C STORE SLATED FOR MfBANE AREA 

^URN CENTER, N.C. JAYCEES 
SEE ALSO N.C. JAYCEES 

N.C. JAYCEES SURVIVE ROUGH YEAR 
JAYCEES CHEE.( END TO 'JAMSCAM' SCANDAL 
FORMER JAYCEE LEADER ENTERS PLEA OF GUILTY 

BURN VICTIMS 

LIGHTER EJPLOOES. BURNS ELDERLY MAN 
LO.<RY DIES FROM BURNS 

MAN, 79, Burned oy lighter dies 

CHATHAM MAN DIES 

BURNING PERMITS 

SEE ALSO FIBESi DURHAM 

SEE ALSO FIRES, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO FOREST FIRES 

BURNING BAN REINSTATED IN EASTERN N.C. 

DRY CONDITIONS MAKE OUTDOOR BURNING RISKY 

IT'S TOO ORY FOR "URNING 

LAM Changes ON BURNING PERMITS 

nine grass fires reported in durham area 

Burroughs corp. 

city considers new computer 

committee votfs to trade in old city computer 

councilmen query need for new computer system 

durham to get new computer 

earnings: first union reports huge gain in third quarter 

burroughs wellcome 

generic drug ruling upheld 

BURROUGHS JELLCDME APPOINTS THREE SCIENTISTS TO NEW POSTS 

DUKE TO GIVE 15 CANCER PATIENTS INTERFERON 

OR. ELION GETS CHEMIST AWARD 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME NAMES NEW hcAO OF OPERATIONS 

BURROUGHS wFCLCOME PROMOTES SULLIVAN 

RTP SCIENTISTS DEVELOPED DRUG THAT MAY FIGHT HERPES 

HOPE FOR HERPES VICTIMS 

3 GET PROMOTIONS AT RTP DRUG FIRM 

TILSQN GETS iURRQUGHS WELLCOME POST 

GENETIC RESEARCH ON INCREASE IN N.C. 

HERPES DRUG BREAKTHROUGH EXCITES MEDICAL RESEARCHERS 

MILK M»Y CONTAIN TRACES OF MORPHINE 

FIRMS VIE FOR FITNESS AWARD 

DURHAM HAS A 'BRAINSTORM' 

GRANT TO AID NCCU MATH CENTER 

RTP FIR- GETS NEW PRESIDENT 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME TO GET NEW CHAIRMAN 

COE: 40 YEARS BROUGHT 'EXPLOSION' IN DRUG INDUSTRY 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME, SCHOLARSHIPS 
SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME FUND 

GRANT TO AID SCIENCE TEACHERS 

BURTON SCHOOL 

PROJECTS DISPLAYED 
POLICE PROBING BREAK-INS 
^ GUNMEN TIE, ROB VICTIM 
SAILING AGAIN 

Bus DRIVERS 

SEE ACCIDENTS, BUSES 
SFE DURHAM, N.C, BUSES 
SEE SCHOOL Bus DRIVERS 
SEE IRAILWAYS BUS 

BUS FARES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C BUSES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, BUS STUDY COMMITTEE 

FARE HIKE APPROVED FOR DURHAM BUSES 

BUS RATE HIKE APPROVAL FUELS CITIZEN'S CRITICISM 

Chapel hill may mIkE BUS FARES 

NOTICE OF TRANSIT INCREASE 

CITY Pus FARES TO INCREASE 

BUSES LINE UP 

Bus FARES INCREASE SATURDAY 

BUS Safety 

SEE ACCIDENTS, "USES 

SEE ACCIDENTS, SCHOOL BUSES 

BUS SCHEDULES 

SEE DURHAM, N.C BUS SCHEDULES 

BUS Shelters 

SEE ALSO Durham, N.C, PUSES 

see also DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, BUS STUDY COMMITTEE 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN APPROVE INSTALLATION OF BUS SHELTERS 

BUS STATION 

SEE Durham union BUS STATION 

"USES, DURHAM 

SEE BUS SHELTERS 

SEE DURHAM, N.C BUSES 

BUSES, N.C. (CITY BUSESI 

GREENSBORO BUS SYSTEM GETS AWARD 
TWO BUS DRIVERS ARE FIRED 

BUSINESS EXECUTIVES 

SEE ALSO SCORE (SERVICE CORPS OF RETIRED BUSINESS EXECUTIVES! 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, BUSINESSES 

BUSINESSWOMEN BUILD NEW NETWORK OF CONTACTS 

BUSINESS INDEX, N.C. 



N F 




s 

E 


I 
1 


T 

Y 




P D 


DATE 


C PG L 


P 


BYL 


H I 


6/l<>/Pl 


a 




N 




H I 


»/oi/ai 


B 




N 




H I 


9/09/81 


B 




N 


HhO 


H I 


J/Z3/81 


a 




N 


Hh(l 


H 1 


11/03/91 


B 




N 


H60 


H I 


11/05/91 


B 




N 


H60 


H I 


11/14/81 


6 




N 




H I 


11/ 7/Sl 


a 


p 


N 


H60 


H 1 


11/ 9/81 


r 




N 




H I 


12/ 5/81 


rt 




N 




H 1 


la/Zi/Sl 






N 





H J 10/29/91 B I 



5/25/91 
6/01/91 
t./09/ai 



H 2 8/25/81 A 1 

S 2 8/25/91 B 1 

H 2 3/26/91 8 1 

H 2 12/02/81 B 1 



H 1 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



5/01/81 B 1 

11/20/81 A 1 

11/21/91 B 1 

11/22/91 A n 

U/22/91 C 3 



H 2 9/06/91 B 1 N W36 

H 2 8/07/91 B ". N W36 

S 2 8/07/81 2 I N K90 

S 2 9/19/91 AH N 

H 2 10/19/91 Oil N 



H 2 


5/13/81 








N 




H 2 


5/17/91 




22 


p 


U 




H 2 


6/05/91 








N 




H 2 


6/07/81 




19 


P 


N 




H 2 


6/23/81 








N 




S 2 


6/27/91 








N 




S 2 


7/09/91 








N 




H 2 


7/12/91 








E 




S 2 


7/13/91 








N 




H 2 


7/19/81 




25 


P 


N 




H 2 


7/29/81 








N 




S 2 


7/29/81 




l-. 




U 




M 2 


9/15/91 








N 




S 2 


9/18/91 








N 


S93 


S 2 


10/09/91 






P 


F 


B71 


5 2 


10/12/91 








N 




H 2 


ll/2<./81 






p 


N 




S 2 


1 l/2'./81 






p 


N 




H 2 


11/26/91 


B 


1 




F 


W2'. 



H 2 7/17/81 9 P P R91 



H 2 5/10/91 D 1 3 P N 



5/2';/81 
U/19/81 
U/30/81 
12/09/81 



H 




5/23/91 


A 


N 






5/23/81 


A 


N 054 






6/05/91 


A 1 


N E46 






7/21/91 


B 


A 






7/22/91 


r 


N 






7/29/91 


c 


P P T37 






7/30/81 


a 


N 



H 2 9/03/91 C 9 N H6e 



H 2 5/05/91 A 6 N 
H 2 11/01/91 A 7 N 



H 2 6/07/81 10 P F F79 



""'•■"--"'" 



MONTHLY/* 



INDEX 
12/31/81 



S U B J E C 



SUi>VE» SHn,<S npTlHtSTIC INVESTUFNI ATTITUDE 
?;i^jrUo;'s"TliriE?rlc"n"N^rirpS^bEO SLIGHTLr OOMNG M.y 

BUSINESS ACTIVITY CnNTIMUES DECLINE 

5^?:V3^Ufst^?'T!il}Y%OST5 OCTOBER INCREASE 
SERVICES, GOVERNMENT BOOST N.C. EMPLOYHfNT 

"USINESS LOANS 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 

LOAN CORPORATION PROPOSED 

BUSINESSES. BLACK-OKNtO ^,,^, 
SEE BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

BUSINESSES. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSn BUSINESSES. SMALL 

SEE ALSO ChR ISTmaS. sales 

SEE ALSO CLERKS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DOWNTOWN DURHAM HISTORIC DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUJUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO nuRHAM BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CHAIN 

SEE ALSO RETAIL SALES. DURHAM 

"survey sSowS OPTIMISTIC investment ATTITUDE 

ALL-ELECTRIC PHONE SYSTEM STARTS JUNE 27 

CCa NAMES THREE DIRECTORS 

DURHAM SALES UP 20» ,,,,^„, 

NCN8 PROMOTES THkEE TRIANGLE OfFICERS 

DURHAM REALTY FIRM BECOMES P IC KETT/ SPROUSE n,,a„,M 

allied corp. makes offer tu buy company with plant in durham 
sputmchem inc. observes grand opening „,„_,„„ 
realty firm mlres former city pl anni ng 1 rec tor 

RTI STAFF MEMBERS RECOGNIZED FOR SERVICE 

FORMER MANAGER 'I LCM IS PROMOTED AT PHILIP MORRIS 

TROXLER GETS AWARD 

GTE ANNOUNCES MANAGEMENT CHANGES 

SANFORD RE-ELFCTEO TO ITT 

BRIGhTLEAF adds TWO TENANTS 

STATE CREDIT UNION OPENS NEW BUILDING 

DATAFLOW PLANS EXPANSION 

GTE NAMFS ACCOUNTING HEAD 

BURROUGHS wELLCOMf ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS 

GE CENTER MANAGER NAMED 

BLUE CROSS HONORS EIGHT EMPLOYEES 

RESTAURANT AND OPTICAL STORE OPEN IN DURHAM 

RECORD LABEL MANAGER NA»ED 

BURROUGHS WFLLCOME PROMOTES SULLIVAN 

IMPORT-EXPORT FIRM STARTED , , „ „ 

DURHAM MAN ELECTED HEAD N.C. INSURANCE GROUP 

NEW BUSINESS ERA EXCITES NINTH STREET MERCHANTS 

WHEN IS THE HOLIDAY? THAT DEPENDS ON YOUR BOSS 

SPARGER REPLACES ROGERS ON S C L BOARD 

ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS NAMED AT RTI CENTER 

BUILDING RENOVATION TEAM WINS AWARD 

NATURAL GAS UTILITY PUSHES GAS. OIL SEARCH 

STATE'S BLUE CROSS PLAN FIRST TO COMPUTERIZE CLAIMS WORK 

3 GET PROMOTIONS AT RTP DRUG FIRM 

REACTION MIXED TO -SAMPLER' PHONE CAMPAIGN 

UNC ENROLLS YOUNG EXECUTIVES IN PROGRAM 

UNITED ADDS FLIGHTS FRO" RALEIGH-DURHAM 

TILSON GETS BURROUGHS WELLCOME POST 

DURHAM ARCHITECTURAL FIRM CHANGES NAME 

DELEGATION TO TALK TO LEGISLATORS 

SOUTH SOUARE TO GET THREE NEW STORES 

GENERAL TELEPHONE TO OPEN NEW OFFICE 

LIBRARY PUBLISHES BUSINESS INDEX ,, , , 

STRONGER PRIVATE SECTOR HELPS ECONOMY, EAST SAYS 

WASHINGTON HEARS DURHAM'S NEEDS 

MEETING hITh HELMS 'DOWN HOME' SESSION 

CCB TO PUIlD RRanCh bank In BETHESDA 

DELEGATION ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT MEETING 

N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY SLUGGISH DURING JUNE 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK PROMOTES 3 EMPLOYEES 

3 EXECUTIVES WILL SERVE ON DUKE BOARD 

CHEMICALS USED Chip manufacture studied 

ROXBORO FIRM PLANS WORLDWIDE MARKETING 
EARNINGS: REVENUES UP FOR KENAN TRANSPORT 
SEMICONDUCTOR PROTECTION STUDY PLANNED 
HISTORY OF A BUSINESS TROUBLED By CRIME 
WESTMORELAND TO HEAD CCB IN ROXBORO 
OFFICF CONDOMINIUMS TO BE BUILT NEAR RTP 
DURHA- OPTICAL CO. MOVES TO CENTRAL MEDICAL PARK 
DURHAM RANKS ".TH IN NEW CONSTRUCTION STARTS 
MICA PLANS MASSIVE FUEL ADDITIVE VENTURE 

1 REAL ESTATE FIRM BUYS ANOTHER ,,, 

DURHAM COMPANY IS ACCUSED OF FALSE ADVERTISING PRACTICES 

FINANCING HOLDS UP PROJECT 

N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY DOWN LAST MONTH 

N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY DROPS FURTHER IN JULY 

SEMINAR ON INVESTING SCHEDULED 

NON-RESIDENTIAL aUILDING CONTRACTS INCREASE 

CONSTRUCTION IN N.C. MAKES BIG GAINS IN JULY „„^..,„^ 

BULL CITY RUGS ANNOUNCES THEIR tlOO.ODO GRAND OPENING 

BLUE CROSS NAMES GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS DIRECTOR 

SOLAR TO BE PUSHED IN N.C. HOME WEEK 

DURHAM FIRM. BRAZIL DISCUSS FUEL ADDITIVE 

UNEMPLOYMENT DOWN IN TRIANGLE IN MID-JULY 

STABLE EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOK FORECAST 

DEVELOPER PLANS TO OPEN BRIGHTLEAF BY OCT. 

BUSINESS RESTORES LIFE TO LITTLE FIVE POINTS , , . 

LITTLE FIVE POINTS RENEWAL FUNDING NOT YET ALLOCATED 

CCB PROMOTES O'BRIAN TO VICE PRESIDENT 

ENERGY SEMINARS SLATED 

STABLE EMPLOYMENT PREDICTED IN DURHAM 

PARMER APPOINTED TO MICA POST 

N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY DOWN IN AUGUST 

SMALL FIRMS HELPED IN SELLING TO STATE 

NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CONTRACTS UP 

BREAKING NEW GROUND 

SMALL BUSINESSES GET ADVICE ON CUSTOMER CREDIT 

FAIR JOINS MICROELECTRONICS CENTER 

NOMINATIONS MADE FOR MERCHANTS BOARD 

WACHOVIA REPORTS 26. 3t RISE IN INCOME 

DOWNTOWN STORE MAY GO OUT OF BUSINESS 

DOWNTOWN DURHAM BUSINESS MAY CLOSE 

CHRISTIAN ETHICS GUIDE DURHAM KAN'S BUSINESS 

ACCOUNTING FIRM GIVES DUKE 425,000 GRANT 

TRIANGLE JOBLESS RATE DECREASES IN AUGUST 

NORTH OUKF mall TO BE FILLED WITH OUTLETS 

OEBETHIZY JOINS TOXICOLOGY INSTITUTE 

MANUFACTURED HOME PRODUCTION UP 2bX 

FIRMS OPEN TO SELL MAKEUP, MQV E FREIGHT 



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5 


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DATE 


C PC 


L 


P BYL 






5/D2/81 


A 2 




N 






5/31/81 


11 


C 


N 






7/D2/81 


A 10 




N 






3/02/81 


D ID 




N 






8/3D/81 


D 10 




N 






10/D<./81 


D 1 1 


c 


N 






ll/08/fll 


D 10 




N 




2 


12/05/81 


A 20 


p 


N 




2 


12/06/81 


D t 


c 


N 





H 2 11/20/81 C 10 



S 2 


5/02/81 A 


2 N 




H 2 


5/03/81 D 


11 N 




H 2 


5/03/81 D 


12 N 




S 2 


5/08/81 A 


1 N 


<90 


S 2 


5/09/81 A 


2 N 




H 2 


5/10/81 D 


12 N 




H 2 


5/l<./91 A 


9 N 




S 2 


5/16/81 A 


2 N 




H 2 


5/17/8 D 


11 P N 




S 2 


5/23/81 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


5/2<./8 D 


11 P N 




H 2 


5/2<./81 


11 N 




S 2 


5/30/81 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


5/31/81 D 


ID N 




H 2 


6/03/81 A 


11 N 




S 2 


6/06/81 A 


2 N 




H 2 


6/07/81 D 


11 N 




H 2 


6/D7/81 D 


11 N 




S 2 


6/13/81 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


6/l<./11 C 


3 N 




S 2 


6/20/91 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


6/21/81 


11 N 




H 2 


6/21/81 D 


I 1 P N 




S 2 


6/27/81 A 


2 N 




H 2 


6/28/81 


10 N 




H 2 


6/28/91 


U P N 




5 2 


7/02/91 A 


1 N 


K90 


H 2 


7/03/81 B 


1 N 




S 2 


T/O'i/ai A 


2 P N 




H 2 


7/05/91 


9 P N 




S 2 


7/11/81 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


7/12/81 A 


20 N 




H 2 


7/12/81 D 


10 P N 




S 2 


7/13/81 A 


5 N 




H 2 


7/18/81 D 


4 N 


MQ4 


S 2 


7/19/81 A 


2 N 




H 2 


7/19/81 A 


i2 N 




H 2 


7/19/81 A 


25 P N 




S 2 


7/20/91 A 


9 N 




S 2 


7/2<./81 C 


1 N 


S93 


S 2 


7/25/91 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


7/26/81 A 


22 N 




S 2 


7/27/91 A 


8 N 




5 2 


7/30/91 A 


1 N 


583 


H 2 


7/31/91 A 


1 N 


F78 


S 2 


7/31/81 A 


1 N 


sa3 


S 2 


9/01/81 A 


' P N 




S 2 


8/01/81 A 


3 N 


533 


H 7 


9/02/91 


10 N 




S 2 


8/03/81 A 


3 N 




S 2 


3/08/81 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


3/09/81 D 


10 N 




H 2 


8/09/81 D 


11 N 




H 2 


9/09/81 


12 N 




S 2 


a/10/81 A 


5 N 




H 2 


8/12/91 A 


4 L 




S 2 


a/15/91 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


8/16/91 D 


ID N 




S 2 


8/17/81 A 


8 N 




S 2 


a/22/81 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


3/23/91 


10 N 




S 2 


9/24/81 A 


3 N 




H 2 


9/25/91 A 


10 N 




S 2 


9/28/81 C 


1 N 


S33 


S 2 


a/29/81 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


3/30/81 D 


10 N 




S 2 


8/31/81 A 


3 N 




S 2 


9/05/81 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


9/06/81 D 


10 N 




H 2 


9/10/81 A 


22 A 




S 2 


9/12/81 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


9/13/81 


10 N 




S 2 


9/19/81 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


9/20/81 C 


3 N 




S 2 


9/21/81 A 


3 N 




H 2 


9/24/81 a 


1 N 


F78 


S 2 


9/2'>/91 A 


I P N 


K90 


S 2 


9/25/81 A 


1 P N 


K90 


S 2 


9/26/81 A 


2 P N 




S 2 


9/26/81 A 


2 N 


S83 


H 2 


9/27/81 D 


10 N 




S 2 


9/28/81 A 


5 N 




S 2 


10/03/81 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


10/0'i/91 D 


10 N 




S 2 


10/05/81 A 


5 N 




S 2 


10/06/81 A 


4 E 




H 2 


10/08/81 A 


16 N 


F78 


5 2 


10/ 0/91 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


10/11/81 D 


10 N 




S 2 


10/ 2/ai A 


5 N 




H 2 


10/15/81 A 


14 N 




S 2 


10/15/81 a 


3 N 




S 2 


10/15/81 C 


10 P F 




S 2 


10/17/81 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


10/18/81 D 


10/ N 




H 2 


10/18/81 


10 P F 


F7e 


S 2 


10/19/81 A 


5 N 




S 2 


10/24/81 A 


2 P N 




H 2 


10/25/81 


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INDEX 
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■AGE 60 
l/lQ/8i 



EidXINGS/DIVIOENDS 

iTKINSt "«*0 GET SE«TS ON ««CHOVI» BGABO 

N.C. ?USINESS «CTIvITY UP SLIGHTLY LAST "ONTH 

OfFICE CCNDQHIMu''S BEING BUILT DOWNTOWN 

■OuBhaw PBCOUCTS* hEanS H0T2BS 

AUTQLINE "AY HELP CAflt TRUCK 0»NtaS 

PBOGSAH LINKS SCmOOlSi F I^IMS 

CO-OP PBOGRAM LOSES TAX CREDITS 

OURHAW-RALEIGH NONRESIDENTIAL 3UILDING CONTRACTS RISE 80X 

BUILDING IN TBIanGlF RISES IN 5FPTEH9ER 

EARNINGS/DIVIIENGS: JEFFERSON- PILOT EARNINGS RISE FOR FIRST NINE "ONTHS 

2 OURham INSURANCE AGENTS RECEIVE i«»ROS 

Durham firms MNAt,4RE OF FEDERAL Tax 3«£ak 

SCIENCE AND MATH SCHOOL SOLICITS BUSINESS SUPPORT 

MATH SCHOOL OPENS 1400.000 Campaign 

durha" merchant predicts holiday sales to be excellent 

seminar set f""r merchants 

multifa»*ily Dwellings show july gains 

3url ingtcn-sascd laboratory expands 

coulter on landscape architects board 

the stealing season 

annual HOLIDAY PARADE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 3:00 P.M. 

DURHAM Businessmen question new school policy on truancy 

CARDS SAFER for MERCHANTS 

SPERRY CDNTRiauTED TO SPACE SHUTTLE 'ARM' 
DURHAM 'MY SHOP" RENOVATED AS DF-^ICES 
BRIGhTlEaF S3UARE SCHEDULES FESTIVAL 

■Tis the season to be wary 

9 DURHA" RESIDENTS ATTEND MANAGEMENT SE'-INAR 
AT NORTH nu* £ M4LL* FOUR NEW STORES OPEN 

ELEN'S Shop OFFERS JEANS. OR a 75,000 kIlOwATT TIE 

JOhNSON CN UNIVERSITY BOARD 

TWO DURHAM STORES WILL CLOSE SATURDAY 

A c p TO Close 2 ouRham stores 

N.C. »USINESS ACTIVITY POSTS OCTOBER INCREASE 
HOME SECURITY APPOINTS VP 

8 COMPLETE CREDIT BUREAU CERTIFICATION ExamS 
WEST DURHAM PLAGuEO BY BREAK-INS 

TRIANGLE Building contracts dru? sat in october 

BUILDING IN TRIANGLE FALTERS DURING OCTOBER 

J'.-HOUR Child care service to OPEN 

ROSE'S TO CLOSE GOwNTOwN STORE 

SOME Durham hfrchants say CHRISTMAS SALES ABE GOOD 

OO-NTOwN ROSE'S STORE wiLL CLOSE 

DURHAM Employers foresee slow job market 

N.C. ENGINEERS SEE 1992 AS LACKLUSTER 
SPORLEOER gets new gen TEL POST 

IT'S 4 ROUGH TI-E FOR CLERKS AS WELL AS SHOPPERS 
BUSINESSES 'EGIN CLOSING THURSDAY FOR YULE 
SHOPPING RUSH EASES MERCHANTS' ANXIETIES 

DURHAM Shoppers crowd malls in post-holiday buying sprees 
h2m= Savings c loan elects twd new officers 
FIRM introduces line of computer software 

PnsT-CHR ISTM4S SALES GOOO IN DuRhAM 
BUSINESS BRIEFS 

BUSINESSES. Durham, ARTS SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. arts SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. U.S.. ARTS SUPPORT 

BUSINESSMEN LOOK TO ARTS IN DURHAM 

BUSINESSES. Durham, CLOSINGS 

ROSE'S TO CLOSE DOWNTOWN STORE 
DOwNTOwN ROSE'S STORE WILL CLOSE 

BUSINESSES, riURHAM, LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. J.S.. LAYOFFS 

7D LAID GFF Af M[CA 

FIR- LAYS OFF 70 EMPLOYEES 

LCM OFFICIAL SAYS SALES BETTER. DENIES SHUTDOWN 

MOTT DENIES REPORTS COMPANY SLOWLY CLOSING 

EPA TO jiE, MOVE 35 JOBS FROM PARK 

10 EPA WORKERS TO LOSE trIanGL= JOBS 

Businesses. Durham, sales and earnings 

earnings: revenues up fdr kenan transport 
durham retail sales strong 

DURHAM -ERChanIS RECORD BRISK SALES 

BUSINESSES. EMPLOYEE OwNEO 
WORKERS BECOME OWNERS: 



LAWYER TELLS E-PLOYEES hOw TO BUY FACTORIES 



BUSINESSES. N.C 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN INVESTORS 

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

see also ho"e-baseo businesses 

see also industrial oevelop-ent, n.c 

see also n.c. industries 

see also n.c state goals and policy board 

Business activity dips during april 

81 acouires 3eaunit corp. 

FARM-tNDuSTflY TOuR PLANNED 

♦8 YEARS OF jEwFlRt MAKING 

ROXBOflO FIRM PLANS WUBLOWIDE M4R»eriNG 

36N6FLEX TO L'JT SOME WORKERS SELECT BENEFITS 

ACCOUNTANTS SEE RISE IN BUSINESS FRO-« TAX LAwS 

MUSICAL SHOPS: Businesses move in and out of m. franklin storefronts 
N.C BUSINESS activity drops Further in july 

JUDGE ISSUES RESTRAINING ORDERS AGAINST 2 COMPANIES 
FIRMS VIE FOR FITNESS AWARD 
N.C BuSlNESS-EN BACK REAGAN 

N.C. Business activity cown in august 

store catering to deaf opens in wnrganton 

business activity continues decline 

earnings: first union reports huge gain in third 3uarter 

workers become owners: lawyer tells employees how to buy factories 

grand union closes store 

balloons 'n' tunes for fun 'n' profit 

n.c -erchanis get the jitters 

polish-owneo firm operates normally 

in spite of handicaps, the world is theirs... 

businesses. n.c. arts support 

see also arts. n.c 

see also "usinesses. durham, arts support 

see also businesses. u.s.. arts support 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S BUSINESS COUNCIL ON The ARTS AND HUMANITIES 
NOTED PATRON TO AODRESS ARTS COUNCIL 

BUSINESSES. N.C. CRIMES ON PREMISES 

SEE ALSO CRIMES. N.C ISEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CRI"ESI 
FIRMS CAN BE CITED FOR CRIMES ON PREMISES 

BUSINESSES. N.C. FAILURES 

MUSICAL SHtJPS: BUSINESSES MOVE IN ANO OUT 



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M 2 3/18/91 A 1 N 

H 2 9/30/81 C 1 P N H68 



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N M U A C 
5/01/31 



INDEX 
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SUBJECTS 



PAGE e>i 
1/10/82 



BUSINESS FAILURES ON RISE IN N.C. 
ftuSINESSES* N.C.t LAYQPFS 

SEE "lso Businesses, ourham, LA»oFfs 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. U.S.. LAYOFFS 
FIRM TO LAY OFF <.'?0 PEOPLE 

J. P. STEVENS RESHAPINr, MAY BRING LARGE LOSS 
FIR" TO CUT l.i^O JOBS ,„ ,.„,, 

LARGEST EMPLOYER IN JOHNSTON TO CLOSE 

55K??;%§SG£ls'?N^rc3TS SSxBOHO WORK FORCE BY 2S0 
N.C. FURNITURE INDUSTRY EXPANDS LAYOFFS 
ROxaORO LUMBER FIRM TO CLOSE NEXT YEAR 

^T.'']iiursnhT,,''ihi2n.'%'% sharply 

iR'^sN^rs'^^^SI^Hl^rS ^/n^^Sr ,ORK 
IMPORTS. INTEREST RATES CLOUD TEXTILE OUTLOOK 

BUSINESSES. N.C. PHYSICAL FITNESS 
FIRMS VIE FOR FITNESS AWARD 

BUSINESSES. N.C. REGULATIONS 

"lu?i5?S?Siil^s;???Ic'5rija3T REGULATORY CUTS 
CONFERENCE PLANS CRITICIZED 
N.C FIRMS CRITICIZE ENVIRONMENTAL RULES 

'"^'"LEGISLATORrcjNclRNED ABOUT CORPORATE TAX CUTS 
HUNT WANTS TO GIVE BUS I NE S SE S A I A X BRE AK 

ATTORNEY GENERAL-S OFFICE !»" 5TATE CAN PASS ALONG TAX BREAK 
TAX CHANGES MAY hELP N.C. FIRMS. EXPERTS SAY 



TE. SMALL BUSINESS INSTITUTE 




BUSINESSES. U.S. , , 

SEE ALSO CAREER PLANNING 
SEE ALSO CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO DISCOUNT HOUSES 
SEE ALSO FREE ENTERPRISE 
SEE ALSO FRINGE BENEFITS 
SEE ALSO INVESTORS. U.S. 
SEE ALSO MAIL-ORDER BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO MERGERS (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 
SEE ALSO TRADEMARKS 
SEE ALSa WOMEN, BUSINESSES 

NCN6 TO MERGE ..ITH SMALLER BANK 

ABSURDITY MEETS ITS MATCH 

EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS 

AVOIDING CONFRONTATION 

SOCIAL SECURITY MYOPIA 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. ARTS SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO ARTS. U.S. „,„, 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM. ARTS SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. N.C. ARTS SUPPORT 
ARTS NOT DOOMED BY CUTS. SOCIETY TOLO 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. IMAGE 

SEE ALSO CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 

MUCH "ISPERCERTION THE FAULT OF BUSINESS 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM, LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. N.C. LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO UNEMPLOYMENT. U.S. 

CALIF. PLANT CLOSING PUTS BUSINESS IN N.C. 

SMALL TOWN IN S.C HAS TRIPLE SETBACK 

LCM OFFICIAL SAYS SALES BETTER, DENIES SHUTDOWN 

""^ErA^SO COM;iT?EE'-FSR"?0?JaRATE SUPPORT OF PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES INC. 
DRIVE FOR !■> SCHOOLS STEPPED UP 
PRIVATE GIFTS GOOD INVESTMENTS 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. PROFITS 

THERE'S TRUTH IN THE OLD GENERAL MOTORS QUOTATION 
MUCH "ISPERCERTION THE FAULT OF BUSINESS 

BUSINESSES. U.S., SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 
WORLD poverty: ONE WAY TO HELP 



BUSING 

SEE SCHOOLS, 
SEE SCHOOLS, 



BUSING 
BUSING 



'PURE, DELICIOUS PRYOR' 



BUSTIN' LOOSE IFILMI 

BUSTIN' LOOSE: COMEDY IS 

"UTlER'S SHOE SHOP 

REFUGEES FROM CAMBODIA 

BUTNFR, N.C 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION AT BUTNER 
CENTER AT BUTNER "AY GET REPRIEVE 

NATIONAL GuARnS"EN IMPROVING BUTNER PROPERTY FOR TRAINING AREA 
APARTMENT CONSTRUCTION UNDER WAY 
BUTNER NEIGHBORS TOP THEM ALL 

BUTNER. N.C. Budget 

BUTNER BUDGET BOOST BACKED ,,,, 

BUDGET MEASURE INCLUDES BUTNER INSTITUTION PROJECTS 

BUTNER. N.C, Christmas parade 
BUTNER Parade set Sunday 

auTNER, N.C. STREETS 

FUNDS 10 BE SOUGHT FOR BUTNER' S STREETS 

BUDGET MEASURE INCLUDES BUTNER INSTITUTION PROJECTS 

FUND HANDLING CHANGE EYED 

"UTNFR ABC STORE 



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H 2 11/20/81 D 8 P N W66 
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M 2 7/26/61 A 9 N 
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SUBJECTS 



A8C sropf IS so'^BEO: customes mr on head 

=UTHE« PUBLIC SAFETY DEPT. 

FUUPS TO '^E SOUGHT fO« BUTNER'S STREETS 

BUTNEB WAITING FOP .(ORO ON POLICE BUILDING FUNDS 

"UTnER *fSCuE SJUAD 

auTNER 'RESCUE OAV TODAY 

Butterflies 

butterflies flutter through n. c. mountains 

-BUTTlEGGING" 

SEE CIGARETTES. 



SMUGGL ING 



-130 CAIRPLANEI 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES 
ACE NO DETERRENT 



TO C-130 PERFORMANCE 



Cat SCANNERS 

SEE SCANNERS IHfDlCAL E'JUIP'IfcNTl 

CB RADIOS 

SEE ciTiiEN BAND Radios 



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l/lO/Bi 



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N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P OYL 



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H 1 5/l<./«l e I 
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H 2 9/12/81 A 
S 2 9/2<)/ai B 



S 2 i/Ot/fll C 



N H60 

N H60 
N 

N 



SEE ALSO TELEVISION 

Ces STORY ON UNC SAID ONE-SIDEO. INCOMPLETE 

FOIOAY SAYS CPS FAILED TO SMOU TRUTH ON NCCU 

HUNT TELLS PRODUCER CBS REPORT 'UNFAIR' 

UHC. "EDIA SUFFER FRO" TELEVISION FIASCO 

DISAPPOINTING STORY 

FRITAY'S PLACK EYE ICARTOONI 

FRIDAY REQUESTS FILH CLIPS ON DESFGREG AT I ON STOPY 

FRIDAY re:uEsts tapes of interviews 

JNC OFFICIAL RAPS KURALT FOR TV SMOU 

KURAlT CRITICUfO FOK 'BIASED' REPORT 

ANOTHER TELECAST SET TODAY ON UNC 

FRIDAY SAYS hF'S SATISFIED WITH DESEGREGATION STORY 

FRIDAY SAYS TELEVISION ISSUE IS CLOSED 

CBS EATS A BIT Of CROW 

CBS OFFERS PAIR APOLOGY 

CETA 

see comprehensive employment and training act 
Chore idurham county ofpt. of social services! (acronymi 

SEE ALSO senior CITUENS 

outstanding worker 

CIGATA" (MEXICAN cigarette CO. I 
REYNOLDS SIGNS AGREEMENT 

CINE/COM (FILM CO.l 

FIRM AIDED LIBRARY GROUP 



CONOCO. INC. 

"E«PlORA HON' 



ICaR TOONl 



CONTACT DURHAM. INC. ICMILD ABUSE HuTLINEI 
SEE ALSO CALL-fOR-ACTIGN 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO HASSLE HOUSE (CRISIS HOTLINEI 

SEE ALSO Parents anonymous 

CARHINGTON POSTER wINNERS 

CONTACT TELEMINISTRY ORG AN I 2 A T I ON ( A CRONYM 1 
SEE ALSO MINISTFRS, DURHAM 

CONTACT GWFS COMPASSIiLNATE SERVICE 
EFFORTS WIN RECOGNITION 

COPE (COMMITTEE ON POLITICAL EOUCATIONI 

SEE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL QRGANI 2 A T I ONS 

CROP ( ACRQNY" J 

SEE CROP 10R0ANI2aTI0N TO RELIEVE WORLD HUNGERI 

C. A. DILLON SCHOOL 

ATHLETES HONORED AT DILLON SCHOOL 
SCHOOL HOLDS OPEN HOUSE 
SPELLS RETIRES AS TEACHER 
SCHOOL CHILDREN WILL GET GIFTS 

C. C. SPAULOING FlFHENTARY SCHOOL 
BULLISH ON DURHAM 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 
HARVEST DISPLAY 

ROLE Changing 

C. C. WOODS CONSTRUCTION CD. 

2 SITES GET BACKING FOR HOUSING 

C. G. TATE CO. 

BOARD REINSTATES 2 N.C. PAVERS 
CONVICTED BIO RIGGER'S LETTER SHOWS 



A PROFIT DESPITE FINE 



C. KNOX MASSEY SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS 

1". UNC STUOENTS WIN MASSEY GRANTS 

c. R. Duncan construction co. 

firm's financial problems said slowing roao project 

Cabarrus county, n.c. 

lead poisoning among children found in cabarrus 

cabarrus county couple vows to teach 2 children at home 

state begins lead poisoning crackdown 

beer vote scheduled in cabarrus 

pot plant tips keep cabarrus lawmen busy 

LEAD LEVELS Check SET IN CABARRUS 

CABARRUS COUNTY SCHOOLS 

CONCORD COUPLE TAKES DAUGHTER OUT OF SCHOOL 

CABBAGES 

STILL GROWING 
STILL GROWING 

CABLE NEWS NETWORK 

CABLE NEwS SUES OVER WHITE HOUSE COVERAGE 
CO-ANCHOR AT WRAL-IV JOINS CNN-2 

CABLE TELEVISION. OuRmam 

SEE CABLEVISION OF DURHAM 

CABLE TELEVISION. DURHAM COUNTY 



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H 2 U/ia/91 B 3 



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S 2 
S 2 



7/1 3/81 
7/21/81 
7/24/ni 
8/05/91 
8/22/91 
10/22/81 



8/27/91 A 16 



2 5/12/81 B 14 
2 U/21/81 A 13 



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SEE OUBHAM COUNTY. N.C.i CAPLE rELEVISION 




f-K*NRL 1 N I U'J ht-awi LflOLt IV KKIIfUiAL 
fOANKLINTON AHABDS CABLE TV CONTRACT 

CABLETRONICS OF POUGHnEEPSIE 

i<ITNESSES PAINT DARK PICTURE Of MICROELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 



CASLEVISION 


Of OU 


SEE ALSO 


ALERT 


SEE ALSO 


CABLE 


SEE ALSO 


Chape 


SEE ALSO 


DURHA 


SEE ALSO 


OUPHA 


SEE ALSO 


TELEV 


CABLEVISION 


CABLE 


TELEVI 


COMMISSIONER 


COMMISSIONER 


CABLE 


TV TO 


PROGRAMS EXP 


CABLEVISION 


CABLE 


TV PLF 


SATURN 


FLY-» 


MUSEUM 


TO BE 


SATURN 


FLY-B 


TV LEADERSHI 


CENTENNIAL E 


PANEL 


rtE ARS 


CITY PANEL. 


BOARD 


DISCUS 


BOARD 


MEMBER 


CITY 10ARO G 


CABLEV IS ION 


CABLE 


POOPOS 


DURHAM 


CABLE 


CABLE 


hEao a 


RASMUSSEN OF 



RHAM 

Cable tv 
television 

L MILL. N.C 
M CITY COUNCI 
M COUNTY, N.C 
IS ION 

rates to rise 
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ANDING 

ANNOUNCES PLA 
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FIRM TO OISCU 
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RILLS CABLEVI 
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POLOGUES FOR 
F. BACK ON BO 



N.C. 

CABLE TELEVISION 
L. CABLE TELEVISION COMMITTEE 
CABLE TELEVISION 



ELIEF FOR 1ASEP.ALL JUNKIES 

WHEN RURAL AREAS TO GET CABLE TV 
3Y CABLEVISION'S PROGRESS 
PROGRAMS 

NS TO EXPAND SERVICE 

IN COUNTY 

ET NEXT WEEK ON CABLE 

Y AT WORLD DART-THROWING MARK 

BED* MONDAY 

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RTS 

SS CABLE SE,<VICE 

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6 


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5/20/81 


B 


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F25 


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7/20/RI 


A 


N 


F30 


H 




7/21/Sl 


n 


N 


S51 


h 




a/09/fll 


A 2 


N 


P66 


s 




9/10/81 


c 


N 




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8/17/81 


c 


N 


F3n 


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a/in/81 


B 


N 


S5l 


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a/19/fli 


A 1 


P N 




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3/20/31 


A 


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a/25/81 


B = 


N 




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8/31/81 


A < 


L 




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9/15/Rl 


A I 


N 




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U/12/81 


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K90 


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11/13/81 


A 1 


N 


S51 


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U/18/91 


A 


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K90 


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11/10/81 


8 


N 


S51 


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U/IO/B 


C 


N 


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12/02/8 


A 


N 


K90 


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12/16/8 


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2/17/Bl 


B 


N 


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2/17/01 


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K90 


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12/18/81 


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TEEN WATERS PLANTS %UT PREFERS CACTUS 

CADDIE (FILMI 

■CADDIE." A WINNER FROM DOWN UNDER 

CADUCEUS 

MERCURY AND MEDICINE 

CAFE DEJA VU (RALEIGH, N.C.I '^ " 

ROOGERS. HART AND HYPE FUN 

CAKE 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

IT'S STILL NOT TOO LATE FOR A HOLIDAY CAKE 

CAKE DECORATING 

SUGAR: ITS DECORATIVE USES VIRTUALLY LIMITLESS 

CAKEWALK leOOKI 

new lee smith stories match t" e best of southern writers 

calcium elockers 
see also drugs 
drug is heart disease therapy brearthroucm 

caldwell community volunteer fire oept. auxiliary 
auxiliary prepares for bazaar 

caldwell county, n.c, taxes 

caldwell finos big mistake in tax base 

Caldwell county board of commissioners 

caldwell finds big mistake in tax base 

caledonia prison 

see also prisons, n.c. 
frank wetzel found guilty of planning to flee prison 
official upholds action on wetzel 
hard-shelled pet can't share cell 
inmate shuns lie detector on escape plot 
n.c. inmate commission will hold wetzel hearing 

cal ifornia 

institution unoe 

aUARANTINE WILL 
N.C. OUARANTINES 
CALIFORNIA FRUIT 
N.C. WILL FUMIGA 
N.C. TO BEGIN CU 
THE ENDLESS 3ATT 
FOR YOUR FLIES n 
N.C. TO ENFORCE 
N.C. TO START au 
N.C. QUARANTINE 
N.C. OFFICIALS C 
N.C. QUARANTINE 
STATE MAY EXPAND 
CALIF. BLOCKS Ex 
WACKY WORLD OF W 



R ASSAULT--THE FAMILY 
NOT AFFECT SUPPLY 

CALIF. FRUIT 
FLIES ICARTOONI 

TE California produce 

APANTINE NEXT WEEK 

L£ BETWEEN MAN AND BUG 

NLY ICARTOONI 

PRODUCE OUARANTIHE 

ARANTINE FOR MEOFLIES 

SHOULDN'T AFFECT PRODUCE SUPPLY 

ECK CALIFORNIA PRODUCE 
OF CALIFORNIA PRODUCE ICARTOONI 

QUARANTINE 
TRADIT ION OF ESCAPEE 
ELLNESS 



CALIFORNIA ACHIEVEMENT TEST 

TFSTING METHOD CHANGE SOUGHT 

CALL-FOR-ACTION 

SEE ALSO CONTACT DURHAM, INC. (CHILD ABUSE HOTLINEI 
FREE LEGAL INFORMATION TO BE OFFERED WEDNESDAY 

CALL IGRAPHY 

SEE ALSO PENMANSHIP 
CALLIGRAPHY LESSON 
CALLIGRAPHERS MEET TONIGHT 
CALLIGRAPHERS MEET TOMORROW 

CALVARY FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH 
FIRST THANKSGIVING 

CALVARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

HOW TIMES 00 CHANGE: CHURCHES' 

CALVERT SCHOOL 



H 2 ;i/01/ei E 10 P F G78 

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H 2 11/17/81 A A L 

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H 2 ll/OA/81 A 6 P P M66 

H 2 6/13/81 A lA N 

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H 


7 


6/10/81 


A 


19 


N 




H 


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6/20/91 


A 


5 


N 




H 


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6/23/81 


B 


A 


N 


L30 


H 


2 


7/07/81 


A 


lA 


N 




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2 


7/13/81 


A 


13 


N 




H 


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5/05/91 


A 


A 


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7/10/81 


C 


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7/15/81 


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7/15/81 


A 


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7/15/81 


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7/16/at 


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7/17/Bl 


A 


A 


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7/19/81 


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7/23/ei 


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N 




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7/23/91 
7/2A/31 


A 

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N 
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UNUSUAL ORIGINS 



S 2 9/19/81 A 10 P P M66 
S 2 U/03/81 A 9 N 
S 2 11/30/81 C 3 N 



S 2 11/25/81 C 1 <■ P C56 
S 2 11/20/91 A3 U 0A3 



munTmly/anjual 



see oiiRM*"* ftCAOFMY 

cihbooi a 

bureaucatic blunder 

capbooian refugees 

SEE ALSO REfUCEFS 

«EEUGF£5 FRTH CAMROOIA 

CABOOOIAN REFUGEES SEEK MEM LIFE IN N.C. 

METHonisr CHURCH helps c*hboo[ans settle in 0URH»>< 



SUBJECTS 



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CAMEL CIGARETTES 

SEE ALSO C IGARETTES 

•^ANY PAPERS Turn oohn reynolos aq 

CAMERAS 

SEE ALSO PHTTriGRAPHY 
ThEFT marred VISIT 
CAMERA FINDS UNOERhATER TREASURES 

CAMERON MORRISON SCnOOL (HOFFMAN. N.C.I 

RIBET! ORANGE JUICE NOT JUST FOR FQLKS ANYMORE 

CAMP BUTNER 

H0.< TIMES 00 Change : 



WAP PRISONERS ESCAPE 



CAMP ENOCH ON-ThE-ENO 

CAMP ENOCK SCHEDULES OPEN HOUSE 

Camp graham 

CHRONICALLY ILL CHILOREN ENJOY CAMP'S FRESH AIR 

CAMP HALEIDOSCOPE 

SEE ALSO CAMPS ISEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPSI 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER 

TIMOTHY LOOKING FORWARD TO ;n0 KALEIDOSCOPE SUMMER 

CAMP KALEIDOSCOPE GOES TO TEXAS 

GLOSETROITERS AID CAMP KALEIDOSCOPE 

CAMP KANATA 

SEE ALSO CAMPING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 
SEE ALSO Camps (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPSI 
SEE ALSO DAY Camps 
SEE ALSO ymCa. PuPham 

BLINDNESS DOESN'T STOP COOK AT CAMP KANATA 

Camp lEjeunE 

MARINE CONVICTEO of ARSON 

general finishes review of probe into 2 deaths 

marine gets life sentence for slaying 

marine general sharply disputes estimate on homosexuality rate 

Shots said exchanged between mp, civilian 

MARINE IS convicted OF MURDER 

MARINF SENTENCED TO DIE 

MARINE CORPS ACOuIRES NEW HELICOPTER 

MAN DROWNS IN NEW RIVER 

SFCOETARY OF DEFENSE VISITS CAMP LEJEUNE 

SCENE OF TRIPLE SLAYING 

PROBE CONTINUING INTO TRIPLE SLAYINGS 

uoTfiiC rr cniiTuT cno roroi c ci tvrnre 



DURING SLAYINGS 



MOTIVE IS SOUGHT FOR TRIPLE SLAYINGS 

OFFICIALS: CHILDREN APPARENTLY NOT AWAKENED 

IMveSTICATJRS SEEK MAN IN TRIPLE SLAYINGS 

CAMP LEJEUNE Mooo TENSE AFTER SLAYINGS 

PROBE CONTINUES IN LEJEUNE SLAYINGS 

HELICOPTER CRASH VICTIM IS FQUNO 

OFFICIALS SURF 3 SLAYINGS WILL BE SOLVED 

MARINE UPHOLDS DEATH SENTENCE 

MARINE SGT. KILLED IN EXERCISE 

GOVERNOR CITES IMPORTANCE OF MILITARY TO N.C. ECONOMY 

CAMPAIGN BUTTONS 

SEE ALSO POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CA-PAIGN POSTERS 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL Campaigns 

SOME PANEL MfMoERj SAY LOGOS SHOULD aE BANNED 
HUNT'S LOGO MAY GO 

CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

SEE POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

CAMPBELL SOUP CO. 

N.C. TOMATOES OUT OF SOUP 
NOThIN' COjLD BE FINER 

Campbell univ. ifohmfrly Campbell college) 
AMBASSAPOR Said selected 
SHERIFFS estaplish scholarship 

CAMPBELL university head MAY SEEK GOVERNORSHIP 

CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY, FACULTY 

REAGAN NOMINATES CAMPBELL PROFESSOR TO BE AMBASSADOR 
CAMPBELL PROFESSOR MAY RE AMBASSADOR TO ROMANIA 
CAMPBELL PROFESSOR NEARS CONFIRMATION AS AMBASSADOR 
LIBERAL DELAYS FUNOERBURK'S CONFIRMATION 
AIDE TO mFLMS says COMMITTEE WILL OK AMBASSADOR NOMINEE 

ambassadorial honor 

funoe95urk's nomination approved by senate panel 

campbell professor wins committee ok 

senate confirms n.c. professor as ambassador 

Campbell univ. law school 

campbell law school accredited 

passing rate for nccu law graduates doubles 

Campbell univ. spurts, baseball 

MIRACLE revisited: CAMPBELL'S KOONCE BRINGS LIFE TO FAN'S MEMORIES 

CAMPBELL UNIV. SPGPTS, BASKETBALL 

INDEPENDENTS Campbell, unc-w ponder proposals 

CAMPING ISEE ALSO names OF CAMPS) 

SEE ALSO Camps ISEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 

SEE ALSO Day Camps 

SEE ALSO KERR LAKE, CAMPSITES 

SEE ALSO WILDERNESS AREAS. 'i.C. 

OUTDOOR GUIDE NOW AVAILABLE 

COMMITTEE QUESTIONS PLAN FOR PARK 

CAMPS (SEE ALSn NAMES OF CAMPS) 
SEE ALSO CAMP KALEIDOSCOPE 

SEE ALSO Camping (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 
SEE ALSO Day Camps 
SEE ALSO Duke univ. COMPUTER KAMP 



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H 2 5/07/Bl C 10 N 

S 2 8/08/81 A 3 N U57 



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S 2 U/27/91 A 12 N 



H 2 9/08/81 6 <. P N 



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5/03/81 


A 


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5/10/81 


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5/28/81 


A 


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N 


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5/2a/RI 


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N 


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6/12/91 


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6/19/ai 


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P D DATE 

SEE ALSO EC«c"a -ILOEBNESS EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS Of CLEARWATER. FLORIDA 

SEE ALSO UNIV. nF N.C. -GREENSBORO CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CAMPING C OUTDOOR EDUC. 

TEACH 3. NOT <.. -R'S S i 5/W/81 

CAMP FOR HANDICAPPED OFFERED S 

TIMOTHY LOOKING FORWARD TO ?N0 < ALE lOOSCOPE SUMMER H 

ENVIRONMENT'S NOT JUST TREES AT PINEY LAKE H 

CHRONICALLY ILL CHILDREN ENJOY CAMP'S FRESH AIR S 

SPONSORS SOUGHT FOR CITY STUDENTS H 

HEMOPHILIA Camp h 

high point ca'ip begins registration fok next year s 

durham getting ca-psite s 

Campus clu"^ of jukf univ. 
SFE ouke UNIV. Campus club 

Campus hills community council 

path clears for convenience store 



S I 
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campus hills park 

campus hills not to receive park 

Canada 

SEE ALSO OuEBEC. CANADA 

SEE ALSO ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

MFRALO COVERING CANADA SUMMIT 

PATOIC TAKES ADVANTAGE OF BREAK TO WIN A TREASURE 

THE PLACE WAS ACTUALLY SWARMING 

THEY PATIENTLY SNORTED. PAwEO UNTIL PROCESSION ENOEO 

IT'S THE SEASON TO THINK OF HOME 

REAGAN IN OTTAWA (CARTOONl 

NO EASY WAY OUT 

THE POOL REPORTERS: TWO SERVE AS EYES AND EARS FOR WHOLE PRESS 

THE BRITISH EMBARRASSMENT 

CANADIANS AND TAR HEELS: TRAVEL IS A TWO-WAY STREET 

CANADA. BILL OF RIGHTS 

THE FATHER np HIS COUNTRY lUNFiNISHEDl (CARTOONl 
CANADA CUTTING LAST COLONIAL TIES TO BRITAIN 

CANADA. CONSTITUTION 

SEE CANADA. BILL OF RIGHTS 

CANADIAN BRASS 

CANADIAN PRASS SHINES IN CONCERT 

CANADIAN BRASS: EVENING OF FUN IN PAGE AT OUKE 

CANCER 

SEE ALSO EO'IE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 

SEE ALSO PREAST CANCER 

SEE ALSO CERVICAL C«NCER 

SEE ALSO Chemotherapy 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN. CANCER 

SEE ALSO CHORIOCARCINOMA 

SEE ALSO DNA RESEARCH 

SFE ALSO OUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 

SEE ALSO FRUIT FLIES 

SFE ALSO INTERFFRON 

SEE ALSO KAPOSI'S SARCOMA 

SEE ALSO LEUKEMIA 

SEE ALSO LUNG CANCER 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE 

SEE ALSO SKIN CANCER 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO. HEALTH EFFECTS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

SOCIETY SAYS FEAR DETERS CANCER TESTS 

CANADA'S HERO 

COURAGEOUS EXAMPLE 

VIRUS MAY hflp in cancer cure 

COOKBOOK IS FOR CANCER PATIENTS 

her PRAYER 'TO "E REALLY SICK' NOT NEEDED IN MEDICAL NIGHTMARE 

DISEASE. VIRUS TIE QUESTIONED 

CANCER AND LAETRILE 

CANCER TREATMENTS: PATIENTS EXHAUSTED 

CANCER. LARYNX 

SEE ALSO ESOPHAGEAL SPEECH 

SCHOOL'S OUT, BUT JOE GETS MESSAGE ACROSS 

CANCER, VAGINAL 

SEE CERVICAL CANCER 

CANCER DIAGNOSIS 

DUKE RESEARCHER HELPS DEVELOP TEST FOR CANCER 

CANCER INFORMATION SERVICE 

CANCER DATA SERVICE GETS NEW NUMBER 

CANCER RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO INTERFERON 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -Chapel hill Cancer research center 
EXPERIMENTAL Therapy may offer Cancer CURE 

OUKE TO GIVE 15 CANCER PATIENTS INTERFERON 

VIRUSES. IMMUNE DEFENSES TEAMED TO BATTLE TUMORS 

NUDE MICE: They STAR IN CANCER RESEARCH 

VIRUS MAY HELP IN CANCER CURE 

STATISTICAL LINK TO CANCER STUDIED 

DUKF RESEARCHER HELPS DEVELOP TEST FQR CANCER 

RFSFARChERS question STUDIES ON CANCER RISKS 

BOWMAN GRAY RESEARCHER SAYS hE STANDS BY WORK 

CANCER RESEARCHER HAS EXPERIMENTAL FREEDOM 

SCIENTIST'S RESEARCH OUESTIONED 

WFU PROFESSOR RESIGNS: DENIES FALSIFYING PROJECT 

MEDICAL SCHOOL GETS II MILLION GRANT 

CANCER SCREENING PROGRAMS 

SOCIETY SAYS FEAR DETERS CANCER TESTS 

CANCUN. MEXICO 

SEE ALSO MEXICO 
WORLD POVERTY: 



ONE WAY TO HELP 



CANE CREEK CALAMATIES IPLAYI 

SWORD OF PEACE TO OPEN SEASON ON JUNE 26 
SwOBD OF PEACE OPENS TONIGHT 
CALAMITIES TO OPEN TONIGHT 
CANE CREEK CALAMITIES 

Cane CREEK CONSERVATION AUTHORITY 
RESERVOIR OElay SOUGHT 
CANE CREEK FOES MOPE WAR'S WON 

STATE PANFl to CONSIDER NEXT MOVE ON CANE CREEK 
MORE ACTION DUE ON CANE CREEK 
CONDEMNATION RULING WON'T BE APPEALED 
CANE CREEK GROUP OPENS LEGAL OFFICE IN OAM FIGHT 
CANE CREEK GROUP STILL FIGHTING 



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S 2 10/22/81 II 
H 2 10/23/91 9 



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5/04/91 


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7/01/81 


A 


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7/07/81 


A 


E 






7/20/91 


e 


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9/03/81 


c 


P F 


S56 




9/27/81 





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B30 




12/12/Bl 


A 1 


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12/16/91 


A 


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12/2'./ai 


A 


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12/27/81 


A 


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S36 



H 2 a/04/81 A a N 

H 2 6/12/81 A 10 N 





5/21/91 


c 


1 6 N 




6/05/81 


B 


1 N 




6/28/91 




2". P N W2'i 




6/28/ai 




2<. N 




7/20/81 




1 N 




7/26/31 




9 N 




3/J'./31 




8 N 




a/20/91 




1 N F30 




io/ia/9 




17 N 




10/19/8 




6 P F 




10/2I/P 




4 N 




11/07/9 




5 N 




12/13/91 




1 N 



H 2 s/OA/gi A i<, 



H 2 10/29/81 A 



1 6/U5/91 B 1 

I 6/26/81 a 1 

1 7/09/91 B 1 

2 7/17/81 1 



S 2 7/29/91 C 1 



2 


7/30/91 


A 


1 


. N 


H68 


2 


8/12/91 


B 


1 


' N 


H6a 


2 


8/12/91 


A 


5 


N 




2 


8/14/81 


B 


1 


N 


G5 3 


2 


9/04/91 


A 


6 


N 


M23 


2 


9/04/91 


A 


3 


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SUBJECT 






-.tn C4-if Cl^t■c■' HtaPtNr.s S JuGHf 

hFAPINCS 4^AIT sralEMFNT 

CBAfI fill 5CHtOUL£0 

ffM J?f^" H!'' '^ SOLUTION TO CH4PEL HIUL WATER PDOeLENS 

Cane C'EEk SfSEavoIs 

OMASA Hir GET LAKE PERMIT SOON 

CAne CREEK OcSERVOIR ACTIONS TAKEN 

CANE CREEK CONCITIONS ARE ACCEPTED 

RESERVOIR DELAY SOUGHT 

CANE CREEK FOES MOPE UAR'S WON 

STATE PANEL TO CONSIDER NEXT WOVE ON CANt CREEK 

MORE ACTION DOE ON CANE CREEK 

CnNOE^NATION RULING WON'T BF APPEALEO 

CANE CREEK GROUP OPENS LEGAL OFFICE IN 0A>4 FIGHT 

NFj hearings CONSIDERED FOR CANE CREEK 

NEw CANE CREE" hearings SOUGHT 

HEARINGS AWAIT STATEMENT 

RESERVOIR LAND SWAP NEABS END 

CANE CREEK SEEN AS SOLUTION TO ChAREL HIlL WATER PR0bL£"5 

Cane creek RESmENTS MOLD OUT AGAINST RESERVOIR PLANS 

CANE CREEK BATTLE COSILY 

CAfilNE PAHVO VIRUS 
SEE DOG VIRUS 

CANNERIES 

CANNERY NOW OPEN 

Cannon mills CO. 

CANNON "ILLS SAYS SALES UP 

UNION CLOSES ITS OFFICE IN CONCORD 

Z N.C. FIRMS HAVE RECORD 3R0 OUARTER 

•CITY OF LOO-IS- CELEBRATES TSTh 3IRThDAY 

PAPER SAYS CANNON HEIR FIRED AT HILL 

CANOFS 

SEE ALSO POATS 

N.C. RIVER IS WHITEWATER CANOEING MECCA 

Two SURVIVE WATERS 

WHITEWATER DRAhS CROwOS TO N.C. 



RIVERS 
THE FACTS 



CiwTQONiNG Cartographer locates 

CANTALOUPE 

SUCCESSFUL Gardening 
huge cantaloupe 

cape fear construction co. 

hunt was reportedly told of slo rigging 

cape fear rivep 

water fro" lake aids cape ffar 

fir" official found guilty in acid dump 

The Cape Florida 

new research vessel to arrive at duke marine las on monday 

THf Cape HATTERAS (RESEARCH VESSELI 

SEE ALSO 0-v Eastward iouke univ. 

BOAT RECEIVES NAME 

NFw RESEARCH VESSEL TO ARRIVE AT DUKE MARINE 

DUKE'S NEW SHIP 

ON nuTY FOR DUKF 

SHIP TO BE DEOICATEO ON OCT. ' 

JONES WILL OEniCATE VESSEL FOR 

GUOCER WILL HELP DEDICATE OUKE 

DUKE, UNC TAKE VESSEL IN ?EAUFORT CEREMONY 

DUKF, UNC OFFICIALS ACCEPT VESSEL CHASTER 

SHIP WITH EvEJyIhInG: Capf haTTERas Can Talk 

5 UNIVERSITIES Share USE Of RESEARCH VESSEL 



RESEARCH VESSELI 



fcESEARCH 
VESSEL 



LAB ON MONDAY 



TO STARS. DESALINATE WATER 



CAPE HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE 

?i'-^,J"I'f "^' "■ SEAWEED SAVE OLD LIGHTHOUSE? 
GRATIFYING Rescue 

r'.llr'- ■'^55' Show: rivals teaming up to save LIGHTHOUSE 
CAPE HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE ICARTOONI 
JIM, JESSE SEE THE LIGHT 

LIGHTHOUSE Support may se on horizon 

GfuLOGIST SAYS MOVING LIGHTHOUSE ONLY SOLUTION 
L GhThOuSE'S fate RESTS WITH NATURE, CONGRESS 
LIGHTHOUSE STILL STANDING 

WAVES Threaten lighthouse 

HUNT, HELMS JOIN ON lighthouse DRIVE 

LIGHTHOUSE Campaign launched 

KEEPERS OF The l IGhT 
STRANi-.E EEOfELLOwS INDEED 
lighthouse fob REAGAN 
U.S. PLANS LIGHTHOUSE PROJECT 

SAVE The light 

ARTIFICIAL SEAWEED BUYING TIME FOR LIGHTHOUSE 

PULLING TOGETHER - AGAIN 

LIGHTHOUSE CAMPAIGN GETS ADDITIONAL BACKERS 

people and what they're doing 

Cape hatteoas national seashore 

hunt warns against :) u leases 

outer banks may get federal funds for parks 

cape lookout national scashobe 

CONSERVATIONISTS TO FIGHT DRILLING Off OUTER BANKS 
GROUP WANTS JRILLING BIGHTS SALE BLOCKED 
HUNT REQUESTS DRILLING REPORT 
STATE MAY sue OVER OIL LEASE 
HUNT WARNS AGAINST OIL LEASES 

SUIT PLANNED Over drilling 

J''?".>yll,''9„^k^'^" S"-f 3f OIL DRILLING RIGHTS 

N.C. AGREES TO OELAY SUIT OVER OIL DRILLING 

L AND GAS LEASES UP fOR BIDS TODAY 

BIO FOR DRILL RIGHTS OFF HATTFKAS CJCEEOS 1100 "ILLIQN 

OFFSHORE DRILLING COULD BEGIN THIS FALL "LLIUN 

CAPITAL CITIES COMMUNICATIONS INC. 

fOU? 'fLlff'^'S SEEK DURHAM LOW-POwER TV STATIONS 

there's controversy already 

Capital health systems agency 
SEE also health CAHf 

SfE ALSO Rural health clinics, n.c. 
HEALTH Planners operating with smaller budget, staff 

chapel hill may get PRIVATE HOSPItIl °'^"^''" ^'"^"^ 

AGcNCY "AY LJSE MOST OF FUNDING 
HOME HEALTH PRORuSAL CfllTICIiEJ 

Capital punishment 



5 1 


lo/o-i/ai 




1 N 


"23 


s : 


11/06/81 




1 N 


"23 


S ! 


11/13/Bl 




2 N 




S 2 


12/21/°! 




1 P G 


M23 


S Z 


12/22/ei 




I P G 


"2 3 


S J 


12/23/91 




1 G 


"23 


H 2 


5/08/91 




I 3 N 


E',6 


H 2 


7/22/Rl 




1 N 




H 2 


7/23/81 




I N 


H68 


S 2 


7/2<>/11 




I N 


H68 


H 2 


7/30/91 




1 N 


H68 


H 2 


8/12/81 




I N 


H6 8 


5 2 


3/12/81 




8 N 




H 2 


a/n/si 




I N 


G5 3 


H 2 


9/0'./8l 




6 N 


"23 


H 2 


9/26/81 




1 N 


"23 


S 1 


10/05/81 




1 N 


"23 


S 2 


11/06/81 




1 N 


"2 3 


H 2 


1 1/20/81 




T N 




S ? 


12/21/81 




I P G 


"23 


S 2 


12/23/81 




1 P G 


M2 3 


S 2 


12/23/81 




1 G 


M23 



S 2 6/19/81 A 



H 2 7/30/81 C 1 2 


h 


H 2 9/08/81 A m 




S 2 10/16/91 C 7 


f 


H 2 10/28/91 A 1 1 




H 2 1 1/29/91 A 1 3 




S 2 7/03/-1 C 9 


P F 


S 2 7/06/81 A 9 


h 


S 2 9/24/91 A 9 




H 2 10/1 1/910 1 


" E 


S 2 7/30/81 C 1 


P P 


S 2 7/31/81 A 5 


P P 


H 2 6/08/81 A 13 


^ 


H 1 10/15/81 B 1 


N 


S 2 12/09/81 C 18 


N 


M 2 8/01/91 B 1 


N 


S 2 6/1 1/91 C 1 


N 


H 2 9/01/81 B 1 


N 


S 2 8/07/91 A 1 


P P 


H 2 a/08/91 A 3 


P P 


H 2 9/13/81 C 1 


P N 


S 2 9/l<./81 A 3 


P N 


S 2 9/30/81 C 9 


N 


H 2 10/03/91 B I 


N 


S 2 10/03/91 A 1 


N 


H 2 10/0'./91 C 1 


P F 


S 2 10/10/81 A 3 


P N 


H 1 6/12/81 e 1 


N 


s 2 a/oi/"i A A 


E 


H 2 9/02/91 C 1 


P N 


H 2 3/05/91 A 4 


T T 


S 2 3/10/81 A <, 


E 


S 2 3/13/91 3 6 


P N 


s 2 a/19/ai e 6 


N 


H 2 a/19/fll 6 5 


N 


H 2 3/2 1/91 b 1 


P P 


S 2 9/05/81 A If 


P P 


S 2 9/08/91 A 1 


N 


H 2 9/09/81 A 1 1 


P N 


S 2 9/09/81 C 16 


P P 


H 2 9/13/81 <. 


E 


H 2 9/22/81 A 12 


P P 


S 2 10/09/81 C 8 


P p 


H 1 10/13/91 B I 


P P 


H 2 10/16/91 C 16 


N 


S 2 10/17/31 A 4 


E 


H 2 12/10/81 A 7 


P N 


H 2 12/17/81 A 14 


N 


S 2 7/11/81 A 13 


N 


S 2 8/06/91 A 17 


N 


H 2 6/21/91 A 1 3 


N 


H 2 6/23/91 A 16 


N 


H 2 6/26/91 A 3 


N 


H 2 7/08/81 A 13 


N 


5 2 7/11/91 A 13 


N 


H 2 7/17/91 C 4 


N 


H 2 7/21/81 A 9 


N 


H 2 9/01/91 e 4 


N 


H 2 a/04/91 A 13 


N 


H 2 3/05/81 A 1 


N 


H 2 3/05/81 A 13 


N 


H 2 5/04/81 A 1 


N 


H 2 5/04/81 A 2 


N 



C56 
S76 



V05 

H09 
V05 



5/31/91 

7/09/91 

10/19/91 

1 1 /14/91 



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montml ^/annual 



I N U £ X 



SUBJECTS 



PAOe 67 



C fC L P 8VL 



SEE OEATH SENTENCES. N.C. 
SEE DEATH SENTENCES. U.S. 
SEE EXECUTIONS, N.C. 

CAPITAL ISH 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, U.S. 
SEE ALSO FREE ENTFRPfllSE 

LI TTLE PIECES OF THE ROCK 

LABOR'S VITAL PART IN CAPITALIST SYSTEM 

CAR POOLS 

SEE CARPQOLING 

CAR SHOP (HiLLSaoRnunn roadi 

ARWEO ROaSER HITS CAR SHOP 
NAN hOLOS up store in DURHAM 

CARBON COPY ( FILHI 

•CARBON COPY- PROVOCATIVE IN ITS PREACHINESS 

CARBON OtOXIPE 

21 ARE TREATED AFTER GAS LEAK 

CARBON MONOXIDE 

FTC LISTS CIGARETTE CARBON MONOXIDE 

GENERAL FINISHES REVIEW OF PROBE INTJ i DEATHS 

CHARLOTTE CARS TG BE CHECKED 

PERSON "AN DIES AS AUTO BURNS 

CARBON MONOXIDE POISONINGS 

SEE ACCIDENTS. CARBON MONOXIDE 

CARBONATFD RAINdOW (PLAY) 

Duke players sparkle in 'carbonated RAINBOj' 
DUKE PLAYERS' 'Carbonated rainbow for all ages 

Cardinal amateur golf tournament 
STATE golfer takes cardinal 

cardiopulmonary resuscitation 
see also heart attacks 

life-saving aid more prevalent 
training saves lives 
about 11,000 get training in cpr 
restaurant workers get medical training 

career burnout 
see stress 

Career planning 

see also pusinessfs, u.s. 

see also employment, u.s. 

see also health careers fair 

see also health sciences career day 

see also women, careers 

'when i grow up. i want to be..." 

never too early 

nccu crads to give seniors job tips 

engineering explained 

brogden holding career fair 

career day 

CITY SCHOOLS Career fair is next week 

STUDENTS TO EXPLORE CAREERS 

STUDENTS SHADOW SCHOOL PERSONNEL 

DUKE OFFERS SESSIONS ON CAREER PLANNING 

SURVEY Shows need for career courses 

TESTING THE WATERS 
CAREER FAIR 

CARLTON CIGARETTES 

SEE ALSO CIGARETTES 

FTC LISTS CIGARETTE CARBON MONOXIDE 

CARLYLE C CO. 
CARLYLE 



C CO. FINE JEWELERS SINCE 1922 (aOJ 



CARMICHAFL, MCKNEELY, DUSENBURY C AL-tAN. INC. 
BUDGET SET FOR R DU BOND CAMPAIGN 

AUTHORITY TABS Durham agency for campaign 

here's what airport's money will buy 

rdu plans 159.000 campaign on runway bond referendum 

rdu campaign to be kicked off in mid-january 

rdu bond program available 

carmichael cup 

carolina wins. ties state for cup 

carnegie corporate fund 

arts council director quits 

mcintyre sees bright future for durham arts 

carol woods iretirement compiexi 
see also retirement homes 
chapel hill community denied tax-exempt status 
carol woods typifies growing trend of life-care facilities 

Carolantic investments 

land rezoneo for office construction 

carolina action 

inventory tax credit protested 

durham people rally for property tax bill 

cham3fr asked to find teens jobs 

» ^e9*j'ye approach to seeking teen jobs 

job-seeking teens attfnd meeting 

CHAMBER: Expand jobs program backing 

NOMINATION DRAWS CLAIM OF CONFLICT 

MARCHERS PROTEST POWER RATE HIKE 

?I?9''II?"''^"5 PROTEST UTILITY'S RATE HIKE REQUEST 

r^^^f^f"! SJS',f»"" UTILITY AT RATE HEARING 

citwfns debate rate increase 

r ;''l""'0'-° ^'" ''fEL '"'" BUSY tearing down VISTA 
li9. S^S"'" '^■'nuPS LOSE VISTA WORKERS 
two DURHAM GROUPS LOSE VISTA WORKERS 

carolina annual giving program 

s19.1 million raised for unc development 
carolina appraisers 

caldwell finds big mistake in tax base 
carolina asphalt pavers association 

miller raps paving group for letter on bio-rigging 
Carolina beacm 



2 T/Ofl/Pl A 
2 9/07/81 A 



S 2 

H 2 



7/05/ai C 1 
7/0<./ai A 12 



N 



H 2 U/27/81 D ". R S66 

H 2 6/0<./8l Ail N 



2 5/OS/81 A 

2 5/10/81 A 

2 d/OI/ni 6 

2 12/12/81 B 



Ifc 



S 7 12/10/81 5 P R A15 
H 2 12/11/81 Oil R W66 



H 2 3/2<./81 e 



S 2 7/22/81 C 1 N H0<. 

S 2 7/25/81 A 4 E 

S 2 7/31/81 C 3 N 

S 2 3/22/81 A 22 N 



S 2 5/08/81 b 1 P F Jod 



s 


2 


5/22/91 


C 


1 


P 


P 


T37 


H 


2 


10/22/81 


B 


1 




N 




s 


2 


10/30/81 




1". 


P 


P 


C56 


s 


2 


11/12/91 




1 




N 


008 


s 


2 


11/13/81 




10 


P 


P 


C56 


H 


2 


ll/l<./ni 




10 




N 




s 


2 


11/1<./81 




3 




N 


009 


s 


2 


11/1<./91 




3 


P 


N 


008 


s 


2 


11/16/81 




8 




N 




s 


2 


11/16/81 




1 




N 


008 


M 


2 


11/18/91 




1 


P 


P 


R91 


s 


2 


U/20/81 




12 


P 


P 


S76 



H 2 5/05/81 A 



H 2 6/28/91 G 3 P A 



2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 


11/11/91 
11/11/91 
U/26/91 
11/26/81 
11/26/91 
12/02/81 


C 
C 

a 

b 
B 
A 


1 1 


N 

N 
N 
N 
N 

N 


H60 
583 

H60 
H60 
S83 


2 


5/03/81 


8 


1 


P N 





H 2 12/23/81 A 1 P N W66 
S 2 12/23/81 C 1 N 



S 2 


5/0^/81 


A 


1 


N 


E'.6 


S 2 


9/17/81 


6 


1 


P G 


J66 


H 2 


8/05/81 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


5/08/81 


A 


6 


N 




S 2 


5/13/81 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


6/02/81 


A 


9 


N 


S51 


H 2 


6/D<./ai 


A 


*. 


E 




H 2 


6/D5/81 


A 


1 5 


N 


S51 


H 2 


7/03/81 


c 


5 


P N 


S56 


H 2 


7/10/81 


B 


1 


N 


W36 


H 2 


9/23/81 


A 


10 


N 




S 2 


8/29/81 


A 


20 


N 




H 2 


9/01/81 


5 


1 


P N 


W36 


S 2 


9/01/91 


a 


1 


P N 


583 


H 2 


1/28/81 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


2/02/81 


A 


1 1 


N 


981 


S 2 


2/02/81 


A 


6 


N 





H 2 12/11/81 A 8 N 
M 2 6/13/81 A II, 'n 
H 2 6/13/91 A 9 P N G53 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 



SUBJECTS 



fEEOlNG AN IN5AT14BLE OCEAN 

6«05 ION-CONTROL BIOS TO BE 4SKE0 NE»T MONTH 

CIBOLINA SLOCK CO. 

AUTO CHASE RESULTS IN SEVERAL CHARGES 

CAROLINA BRICK FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO SANfORn, N.C. 

BRICK FESTIVAL TO BEGIN WITHOUT PARAOE 

CAROLINA BROWN LUNG ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO esowN Lung disease 

LEGISLATURE HAY GRAPPLE WITH BROWN LUNG ISSUES 

BROWN LUNG ASSOCIATION PLANS DEMONSTRATION IN WASHINGTON 

BROWN LUNG LEGAL OFFICE TO HOVE 

BROWN LUNG LEGAL CENTER PLANS HOVE 

CAROLINA CHRISTIAN COHMUNl C AT IONS 
SEE ALSO wlFL inuRHAH, N.C.I 

durham offices of television station hay close 
tv station to sign on 

carolina cineha corp. of durham 
top-flight entertainment 

Carolina coal export co. 

BUSINESSMAN said subject of probe 

carol ina dancers 
see also dance 
carolina dancers: varied, mature and un-weiro 
dance - fahily style: 10 professionals make decisions as teah 

carolina ouke motor inn 

MAN ARDUCTEO. freed UNHURT 

CAROLINA ENVIRnNHENTAL STUDY GROUP 
SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 

OUKE POWER'S NUCLEAR PLANT MOTION DENIED 

CAROLINA ETHANOL INC. 

FUEL-GRADE ETHYL ALCOHOL PLANT PLANNED NEAR SELMA 

CAROLINA EXECUTIVES CUP GOLF TOURNAHENT 
SEE ALSM GOLF 

NICKLAUS SCHEDULES APPEARANCE AT UNC 

NICKLAUS TO PLAY AT UNC 

The patience if a GOLDEN BEAR 

THE GOLDEN BEAR IN CHAPEL MILL 

WHO IS That golden man? 

jack: designing HELPS CAME 

Carolina federal savings and loan iraleigh, n.c.i 
Two SCLS MAY RE HERGED 

CAROLINA FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

NCNB to HERGE WITH SMALLER BANK 

carolina freight carriers corp. 
see also scholarships 
cherryvllle fir" donates s5.000 
firm gives 15.000 to hath school 

carolina friends high school 

see carolina friends upper school 

Carolina friends school (general heaoingi 

unusual worfshop urges writers to hove beyond present position 

■The PEST STABBING w£ EVER HAD* 

FUN AND FRIENDSHIP 

DANCE PERFQRHANCE 

FOOD FOR ALL 

SUCCESS BREEDS SUCCESS 

CAROLINA FRIENDS UPPER SCHOOL 
APPLY CAULKING 

CAROLINA GOOIVA TRACK CLUB 

SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 
TRACK CLUB PLANS LABOR DAY RACE 
RAINY DAY ON MQNOAY 

CAROLINA ISRAELITE INEWSPiPERI 

HARRY GOLDEN 'FORCE OF GOOD. 



DIES IN CHARLOTTE 



CAROLINA LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO ALL-CARQLINA LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BULLS 

SEE ALSO SALEM RE06IROS IVIRuINIAl 

SEE ALSO WINSTON-SALEM RED SOX 

BULLS. DUKES RAINED OUT 

WOLFF LOOKS TO Burlington 

BULLS PRESIDENT CONSIDERS ANOTHER BUY 

COVERING THE GAME wITH DIRT 

MOORE LEADS BULLS INTO RACE FOR DIVISION TITLE 

KINSION SWIPES IST-HALF TITLE FROM DURHAM 

EAGLES CLINCH FIRST-HALF TITLE 

THE FRANCHISE 

KINSTON FALTERING AFTER PROMOTIONS 

A MODEST PROPnSAL 

UMP'S PARTNERS ALL 'OUT' 

KOMMINSK IS MVP IN CAROLINA LEAGUE 

AN UPSIDE DOWN SEASON IN THE CAROLINA LEAGUE 

BEAUCHAHP TURNS DOWN BULLS POST 

IR91: A GOOD YEAR FOR TAR HEELS 

CAROLINA LEAGUE. ATTENDANCE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ATHLETIC PARK. ATTENDANCE 

ATTENDANCE PAODING APPARENTLY FART OF THE GAME 

CAROLINA LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME 

BULLS FIGURE TO PLACE FIVE ON DIVISION ALL-STAR 

GALLAGHER, FIVE BULLS MAKE ALL-STAR TEAM 

FIvF BULLS NAMED TO ALL-STAR SQUAD 

MOORE MISSES ALL-STAR GAME 

DURHAM COUNCIL CALLS TIME OUT 

STRAWBERRY'S OUT OF SEASON 

BULLS' BEHENNA NAMED STARTER 

LAST YEAR'S HFRO OUT OF BASEBALL 

STARS TO COME'Our FOR CAROLINA GALA 

The lineups 

APC VISITS BULLS. FANS TONIGHT 

STEFERO'S BAT kFYS NORTH'S ALL-STAR WIN 

LIKE Owner, like PLAYER? 



P D DATE C 

S 2 o/0a/6l A 
S 2 7/21/81 a 



S 2 (>/10/Bl C 1 



H 1 5/07/91 a 1 



H 2 5/Ol/Bl A 18 

H 2 5/04/81 A 1 

H 2 7/25/81 C 1 

5 2 7/27/81 A a 



s 2 lo/oi/m c 1 N sa3 

H 2 10/03/81 B 1 N W66 



H 2 12/27/81 D 
H 2 B/2'?/ai A 



H 2 1 1/13/11 1 1 R LS*. 

H 2 12/ie/Bl 7 P F LI". 



H 2 6/12/31 A 15 



N 



H 2 5/08/81 A 3 N 
H 2 12/17/81 A 16 N 



H 2 7/30/01 D 5 P N 

S 2 7/31/81 D 2 N 

H 2 9/11/81 C 1 P F PD7 

H 2 9/12/?! B 2 P P 137 

S 2 9/12/ei A 9 P P T37 

H 2 9/13/Bl B 9 P N PD7 



H 2 12/19/81 A 11, 
H 2 5/17/91 10 



S 2 6/17/81 C 13 N 
H 2 6/19/91 8 5 N 



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2 

2 


7/05/81 

7/1D/91 

9/26/fll 

11/21/91 

11/26/81 

12/17/31 


D 

B 
A 
C 
A 


3 P 
1 P 
I P 
5 P 
1 P 


U 
F 
N 
P 
P 
E 


Hi,5 
S36 

T37 
M66 


H 


2 


12/19/91 


B 


1 P 


p 


576 



H 2 9/D6/91 C 5 N 

H 2 9/08/81 B 1 P P C56 



H 2 10/03/81 6 9 P 



H 2 


5/D1/91 


C 


1 




N 


H 2 


5/D3/91 


B 


9 




U M71 


H 2 


5/10/91 


9 


5 




U M71 


H 2 


5/17/81 


B 


4 




U G19 


H 2 


6/05/81 


C 


2 




N M71 


H 2 


6/19/91 





1 




N M71 


S 2 


6/19/81 


C 


2 


P 


N R66 


H 2 


7/05/81 


B 


2 


p 


N M71 


S 2 


7/13/91 





t 


P 


N R66 


S 2 


9/2D/ni 


C 


2 




U R66 


S 2 


3/22/31 


A 


9 


P 


U R66 


H 2 


8/26/81 


B 


2 




N 


H 2 


9/30/81 


B 


5 




U M71 


H 2 


11/15/81 


B 


9 




N M71 


S 2 


12/24/91 


B 


1 


P 


N 


H 2 


8/27/81 


D 


1 




N M71 


H 2 


6/28/81 


8 


<t 




N M71 


H 2 


7/01/81 





1 




N 


S 2 


7/01/81 





3 




N 


S 2 


7/02/81 


C 


2 




N R66 


H 2 


7/03 '91 


B 


1 


T 


N 


H 2 


7/05/91 


B 


2 


P 


F "71 


H 2 


7/07/91 


8 


2 


p 


N M71 


M 2 


7/07/81 


6 


2 




U M71 


S 2 


7/07/81 


B 


2 




N R66 


S 2 


7/07/91 


B 


3 


P 


U R66 


S 2 


7/07/81 


A 


1 




N 019 


H 2 


7/08/81 


p 


2 


P 


N M7 I 


H 2 


7/08/91 


E 


2 


P 


N M71 



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SrEFE"0'S Pnj'a "SIUMPS" S0UTH£»N »LL-STARS 
ilL-STAB FIfliL: NORTH 9-SOUTH 3 
C*MfR« CLICKS Eur GAME nOESN'T 
AARON STILL LEARNING TO C0P6: 

CAROLINA MOTOR CLUR 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE MOTOR CLUB 

POLL SHOWS OPPOSITION TO CAS TAX 
MAKE IT THE HONEYMOON OF YOUR DREAMS lADI 
NO GASOLINE SHORTAGE SEEN OVER HOLIDAY 
HOST GAS STATIONS TO BE CLOSED DEC. i5 

CAROLINA POLL 

seI also un'iv^ of N.C. -Chapel hill school of journalism 

poll: N.C. VlfWS VARY ON NIXON LIBRARY PLAN 

CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT CO. 
CPCL WON'T PROTEST FINE 

CPtL ASKS RATE INCREASE. REDUCTION OF FUEL CHARGE 
oiTc Ljruc cniiTuf 

rn HALT CPtL NUCLEAR OevELQPMENT 

n.. r . ,n AMI/-! rjo oc»rTnoC 

iROwTH 




CPCL 10 RA I St KA i t s 

CPCL LOSES GENERATOR. CUTS VOLTAGE 

CPCL SAYS SABOTAGE MAY HAVE SHUT N-PLANT 

NO EVIDENCE FiTUND INDICATING SABOTAGE 

ACCIDENTS HINDER CPCL NUCLEAR PLANT PRODUCTION 

fPfl N-PI ANT SHUT OFF 




LKt.L ."LA^i 'U Urrci^ LUNiC^VWll 

CPCL SAYS UNIT OUT OF SERVICE 

PO»ER AGENCY BAPS REPORT ON N-PLANT 

NUCLEAR UNIT IN OPERATION 

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES TO BE TESTED 

CPCL 9ATE INCREASE DELAYED 

SABOTAGE A FOOLISH ANSWER 

CPCL SAYS FUEL COST HIKE COULD BENEFIT CONSUMERS 

CPCL WARNS NUCLEAR UNIT TO BE UOWN 

CPCL IS DENIED INCREASE IN BILLS 

POWER FIRMS SFEK INCREASE IN ASH LIMIT 

AMPUTEE SUES CPCL 

AMPUTEE SUES CPCL. LANDOWNER 





SERVICE TO BE INTERRUPTED 

CPCL TO CUT OFF POWER 

UTILITIES OFFER WAYS TO FIGHT RISING BILLS 

CPCL OFFERS SPECIAL STOCK PLAN 

N.C. UTILITIES OFFER CONSERVATION PROGRAMS 



3.5X 



COMMENTS ON BRUNSWICK 

POWER AGENCY REACHES GOAL 

VEPCO RATES STILL HIGH 

CPCL SEEKS FuFL CHARGES INCREASE AVERAGING «e.lB PER MONTH 

NRC PROPOSES i'.O.OQO PENALTY IN CPCL NUCLEAR EXPOSURE CASE 

CPCL TO RESTORE VOLTAGE 

2 NUCLEAR UNITS MAY BE CANCELED 

Ai_ni iniT no na I c ur uiw uTwC fori D 



ALLOTMENTS 



cpcl ordered to give refund 

cpcl granted rate increase 

commission trims cpcl rate increase by 

cpcl trims harris plant plans 

conservation comes of age 

power outage hits part of asheville 

cpcl cancels turbines order 

rewards must ^le earned 

carolina power and light co.. sales and earnings 
cpcl reports earnings down 

carolina regional theatre 

see also playmakers repertory co. 
williams decries new south 
touring company names director 

Carolina study center 

SEE also EVANGELISM 

study center leader resigns 

evangelical movement takes scholarly tack 

Carolina tarwheels bicycle club 
see also bicycles 

tarwheels - CAMARADERIE TRIANGLE CYCLISTS 
BIKE-SAFETY AID GIVEN 
aiKE TOUR MAPS OF TRIANGLE 

CAROLINA TELEPHONE CO. 

CTCT TO SEEK RATE INCREASE 

CTCT FILES FOR 2J.<.l INCREASE 

3 AREAS SEEKING EXTENDED TELEPHONE SERVICE 

TELEPHONE WORKERS. COMPANY OK CONTRACT 

BOARD RE-ELECTS ROwE 

BUSINESS LEADER SAYS INDUSTRY GREATLY NEEDED IN EASTERN N.C. 

CTCT, UNION REACH TERMS 

Caoolina theater (OURHAM, N.C.I 

PREMIERE TONIGHT AT CAROLINA THEATRE 



Date 



PG L P BYL 



S J 7/oa/BI D I P N R(>6 

S 2 7/08/11 D 1 P P H9') 

S 2 7/08/ei D 1 P U Die 

H 2 7/09/ni U 1 P f M71 



H 2 5/10/ei A I 1 

H 2 6/2B/81 G <> 

H 2 lI/2<./8l A 10 

S 2 12/17/81 C 17 



S 2 11/06/81 A I 



H 2 


5/1V81 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


5/16/81 


A 




N 


S 2 


5/16/81 


A 


14 


H 


M 2 


5/20/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


5/21/31 


H 




N 


S 2 


5/25/81 


C 




N 


H 2 


5/26/81 


A 


11 


N 


M 2 


6/10/81 


A 




L 


H 2 


6/13/81 


A 


!<. 


N 


H 2 


6/17/81 


c 




N 


H 2 


6/ia/81 


D 




H 


S 2 


6/22/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


7/05/81 


A 


13 


N 


S 2 


7/07/81 


a 




N 


H 2 


7/15/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


7/17/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


7/18/81 


A 




N 


S 2 


7/ia/fll 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


7/19/81 


c 




N 


H 2 


7/20/81 


6 




N 


H 2 


7/21/81 


A 




M 


H 2 


7/22/81 


B 




N 


H 2 


7/23/Rl 


a 




n 


H 2 


7/23/81 


B 




N 


H 2 


7/28/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


7/26/'»l 


A 


1 1 


N 


S 2 


7/29/81 


S 




N 


H 2 


7/29/81 


c 


12 


N 


H 2 


8/D5/B1 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


8/05/81 


c 




N 


H 2 


8/05/81 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


B/06/B1 


A 


25 


N 


H 2 


8/06/81 


c 


13 


N 


H 2 


8/08/81 


u 




N 


S 2 


a/ll/Bl 


8 




N 


H 2 


8/12/81 


A 




N 


S 2 


8/l<./81 


A 




e 


H 2 


8/18/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


3/n/Bl 


13 




N 


H 2 


9/Q2/81 


C 


12 


N 


H 2 


9/0'./81 


A 




N 


H 2 


9/0*/8l 


A 




N 


S 2 


9/04/81 


c 




N 


S 2 


9/10/81 


C 




N 


H 2 


9/11/81 


c 




N 


H 2 


9/13/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


9/16/81 


A 




N 


S 2 


9/16/81 


C 


11 


P F 


H 2 


9/20/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


9/21/81 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


9/21/81 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


9/25/Bl 


A 




N 


H 2 


9/27/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


9/30/ei 


A 


1<. 


N 


H 2 


10/02/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


10/03/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


10/15/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


0/22/81 


A 


20 


N 


H 2 


0/23/ei 


c 




N 


H 2 


0/23/81 


c 




N 


H 2 


10/2<./8 


A 




N 


H 2 


10/2'./8 


A 




N 


S 2 


10/2'./8 , 


A 




N 


H 2 


10/25/81 


c 




N 


H 2 


10/26/81 


A 




N 


S 2 


lO/27/Bl 


A 




N 


S 2 


10/28/81 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 2 


10/30/81 


A 




N 


S 2 


11/10/81 


B 




N 


H 2 


12/02/81 


A 


ID 


N 


S 2 


12/15/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


12/16/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


12/17/81 


A 




P N 


S 2 


2/21/81 


A 




e 


H I 


2/22/81 


b 




1 


H 2 


2/25/81 


A 


15 


N 


S 2 


12/31/81 


A 


*t 


E 



H 2 7/23/ei A 



H 2 5/01/81 C 
H 2 lO/OI/ai 



5/23/fll 
a/22/Bl 



S 2 5/21/Rl D 
H 2 5/2<./8l D 
S 2 12/17/81 



9 P N P66 



N F57 
L 



2 7/25/81 

1 a/28/81 

1 9/29/81 

2 11/30/81 
1 12/09/81 

1 12/12/81 

2 12/24/81 



N 

N H60 



H 2 5/01/81 7 P N P66 



mqnthly/an 



- » L INDEX 

5/01/ai - W/31/SI 



FIVE O'CLOCK LADIES (iDl 

■C«L YOUNG UN' Shows SATURDAY 

RIALTD MAD "OOE LivE TALENT ACTS 

TEMPTRESSES: R«ST AND PRESENT 

CAROLINA ImCaIRE •MOLDING' DESPITE LANGUAGE BARRIER 

REPAIR yJRK 3EGINS 

OOrtN, £3UT NOT OUT 

LOGICAL PLACE fOR A PREMIERE 

TOP-FLICmT ENTERTAINMENT 

Carolina theatre igrfensboro. n. c.i 

GREENSaORO TmFaTER OAMAGEO 

VICTIM OF FIRF IS IDENTIFIED 

VICTIM MAY HAVE STARTED THEATER FIRE 

Carolina times tNE-*SPAPERi 

SEE ALSO NEwSPAPERSt OuRham 

carolina times president dies 

Carolina tire cq. 

zenith -picture perfect" gives horry free color 
police probing robbery 

carolinas amateur golf tournament 
see also golf 

CAROLINA GOLFER SEACmFS FINALS 
PlYLERi MILLS REACH FINALS OF AMATEUR 
STATE'S MILLS TIUFS CAROLINAS AMATEUR 

CAROLINaS HOSPITAL AND HEALTH SERVICES INC. 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS. COSTS 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C. 

MAL«ER ELECTED TO 3-YEAR TERM ON TRUSTEE BUARD 

CAROUSELS 

OLD CARROUSEL'S RESTORATION URGED 

ORIVE STARTED TO PRESERVE BURLINGTON PARK CAROUSEL 

CaROMINOS 

TWEETSIE CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY. CAROWINOS SWINGS To BEACH BEAT 
CARCINCS CROhO snarls INTERSTATE TRAFFIC 

CAFPFNTEPS ITRAOEI 

HE'S PIONEER UOOO mORKER 

CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET INC. 

CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET FOR INTEGRITY AND iUALITY 
SALESMAN PLEADS GUILTY TO LARCENY 
AUTO SALESMAN PLEADS OuICTY 
CAR DEALER OPENS AT NORThGATE 

CARPENTER'S INC. 

SEE CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET INC. 

CARPOOL ING 

SEE ALSO GASOLINE CONSERVATION 
TRI-A-RIOE TO hOR« 
E»*PLOY£R SURVEY SET TO MATCH CAflPOOL RIDERS 

CARR UNITE" METHODIST CMURCM 
ANNUAL BA2AAR 

CaRH«ORO, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION FOR A BETTER CARRaORO 

SEE ALSO RANGE^OOD SUBDIVISION (ORANGE COUNTY, N.C.) 

ESSAY CONTEST PLANNED 

TOmN seeks CRAFTSMEN FOR FETE 

ORANGE JOB OFFICE CLOSING NEXT WEEK 

PLAN STRESSES CONSERVATION 

MICROELECTRONICS FIRM CONSIDERING CArtRBORD 

CARR3QR0 MAS COME LONG WAY 

THIEVES oREAK IN LICENSE BUREAU 

LICENSING EQUIPMENT, CASH STOLEN 

CARRBORO. I.e., ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO Chapel HILL. N.C. ANNEXATION 
CARRBORO JANTS ORANGE CO. LAND 
TOWN MERGER. ANNEXATION OEBATEO 

CARRPORO, N.C. APARTMENTS 

TjO phases of CARRBORO COMPLEX OK ' D 
CONDOMINIUMS GIVEN APPROVAL 
BOaPO to get HOLrSING PROPOSAL 
CARRBORO TO PONPER APARTMENTS 

CAOR°ORO. N.C, BICYCLE ROUTES 
SEE ALSO BICYCLE LANES 

GROUP CITES BUEwAYS, SIDEWALKS AS NEEDS 

BUE LANE IN CARRBORO IS OPENED 

CARRBORO BIKE LANE IS OPENED 

BIkEPATh "IDS HIGHER THAN PROJECT'S BUDGET 

BIKE PATH BIOS APPROVED 

MUIRHEAD GETS BIO 

CARRBORO, N.C. Budget 

lO-CENT TAX HIKE PROPOSED 8Y CARRBORO TOwN MANAGER 

CARRBORO BOARO RESISTS 150,000 CUT IN BUDGET 

CARRBORO BOARD PASSES TAX HIKE 

OFFICIALS TRY TO RESTORE CARRBORO SURPLUS FUNDS 

ALDERMAN COUNTERS CLAIMS 

CARRBORO EMPLOYEES MAY BE GETTING RAISE 

CARRBORO RAISES EMPLOYEES' PAY 

CARRBORO WANTS ORANGE CO. LAND 

CARRPORO, N.C, BUSES 

SEE ALSO ChAPEL MILL, N.C. BUSES 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN APPROVE INSTALLATION OF BUS SHELTERS 
ALDERMAN CLAIMS BUSES COULD STOP 
ALDERMEN APPROVE CONOO 
CARRBORO CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF 

CAHR'^ORO, N.C. CITY EMPLOYEES 

Carobobo EmpiOyEES may BE GETTING RAISE 
CARRBORO GIVcS ITS EMPLOYEES 7 PCT. RAISE 
CARRBORO RAISES EMPLOYEES' PAY 
ACTION ON PAY STUDY DUE IN MONTH 
rOwN IMPOSES FREEZE ON HIRING 

job freeze will save $9,981 

carrboro, n.c, drought 

university lake level falling half inch a day 

owasa proposes rate mike 

agency planning drive for water conservation 

carrporo, n.c. economic development 

carrboro group backs franklin st. extension 



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DATE 


C 


PG 


I 


P 


BYL 




2 


5/Ul/Rl 


D 


8 


P 


A 








5/Dl/Bl 





I 1 




N 








5/Q3/91 


D 


5 




L 








5/08/81 


D 


i, 




R 


S66 






8/07/81 





1 





F 


P66 






d/10/^1 


A 


1 


P 


P 


T37 






a/11/81 


B 


1 


P 


P 


137 






3/0'./«l 


A 


*. 




E 








12/27/81 


D 


<, 




E 







2 7/02/81 D 7 
2 7/03/81 A 18 
2 T/Oii/ai A 13 



2 10/09/81 B 



6/2a/ei G 
10/26/81 C 



2 7/18/81 D 3 
2 7/19/81 B 6 
2 7/20/Bl B 3 



S 2 8/19/81 A 1<> N 



H 1 5/20/91 C 1 N 

H I 7/25/81 C 1 N H60 



H 2 5/2<./81 R P I 
H 2 8/10/81 B 1 N 



H 2 5/10/81 E 13 P F 



H 2 6/28/81 G 3 P A 

H 2 a/06/Sl B 3 N 

S 2 a/07/fll A 13 N 

H 2 12/13/91 10 N 



H 2 10/I8/B1 C <. A 

5 2 11/12/81 CI N Sa3 



S 2 11/05/81 6 4 P P M66 



s 




5/1 1/91 


n 


5 


s 




5/29/91 




( 


H 




0/19/91 




5 


s 




9/0'./81 




1 


H 




9/06/81 




1 


H 




10/31/81 




<, 


s 




12/09/81 




1 



H 2 12/10/81 C 15 



2 10/01/81 A 10 N M23 
2 10/12/81 B 1 N M23 



H 2 7/29/81 C 2 

S 2 7/29/81 A 17 

H 2 12/15/81 A 10 

S 2 12/15/81 A 5 



s 


? 


9/15/81 


B 


1 


N M23 


H 


7 


10/22/81 


A 


1 7 


N 


s 


2 


10/22/81 


A 


1 n 


N 


s 


2 


10/27/81 


A 


3 


N M23 


H 


? 


10/28/91 


A 


7 


N M23 


s 


2 


10/28/81 


A 


6 


N 


m 


? 


5/27/81 


A 


9 


N M04 


H 


? 


6/23/81 


H 


1 


N M04 


H 


? 


6/24/81 


H 


1 


N M04 


s 


/ 


9/29/91 


A 


1 


N M23 


H 


/ 


9/03/31 


A 


1 3 


N M23 


s 


I 


9/09/81 


A 


6 


N M23 


H 


I 


9/23/91 


S 


1 


N M2 3 


H 


! 


10/Dl/Bl 


A 


ID 


N M23 



2 9/03/Bl CBN H68 

2 9/10/81 A 17 N M23 

2 10/14/91 B 3 N 

2 10/16/81 A 13 N M23 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



9/09/81 

9/17/81 

9/23/81 

11/21/81 

12/09/81 

12/10/81 



1 3 
1 



5/16/81 B 
5/22/81 C 
6/29/91 B 



M23 
M23 



N M04 
N M04 



S 2 10/14/81 A 1 



MOhrHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

V0U81 - U/31/81 



CIBBBIRO «LOE«MfN TiRGET BALLFIELO FOR DEVELOPNENT 
CABROOaO. 'I.e.. ELECTIONS ^,,,„. , 

see also carrboao board of alde«mfn. elections 
clrrbhrn alderman white announces re-elfction bio 
aloer"an claims buses could stop 
one candidate files in orange 
carreoro mayor to seek 3rd term 
cheshire files for hillsborough mayor 
Cheshire joins race 

calduell is candidate for carrboro alderman 
garrett may announce bio 

FnuR "ORE PLAN TO RUN IN ORANGE 

TWO MORE FILE FOR RF-ELECTION BIOS 

TWO CANDIDATES FILE FOR CARRBORO ALDERMEN 

MESSER PLANS CABRPORO CAMPAIGN 

ROGER MESSER F^(TERS RACE FOR CARRPORO MAYOR 

MS. LEWIS WITHDRAWS FROM CARRBORO RACE 

FIVE CANDIDATES BOYCOTT FORUM 

GROUP BOYCOTTS FORUM FOR CARRBORO CANDIDATES 

NEW CENSUS MEANS MORE MONEY 

CARRBORO FACTION OPENS ITS OFFICE 

CARRBORO CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF 

VOTERS WERE CHEATED 

COAL ITIDN SUPPORTS Z 

WHITE IN CARRPORO RALLY 

CORRECTION 

CARRBORO GROUP WAGES A DECEPTIVE CAMPAIGN 

HlLLS»OROUGH, CARRBORO RACES CONTRAST IN STYLE 

SOUTH ORANGE PLACK CAUCUS ENDORSES II CANDIDATES 

CARRBORO CAN3IDAIE DID NOT LIST HIS TAXES 

BARGAINING TO BE AIRED , ., „.„ 

Taxing ISSUE: CARRBORO CANDIDATE SAYS HE DIDN'T PAY 
CANDIDATES DEPATE DEVELOPMENT 

6 VYING FOR THREE SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 
CANDIDATES VARY ON DEVELOPMENT 
CARRBORO HAS COME LONG WAY 

NINE CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF IN CARRBORO ELECTION 

ART SCHOOL Funds weren-t available 

CITY RESIDENTS ARE TAXED TWICE 

CARRBORO IS OUTVOTING ORANGE CO. NEIGHBORS 

THREE INCUMPENTS LOSE IN CARRBORO 

3 STAY ON SCHOOL BOARD 

3 KEEP SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

CAMPAIGN SLOGAN CaTCHES COALITION 

three coalition incumbents lose in carrboro 

carrboro. n.c.. fire hydrant rental fees 

see also carrboro. n.c.. water rates 

see also carrboro firf oept. 

see also fire hydrants 
owasa wants districts to pay hydrant fees 
officials try to restore carrboro surplus funds 
motion brewing to collect hydrant fees 
owasa asks counties to pay hydrant fees 

carrporo. n.c.. growth development 
carrboro wants orange co. land 

carrboro. n.c.* housing 

carrboro boaro oecioes in neighborhood's favor 
carrboro group backs franklin st. extension 
board to get housing proposal 
carrboro to ponder apartments 

carrboro. n.c.. land use 

carrboro wants orange co. land 

carrboro. n.c.. mayor's office 

carrboro mayor to seek 3r0 term 

Cheshire files fo» hillsborough mayor 

messer plans carrboro campaign 

roger messer enters race for carrboro mayor 

ms. lewis withdraws from carrboro race 

FIVE Candidates boycott forum 

GROUP boycotts forum for CARRBORO CANDIDATES 

CARRBORO FACTION OPENS ITS OFFICE 

CARRBORO CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF 

VOTERS WERE CHEATED 

WHITE IN CARRBORO RALLY 

CORRECTION 

HILLSBOROUGH, CARRBORO RACES CONTRAST IN STYLE 

CANOmAIES DEBATE DEVELOPMENT 

CANDIDATES VARY ON DEVELOPMENT 

NINE CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF IN CARRBORO ELECTION 

Three INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRBORO 

THREE COALITION INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRPORO 

TOWN OFFICIALS TO TAKE OATHS 

CARRBORO. N.C.. PARKS 

CARRBORO WANTS ORANGE CO. LAND 

CARRBORO CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF 

CARRBORO PARK TO OPEN 

CARRBORO PARK OPENS SUNDAY 

CARRBORO RECEIVES GRANT TO BUILD POOL AT NEW PARK 

CARRBORO TO GET SWIMMING POOL 

CARRBORO POOL LOOKS POSSIBLE 

CARRBORO GRANT MAY FUND POOL 

CONGRESSMAN ANNOUNCES GRANT FOR CARRBORO PARK 

CARRBORO. N.C.. POPULATION 

CARRBORO TO GET RECOUNT 

CARRBORO WILL GET POPULATION RECOUNT 

OFFICIALS TRY TO RESTORE CARRBORO SURPLUS FUNDS 

NEw CENSUS MEANS MORE MONEY 

STATE DROPS CARRBORO CENSUS RECOUNT 

STATE ADJUSTS CARRBORO CENSUS 

CARRBORO RECOUNT IS WORTH 131.718 

CARRBORO DROPPING SUIT 

CARRBORO. N.C.. PROPERTY TAXES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO. 'I.C, TAXES 

ID-CENT TAX HIKE PROPOSED BY CARRBORO TOWN MANAGER 
CARRBORO BOARO RESISTS 450.000 CUT IN BUDGET 
OFFICIALS TRY TO RESTORE CARRBORO SURPLUS FUNDS 
ALDERMAN COUNTERS CLAIMS 

CARRBORO Candidate did not list his taxes 

CARRRORO. N.C.. SEWER LINES 

SEE ALSO Chapel HILL. N.C., SEWERS 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill/carrboro. sewage treatment plants 

SEE also orange water ANO SEwER AUTHORITY 
OWASA 10 ALTER POL ICY 
SEwFR DESIGN Ok BRINGS SYSTEM CLOSER 
SEVEN TOWN SEWERS OVERLOADED 

7 ORANGE SEWERS NEED REPAIRS 



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N E 




E 


C 


Y 






P D 


DATE 


C 


PG L 


P 


9YL 




S J 


12/I8/ni 


A 


1 


N 


M23 




S 2 


9/03/81 


A 


8 


N 


H23 




H 2 


9/10/81 


A 


n 


N 


M23 




H 2 


9/ 2/31 


B 




N 






S 2 


9/ 6/8 


A 




N 


M23 




H 2 


9/17/8 


B 




N 


M23 




S 2 


9/17/8 


A 


12 


N 






H 2 


9/19/B 


A 


ID 


N 






5 2 


9/22/8 


A 


3 


N 






H 2 


9/23/81 


A 


ID 


N 


M23 




S 2 


9/23/Bl 


A 


19 


N 






H 2 


9/26/81 


B 


4 


N 


M23 




S 2 


9/29/81 


A 


8 


N 


M2J 




M 2 


9/30/ei 


C 


5 


N 


M23 




H 2 


IO/02/ai 


A 


17 


N 


M23 




H 2 


10/06/81 


B 


1 


N 


W36 




S 2 


10/06/81 


A 


10 


N 






M 2 


10/08/81 


5 


1 


N 


M23 




H 2 


10/09/81 


A 


12 


N 






H 2 


10/16/81 


A 


13 


N 


M23 




H 2 


10/2D/B1 


A 


<• 


L 






S 2 


10/21/81 


A 


10 


N 


M23 




H 2 


10/23/81 


A 


T 


N 


M23 




H 2 


lO/ii/Rl 


A 


8 


N 






H 2 


10/25/81 





i, 


L 






S 2 


0/26/81 


A 


3 


N 


Xl", 




H 2 


0/27/81 


A 


I 1 


N 






S 2 


lO/27/fll 


A 


3 


N 






5 2 


10/28/81 


A 


6 


N 






H 2 


10/29/81 


B 


<i 


N 






H 2 


10/30/81 


C 


5 


N 


M23 




S 2 


10/30/Bl 


A 


6 


N 


M23 




5 2 


10/30/81 


A 


6 


N 






H 2 


10/31/81 


A 


^ 


L 






S 2 


10/31/81 


A 


3 


N 


M23 




S 1 


U/02/81 


C 


I 


N 






H 2 


11/03/81 


A 


S 


L 






S 2 


11/03/81 


A 


9 


N 






H 2 


U/O'./ei 


e 


I 


N 


M23 




H 2 


U/O'./PI 


B 


1 


N 


M23 




S 2 


U/O'./BI 


A 


6 


N 






S 2 


U/Oi/Bl 


A 


9 


N 


M23 




S 2 


11/0^/81 


C 


1 


N 







8/13/81 

a/29/ei 

9/09/81 
9/10/81 



N H66 

N M2 3 

N M23 

N 



H 2 10/01/81 A 10 N M23 



H 2 7/2'./81 B 1 N H6e 

S 2 10/1<./81 A 1 N M23 

H 2 12/15/81 A 10 N 

S 2 12/15/Bl A 5 N 



H 


2 


10/01/81 


A 


10 


N 


M23 


s 




9/16/81 


A 


1 


N 


M23 


H 




9/17/81 


B 


3 


N 


M2 3 


s 




9/29/81 


A 


e 


N 


M23 


H 




9/30/81 


c 


5 


N 


M23 


H 




10/02/81 


A 


17 


N 


H2 3 


H 




10/06/81 


8 


I 


N 


W36 


S 




10/06/81 


A 





N 




H 




10/09/81 


A 


2 


N 




H 




10/16/81 


A 


13 


N 


H23 


H 




10/20/81 


A 


4 


L 




H 




10/2 3/ai 


A 


7 


N 


M23 


H 




10/2<./ai 


A 


a 


N 




S 




10/26/81 


A 


3 


N 


XI* 


H 




10/30/81 


c 


5 


N 


M23 


S 




10/30/81 


A 


6 


N 




s 




10/31/81 


A 


3 


N 


M23 


H 




I1/04/81 


a 


I 


N 


M23 


s 




U/O'./Bl 


c 


1 


N 




H 




12/02/ai 


A 


11 


N 




H 




IQ/Ol/Sl 


A 


10 


N 


M23 


H 




10/16/Bl 


A 


13 


N 


M23 


H 




10/21/81 


A 


7 


N 




s 




10/22/81 


A 


5 


N 




H 




11/06/81 


e 


1 


N 


M23 


s 




11/06/81 


A 


5 


N 




H 




11/11/81 


A 


9 


N 


M23 


s 




11/11/81 


A 


5 


N 




H 




12/25/81 


B 


I 


N 




H 




7/29/el 


C 


1 


N 




s 




7/29/ai 


A 


17 


N 




s 




8/29/81 


A 


1 


N 


M23 


H 




10/08/81 


E 


1 


N 


M23 


s 




ll/2<./Pl 


B 


I 


N 




H 




11/25/81 


A 


9 


N 


M23 


H 




11/26/81 


A 


16 


N 




5 




l2/07/ai 


C 


1 


N 




H 


2 


5/27/81 


A 


9 


N 


MOli 


H 


2 


6/23/81 


B 


I 


N 


MO". 


s 


2 


8/29/81 


A 


1 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


9/03/81 


A 


13 


N 


M23 


S 


2 


10/27/81 


A 


3 


N 





H 2 
S 2 



9/2«/8l 
10/13/81 
10/29/81 
10/29/81 



16 

5 



N M23 

N 
N 



M0NTHLY/4NNU 



INDEX 
12/31/81 



S U B J £ 



SEuER unk» IJ COST 18 MILLION 

m -tlLLlON SAIO NEEDED FOR SEWERS 

aO««0 CONSIDERS NAINTJI'lINC, LINES 

C»RR»ORO. 'I.e., SICN OOOtN'NCE 
SEE ALSn SIGNS ANO SY**BnLS 

RULING ALLOmS JENOY'S TO KEEP DRIVE-IN HINDOH 

'■""^CARBtoJp'&RnoO BACKS FRANKLIN ST. EXTENSION 
CARB80R0 BEGINS PLANS FOR FRANKLIN EXtcNSION 

CABRPGOQi 'I.e.. TAX RATE , , 

10-CENT TAX HIKE PROPOSED BY CARRBORO TO»N MANAGtR 

CARRBOR .^. ..^p ^^^ N.C.. PROPERTY TAXES ,,„ 

lO-CENT TAX HIKE PROPOSED BY CARRBORO TOWN MANAGER 
CARBbO^O BJARO PASSES TAX HIKE 
CITY RESIDENTS ARE TAXED TWICE 

CARR'^OBO. N.C-* WATER BATES , , ^ ^^^r 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO. M.C.. FIRE HYDRANT RENTAL FEES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE WITFB AND SEwER AUTHORITY 

OWASA PROPOSES RATE hIkE 

OWASA BUDGET TIED TO RATES 

WATER, SEwER BILL TO RISE lb* 

OWASA RAISES ITS RATES 

CARRBORO. N.C.. ZONING 

CARRBORO EMPLOYEES MAY BE GETTING RAISE 
BOARD CONSIDERS RETIREMENT HOME 

CARRBORO APPEARANCE COMMITTEE 
CARPbOHO STUDIES CLEANUP 

CARRBORO ART SCHOOL 

ART SCHOOL OFFERS SUMMER CLASSES 
ART SCHOOL OFFERS ALTERNATIVE FOR CHILDREN 
PLAY ENTERTAINS ALL AGES 
KIDS • CAM£0»S = BuTNER EXHIBIT 
THERE'S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE 
HARD TO WATCH -WHAT THE SUTLER SAW- 
ART SCHOOL BEGINS FUND DRIVE 
ART SCHOOL FUNDS WEREN'T AVAILABLE 
•TRIPLE TREAT' HAS ONE DELICIOUS PLAY 
BELLY LAUGHS DELIVERED IN ART SCHOOL'S 'TRIPLE' 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN 

Two PHASES OF CARRBORO COMPLEX OK ' D 

CONDOMINIUMS GIVEN APPROVAL 

TRAFFIC PRO»LFMS GET ATTENTION 

ALDERMAN COUNTERS CLAIMS , . ,^. , 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN APPROVE INSTALLATION OF BUS SHtLTEkS 

CARRBORO EMPLOYEES MAY PE GETTING RAISE 

CHESHIRE JOINS Race 

GARRETT MAY ANNOUNCE BID 

CARRBORO RAISES EMPLOYEES' PAY 

CARRBORO WANTS ORANGE CO. LAND 

BOARD CONSLDEBS RETIREMENT HOME 

ALOeR"EN APPROVE CONOO 

3IKE PATH BIDS APPROVED ^ „ 

CARRBORO RECEIVES GRANT TO BUILD POOL AT NEW PARK 

ALDERMEN IGNORE APPOINTMENTS REOUEST 

CARRBORO GRANT MAY FuNO POOL 

CARRBORO BEGINS PLANS FOR FRanklIN EXTENSION 

ACTION ON PAY STUDY DUE IN MONTH 

TOWN OFFICIALS TO TAKE OATHS 

TOWN IMPOSES FBEJze ON HIRING 

JOB FREEZE WILL SAVE 19.<)9l 

BOARD TO GET HOUSING PROPOSAL 

CARRBORO TO PONDER APARTMENTS , , 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN TARGET BALLFI6L0 FOR DEVELOPMENT 

TOWN BOARDS TO CONSIDER TRAFFIC PLANS , , „, r„.Ec,r ,...c 

CHAPEL HILL. CARRBORO TO CONSIOER SOLUTIONS TO FUTURE TRAFFIC JAMS 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN, BUDGET , , , _ „,^, 
CARRBORO BOABO RESISTS J50.00D CUT IN BUDGET 
CARRbtlRO BOARD PASSES TAX HIkE 
CARRBORO GIVES ITS EMPLOYEES 7 PCT. RAISE 
CARRBORO POOL LOOKS POSSIBLE 

CARRBORO BOABO OF ALDERMEN. ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO. N.C.. ELECTIONS ,,,,„ „,„ 

CARRBORO ALDERMAN WHITE ANNOUNCES RE-ELECTION BIO 
CHESHIRE FILES FOR HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR 
CALDWELL IS CANDIDATE FOR CARRBORO ALDERMAN 
FOUP MOPE PLAN TO RUN IN ORANGE 
TWO MORE FILE FOR RE-ELECTION BIDS 
TWO CANDIDATES FILE FOR CARRBORO ALDERMEN 
MS. LEWIS WITHDRAWS FROM CARRBORO RACE 
SURPRISE CANOIOATES FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 
FIVE CANOIOATES BOYCOTT FORUM 

GROUP BOYCOTTS FORUM FOR CARRBORO CANDIDATES 
CARRBORO FACTION OPENS ITS OFFICE 
TOWN MERGER, ANNEXATION DEBATED 
CARRBORO CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF 
VOTERS WERE CHEATED 
WHITE IN CARRBORO RALLY 
CORRECTION 

HILLSBOROUGH, CARRBORO RACES CONTRAST IN STYLE 
SOUTH ORANGE "LACK CAUCUS ENDORSES 11 CANDIDATES 
CARRBORO CANDIDATE DID NOT LIST HIS TAXES 
TAXING ISSUE: CARRBORO CANDIDATE SAYS HE DIDN'T PAY 
CANOIOATES OERaTE DEVELOPMENT 
CANDIDATES VABY ON DEVELOPMENT 

NINE CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF IN CARRBORO ELECTION 
THREE INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRBORO 

CAMPAIGN Slogan catches coalition 

THREE COALITION INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRBORO 

CARRBORO COMMUNITY COALITION 
SEE ALSO L IBERALS 

ALDERMAN CLAIMS BUSES COULD STOP 
GROUP CITES alKEwAYS, SIDEWALKS AS NEEDS 
CALDWFLL IS CANDIDATE FOR CARRBORO ALDERMAN 
MS. LE,.1S WITHDRAWS FROM CARRBORO RACE 

FIVE Candidates boycott forum 

GROUP boycotts FOBuM FOR CARRBORO CANOIOATES 

NEW CENSUS MEANS MORE MONEY 

TEACHER EVALUATIONS DISCUSSED 

SLATE NOT ENDORSED 

CARRBORO GROUP BACKS FRANKLIN ST. EXTENSION 

VOTERS WERE CHEATED 

COALITION SuPPOBTS Z 

HILLSBOROUGH, CARRBORO RACES CONTRAST IN STYLE 



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DATE 


5 
E 
C 


I 

L 

PG L 


T 
Y 
P 


BYL 




H 2 
S 2 
S 1 


11/12/91 
11/12/81 
12/01/81 


A 
A 

B 


1 


N 
N 
N 






H 2 


a/26/91 


A 


!■! 


N 


G53 




S 2 
H 2 


I0/l<./81 
U/H/Bl 


A 

A 


1 
10 


N 
N 


M23 




H 2 


5/27/81 


A 


9 


N 


M04 




H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


5/2T/fll 
6/24/91 
11/03/31 


A 
B 
A 


1 
5 


N 
N 

L 


M0<, 
MC^ 





H 2 5/22/81 C 6 N M0<, 

H 2 6/19/91 A 15 N MOA 

S 2 9/17/91 A 12 N M23 

H 2 9/18/91 3 1 N M23 



S 2 


9/09/91 


A 


6 


N 


M23 


S 2 


10/07/81 


c 


1 


N 




5 2 


U/16/BI 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


5/1 5/81 


D 


10 


I 




S 2 


5/28/Sl 


D 


<t P 


N 


F57 


S 2 


7/31/81 


D 


7 


R 


?'] 


H 2 


d/l'./a 





7 


U 


G69 


S 2 


9/03/9 


D 


2 P 


F 


971 


S 2 


9/2A/8 





•, P 


B 


N25 


S 2 


10/08/91 





15 


N 




S 1 


11/02/81 


c 


1 


N 




S 2 


12/10/91 





7 


R 


N25 


H 2 


12/11/91 


D 


5 


R 




H 2 


7/29/91 




, 


N 


H6a 


S 2 


7/29/91 




17 


N 




S 2 


9/02/ni 




16 


N 


H23 


H 2 


9/03/81 




1 3 


N 


M23 


H 2 


9/03/91 




9 


N 


H6a 


S 2 


9/09/91 




6 


N 


M23 


S 2 


9/17/91 




12 


N 




S 2 


9/22/ai 




3 


N 




H 2 


9/23/81 




1 


N 


M23 


H 2 


10/01/81 




10 


N 


H23 


S 2 


10/07/91 




1 


N 




H 2 


10/1<./91 




3 


N 




H 2 


10/29/Rl 




7 


N 


M23 


H 2 


ll/a6/fll 




1 


N 


M23 


S 2 


11/11/91 




5 


N 




S 2 


U/ll/Bl 




<^ 


N 




H 2 


U/l'./Bl 




10 


N 




S 2 


H/21/ni 




5 


N 


M23 


H 2 


12/02/91 




1 1 


N 




H 2 


12/09/91 




9 


N 




S 2 


12/10/91 




10 


N 


M23 


H 2 


12/15/91 




10 


N 




S 2 


12/15/91 




5 


N 




S 2 


12/19'91 




1 


N 


M23 


S 2 


12/29/81 


6 


1 


N 


M23 


H 2 


12/30/81 


3 


lA 


N 


M23 



2 6/23/91 B 1 N MO* 

2 6/2<>/91 B 1 N MO-V 

2 9/17/91 A 13 N 

2 11/11/81 A 9 N M23 



s 


2 


9/03/81 


A 


8 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


9/17/91 


B 


3 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


9/19/ai 




10 


N 




H 


2 


9/23/81 




10 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


9/23/81 




19 


N 




H 


2 


9/26/81 






N 


M23 


H 


2 


10/02/91 




I 7 


N 


M2 3 


H 


2 


10/03/91 






N 


XH 


H 


2 


10/06/91 






N 


W36 


s 


2 


10/06/81 




10 


N 




H 


2 


10/09/91 




12 


N 




H 


2 


10/12/81 






N 


M23 


H 


2 


10/16/91 




13 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


10/20/91 






L 




H 


2 


lO/23/Bl 






N 


M23 


H 


2 


lO/2<,/91 






N 




s 


2 


1D/26/S1 






N 


XU 


H 


2 


10/27/91 




li 


N 




s 


2 


iO/27/ai 






N 




H 


2 


10/29/91 






N 




H 


2 


lD/30/91 






N 


M23 


s 


2 


10/30/81 






N 




s 


2 


10/31/91 






N 


M23 


H 


2 


U/0<./91 






N 


M23 


s 


2 


U/OA/81 






N 


M23 


s 


2 


ll/OA/Rl 






N 




H 


2 


9/10/91 




17 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


9/15/81 






N 


H23 


H 


2 


9/19/81 




10 


N 




M 


2 


10/02/81 




17 


N 


M2 3 


H 




10/06/91 






N 


W36 


s 


2 


10/06/91 




10 


N 




H 


2 


10/08/91 






N 


M23 


H 


2 


10/13/91 




12 _ 


N 


M23 


s 


I 


10/13/81 






N 




s 


2 


lO/lA/91 






N 


M23 


H 


2 


10/20/81 






L 




s 


2 


10/21/81 




10 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


10/26/81 




3 


N 


X14 



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SOUTH OBAriOE 01.SCK CAUCUS ENOOBSES 11 CANDIDATES 

CAND11ATES ItflAlE DEVFLOPXENT 

CANDIDATES VAOy aN DEVELOPMENT ,,,,_. 

NINE CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF IN CARRBOKO ELECTION 

CITY OESIOENTS ARE TAXED TuICF 

THREE INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRRORO 

CAMPAIGN SLOGAN CATCHES COALITION „„„„„„ 

THRFE COALITION INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRBQRQ 

CARR'IOPO COMMUNITY PARK 

SEE CARRBOBO. N.C.. PARKS 

CARRBORO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORP. ,.,„„„„„ 

MICROELECTRONICS FIRM CONSIDERING CA^BBORO 
CARRBOBO WANTS ORANGE CO. LAND 

CARRBOBO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

TEACHER EVALUATIONS DISCUSSED 

CARRROROJUF^OEPT.^^ N.C.. FIRE HYDRANT RENTAL FEES 
CABBBOaO SEEKING VOLUNTEER FIREMEN 

CABBHQBO MAYOB*S OFFICE 

SEE CARRBOBO. N.C.. MAYOR'S OFFICE 

CAPRPOBO PLANNING OFFICE ,., „^. 

SFE ALSO OBANGE/ChaPEL HILL/CARBBORO PLANNING AREA 
CHAPEL HILL GOVERNMENT POST FILLED 
CarBBORO board decides in NEIGHBORHOOD'S FAVOB 

c'SA%V'°iaL.'c"ARSBaRS"o"5"si'DER's3^0TIONS TO FUTURE TBAFFtC JAMS 

CABR80B0 RECBEATION DEPT. 

SEE ALSO CARRBOBO. N.C.. PARKS 
CARBBORO PLANS ESSAY CONTEST 
TRIP FOR ELDERLY SCHEDULED 
AERDBICS CLASS SET 
CARRBOBO PLANS CELE'IRATION 
CARRflORQ SCHEDULES CLASSES THIS MONTH 
FLEA MARKET TRIP PLANNED 
TENNIS LESSONS BEGISIHATION BEGINS MONDAY 

'the little prince' .ill be shown at film festival 
carbboro offers trips. kabate, piano lessons 
tour planned fob elderly 
a trip planned to wine cellars 

caprrqbo town manager ,,„ 

in-cent tax hike proposed by carrboro town manager 

carriage house apartments 
see also apartments 
apartment 3la2e takes firefighters back to old farm 
i fibes bring criticism. praise 

carriages ~~ 

antioue delivery 

cabrington junior high school 
youth robbed at school 
youth held in egg attack 
proud of projects 

marijuana discovery focuses attention on county schools 
educators have trouble verifying drug use 
school puses "it fob cas 
c'bbington junior high school 
teschfr of year named 

durham cou:*ty schools honor carfllngton teacher 
drug sale al school probed 
cabbington principal releases honor boll 
carrington poster winners 
celebrating christmas 
skate-a-thon 

cabbington junior high school sports. football 
county champs 

j.v. champs: high-flying cougars _ ., , ^„ 

family affair: coach shares blindness. bright outlook with brother 

carrot island. n.c. 

wild ponies roam carrot island 



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H 2 10/01/81 A 10 N M23 



H 2 10/13/91 A 12 N M23 
H 2 10/28/81 A 9 N 



H 2 5/29/81 A 10 N 

H 2 7/2<./81 B I N H6R 

S 2 12/29/81 B 1 N M23 

H 2 12/30/81 B 1". N M2J 



5/07/81 

5/10/81 

6/17/81 

7/02/81 

9/l<./ai 

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11/18/81 

11/26/81 

12/03/81 



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6/09/81 A 

6/10/81 C 

6/11/Rl A 

6/15/81 C 

6/17/81 C 

9/08/81 D 

10/31/81 8 

10/31/81 A 

11/14/81 A 

11/20/61 A 

12/08/61 A 

12/19/91 A 

12/22/81 C 



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SEE AUTOS I SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS! 

CARS FOR LESS MONEY I BOOK I 

GUIDE WRITTEN ON BUYING CARS 

CARSON AND BARNES CIRCUS 
SEE ALSO CIRCUS 

CIRCUS: 'FlIT OF HISTORY' ARBIVE5 FRIDAY 

TENT RISES AT SOUTH SOUARE FOR ONE OF LAST 'BIG TOPS" 

BEASTS OF BUflOEN 

A DUBANTE AMONG RHINOS 

RAISE HIGH THE BIG TOP 

CARTERET CnuNTY. N.C. 

MQsouiTOES BUG Carteret 

NO VIOLATION SEEN IN CASE 
N.C. COAL POST PLANS ADVANCE 

CARTHAGE. N.C. 

ESC CUTS SERVICES IN ROXBORO. CARTHAGE 
TRACTOR PULL IS SCHEDULED 

CARTOGRAPHER 

SEE ALSO MAPS. N.C . 

CARTOONING CARTOGRAPHER LOCATES THE FACTS 

CARTOONS 

CHARLOTTE CARTOONIST TO DRAW MUTT AND JEFF 

CARVER INVESTMENT GROUP 

OUBHAM INVESTOR DEAD AT 71 
DURHAM INVESTOR DIES 

CASH PURCHASE DISCOUNTS 
SEE ALSO CREDIT CARDS 

SILL GIVING DISCOUNT FOR CASH OK • D 

CASH REGISTERS 

THESE CASH REGISTERS TALK 

CASH'S USED Car 

AUTOMOBILE IS STOLEN FROM LOT 

CASS CABLE ANTENNA TV SERVICE 



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H 2 10/06/81 B 1 P F W66 

H 2 10/09/81 D 5 N 

S 2 10/09/61 A 2 P P T37 

H 2 10/10/61 A 1 P P T37 

H 2 10/10/81 B 1 P N W66 



H 2 6/27/31 A 13 N 
H 2 9/D5/81 A 5 N 
H 2 10/31/81 B 5 N 



H 1 6/17/81 C 1 
H 1 8/29/81 B 1 



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H 2 10/11/81 D 1MB S36 
S 2 U/28/81 A 16 N 



H 2 6/18/81 A 1 N F78 
S 2 6/18/81 C 1 N 



H 2 5/05/81 C 7 N 
H 2 11/20/81 C lO' N 
S 2 9/26/81 A 3 N 



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I N E < 
12/31/11 



1/10/92 



LEE Ga«NrS <^ii»NCMlSE FOB CABLE TV 

C»S«6LL COUMlr. 'I.e. 

FBI IS I>K33Ir<G ALLEGATIONS LA30aE«S HELD AGAINST MILL 
JUST PKCBING ALLEGATIONS WC»KERS MELO AGAINST MILL 
CASUELL «0«Se SHOM PLANNED 

CASwELL COUNTr PESFGPHINr, ARTS SEDIES 

casmell arts series scheduled 
caSmEll county Planning board 

CASWELL getting NEm lake TO AUCENT hATER SUPPLY 
CASmELL COUNTr SHERIFF'S 06PT. 

caskell deputy shoots man 
catalogs 

alG STORES COXING TO DURHAM VIA THE lAIL 

Cataracts 

SEE ALSO PLInO 

county hospital cleared for plastic lens implants 

catam6a county, n.c. 

cata.ea deputies cleared 
franklin official leaving post 

catausa nuclear station 

GROUP auESTIONS N-PLANT 

catamsa valley hosiery exposition 
see also hosiery industry 
leisure wear's where action is 
sized hosiery almost thing of past 

caterpillars 

see alst insects 

tent caterpillars are sack 

catholic prifsts 

see also -inisters. durham 
see also ministers. n.c. 
see also ministers. u.s. 
CATHOLIC Church needs more priests 

Catholic social services 

They aid women wITh UNWANTED PREGNANCIES 

CATHOLICS 

MORROW defenl:s Funds transfer 
catholic group raps eerrigan 
church growth leveling off in n.c. 
Catholic church needs more priests 

CATS 

The WINNER: 'PURRESSENCE OF PETS' 
FLEAS. NOT MEO-. BROUGHT ON 'SCAT- 
CATS MONTH Ends today 
DOCTOR URGES SHOTS FOR Cats 
FOUND: A CAT NAMED 'CASEY* AT THE MUSEUM 
CATS -iEEO RAfllES SHOTS 

WILL ThFY put on The DOC AND BE CATTY? 
A WATCH CaT'> 

PREGNANT Cat died MISERABLY 
READY TO POUNCE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE PET S?T 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE PET SET 

CATTLE 

SEE LIVESTOCK 

CATTLE RUSTLING 

SEE ALSO OOGnappinG 
SEE ALSO FARMERS. U.S. 
SEE ALST HORSE STEALING 
SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 

RUSTLERS BlamEC IN DEATH OF COwS 

CAVEL division IC3LLINS C AIKMANl 

FOUR OOXBORO PLANTS UNDER NEW DIVISION 
FIRM GETS nEw CONTROLLER 

CEDAR GROvf UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

TWO 'CEDAR GROVES' PLAN SAT. DINNERS 

CELANESE CORP. 

J150.000 PLEDGED 10 MATH SCHOOL 



CELLS 



GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE »E MITOSIS' 



CEMETERIES. OuRhah 

COMMITTEE SNU»S SALE OF PLOTS 
UNCOMPROMISING Duo 

CE"ETERIES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO GRAVES 

SEE ALSO TOMBSTONES 

NEW SILL ADDRESSES CEMETERY WORKERS 

TIME IS kIumT for a TOMSSTONE TOUR 

VOLUNTEERS DIGGING IN FOR GRAVE SEARCH OF PAST 

CENSORSHIP 

SEE ALSO ACAOEMIL FREEDOM 

SEE ALSO BOOK SURNING 

SEE ALSO Durham COuNTy SCHOOLS. CENSORSHIP 

see also first ahfnoment 
see also frfeoa- of the press 
see also record burning (busk i 
see also schools, n.c, censorship 
see also schools, u.s.. censorship 

rfseal of obscenity law sought 

Christian school burns records 

our freedom isn't free 

moral majority would back textbook suits 

offensive material found in textbooks 

FEw N.C. TExr=ooKS Challenged 

STATE'S TEXTBOOK SELECTION METHOD WON'T BE ALTERED 

ROCK ALBUMS TOSSED INTO BONFIRE 

CREDIT CARD INTEREST RATE INCREASE KILLED 

AN IMAGINED Threat 

NUDE DANCING: DON'T KOWTOW TO CENSORS 

THE SWEDISH AIL"ENI 

IDEA Exchange vITal 

CENSORSHIP A TROUBLING TREND IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

DON'T LEI 'NIT, ITS' ROB US 



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H 2 9/02/91 C 12 
H I ')/l6/Bl B 1 



H 2 9/18/Bl D 8 

H 2 10/21/81 A a 

H 1 10/20/81 C 

S 2 U/12/81 B 



2 U/l<./81 S 



H 2 6/05/81 A 
H 1 3/08/31 3 



H 2 T/25/81 A 



H 2 9/lB/ei A 6 P F Hi.5 
H 2 9/15/81 A 6 F HitS 



H 2 6/12/81 A I 1 



S 2 la/26/ai C 3 N 

H 2 9/0B/81 A 6 G 830 



S 2 3/29/fll A 13 N 

H 2 9/28/81 All N 

H 2 10/12/81 S lA N 

5 2 10/26/81 C 3 N 



H 




S/C/Bl 


B 


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6/29/81 




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6/30/Bl 




7 




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H04 


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7/04/91 




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H04 


H 




7/11/81 




in 




N 




s 




7/16/81 




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F 




H 




8/22/31 




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11 


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H 




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H 2 5/02/81 A 5 



H 1 3/26/81 a 1 
H 1 3/27/81 a 1 



H 2 U/13/91 e 2 
H 2 6/10/9 1 B 1 
H 2 7/01/91 A ". 



S2 6/01/31 A 7 
S 2 6/03/81 A A 



H 2 6/19/81 A 8 N 

S 2 10/29/91 2 F 371 
H 2 11/02/81 A 1 P F L30 



H 2 


5/03/81 


A 


16 


N 


M 2 


5/09/81 


B 


4 P N 


S 7 


5/11/81 


A 


4 


F 


S 2 


5/14/91 


A 


1 


N 


H ? 


5/24/31 


n 


4 


I 


H 2 


5/25/31 


B 


7 


N 


H 2 


6/02/91 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


6/12/81 


A 


9 


N 


M 2 


7/01/81 


n 


S 


N 


s ? 


7/03/91 


A 


4 . 


F 


M 7 


7/19/31 


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4 


1 


M ? 


7/29/31 


A 


4 


F 


s ? 


9/06/31 


A 


4 


F 


H 2 


3/08/81 


A 


4 


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M 2 


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A 


4 


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«na»LlIV » -lO THE LIBR««Y 

BOOK aewoVEO FkOM SCHOOL 

COUNTY SCHOTLS 9EV1EH1N0 OROTESTED BOOK 

USE OF NOVEL »T SChHOL PROTESTED 

MORAL MAJORITY FINDS SHOE ON OTHER FOOT 

COUNTY SCHOOLS TO KEEP PROTESTED BOOK ON 

•A PATCH OF bLUE' STAYS AT CHEnNING 

COMMENTS ON BOOKS WELCOME 

PARENTAL CONCERN VITAL 

TEXTBOOKS TOO LAX ABOUT SEX, PROFANITY ,„„,. 

N.C. "inLOCIST SAYS STUDIES ON PESTICIDES CENSORED 

CENSORSHIP EFFORTS - A SPREADING PLAGUE 

SUN NEVER SETS FOR CENSORSHIP 

MINISTER SEEKING BOOK BAN 

FIGHTING CENSORSHIP 

EDUCATOR SLAMS SCHOOL CENSORSHIP 

A REAL DRAG, MAN 

SCHOOL BOOK CHALLENGED 

BOOK REMOVED FkOM SCHOOL 

CENSORS HIDE FROM TRUTH 



CENSUS 

SEE U.S. 



CENSUS BUREAU 



CENTEL EMPLOYEES 

SEE CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 

CENTENARIANS 

SEE ALSO AGING 

AT 110. HE'S STILL SPREADING WORD 

TWO ina-YEAR-TLO WOMEN CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS SATURDAY 

lOJ-YEAR-OLD WOMAN DIES 

IDO-YFAR-OLD WOMAN KILLED 

S.C. WOMAN MARKS HER U7TH BIRTHDAY 

IM YEARS OLD, SHE FINDS TIME FOR OTHERS 

OBITUARY 

'■^''sIe OUKe'uNIV. CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF AGING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 

""""woSS^p's^SE^Siro^^'ESi-'tAWYER TELLS EMPLOYEES HOW TO BUY FACTORIES 
BENEFIT CONCERT 

CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL 

EYE DISEASE SPREADS TO N.C. 

CENTER FOR MICROELECTRONICS (GENERAL ELECTRIC-OWNED) 

III Jtl8 -'^ISoEfE^^loNKf CENTER OF N.C. .STATE RESEARCH FACILITY, 
SEE ALSO SILICON VALLEY EAST 

GE'S MICROELECTRONICS CENTER GOES UP 

CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF AMERICAN BUSINESS (WASHINGTON UNIV.I 
GREATER CURBS NEEDED ON REGULATORY GROWTH 

CENTER/GALLERY 

FETISH ART IS FEATURED AT INVITATIONAL EXHIBIT 

ARTISTS SHOW SIGNS OF FATIGUE 

DESPITE DOG DAYS, CENTER /CALLER Y SHOW GLITTERS 

KIDS • CAMERAS = BUTNER EXHIBIT 

COSTUME TIME IS HERE 

CENTRAL AMERICA 

A GROWING DANGER IN CENTRAL AMERICA 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK C TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO UNITED CITIZENS SANK ( W I N S TON- SAL E M, N.C.I 
CCB NAMES DIRECTORS, PROMOTIONS 
CCB NAMES THREE DIRECTORS 
WOMAN PULLS GUN AT SANK 

cce Chief cool to reagan plan 

lOTH HOLIDAY ART SHOW SET 

CUSTOMERS MAY GET CHECK-PROCESSING HIKES 

CCB TO PUIlO branch BANK IN BETHESOA 

BANKER SEES HIGHER INTEREST RATES CONTINUING 

ARCHITECT: DOWNTOWN TO RETURN AS HEART OF CITY 

COMPUTER ON MEND 

DURHAM SAVERS EXAMINE ALL INVESTMENT OPTIONS 

ANALYST SAYS OUTDATED LAWS ARE HURTING BANKS 

CHILDERS FAMILY FACING HAPPIER YULE HOLIDAY 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK C TRUST CO., DIVIDENDS 

CCB RAISES DIVIDEND; PICKS 2 BOARD MEMBERS 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK C TRUST CO., EARNINGS 
CCB REPORTS INCOME IS UP 
STORY ON CCB INCOME ERRED 
CCB REPORTS DIP IN INCOME 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK L TRUST CO. I F AY ET TEV I LL E ROADI 
WOMAN GIVEN HER MONEY ALONG WITH ASSAULT CHARGE 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK C TRUST CO. IGREENSBORO, N.C.I 
PAIR HOLDS UP CCB BRANCH IN GREENSBORO 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK C TRUST CO. IMONCURE, N.C.I 
CCB PLANS TO CLOSE MONCURE BRANCH 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK C TRUST CO. (OXFORD, N.C.I 
MAN INDICTED ON ROBBERY CHARGE 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK C TRUST CO. BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
CCB RAISES DIVIDEND; PICKS 2 BOARD MEMBERS 
ANALYST SAYS RANKS STYMIED BY REGULATIONS 
ANALYST SAYS OUTDATED LAWS ARE HURTING BANKS 

CENTRAL Carolina hospital (Sanford, n.c.i 

NFw HOSPITAL PROGRESSING 

SFN. HELMS TO BE SPEAKER AT LEE HOSPITAL DEDICATION 

HOSPITAL TO BE DEDICATED 

NEW LEE HOSPITAL RATES BEING RAISED 

NEW HOSPITAL GETS PATIENTS 

CENTRAL CAROLINA TfCHHICAL INSTITUTE 

OLD LEE HOSPITAL RENOVATION URGEO 

LEE BOARD VOTES DOWN PLAN FOR OLD HOSPITAL 

NURSING PROGRAM GETS MONEY 

CCTC'S NURSING PROGRAM DIRECTOR ASSUMES DUTIES 

OLD CITY HALL IN SANFORD GETS NEW LEASE ON LIFE 

CENTRAL CONTRACTING CO. 

3 PAVERS AGREE TO PAY DAMAGES 

CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 

PHILIP AGEE BECOMES SECOND-CLASS CITIZEN 



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5/09/81 




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5/U/91 




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6/0«/8 




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S83 


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SB3 


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9/29/81 




3 


N 


S83 


s 


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9/25/81 




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N 


583 


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10/12/91 




1 


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S83 


s 


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12/09/81 




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583 


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12/11/91 




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H60 



H 2 7/22/81 A 11 



H 2 7/11/81 A 10 
H 2 7/15/81 B 10 
H 2 10/09/81 A 8 



H 2 5/09/81 A 1 

H 2 12/30/81 A 12 

H 2 12/10/91 C 18 

H 2 11/05/81 A 9 



N 

N F79 
N 



M 2 7/22/81 All N 

H 2 12/09/81 B 1 P N F7a 

S 2 12/09/81 C 1 P N 583 



H I 5/09/81 C I N 

H 1 6/19/81 B 1 N H60 

H 1 7/25/91 C 1 N 

H 1 7/31/81 B 1 N 

H 1 a/Oii/ai B I P N 



H 1 9/09/91 B 1 N M27 

H 1 9/2'./91 B 1 N 

H I 10/20/81 C 1 N 

H I 10/24/91 B 1 N 

H 1 11/19/81 B I N M27 



H 2 9/30/81 B 4 
H 2 7/06/81 A <, 



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kc.ee oesEoves f»rE 
Ciuxsr CU icmroOM 

USNfC?S5»«Y 
•J PRETTY NP«T r.uY' 

CU S-'OULO "E «EPT 3H * IICmT lEaSm 
ACT HARMS U.S. AGENCIES 
N.C. -AN IS SUtPOFNAED TO TESTIFY 

CE'iIOAL INTgoCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

SEE aCsO NORTH AND SOUTH EO-L GAHE ICIAA fOOTJALLl 

ciAA Plans "ojl gace between oivision nInncRS 

Sois OL*?%n^E NeH^ cIaa coaches TRAOE BAR65. PREDICTIONS 

EAGLES NOW C lAA pnuER 

IN SEARCH OF niAHONDS IN THE » QLIjH 

VIRGINIA UNION COACHES' PICK FOR C I AA TITLE 

SoRFOci STATE AIDE SEES SILVER LINING IN CONTROVERSY 

NCRFOLU STATE CTACH RESIGNS AFTER VIOLATIONS FOUND 

FRaylON splits CIAA HONORS ON OFFENSE 

CENTRAL FALLS IN TITLE GA"E 

CENTRAL N.C. REGIONAL LIBRARY 

LI3RA0Y SEEKING HORE FUNDS 
LiaRARIFS TO hQlQ READING PflOGRAH 
ADDITION TO LIBRARY IS BEING COMPLETED 

CENTRAL N.C. SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 

'^SCHOOL FOB OEAf HAS VACANT POST 

CENTRAL PIED-ONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE 
LIBRARY TO AID OEAF 
COLLEGE. AGENCY SETTLE fUNDING DISPUTE 

CENTRAL PRISON 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 

CROiiOING EASED AT PRISON 

OFFICIALS FREF SOD PRISONERS 

CENTRAL PRISON INMATE KILLED 

PRISON UNREST: TIME FOR CLOSE LOOK IN STATE „„,,„., 

FRANK mETZEl found Guilty of planning to flee prison 

■JUST SINNERS. ..LIKE I AM- 
OFFICIAL UPHOLDS ACTION ON UETZEL 
N.C. PRISON ESCAPEES STILL MISSING 
2 MURCEPERS FLEE CENTRAL PRISTN 
2 ESCAPEES STILL AT LARGE 
CENTRAL ESCAPEE CAPTURED IN PA. 
ESCAPE SAID Th.arTEO 
CENTRAL PRISON HAS SERVICE 

CENTRAL PRnOUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION 
CO-OP PRESIDENT TO RETIRE 

CENTRAL TElEPhONF AND UTILITIES CORP. 
DEADLINE EXIENCED 

CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 

^"elEp2one'"IaTf''inCREaSES: CENTRAL TELEPHONE OF HICKORY GETS 5.65t HIKE 
HEAPING SET ON Phone RATES 
PHONE SERVICE TO DURHAM BACKED 
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CENTRAL YMCA 

SEE YMCA, DURi 



AM, CENTRAL 



CENTURY 21 IREAL ESTATE OFFICESI 

POLICE PROBING ^IREAK-INS _ ,, ,,, 

N.C. REALTORS FEAR HALTING OF ASSUMA3LE MORTGAGES 



11/18/81 
12/2<>/91 



CIVIC CLUaS ISEc ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CIVIC CLUaSI 



CENTURY Club 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, M.C. 
SELECTS OFFICERS 

CERAMICS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CERAMIC GUILD 
CERAMIC SHOW SET 
OURHA- CERAMIC SHQm opens 
JUDGING VASE 

CERE|RAL^PALSY^HqS ^^»^ggj|_ jji^sY AND CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

CERTAIN SENTENCING 

SEE CRIMINAL SENTENCING 

CERTIFIED PUPLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

ACCOUNTING FIRM MOVING TO NCNB 9L0G. 
ACCOUNTANTS SEE RISE IN BUSINESS FROM Tax lamS 

CERVICAL CANCER 

SEE ALSO Cancer , , 

dying patient seeks to testify on tape 
cance» Patient files reouest to tape testimony in lawsuit 

c'est la vie irestauranti 

BANK trying TO SELL BUILDING 

PROSPECTIVE BUYER MAY TURN C'EST LA VIE SITE INTO OFFICES 



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MUIPhEAO MOLDS OPTION ON OLD C 
muIRhEAD may 9uy BUILDING 

OPTION Expires on cest la vie 

muIRmEaO drops C'EST LA vIE OPTION 



EST LA VIE BUILDING 



10/20/81 
10/29/81 
10/30/81 



3/19/91 
3/30/81 



11/06/91 
11/07/31 



6/26/91 
7/03/91 
7/29/91 
7/29/91 
7/31/91 
7/31/91 



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CHAIN GANG BLUES IPLAYI 

INMATE-PROOUCED PLAY TELLS HOW IT IS IN PRISON 

CHAIN SAy 

SEE ALSO FIREMOOD 
LABORER KILLED IN 



SAM ACCIDENT 



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CHAIRS 

SEE ALSO FuRNITUflf INDUSTRY 

These n.c. chairs are fit for a prince 

n.c. legislative leaders 'test sit' v500 chairs 

MORE SPENDING mON'T hElP 

CHAMBER ARTS SOCIETY 

SEE DUKE UNIV. Chamber ARTS SOCIETY 

Chamber of com"ERCF 
SEE DURHAM Chamber 

Champagne 

SEE ALSO MINE 
FOLKS AROUNO 



6/l<»/91 
12/03/81 
12/04/81 



Of COMMERCE 



HERE: WHILE The CAT'S 
Champion timoerlands 



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EHdEZZLEMENf CM4KGES SRING Tt»M IN PRI 50M 

Cm«HNEL"«STER SiTELLIIE SYSTEMS INC. 
SEE ALSO SATELLITE TELEVISION 

FRANKLINTHN HfABS CABLE TV PKOPObAL 
ERANKLINTON AWARDS CABLE TV CONTRACT 

CHAPEL MILL. N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOLIDAYS. CHAPEL HiLL 

ZONE PHASES OUT AIRPORT IN ORANGE 

jnes SOUGHT FOR TEEN-AGERS 

PLAN STRESSES CONSERVATION 

ORANGE HOLIDAY CLOSINGS LISTED 

TREE KNOCKS OUT POWER 

FALLING TREE CUTS POWER 

ONE OF THE BEST PLACES FOR LIVING 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C. ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO CARRBOBO. N.C. ANNEXATION 

HEARING SET ON CLOSING DAM TO TRAFFIC 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C. APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO BOOKER CREEK APARTMENTS , . . r . 
SEE ALSO BROOKSIOE APARTMENTS (CHAPEL HiLL. N.C.I 
SEE ALSO CHAPFL HILL. N.C. CONDOMINIUMS 

SEE ALSO GRAHAM COURT APARTMENTS , „^ ,., „ , , 
SEE ALSO UNIVERSITY GARDEN APARTMENTS (CHAPEL HILL. N.CI 
CHAPEL HILL ARTS. GET FEDERAL GRANT 
CHAPEL HILL PANEL HANTS TO BLOCK CONDOMINIUMS 
BROWN AMPLIFIES APARTMENT NEETS ^„„r,.,c 

CHAPEL HILL PLANNERS STUDY CONDOMINIUM CONVERSIONS 
APT. TENANTS HARASSED. BROwN SAYS .„ ^„,,„.,. 
CHAPEL HILL COUNCIL SUES OVER CONOO LONVERSIONS 
APARTMENT OwnFRS sued , , ,, 

TRIANGLE COMMUNITIES. LAW FIRM NAMED IN SUIT 

^S^?E°L"Hi;L'^L;iE°fLErAL"R03N8"?"c0NiblilNIUM CONTROL EFFORT 

Chapel hill, n.c banks 

chapel hill bank holdup is town's 3r0 

Chapel hill. n.C. bars .„...,,■ 

see also chapel hill. n.c. restaurants 
vendors askeo to help malt underage drinking 
police hit drinking in public 
war on drinking pays off 

chapfl mill. n.c. bicycles 

SEE BICYCLE LANES 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C. BONO ISSUES 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C. ELECTIONS 
CHAPEL HILL DECK BACKED 
KAWALEC FOR UNC PARKING 

CH.P6L^iHlLLj^N.C.,^fl(mGET^j^^ PROPOSED IN CHAPEL HILL 
chapel hill chamber raps town budget 
replacing airport urged by chapel hill council 
recreation increases ouestioned 

chamber says budget too big ^„^^. 

chapel hill chamber says budget shows -lack of fiscal knowledge' 
Chamber says budget too big 
big spenders 

homeowners organize to oversee chapel hill 
homeowners organize 

CHAPEL HILL DECK BACKED 
KAWALEC FOR UNC PARKING 
-. — . ^ ^.o^ .T """Kun 

TE FOR BUDGET 
^ •'"■"'■ '■■^ 

ng on uniforms 

Chapel hill. n.c. buses 

see also carrbooo. n.c. buses 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill transportation oept. 

CHAPEL HILL MAY HIKE BUS FARES 

CHAPEL MILL COUNCIL RAISES TRANSIT. RECREATION FEES 

CHAPEL HILL TRANSIT FEES TO RISE 

CHAPEL HILL GETS MONEY FOR BUSES 

GRANT WILL FUND BUSES 

GMC GETS CONTRACT FOR CHAPEL HILL BUSES 

CHAPEL HILL in STUDY LIBRARY PLAN 

CHAPEL HILL'S BUS DRIVERS SEEK BACKING ON UNIFORMS 

CHAPEL MILL B(tS CUTS EYED 

BUS SERVICE MAY BE CUT 

CHAPEL MILL. N.C. BUSINESSES 



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MUSIcid SHOPSl^BUs'lNESSES MOVE IN AND OUT OF W. FRANKLIN STOREFRONTS H 2 8/30/81 C 1 P N H68 



CHAPEL HILL. N.C. CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION. N.C ,, _ ,,,„. 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY. N.C. CABLE TELEVISION 
VILLAGE CABLE INCREASING SOME FEES 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C. CHRISTMAS PARADE 
CHAPEL HILL SETS PARADE 
SOMETHING'S WRONG 
CHAPEL HILL SANTA 

Chapel mill. n.C. CITY EMPLOYEES 

piney mountain project approved 
Chapel mill jobs may be reclassified 

Chapel hill. n.c. condominiums 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill. n.c. apartments 
SEE ALSO Chapel hill. n.c. housing 

SEE ALSO condominiums 

SEE ALSO LAUREL HILLS CONDOMINIUMS 

chapel hill PLANNERS STUDY CONDOMINIUM CONVERSIONS 

apt. tenants harassed. brown says 

chapel hill council sues over condo conversions 

chapel hill to study library plan 

firm: condominium conversion ok 

conoo restrictions asked in chapel hill 

judge rejects town's control of conversions 

chapel hill loses legal round in condominium control effort 

new chapel hill town council hill not appeal conoo ruling 

chapel mill. n.c. courts 
court's opening set 
new post office to be dedicated 

Chapel hill. n.c. drive-in services 

chapel hill council hears drive-in window arguments 

new chapel hill town council will not appeal condo ruling 



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S5€ ILSP CrtlPcL hUL SESESvOia 
Se= »l.SO t3R0UG*tT, £KJftH«H 

S6c iLSO caiscE cnLNTY, s.c.i •aie^ ccinsebvitiox 

■•TES SUPPLY DaOPS 

«C£SCy PLis-lISG O'lvE fOR «»rE-! C0\SE5v«riCs 

U«IVE'SITY L»«£ SE"iISS l3» 

CmPEl rttLL. H.C.. ELECIiaxS 

SEE «isn ChipEi. hill. N.C aOWJ ISSUES 

SEE •LSO CMiPEL HlLl. TQmN council. ELECTIONS 

SEE »LSO CHAPEL MlLL/CARR80»0 B0»80 OF EDUC«IION. ELcCTIONS 

kahalec to nu>i 

0»1E CiNOIDAtE PILES I!l CRINGE 
HERZENSERG PLANS TO RUN FOR COUNCIL 
MER2EH5ERG TO ENTER RACE 
IA« RATE INCDSRECT 

•ws. insao hon'T enter school race 
Thorp? seeks re-election 

IJO -tTRE ENTER ChaPEL hIlL RACE 

i seek Chapel hIll seats 

FOUR "ORE PLAN TO RUN IN ORANGE 
TyQ "ORE FILE FTR RE-ELECTION SIDS 

NRS. eouLTON. PASouiNi ENTER Chapel hIll race 

SCHOOL R0AR3 CANOIOATES FILE 

NS. LEHIS tflTHOSAaS FROM CARRSQRJ RACE 

Three file fir orange ECECTIOhS 

TOaN aERGER. INNEIATION DEBATEO 

S»CUN A-PLIFIES APARTMENT NEEDS 

HOST Chapel -iIll canoioates urge tax cut 

chapel hill candidates favor property taj cuts 

chapel hill deck eackeo 

schcols-cttwens link stressed 

«ai#alec for jnc parking 

CHAPEL -Ul 3~4B0 HOPEFULS DE3ATE 

scj'- :;..s-- =.ack Caucus endorses ii candidates 

3.i:,»: ■,• .,- -• ;; JHED 

= .:':' :-i-: -;2t *r foroi* 
C"-."::'';'; .;.^': not vote for sudget 
= •• '. ; ;-< TnjEE school board seats 
C''.- ::»•: .!srs expenses 
:~''i^ -:_. hopefuls face housing 

C-Ajj., -in.. HIILS31R0UGH ChooSI'IG 5J£Rn "E-5ERS 
CARS3TSD IS JVJTVOTING ORANGE CO. NEIGHSORS 

2 Chapel hill INCU"a£NTS LOSE 

3 STAY ON SCHOOL ^OARO 

3 KEEP SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

HIGHER Taxes key TO CHAPEL hill ELECTIONS 

Chapel -ill. n.c. elections. ENOORSEhesTS 
teachers' irdup endorses three 

Chapel hill. n.c. federal cch-unity devElophent f^os 
SEE ALSO 'EDERAL CONhonITy DEVElDPNEnT FunDS 
FINAL Chapel hjll CENSUS 3EL0N TOkN'S EST:«»T= 
r-O GRANTS GET APPROVAL 

CH4PEL HiLL. s.c. FEDERAL GRANTS 

see alsc federal aid. n.c. 
t*0 grants get approval 
transit grant recomnenceo 

Chapel hIll. n.c. festivals 

see also festiflll (chapel hill. n.ci 
see also festivals. ,n.c 
about 12.000 attend fair 

Cr,»?cL HiLL. N.c, 3AR3AGE COLLECTICN 

tfash tpjck cruShes Chapel hil^ »;»»■, 
GaroaG: TSuCk kTllS ..ohan 

AUTCPSY SHOWS i.u"AN FACING TRjCK 
h£5 uS'jal RCu^E CN0E2 IS DEATH 
OFFICIAL Says O'IvES was NOT at fault 
T3uCK DOIVER WILL F«CE NO CHARGES 



SUBJECTS 



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Chapel hIll. n.c. 
SEE Chapel hill. 



"HANGOUTS" 
N.C. 3ARS 



Chapel hill. n.c holidays 

Chapel hill "akES PLANS FOR hOlIDAy 

Chapel hIll. n.c. housing 
SEE ALSO Building developers 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill. n.c. COtOOHINljlS 

SEc ALSO Chapel hill housing authority 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

RE3UIL0INC REOuIRES DEADLINES 
HOUSING DECISIONS NEAR 
pInfy -t. PROJECT D = AiiS 25 SPEAKERS 
PINeT WCUSTAIS PROJECT APPROVED 
C-apel HILL APTS. GET FEDERAL GRANT 
CHAPEL HILL HOPEFULS FACE HOUSING 
CHAPEL HILL SUED OVER PROJECT 
L«»SUIT SEEKS TO 3L0CK PROJECT 

Chapel hIlL. LAND SALES 

SEE ALSO LAND SALES. tITY-OKNEO 

SEE ALSO LAND SALES. STaTE-OmnEO 

SEE_ALSO UNIV. TF N.C. -Chapel hIll, LAND SsLES 

LEGISLATORS TO OFFER SILL ON UNC LAND 

H-OuSE PASSES BILL allOmING UNC TO KEEP Sal£5 PROCEEDS 

Chapel hIll. n.c. hayOR'S OFFICE 

sills are enacted for area counties 

Chapel hill. n.c. ordinances 

EH!^?irH?rEi5ojrci5£5°r!^srj^i^ ■"'' '^^'-^ ordinance 

Chapel HiLl. N.C. PARKING a»Eas 

SEE ALSO PaRkIn'. VIOLATIONS 

Chapel hill deck 9aC«E0 

KA>ALEC FOR JNC PARKING 

Chapel hIll, n.c. parks 

TCN CCONCIL "E"BERS TO 3E S.ORN IN TONIGHT 



Chapel hIll. n.c, 

FINAL Chapel 



population 
•III census seloj 



TOWN'S ESTI'.ate 



Chapel hIll. n.c. private hcspital 

Chapel hill ftr iET private ><ispiTal 

Chapel hill. n.c. property Taxes 
SEE property Taxes, Chapel hill 



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SFE iLS'^ CMIPEL MlLLi N.C., a»»^ . „ ,. 

SEE ALSn fOua CTRNE'S (CHIPEL mill, N.C. i!E5T«UR»NTI 
SEE *LSO 0EST4UR*NrS« N.C. , ,, 

CHiPEL HILL COUNCIL ME4RS ORIVE-IN UINOOW ARGUMENTS 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, SEwERS 

SEE ALSC CARSeORO, N.C, SEMER LINES 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HiLL, N.C, HATER KATES 

SEE ALSO Chapel Hi LL/CaR»90R0, SEwaGE TREAT-ENI PLANTS 

SPE ALSO MASON FARM WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT 

SEE ALSO ORANGE .iATER AND SEhER AUTHORITY 

OfVELOPfRS SEEK ORANGE SEuER -F « Ic NS ION POLICY 

SEVEN TOuN SEuERS OVERLOAOEO 

7 orange severs need repairs 

sewer work to cost »e million 

»e million said needed for sewers 

chapel hill, n.c, streets 

mhrf money asked for chapel hill roads 
repairs besin on 3 streets in chapel hill 
roaos closed near dam in cmapel hill 

Chapel hill, n.c, tax rate 

see also property taxes, chapel hill 

tl.5 million "udcet hike proposed in chapel hill 
replacing ampqrt urged by chapel hill council 

TAX RATE I'jCQPRECT 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, TAXES 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY TAXES, CHAPEL HILL 

MOST CmaPEL hill CANDIDATES URGE TAX CUT 
HIGHER TAXES KEY TO ChaPEL hill elections 

Chapel hill, n.c, trash collection 

SEE chapel hill, N.C, GARBAGE COLLECTION 

Chapel mill, n.c, water lines 

water lost in 3 line breaks in orange , ^ 
orange crews take week to repair hater line leak 

chapel mill, n.c, water rates 

see also chapel hill, n.c, sewers 

see also orange water and seweb authority 

hater rate increases proposed for orange county customers 

chapel hill water, sewer rates might increase 

water, sewer 1ill to rise 161 

OhaSA RAISES IIS RATES 

unc won't challenge rates 

Chapel hill, n.c, zoning 

SEE ALSO Chapel hIll planning boabd 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C ZONING 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. ZONING 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY PLANNING BOARD 

COUNCIL AMENDS AND APPROVES CHAPEL HILL ZONING ORDINANCE 

HOMEOWNERS ORGANIZE TO OVERSEE CHAPEL HILL 

HOMEOWNERS ORGANIZE 

HEARING SET ON CLOSING DAM TO TRAFFIC 

CHAPEL HILL'S CONOITIONS ON DEVELOPER OVERRULED 

JUDGE RULES FOR DEVELOPER ON CONOOMINIUM PROJECT 

COURT BACKS CONOOMINIUM CONVERSION 

COUNCIL HAY NOT APPEAL CONDO DECISION 

JUDGE REJECTS TOWN'S CONTROL OF CONVERSIONS 

NEW CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL HILL NOT APPEAL CONDO RULING 

Chapel hill pallet CO. 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

YOUTm, ADULTS ON THEIR TOES FOR COMPANY 

CHAPEL HILL BIRO CLUB 

BIRD Club to select officers 
bird club elects new officers 
Christmas bird count scheduleh 

chapel hill blvd. 

see durham/chapel hill blvd. 

CHAPEL HILL CIVITaN CLUB 
SEE ALSO CIVITAN CLUB 

CIVITAN CLUSS TO GET HONORS 

CHAPEL HILL COMMUNITY BANK 

SEE COM»UNITY dANK OF CHAPEL HILL I NOTE : NAME CHANGED TO THE VILLAGE BANK! 

CHAPEL MILL COUNTRY CLUB 

MORMONS PLAN TO RENOVATE CHAPEL HiLL COUNTRY CLUB 

CHAPEL HILL CEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES 

TASK FORCE Eyes need for service 

NOV. ID HEARING SET CN HUMAN SERVICES 

CHAPEL HILL HUMAN NEEDS PANEL RAPPED 

CHAPEL HILL TASK FORCE ORawS COUNCILMAN-ELECT'S CRITICISM 

CMAPEL HILL DEPT. CF TRANSPORTATION 

SEE CHAPEL HILL TRANSPORTATION OEPT. 

CMAPEL HILL FINANCE DIRECTOR 

MAYOR FILLS HOUSING VACANCIES 

CHAPEL HILL FIRE OFPT. 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill POLICE OEPT. 

Chapel hill jobs may be reclassified 
Chapel hill FIRE DEPT., shifts 

CHAPEL HILL SHIFTS DEBATED 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL 

CHAPEL HILL PRINCIPAL DENIES FACIAL CHARGES 
READY TO TRAVEL 

MAN PLEADS NO CONTEST TO SCHOOL TRESPASSING 
CLEANING UP 

CmaPFl hill high SCHOOL, COMPETENCY TESTS 

SEE ALSO Chapel hILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, COMPETENCY TESTS 

CHAPEL HILL TEST SCORES ON PAR WITH LAST YEAR'S 

CHAPEL HUL-CARR30R0 TEST SCORES COMPARABLE TO 1980 

CHAP6L HILL HIGH SCHOOL, 
CLUB IS POPULAR 



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CMAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS 

JORDAN, CHAPEL HILL AGAIN WIN WACHOVIA 

CMAPFL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL 





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?^f'°9Ic"?l".-'-'cSIp6l: MILL f.VO«EC. .GMN, BUI. . . 
JhIpII hkJ; southern iKE a title CHOICES 

?r.iiL"lLL-s'p»S»;s?°"nMIN.TES THE .10 |U 
Ch1?EL Hut GvE»"hElSs 5C0THN0 COUNTY. a<.-6l 
??i^r;.4c3J?£^J? Ihilll.lMh'^ COLLEGE NEIOHBOR 

rutac-i HliL HICH SCHOOL SPnKTS. f0nT94LL 
UNC DOCTORS HfLP CHHS CUT INJURIES 

l^im^Wn^U^'^^^l^ -- -EL H.LL.S .L.NCE 
TIGEBS. VIMNGS LOSE 
CENTRAL OOuNS TIGERS 

expecJMons'aren-t being met a» tigers 

BULLOC&S TOP TIGERS. U-10 

s^kvsiss.^jK^pU^H^lL HL\^?"i^"is';3p'si'T "' ^'" '""' 

CLARK. JACOnS STAR IN TIGERS' i<.-lSUPStl 
TIGERS EXPLOOB ON KNIGHTS 
?[^^»M?M^rNSE^2E^^? r^'Aio HKLSIOE-S SKIO 

ri?'o|s%3n??s'rf!?RS" SfATOPf HOPES 

': " k-ESpii'Mr^o^TH'Eg^%rA;.^^EHnPEs^„ 

J rf5s"pLAY5FF CONTEST TAKES ON BIG SI< FLAVOR 
TIGfSs. SuISgS ON ROAD FOR PLAYOFF dPENERS 

j:!SSir^?L"L':So[;tsi^N"ii^A t.tle chokes 

(-_.*DCi Hfii HIGH S''HOOL SPORTS. GIBlS 

S:;dJ^?cS^^T^?ll^S!LJ?^^^?JoY.NASTIcs 

TMiOCi Htll high school sports. SOCCER 
CHAPEL HILL Hi^HitnuuL ^g^i-g, TOURNAMENT 

MUONS, TIGERS OUSTED IN STATE SOCCER PLAYOFFS 

'"'"tnlikt ::[f^"nS22i.^^silJl5 rs'f%BIS ^'^ ^"^^^"^'^^ 
0AB6R CHARGE TAPTURES LEAD IN N.C. OPEN 
BULLETS GET LUCAS TO REPLACE PORTER 

ruiPFi HILL hQ«EO»NE»S ORGANIZING COHMITTEE 

■^ hcSeoIInERS "SgaNIZE to oversee CHAPEL HILL 

homeomners organize 

Chapel hill housing authority 

^Ff ALSO Chapel hill. n.c. housing 

^SF^haDlNG REQUIRES DEADLINES 

E!!:i^^s1ih'Bk??'siY"^SEj^N^n^GS^^5.rcs?-^ 

i?^',%^^JSJT^S;.'S^o\' S^NEr^SSJIcn 

housing DECISIONS ^EAR 

MAYOR FILLS HOUSING «*CANCI|S 

PINfY "T. PROJECT DRAMS 25 SPEAKERS 

BPAflO TO GET HOUSING PROPOSAL 

CARRBOaC TO PONDER APARTMENTS 

CHAPEL HILL JUNIOR SERVICE LEAGUE 

r.liil S^L^L^^JlGSt^rLPlA^ELE OFF CRUISE 
A rnOUGHTFUL GIFT 

'"'Ih fii^EL^H??:: !]:c"."mayOR-S OFFICE 

CHAPFL HiLL PLANNING BOARD ,„. ,.r 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C - 'ONtNG 



SUBJECTS 



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Chapel hIll police dept. 



^Eis^s;^^U;5"L;"^it^s^o&?r^hc7L^Us 

^""sIe "l\n fSiii! S1[^5u3[iJ"s"affty program, officers 

h'.'d "ll'ISII 5;3^rR??ti'sllFIED^ ,^^^ 
cKIpIl hill police to start 12-mour shifts 

PSO SHIFTS Fkpano to 12 HOURS 

"*"k;sit Sittlril^eSf i?iR5?UL^SF-f8;[!? ^stiSfN^'-"" 

TSiN^CoSliciL TO set hearing ON POLICE HO 

police hq ideas aired 

cmapel hill post office 
court's open ng set 
nem post office to 9e 0e0icat60 

chapfl hill preservation society 

APpiilSAL DAY TO BENEFIT SOCIETY 
ANTIQUE APPRAISAL DAY 

^syi;:A?\s;;ss"En^5tA^'s'rT.ouEs SHOW 

?:; ^i^'^urdoi;:??! lE'^K^^'pjsiiSr'Si police building 

cSS'sTIf'S APPRAISERS FIND TREASURES IN CHAPEL HILL 
5S?"iESe^?'^Se5'5I'2mnTSS'\^'5alUE. EXPERT SAYS 

HOMES APE FEATURED 

holiday home TOUR SCHEOULEO 

RET rement haven on chapel hill tour 



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•^"'"cHlJpeL Hat'aooi^-rjfT attracting attention of n.c. bargain hunters 

REPORT URGES NEW CHAPEL HILL LI6RA«Y 

^T^l^^yAr^kr'Soil^^'.EUrtrT ^t'^hapel hill library 

Chapel hill jobs may be RECLASSIflEO 
CHAPEL HILL PnUCE TO START 12-HOUR SHIFTS ^ ^ 

CLEANING SOLUTION THROWN IN CHAPEL HILL P SO • S EYE 
PSD SHIFTS EXPAND TO 12 HOURS 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM, SHIFTS 
CHAPEL HILL SHIFTS DEBATED 

'•"''"^CHAPEL Hltt'cnuNCIL SUES OVER CONtlO CONVERSIONS 
CHAPEL HILL hOPFFULS FACE HOUSING 
FIRM: CONDg;;INlUH_ CONVERSION OK 

CONTROL EFFORT 
CONOO RULING 



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FIRM: CONDOMINIUM CONVERSION OK ,„.„^„,,„^. 
JUDGE REJECTS TOWN'S CONTROL OF CONVERSIONS 
ChSpIl HILL LoIe? legal ROUND IN CONDOMINIUM 
NEW CHAPEL MILL TOWN COUNCIL WILL NOT APPEAL 



RECREATION FEES 



CHAPEL HILL RECREATION DEPT. ,,.,== 

DEPARTMENT PLANS HIKES. CANOE CLASSEl 
OUTDOOR PROGRAM FOR HAY RELEASED 
RECREATION INCREASES OUESTIONED 
BACKPACKING. CANOE CLASSES PLANNED 
CHAPEL MILL COUNCIL RAISES TRANSIT, 
CANOE CLASS, °AFT TRIP SET 
?^^A?lt'i?rL°l?;;EAVlS5 S^rT-slfriEoNLIT strolls. RAFTING 
NATURE CLASS FOR CHILDREN ,,„,,„ 

CHAPEL HILL OUTINGS SET FOR OCTOdER 
RECREATION SURVEY PLANNED 
CHAPEL HILL TFEN ROOM NOW OPEN 
CHAPEL HILL SETS OUTINGS 
OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES 



DROUGHT 



CHAPEL MILL RESERVOIR 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, f 

3;iviRSl'TY'-LAK"E°UVEL FALLING HALF INCH A DAY 
UNIVERSITY LAKE REMAINS LOW 
IT'S COOLER dELOW 

moratorium on subdivisions declared 
owasa to use quarry water 

SIi'KfJll'cLses'is-inch'rise in university lake 

cli? CREEK SEEN is SOLUTION TO CHAPEL HILL WATER PROBLEMS 

Chapel hill service league , , = 

SEE chapel hill junior SERVICE LEAGUE 

CHAPFL hill ST. FAIR 

see festifall ichapel hill, n.c.i 
Chapel hill st. parking garage 

WORKING hard 

CmAPFL hill TOWN COUNCIL IFORMFRLY CHAPEL HILL BOARD OF ALOERMENI 
COUNCIL A-ENOS AND APPROVES CHAPEL HILL ZONING ORDINANCE 
ZONE PHASES OUT AIRPORT IN ORANGE 
TOWN MANAGER 3UI TS 

CHAPEL HILL SHIFTS DEBATED , „^ , , ,„,,„,,, 

REPLACING AIRPORT URGED BY CHAPEL HILL COUNCIL 
MORE MONEY ASKEO FOR CHAPFL HILL ROADS 
CHAPEL HILL TRAfisIT FEES TO RISE 
TOWN WANTS MANAGER WHO WILL STAY 

fSiSEr*HlpL"oSli?1E fS'Si^IDE FATE OF VACATED POLICE STATION 

CHAPEL HILL CDUNCIL SEEKS APPRAISAL OF POLICE BUILDING 

HEARING SET ON CLOSING DAM TO TRAFFIC „„„,.., 

JUDGE RULES FOR DEVELOPER ON CONDOMINIUM PROJECT 

WATER RATE INCREASES PROPOSED FOR ORANGE COUNTY CUSTOMERS 

COUNCIL MAY NOT APPEAL CONDO DECISION , , ,^ 

CHAPEL MILL WATER, SEWER RATES MIGHT INCREASE 

PINEY MT. PROJECT DRAWS 2S SPEAKERS 

PINEY MOUNTAIN PROJECT APPROVED , , ,, 

CHAPEL HILL COUNCIL HEARS DRIVE-IN WINDOW ARGUMENTS 

TO«N COUNCIL TO SET HEAPING ON POLICE HO 

CHAPEL MILL PANEL WANTS TO BLOCK CONDOMINIUMS 

BROWN AMPLIFIES APARTMENT NEEOS 

CMC GETS CONTRACT FOR CHAPEL HILL BUSES 

CHAPEL HILL COUNCIL SUES OVER CONDO CONVERSIONS 

REPORT URGES NEW CHAPEL HILL LIBRARY 

CHAPEL HILL TO STUDY LIBRARY PLAN 

TOWN MANAGER APPLICANTS WILL BE INTERVIEWED 

CHAPEL HILL OFFICIALS MUM ON 3 FINALISTS 

POLICE HQ IDEAS AIRED ,, ,,,,,^„ 

CHAPEL HILL JOBS MAY BE RECLASSIFIED 

CONOO RESTRICTIONS ASKED IN CHAPEL HILL 

THORPE TO TRAVEL ON TOWN 

CHAPEl"ul i!oSEs'"LEGAL ROUND IN CONDOMINIUM "NTROL EFFORT 

NEW CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL WILL NOT APPEAL CONOO RULING 

CHAPEL HILL BOARD TO MEET 

COUNCILMEN DISCUSS MANAGER SELECTION 

CDUNCILMEN MUM ABOUT MEETING 

CHAPEL HILL NAMES NEW TOWN MANAGER 

TOWN POAROS TO CONSIDER TRAFFIC PLANS „ , , „, ,„ ._,, ,.„, 

CHAPEL HILL, CARRBORO TO CONSIDER SOLUTIONS TO FUTURE TRAFFIC JAMS 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL, BUDGET 

CHAPEL HILL CHAMBER RAPS TOWN BUDGET 

RECREATION INCREASES OUESTIONED 

CHAPEL HILL TAX RATE IS ADOPTED 

CHAPEL HILL COUNCIL RAISES TRANSIT, RECREATION FEES 

CHAPEL HILL TRANSIT FEES TO RISE 

CHAMBER SAYS BUDGET TOO BIG 

CHAPEL HILL CHAMBER SAYS BUDGET SHOWS 

CHAMBER SAYS BUDGET TOO BIG 

BIG SPENDERS 

HOMEOWNERS ORGANIZE TO OVERSEE CHAPEL HILL 

HOMEOWNERS ORGANIZE 

CANDIDATES WOULD NOT VOTE FOR BUDGET 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO CHAPFL HILL, N.C, ELECTIONS 
ORANGE GROUPS FIELDING CANDIDATES 
KAWAlEC TO RUN 

HERZENBERG PL'NS TO RUN FOR COUNCIL 
HERZENBERG TO ENTER RACE 
TAX RATE INCORRECT 



LACK UF FISCAL KNOWLEDGE' 



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TMOBPE SEEKS OE-ELECTION 

Txo "OaE ENTEO Chapel hill race 
2 seek Chapel hIll seats 




6B0WN AMPLIFIES apartment NEEIS 

HOST Chapel hfll candidates uROE Tax cut 

CHAPEL MILL CANOIOaTES FAVOR PROPERTY TAI CUTS 

chapel hill oecx 3acke0 
kanalec for unc parking 
south oranie black caucus endorses 11 candidates 

BUDGET DRA«S Fiat «r FQBUX 

CANDIDATES .*aiJLD NOT VOTE FOR BUDGET 

CANOIOATE LISTS EXPENSES 

CHAPEL HILL HOPEFULS FACE MOUSING 

CHAPEL MILL. mUlSBOROUGm ChOTSING BOARD "EMBERS 

2 Chapel hill incumbents LOSE 

HIGHER TAXES «ET TO Chapel hIll ELECTIONS 

CHAPEL MILL TOWN CTUNCIL. S»EaBING-IN CEREMONY 

TOkN COUNCIL "E"b£RS TO BE SwORN IN TONIGHT 

NE« Chapel mill toun council .<ill not appeal conoo ruling 
Chapel hill tow-, manager 

TOwN MANAGER OUITS 

CHAPEL HILL eOARO PICKS INTERIH TOWN MANAGER 

ICwN WANTS MANAGE" WHO WILL STAY 

TOWN MAY SEEK GLOfR MANAGER 

IOmN MANAGE" APPLICANTS WILL ■? E INTERVIEWED 

Chapel mill officials mum on 3 finalists 
three finalists are identified 
charel hill narrows field to «. 
chapel hill board to meet 

COUNCILMEN ntsCUSS MANAGER SELECTION 
COUNCILMEN "UM ABOUT MEETING 
CHAPEL HILL NAMES NEW TOWN MANAGER 
CHAPEL HILL names NEw town MANAGER 
T. 0. ROSE. CHAPEL HILL. DIES AT 92 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN MANAGFR. ASSISTANT 

Chapel mill GnvERNMENT POST FILLED 

Chapel hILL TRANSPr'RTATION OEPT. 
SEE ALSO Chapel mill. n.c. buses 

Chapel MILL may HIKE PUS FARES 

NASSIF WRITING LETTER TO PRESIDENT REAGAN 

Chapel hill bus CUTS FYEO 

aJS SERVICE may be CuT 

TOWN BOARDS TP CONSIDER TRAFFIC PLANS 

Chapel hill. CaRRPORO to consider solutions to FUTURE TRAFFIC JAMS 

Chapel mIll/C ARanoRO. "ERGER 

town merger. annexation debated 

Chapel hill/carrboro. SEwage treatment plants 
see also carrporo. n.c, sewer lines 
SFE ALSO Chapel hill, n.c SEwERS 
SEE ALSO MASON FARM wastewater TREATMENT PLANT 
SEE ALSO ORANGE WATER anO SEwER AUTHORITY 
see also sewage treatment plants. n.c. 
mason far" engineering costs rise 

Chapel hill/c arrboro association of Classroom teachers 
board adds •• teacher aides 
Chapel hill school board TOLD STRICT POLICY NEEDED ON FIRINGS 

CHAPEL hILL/CARRBGRO board of EDUCATION 

orangf principals will not be moved 

principal transfers canceled 

orange schools will get four-oay summer week 

schools debate redrawing lines 

Chapel hill school board told strict policy needed on firings 

chapel hill school board to look at r edi str ic t ing 

teacher evaluation program criticized 

schools stugy reoistricting 

parents concerned about school reoistricting 

school employees get raise 

school employees to get raise 

Chapel hill/c arrpjro board of education, budget 
Chapel mill schools wOn-t get new aioes 
durham teacher gets arts job 
school poaros discuss bono issue. sales tax 

Chapel mill/carrboro soaro of education, elections 
SEE ALSO Chapel mill, n.c elections 

MRS. INSkO WON'T ENTER SCHOOL RACE 

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES FILE 

"S. LEwIS withdraws FROM CARRflORO RACE 

Three file for orange elections 

SURPRISE Candidates file as books close in orange 

town merger. annexation debated 

teacher evaluations discussed 

slate not endorsed 

schools-citizfns link stressed 

coalition supports 2 

Chapel hill board hopefuls debate 

south orange black caucus endorses u candidates 

baagaining to be aired 

9 vying for three school board seats 

teachers' group endorses three 

3 stay on school board 

3 keep school board seats 

Chapel mIlL/C arrboro chamber of COMMERCE 

BUSINESSMEN Support new airport in orange county 

CmaPEL hill CHA"aER RAPS TOWN BUDGET 

SURVEY RESULTS RELEASED ON NEW CHA"BER OFFICE 

SURVEY Shows SITE PREFERENCES 

Chamber says budget too big ,„,. 

chapel hill chamber says budget shows 'lack of fiscal ►njwleoge" 

cmambfr says budget too big 

big spenders 

chapel hill sets parade 

Chamber picks new directors 

block and ford to serve as chamber directors 

ChaPFl hIlL/CaRRPOPO federation of IEaChERS 
SEE ALSO teachers, chapel HILL 
TEACHERS' GROUP ENDORSES THREE 



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CHAPEL HILL/C«aa»JPO »*PE CRISIS CENTER INC. 
SEE ALSO BAPE POEVENTIOn 

RAPE CENTER CITES SURVEY TO BOLSTER fUNOS REUUEST 

'"'Hi !^s'o'^SS?l3S?n'^V??^iNS OP CARRBORO AND CHAPEL HILL 

"loi'E'?Hl^^["Su'L-E5:5Slh»3'^k.NCIPALS TO 8E REASSIGNED 
ORANGE PRINCIPALS WILL NOT BE MOVED 
FRASIER RECALLS TRANSITION YEARS 

c'Si'pEL'LtjL''^cSi8r^SAlE\i;!D'srR!^T"J^!:iCY NEEDED ON FIRINGS 
MEDIA ROOM HELPS TEACHERS RELAX 

CHAPEL HILL/CaRRBORO SCHOOLS. ANNUAL JE STI NG PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL H I LL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. COMPETENCY TESTS 
CHAPEL HILL STUDENTS TOP PEERS ON TESTS, ,^ 
CH-CARHBORO STUDENTS SCORE HIGHEST IN STATE 
CHAPEL HILL SCORES CONTINUE RISE 
TEACHER EVALUATIONS DISCUSSED 
TEACHER EVALUATION PROGRAM CRITICIZED 

CHAPfL HILL/CARRBOHQ SCHOOLS. ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT 
REKARDS PROGRAM IS AIM 

CHAPEL HILL/C AHRBOBO iCHOOLS. BOND ISSUES 

SCHOOL BOARDS DISCUSS BOND ISSUE, SALES TAX 

CHAPFL HILL/CARRHO«0 SCHOOLS, BUDGET 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOLS WON'T GET NEM AIDES 
DURHAM TEACHER GETS ARTS JOB 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, BUSING 

TRUCKER'S ALERTNESS SAVES PUPILS ON BUS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. CALENDAR ANO SCHEDULES 
SCHOOL'S OUT TODAY 
ORANGE OFFICES, SCHOOLS TO CLOSE 
ORANGE SCHOOLS TO CLOSE MONDAY 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRPORO SCHOOLS, COMPETENCY JESTS ,„,, 

SEE ALS" CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL, COMPETENCY TESTS „_„^„.„ 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRRORO SCHOOLS. ANNUAL TESTING PROGRAM 
CHAPEL HILL TEST SCORES ON PAR HITh LAST YEAR'S 
CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO TEST SCORES COMPARABLE TO I'SBO 

ChaPFl hILL/CARR-ORO SCHOOLS, DESEGREGATION 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, PUP I L AS 5 IGNMENT 
SEE ALSn Chapel HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, REDISTRICTING 
CHAPEL HILL PRINCIPAL DENIES RACIAL CHARGES 
SCHOOLS DEBATE REDRAUING LINES 
SCHOOLS STUDY REOISTRICTING 
PARENTS CONCERNED ABOUT SCHOOL REOISTRICTING 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, EMPLOYEES 
SCHOOL EMPLOYEES GET RAISE 
SCHOOL EMPLOYEES TO GET RAISE 

CHAPEL HllL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. ENROLLMENT 
SCHOOL SYSTEM APPROACHES RATIO 
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE FIGURES DECLINE 

Chapel hill schools lose n*. students 
enrollment numbers fall 

Chapel hill/c arrboro schools, immunizations 
Chapel hill students told to get shots 

ORANGE students must GET SHOTS 
19 STUDENTS SUSPENDED 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBQRO SCHOOLS, LUNCH PROGRAM 
ORANGE AGENCIES LAMENT CUTBACKS 
HIGHER MEALS FACING ORANGE STUbENTS 
CHAPEL HILL STUDENTS EAT MORE HOMEMADE LUNCHES 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, PRINCIPALS 
ORANGE PRINCIPALS WILL NOT BE MOVED 
PRINCIPAL TRANSFERS CANCELED 
WEISS KEEPING SCHOOL FUN 
PRINCIPAL KEEPS CLOSE TO BRIAR PATCH 

CHAPFL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, PUPIL ASSIGNMENT 

SEE ALSO Chapel hILL/CARRBORO schools, DESEGREGATION 
SEE ALSO Chapel hIlL/CARRBORO schools, REOISTRICTING 

SCHOOLS DE3ATF REDRAWING LINES 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL BOARD TO LOOK AT REOISTRICTING 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE WANTS TO IMPROVE RACIAL BALANCE 

SCHOOLS STUDY REOISTRICTING 

PARENTS CONCERNED ABOUT SCHOOL REOISTRICTING 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. PUPIL PERSONNEL POLICY 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL BOARD TOLD STRICT POLICY NEEDED ON FIRINGS 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, REOISTRICTING 

SEE ALSO Chapel hIll/carrboro schools, desegrfgation 
SEE ALSO Chapel hul/carrboro schools, pupil assignment 

schools debate redrawing lines 

CHAPEL HILL school board to look at hedistricting 

school committee wants to improve racial balance 

schools study reoistricting 

parents concerned about school reoistricting 

chapel hill/carrboro schools, teacher aides 

BOAflO ADDS ". TEACHER AIDES 

chapel hill/carrboro schools, teacher-pupil ratio 
school system approaches ratio 

chapel hill/carrboro schools, teachers 
see teachers, chapel hill 

Chapel hill/carrboro schools, tutoring program 
parents help in orange tutoring program 

chapel hicl/carrbopo sewage treatment plant 

see chapel hill/carrboro. sewage treatment plants 

chapel hill/carrboro ymca 

see ymca, chapel hill/carrboro 

chapels fop n.c. cente»s for the mentally retarded 
see also mentally retarded 
group raises »6s0,000 for chapels campaign 
murdoch prepares for farm day 
big day ahead at murdoch 
murdoch's big day 



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MUftlOCM CEREMONV IS T33AY 

The CM««ir«aLE a«OTMC*HOGO of nosth ci«olin» 

CHJPITAflLe fiRTTHcSMOQO FOU^40eO TO MFC UtiDI 

CM«airies 

SEE «LSr »ETTF« BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE •l.Sr' ruink'i, N.C.. CITY £"PLO»£ES. SOLICITATION POLICY 

SEE ALSO FIAjO 

SEE ALSO FuNO «A IS INC 

SEE ALSO N.C. OFFICE nF SOLICITATION LICENSING 
SENO CLASSIC PBOCFEOS TO PENTAGON 
MOUSE REJECTS SPEEDUP OF OAY-CAPE CENTERS BILL 
INFLATION MiTTINC CHURCHES' HUHAN SERVICE PROGRAKS 
OPTIMISTS JOLTET; LAW BARRING PHONE SOLICITATIONS. 
ANOThFR foolish LAW 
TIC«ETS: ThEIO OISTRIPUTION auESTIONED 

SOLICITORS SUSJFCT OF PRQ-iE ,,. , 

PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE FORESEES NO ACTION ON PHONE SOLICITING 
CHRISTIAN ETHICS GUIDE DURhAH MAN'S BUSINESS 
CIVIC CLUBS OFF TmE HOOK 

CHARITY BEGINS. BUT SHOULDN'T ENO. AT HOME 
FUNO SOLKITOPS FACE TIGHTER LAWS IN N.C. 
INTERSTATE GIVING 

LICENSE LA« FOR CHARITIES IS CRITICIZED 
REAL ESTATE RAFFLES ARE OUESTIONEO 
CHARITY SOLICITING RULES APPROVEO 
OPINION SOUGHT ON REAL ESTATE RAFFLES 
NEW STATE LAW TO TIGHTEN SOLICITATION PRUCEOuRES 

solicitors need for-f to account for expenses 
Charity 

FOLKS AfiOU'iO 



CRIMPS DRIVE 



<E«E: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 



Charity LE'Glifc OF ouRham 

SEE DURHAM junior LEAGUE 

Charles Dunham FOOD SERVICE 

TWO TAKE WOMAN'S PURSE IN PARKING LOT 

CHARLOTTE. N.C. 

BALLET STAR BARYSHNIKOV TO PERFORM IN CHARLOTTE 

TRUCKS CARRYING NUCLEAR FUEL GET FEW INSPECTIONS FROM STATE 

CHARLOTTE MAN ARRESTED FOR SHOOTING SPREE 

2 KILLED IN Shooting rampage 

POLICE HAVE NO MOTIVE FOR SHOOTINGS 

COMPLAINTS ABOUT LOW-FLYING JET PROBED 

HOMES VACATED AFTER CONTAMINATION 

CHARLOTTE LARS TO BE CHECKED 

MAN CIES IN SHOOTING 

OKTOBFRFEST TO BE H6L0 IN CHARLOTTE 

PClICE stop gun BATTLE 

firefighters' vtte results due t3pay 
Charlotte area li«e home for Germans 
600" rattles parts of carolinas 
boom still a "ysiery 

5". YEARS OF MART wQiiK fURN CLAY FIELO INTO LUSH GARDEN 

Charlotte police say gang war is growing 

EPA INVESTIGATI-ig ALLEGED DUMPING OF TOXIC WASTES 

'western' buffs flock to charlotte 

massage parlor bombed 

authorities say gangs use force to maintain order 

marriott to build hotel in charlotte 

policf says bikf gangs control hunoreds of women 

Charlotte carpenter survives i-story fall 

Gunmen rc9 after-hours oeoositors 

NFW hospital said planned IN CHARLOTTE 

Charlotte lEahers upset about lack of representation 
Charlotte crown design criticizeo 

NO hotel rooms left TO VIEW DEMOLITION 

CHARLOTTE ANTIQUES SHOW OFFERED 3Y MINT MUSEUM FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY 

GONE IN 10 SECONDS 

TAXIDERMY SHOP ShOw specialty 

TI-yEAR-OLD woman slain 

teens are sought in slaying 
grand union closes store 
offices space for brief lease 

LOAN CORPORAIIOfl PROPOSED 

RARE CLOVIS POINTS MAY CELAY LANDFILL 

CITY CROWDED? Build another one 

RELICS MAY FORESTALL LANDFILL PLANS 

ARCHAEOLOGISTS m»y FIGhT LANDFILL 

CHARLOTTE MUSEUM DRAWING ATTENTION 

LANDFILL 

MUROER Charge DROPPED IN HALLOWEEN SlayInG CASE 

charlotte man charged with bank robbery 

a8an00ne0. he's now baby noel 

n.c. engineers see 1932 as lackluster 

Charlotte, n.c. elections 
NO Challenge 
n.c. voters elect new mayors 

Charlotte, n.c. *th ward neighoorhooo 

charlotte rehab project may be muotl for durham 

Charlotte airport 

see douglas airport icharlottf, n.c.i 

Charlotte chamber of commerce 

winston-salem, charlotte seek uSga Interest 
international conference scheduled 

CHARLOTTE Chamber PLANS TRIP TO WEST GERMANY 

CHARLOTTE CITY COUNCIL 

PLAN TO HELP SMALL FIRMS IN CHARLOTTE 

CHARLOTTE FIRE DEPT. 

FIREFIGHTERS STAGE SICKOUT IN CHARLOTTE 
FIREMEN ENO 'SlCKOuT' IN CHARLOTTE 
CHARLOTTE FIREFIGHTERS VOTE AGAINST WALKOUT 

CHARLOTTE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

HOSPITAL LINK ESTABLISHED 

CHARLOTTE MINT "US'^UM 

CHARLOTTE ANTIGUES SHOW OFFERED BY MINT 



"USEUM FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY 



CHARLOTTE MOTOR SPEEOwAY 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 

WORLD 600 SPEEDS UP CHARLOTTE AREA ECONOMY 

BONNETT IN FRONT FOR WORLD 600 

HOT LAP WINS POLE POSITION FOR WALTRIP 

'KING' RICHARD NOT READY TO ENO RACING CAREER 

yarpopouGh'S life has raced THE GAMUT 

ALLISON. EARNHARDT MAKE FIELD 



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MJlTfllP hIH'; TmIRO STBAIGHT iS IIR KRENCM STALLS ALLISON 
HE'S AHAZEO TO HAVE HON II 'M[S TEAR 

CHARLOTTE OBSERVER INEWSPAPERI ,, „,„„„, ^„, r/,o. ct,u 
PAPER SAYS 2 HELLS ANGELS HIT RFPORTERSi TOON FILM 
ASSAULT WARRANTS ISSUED 
ASSAULT WARRANTS SERVED ON BIKER 
FIRHS HOLD ESTIMATES OF BROWN LUNG HIGH 
AUTHORITIES SA» GANGS USE FORCE TO MAINTAIN ORDER 
POLICE SAT MOTORCYCLE GANGS' BUSINESSES GROWING 
POLICE SAYS BIKE GANGS CONTROL HUNDREDS OF WOMEN ,,^„„,, 

BUREAUCRACY, JURISDICTION RE STR IC TI ONS HAMPER ^^L IC E EFFORTS 
STATE'S CHIEF F9I AGENT PRAISFS PUBLICITY ON MOTORCYCLE GANGS 
EX-POLICE CHIEF SUES NEWSPAPER 
STATEMENT ACCUSES NEWSPAPER OF "LIES' 
JUDGE DISMISSES SECTION OF SUIT „.„,,- „.„=„ 

EX-POLICE CHIEF LOSES SUIT AGAINST CHARLOTTE PAPER 
CHARLOTTE CARTOONIST TO DRAW MUTT AND JEFF 

CHARLOTTE POLICE OFPT. 

POLICEMAN KILLED AT HOLDUP SCENE 

TWO N.C. POLICEMEN DIE WITHIN TWO DAYS 

3 SOUGHT IN KILLING OF CHARLOTTE POLICEMAN 

HUNDREDS ATTEND SERVICES FDR TWO SLAIN POLICEMEN 

AN EMPTY PLACE AT TABLE 

600 OFFICERS ATTEND POLICEMAN'S FUNERAL 

OFFICERS KILL MANt FREE HIS HOSTAGE 

APPEALS COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL 

FORMER OFFICER WILL NOT RETURN TO POLICE WORK 

SUSPENDED TERM GIVEN IN FATAL ACCIDENT „„. ,,^ „^^,rc = 

FOUR MEN CHARGED IN DEATH OF CHARLOTTE POLICE OFFICER 

CHARLOTTE POPS 

GUILTY PLEA ENTERED IN EMBEZZLEMENT 

CHARLOTTE/MECKLENBURG SCHOOLS 

BUSING BLASTED BY RESEARCHER 

TEACHERS: FEWER JOBS AVAILABLE 

N.C. SCHOOLS SEGREGATE. CRITICS SAY 

ABILITY GROUPS SAID TO LEAD TO SEGREGATION 

PROBLEM PUPILS LIKE NEW SCHOOL 

CHARLOTTE/MECKLENBURG SCHOOLS. BUSING 

BUSING WORKS IN CHARLOTTE. PANEL IS TOLD 

CHATHAM COUNTY. N.C. 

SEE ALSO NORTH CHATHAM VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 
CHATHAM MAN SUES OFFICIALS 
BILLS ARE ENACTED FOR AREA COUNTIES 
3 CHATHAM AREAS HELD SUITED FOR WASTES PLANT 

Chatham county. n.C, BUDGET 

CHATHAM EYES 102 RATE hIkE 

Chatham county chore PROGRAM FACES Cutbacks 

contract is awarded for chatham building 

chatham county. n.c. cable television 
see also cable television. n.c. 
chatham county chore program faces cutbacks 

chatham county. n.c. chemical waste dump 
see also chemical waste disposal 
firm gives presentation on waste management 

chatham county. n.c. elections 
barber to run again for da 

Chatham county. n.C. landfill 

SEE ALSO TRI-COUNTy ALLIANCE 

NO DECISION ON Dump site 

group in chatham to oppose landfill 

chatham sets waiting period on waste sites 

no landfill application received 

two companies continue tq seek waste sites 

chatham awards contracts 

wastes firm narrows landfill sites to four 

alliance to oppose landfill 

waste landfill plans rapped 

Chatham county. n.C. libraries 
library seeking more funds 

Chatham county. n.C. taxes 

Chatham eyes lOe RATE HIKE 

Chatham county. n.C. water and SEwer proposal 
SEE ALSO EAST Chatham WATER COKP. 

BARBER SAYS SUIT WILL SEEK TO RECOVER COUNTY FUNDS 

CHATHAM COUNTY AGRICULTURAL STABILI 2A TION AND CONSERVATION SERVICE 
NOMINATION PROCESS REVISED 

CHATHAM COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO Chatham county SCHOOLS 
CHATHAM SCHOOLS SEE* MOPE FUNDS 

CHATHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

BARBER SAYS SUIT WILL SEEK TO RECOVER COUNTY FUNDS 
CHATHAM COUNTY ChORE PROGRAM FACES CUTBACKS 
3 Chatham areas held suited FOR WASTES PLANT 
Chatham SETS WAITING PERIOD ON WASTE SITES 
contract is awarded for chatham building 
Chatham awards contracts 

Chatham county commissioners. BUDGET 

CHATHAM EYES 10« RATE HIKE 
CHATHAM SCHOOLS SEEK MORE FUNDS 

CHATHAM COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING 
SEE ALSO AGING 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 

CHATHAM COUNCIL GETS CERTIFICATE 

CHATHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
CHATHAM DEMOS PICK LEADER 

CHATHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

CHATHAM COUNTY CHORE PROGRAM FACES CUTBACKS 
CONTRACT IS AWARDED FOR CHATHAM BUILDING 
CHATHAM AWARDS CONTRACTS 

CHATHAM COUNTY HOSPITAL 

CHATHAM HOSPITAL INC. IS SUED 
CHATHAM HOSPITAL RECEIVES 125.000 

CHATHAM COUNTY JAIL 



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NEm Chatham jail UNDER HAY 
Chatham laj enforcement centeb 

Chatham county planning commission 

USE OF seaplanes on lake OPPOSED 

Chatham COUNTY SChgulS 

SEE ALSO Chatham county BOARL) QF EDUCATION 
CHATHAM SCHOOLS SEE< "ORE FUN^S 
Chatham SCHOOLS OPEN HED. 

Chatham Fa-ILY BIR'h center 
SEE ALSO ChILDUIRTh 
SEE ALSO kIOhIFFRy 

Chatham «Oman may BE FIRST TO USE NEW MIOHIFE LAU 

ChFaTING UN SCHOOL t COLLE&El 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO SPORTS. SCANOALS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. HONOR CODE 
UNC HONOR CODE UNDERGOES CHANGES 

CHECK FRAUD 

SEE BAD CHECKS 

CHECKERS 

SEE ALSO Games 

ChECKFR CHA-PS to MATCH moves 

TOURNEY STARTING 

CHECKER FACES 

A THINKING GAME 

HEY. SPORTS FANS! hOh aHOUT SOME CHECKERS'? 

A RELAXED SMILE 

CHECKING ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO BAD Checks 

SEE ALSO BANKS. U.S. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF BANKS! 

SEE ALSO Checks 

SEE ALSO ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER 

SEE ALSO NEGOTIABLE ORDER OF WITHDRAWAL 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

ChECK-wB ITING COSTS TO RISE 

CUSTOMERS MAY GET CHECK-PROCESSING HIKES 

PLAN COULD STFM bAD CHECKS 

CHECKOUT SYSTEMS 

SEE UNIVERSAL PRODUCT CODE 

CHECKS 

SEE ALSO BAD Checks 
SEE ALSO Checking ACCOUNTS 
bus driver recovers stolen checks 

checkwriteb insurance 

JUDGE ISSUES restraining ORDERS AGAINST i COMPANIES 

Cheeks crossroad community icrange county, n.c.i 
200 residents protest cheeks zoning proposal 
citizens oppose zone restrictions 
township zoning gets board attention 
orange poaro -jelays cheeks zoning decision 
cheeks subdivision ban may depend on zoning 
ban on subdivisions expected along end 
orange commissioners impose subdivision san 

CHEESE 

u.s. to give away cheese 

Cheesecake ifoooi 

durham lawyer's busy in kitchen these days 
cheesecake: indulge in the richness of it 

Chefs 

see also food 
chef decuir offers culinary tips 
blindness doesn't stop cook at camp kanata 
tar heel cooks designer halston lima bean soup 
survival of palate is goal 

cmem-sfcurity inc. 

two companies continue to seek waste sites 
FiRM.s Suit seeks to overturn law 

company sues to overturn ANSON LAW 

Chemical companies 

prudence comes first 

council approves lynnhaven site 

chemical fires 

overcome by fumes 

12 overcome by fire fumes 

12 OVERCOME 3Y toxic FUMES 
chemical spills 

SEE ALSO AIR pollution 

SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 

SEE ALSO GASOLINE SPILLS 

SEE ALSO OIL SPILL 

SEE ALSO WATER POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO WATER DUALITY 

WARD DENIES hF told MAN TO DUMP PCd'S 

WA«n CONVICTED OF PCS DUMPING 

PCB DUMPING SUIT PLANNED 

PCB DETOXIFYING PROCESS IS OK'O 

PEOPLE DISAGREE ABOUT FUMES 

HOMES VACATED AFTER CONTAMINATION 

Zl ARF TREATED AFTER GAS LEAK 

TOXIC CHEMICALS ABE SPILLED 

412.5 MILLION PCB SUIT FILED 

CREOSOTE SPILLED NEAR SANFDRD 

TOWN PAID I'D. ODD FOR SPILL 

SPILLED Chloroform raises alarm 

POLICE HANDLE CHEMICAL SPILL 

CHEMICALS FOUND ALONG ROAD NEAR GREENSBORO 

MAN SAVS HE DUMPED CHEMICALS 

TOXIC CHEMICALS IN IBM WATER TABLE 

MAN FINED IN CHEMICAL SPILLS 

RTP FIRM MONITORS TOXIC WASTE 

IBM POLLUTANTS POSE WATER PROBLEM 

NO SPECIAL WAONINGS ARE PLANNED ON WATER SYSTEMS 

ACID SOLUTION GETS INTO RIVER 

PCBS STILL ALONG N.C. ROADS AS COURT BATTLE CONTINUES 

TRUCKER SOUGHT IN PCB SPILL 

FIREMAN TREATED AFTER CLEANING SPILL 

OVERCOME BY fUMFS 

SPILL FORCES EVACUATIONS 



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Chemical haste dump 



FOkMALDEMYOE SOURCE SOUGHT 

FOR-ALOEHrOF SAID COMING FROM PLANT „...^,„ 

LfEKENO ACID SPILL POSES NO IMMEDIATE DANGER 

FIR- OFFICIAL FOUND GUILTY IN »CID DUMP 

N.C. LACKS EXPERTS TO JUDGE DANGERS OF CHEMICAL 

CHEMICAL .ARFARE „^.„c 

SEE ALSO BIOLOGICAL WARFARE 
U.N. BACKBONE TESTEO 

ChFMICAL WASTE DISPOSAL , , , c 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C. ChE 
SEE ALSO HAiARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT „„„,., 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL AND STORAGE 
SEE ALST SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS. DURHA- 
SEE ALSO SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO WASTE DISPOSAL 
"l-*'l2vE"?;!A??SG"'ACLiGED DUMPING OF TOXIC WASTES 

Chemicals found along road near Greensboro 
!;rsh*rE\V^E°p?o!R°A5i;i'^T*^VoR dump sites already used 

TOIIC chemicals in IBM HATER TABLE 
CLEANUP OF CHEMICAL DUMPS IN LIMBO 
MAN FINED IN CHEMICAL SPILLS 
RTP FIRM MONITORS TOXIC WASTE 
l«iM POLLUTANTS POSE WATER PROBLEM 

f1r2 JlaSS'iNG^WASTE-hANOLING facility in GREENSBORO 
30 CASES OF POLLUTION IN GROUNDWATER CITEO 
DUKE POWER SUCCESSFULLY BURNS PCB'S 
PRUDENCE COMES FIRST 

S?F?!5iL'l%^THc";iES ^iJ^URTY OF DUMPING WASTE 

c^;;^i7^jrF?ss'^^\ssif^'!?^iE^^Uo5^^i!TE 

GROUP IN CHATHAM TO OPPOSE LANDFILL 
LOVE CANAL HEALTH DANGERS GLOSSED OVER 

SSBtirv^ELs'^A^i'Sa^^o'fN^irsisSING health risks 
3F^icUL?%'LE«fBi;E';pPR'0A?rBEs'T FOR HAZARDOUS HASTES 
REMOVING THE PC9S ,,^ =,ru..,rcc 

FIRMS -Cleaning up* on haste exchanges 

J^SR's^.eoSrSjB'lN^N^^^SuaSIDE 3 YEARS AFTER CHEMICAL DUMPED 

FIRM GIVES PRESENTATION ON WAS TE MANAGEMENT 

HASTES MANAGEMENT COMPANY PRESENTS ITS SIDE 

WASTES FIRM NARROWS LANDFILL SITES TO FOUR 

SCIENTISTS ATTEMPT PCB BREAKDOWN 

WAY CLEARED FOR PCB LANDFILL 

JUDGE APPROVES WARREN COUNTY PCB DUMP 

CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT INC. ,,,„^ ,, 

WASTE PLANT DRAWS FIRE FROM RESIDENTS ,, ,„„„„ 

FIRM PLANNING H AST E -H ANOL I NG FACILITY IN GREENSBORO 

3 CHATHAM AREAS hELO SUITED FOR WASTES PLANT 

NO DECISION ON DUMP SITE 

GROUP IN CHATHAM TO OPPOSE LANDFILL 

CHATHAM SETS WAITING PERIOD ON WASTE SITES 

NO LANDFILL APPLICATION RECEIVED ,,,^, 

TWO COMPANIES CONTINUE TO SEEK WASTE SI'?^. 

FIRM GIVES PRESENTATION ON WASTE MANAGEMENT 

WASTES MANAGEMENT COMPANY PRESENTS ITS SIDE 

WASTES FIRM NARROWS LANDFILL SITES TO FOUR 

CHEMICALS 

SEE ALSO MAZAROnuS MATERIALS 

SEE ALSO NERVE GAS 

SEE ALSO NIIROSAMINE COMPOUNDS 

SEE ALSO NORTH STATE CHEMICALS INC. 

SEE ALSO UNIONS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO UNIONS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO UNIONS. U.S. 

MH-30 SALES TO BE HALTED 

CHEMICALS USED CHIP MANUFACTURE STUDIED 

SPRAYING OF CHEMICALS COULO LEAD TO PROBLEMS 

CHEMOTHERAPY 

EXPERIMENTAL THERAPY MAY OFFER CANCER CURE 
DUKE USES DRUG FOR CHEMOTHERAPY RELIEF 
CANCER AND LAETRILE 

CHEROKEE INOIAN RESERVATION „.,„„, . -,„„ 

CHEOGKEES MAY LEASE LAND TO WASTE DISPOSAL FIRM 
PAST MAY HOLD KEY 
TRIBE DUMPS WASTE-DISPOSAL PLANT 

CHEROKEE INDIANS 

SEE ALSO INDIANS. N.C. ,, , , ,„„ ^^ , 

RADIO SHOW KEEPS ALIVE LANGUAGE OF ChEROKEES .^,„„ 
CHEROKEE RESERVATION TRAIL GETS NATIONAL DESIGNATION 

cherokees may lease land to haste disposal firm 

past may hold key 

tribe dumps waste-disposal plant 

botanist studies cherokee cures 

cherry hospital igolosborq. n.c.i 
umsteao hospital accredited 

cherry investment co. t associates inc. 

1st office condominium under hay downtohn 
law building was first 

Cherry point, n.c. 

MARINE pilot DIES IN CRASH OF HARRIER JET 
MARRIFR CRASH KILLS MARINE 

Cherry point marine CORPS air station 

SEE ALSO U.S. MARINE CORPS 

JURY ACQUITS MAN CHARGED IN THEFT CASE 

FIVE MARINES BELIEVED KILLED 

BODY, MARINE HELICOPTER RECOVERED FROM SOUND 

ChFRRYVULE, N.C. 

DESPITE CHURCH OPPOSITION. 

CHESS 

SEE ALSO GAMES 
GOOD MOVE 

CHEVRON USA INC. 

CHEVRON SEEKS OIL. GAS PERMITS 
DRILLING RIGS PERMIT OK'D 

CHEHNING junior high SCHOOL 



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H 2 10/02/31 A 16 



H 2 11/22/81 A 15 



S 2 10/12/81 C ,1 P P R91 



S 2 9/29/Rl a 7 
H 2 11/20/81 C 10 



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CHfxMNi; ANNOUNCES MONO" "OLL 

A »EE< IN r"E UlfE Of A POINCIPAL 

COUNTY SCHOOLS OEVIEhING PRnTESTECl BOOK 

USE OE NOVEL AT SCHOOL PROTESTED 

CHUNIV SCHOOLS '0 «EEP PPOTESTEO 900« ON SnELF 

•A PATCH Of 9LUE' STAYS AT CmEkNING 

TEXTBOOKS TOO LAI A90UT SEXt PROfANlTY 

STUDENTS SHAOnj, SCHOOL PERSONNEL 

CHEWNINC LISTS HONOR ROLL PUPILS 

CHf«NlNC JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. fOOTBALL 
COUNTY Champs 
VARSITY CHA"PS 

rHFiiNlNG JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTSt GIRLS 
ChE«NING SuFT°all TEA" UNOEfEATEO 
AROUNO The TRACK 
SnfTBALL Cha-PIONS 
ChE«NINC CHA'^PS 

CHF2 CONDORET t RE ST AUR AfjT t CABARET I 

•PASS pnPCDON' IS FEATURED AT CABARET 

CHEZ CONDORET: ATTRACTING CROWDS FROI NEAR iUO EAR 

■SCEThING "lT. SOhEThING Ne«' at CH£2 CONOORET in CHAPEL HILL 

•HAVE A NICE DAYT INSTANT NOSTALGIA 

SLICK -SKY- SPARKLES AT CABARET 

A PREO ASTAIRF EVENING IS CHEJ CONDORET FEAST 

CHIANTI 

SEE ALSO MINE 
A HANOY TOOL: 



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TO GET THE JOB DONE. IT HELPS TO KEEP YOUR COOL 



Chicago. Illinois 

HAYOR BYRNE^S disservice 

nEk use of old laws 
Chicago cubs ' 

SEE ALSO EASEfALL 

gallows humor 

The Chicken cpormeoly known as kgb Chicken of san oiegoj 
The Chicken feeds on laughter, fame 
dirty al eaplooes after latest loss 

Chicken farmers 

NFw POULTRY 



lOUSE CUTS ENERGY COSTS 



SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 



cmilo abandonment 

SEE also Child abuse. Durham 
infant fou.io in auto 
mother of infant identified 
mother accused tf abandoning retarded Child 

ASANOONEO. He's NOW BABY NOEL 

child abuse. Durham 

SEE ALSO EATTFRED WOMEN 

SEE ALSO CONTACT DURHAM. INC- (CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE! 

SEE ALSO Child ABANDONMENT 

SEE ALSO CHILD MOLESTATION 

SEE ALSO CHILD NEGLECT 

SEE ALSO Children, "urder 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
SEE ALSO Fa-ILY STRUCTURE 
SEE ALST INFANTICIDE 
SEE ALSO "U"3ER. U.S. 

SEE ALSO Parents anonymous 

SEE ALSO schoils. n.c. corporal punishment 

SEE also sexual assaults 

education is challenge of child abuse service 

police jail father in assault 

break-in neis 6.000 cigarettes 

Child abuse, n.c. 

SEE ALSO EaTIEREO WOMEN 

ALSO Child neglect 

ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
ALSO FA-UY STRUCTURE 
ALSO "URJER. U.S. 
ALSO PARENTS ANONYMOUS 

ALSO STATEWIDE Child abuse and neglect prevention advocacy committee 

AMENDMENT LEFT ON ABORTIONS NOTIFICATION BILL 

bleach said poured INTO BABY'S FORMULA 

MOTHER IS Charged in BABY'S DEATH 

child apuSE case PROBED IN ORANGE 

NO PROSECUTION PLANNED IN ORANGE COUNTY CASE 

LENOI" parents CHARGED IN DEATH 

FE-ER FEDERAL OOLLAPS MAY MEAN MORE CHILD ABUSE 

ALAMANCE PROGRAM AIMED AT preventing SEXUAL ABUSE 

HELP FOB Children 
Child abuse. U.S. 

SEE ALSO BaTTEREO WOMEN 
SEE ALSO Child iEuSE. DURHAM 
SEE ALSD Child abuse, n.c. 
SEE also Child "OLESIaTION 
SEE ALSO Child neglect 
SEE ALSO Children, murder 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 
SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 
SEE ALSO MURDER. U.S. 
SEE ALSO PARENTS ANONYMOUS 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

GOOD Family values help deter CHILD ABUSE 

Tar mFEL seeks CUSTODY OF ABUSED GIRL 

parents battle over custody of child 
exotic spice a threat to health 

Child actors ano actresses 
see also film industry 

child actors get Chance to work in NORTH CAROLINA 

■eopgasmord' : he's still part ham 

Child advocacy 

see also governor's advocacy council on chilcren ano youth 
solicitors subject of probe 

CnlLO ADVOCACY COMMISSION 

CHILDREN'S -icEOS RALLY FOCUS 

PROPOSED CITY BUDGET TRIMS AGENCY REQUESTS 

CITY MAY REDUCE SUPPORT FOR II NON-CITY AGENCIES 

SURPLUS AIDS NON-CITY AGENCIES 

NOMINATION DRAWS CLAIM OF CONFLICT 

GRIFFIN WARNS Of POLITICKING 

ARCHER WITHDRAWS BOARD APPLICATION 

ARCHER WITHDRAWS APPLICATION FOR BOARO 



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jttohnev sees no conflict 

BUDGET CUTS TMKfiTEN Ou" YOUNG 

SQUABBLING IS NO ANSrtER 

YOUTH GROUP GETS GRANT ,,,,, ,„.,. 

GROUPS MANT TO KEEP SPECIAL CLASS SUES S1ALL 

CHILD GROUPS MEET TO OPPOSE GHANGES 

YEACER URGES TABLING OF CLASS- S I ZE PROPOSAL 

NO MAJOR CHANGE SEEN IN STATE POLICY ON CLASS SIZES 

CLASS SIZES RULE IS RETAINED 

SOLONS DISCUSS NEEDS OF YOUTH 

EFFECTS OF TRUANCY IN DURHAM STUDIED 

""-"ESSFAug^'Is'c'Sld'LlSGE OF CHILD ABUSE SERVICE 
EVERYONE PLAYS , „ „-..,, 

AGENCY PROVIDES HELP FOR YOUNG PARENTS 

"^'lIlTli 'olUi ^SKJ^^ES}:"o?"s!2?rs^Si\??i:! summer day care program 

SEE ALSO DURHAM DAY CARE COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO LATCHKEY CHILDREN 

DAY-CARE PROGRAM FACING UPHILL BATTLE 

DAY-CARE PROGRAM CALLED OFF 

LACK OF FUNDS ENDS SUMMER DAY CARE 

DAY-CARE FUNDING BACKED 

DAY-CARE TAX CREDITS GOING IGNORED 

DAYCARE, ACTIVITIES ARE SET FOR DAYS OFF SCHOOL 

CHILD CARE CENTER 
SEE ALSO DURHA 
SEE ALSO DURHA 
SEE ALSO FIRST 

CHILDREN: OU 

PANEL OK'S C 

HAZARDOUS i<A 

CFNTERS KECE 

SENATE APPRO 

BROCHURE ON 

ORANGE COUNT 

NEW SERVICE 

DAY CARE OPE 

Curs IN FEDE 

DAY CARE OFF 

DAY-CARE SAF 

DAY CARE IN 

DAY-CARE SE» 

NURSERY GROU 

NURSERY BUIL 

PLAYGROUP: 

FIRST THANKS 

2<.-H0UR CHIL 



•s"Filsf Ground the clock 2',-hour child care service 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CHILD CARE PROGRAM 

COMMITMENT 
jMPfNSATION LAM CHANGE 

STES BILL ADVANCES TOWARD SENATE VOTE 
IVE USE PERMITS 

VFS CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT MEASURE 
DAY CARE 

DAY-CARE CENTER TO OPEN SEPT. 1* 
OFFERED 

RATORS AWARDED CERTIFICATES ,,,„„, 

R«L FOOD AID WORRY DAY-CARE DIRECTORS 
ICIALS EXPECT CUT IN FEDERAL FOOD FUNDS 
ETY 

STATE TO LOSE 12.5 MILLION 
VICE FOR ''0 HAY BF LOST 
P SEEKS BUILDING 
DING SOUGHT 

RESCHOOLERS LEARN IN HOME SETTING 
GIVING 
D CARE SERVICE TO OPEN 



child care centers, licensing requirements _ ,,„„, 

council votes to rezone site for convenience store 
church day-care sill faces senate 
church day care bill advances 
senate approves church day-care exemptions 
senators run scared , _ 

workers compensation claim chance rejected 
legislators turning to day-care rules „,,„„,.. 

state house approves measure on hazardous wastes disposal 
house rejects speedup of oay-care centers bill 
n.c. house rejects efforts to revive oay-care issue 
voluntary program's day care innovation 

Child custody 

see also alimony 

see also divorce 

see also family structure 

institution under assault — the family 

high court rules against durham woman 

senate approves constitutional amendment measure 

ruling may help indigent bill , , 

parents' right to lawyer endorsed by committee 

bill enacted to allow higher loan interest rates 

agency seeks legal custody of twins 

siamese twins' parents appear in juvenile court 

lose custody 

judge gives agency legal custody of twins 

mother who left baby in trunk gets custody 

chili molestation 
see also child abu 
see also child abu 
SEE ALSO Child abu 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL AS 
TEACHER'S TRIAL 
GARWOOD CHARGED 
GARWOOD TRIAL SE 
JUDGE DENIES GAR 
PARENTS MAY TEST 
JURY BEING SELEC 
JURORS SELECTED 
GIRL TESTIFIES G 
WITNESSES SAY GA 
JURORS OELIBERAI 
GARWOOD ACJUITTE 
GARWOOD SAYS HE- 
DURHAM LIFEGUARD 
VICE SQUAD SEIZE 

MAN PLEADS Guilt 

PLEADS GUILTY TO 
DAY-CARE DIRECTO: 
LIFEGUARD GIVEN 
LIFEGUARD ON PRO 
ATTEMPT TO SEDUC 
ALAMiNCE PROGRAM 
DURHAM MAN IS AC 
POLICE CHARGE DUi 
SUSPECT'S BONO L 
BOND LOWERED FOR 
MAN ACCUSED OF A 
MAN CHARGED IN A 
MOLESTER OF N.C. 



SE, DURHAM 
SE, N.C. 
SE, U.S. 
SAULTS 
10 BEGIN 

T MONDAY 

WOOD MOTION 

IFY AGAINST GARWOOD 

TEO FOR GARWOOD TRIAL 

IN Garwood trial 

ARWOOO SEXUALLY MOLESTED HER 
RWOOO WAS IN VA. AUG. 7 
ING CHARGES AGAINST GARWOOD 
OF SEXUAL CHARGES 
S 'FINALLY FREE" 

FACES CHARGES 
S 179 LSD DOSES 
Y TO ASSAULT 

ASSAULT 
R CHARGED 
PROBATION 
BATION 
E CHILD NETS MAN ACTIVE SENTENCE 

AIMED AT PREVENTING SEXUAL ABUSE 
CUSED OF ASSAULTING 3-YEAR-OLO 
RHAM MAN IN ASSAULT 
OWERED 

MAN ACCUSED OF SEXUAL ASSAULT 
SSAULT ING 6-YEAR-OLD 
SSAULT 

BOYS SOUGHT 



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CHILD NEGLECT 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO Child abuse, U.S. 
LOSE Custody 

judge gives agency LEGAL CUSTODY OF TWINS 

teen-ager to seek custody of infant 
mother who left baby in trunk gets custody 
help for children 

Child-proof containers 



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9/03/91 


A 


9 


N 


OOH 




S 2 


9/3D/91 


c 


1 


N 


008 




S 2 


10/07/81 


C 


I 


N 


008 




S 2 


l./16/ai 


c 


1 


N 


008 




H 2 


9/23/81 


A 


6 P 


P 


S76 




S 2 


U/07/81 


A 


<• 


L 







6/03/91 
6/10/91 
6/10/81 
11/06/81 
12/16/81 
12/17/81 



N S51 
N S51 



551 

009 



H 2 


5/11/81 


A 


5 


A 




H 2 


5/13/91 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


5/14/91 


D 


5 


N 




S 2 


5/26/91 


e 


1 


N 


008 


H 2 


6/03/91 


A 


8 


N 




S 2 


6/17/Sl 


A 


7 


N 




H 2 


7/12/Bl 


A 


7 


N 




S 2 


7/15/81 


C 


15 


P P 


T37 


S 2 


7/30/91 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


9/23/91 


C 


4 


N 




H I 


9/24/91 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


10/08/81 


C 


I 


P P 


M66 


H 2 


11/03/91 


B 


1 


N 


V05 


S 2 


U/03/91 


B 


1 


N 


DO a 


H 2 


11/06/91 


9 


1 


N 


F7a 


S 2 


U/D6/91 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


U/09/91 


A 


6 


P F 


930 


S 2 


11/25/81 


c 


1 


P P 


C56 


S 2 


12/14/81 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


5/05/81 


a 


1 


N 


C19 


S 2 


6/05/91 


c 


5 


N 




H 2 


6/05/81 


A 


a 


N 




H 2 


6/06/81 


A 


5 


N 




S 2 


6/09/fll 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


6/19/91 


8 


5 


N 




H 2 


6/22/81 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 


6/25/"l 


B 


2 


N 




H 2 


6/27/91 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


7/10/81 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


8/25/81 


A 


6 


P F 


S56 



5/05/91 
6/01/81 
6/01/91 
6/03/91 
6/10/81 
6/12/91 
8/19/81 
8/19/91 
8/20/81 
a/20/81 
11/21/91 



1 
20 
7 
5 
2 
1 
15 
5 



H 




5/04/91 




9 


N 


s 




5/06/81 




19 


N 


H 




5/07/81 




14 


N 


s 




5/08/81 




9 


N 


H 




5/10/81 




a 


> N 


H 




5/12/81 




9 


N 


H 




5/13/81 




9 


N 


H 




5/14/81 




23 


N 


H 




5/15/81 




9 


N 


H 




5/16/81 




3 


N 


H 




5/17/ei 




1 


' N 


H 




5/17/81 




7 


N 


H 




7/lO/Bl 




1 1 


N 


s 




7/10/81 




3 


N 


H 




8/01/81 




5 


N 


S 




a/01/81 




3 


N 


H 




a/23/81 




23 


N 


H 




3/26/81 




3 


N 


s 




8/26/81 




10 


N 


H 




9/01/81 




9 


N 


H 




12/05/81 




1 


N 


H 




12/06/81 




1 


N 


s 




12/07/91 




a 


N 


H 




12/12/81 




5 


N 


s 




12/12/81 




14 


N 


H 




12/16/81 




12 


N 


s 




12/16/81 




9 


N 


H 




12/20/91 




21 


N 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

5 2 



8/20/ai A V 

n A 15 



p p 



8/20/81 

8/26/81 All N 

11/21/81 A 5 P N 

12/22/91 A 4 E 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



1 >. J E X 

12/31/ai 



SUBJECTS 






C '=0 L P =)rL 



SEE ALSO POISON PBEVENTION 
SAFETY BEATS INCONVENIENCE 
SUPPOPT FOR ChILO safety NOTEP 

CHILO PEARING 

SEE ALS3 EASLY CMlLOnOOn EDUCATION 

INSTITUTION UNOEa ASSAULT — TmE FAMILY 

chIl" rearing. cnsTs 

SFE ALSO Cr.ILD SUPPORT 
SCRAP IRONY 

CmIlO oESTBAINT SEATS 
SEE ALSO SEAT bELTS 

concerns kell-founded 

mazarpous wastes bill advances toward senate vote 
Child safety restraint bill passes in mOuse 
BID to Ease iflmet lax rejected 

SEAT restraint wC°Th The "ONEY, trouule 
INFANT Car seats RECOhmenoED 

RESTRAINT BILL 5ACKED 

The i«propfs use OF COLLECTIVE FORCE 

PATERNALISTIC LA»S ERODE FRESaO'' 

STATE HOUSE APPROVES MEASURE ON HAZARDOUS «ASTES DISPOSAL 

CHILD RESTRAINT MEASURE ADVANCES 

CHILD RESTRAINER SEAT BILL HITS SENATE OPPOSITION 

t.RONG taORD 

VOTERS. REMCMSER JMO STUCK YOU 

CHILD SEAT BILL OK ' BY SENATE 

PLAYING »ORD Games 

LEGISLATORS niKE COSTS FOR DRIVERS 

l<>81 LECISLATuSf: REDISTRICTING. GAS TAX SETTLED; BUDGET STILL HAS HOLES 

RESTRAirjTS COULD HELL SAVE LIVES 

BOARD DISCUSSES ENQ PROPERTY 

CHILD SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO ChIlD rearing, COSTS 

SEE ALSO CuRhAH COUNTY OEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES. CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT UNIT 

IRS TO WITHHOLD PARENTS' REFUNDS 

IRS WITHHOLDING PARENTS' REFUNDS 

This 'MEDDLING' IS FAIR PLAY 

IT'S NOT The job of Th£ IflS 

CHILD SUPPORT PROGRAM GETS EXTRA WORKERS 

JUDGE SAYS MiN'S JAIL TERM STANDS 

MAN Facing a.ol charge has new problems 

JUDGE RULES STATE'S CH I LO- SUPPOS T POLICY ILLEGAL 

wOMAN THINKS FEDS SHIELDING HUSBAND 

MAN WHO SHOT HIMSELF IN COURT HAS NO REGRETS 

CHILD WATCH 

•CHILDREN'S DAY' BALLY PLANNED NEXT TUESDAY 

STREIT HEADS Child watch inc. 

CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO ABORTION 

SEE ALSO AUTOS. CHILDBIRTH 

SFE ALSO EIRTh CONTROL 

SEE ALSO BIRTHS. ILLEGITIMATE 

SEE ALST Chatham FAMILY BIRTH CENTER 

SEE ALSO CHILDLESS COUPLES 

SEE ALSO FETUSES 

SFE ALSO MjrER^JL DEATH RATE 

SEE ALSO MiDwIFERY 

see also planned parenthood 
see also pregnancy 

a woman's place 

ifen-ager to seek custody of infant 

childpirtm Choices presented in series 

DEATHS OF wOmEn giving BIRTH TQ 36 DISCUSSED 

Chatham woman may BE first to use new midwife law 

CHILDLESS COUPLES 

SEE ALSO ABORTION 

SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO PIRTHS. ILLEGITIMATE 

SEE ALSO Childbirth 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 
SEE ALSO PLANNED PARENTHOOD 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

AND WHY DON'T yQu have CmILOREN'' 

Children 

SEE ALSO Child actors and actresses 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S ADVOCACY COUNCIL ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH 

SEE ALSO HOME INSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO SAVE The CHILDREN 

sfe also siamese twins 
see also triplets 
see also twins 

sfe also unicef (united nations children's fundi 
it's not money, it's cheerios 

Children, accidents 

SEE accidents. Children 

Children, advertising 

SEE CHILDREN, television 

Children, art 

SEE ALSO Chilorfn's arts Summer experience 
art school offers alternative for children 

Children, cancer 
SEE ALSO Cancer 
SEE ALSO Children, diseases 

LEUKEMIA victim GETS DREAM TRIP 

Children, cooking 

FAMILY Can Enjoy OIShES CHILDREN make 
COOKING CAN BE «I0 STUFF 

CHILDREN. roST OF RAISING 

see child rearing. costs 
Children, deaths 

SEE ALSO ChIlHREN. muRDER 
CONCERNS wELL-FOuNOEO 

Children, diseases 

SEE ALSO Children, cancer 
SEE ALSO Children, health care 

SEE ALSn DISEASES ISEF ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES! 
SEE ALSO IMMUNIZATIONS 
MEASLES MEETS ITS MATCH 



s 


2 


T/l8/?l 


A 


<t 


F 




s 


2 


7/27/91 


A 


(t 


L 




H 


2 


S/O'i/Bl 


A 


(. 


E 




H 


2 


n/16/81 


A 


(. 


E 




s 


2 


5/01/91 


A 




E 




H 


2 


5/l<./91 


D 




N 




H 


2 


5/2n/ei 


A 


1 P N 


C53 


H 


2 


5/21/91 


A 


1". 


N 




H 


2 


5/24/fll 


A 


6 P F 


S56 


H 




6/11/91 


A 




L 




H 


2 


6/12/ai 


a 




N 




H 


2 


!)/l'./91 


a 




E 




H 


2 


6/25/91 


A 




L 




H 


2 


6/25/91 


P 




N 




H 


2 


6/26/91 


A 




N 




H 


2 


6/27/81 


a 




N 


G53 


H 


2 


6/29/Bl 


D 




c 




H 


2 


6/2<)/Rl 


A 




L 




H 


2 


7/31/81 


C 




N 


G53 


s 


2 


7/06/Sl 


A 




E 




H 


2 


7/09/Pl 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 


2 


7/12/91 


A 


10 P N 




H 


2 


9/19/91 


a 


J 


N 




s 


2 


11/19/81 


A 


6 


N 


K^O 



H 2 


10/20/81 


A 


1 


N 


flfll 


S 2 


10/2R/91 


(. 


1 


N 


FID 


S / 


11/03/91 


A 


A 


F 




H 2 


11/04/91 


A 


4 


F 




H 2 


ll/06/''l 


A 


16 


N 




H 2 


11/12/81 


A 


IH 


N 


nSl 


H ? 


11/10/91 


B 


1 


N 




H 7 


11/25/91 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


11/30/91 


A 


1 '. 


N 




H 2 


12/30/91 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


5/07/91 


A 


1 1 


N 




S 2 


10/27/81 


A 


14 


N 





S 2 5/29/91 A 4 E 

H 2 a/26/91 All N 

H 2 9/20/91 A 6 F B30 

H 2 11/33/91 B 16 N 

M 2 11/22/91 C 1 N G53 



H 2 U/15/P1 E 1 F B30 



H 2 8/23/91 Ell U M56 



S 2 5/29/91 D 4 P N F57 



H 1 7/30/ei B 1 N 



S 2 a/05/ai A 6 P F 371 

s 2 lo/io/ei A 5 n F J06 



S2 5/01/91 A 4 £ 



S 2 5/0">/91 A 4 E 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/Hl 



SUBJECTS 



Page 'l 



■OLD PEOPLE'S 0ISE4SE' 
oe IN PEBIL 



AFFLICTS 250iOOO CHILDREN NATIONWIDE 



ARTHRITI S: 

SUJCEBY'cORPECTS^YOUTH'is'LIFE-l.ONG INTESTINAL OISOROEO 
IuPFRSIUFF: CUIOEEMK HELPS ASTHMATIC KIDS HELP THEHSELVES 



festivities brl&hten child's hospital stay 

chiloren, emotionally disturbed 

sfe also adolescence. emotionally disturbed 
see also school phobias 

see also wrlie n. programs ,, ,,„,,, 

third-craoers gft help in dealing xith stress 

THEIR mORK is where THE HEED'S GREATEST 

SERVICE TO HELP PROBLEM TEEN-AGERS 

PANEL CRITICIZES STATE OFFICIALS , , , , „„ ^. 

STATE PROGRAM AIMED AT HELPING VIOLENT CHILDREN 

HELP FOR VIOLENT, HANDICAPPED YOUTH GOAL OF PLANS 

HUNT MAY SEEK ADDITIONAL FUNDS 

STATE. DURHAM PROGRAMS TO HELP VIOLENT CHILDREN 

CHILDREN. FAIRY TALES 

WRITERS AND FAIRY TALES 

^" SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS. GIFTED PROGRAM „„„,„.„ 

Ill ALSO ELDN COLLEGE ICOLLEGEI DEVELOPMENTAL GIFTED PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS 

SEE ALSO TALENT IDENTIf ICATION PROGRAM (TIPI 

rSUIl'';R;C.G??°?l-V?AR-o;S"5S?"o2ES HOST HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ON 5.T 

DURHAM WHIZ KID COULD READ AT Z 

MINORITY GIFTED NEGLECTED „, „^ 

THE GIFTED minority: TALENT WE SHOULD NURTURE 

THE PROFESSORS WERE... 

PROGRAM HELPS STUDENTS 'FEEL LIKE AN X' „„„^„.„, 

GIFTED TEXAS SIBLINGS ENROLL IN DUKE SUMMER PROGRAMS 

PRODIGY TO PHOOIGY - TIP ADVICE FIRST-HAND 

ENVIRONMENT'S NOT JUST TREES AT PINEY LAKE 

GIFTED Children attend program 

program nurturing talent 

ability groups said to lead to segregation 

Children, handicapped 

see also commission on children with special needs „„„^..„, 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, RETARDED t HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RET ARDEO C IT t Z ENS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS. RETARDED C HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO EXCEPTIONAL Children, n.c. 

SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 

SEE ALSO HEAOSTART 

SEE ALSO LEARNING DISABILITIES 

SEE ALSO MENTALLY RETARDED 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN .,.,„, ,,„„^., .,-, 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC LAW l^-I*.? (EDUCATION FOR ALL HANDICAPPED CHILDREN ACTl 

SEE ALSO SPECIAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO SPEECH PATHOLOGY 

"AINSTREAMINC ASK THIS GRAO 

OURHA" SHOWS IT CARES 

CAMP FOR HANDICAPPED OFFERED 

GROUPS WANT TO KEEP SPECIAL CLASS SIZES SMALL u..,„,r.oocn 

u.s. court of appeals overturns ruling on treatment of handicapped 

child groups meet to oppose changes 

award-winning effort 

workshop set for parents of si ght- 1 mp a i red children 

•disabled child' talks set 

•disabled child' will be topic 

dr. wolfe gets another post with state 

suit asks services for autistic child 

club to help handicapped pupils 

child with skin disease finos caring family 

Children, health care 

SEE ALSO ChILDRFN, DISEASES 
see also CHILDREN, STATE SERVICES 
SEE ALSO EARLY CHILDHOOD SCREENING 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

BILL SEEKS TAX ON VACATION HOME RENTALS 

HORMONE TESTING BEGINS AT UNC 

CHILDREN, LEARNING 

SEE ALSO Early childhood EDUCATION 

see also early childhood screening 
see also learning disabilities 

screening helps children 

doctors devise new ways to find slow learners 

children, mentally retarded 
see children, handicapped 
see learning disabilities 
see mentally retarded 

Children, murder 

SEE ALSO Child abuse, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, DEATHS 
SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 
SEE ALSO MURDER, U.S. 

NO BREAK SEEN IN ATLANTA CASES 

MISSING ATLANTA YOUTh FOUND 

VOLUNTEERS SEARCH RIVER IN ATLANTA AS VICTIM BURIED 

ATLANTA CHILD MURDERS ICARTOONI 

CHRONIC PROBLEM OF RUNAWAY GIRLS IGNORED BY PUBLIC IN ATLANTA 

EARLIER CONTACT SEEN IN KILLINGS 

ATLANTA PROBERS 'KEEP OPEN MIND- 
MISSING ATLANTA BOY SOUGHT 

AS5EMPLY PASSES ATLANTA RESOLUTION 

ALI DONATES t«.00,000 TO ATLANTA FUND 

ATLANTA'S agony: THREADS OF CLUES 

GROUP PLANS JUNE Rally to help Atlanta children 

ANOTHER BLACK YOUTH FOUND SLAIN IN ATLANTA 

POLICE REPORT 'TRACE EVIDENCE' FOUND LINKING ATLANTA SLAYINGS 

SLAYING ELEMENTS PUZZLE POLICE 

SUPERSLEUTn GETS CALL FROM ATLANTA 

LATEST ATLANTA VICTIM BURIED 

«'.60,000 GRANTED FOR ATLANTA CAMPS 

VOLUNTEERS KNOCK ON DOORS IN SEARCH FOR ATLANTA MAN 

BODY OF BLACK PULLED FROM RIVER AT ATLANTA 

BODY, MISSING MAN ADDED TO LIST OF CASES IN ATLANTA 

KILLER IN ATLANTA 'PROBABLY' SELECTIVELY CHOOSING VICTIMS 

ATLANTA KILLER-VICTIM LINK SOUGHT 

MOTHERS' GROUP MAY BE PROSECUTED 

SLAYER IN ATLANTA SEEN 'VERY STRONG' 

ATLANTA FUND FOR VICTIMS UNDER fIRE 

POLICE FEAR LIST Of DEAD MISSING YOUTHS A MISTAKE 

ATLANTA FUND STATEMENT IS PROMISED 

RALLY TO FOCUS ON CHILDREN 

FIBERS M»Y TIF SUSPECT TO SLAYINGS 



N E 
P D 



DATE 

5/2Z/B1 
d/Dl/fll 
10/28/81 
U/lO/81 

u/Z'./ai 



s 

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C PG 



F A15 

N Doa 





5/2(./61 


A 


1 


N 






6/23/81 


A 


t P F 


830 




8/23/91 


c 


1 


N 


F30 




9/10/81 


A 


16 


N 






I0/2T/B1 


a 


1 P N 






10/28/81 


c 


6 


N 






11/03/81 


A 


12 


N 






ll/2()/3l 


A 


16 


N 


B81 


z 


ll/2<,/31 


A 


ti 


E 





H 




5/18/81 




3 




N 




H 




5/17/81 






p 


N 


S36 


S 




5/21/81 






p 


F 


509 


s 




5/25/81 








N 


008 


H 




6/05/31 




tf 




E 




H 




7/02/B1 




5 




L 




s 




7/03/81 






P 


N 


008 






7/09/81 






p 


N 


DOB 


5 




7/23/81 






P 


N 


DOS 


H 




3/0<./3l 






p 


F 




H 




8/20/81 


B 




p 


N 




s 




10/27/81 


B 






N 


008 


H 




11/23/91 


A 


10 




N 





H 


2 


5/11/81 


A 


6 P 


F 


S 


2 


5/23/81 


A 


4 


E 


s 


2 


6/25/81 


B 


1 


N 


H 




8/13/81 


B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/13/91 


A 


14 


N 


s 


2 


8/13/91 


A 


13 


N 


s 


2 


10/03/81 


A 


3 P 


P 


5 


2 


10/26/81 


B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


11/04/81 


A 


12 


N 


s 


2 


11/05/81 


C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


11/06/91 


A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


12/15/81 


A 


8 


N 


s 


2 


12/18/81 


C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


12/19/31 


A 


8 


N 



2 6/09/81 
2 10/21/31 



S 2 
H 2 



6/12/91 C 1 
9/25/81 A 1 1 



2 


5/01/31 


A 


11 




N 


2 


5/01/91 


A 


2 




N 


2 


5/03/91 


A 


8 




N 


2 


5/0<./9l 


A 


4 


T 


X R56 


2 


5/04/81 


A 


12 




N 


2 


5/05/81 


A 


12 




N 


2 


5/07/8 


A 


23 




N 


2 


5/08/8 


A 


12 




N 


2 


5/09/e 


A 


5 




N 


2 


5/io/ei 


A 


2 




N 


2 


5/10/81 


A 


4 


P 


N 


2 


5/1 1/31 


C 


1 




N 054 


2 


5/13/81 


A 


2 




N 


2 


5/14/81 


A 


9 


P 


N 


2 


5/15/81 


c 


9 




N 




5/16/81 


A 


8 


P 


N 


2 


5/17/81 


A 


20 


P 


N 


2 


5/23/81 


B 


9 




N 


2 


5/24/91 


A 


5 




N 


2 


5/25/Bl 


A 


2 




N 


2 


5/26/91 


B 


7 


P 


N 


2 


5/27/81 


A 


12 




N 


2 


5/28/BI 


A 


19 




N 


2 


5/29/Rl 


c 


9 




N 


2 


5/29/91 


c 


ll 




N 


2 


5/30/31 


A 




N 


2 


5/31/91 


A 


IB 


P 


N 


2 


6/34/81 


A 


20 




N 


2 


6/04/Bl 


c 


1 




N 054 


2 


6/06/81 


A 


12 




N 



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'sill iSiiE-ii ;ftj,';fM"c^s![J«rs8st^'°;E wo^.r be ku.ed- 

FIRST HEARING SET PHR TODAY IN ATLANTA CASE 
fi^^'tN^ILtl.GS 1N_.TL.NT. INVESTIGATED 




rHlLQBEN '5 "C jRFE«t HAY BE ExT£nO£0 

i bl/rTU3SuirrA?.iS^.S^f^l- ja HE.P c.ao^E. 

5»N CH40GED IM SLATING OF <,-tEaR-OLD 

:c'?ul?S'^K'?£i'tN°lTL'AN°?rLOSES .OUND P.IDR TO TRIAL 
TRIAL SET TO TPEN ON ATLANTA KILLINGS 
JUST SEARCH OPENS ATLANTA MURDER TRIAL 

Children, nutrition 

IeI Jlso -H-eViSJant ano children rrogra- 

SiiRMiM riTT SCHOOL Pupils >on' t pay hobe for '•EalS 
THE school LUNCH - A 8i»GAlN he.l »T ITS BEST 
SNACKS: THEY CAN =£ NUTRITIOUS 
FOOD. "ILK PROGRAM MAY BE CUT 

CHILDREN, RETARDED 

SEE MENTALLY RETARDED 

CHILDREN, STATE SERVICES 

SEE ALSO Children, health care 

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I .'ttn ESiE2"^':s"otoc"ACY COUNCIL ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH 

|Fn!?s'S°F^ci^S Sy^^S^iSJEN IS TOPIC 
RALLY TO BACK SERVICES 
&:ii=?S"DiE°T"?u'Tr-!lr':!iRT the south 

^J^E^'TR^i'TM^N? nUlS' J°aV'lQCATE lU DURHAM 
hF.P for violent, HANDICAPPED YOUTH GOAL OF PLANS 
sfiTE.SuBHiM PROGRAMS TO HELP VIOLENT CHILDREN 
SUIT ASKS SERVICES FOR AUTISTIC CHILD 

CHILDREN, TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION 
SEE ALSn TELEVISION COMMERCIALS 

COMMERCIALS HAVE EFFECT ON CHILDREN 

CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOO IPLAYl ^^^^,_ 
PLAT ENHANCED BY LISTENING SYSTEM 

^""■"cHSlfTIAS^Mis'lclc'DEBUT SCHEDULED AT GREY STONE 
ChIl"»EN'S arts SUMMER EXPERIENCE 

"Lt'l?H'ooi'-0?^£5s'A^ERNATIve FOR CHILDREN 

CHILDREN'S BOOK .<EFk 

aOOK «EEK ENTHUSIAST 

'"""lirAof'S^l FAIRY TALES ^,^^,^^ 

:ril IfHE''t'lSHT°rErolE'c"H5UTils. COLLECTION 

'"'^^l'::io°sIvE THE CHILDREN 

^ci'iPoREN's"'If RALLY PLANNED NEXT TUESDAY 
EFFECTS OF CUTS ON CHILDREN IS TOPIC 
RALLY TO ?aCk SERVICES 
CHILDREN'S NEEDS RALLY FOCUS 
CHILDREN'S RALLY TGMORROJ 
SYMPATHIZING WITH ATLANTA 

CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF N.C. 

ENDO.'ENT AIDS ADOPTION PPGGRAM 

THEY AID WOMEN WITH UNWANTED PREGNANCIES 

PROBLEM PREGNANCIES 

CmILDwaTCh 

SEE CHILD WATCH 

Chimney rock, N.C. 

THEY'LL FENCE CHIMNEY ROCK 

Chimney SwEEpS . „ 

PSOS FORM CLEAN-UP SOUAO 

THE MORTAR MUST BE RICH 
China 

^^cracIs in iJe fabric of world communism 

ci"i's Mt?E2iAL needs steer it toward the west 
LIVE AND love in China 

'■""**CH0"lCE CUTS OF CHINESE ART 

'^"""CHINESE S°?eSt1STS work TO DEVELOP . SAFE BIRTH CONTROL PILL FOR -EN 

CHINA, CANCE 

ANCIENT DANCE 

■^"""cH^S^riATERIAL NEEDS STEER IT TOWARD THE WEST 

""''*5e!"l5?rio?01NG UP CHARLIE'S TRIP TO U,S. 
CHARLIE STILL CAN'T GET 'STATESIDE' 

CHINA, FOOD , „ , , 

SEE ALSO Chinese cooking 



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FOLKS AROUND HE«E: LIFE'S LlnE IMAT 

China, foreign relations , _ 

chinese journalist hopes to bridge countrys' gap 

China. FORFIGN traoe 

SEE CHINA, TRAOF 

CHINA, HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE „ , ,„,,,,., , ., „ 

CHINESE OELFGATION visits FORT BRAGG " ' 10/23/81 All N 

'""*'cHll!lESE*OELE&AriON VISITS FORT BRAGG " 2 10/23/81 A 11 N 

'^"""'hZZlilw BY CHINESE BASKETflALL H 2 10/07/81 CI F H71 

CHINA, TRAOE 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE , , , u •> i/iwoi . i. c 

CHINA'S MATERIAL NEEDS STEER II TOWARD THE WEST H 2 7/11/31 A 4 E 

China CITY STATION ^ , ,,,,,o, n , . ^ 

RESTAURANT AND OPTICAL STORE OPEN IN DURHAM H 2 6/21/91 D 11 N 

CHINESE COOKING 

^"oENcS PAStS; IS°THIS CHINESE COOK'S SPECIALTY S 2 5/13/81 B 1 P F Jt,6 

CHI.mOUA-PENN plantation HOUSE INEAR REIOSVILLE, N.C.I ,,,,,,oi . o o o 

POINSFTTIAS AT CHINQUA-PENN S 2 11/21/81 A 8 P P 

CHRISTMAS OECflRATIONS *< ^ 11/25/81 A f F P 

chi roprac tors 

senate approves church oay-caoe exemptions h 2 6/06/81 a 5 n 

chiropractors honor morris | | s'ifl'cs} t 2 n 

chiropractors set meeting in asheville s 2 9/17/81 a 6 n 

chlamydia 

^"Hi!AM?Ou''M0«E"-COMHo"rHAN GONORRHEA, SYPHILIS H 2 5/17/81 A 22 N 

CHLAMYDIA NOW MOST PREVALENT FORM OF VO H 2 11/02/81 A 3 N 

CHLORINE ,^1- jjiER,; EFFECT ON LIFEGUARDS H 2 9/06/Bl C 7 N 

DURHAM POOLS USED IN TESTS 5 2 9/08/81 CI N K90 

CHLOROFORM ^ , T,„o/o, r, c u 

SPILLED CHLOaOFOHM RAISES ALARM H 2 7/09/81 5 N 

POLICE HANDLE CHEMICAL SPILL f ? '■'^''^J » l| ^ .„. 

DURHAM POOLS USED IN TESTS S 2 9/09/81 CI N K90 

CHOCOLATE MILKSHAKE 
SEE ALSO Fooa 

good old-fashioned lemonade - and it's real! h 2 7/07/81 6 i p f 536 

doctors find natural chemicals may help prevent heart disease s 2 7/15/31 c 7 u 

Chore workers 

SEE CHORE (Durham county OEPT. of SOCIAL SERVICES) lACKONYMl 

Choriocarcinoma 

her prayer 'to ie really sick" not needed in medical nightmare h 2 9/27/91 3 r b30 

Chowan college ,,,.,„. 

fire damages school building h 2 7/31/81 a 3 n 

food fight results in state of emergency h 2 10/29/81 b 2 n 

food fight to bring penalties h 2 10/30/ni a 12 n 

food-fighters should work s 2 11/09/81 a <■ e 

chowan college officials angry about t-shirt s 2 11/09/81 b 6 n 

CHP ISMONS 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS ,,.,„. „ ,„„,.= . 

FINAL TOUCHES H 2 12/25/81 B 1 P P C56 

CHRIST CHAPEL WESLEYAN CHURCH , .,,„,„. „ „ . 

TINY CHURCH DREAMS BIG: MINISTER SAYS FAITH PRODUCED RESULTS H 2 5/30/81 A 9 P N 

CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH , ,,,,„. „ „ . 

MINISTER NAMED TO CHRIST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN H 2 10/17/91 A 9 P N 

CHRISTIAN ACADEMIES 

SEE COUNCIL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 
SEE PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

CHRISTIAN ACTION LEaGuF 

REPEAL OF OBSCENITY LAW SOUGHT H 2 5/03/91 A 16 N 

i,-YEAR TERMS IN LEGISLATURE ARE OPPOSED H 2 12/31/81 <i N 

CHR ISTIAN CHURCH 

APPEAL FOR UNITY: 6UTNER CHAPLAIN SPEAKS AT ASSEMBLY H 2 9/08/81 A 9 P N 

CHRISTIAN DAY CARE CENTERS 
SEE CHILD CARE CENTERS 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 

CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST WILL SPEAK TUESDAY S 2 10/17/81 A 6 P N 

CHR ISTIANITY 

SEE ALSO RELIGION 

CHURCHES COUNCIL ADOPTS STATEMENT ABOUT POLITICS H 2 5/15/81 A 7 N 

CHRISTIE'S (LONOONl 

SEE ALSO ART AUCTIONS 

APPRAISAL DAY TO BENEFIT SOCIETY H 2 7/19/81 E 14 N 

ANTIQUE APPRAISAL DAY S 2 7/20/81 B 1 N 

SOCIETY PLANS APPRAISAL CLINIC H 2 8/04/81 A 6 N 

ANTIQUES day: THREE EXPERTS ARE COMING H 2 a/2<i/81 A 6 P N 

CHRISTIE'S APPRAISERS FIND TREASURES IN CHAPEL HILL S 2 8/31/81 6 1 P N J66 

CHRISTMAS 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS PARADES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO NATIVITY SCENE 

SFE ALSO SANTA CLAUS 

SEE ALSO Share your CHRISTMAS 

it's possible to be right and be narsow-m i noeo h 2 12/01/81 a 4 e 

mfrry christmas h 2 12/18/81 a 4, l 

contrasts h 2 12/24/61 a 4 e 

real and abiding h 2 12/24/81 a 4 e 

Christmas message reverberates anew s 2 12/24/81 a 4 e 

•tis the nichi before christmas s 2 12/24/81 d 1 p f b71 

•TIS 'THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS' COLLECTION S 2 12/24/81 2 P F B7 I 



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His STAR In the cast 

merbv christmas 

-it uas horoible this year..." icartjoni 

cohhercl alisf ruins christmas 

ch»isimas, crime 

see also crimes. durham 

yule criminals work overtime 

two assault. ror customer 

aCTEENS fCOL CRINCh. blat SANTA TuICE 

FTLI-S AROUND HERE: ThE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT 

CHURCH MEMBER REPORTS NATIVITY SCENE OESTRuYED 

CHRISTMAS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO Bull Durham classic (PREP TEAM I.RESTLINGI 
SEE ALSO Christmas parades. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO Share YOUR CHRISTMAS 
Christmas IS making early appearance 

STRONG HOLIDAY SEASON SEEN 

STOCKING FUND GIVING BEGINS 

CHRISTMAS C6LE6RATI0NS ALL OVER THE STATE 

MUSEUM YULE TRAIN TRAVELS MAGIC LAND 

GETTING READY fOR CHRISTMAS 

NOTHING'S hO-hO-huM ABOUT TEEN-AGER'S JOB 

SANTA LISTENS 

A CHRISTMAS SMILE 

CLEARED FOR TAKE-OFF 

PAGEANTRY AT PARKHOOD 

WINDOW PAINT 

SPECIAL PARTY 

SINGING PRAISES 

MOTHER GOOSE AND SANTA 

CHORUS BRINGS CHEER 

'TwIXT 'FA LA LA' AND 'BAH. HUMBUG' 

DURHAM CHURCHES PLAN SERVICES TO CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS 

LIVE NATIVITY SCENE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE WEE SET 

FOOD FOB THE NEEDY 

SHE THOUGHT OF OTHERS IN 191". LETTER TO SANTA 

CFLE6RATING CHRISTMAS 

BIG BROTHER HAD MOKE ON HIS MIND THAN A CEDAR TREE 

CARAVAN 

ANGELIC WHITE LIGHTS 

PBCGRIM FOR PEDIATRICS WARD 

ARMY SPREADING HOLOIAY CHEER 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: CHRISTMAS CHEER 

BUSINESSES BcGIN CLOSING THURSDAY FOR YULE 

YULE CHEER FOR The HANDICAPPED 

ANTIQUE DELIVERY 

RED CROSS DOORS DFCORATED 

IT'S STILL NOT TOO LATE FOR A HOLIDAY CAKE 

'OLE SANNY': A FORMER CLAUS RECALLS HIS TIME ON THE HOT SEAT 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

SHOPPING Rush EASES MERCHANTS' ANXIETIES 

HOMECOMINGS CAN CAUSE STRESS AS WELL AS jOY 

HEALTH. A VACATION, NO TIES: A SURVEY OF HOLIDAY WISHES 

FESTIVITIES SRIGhTEN CHILD'S HOSPITAL STAY 

PHONE LINES WILL BE BUSY 

A HELPING HAND 

SENIOR CITIZENS TRIM THE CITY HALL TREE 

MAN OF FEW WORDS: SOMETHING TO TALK. AND SMILE. ABOUT 

HE'S GOT The spirit 

ACIEENS FOOL GRINCH. PLAY SANTA TWICE 

AN INGENIOUS TREE 

DURHAM CHfilSTMAStS WERE ROWDY IN YESTERYEARS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT 

A MEROY Christmas to all our readers from the HERALD STAFF 

SALVATION ARMY READY TO HELP THOSE IN NEED 

FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES 

IT "EALLY SNOWED FOR SOME IN N.C. 

DURHAM SHOPPERS C^auO MALLS IN POST-HOLIDAY BUYING SPREES 

CHRISTMAS morning-with a little frosting 

NATIVITY DRAMA TO GET ENCORE 

119,000 SILVERWARE STOLEN 

IGNITION. . . TAKE OFF 

SNOW SCENE 

FOLKS ABOUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

CHRISTMAS. DURHAM, DEPRESSION 

SEE ALSO Christmas, N.C, DEPRESSION 
SEE ALSO DEPRESSION lEMOTIONAL STATEI 
SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 

'TIS The season TO BE - DOWN IN THE JUMPS 

Christmas, history 

christmas oatf obscured by history. 



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Christmas, international 

■the holidays from chile to china' 
DECORATING FOR Christmas 

Christmas, n.c. 

YULE EVE 
ChrISTma 
YULE EVE 
MAKING C 
HOLIDAYS 
MOST GAS 
AN OLD S 
GOVERNOR 
ALAMANCE 
VIETNAM 
INMATFS 
OECORATI 
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EVEN IN 
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CENTRAL 
A THOUGH 
REFUGEES 
CHRISTMA 



NTS: N.C. TOWNS. COMMUNITIES PLAN MANY CELEBRATIONS 
S CELEBRATIONS ALL OVER THE STATE 
NTS SET FOR WEEKEND 
OOKIES 

BLEAK FOR UNEMPLOYED 

STATIONS TO BE CLOSED DEC. 2S 
ALEM Chr ISTmaS 

SENOS HOLIDAY MESSAGE 

COUNTY HOSPITAL DECOSATES FOR CHRISTMAS 
VETERANS Share MEMORIES OF CHRISTMAS PAST 
AID YULE PROJECTS 

NG CAPITOL GROUNDS A BIG JOB FOR CREW 
LES HELP DEPLETE N.C. CHRISTMAS TREE STOCK 
A FAMILIES PRESERVE SPECIAL TRADITIONS 
JAIL. A BRIGHT CHRISTMAS 
LS tale OF DELIGHT AND PLUNDER 
PaisON HAS SERVICE 
TFuL GIFT 

IN N.C. FIND Christmas bewildering 

S OlON'T STOP SHOPPERS 



Christmas, n.c. depression 

SEE ALSO Christmas, Durham. DEPRESSION 
SEE ALSO DEPRESSION lEMOTIONAL STATEI 
SEE ALSO "ENTAL HEALTH 

HOMECOMINGS Can CauSE STRESS AS WELL AS JOY 

Christmas, sales 

SEE ALSO Businesses. Durham 

STRONG HOLIDAY SEASON SEEN 

DURHAM MERCHANT PREDICTS HOLIDAY SALES TO BE EXCELLENT 

'TIS The season to be wary 

durham merchants record brisk sales 

shopping safety tips prevent yule sadness 



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N.C. MERCHANTS GET THE JITTERS 

HONEt «OES MOUNT AS HOLIOAtS APPROACH 

SOME nuBHAM MERCHANTS SAY CHRISTMAS SALES ARE GOOD 

•TwIXT "FA LA LA' AND 'BAH, HUMauG' 

IT'S A ROUGH TIME FOR CLERKS AS HELL AS SHOPPERS 

SHOPPING RUSH EASES MERCHANTS' ANXIETIES 

DURHAM SHOPPERS CROWD MALLS IN POST-HOLIDAY BUYING 

HE'S ALL SET 

CHRISTMAS DIDN'T STOP SHOPPERS 

POST-CHR IST»AS SALES GOOD IN DURHAM 

GRABBING BARGAINS 

POST-HOLIDAY SALES ORAU CROWDS IN N.C. 



chr istmas Cactus , , „^ 

HOLIDAY blossoms RESULT OF MONTHS OF CARE, 



patience 



CHRISTMAS CANDLELIGHT TOUR OF HISTORIC HOMES IN CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO MOUSE TOURS 

HOLIDAY HOME TOUR SCHEDULED 
RETIREMENT HAVEN ON CHAPEL HILL TOUR 
FAIRNTOSh PLANTATION NOT BUILT UNTIL 1810 

CHRISTMAS CARDS 

POSTMASTER URGES EARLY YULE MAILINGS 

N.C. POLITICIANS CUT CHRISTMAS CARD LISTS 

MISUSING YULE CARDS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL (BOOK AND PLAYI 

SPIRIT OF SHARING OPENS 'A CHRISTMAS CAROL' 

DUKE SETS 'Christmas carol' 
SPIRIT of Christmas present 
'Christmas carol' for kids is tonight 

Christmas decorations 

SEE ALSO ChR ISMONS 

see also crafts 

see also duke univ.. christmas tree 

see also holiday safety 

preparing for christmas 

n.c. towns gear uf for christmas 

preparing for christmas 

christmas tree baubles 

yule trees to be lit monday 

just around the corner 

mcaoenville to light up , ,^, 

improvements helping sale of artificial trees 

duke homestead has traditional christmas 

north carolina ornaments 

deck the halls of the governor's mansion 

angelic white lights 

decorating capitol grounds a big job for crew 

executive mansion decorated 

Christmas ornaments recall memories of foster children 

Christmas gifts 
see also toys 
•artful' ideas for gift-giving 
christmas crafts from triangle senior citizens 
...but mickey is still alive and well! 
correctional center inmates make toys for needy kids 
put on thinking cap for last-minute gifts 
racers. computer games. cubes on most-wanted lists 
a christmas list: something for everybody 

Christmas mouse (Chapel hill, n.c.i 
christmas house helps the needy 
spirit of sharing opens 'a christmas carol' 
unc team helps christmas house 
drawing a crowd 
giving toys to the needy 
spirit of christmas present 

Christmas parades. Durham 
SEE ALSO Christmas. Durham 

SEE ALSO GORMAN CHRISTMAS PARADE 
SEE ALSO PARADES 

HOLIDAY PARAGE WILL BE NOV. 22 

SIGN-UP 6FGINS FOR HOLIDAY PARADE 

DEADLINE SET FOR PARADE 

82NO AIRBORNE BAND SET FOR HOLIDAY PARADE 

. . .A LOT LIKE CHRISTMAS 

PARADE PREPARATIONS 

CHRISTMAS PARADE TO BE HELD SUNDAY 

PARADE ENTRIES LISTED 

PARADE TIME 

ANNUAL HOLIDAY PARADE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 3:00 P.M. 

DURHAM'S BICGFST PARADE SET SUNDAY 

SANTA COMES TO TOWN AS KOPS GET THEIR MAN 

A PAKADE OF SMILES TO BRIGHTEN MONDAY 

FAMILIAR MESSAGE 

CONVERTIBLE SPREADS HOLIDAY SPIRIT 

CORRECTION 

IT'S 'jORMAN PARADE TIME AGAIN! 

gorman plans 2h0 parade 
upgrade christmas parade 
merry wheels 

Christmas parades, n.c. 

see also roxjgro. n.c. christmas parade 
parades set for holidays 
mcncure needs band to march in parade 
santa delivers for moncure 

parades: henderson's rolls at 10 a.m.; graham's starts at 11 
parades: mebane's to be friday; fr ank l inion ' s friday evening 

GIdSONVlLLE PARADE IS TODAY 

auTNER Parade set Sunday 

HAW RIvER PARADE TODAY 

CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS 

FAMILIES NEED CHEER 

MOZART, 'MESSIAH' IN CHRISTMAS MUSIC PROGRAMS 

CHURCH ShInES a light ON THE NATIVITY 

christmas seal campaign 

supporting lung association 

christmas shopping 
see christmas, sales 

cmb istmas star 

see also univ. of n.c. -chapel hill mobeheao planetarium 
unc law professor challenges star show 
christmas date obscured by history, scientists say 

Christmas tree industry 



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CMalSTHlS TREE PRICES H»lf DECLINE IN N.C. 
CHRISTMtS TRE^S ARE BIG BUSINESS IN I.C. 

CMBISTMiS TREES 

see also pu«e univ., christmas hee 

see also trees 

see also umlte house christmas tree 

n.c. christmas trets hay be tj i million crop 

Christmas tree baubles 

TULE trees to be lit MONDAY 
JUST AROUND The corner 

Christmas tree prices "AY decline in n.c. 

IMPROVEMENTS helping sale OC ARTIFICIAL TREES 

Christmas trees are big BUSINESS in n.c. 

SEARCH fOR A 'PERFECT" TREE 

BRINGING Cheer 

BIG BROTHER HAD MORE ON HIS mi nD Than a CECAR TREE 

LIVE TREES UOULO PLEASE 

MONTAGUES 3ASK In BEAUTY OF TREE 

SMALL MIRACLiS 

YULE TREES SELL MELL 

A scragcly tree turns lovely 

BRISH SALES HELP DEPLETE N.C. CHRISTMAS TREE STOCK 

DECK The tree 

AN INGENIOUS TREE 

Chromium 

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CHRYSANTHEMUMS 

IN Full BLOOM 

Chuck Davis dance co. 

dancers demonstrate method 

davis dancers preserve rich cultural heritage 

•a salute to elders' performed 

children listed incorrectly in photo 

concert more ceremony than performance 

dancers ho.'.orfd elderly 

chuct davis returns 

DANCE PEftFaSMANCE 

CHURCH OF Christ, scientist 
SEE Christian science 

Church of god and true holiness 

CONYERS servitude CASE IN JURY'S HANOS 

CONYERS GETS ?0-YEA« TERM IN TRIAL fqr SLAVERY 

slavery: The CURSE ABIDES WITH US YET 

TRUE HOLINESS IS GONE BUT NOT THE SCARS 

CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY 

3 GUNMEN ROB CHURCH GROUP 
TMO ASSAULT. ROB CUSTOMER 

Thieves rob churchgoers of valuables 
robbery arrest 

Church of jesus Christ of latter day saints 
see mormons 

Church schools 

see private schools 

Church st. housing development (Chapel hill, n.c.i 
piney mt. project drams 25 speakers 

Churches. Durham 

SEE ALSO Church Of GOD AND TRUE HOLINESS 

RIDGECREST BAPTIST WILL OEOICITE NE» 3UIL0ING 

CHURCHES SCHEDULE SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS. REVIVALS 

CHRISTIAN MUSICAL DEBUT SCHEDULED AT GREY STONE 

GALLOWAY TO SPEAK AT SERVICE 

OLD CHURCH GETS NEW Chapel 

TRIANGLE CHURCHES SCHEDULE REVIVALS. CONCERTS 

MONEY RAISED TO CONTINUE MEALS ON WHEELS 

TRIANGLE CHURCHES PLAN CONCERTS, REVIVALS 

INTERIM MINISTER AT PILGRIM WILL TAKE PRESBYTERY POST 

TRIANGLE Churches HONOR GRADUATES, SENIOR CITIZENS 

services scheduled for atlanta children 
churches plan concerts 
homecoming service planned 
chupches plan special services 
TRIANGLE Churches schedule bible school 

SERVICE SUNDAY TO HONOR RETIRING PASTOR 
PASTOR IS NOMINATED FOR PILGRIM PULPIT 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES SCHEDULE SPECIAL SERVICES 
DURHAM ChURChFS celebrate NATION'S BIRTHDAY 
MINISTER JOINS Church BOARD 

LUTHERAN Church will Install new pastor Sunday 
TRIANGLE Churches schedule concerts 

DURHAM NATIVE NAMED bishop IN CENTRAL N.Y. 

TRIANGLE Churches plan special services 

YOuTh views: pro era, NO POT 

TRIANGLE ChuRCmES SCHEDULE CONCERTS, SPECIAL PROGRAMS 

BETHANY COLLECTS CLOTHING GIFTS 

CHURCH ANNOUNCES HOMECOMING PLANS 

HOLY Infant church to meet in school 

TRIANGLE Churches plan revival services, concerts 

Church picks music leader 

musical programs featured 

mormons plan to renovate Chapel hill country club 

churches plan special days 

reduction in federal money coulo hurt meals on wheels 

presbyterians plan new church 

triangle churches plan special events 

DUKE'S Chapel TO OBSERVE HIST ANNIVERSARY 
CHURCHES SET HOMECOMING 
MURDOCH CEREMONY IS TODAY 

TRIANGLE Churches schedule special Events 

MORAL MAJORITY TIE BOOSTS F A ST-GROW I NG CHURCH 

TRIANGLE CHURCHFS SCHEDULE SPECIAL EVENTS 

ROOTS, WARTS. ROSES: ST. LUKE'S CHURCH HISTORY TAKES STOCK OF ALL THREE 

Chu»Ch honors trinity park 

NEW BETHEL TO HONOR PASTOR OF 36 YEARS 

CONCERT SET IN ST. MARK'S CHURCH WEDNESDAY 

TRIANGLE Churches plan special CELEBRATIONS 

MINISTER NAMED TO CHRIST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 

TRIANGLE Churches welcome guests during HOMECOMINGS 

YATES ASSN. ANNUAL MEETING CONVENES MONDAY 

TRIANGLE ChuRChfs SCHEDULE SPECIAL EVENTS 

GOV. HUNT TO ADDRESS JOINT MEETING OF BAPTISTS 

TRIANGLE Churches slate special events 

FORMER Durham MINISTER LEADS Campaign AGAINST GAMBLING 

TRIANGLE Churches slate special events 

NEW CHURCHES: GROWTH IN BUILDING CONGREGATIONS SLOW 

SERVICE IN Ou<E CHAPEL THURSDAY MILL END FAST TO HELP HUNGRY 



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CHUOChcS Sl'N 5PECUL EVENTS „ ,,, , 

MOH TIMES DO CHANGE: CHURCHES' UNUSUAL ORIGINS 
THANKSGIVING SERVICES SET 

ToiANGLE Churches plan thanksgiving service 

ACTOR to give MARK'S GOSPEL DRAMATIZATION 

triangle churches slate holiday CONCERTS, events 

HENNONITE church PLANS TO DEDICATE AUDITORIUM 

TRIANGLE Churches will ring wi .h holiday-music voices 
Churches plan yule services , , , 

church choirs hill sing CHRISTMAS CANTATAS „.,,„ , 

DURHAM CHURCHES PLAN SERVICES TO CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES CELEBRATE HOLIDAY SEASON 

pJesiYfEftliN''cSul>CH"EioEls BEGIN TO CONSIDER REUNION PLAN 

CHURCHES, N.C. , „ 

SEE ALSO GENERAL BAPTIST CONVENTION 
STUDY CENTER ItAOER RESIGNS 

SENATE APPROVES CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT MEASURE 
CHURCH DAY-CARE BILL FACES SENATE 
CHURCH DAY CARE BILL ADVANCES 

SENATE APPROVES CHURCH OAY-CARE EXEMPTIONS 
SENATORS RUN SCARED 

HUNT ASKS SUPPORT FOR FRIENDS PROGRAM 
■SOCIAL GOSPEL" STERILE DOCTRINE 
LEGISLATORS TURNING TO DAY-CARE RULES 
N.C. HOUSE REJECTS EFFORTS TO REVIVE DAY-CARE ISSUE 

i\lr,r, ^2feh^^ils'^pSE?B^TEtrlp%«0VES CHURCH UNION PLAN 

INFLATION HITTING CHURCHES' HUMAN SERVICE PROGRAMS 

PROFESSOR SAYS PIETY IS HEALTHY 

HISTORIC CHURCH PLANS HOMECOMING 

LATE AGREEMENT SAVES CHURCH FROM FORECLOSURE 

CHURCH GROWTH LEVELING OFF IN N.C. 

WHY CHURCHES nON'T GROM 

TAXPAYERS DISGUISE TUITION COSTS 

A LINK TO THE PAST 

STRAYING TOO FAR AFIELD 

SOCIAL PROBLEMS NEED MORE CHURCH HELP 

CATHOLIC Church needs more priests ,, „, „ „^^. .,,., 

SOME CHURCHES PLAN TO HELP EASE IMPACT OF BUDGET CUTS 

UNC TO STUDY CHURCH RITUALS 

POINTERS ON ECCLESIASTICAL NEEDLEPOINT _ 

CHURCH MEMBERS ARRESTED, Charged hith trespassing 

CHURCHES SLATE GUEST SPEAKERS 
"^'' CHURCh'fIghTS CUMBERLAND DECISION TO TAX UNUSED PROPERTY 

fayetteville church appeals tax ruling 

"" appIal'for unity: butner Chaplain speaks at assembly 
churches, synagogues band together to help children 

CIBA-GEIGY CORP. 

WARNING ON FUNGICIDE USE IS ISSUED BY FIRM 

CIGARETTE INDUSTRY I SEE ALSO NAMES OF CIGARETTE MANUFACTURERS) 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO 

LEVY ON CIGARETTE MAKERS PONDERED 

TOBACCO TAX PLAN FINOS LITTLE SUPPORT IN INDUSTRY 
ROYALL SURPRISED BY HIS 'CANDIDACY' FOR GOVERNOR 
WORLD CIGARETTE OUTPUT RISING AT SLOWER RATE 

CIGARETTE LIGHTER 

LIGHTER EXPLODES, BURNS ELDERLY MAN 

LOWRY DIES FROM BURNS 

MAN, 79, BURNED BY LIGHTER DIES 

CIGARETTE LIGHTER GAVE HIM A FLICKER OF HOPE 

CIGARETTES 

SEE ALSO CAMEL CIGARETTES 

SEE ALSO CARLTON CIGARETTES 

SEE ALSO OMNI LUXURY LIGHTS 100' S 

SEE ALSO SMOKING 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, HEALTH EFFECTS 

SEE ALSO WINSTON CIGARETTES 

CIGARETTE BLAMED FOR DEATH IN FIRE 

REYNOLDS SIGNS AGREEMENT 

REYNOLDS ENTERS ARGENTINA MARKET 

QUITTING HELPS, SMOKERS TOLO 

CIGARETTE SMOKERS TO PUFF A BIT MORE 

CIGARETTES. ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO. ADVERTISING 

CHARGES BROUGHT AFTER AD SNUFFED 

HER ANTI-SMOKING SPOTS TO GET NEW LIFE 

ADS SNUFFED OUT 

REYNOLDS FILES FORMAL COMPLAINT 

CIGARETTE ADS WARNINGS WILL BE CHANGED 

LIGGETT, AMERICAN SETTLE SUITS OVEh HEALTH WARNING CHARGES 

MANY PAPERS TURN OOWN REYNOLDS AD 

CIGARETTE ADVERTISING INCREASES 

WINSTON CIGARFTTE5 TO GET NEW DESIGNS FOR PACKAGES 

CIGARETTES. HEALTH EFFECTS 

SEE TOBACCO. HEALTH EFFECTS 

CIGARETTES. LABELS 

NEW SMOKING LABELS MULLED 

CIGARETTES. PRICES 

REYNOLDS SETS HIGHER PRICES FOR CIGARETTES 

CIGARETTES, PRODUCTION 

WORLD CIGARETTE OUTPUT RISING AT SLOWER RATE 

CIGARETTES, SALES 

PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN SMOKERS DIPS TO 15-YEAR LOW 
WORLD CIGAnETTc OUTPUT RISING AT SLOWER RATE 

CIGARETTES. SMUGGLING 

SEE ALSO U.S. TREASURY DEPT., BUREAU OF ALCOHOL. TOBACCO AND FIREARMS 
CIGARETTE SMUGGLING STILL FATTENS N.C. TAX TAKE 
U.S. OFFICIALS OUIT EFFORTS TO END CIGARETTE SMUGGLING 

CUTS MAY AID Illicit cigarette trafficking 

CIGARETTES. TAR AND NICOTINE RATINGS 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO, HEALTH EFFECTS 

FTC LISTS CIGARETTE CARBON MONOXIDE 
GALLOWS HUMOR 

CIGARETTES. TASTE 



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SEE ALSO MUSICIANS 
auARTET TO PERFORM 

CIRCA ijE.ElRY STOREl 

CO»NTOdN STORE "AT GO OUT OF BUSINESS 
00»NTO«N DURHAM BUSINESS MAY CLOSE 

CIRCLE TOURS 

CIRCLE TOURS. ..ke traveled The world for you IADI 

CIRCUIT CITY SUPERSTORES 

AIL-ELECTRIC PhONE SYSTEM STARTS JUNE 27 
CIRCUIT CITY OPENS lEU STORE 
GRAND OPENING OF CIRCUIT CITY SUPERSTORE 
CIRCUIT CITY OPENS IN Durham 

CIRCUS 

SEE ALSO CARSON AND BARNES CIRCUS 

CIRCUS: '"IT OF HISTORY- ARRIVES FRIDAY 

TENT CISES AT SOUTH SQUARE FOR ONE OF LAST "BIG TOP 

BEASTS Of BURDEN 

A DURANTE A-QNG RHINOS 

RAISE HIGH THE BIG TOP 

CISPL'ITIN I DRUG I 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 

DUKE USES DRUG FOR ChEmOThERAPy RELIEF 

TME CITADEL ICHARlESTON, S.C.I 

CITADEL REJECTS S200.000 OFFER TO ALLO- fIL"lNC OF 

CITATIONS 

SEE ALSO CRIMES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO MISDEMEANORS 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 

CITATIONS ISSUED IN MISOE-EAWIRS 

POLICE CHANGE ARREST OROCEOURE 

TEEN-AGER ISSUED SHOPLIFTING CITATION 

OFFICER WRITES LARCENY CITATION 

CITIBANK 

BANK TO PROVIDE LOANS FOR N.C. 



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COLLEGE STUDENTS 



CITIES. N.C. BUDGET 

3 CITIES TO Share eouipment 

CITIES, U.S., Budget 

SEE ALSO DEFAULT 

SEE ALSO N.C. LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES 

'SELF-RELIANCE-: SOUTHERN CITIES URGED TO RELY ON LOCAL MONEY 

-ARKHAM SKEPTICAL OF OQUNTOWNS PLAN 
MARKMAM HEARS BAQ NE"S ON CITIES 

CITIES SERVICE 

JUDGMENT IS ENTERED AGAINST JAMES BROWN 
BROWN LOSES DEFAULT RULING 

CITIZEN BAND RADIOS 

SEE ALSO 6EACT CLUB OF DURHAM COUNTY (ACRONYM! 
SEE ALSO RADIO 

C.3. JAMBOREE PLANNED 

REACT OFFERS REST STOP FOR HOLIDAY TRAVELERS 

Two MEN CONVICTED OF CHARGES INVOLVING CBS 

SUSPENDED TERM GIVEN IN CB CASE 

DURHAM-5 REACT TEAM IS BEST IN N.C. 

CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSO Durham REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION 
3 BOARDS HAVE VACANCIES 
COMMITTEE NAMES 3 TO 30ARO 
COMMITTEE LEARNS IT MAY HAVE 10 VACANCIES ON BOARD TO FILL 

CITIZENS AGAINST HAZARDOUS WASTE IN Chatham 
CROUP IN Chatham TO OPPOSE LANDFILL 
NO LANDFILL APPLICATION RECEIVED 
FIRM GIVES srESE'.TaTIOn on WASTE MANAGEMENT 
WASTES MANAGEMENT COMPANY PRESENTS ITS SIDE 

CITIZENS aSSCCIaTION 

INVENTORY TAX CREDIT PROTESTED 

CITIZENS COMMISSION ON ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION 
SEE ALSO DURHAM ALTERNATIVES TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 

ALTERNATIVE PUNISHMENT BEING STUDIED By PANEL 
COSTLY SCORE-KEEPING 

PRISON A Failed solution to crime 

PRISON TERMS OFTEN DON - T HELP 

N.C. HAS HIGH BATE OF IMPRISONMENT 

PRISONS ARE CROWDED AND SHOCKINGLY EXPENSIVE 



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'^"5'Er^««e"c3S2T;'"?YT'.rE§S CONCERNED .BOUT PC, 

CITIZENS FOR POESEPVING F»RM1.»NDS 
SEE ALSO FARMLAND 

GROUP 1AY FILE SUIT ON I-'.C LINK 

CITHENS FOR RESPONSIBLE AIRPORT EXPANSION 

"!in!?N"s-'!i§"^°^?S?OLJfS:°?EA 'ES HONEY TO AIRPORT 

CITIJENS UNITED FOR FAIR ELECTRIC RATES 
SEE ALSO ELECTRICITY, RATES 

RATE INCREASE OPPONENTS "ILL "EEJ.,, 
RATES GROUP PLANS MEETING w IIH STATE 
CITIZENS DEBATE RATE INCREASE 

C I T W ENSHIP DAY 

SEE ALSO CONSTITUTION KEEK 
CITIZENSHIP DAY 

CITRUS CROPS 

SEE ALSO CROPS 
SEE ALSO ORA'iCES 

BAN »CULO AFFECT N.C. 

STATE HAY EXPAND QUARANTINE 



CITY OF MEDIC INE 

SEE DURHAM, N.C. 



MEDICAL INDUSTRY 



CITY OF POLYESTER 

SEE BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOLS 

CITY OF WOMEN (FILHI , .,^, 

FELLINI film: VISION OR CHAUVINISM? 

'^'"sFE^KrhJm, N.C. CIVIC CENTER PROPOSAL 
SEE OrjRHAM CIVIC CENTER lOLDI 

CIVIC CENTERS, N.C. ,„„ , ,, 

CIVIC CENTER - WHO'LL PAY FOR IT? 
LEE GRANTS FRANCHISE FOR CABLE TV 

'^"iEE'^ot!RHiM?Tc", CIVIC CLUBS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CIVIC CLUBSI 
C IV IL A I"* PATkOL. N.C. 

I?VrT'cON^UCU°SF.„ch in N.C. FOR LOST PLANE 

CAP SEARCHING FOR PLANE IN N.C. 

AIR PATOOL STILL SEARCHING FOR SMALL PLANE IN N.C. 

SEARCH CONTINUES FOR HISSING PLANE 

AIR SEARCH RESUMES FOR MISSING PLANE 

VANCE UNIT LOOKS FOR PLANE 

'■'"sFe''oURHAM COUNTY CIVIL PREPAREDNESS 

CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

SEE N.C. CIVIL LI'lERTIES UNION 

""sEe'aLSO^amERICAN civil LIBERTIES UNION 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SUSPECT'S RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO HUMAN RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO U.S. CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO U.S. OFFICE OF CIVIL RIi^HTS 
WILKINS STRUGGLED PROUDLY 

CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMFNT 

STATE NAACP HEAD PRAISES ROY WILKINS ,.,,„,.,,,,, 
UNC VICE PRESIDENT WARNS OF DANGER OF INFLEXIBILITY 
UNC OFFICIAL SAYS NEW CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS VINDICTIVE 

intolerance among civil rights leaders 
The trouble with orthodoxy 

civil rights violation 

chatham man sues officials 

cwp member says probe 'trojan horse" 

civil service pensions 

see also federal employees 

^^FEDERAl''p£NSION plans DON'T RIP OFF AMERICAN TAXPAYERS 
FEDERAL BENEFITS OUT OF LINE 

CIVIL S£"VICF SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMPLOYEES , „,.. 

LAWS FORCE SOME FEDERAL WORKERS TO 'DOUBLE DIP' 
FEDERAL PENSION PLANS DON'T RIP OFF AMERICAN TAXPAYERS 

CIVIL WAR HISTORY 

SEE AlSn N.C, HISTORY 

SeI ALSO UNIIED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY 

■IT'S THE LlilRARY'S BOOKS ON THE CIVIL WAR ... 
LIITER OESECRirf:. GRAVE OF GEN. LEE'S DAUGHTER 
DURING CIVIL WAR FLAGS WERE MADE OF WHAT YUU HAD 

CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS 

FOR BRANTLEY, CCC SPELLED NEW LIFE 

CIVILIAN-MILITARY CONTINGENCY HOSPITAL SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO MILITARY HOSPITALS 

HOSPITAL COMMITS BEDS TO MILITARY 

HOSPITAL OKS PACT TO TREAT WAP CASUALTIES ,,.„„ 

GROUPS QUESTION HOSPITAL'S AGREEMENT HITH MILITARY 

GROUPS PROTEST DECISION 

SENSIBLE PREPARATION 

COMPASSION Over politics 

SOMETHING ASKEW 

HOSPITAL STILL HAS ROOM FOR PEACE PROTESTERS 

CIVILITIES AND CIVIL RIGHTS ( BOOK I 
DUKE PROF WINS RFK BOOK AWARD 

CIVITAN CITIZENSHIP AWARDS 
CITIZENSHIP AWARD 
HONORS C ITIZENS 

CIVITAN CLIIB 

SEE ALSO PRIGHI LEAF CIVITAN CLUB 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill CIviTan Club 



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SFE ALSO ENO VALLEY CIVITAN CLUP 

SfE ALSO FRIENDLY CITY CIVITAN CLUB 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE LUNCHEON CIVITAN CLUcJ 

CIVITAN Of The year 

OA: DOUG PROBLEM BETTER 

civitan club. area v 
clubs recognized 

Clarendon hall ( yancfyville. n.c.i 

for sale: historic caswell house. 180 acres being offered 

clarksville summer festival 
see also festivals. n.c. 
clarksville summer festival is scheduled july 10 to 19 

claakton* n.c. 

judge orders town to restart project 

class action suits 
see also lawsuits 
u.s. court of appeals overturns ruling on trearment of handicapped 
five fort bragg civilian workers file suit against army 
apartment owners sued 

class reunions (general heading) 
see reunions (other than familyi 

classical music 
see also music 
classical bandstand: « chart for longhairs 

classified advertising 
see also advertising 

•aoult personal' ads are legal. n.c. attorney general aide says 

CLAUDIA lEGARE (OPFRAl 

MUSICAL DRAMA TO END SUMHERSTAGE SEASON 

'CLAUDIA LEGARE' - A NEW KINO OF OPERA 

opera: PRHOUCTION OF 'CLAUDIA LEGARE' MARKS START OF MUSICAL THEATER 

"CLAUDIA LEGARE- A Theater must 

■CLAUDIA LEGARE': wEAK SCRIPT. BUT SCORE, CAST COMPENSATE 

CLAY 

WEOGEWOOO USED CLAY FROM N.C. 

CLAYTON RELAYS 

NORTHERN BOYS CLAIM 3R0 STRAIGHT 

CLEAN AIR ACT 

SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTIO'I 

2 TAR HEELS ON OPPOSITE SIDES AS ENVIRONMENTAL BATTLE 8REWS 
CONGRESS SHOULD EJITENO CLEAN AIR ACT 
KEEPING AIR CLEAN IS GOOD ECONOMICS 
HELMS CALLS FOR RELAXATION OF HEALTH LAWS 

CLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C, BEAUTIFICATION PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO LITTER 

A CLEAN START 

Durham becomes member OF CLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTEM 

DURHAM JOINS CLEAN COMMUNITIES 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

GOAL IS WORTHWHILE 

CITY Cleanup to have positive tone 

CLEAN CITY CAMPAIGN BEGINS 
POSITIVE APPROACH TO LITTER 

BLACKBURN IS Chairman 

BARNES IS CHAIRMAN 

SYSTEM PLOTTING STRATEGY ON LITTER 
THIRD halF-maRATmON set FOR OUKE 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 

LUCAS IS Chairman for schools 

' ADOPT-A-BLOCK' LITTER PROGRAM PLANNEI^ 
CLEAN INTEREST 

CLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTEM OF DURHAM. INC. 
PACK CLEANS UP 

CLEAN STREAMS MONTH 

PLUNGE INTO 'CLEAN STREAMS MONTH' 

CLEAN WATER ACT 

SEE ALSO Chemical spills 

SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 

SEE ALSO N.C. CLEAN WATER BONOS ACT 

SEE ALSO WATER POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO WATER QUALITY 

SEE ALSO WATER TREATMENT PLANTS, N.C. 

LOulSBuRG AWAITS Call on bonds 

CLEAN WATER BONO ISSUE 

SFE N.C. CLEAN HATER BONOS ACT 
SEE WATER BONO ISSUE 

CLEANLINESS 

OIRTy DOCTORS 

CLEGG'S TERMITE AND PEST CONTROL. INC. 
PIGEONS NOT WANTED AT BRIChTLEAF 
DON'T KILL The PIGEONS 

CLEMSON UNIV.. STUDENTS 
STEER STUNT FOILED 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS 

RECRUIT SAYS CLEMSON OFFERED MONEY. GIFTS 
INVESTIGATORS VISIT CLEMSON 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS. BASKETBALL 

SHAFFER: 'ALWAYS WANTED TO GO TO CLEMSON' 
CLEMSON NIPS S. CAROLINA 
BILL FOSTER, I PRESUME 



CLEHSON UNIV. SPORTS. FOOTBALL 



BLEAK '80 



iON UNIV. SPORTS. FOOTBALL 
CLEMSON WORKOUTS DISAPPOINT FORD 
CLEMSON ATTACK RETURNS INTACT AFTER 
*CC FOOTBALL FINOS LIFE IN AIR GAME 
CLEMSON'S SECRET STORM 

SIX-AND-FIVE STILL SMARTS IN DEATH VALLEY 
TIGERS WIN NON-CONFERENCE GAME 
TURNOVERS HOUND 'DAWGS' IN DEFEAT 
DOOLEY SAYS TIGER DEFENSE KEY IN UPSET 
TIGERS GET BREAlHfR 
NCAA CONTINUES TO STUDY CLEMSON 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN aROUGHT 



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JCC LOOK ING UP 

JUDGE FOR CLEMSON'S DEFENSE 

FORD IIUDS DUKE DEFENSE 

NOTES 

•78 TIGERS: JCC'S BEST FOOTBALL TEAM? 

A TEST FOR THF tigers 

TABRQN TO EtERGF AS TIGER JINX? 

TIGERS MANHANDLE BLUE DEVILS. 38-10 

DUKE FALLS RACK. AGAIN 

JUST ONE DEBT LEFT FOR ANGRr TIGERS 

CLEMSHN FLATTENS DUKE 

ACC ROUNDUP 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE SPORTS SET 

UNC-CLEHSON TELECAST POSSIBLE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: BUMPER SNICKER 

TIGERS' 'TEXTBOOK' DEFENSE BRUISES WOLFPaCk. MCINTOSH 

TIGERS ROLL ON ,, _^ 

TIGERS SCORE. AND SCORE. AND SCORE. . . 

DUKE STORV OUFSTIONEO ,,„„^ 

TIGERS TUNE UP FOR ACC SHOWDOWN: CLEMSON AUESOME 

UNC-CLEHSON ON TV , ,, , 

GROH LOOKS XO FUTURE AFTER ROUT BY TIGERS 

FORO LEAVING NO HEELS UNTURNED IN PREPARATION 

LIGHTS. CAMERAS. . . HHOOPS 

TIGERS' GOOD. BAD 

TIGERS MAKE IMPRESSION ON TAR HEELS 

FORD: REVENGE NOT A MOTIVATOR 

CLEMSON HONORS FORD 

THE MATCHUPS 

SHOUOOWN DIVIDES RICHARDSON FAMILY 

TIGERS' DEFENSE STOPS TAR HEELS FOR 10-8 VICTORY 

TIGFR BY The TAIL. ALMOST 

ORANGE CRUSH DEFENSE TURNS TAR HEELS BLUE 

STANKAVAGE MIKES NO EXCUSES 

DEFENSE: UNC-CLEM50N LACK THRILLS 

TIGERS EYE ACC TITLE VS. TERPS 

VICTORY WILL PUT ACC TITLE IN TIGER PAnS 

CLEHSON'S WIN CLINCHES CROWN 

CLEMSON. INVESTIGATION REFERENCES QUESTIONED 

TIGERS PLAN VOTE ON PANTS 

FORO WARY OF SOUTH CAROLINA 

THE GAME: RIVALRY LEADS TO BIZARRE STUNTS 

CLEMSON STRANGLES S. CAROLINA 

FORD. CLEMSON BACK TO RICHES AFTER '80'5 RAGS 

TIGERS ON THE FIELD. SHENANIGANS OFF IT HIGHLIGHTED '81 

ABC'S HALFTIMF SEGMENT IRRITATES CLEMSON OFFICIALS 

ORANGE POWL. CLEMSON. ABC OFFICIALS SPAR 

CLEMSON BLASTS ABC REPORT , , ,^„^ 

NUMBER ONE FAN: FORMER CLEMSON FOOTBALL COACH. . .LEADS THE CHEERS. 

MARBLES FALL CLEMSON'S WAY 

CLEMSON: AIRING REPORT IMPLIED ALLEGATIONS TRUE 

ARCS OF JOURNALISM 

CLEMSON-UNC-CH BOWL GAMES ICARTOONI 

TIGERS. 11-0. STILL RANKED AS UNDERDOG 

NCAA WIRED ITS OBJECTION OF INTERVIEWS 

TENNESSEE PAIR REPORTEDLY FILES H2 MILLION SUIT AGAINST CLEMSON 

1981: A GOOD YEAR FOR TAR HEELS 

CLEMSON STRENGTH COACH TURNS PSYCHIC 

TIGER COACH'S PREMONITION COMES TO LIFE 

HEELS. TIGERS FACE TOUGH BOWL TESTS 

CLEMSON WIN SOLUTION TO NUMBER-l QUESTION 

LACK OF INJURIES AIDED CLEMSON IN CLIMB TO TOP 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS. SOCCER 
SEE ALSO SOCCER 

STATE. CLEMSON CLASH IN KEY SOCCER MATCH 

CLEMSON BOOTERS TEAR UP WOLFPACK 

CLEMSON TOPS STATE. 5-3 

CLEMSON TAKING CHARGE OF ACC SOCCER RACE 

TAR HEELS UPSET 3R0-RANKED TIGERS 

UNC BOOTERS SHOCK CLEMSON 

CLEMSON BEATS STATE 

OUKF. ULRICH HEAD ALL-ACC SOCCER 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS. WOMEN 

CLEMSON WOMEN END UNC ' S REIGN 

CLERKS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM 

IT'S A ROUGH TIME FOR CLERKS AS WELL AS SHOPPERS 
FIRST LADY OF MIDNIGHT MARKETING 

CLERKS. N.C. 

SEE N.C. ASSOCIATION OF CLERKS OF SUPERIOR COURT 

CLEVELAND. OHIO 

LATEST JOKE ON CLEVELAND 

CLEVELAND INDIANS 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

GALLAGHER HIREO FOR AA 

CLEVEPAC (BUSINESSI 

SUIT MAY DELAY OWASA PROJECT 

HEARINGS ARE PLANNED ON CARRBORO FACILITY 

CLIMATE 

SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CLIMATIC CENTER (ASHEVILLE. N.C.I 
SEE ALSO N.C. CLIMATE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO WEATHER. U.S. 
wEaThFR Talk 

climatic elite (aluminum siding) 

quiet hunter douglas inc. sees changes after two rough years 

clinch river breeder reactor 

breeder reactors safe. key to future 
reagan backs boondoggles 

clinton. n.c. 

10 students injured in bus accident 

clipper commentary (durham morning herald editorial series) 
clipped comments 
clipped commentary 
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CLOCKS 

FALL BACK 

CLOGCERS 

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SEE ALSO Sau»»E OlNCING 
LITL'UNS »N0 ^lO'UNS 
STOHPIN- »T IHE STATION! 



'^'■°I?r^LSn EASHias 
SEE ALSO "AJS 

SEE ALSO Shoes 
•SChOPL fashion 



JSEO TO 9E SIMPLE 



C^hT^ING oliiosEO T0:3L0C< 2|i^,E GaS 

""°"°C10UDS BILL3.IN& AT OUS« 
CLOVIS POINTS , ,, 

"l.«'P?L5"wot°rS -Ar DELAY LASOPILL 

CLU3 BLVP. SCHOOL 

r.ll'.'ldnV^.V'fh. SCHOOL BOARD 
l%lJ'lT,\'i.Ten''fl''^'^^^^ ELVO. SCHOOL 

^^'°s"Ti^^iHcy?rE*i^A«?rT53ur^^""' ''''"' 

SEE SPOKTS, COACHES 
COiCH-OOO ASSOCIATES ^^^^^ STALL C0ACH«3P0 SUIT 
TO-N -AY E«PANO PLANSEi»-S 0UT16S 



HMOOD SUIT 



"'"|.?!;!?S°S;N.^S??lD^°;Mi"sH5T IN «ENTUCKT COALMELOS 
COAL ShIP-ENT LEAVES TODAY 

B^iB^:^'"i^rv^^h OP COAL 

Leasing ^a? jfcioe ea'e of coal port 

ir.\.''orA'»'.u'i'o'ii ij^j,;- A ;h BUILT at h.c. port 

J?:Mf5iNS^J?St^V:Dic^ sH if "•=^""'' """" 

fJr- suspends coal ship"Ents 
COALITION FO" better television 

"!ABl:l'NEi^'?iH'3vEP white house COVERAGE 
A CLEANER lINEUP 

COASTAL AREA NANAGE-ENT ACT 

SEE N.C. COASTAL MANAGE-«ENT ACT 





COASTAL ZONE itANAGEHENT jCT 

SEE N.C. COASTAL "anaGc-ENI ACT 
STATE HAY SUE OVER OIL LcASE 

""lrl'Hr?ESS?I^2.rjo^^25"!3JG-.ENT. INTEREST 
'"""-flli^fc^'JolBLESTONES IN LESS Than a Day 
"''•^°ci"u'T^'-i!sSION SUSPENDS DAIRY 

jC,dge"r»nts dairy a stay on ml« coh-ission order 

COCA-COL. BOTTLING^CO.^^^^^ ,EARS. „ 

CnCi-COLi-S 3R0 auARTER EARNINGS UP 

CCC AINE 

SEE ALSO DRUGS , . , 

SEE ALSO SYNTHETIC COCAINE 

1 MORE CHARGED IN COCAINE LAS RAID 
YOUTH ROBBED AT SCHOOL 

s ARRESTED FOR DRUGS 

?.5'S0lil3 iE^^S^^E'stlS ON DRUG CHARGES 

2 HEN HELD IN DRUG '*'0„„,,. 
X"?0^fi'l^>e\r^ t8r^l?DO.DD0 IN COCAINE 

'.g'o'p3S:.S?"nF'^c2:^NE SEIZED IN N.C. 

2 ARRAIGNED ON DRUG COUNTS 

rii[in^T4rorni'^'°h'ii''h^ o«ug charges 

?iSfE'?l?"DRi2 ES^^GEf ?IlLOWING PSO CRaCkDQ-N 

BW'm\^:ii^ {sci?^?:]i.j?ift..G case 

POLICE ARREST HAN ON 3 DRUG CHARGES 

OFFICERS ARREST T<0 IN DRUG RAID 

TUO ARRfSTED AT HOTEL _ , „.,„ 

OFFICERS ARPEST T.(0 IN DRUG RAID 

HAN FACES DRUG Charges 

gShEE'?'Hi^C.iVAa"S.?i:^IoCA,NE POSSESSION 
auThCPITIES seek cocaine SOURCE 



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INDEX 



BAG OP CQC4INF FOUND IN HALIFAX 
PASSING PARA06 

COCKER SPANIELS 

SEE ALSO noes 

COCKE'S ARE THEIR CALLING 

CQDOINGTON BUILDING 

CONTRACT RUFFLES OEMOS 

COPE TALKERS 

SEE ALSO MIL ITASY CODE 
NAVAJCS GOT RAX DEAL 

roFFEE 

SEE ALSO TEA 

7 CHARGED IN 'Tfl THEFT OF COFFEE 
TEA, COFFEE TAX URGED 

COFFINS 

SEE ALSO FUNERALS 

HAN FOUND LYING IN COFFIN IS JAILED 

COGGIN PnNTIAC 

GETTING YOU THEBE SAFELY AND ECONOMICALLY IS OUP BUSINESS (ADI 

COHABITATION 

SEE UNMARRIED COUPLES 

COINS 

SEE ALSO CuRRFNrY 
SEE ALSO SILVER COINS 

SOME OF GLITTER GONE FROM GOLD, SILVER BUSINESS 
MINT COMES TO ITS SENSES 

COLD HEAThFR, U.S. 

SEE ALSO WEATHER, U.S. 

ITCHY? YOUR HOME MAY BE DESERT-DRY 

COLDS 

SEE ALSO DISEASES I SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES! 
The bug season ISN'T OVER YET 

COLE MILL ROAD 

CITY IS REQUIRING REPORT BY J60 MILLION INDUSTRY 
ELECTRICAL OUTAGE AFFECTS 50 

COLFAX FURNITURE 

BEAUTY AND LASTING DURABILITY FOR YOuR FIRST HOME... lAOl 

COLGATE-PALMOLIVE CD. 

N.C. PHILANTHROPIST'S BURIAL WEDNESDAY 

COLITIS 

SEE ALSO OISEISFS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC OISEASESI 
FOUNDATION BATTLES COLITIS 

COLLAGE 

collage exhibit set 

collagen 

duke oepmatologist uses implants to correct scars 
new treatment used to remove old scars 

collaros 

folks around here: the way things are 
Their collaros serve as edible shrubbery 
new year's feasts: good-luck foods top menus 

collecting 

serious about comics 

new value hides in old papers 

collection agencies 
see also debtors' law 
see also debts 
see also loan companies 

debt collectors like bankruptcy bill 

some 'hounding' is in order 

debt collection: pros and cons of law effective jan. 1 

collective bargaining 
see also teacher unions 
see also unions, u.s. 

educators' leader predicts more political activism 

senate approves anti-pornography proposal 

house committee guts bill on n.c. obscenity cases 

chapel hill board hopefuls debate 

bargaining to be aired 

college basketball 
see also basketpall 
see also colleges. n.c, sports 

fan violence not new 

predictions 

a quartet of favorites 

college basketball season begins in earnest 

acc teams roll to easy non-conference wins 

ODOM: small schools BETTER FOR SOME KIDS 

at random 

rutgers next test fdr top-rated unc 

college board 

see also advanced placement program 
graders hold 'convention' 
perry grades placement tests 
board plans curriculum 
They want to learn 
learning bounces back 

college board exams 

see also scholastic aptitude tests 



SEE ALSO SChoOLSv 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, 

GALLOWS HUMOR 



COMPETENCY TESTS 
ACHIEVEMENT STUDIES 



COLLEGE FOWL (NON-SPORTSI 
ON TO RECIONALS 

COLLEGE BOWLS 

SEE ALSO FIESTA BOWL 

DUKE'S SLIM BOWL HOPES DEPEND ON 7-4 MARK 

QUICK JOINS ALL STARS 

CAROLINA REPORTEDLY HAS LOCK ON GATOR BID 

aOwL RUMORS 

UNC'S SWOFFORD DECLINES COMMENT ON GATOR BOWL 



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M 2 12/24/9I A 11 
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H 2 U/22/S1 E 1 P F B30 
H 2 9/18/81 All N 

H 2 U/28/91 A <, E 



H 2 6/D<>/ni A 21 N 

H 2 6/05/81 A 8 N 



H 2 11/13/91 A 10 N 
H 2 6/28/81 G 4 P A 



H 2 7/19/81 C 1 N A54 
S 2 10/17/81 A 4 E 



S 2 12/24/81 A 6 F S09 



H 2 10/19/81 8 1 U S36 



S 2 9/02/91 C 1 N K90 
S 2 9/02/91 C 1 N 



H 2 6/28/91 G 7 P A 

H 2 7/14/91 A 1 1 

H 2 11/12/91 A 4 L 

H 2 9/17/81 A 18 N 



H 2 10/09/91 A 7 N 
S 2 10/09/81 C 7 N 



H 2 11/10/81 B I D U 

H 2 11/15/81 C 5 P F G7a 

S 2 12/30/81 B I P F J06 



S 2 a/20/ai 1 P F B71 
H 2 12/25/91 e N 



H 2 6/10/91 
S 2 10/21/91 
H 2 12/20/81 



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A 


1 


H 


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6 


H 


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7/oa/ai 


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11 


H 


2 


10/23/81 


A 


7 


s 


2 


10/28/81 


A 


6 



S 2 


10/22/8 


C 


4 


U 


F25 


S 2 


11/26/8 


B 


2 


P F 




S 2 


11/26/8 


C 


3 


P U 


R66 


S 2 


11/27/8 , 


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P N 


F25 


H 2 


12/03/81 





2 


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S 2 


2/17/8 


C 


6 


F 




S 2 


2/19/91 





1 


U 


018 


H 2 


2/19/91 


D 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/02/81 




9 


N 




S 2 


7/09/81 




5 


N 




S 2 


7/24/81 




5 


N 




H 2 


10/08/91 




4 


E 




S 2 


10/14/81 




4 


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H 2 10/11/81 4 E 

S 2 5/21/ai A 16 P P R91 





U/10/81 


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F 


S91 




11/13/81 







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U/17/81 


B 




N 


S9l 




U/17/81 


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11/18/81 







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NNUAL INOEl^ 

■i/Ol/Sl - 12/31781 






COTTON BOUL MOLniNG KEY? 
NOTES 

CLE'Sns-JNC-CM 30JL :,1"E5 ICJRTOONI 

TIGEaS, U-0, STILL RSNXEO »S UNOEaOOG 

ECU LINEMAN IN COLD OOwL ,., ^^ 

THE NCAA STOCK EXCHANGE OOENS ITS BO-L TICkES 

TAR mEELS On^H HOGS IN r.ATOR 30ML 

CAROLINA FANS TOP l')7'3 SALE OF BOWL TICHCTS 

COLLEGE ENTRANCE E»A"S 

SEE COLLEGE anAiiO EIAHS 

COLL£C|^WTfiALL^ WORTH WATCHING IN -31 
The PICiS 
ENVf^LCPE I ■'LE ASE 

VICTORY .OULO BE A BIRTHDAY PRESENT FOR REO 
NOTES 

•MATE »EEK" fOR TmE TERPS 
TECH'S LAST CHANCE PQR -IN? 

WINLESS CA«S- BEST Shot fOR WIN COHES SATURDAY 
Tin HEELS. TE'PS TANGLE FOR SHOT AT 4CC CROHN 
NOTES 
NOTES 
AT RANDOM 

"'■^^"^AfSc":!*FtAP^'§u^o"lL°¥l« FACE OF COLLEGE SPORTS 
COLLEGE FOOTBALL: IT'S UP IN THE AIR 
FOOTBALL NOTES: EAST CAROLINA 
CFA: "ETTER IIEAS 
OFaCS-GAMECOC«S: a GA-E TO waTCh 

quke wins finest competition of all 
cfa gets slice. hungry for more 

COLLEGE^FunO.^INC.^^^^ PROGRAM OOT OF FoNOS 
STUDENT AID CUTS EFFECTS UNCLEAR 

COLLEGES. N,C. 

SEE ALSO ADULT FOUCaTION 

S'E ALSO "LACK COLLEGES ,,_ 

SEE ALSO CHEATING I IN SCHOOL C COLLEGE! 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

SFE ALSO EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY CENTER 

III 11:13 "Ic'f'slS^UnSN OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES _ ^^^,^,^^ 

SEE ALSO nIcI ass-^iciation of indepenoent colleges ano universities 

SEE ALSO PRIYATE COLLEGFS 

THOUSANDS GSAOUATE FROM N.C. COLLEGES 

N.C. COLLEGE STUDENTS RECEIVE DIPLOMAS 

UNC ALUMNI OPPOSE PRIVATE COLLEGE PLAN 

STATE COLLEGE'S :uINTfT HAS GIVEN N.C. ONE GOVERNOR ALREADY 

NUCLEAR «AR PROTESTS HELD AT N.C. COLLEGES 

COLLFGES. N.C. PuOGET 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. N.C. TUITIONS 

COLLEGES ARE WARNED OF TIGHT FINANCES 

COLLEGES. N.C. CO-MENCEmENT 

EXERCISES ARE hELD FOR 5.300 GRADUATES 

COLLEGES. N.C. OES EGREG AT ION 

SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION ,c c c^oer. r > rVK, 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HiLL. DESEGREGATION 

CIVIL RIGHTS REPORT URGES FIR-ER STANCE ON COLLEuES 

BAPTIST LAYMAN WANTS BLACKS IN SCHOOL JOBS 

COLLEGES. N.C. OINING HALLS 

CAMPUS OINING GROWS POPULAR 

COLLEGES. N.C. ENROLLMENT . „ , 

ECONOMY MAY BOOST COLLEGE APPLICATIONS 

COLLEGES. N.C. FEDERAL AID 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL A ID-TO-EOUC AT ION 
SE= ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. DESEGREGATION 
AUDIT SOUGHT AT BOWMAN GRAY 

COLLFGES. N.C. FOREIGN STUDENTS 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN STUDENTS 

INFLUX OF FOREIGN STUDENTS NOT SEEN IN TRIANGLE 

COLLEGES. N.C. SPIRTS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGE BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO SPORTS [GENERAL I 

OPINIONS OF TAR hEEL EDITORS 

COLLEGES. N.C. STUDENTS 

A MESSAGE TO STUDENTS . ,,, 

UNC-G PROFESSOR SCOPES COLLEGE CAMPUS DIALECT 

CHEAP SHOT? 

GOVER'iOR OION'T MAKE 'CHEAP SHOT' REMARK „^. ,, 

SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS CUTS TO AFFECT MANY N.C. STUDENTS 

COLLEGES. N.C. Tuitions 

SEE ALSO COLlEG=S. N.C. euocET 
SEE ALSO mIGhE* EDUCATION. COSTS 
SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM 

N.C. STATE. UNC COSTS TOP AVcRAGE 

COLLEGES. U.S. 

SFE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 
SEE ALSO DIPLOMAS 
SEE ALSO PROFESSORS. U.S. 
NCCU JOINS CELEBRATION 

COLLEGES. U.S.. COSTS 

SEE HIGHER EDUCATION. COSTS 
SEE STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM 

COLLEGES' U.S.. CURRICULUM 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. CURRICULUM 
The snobbery of IGNORANCE 

COLLEGES. U.S.. GRADUATE PLACEMENT 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT. U.S. 
The snobbery OF IGNORANCE 
CANT ABOUT 'GREED' HIDES TRUE SElFIShNESS 

COLLEGES. U.S.. PROFESSORS 
SEE PROFESSORS, U.S. 

COLLEGES. U.S.. STUDENTS 
IF THE ShCE FITS... 



DATE 

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U/l'/BI 

ii/22/ei 

12/06/81 
12/10/81 
12/10/81 

12/13/ei 

12/2<>/?l 
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I T 
L Y 

PG L P BYL 

3 N 

2 U 018 
1 N 

5 T T P45 

1 N 

3 N 

2 L 

2 P N S91 
5 N SSI 



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9/02/91 


B 


1 


N F25 


s 


2 


'J/O'./SI 


D 


I 


U 018 


H 


2 


9/l'i/81 


B 


2 


U 071 


H 


2 


9/25/81 


C 


3 


N 591 


s 


2 


10/28/31 


c 


2 


U 018 


H 




10/29/ni 


D 


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U 071 


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10/29/91 


c 




u oie 


h 


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10/30/81 


c 




N S9l 


h 


2 


10/31/91 


B 




F S91 


S 


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U/11/91 







u Die 


s 


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12/15/81 


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12/19/81 


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a/12/"l 


B 


2 


N 071 


s 


2 


8/17/81 





3 


P U 018 


s 


2 


a/21/81 





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U F25 


H 


2 


9/25/91 


s 


2 


U 071 


H 


2 


9/0'./91 


c 


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U 071 


s 


2 


l2/0<./81 


A 


if 


6 


H 


2 


12/05/81 





I 


N 


s 


2 


3/13/81 


A 


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N 




2 


3/21/BI 


3 


4 


N 



H 2 5/11/81 B I 

5 2 5/11/81 C 3 

H 2 6/29/91 A 10 

H 2 3/23/91 A 6 

H 2 11/12/81 A 20 



H 2 11/07/81 A 10 N 
H 2 5/17/91 A 9 N 



H 1 5/15/91 B 1 
H 2 12/01/81 A 6 



H 2 6/10/81 A 19 
H 2 8/08/81 3 1". 



H 2 11/21/81 A 5 N 

S 2 U/02/81 C I N D08 



S 2 12/07/81 A ". 



H 2 9/03/81 A 4 E 

S 2 9/0'/Bl C SON 

H 2 U/19/31 A 4 £ 

H 2 12/02/31 A A £ 

S 2 12/30/81 C 9 N 



S 2 11/18/81 C 1 



S 2 9/17/81 A 14 N 



H 2 6/19/81 A 4 E 



H 2 6/19/ei A 4 E 
H 2 7/07/81 A 4 E 



S 2 6/15/ai A 4 E 



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COLLIEB COBS ANO ASSOCIATES 
COLLIER COBB SOLO 

COLLINS I AIKMAN 

FOUR ROxaORO PLANTS UNDER NEW DIVISION 

FIR" GETS NEW CONTROLLER 

ALAMANCE OFFICIALS PLEDGE COOPERATION 



COLOMBIA I SOUTH AMERICA! 
AFTER EIGHT YEARS IN 



CHARLOTTE FAMILY DEPORTED 



COLONIAL COUNTRY CLU9 

PROPOSED GOOSE HUNT SPARKS PROTEST 
THE SCORE: GEESE. I GOLFERS. 

COLONY HILLS (PICKETT ROAD) 
SEE ALSO CONDOMINIUMS 
SHODDY CONSTRUCTION 

COLONY PARK 

EPA APPROVES il^.J MILLION FOR SEWER PLANT 
ANNEXATION FOES SURFACE 
ANNEXATION METHOD GETS COUNCIL OK 

COLORING BOOKS 

THEIR COLORING BOOK MIRRORS IHINITY PARK 
THANKS FROM TRINITY PARK 

COLT INDUSTRIES 

SEE ALSO HANDGUNS 

GUNS ARE DUE NEXT MONTH 
PISTOLS DUE NEXT MONTH 

COLUMBIA. 5.C. 

CIVIC CENTER - WHO'LL PAY FOR IT? 

COLUMBIA BROADCASIING SYSTEM 
SEE CBS 

COLUMBUS DAY 

POST OFFICE USING HOLIDAY SCHEDULE COLUMBUS DAY 

"see also diseases 15EE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
TEEN DIES AFTER LONG COMMA 

COMAN LUMBER CO. 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

COME WITH US TO PLAYGROUP I BOOK I 

PLAYGROUP: PRESCHOOLERS LEARN IN HOME SETTING 

COMIC BOOKS 

SERIOUS ABOUT COMICS 

SUPERMAN'S STILL SUPER AFTER ALL THESE YEARS 

COMICS 

BRINGING UP SOCIETY WITH COMICS 
COMICS MISSING TODAY 

COMIN' AT YA! (FILMI 

•COMIN' AT YA! ' SOON 

COMMERCIAL FISHING INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO FISHING 

SEE ALSO OFF-SHORE FISHING RIGHTS 
SEE ALSO 5HRI-P 

FISHERMEN OPPOSE LEASING FOR SHELLFISH 

SHRIMP HARVEST LOOKS PROMISING 

THREAT SEEN TO N.C. SCALLOP INDUSTRY 

SAD SHRIMP SEASON HURTS N.C. FISHERMEN 

FISHERMEN CONSIDER RETURN TO SAIL POWER 

FISHERIES DIVISION AWAITS WORD ON CUTS 

FISHERIES VALUE INCREASES 

FALL Shrimp harvest down sot 
COMMISSION FOR presidential nomination 

SEE ALSO PRESIOFNTIAL NOMINATING SYSTEM 
DEMOCRATS SEEK TO REFORM SOME RULES 
PRICE APPOINIEO staff HEAD 

HUNT HOLDS HEARINGS ON IOWA PARTY CAUCUSES 
HUNT CAN'T BRING COMMISSION TO N.C. 
REFORMING NOMINATION SYSTEM AN URGENT TASK 
PRIMARY DEFENOEO BY NEW HAMPSHIRE 
DEMOS APPARENTLY WILL GIVE HALF OF CONVENTION SEATS TO WOMEN 

COMMISSION FOR RACIAL JUSTICE 

SEE UNITED CHURCH OF ChRISI. COMMISSION FOR RACIAL JUSTICE 

COMMISSION ON CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 

SEE ALSO Children, handicapped 

HANCOCK NAMED TO PANEL 

COMMISSION ON CORRECTIONAL PROGRAMS 
SEE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

COMMISSION ON The FUTURE OF N.C. 

GROUP TO PREPARE GOALS FOR YEAR 2000 

COMMISSION ON The future of THE SOUTH 

'SELF-RELIANCE': SOUTHERN CITIES URGED TO RELY ON LOCAL MONEY 

COMMITMENT HEARINGS 

SEE ALSO INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT 
SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS 

WOMAN REPORTS STABBING 

JUDGE ORDERS RALEIGH MAN TO DOROTHEA OIX HOSPITAL 

OFFICERS HURT DURING SCUFFLE 

OFFICERS HURT IN SCUFFLE 

COMMITTEE AGAINST THE NIXON-DUKE LIBRARY 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. LIBRARIES 
SEE ALSO PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES 

COMMITTEE FORMEO TO OPPOSE LIBRARY 

NIXON LIBRARY FOES FORM DUKE CAMPUS OPPOSITION 

COMMITTEE FOR AMERICAN PRINCIPLES 

GROUP SAYS COMPLAINT FILED AGAINST HELMS 

COMMITTEE FOR CORPORATE SUPPORT OF PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES INC. 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. U.S.. PHILANTHROPY 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., BUDGET 
SEE ALSO PRIVATE COLLEGES 

DRIVE FOR l<) SCHOOLS STEPPED UP 

COMMODITY CREDIT CORP. 



H 2 12/n/Bl D 10 N 

H 1 8/26/81 B 1 N 

H I 8/27/81 6 1 N 

H 1 12/08/81 B I N H60 

H 2 10/17/81 A 10 N 



H 1 11/14/81 B 1 
H 2 11/27/81 C 7 



H 2 (./15/81 A 5 



H 2 7/29/«l B 1 
S 2 7/28/91 B 1 

H 2 a/18/ai a i 



N W36 
N K90 
N H36 



H 2 7/l<./81 A 6 P F H45 
H 2 7/l')/91 DAL 



S 2 8/10/Bl C 1 N U57 
H 2 8/11/81 AID N 



H 2 7/26/81 A 1 N A20 

S 2 10/10/91 A 3 N 

H 2 6/30/Bl A 8 N 

H 2 11/03/81 a 1 U 

H 2 ll/OiJ/Bl A 6 P F B30 



S 2 8/20/91 D 1 P F B71 
S 2 3/20/81 2 D F 971 



H 2 7/25/81 A 4 E 
H 2 3/22/81 A 1 N 



S 2 10/15/81 2 P F A15 



H 


1 


5/26/81 


B 


1 


N 


5 


2 


6/16/81 


C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


10/03/81 


A 


3 


N 


s 


2 


10/12/81 


A 


2 


N 


S 


2 


lD/n/81 


B 


9 


N 


H 


2 


11/20/81 


a 


9 


N 


H 


2 


11/21/81 


A 


5 


N 


s 


2 


ll/2<./81 


B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


7/03/91 




4 


N 


s 


2 


8/31/91 




9 


N 


H 


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9/25/81 




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H 


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9/29/91 




13 


F 


H 


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10/07/81 




5 


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H 


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11/07/81 




5 P N 


H 


2 


11/08/91 




19 P N 



8/13/81 A 1 1 



S 2 9/09/81 C 3 N 
H 2 6/21/91 A 15 N 



S 2 5/26/91 A 9 

S 2 12/02/91 C 19 

H 2 12/20/ei C <. 

S 2 12/21/81 A 10 



H 2 10/09/81 A 7 
S 2 10/09/91 C 1 



H 2 11/03/91 A 10 



H 2 7/22/81 B I 



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12/31/ni 



SUBJECTS 



PtGE 106 
1/10/82 



1 SPEAKER 



PANEL 



RIGHTS fxTENO TO ALL „ .. . 
CONTE-PT CQNUICTION IS UPHELD 

5!?[i;;fi?^::'r?rj&E^??!^^rSS-«. acou.tteo .. oree.ssorc 



5t^hlu'x"Rlc^^S.^"o!?.ON r'l 3E MULLEO POR MONTHS 
mil TRIAL SECURITY WILL 3£ ELABORATE 




3SS .NEGLIGENCE' 



rNA;^ri"AcrsiT^?-A?'iN^UhEjrL E 
hrt5U2fEi"NiBSg^o^?HS3??NEi^^orHf°" 




KLAN RALLY SCHEDULED 

CMP UNHAPPY kITH questions „„,.. 

CWP BEHBE" SAYS PROBE ' JipJ J" "0« JE ' 
M. ". -tICHAUX TO DISCUSS CuP DEATHS 
SicHAUX TO "E ON PANEL ABOUT SHOOTINGS 
GREENSBORO PANEL REQUESTS ACTION 
r°AillRr?E?~AKi-D'ErO^?TliN^S-^N"E^EkJuARY 

--?^?'iL'srY^E''Jifrtsi^^ii;s^s?;iiL?'?SE^c"SKssSif?S!;^K^i^^c*s^PErs!LL, 

ORGANIZERS^TQ DfSCRIBE BANK PLANS _ ^ 

J is-i^P^airEL-irLLTANS^SSpf^S^ctT CHARTER JULY 2. 
THE COMMUNITY BANK OF CHAPEL HILL 

BANK HITS Charter goal 

STATE CHARTERS CHAPEL HILL BANK 
CHAPEL HILL BANK GETS NEW NAME 

COMMUNITY-BASED ALTERNATIVES TO TRA IN ING SCHOOL S 
COMMUNITY gj^^ji^ ALTERNATIVES TASK fORCE 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 

SEE ALSO TRAINING SCHOOLS 

;?^;ENf?aST^i'5A5'"8f AIDED AT DURHAM FACILITY 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO TECHNICAL INSTITUTES 
^ COMmGnITY college COSTS TO BE STUDIED 
INSTITUTES MAY EASE AGE RULES 
fLEXIBIL ITY NEEDED 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM, BUDGET 
DTI NEEDS EQUIPMENT 

^^?:;°ci'MM5'N7rY°cS"LLEiES awarded ALMOST .2 MILLION 

"'rEE'oJR2i-'ci?Y'sCHOOLS. COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM 

h °,T.i' ^§u:T'?'Ic^HSaL^ i^^SSSiN??'^ CC.TION PROGRAM 
SEE FEDERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 

"*';^rj;;.?iri.?Lr!''-i.?^?'jES?R:;Lc'gS4SsrfY'SE*;ito?JE'u FUNDS 
"-s^ri^°a^^s^RsrM^?;M2U^^TY^g?^iLS?2^"NrjR§H5:r 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 
SEE ALSO URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACTION I^JANTS 
CUT IN GRANT IS THREATENED OVER APT. PLAN 



PG L P BYL 



NE< inSACCO LOAN POLICY TAKING EFFECT 

""iSMi-JUPU^^'^rSU^^tJl'-^ogS^-hS^^^Fiu^^^tX^S FISHHOOK 

L^ ^ -AtV^^i^^^Sil.OI'^^ISurs b^rnlc^^sYN NATIONAL FUND-RAISING DRIVES 
iilrERckTE PROSECUTOR CRITICIZES HELMS, EAST 

co-mon marj"!^^^ common market 
""^ee'i^so^facial expressions 

CONFeSeNCE CQAL IS COMMUNICATION 
'»rt)lr\'tll>:!\al NiN-'tEp'sIc CLUES WITH TALK 
COMMUNICATIONS^WORKERS^OF fMERICA^^ ^^_ 

"IeJepSoNe'SSrJeRsVcOMPANY ok CONTRACT 
CUT, UNION REACH TERMS 

COMMUNISM 

SEE ALSO EUROCOMMUNISM 

f'u;SpI-I""c0MMUNIs"tI - THEY ARE A MIXED BAG 
!r? DE TRIOMPHEOE MITTERRAND ICARTOONl 
cSaC?! N the FAflSlC OF «aRLD COMMUNISM 
COMMUNIST INFLUENCE HAY INCREASE IN AFRICA 

liJ?.SiSSuR"?-'l"N0M?NJ7!QN APPROVED BY SENATE 
EolaSd EXPOSES COMMUNISM'S FAILURE 

"''"":;ic''ASfSjR' IDENTIFIES DOUBLE AGENTS 
AUTHOR NAMES TOP SPIES 

"-?^?'A^^?°SSl?5sS5Si^USTICE FUND 
JUSTICE FUND SUBMITS BRIEF 
ilCHAUX'S DECISION WITHHELD 



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9/1A/81 


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10/01/81 


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12/05/81 


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S 2 5/28/81 C 1 
S 2 9/01/81 A <. 
H 2 12/03/81 A 20 



S 2 11/30/81 C 
H 2 12/2'./81 6 



H 2 
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5/13/81 
5/l<)/Bl 
6/18/81 
6/20/81 
6/24/81 
6/2'>/31 
9/30/81 
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9/17/81 B 1 
9/17/81 A 12 



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5/06/91 
5/07/91 
5/13/81 
5/22/81 
5/29/81 
5/21/81 
5/29/81 
6/18/81 
6/23/81 
6/2',/81 
6/2'./81 
6/25/81 
6/26/81 
7/03/81 
7/04/81 
7/07/81 
7/U/81 
7/l'./8l 
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7/19/81 
7/30/81 
9/19/81 
9/13/91 
10/02/81 
10/03/81 
10/04/81 
10/06/81 
10/23/91 
10/29/81 
U/02/ei 
U/D3/81 
U/07/81 
11/07/81 
11/12/81 
11/14/81 
U/27/81 
11/27/81 
12/08/81 
12/10/81 
12/24/81 



3 

14 
12 



in p 


N 


1 P 


N 


9 


N 


1 1 


N 


15 


N 


14 


N 


1 1 


N 


3 


N 


5 


N 


1 


N 


21 


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9 


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A 


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A 


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A 


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5/10/81 
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6/21/81 
7/11/81 
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CIIV MUST OK LYNNMAVEN TQ GET 
MUD THREAT BASEO ON MOUSING '0 
STIMULUS fQS HOUSING SOUGHT 
HUO THREATENS FUND CUTOFF 
HUO SENDS DURHAH DOUBLE THREAT 
CITY SEARCHING FOR RECOURSE 
CITY COUNCIL MAY APPEAL FEOERA 
AGENCY CONTRACTS OK'O; MONITOR 
COUNCIL PLANS TO DECIDE ON L YN 
COUNCILMEN LASH HOUSING AGENCY 
PUBLIC HEARINGS PLANNED 
COMMITTEE NAMES 3 TO BOARD 
COUNCIL TO MULL REPLY TO FEDS 
PUBLIC HOUSING SITE ON AGENDA 
■MISUNOERSTANOING* CLOUDS LYNN 
MAYOR CANCELS FUNDING-CUT MEET 
COUNCIL'S MEETING OPEN, SHUT M 
CITY CLOSER TO LOSING GRANT 
HUO CONFIRMS DEAL TO RELAX GRA 

HOUSING SITE MAY Change* but d 

CITY COUNCIL CONSIDERS ANNEXAT 
HOUSING ANSWER TOMORROW 
GRANT FATE UNKNOWN 
BLOCK FUNDING POSSIBLE 
HUD ANSWER AWAITED STILL 
AGENCY EASES DEMAND ON CITY 
COUNCIL TO MEET ON GRANT C ON TR 
CITY MIGHT AUTHORIZE REVISED F 
DURHAM MAY LOSE 182'i.OOO IN FE 
LITTLE FIVE POINTS RENEWAL FUN 
LYNNHAVEN GETS EXTENSION 
DURHAM FACES TRADE-OFFS TO 5UR 
COUNCIL PONDERS BIOS ON GARAGE 
NUMBERS LOW AT PUBLIC HEARING 
COUNCIL TO CONSIDER LYNNHAVEN 
COUNCIL APPROVES LYNNHAVEN SIT 
COUNCIL APPROVES LYNNHAVEN PLA 
BLOCK GRANTS: CONSOLIDATE AND 
DURHAM HOMEOWNERS TO GET HELP 



BLOCK GRANT FUNOS 
EF ICIENCY' 



L GRANT CONDITIONS 
ING SUGGESTED 
NHAVEN JULY 30 
TAKE NO ACTION 



HAVEN 

ATTER 

NT PROVISO 

EADLINE REMAINS SAME 

ION. LYNNHAVEN 



ACT 

UNO ING PLAN 

OERAL DEVELOPMENT GRANTS 

DING NOT YET ALLOCATED 

VIVE CUTS 



PROJECT 

£ 

N 

CONQUER 

ON REPAIRS 



COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM. N.C. 
REPORT SHOWS EFFECT OF BUDGET CUTS 
SEN. ROYACL ON PANEL 

HUNT SAYS GENERAL ASSEMBLY ERODING HIS POWER 
HUNT AVOIDS CONFRONTATION ON CONTROL OF BLOCK GRANTS 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM, U.S. 
HUNT URGES FLfXIalLITY ON GRANTS 

SChwEIKFR PROMISES STATES FLEXIBILITY IN SPENDING FUNDS 
HOUSING USE FOR VACANT CITY LAND POSSIBLE 
DURHAM OFFICIALS LEARN WHILE 'HOBNOBalNG* 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 

SEE FEDERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNOS 

COMMUNITY DIRECTORY 

SEE DIRECTORY OF DURHAM COUNTY RESOURCES 

COMMUNITY OF EXCELLENCE 

SEE GOVERNOR'S COMMUNITY OF EXCELLENCE AWARDS PROGRAM 

COMMUNITY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (FEDERAL AGENCYI 
SURVIVAL Chances IMPROVING FOR BREAKTHROUGH 
AGENCIES FEEL EFFECTS OF BUDGET CUTS 

COMMUNITY STORE (SOUTH GUTHRIE ST. I 

TEEN Shot ouring robbery 

YOUTH SHOT BY OWNER OF STORE 
PUTTING CRIME ON THE RUN 

COMMUNITY WATCH PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO CRIME PREVENTION 
SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PROGRAM 
SIGN CHANGE SPARKS DISPUTE 

COMMUNITY WhOLISTIC HEALTH CENTER 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 
SEE ALSO HOLISTIC HEALTH 

'FESTIVAL FOR WELL BEING' SET 

MEALING ARTS FEST IS SCHEDULED 

WHOLISTIC THERAPY OFFERS NEW METHODS 

COMMUTER AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO AIRLINES 

SUNBIRO WILL lEGIN FLIGHTS FROM ROU TO COLUMBIA. S.C. 
12 MILLION ON WINGS 

COMPANY SHOPS MALL (BURLINGTON, N.C.I 
MALL'S ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED 

COMPETENCY TESTS 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS. COMPETENCY TESTS 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS. COMPETENCY TESTS 
SEE N.C. COMPETENCY TEST COMMISSION 
SEE SCHOOLS. N.C. COMPETENCY TESTS 

COMPLAINTS 

FASHIONABLE PUT-OOwNS: JOB, 



SCHOOL, 



WORK 



COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING OFFICE 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT. U.S. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNOS 

SEE ALSO JOB TRAINING 

GRANTS OK'O FOR YOUTH EMPLOYMENT 

PEASANTS OF FAIR CAROLINE MAY REVOLT 

JOBLESS BATE WILL RISE 

LEE RESIGNS FROM CABINET 

JOB-SEEKING TEENS ATTEND MEETING 

OUTLINES JO"! OPPORTUNITIES 

BREAKFAST TO HELP HOBBY 

U.S. JUDGE "EJECTS MOTION TO DISMISS HOBBY CHARGES 

LABOR LEADER PREDICTS VICTORY OVER CHARGES 

HOBBY'S BACKERS WARN Of ATTACK 

DEMOTED EMPLOYEF REINSTATED 

LA.YER SAYS INDICTMENT STILL VAGUE 

AMBULANCE SERVICE RESTORED 

PROGRAM Cuts COULD HURT FUTURE JOB SEEKERS 

LAWYERS FOR WILBUR HOBBY REQUEST CHANGE OF VENUE 

RFPGRT APPLAUDS CETA PROGRAM USE IN DURHAM DESPITE '<bX CUT IN FUNDING 

HARVARD STUDY BACKS DURHAM CETA POST 

h06<^Y trial move may HINUe ON SURVEY 

SUCCESS IS REWARDED 



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0lr»PI4NS 00.<»IPHY ATHLETICS 

JUDGE REJECTS "OTION TO SHIFT TBIAL JF HGBBT 

<i7 CETA jOaS ARE ELIMINATED 

CETA GRANT APPLICATION IS APPOQVEO 

G0ET2 TC GET NOD AS DEPUTY OIBECTOR 

JUDGE DELAYS HOBBY'S TRIAL UNTIL SEPT. l«t 

hOBSY CASE; 2 CHARGES DROPPED 

JOB TRAINEES FIND NDRK IN DURHAM 

Chamber see«s JOBS in private sector 

n.c. auditor's report claims job-trainimg unit overstaffed 

attorneys for hobby seek REPOR' 

lawyers for hobby seejl auditor's report 

ceta study was training* not criticism 

jury indicts former state ufficlal oh perjury charges 

durham firms unaware of federal tax break 

FERGUSON: REMAINING PROGRAMS ShGuLON'T BE CUT 

FORMER OFFICIAL PLEAuS NOT CUILTT TO PERJURY 

SOME DROPOUTS WILL 3E PAID TO GO TO SCHOOL 

Twin CITY MAY OwE i^ltQQQ 

DOLE FOR OROPOuTS MAKES LITTLF SENSE 

NO DURHAM 5Tu:)£NTS GETTING CHECK 

MONEY CAN'T BUY LEARNING 

FEDERAL TRIAL OF WILBUR HOBBY. MOR T LEVI TO BEGIN ON MONDAY 

JURY SELECTION !iEGINS FOR TRIAL OF HOBBY 

JUDGE DISMISSES I Charge AGAINST HOBBY; JURY CHOSEN 

HOBPY'S LAWYER Says STATE OK'D PLANS 

TESTIMOHY IN HOEBY TRIAL CENTERS ON COMPUTER 

WITNESSES SAY LEVI TOLD TM£M TO FALSIFY FORMS 

WITNESSES TESTIFY LEVI ACTED hOSTILF 

MEMO SAYS oRITT HELPED HOBBY HIDE »500 POLITICAL CONTRIBUTION 

STATE SAID OVERCHARGED ON CETA wORk 

PROSECUTION SAYS LEVI HAS PRIOR RECORD 

HOBBY, LEVI TRIAL IS GOING TO JURY 

DELIBERATIONS IN HOBBY TRIAL To RESUME TODAY 

";5i„:'y°I f95^'£'5 HOBBY, LEVI: 2 MEN FACE RPISON TERMS 

ATTORNEYS FOR hOoBY, LEVI PLAN APPEAL 

HOBBY, LEVI RECEIVE 13-MONTH SENTENCES 

COMPREHENSIVE EmPl-'ymENI AND TRAINING ACT, BUDGET 
9 POSITIONS MAY BE LOST 

REPORT APPLAUDS CETA PROGRAM USE IN DURHAM DESPITE i-bX CUT IN FUNDING 
PANEL ENDORSES CITY MANAGER'S CUTS IN CETA 
COMMITTEE APPROVES CUTS 
CETA DEPUTY BACKED 

CITY COUNCIL CONSIDERS ANNEXATION, LYNNHAVEN 
JOB OF CETA DEPUTY SAVED BY CITY COUNCIL 
COUNCIL OPTS TO KEEP DEPUTY DIRECTOR POSITION 
STONE DuITS JOBS OFFICE FOR UNC POST 
STONE TC LEAVE CETA jOB SAVED IN LAST WEEK'S CUTS 
CUTBACKS TO HALT 88 STATE POSITIONS 
CITY MANAGER'S ROLE MAY SURFACE AGAIN 
STRUGGLE SEEN FOR CONTROL OF COUNCIL 

BOARD OKS PARKwooo Plans 

Two AGENCIES' BUDGETS STILL 'UP IN AIR- 
RECORD CROP SEEN IN DURHAM 
AGENCIES FEEL EFFECTS OF BUDGET CUTS 

COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOY-ENT AND TRAINING ACT, EMPLOYEES 
•) POSITIONS MAY BE LOST 
NINE CETA OFFICIALS MAY LOSE JOBS 

COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT ADVISORY COUNCIL 
CITY SEEKS APPLICANTS 
Z TENANTS SEEK SEATS ON BOARD 
2 PUBLIC HOUSING TENANTS SEEK SEATS 
COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES NOMINATIONS 

CQXPUCSORY ATTENDANCE LAW 

SEE ALSO HOME INSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO TRUANCY 

DOLE FOR OROPOUTS MAKES LITTLE SENSE 
TRUANCY POLICY ILL-ACVISED 

COMPUSERVE INFORMATION SERVICE 

ATLANTA NEWSPAPERS NOW HAVE ELECTRONIC EDITIONS 

COMPUTER ART 

CREATING ART ON THE COMPUTER 

COMPUTER CHECK-OUT 

SEE UNIVERSAL PRODUCT CODE 

COMPUTER DATING 

WHAT MORE COULD HE ASK FOR? 

COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. COMPUTER KAMP 

SEE ALSO OUKE/UNC COMPUTER SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO Durham CITY SCHOOLS, COMPUTER PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO CO-MOkU ICOMPuTER Gamei 

SEE ALST KATIE ANO The COMPUTER IBOCKI 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CD-PUTERS 

ill tiVa ^E^sa-U;:'?h-3£T|S'='"" "" ^"^"EMATICS. COMPUTERS 

SFf ALSO ROBOTS 

SEE ALSO TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 

WOMAN GIVEN HER MONEY ALONG wl TH ASSAULT CmARGE 

WOMAN PULLS GUN AT BANK 

CnuNTY BOARD LOWERS PRIORITY OF COMPUTER 

OukE Plans CDmputfr camps 

gyjE^CgMPyTEfl CAMP FCR YOUNGSTERS PLANNED 

£!'■ 5115, STATE'S APPROVAL FOR N6w COMPUTER PROGRAM 

NEw EFFICIENCY Expert developed 

ATTENDING PROGRAM 

?9^y,'5""'-^ COURSE IN COMPUTER TRAINING 

STUDENTS PACKING TECHNOLOGY 

COMPUTERS COME IN. REPORTER flOwS OUT 

HOME COMPUTER SALES SURGING IN DURHAM 

MUSEUM WILL HAVE COMPUTERS TO RENT 

SLCWLY BUT SURELY, COMPUTERS 

ONE MAN'S "FAR VISION" 

THOSE COMPUTER "LUES 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

CREATING ART ON THE COMPUTER 

GERMAN CLASS AT DUKE: SPREChen SIE COMPUTER? 

J;;' V^ '-"'"■ c'"E»S 'SPACE AGE- IN «-«*YS 

GO-MO«U C-AMPS PLAY BY COMPUTER 

OukE given 'SUPER MINI-COMPUTE R' 

COMPUTERS: HANDICAPPED TAKE CONTROL 

COMPUTER C3URSE OFFERED 

PERSON SCHOOLS GIVEN OK TO PURCHASE COMPUTERS 

NCCU OFFERS COMPUTER CLASS TO TEACHERS 

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CONCERNEO CITIZE-IS "? NO TAX INCREASE, INC. 
SEE ALSO GASOLINE TAXES, N.C. 

?;^ cUe^^gSnO TAX !^.C»EASE IAD ,„,eAOING ,^^ 

;5S<GlESSlSS5rc"B'ip?NDs'i2S?^000 IN TAX CAMPAIGN 

"''«rH^A2EriirL"^.'!f.c^.p"*E'SeS.'Er«^AsrA^cSifehEs 
"^yr^SpSiS'^JiC^irus^^ir^i^^.roi^svt^s""^'' 

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rigging 



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"^"^JiNr5X5"cHSRG^i'"!?'F!^'Ml'-nH-B.D- 

t2S Sore PAVERS INDICTED in probe 

IJlEN SENTENCED IN BIO-RIGGING CASE 
'°''"iErti?I05'lN''luS°"BlS,SET MAY PREVENT MGHT OVER LOT 

EfE^i^isS?? in°''n.rr 'Aril. . . or else 

lANn PROCfEOI'lGS HAY BEGIN 

^ JS^oirNAVISS § "oJkE LAND 

^- r,cSL'°SiSB?Ss"^ff "P^CE LIGHT^AGENOA 
PANEL OKS BONDS, BIDS FOR WATER PLANT 

CONDOMINIUMS .,„^,.,, 

Ill Its? ^hIp ^hPlL, N.C, CONDOMINIUMS 

sif Jls§ cSlony hICls ipickett roadi 

111 ttl§ tr"r^?'"^ilEfr??5|SJ^E"l FORMER SELF ^ 
WAREHOUSE CONDO 

Ir*o51ct°bu5ers'-filing lawsuits ^^.„ 

?2q PHASES OF CARR60RO COMPLEX OK ■ 
rM^ES"[ga5J'ltl$t SlXf i;:"!iI2"Ef-HILL FOR .S ..LLICN 

'veHeSIblE 'apUtmENT HOUSE going CONDO 
rlTY HAS NO LAWS ON CONVERSIONS 

tlullT'nT^ ^N^rS^PEAL CONDO DECISION 

»LDER"fN APPROVE CONOO BUILDING, BUT RESIDENTS WILL MOVE 

Sl^;S':^^d'S^0^5!r'^°nO?Ic%'o'f CON bM°NIyM CONVERSION 

J .s^i-^!Lt°'^cs;:i^r|TC^Dr D I JuS'tbrER^sfois 
^:n^i:i?«?sSisivS!:srJL^S-yT4?^^H 

""' ?ih^%ILE?-TO UPDATE SOME PLANTS 

f.Sc'c'GETS ""SkfloN^oS'lRT auILDING 



CONFEDERATF FLAG 

CONFEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT ORDERS OF KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE KU KLUX KL*N 

""IJ^Aflo'^rf^FLAM SCHEMES 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 

CON ARTIST LEAVES DEBT. 

CONFIDENTIALITY 
SEE PRIVACY 

CONFLICT OF INTERESTS 
SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 



CARRIED THE STARS AND BARS 



HEARTBREAK 



U/lO/Rl 
12/W/81 



I T 

L Y 

PG L P BYL 

1 P N F30 

5 N 008 



H 2 <)/2''/''l « 

H 2 10/01/81 A 

H 2 10/31/81 B 

S 2 lO/31/fll A 

H 2 U/Ol/81 A 



I N 
4 T T 
I N 


S51 
R56 
S5l 


3 N 
I D N 


SSI 



5/20/Pl 
6/27/81 
i/Oi/ni 
i/C/Sl 



2 5/05/81 C 6 N E',6 



H 2 8/16/81 A 2? 

H 2 3/27/"l A 6 

H 2 9/05/fll A 10 

H 1 10/27/81 e 1 



S 2 11/18/81 A 1 N 
H 2 11/10/81 A 1 N 
H 2 12/02/81 A 15 N 



2 T/OO/Sl A 

2 9/13/91 A 

2 13/17/81 B 

2 11/09/81 C 

2 U/19/81 A 

2 12/01/91 A 

2 12/01/91 a 

2 12/03/91 C 

2 12/15/91 B 



I 


N 


351 


1 


N 


K90 


^ 


L 




5 


N 




1 


N 


F30 


1 


N 


P30 


1 


N 


BSl 



H 2 


5/19/81 A 6 P 


F 830 


H 2 


5/19/81 A (, P 


F 330 


H 2 


5/28/81 A 1 


N M09 


H 2 


5/29/81 B 1 


N 


S 2 


5/29/el A 12 


N 


S 2 


6/29/81 A 9 


N 

N H68 


H 2 


7/29/81 C 2 


S 2 


7/29/81 A 17 


N 


H 2 


8/D3/B1 A 4 


E 


H 2 


a/O'./Bl A 13 


N 


H ? 


8/09/81 A 1 


N F78 


S 2 


a/08/81 A 3 


N 


H i 


a/16/Bl ID 


N 


H 2 


8/29/31 A 3 


N H68 


S 2 


9/01/81 A 11 


N 


s : 


9/02/91 A 4 


N F79 


M 


9/09/81 B 1 


S 2 


9/09/81 C 


N S33 
N G53 
N S83 


H 2 


9/10/81 6 


s ; 


9/ 0/81 C 1 




9/ 1/81 A I, 


N M09 


H ! 


9/ '■/Bl B 1 


S 2 


9/ <./91 A 4 


E 


H 2 


9/ 5/81 B 1 


N 


S 2 


9/18/Bl A 13 


N 


H 2 


9/23/81 B 1 


N M23 


S 2 


9/23/81 A <. 


P J 


S 2 


10/02/81 C 


N K90 


S 2 


10/07/81 C 1 


N 


H 2 


10/13/81 A 12 


N 


S 1 


10/13/31 e I 


N 


H 2 


lO/l^/Sl e 3 


N 


S 2 


10/21/81 A 1 


P G X 16 


S 2 


10/22/81 A 


G S83 

P N F7a 

G S83 


H 2 


10/23/Pl A 


S 2 


10/23/81 A 


S 1 


0/23/81 C 1 


S SB 3 


S 2 


0/2',/9l A 1 


S 2 


10/26/91 A I 


N S83 


S 2 


0/26/81 A 4 


L 


H 2 


11/01/81 11 


N 


S 2 


12/11/91 A 1 


N 503 


H 2 


5/06/81 A 7 


N 


H 2 


6/15/81 A 14 


N 


H 2 


10/27/81 A 10 


P N 


H 2 


12/07/81 A 9 


N 


S 2 


12/09/81 C 13 


N 


H 2 


11/22/81 3 


V S36 


H 2 


12/06/81 D 3 


V S36 


S 2 


11/25/81 C 8 


F J50 



2 11/08/81 A 21 P N 



NONTHLr/ 



INDEX 



PAvi.vG cc'ie fOB LI. GOV. 'hvesTiGireo 

>60i00a BEPiRIEl l.i»NEO IT GS"'uP 

NPHIN»TICN 3m»S CLil" OF COSfLICT 

GSIFfIN alAflS OF 'OLITICkING 

ABCNE5 M[TMOai«s "04RO aPOLlCiTUN 

ARCHER p<IThC^4i«$ APPLICiTtON FJR aOARD 

PLEDGER. IRIFFIN ARGuE INCIOEST 

ATTOR-.Eir SEES NO CONFLICT 

S3UAB3LING IS NO ANS.ER 

NCSU INVESTIGATING SALE OF FRuIT TO OFFICIAL'S WIFE 

STATE CmanGES PRCDuCc SALES POLICY 

OFFICIALS <ILL NOT PROSECUTE BAILIFF 

ACaCE"IC council nixes library 35-3". 

ShEPPARB kITrtORRAuS FRC RACE 

A FLI-SY INSINUATION 

FARTbING as<S AG'S OPINION 

tmcrntqn seeks Ruling on candidate, conflict 
farthing withdraws from mayor's race 
farthing 3uits •4ay0ral race 
farthing wit-iora.s from race 
accusations "flcf over coastal act 
HOyall na-eo to panel 

CO- coegations in action 

SEE DURHAM CONGREGATIONS IN ACTION 
SEE MEALS ON WHEELS 

CONGRESSIONAL eLAC» CAIILUS 

SEE ALSn NATIONAL 3LAC< independent POLITICAL PARTY 
SEE ALSO N.C. 3LAC«. OEMOCPAIIC LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

SEE ALSO 'ECONO CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT SLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 
ENDORSEMENTS IF JUSTICE FUND CITED 

CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGNS 

SEE ALSO FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 
SEE ALSO SENATORIAL CAMPAIGNS 

SEE ALSO U.S. CONGRESS 

GOP DRIVE AIMED AT 6 N.C. DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSMEN 
GOP AIMS AT hEFnER, 8Th DISTRICT 

TE« Tfi Run for seat 

SPORTSMEN ROAST 'aIhlETE WHO NEVER WAS' 
CANDIDATE FDR CONGRESS RAPS STATE GOP Chairman 
PREYER WON'T SEEK OFFICE IN • ' 2 

PREYER Rules "ut re-election =iid 

•12 FIELD NARROWING DOWN TO FIVE CANDIDATES 

mIChauX says HE'S NOT MILLIONAIRE 

DEMOCRAT Raps conservative TACTICS 

STATE OFFIc:sL TO SEEK OFFICE. NEWSPAPER SAYS 

FILING PEOiro IS RESCmEOULEO 

POLL rYES SUPPORT IN RACE FOR <.Th SEAT 

GOV. HUNT PLANS TO Campaign FOR CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 

SEE NATIONAL CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 
SEE N.C. CONGRESSIONAL CLU8 

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 

SEE ALSO EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO N.C. LEGISLATORS. U.S. CONGRESS 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEwecY, REAPPORTIONMENT 

SEE ALSO SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT SLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

SEE ALSO SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT IN. C.I 

ONE PROPOSAL PUTS Durham in 2N0 DISTRICT 

KEN SPAULDING CN NEW PANEL 

3 OF 4 PLANS PUT Durham In JNO DISTRICT 

poll: orange VOTERS SUPPORT JOINING Durham in n£» DISTRICT 

PANEL SCHEDULES VOTE ON REDI STR IC TI NG PLANS 

N.C. REOISTRICTInG: COUNTY LINE CROSSING CONSIDERED 

ON SENATE REDISTRICTING: HEARING ORAwS ONLY I SPEAKER 

HEOI STR ICTING: UNWANTED DURHAM COUNTY FOCAL POINT IN ASSEMBLY 

REDISTRICTING VOTE might 3E TAKEN TOMORROW 

aOYALL : OO^'T PUT DURHAM IN 2N J 

CONGRESSIONAL REDISTRICTING {CARTOONI 

TWO STILL OPPOSE WA«E-D'JRHAM DISTRICT 

SENATE PANEL APPROVES GUN CONTROL MEASURE 

REDISTRICTING COMMITTEE DIVIDES OVER FOUR PLANS 

DISTRICTING SHOWDOWN DELAYED 

REDISTRICTING PANEL MEETING SET FOR MONDAY 

SENATE BLURS PANEL'S VISION OF Durham in 2 

SESSION'S KEY ISSUES DIVIDING DELEGATION 

SENATE DELAYS VOTE ON CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 

ROYALL. SPAULDING AT ODDS AGAIN 

COMPROMISE PLAN P'JTS DURHAM IN 4TM DISTRICT 

CONGRESSMAN OPP'^SES plan For a Th DISTRICT 

REDISTRICTING: LtCISLATOBS READY TO SETTLE ISSUE 

•. REDISTRICTING PLANS SCRAPPED 

REDISTRICTING MAPS CROSS COUNTY LINES 

BISECTING COUNTIES IDEA Ok'O 

LATEST DISTRICT PLAN DIVIDES ? COUNTIES 

REDISTRICTING PROPOSAL SPLITS DURHAM 

REDISTRICTING PLAN WCULO SPLIT DURHAM 

PANEL BOOSTS ROYALL'S PLAN 

DON'T DIVIDE DURHAM 

•SPLITTING' DURHAM REJECTED 

ALAMANCE. CHATHAM DISTRICT ShIFTS URGED 

N.C. HOUSE. SENATE DISTRICTS APPROVED 

NE.EST plan: orange, wake. DlOham in tlH 

HEALTH MQfdTORING PLAN MAY BE DEaO 

The MAP SCRAP 

REDISTRICTING PLAN WINS SENATE OK 

TRIANGLE DISTRICT REJECTED 

HOUSE COMMITTEE SLATES ANOTHER REDISTRICTING VOTE 

KAPLAN Plan may get HOUSE COMMITTEE REVIEW 

nuSKINS OVERSEES REDISTRICTING COMMITTEE WITH AN IRON hanO 

PROPOSAL -OULO MOVE DURHAM TO 2ND DISTRICT 

2ND DISTRICT Oo'HAM PLAN OK • D 

DURHAM COULD DOMINATE DISTRICT 

4TM DISTRICT STAYS HOME FOR DURHAM 

2N0 DISTRICT China ShOP ICARIOONI 

SfnaTOR trying to change HOUSE REDISTRICTING "LAN 

DURHAM DELEGATION BACKS TRIANGLE DISTRICT 

EVICTION FROM 2ND DISTRICT CHINA ShQ? (CARTOONI 

aSOISTRICTING PLANS ARE OK ' D 

PANEL GETS REDISTRICTING 'LANS 

N.C. SENATE REJECTS REDISTRICTING PLAN 

ASSEMBLY DELAYS ACTION ON REDISTRICTING 

CONFEREES mcIGh COUNIY-SPL I TTI NG PROPOSAL 

REDISTRICTING STILL UP IN AIR 

DURHAM LANDS In RI DISTRICT 

siaTus could p£ worse 

the glorious fourth (oistricti icartdoni 

The DISTRICT DILEMMA ICARTODNI 

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS AND SHARED INTERESTS. . . 

REDISTRICTING PLEASES STATE GOP 



C T 


S 






I T 


PACE IIJ 
1/10/82 


N E 








L Y 




P 


DATE 




PG 


L P 


irL 


H 2 


6/oi/ai 




1 


N 




H 2 


6/03/91 




9 


N 




H 2 


7/10/BI 






N 


W36 


S 2 


7/1D/81 




i 


N 


K9D 


H 2 


7/16/81 




1 


N 


W36 


S 2 


7/16/91 




t 


N 




H 2 


7/17/81 




1 


N 


.36 


S 2 


7/17/91 




1 


N 


K90 


S 2 


7/20/81 




4 


E 




H 2 


7/29/31 




11 


N 




H 2 


7/29/91 




12 


N 




S 2 


9/20/81 




7 


N 




H 2 


■J/C/Sl 




1 


P N 


G53 


M 2 


9/09/B1 




1 


N 




H 2 


9/10/91 




A 


E 




H 2 


<)/lD/91 




3 


N 




S 2 


9/10/81 




1 


N 


K90 


S 2 


9/21/91 




1 


N 


XD4 


H 2 


9/22/81 




I 


N 


S51 


S I 


9/22/81 




1 


N 




H 2 


10/38/81 




I 


P N 




H 2 


11/11/81 




1 


N 


G53 



H 2 7/19/91 A 



9/DI/91 

3/16/91 

9/10/81 

9/11/91 

9/22/91 

9/29/31 

9/30/61 

10/2'5/31 

10/29/91 

10/30/91 

11/10/91 

11/11/91 

12/10/91 

12/28/91 



14 N 

17 P N 

1 P N 

1 P N MIP 
14 N 

2 N 
13 N 

2 P F G53 
1 N 
I 1 N 



5/D6/flI C 
5/14/81 B 
5/19/81 3 
5/19/91 B 
5/20/31 C 
5/22/81 A 
5/22/ei A 
5/25/81 A 
5/25/81 C 
5/26/81 3 
5/27/ai A 
5/27/91 A 
5/27/81 C 
5/28/81 A 
5/2P/81 A 
5/29/ei C 
»/0;/91 A 
6/03/91 B 
6/D4/91 B 
6/05/91 A 
6/D5/91 e 
6/06/81 3 
6/09/31 e 
6/10/81 3 
6/ID/91 A 
6/11/91 B 

6/12/81 a 

6/16/91 B 
6/16/91 C 
6/IT/81 C 
6/17/91 A 
6/19/31 3 
6/19/91 B 
6/19/81 C 
6/19/91 3 
6/21/ei A 
6/22/Sl A 
6/23/91 3 
6/24/ai 3 
6/26/31 A 
6/27/31 A 
6/29/81 C 
6/3D/91 A 
7/01/fll A 
7/Ol/Bl A 
7/02/31 A 
7/02/91 A 
7/D2/81 
7/02/91 C 
7/03/81 A 
7/03/81 A 
7/03/81 C 
7/03/91 C 
7/04/ai A 
7/07/81 B 
7/08/81 A 
7/09/81 A 
7/lO/Rl A 
7/11/81 A 
7/12/91 
7/13/91 A 
7/13/91 C 



'53 
E46 
G53 



N G53 
N <90 
N G53 
T R56 
N G53 
N 

N K90 
N G53 
N 

N G53 
N G53 
N G53 
N G53 
N 

N HeO 
N 053 
N G53 
N K90 
N G53 
N G53 
N G53 
N 

N G5 3 
c 

N G53 



N G53 
U G53 



G53 
C53 



G53 
K90 
G53 
R54 

K90 
R56 



1 1 




N 




10 

1 1 




N 
N 
N 








N 


S5I 






F 






T 


I 


R5H 




T 


T 


04 5 



H N T H L y / A ^)„y,5^'• . 



INDEX 
U/31/81 



J E C T S 



JAG6 111 
1/11/82 



MicH»u« IS PLEASED ay new <.th district 

REPUBLICANS SAP REDISTRICTENG 

RFDISTRICTING NOT CONTESTED ^.^^ 

ALAiANCE GOP PLANS SEDISTRICTING CHALLENGE 
REJECT DISTRICTS, ALLREO URGES U.S. 
5S|fIcr"D?J^^TSl;;r°iSJ?f^;Ns"N!c. REOISTRICTING ?tANS 

I ! ?tic?fsii^jfi&5'::^L[^ssL^D';j'^!?.?i L"rsi^:°Libnf^oRs sAy 

REOISTRICTING RESPONSE OELAy SOUGHT 

REAPPORTIONING PLANS CLOUOEO 

Si^ilStS'ii?SN^Rl'oS'?Ss?R?'f;''i"y: eL ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT 3RD SESSION 

STaTE~SEEKS speedup OF REVIEW 

i:tL'LE2"J»23K?S SSc5'A^T!5n?"^"REDISTRICT,NG FROM LEGISLATORS 

^;^h^?v?fp:G?n?::°L^stiL!fSir5i^'is? i^ii.'i^i^\^°i. sou 

GOP LEADERS DEBATE REOISTRICTING 

REOISTRICTING HEARING TODAy , , ,. j„,,c 

SOC OLOGISTS: PLAN COULD DSy*l;^F^^ WF ?y '" "^"^ 
NEW DISTRICTS FOS DUKHA". ORANGE LKELy 
DURHAM -Ay KEEP SINGLE HOUSE DISTRICT 

SlgH"!rTiNG ;LiNs"2I2°LEGISLATIVE CRITICISM 

nIS re" STRICT iNGPLXN?S;i0 9ETTER-BUT NOT PERFECT 

N.C. REOISTRICTING PLAN IS I«PRav|0, LAHYER SAyS 

?ii^ifvS5N?;?ssrE'^sif?5s\^*gE'L^;y'?ES!?{i[c"}5jr^uiT 

f^gRL^SISJrSis^Jp'il 'orc'n'ii^drf'ol 5i§rS?«Yc°?.NG plans .N court 

iS!it:ig2i-B:^2'^o^"iJi^^Ui^f^^",^„ 

CLOSED REOISTRICTING "6" I NC S CB 1 T C I Z ED 
|?^^^T?"SSc^f^F^l^aN^i^^0S^T°}^^g^5{l?^.E?riSA,TS ADVICE 

i,V°dl\ll'iVo'i'i irc^'^sfN^rE-MEMBER DISTRICTS 
SENAIf ENDS SEARCH FOR GREATER BALANCE 
HOUSE RFDISTRICTING PASSES „,,,„,.,, 

N.C. LAWMAKERS RESHAPE HOUSE DISTRICTS 
COURT WOULDN'T GIVE S PL I T-O I ST R I C T AOV I CE 

^^trT??u"isi^ivir^siiN"SESfSi^'sH^AirSirTS'?2rs 

J3?IrE"ESIi^Els'SETiEDISTRICT.NG SESSION 

GOP PLANS SUIT CHALLENGING REMAP OF STATE HOUSE AREAS 

SENATE HAS REOISTRICTING PLAN »EAOY 

^PAlll nING BACKED ON DISTRICTING CRITICISM 

ItItE REPUBUcSSs TO SUE OVER WOISTRICTING PLANS 

REPUBLICANS MOUNT EFFORT TO BLOCK RFDISTRICTING PLANS 

N.C. GOP LEADERS SEEK ADVICE ON SUIT 

S:aCK GRoSp files SUIT OVER «f?lSTRICTIN& PLAN 

GOP MAY FILE ITS SUIT ON REOISTRICTING TOOAY 

^SS>BA'jK^^i%57r^S^e^^?f?'^"!"JS?STRICTING 

^?^lRirgE^?^lElii??EjrE5'o3'S?^!?TR.CTING AMENDMENT 

?T'AfE°^?irs"Li'Tjifu5bE2"DE!'2B^h^'S^OISTR.CT.NG APPEAL 

DURHAM LEGISLATORS E»PECT ANOTHER SESSION 

HUNT UNDECIDED ABOUT APPEAL ,.,,,„. c 

N.C. CONGRESSIONAL PLAN MAY BE N TROUBLE 

NE»T REOISTRICTING PLAN MAY SPLIT COUNTIES 

REOISTRICTING PLANS REJECTED 

2o5ERSS?'N'i?''Tli?SG%^??T?^fl^SJ'.C.REDISTRICnNr PROBLEMS 

5grS?S?Nn'RrsPs^EF^^S?tA{?Nf J^C^Sg't^^R^I?' J ' 

MICHAUA FACES TWO-HEADEO DURHAM COUNTY BULL ICARTOONl 
REAPPORTIONMENT SUIT MOVED TO WAKE COUNTY ,„ ..„ 

jCOGE MOVES REOISTRICTING SUIT FROM IREDELL TO WAKE COUNTY 
N.C. SEEKS TO MOVE REOISTRICTING SUIT 
CHAMBER UNIT BACKS TRIANGLE DISTRICT 
PANEL ASKS LEGISLATURE REMAP MEET IN EARLY "62 
LATE JANUARY SESSION SEEN 

CONNELLY JEWELERS „ , „, „ ,,,.,ccc 

DOWNTOWN STORE MAY GO OUT OF BUSINESS 
DOWNTOWN DURHAM BUSINESS MAY CLOSE 

CONOVER. N.C. ,„, 

FUMES AFFECT EIGHT WORKERS 

CONSCIENCE FUND 

SEE CRIMINAL RESTITUTION 

CONSERVATION 

SEE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 
SEE WILDLIFE CONSERVATION 

CONSERVATION COUNCIL OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO WILDLIFE CONSERVATION 
N.C. NEEDS WASTE eiLL 

CONSERVATIONISTS TO FIGHT DRILLING OFF OUTER BANKS 

GROUP WANTS DRILLING RIGHTS SALE BLOCKED 

STATE MAY SUE OVER OIL LEASE 

CONSERVATIONIST WARNS AGAINST BURIAL OF WASTE 

OFFSHORE DRILLING COULD BEGIN THIS FALL 

CONSERVATIVES 

SEE ALSO FUNDAMENTALISTS 

111 ALSO NATIONAL CONSERVATIVE POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO N.C. CONGRESSIONAL CLUB ,_ _, „_ ^„ 

CONGRESSIONAL CONSERVATIVES CHALLENGE FEDERAL COURT POWER 
DISTRUST OF BIG GOVERNMENT LEO U.S. TO CONSERVATISM 
PHILIP AGEE BECOMES SECOND-CLASS CITIZEN 
CONSERVATIVES ON RONALD REAGAN ICARTOONl 
NEAL BLASTS -BRItlERY, THREAT- 
CONSERVATIVES SHOULD AVOID 'MaRAL* QUAGMIRE 
BOOKS OF CONSCIENCE ICARTOONl 
•NEW RIGHT- DESERVES SEN. GOLDwATER'S ATTACK 

BENNETT MAY FACE PARTISAN FIGHT FOR HUMANITIES POST 

CDNSQLIOATEO FREIGHTWAYS .,., , 

FIRMS OPEN TO SELL MAKEUP, MOVE FREIGHT 

C QN S P 1 4 A C T 

JURY SELECTED TO TRY 4 NAZIS ON CONSPIRACY CHARGES 

NAZI TRIAL TESTIMONY BEGINS 

AGENT SAYS NAZI DESCRIBED BOMB PLANS 

PROSECUTION RESTS IN NAZIS- TRIAL 



DATE 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P PYL 



7/17/91 e 

7/22/81 B 

7/25/81 C 

T/Z'/Sl C 

a/15/81 B 

9/2'./ai C 

9/10/81 A 

9/17/Bl A 

9/18/81 A 

9/26/81 A 

10/09/81 A 

10/10/81 e 

10/11/81 C 

10/1<./81 C 

ia/i<./9i c 

. 10/15/81 A 
2 10/15/91 A 
2 10/16/81 A 
2 10/18/81 A 
2 10/19/81 C 
2 10/20/81 C 
2 10/20/81 A 
2 10/21/81 B 
2 10/22/91 A 
2 10/22/81 A 
10/22/91 A 
10/23/91 A 
10/23/91 C 
10/24/81 A 
10/2<./81 A 
10/25/81 
10/27/81 6 
10/29/81 C 
10/29/81 A 
10/29/81 A 
10/29/81 A 
10/30/81 A 
10/30/81 A 
10/30/91 C 
10/30/91 A 
10/31/81 A 
10/31/31 A 
U/01/9I A 
11/02/81 C 
11/03/81 A 
U/03/81 A 
ll/0'./9l C 
11/05/81 A 
11/09/91 C 
U/12/81 B 
11/16/91 A 
11/16/81 C 
ll/n/91 A 
11/17/81 B 
U/25/81 A 
11/25/81 A 
U/26/ai 8 
11/29/81 A 
12/01/81 A 
12/02/81 A 
12/03/81 A 
12/03/81 C 
12/0<./81 A 
12/05/81 A 
12/07/91 A 
12/08/81 A 
12/09/81 A 
12/09/81 A 
12/10/81 A 
12/11/81 A 
12/11/81 A 
12/12/81 A 
12/12/91 A 
12/16/81 A 
12/17/81 A 
U/Z^/Bl A 
12/31/61 B 



1 
2 1 
3 
8 
2 
1 
1 
i» 
1 
1 
9 
3 
15 

7 
10 
1 
8 
1 
1 



I 

1 I 
I 

7 
1 1 

17 
1 
1 
7 

e 

3 
10 

8 
1 
5 
10 
1 
1 
1 
1 
9 
1 
5 
I 
1 
1 
1 
1 

15 
15 

7 

1 

1 

1 



N G53 
N G53 
T R56 



sa3 

G53 



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7/06/81 
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7/25/91 
8/17/81 
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9/19/81 
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1/10/82 



3UDGET STILL M 



OfFENSe RESTS It N»;IS" Tl UL 

0ELI8£R»TlaNS TO RESu-E TOD»T IN "lAZIS' TRIiL 

fS",?'^fei^T,^'ii"li'.T:^""•'"°'"^ cdsspirSct c»s£ 

The CnNSPIRATDftS 

NAZIS FILE OEFENSE HOTIQNS 

fOR"ER PINK OFFICIAL INOICTEO 

JUDGE OENIES lill TRUl "OWE, POSTPONEMENT 

^^?ENSiN?s:;rAgENn^.^i3':J?' '' ""' '°""" ■■' "•5- '""^^ 

llJrct.SJ^o''?"!!? 5UILTT; 3 GET PRISON SENTENCES 
SERGEANT PLcAflS GU LTr TO EiPLGSIVES CnARGE 
TM6EE CMARSEO IN CAR 3URMNG '""^'"^ -."AKOt 

CaSSTITuTION »EE< 

SEE ALSO C ITIZENSMIP OAr 
SEE ALSO U.S. CONSTITUTION 

CONSTITUTION OBSERVANCE PLANNED 

CITUENSnlP OAT 

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

Sfc ALSO EuILDINC CONSTRUCTION 

see alsn building contractors 
see also housing industry 
see also nellc l. teer co. 
see also »0«en in constrtction 
Building incentive plan ouestiqneo 

CONSTRUCTION In N.C. "akES BIG GAINS IN JULY 
BUILDING ACTIVITY SHOWS ORDP ''"'- 

NATIONAL MOUSING SLUHP HITS N.C. BUILDERS HARD 

CONSTRUCTION .ORK IN PROGRESS 

BILL'S REACM EXCEEDED GRASP 
"^"5^„'S'*""*'E'-'' APPROVES Tai Cut MEASURE 
6-YEaH TERMS PROPOSAL ADVANCES 

?iVt,'"i;'-,t'""' CONSTRUCTION Charges 

^SS;Sf^l!G5rs"s°^!JL'"'Aj^fARs'3E::S^*"°"^ •"'''' °'^^°^"- 

SENATOR TRYING TO CHANGE HOUSE REDISTRICTING PLAN 

CONSUHER COEPir 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER DEBT 

.^STL^i^ft o?''SI'5 SAY LOGOS SHOULD BE BANNED 
LOANS meaSjRc delayed again 

'^.ir-^'t}^^^ '*'.■'■'- "'ISING SOME LOAN INTEREST RATES 
MASTcS BILL A-ENOMENT IS REJECTED 

flff; fNyr^fFR*l-^il-K''"H''L'""""T ^N SOME LOANS 
iiD-.fGGIN!''Bf;^Lnk''A"MEi0E"D' '"="* '"^""^ "^^5 
PANEL 0«S PROPOSAL TO RAISE SALES TAX 
I'BI LEGISLATURE: REDISTRICTING. GAS Tax SETTLED 
BANKERS: INTEREST RATES DON'T DETER BORROWERS 
CONSUMER DEBT 

SEE ALSO CONSUMES CREDIT 

SEE ALSO CREDIT 

SEE ALSO DEBTS 

SEE ALSO T,0-INC0ME FAMILY 

MONEY MOES -OUNT as HOLIDAYS APPROACH 

CONSUMER EDUCATION 

SEE CONSUMER PROTECTION 

CONSUMER PRICE INDEX 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FOOD. COSTS 

SEE ALSO INFLATION, U.S. 

CHANGING FEDERAL FORMULA SHOULD HELP. NOT HINDER 

CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO CONSUMER PROTECTION 

EXTENSION URGED ON FURNITURE RULE 

SAFETY BEATS INCONVENIENCE 

SUPPORT FOR ■:h1lD SAFETY NOTED 

AVOIDING CONFRONTATION 

AGENCY Chief to aooRESS FURNITURE MEN 

N.C. Furniture industry hails pa^jel's DECISION 

FURNITURE INDUSTRY PRAISED UCLISIUN 

CONSUMER PROTECTION 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION 

JUDGE REFUSES INJUNCTION 

CONTACT LENS 

SEEING GREEN 

COUNTY HOSPITAL CLEARED FOR PLASTIC LENS IMPLANTS 
'°''IJi^,IEtf"""STaY ORGAN UAT ION 

SEE CONTACT TElEmINISTRy ORG an U AT ION C ACRONYM I 
CONTACT MEEK 

SEE CONTACT TELEMINISTRY ORGANIZATIONIACRONYMI 
CONTEMPT OF COURT CITATIONS 

SEE ALSO COURTS. Durham COUNTY 
SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO COURTS, U.S. 

CONTEMPT CONVICTION IS UPHELD 

CMP ACTIVIST SERVING CONTEMPT TERM 

MRS. =.roughton released 

TRAILER HOSIERY HEARING HELD 

"''Ilr^LsJ'!o?i?2G^l^f^^?s"'"'" " CONTESTS, 

"THE'i^SLr^i'.J'^fo'if.";^?!-^"^''"*'' 5UN SPORTS CONTEST! 
TALENT COMPETITIONS PLANNED FOR ARTISTS 

CONTINENTAL Club 

SEE DURHAM Chamber OF COMMERCE 

CONTINENTAL FOREST INDUSTRIES 

UNION LOCAL PLANS TO STRIKE 

DURHAM UNION STRIKES 

NO TALKS SCHEDULED IN STRIKE 

U^VoH'llVi'All ITj' °'" "-""f-^'L CONTRACT 

CONTINENTAL STRIKERS VOTE 2T-IT TO ACCEPT CONTRACT 
CONTINENTAL TRAICAYS 

REPORT SAYS BUS DRIVER haO 1<. TICKETS SINCE '56 
CONTRACEPTION 



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12/27/91 


c 


1 


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2 


5/04/91 


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4 


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6/D<./81 


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6/22/91 


C 


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H 


2 


6/25/91 


B 


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N 


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2 


6/27/81 


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7 


N 


H 


2 


5/06/81 


B 


3 


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5/07/81 




15 


N 


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2 


5/08/81 




5 


N 


H 


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5/2D/81 




4 


N 


H 


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6/10/81 




3 


N 


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6/12/9 




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6/24/9 




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6/26/9 




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7/18/81 

7/27/91 

9/12/81 

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SEE BIHTH CDNT<nL 

C0NTBACT0P5 

SEE 6U1LDINC CONTOACnKS 

SEE ELECTPICJl. CQNIRACTdRS 

SEE PAVING CONTOACTORS 

SEE PRIVATE CaNIRACTGRS IFOR FEDERAL FMPLOYEESI 



CONVENIENCE FOODS 

CONVENIENCE FOODS: 



Check COST, CONTENT 



CONVENIENCE STORES 

SEE ALSO GROCERY STORES 
SEE ALSO Supermarkets* U.S. 

COUNCIL VOTES TO REZONE SITE F0» CONVENIENCE STORE 

PATH CLEARS FOR CONVENIENCE STORE 

REZONING FOB STORE APPROVED 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE BUSINESS 3EAT 

REZONING WOULD LI"IT DENSITY 

MERCHANTS CONFUSED BY PARAPHERNALIA LAW 

COOKBOOKS 

SEE ALSO FOOD , , 

SEE ALSO N.C. CHICKEN COOKING CONTEST 

SEE ALSO Tarheel tastes ibooki 

SHE HAS HOPES FOR cookbook i 

SHAKING THE SALT HABIT 

COOKBOOK IS FOR cancer PATIENTS 

COOKBOOK EXPLAINS HOW TO BAKE SNAKE. BOIL OWL 

DINING BECOMES ART FORM WITH. . . JUDITH OLNEY'S COOKBOOK 

SALT free: cooking without SALT CAN BE EXCITING 

MANN'S DEDICATION LIVES ON THROUGH ACS RECIPE BOOK 

COOKBOOK CHRONICLES POPULAR TARHEEL TASTES 

RECIPES GEARED FOR HANDICAPPED COOK 



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H 2 


11/19/81 


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SEE ALSO CONTESTS (SEE ALSO SPECIFIC NAMES OF CONTESTSI 

SEE ALSO N.c. Chicken cooking contest 
SEE also n.c. pork cook-out king contest 

BRUCE FAIR3AIRN HAS REPUTATION AS GOOD COOK 

COON hunting 

SEE ALSO HUNTING ,,,,, 

SALUDA SALUTES COON DOGS WITH PARADES AND CONTESTS 

COOPER ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION CO. [GREENSBORO, N.C.I 
TWO JAILED FOR BIO-RIGGING 

COOPER HAND TOOL GROUP 

MONROE TO GET NEW PLANT 

TOOL GROUP Plans plant in MONROE 

COnPFRATlVF nCEANOGRAPHIC PROGRAM ~^ 

SEE DUKE UNIV. MARINE LABORATORY 

COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 
CELEBRATION GATHERING 

PROPOSED CITY BUDGET TRIMS AGENCY REQUESTS 
COMMITTEE RECONSIDERS HIRING PROGRAM GRANT 
FUNDING PROPOSAL APPEALED 

PANEL INCREASES FUNDING ON FINAL DAY OF HEARINGS 
CITY WATER, SAEWER RATES TO RISE 
SERVICES STRENGTHENED FOR ELDERLY POPULATION 
AGENCY CONTRACTS OK'D; MONITORING SUGGESTED 
ANNEXATION METHOD GETS COUNCIL OK 

DURHAM'S OLDER CITIZENS FIND A VARIETY OF HOUSING SERVICES 
HEALTH CARE SEMINARS SET 

COPPER 

OFFICERS SAY COPPER THEFT RING CRACKED 

POLICE Charge 3 in theft 

metal valued at t3.700 stolen from electric co. 

copper wire 

robbers steal wire 

copperheads 

copperhead brood 

copyright violation 

Owners still taping shows 

CORN 

SEE ALSO GRAIN 

GRASSHOPPERS FAT CORN CROP 

MOONLIGHT InG? 

1981 BUMPER GRAIN CROPS A DISASTER FOR U.S. FARMERS 

SOURCE OF HORSE-KILLING TOXIN REMAINS UNCLEAR 

CORN BREAD 

CORN BREAD WEEK PROCLAIMED IN N.C. 

COPNJALLIS HOUSING PROJECT 
SFE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM 
AUTHORITY GETS 1699,000 
MUD REPAIR FUNDS GIVEN TO DURHAM 

CORNWALL IS ROAD 

CORNUALLIS ROAD CROSSING CLOSED 

CORPORAL PUNISHMENT 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C CORPORAL PUNISHMENT 

WOMAN SEEKS TO BAN CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IN SCHOOLS 

CORPORATE PROPERTY INVESTORS 

REZONING OF 202 ACRES OK'D 

INDUSTRIAL PARK SITE ON N.C. 55 GETS NEW ZONE 

CORPORATE REALTY CONSULTANTS, INC. 
REZONING OF 202 ACRES OK'D 
PATH CLEAR FOR INDUSTRIAL PARK 
INDUSTRIAL PARK SITE ON N.C. 55 GETS NEW ZONE 

CORRECTIONS 

SEE DURHAM MORNING HERALD, CORRECTIONS 
SEE DURHAM SUN, CORRECTIONS 

CORRUPTION IN Business 

SEE ALSO Businesses, u.s. 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., IMAGE 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 

IHEY LISTEN TO HIS BID-RIGGING STORY NOW 



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RECORPS SeiZtO IN aiOOING PROPc 

PIPER s»rs TIP LEO TO aeciaos seizure 

HOSPITAL OFflCUL PLEADS GUILIY IN '(ICuBACK CASE 

A SORRY I»» TALE 

JUOCE ISSUES °E5T»«IMSG 0R0£» S aCaIMST 2 COMPANIES 

LAJYER SAYS INVESTISaTION OP BIO-RICGIMC NOT OVER 

STATE BIDDING LOST •^l 9 ELECTRICAL PIRMS 

TRANSPORTATION BC»RO SUSPENDS 1 PIRMS PRO" BIODINC 

TIP ON TORN LEDGER SHEETS AIDED PROBE 

EDMISTEN HILL SEEK INOICTHENTS AGAINST TELEPHONE SOLICITERS 

CORRUPTION IN GOVERNMENT 

SEE ALST PEOERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, "ABSCAM" INVESTIGATION 
SEE ALSO PRAJO 

JURY MAY BEGIN DELIBERATIONS IN TRIAL OF LUM8ERT0N OFFICIAL 

EY-HOUSING DIRECTOR CONVICTED 

FORMER LUMBERTON OFFICIAL RECEIVES PRISON SENTENCE 

SEEING GREEN 

They listen 10 HIS aiD-RIGGINC STORY NOW 

PERHAPS The state NEEDS ETHICS RULES 

GREEN ADMITS ACCEPTING CASH 

HUNT CALLS FOR CONTROLS JN GIFTS TQ STATE OFFICIALS 

HUNT: BAR OR LIST CASH GIFTS TO OFFICIALS 

GREEN DEDICATED PUBLIC SERVANT 

ROYALL SIGNS LETTER BACKING JIMMY GREEN 

LEGISLATORS HOPING TO AOjOURN TODAY 

FORTUNES OF PlLlIICS 

•BUDS OF A FEaThER" 

ALL THE CROOKS AREN'T IN PRISON 

LTGOwCO OF N.C. STOCK CERTIFICATE ICARTOON] 

EDEN OFFICIAL IS ACCUSED 

UNCOVERING CORRUPTION 

CORRUPTION IN MILITARY 
SEE ALSO MILITARY 

GOLDEN KNIGHTS SHINING 

CORRUPTION IN SPORTS 
SEE SPORTS. SCANDALS 

CQRTElL -S 

BE ?EAUTIFUL FROM mEAO TO TOE... 

COST OF LIVING INOEJ. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO «aGES, DURHAM 

STUDY COMPARES LIVING COSTS OF CITIES IN STATE S 2 

COST OF LliINC ShOmS slight OR OP IN DURHAM S 2 

COST OP LIVING INOEA, N.C. 

STUDY COMPARES LIVING COSTS OF CITIES IN STATE S 2 

RALEIGH TOPS IN N.C. IN CO S T-OF-L I V I NC POLL H 2 

COST OF LIVING Shows SLIGHT DROP IN DURHAM 

COSTA RICA 

GROUP PROBING TROPICS BUYS 1,500 ACRES 

COSTUMES 

SEE ALSO PERIOD CLOTHING 

COSTUMES FOR CAPuLETS: are all In a OayS wORk FOR RICK BROwN AND FRIENDS H 

NO COSTUME YET? MAKE YOUR OWN S 

COSTUME TIME IS HERE S 

GROWNUPS CATCH THE SPIRIT H 

COTTON 

SEE ALSO ?RO«N LUNG DISEASE 
SEE ALSO HOSIERY INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

COTTON, OTHER CROPS CATCHING FARMERS' EYES 

COTTON. INC. 

TEiTILE COMPANY USES FIBER WASTES 

COTTON OUST 

SEE BROWN LUNG DISEASE 

COTTON OUST REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO BROWN LUNG DISEASE 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

HIGH COURT UPHOLDS NEW COTTON OUST LAW 

BROmN lung ASSOCIATION HAILS RULING BY COURT 

TEXTILE OFFICIALS CITE IMPROVEMENTS 

COTTON FIBER WASTES 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT 
TEITILE COMPANY USES FIBER WASTES 

COUGARS 

MUSEUM'S COUGAR ACTING SICK 
CAREFULLY MOVING A COUGAR 
HERE, KITTY KITTY 

COUNCIL Christian academy 

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT H 2 

WEEKEND JAMBOREE S 2 

COUNCIL FOR TOBACCO RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, HEALTH EFFECTS 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO, RESEARCH 

STUDY FINOS ALLERGY AMONG LEAF WORKERS H 

COUNCIL OF CIVIC CLUBS OF GREATER DURHAM 

SEE ALSO Durham, N.C, CIVIC CLuaS l SEE ALSO NAMES Of SPECIFIC CIVIC CLUBSI 

OFFICIAL: LIFE OUALITY WILL REOUIRE EFFORT H 

DURHAM GROWTH SEEN RISING S 

COUNCIL ELECTS OFFICERS H 

A CLEAN START H 

DURHAM BECO"ES MEMBER OF CLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTEM H 

CIVIC CLUBS URGED TO CONFRONT SERIOUS PROBLEMS H 

LOVETT: CITY NEFDS STRONG LEADERSHIP S 

POSITIVE APPROACH TO LITTER H 

POLL SINGLES OUT ECONOMY, CRIME H 

CLEMENT STRESSES POSITIVE S 

AN UPBEAT MESSAGE H 

BOTH VIE»S NE'OEO S 

COUNCIL OFFICERS H 

DEVELOPMENT IS TOP PRIORITY S 

COUNCIL OF STATE 

SEE N.C. COUNCIL Of STATE 

COUNCIL Of STATE GOVERNMENTS 

SEE ALSO KERR-TAR COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 

SEE ALSO PIEDMONT TRIAD COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 

SEE ALSO REGION K COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 



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SEE ALSO IRIAHGLE J COUNCIL OF GGVEaNMENTS 
ROVALL HEAOS NATIONAL aBGANUATION 
RDYALL BEGINS COUNCIL TERN 

CQUNTERfEIT "ONEY 

SEE ALSO Currency 

SEE ALSO FORGERY 

GUNMEN POB MANAGER AT HOME 
BOGUS BILLS SAIO PASSED 

COUNTIES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES 
COMMISSIONERS CALL FO' POMER TO HIKE TAXES 
COUNTY, RAIL.<AY5 SUIT DELAYED UNTIL OCT. 13 

COUNTRY HOME ESTATES 

ALAMANCE AREA RESIDENTS OPPTSE AUTOMOBILE SHOP 

COUNTRY MUSIC 

SEE ALSO "USIC 

COUNTRY SInO£R SIGNS WITH CBS 
MY FAVORITES. THEIR FAVORITES 
MAKIN' MOUNTAIN MUSIC 

COUNTRY STORES 

SEE ALSO GROCERY STORES 

SEE ALSO SUPERMARKETS. DURHAM 

NT. ENERGY: NOT MUCH, BUT IT'S HOME FOR THESE FOLKS 

HE'S TOO BUSY TO TAKE A VACATION 

COUNTHYrtOOO VILLAGE APARTMENTS 

FIRE HITS RALFIGH APARTMENTS 
APARTMENT FIRE IN RALEIGH 

COUNTY FAIRS 

FAIR TO RUN SEPT. 14 TO If 

LEE FAIR SPONSORS PRONISE 'SONETHING FOR EVERYONE' 

FRANKLIN COUNTY FAIR TO OPEN ON SEPT. 28 

POLICE PROBE FRAUD AT COUNTY FAIRS 

COUPONS 

SUPER SAVER JAN LEASURE TO VISIT DURHAN 

COUPONS SAVE LEASURE A tJO'S GROCERY BILL 

COUPON FEVER--JAN LEASURE CAUGHT IT AND IT'S SPREADING 

SUPER SAVER EXPLAINS NONEY REFUND FRON NORTHCATE STORE 

COUPON BONANZA 

COURAGE 

COURAGEOUS EXAMPLE 
UNDAUNTED 

COURIER-TIMES (r^OxflORO. N.C. NEWSPAPER! 

NEWSPAPER SUES HOXBORO TO GET PORTION OF REPORT 

PAPER PROCEEDS WITH SUIT 

HEARING BEGINS ON SUIT OVER ROXBORO POLICE REPORT 

JUDGE RULES REPORT IS PUBLIC DOCUMENT 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: PRESSING THE ISSUE 

JUDGE ORDERS FULL REPORT RELEASED; ROXBORO APPEALS 

NEWSPAPER WILL DROP SUIT AGAINST ROXBORO 

COURT-MARTIAL 

SEE MILITARY, 



COURTS MARTIAL 



COURTESY 

HERE'S HOW A STORE CAN LOSE A CUSTOMER 
REDISCOVERING COURTESY 
PLAUDITS TO The JUDGE 

COURTESY TITLES 

COURTESY TITLES SHOW BIAS 



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DURHAM COUNTY 
ALSO CONTEMPT OF COURT CITATIONS 
ALSO COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY, EMPLOYEES 
ALSO DURHAM CITY CLERK'S OFFICE 
ALSO DURHAM COUNTY CLERK OF COURT 

ALSO Durham county courthouse 

ALSO JUDGES, DURHAM. DISTRICT COURT 
ALSO JUDGES, DURHAM COUNTY 
ALSO JURY OUTY 

ALSO PRETRIAL NEWS COVERAGE 
ALSO PUBLIC DEFENDERS, DURHAM 
ALSO SMALL CLAIMS COURT 
ALSO U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT 
URTS INCREASE USE OF PRIVATE DETECTIVES 
lENTATION PLAN HELPFUL TO JURORS 
ARING ON NIGHTCLUB IS TODAY 
EEOING CASE TO GO FIRST - SOMEDAY 
NKRUPTCY COURT MAY GAIN SPACE 
VERNMFNT SEEKS COURT SPACE 

OGE LIGHTENS UP HER LECTURES FROM THE BENCH 
DI SCOVERING COURTESY 
AUDITS TO The judge 
ERE'S NO aiZ LIKE COURT BIZ 
TRIAL OPENS WITH SEARCH OF AUDIENCE 

COURTS. DURHAM COUNTY, BAILIFFS 

STATE RECOMMENDS AGAINST PROSECUTION 
OFFICIALS WILL NOT PROSECUTE BAILIFF 

COURTS. DURHAM COUNTY, CASE DISMISSALS 
COURT DISMISSALS DROP 

LAST GAMBLING RAID CHARGES DISMISSED 
GAMBLING DISMISSED 

COURTS. DURHAM COUNTY, ELECTIONS 

DISTRICT COURT JUDGES WILL SEEK RE-ELECTION 
FOUR SEEK TO RETAIN DISTRICT COURT JJDGF5HIPS 
HECTIC TIMES BEGIN AGAIN AT ELECTIONS BOARD 
BROGDEN SAYS HE WON'T RUN FOR JUDGESHIP 
BROGDEN HAS '40 ELECTION PLANS 

COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY, EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY CLERK'S OFFICE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, EMPLOYEES 
COURT PERSONNEL BILL PAST MOUSE 

COURTS. DURHAM COUNTY, HISTORY 

DURHAM CmRISTMASES were rowdy in YESTERYEARS 

COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY, TRIAL WATCHERS 
THERE'S NO Kit LIKE COURT 612 

COURTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO CONTEMPT OF COURT CITATIONS 



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SEE »LSO 
SEE «LSO 
SEE »LST K.C. 
SEE ALSn N.C. 
SEE «LSO IJ.C. 



SEE »LSO C«IHIN«L JUSTICE SYSTE- 
SEt aiSn DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTE9 

SEE ALSC GAG nanEas 

SEE ALSO JUDGES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO JUDICIAL DISTRICT 15-3 

SEE ALSO JURY DUTY 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE COURTS 

SEE ALSO L«.< ENEORCEhENT 

SEE ALSC LAWYERS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF TmE COURTS 

" .C. ASSOCIATION OF CLERKS OF SUPERIOR COURT 
• C. C.TURT CF APPEALS 
COURTS COHMISSION 
JUDICIAL DEPT. 
SUPOE"E CTURT 
SEE ALSO POLICE. N.C. 
SEE ALSO PRETRIAL NE«S COVERAGE 

INSURANCE COM-ISSTONER 'S DUTIES COULO BE CHANGED 
TFST APPEALS CCURT PROGSA*^ AVNOusCED TO INCLUDE DURHAM 
COb°T OFFICIAL'S SON-IN-Liu MIREJ AS COUNSELOR 
mIGmER AUTO lDAN RATES APPROVED 

SOME N.C. JUDGES Short of research "aTERIALS 

DISPUTE CENTER HELPS SETTLE DIFFERENCES OUTSIDE OF COURT 

COURT'S LAAITY BAFFLING 

FEDERAL SUITS ON TME RISE IN OIEDXONT 

COURT SAID hI'.lEO 3Y 'HOSTAGE' 

HELP FOB Children 

STATE COURT SYSTE" REVISING ITS FOR-fS 

COURTS. N.C. FhPlTYEES 

CDJRT PERSuNNfL aILL PAST HOUSE 

3ILL PROVIDING 13 MILLION FDR COURTS GETS hOuSE uK 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY ENACTS PRECIOUS METALS BILL 
GUILFORD COURTS FACING CuTaAC«S 

COURTS. N.C. FCRMS AND DOCUMENTS 

STATE COURT SYSTEM REVISING ITS FORMS 

COURTS, N.C. NEmS coverage 

SEE ALSO PRETRIAL NE»S COVERAGE 

JUDGE REfUSfS TO RESTRICT JURY SELECTION COVERAGE 

COURTS. N.C. picture-Taking 
SEE ALSO Gag drders 

PETITION ASUS FOR CAMERAS IN COURTROOMS 
cameras in COURT MOULD HELP. NOT HURT 

COURTS. N.C, TELEVISION COVERAGE 

aaOAOCASTERS mANI Cameras in COURTROOMS 

CAMERAS IN COURT ,<OULD SERVE PUBLIC 

N.C. SUPREME COURT TO DECIDE ON TV CAMERAS IN COURTROOMS 

CAMERAS SEEN AS INEVITABLE IN COURTROOMS 

PETITION ASKS FOR CAMERAS IN COURTROOMS 

CAMERAS IN COURT MOULD HELP. NOT HURT 

COURTS. ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY COURTHOUSE 
TRISh HUNT MiELDS GAVEL 

COURTS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO CONTEMPT OF COURT CITATIONS 

SEE ALSO FOURTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS 

SEE ALSO GAG ORDERS 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO JUDGES. J.S.. MIDDLE DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO PRETRIAL NEmS COVERAGE 

SEE ALSO U.S. COURT OF APPEALS 

SEE ALSO U.S. COURT OF MILITARY APPEALS 

SEE ALSO U.S. SUPREME COURT 

COURT PROBLEMS, NOT GUNS. CAUSE CRIME 
SEN. EAST CRITICIZES FEDERAL COURT SYSTEM 

COURTS. U.S.. MIDDLE DISTRICT 

SEE JUDGES, U.S., MIDDLE DISTRICT 

COURTS-MART lAL 
SEE MILITARY, 



COURTS MARTIAL 



COVERT INTELLIGENCE GATHERING 

SEE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 
SEE SPIES 

C0U3UDS 

SEE ALSO BIROS 

SCIENTISTS STUCY COWBIRD SERENADE 
COmBIROS: THEY'RE INTERESTING VILLAINS 

COWBOY FILMS 
SEE COmBOYS 
SEE OLD WESTERN FILM CLUS 

COWBOYS 

SEE ALSO OLD WESTERN FILM CLUB 

SEE ALSO RODEO 

SEE ALSO WESTERN FILM FAIR 

PITY The POOR COwBQY 

FANS MEETING HEROES AT WESTERN F'lm FAIR 

MIlO HOLT'S HEPOtS WILL ALWAYS BE COWBOYS 

'WESTERN' 3UFFS FLOCK TO CHARLOTTE 

THEY'VE GOT COwaOYS IN Family NOW 

YESTERYEAR'S HEROES TO RIOE AGAIN IN SILER CITY 

TRAILSI06 EPICURES 

COWS 

SEE ALSO L IVESTOCK 

POOR BOSSY CATCHES Flies 

THEY'VE GOT COWBOYS IN FAMILY NOw 

C0» MEMORIAL FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH 
CHURCH WANTS TO BAN MINISTER 

PREACHER'S Ouster sought 

HEARING DELAYED IN ChuRCh'S SUIT 

JUDGE RESCHEDULES HEARING 

JUDGE BARS PREACHER FRQm ChuRCh UNTIL TRIAL 

MINISTER Barred from church 

CRABTREE PHARMACY 

GOOD OLO-FaShIONEO LEMONADE - ANO IT'S REAL! 

CRAFT ShOwS 

SEE ALSO OkTOBERFEST IDUKf UNIV. I 
WHEN AN ARTS FAIR IS A BLOCK PARTY 
A CRAFTY WAY TO EARN A LIVING 
MAKE SALE ITEMS 

CAMPUS Y AT UNC SETS CRAFT BAZAAR 
APIS, CRAFTS FESTIVAL OPENS 



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C»»PTS 

SEE »IS0 CMRISIMA"; oeCOBATIONS 

SEE ALSO INDuSTaiAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SUNSET CSAFT CORNER 

SHE SE,(S 'CUTE CUMBERS' 

THE COCO OLD HAYS HERE GOOD TO HER 

CRAFTS TO 3E SHOWN AT DUKE 

CHRISTMAS CRAFTS FROM TRIANGLE SENIOR CITIZENS 

CRAFTS FAIR 

SEE CRAFT SHOHS 

CRAir. MANOR 

RETIREMENT COMMUNITY IS PLANNED 

GROUP auYS CRAIG MANOR FOR RETIREMENT COMPLEX 

CRAHFRTQNt N.C. 

CRAMERTON POLICEMEN PROTEST 

CRANES (MACHINERY! 

N.C. PORTS ASK TO SELL BONOS 
CRANE BOOM FALLS AT UNC LIBRARY 
CRANE ACCIDENT AT NEW UNC LIBRARY 
CRANE BOOM FALLS AT UNC 

CRAVEN COUNTY HOSPITAL 

NfUSPAPER CHALLENGES HOSPITAL 

LAWYER: HOSPITAL OUGHT TO ALTER RECORDS POLICY 

CREATIONISTS 

CREATION DEBATE: GENESIS ON TRIAL ,,„„„ 

CREATION THEORY CONTROVERSY LIVES OUIETLY IN N.C. CLASSROOM 
CREATION GEOGRAPHY ICARTOONI 
REVELATION MATH 

CREATIVE HAIR DESIGNS . ,,,,. 

A SPECIAL nFDOING requires a SPECIAL HAIR DESIGN 
FIRE DAMAGES 2 FIRMS IN LAKEHOOD CENTER 

CREATIVE MINISTRY ASSOCIATES 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, N.C. 

CITY PANEL, FIRM TO DISCUSS CABLE SERVICE 

CREATIVE PRINTESS OF DURHAM 

PRESIDENT OF CREATIVE PRINTERS DIES 

CREATURES AND MONSTERS 
SEE ALSO FOLKLORE 

JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT IT WAS S AFE . . . WALK I N& WHALES 

MONSTFR BLACK BEAR ,,, , 

IT'S A JUNGLE: STALKING 'THE BEAST OF LAKEWOOO' ANO OTHER CRITTERS 

CREDIT 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER DEBT 

SEE ALSO DEBTS 

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO TRUTH IN LENDING ACT 

SMALL BUSINESSES GET ADVICE ON CUSTOMER CREDIT 

A LETTER TO The CREDITORS 

MONEY WOES MOUNT AS HOLIDAYS APPROACH 

CREDIT BUREAU OF DURHAM 

SUER CITY CREDIT BUREAU SOLD 

CREDIT BUREAU OF SILER CITY 
SEE ALSO SILER CITY, N.C. 

SILER CITY CREDIT BUREAU SOLO 

CREDIT BUREAUS 

CAMPBELL SAYS CREDIT BUSINESS 300MING 

CREDIT CARD FRAUD 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 

CARDS SAFER FOR MERCHANTS 

CREDIT CARDS 

SEE ALSO CASH PURCHASE DISCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO DEBTORS' LAW 

SEE ALSO MASTER CHARGE 

see ALSO VISA usa 

SENATE GETS BILL TO HIKE CREDIT CARD RATES 

BILL GIVING DISCOUNT FOR CASH OK ' D 

INTEREST BILL AMENDED BY PANEL 

SENATE CHA^IGE TO ALLOW REVIEW OF HASTES DISPOSAL SITE DECISION 

HOUSE RESOLUTION SEEKS STUDY OF MARIJUANA PENALTIES 

MOUSE APPROVES 'FIRST IN FLIGHT' LICENSE PLATES 

BID-RIGGING BILL IS AMENOFO 

PANEL OKS PROPOSAL TO RAISE SALES TA« 

CREDIT CARD INTEREST RATE INCREASE KILLED 

'THFY STILL OON'T KNOW ME': CREDIT CARDS DIDN'T HELP w. VA. JUDGE 

JUDGE CONTINUFS TO 10ST0N 

AN EMBARRASSING oLOT ON DURHAM'S HOSPITALITY 

JUDGMENT IS ENTERED AGAINST JAMES BROWN 

BROWN LOSES DEFAULT RULING 

CARDS SAFER FOR MERCHANTS 

CREDIT CARD FEE RULING APPEALED 

PARIAHS WITHOUT CREDIT CARDS 

CREDIT INSURANCe 

see ALSO INSURANCE 

CREDIT INSURANCE IS COSTLY IN N.C. 

CReOIT LIFE INSURANCE 

CREDIT LIFE INSURANCE BILL IS SENT TO SUBCOMMITTeE 
PANEL OKS PROPOSAL TO RAISE SALES TAX 
CR6DIT CARD INTEReST RATe INCREASE KILLED 

CReeCH LAW 

SEE PUBLIC LAW 9',-l',2 leOUCATION FOR ALL HANDICAPPED CHILDREN AC T I 

CReEOMaoR, N.C. 

FUTURE LOOKING BRIGHT 

CREEDMOOR PLAN SCHEDULED 

NORTHERN TELECOM TO SHIFT WORK TO CREEDMOOR PLANT 

CReeoMoOR to hold fireman's day 

CREEOHOOR. N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 
CREEDMOOR PARADE SET SUNDAY 

CREEOMOOR, N.C, ELECTIONS 

3 GRANVILLE TOWNS TO SELECT OFFICIALS 

CURRIN RUNS UNOPPOSED FOR ANOTHER TERM AS OXFORD MAYOR 

SANFORD MAYOR NOT OPPOSED 

STALLINGS IS CREEOMOOR MAYOR 

MOST INCUMBENTS TO RETURN IN COUNTIES NEAR DURHAM 



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CI<FE0?<'1Q'' vaijNIFEU fIDE 'jEPT. 

c»eEO"Ooa ro holo HRENiN-s d«t 

CREE0"O0i) ro -iDHOa flRE-EN 

CSfOSQTE 

CREOSOTE SPlLlEO NEta S»NFO»0 
SPILL COSTS «E*Crt SU.OOO 

CREPE -YPTLES 

CREPE "YRTlES mr LINE SO"E EXPRESS-4Y EilTS 
THIS YEAR 36»uTY Of CREPE MYRTLES PERVADES SOUTH 

CRESSET Christian acaOEMY 

CRESSET HONOR ROLLS ANNOUNCED 

CREST ST. 

HELP SOUGmT on EXPRESSitAY 

MAYOR SEEKS ROaO help 

MAYfR SEEKS PEDERAL HELP ON E'PRESS"AY EXTENSION 

EXPRESSUAY EaTEKSION STALLS 

expressway could begin by l''e3 

crest st. community cuuncil 

expreS5-ay Extension stalls 

QFflCIALS try to get expressway ON TRACK 

HUNT TO HEAP cAPRcSS-AY BACKERS 

TRACT MAY SLOW EXPRESS-AY 

HUNT -TO PUSH- expressway: CALLS DURHAM PROJECT TOP STATE PRIORITY 

EXPRESSWAY COULD BEGIN BY 1183 

CRICKET INN 

DEATH AT DURHAM MOTEL SAIO SUICIDE 

DURHAM MAN DIES OF SEIF-INFLICTEO CUTS 

OFFICERS AROEST TWO IN DRUG RAID 

TmO ARRESTED AT MOTEL 

CRIME 

SEE ARSON 

SEE ASSAULTS. DURHAM 

SEE ASSAULTS. N.C. 

SEE ASSAULTS. U.S. 

SEE EMBE27LEMENT 

SEE FORGERY 

SEE FRAUD 

SEE -anSLAuGhTER 

SEE "uflOER. DURHAM 

SEE MURDER. INTERNATIONAL 

SEE MURDER. N.C. 

SEE MURDER. U.S. 

SEE RAPE. OURHAM 

SEE RAPE. N.C. 

SEE RAPE. U.S. 

SEE ROBBERY. JuRham 

SEE ROBBERY. N.C. 

SEE ROBBERY. U.S. 

CRIME, STATISTICS 

SEE ALSO CRIME RATE. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO POLICE INFORMATION NETWORK 

SEE ALSO STATISTICS 

STATUS NEEDS Change 

STATISTICS TELL IT ALL 
STATISTICS GAME 

CRIMf. U.S. 

COURT PROBLEMS. NOT GUNS. CAUSE CRIME 

wORCs mpn't stop crime 

CRIME COMMISSION. GOVERNOR'S 

SEE ALSO N.C. OEPT. of CRIMP CONTROL ANO PUBLIC SAFETY 

spauloing on crime commission 

ramsey -la-es spaulding to governor's crime panel 

orange da names administrative aide 

commission to consider raising n.c. drinking age 

study ordered on raised drinking age 

enforce drinking laws 

crime prevention 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY waTC- program 

SEE ALSO Durham POLICE DEPT., crime PREVENTION BUREAU 

SEE ALSO Durham PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM, CRIME PREVENTION DIVISION 

SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOOD WATCh PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO N.C. OEPT. OF CRIME CONTROL ANO PUBLIC SAFETY 

SEE ALS^ REACT CLUB OF DURHAM COUNTY (ACRONYM) 

SEE ALSO SILENT WITNESS PROGRAM 

INSTITUTION UNDER ASSAULT — ThE FAMILY 

HOME security: THERE'S A LOT YOU CAN DO YOURSELF 

DECLINE IN JUVENILE CRIME CITED 

DURHAM RESIDENTS SPEAK OUT On crime 

CITI2FN INPUT CRUCIAL TO CRIME CONTROL 

FIGHTING CRIMF mITh SENSE 

USE LOVE TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF CRIME 

CRIME PREVENTION SEMINAR PLANNED 

branch: crime prevention BEGINS WITH CHILDREN 

PARENTAL ROLE IS CHALLENGING 

CRI»E INCREASE Can BE HALTED 

SIGN Change sparks DISPUTE 

NEIGHBORHOODS AND CRIME 

A wElco-e sight 

CRI»E FIGHT MUST 'ioT abuse LIBERTIES 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: CRIME STOPPER 

COSTLY SCORE-KctPING 

JUDGES DUGhT to be judged 

GIMMICKS WON'T WIN FIGHT AGAINST CRIME 

BADGE ON A BIKE: lO-SPEED EXPERIMENT CALLED A SUCCESS 

BAOGE-ON-A-BIKE PLAN A a£FR£S-'I\G APPROACH 

MR. REAGAN'S CRIME PROPOSALS ENCOURAGING 

MOTORCYCLE Gangs PROMPT MEETING OF POLICE IN N.C. 

CITIZENS' ROLE AGAINST CRIME GROWS 

PUTTING CRIME ON THE RUN 

SNOOPING CAMERAS ENDANGER FREEDOM 

SHOPPING Safety TIPS PREVENT yulE SADNESS 

YULE CRIMINALS WORK OVERTIME 

LUCKY TO BE ALIVE 

CRIME RATE. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CRIME, STATISTICS 

SEE ALSO POLICE INFORMATION NETWORK 

SEE ALSO STATISTICS 

CRIME REACHING ALL SEGMENTS OF DURHAM 

DURHAM RESIDENTS SPEAK OUT ON CRIME 

CITIZEN INPUT CRUCIAL TO CRIME CONTROL 

CRIMINALS Finn Easy prey 

CITY CRIME RATE RISES 2 PERCENT 

CITY CRIME UP t PCT. FOR FIRST HALF OF 'ai 



H I 9/25/ai t 1 
H 1 lO/lO/BI a I 



6/12/91 
7/01/Bl 



7/30/31 
a/23/81 



3 

10 



S 2 U/ll/ei A 13 



5/29/81 
5/2<>/»l 
6/08/91 
6/10/81 
9/03/81 



6/10/Rl 
9/01/31 
9/02/»l 
9/02/81 
9/03/91 
9/03/Bl 



1 P N W36 



S 2 a/20/91 
S 2 9/29/31 
H 2 10/17/91 



S 2 7/23/91 
S 2 11/17/81 



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7 


7/23/31 


P, 


S 


S 


/ 


7/23/91 


A 


1 A 


H 


2 


9/16/61 


A 


1 3 


H 


2 


12/11/31 


A 


10 


H 


? 


12/12/91 


A 


1 


s 


2 


12/28/81 


A 


t. 



K90 
K90 



N K90 
N K90 
N W36 
N K90 
N W36 



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S 2 5/28/91 C 9 

S 2 U/0<./9l C 1 

H 2 11/05/91 B t 



H 2 


5/05/91 


4 


E 


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5/12/81 


6 


P F Hi,5 


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5/U/81 ! 




N 


S 2 


5/ <,/81 C 




M G U57 


S 2 


5/ 5/91 C 




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5/22/81 i 




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M 2 


6/ 4/81 C 




L 


H 2 


6/ 6/Bl i 


11 


N 


S 2 


6/ 5/91 C 




P F U57 


S 2 


7/09/81 1 




L 


S 2 


7/23/81 C 




N H0« 


M 2 


d/04/81 J 


13 


N 


H 2 


a/u/si 1 




E 


M 2 


9/18/81 1 




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H 2 


9/19/81 1 




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H 2 


9/22/91 e 




D U 


S 2 


9/29/81 A 




E 


H 2 


9/05/81 A 




L 


H 2 


9/08/81 A 




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H 2 


9/25/81 3 




F A54 


H 2 


9/29/91 A 




E 


H 2 


10/02/91 A 




E 


H 2 


lO/C/ni C 




N 


S 2 


lO/U/Bl C 




P N S83 


S 2 


ll/OA/91 A 




E 


H 2 


U/22/91 D 




c 


S 2 


U/28/ai A 




F 593 


S 2 


12/1I./91 C 




P N U57 


S 2 


12/26/91 A 




E 



5 




5/13/81 C 


l.-M G 1157 


i 




5/l<./Bl C 


1 M G U57 


s 




5/15/61 C 


1 G U57 


H 




5/26/81 A 


4 c 


S 




7/17/81 C 


1 N HOA 


H 




7/19/81 C 


1 N M51 



-L«650- 



MONIHLY/' 



N N U » L 
5/01/81 



INDEX 
U/31/81 



SUBJECTS 



P»GE 119 
1/10/B2 



JUVENILE CKlxe RISES IN OURHAH 

iiy«Pil'feL^i«^i^ieiHiir2.p,c.cH 

t PEOPLE INURED TO CRIME 

CRME 0»TE. OURH*'^ COUNTY ,.,„, 

SHERIfF REPO.<TS JUMP IN CRl-E 

"'"MJnlfEO-CRIHES UP 6 PCT. IN N.C. 

cSrMEjfCOM^Nr.jouNTRys TOP f£»R 

9» LAST YEAR 




RURAL AREASt 
DURHAM 



CRIME RATE. U.S. 
SEE ALSO CRIME 



S°SE"Ln5?'fg"iSM"THE PROBLEM OE CRIME 



NeIghBORhOOOS AND CRIME 



SlS-ICKs'uoJ-'?'wIN EIGHT AGAINST CRIME 
rieSsfBiE^^u^sJlSr^^SST CRIME PROBLEM 



"'ffE^JSIill'sTATISTICS 

^11 ^cSr-l 51!!: grHlS COUNTY 
III CRIME BATE. N.C. 
SEE CRIME RATE. U.S. 

"'sIe"'aLSo"sEMOR CIIUENS. CRIME VICTIMS 
111 aCSO VICTIM RESTITUTION PLAN 

Bill WILL PAY FOR EXAMINAT ONS , „,rT.-c 
Sic. tIsk FORCE formed TO HELP ASSAULT VICTIMS 

"'?Ie"coWuSit?''wItch program 
sll neighborhood watch program 

"'rE|-A?Sn"rHRISTMAS. CRIME 

III ItlS^i^E^'iSYS., CRIMES 
SEE ALSO JUVENILE CRIME 

see also misoemfanoss 
power tools taken 
thefts reported , , 
Jewels stolen at •pjJtment 
thefts reported at stores 
thieves get over 110,000 
gunmen rob manager at home 
abmfo thieves hit gas station 

cSl-E JeIchING ALL SEGMENTS OF DURHAM 
J;]iSliS^^l!oiN?^"spi«'oUT ON CRIME 

S5?HAM°;Ar»R2ElTED FOR ROBBING WOMAN 

CmZEN^Np" CRUCIAL TO CRIME CONTROL 

YOUTH ROBBED AT SCHOOL 

MAN WOUNDED AT RESIDENCE 

TEEN-AGFR CHARGED BY DURHAM POLICE 

WOMAN REPORTS STABBING 

POLICE Chase MOTORIST IN DURHAM 

TRACTOR STOLEN 

JViSy!^G"g«%^Gr^Sic TON 0, 

POLICE Charge Two WITH STEALING GAS 

POLICE REPORT ROBBERY 

POLICE Charge THREE 
TWO ROB GAS STATION 
HAN REPORTS BREAK-IN 
POLICE REPORT ASSAULTS 
ARMED ROBBER STRIKES MOTEL 

lu}S'?SA??%i^Srt?rSEVERAL^CHARGES 

Sgiil^ME^S^riL^^^SiS^SilcTSR*" 

MEN GRAB POCKETBOOK FROM WOMAN 

OORRFRY NETS THIEVES tl8.000 

SfFICFRS LIST TliREE RESIDENCE BREAK-INS 

POLICE PROBE BREAK-INS 

ROBBER TAKES COINS. MEAL 

THIEVES STEAL GARDEN TILLER 

?2y|5ls'yA"^S^oSS%OM COLD STORAGE 

K?Er'?Tai?"lc?'?^irM'JSoM LITTLE RIVER SCHOOL 

WOMAN REPORTS MORNING STABBING 

THIEVES STEAL BOOTS. BELTS 

gyS';(liaR?I^SS^^ES?'?^%i5SV BUS STATION 

POLICE SAY THIEVES GET 6 BATTERIES 

MEN REPORT ASSAULT 

HIGH-SPEED CHASE ENDS IN GUILFORD 

ARMED ROBBERS TAKE BANK DEPOSIT 

THIEVFS GET TV. CAMERAS 

VICE SaUAD SEIZES 179 LSD DOSES 

TWO MEN SEIZE TAXI CAB 

WOMAN HITS OFFICER WITH RADIO 

POLICE INVESTIGATE ROBBERIES 

THIEVES STEAL STEREO 

CHARM BRACELET TAKEN 

c'?i{'c^?iE"SrS ??V"fD« first half of -81 
r-EfirJSNS^AiSiiJ'llESrTHIEVES TAKE 
police charge 3 IN THEFT 
ARMED ROBBERS HIT ABC STORE 
NO ONE HURT IN ROBBERY 
POLICE REPORT "OBBERY 
BREAK-IN NETS TVS. RADIO 
PSO FINDS MARIJUANA IN CAR 



P DATE 



8/15/81 A 

3/16/81 C 

8/20/81 A 

9/11/81 B 

9/29/91 A 

10/19/81 A 

10/20/81 C 

10/29/81 B 

U/03/81 A 



PG L P BYL 



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N U57 



S 2 10/20/81 C 1 N U57 



6/02/81 
6/23/81 
7/21/31 
7/22/81 
7/31/Pl 
9/04/81 
9/11/81 
9/U/Bl 
9/13/81 
10/29/81 
12/04/91 



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8/18/81 
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U/2'./81 



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9/22/81 B l* N 





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5/02/81 A 
5/02/81 A 
5/05/91 C 
5/07/81 A 
5/09/91 A 
5/11/81 C 
5/12/81 B 
5/13/91 C 
5/13/81 C 
5/14/81 C 
5/15/81 A 
5/15/81 B 
5/15/81 C 
5/16/81 A 
5/19/91 A 
5/23/81 A 
5/26/Bl A 
5/26/81 A 
5/26/81 B 
5/27/81 C 
5/29/81 C 
6/02/91 A 
6/03/81 A 
6/04/31 C 
6/06/91 A 
6/06/81 A 
6/06/91 A 
6/08/81 C 
6/09/81 A 
6/10/91 C 
6/11/81 C 
6/12/Bl C 
6/13/81 A 
6/15/91 C 
6/19/81 A 
6/22/81 C 
6/23/81 B 
6/24/91 A 
6/24/91 C 
6/25/81 A 
6/26/91 A 
6/26/81 A 
6/27/81 A 
6/30/91 B 
7/01/81 A 
7/01/ai C 
7/03/81 A 
7/04/81 A 
7/06/81 C 
7/07/81 A 
7/08/81 C 
7/10/31 A 
7/11/81 A 
7/14/81 A 
7/14/91 A 
7/15/91 C 
7/16/Sl C 
7/17/91 C 
7/19/81 C 
7/20/81 B 
7/21/91 A 
7/21/91 A 

7/21/81 e 

7/22/81 C 

7/23/81 C 

T/24/91 C 

7/25/81 A 



3 N 
10 N 
1 N 
7 N 
3 N 
1 N 
1 N 

1 H G U57 
1 N 

1 M G U57 



1 

3 

3 

10 

9 

13 

12 

1 

1 

U 

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3 

14 

20 

1 

8 

1 

1 

1 

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1 

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7 

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2 
11 
3 
1 
3 
1 
3 
3 
3 
12 
1 
I 
1 
1 
5 
3 
11 

'1 
1 



M N T H L 



/ANNU4L INDEX 

5/01/81 - 12/31/81 



SUBJECTS 



1/10/82 



N E 



DATE 



S 
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N«N IS CmsRGED In KKJIFE 4SSAUl.r 

ilOO IS T»<EN DURING "OBBESY 

BUS DOIVEO PECOUEOS STOLEN CHECKS 

D»MFBO«POS ARE STOLEN 

INMATE REPJRTS JAIL ASSAULT 

3 ATTACK HAN, CET BILLFOLD 

RCIBBERS STEAL WIRE 

SPAT SPARKS SMOOTlNr, 

Tua SHOT FJLLPMING niSTURBANCE 

HISTORY OF A BUSINESS TROUBLED 9T CRIME 

CHURCH BREAK-INS Target 

ROBBER ATTACKS man 

POLICE Charge four as stowaways 

JEwFLRY ST3LEN OuRING BPEAK-IN 

VANDALISM, Shooting, break-ins reported 
officiAi Evacuates store 

VANOALS RUIN TOBACCO CROP 

COUPLE ThPEAIFNS, robs HAN 

VAN'S CONTENTS DRAW ARREST 

POLICE CMAPr.E 2 IN BREAK-IN AT NIGHTSPOT 

PLATINUM STOLEN FRO'< PARK PLANT 

HAN GRABS DAY'S RECEIPTS 

PROPERTY TAKEN FROM CAR 

DRUGS TAKEN FROM OFFICE 

PARAMEDIC HURT IN WRECK 

THIEF NETS SILVER, GOLD 

POLICE PROBING GREASE SPILL 

Two TEEN-AGERS GRAB PDCKETBOOK AT STORE 

WOMAN REPORTS PURSE SNATCHING 

POLICE NAB MAN IN ROBBERY 

DEPUTIES PROaE FOUR BREAK-INS 

DEPUTIES PROBE <, BREAK-INS 

<. [N NEIGHBORHOOD VICTIMS OF THEFT 

CAKES, CRACKERS STOLEN 

RESIDENCE IS ROBBED 

THIEVES GET jEwElRT 

small motors stolen 

police arrest 2 in robbery 

Thief strikes trailer 

man reports beating 

Thief runs awav with boots 

thief steals jewelry 

thief takes watches, jewelry 

automobile is stolen from lot 

vanoals damage ? automobiles 

ribeye steaks stolen 

stereo equipment stolen 

two take woman's purse in parking lot 

police probing armed robbery 

han surprises housewife 

school loses television in break-in 

thief str ikes goodwill 

teen-agers grab girl's purse 

thieves get 110,000 in jewelry 

hitchhiker strikes, robs driver 

thief robs, abducts han 

jewelry, television are stolen 

thieves rob, ransack firms 

durham crime dips 10» 

police report break-ins 

crime rate drops 10 percent in city 

thief takes 1200 

police charge 1 in shop's theft 

POLICE Charge 3 IN BREAK-IN 

police probing robbery 

burglar enters pharmacy 

thief gets stereo 

police jail father in assault 

crime is election issue 

police probing break-ins 

armed robeer hits market 

"'"ik'^'-'-e' "eporteo stolen from home 

object shatters window of car 

3 attack man in parking lot 

boys caught shoplifting 

police probing several break-ins 

drug sale at school probed 

Thieves take stereo 

citations issued in misdemeanors 

police change arrest procedure 

armed robber steals drugs 

gunman robs han in car 

police probe 1 armed robberies 

two churches report break-ins 

armed thief takes man's wallet 
construction items stolen 
motor oil stolen 
house plants stolen from store 
2 gunmen tie, rob victim 

GUNS. JEwElRy REPORTED STOLEN 
POLICE PROBE PURSE SNATCHING 
POLICE PROBING BREak-INS 
PURSE SNATCHING REPORTED 
POLICE PROBE 3 nuRHAM SHOOTINGS 

POLICE Charge youth in break-in 

purse snatching probed 

man reports guns, radio are stolen 

'. grab hillside student's necklace 

restaurant reports foodstuffs stolen 

assault counts lodged 

yule criminals work overtime 

coffee drinker turns thief 

Thief takes holiday gifts 

fiR^sji'?f^;?i^^;is?jiRiA;?N^gf"" 

BREAK-IN NETS 6,000 CIGARETTES 

TEEN FACES Charges 

Two ASSAULT, ROB CUSTOMER 

M';il"=?onl?J^2c''f'''^'"^ NATIVITY SCENE DESTROYED 

MAN REPORTS BEATING, ROBBERY 

FOOD STOLEN FROM EOGEMONT GRILL 

POLICE PROBE ROBBERY 

POLICE CHARGE MAN AFTER ACCIDENT 

CRIMES, DURHAM COUNTY 

SHERIFF REPORTS JUMP IN CRIME 

IMAGINE YOUR Child never returning 
"■sl|-AL'so-Bl?f'a5i^? """ °' ^'■""=" "'"^5, 
III Ittg c'^S^^IJ'SJc."-'" """'' °'' """'"5 

III :tis '/uiv,r,\iiv"' ''"'"' 



S 2 7/27/81 A 3 N 
S 2 7/2'5/m C 1 N 
S 2 7/30/11 C 1 N 
S 2 7/31/11 C 1 N 
S 2 a/03/81 C 1 N 
S 2 3/04/ei A 5 N 
S 2 8/06/81 C 1 N 
S 7 8/07/81 B 1 N 
S 2 a/08/81 A ! N 
H 2 a/12/31 A ", L 
S 2 3/12/81 C I N 
S 2 3/13/81 A 13 N 
S 2 3/14/"l C 1 N 
S 2 8/15/81 A 3 N 
S 2 8/17/81 A 2 N 
S 2 B/I'/Sl A 5 N 
S 2 a/20/81 C 1 N 
S 2 8/21/81 A •? N 
S 2 3/22/81 A 3 N 
S 2 8/2i./ai C 1 N 
S 2 8/26/81 C 1 N 
S 2 8/29/81 C 1 N 
S 2 8/21/81 A 3 N 
S 2 9/D'./81 A 3 N 
S 2 '7/05/81 A 3 N 
S 2 9/07/81 CAN 
S 2 9/08/81 C 1 N 
S 2 9/09/81 C 1 N 
S 2 9/10/81 A 5 N 
S 2 9/11/81 B 1 N 
S 2 9/14/81 C 1 N 
S 1 9/14/81 B 1 N 
H 2 9/15/81 A 3 N 
S 2 9/15/81 A 5 N 
S 2 9/15/81 B 1 N 
S 2 9/16/81 All N 
S 2 9/17/81 A 12 N 
S 2 9/18/81 C 1 N 
S 2 9/19/81 A 3 N 
S 2 9/21/81 C 1 N 
S 2 9/22/81 A 3 N 
S 2 9/23/81 C 1 N 
S 2 9/25/81 C 1 N 
S 2 9/26/81 A 3 N 
S 2 9/28/81 C 1 N 
S 1 9/29/81 6 1 N 
S 2 9/30/81 C 1 N 
S 2 10/01/81 C I N 
S 2 10/03/81 A 3 N 
S 2 10/05/81 C 1 N 
S 2 10/06/81 B 1 N 
S 2 10/07/81 C 1 N 
S 2 10/09/81 A 9 N 
S 2 10/12/Bl C 1 N 
S 2 10/13/81 B 1 N 
S 2 10/14/81 C 1 
S 2 10/15/81 C 1 
S 2 10/16/81 A 7 
S 2 10/19/81 A 1 
S 2 10/19/81 A 7 N 
H 2 10/20/81 C 1 N 
S 2 10/21/81 A 10 N 
S 2 10/27/81 A 6 N 
S 2 10/23/81 A 10 N 
S 2 10/26/81 C 1 N 
S 2 10/29/81 C 1 N 
S 2 10/30/81 A 6 N 
S 2 10/31/81 A 3 N 
S 2 11/02/81 A 4 L 
S 2 11/03/81 B 1 N 
S 2 11/05/81 C 1 N 
S 2 11/06/81 A 5 N 
5 2 ll/07/ei A 3 N 
S 2 11/09/81 C 1 N 
S 2 11/11/81 C 1 N 
S 2 11/13/81 C 1 N 
S 2 11/14/81 A 3 N 
S 2 11/16/81 C 1 N 
H 2 11/18/81 A 1 N A54 
S 2 11/18/81 C 1 N 
S 2 11/19/81 A 5 N 
S 2 11/20/81 C 1 N 
S 2 1 1/21/91 A 5 N 
S 2 11/23/81 C 1 N 
S 2 11/25/81 C 1 N 
S 2 11/26/81 C 1 N 
S 2 11/27/81 C 1 N 
S 2 11/28/81 A 3 N 
S 2 11/30/81 C I N 
S 2 12/01/81 A 5 N 
S 2 12/02/81 C 1 N 
S 2 12/03/81 C I H 
S 2 12/04/81 C 1 N 
S 2 12/05/81 A 3 N 
S 2 12/07/81 A 3 N 
S 2 12/08/81 C 1 N 
S 2 12/09/81 C 1 N 
S 2 l2/10/ai A 10 N 
S 2 12/1 1/81 A 6 N 
S 2 12/12/81 A 3 N 
S 2 12/14/81 C 1 P N 1'57 
S 2 12/14/81 C 1 N 
S 2 12/15/81 B 1 N 
S 2 12/16/ai A 9 N 
S 2 12/17/81 C 1 N 
S 2 12/18/81 C 1 N 
S 2 12/19/81 A 3 N 
S 2 12/21/81 C 1 N 
S 2 12/22/81 C I N 
S 2 12/24/81 C 1 N 
H 2 12/25/81 C 5 N 
H 2 12/25/81 C 5 N 
S 2 12/29/81 B I N 
S 2 12/30/81 C 1 N 
S 2 12/31/81 C 1 N 



N 



N 

N U57 



S 2 10/20/81 C 
M 2 12/13/81 



N U57 
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MONTHI.»/»NNUAL 



I N e X 
U/31/91 



SUBJECTS 



S 
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C PC 



PAGE Ul 
1/10/B2 



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SEE ALSO HWYEBS. N.C. 
SFE ALSO POLICEi 'l-C-,, 
SEE ALSO TAX PENALITIES , , ,^ „ 

DECLINE IN JUVENILE CRIME CITED 
SILENT WITNESS C AL L ED A SUCC ES S 
REPORTED CRIMES UP |„i;CT. IN N.C 
1981 LEGISLATURE: RED I STR I CT IN G, 

slAlE's'cRI-rRAIE UP 10. 9X LAST VEAR 
MONCUPE RESlOEIlIS AIR PROBLEMS UITM CRIME 
CAROLINA CYCLE GANGS BELIEVED DIRECTING C 



GAS TAX SETTLED-, BUDGET STILL HAS MOLES 



fIRMS CAN BF C1TE9 FOR CRIMES ON PREMISES 
.liTunRlTIES SAY GANGS USE FORCE TO MAINTAIN ORDER 
POLK? si? -of^RCYCLE GANGS- BUSINESSES GROWING 

vh iiF^^Bi^sii^r^Riiirs'^pjJc^cSvr f MS?fejpYcrE^g"A;as 

THIEVES STRIKE APARTMENTS 
?;'NEL"oSSED'?§°IlT°?S?Mi!FIGMTING PRIORITIES 

"''"'N's?l?u"JN'uSSEI'AsUGLT-rHE FAMILY 
CHANGE IS IN ORDER 
COSTLY SCORE-KEEPING 
•FOUR DAYS AND I'M STILL SHAKING- 
GET The gun USER. NOT THE GUN 

t ?IS?\lLralsTlgN"A^SSr CRIME PROBLEM 
"""g%*^ ^S^GU^'Sslpt NOT THE GUN 
"""^S^EN^Mi^^'^i^ElsES TO SLAYING IN 1,<.6 
CRIMINAL EVIDENCE 

"fp'VS? ^iS^Ts^iEJ^MPOSED. CAN A KILLER BE C0NVICT607 
'sif l??Si??Rbc7s"r.cll 'f^5S'?KULLS to SOLVE MURDERS 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO JUDGES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO JUVENILE CRIME 
SEE ALSO JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. JUDICIAL OEPT. 
SEE ALSO N.C. SUPREME COURT 
SEE ALSO PLEA BARGAINING 
SEE ALSO POLICE. N.C. 
SEE ALSO SPEEGY-TBIAL LEGISLATION 

CRIMINALS FIND EASY PREY 

CONFERENCE GOAL IS COMMUNICATION 

iSi?US52;,"^SJ.roIc'T?y^^^^?I^J11^NS h.mper police efforts 

CHANGE IS IN ORDER ,,„ 

JUSTICE TOO OFTEN SEEMS UNBALANCED 
CHEERS FOR The D.a. 

JUDGES OUGHT TO BE JUDGED . , , , 
GIMMICKS WON'T WIN FIGHT AGAINST CRIME 
A TRAGEDY THAT COULD HAVE BEEN PREVENTED 
PAROLE BOARDS HAVE A BIG RESPONSIBILITY 

"'5^riL"sl"SlF^ijBR'5'?D AND RESTORATION OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO PRISONFRS, N.C. ,„.„ 

SEE ALSO PRISONERS. N.C. EDUCATION PROGRAM 
PRISON RELEASE PLAN SHAPING 

CRIMINAL RESTITUTION 

"lEjtS?AX!^Ii';E?'inJfrL^^SSER FORGIVENESS 

!iSX!E"I5Es"CoSE"lLf?RSA'}?^ErP??°RESTITUTI0N FOR PROBATION 
JUDGE ORDERS LOVE TO PAY BILLS FOR MAN HE WOUNDED 

CRIMINAL SENTENCING 

SEE ALSO BAIL BONOS 

III Itsg g^vl^NaR-rfT^D; ^oSilSSION ON LENGTH OF SENTENCES 

SEE ALSO INSANITY PLEAS 

SEE ALSO JAILS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO LIFE SENTENCES 

SEE ALSO PLEA BARGAINING 

SEE ALSO VICTIM RESTITUTION PLAN 

HUNT REQUESTS DFLAY OF SPEEDY TRIAL PROVISION 

PANFL OK'S COMPENSATION LAW CHANGE .„„.,,,,,„ 

SMALLER INCREASE IN PRISON POPULATION PROJECTED 

VA. JUDGE DEFENDS SMUGGLERS' RELEASE 

N.C. COMMISSION TO STUDY PRISON SENTENCES 

ABUSED WIFE SHOULD GO FREE 

till r?^?lLSf5R*E!M^rslS^i¥^NH: lIVV.l^'llhLeO: .UDGET STILL HAS HOLES H 

JUSTICE TOO OFTEN SEEMS UNBALANCED ? 

COSTLY SCORE-KEEPING , '' 

CHANGE ORDERED IN GUILFORD PRISON-TERM POLICY 

SHIFT OF AUTHORITY SEEN UNDER SENTENCING ACT 

STU"Y: plea BARGAINING MAKES JUSTICE 'LESS THAN A REALITY' 

PRISON A FAILED SOLUTION TO CRIME 

PRISON TERMS OFTEN DON'T HELP 

A SENSIBLE QUESTION ABOUT CRIME PROBLEM 

•JURY' STILL OUT ON STATE'S NEW SENTENCING ACT 

PROVOKING DEBATE OUR RESPONSIBILITY 

PRISONS ARE CROWDED AND SHOCKINGLY EXPENSIVE 

CRIMINAL SUSPECT'S RIGHTS , 
SEE ALSO CIVIL RIGHTS 

POLICE NOT AFFECTED BY COURT'S RULING 

DEFENDANT WARNED Of RIGHTS BEFORE PSYCH EXAM 

BILL ENHANCES SECURITY 

LAWYERS APPEAL RULING ON PSYCH EXAM 

LAWYERS OPPOSE EVIDENCE 

COURT: MAN NOT DENIED QUICK TRIAL 

EFFORT MAKES U.S. UNIQUE 

CRIMINAL TESTIMONY 

SEE ALSO EXPERT TESTIMONY 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

POLICE NOT AFFECTED BY COURT'S RULING 

BILL ON EXPERT WITNESSES APPROVED BY STATE HOUSE 



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CaOiSOAIlE CCUNTOY CLU3 

IIRTIN: L4CK "ONEr, TIME TO BE T3P NOTCH 
R«IN HALTS GJLF 
DUKE OPENS SaCCER 
CLASSIC LEAVING OUHE 

CRriASDAILE GULF SEPVICE STATION 
ASMEO «AN «C3S STATION 
ABUfO BOBBER HITS MARKET 

CRCASOAILE INVESTlfNT CROUP 

nEm name, store ouE for CROASDAIlE 
national retailer chooses jurham 

croasdaile office comple« 

firm eyeing croasdaile building 

croasdaile shopping center 

SEE ALSO LOEm"ann'S plaza 

SEE ALSO Shopping centers 

NEK NAME, store due FOR CROASDAILE 

NEu STORE'S ANGLE: NO FRILLS. LESS COST 

NATIONAL RETAILER CHOOSES OU«HA« 

CROP (ORGANIZATION TO RELIEVE «ORLD HUNGER I 
SEE ALSO HUNGER 

1.500 EiPECTEo Sunday for .alk-a-thon in Burlington 

CROP aALKS ARE CALLEO SUCCESSFUL 

CROP DAMAGE 

QUARANTINE WILL NOT AFFECT SUPPLY 

BAN WOULD AFFECT N.C. 

HAIL RIPS LEAF In person; loss SaIO IN MILLIONS 

LEAF OA"aGE is HIGH 

TOBACCO RIPPE^I BY HAIL 

devastation: TmEIR CROPS -TAKEN away 

WIND AND HAIL HIT TOBACCO. PROPERTY 



IN SPLIT SECOND- 



VANCE DAMAGE NOT YET TOTALED 

SUODEN DEVASTATION 

STORM DAMAGES 175 ACRES OF LEAF 

CROP DUSTING 

FOR YOU" FLIES ONLY ICARTOON) 

STATE MAY E»P4N0 QUARANTINE 

CROP OUSTER DIES IN CRASH 

SPRAYING OF CHEMICALS COULD LEAD TO POOBLEMS 

CROP INSURANCE 

CROP INSURANCE OFFICES TO CLOSE IN 



N.C. 



REPORTING SERVICE 



CRCPS 

SEE ALSO C ITRUS CROPS 

SEE ALSO MARIJUANA, CROPS 

SEE ALSO N.C. CROP AND LIVESTOCK 

GLAMOR CROPS WORTH HEADACHES 

PLANTINGS IN N.C. REPORTED WELL AHEAD OF SCHEDULE 

PEACHES: HARVEST has BEGUN IN THE SANDHILLS 

HEAVY RAINS HELP TOBACCO CROP 

STORM SPARES PERSON CROPS 

LAST WEEK'S DRENCHING STILL NOT ENOUGH 

N.C. QUARANTINES CALIF. FRuIT 

N.C. WILL FUMIGATE CALIFORNIA PRODUCE 

N.C. TO BEGIN QUARANTINE NEIT WEEK 

N.C. TO ENFORCE PRODUCE QUARANTINE 

N.C. TO START QUARANTINE FOR "EOFLIES 

N.C. QUARANTINE SHOULDN'T AFFECT PRODUCE SUPPLY 

N.C. OFFICIALS Check California produce 

n.c. quarantine qf california produce icartoqnl 

timely rainfall 300sts state's 1981 crop yields 

Sweet potato crop in danger 

there's more coon. peanuts. soybeans 

dishes use fall harvest 

leaf production drops; all other n.c. crops rise 

new book describes prospects for tobacco 

north carolina harvests uneipectedly bountiful 

DURHAM Farm INCOME To RISE 

RECORD CROP SEEN IN DURHAM 

EXPERIMENTAL CROPS MAY MEET GROWING NEEDS OF N.C. Farmers 

N.C. PEANUT CROP BIGGER THAN EXPECTED 

1 = 81 nu"PER GRAIN CROPS A DISASTER FOR U.S. FARMERS 

COTTON, OTHER CROPS CATCHING FARMERS' EYES 

ACID RAIN COULD REDUCE STATE'S CROP PRODUCTION 

N.C. CHRISTMAS TREES MAY BE J2 1 MILLION CROP 

PLAN IS URGED TO REPLACE TOBACCO WITH OTHER CROPS 

U.S. EASY WINNER IN 'BOWL' COMPETITION 

FARMfRS SEEK TOBACCO CROP REPLACEMENT 

RABBITS VS. BREAD 

CROSS "URNINGS 

SEE ALSO KU KLUX KLAN 

CROSS BURNED AT ALAMANCE COMMUNITY 

CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNING 

SEE ALSO BOB hQllIOAy CROSS COU-lTRY CHALLENGE 

SFE ALSO HILLSIDE high SCHOOL SPORTS. CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNING 

SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 

BLUNT'S TRACK RECORD LONG 

PACK TOPS HEELS IN SOCCER 

CROSS COUNTRY Skiing 
SEE ALSO Skiing 
CROSS-couNiRY SKIERS already Thinking 'Snow 

crouse. n.c. 

married pastors serve same church 

crow hotel development co. itexasl 

hotfl on duke campus could be started by fall 
developer mas design ready for ouke university hotel 
Sheraton ready to build; duke hotel in negotiations 

CROwOER asphalt CORP. 

PAVING FIRMS CAN DEDUCT DAMAGES PAID 

«1 MILLION SETTLEMENTS ON BIO-RIGGING DK'D 

CROuOER construction CO. 

«. N.C. FIRMS REINSTATED TO VIRGINIA BIDDING LIST 
N.C. HIGHWAY BOARD OK'S BIO-RIGGING SETTLEMENTS 

CROXELL CONSTRUCTORS INC. 

PAVING FIRMS Can deduct damages PAID 

PAVING DONE FOR LT. GOV. INVESTIGATED 

FORMER PAVER SAYS JURY TOLD ABOUT wORK FOB GREEN 

They LISTEN TO HIS aiO-oiGGI.NG STORY NOW 

HUNT MAINTAINS SILENCE ON GREEN ALLEGATIONS ' 



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l>AGE 123 
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GREFN'S FaiENOS E'PRtSS COhCEHN 

HUNT y»5 »EPO«TE0l.Y TflLD OF BIO HIGGINC 

AP BEPQBTS ERflOR IN STORY ON J. P. ALLEN 

JIMHY GPcE'i INVESTIGATION CONTINuEO 

WINDFALL PROFIT UN RQAO WORK REPORTED 

STATE OFFICIALS TO STUDY ROAD FIRM'S PROFIT 

HAKE OISTRKT ATTORNEY SAYS GREEN ADMITS GIFT 

GREEN ADMITS ACCEPTING CASH 

GREEN ADMITS TAKING GIFT WAS A MISTAKE 

FOR GOOD OF STATE GREEN SHOULD RESIGN 

THAT GIFT WILL HAUNT LT. GOV. JIMMY GREEN 

JIMMY GREEN LETTER TO CROHELL ICARTOONI 

N.C. HIGHWAY HOARD OK'S BID-RIGGING SETTLEMENTS 

»l MILLION StTTLEMENTS ON BID-RIGGING OK • D 

FEDERAL GRAND JURY INDICTS PAVING FIRM 

CROWN GALL DISEASE 

SEE ALSO PLANTSf DISEASES 

KFY TO PLANT CANCER MAY HAVE SEEN FOUND 

CROUS 



STARK SILHOUETTE 

CRUISE MISSILES . , 

SEE BOEING CRUISE MISSILE 

CRYPTOGRAPHY 

OUR FREEDOM ISN'T FREE 

CRYSTAL 

BROKEN GOBLETS AREN'T HOPELESS 

CUB SCOUTS 

SEE ALSO POy SCnuTSt N.C. 

SCOUTS ANNOUNCE MEETING SCHEDULE 
SCOUTING REMINDER 
PACK CLEANS UP 



CUPA 



HELMS URGES GET-TOUGH CUBA POLICY 



cupa, tourism 

travel enriches 

culture we'k in n.c. 
see also asts, n.c. 
ervin highlights culture week 
culture week 
deserved accolades 

Culverts 

wade in the shade 

Cumberland county, n.c. 

Cumberland may ease blue laws 

CUMBERLAND county JAIL 

cumberland may close office 

cumberland county schools 

see also schools, n.c. competency tests 
charge dropped in paddling 
2s students are injured in cumberland bus wreck 

Cumberland paving co. ifayettevillE, n.c.i 
windfall profit on road work reported 
state officials to study roao firm's profit 

currency 

see also coins 
see also counterfeit money 
see also hundred dollar bills 
see also u.s. treasury dept. 



EE ALSO U.S. TREASURY DEPT. 
RETURN TO GOLD STANDARD COULD BE BENEFICIAL 
THE AMERICAN OOLLAR, FALLEN TO A SORRY STATI 
$100 FILLS The "ilLL 



MOVE 



CURRENT'S CAFETERIA 

MURAL ON CAFETERIA GOING, AND OWNER WANTS IT GONE 
MURAL SCHEDULED FOR REMOVAL 

CURRICULUM 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, CURRICULUM 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, CURRICULUM 
SEE READING 

SEE SCHOOLS. N.C, Curriculum 

CURRITUCK COUNTY, N.C. 

OUTER BANKS DISPUTE CONTINUES 

CURRITUCK COUNTY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY 
INMATE STABBED TO DEATH 

CURRITUCK COUNTY SCHOOLS 

WOMAN SEEKS TO BAN CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IN SCHOOLS 

CURSING 

SEE ALSO LANGUAGE 

BARNYARD BLEEP GOT HIM THE BOOT 
AUTHORITY STRETCHED TOO FAR 
FILTHY TALK ON THE BUSES 

CYCLE OOr. FOOD WORLD K-9 FRIS8EE CATCH AND FETCH 
SEE ALSO DOGS 
SEE ALSO FRISPEE (GAME] 

FOLKS FIELDING FIDOS FOR FR I SBEE-FETCHING 

FORM OF A CHAMP 

CYSTIC FIBROSIS 

CYSTIC FIBROSIS HELP SOUGHT 
ARTICLE FEATURES SNYDER'S FAMILY 
•ROWL FOR BREATH' SCHEDULED NOV. 21 
CLUE FOUND TO TREATING CF 

CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION 
MOST PLEDGES 

DC-* 

SUSPECTED POT PLANE IS FOUND 

DHSO 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

SEE ALSO PAIN RELIEVERS 

EXPERIMENTAL Therapy may offer Cancer cure 

ONA RESEARCH 



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S 2 11/27/81 CBN 
H 2 12/22/91 A 9 N 



H 2 9/03/91 C 13 P N 
H 2 9/13/91 ^ E 
H 2 9/17/Bl A 4 L 



H 2 6/09/81 8 I T N 

H 2 6/22/81 8 I P P H99 



H 2 10/17/91 A 11 N 

S 2 10/22/91 A 6 N 

S 2 11/04/91 C 10 N 

H 2 12/17/81 A 7 N 



S 2 12/08/81 C 4 P P «9l 
H 2 5/31/81 A 17 N 



H 2 5/21/81 C 16 N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



SEE ALSO BIOIEChnOLOGY 
SEE ALSO CANCEB 
SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO HEOICAL »ESE««CH 
SEE ALSO N.C. llaTECHNOLOGY CENTER 
BIOTECH CENTER BORN IN TRIANGLE 

ORIVEC IDRI VER-VEHICLE ENERGY CONSERVATION! 
PROGRAM CAN CUT GAS USE 



INDEX 
li/3I/81 



SUBJECTS 



N E 
P 



PAtJE IJi. 

i/io/aj 



OUPAC 

SEE DUKE UNIV. 



nuPAC PROGRAM 



0. C. BLUE HUNTING AND CONSERVATION C L US 
SEE ALSO HUNTING 

GRAB A KNIFE AND FORK FOR O.C. CLUB 



HUNTING' 



0. R. ALLEN CONCRETE SERVICE CO. ( F AYE TTE VI LLE . N.C.I 
GRAND JURY CHARGES N.C. FUMS WITH 8I0-RICGING 
TaO MORE PAVERS INDICTED IN PROBE 
S0URCF5 SAY aiO-RIGGING STILL PROBED 
ECU CONTRACTS RFPOflTEOLY INVESTIGATED 
FIRM SAID NOT BEIMG PROBED 

ALLEN PLEADS GulLTY TO fl lO-R ICG I iSG CHARGE 
ALLEN SENTENCED IN BIO-RIGGING CASE 

DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA 
SEE ALSO FLORIDA 

CRIME DRIVES OUT MIAMIAN 

DAILY ADVANCE (NEWSPAPER! 

DAILY ADVANCE EDITOR IS PROMOTED 

DAILY TIMES-NEKS (NEWSPAPEOI 

BURLINGTON PAPER BLOCKED FROM PRINTING DOCUMENTS 

JUDGE TO HEAR ARGUMENTS THIS hqRNING 

PAPER PRINTS STORY BEFORE RESTRAINT ORDER ENDS 

TAMPEPING .<ITH FREEDOM 

JUDGE MCLELLANO DEFENDS PUBLICATION RESTRAINT ORDER 

JUDGE APOLOGIZES TO PAPER FOR ORDER OVER PRINCIPAL 

APOLOGY SHOWS CLASS 

BROCK SAYS *0 MAY HAVE VIOLATED LAWS 

ASSAULT CHARGE IS FILED AGAINST BURLINGTON EDITOR 

NO PROSECUTION SLATED ON POLITICAL AD 

BURLINGTON EDITOR'S TRIAL DELAYED 

DURHAM JUDGE TO PRESIDE AT TRIAL OF BURLINGTON EDITOR 

BURLINGTON EDITOR FOUND GUILTY OF ASSAULT 

DAIRIES. N.C. 

SEE DAIRY FARMERS, 



N.C. 



DAIRY FARMERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MILK 
SEE ALSO N.C. MILK COMMISSION 

N.C. "ILK COMMISSION SUSPENDS DAIRY 

N.C. DAIRY FARMERS SAID CAUGHT IN COST-PRICE SQUEEZE 

DAIRY Farmers, u.s. 

DAIRY PRICE SUPPORTS MILK TAXPAYERS TWICE 

MILK PRICES: NO EASY ANSWERS ON OUESTION OF CONTROLS 

DALLAS CDwBOYS 

COWBOY EXECUTIVE SAYS TAYLOR BEST IN '81 COLLEGE DRAFT 

DAMS, DURHAM 

UNSAFE DAMS GAIN ATTENTION OF STATE 

DAMS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO Dams, U.S. 

SEE ALSO HYDROELECTRIC POWER 

UNSAFE DAMS GAIN ATTENTION OF STATE 
WATER POWER CHEAPER 

DAMS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO DAMS, H.C. 

SEE ALSO FLOODS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO HYORHELECTR IC POWER 

LAND FOR UNRUILT DAM RESOLD AT PROFIT 

POWER COMPANY MAKES PROFIT ON LAND FIRST BOUGHT FOR DAM 

TURNING A TIDY PROFIT 

DANCE 

SEE ALSO AEROeiC DANCE 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO Ballet 

SEE ALSO The BGYCE DANCERS 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA DANCERS 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill ballet co. 

SEE ALSO China, oanCE 

see also CLOGGERS 

SEE ALSO DEAF, OANCE 

SEE ALSO ElIOI FELD BALLET 

SEE ALSO FRANK HOLDER OANCE CO. 

SEE ALSO MARTHA GRAHAM DANCE CO. 

SEE ALSO MJY O'OONNFLL CONCERT DANCE CO. 

SEE ALSO MODERN 0«NCE 

SEE ALSO NEW PERFORMING OANCE CO. 

SEE ALSO N.C. OANCE SHOWCASE 

SEE ALSO N.C. OANCE THEATRE 

SEE ALSO N.C. OANCE wEEK 

SEE ALSO PAUL TAYLOR DANCE CO. 

SEE ALSO PILO'-ULUS 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, DANCE 

SEE ALSO SQUARE DANCING 

SEE ALSO TAP DANCING 
OANCE SHOWCASE COMING 

INDIAN Dance troupe performing at duke 
FOUR hours before the show 

OANCIN' HARO AT DUKE 

AOVANT-GAROE HERE TO STAY 

BETSY FRIDAY: SHE'S DANCING IN A 

WHATEVER IT IS, POST-MODERN OANCE 

MODERN Dance at DUKE 

POST-MODERN OANCE: CONTORTIONS, KINETICS AND DUSTPANS 

DANCE CLASS TO BE OFFERED 

OANCE CHARLOTTE 

BALLET STAR 6ARYSHNIK0V TO PERFORM IN CHARLOTTE 

DANCE Theater of harlem 

GROUP THAT DANCED AT WHITE HOUSE WILL PERFORM HERE 

DANCE GROUP GREW OUT OF KING'S DEATH 

GROUP REVEALS RANGE, POWER 

DANCE THEATER HAS POISE. STRENGTH 

DANCE THEATER DELIGHTS 

HARLEM TROUPE PACKS POWER 



HIT MUSICAL ON BROADWAY 
IS ON ITS WAY 



S 

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S 2 U/18/81 CI N sa3 



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12/21/81 


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12/22/81 


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H 2 6/J<./ai A 16 N 
H 2 b/30/8l B 16 N 



H 2 5/23/81 A <> E 

H 2 12/06/81 A 1 F G53 



H 2 a/16/81 a <. N 591 
S 2 6/26/81 C 1 N H04 



S 2 6/26/81 C I N HO* 
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10/20/81 


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H 1 


4/24/81 


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5/23/81 


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10/23/81 


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630- " ° ** ^ "'■'''* %';o'i'/*8l'- - 'l2/°31/8{ ' " 5^8JECTS 'ViW/W 

s I r 

N E E l V 

P DATE C PC L P BYL 

OAhCE TOWN MALL 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN DANCE fESflVAL 
ARTSi MORALITY PROBED 

DANIEL M. OELBERT C ASSOCIATES 
SEE ALSO FORESTRY 

FIRM SETS UP FELLOWSHIP 

OANIELS-OANIELEY AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

ELON COLLEGE PROF RECEIVES AWARD 

DANVILLEt VIRGINIA 

EXPLOSION CLOSES PLANT IN OANVILLE 

OARE COUNTY. N.C. 

OARE Turns down abortion funds 

DARE COUNTY C0K1I 5S lONERS 

COURT MAY RESOLVE ABORTION DISPUTE 

DARKNESS VISIBLE I ROOK I , ,„ „ „r.,, 

WILL ME BE MR, DEAD THUMB OR A TRUE TOMATO PARENT? 

DARTS 

MUSFUM TO BFNEFIT FROM TRY AT WORLD DART-THROWING MARK 
ANYONE CAN DO IT! (GET HOOKED. THAT IS. . .1 

DATA GENERAL CORP. 

DUKE GIVEN -SUPER MI NI -COMPUTE R' 

DATAFLOW. INC. 

DATAFLOW PLANS EXPANSION 

DATING FIRMS ' 

SEE ALSO MARRIAGES. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO MARRIAGES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO MARRIAGES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO SELECTROCUTION o/ik/oi r g 

MATCHMAKING MAKES MONEY FOR TAR HEEL 5 2 9/16/Bl L Y 

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. ALAMANCE CHAPTER ^,,,,oi . 7 

BURLINGTON STUDENTS HONORED " ^ S/li/Bl A I 

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. GENERAL DAVIE CHAPTER 
SEE ALSO REVOLUTIONARY WAR HISTORY 
SEE ALSO SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 

NEW OAR OFFICERS 

CONSTITUTION OBSERVANCE PLANNED 

GOOD CITIZENS HONORED 

HISTORIC HOME SITE ONCE HAD A MARKER 

DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY. UNITED 

SEE UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY 

DAVID COGGIN AUTO DEALERSHIP ,,/„,/o, a i «. C7a 

DEALER PLANS TO DROP FORD H 2 11/03/81 8 1 "^ f'» 

DEALERSHIP TO END FORD LINE S 2 11/03/81 A 9 N 

DAVID JOHNSON AND "ARY WOODSON SPROTT FUND ^ ,,,,,,, o, a :, u 

SCHOLARSHIP ESTABLISHED " ^ 12/31/81 B 2 N 

DAVIDSON COLLEGE „ , ,,^.,~, r c «i 

FOREIGN SUPPORT CITED FOR REAGAN PROPOSALS H 2 5/05/81 C 5 N 

N.C. PHILANTHROPIST'S BURIAL WEDNESDAY , H 2 ,7/15/81 » f' 2 

FOR DAVIDSON RELIGION PROFESSOR. THERE'S GNOME-PLACE LIKE HOME H 2 12/27/91 A 12 P F 

DAVIDSON COLLEGE SPORTS ^ , «/,,/«, r », u 

AD RESIGNS S 2 5/21/81 C 6 N 

DAVIDSON COLLEGE SPORTS. BASKETBALL ^ _ ,,,„,,., o , „ „,, 

WOLFPACK CLOBBERS DAVIDSON H 2 2/01/81 B ? N M71 

TRIBuS JUMPER LIFTS WILDCATS OVER DUKE H 2 [2/30/Bl 8 2 P N H71 

BUZZER SHOT BOUNCES BLUE OEVILS FROM TOURNEY S 2 l|/30/ei 2 P N R66 

WILLIAM L MARY EDGES DAVIDSON FOR TITLE H 2 12/31/81 I ? J^ „^. 

WILLIAM (. MARY CLAIMS DUKE CROWN S 2 12/31/81 C 3 P N R66 

DAVINCI TRANS-AMERICA 
SEE BALLOONISTS 

OAVIS-BACON ACT 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL CONTRACTS 
SEE ALSO MINIMUM WAGE SCALE 
SCUTTLE OAVIS-BACON 

MURALS REFLECT 'A FEELING CITIES DON'T HAVE TO 8£ UGLY' H 2 8/D")/81 C 1 F P »0* 

'LET'S PARK HERE IN THE SHADE' H 2 8/26/81 B 1 P P C56 

DAVIS RENOVATIONS OF POTOMAC 

OLD LIBRARY DRAWS BIO OF (68.850 

DAY CAMPS 

SEE ALSO CAMPS I SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 

SEE ALSO Durham county dept. of social services, summer day care PROGR/ 
SEE ALSO NORIHGAIE OAY CAMP 

SUMMER '81: INTRODUCING THE EASY WAY TO SUMMER FUN 

RECREATION CLASSES. TEAMS MAY HELP IDLE TEENS 

REGISTERED EARLY 

CAMP FOR HANDICAPPED OFFERED 

SUMMER LEARNING: COUNTY SCHOOLS OFFER DAY CAMPS. CLASSES 

DAY CARE 

SEE CHILD CARE 

OAY CARE CENTERS 

SEE CHILD CARE CENTERS 

DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME 

DAYLIGHT-SAVING SILL SHOULD BE PASSED H 2 9/22/81 A <. E 

THEY SAVED TIME FOR DEFENSE M 2 10/2'./8l A <. E 

FALL BACK S 2 ia/2'./91 A 1 P P S76 

EXTRA SNOOZING TIME H 2 10/25/81 * E 

YEAfl-ROUNO SCHEDULE BEST S 2 11/02/81 A <. E 

OAYLILY GARDENING CLUB 

SEE ALSO GARDENING. DURHAM 

GARDEN SURPLUS BRIGHTENS INDOOR LIFE AT HILLCREST H 2 12/06/91 C <./ P f G78 

DEAD ANIMALS 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS 

DEAD ANIMALS DUMPED IN DURHAM MAN'S YARD S 2 6/23/81 A 10 N 

ANIMALS DUMPED NEAR HOME H 2 6/25/81 B I N AS* 



2 


10/03/81 


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4 


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5/22/81 


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5/29/81 


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12/31/81 



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OEJOnOno OICk: LEGExn OF THE WEST IPL4YI 

MOLD IT, PODNfR, fiLlC« PUOES «i<E »»ChO. TOO 

cdxaoYS OF The <£st 

DEJF 

SEE JLS'i CEVTRAL t.C. SCHOOL ^08 THE OcAF 

SEE ALSO MEAaptC OEfECTS 

SEE ALSO SIGN LA^GUAGe 

SEE ALSO TELETypEwRITEPS 

SEE ALST 'ELEVESIO'.. CAPTIONS FOR THE OEAF 

PLEA FQP CUISEO CAPTIONING fALLS ON 3EAF EAOS 

SPECIAL PPOGJAM HELPS NEAR ING- ["PAIRED CHILDREN COMHUNICATE 

DEAF COUPLE S-ARE HASSLES THEY FACE 

NE" LAi< REauIRES AID FOR lEAF PE3PLr 

NEh N.C. law TO REOUIRE INTERPRETERS FOR DEAF 

GAPS "AR FINE LAH 

STORE CATERING To OEaF OPENS IN MORGANTON 

CONFINE COHXUNICiT IONS SKILLS KhEN TEACHING DEAF 

LEARNING The SILENT LANGUAGE 

HOSPITAL USING TELETYPEWRITER TO help OEaF 

ACCESS: OEaF CITIZENS GET INTERPRETERS 

TELECOHMUNICATOR HELPS DEAF-HUTES CONTACT POLICE 

LIBRARY TO Air DEAF 

MATTER OF COMMUNICATION 

TECHNOLOGY ALTERS LIVES 

OEAF. DANCE 

SEE ALSO OANCE 
SIGN LANGUAGE: 



2 10/16/?! 3 6 
2 10/16/91 12 



GROUP USES IT IN OANCE PERFOBhanCE 



OEAF GAMES 

RASH EARNS SPOT IN WORLO G«"ES 
Durham youTms EiCEl at nCSD 
DURHAM athletes in Ga^^ES FOR DEAF 
PUROLATOR CUTS NASCAR CONNECTION 
BRINGS HOME THE GOLD 

DEATH 

SEE ALSO EUTHANASIA 
SEE ALSO HOSPICE 

3UESTI0NS ON DEATH STILL VEXING 
•GIVE ME LI9EPTT OR GIVE ME MITOSIS' 

DEATH CEPTIFICATES 

VOLUNTEERS OICGING IN FOR GRAVE SEARCH OF PAST 

DEATH ON THE ENO I BOOK I 
SIGNS BOOK 
ENO RIVER SETTING FOR MACKAY NOVEL 

DEATH PENALTY 

SEE DEATH SENTENCES. U.S. 
SEE EXECUTIONS, N.C. 

DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 
SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO EXECUTIONS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO LIFE SENTENCES 
SEE ALSO STAr OF EXECUTION 

SMITH SENTENCFO TO DEATH IN WESLEYAN COEO SLAYING 

DFaTh PENALTY FLOUTS CHRISTIAN TEACHING 

COURT SETS ElfCUTICN DATE 

STAY ISSUED ON Execution 

INGRAM UPHELD ON Tax CASE BY high COURT 

A WORN mvTh APOUT JE«ISH LAW 

N.C. -AN GETS DEATH SENTENCE 

DEATH PENALTY SPOTlIGhTS INESUITIES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTE'' 

•JUST SINNERS. ..LIKE I am- 

MAR INE SENTENCED TO DIE 

HEARING SLATED FOR MCDOWELL 

COURT ENDS EARFIcLD STAY OF EXECUTION 

GROUP PLANS ACTION TO HALT EXECUTION 

MURDERER MAY 9£ EXECUTED 

N.C. GAS Chamber ready 

N.C. OFFICIALS RELIEVE EXECUTIONS LONG TIME OFF 

JUDGE SETS Execution and hits new law 

MCDOWELL HEARING FOR NEW TRIAL OPENS 
JURY SENTENCES kIRklEY TO DEATH 
MARINE UPHOLDS DEATH SENTENCE 

COURT REJECTS N.C. Challenge to death penalty 

HIGH COURT LEAVES INTACT BARFIELO'S OEATH SENTENCE 
mOMAN^S DEATH SENTENCE IS LEFT INTACT 
LAST N.C. EXECUTION WAS 20 YEARS AGO 

PROFESSOR HITS Executions in cmapel sermon at ou»e 

COURT UPHOLDS death PENALTY 

COURT UPHOLDS DEATH PENALTY FOR MURDER 

COURT WON'T HEAR APPEAL 

OUNN M,n ZiJl DEATH SENTENCE 

JUDGE RULES OUT DEATH PENALTY IN RALEIGH CASE 

NEW Execution date set for barfield 

DEATH SENTENCES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO CRI-INAL SENTENCING 
SEE ALSO OEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 

MAN GETS OEAlH SENTENCE FOR SLAYING OF VA. OFFICER 

DEATHS, DURHAM 

ENLARGED HEART MAY BE DEATH CAUSE 

DEATH BLAMED ON HEART AILMENT 

DOCTOR SAYS FIGHT HASTENED DEATH 

STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER SAYS FIGHT ACCELERATED DURHAM 

POLICE FIND OFAO MAN INSIDE CAR 

DOG ATTACKS MOTHER AFTER SHE FINOS HER SON DEAD 

POLICE Suspect no foul play in death 



MAN'S death 



DEI 



Ths. N.C. 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO WRONGFUL DEATHS 

MODES OF DYING REMAIN NEARLY UNCHANGED IN N.C. 

TEEN Charged IN FATALITY 

signs and warnings failed to prevent franklin death 
strange illness kills 16-yeam-old 
Examiner Changes Rolling on death 

18-yEar-OLO dies during BALL GAME 

BASKETBALL PLAYER DIES 

INMATE DIES FROM HEAD INJURY 

CORONER LINKS PRISONER'S DEATH ID DISEASED HEART 

MYSTERY ILLNESS CLAIMS LAOTIAN 

DEBT 

SEE DEBTS 

OE»T COLLECTION AGENCIES 
SEE COLLECTION AGENCIES 



6/06/81 A 
8/13/31 B 
9/Dl/Hl A 
9/01/91 e 
9/02/81 C 
9/09/91 A 
10/0<./31 A 
. lD/2'./81 A 
2 11/05/81 
2 U/15/31 C 
2 11/20/91 a 
2 11/29/91 » 
2 12/05/81 A 
2 12/05/91 » 
2 12/09/81 A 



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N U57 



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S 2 6/23/91 B 3 P N 

H 2 6/29/91 B 6 P N 

H 2 7/30/91 A 4 L 

H 2 8/12/81 a <. U 

S 2 3/13/81 A 13 P P H99 



H 2 5/17/91 A 10 
H 2 7/D1/81 A 4 



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12/20/91 




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H 2 


10/27/91 6 


1 


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S 2 


10/27/91 A 


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S ? 


11/03/81 8 


1 


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S ? 


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8/05/91 
10/29/91 
10/30/Bl 
11/01/91 
11/29/91 
12/23/91 
12/24/81 
12/24/91 
12/29/91 
12/31/81 



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INDEX 
12/31/81 



SUBJECTS 



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PACE 127 
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06PT LIKIT 

SEE N4II0NAL DEBT 

OEBnRS' L«W 

SEE ALSO 8*0 DEBTS 
SEE ALSn BANK"UPICY LAWS 
SEE ALSO COLLECTION AGENCIES 
SEE ALSO N.C.. OEBT COLLECTION 
OFBIOPS LA.J EFFECTIVE JAN. 1 



1EPTS 
SEE 
SEE 



ALSO COLLECTION AGENCIES 
__ ALSO CONSUMFP OEBT 
SEE ALSO CKEDIT 
SEE ALSO N.C., OEBT COLLECTION 
SEE ALSO U.S.. OEBT COLLECTION 
SEE ALSO VETEPANS AON IN I ST« AT ION . DEBTS 

BANKBUPTCt LAW PAISES PPOBLEMS 

N.C. "EHOPIAL OFFICIALS DISPUTE LOSS REPORTS 

SOME "HOUNDING' IS IN ORDER 

WETS WHO OWE GOVERNMENT GET WARNING 

VETERANS OUE LARGER BENEFITS 

ATTITUDE NEEDS CHANGING 

DEBT IS A TWO-WAY STREET 

OEBT COLLECTION: PROS AND CONS OF LAW EFFECTIVE JAN. 1 

DEBUTANTE BALL SOCIETY 

S*. YOUNG WOMEN TO BOW THIS YEAR 

5<. DEBUTANTES ARE ANNOUNCED 

DEBUTANTES AND THEIR MOTHERS DINE 

hONORFES all 

54 MAKE DEBUTS AT CHRISTMAS COTILLION 

OEeuTANTES 

5<. YOUNG WOMEN 10 BOw THIS YEAR 

54 DEBUTANTES ARE ANNOUNCED 

THREE GENERATIONS 

DEBUTANTES AND THEIR MOTHERS DINE 

HONOREES ALL 

DEBUTANTES ARE named 

DEBS OINE and dance 

PEACEFUL TIME 

DEBUTANTES HONORED 

•TAR HEEL' GETS COMPANY 

HALLOWEEN DEB PARTY 

DEBUTANTE PARTY 

GENEALOGY 

WEINAChTS FESI 

DEBUTANTES HONORED 

DEBUTANTE HONORED 

DEBUTANTES PRESENTED 

DEBUTANTES HONORED 

JUST BEFORE THE BALL 

54 MAKE DEBUTS AT CHRISTMAS COTILLION 

DECATHLON 

OECAIMLETE EYES GOLD, TIMES TEN 

DECLARIFICATION 

DECLARIFICATION 

DEEP RIVER 

DEEP RIVER TO OBSERVE FOURTH 

CHEMICALS FOUND ALONG ROAD NEAR GREENSBORO 

DEEP RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

LEE TO GET 1500.000 GRANT 

DEEP-SEA DIVING 

SEE ALSO HYPERBARIC CHAMBER 
SEE ALSO OFF-SHORE DRILLING 

PHOTOGRAPHERS CATCH SCENES BENEATH THE SEA 

DIVERS: THEY MAY BE CHOSEN LIKE ASTRONAUTS 

NEW BREATHING DEVICE MAY HELP DUKE UNIVERSITY DIVING RESEARCH 

DECORATIVE FABRICS DIVISION (COLLINS t, AIKMANI 
FOUR RO»BORO PLANTS UNDER NEW DIVISION 

DEEP SOUTH INDUSTRIES INC. 

MUNSINGWEAR TO ACQUIRE N.C. FIRM 



H 2 10/10/ai B 1 



H 2 


6/16/61 


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1 




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S 2 


lC/21/81 


A 


4 




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H 2 


11/20/81 


A 


6 




N 




S 2 


11/20/91 


C 


1 




N 




S 2 


11/28/91 


A 


4 




E 




S 2 


12/04/81 


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4 




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H 2 


12/20/91 


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5/14/81 


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H 2 


5/l<)/9l 


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7 


P 


P 


T37 


H 2 


6/25/91 


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S 2 


12/31/91 


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1 


p 


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J06 


H 2 


5/10/91 


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S 2 


5/14/81 


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5/18/91 


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P 


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S 2 


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P 


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H 2 


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1( 




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S 2 


12/21/91 


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S76 


S 2 


12/21/81 


B 






P 




S 2 


12/21/81 


B 






P 


S76 


H 2 


12/22/91 


A 






P 


S76 


S 2 


12/28/Bl 


B 






P 


T37 


H 2 


12/29/81 


A 






P 


T37 


S 2 


12/31/81 


B 


1 




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J06 



H 2 7/15/91 B 2 P N M71 
M 2 9/13/81 A 4 E 



7/04/91 
7/14/81 



12 
12 



9/06/91 
12/21/81 
12/21/81 



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H 1 9/15/81 B 1 



2 

13 
10 



H 1 8/26/81 6 1 



H 2 7/07/91 A 13 



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FOLKS AROUND HERE 

ALBINO DEER SEEN IN N.C. 

LEGEND SAYS ALBINO OOE IS REALLY VIRGINIA DARE 

POLICE CHARGE YOUTH IN BREAK-IN 

DEER RUNS THROUGH LINCDLNTON 

DEER HUNTING 

SEE ALSO HUNTING 

HUNTERS SHOULD LOOK OUT FOR FIRELIGHTERS 

TROPHY DEER: N.C. POPULATION HAS THE POTENTIAL TO PRODUCE TROPHY RACKS 

OUTDOOR NOTES 

HU22LED-UP 

OUTDOOR NOTES 

DEER HUNTER FOUND IN GOOD CONDITION 

GRAB A KNIFE AND FORK FOR D.C. CLUB 'HUNTING' 

BERTIE county: WHERE THE DEER AND THE DEMOCRATS PLAY 

DEERING-MILLIkEN CO. 

SEE ALSO MILLIKEN CO. 

TEXTILE MILL'S WORKERS GET BACK PAY 

DEFAULT 

SEE ALSO BAD DEBTS 

SEE ALSO BANKRUPTCY 

SEE ALSO CITIES. U.S.. BUDGET 

SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN DEFAULTS 

PUTTING FAULT IN DEFAULT 

ONE BRIGHT SPOT EMERGES 

JUDGMENT IS ENTFREO AGAINST JAMES BROWN 

BROWN LOSES DEFAULT RULING 

DEFAULTERS SHOULD GO FIRST 

DEFENSE SPENDING 

SEE MILITARY, BUDGET 

DELI NOSH 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, DURHAM 

THE TRIANGLE AREA'S ONLY AUTHENTIC NY STYLE DELI: GRAND OPENING 

DELINQUENT TAXES 

SEE DURHAM CITY TAX OFFICE 

SEE TAXES, Durham 



6/16/81 
12/03/81 
12/04/81 
12/07/81 
12/10/81 



10/18/81 
10/25/81 
11/01/91 
11/22/81 
U/22/81 
11/23/81 
12/13/81 
12/13/81 



1 

11 

5 

3 
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10 

9 

a 

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8/24/81 


A 


4 


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S 2 


8/25/81 


A 


4 


E 


h 2 


8/28/81 


h 


1 


N 


S 7 


9/28/81 


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SEE TjjfSi ou»M«>" couNry 

06LT» lIBLlNfS 

fL«MEOor l=QBCeS OC-9 TQ REruRN TQ IIRPOBT 

OELT* CONSTRUCTION CO. 

GUNS. JEWELRY RECOBTEO STOLEN 

06LT* KAPP* G*MH* SOCIETY 
EOUCATJRS MOjORED 
NEn INITIATES 

DELTA SICHA TmETa, INC. 

deltas attend convention 
teen ajbrshop set for saturday 
C"uRCm, Chapter get awards 
women-in-action honors programs 

MUDCINS SAYS volunteers ARE ESSENTIAL 

DELTA TEAM 

SEE ANTI-IEBBOfllS" PROGRAM 

OEfEROL 

PHARMACIST INDICTED IN EMBEZZLEMENT CASE 

DEMOCRACY 

SEE ALSO PREEOOH 

PLATO'S PmILOSQPhFR KINGS 
DON'T SCOFF AT PLATO 

DEMOCRATIC CARRBORO COALITION 

CAH03OB0 ALDERMEN APPROVE INSTALLATION OF BUS SHELTERS 



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PLATFORM COMMITTEE 
SYSTEM 



DEMOCRAtlC NATIONAL CONVENTION 

SEE ALSO DEMOCRATIC PARTY, U.S.. 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS. PRESIDENTIAL 
SEE ALSO PRESIOFNTIAL NOMINATING 

SLAVE'S SON BOSF TO POCMINENCE 

DEMOS APPARENTLY WILL GIVE HALF OF CONVENTION SEATS TO WOMEN 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY, DURHAM 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
SEE YOUNG DEMOCRATS OF DURHAM COUNTY 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY. N.C. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

SEE ALSO N.C. YHUNG DEMOCRATS 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

SEE ALSO WAwE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

SEE ALSO YOUNG DEMOCRATS OF OuRmaM COUNTY 

PARTY CHAIRMAN LAShES ATTACKS ON HUNT'S PLAN 

GEE FILLS VACANCY ON ALAMANCE BOARD 

ONE-PARTY SYSTEM HAS S TB ANGLE-HOLD 

DEMOS FORM PANEL ON AGING 

HUNT AIDES HELP DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATORS EXPLAIN THEIR VOTES 

LET THEM DEFEND THEMSELVES 

SURELY They jest 

RUSSELL WALKER DAY IS SET 

CONTRACT Ruffles oemos 

DEMOCRAT RAPS CONSERVATIVE TACTICS 

HEL»S TAKES LICKI-lG FROM DEMO PARTY CHIEF 

BERTIE county: wmERE THE DEER AND THE DEMOCRATS PLAY 

DEMOCRATS FORM jNir TO COUNTER INFLUENCE OF CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 

FLAHERTY MAKES HIS POINT 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY. U.S. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL FEDERATION OF DEMOCRATIC WOMEN 
DEMOCRATS SEEK TO REFORM SOME RULES 
DEMOCRATS MAO THEIR INNINGS 

HUNT IS LISTED AS POSSIBLE '8". CANDIDATE 
SCRAP IRONY 

TIP IN THE RING ICARTOONI 

HUNT IN LIMELIGHT. 3uT DENIES AMBITIONS 
HUNT ASKS HELP FROM GOVERNORS 
CHANGES URGED IN NOMINATIONS 

DEMOCRATS SEEK TO UNSNARL TANGLE OF RULES REFORMS 
DEMOCRATS PUSH SOCIALISM 
HUNT CAN'T BRING COMMISSION TO N.C. 
DEMOCRATS USE hEl»S TO RAISE MONEY 
DEMOCRATS PLAN ALTERNATIVE 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY, U.S., PLATFORM COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION 
SEE ALSO FLECTIONS, PRESIDENTIAL 

HUNT CAN'T BRING COMMISSION TO N.C. 

DEMOLITION 

SEE WRECKING 

DEMONSTRATIONS 

SEE ALSO ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT 
SEE ALSO COLLEGFS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO RIOTS 

5.DO0 RALLY [N RALEIGH TO SHOW ERA SUPPORT 

STUDENTS PLANNING PROTEST 

WASHINGTON PROTEST: PICNIC OF SELF-INTEREST 

RALLY OPPOSING FBI RECRUITERS STAGED AT UNC 

9ft!2S5-''*J?''5 PROTEST RECRUITING By FBI AGENT AT UNC LAW SCHOOL 

•IMPEALH NIXON LIBRARY,' PROTESTERS CRY 

MARCH IS HELD TO SUPPORT BLACK SCHOOLS 

SOLIDARITY Rally distorted by paper 

ANTHRAX TERRORISTS 

PEACE MARCHERS MISS POINT 

NUCLEAR WAR PROTESTS HELD AT N.C. COLLEGES 

DENMARK 

DANISH VISITORS NEED HOSTS 

DENTAL CARE 

SEE ALSO ORTHODONTICS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. "F N.C. -Chapel hill SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 
PREVENTION SAID KEY TO GOOD DENTAL CARE 
FOCUS NOW ON PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY 

DENTAL RESEARCH 

FOCUS NOW ON PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY 

DENTAL SURGERY 

SEE ALSO SURGERY 

HE'S DOWN, But DON'T COUNT HIM OUT 

DENTISTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DENIAL CARE 

SEE ALSO N.C. DENTAL SOCIETY 



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S I T 

E L Y 
DATE C PC L P BYL 



H 2 12/16/81 B 5 N 
S 2 12/01/81 A 5 N 



S 2 5/07/81 e 2 P P R91 
M 2 5/ll/Bl A 6 P P R91 



S 2 8/12/91 A 5 N 

S 2 9/30/81 C a N 

S 2 ll/a<./81 A 9 N 

H 2 11/05/R1 a <. N 

S 2 11/06/81 A 1<, P N 



H 2 11/05/81 A 



H 2 5/26/31 A 4 
H 2 6/02/81 A 5 



H 2 9/03/81 C 8 



S 2 6/0'./81 A 16 F J50 

H 2 U/Oa/Bl A 19 P N 



5/26/81 
6/06/81 
6/26/81 
a/0<./81 
e/lD/81 

a/15/11 

9/05/ai 
9/11/81 
9/18/81 
lQ/30/81 
12/13/81 
12/13/81 
12/18/81 
12/29/81 



5 
I 
5 
13 
5 



1 
1 I 
1 I 
22 



7/03/91 C 

7/D6/fll A 

7/23/81 a 

a/D6/fll A 

3/06/91 A 

8/09/81 A 

8/11/Bl A 

a/12/91 A 

a/22/81 A 

9/01/91 A 

9/29/81 A 

n/16/81 A 

12/05/81 C 



4 T T R56 



H 2 9/29/81 A 13 





5/03/81 




in 


P N 




9/23/81 




1 9 


N 




9/2A/91 






F 




9/24/81 






N 




9/24/81 






P N 




9/27/81 






N 




9/29/81 




I 1 


N 




10/06/81 






1 




10/19/81 






F 




10/19/fll 






F 




11/12/81 




20 


N 


2 


7/oa/ai 


A 


13 


N 



6/21/91 
7/09/81 



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J66 



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INDEX 



SUBJECTS 



E 

C PC. 



PtGE 1J1 
1/10/62 



SEE ALSO OOrMOOnNIlCS 
SEE «LSO UNIV. If N.C.- 
DENTISI LOSES MEOICII 



CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF OENnSTKY 
RUL ING 



OEPT. OF ENERGY 
SEE U.S. OEPT. 



LAWSUIT 



""1iE'fS°lijS:jSlir;0°^Afr^ESTI.0NY,N 

"liritis1Ssii!S;t:l??:hE^^?y?^i- 

Umj^^^:^:^^-^-^ be the .LUES 

°" "SoKsINg'Ss? for VACANT CITY LAND POSSIBLE 



HQU 

°"lt?^cS[jE«S, N.C.. OESEGBEGATION 
III srhoDLS, N.C.; OESEGREGATION 

III trHnnLsI u.sli olsECRf Gat ION 
seI unV3° of n:!:*, desegregation 

""sE^OESERTION, MILITARY 
SEE MILITARY, AWOL 



DESERTION, "ILITARY 



MAN SAYS HE 010 AS TOLD 



ARHYCHRC 5 desertion; HAN SAY 

'«"' iVlhncfa'llli"- SS^'hE-S facing CHARGE 

5J?i2IIS"riSM'Y°snLL seeSing m.n-s records 

"lil'pMVATE DETECTIVES 

"'"^iEfhlLSusHii'cKAPEL hill: a .normal- PLACE TO DRY OUT 

°"»°i:s"sf3?'al5?H ^sJl^ES DETROIT 

""sEi'lSlLDING CONTRACTORS 

111 EyjHSi'^oSNT^'SE'.S^ING COMMISSION 
SEE HOUSING INDUSTRY 
SEE LAND USE 



DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM 

^^lEC*yST?JJ^SiVB?^??'?qUS,NG^PL.N 




"'"^eIercise essential for diabetics 
oiaSetes hIsn-t slowed ouckett 

J^EV^ES'^NiccSp" "y'^S^^RAYED blue cross 
CONTROVERSUL diabetes DIET MAY REPLACE DRUI 

""'^"^lltfi'S^fing'A^fL'^Ss MORE FREEDOM 
""""olA-ONO INVESTMENT SUIT TO BE DROPPED 

°'"'ilsik^?^gSs^?iS^g^SiTo^S:GESPAiD 

°'""p5S%^°??55VVifAD=3ES,GNS 
GOVERNMENT SUES NONROE F RM 
^.^'S^L^S; UV?^E^^Ei}s"oft"S y ^G.NG Ok;D 
HEARINGS ARE PLANNED ON CARRBORO FACILITY 

■""sIe^dicSeS^sSn construction CO. 

DICTIONARIES 

SEE ALSO LANGUAGE ,„,tco.c: 

ANYBODY CAN CALL IT WEBSTER'S 

OICTIONARY OF AMERICAN SLANG IBOOKI 
1 REAL DRAG. MAN 

"■^"S^R^fHl'S^lT TREASURED. 

°''ni i::?o's^2iiriSs.NEssEs 

''&.St'glEafR''jE'cE?5lsSTATE BUSINESS AWARD 

°''Ue^EIGHT CONTROL 

niETS 

SEE OBESITY 

SEE WEIGHT CONTROL 



.GIVE PEARLS FROM DIEHL'S 



2 9/l'»/81 A 10 



H 2 U/06/81 B I N BSl 
S 2 U/OT/Sl A 10 '^ 





9/l''/91 
U/07/91 
11/27/91 
12/03/91 
U/O-t/Bl 


A 
B 
C 

e 

B 


'I 

1 
8 
1 


U 
U 

N 
F 
N 


M09 
S36 

L30 
W2<, 


2 


12/01/91 


A 


I 


N 


<90 



H 2 9/03/61 B 5 

H 2 9/10/81 A 16 

H 2 10/16/91 A U 

H 2 10/17/81 A 10 



H 2 9/06/91 C 1 P F H69 



S 2 U/Oi/Bl CI N K90 

S 2 12/05/81 A <• L 

S 2 12/05/81 A 1 P F K90 



5/02/Bl A 

5/22/ai C 

6/11/81 C 

6/12/91 A 

10/13/81 6 



H 2 10/16/91 a 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



a/13/91 

8/23/91 
9/03/81 
9/17/91 
9/23/91 



N 05* 

N 

N 961 

N W36 

N K90 

N S51 



H 2 5/17/61 A 10 P N 

H 1 7/01/91 CI N H60 

H 2 5/16/91 A 3 N 



5/28/81 
7/29/81 
7/30/81 
9/15/91 



S 1 11/13/61 C 



23 
2 

22 
5 
1 



N 

N 

N M23 



H 2 10/03/91 A <, E 

H 2 11/30/81 A 4 E 

H 2 6/28/81 G 7 P A 

H 2 6/10/81 A 15 P N 



HONTMLT/AN 



4 1. INDEX 

5/0i/81 - 12/31/^1 



SEE «LSO onuGS 

^^POLICf A«»E5? .MITE AFTER .,-MONTM PROBE 

2 FACE ORuG Charges 

MAJOR ORUG 9uST INVOLVES DuRnAM 

OFFICERS ARREST FIVE FOR DRUGS 

MAN LONG SOUGHT ar POLICE ENTERS DRUG PLEA 

JUDGE DELAYS SENTENCING ON DRUG 'LEAS 

H«N SENTENCED TO 5-10 TEARS FOR 0»UG SALE 

.(HITE GETS 5-10 TEAR SENTENCE 

POLICE ARREST H«N INDICTED IN 1930 

VICE SQUAD CONDUCTS SECOND RAID IN uEEK 

ORuCS TAKEN IN REVCO STORE MOLUUP Tr , , = 

POLICE Charge man miM firing gun at nightclub 
''"■'■"ilJSSo-s'saJce found polluted: recall is ordered 

SliTE SEE«S COURT ORDER TO CLOSE SAUCE PLANT 

SAUCE PLANT CLOSING SOUGHT 

?i^fei??lSS°8F g?!!A3!?S SAUCE TO RESUME UNDER AGREEMENT 

FIRM TO RECALL 9ARBECUE SAuCE 

^"''lV.tJt'l'lVct''iLsO POLLUTED, RECALL IS ORDERED 
STATE SEEKS COURT ORDER TO CLOSE SAUCE PLANT 
SAUCE PLANT CLOSING SOUGHT 

?i^hi"c?l£N"g^ lVd1°'l°-, SAUCE TO RESUME UNDER AGREEMENT 
FIRM TO RECALL 9ARBECUE SAUCE 

°''-^'irdJo'V\%c'l°'iltsO polluted; RECALL JS ORDERED 
STATE SEEKS COURT ORDER TO CLOSE SAUCE PLANT 

"'lirttso school" 'n^c': GRADUATION REOuIREhENTS 
DIPLOMAS, CEREMONIES AT DUKE S^O'^'^^SSS^L 
STATE PROPOSAL FOB 3IPLDMAS MAT BE OPPOSED 
STATE PROPOSES ADULT DIPLOMA PROGRA- 
HIGH SCHOOL OIPLO"aS SHOULDN'T BE CHEAPENED 
BOARD PERMITS Three TRANSFERS 
BOARD: MOVE TO CHEAPEN DIPLOMA 
DIPLOMA POSSIP ILITIES 
CITT eOARO AGAINST GEO DIPLOMA PLAN 

SCHOOLS PREPARING FOR TOMORROW'S JOBS ,,,„,, -_, 

DIPLOMA POSSIBILITIES FOR STUOENTS RETURNING TO SCHOOL 
A DETRIMENTAL CHANGE 
DIPLOMA REVISION STILL POSSIBLE 

OIRECTORS GUILD OF AMERICA 

HUNT AIDE: PROPnSED BOYCOTT IS RIDICULOUS 
IT COULD BACKLASH 

DIRECTORY OF DURHAM COUNTY RESOURCES 

^"RGiNu2r"lGN''oiRECTORY OElDLINE IS SEPTEMBER 11 
DISABILITY PENSIONS 

"loCU? sl2uJl?r'REv!E-ING DISABILITY BENEFIT CLAIMS 
DISASTER AID PROGRAMS 

sfI IlSD federal EMERGENCY M«M»GEMENT AGENCY 

SPUE-AGE TECHNOLOGY MAY HELP NATURAL DISASTER VICTIMS 
TmD counties GET DISASTER STATUS 

discount houses 

"housI°resolutio"see;s*stuoy of marijuana penalties 

discovery place IChaRlOTTE, 't-^i'.^,.^ 
Charlotte museum drawing attention 

discrimination 

see ace discrimination 
see job discrimination 
see racial discrimination 
see sex discrimination 
see sex stereotypes 

diseases isee also names of specific diseases) 

SEE ALSO AC'lE 

SEE ALSO alZmEI-'ER'S DISEASE 

SEE ALSO ANOREXIA NERVOSA 

SEE ALSO ANTHRAX 

SEE ALSO PRO«N LUNG DISEASE 

SFE ALSO Children, diseases 
SEE also colds 

SEE ALSO COL ITIS 
SEE ALSO COMA 

SEE ALSO Cystic fibrosis 

SEE ALSO EPICEMIOLOGY 

SEE ALSO EPIOERmolySIS BULLOSA 

SEE ALSO EPILEPSY 

SEE ALSO Eye diseases 

SEE ALSO HEMOPHILIA 

SEE ALSO HEMORRHAGIC CONJUNCTIVITIS 

SEE ALSO HUNTINGTON'S CMOBEA 

SEE ALSO ILEITIS 

SEE ALSO INFLUENZA 

SEE ALSO KAPOSI'S SARCOMA 

SEE ALSO LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS IDISEASEI 

SEE ALSO "EaslES 

SEE ALSO MENINGITIS 

SEE ALSO MYASTHENIA GRAVIS 

SEE ALSO PARKINSON'S DISEASE 

SEE ALSO PNEUMONIA 

SFE ALSO PROGERIA IPREMATURE AGINGI 

SEE ALSO PSORIASIS 

SEE ALSO SICKLE CELL ANEMIA 

SEE ALSO Skin diseases 

SEE ALSO SYPMILLIS 

SEE ALSO TOXIC-ShOCk SYNDROME 

SEE ALSO Tuberculosis 
SEE ALSO typhus 
SEE ALSO VIRUS 

STRANGE ILLNESS KILLS It-YEAR-OLD 



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N 351 


S 2 


7/10/81 


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'>/22/81 


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N B51 


S 2 


9/22/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


10/20/81 


c 




N 951 


S 2 


10/20/81 


b 




N 


M 2 


10/ie/9l 


9 




N 


S 2 


10/28/81 


C 




N J57 


H 2 


12/19/81 


C 




N 


S 2 


12/18/81 


C 




N 


M 2 


8/01/Pl 


A 




N 


h 2 


8/07/81 


A 




N 651 


S 2 


a/07/81 


B 




N 


H 2 


3/09/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


a/25/81 


B 




N B51 


S 2 


8/25/91 


B 




N 


H 2 


8/01/81 


A 




N 


H 2 


8/07/81 


A 




N 851 


S 2 


a/07/Sl 


9 




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DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER 
SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 



NONrHLlf/ANNUAI. 



INDEX 
12/31/81 



DISPUTE CENTER HELPS SETTLE DIFFERENCES OUTSIDE OF COURT 
CITY NEEDS DISPUTE CENTER 

DISTINGUISHED CITIZEN 4HAR0 
SCOUTS' MAN OF THE HOUR 
DISTINGUISHED CITIZENSHIP 

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD 
SEE ALSO DURHAM JAYCEES 
SECRETARY HONGREO 

JAYCEES SEEK DISTINGUISHED YOUNG MAN 
AWARD NOMINEES SOUGHT 

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. N.C. ,,,,, 

SEE ALSO DURHAM DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE 

III ALSO n'c! DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S ASSOCIATION 

REIOSVILLE MAN IS NAMED TO DISTRICT I 7A JUDGESHIP 
ORANGE DA NAMES ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE 
FORSYTH OA ENTERS DUI PLEA 

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. N.C ASSISTANTS 
8ARBER NAMES ASSISTANT OA 

DIVORCE 

SEE ALSO ALIENATION-OF-AFFECTION 
SEE ALSO ALIMONY 

SEE ALSO Chili custody 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO Parents without partners 

NAUSEATING WORDS 

HOUSE PASSES SALeS-TA« BILL 

UPDATING THE WEDDING CEREMONY 

PARENTS ALONE 

DIVORCE CAPITALS 

DURHAM FAMILIES SOUGHT FOR STUDY 



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ON DIVORCE EFFECTS 



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DIVORCE LAWS 

DIVORCE PROPERTY BILL OK ' , , „ „ 

MARRIAGE PROPERTY BILL HEADED TO HOUSE FLOOR 

PANEL OK'S COMPENSATION LAW CHANGE 

HAZARnOUS WASTES BILL ADVANCES TOWARD SENATE 

MRS. HUNT MAKES SURE HER NAME IS ON 3ILL 

DIVORCE BILL SEEKS EQUAL DISTRIBUTION 

SENATE PANEL APPROVES GUN CONTROL MEASURE 

SENATOR TRYING TO CHANGE HOUSE REOISTRICTING PLAN 

^irtlGrsE'A^TSJL'I^^S^RfrT^^E? GAS TAX settled; BUDGET STILL HAS HOLES 
PROBLEMS CONCERNING JOINT PROPERTY OWNERSHIP 

DIXIE GROCERY (HIGHWAY 70) 
ORANGE STORE BURNS 
ORANGE COUNTY FIRE PROBED 

DIXIE TRAILER PARK (DURHAM. N.C.I ,„.,.„,..rc„ 

MOBILE HOME PARK'S DRINKING WATER MAY NOT BE CONTAMINATED 

Doeas HOUSE (Restaurand 

DOBES HOUSE TO BUILD IN NEW TERMINAL 
FROM MOUNTAINS TO SEA 

DOCTORAL DEGREES , . , 

FACULTY DEGREE RULE CREATES UNCERTAINTY 
UPGRADING OF FACULTIES AN IMPORTANT BEGINNING 
TENURED PROFESSORS ARE NOT IN TROUBLE 
DECREE EXPECTED TO AFFECT NCCU FACULTY SLIGHTLY 

DOCTORS. N.C. 

SEE PHYSICIANS, N.C. 

DOG ATTACKS 

LINCOLN MAN MAULED BY DOG 

DOG ATTACKS MOTHER AFTER SHE FINDS HER SON OEAO 

DOC CONTROL 

SEE ALSO PETS 

NEIGHBORHOOD PETS IN DANGER 

WHY BLAME DRIVERS WHEN A DOG IS HIT? 

KEEP FAMILY DOG PENNED 

FREE-ROAMING OOGS PLAGUE DURHAM DESPITE LEASH LAW 

DOGS SHOULD BE CONTROLLED 

LEE CLOSER TO ADOPTING DOG CONTROL ORDINANCE 

DOG DAYS 

SEE ALSO SEASONS 

SEE ALSO WEATHER. DURHAM 

DOG DAYS 

WHO NEEDS AUGUST? 

OOG FIGHTS 

5 MEN ARRESTED AT DOG FIGHT 



DOC Shows 

CHILDREN' 



S DOG Show scheduled 



dog training 

classes offered 

oog virus 

see also virus 
virus hits triangle dogs 

oqgnapping 

see also cattle rustling 
see also horse steal ing 

thefts of purebred dogs rise in durham 

dog thieves a heartless breed 

thieves take stereo 

DOGS 

SEE ALSO COCKER SPANIELS 

SEE ALSO Cycle dog food world k-9 frisbee catch and fetch 

SEE ALSO GUARD DOGS 
SEE ALSO HUNTING DOGS 
SEE ALSO POLICE DOGS 

THE WINNER: 'PURRESSENCE OF PETS' 

OOG REVIVED 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE PET SET 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE PET SET 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE PET SET 

FOLKS FIELDING FIDOS FOR FR I SBEE-FETCHING 

TEACHER'S 'PET' BACK WITH PUPIL 

NEIGHBORHOOD PETS IN DANGER 

WONDER WHERE HE IS 

A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND 

COURT HAS ITS OOG DAYS. TOO 



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3fr.ISD Th6 Fc'4CE 

3LGCH PARTY 

i T«lfiuT6 TO flP'.EYt The beagle 

F^LtS apQUnD mE»c: wITh ImE PET SET 

AKHT r««I-JS LAMHE CQPPS TO PARACHUTE »ITH TROQPS 

P''LICE PRTof BARHISG OOGS 

sam tc3k lencithy detour 
injured dog handled poorly 
cckeps are their CaLLIVG 
it's a jungle: stalkisc 't 

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nor-s. COSMETIC SURGERY 

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Oiir.s, 0EA9 

A CARELESS ORIVfR TAKES A 00&' S LIFE 
«Hy aiAWE DRIVERS rfMEN A 90G IS hit? 

IOCS. LOST 

FHL'S ABOUND MERE: HlTH THE PET SET 
REaARO OFFERED FOR STOLEN OOG 
l:".ST COG FOUND INSIDE STOLEN CAR 

nOLLHOUSES 

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hEb dollars go into oDLLS 

hClauRIN delights in creating CL3TH DOLLS 

HANCBADE uITm lOwE: DOLLS 

EASY TO lCv? 

ALL OCLLEO up AND nOME FOR HOLIDAYS 

no-ESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO PATTERED kOMEN 

S = E ALS3 ChIlC ABUSEt OURMA>< 

SEE ALSO Child abuse, n.c. 
SEE also Child abuse, u.s. 

SEE ALSO FA-ILY structure 
SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 




UNK OF AUTO 

HER TO DEATH 

2 SLAIN OVER PQPIC CHOP DINNER 

t»0 N.C. SLAyInGS SAID SPARKED 5Y PORK CHOPS 

DEATHS HELD "UROES. SUICIDE 

SON ACCUSED OF SEATING PAIR 

jOXAN unhappy «ITh HUSBAND'S FINE TAKES REvENGE 

OOMINICA ISLAND 

RalEIGh fiU PLEAuS GUlLTr IN ISLAND PLOT 

RALEIGH HAN GETS 3 YEARS IN PLOT TO OVERThRD. ISLAND 

DuNkFy^ 

new arrivals 

DON'S PLUHBING CO. 

OFFICERS SAY COPPER If 



EFT RING CRACKED 



DOROTHEA Olx HOSPITAL IRAlEIGh. N.C.I 

OFFICIALS WAJNEO OF POSSIBLE JAIL9REAK 

NURSI'.G SOARj SCOLDS SCHOOL 

JUDGE ORDERS RalEIGh -"an TO DO»OlHtA DI« HOSPITAL 

DOROTHEA on HOSPITAL. ACCREDITATION 
u-STEAO HOSPITAL ACCREDITED 

OOudLE-OIPPING 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO PENSION PLANS 

SEE ALS" RETIREHENT PROGRAMS 

LA»S FORCE S3"E FEDERAL kOkERS TO '^Ou^lE DIP' 

DOUGLAS AIRPORT ICmAOlDTTE. N.C.I 

FAA DENIES Planes in danger OF COLLISION 
JET MAKES UNSCHEDULED LANDING 

DOVE HUNTING 

SEE ALSO HUNTING 

3EC0MING ..CRTmy of your GAME 
GOOD DOVE CROP pREOICTEO 

DOVES 

SEE ALSO PIGEONS 

DUKE Turtle doves re»rite the romantic cliches 
The soviet peace Campaign icartodni 

DOWN'S SYNnR0'<E 

SEE ALSO "Entally retarded 

HANDICAPPED NFPhEw a hERO 
DOWN'S SYNDPO-E CHILD NEEDS 



The CHANCE TO lEaRN 



DOWNTOWN OURHA" OEvELOPWENT C 
SEE ALSO CuOha'., n.c civ 
SEE ALSO DuPham, n.c. DOw 
SEE ALSO DURHAM PROGRESS G 
10 HOTEL OcVcLOPcRS MAKE 
DURHAM SAID IN TOP FIVE 
HOTEL-CIVIC CENTER PACKA 
SCHOOLS UNLIKELY TO GET 
PRUPOSED CITY BUDGET TRI 
CITY MAY REDUCE SUPPORT 
HOTEL STuDY IS SAID TO N 
OFFICIALS RETURN STUDY f 
SURPLUS AIDS NCN-CITy AG 
MEETINGS: IF ThE PU9LIC 
REPORT ON hOTFL-CIvIC CE 
EDITED REPORT DUE IN 3 w 
EDITED STUDY OF HOTEL TO 
BACK ON THE FRONT BURNER 
OOwNTOWN GROUP ACCEPTS C 
CIVIC CENTER-HOTEL CALLE 

Current signs on go for 
15 oevelopcrs" names not 
civic ccmplea moves forw 
sits flans prfceoe funds 

CONFuSICN "AiKS NAME OF 



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N DEVELOPMENT 

uIRIES AbOuT Durham 

REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT 

SAID CLOSER 
A AID 

GEnCt kEOUESTS 

11 NON-CITY AGENCIES 

more work 

ESEarCm 

ES 

let the public gaze 
Due soon 

released july 23 



IVIC CENTER-HOTEL REPORT 
D A GOOO IDEA 
D0wNTO«N COwPLcA 

RELEASEJ 
ARD 

SEARCH 
DOWNTOWN UNIT 



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«n«E VEMruftfS £YE1 FOR COMPLe< 

^^sv? ?fjt.^3? ;sffrc§ur.'BEoiN -.thin year 

C lY rOMPLEX 5HRT POCSiaLE NEXT YtAR 
CIVIC CENTER:%AYBE IT-S NOT SO REMOTE NOW 
pOSHfOB CIVIC CENTER E-PECTEO TO CONTINUE 

^«lJJ„^H^s".Elc'?lg;; ?^''^^g ^A^ PLAN SPARKS OOWNTO.N CONCERN 
MASSIVE CENTE" RESHAPES DETROIT 

NO COMMENT AVAH.ABLE ON LOCATION 

GRaE"fa°SECOMMFNO CIVIC center developer 

AT LONG LAST. . . 
nOWNTQUN DURHAM HISTORIC DISTRICT 

VA :tl8 l'iV„'l'.]'l\c.rHT,%KlC BUILDINGS 
III itIS SV^yS^I^'J^E^tp^VATION SOCIETY OP DURHAM 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 
2ND HISTORIC AREA PLANNED 

nOWNTOUN FARMERS MARKET ^,„„^.„.^ 

FARMER'S MARKET OPEN HEDNESOAY 
DURHAM MARKET A HiNNER 
PICK OF THE CROP 

ISS^S^hU IT.lh FEATURE LOCAL PRODUCE 
CHRISTMAS IS MAKING EARLY APPEARANCE 

THE DOWNTOWNER lOURHAM BUSINESS! 

S?^FiS^T5"p^S'^^!R^rliSf Sf'SArSuP.N. CHASE 



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"'-.?ErHl?CH;''iE OOESN-T KNOW «HY. BUT KNO-S IT WORKS 

""""•DRACULA- TO OPEN SEASON 
•ORACULA- IS FUN TO WATCH 
THIS 'OPACJLA' DISAPPOINTS 
I TiSTE OF IHF -LITERARY- VAMPIRE 
JAYCEFS TO PRESENT ORACULA 

DRAFT 

SEE MILITARY DRAFT 

DRAG RACING „ ^ .„ 

SEE ALSO PIEDMONT ORAGWAY 
SEE ALSO BOYBORO ORAGWAY 
SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 

CAR IN DRAG RACE HITS. KILLS YOUTH 

!;ibbE'35;ES*GJL;i''EXCEEOEO AUTHORITY 

DURHAM DRIVERS TEST ROCKINGHAM 

GRAHAM HELPS THARP „,,.,,., 

HEARING FRIDAY FOR COURT OFFICIAL 

JUDGE DESERVES ANSWERS 

LA8AR0E RULES AGAINST GRAHAM 

CASE DISMISSAL ANGERS JUDGE 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY PROBES CASE DISMISSAL 

N C. MAN IS RISING STAR OF NATIONAL DRAG RACING 

.rhcTTnriilB- RACERS SET AT PIEDMONT TRACK 

contmSersul ?5a"iccIse resolved in superior court 

ThE nRfAM NIP9LEB (PLAYI ,„. ,, , 
SWOBO OF PEACE OPENS TONIGHT 
CANE CREEK CALAMITIES 

°"^°''0RE0GING FUNDS MAY BE REDUCED 
PILKEY SUPPORTS DECISION 

DRINKING WATER 

SEE WATER QUALITY 

'^""""frosty cool ORINKS beat SUMMER HEAT 

""'sirLsO^NSTITUTE FOR TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH 

see also traffic safety 

?5JI''l?^IJ1?s"S5IE"?o pass bad checks 

giver, taker wrong 

commute" is getting 2n0 license 

license renewals reported lagging 

sen. vickery keeps license 

vickeby will lose license 

film to figure in vickeby trial 

some answers needed 

IVJil^SY'lolEs'^Rllil-s'lICENSE FOR 6 MONTHS 

llin^r'o^'oli'^.lkr. ?! ^Tr^^vo'cATSS^oF v,cke«y-s license 

AGENCY NOW ON COURSE 

TMIEVFS BREAK IN LICENSE guREAU 

lii&!?'iKtEf"oir^KIlD^i?? ^I?V!Sg of VICKERY LICENSE 
VICKERY GETS OELAY IN REVOKING LICENSE 

DRIVING VIOLATIONS 

SEE TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS. DROPOUTS 
SEE SCHOOLS. N.C.. DROPOUTS 

DROUGHT, CARBeOHO 

SEE CARRBOkO, N.C.. DROUGHT 

DROUGHT, CHAPEL HILL , , 

SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C., DROUGHT 

DROUGHT, ^DURHAM^ .Bf, MAY FACE SEVERE DROUGHT BY EARLY FALL 

showebs delight farmers 

one source durham-s water-supply problem 

n.c. in neep of more rain 

EN0"ivEr"ump'iNG station: WATER PROPOSAL RISING AGAIN 
TORRENTS OF RAIN END DURHAM'S DRY SPELL 
GREAT BUI NOT ENOUGH 



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12/12/81 
12/12/91 



N 

N W36 



5/06/81 A 

5/07/81 A 

5/07/ai C 

5/09/81 a 

5/09/91 A 

5/11/91 b 

5/U/Bl A 

5/12/81 A 



I 




N 


A2n 


1 




N 


«n5 


I 




N 


054 


1 




N 
6 
N 


B93 


I 


P 


N 


K9n 


1 


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N 


H60 



MONTHLY/ANN UA 



INDEX 
U/3I/91 



S U B J t 



TOIAH'-.LF Ua7E« level LOJ OESPTTF ShOjERS 

HEAVY RAINS nFLP TOBACCO CROP 

CduNTY WATER TABLES REMAIN LDu TESPITE RECENT SHOWERS 

PLAN OUTLf.f J NEtOS 

CITY TO STUOY WATER USE 

DURHAM OfFlCULS SAY CONSERVATION wODLO AVERT FUTURE WATER SHORTAGES 

SEVERE DRY SPELLS PREHICTEO THftOUISH END OF CENTURY 

EYPfRT SUC^iEiIS WATER-SAVING IDEAS 

CITIZENS NEED TO CONSERVE 

WATFfi CONSERVATION SEMINAR SUf.GESTEO 

ANNEXATION TO STAY IN COMMITTEE 

JUST HOW OHY IS IT? ENOUGH TO DAMAGE TREES NEXT YEAR 

SCRAP IRONY 

DRY CONDITIONS "AKE OUTDOOR BURNING RISKY 

RTl WORK TO HELP CITY PREDICT DROUGHT RISKS 

DROUGHT, N.C. 

INCREASED WATER USE MAY DRAIN SYSTEM 

ORY WEATHER EXPECTED TO CONTINUE 

EXPERTS SAY AREA MAY FACE SEVERE DROUGHT BY EARLY FALL 

STATE OFFICIALS URGE WATER CONSERVATION 

WEATHER SERVICE DECLARES TAR HEEL DROUGHT SEVERE 

N.C. IN NEED Of MORE RAIN 

WATER SUPPLY DROPS 

STATE'S THIRST NOT QUENCHED 

OFFICIALS WAICH WATER SUPPLIES 

WEDNESDAY'S RAIN HELPS CROPS BuT N.C. DROUGHT NOT OVER VET 

RAINFALL HELPS BuT DROUGHT LINGERS IN N.C. 

COUNTY WATER TABLES REMAIN LOW DESPITE RECENT SHOWERS 

LAST WEEK'S DRENCHING STILL NOT ENOUGH 

N.C. FACING POSSIBLE HATER SHORTAGES 

N.C. FACES "ORE WATER SHORTAGES 

HEAT, DROUGHT DEAL HEAVY BLOW TO N.C. PEANUT CROP 

DROUGHT EASFS IN SOME AREAS 

OROUGHf MAY FOIL FALL FOLIAGE DISPLAY 

DRY WEATHER IS TAKING TOLL ON MOUNTAINS' COLOR SHOW 

DRYNESS INCREASES THREAT OF TAR HEEL FOREST FIRES 

EARLY FEARS OF DROUGHT PROVED TO BE UNFOUNOEO 

OFFICIALS FFAR DROUGHT STILL A POSSIBILITY 

N.C. DROUGHT LINGERS DESPITE RECENT RAINS 

Two COUNTIES GET DISASTER STATUS 

DRTuGHT, U.S. 

SEE ALSO DuwSING 

DROUGHT: FARMERS PLANT WHEAT WITH LITTLE HOPE IN PARCHED MONTANA 
SEVERE DRY SPELLS PREDICTED THROUGH END OF CENTURY 

DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO AMPHETAMINE 

SEE ALSO Drug overdose 

SEE ALSO DRUGS. DRIVING VIOLATIONS 

SEE ALSO MILITARY, DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO U.S. DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION 

ALLEGATIONS OF DRUG USE: DENIAL OF BENEFITS APPEALED 

DRUG COUNSELING BEGINS WITH PARENTS 

DRUG USE TARGET OF YOUTH FEST 

THE DRUG STRUGGLE: PROHIBITION REPRISE 

EDITORIAL PHILOSOPHY FAVORS ANARCHY 

•FAKE DRUGS' Cause PROBLEMS 

COURSE SET UP TO HELP DRUGS-DRIVING OFFENDERS 

DRUG MYTH FALLS 

CLASS FOR POSSESSION 

AGENCIES COMBINING EFFORTS TO FIGHT DURHAM DRUG ABUSE 

DISEASE, VIRUS TIE OUESTIONED 



DRUG ABUSE, 
PAPER 



ATHLETES 
EXTREMELY UNFAIR' 



THROUGH PICTURE PLACEMENT 



DRUG ABUSE, MILITARY 

SEE MILITARY, OPuG ABUSE 

ORUG ABUSE, PREVENTION 

EDUCATORS HAvf TROUBLE VERIFYING DRUG USE 

STUDENTS AT JUNIOR HIChS TO BE GIVEN DRUG SURVEY 

DRUG COUNSELING BEGINS WITH PARENTS 

DRUG EDUCATION HAS CHANCED 

AGENCIES COMBINING EFFORTS TO FIGHT DURHAM DRUG ABUSE 

DRUG ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 

DRUG ADVERT ISEMfNTS SUPPORT SEXUAL STEREOTYPES 

DRUG COUNSELING AND EVALUATION SERVICES 

EDUCATORS HAVE TROUBLE VERIFYING DRUG USE 

STUDENTS AT JUNIOR HIGHS TO BE GIVEN DRUG SURVEY 

DRUG COUNSELING BEGINS WITH PARENTS 

DRUG USE TARGET OF YOUTH FEST 

DURHAM DRUG PROGRAM PLANS DAY FAIR FOR YOUTHS SATURDAY 

YOUTH FEST NOT TODAY 

YOUTH FEST TODAY 

A RELAXED SMILE 

SUPPORT GROUP STARTS 

DRUG COUNSELING GROUP OFFERS TRAINING SESSION 

COURSE SET UP TO HELP DRUGS-DRIVING OFFENDERS 

LET THE RECORDS SPEAK 

POSSESSION MEANS SCHOOL FOR DRUG USE 

AGENCIES COMBINING EFFORTS TO FIGHT DURHAM DRUG ABUSE 

ORUG ENFORCEMENT AOM I N I STR ATI ON 

SEE N.C. STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, DRUG ENFORCEMENT 
SEE U.S. DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION 

DRUG INDUSTRY 

SEE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES 

ORUG OVERDOSE 

SEE ALSO DRUG A^IUSE 

ACCIDENTAL OVERDOSE KILLS CHILD 

ORUG PAR APHERNAL t A 

SENATE PASSES DRUG PARAPHERNALIA BAN 

ORUG PARAPHERNALIA LAW I C A R T 00 N I 

NOTE TO SENATORS RAYNOR AND SWAIN 

N.C. HOUSE VDTES TO BAN DRUG PARAPHERNALIA 

N.C. ORUG PARAPHERNALIA-BAN BILL NEARS PASSAGE 

BILL TO UNSEAL ADOPTION RECORDS DRAWS COMMENT 

ORUG PARAPHERNALIA BAN IS CLOSER TO ENACTMENT 

ORUG PARAPHERNALIA LEGISLATION ICARTOONl 

DRUG PARaPhFRNALI A BAN ENACTED; BEGINS ON OCT. 1 

LAWS THAT SREFD CONTEMPT 

COURT BATTLE VOwEO ON DRUG PARAPHERNALIA LAW 

VOTERS, REMEMBER WHO STUCK YOU 

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA LAW: ENFORCEMENT A TICKLISH QUESTION 

MERCHANTS CONFUSED BY PARAPHERNALIA LAW 



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5/29/Rl 


A 




N 


K90 


s J 


6/08/81 


A 




N 


H04 


S 2 


0/09/81 


A 




N 


K90 


s ■* 


s/o'/ai 


B 




N 




S J 


6/25/11 


A 




P N 


054 


S J 


t>/25/fll 


A 




N 


054 


H 2 


7/05/Rl 


A 


19 


P F 


G7 3 


H 2 


7/14/81 


A 




N 




S 2 


7/14/81 


6 




N 


K90 


H 2 


7/15/81 


A 




N 




H 2 


9/29/Bl 


A 




N 


S51 


H 2 


10/22/81 


A 




N 


B9\ 


H 2 


11/02/81 


A 




E 




S 2 


11/20/81 


A 




N 




H 2 


12/06/81 


C 




P N 


W24 


H 1 


5/02/81 


E 




N 


693 


S 2 


5/04/81 


C 




N 




H 2 


5/06/81 


A 




N 


A20 


S 2 


5/06/81 


c 


19 


N 




H 2 


5/D7/8I 


A 


10 


N 




H 1 


5/08/81 


B 




N 


893 


S 2 


5/14/81 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


5/22/81 


B 




N 


H60 


S 2 


5/27/81 


C 




N 


K90 


H 2 


5/29/81 


a 




N 




H 1 


6/0 3/Pl 


e 




N 




S 2 


6/D9/BI 


A 




N 


K90 


M 2 


7/07/81 


A 




N 




H 2 


7/1V81 


A 


10 


N 




S 2 


7/13/81 


c 




N 




H 2 


7/27/81 


B 




N 




H 2 


7/3D/81 


A 




N 




S 2 


10/02/81 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


lD/03/91 


A 




N 




S 2 


10/06/81 


R 




N 




S 2 


11/03/81 


b 




N 




H 2 


11/23/91 


B 




N 




H 2 


12/25/91 


3 




N 




S 2 


12/31/81 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


5/04/ei 


8 


7 


N 




H 2 


7/D5/9I 


A 


1 8 


P F 


078 



H 7 


5/25/91 b 


7 N 


S / 


7/06/91 C 


N 00 e 


S 2 


7/21/Sl A I 


N 


H / 


8/09/81 D 


, E 


H / 


9/27/91 A 


L 


H 2 


9/08/91 C 


N 


H 7 


10/23/81 B 


N 831 


S 7 


ID/27/ei A 


E 


S 7 


10/28/81 C 


N 


S 7 


U/05/81 C 


P N U57 


H 2 


12/12/31 A 1 


N 



H 2 5/09/ai A 



s 


7 


6/15/81 


r 


N 008 


s 


7 


6/19/91 


r 


N 0D8 


s 


7 


7/06/81 


( 


N Doa 


H 


7 


8/27/ai 


a 


N 


S 


2 


11/05/81 


C 


P N U57 



S 2 8/12/81 C 



S 7 


6/15/81 




N 


DOS 


S ,' 


6/19/Rl 




N 


008 


S 7 


7/06/ai 




N 


DOS 


S 7 


7/21/ai 


A 1 


N 




H 7 


7/31/81 


A 


N 




H 7 


3/01/81 




N 




H 7 


a/08/81 




N 




H 7 


8/10/81 






H99 


<1 7 


8/14/81 


( 


N 




S 7 


9/3D/R1 


( 1 


N 




H 7 


10/23/81 


8 


N 


H81 


S 7 


10/24/81 


A 


6 




S 7 


10/31/81 




. E 




S 2 


U/05/91 


L 


P N 


U57 



S 2 12/31/81 A 



H 7 


5/07/81 


A 


in 


N 




H ? 


5/D9/81 


A 




T 


R5f. 


H 2 


5/10/81 


11 




6 




H 2 


5/23/81 


H 


1 H 


N 




S 7 


5/23/81 


A 




N 




H 2 


5/24/81 


1 




N 


G5 3 


H 2 


5/26/81 


H 




N 




H ? 


5/28/81 


A 




I 


R56 


H ? 


6/04/81 


H 




N 




H 7 


6/06/81 


A 


4 / E 




H 7 


6/18/91 


D 




N 




H 7 


6/29/ai 


A 




1 




H 7 


7/07/81 


A 




N 


A54 


H 1 


8/21/Sl 


B 




N 





NOhTMLY/A 



I N n t X 

lJ/31/fll 



MOvEL'r CHAifi m Challenge pabaphfr'jalia law 

COHPANV OPPOSES NEu LAW 

JUDGE DELAYS LAW AFFECTING POLLING PAPERS 
DRUG PARAPHfBNALl A LAU UPHELD 
PARAPHERNALIA RULING PLEASES EOHISTEN 
POSSESSION "CANS SCHOOL FOR DRUG USE 
PARAPHERNALIA LAW NETS TERN FOR SHOPKEEPER 
DRUG PARAPHERNALIA LAW HAVING EFFECT 

ORUG PREVENTION PROGRAM 

SEE DRUG ABUSE. PREVENIION 

DRUG THERAPY 

SEE CHEMOTHERAPY 

ORUGS 

SEE ALSO ACYCLOVIR 

SEE ALSO ASPIRIN 

SEE ALSO BETA BLOCKERS 

SEE ALSO CALCIUM plOCKERS 

SEE ALSO CISPLATIN (DRuGI 

SEE ALSO COCAINE 

SEE ALSO OHSO 

SFE ALSO OILAUOID 

SEE ALSO nRuG PARAPHERNALIA 

SFE ALSO FA^E DRUGS 

SEE ALSO GENERIC ORUGS 

SEE ALSO hEROI'i 

SEE ALSO INTERFERON 

SEE ALSO LIThIU" 

SEE ALSO methaoualJNE 

SEE ALSO «EIOCl)PRAMIDE 

SEE ALSO NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUGS 

SEE ALSO ORPHAN DRUGS 

SEE ALSO OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS 

SFE ALSO PCP ("ANGEL DUST"! 

SEE ALSO PAIN RELIEVERS 

SEE ALSO PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

SEE ALSO PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES 

SFE ALSO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS 

SEE ALSO PROPANOLOL 

SFE ALSO SLEEPING PILLS 

SEE ALSO TIMOLOL 

SEE ALSO TYLENOL 

BUSTED: DOPE MONEY'S GONE 

DUKE USES DRUG FQR CHEMOTHERAPY RELIEF 

C*^E'rAi'}|A^^*SR§iG'^T"'Ex?Eyt?ON' IN DRUG INDUSTRY 

•IRUGS, ARRESTS „„rr,^ 

SEE ALSO MARIJUANA, ARRESTS 
TERMS GIVFN IN POT CASE 

^ MORE Charged in cocaine lab raid 

COUNTY JAIL VISITOR IS CHARGED 

RAID 3RINGS 10 CHARGES AGAINST MAN 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH 10 DRUG VIOLATIONS 

FBI MAY GET DRUG CASES , ,„, ., 

MS. HARVIN GIVEN TIME SERVED ON DRUG COUNT 

FARMER FACES DRUG CHARGE 

YOUTH ROBBED AT SCHOOL 

3 CITED ON DRUG COUNTS 

1, ARRFSTEO FOR ORUGS 

<, ARRFSTED IN DRUG RAID ,„.„,-- 

TWO DURHAM MEN ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

Z MPN HELD IN DRUG RAID 

DURHAM COCAINE CHARGE LODGED .rcK.T< 

SYNTHETIC COCAINE LAB SAID 5EI 2E0 B Y ACFNTS 

A^C POLICE ARREST MAN FOR tJOn.OOO IN COCAINE 

COCAINE HAUL IN N.C. 

1,00 POUNDS OF COCAINE SEUEO IN N.C. 

^ ARRAIGNED ON DRUG COUNTS 

FPANKLINION MAN FACES POT CHARGE 

MENTAL GEAH-SHIFTING 

PAIR ARRESTFO IN DURHAM COUNTY RAID 

MEN GRAB POCKETBOOK FROM WOMAN 

2 CHARGED WITH GROWING 'POT' 

MARIJUANA PLANTS ARE FOUND ON ROOF 
DRUG SENTENCED SUSPENDED 
DURHAM MAN FACES CHARGES FOR HEROIN 
TROOPER CUT DURING SCUFFLE „„„., 

POLICE ARREST WHITE AFTER <,-MONTH PROBE 

2 FACE DRUG CMARGFS 

MAJOR DRUG BUST INVOLVES DURHAM 

OFFICERS ARREST FIVE FOR DRUGS 

VICE SQUAD SEIZES 179 LSD OOSES 

SUSPECTS' BONOS SET 

POT DROP APPARENTLY MISSED 

POLICE DISCOVER DRUGS 

II MILLION 80ND SOUGHT IN CASE 

P^O FINDS MARIJUANA IN CAR 

HEROIN SEIZED IN HIGH POINT 

", RALEIGH EMPLOYEES ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

FIVE CHARGED IN DRUG PROBE 

BONOS SET fnk 6 DRUG SUSPECTS 

3 ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

POLICE ARREST THREE ON DRUG CHARGES 

THRE£°FACe"dJ5g'chaRGES following PSO CRACKDOWN 

Two FACE COCAINE CHARGES 

159 ARRESTED 

MAN ARRESTED ON 5 CHARGES 

THREE DURHAM MEN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

BANK BOBBERY CHARGE FILED ,,, 

POLICE ARREST MAN ON 3 DRUG CHARGES 

DURHAM MAN HELD ON FEDERAL DRUG CHARGES 

CHIEF PETTY OFFICER FACES DRUG COUNT „,,,,^ 

DURHAM RAID NETS ORUGS, FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES 

EXPLOSIVES, DRUGS. GUNS FOUND IN HOME 

PAIR MAKES INITIAL APPEARANCE 

COX RELEASED ON BONO 

CORRECTION 

POLICE ARREST MAN INDICTED IN 19a0 

VICE SJUAO CONDUCTS SECOND RAID IN WEEK 

VICE SJUAD CONDUCTS J RAIDS 

OFFICERS ARREST TWO IN DRUG RAID 

Two ARRESTED AT MOTEL , „ ,„ 

OFFICERS ARREST TWO IN DRUG RAID 

DA: DRUG PROBLEM BETTER 

HAN FACES DRUG Charges 

PAIR ARBESTED IN DRUG CASE 

MOTEL OPERATOR CHARGEO 

FOUR CHARGEO WITH DRUG POSSESSION 

WOMAN INDICTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

GANG MEMBER SAID SUSPECT 

ONE CHARGED IN DRUG BUST 

PROBE BRINGS DRUG CHARGES 



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S 2 10/15/81 A 1 N 

H 1 11/20/fll BIN 

H 2 11/26/81 B 1 F Wi". 



H 2 


5/02/81 




1 3 


N 




M 2 


5/03/81 




10 


N 




H 2 


5/J3/B1 




15 


N 




H 2 


5/04/81 




10 


N 




S 2 


5/04/91 




5 


N 




S 2 


5/07/81 




I 


N 


M19 


H 2 


5/09/81 




5 


N 


S51 


H 1 


5/15/81 




1 


N 




S 2 


5/16/Bl 




3 


N 




H 2 


5/17/81 




9 


N 




S 2 


5/20/91 




5 


N 




H 2 


5/21/91 




16 


N 




H 2 


5/22/81 




1 


N 




S 2 


5/22/81 




3 


N 




H 2 


6/03/81 




13 


N 




H 2 


6/03/81 




16 


N 




S 2 


6/03/81 




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N 




H 2 


6/D8/81 




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P 




H 2 


6/09/81 




9 


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H 2 


6/09/81 




12 


N 




H 1 


6/11/81 




1 


N 




S 2 


6/12/91 




4 


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H 2 


6/13/91 




5 


N 




S 2 


6/13/8 




3 


N 




H 2 


6/15/8 




10 


N 




S 2 


6/15/8 




3 


N 




S 2 


6/16/91 




5 


N 




S 2 


6/25/81 




15 


N 




H 2 


7/05/91 




7 


N 




S 2 


7/07/Rl 




1 


N 


U57 


H 2 


7/08/81 




I 


N 




H 2 


7/10/81 




1 


N 


B51 


S 2 


7/10/81 




1 


N 




S 2 


7/10/81 




3 


N 




H 2 


7/11/81 




10 


N 




H 2 


7/17/81 




4 


N 




S 2 


7/17/81 






N 




H I 


7/21/81 






N 




S 2 


7/25/81 






N 




H 2 


a/07/91 




9 


N 




S 2 


a/ia/Bi 




2 


N 




H 2 


8/19/81 




5 


N 




H 2 


9/20/91 




9 


N 




H 2 


9/27/81 




6 


N 




S 2 


8/27/81 




6 


N 




S 2 


a/29/81 




3 


N 




S 2 


9/01/81 




1 


N 




H 2 


9/03/81 




13 


N 




S 2 


9/19/81 




I 


N 




H 2 


9/20/91 




4 


N 




S 2 


9/30/81 




9 


N 




H 2 


10/08/91 




22 


N 




S 2 


10/13/91 




1 


H 


F30 


H 2 


10/1<./81 




1 


N 


A54 


H 2 


10/23/81 




6 


N 




S 2 


lD/24/81 




1 


N 


U57 


H 2 


10/25/91 




1 


N 




S 2 


lD/26/81 




1 


N 


U57 


H 2 


10/27/91 




9 


N 




H 2 


10/27/81 




11 


N 




H 2 


10/29/81 




5 


N 




S 2 


0/29/91 




1 


N 


^.V-, 


S 2 


1/03/91 




1 


N 


U57 


S 2 


1/04/91 




1 


N 




H 2 


1/05/31 




4 


N 




S 2 


1/12/81 




1 


N 




H 2 


11/17/81 




11 


N 


A54 


S 1 


11/19/Bl 




1 


N 




H 2 


U/27/31 




13 


N 




H 2 


11/27/81 




8 


N 




S 2 


11/27/81 




8/ 


N 




S 2 


12/02/81 




19 


N 




H 2 


12/09/91 




10 


N 




H 2 


12/16/81 




6 


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H 2 


12/16/91 


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U/31/XI 



Subjects 



\./\n/»z 



C-»40L0TrE POLfCe. 5*51 makc oRUG ABRFSTS 

TLicF ctM^ci KAN kiih cocaine OQSSESSION 

RALEICn POlICF AiPEST 55 ON DRUG C"A.<GES 
*INGS MOUNTAIN WOMAN KILLED 

OftUGSi DRIVING /laLATIONS 
SEE ALSO CRUG APuSE 
SEE ALST DRU'iKEN DRIVING 

cnuBse SET UP to kelp drugs-driving jffenders 

TEEN treatment facility MAY LDCATE \:i DURHAM 

LET TmE records speak 

CORRECTION 

CLASS FOR POSSESSION 

POSSESSION MEANS SCHOOL FOR DRUG USE 

DRllGSi HEALTH EFFECTS 

SKIN RaShES JFTFN COMMON SIDE EFFECT OF DRUGS 

DOCTOR STUDIES ENZYME'S EFFECTS 

SEEDS PUT 30 STUDENTS IN HOSPITALS 

TAKE CARE «hEN miking holiday CHEER «ITm medICaTION 

nRuGS. LAkS 

SEE ALSO MjaijuANA, lFGISCATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE BUREAU OF IN VE ST I GA TION i DRUG ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO U.S. DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION 

THE DRUG STPUGGLE: PROHIBITION REPRISE 

DRuG TRAFFICKING LAM IS BEING OPPOSED 

ELIMINATING The PROFITS 

ORUGS. MARIJUANA 
SEE MARIJUANA 

DRUGS, PRESCRIPTION 

SEE PRESCR IPTION DRUGS 

ORUGS. RESFaRCh 

SEE ALSO "EOICAL RESEARCH 

LITHIUM OFFERS RELIEF FOR MAN! C-OEPRE SS ION 
DUKE TESTS PROMISING HEART DRUG 
ASTHMA DRUG HAY BE USEFUL FOR BYSSINOSIS 
MULTIDRUG MEDICATIONS CARRY RISK OF SIDE EFFECTS 

ORUGS. SMUGGLING 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES. N.C. 

SEE ALST MARIJUANA 

SEE ALSO "ARIJJANA, SMUGGLING 

JA. JUDGE OEFFNOS SMUGGLERS' RELEASE 

SUSPECTED POT PLANE IS FOUND 

COCA ['IE HAUL IN N.C. 

<,00 POUNDS OF COCAINE SEIZED IN N.C. 

2 ABBAIGNFL ;'l OauG COUNTS 

MENTAL GEAR-SHIFTING 

NErt KIND OF E'lEMv 

POLICE DECLINE CjmmENT ON MUBOER 

SHOOTING VICTIM SAID QUESTIONED IN NARCOTICS CASE 

The drug STRUGGLE: PR0MI3ITIDN REPRISE 

POLICE Say mqtcRCYCLE GANGS' BUSINESSES GROWING 

officials -orrifd by state's popularity with smugglers 
helms' aide rlans attack on drjg trade 
Thief links slain mEll's angel to drug deal 

DRuC USERS Share 9LAME 
ELIMINATING The profits 

ORUGS. TRIALS 

SEE ALSO MARIJUANA, TRIALS 

MS. HARVIN GIVEN TIME SfRVEO ON OBuG COUNT 

DfluG Bust offenoant pleads Guilty 

■SPOT-OWNER DENIES ALLEGATIONS 

OFFICERS TESTIFY IN THE SPOT'S HEARING 

T>.0 CONVICTED SENTENCED IN JANUARY DRUG ROUNDUP 

OOuG CASES AGAI'IST OuO DISMISSED 

JUDGE DISMISSES DRUG CHARGES 

JUDGE SENTENCES. FINES 2 IN COCAINE TRIAL 

Two GET 15-YEJR TERMS IN COCAINE TRAFFICKING CASE 

MAN LONG SOUGHT BY POLICE ENTERS DRUG PLEA 

JUDGE DELAYS SENTENCING ON DRUG PLEAS 

MAN SENTENCED TO 5-10 YEARS FOR DRUG SALE 

WHITE GETS 5-10 YEAR SENTENCE 

JUDGE AMENDS DRUG SENTENCE 

J'JOGE AMENDS DRUG SENTENCE 

WOMAN PLEADS NC CONTEST TO Mypogp 

WOMAN GETS LIFE TERM IN SLAYING 

ORUNK li I CYCLISTS 

SEE BICYCLE LA,S 

SEE BICYCLISTS, TRAFFIC LAWS 

ORUNKEfJ DRIVING 

SEE ALSO eLOOO TESTS 

SEE ALSO BREATHALYZER TEST 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, DRIVING VIOLATIONS 

SEE ALSO Public orunkeness 
SEE ALSO reckless driving 

SOME PANEL MEMBERS SAY LOGOS SHOULD BE BANNED 

DON'T -EAKEN LAwS 

CAR STRIKES i IN Chapel hill 

HERALD WRITER IS CONVICTED 

OPEN BEERS IN CARS MAY BE BANNED 

VOTING FOB Safer roads 

HAPPY FIFTH. , , AT HOME: ICABTOONI 
COURT'S LAi:rY BAFFLING 

WOMAN SERIOUSLY INJURED IN REDwOOO RO. WRECK 
BURLINGTON POLICE APPLYING FOR GRANT 

MALONE Charged with oui 

MALONE hEARI.G sept, 30 

irresponsisle journalism 

venpors asked to help halt underage drinking 

s''i official resigns post 

stqbt wasn't irresponsible 

COMPLAINTS hQllOw 

Three killed. Three INJURED IN CRASH AT kedwood road 

LUCAS CHABGFD WITH DU I 

THIEF STBIKES TRAILER 

MAINE LEADS The way 

OBuNK-DB IVING LAWS NEED SHARPER TEETH 

PATBOL TO Cut use of radar 

JUDGE CONTINUES CASE 

MALONE Case postponed 

TROOPER Shot AFTER HALTING DUI SUSPECT 

AUTO ACCIDENT HURTS »OMAN 

VICKERY FACING TRAFFIC CHARGES 

WRECK HURTS WOMAN 

VICKERY CHARGED wITM Dul 

PA'.fL MAY INVESTIGATE JUDGE 

VICKERY DEiiEs Charges 

WAR ON DRINKING PAYS OFF 



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DATE 



S 2 12/1(>/S1 A 2 

S 2 12/16/91 A ? 

S 2 l2/17/ai A 2 

H 2 12/26/81 A 12 



2 10/23/P1 

2 1D/23/B1 

1 lD/2'./81 

2 10/27/81 
2 10/26/81 
2 10/31/81 



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5 2 6/03/91 

S 2 3/01/81 

H 2 11/15/81 

S 2 12/30/91 



H 2 i/a<)/«\ D '• 
H 2 10/01/81 A 13 
S 2 12/03/Rl A 4 



S 2 7/11/81 A 3 

H 2 a/21/81 A 12 

H 2 9/06/ai A 26 

S 2 12/02/81 A 17 



H 2 


5/31/31 




7 


N 




H 2 


5/31/91 




17 


N 




H 2 


6/09/81 




1 


P P 




H 2 


6/08/81 




8 


N 




H 2 


6/0R/91 




12 


N 




S 2 


6/12/91 




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S 2 


7/27/81 




4 


6 




S 2 


9/06/81 




16 


N 




H 2 


9/07/31 




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N 




H 2 


9/09/91 




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1 


N 




H 2 


3/2<>/ai 




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S 2 


9/21/81 




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S 2 


10/16/81 




1 1 


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S 2 


11/28/81 




4 


E 




S 2 


12/03/91 




4 


E 




H 2 


5/01/91 


A 


5 


N 


S51 


H 2 


6/16/91 


A 


I 1 


N 




H 2 


6/30/81 


B 


1 


N 


B51 


S 2 


6/30/81 


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7 


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H 2 


7/J1/81 





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H 2 


3/14/91 


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12 


N 


851 


S 2 


8/l<./91 


A 


1 1 


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S 2 


1/15/91 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


1/16/31 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


1/22/81 


B 


1 


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651 


S 2 


1/22/81 




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H 2 


10/20/81 


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B51 


S 2 


10/20/81 


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H 2 


10/27/81 


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S 2 


10/27/81 


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10 


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S 2 


12/37/31 


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12/08/91 


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5/06/8 

5/D7/B 

5/18/8 

5/30/9 

a/11/9 

6/15/9 

7/05/8 

7/07/9 

7/13/9 

9/05/9 

9/17/- 

8/1 '/ 

3/26/3 

8/27/9 

3/23/9 

1/01/8 

1/0A/8 

1/06/8 

1/01/9 

9/11/8 

1/11/8 

9/25/9 

9/27/9 

10/01/ 

10/02/9 

10/05/8 

10/08/9 

10/09/8 

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10/01/8 

10/10/9 

10/10/8 

10/12/8 



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f&flsvTH o» fureRS oui plea 
offiCFRs resTifY in malone ca^e 
sfs. vickekv keeps license 

LAWYEO CO'IVICTEO OP DPIVING CHARGE 

JUOCE FINES ■^ALONF 4100 

vKKEtY WILL LOSE LICENSE 

fU» TO FIGUHE IN VICKERV TRIAL 

SOME ANSWERS MEEOED 

ACT AGAINST DRUNKEN DRIVERS 

CAR HITS TRUCK AND OUILDING .rr.r,.. 

APPEALS COURT OVERTURNS DURHAM OUI CONVICTION 

JUOCE OVERTURNS DRUNKEN DRIVING CONVICTION 

TOUGH APPROACH UORKS 

VKKERY tIsIIf1es"e MAS TESTED ON CJULTY bREATHALYZER 

VICKERY SAYS HE WAS TESTET ^^, 

A VISUAL STIMULANT FOR HIGHWAY SAFETY 

SUPERIORS TO -AKE VICKERY TEST RULING 

VICKERY TRIAL IS THURSDAY 

DEALING wITH VICKERY 

LUNCHEON WILL 9EGIN HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM 

uTCKFRY fl\fD SlOO; SENTENCE SUSPENDED 

MOTORISTS' Dull: mWchtSe SIGN WITH ITS MEANING (CARTOON) 

VICKERY GETS FINE, SUSPENDED SENTENCE ON OU I CHARGE 

V CKERY LOSES DRIVER'S LICENSE FOR 6 MONTHS 

VICKERY'S LICENSE TO BE REVOKED 6 MONTHS , ^„ ., ,,,c.,t 

JUDGE'S ORDER NEEDED TO STOP REVOCATION OF VICkERY'S LICEN< 

i0LlDlYS°''HlGH'wArs'!N0 ALCOHOL MAKE POOR MIX 

^yi;il??or?'o'JSA?^0^'R' S^'.I.NG N.C. DRINKING AGE 

JUDGE RULES OUT IMMEDIATE LIFTING OF VICKERY LICENSE 

VICKERY GETS DELAY IN REVOKING LICENSE 

NORLINA'S POLICF CHIEF CHARGED 

WARDEN CHARGED WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING 

WARDEN FACES CHARGE QF OUI 

ADVICE WORTH HEFDING 

ENFORCE DRINKING LAWS ,, , , 

POLICE CHARGE MAN AFTER ACCIDENT 

PRUNKENNESS 

SEE PUBLIC DRUNKENESS 

nuCK HUNTING 

SEE ALSO HUNT IN'. 

DUCKS TRIP LAMB'S TRIGGER 

If YOU CALL DOC'S, HERE'S EVENT FOR YOU 

WATERFOWL PLAGUED WITH VARIED PROBLEMS „„,,.,. 

DIARY OF A OuCK HUNTER: COLD, LONELY, BUT ADDICTED 

HUNTER DROWNS IN BURKE 

WATERFOWL OUTLOOK 

SEARCH FOR MEN RESUMES IN BERTIE 

DUCK HUNTERS STILL SOUGHT 

OUCkS 

CONCERN FOR A DUCK 

SWIMMING CLASS ,,,, 

DUCKLING: CREATE A RECIPE, WIN CONTEST 

GREETING THE MEW DAY 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

REFLECTIONS 

DUCKS UNLIMITED 

SEE ALSO HUNTING 

IF YOU CALL OUCKS, HERE'S EVENT FOR YOU 
VETERAN GAME WARDEN TO ADDRESS OU BANQUET 
OUTDOOR NOTES 
DUTOOOR NOTES 

DUKE ALZHEIMER'S f'MILY SUPPORT NETWORK 
SEE ALSO ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 

GROUP SEE'S TO HELP FAMILIES OF ALZHEIMER' 

SUMMARY SET ON ALZHEIMER DRUG STUDIES 

DUKE PROGRAM ENCOURAGES SELF-HELP FOR CHRONICALLY ILL 

PROGRAM STRESSES SELF-HELP FOR VICTIMS 

ALZHEIMER SUPPORT UNIT PLANS MEETING 

ALZHEIMER'S MEETING SET 

ALZHEIMER GROUP MEETS THURSDAY 

DUKE ARTIST SERIES 

SEE DURE UNIV. ARTISTS SERIES 

DUKE CAMPUS CLUB 
SEE OUKE UNIV. 



'S DISEASE VICTIMS 



CAMPUS CLUB 



DUKE CANCER INFORMATION SERVICE 
SEE CANCER INFORMATION SERVICE 
SEE DUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 



'^UKE CHAPEL 

SEE OUkE UNIV. 



CHAPEL 



OUf E CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

SEE ALSO DUKE MF.IORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
SFE ALSO METHODISTS 

DUKE'S Chapel to observe I'.IST ANNIVERSARY 

duke endowment 

see also ouke univ., gifts c fund raising 
duke is benfficiary 
lincoln gwen ouke grant 
center gets grant 
endowment aids adoption program 
hospital receives 5900,000 grant 

ouke forest 

Christmas is making early appearance 

riggsbee shelter 

new hope run to raise funds 

ouke forest development corp. , ,_ 

",0 office condominiums planned at i?-million cost 
condominiums to be energy efficient 



FOREST PLACE (OFFICE CONDOMINIUMS! 

<,0 (OFFICE CONDOMINIUMS PLANNED AT t3- 

CONCOMINIUMS TO BE ENERGY EFFICIENT 



'ILLION COST 



OUKE GARDENS 

SFE SARAH P. 



OUKE GARDENS 

SPORTS, 



Duke golf school 

see also ouke un 

see also golf 
dutch treat at ouke 
plaque for cooperation 



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10/27/81 


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N U5 7 


H 2 


10/28/91 


B 




N G53 


H 2 


10/28/81 


B 




N 951 


S 2 


10/29/91 




I P 


N 


S 2 


10/29/81 






N 


H 2 


10/30/91 






N 


S 2 


10/30/81 






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H 2 


11/02/91 






L 


H I 


11/03/91 






N 


H 2 


1 /07/ai 




12 


N 


5 2 


1 /J7/81 




15 


N 


S 2 


1 /10/ni 






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S 2 


11/16/91 






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H 2 


11/21/81 






N W36 


S 2 


11/21/"1 






N 


H 2 


11/2-5/81 






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H 2 


12/01/81 




1 P 


N W36 


S 2 


12/01/91 






N 


S 2 


12/02/91 






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12/02/91 






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N W36 


H 2 


12/0'./8l 




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T R56 


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12/0<,/91 






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S 2 


12/OS/al 




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H 2 


12/06/81 






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S 2 


12/07/91 






N W36 


S 2 


12/09/81 






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H 2 


12/09/91 






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S 2 


12/09/91 




1 P 


N U57 


H 2 


12/11/91 




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N 


H 2 


12/12/91 






N W36 


S 2 


12/12/91 






N 


H 1 


12/16/91 






N 


S 2 


12/21/91 






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H 2 


12/22/91 






N 


S 2 


12/22/91 






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S 2 


12/23/81 






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S 2 


12/31/91 






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7/12/81 
9/13/91 
10/U/Bl 
ll/OB/91 
11/27/91 
12/06/81 
12/26/81 



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F W60 
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5/29/91 
8/01/91 
8/06/91 
8/31/91 
10/08/91 
10/15/81 



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S56 
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2 lD/ll/81 B 9 P N 

2 11/09/81 B 9 N 

2 12/13/91 B 12 N 



5/03/91 
5/27/91 
6/20/31 
6/22/91 
7/27/81 
a/26/81 
9/21/al 



H 2 9/12/81 A 9 P N 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



6/03/91 
8/11/81 
3/1 1/81 
a/22/81 
12/09/81 



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2 10/10/91 
2 U/28/ei 



1 U S36 
9 P P C56 
3 N 



H 2 10/23/91 A 1 
S 1 10/23/81 C 1 



H 2 10/23/91 A 
S 1 10/23/91 C 



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1 N 



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a/06/81 A 7 P P H99 



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nu« e rtC^esTeAo and TObACCo factory ctmplfx 

SEE OUKE H0"E5TEA0 STATE HISTORIC SITE 

OUKE HONESTEAO STATE HISTORIC SITE 
SEE ACSn TOBACCO, HISTORY 
A DAY 0' FESTIVALS 
TGUPNEY STARTING 
HOMESTEAD IS mINIVACaTION 
HERB TASTING TO 3E SEPT. 6 
TASTY HERBS 

HISTORICAL AbARO GIVEN FOR OUK E HOMESTEAD SITE 
HISTORIC GROUPS SALUTED 
FINE WORK GETS BOOST 

AUCTION WITH Extras 

PRESERVATION EFFORTS H IN DESERVED RECOGNITION 

RELUCTANT ROOKIE GETS SHOT ON DAY THAT TOBACCO'S KING 

APPLEWHITE, PRICE, LUODINGTON WIN AWARDS 

DESERVED ACCOLADES 

OUKE HOMESTEAD HAS TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS 

DUKE HOSPITAL 

DOCTORS AT nuKE REATTACH WOMAN'S SCALP 

alSHOP MAKING HOSPITAL ROUNDS 

S.C. FIRST LADY HAS OUKE OPERATION 

OUKF hospital staff PRAISED 

OUKE HOSPITAL SPECIAL 

FFLTS gets HEALTH AWARD 

PROGRAM FOi* PEDIATRICS WARD 

nu-E HOSPITAL, ADMINISTRATION 

OUKE HOSPITAL PAIR PROMOTED 

Duke HOSPITAL, BUDGET 

DUKE HOSPITAL FEARS ><,.5 MILLION REVENUE LOSS 
DUKE HOSPITAL PUTS HIRING ON 'HARD' ICE 
DUKE HOSPITAL FREEZES HIRING 

OUKE HOSPITAL. CHARITY PATIENTS 
SEE ALSO Duke hospital, RATES 
OFFICIAL RAPS N.C. MEMORIAL 

OUKE HOSPITAL, DIRECTOR 
PECK LEAVING Duke 
PECK LEAVES DUKE FOR ALAbAMA POST 

OUKE HOSPITAL. EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO AMEklCAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO nuKE UMV. MEDICAL CENTER, EMPLOYEES 

HOSPITAL FREEZES HIRING 

CONTROLLER IS NAMED AT HOSPITAL 

OUKF HOSPITAL PUTS HIRING ON 'HARD' ICE 

OUKE HOSPITAL FREEZES HIRING 

OUKE HOSPITAL, FIRFS 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., FIRES 
SEE ALSO FIRES. DURHAM 
DUKE HOSPITAL SMOKED UP 

OUKE HOSPITAL, NURSES 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, NURSES 
SEE ALSO NURSES, DURHAM 

NURSES' PAY TO RISE SHARPLY 

NURSES MAY GET PAY RAISE 

90A«0: Duke suit settled 

OUKE HOSPITAL, PEDIATRICS 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, DEPT. OF PEDIATRICS 

FIGHTING FOR breath: INFANT FOUNO HELP IN OUKE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT 

ARTHRITIS: 'OLD PEOPLE'S DISEASE' AFFLICTS 250,000 CHILDREN NATIONWIDE 

CLASSIC COOPERATION 

Hfa SCULPTURE WORKS MAGIC 

FESTIVITIES 3RIGHTEN CHILD'S HOSPITAL STAY 

DECK The tree 

Duke HOSPITAL, RATES 

SEE ALSO DUKE HOSPITAL, CHARITY PATIENTS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, PATES 

DUKE HOSPITAL RATES MAY INCREASE IH 

HOSPITAL FREEZES HIRING 

HOSPITALS HOPING TO KEEP COSTS DOWN 

OUKE HOSPITAL, ROBRERIES 

THIEVES GET TV MONITORS FROM DUKE 

nu»E HOSPITAL ADVISORY BOARD 

Three advisors named to duke hospital panel 
3 JOIN hospital advisory board 

duke hospital auxiliary 

junior volunteers honored 

scholarship RECIPIENTS 

OUKE HOSPITAL AUXILIARY MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE 

DUKE HOSPITAL NORTH 

PROF'S Talk to Challenge common views of old age 
madoox will discuss retirement, elderly 
duke north is big business 
Chorus brings cheer 

DUKE hospital poison control center 

SEE ALSO FOOD POISONING 
SEE ALSO LEAD POISONING 
SEE ALSO POISONINGS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO POISONS 

SUPPORT FOR CHILD SAFETY NOTED 

HOLIDAY SAFETY FAIR SET AT DuKE TOMORROW 

SEEDS PUT 30 STUDENTS IN HOSPITALS 

OUKE INVITATIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT 

SEE DUKF UNIV. FALL GOLF TOURNAMENT, MEN 

nuKE MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

SEE ALSO OUKE CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
SEE ALSO METHODISTS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

FALL BAZAAR 

CHARITY BAZAARS ARE NICE PLACE TO SHOP 

OUKE MOTOR LODGE ICHAPFL HILL ST.l 

ROBBERY REPORTED AT MOTEL IN DURHAM 

DUKE PARK 

ADJUSTMENT BOARD REJECTS OUKE PARK VARIANCE REQUEST 
CITY POOLS TO OPEN SATURDAY 



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OnjBLF THE PL'=ASU»t 

KFePING CQUL 

WHEEL Of FUH , ,„. 

yiE^OwI^lSG LilRL^?? OUKE PARK 

JnUCE flio MUSOEPEO WUHAN IN OUK f PAPK 

ItfK ChubLI^ in slaying of yO"AN IN OOKE PARK 

"!,o\e JppniNrs IttopVys IN MUROEP CASE 

*N0 THEN JOHN GQR''IE SAlO* 'LET THfcHt Bt I L c 
"^'^ iS5Sa?l?SHS°jli^l%&SrJ2^^'iiKuNCE .OUESI 

"""Iee'IlsSSu-hp* theater at duke 

^^fT;^^^a;;^|flStNS°KS^E'^LAVERS SEASON 

:lil ;3veI|;'?S ASIli^EufBioiNNING for OUKE PLAYERS 
■hStEL PABADISO- -ILL BEGIN SFASON FOR OUKE PLAYERS 
OUKE, NCCU CROUPS TO 5TAGE COMEDIES 
OUKE PLAYERS TO OPEN NEW SEASON uITH farce 

;ir'.t'^'nui'-V4?-'tair^u'''sUi- funny too 

nilJp Players 'PARKLE IN •CARBONATED RAINBOW 
Ou" ptlrEKS' -CARBONiTED RAINBOW FOR ALL AGES 

"""^FE^'iSK^ ^8?J??iL'ISllSN CONTROL CENTER 
""'^uJPSo^^^'S^^S.Si^'Fe^^lu^^ER CRUNCH 

ro^.H'"PL^AhriN"vrsT2?^?rs.rj^uit:r" 

BUS STOP SHOULD BE ADDED „,,,e- 

EARF HIKE APPBOVED FOR DURHAM BUSES ,„,,,,,->. 

b5s RATE HIKE APPROVAL FUELS CITIZEN'S CRITICISM 

&??flT'?Jf Ia5"§a?e'iRcREASE5 -ill serve REGIONAL GROWTH 
iilc. POWER COMPANIES CITE NEED FOR MONEY 
SjKE'SSwfB OeI"lOPS,PCB DISPOSAL PLAN 

Sr'JiiwE2''S^RGl^ fA ^KG^EL^^'lJlCrrrDURING HEAT WAVE 
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LOW-POWFR LICENSE CALLED MOOT 

's^l'i'-SJ^Ht's^cfTY ON TRANSIT SYSTEM 

il^rKE^/E^hT^L^^l? fS'e'S STAND 

nilKF POWER HAS TO BUY ELECTRICITY 

gu" pSwER bills will increase in AUGUST 

DUKE'S HCGUISlE ATTRACTS ■"'OySTRY 

nuKF pnwER REDUCES LONG-RANGE FORECAST 

Pnulo pcIk DE-ANDS may not HELP CONSUMERS 

oSkI pSEIS ^rJ OEStSoy waste OIL CONTAINING PC B 

NOTICE OF TRANSIT INCREASE 

GROUP QUESTIONS N-PLANT 
DUKE POWER TO PAY DIVIDEND 

OUKpPoiER RATE REQUEST HEARING HELO 

ELECTRICITY USE ON MONDAY ALL-TIME HIGH 

BUS FARES INCREASE SATURDAY .„,^^ .,,,, 

NUCLEAR PLANT SHUTDOWN WILL AFFECT BILLS 

NUCLEAR PLANT SECURITY VIOLATED 

'oSJf'pJwES'SuuBLES SECURITY AFTER FIRE AT MCGUIRE N-PL.NT 

^yrosl'DlL?!TU"c^?Y^-H?tr R TED AT BULLS GAME 

OUKE POWER TO CLEAN UP SHORELINES 

WM'B^'^^rin ^w^t.i.. reaction 

N-FuEL SHIPMENTS AUTHORIZED 

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DUKE POWER'S RATE HIKE SAID TOO HIGH 

SECURITY PLAN FOR N-WASTES TRUCKS DRAWN 

RATES GROUP PLANS MEETING WITH STATE 

CABLE TV PLEDGES pEEDUPN COUNTY 

AUDIT MEASURES ENERGY EFFICIENCY 

ENERGY CHECKUPS PROVIDED 

COMPANY HAY HELP IN LOANS 

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Tn'nTlh''=°ninloTi'^\ulhT,^^J^ HIKE REQUEST 

HEARING ON RATE HIKE TONIGHT 

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CITIZENS DEBATE RATE INCREASE 

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POWER FIRMS SEEK INCREASE IN ASH LIMIT 

CONTROVERSY ARISES OVER WARM WATER IN LAKE NORMAN 

MCGUIRE "uCl:-AR PLANT TO BE STARTED UP 

OCONEE N-PLANT TAKEN OFF LINE 

DATA ON OLDER NUCLEAR PLANTS fOUGHT 

'.h'u\.r.r.'.r'V.l6urd SSlEJTu^fNf^iRST test 

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NUCLEAR PLANT OUT OF SERVICE 

GRANT FUNDS BUS STUDY 

PANEL BACKS BUS STUDY GRANT ^ , ^ , ^. .,,,, 

UTILITIES OFFER wAYS TO FIGHT RISING BILLS 

NUCLEAR FUEL LICENSE MAY COME THIS WEEK 

FIRM CACHING IN ON WASTEPAPER 

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OUKE POWER LINKS RATES TO INVESTORS 
DUKE POWER \1'a REPORT WINS AWARO 
OUKE POWER'S EARNINGS RISE 

OUKE PQwEB CO.. SALES ANO EARNINGS 
SEE DukE POwER CO., EARNINGS 

OUKE POwEH CC, STOCKHOLDERS 

DUKE POWER LINKS RATES TO INVESTORS 

DUKE P»I"«TE FACILITY , , 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS. HEOICAL RESEARCH ,,,„„ 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR TmE STUDY OF PRIMATE BIOLOGY ANO HISTORY 
•-IS5 KITTY- CO"ES TO OURMAH 

OUKE READING CENTER 

SFi: ALSO PuRham city SCHOOLS. CURRICULUM 
SEE ALSO READING 

SEE ALSn -sjCCESS-in-readinG" program 

REA'^ING PROGRAM PRAISED 

ru«E SPORTS HALL JF CAME 

SATURDAY'S HEROES ENSHRINED AT OUKE 
OUKE INDUCTS ■> 
DUKE CHEATS 

Duke ST. 

LIGGETT REZONING RECOMMENDED 

OUK 6 UN I V . 

OUKE'S INFLUENCE 

OUKE PICKED FOR FILM Shots 

DUKE TO BE FILMING SITE 

THEY'RE HUNTING FOR A GOVERNOR 

DURHAM HAS A 'BRAINSTORM" „, , ,, 

N.C. CONGRESSMEN SEEK PROBE INTO CORPORATE LEAF ALLOTMENTS 

GROUP PROSING TROPICS BUYS I. ^00 ACRES 

DUKE JNIV.. ADMINISTRATION 

OUKE APPOINTS INTERNAL AUDIT CHIEF 

OUKE UNIV.. ADMISSIONS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., ENROLLMENT 
SEE ALSO 0U«£ UNIV.. STUDENTS 

OUKE TO ACCOMMODATE PART-TIME GRAD STUDENTS 
HIGH ADMISSIONS MAY NOT BRInC higher ENROLLMENT 

DUKE UNIV.. ALUMNI 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARDS 

SEE ALSO OuKc UNIV. LAW SCHOOL. ALUMNI 

SEE ALSO Ou>E uMV. MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

REAGAN NOMINEE ATTENDED OUKE 

ACTIVITIES SET FOR DUKE ALU"NI WEEkE'.O 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: what The mailman BROUGHT 

OUKE ALUMNI HAVE NEW PRESIDENT 

FIShER new pRFSIOENT OF OUKE ALUMNI GROUP 

•GLOOMY GuS' RECALLS DUKE DAYS 

OUKE ALUMNI BACK SaNFORO ON NUON ISSUE 

OUKE ALUMNI GIVF SANFORD YES VOTE 

BUDGET Cuts may HURT N.C. human SERVICES 

Duke UNIV.. "ROAOwAY AT OuK E SERIES 

SEE ALSO Summer theater at duke 

BROADWAY at duke opens with BARBARA COOK 
CURTAIN RISES SOON ON BROADWAY AT DUKE 
OUKE SETS 'CHRISTMAS CAROL' 

" SEE ALSO COMMITTEE FOR CORPORATE SUPPORT OF PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES INC. 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., GIFTS C FUND RAISING 
SEE ALSO Duke uNIV.. RETRENCHMENT PLAN 
DUKE GETS »^1 MILLION 
MEDICAL PROFS GET LONGE" PROBATION 
DUKE SALUTED FOR CUTTING COSTS 
DRIVE FOR \0 SCHOOLS STEPPED UP 
DUKE Plans ARTS. SCIENCE FUND DRIVE 
OUKE HOTEL PROFITS MAY HELP PERKINS LIBRARY 
JNC, OUKE WATCHING LEGISLATURE 

Duke UNIV.. PUlLIING PROJECTS 

SEE ALST CUKE UNIV.. INVESTMENTS 
SEE ALSO DukE UNIV.. PROPERTY 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., STUDENT CENTER , ,^ ,^„ 

SEE ALSO JOSEPH M. AND KATHLEEN PRICE BRtAN ONIV. CENTER 
CITY OuILOING LEVEL UP 

OukE UNIV.. CHANCELLOR'S OFFICE 

pye resigns to teach at duke 

pye stepping down. Chancellor search begins 

pye rates high as retrenchment chancellor 

ouke univ.. christmas tree 
SEE ALSO Christmas trees 



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TI^E ID LIOHJ THE TSEE 

DUKE TO LIGHT TBEt , ^ 

DUKE TO LIGHT ITS TOEE IN TUESDAY CEREMONIES 

T'EF L IGHTING inMORIOH 

STA»aT, SIAB«» NIGHT 

HOLIDAY ILLU'^INATION 

nu» r: UNIV.t CG^MENCEHENT 

SEE ALSO DUKE UMV., HQMOBARY OEG»EES 
STY«GN WILL AIORESS OUKE ' S GRADUATION 
DIPLO'^ASt CEhEMONIES AT OUKE SHO^ CHANGES 
2.^00 TO GRADUATE FRO" OUKE 

STyOO^: UNREASONING FEAR PITFALL FOR NATION 
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wORLOWIOE^tNTERDERENDENCE NEEOEOi RErNOLDS CHIEF SAYS 

LOOKING AT CRf^wD 

STyRON: FEaR OF SYSTEM POISONS 

DURHAH PEOPLE RECEIVE OUKE DEGREES 

Duke UNIV.. CO-PUTERS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO CUKE UNIV. COMPUTER KAMP 
SEE ALSO OUKE/UNC COMPUTER SCIENCE COLLOOUIUM 
OUKE GIVEN -SUPER MINI-COMPUTER' 

OUKE UNIV.. CONCERTS 
STUDENT CONCERT 

TOSH PY gtsh: 

TOSH DEL IVERS Lf 
DUKE CHAMBER ART 
PIANO SHARES THE 
JAPANESE TO PERF 
PIANO RECI TAL Wl 
MISS COOK'S CONC 
COOK IN CONCEPT 
OUKE CmaPFL ORGA 
CONCERT SLATEn S 
CONCERT SUNDAY A 
ARTURO C IGMPl TO 

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clarinet recital 
bfach boys at OU 
CANADIAN brass: 
THE 6EACM BOYS B 
FREE MUSIC PROGR 
PIEDMONT ORChEST 
TCHAIKOVSKY FEA5 
P^W CAMP COMPOS I 
JOGFRI TRIO PFRF 
MOJART MASS '<AKE 



SET AT OUKE 

GENOARY DOSE OF REGGAE 
S SOCIETY SERIES 

SPOTLIGHT SUNDAY NIGHT 
ORM 

LL FEATURE 60ESEN00RFER 
ERT FRIDAY 

N RECITAL SET SUNDAY 

ATUROAY 

T DUKE 

PE'>FOR'' 
MINES IN CONCERT 

IS TONIGHT 
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EVENING OF FUN IN PAGE AT OUKE 
RING CALIFORNIA TO CAMERON 
AM 

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T SCHEDULED 
TION TO BE PLAYED 
ORMS 
S U.S. PREMIERE IN DUKE CHAPEL 



OUKE UNIV.. CONFERENCES 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV.. SEMINARS 
SEE ALSO Duke UNIV.. SYMPOSIA 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV.. WORKSHOPS , ^ 

OUKE PLANS CONFERENCE ON IMMIGRATION. ETHNICITY 

OUKE TO MOST MEETING ABOUT IMMIGRATION 

CHURCH ART MEET PLANNED 

OUKE SPONSORING CHEMISTRY MEETING 

OUKE PLANS Chemistry conference 

LEADERS NAMED FOR CONFERENCE 

CONFERENCE SCHEDULED AT OUKE 

CHEMISTS GATHER FOR CONFERENCE 

GOVERNORS. EX-GOVERNORS TO ATTENO DUKE CONFERENCE 

GOVERNMENT LEADERS STRESS NEED TO RESTORE CONFIDENCE OF PUBLIC 

GOVERNMENT ACTIONS UNDERMINE CONFIDENCE 

DUKE UNIV.. CONSTRUCTION 

SEE OUKE UNIV.. BUILDING PROJECTS 

OUKE UNIV.. CRIMES 

SEE ALSO CRIMES. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CUKE UNIV. CAMPUS POLICE 

AUTHORITIES Charge man in assault 

Two CHARGED IN ASSAULTS AT DUKE 
ALL BUT ONE ASSAULT CLEARED 

OUKE UNIV.. DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES 
NEW POSITION FILLED AT DUKE 
JOHNSTON GETS OUKE POST 

PUKE UNIV.. DIRECTOR OF SPONSORED PROGRAMS 

SHUMATE SELECTED DUKE'S SPONSORED PROGRAMS OIRECTOK 
DAVID R. Shumate APPOINTED TO POST AT OUKE 

DUKE UNIV.. EAST CAMPUS 
FEEDING TIME 

FIRE DAMAGES OUKE BUILDING 
APPRECIATING NATURE 
ROCKY REPAIR 

DUKE UNIV.. EAST CAMPUS LIBRARY 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. LIBRARIES 

DUKE EXHIBIT EXAMINES CONTEMPORARY CULTURE 
'PERSONALITIES. PORTRAITS' EXHIBITED AT DUKE LIBRARY 

DUKE UNIV.. EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE. COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO DUKE HOSPITALf EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., STAFF 

SEE ALSO OUKE uf:IV. MEDICAL CENTER. EMPLOYEES 

LOOKING AT WINNER 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE HIGHER EDUCATION SET 

OUKE WORKERS VOTE TO STRIKE 

DUKE EMPLOYEES THREATEN STRIKE 

DUKE TALKS CONTINUE AS CONTRACT EXPIRES 

OUKE Talks contIi-jue 

DUKE. UNION negotiators REACH ACCORD 
OUKE REACHES AGREEMENT WITH UNION 
DUKE PROGRAM PREVENTING INJURIES 

OUKE UNIV.. ENROLLMENT 

SFE ALSO OUKE UNIV.. ADMISSIONS 
SEE ALSO PUKE UNIV.. STUDENTS 

DUKE ENROLLMENT DIPS 

DUKE ENROLLS FEwER BLACKS 

TUKE UNIV., ETHNIC STUDIES 

SEE ALSO U.S. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE 
DUKE TO MOST MEETING ABOUT IMMIGRATION 

Duke UNIV., FACULTY 

SFE ALSO DUKE u'llv. ACADEMIC COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO OUKC UNIV. FUJUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, FACULTY 

3 DUKE PROFESSORS CHOSEN 



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ll/28/»l 


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12/02/91 


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H 2 


12/04/81 


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12/0'./81 


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5/07/81 


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5/01/81 


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7/31/81 D 

8/07/81 

')/2'./Pl D 

9/25/ai A 

9/25/91 D 

■)/2S/9l A 

10/08/81 A 

10/09/91 

10/09/81 A 

10/09/91 A 

10/15/91 A 

10/22/91 

10/22/81 

10/23/91 A 

10/23/91 A 

10/23/91 

10/26/81 B 



1D/29/R1 

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10/30/81 

11/09/81 A 

11/12/81 

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5/15/81 




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1 1 


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10/08/91 




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12/05/81 




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12/09/81 




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H 2 12/19/81 C 1 N W24 

5 2 12/18/81 C 1 N 



9/18/61 
9/21/81 



12/02/81 
12/03/91 



16 
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H 2 7/27/81 A 9 

W 2 7/30/81 A 12 

S 2 10/15/81 B 1 

S 2 10/22/91 B 1 



R91 
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H 2 



5/07/81 
5/17/ai 



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3 P U H45 



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S51 


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6/25/91 


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6 N 




H 


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7/01/81 


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S51 


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7/01/91 


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7/02/91 


B 


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S51 


s 


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7/02/91 


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7/19/81 


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H 2 9/26/81 C 1 N W24 



S 2 5/13/81 A 13 N 



H 2 5/05/81 a 6 N 



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M4«»n SiLuiES L»rE ouke pdofcssjb 

H[STC«V pejF wI'JS AWARD 

nITT BECEIVfS SPECIAL AjAKD 

OU»E P«CF «!nS »F« 'lOaK AUARO 

OU«e PaOfESSCP SAYS FINCING RIGHT LANGUAGE KEY TO HIS "0«K 

SILITUDE IS POET'S 9EST ERIENO 

3 GET FElLOhSmIPS 

3 OUKf PHOFS TO ATTEND M ICrtOELECTSOM C S MEET 

OU<E PRCFS PaOHTTEO 

COONEY TO hEaO nuKE DEPARTMENT 

PRQEESSORS WILL JOIN CONFERENCE 

NIXON LIBRARY DRAWS FOES 

REACTION TO NIxON LIBRARY UNCLEAR 

NIXON LIBRARY: A PRIZE FDR DUKE 

TRUSTEES "AY r.ET NIXON ISSUE NEXT wEEK 

SiNFQRO AGREES TO DELAY ACTION ON NIXON LI3RARY 

DU»F-NIX0N VERDICT SEPT. 4 

DUKF LISTS FACULTY WExSERS RETIRING 

A HOME FOR TnE NIXON PAPERS 

NIXON lIoRaRy viewed as ASSET 

3 GET FulPRIGhT GRANTS 

MX~N LlfiRARY FOES SPARK FACULTY MEET 

NIxON LIBRARY wnuLC BRING SHAME 

Og<P FACULTY "EMBERS SPEAK ON PROPOSED N I XJN LIBRARY 

mEyES TAKING LEAVE 

IT WAS SmOJTh sailing for NIXON AT OUKE. . .FOR A WHILE 

■INSTITUTE FOR STUDY OF CORRUPT GOVERNMENT' 

OUKE TRUSTEES SHOULD PURSUE LIBRARY OIALQCUE 

PAL"ER VISITS VIRGINIA SCHCHL 

DP. MEYER ON SABBATICAL 

PRESnENTIAL LIBRARIES ATTRACTIVE TO TOURISTS 

LIBRARY PROTEST UNwORTHY OF DUKE 

NlxCN LIBRARY CONTROVERSY AT OUKE ICAPTOONI 

LIBRARY DECISION UP TO MANAGEMENT 

Think ABOUT PARKING PROBLEM 

If OUKE SAYS NO. BENEFITS GO ELSEWHERE 

'PRINCE OF DARKNESS'? 

LIBRARY WOULD BE GREAT GIFT TO DUKE 

SOME QUESTIONS UNANSWERED ON NIXON LIBRARY 

wnC^L PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY NOW IN PLACE 

ACADEMIC COUNCIL NIXES LIBRARY 35-3'. 

UNIVERSITY ShOULU ACCEPT NIXON LIBRARY 

GO-ahEaC given nIxcn library: OUK E TRUSTEES UNIT SUPPORTS PROPOSAL 5 
DUKE TRUSTEES vOTE TmE IR APPROVAL TO BEGIN NIXON LIBRARY NcGOTIATIJN 
OLIVE BRANCH EXTENDED: DUKE COUNCIL 'AGENDA' ASKED 
DUKE FACULTY STILL AGAINST ANY MEMORIAL TO NIXON 

DUKE'S Integrity at stake? 

'IT DIDN'T START WITH WATERGATE' 

NO-CONFIDENCE VOTE SOUGHT 

PROFESSOR CRITICIZES SANFORO 

BARBER CRITICIZES PICTURE IN HERALD 

ANTI-SANFOwO MOVE VIEWED AS wEak 

PPRSPECTIVE LACKING IN NIXON LIBRARY FUROR 

DUKE LISTS PROMOTIONS. APPOINTMENTS 

DOUBLE STANDARDS AMONG THE ACADEMICS 

EIGHT UN OUKE MEDICAL FACULTY PROMOTED 

DUKE'S STUDENT PRESIDENT VETOES VOTE ON LIBRARY 

LIBRARY ISSUE PARTLY ONE OF SEMANTICS 

STUDENT LEADER VETOES VOTE 

SANFOOO'S TACTICS RILE SOME ON OUKE FACULTY 

library: SANrORD DIDN'T PLAY FAIR 

CURIOUS MACHINATIONS 

OUKE ALUMNI "AC" SanFORO on NIXON ISSUE 

faculty not unanimous 

vote wasn't for library 

west: city can help n i xon library 

poll: library backed 

'IMPEACH NIXON library,' PROTESTERS CRY 

OUKE BOARD URGED TO CONSULT FACULTY 

LIBRARY wOULO HARM DUK E 

DUKE PROFS TO DINE 

50 DUKE PROFESSORS WILL BE HONORED AT BANQUET 

SUPPORT ANNOUNCEMENT DUE 

FACULTY GROUP BACKS LIBRARY 

7^ ON FACULTY SIGN PRO-LIBRARY PAPER 

MORE Than 70 DUKE FACULTY MEMBERS BACK NIXON LIBRARY 

COMMITTEE FORMED TO OPPOSE LIBRARY 

NIXON LIBRARY FOES FORM DUKE CAMPUS OPPOSITION 

LISTENING TO REASON 

MANY AT DUkE favor NIXQN LIBRARY PROPOSAL 

SANFORO NOT 'The BOSS' 

HANDLER A FINE CHOICE FOR TOP SCIENCE AWARD 

ELEVEN FACULTY mjmsERS GET PROMOTIONS AT DUKE 

OUKE FACULTY STUDY RAPS ADMINISTRATION 

OUKE COUNCIL DELAYS NIXCN CONSULTATION REPORT 

NIXON DOESN'T DESERVE A LIBRARY 

OUKE ADDS FACULTY AT BUSINESS SCHOOL 

OUKE PROFESSORS tC DISCUSS NIXON LIBRARY 

SUPPORT FOR NIXON LIBRARY EXPECTED FROM FACULTY PANEL 

DUKE SEEKS NEW FUNDS 

SANFORO SAYS NEW SOURCES NEEDED FOR DUKE 

DUKE OFFICIALS TO RESUME TALKS ABOUT NIXON LIBRARY 

SANFORO BACKS NIXON LIBRARY STAND TAKEN BY COUNCIL 

SANFORO SUPPORT KEEPS LIBRARY TALKS IN MOTION 

■WE'RE WILLING TO NEGOTIATE. . .' (CARTOONI 

CLOSING A GREAT MINO 

NIXON MUSEUM WOuLO SERVE PuTURE 

GRAO STUDENTS TO HONOR PSYCHOLOGIST FROM OUKE 

FACULTY'S STAND NOT BINDING IN NIXON LIBRARY NEGOTIATIONS 

OUKE TEACHER NAMED EDITOR 

SANFORO REASSURES FACULTY ON LIBRARY 

SOME FACULTY ■DISTRESSED" BY DuKE TRUSTEE^S STANCE 

KORNbERG NAMEO EDITOR OP JOURNAL 

OU«F FACULTY SETS LIBRARY OEdATE 

OUKE ACADEMIC COUNCIL TO MEET ON JOINING NIXON LIBRARY TALKS 

GOOOwYN GETS GRANT 

JOHNSTON IS PRESIDENT 

HISTORIAN AT OUKE GETS tSO.OOD GRANT 

UNITY URGED FOR NIXON LIBRARY TALKS 

OUKE FACULTY SEEKS UNITY ON NIXON LIBRARY CONDITIONS 

Duke library negotiators ^0 OPPOSE NIXON MUSEUM 

NixON LAWYER AWAITS DUKE LIBRARY DECISION 

DECISION PLEASES SOME MEMBERS OP OUKE FACULTY 

mitfC a. ID civc u.mo n r t '\CDn< t T z ■ TkPiv In ^ i 



DECISION PLEASES SOME MEMBERS OP OUKE FACULTY 

OUKE PAIR SAYS M»j0R OIL DEPOSITS LIKELY IN EAST AFRICA 

LARGE OIL DEPOSITS may EXIST IN EAST AFRICA 

TOuSTFES TXO TALKS OPENED ON PROPOSED NIXON LIBRARY 

MIDDLE-OF-THE-ROAD FREEDOM 




rriii.ir "•-.uLC DIES 

OR. HANDLER, OUKE SCIENTIST, DIES 
OR. HANDLER DIES 

OUKE UNIV., FACULTY SALARIES 



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5/2<./Rl 


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6/u/a 


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C 11 


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7/03/8 


e 1 


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7/17/8 


A 6 


N 


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B/14/8 


A 1 


N S51 


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8/14/8 


C 1 


N F30 


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8/15/9 


A A 


E 


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3/15/3 


B 1 


P N S5l 


H 




B/16/S 


A 1 


N 551 


H 




3/20/P 


A I 


N S51 


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8/27/8 


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8/28/8 


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8/31/8 


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9/03/3 


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P N G53 


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9/05/3 


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P N F30 


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A 1 


P N S51 


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P N F30 


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9/13/9 


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9/13/3 


1 4 


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9/15/8 


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P N G53 


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9/15/e 




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9/16/8 


A i; 


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H 




9/16/9 




N 


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9/15/9 




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9/16/8 


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9/17/9 




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9/17/9 


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9/20/9 


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9/21/9 


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9/23/8 




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9/2'./9 




N S51 


H 




9/2'./9 


A 10 


P N 


H 




9/27/8 




N 


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9/27/9 




P N W24 


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9/23/9 




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lD/02/9 


All 


P N 


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10/02/9 


A 11 


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1D/05/S 




N 


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10/06/9 


A 10 


N 


H 




10/07/9 




N W24 


S 




10/07/9 




N F30 






10/0"/9 




N 


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10/09/9 




N 86 1 


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10/10/9 




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10/11/3 




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10/12/3 




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10/13/3 




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10/13/3 


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10/16/9 




N W24 


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10/16/3 




N S93 


H 




0/21/9 




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10/22/9 




N 


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10/29/9 




N 


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10/29/3 




N 


H 




lD/29/8 




N W24 


s 




0/29/fl 




N F30 


s 




0/30/8 




N F30 


M 




0/31/9 




N W24 


s 




10/31/9 




N F30 






11/01/9 




T T P45 


s 




11/05/9 




E 


H 




U/07/9 




L 


s 




11/11/9 


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N 


H 




11/13/9 




N 


H 




11/15/9 




N 


H 




11/15/9 




N 


H 




11/16/9 


: B 1 


N W24 


s 




11/16/8 


I B 5 


N 






11/19/9 


1 B 3 


N W24 


s 




11/13/8 


. A 16 


N 


H 




11/19/9 




N 


s 




11/19/9 




N 


s 




11/19/9 




N 


H 




11/20/9 




N W24 


s 




11/20/9 




N F3a 






12/02/9 




N L25 


s 




12/02/8 


! A 11 


N 


H 




12/03/8 




N H24 


H 




12/09/9 




N 


s 




12/09/9 




N 


H 




12/12/9 




N W24 


H 




12/l<./9 




L 


H 




12/l'./3 




N 


S 




12/16/8 




N 


H 




12/18/3 




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2/13/9 




N 008 


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2/29/9 




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MEOIC«L POOFS GET LONGER PRnaiTIQN 

nu«E UNIV.. FELLOrtSMIPS 

THO^PQSTOOCTQSiL^FELLOUSHlPS FOR STUDY »T DUKE JWiROED 

FELLOWSHIPS. r.RANT Ak^ARDED 

FIRM SETS UP FELLOWSHIP 

THREE AT OU<E UNIVERSITY RECEIVE FuLBRIGhT GRANTS 

EDITORS. WRITERS COME TO OUKE 

DUKE UNIV.. FINANCIAL AID 

SFE ALSO OUKE UNIV.. SCHOLARSHIPS 

OUKE TO BOOST STUDENT AID BASED ON MERIT 

DU« E UNIV.. F IRES 

SFE ALSO OUKE HOSPITAL, FIRES 
SEE ALST FIRES. DURHAM 

FIRE DAMAGES OUKE BUILDING 

SPRINKLERS DOUSE OORM FIRE 

OukE UNIV., FOREIGN STUDENTS 

S'^E ALSO DUKE UNIV.. STUOFNTS 

SEE ALSO Duke UNIV. INTERNATIONAL HOUSE 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN STUDENTS 

INTERNATIONAL WELCOME 

INFLUX OF FORFIGN STUDENTS NOT SEEN IN TRIANGLE 

OUKE UNIV.. FUND-RAISING 

SEE OUKE UNIV., GIFTS £. FUND RAISING 

DUKE UNIV., GIFTS C FUND RAISING 

SEE ALSO Duke endowment 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., BuOGFT 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., GRANTS 
SEE ALSO DU<E UNIV. LOYALTY FUND 

OUKf GETS HI MILLION 

OUKf IS BENEFICIARY 

DRIVE FOR 19 SCHOOLS STEPPED UP . ,^ 

PRIVATE DONATIONS TO OUKE TOTAL RECORD 136 MILLION 

OUKE RAISES RECORD 136 MILLION 

NIlON LIBRARY FOES SPARK FACULTY MEET ,„,„,.,,.,,. 

STuDE'lT GROUP SAYS OUKE CAN INCREASE ALUMNI CONTRIBUTIONS 

OUKE PLANS A*TS. SCIENCE FUND DRIVE 

OUKF HOTEL PROFITS MAY HELP PERKINS LIBRARY 

OUKf NAMES COORDINATOR FOR TELETHONS 

TfER FAMILY GIVES OUKE 11.5 MILLION 

TEER CITES PERSONAL, BUSINESS REASONS FOR GIFT 

TEE« FAMILY TO GIVE 11 . 'i MILLION TO OUKE SCHOOL 

GIFT TO OUKE CONTINUES A TEER FAMILY TRADITION 

A GIFT FROM THE TEERS 

DUKE MARINE LAB TO GET NEW TRAWLER 

NFLLO IE£R MEMORIAL FITTING 

FUQUA SCHOOL GIVEN «i5,000 . „„,,,.„, 

BENEFACTOR BUYS "Y- BUILDING FOR OUKE MEDICAL PROGRAMS 

BEnFFACTOR Ruys ymca for DUKE 

■Y- SALE LOOKS GOOD 

OUKE AND THE YMCA 

OUKE SEEKS NEW FUNDS 

SANFORO SAYS NEW SOURCES NEEDED FOR DUKE 

DUKE GIVEN 'SUPER MINI-COMPUTER" 

DUKE UNIV., GRADUATION 

SEE DUKE UNIV., COMMENCEMENT 

DUKE UNIV., GRANTS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., GIFTS C FUND RAISING 
SFE ALSO OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENT£R, GRANTS 

OUKf RECEIVES RESEARCH GRANT 

OUKF GETS 1107,739 GRANT FOR RESEARCH 

FORESTRY SCMOIL GETS MELLON GRANT 

GEOLOGISTS GET BOOKS GRANT 

GRANT TO AID DUKE WOMEN'S STUDIES 

DURHAM EMPLOYERS FORESEE SLOW JOB MARKET 

DUKE RECEIVES 130,000 GRANT 

DUKE UNIV., HISTORY 

FROM PASADENA TO DURHAM AFTER PEARL HARBOR, 
IT WAS SMOOTH SAILING FOR NIXON AT OUKE. . 
LIBRARY PROTEST UNWORTHY OF OUKE 
HOW TIMES DO CHANGE: TRUE PICTURE IS GIVEN 
TRINITY GAiFBO PLANS PROCEEDING 

OukE UNIV., HONORARY DEGREES 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., COMMENCEMENT 

STY»ON WILL ADDRESS DUKE'S GRADUATION 

2,200 TO GRADUATE FROM DUKE 

STYRON: UNREASONING FEAR PITFALL FOR NATION 

LOOKING AT CROWD 

STYRON: FEAR OF SYSTEM POISONS 

OUKE TO HONOR KRESGE AT FOUNDER'S DAY 

KRESGE GETS HONORARY DUKE DEGREE 

OUKE UNIV., HOTEL PROPOSAL 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER 

SEE ALSO MOTELS, DURHAM 

MOTEL ON DUKE CAMPUS COULD BE STARTED BY FALL 

IF DUKE MOTEL OK'D, GOLF TOURNAMENTS MAY HOVE 

COMMISSION APPROVES RE20NING FOR LIGGETT 

DEVELOPER HAS DESIGN READY FOR DUKE UNIVERSITY HOTEL 

SHERATON READY TO BUILD: OUKE MOTEL IN NEGOTIATIONS 

ACADEMIC COUNCIL NIXES LIBRARY 35-3<. 

OUKf HOTEL PROFITS MAY HELP PERKINS LIBRARY 

LAND PROCEEDINGS MAY BEGIN 

Two NURSING PROGRAMS GET OK FOR OUKE 

Duke UNIV., HYPERBARIC CHAMBER 
SEE MYPEREARIC CHAMBER 

DUKE JNIV., INVESTMENTS 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., BUILDING PROJECTS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., PROPERTY 

REAL FSTATE INVESTOR FOR DUKE NAMED 

DUKE UNIV.. LIBRARIES 

SEE ALSO COMMITTEE AGAINST THE NIXON-DUKE LIBRARY 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., EAST CAMPUS LIBRARY 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. PERKINS LIBRARY 

OUKE IS WARNED OF ALLEGED BOOK THIEF 

OUKE POLICE SEEK MAN 

NIXON AND OUKE DISCUSS PLACING MIS LIBRARY MERE 

OUKE MAY GET NIXON LIBRARY 

NIXON LIBRARY DRAWS FOES 

NIXON LIBRARY DESIRABLE 

REACTION TO NIXON LIBRARY UNCLEAR 

NIXON LIBRARY: A PRIZE FOR OUKE 



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PAGE 144 



PLAN Of= PRQPa^tn PRESIDENTIAL LtdRAPY AT OUKfc (CARTOONI 

TauSTfES «A» r.ET NIXON ISSuE NEXT uEEK 

SANPQRO AGREES TO DELAY ACTION ON NIxON LIBRARY 

nuKf CELAYS LIBRARY DECISION 

NIXON lamyER OENIFS duke HAS 1ST REFJSAL 

NIXON REPORT »kONG 

DU«E-NIXON VERDICT SEPT. <. 

ARCHIVES "UST AGREE TO NIXON LIBRARY 

PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES TOO CulBERSO-IE 

NIXON CRuCI'^KD 

DUKE TRUSTEE. STyRON OPPOSE NIXON LIBRARY 

PYE TURNS f!AC« LIBRARY SUGGESTION 

STyRON, WURPhy oppose NIXON LIoRARY AT DUKE 

TRICKY OICk at nuKE 

FLAWS AND ALL. NIXON WAS A OUKE GRADUATE 

A HOME FOR THE NIXON PAPERS 

OUKE Should reject library 

LIBRARY OPPONENTS HISGUIOEO 
•CLOO»"Y GUS* RECALLS DUKE DAYS 
NIXON LIBRARY VIEWED AS ASSET 
NIION LIBRARY FOES SPARK FACULTY fEET 
NtxON LIBRARY WOULD BRING SHAKE 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

DUKF FACULTY "E"3ERS SPEAK ON PROPOSED NIXON LIBRARY 
IT WAS SMOOTH SAILING FOR NIXON AT OUKt. . .FOR A WHILE 
•INSTITUTE FOR STUDY OF CORRUPT GOVERNMENT- 
DUKE TRUSTEES SHOULD PURSUE LIBRARY DIALOGUE 
PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES ATTRACTIVE TO TOURISTS 
LIBRARY PROTEST UNWORTHY OF DUKE 
NIXON LIBRARY CONTROVERSY AT OUKE ICARTOONI 
LIBRARY DECISION UP TO "ANAGEMENT 
Think ABOUT PARKING PROBLEN 
IF DukE says no. benefits GO ElSEWhEkE 
■PRINCE OF DARKNESS'? 
LIBRARY WOULD BE GREAT GIFT TO OUKE 
S0ȣ OUESTIONS UNANSWERED ON NIXON LIBRARY 
MODEL PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY NOW IN PLACE 
ACADEMIC COUNCIL NIXES LIBRARY 35-3<. 
UNIVERSITY SHOULD ACCEPT NIXON LIBRARY 
A DISGRACE TO DUKE 

OUKE TO CONTINUE NIXON LIBRARY TALKS 
POLL SHOWS 4a* BACK LIBRARY 

GO-AHEaO given NIXON library: OUKE TRUSTEES UNIT SUPPORTS PROPOSAL 9-; 
OC'KE TRUSTEES V"TE THEIR APPROVAL TO BEGIN NIXON LIBRARY NEGOTIATIONS 
TRUSTEES HAVE ACTED SO LET'S MOVE ALONG 

•IT'S THE LIBRARY'S BOOKS ON THE CIVIL WAR ...' ICARTOONI 
DUKE TRUSTEES PROTECT UNIVERSITY'S INTEGRITY 
NIXON FLAP NOT AT TOP OF STUDENT CONCERNS 
A FLIMSY INSINU«TION 
GET NIXPN AGREEMENT IN WRITING 

OLIVE BRANCH EXTENDED: DUKE COUNCIL 'AGENDA' ASKED 
NIxON LIBRARY WOULD REAP RIDICULE 

OUKE FACULTY STILL AGAI'JST ANY MEMORIAL TO NIXON 
The spy and his papers ICARTOONI 
DUKE'S INTEGRITY AT STAKE' 
NIxON PAPERS ARE IMPORTANT 
ODE TO The NIXON LIBRARY 
•IT DIDN'T START WITH WATERGATE' 
... AND PLENTY OF DETERGENT'' 
DUKE'S TORCHBEARERS L I Gf: T THE WAY 

WHAT'S ALL The Fuss about? 

MORALITY AND ThE LIBRARY 

CHEAP SHOTS FOR NIXON 

NIXON PAPERS A DISGRACE 

NO-CONFIDENCt VOTE SOUGHT 

PROFESSOR CRITiriZES SANFORD 

BARBER CRITICIZES PICTURE IN HERALD 

ANTl-SANFORO MOVE VIEWED AS WEAK 

PERSPECTIVE LACING IN NIXON LIBRARY FuROR 

DOUBLE STANDARDS AMONG THE ACADEMICS 

CARTOON MI S»ERRE SENTEO NIXON LIBRARY DILEMMA 

DUKE'S STUDENT PRESIDENT VETOES VOTE ON LIBRARY 

LIBRARY ISSUE PARTLY ONE OF SEMANTICS 

THE LIBRARY AND FREEDOM UF SPEECH 

PUT PAPERS AT DUKE. MUSEUM IN COURTHOUSE 

A GROSS REFLECTION 

STUDENT LEADER VETOES VOTE 

SANFORO'S TACTICS RILE SOME ON DUKE FACULTY 

library: SANFORO DIDN'T PLAY FAIR 

CURIOUS MACHINATIONS 

SKIP The CEREMONIES 

OUKE ALUMNI GIVE SANFORD YES VOTE 

OUKE TRUSTEES' VOTE NO CONSENSUS 

DUKE'S The APPROPRIATE PLACE 

NIXON PAPERS SHOULD 8E HERE 

NIxON PYRAMID PLANS RESURRECTED 

FACULTY NOT UNANIMOUS 

VOTE WASN'T FOR LIBRARY 

CONGRESS COULD VETO LIBRARY 

WEST: CITY Can HELP NIxON LIBRARY 

HUNT CUESTIONEO ABOiJT PARK SITE 

POLL : L IBRaRy Backed 

NIxON LIBRARY POLL DERATED 

WEST: CITY CQULO PROVIDE LAND 

SANFORO'S OFFER UN LIBRARY SURPRISED NIXON. AIDE SAYS 

SANFORD ACCEPTS FOUR MORE YEARS 

OUKE PLANS ARTS. SCIENCE FUND DRIVE 

'IMPEACH NIXON LIBRARY.' PROTESTERS CRY 

OUKE BOARD URGED TO CONSULT FACULTY 

LIBRARY WOULD harm OUKE 

OUKE HOTEL PROFITS may HELP PERKINS LIBRARY 

HE'S GOT That haunting smile 

BERRIGaN: maybe LIBRARY SHOULD WAIT A FEW YEARS 

PYRAMID FLAW 

WAS IT BUChwALD'' 

DDu=L= STANDARD 

SUPPORT ANNOUNCEMENT DUE 

FACULTY GROUP BACKS LIBRARY 

DESIGNING THE NIXON LIBRARY 

STUDENT POLL BACKS LIBRARY 

74 ON FACULTY SIGN PRO-LIBRARY PAPER 

MORE THAN 70 DUKE FACULTY MEMBERS BACK NIXON LIBRARY 

SANFORD TAKES LONG VIEW 

NIXON'S DISHONOR 

COMMITTEE FORMED TO OPPOSE LIBRARY 

NIXON LIBRARY FOES FORM OUKE CAMPUS OPPOSITION 

LISTENING TO REASON 

MANY AT DUKE FAVOR N I X ON LIBRARY PROPOSAL 

SANFORO NOT 'The BOSS' 

TRUSTEES REITERATE NIXON LIBRARY IS NOT CERTAINTY 

PYc: 'MODEST' MUSEUM ONLY 

TRUSTEES SAY NO LIBRARY DECISION YET 

DIIKF FACULTY STUDY RAPS ADMINISTRATION 

OUKE COUNCIL DELAYS NIXON CONSULTATION REPORT 

STONE-THflnwING HURTS OUKE. DURHAM 

NIXON DOESN'T DESERVE A LIBRARY 



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I N e X 
W/31/H1 



DUKE'S DIS^B»CE 

OUkE PROfESSOaS TO DISCUSS NIXON LIBRABY 

SUPPORT FOR NUON LIBRARY EXPECTED FROM FACULTY PANEL 

DUKE SEFKS NEn Funds 

DUKE ACADf^IC REPORT OPPOSES NIXON MUSEUM 

DUKE OFFICIALS TO RESUME TALKS AaOuT NIXON LIBRARY 

S»NFO»0 BACKS Nixon LIBRARY STAND TAKEN BY COUNCIL 

SANFORO SUPPORT KEEPS LIBRARY TALKS IN MOTION 

•HE'RF WILLING TO NEGOTIATE. . .' (CARTOONI 

NIXON LIBRARY'S IMPACT QUESTIONED 

CLOSING A GREAT MINO 

poll: N.C. VlfhS VARY ON NIXON LIBRARY PLAN 

NIXON MUSEUM WOULD SERVE FUTURE 

LIBRARY. SPEECH INCOMPARABLE 

TIMOTHY lEARY and THE BIBLE 

NIXON BETRAYEn HIGH OFFICE , ,. ,,„. , 

FACULTY'S STAND NOT BINDING IN NIXON LIBRARY NEGOTIATIONS 

SANFORD REASSURES FACULTY ON LIBRARY 

SOME FACULTY 'DISTRESSED' BY DUKE TRUSTEE'S STANCE 

LIBRARY NEGOTIATORS NAMED: ONE CAST VOTE AGAINST PLAN EARLIER 

PANEL PICKED TO CONTINUE LIBRARY TALKS 

DUKE FACULTY SETS LIBRARY DEBATE 

DUKE ACADEMIC COUNCIL TO MEET ON JOINING NIXQN LIBRARY TALKS 

WHAT'S IN A NAME. . .? (CARTOON) 

UNITY URGED FOR NIXQN LIBRARY TALKS 

DUKE STUDENTS: NO MUSEUM ,„.„,,,„., 

3UKF FACULTY SEEKS UNITY ON NIXON LIBRARY CONDITIONS 

NKCN LIBRARY COMMITTEE TO MEET TODAY AT DUKE 

NIXON GROUP TO TAP CHAIRMAN 

OUkF LIBRARY NEGOTIATORS TO OPPOSE NIXON MUSEUM 

NIXON LAWYER AWAITS OUKE LIBRARY DECISION 

DECISION PLEASES SOME MEMBERS OF OUKE FACULTY 

WAY SEEMS CLEAR NOW FOR LIBRARY NEGOTIATIONS 

OUKE TRUSTEES DISCUSS LIBRARY NEGOTIATIONS 

TRUSTEES TOLD TALKS OPENED ON PROPOSED NIXON LIBRARY 

MIDDLE-OF-THE-ROAD FREEDOM , , , 

COUNCIL MAY REJECT ANY NIXON LIBRARY AGREEMENT 

OK OF NIXON LIBRARY TALKS SAID NOT SAME AS APPROVAL 

STROWO IS DUKE LIBRARIAN 

STROWO IS NAMED OUKE'S LIBRARIAN 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: THE NUON THING 

LIBRARY, LAW SCHOOL TIE BALLOON FLOATED 

ATTORNEY FOR NIXON SAYS TALKS DETAILS NOT ACCURATE 

PASSING PARAOE 

TECHNOLOGY KEYS NFW LIBRARIAN'S TASK 

PROPER ACTION 



SPORTS. SWIMMING 



9U«E UNIV.. NEREIOIANS 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. 
SEE ALSO Swimming 
HOLIDAY SWIMMING 

OU«E UNIV., OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PROGRAM 
OUKE PROGRAM PREVENTING INJURIES 

DUKE UNIV., PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 

SANFORO ACCEPTS FOUR MORE YEARS . . , 

STUDENT GROUP SAYS OUKE CAN INCREASE ALUMNI CONTRIBUTIONS 
SANFORO SERVES HELL 

OUKE UNIV., PROPERTY 

SEE ALSO Duke UNIV., BUILDING PROJECTS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., INVESTMENTS 

SEE ALSO HIGHLAND HOSPITAL lASHEVILLE, N.C.I 

REAL ESTATE INVESTOR FOR OUKE NAMED 

GROUP SEEKS TO BLOCK HIGHLAND HOSPITAL SALE 

CROUP FILES APPEAL ON SALE OF HOSPITAL 

OUKE SELLS HIGHLAND HOSPITAL , ,, 

SALE OF HIGHLAND HOSPITAL ANGERS, DISMAYS OPPONENTS 

LAND REZONEO FOR OFFICE CONSTRUCTION 

WAKE THREATENS DUKE LAND 

DUKE UNIVERSITY MULLING PURCHASE OF 'Y' BUILDING 

OUKE "AY PLACE BID ON YMCA BUILDING 

BENEFACTOR BUYS 'Y' BUILDING FDR OUKE MEDICAL PROGRAMS 

BENEFACTOR BUYS YMCA FOR DUKE 

'Y' SALE LOOKS GOOD 

OUKE AND THE YMCA 

WAKE SEEKS CONDEMNATION OF OUKE LAND 

MAKE GOES AFTER OUKE LAND 

OUKE UNIV., RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL AND STORAGE 
HA2ARD0US WASTE A TRIANGLE DILEMMA 

OUKE UNIV., RETRENCHMENT PLAN 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., BUDGET 

MEDICAL PROFS GET LONGER PROBATION 

PYE RATES HIGH AS RETRENCHMENT CHANCELLOR 

ASSOCIATE NURSING DEGREE PROPOSED 

DUKE TRUSTEES TO CONSIDER NURSING PLAN 

DUKE UNIV., SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., FINANCIAL AID 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. ATHLETIC DEPT. 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS 

DUKE GIVES AWARDS 

TWELVE GUILFORD SENIORS WIN AWARDS TO DUKE 

DUKE SENIOR WINS SCHOLARSHIP 

RISENKONIC WINS SCHOLARSHIP 

SHOEMAKER WINS AWARD 

DUKE TO BOOST STUDENT AID BASED ON MERIT 

SCHOLARSHIP ESTABLISHED 

OUKE UNIV., SECRETARY 

ASSISTANT TO SANFORO NAMED OUKE SECRETARY 
MARSHALL GETS DUKE JOB 

OUKE UNIV., SEMINARS 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., CONFERENCES 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., SYMPOSIA 

AGING SEMINARS SCHEDULED 

DUKE OFFERS LECTURES 

PSYCHIATRISTS PLAN SEMINAR 

STRESS OF ELDERLY PEOPLE SEMINAR TOPIC 

SEMINAR SET ON COPING WITH AGING 

OUKE UNIV., SPEAKERS 

SEE ALSO Duke UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, SPEAKERS 
COX TO ADDRESS DUKE LAW GRAOS 
MAODOX WILL DISCUSS RETIREMENT, ELDERLY 
COX WILL SPEAK AT OUKE 

STYRON WILL ADDRESS OUKE'S GRADUATION 
TV EXECUTIVE TO TALK AT DUKE 

SPIFFY: BLUE DEVILS SPORTING PINK ALLIGATOR SHIRTS 
CHINESE JOURNALIST HOPES TO BRIDGE COUNTRYS' GAP 
OUKE SPEAKERS SLATED 



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I V 3 I- « 
W/11/81 



aeaaiGAN: mavie Lie'Air Smoulo .(Air a fe« years 

DUKF 'RCfESSCRS TO SPEAK IN ANCIENT ISRAeLI AR<S 

PUBLIC hEalTm talk planned UEONESOAY 

FOHMEO PROFESSOR AT NATIONAL GALLERY TO GIVE LECTURES 

mahIlTON will S'Eas at DU<e ART SESSIONS 

OUKE PROf TO OISCUSS JEHSm "U S I C 

FOR'^EB CO*j:,»ESS''an TQ Talk AT OUKE 

RELIGION PROFS PLAN APCHAfOLOGY LECTURES 

LEASY TC Give TALK AT DUnE 

L?ABY TO SPEAK AT OJKE 

LEARY DROPS IN. TOUTS SPACE. IHXO'TALITY 

CLOSING A GREAT lIND 

TELECOt^UNICAT IONS TALK SET 

POLICY SCIENCES INSTITUTE SETS FEDERAL flUOOET TALK 

OUKE PROFESSOR .(ILL SPEAK AT RALEIGH ALUHNI LUNCHEON 

LIBBAPY, SPEECH INCOMPARABLE 

EDUCATION POLICY CHANGES aILL BE TOPIC OF ADDRESS 

SPEECH SET ON 'OEAGAN REVOLUTION' 

TIHOThy lEaRy anO THE BIBLE 

I5SAC SINGER TO SPEAK 

AUTHOR SINGER SPEAKS AT DUKE MONDAY NIGhT 

COLUMNIST FOB 'TIMES' TO GIVE TALK 

ADMIRAL «ILL SP = AK AT OUKE TOMOHRO.. 

■IE?. FAUNTRTy to SPEAK AT OUKE CHAPEL SFRVICt 

ATMIRAL TO SPEAK AT DUKE TONIGhT 

C-LUM'lIST TO SPFaK at OUKE 

apmIPAl: U.S. FACES PERIOD OF 'HIGH <ISK' 

oukf sets presidential pomer panel 
gfrge'l: reagan escaping damage 
jOmn Glenn to speak at ouke 
john glenn to speak at duke 

SEN. GLFNN PLASTS cuts IN RESEARCH 
PRESIDENTIAL ASSISTANT SETS TALK AT DUKE 
REAGAN AIDE PLANS SPEECH AT DUKE 
OLENN SAPS ENERGY. SPACE RESEARCH CUTS 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: LISRARY, ANYONE? 

1UKE UNIV.. SPORTS 

SEE DUKF UNIV. SPORTS 

nuK E UNIV., STAFF 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. EMPLOYEES 

OUKE NAMES CARTER AIDE TO POSITION 

OUKE UNIV.. STUDENT CENTER 

SEE ALSO OuKE UNIV.. BUILDING PROJECTS 

SEE ALSO JOSEPH M. AND KATHLEEN PRICE 'iRYAN UNIV. CENTER 
DUKE FRESHMEN TO GET LOOK AT NEM UNIVERSITY CENTER 

lUKE UNIV., STUOFNT GOVERNMENT 

SEE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF DuK £ UNIV. 

DU»e UNIV., STUOEyT housing 

SEE ALSn PEGRAM HOUSE IDUKE UNIV. I 
DURHAM aparTmEny rentals DROP ',< 

Du«E UNIV.. STUDENTS 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF OUKF UNIV. 
SFE AlSl DuKE UNIV., ADMISSIONS 

SEE ALSO Duke umv., enrollment 

SEE ALSO Duke UNIV., FOREIGN STUDENTS 

DUKf MINISTER BACKS BILL TO RAISE DRINKING ACE 

STUDENT FCuNO DFAO 

DUKE TO ACCOMMODATE PART-TIME GRAO STUOFNTS 

A MESSAGE TO STUDENTS 

SANFORD RECEPTION 

OUKE TO CONTINuF NIYQN LIBRARY TALKS 

OUKE STUDENT ARRIVES 

GO-ahFaO given NKCN library: DUKE TRUSTEES UNIT SUPPORTS PROPOSAL 1-2 

NIaON flap not AT TOP OF STUDENT CONCERNS 

OUKF'S STUOE'II PRESIDENT VETOES VOTE ON LIBRARY 

STUDENT LEADER VETOES VOTE 

OUKE INTER-VARSITY: CONVINCING ARGUMENT FOR GOO 

POLL: LIBRARY BACKED 

NIXON LIBRARY POLL OEPATcO 

STuOE'iT GROUP SAYS Duke Can INCREASE ALUMNI CONTRIBUTIONS 

SOLIDARITY RALLY DISTORTED BY PAPER 

STUDENT POLL ^lACKS LIBRARY 

BLACK SOLIDARITY DAY SET MONDAY AT DUKE UNIVERSITY 

BLACK SOLIDARITY DAY SCHEDULED 

STUDENTS TO FAST FOR HUNGRY 

OUKE STUDENT FOUND DEAD IN WOODS 

DEATH SAID SUICIDE 

STUDENTS TO TAKE PART IN OBSERVANCE OF FAST 

OUKF STUDENTS: NO MUSEUM 

OUKE STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS 

OUKE STuOE:iTS RECEIVE AWARDS 

AT LARGE 

TOUSTFES TOLD TALKS OPENED ON PROPOSED NIKON LIBRARY 

STuOENT REPORTS SEXUAL ASSAULT 

OUKF STUOFNT IS ASSAULTED 

2 DURHAM STUDENTS IN CHAPTER 

Duke UNIV.. Supplies supervisor 
ouke PICKS Supplies supervisor 

ALSTON GETS Duke job 

ouke UNIV.. Symposia 

SEE ALSO Duke UNIV., CONFERENCES 
SEE ALSO Cuke UNIV., SEMINARS 

Ouke Symposium: new PESTICIDES TO BE DISCUSSED 
CREATING ART ON Th£ COMPUTER 
•DISABLED CHILD' WILL BE TOPIC 

OUKE UNIV., TALENT IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM 
SEE TALENT IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM ITIPl 

Ouke UNIV.. TOWN ANO GOwN RELATIONS 
OUKE AROuGhT TO YOUNGSTERS 

OUKE UNIV.. TUITION 

OUKf TRUSTEES OK 15? TUITION HIKE 
Two NURSING PROGRAMS GET OK FOR OUKE 

C^UKE UNIV., WORKSHOPS 

SEE ALSf: CUKE UNIV.. CONFERENCES 
WRITERS' WORKSHOP SET 
SEVEN WORKSHOPS PLANNED AT DuK E 
DUKE PLANS AGING Talks FOR BLACKS 
WORKSHOPS ON RETIREMENT, AGING SET 
FUND-RAISING WORKSHOPS SET FOR DUKE 
MARKETING WORKSHOPS SET 

OUKE UNIV. ACADEMIC COUNCIL 

SEE ALS1 Puke UNIV.. FaCuLTy 

TRUSTEES "AT GET NUON ISSUE NEXT WEEK 



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S.NfORO .GREES TO OELJY .CTION ON NIXON Ll.SARY 

OUKE "^EFlCliLS TO RESUHf TALKS »90yi ^^ COUNCIL 

EP,;l "cUlTV SETS UBRARY^OEBATE ^^ ^,,^, ,,„.,, „,KS 

COUNCIL MAY *fJ|",'!?^,Jr?ilD NOT SAXt AS APPROVAL 
if?Skr^3?^55rsiil?JtthE^i?fPS0T ACCURATE 

"ouJeFuSo DIRECTOR IS NAMED 
""lirltis"jjllSiJ: ^^^Ih^Cir^OR THE ARTS 

tS:^£ir:uSn:?^1hr?r.M??Tisj -OMAN. 

JSgr'S ^:;;!i!f:°S^SlY CALLAHAN-S ..ages EROM -.DS on display AT DUKE 

DUKE UNIV. APT MUSEUM OOCENT PROGRAM 
DOCENTS NEEHEO 

°""' ^KJe-AR?SFA»*"wILL fill SUMMER WITH ACTIVITIES 
EXCITING DUKE SUMMED ^„ 

EllSls5^yS^5i:lS°?^iSD*jE?VivER 

"""sErirso'Jstri'NiS^r'scHOLARSHiPs 

'^i,JS^^.S^rS^?ruN5?SSJ'M0DELING JOB 
"""' Toll: g£'SS«f cISySl'c^ULD BE STARTED BY FALL 

lllii^i^Plo^iE'i^Vfo^^SUf^^N LIBRARY 

°DrK|-Tii?T£f."sT'YJ0^'SpJ05E NIXON LIBRARY 
S!;;eSuRNS BACK \lBRARY SUGGESTION 

SITn tliStrY ^, P* S/ S^AT^^iKE. . .FOR A WHILE 

iiKr?R55?^E^? li^bLS^CSjur ?« Jy°^DULOGUE 

ii?srA'B8S^T'iig?iyjjRo ^f, ,,,,, 

IF DUKE SAYS NO. SENEFITS GO ELStWMtKt 
•PRINCE OF D**'^'?£>|I!t rtcT Tn niiKF 

iS;iii;iiiiiir.:r" ""'■'-"" 

iiUEROARS URGED TO CONSULT FACULTY 



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OUKF HOTeL oanflTS Hiy mELP PERKINS LIBBiBY 

TBUStFES PeilFOATE NIXON LI3R1RY IS NOT CEaTllNTY 

TRUSTFES SAY NO LIBRARY DECISION YET 

OUHF CJONCIL OEUAYS NIXPN CINSULTATUN REPORT ,,,,,. ,,„.^ 

FACULTY'S STANO NOT BINDING IN NIXjN LIERARY NEGOTIATIONS 

SOKf FACULTY 'DISTRESSED' BY -1UK6 TRUSTEE'S STANCE 

LIBRARY NEGOTIATORS NAMEcj; -)Nf CAST VOTE AGAINST PLAN EARLIER 

PANEL PICKEO TO CONTINUF LIPRARY TALKS 

UNITY URQEO FIR NIXON LIBRARY TALKS 

NIxON LIBRARY CriH"ITTEE TO "EFT TODAY AT DUKE 

OUkE trustees to consider NURSING PLAN 

PROPOSAL UOUlO set nursing BACK AT OuKE 

OUKE TRUSTEES DISCUSS LIBRARY NEGOTIaTICnS 

trustees told talks opened TN PROPOSED NIXON LIBRARY 

OUKE TRUSTEES OK 151 TUITION -lIKE 

Two NURSING PROGRAMS GET OK FOR DUKE 

COUNCIL HAY REJECT ANY NIXQN LlflRARY AGREEHENT 

0« OF NIXON LIBRARY TALKS SAID NOT SANE AS APPROVAL 

nuKE UNIV. BOTANY OEPT. 

OUKE SCHEDULES Plant sale Saturday 

ouke univ. business school 

see ouke univ. fuqua school of business 

Duke univ. cahpus Club 

honoring past presidents 
popular pbofissors to lecture 

1uke univ. cahpus police 

see also ouke univ.. crihes 
tuo charged in assaults at ouke 

ouke univ. cancer information service 
see cancer information service 

ouke univ. center 

see ouke univ.. stuoent center 

see joseph m. and kathleen price bryan univ. center 

ouke univ. center for health and clinical policy 
health policy director na1e0 

ou«e univ. center for judaic studies 

SEE ALSO OukE uMV. DIVINITY SCHOOL 
SEE ALSO JEjS 

DUKE OFFERS LECTURES 

TALK PLANNED CN JEWISH ART 

DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH ,„. ,- 

EDITOR'S Theory: EVANGELICALS IN MIDDLE OF FIGHT FOR SOULS 

OUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. SCHOOL OF FORESTRY AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 
NEPAlESE OFFICIALS TO VISIT OUKE SCHOOL OF FORESTRY 

OU«E UNIV. CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF AGING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO AGING 
SEE ALSO Duke JNIV. INSTITUTE FOR LEARNING IN RETIREMENT 

PROGRAM STRESSES SELF-hElP FOR VICTMS 

PLANNING NECESSARY FOR SECURE RETIREMENT 

DUKE RESEARCHERS STUDY HOW PEOPLE GROW OLD 

"LDER PEOPLE IS FOCUS OF DUKE DIVISION 

OUKE IN FORFFRONT 

AGING SEMINARS SCHEDULED 

The elderly are faced mITh housing PROBLiMS 

Dukc'S "ID FOR GRANT ENDORSED 

STRESS OF ELOfRLY PEOPLE SE-INAR TOPIC 

SEMINAR SET ON COPING WITH AGING 

Du«E UNIV. CENTER FOB The study OF PRIMATE BIOLOGY AND HISTORY 
SEE ALSO ANTHROPOLOGY 
SEE ALSO Duke PRImaTE FACILITY 

it's moving day for lemurs 
moving day 
nEw habitat 
moving to freedom 

DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR ThE STuOY OF THE GOVERNORSHIP AND STATE POLICYMAKING 
GOVERNORS. Fx-GOvERNORS TO ATTEND DUKE CONFERENCE 
GOVERNMENT LEADERS STRESS NEED TO RESTORE CONFIDENCE OF PUBLIC 
GOVERNORS DISCUSS STATES' NEW ROLE 
GOVERNMENT ACTIONS UNDERMINE CONFIDENCE 

OUKE UNIV. Chamber arts society 

TOKYO 3UAPTET TD PLAY IN DUK£ SERIES 
OUKE Chamiseo ARTS SOCIETY SERIES 
JAPANESE TO PERFCRH 
RCGFRI TRIO PERFORMS 

0U« c UNIV. CHAPEL 

SERVICE AT DJKE TO BE HELD TODAY 

ALTAR PIECES PLACEO IN DUKE CHAPEL 

PROFESSOR HITS EXECUTIONS IN CHAPEL SERMON AT DUKE 

moJaRT mass premieres at OUKE TOMORROW NIGHT 

DUKE TO HONOR kRESGE AT FOUNDER'S DAY 



DUKE UNIV. CHILDREN'S C 
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SEE ALSO TENNIS 

nnpF ON ROAD TO DU 
OUKE CHILDREN'S CL 
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STAUBACH; ROGER NO DOnCER - ME IS HMO ME IS. 

CLASSIC DRAWS RECORD CROWDS 

PRO ATHLETES SCRAMBLE FOR FINANCIAL dONANZA 

ALBESTSON ENJOYS ALL ROLES 

MflPE'S BRIEF APPEARANCE DELIGHTS CkOhD 

SEND CLASSIC PROCEEDS TO PENTAGON 

CLASSIC MEMORIES 

$?,S00 RAISED FOR HOSPITAL 

CLASSIC LEAVING DUKE 

PALMER RETUOMNG TO CLASSIC 

DUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 
SEE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSO Cancer information service 

SEE ALSO UMV. Of N.C.-CMAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 
DU<E TO GIVE IS CANCER PATIENTS INTERFERON 
VIRUS'^S. I'i-UNE DEFENSES TEAMED TO BATTLE TUMORS 
NUDE MICE: THFY STAR IN CANCER RESEARCH 
VIRUS MAY HELP IN CANCER CURE 

OUKE RESEARCHER HELPS DEVELOP TEST FOR CANCER 
RESEARCHERS QUESTION STUDIES ON CANCER RISKS 

nu« E UNIV. COMPUTER KAMP 

see also camps isee also names of campsi 

see also computers 

see also duke univ., computers 

ouke plans computer camps 

duke compuifr camp for youngsters planned 

computer camp 

■duck- season to begin 

students packing technology 

ouke univ. dept. op art 

see also ouke univ. art museum 
ouke plans arts. science fund drive 
duke hotel profits may help perkins library 

duke univ. oept. of chemistry 

duke sponsoring chemistry meeting 
duke plans chemistry conference 
leaders named for conference 
Chemists gather for conference 

univ. oept. of drama 

talent competitions planned for artists 

univ. dept. of economics 
research winners named 

univ. oept. of german 

e also german (language) 

german class at duke: sprechen sie computer? 

univ. dept. of history 

ouke graduate student receives fulbright grant 

univ. devflopment program 

e ouke univ. office of development 

univ. devils of disk 
e also frisbee igamsi 
students find ultimate sport 

ouke univ. dietary rehabilitation clinic 
see also weight control 
duke university hulling purchase of 'y' building 
duke may place bio on ymca building 
benefactor 'iuys 'y- building for ouke medical programs 
benefactor buys ymca for duke 

duke univ. distinguished alumni awards 
see also ouke univ., alumni 
history prof wins award 

duke univ. divinity school 

see also ouke univ. center for judaic studies 
fiesta planned for workers 

no moralizing please: professor suggests "integrated preaching' 
brown appointed to post 
pastors' school. convocation set 
borgen to speak at convocation 
ouke plans aging talks for blacks 
workshops on retirement, aging set 
scholarship established 

ou«e univ. divinity school, alumni 

alumni of duke divinity scmqol elect president 

OukE UNIV. OUPAC PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FITNESS 

SWEATING ON JOB IS PLEASURE 

DUKE SPORTS HEALTH BUILDING GETS FIRST WORKOUT TOMORROW 

'The city OF "EOICINE' 

LIGHT UP TO JUIT SMOKING? 

OUPAC CENTER ON DISPLAY 

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO PREVIEW OUKt'S OUPAC ACTIVITIES CENTER. 

OUKE UNIV. EAST CAMPUS 

SEE OUKE UNIV., EAST CAMPUS 

OUKE UNIV. EYE CENTER 

SEE ALSO OPHTHALMOLOGISTS 

JAPANESE DOCTORS WILL ATTEND DUKE EYE COURSE 

OUKE UNIV. FALL GOLF TOURNAMENT, MEN 
SEE ALSO GULF 

WAKE-STATE BATTLE LIKELY IN OUKE GOLF 

•PURE' MUDD: GEORGIA SOUTHERN GOLFER RETURNS TO OUKE A CHAMP. . . 

GOLF, TENNIS AT DUKE 

STATE EXTENDS GOLF LEAD 

STATE TAKES GOLF TITLE: MUOD WINS BY II SHOTS 

DUKE UNIV. FALL GOLF TOURNAMENT, WOMEN 

OEaCONS. MS. GRANT SEEK TO DEFEND TITLES IN DUKE FALL CLASSIC 
UNC wPMEN LEADING OUKE INVITATIONAL GOLF 
LINDA MESCAN LEADS UNC TO GOLF VICTORY 
MS. WIDMAN BOUNCES BACK, AS DID JACK 

DUKE UNIV. FORUM ON PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATION 
SEE ALSO PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATING SYSTEM 

PARTIES URGED TO UNBIND DELEGATES AT CONVENTIONS 
REFORMING NOMINATION SYSTEM AN URGENT TASK 
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES: A BETTER WAY TO CHOOSE? 

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OU«E 10 MONQK K«ESGe AT FOUNDER'S OAV 
KBESGf GETS HONORARY DUKE DEG-^EE 

0U«£ UNIV. fOEE.ATES FILf SOCIETY 
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DUKE TO PRESENT FIL»S ON POLAND 



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OU" £ UNIV. FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

■.ORLOUIDE INIERnSPENOENCE NEEDED 

12 NA^ED FUQUA SCHOLARS 

3 EXECUTIVES WILL SERVE ON OUK E 30AR0 

ROxeORO FIR" PLANS WORLDWIDE MARKETING 

FUQUA REJECTS TAKEOVER BID 

ACCOUNTING FIRM GIVES OUKE 525,000 GRANT 

DUKE ADDS FACULTY AT BUSINESS SCHOOL 

FUOUA SCHOOL GIVEN 425,000 

DUKE UNIV. FUOUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, FACULTY 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., FACULTY 

Fu;uA SCHOOL Aons faculty 

DUKE UNIV. GOLF COURSE 

CLASSIC LEAVING DUKE 

OUKE UNIV. GRADUATE SCHOOL 

OUkE to aCCOM"0OATE part-time GRAO STUDENTS 

OUKE UNIV. INSTITUTE FOR LEARNING IN RFTIREMENT 

SEE ALSO OUK£''uNIv. CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF AGING ANO HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF AGING 
SEE ALSO SENIOR C ITUENS 

DUKE SUMMER CLASSES FOR RETIREES 

COURSE SEEKS TO SPAN GAP 

RETIREMENT PROGRAM SET 

DUKE WILL HOLD INSTITUTE REGISTRATION ON THURSDAY 

OUKE OFFERS LECTURES 

TALK PLANNED ON JEWISH ART 

OUKE UNIV. INSTITUTE FOR RETIRED PERSONS ^ , 

SEE DUKE UNIV. INSTITUTE FOR LEARNING IN BETIRtHENT 

OUKE UNIV. INSTITIUTF FOR THE ARTS 
SEE ALSO ARTS, OuRhAH 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. ART MUSEUM 

MODERN DANCE AT DUKE 

CREATING ART ON THE COMPUTER 

SYMPHONY WEEK CITES PERSICHETTI 

OuKE UNIV. INSTITUTE OF POLICY SCIENCES AMD PUBLIC AFFAIRS 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. CENTEB FOR PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH 
e"ITO»S, WRITERS COME TO OUKE 
PUERTO RICaN set for panel 
E»-'"OVEBNOR OF PUERTO RICO WILL SPEAK 
POLICY SCIENCES INSTITUTE SETS FEDERAL BUDGET TALK 

nuKE UNIV. INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS 

SEE DUKE UNIV. INSTITIUTE FOR THE ARTS 

DUKE UNIV. INTFR-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FFLLOWSHIP 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOPEFUL SPORTS FANS 
OUKE INTER-vabsITy: CONVINCING ARGUMENT FOR GOD 

OUKE UNIV. INTERNATIONAL HOUSE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., FOREIGN STUDENTS 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN STUDENTS 
ADVANCING UNDERSTANDING 

DUKE UNIV. LAW SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO Durham bar ASSOCIATION 
COA TO ADDRESS TUKE LAW CRADS 
PASSING RATE FOB NCCu LAW GRADUATES DOUBLES 
■GLOOMY GUS' RECALLS DUKE DAYS 

NIXON MADE GOOD IMPRESSION ON OUKE LAW DEAN 
LIBRARY, LAW SCHOOL HE BALLOON FLOATED 
ATTORNEY FO" NIXON SAYS TALKS DETAILS NOT ACCURATE 
PROPER ACTION 

OUKfc UNIV. LAW SCHOOL, ALUMNI 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., ALUMNI 

IT WAS SMOOTH SAILING FOR NIXON AT OUKE. 
PREACHERS RAN NIXON FROM HOUSE 
HE'S GOT THAT HAUNTING SMILE 

OUKE UNIV. LOYALTY FUND 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., GIFTS C FUND RAISING 

SEE ALSO Duke UNIV. ANNUAL FUND IFORMERLY LOYALTY FUNDI 

STUDENT GROUP SAYS OUKE CAN INCREASE ALUMNI CONTRIBUTIONS 

DUKE FUND DIRECTOR IS NAMED 

DUKE UNIV. MARIHE LABORATORY 

SEE ALSO B-v Eastward iduke univ. reseabch vessel) 

MARINF LAB SYMPOSIUM IS SCHEDULED 

new RESEARCH VESSEL TO ARRIVE AT OUKE MARINE LAB ON MONDAY 

OUKE MARINE LAB TO BEGIN PROGRAM 

FALL CLASSES START AT OUKE LAB 

GEOLOGISTS GET BOOKS GRANT 

SHIP TO BE OtOICATED ON OCT. 2 

OUKE, UNC lAKF VESSEL IN BEAUFORT CEREMONY 

OUKE, UNC OFFICIALS ACCEPT VESSEL CHARTER 

SHIP WITH EVERYTHING: CAPE HATTERAS CAN TALK TO STARS, DESALINATE WATER 

5 UNIVERSITIES SHARE USE OF RESFARCh VESSEL 

OUKE MARINE LAB TO GET NEW TRAWLER 

DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO Duke lniv., alumni 
PHEYER, Physicians to be honored 

7 PHYSICIANS, FORMER SOLON TO BE HONORED 

OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER 

SFE ALSO Camp KALEIDOSCOPE 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., HOTEL PROPOSAL 

SEE ALSO Pu«E UNIV. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 

SEE ALSO MfoiCAL BtSEAflCM 

SEE ALSO SCANNERS imeOICal EOUIPMENTl 

GROUP SEE'S TO HELP FAMILIES OF ALZHEIMER'S OISFaSE VICTIMS 

UNUSUAL DEFECT HITS FAMILY'S 2 NO CHILD 

BABY 'STABLE'. Duke REPORTS 

5UESTI0NS ON DEATH STILL VEXING 

OUKE PROGRAM ENCOURAGES SELF-HELP FOR CHRONICALLY ILL 

PROGRAM STRESSES SELF-HELP FOR VICTIMS 

REMOVING GL'NO AIDS MYASTHENIA GRAVIS VICTIMS 

DUKE NEUROLOGIST TO TALK ABOUT HEREDITARY DISEASE 

DUKE'S WINFRfE PROMOTED TO HEALTH AFFAIRS POSITION 



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",!:aiHrioSK'iN0'EoSr.R!°/.""NO KA.EtOOSCOPt SUMMER 
L LY WANG: K LL AND PERSISTENCE MAKE A LEAJER 
cisQNICALLY ILL CHILDREN ENJOY CAMP'S ERESH AIR 
OUKE tests PROMISING HEART DRUG 
OUKE TO CONTINUE HEALTH TALKS 

^i'Ll""-!LL'g'5['i^S'cJSMgN SACK PROBLEMS ^ 

oSctoS'sCppCyshould help "?*[;}" ^"-AN-ORK 
burlington boy loses so-e sight to fly tog 
allergies subject of talk 

5u IT SMOKING CLINIC SET THIS MONTH 

HYvrfN- IT MELP^ 'JS LiVE - AND HAY MAKE US UL 'J 

oIkE C^silsV! STUOY oiYGEN EFFECTS ON BODY 

sL-srEi^oSrEgScnrM^rHy^RAP^^^^in^F 

?^??s"5;y".0|S^7^; 5^SE'i°3HO TAKE RISK USING PILL 
DUKE TEST MAY HELP SOLVE PILL PROBLEMS 

iE;^^jCi:r?;l^rd!:isiJ'^;-?ESTiN.Lc,soROER 

?k;l;^RrSrSEl^!L°APS5SE"MiJ«^^l^;';!^AL^ CONTRACEPTIVE CLUE 
DUKE NORTH IS BIG BUSINESS 

l[,il lVotnU'\°'l''H^\lhVkh ATTACK BRAIN ARTERY LESIONS 
OUkE seeks VOLUNTEERS 



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"""Ie^ iLlo'"ogli'hN'i'v::'^?5lc'A?"!Ji'TE"°C?N"TER FOR SPEECH ANO HEARING OISORnERS 

SEE ALSO HEARING DEFECTS ^ S 2 

TOURNAMENT TO BENEFIT CHILDREN ; j 

HELPING The HEARING-IMPAIRED 

lU'E UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, BEHAVIORAL CHANGE AND SELF-CONTROL 
SFE ALSO OUlT S-OKING CLINIC 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 
SFE ALSO HEIGHT CONTROL 
OUKE PLANS DIET PROGRAM 



°"'^ y3^E^-TS^?li^^S ^5?CS"SS L^ygSJ^Y NEGOTIATIONS 

m,.c iiulu MfntCAL CFNTER. CENTER FOR SPEECH ANO HEARING DISORDERS 

'"see icSnoSiE UNIV. MEDICiL CENTER. ACOUSTIC PROGRAM 

III Itlo N^C^'MEHollirHOSPITAL, HEARING ANO SPEECH CENTER 
SEE ALSO SPEECH PATHOLOGY 

5pIcMl"rOGRaK'hELPS hearing-impaired children COMMUNICATE 

DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. CHAPLAIN 

DURHAM MINISTER. FIRM H'N »""0S 
BISHOP ERASER 'WINGS' IT AS CHAPLAIN 

DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. CLINICAL RESEARCH SEIZURE CLINIC 

"sTio5°TlsTS^Ep"lL£PIICS' NEED TO KEEP TAKING MEDICATION 

DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. C L I N I C AL SPECIALTY UNIT 

CLINICAL SPECIALTY UNIT 
n.iKF iiNIV MEDICAL CFNTER. DFPT. OF COMMUNITY ANO FAMILY MEDICINE 
!eE AL51 c3kE--ATTS FAMLY MEDICINE PROGRAM 
SFE ALSO FAMILY MEDICINE 

DUKE PROGRAM PREVENTING INJURIES „„,t„„c 

MEDICAL SCHOOLS GRADUATING MORE FAMILY DOCTORS 
DOkF UNIVERSITY MULLING PURCHASE OF 'Y' BUILDING 

rNlF:rT0^3&'Ys'i"Y.'"Buir=D?N!"^^2'DSKE MEDICAL PROGRAMS 
BENEFACTOR flUYS YMCA FOR OUKE 
•Y' SALE LOOKS GOOD 

FAlSlLrCLfNfc'HOSTS OPEN HOUSE TO CELEBRATE ITS FIRST BIRTHDAY 

OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. OEPT. OF DERMATOLOGY 
RESEARCH SMOSS PSORIASIS LIMITED TO SKIN 
DUKE DERMATOLOGIST USES IMPLANTS TO CORRcCT SCARS 
NEm treatment used to REMOVE OLD SCARS 

DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. OEPT. OF HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 
COONEY TO MEAO OUKE DEPARTMENT 

OUKE UNIV. MFOICAL CENTER. OEPT. OF PEDIATRICS 

SEE ALSO DUKE HOSPITAL, pediatrics ^^^^ .,^ 

CHRONICALLY ILL CHILDREN ENJOY C AMP • S Ffl ESH A IR 
DOCTORS DEVISF NEW WAYS TO FIND SLOW LEARNERS 
ME SAYS 'CAN-DO' FOR OUKE HOSPITAL 
GLOBETROTTERS AID CAMP KALEIOOSCOPE 

DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. OEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY 

^"FPOESSIONl'liArLOW-OOWN FEELING MAY NOT BE THE BLUES 

DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CFNTER. DIVISION OF GERIATRICS 
SEE ALSO GERIATRICS 
DUKE IN FOREFRONT 

OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, DIV. OF REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY C INFERTILITY 
OUKE MEDICAL DIVISION GETS NEW DIRECTOR 



DUKE 

DEPARTMENT GETS 



NEW CHIEF 



°""lEriLSo''AgJ'Rl^S'FE0'E5Afl0N°0"sTATE. COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 
SFE ALSO nuKE HOSPITAL. EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV.. EMPLOYEES 
LOOKING AT WINNER 

OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. FACULTY 

SEE OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. STAFF 

OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. GIFTS 

HF SAYS 'CAN-DO' FOR OUKE HOSPITAL 

OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CFNTER. GRANTS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. GRANTS 
FUND HELPS KIDNEY PATIENTS 
DUKE'S BID FOR GRANT ENDORSED 

DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. LECTURES 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. SPEAKERS 
SEE ALSO "HEALTH NIGHT OUT" 
OUKE SETS TALK ON DEPRESSION 

OjkE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUIT 



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11.75 "ILLION IS A«AROEO IN OAiaOES 

Ou«E JNIv. MEDICAL CENTEa. NURSES 

SEE ALSO ru«E -"QS'ItAL. NURSES 

SEE ALSn Durham ClUNTY GENERAL njsPITal. NURSES 

SEE ALSO NOOSES. -luRHAH 

HEN ruRN T] waSINu PROFESSION 
«IG-E» PAr LURING NURSES TO TRIANGLE 

lUi-E UNIV. lEOtCAL CENTER. PAIN CLINIC 
SFE ALSO PAIN 

Du«E. uNC HAVE Clinics 

Puke UNIV. medical center. PATxQLOr.T 
MOST MEDICAL EXAMINERS DON'T FIT 



BUINCf IMAGE 



OU«E UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. P'lVATE DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC 
SLUE CROSS REFUSES CLAIM 
LETTER INACCuRaTElt PORTRAYED BLUE CROSS 

Do«E UNIV. MEDICAL CFMER, RADIOACTIVE mASTE DISPOSAL 
SEE DUKE UNIV., RADIOACTIVE MASTE DISPOSAL 

OOKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. SPEAKERS 
SEE ALS3 Duke uMV.. SPEAKERS 
SEE ALSO Cuke UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. LECTURES 

INFLATION, OVERABUNOANCE PROBLEMS FOR PM'SICIANS 

Duke UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. STAFF 

MEDICAL PROFS GET LONGER PROBATION 

OUKE RESEaRCmFR awarded SEaRLE SCHOLARSHIP 

DUKE DOCTOR GETS HONOR AT FORT BRAGG 

DUKE LISTS PROMOTIONS, APPOINTmE.TS 

EIGHT ON DUKE MEDICAL FACULTY PROMOTED 

maChE-Eo GETS GERMAN EYE PRUE 

MAC-E^EF HONORED 

ELEVEN Faculty MCM3fRS GET PROMGTIONS AT DUKE 

DR. ELlENBOGEN RECEIVES AWARD 

Two POSITIONS REALIGNED AT OUK E MEDICAL CENTER 

Duke MEDICAL CENTER REALIGNS STAFF POSITIONS 

NIH EYES DUKE CnCTOR 

3 AT luKE NAMED n INSTITUTE 

OukE honors NEUROSURGEON 

FATAL DISORDER SEFMS LIMITED LARGELY TO MALE HOMOSEXUALS 

HEALTH POLICY DIRECTOR NAMED 

DRUG EFFECTIVE 3n COMPLICATION OF PARKINSON'S 

DRUG TREATING COMPLICATIONS OF PARKINSON'S 

OUKc UNIV. MUSEjM IF ART 

SEE OUKF UNIV. ART 'XJiiun 

OUKE UNIV. OFFICE OF CONTINUING EOUCAriON 
SEE ALSO m0»EN. careers 

DUKE OFFERING NIGhT CLASSES IN WRITING FDR 5USINESS PEOPLE. PROFESSIONAL 

CHURCH ART MfET PLANNED 

'TV IS VERY SEDUCTIVE' 

SUMMER WRITER'S mORkShoPS GEARING UP 

LITERARY FARE 

VIRGINIA wGTLF and her BL00MS5URY FRIENDS SCHEDULED FOR LIbPARY VISIT 

PILOT TRAINING OFFcREO IN DUKE ADULT EDUCATION 

DOKE UNIVERSITY TO OFFER 30 ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES 

DUKE UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION SHORT COURSE PROGRAM (AOI 

OUKE UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION ShORT COURSE PROGRAM 

WAR SITES TOUR SET 

SEVEN WORKSHOPS PLANNED AT OuK E 

OUKE OFFERS SESSIONS ON CAREER planning 

FUNO-PAISING WORKSHOPS SET FOR OUKE 

MARKETING WORKSHOPS SET 

OUKE SEEKS RETIRED N.C PROFESSIONALS 

DUKE UNIV. OFFICE OF OEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO OU«E UNIV.. GIFTS C FUND RAISING 
OUKE NAMES COTRCINaTOR for TELETHONS 
MCCauGhan gets post at OUKE 

ouke univ. organization fq" tropical studies 
see organization for tropical studies 

ouke univ. patent office 
see also invenitcns 
see also u.s. patent and trademark office 

ouke locking to profit from patents . 

patents may boost ouke funding 

duke looking to its uwn devices for future 

ouke univ. perkins library 

see also ouke univ.. libraries 
Duke plans arts, science fund drive 

SAM BOONE hELPEO 5u!LD UNC ' S MICROFILM LIBRARY 
Duke hotel profits may help PERKINS LIBRARY 
TECHNOLOGY KEYS NEW LIBRARIAN'S TASK 

OUK E UNIV. PHYTOTRON 

NUCLEAR PHYSICS UNLOCKS SECRETS OF plant GROWTH 

OUKE UNIV. PIAY.RIGhI-IN-RESIOENCE 
SEE ALSO PLAYWRIGHTS, DURHAM 

BERNSTEIN: DURHAM RIPE FOR PLA YWR IGhT ING 

OUKE UMv. PRESS 

RO.SON TO DIRECT OUKE PRESS 

ROwSON TAPPED TO HEAD DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS 

OUKE UNIV. PREVENTIVE APPROACH TO CARDIOLOGY 
SEE DUKE UNlV. OuPaC program 

OUKE UNIV. QUIT SMOKING CLINIC 

SEE JuIT Smoking clinic 

SEE TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

"HIKE UNIV. READING CENTER 
SEE DukE reading CENTER 

l)UKE UNIV. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 
SEE ALSO ENGINEERS. N.C. 

TEER Family GIwES DukE il.5 MILLION 

I5ER CITES PERSONAL, BUSINESS REASONS FOR GIFT 

IEE» FAMILY TO GIVE »1.5 MILLION To OUKE SCHOOL 

TF = R FAC ILITY 

GIFT TO JUKf CONTINUES A TEER FAMILY TRAOIIION 

A GIFT FROM IhE IEERS 

Shoemaker wIn^ Award 

NELIO TEER ME-ORIAL FITTING 

OUKE GIVEN 'SUPEw MIM-COMPUIER' 

OU«E UNIV. SCHOOL IF FORESTRY AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 



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SFE *LSn nUKE UNIV. center for SESJURCE and ENV [RONMENTAL policy REScARCh 
SEE ALSO FORESTRY 

STATE WASTE RTCE BACKED 

FIR" SETS UP FELLOwSMIR 

FORESTRY SCHOHL OETS MELLON GRANT 

RIGCSPEE Shelter 

NEPALFSE OFFICIALS TO VISIT DUKE SCHOOL OF FORESTRY 

OUKt UMIV. SCHOOL OF LAW 

SEE DUKE UNIV. LA« SCHOOL 

DUKE UNIV. SCHOOL OF HEOICINE 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTE" 
OU«F SURGEON GETS ST. LOUIS JOB 

MEDICAL SCHOOLS GRADUATING MORE FAMILY DOC TOd S 
OUKE TO HONOR NFUROSURGEON 

DUKE UNIV. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, ALUMNI 

SEE OUKE UNlV. MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

OUKE UMV. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, STUDENTS 
HEALTH CENTER PL ANS 
FOLKS AflOUNO HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN 3R0UGHT 

OUKE UNIV. SCHOOL OF NURSING 

SEE ALSO NURSING SCHOOLS, N.C. 
1,6 OF ','> AT ^ATTS PASS TEST 
NURSING SCHOOL PACKS NEW MASTER'S PROGRAM 

PBOCRAM SET ON Shortage of nurses 
associate mursing degree proposed 
dukf trustees to ccnsioer nursing plan 
proposal would set nursing sack at duke 
duke trustees ok 1 5» tuition hike 
two nursing programs get ok for ouke 

ouke univ. sports 

see also duke univ., scholarships 

see also duke univ. athletic oept. 

see also ouke univ. sports and physical health building 

unc 6th, ouke 9th in southern golf 

vacendak's impact 

20 finalists selected in duke poetry contest 

duke univ. sports, saseeall 

duke's lamb chosen to all-star team 

duke's d'ar-i acc's top coach 

duke's d'a<mi voted top acc coach 

bulls' notebotk 

o'armi honored 

broker sees baseball's light shining in alaska 

ouke univ. sports, basketball 

see also iron ouke classic ibasketballi 
heinsomn Ruled out 
ouke releases basketball slatf 

REvERFO duke players gone. NOT FORGOTTEN 
OUKE NOT HURTING? 

TAYLOR Shines in scrimmage 

ANDEHsoN's Play highlights frosh in OUKE scrimmage 

TAYLOR LEADS BLUE DEVILS 

TEA" DEFENSE, SHOT SELECTION TWO DUKE KEYS 

TINY DEVILS? NUMBERS CONCERN KRZY2EWSKI MOST 

YUGOSLAVIANS STREAK PAST DUKE, '?6-89 

RED STAR DIMS DUKE OUTLOOK 

ALL-AMERICA CENTER SIGNS WITH DEVILS 

COLLEGE BASKETBALL SEASON BEGINS IN EARNEST 

DUKE LANDS FIRST RECRUIT 

COMMODORES SHAVE DEVILS IN DOUBLE DT 

GIVEAWAY: DEVILS DROP FIRST HOME OPENER SINCE 1960 

BLUE DEVILS LOOKING FOR BETTER THINGS AGAINST LASALLE 

WILLIAMS PACES DUKE'S 1ST WIN 

TAYLOR RESPONDS FOR OUKE IN CRISIS 

WILLIAMS FDR Two 

APPALACHIAN ST. BURNS BLUE DEVILS FOR 75-70 VICTORY 

OISMAL DUKE: DEVILS HEADED FOR BASKETBALL WILDERNESS ONCE AGAIN?. 

KRiYZEwSKI'S PRIME WORRY NOT FOES BUT BLUE DEVILS 

DUKE GETS SECOND COMMITMENT 

QUOTES ANO THOUGHTS 

OUKE GETS RECRUIT 

CEORIC JONES DUKE'S MVP 

HOLLAND: SAMPSON DOUBTFUL FOR DUKE 

EARLY DECISIONS SHOW COACH K SCOKING AS RECRUlTEi* 

VIRGINIA SLIPS BY DUKE, 92-93 

CAVALIER RALLY TURNS DOWN SPIRITED BLUE DEVILS 

MILLER'S TIME NO FUN FOR DUKE 

METRO OFF ANO RUNN IN&-- JUS T LIKE BILLY'S MOUTH 

SLUE DEVILS DEALING THEMSELVES IN 

PRINCETON CLOBBFRS BLUE DEVILS 

COACH K. LEFTY NOT HAPPY 

ONUS ON THE PR INCE 

TEAM 'D' DUKE GOAL FOR ECU 

DUKE SEEKS TURNAROUND 

OUkE'S new look REAPS 70-57 WIN 

DUKE ENDS VICTORY DROUGHT 

1981: A GOOD YEAR FOR TAR HEELS 

NO TOUKNEY IN OUKc'S FUTURE 

IRON DUKE OPENS THIRD. FINAL EVENT 

OUKE TO LOSE GRIP ON CLASSIC? 

TRIBUS JUMPER LIFTS WILDCATS OVER DUKE 

3UZZEP SHOT BOUNCFS BLUE DEVILS FROM TOURNEY 

DESPITE RFCO^r, OUKF PROGRAM SHOWING SIGNS OF LIFE 

NEW DEFENSE, NEW STANDOUT KEY DUKE WIN 

SURVIVING THE BAD TIMES 

'POSITIVE' DEVILS SCORE VICTORY 

OUKE UNIV. SPORTS, BUDGET 
OHIO ST. VS. OUKE 

OUKE UNIV. SPORTS, FENCING 

FENCING SKILLS OUALIFY HER FOR NATIONAL COMPETITION 

OUKE UNIV. SPORTS, FIELD HOCKETY 

BALLARD BOUT HIGHLIGHTS BOXING 

DUKE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

SEE ALSO WALLACE WADE STADIUM 

HFiNSOMr Ruled out 

DUKE "rought to youngsters 

DUKE football RECRUIT FAILS ACADEMIC TESTS 

GRa'iTha" military school BOUND 

NOTFS 

COACH WADE, REAGAN TO HOLD FOOTBALL HUDDLE 

«ALLACt WADE AND REAGAN MEET TODAY AT WHITE HOUSE 

SMALL TALK BY BIG MEN 

WADE TALKS FOOTBALL WITH REAGAN 

HEINSOHN FINDS NEW PRIORITIES 



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MOm4»,i«S fOR HOOT 
ATKINSON SAYS nn 
KATCmIMC A'iO 06- 

Aooes' fiNjs tmc 

OukF assistant n 
SOHETwl'iG SE- AT 
OUkE ORILIS TO S 
31UE OEVILS 3PcN 
PAST AND PRESENT 
SURPRISE: «ILSON 
aPENINC RUSH 

CHEER UP. Things 

CEO'ir J0>l£5: DE 
OUKE . UNC ACCOf^P 
VETERAN PLAYERS 
NahaTm, OPACuLA, 
ACC FOCTbALL fIN 
MR. AUTOMATIC 

HOPKINS: Case FO 

THE l/<.-xlLLION 
GETS AUTOGRAPH 
DUKE 20, OhIJ ST 
BLUE nevus 3ANG 
REO X'ANS <NOW 
TAeRQ'i: ■.E'Rc NO 
HART STILL HURTS 
THE RECE IVING Ll 
OHIO ST. VS. nuK 
SPURRIER TO SmuF 

ouke Facing more 
BUCKEYE sENChxaR 
ohio ^taciu" not 
hayfs c;}nspiciiou 

tdHEN r.A-E 5EGAN 
3ENNETI INJURY 3 
BLUE OEvlLS MUFF 
BENNETT'S INJURY 
NEXT TmREE Ga-ES 
DECISION ExPECTE 
BENNETT OUT 
BENNETT'S INJURY 
BENNETT-LESS OUK 

KICKING GAME r:;s 

HANDCUFFED: F»uS 
DUKE MAY Change 
ONLY ON MONDAY 
80«SER - Ous SEi 
WILSON'S PROGRA- 
VICTOOY «OULG 6F 
-iAFLESS HOPEFULS 
SALLY AGAIN GIVE 
SiLLY RALLIfS OE 
SALLY'S PLAY iNS 

3LuE OEviLS fin:: 

OUKE NOT SETTLfn 
3UA°TEREAC< ;uES 
EMj'Y E«PECTS CH 
FIRST ■-UST' GAM 
SALLY TO START M 
SALLY TO START = 
MiLSON SEEKS "IN 

labonte fastest 
sally keeping ge 

OUKE MIXES aTTaC 
A MAR STORY -ON 
OUKE MIXES 'UN, 
BLUE OEVILS RUN 
TWIN MISS GIvE P 
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A REO-SBIOT NOT 
Cn3°LERS: OFvILS 
NOTES 

MAKING The grade 
HEELS. GOBBLERS 
OnOlEY, GROH RET 
TABRON'S TmEFT l 
IN CEEENSE OF DU 
BENNETT RFIURN A 
3CT. -, l-J-,!: CO 
OEyIlS -A«e IT 3 

surprise — defens 
devIls sour hOkI 

•HUMBLE BEN' i?EN 
FOLKS ABOUND HER 
OUKE DEFENSE Car 

MAK ING CUK E ' S GR 

OUKE'S DEFENSE 5 
SUBBING FOR RED 
FCRD LAUDS CUKE 
BRANION HONORED 
NOTES 

A TEST FOR The T 
MCKlNNEY'S PRO H 
TA9R0N TO EMERGE 
TIGERS MANHANDLE 

OUKE Falls back. 
•FLAT' 9Lue DEVI 
JUST ONE DE?T LE 
C1.EMSCN FLATTENS 
INJURIES FORCING 
FOLKS APOUNO HER 
2N0-HALF BLAhS 

obrfmskey finos 
frusiratio'4 grip 
bomSer'S life CE 

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TERPS HOLD OFF D 
MCKIN'iEY KIC<ING 

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OUKE OFFENSIVE L 
AERIAL ATTACK HA 
SELLING Cj: OukE 
SECOND-HALF BLIT 
OUKE STOSY OJFST 
fiL" STUDY GIVES 
VARIETY THE SPIC 
ANDERSON SPECIAL 
FOUR WINS OOmN. 
SURPRISE: OUKF E 
MISSED Chances h 
BLUE DEVILS Run 
BLUE DEVIL Talk 
DukE-n.C. state 



ISh and fox IPhOTOI 

TO ALL-STARS 
ONSTRaTING TmE Ga-e OF FOOTBALL 
Rf'S LIFE AFTER EOOTBALL 
ICk HOPKINS mATChED FLORIDA STATE FCCTBALL CO 

OUKE 
TART EARLIER 

FOOTBALL PRACTICE ON. OFF ThE FIELD 

OPTIMISTIC 
COULD BE MORSE 

EP Threat in duke attack 
lish grid goals 
new coaches brighten blue devils' prospects 

AND Then ben BENNETT 
OS LIFE IN AIR Game 

R The doke defense 

amE 

ATE 14 

ED UP IN SCRIMMAGE 

T PLAYING TO KEEP I' Close 

OVER 1"S70 loss at OiIC STATE 
NE: OUKF'S is long. LOADED AND HuME-GROWN 
E 
FLE BACKS? 

Than ARTFUL DODGER 
MER'S SON STARTS FDR BLUE DEVILS 

A GOOD PLACE FOR UPSETS 
SLY ABSENT FROM BUCKEYE FOOTBALL FAMILY 
They WEREN 'T I ^ AMc 

ruises duke in 2nd half 
Chances for upset 
prompts milson's day-to-day vigil 
CRUCIAL FOR Duke 

TODAY ON 3ENNFTT 

PUTS SALLY IN STARTING ROLE 
E FACES DEviL OF A TIME 
TS DukE 

TRaTEO BLUE DEVILS SHACKLED BY GAMECOCKS 
PLACE-KICKERS 

SON ON The line 

COMES TO CROSSROADS 

A BIRTHDAY PRESENT FOR RED 

IN 'PERFECT MATCH' 
N STARTING NOO OVER AlLiNG BENNETT 
VILS PAST CAVALIERS. Z'i-Z'- 

ERS ONE QUESTION. ASKS ANOTHER 

WINNING FJRMiJLA 

ON OUARTEREaCkS "^OR ecu CONTEST 
riON PUZZLES BLUE DEVILS 
ALLENG6 FOGM OuKE 

cs FOB This season 

Q'.E OPENER AGAINST ECU 
OR DEVILS 

. BUT SAYS ECU Game NOT MUST 
IN RACE FOR hOLLY farms ".00 POLE 
ViLS LOOSE 
K. BEATS ECU. Z".-!". 
GN The football BATTLEFIELD 
PASS TO TOP ECU 
WILD 

LUE OEVILS MOMENTUM 
MER. NOT NAIL 

PLANNED FOR BLUE DEVILS' BENNETT 
"UST FACE UNBEATEN. UNRANKED FOE 



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S DUKE 

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A ROM 
INS POR DUKE 

MOPES 
T JUST HAPPY TO 36 BACK 
WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 
S DISTINCT FLAVOR OF FSU 

ENCY IN Tm6 SPOTLIGHT 



IGERS 

OPES FACE WITH LEG AILMENT 

AS TIGER JINI? 

BLUE DEVILS. 3S-I0 

AGAIN 
US GET FLATTENED 
FT FOR ANGRY TIGERS 

OUKE 

OEVILS EVEN DEEPER TO !«6NCH 
6: WITH THE SPORTS SET 

SUCCESS AT OUKE 
s dukE offense 

NTERS ON TEAMWORK 

ACE ATYPICAL MARYLAND TEAM 

EVILS 

HIMSELF F0» -ISSING FG ATTEMPTS 
'T DIM DU'<E FUTURE 
RYLAND'S DEFENSIVE TACTICS 
UNC GAME KEY VS. TeCH 

INE GAINING R6SPSCT 

S FREDERICK A HAPPY JEVIL 

PUTS RECEIVER CEORIC JONES ON Tm6 MARKET 
Z BY DUKE WHIPS JACKETS 
lONEO 

DEVILS EDGE 
£ IN BLUE DEVIL ROuT 
;2ES IN BLOCKED PUNTS 
TwC TO GO 

NTERS NOVEMBER ON WINNING NOTE 
AUNT OXENDINE 
OVER WAKE 

TURNS TO BOWL BIDS 
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•BULLY- ouKf ";honS 06«c5 no nebcy 

aLUE 06V1L auNNEKS SHOW QFf ASSETS 

CAN DFvFlS OELIVER A NOVEMBER 10 RE-EMBE8? 

it^NI-JicKs'T^E pSEfsSpE OFF nu«E-S AIR AtlACK 

Ts Du"e"i;(S AGO UP. "ECRUITING SCENE BRIGHTENS 

MCINTOSH, ANJERSON NEED NO HYPE 

VICTORY »ILL PUT ACC TITLE IN TIGER PA»S 

3lUf OEVILS- CUPS RUNNETH OVER PACK 

SALLY READY FOR BIG CALL 

iS?I?51^'§8"st'lA^t:?"E!]lDES OUKf TO MILESTONE VICTORY 

OEFFNSE NO LONGER A JOKE AT DUKE 

RED CONFIDENT HE'LL RETURN 

WILSON'S TIRADE JUSTIFIED 

RFD SPITS BACK AT CRITICS 

OUKF-SIAIE GAME A BAO CHOICE FOR TV 

JONES FEELS NO PRESSURE 

DUKE'S MOMENTUM CONCERNS CfiUM 

niiKF'S OFFFNSF THE CENTER OF ATTENTION 

FUST «5ElaCE WaSe team CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY 

SPRUILL RESPECTS OUKE - FOR A CHANGE 

OEFENSE^OFs'liNEO TO FREE LINEBACKERS 

:',}',°dh'l'^V.d"r,'^ S^lIs devils relax 

kli.,tifAn'^\hnir. ?^R"~ffiF-CAROLINA rivalry 

?^?U7 ^slioSFf Dug? ls""Nc'JoSk|ni^Q GATOR 80«L. 31-10 

DEVILS TAKE BLAME. GIVE PRAISE 

FOR SOME IT WAS A LONG DRIVE BACK 

QUICK HANDSHAKE 

TOO MANY DEVILS DISAPPEAR 

s([iE°i5HEir;GjE^*^J'!aN?^:;i^%xTENsioN 
riL'^?"lRji!.^''iERiv^s;TV?ai"S7GH-?rE'DSh:„0NSET 

THE BEST OF RED 

SS^e'SISs'^Sn^I? V^TITION OF ALL 

5il,^°S%A^^E.5^ES;ETvP^?J«^;lP^i^?BALL 

?itSl liSSNS'HERE-'HHAT THE MA I LM.N BROUGHT 
LiLSON SHUFFLES BLUE DEVIL LINE COACHES 
19B1: A GOOD YEAR FOR TAR HEELS 
spurrier: hot SEEKING JOB 

DUKE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL, GRADUATES 

v^ri^r.^oi^'iTcU^^^^ ?sf''?oi7i??L^ iiiw 

5}Sf^?I^rvl^°AaD^Srci'°D;KE"'2A^s'JJkl IS^^dsS in the classroom. . 

pye to accept auard for duke 
ouke univ. sports, football, liberty bowl 

JlnrE'TICW?! acSSemICS: DUKE HAS MORE SUCCESS !N THE CLASSROOM. . 
PYE TO ACCEPT AHARD FOR DUKE 

°"'^ r.l^'^-.nToUl ?S°J5r*h'U S^tIr'^E^Ul HARBOR. ROSE BOWL MADE HISTORIC TRIP H 2 8/D2/8. C 
DURHAM COULD PLAN A ROSE BOWL GALA 

OUKE UNIV. SPORTS. GOLF 

SEE ALSO DUKE GOLF SCHOOL ^ , ^^. 

SEE ALSO DUKE JNIV. FALL GOLF TOURNAMENT, MEN 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. FALL GOLF TOURNAMENT, WOMEN 

UNC 6TH, DUKE 9TH IN SOUTHERN GOLF 

THE MYSTERY Of The MIND GAME 

FALL COLLEGE SEASONS WARMING UP 

OUKE UNIV. SPORTS. HISTORY 

■31 BLUE DEVILS STAGE REUNION 
WALIRIP IS NAMED DRIVER OF THE YEAR 

'""' TAll.'ir.lll ^sS'B??r^CROSSE ALLIES 

^%l:hn'\lA''Hi'n SIGN GRANT WITH TAR HEELS 

DUKE UMV. SPORTS. ROWING 
DUKE DENIES REOUESTS 

DUKE UNIV. SPORTS, SOCCER 

^"uKE^AlSs''lO REPEAT SOCCER SUCCESS 
OUKE OPENS SOCCER 
BLUE DEVILS OPEN WITH SHUTOUT 
DUKE PROVING YAMKS CAN PLAY SOCCER WELL 
OUKE, CAROLINA DEALT FIRST SOCCER DEFEATS 

TIGERS Dump devils 

BLUE DEVIL IN HIGH GEAR 

SixwtLL REPEATS IN CROSS COUNTRY 

STATE EDGES BLUE DEVILS 

0UkI'fxPECt"pI0 to soccer playoffs after edging UNC 

B e!^s^y^?:P^s:i2^ic?^'jspvp:ifLr-- - -- 

ALABAM* ACM ENDS BLUE DEVILS' SEASON WITH OVERTIME GOAL 
SUODEN-OEATH GOAL ELIMINATES DUKE 
DUKE, ULRICH HEAD ALL-ACC SOCCER 

OUKE UNIV. SPORTS, SWIMMING 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., NEREIOIANS 
HOLIDAY SWIMMING 

FpOkl^^lL^on^SA^f^^J^ FOR DRUGS-. U.S. WINS AGAIN 

DUKE UNIV. SPORTS. WOMEN . , ^ 
BALLAJD BOUT HIGHLIGHTS BOXING 
OUKF WOMEN OPEN WITH WIN 
BLUE DEVILS WIN OPENER 
DEVILS CLAIM FIRST ACC WIN 
NO PLACE TO GO , ,, ., 

3 COACHES RESIGN JOBS AT N.C. STATE 



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12/13/81 
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12/16/81 
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12/30/81 



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H 2 11/22/81 B 



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9/11/81 
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9/08/81 
9/09/81 
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9/26/81 
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11/07/91 
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11/21/81 a 

11/21/81 A 

11/28/81 A 

12/04/81 C 

12/04/81 C 



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INDEX 



N F 
P 



STOPPING OuKE 

OUKE UNIV. SPGPTS AND PMrSICAL HEALTH SUILOING 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. SPOBT? 
SEE ALSO WALLACE HAOE STAniuH 

DUKE SPOkTS HfALTH SUILOING GETS FI»ST WOBkOUT TOMOBROb 

NEW LlOKS DOT ABEA CQCT'^ALL 

DU»C UNIV. STBINCS SCHOOL 

YOUNG VIOLINISTS PEBfOBH 

OUKE UNIV. SUMHEB INSTITUTE OF ALCOmOL STUDIES 
SEE ALSO ALCJHOL ISM 

MILLS TO SPEAK AT OUKE INSTITUTE 

DUKE UNIV. SUMMES THEATRE PROGRAM 
SEE Su""EB THEATER AT OUKE 

OUKE UNIV. TRINITY AWARD 

Jill MUSICIAN TO HE SALUTED 

OUKE UNIV. WOMEN'S STUDIES PBOGBAM 

GRANT TO AID OUKE WOMEN'S STUDIES 

DUKE-WATTS FAMILY "EDICINE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO nu«E U'llV. MEDICAL CENTERi DEPT. OF COMMUNITY AND FAMILY MEOICINE 
SEE ALSO Family MEDICINE 

Clinic to cljse; pregnant women out looking 

OUKE WIND symphony 

viennfse ball on tap 

symphony week cites PERSIChETTI 

ouke/ourham relations 

see ouke univ.. town and gown rflations 

ouke/unc computer science colloquium 

SEE ALSO COMPUTfRS 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., COMPUTERS 

MODERN DANCE AT OUKE 

CREATING ART ON THE COMPUTER 

DUKE/UNC OCEanOSBaPhIC CONSORTIUM 

NEW RESEABCM VESSEL TO ARRIVE AT OuKE MARINE LAS ON MONDAY 

DUKE'S NEW Ship 

ON OUTY FOR OUKE 

SHIP TO BE nEOICATEO ON OCT. 2 

JONES WILL DEriCAIE VESSEL FOR RESEARCH 

GUOr.EB WILL hFlP dedicate OUKE VESSEL 

OMkE, UNC TakF VESSEL IN SEAUFORT CEREMONY 

OUKE, UNC OFFICIALS ACCEPT VESSEL CHARTER 

SHIP WITH EVERYTHING: CAPE HATTERAS CAN TALK TO STARS, DESALINATE w 

5 UNIVERSITIES SHARE USE OF RESEARCH VESSEL 

nuNBARTON 

panel approves plan for tdwnhouses 

dunn high school iharnett county, n.c.i 
appointment angers slacks in harnett 

Dunn high school iharnett county, n.c.i spokts, football 

veteran backfleld lifts dunn's hopes in triangle 3-a race 

ounn police oept. 

police officer in ounn quits after dispute 

fir ing was in oroer 

ptliceman's •llghtstick ignites dunn controversy 

dun'i policeman asks to be reinstated 

tv station reports dunn chief has been ordered to besign 

police chief reprimanded 

duplexes 

battle lines form over duplexes in hencerson 
duplex dispute may continue in henderson 
board hasn't taken action on duplexes 
panel says duplexes meet rules 

ouplin wine cellars 

see also festivals, n.c. 
see also wine 
new n.c. wine variety to be available in m»r 

"UPONT CO. 

OU PONT PLANTS UNION VOTES ARE SCHEDULED 

Durham, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DIRECTORY OF DURHAM COUNTY RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO CuBham Chamber of COMMERCE 

CAUSTIC COMMENTS 

DURHAM SUNSET 

PR IDE IN CITY, STATE 

RALfIGM TOPS IN N.C. IN COST-OF-L IVING POLL 

JOIN, OR DIE. ICARTOUNI 

SCMFCNE'S IN THE KITCHEN WITH MABEL LITTLE 

TfllANiiLE BANKS HIGH AMONG PLACES TO LIVE 

ONE OF THE BEST PLACES FOR LIVING 

DuBham, N.C, ALL-AMERICAN CITY PROPOSAL 
SEE ALSO ALL-AMERICAN CITIES 

ALL-amebICAN city GETS SANFORO PUSH 



IUPhAM, N.C 
SFE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SFE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
DURHAM 

CnuNCI 

ANNEXA 
EPA AP 
ANNEXA 
CI TY C 
ANNEXA 
ANNEXA 

cnuNC I 
GROWTH 

COMMIT 
COMMIT 
SEwER 
CITY 
CITY 
R.J 

ANNE XA 

PSO Sh. 

A-E»ir 

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, ANNE 

ANNEXA 

OUBhAM 

RESIDE 

TAXES, 

TARGET 

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PROVES 

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GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
INST ANNEXATION 

ATION AREAS 

EFFECT OF ANNEXATION ON BUSINESSES 

cEGIN AGGRESSIVE CROwTh POLICY 
'ILLI3N FOR SEwER PLANT 

ACE 

:RS ANNEXATION, LYNNHAVEN 
'PENEO TO OLD-FaShIONEO FREEDOM OF CHOICE? 

ET SEPT. 8 

TION HEARING 

XATION PLAN 
NOEPENOENCE PLACE 

DELAYED IN ANNEXED AREA 
C HFARING--PROPUSEO ANNEXATION lAOl 
C HEAR ING--PROPOSEO ANNEXATION tADI 
SES AMERICAN STORAGE SHEOS 
TS COUNCIL OK 

CITY ANNEXATION 
NOT USED IN SEVERAL YEARS 
ING DELAY 



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E L Y 
C PG L P ^YL 



DATE 
S 2 li/Oi/Sl J P P S76 



S 2 lO/02/Rl A 1 P N F25 
H 2 10/03/91 8 2 P P 



S 2 6/l6/ai C 3 N 
H 2 1/22/91 A I 1 N 



H 2 5/09/81 A 5 P N 
S212/0 7/81C 3 N 



H 2 7/25/91 C I N W24 



H 2 lO/M/81 A 10 N 

H 2 10/23/81 D 3 P N 



H 2 


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H 2 


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8/08/81 




3 


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9/13/81 




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N 




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3 


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9 




N 




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10/03/81 




1 




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10/03/81 




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7/15/81 


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5/29/81 


A 


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7/02/91 
7/03/81 
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7/a'./Rl 
7/09/81 
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1 7/03/91 e 1 

1 7/09/81 B 1 

I 7/11/81 B I 

1 7/15/91 B I 



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H 2 11/12/81 A 7 N 



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7/09/81 


B 


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3/16/81 


A 


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11/J3/91 


A 


6 


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11/1(./81 


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12/10/81 


A 


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7/J1/81 


C 


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H 2 


7/25/81 


A 


M N 


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7/25/81 


A 


N 


S93 




7/27/81 


A 


N 


K90 


H 2 


7/29/81 


a 


N 


W36 


S 2 


7/28/81 


B 


N 


K90 


S 2 


8/03/81 


C 


N 


K90 


M 2 


B/0<./BI 


A 


L 




H 2 


3/04/81 


3 


N 




S 2 


a/o<./»i 


B 


N 




S 2 


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A 


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H 2 


8/11/81 


B 


N 




S 2 


8/11/81 


A 


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K90 


S 2 


3/12/81 


A 


N 


K90 


H 2 


3/13/81 


A I 


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M 2 


3/15/81 


b 1 


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S 2 


9/17/81 


A 


N 


$83 


H 2 


8/13/81 


B 


N 


W36 


5 2 


8/18/81 


A 


N 


U57 


S 2 


8/16/81 


B 


N 


583 


H 2 


8/19/81 


A 


N 


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MONlHLY/1 



c IT ««n!igeb'5 sole "»v surface again 

CnUNClL"AN BAPS CITY MANAGER 
SaSTE PLANTS VIUATERULES, 



INDEX 
12/31/81 



INNEXATION iapi 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 1'7 
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ANNEAAIION PLANS ORAM FIRE 
fITT7FNS OPPOSE ANNEXATION 
CITY COUNCIL RESEMBLES DICTATORSHIP 

?';?^"Q'S5Y'°BOO.Jo5"iN WATER BILLING SUITS 
oi^HAi "" riROP 13-.CRE TRACT FROH ANNEXATIO 
CITY "AY NOT ADO -OOuGHNUT HOLE' 
COUNCIL TO COnSIOER SLICING «IiN| « ' ' 'O^l, . , .„ 
CITY COUNCIL DROPS PLANS TO ANNEX 13-ACRE TB 



GROUP GETS ANNEXATION 



^sS;^V:;E^N?A?KF05cruRGES HIGHER -.GES 

iT.l,l\lir. li'Vtl J^ SSs'JJI^ELAY OF ANN 
CANOIDiTES: SERVICES EXTENSION BOON TO CITY 
PANEL NIxES ANNEXATION DELAY |I0,,„^ 
COUNTY RESIDENTS TO FIGHT ANNEXATION 

SniD"e.^?S%L'JN'f5'F?SH?"ALEXAT,0N 

?;?^G?^^:i;s"L'cirSlTS PIECEMEAL ANNEXATION 



EXAIION VOTE 




Nfy COUNCIL MUST TiCKLE OLD PROBLEM 



nuRHAM. N.C., AUCTION OF SURPLUS CITY EQUIPMENT 
"cIIY^STr'eEt's-EEPER on THE AUCTION BLOCK 
iANT A BACKHOE OR SCRAPER? 



DATE 

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8/21/''l 

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8/2S/S1 
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8/2'5/Rl 

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9/01/»'l 
9/02/Rl 

q/c/si 

9/06/ei 

9/oa/ai 

9/09/61 
9/09/'il 

9/i'./ai 
9/i<./ai 
9/i';/Ri 

9/17/81 
9/18/81 
9/21/Bl 
9/22/Bl 
9/22/al 
9/2a/Bl 
9/29/81 
9/30/al 
lO/Ol/Bl 
10/13/81 
10/13/81 
10/13/81 
10/14/81 
10/l<./81 
10/16/81 
10/20/81 
10/20/81 
10/29/81 
lO/28/ei 
10/30/81 
11/19/81 
11/19/81 
11/23/81 
12/08/81 



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beautification program 



1AM, N.C.. BEAUIIFILAI lUN "-"U";"" 

SEE ALSO Clean community system 

'cl iisn KFFP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM 
^'^J„£fer„;RTLF5 Say LINE SOME EXPRESSWAY 



EXITS 



2 5/07/81 e 1 
2 6/07/ai C 1 



H 2 7/30/81 B 3 



"'^'^ErA;'s^-JutSr?I??^8SNT!^rS^^.CIPAL BOARDS. COMM^ 
SFE ALSO PURHAM COUNTY, N.C., BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 
PBOCEDuBcS REVIEW PLANNED „ , , 
1^ bIcOMMENDED =03 2 CITY PANELS 
APPLICANTS SOUGHT FOR BOARDS 
COUNCILMAN BAPS RELATIONS PANEL 
COUNCIL OUI OF 1 IME ,,,,„. c- 
APPOINTMENTS STUDY QUESTIONED 
3 30ARD' HAVE VACANCIES 
CITY POSITIONS TO OPEN 
NOMINATION DRAWS CLAIM OF CONFLICT 

Sic'i^ER^^^JHoSALl'BSlR^D .PFLICATION ^^„ 

ARCHER w THDRAWS APPLICATION FQR BOARD 

PLEDGER, GRIFFIN ARGUE INCIDENT 

ATTORNEY SEES NO CONFLICT 

SQUABBLING IS NO ANSWER 

l^:^.lV,n ^e"rnsM'«2?'S?vE 10 VACANCIES ON BOARD TO FILL 

VACAllciFS FILLED ON AD JUSTMENT BOARD 

CITY SEEKS APPLICATIONS FOR VACANCIES 

PUBhaM, N.C, BONO RATING 

in iil°o CtlSn;"; :i:^:: ^HS^Upal investment program 

SEE ALSO ruRHAM FINANCE DIVISION 
^^!Rn^?Rli°?2:j0ETrS00ST CITY'S BONO RATING 

°"""'s,LR:;;'M-BorfATE improves 



NOMINATIONS 



S/06/81 
5/07/81 
5/12/81 
5/21/81 
5/21/81 
6/19/81 
6/19/81 
7/09/81 
7/10/Bl 
7/11/81 
7/16/81 
7/16/81 
7/17/81 
7/17/81 
7/20/81 
7/22/81 
7/23/81 
3/04/81 
12/16/81 



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5 2 12/29/81 B 1 N K90 
S 2 9/21/81 C 2 N 



DURHAM, N.C, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C 



BOND RATING 
REVENUES 




SEE ALSO DURHAM FINANCE DIVISION „.„.,c„cuT 
SEE ALSO oGrham office OF BUDGET AND MANAGEMENT 
riTY COUNCIL TO GET BUDGET ON MAY 18 
C TY SCHOnCs ASKING COUNTY FOR MORE CASH 
FUND BEOUESTS FROM AGENCIES GOING TO OEPTS. 
COUNCIL SCHEDULES BUDGET HEARINGS 
PROPOSED CITY BUDGET ASKS NO JAX HIKE 
CITY MANAGER WANTS TO UPDATE PLAN 
C TY WATER, SEwER RATE INCREASES SOUGHT 
PROPOSED CTY BUDGET TRIMS AGENCY REOUESTS 
CITY MAY BEDUCE SUPPORT FOR 11 NON-CITY AGENCIES 
KEY SERVICES MUST COME FIRST 
EoS£WHe°rIcoSsIDE?S°h JiNG PROGRAM GRANT 
CnSS TTEE HOPES TO FINISH BUD"!; 'SiHgS?"" 
GROUP SAYS INCREASE WILL HIT HOMEOWNERS 
BOABO TO RECONSIDER FEES 
UNIFORM wAIffl, SEWER RATES SOUGHT 
SPLIT PAY RAISES MAY CAUSE CITY PROBLEMS 
ROLL-OUT POPS UP AGAIN 

PANEL BACKS CITY SUOGET . TAX LID ^cor^ire 

PANFL INCREASES FUNDING ON FINAL DAY OF HEARINGS 
SURPLUS AIOS NON-CITY AGENCIES 
COMMITTEE SNuRS SALE OF PLOTS 
PflUPOSAL WOULD TRIM FUNDS FOR EDGEMONT 
UNCOMPROMISING DUO ,,^,. „„-, 
HEARING ON CUTS MAY AFFECT POOL 
CITY CUMHITTEE TO CONSIOER BUDGET 
COMMITTEE QUESTIONS FUNDING OF PROGRAM 
BUDGET OK ENUS WORK MARATHON ^,,^^^^ 
CITY COUNCIL DELAYS VOTING ON BUDGET 
ALL CITY EMPLOYEES TO GET 9 PERCENT HIKE 
RATES DELAY BUDGET VOTE 



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5/07/81 

5/08/81 

5/08/al 

5/19/81 

5/19/ei 

5/19/81 

5/20/81 

5/20/81 

5/21/81 

5/22/91 

5/22/ei 

5/25/ei 

5/26/81 

5/26/81 

5/27/ei 

5/27/fll 

5/27/91 

5/28/ai 

5/29/ei 

5/30/ai 

6/01/91 

6/02/81 

6/03/81 

6/09/81 

6/11/81 B 

6/U/ai 

6/15/81 

6/16/81 

6/16/81 

6/16/81 



A 11 


N 


B 1 


N W2<r 


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N 


A 13 


N 05". 


A I 


N W36 


B 1 


N 


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C 1 


N W36 


C I 


N 05<. 


A A 


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C 6 


N W36 


C 1 


N 054 


C 


N 054 


B 


N 054 


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N 054 


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N W36 


c 


N 054 


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N W36 


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MONlMCT/a 



NNUAL INOE« 

5/01/81 - U/3l/m 



SjPJECTS 



P»tt ISo 
1/10/82 



SURPLUS 01S»PPE«R5. iGESCIES f£EL EFFECTS 

NF« «arES JATFS «1N P»NEL"S O^ 

CrMHITTEE aESTCȣS FUNDS 

CPUNCfL D«S dUDCET; TAX PATE IS SA-F 

CITY WATE«, SAE1.EP 3ATES TC RISE 

CC"»ITTEE SxITCh STBaINS 'ELATla.s 

A ■ELCO'-E SREaTmEP 

FOEFOOM OF TmOuCmT AND TAKES 

BAPTISTS CAN'T DICTATE C!T» TAI SPENOI.MG 

APTS OesE'VE TAJ tONEV 

acency coitbacts ok'o: "Onitohing sugcesieo 
CITY covsioEas -iej ca^'P^JTEa 

COwITIEE vniFs TO TRADE IN OL CITY COMPUTER 

CGu".CIL"e'« OuERY \£F[; fQs (.f^ COMPUTER SYSTEM 

LOGICAL UPJ4TI-,G 

CITY EMPLOYEES GET PAY RAISES 

hEalT" OFFICIALS PREPARE FOR FEDERAL Funding CUTS 

CITY "AY NOT Raise needed money in ti"e to auY ymca 
DuR>-A" Faces trsde-offs to survive Cjts 

CANOITATES: Changes needed in CITY'S TAX 3ASE 

NErt COUNCIL MUST Tackle old proslem 

CRITIERIA CHANGE "ay BOOST CITY'S BOND RATING 
nuPMAM, N.C.. SuOGET CUTS 

Children: our coh-itment 

dodging a tax increase 

<=y sfrvices "ust come first 

P'nFl studies city =!uD&ET 

INCENTIVE PLAN'S END SUGGESTEr' 

dR=i<T,iROUGH HEAD GETS BONuS 

C^""1TTEE RFcO'jSIDERS h I R I NG PROGRA" GRANT 

FU'.IING PROPOSAL APPEALED 

Cn""lITFE mPPFS TT FINISH BUDGET TOMORROH 

SPLIT PAY RAISES "AY CAUSE CITY PROBLEMS 

R^LL-TUT PJPS UP AGAIN 

PANEL JACKS CITY "UDGET, TAX LID 

PANEL iNCREASfs Funding on final day cf hearings 

SURPLUS AIDS NON-CITf AGENCIES 
PROPOSAL WOULD TRM FUNDS FOR E^GEMONT 
OAY-CARF PROGRa" facing OPhILL battle 
DAY-CARE PROGRa" called OFF 

LACK OF Funds ends summer day care 

Surplus disappears, AGENCIES FEEL EFFECTS 

COMMITTEE RESTORES FuNDS 

CITY <ATER. SAE.ER RATES TO RISE 

9 POSITIONS MAY oE LOST 

NINE CcTa OFFICIALS MAY LOSE JOBS 

BUDGET CuTS Threaten OUR ycunG 

PANEL E'lOORSES CITY MANAGER'S CUTS IN CETA 

COMMITTEE APPROVES CUTS 

HARVARD STUDY fcACKS DURHAM CETa POST 

CETA fcpyTY aACEn 

El'OGET Cuts send SCHOOLS SEARCHING FOR VOLUNTEERS 

DURHAM PROJECTS JOOGE CUTS 

"uRham. n.C. "US SCHEDULES 

ajS STOP ShOuLO be ADDED 

COUNCIL Pa.iEL to kEIGh TRANSIT GRANT 

MYNN: CUTTING NIGHT BUSES DEVASTATING TO DURHAM TECH 

CDNTINUFD NIGHT buS SERVICE IN DURHAM GETS PANEL OX 

COUNCIL PANEL REBUFFS 310 FOR NIGHT BUS CUTS 

eoUNClL SEEKS DELAY OF BUS TEST 

STUDY NEEDED JEFORE EUS ROUTES ARE CUT 

SURVEY TO GAUGE 3u S RIDERSHIP 

BUS curs DELAY POSSIBLE 

ou»E PuwtR oks Bus Cut delay 

Cuts on TnD 3uS routes postponed until February 

bus riders unaware of cuts 

COUNCIL Qui END OF NIChT BuS SERVICE 
CITIZENS TO OPPOSE END OF NIGHT 3US SERVICE 
COUNCIL VOTE TO END NIGhT BUS SERVICE DRAWS FIRF 

council lets us down 

mayor: finding tr an spf^rt at 1 on is tqp priority 

reed questions 'new direction' 

DEMO PRECINCT Chairman raps MAYOR'S VOTE 

PANEL DISCUSSES BUS VOTE 

DURHAM, N.C, Bus STUDY 

SEE ALSO Durham CITY COUNCIL, BUS STUDY COMMITTEE 

BUS stuOy grant is endorsed 

CUIDELINES ON CITY SUITS TO BE STUDIED 

STuflY OUTLINES CITY ALTERNATIVES ON BUS SYSTEM 

GRANT FUNDS BUS STuDY 

PANFl backs BUS STUDY GRANT 

CCUNCIL SEEKS DELAY OF BUS TEST 

STUDY NEEDED BEFORE BUS ROUTES ARE CjT 

Survey to Gauge Bus RIOERShIP 

Bos Cuts delay POSSIBLE 

OufHAM, N.C "USES 

SEE ALSO Bus FARES 

SEE ALSO PUS Shelters 

SEE ALSO Durham CITY COUNCIL, BUS STuOY COMMITTEE 
see alS'D Durham union bus STATION 
SEE ALS'! SCHOOL Bus DRIVERS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S., busing 

Pare hike approved for Durham buses 

Bus RATE HIKE approval Fuels citizen's criticism 

COUNCIL PANEL TO WEIGH TRANSIT GRANT 

PANEL DELAYS APPOINTMENTS TO ECONOMIC TASK FORCE 

COMMITTEE DELAYS TASK FORCE 

STATE Pushes city on TRANSIT SYSTEM 

UNIT NEEas W3IJE Bus facts 

notice df transit increase 

city bus fares td increase 

Buses line up 

bus fares increase saturday 

bus study grant is enoqpsed 

guidelines on city suits to be stu0i60 

study outlines city alternatives on bus system 

grant funds bus study 

PANEL BACKS Bus STUDY GRANT 

wynn: Cutting NIGhT BUSES DEVASTATING TO OuRmam TECh 

CONTINUED NIGHT BUS SERVICE IN DURHAM GETS PANEL OK 

COUNCIL PANFL REBUFFS BID FOR NIGHT BUS CUTS 

COUNCIL SEEKS DfLAY OF BUS TEST 

study needed refqre bus routes are cut 

survey to gauge bus rioership 

bus cuts delay possible 

Duke power Oks puS Cut delay 

Cuts on two bus routes postpcieo until February 

bui riders unaware of cuts 

COUNCIL OKS END OF NIGhT BuS SERVICE 
CITWfNS TD OPPOSE End OF NIGHT BUS SERVICE 
CCijNClL VOTE TO END NIGHT BUS SERVICE DRAWS FIRE 

COUNCIL lfts us down 



C ^G L P ?YL 



S 2 


6/13/Rl C 




N OS", 


H 2 


6/l>)/»I fa 




N H68 


S 2 


6/lP/ai C 




N 


H 2 


6/25/81 A 




P N SSI 


S 2 


6/23/Pl A 




N OS". 


S 2 


4/2'./»l A 




P N 054 


S 2 


i/Z'./Sl A 




E 


H 2 


6/28/91 




E 


H 2 


6/23/31 




L 


H 2 


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L 


H 2 


7/21/ei B 




N W3t 


H 2 


9/06/R1 B 




N W36 


H 2 


8/07/ai b 




N W36 


S 2 


3/07/Bl B 




N K90 


S 2 


8/10/31 A 




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3/2I/ai C 




N K-)0 


S 2 


3/31/31 C 




N F30 


S 2 


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N K^O 


S 2 


10/02/31 A 




N K90 


S 2 


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N KOO 


S 2 


2/33/Pl 4 




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12/2'»/8l e 




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H 2 


5/ll/ei A 




A 


5 2 


5/20/31 A 




e 


S 2 


5/21/ei A 




c 


H 2 


5/22/31 C 




N W36 


H 2 


5/22/91 C 




N 


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5/22/31 C 




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H 2 


5/2V31 a 




P N 


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5/25/31 C 




N 054 


S 2 


5/27/91 C 




N 054 


S 2 


5/27/91 C 




N 054 


H 2 


5/29/31 B 




N W36 


S 2 


5/2n/ai C 




N 054 


S 2 


5/30/31 A 




N 054 


S 2 


6/02/3 1 A 




N 054 


H 2 


6/D3/91 e 




N S51 


H 2 


6/10/91 B 




N S51 


S 2 


O/10/91 C 




N 


S 2 


6/19/91 C 




N 054 


5 2 


6/10/31 C 




N 


S 2 


6/23/91 A 




N 054 


S 2 


7/11/31 A 




N 


H 2 


7/11/31 3 




N W36 


S 2 


7/13/31 A 




L 


H 2 


7/2''/61 B 




N W36 


S 2 


7/2'./31 C 




N <90 


S 2 


7/25/31 A 




N KSO 


H 2 


7/31/91 C 




N 


S 2 


10/12/31 C 




N 008 


S 2 


12/19/31 A 




N F30 


H 2 


5/22/91 A 




L 


H 2 


6/J'./91 A 


2<. 


N W36 


S 2 


11/07/81 A 




N DGa 


S 2 


12/09/31 A 




N K90 


H 2 


12/10/81 B 




N S51 


S 2 


12/17/ei A 




N K90 


5 2 


2/17/31 A 




L 


S 2 


2/17/31 C 




N K^O 


H 2 


12/19/81 C 


1 1 


N 3B1 


S 2 


12/1R/31 A 




N 


H 2 


.2/21/91 A 


1 1 


N 


5 2 


12/21/31 c 




N K90 


H 2 


2/22/91 A 




N S51 


S 2 


12/22/31 C 




N K90 


M 2 


12/23/31 B 




N S51 


S 2 


2/24/81 A 




F 


S 2 


12/2<./Pl C 




N K9n 


S 2 


12/30/31 C 




N K90 


H 2 


12/31/91 




N S51 


5 2 


12/31/31 C 




N K90 


H 2 


8/06/91 C 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/27/ai D 




N 


S 2 


10/09/31 C 




N K90 


S 2 


ID/22/»l C 




N K90 


H 2 


10/23/91 E 




N SSI 


S 2 


12/17/31 A 




N K90 


S 2 


12/17/81 A 




L 


S 2 


12/17/91 C 




N <90 


B 2 


12/19/31 C 




N ?81 



H 2 


5/23/31 






N 


S 2 


5/23/81 






1 054 


M 2 


6/04/91 






N W3& 


M 2 


6/05/91 




17 


N W36 


S 2 


6/D5/31 






N 054 




6/22/81 






N 054 


S 2 


6/22/»l 






N 054 


S 2 


7/21/31 






A 


S 2 


7/22/»l 






N 


S 2 


7/29/91 






P P T37 


H 2 


7/30/81 






N 


H 2 


3/06/91 




15 


N 


H 2 


d/27/91 






N 


S 2 


10/08/91 






N K90 


5 2 


10/22/31 






N K90 


H 2 


10/23/91 






N S51 


S 2 


U/07/91 






N DD9 


S 2 


12/09/31 






N K90 


H 2 


12/10/31 






N S51 


S 2 


12/17/91 






N K90 


S 2 


12/17/31 






L 


S 2 


12/17/31 






N K90 


H 2 


12/19/91 




1 1 


N sal 


S 2 


12/19/91 






N 


M 2 


12/21/91 




11 


"f 


S 2 


12/21/31 






N K90 


H 2 


12/22/81 






N S5l 


S 2 


12/22/31 






N K90 


H 2 


12/23/91 


B 




N S51 


S 2 


12/24/31 


A 




F 



HONTMLY/A 



INDEX 



SUBJECTS 



PICE l^f 



HirOR: FINOINr, Tn JNSPnRT AT inN 15 TOP PRIORITY 
RFEn QUfSTIDNS -NEW DIRECTION' 
OEMO PRECINCT CHAIR'IAN RAPS MAYOR'S VOTF 
PANEL DISCUSSES BUS VOTE 

DURHAM, N.C.. CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION 
SEE DURHA><, 'J.C-, HISTORY 

OURHAMi N.C.. CHARTER 

SEE OURHA" CITY CHARIER 



OURhaM, N.C* CITY 
SEE ALSO AMERICA 
SEE ALSO DURHAM 
SEE ALSn DURHAM 
SEE ALSO DURHAM 
SEE ALSO DURHAM 
SEE ALSO DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM 
SEE ALSO N.C. ST 
SEE ALSO MAOES. 
CITY HONORS JO 
PERSONNEL CHAN 
^6 CASES PENDI 
CITY TO STOHY 
LI)JU1»E LEAVES 
CITY TC ADVERT 
PRINT SHOP IMP 
NINE CETA OFF I 
MAYOR. MANAGE" 
DEPART ING JFf I 
JACKSON SERVET 
VICTORIOUS TcA 
GUIDEL INES ON 
SmEATING O.J jn 
CITY MAY CailNS 
COUNSELING PAY 
PRIVATE RFSPON 
WHY HIRE OUTSt 
CITY HONORS !<• 



EMPLOYEES 

N FEDERATION OF STATE. COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 

CI TY CLERK'S OFF ICE 

CITY COUNCIL. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

COUNTY. N.C. EMPLOYEES 

EMPLOYEE HEALTH SERVICE 

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS OFFICE 

PERSONNEL OEPT. 

ATE PERSONNEL ACT 

DURHAM 

WORKERS 
GES PROPOSED 
NG 
WATER USE 

INSPECTIONS 
ISE POST 

RESSES CITY HALL VISITORS 
CIALS MAY LOSE JOBS 

TO FIELD TEAMS 
CIAL SAYS CITY DOING BETTER ON HIRING 

ELL 
M 

CITY SUITS TO BE STUDIED 
6 IS PLEASURE 
EL WORKERS 
S OFF 
S laiL ITY 
OERS? 

LONGTIME EMPLOYEES 



OURHAM. N.C. CITY EMPLOYEES. PRIVACY ACT 

see durham, n.c. city employees 

see ourham personnel oept. 

see n.c state personnel privacy act 

Durham, n.c city employees, residency requirements 
rule is slowing search for clerk 
task not impossible 

ourham, n.c. city employees. salaries 
uniform water. sewer rates sought 
split pay raises may cause city problems 

panel backs city "udget. tax lid ^ 

group approves salary increases 
city committee to consider budget 
city council delays voting on budget 
all city employees to get ■? percent hike 
city employees get pay raises 

durham. n.c. city employees. solicitation policy 
SEE ALSO Charities 

SEE ALSO FUND RAISING 

SEE ALSO N.C OFFICE OF SOLICITATION LICENSING 
CITY COUNCIL DROPS PLANS TO ANNEX 13-ACRE TRACT 

OURHAM, N.C. CITY GARAGE 

SEE DURHAM CENTRAL SERVICE CENTER 



OURHAM. N.C. 
SEE DURHAM, 



CITY OF MEDICINE' 
N.C. MEDICAL INDUSTRY 



DURHAM. N.C. CIVIC CENTER PROPOSAL 

SEE ALSO COHNTOHN DURHAM DEVELOPMENT CORP. 
SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C.. DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO Durham civic center iolO' 

SEE ALSO DURHAM PROGRESS CROUP 
SEE ALSO HOTELS, DURHAM 

10 HOTEL DEVELOPERS MAKE INQUIRIES ABOUT DURHAM 

HOTEL-CIVIC C=NTER PACKAGING SAID CLOSE" 

A POSITIVE CLIMATE 

DURHAM: BRIGHTER PICTURE EMERGING 

PANEL BACKS CITY BUDGET, TAX LID 

EXPRESSWAY, hOTEl-CIVIC CENTER AT TOP OF CHAMBER PRIORITY LIST 

hotfl stuoy is Said to need morf work 

officials upturn study for research 

MEETINGS: IF The PU3LIC PAYS, LET THE PUBLIC GAZE 

REPORT ON MOTEL-CIVlC CENTER DUE SOON 

EDITED REPORT DUE IN 3 WEEKS 

EDITED STUDY OF HOTEL TO BE RELEASED JULY 23 

BACK ON THE FRONT BURNER 

DOWNTOWN GROUP ACCEPTS CIVIC CENTER-HOTEL REPORT 

CIVIC CENTER-HOTEL CALLED A GOOD IDEA 

CURRENT SIGNS ON GO FOR DOWNTOWN COMPLEX 

CIVIC CENTER - WHO'LL Pay FOR IT? 

15 DEVELOPERS' NAMES NOT RELEASED 

CIVIC COMPLEX MOVES FORWARD 

SITE PLANS PRECEDE FUNDS SEARCH 

CONFUSION MARKS NAME OF DOWNTOWN UNIT 

CREPE MYRTLES MAY LINE SOME EXPRESSWAY EXITS 

THE FULL-OF-MOLf S SECRECY ARGUMENT 

MORE VENTURES EYED FOR COMPLEX 

GROUP MAY ADO TRAINING UNIT 

CIVIC CENTER, HOTEL COULD BEGIN WITHIN YEAR 

CITY COMPLEX START POSSIBLE NEXT YEAR 

CIVIC CENTER: MAYBE IT'S NOT SO REMOTE NOW 

CANDIDATES SPAR OVER DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

PUSH FOB CIVIC CENTER EXPECTED TO CONTINUE 

CITY BLOCK EYFD by DEVELOPERS 

MARKHAM'S REACTION TO FEDERAL PLAN SPARKS DOWNTOWN CONCERN 

OOWNTO-N CORP. INTERESTED IN BLOCK NORTH OF MORGAN 

NO COMMENT AVAILABLE ON LOCATION 

CDRREC TION 

GROUP TO RECOMMEND CIVIC CENTER DEVELOPER 

AT LONG LAST. . . 

DURHAM. N.C, CIVIC CLUBS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CIVIC CLUBSI 
SEE ALSO COUNCIL Of CIVIC CLUBS OF GREATER DURHAM 
CIVIC CLUBS URGED TO CONFRONT SERIOUS PROBLEMS 
LOvETT: CITY NEEDS STRONG LEADERSHIP 
HANDICAPPED PERSONS BEING USED AS PAWNS 
CIVIC CLUBS OFF The HOOK 

DURHAM, N.C. COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 



P 



DATE 



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S 2 12/2<>/ni C 1 N K<)D 

^ 2 l2/30/ni C 1 N K90 

H 2 12/31/91 El N S'il 

S 2 12/31/BI C 1 N K90 



s 


2 


5/01/81 






N 




s 


2 


5/23/Bl 






N 


054 


s 


2 


5/29/fll 






N 




s 


2 


6/25/81 




1 P 


N 


054 


s 


2 


7/ul/Sl 




I P 


F 


054 


5 


2 


7/02/81 






N 




S 


2 


7/07/81 


e 


1 P 


N 


054 


H 




7/11/81 


e 




N 


W36 


H 


2 


7/15/81 


B 


10 


N 




H 


2 


7/16/81 


B 




N 


W36 


S 


2 


7/17/81 


A 




E 




s 


2 


7/22/81 


c 


1 P 


P 


S76 


H 


2 


9/27/81 


D 




N 




s 


2 


a/29/81 


A 


3 P 


N 


U57 


s 


2 


9/ 1/81 


8 




N 


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s 


2 


9/ 7/81 


A 




E 




H 


2 


9/21/81 


A 




E 




H 


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10/ 1/81 


D 




L 




H 


2 


U/Oit/Rl 


A 




N 


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s 


2 


12/09/81 


C 1 


N 




s 


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12/11/Bl 


A 4 


E 




H 


2 


5/27/81 


C 1 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


5/27/81 


C 1 


N 


054 


M 


2 


S/28/81 


B 1 


N 


W36 


S 


2 


5/28/81 


A 12 


N 


054 


H 


2 


6/11/81 


e 1 


N 


H36 


H 


2 


6/16/Bl 


A 1 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


6/16/ai 


C 1 


N 


054 


s 


2 


3/21/Bl 


C 1 


N 


K90 



H 2 9/22/81 6 I 



S 2 


5/04/81 




1 N 


054 


S 2 


5/18/81 




1 N 


054 


H 2 


5/20/81 




E 




H 2 


5/24/81 




T F 


A20 


M 2 


5/28/81 




N 


W36 


H 2 


5/28/81 




N 




H 2 


5/29/ai 




N 


F78 


S 2 


5/29/81 




N 


K90 


H 2 


6/03/81 




E 




H 2 


6/08/81 




N 


M09 


S 2 


6/08/91 




N 


K90 


H 2 


7/08/91 


A I 


N 




H 2 


7/23/81 




E 




S 2 


7/23/81 




N 


K90 


H 2 


7/24/81 




N 


A20 


S 2 


7/25/81 




E 




H 2 


7/26/81 




N 


A20 


S 2 


7/27/81 




N 


S93 


H 2 


7/28/81 




E 




S 2 


7/29/91 




N 


K90 


S 2 


7/29/81 




N 


S83 


H 2 


7/3D/81 




N 




H 2 


8/D6/8I 




E 




H 2 


9/14/81 




N 


M09 


S 2 


9/14/81 




N 




S 2 


9/21/91 




N 


K90 


H 2 


9/22/81 




N 


BBI 


H 2 


9/23/81 




E 




H 2 


10/14/81 




N 


S5l 


S 2 


11/05/81 




N 


593 


H 2 


11/10/31 




N 


331 


S 2 


12/02/81 




N 


X16 


H 2 


12/11/81 




N 


B8I 


S 2 


12/11/81 




N 




H 2 


12/12/81 




N 




H 2 


12/21/81 


3 


N 


M09 


H 2 


12/30/91 


A 4 


E 




H 2 


7/31/81 


B 


,N 


MD4 


S 2 


7/31/81 


C 


'n 


DD8 


H 2 


10/07/91 


A 4 


L 




H 2 


10/16/81 


B 1 


N 


351 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



CI r* CQ'iSIOf^S NEW CaMPUT€R 

Cnf^lITfE VOIfS TO TRaOf IN QLO CITY COMPUTER 

COUHCICEN CjFBY -lEEO FOR NEH COMPUTER SYSTEM 

LOGICAL UPOAIIN'". 

ANNEXATIOI METhOO GETS COUNCIL OK 

OURMA- TO L.ET nfl COMPUTER 

OUPmam, N.C. CCNT3ACT OIOOINO 

SEE ALSO euILOING CONTRACTORS ,^,. 

SEE ALSO PRIVATE CONTRACTORS I fOR FEDERAL EHPLOYEESI 
FIRETRuCKS TO ASPIRIN ARE ON SHOPPING LIST 

OuRMAM, N.C. DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO DOWNTOWN DURHAM DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

SEE ALSn nuRHAH, N.C, CIVIC CENTER PROPOSAL 

SEE ALSO ruRHAM. N.C. GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

S'E AIST DURHAM PROGRESS GROUP 

SEE ALSO UR'iAN OEVELOOMENT ACTION GRANTS 

DURHAM SAID IN TOP FIVE FOR REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT 

A POSI T I VE Climate 

HAN=S: INVESTING IN ARTS CAN REDEVELOP INNER CITY 

DURHA"; 5RIGHTEB PICTURE EMERGING ,,„„, 

DURHAM AND THE RESEARCH PARK: NEw LOOK AT THE GROWTH FACTORS 

DURHAM'S FlaiT UNION BLDG. RAISES RENT FOR OFFICE SPACE 

DURHA" Investor dead at 71 

OURHA- INVESTOR OIES ,^.,^ ,^.^^r 

U.S. GJVT. Showing INTEREST IN DOWNTOWN OFFICE LEASES 
FIRMS PLAN TO EXPAND DOWNTOWN 

DURHAM Businesses expanding offices 

UP9EAT NOTE FOR DOWNTOWN 

SACK ON THE FRONT bURNER 

OOWNTOWH GROUP accepts CIVIC CENTER-HOTEL REPORT 

CIVIC CFNTcR-hQTcL CALLED A GOOD IDEA 

GFNFRAL TELEPHONE KEEPS FAITH IN DOWNTOWN DURHAM 

CURRENT SUNS ON GO FOR OOwNTOwN COMPLEX 

CIVIC CENTER - WHTLL PAY FOR IT? 

IS DEVELOPERS' NAMES NOT RELEASFO 

Civic COMPLFl MOVES FORWARD 

SIIF PLANS PRECFOE FUNDS SEARCH 

CO'.fuSION MARKS NAME OF DOWNTOWN UNIT 

ARCHITECT: DOWNTOWN TO RETURN AS HEART OF CITY 

TRUST BUILDING TO GET RENOVATIONS 

GROUP MAY ADD TRAINING UNIT 

FFOS GIVE UP ON MOVING RESEARCH :iFFICE DOWNTOWN 

ARMY ENDS SEARCH FOR DOWNTOWN SPACE 

CIVIC CENTER. MOTEL COULO BEGIN WITHIN YEAR 

CITY CO"PLE« START POSSIBLE NEXT YE4R 

Civic CENTER: MAYBE IT'S NOT SO REMOTE NOW 

DEVELOPER PLANS TO OPEN BRIGhTLEAF By OCT. 

BUSINESS RESTORES LIFE TO LITTLE FIVE POINTS 

LITTLE FIVE POINTS RENEWAL FUNDING NOT YET ALLOCATED 

REVIVING downtown; 3 BASIC STEPS 

MAYOR URGES FUNDING TO IMPROVE DOWNTOWN 

CANDIDATES SPAR OVER DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

1ST OFFICE CONOOMINIUM UNDER WAY DOWNTOWN 

LAW BUILDING WAS FIRST 

RODENHIZER* MAfiKMAM VARY ON ANNEXATION ISSUE 

LAND USE, RESIDENTS SPLIT 2 CANDIDATES 

AT-LABGE HOPEFULS: SERVICES MUST BE PROVIDED 

DEVELOPMENT IS TOP PRIORITY 

REOFvElOPERS SOUGHT FOR MAYTI SECTION 

CITY PLOCK £»E0 OY DEVELOPERS 

PRIVATE INVESTMENT URGEP FOR DOWNTOWN ,„.,,„. 

NARKHAM'S REACTION TO FEDERAL PLAN SPARKS DOWNTOWN CONCERN 

DOWNTOWN CORP. INTERESTED IN BLOCK NORTH OF MORGAN 

NO COMMENT AVAILABLE ON LOCATION 

COflPECTTON 

NF- BUSINESSES SOUGHT FOR HAYTI 

AT LONG LAST. . . 

DURHAM, N.C., OuwnTOWN DWELLING 
SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM , , ,„ , ^ ,r 

DOWNTOWN njRHAH - A GREAT PLACE TO LIVt IF. . . 
NEW MAYOR MAY BE BOOST TO DOWNTOWN LIVING EFFORT 

DURHAM, N.C, ECONOMY 
SEE ECONOMY, DURHAM 

DURHAM, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 

SEE ELECTIONS, DURHAM 

SEE ELECTIONS, DURHAM, PRIMARIES 

DURHAM, N.C, ELECTIONS, PRIMARY 

SEE ELECTIONS, DURHAM, PRIMARIES 

DURHAM, N.C., FILM MAKING 

SFE ALSO Durham county centennial film 
SEE ALSO F ILMMAK ING 

FIRM AIDED LIBRARY GROUP 

COUNTY'S CENTENNIAL FILM MAY BE READY THIS MONTH 

COMMISSION REPORTS ON DURHAM FILM 

'BRAINSTORM' DATE, CAST ARE CHANCED 

MOVIELAND 

DUKE PICKED FOR FILM SHOTS 

OUKE TO BE FILMING SITE 

THEY'RE HUNTING FOR A GOVERNOR 

LOGICAL PLACE FOR A PREMIERE 

TRUMBULL TRYING NEW TECHNIQUES 

'BRAINSTORM' STARS ARRIVE IN TRIANGLE 

SCHEDULING PREVENTS HUNT FROM PLAYING HIMSELF IN FILM 

NATALIE wOOO A BUSY LAOY 

HUNT HOSTS "DVIF STARS , „, , 

HUNT, STARS SHARE STAGE IN 'BRAINSTORM' GATHERING 

oREikFaST at HUNT'S 

ACTRESS DUE AN APOLOGY 

FILMING STARTS ON 'BRAINSTORM' 

HUNT HELPS 'JRAINSIORM, 

DURHAM HAS A 'BRAINSTORM' 

BOARD SEES Hir.ML IGHTS 

FILM HUNTER SEES 'BRAINSTORM' BENEFITS 

DURHAM, N.C, FOREIGN VISITORS 

SEE ALSO Durham city SCHOOLS, FOREIGN VISITORS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, FOREIGN VISITORS 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN VISITORS 

BUENOS DIAS, SE'iORA: BIENVENIOAI 

MRS. LOPEZ PORTILLO TOURS INSTITUTE 

VISITING AMERICA 

DANISH VISITORS NEED HOSTS 

FRENCH VISITOR LAUDS U.S. 

GIFTS FRO" ENGLANO 

FOuR JAPANESE TEACHERS TO VISIT DURHAM SCHOOLS 

FOUR AFRICAN FGUCATORS VISIT N.C. CENTRAL 

CHINESE JOURNALIST HOPES TO BRIDGE COUNTRYS' GAP 



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SnvItTS LECTuiie AT NCCU 

NCCU MOSIS RETiaED SOVIET EniTOR TOUAy 

FOSMER SOVIET EniTO" HITS REAGAN'S ArlMS PROPOSAL 

RETIRED SOVIET EDITOR auESTtONS PROPOSAL'S TIMING 

DURHAM, N.C., Garage 

SEE DURHAM CENTRAL SERVICE CENTER 



DURHAM 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
OF 
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TH 



N.C.. GROWTH OEVEL 

ALSO Durham, n.C 
ALSO Durham, n.C, 

ALSn DURHAM, N.C 
ALSO DURHAM COUNTV 
ALSn DURHAM PL ANN IN 
ALSO DURHAM REDEVEL 
ALSO ECONOMY, OURHA 
ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEV 
ALSO POPULATION, OU 
ALSO PRHJECI JOOO 
FICIAL : LIFE QUALIT 
GROWTH SEEN RI 
E BOULEVARD: VANGU* 
iJHSITIVE CLIMATE 
OOP TO STUDY CITY N 
BHA": BRIGHTER PICT 
AM AND The RESEAR 
LnP"fcNT AT ITS WOI 
PRESSWAY, HOTEL-CIV 
SSnLE DURHAM 500M 
,NTO«N GROUP ACCEPT 
VIC CENTER-HOTEL CA 
VIC COMPLEX MOVES " 
XHN L IfaPAP r ViEWcO 

OFFICE CONOOMINIUH 
NDOMIMU'IS TO OE FN 



OPMENT 
ANNEXATION 

CIVIC CENTER PROPOSAL 
DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 
N.C, GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
AND ZONING COMMISSION 
OPMENT COMMISSION 



ELOPMENT, DURHAM 
RHAM 

Y WILL REOUIRE EFFORT 

SING 

RO OF MERGING OF TWO CITIES 

EEOS 

URE EMERGING , ,„ , 

CH park: new LOOK AT THE GROWTH FACTORS 

RST 

IC CENTER AT TOP OF CHAMBER PRIORITY LIST 

INTERESTS BANKS, INVESTORS 

S CIVIC CENTER-HOTEL REPORT 

LLFD a GOOD IDEA 

ORWARD 

AS ASSET 

S PLANNED AT tl-MlLLlON COST 

ERGY EFFICIENT 



DURHAM, N.C, HAYTI SECTION 

SEE ALSO HAYTI URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT 
RFDEVELOPERS SOUGHT FOR HAYTI SECTION 
PANEL HEARS CABLE TV REPORTS , ,,,,, 

COUNCILMEN CALL HAYTI REBUILDING UNREALISTIC 
CITY PANEL DELAYS VOTE ON CONTRACT 
NEW COUNCIL TO STUDY HAYTI REDEVELOPMENT 
HEARING SET ON RENEWAL PLAN 
HAYTI ANSWER SURPRISES OFFICIALS 
NEW BUSINESSES SOUGHT FOR HAYTI 

DURHAM, N.C., HISTORIC BUILDINGS 

SEE ALSO DOWNTOWN DURHAM HISTORIC DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY HALL 

SEE ALSO naTIONSL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 

^'jO HISTORIC AREA PLANNED 

•MOUNTAIN 30Y' AWED BY OLD CITY STABLE 

RESPECTING THE PAST 

THE COURTHOUSE SHOULD BE USED, NOT LEFT IDLE 

COUNTY OKS LIBRARY RIO 

COMMISSIONERS OK SALE OF OLD COUNTY LIBRARY 

LIBRARY IN GOOD HANDS 

A PART OF OUR HISTORY 

REPAIR WORK BEGINS 

DOWN, BUT NOT OUT 

NEW DEPRECIATION SWEET FOR BUSINESS 

HISTORIC DURHAM: SURVEY TURNS UP 11 OLD BUILDINGS OF INTEREST 

SOMEBODY UP THERE LOOKS AFTER SAINT JOE 

PANEL BACKS BUS STUDY GRANT 

DURHAM PRESERVATION GROUP TO GET NATIONAL RECOGNITION 

HOW TIMES DO CHANGE: 1ST APARTMENT BUILT IN I''l3 

THE KRcSS BUILDING: 'LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY' 

DURHAM, N.C, HISTORIC DISTRICT 
2N0 HISTORIC AREA PLANNED 

DURHAM, N.C, HISTORIC HOUSES 

SEE ALSO DOWNTOWN DURHAM HISTORIC DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC HOMFS, N.C 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 

SEE ALSO PEGRAM HOUSE lOUKE UNIV. I 

SEE ALSO RESTORATION AND PRESERVATION 

SEE ALSO STAGVTLLE CENTER FOR PRESERVATION TECHNOLOGY 

HISTORIC DURHAM: SURVEY TURNS UP 11 OLD BUILDINGS OF INTEREST 

DURHAM, N.C, HISTORY 

SEE ALSO Durham county, n.C, ce 
SEE also Durham COUNTY, N.C, HI 

HOW TIMES DO Change: CHURCh BU 

how times do chance: EFFORTS T 

how times do Change: war Ended 
wartime shipments caused stamp 
•mountain boy* awed by old cit 
HOW TIMES DO Change: welfare w 
papa george. . .an uneqrgettab 
'Put that gum away:' and other 
old durham 'y' was world of it 
from pasadena to durham after 
for brantley, ccc spelled new 
soldiers helped ouell lynch mo 
how times do change: prizes we 
how times do change: school te 
star shuttle makes trouble 

HOW TIMES DO Change: DURHAM WA 
HOW TIMES DO CHANGE: HAIR STYL 
SAM BOONE HELPED BUILD UNC • S M 
THE CITY THAT STRUCK GOLD TWIC 
MOW TIMES DO CHANGE: PUSHED RA 
HOW TIMES 00 CHANGE: PROMISE N 
OCT. <,, 1^<>1: COLOR, FUN AND A 
NEEDED: HISTORICAL SIGN 
HOW TIMES 00 CHANGE: MANY SOUL 
hOw times DO CHANGE: HAS SERVE 
MORGAN'S DREAMS REALIZED 58 YE 
HOW TIMES 00 CHANGE: FAIR RAN 
HOW TIMES DO CHANGE: TRUE PICT 
POOL TABLE SAVED A LIFE WHEN B 
HOW TIMES DO Change: ISI APART 

HOW TIMES DO Change: Churches 

'DOC EPPERSO'l: FORMER HEALTH 
HO. TIMES 00 CHANGE: WAR PRISO 
HOW TIMES 00 CHANGE: EARLY TRA 
AN OLD WAR-HORSE: PEARL HARBOR 
CONFUSION REIGNFO AS 'EGGS' FE 
mO« times 00 CHANGE: UMPIRES B 
MOW TIMES DO CHANGE: LIVED LIF 
SHE THOUGHT OF OTHERS IN 191<. 
BIG BROTHER HAD MORE ON HIS MI 

ouRMA" cmristmases were rowdy 



BOWL MADE HISTORIC TRIP 



NTENNIAL 

STORY 

ILT ON ROCK 

SAVE HOME FAIL 

H DURHAM 
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ork begins 
lE man 
words of wisdom 

S OWN IN The '30S 

PEARL HARBOR, ROSE 

LIFE 

B 

RE OFFERED 

RM WAS SHORT 

S HIS DOCTOR 
E WAS CHANGED 
ICaOFILM LIBRARY 
E 

ILROAO BILL 
OT FORGOTTEN 
BLUE DEVIL WIN 



S WERE SAVED 

CITY WELL 

ARS AGO 

TWO MONTHS 

URE IS GIVEN 

UILDING COLLAPSED 

MENT BUILT IN 11)13 

UNUSUAL ORIGINS 
OEPT. DIRECTOR HAD SENSE OF HUMOR 
NERS ESCAPE 
FFIC TROUBLES 

STILL VIVID IN W.w 
LL ON HICKAM FIELD 
ADLY TREATED 
E OF SERVICE 
LETTER TO SANTA 

NO Than a cedar tree 

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HUNT Chosen 



•JAKE* OANCEO 10 riLO DuPmaM'S RhyTmm 

Durham, n.c, Mai.n»»s 

SEE AISC HOLIDAYS 

$.-l«r WILL TajsE "aNDAT QCF 

CITY SCHOILS CET HOLIDAY 

DURma- SPLITS HOLIDAY WEEKEND 

WHEN IS THE nHLIOAY-' THAT DEPENDS ON YOUR 30SS 

HOST OFFICES TO CLOSE ON FINAL SU-HEri HOLIDAY 

REACT «ILL HELP HOLIDAY TRAVELERS 

HOLIDAY CLOSINGS LISTED 

POST OFFICE JSING HOLIDAY SCHEDULE COLUHSUS DAY 

DUKE'S "ID FOR GRANT ENDORSED 

COURTS. SCHOOLS .riLL CLOSE 

SCHOOLS. SO"E OFFICES TO BE CLOSED TODAY 

HOST INSTITUTIDNS TO CLOSE FOR ThANKSCIVINC 

HOST OFFICES TO BE CLOSED FRIDAY 

BUSINESSES ?EGIN Closing Thursday fok yule 
NE» YEAR'S Shortens -orkweek 

HOLIDAY closings listed 
COLLECTION TGOAY 

nuRHAH, N.C.. "ASS TRANSIT 

SEE OURHAH. N.C.. BUS STUDY 

OUHhaH, N.C.. •'AYOR PRO-TEH 

CITY COUNCIL UNITS NAHED; 

NEn COUNCIL H.1YES FAST 

"AYPR "ARKHAH HAKES AN AUSPICIOUS BEGINNING 

^URham. n.C. »ayOP'< office 
SEE alS'" hayorial campaigns 

FIELO REHAi'.s s-AiL IN Durham elections 

POLITICAL savvy? HIS HONOR HAS IT 

HAYfk EYES RETURNING TO BUSINESS 

HAY-^o-ELECT WILL flE IN OFFICE THIS WEEK 

HATOR-ELEr T WANTS TOwN HALL MEETINGS 

HUNT "AY FIE HAYOK PRO TEH OF NEW OjRhAH CITY COUNCIL 

Evans NAHED DURHAh'S HAYOR EMERITUS 

ne. council hoves fast 

"ayofl hahkham hakes an auspicious beginning 

The pleasure is cuss 

KUDOS FOR 'hutT' Evans 

HAYOR PREDICTS IMPROVING YEAR 

nuPHAH, N.C.. "Eoical industry 

CHAMBER TO MANAGE CITY OF MEDICINE DRIVE 

Cha-bER near HIRING LEADER 

SLOGAN EV-KES MENTAL PICTURE Or SICKNESS 

"EDfCAL ASSETS HIGHLIGHTED 

"EOICAL REPUTATION UNDONE BY ThS NOISE 

JAR6CE WILL SUPERVISE 'CITY OF mFQICINE' PLAN 

CENTER ANSwERS NEED 

'CITY OF -EOICI'lE' DIRECTOR NAMED 

AN Excellent Choice 
jARBCE fills The eiLL 

HFDICINE CA-PAIGN FORHING MARKETING PLAN 
POLL SINGLES OUT ECONOMY. CRIME 

HEDiciNE CA-ps;:;-! eyes volunteer corps for rdu 
CITY cjhplet start possible next year 

civic CENTER: mayP.E IT'S NOT SO REMOTE NOW 

The city That STRUCK GOLD TWICE 

STaTE-ENT an injustice TO LIGGETT 

PR GROUP APPOINTED 

NFw GROUP TO PROMOTE DURHAM PLAN 

CITY rf MEOICINE SEEKS COUNCIL'S ENDORSEMENT 

COUNCIL DENIES ZONE CHANGE 

COUNCIL UNANIMOUSLY BACKS CITY OF MEOICINE SLOGAN 

■The CITY Of MEDICINE' 

DURHAM. N.C.. MUNICIPAL INVESTMENT PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO Durham. n.C. BONO RATING 
SEE ALSr CuRhah, -i.e.. Tax RATE 

SEE ALSO ourha" finance division 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 

PANEL BACKS STAGGERED FEES 

PRIVATE INVESTMENT URGED FOR DOWNTOWN 

DURHAM, N.C, NAACP 

SEE NAACP. OuRham Chapter 

DURHAM. OFFICE PROPERTY 

SEE ALSO RENTAL PROPERTY 

U.S. GOVT. Showing inte'est in ijwntown office leases 

COUNTY sets aside J1.5 "ILLION TO RENOVATE COURTHOUSE 

PROSPECTIVE BUYER MAY TURN C'EST LA VIE SITE INTO OFFICES 

FIRMS PLAN TO EXPAND DOWNTOWN 

Durham ^uSINESS's EXPANDING OFFICES 

ANDREWS FIGHTS "OvE BY aro 

UPBEAT NOTE FOR DOWNTOWN 

BANKRUPTCY COURT Mjy GAIN SPACE 

C0VERNH6NT SEFKS COURT SPACE 

*-STORV BUILDING PLANNED FOR CITY 

BUILDING NEEDS COUNCIL Ok 

'i°^ 5'!;l ■J' ^^ HOvlNO RESEARCH OFFICE POWNTOWN 

arhy Ends search for downtown space 
brokerage fir- plans expansicw 

hunter PCUGIAS WILL MOVE STAFF TJ ROXPORO 

hunter douglas staff will move to roxborq 

jo office c0no0"iniums planned at 43-million cost 

conoc"Iniuhs tl be energy efficient 

1st office conoohinium under way downtown 

LA. cullOlNG WAS F losT 

«inst"n-salem firm planning office complex 

bjiloing to begin on complex 

souTh Durham county site Of OFFICE building 

'EOERAL COURT lEaScS KRESS SPACE 

kRcSS building gets federal court 
moving day 

firm Eyeing croasdailE puIloing 
§s^5';'^^ f"" leases space in bank 

ROSE'S TO CLOSE OOwNIOwN STOR= 
OO.NTOwN ROSE'S STORE wiLL CLOSE 
LAWYERS PLANNIN'. hQPE VALLEY OFFICE 

durham, n.c. ordinances 
see also precious metals 
Gunmen rob manager at mohE 
hetals oriinance revisions urged 

METALS LAW CHAN'icS PROPOSED 

mETAlS law OVFRTuRNFD 

ORDINANCE 3N ALCOHOL IS uPhELD 

STATE TO PRE-F-OT CITY'S HETALS LAM 

STaTc Llw MAY PRE-EMPT DURMAM METALS ORDINANCE 

CITY'S AUDITORS RECOMMENDED FOR EXTENSION 



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p«Nfl DEFERS ACTION ON MEW TREE SULfS ,„cec 

KfLLE" PUSHlNr, ORDINANCE TO PROTECT ODKNTOWN TREES 
PROCEED WITH CARE 
UTIL ITIE5 RAP TREE RULE 

DURHAM, N.C.. PARKING 
SEE PARKING LOTS 
SEE PARK ING VIOLATIONS 

nuRMAH, N.C., OARK-Ono SUBDIVISION 

SEE PARKWOOD lOURHAH, N.C. COMMUNITYI 

DURHAM. N.C. PA» AND CLASSIFICATinN PLAN 
SEE DURHAM, N.C, CITY EMPLOYEES 
SEE DURHAM PERSONNEL OEPT. 

DURHAM. N.C, PUPLIC UTILITIES 

SEE DURHAM WATER RESOURCES DIVISION 



SEE UTILITY RATES 

SEE WATER AND SEwER RATES. 



DURHAM 



DURHAM, N.C. RACE RELATIONS 
SFf ALSO BLACKS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSn DURHAM HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 
SFC ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION o^-, ..,,.,, 
SayOR MIRKHAM MAKES AN AUSPICIOUS BEGINNING 

durham. n.c. revenues 

see also durham. n.c. budget 
see also taies. durham 

committee snu»s sale of plots 

no tax. no card. no car 

"""^Je'strfe! H'pIdvement assessments 

SEE streets. DURHAM 

DURHAM. N.C. Tax 1ILL5 „,^,,, 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY TAX OFFICE 

"lR5pESTj"wNERs"sTiRT PAYING CITY. COUNTY TAX ASSESSMENTS 

DURHAM. ^N.C.^TAX^RATE^^^ MUNICIPAL INVESTMENT PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 
SEE ALSO Taxes. DURHAM 

NEW WATER RATES WIN PANEL'S OK 
COunClL JKS 2U0GET; TAX RATE IS SAME 
CITY wiTE". SAEWtR RATES TO RISE 
A wfLCO-e BREATHER 

lURHAM. N.C. TRAFFIC SIGNS 
SEE TRAFFIC SIGNS 



DURHAM. N.C. VOTING PRECINCTS ,,,,, 

THE SEE-SAW TILTS IN DURHAM POLITICS 

oe5nclAnc"o?visiON overjoys reactionaries 

DURHAM ELECTIONS BOARD APPOINTS OFFICIALS 

SFe'dURHAM PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION 
SEE ZONING LAWS 

DURHAM ACADEMY 

JUST ACTING 

DURHAM ACADEMY TRADITION 

REALLY ROSIF 

GETTING A HFaO start , ,^^, 

MATH SCHOIL RANKS 2H0 IN NATION ON MERIT TEST 

GETTING OUTFITTED FOR ADVENTURE 

OLNEY COOKS FOR BOOK FAIR „,,cot 

DURHAM ACADEMY FAIR HAS FLAIR FOR WRITERS 

ENCOURAGE GROWTH OF SCHOOL 

DURHAM ACADEMY, BUDGET 

ACADEMY RAISES 153,29=) 

DURHAM ACADEMY, ENROLLMENT „,,■,„ 

DURHAM ACADEMY OPENS WEDNESDAY; 370 EXPECTED 

DURHAM ACADEMY, GRADUATION 

COMMENCEMENT SET FOR CITY SCHOOLS 

DURHAM ACADEMY, TUITION ,,,,., 

TUITION TAX CREDITS OFFER MIXED BLESSING 

DURHAM ACADEMY SPORTS 

COACHING TURNOVER HITS ACADEMY 

DURHAM ACADEMY SPJ6TS, BASKETBALL 

VIKINGS' FLEMING SAYS CAPITAL 2-A BALANCED 
WYNNE SHOTS SPELL W-I-N OVER SCIENCE 

DURHAM ACADEMY SPORTS, FOOTBALL , , „, 

DURHAM ACADEMY PONDERS SCHOOL'S FOOTBALL FUTURE 

DURHAM ACADEMY SPORTS, SOCCER 

VANCE ACADEMY, Durham ACADEMY IN SOCCER FINAL 
CAVALIERS KINGS OF SOCCER 

DURHAM ACADEMY SPORTS, TRACK 

CAN MAXWELL BETTER 1980 PERFORMANCE? 
MAXWELL, HORNETS TITLEISTS 
MAXWELL REPEATS IN CROSS COUNTRY 

Durham accommodations ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO HOTELS. DURHAM 
ACCOMMODATING TRIO 

DURHAM ALLIANCE OF DISABLED CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO HANUICAPPEO 

DISABLED. NOT DISHEARTENED 
AN ALLIANCE FOR INDEPENDENCE 



_ TO INCARCERATION 
TRAINING SCHOOLS 



DURHAM ALTERNATIVES TASK FORCE 

SEE ALSO CITIZENS COMMISSION ON ALTERNATIVES 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY-BASED ALTERNATIVES TO TRA 

SEE ALSO Durham county COMMISSIONERS 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE OELINQUfNCY 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO TRAINING SCHOOLS 

YOUTH PROJECT TO HAVE PILOT PROGRAM IN DURHAM COUNTY 
COUNTY ASKED TO BLAZE PROGRAM TO AID YOUTH 
JUVEMLE PROGRAM PROPOSED FOR DURHAM 
vnLENT YOUTHS MAY BE AIDED AT DURHAM FACILITY 



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CnH"IS5It.fltl!S SEAL CAPSULE OE'ICriNG CENTENNIAL 

OUBHAH AMATEUR GOLP tournament 
SEE ALSn GOLF 

OUHma" AMATFUB aoos NEu uBINKLES 

CAN OASEB bHEAK amateur TBAOITnN'' 

OURhAMATEUR aTH ANNUAL COLE CHAMPIONSHIP lADI 

IF nuKE hHTEl OR'O. GOLF TOURNAMENTS MAY MOVE 

HE INSOMN RULED OUT 

TOURNFY STILL LOOKING FOR REPEAT CMIMP 

0A6ER HAS The nnNOB 

DURHAM ShCuS it CahES 

mhITFIELO'S al LEACS DURHAM AMATEUR 

UHlTFIcLD UPS AMATEUR LEAD TO Z STHO^eS 

WHITFIELD FALTERS. BUT RETAINS LEAD 

STANGER TAKES AMATEUR AFTER WHITFIELD WITHERS 

STANGER Charges past wmitfielo fqp amateur crown 

Oubmam and southern railway 
SEE southern railway 

oubham aquatic CLUP 
see also swimming 
aquatic clun on its way up 

Durham abt guilo 

ART Guild members' show is an eyeful 

ART GUILD pushed DURHAM ARTS DEVELOPMENT 

ART GUILD PAYS TRIBUTE TO SCREENING COMMITTEE 

CURATOR SAYS ARTISTS SURVIVE HARD TIMES 

GUILD Shows art in mixed media with BROAD APPEAL 

FOX FINDS -STBONG IMAGES' III THE ART GU I L ENTRIES 

EXPERIMENTAL, FOLK ART MIX IN ART GUILD SHOW 

nuRHAM ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE Also ARTS, Durham 

REAtnONS MUED AT CENTENNIAL PLAY 

SYMBOLISM HEAVY IN DREW'S DRAMA 

NOTED PATRON TO ADDRESS ARTS COUNCIL 

MANES: ARTS CAN AID CITY 

HA.ES: INVESTING IN ARTS CAN REDEVELOP INNER CITY 

ABTS PACKERS TO BE HEARD 

COMMITTEE RECONSIDERS HIRING PROGRAM GRANT 

fURTHi^R CUTS LOOM FOR ARTS RECIPIENTS 

DURHAM ARTS CTUNCIL CAN KEEP CHILDREN BUSY 

SOMF PEGINNING 

MURAL ON Cafeteria going, and owner wants it gone 

MUWAL SChEjIPlEO for removal 

ARTS CELEERAriO'l TO GO I wO DAYS 

STREET ARTS CELEBRATION HAS BECOME A TRADITION 

FESTIVAL GROwS EVEN FINER 

2 TO SHARE ARTS COUNCIL JOB 

DURHAM ,ftTS COUNCIL FALL CLASSES 

TWO «OR«£RS WILL SHARE ARTS RESOURCE CENTER JOB 

STREET ARTS CELEBRATION. . . TWO DAYS OF HIGH FLYING FUN 

SCULPTURE TO GO UP, UP ANO AWAY SUNDAY 

STREET ARTS BEGINS TODAY WITH FUN FOR ALL 

HIS CREATION ONLY A MEMORY NOW 

JARRING NOTF AT THE STREET FAIR 

PHOTOS, WATER COLORS FEATURED IN ART EXHIBITS 

CFLEbPATION A SUCCESS 

WORKSHOP Planned fqr 'frankensteins* 

MAKING MONSTERS 

ARTIST WINS mITh wit ANO PIGS 

card workshop set 

'Christmas ca.gl' for kios is to^iight 

BARE t^OUGH approach 

Favorite photos 

Durham ARTS COUNCIL, BUDGET 

SURPLUS AIDS NON-CITY AGENCIES 
ARTS DRIVE NEARING GOAL 

DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL, DIRECTOR 

J TO SHARE ARTS COUNCIL JOB 

ARTS COUNCIL DIRECTOR QUITS 

MCINIYRE SEES BRIGHT FUTURE FOR DURHAM ARTS 

BEST WISHES, MR. MCINTYRE 

DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL, LUNCHEONS 
ENJOYING LUNCHEON 

OuflMAM ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETAKOEO CITIZENS 

DURHAM ASSOCIATION OF CLASSROOM TEACHERS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF CLASSROOM TEACHERS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS. DURHAM 

NCAE plans to ax TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 

DURHAM ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS 
SEE ALSO EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS. DURHAM 

TEACHERS' GROUP UACKED MARKHAM IN PRIMARY RACE 

LEGISLATORS' REPORT CARD IS DUE 

GROUP SAYS GIFTS PAID LETTER COSTS 

DURHAM ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT AGENTS 

NORTHERN Class 'INSURES' ON-THE-JOB EXPERIENCE 

Durham association of insurance women 

FIREMEN OF The YEAR 

Durham association of life underwriters 

INDUCTS officers 

Durham athletic park 

DOCTOR OF jHt PARK 

SUDS, POP L PFANUTS: 'BULLS' FANS NOW BUY FROM MIKE FLYNN 

COVFBING THf GAME WITH OIRT 

DURHAM, s AWARD WINNERS 

HERE COMES The SUN 

STEFE»0'S POwFB 'STUMPS' SOUTHERN ALL-STARS 

ALL-STAB final: NORTH ')-SOUTh 3 

CAMERA CLICKS BUT GAME DOESN'T 

A MODEST PROPOSAL 

PARK impbovemfnts to be outlined 

IMPROVEMENTS GET ROARO'S OK 

CITY TAKE FROM BULLS TOPS 120,000 

nuRMAM ATHLETIC PARK, ATTENDANCE 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEAGUE. ATTENDANCE 
BULLS' NOTEPOOk: CROWDS 
LAST yEAB'S hFRO out OF BASEBALL 
ATTENDA'lCF PADDING APPARENTLY PART OF THE GAME 



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9/iz/ai 


6 


1 




N 




H 


2 


a/13/Rl 


A 


A 




E 




S 


2 


a/13/91 


A 


A 




E 




H 


2 


9/03/91 


A 


13 




N 


P66 


H 


2 


9/08/81 


D 


8 




I 




S 


2 


9/09/91 


A 


9 




N 




s 


2 


9/17/ai 


D 


1 


p 


F 


971 


s 


2 


9/17/81 


D 


2 


P 


F 


971 


H 


2 


9/19/91 


A 


1 




N 


A6a 


H 


2 


9/21/Bl 


A 


1 


p 


N 


C19 


H 


2 


9/25/81 


A 


A 




E 




H 


2 


9/25/91 


B 


5 




u 


G68 


H 


2 


9/27/81 


D 


A 




L 




H 


Z 


10/06/81 


A 


10 




N 




S 


Z 


10/15/81 


D 


6 


P 


P 


M66 




2 


10/30/91 


D 


a 


p 


R 


Gee 


H 


2 


11/19/81 


C 


3 




N 




H 


2 


12/19/91 





6 





N 




S 


2 


12/26/81 


A 


5 


p 


P 


C56 


S 


2 


12/31/81 





7 


p 


P 





S Z 5/3D/81 A 3 N 054 

H Z 12/25/ai D 11 N 



H 2 9/03/81 A 13 



12/23/81 
12/23/ai 
12/29/81 



S 2 12/09/81 A 3 P P C56 



H 2 12/16/81 B 6 



H 


2 


10/14/91 


p 


3 




N 


V05 


s 


2 


10/14/91 


C 


1 




N 


009 


H 


2 


10/15/81 


A 


15 




N 




H 


Z 


5/29/81 


b 


1 


p 


N 


W24 


S 


2 


lD/14/ai 


C 


1 


p 


P 


T37 


s 


2 


9/04/91 


C 


4 


P 


P 


S76 


H 


2 


5/10/91 


a 


14 





F 


M71 


H 


2 


5/14/81 


B 


1 


P 


F 


S36 


H 


2 


5/17/8 


B 


4 




u 


019 


H 


2 


5/24/9 


E 


1 


P 


F 


H45 


H 


2 


6/03/9 


A 


1 


p 


P 


H&6 


s 


2 


7/09/91 





1 


p 


N 


R66 


s 


2 


7/08/91 


D 


1 


P 


P 


H99 


s 


2 


7/09/91 





1 


p 


U 


018 


s 


2 


9/20/ai 


c 


2 




U 


R66 


s 


2 


9/16/91 


c 


1 




N 




s 


2 


9/17/91 


c 


1 




N 




H 


2 


9/18/91 


A 


16 


p 


N 


S51 


s 


2 


5/23/91 


A 


8 




U 


R66 


M 


2 


7/07/91 


B 


2 




U 


M71 


H 


2 


8/27/91 





I 




N 


M71 



D N T H L T / » '<.'!„",S,'- 



INDEX 

li/Ji/ai 



SUBJECTS 



S 

E 

C PO 



p«r,E us 



ouoh«h e«R issocuriiN 

SEE ALSO HHYERS, OU»HA^< 

SEE ALSO N.c. am association 

CHANGE OFflCEOS 

^y^L^ISslNEi"? G^ErA^SlCE ON CUSTOMER CREDIT 

"""^EE gSS'SM^Cl'Tr^B^ISHF ADJUSTMENT 

OURHAH BOARD OF EDUCATION ANOLEAkNINO 
SEE DURHAM CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

DURHAM BOARD OF REALTORS 

SEE ALSO PEAL ESTATE FIRMS 

IKE ANOREMS AND DURHAM REALTORS 
DURHAM REAL ESTATE WORKERS MAY DECLINE 

DURHAM BOXING CLUB 

^^OURHaS eoJeSs close OUT SEASON 

?;?}^^SSS?"uR252'ISx,NrP?«RAM FACES UNCERTAIN FUTURE 

THREE DURHAM BUXEOS COLLECT AMATEUR WINS 

BOXING TOURNEY OPENING 

BOXING RETURNS TO DURHAM 

KID GLOVES , ,^ 

ARMY POXERS nOMINATE 

JMO RA20RPACr( QUARTERBACK HURT 

BOXED OUT 

°"""'5oYs''eHG';S'°lLrTRAVEL TO VIRGINIA FOR CONCERT 
BOYS CHOIR SETS CONCERT 

gyS:;:- Bg^rcngiS season called best ever 

BOYS' CHOIR PLANS AN OPEN MEETING 
CHURCH PICKS MUSIC LEADER 
GRAHAM IS NEW CHOIRMASTER 
WARRANTS NAME CHOIR DIRECTOR 
GRAHAM CHARGED WITH «»K1NG CALLS 
BOYS CHOIR PLANS DUKE PERFORMANCES 
ARTICLESARTICLES 

OUPHAM BRAZING ANO WELDING WORKS 
SEQUEL. . • 
AN INGENIOUS TREE 

DURHAM BREAKFAST OPTIMIST CLUB 

SEE ALSO OPTIMIST CLUa OF DURHAM 
CIVIC CLUBS OFF THE HOOK 

DURHAM BUILDING AND PLUMBING D6PT. 
SEE DURHAM INSPECTIONS DIVISION 

DURHAM BULLS , , , 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEAGUE 

BULLS. DUKES RAINED OUT ^,^ „ 

RUOO'S FUTURE AS BALLPLAYER HINGES ON 'Bl 

HOLDING DOWN THE HOT CORNER 

DURHAM INFIEL" BOOTS CHANCES 

BULLS FAIL TO EXECUTE IN LOSS 

DULLS notebook: SIDESHOWS 

COOPER ENDS BULLS" SLUMP 

FRIENDLY COMPETITION 

WTLFF LOOKS TO TURLINGTON 

RUOn TRADED TO ORIOLES ORGANIZATION 

TRADE GOOD MOVE FOR BUOO, BRAVES 

?ffirOF"RSI^,f-IE"RuSo'5kpS BRAVES. HURTS BULLS 

BRAVES ACOUIRF MR. VERSATILITY 

BULLS FALL FARTHER BACK WITH 1-0 LOSS 

bSlLsMffJtId in IITH DESPITE WILLIAMS' HR S 

gi^S^ElA^f'^fglSf SHOULDN'T »FFECT BULLS 
PASSED BALL LIFTS PILOTS OVER BULLS 

BULLs'pRESIOENT CONSIDERS ANOTHER BUY 

DOCTOR OF THE PARK 

BASEBALL SUPERSTITIONS 

BULLS RETURN hO-E 

BULLS RESUME WINNING WAYS 

RIGBY'S HITTING GIVES BULLS LIFT 

RIGBY. PEHEMNA LEAD BULLS 

GALLAGHER DEFIES BOOK IN DURHAM DEFEAT 

PLAYING AGAINST EX-TEAMMATES 'KIND OF STRANGE' 

BULLS GIVE ONE AWAY 

SLUMPS HALTFO IN BULLS' VICTORY 

HAGMAN, SOSA BREAK LOOSE 

PATTERSON BULLS' TRUMP CARD 

lrihitr-,To'jR'o,>Vfl'?u'ils'.\i'e HIGHER CLIMB TO MAKE 

PATTERSON CRUISES BUT BULLS, FALTER 

PAYNE. HAYES HELP BULLS PUNCH PILOTS 

BULLS' NOTEBOOK 

HAYES. PAYNE DEMOLISH PILOTS „^,,., 

GALLAGHER'S CONCERN GROWS WITH 5-1 DEFEAT 

GALLAGHER WORKS AT IT 

THE CHICKEN FEEDS ON LAUGHTER. FAME 

LOSS PUTS BULLS BEHIND CLOSED DOORS 

KOMMINSK DOES IT ALL,- NATURALLY 

DIRTY AL EXPLODES AFTER LATEST LOSS 

DEOMON SHUTS OUT RED SOX 

DEOMON BLANKS WINSTON-SALEM „„,.,„,, 

BULLS. SOX WASHED out; smith PITCHING ADDITION 

BULLS' GAME RAINED OUT 

RAIN IDLES BULLS AGAIN ,.,cu 

BULLS DUMP noUBLEHEADER TO W IN STON- SAL EH 

DURHAM, KINSTON OPEN KEY SERIES 

BULLS IN CRUCIAL SERIES 

TWO OUTS IN THE FIRST 

KINSTON. BULLS SPLIT TWIN BILL 

EAGLES EARN SPLIT 

BULLS' notebook; CROWDS 

BULLS KNOCKED FURTHER OFF PACE 

DURHAM PATS- PATTERSON COMBINE FOR 

MILLS: EJECTIONS WILL DRAW FINES 

•PLATO- SPEAKS. BULLS LISTEN. WIN 6-2 

BULLS' PACKS TO WALL , , 

LYNCHBURG CRUSHES SLOPPY "iULLS. 13-8 

glittl''c^^ESlF"^iSE?°SJfv?rLT METS TAK. ,-a WIN 
BULLS BEATEN IN NINTH. ID-9 



S 2 6/n/Bl C 10 P P S76 
H 2 9/06/81 A 17 N 

H 2 iD/oa/ai A 16 N F7a 



-2 VICTORY 



H 2 


9/09/fll 


A 


4 




E 




S 2 


11/26/81 


C 


1 




N 


S83 


S 2 


6/20/81 


A 


9 


p 


N 




H 2 


9/u/ni 


B 


12 




N 




H 2 


11/38/91 


C 


1 


p 


F 


G19 


H 2 


11/15/81 


8 


10 


P 


N 


G19 


H 2 


12/11/81 


C 


3 




N 




S 2 


12/11/81 





2 




N 


»b6 


S 2 


12/12/81 


A 


9 


P 


N 




H 2 


12/13/81 


B 


8 


p 


N 


G19 


H 2 


12/l'./Rl 


s 


i* 




N 




S 2 


12/l'./ai 





10 


P 


P 


R91 


H 2 


5/l<./81 


c 


2 




N 




H 2 


5/31/81 


A 


17 




N 




S 2 


6/J<./81 


D 


6 


P 


P 




H 2 


6/05/81 





10 




N 


P66 


S 2 


6/09/«l 


a 


6 


P 


P 


H99 


S 2 


8/20/81 





7 




N 




H 2 


8/22/81 


A 


9 


p 


N 




S 2 


a/22/Sl 


A 


6 


P 


N 




5 2 


9/l<./81 


c 


1 




N 


00 6 


H 2 


9/15/9 


A 


3 




N 




H 2 


12/ie/8 


D 


<i 




N 




S 2 


12/31/81 





12 




N 


A15 


H 2 


7/12/81 





4 




U 


G33 


H 2 


12/25/81 


A 


f. 




E 




H 2 


10/16/81 


B 


1 




N 


B5L 



5/01/81 
5/01/81 
5/01/81 
5/02/31 
5/02/81 
5/02/61 
5/03/81 
5/03/81 
5/03/Rl 
5/0'./81 

s/c/ei 

5/05/81 

5/05/51 

5/05/ai 

5/06/Pl 

5/06/ai 

5/0 7/81 

5/08/81 

5/08/61 

5/09/81 

5/09/31 A •< 

5/10/81 B 5 

5/10/81 B l*. 

5/10/81 B 1". 

5/U/81 ' ' 

5/11/61 

5/12/61 

5/12/81 

5/13/81 

5/13/81 

5/13/81 

5/l<./81 

5/l<i/61 

S/H/Bl 

5/15/81 

5/15/61 

5/15/91 

5/16/61 

5/16/81 

5/16/91 

5/17/81 

5/17/61 

5/16/81 

5/18/ai 

5/18/81 

5/18/al 

5/19/ai 

5/19/81 

5/20/81 

5/20/91 

5/21/81 

5/22/81 

5/22/91 

5/22/91 

5/23/81 

5/23/91 

5/23/91 

5/23/91 

5/2'./81 

5/25/81 

5/25/81 

5/25/61 

5/26/81 

5/26/61 

5/27/91 

5/27/81 

5/28/81 



N 

N M71 
F R66 
N M71 
N R66 
U R66 
N G19 
F G19 
U M71 
N M71 
U R66 
N 

U M71 
N R66 
N 



u 


M71 


F 


M7I 


F 


M71 


N 




N 




N 


MJl 


P 


R66 


N 


M71 


N 


MM 


N 


R66 


N 


M71 


N 


H66 


N 


066 


N 


M9 


II 


M71 


U 


R66 


N 


MM 


II 


P66 


N 


H6fc 


N 


M( 1 


F 


MTl 


F 


MM 


N 


M7I 


U 


R66 


F 


R66 



N 
N 

P R91 
N M71 
N R66 
U R66 
N M71 
N 

N M71 
R66 



2^ P N MTl 

2 

1 

1 

1 



MONTMLlf/ 



INDEX 
li/31/Sl 



s J B J e c T s 



pir.E 166 

1/10/82 



BULLS, SUNS wair TO PL»Y 



ir,0»E BiTS euLLS IQ 12-1 I '"* 

Eitt^H-IS s"s"caoPE«-s KET 

g^^ob^Nn^THfN.'lNriLL -FT: ONE »UZZLINO PITCH a^EELING THE FOES 
BEHENN.'S '"""iJ^S^SHfTs' FI9ST-M4LF PENNANT HOPES 

r.r.:'i: tT^kiii e'ScS"^ LEci'inuTobT 

9ULIS 5Hi«P. EVEN IN SPLIT 
'.'olirtno^i'uth'r.\o :^cl-F^R%.V.S10N TITLE 

'.'oliri°,1orlll'l "n" »«c£ fo« division title 
?ONLn-. -Weighs in- .ith glcvE. not bat 

f^H^t^^T^H^Ef JlF'T:-p?JK'jrGs"*Sr.p"FO^ BASEBALL POOL 
I^U^'i^.'^ni l°aol°l ^SS^«S IN 1,-1 C.KE.AL. 
§;.\'rRI^'slL?-'-TrctL'ElRATE RETURN TO 1ST 
Su'Lt's'-S-E^p-AtMNoJlA. PAD MARGIN 

:°?!l-jn'::.rn^rL?f"sTREAK at n,ne 

g^"sE|At?°'«A°N?lR'^'il:LS OFF HOURS FOR 6ULLS 
BASEBALL NQTE°-OOK 
BULLS. SUNS RAINED OUT 
BULLS POSTPONED 
RAIN. RAIN, GH A^AY. 

SUNS S-EEP PULLS 

ITd e'c^^E ^oS?^S^',SM3 INNINGS 

:-Vil^?oS"lL?^E'sTsl-WF TITLE PRO. DURHAH 

EAGLES CLKjCh FIRST-HALF TITLE 

Ii^S^Ng'buLLS CHANGE -FACE- FOR 2ND RACE 

BULLS' OEFlECTIONS 

SiDPlFf BULGE «AYOED BULLS 

Kfl"- NS« LEADS BULLS TO SWEEP 

<n»»lNS» ON TRIPLE CROHN PACE 

ilNSTON-SALEM SNEAKS PAST DURHAM, 6-^ 

BULLS TO VISIT OLD NEHESIS KINSTON 

3 SS nuRHAi BFHINO THE BULLS „,,,^p„ 

Tio-PSON. «T<-J,:;^"ncS°'S!?,?^'-'-^ TRIU'^PH 

I'i'Ml TnO?^^ J^F?roSSSiS^VER KINSTON 

fi^tES-'^JR'-'SN'D'ouO TRI.S BULLS 

SI'^LL^'rEI^eS^ROVIDE heroics IN BULLS-VICTORY 

n-s eisiNESs as usual on braves- farm clubs 
2Hi^i ^SS^rSl^^f'^^'s ^i^Lf Un ah.y peninsula 

§ei;ENNA?"A?i'"KhN THE SPARK IN DURHAM- S -IN 

S^^?^;Ri°?8 ^t°.?t -VeTn"S7v,SI0N A...STAR TEAM 
BUILS H TTINi STRIDE, SHOOT 00v,N PILOTS 

si^ldii'>^Vri°ihJ'^'^riV.'i ^Risn .ulls. is-6 

a"A;:^E!;E^: ^VI'e'bULLS HAKE ALL-STAR TEAM 
BULLS F INO OANGE , a--; 

??^rLrLrNA3f0^?0''i^-STAR SOUAD 
BULLS- PITCHERS -ON-T JAKE FIFTH 
MOORE MISSES ALL-STAR GAME 
PENINSULA -OOUNS- DURHAM, H-0 

|'[irtFTSgJ'»°A2J RALLYING PILOTS TO EARN SPLIT 

THE FRANCHISE 

ir..t\ll'L\V.Tll^ ^^gSI GREATS HAVE STAGED SOME GEMS 

STARS TO COME OUT FOR CAROLINA GALA 
llEFEPO-S 3AI KEYS NORTH-S ALL-STAR -IN 
RED SOX POUND BULLS ON HQUNO 

roi\h'\oV.'%i\ul"i^\°Uf^^ BULLS 
BULLS RALLY PAST RED SOX 
RED Snx KAYO BULLS 

^5eLl"<0:i;?NSK'"c'!;aSEN'F^R TOP -EEKLY honor 
BEH6NNA. KOMMlNSK KEY BULLS 

si;??M^fe's'iAT°Yo'sSv?;ia EAGLES 
r,-»i,rs,^ii^h?°iSES?SMrBhL\s^.N^ExTRA inn.nos 
;rNc"H5iirB^.^rFr.rT^EUS"RHii!^^8^D 

:^I^ICM'?S^SiiJRl"H^OP BULLS INTO IST-PLACE TIE 
IWSUiy'u'jrr, ra'iScLS ASMETS SWEEP SERIES 
^Vt'tIgeS'knScks bulls from first 

YnSl: tS?^Aj?:"^i'slB-A?PpnRMULA PROVIDES DIFFERENT SLANT 

BIG I-INING HELPS BULLS GAIN SPLIT 

J^^^S^ SSiV^AoSr^NlStfTS BULLS- IN.URY 

°X:i' "IeS "LLs"REiK°'FROM SLUMP 
'defeat Si^LFAS^NT return for BOCKHORN 

BV:B^mBB%l ^^^r. ACTION 
BULLS- NOTEBOOK 



N e. 

p D 



DATE 



S 
£ 
C PC 



2 



5/29/Bl 
5/21/81 
S/30/B1 

5/31/Bl 
S/31/81 
6/01/31 
6/01/Bl 
6/0?/Bl 
6/02/"! 
6/03/ei 
6/D3/BI 
6/03/91 
6/0<./ai 
6/0'./91 
6/OS/Bl 
6/0S/81 
6/OS/Bl 
6/05/Bl 
6/06/Bl 
6/06/91 
6/06/91 
6/07/91 
6/07/ei 
6/09/91 
6/09/91 
6/09/91 
6/0<'/91 
6/09/91 
6/0''/Bl 
6/10/91 
6/10/91 
6/10/81 
6/11/81 
6/11/Pl 
6/12/Bl 
6/12/91 - 
6/13/81 B 
6/13/81 A 
6/l<./ai B 
6/1S/8I B 
6/1S/81 D 
6/16/81 E 
6/16/81 
6/1T/81 e 
6/1T/81 B 
6/18/81 
6/18/91 C 
6/18/91 C 
6/11/91 C 
6/19/91 D 
6/20/91 5 
6/21/91 B 
6/21/91 B 
6/22/81 B 
6/22/81 C 
6/23/ni A 
6/23/91 E 
6/23/81 ■ 
6/2<./81 
6/2',/81 
6/2S/81 
6/25/91 
6/26/81 
6/26/81 
6/26/91 
6/27/91 
6/27/91 A 
6/28/91 B 
6/29/91 6 
6/29/91 B 
6/2''/91 e 
6/29/91 
6/30/91 B 
6/30/91 D 
7/01/91 D 
7/01/81 D 
7/01/91 D 
7/Dl/al D 
7/02/91 
7/02/81 C 
7/03/91 C 
7/D3/81 
7/0<./Bl A 
7/05/Bl B 
7/0S/81 B 
7/0'i/ni B 
7/D6/B1 
7/07/91 B 
7/07/Bl B 
7/07/81 B 
7/DB/81 B 
7/09/91 
7/09/Bl B 
7/10/91 C 
7/10/81 D 
7/11/91 A 
7/U/ai 8 
7/11/fll B 
7/12/81 B 
7/12/81 
7/13/81 e 
7/13/91 
7/1',/Bl B 
7/11/81 B 
7/16/91 D 
7/16/81 C 
7/17/81 C 
7/17/81 D 
7/18/91 
7/19/81 A 
7/19/81 A 
7/19/fll B 
7/19/81 B 
7/21/91 fl 
7/21/81 B 
7/22/91 fl 
7/22/91 
7/23/81 B 
7/23/Bl 
7/23/Pl C 
7/2'./9l C 
7/2<./Bl C 
7/2<t/91 D 
7/2S/B1 
7/25/81 A 



N G19 
N R66 
N M71 
N M71 
N R66 
N M71 
N P25 
N M71 
N M71 
N R6'' 
N M71 
' N M7 1 
N R66 
U R66 



N 



M71 



N M71 

U R66 



U R66 
N R66 



N 

N M71 



N M71 

N R66 

N M71 

N R66 

U R66 

N M71 

U R66 

I N M71 

N -71 

<, P N M71 



N 

N H71 

N M71 

N F25 

H M71 

N 

N M71 

N M71 

N M71 

N M71 

N 

N M71 



N M71 
N R66 



U R66 

N 

N M71 

N M71 

N R66 

N M7 1 

U M71 

N R66 

N M71 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M71 

> N M71 
N 

N R66 
N W&O 

> U R66 
N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

U Rb6 

N 

N 

U M71 

N 

N 

N M71 
P U R66 
U 

P N M71 
P N R66 
N "71 
P C M71 
P N R66 
P N M71 
U R66 



H N T M L 



ANNUAL 
5/01/81 



INDEX 
U/3l/ill 



SUBJECTS 



PACE 167 
1/10/Bi 



ai/LL-S SLUG HAY TO QOUBLE-HEAOE R SWEEP 

HOXER-HAPPY 3ULLS AREN'T HITTING TmE FENCE 

BAD BLOOD FERMENTED INTO 9RAHL 

REDBIROS DOWN BULLS. <.-!. 10 SALVAGE SERIES FINALE 

BULLS ENTERING CRUCIAL STRETCH 

S"1Th HURLS BULLS' HIN OVER DUKES 

BULLS' SMITH GETS SHUTOUT 

RAIN WIPES OUT PULLS' CONTEST 

DEDMON'S SIX-HITTER HELPS BULLS GAIN SPLIT 

BULLS SPLIT WITH DUKES 

KOMHINSK DELIVERS TWICE IN CLUTCH 

KOMMINSK LEADS BULLS 

PLAY ball; STRIKE'S END NO EARTH-SHAKER HERE 

BULLS PULL DRAPES ON SUNS 

COOPER IGNITES ""ULLS 

SMITH'S PITCHING SPARKS DURHAM TO SERIES SWEEP 

BULLS BACK 

BULLS LOSE HAYES. TAKE 13-1 BEATING 

PROPOSED ELECTRICITY HIKE PROTESTED AT BULLS GAME 

BULLS SUFFE" INSULT. INJURY AGAINST DUKES 

BEhENNA'S OUTING TYPICAL OF YEAR 

CRIPPLED PULLS HANG ON FOR VICTORY 

LET'S GO BULLS! 

DUKES SMACK BULLS' TATTERED ALIGNMENT. ■?- 2 

WEARY BULLS TRYING TO SURVIVE THE 'DOG DAYS' 

REOSOX TAKE GAME. RUIN SMITH'S NO-HITTER 

SMITH'S GEM SPOILED BY REO SOX 

BOCKHORN HR'S NOT ENOUGH; SOX PASS BULLS 

BULLS FRUSTRATED 

SLUMPING BULLS LISTEN TO 'BOOS" AS RED SUX ROMP 

MECFROO'S PITCHING TAMES BULLS 

MECEROO HELPS REO SOX STOP BULLS 

ERROR ALLOWS DURHAM WIN 

BULLS OUTLAST EAGLES 

FOLKS APOUNO HERE 

BULLS GAIN GROUND BY BEATING EAGLES 

BULLS TURN BACK KINSTON 

KINSTON EDGES DURHAM IN 11 

BULLS COLLIDE WITH PILOTS 

BULLS SLOW IT 

BULLS 5L IP FURTHER BACK 

MOORE. KOMMINSK HOMERS DIRECT DURHAM TO a-3 WIN OVER PILOTS 

MOORE. KOMMINSK KEY BULLS' WIN 

PILOTS FEAST ON BULLS' PITCHING 

EXTRA-INNING HOMER DIMS BULLS' CHANCES 

BULLS PROVIIE SUNS 'RELIEF' 

BRAD'S OUEST 

BULLS: NO RELIEF IN SIGHT 

KOMMINSK TIES MARK, BULLS LOSE 

KOMMINSK'S PAT PRESSING ONWARD 

A MOOFST PROPOSAL 

IT WAS A CHOICE BETWEEN HER. GAME 

SPLIT KEEPS BULLS FAR FROM PILOTS 

BUTLER MOVES UP. BULLS STAY DOWN 

SMITH WORKS HIS MASTERY OVER PILOTS 

BULLS CLEAN UP THE IR ACT 

BULLS FALL. 6-5 

BULLS BEATEN 5-4 IN Hi 'MAGIC NUMBER' NOW 1 

BULLS BLOW LATE LEAD. LOSE 10-S 

KOMMINSK IS MVP IN CAROLINA LEAGUE 

GARCIA STILL SPARKLES: BULLS REMAIN IN SLUMP 

BULLS: KOMMINSK NAMED MVPl 8 PLAYFRS GET WINTER INVITES 

DURHAM ISN'T PART OF GALLAGHER'S PLANS FOR '82 

BULLS FALL INTO TIE FOR LAST 

BULLS DROP 6rH STRAIGHT 

NO BUMS. Those bulls; at least nut last night- 

DEDMON steals show. SHUTS OUT EAGLES ON 5 HITS 

BULLS GO OUT IN STYLE 

AN UPSIDE DOdN SEASON IN THE CAROLINA LEAGUE 

LYNCHBURG OU] QUIETS BULLS. 5-1 

BULLS END SEASON WITH LOSS TO METS 

PRESS BOX ELITE: SCOREKEEPER. WRITERS AND AN ANNOUNCER 

CITY TAKE FROM BULLS TOPS 120.000 

HILLSIDE SEEKS TO END SKEIN 

BRAVES FIRE DIRTY AL GALLAGHER 

'CORNERED' GALLAGHER LOSES JOB 

GALLAGHER'S FIRING A PUZZLEMENT 

AL GALLAGHER (CAHTOONJ 

DIRTY AL GAVE US A SHOW 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: BULLISH ON BULLS? 

WINSTON-SALEM'S BUDOY HUNTER FIRED BY SOX 

1981: A GOOD YEAR FOR TAR HEELS 



DU"HAM BULLS. BEER 
SEE ALSO BEER 

SUDS. POP i. PEANUTS: 



BULLS' FANS NOW BUY FROM MIKE FLYNN 



DuPMA'^ =iULLS. FANS 

SEE ALSO SPORTS. FANS 
PASSING PARADE 
SLUMPING PULLS LISTEN TO 
PITCHERS FINALLY SHOW UP. 

DURHAM BULLS, GROUNOSK SEPER 
DOCTOR OF THE PARK 
ARTICLE IN POOR TASTE 

DURHAM BULLS. HISTORY 

ALL-STAR NOSTALGIA: 



BOOS' AS REO SOX ROMP 
BUNTERS DON'T 



LEAGUE GREATS HAVE STAGED SOME GEMS 



DURHAM BULLS, HOMERUNS 

HOMER-HAPPY BULLS AREN'T HITTING THE FENCE 
KOMMINSK TIES RECORD 

KOMMINSK SNAPS LUZINSKI'S RECORD IN BULLS' <.- 3 LOSS 
KOMMINSK SETS RECORD 

DURHAM BULLS, MANAGER 

BRAVES FIRE DIRTY AL GALLAGHER 
'CORNERED' GALLAGHER LOSES JOB 
GALLAGHER'S FIRING A PUZZLEMENT 
AL GALLAGHER (CARTOONI 
OIRIY AL Gave US A Show 
GALLAGHER HIRED FOR AA 
«f 'LL MI SS DIRTY AL 
ULTIMATUM GOT GALLAGHER 
AL GALLAGHER'S DEPARTURE A LOSS 
BFAUCHAMP TURNS DOWN BULLS POST 
BULLS GET DEwS AS '82 MANAGER 
AARON NAMES DEWS TO GUIDE BULLS 

DURHAM BULLS, PITCHING STAFF 
PCP HURLERS TAME HITTERS 

NEVER PITCH AGAIN? BOB VEALE STRUCK OUT DOCTOR'S PREDICTION 
A PITCHER PERPLEXED 
ALTERNATE ROUTE 
POOR PITCHING PUTS lULLS IN PRECARIOUS POSITION 







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7/27/81 


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M71 


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7/27/Bl 


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M7I 


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R66 


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7/28/81 


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H 2 


7/2')/ei 


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H 2 


7/30/81 


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7/30/81 


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H 2 


7/31/81 


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7/31/81 









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R66 


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F25 


S 2 


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a/08/81 


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S 2 


8/08/81 


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N 


R66 


H 2 


8/09/81 


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N 


M7 1 


H 2 


3/10/81 


6 






N 


H71 


S 2 


8/10/81 


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R66 


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8/11/81 


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N 




H 2 


8/12/81 


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a/12/ai 


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9/11/81 


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a/15/"l 


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H 2 


a/16/81 


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H 2 


8/17/81 


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N 


M71 


H 2 


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B 






N 


M7 1 


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a/18/ei 


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P 


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T37 


S 2 


3/18/81 


6 






N 


R66 


H 2 


3/19/8 


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N 


W60 


H 2 


8/20/8 







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M71 


S 2 


8/20/81 


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R66 


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M71 


H 2 


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W60 


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R66 


H 2 


8/22/Rl 


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S 2 


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H 2 


8/23/81 


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N 




H 2 


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B 






N 




H 2 


8/25/81 


B 






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H 2 


8/26/Bl 


B 






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H 2 


8/26/ai 


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N 


M71 


S 2 


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H 2 


8/28/81 


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P 


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M71 


H 2 


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M71 


S 2 


8/28/81 


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H 2 


a/29/81 


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P 


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S36 


H 2 


8/29/81 







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M71 


S 2 


3/29/81 


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R66 


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3/30/81 


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M71 


H 2 


3/31/8 


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9/14/8 


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H 2 


9/13/8 


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S51 


H 2 


10/22/81 







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5 2 3/06/81 A 



3/09/81 
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6/10/81 



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F M71 
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S 2 7/06/81 6 P N R66 



H 2 7/26/81 a 3 U M71 

S 2 8/19/81 D 1 P N R66 

H 2 8/27/81 1 N M71 

S 2 8/27/81 C 2 N R66 



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IONTmLY/ANNU*!. 



I K J E « 
W/31/H1 



su3jecTs 



PACE i^a 



PITCHERS FINiLL* SmO- JP t 
3ULLS GC Out IS SrvLt 
0*L C4NTCN JOINS SULLS 



BUNIEBS UONM 



DU=M»™ BULLS. PL«»E« IRASSFEBS 

RUOO TRADED 10 flRIOLES ORGA'Jl J A TI ON 

TSaOE GOOn "CVE FOR RUDO. 5RAVES 

TBA^E OF RO^ME RUCO HELPS BRAtfES. HURTS BULLS 

BRAVES ACSUIRE ->. VERSATILITY , . , , 

BASEBALL'S LJHCR DRAFT PICKS havE HIGHER CLiMB TQ HA»6 

RUCO RETuR'.S 

OAITERSCS -(ASTERS HET5 

DuPmAI bulls. PROFITS 

CUT TAKE FRQ" Bulls TOPi 120.000 

DURHAM Bulls, prohotioss 

DREAM PHQMOTIOSS 

nuRnAH BULLS. RADIO COVERAGE 
THE CULLS' VOICE 

BEAuCHA"? TURNS oChN Bulls post 

Tn The sports EDITOR 

BULLS ON wOnC again 

ROOKIE TAYLOR GAINS PRO BOWL START FOR NFC 

DURHAM BULLS. TELEVISION COVERAGE 

ABC VISITS BULLS. FANS TONIGHT 

r>URHAM BULLS. TRAMSFERS ,rr,, 

SEE OURHA" BULLS. PLAYER TRANSFERS 

DURHAM BUS STATION 

SEE DURHAM UNIO'I 1US STATION 

DURHAM BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL ChaIN 
SEE ALSD BLACK-n»NEn BUSINESSES 
SFE ALSO BUSINESSES. Durham 
F1RU" TO BE OCT. 29 

CITY PANEL DELAYS VOTE ON CONTRACT 
NE. COUNCIL TT STUDY HAYTI REDEVELOPMENT 

BUSINESS^ANO^'pROFESSinNlL ChIin lCSFS GRANT. CHANGES OPERATION 
HUD SLIP RAISES ISSUE OF RELOCATION CONTRACT 

HAYTI a'.sjer Surprises officials 

DURHAM CABLEVISIHN 

SEE CABLEVISIO-. OF Durham 

OURhIM CENTRAL SERVICE CENTER 

SEE ALS^ DURHAM CEPr. OF GENERAL SERVICES 
ANNEXATION TO STAY IN COMMITTEE 
PLANS FOR SERVICE CENTER MEETS BOARD APPROVAL 
S^^RVICE CENTER DRA»S DUERY 
SERVICE CENTER OUESTIONEO 
COUNCIL PONDERS BIOS ON GARAGt 

DURHAM CENTURY 21 

SEE CENTURY 21 IREAL ESTATE OFFICES! 

DURHAM CERAMIC GUILD 
SEE ALSn CERAMICS 
CERAMIC SHO" SET 
DURHAM CERA"IC ShOm opens 

jugging vase 
Durham cerebral palsy foundation 

trial tc decide 1300,000 dispute 
special party 

Durham Chamber foundation 

chamber to manage city of medicine drive 

DURHAM Chamber of commerce 

S'E ALSD N.C. CHAMBERS OF COMM£;cE 
SEE ALSO U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

ChaSbER TO hInaGE CITY CF MEDICINE DRIVE 

Chamber near hiring leader 
recreation may ?e in housing plan 

FIRE DEPART-ENTS REOUEST Tax INCREASES 

■INNING AD 

CONTRACTS ARE SUBJECT 

l?5I?5s:lY^;i;lL^2?vl^'ci^flR' AT TOP OF chamber PRIORITY LIST 

EXPRESSWAY HEADS LIST , _, ,, 

PANEL INCREASES FUNDING ON FINAL DAY OF HEARINGS 

REDUCING FACTIONALISM wCRTnY TASK FOR CHAMBER 

Chamber asked T3 FIND TEENS JOBS 

AMONG The I! PERCENT 

a negative approach to seeking teen jobs 
Race relations -ay be aired 

Talk can ease TENSIONS , ,. , , ,., 

mayor SEEKS FFOEKAL mElP 3N EXPRESSWAY EXTENSION 

MflMFRTON-FRYAN RECEIVES AWARD 

CHAMBER; EXPAND JOBS PROGRAM BACKING 

JAR90E WILL SUPERVISE 'CITY OF MEDICINE' PLAN 

•CITY OF MEDICINE' DIRECTOR HAMEO 

AN EXCELLENT Choice 

JARBOE FILLS The BILL 

IfcO FIRMS Support zone 

TOUR faC IL ITy 

DELEGATION TO TALK TO LEGISLATORS 

STRPNGER PRIVATE SECTOR hElPS ECONOMY, EAST SAYS 

WASHINGTON HEARS DURHAM'S NEEDS 

MEETING WITH HELMS 'DOWN hQmE' SESSION 

ANDREWS COOL TO BOTH TAX-CUT PROPOSALS 

DELEGATION ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT MEETING 

Run. AY IS TDP-10 PRIORITY 

CHAMBER SELECTS MORGAN 

JOHN ATKINS TO HEAD DURHAM CHAMBER 

PYE TURNS BACK LIBRARY SUGGESTION 

CIVIC AFFAIRS Chief named 

Chamber SELECTS ATKINS 

CHAMflCR poECEBS OVERALL CAMPAIGN COSTS 

"ni''"''puSh' I'xpSeSSwy: calls PuRham PROJECT TOP STATE PRIORITY 
BUSINESS SEMINAR PLANNED _. , 

LEGISLATIVE FREEZE THAWING FOR SRAULOING 
wEST: CITY Can HELP NixDN LIBRARY 

souIhchem official Outlines safety rules 

BANKRUPTCY SuRjECT OF FORUM 
Chamber to PS^mtTE one PF MICA'S SERVICES 
CHAMBER APPROVES promotion OF SERVICE 
BREAKING SEW CROu'iD 

CHAMBER GET' 13 MEMBERS 

SMALL BUSI. ESSES GET ADVICE ON CUSTOMER CRcDIT 



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H 2 


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5/01/31 




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S 2 


5/02/91 




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054 


S 2 


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N 


054 


S 2 


5/09/ai 




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S76 


S 2 


5/19/81 




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H 2 


5/22/91 




N 




H 2 


5/29/81 




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S 2 


5/29/91 


A 1 


N 




S 2 


5/29/81 




N 


054 


H 2 


5/31/91 




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H 2 


6/02/91 




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S51 


S 2 


6/02/91 




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R91 


H 2 


6/04/91 




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H 2 


6/0<./91 


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S 2 


6/05/91 




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S 2 


6/08/91 




N 


K90 


H 2 


6/24/81 


A 1 ' 


N 




H 2 


7/03/91 




P N 


S56 


S 2 


7/09/51 




P N 




H 2 


7/09/91 




N 




H 2 


7/10/91 




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S 2 


7/14/Bl 




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S 2 


7/16/91 




N 


S83 




7/22/91 




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S7t 


S 2 


7/24/91 




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S33 


S 2 


7/30/81 




N 


533 


H 2 


7/31/91 




N 


F7e 


S 2 


7/3 /ei 




N 


S83 


S 2 


7/3 /91 




N 


S93 


S 2 


8/01/81 




N 


SB3 


S 2 


8/11/91 




N 


S83 


S 2 


3/24/ei 




P N 


S93 


H 2 


3/26/91 




P N 




M 2 


9/26/»l 




N 




H 2 


a/26/91 




N 




S 2 


3/26/91 




N 


583 


S 2 


3/29/91 




N 




S 2 


9/02/91 




N 


K90 


H 2 


9/03/91 




N 


w36 


H 2 


9/06/91 


A 1 


N 




S 2 


9/16/91 




N 


583 


H 2 


9/24/91 




N 


551 


S 2 


9/25/91 




P N 


5'3 


5 2 


9/29/91 




N 


S33 


H 2 


10/01/91 




N 


F79 


S 2 


10/01/81 


A 2 


N 




S 2 


10/06/91 




E 




S 2 


10/06/81 


B 


N 


S83 


H 2 


10/08/91 


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H0NTHLY/4NIU 



INDEX 
12/11/81 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 169 
1/10/Si 



CH«"ee« SEEKS jnas in pbivate sectob 

fORUM Tfl ?E OCI. ?9 

IN-MOUSE SEHVICES SAVING FIRM MflNE* 

cnsr np LIVING smows slight drop in jurham 

OURMA'< FISHS UNAWARE OF FEDERAL TAX BREAK 

OUKF NORTH IS BIG BUSINESS 

INQUIRIES ON WANE, SAYS INDUSTRY HUNTEk 

RDU CAMPAIGN TO 3E KICKEO OFF IN Mn-JANUARY 

DURHAM euSINESS GROUP PUSHES AIRPORT BOND ISSUE 

CHAMBER UNIT BAC<S TRIANGLE DISTRICT 

DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCEi EUDCET 

PROPOSED CITY BUDGET TRIMS AGENCY REQUESTS 
SURPLUS AIDS NON-CITY AGENCIES 

DURHAM CHAMBER Of COMMERCEi COMMITTEE ON WATER AND SEWER RATES 
CITY COUNCIL TELAYS VOTING ON BUDGET 
RATES DELAY euDGET VOTE 
COMPLAINTS ARE TARDY 

1UPHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCEi LOANED EXECUTIVE PROGRAM 
LOANED EXECUTIVES A SUCCESS 

DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCEi SURVEYS 
SEE ALSO SURVEYS 

SU5VEY: Chamber members back FREEWAY 

ourham chamber of commerce board of directors 
chamber to -anagi city of medicine drive 
chamber near hiring leaoe« , « ^ 

cha-ber directors endorse concept of middle schools 
chamber board backs idea of middle schools 
crepe myrtles may line some expressway exits 

durham child advocacy commission 
see child advocacy commission 

durham citiien's safety committee 
see also safety 
group buys badges 

durham city accounting division 
see also auditors 
see also durham, n.c.i budget 
see also durham city purchasing division 
see also durham finance division 
see also durham office of budget and management 
city's auditors recommended for extension 

durham city arborist 
see also trees 
city may sell trees to finance arburist 
recycling nature 

durham city association of educators 
see durham association of educators 

ourham city attorneys office 
squabbling is no answer 

durham city foard of adjustment 
applicants sought for boards 
board backs opposition to construction 
adjustment board rejects "uke park variance request 
board is subject of more reviews 
centers receive use permits 
board approves parking leases 
builder gets variances 
nomination draws claim of conflict 
griffin warns of politicking 
archer withdraws board application 
archer withdraws application for board 
attorney sees no conflict 
squabbling is no answer 
committee names 3 to board 
new nominations made for board of adjustment 
vacancies filled on adjustment board 
board may let resident vote 

city seeking applicants to fill seats on boards 
city seeks applications for vacancies 

ourham city board of education 
see also durham, n.c.i budget 
see also ourham city schoolsi budget 

attendance policy gets 'f- 

committee favors adopting middle schools 

committee favors middle schools 

schools adopt attendance policy 

school. committee officials rap editorial 

unit renews school lease 

editorial unjust to school board "ember 

people have right to question schools 

board may be leaning toward middle schools 

city board discusses middle schools 

dropout problem needs detailed plan 

Chamber directors endorse concept of middle schools 

cmangf to require decision on sports 

hammonds to urge middle-school concept 

durham board opts for middle schools 

30ard apppovcs middle schools 

school change logical 

city board against geo diploma plan 

schools preparing for tomorrow's jobs 

city schools beady to determine tax cut's effects on lunch prices 

hammonds: enrollment drop could affect school usage 

city schools watching falling enrollment 

city schools outline goals 

23 classes over limit 

city seeks permission to exceed classroom sue 

Changes eyed in school zones 

schools polling teachers on middle school idea 

school improvements planned 

city schools ok architectural planning 

mrs. sligh named teacher of year « 

ourham city board of education, budget 

SEE ALSO OUflHA- CITY SCHOOLSi BUDGET 
SCHOOLS MAY TEST SYSTEM 

CUTS TO COST SCHOOLS 1 TEACHERS. 2', AIDES 
CITY SCHOOLS "AY CHANGE TEACHERS' BONUS SCHEDULE 
CITY SCHOOLS 5TU0YING SUPPLEMENTAL PAY 

DURHAM CITY CHARTER 

DURHAM'S CHARTER AMENDED 

DURHAM CITY CLERK'S OFFICE 



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2 ll/2S/fll 

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6/16/81 
6/16/81 
6/17/81 



H 2 10/11/81 D 10 



H 2 5/07/91 a 



S 2 
S 2 



5/01/81 
5/01/Bl 
6/2<,/Pl 
6/2<,/81 



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N S33 
N F78 
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N 054 
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H 2 10/09/81 A 12 



6/01/81 C 
6/04/81 A 



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5/26/81 


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6/23/91 


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7/10/91 


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7/10/81 


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7/16/91 


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7/20/81 


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7/22/81 


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5/11/91 


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5/12/91 


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5/12/91 


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5/26/91 


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5/26/91 


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N 


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6/01/81 


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H 2 


6/02/91 


A 




L 




H 2 


6/09/91 


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W24 


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6/09/81 


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6/23/81 


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N 


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H 2 


7/29/81 


A 




N 


W24 


S 2 


7/28/91 


B 




N 


DOB 


S 2 


7/30/91 


A 




E 




H 2 


8/11/81 


B 




N 


S51 


S 2 


9/11/81 


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N 


008 


S 2 


8/13/81 


c 




N 


DOB 


H 2 


9/15/81 


A 




P N 


W24 


S 2 


9/15/81 


B 




N 


008 


S 2 


9/18/91 


C 




N 


008 


H 2 


9/29/ei 


A 




N 


W24 


S 2 


9/29/91 


B 




N 


009 


H 2 


10/13/81 


e 




N 


V05 


S 2 


10/13/91 


B 




N 


009 


H 2 


11/ 0/91 


A 


1 1 


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U/ D/91 


A 


8 


N 


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H 2 


U/24/81 


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12/15/81 
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"i NE- PLAN.'^ING OtPT. 



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"ElSuRES 

Changes 



SEE ALSO COUKts. OuOhan county 

IcE f!-|S £°1,""5. nuDHAM cojNry, E'oloyefs 
SEE iLSn OuOma-* crrr HALL 

SHLLINS T? GET -JEW POSITION 

^.'^'^^tE'? P '"^f AO-iNisrsATivE jns 

ciwsj\E;?^?ifrpST=" ' "'""^ "'«f 

NO;ar IS APPOTNTEO DIHECTOS DC CIT,' 

CLE^K APPLICATIONS NU'<E»auS 

?23 «ffl-r fon CITr CLE««-S POSITION 

200 AJE SjEKI'-G CITr CLERK'S JOB 

CIT» COUNCIL APPOINTS NE J CL£OK 

NUHeEOS CO. AT PUBLIC HEARING 

JHT HIRE OUTSIDERS' 

DURham-s NEi( CITY CLERK DECIDES NOT TO Ta«E 

^VSTV? ^E" '^'-ERK riECIOES NOT TO COHE 

?i i?'^^ CLERK SHOULD BEGIN IN 1 WEEK 

COUNCIL DENIES .'ONE CHANGE 

CIUNCIL UNANIMOUSLY BACKS CITY OF MEDICINE SLOGAN 

.VANS NAMED OMRHAM-S MAYOR EMERITUS SLOGAN 

NE« COUNCIL MOv^S FAST 

RULE IS SLOmING SEARCH FOR CLERK 

TASK NOT IMPOSSIBLE 

iuRham city council 

CITY HONORS 30 MARKERS 

f^un'^5.';j :?i;'o\5?"?^,5^5!i?H\'f:'!? ^■""^ 

REJONING FOR STORE APPROVED 

PROCEDURES REvIE« PLANNED 

-l!^'V,'^X,^i"°"^ PRESSURE EYED AT lynnhavEN 

v^°.Vcii'i,'izi-i', lor^siios"" "°"^'^ ''"•*' '"■" 

HUC ASKED TO YANK 0< F QR APTS. 
BOARD IS SUBJECT OF MORE REvI'^hS 
council debates HOUSING VIOLATION 
CITY "uSI STAND FIRM 

COUNCILMAN RAPS RELATIONS PANEL 

COUNCIL our OF L INE 

LONG oRANCh LOSES iONING FJCmT 

COUNCIL DENIES CHANGE FOR LONG "RANCH SALOON 

911" ?!;"<!.' = ''5 SCALE 00-N PROPOSALS FOR EDGEMONT 

CITY COUNCIL TO STUDY « I NDOW-M A 5H I NG " I 

BUILDING INCENTIVE Plan OUESTIONED 

FrfJ^rici r^T.'.''c°lf;'-^ DURHAM'S MANAGEMENT 

cIJsT^C CQMi^NTl"-'- ""'" "'" '•^'''•' '^"^ 

ai'? = '",S°!^;-"^."- "*' IMPOSE MILO WATER-SAVING 

PANEL TO STUDY VIETNAM MEMORIAL 

»°°f^"FJ' 5;y5 council FRICTION SEASON FOR 

2 SITES GET BACKING FOR HOUSING 

SOMC FRICTION IS NATURAL 

OUR-AM COUNCIL CALLS TI-E OUT 

}''l'^„'*l'-''^° DURHAM BY MOVING OUT OF TOWN 

EDCE-ONT PLAN DUESTION LINGERS 

DUrfHAM.5 STRONG POINTS? I WASN'T ASKED 

EDGEMONT DEADLINE EITENOED 

TIE VOTE PJTS INDEPENDENCE PLAN IN LIMBO 

COUNCIL APPROVES DEMOLISHING HOUSE 

«'lo??ffoNrilY°l?''jyi °' '"oe-e-'OENce place 

SOUABBlING IS NO ANSWER 

AGENCY CONTRACTS Ok'O: MONITORING SUGGFSTFO 
SPVn^ii rb'JI J9,3ECl6£ ON'tYNin^vEN JULY 30 
PLEDGER U».,ES CITY JSE OF CENTRAL YMCA 

SSK^ilSl^G^E^rA-Nti^U'li^o'N^AS'Els '"^ "" *"'°" 

CO^N^il; ?S':uLL'i?5Lr?o'F£g's ""^""a" "^ BUSINESSES 

PUBLIC HOUSING SITE ON AGENDi 

•M SUNOERSTANOING' CLOuDS LYNNHAVEN 

SMITH URGES FAST ACTION ON BOARD'S MAKEUP 

MAYOR CANCELS FUNDING-CUT MEET ■'"Ktui' 

COUNCIL'S MEETING OPEN, SHUT maTTFR 

??V'c^OuJ^fL^'o'^S?o"E%^?^-N.?E"lA?f5N=^'L^^N^^r;^N^^ ''"' 

Tonrun 5F5jTrrAe^^M°cfy?-cS,';^?;:" '*""'=- °^ ^"--"^ 

ANNEIATION HEARING SET SEPT. 9 LUUNCIL 

fEt;.";'cit 2L"i5s'2N,'iP,:T?i.;^i'EAgi5i''°" '°^'^'°-' 

SUCCESS IS RE.APOEO """'NU 

MOUSING ANSWER TOMORROW 

CITY PO'.DERS WATER Plan 

GRANT FATE UNKNOWN 

HUD A'SwER A.VAITEO STILL 

4Th officer may in TO SCHOOLS 

rX'^fVi" "f HOD GETS COUNCIL OK 

fsi'*'^'V„'^;:5 'E'l^EO SITE PLAN FOR PROJECT 

"■^Eli, '0 '^"^ NOn AS DEPUTY DIRECTOR 

j-story building punned for -ITy 
council to meft un grant contract 

BUILDING SEEDS COUNCIL OK 

rn ...rn'^nnrcV'?'^?'?' "EvISED FUNDING Plan 

COUNCIL VOTES S-5 IN Favor OF HUD PACT 

CITY MANAGER'S ROLE MAY SURFACE AGAIN 

C^iNCu::; mi c'lf?'22jAi^R'"""- DEVELOPMENT GRANTS 

Two SEEKING WARD S COUNCIL SEAT 

COMMITTEE DELAYS CHANGING FEES 

WRONG DATE GIVEN 

STRUGGLE SEEN FOR CONTROL OF COUNCIL 

?5fJ' J'-lcI'M^ "^E" fXPRFSSwiY ON TRACK 

rii^'^.j^^LT-'^jprE?^::,'" •" •'"'""' "-a^^"' 
iH°E%%i?rsfTH^^"AwiVR^sr,',c'i"''"^''°" 

;j!'c;;l!9*' I^""^ 2F COUNCIL MEETING 

^^J:?;',"^" "LANS ORA» FIRE 

CITUENS OPPOSE annEaaTION 

COUNCIL AYES ASSESSMENTS 

illi J?','^f 't,""E-ELES DICTATORSHIP 

A.NNFiATION TO EE TOPIC 

riT 19 "" '900.000 IN WATER BILLING SUITS 

C TY READY TO PAT SACK waTER -ONEY 

I.ITY MAY NOT AOD 'COuGhNUT HQL E • 

C?T?'ri„.^?,,"nli2f*»^'-'<:'""^ ANNEXATION 



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5/24/81 

5/2B/ei 

6/16/91 

7/02/91 

T/K/Sl 

7/25/ei 

3/2!/91 

3/23/Rl 

10/06/91 

10/06/91 

IG/U/ai 

11/10/91 

ll/I 1/91 

1 1/1<./9I 

11/17/91 

U/17/91 

12/09/91 

12/D8/91 

12/0^/91 

12/11/81 



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N K90 

N 

N S51 

N K90 

L 

N Kqo 

N S51 
N K90 
N S5l 
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N S5l 
N K90 



5/01/91 

5/03/91 

5/04/91 

5/05/91 

5/05/91 

5/06/91 

5/06/81 

5/09/91 

5/11/ai 

5/12/91 

5/12/91 

5/13/91 

5/l'./91 

5/15/91 

5/19/91 

5/21/91 

5/21/81 

5/21/91 

6/02/91 

6/02/91 

6/03/91 

6/D6/9I 

6/12/91 

6/2')/91 

6/23/91 

6/24/91 

6/24/91 

6/25/91 

6/26/81 

6/29/91 

7/02/91 

7/03/91 

7/03/9 1 

7/04/91 

7/08/91 

7/09/Pl 

7/D9/91 

7/09/91 

7/09/91 

7/11/91 

7/20/91 

7/21/91 

7/21/81 

7/21/91 

7/21/91 

7/25/91 

7/25/91 

7/29/91 

7/28/91 I 

7/30/91 I 

7/30/91 I 

7/30/91 I 

7/31/91 I 

9/01/91 . 

8/03/91 I 

8/04/91 

9/04/91 

8/04/81 

3/04/91 

9/04/91 

8/04/«l 

9/04/91 

9/05/91 

9/1 1/91 

3/12/91 

8/13/91 

a/14/»l 

9/17/91 

9/13/81 

9/19/91 

3/19/91 

9/22/91 

8/22/91 

3/22/91 

8/24/91 

9/25/91 

3/25/91 

3/25/91 

9/25/91 

3/26/91 

8/29/91 

9/23/81 

8/29/31 

9/01/91 

9/02/91 

9/02/91 

9/02/91 

9/09/91 

9/09/91 

9/09/91 

9/09/91 

9/10/81 

9/14/91 

9/14/91 

9/l'/91 

9/15/91 

9/19/91 

9/21/91 

9/22/91 

9/22/81 



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15 

2 

13 

3 

1 



054 
C19 
054 
054 
054 
W36 



U3& 

054 

054 



N W3& 

N 054 

N M36 

N 

N W36 

N S51 

N 054 



054 
054 



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N W36 



K90 
K90 
W36 
SS3 



N W36 

N K90 

N K90 

N W36 

N K90 

N K90 
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N W36 



<90 
K90 



N <90 
N «90 
N K90 



N W36 
N WJ6 
N <90 



N K90 
N W36 
N W36 
N K90 
N <90 
N C19 
N K90 
N 

N W36 
N «90 
N K90 
N K90 
N W36 
N U57 
N 



S51 

K40 
S51 
K90 
SSI 
K90 



MONTMlY/ANNUiL 



INDEX 
12/31/ai 



NEv. FEES SUBJECT TO FINAL MfiOINO 

BIG WATER USEBS NEEIl HIKE NOTICES 

COUNCIL PONOEBS BIOS ON GARAGE 

CITY COUNCIL tPPOIMTS NEH CLEBK 

NUHBEBS LOW AT PUBLIC HEADING 

CORRECTION 

COUNTY RESIDENTS TO FIGHT ANNEXATION „,.,,„ 

WARNING: COUNCIL WEFTINC MAY ENDANGER YOUR HEALTH 

COUNCIL TO CONSIDER LYNNHAVEN PROJECT 

DELAY GRANTED ON ANNEXATION 

COUNCIL APPROVES LYNNHAVEN SITE 

CHALLENGE LOa-fS FOR ANNEXATION NEIGHBORHOODS 

COUNCIL APPROVES LYNNHAVEN PLAN 

COUNCIL TO STUDY 20NING BIOS 

COUNCIL DEFERS ZONING CASE 

COUNCIL AGAIN DELAYS HEZONING BID ,^„^., 

CITY OF MEOICINE SEEKS COUNCIL'S ENDORSEMENT 

HIRING CLERK SHOULD BEGIN IN I WEEK 

COUNCIL DENIES ZONE CHANGE 

COUNCIL UNANIMOUSLY BACKS CITY OF MEDICINE SLOGAN 

CONTRACTORS PLEDGE AOOPTEO 

SUITS FILED TO BLOCK PARI OF ANNEXATION 

ANNEXED RESIDENTS FILE SUIT 

TOwN HALL MEETINGS ,,.,„. 

NEW COUNCIL MEMBERS WILL FACE LIGHT AGENDA 

CITY TO MEET WITH HOUSING OFFICIALS 

HUNT MAY BE MAYOR PRO TEM OF NEW DURHAM CITY COUNCIL 

EVANS NAMED DURHAM'S MAYOR EMERITUS 

NEW COUNCIL M3VE5 EAST 

NEW COUNCIL MUST TACKLE OLD PROBLEM 

RULE IS SLOWING SEARCH FOR CLERK 

CITY EXPECTED TO GET HOSIERY mill 

HEARING SET ON RENEWAL PLAN 

COUNCIL STUDIES HOUSING PLAN 

BUS RIDERS UNAWARE OF CUTS 

COUNCIL OKS END OF NIGHT BUS SERVICE 

CnuNCIL DELAYS VOTE ON DEVELOPMENT 

FOES OF APART-ENTS GAIN COUNCIL DELAY 

CITW^NS TO OPPOSE END OF NIGHT BUS SERVICE 

COUNCIL VOTE TO END NIGHT BUS SERVICE ORAHS FIRE 

COUNCIL LETS US DOWN 

REEO OuESTIONS 'NEW DIRECTION' 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 
SEE ALSO AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., CITY EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO JOB DISCRIMINATION 

COUNCILMAN RAPS RELATIONS PANEL 

2 OUEBY APPOINTMENT STUDY 

APPOINTMENTS STUDY QUESTIONED . , ^ 

DEPARTING OFFICIAL SAYS CITY DOING BETTER ON HIRING 

JACKSON SERVED WELL 

CITY MANAGER SELECTS MCFAODEN 

WOMAN GIVEN POST WITH CITY 

nuBHAH CITY COUNCIL, BLACK MEMBERS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, Durham 

RALPH HUNT PLANS TO RUN FOR 3R TERM 

nuBHAM CITY COUNCIL, dUDGET 

SEE ALSO CURHA"., -I.e., BUDGET 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, NON-CITY AGENCIES 

CITY COUNCIL TO GET BUDGET ON MAY 18 

CITY SCHOOLS ASKING COUNTY FOR MORE CASH 

FUND REQUESTS FROM AGENCIES GOING TO OEPTS. 

COUNCIL SCHEDULES BUDGET HEARINGS 

PROPOSED CITY BUDGET ASKS NO TAX HIKE 

CITY MANAGER WANTS TO UPDATE PLAN 

CITY WATER, SFwER RATE INCREASES SOUGHT 

PROPOSED CITY BUDGET TRIMS AGENCY REaUESTS 

DODGING A TAX INCREASE ,, ,,^, 

CITY MAY REDUCE SUPPORT FOR U NON-CITY AGENCIES 

KEY SERVICES »UST COME FIRST 

PANEL STUDIES CITY BUDGET 

COMMITTEE RECONSIDERS HIRING PROGRAM GRANT 

FUNOING PROPOSAL APPEALED 

COMMITTEE HOPES TO FINISH BUDGET TOMORROW 

UNIFORM WATER, SE'WER RATES SOUGHT 

SPLIT PAY RAISES "AY CAUSE CITY PROBLEMS 

ROLL-OUT POPS UP AGAIN 

PANEL BACKS CITY BUDGET, TAX LID 

PANFL INCREASES FUNDING ON FINAL DAY OF HEARINGS 

SURPLUS AIDS NON-CITY AGENCIES 

PROPOSAL WOULD TRIM FUNDS FOR EDGEMONT 

UNCOMPROMISING OUO 

CITY COMMITTEE TO CONSIDER BUDGET 

COMMITTEE QUESTIONS FUNDING OF PROGRAM 

CITY PANEL URGES 22-YEAR PUBLIC SERVICE CONTRACT 

BUDGET OK ENDS WORK MARATHON 

CITY COUNCIL DELAYS VOTING ON BUDGET 

ALL CITY EMPLOYEES TO GET 9 PERCENT HIKE 

RATES DELAY BUDGET VOTE 

COMPLAINTS ARE TARDY 

COUNCIL OKS BUDGET; TAX RATE IS SAME 

CITY WATER, SAEWER BATES TO RISE 

MAYOR TO OUST PLEDGER AS HEAD OF COUNCIL PANEL 

COMMITTEE SWITCH STRAINS RELATIONS 

A WELCOME BREATHER 

THE EYE OF The beholder 

FREEDOM OF THOUGHT AND TAXES 

BAPTISTS CAN'T DICTATE CITY TAX SPENDING 

PATRONS SHOULD PAY FOR DANCE, SYMPHONY 

AGENCY CONTRACTS OK'O; MONITORING SUGGESTED 

COM"ITTEE VOTES TO TRADE IN OLD CITY COMPUTER 

ANNEXATION METHOD GETS COUNCIL OK 

DURHAM TO GET NEW COMPUTER 

GROUP RENEWING ATTACK ON CITY'S FESTIVAL FUNDS . _ ,, ,„„ , 

REV. HOOPER PREACHING ON AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL EVILS (CARTOON) 

DAY-CARE FUNPING BACKED 

DAY CARE COUNCIL PROVES ITS WORTH 

COUNCIL UNANIMOUSLY BACKS CITY OF MEDICINE SLOGAN 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, BUS STUDY COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO BUS FARES 
SEE ALSO BUS SHELTERS 
SEE ALSO Durham, N.C-, BUS STUDY 
SEE ALSO Durham, N.C, BUSES 

COUNCIL PANEL TO HEIGH TRANSIT GRANT 

COMMITTEE OELAYS TASK FORCE 

STATE PUSHES CITY ON TRANSIT SYSTEM 

UNIT NEEDS MORE BUS FACTS 

CONTINUED NIGHT BUS SERVICE IM DURHAM GETS PANEL OK 

STUDY NEEDED BEFORE BUS ROUTES ARE CUT 

COUNCIL LETS US DOWN 

MAYOR: FINDING TRANSPORTATION IS TOP PRIORITY 



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N 


K90 




S 2 


10/Dl/Rl 




N 


K9C 




S 2 


10/05/81 




N 


K90 




H 2 


lD/06/ai 




N 


551 




S 2 


10/06/n 




N 


K90 




H ? 


lD/07/8 




N 






S 2 


10/13/81 




N 


K90 




H 2 


10/16/81 


A 1' 


N 






S 2 


10/19/81 




N 






H 2 


10/20/81 




N 


S5l 




H 2 


10/2D/B1 




N 


S5l 




S 2 


lD/20/81 




N 


K90 




S 2 


10/20/61 




N 


K90 




S 2 


11/02/81 




N 


K90 




H 2 


11/03/81 




N 


S51 




S 2 


11/03/81 




N 


K90 




S 2 


11/13/81 




N 


K90 




S 2 


U/U/Bl 




N 


K90 




H 2 


11/17/81 




N 


551 




S 2 


U/lT/al 




N 


K90 




S 2 


11/18/81 




N 


K90 




H 2 


11/19/81 




N 


B51 




S 2 


U/19/81 




N 


K9D 




H 2 


11/20/81 




F 






S 2 


12/03/81 




N 


F30 




S 2 


12/0<./81 




N 


K90 




S 2 


12/07/81 




N 


K90 




H 2 


12/08/81 




N 


S51 




S 2 


12/08/81 




N 


K90 




S 2 


12/08/81 




E 






S 2 


12/09/81 




N 






S 2 


12/10/81 




N 


K90 




H 2 


12/11/81 




N 


551 




S 2 


12/21/81 




N 


K9D 




5 2 


12/21/81 




N 


K9D 




H 2 


12/22/31 




N 


S51 




H 2 


12/22/81 




N 


551 




5 2 


12/22/81 




N 


K90 




5 2 


12/22/8 




N 


K90 




H 2 


12/23/8 




N 


551 




S 2 


12/2'./8 




. E 






S 2 


12/30/81 




N 


K90 





H 


2 


5/21/81 


3 1 


N 


W3b 


s 


2 


6/13/81 


C I 


N 


K90 


H 


2 


6/19/81 


A 8 


N 




H 


2 


7/16/81 


a 1 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


7/17/81 


A <t 


E 




s 


2 


9/02/81 


C 1 


N 




H 


2 


9/04/81 


A 6 


N 




s 


2 


5/01/81 


A 1 


N 


05<. 



H 2 


5/07/81 


A 1 


N 




H 2 


5/D7/81 


a 


N 


W2', 


H 2 


5/08/31 


B 


N 




S 2 


5/08/81 


A 1 


N 


OS*. 


H 2 


5/19/81 


A 


N 


W36 


H 2 


5/19/ai 


E 


N 




S 2 


5/19/81 


A 


N 


054 


H 2 


5/20/31 


C 


N 


W36 




5/2D/81 


A 


E 




5 2 


5/20/81 


C 


N 


054 


S 2 


5/21/81 


A 


E 




H 2 


5/2 2/81 


C ( 


N 


W36 


S 2 


5/22/Bl 


C 


N 


054 


H 2 


5/23/81 


e 


P N 




S 2 


5/25/81 


c 


N 


054 


H 2 


5/27/81 


c 


N 


W36 


S 2 


5/27/81 


c 


M 


054 


S 2 


5/27/81 


c 


N 


054 


H 2 


5/28/81 


B 


N 


W36 


S 2 


5/28/81 


c 


N 


054 


S 2 


5/30/81 


A 


N 


054 


S 2 


6/D2/81 


A 


N 


054 


S 2 


6/03/81 


A i 


E 




H 2 


6/U/81 


fl 


N 


W36 


S 2 


6/11/81 


C 


N 


B61 


H 2 


6/13/81 


A 


N 


W36 


S 2 


6/15/81 


C 


N 


054 


H 2 


6/16/81 


A 


N 


W36 


S 2 


6/16/81 


c 


N 


054 


S 2 


6/16/81 


c 


N 


054 


S 2 


6/17/81 


A 


. E 




H 2 


6/23/81 


A 


P N 


551 


S 2 


6/23/81 


A 


N 


054 


H 2 


6/2'V/8l 


A 


P N 




S 2 


6/24/81 


A 


P N 


054 


S 2 


6/2',/81 


A 


E 




H 2 


6/25/81 


A 


, E 




H 2 


6/28/81 


D 


, E 




H 2 


6/28/81 


D 


, L 




H 2 


6/30/81 


A 


, L 




H 2 


7/21/81 


B 


N 


W36 


H 2 


a/07/ei 


B 


, N 


W36 


H 2 


B/18/al 


B 


N 


W36 


5 2 


8/19/81 


A 1 


, N 




H 2 


9/29/81 


A 


N 


551 


H 2 


10/01/81 


A 


, T T 


R56 


H 2 


11/06/81 


6 


N 


S5l 


5 2 


U/12/81 


A 


, L 




S 2 


11/17/81 


B 


1 N 


K90 



H 2 


6/04/81 


A 24 


N 


W36 


S 2 


6/J5/81 


C I 


N 


054 


S 2 


6/22/81 


C 1 


/ >* 


054 


5 2 


6/22/81 


C 1 


N 


054 


S 2 


12/09/81 


A 1 


N 


K90 


5 2 


12/17/61 


A 4 


L 




S 2 


12/24/81 


A 4 


E 




S 2 


12/24/81 


C 1 


N 


K90 



MONTHLr/JNNUSL 



INDEX B 
12/31/91 



SUBJECTS 



P»G£ 172 
l/10/«i 



C PC L P BVL 



0UB««» CII» COUPlCU. CiBlE TELEVISION CQM1ITTEE 
SEE ALSn CA6LEVIS10N OF DURHAM 

RALpS hunt plans TO RUN EOR 3R0 TER^ 
CABLEVISION OFFICIALS PLEDGE I HPROVE-IENT S 
CABLE PROPOSALS MAY SURFACE 
OURAi" CABLEVISION PLANS 1 NEW CHANNELS 
CABLE MEAD APOLOGIZES FOR SERVICE 
RASMUSSEN OFF, BACK ON BOARD 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL. COMMITTEE OF T HF WHOLE 
METALS LAH Chances PkOPOSED 
CITY TO PUSH DOWNTOWN LOT 
C TY Ca"MITTEF TO CONSIDER BUDGET 
COMMITTEE QUESTIONS FUNDING OF PROGRAM 

C^il;; c'S;Sc"rSA5°:p2l'Ae"?l!ERAL grant conditions 
PLtOGERt GRIFFIN ARGUE INCIDENT 

?i!?r5JGi!%'AS? ^C°?IOrl'SN BOARD- S MAKEUP 
STATE TO PRE-fMPr CITY'S METALS LAW 

SrA?E°L»w'M.?'p"Rl-£MPT DURHAM METALS ORDINANCE 
HILLSIDE POOL GRANT GETS OK 

C^^;.s"Su«h'aS? ''rEnSvAT on" YMCA PUT AT .1 MILLION 
oiJnAM -iYSSoPl" -ACRE TRACT FROM ANNEXATION PLAN 
SERVICE CENTER DRAWS QUERY 
nr.'\l"lnl'lr'ifr»iLf°^ MEETING WATER NEEDS 

lir.liri'Un"hl° '.hrtn°C^4'.: Annexation 

COMMITTEE QUESTIONS PLAN FOR PARK 
c'5'^^^I?^E'"N^'AL'L°^SAl'(l"l?gSI^DING UNREALISTIC 
CITY HONORS Z-. LONGTIME EMPLOYEES 
COUNCIL SEEKS DELAY OF BUS TEST 
BUS CUTS DELAY POSSIBLE 
PANEL DISCUSSES BUS VOTE 

-"^??^^^US^H^^Ai^^^Trc^i;JlfLfPSSi;iif?;'?^R;??ETc'8MM,TTEE 

; 3 siissr, i\v^ PorNHt: ^ist^E^srsTo^^MiTTEE 

REMEMBER COMMITTEE OVERHAUL? 
DURHAM CITY COUNCIL. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 
EDGfMONT DECISION NEARS 

"""??? Vdl &3r«U^Jl«ToKtL5'roi'Mf?TirSJJJ!^NUAT,ON PROPOSAL 
SIUOENIS WILL STUDY DURHAM 
CITY STRUCTURES. NEEDS TO BE SURVEYED 
14 RECOMMFNDED FOR 2 CITY PANELS „,^„ rn,,.,r,,MC«. 
SOURCE OF RCPRESENTAIION SURVEY U»SFTS COUNCILMEN 
SEVEN-YEAR -AIT SAVES CITY 115,000 ON LAND 
CHANGING ORDINANCE MAY SOLVE PR03LEMS 
CITY ZONING REVIEW EYED 
aoOwN SUGGESTS NEW PARK 
PUBLIC HEARINGS PLANNED 

CTMMITTFE NAMES 3 TO BOARD . „ ,, ,c T..C.UT 

NFu NOMINATIONS MADE FOR BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

COMMITTEE LEARNS IT MAY HAVE 10 VACANCIES ON BOARD TO FILL 
? TENANTS SEEK SEATS ON BOARD 
GROUP WILL TARGET LOITERERS 
2 PUBLIC MOUSING TENANTS SEEK SEATS 
MEETING ON LOITERING SET FRIDAY 

i°oZ\v,n .Tor^ys'r^SR'issiiNG authority panel 

COUNCIL DELAYS MEET 

PARK IMPROVEMENTS TO BE OUTLINED 

IMPROVEMENTS GET BOARD'S OK 

CITY TAKE FROM Bulls tops »20.000 

WEST: CITY CAN HELP N I XON LIBRARY 
WEST: CITY COULO PROVIDE LAND 

CuVii^ifM'"'' TO DISCUSS CABLE SERVICE 
MARKMAM CONSintRS COMMITTEES 

S[];!?°m?;'^^'5'5oI"'?rS"?eS"qF new DURHAM CITY COUNCIL 
CITY COUNCIL UNITS NAMED; HUNT CHOSEN 

^^NTlNlJEo'NIGHf BUsiERVlCE IN DURHAM GETS PANEL OK 

!§5S?ir%\^lL' S^Bi^S^T^OR NIGHT .US CUTS 

nsi ^^A?;-^ si;"sp'!'R; ^src^c^ ^s°a^^"t?"r»e5{e- 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL. ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE LAWS 
SEE ALSO M4Y0RIAL CAMPAIGNS 
SEE itsO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN EXPENOITURES 
flSLPM HUNT PUNS TO RUN FOR 3R0 TERM 

S^ynlSw^^fua^F^i^io'S^OUT SEEKING ELECTION 

'TINY' SmEPPARO to RUN 

RETIRING FIRE OFFICIAL MAY ?0N FOR COUNC I L 

lll'^m'l^il.'l-^ itkVct^li'f mt..T.^"u.'llh, RAPS PUBLIC SAFETY 

ELECTION FILING BEGINS AUG. l<i 

FILING TO bFGIN FOR CITY ELECTION ., „„^, 

SOME INfUMBFMlS UUIET AS COUNCIL FILINGS OPEN 

PARRISM FIRST TO FILE FOR DURHAM COUNCIL 

frc??YH^^ii?^BlM?^^J?Vu^^f■5I?SJ■5Xn°?lS^§TMERS ANNOUNCE 

KELLER. FOX ANNOUNCE THEY WON'T SEEK TERM 

TWO FILE FOR CITY COUNCIL WARD S SEAT 

WOMAN FILES FOR AT-LARGE SEAT 

DAVIS SEEKS COUNCIL SEAT 

MRS. MAPwARO TO RUN; BROWN WON'T 

MARWARO TO Run for COUNCIL 

STRUGGLE SEEN FOR CONTROL OF COUNCIL 

WILLIAMS IN COUNCIL RACE 

WILLIAMS FILES FOR COUNCIL 

rARBRoiGS'lNo'SARiiRO FILE FOR SAME COUNCIL SEAT 
! NE» NAMES AMONG <• FILING FOR CITY COUNCIL 
SPAULOI^G ENTERS COUNCIL RACE .^,,„.,. 

FIELD REMAINS SMALL IN DURHAM tLtCTIQNS 
JEN«I»:S wiLL RUNFORCOUNC IL^SEAT 



S 2 


s/oi/ai 


A ] 


N 054 


S 2 


12/02/"! 


A 1 


N K90 


S 2 


12/16/ni 


C I 


N K90 


M 2 


I2/IT/8I 


B 1 


N B91 


S 2 


12/17/Bl 


C 1 


N <90 


S 2 


12/ia/ei 


C 1 


N K90 


H 2 


s/i-i/ai 


A 


N 


H 2 


5/ 5/ai 


A 3 


N 


H 2 


6/ 1/91 


B 1 


N W36 


S 2 


6/ 1/91 


C 


N B61 


S 2 


7/02/81 


c 


N K90 


H 2 


7/03/81 


C ' 


N W3fa 


H 2 


7/17/81 


a 


N W36 


S 2 


7/17/81 


c 


N K90 


5 2 


7/30/81 


c 


N K90 


H 2 


7/31/91 




N W36 


H 2 


7/31/81 


c 


N 


S 2 


7/31/91 


A 


? N 


H 2 


a/H/Bl 


A 1 


N 


S 2 


9/03/81 


c 


N <90 


H 2 


9/0<./fll 


A 


N U36 


S 2 


9/17/91 


A 


N K90 


S 2 


10/01/81 


C 


N K90 


H 2 


10/02/91 


B 


N 


S 2 


10/15/81 


C 


N K90 


S 2 


10/15/91 


c 


1 N K90 


H 2 


10/16/9 1 


E 


1 N S51 


S 2 


10/29/91 


A 


S, N K90 


S 2 


11/12/81 


C 


1 N K90 


S 2 


11/13/91 


c 


1 N K90 


H 2 


12/0<./81 


A 


9 N S5I 


S 2 


12/17/81 


A 


1 N K90 


H 2 


12/18/91 


C 1 


N 881 


S 2 


12/31/81 


c 


1 N K9Q 



H 2 5/15/81 A 3 N 

S 2 6/26/81 CI N 05« 



S 2 


5/06/81 


C 




N 05<. 


H 2 


5/J7/81 


B 




N W36 


H 2 


5/07/81 




10 


N 


S 2 


5/20/81 






N 054 


S 2 


5/26/81 






N 


S 2 


6/03/91 






N 054 


H 2 


6/0<./81 






N W36 


S 2 


6/2'./81 






N 0S4 


H 2 


7/22/81 




1 1 


N 


S 2 


7/22/91 






N K90 


H 2 


7/23/81 




16 


N W36 


H 2 


7/23/81 




16 


N W36 


H 2 


a/05/81 




12 


N H36 


5 2 


a/05/81 






N K90 


S 2 


8/05/ai 






N 


H 2 


8/06/61 




l<. 


P N W36 


S 2 


a/26/81 






N 


H 2 


3/27/81 






N 


S 2 


9/09/81 






N 


S 2 


9/16/91 






N 


S 2 


9/17/ai 






N 


H 2 


9/lB/Bl 




If 


P N S51 


H 2 


9/2'./91 






N S51 


S 2 


9/2'./81 






N 


S 2 


I /03/81 






N 


H 2 


1 /13/91 




12 


N S5l 


H 2 


11/18/81 






N S51 


S 2 


11/18/81 






N K90 


S 2 


12/07/91 






M K90 


H 2 


12/09/91 






P N S51 


S 2 


12/09/91 






N K90 


S 2 


12/09/91 






N K90 


S 2 


12/09/81 






N K90 


H 2 


12/10/91 


B 




N S5l 


H 2 


12/10/81 


a 




P N S51 


S 2 


12/10/81 


A 




N K90 



1 CANDIOAIES FILE; PRIMARY IS SET UP 

LASI-OAY FILINGS ASSURE MORE COUNCIL PRIMARIES 



S 2 


5/oi/ai 


A 






N 


05** 


H 2 


5/02/91 


B 






N 




H 2 


5/07/81 


a 




p 


N 




H 2 


5/08/91 


B 






N 




S 2 


5/23/91 


A 




p 


N 


U57 


H 2 


5/24/81 


c 






N 




H 2 


6/30/91 


A 


1 1 




N 




S 2 


7/23/91 


A 




p 


H 


K90 


H 2 


7/26/91 


A 




p 


f 


L57 


S 2 


a/05/91 


c 






N 




S 2 


9/1 3/»l 


c 






N 




S 2 


9/14/ai 


c 






N 


K90 


H 2 


9/15/91 


e 




p 


N 




S 2 


8/15/81 


A 






N 




S 2 


8/19/81 


A 






N 


F30 


H 2 


8/25/91 


A 




p 


N 


H36 


S 2 


8/25/91 


B 






N 




S 2 


a/26/91 


A 


9 




N 




H 2 


8/27/91 


B 


1 


p 


N 


W36 


S , 


9/27/81 


A 


7 




N 




H 2 


8/29/81 


a 


1 


p 


N 


M3fa 


S 


8/28/91 


c 


6 




N 




H 


9/29/91 


A 


1 




N 


ri36 


H 


3/29/91 


c 


1 




N 




S 2 


8/29/81 


A 


3 




N 




H 


a/31/91 


B 


1 




N 




s 


8/31/81 


A 


1 


p 


N 


K90 


H 2 


9/01/91 


B 


\ 


p 


N 




S 


9/01/91 


e 




N 




H 


9/03/81 


B 


I 




N 




s 


9/03/81 


A 


V 


p 


N 


K90 


H 2 


9/04/81 


a 


I 


p 


N 


W36 


S 2 


9/04/81 


A 


I 


p 


N 


K90 



MONTHLY 



FILING ENDS; 21 VIE FOR CITY 
SMEPPARO HITmORAwS from R4CE 
SHEPPARO wIThORRawS from RACE 
CAN0I0AIE5 WEEDING SELVES OUT 
TOM CAHPEElL leads IN GIFTS 
COUNCILHEN VARY ON REASONS FOR 
CANDIDATES: SERVICES EXTENSION 
CITY CANDIDATES OPPOSE REGULAT 
CANDIDATES: CHANGES NEEDED IN 
CANDIDATES IN TUESDAY'S PRIMaR 
THE ZND BIGGEST VOID IN THE UN 
QUIET CAMPAIGN MAY MEAN SLOW E 
CANDIDATE CHOICES 
DURHAM VOTES TODAY TO REDUCE F 
VOTER TURNOUT LIGHT IN PRIMARY 
MAYOR SECONT IN VOTE COUNT 
CLOUD JATChFRS OUTNUMBER POLL 
CAMPBELL NOT YET SURE OF HARD 
LEARNING SO"E LESSONS 
STUDYING VOTES 
RETURNS TO BE HEChECKED 
YARBROUGH WON'T SEEK RECOUNT I 

haruard lead is 200 

bull city politics icartooni 

vote recount not sought 

•79 election force lacks focus 

politick ing today 

candidates meet with senior ci 

TEaChFRS" group BACKED MARKHAM 
CANDIDATES SPAR OVER DOWNTOWN 
POLITICAL GROUP MIGHT ENDORSE 
GROUP SAYS GIFTS PAID LETTER C 
GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES 
GROUP ENDORSES '> CITY CANOIDAT 
FORUM TO BE OCT. Z1 
HUNT: DOES HE OR DOESN'T HE? 
GROUP BACKS RALPH HUNT 
HE DOES: HUNT HAS GROUP'S ENOO 
VOTERS STILL APPLY FOR SPECIAL 
MEET The CANDIDATES - 2: THE W 
CANDIDATES FOPUM PLANNED 
CANDIDATES FORUM SET 
MEET The candidates - 3: THE w 
YARBPnuGH BACKS MRS. HARWARO 
YAflEROUCH BACKS HARWARO 
MEET The candidates - ■• : THE w 
POLITICAL BREAKFAST DRAWS CROW 
FOR TUESDAY'S ELECTION WE QFFE 
LAND USE. RESIDENTS SPLIT 2 CA 
A QUIET ELECTION, BUT NOT UNIM 
MEET THE CANOIDAIES - 5: THE A 
VDF'S TELEPHONE BANK IS BACK, 
CAMPAIGN FORCES START MANEUVER 
WARD 1 HOPEFULS VARY ON HOUSIN 
RODENHIZER, MARKHAM CLASH AT F 
AT-LaRGE HOPEFULS: SERVICES MU 
SLOAN: DURHAM MOVING SIDEWAYS, 
RELIGIOUS GROUP SACKS CANOIOAT 
HUNT OPPOSES ANfJEXATION 
2 GROUPS ENDORSE CANDIDATES 
ENDORSEMENTS: A WAY OF LIFE FO 
Two GROUPS ANNOUNCE ENOORSEMEN 
MAYOR, COUNCIL CANDIDATES FACE 
DURHAM VOTER TURNOUT MAY D0U8L 
C=|ME IS FLECTION ISSUE 
TODAY'S ELECTION WILL GIVE CIT 
DURHAM OFFICIALS REPORT MUEO 
SLACKS, LIBFRJLS PUT FOUR ON C 
DURHAM COUNCIL RtSULTS ANO MAY 
'A NEW DURHAM': FOR JR D TIME, 
ENDORSEMENTS, TURNOUT KEYS IN 
OUTCOME OF ELECTION BELIES OUl 
DURHAM CITY COUNCIL RACES: VOT 
NEW DURHAM OFFICIALS SEEK HARM 
A DIFFERENT FLAVOR NOW IN THE 
CANVASS CONFIRMS DURHAM ELECTI 
SLOGANS SPICE UP DURHAM CITY E 
TUESDAY ELECTION SENT MESSAGE 
ORIENTATION OFFERED TO NEW CIT 
NEW ERA FOR DURHAM? 

DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, FINANCE COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., BUDGET 

SEE ALSO Durham city COUNCIL, COMMITTEE REORGANIZATION PROPOSAL 
SEE ALSO DURHAM FINANCE DIVISION 

FUND REQUESTS FROM AGENCIES GOING TO DEPTS. 

COUNCIL SCHEDULES BUDGET HEARINGS 

PANEL STUDIES CITY BUDGET 

INCENTIVE PLAN'S END SUGGESTED 

COMMITTEE RECONSIDERS HIRING PROGRAM GRANT 

COMMITTEE HOPES TO FINISH BUDGET TOMORROW 

GROUP SAYS INCREASE WILL HIT HOMEOWNERS 

aOARO TO RECONSIDER FEES 

UNIFORM WATER, SEwER RATES SOUGHT 

SPLIT PAY RAISES MAY CAUSE CITY PROBLEMS 

PANEL BACKS CITY BUDGET, TAX LID 

GROUP APPROVES SALARY INCREASES 

PANEL INCREASES FUNDING ON FINAL DAY OF HEARINGS 

COMMITTEE SNUBS SALE OF PLOTS 

COUNCIL PANEL TO WEIGH TRANSIT GRANT 

PANEL DELAYS APPOINIMENTS TO ECONOMIC TASK FORCE 

COMMITTEE DELAYS TASK FORCE 

APPLICATION FOR FUNDS IS STALLED 

PANEL REAFFIRMS WATER, SEWER HIKES 

SURPLUS DISAPPEARS, AGENCIES FEEL EFFECTS 

NEW WATER RATES WIN PANEL'S OK 

MAYOR TO Oust pledger as head of council panel 

COMMITTEE SWITCH STRAINS RELATIONS 

UNINSURED MARCH APPROVED 

RODENHIZER SAYS COUNCIL FRICTION REASON FOR CHANGES 

CITY WAIVES INSURANCE FOR PAkAOE 

PLEDGER REMOVED OVER 'DIFFERENCES' 

NOMINATION DRAWS CLAIM OF CONFLICT 

CITY SELLS ABANDONED STREET 

GRIFFIN WARNS OF POLITICKING 

NINE CETa OFFICIALS MAY LOSE JOBS 

PANEL ENDORStS CITY MANAGER'S CUTS IN CETA 

COMMITTEE APPROVES CUTS 

CITY CONSIDERS NEW COMPUTER 

COMMITTEE VOTES TO TRADE IN OL CIIY COMPUTER 

COUNCILMEN QUERY NEED FOR NEW COMPUTER SYSTEM 

LOGICAL UPDATING 

GUIDELINES ON CITY SUITS TO BF STUDIED 

COMMITTEE DELAYS CHANCING FEES 

KIM griffin: 'OOST SIZE OF SECTION 8 COMPLEXES 

LOW-COST HOUSING NOW SCARCE 



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C 


P 


N 


W36 






s 


2 


9/08/81 


C 




N 


U57 






H 


2 


9/09/81 


3 




N 








H 


2 


9/2S/81 


A 




N 


S51 






H 


2 


9/30/81 


B 




N 


S51 




DELAY OF ANNEXATION VOTE 


s 


2 


9/30/81 


A 


P 


N 


K90 




POON TO C ITY 


s 


2 


10/01/81 


C 




N 


K90 




ING CONVERSIONS 


s 


2 


10/02/81 


c 




N 


K90 




CITY'S TAX BASE 


s 


2 


10/03/81 


A 




N 


K90 




Y GIVE VIEWS ON ISSUES 


H 


2 


O/O'./Rl 


A 


p 


N 






IVERSE ICARTOONI 
LECTION 


H 

s 


2 
2 


O/OS/81 
0/05/81 


A < 
A 


r 


T 
N 


R56 
K90 




s 


2 


10/05/81 


c 


n 


N 






lELDS IN RACES 


H 


2 


10/06/81 


A 




N 


S51 




ELECTION 


s 


2 


10/06/81 


A 


p 


N 


K90 






H 


2 


10/07/81 


A 




N 


S51 




WATCHERS ON 'SLOW' DAY 


H 


2 


10/07/81 


B 


p 


N 


S36 




1 OPPONENT 


s 
s 


2 
2 


10/07/81 
10/07/81 


A 
A 




N 
E 


K90 






s 


2 


10/07/81 


C 


p 


P 


M66 






H 


2 


10/08/81 


B 




N 


S51 




N CITY ELECTION 


s 


2 


10/08/81 


A 




N 


K90 






s 


2 


10/08/81 


C 




N 








H 


2 


10/09/81 


A 


T 


T 


R56 






H 


2 


10/09/81 


B 




N 


S51 




IN '81 


H 


2 


10/10/81 


fl 




J 


S51 






H 


2 


10/10/81 


B 




N 






T IZ ENS 


H 




10/11/81 


A 




N 






IN PRIMARY RACE 


H 


2 


10/1<./81 


B 




N 


V05 




DEVELOPMENT 


H 


2 


lO/ll/Bl 


C 




N 


S51 




CITY Candidates 


s 


2 


10/1<./81 


C 




N 


K90 




OSTS 


H 


2 


10/15/81 


A 1 




N 








H 


2 


10/16/81 


A 




N 


S5l 




£5 


s 


2 


10/16/81 


C 




N 


K90 






s 


2 


10/16/81 


c 




N 






NLY VDF KNOWS FOR SURE 


H 

s 


2 

2 


10/17/81 
10/17/81 


B 

A 




N 
N 


S5l 




RSEMENT 


H 


2 


10/19/81 


B 




N 






BALLOTS 


s 


2 


10/20/81 


C 




N 


F30 




ARO I RACE 


H 




10/26/81 


a 




G 








s 




10/26/81 


C 




N 








H 


2 


10/27/81 


A 




N 






AflO 3 RACE 


H 


2 


10/27/81 


B 




G 








H 


2 


10/27/91 


B 




N 








s 


2 


10/27/81 


A 1 




N 






ARO 5 RACE 


H 


2 


10/29/61 


a 




G 









H 


2 


10/28/81 


a 




N 


S5I 




R FOR YPUR CONSIDERATION. . . 


H 


2 


10/29/81 


C 1 




A 






NOIDATES 


s 


2 


10/28/91 


C 




G 


K90 




PORTANT 


H 


2 


lD/29/81 


A 




E 






T-LARGE RACE 


H 


2 


10/29/81 


B 




G 






BUT IN DIFFERENT OFFICE BUILDING 


H 


2 


10/29/81 


B 




N 


S51 




s 


S 


2 


10/29/81 


c 




N 


K90 




Q 


s 


2 


10/29/81 


c 








K90 




DRUM 


H 


2 


10/30/81 


3 


p 


N 


S5l 




ST BE PROVIDED 


s 


2 


10/30/81 


c 




G 


K90 




NOT FORWARD 


5 


2 


10/30/81 


c 




N 


<90 




ES IN <> RACES 


H 


2 


10/31/81 


a 




N 


S51 






S 


2 


10/31/81 


A 




G 


K90 






s 


2 


10/31/81 


A 




N 






R DURHAM'S CAMPAIGNS 


H 


2 


11/01/81 


A 





N 


S51 




TS 


H 


2 


11/31/81 


C 




N 






THE ISSUES 


H 


■> 


11/01/91 


D 


p 


F 






E TOMORROW 


5 


2 


11/02/91 


A 




N 


K90 






S 


2 


11/02/81 


A 




L 






Y COUNC IL A NEW LOOK 


H 


2 


11/03/81 


A 




N 


S51 




TURNOUT AT POLLS 


s 


2 


11/03/81 


A 





N 


XI2 




ITY COUNCIL 


H 


2 


U/0<,/81 


A 


P 


N 


G53 




OR RESULTS: BREAKDOWN BY PRECINCTS 


H 


2 


U/Oi/BI 


A 


s c 


N 






VOTERS REVERSE FIELD 


H 


2 


U/O'./SI 


a 




J 


S51 




COUNCIL RACES 


s 


2 


ll/Oii/Bl 


A 


p 


N 


K90 




ET CAMPAIGN 


s 


2 


ll/0<./81 


A 




E 






ING BY PRECINCT 


s 


2 


U/04/81 


A 


c 


N 






ONIOUS START 


s 


2 


U/04/81 


C 


p 


J 


K90 




CITY'S LEADERSHIP 


H 


2 


U/05/81 


A 




E 






ON RESULTS 


s 


2 


11/05/81 


c 




N 






LECTIONS 


s 


2 


U/06/91 


c 




F 


K90 




TO COUNC IL 


s 


2 


11/07/81 


A 


' 


L 






Y OFFICIALS 


s 


2 


11/09/81 


c 




N 


K90 






H 


2 


11/13/81 


A 




L 







H 2 


5/08/81 


B 


N 


S 2 


5/08/81 


A 1 


1 N OS*. 


H 2 


5/22/81 


C ( 


N W36 


H 2 


5/22/81 


C 


3 N 


S 2 


5/22/91 


C 


N 054 


S 2 


5/25/81 


c 


N 054 




5/26/91 


fl 


N 054 


5 2 


5/26/91 


s 


N 054 


H 2 


5/27/81 


c 


N W36 


S 2 


5/27/91 


c 


N 054 


H 2 


5/23/81 


s 


N W36 


S 2 


5/28/91 


A I 


' N 054 


S 2 


5/28/81 


c 


N 054 


S 2 


6/01/91 


A 


N 


H 2 


6/0<./91 


A 2 


, N W36 


H 2 


6/05/81 


A 1 


N W36 


S 2 


6/05/81 


C 


N 054 


S 2 


6/08/91 


A 


J N 


S 2 


6/1 9/81 


A 


N 054 


S 2