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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 



CR071.5 
D96i 
May-Dec. 
1981 



I 



UNIVERSITY OF N C AT CHAPEL HILL 




00040646248 

FOR USE ONLY IN 

THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 





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An index to: 



Hurljutn illorning llcralb 
THE DURHAM SUN 




Name Index 

May - December 

1981 



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



aac___ 



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.) 



/ 



Key To Symbols Used in IND-EX 



NP (Newspapers) 

H DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
S THE DURHAM SUN 



ED (Edition) 

1 Isted. (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 

MMap 

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, HAROLD / '^^ I 

M68 MOORE, MALVIN k\,^^ 

M71 MORRIS, RON /VO-Hrie 

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 

S56 SMITH, DEBBIE 

S66 SMITH, R. C. 

871 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, MENA 

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 

Xll 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 



'm 



Regular Columns and Features 



Feature 



ABBY 

AFTER HOURS 

AFTER THE DEADLINE ( HARRY HOLLINGS 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 (WY ATT 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 $AVER (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 

iii 



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TUES.,THURS.,SAT. r 


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I N E X 
I2/31/H1 



»ACt 1 

1/11/S2 



4ACu^. Hftf.K 

rlAMMgO IN • AT HANK 

ALL-STAB PINAL: NORTm 9-S3UTM 3 

AAAON STILL LFAflNIwr, TO CGPf: 

OURHA- IS'i'T PAal OF CALLAGHt»'S PLANS FOR 'SZ 

bSAVES FIRE LiIRTr AL GALLAGHE" 

•coRNEREu' Gallagher loses jon 

BEAUCHAVP lu-^NS DOWN nuLLS POST 

AB&GTTt R. MAX 

ISI YFAR HARJ FOR SYMPHONY PRFSIJENT 

SYHPni1«Y'S LEASERS FEEL OPTIMISTIC AijOUT FINANCES 

SYMPnONY CuTS SFVEN POSITIONS 

FUNO-PAlSER FIREO 

N.C. SYMPHONY PRESIOtNT RESIGNS 



ABOULLAH. AMEcN KAPEFM 

FOUR MEN Charged in ceatm 



OF Charlotte police officer 



A6EL. JOANNE , ,,, 

LidRAiY ON 'JhFELS: WEH VAN PtPFOrtMS OLD SERVICE 

AfcELSQ'J. PHILIP H, jR ■ 

STYRON WILL ADDRESS DURE ' S GRADUATION 

ABERNAThY, evERETTF 

POLICE Investigate theft 



ABER'iaThY, JAMES 
obituary: J. 



ABERNEThYi ALICE 

OBITUARY: MRS. 



ABERNATHY 

ALICE ABEKNEThY 

ABERSOLD. SPENCER 

i CHILDREN DIE IN TRAILER FIRE 

ABLES, E00I6 LEE IHIGH PTINTI 
MOTEL OPERATOR CHARGED 

ABRAM, ADAM 

BOARD DEVALUES 3 PROPERTIES 

TAX VALUES LQWEREtl ON PROPERTY 

DEVELOPER SHIFTS TO CONDO PLAN FUR WAREHOUSE 

WAREHOUSE CONGO 

SALES GOING »ELL 

2ND HISTORIC AREA PLANNED 

OUkHAM may GET ?M HISTORIC SITE 

vENEkablE aPARIMENI house going CONDO 

CITY HAS MO LAt,S ON CONVERSIONS 

ROGERS: CONVERSION IS ISSUE THAT MUST BE FACED 

CQNDCMINIUM COVERAGE GETS CRITICISM 

WAREHOUSE CONOCMINIUMS COULD GET START IN JANUARY 

AcKAMi, JCHN 

shtpiff prosing injuries 

jailer says rif hit inmate during scuffle 

Sheriff ppo?ing alleged incident involving jailer 

jailer probe continues 

durham jailer quits in wake of probe 

sheriff probing jailer 

absalom, worthy carver jr. 

obituary: w. C. ABSALOM JR. 

ACOH!>. GAIL 

CURING WHAT aIlS you 

^ DUKE inter-varsity: CONVINCING ARGUMENT FOR GOD 

ACAIR, DEBORAH 

CRDHO GATHERS TO SEE SOAP STARS 

ASSEMBLY PANEL APPROVES WELFARE FORMULA CHANGE 
BRIEF SESSION PUIS POWER IN BACK ROOM 

ADAMS. ALLISON 

JALUVKA. ADAMS JOIN FAMILY SCENE 

AOAMS. ANNE H. OR. 

HA«AII SALUTES LATE DUKE PROFESSOR 
READING PROGRAM PRAISED 

ADAMS. ANTHONY FLOYD 

YOUTH HELD IN EGG ATTACK 

ADAMS. GRACE PHILLIPS 
OBITUARY 

ADAHSt JACK 

•I'LL GET IN SHAPE TOMORROW..." 
NUCLEAR ARMS DEBATE NEEDED 
REMEMBER HIROSHIMA 

ADAMS. JOHN HURST , „, .^„ 

NAACP PLANS TO HONOR GRADY DAVIS AT DINNER 
BISHOP CALLS FOR END TO MYTHS THAT PACIFY 

ADAMS. JOSEPH EDISON 

OBITUARY: JOSEPH E. ADAMS 

ADAMS. REGINALD ICHARlOTTEI 

TEEN CHARGED IN FIVE 9LA2ES 

ADAMS. RHONDA 

IT WASN'T LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT 



ROD ADAMS GETS AROUND AT ASSEMBLY 
FEDERAL MONEY TO HELP PAY RUNWAY BILL 
MEMBERS SEEK COORDINATED EFFORT ON Runway 

""'"^BUSIN&'eUL NOT TO AFFECT DURHAM „,„,„, 
COUNTY FIXING BUSES FOR HANOICAPPtC RIDERS 
ROUTES WILL CHANGE TO SEAT SCHOOL EUS RIOERS 
DURHAM SCHOOL BUS WRECKS SURGE 
OFFICERS HURT IN SCUFFLE 

ADAMS. VICKIE IGASTONIAI 

TEACHER'S 'PET' SACK WITH PUPIL 

ADAMS - CULBERTSON, WENOA 



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2 

2 
2 
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7/07/Bl 
7/08/91 
7/0'>/Bl 

8/29/ni 

U/02/8I 
II/03/el 

u/is/ai 


B 
D 

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A 
9 
B 


3 
1 
I 
1 
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M71 
M7I 
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M71 


S 
H 
H 
S 
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2 
2 
2 

2 
2 


5/06/S1 
6/04/81 
7/U/RI 
7/16/ei 
8/25/91 


C 
A 
A 

c 

A 


2<. 
17 
12 
10 
11 


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N 
N 
N 
N 
N 





H 2 12/25/81 A 1 N 
H 2 10/13/81 a 1 P F BBl 

S 2 5/0<./8l C 1 N 

3 N 

All 

H 2 5/22/ai C 10 D 

S 2 5/06/81 A 2". N 

H 2 U/27/81 C 8 N 



S 2 a/01/81 
H 2 5/13/81 



K 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 

K 2 

S 2 

S 2 



5/19/91 
5/20/91 
5/29/81 
5/28/81 
5/29/ai 
6/03/91 
6/J<t/ei 
9/09/81 
9/09/81 
9/10/81 
, _ 10/26/81 
S 2 12/lI/ni 



C 13 
A 1 
B 1 
A 12 
B 1 
A 5 
6 I 
C 1 
C 1 
A 4 
A 1 



N 
N 

N M09 
D N 
N 

N M09 
M 

N F78 
N 593 
N S93 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



5/26/91 
5/27/BI 
6/01/81 
6/0I/9I 
6/0<./81 
6/04/91 



b 1 

A 1 1 

E I 

C I 

B 1 

C 1 



H 2 5/31/81 

S 2 9/30/81 B 

H 2 9/19/81 A 

S 2 10/22/61 

H 2 10/08/81 B 
H 2 U/01/91 D 

S 2 10/05/91 B 



H 2 5/Da/ei 
S 2 5/08/ai 



H 2 6/09/81 A 



A iZ 

B 2 



N A54 

N 

N A54 

N 



U C09 

F A20 

P F A15 

N 
P F G53 

P N 



H 2 9/26/91 



K 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



6/29/81 
8/10/81 
8/20/91 



7/l2/ai 

a/30/ai 



F A20 
L 
L 



P N 

N A54 



H 2 6/08/91 B a 
H 2 U/19/ai C 15 
H 2 10/04/81 6 2 



5 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



t/10/91 
7/D2/81 
8/05/81 
9/05/81 



A 11 
C 1 
C 1 



S 2 5/04/91 

S 2 7/15/91 

5 2 e/l2/ai 

S 2 10/09/91 

S 2 12/21/91 




N 
P F H45 



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N H60 
N S33 



N 00 9 

P N 008 

N OOB 

N 008 



H 2 6/10/81 A 1 P F 



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riu«L INDEX BY 

>/'0l/81 - 12/31/91 



N A H E S 



SCrtODLS' IMAGE SEEN AS HARMFUL 

''^'^'^'■JoCOcl<''fOUNo'cU"P6TENr TO STANU [BIAL 

AOCOCK 10 STaWO rOlAL IN OEATH riH nIs KIFE 
AOCOC" OULEO llt.flT 
AOCOCK DRDEScO CDMMITTEO 

"'-'"•Jnc5ci'^F0UN0''CD"PEIENr TO STAND TRIAL 

AOCOCK TO STAHO TRIAL IN DEATH DF HIS UlFE 

'"' '^ 'i-Df Sa'fINOS TMfRE'S LIFE AFTER FOOTBALL 

aOCISCN. OWIGhT EOwaRD 

PAN CMAfiOEO «ITH LARCENY 

AODISON. GERALOINc 

^OMAS IN WRECK HOSPITALIZED 

POLICE Charge ian after accident 

"""8hIl-??AH t.i,"-r,ll\Hh\i', FOR TV 

*°'-^'':ctA"JoiSjY"?'-S?'HipHnNICA HON.T FORGET GEK5HWIN TUNE 
HAH-UMCA PLAYERS JOINS N.C. SYMPHONY TONIGHT 
HE KNO-S HIS GERSHI.I;* NOW 

ADLERt RICHAPD INEJ YQOk CITY) 

if^C ilCF°P»ESIOENT*lii«"K GF DANGER OF INFLE.IPRIIY 
JNC OFFICIAL SAYS N£- CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS VINOICiIVt 

AGCA* MtHMET ALI 

JUSTICE FOR PnPE'S ASSAILANT 

"'"'pML'ip''»GFE D^COMES SECOND-CLASS CITIZEN 
AC-EC DESERVES FATE 

AGNEW. SPIBO 

THE SENATE'S POLE 

AICHER. JOSEPH R. JR. DPv,,..„c .t .rr.. 
AICHER TO GIVE LAU LECTURE AT NCCU 
AIChEP: judges picked BY POLITICS 

""''"'BeACH'Bi}MANCE: This UNE led TO MARRIAGE 

AIKENt jrM"Y D. 

obituary: jImhy 0. AIKEN 

AIKEN, b. M. (SOUGFMONTI ,^,rr 

DAVID STOCKMAN AND JELLY BEAN POLITICS 

AITkEN. p. WESLEY RcV. 

durhaf' minister, firm hin awards 
receive awards 

"'at'uo, he's still spreading word 

akEkS, u. SOGER 

CONTROLLER IS NAMED AT HOSPITAL 

alEERTSO^. JACK 

ALBERTSON ENJOYS ALL POLES 

ALBRINK, FRED 

PREACHERS RAN NixON FROM HOUSE 

AL9R1TT0N, RACHEL 

ESCAPEE IS CAUGHT IN DEAD WOMAN'S CAR 

"■'■'^ 'a. AMANCE ABORTIONS ISSUE REMAINS UNRESOLVED 

ALAMANCE COUNTY ADOPTS REORGANIZATION 

ALAMANCE SEEKS TALKS ON ECONOMIC PROjRAK 

ALAMANCE TAX LIEN SALES TO BE STUDIED 

ALDEBMAN, FESTUS CARL 
OBITUARY 

ALDERMAN, KEN 

FiRFOUR, ALDERMAN MEET FOR CROWN 

ALDRIOGE. ALLEN 

BETTER DURHAM MOUSING SALES FORECAST 
DURHAM REAL ESTATE WORKERS HAY DECLINE 

ALDRIDGEt FkEEMAN L. II 

NCCU PICKS FINE COACHES 
BARBEE DESERVES HONOR 

ALDRIOGE. KEITH 

JOCCA DIRECTOR IS DISMISSED 
GROUP FIRES DIRECTOR 

ALEXANDER, ALLEN YOUNG JR. 
OBITUARY 

ALEXANDER* HAZEL 

MAN SENTENCED IN 1978 SLAYING 

ALEXANDER, IRVING 

NIXON LIdRABY FOES SPARK FACULTY MEET 

ALEXANDER, LEI AND ANNE 

GROCERY OFFERS NATURAL ALTERNATIVES 

ALEXANDER, MARC L, ICHAPEL HlLLl 
VAN'S CONTENTS DRAW ARREST 
THREE IN VAN ARE CHARGED 

ALFO'D, DALLAS ISENATORI 

PANEL SCHEDULES VOTE ON RED I STR ICT ING PLANS 

REOISTRICTTNG: UNWANTED DURHAM COUNTY FOCAL POINT IN ASSEMBLY 

ALFuBD, PAUL 

Durham CmRISTMaSlS were ROwOY in YESTERYEARS 

ALFJRO. STEVE liPJSDWAYI 

aRQAOWAY MAYOR CHALLENGED 



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H 2 

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9/24/91 A 9 H 

10/20/91 A 3 N 

lO/20/ai 8 5 N 



9/2<./9l A 17 
9/2'i/81 A 9 



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9/01/ai All N 

6/0<./8i D 2 P F F57 

9/06/81 A 1 P F G53 

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12/2<./61 £ 1 



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N H60 

N H60 

N H60 



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7/12/Sl B 7 P N 



11/26/81 A 1 
11/26/81 C 1 



a/15/81 A A 
9/19/Bl A A 



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N 533 



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12/25/81 3 I U L57 
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monthlt/* 



INDEX 



NAMES 



C PC L P RYL 



iLI. MDHAMMAO 

*LI DONATES K.uO.000 TO ATLANTA PUNO 
ACE DEFEATS THE lmamp 

ALLEN, ANGENS MILL 

iOG ATTACKS iOTHcO AFTER SHE FINOS HER SON DtAO 

ALLEN, ANNIE SVAES 
uBI TUARY 

ALLcNt ANTHONY 

MAN SNATCHES PURSE 

ALLEN, DnCTOR HUGH 
OeiTUASY 

allen. e. a. capt. 

fighting crime with sense 
trick-or-treat safely 

allen, emma penqer 

deaths and funerals 

allen, geopge 

kentucky fried coach 

allen, gordon 

former sen. allen of rqxboro looking at run for governor 

ROXaORO MAN MAY RUN 

ALLtN, HAYWOOD 

liai FATHERS OF THE YEAR 

ALLEN, HERMAN 'CV' 
Oil TUARY 

ALLEN, IRVING ELL IS 

IRVING E. ALLEN DIES AT AGE d'i 
03ITUARY: IRVING E. ALLEN 

ALLEN, ISAIAH 

JUDGE SAYS MAN'S JAIL TERM SIAN1S 

ALLEN, J. PRESTON 

THEY LISTEN Tr HIS HID-RIGGING STORY NOW 
AP REPORTS Er.ROR IN STORY ON J. P. ALLEN 
■WINDFALL PROFIT ON ROAD i<ORK REPORTED 
EX-OfFICIAL DENIES DOING ESTIMATES 

ALLEN, JAMFS (AjHEVILLEI 

aShEVILLE POLICE PROBING CHARGE 

ALLEN, JAMES RICHARD 

Three FACE DRUG CHARGES FOLLOWING PSO CRACKDOWN 

ALLEN, JAMES WILLIAM 

CEOAR GROVE MAN DIES IN HOUSE FIRE 

ALLEN, JERRY 

STRIPED fiASS SOCIETY HEAD WORKING FOR CONSERVATION 

ALLEN, LAURA 6. 

SUSPECT'S aONO LOWERED 

BOND LOWERED FOR MAN ACCUSED OF SEXUAL ASSAULT 

ALLEN, lOuIS C. jr. 

BURLINGTON LAWYER GETS POST 

ALLEN, NOEL L. (BALEIGHI 

ALLEN MAY SEEK LEADERSHIP OF DEMOCRATS 

ALLEN, CTMA lee 

DOG ATTACKS MOTHER AFTER SHE FINOS HER SON DEAD 

ALLEN, PEARL TAYLOR 
OBI TUARY 

ALLEN, PHILIP W. lYANCFYVILLE I 

REIDSVIILE MAN IS NAMED TO DISTRICT 1 7A JUDGESHIP 

ALLEN, R. D. 

EDWARDS REVIEWING COMPLAINT INVOLVING COUNTY ABC OFFICER 
NAACP IN DURHAM FILES COMPLAINTS AGAINST ABC OFFICER 
OA HOLDING REPORT ON ALLEGED ASSAULT 

ALLEN, RANDY 

TWO SAY WITNESS CHANGING STORY 
PAIR DENIED NEW TRIAL IN SLAVING 

ALLEN, RAYMOND ANDERSON 

FIGHTING FOR BREaTk: INFANT FOUND HELP IN DUKE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT 

ALLEN, RICHARO R. ■•BOB'=*Y'' 

TWO MOKE PAVERS INDICTED IN PRUBE 

FIRM SAID NOT BEING PROPED 

ALLEN PLEADS GUILTY TO BID-RIGGING CHARGE 

ALLEN SENTENCED IN BID-RIGGING CASE 

ALLEN, RICHARD V. IREAGAN ADVISERI 

Jl??rf°'^°?'0 JOURNALISTIC PRACTICES IN JAPAN ICARTOONI 
GERGEN: W6 HAVE PAID PRICE ON ALLEN SNAFU 
CLIPPED COMMENTS 

ALLEN, RDflfRT OUNN 
OBITUARY 

ALIEN, SCOTT LYLES IWENDELLI 

J RALEIGH EMPLOYEES ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 
FIVE CHARGED IN DRUG PROBE 

ALLEN, VERNON JR. 
OBITUARY 

"''VEi'^pJ^pigJ^N^'lliltiR?!!*"'-' ■" °"''"'"' "*" ■""■ "'•'• 
SHERIfF PflOfllNO ALIEGEO INCIDENT INVOLVING JAILER 
DURHAM JAILER QUITS IN WAKE OF PkOBE 
OPINION DIVIDES UN GoN CONTROL 
SMcRlFF PROBING JAILER 
D.A. TO SEEK JAIL ASSAULT INDICTMENTS 
cCwAHDS TO ASK INDICTMENTS 

S.C. MOTORIST MAKFS A MIT WITH HIGH SHERIFF 
DURHAM SHERIFF PROBING JAIL 
DURHAM KEEPS CUMPIETE PISTOL RECORDS 



H 2 5/10/91 A 2 

H 2 12/16/91 A «, 

S 2 n/30/81 C 1 

H 2 3/06/81 A 11 

S 2 8/31/81 A 8 

H 2 U/lO/81 a 5 



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S 2 


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10/29/81 


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H 2 6/22/81 A IPO 

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N B51 

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S 2 9/01/1)1 a 1 N 

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H 2 11/15/81 B 12 P F W60 



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S 2 11/30/81 C 1 
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H 2 U/26/81 A 20 

S 2 12/01/81 A 1 

H 2 12/02/81 A 15 





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H 2 6/01/81 B 1 

h 2 6/04/81 a 1 

S 2 t/OA/81 A 1 

S 2 6/04/81 C 1 

K 2 6/20/81 8 1 

S 2 6/20/81 A 14 

H 2 6/25/81 a 1 

H 2 6/26/81 B 1 

S 2 7/21/ai A 1 



N 









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A54 


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MONTHLY/ 



N N U * L 



1 N D t « 

ii/31/ai 



GUNS 4RF Due \t<r MONTH 

PISTOLS DUE NfXT MONTH 

RIHC MAY BE STEILInG LAWNMQWERS 

SHERIff'S OEHT. TO PAY F0« Gu'i 

ALLEN SAYS DEPflflTMENT TD PAY MAN POP LOST GUN 

INMATES EAIL IN ESCAPE TRY 

JAILEi^S USE IMPPQPEO PRCCEOUHES 

fIVF JAIL INMATES CHARGED 

JUCQE LIGHTENS UP HER LECTUBES =SOM THE BENCH 

CPACKOQWN ON TRUANCY IN DURHAM ANNOUNCED 

AUTHORITIES SEEK TO CUT TRUANCY 

SHERIFF DELAYS GUN LOCH-UP EFFORT 

SOME OFFICERS REMOVING THEIR GUNS RELUCTANTLY 

ALLEN AIMS FOR OtC. I ON GuN LOCi^UP PLAN 

SHERIFF SAYS HE MILL SEEK RE-ELECTION 

\E« WEAPONS POLICY BEGINS ON DEC. 1 

LASSITER HITS NEW GUN PLAN 

OISAR-ING OFFICERS COULD BE A MISTAKE 

ALLEN POSTPONES NEW GUN RULES 

SHERIFF, CITY OFFICIALS TO TALK ABOUT DISARMING OFFICERS 

'LLEN. >. C. JR. (JACKSONVILLE. FLA.] 
H9.00Q SILVERWARE STOLEN 
STERLING SILVER GIFT STOLEN 

ALLEN, «ILLIAM ITEACHERI 
OBITUARY 



ALLEY, hILLIAM EOwARI 

SENTENCES GIVEN IN ROBBERY 

ALLGOOO, JERRY WAYNE I B ASKERVI LLE I 

SECRET SERVICE SAYS MAN WANTED FOR THREATENING PRESIDENT 

ALLISON, BCBBY 

ALLISON FAMILY CONCERNED 
ALLISON, EARNHARDT MAKE FIELD 

ALLISON, CONNIE 

ALLISON FAMILY CCNCERNEO 
ALLISON STILL 'UNSATISFACTORY' 

ALLISON, F. V. "PETt", JR. 

SCL DIRECTORS SAY OUTLOOK GOOD 

ALLISON LEADS ANNUAL SALVATION ARMY DRIVE 

ALLISuN, JIHMY 

TROOPER CUT oUkING SCUFFLE 

ALL I SON, LA VONI A 

SLACK CAUCUS BACKS HUNT'S ROAD PROGRAM 

HEALTH Career program geis federal grant 

SERVICE WILL HONOR ALLISON. OTHER CITIZENS 
SLACK GROUPS STEPPING UP POLITICAL EFFORT 

ALLISON, STELLA I H I LL SBOROUCH 1 
obituary: STELLA ALLISON 

ALLMAN, SCHUYLER ICARYI 

RETIRED EDITOR FOR AP DIES IN HIS GARY HOME 

ALLRAN, AUSTIN IREP.l 

ENFORCE PRESENT LAW 

allRED, CARY ISENaTORI 

REPUBLICANS RAP RED I S TR I C T ING 

ALAM;.NCE cop "LANS REDISTRICTING CHALLENGE 

5S-''PH LAW DEFIES LOCK 

5S-MPH SPEED LIMIT SAVES LIVES »N0 FUEL 

REJECT DISTRICTS, ALIREO URGES U.S. 

ALSCP, IHOMAS ICHAP.LOTTEl 

FORMER JAYCEES' TRIAL MOVED 

ALSYCN. CLIFTON ILOUISBURGI 

FOUR PEOPLE KILLED AS FIRE SwEtPS LOuISBuflU HOME 



ALSTON, GEFALOINF ELLIS 
081 TUA'-.Y 



ALSTON, HOUARD LE 
TWu MEN CHAR 
Two HEL- IN 
Two MEN CHAR 
TWO MEN ARE 
GROUP CRITIC 
MURDER TRIAL 
VENUE CHANGE 
MORE POTENTI 
JUhPRS are 5 
WOMAN SAYS 5 
SHERIFF TEST 
MA^: SAYS HE 
DEFENSE REST 
CLOSING ARGU 
FRANC.LIN JUP 
JURY FINDS A 
ALSTON GETS 
OFFIC lALS SA 
CONVICTION C 



E IHENOERSON 
CEO IN FRANK 
FRArjKLIN SLA 
GEO IN FOSTE 
INOICTtO IN 
WES FRAI.KLI 
COULD COME 
DENIED IN F 
AL JURORS CA 
ELECTED FOR 

MEN LEFT SL 
IFIES FOSTER 
.AS'I'T AT SC 
S CASE IN TR 
MENTS PRESEN 
ORS 0ELI6ERA 
LSTON GUILTY 
LIFE SENTENC 
Y REWARD HAS 
ALLEO UNJUST 



I 

LIN SLAYINGS 

YINGS 

R MURDER 

FPaNKLIN SLAYINGS 

N ARRESTS 

IN AUGUST 

RANKLIN MURDER TRIAL 

LLEO IN FRANKLIN TRIAL 

TRIAL IN FRANKLIN 

AYINGS SCENE 

COMPLAINED OF DRUGS 
ENE OF SLAY INGS 
lAL OF ALSTON 
TED IN TRIAL 
TING MURDER CASE 

IN SLAYINGS 
E FOR MURDER 

NOT BEEN PAID 



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H 2 5/26/81 B ■. N 

S 2 5/27/81 A N 



S 2 6/13/81 A 1 N 

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ALSTON, JOHNNY OLIVER 

DURHAM LIFEGUARD FACES CHARGES 
MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO ASSAULT 
PLEADS GuIlTy to assault 
LIFEGUARD GIVEN PROBATION 
LIFEGUARD ON PROBATION 

ALSTON, JOSEPH L. 

ouKE PICKS Supplies supervisor 

ALSTON GETS DUKE JOB 

ALSTON, MARGIE ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

ALSTON, PEARL CHEEK 

FORMER JOCCA CLERK INDICTED 
FOR''£R JOCCA CLERK IS SENTENCED 

ALSTON, ROSCOe 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 2 
S 2 



7/10/8 1 A 11 

8/01/ai A 5 

a/oi/ai A 3 

a/26/81 A 3 

a/26/81 A, 10 



a/03/81 8 
a/03/31 A 



H 2 9/29/81 A 10 



7/02/81 B 1 
7/1A/3I 8 I 



NAMES 



HUNTMLY/ANNUAL 



J61TUARY: KOSCOE ALSTON 

ALSTON. fluY IwAHRcNTOM 

TEACHER IS CHABOtO IN SLAVING 

ALSTON, "ufuS RICARDQ JR. IPITTSBOKOI 

dlTSoaRO MAN DIES AFTER CAR HITS TREE 
SESWICES HELD FDR hRECK VICTIM 

ALSTON, TYRONE STEWART 

Tv,0 DURHAM MEN ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 
2 MEN HELD IM ORuC RAID 

ALSTON, u. INGRAM 

AFFIRMATIVE aCTICN EDITORIAL APPALLING 

ALTSHULLER. a. PAUL OR. 

ALTShULLER gets EPA AWARD 

ALVARADO, JAY S. (5TATEN ISLAND. N.Y.I 

HEAD-ON COLLISION KILLS 3, INJURES 3 

THREE KILLED, THREE INJURED IN CRASH AT REDWOOD ROAD 

ALVAREZ, CHARLES A. IRALEIGHI 

THREE CHARGED IN CAR BURNING 

ALYSHORTH, ARTHUR OR. 

GENETIC COUNSELING HELPS PARENTS UNDERSTAND RISKS 

AMAYA, MICHELLE I. 

FAMILY STABILITY ASSURES STRENGTH 
7 FROM AREA ARE MOREHEAO FINALISTS 

AMBUKN. L. F. "LUKE" III 

PUBLISHER'S SON DIES IN FIRE 

AMEY. MILDRED WELLMON 
OBITUARY 

AMEY. WILLIAM ANDERSON SR . 

W. A. AMEY, FUNERAL HOME FOUNDER, DIES 



FIRM LAYS OFF 70 EMPLOYEES 
MICA PLANS NEW HUME 

AMICO, RICHARD EDMOND (HENDERSON CO.) 

CO-OEFENGANT TESTIFIES IN SHOOTING TRIAL 

MAN CHANGES PLEA TO GUILTY IN H6N06R SON V 1 LL E SLAYING 

AMDS. LAWRENCE 

A»OS LOW VOLTAGE TO CHARGERS 

ANCHORS. J. MICHAEL 

WEAPONS FOR PETRODOLLARS 

ANGERS. DIXIE (LINCOLN CO.) 

MAN JAILED FOLLOWING SHOOTOUT 

ANC1:RS0N. ANGELA FAYF 

TEEN-AGED GIRLS ARRESTED 

ANDERSON. EETm 

BASEBALL TALKS NOTHING PUT TALK 
NETS RECEIVE GOOD NEWS ON GMINSKl 
INIERCLUb CHAMP IS SARAH MOORE 

ANDERSON, CARL 

GO-AHEAD GIVEN NIXON LIBRARY: DUKE TRUSTEES UNIT SUPPORTS PROPOSAL «-? 

ANDERSON, CHIP 

ANDERSON SPECIALIZES IN BLOCKED PUNTS 
MCINTOSH, ANDERSON NEED NO HYPE 

ANDERSON, EDDIE 

ANDERSON WORKS FQR GOOD POSITION 

ANDERSON, GERALD L. 

LEGISLATIVE BLINDERS 

ANDERSriN, JACK 

BREEDER REACTORS SAFE, KEY TO FUTURE 
TObACCJ REMARKS CRITICIZED 
HUNT CRITICIZES COLUMNIST 

ANDERSON, JEAN S. 

FAIRNTOSH PLANTATION NOT BUILT UNTIL IBIO 

ANDERSON, JOHN J. B. DR. 

YOUNGSTERS NAY BE IN PERIL 

ANDERSON, JUSEPH I W I NSTON-SAL EM 1 

THIRD PERSON IS CHARGED IN SLAYING 

ANDERSON, ROfERT 

SYMPHONY REACHES CONTRACT SETTLEMENT 

AUTHORITIES IN N.C. CITE DIFFICULTIES IN HANDLING MIGRANT LABOR CASES 

SLAVERY SUSPECT ARRESTED 

ANDERSON. TODD 

ANOERSON'S PLAY HIGHLIGHTS FROSH IN DUKE SCRIMMAGE 

ANDERSON. W. mOlT 

ANDERSON JOINS CENTER 

ANDERSON, WALTER (EURLINGTONI 

NO PROSECUTION SLATED ON POLITICAL AD 

ANDERTON, LAURA DR. (GREENSBORO) 

CANCER RESEARCHER HAS EXPERIMENTAL FREEDOM 

ANDREWS, ALLYE WHITE 

OBITUARY: ALLYE WHITE ANDREWS 

ANDREWS, BERTA LLOYD 
OBITUARY 

ANDREWS, IKE 

ANDREWS CRITICIZED ON VOTE 

GROUP WRITES ANDREWS 

MOVING Durham to 2N0 district GAINS SUPPORT 

REDISTRICTING VOTE MIGHT BE TAKEN TOMORROW 

SENATE BLURS PANcL'S VISION OF DURHAM IN 2 

ANDREWS ANSWERS CRITICS IN DURHAM 

CONGRESSMAN OPPOSES PLAN FOR 6TH DISTRICT 



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9/15/81 
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3/23/81 
11/19/31 
9/C8/81 
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10/19/81 
6/15/31 
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5/09/81 
5/15/81 
5/25/81 
6/02/31 
6/J«/31 
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12/ Ji/ai 



NAMES 



CHMKITTEc RFSTOi'ES FUNDS 

■THEVRE COINC; TO tET ME i • 

AND«£HS fluMTS '<OVE SV ASO 

ANOBEWS. FOUNTAIN RECEIVE Him CALLS 



SAIO THE OREEK; SO TH£» DID 




SPORISHEN K3AST 'AThlEIF WHO NEVER WAS* 

UNITED HAY Called more important because of cuts 

CUTS MACNIFY NEED FOR SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGN 

FEDS GIVE UP ON MOVING RESEARCH OFFICE DOWNTOWN 

ANDREWS CITES 1 OSS 



EFFORTS AT PEACE 



ANUM tWi t I I t :> LNib 

mELMS. hunt praise SADAT FOR HIS EFFORTS AT 

•»i FIELD NARROWING DOwN TO FIVE CANDIDATES 

6ILL'S PasSAuE pleases REP. ANDREWS 

POLL EYES SUPPORT IN RACE FOR "iTH SEAT 

TEACHERS 'FLlINK' 7 N.C. CONGRESSMEN 

ANDREWS. JAMES DAVID 
OBI TUARY 

ANDREWS. JESSE DOCK 

dURLIN&TON MAN SHOT TO OEaTH 
OBITUARY 

ANDREWS. JOMNNY IVAN 

■STING" VERDICT UPHELD 
COURT UPHOLDS CONVICTION 

ANDREWS. LILLIAN COBS 

obituary: MRS. LILLIAN ANDREWS 

ANDREWS* MARK 

aSca OuIET NcAR uURHAM nightspot after 2 HURT IN RIOT 
RIOTERS THROW ROCKS. BOTTLES; INJURE 6 

ANDREWS. MAXENE 

MAXENC MAKES The good 1 1 MS S NOW 

ANDREWS SISTER SHINES LIKE IT WAS YESTERDAY 

ANDREWS. NELLIE HAITHCOCK 

BURLINGTON MAN SHOT TO DEATH 

ANDRE.S, ZOLLIE ROBERT I H I L L S60RGUGHI 
OBITUARY 

ANGELJU. MAYA 

POET MAYA ANGELOU NAMED TO WAKE FOREST POST 

ANClIN. JESSE 

PskRISH STREET CALLED 'BLACK WALL STREET" 
ANGLIN HOPES FAMILY GROUP BECOMES REALITY 

ANGl In. PAUL INE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE; LIFE IN DURHAM 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE KAY THINGS ARE 

ANLTAN, WILLIAM G, G^. 

NIxCN LlaPAflY FOES SPARK FACULTY MEET 
DUKE NORTH IS BIG BUSINESS 
"THE CITY OF MEDICINE" 

ANLYiN. WILLIAM G. JO. 

ANLYAN TAKES POSITION IN VIRGINIA 

ANNIS. EDWARD OR. 

INFLATION. OVERABUNDANCE PROBLEMS FOR PHYSICIANS 

ANIMIS. DAVID M, 

THE SK lES ARE SAFE 

ANTHONY, GREGORY CURTIS 

CHARLOTTE MURDER TRIAL OPENS 

ANlhCriY. SUSAN B- 

MINI COMES TO ITS SENSES 

ANThCNY, TYRONE 

RAILIFF. ANTHONY GEAR UP TO FOLLOW BRYANT"S FOOTSTEPS 
CRUMr uNC NOT CR IPPLED 
ANTHONY MAKES MARK 

ANTQINEt GARY 

SOLDIER ACQUITTED IN DEATH 

ANTONEVITCH, RONALD 

2 KEN aOUNO OVER IN LITTLE RIVER CASE 

i BOUND OVER ON MURDER CHARGE'^ 

LITTLc river INDICTMENTS NAME FOUR 

JURY INDICTS 2 IN DEATH 

DEFENSE LAWYER DISMISSED IN LITTLE RIVER BEATING CASE 

RICMAtOSON LAWYER REMOVED FROM CASE 

WHY PEOPLE DQN"T WANT TO GET INVOLVED 

LA«YEe BACK ON LITTLE RIVER MUROER CASE 

ATTORNEY AGAIN TO DEFEND MAN CHARGED WITH MUROEP 

JUDGE MODIFIES SUBPOENA 

DEFENSE TO GET TV TRANSCRIPTS IN eSATING CASE 

OEFENOANT AGREES TO TESTIFY IN DEATH 

ATTORNEYS WANT TRIAL MOVED 

IMMUNITY GIVEN FOR TESTIMONY ON LITTLE RIVER 

POLL REVEALS SENTIMENT OVER LITTLE RIVER 

<.a PERCENT FEEL DEFENDANTS GUILTY 

THE SNOOPERS: PRIVACY SEEMS TO HAVE GONE OUT OF FASHION 

JUDGE W0N"T MOVE BEATING-DEATH TRIAL 

LITTLE RIVER TRIAL TO BE IN DURHAM 

SICHARDSON F;CES NEW CHARGES 

MAN FACING NEW CHARGE 

MURDER TRIAL DELAYED 1 WEEK 

LITTLE RIVER MURDER TRIAL POSTPONED 

JURY SELECTION BEGINS IN LITTLE RIVER TRIAL 

LITTLE RIVER TRIAL UNDER WAY 

JURY SELECTION COMPLETE IN SUNBATHER MUROER TRIAL 

Two ACCOUNTS HE LITTLE RIVER INCIDENT PRESENTED 

WITNESSES TELL OF ATTACK AT LITTLE RIVER 

FIVE WITNESSES IDENTIFY RICHARDSON AS ATIaCKER 

lESTIMONY CONTINUES IN LITTLE RIVER TRIAL 

RICHARDSON DENIES INSTIGATING ATTACK 

FINAL ARGUMENTS BEGIN 

DAY CALLED A "NIGHTMARE" 

ATTORNEYS ENU ARGUMENTS 

JURY STILL DELIBERATING IN LITTLE RIVER CASE 

JURY CCNVICTS IN LITTLE RIVER TRIAL: JUDGE TO SENTENCE RICHARDSON TODAY 

RICHARDSON GETS 25-y£AR-TO-LIFE SENTENCE 















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H 2 9/1A/81 B 5 



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5 2 


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H 2 9/03/81 A 16 
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S 2 11/07/81 A 1 F S33 
S 2 12/26/91 A 3 N Sa3 



H 2 5/19/91 B ITU 
H 2 5/21/91 h 1 U 



H 2 9/01/81 A 1 P N G53 
S 2 11/17/91 B 1 P N Sa3 
H 2 11/29/91 C 6 P F 



S 2 6/10/81 C 1 N 

S 2 6/18/81 C 1 N K90 



H 2 a/16/81 



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5/05/81 


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5/05/91 


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N U57 


H 2 


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S 2 


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S 2 


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10/06/a 


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S 2 


10/06/81 


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MONTHLV/A 



INDEX 

12/31/ni 



p«r.e 7 

l/U/82 



BICHABUSuN GETS i'i YEARS TO LlfE fUR FATAL BEAriNG 
QSSAnR fILES KCriQN TO SET ASIDF CONVICTION 

osqpping of conviction sought 

witness naheo by defendant in seating death 

ossahb files papers mIth court 

little river witness turns up 

witness su5p0fnaed for osbahr t^fasing 

OSBAmR CA.N'T RECALL TOUCING SUNBATHER 
GSbAHR IDENTIFIER UAVERS 
OSBAHR CASE ^AY DELAY UNTIL NOV. 2 
JUDGE DENIES nSBAHR HiTTION FOR ^Ew TRIAL 
JUDGE DENIES nS3AHR MOIION 

APPEN. LINDY 

HOMECOMING SMILE 

APPLE> BILLY 

CHASE GETS MAN SUSPENDED TERM 

APPLE. FRANCES E. 

GAS-TAX MONEY MISSPENT ON SIGNS 

"" '" DUKE PROFESSOR SAYS FINDING RIGHT LANGUAGE KEY TO HIS WORK 
SOLITUDE IS POET'S DEST FRIEND 
WRITfcRS" MORKShOP set 

APPLEWHITE, PRICE. LUDOINGTON WIN AWARDS 
DESERVED ACCOLADES 



EMPLOYMENT CHAIRMAN'S PICTURES GONE 

ESC PURCHASE CALLED MISTAKE 

NO SAFETY IN NUMBERS 

SCRAP IRONY 

HUNT FIRES EMPLOYMENT CHAIRMAN 

ESC TO RECYCLE PHOTOS 



ARCHER. RICHARD 

NOMINATION DRAWS CLAIM OF CONFLICT 

GRIFFIN WAkNS OF POLITICKING 

ARCHER WITHDRAWS BOARD APPLICATION 

ARCHER WITHDRAWS APPLICATION FOR BOARD 

PLEDGER, GRIFFIN ARGUE INCIDENT 

ATTORNEY SEES NO CONFLICT 

BUDGET CUTS THRFATEN OUR YOUNG 

SOUABBLIriG IS NO ANSWER 

YOUTH GROUP GETS GRANT 

U.S. BUDGET CUTS WILL HURT THE SOUTH 

GROUPS WANT TO KEEP SPECIAL CLASS SIZES SMALL 

CHILU GROUPS MEET TO OPPOSE CHANGES 

YEAGER URGES TABLING OF CLASS-SIZE PROPOSAL 

NO MAJOR CHANGE SEEN IN STATE POLICY ON CLASS SIZES 

CLASS SIZES RULE IS RETAINED 

EFFECTS OF TRUANCY IN DURHAM STUDIED 

DAY CARE COUNCIL PROVES ITS WORTH 

YOUTH PROJECT TO HAVE PILOT PROGRAM IN DURHAM COUNTY 

ClUESTIONING OF JUVENILES WORRIES SOME COUNSELORS 

ARCHIBALD, HELEN 

REFUGEES FROM CAMBODIA 

ARENOi, LOUIS BEHAN 
OBITUARY 

ARLEDGE, ROONE SR. 

ROONE ARLEDGE SR . DIES AT N.C. HOME 

ARMENTROUT, CARLTON I THOMAS VI LLE I 
CRASH VICTIMS ARE IDENTIFIED 

ARMITACE, VIRGINIA 

POLICE PROBE PURSE SNATCHING 

ARHLIN, LAURA BETH lEDGEWATEB. FLAI 
JAIL ESCAPEE STILL AT LARGE 

ARMSTRONG, SLSON 

PRESS BOX ELITE: SCOPEKEEPER. WRITERS AND AN ANNOUNCER 

ARMSTRONG, JAMES 

1981 FATHERS OF THE YEAR 



ARMSTRONG, TERRY 

THEIR RELATIONSHIP'S 



•DIVINE ACCIDENT' 



ARNcTT, SYLVIA 

NUCLEAR ARMS DEBATE NEEDED 

ARNOLD, AUSTIN 

TEEN-AGER ISSUED SHOPLIFTING CITATION 
OFFICER WRITES LARCENY CITATION 

ARNOLD, SILL 

FILM HUNTER SEES 



BRAINSTORM- BENEFITS 



ARNOLD, JAMES F. 

FEDERAL RESERVE POLICIES FUEL INFLATION 

ARNOLD, STEPHEN ( F A YETTE V I L LE 1 

2 GET PRISON TERMS FOR DRUG VIOLATIONS 

ARRAY, PAUL SANTOS IDEL RAY BEACH, FLORIOAI 

2 MOKE Charged in cocaine lab raid 

SYNTHETIC COCAINE LAB SAID SEIZED BY AGENTS 

AS8URY, LOUIS H. 

CHARLOTTE ARCHITECT FEATURED 

ASHLEY, Chick 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: BARBERSHOP DUET 

ASHLEY, ROBIE THEL3ERT (ROXBOROI 
obituary: P.OBIE T. ASHLEY 

ASKEW, REBECCA 

THIS BUS DRIVER WAS NO TEEN-AGER 

ASKEr, LINOA 

GARDEN EDITOR HAS ALWAYS LOVED PLANTS AND NATURE 

ASKIN, CHARLIE 



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S 2 11/30/81 A 



H 2 12/05/81 C 
H 2 10/08/81 A 
S 2 6/18/81 A 1 



H 2 5/03/ai A 10 N 
H 2 6/03/81 A 16 N 



H 2 12/04/81 D 3 N 

H 2 7/25/81 C 1 U 

H 2 5/02/91 8 3 

H 2 11/20/81 A 4 L 

H 2 11/08/81 9 P F G78 



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INDEX B» NAMES ''fOf , ,A 

i I T 

N f El'' 

P DATE C P& L l> nvL 

OBITUADY H ^ 12/08/81 B 8 

'^^""ta^SI" KELLY DANCED HAY TO FAME S 2 U/26/91 5 P U F25 

H 2 5/02/81 B 1 U 

AICHLEY, BILL L. ICLEN50N UNIV. PRESIOENTI , , , ^ , , ,,„,/«, i> <. p N 

CLcMiCN: AIRING SEPOKr IMPLIED ALLEGATIONS TK UE H 2 12/02/81 B <. P N 

ATKINS. ECHABO 1 H INS T ON-5 AL EM I ii/,7/o, r B N 

lAHHEEL PLANS JOURNEY TO PEARL HAB6TO. PAST H 2 11/27/81 C 8 N 

*"'"LA.YEp"fXPECTEO TO PRESS ACTION AGAINST UNC H 2 6/23/81 6 <. N 



ATKINSf JOANNE oISHGP 
OBITUARY 



H 2 12/18/81 C li 



ATK.'NS. JOHN L. Ill 14BCHITECT1 i./;<,/«l a 1 P N 

JOHN ATKINS TO HEAD DURHAM CHAMBER » | 5;|;;S r N sm 

CHAMBER SELECTS ATKINS S 2 8/26/81 CI N S83 

'"'"oBITuilY""'^ LAURENCE „ ^ 12/11/81 C 10 

""'"SIn^-Uh knife =0BS western union OFFICE H 2 S^fg/gl B 1 N 

ATKINS HELPS CAPTURE MAN S | ''^^f;§f i ) f 

SHE REFUSED TO 9E ROBBED " 2 8/31/Bl A ". t 

H 2 5/15/81 A ION B93 

ATKINSON. MIKE ^, , ./.q/oi a t m coi 

ATKINSON SAYS NO TO ALL-STARS " 2 U13<S! § 2 X 5" 

ATKINSON TO SKIP GAME | f i>S?/S! 5 i N CJ-! 

TEN FRESHMEN kOF TH HATCHING IN '81 5 2 <)/a2/81 B 1 N 1-25 

AIUATER, CLEVELAND LUTHER ICHAPEL HILLI ,„,.,,„.,, u , 1,/31,PI B 1 N 

7 CHARGED IN CHAPEL HILL WITH ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS H 2 11/21/81 8 1 N 

AIHATER, GEORGE HALIACE , <j/,4,bi R 5 

OBITUARY " 2 9/14/Bl B 5 u 

ATHATEB. JAMES "BUCK" ICHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 



H 2 8/20/81 A l<, 



ATUlTEB, VINCENT DEAN (CHAPEL HILLI ^ , „,-„.., . , ,„ 

FTLICE CHARGE TUO IN ACCIDENT S I 9/^9/31 B 1 N 

'^'"'^CPCl''maY AGRE'^ to SELL GENERATING CAPACITY H 2 0/17/81 C 3 N 

POWER AGENCY BAPS REPORT ON N-PLANT H ,: 8/06/81 C 13 N 

AUSTELL. MAYNARD IWINSTUN-SALEMI .,„,,., „ , „ 

ORPHANAGE OFFICIAL NAMED H 1 5/02/81 B I N 

AUSTIN. DAVID , „..«,„. . 

MEDIA ARE UNFAIR TO AIR CONTROLLERS H 2 9/18/61 A « L 

DOCTORS MAY HAVE FOUND WAY TO ERADICATE SPOTTED FEVER H 2 5/19/81 A I N 

ROMAN'S CLOTHES IGNITED BY STOVE H 2 7/06/81 B 3 N 

OBITUARY H 2 S/13/81 CI". 

AuSllN, JAMES ELBERT -,,,„,.., . 

OBITUARY H 2 12/06/81 C 6 

DURHAM HOUSING MARKET DIFFICULT S 2 9/l<-/8l A I N S83 

AUSTIN, JOHN THOMAS JR. I H I LL SBOROUGH I 

PTLICE HOLD MAN IN iSSAULT S 2 6/2^/81 C 1 N 

HEAL ESTATE MAN WOUNDED H 2 6/25/81 C 13 N 

BOYFRIEND TESTIFIES HE SHOT PREDECESSOR IN SELF-DEFENSE H 2 12/09/81 6 1 N 951 

MAN ACUUITTED IN ASSAULT CASE H 2 12/10/81 B I N B51 

AUSTIN. STEILA VIVIAN WALKER 

CAROLINA TIMES PRESIDENT DIES H 2 I0/e9/8l 6 1 

AUSTIN. THOKAS JR 

JURY ALOUITS MAN IN TRIAL FOR ASSAULT S 2 12/10/81 A 10 N 

AUVRY* ALFRED r INLAW 

OBITUARY H 2 10/13/81 A 8 G 

AVENT, TOM 

HUNT WAS REPORTEDLY TOLD OF BIO RIGGING H 2 6/C8/ai t 13 N 

AVERETT, GOLDIE M. 

EDITORIALS iIMELY, PkOVOCAIlvE H 2 12/15/81 A 5 L 

AVERY. JOHNNY 

FALCONS SHAKE SLUMP. DUMP TROJANS S 2 12/16/61 D I P N C09 

AVERY, TOL 

•PACK SHOWS OFF OFFENSIVE WEAPONS S 2 9/07/81 D 3 " U 018 

MISTAKES. TErFS take toll ON AVERY S 2 9/28/61 D « P U DIE 

AVERY BOUNCES BACK S 2 10/05/81 D 6 P U R66 

lYCoCK, Charles e. iforher n.c. governor) 

east, west differ H 2 10/29/81 C 5 N 

AYOELETTF, GEOFFREY IGREENSBOROI 

what more CCULD HE ASK FOR? H 2 9/06/FI A S P F 

MATCHMAKING HAKES MONEY FOR TAR HEEL S 2 9/16/61 C 9 N 

AYER5, CHARLES IWIN5T0N-SALEMI 

wINSTON-SALEM MAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE S 2 10/07/61 C 12 N 

/kYERS, G'OVEB MICHAEL IGALAX. VA.I 

TBUCK DRIVER DIES IN WRECK H 2 8/12/61 A 8 N 

IrSCUE. CHARLES N. JR. "BUSTER" 

MAN IS KILLED IN WRECK H 2 5/17/81 C I N 

ATSCUE, RAYMOND JR. ILOUISBURGI 

SELFISHNESS AMD ABORTION H 2 12/09/81 A <, I 

8ASC0X, L12 

IT WAS MEO SCHOOL MATCH H 2 5/10/81 E 2 P F H/,5 

BACON, CANNIE LEE I n I LL SBOBOUGH 1 



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monthly/«n 



N U » 

"i/'oi/ai 



I M D € X 



(>«r.f 9 



rtlLLSHU"UII;,H HAN KILLfO- IN CJLLlSIDN 

BADhAM, PAJtTCN 

COHXlSSIDNeRS OELAlf MINING PEOMir 

5AG8T, KILLIE (VIRGILINA. VIRGINIAI 
asHUAiv: UILI.IE 8AGBV 

BACGETT, BPENOA 

SANTA ADOS TO SPIRIT OF AUXILIARY'S SHOW 

BAGLEV. JEBRT 5AV1S 

DROPPING OF APPFAL CALLED OVERSIGHT 
LAWYER DEALT ONf-YEAR SUSPENSION 
MULLIGAN IS SUSPENDED 

9AGLEY. 5HITH H. IHASHlNGTONt O.C.I 

pa. firm refusing to pay fees of washington grouf founders 

Bahadur, uokcthea (sedaliai 
woman suing off icials 

bailey. andrew 

downright cakeless 



BAILEY. GENE IROXOOrOI 

ROXBORO YOUNGSTER DROWNS IN KERR LAKE 

BAILEY, JAMES H. "POU" 

CHATHAM MAN SUES OFFICIALS 

SOME N.C. JUDGES Short of RESEARCH MATERIALS 

JUDGE GRANTS Dairy a stay on milk commission order 

JUDGE REFUSES TO ENJOIN BOYCE 

JUDGE REFUSES INJUNCTION 

EDlToaS DIVIDED UN USING VICTIMS' NAMES 

JUDGE DELAYS LAW AFFECTING ROLLING PAPERS 

BAILEY. JIMMY (HILLSPORGUGHI 
SURBENOER TO POL ICE 
TWO HOLD BURLINGTON MAN CAPTIVE AT USED CAR LOT 

BAIlEY, OTHO M. "BOGIE" 
OBITUARY 



BAILEY. ROY JUNIOUS 

DURHAM MAN IS ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING J-YEAR-HLD 
POLICE CHARGE DURHAM MAN IN ASSAULT 
SUSPECT'S BONO LOWERED 
30N0 LOWERED FOR MAN ACCUSED OF SEXUAL ASSAULT 

BAILEY. TOM 

SAVE YOUR LAUNDRY FOR MONDAY WASH 
CITY WATER NEARLY BACK TO 'NORMAL* 

BAILEY. WILLIE M. 
OBITUARY 

BAINESt RICKY 

17-YEIR-OLO GFTS SPLIT TERM IN THEFT 
TEEN-AGER GETS SENTENCE 

BAKER. ANITA 

HORSES WORTH 111,000 STOLEN 

BAKER. BOBBY ILENOIRI 

THREE MEN SEEK DAMAGES IN MCDOWELL PRISON 0LA2E 

BAKER, CLEO P. 
OBITUARY 

BAKER, DON 

SMALL COULD BE BETTER 
WHIT6R0CK ALTERNATIVE: 



HYBRID BASS ADOS NEW FISHING DIMENSION 



BAKER, ERVIN 

NEW bREED jF STUDENT PRESIDENTS 

■^AKER. FAIOLFY L. 

03iTu«RY: FAIBlEY L. BAKER 

BAKER, FFANK H. IGRANVILLE CO. I 

EXTENSION AGENT RECEIVES AWARD 

BAKER, HAROLD ISENATORI 

EXPERIENCED ADVOCATE 



SENATOR) 
HELMS DELAY OF REAGAN NUHINEES 
SERPENT TO ME!' ICARTOON) 



baker, howard (tenn, 
baker tireo of 
•looked like a 

BAKER. JAMES A. Ill 
PASSING PARADE 

BAKER, LENOX OR. 

COLLEAGUES BANTER SWINDELL 
HOSPITAL IMPROVEMENTS DEDICATED 

BAKER, MARGARET (CHAPEL HILL) 

MAYOR FILLS MOUSING VACANCIES 

BAKER, lATTHEW ALLEN IChERRY POINTI 

OISMEMUFRED 30DY FOUND IN CARTERET 

BAKER, ROcERT (NORFOLK. VAI 

TWO FEN CONVICTED OF CHARGES INVOLVING CBS 

BAKER, KObERT F, 

LAWYERS PICK BAKER 

BAKER. WILLIE 
OBITUARY 

BAKKER* JIH 

TV PREACHERS: STUDY SHOWS OVERALL APPEAL OF TELECASTS DECLINING 
REPORT: PTL EVIDENCE FOUND 
PTL CLUE APPEIL IS SUCCESSFUL 
EVANGELIST'S WIFE LEARNS HOW TO COPE 

BARKER. Tammy 

EVANGELIST'S WIFE LEARNS HOW TO COPE 



N F 
P 



DATE 
H ! a/17/ei B 



S I T 

E L Y 

C PG L P BYL 



1 



S 2 9/08/81 A 3 N •^^^ 
H 2 5/02/ai 8 8 
H 2 U/2<./81 A 6 P N 



H 2 5/13/8 1 B 1 
H 2 5/15/81 B 1 
5 2 5/15/81 A 6 



H 2 9/Dfc/ai A 8 

H 1 S/H/Bl B 1 

H 2 10/1^/81 A I, 

H 2 10/2'>/81 A 1 1 

S 2 7/31/Bl A 1 



N B51 
N B51 



H 1 5/06/81 C 1 N 

H 2 6/16/81 A 10 N 

H 2 6/30/91 a 16 N 

H 2 9/16/81 a 1 N 

5 2 9/16/81 C 15 N 

H 2 9/28/91 A 10 P N 

H 2 10/01/91 A 1". N 



H 2 6/23/81 A 1 P P 
H 2 6/23/81 B 1 P N 



H 2 U/2<./81 8 5 
H 2 7/16/81 A 21 



H 2 12/06/81 C I 

S 2 12/07/81 A a 

H 2 12/12/81 A 5 

S 2 12/12/81 A l<. 



H 2 a/15/81 A 1 
H 2 a/18/81 A 1 



8/19/81 A 11 



H 2 9/16/81 A 13 
S 2 9/16/81 A 11 



H 2 8/l<./8I B I 
H 2 7/23/81 A 18 
H 2 7/21/81 B 9 



H 2 7/19/81 B 8 P N W&C 
H 2 7/26/fll B a p F WbO 



H 2 5/03/81 D I P F A20 

H 2 6/09/81 8 5 

H 1 8/20/91 B 1 P N 

S 2 5/26/81 A I. E 



H 2 6/0<./ei A 2 N 

H 2 ll/Oa/81 5 T T P*5 



S 2 12/26/a 



S 2 5/09/81 A 3 P N M19 
H 2 10/19/91 B 1 P N 



S 2 9/ia/ai A 13 

H 2 10/15/81 B 7 

H 2 (/31/81 A 3 

S 2 6/29/81 C 1 

H 2 12/26/81 B 7 



H 2 5/23/81 A 8 

H 2 6/15/91 A a 

H 2 8/25/91 A 11 

S 2 12/09/81 A 15 



S 2 IZ/OV/ai A IS 



MONrHLY/* 



N N U A L 



INDEX 
l<!/3l7fll 



p»r.t to 

1/1 \/S! 



9*ld»i&£. halc1lm 

well-ordered order 

baldwin, alice vei»6l "nell" 
obituary: alice aalowin 

baldwin, anna fl i sf smirm 
obituary 

Baldwin, bertma Blackwood (hillsborqughi 
obituary 

balowin, oeorge william "ben" 

ORANLE HAN FIRES SHOT AT POLICE 
HILLSPOROUGH WAN HELO FOR ROBPEHY 
HILl.SOOHOUGH MAN GUILIY IN ROBBERY 
BALDWIN SENTENCED 

BALDWIN, JACOUELINE 

OFFICERS ARREST TWO IN DRUG RAID 

BALDWIN, RENETTA RFGINA ICHAPEL HILLl 

CLEANING SOLUTION THROWN IN CHAP£L HILL PSO'S EYE 

fALOWlN, STEVEN ADONIS I ARDEN I 
KAN ACCUSED OF ABDUCTING 3 

BALDWIN, NiLLIAM JFRBY JR. 

TEEN IS HELD IN =REAK-1N 

Ball, BEnoiE allEn 

OBI TuARY 

BALL, INEZ ICHARLJTTEl 

•MERCY KILLING' CITED IN DEATH 

BALL, JERRY ICHABLOTTE) 

'MERCY KILLING' CITED IN DEATH 

BALLANCE, FRANK 

NCCU BOARD OF TRUSTEES ELECTS NEW OFFICEtS 

BALLARO, JOE 

BALLARD IS BACK 

BALIARO SOUT HIGHLIGHTS BOXING 

BAHARO MAKES QUICK WORK OF FOE 

BALLOU, WENOALL w, 

PEDESTRIAN SERIOUSLY HURT WHEN HIT BY PICKUP TRUCK 
MAN HIT BY TkUCK in STABLE CONDITION 

palltzgliem, hakold Chester 

TWO ken FSCING FORGERY CHARGES 
^ MEN CHARGED WITH FORGERY 

PANOY , DALE DR. 

N.C. SCIENTIST HELPS PERU'S FARMERS 

BANE, ETHEL CORDELIA 
OBITUARY 

BANI-SAOR. ABOLHASSAN 

BANI-SAOR ICAHTOON) 
THE LOSER IN IRAN 

ANY CLUB That would have he as 

BAMI-SADR SUPPORTERS ICARTOONl 
MORE Chaos in IRAN 

BANKS. GENE 

LAKERS BEST FOR BANKS? 

NBA DRAFT TO highlight ACC TALENT 

WILLIAMS, wood top acC draft CONTINGENT 

SPURS PLEASED TO GET BANKS 

TWO STARS 

GOING HIS BEST WELL— ONE MORE TIME... 

BANKS: ONLY GENE AND A FEW KNOW THE SCORE 

EANKS: BURDEN OP PROOF ON HIS BACK ONCE MORE 

BANKS SOARS; KING SIGNS 

l'?61; A GOOD YEAR FOR TAR HEELS 

BANKSTDN, CURLEY MR. AND MRS. 
50TK ANNIVERS-RY 

BANNER. MICHAEL 

STATE RECOMMENDS AGAINST PROSECUTION 
BANNERMAN, JOY 

UNUSUAL WORKSHOP URGES WRITERS TO MOVE 

SARBEE- ALLEN IREP.I 

ONE PROPOSAL Puts DURHAM IN 2ND DISTRICT 

BAB BEE. HELEN MOORE 
OBITUARY 

BARBEti ROENA TATE 
OBI TuARY 

"ARBEE. TONYA ALENE 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ASSAULT 
MAN ACauITTEO IN ASSAULT CASE 
KAN FOUND INNOCENT IN ASSAULT 

BAPrtEE. WALTER "LAMB" 

EARBEE DESERVES HONOR 

BARBERi DAVID A. 

LIGHTNING STATISTICS OUESTIONED 

BARBER, OAVIO BRADLEY 

POLICE Charge 2 IN BREAK-IN AT NIGHTSPOT 

BARBER, DICK 

CITY SCHOOLS RANK HIGH IN PUPIL COSTS 

BARBER, JAMES DAVID OB. 

A HOME FOR The NIXON PAPERS 

ACADEMIC COUNCIL NIXES LIBRARY 35-3<> 

GO-AHEAD GIVEN NIXON LIBRARY: DUKE TRUSTEES UNIT SUPPnRT<L PROPn^At 0-3 

si;i iT.in\fVd is^A,'Ssr^Aa?^;ujgi?L" g ^ 5 i%i'iii\ro°o'.°:V.SoW 

BARBER CRITICIZES PICTURE IN HERALD 

^'"JEACH NIXON LIBRARY.' PROTESTERS CRY 

PROFESSOR HITS EXECUTIONS IN CHAPEL SERMON AT DUKE 



A MEMBER I DON'T WANNA JOIN ICARTOONl 



3EY0N0 PRESENT POSITION 



N 
P 


E 



DATE 


C 


1 T 
L Y 

PG L P 


S 


2 


7/2')/ai 


A 


<. E 


H 


2 


6/06/81 


A 


8 


H 


2 


ll/l'./Sl 


a 


7 


H 


2 


9/23/81 


a 


6 



S 2 6/0'>/81 A 

H 2 6/05/81 A 

H 2 ■)/26/81 B 

S 2 9/28/ai a 



N 



S 2 11/12/81 C 1 N 

h 2 12/oa/81 A 14 N 

H 2 8/30/81 A 20 N 

H 2 S/05/81 A 9 N 

H 2 la/2<./81 All 

n 2 IZ/D-J/ai A 16 N 

H 2 12/0'-/ai A 16 N 

S 2 9/17/81 C I P N F30 



S 2 9/23/ni D 1 P F C09 

H 2 9/30/81 C 3 P N 

H 2 10/01/81 D 1 P N G19 



H 2 12/16/81 a 5 
S 2 12/17/81 A 11 



K 2 10/23/81 A 7 
S 2 I0/2A/81 A 13 



S 2 9/aT/81 B 5 P F 
K 2 10/05/81 A 9 



H 2 6/07/81 ", T T R56 

H 2 6/16/81 A i, E 

K 2 6/25/81 A i, T T R56 

K 2 7/2'>/81 A 4 T T R56 

5 2 a/10/81 A « E 



S 2 6/08/81 D 2 F u 018 

S 2 6/08/81 5 P U F25 

H 2 6/10/81 a 2 P N S-Jl 

S 2 6/10/81 5 N 

S 2 6/11/81 C 2 U DIB 

H 2 6/19/Bl CI U 071 

H 2 6/19/81 C 1 F POT 

5 2 6/19/81 D 1 P U 018 

S 2 10/16/81 2 N 

S 2 12/2<.,'81 8 1 P N 



S 2 5/ie/Sl A 6 P P S76 
H 2 8/2D/B1 B I N B5 1 
H 2 7/05/81 D 3 P U H45 



H 2 5/06/ai C 1 
H 2 10/22/81 A 16 
H 2 9/03/81 A 16 



H 2 6/21/81 A <, 

S 2 6/23/81 A 10 

H 2 12/16/31 a 6 

S 2 l2/16/ai A 3 



S 2 9/19/ai A <, 

s 2 a/i<./8i c <, 

S 2 a/2<./81 C I 

S 2 7/14/81 A 1 



N G53 





N 

N 

N B51 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 008 



H 2 8/28/81 A 4 E 

H 2 9/04/81 A I P N G53 

H 2 9/05/81 A 1 P N G53 

S 2 9/05/81 A 1 P N F30 

S 2 9/12/81 A I P N F3a 

H 2 9/16/81 A 13 N 

H 2 9/27/81 A 1 N 

M 2 10/31/81 A 8 P N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

5/01/61 - li/]l/8l 



BY NAMES 



PAGE I 1 
1/11/82 



SLOGANS SPlCt UP OUPhaM city FLfCflOMS 

'"^ "•KeE«''SURVlVES T". TO KEEP LE»0 IN SENIOKS INVITATIONAL 

3APeErtf RICHAKO 

OURHAM CITY SCHOOL PUPILS WON'T PAY MORE FOR MEALS 

^'^ CA«R*OI.o''naN IJN3ER ARREST FOR ASSAULT OF WOMAN, 17 
SARPEt TO HEAD ATTORNEYS' OROUP 
BAk8ER GETS COURTS PANEL APPOINTMENT 
BAR9ER TO RUN AGAIN FOR DA 

''"^^BARBEr'saYS suit WILL SEEK TO RECOVER COUNTY FUNDS 

SABBOUR. CLAUDE ALMOND 
OBITUARY 

BARBOUR. DEBRA C. 

MAN STRIKES 'Y- EMPLOYEE 

BAReCU^t JOE IBURLINCTONI , ^ ^„^ 

BURLINGTON CITES LACK OF BENEFITS IN LEAVING COG 
ALAMANCE ELECTIONS GENERATING INTEREST 
OAKBOUR SEEKING RE-ELECTION 
BURLINGTON TO HAVE PRIMARY FOR COUNCIL 
BURLINGTON TO HAVE PRIMARY FOR MAYOR ,,,,^, 

BALLOTS TO BE CAST TUESDAY IN THREE AREA CITIES 
SElF-PROCLAIMFO WITCH LOSES MORGANTON MAYOR'S RALE 
MHWE OUT OF BURLINGTON RACE 

KEITHUM WINS IN BURLINGTON .^., 

BARBOUR CHARGES CHAMBER BACKED HIS OPPONENT 

BARBOUR, JOSEPHINE 

APPOINTMENTS SPARK OEBATE 

AABBOUR, MERLIE VAN 
OBITUARY 

BARBOUR, STEWART 1 H I LLSBOROUGHl 

HOW BIG IS THE ENO LAND GRAB? 

BARBOUR, WALTER "JACK" JR. C JANET 

JOHNSTON COUPLE SPENDS CHILLY NIGHT IN NfcUSE RIVER 

BAPCLIFT, ThELMA cole 
OBITUARY 

BAROY, ALLEN A. lOBEENSBOROI 

FAMILY hELO HOSTAGE IN HOME 
MAN SENTENCED FOR EXTORTION 

BARE, MICHAEL fl. (JEFFERSON) 
COVERAGE HELPS CAUSE 
HELP HEMOPHILIA ORIVE 

BAREFOOT, MARILYN JO 

FAyETTEVILLE shooting PROBED 

HEARING SCHEDULED IN SHOOTING .„,.,,, u i <: u,cc 

FAYETTEVILLE POLICE CAPTAIN SAYS HE INTENDED TO 'WING' HIS WIFE 

FAYETTEVILLE POLICEMAN INDICTED 

POLICE CAPTAIN CHARGED IN WIFE'S DEATH SUSPENDED 

HAN ACQUITTED IN WIFE'S DEATH 

BAREFOOT, WILLIAM 

FAYETTEVILLE SHOOTING POOBEO 

?irElTivlE?l°^^^?crciS?5{A''^AYS HE INTENDED TO 'WING' HIS WIFE 

FAYETTEVILLE POLICEMAN INDICTED 

POLICE CAPTAIN CHARGED IN WIFE'S DEATH SUSPENDED 

MAN ACQUITTED IN WIFE'S DEATH 

POLICE CAPTAIN BACK ON DUTY 

9ARFIELD, VELMA MARGIE , ,, , , „. 

COURT ENDS BARFIELD STAY OF EXECUTION 
GROUP PLANS ACTION TO HALT EXECUTION 
MURDERER MAY BE EXECUTED 

N.C. GAS CHAMBER READY , ,. ^ „r^ 

N.C. OFFICIALS BELIEVE EXECUTIONS LONG TIME OFF 
JUDGE SETS EXECUTION AND HITS NEW LAW 
MRS. BARFIELD GRANTED STAY OF EXECUTION ,,.„^ 

HIGH COURT LEAVES INTACT BARFIELD'S DEATH SENTENCE 
WOMAN'S DEATH SENTENCE IS LEFT INTACT 
COURT WON'T HEAR APPEAL 
NEW EXECUTION DATE SET FOR BARFIELD 

BARINGER, MARK ,, „ ,, 

IMPS' BARINGER BURNS KNIGHTS WITH PASS 

BAPKAS, X. CAkUONAl 

NIXON LIBRARY FOES SPARK FACULTY MEET 

BARKER, 9ENNIE 0. 

BOiRO CONFIRMS UNC DENTAL DEAN 

DENTAL SCHOOL FUND SHORTAGE FORCING CUTS 

BARNES, ALEXANDER 

CITY MAY NOT A01 'DnuGHNUT HOLE" 

CITY COUNCIL DROPS PLANS TO ANNEX 13-ACRE TRACT 



aAntjCC ANNE 

COMMISSIONERS QUIET ON REASONS FOR GATTIS RESIGNATION 

APPOINTMENTS SPARK DEBATE 

PANEL NAMES ANNE BARNES TO N.C. HOUSE 

BARNES TO REPRESENT ORANGE COUNTY 

WHITTED IS Chairman 




BARNES, DAVID 

II WAS MEO SCHOOL MATCH 

BARNES, HENSON I SENATOR I 
KNOTTY QUESTIONS 
LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES COULD WIN 4-YEAR TERMS IN 1982 

BARNES, JACK 

RESCUE SQUAD CALLED 

JACK BARNES. SUN EMPLOYEE. 



S I I 
N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

S 2 11/06/81 C 1 F K90 

H 2 9/20/81 B 5 N 

S 2 9/02/81 A 1 N DOS 



H 2 b/1 1/81 A 21 N 

H 2 7/01/81 A 3 N 

S 2 lO/QO/ei A 6 N 

H 2 12/31/81 B 1 N M23 



H 1 5/02/81 a I N 
H 2 12/06/81 C 6 



H 2 3/22/81 


A 10 


N 




H tj/l8/81 


B 1 


N 


H60 


H 7/23/8 


B 1 


N 


H60 


H 8/29/8 


C 1 


N 




H I 9/0<./8 


B 1 


N 


H60 


H I 9/05/81 


C 1 


N 




H 1 10/03/81 


B 1 


N 


HOU 


H 2 10/07/81 


C <. 


N 




H 1 10/07/81 


B 1 


N 




H 1 ll/OA/81 


B 1 






H 1 11/05/81 


B I 


N 


HbO 



H 2 10/06/81 A 10 P N M23 

H 2 ll/2'./81 8 5 

H 2 U/19/81 A ". L 

H 2 9/01/81 A 10 N 

H 2 8/20/81 A l<. 



6/06/81 A 5 
a/26/81 A 13 



N 



S 2 12/2A/81 A 
H 2 12/27/81 D 



H 2 


8/11/81 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


a/lA/81 


B 


6 


N 


H 2 


8/15/81 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


a/18/81 


A 


9 


N 


M 2 


3/22/81 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


12/05/81 


c 


3 


N 


H 2 


8/11/81 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


B/l<./81 


8 


6 


N 


H 2 


8/is/ai 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


a/18/Bl 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


3/22/ei 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


12/05/81 


c 


3 


N 


H 2 


12/11/81 


A 


16 


N 


S 2 


7/09/81 


A 


2 


N 


H 2 


7/10/81 


A 


12 


N 


S 2 


7/10/81 


A 


9 


N 


S 2 


7/16/81 


C 


10 


P N 


H 2 


7/17/81 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


7/2''/Sl 


B 


<. 


N 


H 2 


10/07/81 


A 


12 


N 


S 2 


0/19/81 


A 


I 


N 


H 2 


0/20/81 


B 


10 


N 


H 2 


2/10/81 


B 


8 


N 


S 2 


2/22/81 


A 


2 


N 


S 2 


9/12/81 


A 


a 


P N C09 


H 2 


9/01/81 


A 


1 


P (■' G53 



2 6/13/ai B 1 N H68 
2 11/12/81 a 1 N W36 



DISS AT 52 





? 


9/18/81 


fl 


1 


N 


S51 


H 


2 


9/22/81 


d 


1 




Sbl 




? 


5/05/ai 




6 


N 


E<.6 


H 


? 


10/06/81 




10 


P N 


M23 


H 


7 


12/06/B 




1 


N 


M23 


S 


2 


12/07/8 




3 






s 


2 


12/07/a 




1 


N 


M23 


H 


? 


12/08/81 




9 


N 




H 


? 


12/09/81 


h 


9 


N 


M2J 


H 


? 


12/10/31 


B 


6 


N 


Wi6 




? 


12/ 5/ni 


B 


1 


N 






■> 


12/ 5/81 


B 


1 


P N 


M23 


H 


? 


12/ 6/81 


A 


1 / 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


12/22/81 


A 


15 


N 




H 


2 


5/10/81 


E 


2 


P f 


Hi.5 


H 


? 


7/11/81 


A 


<. 


f 




s 


2 


11/30/81 


c 


7 


J 




, 


? 


11/09/81 


r 


7 


N 




s 


2 


12/16/ai 


c 


18 


P U 





M N r H L 



I S E X 
12/31/81 



l/l 1/82 



•CmUBBV walked. TALKEO I'LL 

v6terhn nexspiper employee, 52, oies 

"* " iiIh»ie escapcS f«om youth center 

^"""last'^gImbling raid charges dismissed 
gambling dismissed 

'""'^PROTEil'pETIIICNS BEING COMPLETED 

3A0NES, MARVIN 
OBITUARY 

BAPNES, MARVIN L. 

3ARNES IS CHAIRMAN 

""'*'jk?i[y?S?s'M?s'cQMMITTEE.S r NSUP ANC E B I LL ^^ 
AMENDED INSURANCE BILL SENT TO FLOOR Of SENATE 

BARNETT, ANNIE HOODS 
OBITUARY 

"""^BuI'lNESrlECTIDN OFFERS MYRIAD OF PUBLICATIONS 

""""ipABTMENI^LAZE TAKES FIREFIGHTERS BACK TO OLD FARM 
2 FUES dRING CRITICISM, PRAISE 

BARNHILL, K. MICHAEL , ,^, 

COURT SAID MISLED BY 'HOSTAGf 

3ARP, CANDACE MELINDA ,.,,,„ 
MOTHER Of INFANT IDENTIFIED 
TEEN-AGER TO SEEK CUSTODY OF INFANT 
KOIHER WHO LEFT BABY IN TRUNK GETS CUSTODY 

^""^'pnLlCY FORBIDS SHARING OF WELLS, SEPTIC TANKS 

BARRETT. JOSEPH LAMONI 

THSEE CHARGED IN KIDNAPPING 
TEENS CHARGED WITH ABDUCTION 

BARfcON. VANCE REV. 

SERVICE SUNDAY TO HONOR RETIRING PASTOR 

BARRY, DON 

A WEEK IN THE LIFE OF A PRINCIPAL 

COUNTY SCHOOLS REVIEWING PROTESTED BOOK 

USE OF NOVEL AT SCHOOL PROTESTED 

BACHY, MARION IWASHINGTON, D.C., MAYORI 
A MAYOR ON MORALS 
MARION BARRY TO SPEAK AT MEETING 

BARTKOVICH, KEVIN (BALTIMORE, MARYLANOI 
DUKE STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS 
DUKE STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS 

BARYSMNIKOy, MIKHAIL ^,,^ 

BALLE' STAR BARYSHNIKOV TO PERFORM IN CHARLOTTE 

BASOFN, fHfilS MILTON JR. 

LAGf.ANGE OFFICER INDICTED IN DEATH 
EI-aSSISTANT POLICE CHIEF FINED IN DEATH 

9ASUEN, GUY HAMPTON (GARNER* 
OBITUARY 

BASS, DANNY RAY 

N.C. COURT THROWS OUT CONVICTIONS 

FIVE MONTHS LATER, KILLER WALKING FREE 

BASS, JOHN ALBERT {OXFOROl 
KAN CHARGED WITH DEATH 

eA!S, 0. B. 

BUILDING TO HONOR RETIRED PRINCIPAL 

BASS, SIDNEY jR. (fIXFORDI 
obituary: SIDNEY BASS 

"ASSETT, JOHN SPENSER 

LIBRARY PROTEST UNWORTHY OF DUKE 

BATE, ?ER-<Y IASHEvILLE) 

THEY'LL FENCE CHIMNEY ROCK 

BA'EMAN, OERYL 

COUNTY PROPERTY PASSES ZONING HURDLE 

lie MILLION PLANT COMING TO DURHAM ,, „ „ ,,, 

COUNTY OFFICIALS CAUTIOUS ABOUT M ICROELEC TfcON IC S 

BAIEMAN, ESSIE RIbGS 
OBITUARY 

SATTERN, KATHV 

FINANCE DIRECTOR IN ORANGE JOINING SCHOOL SYSTEM 

BATTISTA, BOBBIE 

CO-ANChOR AT WRAL-TV JOINS CNN-2 

BATTLE, LOYO L. JR. 
OBITUARY 

BaTTON, KAREN LYNN (PORT WENTWORTH, GA.) 

AUTHORITIES SEARCH =0R WOMEN ESCAPEES 

i7-YEAfl-0L0 CRITICALLY BURNED, TWO OTHERS INJURED IN APT, 

TWO STILL CRITICAL AfTER HEATER FIRE 

APARTMENT BLAZE HURTS THREE ON GUTHRIE AVENUE 

FIRE Ii^JURIES CLAIM BATTS 

YOUNG MAN OIES OF BURNS SUFFERED IN WEEKEND FIRE 

BAUCOM, ANGELA (CHAPEL HILLI 

SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER GETS EDUCATORS' AWARD 

BAUCOH, BILL 

CHAMBER GETS 33 MEMBERS 

BAUCOM, DANIEL REIO 



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!»UCaM, VICTOR IFKOSFBURGi MD.I 

MOURNERS APPRECIATE DRIVERS" COURTESY 

BaUCOM - GR IKES. WILLIE 

ARTIST'S XQRK STOPS TRAFFIC 

BAXTER. WARNER R. 
OBITUARY 

?AYTOS. BETSY 

•LcCQMANIA* RETURNS 
FAVORITE PHOTOS 

BAZEMORE. P. E. IMONPOEJ 

UNC BIAS SUIT GOING TO TRIAL 

SUIT BY BLACK AGRICULTURAL OFFICIALS CHARGES BIAS 

HAN SAYS BIAS COST PROMOTION 

BEACHAN, RUNETT6 TURNER 

obituary: MRS- RUNETTE BEACHAM 

BEAL. CHARLES PHILLIP 

FOUR APPLICANTS SEEK DURHAM L0»-P0WER TV STATIONS 
THERE'S CONTROVERSY ALREADY 

SEAftO. FREEMAN 

ART AUCTION IS SATURDAY 

ART AUCTION SET FOR SATURDAY 

BEARD, KENT DOUGLAS 

BRIDE AND GPOnM, 1981 

BEARD, MARY SISTER 

THEY AID WOMEN WITH UNWANTED PREGNANCIES 

BEASLEY, ERIC DEVON 

ARMED THEFT CHARGES FILED AGAINST PAIR 
DURHAM INMATE CHARGED IN FIRE 
INMATE FACES FIRE CHARGES 

BEASLEY, JAMES LINWOOD (ANGIERI 

COLLISION OF CAR, MOPED KILLS MAN 

BEASLEY, JOHN GARLAND 
O'^ITUARY 

BEASLEY, RICK 

VENUTO AMONG OUTCASTS 

BEASLEY, YVONNE REV. 

BfA'Lfv ELECTED MEMBER 
MINISTER JOINS CHURCH BOARD 

BEATON, RONALD F, (CHAPEL HILLI 

DON'T BET AGAINST THE SPACE PIONEERS 

9EATTY, DIANE 

LONE GOAL BRINGS UNC SOCCER FIRST 

BEATTY, ROBERT ' 

PLAY REHEARSAL PART OF OPEN HOUSE 

6EAUCHAMP, DAN E. 

HOW THE RIGHT BREEDS FEAR 

BEAUChamP, JIM 

BEAUCHAMP TURNS DOWN BULLS POST 

BEAVER, ARLIN AND KIM 

PETITION FILED FOR LEGAL CUSTODY OF SIAMESE TWINS 

AGENCY SEEKS LEGAL CUSTODY OF TWINS 

SIAMESE TWINS' PARENTS APPEAR IN JUVENILE COURT 

LOSE CUSTODY 

JUDGE GIVES AGENCY LEGAL CUSTODY OF TWINS 

BEAVER, GARY 

SHE FINDS IT Surprisingly easy to love a marine 

BECK, GENE RUSSELL ISTEM) 

CRASH KILLS N.C. CROP SUPERVISOR 

BECK, JUNIOUS 

POOL TABLE SAVED A LIFE WHEN BUILDING COLLAPSED 

BECK, MAUREEN STABILE 

PROPOSAL WOULD SET NURSING BACK AT DUKE 

BECK, PAUL 

PROGRAM ON JGING ESTABLISHED AT UNC 
ELDERLY PEOPLE REQUIRE SPECIAL CARE 

'action fast, PROPER IN FIRE, PANEL TOLD 
FIRE OFFICIALS SPEND 'DAY IN COURT' 

BECKER, OAN 

ORIENTATION PLAN HELPFUL TO JURORS 

BECKER. ED 

NO PHONE AT THE MART 

BECKETT, KATIE (CEDAR RAPIDS. IOWA I 
MEDICAID NEEDS AID 
SENSIBLE BILL 

BECKWITh. BRENDA 

oRENDA BECKWITh'S FLOWERS AMONG MOST DEPENDABLE 

BECKWITh. CHARLES 

HOSTAGE RESCUE LfcAOER RETIRING 

IRAN RESCUE MISSION LEADER TO START ANT I -TE RKOR I S T FIRM 

BECKWITH, IRAN RESCUE MISSION LEADER. RETIRES 

9ECTQN, J. -ILLIAH "JOE- 

PROCEDuRES REVIEW PLANNED 
TOWN MEETING GAINS SUPPORT 
RACE RELATIONS MAY BE AIRED 

BEGIN. MENACHEM 

RE-ELECT BEGIN (CARTOONl 

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF BEGIN AND PERES (CARTOONl 

BEGIN AT BAT [CARTOONl 

U.S. REACTING WISELY TO BEGIN AGGRESSIONS 

MEYEKS: CIG CONTROVERSY COULO BE BEGIN'S UNDOING 



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H:Ln ON. HR. HECIN 

BEHAN* Jirt PATMF'^ 

JUTOOCH SESVKEG: PAKISHIONERS UNDETERRED BY PIRE 

BEHAR, lENORE dr. 

STATE, DURHAM PROGRAMS TO HELP VIOLENT CHILDREN 

BEHtNNA, KICK 

R1G°Y. ?EHeM'U L£»D BULLS 

3EmENNA'5 arm AGAIN THE SPARK IN DURHAM'S WIN 

BULLS' BEHENNA rjAMEO STARTER 

BULLS N0TE60CK 

BEmENNA'S OUTING TYPICAL OF YEAR 

BEISCrtER. GEORGE 

BEISChER POUNDAT ion PRESIDENT AT NCCU 
NCCU POUNDATION TAPS BOARD 

BELflELO, FRED 

<SSEMBLY REDISTP ICTING PLANS ATTACKED AS UNFAIR TO BLACKS 
oLACk EXIE/jSION agent SAYS HE SOUGHT 3 POSTS 

BcLK, JOHN M. ICHARLOTTE) 

cElk eyes GUBERNATORIAL 310 

BELK LECGETT HONORS HORTON FOR SERVICE 

BELL. ANNE 

A LESSON ON MAKING LAUNDRY DAY EASIER 

BELL. DwIGHT 

TRIAL OPENS WITH SEARCH OF AUDIENCE 

BFLL TRIAL TESTIMTNY CONTINUES 

FOCUS SHIFTS IN DURHAM MURDER TRIAL 

NEW EVIDENCE ENTERS BELL TRIAL 

ALIBI PROVIDED DEFENDANT IN MURDER TRIAL 

DELIBERATIONS TO ?EGIN IN BfLL TRIAL 

JURY BEGINS DELIBERATIONS IN DwIGHT BELL MURDER CASE 

JURY IS STILL DELIBERATING IN BELL TRIAL 

JURY SPLIT OVER BELL IN MISTRIAL 

MISTRIAL DECLARED IN MURDER TRIAL 

BELL. GRAHAM IREP.) 

LATEST CISTRICT PLAN DIVIDES B COUNTIES 
NCaE WARNED ABOUT PRESSURE POLITICS 

BELL. JAMES KENNETH 

JURY STILL DELIBERATING MURDER TRIAL TESTIMONY 
JUDGE DECLARES "ISTRIAL IN BELL MURI'tR CASE 
JURY HUNG; RETRIAL ORDERED FOR BELL 

BELL, JA»ES KENNETH JR. 

THREE Charged in kidnapping 

TEENS CHARGED WITH ABDUCTION 
Two CHARGED IN TE^N ATTACK 

BELL, JOHN FINNER 
OBITUARY 

BELL, NEAL 

BELL'S CURE FOR THE BLUES 

BELL. PHILLIP JR. 

MAN CAN'S ACCEPT FOOU STAMPS FOR YEAR 

BELL, T. H. 

teachfr evaluations 
costly commission 

bell, william v. "pill" 

liunty panels' lack of blacks rapped 

BcL T., L ILLI AN LACY 
OBITUARY: MRS. 



l illian lacy belt 

belth, jOsfph m, dr. 

an insurance wrafigle: for agents, 
n.c. legislator seeks opinion 



N.C. OEPT. MEMO MAKES FUR FLY FASTER 



3ENCE, JULIUS P. 
OBITUARY 

BENN, AURORA 

xUbURN APPOINTS DYE TO DIRECTOR'S POSITION 

BENNETT, AL R. 

OBITUARY: A. R. BENNETT 

SENNf 1 T , BEN 

NtHATH, DRACULA, AND THEN BEN BENNETT 

£.IUE DEVILS BANGED UP IN SCRIMMAGE 

WHEN GAME BEGAN THEY WEREN'T IN AWE 

EENNETT INJURY BRUISES DUKE IN 2HP HALF 

tLUE HEVILS MUFF CHANCES FOR UPSET 

?tl'5i'I';5r ",'•""''' """OW'S WILSON'S DAY-TO-DAY VIGIL 

^'EXT THREE GAMES CRUCIAL FOR DUKE 

DEc:sio». Expected today on bennett 

BENNlTT uut 

BENNETT'S INJURY PUTS SALLY IN STARTING ROLE 

BENNETT-LESS DUKE FACES DEVIL OF A TIME 

KICKING GAME COSTS OuKE 

l^.ttT-J^'i" GIVEN STARTING NOD OVER AILING BENNETT 

JUARTCROaCk QUESTION PUZiLES BLUE DEVILS 

!ALLY TO START HOME OPENER AGAINST ECL 

icilc',}"lil S'P' PLANNED FOR BLUE DEVILS' BENNETT 

BENNETT RETURN AIDS OUKE 

DEVILS MAKE IT 3 IN A ROW 

'MUMBLE BEN' BENNETT JUST HAPPV TO BE BACK 

FRUSTRATION GRIPS DUKE OFFENSE 

A GENTLER SMAOE OF BEN 

SALLY READY FOR BIG CALL 

TOO MANY DEVILS DISAPPEAR 

BENrlETr. BOBBY 

PART-TIME JOBS STILL AVAILABLE 

BENNETT, CLICK LONZO 

2 SLAIN OVER PORK CHOP DINNER 

Two N.C. SLAYINGS SAID SPARKED BY PORK CHOPS 

BENNETT, mFRPERT wIlLUM JR. 

?9M£E,I?f;' TEAIH AS ARSON-HOMICIDE 
CIGARETTE BLAMED FOR DEATH IN FIRE 



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OBITUASY: nERnt^r WILLIAM aENNETT JH. 

BENNETT, MAGGIE MELTPN 

i. SLAIN Oves PQRK CHOP DINNER 

TWO N.C. SLAYINGS SAIO SPARKED BY PORK CHOPS 

aENNeiTr MARY FRANCES CHEEK 

JEHUARY: MRS. MARY C. 9ENNETT 

BENNETT, PFIEk 3. 

OUKf 'DIVE' DIRECTOR HONORED 

ACTRESS hHQ graced N.C. 'NICE TO PEOPLE' 

OIVERS: THEY -AY BE CHOSEN LIKE ASTRONAUTS 

NE* BREATHING DEVICE '<AY HELP DUKE UNIVERSITY OIVING RESEARCH 

BENNETT, RACHEL 

DURHAM WOMAN LEAVES f.AVY BEHIND 

BENNETT, TOMMY 

JEWELRY STOLEN 

BENNETT, WILL 1AM J. OR. 

HUMANITIES CENTCR CHIEF TO BE SPEAKER 

BY ANY NAME, IT'S CONTROVERSIAL 

BENNETT MAY GET ENDOWMENT POST 

IT ISN'T The SCHOOLS' JOB 

BENNETT AWAITING WORD ON NEW JOP 

REAGAN NOMINATES BENNETT FOR POST 

BENNETT PROUD TO BE PRESIDENT'S NOMINEE 

A GOOD CHOICE 

BENNETT STUOYING NEW JOP 

HELMS MAY NOT BACK BENNETT FOR U.S. POST 

HELMS RECONSIDERS ENDORSEMENT 

BENNETT: SCHOLARS CHOSEN WITHOUT REGARD TO POLITICS 

HELMS MISAPPLIES POLITICS 

HELMS WANTS ASSURANCES FROM HUMANITIES NOMINEE 

BENNETT MAY FACE PARTISAN FIGHT FOR HUMANITIES POST 

SENATE WILL SOON DEBATE HUMANITIES NOMINATION 

BENSON, VELMA PARRISH 



UN, VtLMA 
OBITUARY 



B6NTEL. GUNILLA 

PREGNANT CAT DIED MISERABLY 

BENTLEY, CHARLES 

SMALL BUSINESSES GET ADVICE O'l CUSTOMER CREDIT 

BENTLEY, J, M. JR. (NORTH WILKESBOROl 
OFFICIAL RESIGNS 

BENTLEY, jnsFPH lASHEBOROl 

MAN FOUND LYING IN COFFIN IS JAILED 

BENTON, MARY PARKER 
JPITUARY 

BENTON, PACE 

WASTE PLANTS VinLAIE RULES 

BENTON, PATRICIA IHENOERSONl 

WOMAN SERIOUSLY INJiJRED IN REDWOOD RO. WRECK 
HENDERSON WOMAN STABLE 

BENTON, RICHARD 

STAMPS BUY A TRUCK 

BERFET, BOBBY LEE IN.J.P 

CAR KILLS LINCOLNTON GIRL 

BERGMAN, LEE RAY 

COMMITTEE DENIES APARTMENT 810 
ZONING REQUEST MEETS OBSTACLE 

BE'GSTROM, CHARLES 

AMERICAN WAY LEADER WILL SPEAK TOMORROW 

BESKOwlTZ, DAVID 

FELONS ON SOCIAL SECURITY 

BERMAN, PITA 

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE SHOULD NOT BE CUT 

READERS GET TRAVEL TREAT 

EUROFE, ANY0NE7 IT'S FAVORITE DESTINATION OF TRIANGLE TRAVELERS 

MEET THE AUTHOR 

BERMANZOHN, PAUL 

PROBE OF 1979 GREENSbORO SHOOTINGS SOUGHT 

BERNARD, MIKE 

NORFOLK STATE AIDE SEES SILVER LINING IN CONTROVERSY 

BERNSTEIN, JOHN 

BERNSTEIN: DURHAM RIPE FOR PLAYWRIGHTING 
PRODUCTION OBSCURES PLAY'S MEANING 
'IMPERFECT TRIANGLES' DOES HAVE POTENTIAL 
REVIEWER AauSED THE ROLE OF CRITIC 

BERRIER, mFNRY lEE I W INSTON-S ALEM I 

POLICEMAN TO UNDERGO TREATMENT BEFORE SENTENCING 

BERRIGAN, DANIEL IFATHER1 
PRIEST TO SPEAK 

CATHOLIC GROUP RAPS BERRIGAN 
BERRIGAN DOUBTS FUTURE 
BERRIGAN DENOUNCES MILITARY 
BERRIGAN: MAYBE LIBRARY SHOULD WAIT 4 FEW YEARS 

BERRY* CHARLES E 

OLD CHOLLIe'caN work MIRACLES ON MOST HEAPS 

SERRY, HELEN 

THERE'S HOPE HELP'S COMING 

8E»RT, JAMES CECIL 

MAN ACQUITTED OF KILLING N.C. 

BERRY, JESSE F. JR. 

MS. MARVIN PLEADS GUILTY IN Cl 
HARVIN SENTENCING TOMORROW 

BERRY, MARY F. 

RIGHTS GROUP CRITICISM DISMAYS FRIDAY 

BERRY, WILLIAM W. 



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K90 


H 2 
S 2 


7/13/ni 
7/13/81 


8 
A 


1 
6 


N 
N 




H 2 


9/06/81 


A 


1 2 


N 




S 2 


3/25/ai 


A 


2 


N 




S 2 
H 2 


12/01/81 
12/02/81 


B 

A 


1 
11 


N 
N 




S 2 


7/25/81 


A 


3 


N 


F30 


H 2 


3/29/81 


A 


<« 


E 




H 2 
H 2 
H 2 

H 2 


5/02/81 

9/20/81 

9/20/81 

10/19/81 


A 
A 

D 


1 P 

9 

3 


L 
N 
U 
N 


B26 


H 2 


10/06/81 


A 


l<r 


N 




H 2 


10/28/81 


c 


3 


F 


G19 


S 2 

H 2 
S 2 

H 2 


6/25/81 
6/26/81 
7/02/81 
7/0B/81 





A 


3 P 
7 P 

5 P 
5 


F 
R 
R 
L 


F57 
P66 
F57 


S 2 


U/12/81 


c 


9 


N 




H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
5 2 
H 2 


9/23/3 
9/23/8 
9/30/8 
9/30/3 
10/01/81 


A 
A 

B 
C 

9 


10 P 

1 1 
1 

3 P 
1 P 


N 
N 

N 
N 
N 


M23 
C19 


H 2 


7/26/81 


C 


1 P 


U 


536 


H 2 


6/23/81 


A 


6 


F 


830 


H 2 


5/30/31 


B 


16 


N 




H 2 
S 2 


6/17/81 
6/17/Bl 


C 
A 


1 

10 


N 

N 


851 


S 2 


7/15/81 


A 


I 


N 





M0NTNLV/*N^4U*L 



I N I) e X 



NAMES 



PAf.F 16 
1/11/83 



VEPCO EXPECTS rn MOLC POICE MtKES TO INFLATION PATE 
»EPCO EYES U'lUSUAL OPTIONS 

YMlLLi WILLIAM JP. IPALEIGHl 
U.S. •<A»SHAL IS APPOINTED 



N F 

P D OATE 



M 2 9/17/qi 
M .' Il/l5/fll 



PC 1 

7 
10 



H 2 12/1 1/81 A 1! 



BERPVMAN. ooeiN 

mother-caujHTEr tea'^ among county graduates 



BEST. SARBASA ANNE 

SCIENTISTS WIN RESEARCH GRANTS 

BEST. EuCENE 

MAN A8RESTE0 IN HIT-ANO-RUN 

SENTENCED 

MAN RECEIVES PRISON TERM IN HIT-AND-RMN 

BEST, GLADYS MOQRE 

obituary: GLADYS BEST 

BEST, KIM 

POOBLfM PRtGNANCIFS 

■HERALD'S' KIM "EST wINS MEOIA AWARD FO" SPEECH ARTICLE 

KIM BFST A FINE KRITER 

GINGERBREAD MOUSE ISN'T EASY AS IT LOOKS 

BEST. MICHAEL 

CANADIAN BRASS BEGINS DUKE ARTISTS SERIES 

BEST, TONI 

HANDMADE WITH LOVE: DOLLS 

8ESTKICK, DICK IVIRGINIAI 

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

SCHULT2 NOT UOWN ON 6FSTWICK 

VIRGINIA FIRES DICK BESTWICK 

CURRY, BESTWICK TALK JOBS; SOUTHERN WRESTLING OPENS 

BETHEA, OSPORNE "TOBY" JR. 

Two POSITIOrjs REALIGNED AT OUK 6 MEDICAL CENTER 
OUKE MEDICAL CENTER REALIGNS STAFF POSITIONS 

BETHEL, Charles 

•THE BEST STAleiNG WE EVER HAD' 

BETSILL, CARL 

GOOO DOVE CROP PREDICTED 

BETTS, DOkIS 

TEA, TALK 5Y OaoiS BETTS SET AT CHAPEL HILL LIBRARY 

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING SEASON BRINGS TO MIND N.C. BOOK CLUB SELECTIONS 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

SEVAN, WILLIAM 

OukE provost CANDIDATE FOR T Ow A UNIV. PRESIDENCY 

BEVAN WITHDRAWS AS IOWA CANDIDATE 

BEVAN HEADS NATIONAL GROUP 

BEVAN HEADS PSYCHOLOGY ASSOCIATION 

OUKE ENROLLMENT DIPS 

BEVILL. VERNON 

CHANGES SOUGHT In WILDLIFE AGENCY 
FOUR N.C. OFFICIALS TO GET PAY RAISES 

BEYER, TIMOTHY 

rOuT.I HURT IfJ COLLISION 

BEYLE, TMAO L. ICHAPEL HILLI 

POLICY CENTER HEAD ELECTED 

AGE BRINGS OJT THE BEST IN JIM 3IBBY 

BICKERS, CHRIS 

.HAT HAPPENS IF TOBACCO PROGRAM IS HALTED? 

BICKETT, THOMAS W. (FORMER N.C. GOVERNORI 

MOM TIMES 00 Change: promise NOT FORGOTTEN 

BICKNELL, JACK 

BRYANT'S TO TOTAL RAISES COACH'S IRE 

BIOGY, FRED C. 

GAS TAX? WHY REWARD INCOMPETENCE? 

BIECENBACh, EDDIE 

ACC ASSISTANTS FACE TOUGH ROAD 
GEORGIA HIRES aiEOENBACH 

BIERS, DAN ISEMOPAl 

Three are hurt in plane crash 

bigelow, dorene lanette imebjnei 

wreck injures motorcycle rider 

biggers, alma louise fitzgerald 
ex-nccu oean of women dies 

biggers, joe 

retirement party 

school's out, but joe gets message across 

bicgekstaff, mollif lewis 

obituary: mrs. mqllie biggerstaff 

biggs, rcbert l. 

jury indicts s«a1n deputy 

biles, kevin 

1 kindergarten teacher in durham is different 

billerman, kevin 

STEElMAN GOLF'S FINEST. . . 

BILLINGSLEY. EVERETT 

CANE CREEK BATTLE COSTLY 

BILPUCh, EDWARD G. on. 

REAGAN NOMINEE ATTE'JOED OUKE 

8INKLEY, CARL W. 





2 


6/U/81 


A 




p 


N 


009 




2 


6/13/81 


A 




p 


N 


008 




2 


S/22/91 


B 




p 


P 


H99 




2 


7/JO/Pl 


C 






N 






2 

2 
2 


3/12/81 
W/O'J/Sl 
12/10/81 


A 

A 
6 


8 




N 
N 
N 





H 2 6/0'>/9l A 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 

H 2 


10/16/81 
10/22/81 
12/10/91 


A 
A 
A 

c 


A 
1 
A 
1 


P 


L 
N 
L 
F 


830 


S 2 


9/03/91 


D 


A 


p 


I 




H 2 


9/13/91 


E 


1 


P 


F 


S56 


H 2 
H 2 
H 2 

H 2 


9/30/81 
10/20/91 
12/01/91 
12/31/81 


G 
B 

e 

D 


1 

2 


p 


F 
F 
N 
N 


S91 


H 2 
S 2 


10/;7/81 
10/23/81 


A 
A 


21 
13 




N 

N 




H 2 


7/10/91 





1 


P 


F 


S35 


M 2 


9/05/81 





3 




N 


M60 


H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


12/02/91 
12/06/91 
12/26/91 


A 
D 
A 


1 1 

3 

28 


P 


N 
U 
R 


H'.S 


H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 


7/08/91 
7/29/91 
8/29/81 
8/31/81 
9/25/31 


B 
C 
C 
A 
A 


1 

2 
1 
6 

1 


P 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


F30 


H 2 
H 2 


6/01/81 
11/21/81 


A 
A 


8 
5 




N 

N 




S 2 


8/13/81 


A 


13 




N 




H 2 


12/27/81 


A 


7 




N 




S 2 


5/25/81 





3 


P 


U 


016 


H 1 


a/07/ai 


B 


1 




J 




S 2 


10/09/81 


C 


7 


p 


U 


0<,3 


H 2 


9/27/81 


B 


3 




U 


D71 


H 2 


5/13/91 


A 


A 




L 




S 2 

H 2 


5/05/8; 
7/04/81 


B 
B 


1 

A 


o 


U 
N 


016 


H 2 


7/25/81 


C 


1 




N 




S 2 


9/25/81 


c 


1 




N 


M23 


H 2 


7/Ol/Rl 


c 


3 









S 2 
H 2 


10/31/91 
12/27/61 


A 
A 


16 

1 


p 
P 


p 

F 


B91 
S36 


H 2 


5/22/Bl 


c 


10 









H 2 


5/06/61 


A 


7 




N 




S 2 


5/25/61 


A 


I 


p 


N 


DOB 


H 2 


6/07/81 


B 


8 




N 


S7I 


S 2 


12/23/91 


A 


1 




G 


M23 


H 2 


6/10/81 


A 


IS 




N 


W2<, 



MONTHLY/AN 



4 L INDEX 

■i/Oi/Sl - li/31/8l 



NAMES 



PACE 17 



FORMtH HOSPITAL UPIICIAN PLFAOS GUILTY 

BIPKHEAOf PAPB4BA P. 

BEE STING COULD HAVE PEEN FATAL 

9IRNBA^H.^L_ A^^^ DEVILS SPOPTING PINK ALLIGATOR SHIPTS 

BIBTChETT, EVELYN M, 

SPARE-TIME WRITER SEES FRUIT OF LABOR 

BISSETTE. BOBBY IMIDOLESEXI 

MIDDLESEX MAYOR ACCUSED OF ASSAULT 

BITTING. ELIZABETH 

TMO ARRESTED IN BREAK-IN ON W. CLU8 
POLICE PROBE REPORT OF STRI'ING 

BITTLE, CaLLIE BELLE I SNOh CAMPI 

LIBERTY MAN IS HELD IN HOUBLE SLAYING 
HEARING SET IN TuO SLAYINGS 

BIVENS. WILLIAM 0. JR. IBLUEFIELO, M. V4.I , ^ „ 

""■= .They STILL 0-^N'T KNOW "E • : CREDIT CARDS DIDNT HELP 

JUDGE CONTINUES TO BOSTON 

TAXICAB CUSTOMER RESPONSIBLE FOR FA1E 

BLACK. CANDACE 

RETARDED MAN HELPS RESCUE SISTER IN POOL 
HANDICAPPED NEPHEW A HERO 
RESCUE WINS CITAIIOM 
MITCHELL GETS HERO AWARD 
HANDICAPPED hFRO 

BLACK. CHESTER OP. 

EXTENSION SERVICE DIRECTOR NAMED 

BLACK. CLARENCE 

peaches: harvest HAS BEGUN IN THE SANDHILLS 

BLACK, DAVID (CHAPEL HILLI ^, ,,„^, 

CHAPEL HILL MAN SAYS SHOTS FIRED 

BLACK, EOwARO MRS. 

SYMPHONY CHAPTER BEGINS CAMPAIuN 

°'""''' SURPRISE CANDIDATES FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 
TEACHER EVALUATIO'lS DISCUSSED 
a VYING FOR THREE SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 
3 STAY ON SCHOOL BOARD 
3 KEEP SCHOOL bOARO SEATS 

BLACK, JANET WARD 

MISS NORTH CAROLINA TO PE CROWNED TONIGHT 

SLACK, JIMMY 

PATIENTS GIVE ONC'S DOCTOR UNUSUAL YEAR 

BLACK PAID DUES 

BIG APPLE OFT-BITTEN BY CAROLINA 



VA. JUDGE 



S I 

E L 
C PG L 



S 2 9/lO/ai 

H 2 9/21/91 

H 2 9/l(i/8l 

H 2 9/30/ai 

H 2 7/19/ai 



H 2 6/03/ni 
S 2 6/03/81 



H 2 9/2'./ni 
H I 9/25/ni 



H 2 8/25/ni 
S 2 a/2S/8l 
H 2 9/0(i/8l 



H 7 0/25/81 

S 2 6/26/ai 

H 2 9/u/ni 

S 2 9/11/81 

H 2 9/17/81 

H 2 12/17/91 

H 1 6/05/81 

S 2 10/02/81 

H 2 9/21/91 



H 2 10/0 3/81 

H 2 10/13/81 

S 2 10/30/81 

H 2 U/D<./91 

S 2 U/O'./al 



A 


*. 




L 




B 


1 


T 


F 


L30 


D 


3 


P 


U 


H<.5 


A 


17 




N 




A 


1 1 




N 





B 1 P 
A 15 



28 
1 



N 
N 

L 

N *5* 

L 
N 
N 



A 


5 


N XU 


A 


1 ? 


N M23 


A 


6 


N M23 


B 


1 


N "2 3 



S 2 6/27/91 A 15 P N 



H 2 5/15/91 
S 2 12/01/81 
H 2 12/15/91 



C <. 
E 2 
B 2 P 



BLACK, PERCY IG0L0S80R0I 

INMATE STABBED TO DEATH 

BLACK, RICHARD LEONARD (MIAMI. FLA.) 

FBI NABS 2 FOR FLORIDA BANK ROBBERY 

BLACK. ROBERT GAINFS JR. 

obituary: ROBERT BLACK 

BLACK. ROLAND 

POLICE SEARCHING FOR MISSING MAN 

CAR OF MAN REPORIEO MISSING IS FOUND 

2 CHARGED IN SLAYING 

2 CHARGED WITH MURDER 

SUSPECTS IN KILLING GET LAWYERS 

BLACK. WALT 

CAVS- AIR ATTACK CATCHES UNC OFF GUARD 
aCC HONORS YELLDTT 

BLACKBURN, CYNDY 

HUNTER DOUGLAS HADE SWEET OFFER 

BLACKBURN. G. H. 

BLACKBURN IS Chairman 

BLACKLEY. ROY 

ADVOCATES OF RETARDED UPSET BY FIRING 

WHY WAS SHE FIRFD? 

FORCED RESIGNATION ANGERS GROUP 



BLACKMtN. MARK 

IN The kitchen, in living ROOM, 



■THERE HE WAS ' 



BLACKMON. Charles 

■CUIST CONFESSES. 



■I EAT RIBS ANO CHICKEN. TOO' 



BLACKSTOCk, LARRY DARNELL ( EDEN I 

MINISTER HELD HOSTAGE DURING ROBBERY SHOT 

BLACKSTOCK. QDELL (EDcNl 

EDEN MAN CONFESSES TO SLAYING IN 19'.6 
VIRGINIA OFFICERS RELEASE MAN 

BLACKWELL. FRANCINE M. 

READING PROGRAM WINNERS 

BLACKWELL. KARL 

BLACKWELL HAS SWING OF IT 

LONG LAYOFF NO OBSTACLE FOR EMORY 

BLACKWELL. MARION BROOKS (HURDLE MILLS. N.C.I 
OBITUARY 

BLACKWELL. NORMA 

WARRANTS NAME CHOIR DIRECTOR 

GRAHAM Charged with making calls 

JUDGE DISMISSFS GRAHAM'S CHARGES 
GRAHAM CASE DISMISSED 

BLACKWELL. WALLACE C. 

DEADLINE: NCCU MUST RECONSTRUCT LOAN FILES 



S 2 a/Dl/91 

S 2 U/27/81 

S 2 11/10/91 

H 2 5/15/91 



S 2 10/29/91 
H 2 10/29/91 
S 2 10/29/81 
H 2 10/30/81 
H 2 10/31/81 



H 2 11/15/8 1 
S 2 11/17/Bl 



H 2 5/10/91 
S 2 9/21/91 



c 


a 




N 




B 


7 




N 




C 


a 









c 

B 
A 

B 

A 


1 
I 
1 
1 
1 1 




N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


U57 
M51 


B 
6 


5 
3 


P 
P 


F 
N 


M71 





I 1 


P 


F 


F7B 



H 
H 
H 


2 


9/2'./91 
9/28/81 
9/26/81 


6 
A 

B 


1 
I 


P 


N 

E 

N 


G53 


H 


2 


12/06/81 


E 


2 


P 


F 


H<,5 


H 


2 


9/07/81 


B 


1 


P 


U 


S36 


H 


2 


U/21/ei 


A 


5 




N 




H 
H 


2 
2 


6/19/81 
9/26/81 


C 
A 


4 
5 




N 
N 




H 


2 


a/20/81 


A 


20 


P 


P 


S76 


H 
H 


2 


7/05/91 
7/06/81 


B 



3 
1 


P 
P 


F 
N 


P07 
P07 


H 


2 


8/19/ei 


A 


11 









S 
H 
S 

H 


2 
2 
2 
2 


9/14/81 
9/15/81 
10/01/81 
10/02/81 


c 

A 

c 

A 


1 

3 

I 

10 




N 
N 
N 

N 


008 


H 


2 


9/17/81 


A 


1 




N 


H68 



HONTHLY/i 



NNUAL INOtX 

1/01/81 - U/ll/fll 



NAMES 



N f 

P DATE 



1 r 

L 1 

PG L P nvL 



8L*CK.*G00. ofTTY PARKE" (CARR80RQI 
OBITUARY 

BLACKUOQO, FRANCES 

PARK CONCERT WAS EXCELLENT 

BLACKwOOn, JOHN C. 

CIUNCIL VOTES TO REZQNE SITE FOB CONVENIENCE STORE 

PAT4 CLEARS FTR CONVENIENCE STJOE 

CAMPUS HILLS NOT TO RECEIVE PARK 

COUNCIL DEFERS ZONING CASE 

COUNCIL AGAIN DELAYS OEZONING BID 

COUNCIL DENIES ZONE CHANGE 

BLACKi«0O0t MARGARET 
OBITUARY 

BLAIR* ANNE 

SHE ENJOYS 'ONE-TO-ONF' CRISIS INTERVENTION 

LAST BOUNO? DURHAM 9CXING PROGRAM FACES UNCERTAIN FUTURE 

BLAIR. KENNETH PAUL I HOPE MILLSI 

MAN IDENTIFIED AS K. P. BLAIR OF HOPE MILLS 

BLAIRt PAULA 

HE'S POSITIVE MEETING WAS TRULY 'ACT OF GOO.' 

BLAKEt AMANDA 

•MISS KITTY' COMES TO DURHAM 

BLAKE. CHARLES HENRY DR. I H ILLSBOROUGH I 
BLAKE. HISTORIAN. SUCCUMBS AT 80 



SLAKE. MARCI 

HAN GRABS DAY'S RECEIPTS 

WARRANTS OBTAINED AGAINST I OFFICERS 

POLICE PROBE CHARGE AGAINST OFFICERS 

ARRfSTS OF Two PSOS UPSET FELLOW OFFICERS 

LASSITE" BACKS OFFICERS 

OFFICERS' TBIAL DELAYED 

WOMAN IS CONVKTEO 

JUDGE CONVICTS WOMAN FOB ASSAULT 

JUDGE STILL hEaBING PSO CASE 

two officers cle-red; file jio.ooo suit 
officers file suit after charges dropped 
keeping the faith 

blalolk. deborough g- 

library. speech incomparable 

blalock. thomas c. dr. 

official notes decline in blacks 

blalock. william albert 

OBI ruARY 

BLANCHARD, MARGARET 

ADOIIION TO LIBRARY IS BEING COMPLETED 

BLAND, PAUL 

FORMER CITY COUNCILMAN LEAVES JOB WITH STATE 

BLAND. REUBEN C. 

MARTIN COUNTY MAN SIRED S^t CHILDREN 

BLAND. VIOLA WILLIAMS 
OBI IU<RY 

BLANKEN5H1P. LINOY BERN 

LAST GAMBLING RAID CHARGES DISMISSED 
GAKELING DISMISSED 

BLANKENSHIP. HARK 

CHRISTIAN MUSICAL DEBUT SCHEDULED AT GREY STONE 

BLANKS. DON 

CONTRASTS STALK CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT RIVALS 
FOUL MOOOS. FOUL WEATHER FOLLOW PLAY 
DEBATE MARS MATCH 

BLANTON. JOHN T. REV- 
FLATTOPS 'OUT' FOREVER. FORMER BARBER SAYS 

BLANTON. KENNETH ISHELBYJ 

THREE TAB HEELS APE SENTENCED 
JUDGE ALTERS SENTENCE IN GUN CASE 

BLANTON. WILLIAM y.. 

NON-GROUP HFALTH CARE RATES TO INCREASE 

BLAZER, DAN G. DR. 

DUKE SETS TALK ON DEPRESSION 

DEGRESSION: THAT LOW-DOWN FEELING MAY NOT BE THE BLUES 

BLEDSOE. KENNETH 

INMATE MISSING FROM GUESS RD. 

BLEVINS. RICHARD 

TWO HIKERS FEARED SLAIN 

BLOCK c JOHN 

NO ATTEMPT SEEN SOON TO ABOLISH LEAF ALLOTMENTS 
CALIFORNIA FRUITFLIES ICARTOONI 

BLOCK SAYS HE WILL FIGHT TOBACCO SUPPORT CUTS 
BLOCK'S BACKING MAY SAVE TOBACCO SUPPORT PROGRAM 
SOME LEAF GROWERS WILL HAVE TO SEEK STORAGE SPACE 

BLOCK. NORMAN E. ICHAPEL MILL! 

BLOCK AND FORD TO SERVE AS CHAMBER DIRECTORS 

BLOCKER^ MARILEw 

...fUT MICKEY IS STILL ALIVE AND WELL! 

BLONOINv JtLL tMONBOfl 

Pli TOSSED INTO FACE OF REPORTER 

UNION COUNTY WORKER FINED FOR PIE-TOSSING 

BLOUNT. POY 



H 2 8/!0/ni 
H 2 9/21/81 



H 2 5/O'^/ei 

S 2 5/05/»l 

S 2 6/05/81 

H 2 U/03/ei 

S 2 U/03/81 

H 2 11/17/81 



H 2 9/l',/8l 

H 2 S/Ol/Rl 

H 2 u/oa/fli 

H 2 7/l<./Bl 

H 2 8/02/81 

S 2 5/20/81 

H 2 12/lO/Rl 

H 2 12/02/81 

S 2 8/28/81 



H 2 a/03/81 

S 2 8/03/81 

H 2 8/D6/81 

S 2 8/06/81 

S 2 9/09/81 

H 2 9/15/81 

S 2 9/15/81 

S 2 9/22/81 

H 2 9/23/81 

S 2 9/23/Rl 

S 2 9/25/81 



S 2 11/10/81 
H 2 12/31/81 
H 2 10/18/81 



8 1 


N C19 


C 1 


N 054 


C 1 


P N 054 


8 1 


N S51 


e 1 


N K90 


B 1 


N 551 



2 P F H<.5 

1 P F G19 
1 1 N 

2 P F H45 



1 

27 
ID 



N F57 



1 P N 


A54 


1 N 


lis? 


6 N 




1 N 




9 N 




1 N 


115 Z 


1 N 


851 


I N 





H 


1 7/17/61 


B 


1 


P 


N H60 


H 


2 6/24/81 


B 


1 


p 


N G53 


s 


2 10/08/81 


B 


7 




U J 50 


H 


2 9/13/81 


A 


2D 







H 

s 


2 5/07/81 
2 5/0 7/ a I 


A 
C 


1 
1 




N asi 

N 



H 2 5/09/81 A 



H 2 7/03/91 
H 2 7/04/81 
S 2 7/04/81 



H 2 5/10/81 C 



1 P N P07 

2 P N S9l 
8 P F25 



H 2 10/08/81 
H 2 10/29/81 



17 
3 



S 2 12/30/8 1 C 



H 2 11/27/81 
H ; 12/04/81 



H 2 5/08/81 
H 2 9/in/81 



H ■! 6/30/8 1 
H 2 7/15/81 
H 2 T/21/B1 



Si 


10/21/81 
U/12/81 


A 
B 


1 P N 
6 N 


S 2 


12/14/81 


A 


7 N 


H 2 


12/11/81 


D 


1 P F W6e 


H 2 
H 2 


5/27/81 
6/09/81 


a 

A 


5 P N 
9 N 



■^^ 



BUMMfiniAimnHHHHHim 



»■■ ■■ wmEMummmaw " ^f ];||mf ||1 r 



INDEX 

u/31/ai 



PACe \f 

1/11/82 



SADNESS «NC SIN ABOUND IN GOOD SJUTHEON WRITING 



BLUE. fFflE "ERCER 
031 TuAKY 

BLUE. JAME^ 

COUNCIL VOTES TP OEZQNE SITE FJP CONVENIENCE STORE 

NCCU Off ICIAL auITS 

CHANCELLOR SEEKS TIGHTER POLICY ON ATTENDANCE 

BLUM, SHfLLEV 

CONTROLLERS TO APPEAL NOTICES 

BLUNK, JOEL 

BLUE DEVIL P'JNNERS SHOW OFF ASSETS 

BLUNT, RUSSELL 

BLUNT'S TRACK RECORO LONG 

BOARD, JOHN ARNOLD JR. (RICHMOND, VA.I 
Two GET RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS 
RHODES AWARDS GO TO DUKE, UNC STUDENTS 

B0B8ITT, EUGENE SHITH 

TWO ASSAULT, ROB CUSTOMER 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT 

B096ITT, JOtCE 

PRESS -BIGGER PROBLEM' THAN HELL'S ANGELS 

BOBdITT, L. R. 

DURHAM APARTMENT RENTALS DROP 'rX 

BOBBITT, M. C. "DADDY BABBIT" 

WEDDING IS SET FOR FERRIS WHEEL 



(HILLSBOROUGHI 



BOBBITT, MILDRED E. 
OBITUIRY 

BOBBITT, mjTH GARDEN 
OBITUARY 

BOCK, CINDY 

LET'S GO BULLS! 

BOCK, PETE 

BULLS PROMOTInN POLICY IRKS DAD 

ATTENDANCE PADDING APPAREITLY PART OF THE GAME 

BOCKHORN. Glen 

DEFEAT UNPLEASANT RETURN FOR BOCKHORN 

aCG IN NATIONALS TODAY; BOCKHORN TO RICHMOND 



BOLENGER, MARK 

HERBERT: ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS UNFOUNDED 

BOLLES, RICHARD N. 
IF YOU CHART A 



COURSE. BARS TO LEARNING OPEN 



POLLING, CHARLES 

DUKE'S BOLLING TAKES EIGHTH IN NCAA GOLF 
DUKE'S BULLING ALL-AMERICA 

BOILING, STEPHEN 

■MISUNDERSTANDING' CLOUDS LYNNHAVEN 

BOLOGNESI, OANI OR. 

VIRUSES, IMMUNE DEFENSES TEAMED TO BATTLE TUMORS 
VIRUS MAY HELP IN CANCER CURE 

BOLTON, CECIL TERRY IR0X80R0I 

KIDNAPPING TRIAL MOVED TO VANCE 
CECIL BOLTON SENTENCED TO PRISON 
BOLTON GETS 2D-YEAR TERMS 

BOLZER, Charles Sylvester ihillsbooqughi 

OBITUARY 

BONAR, JOY 

LIBERALS ADVOCATE FREE CHOICE ON ABORTION 

BONAVENTURA, LORRAINE 

FROM MOUNTAINS TO SEA 

BOND, AMBROSE L. 

<< ARRESTED FOR IRUGS 

* ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID 

BONO. CHRISTINE M. 
OBITUARY 

BOND. JULIAN 

DESPITE CHANGES. BOND SAYS KLAN IS STILL A THREAT 
POLICE NEGLIGENCE CHARGED IN 1979 GREENSBORO DEATHS 
KLAN RECRUITING IN SCHOOLS. EDUCATORS TOLD 

BONO. RUTH 

RUTH BOND IS STATE FINALIST 

BONOS. IVORY 

FIRE DAMAGES DUPLEX 

BONDS. LOU 

PLAUDITS TO THE JUDGE 
LAWYER FACES ASSAULT CHARGE 

BONDURANT. STUART 

UNC FlCULTY PAY BOOSTS DUE JAN. 1 

80NDY. LISA 

PLANE CRASHES; fjuR INJURED 

TWO CRITICAL AFTER PLANE CRASHES ON TAKEOFF 

PROFESSORS HURT IN CRASH 

PILOT OF CRASHED PLANE DIES 

PLANE CRASH VICTIM DIES 

BONOY. STEPHEN 

PLANE CRASHES; FOUR INJURED 

Two CRITICAL AFTER PLANE CRASHES ON TAKEOFF 

PROFESSORS HURT IN CRASH 



N E 

P 

H 2 

H 1 

H Z 



H 2 
H ? 
S 2 



S 2 
S 2 

H 2 



DATE 
11/22/'?! 

a/ie/81 

10/03/Bl 



5/u5/ei 
(>/iB/ai 
6/ia/Bi 



8/io/ai 
u/09/ei 

9/06/81 



H 2 
S 2 



S 2 
H 2 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



12/21/81 
12/23/81 



12/2',/ai 
12/25/81 



7/0«/ai 

■)/12/8l 

lO/21/ai 

9/oi/ni 

12/28/81 
8/05/81 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H ? 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



6/07/81 
8/27/81 



7/2'./81 
9/0<./ai 



10/11/81 
0/29/81 
9/08/81 



5/31/81 
6/D7/81 



H 2 7/3D/B1 a 1 



P tlYL 
V S36 



N C19 

N 

N 56 1 

N 583 

F F25 

F S71 

N 
N 

N 
U 

N L30 

N S83 

N 





P T37 

L 

N M71 

N M7I 

N 

U H*.? 

N K90 

F 

N 

N P07 

N W36 



H 2 
H 2 



H 1 
H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



S 2 
H 2 



6/28/81 
7/20/81 



s/u/ai 

T/l'./fll 
7/l<./81 



10/20/81 
7/27/81 

a/06/ai 



5/2D/81 
5/21/81 



2<. P 
1 



N W2<. 

N 




L 
P T37 

N 



H 2 8/19/81 A 11 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
h 2 



9/27/81 
10/03/81 
10/18/81 



5/27/81 
U/10/81 



9/16/81 
10/24/81 



20 P 
3 



1 
1 P 



H 2 ll/l<./ai A 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 



S 2 

H 2 
S 2 



6/05/81 
6/06/81 
6/06/81 
6/08/81 

6/oa/ai 



6/05/81 
6/06/81 
6/06/81 



1 P 

1 

3 



1 P 

1 

3 



N E<.6 
N E'.6 



N E<.6 
N E',6 

N 



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INDEX 

U/31/ni 



NAMES 



PACE JO 



PILOT OF C«»'jHEn PLANE DIES 
PLANE lBaSm net It DIES 

BONEY, CHAfiLIE 

DEATHS ANn FUNERALS 

BONI. HO^EBT DB. lARMCO I NTEONA T I ON AL I 
VISIT UNIUEOSITT 

BONILLA, E"IL» EPITH 

NEIALS euYE» IS CHARGED 
GUNMEN POP MANAGER AT HGME 

BONNFRt JACK DR. 

OU«E SELLS HIGHLAND HOSPITAL 

BONNETT, NEIL 

BONNtTT IN FRONT FOR WORLD 600 

BONNETT ON too POLE 

BONNETI SPRINTS PAST DARLINGTON FIELD 

BOOK, ED (BURLINGTnNI 

ASSAULT CHARGE IS FILED AGAINST BURLINGTON FOITOR 
BURLINGTON EOIIOR'S TRIAL DELAYED 

DURHAM JUOGF TO PRESIDE AT TRIAL OF BURLINGTON EDITOR 
BURLINGTON EDITOR FOUND GUILTY OF ASSAULT 

BOOKER, TONY (JOHNSTON COUNTY) 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLOS 'SLAVERY- CONVICTIONS 

BOONE, DOUGLAS MCKINLEY (GREENSBORO 1 
PERSON TEACHER IS CHARGED 

eOONE, GREG 

SLUE OEVIL RUNNERS SHOW OFF ASSETS 

MINI-BACKS Take PRESSURE OFF DUKE'S AIR ATTACK 

boone, sam moyle 

sam boone helpen builo unc • s microfilm library 

boone, william (boulevard plaza ownerl 

(Ientek now leasing 

renovations under way for new shopping center 

boone, william haywood jr. "texas tommy" 

'texas tommy,' strummer who oreamed of opry, dies 

booth, arthur and tomie 

this young marine brought sack bride 

booth, oebra 

vice sjuao conducts 2 raids 

booth, e»ic 

actor to give mark's gospel dramatuation 
gospel tale made live by booth performance 

BOOTH, ROBERT H. ""^Ol" 

chamber to "anage city of medicine dhlve 

chamber near hiring leader 

Expressway, hoiel-civic center at top of chamber priority list 

chamber: expand jobs program backing 

pye turns back liprary suggestion 

ChambFR TO PROMOTE ONE OF MICA'S SERVICES 

DURHAM ?U5INESS GROUP PUSHES IIRPORT BONO ISSUE 

YOU'RE BETTER OFF WITH A MAP 

HEALTH, A VACATION, NO TIES: 1 SURVEY OF HOLIDAY WISHES 

9QCTH, SHIRLEY LIPSCOM? 
OBITUARY 

B05IH, vICKI 

ThEt aid women WITH UNWANTED PREGNANCIES 



BOOZE, ROSA 

OBITUARY 



SORBELY - BROWN, JULIA 

STUDY TARGETS NEEDY GROUPS 



BORDEAUX, ART 

GOOD OLD-FASrtlONEO LEMONADE 



AND IT'S REAL! 
TAKE LOVE FOR GRANTED 



BORDEAUX, C. J. »EV. 

wIOCwEO: They won' 

BORDEAUX, MARIE SORRELL 
OBITUARY 

BOPOFaUX, MARVIN WELLONS 
OBITUARY 

BOREN, DAVID 

EniTORIAL PAGE SHCULD 3U I T BAITING HUNT 

BORG, 9J0RN 

MORRIS: wIMBLFDON = SOPHISTICATION 
GOLF VS. TENNIS 
BORG'S STREAK 

BORCEN, OLE E. (BI'HOPI 

BORGEN TO SPEAK AT CONVOCATION 

BORMAN, FRANK 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: "OREOVER 

BORSTELMAN, JOHN 
•SCRAP IRONY 



SELF-RIGHTEOUS 
JR. I8UTNERI 



BOSS, SAMUEL C. 
OBITUARY 

80ST, LAURA WILkELM 
OBITUARY 

BOST, TOBY 

BEETLES BACK AGAIN IN DURHAM 

SEVERE DRY SPELLS PREDICTED THRCUGH END OF CENTURY 

LANDSCAPE IS MAIN TOPIC OF SYMPOSIUM 

FROST NIPS DURHAM 

HAVE A NUTTY season: NUTS DRESS HOLIDAY TABLES, DESSERTS 

aOSTIC, DWIGHT 

MA>WELL, HORNETS TITLEISTS 

eOSWELLi EDWARD SONNY (BURLINGTON) 



S 2 
H 2 



6/09/91 
6/08/81 



H Z 
S 2 



H 2 
S 2 



6/2T/81 
ll/OT/ai 



5/10/Bl 
5/U/91 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



H I 

H I 

H 2 

H 2 



h 2 
H 2 



S 2 
S 2 



5/22/ai 
5/22/81 
9/08/91 



11/20/91 
12/01/91 
12/2 1/9 1 
12/22/81 



8/0 1/91 
10/31/91 



ll/O'S/ai 
11/12/91 



H 2 9/27/91 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 
5 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



'. 2 
K 2 
S 2 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



10/21/91 
10/22/81 



8/05/81 

8/2 8/91 

1 1/03/81 



11/28/91 
12/11/91 



5/01/81 

5/01/91 

5/29/81 

7/03/91 

8/26/81 

10/01/91 

12/09/91 

12/21/91 

12/24/81 



7/2A/81 
9/D6/91 

10/09/91 
9/09/ei 
7/01/81 
6/07/81 
7/15/81 
9/29/81 

10/06/81 



6/22/81 
6/23/81 
7/D2/81 



10/24/ai 
12/03/81 
10/30/81 
11/1<>/81 
7/18/81 



6/23/81 

7/05/81 

8/30/81 

10/20/81 

12/23/81 



PG L 

1 
1 



5 2 7/30/91 A 



P 1YL 

N MO", 

N 



P T37 

N 

N 



1 P 

2 P 
1 P 



2 
2 P 



10 

1<. 



2 P 

1 



1 

1 P 

2 P 



3 P 

2 

2 



F F2'i 

u Dia 



7 P 
6 P 



N 
N 



F S56 

N U57 

N 

U A20 



5 P 
3 



K F7a 

N 054 

M 

N S56 

N 

N =78 

N S83 

F H09 

F F78 





G 330 



N S83 

F S36 

F B30 







F 018 

U C71 
U D19 



I 1 
1 



1 
19 P 

10 P 
1 P 
1 P 



N F30 
F G78 
F G78 
N DOB 

F J06 



H 2 10/07/ni C 2 P N 



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MONTMLY/* 



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12/31/11 



NAMES 



PAGE !\ 
l/n/92 



obituary: EDmakD BDSxELL 

GPuUP PLANS JIJNF RALLY TO MFLP ATLANTA CHILDREN 
RALLY TO FOCUS ON CHILOREN 

.' fEET IN TALLAOEGA 500 THRILLER 

eullCHEPi RICHARD D". 

CLUE FQUN5 TO TOtATING Cf 

aOUGARO. CATHERINE PIt»L1T MARIE 

OBITUARY: C«IHE01NE PIEPLOT H«RIE BOJOABD 

BOULTON, DONALD A. 

PANEL TO PROO*^ RACISM AT UNO 

BOULTON, MARILYN 

ORANGE GROUPS FIELDING CANDIDATES 

MRS. BOULTON, PASOUINI ENTER CmAPEL HILL RACE 

MS. LEWIS WITHDRAWS FPOM CARRBOPO RACE 

SURPRISE CANDIDATES FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 

CHAPEL HILL HOPEFULS FACE MOUSING 

2 CHAPEL HILL INCUMBENTS LOSE 

MICHEO TAXES «EY TO CHAPEL HILL ELECTIONS 

TOWN COUNCIL MEMBERS TO BE SWORN IN TONIGHT 

BOULTON, ROBERT HAOULD 

DURHAM MAN DOES 'REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR* 

GRIEF TURNS INTO JOY 

CHAOS fOLLJWEn JAPANESE ATTACK 

BOUL-ACE, C. EL.OOn 

DURHAM TO BE REPRESENTEO AT CONFERENCE FOR ELDERLY 

DELEGATES PREPARE FOR SESSION 

SENIOR CITIZENS OPPOSE BUDGET CUTS AT MEETING 

SENIOR CITIZENS' DELEGATES RAP REAGAN 

OCIA SELECTS NANCYE BRYAN AS NEW PRESIDENT 

EX-COUNCILMAN ROSBEO Of TV 

BOUTWELL, GRACE 

EXAMPLES OF KINDNESS ALMOST AS MOVING 

eOHOEN, JUNIOUS 
OBITUARY 

BQWOEN, WILLIAM ICANDOPI 

HAN KILLED AFTER CmASE 

SOWE, JESS J. 

BOwE ENTERS SHERIFF'S RACE 

aOWE WILL MAKE 2N0 EFFORT FOR SHERIFF'S OFFICE 

BOWEN, MAMIE THOMAS 
061 TUARY 
OBITUARY 

BOWENS, H. CURTIS 

DENTIST LOSES MEDICAID RULING 

8QUENS, RICHARD 

YOuTh on FORK LIFT FALLS OFF, IS RUN OVER 
FOftKLIFT RUNS OVER DURHAM MAN 
IN STABLE CONDITION 

BOWERS, CLAUCE T. GEN. 

MILITARY CENTER TO BE DEDICATED 

BOWERS, JEFFREY E. 

BOwERS WINS SCHOLARSHIP 
DURHAM HAN WINS AWARD 

BOWERS, LELA HORNS (UNION CO. I 

■OMAN OIES, CHILDREN INJURED IN MONROE ACCIDENT 
N.C. WOMAN OIES IN ACCIDENT 

BOWERS, MARGARET M. "DIANA" 

COUNCIL DENIES ;ONE CHANGE 

COUNCIL UNANIMOUSLY BACKS CITY OF MEDICINE SLOGAN 

EVANS NAMED DURHAM'S MAYOR EMERITUS 

NEW COUNCIL MOVES FAST 

BONERS, WILLIAM H. DR. 

TREATMENT ADVISED FOR ALL HAND INJURIES 

BOWIE, ROBERT (CLEVELANDI 

THREE MEN SEEK DAMAGES IN MCOOHFLL PRISON BLAZE 

BOWLES, HARGROVE "SKIPPER" 

FOLKS ABOUND HERE: REPORT FROM BOHEMIA 



DATE 


c 


PC 


I 

L 
L 


1 

P BYL 


5/a<i/ai 


B 


e 







5/U/81 

6/aA/ai 


c 

c 


1 
I 




N OS' 

N 054 


8/03/fll 


B 


2 


p 


N 



H 2 

H 2 12/17/81 A 7 N 

H 2 5/1 1/11 B 6 

H 2 12/12/81 B 1 N 



H 


2 


8/26/Sl 


A 


15 


N 


XI I 


H 


2 


9/25/81 


A 


1 2 


P N 




H 


2 


10/02/81 


A 


1 7 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


10/03/81 


A 


5 


N 


XU 


S 


? 


10/31/31 


A 


1 


N 


W3(> 


H 


2 


ll/0<./81 


H 


1 


N 


W36 


S 


2 


U/O'./Bl 


( 


1 


N 


W(h 


H 


2 


12/14/81 


A 


a 


N 


M36 


S 


2 


12/07/8 


A 


1 


G 




S 


2 


12/07/8 


A 


1 


P F 


U57 


s 


2 


12/08/8 


A 


1 


P G 




H 


2 


7/15/81 


fl 


7 


N 


M0<. 


s 


2 


7/17/BI 


( 


1 


N 


H0<, 


s 


2 


7/2<./81 


1 


I 


N 


HQi, 


H 


2 


7/25/81 


B 


't 






H 


2 


U/21/31 


A 


f 


N 




H 


2 


12/23/81 


B 


6 


N 




H 


2 


11/21/81 


A 


1 


G 


V05 



H 2 ll/i3/81 a 8 
H 2 6/2'./81 A 8 N 



H 2 12/11/81 B 1 P N S51 
S 2 12/11/81 C 1 N 



2 9/03/81 
2 9/04/81 



It 
12 



H 2 9/19/81 A 10 



H 2 7/22/81 B 1 
5 2 7/22/81 C 1 
S 2 7/23/81 C 1 



H 1 12/03/81 B 1 



S 2 9/23/81 A II 
S 2 10/17/81 A 11 



S 2 12/13/81 
H 2 12/19/81 



H 2 11/17/81 B 1 N S51 

5 2 U/17/81 B 1 N K90 

H 2 12/08/81 B 1 N S51 

S 2 12/08/81 C 1 N K90 



H 2 6/25/81 C 13 N 

H 2 7/23/81 A 18 N 

H 2 6/18/81 B 1 U 

H 2 5/13/81 All 



H 2 b/n/Bl C ". N 
S 2 4/17/81 All N 



H 2 6/06/81 A 8 



BOWLING, EVIE OAKLEY 

obituary: EVIE BOWLING 

BOWLING, HERMAN FRANKLIN 

DURHAM MAN GIVEN PROBATION IN SHOOTING DEATH OF LANDLORD 
JUDGE RULES SLAYING WAS IN SEL F-OEFE'JSE 

BOWLING, LIZZIE ANDREWS 

obituary: lizzie BOWLING 

BOWMAN, ROBERT 

LONG ROAD TO TRAVEL: STATE PITCHER WILLING TO GO THE DISTANCE FOK A GAME H 2 7/26/81 8 3 

BOWMAN, WILLIE ODELL "BILL" REV. lARCHDALEI 
N.C. EVANGELIST SHOT TO DEATH 

AflCHDALE PREACHER KILLED AT REVIVAL IN LOUISIANA 
MAN INDICTED IN SHOOTING OF EVANGELIST 
ARRAIGNMENT DELAYED IN SLAYING 
DEFENDANT PLEADS INSANITY IN DEATH OF N.C. MINISTER 

BOWRON, EDGAR PETERS 

DEDICATION NOW! THEY'LL MOVE THE ART LATER 

ART MUSEUM DIRECTOR FLAYS BUILDING DELAY 

THOMAS WHITE TO STUDY DISPUTES ON ART MUSEUM 

ART MUSEUM DIRECTOR STEPS INTO HORNETS' NEST 

ARTISTS WANT N.C. EXHIBIT BACK 

ART MUSEUM MORALE REPORTEDLY LOW 

STAFF TO BEGIN MOVING INTO NEW ART MUSEUM 

BOWSER, Charles 

BOwSER - OUR SEASON ON THE LINE 
BOWSER'S LIFE CENTERS ON TEAMWORK 

BOX, KLAV 



s 

H 
H 
S 
H 


2 

2 
2 
2 

2 


10/06/81 
10/07/81 
10/21/81 
10/28/81 
11/04/81 


B 
B 
C 

c 

A 


9 

6 

14 

6 

8 




N 
N 
N 
N 
N 




H 
H 
H 
S 
H 

s 

H 


2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


5/22/81 

8/08/Bl 

8/25/fll 

9/02/81 

U/06/SI 

12/14/81 

12/18/81 


D 
A 

B 
A 

A 
A 


1 
18 
10 

8 
15 


D 

P 
P 


F 
N 
N 
N 
U 
N 
N 


G68 
G53 
053 

G68 


s 

H 


2 
2 


9/22/81 
10/23/81 


a 

c 


2 
1 


P 
P 


F 
F 


F25 

M71 



MONrHLY/AN 



, 4 L INDEX 

5/oi/ai - ii/31/m 



BUSING RILL NOr TO 4FFECT DURHAM 

DUSMAH SCNDTL ei/S WRECK! SURGE 

I.MT BLAME WRECK ON SPECIAL STUDE'lT? 

OFFICIALS CHECKING HOroeiSTS PASSING STOPPED SCHOOL BUS 

COLD WEATHER BRINGS HEAT ON POLICY 

BOYCEi CHRISTOPHER 

*A PRETTY 'JEaT GUY* 

BOYCE. EUGENE 

PRISON INMATE FILES SUIT AGAINST EX-LAWYER 

BOYCE. JOHANNA 

DANCE TAKES A DIP AT FESTIVAL 

OLD DANCE BOUNDARIES PUf.HEO 

NUDE DANCE SURPRISES FESTIVAL AUDIENCE 

DANCES STRIP AWAY CONVENTIONS 

DANCE MAKES A SPLASH 

BOYCE. WILLIAM C. JR. 

JUDGE REFUSES TO ENJOIN BOYCE 
JUDGE REFUSES INJUNCTION 

BOYChER. TOOn 

KNIGhTS IN SPOTL ICHT 

BOYD. CARL MAYFIFLD IGOlDS^OPOI 
N.C. MAN KILLS HIMSELF 

BOYD. HA^EL 

NURSERY GROUP SEEKS BUILDING 
NURSERY BUILDING SOUGHT 

BOYD. JESSIE MAE GLOSSON 

OeiTuARY: MRS. JESSIE BOYD 

BOYD. JOYCE 

LABiER FACES ASSAULT CHARGE 

CURMAM LAWYFR FACES ASSAULT CHARGF 

LAWYER'S HEARING SET FOP NOV. 10 

HEAPING SET FOR LAWYER 

JUDGE DISMISSES SEXUAL CHARGES AGAINST LAWYER 

90Y0. LARRY 

LARRY BOYD IN HER«LD-SUN GOLF TOURNAMENT 

aOYD lEacing Sup-par crew in qualifying 

BOYD ONLY CONTENDER FOR H-S MEDAC 

BOYD. ROBERT 0. 

PROGRAM TO ASSESS TEACHERS 

BOYO. RuTm 

PROPERTY Owners start paying city. 



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BOYD. Thomas 

Ex-AtT officer tg turn himself In 

BOYER. CHRIS 

CITY MAY SELL TREFS TO FINANCE ARBORIST 
RECYCL ING NATURE 

BOYER. ROBFRT F^GENE 

FELON SAYS AFFa:]AVITS FALSIFIED 
Two SAY wIT-ESS CHANGING STORY 
PAIR DENIED NEW TRIAL IN SLAYING 

80YETTE. NORMAN 

HIS INVENTIONS HELP DISABLED 



80YETTE. 

I WO 



.ILLIAM E. 

JAILED FOP 



: ID-RIGGING 



80YKIN. OPHELIA ISANFOROI 

WOMAN CHARGED IN SLAYING 

BOYKIN. RuTh RQBFRTS 

WOMAN DIES AFTER COLLISION 
ACCIDENT SCENE IN DURHAM 
WOMAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

SOYKINS, hATTIE FANNIE COLEMAN 
OBI TUAftY 

BOYKINS. JOHNNY MARVIN 

PROGRAM Cutting tobacco thefts 

BOYLES, HARLAN 

BOYLES SAYS SOME PUBLIC FUNDS ARE IDLE 
G'LLOWS HUKOR 

BRACKETT. Charles ITIMBERLAKFI 

ERaCkETT'S VICTORY GARDEN: WATCHING MAKES IT GROW 

9RACY, PAULETTA B. 

BRACY GETS NCCU POST 

8RAJF0B0, JAMES H. SR. 
uBl'uARY 

BRAOFGRO. July 

LUAkDS HAVE Purj OF GALLERY AT 0U« E 

BRADFORD. MEIVIN IIExaSi 

BENNETT MAY FACE "ARTISAN FIGHT FOR HUMANITIES POST 
BRAOLEY, DUDLEY 

'THAR'S GOLD IN THEM THAR HEELS' 

OLD TAR HEELS NEVER CHANGE 

BRAOLEY. Ri;bFCCA 

MUSEUtl GIVING OWL A SECOND CHANCE 

BRADLEY, SCOfT 

YANKS LAND BRADLEY 
BASEBALL NOTEBOOK 

3RA05KAW, FRED KENNETH 

MAN LEADS OFFICERS ON 2-COUNTY CmASE 
OFFICERS ARREST MAN AFTER CHASE 

BRAOSHAa. HERBERT 

pS^^SsE'iiiSs'^s^v^Riior '""""- ""•'■ "" " ■'"■'- ■°'' 

BRAOSHAw. Thomas 

AMTRAK SERVICE IN N.C. BACKED BY BRAOSHAw 



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S 2 12/07/81 C 

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h 2 8/26/81 A 
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N 008 
N 00 8 



N 008 
N 008 



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H 2 7/10/ai 8 P R L3<> 

H 2 7/U/31 A 1 N 

H 2 7/ll/Sl a 1 R L3<. 

S 2 7/16/81 D 2 P R 871 



H 2 9/16/81 B 1 
S 2 9/16/81 C 15 



N B51 



S 2 7/17/81 I P U CD'? 
H 2 10/01/81 C 13 N 



H 2 U/06/81 6 1 
S 2 11/06/81 A 12 



H 2 6/09/81 a 



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10/2<./8l 




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10/27/81 




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H 2 6/29/81 A 1 P P S76 
H 2 6/29/31 B 2 N S91 
S 2 6/29/81 3 P N F25 



S 2 5/28/81 C 
S 2 8/l<>/ai C 
S 2 12/22/81 A 



S 2 6/01/8 I C 
S 2 6/DA/81 A 



H 2 6/20/81 A 13 
H 2 6/21/81 A 13 
H 2 ii/20/Bl B 5 



H 2 7/12/81 10 
H 2 I2/15/ni A 1 
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N 054 
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N B51 



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H 1 5/01/81 a 1 P P T37 

5 2 5/01/81 C 1 N 



H 2 7/13/ai C 2 
H 2 8/24/81 A 8 



H 2 12/02/81 t 10 
H 2 12/05/81 A 4 



K 2 8/02/81 E 1 P F S56 

S 2 9/24/8! A 13 N 

H 2 10/18/81 C 6 

S 2 6/25/81 4 P F F57 

H 2 12/23/81 a I P N 



H 2 3/30/81 B 1 P F M71 
H 2 8/30/81 a 8 P N MTl 



S 2 12/26/81 A 3 P N F30 



S 2 6/10/Bl 2 
S 2 6/13/81 A 9 



H 2 6/01/81 B 
S 2 6/01/81 A 



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; 2 8/08/81 A 3 



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rttOH.ir CHIFF iuITS AS CAS TAX MOVEHS 

bBADSHAu CANT ESCAPE FALLOUT OVES GASOLINE TAX 

6PA0SHAH F0« fONCESS ICAflTOQN) 

TPANSPOPTATIGN DEPAi^TMENT AUUITFO ANNUALLY 

THE TAX DEBATE AND ITS CATCH 21 

TAX OPPONENTS UNFAIR, INACCURATE 

FUNCS WILL 'iUlLO, UPGRAOE N.C. BOAOS 

HUNT -ULLS FUTURE PLANS. RAPS CONCR E S S IHN AL CLUfl 

N.C. OOT CANCELS CONTRACT LETTING 

3I0-RIGGING SAID COM-iON NATIONmIDE 

NEu POLICY ON TRANSPORTATION AGENCY VEHICLES CRITICUED 

BRADSHAH BIDS FaREnELL TO BOARD 

FAIR TREATMENT? 

aPASSHAH ASSAILS AO BY CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 

HIGHWAY FUND CRISIS SAID SURE TO RECUR 

BRADSHAW SAYS I**AGE MAY BE HURT BY SCANDaL 

BRaDSHAM says N.C. POST IS STILL OPEN 

BRADSHAW IS IJAHED TO POST 

LEE WON'T CHALLENGE ORADSHAH FOR POST 

BHAJSHAW* WILLIE 

CHANGE TO REOIIIRE DECISION ON SPORTS 
HILLSIDE STILL HAS 10 COACHING VACANCIES 
HILLSIDE'S BRADSHAW LOOKING FOR COACHES 

BRAOSHER. D'ARCY W. (ROXRDPO) 
BRAOShER FILES irj Rnx'^ORO 

SELF-PROCLAIMED WITCH LOSES MORGANTON MAYOR'S RACE 
ROXBORO ELECTS BRAOSHER MAYOR 

BRAOSHER. ROBERT ANTHONY (ROXBOROl 

OBITUARY: ROBERT ANTHONY IRADSHER 

BRaFFORD. ARCHIE AARON ISANFOROI 

SANFORD MAN DIES AFTER KILLING WIFE 

BRAFFORD, EVELENE HICKMAN lOLIVIAl 

SANFGRO MAN DIES AFTER KILLING WIFE 

BRAKE. ANGELA MICHELLE IWOODFINl 
GIRL STRUCK. KILLED 6Y TRUCK 

BRAME. JAMFS B. 

ARMED ROBBERS TAKE HANK DEPOSIT 

DURHAM BECOMES MEMBER OF CLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTEM 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

POLL SINGLES OUT ECONOMY, CRIME 

DEVELOPMENT IS TOP PRIORITY 

THANKS TO MANY WHO HELPED WITH RACES 

BRAHE. WILLIAM BOYD 

HOSPITAL OFFICIAL PLEADS INNOCENT TO CHARGES 
HOSPITAL OFFICIAL PLEADS GUILTY IN KICKBACK CASE 
HOSPITAL MAY BE LIABLE FOR REPAYMENTS 
THREE MEN ARE SENTENCED IN HOSPITAL KICKBACK CASE 

BRANCH* FRANK N. 

CHIEF JUSTICE REPORTS NEPHEW HAS COURT JOB 

BAANCh. JOSEPH 

Chief justice reports nephew has court job 

branch: crime prevention BEGINS WITH CHILDREN 

parental role is challenging 

broadcasters want cameras in courtrooms 

court wouldn't give s pl i t -d i sth i ct advice 

n.c. supreme court to dfcioe on tv cameras in courtrooms 

n.c. high court upholds denial of gag order 

branch, lynn jp . 

warren county man drowns in kerr lake 
man drowns in kerr lake 

branch, taylor 

the literacy lantern 

brandon, faith ihenoersoni 
man charged with death 

braniqn, j06y 

bbanion honorfo 

brannon, anthony 

defendant earned of rights before psych exam 

lawyers appeal ruling cn psych exam 

lawyers oppose evidence 

judge rules out death penalty in raleigh case 

bono reinstated in robbery case 

judge reinstates bono to tsc.ooo 

brannon, danny carl idavie, florida! 
2 more charged in cocaine lab raid 
synthetic cocaine lab s«id seizeo by agents 

branscompe, martha dp. 

2 die, fcpmfr professor hurt in wreck 
Cause of fatal wreck is undetermined 
condition is improving 

BRANTLEY, Charles r. 

FOR BRANTLEY, CCC SPELLED NEW LIFE 

BRANTLEY, CRYSTAL DAWN 

OBITUARY: CRYSTAL DAWN BRANTLEY 

BRANTON. JAMES HUBERT ICREENSBCROl 

SMOKING IN BED BLAMED FOR GREENSBORO DEATH 

BRASWELL. FRANK IPFNLANOI 

GOVERNMENT BRIEFS DETAIL ALLEGED NAZI BOMB PLOT 

NAZI CONSPIRACY CASE IS TAKING ODD TWISTS 

TAPE: 'WE WAS FIXIN' TO BOMB GREENSBORO' 

SECURITY TIGHT FOR NAZIS' TRIAL 

JUDGE WON'T DELAY NAZIS' TRIAL 

TRIAL OF 6 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 MISTRIAL IN CREE^'SBOnO CONSPIRACY CASE 

JUDGE DENIES NAZI TRIAL MOVE, POSTPONEMENT 

6 NAZIS FACE RETRIAL IN ASHEVILLE 

JURY IS SWORN IN FOR RETRIAL OF 6 ON CONSPIRACY CHARGES 



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5/21/81 






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6/13/8 




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6/18/8 






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H 7 


6/25/81 




23 


N 




S 7 


6/25/91 






N 




H 7 


11/26/81 




9 


N 




H 7 


12/24/81 




9 


N 




S 2 


12/26/81 




23 P 


N 





S 2 6/25/81 C 1 N 009 
S 2 8/13/81 C 2 N C09 
H 2 3/16/81 8 9 N S71 



H 1 9/05/fll C 1 N 
H 2 lD/OT/91 C 4 N 
H 1 lD/07/91 B 1 N 



H 2 5/04/81 6 8 
H 2 9/23/81 9 6 
H 2 9/23/81 a 6 



H 2 11/04/81 A 1 1 



S 2 7/07/91 A 3 



6/24/81 
6/25/91 
9/29/91 



S 2 10/30/31 



H 2 11/25/81 A 



N 



N 

N D08 



H 2 5/05/91 A 6 N 

S 2 7/11/81 A 13 N 

H I 7/15/81 B 1 N 

H 2 7/lS/ai A 5 N 



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S 2 


10/14/81 





3 


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H 7 


6/10/81 


a 


1 


N 


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H 7 


6/12/91 


H 


1 


N 


H5I 


S 7 


6/12/81 


A 


■i 


N 




H 7 


12/20/81 


( 


4 


N 




H 7 


12/30/91 


H 


1 


N 


B5I 


S 2 


12/30/81 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


5/03/91 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


6/03/91 


A 


16 


N 




S 7 


5/29/91 


r 


1 


N 




H 7 


5/29/91 


ft 


1 


N 




S 2 


5/29/91 


L 


I 


N 




H 2 


9/16/91 


C 


1 


> U 


L57 


H 2 


5/20/81 


A 


B 







H 2 


11/24/81 


A 


10 


N 




H 7 


5/13/81 


A 


17 


N 




M 7 


6/15/81 


A 


9 


N 




M 7 


6/24/91 


A 




N 




H 7 


7/04/81 


A 


1 S 


N 




H 7 


7/D7/81 


A 


1 4 


N 




H 2 


7/12/91 


A 


7 1 


N 




H 2 


7/14/91 


A 




N 




S 7 


7/14/81 


A 




N 




H 7 


7/15/81 


n 




N 




H 2 


7/16/81 


u 




N 




H 2 


7/17/81 


( 




N 




H 2 


7/19/91 


A 




N 




H 2 


7/19/91 


A 




N 




S 2 


9/01/91 


A 




N 




H 7 


9/13/91 


A 




N 




H 2 


9/15/91 


A 




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NAMES 



JIJ*V HE««5 TAPES If enMB OISC'ISSIOM 

JU-Y HEABS Tape Jf -(AM CLAIMING '0 rtAvE S.IURCE IN U.S. AGENCY 

oefenoant :,ays agent scared MER 

SU NAZIS fOoND guilty; 3 GET PRISON SENTENCES 



BRASaElLi "AURICE rjUOGEI 

JUDGE SETS EXECUTION AND 



'ITS Nf H LAH 



BKAiwELL. PATSr Iptm^jNOI , „ „ „ „, 

GOVERNMENT =RIEES DETAIL ALLEGED NAZI BDMB PLOT 
NAM CONSPIRACY CASE IS TAKING 000 THISTS 
SECURITY TIGmT CQR NAZIS' TRIAL 
JUDGE f.ON»I DELAY NAZIS' TRIAL 
TRIAL or t NAZI', 'E'.INS MONDAY 

JURY SELECTED Tn TRY b -(AZIS ON CONSPIRACY CHARGES 
NAZI TRIAL TESIIMTNY BEGINS 
AGENT SAYS NAZI DESCRIBED bOMfl PLANS 
PSuSeCuIlON RESTS IN NAZIS' TRIAL 
DEFENSE RESTS IN NAZIS' TRIAL 

DEC IKFRillGNS TO BESU"E TODAY IN NAZIS' TRIAL 
JUDGE DECLARES -ISTRIAL IN GREENSBORJ CONSPIRACY CASE 
6 rjAZIS FACE RETRIAL IN ASMEVILLE 

JURY IS SWORN IN FOR RETRIAL "F o ON CONSPIRACY CHARGES 
JURY HEiRS TAPES OF BOMB DISCUSSICN 

JURY "EARS TAPE OF NAZI CLAIMING TO HAVE SOURCE IN U.S. AGENCY 
DEFENDANT SAYS AGENT SCARED MER 
SIX NAZIS FOUND guilty; 3 GET PRISON SENTENCES 

BRAuNEt NQOHAN £. 

AGE DISCRIMINATION UNFAIR 

B(<A»LEY, S. C. "ZIP" 

DEMOS CHQOSF ALL-WHITE SLATE 
ELECTION BOARD REPLACEMENTS NAMED 
ADMINISTERS OATH 

BRAY. MARSHA SUZAN'JE 

FIVE SENIORS WIN SCHOLARSHIPS 

BREEOEN, AUDREY , . „„ , 

LITTLE LEAGUE'S FOR CHILDREN 

BREISaChER. GEORGE ICHARLOTTEI 

CHARLOTTE CARTOONIST TO DRAW MUTT AND JEFF 

BRENNER. ELEANOR 

SHAKING THE SALT HARIT 

salt free: cooking without salt can be exciting 

brereton. toh 

justice department team kill probe rally deaths 

bre sl in, mar i anne 

lithium offfrs relief for manic-depression 

BREmER, Charles , , , 

CURIOSITY ones very little for health of turkeys 

brewer. Charles r. ilenoiri 

HELMS submits 3 N.C. NAMES FOR FEDERAL JOBS 

HELMS SAID Supporting 3 for attorneys posts 

BREWER, Claude T. MAJ. GEN'L. 

MILITARY CENTER TO BE DEDICATED 

BREmER. Thomas ICREEtlVILLE, N.C.I 

Chancellor of ecu irks so"^f trustees 

ECU acmon to bf discussed _ , 

'NOTHING DECIDED' ABOUT ECU CHANCELLOR, CHAIRMAN SAYS 

ECU CHANCELLOR RESIGNS 

BREWER RES'GNS AS ECU CHANCELLOR 

UNC 6DARD '0 DETERMINE NURSING-FXAM ACTION SOON 

eCL CHANCELLOR NOT INVIIED TO WVU 

ECU PANEL COMMENDS BREWER 

RESIGNATION MAY BE OECONSIDEftFO 

SUPPORT FOR BREWtR GROWS 

ECU TO SEEK CHANCELLOR 

BkEmINGTQN, DENNIS E. IM0P6 MILLSl 

JURY ACQUITS YOUTH IN DRUG CASE 

9REWINGT0N, PEARLINE 

ACCESSORY PLEA ENTERED IN SLAYING OF WOMAN 
MAN PLEADS GUILTY AS ACCESSORY 

BREZHNEV, LEONID 

THtY BAOKEO AND BOwED AT SUMMIT TABLE 

THE THINKER 

'STALIN' ANO BREZHNEV LOOKING OVER MAP OF POLAND ICARTOONI 

BRICE, DAVID WARREN IHICKORYI 

MAN HOLDS POLICE AT BAY FOR TWO HOURS 

THE GHOST NEXT OOOR: OLD BELK'S BUILDING. . . GAVE POLTERGEIST A LIFT 

BRIDGES, MARY 
OBITUARY 

BRIGHT, ALLEN WHITNEY 

Three CHARGED IN KIDNAPPING 

TE£Ns Charged with abduction 
TWO charged in teen attack 

bright, CuRTl S EUGENE 

Three charged in kidnapping 

TFENS CloRGEO WITH ABDUCTION 
T»Q CFARCEj IN TEEN ATTACK 

BRIGHT, HE'.RY G. JR- 

Nf.SPAPEH CANNCT PUBLISH DOCUMENTS, N.C. JUDGE SAYS 

OII^LIHGTON Paper EL^ICEO from printing nOCUMENTS 

JUDGE TO HEAR ARuUMFNTS THIS MQPNING 

PAPER PRINTS STORY BEFORE RESTRAINT ORDER ENDS 

SCHOOL EOARO MAY GET PROPOSAL ABOUT BRIGHT 

TAMPE" ING WITH FkFEOOM 

JUDGE M(LELLANU DEFENDS PUBLICATION RESTRAINT 0R06R 

JUDGE APOLOGIZES TO PAPER FOR ORDER OVER PRINCIPAL 

GROUP PPOTESTS PROPOSED FIRING OF SCHOOL PRINCIPAL 

APOLOGY SHOWS CLASS 

HEARING FOR 3RIGHT RESCHEDULED 

BRIGHT WONT APPEAL MOVE FOR DISMISSAL 

BRInER, WIl L 1 am h. 

FDA SALUTES DUKF DIRECTOR 

TENTATIVE DEAL ON RADIOACTIVE WASTE STRUCK 















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MONTMLy/«NNU»L IN06X BY N»MeS ''{/I 1/1! 

S/Ol/Bl - 12/Jl/fll l/U/8i 



HE ELY 

P OATE C PG L P nil 

8«0I0ACTIVE -»STt PACT 5«I0 NEAR „„„„,., 2 | lQ/S]/fll A '?' N 

STATES EYE PLAN FOR RADIOACTIVE JASTE DISPOSAL » 2 lO/0^/al A I rt 

BKINKLEY.^JUTH SCHH „ j 10/l'./81 A 9 

brinkmeyfr, Christine f, ^ , w/?i/hi a a l 

• ANAkChisTic Callousness- " ' w/21/ei a « l 

BRINSONt jIMMY DALE ^ ,. c ? (3/n?/ni a I P N U57 

CAR-T«AIN CRASH RILLS 2 DURHAH STUDENTS S 2 ';°;;2 J P N 

2 TEENS KILLED MHEN CAR HITS TRAIN " 2 '/Oi^|[ J 16 

OBITUARY " ' ■»/u>/!ii « lo 

BRINSONt REN „ , /,/in/fll ft 1 N 

OBINSON TARES INTERIM POST " S/l?/iI n N N27 

SANFD^D NAN T4RFS POST WITH GOLOSPORO SCHOOLS H I B/U/Rl B 1 N Nd f 

'"■'"oSlTSi^R^i'SlL'tflH A. ,RISTOW " 2 6/10/6. A IS 

"*'"j,»Lin0N OPPOSING HOBBY ^ ^ ,^^. H 2 9/10/fll A > P N 

hOBPY says UNION FOES PLAYING •-USICAL CHAIRS" » 2 ^<!5^5' J ' ^ 

hOdBY FACES CLOSE RACE WITH 3RITT S 2 9/ J/B « 5 p N 

IT'S ShOhOJWN TIHF for AfL-CIO PRFSIOFNCY H 2 '/(J/S A " ^^ 

AFL-CIO OUSTS hIJPY: TOP N.C. POST WON BY nRlTT H 2 ^^l^'^J J ^\ ^j '^^' 

NES-N.C?LABS£'-:EioER5°WILL REDUCE UNION GOALS ^ ^^,__ ^ ,„^ S 2 ^/2fl/«l C ^ N 

MEMO Says BRITT hElPEO hobby hide I'^OO POLITICAL CONTRIBUTION H 2 12/15/81 A 8 N 

"'"iic'MSSEL: MARY bRITTAIN-S TRYING HER V.INGS H 2 7/17/Bl B 2 P F H<.5 

RRITTON. JOHNNY (CARRBOkO) „ ,„ ,,„. , u 7 ||/>I/RI n 1 N 

7 Jharged in Chapel hill with alcohol violations h 2 11/21/BI a 1 n 

BROACHi CHARLES R. , u j g/;>1/91 a 5 L 

LABOR DEMANDS UNREASONABLE " ' •iliWIi A 5 L 

BROACH, HARY „ , rt/74/ni A <, L 

NUON CRUCIFIED " ' a/i'./Bl A ". L 

BROAHFOOT, wInSTON , , ^ , «iyin/fli n 4 I 

HOUSING INSPECTIONS INIRUOt UPON PRIVACY H 2 5/10/fll 4 n aji 

Three file FO' ORAN-.E elections , l\ WAV/Vi ; i N XIA 

SUkPRISF CANOIOATES FILE AS BOOKS CLJSE IN ORANGE H 2 0/^V8 A N Kl^ 

CHAPEL HILL HOPEFULS FACE HOUSING 5 2 \anUif. A3 N W36 

2 ChaPcL hill INCUMBENTS LOSE " 2 /U4/B B Z VJl 

HIGHER TAXES «EV TO CHAPEL HILL ELECTIONS 5 2 \\'^yl\ ^ I N W36 

CHAPEL HILL HUMAN NEEDS PANEL RAPPED " 2 ll/II/Rl C 4 J 

CHAPEL HILL TISK FORCE DRAWS COUNC ILM AN -EL CCT • S CRITICISM S 2 U/ U? * ' ^ 

TOWN COUNCIL "EMoERS TO BE SHORN IN TONIGHT H 2 12/14/81 A 8 N W36 

BROADWAY, HENRY J. Ill 7/in/m n i p N SSI 

COUNCILMAN ORDERED TO PAY JUDGMENT H 2 '/30/81 B I P N S5l 

JUDGE ORDERS COUNCILMAN TO PAY JUDGMENT, INTEREST S 2 7/30/Bl A 8 N 

"°*°b!I!iJ To'pRoOiOE LOANS FOR N.C. COLLEGE STUDENTS S 2 B/25/ai A 1 N M23 

BROADWELL, CARLA J. D/jj/ni A 17 N 

THREE ACCUSED IN BURGLARY » 2 2/22/8 A IZ N 

2 CHARGED IN BURGLARY 5 2 12/22/8 A 10 N 

DETECTIVE •SMOCKED- BY RULING M | }|/>o/l} \ ,\ N 



JUDGE REDUCES BONOS 



S 2 12/29/81 B I 2 N 



'"°"Sfl;'lND??u5 ^n"s"c'hSrGES stemming from 197, KILLINGS H 2 U/ll/Bl A ID 

'""'■"Reo'iST^lcTlNG PLANS -ILL HOLD UP DESPITE LAWSUIT, LECISLATOPS SAY H 2 '/IB/Rl J 13 

BROCK SAYS AO MAY MAVE VIOLATED LAWS H I 10/23/81 B I 

BOARD ORDERS NEW ELECTION IN NEW BERN " 2 11/11/81 C IZ 

BROCK, OEhEY CLIFTON (CHAPEL HILLl 
POLICE SEERING HELP 



10/22/81 A 6 N 



AID SOUGHT IN BURGLARY PROBE H 2 10/23/81 

BROCK, JACKIE (BUNNI ,«,,,,o, . •/ .aim 

TRAGIC WRECK SMOCRS FRANKLIN RESIDENTS H 2 lO/Ol/Rl A i4 N L30 

BROCKWELI, ILA ANDERSON .,„o/oi . a n 

OBITUsky: ILA BPOCKWELL " 2 5/09/81 A 8 

''sm£''ma0E plans to MARRY BEFORE THEIR FIRST DATE H 2 9/27/81 E 2 P F B30 

8RCDER, DAVID ^ , ,„,,,,., . ,; ,, 

REFORMING NOMINATION SYSTEM AN URGENT TASK H 2 10/07/81 A 5 U 

BROOERSON, HOtERT c/,o/oi r, a o c rta 

61-YEAR-OLD ARTIST SUCCESSFUL H 2 5/29/81 6 P F G63 

'"""'oiKE'PS^CH^ATRIST'MOVES INTO L I MEL I GhT h 2 5/10/81 1 P B A20 

BROGAN, PATRICK IWASHINGTON, D.C.I , ,„,,,,., . , , 

AN OBSERVER SEES SPIRIT OF CONFIDENCE IN AMERICA M 2 10/21/81 A 4 E 

9R0G0EN, BILLY JOE , , ,,,,-,/ = . r , lu 

2 ARRESTS CLEAR HOUSEBREAKINGS S 2 12/17/81 C 1 N 

8R0G0EN, BLACKWELL M. JR. ^ , ,,,,_,., . ,„ 

BROGDEN SAYS HE WON'T RUN FOR JUDGESHIP M 2 12/29/81 A 10 N 

8R0GDEN HAS NO ELECTION PLANS S 2 12/29/81 All N 

BROGDEN, DAZY D. ICREEDMOORl „ , ,.„,.,, . , _ 

G6ITUARY: DA2Y BROGDEN M 2 5/03/81 C 2 

BROGDEN, MARY -,/,,/., s i u on 

LA„ LfTS BOARD CHANGE PARTY S 2 7/21/M B N F30 

ELECTION PRINTOUT STUDIED S 2 11/17/81 B I N DOB 

BROGDEN, WILLIAM ORVILLE ^ , o/,=/o, r in n 

OBITUARY H 2 9/18/81 C 10 

BRONFENBRENNER, MARTIN , „,„,,., . , „ „ -., 

NIXON LIBRARY FTES SPARK FACULTY MEET H 2 9/01/81 A 1 P N G53 

TIME RIPE FOR RECOVERY TO START S 2 10/26/81 CI F 583 

A TAX SUGGESTION M 2 12/15/81 A 5 L 

ADDED MISERY IN POLAND H 2 12/30/81 A 4 L 

BRONNER, CARL , , ■,,,,,„, , , ,. „„i 

LIFE-SAVING AID MORE PREVALENT S 2 7/22/81 C 1 N H04 

BROOKER, HES 



INDEX 



•JAMES 



PAGE ?6 



JIJIET HUI.TEB PuiiOLAS INC. SEES CHANGES AfTER TWO KOU&H YEARS 
ENERGY SEMINARS SLArtO 

'"°"'^iRE'*"A!iACE"Ti'n homes: ifen-ager charged 
POLICE Charge teen-ager 

aROOKSt RAPBARA L3IS 

aaOOKS BEClEvES AWARD 

BROOKS. ^ERIC^^ ELITE: SCORFkEEPER, WRITERS AND AN ANNOUNCER 

'''°°'tTyR'S^'*SftL'%D»£SS DUKfS GRADUATION 

BROOKS. HAROLD GENE , , ^ „ 

1 KILLED, 6 WOUNGEO IN SHOOTOUT AT CLUB 

BROOKS, JA-"eS MILLIE 

1NM<TF REPORTS JAIL ASSAULT 

BROOKS, JIM IROXeOPOl 

•ABSOLUTE TRUTH ETERNAL' 

BROOKS, JOHN 6- 

FOSMER CFFICIAL GETS NEW POST 
FRIENDS COME ACROSS 

«"°°"^:6^nH^EF'^:rpSSrr^?HS2"wlGES to recruit INOUSTRV 

rT5?r»^i^??^^^?riAi?s"l^s'lN"^5SfJi;J^^L"iv^TlACTION 

HUNT, BROOKS CLASH ON ISSUE 

COVER'.OR STEPS UP CRITICISM 

RIDFS SAFE AS BIGGEST STATE FAIR OPENS 

SItTfS aSHA DIPECTHR RESIGNS „ ^„ 

i-- EMPLOYERS Of HANHICAPPED HnNOKFO 

SR'jOkS: "LIP SERVICE" ON HIRING NOT ENOUGH 

eRCOKS, JOSEPH ED.ARD ICARYi 

2 IfiNS CHARgFD in ACCIDENT 

°''°""'l"'WE5*'gRUVE VlKlNr^ POST PERFECT BASEBALL MARK 

BROOKS, MARK L. (AShFVILIE) 

AShCVILlE police PROiilNG CHARGE 

BROOKS. MICHAEL RAY 

2 TPIAnCLE STUDENTS APE ON HONOR GUARD 

BROOKS, WILLIE JAMES 

ocuG Charges frcO at jail 

DEPUTIES file drug counts 

BROOME, CAROLYN (CARRaOROI 

STORY WASN'T IRRtSPONSIPLF 

BROuGh, REGINA 

COUNCILMEN QUERY NEED FOR NEW COMPUTER SYSTEM 

CITY'S AUDITORS RECOFMENOED FHR EXTENSION 

HEALTH, A VACATION. NO TIES: A SURVEY OF HOLIDAY WISHES 

orCUChTON. CELESTE G. IWAKF CO.) 

MBS. "rougmton released 

BROuGnlJN, JOSEPH MELVILLE (FORMER N.C. OOVERNORI 
THEY SAVED TIME EOS DEFENSE 

BRCUGhTON, RICHARD DR. , ,„,, „ 

PARAPSYCHOLOGY STRUGGLES AT DUKE. ..BUT THE BEAT GOES ON 

BROUGKTON. ROBERT 9. (RALETGHl 

MRS. brouGhton released 

BROUN, KENNETH 

FOUR GUVS AND A DEAN 

EiROUSE, DEVON 

THE MYSTERY OF THE MIND GAME 

6P.0WER, 9UB3Y 

BROWER SEES BASEBALL'S LIGHT SHINING IN ALASKA 

BROKN, ANOREA 

IKOMAS WOLFE FEST 



31: FOR A =EE, PIG AND BIG 



BROWN, BFTTIE 

TEEN FACES CHARGES 

BROWN, BD6°Y RAY (FDENI 

F'^UR ChaFGcO. YOUTH HELD TN DEATH OF POSSIBLE WITNESS 
HEARING DELAYED ON "UROER CHARGES 
CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST MURDER SUSPECTS 
CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST FOUR IN EDEN SLAYING 

BROWN. BUS 

BUS B^IOWN dRINGS JAZZ TO PULL CITY 

SROwN. C. J. LT. 

BROWN <OkKS n FILL VOIO 

BHOwN. CECIL AVEOY (ASS'T. C IVY MANAGER) 

CITY OFFICIAL PLEADS Guilty 

rlAYTI ANSWER SURPRISES OFFICIALS 

BROwN, CHRIS 

GRAVES NEW BULLDOG CAGE COACH 

BROWN. CLARQNELL 

TEACHERS' GROUP dACKED HARKHAM IN PRIMARY RACE 
GROUP SAYS GIFTS PAID LETTER COSTS 

BROwN. GARIS MAURICE 

STUDENT ROdBEO. dEATEN AT SCHOOL 

BROWN, OEBRA 

FIRST BLIND DATE IS LAST ONE FOR THESE TwO 

BROwN. DIANE 0. 

TOP LEAGUE OFFICERS 

BROWN, EDMUND G. JR. "JERRY" 

FOR YOUR FLIcS ONLY ICARTOONl 

BPOWN. ERIC CwIGhT 



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HAN SHOT IN HEAT, rsEATEO 
MAN SHOT In HPAT 

enTN'i, eugfnf 

0U»HAM*5 AwAfin WINNERS 
HENQVATIGN IQUK SLATEO 



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FOLKS ARQUNtl Hc«t: LIVE HISTOBY 

BRPJN, MATTIE L. «AINE» 

OBITUARY: MRS. HATTIE BROWN 

BROi^N. mENPY S- lAPcK) 

OBITUARY: mFNRY S. PhOWN 

BRCN, hERFEOI C. 

NOBEL KiNflE' TO CI«E HILL MEMORIAL LECTURE 

PRn.-i, jamfs alti; 

Qr'ITUARY: jAmFS BRO'^N 

BKOifN, JAMES FLOYU ( H I L LS BTROU'^Hl 

rtlLLS":fCUjH "AN DIES AFTER SHOOTING 

3i<0«N. JAMES .(. JR. 

JAMES avUt.^ J'.: HE VOLUNTEERED HIMSELF INTO A NEW JOB 

ooOhl. SUGGESTS '.EU PARK 

PANEL TO STUJY VIETNAM MEMORIAL 

MBS. HARHAR? Tu RUN; BROWN WON'T 

JUDGMENT IS tNTFREO AGAINST JAMES BROWN 

HARWiOQ TO PJN FuR COUNCIL 

bOawN LOSES JEFAULT RULING 

SPAULOING ENTER"; COUNCIL RACE 

CANDIDATES WEEDING SELVES OUT 



PRCwN, JOHN WILLIAM (SNOW CAMP! 

LIBERTY MAN IS HELD IN DOUBLE SLAYING 
HEARING SET IN TWO SLAVINGS 

PRCwN, jOh^i Y. iGjV. OF KENTUCKY) 
KENTUCKY FRIED COACH 

?ROwN. LARRY 

RADAR TRAINING » "UST 

ERTuN, lENORA HARRINGTON 

OBITUARY: LENORA HARRINGTON flP OWN 



BROWN, LIGHTNING A. ICHAOEL HILLI 

SURPRISE CANDIDATES FILE AS BOJKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 

BRCWN AMPIIFIFS APARTMENT NEEDS 

APT. TENANTS HARASSED, "ROWN SAYS 

CA„OIOATE LISTS EXPENSES 

CHAPEL HILL HOPEFULS FACE HOUSING 

HIGHEf TAXES KEY TO CHAPEL HILL ELECTIONS 

CONDO RESTRICTIONS ASKED IN CHAPEL HILL 

BROhN, LYNiJOOD ( HILLS^jOROuGH) 

ONE CANDIDATE FILES IN ORANGE 

SURPRISE CANDIDATES FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 

riILLS3uR0UGH CANDIDATES TOUT MICROELECTRONICS 

CHESHIRE WINS IN HILLSBOROUGH 

CHESHIRE IS NfW HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR 

TQwN OFFICIALS SWORN IN 

F»ROi,N, MATThFh J. 
O^I TUARY 

BROwN, MILDRED hEAOE'! 

OBITUARY: MILDRED BRuWN 

BROwN, NOAH 

FIRE HEAVILY DAMAGES PAR PLACE HOUSE 

BROwN, PAUL 

•SCHOOL FASHION- USED TO BE SIMPLE 

SEPTIC PROBLEMS: PLENTY OF HEAT, BUT LITTLE LIGHT 

3KC«N, PHYLLIS 

MAN ARRESTED AFTER ACCIDENT 

"ROwN, PHYLLIS GEORGE 

EXAMINATION SHOWS JACKSON IS PHYSICALLY FIT 

«RO.sN, KAY SAMUEL 

■..C. "AN FIGHTING EXTRADITION 
CAcIF. BLOCKS EXTRADITION OF ESCAPEE 
ESCAPEE DESERVES PREAK 

=^RCwN, RAY THOMAS 

DIAMOND INVESTM=NT SUIT TO BE DROPPED 

RROwN, RICK 

COSTUMES FOR CAPULETS: ARE ALL IN A DAYS WORK FOR RICK BROwN AND FRIENDS 

BROwN, ROBERT 0. 

FAMILY HELD HOSTAGE IN HUME 
MAN SENTENCED FOR EXTORTION 
JUSTICE TOD OFTEN SEEMS UNBALANCED 

BROwN, ROBERT JR. 

DEFENSE LAWYER DISMISSED IN LITTLE RIVER BEAIING CASE 
RICHARDSON LAWYER REMOVED FROM CASE 
LAWYER BACK ON LITILt RIVER MURDER CASE 
ATTORNEY AGAIN TO DEFEND MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER 

BkOwN, RONALD LEE 

MAN DIES IN Shooting 

BRDwN, SAM (LIBERTY, S.C.I 

SAM TO PAY PEN PAL LAST RESPECTS 

BRCWN, SIGNE 

DURHAM'S AwakD winners 

BROWN, TONY 

TV SHOULDN'T 8E USED FOR HATE PROGRAMS 
WRITER SPEAKS AT ARTS EVENT 

BROwN, VERNON E. REV. 



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MUNTHLY/A 



iTATE RECO^MeNOS »GA IN ST- PRO SECUI ION 
OFFICIALS «ILL nor PRTSECUIE ?AILIFF 

BRO.N, VIOLA SIITm 

05ITUARY: MRS- VIOLA S, BROWN 

BROaN. aAOE G. 

LEA06RS PRAISE WATER PLANNERS 

9R0«N. WESLEY F. RFV. 

3R0WH APPOINTEO TO POST 

aREwMi WILLIAM lFROY 

Charlotte muroer trial opens 



PAr.E ?a 



'IE. Suzanne ausiin 
OU'vE CkAOUATE stuoent rfceive^ 



■lINGi FRANCES AL^^JPO 
jFiroARY 



fulbright grant 



KNIGMTj ODMINATE boys track with lu QF 17 PICKS 

AS northern gets in shape 



SwCwNlNG. KEN 

.tcALt laRuwril-jG HO'O^ED 

KNlGnlj IN SP^ILIGhT 

KNIGHTS: HtAT NOT A cIG PPOBLEH 

Kf.ir.HTS HAKE PROGRESS 

KNIGhIS. falcons open SEASON TONIGHT 

BROWNING: PȣP PICKS HURT KNIGHTS 

heavy losses TO GRADUATION SET K,>JIGHTS BACK 

RENFREW AND KNIGHTS GET READY FOR R0X900Q 

BROWNING STEPS OUT OF TRACK 

BRCwNlNG. WILLIAF THEOOGRE 
OBITUARY 

BflOYHILL. JA^'ES T. (REP.) 

I TAK hFELS on OPPOSITE SIDES AS ENVIRONMENTAL BATTLE 3REWS 
TEACHERS 'FLUNK' 7 N.C. CONGRESSMEN 

PROYLES. DQuC 

STCES shoulj shuw prices 

BKCtLES. GEORGE EUGENE 

C?1TuaRY: GEORGE E. BROYLES 

BRUCE. EARLE 

BRUCE EXPECTING BLUE DEVIL A IP ATTACK 

BRUCE. J. MICHAEL fJUDGEl 

JUDGE DRAWS DUTY ON JURY 

BRUCE. LARRY 

HE WAGED COSILY EIGHT OVER TICKET 

BRUMBLES. ROGER EUGENE (CHARLOTTE) 

MAN CHARGED WITH AiiSON OF RECTORY 

BRUMMEfl. ELLA 

ART MUSEUM MIChT HOLD CLUE TO 



MYSTERY WOMAN' 



BRUTON. H. DAvIO OR. 

N.C. OFFICIAL URGES LOCAL FLEXIBILITY FOR SPECIAL ED 
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS NEED MORE HOMEWORK. OFFICIAL SAYS 

BkYAN, CLINTON IPITTSbCRO) 
CTMMISSIONER TO RESIGN 

BRYAN. MARVIN A, "JOHNNY" ( EOENTON) 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL OFFICIAL TO TAKE POST IN EDENTON 

ARYAN. NANCYE 

DCIA SELECTS NANCYE BRYAN AS NEW PRESIDENT 

BRYAN. PAUL 

d'YAN'S t,6 GOOD FOR LEAD 

BRYAN SHOOTS TO VICTORY 

PAUL ERYAN EARNS FOUR-STROKE VICTORY 

BRYANT. ILVESTA 

SEvEN iRYANT PR'IThERS FOUGHT IN WORLD WAR II 

BRYANT. ALVIN 

GDOO OLD-FASHIONED LEMONADE - ANO IT'S REAL! 

LAST-iDAY FILINGS ASSURE MORE COUNCIL PRIMARIES 

FILING ENDS; ^l VIE FOR CITY OFFICES 

CANDIDATES WEEDING SELVES OUT 

TOM CAMPBELL LEADS IN GIFTS 

JENKINS' TREASURER MISSES FILING DEADLINE 

CANDIDATES: SERVICES EXTENSION BOON TO CITY 

CITY Candidates cppqse regulating conversions 

CANDIDATES: Cha-iGES NEEDED IN CITY'S TAX BASE 
CANDIDATES IN TUESDAY'S PRIMARY GIVE VIEwS ON ISSUES 
ALVIN dRYANT: -'THE RIGHT PRESCRIPTION FOR DURHAM" 
MAYOR SECOND IN VOTE COUNT 

CLOUD WATCHERS OuTNUhBER POLL WATCHERS ON 'SLOW DAY 
SEVEN BRYANT BkOThERS FOuGhT In WORLD WAR II 

BPYANT. CALVIN 

SEVEN 6PYANT RRHTHERS FOUGHT IN WORLD WAR II 

BRYANT, DGUG * . 

IR-YEAR-OLO roNFESSES TO SHOOTING AT MINISTER 
GUIN GETS iO YEARS 

BRYANT. GEORGE 

SEVEN aRYANT BROTHERS FOUGHT IN WORLU WAR II 

BRYANT. JOHNNY 

SEVEN 6RYANT BROTHERS FOUGHT IN WORLD WAR II 

BRYANT. KELVIN 

HEELS EMaARRASS PIRATES 

KELVIN 'ABNORMAL' IN AMAZING WAY 

KFLVIN BRYANT PRESENTS FOOTBALL TO STEVE STREATER 

MERE WORDS CAN'T DESCRIBE BRYANT 

DURHAM, HILLSIDE DOUBLE-HEADER CANCELED 

NO REASON TO WAIT. PUSH K«5 FOR THE HT 

MAKING AN ENCORE 

MORF ^^ 

BRYANT GETS ". AS TAR HEELS WIN ONF MORE 

6R>ANT'S TO TOTAL RAISES COACH'S IRE 

ELKINS STEADY IN BRYANT'S SHADOW 

WINNING TEAM STILL GIVES CRUM CASE OF JITTERS 

NEW LOOKS DOT AREA FOOTBALL 

UNC PASSES FI35I TEST: TAR HEELS TOP TECH. BUT LOSE bPYANT TO INJURY 

SEASON OF TOS RUNS OUT ON BRYANT 



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JNC'S cjfJA.-iT aE'".INS KNEE « EMAfl I L 1 TA r I ON 

SURGeON: 3«YANT*S RETURN 'UNLrKELy* 

SATLIFF, ANTllONY GEAR UP TO FOLLOW BaVANT'S FOOTSTtPS 

COU.": UNO NOT CKIPPLED ruu.j.crj 

ANlMONy MAKfS MARK 

OnCTO" lEMPFRS ?«YANT'S MOPfS 

3'YANT HCPEFUL 

aSYANT D0U3TFUL SAIIJftOAY 

BRYANT A«AITS FINAL DIAGNOSIS 

DOCTORS GIVE BRYANT OK TO PLAY 

3PY4NT -90 P£»CENT' VS. CAVALIERS 

3R»ANT SMOKES OUKE AS UNC ROMPS INTO GATOR BUWLi 31-10 

A STAR IS RFaOR'J 

NUMPE"S DON'T DO JUSTICE TO BRYANT 

DEFENSELESS: TRYANT D'ZZLES DEVILS 

CAROLINA'S 3RYANT SHARES ACC HONOR 

HISTORY TO "ISS bRYANT'S STATS 

INJURY PREVENTS BRYANT FROM MAKING HISTORY 

DRA*JING A CRJWO 

TD KEPT BRYANT FROM TITLE 

IPfjl: A GOOD YEAR FOR TAR HEELS 

«HEN BRYANT SNAPS STRING, UATCH JUT! 

BRYANT SCORES FOR TAR HEELS 



BRYANT, P. L. 

SEVEN BRYANT 



BRYANT, PAT 

DURHAM ThIi, 



"ROTHERS FOUGHT IN .JORLO hAR II 

Tank nurtures SOUTHERN POPULIST TRADITION 



BRYANT, PAUL "BEAR" 

THt SOUTH «ILL RISE AGAIN THIS AUTUMN 

BRYANT, RUTH 

A uPIEVING DAUGHTER STARTED MOTHER'S DAY 
CUKE'S The APPROPRIATE PLACE 
COMMERCIALISM RUINS CHRISTMAS 

BRYANT, VICTOR 

GROUP OFFERS GAS FIRM FRANCHISE FOR 30 YEARS 

BRYANT, VICTOR JR. 

NCCU BOARD OF TRUSTEES ELECTS NEW OFFICERS 

GROUP 3ACKS CANDIDATES 

HUNT: DOES HE OR DOESN'T HE? ONLY VOF KNOWS FOR SURE 

GROUP BACKS RALPH HUNT 

ME DOES: HUNT HAS GROUP'S ENDORSEMENT 

VOF'S TELEPHONE BANK IS BACK, BUT IN DIFFERENT OFFICE BUILDING 

BRYANT, VICTOR S. 

HOARD CANDIDATES OUIZZED ON MERGER 

HOUSE RESOLUTION HONORS BRYANT 

BRYANT DESERVES HONOR 

NCCU POARD OF TRUSTEES ELECTS NEW OFFICERS 

BRYANT, .'. G. 

SEV'N BRYANT BROTHERS FOUGHT IN WORLD wAR II 

BuCmWALu, ART 
DESIGNING 



The niaon library 



BUCmwaLD, ESTHER 

MAN SNATCHES PuRSF 

Buckley, rebecca h. dr. 

allergies subjcct of talk 
allergist to speak hunoay at ouke 

SKIN TESTS Can spot ALLERGIC IRRITANTS 

BUDO, STACY 

COLLEGES OFFICIAL STaCY BUDD DIES 

Buff, janet 

LEARNING The SILENT LANGUAGE 

BUFFA, PATRICK 

FIRMS PLAN TO EXPAND DOWNTOWN 
DURHAM BUSINESSES EXPANDING OFFICES 

euLLARD, PAT 

THK PRO-CHJICE POSITION ON ABORTION BEST 

SULLiRn, VONME RAY IKOSEBORni 

Cumberland man Charged with slaying of store OWNER 

BOLLARD, wiLLIAM lAUTRYVILLEI 

RED TAPE holding UP CHARLIE'S TRIP TJ U.S. 
CHARLIE STILL CAN'T GET 'STATESIDE' 

BULLER, GREG 

auLLE" GIVES WEISS SCARE 

BULLOCK, BRAOIE 8RASWELL 
OBITUARY 

BULLOCK, CLAUDE 

FOLKS AROUND MERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 

BULLOCK, DALLAS CwARRENTONI 

NORLINA'S POlICE CHIEF CHARGED 

BULLOCK, EDWIN LAiE 
OBITUARY 

BULLOCK, GARLArjD LEE 
OBITUARY 

BULLOCK, I. w. ICREEOMOORl 
FUTURE LOOKING BRIGHT 

BULLOCK, JAMES 

REAPPORTIONING PLANS CLOUDED 

BULLOCK, LARRY RANDALL 

FRaNKLINTON OFFICER REINSTATED 

BULLOCK, R. W. ICREEOMOORl 

CURRIN RUNS UNOPPOSED FOR ANOTHER TERM AS OXFORD MAYOR 

BUMGARDNER, DAVID w. JR. 

FCoR CONSIDERED FOR VEHICLES POST 

BUMPERS, MARK ALBERT 

3 FACE Charges on moonshining 

BUNOY, JOHN WILLIAM 



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PLfc* ENItREO Iti wiLSON OtAfH 

bublh, clarence 

consultant to evaluate roxbnun polict force 

BUBCH, MTkON 6LAIB IChAPEL hILLI 
081 TUAHY 

euBCHETTEi CfflROTHY ALLAN 
OPITU'RY 

BURDEN, EM-ETT u. 

STATE cMPLOYEFS REPORTED SUFFERING "QRALE PROBLEM 

REVIVING OOUNTOhn: 3 BASIC STEPS 

'UPGESS, JANET 

KIGS • CAfE'iS = euTNER EXHIBIT 

Si,R^HA«DT, BiLLIAK FRANKLIN DR. 

FtR^te NCCU Cr'ACM DIES IN HASHINCTON 

=US;ISS, kALTER ELDlN 

CHAPEL HILL .MAN ores IN CRASH 

5USHANS, ThECDOkE n. 

FIRMS PLAN TC EXPAND DOHNTOHN 

"URRE. SCLMA 

ALL-BLACK COLLECTION AT NCCU IRT MUSEUM 

BURNETT, EAKL OALLAS IVENABLEl 

POLICE Say xan STABS WIFE, DIES IN WRECK 

BURNETT, MARTHA PhIPPS (VENAPLEl 

POLICE SAY HAN STABS WIFE, DIES IN WRECK 

BUPNETT, MICHAEL 

ONC LACROSSE PLAYER CHARGED 

euPNFTT, OLLIE 
OBI TUARY 

PU-NFTTt, ADA OtRr^Y 
J °, I T U A fi Y 

auPNETTE, ANNE 

RECIPE WINS STATE TITLE 

BUPNETTE. ANME MAE LUNSFORO 
05ITUARY 

burnettEt Carrie farrington 
obituary 

burnette. charlie (orange co. i 

five officers plan "82 race for orange county sheriff 

BURNETTE, MAC I CL Afi KS V I L L£ > 

AUCTIONEERING CONTEST: A BEAUTY PAGEANT FOR VOCAL CHORDS 
REljCTaNT ,<OOKie gets shot on day that TOBACCO'S KING 

BUPNETTE, RICHARD THOMAS (L0UIS6URG1 

TRAGIC WRECK SHOCKS FRANKLIN RESIDENTS 

BUPNETTE, POGNEY i. 

READING PROGRAM WINNERS 

BURNEY, WILLIAM "3ILL" WOODROW 
Oe I TuARY 

burnley, jim 

3;-year-0ld tar heel man busy tearing down vista 
two durham grtups lose vista workers 
vista dismantling brings suits 

burns, james 

heating aid applications far behind last year's 

Burns, roefrt james 

WITNESS SAYS PalEIGH man AGREED TO PCB DUMPINGS 

COvERUP CITEj IN PCS CASE 

WARD DENIES hF told HAN TO DUMP PCB'S 

ll.:.5 MILLION PCB SUIT FILED 

T«0 SENT TO PRISON OVER PCB 

BURNS. WILL lAM L. "BILL" 

CCa CHIEF COOL TO REAGAN PLAN 

BANK Chief is critical of inflation program 
cce reports INCOME is up 

PAROLE BOARDS HAVE A BIG RESPONSIBILITY 
ANALYST SAYS BANKS STYMIED BY REGULATIONS 

BURROW, CHERYL 

JJOGE SAYS WOMAN WAS NOT CONVICTED 
TEACHER APPEALS DISMISSAL AGAIN 

PuRRUS, ALAN 

aurrus tries to fill bryant's giant shoes 
aurpus stealing thunder, making thunder for unc 
vanie's grid playoff game set for durham - maybe 

Burt, thcmas 

SOUTHERN HARVEST fqi.k|.IFE FESTIVAL 'SOUNDS LIKE OLD TIMES' TO THEM 

burton, fredrick p. 

three finalists are identified 
Chapel hill narrows field to 4 

burton. james marvin 

statesville man druwns 

burton. mattie weaver 
obituary 

BURTON, Shirley (orange co.) 

REQUEST TO BYPASS BAN IS SUBMITTED 

BURTON, SIPPIO 

ASSEMBLY REDISTRICTING »LANS ATTACKED AS UNFAIR TO SLACKS 

BURTON, WILLIAM (CHAPEL HILLI 

CHAPEL HILL MAN HELD IN FATAL SHOOTING 

BURwASri, PETER 



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euC^ELL. R. (DURHAM PSOl 

HAN ENTERS GUILTY PLEAS 

BUSn. GEORGE 

VICE PRESIOENT TJ VISIT N.C. 

BUSH TG VISIT wINSTON-SALEH 

bUSH: •PANIC" OVER DEFICIT IS PREMATURE 

NO APOLOGIES. PLEASE 

CARReORO MAYQ5 MEETS VICE PRESIDENT BUSH 

REAGAN L BUSH irAflTOGNJ 

BUSSE. EHALO H. 

GROUP SFLECTS euSSE 

aging veiera-js strain va system 

butk.tvich, bernaro 

jury selected to try 6 najis on conspiracy charges 

Sutler, ireit 

it was a choice between her. ''.ame 
butler moves uf. "ulls stay down 

SUTLER. CAThARY.-JE 

PARFNTS HELP IN ORANGE TUTORING PROGRAM 

9UTLE~. JAMES 

CHAMBER SEEKS JOBS IN PRIVATE SECTOR 

SuTLEk, NATE 

northern nose guard 3utler keeps his aggression on field 

buiterfielo. g. k. luilsoni 

ipaulding backed on gtstricting criticism 

Butters, t-^m 

cfa-ncaa Flap could alter face of college sports 

THE I/<.-MILLIOf. GamF 

butters oa'.ces around simple announcement 

Butts, ronnie i seiora i 

Three are hurt in plane crash 

3utz, kathleen 

HOME BASED Business on the rise for good reason 

BYNUM, DANtEL 

CARBBORO MAN Shot in ShOULOER 

BYNUM, ELIZABETH ICHAPEL HiLLI 
OBITUARY 

BYNUf, LORETTA L. 

ASSAULT, aOeSERV CHARGES LODGED 

ROlICE hold DURHAM MAN ON RAPE. ROBBERY CHARGES 

BY»D, ANNIE M. 

FINE Cape MAKES HER PROUD TO WORK AT HOSPITAL 

BYP3, PjBEETTE 

7 CHACGEO IN CHAPEL HILL WITH ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS 

9YR0, ElLIE STEWART 

obituary 

3yr0. florence barbour 

obituary: mrs. florence barbour byrd 

byrd. h. raymond 

iyro services are tomorrow 
co-Owner of farm center dead at 37 
durham hill miss these men 

byrd. harry f. jr. (senator) 

washington will miss sen. byro's thriftiness 

byrd. joseph allen 

LENOIR Parents charged in death 

"yro. lee joseph 
obituary 

byrd. ravanell lawton (charlottel 

officcrs kill man, free his hostage 
gunman at restaurant was former employee 

byrd. robert lee 
obituary 

byrd, trish 

cool smile 

byrne, jane 

mayor byrne's disservice 

bypne, tommy 

remembering -55 

byrnes, maureen 

HASSLE H0U5F PKkS OFFICERS 

BYPUM, OPHELIA WOODS 

obituary; OPHELIA 6YRUM 

CAEINtSS, ALLEN H, JR. 

GAS TANKER'S DRIVER DIES IN FIERY CRASH 

CaPlE. MICHAEL 

SIuNTEC: JI-yEAR-OLO MAN TRAPPED IN CHILD'S BODY 

CaOOELL. SILL 

OFFICIALS TRY TO GET EXPRESSWAY ON TRACK 

CADV. EuHIN H. 

NIXON LIBRARY FOES SPARK FaCULTY MEET 

CAESAR. Shirley 

DAY-CARE Funding backed 

cahow. clark r. 

duke to boost student aid based on merit 

Cain. Candy 

conyers gets 20-year term in trial for slavery 

CAIN. Gloria 



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H 2 12/20/81 <. T T RSf. 



S 2 7/18/ai A 3 
H 2 a/07/81 B <. 



H 2 7/l<,/8 



H 2 a/21/ai C 1 U M71 
S 2 8/21/81 1 P N R66 



S 2 11/2',/ei B I N M23 

S 2 10/12/91 C 1 N K90 

H 2 9/11/91 C 2 P F 

H 2 11/12/81 B 7 P N G53 



H 2 6/12/81 B 2 N 07 1 
S 2 9/02/ai a 1 P U 018 
S 2 11/26/81 C <- N 



H 2 7/25/ai C 1 N 

H 2 9/06/81 E 1 P F B30 

S 2 12/22/81 C 3 N 

H 2 12/08/81 8 8 



H 2 11/30/81 B 1 
S 2 11/30/81 A 11 



S 2 5/09/81 A <. 

H 2 11/21/31 B 1 

H 2 10/27/31 A 8 

H 2 6/01/81 B 3 



S 2 5/20/ai C 1 
M 2 5/21/91 C 16 
H 2 5/31/81 <. 



H 2 12/05/81 A 4 
H 2 9/27/31 A 8 
H 2 10/06/31 B 10 



H J 12/01/3 1 A 1 
H 2 12/02/91 A 15 



H 2 U/13/81 A 12 

H 2 6/15/ai B 1 P P 737 

H 2 8/08/ei A <, E 

H 2 10/25/ai B 2 P F M71 

H 2 10/15/31 A 15 N 

H 2 5/07/81 A 16 

H 2 12/02/31 A 3 N 

H 2 5/23/81 All N 

S 2 9/01/81 B 1 N K90 

K 2 9/01/91 A 1 P N G53 

H 2 11/06/81 8 1 N S51 

H 2 12/18/81 A 22 .- N W24 

H 2 3/15/81 A I N 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/91 



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inuE nOLINcSS 15 GONE BUT NOT THE SCABS 

'hunt LASHES CONGRESSIONAL CLUB OVER ARS 
HALKt» CHARGES ANTI-GAS TAX AO S ARE MISLEADING 

CAl'^t LARtiY 

CONYcRS GETS JO-YEAR TERM IN TRIAL FOR SLAVERY 
TRUE HOLINESS IS GONE BUT NOT THE SCARS 

CAIN. DANDY 

fUNO-RAISER FIRED 

cake, johnny 

golf not johnny's piece of care 

classic leaving duke 

clu5 honors crichton 

cake follo.*s hope valley's family affair 

caldwell. clell stafford "willie" 

four die on n.c. 98 in head-on collision 

Caldwell, harry b. ioeceaseoi 

CALDhELL to be INDUCTED 

Caldwell. herschEl 

SATURDAY'S heroes enshrined AT DUKE 
OU^E IliruCTS ■• 
DUKf GREATS 

CALUWELL. HILLIARO 

JRA'.^^ GkOuPS FIELDING CANDIDATES 

CALl^wELL IS CAf.OInATE FOR CARRbOHO ALDERMAN 

CARRBJRD CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF 

NINt CANDlJATES SOUARE OFF IN CARBbORO ELECTION 

THREE INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CaRRPORO 

CAMPAIGN SLOGA.-v CATCHES COALITION 

ThkEE COALITION INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRBORO 

CALDWELL. JOHN S. SR. lASHEVULEl 

aI0~kIG01NG INDICTMENTS RETURNED BY GRAND JURY 

CALDWELL. PERCY 

J7.00C WORTH OF GOOOS TAKEN 

CALDWELL, k' ILL IE 

SPAT SPARKS SHOOTING 
SITES TOMORROW FOR VICTIMS 

CalC'ELL. k INFORO H. 

VANDALISM. SmOOTIMG. 9REAK-INS REPORTED 



CaLhOUN, TRACY lFA 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS BUS DRIVER'S CONVICTION 

CALIFaNO. JOSEPH 

CALIFANO BOOK ON CARTER ICaRTOONI 

califsno says he ant hunt struck deal on unc oisp^ute 

Calkins, phil 

&50up to educate public on disabled 

HELP FOR The handicapped 

POLL SINGLES OUT ECONOMY, CRIME 

CALLAHAN. HARRY 

PHOTO EXHIBIT OPENS 

PHOTO EXHIBIT: HARRY CALLAHAN'S IMAGES FROM ' ^lOS ON DISPLAY AT DUKE 

CALLAHAN. JEFFERSON REEO IHIGH POINT! 
HIGH POINT POLICEMAN KILLS MAN 

SUICIDE NOTE SAID WRITTEN BY MAN KILLED BY POLICEMAN 
SHOOTING STILL BEING PROBED IN HIGH POINT 
OFFICER WON'T FACE CHARGES 

CALLiwAY. J. LAMAR OR, 

ITCHY? YOUR HOME MAY BE DESERT-CRY 

CallISTER. MARION IJUOGE) 

N.C. ERA BACKERS ATTACK COURT RULING 

CAMaCK. magk jr. IGREENSBOflOI 

MAN CONVICTED OF OPENING MAIL 

Camel , UAVlO WESLEY 

THnEE ACCUSED IN BURGLARY 
Z CHARGED IN PURGLARY 
DETECTIVE 'ShOCKET' BY RULING 
BOND REINSTATED IN ROBBERY CASE 
JUDGE REINSTATES BOND TO »50,000 

CAMERON. ARTIS ISANFOROI 

OUKt MAKES HIS 1ST COLLAR 

CAMERON, E. M. 

cameron name., to board 

cameron. festus 

durham pso fired upon during chase 

cameron. jerry 

chamber: expand jobs program backing 

Camp, eddy 

ad departments add clothes to movie model 

Camp. JIM 

16D FIRMS SUPPORT 20NE 

COUNTY OKS LIBRARY HID 

COMMISSIONERS OK SALE OF OL" COUNTY LIBRARY 

INQUIRIES gN wane, says INDUSTRY HUNTER 

CAMP. SUSAN MiRie (GARY) 

; FROM AREA ARE MOREHEAO FINALISTS 

CAMPANELLA. PHIL 

FAVORITE PHOTOS 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIE 

•HEE HAW' STAR ENJOYS PAINTING 

CAMPBELL, CHARLES H. 

READING PROGRAM PRAISED 



DATE 

c)/i3/ai 



P BYL 

N BBl 



H 2 
H 2 



S 2 
S 2 
H 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

5 2 



5/2')/81 
6/0<./ai 



a/i'i/Bi 

3/23/91 



5 2 7/16/81 C 10 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



H 2 

H 2 



S 2 
S 2 



S 2 

H 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



S 2 

H 2 

H I 

S 2 



6/25/91 
lJ/29/81 
10/30/81 
U/Ol/81 



8/17/81 

a/23/ai 



8/23/81 
10/17/ni 

io/2'./ei 



5 P 
5 
2 
13 P 



8/26/91 

10/16/91 
10/31/91 
U/0<./81 
ll/0'./91 
11/04/91 



12/19/81 
7/04/ai 



9/07/91 
a/17/81 



a/l7/Bl 

12/11/81 

6/D3/91 

5/06/91 
5/31/91 



7/1 1/ai 

a/25/81 
e/23/81 



3/16/91 
8/21/81 



9/D7/8I 
9/08/Bl 
9/1 1/81 

lo/u/ai 



12/24/91 
12/24/81 
8/27/81 



12/22/91 
12/22/Sl 
12/29/ei 
: 2/3C/61 
■.2/30/El 



H 1 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



3/25/61 
9/ 18/81 
S/31/6: 
7/03/91 
1/01/81 



7/16/81 
8/03/91 
8/04/81 
11/25/81 



12/26/81 

12/31/81 

6/04/81 

5/08/91 



N 

F S9I 

N 

N 

N P07 

N A54 



N 



2 P 
9 
9 P 



15 
IP 
13 
3 
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9 
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12 



N xn 

N 

N M23 
N M23 
N M2 3 
N M23 



4 T 
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15 



5 

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18 
6 
2 
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12 

ID 

1 

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N B51 
N B5I 
N 



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5 P 
1 



1 
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1 P 
1 



7 P 
2 P 
1 P 



N 

N S56 

N 



N S83 
N F30 



F F57 
N T37 



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■nran i i — ■■■MTra MnranifB Jimniiimi 



M0NTM1.Y/ANNU4L INOtX 



h.L. INOu'-TBlaL B04»0 MFMDt" IS L)E«D AT 65 

Camp=^Ell» frank B, 

STAItSVlLLE PASrOB TQ Hf AO BABTISTS 

N.C. BAPTISTS BLAST GROUPS LINKING FAITH TO POLITICS 

CAFPBELL. JOHN 0. 

7 FACING T08ACC0 CHARGES 

CAMPBELL. KaThY 

campbfll gets paper promotion 
camprell. Laura shjping imorgantoni 

hOTh£R argues against OEATh 

MAN GETS 1 LIFE TERMS IN MORGAnTON SLAYINGS 

CAMPBELL. MILGRED 

hCMAN CHABGFa I-I ""US STATION INCIDENT 
POLICE Change .OMAN WITH ASSAULT ON OFFICER 

campbell. fay eucene 
obituary 

Campbell, beggie 

lumbbrton man kllleo in scuffle with officers 

CAMPPELL. TOM 

3 CANDIDATES FILE; PRIMARY IS SFT UP 

FILING ENDS; 21 Vlt FOR CITY OFFICES 

CANDIDATES .JtFDING SELVES OUT 

TOM CAMPBELL FOB CITY COUNClL-aARO 1 

TOM CAHBBELL LEADS IN GIFTS 

JENKINS' TREaSuBEB MISSES FILING DEADLINE 

CANDIDATES: SERVICES EXTENSION BOON TO CITY 

CITY CANDIDATES OPPOSE REGULATING CONVERSIONS 

CANDIDATES: CHANGES NEEDED IN CITY'S TAX BASE 

CANDIDATES IN TUESDAY'S PRIMARY GIVE VIEWS ON ISSUES 

MAYOR SECOND IN VOTE COUNT 

CLOUD WATCHERS OUTNUMBER POLL WATCHERS ON "SLOW DAY 

CAMP3ELL NOT YET SURE OF WABO L OPPONENT 

TEACHERS' GROUP BACKED maRKHAM In PRIMARY RACE 

CANDIDATES SPAR OVER DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

TOM CAMPBELL FOR CITY COUNCIL 

STRAIGHT TALK FROM TOM CAMPBELL ON DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

MEET THE Candidates - 2: the ward 1 race 

STRAIGHT Talk FBGM TOM CAMPBELL ON POCKETBOOK ISSUES 

STRAIGHT Talk from tom Campbell on neighborhoods 

campaign forces start maneuvers 

ward 1 hopefuls vary on housing 

rcdenhizer. markham clash at fqrum 

sloan: durham moving sideways. not forward 

twc groups announce endorsements 

mayor. council candidates face the issues 

tom campbell for city council 

blacks. liberals put four on city council 

endorsements. turnout keys in council races 

nfw durham officials seek harmonious start 

push for civic center< expected to continue 

city council units named; hunt chosen 

new council moves fast 

campbell. wayne 

campoell says credit business dooming 

durham merchant predicts holiday sales to be excellent 

Campbell, william 

man reports assault. theft 

cai.ada. beal holt 

OEITuaRY: BEAL H, CANADA 

CANAOAY, JENNIFER 

THEY PLAN TO LOOK TO CHURCH FOR GUIDANCE 

CANNAOA, DORR it 

TRASH TRUCK CRUSHES CHAPEL HILL WOMAN 
GAR5AGE TRUCK KILLS WOMAN 
AUTOPSY SHOWS WOMAN FACING TRUCK 
HER USUAL ROUTE ENDED IN DEATH 
OFFICIAL SAYS DRIVER WAS NOT AT FAULT 
TRUCK DRIVER WILL FACE NO CHARGES 

CANNAOA, LUTHER Charles jr. 

UBl TUARY 

CANNADAY. MARK 

STuOENT GROUP 



PACE 33 
1/11/82 



iITS SETTLEMENT 



CA':NAjy. CAwOIE BELLE 

obituary: carrie cannady 

Cannon, edmdnd n. 

two n.c. policemen die within two days 

3 SOuGhT in killing OF CHARLOTTF POLICEMAN 
MUNDbEOS ATTEND SERVICES FOR TwO SLAIN POLICEMEN 

AN Empty place at table 

600 OFFICERS ATTEND POLICEMAN'S FUNERAL 

FOUR MEN Charged in death of charlotte police officer 

Cannon, william c. iCannon mills heIRI 
paper says cannon heir fired at mill 

Cannon, william r. bishop 

170 will receive diplomas 

graduates told to master selves 

graduates given ideas on success 

alshqp cannon to lead world methodists 

bishop's aim: leaders not joiners 

straying too "^ar afield 

social problems need more church help 



CANNY. 



-flL VEBNON (ASHEVILLEI 

hEcL kickEd about intruder 



CANTY. DAVID 
OE IIuARY 



CAPEhaRT. Eve 

FUN ON WHEELS. 



CAPLAN. DOUGLAS LAWSON 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 



. . FOR SAFETY' S SAKE 



„,„,,,_ - 3 INMATES ON SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGES 

NO CONTEST PLEADED IN JAIL CELL ASSAULT 
YOuTh DOESN'T CONTEST ASSAULT CHARGE 
INMATE DENIES ABUSING YOUTH 
SECOND INMATE AGREES TO TESTIFY 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P "YL 

H 2 9/Oa/BI All 



H 2 n/0<./81 A I P N 
H 2 11/05/81 A 1 N 



H 2 6/0<./ai A 17 N 

S 2 10/03/81 A 3 P N 



H 2 12/15/91 A 1<. 
H 2 12/15/81 A 8 



H 2 8/l')/ai B 1 
S 2 8/20/81 A I', 



H 2 7/18/81 C 2 
H 2 9/1B/81 A 18 N 



H 


2 


■j/oi/ei 


B 




P 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


9/05/81 


C 




P 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


9/28/81 


A 






N 


S5I 


H 


2 


9/28/81 


A 


12 


P 


A 




H 


2 


9/3D/81 


3 






N 


SSI 


s 


2 


9/30/81 


C 






N 


K90 


s 


2 


10/01/81 


c 






N 


K90 


s 


2 


10/02/81 


c 






N 


K90 


s 


2 


lD/03/81 


A 






N 


K90 


H 


2 


10/04/81 


A 




P 


N 




H 


2 


10/07/81 


A 






N 


S51 


H 


2 


10/07/81 


B 




P 


N 


S36 


s 


2 


10/07/81 


A 






N 


K90 


H 


2 


lo/n/ei 


B 






N 


V05 


H 


2 


IJ/l'./Bl 


C 






N 


S51 


H 


2 


10/19/81 


A 




P 


A 




H 


2 


10/23/81 


A 


11 


P 


A 




H 


2 


10/26/81 


B 






G 




H 


2 


10/26/81 


B 




P 


A 




H 


2 


10/28/81 


A 


12 


P 


A 




S 




10/29/81 


C 






N 


K90 


S 


2 


10/29/81 


c 







G 


K90 


H 


2 


10/30/81 


s 




P 


N 


551 


S 


2 


10/30/81 


c 






N 


K90 


H 


2 


1 1/01/81 


c 






N 




H 


2 


11/01/81 







p 


F 




H 


2 


11/02/81 


A 


14 


P 


A 




H 


2 


ll/O'./Bl 


A 




p 


N 


G53 


S 


2 


1 1/U<./81 


A 




P 


N 


K90 


s 


2 


11/04/81 


C 




p 


J 


K9a 


s 


2 


11/05/81 


A 






N 


S83 


H 


2 


12/08/81 


A 




P 


N 


S51 


s 


2 


12/08/81 


C 






N 


K90 


s 


2 


6/26/81 


c 






N 


K90 


s 


2 


11/13/Bl 


A 






N 


sa3 



S 2 7/20/81 B 5 N 
H 2 5/29/81 C 8 
H 2 7/26/81 E 2 P F 830 

S 

H 





7/13/81 


A 




N 


F46 




7/14/81 


R 




N 






7/14/81 


A 




N 


F46 




7/15/81 


ft 




N 


F46 




7/16/81 


fl 




N 






7/16/81 


C 




N 





H 2 11/14/81 



H 2 7/16/Bl 



H 2 6/06/81 A 8 



? 


11/24/Pl 


R 


6 


2 


11/25/81 


A 


8 


2 


11/26/81 


H 


1 n 


/ 


11/27/81 


H 


I 


r 


11/29/81 


1 


3 


2 


12/25/81 


A 


1 



H 2 11/29/81 A 13 



5/01/81 B 

5/10/81 A 

5/11/81 B 

3/01/81 A 

a/08/ni A 

10/20/81 A 

10/24/81 A 



H 2 10/28/81 B 5 N 
H 2 9/05/81 C 2 
S 2 5/21/81 1 P F F57 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



7/09/81 A 1 

7/25/81 C I 

7/25/31 * 12 

3/04/81 B 1 

3/12/31 A 10 



N 851 
N 851 
N 

N 
N 



-L < CU- 



HUNIML Y/ 



t-oRT -ILL TESTIFY IN J«1L CiSE 
»IT\£SS TELLS Of AbUSE 



N N U A L 



[ N J E X 
li/31/Hl 



alBEkT 
Fob TRIAn&LE 



AflNOLO HAOE 
=ITuAftY 



3-A THREAT 



CAPPSt LEE mOGO 

OFFICIAL: LIFE OJALITY WILL REUUIKE EFFORT 
auRHAV GRO.*Tn SEEN RISING 



PRESSING THE ISSUE 



CAROENt MIKE (ROXbOROI 
FOLKS AROUNO HERE: 

CAROes. MINNIE WiLKINS 
OBITUARY 

CAREY. MOSES lOHANGE CO.l 

five names menticmeo to fill board vacancy 
Three nominated to fill vacancy on orange board 
orange board narrows field to 3 

jim carlen laughs at his critics 
south carolina fires carlen 

CARLEN: NO COMMENT; hOLTZ: NO, THANK YOU 
NOTES 

CARlETCN. JAMES N. 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN HELD FOR ROBBERY 

CARLTON, DOROTHY J f AN 
061 TUARY 

CARLTON, FLORENCE ELLINGTON 
OBITUARY 

CARLTON, J. Phil 

STATE COLLEGE'S QUINTET HAS GIVEN N. 

CARLTON, JAMES NAGLE 

rtlLLS?OR0UGH MAN GUILTY IN ROBBERY 

CAtLTON, MARY HOUSE 

obituary: MPS. MARY CARLTON 

CARMEN, ELAINE HlLBERHAN OR. 
STRESS AFFECTING WOMEN 

CARMIChaEl, CARRIE 
OBITUARY 

CARMICHAEL, EUGENE A- 

LAWYER FACES ASSAULT CHARGE 

DURHAM LAWYER FACES ASSAULT CHARGE 

LA.YER'S HEARING SET FOR NOV. 10 

HEARING SET FOR LAWYER 

HEARING DELAYED 

ATTORNEY'S TRIAL CONTINUING TODAY 

JUOGE DISMISSES SEXUAL CHARGES AGAINST LAWYER 

JUDGE DROPS LAWYER'S CHARGES 



ONE GOVERNOR ALREADY 



CARNES, HARRY 
CARRBORO 



,. ICaRRBQROI 

•AS COME LONG WAY 



CARNEY, MARUYNN WILSON 

COMPLAINT FROM A BURGLARY VICTIM 

CAROLINA, MANNIE 

<,35 N.C. PRISONERS RELEASED IN 4 DAYS 

CARGThERS, MARY LOU (CHAPEL HILLI 

MEDIA ROUM HELPS TEACHERS RELAX 

CARPENTER, CHESTER (NEWARK, N.J.I 
OBI TuARY 

CAfPENTER, H. PEPRY 
OBITUARY 

CAfPENTER, HARRELL 

STOLEN HORSE BEATEN 

CAtPENTER, SCOTT 

LIBRARY WOULD BE GREAT GIFT TO OUKE 
THE LIBRARY AND FREEDOM QF SPEECH 

CARPENTER, W. L. "HILL" 

DESIGN FIRM aeCOMES tlOD MILLION GIANT 

Cabr, bob IMORGANTONI 

neigmpors sue morgantcn plant 

CARR, FREDERICK LOUIS "FRED" 

CARR, mIlson Banker, dead at tl 

CARR, GEORGE »ATTS 

SYMPHONY NEEDS NEW HALL 
HEALTH, A VACATION, NO TIES: 



A SURVEY Of HOLIDAY WISHES 



CARR, JAMES L. 

CARR IS ON COMMITTEE 

CLERK NAMED TO PANEL 

JIM CARS, COURT clerk: DUTIES ARE MANY FOR MAN OF WIT 

FOUR SEEK TO RETAIN DISTRICT COURT JUDGESHIPS 

CARR, JULIAN SHAKESPEARE 

hOw times 00 CHANGE: many SOULS WFRE SAVED 

CARR, aOPEST ALLAN 

CCNYESS GETS ?0-YEAR TERM IN TRIAL FOR SLAVERY 
TRUE HOLINESS IS CONE BUT NOT THE SCARS 

CaRBUR, G. B. "BUD" JR. 

•stagflation' predicted to continue 

bank official sees dismal economic picture ahead 

Carpingtcn, benjamin Elijah 

city schools tab new counselor 

CARRINGTON, "ARK 















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DATE 


S 

E 
C 


I 

L 

PG L 


T 
Y 
P 


BYL 




S 2 
S 2 


3/12/91 
9/01/81 


A 
B 


3 
I 


N 
N 


U57 




H 2 


8/30/81 


G 


12 


F 


S71 




H 2 


10/07/81 


C 


5 









H 2 
S 2 


5/01/81 
5/04/81 


A 
C 


1 


N 
N 


G33 
J25 




H 2 


11/13/81 


8 


1 


U 






H 2 


10/11/81 


C 


2 


□ 






H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


12/09/81 
12/19/81 
12/18/81 


8 
C 
A 


9 
1 
6 


N 
N 
N 


M23 
M23 




11 
H 2 
S 2 


10/26/91 
12/13/81 
12/15/81 
12/15/81 



B 
8 
b 


3 P 
1 P 
3 

2 


U 
N 
N 
U 


018 
D18 




H 2 


6/D5/81 


A 


9 


N 






H 2 


11/15/81 


c 


2 









H 2 


12/30/81 


A 


9 









H 2 


8/23/81 


A 


6 


N 






H 2 


9/26/81 


B 


t, 


N 






H 2 


5/23/81 


B 


9 









H 2 


12/10/81 


A 


20 


N 






H 2 


9/23/81 


a 


6 









H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


lO/Z'./Bl 
10/26/91 
lD/27/91 
11/11/91 
U/12/81 
11/13/81 
U/13/81 


A 
A 

c 

A 

c 

A 
A 
A 


1 
3 
1 
9 
1 

10 
1 

12 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


B51 




H 2 


9/27/81 


E 


1 P 


P 


H<,5 




H 2 


10/31/81 


A 


4 


L 






H 2 


12/13/81 





4 


L 






H 2 


5/06/91 


A 


1 


N 


851 




S 2 


lD/lT/81 


A 


3 


N 


M23 




H 2 


12/05/81 


A 


11 









H 2 


8/25/81 


A 


9 









H 2 


9/08/81 


S 


9 


N 






H 2 
H 2 


9/03/81 
9/18/81 


A 
A 


5 

A 


L 
L 






H 2 


9/20/81 


C 


3 P 


F 


F78 




H 2 


10/05/91 


A 


3 


N 






H 2 


7/21/91 


B 


9 









H 2 
H 2 


1D/3C/91 
12/2'./81 


A 

a 


10 


L 
F 


F7« 




S i 
H i 
H 2 
H 2 


7/23/81 

7/2t/81 

11/22/81 

12/16/81 


C 
A 
D 
8 


I 

15 P 
2 P 
1 


N 
N 
B 
N 


A68 




S 2 


10/16/81 


A 


l*. 


u 


043 




H 2 
H 2 


8/15/81 
8/23/81 


A 

A 


1 
1 


N 
N 


881 




H 2 

H 2 


5/02/81 
10/31/91 


A 
B 


13 
5 


N 
N 






S 2 


12/23/91 


A 


13 


N 







miHIiHIIHH 



E^^UU^^ 



MONTHLY/* 



INDEX 
li/31/9l 



N » M E S 



P«GE "55 
l/n/92 



.fOR A UHILE 



• CAMPhA FINLS UNnERwATER TREASUKFS 

CaR-\ I l.'.TON. PAUL 0. 

N1«DN LIBRARY DRAWS FOES 

IT 1.AS SHOJTH SAILING FOR M XON AT OUKE. 

CAi« (-.'■.nN. thegtjre MACOf. "teo" 

UBITUAKY: THcCOOkE CARKINGTON 

CAR.<lLL. DA.-, DYSON J". I6AST BENDl 

THREE TEEN-AGERS KILLED IN YAOKIN COUNTY ACCIDENT 

CARROLL. EUGENE H. 

DAMAGES SOUGHT FOR EXPLODING BOTTLE 

CARROLL. JOHN THOMAS 
OBITUARY 

CARROLL. PEARLIE 

MAN PLEADS Guilty as accessory 

CARROLL. WILLIAM u. "MHITIE" 
091 TUARY 

CARSON. JAMES LENNIE 
OBI TuARY 

Cap SON. SA-uEl PRICE 

■lAIIvF TAR HEEL t-AO ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT OF TEXAS 

CARSwtLL. AOCIE MAE IflOXDOROI 

obituary: ADOIE MAE CARSWELL 

CARTER. PILLY lOURHAMl 

TRUST BUILDING TO GET RENOVATIONS 

CARTER. BILLY (PLAINS. GA.I 

THt PR Expert 

LIBYA/BILLY CARTER ICARTOONI 

BILLY CARTER: REDNECKS GOOD FOLKS 

FROM BILLY BEER TO MAUREEN JELLY BEANS ICARTOONI 

CARTER. 6RENDA CISSELL 

POLICE ARREST MAN ON 3 DRUG CHARGES 
DURHAM MAN HELD ON FEDERAL DRUG CHARGES 



S 

N E E 

P DATE C 



PG L P HYL 



H 2 Ii/U/81 A 14 



H 2 a/l<./91 A 
H 2 9/02/81 A 



H 2 5/10/81 A 

H 2 10/Ol/Bl B 

H 2 'J/lT/81 A 

H 2 12/08/81 9 

S 2 •5/02/81 A 

H 2 7/21/Bl 6 

H 2 9/13/91 C 

S 2 6/26/31 A 

H 2 5/02/81 B 

S 2 9/2'5/81 A 



H 2 6/02/91 A 

H 2 9/2'./81 A 

H 2 9/25/81 A 

H 2 11/07/81 A 



5 2 10/13/81 a 
H 2 lO/K/Bl C 



N S51 

F C53 



9 









1<. 









9 




F 


J 50 


a 









3 




N 


S83 


4 

17 

4 


T 
T 


E 
T 

N 
T 


R56 
R56 


1 
I 




N 
N 


F30 
AS", 



CARTER. CAJOLYN 

CITY EMPLOYEES GET PAY RAISES 

COUNTY RESIDENTS TO FIuHT ANNEXATION 

RESIDENTS PLAN TO FIGHT ANNEXATION 

CARTER. JIMMY IPRESI06NTI 

CALIFANO BOOK ON CARTER ICARTOONI 

A HANDOUT SOUGHT FOR THE EX-PRESIDENT 

HE'S MISSED 

NO DEAL KITH PLO THUGS 

FORMER AIDE SAYS HISTORY UILL BE KINO TO CARTER 

CARTER MAY FISH FOR N.C. TROUT 

SADNESS AND SIN ABOUND IN GOOD SOUTHERN WRITING 

CARTER. JIMMY. FOKflGU TRIPS. ECONOMIC SUMMIT 
THEY BARKED AND bO«EO AT SUMMIT TABLE 

CARTER. LUCILLE GATES 

oei tuary 

CARTER. LYOIA G. 
OBITUARY 



CARTER. MARTHA 
BOARD ADDS 



4 TEACHER AIDES 



CARTER. MITCHELL 

OFFICERS RECEIVE AWARD 

CARTER. THOMAS 

MEN CHARGED IN SLAYING OF WOMAN IN OUKE PARK 

JUDGE APPOINTS ATTORNEYS IN MURDER CASE 

MAN CHARGED IN KILLING IMPLICATED PSO IN THEFT 

CARIIER. MEL 

HE GIVES ROSES. EARNS LAURELS 

CARTY, BRIAN IGRSENVILLEI 

DRIVER FREED FROM WRECK 
MAN UNHURT IN ACCIDENT 

CARVER. GEORGE WASHINGTON 

AUTHOR: CARVER'S WORK UNDERRATED 

CARVEK. L. J. 

■They STILL DCN' 



T KNOW ME': CREDIT CARDS DIDN'T HELP W. VA. JUDGE 



CARVER. LIB 

IF DUKE SAYS NO. BENEFITS GO ELSEWHERE 

CARVER. MAFVIN (MERRILL LYNCH EXEC.l 

STOCKBROKERS SAY INTEREST RATE DECLINE IS GOOD SIGN 

CARVER. MARVIN JP . 

hOkE heads COUNTY SEWAGE COMMITTEE 

ROUGEMONT WATER SYSTE" EYED 

DEVELOPERS. PROPERTY OWNERS VOICE SEPTIC TANK GRIEVANCES 

CARVER. REVIS (ROXPOROI 

ROXOORO'S MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS SHAPING UP 

BALLOTS TO BE CAST TUESDAY IN THREE AREA CITIES 

SELF-PROCLAIMED wITCH LOSES MORGANTON MAYOR'S RACE 

ROAEORO ELECTS BRAOShER MAYOR 

NO DECISION MADE ON ROXBQRO POLICE 

CARVER. ROY J. 

CAkVER Buys INTO SANFORO-HAMNER DEVELOPMENT GROUP 
POSSIBLE OuRhAM boom INTERESTS BANKS, INVESTORS 
OURMA" INVESTOR DEAD AT 71 
DURHAM INVESTOR DIES 

CARVER. VEN 

BIKING IN THIN AIR: AT 15.000 FEET, OUR REPORTER PEDALS HIMSELF WOOZY 

CASEY, MARION 

COURT AWARDS WOMAN S90.0D0 

CASEY. WILLIAM J. 



H 2 10/11/81 



S 2 8/21/81 C 
S 2 10/13/81 A 
H 2 lO/l'./Bl C 



H 2 5/06/81 A 

H 2 6/18/Rl A 

H 2 6/26/91 A 

H 2 10/15/81 A 

H 2 10/21/81 A 

H 2 ll/U/81 A 

H 2 11/22/91 



H 2 9/07/81 A 

H 2 8/31/81 B 

H 2 9/15/81 B 

H 2 9/01/81 A 

S 2 11/27/81 A 



H 2 8/19/81 A 
S 2 8/19/81 C 
H 2 9/20/81 B 



H 2 11/20/91 A 4 



H 2 11/27/81 B 
S 2 11/27/81 C 



H 2 12/26/81 A 

H 2 a/25/81 B 

H 2 9/03/81 A 

S 2 9/22/81 A 



H 2 5/01/81 8 
H 2 5/02/81 A 
S 2 5/14/81 A 



H 1 8/29/Rl C 

H 1 10/03/81 B 

H 2 10/07/81 C 

H I 10/07/81 a 

H 1 10/16/81 B 



1 
1 
I 


N 
N 
N 


K90 
K90 
S51 


4 
4 
4 
4 
I 1 
1 1 
3 


T T 

E 
E 
E 
N 
N 
V 


R56 
S36 


I 


U 


H49 


6 







6 







11 


N 


M23 


12 


N 





1 
I 


P N 
N 




12 
1 


N 
N 




4 


L 




1 


N 


583 


1 
10 

1 


N 
N 
N 


S51 

K90 


1 

1 


N 
N 


H60 



H 
S 
H 
S 


2 
2 

2 
2 


6/03/81 
6/03/81 
6/18/81 
6/19/81 


A 
A 

A 
C 


1 N 
1 N 
1 N 
I N 


851 
K90 

F7a 


H 


2 


11/08/81 


c 


2 P F 


C19 


H 


2 


7/io/ei 


a 


1 N 


851 



MUNTHL y/AN 



P=AT PLANT Gets BIG INVESTOBS 
ACT HARMS U.S. AGENCIES 

CASEV, WILLIS 

CASEY: <IFFIN'S JOB SECURE DESPITE MARK 

CASH, GEORGE 

FACES IM Durham: SHOE REPAIRMAN 

CASH. HAIEL AND kAYNE , , 

CONCERNED INDIVIDUALS CLEANING UP ENJ RIVER 



INDEX 
li/31/flI 



NAMES 



PAGE 36 
1/U/aj 



HAMfTON, VA.) 



CASH, LETA SUGGS 
OBITUARY 

CASH, MEChELLE 

HOT SHOT Champions ckohned 

HOT SHOT HOT SHOTS 

CASHOOLLAR, LESTER HILLUM 

7 PERSONS HURT IN TWO-CAR CRASH 

CASHION, E. F. LYNN JR. 

HE TELEGRAPHED CONGRATULATIONS 

CASHION, JOHN ARCHIE 

MAN ACQUITTED OF KILLING N.C. BUSINESSMAN 

CASMWtLL, HAPRY 

OLD TRAOlTin-l DICTATES FLOWERS FOR MOTHERS 
WITH THEIR FOIL, STAVING AT HOME'S FUN 

CASON, JEANNFTTE 

PEACE CORPS nFEOS people 

CASONI, FREDERICK 

REAGAN PICTURES PROMPT LAWSUIT 

CASSELL, ARTHUR 

GREENSBCRO BUSINESSMAN MAY GET BUDGET PANEL SEAT 

CASSIDY, FRED J. lOERwOOD, MO. I 
70IH DIVISION ORGANUES 

CASSIDY, JOHN FREDERICK JR. (MARATHON SHORES, FLA. I 
AGENTS RELEASE RAID NAMES 
SIX ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID ARE CHARGED 
3DN0S SET AT 11 MILLION 
aONOS SET FOR 5 DRUG SUSPECTS 

CASSIDY, JOHN HEROFRT (MARATHON SHORES, FLA.) 
AGENTS SELEASF BAIO NAMES 
SIX ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID ARE CHARGED 
BONDS SET AT Jl MILLION 
BONOS SET FOR 6 DRUG SUSPECTS 

CASTLE, Everett paul 

obituary: EVERETT PAUL CASTLE 

CATES, BARRY wARPEN (wARRENTONl 

MAN CHARGED WIIH THREATENING REAGAN 

CATES, BILLR. 1 

POLICE REPORT Two ARMED ROBBERIES 

CATES, DAVID LEE 

2 ARRESTS CLE«R HOUSEBREAKINGS 

CaIES, FayE J. 

DOUBLE STANDARD 

CATES, FRED S. 

ORANGE COURTHOUSE RESTORATION OPPOSED 
HILLSBOROUGH WANTS LANDFILL FOR BURNING 
HILLSflGPOUGH -AYCR ASKS PLANNING CHAIRMAN TO QUIT 
CATES SAYS COX SHOULD RESIGN 
REiONING PETITION TO BE DISCUSSED 
PLANNING BOARD CHAIRMAN TO STAY 
COX REFUSES TO RESIGN AFTER MAYOR'S REQUEST 
MAYOR, COMMISS Ir.-JER CLASH AT HILLSBOROUGH MEETING 
CAIES. HILLSbOHOUGH COMMISSIONER CLASH 
HILLiCOROUGH FIGHTING TO KEEP OLD COURTHOUSE 
DISPUTE HITS TAXPAYERS TWICE 

CAIES, HARRIET 

SOUThChEM holds grand opening at new QUARTERS 

CATES. JAMES BLACkNALL "FOXY" 
OBITUARY 

CATES, JERRY EDWARD I H I LLSBOROUGH I 

FOUR DIE ON N.C. 98 IN hEaO-ON COLLISION 
RITES TOMORROW FOR VICTIMS 

CAIES. OTIS LEE 

JUDGE CONTINUES TO BOSTON 

CAThERS, RICH 

CABLE TV TO EXPAND LOCAL PROGRAMS 
PBGGRAMS EXPANDING 
TV LEADERSHIP 

CaTO, FRED AND ANN 

caearfcus county couple vows to teach 2 children at home 
concord couple takes daughter out of school 

caudle, julia 

miss durham 3fhin0 the bulls 
miss wilmington new miss n.c. 

Caudle, kenneih carry (charlotte) 
'sting' verdici upheld 
court upholds conviction 

caudle, raeford i w i ns ton-s alem ) 

government briefs detail alleged nazi bomb plot 

nazis' motions thrown out 

security tight for nazis' trial 

trial of 6 nazis begins monday 

jury selected to try k nazis on conspiracy charges 

nazi trial testimony begins 

agent says nazi described bomb plans 

prosecution rests in nazis' trial 

defense rests in nazis' trial 

oelibfrations to resume today in nazis' trial 

judoe dfclac£s mistrial in greensboro conspiracy case 



S I T 

E L Y 

C PG L P BYL 



S 2 t>/l5/fll C 
S 2 10/22/81 A 



DATE 

1 C 5 N 
E 

H 2 11/20/81 C 3 N S'Jl 

S 2 12/05/81 A 1 P P S76 

H 2 7/26/81 E 10 P F G78 

H 2 10/23/81 C a 

S 2 a/20/ei C ". P N 

H 2 8/23/81 B 8 P P T37 

H 2 9/06/81 C 5 N 

H 1 7/31/81 B 1 N 

H 2 5/30/dl B 16 N 

H 2 5/10/81 E 12 P F 078 

H 2 <»/13/ai A 18 P F 078 

H 2 5/0<,/81 A 5 L 

H 2 8/25/81 B I N 

H 2 8/16/81 A ". N 

S 2 10/06/81 A <. L 



S 1 8/17/ai C 1 

H 2 a/lB/8l A 10 

S 2 8/I<»/Bl C 1 

H 2 a/20/Bl C ' 



S 1 8/17/81 C 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


a/ia/ai 
a/10/81 

a/20/81 


A 
C 

c 


10 

1 

1 


N 
N 

N 


U57 


H 2 


6/15/81 


B 


8 







H 2 


ii/06/ai 


C 


a 


N 




S 2 


a/D5/ai 


c 


1 


N 




S 2 


12/17/81 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


10/05/81 


A 


t* 


L 





S 2 5/11/81 A 1 N M01 

H 2 '5/15/81 A 3 N M23 

H 2 9/23/81 B I P N W36 

S 2 9/23/Bl C I N 

H 2 10/lO/ai B 9 N 

H 2 lO/H/Bl B 3 N W36 

S 2 10/14/81 A 11 N 

H 2 10/20/31 A 3 P N W36 

S 2 10/20/81 fl 5 N 

S 2 12/05/81 A3 N M23 

H 2 12/28/81 a 1 N 



H 2 


5/15/ai B 


'i 


N 


H 2 


10/10/81 B 


9 





H 2 
S 2 


8/17/81 A 
a/l7/8I C 


1 

1 


N A5', 





S 2 8/25/81 



H 


7 


e/09/81 




?? 


5 


/ 


a/io/ai 




1 


H 


2 


8/31/ai 




<, 


M 


? 


7/21/ai 




fl 


H 


2 


8/27/81 




16 


H 


2 


6/23/81 




3 


H 


2 


6/28/81 




1 


H 


? 


U/18/8I 




3 


s 


2 


U/18/ai 




6 


H 


? 


5/15/81 




1 ? 


H 


7 


6/23/81 




4 


H 


! 


7/0<./81 




15 


H 


1 


7/12/81 




/ 1 


M 


> 


7/u/ai 




•. 


', 


? 


7/l<,/fll 




2 


H 


? 


7/15/ai 




5 


H 


/ 


7/16/Bl 




h 


H 


7 


7/17/81 




4 


H 


/ 


7/18/81 




5 


H 


2 


7/19/81 




1 



,■_„.- .....w^.^.^mijjijupyilg 



MONTHLY/A 



N M U A L 



INDEX 
li/31/81 



NAMES 



PACE 17 



b NAilS FACE BETRIAL IN ASmEVILLE 

JURY IS SWOBN IN FOR 9ETRIAL OF ti ON CONSPIRACY CHARGES 

JURY HEARS Tapes of boms discussion 

jury hears tape of nazi claiming to have source in u.s. agency 

defendant says agent scared hf r 

six nazis found guilty; 3 get prison sentences 

caus3y, e. eugene 

mords worth heeding 

causey, eo 

bankruptcies have significant increase 

CAVANAGH, JOHN SENATOR 

REPEAL OF OBSCENITY LAU SOUGHT 

CAVANAUCh, G. S. T. 

PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES TOO CUMBERSOME 
MERCURY AND MFOICINE 

CAVENAR, MARY G. ICHAPEL HICLI 

GOVERNMENT ACTIONS UNDERMINE CONFIDENCE 

CAVIN, LYNN 

a"YfMlEND TESTIFIES hE SHOT PREDECESSOR IN SELF-DEFENSE 

MAN acouitteo in assault case 

JURY ACQUITS MAN IN TRIAL FOR ASSAULT 

CAVENESS, FVANOEP 

POLICE CHARGE Z 



IN BREAK-IN AT NIGHTSPOT 



CAWLEY, JOHN ISOUTHEPN PINESI 
OBITUARY: JOHN CAULEY 

CAYER, DAVID DR. 

PREYER. PHYSICIANS TO BE HONORED 

7 PHYSICIANS. FORMER SOLON TO BE HONORED 



CECIL 
CECIL 



CURTIS fl. 

RAW DEAL FOB PEOPLE OF EFLANO 



HARLEY 
MURDOCH PREPARES FOR FARM DAY 



CECIL, ROBERT IJUDGEI 

JUDGE WILL INVESTIGATE TRAFFIC CASE HANDLING 

CEKAOA. LOUISE LEwIS 

obituary: MRS. LOUISE L. CEKADA 

CELL, JOHN 

NIXON LIBRARY FOES SPARK FACULTY MEET 

CEPMAK, CHARLES 

PLANE CRASH SUIT DISMISSED IN FORSYTH 

CHADDOCk, JACK 

ChaDDCCK leads SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS 

Chaooock, mallery 

woman robpeo at home 1 missing daughter turns up 

armed r08?er steals 16.00 

rob»ery victim turned on light to find man pointing gun at her 

three accused in burglary 

i charged in burglary 

CHAFE, w ILL lAM H. DR. 

CRITICS PBOBE -SOUTHERN LITERATURE' 

DUKE PROF WINS RFK BOOK AWARD 

SANFORD'S TACTICS RILE SOME ON DUKE FACULTY 

SOME FACULTY •DISTRESSED- BY DUKE TRUSTEE'S STANCE 

CHAFFEE, JOHN 

GUIDELINES URGED IN VANCE ON EXTENSION OF SERVICES 

CHAMBERLAIN, BETTY 

HUGH HOLMAN: an inspiring TEACHER OF UNSWERVING HONESTY 

chamberlain, dawn michelle 
obituary 

Chamberlain, rhett jr. 

DURHAM jobs office may ESCAPE REDUCTIONS 

unemployrent claims drop in durham county 

Chambers, byrde ialamance co.i 
alamance woman honored 

Chambers, Gary 

mutual friends plotted to get them together 

Chambers, julius l. 

busing blasted by researcher 

u'JC DESEGREGATION PLAN MAY PE OPPOSED BY NAACP 

UNC BATTLE LONG, COSTLY - IT-S TIME FOR COOPERATION 

'JJ^'^^tT,?^'"!''''"^'""' P'-*NS ATTACKED AS UNFAIR TO BLACKS 

"^•^OFF CIAL SAYS NEw CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS VINDICTIVE 

CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER RAPS INTOLERANCE ACCUSATION 

U.S. COURTS ASKED TO MAKE REOI STR ICT ING SUIT CLASS ACTION 

CHAM3ERS, O-NELLIE HARRIS 

aOY CHARGED wITH STABBING HIS GRANOMOTMEfl TO DEATH 

evcn in jail, a bright christmas 

Champion, ann 

boy and girl shot in forsyth 

champion, clarence iharrentoni 

TEACHER IS Charged in slaying 

Champion, w. ouke ihendersoni 
henderson run-off sought 



CHANCE, CLIFTON 
OBITUARY 



'CLICK- ROSS 



CHANDLER. LINDA 

CHANDLER SERVES ON BAPTIST FACULTY 

CHAPEL HILL BOOK MARKET ATTRACTINIG ATTENTION OF N.C. BARGAIN HUNTERS 

CHANDLER, MATT 

JORTaN collects triangle net TITLE 

chandler fights back from operation 

Chandler, Raymond 

magic - that's what you need for great writing 



S I I 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P BYL 

H 2 9/13/')l A <, N 

H 2 9/15/81 A 8 N 

H 2 9/16/81 A 6 N 

H 2 9/17/81 A 12 N 

H 2 9/18/ai A 18 N 

H 2 9/19/81 A 1 



S 2 12/U/ai A <■ 
S 2 5/19/81 B I 
H 2 5/03/81 A 16 



H 2 8/24/81 A "i 
H 2 U/17/81 A <, 



S 2 12/09/81 A 



H 2 12/09/81 B I 
H 2 12/lD/Sl B I 
S 2 12/10/81 A 10 



S 2 8/24/81 C I 
H 2 5/DA/81 B 8 



H 2 11/19/81 A n 
S 2 11/19/81 C 11 



N 
E 
N K90 

N 



N 951 
N B5I 



H 2 12/31/81 A 5 L 

S 2 9/16/81 C 1 P N F30 

H 2 7/31/81 A 7 N 

H 2 6/25/81 A 18 

H 2 9/01/81 A 1 P N G53 

H 2 12/20/81 C 4 N 

S 2 6/3C/81 C 4 N 



H 2 12/08/81 A 1 

S 2 12/0 8/81 A 8 

H 2 12/09/81 A a 

H 2 12/22/Rl A 12 

S 2 12/22/81 A 10 



H 2 5/03/81 D 3 P U H45 

H 2 5/14/ai A 15 P N 

H 2 9/20/ai C I P N G53 

H 2 11/16/81 B 1 N W24 



H 1 5/05/81 B I N 
H 2 11/15/81 4 J 
H 2 12/30/81 A 9 P a 



S 2 6/30/ai C 1 N K90 
S 2 8/11/81 A 1 N 583 



H 1 11/14/81 fl 1 N 

H 2 9/13/81 E 2 P F 830 



H 2 5/15/81 A 13 

H 2 6/22/81 A 1 

H 2 6/25/81 A 4 

H 2 9/17/81 A 1 

H 2 10/13/81 A 1 

S 2 10/13/81 B 9 

S 2 10/16/81 A 1 



M 2 9/30/81 A 1 
H 2 12/25/81 A 1 



H 2 6/30/81 A 8 

H 1 6/02/Bl B I 

H I 10/13/81 B 1 

H 2 10/15/81 C 15 



S 2 7/30/81 C 8 N 

H 2 10/11/81 3 P U H45 



H 2 5/10/81 B 6 R- N 

s 2 a/04/81 a 2 p u 018 



H 2 7/13/81 B 1 U 536 



M0NTMLY/4N"4UAL 



1 N t X 



P»GE 38 
1/11/82 



P 



DATE 



P& L P RYl 



CmAXOLER. u. C. 1PER50 
APPEALS C0U9T a«o 

Chandler, willia" ouval jh. ielmhurst, ili 
obituary 

CHAf4f)R*. ARUNA 

OUftMAM GIRLS CAPTURE DOUBLES 



ChANEY. "IChaBO 

PROSECUTOR'S npf 
CIVIC CLliSS OFF 

Chang. rwEn-jEN OR. 

MILK HAY CONTAIN 

CHAPIN. MARVIN EDhIN 
OBITUARY 

CHAPMAN, AAkCN 

DURHAM MAN RECRU 

CHAPMAN, OAVID IDANCE 
BACKSTAGE AT The 

CHAPMAN, OAVID IGOLFE 
CHAPMAN LOOKS FO 
MiNNEO LIKELY TO 
LONG DRIVES, SnO 
•CHOP" LOVES spn 
FOUL MOODS, FOUL 
DEBATE MARS MATE 

CHAPMAN, JARVIS OALE 
ARCmOALE PREACmE 
MAN INulCTEO IN 
AnaAIGiNiMENI JELA 
DEFENDANT PLEADS 

CHAPMAN, MARK DAVID 

JUSTICE TOO OFTE 

CHAPMAN, SADIE 

HER TEACHING MOT 

CHAPPELL, FRED 

FREO CHAPPELL VO 

CHAPPELL. R. T. 

2 OFFICERS STRUC 
PSQ OFFICERS Cha 

CHARLES. HERMAN 

COURT: MAN NOT D 

CHARLES. PRINCE OF WA 
SCRAP IRONY 
SERVILITY AND COl 

british style 
These n.c. chair 
commemorative st 
crowning virtue 
the medding 
let them eat cak 

FOLKS AROUND HER 
DURHAM ANGLOPHIL 
HE TELEGRAPHED C 
ROYAL ROMANCE 
GRANDIOSITY AND 

Charles. TERESA 

PURSE SNATCHING 

CniRLIF I«n-SHOES I IS 
REu TAPE HOLDING 

Charlie still ca 

ChaklTCN. GEORGE I ENG 
GIFTS FRCM ENGLA 



ICE FORESEES NO ACTION ON PHONE SOLICITING 
The HOOK 



TRACES OF MORPHINE 
JR. DR. IRALEIGH) 



ITS BLACKS FOR NEW SOVEREIGN STATE IN AFRICA 

TECHNICAL DIRECTOR) 
DANCE FESTIVAL 

Rl 

R ENDURANCE 

EMERGE FROM AREA GOLF"S BIG FOUR 
RT PUTTS COST wEISNER 
TLIGhT 

HEATHER FOLLOW PLAY 



R KILLED AT REVIVAL IN LOUISIANA 
SHOOTING OF EVANGELIST 
YED IN SLAYING 
INSANITY IN DEATH OF N.C. MINISTER 



N SEEMS UNBALANCED 

TO FOR <.'. YEARS: LET'S FIND OUT 

LOME WINS POETRY CONTEST 



K WHILE MAKING ARREST 
RGE ASSAULT 



ENIED OUICK TR I AL 

LES 

URTESY 

S ARE FIT FOR A PRINCE 
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£: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

£S CELEBRATE ROYAL WEDDING 

ONGRATULATIONS 

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UP CHARLIE' S TR IP TO U.S. 
N'T GET 'STATESIDE' 

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CHASE, PERCY R. JR. 
OBITUARY 

CHAVIS. SEN 

BLACK PIRTY PLA« 
BLACKS URGED TO 

CHAVIS. EMMA HA.LEY I 
3 KILLED, I HURT 
MAN INJURED IN 

CHAVIS, JIMMY ILOUIS? 
DEFENSE RESTS CA 

ChayEfsky, paddy 

PADDY CHAYErSKY 

ChECHETKINA, OLGA 

NCCU HOSTS BtTIR 
FORMER SOVIET ED 
RtTIkEO SOVIET E 



NING CONVENTION 
SUPPORT NEW PARTY 

OHFORO) 

IN COLLISION ON U.S. 15 NORTH OF OXFORD 
CCIDENT LISTED I.M STABLE CONDITION 

URGI 

SE IN TRIAL OF ALSTON 



ED SOVIET EDITOR TODAY 

ITOR HITS REAGAN'S ARMS PROPOSAL 

OITOR auESTIONS PROPOSAL'S TIMING 



Cm£E<, 



JAMES 6. 

TO RECEIVF HON 



CHEEK. LEON C . REV. 
obituary: REV- 

ChERRY. CORBIN 

MENTAL HEALTH GO 

CHERRY, LYNN JR. 

1ST OFFICE CO'lDOi 

Cherry, michael a. 

RECOCNIilNG HERO 

state cites 2 wo 

cheshire, lucius 

•sodumy editjria 
sex behavior pri 
cheshire files f 
Cheshire juins 
surprise candida 
Cheshire wins in 



ORARY DEGREES 

EON c. Cheek 

LF OPENS AT DUKE 

MINIUM UNDER WAY DOWNTOWN 



ISM 

RKERS AT HOSPI TAL 

HILLSBOROUGH! 

OFFENSIVE 
VATE MATTER 
OR HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR 
ACE 

TES FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 
HlLLSbOROUGH 



H 1 11/07/bl B 1 N 

M Z 10/20/81 C 2 

H 2 6/18/81 3 P N 



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H 2 10/16/81 B 1 



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N B51 



H 2 s/is/ai A <) N 

H 2 10/25/81 C 2 

S 2 10/12/81 C 10 N 

S 2 7/23/81 D 1 P F 971 



S 2 6/25/81 C 2 P U 018 

H 2 6/28/81 BIN 043 

H 2 7/01/81 D 2 P N POT 

S 2 7/01/81 D 1 P U 019 

H 2 7/D'./81 B 2 P N S91 

S 2 7/0^/81 ASP F25 



H2 10/0 7/81 fl 6 N 

H 2 10/21/81 C 14 N 

S 2 10/28/81 C 6 N 

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S 2 6/09/8 1 B 1 
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H 2 ll/2'./81 A 12 N 

H 2 11/25/81 B 1 P N W2<, 

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S 2 10/26/81 A ION Sa3 



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HONTriLV/ANNUAL INDEX 

5/01/81 - W/31/ei 



CHESrtiKE IS NEh MlLLSnOPOU&H MAYaR 

tokn officials shorn in 

CmESLET, C. C. 

CHESLEY'S OEPARTURE opens TV BIDDING ON ACC 

CmESSON, chip 

aUILDEr*St DEVELOPERS OfFER IDEAS FOR SEPTIC TANKS 

Chestnut, harolo 

LISBabY on yMEELS: NtH VAN PERFORHS OLD SERVICE 

ChIlDEHS> WALTER C. KENTUCKVI 

BUSINESSHAN SAIO SUBJECT OF PROBE 

CHlLOtaSi WILLIA" FLLIS 

7Th PRISON TKANSfER CET5 CHILDERS CLOSER TO HOME 
FAMILY AWAITING CHILDERS* WORK RELEASE 
CHILJERS MAY "E HOME WITH FAMILY SOON 
INMATE ChIlOERS to be FREED BEFORE CHRISTMAS 

CMiLOERS Family facing happier yule holioay 
Childress, alfreo floyo 

obituary: alfreo f. CHILDRESS 

childress, richard 

earnhardt. childress join forces 

childs, jack 

unc author identifies double agents 

author names top spies 

fbi tried to block publication of book, unc professor says 

chilos, morris 

unc author identifies double agents 

author names top spies 

fbi tried to block publication of book, unc professor says 

ChON, YONG-GYUN NAH 

KOREAN RECALLS AGONIZING DAYS 

CHORMAN, STEPHEN M. 

MAN CHARGED IN KILLING IHPLICATEJ PSO IN THEFT 

CHOU en LAI 

PROF GETS GRANT FOR CHOU BOOK 

ChCUOHURY, GDLAM W. OR. 

PROF GETS GRANT FOR CHOU BOOK 
CHUUDHURY VISITING CHINA 
PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

ChRISPElL. IVA hankins 
obituary 

chr istensen, vern dr. 

That big biro ON TABLE WAS DUMB 

ChR ISTIAN, DAVID A. 

more jobs and benefits .urged for vietnam veterans 

Christian, don 

OON Christian treated for artery blockage 

christian, linwooo 

president of creative printers dies 

Christie, deborah carnes 

ACTING ados interest TQ HER BUSY LIFE 

breastfeeding should be encouraged 

Christmas, leone morris 
obituary 

Chun oqo-hwan 

hunt calls on KOREAN PRESIDENT 

ciohpi. arturo 

arturo ciompi to perform 
clarinet recital is tonight 

Claiborne, jerry imarylanoi 

maryland; claiborne seeks improved passing game ... 
blue devils to face atypical maryland team 
revenge not on claiborne's mino 
terps' claiborne to take uk job, report indicates 
terp coach goes "home' to kentucky 

clark, annie lee hahlett 

obituary: mrs. annie lee clark 

clark, chaisney m. ( h ill sborough 1 
obituary: chaisney clark 

clark, howard 

folks around here: how's that again? 

clark. james matthew 

obituary: james m. clark 

clark. roxanna j. 
obituary 

CLARKf TOM (OAVIDSONl 

FOR DAVIDSON RELIGION PROFESSOR, THERE'S GNOME-PLACE LIKE HOME 

CLARK, WALTER OAVIO 

ARREST MADE AFTER SLAYING IN BURLINGTON 

CLARKE, ALLEN S. 

MAN FROM PINEhuRST GIVES OBSERVATORY TO MATH SCHOOL 
MATH SCHOOL RFCEIVES OBSERVATORY AS GIFT 
INTEREST WILL CROW IN SCHOOL OF SCIENCE 

CLARKE. GEORGE E. 

ClARKE IS APPOINTED 

CLARKE, LLOYD w. REV. 

OBITUARY: REV. LLOYD W. CLARKE 

CLARKSON. ELUABEIH BARNHILL 

5". YEARS OF HARD WORK TURN CLAY FIELD INTO LUSH GARDEN 

CLARY, WILTON UER3E 

M'lTIyE MAY NEVER eE KNOWN IN KILLING OF HENDE RSONV IL L E GIRL 
MAN CHANGES PLEA TO GUILTY IN HENOERSONVI LLE SLAYING 



NAMES 



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MUNTHLY/A 



INDEX 



PACE *Q 

1/1 1/aj 



CLAjSE. PAfiKY IaTlaNTA! 

A'. lf.:jBANCE »KAN&l.e: FOR AOENTS, N.C. OEPT. MEKQ MAKES fUU FLT 
CL'USu't, VAJGmN 

sutoiSH, Russian socialism different 

CLAY. ARD6LL ALSTON 
OBITUARY 

CLAY. SUSIE JOHNSON 

OBITUARY: MRS. SuSIE CLAY 

CLAYTON. C. H. CAPT. 

OFFICERS ARE GIVEN NEW ASSIGNMENTS 
PSO lABS INTERNAL CHANGES 

CLAYTON, OONALO (HURPLE HILLSI 
NAN GETS TERM FOR RAPE 
HAN SENTENCED IN ASSAULT 

CLAYTON. GEORGE DEWEY 
OBITUARY 

CLAYTON. JFRRy 

nfspaper sues bjxeoro to get portion of report 
neaspaper jill drop suit against roxaoro 

Clayton, john 

honored underwriters 

Clayton, w. ,'ohn (hillsbohoughi 

nills30p0ugh man. 90. may slow down next year 

CLAYTOR. FRED 

CLAYTOR STEPS DOuN AT ORANGE 

CLEARY, MARY 

ALTERNATIVE CARE PROGRAM IS UNDER WAY 

CLEGG, dan HARVEY 

obituary: da:. h, clegg 

clegg, maurice 

fishing's royal flush 

cleland, harold m. 

slanted ouestionnaire 

Clelano. max 

attitudes seen changing toward vietnam veterans 

cleland. rick 

final exams test mettle 

clement. a. j. howard iii 

SCHOOL CRITICS Should join positive groups 
CITY poAPo DISCUSSES middle schools 

TOP DISTRICT 

DflOPOUr FRQELEM NEEDS DETAILED PLAN 

CHAMBER DIRECTORS ENDORSE CONCEPT OF MIDDLE SCHOOLS 

ROYALL SURPRISED 'lY HIS -CANOIDACY' FOR GOVERNOR 

POLL SINGLES OUT ECONOMY, CRIME 

CLEMENT STRESSES POSITIVE 

AN UP'^EAT MESSAGE 

30TH vIEmS needed 

CORRECVIGN 

SCOUTS NAME CLEMENT, COLE 

COLE WILL HEA1 OCCONtfCHEE SCOUT COUNCIL 

ACCEPTS AWARD 

CHAMBER UNIT PACKS TRIANGLE DISTRICT 

CLEMENT. DOLORES ... 

SCHOOL CRITICS Should join positive groups 

clement, JOSEPHINE 

DROPOUT PROBLEM NEEDS DETAILED PLAN 

STATE ASSOCIATION ELECTS CLEMENT 

HEALTH, A VACATION, ,<0 TIES: A SURVEY OF HOLIDAY WISHES 

CLEMENT, THOMAS 0. lOxFOROI 

MAN rtIT, fiOSSEO NEAR MOVIE HOUSE 

CLEMENT, WILL lAM A. 
NCCU TO mONOR 2 
NCCU TO GIVE HONORARY DEGREES 
CLEMENT ERA CLOSES AT NCCU 
CORRECTION 

CLEMENTS. EDWIN ». 

COLLEAGUES BANTER SwINDFLL 

AIRPCPT: -The goose THAT LAID GOLDEN EGG- 

NIXON LIBRARY VIEWED AS ASSFT 

COMMISSIONERS SEAL CAPSULE DEPICTING CENTENNIAL 

HEALTH. A VACATION, NO TIES: A SURVEY OF HOLIDAY WISHES 

CLEMENTS, JESSE 

EAGLES FLYING ON ONE WING 

CLEMENTS, WILLIAM RALPH I6AHAMA1 
CRASH HURTS TRUCK DRIVER 

CLEMMONS, L. BRYAN JR. 

obituary: L. BRYAN CLEMMONS JR. 

CLEMONS, TERRI (PUNNI 

toagic wreck Shocks franklin residents 

clevefjger, william clqris 

T.,c Charged with july i<. safe theft 

Cliffqcd. Paul 

S!!-|"!-'^„'^9-''"^"- SALUTES DUKE CURATOR 
DURE ruRATJR wins AWARD 

deserved accolades 

aiifacting people from all over the world: the relics 
Clifton, jennie Ruffin 

OeiTuARV: MRS. JENNIE CLIFTON 

CLIFTON, ROBERT C. IFARMVILLEI 

MAN PULLED OUT OF BURNING CAR 

CLINARD, PHIL 

BALLARD MAKES OUICK WORK OF FOE 

CLINE. JAMES A. DR. 



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DATE 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P BYL 



H 2 U/20/81 9 

H 2 11/17/ai A <, 

H 2 11/ii/ai C <. 

H 2 5/08/81 C 12 



H 2 a/27/81 5 N 

S 2 8/27/81 C I P N U57 



H 2 10/20/81 A 3 
S 2 10/20/81 B 5 



H 2 10/02/81 C 12 



H 1 10/23/81 B I 
H 1 12/10/81 S 1 



N C19 
N H60 



S 2 b/25/81 A 12 P P T37 

S 2 12/28/81 A 1 P F sas 

S 2 6/20/81 A •) N 

H 1 10/10/81 B 1 N L30 

H 2 5/14/81 A 17 

H 2 5/17/81 B 10 P F S9l 

H 2 10/05/81 A <, L 

H 2 12/17/81 A 6 N 

H 2 b/Z2/ei A <, L 



H 2 6/08/81 A 4 L 

S 2 6/09/91 e 1 N D08 

52 6/16/81C 1PPR9I 

H 2 6/23/81 A A L 

H 2 6/2<./Sl A K P N F78 

H 2 6/16/81 C 1 U G53 

H 2 3/29/8! C 5 N 

S 2 3/29/81 C 1 P N "61 

H 2 3/31/11 A i. E 

S 2 9/03/81 A <, E 

H 2 9/07/ai A 3 N 

H 2 10/21/31 A 10 P N 

5 2 10/22/81 B 6 N 

S 2 ll/2<./81 a 7 P P S76 

H 2 12/17/81 A 1 N G53 



H 2 6/08/81 A 



H 2 6/25/81 A A L 

S 2 11/17/818 1PN00 9 

H 2 12/2'/81 B 10 F F78 



H 2 10/lC/ai A 12 



H 2 5/D2/81 8 1 N 

S 2 5/08/81 A 6 N 

S 2 6/22/81 C IFF H04 

H 2 9/07/81 A 3 N 



S 2 5/09/81 A 3 F N M19 

S 2 7/30/81 CI N F30 

H 2 3/30/81 A ; P N 

S 2 12/07/81 C 1 N F3D 

H 2 12/2<./81 B ID F F78 



H 2 12/03/81 D 5 P F GH 

S 2 10/16/81 C 1 N 

H 2 6/10/81 A 15 

H 2 10/01/81 A 1", N L30 

H 2 7/25/81 A 2 N 



H 2 1 1/19/81 e 3 N 

S 2 11/19/81 3 P N 

S 2 ll/2<./81 A A E 

H 2 12/04/91 1 P F W66 



H 2 5/28/81 C 17 ,0 
H 2 8/23/91 A 10 N 
H 2 10/01/81 D 1 P N G19 



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MONTMLY/ANfJUAl. INDEX 

S/Ol/Sl - li/JI/fll 



INGRAM uPHgLO ON TAX CASE &Y HIGH CQUPT 
CLONIGEB. TKFNT 

CATAWBA DEPUTIES Cleaned 

CLONINGE". LEON IGASTJNIAI 

GASTONU MAN RUlLOS HOUSE IN HILL 

CLOPTONi "OLLIE WALLACE IHEN'^EaSONI 
OEITUASV: HOLLIE CLOPTON 

CLUHt JOHN 

•Claudia legaoe" - a new kind of opera 

OPEPA: PI13DUCTICN OF 'CLAUDIA LEOARE" MARKS START OF "USICAL THEATER 

CLYBUSN, JIMMY ». 

CLY9URN IS OFFICER 

COAN. JOHN Q. (RALE IOmI 

GOVERNOR'S LOGIC SOUND ON TAXES 

COATESi BEVERLY COHILL 
Oe I TUARY 

COATES. MARY jO NANCY 

3RUTAL MORNI.MG RECALLED 

CGEd. ARLESSIA 

TEEN-AGERS CRAB GIRL'S PURSE 

C0P3. HAOQLG J. JR. REV. 

NC. CHURCHES: GRuwTH IN BUILDING CONGREGATIONS SLOW 

COFEY. kILLIAM jr. 

TAXPAYERS AnvIS.'^^Y "^uARO ANNOLINCED 

COiFY SETS UP RESfARCH GROUP OPPOSING TAXES 

CHBEY STUDIES ".Th DISTRICT RACE 

COBEy tc be speaker 

COBEy pushes SPi^NniNu LID 

CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS RAPS STATE GOP CHAIRMAN 

'SI FIELD NARROWING DOWN TO FIVE CANDIDATES 

COPLE. ED 

HUD SLIP RAISES ISSUE OF RELOCATION CONTRACT 

COELE. GARY 

WESTERN HARNETT'S LOSING TRADITION BEGAN AT OPENING 

COELE. RAN 

COBLE TO HEAD CENTER 

NEW BOOK DESCRIBES PROSPECTS FOR TOBACCO 

OUT-OF-FIELD TEACHING DEFINITION IN JUESTION 

HAMMONDS Challenges figures in teaching report 

SCHOOLS SAY FIGURES WRONG 

coble: center TO STAND BY MOST OF TEACHER REPORT 

reasons found for discrepancies on certification 
Faulty study forms blamed 

'MISkEPCRTING' skews analysis of TEACHING 

CODY. VAVONDA LEE (DENTON) 

SCHOOL Bus DRIVER CHARGED 

COE. DON 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

COE. FRED 

TAXPAYERS ADVISORY BOARD ANNOUNCED 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK DEVELOPERS TO STEP UOwN 

The OLD GUARD STEPS DOWN AT RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 

RTP FIRM GETS NEW PRESIDENT 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME TO GET NEW CHAIRMAN 

COE: AC YEARS BROUGHT 'EXPLOSION' IN DRUG INDUSTRY 



PAGE A I 
1/11/S2 



COE 
COE 
COFER 



ORVILLE ERNEST lARLINGTONI 
TRAFFIC FATALITY 

RODNEY 

COUNTY PROPERTY PASSES ZONING HURDLE 



JAMES 
RECRUIT SAYS CLEMSQN OFFERED MONEY, GIFTS 
TENNESSEE PAIR REPORTEDLY FILES 112 MILLION SUIT AGAINST CLEMSON 

COFFEY, C. EDWARD IR. 

DRUG EFFECTIVE ON COMPLICATION OF PARKINSON'S 
DRUG TREATING COMPLICATIONS OF PARKINSON'S 

COFFIN, ALEX 

LOwER POWER USE DELAYS DUKE POWER'S EXPANSION 

COFFIN, JOHNNIE 

MAN SHOT 3 TIMES WITH RIFLE 

COGDELL, lEvESTEo 
Oei TUARY 

COGGIN, GEORGE 

DEALER PLANS TO DROP FORO 
DEALERSHIP TO END FORD LINE 

COHEN, ANDREW 

PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLAR NAMED 

COHEN, HARVEY JAY DR. 

OLDER PEOPLE IS FOCUS OF DUKE DIVISION 

COHN, ED IE 

IN A NOISY BUSINESS, KIOS ARE SILENT ARTISTS 

COHN, JOSEPH DR. 

COMPUTERS: HANDICAPPED TAKE CONTROL 

COIE. JOHN 

NIXON LIBRARY FOES SPARK FACULTY MEET 

COKER, WILL lAM C. 

COKER ARBORETUM: A LIVING MUSEUM 

COLBERT, LAURENCE 

POOR ENTITLED TO LEGAL AID 

COLCLDUGh, DIANA F. 

MUSEUM YULE TRAIN TRAVELS MAGIC LAND 

COLCLOUGH, JOEY 

BOaRO BACKS OPPOSITION TO CONSTRUCTION 



N F 
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H 3 6/05/91 A a N 
5 2 11/07/91 A 16 P F 
H 2 5/02/91 8 8 



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H 2 7/2',/'il D 7 P N P66 



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H 2 5/0'?/91 A 3 N 

H 2 6/07/91 A l<) N 

5 2 a/2'./91 C 3 N 

s 2 q/is/ai B I N 

H 2 9/16/91 A 9 N W36 

H 2 9/22/91 an N 

H 2 10/25/81 2 P F G5 3 



H 2 12/12/81 B I P N S51 



H 2 11/06/81 C 1 

S 2 7/22/81 A 9 

H 2 9/29/91 B 1 

S 2 12/02/81 C 1 

H 2 12/03/81 A 18 

S 2 12/08/91 C 1 

H 2 12/09/91 B 9 

S 2 12/17/91 C 1 

H 2 12/19/81 C 10 

S 2 12/31/81 A A 



N G53 
N 008 
N V05 
N D09 
N V05 
N 008 
N 



H 2 10/29/81 B 2 N 
H 2 10/2A/91 B 1 D U 



H 2 5/09/91 A 3 N 

S 2 11/05/91 C 1 N 

H 2 11/06/91 A 1 N 

H 2 11/2A/91 B I P N 

S 2 ll/2<./91 A 9 P N 

H 2 11/26/81 B 1 F W2A 



H 2 10/17/91 A 15 
S 2 8/11/91 B 1 



H 2 6/29/91 8 6 
H 2 12/21/81 B 2 



H 2 12/31/91 a 1 
S 2 12/31/91 C 1 



S 2 12/18/81 C 1 
H 2 6/15/81 B 1 
H 2 12/29/81 B 6 



H 2 U/03/81 B 1 
S 2 11/03/81 A 9 



N 

N F3D 

N 
N 



N F78 
N 



H 2 5/19/91 B 5 P N 

S 2 9/06/31 C 1 N 

S 2 10/30/91 B 1 P F A15 

H 2 11/12/81 B 1 P F W2<. 

H 2 9/01/81 A 1 P N G53 

H 2 5/03/91 E I P F S56 

H 2 12/03/81 A A L 

S 2 12/05/81 A <. L 

S 2 5/12/91 A a N 05A 



BBB 



N • " e 5 



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COLCLGUGm, L^alS 

2 DURHAM scours ^IH PRIZES 

OFFICIALS SAr TAX NOTICES HILL 9E MAlLEn ON AUG. I 

COUNTY OFFICIALS SAY TAI NOTICeS WILL NDI DE LATE 

COLCLOUGM TAKES %ew FINANCE JOB 

FINANCE OIRECTO" 06SICNS 



COLEt BYRON OR. 

OR. 6YR0N COLE WANTS TO HELP PEOPLE COPf 

COLEi H. ALLEN (BALEIGHl 

LA-YE' SAYS rivf STIGATION QF i^ I O-B I GG INC- NOT OVFR 

STATE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT PLAN^ EXPANSION Of BIO-RIGGING PROPE 

COLE. JESSE MRS. 

hEaOLESS GHOST WALKS ENO HILLRACE 

COLE. JESSIE 

alG CATCH 

COLE. PAUL 6. 

SCOUTS NAME CIEMENT. COLE 

COLF will hEAI OCCONEECMEE scout COUNCIL 

COLE. BICMA«n 

UNC OFAN TO HFA-) JOURNALISM GROUP 
JOURNALISM SCHOOL GETS "JR GRANT 

COLE. STEwE ) FRankL INTONI 

FRANKLINTON OFFICER REINSTATED 

COLEMAN. BILL 

aAK.8ER SAYS SUIT WILL SEEK TO RECOVER COUNTY FUNDS 

COLEMAN, JAMES S. OR. 

DUKE PRCF: SCHOOL STUDY IN ERROR 

OukE PROFESSOR SAYS PUBLIC SCHOOLS GET "BUM RAP' 

COLEMAN. L. J. 

AUDIT MEASURES ENERGY EFFICIENCY 

COLEMAN, ftlCKV CAMERON 

MAjnfl OOuG ^UST INVOLVES TURHAH 
OFFICERS ARREST FIVE FOR DRUGS 
SUSPECTS' aONDS SET 

COLEMAN. WILLIAM L. OR. IGREENSBORni 

UNC-G PROFESSOR SCOPES COLLEGE CAMPUS DIALECT 

COLENOA, ANN 

LARGE LAbOR POOL GIVES EMPLOYERS MORE SELECTION 
DURHAM COUNTY JOBLESS RATE SHOWS 0.5« DECLINE 

COLEY, 6URCH 

DEATHS AND Funerals 

COLGATE. ROBERT E. (ASHEVILLE] 

OIO-RIGGING INDICTMENTS RETURNED BY GRAND JURY 

COLLIE. JOSEPH 

OFFICIAL: SDUTHCHEM NOT GUILTY OF DUMPING WASTE 
SOuThChEM official OUTLINES SAFETY RULES 
CHEMICAL CO. HOME-GROWN 

COLLIER. KEN RFv. 

LAW PROVIDES INEFFECTIVE FORUM FJO RESOLVING THEOLOGICAL ISSUE 

COLLIER. KEVIN SHAWN 

GUNMAN ROBS MAN IN CAR 
ARMED MAN ROBS DRIVER 

COLLIER. ROLAND R. 

ROLAND R. COLLIER DIES AT AGE OF 69 

SERVICES SET FOR COLLIER 

OBITUARY 

COLLINS. CATHIE 

UPGRADE CHRISTMAS PARADE 

COLLINS, CMRISrOPHFR 

SHt' WAS SKEPTICAL BUT HE KNEW THAT SHE WAS THE ONE 

COLLINS, CLAUDE ICPEEDMQORI 

ABC STORE IS ROBBED; CUSTOMER HIT ON HEAD 

COLLINS. DANIEL P. 

ANALYST SAYS Ranks stymied by regulations 

ANALYST SAYS OUTDATED LAWS ARE HURTING 9ANKS 

COLLINS, nUSHER A. 

MAN CHARGED IN KIDNAPPING 

MAN CHARGED wITH KIDNAPPING ESTRANGED WIFE 

COLLINS, LINDA 

MAN CHARGED I'; KIDNAPPING 

MAN CHARGED WITH KIDNAPPING ESTRANGED WIFE 

COLLINS, MACK WILLIAM (CHAPEL HILD 
CHAPEL HILL MAN DIES IN CRASH 

COLLINS. MACON 
OBITUARY 

COLLINS. MICHAEL 

MATH SCHOOL APPOINTS 2 DEANS AS ASSISTANT DIRECTORS 
MIIH SCHOOL NAMES 2 ASSISTANT DIRECTORS 

COLLINS, MICHAEL ALLEN 

MAN INDICIEO ON 5 CHARGES STEMMING FROM l'?73 KILLINGS 

COLLINS, MOSES LEE IHENOEflSONI 
TWO ESCAPEES RECAPTURED 

COLLINS. SHARON 

BALLOONS 'N' Tunes FuR fun 'n' profit 

COLLINS. TFRRY L. IMOUNT AIRYI 

REIDSVILLE man is named to district 17A JUDGESHIP 

COLLINSi M. K. DO. 

LEAF MARKET RUSH BRINGS A WARNING 

COLLINS. WHELETTE 



N E 
P D 


DATE 


E 
C 


PG 


L 

L 


Y 
P 


RYL 


H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 

H 2 


5/03/81 

7/23/Rl 

7/23/81 

12/22/81 

12/23/81 


A 
A 
A 

A 
B 


10 

9 

9 




N 

M 
N 

N 
N 


S51 


H 2 


u/28/ai 


C 




P 


N 




H 2 


10/06/81 


A 




P 


F 


8 30 


H 2 
S 2 


')/2<!/81 
11/11/81 


A 
A 


I I 




N 
N 




S 2 


10/2>)/81 







n 


F 


B71 


S 2 


9/03/81 


c 




p 


P 


S76 


H 2 
S 2 


10/21/81 
10/22/81 


A 

B 


10 


p 


N 
N 




H 2 
H 2 


7/20/81 
7/2'./Rl 


A 
A 


12 
I A 


p 


N 
N 




H 1 


9/30/81 


B 






N 


L30 


H 1 


5/02/81 


B 






N 




H 2 
S 2 


7/02/81 
7/02/81 


A 

c 






N 
N 


W2'. 


S 2 


a/20/81 


c 




p 


N 


S83 


H 2 
SI 


7/10/81 
7/10/81 
7/11/81 


A 

c 

A 


10 




N 
N 
N 


B51 


S 2 


9/07/81 


c 







N 




S 2 
S 2 


8/21/81 
10/28/81 


c 

A 






N 
N 


S83 
S93 


H 2 


6/28/81 


c 











H 2 


12/18/81 


A 


13 




N 




S 2 

5 2 
H 2 


9/23/81 
9/25/81 
9/27/81 


c 
c 




10 


p 
p 


N 
N 
N 


K90 
583 
F78 


S 2 


6/10/81 


A 






L 




5 2 

H 2 


11/20/81 
U/21/81 


c 

6 






N 
N 




H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


7/07/81 
7/07/81 
7/08/81 


A 
A 
A 


I 1 
10 











H 2 


12/11/81 


A 






L 




H 2 


8/16/91 


E 




p 


F 


630 


H 1 


7/l<,/ai 


B 






N 


H60 


H 2 
S 2 


12/09/81 
12/09/81 


B 

c 




p 
p 


N 
N 


F7a 
583 


H 2 
S 2 


12/09/81 
12/09/81 


A 

c 


1<. 
17 




N 
N 




H 2 
S 2 


12/09/81 
12/09/8! 


A 

c 


li 
1 7 




N 
N 




H 2 


8/17/81 


B 






N 




H 2 


7/13/81 


A 











S 2 
H 2 


3/17/81 
9/18/81 


A 
B 






N 
N 


D08 


H 2 


11/11/91 


A 


10 




N 




H I 


9/25/81 


a 






N 




H 2 


11/26/81 


A 


13 


p 


F 




H 2 


7/30/91 


A 






N 




H 1 


a/U/91 


8 






N 





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SMITH SENTENCECj to OEATM in JfSUEYiM COED SLAriNG 
DEATH PENALTY FLOUTS CHBISTIAN TEACHING 

CQLLINSi hllLLIAH FLEWING 
OeiTUAHY 

COLL INSt bJiLL lA.H MACK 
OBITUARY 

COLLINS. WILLIAM V. (CHAPEL HILLl 

THE NCAA STOCK EXCHANGE OPENS ITS SOWL TICKER 

COLM, JANET 

ASSAULTS ON JOKPN IS FOCUS 

RAPE CENTER CITES SURVEY TO BOLSTER FUNDS HEJUEST 

COLONNA, DAVIDA ICLAYTOM 

MAN CHArtCED IN SLAYING OF f-YFA'?-OLD 

MAN FACES TRIAL IN SHOOTING DEATH OF NIECE 

COLVIN. A. S. DR. 

VENERABLE APARTMENT HOUSE GOING CONOO 

CITY HAS NO L-kS on CONVERSIONS 

ROGERS: CONVERSION IS ISSUE THAT MUST BE FACED 

COLVIN, JIMMY S. 

JAlLfjOEAK REPORTED IN SANFORD 

COMAN, J. H. Ill 
SHEPHERD JIM 

COMAN. MiLLIAM '"ilLL" 

HOH TIMES DO CHANGE: HAS SERVFO CITY UELL 

COMBS. TERRY IKANNAPOLISI 

TAk HEEL CONVINCED ARMY - NOW HE'S FACING CHARGE 
OFFICER SAYS AR-y STILL SEEKING "AN'S RECORDS 
MAN FACING AwOL CHARGE MAS NEW PROBLEMS 

COMBS. H. T. JR. (FOFNJ 

LAWYER PLEADS NO CONTEST 

COMBS, WILLIAM CARL (OXFOROI 

MAN SHOT TO OFATH IN OXFORD 

COMER, LENNIS 

MAN KILLED IN ROCK SLIDE AT ABANOONFO MINE 

COMO. PERRY 

CLASSIC COOPERATION 

REPUTATION OF CLASSIC. CQMO PLUSSES IN RECRUITING STARS 

COMO. mOPF ANO PALMER; GOLF RX FOR CHILDREN'S HEALTH 

STARS WORK MAGIC TO BENEFIT CHILDREN 

ir'?5,5"i!i^ !''„£t'5SIC ANO PLEASE THEIR FANS. EVEN ON HOPELESS DAY 

classic orawj record crowds 

classic memories 

perry como has house near saluoa 

cdmpton, agnes jackson 
obituary 

conoer, richard irichmond county, n.c.i 
n.c. man pecomts association leader 
having 'the right stuff' 

cone, benjamin sr. igreenseoroi 

unc-g gets 12 million for art building 

cone, evangeline mcneill 

obituary: evangeline m. cone 

conglctqn, franklin major 

Charitable brotherhooo founded tq help needy 

CONLEY, WILLIAM G. Ill DR. 

CHAPEL HILL BANK GETS NEW NAME 

CONN, MICHAEL DR. 

PITUITARY STUDY MAY YIELD SAFER CONTRACEPTIVES 

PITUITARY GLAND RESEARCH AT DUKE MAY YIELD MALE CONTRACEPTIVE CLUE 

CQNNALLY, JAMES 0. JR. 

DEATHS ANO FUNERALS 

CONNANT, S. SGI. 

OFFICERS SHOWED KINDNESS 

CONNERS, MARK 

UMPIRE INJURED IN WRECK 

CONNOR, DANA (GaSTONIai 

TEACHER'S 'PET' BACK WITH PUPIL 

CONNORS, GREGORY A. 

YOUTH CHARGED WITH ESCAPE 

CONROY, PAT 

CITADEL REJECTS tZOO.OOO OFFER To ALLOW FILMING OF 'DISCIPLINE' 

CONTI, RICHARD OR. 

DRUG MIGHT BENEFIT HEART PATIENTS 

CONWAY, GEORGE WILLIAM 
OBITUARY 

CONwAY, JAMES 

FISHY RETIREMENT A GOOD LIFE 

CONWAY, PAUL (RALEIGHI 

MOiART "ASS POfMlERC; it DUK E TOMORROW NIGHT 
MOZART MASS MAKES U.S. PREMIERE IN DUKE CHAPEL 

CONYERS, JIMMY 

CONYERS SERVITUDE CASE IN JURY'S HANDS 

CONYERS GETS JO-YEAR TERM IN TRIAL FOR SLAVERY 

TRUE HOLINESS IS GONE BUT NOT THE SCARS 

COOK. BARBARA 

BROADWAY AT DUKE OPENS WITH BARBARA COOK 
MISS COOK'S CONCERT FRIDAY 
COOK IN CONCERT 

COOK, CHARLES A. DR. 

STATE PLANS TO START HYPERTENSION PROGRAM IN DURHAM 

COOK, CHARLIE T. IHILL580R0UGHI 



S I I 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C PC L P 3YL 

H 2 5/Jl/ei A 1 N 
H 2 5/22/81 A 5 L 



H 2 I i/02/ai a e 

H 2 3/19/ai a 5 
H 2 12/13/81 B 2 



S 2 5/D1/81 A a 
H 2 6/10/Bl A 15 



H 2 11/02/91 A 8 
S 2 11/03/81 8 7 



H 2 9/0')/91 B 1 
S 2 9/09/81 C 1 
S 2 9/10/81 C 1 



N T89 
N E",* 



N F78 
N S83 
N S83 



H 2 9/2b/ril A 5 N M27 

H 2 12/20/81 D 1 P F A20 
S 2 10/23/81 C 9 P U D<,3 



H 2 10/16/81 A 1<. N 
H 2 10/1 7/81 A 10 P N 
H 2 11/19/81 a 3 N 



H 2 9/30/81 a «. 
H 2 8/2'./81 B 1 
H 1 5/29/81 B 1 



H 2 5/28/81 A <, E 

H 2 5/30/81 A ION P07 

H 2 5/31/81 A 1 P F S36 

H 2 5/31/ni A 1 P N P66 

H 2 6/01/81 A 1 P N HiS 

5 2 6/01/81 C 1 P N F57 

H 2 6/07/81 DA E 

H 2 8/29/81 A 10 N 



H 2 12/39/81 B 9 



H 1 7/17/ni B 1 P N 
S 2 12/05/91 A A E 



H 2 10/27/81 A 10 P N 



H 2 5/23/81 B 5 
S 2 9/03/81 A 9 
H 2 9/05/81 C 1 



H 2 1 1/10/81 a 1 
S 2 11/10/91 A 9 





F J50 

N 

N 
N 



H 2 6/27/81 B 6 

H 2 8/28/81 A <> L 

H 2 7/05/91 a 6 P N 

H 2 6/10/91 A I P F 

H 2 10/31/91 a 5 N 

H 2 9/20/81 A <• N 

S 2 7/13/81 C 1 N K90 

H 2 12/19/91 C <. 

H 2 5/10/81 S 10 P F S91 

S 2 12/05/81 A 2 N 

S 2 12/10/81 3 N 971 

H 2 B/H/Sl A 1 N 

H 2 8/15/81 A 1 N 

H 2 B/23/91 A 1 N 381 

H 2 8/22/91 A 3 P N 

H 2 lO/Oa/91 A 8 N 

S 2 10/08/81 12 , N 

H 2 5/27/81 A 7 N H24 



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C PC- L P 1YL 



COOK, LINDA 

CHATTER ISN'T EASY WHEN IT'S IN SPANISH 

COOK. LISA 

A .INNING S"ILE 

COOK, OLLIE 

ACTION FAST. PROPER IN PIPE, PANEL TOLD 

FIRE OFFICIALS SPEND 'OAT IN COURT- 
COOK, PHILIP J. 

DURHAM KEEPS COMPLETE PISTOL RECORDS 

COOK, PICkFY BRaO (BAHAMA) 
FOwfS TOOLS TAKEN 

COOK, PuTh IWAKE CO.! 

'6i FIELD NAaRCWlNG DOWN TO FIVE CANDIDATES 

COOK, STEPHANI 

HER PRAYER 'ID IE REALLY SICK' NOT NEEDED IN MEDICAL NIGHTMARE 

COOKE, DORIS STRICKLAND lEURLINGTQNl 
09 I TUARV 

COOKE, JANET 

SELF-SERVING CRITICS J A6 THE PRESS 

THE REWARDS OF ROGUES 

ASKING FOR TROUBLE 

THE MAN WHO SOCKED IT TO THE POST: SUBTITLED: 'BILL GREEN'S WORLD' 

COOKE, NATHANIEL 

17-YEAR-OLO GETS SPLIT TERM IN THEFT 
TEEN-AGER GETS SENTENCE 

COOKE. RObFRT CAMERON (GREENSBORO) 

iJURHAM NATIVE WINS IN GREENSBORO 

COOKE, WILLIAM LEE 

MAN ACCUSED 3F BREAK-IN 

COOKE Charged with car theft 

COOLEY, C. V. 

MAN IMOICTEO ON 5 CHARGES STEMMING FROM 1973 KILLINGS 

COOLEY, ELIZABETH 
061 TuARy 
OBI TUARY 

COOMBS, ALBERT (OXFORD) 

ABOLISH SUoSIDlES ANO QUOTAS 

COCSBS, STEPHEN 

JAMES WAIT SnOULO QUIT 

COON, SUSAN 

WHATEVER IT IS, POST-MODERN DANCE IS ON ITS WAY 

COONEY, JAMES P. JP. 

COQNtY TO HEAD OUKE DEPARTMENT 

COOPER, ANNA HAYWOOD DR- 

WHEN SHE WAS ONLY U SHE WAS ALREADY TEACHER 

COOPER, CHARLES 

ROBIN STORY WAS A DELIGHT 

COOPER, ChbISTInE pollock 

ANTHUBIUMS; THEIR bFAUTIFUL BLOSSOMS WILL LAST FOR WEEKS 

COOPER, GARY (DURHAM BULLS) 

COOPER ENDS BULLS' SLUMP 
GALLAGHER SAYS COOPER'S KEY 
GOOD LEGS, GOOD GLOVE NOT ENOUGH 
BULLS NOTEBOOK 

COOPER, J. E. 

TWO JAILED FOP BIO-RIGGING 

COOPER, JACKIE 

AT NORTH Duke mall, four new stores open 

COOPER, JOE E. 

FACELIFT PAYS OFF FOR RAMA04 

COOPER, Leslie pvt. (nEhark, n.j.i 

OBITUARY: LESLIE COOPER 

COnpFrtSTE I> , CLAIRF 

PLASTIC SMOOOY? NOT IK GALLERY 

COPE, WILLIAM ECTOR JR. 

TRIAL BEGINS IN KILLING OF I6-YEAR-0L0 

WITNESS TELLS OF SHOOTING 

"ff??!? °'' '"PEATS ARISE IN MURDER TRIAL 

WITNESS SAYS COPE WORKING 

MURDER TRKL GOES TO JURY TODAY 

JUFY DELIBERATING ON MURDER TRIAL 

COPE GIVEN LIFE TERM IN SLAYING 

COPE GETS LIFE SENTENCE 

MURDER TRIAL WITNESS CHARGED WITH PERJURY 

POLICE MOLD WOMAN ON PERJURY CHARGES 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 3 INMATES ON SFXUAL ASSAULT CHARGES 

COPE, WILLIAM LUThFR 
OBITUARY 

COPELAND, FRANK 

POSTMASTER HONORED 

9-DIGIT ZIP CODES AVAILABLE 

POSTMASTER URGES Fja^Y YULE MAILINGS 

COPELAND, CORDON 

CO-OP PROGRAM LOSES TAX CREDITS 

COPELAND, GRAOY A. 

OBITUARY: GRAOY A, CUPELANO 

'^QPEl-JNO. RUBY HARRISON (HILLSBOROUGH) 

COPELAND, TEDDY KEITH 

CHAPEL HILL MAN SHOT IN ESCAPE 

CORBETT, JESSE STRICKLAND 



P 1 DATE 

H 2 1/21/»\ A 10 

H ^ ll/i)3/Sl A 6 P F 

H Z I 1/16/81 e 1 o P S76 

H 2 U/1 1/Rl a I N SSI 

S 2 12/11/81 C I P N K90 

S 2 7/^1/81 A 1 N HO^i 

S 2 5/aZ/Sl A 3 N 

H 2 10/25/81 2 P F G53 

H 2 9/2T/BI 3 R B30 

H 2 11/06/81 A 10 

H 2 6/l<./9l 5 u H55 

H 2 6/13/81 A ^ E 

S 2 7/0<./8l A <, E 

H 2 lC/18/81 1 P fl A2a 



H 2 9/16/81 A 13 
S 2 9/16/81 A 11 



H 2 U/D5/81 



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



H 2 11/11/81 A 10 



H 2 8/08/81 A 1 1 
H 2 8/09/81 A 10 



H 2 5/11/81 A 4 L 

H 2 U/C/BI A <. L 

H 2 9/18/Bl a 7 P F P66 

H 2 7/03/81 B I N 

H 2 lO/29/ai B 3 N 

H 2 6/24/81 A 4 L 

H 2 6/l'./3i A 25 P F G78 



H 2 5/03/91 B I N G19 

H 2 6/C2/81 B 2 N G19 

H 2 6/2B/B1 B 4 P N M71 

S 2 7/19/81 ABU R66 



H 2 12/15/81 A 1 N 

H 2 11/29/81 D 10 N 

H 2 lO/n/81 D 10 P N F73 

H 2 5/04'81 B 9 

H 2 10/02/81 1 1 P R G68 



H 2 5/20/91 C 1 

S 2 5/20/91 C 1 

H 2 5/21/81 B I 

S 2 5/21'91 C 1 

H 2 5/22/81 8 1 

S 2 5/22/91 C I 

H 2 5/23/91 A 1 

S 2 5/23/81 A 3 

H 2 6/25/91 8 1 

S 2 6/25/91 A 12 

H 2 7/09/81 A 1 



N 


?151 


N 


U5f 


N 


HM 


N 


1157 


N 


■151 


N 


1157 


N 


151 


N 




N 




N 




N 


B51 



H 2 7/22/91 B 



H 2 7/30/91 8 3 
S 2 a/22/81 A 3 
S 2 11/16/81 C I 



S 2 11/06/91 C 1 

H 2 5/01/91 C 10 

H 2 10/11/81 C 2 

H 2 a/ia/91 A 10 



N 
N 


S83 
533 


N 


009 













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.'OlICF PHQJf rjEATH OF RETIRED TEACHER 
STATE OFFERS REi^ARu IN TuO SLAYING CASES 
TEEN-AGER PLEADS GUILTY TO KILLING 68-YEAR-OLD 

CORbIN* KYLE 

HE DESERVES LETTER IN WORO-PLAY 

COREY, RITA 

SIGN LANGUAGE: GROUP USFS IT IN DANCE PERFORMANCE 

CORNSLISON. PAMELA 0. 

ORANGE DA NAMES ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE 

CORNELL. JOHN F. (SOUTHERN PINES) 
LO.<-PnwER TV STATION HALTED 

CORRIhER. NANCY RE"ECCA 

POLICE SAY JO-AN DIES OF STARVATION 
STARVATION CITED IN DURHAM DEATH 

COSELL. HOWARD 

LATEST JOKE ON CLEVELAND 

COSTEN. ARTHUR (CHAPEL HILLI 

GO-MOKU CHAMPS PLAY BY COMPUTER 

COThRAN, PAUL IVERSON 
OBI TUARY 

COTTEN, PEGGY (MONCUREI 

MONCURE RESIDENTS AIR PROBLEMS MITh CRIME 

COTTON. CLIFTON 

PARENTS HELP IN ORANGE TUTORING PROGRAM 

COTTON. HENRY ANThONY JR. "HAFJK" 

TRIAL BEGINS IN KILLING OF 16-YEAB-OLD 
WITNESS TELLS OF SHOOTING 

REPORTS OF Threats arise in murder trial 

WITNESS SAYS COPE WORKING 

murder TRIAL GOES TO JURY TODAY 

JURY DELIBERATING ON MURDER TRIAL 

COPE GIVEN LIFE TERM IN SLAYING 

COPE GETS LIFE SENTENCE 

MURDER TRIAL WITNESS CHARGED WITH PERJURY 

POLICE HOLD WOMAN ON PERJURY CHARGES 

COTTON. JACK 

obituary: JACK COTTON 

COTTON. RAYMOND "DUKE" 
081 TUARY 

COTTRELL. EO 

DUTCH TREAT AT OuKE 

COUCH, BESSIE 
OBITUARY 

COUCH, GERTRUDE PENOERGRASS 

OBITUARY: GERTRUDE COUCH 

COUCH, LOUISE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE HIGHER EDUCATION SET 

COUCH, WILLIAM T. (CHAPEL HILLI 

STGCk"AN"S J05 AN IMPOSSIBLE TASK 

cquc^an, mazie 

santa ados to spirit of auxiliary's show 

Cuulte". e. merton jr. 

georgia historian, e.m. coulter, dies 
n.c. han was historian of the south 

coulter, n. a. jr. (chapel hilli 
reagan's plan not working 

cousin, michael anthony (mebanei 

police hold mebanf man for attack on unc coed 
man held in beating of coed 

coverstone. stephanie m. ( f ayettevi lle i 

sergeant pleads guilty to explosives charge 

covington, betty 

city council appoints new clerk 

NUMPtRS Ln» AT PUBLIC HEARING 

DURHAM'S NEW CITY CLERK DECIDES NOT TO TAKE JOB 

DURHAM'S NEW Clerk tecices not to come 

HIRING CLERK SHOULD BEGIN IN 1 WEEK 

COVINGTON, 0. LYNN 

Two SCOUTS TO RECEIVE MEDALS 

TWO MF9ANE SCOUTS TO GET HONOR MEDAL 

COVINGTON, GLEN 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

COVINGTON, HAROLD 

TAPE: -WE WAS fIXIN' TO BOMB GREENSBORO' 

COVINGTON, HARRIETT 

She has hopes for COOKBOOK 

COVINGTON. JOHN 

MAN SHOT ON CANAL STREET 

COVINGTON. JOHN WESLEY "WES" 
O.A. FILLS VACANCY 
EDWARDS NAMES HIS ASSISTANT 
BACKGROUND WAS INCORRECT 

MAGISTRATE, ASSISTANT DA ARE SWORN IN 
HE PASSED THE BAR, BUT FAILED INSPECTION 

COVINGTON, RODERICK ALLEN 

OFFICERS ARREST TWO IN DRUG RAIC 

COWLING, ELLIS B. DR. 

2 TAPPED FOR GARDNER AWARDS 

CONGRATULATIONS DUE 

TRIANGLE SENSITIVE TO ACID RAIN 

COWMAN. ttAPK IRVING 

POLICE SUSPECT NO FOUL PLAY IN DEATH 

COX. ARCHIBALD 



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COXi 
COX, 
COX, 
COX, 
COX, 
COX, 
COX, 

cox. 



Cnx TD AODRESS nuXE L'W CRAGS 

COX »ILL SPEAK AT OJkE 

nArER&ATt P«0StCuT09 CRITICIZES HELMS, EAST 

HELMS LASHES OUT AT COX 

S06 (DURHAM p<;oi 

PSOS EORM CLEAN-UP SQUAD 

BOBF Y 

BRAVES NEED SPARK 

OON 

PROTECTION IS BEING URGED FOR POSSIBLE RESERVOIR SITES 

APT. ROBBED 



GRUriN OAlE 

TERMS GIVEN IN POT CASE 

HENRIETTA SEGAirS 

obituary: mENPITTTA S. COX 

HOmARD E. 

EXTRA PLANTS '".QLO AT TARO SALE 

JIMMIE lEE 

DURHAM Paid nets drugs, firearms and explosives 

EXPLOSIVES. DRUGS, GUNS FOUND IN HOME 
PAIR MAKES INITIAL APPEARANCE 
COX RELEASED ON BONO 

COX, JUDY 1 HILLSBOROUGH) 

HILLS'^ORGUGh mayor asks planning CHAIRMAN TO QUIT 

CATES SAYS COX SHOULD RESIGN 

ZONING REQUEST ON TAP 

REZONING PETITION TO BE DISCUSSED 

PLANNING BQART CHAIRMAN TO STAY 

CO/. REFUSES TO RESIGN AFTER MAYOR'S 'iEQUEST 

MAYOR. COMMISSIONER CLASH AT HILLSBOROUGH MEETING 

CATES, HILLSBOROUGH COMMISSIONER CLASH 

FIVE NAMES MtNTIQNED TO FILL eOARO VACANCY 

THREE NOMINATED TO FILL VACANCY ON ORANGE BOARD 

ORANGE BOARD NARROmS FIELD TO 3 

COX. LINPSAY 

BURLINGTON CITES LACK OF BENEFITS IN LEAVING COG 

COZART, CLARENCE NORMAN 

FORMER TENANT HELD ON CHARGE OF ARSON 

COZART, LILLIAN CASH 

OBITUARY: MRS. LILLIAN C. COZART 

COZART, MALINDA 

POLICE ARREST MAN ON ASSAULT CHARGE 

COZORI, JACK 

INMATES CAN COLLECT REWARDS BY SOLVING CASES 
OFFICIALS SAY REhARD HAS NOT BEEN PAID 

CRABTREE, r. JEROME 
JR [ TuARY 

CRSBTREE, PE*.EY E. 

JPITuAky: 0E»EY £. CRABTREE 

CRAbTREE, GRACE 

ORANGE FACTORY GROUP RAPS CITY 

CRAbTREE, ORMANO BARRY 

TERMS GIVEN IN PUT CASE 

CRABTREE. WILLIAM CLIFTON 

MAN ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING 0-YEAP-OLD 
HAN CHARGED IN ASSAULT 

CRAFT, PHIL 

AUAPGEO SCHOLARSHIP 

CRAIG, ANDREW 

HAN IS CHARGED IN SLAYING 

CRtlG, BEN T. 

COMPETITION CAUSING BANKS TO OFFER MORE 

CRAIG. CYRUS MADE (CHAPEL HILLl 
jd I TUARY 

CF.AIG, FLOYD 

TROUdLED CITIZENS CALL GOVERNOR 

CRAIG, JUSTIN JOSEPH ICHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

CRAIG* P K 

SURVEy'pESULTS RELEASED ON NEW CHAMBER OFFICE 

CRAIG, OUIESTEP 

HARRIS Takes act post 

CRAIG, REGINALD PETER 

MAN IS HELD ON BURGLARY, ATTEMPTED ASSAULT CHARGES 

MAN FACES CHARGES 

POLICE CHASES END IN 2 ARRESTS 

POLICE CHARGE Z MEN 

MAN GETS TERM IN RURGLARY 

JUDGE REJECTS PLEA BARGAIN; MAN GFTS ZO-YEAR SENTENCE 

CRANE, LARRY STEWART (CHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

CRANFORO, GARY ICHARLQTTFI 

CHARLOTTE CARPENTER SURVIVES 6-STORY FALL 

CRANFORO, H. C. JR. 

LETTER INACCURATELY PORTRAYED BLUE CROSS 
NEw GROUP TO PROMOTE DURHAM PLAN 
CRANFORO TO SPEAK ON -CITY OF MEDICINE' 

CRANFORO. JUNIE 

TURNING BACK 

CRANK, BELLE 
DISABLED 



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CRAVEN, AL (SILES CITrl 

ACTING POLICE CHIEF NAMPO IN SUES C I Ty 

CRAXFOBD. EUCEME 3. 

EUGENE CRAwFOBO, PIONEER IN BLUE CROSSi DIES AI AGE 82 

OBI TUAR» 

CRAWFORD RITtS TUOAV 

EUGENE 9. CRA«FO«0 

CR«»FORO. FRANCIS ". (NEUPTR' '^EACH, CALIF. P 

F^l REPORTS ruO CHARGFO IN ALLEGED LOAN SCHEME 
[JBITON PLEAHS GUILTY TO FRAUD 

C^EAOICK. "MARGARET BRICHAM 

obituary: MRS. MARGARET CREADICK 

CREECH, HALTErt 0. 

GISCARQ PUN 'MONSTHGUS' 

SERVICES TOMORROW FOR FRENCH TEACHER 

RETIRED EDUCATOR WALTER 0. CREECH 

CREECH, WILLIAM LESLIE 
OBITUARY 

CREED, (iOBFRT 

MUSFUMS AND CREATIONISTS 

CREEF, CLOISE H. 

NEW TRIAL GRANTED IN MIT-RUN DEATH 

CREHINS, B05EY 

CREMINS CAUSES STIR AT TECH 

CRENSHAW, KEITH 

THEY ARE FAMILY 

CREwS. ALFRED IwAnE FORESTI 
THREE HELD IN BREAK-IN 

CRIBS. LENA 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

CRICHTON, DAVE 

HOPE VALLEY'S CBICmTQN ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT 

A FOLLOW THROUGH FOR HOPE VALLEY'S CRICHTON LEGACY 

CRISP, DAVID EARL IGARNERI 
WRECK INJURES MAN 

CRISSEY, HARRY EVANS JR. 
OBI TUARY 

CRISSMAN, JOYCE ISANFORDI 

JAIL ESCAPEE STILL AT LARGE 

CRIST. JOHN 

DECATHLETE EYFS GOLD, TIMES TEN 

CRISTOL, RICHARD E. 

MSG EXPERIMENT NOT VALID 



crocker, alton nolan 
obituary 

crockett, alex 

herald co. names 2 to new positions 
two named vice presidents 

crompton, ceff 

•thar'S gold in them Thar heels' 

cronk, scott icaryi 

rescued teen was colo in the woods 
missing youth found in woods 

CROOX, ED 

BOTANIST STUDIES CHEROKEE CURES 

CROSBY, LILLIE LEONARD 

obituary: MBS. LILLIE L. CROSBY 

CROSBY, NATHANIEL 

CROSBY FILLS SEVERAL HOLES AT PINEHURST 

CROSS, CARL 

TIMELY RAINFALL BOOSTS STATE'S 1931 CROP YIELDS 

CROSS, MIKE 

mOHEIOWN boys riff CENTENNIAL'S FINALE 
CROSS IN CONCERT 

CROTTS, STEPHEN M. REV. 

PBESBYTEBY STRIPS BURLINGTON MINISTER'S AUTHORITY 

CROTWELL, HELEN REV. 

WOMEN IN PULPIT: FOBO STUDY SHOWS THEY'RE DOING FINE 

CROUSE. DEBORAH 

ENVIRONMENT UNDER ATTACK 

CROWE, DON EDwARD 

GANG MEMBER SAID SUSPECT 

CROWE, VIRGINIA BOWLLING 
OBITUARY 

CROWELL, WILLIAM ft. 

PAVING DONE FOR LT. GOV. INVESTIGATED 

FORMER PAVER SAYS JURY TOLD ABOUT WORK FOR GREEN 

THEY LISTEN Tn HIS BIO-RICGING STORY NOW 

GREEN'S FRIENDS EXPRESS CONCEBN 

HUNT WAS BEPORTEDLY TOLD OF BID RIGGING 

WAKE DISTRICT 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 CROWELL ICARTOONI 

CRUM, DICK 

JNC DEFENSE fiPRPIES CRUM 



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drechslfr NfjFsr rin heel musclemin 

OUHEt UNC ACCOMPLISH GRID COALS 

au[CK SAYS ARREST HURT FAMILY MOST 

DEFENSE CAROl:NA'S FOREMOST CONCERN AFTER VINTAGE YEAR 

A MISTAKE OF IDENTITY GIVES CR UM A LAST LAUGH 

CRUM SIDESTEPS COMPARISONS OF UNC THEN ANO NOW 

CRUM: FORGET ABOUT ECU HMITEHASH, POLLS 

MAKING AN ENCORE 

AIMING HIGHER 

NEWEST PULLY ON THE BLOCK 

CRU" DETtRMINfO HEELS HILL TAKE dC SERIOUSLY 

MINNING TEAM STILL GIVES CRUM CASE OF JITTERS 

CRUM: UNC NOT C'IPPLEO 

CAROLINA'S Three Facets add up to big victories 

LOy-KEY RIVALRY 

NO SURPRISE - CRUM RESPECTS STATE 

NFh math AT UNC 

UNC'S CRUM NOTES SENSE IN KIFFIN'S "OLD KICKOFF CALL 

CPU" STILL UNEMOTIONAL 

TOEING THE OFFENSIVE LINE: UNSUNG TAR HEELS RATE HIGH ON PERFORMANCE 

CRum; heels CAN OVERCOME INJURIES 

STANKAVAOE REMAINS ATOP UNC • S OB LIST 

CRUM: NO HYPE NEEDED NOW 

DUKE'S MOMENTUM CONCERNS CRUM 

QUICK HANDSHAKE 

ARKANSAS RECORD GETS UNC ■ S ATTENTION 

UNC PRIMED FOR IDEAL BOWL MATCHUP 

hOlIZ has JOKESt CRUM HAS FAVORITE 

THE COACHES: GATOR FOES DICK CRUM, LOU HOLTZ DEMONSTRATE CONTROL 

UNC'S iO-2 YEAR SHOULD MAKE TOP 10 

CRUM, ROGER D. (SPOKANE, WASH.) 

COUNCILMEN MUM ABOUT MEETING 

CRUMP, DAVID 

REAl ESTATE RAFFLES ARE QUESTIONED 

CRUMP, GARLAND 
Of ITUARY 

CRUSE, C. L. "PETE" 

POKER OFFICIAL PUSHES CONSERVATION 
POhER-SAVINO PROGRAMS BEGIN IN NORTHERN DURHAM 

CRUTChFIELD, CHARLES H. 

N.C. AGENCY CAN ARRANGE TELEVISED MEETINGS 

CRUICHFIELD, CURTIS J. 

bUILOlNG TO HONOR RETIRED PRINCIPAL 

CSIPKAY, BILL 

EX-STATE NETTER IS TOP SEEDED 

CSIPKAY OVERPOHERInG in tennis pro FINALS 

CUATRECaSES, PEDRO DR. 

two rti oirecors appointed 
Cuddy, oennis l. 

ANTHEM GETS AUGUST AuOiriON 

cudney. daniel albert 

hang-gliding injuries prove fatal to man 

culmn, david 

civic center plans get push 

cullen, tony 

d/ugherty says he'll sign grant with tar heels 

culton, yancey iii 

police probe death of durham man 

cunanan, oscar s. or. 

board sets aside decision on doctor 

Cunningham, billy 

pro athletes scramble for financial bonanza 

■thaR's gold in them Thar heels- 
Cunningham, D. J. JR. (ATLANTAI 

RIVER violence an OUTRAGE 

CUNNINGHAM, HENRY 

FORMER COPY BOY NOW 



A PRIZE-WINNER 

CUNj. INGHAM, JESSE MRS. 

FEEDING BIRDS: IT'S AN INEXPENSIVE AND REWARDING HOBBY 

CUNNI;,ChAM, "ACK p. 

7 FACING TOBACCO CHARGES 

FOUR PLEAD Guilty to tobacco charges 

CURCI, FRAN 

KENTUCKY FRIED COACH 

CURRENI, INEZ 

MURAL ON CAFETERIA GOING, AND OWNER WANTS IT GONE 
MURAL SCHEDULED FOR REMOVAL 

CURRENT, WILLIAM 

OBITUARY: WILLIAM M. CURRENT 

CURRIE, GAYLE IGREENSBOROI 

A POOR TENNIS TOURNAMENT 

CURRIN, REN F. 

LEGISLATOR IS HONORED AT BANQUET 

CuRRI'^, GLADYS GILL 

NOTED TEACHER OF BLIND IS DEAD 

CuRPiN, HUGH M. fOXFOROI 

fHSSi.^ RUNS UNCPP"SEO FOR ANOTHER TERM AS OXFORD MAYOR 
CURRIN CHOSEN BY CONVENTION 
MAYOR OF OXFORD TO "EET REAGAN 
MAYOR OF OXFORD PRAISES PRESIDENT 

CURRIN, ROBERT G. DR. IHENOERSONI 
Two NAMED COLLEGE TRUSTEES 

CURRIN, SAMUEL THOMAS lU.S. ATTORNEYI 

HELMS SUBMITS 3 N.C. NAMES FOR FEDERAL JOBS 
HELMS SAID SUPPORTING 3 FOR ATTORNEYS POSTS 
HELMS AIDE NOMINATED FOP U.S. ATTORNEY POSITION 
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s 




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H 




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H 2 12/19/81 A 9 
H 2 11/19/81 A 25 
H 2 12/10/81 A 27 



S 2 10/09/81 C 1 
S 2 10/15/81 C 1 



H 2 8/18/91 A 9 
S 2 12/08/81 C 1 



H 2 5/22/91 C 3 
H 2 5/25/91 a 5 



N H19 
N 583 



H 2 u/ri/ai A 9 

H 2 5/09/81 A 5 

H 2 8/1 1/81 B 5 

H 1 12/03/81 8 1 

H 2 1 1/11/81 D 2 

S 2 12/31/81 A 1 

H 2 12/29/81 A 12 



S 2 6/01/81 2 
H 2 8/30/91 B I 



H 2 5/13/Bl A 5 
H 2 5/03/81 5 
H 2 a/09/91 E 10 



H 2 i/Ci/Rl A 17 
H 2 10/21/91 A 8 



H ? 7/15/91 B 2 



N 

N G53 



N 
P N 
P N X21 

N 



P U F25 
P F M71 



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P F C78 



H 2 7/25/91 C 1 
S 2 T/27/ei C 4 



H 2 6/06/91 A 9 

H 2 10/06/81 A 4 

H 1 7/17/81 B 1 

H 2 7/0B/81 4 10 



M 1 10/10/91 a 1 

H 1 11/17/81 B 1 

H I U/29/91 C 1 

H 1 12/12/81 a 1 



H 1 7/l<,/91 



S 2 5/27/81 C 16 

H 2 5/29/81 4 6 

S 2 9/18/81 4 2 

S 2 9/21/81 C 4 



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CURBIN'S NOMINATION OK'O 

MOeet'S LAigV£» SAYS STATE QK'O "HNS 

CuhkIn. Thomas b. (Oxfordi 

GRANVILLE ChA'BEK FILLS POST 

CUBRY, BILL ICEOOGIAI 

UP The only OIRfCTlON LEFT FOB TECH 
TECH HOPES TO LIMIT ERRORS 

CURTISt "IKE 

saturday's heroes enshrined at ouke 
ouke inducts 5 
ouke greats 

Curtis, steve 

al gallagher 



INDEX 



PACE 49 
l/ll/Ri 



S DEPARTURE A LOSS 



CURTISS, EDNA AUGUSTA 

obituary: MRS. EDNA AUGUSTA CURTISS 

CURTISS, JOHN OR. 

CUSTISS LEAVING 
CHARIER MEMBER LEAVES 

CUTTING. P. J. 

PSG OFFICER FIRED 

CYRUS. JOHN 

GRQUERS OPTIMISTIC 

MARKETS TO OPEN TODAY 

HIGH PRICES. HEAVY DEMAND MARK LEAF MARKET OPENING 

WHAT HAPPE-IS IF TOBACCO PROCRAM IS HALTF07 

TOBACCO FA,<"EBS NEED THREATENED PROGRAMS 

LEAF PROGRAM CHANGES URGED 

D' AHMI . TOM 

DUKE'S D'AHMl ACC'S TOP COACH 

DUKE'S O'ARMl VOTED TOP ACC COACH 

NOTFS 

D'ABMI HONORED 

SRQUER SEES BASEBALL'S LIGHT SHINING IN ALASKA 

D'BARRY. BRIGHID 

WHAT'S ALL THE FuSS ABOUT? 

DABER, TMAO 

CAN OABfR BREAK AMATEUR TRADITION'' 
TOURNEY STILL LOOKING FOR REPEAT CHAMP 
OABFR HAS THE HONOR 
DAbEH, HAYES STILL STRONG 

5nr"IM-,'"i; I^ 1?^'"'^ ''"O" "E* GOLF"S BIG FOUR 

NOT RAIN, NOT SLATER CAN DETAIN DABER 

0A8ER ENTERED IN U.S. AMATEUR AT OLYMPIC CLUB 

DABER FIGHTS FOR MATCH PLAY SPOT 

DA6ER CHARGE CAPTURES LEAD IN N.C. OPEN 

OABER LEAPS INTO N.C. OPEN LEAD 

DABER WINS N.C. OPEN BY 5 

MS. WIDMAN BOUNCES Back, as did JACK 

DAISY, WILLIAM I JUDGE I 

JUDGE WILL INVESTIGATE TRAFFIC CASE HANDLING 

dale. william ichapel hilli 

dayan an unorthodox peace-maker 

Daley, joseph k. 

judge probing charges of rudeness 

dallas, sanders jr. ihigh pqinti 

DELAY IN 1-65 WIDENING WILL RAISE THE PRICE TAG 
DALLY, GENE 

MILK PRICES: NO EASY ANSWERS ON QUESTION OF CONTROL? 
DALTON, JAMES JR. 

STATE SEEKS COURT ORDER TO CLOSE SAUCE PLANT 

DAMIANO, VINCENT 

hERalO CO. NAMES Z TO NEW POSITIONS 
Twu NAMED VICE PRESIDENTS 

dahstra, ierri dr. 

dr. dahstra named to post at niehs 

danberg, sy ichapel hilli 
ouke denies seouests 

danek, thomas a. 

court official's son-in-law hired as counselor 

dangerfielo, rooney 

terrapin athletics looks for respect 

daniel, bill 

council delays vote on development 

daniel, carey w. jr. col. 

daniel: missile must be developed 

colonel: cruise missile too smart to be FOOLED 

DANIEL. CHARLIE 

OBITUARY: CHARLIE DANIEL 

DANIEL. ELIZABETH R. 

ANIIUUES: TH=Y'0£ GAINING IN VALUE, EXPERT SAYS 

DANIEL. Eugene a. 

MAN FACING NEW CHARGE 
DAMEL, RAM 

GARDENING IS A FAMILY AFFAIR AT DANIEL HOME 

DANIEL, RETha S. 

Pn'?JI'-„J^.5^'-f'^''E'1 ^O" ""TS PROGRAM 
GOING ON TOUR 

DANIEL, STEPHEN T. IMQRGANTQNI 
TOBACCO PROGRAM NEEDED 

DANIELS, CORNELL 

HAN 'STABLE' AFTER STABBING 
MAN IS SATISFACTORY 

DANIELS, FRANK JR. 

N.C. TELEVISION PANEL TO meet 



N F 
P D 



S I T 

E I Y 

C PG L P «1YL 



H ^ 10/OS/fll A 15 
H 2 12/09/fll A 11 



1 9/0'./ni B 1 



H ! 8/30/fll G 4 F S9l 

S ? 1D/D2/J1 D I P F F25 



H 2 8/23/Rl B 2 P F S9 1 
S 2 10/17/Bl A 9 N 
S 2 10/2'./81 A 9 P P 



H 2 11/L3/8I A <, 
H 2 5/25/81 a 8 



S 2 6/10/81 C 1 P P S76 
S 2 6/16/61 C 5 P P R91 



S 2 ll/2'./81 



S 2 7/27/61 C 1 N F30 

H 2 7/29/81 B 1 N H60 

! 2 7/2a/91 A 1 P N F30 

H 1 8/07/81 9 1 J 

S 2 a/OT/Bl B 1 N F30 

S 2 10/22/81 A 1 N F30 



S 2 5/20/81 9 I P N 

H 2 5/21/81 D 3 P N 

S 2 5/23/61 C 2 U 016 

S 2 8/15/81 A 6 P N 

S 2 a/26/61 1 P F R66 



S 2 5/14/81 C 2 P U C09 

S 2 5/22/81 1 P N F25 

H 2 5/23/61 6 2 P N P07 

S 2 6/25/81 D 2 P N F25 

H 2 6/28/91 8 9 N G43 

H 2 7/04/81 B 3 N P07 

H 2 9/30/91 B 7 N POT 

S 2 9/03/91 C 3 N 

H 2 10/15/81 D 2 P N 

S 2 10/15/81 C 3 N 

H 2 1D/16/B1 C 2 N 

H 2 10/18/Bl B 1 1 P N POT 



H 2 7/31/Sl A 7 N 

H 2 10/23/81 A 4 u G33 

S 2 6/11/81 B I P N U57 



H 2 


12/30/91 


B 


1 N 


H 2 


12/06/81 


A 


1 F G53 


H 2 


a/07/91 


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7 N 651 


H 2 
S 2 


12/29/91 
12/29/91 


8 
B 


1 N 
I P N 



8/23/Bl D 12 P N 



S 2 9/05/81 A 


4 


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H 2 5/20/81 C 


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H 2 12/22/81 B 


1 


N S51 



S 2 9/05/81 A 3 P N U57 
H 2 9/06/91 C 1 P U H49 



H 2 6/06/81 A 8 

H 2 9/30/91 B 2 N 

H 2 9/09/81 A 1 N 

H 2 9/06/91 E 14 P F G78 

S 2 6/18/61 A 8 N 

S 2 7/02/81 A 14 P P S76 

H 2 11/17/81 A 4 L 



H 2 7/23/81 6 1 - N 
S 2 7/28/91 A 9 N 



H 2 12/04/91 A 



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PAGE 50 
1/11/82 



OIES AT 11 



OANIELSf JONATHAN 

NE«S AND OcSEOVEB EOITOB EHFRITUS OIES 
EDITOI' EMERITUS OF "THE NEWS AND OBSERVER' 

"'"'^OFFICUlI FLEXl°Lf APPROACH BEST FOR HAZARDOUS WASTES 

OAROIN* VINCENT 

THREE DURMA-< BO«t»S COLLECT AMATEUR rtlNS 

'legend says ALEINQ doe is really VIRGINIA DARE 

f\-ft|/ HFRfifftT 

WILSON: NCaE HANTS POWER STRUCTURE'S ATTENTION 

DARK, LARRY 

COURT UPHOLDS ENO PARK RULING 

DAHMOCH, FOED T. ILILLINGTON) 

IDEA WILL SAVE ARMY U MILLION A YEAR 

DASH. TYLER T. (CA»P LEJEUNEl 

PROBE CONTINUING INTO TRIPLE SLAYINGS 

MOTIVE IS SOUGHT FOR TRIPLE SLAYINGS , , , ,, 

OFFICIALS: CHILDREN APPARENTLY NOT AWAKENED DURING SLAYINGS 

INVESTIGATORS SEEK MAN IN TRIPLE HAYINGS 

CAMP LEJEUNE MOOD TENSE AFTER SLAYINGS 

PRUBE CDNTINUFS IN LEJEUNE SL'YINGS 

OFFICIALS SURE 1 SLAYINGS WILL B£ SOLVED 

DAUGHERTY, BRAD 

DAuCrtERTY SAYS HE'LL SICN GRANT WITH TAR HEELS 

DAUGHERTY* STANLEY Mij, 

BARNYARD BLEEP GOT HIM THE BOOT 

OAUGHTERY, D. B. I JUDGE I 
REQUEST NOT SUICIDAL 

OAUGHTRIOGE, ANTHONY 

FIVE JAIL INMATES CHARGED 
FIVE FACING ESCAPE CHARGES 

DAVENPORT, BARBARA 1 F AYE TTE VI LL E » 
aPuTAL MORNING RECALLED 

DAVIDSON. CURTIS w. 

Shotgun is used in robbery 

oaviosgn, ja"£s 

davidson and east scheduled at meeti.gg 
laxpayirs" group asks balanced federal budget 
davidson: 3alancihg 5u0get will cut prime rate in half 

DAVIDSON. PUTH dEvlNS 
OBI TUARY 

DAVIS. AMY 

COORDINATOR FDR THE FESTIVAL 

THANKS FOP HELP AT FESTIVAL FOR THE ENO 

DAVIS. ARCHIE «. IWINSTON-SALEMI 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK DEVELOPERS TO STEP DOWN 

THE OLD GUARD STEPS OOWN AT RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 

DAVIS. ARCHIE R. 

COUNTY SUES TO HALT ARBITRATION OF CLAIM 

DAVIS. BARBARA 

■ARBANIS NAME CHOIR DIRECTOR 

GRAHAM Charged with making calls 

JUDGE JISMISSFS GRAHAM'S CHARGES 

GRAHAM Case dismissed 

DAVIS, bETIE 

dEITE DAVIS ON MARK 

DAVIS. BRADLEY 

WITNESS NAMED BY DEFENDANT IN BEATING DEATH 
OSoAmR files papers WITH COURT 
LITTLF RIVER WITNESS TURNS UP 
WITNESS SUBPOENAED FOR OSBAHR HEARING 
QSa*HR CAN'T RECALL TOUCING SUNBATHES 

OAVIS. CAROLYN 

AGENCIES COMBINING EFFORTS TO FIGHT DURHAM DRUG ABUSE 

OAVIS. CHUCK 

'A SALUTE TO ELDERS' PERFORMED 
CHUCK OAVIS RETURNS 
AFRICAN DANCIN' TIME AGAIN 

DAVIS. DAVID 

LOWES GROVE VIKINGS POST PERFECT BAStlALL HARK 

DAVIS. DEBRA JEANNE 

,OMAN ADMITS ROLE AFTER DRIVER'S DEATH 
WOMAN PLEADS GUILTY 
OAVIS GETS LIFE SENTENCE 

OAVIS. OEE WALLACE 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS. EUGENE 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS. F. H. MRS. 

NELLO TEER MEMORIAL FITTING 

DAVIS. FRANCES O'ERIANT 

OBITUARY: FRANCES DAVIS 

OAVIS. FRANCIS WADE 

RAID BRINGS 10 CHARGES AGAINST MAN 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITm 10 DRUG VIOLATIONS 

OAVIS. FRANK 

LACK OF MONET PUTS 



A CRAMP IN STRIPERS STYLE 



Davis. Gary 

witness named by defendant in beating death 



N E 
P D 


DATE 


C 


I 

L 

PG L 


T 
Y 
P 


BYL 


H ! 


I l/H/fll 


A 


14 


N 




S Z 
H 2 


11/06/81 
11/OT/Bl 


A 
B 


1 P 
9 P 








S 2 


10/24/81 


A 


3 


N 


F30 


H 2 


u/i-^/ai 


B 


10 P 


N 


G19 


H ? 


12/0<./8l 


C 


5 


N 




H 2 


8/21/81 


B 


1 P 


N 


G53 


H 2 


<f/16/3l 


A 


9 


N 




S 2 


lD/l<./fll 


C 


2 


N 




H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


8/26/81 
a/27/Rl 
8/28/81 
9/01/81 
9/05/Bl 
9/lVBl 
lO/Dl/Rl 


A 
A 
C 
B 

A 
C 


10 
I 1 

4 
7 
4 
7 
14 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 




H 2 


1 1/11/Rl 





2 P 


N 




H 2 


9/03/81 


c 


13 P 


N 




S 2 


9/01/Rl 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 
S 2 


9/01/81 
9/01/81 


B 
A 


1 
9 


N 
N 


A54 


H 2 


8/03/81 


A 


3 


N 




S 2 


5/08/81 


A 


13 


N 




S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


9/09/81 
9/11/81 
9/ll/Bl 


A 
B 
A 


8 

1 

1 1 


N 
N 
N 


M2 3 


H 2 


12/06/81 


c 


6 







H 2 

H 2 


6/28/81 
7/25/81 


E 

A 


1 P 
4 


F 
L 


H45 


S 2 
H 2 


11/05/81 
U/06/81 


c 

A 


1 

1 


N 

N 




H 2 


5/05/81 


B 


I 


N 


B51 


S 2 

H 2 
S 2 

H 2 


9/14/81 
9/15/81 
10/01/81 
10/02/81 


C 
A 

c 

A 


1 

3 

1 

10 


N 
N 
N 
N 


00 8 


S 2 


10/02/81 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S ? 


10/1<./81 
10/14/81 
10/16/81 
10/16/81 
10/i2/81 


c 
c 

B 
A 

c 


1 

16 

1 

3 
1 


N 
N 
N 
N 

N 


B51 
B51 
U57 


S 2 


11/05/81 


c 


1 P 


N 


U57 


H 2 
S 2 
S 2 


7/13/Bl 
9/24/81 
11/12/81 


A 



D 


1 P 

2 P 
8 P 


N 
F 
N 


P66 
971 


S 2 


5/15/81 





2 P 


N 


C09 


H 2 
5 2 
S 2 


t/02/Sl 
6/02/81 
9/02/81 


6 
B 
A 


1 

1 

16 


N 

N 
N 




H 2 


8/15/81 


B 


6 







H 2 


9/25/81 


A 


16 







H 2 


10/24/81 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/10/81 


A 


15 







H 2 
S 2 


5/04/81 
5/04/81 


A 
A 


10 
5 


N 
N 




H 2 


7/19/81 


B 


9 


N 


M71 


H 2 


10/14/81 


C 


1 


N 


E51 



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1/11/92 



°**'^l!nACP^Pl»Ns''n MQMOR GRJOr tlAVIS Ar DINNER 
ASSOCIATION TO HCNOR DK. DAVIS AT DINNER 

DAVIS. HARRISON MR. ANO HRS. 
GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY 

OAVISt MAZEL E"0»Y (CHATHAM, ILL.] 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS. hOjARD M. 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS. HOWARD HENDPRSQN 
DEATHS AND FUNERALS 

DAVIS. JAMFS 

OBITUARY: JAMFS DAVIS 

REVAMPED KNIGHTS: E»-SUB DAVIS TYPIFIES TEA" 

DAVIS. JAMES E. OR. 

CHAMBER NEAR HIRING LEAOER 
AMA ELECTS DR. DAVIS VICE SPEAKER 
OUTPATIENT SURGERY CN INCREASE 
FRIDAY TO LEAD 30nO COMMISSION 
NE» GROUP TO PROMOTE DURHAM PLAN 

DAVIS SAYs'hSrhaM SURGEONS MEET COMPETENCY STANDARDS 
DURHAM SURGEONS ARE FULLY flUALIFIED 

?!t'Y°3f SIS^^VSr^EKS COUNCIL'S ENDORSEMENT 

OAVIS. JANE 
hOMAN 
DAVIS 
FIELD 
FILING 
OAVI S 
CANDID 
TOM CA 
JENKIN 
CANDID 
CUV C 
CANDID 
CANDID 
OAVIS 
MAYOR 
CLOUD 
CAMPB? 
CANOID 
GROUP 
GROUP 
OAVIS 
MEET T 
RODENH 
VOTE T 
AT-LAB 
SLOAN: 
RELIGI 
MAYCS. 
ENDORS 
PUSH F 
SINCE" 
CITY C 



' S QUEST FOR IDENTITY 



NEu 



C~ 



CITY S 



FILES FOR 
SEEKS COUN' 
REMAINS S" 

ENDS; 21 
FOR DURHAf 
aTES UEEDI 
MPBELL LEA 
S' TREASUR 
ATES: SERV 
ANOIOATES 
ATES: CHANi 
ATES IN TU 
FOR DURHA- 
SECOND IN 
HATChFRS 
LL NOT YET 
ATES SPAR 
BACKS CANO 
ENDORSES S 
FOR DURHAM 
HE CANDIDA 
I 2£R , MARK 
UfSOAY, NO 
GE HOPEFUL 

DURHAM HO 
OUS GROUP 

COUNCIL C 
E'ENTS. TU 
OB CIVIC C 
E THANKS 
UUNCIL UNI 
UNCIL MOVE 
EEKING APP 



AT-LARGE SEAT 

CIL SEAT 

ALL IN DURHAM ELECTIONS 

VIE FOR CITY OFFICES 

CITY COUNCIL 
NG SELVES OUT 
OS IN GIFTS 

ER MISSES FILING DEADLINE 
ICES EXTENSION BOON TO CITY 
OPPOSE REGULATING CONVERSIONS 
GES NEEDED IN CITY'S TAX BASE 
ESOAY'S PRIMARY GIVE VIEWS ON ISSUES 

CITY COUNCIL 
VOTE COUNT 
UTNUM9ER POLL WATCHERS ON "SLOW DAY 

SURE OF WARD 1 OPPONENT 
OVER DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 
lOATES 

CITY CANDIDATES 

CITY COUNCIL 
TES - 5: THE AT-LARGE RACE 
HAM CLASH AT FQRUM 
VEMBER 31 JANE DAVIS HAS AN 
S: SERVICES MUST BE PROVIDED 
VING SIDEWAYS. NOT FORWARD 
BACKS CANDIDATES IN ". RACES 
ANDIDaTES FACE THE ISSUES 
RNOUT KEYS IN COUNCIL RACES 
ENTER EXPECTED TO CONTINUE 

THE DURHAM COMMUNITY FOR YOUR SUPPORT NOV. 
TS NAMED; HUNT CHOSEN 
S FAST 
LICAnTS to fill seats ON BOARDS 



IMPRESSIVE RECORD. 



°"' SU-AND-FIVE STILL SMARTS IN DEATH VALLEY 
JUOGE FOR CLEMSON'S DEFENSE 

OAVIS. JERRY 

CLIMATOLOGIST FOR STATE NOW ON DUTY 

OAVISf JIMMY 

WILLIAMS. DAVIS WIN 

"'"'^HoiTl^i'Tull H^'-ioOM FOR PEACE PROTESTERS 

DAVIS. JOHNNY MARK 

DURHAM NATIVE DIES IN 2-CAR COLLISION 
NATIVE OF DURHAM IS KILLED IN WRECK 

DAVIS. JOY T, IRALEICh) , „,^^ 

". RALFIGh employees ARRESTED ON ORUG CHARGES 
FIVE Charged in DRUG PROBE 

OAVIS. KENNETH INOBLINAI 

NORLINA HAS MAYOR'S RACE 

OAVIS IS ELECTED MAYOR OF NORL IN* 

DAV IS. L. S. MRS. 

THE NCAA STOCK EXCHANGE OPENS ITS BOWL TICKER 

OAVIS. LAWRENCE EDWARD , , , ,, 

DURHAM MAN EXTRADITED IN OLD S.C. CASE 
MAN TO BE cXTBAOITEO 

DAVIS. LUIHEP CECIL IHILLSBORQUGHI 
OBITUARY 

OAVIS. MARIANNE 

OLD LIBRARY DRAWS BID OF 168.850 

DAVIS. MARY ELIZABETH 

CARS COLLIDE. INJURIES SLIGHT 

OAVIS. MICHAEL 

TRIANGLE SENSITIVE TO ACID RAIN 

DAVIS. MICHELLE (CHAPEL HILLI 
OAVIS EAKNi BRONZE MEDAL 

DAVIS. MINA RILEY I Hi LL SBOROUGH I 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS. MONIKA 

•INSTANT POET' CONOUE'S PAGE FRIGHT 

MONIKA SAYS: 'COMIC MOMENTS PUT ON HOLD FOR DARK HOURS' 

OAVIS. MONTY ..,,, 

CONDITIONI:;'', DRILLS OPEN PREP FOOTBALL PRACTICES 
SPARTANS: YOjNG ANO RESTLESS 
SOUTHERN: SPARTANS HAVE PLEASANT OPTIONS ... 



H 2 7/12/81 C 1 P N 

S 2 7/13/ai A 7 N 

S 2 7/20/81 B 1 P P R')I 

H 2 12/2<./81 B 8 

H 2 B/C/Bl A 10 

H 2 6/28/81 C 2 



H 


2 


6/11/81 


A 


21 









H 


2 


12/17/81 


D 






F 


S71 


S 


2 


5/01/81 


C 






N 


054 


H 


2 


6/11/Rl 


B 




p 


N 




H 


2 


8/07/ei 


A 






N 




H 


2 


10/02/81 


A 


16 




N 




S 


2 


10/30/81 


c 


18 


p 


N 




S 


2 


U/OA/Bl 


A 


1 3 




N 




5 


2 


11/05/81 


A 




p 


N 


F30 


S 


2 


11/01/81 


A 






L 




S 


2 


11/12/81 


A 






E 




s 


2 


11/13/81 


C 






N 


K90 


H 


2 


8/27/81 


B 




p 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


a/27/81 


A 






N 




H 


2 


9/03/81 


B 






N 




H 


2 


9/05/81 


C 




p 


N 


H36 


H 


2 


9/27/81 


A 




p 


A 




H 


2 


9/28/81 


A 






N 


S51 


H 


2 


9/30/81 


Q 






N 


S51 


s 


2 


9/30/81 


C 






N 


K9D 


s 


2 


10/Ol/Bl 


C 






N 


K90 


s 


2 


10/02/81 


C 






N 


K9D 


s 


2 


10/03/81 


A 






N 


K90 


H 


2 


lO/O'./Bl 


A 




p 


N 




H 


2 


IO/OA/81 


A 


13 


P 


A 




H 


2 


10/07/81 


A 






N 


S51 


H 


2 


10/07/81 


e 




P 


N 


S36 


S 


2 


10/07/81 


A 






N 


K90 


H 


2 


lD/1^/81 


c 






N 


S5l 


H 


2 


10/16/81 


A 






N 


S51 


s 


2 


10/16/81 


c 






N 


K90 


s 


2 


10/27/81 


A 


10 


p 


A 




H 


2 


10/29/81 


B 






G 




H 


2 


10/30/81 


B 




P 


N 


551 


H 


2 


10/30/81 





12 


P 


A 




S 




10/30/81 


c 






G 


K90 


S 


2 


10/30/81 


c 






N 


K90 


H 


2 


1D/31/B1 


B 






N 


S51 


H 


2 


11/01/81 


D 




p 


F 




S 


2 


11/04/81 


A 




P 


N 


K90 


s 


2 


11/05/81 


A 






N 


S83 


H 


2 


11/06/81 


A 




P 


A 




H 


2 


12/08/81 


A 




P 


N 


S5l 


S 


2 


12/08/81 


c 






N 


K90 


H 


2 


12/12/81 


A 


1 1 




N 





H 2 9/01/81 B 2 F S91 
H 2 10/14/81 D 1 P F 



S 2 12/10/81 A 20 
S 2 8/25/81 B 3 
S 2 12/15/81 A 4 



S 2 9/17/81 C 1 
H 2 9/18/81 C 10 



S 2 8/18/81 A 2 
H 2 9/19/ei B 5 



H 1 10/10/81 B 1 
H 1 U/05/91 a 1 



H 2 12/13/81 B 2 



H 2 8/11/81 A 10 
S 2 a/U/81 8 5 



L 

N 951 



H 2 9/29/81 A 10 

H 2 7/OB/Bl A 13 N 

S 1 8/21/81 C 1 N 

S 2 6/01/ai CI N K90 

S 2 a/04/ei B 4 P N 

H 2 12/05/81 All 



H 2 9/13/81 3 P U H45 
H 2 9/17/81 A 5 A 



H 2 8/02/91 B 12 N S71 
S 2 8/12/91 D 1 P U C09 
H 2 8/30/ei G 10 P F 



MONTHLY/AN"iUAL 



INDEX 
W/31/91 



NAMES 



PACE 52 
1/11/82 



SPAUUNS SEF ilKANCfc 

SOuThFS\ IRAUITIQ'l 

SPaBTA.NS "EOIN LEACUt PLAY 

jAVIS* SPAKTaNS OOhN, but NTT OUT 

"lAV i:» '^DRfl IS S. DP . 

Christmas oatf obscuhEO av hisT'-'ov, scientists say 



DAVISf NflKA BLANCHE TILLEY (EFLANOI 

JBITUARY 

DAVIS. RICKY 

MARCHERS PSOTFST DEATH HF SLACK HAN 
POLICE REPORT IS SUPPORTED BY AUTOPSY 

DAVIS. ROBERT SPFNCER 

•OMAN ADMITS ROLE AFTER DRIVER'S DEATH 

JUDGE MOVES TBI«L TO AUGUST 

DEFENDANT bARNED OF RIGHTS "EFO»E PSYCH E«A" 

lanyeps appeal Ruling on psych ekam 

la.<ye»s opposf evidence 

grand jury indicts 1 inmates on sexual assault charges 

no contest pleaded in jail cell assault 

YDuTh DOESN'T CONTEST ASSAULT CHARGE 
INMATF DENIES ARUSI^ YOUTH 

DAVIS PLEADS NOT Guilty 

15-yEaR-OLD PLEADS GUILTY IN DEATH OF LAUNDRY DRIVER 
yOuTh PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER 
SECOND INMATE AGREES TO TESTIFY 
E"ORY -ILL TESTIFY IN JAIL CASE 

DAVIS ENTERS Guilty plea in l'unory driver's death 

17-YEAR-OLD PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER. TmEFT 

WITNESS TELLS OF ABUSE 

JUDGE SENTENCES 17-YEAR-OLD TO LIFE FOR MURDER 

DAVIS GETS LIFE SENTENCE 

-IIN6SS IN M'jRDER TRIAL TO GET DIAGNOSTIC STUDY 

TEEN TO UNDERGO DIAGNOSTIC STUDY 

DAVIS. RODNEY (HILLSBOROUGH) 

lOu EARLY TO WRITE TFF FOWL CHANCES FOR UNC 

DAVIS. RONALD F. INEU HANOVER CO. J 
NEW HANOVER DEPUTY CHARGED 

DAVIS. STEVE 

DAVIS LOOKS LIKE BD»G; BUT HIS Game SELF-TAUGHT 

DAVIS. THQ"AS WILBUR 

MAN SFNTENCEO IN INCOME TAX VASE 

DAVIS. TOM 

SATURDAY'S HEROES ENSHRINED AT DUKE 
DUrlE INDUCTS 5 

dukf greats 
davis. tommy 

THREE DURHAM boxers COLLECT AMATEUR MINS 

DAVIS. VICKY 

MOTHER-DAUGHTER BOWS 

DAVIS. WALTER 

'ThaR'S gold in THEM THAR HEELS' 
-ALTER DAVIS BREAKS ELBOH 

DAVIS. - ILL I 

PICNIC AT UMSTEAD IS AN ANNUAL EVENT 

DAVIS - GARDNER. ANGELA IRALEIGHl 

N.C. ARTS COUNCIL AWARDS WINNERS 

N.C. A«ARO WILL GIVE NOVELIST CHANCf TO START SECOND BOOK 

DAVISON. ALEXANDER T. 

DRINK BAN IN PARRS SHOULD REMAIN 



DAVISON. JOANNE 

DRUG PARAPnER'lALI A LAW: 



ENFORCEMENT A TICKLISH QUESTION 



DAWN. SHAWN SHEA IFORMERLY JOHNNY FVANSI 

FORMER INMATE SAYS JAILERS IGNORED PLEAS 

DAWSON. ADAH (CONETOEI 

100-YEAR-OLD WQMAN KILLED 

DAWSON. ED 

POLICE NEGLIGENCE CHAPGEO IN 1979 GREENSBORO DEATHS 
EX-INFORMANT: DEATHS COULD HAVE BEEN AVOIDED 

DAWSON. LIN 

PAPER 'EXTREMELY UNFAIR- 



THROUGH PICTURE PLACEMENT 



DAWSON. RAYMOND H. 

FACULfY DEGREE RULE CREATES UNCERTAINTY 

UNC VICE PRESIDENT WARNS OF DANGER OF INFLEXIBILITY 

UNC OFFICIAL SAYS NEW CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS VINDICTIVE 

CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER RAPS INTOLERANCE ACCUSATION 

INTOLERANCE AMONG CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS 

THE IPOUBLE WITH ORIHOOOXY 



DAY. 
DAY. 
DAY, 
DAY . 
DAY . 



EUGENE DAVID JR. 

DURHAM STUDENT IN FIRST CLASS TO FINISH AT ECU MED SCHOOL 

JOEY 

FRIEND GETS DAY'S PUNTING OFF STREETS 

•lORA ROBERTS 
OBITUARY 

PAT 

FGL^S AROUND HERt: LIFE IN DURHAM 

RICKY lALAMANfE CO.l 

MAN IS Charged in shooting 



OAYAL. NAMRaTa 

five seniors win scholarships 
oayan. moshe 

MOSHE Dayan. Ivl5-I9bl 

hoshe Dayan: a warrior who knew The value of peace 

dayan an unorthodox peace-maker 

oaye. charles e. 



P D 



DATE 



S 

E 
C PC 



L P BYL 



S 2 9/02/ni 6 1 P U C09 

S ? 9/05/81 A 8 P U COP 

S 2 9/10/11 C 2 P U CO" 

S 2 10/06/81 B 2 P U C09 



S 2 12/2'./81 B 5 N 

H 2 a/25/81 A 6 P F S56 



H 2 10/17/81 



s 




9/23/81 


r 




N 




H 




10/01/81 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 




6/02/81 


B 




N 




S 




6/08/81 


r 




N 




H 




6/10/81 


H 




N 


B5 1 


H 




6/12/Bl 


H 




N 


HSI 


s 




6/12/81 


A 




N 




H 




7/09/81 


A 




N 


B5I 


H 




7/25/81 


r 




N 


B51 


S 




7/25/81 


A 




N 




H 




8/04/81 


B 




N 




s 




a/o<./ai 


A 




N 




H 




a/07/81 


H 




N 




S 




a/07/81 


H 




N 




H 




6/12/81 


A 


l() 


N 




s 




a/12/ai 


A 




N 




s 




a/31/ei 


( 




N 


U5 7 


H 




9/Ol/Pl 


H 




N 


HSI 


s 




9/01/81 


H 




N 


US ; 


H 




9/02/11 


H 




N 


PSl 


s 




9/02/81 


A 


1 6 


N 




H 




9/03/Fl 


A 




N 




s 




9/03/91 


A 


li: 


N 





S 2 10/30/81 A 
H 2 12/23/81 
S 2 8/05/81 
H 2 7/02/81 



H 2 a/23/91 
S 2 10/17/91 
S 2 lO/2'./ai 



H 2 11/15/81 
H 2 6/10/81 



H 2 a/30/81 
H 2 10/25/81 



A 


10 




N 




B 


1 


p 


F 


DIB 


B 


3 




N 




B 
A 

A 


2 
9 
9 


p 
p 


F 
N 
P 


S91 


B 


10 


p 


N 


G19 


A 


6 


p 


P 




B 
8 


1 

a 


p 


F 
N 


M71 



H 2 7/23/81 C 1 P F H<,5 



S 2 8/27/ai 
H 2 9/06/81 



H 2 a/l9/ai A 



5 P N 

3 P U H45 



H 2 


7/07/91 


A 


1 


N 


A54 


H 2 


12/03/81 


A 


23 


N 


351 


H 2 


8/0<./81 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 
H 2 


10/03/81 

lo/c/ai 


A 

c 


3 

1 


N 

N 





H 2 5/09/81 



S 2 a/26/81 

S 2 10/12/91 

H 2 10/13/31 

S 2 10/13/91 

H 2 10/15/81 

H 2 10/18/81 



N X12 
N M23 



<. E 
4 P J 



H 2 5/07/81 

H 2 10/23/81 

H 2 7/23/81 

H 2 7/31/81 

H 2 11/06/81 

S 2 6/05/81 



H 2 10/19/81 
H 2 10/21/91 
H 2 10/23/91 



N 



D 

D 

C 2 P F G19 

A 14 

6 1 U 

C 4 N 

A 8 N 



A 4 7 T R56 

A 4 E 

A 4 U G33 



■WW I KUHHB MBBMItt 



NONTHLV/ANNUAL 

■i/oi/ei 



INDEX 



p*rf 1) 
1/H/8J 



AR EXAM BESULTS 



DAVE AriPOINTtD NCCu LAM OEAM 

^lyoA'tE^r'NCCu""" "'S'''^"; "RQFFs^oR ro la« school oean 

Erl.V^S 5*^5 ""O" ""^CU LAW GRanU'TFS OOUPLES 

g8Sd" Nl;;?"A'f^\c'S°'' "''*'"' IMPRoiESiJiT'!^ BAR 

WHITES SCOKFO HIGHER ON TEST 

NCCU EVENING LAM SCHOOL RECEIVES »AR ACCREDITATION 

OAYE. HAROLD 
OBITUARY 

OAYE. HARY LOUISE HAITH 
OBITUARY 

OAYE, RICKY ( SILER CITY] 

TMO SEEKING SILER CITY POSTS 
OE fREITAS, LOUIS «. 

OE PALWA, BRIAN 

•BLOl. UP- 3LJMS ITS CREOiniLITY 
DEAL. JACK HARMON 

DRIVER Charged in traffic death 

DEAN, GRACIE PRICE 
Jf^I TUARY 

OiiU, I. L. "BUCK" 

r^M'i.fs^RS^SF'\^'r^Ei?""" '■'"" ''' ''' '" 

OEAN WILL BE RENAMED TO STATE HIGHWAY HOAUn 
DEAN HEADS SECONDARY «OAOS PANEL 
HUNT TO HEAR EXPRESSWAY BACKERS 
TRACT MAY SLJW EXPRESSWAY 

SPAULDING NOT ASKED TO RALEIGH MEFTING 
HUNT PICKS EFFICIENCY COUNC L ""'""^ 
^ISS??; »0->l'0 OKS EXPRESSWAY, 1-1,0 PLANS 
EXPRESSWAY, I-<,0 SOUTH SURVIVE Ax" 



DEAN, LAURA 



DEAN, JAMES "JIMMY" ICUMflERLANO CO.] 

N.C. -AN IS SUBPOENAED TO TESTIFY 
. LAURA 

uJII'XJ'; .'yf'*X ^PFCIAL- FOR CHUREOGRAPhfR 

MISS JEAN'S WORK INTENSELY HUMAN 

CAUGHT IN THE SPIN OF DEAN'S DANCERS 
OEAN, RUTH 

FIRE WATCHER: SHE'S FUSSY ABOUT HER SMOKES 
OEANGELIS, RICHARD 

CONCRESS ShPULG extend CLEAN AIR ACT 
DEANS, RAY 

SIX ShcRIFF'S DEPUTIES ARE QUITTING 
OEAS, EUGEKE I. 

ASSOCIATION ELECTS TEAS PRESIDENT 
OEATON, BOB 

WESTERN haknETT'S LOSING TRADITION BEGAN AT OPENING 

"^'^"J*-'.!'"*" 5'«"E Phillips i thomasville] 

CRASH victim; are IDENTIFIED 
OEAVER, ASHLEY P. 

S??!''^„f "-^° '" "'0 ''•C. SLAYING 

DEATH PENALTY TO BE ASKED IN MAN'S DEATH 

MOHAN PLEADS NO CONTEST TO MURDER 

DE3ERRY, AOTHuR 

» PHILOSOPHY OF LENDING 

DEENAM, WALTER IHENDFRSONl 

MAN BURNED IN EXPLOSION 

OEBRUYNE, ELIZABETH ^luRCHETTF 
OBITUARY 

DECAIR, TQM 

HINCKLEY "AY PE IN auTNER ANOTHER MONTH 

OECARLO, ThEL-IA IMOROISTOWN, N.J.I 
DUKE STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS 
DUKE STUDENTS RFCFIVt AWARDS 

OECuIR, ARTHUR 

CHEF DECUIR OFFCRS CULINARY TIPS 

OECMON. JEFF 

Ef ;Hs(si"^?;:|-"'-"--«'- -KH^BAFFLINC THE FOES 

OEDMON, HEGINA (MINSTON-SALEM) 

THIRD PERSON IS CHARGED IN SLAYING 

DEEDS, IMGGcNE 

THRIFT SHOP PROFITS AT CARING CF>JTER CO TO ThE NEEDY 

DEERING, ANNE IRENE CRIC^ 
OBITUARY 

DEES, WILBUR £. 

rORME" PAVER SAYS JURY TOLD ABOUT WORK FOR raccu 
THcY LISTEN in HIS B 1 0-R IGGI NG SIOR V NOW ^ "^ 

?UN| "AINTAINS SILENCE ON GREEN ALLEGATIONS 
S,.?!" ^'"o-'^'*i'5 EXPRESS CONCERN '-'-'= ^'"""^ 
PFRiASt Th'= ??IT^.'FJ2t'' = 3^3'° RIGlr.ING 
GREEN SAYS Sol GIVEN NFORMinON^r SOUGHT 
?t^SJ"-fec?^°f'^ 0^ 'Q'O WORK REPORTED 
STATE JFFICIALS TO STUDY ROAD F IRM . S RDnF IT 
FOR GOOD OF STATE GREEN SHOULD RESIG,/ 

OEFORD. OOIE HALL 

obituary: OOIE OEFORD 

OEhaRT, ALLEN 



N E 
P 



DATE 

5/0a/8I 
5/0'?/Rl 
6/25/31 
6/28/flI 
7/01/81 
8/26/81 
8/26/81 
8/28/81 
9/12/81 
12/31/81 



S 1 

E L 

C PC L 



H 2 10/25/81 C 2 
H 2 7/17/81 A 1<, 
H I 7/25/81 C 1 



H 2 7/21/81 A <, 
H 2 8/05/81 A 5 



H 2 8/U/81 D 8 
H 2 6/12/31 A 3 
H 2 9/13/91 A 20 



F F30 

F M2<, 

E 

N H2'i 

N F30 

E 

N W24 

N F30 



S 2 


5/26/31 


A 






K9n 


H 2 


6/07/fll 


^ 




P F 


B30 


H 2 


6/D3/ei 


B 




N 


G53 




7/23/81 


B 




P N 


G51 


S 2 


7/23/ai 


( 








H / 


8/15/81 


A 


1 n 


N 




H 2 


9/02/81 


B 




N 


W36 


S 2 


9/02/91 


r 




N 




H 2 


9/03/Bl 


« 




N 




H 2 


10/09/91 


A 




N 




S 2 


12/13/81 


A 




N 


F30 


h 2 


12/19/81 


A 




N 





H 2 11/06/91 A 



H 2 6/29/Pl A I p F P66 
H 2 7/03/31 e I P R L34 
S 2 7/D3/81 C 6 P R B71 



H 2 U/24/81 B 1 P F S36 

H 2 8/16/81 ". L 

H 2 5/06/31 CI N AS*, 

H 2 10/21/81 A 8 P N 

H 2 U/06/81 CI F M71 

H 2 8/31/81 All N 



H 2 8/15/91 A 14 N 
H 2 11/22/81 C 3 N 
S 2 12/07/31 A 2 N 



H 2 9/06/81 10 P N F73 

M 1 5/28/81 6 1 N 

H 2 7/23/81 A 14 

H 2 7/02/91 a 1 N H60 



H 2 11/26/81 B 6 
S 2 11/26/81 C 26 



S 2 5/27/81 B 1 P F B71 

H 2 6/03/81 B ? P N M71 

H 2 9/29/81 1 P N M71 

S 2 8/29/31 AS N R66 

H 2 12/03/81 A 19 N 

H 2 7/10/31 B 2 P F S56 

H 2 7/29/81 8 5 



H 2 6/02/81 A 3 N 

H 2 6/05/91 A I N 

H 2 6/05/31 A 9 N 

H 2 6/07/91 A 23 N 

H 2 6/03/31 A 13 N 

H 2 6/09/31 A 4 E 

H 2 6/12/81 A 6 •] 

H 2 6/22/31 AID N 

S 2 6/23/81 A 3 •• N 

S 2 6/27/81 A 4 E 



H 2 5/05/31 C 6 



HQNTMLY/ANNIU 



N i M £ S 






Mf IcaAVS K^urcH TO jEE JThFR SIJF Of THE «nuNT4IN 

FOK-cB MCCU LA- JCHHOL PEAN DIES 
POU-EP ptAti AT 'ICCU blES 
JBITUARY 

DEL CAflTCN. PRUCF 

OAL CANTON JjINS »ULLS 

DElAMEr, PAT 

QLCFR nTMEU'S LEAGUE M£»E 

OELCaSTILhO. 6A*by 

il nsuERS GET AjiROS 
CIIY "Af.'AGER UAf^S TJ UPDATE P 
CITY WATER, ifnFH HATE INCREAS 
PRGPuSED CITY euOCET TRIMS AGE 
CITY "AY PEnuCE SUPPORT FOR II 
PANEL STUDIES CITY luOCET 
PERSONNEL CHANGES PROPOSED 
&COUP SAYS I 1CRFA5E WILL HIT M 
U'IIF0P>< WATER. 5cmE= RATES SOU 
SPLIT PAY RAISES "AY CAUSE CIT 
PAI.EL JACKS CITY "uli^ET. TAX L 
GPCJP APPRJV^S SALARY INCREASE 
CITY ZONING REVIEW FyEO 
CITY COUNCIL DELAYS VOTING ON 
SURPLUS DISaPPtARS. AGENCIES F 
HOMOSEXUALS PLAN -ARCH 

GAY' Plan msrch 
UNI^SUKFO marCm APPfluveo 

HUNT Sr<OOTHS LITTLE RIVEH PATH 
PANEL ENDORSES CITY MANAGER'S 
COMMITTEE APPROVES CUTS 
COUNCIL MUST OECIOE EFFECT OF 
ANNEXATION Plan may eEGIN AGGR 
EPA APPROVES IW.3 MILLION FOR 
ANNEXATION FdtS SURFACE 

JOB GF ceta :)Eputy saved RY CI 

COUNCIL OPTS TO <EEP OEPUTY DI 
CITY CONSIDERS NEW CuMPUTER 
STONE TO LEAVE CETA JOB SAVED 
ANNEXATION METnOO GETS COUNCIL 
PSO SHORTAGE "AY SLOW CITY ANN 
ANNEXATION PLANS FACING DELAY 
AMENDMENTS TO GIVE SERVICES 
GOETi TO GET NOD AS DEPUTY OIR 
THE LAM APPLIES TO POLICEMEN T 
COUNCIL VOIFS 8-i IN FAVOR Of 
CITY "ANAGER'S ROLE MAY SURFAC 
DURHAM MAY LOSE Ifi^^tOOO IN FE 
COUNCILMAN RAPS CITY MANAGER 
MORE Than QNc REASON 
STRUGGLE SEEN FOR CONTROL OF C 

PUBLIC Safety concerns city co 

OFFICIALS TRY TO GET EXPRESSwA 
CITY MANAGER 'ELECTS MCFADOEN 
TRACT MAY SLOW EXPRESSWAY 
Y"Ca PURCHASE WILL HAVE TO WAI 
CITY'S PURCHASE. RENOVATION OF 
CITY "AY NOT RAISE NEEDED HONE 
CITIZfNS OPPOSE ANNEXATION 
DURHAM MAY DROP n-ACRE TRACT 
CITY MAY NOT ADO 'DOUGHNUT HDL 
CITY COUNCIL DROPS PLANS TO AN 
DURHAM FACES TRADE-OFFS TO SUR 
OFFERS BtPGRTFC ON CcNTRAL Y 
REDEVELOPERS SOUGHT FOR hayTI 
APARTMENT dLaZE TAhES FIREFIGH 

DELCASTILhO, LINDA 

SUMPERS LOW AT P 



LA:i 

ES SOUGHT 
NCY REQUESTS 
NON-CITY AGENCIES 



OHEOHNERS 

GHT 

Y PROBLEMS 

ID 



BUDGET 

EEL EFFFCTS 



CUTS In CETa 

ANNEXATION ON BUSINESSES 
eSSIVE GROWTH POLICY 
SEWER PLANT 

TY COUNCIL 
RECTOR POSITION 

IN LAST WEEK'S CUTS 

OK 
E X A T I ON 



ECTOR 

00 

HUP PACT 

E AGAIN 

DFRAL DEVELOPMENT GRANTS 



OUNCIL 

UNCIL CANDIDATE 
ON TRACK 



YMCA PUT AT tl MILLION 
IN TIME TO BUY YMCA 

FROM ANNEXATION PLAN 

£' 

NEX 13-ACRE TRACT 

VIVE CUTS 

SECTION 

TEilS BACK TO OLD FARM 



DELIONBaCh. alDRIDGE 

obituary 
deloatche. c. oarrell 

DELOATCHt WILL H 

deloatche named 
all-savers certi 
all savehs' rush 
durham all saver 
all savers sell 
mortgage rate tr 

delong. elizabeth r. 
breach of ethics 

demarais. mark 

jury selection 9 
little r iver tri 
.itnesses tell 
five witnesses i 
attorneys end ar 

oemasl. nancie cable 
obituary 

oe"ent. peggy j. hutc 

u7ITuARY: PEGGY 

DEMENT, WILLIAM 

SHERIFF TESTIFIF 

OEMIK, EOIE 

LIBRARY OFFERS P 

OENuY. HENRY B. REV. 
PRESBYTERIAN LEA 



UBLIC HEARING 
MCCOY 



EAO HOME SAVINGS C LOAN 

PRESIDENT OF HOME SAVINGS AND LOAN 

FICATES AVAILABLE OCT. 1 

EXPECTED TODAY 
S BUSINESS BRISK TODAY 
an ISKLY 
ENDS SAID HARD TO PREDICT 



EOINS IN LITTLE RIVER TRIAL 

AL UNDER WAY 

F ATTACK AT LITTLE RIVER 

OENTIFY RICHARDSON AS ATTACKER 

GUMENTS 



HINS 

J. DEMENT 



S FOSTER COMPLAINED OF DRUGS 

ROGRAM 

DER DIES 



DENNARO, KENNY 

FORMER DUKE FORWARD uENNARO RFlEASEO PY kC 



OENMNG, CARSIE IRALE 
WAR BUDDIES kETE 

DENNIS, EDWIN ARNOLD 
PRINCIPAL NAMED 
DENNIS IS JEW HO 

DENNIS, MINNIE K. 
J?I TUARY 

OENNI iON, JOHN M, OR. 

■FSTEPN N.C. "AY HAVE RESERVES OF NATURAL GAS 



IGnl 

ll Tales of top secret mission 



FOR junior high 
LTQN principal 



P D DATE C 

H 2 ll/09/fll A 

S 2 IZ/ai/"! A 

H 2 la/j'./ni e 

H 2 12/27/81 C 



RYL 
L30 



N 



S 2 11/2I/B1 All N 

H 2 9/IS/Pl A 5 L 



S .' 


5/I2/fll 


B 




N 




H 2 


5/10/Bl 


e 




N 




S 2 


5/l<)/Rl 






N 


05". 


H 2 


5/20/ei 






N 


W36 


5 2 


5/20/ni 






N 


05<. 


H 2 


5/22/91 






N 


W36 


S 2 


5/23/Pl 






N 


05". 


S 2 


5/26/81 






N 


05A 


H 2 


5/27/Bl 






N 


H36 


S 2 


5/27/'51 






N 


C5A 


H 2 


5/2'i/fll 






N 


W36 


5 2 


5/2fl/Pl 




12 


N 


054 


H 2 


ti/O'i/91 






N 


W36 


H 2 


6/16/ni 






^l 


W36 


S 2 


6/19/01 






N 


054 


H ? 


6/25/PI 






N 


W36 


S ? 


6/25/?l 




16 


N 




H 2 


6/26/fll 




IP 


N 


W36 


H 2 


7/23/P,l 






N 


G53 


H 2 


7/2'./'il 






N 


W36 


S 2 


7/24/Rl 






N 


K90 


S 2 


7/25/81 






N 


583 


S 2 


7/27/91 






N 


K90 


H 2 


7/29/31 


B 




N 


W36 


S 2 


7/29/51 


B 




N 


K90 


H 2 


3/04/61 


B 




N 


J 36 


S 2 


a/0'./9i 


B 




N 


K90 


H 2 


a/D6/"i 


B 




N 


W36 


H 2 


3/07/01 


B 




N 


W36 


H 2 


3/18/81 


a 




N 


W36 


S 2 


3/18/91 


A 




N 


U57 


H 2 


3/19/61 


A 




N 


W36 


S 7 


3/19/81 


A 




N 


K90 


S 2 


9/19/31 


C 




N 


K90 


H 2 


8/20/81 


A 




E 




H 2 


8/25/91 


B 




N 


W36 


H 2 


6/25/91 


B 




N 


W36 


S 2 


3/25/ai 


A 




N 


K90 


S 2 


3/25/81 


a 




N 


K90 


S 2 


9/26/81 


A 




E 




H 2 


9/29/81 


A 




N 


W3f. 


S 2 


9/D1/81 


A 




N 


K90 


5 2 


9/01/91 


B 




N 


K90 


S 2 


9/02/91 


C 




N 




S 2 


9/02/81 


C 




N 


K90 


S 2 


9/03/81 


c 




N 


K90 


H 2 


9/04/91 


A 




N 


W36 


S 2 


9/05/91 


A 




N 


K9D 


S 2 


9/09/91 


c 




P N 


K90 


S 2 


9/17/81 


A 




N 


K9D 


H 2 


9/19/81 


s 




N 


SSI 


H 2 


9/22/Bl 


B 




N 


SSI 


S 2 


10/02/91 


A 




N 


K90 


H 2 


10/10/81 


b 




N 


V05 


S 2 


11/07/81 


A 




N 


K90 


H 2 


12/16/31 


a 




N 


A54 


S 2 


10/D6/91 


B 


1 


N 


K90 


H 2 


b/OA/81 


A 


10 







S 2 


7/16/91 


A 


1 


P N 


DD8 


H 2 


7/17/91 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


9/09/91 


C 


1 


N 


S83 


H 2 


10/02/81 


A 


1 


N 


F78 


5 2 


10/D2/81 


A 


1 


N 


S93 


H 2 


10/03/81 


B 


I 


N 


F78 


5 2 


U/20/81 


A 


1 


N 


S83 


H 2 


6/23/81 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


9/28/81 


c 


1 


N 


U57 


H 2 


9/29/91 


a 


1 


N 


951 


S 2 


9/30/81 


A 


1 


P N 


U57 


H 2 


lO/Ul/81 


B 


1 


N 


B51 


S 2 


10/03/81 


A 


3 


N 


U57 


H 2 


11/29/91 


c 


4 







H 2 


5/Ol/Pl 


c 


10 







H 1 


a/22/81 


B 




N 


L30 


5 2 


6/1 1/81 


C 




N 


H04 


H 1 


5/21/91 


a 




N 




H 2 


10/29/91 


c 




N 




S 2 


10/20/91 


c 




N 




H 2 


6/30/ai 


A 




N 




S 2 


6/30/31 


c 




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12/26/81 


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THtPfc M4Y dF r.AS rrj TME" ThaS' hills 

OIL fia-s SHu-nc interest in n.c. 

OENSPNf TmEL^A 

MEMORIAL IN hDNDR QE THFl^^A DENSON 

OENT, MAGoIE 

9ULT0 HAO 10RE LIVE TALENT ACTS 

CAROLINA Theatre 'riOLlING' DESPITE LANGUAGE BARRIER 

0tNT3'(, JCANN (MTiiGANTafll 

•rflTCH' tNTERS "^ORGANTON MAYURAL RACE 

S=lF-PRCCLa:'1EC WITCH loses MORGANTON MAYOR'S RACE 
GALLOhS hUHCR 

DEFASJUALE* FRANK i, 

ARCHITECT: DOWNTOWN TO RETURN AS HEART OF CITY 

OcRcKt o3 

nHtRE IS MARY CATHLEEN COLLINS? 

TAR2AS REVISITED: THE OEREKS- REMAKE HITS ROCK BOTTOM 

0EShIELD> LEONTYNE C. 

OEShIELD wins UtOOO AHARO 

DETwEILERi H. WELCOME REV. AND MRS. 
50TH ANNIVERSARY 

OEVINE, GENE 

POLICF NAMED IN SUIT 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH FIRING GUN AT NIGHTCLUB 

TAVERN MANAGER WUUN:)ED AFTER TELLING MAN TO LEAVE 

OEVUREt RRIAN 

PRESS BOX ELITE: SCOREkEEPER, WRITERS AND AN ANNOUNCER 

DEWALT, JOSEPH OR, 

CAR ACCIDENT PARALYZES UNC BASEBALL STAR 

OEHERt ANN HARIE 

GIRL SAVES CHILD AS bUILDING COLLAPSES 

OEwSY, DONALD 0. 

E"oFZZLEmENT CHARGES BRING TERM IN PRISON 

DEWS. BQE8Y 

BULLS GET OEwS AS 'R^ MANAGER 
AARON NAMES OFWS TO GUIDE BULLS 
1131: A GOOO YEAR FOR TAR HEELS 

OEXTERt Charles m. 

BREASTFEEOING hFalTHIER 

OEYi K. V. JR. 

CCe N'MES DIRECTORS. PROMOTIONS 

CHAMBER DIRECTORS ENDORSE CONCEPT OF MIDDLE SCHOOLS 

DEZERN, CaPL 

I'liO: OEZERN REMEMBERS AURA OF H-S 

DIAMOND. IRVING T. DR. 

GRAD STUDENTS TO HONOR PSYCHOLOGIST FROM DUKE 

DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES 

LET Them EaT Cake (CARTOON! 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

DURHAM ANGLOPHILES CELEBRATE ROYAL WEDDING 

HE TELEGRAPHET CONGRATULATIONS 

ROYAL ROMANCE 

GRANDIOSITY AND HUMBUG 

MOMMY 01 . INDEED I 

DIPONA, Claudia 

DI60NA MEETING CHALLENGE OF IMDUSTRUL MANAGEMENT 

DICKENS. MARY COBB 
OBITUARY 

DICKERSJN, JOHN E. 

OFF-OUTY OFFICER GAVE HELP 

DICKERSON, w. E. 

FIREFIGHTERS GATHER 

DICKEY, J. MONROE 
OBITUARY 

DICKINSON, TOOC 

DURHAM'S AWARD WINNERS 

DICKSON, DAVID JR. 

DICKSON GETS BOYS' STATE POST 

DIDLEY, THOMAS 

QUESTIONS RAISED ON JUROR'S CHAT 
EDWARDS SEEKS HELP FROM SBI 

DIENER, MARY 

MARY OlENEH RECEIVES STATE BUSINESS award 

OIERCKSME lER, CHARLES I LOS ANGELESI 
LIMIT SOCIAL SECURITY 

DILlARO, SAM 

dillard's sauce found polluted; recall is ordered 
dillon. pamela ann (caryl 

2 teens charged in accident ' 

dillon, richard edward 

marine convicted of arson 

dingsor, andrew e. mrs. 

keep familt dog penned 

oipasouantonio, f. j. 

statement accuses newspaper of 'lies' 

dipaulo, denman David 

DUjHAM YOUTH KILLED IN HAKE COUNTY CRASH 
wSECk kills 1. HURTS 2 

DISMUKE, SUSIE 

SUSIE wILL YjU 'ARRY ME? -TOM 

DIUoun, EILL 



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H 2 5/03/91 D ' L 

H 2 8/07/91 D 1 P F P66 



H 2 9/10/91 C I 1 
H 2 10/07/81 C <• 
H 2 lO/U/'?! A 1, 



S 2 8/29/81 A 



N 
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N sa3 



H 2 3/02/81 A 23 P F 

H 2 3/07/81 D 7 P R S66 



S 2 9/02/81 A 15 N 
S 2 5/18/81 A 6 P P S76 
N 1351 



H 2 -9/19/91 C 1 
S 2 12/18/81 C 1 
H 2 12/19/91 A 8 



H 2 9/lA/ni B 1 

H 2 7/27/81 A 1 

H 2 6/27/81 A 12 

H 1 B/06/81 B 1 



H 2 12/02/81 B 2 P N M71 
S 2 12/02/91 1 P N R66 
S 2 12/2'./81 B 1 P N 



H 2 10/30/81 A IV 



S 2 5/02/ai A 3 N 

H 2 6/2<./81 A 14 P N F7e 



H 2 6/21./B1 B 2 P N PD7 
5 2 U/11/91 C 1 3 N 



H 2 7/29/91 A <i T T R56 

H 2 7/30/Bl B 1 D U 

H 2 7/30/91 C 1 P F H<,5 

H 1 7/31/91 B 1 N 

H2 a/0l/91A 4 E 

H 2 8/07/81 A 5 L 

S 2 11/07/81 A 4 E 



5 2 6/20/81 A 3 N HO". 

H 2 10/20/91 C 2 

H 2 11/23/81 A i, L 

S 2 10/16/91 A 2 ? I> 576 

H 2 3/02/ei A 20 

H 2 5/24/91 E 1 P F H45 

5 2 6/18/81 C 1 N 

H 2 5/12/81 B 1 N 851 
S 2 5/12/81 A 9 N 

H 2 6/10/91 A 15 P N 

H 2 12/24/81 A 4 L 

H 2 a/01/81 A 1 N 

S 2 10/09/91 C 7 N 

S 2 5/09/81 A 9 N 

S 2 ll/U/81 A 4 L 

H 2 10/22/81 A 19 N 



H 2 6/29/81 B 1 
S 2 6/29/81 C I 



H 2 9/27/81 A 1 P P R91 



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LIITLF FIVE JOINTS RENEWAL FUMOING NOT YET ILLOCAIED 

°"^\liou'lhu;G A .UICK 5TA«T 0-1 1.SS TOUR 

"'""d^rrSUY^'Sli. F.FELY OUHN 

"'"""jeKl^'L^OliSN OF HEBANE DIES 

°'""pFr"S\.CKING Size. EXPERIENCE 

°'""';f?1^?r"c^a»GF0 IN WKECK 

OFFICER OIVEn wreck TICKET 

OUON. THG.AS ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^,jg„ J,;, 

DRUGS iak£;>. fbgm office 

OIXON, .ILLIAM AUBREY 
QRI TUIRY 

°"°"iyS''tioT''?o;LOv.ING DISTURBANCE 

DOBBINS, THEODORE ?ODSEVELT IwILKES CO.) 
OFFICERS" LAjSUIT DISMISSED 

°°''^';/ss"Jo;eS costly for DEPUTY 
jboCE ORDERS FINE FOR DEPUTY 

""'^"'swtAT INC ON JOS IS PLEASURE 

'^^'•hJnY^TE^- rf?L/H2sTiaE"5SI?Nfe'i0B3ERY SHOT 

■"^"'^SbhuaSJ^^u^nke OCOSON 

DOOSON.^DAVID_VEP.ON^C«EBANE,^^^ ACCIDENT 
°™^°SOu?heJn high COaCm PRACTICES PREACHINGS 

°°'-'"'neIl''aJpalled about ruling 

°°'-^'s?bcEN?"SjUP SAYS DUKE CAN INCREASE ALUHNI CONTRIBUTIONS 

^"'■'■"iDoSeO? THEY .ON'T TAKE LOVE FOR GRANTED 

■""""Vv'hSstSrIED to MOCK SEN. JESSE HELMS 
HELMS vs. DONAHUE 
A CASE OF FOOT IN MOUTH 

DONALDSON. SAM IWHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT! 
THE INSTANT EXPERT 

""""rufo^JJuSENT'^NARLS TRAFFIC ON 1-85 

°^"'''-Du;E"HhsPUAi-pAIB PROMOTED 

OCNNELLY. KATHRYN SUPAN 
OBITUARY 

'"""■^TiE^ibRE THINGS CHANGE. . . THE MORE THEY STAY THE SA-E 
OOOLEY DOTES ON DUAL ROLE 
OOOLEY, GROH RETURN TO AREA AS OPPOSITION 

OaOLEY. TOM 

ABOUT THIS HERE TOM DOOLEY. . . 

OOPMAN. BRAD 

OFFICER HELPED COUPLE 

""'""AluurzIoOo'sTATE -ORKERS TO LOSE JOBS 

=°"'<*;lS,|!/g^&"RA„CF TKIES TO FILL DEFENSIVE HOLES 

Unleashing A giftSunc SOCCER players beneficiaries . . . 

OORRANCc.^M-LISi^^ G»; THEIR TOES FOR COMPANY 

DORSEy. LOUIS , „.^ 

FARMER FACES HRUG CHARGE 

°°^^'dEV?CE designed to aid TRANSPORT CF PRISONERS 

DOSS. CHARLES EDWARD „„^„„ 
SENTENCES GIVEN IN ROBBERY 

°°"^'IsT-c" FILINGS ASSURE MORE COUNCIL PRIMARIES 
FILING ends; 21 VIE FOR CITY OFFICES 
CANDIDATES UCEDING SELVES OUT 

lirK^iS^^'fii'EA'sS;?^ i'js^iriiL.NG ceadline 

Ca'd dates: services EXTENSION BOON TO CITY 
CITY CANDIDATES uPPOSE REGULATINO CONVEPSIONS 

ErNgi§A'T'iis^s^fKE^§A??rigii!^'Y'j;[;i itkri'^ issues 

JtSSS U'T?I!iRiMi?NUirJ0LL WATCHERS ON -SLOW DAY 
°°^^*CLe"c"sTRENGTH COACH TURNS PSYCHIC 
""""Y^RE^rfEE'-A^EisMLLE" Jn^SIdkIN COUNTY ACCIDENT 



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P DATE C PC L P BYL 

5 2 9/25/81 A 1 P N K^O 

H ? 10/18/81 B 6 P F W60 

H 2 5/20/81 ABO 

H 2 T/^'./Bl A 10 

H 2 8/3n/81 G T F S71 

5 2 11/06/81 C 1 N 

H 2 11/07/81 A 12 N 

S 2 5/D7/B1 C 7 F J50 

S 2 9/0'./8l A 3 N 

H 2 12/25/ai C 15 

5 2 8/08/81 A 3 N 

S 2 9/29/81 B 7 N 

H 2 9/15/81 B 1 N 

S 2 9/15/81 A 12 N 

S 2 8/29/81 A 3 P N U57 

H 2 11/21/81 A 5 N 

H 2 5/10/81 A 20 

H 2 5/28/81 6 N 

H 2 W/Oii/ai C 4 P F S7l 

H 2 9/26/81 A 10 N 

S 2 9/26/81 A 1 N F30 

H 2 0/07/91 E 2 P F B30 



H 2 6/04/61 A A 
H 2 6/23/81 A ". 
H 2 e/ll/81 A <. 



H 2 9/23/81 A ". 

H 2 12/21/81 a 1 

H 2 10/16/81 A 13 

H 2 9/D'./81 A 12 



H 2 10/07/81 C 1 P U 071 

S 2 10/07/81 1 P U 3 

S 2 10/08/81 C 2 U 018 

H 2 10/10/81 e 2 P N 071 



H 2 11/13/61 D 1 P F Wa6 
H 2 3/30/81 4 L 

H 2 6/29/81 A 13 N 



S 2 8/27/81 C 3 P N R66 
H 2 11/05/81 D 1 P F H71 



H 2 9/13/81 D 2 P F LS* 

H 1 5/15/81 a 1 N 

H 1 9/22/91 B 1 N 

H 2 5/23/81 A 3 N 



S 2 9/04/81 A 1 P N K90 

H 2 9/05/91 C 1 P N M36 

H 2 9/29/91 A 1 N 551 

H 2 9/30/81 B 1 N S51 

S 2 9/30/61 CI N «9g 

S 2 10/01/81 CI N K90 

S 2 10/02/81 CI N K90 

S 2 10/03/81 A 3 N K90 

H 2 10/04/81 A 1 R N 

H 2 10/07/81 A IN S5l 

H 2 10/07/81 B 1 P N S36 



S 2 12/24/91 a 2 P F 
H 2 10/01/81 8 4 N 



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NAMES 



TM-iEt TEEN-AUEkS KILLED IN YAOKIN COUNTY ACCIDENT 

OOUbEK. EAue (SUSSEX. HISC.I 
SflLE FOB A jnOO "iuOOY 

DOUGHERTY, JEANNE I PH IL ADL "H I 4, PA.) 
i KILLED, o HURT IN COLLISION 
XAN TO FACE CHARC.es IN URECK 
JEATm by VEHICLE CHARGED 
HASON ChaRCSJ I"i URECK DEATHS 
DRIVER ARRESTED. "ELEASEO 

DOUOHERTY. PAT (CARR^JROl 
COSTUME TIME IS HERE 

DOUGLAS. ISTIVAN CLEVONOON 

TELLER IDENTIFIES GUNMAN 

DOUGLAS. JOHN 

LA.YEO'S SUIT BID DFNIED 

CLIENT SUES LAWYER 

NO BESTITUIION: ASSAULT VICTIM' 



S MEDICAL EXPENSES UNPAID 



DOVE. CLARENCE ETmEL 

MURDER CONVICTION UPHELD 

N.C. APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS DURHAM DEATH CONVICTIONS 

DQ.(IS, SCOTTIE 

SNAKE AT SCHOOL: NO SHOW AND TELL 
k.HY NOT A BOA? 

DOWNS. LARRY (FAYETTEVI LLE I 

H.75 MILLION IS Awarded IN DAMAGES 

002IER. JAMES L. BRIG. GEN. 
CONTRASTS 

ORAGO. TONY 

RESTAURANT MANAGER FACES SUIT 
SUIT CLAIMS RESTAURANT MISMANAGED 

DHAri, TED 

\0 MAJOR CriA.iGE SEEN IN STATE POLICY ON CLASS SIZES 

DRAnP, DAVID (Chapel hILL) 
AUTHOR AT FAIR 

OKAKE. PARA R, 

i 10 Share arts COUNCIL JOB 

TWO WORKERS WILL SHARE ARTS RfSOuBCE CEMTEK JOB 

DRAKEFORD. ROBERT 

ORANGE CROUPS FltLOING CANDIDATES 

CARRBORO MAYOR TO SEEK 3R0 TERM 

CHESHIRE FILES FOR HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR 

ROGER MESSES ENTERS RACE FOR CARRPORO MAYOR 

CARRBORO WANTS ORANGE CO. LAND 

SURPRISE CANDIDATES FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 

NEW CENSUS MEANS MORE HONEY 

CARRBORO CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF 

NINF CANDIDATES SOUARE OFF IN CARRBORO ELECTION 

THREE INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRBORO 

Three coalition ;NCUM°tNTS lose in CARRBORO 

JAVIO R. SHUMATE APPOINTED TO POST AT DUKE 

CaRPEjRO mayor MEETS VICE PRESIDENT BUSH 

DRANOEP. RFuPEN WOODRUW 

RETIRED DURHAM MERCHANT DIES 



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H 2 11/06/81 B 1 

S 2 11/06/91 C 3 

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H 2 8/05/81 C 1 N 851 

5 2 8/05/81 A 3 N 

H 2 9/l<)/81 C 1 P F B51 



H 2 1 1/18/11 C 3 
S 2 11/18/81 A 16 



H 2 6/12/Bl A 13 P N 

S 2 6/13/81 A A E 

H 2 U/25/81 A 1 N 

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H 2 8/12/81 B 1 
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N P66 



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S 2 9/08/91 A 9 



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9/16/81 


A 


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M23 




9/17/81 


B 


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9/30/81 


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S 


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M23 




10/01/81 


A 


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10/03/81 


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10/00/31 


H 


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N 


H23 




10/16/91 


A 


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H 


M23 




10/31/81 


A 


f 


N 


M2 3 




11/04/81 


B 


1 


N 


M23 




ll/0<./Bl 


(. 


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12/03/91 


A 


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12/0'i/81 


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six sheriff's deputies are quitting 

draughon. jean 

senior citizen trips keep her running 

drechsler. david 

orechsler namfd to a-a team 

drechsler. dick 

DREChSLER NEWEST TAR HEEL MUSCLEMAN 

DREW. Charles dr. 

RED CeoSS TO GET PORTRAIT 
PORTRAIT DEDICATED 

OREw. JAMES M. 

PREMIERE TONIGHT AT CAROLINA THEATRE 
FIVE O'CLOCK LADIES I ADI 
REACTIONS HIXEO AT CENTENNIAL PLAY 
SYMBOLISM IN 'LADIES' HARD TO UNDERSTAND 
SYMBOLISM HEAVY IN DREW'S DRAMA 

DREW. Thomas l. 

CARVER BUYS INTO S ANFQRD-H AMNER DEVELOPMENT GROUP 
DREW SAYS LI3RARY WAS DISCUSSED LAST SUMMER 

DREiiS. FRED OR. 

FIRMS VIE FOR FITNESS AWARD 

ORIESELL. CHARLES G. "LEFTY" 

notes' °"'^^^'-'- 't-ISTENING;' STREATER TRANSPORTED WEST 

LEFTY TO BE ROASTED TO AIO MS RESEARCH 
NETS GIVE BUCK 6-YEAR CONTRACT 
COACH K. LEFTY NOT HAPPY 

DRIVER. BG° 

MAKING "EMORIES 

DRIVER. SENTA 

.IIJ?! 'I 'S ACTUALLY IS PREMIERE WORK FOR DANCE FESTIVAL 

NORTH CAROLINA CO"PANY HELPED DANCE FESTIVAL 

N.C. DANCE THEATER MAS 'EM STANDING 

FESTIVAL OPENING ILLUSTRATES GROwlH OF N.C. ART 

POST-MODERN DANCE: CONTORTIONS. KINETICS AND DUSTPANS 

DROwNS. ROGER R. IM I LL SBOROUGM ) 
OBITUARY 

DRUM, KEITH 

NEW YORKERS ARE PROUD OF CITY 
NEW YORK OVERRATED 
ABOUT NE« YORK, NEw YORK 



DRY, 



BRENDA I MiLLSflORQUGHl 

SINGLE-CAR WRECK KILLS HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN 



H 2 5/06/81 C 1 N AS* 
H ! 7/21/91 A 6 P F S56 



H 2 11/26/81 



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6/02/81 


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H 2 
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8 

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15 


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P66 
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2 9/03/81 B 1 



S 2 9/19/81 C 



6/03/81 B 

6/04/81 C 

8/08/81 A 

9/09/81 B 

12/14/91 D 



H 2 9/09/81 B 10 P F W60 



6/18/91 
6/19/81 
6/19/91 
6/19/81 
10/02/81 



N C3<. 

F B71 

N P66 

R F57 

F L34 



H 2 9/29/81 A ID 



10/26/81 
11/04/81 
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MONTHLY/ANNU 



Q^ITuakY 

RITES TOO»v fTa ACCIDENT VICTIM 

OUCkETT, kFNNY 

CiUBETES MASiN'T SLOWEO OUCKETT 

OUFfEY, EDITH 

NUON LldRJRY uOuLO REAP RIDICULE 



PACE SQ 

i/i i/ai 



OuKEt JAPES PuChanan 

mO» times do change 

Duke. JcAN 

CmahbfR'S DUECroR 

DUKE. LEWIS 

*H£N ORANGE COUNTY 



TRUE PICTURE IS GIVEN 
IS HONORED 
S BED POPPIES HAD TO GO 



Duke, malachi 
jbituary 

dukes. roosevelt 

DSITuAiY 

OUMASi PAUL 

ALL BUT ONE ASSAULT CLEARED 

DUNBAR. DANIEL 

SHE'LL WORK. HE'LL STUDY FOR DEGREE 

DUNCAN. CARL L. 

VFw COmhaNOES ELECTED 

Duncan, ccnrad 

for-tr representative suing state 

flkx's financial problems saio slowing road project 

Duncan, Gertrude 

65th reunion: dhs class of 1916 has one saturday 



DUNCAN. LOUISE ELIZABET 
6-rEAR-OLD -■ -- - 



Duncan* Pamela w. 
s.c. beaches 



BIKER IN INTENSIVE CARE 
WAR ZONES' 



DUNlaP. ED OP. 

OFFICIALS: FEDERAL FUNDING FOR SCHOOLS TO END 

DUKN. RILL 

FIRE MARSHAL Charged with pointing PISTOL 

POLICE CHARGE FIkE OFFICER 

JULGE CONVICTS RILEY 

CITY FIRE OFFICIAL CONVICTED 

C:^u-:CIC APPROVES DEMOLISHING HOUSE 

ASSISTANT Chief drops appeal of case 

RiLfr drops appeal Case 

3 candidates file; primary is sft up 

last-pay fili'igs assure more council primaries 

Dunn is candidate 

candidates weeding selves out 

tom campbell leads in gifts 

jenkins' treasurer misses filing oeaoline 

candidates: services EXTENSION BOON TO r [ TY 

CITY Candidates oppose regulating conversions 

CANDIDATES: CHANGES NEEDED IN CITY'S TAX BASE 
CANDIDATES IN TUESDAY'S PRIMARY GIVE VIEWS ON ISSUES 
MAYOR SECONO IN VOTF COUNT liiuts 

CLuUO WATCHERS CUTNUMBEB POLL WATCHERS ON 'SLOW' DAY 
MARKHAM SAYS PRIMARY WIN SHOWS WIDESPREAD SUPPORT 
REAL ESTATE AGENT SUES LAWYER 

DUNN Sues attorney 

DUNN FILES J2 MILLION SUIT 
SUIT FILEO 

DUNN. Charles 

9.^'^y'',55'H'' "^U'DTO FOR chapels CAMPAIGN 

INVENTORY TA« CaCOIT SOUGHT 

TEXTILE INDUSTRY PRAISES NEW AGREEMENT 

Ouf-'N. CANIrL CLINTON 

Two ABRFSTED IN oREAk-IN ON w. CLUB 
POLICE PROBE REPORT OF STRIKING 

DUNN, DOUGLAS ICASWELL CO. I 

CASWELL DEPUTY SHOOTS HAN 

DUNN. EMMA 

MAMA'S FLOWERS: JEANNIE JONES REMEMBERS THEM, SINGS ABOUT THEM 

Dunn. Glenn 

TOXIC HASTE DISCUSSION SET TODAY 

official: law lets public know 

Dunn, issac ray icharlottei 

charlotte han charged » i th bank robbery 
Dunn, jack b. 

duke street home robbed of si.ooo in items. cash 
dunn, mildred 

REAL ESTATE AGENT SUES LAWYER 

OUNN, ROY D. (PERSON CO. I 
POLICE NAMED IN SUIT 
OEVINE, STANFORD FILE SUIT 

OUNN, TANDY OLIVER IIHOSKIEI ' 

AHOSKIE OFFICER yUITS AFTER PROTEST 

DUNN, WILLIAM JOSEPH 

Two ARRESTED IN fiREAK-IN ON w. CLUB 
POLICE PROBE REPORT OF STRIKING 

DUNNEGAN, HASSIE CARHLINE 
OBI fuAKY 
OBITUARY 

OUNNO, VICKI (CHARLOTTE! 

INMATE ORDERED TO PAY DAMAGES 

DUNSON, AUBREY 

ORUNK-OR IVING LA«S NEED SHARPER TEETH 

DUNSTON, ERNEST ILOuISBURGI 

MAN chapced in LOuiseuRG Burglaries 



N 
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9/21/81 


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9/12/Rl 


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8/15/81 



H 2 6/21/81 C 1 U L57 

H 2 7/22/81 B T 

H 2 10/l<./81 A 9 

S 2 U/ia/81 C 1 N 

H 2 a/09/Rl E 2 P F S56 

H 1 7/02/81 e 1 N 



H 2 9/17/81 A 19 N 
H 2 lQ/17/ai A 5 N 



H 2 5/29/81 a 2 P N S56 

S 1 5/20/81 C I N 

H 2 9/D2/ai A 4 L 

S 2 10/22/81 CI N oca 



H 2 


6/27/81 


B 




N 




S 2 


6/27/81 


A 


1 4 


N 




S 7 


7/02/81 


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H ? 


7/0 3/fll 


B 






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H 2 


7/09/81 


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H 2 


7/23/Sl 


d 




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7/23/81 






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H 2 


9/04/81 


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S 2 


9/22/81 


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9/28/81 


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S51 


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9/30/81 


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S ? 


9/30/ai 


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S 2 


10/01/81 


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IO/03/ai 


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10/07/81 


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10/07/81 


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P N 


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H 2 


12/01/ai 


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12/02/81 


r 




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H 2 


12/09/81 


A 


8 


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S 2 


12/09/81 


c 


6 


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6/19/81 


B 


1 


D N 


L30 


H 2 


11/13/81 


A 


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H I 


12/24/81 


B 


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6/03/81 


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6/03/81 


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H 2 5/03/81 E 15 P U G7a 

H 2 7/01/81 A 3 N 

H 2 7/02/81 B 1 N F7a 

H 2 12/16/81 A 7 N 

H 2 12/18/81 A 8 N 

H 2 12/01/81 A 3 N 



H 2 9/19/ei C 1 
S 2 9/19/81 A 14 



H 2 9/14/81 All N 

H 2 6/03/81 All N 

S 2 6/03/81 C I N 

S 2 12/05/81 A 14 P 

H 2 12/06/81 C 6 

H 2 11/04/81 A 14 N 

S 2 9/25/81 A 4 L 

H 2 «/24/81 6 1 N 



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N N U A L 
5/01/61 



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w/31/ni 



P»C6 59 
1/11/82 



fBirmLIU M»N rS LNARCEO IN TuO IRFAK-INSt ASSAULT 

FILES mCkE CnAROES 

MAN OETS 2 LIFE SENTENCES 

OUPONT, BuecPT L. 

NUCLEAH FEARS CALLED IRRATIONAL 

OUPREE. FRANKLIN T. 

JUDGE nILL GET UNC Ot 5ECREGAT I ON PLAN TODAY 

RULING CN UIIC SUIT EXPECTED THIS UEEK 

NAACP FILES COMPLAINT AGAINST UNC SETTLEMENT 

RIGHTS GSOUP 'RITICIS" DISMAYS FRIDAY 

STRUGGLE OVER UNC DESEGREGATION ENDS 

OURHA" "AY LOSE H3.0D0 IN RAILROAD TAX FUNDS 

COUNTY TO LOSE 110,000 IN TAXES 

OUSAC«. OAVID T. OR. 

FAIAL DISORDER SEEMS LIMITED LARGELY TO MALE HOMOSEXUALS 

OURANT, ARIEL AND WILL 

DEATH ENDS A PARTNERSHIP 

OURANT, OAVID 

LITERARY LANTERN: RALEIGH'S COLONY 

DURD6N, ROBERT 

NIXON LIBRARY FOES SPARK FACULTY MeET 

DURHAM, BARTLETT SNIPES DR. 

H0« TIMES DO Change: Durham was his doctor 

NEEDED: HISTORICAL SIGN 

HISTORIC HOME SITE ONCE HAD A MARKER 

DURHAM, JOHN I. OR. 

CONSERVATIVE SCHOLARS OUESTION MOSES- AUTHORSHIP OF PENTATEUCH 

DURHAM, KENNETH R. 

STATE SAID OVERCHARGED ON CETA WORK 

DURHAM, MUFPHY J. 

OBITUARY: MURPHY J, DURHAM 

DURHAM, PAMELA OENISE I HENPEP SONV IL L E I 

MOTIVE MAY NEVER ?t KNOWN IN KILLING OF HENOE R SONV I LLE GIRL 

CO-DEFENDANT TESTIFIES IN SHOOTING TRIAL 

MAN CHANGES PLEA TO GUILTY IN HFNOERSONV I LL E SLAYING 

DURHAM, PORTER 

NEw breed of STUDENT PRESIDENTS 

duke's student president vetoes vote on library 
student leader vetoes vote 
poll: library backed 

DURHAM, WOODY 

oukE opens soccer 

0usen5ury, patricia 

southern task force urges higher wages 
hike signals deregulation 

DUTCHER, MARGARET VOLLMER 
OBITUARY 

DUTTON, CONNIE IMARSHVILLEt 

WOMAN UNHAPPY WITH HUSBAND'S FINE TAKES REVENGE 

DUTTON, LARRY IMARSHVILLEI 

WOMAN UNHAPPY WITH HUSBAND'S FINE TAKES REVENGE 

OUVAL, J. H. 

NOTARIZATION HEEDED 

OuVALL. C. C. 

NEp trial granted in HIT-RUN DEATH 

OYAL, SARAH STRQUO 
Oe I TUARY 



DYE. PAT 



AUBURN APPOINTS DYE TO DIRECTOR'S POSITION 



OYER, ALLEN R. DR. 

QUESTIONS ON DEATH STILL VEXING 

DYKES, JAMES E. 

CCS RAISES DIVIOENO; PICKS 2 BOARD MEMBERS 

EAGlE, HARRY DR. 

STYRON WILL ADDRESS OUKE'S GRADUATION 

EAClESON, FRANCES M. 

'\'i. eagleson gets AbaRD 

FORMtR REGISTRAR AT NCCU CITED 

EAGlETON. Thomas F. (MISSOURI SENaTORI 
AN UNFAIR ATTACK ON TOBACCO LAND 

nUNT OPPOSES FAGlETON'S IDEA ON TOBACCO ALLOTMENTS 
NON-GROWERS kFT 1120 MILLION PER YEAR FROM LEAF ALLOTMENTS 

tobacco-suppjrt program should not be dismantled 

east takes verbal swipes at tobacco program foes 

senator's punches land below the belt 

east-helms personal attacks indefensible 

realizing a mistake 

sen. east apologizes to eagleton 

eagleton receives apology from east 

east must finish his apology 

aide: east's letter not apology 

helms, hunt swap claims on tobacco 

tobacco farmers facing changes 

•The same unsightly beast' 

EakcS, martin 

WORKERS BECOME OWNERS: LAWYER TELLS EMPLOYEES HOW TO BUY FACTORIES 

EARNHARDT, DALE 

EARNHARDT JUITS HIS RIDE 

THREE RACE DRIVERS CONSIDERING OPTIONS 

EARNHARDT, Childress join forces 

ALLISON, EARNHARDT MAKE FIELD 

EARp, Charles Clifford "Bill" 

OBITUARY 

EASLEY, Eleanor e. o». 

estrogen use can be safe 

EASLET, HOWARD 



s 

E 

C PG 



H 1 3/25/Bl B 1 
S 2 a/25/81 A 3 
H I 12/02/81 B I 



H 2 Il/I2/ni 



7/13/Sl 
7/I<./Bl 
7/l<./ai 
7/15/91 
7/18/91 
12/01/81 
12/08/81 



S 2 12/10/Bl A 

H 2 10/20/81 A 

S 2 5/JO/81 A 

M 2 iJ/Ol/ai A 



S 2 iJ/ia/Bl A 
H 2 10/16/81 A 
H 2 10/28/81 A 



S 2 12/2&/81 A 
H 2 12/16/81 B 
H 2 5/15/81 C 



7 N 

4 E 

20 R 

1 P N G53 



U 0'.3 

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H 2 S/C/BI A 

S 2 "J/IS/SI A 
H 2 9/17/81 A 



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H 2 9/18/81 A 

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H 2 9/2'./81 A 



H 2 9/09/81 



S 2 9/28/81 A 
5 2 9/28/81 C 



H 2 10/06/81 B 

H 2 11/13/81 

H 2 11/19/81 D 

H 2 9/29/81 A 

H 2 12/03/81 A 



1 P F A20 

1 N G53 

6 N 

ID P N 

3 P N 



N K90 
N S83 



H 




9/28/81 


B 


7 





H 




5/10/81 


B 


6 


N 


H 




5/17/81 


A 


10 


N 


H 




7/22/81 


A 


1 I 


N 


S 




5/04/81 


C 


1 


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5 
H 




7/27/81 
7/30/81 


A 
B 


3 
3 


N 
N 



H 2 8/10/81 A 

H 2 3/15/81 A 

H 2 a/18/91 B 

H 2 a/26/81 A 

H 2 9/02/81 B 

H 2 9/04/81 A 

S 2 9/04/81 A 

S 2 9/09/81 A 

S 2 9/10/81 C 

H 2 9/11/81 A 

S 2 9/11/81 A 

H 2 9/12/91 A 

H 2 9/20/ai A 

H 2 9/26/81 A 

H 2 12/17/81 A 



H 2 U/15/ai C 1 P F V05 



4 


I 


6 


N 


4 


F 


4 


F 


4 


F 


5 


N 


6 


N 


4 


F 


5 


N 


1 


N 


1 


N 


4 


b 



H 2 8/05/81 B 
H 2 a/06/81 
M 2 8/07/81 C 
H 2 10/09/81 C 



H 2 10/18/81 C 
H 2 7/22/ai A 



1 P N 

3 N 

1 N 

3 N S9l 

b' 

4 L 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 

5/Ol/ai - 



INDEX 
U/31/fll 



MASSLf HOUSE GIVEN r£AR TO flMD NFW FINANCING 

boabo delays action on ahbulance regulation 
commissicnehs seal capsule depicting centennial 

easqn, vaughn t. sev. igaefnsbornj 

'huSCH «E"6ERS arrested, charged WITH TRESPASSING 

^'^""fREE-RDAM^NG DOGS PLAGUE DURHAM DESPITE LEASH LAM 

EAST. FRANK P. 

INIEhIH AOhINISTRAIOR PICKED 

EAST, JOHN 

PUZZLING OUESTION 

ANSWERS LETTER ABOUT EAST 

CONSERVATIVES FORCE VOTE ON ARORTTON FINANCING 

JOHN EAST/NORTH CAROLINA CONGRESSIONAL CLUB ICARTOONI 

EAST FAILS TO CLEAR UP CLOUDY ISSUE 

EAST EYEING TAX STUDY TO ASSIST FAMILY ^ABMS 

COx: 'HUMAN LIFF aiLL' ATTACK ON CONSTITUTION 

EASl PEFERcE IN FIRST ROUND OF ABORTION BATTLE 

S'=N, FAST'S ABORTION BILL SHOULD BE WITHDRAWN 

S=i. FAST HAPPY UNC ISSUE SETTLED 

niJMAN LIFE "ILL A RATIONAL REMEDY 

EASI ;ELuCTa;.T ABOUT NOMINEE 

ANTI-ABORTION BILL ADVANCES 

£AiT CRITICIZFS MnnGAN ON FBI 

EAST WANTS 'ivmE'lCF' FROM NO"INEf TO COURT 

EAST UNSURE 3F REVNOlOS CONFIRMATION 

strci.gtb private sector helps economy. east says 

washington hears nupbam's needs 

andrews cool to toth tax-cut proposals 

delegation e.-thuilastic about meeting 

east praises u.s. military 

east supports rfagan's neutron weapons policy 

sen. east criticizes federal court system 

east takes verbal swipes at tobacco program foes 

congr£ssion»l club raises 12.5 million 

senator's punches land below the belt 

east signing ph0io5 icartooni 

East-helms personal attacks indefensible 

REALIZING A mistake 

DAVIDSON AN" EAST SCHEDULED AT MEETING 

SEN. EAST APOLOGIZES TO EAGLEIuN 

EAGLETON RECEIVES APOLOGY FROM EAST 

EAST MUST FINISH HIS APOLOGY 

ilDE: EAST'S LETTER NOT APOLOGY 

FIST CAN'T HAVE IT «aTH WAYS 

JTL MONEY NOT AFFECTING EAST'S VOTES. AIDE SAYS 

BACKWARD SENATORS 

EAST PLANS HEARINGS ON BUSING 

MORGAN SITTER TOWARD HELMS OVER CAMPAIGN 

HOUSE GETS FARM BILL THIS WEEK 

HELMS SAYS MORGAN 'OUT OF HIS MIND' 

APPROVAL EXPECTED OF BUSING MEASURE 

ABA SPOKESMAN RAPS BUSING BILL 

FORCED BUSING MALT IS URGED 

HELMS. EAST POAISE VOTE ON AwACS 

EAST WANTS METRICS ACT REPEALED 

SEN. FAST tiRGES TOUGHER ACTION ON TEXTILE IMPORTS 

GOING METRIC TOO COSTLY 

WATERGATE PROSECUTOR CRITICIZES HELMS. EAST 

NEW MACHINES FIGHTING TEXTILE IMPORTS 

SENATORS URGE ABC TO AIR DOCUMENTARY 

BENNETT MAY FACE PARTISAN FIGHT FOR HUMANITIES POST 

TEACHERS 'FLUNK' 7 N.C. CONGRESSMEN 

EASTERLING. CARL L. 

CUTS TO COST SCHOOLS 3 TEACHERS. Z<. AIDES 

NOTES: HILLSIDE PLANS TO DEDICATE 'EASTERLING GYM' 

COMMITTEE IN SEARCH OF PLAYERS 

EASTERLING. CYNTHIA 

POLICE FIND MURDERED WOMAN IN DUKE PARK 

MEN CHARGED IN SLAYING OF WOMAN IN OUKE PARK 

JUDGE APPOINTS ATTORNEYS IN MURDER CASE 

MAN CHARGED IN KILLING IMPLICATED P SO IN THEFT 

0« ITuARY 

MURDER Suspect charged 

MAN FACES Charge for hitting woman 

EaTmON. bobby SR. IHFNDERSONI 

obituary: bobby EATMON SR. 

EATON. CHARLES ECWAflO 

poetry: EATON oELIEVES WRITING IMPROVES WITH MATURITY 

EATONt FLOYD MR. AND MRS. 

DURHAM'S Award winners 

EATON, HUBERT DR. 

BLACK TO HEAD UNC-W BOARD 

EBERT. PAUL A. DR. 

PREYER, PHYSICIANS TO BE HONORED 

7 PHYSICIANS, FORMER SOLON TO BE HONORED 

EBINGEB. PHIL 

BUCKEYE BENCHWARMER'S SON STARTS FOR SLUE DEVILS 
aCC PLAYERS: DUKE'S E8INGER GETS HONOR 

echols. earl 

they plan a brighter side for durham youth 

eckels. arthur dr. 

professors study energy projects 

ecklano. bobbette ichapel hilll 

list of board candidates grows 

edcleman. wells 

radioactive wastes 
•irrational" fears7 

eddy, david m. or. 

health policy director named 

eoelim, rahona or. 

coalition tabs edelin 

eoelstein. steven 

officials disagree on incidence of slavery among farmworkers 

eogerton. ed j. 

















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5/26/81 


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6/02/81 


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6/14/81 


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6/23/Sl 


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7/04/ni 


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7/05/81 


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7/01/81 


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7/10/31 


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7/15/81 


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16 




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7/18/81 


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7/31/81 


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7/31/81 


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a/01/8i 


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8/20/81 


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8/28/81 


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8/28/81 


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9/04/81 


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9/04/81 


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9/09/81 


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9/09/81 


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9/10/81 


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9/11/81 


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6 




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9/1 1/81 


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9/12/Bl 


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9/14/81 


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9/16/81 


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9/23/81 


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9/25/81 


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9/28/61 


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9/30/81 


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lO/Dl/31 


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10/02/81 


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10/17/81 


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10/29/81 


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U/Ol/Bl 


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11/14/81 


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11/13/81 


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1.-/05/81 


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12/07/81 


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12/22/81 


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12/28/81 


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8/19/81 


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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDbX 

5/01/ai - 12/31/ni 



SOLlCirCdS N£EO fORH TO ACCOUNT FOR EXPENSES 

EDCEBTON. "ARCUS T. 
OcITUARY 

EOHISTEN. JANE .10RET2 

EDMISTEN DIVORCES HIS WIFE OF 19 YEARS 

EOHISTEH. auFUS 

N.C. EXTREMIST CROUPS CHALLENr.E GOVERNMENT 

AUTHORITIES FEAR EXTREMISTS IN N.C. REGROUPING 

JU.5 MILLION PCo SUIT FILED 

PCB LAWSUIT SERVES NOTICE 

CRIME BECOMING COUNTRY'S TOP FEAR 

EDMISTEN HULLING GOVERNOR'S RACE 

N.C. GOVERNOR'S RACE ALREADY WA»MING UP 

N.C. CRIME RISES 

STATE'S CRIME RATE UP 10. '51 LAST YEAR 

auREAUCBACY. JURISDICTION RESTRICTIONS HAMPER POLICE EFFORTS 

EDMISTEN TO SPEAK TO MILITARY LAWYERS 

EDMISTEN PLANS TO LAUNCH CRACKDOWN AGAINST FRAUD 

FALSE ADVERTISING HEAPING TO BE HELD 

JUDGE ISSUES RESTRAINING ORDERS AGAINST i COMPANIES 

EDMISTEN DIVORCES HIS WIFE OF 13 YEARS 

LAWMEN SAID AWARE OF PLANS FOR KILLING 

PARAPHERNALIA RULING PLEASES EOMISTEN 

CONFERENCE PLANS CRITICIZED 

EDMISTEN WARNS FIRMS ABOUT FRAUD 

EDMISTEN WILL SEEK INDICTMENTS AGAINST TELEPHONE SOLICITERS 

OPINION issue:) cn raffles 

EDMONDS, GERALD "FUZZY" 

HIS CLOWNING AND CONCERN ARE WINNING COMBINATION 

EOMONSTON, HUSS 

CENTER AT auTNE'! MAY GET REPRIEVE 



NAMES 



PACE 61 
1/11/82 



EDOZIEN, JOSEPH C. 
NUTRITIONIST; 



OR. IChaPEL HILLI 

YOU MUST JUST EAT LESS 



EDWARDS. ANITA IHENOERSONVILLEI 

WOMAN HELD IN SLAYING OF DAUGHTER 

EDWARDS, BRENOA 

NOTICE OF ABORTIONS MAY HAVE BAD EFFECTS 
PAVILION OFFERS COUNSELING AND ABORTION 

EDWARDS, CLAUDE C TEALE IMACDNI 

FISe near MACON KILLS TWO PEOPLE 

edwards. dan k. jr. 

da to probe abuse charge 

youth to undergo polygraph tests 

sbi asked to probe allegations 

edwards asks sbi help 

opinion divides dn gun control 

lottif harvin gets two-year prison term 

o.a. to seek jail assault indictments 

edwards to ask indictments 

Owner closes 'spot- 

oa strikes deal to put 'the spot' out of business 

assistant oa is resigning 

major drug bust involves durham 

officers arrest five for drugs 

defendant agrees to testify in death 

attorneys want trial moved 

ec-aros backs citizens rights 

CHEERS FOB TrtF D.A. 

LASSITER QUESTIONS EDWAPOS' SUPPORT 

INTERNAL AFFAIRS PROBE NOT WRONG — EOwAROS 

D.A.: PROBE BY INTERNAL AFFAIRS OK 

PEELING AWAY SECRECY 

O.A. PLANS CRACKDOWN ON PASSING SCHOOL BUSES 

DISTRICT AIIORNFY PRUHES CASE DISMISSAL 

LITTLE RIVER TRIAL OPENS ON MONDAY 

DAY CALLEC A 'NIGHTMARE* 

DA STILL HAS Ph0N<:, HONEST 

HOUSEBREAKING CRIME HITS HOME FOR JUDGE 

AGENCIES CJMdININf, EFFORTS TO FIGHT DURHAM DRUG ABUSE 

da: drug problem BETTER 

EDWARDS FINOS NO MORE UNAUTHORIZED DISMISSALS 

EDwAHCS REVIEWING COMPLAINT INVOLVING COUNTY ABC OFFICER 

NAACP IN DURHAM FILES COMPLAINTS AGAINST ABC OFFICER 

FOUR SEEK TO RETAIN DISTRICT COURT JUDGESHIPS 

EDWARDS, DAN K. SR. 

AN OLD SOLDIER REMINISCES ... 

»AR FUN? CHILLING THOUGHT 

MOUSING AGENCY SEEKS S1'.9,C0D IN OVERBILLING 

BOARD EMPOWERS TABRON TO SEEK REFUND FROM CITY 

EDWARDS, DAVID GWIN ISPARTAI 

MAN GETS THREE LIFE SENTENCES 

EDWARDS. ESTELLA JEAN 

POLICE DISCOVER DRUGS 

EDWARDS, FRANK IROXBORP) 

ROXBO'O COUNCIL TO AIR EVALUATION 

NQ DECISION MADE ON ROXPORO POLICE 

ROxBORO POSTPONES POLICE CHIEF ACTION 

NEWSPAPER SUES ROXBORO TO GET PORTION OF REPORT 

POLICE REPORT ACTION LEFT TO NEW "OXBORO COUNCIL 

JUDGE RULES REPORT IS PUBLIC DOCUMENT 

REPORT SHOULD BE PUBLIC 

ROXBORO POLICE CHIEF IS GIVEN MORE AUTHORITY 

WHY ALL THE SECRECY? 

EDWARDS, GEORGE E. ISILER CITY) 
SILER CITY ELECTS NEW MAYOR 

EDWARDS, HENRY REED 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

EDWARDS, J. SCOTT 

CHILOERS FAMILY FACING HAPPIER YULE HOLIDAY 

EDWARDS, JACK PICKETT 

obituary: JACK P. EDWARDS 

EDWARDS, JOAN IDECEASEOI 

RADIO 'HIT PARADE" STAR IS DEAD AT 61 

EDWARDS, JOHN L. ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 



P D DATE 

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PAGE 62 
1/U/H2 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P nn 



EDWAOOS. RICHABO 

IH6 SLUOOE 'IIRACLE' 

ED-A«0|. S0«»i,l\'SS|,',rPRS6E 
^°""?^i»r"iSffiES-NORTH-ESTE»N FROH SUIT 

"■"'PfSETJucUfrO ASPIRIN ARE ON SHOPPING LIST 

EfLAND. DOSaTMY ". 

A MOTHER TO 1ANV 

EHRtlCHMAN. JOHN 

THE SENATE'S "OLE 

EIChELEERGFR, R0"E0T u. igen.i 

AN OLD SOLCIER SE'flNISCES ... 

EILBER. CHARLES "CHUCK" 

gSowING ?tlNS^OON-T HAMPER SCHOOL OPENING 

EIiaER. JANET 

PASSING PARADE 

^"■"'OUMONO INVESTMENT SUIT TD BE OROPPEO 

^•^'''?SEi;5E3flirL?BiAR^?ll'Sf?JIc'V.t^«?S"?OUR.STS 

''''"EJk'e'sET^^JeSIOENTIAL POWER PANEL 
GeSgenT REAGAN ESCAPING OAHA&E 

ELIASON, JOHN E. REV. IBURLINGTONI 
JERRY FALHCLL »N0 SCIENCE 
WHY CHURCHES DON'T GROW 

ELION, GERTRUDE "^ . OR. 

DR. ELION GETS CHEMIST AWARD 

^'■""'^|MEERS°SEEK''cOnR01NATEO EFFORT ON RUNWAY 
^'■''"'5Rs'.''EiKINS GETS NATIONAL POST 

^'■"'"'magistrIie, assistant oa are sworn in 
ELKiNSf Philip s. 

ELKINS NAMED TO VA POST 
e I K I w <: , B QD 

POISE GIVES CLKINS EDGE AT OB 
ESCAPING The Rush 

ELKINS KEY FO" heels? 

ELKINS STEADY IN BRYANT'S SHADOW 

ELKINS: 9-2 SEASON STILL DISAPPOINTING 

^'■'■''^'rET^REMENT community IS PLANNED 

'^^"3uD^I'l RSE7aRIC BEATS HIS ACTIONS 

ELLENBOGEN. CHARLES DH . 

OR. ELLENflOGEN RECEIVES AWARD 

ELLERKMANt MARK ^ ^ 

ROBBERY NETS THIEVES J18,00D 
PUZA delivery MAN BEATEN 

ELLINGER. CHARLES ANDREW 
OBITUARY 

ELLINGTON, BARRY TODD (HENDERSONI 

7 FROM AREA ARE MOREHEAO FINALISTS 

ELLINGTON, HORACE BAILEY "CHUBBY" IKITTRELLI 
U"STEAO PJIIcNT DIES UNOER TRAIN 
TRAIN KILLS HENDERSON HAN 

ELLINGTON. LOTTIE WHEELER 
OBITUARY 

ELLINGTON, RICHABO ICARRBOROl 

GROUP CITES OIKEwAYS. SIDEWALKS AS NEEDS 

^'■'■'°wRITEr''callS TEACHING RULING PASSION OF LIFE 

ELLIOTT, dUMP 

BULLDOGS NEE3 NO-NAMES 
READY OR NCI, DmS opening 
SIZE, EXPEDIENCE BULLDOG PLUSSES 
OHS, BROUGmTOM mix IT UP TONIGHT 

ELL lOTT, JAN JOHNSON 

RDU BONO PROGRAM AVAILABLE 

SLIDE SHOW ON AIRPORT AVAILABLE 

BIO FOR RUNWAY REFERENDUM DUE 8Y END OF WEEK 

ELLIOTT, JEFFREY H. OR. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE PROFESSOR NAMED 
ELLIGT DEGREES 

ELLIOTT, NORMAN (HlCKORYl , „, , 

iSTH DIVISION SEEKS NAMES OF MEMBERS 

ELLIOTT, KOBERT LEE JR. 

POLICE ARREST MAN ON 3 DRUG CHARGES 
DURHAM MAN HELD ON FEDERAL DRUG CHARGES 

^'"'■'°ma»r"a&E* brothers RACK UP 215 YEARS 



H 2 8/19/81 A 13 
S 2 8/20/91 A 11 



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H 1 8/2';/Bl B 1 

H 2 8/27/ai A 6 

5 2 6/17/81 C 1 

H 2 5/1 1/81 A «. 

H 2 12/16/81 A ". 



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S 2 7/21/81 A ". E „„. 
S 2 9/06/81 C I P N 008 



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N H60 

N F7a 



H 2 11/20/81 C 18 P N 

H 2 11/21/81 A 1 N V05 



H 2 5/11/81 A 
H 2 10/16/81 A 



H 2 6/07/81 A 18 P N 

S 2 a/05/81 CI N S83 

H 2 6/03/81 A 15 N 

H 2 9/25/81 A 10 N 

H 2 12/13/81 C 6 P N 

S 2 a/27/81 C Z F f f^' 

H 2 9/20/81 B 12 P P T3J 

S 2 9/28/91 1 P P M66 

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S 2 lO/l'./ai C 24 N 



S 2 6/15/81 C 1 
H 2 6/16/81 A 11 



H 2 7/l"'/81 A 2', 
H 2 12/26/81 B 1 



H 2 6/21/81 A 20 
S 1 6/22/81 C 1 



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H 2 9/29/81 CI N S71 

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H 2 9/18/81 C 3 N S71 



S 2 12/02/81 A 11 
H 2 12/U/81 A 9 
S 2 12/16/81 C 1 



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ELLIOTT, wCODkOw WILSON 



MaNTHLT/« 



INDEX 
U/31/81 



P»CE 6 3 
l/U/82 



PILICE PKQBE 3 «RVEO RORBERIES 
CURhAM POLICE PROBING THREE ARMEO ROBPERIES 
ELLIS. BECKY 

MATTER OF COMMUNICATION 

ELLIS. C. P. 

ELLIS TO APPEAR IN ARTICLE 
UNION ELECTION SET AT INSTITUTE 
UNION BACKED BY ENGINEERS 
ENGINEERS OK UNION AS AGENT 

ELLIS, tPMA BELL 
061 TUARV 

ellis. eva ibahahaj 

lump means see noctor 
nej job is rewarding 
communicating is vital art 
experience is valuable 

J°??.^*?i^'^^f'■yf^,'^EI■'' 0"" <^»'^0 ABUSE 
A CAKELESS DRIVER TAKES A DOG'S Life 
•lny BLAME DRIVERS WHEN A OOG IS H T' 
UNKIND PEOPLE NEED UNOERSTanoInC 

ELLIS. GEORGE S. JR. DR. AND MRS. 
HISTORIC RENOVATION 
DURHAM'S AwARn WINNERS 
RENOVATION TOUR SLATED 

ELLIS, GERALD WAYNE 

CRASH HURTS TRUCK DRIVER 

Ellis, gilbert (PiTTSdOROi 

JO I TUARY 
ELLIS, JUANITa COLE 

DEATHS AND Funerals 

Ellis, ora hicks 
obi tuary 

ellis. steven pay 

she's going to learn how to make biscuits 
ellis. swannie 

obituary: swannie ellis 

ellis. tho"as c. 

JOHN EAST/NORTH CAROLINA CONGRESSIONAL CLUH ICARrnnui 
CONGRESSIONAL CLUB STUDIES CABLE, LOW-PoLer {■i*''"°'" 

ELLIS. Thomas f. (CONGRESSIONAL CLUBI 

LIGHTHOUSE'S FATE RESTS WITH NATuRF. rnNractt 
•10RCAN BITTER TOWARD HElSs OVER cJmPa"n""^ 

Ellis, willum j. 

OBI TuARY 

ELLISON, UlANt 

CAR SAFE lY FUR CHILDREN 

ELLISON. JAMES WADE 

ELMORE. KELLY L. DR. 
OBITUARY 

ELSAM. HAROLD G. (CHAPLAIN) 

ONE-PARTY SV5TEX HAS S TR ANGL E- HOLD 

"TERANS PLAN SPECIAL HONOR 

CONGRESSMEN PROTECT THEIR OWN POCKETS 
ELY./ ELEANOR 

ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE OFFERS PROBLEMS. REWARDS 
EHBREE. EDWARD L. Ill 

BANKRUPTCY SUBJECT OF FORUM 

EMBREE. KEN C BJBBI 

BUSH party: FRIENDS' HELP MAKES PROJECT EASIER 
EMORY, CHRISTENE 

IMAGINE YOUR CHILD NEVER RETURNING 
EMORY. DALE SIDNEY 

YOUTH GETS 7-YEAR TERM 

J^?iJS DENIES ABUSING YOUTH 

SECOND INMATE AGREES TO TESTIFY 

EMORY WILL TESTIFY IN JAIL (^isE 

WITNESS TELLS OF ABUSE 

EMORY. EO 

iUSS"' l*^' CAROLINA STICKING TO THE WISHBONF 

c° "I! 1?isf ?°-"-"""-"^ " -"- 

5/ ^P !fs'?„StL'^^Gr'FRSS"S5y' '''" °' «" '"^ '-^T5 

h|r\sS'\\5S-a\l^^Sf"«Ic5%"o't^?l\ 

EMORY BLASTS 'UNFAIR' PUBLIC TY 
ED EMORY CHALLENGES HIS TEAM 
PIRATES FINISH SEASON WITH LOSS 

"'°"'5Ec'^?Ef^G'fSrsS!SV!i^s'""^"^'=''"^' 

EMORY. JOSEPH DALE 

nSV~DNTF?? i.^JiSIn^ .'.'""f^" ON SEXUAL ASS 
wi;,,t'^^I„?' PLEADED IN JAIL CELL ASSAULT 
YOUTH DOESN'T CONTEST ASSAULT CHARGE 

^''°»''5bLEna^carrie (HILLSBOROUGHI 
emory, mike 

FSnivlfSff'V^.^^STACLE FOR EMORY 
EMORY'S VISIT successful SURPRISE 

EMORY, STANLEY 

IMAGINE YOUR Child never returning 
Emory, timothy lee 

EMORY PLEADS NO CriNTEST 
EMORY SENTENCING SET NIDV. 9 



TO FINALE 



AULT CHARGES 



11/21/81 
11/22/61 



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S 2 10/12/81 B 1 P N J06 

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H 2 U/15/81 E 2 P F H45 

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H 2 5/25/81 A ATT R56 
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H 2 12/13/81 DAL 



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H 2 8/30/81 G 5 P F S91 

H 2 9/03/81 1 N W60 

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PSYCHIATRIC TESTS SET FQ« E 



<ORY 



ENEVOLOj OENN.E ^^, ^^ „„^^„ , H ' ll/|3/9. 

H 2 11/26/81 



POLICE OFFICER DIES FOLLOWING JHOOTING 

SISe^oI ^«?Uf.rl?.S!!E"s'J3rrLS°sf5IS POLICE.EN 



^~^^^; ^?LliH".?Er^iEEO. THOSE SP.CE PIONEERS " ^ "^"^" 



Fwri ISM. LINDA GIBSON (GIbSONI 
ENGLISH, L^^|JA^^^>|J.„mj5,^^ BOOKKEEPER 



2 10/2<>/81 A 16 



^""'^^ESI^IS^BLOCK. LITTER PROGRAH PLANNED " ' 'O^^"''' « ' " 

^°' ^VSr^HO GETS HIS LICENSE = ' '^'''^"^ ' ' " "' 

"""^^?-OA't^SF°?CHOnL LOO.S LARGE FOR SHALL CHILDREN 5 2 8/21/81 A 1 D N 008 

"^"?55-C;;iSS^S «A, HELP N.C. FIRMS. EXPERTS SAY " ^ "/02/81 A 10 N 



2 U/22/SI C 1 P U L57 
2 U/lT/81 B l<. N 



EPPERSON.. J|SS|^H.»R I SON^^^ HEALTH OEPT. DIRECTOR HAD SENSE OF HONOR 

""'•.aTchargIS'-kS'kionapping seaboaro woman, child 

"'"^S:;? ^TiR^L^-XvES REWRITE THE ROMANTIC CLICHES " » ^ "^'^' = ' ' 

'"'"^'iVu'lltl ^s'J^^Se the neeo-s greatest " ^ o^"^'' ' 

"^'•sE^ISIUl^iAroSff-iRHV... IF PROMOTED "^ '^»^"' 



ERVIN, JAMIE LYNWOOD^lFORTJRAGGl ,.^„,,„„,^ H 2 11/J5^SJ » '2 

SERGEA 



'fxPLQSIUES SEliED AT HOME IN FAYETTEVILLE -^ 5 jj/iT/ai A 6 

SERGEANT PLEADS GUILTY TO EXPLOSIVES CHARGE 



"^■^-rS?,'; ^inTo W^T'S'JSi.NG ON NIXON » \ t',\VA\ \ X 

^.'J,;:^^^P^^*:;!gS"^^;It PKK honors constitution S 2 6/27/8. A J 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 5 j 11/12/81 S 

!£JSsTSlf siSpJlNG^SEA^sENiRINGS TO MIND N.C. BOOK CLUB SELECTIONS H 2 12/06/81 3 

ERWIN, RICHARD C. ( JUDGE I H 2 6/1&/B1 A 10 

7 GYPSIES GO ON TRUL ^„,,cc tt.oru H 2 10/27/81 A 9 

JUDGE APPROVES WARRANT USED IN HOUSE SEARCH 

ERWIN. WILLIAM K. JR. H 2 9/05/81 A ". 

YHCA NEEDS NEW • TEAM" 

""'^'"GlROEN^pi^SICIAN NURTURES IT AS HE WOULD A PATIENT 
JEKYLL AND HYDE 

''"'?BOOHER°s""ahRIVAL bad news for STATE 

^^''^''rtEELsf DEVILS SUBTLE LACROSSE ALLIES 
LahRENCE Swapped to '.9ERS 

oukE'S espey resigns 

^^"^NCSU investigating sale of fruit to OFFICIAL'S WIFE 
STATE CHANGES PRODUCE SALES POLICY 

^^'"dokE university MULLING PURCHASE OF • 1 • BUILDING 
DUKE MAY PLACE 310 ON YMCA BUILDING 

^^^^'dOCTOR^SUPPLY should HELP HEALTH PLAN WORK 

BENEFACTOR BUYS -V- BUILDING FOR DUKE MEDICAL PROGRAMS 

BENEFACTOR ^UYS YMCA FOR DUKE 

PREyER. PHYSICIANS TO BE HONORED 

7 PHYSICIANS. FORMER SOLON TD BE HONORED 

ESTILL. RO'SEPI 

A LINK TO THE PAST 

EUBANKS. ADO CALVIN ( H I LL SBOSOUGH I 
OBITUARY 

'"'"'5lhlESlfiT'HSit"lS ONE ANSWER FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE 

EUDY. KEITH 

ARMED ROBBER HITS CAR SHOP 

^""^'VANCE PRESENTED COPT OF CHARTER 
THAO EURE OUGHT TO THROW A PARTY 
«5 YEARS IN CABINET POST 

FrflNCHO. MICHAEL A. 

POlICC PRObE 3 ARMED ROBBERIES „„„„,„,,, 
DURHAM POLICE PROBING THREE ARMED ROBBERIES 

CIuRham''bankFR says money MARKET RATE HIKES E 

^""'JOUNG DESIGNtP: N.C. STATE GRAD IS GAINING FAME IN NEW YORK 

evans. cinoa r. nichols i h i ll s30r0ugh i 
obituary 

Evans, oelores benton 

THANKS to The police 

EVANS. £. J. "MUTT" 

JERUSALEM PRESS VOLUMES DONATED 
EVANS NAMED DURHAM'S MAYOR EMERITUS 
THE PLEASURE IS OURS , 
KUDOS FOR 'MUTT' EVANS 



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INDEX 
li/31/9l 



NAMES 



CAGE 65 
I/U/82 



EVANSt ELI 

SANTA ADOS TO SPIBIT OF AUXILIARY'S SHOW 

SVANS. ELUS JB. IHILLSbORDUGHI 
jaiTuARY 

EVANSi GFNE 

ALL THE VOTES COUNT 

Eyans, mattie BALDWIN 

u"! Tuary 

Evans, mOmeR 

PSO fUES OFUCEk 

EVANS, JAMES "T03Y" rsArtfORO 
081 TuaHY 

EVANS, JOHNNIE IOUOhAM CO. SCHOOLS VOC. EO.l 

VOCATIONAL EO AT JORDAN FRUSTRATES SCHOOL BOARD 

evans, johnny (football playerl 

release didn't surprise evans 

Evans, kent 

firm aided library group 

Evans, lawrence e. 

sanfqro agrees to delay action on nixon library 

EVAnS, RObERT I YAOk INVILL6I 

n.c. '<an still looking for a wife 
Evans, Robert fuller 

obituary: ROBERT F. EVANS 

EVANS, SHEILA ANN 

TRIAL OPENS WITH SEARCH OF AUDIENCE 

BELL TRIAL TESTIMONY CONTINUES 

FOCUS SHIFTS IN DURHAM MURDER TRIAL 

NEW EVIDENCE ENTERS BELL TRIAL 

ALIBI PBOVIDED DEFENDANT IN MUHDER TRIAL 

DELIBERATIONS TO BEGIN IN BELL trial 

■IHSI ^A'^l'i^ deliberations in owight bell murder case 

JURY IS STILL DELIBERATING IN BELL TRIAL 
JURY SPLIT OVFR BELL IN MISTRIAL 
MISTRIAL DECLARED IN MURDER TRIAL 

EVANS, THOMAS JOHN 
OBITUARY 

EVANS, VINCE 

STATE SIGNS TOP FOOTBALL PROSPECT 
EVANS PICKS "PACK 

NFL'S EVANS NIXED IDEA OF CENTRAL 
TEN FRESHMEN WORTH WATCHING IN "81 
WAIT Pays DIVIDENDS FOR EVANS 

evans, wilbert lee 

man gets death sentence for slaying of va . officer 

Everett, katherine 

the kress building: -little bit of history- 
everett, robinson 0. 

everett says military winning drug war 

drug trend ominous 

EVRY, LYNN w. 

CPtL DESCRIBES N-PLANT PROBLEMS 

EZELL, GLENN 

BAD ELOOD FERMENTED INTO BRAWL 

FAMRNER, ARTHUR 

SEX BEHAVIOR PRIVATE MATTER 
BACKWARD SENATORS 

FAIR, DONALD HERBERT 
031 TUARY 

FAIR, RICHARD B. OR. 

VICE PRESIDENT IS NAMED AT MICROELECTRONICS CENTER 
FAIR JOINS MICROELECTRONICS CENTER LbNItR 

FAIRBAIRN, BRUCE 

BRUCE FAIRBAIRN HAS REPUTATION AS GOOD COOK 
FAIRCHILO, LINCOLN 

HE WENT FROM DUKE TO TOADS FOR THEORY OF 'BIGGER IS BETTER' 
FAIRCLOTH, D. M. "LAUCH" 

"U';'!^, ''LAN TO POLITICIZE STATE BOARD IS CRITICIiED 

160,000 REPORTED LOANED TO GROUP 

VEPCO, STATE BDCIN MEETINGS 

I^VSn:,"?^??! I'^oJ'2 ^^'.9° "" '=""" «I1-L WORK ON RATES 

^F'S^SctSfS^ ro'l.Til'iV^""' ""-" '° """^'^ "'°"5TRY 

PLAYING NAME GAMES 

LET NAMES REFLECT HISTORY 

FAIRCLOTH, NANCY 

N.C. SYMPHONY'S SEASON BEGINS WITH POSITIVE NOTE 
FAIRFAX, JEAN 

t.?^,5'°"' "J" ""'^ 5AID ONE-SIDEO, INCOMPLETE 

NAACP LAWYER SPEAKS SATURDAY 

NAACP OFFICIAL URGES BLACKS TO BE VIGILANT 

FAisoN, Chester -mack" 

MAN acquitted in death of wilolife protector 

ACOUlTfEO MAN HAILS verdict AS 'WORK OF LORD' 
FAISON, GILBERT 

JUDGE ISSUES ORDER TO CLOSE NIGHTCLUB 
JUDGE CLOSES -THE SPOT' Ni;,niLLUO 

•SPOT-OWNER DENIES ALLEGATIONS 

SSSiS'JJoslrisJul'? '"' ''°'-' "^"""= 
DA STRIKES OEAL TO PUT 'THE SPOT- OUT OF BUSINESS 
FAISON. LARRY 

'• ARRESTED FOR DRUGS 

<. ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID 

FAISON, SAMUEL A. 



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H 2 9/01/91 A 16 

H 2 5/06/81 A 9 N W2A 

H 2 8/23/81 B 3 N 

H 2 6/01/81 A <. L 

H 2 a/16/81 A I N S51 

S 2 12/26/81 A 23 N 

H 2 6/2<./81 6 7 



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S 2 11/10/Sl A 8 

H 2 11/1 1/81 A 9 

s 2 u/n/ai A 5 

H 2 11/12/81 B 1 

S 2 11/12/81 C 1 

H 2 U/13/81 B 1 

S 2 U/13/81 A 8 

H 2 11/14/81 B 1 

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S 2 9/02/81 6 

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a/2',/81 A 
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H 2 5/07/81 C 1 P F S56 



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H 2 9/14/81 A 1 N 

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■i/Ol/ai - 12/31/8 



P»r,E 66 
1/11/8? 



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PG L P BTL 



2'ID-utC.i<tF -"UBOFft TRIAL STARTS 

CHe»15T TESTIFIES 1 'I xuROfR CASE 

QfFENDANT CHANi,eS STORY A60UT STRUGGLF 

MAN ACQUITTED IN DEATH OF WILDLIFE PROTFCTQR 

ACaulTTED MAN HAILS VERDICT AS ' yORK DF LORD' 

FAISOM. UILLIAM 

MUSEUM GETS SETTER EVERY DAY 

FALKt ADAM (CHAPEL HILLJ 

IGNOHANCEt GREED PUT BOTH SIDES IN FAN'S DOGHOUSE 

FALKELLi JERRY REV. 

FALWELL RAPS DURHAM EVOLUTION EXHIBIT 

SEV. FALUELL IN OORHAM FOR FILMING 

THE EVOLUTION DEBATE 

JERRY FALWELL AND SCIENCE 

CABLE NEWS SUES OVER WHITE HOUSE COVERAGE 

TV PREACHERS: STUDY SHOWS OVERALL APPEAL OF TELECASTS DECLINING 

HELMS ASKS FOR OFFERINGS TO HELP FALWELL'S MINISTRY 

BOOKS OF CONSCIENCE (CARTOONJ 

■NEW RIGHT" DESERVES SEN. GOLDWATER'S ATTACK 

FALWELL: ANT 1 - ABOR 1 1 ON DRIVE LIKE CIVIL RIGHTS 

FALWELL DENIES POLITICAL HOPES 

FALWELL STRESSES MORALITY, PATRIOTISM 

CARTOON NOT UNDERSTANDABLE 

SLANTED OUESTIONNA IRE 

WHO'S MORAL MAJORITY? 

BAPTISTS WISE TO REJECT SPEC I AL - I NTER EST POLITICS 

FALWELL LAUDS CONSERVATIVES 

FAORO* SUSAN 

HORSES WORTH %U»000 STOLEN 

FARAMAS2I. SCHEHFREZAOE 

SHE KFEPS HER SOURCES TALKING 

FARBER, JONATHAN 

PLO AN ORGANIZATION OF TERRORIST KILLERS 

FARFOUR. ALLEN 

HAVF RACKET WILL TRAVEL WORLDWIPE 
FARFOUR. ALDERMAN MEET FOR CROwN 
FARFOUR BAGS TENNIS CROWN 
ECTA WINNERS 

FARLEY. GORDON STUART 

HAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING 

FARMER. JOSEPH OR. 

ITCHY? YOUR HOME MAY 86 DESERT-DRY 

FARNGALA, GABRIEL (LIBERIAl 

THREE STUDENTS KILLED IN CRASH 

FARRELL. MARY 

R.L. RIGSBEE JR. MADE LASTING IMPACT 

FARRINGTON. GEORGE 

obituary: GEORGE FARRINGTON 

FARRINGTON. JAMES ARTHUR 
OBITUARY 

FARRINGTON. RANDALL FARAR 

CHASED MAN DIES: MURDER CHARGED 

ENLARGED HEART MAY BE DEATH CAUSE 

DEATH BLAMED ON HEART AIL"ENT 

DOCTOR Says FIGHT HASTENED DEATH 

STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER SAYS FIGHT ACCELERATED DURHAM MAN'S DEATH 

FARRINGTON, WILLIAM 
OBI TUAKY 

FARRINGTON, WILLIE S. 

AUTO Chase results in several CHARGES 

FARRISH, WILLIE IROj'^UlUl 

ROaSORC OFFICER GIVES RESIGNATION 
EVALUATION OF POLICE DEPARTMENT SOUGHT 

FARROW. ROBERT LEWIS 

MAN CRITICAL AFTER WRECK 
OBITUARY: ROBERT FARROw 

FARTHING, JAMES D. 

LAST-DAY FILINGS ASSURE MORE COUNCIL PRIMARIES 

CANOIDATE MAY HAVE CONFLICT 

SMEPPARD WITHOR'IAWS FROM RACE 

FARTHING ASKS AG'S OPINION 

THORNTON SEEKS RULING ON CANDIDATE, CONFLICT 

FARTHING WITHDRAWS FRHM MAYOR'S RACE 

FARTHING QUITS MAYORAL RACE 

FARTHING WITHDRAWS FROM RACE 

BUSINESS RESTORES LIFE TO LITTLE FIVE POINTS 

CANDIDATES WEEDING SELVES OUT 

FOR THIS CAUSE I BECAME CANDIDATE FOlt MAYOR OF DURHAM 

FAftTHlNG'S NAME TO STAY ON BALLOT 

LITTLE FIVE POINTS ON COMEBACK TRAIL 

PROGRESS IN NORTH DURHAM 

JENKINS' TREASURER MISSES FILING DEADLINE 

CANDIDATES IN TUESDAY'S PRIMARY GIVE VIEWS ON ISSUES 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

JlH FARTHING SAYS: "CHARLIE MARKHAM CAN LEAD DURHAM. . ." 

FARTHING, MARY AN;j OR, 

NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM 

FauCFTTE, ChESLcY h. "PETE" 
FRIENDS COME TO RFSCUE 

FAUCETTE. ETHEL 

obituary: MRS. FTHEL FAUCETTE 

FAUCETTE, PHILIP B. 

Two SCOUIS TO RECEIVE MEDALS 

Two MFBANE SCOUTS TO GET HONOR MEDAL 

FAUCETTE, WILLIAM BUPSOuGHS 
OBI TUARY 

FAULKNER, THOMAS ( flU' L I NGTON 1 

TWO PAINTERS SURVIVE SHOCK 



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■i/Ol/ai - 1J/31/SI 



FAUNrePQY, MALTFn f, IWbO.. O.C.) 

OEP. TJ APDOtSS BLACK CONFt»E'JCF 

Kep. fAuNraoY lo speak at duke chapel service 

FAH. GARLAND REV. IR1WAN CO. I 
i.OOO PROTEST REVALUATION 

FAHCETT, OEORGE D. I L I MCOLITONI 

UFO E<PE»r In n.c. says it uas 'an avehagf year- 
fearing* CHARLES 

ATTORNEYS SAY MAN DIDN'T KNOk hF KILLED SOMEONE 
NErt TPIAL GRANTFQ IN HIT-RUN DEATH 

FEAhlNC. FfANCIS 

ARMED RPB'ERY REPORTED 

POLICE Exchange gunfire ^.ith man 

FEAkInG, malCULM 

'l(„ TRIAL GS4NIFD IN HIT-RUN DEATH 

FEARMSIUE, VIOLA (SOUTHERN PINFSI 

FEAONSIOE COLLECTION OF DRAWINGS ON EXHIBIT 
DUKE DRAWINGS EXHIBIT SHOWS 'FIRST IMPULSES* 

FEATHERSTON, AL 

A MOVIE COLUMN STARTS NEXT WEEK 

FELO. ELIOT 

ELVIS AND ELIOT: ilODIES IN MOTION 

FELOHAN, TRUDE 

REACAN PICTURES PROMPT LAWSUIT 

FELLINI, fEOERICO 

FELLINI FILM: VISION OR CHAUVINISM? 

FELTS. JAMES R. JR. 

FELTS GETS HEALTH AWARD 

FENOLEY, CAREY 

WHY WAS SHE FIRED? 

FORCED RESIGNATION ANGERS GROUP 

FEPGESON. DAVID 

ROBBER ATTACKS MAN 

FERGUSON, BOB 

FERGUSON: REMAINING PROGRAMS SHOULDN'T BE CUT 

FERGUSON, MELVALLENE REVA 

VICTIM OF FIRE IS IDENTIFIED 

VICTIM Mjv HAVE STARTED THEATER FIRE 

FERGUSON, OLIVER w. 

■IAS IT 5uChwa10-> 

FERNANDEZ, ALEC 

FERNAMDE2' AIM NETS NATIONAL RIFLE CROWN 

FEORELL, GEORGE LLOYD 
OS ITUARY 

FERRELL, JAMES "RED" 

THEY'RE wED. »UT NOT READY TO SETTLE DOWN 

FERRELL, JAMES K. 

CLOTHING DESIGNED TO BLOCK NERVE GAS 

FERRELl, META 

THEY'RE wED, BUT NOT READY TO SETTLE DOWN 

FERRELL, PAUL ORVILLE 

obituary: p. 0. FERRELL 

FERRELL, RONNIE 

LAST ROUND? DURHAM BOXING PROGRAM FACES UNCERTAIN FUTURE 
FESTER, RONNIE D. 

CAR STRIKES 3 IN CHAPEL HILL 
FEW, RAN 

FEW HONORED 

few, WILLIAM PRESTON 

HOW TIMES DO Change: TRUE PICTURE IS GIVEN 
FICKLING, DORIS 

YOU MIGHT CALL HIM A GADGET FOOL 

FIELD, LESLIE A. 

OVER THE YEARS THOMAS WOLFE HAS SOMETHING TO SAY 
FIELD, WAYNE lEOINA, MN.] 

NIXON PYRAMID PLANS RESURRECTED 

WAS IT BUCHWALD' 

FIELDS. BILL 

FOLKS AROUND MERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

FrnKt^SonfiSS SL^^'^'I" "^"^^ STREET MERCHANTS 

folks around he»e: the way things are 

fields. oavid edmond 

?Ir%*?!e?'?e?'f'SI°fi'?ldT°"'''^^ -'"^ 

fields. reginald ifaomvillei 

18-year-old dies during ball game 

filston, howard dr. 

SURGERY CORRECTS YOUTH'S LIFE-LONG INTESTINAL DISORDER 

FINA220, MICHAEL "THUNDER- 
SLAIN MEN WERE HELL'S ANGELS 
^:'^:,f'£'-f """""^ MEMBERS SLAIN 
LAWMEN PLAN FUNERAL ESCORT FOR 2 BIKERS 
£„HELL'S ANGELS MEMBERS ARE GIVEN BIKERS' FUNFRAI 
r?^2?N''?tf„"~" ''''°"'T MEETING OF pSlICE IN "o 
LAWMEN SAID AWARE OF PLANS FDR Kill rwr 
POLICE HAVE CLUES IN BIKERS' SL^ilNGS 

FINCH, ANDREW J. 

EX--AYOR PRO TEM OF HENDERSON DIES 

FINCH, BILL 



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FINCH MASTERS MOrOCKQSS 

FINCHp MARY (LOUIS^URGI 

fBANRLIN OFFICERS UR&E CAUTION FOLLOWING 3REAK-INS. AS! 
FRANKLIN MAN IS CHARGED IN Twn 9REAK-TN$* ASSAULT 
FILES MORE CHARGES 

fINCm. MEREuITH 

POINTFMS ON ECCLESIASTICAL NEEDLEPOINT 

FISCHER. MICHAEL E. (CHARLOTTEt 

3 TEENS CHARIFD IN WO'IAN'S DEATH 

MOTHER OF SUSPECT SAYS, -HE DIDN'T 00 IT- 

FINGER. WILLIAM 

■iE« 300» DESCRIBES PROSPECTS FOR TOBACCC 

FINLATOk, W. m. 3£V. 

HOBBY'S BACKERS UAKN OF ATTACK 
PASTOR "APS FLEMMING'S DISMISSAL 

FINN> ARTHUR DR. 

RALLY OPPOSING Fol RECRUITERS STAGED «T UNC 

FINN, CHESTER E. JO. OR. 

EDUCATION POLICY CHANGES '-(ILL BE TOPIC OF ADDRESS 
SPEECH SET ON 'REAGAN REVOLUTION' 

FISCHBACH, ROBERT 

;EPCO MISMANAGEMENT CHARGED 

OUkE POWER'S "ATE HIKE SAIO TOO HIGH 

VFPCO EXPECTS TO HOLD PRICE HIKES TO INFLATION RATE 

CPCL TRIMS HARRIS PLANT PLANS 

FISH. JEAN IWAKE CO. I 

THEY'VE GOT COWBOYS IN FAMILY NOW 

FISmBAUGH, JEFFRY 

MARINE PILOT DIES IN CRASH OF HARRIER JET 

FISHER, ALBERT F. 

DUKE ALUMNI HAVE NEW PRESIDENT 

FISHER NEW PRESIDENT OF DUKE ALUMNI GROUP 

FISHER, BARBARA ANN 

2 CHARGEO WITH GROWING 'POT' 
MARIJUANA PLANTS ARE FOUND ON ROOF 

FISHER, JANE 

SHE FINDS IT SURPRISINGLY EASY TO LOVE A MARINE 

FlSHEil, LOUIS JOSEPH IHIGH POINTI 

N.C. AMAIFUR ATHLETIC LEADER DEAD 

FISHER, MATTHEW (GREENWOOD, S.C.I 

SURGERY CORRECTS YOUTH'S LIFE-LONG INTESTINAL DISORDER 

FISHES, MITCHELL 

MURALS REFLECT 'A FEELING CITIES DON'T HAVE TO BE UGLY' 

FISHMAN, JOAN 

COOKBOOK IS FOR CANCER PATIENTS 

FITTS, EARL p. (5ILE0 CITYl 

siLER CITY Elects new mayor 

FITZGERALD, F. OWEN JR. REV. IRALEIGHl 

ALUMNI OF DUKE DIVINITY SCHOOL ELECT PRESIDENT 

FITZGERALD, ROBERT J. 

FUNDING TO BE CUT Z5t, 



SHAVING POSSIBLE 



FLAHERTY, PAVIO 

GOP TO CONCENTRATE ON 5 STATE SENATE SEATS 

GOP CHAIRMAN LOOKS TO I<!B2 N.C. ELECTIONS 

FLAHERTY SAYS HUNT 'ABUSING TAX FUNDS' 

CANOIOATE FOR CONGRESS RAPS STATE GOP CHAIRMAN 

GOP LEADERS DEBATE REDI STR IC TI NC 

GOP LEADERS ACCUSE HUNT OF LYING ABOUT SIGN COSTS 

GOP PLANS SUIT CHALLENGING REMAP OF STATE HOUSE AREAS 

GOP EYES ORANGE SENATE SEATS 

GOP CHIEF SEEKS USE OF MANSION 

FLAHERTY CRITICIZED FOR RE3UEST 

FLAHEPY DOESN'T WANT FUND-RAISER HELD IN MANSION 

FLAHERTY SAYS HUNT SHOULD CANCEL EVENT 

FLAHERTY MAKES HIS POINT 

FLAHERTY, MICHAEL ICHARLOTTEI 

APPEALS COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL 

FORMER OFFICER WILL NOT RETURN TO POLICE WORK 

SUSPENDED TERM GIVEN IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

FLANARV, JACK D. 

THE FEDERAL FOOD STAMP PUZZLEMENT 

FLEBOTTE, DANIEL R. 

NOVELTY CHAIN TO CHALLENGE PARAPHERNALIA LAW 

FLEISHMAN, ANDY 

SCULPTURE CAPTURES HIS HEART- 



■ANO DREAMS 



FLEISHMAN, JOEL ICHAPEL HILLI 

FRIDAY TO LEAD 2000 COMMISSION 

74 ON FACULTY SIGN PRO-LIBRARY PAPER 

MORE Than to duke faculty members back nixon library 

FLEMING, FRANCES 

IT'S A SMALL WORLD AT ENO OPEN HOUSE 

FLEMING, JOHN 
Oei TUARY 

FLEMING, N. N. Ill 

FILLING OF VACANCY URGED IN ALAMANCE 

FLEHMING, ARTHUR 

PASTOR Raps FLEMMING'S DISMISSAL 

FLEMMINC. GEORGE 

ENERGY ASSISTANCE APPLICATIONS DOWN 

FLETCHER, BETSY 

WRITING CAREER PROSPERS DESPITE COMPLEX DETOUR 

FLETCHER, Floyd 

FLETCHER ELECTED COLLEGE TRUSTEE 



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FLETCHER, JOHN 

COUNTY EOUCiTING TE6NS QN GROWING PROBLEM 

MAIL Causes delay in appeal 

PREGNANT TEENS PROGRAM'S FOCUS 

HEARINGS "AY PRECEDE REPORT'S DISPOSITION 

HEALTH OFFICIALS PREPARE FOR FEDERAL FUNDING CUTS 

SOME SEPTIC TANK PANEL IDEAS MEET OPPOSITION 

HEALTH OFFICIALS QUESTION SOME SEPTIC PANEL IDEAS 

HEALTH BOARD AMENDS. OKS WASTE REPORT 

BOARD OKS SEPTIC BEPORT 

TEER SEEKS QUALIFICATIONS OF COUNTY'S SANITARIANS 

TEcR: SANITARIANS INCOMPETENT 

uURha" health services SURVIVE euOGET CUTS 

MEiSLES TO RE"AIN PR03LEM, DURHAM HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY 

COUNTY HEALTH OFFICIALS KEEP CLOSF WATCH FOR FLU OUTBREAK 

OUR PREGNANT TEFNS 57 OF 1,000 FEMALES 

PROGRAM LOWERING REPEAT PREGNANCIES 

FLETCHER, JOHNNY ICONCOROI 

FORMER JAYCEES' TRIAL MOVED 

FLETCHER, MARIA BEAlE 

MISS AMERICA CROM N.C. WON TITLE 20 YEARS AGO 

FLETCHER, TOMMY 

SPAT SPARKS SHOOTING 

FLETCHER, TULLY 

CHRISTIAN ETHICS GUIDE DURHAM MAN'S BUSINESS 

FLETCHER, WILLIAM OR. 

TEACHERS ENTER COMPUTER AGE 

FLICK, TOM 

IN CONTRAST 



FLICKER, ROBIN 

POSTAL POONOOGGLE 



FLOjD, DUDLEY E. DR. 

ALUMNI TO HEAR FLOOD 



FLORA, JOSEPH M. OR. 

NEW CHAIRMAN NAMED, Z REAPPOINTED AT UNC 



FLOWERS, JCMN e. Ill 

FLOWERS TO SP'^AK AT FORUM 

FLOWERS, SHIRLEY JEAN 

"i ARRFSTEO FOR DRUGS 
<> ARRESTED IN D»uG Raid 
»ORK CLARIFIED 

FLOYD, JAMES A. 

OBITUARY: JAMES A. FLOYO 

FLOYD, MARLENE 

PARENTS SPARK MARLENE FLOYO INTO TOP SPOT 
MS. FLOYO WEATHERS HENREOON CHALLENGES 

FLOYD, RAYMOND 

FLOYO IN GROOVE FOR HALL OF FANE 
SMITH, FLOYO AMONG HALL INDUCTEES 
SMITH HUMBLE AT INDUCTION 
SMITH, OTHERj ENTER "HALL" 

FLOYO, REGINALD 

DRIVER OF GAS TRUCK THAT EXPLOOEO 'GOOD' 



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READERS MISCONSTRUED LETTER ON WELFARE 

FLYNN, MIKE 

SUOS, POP C PEANUTS: BULLS' FANS NOW BUY FROM MIKE FLYNN 

FLYNN, PATRICK 

CONDUCTOR ChOICF MAY TRIGGER STRIKE 

FLYNN DELAYS DECISION QN SYMPHONY POSITION 

FLYNN: GET SYMPHONY IN HARMONY 

FLYNN WILL ACCEPT CONDUCTOR'S JOB 

FLYNN SAYS HE'S NOT WORRIED ABOUT MUSICIANS 

FLYNN STRESSES IMPORTANCE OF ORCHESTRA'S SEASON 

MEDIATION MAY BE SOUGHT IN SYMPHONY CONTROVERSY 

TROUBLE IN THE SYMPHONY 

SYMPHONY REACHES CONTRACT SETTLEMENT 

SYMPHONY COMPBOHISE PLEASES FLYNN 

N.C. SYMPHONY MUSICIANS OK CONTRACT 

MAESTRO MINCES FEW WORDS OVER MUSICIANS 

BETTER TIMES AHEAD FOR SYMPHONY 

N.C. SYMPHONY'S SEASON BEGINS WITH POSITIVE NOTF 

FLYNN IS Fan of symphony HE CONDUCTS 

FLYTHE, JUNIOUS LEE (MILWAUKEE, WIS. I 

MAN CHARGED «ITH KIDNAPPING SEABOARD WOMAN, CHILD 

FOBES, JOHN E. (CHAPEL HILLI 

FORMER UNESCO OFFICIAL URGES U.S. TO 'THINK GLOBALLY' 

FOGEL, CATHERINE I. 

UNC NURSE IS CO-AUTHCR OF BOOK 

FOGG, JOHNNY M. IFR ANKL INTONl 
ANOTHER DIES FROM WRECK 

FOGLEMAN, OELACEY 

MOVING OF TRIAL IS SOUGHT 

STEPHENS INNOCENT 

LIBERTY MAN IS ACQUITTED OF KILLING GRANDPARENTS 

FOGLEMAN, ETHEL BRvanT 

MOVING OF TRIAL IS SOUGHT 

STEPHENS INNOCENT 

LIBERTY MAN IS ACQUITTED OF KILLING GRANDPARENTS 

FOGLEMAN, JAMES JR. (GRAHAMl 

OBITUARY: JAMES FOGLEMAN JR. 

FOGLEMAN, JOY MURRAY IGRAHAMI 
OBITUARY: JOY FOGLEMAN 
OBITUARY: JOY FOGLEMAN 

FOGLEMAN, MARGIE CLIBURNE 



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HONTMLY/4 " N U A L 



^"""^"vILLACE HONO;*S rjUSHiH HERO 

''°'-'''cH2Rlf?'e6GINS. BUT SHOULON-I END, AT HOME 

^°''"!;Tl^^5I-.5I^VIoJ"5^!i^-S'D.ES IN v.. 

'°'-i^5S:ons^G,7E^?S°ErS^CaLLEC = 
COUPLE DONATES 150,00(1 TO ELON 

"°"fH'REE"f'N"?STS ARE ICE-.TIFUO 
CHAPEL MILL NARROWS FIELD TO 4 
COUNCILHEN "U-i ABOUT MEETING 

FORaES. CATHERINE 

t, MEN ATTACK SISTERS 



I N E X 
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PACE TO 
1/U/B2 



FORBESf GRACE 
obituary: 



GPACE FORHES 
(GBEFNSBOROl 



""^'l^.f^e^JoC^AiS^r-nCH LOSES MORGANTON MArOR-S RACE 
GREENSBORO TO SELECT MAYOR 
N.C. VOTERS ELECT NEW MAYORS 

FOPiiUS. INA (MPS. SA-PLEI 

^§'-E!naLISTS SELECTED IN DUKE POETRY CONTEST 

FoRO, BeTIy ^^^^^^ ^,^,|.j LEGEND 
FORO WILL PRESENT AWARD 
SAM SCRIPPS FOLLOWED OIFFERENT PRUM 
GRAHAM ACCEPTS SCRIPPS AhARD 
•SUPREME INNOVATOR' hONORfD AT FESTIVAL 
PIONEER OF DANCE DESERVES HOMAGE 
TOPS IN MODERN DANCE 

FOHOi DANNY 



CLEMSON WORKOUTS OISAPPnlNT FORO ,.^.^ , 
CLEMSON ATTACK RETURNS INTACT 4FTER BLEAK • 
FORD LEAVING NO HEELS UNTURNED IN PREPARATI 



•30-5 RAGS 



FORD; REVENGE NOT A MOTIVATOR 

CLEMSON HONORS FORD 

TIGERS EYE ACC TITLE VS. TERPS 

FCRD WARY QF SOUTH CAROLINA 

FORD, CLEMSOM BACK TO RICHES AFTER 

??SSeS?e|M?= i^S^RfESft'FILES^U MILLION SUIT AGAINST CLEMSON 

LACK OF INJURUS AIDED CLEMSON IN CLIMB TO TOP 

FORO, EL"0 L. ,„„. 

jeiTuARY: ELMO L. FORD 

FORO, GEANETTE ELLIS 
OBITUARY 

''"""'fORe'gn SUPPORT CITEO FOR REAGAN PROPOSALS 
NO DEAL WITH RLO THUGS 

FORO, GERALD R., FOREIGN TRIPS, SUMMIT 

THEY oaRKED and bOwEO AT SUMMIT TABLE 

FORD, GERALD R., MUSEUM 

MODEL PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY NOW IN PLACE 

FORO, GERALD R.. PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY 

MODEL PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY NOW IN PLACE 

""°-Bi!5cK*i;l.D'EQ«i'T3'"I^RV^i^ CHAMPER DIRECTORS 

FORD, JOHN DANIEL 
OBITUARY 

FORD. JOHNNY LEE "KAYO" 
OBITUARY 

FORD. LEIGHTON FREDERICK SANDYS JR. 

FUNERAL SERVICES HELD FOR GRAHAM-S NEPHEW 
EVANGELIST'S SON DIES AFTER SURGERY 

FORD. PHIL 

•ThaR'S gold in THEM Thar heELS' 
OLD TAR heels never CHANGE 

FORD. ^SANDYS ^^^^^ SERVICE WILL HONOR SON OF EVANGELIST 

FORD, STEVFN D. 

DURHAM'S AWARD WINNERS 

FQROF, NORMA 1 L AUR I N'lURG I , , „,,, 

RENOWNED COFFEE SHOP IN LAURIN8URG CLOSES 

FQRDMAM, CHRISTOPHFR C. Ill 

UNC CHANCELLOR GETS SERVICE AWARD 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: REPORT FROM BOHEMIA 
UNC MINORITY, FEMALE FACULTY DIPS 

V^CrII's^ !n lV.lf.°C.°'lkTu,ifcuLl,^ HIGHLIGHT UNC ■ S ANNUAL REPORT 
FORCHAM SAYS FULL-TIME FACULTY IMPROVES UNC 
UNC PROGRAM EFFORT GARNERS «19.1 MILLION 

FORE, DAN REV. I NEW YORK! 
SIN AND MISNOMtRS 

FOREMAN, BRENDA 

BOARD IS SUBJECT OF MORE REVIEWS 
ATTORNEY SEES NO CONFLICT 

'''^"'"'OUKE TRUSTEES VOTE THEIR APPROVAL TO BeGIN NIXON LIBRARY NEGOTIATIONS 
LIBRARY NEGOTIATORS NAMED: ONE CAST VOTE AGAINST PLAN EARLIER 
PANEL RICKED TO CONTINUE LIBRARY TALKS 

FORMY - DUVAL, JOHN ^ , 

STRONGER SChOTL-BUSInESS TIES SOUGHT "^ 
COMMUNITY EDUCATION GROWING 



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CnuNIY SCHOOLS CtT GHANT 

P»0Cii4M MINI'S SCHOOLS. flOMS 

SOVIET SCHOOLS STBE5S TIES WITH COMMUNITY 

FO««EST£B, ALMA STUAST 
06IIUARY 

FOKRESTES. ROY L. Ml 

GRAND JURY INOICTS 1 INMATES ON SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGES 

NO CONTEST PLEADED IN JAIL CELL ASSAULT 

YOuTm DOESN'T CONTEST ASSAULT CHARGE 

INHATE OE>(IES ABUSING YPUTH 

SECOND INHATE AGREES TO TESTIFY 

EMORY ,<ILL TESTIFY IN JAIL CASE 

WITNESS TELLS Of ABUSE 

FORSYTH. ROBIN 

NEW SMILE IN TOWN 

FQRSyTHE, CAROLYN ANN 

CBS OFFERS PAIR APOLOGY 

FOOSYTHE. HAROLD LfO 

CBS OFFERS PAIR APOLOGY 

FORT, EDWARD BERNAPD 

MAN SAID Chosen for post at a c t 

UNC BOARD PICKS FORT TO HEAD A t T 

FORTSON. STEVE 

FDRTSON ENJOYING ROUTS 

FOSCUEi HENRY A. 

". TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES 

FOSTER, BILL ICLfMSON "ASKETBALL COACHI 
■SHANGHAIED' PY CHINESE BASKETBALL 
BILL FOSTER, I PRESUME 

FOSTER, BILL lUNIV. OF S.C. BASKETBALL COACHI 
BILL FOSTER, I PRESUME 

FOSTER, IRENE B. 

FIRMS CAN BE CITED FOR CRIMES ON PREMISES 

FOSTER. JAMES MRS. 

SALE HELPS CAUSES 
BENEFIT SHOW A SUCCESS 

FOSTER, ROBERT w. ILOUISBURGI 
Two MEN CHARGED IN FRANK 
TWO HELD IN FOANKLIN SLA 
TWO MEN CHARGFO IN FQSTE 
TWO MEN ABE INDICTED IN 
GROUP CRITICIZES FRANKLI 
MURDER TRIAL COULD COME 
VENUE CHANGE DENIED IN F 
MORE POTENTIAL JURORS CA 
JURORS ARE SELECTED FOR 
WOMAN SAYS 5 MEN LEFT SL 
SHERIFF TESTIFIES FOSTER 
MAN SAYS HE WASN'T AT SC 
DEFENSE RESTS CASE IN TP 
CLOSING ARGUMENTS PRESEN 
FRANKLIN JUPOflS DELI3ERA 
JURY FINOS ALSTON GUILTY 
ALSTON GETS LIFE SENTENC 
OFFICIALS SAY REWARD HAS 
CONVICTION CALLED UNJUST 



LIN SLAYINGS 

YINGS 

R MURDER 

FRANKLIN SLAYINGS 

N ARRESTS 

IN AUGUST 

RANKLIN MURDER TRIAL 

LLED IN FRANKLIN TRIAL 

TRIAL IN FRANKLIN 

AYINGS SCENE 

COMPLAINED OF DRUGS 
ENE OF SLAYINGS 
lAL OF ALSTON 
TED IN TRIAL 
TING MURDER CASE 

IN SLAYI'IGS 
E FOR MURDER 

NOT BEEN PAID 



FOSTER, WILLIAM 

CHASEr "AN OIFS; MURDER CHARGED 

ENLARGED HEART Hjy BE DEATH CAUSE 

DEATH BLAMED ON HEART AILMENT 

OBITUARY 

DOCTOR SAYS FIGHT HASTENED DEATH 

STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER SAYS FIGHT ACCELERATED DURHAM MAN'S DEATH 

FOSTER, WILLIAM JR. I w I NS TON- S ALEMI 

ALLEGATIONS OF DRUG USE: DENIAL UF BENEFITS APPEALED 

FOUNTAIN, OEeORAH 

PAGEANT SPONSOR SUES N.C. 



NATI VE 



FOUNTAIN, L. H. 

<> TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES 

MOVING DURHAM TO 2ND DISTRICT GAINS SUPPORT 

N.C. REOISTRICTING: COUNTY LINE CROSSING CONSIDERED 

REDISTRICTINO: UNWANTED DURHAM COUNTY FOCAL POINT IN ASSEMBLY 

REOISTRICTING VOTE MIGHT BE TAKEN TOMORROW 

ROYALL: DON'T PUT DURHAM IN 2N0 

SENATE BLURS PANEL'S VISION OF OURHAM IN 2 

CONGRESSMAN OPPOSES PLAN FOP dTH DISTRICT 

FOUNTAIN IRKEO BY AOS 

2ND DISTRICT China SHOP ICARTOONI 

EVICTION FROM 2ND DISTRICT CHINA SHOP ICARTOONI 

DURHAM LANDS IN RT DISTRICT 

ANDREWS, FOUNTAIN RECEIVE MANY CALLS 

I N.C. DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSMAN BACKS REAGAN'S PLAN 

FOUNTAIN SAYS HE VOTED FOR BEST TAX-CUT OPTION 

FOUNTAIN TO VISIT AREAS IN DISTRICT 

FOUNTAIN'S ANNUAL TOUR DRAWS QUESTIONS, PLEAS 

FOUNTAIN'S Tax-Cut vote gives 'president a CHANCE' 

FOUNTAIN SETS DISTRICT TOUR 

'SS*'^9°"^"''^°" PROGRAM SHOULD NOT BE DISMANTLED 

LOOK TO PAST FOB LABOB DAY MESSAGE 

iSr,I!9^,£*"^l I'JLJ'*? DISTRICT LOOKS LIKE 'FOUNTAIN'S FISHHOOK' 

FOUNTAIN, LEAF FOES IN WAR OF WORDS OVER PRICE SUPPORTS 

HELMS APPLAUDS 2 DEMOCRATS 

CONGRfSSMAN ANNOUNCES GRANT FOR CARR30R0 PARK 

TEACHERS 'FLUNK' 7 N.C. CONGRESSMEN 

FOUSHEE, BRAXTON 

PRINCIPAL TRANSFERS CANCELED 

ROGER MESSER ENTERS RACE FOR CARRSORO MAYOR 

NINE CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF IN CARRBORC ELECTION 

THREE INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRPORO 

CAMPAIGN SLOGAN CATCHES COALITION 

THREE COALITION INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRBORO 

FQWLE, DANIEL 

010 NEW BED RILE MANSION GH0ST7 

FOWLER, ALFONSO "OABF" 
OBI TUARV 

FOULER, ANNA 



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P»T INC«EASE SOUGHT FOR V» MU»5ES 



fOWLER. BENNIE EULAN 
OBITUARY 



FOHLERf riAYTON ALVIN 
03ITUARY 

FUWLFR. FSItLLA H. 
0?I TUARY 

FQhLERf IRENE 

TftN SHOT OUKING ROIbFRY 
(OuTm shot FY OWNER OF STHRF 

FOhlER. LUThFR HFNRY 

JBITUaRY: LUTHER H. FOWLER 

FOWLER. WATTS WRS. 

HISTORIC HOME SITE ONCE HAD A MARKER 

FOX, AORIENNE 

STEWART PICKETT IS UNCERTAIN HOW TO RUN 

i ON CITY COUNCIL WGN • T SEEK BETJON: MAYOR ANO TJO ClTHcRS ANNOUNCE 

KELLER. FOX ANNOUNCE THEY WON'T SEEK TERK 

TWO SEEKING WARD 5 COUNCIL SEAT 

COUNCILWEN VARY ON REASONS FOR DELAY OF ANNEXATION VOTE 

FOX. COY ILIPERTYl , , . , , 

CURIOSITY D:ES very LITTLE FOR HEALTH OF TURKEYS 

FOX. FRANCFS ("R5. HERRERTI 

MRS. FOX ELECTEI TO VETERINARY POST 

FOX, -lOWARO 

CURATOR SAYS ARTISTS SURVIVE HARD TIMES 

FQ« FINDS -STRUNG IMAGES' IN THE ART GUILD ENTRIES 

FOX, TERRY 

CANADA'S HERO 
COURAGEOUS EXAMPLE 

FOXX. JAMES LAMUR 

GOLDSTON MAN GETS THREE LIFE TERMS 

FOY. DAVID 

BASKETBALL PLAYER DIES 

FRAKER. TERRENCE EUGENE 

TAR HEEL CHARGED IN SHOOTING DEATH 

FRANCE. BARBARA (BAHAMA) 

•ONLY THE STONES MOAN. . .' 

FRANCIS. EARL 

YOUTH REPORTS SEXUAL ASSAULT IN DURHAM COUNTY JAIL CELL 
Two MORE ESCAPES REVIVE JAIL SUIT CONTROVERSY 

FRANCIS. GERALD L. 

ELON COLLEGE PROF RECEIVES AWARP 

FRANK. JUDY 

HOME 3ASED Business on the rise for gooo reason 

FRANKENSTEEN, DAVID 

EX-DURHAM RESIDENT PULLS IN HO.DOD 

FRANKLIN. ANNIE MURRAY 
OBITUARY 

FRANKLIN. JOSEPH RALPH (CHARLOTTF) 

HAN FACES MURDER. ASSAULT CHARGES 

FRANKLIN. LARRY 

OFFICERS RECEIVE AWARD 

FRANKLIN, MICKEY 
WORKING HARD 

FRANKLIN, NORA FRANCES 

OBITUARY: MISS NORA FRANKLIN 

ERASER. THOMAS BISHOP 

BISHOP MAKING HOSPITAL ROUNDS 
BISHOP ERASER 'WINGS' IT AS CHAPLAIN 

FRASIER. ELIZABETH 

FRASIER RECALLS TRANSITION YEARS 
WEISS KEEPING SCHOOL FUN 

FRAYLON. GERALD 

EAGLES CONTINUE QE MANEUVERS 

EAGLES CLAIM DIVISION TITLE 

FRAYLON SPLITS CIAA HONORS ON OFFENSE 

FRAYLON; CENTRAL'S FRESHMAN QUARTERBACK READY FOR TITLE MATCH WITH 

FRAZIER, ANTONIO PFRNELL 

HIDDEN PISTOL CHARGE MADE 

FRAZIER. CLAUDE OR. IAShEVILLEI 

MEASURE CAN AID INSECT STING VICTIMS 

FRAZIER. OOUG LT. IBURLINGTONI 

SILENT WITNESS CALLED A SUCCESS 

FRAZIER, GEORGE w. 

NAACP RE-ELECTS FRAZIER 

FRAZIER. RICHARD L. 
OBITUARY 

FREDERICK, RON 

AERIAL ATTACK HAS FREDERICK A HARPY OEViL 

FREELANO. WENDY LOUISE 

POLICE PROBING Two ACCIDENTS 

FREEMAN. DERRICK ISHELBYI 
MOTEL CLERK SHOT 

FREEMAN. FRANKLIN E. JR. 

NEW DIRECTOR OF COURTS IS APPOINTED 
HE COULD'T TURN DOWN JOP OFFER 



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REMARKS on JUOGE "AY HAVE bSOKEN LAW 

state court system revising its forms 

freeman* jay 

freeman tops lloyd to win croasoaile match play title 

freeman, john or. 

oociur urges shots for cats 

freeman, lillian rhooes 
obituary 

freeman, ray 

n.c. amateur title mon py freeman 

freeman, tom 

masonry; They learn essentials 

freeman, milliam h. ijuocei 

resident superior COURT JUOGE NAMED 

FREEMAN, WILLIAM SPENCFR ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

FRENCH, UILLIAM ISILER CITY) 

TWO SEEKING SILER CITY POSTS 

FRICKE, FRANCES PORTER 
OaiTuARY 

FRIDAY, 9ETSY 

8ETSY FRIDAY: SHE'S DANCING IN 

FRIDAY, 0. L. 

UNC PRESIDENT'S FATHER DIES AT 85 

FRIDAY, FRANK EDWARDS (ROXeOPOl 

ROaPORO gets EVALUATION OF POLICE 

FRIDAY. MARY HOwELL 

foiday's daughter injured 

friday, william c. 

friday supports center plans 

roiarian hakes con tr i '?ut ion honoring friday to foundation 

friday says unc has agreement with government 

helms raps delay in unc settlement 

court refuses to block u.s. -unc accord 

rights group criticism dismays friday 

student group hits settlement 

n.c. governor's race already warming up 

naacp fund lawyer accuses unc of racism 

aetsy friday: she's dancing in a hit musical on broadway 

brewer resigns as ecu chancellor 

unc-u.s. desegregation fight to 36 featured on cbs show 

cis story on unc said one-siofo, incomplete 

friday says cbs failed to show truth on nccu 

disappointing story 

friday's black eye icartoonl 

friday requests film clips on desegregation story 

friday requests tapes of interviews 

another telecast set today on unc 

friday says he's satisfied with desegregation story 

friday says television issue is closed 

friday heads n.c. 2000 program 

friday to lead ?0od commission 

unc president's father dies at 85 

friday will address cancer society 

The race for governor 

unc faculty pay boosts due jan. 1 

unc bias suit going to trial 

suit by black agricultural officials charges bias 

slack agricultural agent says he was passed over 

arguments end in discrimination suit 

FAIDOVICH, IRwIN DR. 

3 DUKE PROFESSORS CHOSEN 

FRIEDMAN, WILLIAM S. 

PLANS FOR LOANS TO FIRM ARE FILED 

KEEP COOL WHEN IT'S HOT, PHYSICIANS URGE 

WASHINGTON GROUP BACKER SHELVES REORG ANU A I ION PLAN 

FRINKS, GOLDEN 

MARCHERS PROTEST DEATH OF BLACK MAN 
POLICE REPORT IS SUPPORTED BY AUTOPSY 

FRU2ELLE, JOHN L. "JACK" JR. (NEW YORK CITYI 
OBITUARY 

FRNOAK. TYLER OURIS "YANK" 

N.C. CYCLE GANG MEMBERS SLAIN 

LAWMEN PLAN FUNERAL ESCORT FOR 2 BIKERS 

^„5l':!:'5 'N^ELS MEMBERS ARE GIVEN BIKERS' FUNERAL 

MOTORCYCLE GANGS PROMPT MEETING OF POLICE IN N.C. 

LAWMEN Said aware of plans for killing 

POLICE HAVE CLUES IN BIKERS' SLAYINGS 



NAMES 



FRY, 



ROBERT 

NO TRIVIAL MATTERS 



FUGuITT, SURFILDA HQLLIDAY 
OBITUARY 

FUHRER, FRANK 

FUHRER'S GAME SWINGING AGAIN 

FULFORO. GAYN6TTE (CHATHAM COUNTYI 
CHATHAM DEMOS PICK LEADER 

FULGHUM, NEIL 

CUT FROM THE SAME cloth: N.C. TEXTILES SHOW THEIR STUFF AT MUSEU 

FULLER. C. C. 

RULES WILL BKING MORE PAPERWORK 

FULLER. ChET 

POVERTY TALF: SHE WOULD SELL EYES FOR MONEY 
WRITER ROAMED SOUTH FOR MATERIAL 

FULLER, CLINT 

DEMOCRATS USE HELMS TO RAISE MONEY 

FULLER, EDMUND 

ADVICE FOR CRITICS: 'ReVIEW THE BOOK THE AUTHOR WROTE' 
FULLER, FREDERIC 



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H 2 9/Q4/81 a 2 P F H<.5 

H 2 10/19/81 8 6 

H 2 10/03/81 A 3 N L30 



H 2 5/19/81 B 



H ? 


5/29/81 




1 2 


N 




H f 


6/18/81 




/^ 


P N 


M04 


H ,■ 


6/29/sl 




10 


N 




S 2 


6/29/81 






N 




H 2 


7/01/81 






N 




S 2 


7/15/81 






N 




H 7 


7/16/81 






N 




H 2 


7/20/81 






N 




H 2 


8/28/81 






N 




H 2 


9/04/81 






P F 


H4S 


H 2 


9/10/81 




in 


N 




H / 


9/12/81 






N 


G5 3 


H 2 


9/14/81 






N 




S 2 


9/14/81 






N 


FID 


H 2 


9/16/81 






^ 




H 2 


9/16/81 






T I 


R56 


H 2 


9/16/81 






N 




S 2 


9/16/81 






N 


Fin 


H 2 


9/2D/81 






N 




H 2 


9/21/81 






N 




S 2 


9/2 /81 






N 


noR 


S 2 


10/0 /81 






N 




H 2 


10/02/81 




1 6 


N 




H 2 


10/19/81 











S 2 


10/26/81 






N 




H 2 


11/12/81 






F 




H 2 


11/14/81 






N 


G53 


H 2 


12/06/81 




1 "i 


N 




H 2 


12/09/81 






N 




H 2 


12/11/81 






N 




H 2 


12/30/81 




12 


N 





H 2 5/05/81 B 6 



H 1 5/30/81 B 1 
S 2 7/15/81 A 1 
H 2 12/26/81 B 5 



S 2 9/28/81 C 4 
H 2 10/01/81 A 1 1 



H 2 11/20/61 A 16 



H 2 9/29/81 A 1 

H 2 10/01/81 A 1 1 

H 2 10/02/81 A 1 1 P 

H 2 10/04/81 C 3 

H 2 10/06/81 A 12 P 

S 2 11/05/81 C fl 



H 2 12/08/81 a 2 P 

H 2 12/16/81 C 6 

H 2 5/19/81 B 2 P 

H 1 5/01/91 B 1 

H 2 10/30/81 1 P 

S 2 6/15/81 C 1 



H 2 6/16/Bl D 3 P 
H 2 10/25/81 3 



H 2 U/16/81 A 8 ■ 
H 2 9/27/81 3 P 



N 

N H04 



N 


M71 







F 


PQ7 


N 




F 


W66 


N 


K90 


F 
R 


H49 
H49 


N 




F 


H45 



igMijimgrwT**......^.^.^.-- 



LY/ANNUAL 



INDEX b 



NAMES 



PAGE 71, 
1/11/82 



DURHAM CITY SCHOOL TEACHER CmaROcD 

FUlLEd. HARKY MCKINNf 
OBITUARY 

FULLERt MA"IE ADELINE 

obituary: MAMIE fULLEB 

FULLER. ZACHARIAH 

OaiTuARY: 2ACHARIAH FULLE" 

FULITN. DAPHNE (FQPT BRAGGI ,,.„, , 

FEMALE SOLDIER IS VICTIM OF PARACHUTE ACCIDENT 

FULTON. LYNN STOME 

VIC>fcRY-»EO ^Aifi JUDGED NOT MARRIED 
kOman sues VICkeRy, universal CHURCH 

FULTON. Thomas a. jh. 

vIckery-nEd pai" judged not married 

KOMAN sues VICKERY. UNIVERSAL CHURCH 
FULTZ, LEONARD IMaOISONI 

minister held hostage during r0b3ery shot 
funoerburk, David ^r, 

AMBASSADOR Said SELECTED 

REAGAN NUMINATES CAMPBELL PROFESSOR TO 3£ AMBASSADOR 

ameasSaOOR N0"INEE is SUPPORTER OF HELMS 

CAMP6ELL PROFESSOR MAY BE AMBASSADOR TO ROMANIA 

CAMPBELL PROEFSSQR NEARS CONFIRMATION AS AMBASSADOR 

LIdFRAL DELAYS FUNDERBURH'S CONFIRMATION 

AIDE TO HELMS SAYS COMMITTEE WILL OK AMBASSADOR NOMINEE 

AMBASSADORIAL HONOR 

FUNDERBURK'S NOMINATION APPROVED BY SENATE PANEL 

CAMPBfLL PROFFSSOR WINS COMMITTEE 0« 

SENATE CONFIRMS N.C. PROFESSOR AS AMBASSAPOR 

FUNDERBuRK. JAMES C. 
OBITUARY 

FUNK. LARRY 

POLICE PROBE tSO.OOO THEFT 

FUQUA, J. B. 

1? NAMED FUQUA SCHOLARS 

HAMNER GROUP ''UYS OAKS IN CHAPEL HILL FOR JS MILLION 

PURCHASE ENOS CONVERSION 

FUQUA INDUSTRIES INC. SUSPENDS FOUR OFFICERS 

FUQUA REJECTS TAKEOVER BIO 

FUSSELL. ANN (ROSE HILL 1 

NE» N.C. MINE VARIETY TO BE AVAILABLE IN MAY 

FUTRELL. ANNIE 

TWO lOa-YEAR-OLO WOMEN CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS SATURDAY 

FUTRELL. J. RICHARD 

NCCU BOARD OF TRUSTEES ELECTS NEW OFFICERS 

FUTRELLE. ROBERT 

STATE COLLEGE'S JUINTET HAS GIVEN N.C. 



ONE GOVERNOR ALREADY 



FUTTRELL. BRIAN KEITH tGRAHAMi 
2 KILLED AT ALAMANCE BAR 
TWO MEN GET BIKERS' FUNERAL 

GAODY. CLISSIE BENNETT ICHARLOTTEI 
2 SLAIN OVER PORK CHOP DINNER 
Two N.C. SLAYINGS SAID SPARKED BY PORK CHOPS 



GADOMSK I. 

N.C. 



PAULA 

Family gets letter 



GADSDEN, DARRELL 

THREE MEN ARE INDICTED IN MIGRANTS CASE 

GADSDEN, OONNELL 

THREE MEN ARE INDICTED IN MIGRANTS CASE 

GADSDEN. JOEL DARRFLL IWARO, S.C.I 

THREE MEN ARE INDICTED IN MIGRANTS CASE 

GAITHER. BOB 

SIZED HOSIERY ALMOST THING OF PAST 

GALLAGHER. AL 

BASEBALL SUPERSTITIONS 

GALLAGHER DEFIES BOOK IN DURHAM DEFEAT 

GALLAGHER'S CONCERN GROWS WITH 5-1 DEFEAT 

GALLAGHER WORKS AT IT 

DIRTY AL FXPLODFS AFTER LATEST LOSS 

DURHAM, kInston open key series 

EAGLES EARN SPLIT 

MILLS: EJECTIONS WILL DRAW FINES 

•PLATO' SPEAKS, BULLS LISTEN, WIN 6-2 

BULLS' EACKS TO WALL 

GALLAGHER SAYS COOPER'S KEY 

MARTIN'S MESS: GALLAGHER CLAIMS INCIDENT OVERBLOWN 

THE OTHER DRAFT: PICKINGS SLIM FOR BASEBALL POOL 

A LOST CAUSE 

MIDRIFF BULGE KAYOED BULLS 

GALLAGHER, FIVE BULLS MAKE ALL-STAR TEAM 

MOORE MISSES ALL-STAR GAME 

BULLS' eEHENNA NAMED STARTER 

BAD BLOCD FERMENTED INTO BRAwL 

GALLAGHER'S CAREER AT A CROSSROADS 

wEaRY bulls TRYING TO SURVIVE THE 'DOG OAYS" 

SLUMPING BULLS LISTEN TO 'BOOS' AS RED SOX ROMP 

BULLS CLEAN UP THEIR ACT 

DURHAM ISN'T PART OF GALLAGHER'S PLANS FOR '82 

GALLAGHER TO BE BACK IN DURHAM (AGAIN!? 

BRAVES FIRE OIRTy AL GALLAGHER 

•CORNERED' GALLAGHER LOSES J0° 

GALLAGHER'S FIRING A PUZZLEMENT 

AL GALLAGHER (CARTOON) 

OIRTY AL GAVE US A SHOW 

GALLAGHER HIRED FOR AA 

WE'LL MISS DIRTY AL 

ULTIMATUM GOT GALLAGHER 

AL GALLAGHER'S DEPARTURE A LOSS 

BfAuCHAMP Turns down bulls post 
l')81: A GOOO YEAH FOR TAR HEELS 

GALLAGHER, JAMES J. 

THE GIFTED minority: TALENT WF SHOULD NURTURE 



F 



S 
DATE C 


PG 


2 


12/10/81 C 


18 


2 


7/2',/91 A 


10 



H 2 

H 2 5/12/91 A 1 1 

H 2 5/15/ei C 8 

H 2 10/31/81 A 12 



2 6/17/Bl A 1 1 P N 

2 6/27/Bl B 1 N H6a 



2 6/17/91 A 11 P N 

2 6/27/81 8 I N H68 



H 2 11/21/31 A 



H 




6/27/81 




5 


H 




8/30/91 




A 


H 




9/03/81 




1 J 


S 




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8 


s 




9/22/81 




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s 




9/23/81 




4 


H 




9/25/81 




1 3 


H 




9/26/81 




i, 


H 




9/J0/81 




7 


S 




9/30/91 




3 


H 


2 


10/02/81 


A 





N 

N 

H 2 12/10/91 A 27 
H 2 5/09/81 C 5 N 



H 2 6/16/Bl A 15 N 

H 2 8/08/81 A 1 N F7e 

S 2 9/Oa/fll A 3 N 

H 2 a/15/91 A 5 N 

H 2 3/23/Bl D 10 N 



H 2 10/25/81 A 7 N 

S 2 6/22/81 B 2 P F J66 

S 2 9/17/91 C 1 P N F30 

H 2 a/23/81 A 6 N 



2 11/15/91 C 
I 11/19/91 B 



S 2 10/05/91 A 2 N 
H 2 10/06/81 A 14 N 



H 2 12/25/31 C 



H 2 12/0<./81 C 



H 2 12/0'./81 C 



H 2 12/0<i/ai C 



H 2 


9/15/91 


A 


6 




F 


H45 


H 2 


5/10/91 


a 


1". 


P 


F 


M71 


H 2 


5/13/91 


B 






N 


M71 


H 2 


5/17/91 


S 






N 


M7I 


H ? 


5/17/91 


a 




P 


F 


M71 


S 2 


5/ia/Bl 







P 


F 


R66 


H 2 


5/22/91 


c 






N 




S 2 


5/23/91 


A 






N 


R66 


H 2 


5/25/91 


B 






N 


M71 


S 2 


5/25/81 


D 






N 


R66 


H 2 


5/26/91 


B 




p 


N 


M7I 


H 2 


6/02/91 


9 






N 


G19 


S 2 


6/03/81 







P 


N 


R66 


S 2 


6/08/91 









U 


966 


S 2 


6/19/91 


c 






U 


R66 


H 2 


6/20/91 


a 




P 


N 


M7I 


H 2 


7/01/91 









N 




S 2 


7/02/81 


c 






N 


R66 


H 2 


7/07/81 


B 




P 


N 


M71 


H 2 


7/27/81 


B 






N 


M71 


S 2 


8/03/81 







P 


U 


R66 


S 2 


8/06/81 


c 






U 


R66 


H 2 


8/09/81 


B 






N 


M71 


S 2 


8/22/91 


A 






N 


F25 


H 2 


8/29/81 


c 




P 


F 


M71 


S 2 


10/29/91 


c 






N 




S 2 


11/02/91 


A 




p 


N 


R66 


H 2 


11/03/91 


8 




P 


N 


M71 


S 2 


11/03/91 


6 




P 


U 


R66 


H 2 


11/04/81 


A 




T 




R56 


H 2 


11/05/91 


A 










M 2 


1 /06/91 


C 










S 2 


I /07/91 


A 










H 2 


11/09/91 


a 








M71 


H 2 


U/13/91 


A 










H 2 


11/15/91 


s 






N 


M71 


S 2 


12/2<./81 


B 




P 


N 





H 2 6/05/81 A 



MUNTHLy/A 



I N E X 
12/31/ni 



PAGE 75 



STiTE'S CHILDREN NEED UNC CENTEH. HUNT SAYS 

CaLLAGhEB* mark ELWOnO 

TWO Charged kith july i*. sape theft 

GALLOWAY, KAREN 

«OMEN ACCUSE IuOHAM OFFICERS OF MISTREATMENT 

JUDGE LIGHTFNS Ul' HFR LFCTuRES FROM THE BENCH 

REDISCOVERING CCuRTESY 

PLAUDITS TO THE JUDGE 

DISTRICT COURT JUOGES HILL SEEK RE-ELFCTION 

FCuR SEEK TC RETAIN DISTRICT COURT JUDGESHIPS 

OFTFCTIVE •SHOCKEn- BY RULING 

JUDGE REDUCES bONOS 

TWO MORE ESCAPES REVIVE JAIL SUIT CONTROVERSY 

aONO PEINSTATFD IN RDSaERY CASE 

JUDGE REINSTATES aONO TO 150,001 

MAKING ESCAPES EASY 

GAMBLE, fITZHuGH LEE 
OBITUARY 

GAMBLE, HENRY 

POOR ENTITLED TO LEGAL AIP 

GAMMON, MARK IBuRLINGTONl 

BURLINGTON SKATER HELPS TEAM TO 3RD 

GANN, E. STERLING 

WHO'S GOING TO PAY FOP NEW RUNwAY'' 

GANN, TRACY 

wCMAN CRITICALLY INJURED IN MANGUM STREET WRECK 
MANGUM STREET WRECK VICTIM REMAINS CRITICAL 

CANT, HARRY 

CHARLOTTE NO HAVEN FOR CANT 
SMALL-TOWN BOY BECOMES A STAR 

GANTT. BILL 

FIRM HAY MOVE TO NCN3 BLOG. 
ACCOUNTING FIRM MOVING TO nCm BLOG. 
BUILDING RENOVATION DELAYS MOVE 

GANTT, 306 

saturday's heroes enshrined at duke 
duke inducts 5 
ouke greats 

garavaclia, pat 

BALLOONS 'N' 



Tunes for fun 



GARBO, GRETA 

TEMPTRESSES: PAST AND PRESENT 

GARCIA, MIKE 

BASEBALL'S LOWER DRAFT PICKS HAVE HIGHER CLIMB TQ MAKE 
GARCIA STILL SPARKLES; PULLS REMAIN IN SLUMP 

GARDENER, NICK 

KOHLRABI: IT'S 



A Tasty, nutritious vegetable 



GARDINER, CINDY 

GARDINER GETS SCHOLARSHIP 

GARDNER, CHRISTY 

Two DURHAM GYMNASTS SFT SIGHTS ON OLYMPIC TEAM 

GARDNER, GUV MAJ. 

ASTRONAUT SAYS SPACE STATION IS NEEDED 

GARDNER, w. M. 

INSURANCE CHARGES TOO HIGH 

GARFIELD, JAMES A. 

AN ASSASSIN'S ALTERATION OF HISTORY 

GARLAND, GREGORY L. 

TAXICab CUSTOMER RESPONSIBLE FOR FARE 

garner, graham eakle i3urlinct0ni 
obituary: graham e. garner 

garner, herbert junior (garysburgl 

tar heel held in virginia slaying case 

garner, thomas alexanoei* igarneri 
one killed in truck accident 

garner, w. bpyan 

fatal wound is reported self-i nfl icteo 

garrard, clarence hugh 

obituary: clarence garrard 

garrard, martha dollar (chapel hill) 
obi tuary 

garrard, mimi 

post-modern dance: contortions, kinetics and dustpans 
Garrard, w. c. 

dead animals dumped in durham han's yard 

animals dumped near home 

garrett, charlie w. i burl i ngton 1 
'hear them liberals scream' 

garrett, derrick 

happy birthday 

garrett, dewey talvis 
obituary 

GARkETT, JAMES "TONY" 

fOuR DIE ON N.C. ')8 IN HEAD-ON COLLISION 
RITES TOMORROW FOR VICTIMS 
jBI TuAftY 

GARRETT, JOYCE ICAPR=OROI 

GARRETT MAY ANNOUNCE BID 

FOUR MGRE Plan to run in orange 

Two MORE FILE FOR RE-ELECTION BIOS 

Two CANOIOATES FILE FOR CARRBOkO ALDERMEN 

CARRBORO CANDIDATFS SOUARF OFF 

NINE CANDIOATFS SQUARE OFF IN CARRBORO ELECTION 



N E 
P D 



S I T 

E L Y 

C PC L P BYL 



DATE 
H 2 10/11/81 C 

H ? 7/a5/Sl A 



H 7 7/16/81 B 1 N "5 1 

H J <)/0'./81 B 1 D F S51 

S 2 9/11/81 A 1. E 

H 2 9/16/81 A <. L 

S 2 12/lS/Bl A 1 P N U57 

H 2 12/16/81 B 1 N 

H 2 12/29/81 B 1 N B51 

S 2 12/29/81 B 12 N 

H 2 12/30/81 A 1 N 851 

H 2 12/30/81 B 1 N 351 

S 2 12/30/81 A 5 N 

S 2 12/31/81 A <. E 



H 2 12/08/81 B 8 

H 2 12/08/81 A <, 

H 2 7/25/ai 1 

H 2 3/29/81 A 4 



H 2 11/05/81 B 1 P N 
S 2 11/05/81 A 7 N 



H 2 5/22/81 C 3 P N 

H 2 7/22/81 B 2 P F S91 



H 2 7/28/81 A 9 
H 2 8/19/81 3 1 
S 2 10/07/81 C 4 



N F7e 
N S33 



H 2 8/23/81 E 2 P F S91 
S 2 10/17/81 A 9 N 
S 2 IO/2'./ei A 9 P P 



H 2 11/26/81 A 13 P F 

H 2 5/03/81 4 R S66 



H 2 5/15/81 C 1 
H 2 a/26/81 B 2 



U M71 
N M71 



H 2 11/29/81 E 12 P F G78 
S 2 9/26/81 A 3 P N DOS 
S 2 11/21/81 A 1 P F DOB 



H 2 9/11/81 A 7 

H 2 5/12/ai A 1, 

H 2 10/10/81 A 4 

H 2 9/06/81 4 

H 2 5/05/81 C 6 

H 2 6/17/31 A 9 

H 1 5/06/81 C 1 

H 2 6/06/81 A 8 

H 2 5/17/ai A 20 

H 2 12/02/81 A 13 



H 2 10/02/81 6 P F L34 



S 2 6/23/31 A 10 
H 2 6/25/31 6 1 



N 



N A54 

H 2 5/D7/81 A 4 L 
S 2 9/01/81 B 7 P P T37 



H 2 8/30/81 A 12 



H 2 8/17/81 A 1 
S 2 3/17/81 C 1 
H 2 8/ia/ei B 5 



S 2 9/22/81 A 3 

H 2 9/23/ai A 10' 

S 2 9/23/81 A 19 

H 2 9/26/81 t 4 

H 2 10/16/81 A 13 

S 2 10/31/81 A 3 



N A54 







N M23 

N M23 
N H23 



MQNTHLY/ANNUAt. 

5/01/Ul - 



INDEX 
12/31/81 



NAMES 



PAGE 76 
1/11/82 



FM^tEE INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARHeORO 
CAMPAIGN SLOJAN CATCHES COALITION 

iHaEE coALirnN iNCuHnENTS lose in carb»uro 

ALDERMEN IGNORE APPO INT^'6N TS "EOJEST 

GARRETT, LISA 

STORE TIME CLOCK was RENDEZVOUS fOB THIS COUPLE 

GARRETT, NANCY 

WAR FUN? CHILLING THOUGHT 

GARRETT, OLIVER T. 
OBITUARY 

GARHIS, RE'-bEBT 

DURHAM CENTRAL YMCA TO CL'ISE IN '82 
CENTRAL YMCA TO CLOSE NEXT YE'R 
SUPPORT Y INSTEAD OF TALKING IT DOWN 

GARRISON, DAVE 

ANALYSTS: RfCPSSION HAS COME TO N.C. 

GARKISON, JAMES 

TBIQ HOLDING POLICE HOSTAGE IN ASHE COUNTY 

GARRISON, SAM 

CBQUDING EASED AT PRISON 

HARDEN CHARGED WITH DBUNKfN DRIVING 

«ARDEN Faces charge of oui 

garrison, sharon i "iurl i ngton 1 

mainstreaming'' ask this grad 

garrity, rich 

50abd delays action on ambulance regulation 

Garrow, David j, or. 

unc author identifies double agents 

author names top spies 

rally opposing fbi recruiters staged at unc 

fbi tried to block publication of book, unc professor says 

garten, randal 

harvard study backs durham ceta post 
ceta study was training, not criticism 

GARTLGRuBER, HEINZ 

LUXURY IS BYWTRD AT HOTEL EUROPA 

GAR.OOO, ROBERT 

GARWOOD CHARGED 
GARWOOD TRIAL SET MONDAY 
JUDGE DENIES GABuOOO MOTION 
PARENTS MAY TESTIFY AGAINST GARWOOD 
JURY BEING SELECTED FOR GARWOOD TRIAL 
JURORS SELECTED IN GABwOOD TRIAL 
GIRL TESTIFIES GARWOOD SEXUALLY MOLESTED HER 
WITNESSES SAY GARWOnC WAS IN VA. AUG, 7 
JURORS OELIfERATlNG CHARGES AGAINST GARWOOD 
GARWOOD aCJUITTEO of SEXUAL CHARGES 
GARWOOD SAYS HE'S -FINALLY FREE- 
GENERAL UPHOLDS GARWOOD'S SENTENCE 
GARWOOD'S WEDDING SAID OFF 
GARWOOD PAY CASF TO BFGIN 
HEARING MELD ON BACK PAY FQR GARWOOD 

GaSPERSON. CURTIS IPACIFIC, MO.i 

FORT PRAGG SOLDIER KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

GASION, ciia 

GASTON RECALLS IMPORTANT WHIFF 
GASTON FUELS BULLS' BATS 

GATES, JOHN 

LITERARY LANIFRN: 



THE ASTORS 



GATLING, DANNY 

TEEN'S DEATH RULED SUICIDE 

CATLING, RICHARD JORDAN 

GATLING GUN BEARS N.C. MAN'S NAME 

GATTIS, SAM 

GATTIS RESIGNS AS URANGE MANAGER 

COMMISSIONERS iUIET ON REASONS FOR GATTIS RESIGNATION 

ORANGE BUDGET INCREASE URGED 

ORANGE BOARD PACKS AT BUDGET FOR FIXING UP NORTHSIDE CENTER 

GATTIS GETS HONOR 

FAREWELLS 

GATTIS WITHDRAWS FROM NEW JOB 

NEW ORANGE COUNTY MANAGER NAMED 

GATTIS, SAMUEL LEWIS (CHAPEL HILLI 

obituary 

gatton, frank 

volunteers digging in for grave search of past 

Gavin, john 

remarks on target 

gav in, roefrt 

Ex-GujcRNATOR I AC CANDIDATE IS DEAD 

GAYOnu, KATHLEEN SPENCER 
OBITUARY 

GcBER, PAUL C ShELVY (CmapEL hIlLI 

THEY SHARE HJLIDAY wlTri MANY FRIENDS 

GEE, OARRYL 

U.S. COLLEGIATE SOCCER PLAYERS FACE BLEAK FUTURE IN PRO RANKS 

GEE. WALLACE 

GEE FILLS VACANCY ON ALAMANCE BOARD 
ALAMANCE COUNTY ADOPTS REORGANIZATION 

GEESIN, DEBORAH FAYE 

POLICE SEEKING DRIVER IN WRECK 

GEESLER, SUE S. 
INJURED DOG 



lANOLED POORLY 



DATE 



S 
E 
C PC 



L P BYL 



H 2 ll/o<./Sl B I N M»3 

S 2 Il/0<./3I A <) N M25 

S 2 ll/0<./Rl C 1 N 

S 2 ll/ll/Pl A ■; N 

H 2 8/23/ni E 2 P F S56 

H 2 9/01/81 A 4 L 

H 2 10/01/fll C 17 



S 2 6/0<i/81 A 1 N 008 
H 2 6/05/ai B 
H 2 8/07/81 A 



H 2 12/14/81 B 
H 2 11/12/81 A 



H 2 5/09/81 C 

S 2 12/21/81 C 6 

H 2 12/22/81 A 9 



H 2 5/ll/fll A 6 P F 



H 2 9/09/ai A 1", 



H ? 


9/17/81 


B 


I 


N 




S ? 


9/17/81 


A 


1 7 


N 




H ? 


9/2<,/ai 


H. 


1 


N 


W Ih 


S 2 


9/29/81 


C 


*. 


N 




S ? 


7/25/81 


A 


1 


N 


K9n 


S 2 


10/2<./81 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


7/28/81 


B 


1 


J F 


S83 


S ? 


5/D6/fll 


r 


19 


N 




H ? 


5/07/ei 


r 


1 4 


N 




s ? 


5/09/81 


A 


9 


N 




H ? 


5/10/81 


A 


9 P N 




H ? 


5/12/81 


A 


9 


N 




H ? 


5/U/81 


A 


9 


N 




H ? 


5/14/81 


A 


71 


N 




H 7 


5/15/81 


A 


9 


N 




H 7 


5/16/81 


A 


3 


N 




H ? 


5/17/91 


A 


1 P N 




H ? 


5/17/81 


A 


7 


N 




H 7 


(5/09/91 


B 


14 


N 




H 2 


7/15/91 


B 


1 f, 


N 




H 7 


a/io/ai 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


9/02/81 


A 


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H 2 12/20/91 A 2 1 



H 2 
S 2 



S/07/ei B 4 N M71 
6/09/81 B 2 P U R66 



S 2 5/30/81 A 20 



H 1 6/25/81 B 1 



S 2 12/17/81 C 



2 


5/02/81 


A 


1 


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F46 


7 


5/05/81 


( 


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N 


F46 


7 


6/02/81 


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7 


6/04/91 


A 


1 7 


N 




7 


6/25/81 


A 


1 6 


N 


H68 


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6/26/81 


A 


1 11 


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7 


7/15/91 


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GELLER, HENRY 

I£lfcom»unicat lo'is Talk set 



H 2 12/19/ai C 14 

H 2 U/D2/81 A 1 P F L30 

S 2 7/13/81 A 4 E 

H 2 6/12/81 C 10 

H 2 10/26/81 a 6 

H 2 12/31/81 C 1 P F S56 

H 2 11/05/81 3 P F M71 

H 1 6/06/81 B 1 N 

H 1 10/06/81 B 1 N H60 

S 2 7/21/81 B 1 N E46 

S 2 ll/2D/ai A 4' L 

H 2 11/38/81 A 10 N 



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5/01/81 - 12/31/»1 



P»G6 7 7 
1/11/112 



OURHl" GUP "APS TIX PL4N 
OlS I*» FUtLlNG CHNrROVERSY 

'^^""SNOOKEUNC: 4 -OKLD THAT NEVER SEEMS REAL IN PICTURES 
CONSERVATION TRADE-OfPS 
SEQUEL. . . 

RECYCLING AT NORTHGATE 
EVERYBODY NEEDS IT 

LETTERS ARE R I S« Y , MAYBEt BUT FUN 
LIFE. LIKE WINE, GETS BETTE" WITH AGE 
TRAVEL— THE BEST IS COMING HO" t 
OLO-TIMEY PERSISTENCE , ,, ,^ 

TRAVEL'S GREAT IN THE OLD NORTH STATE 
'FOUR DAYS AND I'M STILL SHAKING' 
THE POSITIVE SIDE OF 'NO' 
LIFE IS A LITTLE LIKE ROLLER SKATING 
FASHIONABLE PUT-DOWNS: JOB, SCHOOL, WORK 
MIxEO-UP LABELS , , ^,„,r 

PUP GOT HIS SHARE OF THE TURKEY FIRST 
AMERICANS ABROAD AFFECTED SY CRISES 
A SCRAGCLY TREE TURNS LOVELY 

GENTRY, OLLIE LEE 
OBITUARY 



SUSPECT JAILED 



GENTRY, PARNELL J. 

MAN SHOT T,ICE ; 

GENTRY, RULL DEE 
OBITUARY 

GENTRY, TOMMY 

TOP CIV IT AN 

GEORGE, JULIO ICHAPEL HILLl ,,.„., 

^S"/p|lU'-!ASBlD2???"FlE^"As"fflaKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 

TEACHER EVALUATIONS DISCUSSED 

a VYING FOR THREE SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

3 STAY ON SCHOOL BOARD 

3 KEEP SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

GEORG|.^LIND.^K.^O».^^ PEOPLE SEMINAR TOPIC 
SEMINAR SET ON COPING WITH AGING 

'^""'^BOoS'EXpfAINS TESTING FOR PARENTS 
BOOK EVALUATES STANOARDUEO TESTS 

GEORGE, THOMAS "T. J." JR. 

MAN SHOT TwICEi SUSPECT JAILED 

''^°'"'lERvicE:*IT BEGINS IN HEART FILLED WITH LOVE 

GERGEn, DAVID 

GERGEN'S STAR ASCENDS ,, „ ,_ 

DURHAM NATIVE PERFECTED CRAFT IN WHITE HOUSE 

GERGEN SAYS BFAGAN SEEN AS 'NEW EISENHOWER' 

presidency: image COUNTS 

DUKE SETS presidential POWER PANEL 

GfRCE'i: REAGAN ESCAPING DAMAGE 

GErtGEN SAYS aO% OF STAFF AT WHITE HOUSE SENT HOME 

DURHAM JuDIENCe'iS^TOLD^REAGAN^UNLIKELY TO ALTER MONETARY COURSE 
GESGE'.: w^ HAVE PAID PRICE ON ALLEN SNAFU 
,<£AGA-i MAY NOT BLOCK TOflACCO PRICE SUPPORT 

CUTTING Every little cost 

GEOGIS, SRLEN JAMtS 

N.C. PRISON ESCAPEES STILL MISSING 
I MURDERERS FLEE CENTRAL PRISON 
I ESCAPEES STILL AT LARGE 

GERLITZ, KENNETH E. 

RIGHT KIND OF STORY 

DISGUSTED: SPORTS AWARD GOT TOO LITTLE SPACE 

GERMAN, DAN 

DURHAM APARTMENT RENTALS DROP ^X 

GERMER. GLEN -GOOSF" 

A PITCHER PERPLFXEO 

FOLKS AROUND HtRE: THE WAY THINGS ARE/HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

r.ERMINO, HUGO 

TOURNEY DEUICATFO TO HUGO GERMINO 

GEPO, SALVATOKE 

EX-COACH AT ORANGE SUES FOR JOB 
EX-COACH DROPS LAWSUIT TO REGAIN JOB 

GETT. SHANE DaRRYL , , 

DURHAM COUNTY YOUTHS CHARGED IN FOUR BREAK-INS 
ESCAPE BID ShORT-lIVEO 
JAIL INMATE'S ESCAPE ATTEMPT UNSUCCESSFUL 

GEYER, JUDITH (BAHAMAl 
ABORTION PAIN 

GhIRARDELLI, ROBERT G. 

SCHOOL, COMMITTEE OFFICIALS RAP EDITORIAL 
SCHOOL QUESTIONS MUST HAVE HIT NERVE 
EDITORIAL UNJUST TO SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER 
PEOPLE HAVE RIGHT TO QUESTION SCHOOLS 
SENSITIVE NERVES? 

FLAwS AND ALL, NIXON WAS A CUKE GRADUATE 
SEAT BELTS SAVE LIVES 

GHIRAROELLI, VIRGINIA 

VOTER EDUCATION MAJOR LEAGUE ACTIVITY 
FIGHT FOR EQUALITY ONGOING 
LEAGUE SEEKS REGISTRARS 
A SERVICE FOR VOTERS 

GIAIMO, ROBERT N. (RfP.I 

FORMER CONGRESSMAN TO TALK AT DUKE 

GIAROANO, GERALD 

AIRPORT AUTHORITY PICKS LAWYER TO HANDLE BONO 

GIMbS, DAVID 



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5/26/ei 


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7 


7/06/81 


A 


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9/05/81 




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9/16/81 




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9/29/ei 




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10/03/81 




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7 


11/09/81 




4 


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H 2 U/26/81 C 21 

S 2 9/28/81 C 4 P P R9I 



SI 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 



10/02/81 C 
10/03/81 A 
10/13/81 A 
10/30/81 A 
U/O'./Bl 6 
Il/C/ai A 



1 



S 2 12/02/ai A 5 
H 2 12/03/31 A 13 



S 2 11/24/81 B 1 
H 2 12/29/81 A 10 



H 2 12/17/81 A 13 



N M23 
N X14 
N M23 
N M23 
N M23 
N 



N 008 
N 



H 


2 


5/oi/ei 


B 


2 


S 


7 


6/25/81 


A 


4 


H 


7 


10/25/81 


A 


1 


s 


7 


10/27/B1 


A 


1 


H 


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10/30/81 


A 


4 


H 


7 


11/20/81 


( 


18 


H 


7 


U/21/81 


A 


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11/23/ai 


A 


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A 


1 


H 


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A 




H 


7 


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A 


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A 


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7/01/81 


A 


7 


H 


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7/02/81 


H 


3 


H 


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7/03/'<l 


A 


18 



N V05 
N F30 

N DOB 



S 2 12/J9/81 A 4 L 
H 2 12/13/ai 4 L 



S 2 9/12/81 A 1 N S83 
H 2 8/02/81 B 1 P F M71 



5/01/ai B 1 U 
9/26/81 C 1 D U 



M 2 5/03/81 B 4 N P07 



H 2 7/02/ai A 20 N H68 
H 2 7/08/81 A 14 N 



H 2 10/21/81 A a 
H 2 11/13/91 A a 
S 2 U/13/81 A 12 



H 2 11/11/81 A 



5/26/81 
5/2B/81 
6/01/Bl 
6/02/81 
6/19/81 
a/27/ai 
11/16/Pl 



J66 



S 2 7/02/81 B 1 

S 2 8/26/81 A 4 L 

S 2 9/01/Bl B 1 N F30 

H 2 11/09/81 A 5 L 



H 2 10/26/81 A i.3 N 

S 2 a/19/Bl CI N S33 



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5/01/61 - U/31/8 



PAGE 78 
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teacmfs buys sruof NT-built house 

GlcdSt RICHAkD -AY'JE 

PGLICF CHASbt 1 in SHOP'S THEfT 
ABxfST "AGE IM BREAK-IN ON FOSTER 

GI?SON, HOOT 

BULLS' LEfTIES HOPE THEY AREN'T LEFT OUT 

GI8S0N. LARRY VINCENT 

POLICE CHARGE WOMAN « I TH MAN'S MuROER 
O^'tSaRy" '^ ^^"8" fO DEATH AT MIS APARTMENT 

GieSON, MANNIE 
OBITUARY 

GIBSON, MELISSA ANN 
OBITUARY 

GIBSON. PAUL IGREE'JS90"01 

DEPUTIES REASSIGNED IN GUILFORD COUNTY 

GIBSON, TONY (JOHNSTON COUNTVI 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLOS 'SLAVERY' 

GIBSON, WILLIE LEE 

POL ICE CharGc three 

THREE CHARGED I'l Theft at SCHOOL 

GIFFORO, ClABKE 

ANTI-VIOLENCE GROUP CHIPS AWAY AT GOAL 

GIFFORn, WES 

SUDS, POP 



CONVICTIONS 



C PEANUTS: BULLS' FANS NOW BUY FROM MIKE FL YNN 



GILBERT, JACK 

STiCK-CAR Game created 

GILBERT, JOHN JAY 
0" ITUARY 

GILBO, JAY 

3ii^<rE°?8'^?"H n'minUkTc '°' "°^''^^ "^' 

CORRECTION 

GILKESON. BILL 

REQUIRE LICENSES FOR K-PAY TETHNICIANS 
LISTEN TO PRINCIPALS IN ADOPTION 

GILL, CHIP 

CORRECTION 

GILLESKIE, ALEX 

TRINITY GARDENS WILL BE PARK FOR ALL AGES 
GILLESPIE, DOROTHY 

IMPATIENT PAINTER USES ALUMINUM FOR CANVAS 
GILLEY. JAMES R. I W I N STON- S AL EM I 

PA. FIR- REFUSING TO PAY FEES OF WASHINGTON GROUP FOUNOFRS 
GILLIAM, CORA M4E 

OBITUARY: MRS. CORA MAE GILLIAM 
GILLIAM, GLORIA (CHARlhtTEI 

Charlotte woman paroled 
gilliam, stan 

ILLUSTRATIONS - A 'LIGHTER SIDE' OF ART 
GILLIAM, WESTON MANCE 

RETIRED INSURANCE OFFICIAL SUCCUMBS 

GILLILAND, GARY HERMAN IS. C.I 
2 DIE IN CRASH 

GILMORE, GEORGE w. 
OBITUARY 

GILMORE, TOM 

WE CAN ' 



ALREADY 
82 
TO BLACKS 




GINGLES, RALPH 

ASSEMBLY REDISIRICTING PLANS ATTACKED AS UNFA I 
GINIER, LLOYD r. JR. 

STRIKERS SHOULDN'T BE REHIRED 

GISCARO D'ESTaING, valERY 

GISCARD pun 'MONSTROUS' 
GITAT, 2EFIRA DR. 

TALK PLANNED ON JEWISH ART 
GLANTON, WILLIE AND MARIE 




s^?^?^i:;?Ln^'j^^|°*='"°"^^''^'«' 

GLANZMSN, LOU 

GiJlD£ H°irjFH ON PuyiNC CARS 
GLasEk. E0w*PO L- "TED" 

ONE MAN' S "FAR VISION" 

''**'rd^iSKji^R\^s%g^c'"-° """" °"""'" 

OTI STUDENTS REPAIR HOME 

LITTLE FIVE POINTS ON COMFRATK Tsan 

TOURING OLJ NORTH DURhSh'- " "■ 

CLASSER, FLORBIE ICMAPEL milli 

Hi?f^",.J2?r'"'- CHAIRMAN NAHFO 
PANEL NAMES ANNE BARNES TO N.C . HOUSE 



P D DATE 

H 2 \2/2!/Sl A IJ 



S I T 

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C PG L P BYL 



S 2 10/22/81 A 6 
H 2 10/23/81 A 7 



S 2 7/2'./81 I P N R6ei 



5 2 8/Oa/91 A 1 
H 2 a/0'?/Sl C I 
H 2 8/10/81 B 6 



H 2 10/21/81 C 7 

H 2 12/29/81 B 9 

H 2 10/1 1/Bl A 12 

H 2 8/01/ei B <. 



S 2 6/01/81 C 1 
H 2 6/aS/8l A 1= 



H 2 12/1 1/ei B 2 P F S56 

H 2 5/U/ei B 1 P F S36 

H 2 7/23/81 A 12 N 

H 2 9/04/81 C 



H 2 7/26/Bl B 9 
H 2 8/30/81 G 13 
H 2 10/18/81 B 10 



H 2 5/05/81 A 
H 2 5/30/Bl A 





N S71 

F 
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H 2 10/18/81 fl 10 N 

S 2 5/31/81 CI N 0S<. 

H 2 5/01/81 3 P R G68 

H 2 9/06/81 A 8 N 

H 2 5/19/81 All 

S 2 12/15/81 B a N 

S 2 6/18/81 D 2 P F F57 

H 2 a/26/81 B 9 P 

S 2 a/31/81 A a N 

H 2 a/l<./Bl C 5 



H 2 7/D2/8I A 5 L 

H 2 a/02/81 A 22 P F G78 

H 2 a/23/81 A 6 N 

H 2 11/10/81 A 9 N 

H 2 U/11/81 C 12 N 

S 2 11/30/31 C 7 J 



H 2 9/17/81 A 1 

H 2 10/19/81 A <, 

H 2 5/15/ai A <, 

H 2 lD/ia/81 C 3 



S 2 12/09/81 A 1 P N U57 

M 2 12/10/81 B 1 P N sll 

S 2 12/10/81 A 1 N <90 

H 2 12/11/81 a I N S51 

5 I 12/11/8 1 C 1 P N K90 

5 2 12/12/81 A 3 N K90 

M 2 12/13/81 CI N 



H 2 11/26/91 B 6 N 

M 2 7/26/81 1 P F 

H 2 5/30/81 A 3 N 

I I ^'^'JK^' <^ ' "I 05", 

I 2 7/21/»l B 1 N, K90 

S 2 9/29/81 A 4 B 

S 2 12/02/31 C 1 P P T37 

M 2 ll/U/81 a 1 N 

H 2 12/06/81 CI N M23 



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1/11/82 



GLASSES. kDNALO or. 

CENSOR'S MIQE PROM TRUTH 

GLENDINNINCt TOM (CHATHAM CO. I 

SMEOISA lOEA IN .ASTE COMES TO CHATAM CO. 

GLENNi JOHN 

OUKE SPEAKERS SLATED 

JOHN r.LENN TO SPEAR AT DUKE 

JOHN CLFNN TO SPEAK AT OUKE 

SEN. CLTMN BLASTS CUTS IK RESfAOCH 

GLENN RAPS ENFRCy. SPACE RESEARCH CUTS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: L1!(RARY, ANYONE? 

GLENN, LUCIOUS S. IKPuC£''ONTI 
091TUARY 

GLINEtRG, GAVIO MORTON (MILWAUKEE, «IS.I 
OFFICERS ARREST TwC IN DRUG RAID 
THO ARRESTED AT MOTEL 

GLOVER, DAVIS EARL 

STOLEN GOODS CARRY MESSAGE 

'^"'""ST N^iSEASj'. IQFSN'T CHANGE G-MAN 
NETS RECEIVE r.onO N£»S ON (JMINSKI 
xElSKCPf ENDS CRY SPELL 
GMINSKI hEaLIhY. ready FOR SEASON 
KING, GMINSKI INJURIES AILING NETS 
U.S.. ARGENTINA REACH OAVIS CUP FINAL 

"^°^^''pf5lORITits''PR1PnSEo'FQR LOUISBURG REV I T AL I Z AT ION 
PICFONS: LJUiSbllRC SEEKS WAYS TO MAKE THEM SHOO 

GaOOING, bOD (CHAPEL HILL TRANSPORTATION OIRECTORI 
NASMF WRITING LETTER TO PRESIDENT REAGAN 
6US SERVICE may aF CUT 

G3DFPEY, OEBRA LYNN 

FOUR ChaR^jED with DRUG POSSESSION 

GODFREY, MICHAEL A. 

CARRBORC AUTHOR TO SPEAK AT TEA 

GOCSCMALJj^OAVIO^uR.^ RECuMMENOED FOR TRIANGLE AREA 

GODWIN. A. PILSTOI. IJUDGEI 

SPEEOINC CASE TO GO FIRST - SOMEDAY 

GODWIN, DERwOOO , ,, 

DURHAM COUPLE r,INS «bOO,DDO IN LAWSUIT 

GOOwINj^MlKE^^^^^^ here: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
FOLKS APOUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

GODWIN, WANOA 

2 CHARGED FOR TRUANCY 

GO£DICKE,^HANS^DR.^^^ DUKE, UNC SCHOLARS OISPuTE THEORY OF EGYPTOLOGIST 

COfTZ, DAN 

GOETZ TO r.tT NOn AS DEPUTY DIRECTOR 
MANAGER MAY NAME ACTING CETA DEPUTY 
JOB TRAINEES FIND WORK IN DURHAM 

GuFTZ, LOU 

ACC ASSISTANTS FACE TOUGH ROAD 

'"0I".S,hEK^ 

COACHES AGREE: VANCE OB COULD HOLD THE PLAYOFF KEY 
GOINS' RETURN PROVES SUCCESSFUL 

GOLBERG. LEON OR. , ,^ 

BIOTEChNOLDCy DUE BOOST FRQM STATE 
BIOTECH CENTER BORN IN TRIANGLE 

GOLD, ARNOLD CAPTAIN 

wOMEN LFARN "DOWN AND DIRTY' FIGHTING 



H 2 U/JO/81 A 
H 2 11/Q7/8I 6 



DIES IN CHARLOTTE 



GOLDEN, HARRY 

HARPY GOLDEN 'FORCE OF GOOD, 
HARRY liOLDEN 

^°''° MAGIC -'"THAT'S WHAT YOU NEED FOR GREAT WRITING 

wILL HE BE MR. 3EAD THUMB OR A TRUE TOMATO PARENT? 

GOLDMAN, GARY ELLIOTT _ _ 

JUDGE RULES JUT DEATH PENALTY IN RALcICH CASE 

C0L0N6R, LEONARD DR. 

DUKE DOCTOR GETS HONOR AT FORT PRAGG 
ARTICLE ON FOOT ILLS MISLEADING 
ARTICLE ON SHOES MISLEADING 

GOLDSTEIN, RaCHaFl 

CHILDREN'S CLASSIC HAS ITS POST-ARK 

GijLO':TEIN, WILLIAM DR. (ROCKY HILL, COMN.l 

EDuCATji Slams school censorship 

GJLDST"N, TOM 

ROjPORO lumper FIRM TO CLOSE NE«T YEAR 

GOLDWATER, BARRY 

BOOKS OF CJ-ijCIENCE (fAOTOONI 

'NEW RIGHT' oESfRVES SEN. uOLOwATER'S ATTACK 

PAlwELL: A.-iTI-A^O'TION drive LIKE CIVIL RIGHTS 

GOIOWATER, LEONARD J, np. 

MERCURY LEVELS NOT TOO HIGH 
TRICKY DICK AT OUKE 
SKIP The CEREMONIES 

GONET. NED 

EX-BLUE DEVIL GETS PREP POSTS 

GOOCH, ANNIE LOIS KEITH 
OBITUARY 

COOCH, EPwIN jR. 



H 2 9/27/81 A 

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H 2 12/02/'il A 

H 2 12/03/81 B 

5 2 12/03/81 C 

H 2 IZ/ui/Bl 8 



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S 2 6/01/81 D 

H 2 3/23/31 B 

H 2 8/2<./81 B 

S 2 9/2a/«l D 

H 2 10/03/91 B 

H 2 10/D<./91 B 



H 1 6/16/81 B 
H 1 7/15/81 B 



S 2 9/30/81 A 

S 2 ll/2'./3l A 

S 2 11/27/81 C 

H 2 11/08/91 

H 2 10/01/81 A 

H 2 7/10/81 A 

H 2 5/23/81 a 



H 2 9/L0/81 B 
H 2 11/13/91 C 



S 2 5/15/91 C 
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H 2 1 1/19/81 D 
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H 2 10/27/81 A 
H 2 11/06/91 A 



S 2 5/29/91 B 



H 2 10/03/81 B 
H 2 10/07/91 A 



H 2 7/13/81 B 
H 2 7/20/81 B 



H 2 12/20/81 C 



H 2 6/25/81 C 
S 2 7/27/31 A 
S 2 3/06/81 A 



H 2 5/29/81 A 
H 2 1 1/19/91 C 
H 1 12/12/81 8 



H 2 9/18/81 A 
H 2 9/19/81 A 
H 2 9/n/91 C 



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rnuTM HfLO [N (.Gil ATTftCK 
'^■'^•^"i3C:«N°-'ll.°'ri°LL Of GENETIC ROUE IN ILLNESS 

^'^"""iSSAOC^STEI.S WANT CAHfRAS IN C0URT«a3-S 
CODOR.OC|. l^,"^-,il),V:d\l'U CRASH 

'^°°°"{S:n^steIs are cept.eied to sit 

rrnn.dl'j. al (LOuISPuRO) 

^° ilAOIST'ATE ELFCTtn TU POST 

-..".C-l^.^C'AUFURO^ SIGN PRO-LIBRARY PAPER 

CJliwri. EC-IN UEOOIE 
OBITUARY 

''""""illoti'uaRARr FOES SPARK FACULTY -EET 

r.nnowiN. pfarl "MI^^^IE" '"Oakley 
''° Obituary: nrs. pearl coodhin 

gooowyn. arthur fountain ii 
han faces orug charges 

•^°°°"f0jNTMN'S ANNUAL TOuR ORA.S OUESTIONS. PLEAS 
GOOOUYN. LAURENCE C; 

S???S»rAN'I? "ke'gEIS S50.000 GRANT 

mm -IRV IFRRY C. JR. IGlEENSBOrtO) 
'^"^'•"oiIhONE TESTING BEGINS AT UNC 

GORDOS.^OAVID^_^^ O.NCE: CONTORTIONS KINFTUS AND DUSTPANS 

G.RDON.^EUGENE^A.^, JUDGE, ^_^^ „p,,oMONT 

""°-iLCUFE^"I.MSSInN TRYING TO SOLVE ITS FINANCIAL WOES 

r.DRDO-l. JAoeS FRAN«LIM ILEVEL CROSSl 
GORDJU ,J'|_J|^^ ,j^o jouGhT in CASE 

'^""'"^'feP^Ri DECISION UP TO HANAGE'^ENT 

"""iNc'TnEN JUHN GORRIE SAID. 'LET THERE BE ICE- 

"^"^'•'oRur/cOUNSELING BEGINS WITH PARE'US 

""S'J^'^lLLs'H^^fSRSr'ioi-TO OF BARBECUE 
SURVIVAL Of PALATE IS GOAL 

'^°^"'"w^lc^°fiUEl''SST^ScYCLE RIDER 



GRACEi CECIL BOYD 

MAN CHABGEO IN HOLDUP 

SJ^'^^.Sg^g ?3^?^?f't'^IS^"station manager 

GRACE CHARGED IN BOBBERY 

GRACE, PRINCESS 

A PRINCESS- PRIVACY 

GRACE, -ILLIE VANN 

3 ASSAULT, ROB MAN 

GRAOY, ESTEK FRANCES ( H I LL SBOROuGril 
OBITUARY 

■^"""pART? -TO IGNORE- CLANSMAN IN RACE 

iirHofef??!? n^Y^EA^^sTsi^OKr^r^^^AlNTAIN ORDER 

'■'"'' lo'A'T.'°rli."'.V,-U^O OE«OCRAT^^_, 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY SOAP OPERA ICaRTOONI 
MRS. PECG OFflCIALLY RESIGNS SEAT IN ASSEMBLY 

GRAOY, WARREN A. , , , „ 

Two HEN SEUE I A«I CAB 

'^"^^GrIeOON: AOmCIiaN rising to OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS 

"'"'"'mbS^'eRLY r.BAMAM LEAVES HER OWN tADK OH PEOPLE 
GRAHAMS VISIT THE PRESIDENT 
GRAHA- MINISTRY ASKS FOR FUNDS 
MORROW GRAHAM DIES IN CHARLOTTE 
GRAHAM MINISTRY INCOME UP 
GRAHAM SAYS -Rl BAD fINANClAL YEAR 

rAiYi^J!lN's"sni?'S!^Nrfg^"afo"NllR WAXHAW 
ruT.ll I'irAcll'letl fOR GRAHAM- S NEPHEW 
GRAHAM, BLAIR IGOLDSBOROl 

•) PERSONS SUE ovEk Cattle deal 



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GRAnAH* DOROTHY 

&BAHA" KICKS QfF FUND DRIVE 

GRAMAH, ERVIN LEE 
OSITUARY 

GRAHAM, FRANK PDRTFR 

HECS assails BROOKLYN RER.. 

GKAHAH, JIM 

FAMILY FARMS' TROUBLES CITED 

TAIWAN TO INCREASF TOBACCO PURCHASES 

GRAHAM ANNOUNCES AGOICULTURF AWARD 

JAPAN TO Buy MORE LEAF 

GYPSY MOTH I-lFESTATION TO BF DISCUSSED 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 

OLO-f ASHIONFJ CIoARETTES 

RIDES SAFE AS BIGGEST STATE FAIR 0P9NS 

OVERALLS OR NO OVERALLSi THE FAIR'S STILL THE FAIR 

U.S. PRICE SUPPORTS FOR TOBACCO ARE HSRF TO STAY, STATE FARM OFFICIAL SA 

N.C. GRANGE URGES SHIFT IN CORPO.<ATE TCPACCO ALLOTMENTS 

CHANGES exPECTEH IN LEAF PROGRAM 

TOBACCO QUOTAS PLEASE GRAHAM 

STATE OFFICIAL Pleads guilty 

JAMES GflAHA" •'LFADS GUILTY TO WRECK CHARGE 

GRAHAM, LIB 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

GRAHAM, LINK CARL 

LAG'A-IG' OFFICER INDICTED IN DEATH 
EX-ASSISTANT POLICE CHIEF FINED IN DEATH 

GRAHAM, MAOTHA 

GRAHA" wins AWARD 

FESTIVAL TO SALUTE MARTHA GRAHAM 

A OANCE PIO'IEFR 

LfABY DESIGNS MEDAL 

AWARD FOLLOWS HUMAN FORM, DANCE MOVES 

SHE'LL SALUTE DANCE LEGEND 

FORD WILL PRESENT AWARD 

SAM SCRIPPS FOLLOWED DIFFERENT DRUM 

GRAHAM ACCEPTS SCRIPPS AWARD 

•SUPREME INNOVATOR' HONORED AT FESTIVAL 

PIONEER OF DANCE DESERVES HOMAGE 

TOPS IN MODERN OANCE 

MISS GRAHAM MAKES THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE 

A PRICELESS EVENING wITH MARTHA GRAHAM 

GRAHAM, MORROW 

MORROW GRAHAM DIES IN CHARLOTTE 

GRAHAM, RUTH BELL IMRS. 9ILLY1 

MRS. BILLY C-IAHAM LEAVES HER OWN MARK ON PEOPLE 

GRAHAM, WILLIAM A. Ill lASST. DISTRICT ATTQRNEYI 
COURT DISMISSALS OkOP 

JUDGE RULES GRAHAM EXCEEDED AUTHORITY 
HEARING FRIDAY FUR COURT OFFICIAL 
JUDGE DESERVES ANSWERS 
LABARRE RULES AGAINST GRAHAM 
CASE DISMISSAL ANGERS JUDGE 
DISTRICT ATTORNEY PROBES CASE DIS-ISSAL 
LICENSE HEARING OPENS OLD PROPE 
CONTROVERSIAL TRAFFIC CASE RESOLVFD IN SUPERIOR COURT 

GRAHAM, WILLIAM J. "BILL" ICHOIR DIRECTORI 

DURHAM EOYs Choir season called best ever 

LEAVING CHOIR 
CHURCH PICKS MUSIC LEADER 
GRAHA" IS NEW CHOIRMASTER 
WARRANTS NAME ChQIR DIRECTOR 
GRAHAM CMARGCn WITH MAKING CALLS 
JUOCE DISMISSES GRAHAM'S CHARGES 

GRAHAM Case dismissed 

GRAINGER, CHARLIE 

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO... 

GRANGER, KATHY ICharloTTE) 

TEEN DIES AFTER LONG COMMA 

GRANGER, SHANE 

SCHEMPP SETS 

GRANT, DAVID 

JORDAN'S GRANT MOST VALUABLE 
BULL DURHAM A REAL CLASSIC 



;ail for adventure 



GRANT, ELIZABETH 

TOP LEAGUE OFFICERS 

KEEPING AIR CLEAN IS GOOD ECONOMICS 

GRANT, JOYCE 

OFCOMPOSEO BODY FOUND NEAR CHARLOTTE IDENTIFIED 

GRANT, HARSE 

'BIBLICAL RECORDER' EDITOR PLANS TO RETIRE NEXT YEAR 
GRANT SAYS HE DIDN'T SKIRT CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES 

GRANT, PAUL 

MINOR CARE STARTING 

SLOW ACCEPTANCE HURTING EMERGFNCY SERVICE 

GRArjTHAM, JULIUS 

OUkF FOOTBALL RFCRUIT FAILS ACADEMIC TESTS 
GRANIMAM MILITARY SCHOOL BOUND 

GRAVES, JIMMY 

GRAVES NEW DHS COACH 

GRAVES NEW BULLDOG CAGE COACH 

GRAVES NEXT IN LINE OF BULLDOG TRADITION 

'OOGS RALLY PAST RALEIGH 

GRAVES. JOHN WESLEY 

ATTEMPT TO SEDUCE CHILD NETS 

GRAVES, STERLING 

2 RESIGN FkOM MEDICAL CENTER BOARD 

GRiVi FREO C. 

OSITUARY: FREO C. GRAY 

GRAY, JEANETTE 

SUIT SAYS YOU'RE MANAGER 



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GilAYt HARREn 

fOLKS ABOUNO HERE: THE WAY TmINGS ARE 

GRiYi WAYNE (GARE CO. I 

PARKING TICKET CAUSES TROUBLE 

ORAYSOS. MICHAEL JAMES IPILOT "T.I 

BIKE GANG'S LfAOtf PACES EXTRADITION 

gsaysq-i, mikE iduke football player I 

dlue ^evil pjnnfrs Show off assets 

BRYANT, »1lLUmS EARN ACC HONORS 

MINI-BACKS Take PRESSURE OFF DUKE'S AI« ATTACK 



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GREEM. ALLEN JAKE 
OBITUARY 

GREEN. BILL 

HASSLE HOUSE GIVES BARGAIN SERVICE 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

GREEN. J. w. IROxaOROI 

CHOOSE YOUR jEnELRY TO BUILD A WARDROBE, VETERAN JEWELER SAYS 

GREEN. JAMES JR. 

2 TEENS «0b UURHAM MAN 

GREEN, JAMES P. Da. (MFNOERSONI 
hENC^EJSCN run-off SOUGHT 
GREEN GETS HENDERSON POST 
HENDERSON COUNCIL GETS FIRST ELECTED ?LACK MEMBER 

GREEN, JIMMY 

PAVING CONE FOR LT. GOV. INVESTIGATED 

FORMER PAVER SAYS J'JRY TOLD ARQUT WORK FUR GREEN 

510-RIGGING iAIO COMMON NATIONWIDE 

THEY LISTEN TO HIS BID-OIGGINC STORY NOW 

HUNT MAINTAINS SILENCE ON GREEN ALLEGATIONS 

GREEN'S FRIENDS EXPRESS CONCERN 

PERHAPS THE STATE NEEDS ETHICS RULES 

GREEN SAYS Sol GIVEN INFORMATION IT SOUGHT 

JIMMY GREEN PIVE STISATION CONTINUED 

«ARE DISTRICT ATTORNEY SAYS GREEN ADMITS GIFT 

GREEN ADMITS ACCEPTING CASH 

GREEN ADMITS TAKING GIFT WAS A MISTAKE 

FOR GnOD OF STATE GREEN SHOULD RESIGN 

LEADERS SHIRK Duty 

That GIFT nILL HAUNT LT. GOV. JIMMY GREEN 

JIMMY GREE.I LETTER TO CROWELL 1C4RT00N1 

HUNT Calls for controls on gifts to state officials 

HUNT: BAR OR LIST CASH GIFTS TO OFFICIALS 

GREEN DEDICATED PUBLIC SERVANT 

ROYALL SIGNS LETTER BACKING JIMMY GREEN 

FORTUNES OF POLItlCS 

'BIROS OF A FEATHER' 

N.C. GOVERNOR'S RACE ALREADY WARMING UP 

IRS PROBES GREEN 

IRS INVESTIGATION OF GREEN REPORTED 

LTGOvCO GF N.C. STOCK CERTIFICATE ICARTOONI 

green talks «ith supporters about gift 
states urged to cooperate for funding 
green; pay Raises to be top priority 
green will be speaker 
accusations made over coastal act 
reapportioning plans clouded 
hunt says he sought action to preserve act 
expenses get out of hand 

The LEGISLATURE'S TIME WARP 

PROTECTING OUR CjAST 

JOIN TmE CLUB. JI-MY GREEN 

HOSPITAL IMPROVEMFNTS DEDICATED 

KEEP AN OPEN MINU 

GREEN TO SPEAK AT CEREMONIES FOR VETERANS 

HUNT ANO GREEN TO VISIT JAPAN. KOREA, TAIWAN 

HUNT UNDECIDED ABOUT APPEAL 

GREEN. JOEL ERIC 

FOUR DIE ON N.C. RB IN HEAD-ON COLLISION 
RITES TOMORROW FOR VICTIMS 

GREEN. JOHN (CUMBERLAND. MD.l 

CHAPEL HILL PLANE CRASH INJURES HAN 

PILOT FROM MARYLAND INJURED IN CRASH NEAR CHAPEL HILL 

GREEN. MELVIN MONROE 
OBITUARY 

GREEN. MICHAEL I YOUNGSV ILLE 1 

FOUR DIE ON N.C. 98 IN HEAD-ON COLLISION 
RITES TOMORROW FUR VICTIMS 

GREEN. NICOLE 

UNUSUAL DEFECT HITS FAMILY'S 2ND CHILD 
BABY 'STABLE'. DUKE REPORTS 

GREEN. PAUL 

N.C. PLAYWRIGHT PAUL GREEN DIES 

N.C. PLAYWRIGHT PAUL GREEN DIES 

obituary: PAUL GREEN 

A GREAT MAN DIES 

PAUL GREEN: NORTH CAROLINA HAS LOST A BELOVED SON 

PAUL GREEN (CARTOOM 

PAUL GREEN: FRIEND AND PHILOSOPHER 

PAUL GREEN EULOGIZED FOR HIS 'JUSTICE ANO HAPPINESS' 

RESOLUTION HONORS GREEN 

GREEN, ROBERT (DENVER, N.C.I 

SKELETON FOUND IN LAKE MAY BE THAT OF BIOLOGIST 

GREEN, SIDNEY ( H I LL SBOROUGH I 
OBITUARY 



GREEN, STUART MCGUIRE "MICKEY" 
OBITUARY: STUART MCGUIRE 



■MICKEY" GREEN 



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l"E,!!J!< WHO SOCKED IT TO THE POST: SUPTITLEO: 'BILL GREEN'S WORLD' 
TRUSTEcS TOLC TALKS OPENED ON P-RUPOSED NIXON LIBRARY 

GREENBERG. ABE 



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COUBT EXCUSES NOliTMHESTERN FROU SUIT 
DURHAM MEN PLi^An GUILTY IN SING SCAM 
GREENBERG. OTHERS PLEAD GUILTY TO fRAUO 

GREENSERG. BERNARD G. OR. 

2 TAPPED FOR GARONER AUAROS 
CONGRATULATIONS OU E 

GREENDERG. BLUE 

PENCERORAFT TO "ODERATE 

GREECE, MILL 

HE CAN KEEP FLAG FLYING 

GR££\ci J. LfE 0». 

PROGRAM AIDS TRANSITION 

GREENE, KATHRYN 

FIVE GROUPS CALL F0» PROBE OF GREENSBORO SHOOTINGS 

GREEN. 000. THOMAS SNThONY I BLOOM I NG TON . INO.I 
AGENTS RELEASE 3AI0 NAMES 
SIX ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID ARE CHARGED 
30NDS SET AT 11 MILLION 

rocto AHA 

'rEER ELECTED HEAD OF TRIANGLE SENIOKS 

GREERi ROGER 

FALCONS ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT 1981 

GREERi TOM AND CLARA IMILKES CO. I 

ELDERLY COUPLF IN MiLKES EtATFN. ROBoFO AT HOME 

GRFGG. JOHN R. 

SANITARIANS HELPFUL, ABLE 

GRFj"RY, ANNE 

0'-)GKJ!;,DER : SHE'S -STUBBORNLY I NO I V lOUAL I ST IC ' 
FREE SPEECH SUITS FILED BY TEACHERS 
SUIT REPRESENTS EDUCATORS" GROUP 
SCnOOLS AS< DISMISSAL OF SUIT 
DISMISSAL OF TEACHERS' SUIT REUUESTED 

GREGORY, KEN 

TRUCKER'S ALERTNESS SAVES PUPILS ON BUS 

GREGORY, MARY ANN (TIMBERLAKE) 
OBITUARY: MARY ANN GREGORY 

GREGORY, MAYER 

SLAIN MAN'S TRUCK FOUND 

GREGORY, NANCY LUANN 

obituary: miss nancy GREGORY 

GREGORY, RANDY R. 

••Tm district GOP ELECTS CHAIRMAN 

GREGORY, RICHARD EARL JR. 

THREE DURHAM MEN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

GREGORY, S. M. 

WAKE DEPUTY IS ON LEAVE AFTER KiLLING 
TRYING TO ESCAPE MAY HAVE COST MAN HIS LIFE 

CRESHAM, KAY 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: CLOSE SHAVE 

GRESSMAN, NAN 

CIRCLES, PAPER WORKS ARE EXHIBITED 

GREW, ROBERT JR. 

OURHAM FAMILIFS SOUGHT FOR STUDY ON DIVORCE EFFECTS 

CRIER, LARRY IPELMONTI 

KINGS MOUNTAIN WOMAN KILLED 

GRIFFIN, ALLEN RANDOLPH 
OBITUARY 

GRIFFIN, ARTHUR I FR ANKL I NT ON I 

CHARGE FILED IN SIGNS CASE 

GRIFFIN, BECKY 

MOBILE-HOME SALES UP IN N.C. 

GRIFFIN, BILLY E. 

BLASPHEMY ON A SUBMARINE 

GRIFFIN, OANNY RAY (RALEIGHI 
3 ESCAPEES RECAPTURED 
3 INMATES IN PERSON CHARGED WITH ESCAPE 

GRIFFIN, EVELYN 

FIRE DAMAGES LAKELAND ST. APARTMENT 

GRIFFIN, JAMES ARNOLD 

3 ESCAPEES RECAPTURED 

3 INMATES IN PERSON CHARGED WITH ESCAPE 

GRIFFIN, JOHNNY 

DANCE FESTIVAL ADOS A LITTLE JAZZ 

JOHNNY GRIFFIN DUARTET PLAYED 'FEEL GOOD' JAZZ 

GRIFFIN, KIM JR. 

ROOENHIZER SAYS COUNCIL FRICTION REASON FOR CHANGES 

PLEDGER REMOVED OVER 'DIFFERENCES' 

NOMINATION DRAWS CLAIM OF CONFLICT 

GRIFFIN WARNS OF POLITICKING 

ARCHER WITHDRAWS ROARO APPLICATION 

PLEDGER, GRIFFIN ARGuE INCIDENT 

ATTORNEY SEES NO CONFLICT 

KIM CPIFFIN: BOOST SIZE OF SECTION a COMPLEXES 

LOw-CDST HOUSING NOW SCARCE 

SCHOOLS' IMAGE SEEN AS HARMFUL 

HERALD Should play up good school news 
COUNCILMEN Call hayti rebuilding unrealistic 

HUNT '•AY BE MAYOR PRO TEM OF NEW OURHAM CITY COUNCIL 

CITY COUNCIL UNITS NAMED; HUNT CHOSEN 

NEW COUNCIL MOVES FAST 

MAYOR MARKHAM MAKES AN AUSPICIOUS BEGINNING 

CITY EXPECTED TO GET HOSIERY MILL 

GRIFFIN, LARRY 

TEN FRESHMEN WORTH WATCHING IN '81 



N E 
P D 



S I T 

E I Y 

C PG L P BYL 



H Z 8/Z7/81 A 
S 2 12/l<)/81 A 
H 2 12/20/81 A 



H 2 5/09/81 C 
H 2 5/12/81 A 



I 



S 2 5/01/81 A 8 

H 2 7/l<./51 A 8 

S 1 a/13/Sl C 1 

H 2 I 1/01/81 A 10 



S 1 8/17/81 C 1 
H 2 8/18/81 A 10 
S 2 8/19/81 C 1 



N 

N U57 



H 2 U/15/31 B 9 N 

S 2 a/2<./81 D 2 P N CD9 

H 2 12/15/81 AH N 

H 2 11/07/81 A A L 



H 2 5/15/81 B 2 P F 830 

H 2 11/05/31 B 1 N 

S 2 11/05/81 CI N 008 

S 2 12/28/81 C I N 008 

H 2 12/29/Bl B 1 N 



S 2 9/26/81 A 4 L 

H 2 5/03/81 C 2 

H 1 5/09/81 C 1 N 

H 2 6/25/ai A 18 

H 2 9/13/81 C 1 N 

S 2 9/30/81 C 9 N 



H 2 6/15/81 A 10 N 
H 2 6/16/Sl A 9 N 



H 2 11/1 1/81 C 1 U 

H2 9/11/81 8PR G6a 

S 2 U/30/81 All N 

H 2 12/26/81 A 12 N 

H 2 7/2<,/81 A 10 

H 1 12/23/81 8 1 N 



H 2 9/2<./81 B 



H 2 9/04/81 A 



H 1 12/18/81 C I 
H 2 12/19/81 A 5 



H 2 U/Oe/ei A 18 



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H 2 


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B 


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R 371 


S 2 


6/26/81 


A 


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6/27/81 


A 


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N W36 


H 7 


7/10/81 


R 


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N W36 


■; 7 


7/10/81 


( 




N K90 


H 7 


7/16/81 


B 




N W36 


H 7 


7/17/81 


B 




N W36 


S 7 


7/17/81 


( 




N K90 


H 7 


9/11/81 


n 




N W36 


1 7 


9/11/81 


H 




N K90 


H ; 


9/30/81 


r 




N V05 


M 7 


0/2'./81 


A 




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S 7 


1/13/81 


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N K90 


S 2 


2/07/81 


A 




N K90 


H 2 


12/03/81 


A 


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N S51 


S 2 


12/08/81 


( 




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H 7 


12/09/81 


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S 2 


12/10/81 


t 




N K90 



S 2 9/02/81 B 1 



"«'*'"«'™-'"'""""^- 



MONTHLY/AN NU 



INDEX 



NAMES 



PAGE S<i 
l/U/82 



CRIfFKl HAnES ;UICK IMPACT AT UNC 

GRIFFIN, LIB 

BIKThCAY yELLUI'iHEkS ENJOY MARVELOUS H6AL 

GRIFFIN. ROBfRT STALEY 
OBI TUARY 

GRIFFIN, lOtlY 

GRIFFIN ELIMINATES HHITFIELO IN PLAY3FF 

GRIFFIN, VIRGINIA M. 

ACT AGAINST ORL'JKEN DRIVERS 

GRIFFI'l, »ILLIAM K. "KIM" 

HUNT RENAMES OR. GRIffIN TO OT 1 aOARO 
FOLKS AROUND HE'E: EDUCATING THE CLAN 

GRIFFITH, ANDY 

ANDY GRIFFITH TO ATTEND TREE FARM GALA 
bRA*.CHING OUT: ANDY ADDS P I NE- SPROUT I NG TO LINE- 
■ANOY GRIFFITH SHOu" LOVE SPAWNS BOOK 

GRIFFITH, n. H. 

N.C. MAN HROTF EARLY SCREEN EPIC 

GRIFFITH, EMILY CAMILLA 
08 I TuARY 

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM J. 

TWO CHARGED IN ASSAULTS AT DUKE 
ALL BUT ONE ASSAULT CLEARED 

GRIMES. JERRY L. ISILEO CITYI 
FIREMAN OF YEAR IS NAMED 

GRIMES. RJEERT BRYAN 

2 CHARGED hITH growing 'POT' 

marijuana plants are found on rqjf 

grimslEy, joe 

gri"sl£y plans to quit 
state has ethics board 

GFIMSLEY may fit NEW NATURAL RESOURCES HEAD 

REPLACEMENT FTR LEE NAMED 

GRIMSLEY HEADS RESOURCES UM T 

NEW MEMBERS OF HUNT CABINET SWORN IN TODAY 

CABINET SHUFFLES STIR LITTLE INTEREST 

Z NEW N.C. CABINET MEMBERS SWORN IN 

CUTBACKS TO HALT 38 STATE POSITIONS 

GRIMSLEY PRAISES PARK EFFORT 

HUNT SAYS HE SOUGHT ACTION TQ PRESERVE ACT 

PROTECTING Our COAST 

KEEP AN OPEN M|ND 

HUNT AND GREEN TO VISIT JAPAN, KOREA, TAIWAN 

GRIMSLEY OPPOSES JOCKEY'S RIDGE CABLE 

WATER RESOURCES PLANNING SAID NEEDED 

GRISHAH, DONNA 

WOMAN TRYING TO LEARN HOW HUSBAND DISAPPEARED 



I LONG BRANCH, N.J.I 



GRISSOM, IRA BELL 

OBITUARY 

GRISSOM, JOYCE ELAINF IHENOERSONI 
HENDERSON WOMAN STABBED, DIES 
NAN FACES MURDER CHARGE 

GRISSOM, RUBY MAE 
09 I TUARY 

GRISSOM, TERENCE 

POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH STEALING 



;as 



GROH* AL 

THE NEW -KID' ON ACC BLOCK 

WEBBER, SChOFIELD in DEACON QB OUFL 

GROH'S FAMILIARITY WITH ACC REGION A PLUS FOR OFACS 

OEAC PROGRAM ON RIGHT TRACK, GROH BELIEVES 

FUNDAMENTALS IMPROVING, WAKE FOREST COACH SAYS 

OOOLEY, GROH RETURN TO AREA AS OPPOSITION 

CAROLINA'S 'WEALTH OF TALENT' TOO MUCH FOR YOUNG DEACS 

DEACON FRESHMEN IMPRESS AL GROH 

DEACON FRESHMfN SUPPLY OPTIMISTIC THOUGHTS TO GROH 

GROH LOOKS TO FUTURE AFTER ROUT BY TIGERS 

GROMYKO, ANORE 

They barked A'lO bOwEO AT SUMMIT TABLE 

GRDjMS, LuTHEH ALVIN JR. I H I LL S60R0UGH 1 

thiff strikes trailer 
ma.. arresteo on 5 charges 

gross. caroline 

photography her «ork and art 

gross. paul oh. 

duke faculty members speak on proposed nixon library 

gross. paul nelson i "iqr thr idge . cai 

judge orders five men released in drug case 

grossman, sylvia (new york cityi 
2 killed, 6 hurt in collision 
man to face charges in wreck 
death by vehicle charged 
mason charged in wreck deaths 
driver arrested, released 

grover. steven murray icreedmqori 
wreck hurts cycl 1st 

groves. harry f. 

OayE APPOINTED NCCU LAW DEAN 

UNC PROFESSOR APPOINTED TO HEAD CFNTRAL LAW SCHOOL 

BEING DEAN OF law EXCEEDS HOPES 

GOOD NEWS AT NCCU 

GROWLS, CLARA UAODELL 
OBITUARY 

GRUEN, ADAM L. 

SPACE AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISE 

OON'I BET AGAINST THE SPACE PIONEERS 

GRUFFERMAN, SEYHOuR OR. 



P 
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DATE 
9/17/81 C 



S I T 
£ L Y 
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H 2 !2/2J/ai A 6 P N 



H 2 7/27/61 B 



H 2 7/01/81 D I P N Si)l 



H 2 11/02/11 A 



S 2 11/1 1/Bl A 12 N 
H 2 12/1 1/81 B 1 n u 



H 2 5/23/81 A 16 N 

H 2 6/13/91 B 1 P N H*? 

5 2 10/28/81 A 18 N 



S 2 5/07/81 C 7 F J50 
H 2 11/20/81 A 16 



H 2 12/13/81 C 1 N W24 
S 2 12/13/81 C 1 N 



8/27/81 B I 



H 2 6/15/81 A 10 
S 2 6/15/31 A 3 



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N 


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8/04/81 




1 4 


N 


H 




8/12/81 




1 I 


N 


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9/28/81 






P N 


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10/09/81 






N 


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10/12/81 






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10/20/81 






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11/12/81 




1 7 


N 


H 




11/15/81 




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N 


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9 


N 



H 2 7/19/81 A 21 



H 2 11/12/81 D 



H 1 8/31/81 fl 1 
S 2 3/31/81 A 5 



H 2 8/19/81 A 11 



5 2 6/02/81 A II 



H 7 


7/31/31 


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I 


P N 




H / 


8/30/81 


B 


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P F 


S9I 


H 2 


3/30/31 


1, 


1 


F 


S9I 


H 2 


9/D8/81 


h 


f 


N 




H 2 


9/15/81 


B 


3 


N 




H ' 


10/10/31 


B 


7 


P N 


071 


H 7 


10/13/81 


H 


4 


N 




H 7 


10/20/81 


B 


7 


F 




H 7 


10/27/81 


H 


1 


F 




H J 


u/oj/ei 


B 


3 


F 




H 2 


9/07/81 


A 


1 


U 


Ht,9 


S 7 


9/19/81 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


9/20/31 


A 


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N 





S 2 11/12/81 2 P F B7I 
S 2 9/01/81 A 1 P N F30 
H 2 9/08/81 B 9 N 



H 2 11/02/81 A 
S 2 11/02/81 A 
11/06/81 B 
11/06/81 C 
11/07/81 A 



2 
S 2 

H 2 



N A54 

N 



S 2 10/08/81 A 17 



5/08/81 
5/09/81 
6/25/81 
3/28/81 



H 2 7/21/81 B 



2 ll/2<./31 A 
2 12/06/81 



1 N 
1 P N 
1 P F F30 



mammoj^^^^ 



HONTHLY/SNNUAL 



SfSEASCHEOS OUESTICN STUDIES ON CANCER BISKS 
TAG ALONG ON FIRE CALLS 



I N 6 « 
li/3I/ai 



NAMES 



GRUMBLE. GRACE 
SHE OOESN 



CuAiliO. PATBICU 

■TIS TmE SEASON TO BE - OOwN IN THE UUHPi 

GupGERf LAMAP 

GuoGEP HILL H^LP ntniCATE ouke vessel 



•WILGROOT" 
'".0, AND TOMATOES 



THAT GROk 



GUCGES. LE"N PURFFny 
OF EaRORUMS That 

GUESS. CHARLES 

TELLING A STjST 

GUI DRY. RON 

SCRAP IRONY 

GUIN. MICHAEL FERRELL 

IS-YEAR-OLD CONFESSES TO SHOOTING AT MINISTER 
GUIN GETS 20 YEARS 

GuITEAUt Charles j. 

AN ASSASSIN'S ALTERATION OF HISTORY 

GuLLEY. Dub 

HEARING TC AIR 



lICaOELECTRONICS VIEWS 



GuMN. BILL L. OR. 

.<Ar(E TECH APPOINTS GUNN VICE PRESIDENT 

GuNIER. ARTHUR CARLTON IMEBANEI 
OBITUARY 

GUNTER, EDUASD TRICE JR. 

OBITUARY: EDWARD GUNTER JR. 

GUNTER. JOHN CALVIN 
OBITUARY 

GUNTER. ROBERT 

12 LOANED EXECUTIVES TO KICK OFF CAMPAIGN 

GUNTER. TERRY M. (PFC.t 

MARINE GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR SLAYING 
MARINE IS CONVICTED OF MURDER 
MARINE SENTENCED TO DIE 

GUNTER. WILLIAM LEE 

obituary: WILLIAM 



GUNTER 
INSTON IHILLSBOROUGHI 



GuPTDN. Cheatham 

OBITUARY 

GUPTON. R. W. 

SHERIFF P508ING INJURIES 

JAILER SAYS HE HIT INMATE DURING SCUFFLE 

SHERIFF P'iOBING ALLEGED INCIDENT INVOLVING JAILER 

JAILER PROSE CONTINUES 

DURHAM JAILER GUITS IN WAKE OF PROBE 

SHERIFF PROBING JAILER 

GUPTON. TIM (LOUISPURGI 

LuUlSPURG YOUTH DIES OF INJURIES 

TEEN CHARGED [N FATALITY 

SIGNS AND WARNINGS fjilFD TO PREVENT FRANKLIN DEATH 

gurley. lloyd 

medical assets highlighted 

chamber: expand jobs program backing 

nkcn library viewed as asset 

speakers rap, praise utility at rate hearing 

citizens debate rate increase 

spauloing not asked to paleigh meeting 

guthrie. oavid v. 

» gross reflection 

guthrie, frank or. 

malathion fears said unfounded 

guthrie. l. c. iburlingtoni 
Guthrie gets council seat 

GUTHRIE. RAY p. JR. 

license hearing opens old probe 

GuThrie, ray p. SR. 

license hearing opens old probe 

guttman. norman 

nixon library would bring shame 

morality and the library 

nixon library foes form duke campus opposition 

Guy. CHARLES LEE IFAYETTEVILLEI 

panel may investigate judge 

judge denies complicity in record change 

remarks on judge may have broken law 

guy. edwin c. jr. col. 

four considered for vehicles post 
holidays. highways and alcohol make poor mix 
guy: End Bargaining on duIS 
advice worth heeding 

guy. martha 

unc trustee election spurs controversy 
woman raps all-male unc trustee election 

GWIN. ED 

outgoing president honored 
installs new director 

haCkett. buddy 

stars work magic to benefit children 

HACkETT. DUVAL 

SIAMESE ROSE 

HACKNEY, BRENT 

GOV. HUNT WEIGHS REP. PAT HUNT'S COMMENTS 
GOVERNOR DIDN'T MAKE 'CHEAP SHOT' REMARK 

















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S 2 6/27/81 A 

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H 2 5/20/81 A 

H 2 10/19/81 3 

S 2 9/07/81 C 



H 2 5/23/81 A 
H 2 6/19/81 C 
H 2 6/23/81 B 



H 2 5/09/81 A 
H 2 12/12/81 B 



S 2 5/26/81 B 

H 2 5/27/ai A 

H 2 6/01/81 B 

S 2 6/01/81 C 

H 2 6/04/81 B 

S 2 6/0<./81 C 



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H 1 10/29/81 B 
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H 2 7/03/ni C 

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H 2 7/31/81 fl 

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H 2 12/09/ai 8 

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MONTHLY/A 



I N Q E X 
12/31/81 



NAMES 



PACE 96 
1/11/82 



iJTilKf^AT'S HE»OfS ENSHRINED AT OUKE 

Lj'jr^E iNcucis ■; 

OU^E CSEATS 

""^"""rtlcKNEY MAY iFE< CEUINC ON PBISJN POP"!;' I "?'.' e, c 
KEUlSTaicriNO: LEGISLATGRS dEAUY TO SETTLE ISSUE 
ilLL ENHANCES SECU.1IIV 
2 FRESHMEN HAD IMPACT ON SESSION 
PEOPLE AND WHAT THtV'fiE 001N& 

hackney. hatthej malachi ichapel hill) 
obituary 

hackney, theodore clarence 
ubi tuary 

haooao. norm 

he makes game based on ads 

"'""^pboe'd^mIntles -Electric chu'Ch- 

HADOnCK, SAMUEL 

DRUG CHARGES FILED AT JAIL 
DEPUTIES FILE DPUG COUNTS 

'laST-MINUTE entry MAKES MOST OF LOT 

HAGADOBN, IRVINE R. DR. 

Ex-UNC ZOOLOGY CHIEF DEAD AT ^% 

""''''folks'aBOUND HERE: WITH THE HIGHER EDUCATION SET 



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12/17/ei 



10/20/91 

ll/l"./?! 

Il/1<>/91 

7/05/91 



7/27/91 
7/28/91 



6/30/fll 
8/19/81 
6/03/91 
5/03/81 



1 P 

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"'"^•oRbER'oF^RFSIDENTIAL SUCCESSION 



•AIG ICAKTOONI 
REAGAN'S CRAWLING, 



SCRATCHING CATS ICARTOONl 



HAIGLER, TODD (UNION CO. I 

MISSING CHILD FOUND SAFE 

"* '■ I SITES GET BACKING FDR HOUSING 

CITY TO BEGIN DOOR-TO-ODOR HOUSING STUDY 
CITY SURVEY TO START 
DURHAM IN HOUSING FORUM 

''*"''2''lAR°nEELS JN OPPOSITE SIDES AS ENVIRONMENTAL BATTLE BREWS 

HAIRSTON. PRINCE "CATFISH" 
OBITUARY 

haIThCDCK. HERBERT CLAY 
OB ITUARY 

HALE. ARTHUR OR. 

PAPER SAYS SCIENTIST SUSPENDED IN PROBE 
aOwMAN CRAY RESEARCHER SAYS HE STANDS BY WORK 
SCIENTIST'S RESEARCH OUESTIONEO .,„„,.,, 

wFu PROFESSOR RESIGNS; DENIES FALSIFYING PROJECT 
dOwMAN CRAY RETURNS MONEY TO U.S. AGENCY 

HALE, Cynthia rev. 

APPEAL FOR unity: 



BUTNER CHAPLAIN SPEAKS AT ASSEMBLY 



'^"' 'CARRBORO MAN UNDER ARREST FOR ASSAULT OF WOMAN. 17 

HALE. DEAN (CHAPEL HILL) 

INMATE-PRODUCED PLAY TELLS HOW IT IS IN PRISON 

HALE. RUTH (LEXINGTON) 

TWO MORE POISONING CLAIMS FILED 

HALES. ERwIN JEFFcRSON 

DURHAM HEN PLEaO GUILTY IN RING SCAM 
GREENBERG. OTHERS PLEAO GUILTY TO FRAUD 

HALES* LUKE PEDRO 

OFFICIALS INVESTIGATE 2 UNRELATED DEATHS 
CUMBERLAND MAN CHARGED WITH SLAYING OF STORE OWNER 

HALES* KAYHONO 

DURHAM MEN PLEAO GUILTY IN RING SCAM 
GREENBERG* OTHERS PLEAD GUILTY TO FRAUD 

HALES* ROBERT 

DURHAM MEN PLEAO GUILTY IN RING SCAM 
GREENBERG* OTHERS PLEAD GUILTY TO FRAUD 

HALEY* CLEO 

OBITUARY 

HALEY* FRANK R. 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 



H 2 

H 2 
H 2 



7/19/81 
9/21/81 
11/13/91 



5 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



6/29/91 

7/17/81 

7/17/81 

12/02/81 



5/1 1/81 

7/14/81 

10/06/91 



9/25/91 
10/18/81 
10/21/81 
U/07/9I 
ll/U/81 



8/08/81 

6/11/81 

12/03/81 

9/06/91 



S 2 

H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



12/19/91 
12/20/81 



8/31/81 
9/03/81 



12/19/91 
12/20/81 



12/19/81 
12/20/81 



4 T 
4 T 



H 2 10/29/91 A 3 



E 

T R56 
T R56 



A 1 1 

C 1 

C 1 

A 13 

A 1 1 

B 10 

A 17 

A 17 

C 4 

A 5 

A 1 1 

A 9 P 

A 21 

a 1 

A 17 



N 054 
N M04 



N 

N B81 

N 

N U57 

N 

N 



H 2 9/13/81 A 20 



H 2 
H 2 



7/16/91 
7/17/91 



A 2 1 
A 14 



FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

HALL* ALLEN RAY 

ALLEN HALL IS FREED FROM GuESS ROAD 

HALL* POB 

DURHAM ThI>ik tank nurtures SOUTHERN POPULIST TRADITION 

HALL* Christine pleasant 

OBITUARY: MRS. CHRISTINE P. HALL 

hall* EARNEST 

DURHAM MAN FOUNn DEAD OF SINGLE GUNSHOT WOUND 
EXAMINERS SAY MAN SHOT AT CLOSE RANGE 
AREA HAN'S DEATH RULED ACCIDENTAL 
HALL SERVICES SET 

HALL* GLORIA D. (GREENSBORO) 

AVOID NEEDLESS X-RAY RISKS 

HALL* JIM 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

5 2 

H 2 

S 2 



5/09/91 

5/02/81 

12/13/81 

6/26/81 



9/22/81 
9/22/81 
9/23/81 
9/23/81 



C 1 

B 1 P 

A 26 P 

A 12 

6 I 

A 9 

B 6 

C 13 



S 2 10/30/81 A 



mUgMmmamm^ 



B^BBB^BHIU 



M0NTHLY/4NNUAL 
5/01/81 



INDEX 

12/31/ai 



N « N E s 



JIH MALL'S Jill OUIIAR IS THE oESr 

HALLi ^AI1EN 

P'OCRAM NURru«ING TALENT 

HALL. LEON MCGOjan BEV. 

RETIRED DURHAM MINISTER DIES 
DURHAM 1.UL MISS THESE HEN 

HALLt LUCILLE FRANKLIN 
OBITUARY 

"*'■'■ •-,?f?J?^w'""°E IMILLSBOROUGHI 

HALL. -IChaEL IBIIRLINCTONI 

BURLINGTON BOY LOSES SOME SIGHT TO FLY EGG 
HALL. NANCY M, 

CCTC'S NURSING PROGRAM DIRECTOR ASSUMES DUTIES 
HALL. aOBEBT (CHATHAM CO. SOCIAL SERVrCESl 

CHATHAM COUNTY CmORE PROGRAM F ACE S CUTBACK S 

HALL. SCfERT OOUCLAS 
Jr. I TUARY 

HALL. "uTm TILLcY 
Jr ITuiRY 

HALL. MILLIAM C. inu't UNIV.I 
FACULTY NOT UNA'lIMOUS 

MALL - KENNEDY. LESL IE 

l^coc^kH.r^r"'^ "*5 SCARED INTO MAKING STATEMENT 
DEFENDANT SAYS H£ lIEO TO POLICE ABOUT STABBING 

HALLOwELL. JOHN H. 

DUKE SHOULD REJECT LIBRARY 

MALPIN, JOHN 

VISITING AMERICA 

HALSTON (FASHION DfSIGNERI 

TAR HEEL COOKS DESIGNER 

HAMBRICk. MARGARET 

•OMAN NAMED «ARDEN AT 8UTNER 
HAMbY, nUGH 

jUinOQR NOTES 

HAMILL. R. •ILK INS III 

REAL ESTATE INVESTOR FOR DUKc NAMED 
HAMILTON. GEORGE HEARD 

H?2n ?r.S'"2M^^^?2 " NATIONAL GALLERY TO GIVE LECTURES 
HAMILTON URL SPtAK AT DUKE ART SESSIONS LtLIUKES 

HAMILTON, JACK ICHARL3TTEI 

LAMYER PLANS STRIP MINE FOR GOLD NEAR WAXHAH 
HAMILTON. LEROY (LUHEERTONI 

SBI probing ROBESON FIRE 

HAMILTON. MARGARET 

FREE-ROAMING DOGS PLAGUE DURHAM DESPITE LEASH LAM 



1ALST0N LIMA PEAN SOUP 



"ath school 



HAMILTON. SARAH UATKINS 

ACTING DEAN IS NAMEd 4j SCIENCE. 
SCIENCE SCHOOL NAMES DEAN 

hamilton, todd 

The Challenge of it all 

hamlett, grace iroxborol 

obituary: grace HAMLETT 

HAMLIN. VASCO R. (EOENI 

EDEN OFFICIAL IS ACCUSED 

HAMM, BOBBY L. IVANCE COUNTY! 

Slioc'tt ''°'' CONFIRM PRObE 
PROBE FINOS NO VIOLATIONS 

HAMMETT. JOHN 

EVANGELICAL MOVEMFNT TAKES SCHOLARLY TACK 
HAMMOND, CHARLES DR. 

?^Tlog?&'g?F^*I-l lilS^i" '' '''' 
HAMMOND. MARY OR. 

ALTERNATIVE INFERTILITY TREATMENT OFFERED AT BIG MEDICAL CENTERS 
HAMHONO, NICK 

HAMMOND. NICKY ICHARLOTTEl 

M0THl?^nF"Jn^S?rl''="°'""''5 "EATH 

SSJSIS 'cLl".ir.l4IVu-".ldhiTel li.WL CASE 

HAHMDNOS, CLEVELAND DR. 

SCHOOLS ADOPT ATTENDANCE POLICY 

SCHOOL ATTENDANCE POLICY OK'O 

BONO UNLIKELY TO REACH VOTE 

SCHOOL QUESTIONS mCst hauf hIT mfouc 

ANNUAL TESTING RESULTS IMP«n5ST^.'•rIJvH?°°'■ °l-"<5 

^■^ghUiS^y:i^^^syi2s^:3^y^^^^^«esys 
S"^o;i:ii:S'i^sT^^??SL^^8gfF 

BOARD APPROVES MIDDLE S(^HOOLS ^ 

SCHOOL CHANGE LOGICAL ^'""""'■^ 

ENROl?Sf*Jt ,'^i"i!^ ','"'" DIPLOMA PLAN 
CNHOLLMENT KEY TO CITY SCHfini ^t Di *»it 
DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS lipEN^^ "-'"^ 



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N E 
P D 



DATE 
H 2 9/25/81 C 18 

S ! 10/27/81 B I 



S I T 

E L Y 

C PG L P BYL 



R S66 

N 008 



H ! 5/25/81 B 1=0 
H 2 5/31/31 <, E 



H 2 3/10/81 B 6 

H 2 9/17/81 C 1<. 

H 2 9/18/81 A 6 P N 

H 1 10/2<./81 B 1 N 

H 1 8/0',/81 a I N L30 

H 2 a/13/Rl CI". 

H 2 9/1 1/81 C 5 

H 2 9/23/81 A 5 L 

S 2 10/16/Bl A 2 N 

H 2 10/18/91 A 2<, N 

H 2 8/29/ai A «, L 

H 2 7/02/81 A 9 p P T37 

H 2 8/27/81 C 1 F H<,5 



I 



H 2 8/01/81 B 
H 2 10/U/8I B 
H 2 6/26/81 B 



H 2 10/18/81 C 4 
S 2 10/19/91 A 7 



H 1 9/02/81 B I 
H 2 8/20/81 C 10 



S 2 U/27/81 A I P N S09 



H 2 10/08/81 A 16 
S 2 10/09/81 C 1 



N 

N DOB 



H 2 6/07/81 B I P P H99 
H 2 5/0<./81 B 8 
H 2 10/12/81 A 9 N 



H 1 8/25/81 B 
H 1 10/21/81 B 



H 2 a/22/81 A 



H 2 7/12/81 A 17 
H 2 7/22/81 A •, 

H 2 5/31/81 A 23 



S 2 7/13/81 A 
H 2 7/U/81 8 



N 
N 

F »20 

N 
L 

N 



N E<.6 

N 



H 2 U/07/81 B 16 
H 2 11/08/91 C 3 
H 2 12/14/81 A 9 



S 2 5/12/81 B 1 N DOB 

H 2 5/13/81 B 1 N H24 

H 2 5/28/81 A 4 E 

M 2 6/08/81 A 4 L 

H 2 6/09/81 A 8 N H24 

H VAVAli^l'^.'ilt 

I 2 6/26/81 CI N DOS 

S 2 6/27/81 A3 N 008 

H 2 7/D1/8I A 4 E 

S I 7/06/81 C 1 N 

H 2 7/28/81 A 1 N W24 

S 2 7/30/81 A 4 E 

H 2 8/11/81 B 1 N S51 

S 2 8/20/81 A 1 P N 000 

S 2 9/24/91 A 1 P N F30 



"'""""~"™— 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
5/01/81 



INDEX 
li/3l/81 



NAMES 



PAGE as 



7,730 cNRTLL «S city SCHOHL SESSION STAOTS 

SECCNO DAY El^OLLWENT FIGURES OOWN 

SCmCCJL FIGL.OES BEMAIN LOWER 

SCHOOL FIGURES LUHER 

LEAGUE SEEKS REGISTRARS 

OU«HA'< CITY SCHOOL PUPILS WON'T PAY MORE FOR XE AL S 

HAKMQNDS: ENHOLLHENT OSCP COULD AFFECT SCHOOL USAGE 

CITY SCHOOLS WATCHING FALLING ENROLLMENT 

CITY SCHOOLS OUTLINE GOALS 

SCHOOLS' IMAGE SEEN AS HARMFUL 

SCHOOLS POLLING TFAChERS CN MIDDLE SCHOOL IDEA 

OFFICIALS: FEDERAL FUNDING FOR SCHOOLS TO END 

FEDERAL KNIFE DOES NOT CUT SCHOOLS AS DEEPLY AS THOUGHT 

SCHOOL IMPROVfMENTS PLANNED 

CRACKDOWN ON TRUANCY IN DURHAM ANNOUNCED 

authqrities seek TO Cut truancy 

MANY IN N.C. teach out OF FIELD: STUDY 

TEACHER REPORT MAY RE WRONG 

HtM'-ONDS CHALLENGES FIGURES IN TEACHING REPORT 

IFST 5CCRC RELEASE DELAY APPARENT VIOLATION OF LAW 

OUkHA- CITY E"UCATuRS UNHAPPY OVER FALL COMPETENCY TEST SCORES 

CITY SCHOOLS' PASSING RATE ON TEST DIPS 

TRUANCY POLICY ILL-ADVISED 

SCHOOL VANDALISM NEARS li'tiOOO IN DURHAM 

CITY SCHOOL"". MAY CHANGE TEaChFRS' bonus SCHEDULE 

t-ITY SCHOOLS STUDYING SUPPLEMENTAL PAY 

SCHOOLS reaoy for evaluations 

hahner. ellen 

developer plans to open brightlcaf by oct. 
brichtlfaf Shop leases mall space temporarily 

aaiGHTLEAF OPENS THANKSGIVING 

HAMNER, W. CLAY 

FOWLERS TO MOVE INTO BRIGHTLEAF 

DURHAM SAID IN TOP FIVE FOR REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT 

A POSI TI VE Cl I KATE 

CARVER BUYS INTO SANFORO-hamnFR DEVELOPMENT GROUP 

POSSIPlE DURHAM aOuM INTERESTS ?ANKS. INVESTORS 

DURHAM INVESTOR DEAD AT 71 

U.S. GOVT. SmOWIMG interest in DOWNTOWN OFFICE LEASES 

NEW NAME, STORE DUE FOR CRUASDAILE 

NATIONAL RETaIL'^R CHOOSES DURHAM 

HAMNER GROUP BUYS OAKS IN CHAPEL HILL FOR »5 MILLION 

PURCHASE ENDS CONVERSION 

NEW DEPOECIAflON SwEET FOR BUSINESS 

S? '^'"Ikl*^ Owners aren't part of conoominium conversion 

DEVFLGPFR PLANS TO OPEN BRIGHTLEAF BY OCT. 

TURNING BACK THE PAGES AT BRIGHTLEAF COURT 

Sf^tl"! ' VACATION, NO TIES; A SURVEY OF HOLIDAY WISHES 

PIGEONS NOT WANTED AT BRIGHTLEAF 

DON'T KILL THE PIGEONS 

HAMPTON, HAHAM ABDUL 

J,cc,y,'[fl'i^^,? """'SONERS FLEE JAILERS IN COURTHOUSE 
OFFICIALS STILL SEEKING TWO ESCAPED JAIL INMATES 

HAMRICK, GRACE 

ONE WAS A SOCIAL WORKER. ONE WAS A POLITICIAN, ONE A VOLUNTEER 
HAMSHAB, EDwiN a. 

DURHAM BUSINESSMAN DIES AT 70 

OFFICE SERVICE CO. FOUNDER, 70, DIES 
HANAN, DON SGT. 

OAOCE ON A BIKE: ID-SPEED EXPERIMENT CALLED A SUCCESS 
HANCOCK, WILLIAM G. "GFRRY" 

LICENSING DENIAL BILL PAST SENATE 

PANEL BACKS BILL ON WASTES 

HAiAROOUS WASTES MtASURE HITS SNAG 

OPINION DIVIDES ON GUN CONTROL 

SEN. HANCOCK TO aE SPEAKER 

HANCOCK WANTS DOT MONITORED 

CHILD SEAT BILL OK'O If SENATE 

TIME EBBS FOR SUNSET COMMISSION 

PLAYING WORD Ga'-ES 

RALEIGH wRAP-uP: HOW YOUR LEGISLATORS 

I rRESHMEN HAD IMPACT ON SESSION 

HANCOCK ON COMMI SSION 

HANCOCK NAMED TO PANEL 

manOICaPPEO class PROPOSAL OPPOSED 

HANCOCK APPOINTED TO 80AR0 

HANCOCK 10 SERVE ON bOARD 

DURHAM LEGISLATORS URGE SHORT SESSION 

SEN. HANCOCK NAMED TO NEW SUNSET PANEL 

ROYALL, hunt differ on main ISSUES 

HANDEL, FRANKLIN DR. 

PLANNED PARENTHOOD MISREPRESENTED 

HANDLER, PHILIP DR. 

PRESIDENT HONORS OUKE PROFESSOR 

So^^t^?. f„'''''E CHOICE FOR TOP SCIENCE AWARD 

DR. PHILIP HANDLER DIES 

OR. HANDLER, DUKE SCIENTIST, DIES 

OR. HANDLE.* DIES 

HANES, J, GORDON JR. I W INS TON- S AL EM ) 

ART MUSEUM PANEL MEMBER SAYS AGREEMENT REACHED TO FIRE FIRM 
MANES, R. PHILIP I WINSTON-SALEMI 

NOTED PATRON TO ADDRESS ARTS COUNCIL 

HANES: ARTS CAN AID CITY 

HANES: INVESTING IN ARTS CAN REDEVELOP INNER CITY 
HANEY, ARTHUR F. OR. 

OUKE MEDICAL DIVISION GFTS NEW DIRECTOR 

DEPARTMENT GETS NEW CHIEF 

HANEY, OOELL GRAYSON ( IHOMA SVI LLE I 

FIVE MEN ARE CmasGEO AFTER RANDOLPH RAIDS 
HANFORD, GEORGE 

BOARD PLANS CURRICULUM 

HANKS, JOHN ROY I H ILL SPOROUGH, N.C.I 
OBITUARY 

MANLEY, JOHN W. 

REYNOLDS DIRECTOR ELECTED 

HANNAH, BARRY 

SADNESS AND SIN ABOUND IN GOOD SOUTHERN WRITING 
HANNON, MARTHA 



VOTED ON The issues 



H 2 


3/25/81 A 




N M2'. 


S 2 


8/25/81 a 




N F30 


S 2 


8/23/81 C 




N F30 


S 2 


8/31/81 C 




N DOS 


S 2 


9/01/81 e 




N F30 


S 2 


9/02/81 A 




N DOS 


H 2 


9/15/81 A 




P N W2A 


S 2 


9/15/81 a 




N 008 


S 2 


9/19/81 C 




N DOB 


H 2 


9/30/81 C 




N V05 


S 2 


10/13/81 B 




N 00 8 


S 2 


10/22/81 C 




N 008 


S 2 


11/02/81 C 




N F30 


H 2 


11/10/81 A 


1 1 


N 


S 2 


11/16/81 A 




P N U57 


H 2 


11/17/8 8 




P N V05 


H 2 


12/01/8 a 




N 


H 2 


12/02/S B 




N X 19 


H 2 


12/03/81 A 


18 


N V05 


H 2 


12/0<./ni E 




N V05 


S 2 


u/ot/ai A 


10 


N 008 


H 2 


12/05/81 C 




N V05 


H 2 


12/06/81 




E 


S 2 


12/09/81 A 




N DOB 


H 2 


12/15/81 b 




N V05 


S 2 


12/15/81 E 




N 


S 2 


12/15/81 B 




N DOB 


H 2 


9/2<./81 B 




N F78 


H 2 


10/15/81 A 


1<. 


N F78 


S 2 


11/10/81 B 




P N S33 


H 2 


5/05/81 A 


9 


N 


S 2 


5/15/81 A 




N K90 


H 2 


5/20/«l A 




E 


H 2 


6/03/81 A 




N esi 


S 2 


6/03/81 A 




N K90 


H 2 


6/18/81 A 




N F78 


H 2 


6/25/81 A 




N F78 


H 2 


7/15/81 A 




N F78 


S 2 


7/15/81 C 




N sa3 


H 2 


3/08/81 A 




N F78 


S 2 


8/08/81 A 




N 


H 2 


3/30/81 


1 1 


P N F78 


S 2 


9/11/81 A 




L 


H 2 


9/2<,/ai B 




N F78 


H 2 


11/09/81 B 




U 5 36 


H 2 


12/2<./81 B 


10 


F F78 


H 2 


12/24/81 B 


l". 


N B8I 


H 2 


12/31/81 A 


5 


L 


H 2 


12/30/81 A 


1 


N ASA 


S 2 


12/30/81 C 


1 


N 



H 2 12/06/81 E 1 1 P N 



S 2 12/18/81 C 10 
H 2 12/19/81 C «. 



H 2 9/25/81 B 1 F A54 



H 2 


5/02/81 


n 




N 




H 2 


5/08/81 


r 






051 


H 2 


5/16/81 


B 


10 


N 




S 2 


6/0'./81 


A 




N 


n57 


H 1 


6/18/81 


H 




N 




H 2 


6/20/81 


B 




N 




H 2 


7/01/81 


( 




N 


G5 3 


H 2 


7/04/81 


A 






r,53 


S 2 


7/06/81 


A 




F 




H 2 


7/19/81 


A 


10 


N 


ns3 


H ? 


7/19/81 


n 


1 p 


F 


G53 


b 2 


8/11/81 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


8/1 3/81 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


8/28/81 


(' 


7 P 


N 


W?<. 


H 2 


9/18/81 


A 


in p 


N 




S 2 


9/21/ai 


A 




N 




S 2 


9/2'./ai 


(■ 




N 


S33 


H 2 


9/30/81 


r 


5 P 


N 




H 2 


10/01/81 


A 




N 


G53 


H 2 


12/01/81 


A 


5 


L 





H 2 10/10/81 A 1 P N 

S 2 10/13/91 A 4 E 

S 2 12/29/81 A IPO 

H 2 12/30/81 a IPO 

S 2 12/30/Bl C 10 



H 2 11/25/81 A 8 N 



H 2 5/13/81 A 13 P N 

H 2 5/21/81 B 2 N P66 

S 2 5/21/81 C 1 P N 861 



H 2 6/16/81 A 15 N 
S 2 6/16/81 C 1 N 



H 2 9/04/81 A 13 
S 2 7/24/81 A 5 



N 



H 2 8/19/Bl All 

H 2 7/17/81 C 4 / N 
H 2 U/22/B1 3 V S36 



Q N T H L » / . N^N^U^.^L 



I N e X b y 

12/31/11 



N.C. lOENCr POQ-QTES ENERGY EfFICIENCY 
MiNSADOi RO&ER , „„, ^ 

i?S^rCH'iNGh''NnSEE""MaU USt TRENDS 

"'"^^il-irs'sJ^LEN AT APARTMENT 

HANSEN. SCOTT 

2 ROB PI 2ZA MAN 

MANSLEVi LEVEA RILEV 

obituary: MRS. LEVEA HANSLEY 

maROEE. i'UBOETTE J. "RS. 
09ITUAKY 

""°"ivE'oFFlC£R'fpi.!jN-':82 RACE FOR ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF 

HARDER. JON S. ICrtAFEL HILLI „,„„,^ 
DEVELOPERS UNHAPPY UITH PERMIT 
DEVELOPERS UNHAPPY OVER PERMIT 

HAROESTT. ELIJAH DEON JR. 

obituary: ELIJAH HAROESTY 

HAROie. SCOTT laURLINOTONl 

TWO HIKERS FEARED SLAIN 

HAROIE. Thomas 0. ihENOERSON) 

YOUNG AND HARDIE FILE FOR HENDERSON MAYOR 

HARDIN. C. B. "BUCK" (GREENSBOROI 

nIc. OIL JOBBERS SELECT OFFICERS 

HAPOIN. M. y. 

ANGELIC hHITE LIGHTS 

•^""'iSfHjIinEs'tESS^SnoR WOMEN ESCAPEES 

HARDISON. HAROLO (SENATOR! ,„.,,., .^_. 
ACCUSATIONS MADE OVER COASTAL ACT 
HUNT SAYS HE SOUGHT ACTION TO PRESERVE ACT 

pISel^s'critks^Jy'p^litics influence pollution permits 
brief session puts power in back room 

"'""'jOrJeR^hSrT AFTER BEING CAUGHT IN MACHINE 
DOCTORS AT DUKE REATTACH WOMAN'S SCALP 

HAPDY, JOSEPHINE 

IEaChER RETIRES 

HAROY.^NORA^C^CLYOE_^^^^^ TIME AGO" ON CHRISTMAS EVE 

HARDY. WAYNE 

STRONG HOLIDAY SEASON SEEN ,,,„„. ,.,,.., 

SEMINAR TO HELP MERCHANTS BATTLE SHOPLIFTING ^.,^,.,„^ 
DURHAM MERCHANT PREDICTS HOLIDAY SALES TO BE EXCELLENT 
SEMINAR SET FOR MERCHANTS 

HABOT. WILLIAM M. 

REVIEWER WAS WRONG 

HARE. WALTER J. 

PROPERTY TAKEN FROM CAR 

HARE. WES 

jOCCA hEAO resigns POST 
JOCCA DIRECTOR IS DISMISSED 
GROUP FIRES DIRECTOR 

HARKLESS. EDWARD 

RULING OELAYEO ON EXTRADITION 

HARMER. SARAH 

FARFOUR BAGS TENNIS CROWN 
ECTA WINNERS 

HARMS. IHELMA OR. 

SNACKS: THEY CAN RE NUTRITIOUS 
COCKING CAN BE KID STUFF 

HARP. GEORGE E. „, „ „, 

INMATE SHUNS LIE DETECTOR ON ESCAPE PLOT 

HARPER. CLtH REV. 
OBITUARY 

HARPER. JERRY E. REV. , . 

SOCIAL PROBLEMS NEED MORE CHURCH HELP 

HARPER. MARGARET ^_ ,„,„ 

UNC TRUSTEE ELECTION SPURS CONTROVERSY 
■OMAN RAPS ALL-MALE UNC TRUSTEE ELECTION 

HARPER. SAM DEE AND LONIE 

HARPERS CELEBRATE 61ST 

MARRELL. CARLTON 

fORUM AIRS LEADERS' VIEWS 

HARRELLi JOHN 0. SR . 

DURHAM GENERAL RE- ACCREO I TED 

""""^IN°PRAispQF'GOATsT''RAISING TOGGENBURGS IS HARDWORKING FUN 

HARRELSON. JOHN DR. _ , , 

TALK WILL DEAL WITH COMMON BACK PROBLEMS 

HARRILL. JONES (GASTONIAI 

BAPTIST LAYMAN WANTS BLACKS IN SCHOOL JOBS 

HARRINGTON. BRUCE 

SOLONS DELAY SCHOOL CHANGES 

HARRINGTON. J. J. "MONK" ISENATORI , „ 

BERTIE county: WHERE THE DEER AND THE DEMOCRATS PLAY 

HARRINGTON. JAMES 





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DATE C PG L P 9YL 


S 2 


B/l 1/el A 12 N 



5 2 9/D7/81 C 1 I" F "2 
S 2 12/18/61 CI G F30 



S 2 5/D5/81 C I N 

S 2 11/02/81 A 7 N 

H 2 6/26/81 A 12 

H 2 8/15/fll B 6 

H 2 S/n/Bl A 10 P N W36 



H 2 12/17/91 A 12 
S 2 12/18/81 A 10 



H 2 5/13/81 All 

H 2 9/n/ei A 16 N 

H 1 9/27/81 a 1 N 

H 2 10/21/91 All N 

H 2 12/21/91 A 4 L 

S 2 9/26/91 A 2 N 



H 2 10/08/91 A 1 P N 

H 2 10/0''/8l A 6 N 

S 2 lO/12/ni A 5 E 

H 2 10/17/91 AS N 

H 2 11/01/91 D 2 P F G53 



H 2 6/12/91 A 7 
H 2 6/13/91 A 10 



N 



S 2 10/12/81 C 5 P P M66 
H 2 12/27/31 E 2 P F S56 



S 2 10/05/91 C 1 N S83 

S 2 11/12/81 CI N S83 

S 2 U/13/91 A 1 N 583 

H 2 11/1<./81 A ID N 



H 2 12/07/81 A <. 

S 2 9/29/61 A 3 

H 2 6/13/81 B 1 

H 2 8/13/91 B 1 

S 2 a/13/81 A 13 

H 2 11/05/81 a 7 



H 2 7/13/61 a 2 P N 

S 2 7/13/81 10 P P R91 



H 2 9/17/81 C 1 P F S56 
S 2 10/10/81 A 5 F J06 



H 2 7/07/81 A 14 
H 2 lD/01/91 C 17 
S 2 10/24/81 A 4 



H 2 6/13/ai A 1 
S 2 6/15/91 C 3 



S 2 10/23/81 A 6 P F J06 

S 2 6/29/81 C 1 N 009 

H 2 5/24/81 A 22 P N 

H 2 6/21/81 £ 1 P F B30 

H 2 9/04/81 A 10 N 

H 2 12/01/61 A 6 N 

S 2 7/03/61 CI N 008 

H 2 12/13/81 C 9 N 



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INDEX 
12/31/81 



FATHER AnO son EXCHANGE ROLES AS IHEY AOJUST TO NEW LIFESTriES 

HARRINGTON, JJ2t|^J"|,(-„.^(;E HOLES AS THEY AOjUST TO NEW LIfESTYLES 

HARRINGTON, NEAL 

HE'S DOWN, euT OuN'T (OUNT HIM OUT 

HARRINGTON. NEIL 

HAN KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS: CAR STOLEN 
HAN REPORTS ROBBERY 

HARRIS. ALHA SCOTT 

jEaTMS and FUNERALS 

HARRIS, ANNE ICHAPEL HILLJ 

7 CHARGED IN CHAPEL MILL WITH ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS 

HARRIS, ANNIE "AE 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS, BARBARA ICAROLINA ACTION) 

A NEGATIVE APPROACH TO SEEKING TEEN JOBS 

HARRIS, BARBARA ANN 

.(OMAN TRIES TO HANG HERSELF IN DURHAM JAIL 
,3MAN CRITICAL AFTER HANGING 
PRISONER DIES IN HOSPITAL 
WOMAN DIES AFTER HANGING 
OBITUARY: BARBARA HARRIS 

HARRIS, BETTY LOU 
OBITUARY 



HARRIS, CALVIN BENNETT SR. 

QUESTIONS RAISED ON JUROR'S CHAT 
EDWARDS SEEKS HELP FROM SB I 

HARRIS, Charles j. 

FOLKS 4FQUN0 HERE: 



WITH THE CHURCH SET 



HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 



r»0 TRUCKS COLLIDE 



HARRIS. CHARLES REV. 
SPECIAL RIG 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: 

HARRIS, CLAIRE IROXBOROI 
POEM APPRECIATED 

HARRIS, CLAUOINE 

TWO PERSONS HURT ON 1-65 AS CAR, 

HARRIS. CLEVELAND SYLVESTER 
MAN PLEADS INNOCENT 

MAN PLEADS INNOCENT IN "URDER CASE 
MORE PSYCHIATRIC TESTS ORDERED FOR HARRIS 
JUDGE DENIES BID TO MOVE ACCUSED MAN 

HARRIS. E, H. JR. iGOLOSTON) 

GOLDSTON MAYOR SEEKS TERM 

HARRIS. ELTON ALEXANDER 

16-YEAR-OLD SENT TO PRISON IN ASSAULT. 
TEEN FACES 12 YEARS IN PRISON 

HARRIS. FANNY M. 

..OMAN SAYS PURSE TAKEN 
PURSE SNATCHING REPORTED 

HARRIS, FRANK A. (RALEIGH) 

NCSU HONORS FRANK HARRIS AS DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS 

HARRIS, GEORGIA MAE 

MAN Charged with kidnapping, assault 

»OMAN REPORTS ASSAULT 

210 MAN CHARGED IN ASSAULT 

2N0 MAN CHARGED wITH KIDNAPPING 

HARRIS. GLORIA 

DESPITE SOME BAD LUCK, 



THEFT. BURGLARY 



THEY SEE BRIGHT Future 



HARRIS. HAPOLO J. 

MORE MONEY ASKED FOR CHAPEL HILL ROADS 
HAIiRIS WINS SERVICE AWARD 

HARRIS, HtNKY ICHAPEL HILLI 

7 CHAP&EO IN Chapel hill with ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS 

HARRIS, JERRY L. 

CHANGE OF COMMAND 

HARRIS, JOHN LESTER I8ULL0CK, AL.I 

FBI SEEKS 3 IN ALLEGED SLAVERY PLOT 

FOUR MEN INDICTED IN SLAVERY CHARGES 

AUTHORITIES IN N.C. CITE DIFFICULTIES IN HANDLING MIGRANT LABOR 

SLAVERY SUSPECT ARRESTED 

POLICE ARREST MAN CHARGED IN SLAVERY CASE 

HARRIS. JOHN THOMAS "NICK- 
OBITUARY: JOHN "NICK" HARRIS 

HARRIS, JOSEPH WALLACE 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS, JULIA 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS, JULIA WYATT 

SORORITY ENDOWS SCHOLARSHIP TO HONOR FORMER FACULTY MEMBER 

HARRIS, LARRY WAYNE (ROUGEMONTI 
MAN JAKtO IN KOaSERY 
THIEF STRIKES TRAILER 

HARRIS. LOUIS (POLLSTER) 

U.S. ECONOMIC FRUSTRATIONS SHOULD NOT ELIMINATE FAITH 

HARRIS, MAGGIE TIMBERLAkE (BAHAMA) 
OBITUARY 



HARRIS. HATROY 

TOYOTA SETTLES W I T f 



HARRIS, MILTON G. 



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8/04/81 
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6/27/81 
11/21/81 
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9/19/81 



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MAR8IS TAKES «tr POST 

harris. nannette 

boaroingmouse fire called arson 

harris. ollie dickerson 

obituary: MRS. OLLIE D. HARRIS 

HARRIS. PEGGV 

POLICE REPORT IMO ARMED ROBBERIES 

PIPE ORGAN IS DONATED TO ELON COLLEGE 

HARRIS. SETH THOMAS 
OBI ruARY 

HARRIS. SYDNEY 

E'CITFMENT, NOT TORPOR 
WRITERS ANO FAIRY TALES 

HARRIS. THEODORE 

TEflAGER RtPjPIS MEN STOLE RADIO At GUNPOINT 

HARRIS. HYLIE 

IN SEARCH OF DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH 

HARRIS. WYNETTA 

9-YEA9-0LD GIRL IS STRUCK BY CAR 
GIRL IN HOSPITAL AFTER HIT BY CAR 

HARRISON. DORA EMMA VICK 

OBITUARY: MRS. OORA HARRISON 

HARRISON. FERD ( SCOTL ANO NECK I 
N.C. MAN IN LINE FOR POST 
N.C. MAN BECOMES ASSOCIATION LEADER 
HARRISON: STATE SUPPORT AIDED NATIONAL ASCENSION 
MUNICIPAL ORCANWATIGN ELECTS N.C. MAN 
HAVING 'The SIGHT STUFF' 

HARRISON. HALLIE CONNELL 
OBITUARY 

HARRISON, HERBERT 

N.C. TRUCK ORIvFR CHARGED 

HABRISOfl, JAMES U. OR. 

HARRISON IS NAMED DIRECTOR OF DIVISION 

HARRISON. MICHAEL ILOUISBURGI 

LOUISBURG YOuTh DIES OF INJURIES 

TEEN CHARGED IN FATALITY 

SIGNS AND HARNIN&S FAILED TO PREVENT FRANKLIN DEATH 

HARROP. ALLEN DR. 

■FRIENDLY" HOMICIDES: LIQUOR ANO CLOSE CONTACT 

HART. ANTONIO TONY 

TWO MEN ATTACK PEDESTRIAN 

MAN SURPRISES HOUSEWIFE 

•JURY- STILL OUT ON STATE'S NEW SENTENCING ACT 

HART. LEO 

HART STILL HURTS OVER 1970 LOSS AT OHIO STATE 

HART, NANCY (GEORGIA REV. fclAR HEROINEI 
THE RfVOLUTIONARY WAR UOMAN 

HARTLEY. WAYNE C. (HIGH POINT! 
OFFICER WON'T FACE CHARGES 

HARTMAN, CHARLES NELSON (NEWPORT NEWSI 

MAN DIES AFTER RESCUING TEEN-AGER FROM RIPTIDES 

HARTMAN, MARILYN 

DUKE OFFICIAL TO HEAD EDUCATION GROUP 
EDUCATION DOORS BECKON ADULTS 

HARTON, CLENNIE JONES 
OBI TUARY 

HARVEY, MICHAEL 

ROBBERY NETS THIEVES «18,0D0 

HARVIN, DAISY CALVIN 
OBITUARY 

HAPVIN, LOTTIE 

MS. MARVIN GIVEN TIME SERVED ON DRUG COUNT 

HARVIN PLEADS NO CONTEST TO CHARGE 

MS. HARVIN PLEADS GUILTY IN CHECK CASE 

HARVIN SENTENCING TOMORROW 

LOTTIE HARVIN GETS TWO-YEAR PRISON TERM 

HARVIN GETS 2-YEAR SENTENCE 

HARWARD. ALTON LEE 
OBITUARY 

HARWARD. DON 

DREAM COME TRUE: MAKING FISHING LURES FULFILLS HARWARD'S WISHES 
HARWARD, JUDY J. 

MS. HARWARD UNDECIDEU ABOUT SEEKING ELECTION 

SP^f^?l'6? 5*yS COUNCIL FRICTION REASON FOR CHANGES 

PLEDGER REMOVED OVER 'DIFFERENCES' 

MAYOR SERVES EVERYONE 

COUNCILMAN RAPS CITY MANAGER 

MRS. HARWARD TO RUN; BROWN WON'T 

HARWARD TO Run for COUNCIL 

MRS. HARWARD TO FILE 

J.*.5??9"9",;5!^ HARWARD FILE FOR SAME COUNCIL SEAT 

PUBLIC SAFETY CONCERNS CITY COUNCIL CANOIOAtI 

SPAULDING ENTERS COUNCIL RACE 

FIELD REMAINS SMALL IN DURHAM ELECTIONS 

FILING ENDS: 21 VIE FOR CITY OFFICES 

CANDIDATES WEEDING SELVES OUT 

TOM CAMPBELL LEADS IN GIFTS 

■iStll/^itT^So^'!' °'' SEASONS FOR DELAY OF ANNEXATION VOTE 

JENKINS' TREASURER MISSES FILING DEADLINE 

JUOY HARWARD FOR CITY COUNCIL 

CANDIDATES: SERVICES EXTENSION BOON TO CITY 

i'^XS"i°^°'^^^ OPPOSE REGULATING CONVERSIONS 

f!f!2!2*JI5-'/"*'"'" NEEDED IN CITY'S TAX BASE 

CANDIDATES IN TUESDAY'S PRIMARY GIVE V I Ew S ON ISSUES 

JUDY HARWARD FOR CITY COUNCIL »1CW5 UN liSUtS 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYl 

S J 7/07/Bl 6 6 N 

H 2 11/15/81 C I P N 

H 2 S/l'./Sl A 22 N 

S 2 8/05/81 C 1 N 

H 1 6/23/ei B 1 N 

H 2 11/05/81 C 15 



M 2 7/0H/81 A 5 
H 2 11/24/81 A 4 



H 2 6/06/Sl B 1 N 

H 2 8/20/81 D I P F M71 



H 2 10/19/ni All N 
S 2 10/19/81 C 2 N 



H 2 5/18/91 B 6 



H 1 5/09/BI C 1 N 

H 1 7/17/81 a 1 P N 

S 2 12/01/81 B 1 N K90 

H 2 12/03/81 A 20 N 

5 2 12/05/81 A i, E 



H 2 7/18/81 A 2 1 
H 1 5/12/81 B 1 N 
S 2 5/13/81 A 8 N 



1 10/27/81 B 1 N 
1 10/29/81 8 1 N 
1 10/30/81 B 1 N L30 



H 2 5/16/81 A 4 E 



S 2 b/Zb/ei A 7 N 
S 2 10/05/81 C 1 N 
H 2 12/16/81 B I N B5I 



S 2 9/09/81 D 1 P F D18 

H 2 6/27/81 A <. E 

S 2 10/1<./81 C 18 N 

S 2 a/28/Bl A I N 



H 2 5/15/81 C 8 N 
H 2 9/08/81 3 P F 



H 2 lD/2<./81 All 

S 2 6/15/81 C 1 N 

H 2 9/01/81 A 12 Q 

N 
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5/09/81 
5/12/81 
6/17/81 
6/17/81 
6/19/31 
6/19/81 


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A 
C 
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B 
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5 
10 

1 

10 

1 

5 


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10/10/81 


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9 



8/02/81 B 11 P F W60 



H 2 


5/07/91 


R 




P 


N 


S ? 


6/26/81 


A 






N 054 


H ? 


6/27/81 


A 






N W36 


S 2 


7/07/81 


A 






L 


S 7 


8/25/81 


R 






N K90 


H 2 


a/28/81 


H 




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N W36 


S ? 


a/28/81 


r 






N 


H 7 


8/31/81 


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N 


S 7 


8/31/81 


A 




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N K90 


S 


9/01/81 


A 






N K90 


S 7 


9/01/81 


H 






N 


H 2 


9/03/81 


R 






N 


H 2 


9/05/81 


r 




P 


N W36 


H 7 


9/28/91 


A 






N S51 


H 2 


9/30/81 


B 






N S51 


S 7 


9/30/81 


A 




P 


N K90 


S 2 


9/30/81 


c 






N K90 


H 2 


9/30/81 


A 


14 


r 


A 


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10/01/81 


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N K90 


S 


10/02/81 


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N K90 


S 2 


10/03/81 


A 






N K90 


H 2 


10/04/81 


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mVOK SECOND IN VOTE COUNT 

CLOUD UATChEKS OuTNUMBEB POLL WATCHERS ON •SLOW OAY 

CAMPBELL NOT YET SU«E OF NARO 1 OPPOrjENT 

HARWARO LEAD IS 200 

•79 ELECTION fO^CE LACKS FOCUS IN '81 

CANOinATES SPAR OVER DOWNTOWN OEVELOPHENT 

CROUP BACKS CANDIDATES 

GROUP ENOORSES 5 CITY CANDIDATES 

MEET IhE CANDIDATES - l- THE WARD 1 RACE 

YARBROUCh tlACKS MRS. HARWARO 

YARBRHUGH BACKS HARWARO 

»ARD I HOPEFULS VARY ON HOUSING 

RODENHlZtR. MARKHAM CLASH AT FQSOM 

SLOAN: DURHAM MOVING SIDEWAYS. NOT FORWARD 

ONE ANSWER TO A GOOD COUNCIL: VOTE HARWARO 

RELIGIOUS GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES IN <. RACES 

WHO 00 YOU WANT ON YOUR CITY COUNCIL? 

MAYOR. COUNCIL CANDIDATES FACE THE ISSUES 

JUDY HARWARD 

BLACKS. LIBERALS PUT FOUR ON CITY COUNCIL 

ENDORSEMENTS. TURNOUT KEYS IN COUNCIL RACES 

APPRECIATION EXPRESSED I AOVERT I SEMENT 1 

HARWOOD. BRUCE I STATE HIGHWAY PATROLl , , 

HIGHWAY PATROLMAN GETS CONCUSSION IN BEATING 

HASH. JOEL LEE IWYTHEVILLE. VA.) 

N.C. POLICE SEEK MAN DECLARED INSANE 

HASKINS. ALICE MAE 

WOMAN ARRESTED ON MARIJUANA CHARGE 

HASKINS. MICHAEL T. 
OBITUARY 

HATALSKY. MORRIS 

MATALSKY^S 65 EARNS l-STROKE ADVANTAGE 
HATALSKY WAITING FOR DAM TO BREAK? 
HATALSKY FIRES 63. LEADS PATE 
HATALSKY CAPTURES •HALL^ GOLF 

CHANGES TO GREENS have RAISED SCORES 

HaTCHELL. CLYDE "MARTY" 

SOFTBALL PLAYER FILES SUIT OVER RULES 

JUDGE EXTENDS ORDER ON LEE SOFTBALL PLAY 

LEE SOFTBALL PLAY RESUMES BUT CONTROVERSY NOT OVER 

haThERLY. PAVID G, 

COUNCIL APPROVES LYNNHAV6N SITE 

HATTEN. ROY 

HAITEN TO BE SPEAKER 

NAUGHT. WILLIAM L. (LANCE C PL . I 

MARINE GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR SLAYING 

HAUSER. MARVIN F. 

DAMAGE IS HEAVY TO GARAGE 

HAVAS. KATO 

VIOLINIST WILL CONDUCT CLASS AT UNC 

HAVEARO. PHILLIP ALAN (GAINESVILLE. FLA.l 
AGENTS RELEASE RAID NAMES 
SIX ARRESTED IN ORUG RAID ARE CHARGED 
BONDS SET AT II MILLION 
BONOS SET FOR 6 DRUG SUSPECTS 

HAVELY. ROBERT S. 

DUKE NAMES CARTER AIDE TO POSITION 

HAVENER. DANIEL L. 

DOT RELIEVES MAN OF DUTIES 
FAIR TREATMENT? 

HAVE'IER. TOM 

ORANGE DA NAMES ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE 

HAVERLANO, LARRY 

EDUCATORS HAV": TROUBLE VERIFYING DRUG USE 

HAWKINS. JAMES R. 

KEEPING NURSES GOAL FOR DURHAM HOSPITAL 

HAWKINS* JANIE C. 
OBITUARY 

HAWKINS. LEO DR. 

FOUR GENERATION FAMILIES FACE UNIQUE CHALLENGES 

HAWKINS. MICHAEL KEITH 

DRUG CASES AGAINST OuO DISMISSED 
JUDGE DISMISSES DRUG CHARGES 

HAWKINS. OLIN n. 

3 FORMER BANKERS INDICTED 

FORMER BANK. PRESIDENT GETS 1-YEAR SENTENCE 

2 EX-OFFICERS OF BANK GIVEN PRISON TERMS 

HAWKINS, SCOTT ANO VIRGINIA 

NESTLE BEHAVIOR -IMMORAL' 

MAWLEY. FRSNCES ELLINGTON 

obituary: MRS. FRANCES HAWLEY 

HAYOEN. SAM ANO JANIE (CHATHAM. VA.) 
DUKE HOSPITAL SPECIAL 

MAYDT. EARL (READING. PA.l 

CABLEVISION officials pledge IMPROVEMENTS 

HAYES. BILLY F. (TOwNSFND, DE.l 
OBITUARY 

HAYES. BROOKS 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

HAYESf CHRISTINE 
HONORED 

HAYES. ESTHER 
OBI TUARY 

HAYES. HENRY 

RULES wiLL PRtNG MORE PAPERWORK 

CUTS AFFECT FEW DURHAM FOOD STAMP RECIPIENTS 















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10/08/ai 








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9/28/81 


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6/02/81 

6/o<./ai 

6/09/ai 


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N 
N 
N 


M27 
M27 
M27 


H 


2 


10/20/81 


c 


1 


N 


S5l 


S 


2 


10/15/81 


c 


1 


N 




H 


2 


5/28/Bl 


A 


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N 




s 


2 


8/19/81 


A 


5 


N 




s 


2 


6/2<./ai 


c 


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S 1 a/17/81 

H 2 3/ia/ai 

s 2 a/19/ei 

H 2 3/20/ai 



c 1 

A 10 

C 1 

C 9 



N 

N U57 



H 2 12/18/81 A 8 P N 



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H 2 


6/12/81 
6/15/ai 




1 
4 


N 
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H 2 


9/16/81 




1 3 


N 




S 2 


6/15/Bl 




1 


N 


009 


H 2 


11/13/81 




8 


N 


W24 


H 2 


12/16/81 




6 







H 2 


12/21/91 




9 


N 




H 2 
S 2 


a/i<./ei 
a/14/91 




12 
1 1 


N 
N 


151 


H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


7/28/81 
10/16/81 
10/17/81 




8 

2 

15 


N 
N 
N 




H 2 


10/30/91 




4 


L 




H 2 


6/05/ai 




10 







H 2 


9/24/ai 




4 


L 




S 2 


12/02/81 




1 


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H 2 


11/02/81 




3 







S 2 


a/15/81 




13 


R 




H 2 


5/18/Bl 




6 P 


P 


R91 


H 2 


11/01/81 




2' 







S 2 
S 2 


6/15/81 
11/25/91 




1 
1 


N 
N 


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F30 



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12/31/81 



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HAYfcS, JEFF 

HAYES nAU*ITFO BY PhEP REPUTATUN 

SURVIVAL I'l Chapel hill 

HAYES, JERRY avCHE 
3I>1TUARY 

MAYcS, KENNETH L- ICHAPEL HILLI 
VAN'S CONTENTS DRA^J ARREST 
THREE IN VAN ARE CHARGED 

HAYES, LAURA 

TV STATION TO SIGN ON 

CHANNEL Z2 PLANS FIRST SHOH TODAY 

HAYESf MARGARET 

family affair 

hayes. marjopie cape green 
obituary: harjorie haves 

hayes. nellie mae fouler 

obituary: mrs. nellie f. hayes 

hayes, pat 

hayes' college serving as host for division iii 
0a8er. hayes still strong 

hayes, rutherford 'i. 

an assassin's alteration of history 

hayes, rutherford p., presidential library 

presidential libraries attractive to tourists 

hayes. tom 

holding doan the hot corner 

tom mayes' play speaks for itself 

HAYES. TOMMY 

SELUCTANT ROOKIE GETS SHOT ON DAY THAT TOBACCO'S KING 

HAYES, WILLIAM HENRY JR. ( MEBAN6 I 
ALAMANCE MAN KILLED IN CRASH 

MAYES, KILL IE CHAKl E' 

<. ARRESTED FOR IHUGS 

4 ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID 

HAYES. MOODY 

HAYES CONSPICUOUSLY ABSENT FROM BUCKEYE FOOTBALL FAMILY 

HAYNES. BARTON F. DR. 

DUKE RESEARCHER HELPS DEVELOP TEST FOR CANCER 

HAYNES, RICHARD DR. 

COUNTY FIGURES DISPUTE CENTER'S TEACHER STUDY 

HAYNIE. SANDRA 

SANDRA HAYNIE OVERCOMES MORE THAN HEflREDON RIVALS 

HAYSWOOO. J. ALICE 8. 

VOLUNTEER PROGRAM IS INTERESTING. HELPFUL 

HAYMARD. HELENE 

PUNISH THE LITTERERS 

HAYBARO. JACK I H I L L SP OR OUGH | 
BUDGET BLUES 

HAYhARD. THOMAS e. ADMIRAL 

ADMIRAL wILL SPEAK AT OUKE TOMORROW 
ADMIRAL TO SPEAK AT DUKE TONIGHT 
admiral: U.S. FACES PERIOD OF 'HIGH RISK' 

HAYmOOD, JOHN JUNIOR 

BREAK-IN CHARGES ARE FILED 

HAZEL. JAMES SAMUEL 
OBITUARY 

HAZEL. PHIL 

NOH HE'S AN OFFICIAL HERO 

HAZEL. ROBERT 

HAZEL'S CAREER OFF THE GROUND AGAIN 

HEAD. UILLIAH 

SOME OLD. SOME NEH: CIAA COACHES TRADE BARBS, PREDICTIONS 

HEAFNER, VANCE 

TOURNEY LIKELY EJRNS TOUR SPOT 

HEARD, ALEXANDER 

HEARD SPEAKS ON ELECTIONS 

HEARNS. THOMAS 
A CLASSIC 

HEATER, ROBERT 

'PAY-BACK' AGREEMFNT PROPOSED FOR RUNWAY 
BOARD MAPS PLAN TO SELL ROU TAX DISTRICT 
AIRPORT'S PROMOTION PANEL SAYS ad AGENCY NEEDED 

HEATH. MILTON 

LAWMAKING LAWYERS DECREASING IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

HEATHERLY, CHARLES 

TRAVEL TOURISM DIRECTOR APPOINTED 
GROUP TRAVEL TO BE FOCUS OF STATE'S AOS 

HEPERLING, PAUL LOUIS IHOLLYWOOD, FLI 

JUDGE ORDERS FIVE MEN RELEASED IN DRUG CASE 

HE?cRI, LIONEL 

The SENIORS: 0VER-50 TOUR OFFERS SOUCHAK COMPETITION AND OLD FRIENDS 

HECK, DOROTHY MAE 
OBITUARY 

HECKEL, ROBERT CLIFFORD 

DURHAM COUNTY YOUTHS CHARGED IN FOUR BREAK-INS 

HEDGES, INEZ K. 

REVIEWER ABUSED THE ROLE OF CRITIC 

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FINANCES LOW 
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GRADUATION SPFAKER CHOSEN 

GOP AIMS AT HEFNER, 8TH DISTRICT 

TEACHERS 'FLUNK' 7 N.C. CONGRESSMEN 

ELBECH, EMILE IChaPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 



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"^'"'""sTUOYfTRAINED TEACHERS CAN INTERPRET TEST SCORES 
SCORES AID INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS 

HELLMERS, MARY LOUISE H0FEDIT2 
OBITUARY 



HELMS, JFSSE 

^EMCCPATS CAN'T MATCH REAGAN'S 
SILL GIVING JISCUUNT FOR CASH 
LOGJAM ON FORFICN POLICY 'lOMIN 
FGO^^ STAMP 'nCRKFAPF' OK'O 
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TOUGHER ABORTION RULES PASS SE 
GROUP URGES GAS TAX REFERENDUM 
'HELMS DEAL' MAY END DIPLOMATS 
JOHN EAST/NORTH CAROLINA CON&B 
HELMS SUBMITS 3 N.C. NAMES FOP 
HELMS SAID SUPPORTING 3 FOR AT 
HELMS SPONSORS BILL ON SUBSIDY 
CONGRESSIONAL CONSERVATIveS CH 
HUNT BACKER ATTACKED IN MAlLiN 
BAKER TIREO JF HELMS DELAY OF 
TV MOST TRIED 10 MOCK SFN. JES 
mElms 'WIThORAwS' CROCKER OPPO 
OFFICIALS RAP HELMS NOMINEE 
HfLMS STILL HOLDING UP ONE NOM 
BREAKFAST TO HELP HOBBY 
mEl"S PUSHES FCR DEEPER CUTS I 

senat; approves changes, large 
hobby's backers warn of attack 
hel'<s called demagogue in busi 
helms' abortion bill should be 
sen. helms to be speaker at le 
settlement seen favorable to u 
helms vs. donahue 
jesse- reagan's mccarthy of ju 
helms raps delay in unc settle 
helms made racist remark 
jesse helms democrats' time bo 
anti-busing forces fail to enc 
cartoon a slap in face 
helms vague on court nominee 
food stamp plan mireo in helms 
right but ill-timeo 
tobacco program kill seen way 
washington hears durham's need 
meeting with helms 'oown home' 
reasoning flawed 
helms asks fop offerings to he 
delegation enthusiastic about 

JIM C JESSE show: RIVALS TEAMI 
CAPE haTTERAS LIGHTHOUSE (CARI 
HELMS URGES LOW VISIBILITY ON 
HUNT WANTS 10 STUOY SENATE BIL 
THE FEDERAL FOOD STAMP PU22LEM 
AN UNFAIR AT'ACK ON TOBACCO LA 
HELMS ASSAILS BROOKLYN REP., 
JIM, JESSE SEE The LIGHT 
GOP AIMS AT HEFNER, 8TH OISTRI 
HELMS PROTECTING THE PLANTS (C 
LIGHTHOUSE'S FATE RESTS WITH N 
HELMS A LIABILITY TO EMERGING 
SEN. HELMS VISITS inSACCO MARK 
CONGRESSIONAL CLUB RAISES »?.5 
AMBASSADOR NOMINEE IS SUPPORTE 
CAMPBELL PROFESSOR "if BE AMBA 
SENATOR'S PUNCHES LAND BELOW T 
EAST-HELMS PERSONAL ATTACKS IN 
HELMS SAYS REMARKS 'INAPPROPRI 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: IT WAS A JO 
HUNT, HELMS JOIN ON LIGHTHOUSE 
LIGHTHOUSE CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED 
REALIZING A MISTAKE 
KEEPERS OF THE LIGHT 
HELMS IS ON COVER OF TIME MAG4 
REPUBLICAN RAPS CONGRESSIONAL 
TOBACCO: whERF THERE'S SMOKE, 
STRANGE OEOFEILOWS INDEED 
SEN. HELMS DOUBTFUL OF PROGRAM 
HUNT BLAMES GOP FOR PEANUT VDT 



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FARM LQBbY MEL 
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SENATORS URGE 
HALT IS URGED 
HELMS JANTS AS 
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TEACHERS -FLUN 



INAIED FOR U.S. ATTORNEY POSITION 
ABOPTIuN DRIVE LIKE CIVIL RIGHTS 
AP CLAIMS ON TOBACCO 
PS SAVE LEAF PROGRAM 
KS PARTISAN REMARKS 
REAGAN 

funoerburk's confirmation 
says committee hill ok ambassador nominee 
tohard helms ovfr campaign 
m bill this week 
can 'out of his mind* 
omination approved by senate panel 
aise sadat for his efforts at peace 

ervativf groups use helms in national fund-raising drives 
s policies cruel 
halt is urged 
tamp fraud 

? temocrats 
owing down to five candidates 
aisf vote on awacs 
rticle on helms 

hunt slight edge for u.s. senator 
plaint filed against helms 
ear more of costs for its defense 
el may save section 0= peanut program 
r relaxation of health laws 
helms to raise money 

agency probed 
opponents renew statewide campaign 
option issue seen growing in n.c. 

PAir-N LAUNCHED 

S WARY OF ACTION BY HELMS' FOES 

BACK BENNETT FOR U.S. POST 

ERS ENDORSEMENT 

LARS CHOSEN WITHOUT REGARD TO POLITICS 

ES POLITICS , ,, 

ECuTon CRITICIZES HELMS. EAST 

IGHTING TEXTILE IMPORTS 

UT AT COX 

ports cut textile jobs 

paign gets additional backers 

link too expensive 

hel''S" i-<.o remark 

cking from demo party chief 

s face the necessity for change 

t-touch cuba pol icy 

abc to air documentary 

to grain sales 

surances from humanities nominee 

ce partisan fight for humanities post 

k' 7 n.c. congressmen 



HELMS. PARKS IREP.) 

YOUNG DEMOS OPPOSE ".-YEAR ASSEMBLY TERMS 
POSSIBILITY RISES OF DELAYING N.C. PRIMARIES IN 

HELSLEY, RUTH E. 

TWO CRITICAL AFTER PLANE CRASHES ON TAKEOFF 
PROFESSORS HURT IN CRASH 
PILOT OF CRASHED PLANE DIES 
PLANE CRASH VICTIM DIES 

HELTON. ROBERT L. ICHAPEL HILLI 

VAN'S CONTENTS DRAW ARREST 
THREE IN VAN ARE CHARGED 

HEMMENSf JEAN ANN 

PURE COLOR: A DECORATOR'S DREAM 

HEMMER, JOHN (PINEHURST) 

N.C. PHOIOGRAHPER DIES 
EX-PHOTOGRAPHER HEMMER. a"), DIES 

HENDERSON, FLOSSIE REED 

OBITUARY: MRS. FLOSSIE HENDERSON 

HENDERSON, J. J. "BABE" 

NIXON LIBRARY VIEWED AS ASSET 

HENOERSON, JOHNNY PARKS (HAHP TONV IL LE I 
MAN GETS THREE LIFE SENTENCES 

HENDERSON, JOSEPH 

lO-YEAR-OLD WINS SUMMER READING AWARD 
HOME RUNS IN READING 

HENDERSON, MATILDA JENKINS 
OBITUARY 

HENOERSON, R. JAMES 

RATES DELAY BUDGET VOTE 

HENDERSON, VIOLET CHILDRESS 
OBITUARY 

HENOON, WILLI*" (ASMEVILLEI 
TEACHERS 'FLUNK' 7 N.C. 

HENOBICK, JIM 

HONEY DEMOCRATS' CONCERN 

HENDRICKS, J. EDWIN OR. 

WINNER OF DAVIE AWARD 

hENGSEN, LOWFLL W. 

VIRGINIA MAN KILLED ON WAY TO FUNERAL 

HENRY, KATHARINE nALEICHl 

THREE CHARGED IN CAR BURNING 

HENSLEY, LIOA 

GREENSBORO WOMAN SUES CHURCH FOR 



CONGRESSMEN 



'MENTAL ANGUISH' 



HENSLEY, PAUL DOYLE (CHICOPEE, HISS. I 

SERGEANT PLEADS GUILTY TO EXPLOSIVES CHARGE 

MENSON. JEFFREY WAYNE 

MANSLAUGHTER HEARING SLATED 
HENSON FACES COUNTS IN DEATHS 

HEPBURN, KATHARINE 

DEPRESSION: A LITTLE HUMOR HELPS 

HEPINSTAIL, JEFFREY 

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12/25/81 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 


12/28/81 


a 


1 


P 


N 




H 2 


12/30/ai 


A 


ID 


P 


N 




H 2 


11/15/81 


A 


7 




N 




H 2 


12/11/Bl 


A 


1 




N 





H 2 6/06/81 A 1 N E'.6 

S 2 6/06/81 A 3 N 

S 2 6/08/81 C 1 N M0« 

H 2 6/08/81 B 1 N 



S 2 3/22/ai A 3 
H 2 8/23/81 A 10 



H 2 5/10/ai E 1 P F SS6 



S 2 10/07/81 5 
H 2 10/08/81 A 23 



H 2 5/23/81 B 9 

H 2 a/30/ei A 1 P N 

S 2 9/01/81 B 7 N 



H 2 a/D6/8l A 13 P N 
S 2 a/Q8/ai A 4 E 



H 2 9/13/81 A 20 

S 2 6/16/81 CI N 05', 

H 2 9/03/81 A 16 

H 2 12/30/81 A 10 P N 

H 2 9/04/81 B 1 N B51 

H 2 6/28/81 3 P P 

H 2 5/27/81 A 9 

H 1 12/2<./ei B 1 N 

H 2 8/23/81 A 16 N 

H 2 12/17/81 A 6 N 



H 2 U/2<,/81 A 11 
S 2 11/24/81 A 11 



H 2 9/19/81 A <. 
H 2 7/12/81 A 23 



N 
N 

U W09 

N 



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MONTHLY/AN 



INDEX 
12/31/81 



PAGE tb 
l/U/82 



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""lSS^'«?^^°5.^JIJ?,SirSS'^S, = S.N0US.«. DISPUTE. 
"ek""}: EWIOOMMENTAL CONCERNS UMfOUNDEO 
jSEicV^"i'5lci?l8SrSSS'.°ES:'A"|S«VEY OF HOLIDAY -ISHES 

"^""stIdy^eJtEP leader RESIGNS 

H6RBIN. THOMAS LARRY I RLE AS AN TV I L LE ■ N.J.I 
ROBBERY SUSPECT SHOT 

HERBSI. PAUL SAUYEO ^„.,, 
obituary: PAUL 5. HER6ST 

HERBST. STUART KARL 
OBITUARY 

"^"^^GU^'blIsT injures 3 INS'OE, )'»;',,„, 
LOVE GUILTY ON 1 COUNT IN SHOOTING 

""■''cAligoi8'"pS^???'cHIEf HURT IN T.a-CAR WRECK 

MERLINGER. »»^»2J ,,, 5„,,_f ^0 BRIGHTEN KONDAV 

HERLINGERt TINA 

CONOOS NO ASSET 

HEPMAN - GIOOENS. "ARCIA 

EDITORIAL AN AFPRONT 

"^"''*S?ficig''s3i;Eii"0?i,''?0LL0WING SHOOTING 

HERNANDEZ. «IC^j;^^EARCH. SON FOUND IN JAIL ^ _,^,^^^ 
SHE SEARCHED FGR HER SON, FOUND HIM IN N.C. PRISON 

HEBNDON, BP 

FAMILY AFFAIR 



OR ELSE 



""NOON.^CLAIRI -;,^,^^^j „p, „^,, „, UP. 
hERNOON kINS FIGHT AGAINST CITY 

HERNDON, ELIZAPETh DAVIS 
OBITUARY 

HERNOON, VERNON JR. 

THREE ARRESTED IN STORE ERcAK-IN 

"^"""^ael-SoAMING OOGS PLAGUE DURHAM OESPITE LEASH LA,J 
PIGEONS NOT »ANTED AT BRICHTLEAF 

HERRING, 0. P. JR. IJUDGEI 

ASSAULT CONVICTION SET ASIDE 
SHANN GETS ^EM TRIAL 
NEk TRIAL BEGINS IN ASSAULT CASE 
MAN GETS MEU TRIAL IN ASSAULT CASE 
TRIAL CONTINUES IN ASSAULT CASE 
AUTHORITIES CAN GIVE HAN ORUGS 

HERRING, FRANK D. 

STUDIO D Ort'JER ACQUITTED 

herr ing cleared 
herring, j. harold jr. i mount olive i 

j'SScIe" c'nli^'lEicS'ikSSRN? club stronger after JAMSCAM 

PLEA BARGAIN DELAYS TRIALS OF EX-JAYCEES 

HERRING, RUSTY 

RUSTY HERRING'S ALWAYS ON THE BALL 

HERRING, ». DALLAS (ROSE HILLI 

UNC HONORS MILL. Three others 

FOUR receive UNC'S UNIVERSITY AWARD 

HERRON, BRENT 

PSQS FORM CLEAN-uP SQUAD 

"^'''"!JiT^8S"Tn°CPEDITS OFFER MIXED BLESSING 

HEBZEN8ERG, JOE 

ORANGE GROUPS FIELDING CANDIDATES 

mERZENBERG plans TO RUN FOR COUNCIL 

hERZENBERG to enter RACE 

TAX RATE INCORRECT 

FOUR MORE PLAN TO RUN IN ORANGE 

TWO MORE FILE FOR RE-ELECTION BIOS „„..,c 

SURPRISE CANDIDATES FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 

CANDIDATE LISTS EXPENSES 

2 CHAPEL HILL INCUMBENTS LOSE ^,,,„., 

HIGHER TAXES KEY TO CHAPEL HILL ELECTIONS 

"^"' DURHAM LAWYER'S BUSY IN KITCHEN THESE DAYS 

"^"^ ENROLLMENT UP FOR VOCATIONAL PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

hERZOG, FREDERIC" 

DUKE'S INTEGRITY AT STAKE? 



HESTER. Calvin 

TRUE HOLINESS 



IS CONE BUT NOT THE SCARS 
LIFE'S LIKE THAT 



HESTER, DON 

FOLKS AROUND H£Bc 

FOLKS AROUND HERE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE NO 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN'' 

FOLKS AROUND HEBE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

HESTER. HUGH B. GENERAL 



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5/20/81 
5/21/ai 
5/21/fll 
6/2')/ei 
10/02/Bl 
U/ll/Bl 
11/10/81 
12/2'./81 


B 
A 

A 
A 

c 

B 
A 
A 
B 


1 
1 

1» 
7 
I 
1 
1 
1 

10 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
F 


G53 

W2A 
K=)0 
K90 
G53 
W2<. 
S03 
F78 


H 


2 


5/23/91 


A 


8 


N 




H 


2 


12/02/81 


A 


10 


N 




H 


2 


5/07/81 


A 


l»> 







„ 


2 


3/2'./81 


B 


6 








H 2 5/29/81 A 7 N 

H 2 11/20/81 B I N B51 



H 2 10/21/"1 a 1 P N 

H 2 11/30/81 B 1 P P T37 

S 2 9/02/81 A 4 L 

H 2 10/31. '81 A ". L 

H 2 6/16/91 AON 

H 2 11/23/81 A 10 N 

H 2 12/11/81 J lA P N 

S 2 6/22/81 D <. P P R91 



H 2 10/17/91 6 I 
S 2 10/17/81 A 15 



H 2 11/19/91 B 5 
H 2 10/2'./81 C 12 



S 2 11/27/81 A 1 P N 500 
H 2 12/2'>/81 B 1* N 381 



H 2 5/07/81 B 1 

5 2 5/07/81 C 8 

H 2 11/03/81 B I 

S 2 11/03/91 B 1 

H 2 ll/OA/91 A 12 

H 1 11/20/81 B 1 



H 2 5/05/81 C 6 
S 2 5/06/91 C 6 



H 2 7/00/91 6 
H 2 U/15/81 A 15 
H 2 U/17/91 A 1 



N B51 

N 

N B51 

N 

N B51 

N 



5 2 6/0A/81 B IFF J66 



H 2 11/13/81 6 1 P N 
S 2 11/13/91 A 7 P N 



H 2 12/20/91 C 3 P N A5<i 
S 2 6/09/81 C I N 008 



H 2 8/26/91 A 15 N xll 

5 1 0/l'./91 A 1 P N M23 

H 2 9/15/81 A 3 N 

S 2 9/15/81 BIN 

H 2 9/23/81 A 10 ;•) M2 3 

S 2 9/23/81 A 10 N 

H 2 10/03/81 A 5 N X14 

H 2 10/31/81 A U N 

H 2 U/OA/81 B 1 N W36 

S 2 11/04/81 C 1 N W3t 



H 2 10/15/81 C 1 P F S56 

H 2 10/09/91 A 8 N 

H 2 9/13/91 D <. L 

H 2 9/23/91 A 1 N 881 



H 2 6/20/81 8 1 U 

H 2 8/08/81 B > U 

H 2 8/29/81 B 1 U 

H 2 9/24/81 B 1 U 

H 2 U/25/81 B 1 D U 



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-LXO'lO- MtjHTHI.1/iHuuiL INOtx bY NAMES P»GE 97 

5/oi/ei - u/31/91 1/ii/ai 

S I T 

N F e I v 

P nATE C PG I P flYL 

.ARBIOK FOR PFaCE: RETIBEO GENEPAt PREDICTS 000», CASTIGATES LEADERS H 2 7/12/ai C 1 U H<,9 
mESTFR, KATHSVK IMILI SBOROUCHP 

CANCER TRFAtMfNTS: PATIENTS £«HAUSTEO H 2 li/2<,/8l A <, L 

HESTER, LARRY 0. SGT. 

QXFORn "AN IS ARMOR CREWMAN 5 2 10/28/81 C I ". P N 

HESTER. LtPQY (HURTLE " I L L S I 

JRA.-^Cf COUrUY MAN SHOT TO OFaTh H 2 5/20/81 C 1 N 

ORANGE COUNTY MAN CHARGED H I TH MURDER 5 2 5/20/81 A I N 

HESTER. MAGGIE R. 

OSITUARY „ J 8/16/81 A 20 

HESTER. SPENCER 

OBITUARY H 2 12/30/81 A 9 

HESTER. WES 

HESTER WINS IN AN UPSET H 2 7/31/81 C 2 N 

HEWITT. LYOIA MARIE WAGNER 

OBITUARY: MRS. LYOIA HEWITT H 2 4/30/81 A U 

HEYOEN. SILVIA 

CLASS GIVES ART WORKS H ? fl/OT/RI n 1? II Gar 

HEYOEN WEAVES MUSICAL THEME INTO THIS TAPESTRY S I 8/27/8 3 P F B71 

•The OREAm- unvEILEO AT EUROPA ART PREVIEW S 2 10/08/81 I P N 871 

HICKS. CATHEPINE ALLEN 

OBITUARY „ 2 11/30/91 B 7 

HICKS. DON 

GIVE THE PRESIDENT A FAIR CHANCE H 2 10/09/91 A <. L 

HICKS. FLORENCE ILOUISBURGI 

WOMAN SAYS 5 MEN LEFT SLAYINGS SCENE H 1 S/71/BI B 1 N lin 

SHERIFF TESTIFIES FOSTER COMPLAINED OF DRUGS H 1 8/22/8 B 1 N L30 

DEFENSE rest: CASE IN TRIAL OF ALSTON S 1 a/26/Bl B 1 N L30 

CLOSING ARGUMENTS PRESENTED IM TRIAL H I 8/27/81 fl 1 N LIO 

OFFICIALS SAY REWARD HAS NOT BEEN PAID H 1 9/09/91 B I N tlo 

HICKS. JOHN D. 

INFLATION HURTING DUKE POWER TOO H 2 9/29/ni A 4 L 

HICKS. KIMPERLY 

CHANCE MEETING: THEY MET IN FLORIDA. DATED AT ELON H 2 5/03/81 £ 2 P F S56 

HICKS. OSCAR MAYES 

O^""''*" H 2 10/26/81 8 6 

HICKS. ROGER IRALEICM] 

Two ARE AC.UITTED OF ARSON H 1 5/02/81 B 1 N 

HICKS. THOMAS A. 

O^""*"" H 2 12/26/81 B 7 P 

HICKS. THOMAS H. 

OeiTUAHT H J 12/25/81 C 15 

HICKS, w. M. lOXFORDI 

DUKE'S DISGRACE „ j ,0/22/81 A <, L 

HICGINS. ALFRED BERNARD 

TWO MEN ARRESTED IN TUESDAY ASSAULT H 2 11/06/81 A 2 N ■ 

THIRD ARRESTED IN NOV. <. RAPE H 2 ll/13/Rl A 8 N 

HIGGINS. ED 

RECEIVES AWARD S 2 6/09/81 A 8 P P M66 

HIGGINS. LARRY N. ICREFNSBOROl 

MAN ACJUITTED IN SHOOTING H 2 9/0<,/ai A 13 N 

MIGGS. WILLIAM FLETCHER 

OBITUARY: WILLIAM HIGGS H 2 5/03/81 C 2 

HIGH. GRACE MARKHAM 

O^""*"'' H 2 12/15/81 B 9 

HIGH. LEAMON UEBULONI 

MAN IS CHARGED IN SHOOTING H 1 5/22/81 8 1 N 

HIGH. PERCY REV. 

FORUM AIRS LEADERS' VIEWS S j (,,j,/a, (• l n DOB 

HIGH. SriEPILL RAE 

PROPERTY TAKEN FROM CAR 5 j g^„^,j , , „ 

UflQDCTM VtM 

MOTHER ACCUSED OF ABANDONING RETARDED CHILD H 2 8/13/81 A 1 <, N 

HILORETh. terry IWADESBOROI 

18-MONTH GAS WAR STILL RAGING IN WAOESBORO H 2 8/23/91 A 19 N 

HILL. ARTHUR RICHARD (ROXBOROI 

ROXBORO MAN DIES IN CRASH u , ,,/„,,., „ , ., 

MAN DIES IN TRAIN. TRUCK WRECK ; ] u/07/|i J 3 Jl 

HILL. BILLY 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: IN THE SPORTING WORLD H 2 7/0<,/81 8 1 n u 

•fR*END gets DAY'S PUNTING OFF STREETS H 2 10/23/81 C 2 P F G19 

HILL. COMA RIGGS 

'='"'""" H 2 12/IV81 8 7 

HILL. ELAINE 

INTERPRETERS AID FOREIGN PATIENTS IN CHAPEL HILL S 2 U/05/81 A 7 N 

HUL. GEORGE WATTS 

f?]|'«9§ SALUTE HILL FOR SERVICE TO UNC H 7 A/17/BI B I o u c... 

GIFT OBSERVES UNC SERVICE c i o/l<;/Hl ti 1 P N E«.6 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK DEVELOPERS TO STEP DOWN I I M/nl/Sf r ) t) 

I"} °k''„&y*'"' S'EPS DOWN AT RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK S I I /OA/B A N 

UNC HONORS MILL. THREE OTHERS u I I /Tl/5 o I o I^ 

FOUR RECEIVE IINC'S UNIVERSITY AWARD ? | \\j}Ht} I \ i H 

ILLUSTRIOUS SERVICE I I Kll/2 , 1 ' c 

HEALTH. A VACATION. NO TIES: A SURVEY OF HOLIDAY WISHES H 2 ll/i'/Sl B 10 F F78 

HILL. GERALD 6. ILUMPERTONl 

FORMER LUMBERTON OFFICIAL RECEIVES PRISON SENTENCE H 2 V/ol/l\ A 12 N 

HILL. LEON iPRFvAROl 



„ N T H U * / A N^^J^U^'^l- . \1Axhi 



POLICE CffICc» llfS fOLLOHING SHOOTI'JG 

HILL. MAOK JAHFS .„^ 

fIVE SENIORS WIN SCMCL AR SH I PS 

HILL. RALPH ICHAPEL HILLI 
obituary: RALPH HILL 

HILL. REIO LAwTON (CRAHAMI 

GRAHA" EX-MAYOR R510 L. HILL PIES 

HILL. REThA (WELCO'^E) , ^^ 

TWO MORE POISOMNG ClaI-S FIlPO 

HILL. RU»Y GREEMf IHARIONI 
3EITUARY: RUoY HILL 

HILL. SA-uFL 

wHL WAS SAH nILL7 

HILL. WALLACE iCHAPEL HILL) 

l£S°pg^SF''f"A2o^5"?^rJ^!E'^s'eOOKS CLOSE IN ORANCE 

TEACHER EVALUATIONS DISCUSSED 

COALITION SUPPORTS 2 ,,.., 

a VYING FOR THREE SCHOOL HOARD SEATS 

3 STAY ON SCHOOL 30AR0 

3 l^iif SCHOOL aOARO SEATS 

"""'■'businessmen SUPPORT NEW AIRPORT IN ORANGE COUNTY 

HILL. WILLIAM (FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE. DECEASED! 
THAD EURE OUGHT TO THROW A PARTY 

"""'"'ASSFM3LAGES 5Y WILLIAM HILL IMPOSSIBLE TO PIGEONHOLE 

""■'■'officers AR? GIVEN NEW ASSIGNMENTS 
P50 TABS INTERNAL CHANGES 

MILLIARD. DOUGLAS "ARK 
OBITUARY 

MILLIARD, JAMES MONROE 
OBITUARY 

SU'SHER IFF'S DEPUTIES ARE QUITTING 



NAMES 



1 1/J<./51 



PC I P 3YL 

Q N 



s ? a/05/ai A fl N 

H 2 b/i'./Bl 8 7 

H 2 euf/ni C 2 

H 2 'J/06/81 A 17 N 

H 2 5/02/81 B 8 



S 2 5/28/81 6 



10/0l/"l 
10/03/81 
10/13/81 
10/21/81 
10/30/81 
11/0A/8I 
ll/0<./81 



5 2 5/12/81 A 



S 2 11/20/81 C !<. 



H 2 11/13/81 D 10 



H 2 
S 2 



a/27/81 
a/27/81 c 



N M23 
N XVt, 
N M23 
N M23 
N M23 
N M23 
N 



N 

N U57 



H 2 10/18/81 C 



M 2 5/06/81 C I 



FIGHTINg'flEA INFESTATION CAN BE CONTINUING BATTLE 

"""^"hlNCKLErL^JyCRS REPORTED BARGAINING FOR GUILTY PLEA 

HINCKLEY ATTEMPTS SUICIDE AT BUTNER WITH TYLENOL HOARD 

HINCKLEY REMAINS UNDER WATCH 

HINCKLEY ORDER EXTENDED 

JUDGE EXTENDS HINCKLEY PRObE 

HINCKLEY MAY RE IN BUTNER ANOTHER MONTH 

HINCKLEY HAS TESTS IN DURHAM 

REPnPTS INOKATF HINCKLEY COMPETENT TO STAND TRIAL 

HINCKLEY move:) from BUTNER PRISON 

HINCKLEY MOVED TO MARINE BRIG 

GRAND JURY INDICTS HINCKLEY FOR SHOOTINGS 

JUSTICE TOO OFTEN SFEMS UNBALANCED 

■•n"cOURSE'l-M'pLEA01N'!'^INSANITy! WHATTAYA THINK I AM-CRAZY"- 

auTNEF PERS1NNEL TOOK NOTES FROM HINCKLEY 

OFFICIAL CITES THREAT TO HINCKLEY 

LAWYER REJECTS MOVING nINCKLEY TO BUTNER 

TROUBLING aUcSTIQNS ON INSANITY DEFENSE 

HINOMAN. JIMMY DOYLE 

SENTENCES GIVEN IN ROBBERY 

HINDMAN. MIKE DR. 

PROFESSOR URGES REGULAR EXERCISE 

MINES. BARBARA ALLYN I M 1 LL S BOROUGHI 
OBITUARY 

MINES. MARTIN P. OR. , ., 

N.C. LACKS EXPERTS TO JUDGE DANGERS OF CHEMICAL SPILLS 

HINSCM, DANIEL JOSEPH I SOUTHERN PINESI 
REWARD IS OFFERED 

MINSON. CAROL ANN (SANFORDl 

NEW TRIAL SOUGHT IN MUROER CASE 

HEARING FOR -ifw TRIAL SET IN SANFORD CASE 

MCDOWELL HEARING FOR NEW TRIAL OPENS 

mC00»6LL'S LAWYEkS SAY REPORTS WEREN'T AVAILABLE 

MCDOwELL HEARING CONCLUDES 

NEW TRIAL OROEHEO 

NEW TRIAL RULING BEING APPEALED 

MINSON. RHONDA A. IVALOESEl 

SHOT HITS CAR, KILLS WOMAN 

HINTON, ANGELA 

HILLSIDE HIGH SENIOR WINS 11.000 GRANT 

HIPP. LARRY IPITTSeOROI 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS INCREASE AROUND PITTSBORO'S CIRCLE 

HIRSCMMANN. LINDA 

DREAM GETS HER TO DURHAM 



mobbs. james malette 
obituary 

mobbs. rupert 

n.c. judge sets 120.000 damages in alienation suit 

hobby, wilbur 

grand jury abuse denied 

man says me will seek hobby's job 

hobby breakfast set 

breakfast to help hobby 

hobfy »ill speak 

u.s. judge 'ejects motion to dismiss hobby charges 



S 2 10/17/81 



ICARTOONI 



5/2<>/Pl 
5/28/81 
5/2=>/ei 
6/27/81 
6/27/81 
7/02/81 
7/0=>/Bl 
7/2<./ai 

a/ie/81 

d/1'5/81 
a/24/Rl 
8/29/91 
9/23/81 
10/11/81 
10/20/81 



H 



5 
15 



1 N 
1 N 
1 P N H60 



H 2 10/21/81 A 



11/26/81 
12/03/81 



1 

1 
20 



M 2 5/23/81 A 3 N 

S 2 10/10/81 A 3 N U57 

H 2 11/07/81 B 9 

M 2 12/28/31 A 6 N 

H I U/lO/91 B 1 N 



H ? 7/l<i/Bl A 8 

H 2 a/09/81 A ", 

H 1 8/25/81 B I 

H 1 8/26/81 B I 

H 1 8/27/61 B 1 

H I 12/09/81 E I 

H 2 12/12/81 A 10 



N 

N 

N M27 

N 

N M27 



H 2 12/24/81 6 <> N 

H 2 6/04/81 C 26 N 

H 1 11/29/81 C I N 

H 2 5/31/81 D 3 P U H45 

H 2 12/13/81 C 1 P U 536 

M 2 8/0<>/81 A 10 

H 2 7/03/81 C 10 N 



S 2 5/05/81 C 5,. 

M 2 5/29/81 6 5 

S 2 6/04/81 A 6 

H 2 6/09/Sl A a 

S 2 6/10/81 A 8 

S 2 6/12/81 A 2 



N 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



I N E 
U/31/9 



LABOR LEADER PBFOICTS VICTORY OVER CHARGES 

HOBBY'S BACKERS WARN Of ATTACK 

CAKYER SAYS INDICTMENT STILL VAGUE 

HOeeY PLEADS INNOCENT 

HOaBY'S MOTIONS REJECTED 

LAWYERS FOR WILOuR HGEBY RE-^UEST CHANGE OF VENUE 

HOBBY TRIAL MOVE MAY HINGE ON SURVEY 

JUDGE DENIES 'lOTION TO MOVE HOBBY TRIAL 

JUDGE REJECTS MOTION TO SHIFT TRIAL OF HOBBY 

22 AT RDU FACING DISMISSAL 

HOBBY IN HOSPITAL 

RALLY FOR -ILBUR HOBBY IS CANCELED 

HOBBY hINS TRIAL DELAY 

JUDGE DELAYS HQBoY'S TRIAL UNTIL SEPT. l*. 

HOBBY MAY FACE ELECTION CHALLENGE 

AIR CONTROLLERS DESERVE SUPPORT 

HOBBY MAY LEAVE HOSPITAL 

HOBBY HAY LEAVE HOSPITAL 

THE PRINCIPLE THAI THREATENS LABOR 

HOBBY CASE: 2 CHARGES DROPPED 

COALITION OPPOSING HOBBY 

JUDGE DELAYS HOBiJY TRIAL 

JUDGE RESCHEDULES TRIAL OF HOBBY FOR DECEMBER 7 

HOBBY SAYS UNION FOES PLAYING 'MUSICAL CHAIRS' 

HOBBY FACES STIFF FIGHT FOR AFL-CIO CONTROL 

HOBBY FACES CLOSE RACE WITH BRITT 

IT'S Showdown time for afl-cio presidency 

AFL-CIO OUSTS hobby: TOP N.C. POST WON BY BRITT 

HOBBY LOSES AFL-CIO BIO 

LABOR DEMANDS UNREASONABLE 

NEw N.C. LABOR LEADERS WILL REDUCE UNION GOALS 

ATTORNEYS FOR HOBBY SEEK REPORT 

LAWYERS FOR HOBBY SEEK AUDITOR'S REPORT 

JURY INDICTS FORMER STATE OFFICIAL ON PERJURY CHARGES 

FEDERAL TRIAL OF WILBUR HOBBYt MOR T LEVI TO BEGIN ON MONDAY 

JURY SELECTION BEGINS FOR TRIAL OF HOBBY 

JUDGE DISMISSES I CHARGE AGAINST HOBBY; JURY CHOSEN 

HOoftY'S LAWYER SAYS STATE OK'O PLANS 

TESTl-ONY IN HOBBY TRIAL CENTERS ON COMPUTER 

WITNESSES SAY LTVl TOLD THEM TO FALSIFY FORMS 

■IINESSES TESTIFY LEVI ACTED HOSTILE 

MEMO SAYS BRITT n^LPEO HOBBY HIDE S500 POLITICAL CONTRIBUTION 

STATE SAID OVFRCHARGtO ON CETA WORK 

PROSECUTION SAYS LEVI HAS PRIOR RECORD 

HOBBY, LEVI TRIAL IS GOING TO JURY 

DELIBERATIONS IN HOBBY TRIAL TO RFSUHE TODAY 

U.S. JURY CONVICTS HOBBY, LEVI: 2 MEN FACE RPISDN T=RMS 

ATTORNEYS FOR MOBBY, LEVI PLAN APPEAL 

HOBBY, LEVI RECEIVE IB-'-ONTH SENTENCES 

HOBGOOD, DAN C. 

RECEIVES PLAOUE 

HOBGOOD, ROBERT IJUOGEl 

JUDGE kULES REPORT IS PUBLIC DOCUMENT 

JUDGE ORDERS FULL REPORT RELEASEOi 8QXB0R0 APPEALS 

HOCUTT, MAGGIE RAGAN 
OBI TUARY 

HOCUTI, ROBERT 

PakapmEBNAlIa law NETS TE^N FOR SHOPKEEPER 
DRUG PARAPHERNALIA LAW HAVING EFFECT 

HOCGE, G. B. DR. 

PREYER, PHYSICIANS TO BE HONORED 

7 PHYSICIANS, FORMER SOLON TO BE HONORED 

HODGES, ALVIS 

PIG FARMER GETS UNUSUAL MOOELING JOB 

HOOGES. AUBREY 

PISTOL DISCHARGES, WOUNDING BOY, 10 
YOUNG BOY DIES OF GUNSHOT WOUND 
SERVICES SET FOR GUNSHOT VICTIM 
OBI TUARY 

HOOGES, BETTY 

GINGERBREAD HOUSE ISN'T EASY AS IT LOOKS 

HODGES, CARL 

'Part of my life will BE GONE' 

durham tobacco market spokesmen are optimistic 

an unfair attack on tobacco land 

durham farm income to rise 

two agencies' budgets still 'up in air' 

hodges, ed 

robin story was a delight 

herald covering canada summit 

the pool reporters: two serve as eyes and ears for whole press 

Canadians and far heels: travel is a two-way street 

HOOGES, ElVIN NOflwnoo "PFTF" 
obituary: ELVIN HOOGES 

HODGES, HAROLD CLYDE 

POLICE Charge Durham man with patricide 

DURHAM man is Charged with killing father in va. 

HOOGES, LUThER ri. (GOVERNORI 
MR. HUNT'S RECORD 

HODGES, MARY LLOYD 

VANCE'S ACE REACHES SEMIFINALS 

MARY HODGES CLAIMS STATE TENNIS TITLE 

HODGES, SAM 

TIE VOTE PUTS INDEPENDENCE PLAN IN LIMBO 

TIE VOTE HALTS PROGRESS OF INDEPENDENCE PLACE 

HOOGKINS, SARA 

HUNT AND GREEN TO VISIT JAPAN, 

HODGSON, KAREN 

DRIVE LAUNCHED TO HELP GIRL 

H00N6TT, BYRON 

TELLER MACHINES: TO SHARE OR NOT TO SHARE 

MOONEIT, KIMPERLY 0. 

CAR-TPAIN CRASH KILLS 2 DURHAM STUDENTS 
2 TEENS KILLED WHEN CAR HITS TRAIN 

HOFFMAN, CARL 

WORKING WOMEN MAY LACK MOTIVATION, COMMITMENT 



KOREA, TAIWAN 



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8YL 


S 2 


6/13/ei 


A 






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U57 


H 2 


6/14/91 


c 




p 


N 


S51 


S 3 


6/2<./Bl 


c 






N 


F30 


S 2 


6/30/81 


A 






N 




H 2 


7/02/81 


D 






N 




H 2 


7/21/81 


A 






N 




S 2 


8/D4/fll 


B 






N 




S 2 


a/06/81 


A 






N 




H 2 


8/07/81 


A 




P 


N 


G53 


M 2 


8/08/91 


A 




p 


N 


H60 


S 2 


9/18/91 


B 






N 




H 2 


8/19/81 


A 






N 




S 2 


8/20/81 


A 






N 




H 2 


3/21/81 


B 






N 




S 2 


8/25/91 


B 






N 




H 2 


8/26/81 


A 






L 




S 2 


9/Ql/RI 


B 






N 




% 2 


9/01/81 


B 






N 




H 2 


9/02/91 


A 






L 




H 2 


9/03/81 


B 






N 




H 2 


9/10/81 


A 




p 


N 




S 2 


9/10/91 


c 






N 




H 2 


9/11/91 


c 






N 




H 2 


9/15/81 


A 






N 




S 2 


9/17/81 


c 




P 


N 




S 2 


9/18/91 


A 






N 




H 2 


9/18/81 


A 




P 


N 




H 2 


9/19/91 


A 






N 


G53 


S 2 


9/19/81 


A 


1 3 




N 




H 2 


9/23/ai 


A 






L 




S 2 


9/28/Sl 


C 






N 




S 2 


10/23/91 


C 






N 




H 2 


10/24/81 


A 






N 




H 2 


U/05/81 


A 


13 




N 




H 2 


12/06/91 


C 






N 




H 2 


12/08/81 


A 






N 




S 2 


12/08/81 


A 






N 




H 2 


12/09/81 


A 


1 I 




N 




H 2 


12/10/81 


A 


16 




N 


G53 


H 2 


12/11/31 


A 


17 




N 


G53 


H 2 


12/12/91 


A 


10 




N 




H 2 


12/15/Bl 


A 






N 




H 2 


12/16/81 


e 






N 




H 2 


12/17/91 


A 


21 




N 




H 2 


12/18/91 


A 


15 




N 




H 2 


12/19/81 


A 


10 




N 




H 2 


12/20/81 


A 




P 


N 




H 2 


12/21/81 


B 






N 




H 2 


12/30/01 


A 




p 


N 


G53 



S 2 10/29/81 A 17 P P T37 



N H60 
N H60 



H 2 U/l 1/81 C 1 
H 1 11/13/81 8 1 



H 2 12/21/81 B 



H 2 12/18/81 A 11 
H 2 12/25/81 a 1 



H 2 11/19/81 A 17 
S 2 11/19/81 C 11 



H 1 8/18/81 B 1 N 

H 2 11/15/91 A 1 N 

H 2 11/16/Bl B 6 P 

S 2 11/16/81 C I 

H 2 11/17/81 B 5 

H 2 12/10/81 C 1 P F B30 



H 2 7/12/91 A 1 P N "09 

S 2 7/17/81 A I P N F3D 

H 2 9/10/81 A 4 E 

S 2 10/05/81 A 1 N F3a 

H 2 10/06/81 a 1 N B81 



H 2 6/24/81 A 4 L 

H 2 7/19/81 A I N 

H 2 7/26/91 A 9 P N H49 

H 2 9/16/81 8 U H49 

H 2 5/12/81 All 



S 2 U/12/B1 C a 
H 2 11/12/81 A 18 



H 2 10/18/81 



H 2 11/12/81 D 2 P N 
H 2 11/13/81 C 3 N 



H 2 7/09/81 B 1 
S 2 7/09/81 C I 



H 2 11/12/81 A 17 
H 1 a/09/ai B 1 
H 2 10/25/81 D 12 



S 2 9/02/81 A 1 P N U57 
H 2 9/03/ai A I P N 



S 2 7/17/81 B 



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5/01/ai - 12/31/81 



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""""S'iG'If.ApJ'RMAL^'A ;:ili^'eNfOKCE.ENT A rlC.LISH QUESTION 
MERCHANTS CONFUSED BY PAR APHEP NAL I A LAN 



AN, PEGGY 
•OLD CAPTAIN- 



KEEPS UP HIS OUTPUT 



HOFFMAN, «AYNE lOdANOE CO. I 
BALDWIN SENTENCED 

HOFT.^PHjUP ^^^^^^ jg ^g^ , ojfp y,TH rt,5 BBioE 

"°''"'jUNlCISs''pBOCaAM OEVELOPS FUTU» E OLYMPIANS 

HOGAN, MARGABET temple ICHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

HOGAN* NAUWITA P. 

TRIBUTE TO A TEACHER 

HOGAN, PEGGY VEASEY 

obituary: .MRS. PEGGY V. HOGAN 

HOGGARD, SANPRA SUE I8URLINGTQNI 
NISS euRLINGTHN IS CROWNED 

HOISS, MARY KILTY 
OBI TUARY 

"^'' *hOkE heads COUNTY S'WAGf COMMITTEE 

HOKf TO hEaO COUNTY COMMITTEE ,^„„,, 
PANEL STILL PREPARING SEPTIC-TANK REPORT 



OUT FROM 7-YEAR-OLOS7 



HGLbHOGK, DERRICK 

The marines build men, 

hOLBROOK, mybTIE LnuISE 
OfAtHS AND FU'lEPALS 

"^'"'■"iHUSTFES^TOLD TALKS OPENED ON PROPOSED NIXON LIBRARY 

HOLDER, REX ARNOLD 

HAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

HDLEM, JANFT 

CAMPAIGN TO BOOST PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

HQLEMAN, DENNIS WAYNE (RnxflORQ) 

PERSON TEEN DIES IN AUTO ACCIDENT 
2 MEN DIE IN ACCIDENTS 

HOLEMAN, LEWIS STROUD 
OBITUARY 



HOLLAND, ARTHUR 

TENNIS CHAMP SLIGHTED 

HOLLAND, CATHY RENEE (CARRBOPQl 

2 DIE, 3 HURT IN ICCIOENT a MILES FROM CARRBORO 
TWO UNC STUDENTS KILLED, THREE OTHERS HURT IN WRECK 
MANSLAUGHTER HEARING SLATED 
HENSON faces COUNTS IN DEATHS 

HULLANC, CHARLES V. OR. 

NCCU BOARD OF IPUSTEES ELECTS NEW OFFICERS 
RALEIGH OPTOMETRIST NAMED TO NCCU BOARD 

NCCU eoAfln gets new member 

HOLLAND, JOAN 

A JUDGE LEARNS A LESSON 

HOLLAND, RAYMOND J. 
OBITUARY 

HOLLAND, ROflFRT WAYLON 

GANG MEMBER SAID SUSPECT 

HOLLAND, TERRY 

HOLLAND: SAMPSON DOUBTFUL FOR DUKE 

HOLLAND, THOMAS S- 

ELDERLY MAN RObBEO, SLAIN 
MAN SENTENCED IN SLAYING 



HOLLEMAN, BILL 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: 



LIFE'S LIKE THAT 



REPORT APPLAUDS CETA PROGRAM USE IN DURHAM DESPITE A6» CUT IN FUNDING 

CETA DEPUTY BACKED 

SUCCESS IS REWARDED , ,, 

STONE TO LEAVE CETA JOS SAVED IN LAST WEEK'S CUTS 

G0ET2 TO GET NOD AS DEPUTY DIRECTOR 

MANAGER MAY NAME ACTING CETA DEPUTY 

BOARD OKS PARKWOOD PLANS 

TWO AGENCIES' BUDGETS STILL 'UP IN A1R< 

HOLLEMAN, LINDA LOUISE FAULKNER 

NEWLYWEDS PLEAD GUILTY IN ROBBERY 
COUPLE PLEADS GUILTY TO HOLDUP 
COUPLE SENT TO PRISON IN ROBBERY 
STORY ERRED ON PAROLE 

HOLLEMAN, P. b. 

POLICE ShOULON' 



T HAVE TO FACE ARREST 



hOLLFMan, ROBERT D. 

LAWYtP REGAINS LICENSE AFTER 21-MONTH SUSPENSION 

HOLLEMAN, RONNIE LEE 

NEwLYWEDS PLtAO GUILTY IN ROSHERY 
COUPLE PLEADS GUILTY TO HOLDUP 
COUPLE SENT TO PRISON IN ROBBERY 

HQLLEY, JOHN 

UNSAFE DAMS GA 



N ATTENTION OF STATE 



HQLLIDAY, KIERNAN 

APARTMENT OWNERS SUED 

TRIANGLE COMMUNITIES, LAW FIRM NAMED IN SUIT 

HOLL INGSWOP Th, HARRY 



H 2 7/07/81 A 
H 1 a/21/Bl B 



H 2 7/26/81 

S 2 9/23/91 B 

H 2 U/Ol/ai E 

H 2 6/27/81 B 

H 2 12/20/81 C 

H 2 7/0 2/91 A 

H 2 6/26/81 A 

H I 9/01/91 B 

H 2 11/20/81 A 



3 P U H',5 

6 N 

2 P F S56 

3 P N 
12 



H 
S 
H 


2 
2 
2 


5/01/81 
5/01/81 
7/22/ai 


B 
C 
8 


1 
1 
1 


N 
N 
N 


S51 
S51 


H 


2 


6/OA/al 


A 


7 


N 




H 


2 


6/28/81 


C 


2 







H 


2 


12/12/81 


A 


1 


N 


W2A 


H 


1 


12/2'./8l 


8 


1 


N 




s 


2 


12/26/81 


A 


3 


N 


008 


H 

s 


2 
2 


9/28/81 
9/23/81 


8 
C 


7 
3 



N 





H 2 10/23/ni c 
H 2 7/09/91 A 



S 2 11/06/91 C 

H 2 11/07/81 A 

H 2 ll/2<./91 A 

S 2 ll/2'./91 A 



S 2 9/17/81 C 
S 2 12/23/81 C 
H 2 12/29/81 a 



H 2 5/18/al A 

H 2 7/21/91 B 

H 2 12/09/91 A 

H 2 12/09/81 B 



H 2 a/13/91 A 
H 2 11/21/91 A 



H 2 3/26/ai B 1 



S 2 7/22/ai A 

H 2 7/31/ai C 

S 2 a/05/91 A 

H 2 8/07/81 B 

S 2 8/19/81 C 

H 2 8/20/91 C 

S 2 10/05/91 C 

H 2 10/06/81 B 



H 2 6/16/81 B 

S 2 6/16/81 A 

H 2 6/19/81 C 

H 2 6/20/81 A 



H 2 3/10/81 A 
H 2 7/19/81 C 



1 

1 

1 1 

1 1 




N 
N 
N 
N 




1 

9 
lA 


p 


N 
N 
N 


F30 


"i 




U 


G33 


9 









ID 




N 




2 


p 


F 


M71 


l". 




N 





1 


N 


K9n 


5 


N 




A 


F 




1 


N 


W 16 


1 


N 


K9() 


9 


N 




1 


N 


F 10 


1 


N 


B31 


1 


N 


B51 


5 


N 




5 


N 


851 



H 
S 
H 


2 

2 
2 


6/16/81 
6/16/81 
6/19/81 


B 
A 
C 


1 
5 

5 


N 
N 
N 


B5I 
351 


s 


2 


6/26/81 


c 


1 


N 


HOA 


H 

s 


2 
2 


11/13/91 
11/13/81 


A 
A 


15 
12 


N 
N 


W36 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U « L 
5/01/81 



INDEX 
12/31/fll 



A TC I'-uTE Tn PARNFY, TH^ BEACLt 
E'lTCBS OlvluEO J\ UiINC VICTIMS' N«MCs 

«oarsi KAors, roses: si. luke-s chusch histoky takes stoci'. of 

molloman. sally ", 

Chaooe filed in [•>70 n.c. slaying 

POQSECUTION KFsrs IN POISONING TRIAL 

nONAN DENIES ShF killed HER MllSfiANO 

N.C. MOHAN IS CONVICTED OF POISONING HER MUSOANO 

DEATH PENALTY TO CE ASKED IN HAN'S DEATH 

UOHAN INDICTED ON DOUG CHARGES 

WOMAN PLEADS NO CONTEST TO MURDER 

WOMAN GETS LIFE TERM IN SLAYING 

HOLLOMAYf HILIARY 

CENTRAL TRUSTEES FILL POST 

NCCU POARD OF TRUSTEES ELECTS NEW OFFICERS 

HOLLOWAY. ISSAC LEVERN 

THifF ROBS. A^JDUCTS MAN 

HOLLOwAY, Shell allen 

OBITUARY 

MOLLOkELL. "SKIP" ICAMDENI 

TWO HUNTERS ARE FEARED DROWNED 
SEARCH FOR MEN RESUMES IN BERTIE 
DUCK HUNTERS STILL SOUGHT 

MOLMAN, ALFRED 

MAN ARRESTED AFTER ACCIDENT 

HOLHAN, C. HUGH OR. 

DR. HUGH HOLMAN, UNC PROFESSOR. DIES 

UNC SCHOLAR HUGH HOLMAN DIES 

OBITUARY 

HUGH HOLMAN: AN INSPIRING TEACHER OF UNSWERVING HONESTY 

HOLMAN, MAYOLA 
OBITUARY 

HOLMES. A. w. -BILL' 

GOuD OLC-FaShIONEO LEMONADE - AND IT'S REAL! 

HOLMES. CRAIG JR. ILOUISfURGI 

AIR SEARCH RESU-eS FUR MISSING PLANE 
VANCE UNIT LOOKS FOR PLANE 

HOLMES. CRYSTAL 

FIELD DAY FOR CANDY AND CRYSTAL 

HOLMES. JACK 

GRAB A KNIFE 

HOLSHOUSER. JAMES 

MP. HUNT*S RECORD 

HOLSHOUSER NOT A CANDIDATE 

FORMER N.C. GOVERNORS TO FIGHT AGAINST (.-YEAR LEGISLATIVE TFRMS 
HOISTI. MAIJA 

DURHA- GIRLS CAPTURE DOUBLES 

HOLSTI. OLE ». 

TROUBLESOME TRAIT AMONG IDEOLOGUES 

HOLT, ANDY 

TECHNOLOGY AIDS 



NAMES 



S 

N E E 

P n DATE C PG 

H ! 9/U/ni D 5 

H ? 9/29/91 A ID 

ALL THREE H ? lO/DJ/Rl A 9 



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1AN01CAPPED 



HOLT. CHARLES 

SEVERAL ROAD TAX PLANS EXAMINED 

MOLT, GEORGE 

DURHAM 'LEADING' AS HOST FOR ANGLO-AMERICAN FESTIVAL 

HOLT, HARRY JR. 
OBITUARY 

HOLT, 0. 6. "MILO" 

FIRM AIDED LIBRARY GROUP 

"ItScSP'-l:^ HEROES WILL ALWAYS BE COWBOYS 

WESTERN FILM CLUB PLANNING ROUNDUP 

HOLT, PALMER 

i??!".''!;;!! 0E«4N0S MAY NOT HELP CONSUMERS 
RATE INCREASE OPPONENTS WILL MEET 

HOLT, RAYMOND H. SR. 

OBITUARY: RAYMOND H. 



HOLT SR. 



HOLTON, GERALD DR. 

STYRON will ADDRESS DUKE'S GRADUATION 
HOLTZ, LOU 

CARLEN: NO COMMENT; H0LT2: NO, THANK YOU 

"2'-nM''-'""'f5 MAY'VE COST CAROLINA NO. 1 

^n\-li S.'c^^^-Jf^"?-*" °^ STARTING NOD AGAINST HEELS 
HOLTZ HAS JOKES, CRUM HAS FAVORITF 
fSb'/^^PEJ"'' OISGUISE HIS FUNNY BONES 

CAlafyNA"^aiLs'igjT2?|'-2MC """• '■°" "°'-" DEMONSTRATE CONTROL 
H0LT2 HOLDS UTMOST RESPECT FOR TAR HEEL PROGRAM 

HOLYFIELO, FRANK ICHAPEL HILL) 
ARTIST READY. . . SET, GO! 



HOMBERGER, DEBRA KAY ICLARKSVILLE 
AGENTS RELEASE RAID NAMES 

m^i'iiV^? '" D""'"' »*'D 'KE CHARGED 
BONOS SET AT H MILLION 

MOHESLEY, a. B. IGASTONIAI 

POLICE CLAIM DISCRIMINATION 

HONEYCUTT, MARGARET MCLEAN 

OBITUARY: MARGARET HONEYCUTT 

HOOKER, JOHN ISANFOROI 

DUKE MAKES HIS 1ST COLLAR 

HOOKS, ALBERT JR. 

SCHOLARSHIP WINNER 

HOOKS, ALVIN RONNIE 

CHURCH BREAK-INS TARGET 

HOOKS, OTIS T. REV 



FRANK HOLYFIELO REALLY GETS INTO HIS 
INDIANA) 



B/lS/91 
1 1/19/Rl 
1 1/JO/Bl 
11/21/91 
11/22/91 
12/02/81 
12/07/81 
12/09/91 



15 

19 

2 



H 2 6/18/91 A 22 N 

S 2 9/17/81 C 1 P N F30 



S 2 10/1<./81 C 1 
H 2 7/12/91 A 22 



H 2 12/2'i/ni A 20 
H 2 12/26/91 B 5 
H 2 12/27/81 A 18 



H 2 10/29/91 C 10 



S 2 10/13/91 A IPO M23 

H 2 lO/U/81 C IPO 

H 2 10/15/91 C 15 

H 2 11/15/81 4 J 



H 2 a/20/81 A 1* 
H 2 7/07/81 B 1 P F S36 
N H60 



H 2 12/30/81 a 1 
H 2 12/31/81 B « 



N 



H 2 5/01/91 C 1 P P S76 
H 2 12/13/91 B 12 P F H60 



H 2 10/19/ 11 D 4 E 
S 2 12/07/81 A 5 N 
S 2 12/31/81 A 9 N 



H 2 6/18/81 3 P N 

H 2 12/30/91 A <, L 

H 2 9/17/91 B 1 P F F79 

H 2 6/01/91 A 13 N 

H 2 10/10/91 A 1 N W66 

H 2 9/02/81 C 5 



H 2 6/01/91 A 4 L 

S 2 7/16/91 1 P F 871 

H 2 9/19/81 a I N H60 



S 2 7/19/91 A 3 
S 2 8/12/ai C 1 



H 2 5/25/81 B 9 
5 2 5/04/91 C 1 



N S83 
N SS3 



H 2 12/15/81 B 3 N 

H 2 12/25/81 C 1 P F S91 

H 2 12/26/91 B 2 P N 

H 2 12/27/31 B I N S91 

H 2 12/27/81 B 5 P F S9l 

S 2 12/28/81 3 P U 018 

S 2 12/29/81 8 2 P N 019 

S 2 12/30/61 D 2 P U nia 



H 2 10/09/81 D 1 P F M66 



S 1 8/17/81 C 1 
H ? 8/18/81 A 10 
S 2 8/19/81 C I 



N 
N 
N U57 



S 2 7/30/81 C 7 N 

H 2 5/07/81 A 16 
H 1 8/25/81 a 1 N 

S 2 10/02/91 A 2 C P S76 

S 2 8/12/81 C 1 N 



tMnTJTai.-,->»-^ — .i 



QNTHLY/* '*,'(„",5,'- 



I N e X 
U/31/91 



N « H 6 S 



PtGE 102 
l/U/92 



•cue cook: preacher rot.tes from pulpit to bahbecue pit 
""""cXNaroS^'JoDCET; tax rate is same 

THE EYE OF IHF PEhOLOES 
•ECCLESIASTICAL OISAPPROVAL^ 

rAPnSTS°CA~-?"S7o;U c't'T^'lAX SPENO.NC 

F:yf ^lHl£gniiJ;CE^lStS^l^?5AL E.LS KARTOO. 
SiLiGIoSsGPOUP BACKS CANDIDATES IN <. RACES 

"groups endorse candidates 

"°°"55E?rDrN?UL'?^^i"Al^a'^.TVjrT^lE TO TOURISTS 

HOOVfRt VIOCIL DALLAS (TABERNACLE) 

?S';'91=?m,''-7.,fI'-TESTIM0Ny'aB0UT hair IN HUROER TRIAL 
^SoGE^eJuS d"o OlsilSS mSSS^ CHARGE IN RANDOLPH 

Jury ACQUITS "an of slaying 

"°'^'hOPE on ROAO to DURHAM FOR KiOS 

2S^L2'EJ^flLisSK=°"pE' 'pif^li^HEAOLINE •BEST FIELD EVER^ 
c'i;;a^'So^?''NrJi?MER= GOLF RX FOR CH I LDREN • S HEALTH 

II i'A.r.'Liisn'i'uV.iv.ir'A:. fans. 

nai's ioiio CV«E^ HOPE^S ANSWER IS ACCURATE 
HOPE'S BRIEF APPEARANCE DELIGHTS CRO-D 

HOPE. C. C. JR. IFIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK I 
N.C. BANKER SEES CRUCIAL TIME 

"'^''^'jUKE''ASMSrANT DICK HOPKINS WATCHED FLORIDA STATE FOOTBALL CO FULL 

Hopkins': CASE fok the duke defense 

SuKE DEFENSE CARRIES DISTINCT FLAVOR OF FSU 
SUBBING FOR RfO 

"°"'SuasiNG''«ssisTANr gets scholarship 

""""^SuS'^K.'SgE^f YiS?S''iFCC IN DFATH OF POSSIBLE WITNESS 
HEARING DELAYFO JN MURDER CHARGEl 
CHARGES DPOPPEO AGAINST MURDER SUSPECTS 
CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST FOUR IN EDEN SLAYING 

HOPSON. PRESTON 
OBITUARY 

HOPSON. »OBE"TA EaRP 
09 ITUARY 



EVEN ON HOPELESS DAY 



HOPSON. WILLIA- CASL 

obituary: «[LL I AM C 



MOl'ACK. H. CLAUDF 

.. IxON MADE GOOD 



lOPSON 
IMPRtSSION ON DUKE LAW DEAN 



HORN, CARL 

OTI NEEDS EQUIPMENT 

HORNAOAY, VICTOR CHESTER (BURLINGTONI 

MAN SLAIN IN ALAMANCE COUNTY ^.^^ 

71-YEAR-OLO CHARGED IN GRAHAM SLAYING DIES 

""'^''^PHOTOGRAPHERS CATCH SCENES BENEATH THE SEA 

HORNE. FELICIA 

CAR SLAMS INTO 



>OLE 



HORNE, WILLIAM EMORY JR. 
MEN REPORT ASSAULT 



HORNER, JOHN 

UNIVERSI TY 



Should accept nixon library 



HORNER. LOUIS D. (HENDERSONI 

HENDERSON COUNCILMAN FILES 

HORNER. WILLIAM (HENDERSONI 

ONCE STATELY HOTEL IS NOW BOARDED UP 



HORRY. ROSA JOHNSON 

obituary: M^S. ROSA 



HORRY 



"^"°silICH"TO TAILBACK PAYS OFF FOR HORTON 
HORTON WINS ACC ROOKIE » W»K5„, , , , „., 
H(1RTQN IN POSITION TO PICK POSITION 
HORTON PRAISES LINE PLAY ^,,,„,,^,, 
AT aUARTER OR TAIL, HORTON FLOURISHES 

HORTON. L. W. W. 

HORTON HONORED BY 36LK ,,„„,, c 

BELK LECGETT HONORS HORTON FOR SERVICE 

HORTON. LOUISE MORTON 
OBITUARY 

"°"""six"iSS?H^Rrs?3oENTS HURT WHEN BUS WRECKS 
SCHOOL BUS ACCIDENT LEAVES 6 STUDENTS HURT 

HORTON. ROBERT BROOKS .,,,,, 

MAN DROWNS; HIS CAR MISSING 
DROWNING VICTIM'S CAR FOUND 

HORTON.^VOSSIE ^^^^^^^ ^ ^^^ jjj.,^, ,,[5, ^5 TOMORROW 

HOSEA, ROBEkT h. 

COMMITTEE NAMES 3 TO BOARD ,,„,.. 

NEW (DOMINATIONS MADE FOR BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 
VACANCIES FILLED ON ADJUSTMENT BOARD 



HOSKINS. ROGER WILLIAM "PETER RABBIT" 
OBITUARY 

H05MER. DONNA MARIE 



(NEWARK. N.J.I 



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DATE C 


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L 


P BYL 


2 


a/09/91 6 


1 


P 


N S36 


2 


6/23/»l A 


1 


P 


N 551 


2 


6/2S/81 A 


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2 


6/26/91 A 


c 




L 


2 


6/29/81 


4 




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2 


6/29/Pl D 


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L 


2 


6/30/91 A 


4 




L 


2 


9/2''/81 A 


1 




N S51 


2 


io/ai/»i A 


4 


T 


T R56 


2 


10/31/BI 8 


1 




N S51 


2 


\0/31/ni A 


3 




N 


2 


9/03/81 A 


1 




N F7fl 


2 


6/11/81 C 


12 




N 


2 


10/30/81 C 


<* 




N 


2 


10/31/81 6 


5 




N 


2 


11/04/91 A 


1 1 




N 


2 


5/07/81 A 


1 




N 


2 


5/2S/81 C 


1 




N K90 


2 


5/26/91 A 


1 




N P66 


2 


5/29/91 A 


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2 


5/31/91 A 


1 


p 


F S36 


2 


5/31/Pl A 


1 


p 


N P66 


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6/01/91 A 


1 


P 


N H49 


2 


6/01/81 B 


I 




U S36 


2 
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6/0<./ai D 
10/02/91 3 


2 
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F F57 

N 


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7/26/91 B 


4 


P 


F S91 


2 


9/01/91 S 


2 


p 


F 019 


2 


io/n/81 p 






F H71 


2 


10/13/81 6 


2 




N F25 



H 2 7/31/91 A 9 

H 2 8/31/'(l A 7 

H 2 9/16/91 A 1 1 

S 2 9/18/81 A 2 

H 2 9/19/81 C 10 

H 2 lO/l't/81 A 9 

H 2 8/20/81 A l* 

H 2 6/23/81 B 5 

H 2 10/22/91 B 1 

S 2 5/19/91 C 1 



H 2 lD/26/81 B 1 
H 2 10/27/81 A 12 



S 2 8/06/91 2 

S 2 11/05/81 A 7 

S 2 T/Oi/Sl A 3 

H 2 9/0'./ei A 5 

H 1 a/29/91 C 1 

H 2 9/08/91 C 1 

H 2 5/21/81 C 16 



S 2 11/02/91 2 

S 2 ll/Oi/Bl D 2 

H 2 12/25/91 C 3 

S 2 12/29/91 3 3 

H 2 12/30/91 B 5 



N 







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N DOB 

N 



N 

P F L30 



P F F25 

N 
P F 

P F 018 
P F 591 



H 2 9/01/81 A 9 
S 2 9/02/81 C 12 



H 2 9/11/91 8 5 



H 2 10/08/81 A 1 
S 2 10/08/91 C 1 



H 1 5/09/91 B 1 
H 1 5/13/91 B 1 



S 2 8/31/81 C 5 



S 2 7/22/81 A 5 
H 2 7/23/81 A 16 
H 2 8/0'i/9l B 1 



H 2 12/19/91 C 4 



N K90 

N W36 



HHH^HHIK 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
W/31/61 



PAr.e 103 

l/U/8? 



.LFAOS IHE CHEESS. 



lEEN-ACEO 1.1915 APacsTED 

HOUPT» JEFFREY L. "^H 

CLINICAL SPECIAcrv UNIT 

HOUSE, CERSy 

SOME ChAPEL HiLL-CARRnORO PRINCIPALS TO BE REASSIGNED 
REwAHnS PBQGRAM IS A I .^ 

MOUSE, 2ELBIE LEF JR. 

2 TRIANGLE STUDENTS ARE ON HONOR GUARP 

HOUSTON, ARNOLD E, JR. 

TWO MORE PAVtRS INDICTED IN PROBE 
ALLEN SENTENCED IN BIO-RIGGING CASE 

HOUSTON, LISA ANN (MEBANEI 

THREE ARE KILLED IN GRAHAM WRECK 

HOVATTER, WILLIAM n, 

KEEP AN OPEN "INO 

HOVIS, MIKE 

Two WORKERS REALLY GET LIFT ON THEIR JOB 

HOWARD. CLARENCE SHELDON (MT. OL I «6 I 

MT. OLIVE MINISTER CHARGED IN SLAYING 

MINISTER HELD WITHOUT BOND 

SLAYING CASE IN DUPLIN TO GO BEFORE GRAND JURY 

CHARACTER WITNESSES LINE UP FOR MINISTER ACCUSED IN KILLING 

DEFENSE FUND IS FORMED FOB MTNISTER 

MINISTER PLEADS uUILTY TO MURDER 

DEAD WOMAN'S RINGS FOUND 

HOWARD, DERRICK 

DURHAM YOUTH IS STABBED IN PRISON 

HOWARD, FRANK 

NUMBER ONE FAN: FORMER CLEMSON FOOTBALL COACH. . 

HOWARD, JAMES MICHAEL (EOENI 

EDtN WOMAN KILLS INTRUUfR 

HOWARD, KEN (DEEP "UNI 

HAM RADIO GIVES PATIENT FRIENDSHIP, HOPE 

HOWARD, ROBERT EUGENE 

POLICE Charge Three 

THREE CHARGED IN THEFT AT SCHOOL 

HOWARD, ROBERT M. DR. 

COLLEGE NAMES PRESIDENT 

HOHAROi TROY LEE 

Two CONVICTED SENTENCED IN JANUARY DRUG ROUNDUP 

HOWE. MARION M. MR. ANO MRS. 
GOLDEN ANNIVeRSARY 

HOWELL, ALICE 

WELFARE AGENCIES HAVE GROWN CHOOSY 

SOCIAL SERVICES AGENCY ACCEPTS USED FURNITURE 

REAPERS MISCONSTRUED LETTER ON WELFARE 

HOWELL. FRANK LOUIS 
OBITUARY 

HOWELL, HERMAN IPINEVILLEI 

TAH HEEL SEEKS CUSTODY OF ABUSED GIRL 
PARENTS BATTLE OVER CUSTODY OF CHILD 

HOWELL, MICHELLE ITuCSON, A2.I 

TAR HEEL SEEKS CUSTODY OF ABUSED GIRL 
PARENTS BATTLE OVER CUSTODY OF CHILD 

HOWELL, PAT IGOLDSaORO) 

■OLD CAPTAIN' KEEPS UP HIS OUTPUT 

HOWELL, WILLIAM H. 

EXEC PLEADS NO CONTEST 



HOWERTON, LISA 

WHAT EACH ONE LACKS, 



THE OTHER ONE OFFERS 



HOWERTON. RICHARD T. 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL 10 RAISE RATES 

HOWERTON. THOMAS R. 

TRIANGLE MAY GET OPTION OF PREPAID HEALTH PLAN 
HEALTH CARE SEMINARS SET 

HOWES. BYRON C. (CARRBORO) 

CARRBORO GROUP WAGES A DECEPTIVE CAMPAIGN 

HOWES. JONATHAN 

TOWN WANTS MANAGER WHO WILL STAY 
TOWN MAY SEEK OLDER MANAGER 
HOWES ON 30AR0 OF CITIES LEAGUE 



J. "HONEY BABE" 



HOWiE, HETTIE 
OBITUARY 

HUANG. ANDREW DR. 

DUKE TO GIVE IS CANCER PATIENTS INTERFERON 

HUANG. ERICH 

Two GIFTED Children: starting young 

HUANG. EUGENIE 

Two GIFTED Children: starting young 

HUB3AR0, LAURA 

IT TOOK MONTHS Tu GET 



A DATE w ITH HIS BRIDE 



HUBBARD. WILLIAM G. Ill "BILL" 

OBITUARY: WILLIAM HUBBARD HI 

HunSARD. WILLIAM N. JR. OR. 
2 NAMED DIRECTORS 

HUCKABEE. JAMES III 

PLANNED PARENTHOOD NOT PART OF U.4ITED WAY 

HUOGINS. DANIEL C. 

BUDGET PARINGS flEING PLANNED 

SOCIAL SERVICES MOVES TO COLLECT LOANS 



S I T 

w f ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

H 2 9/2'i/81 A 7 N 

H 2 8/23/810 12 N 



S 2 5/15/ai A 1 N Etb 

S 2 9/26/81 A 3 P F M23 



S 2 12/07/81 A 



H 2 11/19/81 A 1 
H 2 12/J2/81 A 15 



H 2 8/09/81 A 6 N 
H 2 10/20/81 A 4 L 
H 2 9/03/81 B 1 P F Pt>6 



H 2 lO/O"./"! A 12 

H 2 10/07/81 C ". 

H 2 10/09/81 A 13 

H 2 10/12/81 B l* 

H 2 11/01/81 A 7 

H 2 11/18/81 A 1 

H 2 11/25/81 A 8 



N 



N 



S 2 12/31/81 A 2 N 

H 2 12/01/ai 6 3 P F S91 

H 2 9/28/81 All N 

S 2 3/22/81 A 3 P F F30 



S 2 b/O'./ai C 1 
H 2 6/D5/81 A 15 



N 



H 2 5/23/81 A 3 N 
H 2 7/09/81 D 5 N 
S 2 6/15/81 B 4 P P H99 



H 2 10/07/81 A ". 
H 2 10/18/81 D <. 
H 2 11/03/81 A 5 



H 2 7/22/91 B 



H ? U/05/81 A 3 
S 2 11/19/81 C 10 



H 2 11/05/81 A 3 
S 2 n/19/81 C 10 



H 2 7/26/81 3 P U H<,5 

H 2 12/26/81 a 5 N 

H 2 U/Oa/81 E 2 P F 830 

H 1 8/07/81 B 1 N H60 



H 2 a/23/91 A 1 

H 2 10/oa/ai A 8 



H 2 10/25/81 D <. 



H 2 7/15/81 B 1 
S 2 7/15/81 A 7 
H 2 12/05/81 A 5 



N G53 

N 

L 

N E<>6 
N 



F F57 

F F57 



H 2 7/17/81 A U 

H 2 6/05/81 B 1 

S 2 5/07/81 D 1 

S 2 5/07/81 1 

H 2 11/01/81 E 2 P F S56 

H 2 5/21/81 C 16 

S 2 12/11/81 C 12 N 

M 2 11/23/81 A <> L 



S 2 5/D<,/81 A 6 N J25 
S 2 5/28/81 CI N M19 



MONTHLY/ 



I N 6 « 
12/31/91 



N » M E S 



PACE 104 
1/11/82 



j*r-C4hF PRObPAM CACIflG UPHILL BATTLE 

JAt-CAHE OkOuOA- called OFf 

LACK nf FUNDS ENDS SU»MEa DAY CA«E 

DURHAM, OBANGE POVERTY LEVELS LOW 

MUOGINS RECOGNIZED 9Y PEERS 

GROUP HONORS HuDGINS 

BIGGEST CUT «ILL BE IN HEALTH PROGRAMS 

CUTS SEEN IN SOCIAL SERVICES 

FUNDING IS AVAILABLE FOR ENERGY ASSISTANCE 

SOCIAL SERVICES FEELS CUTS 

MUDGINS: WELFARE POLICIES BURDEN SOUTH 

POOR "AY HUFT FRO" TURNOVER 

SOCIAL SERVICES AGENCY ACCEPTS USED FURNITURE 

HUOGINS SAYS VOLUNTEERS ARE ESSENTIAL 

FOOD STAMP PROGRAM MAY OVERRUN BUDGET 

VOLUNTEERS CAN'T COMPENSATE FOR ALL CUTS 

HUDSON. CLAIBORNE L. 

TEER WAS RIGhT about COUNTY SANITARIANS 

HUDSON. JASPER EUGENE 

DRIVER CHARGED IN TRAFFIC DEATH 

HUDSON. NAOMI VcASEY 
OBITUARY 

HUDSON. PAGE 

IF The body is DECOMPOSED. 



CAN A KILLER BE CONVICTED? 



HUDSON. REGINA A. 

NIxON MUSEUM WUULD SERVE FUTURE 

HUDSON, TOMMY 

MEETING ON LOITERING SET FRIDAY 

ClUNCIL UKS INDEPFNOENCE PLACE SITE 

HUNT "AY BE lAYOfi PRO TEM OF NEW DURHAM CITY COUNCIL 

CTTY COUNCIL UNITS NAMED; HUNT CHOSEN 

BOARD MAY LET RESIDENT VOTE 

FIRE CLAIMS MAY SPaOK PUBLIC SAFETY REVIEW 

HUOSUN: NO TUESTIONS ON HOUSE FIRE 

CRITICISM UNJUSTIFIED 

HUDZINSKI. MICHAEL E. MR. AND MRS. 
BOARD PERMITS THREE TRANSFERS 

HUEY. MUE 

JORDAN'S HuEY GETS ?00T FROM FOOTBALL SPECIALITY 

MUFFLING. H. 0. ICHARLOTTEl 

OFFICERS KILL MAN. FREE HIS HOSTAGE 

HUFFMAN, DORIS 

SON ACCUSED JF BEATING PAIR 

HUFFMAN, NFO 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK JOBS E'PECTED TO DOUBLE 
YOU'RE BETTER OFF WITH A MAP 

HUFFMAN, SUSAN LYNN 

TWO STILL IN HOSPITAL 

HUFF'iER, PAUL J- 

obituary 

hugel. max 

Clumsy cia icartqoni 

muggins, edward jam£s 

convicted killer's bond revoked 
man sentenced for slaying 

huggins, victor 

he iniroouceo tar heel mascot 
the literary lantern 

HUGHES, FREDDIE ( l)UNN 1 

POLICE OFFICER IN DUNN QUITS AFTER DISPUTE 

FIRING WAS IN ORDER 

POLICEMAN'S NIGHTSTICK IGNITES OUNN CONTROVERSY 

DUNN POLICE»AN ASKS TO BE REINSTATED 

TV STATION REPORTS DUNN CHIEF MAS BEEN ORDERED TO RESIGN 

HUGHES. H. 

TAXES FOR HIGHWAY HISMANAGERS 

HUGHES. HOWARD DAVID lORANGE CO. I 

FIVE OFFICERS PLAN '82 RACE FOR ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF 

HUGHES. RICHARD N. 

TV EXECUTIVE TO TALK AT DUKE 
•TV IS VERY SEDUCTIVE' 

HUGHES. ROBERT K. COL. 
OFFICIALS FE, 



R POLLUTION OF JORDAN LAKE 



hughes. robert l. jr. 

u.s. judge rejects motion to dismiss hqbey charges 
'•1 ceta jobs are eliminated 
hobby case: 2 charges 0p0pp60 

hughes, bqxif wagner 
obituary 

hughes. scott andrew 

0=<1TUARY 

hughfs. waiter 

jecision to withhold oxford pay hikes hit 

HUGhFS. WILLIAM H, (VANCE CO.) 
hUoHES RE-ELECTED IN VANCE 

HULIN. oILLY JOE 

LAST GAMBLING RAIO CHARCES DISMISSED 
GAMBLING DISMISSLD 

HULKA. JAROSLAV DR. 

INFERTILE COJPL? 



HELPED By sperm bank 

HU»PHRIES, GRAHAM "BUCK" I H UL SBOROUGH 1 

COURT AWARDS HILLSBOROUGH MAN aENEFITS 

HUNGATF - "CPEAKF, MURIEL 
MORE THAN JUST A POET 

HUNT, ALBERT BRIAN I ARCADIA, FLA.1 









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L Y 




P 


D 


DATE 


C 


PG 


L P 


BYL 


H 


2 


6/0 3/Bl 


B 


1 


N 


S51 


H 


2 


6/10/81 


B 


I 


N 


S51 


S 


2 


6/10/81 


C 


2 


N 




s 


2 


9/07/81 


A 


1 


N 


F3D 


H 


2 


S/l'./Sl 


A 


16 


P N 




S 


2 


9/l<./81 


C 


12 


N 




5 


2 


<)/21/8l 


C 


1 


N 


K90 


H 


2 


9/22/81 


B 


1 


N 


B81 


s 


2 


<)/3a/ni 


C 


1 


N 


F30 


H 


2 


10/02/91 


A 


10 


N 




H 


2 


10/13/81 


B 


1 


N 


B31 


S 


2 


10/13/81 


B 


1 


N 


F30 


H 


2 


10/18/81 


D 


*, 


L 




s 


2 


U/06/91 


A 


l<i 


P N 




s 


2 


11/27/81 


A 


1 


N 


F30 


s 


2 


12/31/81 


c 


1 


N 


F30 


s 


2 


lO/2'>/81 


A 


4 


L 




H 


2 


6/12/81 


A 


3 


N 




H 


2 


n/17/81 


B 


5 







H 


2 


7/2'>/81 


A 


9 


N 




H 


2 


U/07/81 


A 


4 


L 




H 


2 


d/J6/81 


A 


!<> 


P N 


W3h 




2 


8/18/81 


B 


1 


N 


K90 




2 


12/07/91 


A 


1 


N 


Kqo 




2 


12/08/91 


A 


1 


P N 


SSI 




2 


12/QO/81 


c 


1 


N 


K90 




2 


12/10/81 


A 


1 


N 


K90 




2 


12/12/81 


A 




N 


K90 




2 


12/12/91 


A 


^ 


E 




H 


2 


a/c/gi 


B 


1 


N 


W2<. 


H 


2 


10/01/91 


D 


6 


F 




H 


2 


12/01/91 


A 


1 


N 




H 


2 


1 1/15/81 


A 


8 


N 




S 


2 


1 1/16/81 


A 


1 


N 


K90 


H 


2 


12/21/Pl 


A 


1 


F 


M09 



S 2 5/12/81 B 



H 2 


7/04/81 


a 


7 


H 2 


7/17/91 


A 


4 I T R56 


H 2 
H 2 


7/06/81 
7/23/81 


a 

A 


3 N 
12 N 


H ? 
S 2 


9/05/81 
9/05/91 


c 

A 


1 P F M21 

15 R 



H 2 7/02/91 A 

S 2 7/03/81 A 

S 2 7/03/81 C 

H 2 7/04/81 E 

H 2 7/09/81 



H 2 5/08/81 A 4 L 

H 2 9/19/81 A 10 P N W36 



H 2 5/07/81 B 
H 2 5/17/91 A 



S 2 9/02/91 C 18 



S 2 6/12/81 A 
H 2 a/14/91 A 
H 2 9/03/91 B 



H 2 9/07/81 B 

H 2 7/20/81 B 

H 1 6/12/81 a 

H 1 12/08/91 e 



H 2 5/07/81 A 
S 2 5/07/91 C 



5 2 a/ll/81 A 
H ? 6/17/81 A 
H 2 9/2D/91 C 



ID. 
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IHHHHiHHHHnMHHil^ 



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MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL INDEX 

5/01/61 - 12/31/81 



NAMES 



PACE lOS 
1/11/82 



r«0 INOICTEO IN SLAYING 

HUNTt BOe 

h6 SEriBES AFTEB 20 Y E AP S AS WILTON SCHOOL PRINCIPAL 
HUNT, PftENOA 

COUNTY JAIL VISITOR IS CHARGED 

HJ^T■ FuFLL L. 
jeiTuARY 

HU'.T, JA"ES P. JR. ICJVERNORI 

s'^rtviCE AT nu«E rn be held today 

1-iouSTRY's nej face Shown at dedication 

oJS-tax plan ,on't foster aiuse or ado administrative burdens 

"UIlT staying CLfAR of INSURANCE ISSUE 
A'IDY ;rfIFfIT., TO ATTEND TREE PARI GALA 
OFOILATION CtOt''uNY HELD FOR N.C. MUSEUM OF APT 
?i'-'f'''C ^"''^ "" """' '^^"'' STRUCK PEAL CN UNC DISPUTE 
JEmOCFATS SEEr to ^cfORM some RULES 
HUNT PRAistS Durham stridERS 

HUNT OFFERS 10 AID VEPCO If FIRM WILL WORK ON RATES 
HUNT SMOOTHS LITTLE RIVFR PATH 

ot;t9.'^r°i9?'fr ^"5 ^^ >*'l-'- '■"-* '° •^""1 ABOUT WATER SUPPLIES 
PASSING PARADE 
aOuOUETS FOR HUNT 

REAGAN Cuts E'RELTeo to hit PubLic 
The guse rnatjr I al game 

HUNT PLAYSi MT REFUSES TO GAMBLE 

HUNT URGES FLfXlblLITY HN GRANTS 

HUNT ASKS HELP FRHM GOVFRNORS 

SCHWEIKER PROMISES STATES FLEXISILITY IN SPENDING FUNDS 

Changes urged n nominations 

HUNT LEADS DEMOCRAT SEARCH FOR VOTERS 

DEMOCRATS SEEK Tu UNSNARL TANGLE Of RULES RfFORMS 

?rJJf 9?);!;'=9='^, ""■■''"'' "*S GIVFJ N.C. ONE GOVERNOR ALREADY 

NOTfS FROM SJ"Mfi. ON THIS ••!• THAT 

N.C. .--FFICIALS STUDY RROAOCAST 

RESCUE WINS CITATION 

MITTHfLL GETS HERO A„ARO 

HUNT TELLS PRODUCER LBS REPORT "UNFAIR- 

HUNT SAYS POOR PEOPLE'S AID TO CONTINUE IN SOUTH 

HUNT SAYS HE HASN'T ALTERED vEPCO STAND 

MUNI SEfS FUNOS FOR RAY RAISES 

HUNT HOLDS HEARINGS ON IOWA PARTY CAUCUSES 

SHIFT Of MEDICAID COSTS IS OPPOSED 

lE'IS!'!!- '''uE SHOULD OUIT BAITING HUNT 

PROPOSED ".G'lO ISSUE GETS ASSEMBLY SUPPORT 

HUNT RE-AFFIRMS STAND uN VEPCO 

REFORMING NOMINATION SYSTEM AN URGENT TASK 

HELMS. HUNT PRAISE SAOAT FOR HIS EffORTS AT PEACE 

EXPENSES GET OUT Of HAND 

HUNT, dROOks Clash on ISSUE 

GOVERNOR STEPS UP CRITICISM 

STATE'S UShA DIRECTOR RESIGNS 

GROWTH IN SOUTH KEY REASON FOR NEW PLANT IN MORRISVILLE 

OR. wOLfE TO "EET wITH HUNT 

HUNT TALKS TO DR. »OLfE ABOUT fIRING 

HUNT SAYS GENERAL ASSEMBLY ERODING HIS POWER 

UNC POLL GIVES HUM SLIGHT EDGE POR U.S. SENATOR 

HUNT WILL DECIDE ON wOLfE FIRING 

HUNT PACKS fIRING OF OR. ANNE WOlFE 

HUNT OPPOSES FURTHER CUTS 

PRIMARY OEfENOED BY NEW HAMPSHIRE 

DEMOS APPARENTLY WILL GIVE HALF Of CONVENTION SEATS TO WOMEN 

HUNT URGES MURE MINORITY VOTER PARTICIPAI ON 

CHEAP SHOT? 

HUNT UNOECIDEO ABOUT APPEAL 

DEMOCRATS PLAN ALTERNATIVE 

r!;,'?S?X..''P?5*''' ""''■ fUND-RAISER HELD IN MANSION 

GCVERNQP CITcS IMPORTANCE Of MILITARY 10 N.C. ECONOMY 

fLAHERTY SAYS HUNT SHOULD CANCEL EVENT 

HUNT WILL APPEAR ON TODAY SHOW 

INAPPROPRIATE USE Of MANSION 

fLAHERTY'MAKEV^HlS Pc'int"''* ''"'' ^^ °'*<=*f "I ON AL CANDIDATES 
HUNT, JAMES f, jB., APPOINTMENTS 

HUNT'S PLAN 10 POLITICIZE STATE BOARD IS CRITICIZED 

HUNT NAMES ORANGE COUNTY PANEL MEMBERS '""""-'"" 

GRIMSLEY MAY RE NEW NATURAL RESOURCES HEAD 

ROBERSON NEW TRANSPORTATION CHIEF 

Sallti^Vi'*' EX-LEGISLATOR INHERITS TROUBLED DOT 

ROBERSON SWORN IN AS DOT SECRETARY 

REPLACEMENT FOR LEE NAMED 

GRIMSLEY HEADS RESOURCES UNIT 

2?,.^; f^'llOiOn NAMED TO ADMINISTRATION POST 

HUNT NAMES WOMAN TO PAROLES BOARD 

f^NC tp'uSTE'es'NAM??" '°'' '••^- GOVERNMENT JOBS 

HUNT NAMES PRICE TO PANEL POSITION 

PUBLIC TV AGENCY RECEIVES GRANT 

OEL'Y SEEN In judgeship APPOINTMENT 

TRANSIT COUNCIL NAMED IN ORANGE 

HUNT NAMES ORANGE MEMBERS 

HUNT NAMES PERSON COUNCIL 

L'?o"Sr??Pm^?iS" "'"^"^'-'- '° ^°""' 

MITCHELL GETS BTABD TERM 
HUNT PICKS EFFICIENCY COUNCIL 

5^!;5S5V2t? Pn^H,!^?- HUNT'S judgeship hopes 

BARBER GETS COURTS PANEL APPOINTMENT 

■inn; ?ld?' -EIChS rep. pat HUNT'S COMMENTS 

JUUUMbNT. . . 

REP. HUNT'S APPOINTMENT TO JUDGESHIP IN QUESTION 

HUNT JUDGESHIP STILL UP IN THE AIR UUtSMON 

OBSCURING THE TRUTH 

MESSER ASSISTANT FOR AGING 

CHILD ADVOCACY CHAIRMAN NAMED 

ult.T.hr-.lllLT^f 2^5; c'hS^eT"' ""'^" POLITICIAN, 

TRISh hunt NAMED TO BENCH 
MRS. MEYER REAPPOINTED 

S^SsH*?ASJr?o'^?A?i°?biRS° "'""Oa^^ «'STES PANEL 

H£*S'Eo5SR^?'?R'f?H'auNS'"^ ELECTIONS BOARD 

2o?' SliMc-'^"""^"'* "^O" EMPLOYMENT POST 

MRS. BARNES NAMED TO LEGISLATURE 

aOYALL APPOINTtn TO PANFL 

BARNES LEAVES BOARD TO ACCEPT HUNT'S SEAT 

ROYALL TO HfAO STUDY COMMISSION 

RESIDENT SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE NAMED 

ROYALL APPOINTEC TO HEAD MENTAL HfiCTH COMMISSION 



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s/ol/81 - 12/31/''l 



P»GE 106 
l/U/82 



HUNT XiKES IPPOlNTMCurS 
HUNT TIPS .ilLK INS 
eSAOSMaw IS NiMfQ TO POST 

Sunt APPOINTS moto,! vehicles co>«HissinNFR 

NCCU "OARfl GETS NEW MEMPER 

HUNT. JA^*ES *• JR«« ARTS 

mIjNt"aNTS BUSINESSES TO AID ARTS 

HUNT. JA"ES P. JR.. "ALANCEO GROWTH PROPOSAL 
STATE OEVELOP^tNT COM'^ISSION FQRHED 
PLANNING FOR PROGRESS 

-"^•pE^;?!^T^0^"FM°»'E«if?rMl^*3?;bLT 

ISil^?^rts'^Lli^E^^TTS^fEr^i^^'&Sf'?S^TR.CT PROCEOURES 
HUNT WAS REPORTEDLY TOLD OF BIO RIGGING 
HUNT: REBATE MINOR PART OF TAX PACKAGE 



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HUNT a 
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SAVINGS CALLED -PHANTOH' IN HUNT ROAD PLAN 

CS^'sC?ENCE. HATH SCHOOL FUNDS BACKED 
S COULD HURT SOUTH 
AN 

MI ITEO TO RAISES 
AN ThEHSELVES from DOLE 
EAGAN STANO on PORT FUNDS 
NCREASES SEEM NEEPEO 
N.r . nil MILLION 

stantial- cuts in some programs 

igh revenue estimates 

tate wages 

he punches 

iffer on main issues 

rs^want to give state employees a bigger raise 
iiial ok to state water 60n0s 
oond issue nears approval in senate 
employees on raise hopes next year 

MUCH 

ST TAX GIVEAWAYS 

ADDITIONAL FUNDS 

ES BELOW STATE HOPES 

GHIFR FREEZE ON HIRING. TRAVEL EXPENSES 

N'HONTiTIQN ON CONTROL OF SLOCK GRANTS 

E BUDGET CUTBACK S 

S THREAT TO EDUCATION 



.• ICARTOONI 
T03ACC0 



HUNT. JAMES P. JR.. !>USEAUCHATS 
HUNT RAPS REAGAN 

HUNT, JA-ES P. JR.. CABINET 
LEE DENIES HE RESIGNED 
LEE RESIGNS FROM CABINET 

i N.C. OFFICIALS RESIGN ^ „ 

NEW MEMPERS Of HUNT CABINET SWORN IN TODAY 
CABINET SHUFFLES STIR LITTLE INTEREST 
2 NEW N.C. CABINET MEMBERS SwORN IN 

HUNT. JAMES E. JP.. CMlNA/JAPAN TRIP 

HUNT AND GREEN TO VISIT JAPAN. KOREA, TAIWAN 

MR. HUNT'S TSIP ABROAD WILL BENEFIT TAR HEELS 

BUSINESS Talk 

HUNT TOUTS N.C. TO JAPANESE 

HUNT CITES STATE'S PORTS TO JAPANESE 

HUM MEETS WITH JAPANESE MANUFACTURERS 

HUNT CONTINUES TRADE m[SsION 

HUNT IN SOUTH KOREA 

■VtLLY GOOD PACKAGE. MR, HUNT. . 

HUNT CALLS ON KOREAN PRESIDENT 

SOUTH KOREA TO RESUME BUYING N.C. 

HUNT RETURNS FROM TRIP TO ORIENT 

HUNT ON WAY BACK TO U.S. 

HUNT SAYS JAPAN TRIP TO RESULT IN N.C. JU3S 

THREE JAPANESE FIRMS SAID EYEING N.C. 

CENTER. SCHOOL SELLING POINTS IN JAPAN 

HUNT TOOTS DURHAM'S HORN 

'NESTED' TOBACCO EMBARRASSES HUNT 

BUSINESS LEADER SAYS INDUSTRY GREATLY NEEDED IN EASTERN N.C. 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR.. CHRISTMAS 

GOVERNOR SENDS HOLIDAY MESSAGE 

N.C. POLITICIANS CUT CHRISTMAS CARD LISTS 

MISUSING YULE CARDS 

HUNT, JAMES e. JR., COMMUTATIONS 

ISMATf ChILOERS to IE FREED BEFORE CHRISTMAS 
OVER 250 INMATES TO BE RELEASED 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR., CkIME PREVENTION PROPOSALS 

HUNT RECUESTS DELAY OF SPEEDY TRIAL PROVISION 

PRISON RELEASE PLAN SHAPING 

BUDGET 'REASON' HUNT RELEASING INMATES 

".35 N.C. PRISONERS RELEASED IN <> DAYS 

HUNT, JAMES E. J I., E R A 

3,000 RALLY IN RALEIGH TO SHOW FRA SUPPORT 

HUNT, JAMES 6. JR., fOUCATION PROPOSALS 
GOVERNOR WANTS IMPACT AID 

HUNT, JAMES P. JR., FMPLOYHENT 
JOBS APPEAL 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR., ENERGY 
ENERGY SAVINGS PRAISED 
CHEAP SHOT? 
GOVERNOR DIDN'T MAKE 'CHEAP SHOT' REMARK 

HUNT, JAMES 6. JR.. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 
HUNT REQUESTS DRILLING REPORT 
STATE MAY SUE OVER OIL LEASE 
HUNT WARNS AGAINST OIL LEASES 
HUNT BAPS RULING ON OREGON INLET 
SUIT PLANNED OVER DRILLING 

STATE SUES TO BLOCK SALE OF OIL DRILLING RIGHTS 
OFFSHORE DRILLING RISKS EXAGGERATED 
REORDER PRIORITIES 

N.C. AGREES TO DELAY SUIT OVER OIL DRILLING 
JIM t JESSE show: RIVALS TEAMING UP TO SAVE LIGHTHOUSE 
GIL AND GAS LEASES UP FOR BIDS TODAY 

BIO FOR DRILL RIGHTS OFF HATTERAS EXCEEDS »I00 million 
CAPE HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE ICARTOONI 



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2 5/D6/81 A 1 N 851 



H 2 5/03/81 A 10 P N 



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A 


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4 


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6/26/81 


A 


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N 


2 


7/05/91 


A 


1 1 


N 


7 


7/1 1/91 


A 


I 3 


N 


7 


7/15/91 


n 


10 


N 


7 


7/17/91 


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A 


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NNUAL INDEX 

5/01/al - 12/31/81 



PAGE 107 
1/11/82 



OffSnORE OkIlLISo C:)ULD begin this fALL 

JIM, JESSE SEE ThF LIGHT 

LIGhTH3US'='S fate B?STS kITH NATuBE, CONGRESS 

ENVldONNENI J'.OfK ATTACK 

HUNT. hElHS jni^l ON LIGHTHGUSE DRIVE 

LIGHTHOUSE CAMPAIGN LAUNCHtO 

KEEPtnS Of T«f LKiHT 

STBAflCE flEOFELLOwS INDEED 

GJVFRNOSS' PANEL TABLES RESOLUTIONS 

HUNT SAYS HE SOUGHT ACTION TO PRESERVE ACT 

U.S. PLANS LKHTHOuSe PROJECT 

LIGHTHUUSE CAMPAIGN GETS ADDITIONAL BACKERS 



HUNT, JAMES P. 
HUNT CAN* 



JR., FviUAL RIGHTS AMEND"ENT 
BRING COMMISSION TO N.C. 



HUNT, JAMES 3. JR., ETHICS CODE ,., , 

HUNT: BAR OR LIST CASH GIFTS TO OFFI1.IALS 

HUNT, JAMES 6. JR., FARM POLICIES , , ,, 

HUNT ruNCEMNS vniE ON PEANUT ALLOTMENTS 
HUNT BLAMES GOP FOR PEANUT VOTE 
HELMS, HUNT SWAP CLAIMS ON TOBACCO 

HUNT, JAMES P. JR., FILM MAKING 

THEY'RE HUNTING FOR A GOVERNOR .„„,, ,., -,. .. 

SCHEDULING PREVFNTS HUNT FROM PLAYING HIMSELF IN FILM 
HUNT HOSTS "UVIf STARS , ,„,., 

HUNT, STARS SHARE STAGE IN 'BRAINSTOhM' GATHERING 
HUNT HELPS ■BRAINSTORM- 
HUNT, JAMES B. JR., Gambling 

DON'T BET ON IT... 

HUNT, JAMES P. JR.. Gubernatorial succession 

GUBERNATORIAL SUCCESSION IS TARGET OF SENATOR'S BILL 

BILL WOULD DROP ADVERSARY HEARINGS IN ADULT 500KST0RE CASES 

HUNT, JAMES P. JR., HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT 
N.C. NEEOS WASTF BILL 

HUNT WASTE P.<OPnSAL STALLS IN N.C. SENATE 
PARADE OF SPEAKERS CONDEMNS WASTES PROPOSAL 
COMPROMISE A PYli^G ART 

WASTES DISPOSAL BILL ENACTED ^^ ,^„^, 

HUNT WANTS REGIONAL ACCORD TO COVER SEVERAL WASTE TYPES 
STATtS Eye plan for RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL 
HUNT IaCKS RtGIONAL PACT ON HAZARDOUS WASTE SITES 
A GR IM REMINDER 

HUNT APPOINTS SIX PEOPLE TO HAZARDOUS WASTES PANEL 
OFFICIAL SAYS LANDFILL WILL GET ONLY PC9S 
HUNT SAYS HAZARDOUS WASTE NO LONGER CAN BE IGNORED 
N. C. WASTES MANAGEMENT PANEL MEETS 
BOARD STUDIES AIMS IN HAZARDOUS WASTE 



HUNT, JAMES P. JR. 
NORTHERN TELEC 
SOME OF HUNT'S 
STATE DEvELOPM 
PLANNING FOR P 
GRANVILLE TO G 
CALIFCRMA'S M 
HUNT SAYS INDU 
HUNT CITES I.<n 
LABOR CHIEF RA 
BUDGET CuTS JH 
FEDERAL CUTS H 
STATE RIGHT TO 
HUNT CUTS RIbP 
HUNT STRESSES 
STATE RCADS, S 
STUDY SAYS MIC 
HUNT PAPS MICR 
BRISTOL-MYERS 
BIOTECHNOLOGY 
BUSINESSMAN SK 
N.C. aiOTECHNO 
PLANNING FOR T 
BIOTECH CENTER 
HUNT HOPES RTP 
'VELLY GOOD PA 
HUNT SAYS JAPA 
THREE JAPANESE 
CENTER, SCHOOL 
HUNT TOOTS OUR 
BUSINESS LEAOE 
COUNTY OFFICIA 
INDUSTRIAL DEV 



INDUSTRIAL DF 
OM =LANT IS OE 

PREOICTICNS C 
ENT COM-ISSION 
ROuRESS 

ET tlD MILLION 
ICKOELECTRONIC 
STRY BOOM CREA 
USTRIAL INVEST 
PS PUBLICIZING 
REATEN DURHAM 
ELD N.C. GROWT 

CITE WAGES AS 
ON, CITES N.C 
[••PORTANCE DF 
TATE'S PUSINES 
BOELECTBONICS 
OELECTRONICS S 

dedicates new 
due boost from 
eptical about 
logy center to 
he future 
Burn in trian 
centers hill 
ckage, mr. hun 
n tr ip to resu 
firms said ey 
selling point 
ham's horn 
r says indu5tr 
ls cautious ap 
elopment is mu 



VELOPMENT 
OICATED 

N CHIPS INDUSTRY DISPUTED 
FORMED 

PLANT 
S PROBLEMS STUDIED 
TF S 12,613 NEW JOBS 
MENT INCREASE 

WAGES TJ RECRUIT INDUSTRY 
I-<,0 LINK 
H THREAT 

AN INDUSTRIAL ATTRACTION 

GROWTH 
MICROELECTRONICS CENTER 
S 

WAGES PROPAELY WOULD BE LOW 
TUDY 
PLANT IN MORRISVILLE 

STATE 
REGULATORY CUTS 

OPEN AT RTP, HUNT SAYS 

GLE 

DRAW INDUSTRY TO N.C. 
T. . .' ICARTOONI 
LT in N.C. JOBS 
EINC N.C. 
S IN JAPAN 

Y GREATLY NEEDED IN EASTERN N.C. 
OUT MICROELECTRONICS 
NT CONCERN 



HUM, JAMES B. JR., INF ILT1ATI0N OF EXTREMIST GROUPS 
N.C. EXTREMIST GROUPS CHALLENGE GOVERNMENT 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR., LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS 

HUNT PROPOSES TAX REBATE AS PART OF HIGHWAY PACKAGE 

HUNT GASOLINE TAX PROPOSAL ICARTOONI 

TAR HEEL CONTINUING FIGHT TO HALT ANY TAX INCREASES 

TIGHTENED RULES EYED ON GETTING GAS LEVY CREDIT 

TAA PROPOSALS GIVE SOME LEGISLATORS PROBLEMS 

HUNT CONFIDENT ABOUT PROGRAMS 

HUNT: REBATE MINOR PART OF TAX PACKAGE 

HUNT 'BATTING .'>91' ON LEGISLATIVE GOALS 

SCRAP IRONY 

LET THEM DEFcNO THEMSELVES 

HUNT CONCERNED LEGISLATORS WON'T ACT ON LIQUOR TAX 

ALCOHOL TAA IS HUNT'S 2ND LEGISLATIVE DEFEAT 

HUNT GOT 2 Of 3 GOALS IN SESSION 

MR. HUNT'S RECORD 

HUNT, JAMES 9. JR., LEGISLATIVE RECORD 

HUNT AIDES HELP DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATORS EXPLAIN THEIR VOTES 
HUNT HELPS LAWMAKERS WITH SPEECHES 

HUNT, JAMES 6. JR., PARDONS 

CHATHAM MAN SUES OFFICIALS 

HUNT, JAMES ?. JR., PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN POTtNTIAL 
HUNT IS LISTED AS POSSIBLE ' B". CANDIDATE 
HUNT IN LIMELIGHT, BUT DENIES AMBITIONS 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR., PRESS CONFERENCES 
HUNT REQUESTS DRILLING REPORT 

HUNT CALLS FDR CONTROLS ON GIFTS TO STATE OFFICIALS 
HUNT: BAR OR LIST CASH GIFTS TO OFFICIALS 
HUNT Says industry boom creates 12,613 NEW JOBS 
HUNT CITES INIUSTRIAL INVESTMENT INCREASE 
HUNT SEFS THREAT TO TOBACCO SUPPORT 
HUNT SAYS TOBACCO PROGRAM IN TROURLF 



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12/10/81 







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Q N 

H 2 9/29/81 A 13 f 

H 2 7/Oif/ai B I P N 



S 2 


9/17/81 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


9/18/81 


A 


19 


N 




H 2 


9/20/81 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


8/28/8 


A 


1 


N 




H ? 


9/20/8 


C 


6 


N 




S 2 


9/23/8 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


9/2'./81 


A 


I 


P N 


G53 


S 2 


10/31/81 





tt 


P N 




H 2 


a/l3/Rl 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


5/01/81 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


5/oa/ai 


A 


6 


N 




S 2 


5/05'81 


A 


A 


E 




S I 


5/16/ni 


A 


'4 


N 




H 2 


5/21/81 


A 


1 7 


N 


H60 


S 2 


6/08/31 


A 


^ 


E 




H 2 


6/26/81 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


8/20/81 


B 


1 


N 


053 


H 2 


10/02/81 


A 


7 


N 




H 2 


10/29/81 


A 


10 


N 


G53 


5 2 


U/02/81 


A 


^ 


E 




H 2 


11/07/81 


A 


5 


N 




H 1 


1 1/28/81 


c 


1 


P N 




S 2 


12/09/81 


A 


1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


12/10/81 


B 


5 


N 




S 2 


12/10/81 


C 


1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


5/16/8 


B 


1 


P N 


F78 


H 2 


5/20/8 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


6/02/8 


A 


8 


P N 




S 2 


6/05/81 


A 


i. 


E 




H 1 


6/10/81 


B 


1 


P N 


H60 


H 2 


6/29/81 


A 


8 


N 




S 2 


7/23/Sl 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/2',/ei 


C 


l". 


N 




H 2 


9/06/81 


c 


1 


N 




S 2 


9/10/8 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/11/81 


A 


1 


P N 




H 2 


9/U/81 


A 


'* 


E 




H 2 


9/1 1/81 


A 


1". 


N 


M23 


S 2 


9/11/81 


B 


6 


N 


M23 


H 2 


9/15/81 


A 


<» 


E 




S 2 


9/30/81 


C 


2 


N 




H 2 


lO/02/Sl 


B 


1 


N 


G53 


H 2 


10/20/81 


C 


1 


N 


H60 


H 2 


10/27/81 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


10/28/81 


B 


5 


N 




S 2 


11/35/81 


A 


1 


N 




S 2 


11/05/81 


A 


't 


E 




H ? 


11/36/81 


A 


1 


P N 


G53 


S 2 


11/39/81 


C 


3 


F 




H 2 


11/22/81 





5 


T T 


P<.5 


S 2 


12/33/81 


A 


I 


N 




H 2 


U/O'./Rl 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


12/04/81 


B 


1 


N 


G53 


S 2 


12/07/81 


A 


i* 


E 




H 1 


12/12/81 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


12/27/81 


C 


1 


N 


981 


S 2 


12/28/81 


C 


3 


N 





S 2 5/28/81 A 



H ? 


5/01/81 




1 


N 


H / 


5/01/81 




ii 




M 2 


5/01/81 




10 


N 


H ? 


5/02/81 




1 


N 


H ? 


5/05/81 




H 


N 


H > 


6/08/81 




1 3 


N 


H 1 


6/12/81 




6 


N 


\ f 


7/06/81 




U 


N 


H / 


7/09/81 




4 


E 


S ? 


8/15/81 




A 


E 


H 2 


10/05/81 




1 


N 


<; ■? 


10/12/81 




5 


N 


H 7 


10/13/81 






N 


H I 


13/ia/8l 


U 


<> 


fc 



S 2 8/10/81 C 5 N 
H 2 8/11/81 B 6 J 



H 1 5/06/81 C 1 



7/23/81 
a/09/81 



6/26/81 
7/03/81 
7/0'./81 
7/23/81 
7/24/81 
7/30/81 
7/31/81 



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HUNT CONOE 
HUNT OlamE 
C5I"E SHOW 
HUNT HOSTS 
HUNT, STAR 
HUNT QUEST 
SOME LEGIS 
STATES EYE 
HUNT SAYS 
HUNT: HIKE 
REP, HUNT 
HUNT CAUTI 
GOVESNOB S 
HUNT JUDGE 
HUNT SAYS 
HUNT BACKS 
N.C. BintE 
BIOTECH CE 
HUNT SAYS 
HUNT AtfOIO 
THSEc JAPA 
CFNTE". SC 
GOVERNOR N 
GOVERNOR S 
ANGUISH SE 



S ^F" I"*bACCO PR 

S THKl-ATEN OURHA 
iTS hELO N.C. GRO 
:mns vote On PEAN 
S GOP FOR PEANUT 
5 SI IChT OECREAS 

MOVIE STARS 
S SHARE STAGE IN 
tONEO ABOUT PARK 
LAITRS WANT TO G 

■ PLAN FOR RAOrOA 
HE SOUGHT ACTION 

■ IN SALES TAX NO 
S APPOINTMENT TO 
ONS EMPLOYEES ON 
TEPS UP CRITIC IS 
SHIP STILL UP IN 
TOiACCQ SUPPORT 

, REGIONAL PACT 
ICHNnLOGY CENTER 
■NTER PORN IN TRI 
JAPAN IR IP TO RE 

is confrontation 
ijESF firms SAIO 
hOOL SELLING POI 

lOT Taking positi 

TAYING neutral I 
EN OVER HIGHWAYS 



OPOSAL 

I-lO LINK 
WTh THkFaT 

ut allotments 

VUTE 

IN STATE'S Rural areas. 



HUNT SAYS 



•BRAINSTORM' GATHERING 

IVE STATE EMPLOYEES A BIGGER RAISE 
CTIve WASTE DISPOSAL 

TO PRESERVE ACT 
T RULEO OUT 

JUDGESHIP IN i^UESTION 

RAI SE HOPES NEXT YEAR 

THE AIR 
PROGRAM REMAINS STRONG 
N HAZARDOUS HASTE SITES 
TO OPEN AT RTP, HUNT SAYS 
ANGLE 

5ULT IN N.C. JOBS 
ON CONTROL OF BLOCK GRANTS 
EYEING N.C. 
NTS IN JAPAN 

ON ON N.C. REPISTRICTING PROBLEMS 
N WRANGLE OVER REOISTRICTING 



HUNT, JAMES E. JR., PRESS RELATIONS 

HUNT DEFENDS RECORD -ITH N.C. PRESS 
HUNT'S REMARKS REFRESHING 

"""'•a-'^SI ^OTE':"uNn^S"I«nON FOR DURHAM NATIVE BREEDS DISCORD 
MEANINGLESS PROCLAMATIONS 
HUNT PROCLAIMS NURSING WEEK 

HUNT, JAMES 5. JR., RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN 

HUNT BACKER ATTACKED IN MAILING FROM HUNT 
JIM HUNT 'd*. (CakTOOM 

HUNT, JAMtS B. JR., RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURES 
HUNT'S LOGO MAY gQ 

HUM, JA"tS B. JR., REWA30S 
REwtfiOS GET RESULTS 

HUM, JAMES P. JR., RQA&S 

HUNT PROPOSES TAX RFBATE AS PART OF HIGHWAY PACKAGE 

HUNT GASOLINE TAX PROPOSAL ICARIOONI 

TAW HEEL CONTI«UING FIGHT TO HALT ANY TJX INCREASES 

IIGHTFNEO RULFS cYEO ON GETTING GAS LEVY CREDIT 

HUNT ROAO PLAN "OIIFIEU , „ „ „ 

iZO MILLION IN SAVl'lGS CALLED 'PHANTOM' IN HUNT ROAO PLAN 

JAMES HUNT HIGHWAY TAX PROPOSALS (CARTCONl 

TAXPAYERS ARE GETTING THE OLO R AZ ZL E-OA Z 2LE 

N.C. SERVICE STATION ASSOCIATION OPPOSES GAS TAX HIKE 

TAX PROPOSALS GIVE SuME LEGISLATORS PROBLEMS 

HUNT'S GAS TAX REFUND DWINDLES 

LEGISLATORS SAY PEOPLE ARE CRITICAL OF GAS TAX 

BUDGET CUTS EVEN SCORE 

TAX CREDIT WOULD REQUIRE DETAILED RECORDS 

HUNT REVISES TAX PLAN AGaIN 

TWINKLE, Twinkle LITTLE TAX GIMMICK 

HUNT GAS TAX REBATE PROPOSAL ICA^TOONI 

TAXES FOB HIGHWAY MISMANAGERS 

HUNT SEEKS TRANSPORTATION BOARD'S HELP 

HUNT PLAN RAISES QUESTIONS ABOUT I-<,0, EXPRESSWAY 

HIGHWAY CHIEF CUITS AS GAS TAX HOVERS 

GIVE »EN SPAULOING • CALL 

HUNT DEFENDS HIS PLAN FOR INCREASING TAXES 

•GOOD ROADS' Campaign planned 

GAS tax RESPJ'iSE IS NEGATIVE 

HUM'S OFFICE NOTES ROAO TAX SUPPORT 

FLAK FROM RAlF IGH 

GOVERNOR MAS REASON ON HIS SIDE 

LET'S OPPOSE EXTRA GAS TAX 

GAS TAX DFSATED IN ADVERTISEMENTS 

GAS TAX WORD WAR MQuMTIrjG 

GAS-TAX PLAN WON'T FOSTER ABUSE OR ADO ADMINISTRATIVE BURDENS 

MAIL RUNNING AGAINST PROPOSED TAX REBATE 

GROUP URGES GAS TAX REFERENDUM 

GOP RIDICULES DOT PROPOSAL 

GAS TAX PROPOSAL STIRRING OPPOSITION 

BLACK CAUCUS BACKS HUNT'S ROAO PROGRAM 

DURHAM COP RaPS TAX PLAN 

VOTERS TELL SPAULDING THEY'RE lEEBY OF GAS TAX 

GAS TAX FUELING CONTROVERSY 

GAS TAX GETS ROOSTS. BLASTS 

DEBATE CU HUNT'S GAS TAX DELAYED TQ GAIN SUPPORTERS 

SENATE PANEL OKS HUNT GAS-TAX PLAN 

GAS tax; Close vute seen in senate as plan clears first hurdle 

THE TAX OFflSTE ANO ITS CATCH 22 

TAX OPPONENTS UNFAIR, INACCURATE 

HUNT LASHES CONGRESSIONAL CLUB OVER ADS 

FUNDS WILL BUILD, UPGRADE N.C. ■<OADS 

GASOLINE Tax WUULD be COUTERPROOUCTIVE 

HOW WILL Taxes and inflation affect workers? 

SEVERAL ROAD TAX PLANS EXAMINED 

GAS TAX WINS 1ST SENATE VOTE 

SESSION'S KEY ISSUES DIVIDING DELEGATION 

S6Q,000 REPORTED LOANED TO CROUP 

GOOD SENSE TALKS LOUDEST 

GAS TAX (CABTOONl 

INCREASE EFFICIENCY INSTEAD OF ROAO TAXES 

AVERAGE GAS TAX KFBATE SEEN FAR LESS THAN tJ2.50 

HOUSE VOTES GAS TAX, KILLS REBATE 

GAS TAX GIVEN FINAL HOUSE OK 

THE GREAT GAS Tax SNOW JOB 

HUNT WINS HIS PRIZE AS Gas tax ENACTED 

STATE'S RPa-S program CITED AT DEDICATION 

HUNT TO HEAR Expressway sackers 

TRACT MAY SLOW EXPRESSWAY 

HUNT 'TO PUSH' ExPRFSSway: CALLS DURHAM PROJECT TOP STATE PRIORITY 

SPAULDING NOT ASKED TO RALEIGH MEETING 

EXPRESSWAY COULD BEGIN PY 1993 

'COOKING' TOPS LANGUISHING 

BUDGET CUTS THREATEN DURHAM l-<.0 LINK 

FEDERAL CUTS HELD N.C. GROWTH THREAT 

They should havf INVITED REPRESENTATIVE SPAULDING 

STATE ROAOS. STATE'S BUSINESS 

FLAHERTY SAYS HUNT 'ABUSING TAX FUNDS' 

HUNT PRAISES HIGHWAY ACTION: SEES MORE FUNOS AVAILABLE FOR 1-40 

N.C. GAS TAX Funds used to buy signs 
YOUR Tax waste 



N E 




S 
E 


I 
L 


t 

Y 




P 


DATE 


c 


PC L 


P 


BYL 


S 2 


9/l<./81 


A 


1 P 


N 




S 2 


9/ID/81 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


■5/11/81 


A 


1 P 


N 




S 2 


9/17/81 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


9/18/81 


A 


19 


N 




H 1 


i/iB/ai 


B 


1 


N 




5 2 


9/21/81 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


9/2',/81 


A 


1 P 


N 


G53 


H 2 


9/2<,/81 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


10/02/91 


A 


7 


N 




H 2 


10/02/81 


A 


7 


N 




H 2 


10/D9/91 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


10/09/81 


B 


7 


N 




S 2 


10/14/81 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


lD/15/81 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


10/15/91 


A 


6 


N 




M 2 


lO/lS/Bl 


B 


1 


N 


G53 


H 2 


10/25/81 


B 


6 


N 




H 2 


10/29/81 


A 


10 


N 


G53 


S 2 


11/05/91 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


1 1/06/81 


A 


1 P 


N 


G5 3 


S 2 


12/03/Bl 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


I2/0<./Pl 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


12/0<>/el 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


12/0<./ai 


B 


1 


N 


G53 


S 2 


12/09/91 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


12/10/81 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


12/10/91 


B 


5 


N 




S 2 


3/18/81 


A 


3 P 


N 




S 2 


9/22/91 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


5/09/81 


c 


1 n 


N 


P66 


H 2 


5/l<./81 


A 


i* 


E 




S 2 


11/17/91 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


6/02/81 


B 


1 


N 


G53 


H 2 


7/05/81 





4 T 


T 


R56 


S 2 


5/09/81 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


9/23/81 


A 


tt 


E 




H 2 


5/01/91 


A 


1 


,, 




H 2 


5/01/91 


A 


4 T 


T 


R56 


H 2 


S/Ol/^l 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


5/02/81 


A 


1 


N 




S 2 


5/0 2/81 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 


5/03/81 


A 


15 P 


N 




H 2 


5/03/91 


D 


5 T 


I 


P45 


H 2 


5/0'./ai 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


5/05/RI 


3 


9 


N 




H 2 


5/05/81 


B 


9 


N 




H 2 


5/06/91 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


5/06/81 


c 


1 


N 


G53 


S 2 


5/06/91 


A 


*t 


E 




S 2 


5/06/81 


A 


23 


N 




H 2 


5/09/81 


A 




N 




H 2 


5/09/81 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


5/08/Bl 


A 


4 T 


T 


R56 


H 2 


5/09/81 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


5/09/91 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


5/10/81 


C 


1 


U 


G53 


H 2 


5/13/81 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


S/li/Rl 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


5/l<./81 


A 


22 


N 




H 2 


5/15/81 


c 


5 


N 




S 2 


5/15/91 


c 


1 


N 


K90 


H 2 


5/17/81 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


5/17/81 





4 


E 




H 2 


5/17/91 


D 


4 


L 




H 2 


5/17/81 


D 


5 


L 




S 2 


5/19/ai 


B 


7 


N 




H 2 


5/20/81 




1 


N 




5 2 


5/20/81 




4 


L 




S 2 


5/20/81 




14 


N 




H 2 


5/22/81 




12 


N 




H 2 


5/23/ai 




18 


N 




H 2 


5/2<./ai 




4 


E 




H 2 


5/26/91 




14 P 


N 




H 2 


5/26/81 




14 


N 




S 2 


5/26/81 




1 


N 


K90 


S 2 


5/26/81 




1 


N 




H 2 


5/27/81 




1 P 


N 




H 2 


5/28/91 




1 


N 




S 2 


5/29/81 




1 


N 




H 2 


5/29/81 




1 


N 




H 2 


5/29/91 




4 


E 




H 2 


5/29/81 




4 


L 




H 2 


5/29/81 




13 


N 




S 2 


5/30/81 




1 


N 


K90 


H 2 


5/31/81 




4 


L 




H 2 


5/31/81 




4 


L 




H 2 


6/01/81 




13 


N 




H 2 


6/03/91 




I 


N 




H 2 


6/03/81 




1 


N 


G53 


H 2 


6/03/91 




9 


N 




S 2 


6/J6/81 




4 


E 




H 2 


6/07/91 




5 I 


T 


J52 


H 2 


6/09/91 




4 


L 




H 2 


6/09/81 




12 


N 




H 2 


6/19/91 




1 


N 


G53 


H 2 


6/19/91 




1 


N 




H 2 


6/21/91 




4 


E 




H 2 


6/26/81 




1 


N 




H 2 


7/21/91 




11 


N 




H 2 


9/02/81 




1 


N 


W36 


S 2 


9/02/81 




1 


N 


K90 


H 2 


9/03/81 




1 


N 


W36 


H 2 


9/03/81 




1 


N 




S 2 


9/03/91 




1 


N 




S 2 


9/05/91 




4 


E 




S 2 


9/10/81 




I 


N 




M 2 


9/11/91 




1 P 


N 




H 2 


9/12/81 




4/ 


E 




H 2 


9/15/91 




4 


E 




H 2 


9/16/81 




14 


N 




H 2 


9/25/91 




10 


N 




H 2 


9/30/81 


B 


4 P 


N 




H 2 


10/02/81 


A 


4 


E 





MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 

12/31/ai 



P40E 10<) 
l/U/82 



Y>'^UR r.ono hOAf^S POGGRAM at work (CAHTnON) 

MANPOWfcR FJB Tml RUAOS 

COP LASHES HU'ir FOR Sl&fiS 

ACTIUM TALKS LOUDEST 

GAS-TAX MONEY MISSPENT "N SIGNS 

AAO ROADS ARE COSTLY, TOO 

HUNT SJUOhT road STANDARDS CHANCES 

N.C. GOP CHA^r.ES HUNT WITH LYtNG 

GOP LEADERS ACCUSE HUNT OF LYING AdOuT SIGN COSTS 

ANGUISH SEEN OVER HIGHWAYS 

HUNT UPSET AT HEL'IS' I-'O REMARK 

GLOOMY Future forecast for n.c. highway system 

HUNT, JAMES a. JR., speeches 

HUNT PRAISES SCIENCE SCHOOL 

HUNT "ulls Future plans, raps congressional club 

HUNT ASKS SUPPGRT FOR FRIENDS PFQGRAM 

ECHOES 

TAR HEELS SHOWING 0001 COMMON SENSE 

STATE'S CHILDREN NEED UNC CENTER, HUNT SAYS 

BUNT WILL ASK N.C. 9APTISTS TO HELP STATE'S NEEDY PEOPLE 

3APTISTS ASKED TO AID YOUNG CRIMINALS 

HUNT MAY SEEK ADDITIONAL FUNDS 

HUNT SAYS SOME Changes needed in leaf program 

HU'll. JAMES B. JR., STAFF 

G'lMSLEY PLANS TO QUIT 

HUNT, JA"fS P. JR.. Taxes 

TAXPAYERS ARE .jETTING The ULD RA i 7L E -DAZ 2LE 
TAX PROPOSALS GWE SOME LEGISLATORS PROBLEMS 
HUNT'S Gas tax "tFoNO DWINDLES 

ta« cseoit would require oetailej rfcoros 
hunt revises tax plan again 
Twinkle, twinkle little tax gimmick 
hunt gas tax re°ate proposal icartooni 

TAXES FOR HIGHWAY MISMANAGERS 

PASSING PARADE 

PEASANTS OF FAIR CAROLINE MAY REVOLT 

TEXTILES AMONG INDUSTRIES SEEKING TAX BREAKS 

QUOTATIONS ON TAXES: READ 'EM AND wEEP... 

GIVE KEN SPAULOING A CALL 

GOVERNOR'S LOGIC SOUND ON TAXES 

RAISE THE TOBACCO TAX 

HUNT DEFENDS HIS PLAN FOR INCREASING TAXES 

'GOOD ROADS' CAMPAIGN PLANNED 

HUNT SAYS HE OPPOSES CIGARETTE TAX INCREASE 

GAS TAX RESPONSE IS NEGATIVE 

DEDICATION DHAWS TAX COMMENTS 

HUNT'S OFFICE NOTES ROAD TAX SUPPORT 

FLAK FROM RALE IGH 

GOVERNOR HAS RE'SON ON HIS SIDE 

LET'S OPPOSE Extra GAS TAX 

GAS TAX WORD WAR "OUNTING 

GAS-TAX PLAN WuN'T FOSTER ABUSE JP ADD ADMINISTRATIVE bUROENS 

MAIL Running against proposed tax nEdATE 

GAS TAX DEiJATf ERUPTS IN SENATE 

HUNT WILL SET UP COMMITTEES FOR TRANSPORTATION ADVICE 

OPPOSE THE TAX INCREASES 

GROUP uRl.es gas tax referendum 

TAX HIKE BREEDS WASTE 

•"Y BABY. . . RIGHT OR WRONG.' (CARTOON) 

GAS TAX PROPOSAL STIRRING OPPOSITION 

NEW TAX WOULD HAVE HIGH IMPACT 

dLACK CAUCUS BACKS HUNT'S ROAO PROGRAM 

DURHAM GUP RAPS TAX PLAN 

PARTY CHAIRMAN LASHES ATTACKS ON HUNT'S PLAN 

VOTERS TELL SPAULDING THEY'RE LEERY OF GAS TAX 

GAS TAJ FUELING CONTROVERSY 

GAS TAX GETS POOSTS. BLASTS 

OTHER STATES MAY HIKE FUEL TAXES 

DEbATE ON BUNT'S GAS TAX DELAYED TO GAIN SUPPORTERS 

SENATE PANEL OKS HUNT GAS-TAX PLAN 

GAS tax: CLOSE VOTE SEEN IN SENATE AS PLAN CLEARS FIRST HURDLE 

The tax debate and its catch 22 

TAX OPPONENTS UNFAIR, INACCURATF 

HUNT LASHES CDHGRESSIONAL CLU» OVER ADS 

GASOLINE Tax wOijlD be COUTERPR ODuC T I V E 

HOW WILL Taxes and inflation affect workers? 

SEVERAL ROAO Tax plans examined 

GAS tax wins 1ST SENATE VOTE 

SESSION'S KEY ISSUES DIVIDING DELEGATION 

160,000 REPORTED LOANED TO GROUP 

SENATE OkS Gas tax, turns TO CIGARETTES 

WALKER Charges anti-gas TAX ADS ARE MISLEADING 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB SPENDS 4207,000 IN TAX CAMPAIGN 

GOOD SENSE TALKS LOUDEST 

CARROT AND STICK USED ON GAS TAX ISSUE 

INCREASE EFFICIENCY INSTEAD OF ROAD TAXES 

BILL SEEKS TAX ON VACATION HOME RENTALS 

AVERAGE GAS TAX REBATE SEEN FAR LESS Than $22.50 

HUNT RUNS INTO OPPOSITION ON GAS. ALCOHOL TAX PLANS 

REBATE MAY BE STRIPPtO FROM GAS TAX PROPOSAL 

MOUSE PANEL DELAYS GAS TAX VOTE 

HUNT: REBATE MINOR PART OF TAX PACKAGE 

HOUSE UNIT Cuts hike in gas tax 

JIM HUNT; GASOLINE TAX REBATE ICARTOONJ 

GAS TAX wiLL HURT US 

PULLEY OFFERS TRANSPORTATION EFFICIENCY PLAN 

CIGARETTE TAX APPEARS DEAD 

SPAULDING TO VOTE 'NO' ON GAS TAX 

N.C. HOUSE TO VOTE ON GAS TAX 

HOUSE VOTES GAS TAX, KILLS REBATE 

3»ADShaw assails ad ijY CONGRESSIONAL CLUd 

GAS TAX GIVEN FINAL HOUSE UK 

SENATE REFUSES TO ADOPT CHANGES IN CAS TAX fllLL 

THE GREAT GAS TAX SNOW JOB 

COMPROMISE SEEN ON GAS TAX 

WHAT IS THE POLITICAL COST OF GASOLINE TAX INCREASE? 

3I-PER GAL. GAS TAX HIKE APPEARS SET 

GAS TAX WILL RAISE PRICES 

COMMITTEE OKS ALCOHOL TAX; GAS TAX NcAfiING ENACTMENT 

HUNT WINS HIS PRIZE AS GAS TAX E.^ACTtD 

MOONSHINE/ALCOHOL TAXES ICARTOONI 

VOTERS. REMEMBER WHO STUCK YOU 

SOME SAY TAX WILL HURT HUNT POLITICALLY 

DURHAM GAS PRICES MAY NOT RISE FULL 32 

ROD ACA-S GETS AKOUNO AT ASSEMBLY 

MR. HUNT AND The 99 

TAX MADNESS MUST END 

GOV. HUNT ACTED WITH RESPONSIBILITY 

GOV. BUNT ROSE A60VE POLITICS ON GAS TAX 

LEGISLATURE SOCKED ThE TAXPAYERS 

HUNT WANTS NEW Tax 

HUNT ALCCHOL TAX HITS SNAG: CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTION IS BROUGHT UP 

SAY ^nen ICARTOONI 



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HUNT, LA«-A«£'S SET F0« LIuUOB TA< BATTLE 

ynuB TAX WAST= 

HUNT HANTS TO GfvF BUSINESSES A TAX i'tif. 

HUNT GIVES UP ON LICUCa TAX 

HU:n: HIKE IN SALFS Tax NOT kULEO OUT 

GOVEKNOS SENO": HOLIDAY HESSAGS 

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S PiJOIFCTION FIO" T03ACC0 IMPORTS 
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THkFAT TO TOBACCO SUPPJOT 

TOBACCO PROGRAM IN TROUBLE 
!^TED LEAF CURBS UNNECESSARY 

ClOeO CM ALLOTMENT PLAN , , ,„ 

S T3 STUOY SENATE '51LL TO LIMIT LEAF ALLOTMENT OUNERSHIP 
TS NFh TOBACCO PROPOSAL 

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NT SWAP Claims ON TOBACCO 

SPARKS PARTISAN REMARKS 
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ICI2ES COLUMNIST 

TOBACCO SUPPORT PROGRAM REMAINS STRONG 

SOM' Changes needed in leaf program 

TOBACCO embarrasses HUNT 

HUNT, JAMES e. JR.t TRAVEL 

HUNT AND GREEN Tu VISIT JAPAN, KOREA, TAIWAN 

MR. HUNT'S TRIP ABROAD HILL BElEFIT TAR HEELS 

BUSINESS TALK 

HUNT TGUrS N.r. TO JAPANESE 

HUNT CITES STaTF'S PORTS TO JAPANESE 

HUNT MEETS HITh JAPANESE M AMUf AC TURER S 

HUNT CONTINUES TRADE MISSION 

HUNT IN SOUTH KOREA 

HUNT CALLS ON KOREAN PRESIDENT 

SOUTH KOREA T: RESUMt BUYING N.C, TOBACCO 

HUNT RETURNS FROM TRIP TO ORIENT 

HUNT ON HAY BACK TO U.S. 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR.. VOLUNTEERS 
HUNT HONORS VOLUNTEERS 
HUNT HONORS VOLUNTEERS 

HUNT, JAMES EARL (FAIRMONT! 

STATE INSURANCE OFPT. TAKING NO ACTION AGAINST AUTO CLUB 

HUNT, JAMES HILLIA" ISHANNCNI 

STATE INSURANCE DEPT. TAKING NO ACTION AGAINST AUTO CLUB 

HUNT, JOHN 

TACKLES LIFT FaGLES 

HUNT. LISA K. 

THE LIBRARY AND FREEDOM OF SPEECH 

HUNT, MARGARET 

PEOFSTRIAN HIT ?1 SMALL TRUCK 

.OMAN IN HOSPITAL AFTER BEING HIT BY TRUCK 

HU^;T, PATRICIA STANFORD 

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HUNT, RALPH 

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group backs candid 
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c 






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K90 


S 2 


10/03/81 


A 






N 


K90 


H 2 


10/14/81 


B 






N 


V05 


H 2 


10/14/81 


C 






N 


551 


H 2 


10/16/91 


A 






N 


551 


5 2 


10/16/81 


c 






N 


K90 


H 2 


lD/17/8 


B 






N 


551 


S 2 


10/17/9 


A 






N 




H 2 


10/19/8 


B 






N 




H 2 


10/27/91 


B 






G 




H 2 


10/30/81 


3 




p 


N 


551 


S 2 


0/30/81 


c 






N 


K90 


S 2 


0/31/81 


A 






G 


K90 


H 2 


11/01/81 


C 






N 




H 2 


11/01/81 


D 




p 


F 




H 2 


11/04/81 


A 




p 


N 


G53 


S 2 


11/04/81 


A 




P 


N 


K90 


5 2 


12/07/81 


A 






N 


K90 


H 2 


12/09/81 


A 




P 


N 


551 


S 2 


12/09/81 


C 






N 


K90 


H 2 


12/09/91 


A 


/ / 




E 





HUNT. PaLPH (b'^Ql^U'MAf } 

3«0A0WAY MAYQa CrtALLENGEO 



HUNT, fiAV iNO FLLfc'l IGUlUFn«0 CQ.l 



H I 10/06/81 B 1 



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MONTHLY/A 



SUIT ASKS 5FRVICES FUR «UTISTIC CHILD 



INDEX 



PtCE 111 
1/11/92 



MUM, RIChiRP LEE 

OUSHA'* MAN, i2 1 



WHO HELD FAMILY CAPrivE GETS 5 YEARS 



HUNTt RONALD NEAL I THOH A5V I LL E I 
13-YEAR-CLD hELO IN SLAYING 
DEFENDANT JAILED IN OFFICIAL'S DEATH 

HOf:T, WILLIAM JR. 

OFFENSIVE MATERIAL FOUND IN TEXTBOOKS 

HUNTER, euOOY 

BULLS NOTESOJK: SIDFSHOKS 

HUNTER, Chris (CHAPEL HILLI 

CHAPEL HILL. SOUTHERN AREA TITLE CHOICES 

HUNTER, CURTIS 

FIVE-STAR FANTASY 

HUNTER REALISES A FIVE-STAR FANTASY 

HUNTE3, SOUTHERN TRIANGLE FAVORITES 

HUNTER NARRHjS his LIST 

CURTIS HUNTER SREAKS LOOSE 

HUNTER'S 2", PniNTS LEADS SOUTHERN TO ".TH STRAIGHT 

CURTIS HUNTFR DOES BASKETBALL RIGHT 

I9ai: A Go:n year for tar heels 

ViKES EYE TROPHY 

NOTES: HUNTER HITS HIGH 

HUNTER, EDDIE 

PSO RESCUES CHILD FROM BURNING HOUSE 
PSO OFFICERS SAVE CHILD 

HUNTER. ERNEST 1. JR. 

OBITUARY: ERNEST HUNTER JR. 

HUNTER, HARRISON 

WOMAN GIVEN MER MONEY ALONG 



HUNTER, JOHN JR. (VERMONT) 
VERMONT BANKER DOESN'T 



ITH ASSAULT CHARGE 
EXPECT VAST CHANGES IN U.S. BANKING 



HUNTER, RICHARD F. 

ID-CENT TAX HIKE PROPOSED BY CARHBORQ TOWN MANAGER 

HUNTER. RQY (CHARLOTTE) 

STATE GOLFER TAKES CARDINAL 

HUPPERT, K. S. 

SIX SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES ARE QUITTING 
CONFISCATED GUN VANISHES 

HUPLIURT. HENRY COLE 
JPITUARY 

HUPST, flOB'^Y 

GTP DRIVE AIMED AT b N.C. DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSMEN 
GROUP «ILL TRY TO OUST NEAL 

HUSK, G. RONALD 

WAR FUN? Chilling thought 

husketh. madge 

folks around here: with the fourth estate 

huskey. roy 

court upholds death penalty 

huskins, j. frank 

justice huskins to leave court 

huskins, j. p. (rep. i 

«. reoistricting plans scrappeo 

rfdistrictin; maps cross county lines 

redistrictimg plan houlo split durham 

don't divide durham 

'splitting' durham rejected 

the map scrap 

house committee slates another red i str i c t inc, vote 

hus«ins oversees redistricting committee with an iron hand 

confepees »fioh couniy-spl itting proposal 

reoistricting still up in air 

legislator terms decision against vepco excessive 

hussein, king (jorhan) 

nixon's messages to king hussein (cartoon) 

hutchins, elaine 

KNUCKLES 'KEY' IN tl<..;00 THEFT 

PROSECUTION ADMITS CASE CIRCUMSTANTIAL 

MOTHER SAYS SON DIDN'T STEAL «<.0a 

LANIER TESTIFIES IN SON'S BEHALF 

JURY TO GFT tl<,,500 PURSE THEFT CASE TODAY 

PURSE Theft case goes TO JURY 

YOUTH ACQUITTED OF PURSE ThEFT 

JURY FREES MAN IN >U.500 THEFT 

HUTCHINS, HARGAkET LASHLEY 
OBITUARY 

HUTCHINS. ROPERT «. 

COURT UPHOLDS DEATH PENALTY 

HUTCHINSON, LEMAN L. JR. 

MARINE IS CONVICTED OF MURDER 
MARINE SENTENCED TO DIE 
NAIiINF UPHOLDS DEATH SENTENCE 

HUTCHINSON. SCOTT 

VANCE acaoe-y. Durham academy in SOCCER final 
HUTSON. WILLIAM Thomas 

MAN CHARGED IN '81 SLAVING 

POLICE Charge man WITH 1980 MIIROER 

HUTSON ?OUND nvER ON MURDER CHARGE 

JUDGE OROERS HUTSON HELD FOR TRIAL ON MURDER CHARGE 

HVOe. L. D. 

CRIME INCREASE CAN 8E HALTED 

HYDE. NICK 

UBITUARY 

HYTE, wILLlA" P. 

3 FORMER BAJKERS INDICTED 



E 



DATE 


S 
E 
C 


I T 
L Y 

PG L P 


3 


12/15/Rl 


A 


8 N 


2 


5/0<)/8l 


C 


' N 


2 
2 


11/21/91 
12/13/81 


A 
A 


5 N 
12 N 



H 2 5/24/81 D <i L 

S 2 5/02/81 ABU R66 

H 2 ll/2')/Bl B 12 P N S71 

S 2 7/n/Bl 1 P P 



s 


? 


7/13/81 


n 


3 


P 


(( 


rn<) 


H 


? 


11/25/81 


H 


2 




F 


sn 




7 


12/05/91 


A 


8 


P 


(1 


rni 




7 


12/07/81 


[1 


4 


P 


N 






7 


12/09/91 


n 


•i 




N 






7 


12/15/81 


H 




P 


(1 


rni 




7 


12/24/91 


B 




P 


N 






7 


12/24/91 


H 




P 


II 


COP 




2 


12/31/91 


C 


2 




U 


C09 


H 


J 


7/08/91 


A 


1 




N 


A54 


S 


2 


7/08/91 


A 


6 




N 





H 2 6/17/81 C 9 

H 2 5/09/91 A 1 N M51 

H 2 6/28/ai 10 P F F78 

H 2 5/27/91 A 9 N MO* 

H 2 3/24/81 B 5 N 



5/06/91 C 1 N A54 

6/30/91 B 1 N 151 



H 2 7/05/81 A 16 



2 a/Ol/fll 
2 8/07/81 



14 
3 



H 2 9/01/81 A 4 L 
H 2 9/18/91 B 1 U 
H 2 7/09/81 A 19 N 



H 2 12/05/91 A 1 



N 



H 7 


4/10/91 


B 




N 


G5 3 


S 2 


6/10/91 


A 




N 


K9n 


S 7 


6/16/91 


( 




N 




S 7 


6/17/81 


A 




^ 




H 2 


6/13/81 


H 




N 


GS? 


H 7 


6/22/81 


A 




E 




H 2 


6/26/81 


A 




N 




S 2 


6/29/81 


1 




N 




H 2 


7/07/91 


a 




N 





H 2 7/08/81 A II 
H 2 11/07/91 A 10 



H 2 10/15/81 A 4 T T R56 



H 



7/22/91 A 

7/22/81 C 

7/23/81 8 

7/23/81 A 

7/24/81 8 

7/24/81 A 

7/25/91 A 

7/25/91 A 



H 2 10/23/81 C 8 
H 2 7/09/81 A 19 



H 2 6/19/91 C 
H 2 6/23/91 B 
H 2 10/10/81 8 



H 2 11/16/91 B 



H 2 U/l 1/91 A 1 

S 2 11/1 1/81 C 2 

H 2 11/25/91 8 1 

S 2 11/26/91 C 26 



S 2 7/23/81 C 1 
H 2 9/09/91 A 10 
H 2 7/29/91 A 8 



N A54 

N 

N 851 

N 



N H04 


N 



INDEX 
U/31/81 



NAMES 



PAf.E 112 
l/U/82 



EX-f1*fm EXECUTIVE FINED 

HTKES, KAThV IBjOLlN';TnNI 

bUKLINCTDN TJ HAVE OSIMARY FQP C JUNCI L 

HYLTIN. CELESTIA IStCKLEV. W. VA. 1 

EDEN "AN CONEESScS TO SLAYING IN I9',l> 

HY^ANi CahOL 

A CHANCE IQ HELP OHL SCOUTS 

IGLEHAOT, CSACE 

NO COSTUME YET? MAKE YQUR OWN 

iKESHlBOt YASUHIOO 

JAPANESE TEACHE' LEARNING FRO'< STUDENTS AT SOUTHERN 

ILLIANO, ELFRIEJE 

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

INGOLD. MARY 

BPICHTLEAF ADDS TWO TENANTS 

INGRAHAM, OAYMONO LEE ( H I L L SBOR OUGH I 
Oe I TUARY 

INGRAM, GILBEkT 

WOMAN NAHEO ^AnOEN AT bUTNER 

INGRAM, JQMN 

INGRAM LASHES i PROPOSALS 

INSURANCE CTM'MSSIO'lfcP 'S DUTIES COULD BE CHANGED 

INGRAM CRITICIZES MEASURE 

3-M6MeER PANEL URGED OVER INSURANCE RATES 

PANEL cNUORStS ALTERED BILL ON INSURANCE RATES 

DUKE MINISTER BACKS BILL TO RAISE DRINKING AGE 

PANEL HEAPS SUPPORTERS OF INGRAM 

HUNT STAYING CLEAR OF INSURANCE ISSUE 

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

INGRAM UPHELD uN TAX CASE BY HIGH COURT 

INGRAM SEEKS ACTION ON BILL 

SEN. "aThIS calls INSURANCE COMMISSIONER LIAR 

INGRAM HAILS INSURANCE LAW 

INGRA" MANAGES TO KEEP INSURANCE POWERS INTACT 

N.C, GOVERNOR'S RACE ALREADY FARMING UP 

NEWSPAPER SAYS IN'",RAM TO RUN 

INGRAM MAY RULE NEXT WEEK ON PREPAID GROUP HEALTH PLAN 

NEW HEALTH CARE PLAN RECEIVES STATE APPROVAL 

MORGAN BITTER TOWARD HELMS OVER CAMPAIGN 

INGRAM CITES CUTS IN PREMIUMS 

GUBERNATORIAL RACE: INGRAM POI SEO TO RUN 

INGRAM Says his SUITE DIDN'T SERVE LIQUOR 

STATE INSURANCE OEPT. TAKING NO ACTION AGAINST AUTO CLJB 

INGRAM ANGRILY HITS STORIES ABOUT CALLS 

REACH OUT AND TOUCH SOMEONE {CARTOON! 

INGRAM TO DELIVER TELEPHONE RECORDS 

RECORDS SENT BACK TO INGRAM 

INGRAM, CONTROVERSY TRAVEL HAND IN HAND 

RATES FOR SOME DRIVERS INCREASED 

INGRAM REJECTS RATE INCREASE 

PHONE RECORDS ARE AVAILABLE, INGRAM SAYS 

INGRAM SAYS REPORTERS CAN GET RECORDS 

INGRAM TO JK BATES REDUCTION 

INGRAM CALLS FOR FEDERAL ACT'S REPEAL 

INGRAM OKS INSURANCE PATE REQUEST 

STATE ALLOWING COMPANY TO SELL AuTO INSURANCE BELOW FIXED RATF 

INGRAM, SARAH SUE 

WINNING YIELDS TO HAVING FUN 

INMAN, JOY 

DIALYSIS METHOD ALLOWS "ORE FREEDOM 

INSKO, vERLA (Chapel hilli 

SURPRISE CANDIOATES FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 

TEACHER EVALUATIONS DISCUSSED 

8 VYI';G for THREE SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

TEACHFBS' 03QUP ENDORSES THREE 

3 STAY ON SCHOOL BOARD 

1 KEEP SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

IRwIN, HARR lET MORP I SuN 

SHE WAS GESIGNING HOUSES IN IBo"? 

ISAACS, LlCYO S. 

ISSACS APPARENTLY CUT AS NCAE HEAD 

ISAACS TO RETIRE FROM NCaE POST 

ISAACS TO RETIRE FROM NCaE POSITION 

ISAACS, WILLIAM BRADLEY "BILL" 

AN OLD WAR-HORSE: PEARL HAR80P STILL VIVID !N W.W.I VETERAN'S MEMORY 

ISENHOUR, J. w. 

BLUE JAYS, CELTICS SUE ONE ANOTHER O^ER AINCE 
SCHEDULING MAIN GRIPE OF EX-TENNIS COACH 

ISHIGURO, MASASHI 
EXCHANGE ART 

ISOM. RICKEY 

TEN FRESHMEN WORTH WATCHING IN 'al 

IVES, ANSON BRADLEY IBREVAROl 

7 FROM AREA ARt MOREmEAD FINALISTS 

WARD, ANGELA ILINCOLNTONI 

CAR KILLS LINCOLNTON GIRL 

JABER, F. A. 

inmates fail in escape try 
jailers use improper procedures 
five jail inmates charged 
five facing escape charges 

jack, carolyn 

belly laughs delivered in art school's 'triple' 

j<ckhan, bill 

all-a"erica center signs with devils 

duke lands first recruit 

early decisions show coach k scoring as recruiter 

jackson, arthur l. 

IMPORTS, Interest rates cloud textile outlook 

JACKSON, ELLA COUNC IL 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P n DATE C PC L P flYL 

S 2 •)/'23/ai C l". N 

H 1 9/O't/ei 6 1 N H60 

H 2 6/l')/8l C «. N 

H 2 6/27/ni A «. E 

5 2 10/2"'/8I B 1 P F J06 

H 2 9/18/81 a 1 P F W2A 

H 2 9/06/91 C 1 P F H68 

H 2 4/03/81 All N 

H 2 lO/O'./Sl C 2 

H 2 8/01/81 B 1 N 





5/05/81 




7 


N 






5/07/81 




19 


N 






5/12/81 






N 






5/14/81 






N 






5/15/Bl 






N 


G53 




5/18/81 




1 P 


N 


G53 




5/21/91 




17 


N 






5/2J/81 




10 


N 






5/31/91 






U 


G53 




6/03/fll 






N 






6/16/81 




10 


N 






6/17/91 




12 


N 






7/10/91 






N 






7/13/91 






J 






7/23/91 






N 






9/22/91 






N 






9/25/91 






N 






9/02/91 






N 


583 




9/28/91 




8 P 


N 






10/01/81 






N 






10/0<./81 






N 






lD/15/91 






N 






10/18/91 






N 






1 1/19/91 




10 P 


N 






I 1 / 2 1 / ° 1 




4 T 


T 


R56 




11/22/81 






N 






ll/2<,/9I 






N 






11/25/31 






E 






11/26/91 






N 






12/02/91 




10 


N 






12/0'./9l 






N 






12/05/91 




3 P 


N 






12/16/91 






N 






12/17/81 




13 


N 






12/30/91 






N 






12/31/81 






N 





H 2 7/12/81 B 2 P F G19 



H 2 5/17/81 A 10 P N 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



10/03/Bl A 

10/13/81 A 

10/30/91 A 

10/31/91 A 

U/O'./ai B 

11/D<./81 A 



N X lA 
N M23 

N M23 

N 

N M23 

N 



H 2 5/31/91 E 



S 2 

H 2 
S 2 



8/D5/91 C 
8/27/81 B 
8/27/81 C 



H 2 12/06/81 C 1 P U L57 



H 2 
H 2 



S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



8/26/31 B 
9/08/81 B 



)/17/81 C 

9/02/81 B 

12/26/81 B 

8/25/81 A 

8/31/81 B 

3/31/81 C 

9/01/81 E 

9/01/81 A 



1 P P M66 



N F25 

N 

N 



N A5A 
N U57 
N A5A 
N 



H 2 12/11/91 



H 2 
S 2 
S 2 



11/27/81 C 
11/27/81 D 
12/09/81 



2 P N 

3 N 

1 U F25 



H 2 12/28/91 E 



HHHSS 



MONTMLV/AN 



tCSicD SALill 

JACKSON, FBED 

OFFICERS SAY ruPPFB IHtfl RIN. CKAC«eO 

PILICE CHARGt 3 IN Theft 

JACKSON, HENRY C, (HENDERSON) 

AIR SEARCH RtSj"ES l^O" "ISSING PLANE 
VANCE UNIT LjriKS FOR PLANE 

JACKSON, JANES WALLACE , ^ . 

MAN CLAIHS HE WAS SCARED INTO MAKING STATEMENT 
DEFENDANT SAYS HE LIEO TO POLICE ABOUT STABBING 

JACKSON, LENWARO , , „ ,, 

'REAL CAkS- OCNE, BUI NOT FORGOTTEN IN JACKSON'S GARAGE 

JACkSON, LULA 'iPAJLDING 

RIIIRED TEACHER OIES IN DURHAM 



JACkSON, THAO m, OR. 

NESTLE USES NO GIMMICKS 

JACKSON, KILTER A. (SFFIRMATIVE ACTION OFFICFRI 

SORElY IS APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF CITY'S NEW PLANNING DEPT. 

NEW DIRECTOR STRESSES ORGANIZATION 

DEPARTING OFFICIAL SAYS CITY DOING BETTER ON HIRING 

JACKSCN SERVED WELL 

WALTER JACKSON WILL BE MISSED 

JACKSON, WALTER JR. 

OFFICERS SAY COPPER THEFT RING CRACKED 

POLICE Charge 3 in theft 
CITY manager selects mcfaooen 

JACOBS, JOHNNY 

TIGERS' D0U=!LE TROUBLE 

JACOPS, JUDY G. 

MAN LONG SOUGHT bY POLICE ENTERS DRUG PLEA 
JUDGE DELAYS SENTENCING ON DRUG PLEAS 
MAN SENTENCED TO 5-10 YEARS FOR DRUG SALE 

JACOBS, LEONARD RAY 

3 FACE Charges on mqonshining 

JACOBS, PRESTON 

DEVIL BLAMED IN SHOOTING 

JACOBS, PURVIS 

l''! GALLONS OF MOONSHINE SEIZED IN RAID 
MORE CHARCti ARE PENDING 

3 FACE Charges on moonshining 

ROUGEMONT MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO LIOUOR CHARGES 

JACOBS, SPOOK 

PRESS BOX ELITE: 

JACOBS, WILLIAM THOMAS IROUGFMONT) 

MOONSHINE SEIZED IN ROUGEMONT RAID 

JAC09SON, HOWARD OR. 

SYMPOSIUM HELD ON WORLD HUNGER 

JAEGER, LUOwIG JOHN 
OBITUARY 

JALUVKA, LYNN 

JALUVKA, ADAMS JOIN FAMILY SCENE 

JAMES, ANNA L. 

Two ROa GAS STATION 



PACE 113 
1/11/92 



SCOREKEEPER, WRITERS AND A\ ANNOUNCER 



JAMES, BOB 

ACC BASKETBALL BIDS ABUNDANT 

JAMES CALLS TV SNUB 'UNFORTUNATE, UNFAIR' 

JAMES, EDwIN HERBERT 

MOTORCYCLIST KILLED IN CRASH 

JAMES, FORREST "FOB" JR. (ALA. GOV.) 

ALA. GOVERNOR CAMPAIGNING FOR REAGAN 
ALABAMA GOVERNOR LAUDS TAX CUTS 

JAMES, HINTON (OECEASEDI 

TOMORROW IS iOSTH BIRTHDAY OF FIRST UNC STUDENT 

JAMES. JESSE W. 

POLICE PROBE 3 DURHAM SHOOTINGS 

JAMES, PEARLIE IRENE ( H ILL SBOROUChI 
1 KILLED, 4 HURT IN CRASH 
OBITUARY 

JAMES, SANORA LOU ( H I LL SBOROUGH 1 
I KILLEr, <, HURT IN CRASH 

JAMIESON, LESLIE DALE 

NO RESTITUTIUN: ASSAULT VICTIM'S 

JAMISON, ALEXANDER "ZAN" 

THEY PLAN TO LOOK TO CHURCH FOR GUIDANCE 

JAMISON, SOLOMON 
OBITUARY 

JANSEN, DANVERS 

THIEF LINKS SLAIN HELL'S ANGEL TO DRUG DEAL 

JANSSON, MARY JO (HILLSBOROUGH, N.J.I 

LOOK-ALIKE IS SINGING TO KATE SMITH'S TUNE 

JARBOE, WALLY 

JARBOE WILL SUPERVISE 'CITY OF MEDICINE' PLAN 

•CITY OF MEDICINE' DIRECTOR NAMED 

AN EXCELLENT CHOICE 

JARBOE FILLS THE BILL 

MEDICINE CAMPAIGN FORMING MARKETING PLAN 

POLL SINGLES OUT ECONOMY, CRIME 

SALUTE TO THE COLONEL: DURHAM'S MIS SECOND-CAREER ASSIGNMENT 

MEDICINE Campaign eyes volunteer CORPS FOR ROU 

CITY OF MfulclNE SEEKS COUNCIL'S ENDORSEMENT 

•THE CITY OF MEDICINE^ 



MEOICAL EXPENSES UNPAID 



OaTE 
11/Zl/Bl 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



S 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

5 2 

H 2 



7/21/11 
7/21/ni 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 
S 2 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



S 2 

H 2 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 



6/C7/91 
6/Ofl/Bl 
6/0'5/BI 
9/06/81 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



S 2 
H 2 



9/1',/Bl 
12/20/91 
I0/30/B1 

a/06/Sl 
10/05/Bl 

6/06/81 



6/D<>/ni 

11/06/81 



H 2 
5 2 



S 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 2 



8/31/91 
9/19/81 
7/26/ei 
10/17/81 
10/16/91 
8/07/81 



7/06/81 
7/09/91 
7/10/81 
7/14/81 
9/U/81 
8/28/81 
8/30/81 
9/01/81 
U/13/ei 
11/29/81 



C PG L 
B 1 P 



A 1 3 
A 11 



12/30/81 
12/31/Pl 



10/16/91 
10/18/81 



10/18/91 

11/22/91 

5/09/91 

U/30/81 



A 2 
A 2<. 



7/l<,/91 
7/l<./91 
7/16/81 
7/17/91 
7/22/91 



7/21/91 
7/21/91 
9/02/81 



9/22/81 
9/22/81 
10/20/91 



6/09/91 
12/19/91 



H 1 6/10/91 



7/2P/81 
7/28/81 



9/09/91 
12/05/81 



8/31/81 
8/31/81 



1 P 
4 P 



H 2 8/25/81 B 



T 
Y 
P BYL 

P C56 

N A54 



N H60 
N 



N 
N 

U H',9 



L 

L 

N 

N K90 

N U36 

E 

U G3 3 



A 13 
A I 1 



1 
2 P 



N A54 

N 
N 



N asi 

N 

N 851 



A 20 

e I 
c 1 P 

c <. 

C 17 

a 1 p 

A 3 



C 7 
C 2 



C 1 

C 5 

I P 

A 9 

C 1 

C 6 



U S36 
N M51 



10 
1 



A 17 

A 3 

B 1 

8 6 

e 1 

C 1 P 

E 2 P 

a 5 

A 11 

a 1 p 



A 1 P 
B 1 



N 

N F30 

F J50 

N 



N 

F 651 
F B30 




E 

E 

H S83 

N 

F A20 

N S83 

N K90 



MONTHLY/ 



PANCAKE s*Lf A Success 

JAPMONt SUE ,, , 

FEl. A«E APPKINC fOP HEATINr. SIP 

JARREIT, C. scon ICHAPLOTTEl 
SA.NPQRO TAKES LONG VIEW 

JAPVtS. JAI-ES 

BUTNER ESCAPEES CAPTURED 

JASIKOuSKl. WLAOIMIR 

OeilUARV: nLAOlMIP JASlKOaSKi 

""""jAvITS^'aT 77, HIS CUP AND CALENJAR ARt PLENTY FULL 

janopsm. Jjj['j^^ rifle- shoots a bulls eyc in The classic 
PRO athletes scramsle fok financial oonanza 

jEANSt oavid Patrick (Caryi 

motorists pass by hurt poy 
2 teens charged in accident 

■'^''^^SCMOOL^''COMMl'fTEE OFFICIALS RAP EDITORIAL 
SCHOOL OUESTIONS ^^UST HAVE HIT NERVE 
FORUM AIRS LEADERS" VIEWS 

''^^''^COUPLE^WtDs"o-l ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR MEETING 

JEFFRIFSt FVADA GRIFFIN 
091 luARY 

JEFFRIES, FANNIE a. 

obituary: FANNIE JEFFRIES 

JEFFRIFS. MA»EL , ,. 

HOMESTEAD IS "INIVACATION 

DUKE HOMESTEAD HAS TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS 

JEFFRIES, WALTER DAVID 

ARREST MADE AFTER SLAYING IN BURLINGTON 



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N DUPLIN TO GO PEFORE GRAND JURY 
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MQNTHLY/aN:4U»L INOEX b 

5/01/al - 12/31/31 



OfflCER SUSPENOEO FOlLOhINO SHOOTING 

JERKYt FRANK Q. 

JUDGE ISSUES ORDEB TO CLOSE NICHirLUB 

JERVISi C»»L S. 
0B1TU4RV 

JIGGfTTS. J«"ES -JlCK" 
OSITUARY 

jOPCt "jAf-Y D. 

HOSPITAL OFFICIAL PLEADS INNOCENT TO CHARGES 
THREE HEN ARE SENTENCED IN HOSPITAL KICKBACK CASE 

JOBSIS. FkANS F. 

OUkF LOOKING TO PROFIT FROM PATENTS 

PATENTS MAY BOOST DUKE FUNDING 

DUKE LOOKING TO ITS OWN DEVICES FOR FUTURE 

JOHN PAUL II (POPEI, ASSASSINATION ATTEMPTS 
SERVICE AT DUKE TO BE HELD TODAY 
GREAT MAN SPARED 
POPE JOHN PAUL II ICARTOONl 
CBS «ON"T SHOW FOUL PLAY 

MINDLESS VIOLENCEt UNTHINKING REACTION 
JUSTICE FOR POPE'S ASSAILANT 

JOHNSON, ADOIE B. 

OSITUARY: MRS. AOOIE 8. JOHNSON 

JOHNSON, ALGIE J. (CARROOROI 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, ANUR I 

POLICE Charge man after accident 

JOHNSON, ANN M, 

COMMITTEE RFlHNSIDERS HIRING PROGRAM GRANT 
FUNniNG PROPOSAL APPEALED 

city hater, saeher sates to rise 

services strengthened for elderly populaiiun 

5 lar heels to attend white house conclave 

preparatinns needed for increase in aged 

durha-'s older citizens find a variety of housing services 

johnson, arthur everett 

obituary: arthur e. johnson 

johnson, austin pae (chapel hilli 

2 die. 3 hurt in accident 8 miles from carrboro 
two unc students killed, three others hurt in wreck 
manslaughter hearing slated 
henson Faces counts in deaths 

johnson, bennif lee i ph il adel ph i a , pa. i 
fbi charges two in robbery case 

johnson, bessie colston 
obituary 

johnson, billy c. 

inmate reports jail assault 

johnson, bobby 

soldier acouitted in death 

johnson, darolo 

johnson, orange get off to smooth start 

JOHNSON, DAVID w. 

DETECTIVE •SHOCKED' BY RULING 
JUDGE REDUCES BONDS 

JOHNSON, DEAN t CANDY (BURLINGTON! 
PARTY BEING PLANNED FOR PEEOIE 

JOHNSON, DEMISE MARIE 

MAN ACUUITTfD 0= ASSAULT CHARGE 
WILDER ACOUITTED OF ASSAULT 
JUDGE ORDERS FINE FOR DEPUTY 

JOHNSON, EARL 

APPARFNT BREAK-IN ATTEMPT FOILED! SHOTS REPORTED 
DURHAM MAN SHOT AT AFTER FOILING BREAK-IN 

JOHNSON, En 

reservoir delay sought 

johnson, edwaro dr. 

gd-moku champs play by computer 

johnson, eugene c. 

dearborn drive man assaulted; hoped stolen 
police probing armeo robbery 

johnson, frank (basketball player) 

folks around here: with the sports set 

johnson, frank m. jr. (juogei 
the literary lantern 

johnson, frankie 

durham man sentenced to 6 years in cutting 
johnson gets 6 years 

johnson, george "big steve" 
obituary 

johnson, george jr. dr. 

n.c. memorial selects johnson 

johnson, grace singleton ( henderson v il le i 
woman held in slaying of daughter 

johnson, harry wayne 

Chapel hill store owner is charged 

COURT DELAYS hearing 

JOHNSON, henry ALVIN (GREENSaOROl 
HAN IS OUESTITNEO IN SLAYING 

JOHNSON, HCRACF 

TOWN SUED GVt'' APARTMENT 

FOUR MORE PLAN TO RUN IN ORANGE 

Two MORE FILE FOR RE-ELECTION BIOS 



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-iSnJ'S^-ii?^}?;;'!.^ f"-f " '*"^'*5 CLOSE IN QkSNCE 
StTPSS^^i^^'^?"^"^" CLASrt AT HILlSOORCUGh MEETING 
HILLS'OBOUbH CANlUDATES fOUI ■< I CKQE LEG TBQNl C 1 
GATES. HlLLSansOuGH GOMHISSIGNEB CLASH 
CHESMlRf uVli Ul HILLSBORJuGH 
CHESHIRE IS NEW HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR 

JOHNSON. lOdA Christine 

OBITUARY 

JOHNSON. JERBY 0. IGOLOSBOBOI 

JOHNSON IS "Jtw ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 

JOHNSON, JOHUME BEkNARD ICHARL0TT61 
5 MEN ARRESTED AT OOG FIGHT 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH (SENATOR! 

SENATOR PROTESTS JOB EXEMPTIONS 

JOHNSON, JULIA 

MAN CHARGED »ITh ASSAULT 

JOHNSON, JUNIOR 

JOHNSON'S EXPFRTISE BOOSTS yAL TO I P 
JUNIOR JOHNSON MAKES HALTRIP GO 

JOHNSON, LARPY IGkAHAM ARTIST] 

HE PAINTS 'THil KIND Of COUNTRY" 

JOHNSON, lESSIE 1, 

EOITGBIAL UNJUST TO SCHOOL BOARD "£M3ER 

JOHNSON, LYNDON ?AINfS 

AUTHOR SAYS LOJ "GREEDY" (CARTOONI 

JOHNSON, LYNDON -AINES. PRESIDENTIAL LIBRABY 

PRESICENIIAL LIBRARIES ATTRACTIVE TO TOURISTS 

JOHNSON, MAEPELLE (RALEIGHl 

OBITUARY: MAEBELlE JOHNSON 

JOHNSON, MARION 

GRANDMOTHER FOuNO GUILTY IN TRUANCY CASE 
JOHNSON, MARTHA "MARTIE" 

CITY CLEANUP TO HAVE POSITIVE TONE 

JOHNSON, MAYLQN E. I tflNSTON-SALEMI 

SCHOOL OFFICIAL KILLED BY ROBBER 

AUTHORITIES INVESTIGATE DEATH OF SCHOOL OFFICIAL 
JOHNSON, MCDUFFIE 

FEDERAL GRAND JURY INDICTS PAVING FIRM 
JOHNSON, NELSON 

CONTE-PT CONVICTION IS UPHELD 

CWP ACTIVIST SERVING CONTEMPT TFRM 

CWP MEMBER EMOS 20-DAY JAIL TERM 

r"l i^LPf'';''"'f'*' ^EAM WILL PROBE RALLY DEATHS 

CwP MEMBER SAYS PROBE -TROJAN HORSE- "c:.iHi 



HORSE- 
IHILLSBOROUOH] 



U^n???=Fn ^?^"." "',S'E5 ■'E" 5"° OF RUN AT ARMY CAMP 
MY □^F£flEO h£B a way TO 'SOMETHING BFTTFR' i-srir 

ITuARY: PAMFLIA FAYE JOHNSON BETTER 



JOHNSON, PAMELIA FAY 
HiLLSeOBOUG 
ARMY 

OB 

JOHNSON, R. A. 

JOHNSON, RAO I. IMACON, GA I 

3 INMATES MAKf ESCAPE IN GEORGIA 

JOHNSON, RALPH HENRY 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, RHONDA E. OR. 

PASTOR IS NOMINATED FOR PILGRIM PULPIT 
DURHAM CHURCHES CELEBRATE NATION'S BIRTHDAY 

JOHNSON, ROBFRT (WIL»INGTONI 
TAR HEEL DIES IN CRASH 

JOHNSON, ROBERT 
OBITUARY 



IHILLSBOROuGHI 



JOHNSON, WCBERT w, 

DEALER ACCUSED TF MILEAGE ROLL-BACK 

DURHAM DEALERS GulLTY IN M IL£, OF ROLLBACK 
JOHNSON, ROLAND 

HOUSE FIRE MAY m ARSON 

OFFICIALS THINK HOUSE FIRE SET 

JOHNSON, RONALD C. OR. 

JONES GETS POSITION 

JOHNSON, RONALD OEMAYNE 

ARMED THIEVES HIT GAS STATION 
JOHNSON, RONNIE 9ENAR0 "SAM" 

STEADFAST FOR SEVEN YEARS, THEY TIE THE KNOT 

JOHNSON, SADIE BROOKS 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, SANDRA KAY 

5a*n F>CEl'-CHA';'GF"f'''-""' "^E"""" ASSAULT CHARGES 

MAN GETS TERM IN BURGLARY 
JOHNSON, ShEIla 

BRIDE MARRIES IM LOCAL RESTAURANT 
JOHNSON, SHIRlEY 

DURHAM HOUSING •'ARKET DIFFICULT 

JOHNSON, THELMA HOLLOwAY 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON. VINCENT 

FAMILY AFFAIR 

JOHNSON, wlLBERT 



DATE 



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JO^-NSON, MILL I AM JFSSE 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM (!. 

NE» LEE SCHOOLS CHIEF NAMED 

JOHNSON, HlLLIAM R. ISOMFRVILLE, N.J.I 
ADVERTISING LECTURES PLANNtC 

JOHNSON, YORKIE (ROARING RIVERl 

MARIJUANA CASE ENDS IN MISTRIAL 

JOHNSTON. FRANCES PENJAHIN 

SAM aOONE HELPED 9UIL0 UNC • S -lICROFtLM LIBRARY 

JOHNSTON, MALCOLM OR. 

FETAL-ALCOHOL RISK PINPOINTED 

JOHNSTON, SAMUEL IDECEASEDI 

SAMUEL JOHNSTON WAS EARLY N.C. 

JOHNSTON. THOMAS 0. 

FOR SALE: HISTORIC CASWFLL HOUSE, 

JOHNSTOr,, w. EUGENE 

SHARP EYES SPIT HASTE 

CONGRESSMAN OPPOSES PLAN FOR 6 TH DISTOICT 

N.C. LAWMAKER OPPOSES STUDY 

N.C. CONGRESSMAN PLANS PILL ON COTTON DUST RULES 

PREYER'S CAMPAIGN UNDERGOES SCRUTINY 

JOHNSTON WILL SUPPORT RANDLEMAN DAM PROJECT 

FREE "AIL PRIVILEGE ABUSED BY CONGRESSMEN 

STOCKMAN SAYS PROGRAM WORKING 

CONGRESSMAN INJURED IN STAGFCOACH MISHAP 

JOHNSTON CRITICIZES SOCIAL SECURITY ACTION 

TEACHERS -FLUNK" 7 N.C. CONGRESSMEN 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM H. 

NEW POSITION FILLED AT DUKE 
JOHNSTON GETS DUKE POST 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM w. OR. 

JOHNSTON IS PRESIDENT 

JOHNSTON - HALE, ELLEN T. 
NO MORE! 

TO THE PERSON WHOSE CAR I'VE SEEN WAITING BEHIND AT THE POST OFFICE 
SURPRISE! 
MONIKA SAYS 
IN THE NEWS: 
MONIKA SAYS 
MONIKA SAYS 
STUBBORN GRASS SEED 
AT THE SEED STORE 
MONIKA SAYS 
MDNIKA SAYS 
REUNION 

HANOSHAKE--OUCH! 
MONIKA SAYS 
EXTRAORDINARY 

IN THE HEWS: 'ACTRESS SUFFERING SENILITY' 
MONIKA SAYS 
MONIKA SAYS 
TWILIGHT LEAVFS 
A SNORE IS A SNORE 
AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 
MONIKA SAYS 
MONIKA SAYS 
COMMEMORATIVE STAMP FOR THE ROYAL WEDDING 

ALMOST Three 

MONIKA SAYS 

MONIKA SAYS 

MONIKA SAYS 

CAUGHT NAPPING 

RESPITE 

BAGBOY 

MONIKA Says 

MONIKA SAYS 

AT The GROCERY STORE 

MONIKA SAYS 

MONIKA SAYS 

MONIKA SAYS 

MONIKA SAYS 

MONIKA SAYS 

WHY? 

'INSTANT POET' 

MONIKA SAYS 

MONIKA SAYS 

THE PERFECT HOUSE GUEST 

MONIKA SAYS: 'COMIC MOMENTS PUT ON HOLD FOR DARK HOURS' 

MONIKA SAYS 

MONIKA SAYS 

THE RACE FOR AUTUMN GOLD 

IN The NEWS: 'BESS TRUMAN SUFFERS STROKE' 

MONIKA SAYS 

LIGHTNING 

MONIKA SAYS 

LET HIM REST 

MONUA SAYS 

IN THE WINGS 

MONIKA SAYS 

ANCIENT DAYS 

MONIKA SAYS 

MONIKA SAYS 

MONIKA SAYS 

POEM APPRECIATED 

MONIKA SAYS 

MONIKA SAYS 

DON'T RUSH ME! 

INMATF-PROOUCEO PLAY TELLS HOW IT IS IN PRISON 

MCNiKA SAYS 

MONIKA SAYS 

THIS CHR ISTMAS 

.INTER WILLOW 

AT THE GAME 

CHRISTMAS ;jUA\DARY 

MONIKA SAYS 

GREAT BEGINNINGS 

SIGN OF The TIMES 

JOHNSTONE, SALLY 

JUST WHO WATCHES THOSE SOAP OPERAS AND WHY? 

JOInES, WILLIAM HENRY 



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^°"^'V.5^E""^ftso3"s-CHOSEK 
^°'-''5EER"Hi'.}n'inS'!.S'li GOOD CONDITinN 
■'°'"'"'';MAf"s'"TMAT IN The sky? NOT A 3IR0, NOT A PLANE 

■'°"*'cMAS"s".'*JaNAS JR. DIES AT -.0 AFTER LENGTHY ILLNESS 

JONESt ANGELA lOPANGE CO. I 
MAN GETS TE»N FOk RAPE 
MAN SENTENCEO I'l ASSAULT 

JONES. ANGELA CHRISTINE „„,., 
TWO JAILED IN KIDNAPPING 
KIDNAPPING IS CHARGED 

JONES. ^B.^P.^I^OUNNl^^^^ 9UNN CHIEF HAS BEEN ORDERED TO RESIGN 
POLICE CHIEF REPRIMANDED 

JONES. BARRY LEE , ,, ^„ 
aHEAK-IN CHARGES ARE FILED 

JONES. BEVERLY ANN 

POLICE DISCOVER 0»UGS 

JONES. BILL JR. (HIGH POINTl 

HIGH POINT "AN CHARGED IN DEATH 
ARGUMENT RESULTS IN SHOOTING DEATH 

JONES, ^BOBPY ^^^^ j^ j^^^ ^^,j „jg^5. 

JONES. CAROLYN MIYFR 
OBITUARY 

■'"''^^CEDRk' JONES: DEEP THREAT IN OUKE ATTACK 

MAKING THE GftiOF ,,,,- 

JONES IGNORES MASVLANO'S DEFENSIVE TACTICS 

SELLING CJ; DUKE PUTS RECEIVER CEOBIC JONES ON THE MARKET 

JONES FFELS NO PRESSURE 

THEY ARE FAMILY 

JONES ON SECOND TEAM 

JONES NAMED DUKE MVP FOR '81 FOOTBALL 

CEDRIC JONES DUKE'S MVP 

JONESt CHERI 

POLICEMEN =RAV£. SPECIAL PEOPLE 

JONES. CLARENCE (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

JONES. CLARENCE IhILLSBOROUGHI 

TIME IS RIGHT FOR A TOMBSTONE TOUP 

"'°*'^^fOLKs"ABOUNO here: HO. HO, HO. VOUR HONOR 

JONES. CLY'lE (HlLLSaOROUGHI 
OBITUARY 

JONES. CRATE REv. 

GOING 'uhClF HOG': A PARABLE 
ALLEY CATS ANP SEWER RATS 
VACATIONING PASTOR LIKES SEA CHAPEL 
SHOULDERING , „ ^,, 

FOLKS AROUND H£BE: ACT OF KINDNESS 
LOVE--IT'S A GIFT WITHOUT STRINGS 
IT'S CALLED THE MIRACLE PILL 
A PAT ON THE BACK BEATS A RAP ON SKULL 

JONES, DALE C. 

JONES GETS POSITION 

'' FIVE WITNESSES IDENTIFY RICHARDSON AS ATTACKER 

JONES. DAVID L. , „ 

RfPUbLICAN RAPS CONGRESSIONAL CLUR 

JONES, OE ANN IRALFK-Hl 

TOURING COMPANY NAMES DIRECTOR 

JONES, DENNIS TRENT 

WOMAN SERIOUSLY INJURED IN PEOwOOO RD. WRECK 

JONES. EDDIE 

COURT SAYS GIRL CAN KEEP NAME 

JONES, ELIZABETH GAIL 

JAIL ESCAPEE STILL AT LARGE 

JONES, ENGLISH E. DR. 

DR. ENGLISH JONES DIES at HIS HOME 

JONES, FENNER 

N.C. COUPLE TO REMARRY TONIGHT AFTER 16 YEARS 

JONES. FREDDY R. 

PRISON INMATt FILES SUIT AGAINST EX-LAWYER 

JONES. GEORGE ANDERSON IHENOERSONI 
MAN DROWNS IN FISH POND 
VANCE HAN ORJWNS 

JONES, HARVEY ANP "ABO 

THIS MARIGOLD GREAT FOR 'LAZY GARDENER' 

JONES, HOFFMAN b- 
OaiTUARY 

JONES, J. 

INMATES FAIL IN ESCAPE TRY 

JONES, J. H. 

JAILERS use IMPROPER PROCEDURES 
FIVE FACING ESCAPE CHARGES 

JONES, JAMES lUNC FOOTBALL PLAYERI 



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P DATE C PG L P BfL 

H 2 10/25/11 A 6 N 

H 2 5/05/31 B <> N 

S 2 11/23/Rl A 2 N 

S 2 7/02/81 3 P F 971 

H 2 6/06/81 A r> 

H 2 10/20/81 A 3 N 

S 2 10/20/91 B 5 N 



H 2 9/12/81 A 5 N 
S 2 9/12/81 A 22 N 



H 2 7/09/81 6 
H 2 7/l<./ai A 6 



H 1 6/19/81 6 1 
S ? 7/17/81 C 1 



S 2 11/30/81 C 3 
5 2 12/01/91 B 5 



H 2 8/30/91 B 1 P F H71 

H 2 11/30/81 6 7 

H 2 a/29/ai 1 P F S9I 

H 2 10/09/91 C 1 P F M71 

S 2 10/26/81 D 2 F F25 

S ' 10/30/81 D 1 n F R66 

S 2 11/19/81 D 1 U ni8 

H 2 11/20/91 C 1 P f M71 

S 2 12/02/81 D 1 N 

H 2 12/09/81 B 3 N 

S 2 12/08/ai B 2 N 

H 2 a/28/91 A A L 

H 2 9/25/81 A 9 

S 2 10/29/81 2 P F B71 

H 2 12/05/91 C ITU 

H 2 12/17/81 C 20 



H 2 5/06/81 A 4 L 

H 2 6/20/81 A A L 

H 2 7/0<./81 A 9 P F 

H 2 7/25/91 A <. L 

H 2 8/15/81 B 1 U 

H 2 8/30/91 4 L 

H 2 10/10/81 A A L 

H 2 12/15/91 A 5 L 



S 2 5/30/81 A 3 

H 2 10/01/31 B 1 

H 2 9/13/81 A 21 

H 2 10/09/91 7 

H 2 7/13/81 B 1 

H 2 a/27/81 D 6 

H 1 9/2A/81 B 1 

H 2 5/20/81 A 8 

S 2 12/2'./81 A 1 

S 2 8/17/81 A 3 



H 2 10/18/81 C 6 
S 2 10/19/81 C 1 



M 2 10/18/91 D 9 P F G7e 

H 2 12/31/81 C 8 

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JC'lfS LfAP'ifO A»GUT LIFE PC CEFjnE CAROLISAI 

JC .ESi JAMf S CARL 
C? ITUAi^Y 

JONt*;, JAMES PL^YC 

"AJ^K DSuC ?'JST INVOLVES OUPMAM 



FIVE FQR QRUGS 

JEANNIE JONES REMEMStRS THEM, 



SINGS ABOUT THE- 



BUTNEP Chaplain speaks at assembly 



jFflCtRS ARRE'T 

JJNES, JEANNIE 

KAMA'S fLO^fR'i 
IN HONOR OF MAMA 

JONESi JIM 

LITERARY LANTERN 
APPEAL FOR unity: 

jones, kenneth 

intersection OaNCFROUS 

jones, larry gregory 

major drug 2ust involves ourham 
officfrs arrest five for orugs 

jones, leon 

vice sjuao seizes 179 lso doses 

jones, lynwood 

slcw start lead to -arriage for this couple 

jones, maggie 
obituary 

jones, marty la mgnt igreensborol 
boy crushed 3y forklift 

jones, maryland 

obituary: MARYLAND JONES 

JONES, MAYHEW "aUO" 
0^1 TuaRY 

JONES, MELVIN JR. 

POLICE JAIL FATHER IN ASSAULT 

JONES, MELVIN SR. 

POLICE JAIL FATHER IN ASSAULT 

JONES, MICHAEL IWILSONI 

ex-POLICE''AN SOIJGhT on CHARGES 

jones, morris a. dr. 

ct scans: their images help save lives 

medical staff plans vote on physician certification 

jones, nellie ruth 
obituary 

jones, p. r. rev. 

Their collaros serve as edible shrubsfry 

JONES, PAUL ICARRbOROl 

THO CARREORO RESIDENTS M 1 '1 ARTS COUNCIL AHAROS 

N.C. ARTS COUNCIL AWARDS WINNERS 

COMPUTER PROGRAMMER FINOS POETRY IS ANOTHER LANGUAGE 

JONES, ROB 

MEDICAL CENTER, HEAD RESIGNS 

JONES, ROGER L. (AShFVILLEI 

IJR meel kicked about intruder 
nanted man drcpped in on officers 

jones, roxie mayo 
obituary 

jones, russell 

folks around h£rt: the way things are 

jones. sam 

jones keeps his cool 

hornets' bevy of backs riding the wishbone 

hillside's underdogs have skills 

jcnes, sam u9th century evangelisti 

MOW TIMFS 00 CHANGE: many SOULS WERE SAVED 

JONES, SHELBY ELAINE ISANFORDI 

BICYCLIST STRUCK, KILLED BY CAR NEAR SANFORD 

JONES, STANLEY L. 

ORDINANCE ON ALCOHOL IS UPHELD 

JONES, THOMAS 0. 

hOw times 00 CHANGE: EFFORTS TO SAVE HOME FAIL 

JONES, WALLACE JR. 

TURNING TRUCK TOPPLES OVER 

JONES, WALTER ?. IREP.I 

CONGRESSMAN HAS SURGERY 

STATE'S ROADS PROGRAM CITED AT DEDICATION 

TWO COASTAL GRANTS APPROVED 

IT'S 'OFFER' HE DID REFUSE 

I Jf|'- CONGRESSMEN CONFIDENT ABOUT LEAF SUPPORT PROGRAM 

JONES WILL DEDICATE VESSEL FOR RESEARCH 
MOUSE GETS FARM BILL THIS WEEK 

:!Efss'2^5?^5^r? ir^iciin' ""° """"""^ ^e-^ allotments 

TEACHERS 'FLUNK' 7 N.C. CONGRESSMEN 
JCNES, bFS 

DOGS Should be controlled 
Junes, bEsley irvin ikernersvillei 

JFJ^SL^JJ^^^^J DRIVER HAD U TICKETS SINCE '56 
BUS DRIVER'S HEARING DELAYED 

JONES, WILLIAM HANSFORD (OCALA, FL.I 
WOMAN KILLED IN SANFORD 
JAIL ESCAPEE BEING SOUGHT 
JAIL ESCAPEE STILL AT LARGE 

JONES, WILLIE JUNIOR 

MAN ENTFRS GUILTY PLEAS 



S I T 

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P DATE C PC L P BYL 

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H 2 10/03/81 b 9 n 



H 2 7/10/81 A 1 
5 2 7/10/81 C 1 



H 2 5/03/ai E !'> P U G78 
S 2 5/D9/B1 A 13 P P S76 



S 2 6/27/81 All U 
H 2 8/08/81 A 9 P N 



H 2 11/23/81 A 



H 2 7/10/81 A 1 
S 2 7/10/81 C I 



N B51 

N 



S 2 7/10/81 A 3 N 

H 2 6/l'./81 E 2 o F S56 

H 2 12/30/81 A 9 

S 2 11/27/81 CBN 

H 2 5/0<./81 B 8 

H 2 9/07/81 B 10 

S 2 lD/31/81 A 3 N 

S 2 lD/31/81 A 3 N 

5 2 12/31/81 A 10 N 



H 2 5/2<'/81 A 22 P N W2i. 
H 2 9/13/81 A 16 N W2'> 



H 2 7/24/81 A ID 

H 2 11/15/81 C 5 P F G7e 



H 2 8/22/81 B I N 
S 2 8/27/81 D 5 P N 
H 2 9/20/81 D 3 P U H<,5 



H 1 10/17/81 B 1 



H 2 10/28/81 B 5 
H 2 10/30/81 A 19 



N 

N 

M 2 11/11/81 C ". 
H 2 12/08/81 B 1 D U 



S 2 8/l<./81 1 P U CD9 

H 2 a/30/fll G 6 F 

S 2 9/03/81 C 1 P F C09 



S 2 10/16/81 A l". 
H 1 10/15/81 B 1 
H 2 7/17/81 A 8 



U 043 

N 

N 



S 2 5/15/81 C 7 P U 0<.3 
H 2 12/18/81 A 12 N 



H 2 7/18/81 A 5 N 

H 2 7/21/81 A 1 1 N 

H 2 8/05/fll All N 

H 2 8/16/81 A 1 N 

H 2 9/25/81 ESN 

H 2 9/05/81 A 4 E 

S 2 9/U/81 A 3 P N 

M 2 9/28/81 8 1 N 

H 2 10/24/81 A 1 N 

H 2 10/25/81 C 3 N 

H 2 12/30/81 A ID P N 



H 2 12/02/81 A 



H 2 12/05/81 C 3 
M 2 12/09/81 a 9 



H I 9/22/81 B I, 
H 1 9/23/81 B I 
M 1 9/24/81 B 1 



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2 OFFICERS SrouCR -HUE MAKING ARREST 
PSJ OFFICERS CHAKGE ASSAULT 

JO'UAN, JOHN 

FBIENPS SALjr'^ HILL fOK SEKVICE TO UfIC 

UNC OFFICIAL "APS ATTORNEY GENERAL 

dNC REACHES NFrt AGREEMENT ON GUIOELl'JFS 

UNC OFFICIAL RAPS KURALT FOtl TV SHOW 

KURALT CRITICUE3 FOR 'BIASED' REPORT 

FRIDAY SAYS HE'S SATISFIEO WITH DESEGREGATION STORY 

OBSERVATORY TO ^^E DEDICATED 

OFFICIALS DEDICATE MEH OBSERVATORY 

JORDAN TO FILL UNC 304RC VACANCY 

JORDAN, MICHAEL 

EAST "ISSINC LAN6Y 

JORCAN PACES UNC 8Y TULSA 

IN THE AIR: MICHAEL JORDAN HAS TAKEN OFF 

JORDAN. POScRT 9. 

HANCOCK APPOINTED TO BOARD 

BRIEF SESSION PUTS PCjuEa IN BACK OOOM 

JORDAN. VERNON 

IDEOLOGY, BY ALL MEANS 

JCHITT. DEBORAH 

AOVANT-GAROE HERE TO STAY 

JOYNEU. ADA GILLIAM 
O'lITUARY 

JOYNER, ERNEST D-'VIO 
OBITUARY 

JOYNER, J*E 

A REAL-LIFE BACHELOR FATHER 

JOYNER, WILLIAM Thomas (RALEIGHI 

FORMER Elections head dies 

OBI TUARY 

JULIAN, ALEXANDER 

JULIAN MOVES ON TO WOHfNSWEAR 

HER CAREER'S BLOSSOMING UNDER ALEXANDER JULIAN 

JUNK, DARYL R. 

MILITARY SPENniNG WON'T MAKE US SECURE 

JUSTICE. HARVEY LEF 

Two CONVICTEO SENTENCED IN JA'JUARY DRUG ROUNDUP 

JUSTICE, JACK (PITTSBOPOt 

3 FILE FOP 3 PITTSBORO POSTS 

KAMIENSKI, CONOAO AND DIANE 
N.C. FAMILY GETS LETTER 

KANE, GEORGE J. OR. rCHAPEL HILLI 

CORRECTION: WRONG KANE PHOTO USED 

KANE, GEORGE k. JR. IMENOERSONI 

KANE CONSTRUCTION CHAIRMAN, 61, DIES 

GEORGE w. KANE JR., 61, DIES 

CORRECTION: wRONO KANE PHOTO USED 

MR. KANE WAS A BUILOEP WITH FAITH IN COMMUNITY 

KANTN6R, 66TH TILLFY 
DEDICATION 

KAPLAN, BEPTON 

P8OFESS0R SAYS PIETY IS HEALTHY 

KAPLAN, TEO 

5!'^,*'f BLURS PANEL'S VISION OF DURHAM IN ' 
KAPLAN PLAN MAY GET HOUSE COMMITTEE REVIEW 

KARAKEPELIS, GEORGF 

BRAND NEW CITUEN...6UT HE REMAINS ATTACHED TO HIS HOMELAND 
KARR, KEN 

FANS' 

KABREs, Sue C. 

081 TUARY 

KASSAB, ALFRED E. (CRANBUBY. N.J.) 

MACDONALO CASE GOING TO HIGH COURT 

KATSIGIANIS, ANDY D. 

THE PALMS HAS A NEW OWNER 

KATZ, ELISABETH 

HANDGUN CONTROL NEEDED 
DOUBLE TALK ON GUN ISSUF 

KATZ, GREGORY 

.VS'-S'" 1°"*^ "'" INCLUDE TRIANGLE CITIES 

BIO MAT PUT CITY IN NUCLEAR EMERGENCY AWARENE SS ZONE 

KAUFMAN, RUSSEL DR. 

BIOTECH CENTER BORN IN TRIANGLE 

KAUTZKY. WALTER L. "KIP" 

FIRED OFFICIAL RAPS DIRECTOR OF PRISONS 
KAWALEC. BEVERLY 

KA'»AfFc'"'?S"S5N'''''-°""^ CANDIDATES 

ABSuf'JLSo'o°i?T'E'^^ F^iiJ '5 ^^°"^ ^^^" '^ O^"-^" 
KAWALEC FOR JNC PARKING 
^,?";rEt HILL INCUMBENTS LOSE 

Mi^HEP Taxes key to chapel hill elections 

TOWN COUNCIL "EMOFRS TO 86 sioRN IN TONIGHT 



SUPPORT CITED AS LIFELINE TO ECU ATHLETICS 



KAY, 



RICHARD OR. 

EXPERT SAYS 'COUSIN RAMA' 



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S 2 6/27/ei A IS N 

H 2 7/02/fll A I N 

5 2 9/lB/Bl C 14 N 

H 2 9/19/81 C 1 N 

H 2 9/21/fll B I N 

H 1 9/30/S1 B I N 

H I lO/Ol/Bl E 1 P N H60 

S 2 ll/27/fll C 8 P N 



H 2 5/IO/fll B 12 P N 

H 2 12/0<./BI C 1 P N P07 

5 2 12/04/81 1 P U DIB 



H2 9/18/81 A lOPN 

H 2 U/Ol/fll D 2 P F G53 



H 2 8/01/81 A 4 E 

S 2 7/16/81 D 2 P F 971 

H 2 10/30/81 c 1 2 

H 2 10/16/81 ceo 

S 2 7/2-/81 B I P F J66 



S 2 12/31/81 C 
H 2 12/31/81 C 



5 2 6/26/81 B I P F 

H 2 3/19/81 A 6 P F H<,5 



H 2 11/09/81 A 5 

H 2 7/09/81 5 

H I 10/10/81 B 1 

H 2 12/2S/81 C 6 

H 2 12/2''/81 A 1 



H 2 12/23/81 A IPO 

S 2 12/23/81 C 1 

H 2 12/2<./81 A I N 

H 2 12/29/81 A <, 6 



H 2 12/1 7/81 A 7 P P fl9l 
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H 2 6/27/81 A 10 N G53 



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H 2 7/08/81 6 3 N 

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76-YEAR-OLO GIVE:. PROBATION FOR CHECKS 



LIVED IN riEES. NOT ON LAND 



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S 2 9/22/81 A 3 N 

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H 2 10/22/81 A 17 N 

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K*; - JEFSfN. IVOM 

CI.<CLfS. P»F£R wdllilS ARE EXMI=1ITE0 

K6*ftN6Yf A^rMONY 

Two CHAR&EO JITm larceny 

KEARNEY, DOUG ANtl ^fTM 

MARRIFO PASTORS SERVE SAME CHURCH 

KEARNEYt GLORIA 

FIRST LADY OF MIONIGhT MARKETING 

KEARNEYt J, ENOCH R6V. 

GROUP CRITICIZES FRANKLIN ARRESTS 

KEARNEY. RICKY GLENN 

TWO CHARGED .<ITh LARCENY 

KEEf JOHN H, 
OB I TUARY 

KEEIER, PHYLLIS ANN 

OPITJARY: MRS. PHYLLIS ANN KEETER 

KEISLER. NELLIE M. 

MOHAN OFFERS HELP. IS KILLED 

KEITH, ARVIO L. 

CAR, 1230 STOLEN FROM CCUPLF 

KEITH, CARROL IMT. ENfcRGYI 

MT. energy: NOT MUCH, BUT IT'S HOME FOR THESE FOLKS 

KEITH, HAL 

KEITH NEk, HEAD COACH FOP FALCONS 

ROOKIE COACH PUTS UORKOUT INTO PRACTICE 

FALCON NU"6ERS PLEASE KEITH 

JORTAN: FALCONS' FIRST-YEAR COACH EYPECTS LEADERSHIP ... 

KEITH, ^OY A. (CREFOMODRI 
JBITuary: ROY KFITH 

KdllH, „1LLIAM HAROLD IHALI 

KEITH ANSWERS OPPORTUNITY'S KNOCK 

KELLAM, WILLIAM OQRTFR JR. 

'TIS 'THE ;<IGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS' COLLECTION 

KELLER, MARGARET 

PROCEDURES "tUlFj PLANNED 

2 ON CITY COUNCIL WON'T SEEK RETURN: MAYOR AND TwO OTHERS ANNOUNCE 

KELLER, fox ANNOUNCE THEY WON'T SEEK TERM 

SPAULDING ENTERS COUNCIL RACE 

LEADERS PRAISE WATER PLANNERS 

KELLER PUSHING ORDINANCE TO PROTECT JOWNTOWN TREES 

LEADER NAMEO FOR FUND DRIVE 

KELLEY, CALVIN 

TV SHOULDN'T BE USED FOB HATE POOGRAMS 

KELLEY, JOhNEA 0. ^R, 

nEw NCCU nursing program seen behind BETTER SCORES 
NURSI'IG SCHOOL APPROVED 

KELLY. BETTE 

OAY-CARE SERVICE FOR fO MAY BE LOST 
COU'.TY GETS HEATING-AID MONEY 

KELLY, CLYDE 

KELLY NAMED PITTSPQRQ POSTMASTER 

KELLY, EDWARD DR. 

PARAPSYCHOLOGY STRUGGLES AT DUKE. 



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.BUT The BEAT GOES ON 



KELLY. GENE 

ASTAIRE, KELLY DANCED WAY TO FAME 

KELLY, JERRY T. 

CHARLOTTE MURDER TRIAL OPENS 

KELLY, JOHN 

INTERNAL REVENUF TO CRACK DOWN ON TAX PROTESTERS 

KELLY, KATHY 

MUSICAL COUPLE: THEY MET IN BAND, SANG TOGETHER AT WEDDING 

KELLY, KEVIN 

U.S. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS EYE JUNE 22 STRIKE 
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS CONTRACT RAPPED 

KELLY, MARVIN LAWRENCE "3U00Y" 
OBI TUARY 

KELLY, RICHARD IKNOXVILLE, TN.l 

•ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW' LOVE SPAWNS BOOK 

KEMBLE, ELUABETH DR. 

UNC'S FIRST DEAN OF NURSING DIES 

KEMP, DICK 

ATKINSON SAYS NO TO ALL-STARS 

KENAN, BETTY 

FURS FIND A NICHE IN TRIANGLE 

KENAN, FRANK H. 

PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

KENAN, OWEN G. 

CCB RAISES DIVIDEND; PICKS 2 BOARD MEMBERS 

K6NDRICK, MEREDITH IGASTONIAI 

MISSING DEAF GIRL FOUND 3Y SEARCHER 

KENNAN, GEORGE F. 

ORIGIN OF THE MYSTERIOUS 'MR. X' 

KENNEDY, CHRIS 

KENNEDY TOP SEED AS BOY! TOURNAMENT OPENS AT DUKE 

LEBAR: TENNIS RECRUITING INTENSE 

NET knIGmT: Chris KENNEDY MUST SOON DECIDE 

KENNEDY ADVANCES 

RALEIGH'S KENNEDY TAKES USTA TITlE 

KENNEDY NIPS Murray for BOYS' TENNIS CROwN 

KENNEDY, EDwAkO M. 



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H 2 7/19/ai 8 3 N S91 

S 2 12/22/81 B 1 P F A15 

H 2 12/17/81 A 14 N 

H 2 7/22/91 All N 

H 2 9/10/81 C 11 P N 

H 2 8/29/81 A 4 E 



H 2 6/14/81 B 9 N 

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H 2 6/19/81 C 2 P F 

S 2 6/20/81 A 9 N 

H 2 6/21/81 B 8 N 

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SENATORS MEOOLE IN SRITTSH 3US1NESS 

MB. REAGAN'S Tax "(ILL eETTEB TnAM ALTEaHATrvE 

KENNEDY. ETMEL 

NEICHeORS SUE HTfiGANTON PLANT 

KENNEDY, EVA A^JO EVERETT I H I LL SBOROuGH 1 

TENANT SAYS mER A^T. UNFIT, SUES LANDLORD 

OFFICIALS RULE :iuT HOUSING VIDLATION 

TOmN SUED OVER APARTMENT 

ENFORCE CODE, JUDGE TELLS HILLSaOPOUGH 

RULING DELAYED IN HILLSaOROUGH INSPECTION CASE 

2 VIOLATIONS ARE FOUND 

KENNEDY, jnwN FITZGERALD, PRESIDENTIAL LI6RARY 

PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES ATTRACTIVE TO TOURISTS 
aCaOE-IC council nixes LIBRARY SS-i* 

kennedy, jolene 

jolenf's story to end in china 

kennedy, ricky richard 

2 Charged in slaying 

2 Charged with murofr 

suspects in killing get lawyers 

KENNEDY, k. J. Ill 

BUILDING GETTING SPECIAL SUPPORTS 
OFFICIALS ACT TO STABILIZE BUILDING 

KENT, FRANKLIN JR. IFJRT BRAGG) 

NOT-GUILTY Plea ENTERED IN DEATH 

KENThalaNGSY, VILAVVANH 

HYSTERY ILLNESS CLAIMS LAOTIAN 

KENYON, TRUCINOA 

CASE ENDS ON SECOND MISTRIAL 

2ND MISTRIAL CALLED AS JURORS DEADLOCK 

THIRD TRIAL ENDS IN ACQUITTAL 

SMITH ACQUITTfO OF CHARGES 

KEOLAVINH. KHAMT4NH 

THE KEOLAVIMhS OF OXFORD 



KERCKhOFF, SYLVIA S. 

TmO seeking ward 5 COUNCIL 
TWO FILE FOR C ITY COUNCIL 
WOMAN FILES FOR AT-LARGE S 
FILING ENDS; 21 VIE FOR CI 
CANDIDATES: SERVICES EXTEN 

CITY Candidates oppose reg 

CANDIDATES: CHANGES NEEDED 
CANDIDATES IN TUESDAY'S PR 
TEACHERS' GROUP BACKED MAR 
CANDIDATES SPAR OVER DOWNT 
SYLVIA KERCKHOFF: CITY COU 
MEET The CanuIDAIES - <• : T 
LAND USE, RESIDENTS SPLIT 
RCOEN'^IZER, maRkham CLASH 
SLOiN: Durham MOVING SI^Ew 

two groups announce endors 
mayor, council candidates 
blacks, lmf^als pot ■= our 
endorsements, turnout keys 
ne* durham officials seek 
city council umts named; 
new council moves fast 

kerlEy, Pamela ballace 

henderson woman dies in alapama 
2 die in crash 

KERN, JUDY ILINwOQOl 

Two MORE POISONING Claims FILED 

KERR, WADE LEE 
OBITUARY 

KESSLER, ELLEN ICHAPEL HILLI 

POLICE HOLD MEEANE man FOR ATTAC 
MAN HELD IN SEATING OF COED 



SEAT 

)ARD ^ SEAT 
EAT 

TY OFFICES 
SION BOON TO CITY 
ULATING CONVERSIONS 

IN CITY' S TAX BASE 
.MARY GIVE VIFwS ON ISSUES 
KHAM IN PRIMARY RACE 
OWN DEVELOPMENT 
NCIL WARD S 
HE WARD 5 RACE 
2 CANDIDATES 
AT FORuM 

AYS, NOT FORWARD 
EMENTS 

FACE THE ISSUES 
ON CITY COUNCIL 

IN COUNCIL RACES 
HARMONIOUS START 
HUNT CHOSEN 



^ ON UNC COED 



KESSLcR, SANFQBO OR. 

CLASSICS FOR THE CONS 

kESTER. R0°£RT L. 

CHILD ABUSE CASE BROIlEO IN ORANGE 

NO PROSECUTION PLANNED IN ORANGE COUNTY CASE 

KETCHUM, K. L. IBURLINGTONI 

ALAMANCE ELECTIONS GENERATING INTEREST 

BURLINGTON TO HAVE PRIMARY FOR COUNCIL 

BURLINGTON TO HAVE PRIMARY FOR MAYOR 

BALLOTS TO PE CAST TUESDAY IN THREE AREA CITIES 

S5LF-PR0CLAIMF0 wITCm LOSES MORGaNTON MAYOR'S RACE 

MOIZE OUT OF BURLINGTON RACE 

BROCK SAYS AO MAY HAVE VIOLATED LAwS 

KETCMUM wins in BURLINGTON 

BARBOUR CHARGES CHAMBER BACKED HIS OPPONENT 

NO PROSECUTION SLATED ON POLITICAL AO 

KEY, ROBERT C. IHILSON, N.C.I 

WILSON POLICE CHIEF RESIGNS 

KEYE5, Charles rev. ihickoryi 

PARSON OF The HILLS BECOMES SANTA FOR MOUNTAIN CHILDREN 

KEYwORTh, GEORGE A. 

REAGAN NOMINEE ATTENDED DUKE 

KHAOAFY, MOAMMAP Kol.i 
MEDFLY ICABTCONl 
LIBYA'S COLOnFL KHAOAFY PLAYS DANGEROUS GAMES 

'i was wondering, mr. brezhnev. . .' icartqqni 

libya's unbalanced tyrant 

30y; get a load of That throwback; icartooni 

SHOE'S ON the other foot 

MORE Than religious 

KIER, JAMES NELSON "JIM" 

FRANKLIN OFFICIAL LEAVING POST 

KIFFIN, moNTF 

ll5'r:'f.,°Lo'^Iy"''; V-'^' H*''E PLAYERS REPORT FOR FOOTBALL DRILLS 
KIFFIN PROVES HE CAN ACT, BUT HE CAN'T FAKE CONCERN 



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IIJ.M.5 l-fiK-anON LACKS ONLY A OOT 
3P£><I'IG GA><E ThA,S SEaiOUSMFS'. FKOM MFFIN 
KlfflN «CN'T rA<E BICHMriNf) LIGHTLY 
KIFFIN NA-ES r APTAINS 
KIFFIN IN OFfF^SlVE MOQP 

HlfFIN SEES LITTLE HU-QB IN SPYING 

STATE'S PLAY HELPED TERPS LOO" TOUOHEB, KIFFIN SAYS 

hOLFPACK HJLOS Qh TO DEFEAT CAVALIERS 

KIFFIN STURGCLES TO f I NO TAR HEELS' JEAK^ESSES 

KIFFIN ON HFELS: 'NO WEAKNESSES' r^t-its 

LOW-kFY RIVALRY 

'ttTt*!^" KICKOFF REKAIMS A NIGHTMARE TO WCLFPACK 

r.ilU'yTo 's'?II? irpT.I?'5'S^'~'^ '°'° KICKOFF^CALL 

KIFFIN'S DREawS TURN INTO NIGHTHARES 

kick ing nistakes kill pack 

kOlfpack goin''. to air? 

skid frustrates kiffin 

Casey: kIFFIn'S JOB SECURE DESPITE hark 

KIGcR, mCKEY L. IWINSTON-SALEMl 

FORMER Sank OFFICIAL INDICTED 

KIM, HIRA 

PEN PALS XANTEO 

K IMM, SUE Y. s. DR. 

TALK TO COVER WEIGHTY TOPIC 

KINCAID, LARRY 

MURDOCH PREPAPES FOB FARM DAY 

AMPLE SHARING eOaSTS OPERATION SANTA CLAUS 

KING. AL3ERT 

KING, GMINSKI INJURIES AILING NETS 
KING. ANDREa OR. 

SCIENTISTS STUDY COWBIRD SERENADE 



KING. ANNE 

CAMBODIAN. 



AMERICAN FAMILIES TQ BECOME ONE 



KINt, 3ILLIE JEAN 

NAUSEATING UQROS 

KING. CALES KIMBALL ICHAPEL HILLI 
TWO GET RHOOES SCHOLARSHIPS 
RHODES A.ARDS GO TO DUKE, UNC STUDENTS 

KING. CORETTA SCOTT 

CORETTA KINO CALLS FQR BENEHEO ACTIVISM 
KING. DANNY ICBEFO"OORI 

HUTSCN EOUNO nvFR ON MURDER CHARGE 

KING. EILEEN 

A THEE GROWS IN DURHAM 

KING. FLORA EEASLEY.INELSONl 
SHE THOUGHT OF OTHERS IN 

KING. GORDON wENDELL "CURLY" 
OBITUARY 

KING. JAMES ARTHUR bUTLER 

YOUTH ROB?EO AT SCHOOL 

3 CITED ON DRUG COUNTS 

3 ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

POLICE ARREST THREE ON DRUG CHARGES 

MEN GO VOLUNTARILY 

KI»'G. JAMES WILLIAM 

MAN STRUCK BY CAR DIES OF INJURIES 

"'"■'Jt^>!. Lrii° 9°f^ 8'' JE^SE BETHU.NEI 
MAN CHARGED WITH BaPE. KIDNAPPING 



ISl-. LETTER TO SANTA 



. JOE 
HE'S GOT THAI 



1AUNTING SMILE 



KING. JULIUS M. 

OLD-TIMEy PERSISTENCE 

KING. JUNIOR BRAGG ILIBERTYl 

LIBERTY MAN IS HELD IN OOUbLE SLAYING 
HEARING SET IN TwO SLAYINGS "^^^'"^ 

KING. LOWELL R. DR. 

KING HEADS UROLOGY SECTION 

KING. MARTIN LUTHER JR. OP. 

Vnr if^""" J^f''''"=I6S OOUBLE AGENTS 

AUTmoP names top SPIES 

MECKLENBURG TO OdSERVE KING'S BIRTHDAY AS HOLIDAY 
KING. RCPERT F. 

EDITORIAL STANCE ON SPEED LIMIT ILLOGICAL 

CITY COUNCIL RESEMBLES OICriTORsilP ^ 
KING. ROBERT LEE 

OBITUARY 

KING. ROSA GPIFFIN 
OBI TUARY 

KING. Thomas E. 

WOMAN. CAPTAIN IN TIFF 

^l?J;<:c!?'^.c2'^|5 CHARGE IN ASSAULT 
SHERIFF'S 3EPUTY KING CHARGED WITH ASSAIji r 

iTr'. K^?^G"??^\'!^^VUVf'"'''" '°" °'-'- °''-^^ 

SHERIFF'S DEPUTY ACaulTTEO 

JUDGE 4C0UITS KING OF ASSAULT CHARGE 

KING. TROY LEE ICARRBOROI 
OB I TuARY 

KING. WILLARn U. IGRANVILLE CO. I 

KING TO HEAD GRANVILLE BOARD 
KING. WILLIAM 

pJJJf^tlt'i^:; f?E- S*""" f'CuLTY MEET 
PREACHERS .<AN NIXON FROM HOUSE 



KING. WILLIAM RUFUS DEVANE 



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8/os/ai 


c 


2 




N 







S 2 11/06/81 B 1 P F J06 



H 2 5/13/81 A 4 



H 2 12/21/91 8 I 
S 2 12/23/81 C 3 



S 2 12/03/91 C 7 N 

H 2 11/25/81 6 1 N 951 

H 2 3/09/81 D 1 P F A20 



S 2 12/19/8 1 A 
H 2 10/16/91 c 



S 2 5/16/91 A 3 

H 2 5/17/81 A 9 

H 2 a/27/81 6 

S 2 8/27/81 C 6 

S 2 3/29/81 A 3 



H 2 6/28/81 C 2 

H 2 I0/2<./fll C 12 N 

H 2 9/30/81 A 1 P F H49 

H 2 8/29/81 A 4 U G33 



H 2 9/2'./91 A 6 
H I 9/25/91 3 I 



S 2 10/17/81 4 3 



H 2 9/17/81 B I 
S 2 9/17/81 A 12 
H 2 12/09/81 A 10 



S 2 7/13/91 A 4 
H 2 9/14/81 A 5 



H 2 7/29/81 C 4 
H 2 11/01/91 C 2 



H 2 8/08/81 A 3 

S 2 3/13/81 C 1 

H 2 8/14/91 6 1 

H 2 9/19/81 C 1 

S 2 9/29/91 e 1 

H 2 9/30/91 B 1 

S 2 9/30/91 A 12 



H 2 9/05/81 C 2 
H 1 12/08/81 a I 



H 2 9/01/91 A 1 p N G53 
H 2 9/06/ai A 1 P F G53 













N 


951 


N 


1157 


N 


B5I 


N 




N 




N 


HrtI 


N 





Ka 



MONTHLV/4 



INDEX 
U/31/31 



NAMES 



P«GF IJ". 
1/11/12 



VICE PKESIOEmT crom h.C. UNseLE 10 SEavE 
"""^\ISo-s'°CWGMIER CLOSELY GUiRDED 

''""-""•«i°l'I:E''FiSHCSl£S OFflCEHS CONVICTED IN OBUG CASE 
K.N-.EY.^THOH.|_«.^nVj^ GOES TO TEXAS 

'""^'fHE'lR"°AfcRIAGE IS A FIRST FOR T4E CHAPEL HILL POLICE 

KIPK* LARONOA 

IHEFTS BEPOPTEO 

"'"'^'fIbbwORKEBS' GSQUP «A?S HUNT, dPOOKS 

""""■"sHlNGTON PROTEST: PICNIC OF SELF-INTEREST 
SOLIOASITY RALLY DISTORTED BY PAPER 

KIBKLANO. "AUOIE «F«ILLE 
DEATHS AND FUNERALS 

KIRK.LAND. REBECCA T. DR. 

DURHAM NATIVE IN TEST 

»"""-!J;:RfolT£°HAN°ASS^|TEO FOR SHOOTING SPREE 

^OLit^'SAiNf5°2JI^5E"FSSi^OOTINr.S 

CHARLOTTE MURDER TRIAL OPENS 

HAN FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER 

JURY SENTENCES KIRKLEY TO DEATH 

KIRKLEY, R. JAMES ,,„,,., 
TmJ STILL IN HOSPITAL 

KIRitMAN, NEIL OR. ^^^^^.^ 

OOCTOP STUDIES ENZYME'S EFFECTS 

KIRKPATRICKj^jEANE^^ CALLS SLANDERERS TO ACCOUNT 

"'"''co5LITicSi'sSpPo"R?l"'BlGHT TO CHOOSE ABORTION 

KIRKPATRIC". RONALfi G. 

FIRM FINED IN BIO-RIGGING 

PAVER REMOVED FPQM BIO LIST ,.-„„r.. 

CONTRACTOR IS BANNED FROM BIDDING IN GEORGIA 

■(IBKSEY, ,*ILLUM (NEW YORK C I TY 1 .,■,„„,,., 

MOVIE PRODUCER HAS A SHALL ROLL IN 'WAITRESS!' 

"'""■VIRGINU'S KIRTLEY GETS PLENTY OF MILEAGE FROM ABILITY 

KIBhAN, VIRGINIA 

IT'S A SMALL WORLO AT ENO OPEN HOUSE 

KISSELL. ETHEL HILL 
OBITUARY 

KISSLQ. JOF OR. 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: HuBEOVER 

KITA. MICHAEL G. 

PRINCIPAL NAMED AT VANCE SCHOOL 
PRINCIPALS SHIFTED AT VANCE SCHOOLS 

aOARO DELAYS ACTION ON AMBULANCE REGULATION 

KITTRELL. SCOTT 

TWO DIE. ONE HURT IN OXFORD ACCIDENT 

KLAUSMEYER. PETER (CARR60R0I . „„, 

TWO CARB60R0 RESIDENTS WIN ARTS COUNLlL AWARDS 
N.C. ARTS COUNCIL AWARDS WINNERS 

KLEESE. KENNETH C. I SOUND BEACH, N.Y.I 

FBI NABS 2 FOR FLDRIOA BANK ROBBERY 

KLEIN, ANDREW 

DUKE STUDENT FOUND DEAD IN WOOOS 
DEATH SAID SUICIDE 

KLEIN, GIL 

SECRETARY HONORED 

KLEIN, WALTER (ChaRLOITEI 

CITY CBCwOEO? BUILD ANOTHER ONE 

KLIGERMAN, ANDREW TR. ICHAPEL HILLI 

LOVE CANAL HEALTH DANGERS GLOSSED OVER 

KLOQS, WESLEY E. OB. 

BACTERIA MAY HELP MAHE OIL 

KLOPFER, PETER 

BULLISH, NOW, ON RUNNING 

NO-CGNFIDENCE VOTE SOUGHT 

PROFESSOR CRITICIZES SANFORO 

ANTI-SANFOR^ MOVE ViEWEO AS WEAK 

PFRSPFCTIVE LACKING IN NHON LIBRARY FUROR 

DOUBLE STANDARDS AMONG ThE ACADEMICS 

library: SANFORO OIDN'T PLAY FAIR 

DUkF alumni [JACK SANFORO ON NIXON ISSUE 

OUkE TRUSTEES' VOTE NO CONSENSUS 

SANFGRD NOT "THE BOSS' 

KLYZ4, ChRISTuPhFR J. 

SIRHAN SIRhan'S 1'?8'. PAROLE GROSS MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE 

KNIGhI, BETTY 

WEDDING IS SET FOR FERRIS WHEEL 

KNIGHT, C. D.' "BUCK" 

DEMOCRATS SET FESTIVAL IN ORANGE 

DEMOCRATS SCHEDULE FAMILY SUMMERFEST 

FIVE OFFICERS PLAN 'BJ RACE FOR ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF 

5 PLAN TO ENIFR RACE FOR SHERIFF'S OFFICE 



N F 
P 



S I ' 

E L Y 

C PC L P "YL 



DATE 

S 2 12/2VP1 C ") F JSn 

H 2 a/Ds/ai A 4 N 

H 2 8/Jl/al A l", N 

S ? 10/21/91 CBN 

H 2 5/17/81 E 2 P F 130 

S ? 5/02/81 A 10 N 

S 2 9/01/81 C It N 



H 2 ^/i'./'i A 
H 2 10/06/61 A 



H 2 6/2B/81 C 



S 2 10/02/81 C 1 P P 



S 2 5/18/91 A 2 

H 2 S/l'/ll A 8 

S 2 5/11/81 6 T 

H 2 9/01/Bl A 10 

H 2 9/19/81 C 10 

S 2 9/23/81 C 14 



S 2 5/12/81 B 1 

S 2 3/01/81 A 3 

H 2 10/16/81 A 4 

H 2 12/11/Bl A 4 



H 2 9/26/81 A 5 
H 2 10/10/91 B 5 
H I 11/21/81 B I 



N 



S 2 11/19/81 13 P F B71 

H 2 a/29/"I C 1 P F S91 

H 2 12/13/81 E I P F S56 

H 2 11/21/81 B 7 

H 2 12/03/81 U 1 U 



H 1 7/15/Rl b 1 
H 1 7/22/81 B I 



N 



H 2 9/09/Bl A 14 N S51 
S 2 7/D6/BI C 1 N 



H 2 8/22/81 B 1 N 
5 2 a/27/Sl 5 P N 



S 2 11/10/81 B 7 



H 2 11/09/31 B 5 
S 2 U/09/81 C 1 



S 2 8/21/Sl A 9 P P R91 

H 2 11/29/81 A It N 

H 2 10/09/81 A 4 L 

S 2 10/21/81 A 12 N 



H 2 5/10/91 b 1 3 P N C19 

H 2 9/15/Rl B I P N G53 

S 2 9/15/81 A a N 

H 2 9/16/ni B 1 N 

S 2 9/16/91 A 4 E 

H 2 9/17/81 A 4 E 

H 2 9/20/ai D 4 L 

H 2 9/21/91 B 1 N A54 

H 2 9/22/91 A 4 L 

H 2 10/12/91 A 4 L 



H 2 11/29/91 A 4 
S 2 10/21/81 C 1 



H 2 a/21/Bl A K5 N 

S 2 B/24/81 A 8 N 

H 2 9/19/91 A 10 P N W36 

S 2 9/19/81 A 12 N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INOEK 

5/01/81 - Ii/31/9l 



JAIL FOCUS OF l-eeTINl, 

KNtuHTi EBIC 

N.C. SVPMONY 15 'ALIVE ANO KICKING' 

KNI&Hri H. STUART 

SOME SECRECY IS NECESSARY 

KNIGHT. JULIUS 

LdlTIE HABVIN GFIS TWO-YEAR PRISON TERM 

KNIGHT. »• P. "FOOTSIE" 
REMEDIES FOR THE Y 

KNIGHT. OCTAVIA DK. 

MINORITY GIFTFO NEGLECTED 

THE GIFTED MINCBITY: TALENT «E SHOULD NURTURE 

■tCCu 'ECEI^eS SPECIAL TEACHER TRAINING GRANTS 

THE PPDFESSDRS WERE... 

DAVID a. ShUXATF appointed to post at DUKE 

KNIGHT RECEIVES HONOR 

Kr.OERR. GEOkGE 

OaiTUARY: GEORGF KNOERR 

KNOX. DAVID DR. 

ECU STUDY SHOWS SEX STILL CARRIES TRAUMAS 

KNOX. EDWARD 

N.C. GOVERNOR'S RACE ALREADY WARMING UP 

KNOX TO euIT "UPGET PANEL 

GREENSaORO 9USIN£SS"AN MAY GET I'JDGET PANEL SEAT 

STATES URGED TO COOPERATE FDR FUNDING 

NO CHALLENGE 

STATE COLLEGE'S OUINIET HAS GIVEN N.C. ONE GOVERNOR ALREADY 

KNOA. 

KOCH. ED 

THE ED KGCh campaign (CARTOONI 

KOFHN, HANK 

SPACE AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISE 

KOEnNE, CHPIS 

DURHAM. HILLSIDE DOUBLE-HEADER CANCELED 

K0HL6. SIDNEY J. 

RAISE THE TDaACCD TAX 

KOLANkO. RON 

2 SITES GET BACKING FOR HOUSING 
RFNT-ASSISTED HOUSING PROPOSED FOB NEAL ROAD 

KOLBER. ALAN R. 

Two CRITICAL AFTER PLANE CRASHES ON TAKEOFF 

PROFESSORS HURT IN CKASH 

PILOT OF CRASHED PLANE DIES 

PLANE CRASH VICTI" DIES 

REPLACING AIRPORT URGED BY CHAPEL HILL CUUNCIL 

KOMAIKO. JEAN B. 

BOTANICAL GARDEN NEEDS PUBLIC SUPPORT 

KOMHINSK. BRAD 

KOMMINSK DOES IT ALL - NATURALLY 

KOMMINSK LEADS PULLS TO SWEEP 

KOMMINSK ON TfllPLF CROWN PACE 

THE FRANCHISE 

BULLS' KOMMINSK CHOSEN FOR TOP WEEKLY HONOR 

TOTAL AVERAGE: BASEBALL PORMULA PROVIDES DIFFERFNT SLANT 

BRAD'S QUEST 

KOMHINSK TIES MARK. BULLS LOS? 

KOMMINSK TIES RECORD 

KDMMINSK'S BAT PRESSING ONWARD 

KOMMINSK IS MVP IN CAROLINA LEAGUE 

BULLS: KOMMINSK NAMED MVP; 9 PLAYERS GET WINTER INVITES 

KOMMINSK SNAPS LUZINSKI'S RECORD IN BULLS' <.- 3 LOSS 

KOMMINSK SETS RECORD 

OEDMON STEALS SHOW. SHUTS OUT EAGLES ON 5 HITS 

KOMMINSK Called to savannah 

nlLLSIOE SEEKS TO END SKEIN 
1<)81: A GOOD YEAR FOR TAR HEELS 

KOO. HELEN P. 

CDURTFSY TITLES SHOW BIAS 

KOONCE. CaL 

MIRACLE REVISITED: 



PAGE 1?5 
l/ll/8i 



CAMPBELL'S KOONCE BRINGS LIFE TO FAN'S MEMORIES 



KOONTZ. REGINALD C. 

WAKE TECH OFFICIAL LOSES JOB 

KORNBERG. ALLEN 

DUKE TEACHER NAMED EDITOR 
KOBNBEBG NAMED EDITOR OF JOURNAL 

KOPNEGAY. BETTIE JEAN 
OBI TUARY 

KOPNEGAY. FRANCIS A, 
NCCU TO HONOR 2 
NCCU TO GIVF HONORARY DEGREES 

KOSYGIN, ALEXI 

THcY 3APKED AtJD BOWED AT SUMMIT TABLE 

K02EL. SU2ANNE 

FAMILY CLINIC HOSTS OPEN HOUSE TO CELEBRATE ITS FIRST BIRTHDAY 

KOZOMAN, MELISSA 

THEY'RE TAKING DIVES FOB FUN. TO STAY FIT 

KRAFT. JOSEPH 

CANT ABOUT 'GPEEO' HIDES TRUE SELFISHNESS 

KRAMER, HENRY MAHLFR JR. 
OBITUARY 

KRAMER. HILTON 

ARTS. MORALITY PROBED 

KRAYBILL. ERNEST 

N.C. TWINS' SEPARATION RESTS ON TEST RESULTS 
TWINS MAKE 'GREAT PRCGRESS' AFTER SEPABATION 



N F 
P D 



S I T 
E L Y 
DATE C PG L P 9YL 



s 2 9/ja/ai A 6 N 

S 2 9/D3/ai 5 P I 

5 2 12/02/81 A 4 E 

H 2 6/19/91 6 1 N 951 



H 2 7/14/81 A 



5/25/81 
6/D5/81 
6/D7/81 
7/D2/ai 
12/03/81 
12/04/91 



1 I 
5 

1 2 
3 



H 2 6/25/81 A le 
H 2 7/10/81 B ^ 



H 2 7/20/Bl A ■) 

H 2 8/15/81 A 14 

H 2 8/16/81 A 4 

H I 8/19/81 1 

H 2 8/22/91 A 5 

H 2 a/23/81 A 6 



N D08 
E 



N 



S 2 10/21/91 A 10 N 

H 2 9/25/81 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 11/24/ai A 4 L 

H 2 9/15/81 a 3 N 

H 2 5/14/81 A 4 L 



S 2 6/29/81 C 
S 2 12/09/91 C 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



6/06/81 A 
6/06/91 A 
6/08/81 C 
6/08/81 B 
6/09/Bl B 



1 N 054 
I N K9D 



1 N E46 

3 N 

1 N Ma4 

1 N 

1 N E46 



H 2 7/20/81 A 



S 2 


5/18/81 


n 


1 


P 


II 


R66 


H 2 


6/21/91 


9 


1 




N 


MM 


H ? 


5/21/81 


n 


4 


P 


N 


MM 


H ? 


7/D5/ai 


H 


7 


P 


N 


m;i 


H 7 


7/ll/Rl 


H 


4 




N 




H 7 


7/19/91 


H 


5 




U 


MM 


S 7 


3/18/91 


9 


7 


P 


P 


1 3 1 


H 7 


8/19/81 


K 


7 




N 


whil 


S 7 


a/19/81 


II 


1 


P 


N 


Rnh 


H 2 


a/20/81 


() 


1 


P 


N 


MM 


H 7 


a/26/91 


H 


7 




N 




■; 7 


9/26/91 


D 


1 




N 




H 7 


9/27/81 





1 




N 


MM 


S 7 


a/27/91 


( 


7 




N 


R66 


H 7 


8/29/91 


n 


1 


P 


N 


MM 


H 7 


9/05/81 


n 


7 




N 




H 7 


10/22/91 


n 


2 


P 


N 




S 2 


12/24/81 


u 


1 


P 


N 




H 2 


8/25/91 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


7/16/81 


D 


1 




U 


M71 



S 2 7/29/81 



H 2 11/15/91 A 
S 2 U/16/81 B 



H 2 7/28/8 



H 2 5/02/91 B 
S 2 5/09/91 A 



H 




9/07/81 


A 


1 


U 


H49 


s 




12/10/81 


B 


3 


N 




H 




8/21/91 


D 


1 


P F 




H 




7/07/81 


A 


4 


E 




H 




12/16/81 


c 


6 







H 




7/03/91 


D 


? 


R 


G68 


H 
H 




7/10/81 
7/11/91 


A 
B 


1 
1 


N 
N 


H6S 
H6B 



■ ■jnmiiMlllB.i.wrr».'..^>. —-.,„„„., 



MQNTHLV/ANNUftL 



INDEX 
12/31 /HI 



N » M e s 



PAGF 126 

1/1 1/n; 







HATE C PI". 



AFfLICtS 250.000 ChILOREN .NATIONwIDF 



KREUICH, DEanRAH ^v. DR. 

aRIhRITIS: "OLU PEOPLE'S DISEASE' 

KKEMEN. IR-IN Pi. 

COLLAGE exrtUn SET 

KREPS. JUANITA 

STATE OEVELOP-ENT CONHISSION FOBMEO 

KREPS PLANS SPEECH TQ WOMEN 

SPEAKING AT MEETING 

KREPS SAYS ECONOMIC SLUMP MAY CO.iTINUE UNTIL SUMMER 

KRESGE. STANLEY S. 

DUKE TO HONOR KRESGE AT FOUNDER'S DAY 
KRESGE GETS HONORARY DUKE DEGREE 

KREU2.(IE5ER . MARK 

COVERAGE EXCELLENT Of CITIES' MEETING 

KRYNSKI. MAGNUS J. 

DUKE PROEESSDRS SAY CRACKDOWN MAY STAVE UFF SOVIET INTERVENTION 

KRZYZEWSKI. MIKE 

'If' STILL HAUNTS COACH K'S EFFORTS 

MEaTOwlaNOS OPENING HAILED BY KRZYZEwSKI 

NOTES 

WELL TRAVELED. WELL LEARNED 

REVERED DUKE OLAYEbS GONE. NOT FORGOTTEN 

DUKE NOT HURTING? 

NEWEST PLUE OEVIL ARRIVES 

TEA" DEFENSE, SHOT SELECTION TWO DUKE KEYS 

TINY OEVILS' NU":FRS CONCERN KRZYZtWSKI MOST 

YUGOSLAVIANS STREAK PAST DUKE. '56-9') 

RED STAR DIMS DUKf OUTLOOK 

WITHOUT TALENT. DUKE'S PROGRAM WON'T FLY 

aLUE DEVILS LIOKING FOR SETTER THINGS AGAINST LASALLE 

K'ZYZEwSKI'S PRIME WORRY NOT FOES BUT ELUE DEVILS 

EARLY DECISIONS SHOW COACH K SCORING AS RECRUITER 

COACH K. LEFTY NOT HAPPY 

TEA" '0' DUKE GOAL FOR ECU 

DUKE SEEKS TURNAROUND 

SURVIVING THE BAD TIMES 

KUBISCEK. RICHARD ANTHONY 

N.Y. AUTHORITIES ARREST MAN WANTED IN N.C. 

KUHN. eOwIE 

aowiE AT The "jat 

KULIK. JANET 

HER DOLLARS 



CO Into dolls 



KULKSI. WLAOYSLAW 

DUKE PROFESSORS SAY CRACKDOWN MAY STAVE OFF SOVIET INTERVENTION 

KUPCHAK, MITCH 

lakers going for kupchak? 

kupchak gets 7-year pact offer 

bullets losing ex-unc cager 

none cf the calls informed chancellor 

kupcmak's signing would pressure Bullets 

kupchak finally a laker 

■ThaR'S GCLO in THE" THAR HEELS' 

old tar heels never change 

fractured left leg benches kupchak at least 8 weeks 

kubali, charles 

unc-u.s. oesegrfgation fight to be featured on cbs show 

unc official raps kuralt for tv show 

kuralt criticized for '3iase0' report 

another telecast set today on unc 

friday says he's satisfied with desegregation story 

kutkus. grace 

kutkus gets promotion on newspapers 

kutzleb, sally 

chapel hill resident is honored 

kylstra. johannes a. 
pyramid flaw 

labarre. david 

courts increase use of private detectives 

judge rules graham exceeded authority 

hearing friday for court official 

judge oeserves answers 

labarre rules against graha" 

case dismissal angers judge 

judge reports break-in at home 

3 attack "an in parking lot 

county asked to claze program to aid youth 

juvenile program proposed for durham 

violent youths "ay ^£ aided at durham facility 

district court judges will seek re-election 

four seek to retain district court judgeships 

labarre. weston 

•institute for study qf corrupt government' 

lacewell. james a. 
slack colleges 



H Z 5/22/ei B S 
H 2 9/17/31 A 18 



H 2 «>/D2/ni A 8 P N 

S 2 ll/2'^/91 C 7 P N 

S 2 12/07/81 A S P P C56 

S 2 12/14/81 A 1 P N S33 



H 2 12/13/81 C '> 
S 2 12/15/81 A 12 



S 2 12/D5/81 A 



S 2 12/l<./81 



s 


7 


5/11/81 









F 


F75 






5/20/81 


H 






N 




s 


/ 


5/28/81 


1 






II 


1)18 


H 


2 


(./14/ai 


H, 




p 


N 


P07 


H 


7 


10/16/81 


r 




p 


N 


pn7 


s 




lD/16/81 


n 




p 


F 


F?^ 


H 


7 


1 1/23/81 


R 






N 




H 


7 


U/Z'./fll 


H 




p 


F 


"71 


s 


7 


ll/2'./81 


p 




p 


F 


F75 


H 


7 


1 1/25/81 


p. 




p 


N 


"71 


S 


7 


11/25/81 


n 




p 


N 


F75 


s 


7 


11/26/31 


I 




D 


II 


ni8 


H 


7 


12/02/8 1 


p 






F 


111 


H 


7 


12/08/31 


H 






F 


m; 


S 


7 


12/0<)/3l 


1) 






U 


F7 


S 




12/1A/81 


D 




P 


II 


RhA 


H 




12/22/81 


". 






f 


M71 


S 


7 


12/22/81 


n 




P 


F 


F75 


s 


2 


12/31/81 


c 






IJ 


DIB 



H 2 5/28/81 A 6 N 

S 2 5/27/81 I P w F25 

S 2 7/30/81 1 P F F57 



2 


U/H/Bl 


A 


1 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


6/20/Bl 
6/21/81 
7/06/81 
7/17/81 
7/21/81 
3/06/91 
3/30/81 
3/30/31 
12/21/91 


A 

a 



c 
a 
c 
a 

B 
3 


9 
■; 
2 

I 

3 
1 

a 

5 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


9/12/81 
9/13/81 
9/19/81 
9/20/81 
9/21/81 


A 

c 

c 

A 

6 


1 

!<. 
1 
1 

I 


2 


9/08/81 


C 


1 



M71 
M7I 



H 2 7/16/81 D 



H 2 10/04/91 D 



s 




5/20/81 


r 




N 


1157 


s 




9/U/81 


A 




N 


1157 


s 




9/15/81 


8 




N 




s 




9/17/81 


A 




F 




s 




9/19/81 


A 




N 


Fin 


H 




9/19/81 


1 




N 


851 


H 




11/03/81 


A 


IH 


N 




s 




11/09/81 


r 




N 




H 




11/21/81 


A 


1 1 


P N 




s 




11/23/81 


R 




N 




s 




12/03/81 


( 




N 


nna 


S 




12/15/81 


A 




P N 


115/ 


H 




12/16/81 


B 




N 





SUCCESSFUL 



H 2 9/02/81 A 4 
H 2 5/05/81 A 4 



EX-BEAUTY auEFN, JAYCEES NEAR ACCORD 
JAYCEES. MRS. LACEy settle out OF COURT 

LACHANCE. RUTH 

SUGAR: ITS DECORATIVE USES VIRTUALLY LIMITLESS 

LACK. JOHN IHOMESTFAD, FL . ) 

MAN JIES IN ELEVATOR ACCIDENT 
MOTEL WORKER IS CRUSHED BY ELEVATOR 

LACROIX. jEAN-ClauOE 

3 MEN ROb OURhA" PIZZA DELIVERYmaN 

lacy, benjamin r, rev, 

benjamin R. lacy dies IN HIGH POINT 

LADO. ChakLES 

durha" Farmers watch pastures fill with houses 

lado. james junior i iredell countyi 
MAN GETS Three life sentences 



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LAOO. STEVEN IClINChPOPT. VA.I 

AGENTS BELEASE «AIO NAMES .„,-„ 

SIX ASRESTEO IN OBur. RAID ARE CHARGED 
BONOS SET AT 11 MILLION 
BONDS SET FOk 6 DRUG SUSPECTS 

LADD. rflLLlAM OAVID _ , „„^ ^ ,„, ' 

MAN CNAROfO KITH JUNc W BREAK-INS 
PEAKS CHARGED IN ?REAK-INS 

LAFONE, OAVID (G'tFNVILLEJ 

N.C. MAN KILLED IN NEW ORLEANS 

LACARDE.^^^H ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ HEELS' 

LAiLt DONNA MARIE „.^^ 

THREE ARE KILLED IN GRAHAM WRcCK 

'"*""'Na''9ELLS RANG V.HEN THEY MET AT RUSH PARTY 

LAM45, STEVE 

THE bULLS' VOKf 

LAMS, JACK 

3UCKS TRIP LAMB'S TRIGGFR 

'duKE'S lamb chosen to ALL-STAR TEAM 
OUKE PLAYFR pitches hIN 

LAMBERT, JOHN Sk. 
OBITUARY 

LAMBERTON, RICHARD H. ( CHAPEL H I LLl 

RETIRFMfNT HAVEN ON CHAPEL HILL TOUR 
FAIRNTOSH PLANTATION NOT 3UILT UNTIL IBID 

LAMBETH, SUSAN 

COMPANY NOTES 

LAMM, HAZEL 

SCREENING HELPS CHILDREN 

LAHPLEY, PEARL SMITHWICH FRANKLIN ICHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

LANCASTER, CROVER C. 

A LEAHER TO FOLLOW 

LANCASTER, MARTIN (REP.l 

YGUNG DEMOS OPPOSE <.-YEAR ASSEMBLY TERMS 

LANCASTER, NORRIS 1LIN 

MAN CHARGED »rTH ASSAULT 
POLICE CHARGE MAN wITH ASSAULT 
MAN ACQUITTED IN ASSAULT CASE 
MAN FOUND INNOCENT IN ASSAULT 

LANDERS, FLORENCE "AE {CHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

LANDING, FRANK 

CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS CUR6 'TRAILER CITIES' 
PLACUE FOR COOPERATION 
DISCIPLINE, DRUGS EDUCATORS' WOES 
COLO WEATHE' "RINGS HEAT ON POLICY 
SCHOOL VANDALISM NEAftS !•,<,, 000 IN DURHAM 

LANE. GEORGE SHERMAN OR. ICHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

LANE. JAMES 

obituary: JAMES LANE 

LANE, ROBERT B. 

HENDERSON NATIVE GETS POST 

LANE, Thomas "tgm» 

decision on hassle house delayed 

department oelays decision 

hassle house gives bargain service 

service to help problem teen-agers 

two agencies' budgets still 'up in air' 

course set up to help dsugs-or i v i ng offfnoers 

durham menial health head fears medicaid cuts 

'■'"^''state'employffs' leader lashes general assembly 

state employee groups consider political action units 

lang. b. l. ifarmvillei 

city is given kingston mill 

lang. herbert imissourii , , ,„ , . ^.„ 

chinese jourrialist hopes to bridge countrys' cap 

langa. helen 

third world mothers exploited 

langdon. james hugh 
obituary 

langfelofr. jay l. 

scientist ueis state post 

langley, al0n2o 
obituary 

langley, oeette dunn 
obituary 

langley, eugenf l. "buddy" 

e.l. langley. gte president. takes similar post in texas 

langley is leaving for similar position 

we lose. texas gains 

feeling is mutual 

john atkins to head durham chamber 

langley. thomas leon ihenoersonl 

vance man gets 5d-year prison term 

lanier. gene 

repeal of obscenity law sought 



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LANIFftf TmOMAS lee jr. 

KNUCHLES 'Hfc In lU.SOO THEFT 

PROSECUTION aClNITS CASE C I SCU"1 STANT I Al. 

MOTHER SAYS SON OION'T STEAL l^iOO 

LANIER TESTIFItS IN SON'S dEHALF 

JURY TO GET IK. 500 PURSE THEFT CASE TODAY , 

PURSE Theft c>se goes to jury 

YOUTH AC6UITTED QF PURSE THffT 
JURY FREES "AN IN tl-tiSOO THEFT 

LANIFRi VERNE C. OR. 

OFFICE SURGERY POPULAR OPTION 

LANNING. FRANK JP . 

SUGGESTION ISINGS lli.'.ia 

lao. kieng-chong 

cambodian refugees seek neu life in n.c. 

lapuma. perry thomas (miami, fla.) 

fla. man helj in suspected slaying of toy 
man indicted in tot's death 

larkin, Fannie hatch 

OBITUA(*y; MPS. FANNIE H. LARKIN 

LAPSEN. VIC 

COURT dATTLF VOWED ON DRUG PARAPHERNALIA LAW 

DRUG PaRAPhF^NALIA Law: ENFORCEMENT A TICKLISH OUFSTION 

LARSON, ARTHUR DR. 

OUkE OlPtCTOB CRITICIZES LAW ON WORKERS' COMPENSATION 
N.C. WORKER'S COMPENSATION SAIO MOST INEOUITABLE IN U.S. 

LASaTER, kaye 

•HOSPITAL tCO'lOMlCS WORK IN RFvEkSE' 

LASH. MELOOIF ( WINSTON-SALEMI 
CAR LANDS IN TREES 

LASHLEy, TOMMY DANIEL 

BICYCLIST DIES ON bRuAO ST. 
OBITUARY 

LASSITER, ABIGAIL 

HIGH COURT RULES AGAINST DURHAM WOMAN 

SENATE APPROVES CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT MEASURE 

RULING MAY HELP INDIGENT BILL 

PARENTS' "IChT to lawyer ENDORSED BY COMMITTEE 

LASSITER, CARL RAY 
OBITUARY 

LASSITER, EMILY FuTRFLL 
QPITUARY 

LASSITER, FLOZY TILLEY 

oei ruARY 

LASSITER, JOSHUA 

JOSH LASSITFR "GRAOUaTES' AFTER <,a YEARS 

LASSITER, LUTHER "WIMPY" IElIZabETh CITYI 

FORMER PILLIARO CHAMP STILL SEEKS COMPETITION 

LASSITER, "CDONALO ICHAPEL HILLI 

MAYOR FILLS HOUSING VACANCIES 

LASSITER, TaLMADCE 

FIREMEN SOUGHT AT STATION 

CONFERENCE GOAL IS COMMUNICATION 

FIRE, CRIME BUREAUS MAY MERGE 

ARRESTS OF Two PSOS UPSET FELLOW OFFICERS 

LASSITER BACKS OFFICERS 

PUBLIC HAS RIGHTS, TOO 

GIFTS FROM ENGLAND 

PSO TABS INTERNAL CHANGES 

PUBLIC SAFETY CONCERNS CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE 

LASSITER ■JUEiTlONS EDWARDS' SUPPORT 

INTERNAL AFFAIRS PROBE NOT WRONG--eOW ARDS 

O.A.: PPOBE BY INTERNAL AFFAIRS OK 

PEEL ING AWAY SECRECY 

CRACKDOWN ON TRUANCY IN DURHAM ANNOUNCED 

AUTHORITIES SEEK TO CUT TRUANCY 

LASSITER HITS NEW GUN PLAN 

DISARMING OFFICERS CQULO 5E A MISTAKE 

FIRE IN OLD FARM AREA SPARKS CONTROVERSY 

PUBLIC SAFETY SAVES CITY SI. 5 MILLION A YEAR, LASSITER SAYS 

OFFICIALS SAY PSO SYSTEM SAVES MONEY 




LASTFR, ANNlf CLEGG 
09! TUARY 

LATIMER, JOHN 0. 

ARCHITECT wI'js Payment 

JURY Awards i&5.ooo to ruRHAM architect 

latta, carol 

singles group got this pair together, wed 

LATTA, HARRY J. INASHVILLE, N.C.I 

TROOPER SHUT AFTER HALTING OUI SUSPECT 

LATTA, LUNA CATES I H I LL SBOROUGH I 
OBITUARY 

LATTIMORE, HENRY 

IN SEARCH OF DIAMONDS IN THE »OUGH 

N.C. CENTRAL'S BIGGEST NEED IS A OUAKTtRSACK 

LATTIMORE HIGH ON DEFENSE 

LATTI-ORE: VISIT TO DOLPHINS' CAMP WORTHWHILE TRIP 

EAGLES CONTINUE JE MANEUVERS 

LATTI-OBE SAYS WINSTON-SALEM 'A MUST CAME • 

LATTIMORE «fAPY OF PLAYING QUARTEREACK GAME 

LATIIMOSf ciN LIVE WITH OPEN OATES 

CFNTi.AL DEFENSIVE ALIGNMENT WORKING 

LAITI"OBt; DEFENSES KEY IN CLASH WITH MORGAN SI. 





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"JiHji!^ M"^ THtlH TOLL MHfN f4CCU PLAYS UNION 
AGGIES' A16USM OF l=)eO RESTS HEAVY ON EAGLE WINDS 

LAUPUSt WILLIAM E. 0«. 

LAHlERi CINNY 

CITY BUILDING LEVEL UP 

LAUINGt CRAIG 

.*ANT A BACKHOE OR SCRAPER'' 
SEN. LAMING mOSPITALWEO 

LAhlNG. PLATO 

^anT a BaCkhqe or SCRAPER-' 

LAwING. W, CRAIG 

LAfciNG MILL SEEK SENATE POST AGAIN 



LAMMAKERS SAY 
S CAMP 



LAWRENCE. AMOS 

':iS5E!i'f " MO-SHOW AT SAN DIEGO 
AKOS 3ALKS AT cFANS ... 
LAWRENCE S«APPED TO <i9ERS 

LAWRENCE. 0. h. lAUTHQRI 
LITERARY Fare 

LAwiiENCE. Susan Elizabeth 

aRICE AND GRJOH, I9m 

LAWS. BILL (ORANGE CO. I 

assistant 3RANGF MGR. NAMED 

LAwS WILL TAKE PJST 

1982 TaK listing SEGINS IN ORANGE 

LAWS. C. A. ( STATESVILLEI 

stained GLASS A FAMILY AFFAIR 

LAWS. G. L. 

SOME BLACK SCHOOL ALUHNI CRITICIZE U.tC SETTLEMENT 

LAWSON, CAROLYN FLUAbETH IHENDERSOM 
S^r'9^5^9'" "'" CHARGED WITH KIDNAP 
POLICE Charge HENDERSON MAN IN KIDNAPPING 

LAWSON. CLARA w. 

SCHOOLS NAME NUTRITION CHIEF 
NUTRITIONAL WORK IS EMPHASIS 

THE SCHOOL LUNCH - A BARGA IN - E AL A T I TS BEST 
SCHOOL OFFICIALS: MEALS PROCRaS OPEN TO ABUSE 
LAWSON. DAVID 

LAWSON. ROOER DALE 

HAN SENTENCED IN 1978 SLAYING 

LAY. LY-KIANG 

CAMSOOIAN REFUGEES SEEK NEW LIFE IN N.C. 

LAYSIN, OONNIt IJAINSR RObliMS. GA 1 

3 INMATES lAKE ESCAPE IN GEORGIA 

LAYTON. DONALD 

DRIVER CHARGED IN TRAFFIC DEATH 

CA/lOuS. GERALD 0.;. 

fUN IN SuN "AY CAUSE RACING AT AGING 
SUN PRESENTS PkO^LEMS FOR STATE 
RESEARCH SrtOwS PSORIASIS LIMITED TO SKIN 

LA2ENBY. GLENN A. JR. OR. 

OUiHAM CCUPLt wlr.S 1500.000 IN LAWSUIT 
POLICE PROaiNG ARMED ROeBERY '•'"^"'^ 

LEACH. CONNIE JR. 

THIRD ARRESTED IN NOV. 4 RAPE 

LEAK. GRADY 

i GUNMEN TIE. 



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TOMORROW 



LEAR. MOYA 

LOYALTY AND ENTERPRISE 
LEAR. NOPMAN 

AMERICAN WAY LEADER WILL SPEAK 
LEAKY, CfAN 

LEA5Y DFSIu'<S MEDAL 

AWARD FOLLOWS HUMAN FORM, DANCE MOVES 

FIRF LEAHY, -^AACP ASKS 

MOONSHINE SEIZED IN ROUGEMONT RAID 

leaky. timothy 

LEaRy to give Talk at OUKE 

LEARy to speak at OUKE 
LEaPY DROPS IN, TOUTS SPACE. 
CLOSING A GREAT MIND ^*^"-'' 
U^^;"''' 5''fECM INCOMPARA'iLE 
TIMOTHY LEaRy and The BIBLE 



IMMORTAL ITY 



LEASURE. JAN 

SUPER SAvFR JAN LEASuRE TO VISIT DURHAM 
COUPONS SAVE LEASURE A 1209 GROCERY Srl 

5S^i^M5^^^j;^^^,;i!^^^;iY^^^^:;vUioST;s^sPRE.D,NG 

LEATHERS. ALLEAN 
OBITUARY 

LEATHERS. L. L. "iUDDY" 

!^S?,IY STATION TO START IN SEPT. 

cDHORIAL PHILOSOPHY FAVOR S AN AkCHY 

DURHAM OFFICES OF TELEVISION ?Tat"Sn may CLOSE 

LEATHERS. TIM 



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■"AN EMERS GuILTY PLEAS 



LEoj^i 

LEEi 

L6E. 



LfBAR: TENNIS SECIUITING INTENSE 

L'lTT|B''CE5icsATES CBAVE OF GE'l . LEE'S DAUGHTER 

BILL IDUKE POHES PRBSIDFNTI 

ROTARY CLua PLANS SERIES ON ENERGY 



'■^^' s'uCy'nIeded pefqre bus routes are Cut 

^^^' ioj°»FT'S PATIENTS DIFFERENT 

LEF, ELEANIR "NELL" „ ,, ,^ 

TWQ RfPCRTERS JOIN HERALD STAFF 

LEft ELLFN PADCETT 

HO«AN BALANCES JOB AND CAREER 

LEEi FRED 

OBITUARY 

LEE i G- E. 1 C APT- ) 

HETALS CRniNANCE REVISIONS URGED 
THE LArt APPLIES TO POLICEMEN TOO 

LEE. Hni.ARD 

LEE OFNIES "E RFSIGNED 

LEE RESIGNS FRO-l CABINET 

2 N.C. OFFICULS 'ESIGN 

HUNT MULLS Furu»E PLANSt "APS CONGRESSIONAL CLUP 

LFE TERMS COlGRf SSIONAL CLUB VERY DANGEROUS 

OEMOllo EMPLOYEE PEI.\ST«TED 

HOWARD LEE EyMNG STATE SENATE RACE 

LEE yO'i'I CHALLENGE BRAOSHAH FUR POST 

LEE. JACTuElINE I8REVARD1 

NO SuSPfCTS rfT ri T£FN-AGcR'S SLAYING 
BREVARD PPLICF SEEKING CLUES IN GIRL'S DEATH 

POLICE Charge bpevaro man in teen's slaying 

LEEi JESSE THOMAS 
OBITUARY 

LEEt MADELINE C. I?LLL0CM 

BULLOCK POSTMASTER NAMED 

LEE, PEGGY 

STAR SHUTTLE MAKES TROUBLE 

LEEt RICHARD 

UTILITY-COSTS blLL MERITS A CLOSER LOOK 

LEE, ROBERT E. 

A GROSS REFLECT ION , ,,„ 

LITTER DEStCRATFS GRAVE OF GEN. LEE'S DAUGHTER 

LEE, TROY 

FIRE DAMAGES CAFt ON ROXdORO ST. 

'■^^°^STUCY^TESTS EPILEPTICS' NEED TO KEEP TAKING MEOICATIuN 

LEESNITZER. EOOIF FRANKlIN 

LAST GAMBLING RAID CHARGES DISMISSED 
GAMBLING DISMISSED 

'"'''^^SIuOy?°PLEA bargaining makes JUSTICE 'LFSS THAN A REALITY' 

LEGGETT, RENO I JUNN 1 

RENO LEGCETT'S NO GAMBLE WHEN HE'S CARRYING BALL 

LECRANOE. OONnU 

A PRIMARY COG IN PACK SECONDARY 

LEhKAN, OTIS K. 

FACELIFT PAYS OFF FOR RAMADA 



LEMAY, JAMES THOMAS IKITTRELLI 

li-YEAR-OLO DIES IN SHOOTING 
KITTRELL MAN FACES MURDER COUNT 

LEMONS, TODD 

PREP KICkOFF; Durham teams SET 

LENOX, JAMES P. 

SCHOOL FOR OE«F HAS VACANT POST 

LENTZ, FRANCES MCARThuR 

OBITUARY; MRS. FRANCES MCARTHUR L ENTZ 

LENTZ, GEORGE 

GIFTED Children attend program 

LEONARD, RfBECCA 0» . 

aSSERTIVENESS IS ALTERNATIVE WAY OF SETTLING ARGUMENTS 

LEONARD, SUGAR RAY 
A CLASSIC 

LECNHARDT, GEORGE WILLIAM IMPRGANTONI 
"OThcR AkGuFS AGAINST DEATH 
MSN GETS 2 LIFE TERMS IN M0RGANT3N SLAYINGS 

LEONHaROT, MICHAEL 

WRITES MEDDLES In AGE ISSUE 

LEShE, STEVE 

TEN FRESHMEN -GRTH WATCHING IN 'jl 

LESLIE. GEORGE LEE 

VAN'S CONTENTS IRAW ARREST 

LESSIG. BILL 

PRINT SHOP IMPRESSES CITY HALL VISITORS 

LESTER. TED WAYNE IREIDSVILLEI 













PAGE 130 
1/11/82 


N F 
P 


DATE 


s 

E 
C 


yc 


I 
L 
1 


T 

P 8YL 


5 2 

H 2 


7/01/ni 
lO/U/"! 


A 

6 


6 
1 




N 

M 851 


S 2 


6/1T/81 


B 


1 


p 


U 018 


H 1 


9/25/Pl 


B 


1 




N L30 


H ? 


B/0'?/81 


A 


8 


P 


N 


S 2 


12/1T/81 


A 


I, 




L 


<: 2 


I 1/26/81 


A 


29 


p 


F 


H 2 


a/OI/'l 





5 




U H55 


S 2 


7/32/81 


B 


2 


P 


F 


H 2 


7/07/Sl 


A 


11 







S 2 
H 2 


5/l<./81 
3/20/81 


C 
A 


1 




N 05<. 

E 


H 2 
H 2 
5 2 
S 2 

H 2 
H 2 
H 2 

S 2 


5/20/81 
5/30/81 
5/30/81 
6/01,81 
6/02/81 
6/22/81 
10/16/91 
12/26/81 


B 
A 
A 

A 
A 
A 

B 
A 


1 

1 
14 

1 

A 
10 

1 
23 


P 
P 


N 

N 

N 

N 008 

N 

N 

N G53 

N 


S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


11/12/81 
U/13/81 
12/05/81 


C 
A 
A 


9 
10 
1 1 




N 
N 
N 


H 2 


9/08/81 


c 


2 







H 1 


9/1 1/Bl 


B 


1 




N 


H 2 


9/13/81 


C 


1 




U L57 


H 2 


5/01/ai 


A 


5 




L 


H 2 
H 1 


9/18/81 
9/25/81 


A 

e 


1 




N L30 


H 2 


8/17/91 


B 


1 




N 


H 2 


e/H/Bl 


A 


9 




F 


H 2 
S 2 


5/07/81 
5/07/81 


A 

c 


1 

1 




N B51 
N 


S 2 


10/22/81 


c 


1 




F 


H 2 


9/13/81 


B 


9 




N S7l 


H 2 


9/25/81 


8 


2 


p 


F S91 


H 2 


10/11/81 


D 


10 


P 


N F78 


H 2 


12/30/91 


A 


9 







H 2 
S 2 


9/28/91 
9/29/81 


6 
C 


I 
1 




N 
N 


S 2 


3/2<./81 


D 


1 


p 


P 


H 2 


9/26/81 


A 


10 




N 


H 2 


6/02/91 


B 


8 







H 1 


8/20/81 


8 


1 


P 


N 


S 2 


11/09/91 


A 


6 




F 


S 2 


9/17/91 


C 


2 




U 018 


H 2 
H 2 


12/15/91 
12/16/91 


A 

A 


1". 
8 




N 
N 


S 2 


10/03/81 


A 


A 




L 


S 2 


9/02/81 


a 


1 




N F25 


S 2 


a/22/ai 


A 


3 




N 


S 2 


7/07/81 


a 


1 


p 


N 05A 






HOtlTHLY/ANfiUAL INuEX 

■i/ni/ai - 12/31/11 



P»CE Ml 
l/U/IJ 



MAN SfNTtNCEO IN SLAYING 

LETIVlNt "AGCIE 

EXEBCISE SPECIALIST n 5PFAK IN TOUMGLE 
FOJO, FITNESS MErS FOUNTAIN OF ynjTH 

LEVeflETTt CHUCK AND EDNA 

EARLY VOm forgotten »ITh FARM 

LEVI, EOhAPO H. 

STYSON kill address DI/KF'S GHAOHATIQ'j 

LEVI. MORT 

U.S. JUDGE BtJECTS "UTION TO DISMISS H0P9Y CHARGES 

JUDGE RFJFCTS MOTION TO SHIFT TRIAL OF HOBfcY 

H03EY CASE: Z CHARGES DROPPED 

FEDERAL TRIAL OF WILBUR HOBPY. MORT LEVI TO BEGIN ON MONDAY 

JURY SELECTIC'J BEGINS FPR TRIAL OF HOBBY 

JUDGE DISMISSES 1 CHARGE AGAINST HOBBY; JURY CHOSEN 

HOBBY'S LA.YER SAYS STATE OK'D PLANS 

.WITNESSES SAY LEvI TOLD TH£M TO FALSIFY FORMS 

.(ITNESSES TESTIFY LEVI ACTED HOSTILE 

STATE SAID OVFRChaSGED ON CETA UJRK 

PROSEfUTIO.M SAYS LEVI MAS PRIOR -lECORD 

hOBPY, LEVI TRIAL IS GOING TO JURY 

DELIBERATIONS IN HOBBY TRIAL TO RESUME TODAY 

V?Tn^,-lcve 9n^'"£Il '^03?'! LEVI: Z MEN FACE RPISON TERMS 

ATTORNEYS FOR HOBBY, LEVI PLAN APPEAL 

H06BY, LEVI RFCEIVE 18-MONTH SENTENCES 

LEVIF, MORRIS ISOMFRScT, N.J.I 
NUON'S DISHONGR 

LEVIN, BFTSY 

BETSY LEVIN NAMED DEAN AT COLTRAOO „ j 5/iJ/9l BIN ^ 

LEVINE, IRA 

ii"9 Jy^I aFFFNDANT PLEADS GUILTY „ , ^/,^,p, . ,, „ V 

0«UG SENTENCED SUSPENDED ^ ], l^/^^/yl\ J ' ^ JJ ) 

LEVISc, «0\ALD OR. 

t':^^J3Y LEVELS ARE DOWN IN HIGH ROCK LAKE'S FISH 

?!,'Ii.y^f "^ '^L SAYS KACIUH LEVELS IN UATER NO CAUSE FOR ALARM 

■*0 SPECIAL WARNINGS ARE PLANNED ON WATER SYSTEMS 

STATe HEALTH niREmk NAMED 

N.C. LACKS EXPERTS TO JUDGE DANGERS JF CHEMICAL SPILLS 
LEVINE, vtPENA 

PAINTER Takes iq Ou I L T S SANS RULES 

LEVINSOHN, HUMEP ICARRBOROI 
COSTUME TIME IS MERE 

LEWIS, ANTHONY 

COLUMNIST FOR -TIMES' TO GIVE TALK 
COLUMNIST TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

LEWIS, CHARLIE 

RIALTO HAD MQRE LIVE TALENT ACTS 

LEWIS, DAISY VIOLA 
09ITUARY 



Lewis, ELRCY REV. 

I-ISTaLLATIoN: Cha'.CE OF GUARD RARE EVENT AT FISHER MEMORIAL H .' 11/J9/81 A t P N APn ' 

LE'-IS, FRA»K 

CITY "AY COUNSEL WORKERS 

PRIVATE RESPONSIBILITY 

LEWIS, hIlTON 

VANCE SCHOOLS PREPARE EVIDENCE 
VANCE SCHOOLS MAY RECEIVE FUNDS WAIVER 
VANCE SCHOOL RENOVATIONS STUDIED 
REPAIR COSTS ARE »UT AT »17,500 

LEWIS, JAMES ThECDORF 

WOMAN KILLED, MAN WOUNDED IN SHOOTING 

LEWIS, JERRY 

LEwIS SPEAKS 

LEWIS, JIMMY RAY 

ARSON ChaRGFD in DURHAM FIRE 

LEWIS, LAURA PRINCE 
OBITUARY 

LEWIS, MARGARET w. OR. 

w-S STATE DIRECTOR GETS FLORIDA POST 

'•^"'^?n''.'9?'f'- '"'"J"- '^"■'' SCHOOLS COUNSELORI 

counseling fights truancy 

lewis, michael b. 

Thieves get jver sio.ooo 

LEWIS, REB'CCa 

fire damages Durham home 
lewis, sonya icarrforoi 

^"ESHIRE FILES FOO HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR 
CHESHIRE JOINS RACE 

St'-^fl'-'fc'^^';,'!?"^''^ ™* CARRBORO ALDERMAN 
MS. LEWIS -IThORAWS from CARRBORO RACE 

LICHEN, HARRY 

ODE TO The NUON LIBRARY 

LIEBERMAN, MELVYN 

VOTE WASN'T FOR LIBRARY 

••Il-ES, BESSIE HALL INORLINAI 
obituary: BESSIE LILES 

IILLEY, DAN 

GREAT SYMBOLISM 

REDISTRICTING PLANS WILL HOLD UP DESPITE LAWSUIT, LEGISLATORS SAY 
LILLY, RONNIE 

DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL CAN KEEP CHILDREN BUSY 
LILLY, w. V. 

SIX SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES ARE OUITTIMG 
LINCKS, STEVEN PARKER (GREENSBOROI 



1 

P n DATE C PG 


I T 
I Y 
L P BYL 


H ? U/21/ai A !<■ 


N 


S : 5/09/81 A 5 
S 2 5/29/81 a 1 


N 
P F 871 


H 2 10/11/81 E 14 


P F G79 


S 2 5/D4/81 C 1 


N 


S 2 0/12/91 A 2 
H 2 3/07/81 A 1 
H 2 9/03/11 B 1 
H 2 12/06/81 C 7 
H 2 12/08/81 A e 
S 2 12/08/81 A 1 
H 2 12/09/81 A 1 1 
H 2 12/11/81 A 17 
H 2 12/12/81 A 10 
H 2 12/16/81 B 5 
H 2 12/17/81 A 21 
H 2 12/19/91 A 15 
H 2 12/19/91 A 10 
H 2 12/20/81 A 1 
H 2 12/21/81 B 1 
H 2 12/30/81 A 1 


N 
P N G53 
N 
N 
N 

n 

N 

N G5 3 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
P N 

N 
P N G53 


H 2 10/09/81 A <, 


L 


H 2 5/22/91 B 1 


N 


H 2 6/16/91 A 1 1 
S 2 6/16/81 A 5 


N 
N 


H 2 7/31/Rl A 1 7 
H 2 3/14/81 A 10 
H 1 9/15/81 e 1 
H 2 10/21/91 A 9 
H 2 12/29/91 A 6 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


H 2 9/04/91 7 


P U G68 


S 2 10/29/91 3 


P F A15 


H 2 11/14/81 A 10 
S 2 U/17/91 A 9 


N 
N 


H 2 5/03/81 5 


L 


H 2 7/22/81 B 7 





H 2 11/28/81 A 6 


> N A20 


S 2 9/11/81 B 1 
H 2 9/21/81 A 4 


N K90 

E 


H 1 5/01/81 B 1 
H 1 5/29/91 8 1 
H 1 10/17/81 B 1 
H I 11/04/31 9 1 


N 993 
N 69 3 
N H60 
N 


H 2 8/09/81 C I 


N 


S 2 6/24/81 C 14 P 


P 


H 2 12/08/91 A 9 


N 


H 2 12/28/81 6 6 





H 2 12/20/91 A 4 


N 


S 2 9/12/91 A 3 P 


F 009 


S 2 5/09/81 A 3 


N 


H 2 9/15/91 8 1 


N 


H 2 9/17/81 B 3 
S 2 9/17/81 A 12 
M 2 9/19/81 A 10 
M 2 10/02/91 A 17 


N M23 

N 

N 

N M23 


H 2 9/13/81 D 4 


L 


1 2 9/23/81 A 5 


L 


H 2 5/04/81 B 8 





; 2 6/04/81 A 4 
^ Z 9/19/81 A I 3 


E 
N 


2 6/04/81 D 3^ 


N F57 


2 5/06/ai C 1 


N A54 



MONTHLY/. N^N^U^A^L 



INDEX 
12/31/81 



PAGE 112 
l/n/3J 



SANTA STATUE FALLS VICTIM TO HIT-BUN 

'■'""blcck'gpInts: consolioate and conquer 

LINCOLN.^M.jy^TugO^ HIGH LIVING 

LiTH NEW SLOG.. LIBRABT USAGE »ISE5 270 PC T . 
SUPPORT BEARS FRUIT 
aOAPO OKS PARKWOOO PLANS 

LINDGREN. »°°EBT pmFhiERE JORK FOR OANCE FESTIVAL 

Sp'tm CAROLINA COMPANY HELPEO DAnCE FESTIVAL 

awaro goes to linogren 
^"''^IIn'^V't? 'hIn killed in fire 



IN ORANGE 

s 



I rNnSAY. WILLIAM GILBERT (CHAPEL MlLLl 
'■' sIppJ Sf CA>:01[.ATCS FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE 
HIGHER TAXES «EY TO CHAPEL HILL ELECTION 

LINEBERGEk. JUEL PRESTON I LONG I5LAN0, N.Y.I 
"■'""I Sok? CHARGED IN COCAINE LAB RAID 

syntbftic cocaine lab saio seized by agentj 
'""""regIonal'board'S director resigns 

"-"^"'TiSEE'cEMS HIGHLIGHT ART EXHIBITS 

LINK. HILLIAH hESTFR {CARRBOROI 
OPITUARV 

^■""'gSE^SSL'".!.. ONE GIANT STEP 

LINTON. ^ERNEST^LEE^^ 5 CHABGFS STEMMING F^OM 1173 KILLINGS 

'"'"'"long-distance COSTS may RISE 
MONTHLY PHONE BILL INCREASES 

LIPSCOMB, ^D^LLA^ WITH RAPE. KIDNAPPING 

'"'^^''sijRVIVAL''TEACHER FACES wEAPOf.S ChsrGES 

LITTLE. ALPEPT i-ECkcENEURG CO.l 

MECKLENBURG FIkE TAKES ThPEE LIVES 

LITTLE, DAISY IMECKLENBURG Cg.l 

mecklenrupg fire TAKES Three lives 

'■'^ ""nIc. PHILANTHROPIST'S BURIAL WEDNESDAY 
'•'"'•luIcioE'NOTf sSlD^isITTEN BY MAN KILLED BY POLICEMAN 

LITTLE. JUOY (ALAMANCE CO.l „ ,^ 

ALAMANCE PROGRAM AIMED AT PREVENTING SEXUAL ABUSE 

'•"""THt''GHOST NEXT DOOR: OLD BELK'S BUILDING. . . GAVE POLTERGEIST A 

IITTLF. MAO CI 

SIImEuKE'S in the KITCHEN WITH MABEL LITTLE 

little. mahgarei 

third arrested in nov. u rape 

little, minnie lee „ „ 

police arrest man indicted in l<?80 
vice s3ua0 conducts second raid in week 

little, pete (mecklenburg co.l 

mecklenburg fire takes three lives 

"■ ""anyone^can do it; (GET hooked, that is. . .1 
little. william thomas 

POLICE Chase motorist in DURHAM 

LITTMAN, jOHN E. dr. (NEW EERNI 

MAJOR DRUG BUST INVOLVES DURHAM 

OFFICERS AROEST FIVE FOR DRUGS 

SUSPECTS' BONOS SET 

LIVERM.N. :',f,<^,i;r,ri'ikUH'iiU^ TO WORK WITH WRIGHT BROTHERS 

'•'"'"SSKriliS'slY^ mJj-or oil deposits likely in east AFPICA 

LARGE OIL DEPOSITS MAY EXIST IN EAST AFRICA 

LLEWELLYN, ELWOOD S. JR. 
OBITUARY 

'■'■ " REPORT TO CITE HEALTH THREAT FROM POLLUTION 

LLOTO. ALLEN 

TOWN SUED OVER APARTMENT 
PHONE SERVICS TO DURHAM BACKE1 

LLCYD, BfSSIE BRE.ER 
OBITUARY 

LLOYO, CHERYL , . „ „ 

*,-H CLUP MAKES fOOM FOR THt b-YEAR-OLD 

LLOYO, OAVIO JORDAN (CHAPEL HILLl 
YOuTh DI ES in wRECK 
CHAPEL HILL YOUTH KILLED 

LLOYO, FRED 

'FOUL wEaThER' LLOYD TOO "UCH IN CIVIC CLUB 



S I T 

N F ELY 

P D DATE C PC L P BYl 



H 2 12/17/81 C 16 
H 2 11/28/91 C 1 
H 2 10/17/81 A <, 



5 2 9/l'5/91 C 1 

H 2 9/20/81 C 1 

S 2 9/21/81 A 4 

S 2 lO/OS/81 C I 



F B91 

E 

N F30 



H 2 6/19/81 A 1 N L34 

S 2 6/19/91 D 1 P F 871 
H2 9/01/91 A 9 N 



H 2 <)/27/81 A I 1 



H 2 10/93/01 A 5 
S 2 ll/0<,/91 C 1 



N X 14 
N W36 



H 2 5/03/81 A 10 N 
H 2 6/03/81 A 16 N 



H 2 11/03/81 A 10 N 
H 2 7/03/81 D 12 P R G68 
H 2 9/19/81 C 10 
H 2 5/10/91 & 1 t 
H 2 11/11/81 A 10 N 



S ? 10/22/91 C 1 
S 2 11/27/81 C 1 



H 2 10/2<./91 C 12 

S 2 10/27/91 B 7 

S 2 12/22/81 C 6 

S 2 12/22/81 C 6 

H 2 7/l<./81 A 1 1 

H 2 9/08/81 6 9 

H 1 12/05/81 C 

H 2 10/31/91 B 

H 2 11/16/81 3 

H 2 11/13/91 A 



H 2 10/28/81 B 
S 2 10/28/91 C 



S 2 12/22/91 C 
H 2 11/06/81 
S 2 5/26/91 A 1 



H 2 7/10/91 A 
S 2 7/10/91 C 
H 2 7/11/91 A 1 



H 2 ll/0''/"l A 1 



H 2 12/08/81 A 

S 2 12/09/81 C 



H 2 12/26/81 8 
H 2 11/06/91 C 



H 2 9/09/81 A 
H 2 U/lO/fll B 



H 2 11/23/81 6 8 



N S83 
N S83 



N 

N L30 

n G H60 

U 536 



N 

P F W66 

N 

N 851 
N 

N 



N H68 
N W36 



S 2 12/15/91 A 6 P F J06 



S 2 7/15/91 A 
H 2 7/16/81 



1 
I 



H 2 5/21/91 D 1 P N S91 



MQNTHl.y/»NNU»L INDEX 

S/Ol/al - 12/31/Bl 



LLOYD SPL*iH£S TO CIVIC nlH 

aOYO LEADING Sue-PAR CRE;* I>( OUALIFVING 

FREEHAN TOPS LinrO TO WIN CROASOAILE MATCH PLAY TITLE 

LLOYO, LILLIAN W. 
OaiTuAkY 

LLCYOt OLA L. ICHAPEL HILLI 
3PITUARY 

LL^'YI, JUBY OAKLEY 
JBITUARY 

LLOrn, STEVE 

TAR HEEL ACTOR IN A GRID ':TAGf 

LGCuXAaT. JOHN GASTO'l ICHaPEL HiLLI 
Oei luARY 

LQCKLEAR. HORACE 

KEY LEGISLATORS SAY HOPPS DIM EOK SCHOOL POND VOTE 

LOCKLEAR, R. 0. IL0H1ERT0NI 

JURY INDICTS fORMER STATE OFFICIAL ON PFRJURY CHARGES 
FORHER OFFICIAL PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO PERJURY 

LOFe. BEN F. 

COURT'S LAXITY 3AFFL1NG 

LOfSSER, FPANK 

JORDAN SHOW A HIT 

LOEWENThal. SQNNA 

CHAPEL HILL GOVERHMFnT POST FILLED 

LOFLINt Thomas F. Ill 

•jury' still out on state's new sentencing act 

lofton, luther c. 
obituary 

logner. rorebt leuis ilewisvillei 
gang member said suspect 

loizeaux, jack 

'AND The walls come TUHPLING DOWN* 

LOHAN, PAUL R. 

ANIMAL TRUELTY NETS MAN FINE 

JUDGE FINES MAN tlDO FOR CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 

LQHASf DAVID 

PANEL NIXES ANNEXATION DELAY ?10 

LOM8ARDI1 VINCE 

LOMEAPOI TDPS ALL-TIME COACHING POLL 

LONDON. EDITH 

CLASS GIVES ART WORKS 

LONG, ALBERT 

ROCK "USIC: EVANGELIST SEES SArANIC UNOFRTONbS 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
TIMOTHY LEARy and THE BIBLE 

LONG, DONNA 

GARWOOD'S hEDIING SAID OFF 

LONG, HALLIE NAOMI WILLIAMS ( HI LLSBOROUGH I 
MAN CHARGED I"; 1EATH 
OBITUARY 

LONG, IRA 

OBITUARY 

LONG, JAMF JENKINS IC0LUM8IA, S.C.I 
OBITUARY 

LONG, MARGARET BARNES 
OBITUARY 

LONG, RICH 

HIS SHIPS TAKE HIM ANYWHERE 

LONG, SHIRLEY 0. (FLAT ROCKl 

REWARD PAID IN ARSON CASE 

LONGSTREET. ENOCH ICHAPEL HiLLI 

SALES TAXES HIT POOR THE HARDEST 

LONTZ, KEVIN 

Three HURT IN CRASH 

LOPEZ. RICKY 

LUCKY TO BE ALIVE 

LOPEZ. TONY 

AUTO REPAIR: niRTY HANDS SPARK STUDY 

LOPEZ PORTILLO, CARMEN 

BUENOS niAS, SENOoa; bienvenioa: 

MRS. LOPtZ PORTILLO TOURS INSTITUTE 

LOPEZ PORTILLO, JOSE 

FRIENDLY RELATIONS 

LGRaS, STEPhaNE 

FRENCH VISITOR LAUDS U.S. 

LORBACHER, PRESSLEY LEWIS "BUSTER" 
OBITUARY 

LORENZO, SUZAN'lE 

SHE'S GOING TO LEARN HOW TO MAKE BISCUITS 

LQTwIN, RICHARD OR. 

SURGICAL METHOD SAVES PAIN AND COST 
SHOES HAZARDOUS TO HEALTH? 

LOUGEE, GEORGE SR. 

PAPA GECRGE. . .AN UNFORGETTABLE MAN 

LOUNGE. J. MICHAEL 

CONFERENCE ON 'PROFIT THROUGH INNOVATION' 



PAGE 133 
1/11/82 



N F 

p n 



S I T 
£ L Y 

C PC L P BYL 



S 2 5/Z1/81 C 3 P N R91 
H 2 S/ZI/Bl B 2 N S'Sl 
H 2 a/16/81 B 10 N PD7 



H 2 l2/2<)/91 B 9 

H ? 12/l6/ai C 6 

H 2 7/23/81 A 1<. 

H 2 lO/in/ni B 2 P F M71 

H 2 10/01/11 C 17 

H 2 5/31/91 A 4 N 



H 2 11/05/81 A 13 
H 2 11/18/91 A f> 



N 



S 2 7/07/91 A ", E 

S 2 11/19/91 7 R N25 

H 2 5/29/91 A ID N 

H 2 12/16/91 B 1 N B5I 

H 2 7/26/81 B 2 

H 2 12/09/91 A 10 N 

H 2 11/22/91 D 1 P F 



H 2 10/02/81 A 10 
S 2 10/02/91 B <• 



H 2 lD/13/91 A 1 
S 2 3/31/81 2 
H 2 9/07/91 12 



N 
N 

N S51 

U ni8 

U G68 



H 2 9/12/81 A 8 F A2D 
H 2 9/30/81 B 1 D U 
H 2 11/12/81 A A L 



H 2 7/15/91 B 16 N 

H 2 10/0. /91 All N 

H 2 10/07/81 C 5 

H 2 10/25/Rl C 2 

H 2 12/19/81 C 4 

H 2 a/22/81 A 10 

H 2 9/12/91 ASF 

H 2 8/05/91 All N 

H 2 9/D<./91 A A L 

S 2 8/20/81 A 7 N 

S 2 12/26/91 A 4 E 

H 2 9/09/81 13 P F 



H 2 5/22/81 B 1 N 
H 2 5/23/91 A 10 P N 



H 2 6/11/91 A 4 E 

S 2 7/24/91 C 1 P F H04 

H 2 U/J6/91 A 10 

H 2 11/15/81 E 2 P F H45 



S 2 6/26/81 B 1 P F J66 
S 2 6/26/81 B 1 F J66 



H 2 6/21/91 A 1 P U L57 

/ 
H 2 9/06/81 D 10 N 



LOVE, JERRY 



HUhIHLY/«flNU«L 



I N E < i V 



S'ri'-t!^.'5!cri'^"^^i»?l^^n°-AricCUSE0 IN SHOTTING ^ ^^ ^ 

HiNGu" tellS cgij«t Shotgun blist woumoeo hi«i, 2 others 

OFFENPAM IK SMGOTING TFSTIFIES 
LGv"^ SiVS SHOHTINC U45 «CCIDE>iT»L 
juay GETS jusha- shooting case , , ,, 
DELlaERATlDNS GGNTINuE IN ASSAULT CASE 
L"VC GUUTY an 1 COUNT IN SHO^TI^G 
LPv= CGNVlCTEC OF ASSAULT CHAOGE 

iSSEE'!l5Er^oSf'L?^FS:fiSF?'fS?%FSTITUT,ON FOR PRGB.T.ON 

LOVE GETS 5 V^ARS' PROBATION 

JUDGE ORDERS LOVE TO RAY "ILLS FOR WAN HE BOUNDED 

LOVETT, OAISIE HAE 

iO-lAN HITS "FFlCtP KITH RAOIU 

'■°'"=^CIvIc''CLU=S UPGEJ TO CONFRONT SERIOUS PROBLEMS 
L3V-TT: CITY NEEDS STRONG LEAOERSHIP 
AN UP'^EAT kESSaGE 
BOIH VIEkS -lEEOFO 
LOVfTT: UPSTART 0» UPCO-ING? 

to/FIT SAYs"jUTLOn" I1PR0VED FOR lURHAM'S BLACK RESIDENTS 
LOVEIT SAYS tCC'lOHIC OUTLOOK FOR DURHAM BLACKS IMPROVED 
CHAMBER UNIT BACKS TRIANGLE DISTRICT 

LOHOERt BAPBAkA 

3. LOWOER: WeAR WHAT FEELS GOOD 

LOWE. PEGGY IBRANOON. MSI 

■i.e. "AN WANTED ON MURDER CHARGE ARRESTED IN TE»AS 
OFFICERS ARE LEO TO oOOV 
N.C. "AN ADMITS TO SLAYINGS 
PRUcTT PLEADS NOT GUILTY 

LCwE, SIDNEY 
DEALING 



•ITH A CASE OF -ISTAKEN lOENTITY 



LOwENBACHj^HANS^OR.^^^^ TO BE HONORED 

7 PHYSICIANS. FOR-'ER SOLON TO BE HONJREO 

LOwcRY* JOHfj ^ „ 

N.C. JAYCEES SURVIVE ROUGH YEAR 

'^••^'^SB^c't^iLTH^fALK PLANNED WEDNESDAY 

PUBLIC VIEwS SAID NEEDED IN ASSESSING HEALTH RISKS 

LOWKYt NORMAN 

LIGHTER EXPLOr.ES. BURNS ELOERLY MAN 
LOWRY DIES FROM BURNS 

MAN. 79* Burned by lighter dies 

LDWRY. PAUL (RED SPRINGS! 

JURY AWARDS PRISONER iSS.OOC 

LUCAS. CANDY 

FIELD GAY FDR CANOY AND CRYSTAL 

SHAFFER, LUCAS LEAD EAST STARS TO PAIR OF WINS 

SPOTLIGHT THE PLACE FOR STAR DUO 

SHAFFER. LUCAS PUT ON A SHOW 

LUCAS LIFTS LACY -PACK 

1981: A GOOD YEAR FOR TAR HEELS 

LUCAS. JOHN H. SR. (FOUCATORI 

COMMITMENT: IT OPENS DOORS 
LUCAS IS Chairman FOR SCHOOLS 

LuCAS. JOHN JR. (iJASKETBALL PLAYER! 

SAINTS. ROGERS NEAR DEAL; JOHN LUCAS SHOPPING AROUND NBA 

LUCAS CHARGED WITH OU I 

HAPPIER LUCAS A HIT WITH BULLETS 



COMMITTEE STRIPPED 
: MRS. MiuDE LUCAS 



LUCAS. JULIA 
TENANTS' 

LUCAS. MAUDE 
OBITUARY 

^ HOME security: THERE'S A LOT YOU CAN DO YOURSELF 

LUCERO. MARIO ALBERTO 

MENTAL GEAR-SMlFTING 

LUDDINGTON. TOWNSENO 

APPLcWHiTE. PRICE. LUDOINGTON WIN AWARDS 
DESERVED ACCOLADES 

LUO-ICK. ROBERT 

TESTIMONY CO:iTINuES IN LITTLE RIVER TOIAL 

LUftsKE. PAUL 

GROUP SAYS IjfRFASE WILL HIT HOMEOWNERS 

UNIFORM .ATER. StwER RATES SOUGHT 

PUBLIC CAN OPPOSE FATE HIKE 

SDCIOLOGISTS: PLAN COULO DOUBLE BLACKS IN HOUSE 

BUS RIOERS UNAWARE OF CUTS 

LUGINBUHL. JAMES OR. 

POLL REVEALS SENTIMENT OVER LITTLE RIVER 

■,6 PERCENT FEEL CEFENOANTS GUILTY 

JUDGE REJECTS MOTION TO SHIFT TRIAL OF HOBBY 

THE SNOOPERS: PRIVACY SEEMS TO HAVE GONE OUT OF FASHION 

CONSULTANTS HELP SELECT N.C. JURIES 

LITTLE RIVER TRIAL TO BE IN DURHAM 

LUMPKIN. MARY rLOUISEUPGI 

FRANKLIN OFFICERS URGE CAUTION FOLLOWING BREAK-INS. ASSAULTS 
FRANKLIN MAN IS CHARGED IN TWO BREAK-INS. ASSAULT 
FILES MORE CHARGES 

LUNSFORO. JOAN 

FOLKS ABOUND HERE : 

LUNSFORD. PRESTON lOXFOROI 

MAN SHOT TO OFA'H IN OXFORD 

LUQUIRE, EUGENE A. 

LUJUIRE LEAVES INSPECTIONS 

LUTE. OANN ROCKNE 



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Luli. !>Ofi.Y 

LUr? UBVI.v: TIME OFf COURSE 
Lurz, JAVID 

CnuNFOY iTY CITy-SLICK£3S J«C«ETS' FUES 
LunNS.l. r.FG " ' ''"''^'' ^ . P F S91 

5^u;;!."5"'} ''"■ ""FSSl'lG ONwaRD 

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LYMAN, EDGAR PAOGETT (LINCOLN CO. J 
MAN JAILED FOLLOkING SMOQTOur 

LYNCH, EraIN MnNROF 
O'.iruARY 

LYNCH, MAKK " ' "''''"' = ' ° 

<;^; = I?*/'^'-|rf '■■""5 aeeouNO in april 

IJill I !" CHLLErilONS RISE N HAY " J 5/22/81 A B N 

Hjli'l T" «f«|NUES UP DURING FISCAL YEAR " I 7/17/81 A 9 N 

2TrA^"lv'f^.°5I^"' REVERSES TAX STAND " I 7/29/81 a 4 N 

STATE'S TAX CILLECTIQNS UP 5.<. PCT. 5 2 11/25/81 C 8 N 

S.C. TAX FIGURES CONTAIN • 01 SA PPQ 1 NT I NG • SIGNS " ? IS/I''^^! 5 3" 

LYNCH, SANORA (GOEFNStORT) 

^RtENSBCO J0M4N SUES CHURCH FOR -mental ANGUISH- 

'-"'"•"SorJ'-'-'"' '"'ILL" E4RLE , 

OPITUARY ) 



LYf.N, CY 



.'f^'rutT '"'"''' "'''"™' ''"" '° " '"' =^ ^ ^°^^^ " ^ 5/27/81 A ,0 N ^ 

I'.SUSANCE LAJ hILL HELP JOBLESS 



H 2 12/23/81 a 7 N 

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LYC-i, MINNIE C. 

US5I:N»Ry: n^kS uaS NEVER A LIFE qe EASE 
LYT,, OTha 

JpITjARY 
LYCN, RICKY " ^ 12/ia/ai C 1<, 

POLICF Chases e-ju in 2 arrests 

POLICE CHARCi 2 MEN H 2 6/23/81 A 3 N 

N 



S 2 6/2'./81 C 7 



LYONS, CLAUDE THOMAS 
MAN SHOT IN HnMF 

LYONS. DAOF A. ICARRPQRQ, ^ ^ i/lW^\ A 6 N 

OBITUARY: OAOf A. LYONS 
LYONS, DENNIS PAUL " ^ 5/02/81 a 8 

GRANVILLE HAN, 25. KILLED IN CAR WRECK 
LYONS, URAL " ^ 7/20/81 B 8 

O'^ITUARY 
LYONS. ,. H. "BILLY" ' " ^ 8/29/81 C 2 

LYONS APPOINTED 

'-'"•^j, :f^V" *fv. , HICKORY, " ' '"°'-'" ' '' ° 

BLACK GROUPS STEPPING UP POLITICAL EFFORT 
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS (GENERAL I " ^ 12/1<./81 A U N 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 
MACCORMACK. J. NE«TCN DR. " ^ 10/15/81 B 1 U 

COUNTY HEALTH OFFICIALS KEEP CLOSE WATCH FOR FLU OUTBREAK ; , H/2./8. A , N .,„ 

MACOONALC, JEFFREf R. OR. U/2',/81 A 1 N F30 

?*f25''*'-° "^"^E GOING TO HIGH COURT 

COURT ASKED TO REINSTATE ilACOONALi CONVICTION " ^ 12/07/81 A 12 P N 

"ACE. BORDEN " ^ 12/08/81 A 12 N 

lirt^lP^i'^'^^''^ SCHOOL BUDGET 

iIa*?:; Ic^hK ^A^s^iTAis?ifJ5T'§,RicHa;r °'""°«5 ii vavah \ xsgi 

-ACGILLIVRAY, LOIS A. " ^ 8/18/81 B 1 N 

RTI EXEC TO HEAD COLLEGE 

STl EXECUTIVE TO HEAD COLLEGE H 2 11/28/81 C 1 P N 

MAChAOO, LUIS AL-ERTO ^ ^ 11/28/81 4 17 N 

prqmotrjg intelligence 

MAChEmER, ROBERT JR. " ^ 5/21/81 A 4 E 

MAChEMER gets GERMAN EYF PaUP 

MACHEMER HONORED "'*'" H 2 10/01/81 A 13 P N 

MACINNES. OavIO 10/01/81 A 21 N 

PLASTIC BATTERY MAY BE PUT ON MARKET 
MACK, CHARLES MAURICE " ^ 8/07/81 A 6 K 

POLICE NA3 MAfy [fy RnSBERY 

HAN CHARGED IN iSeA;??^r S 2 9/1, /Rl B 1 N 

"ACK, CHARLIE NEKOOA " ^ 9/12/81 8 U N 

OBITUARY 

HACK, JANICE " ^ 7/13/81 A 9 

SPECIAL PROGRAM HELPS HE AR INO- I MP A I RED CHILDREN COH-UNICATE S , „„,,„ 

"'"•0B?lKgY°"'^ IHULSBOROUGH, ' ' ''"^" = 1 P F J66 

HACK, ROY MILLIE " ^ 12/13/81 C <■ 
TEEN-AGER CHARGED BY DURHAM POLICE 

"ACKEY, ROBERT 5 2 5/23/81 4 10 N 

Si?l:JE\'8^'f:iE°;S^^"^^ "" ^^""^ -^^ "each DESTINUTIONS s 2 7/20/81 A 1 n K9 

HACKORELL, JAHFS ^ ' 7/21/81 A 1 •' N K90 

SCOUT TROOP ENDS DRIVE FOR RECYCLING PROJECT 

haCkOVIC, JOHN " 2 5/22/81 C 6 N 



^J»i,..Ml«l.... 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 3 

12/31/81 



N « f e s 



l>«GE 136 



DEACONS' 'SPinn" CONES UP SMiORT 

SilcicoSStY WORKER FINED FOR PIE-TOSSING 
THE PIE THuC 

"'"'rElSctInt'rOOKIE GETS SHOT ON DAY THAT TG3ACC0-5 KING 

""°OJScF's'"aLK n CHALLENGE COMMON VIEWS OF OLD AGE 

5 iSl^i.°iS^^5^Ap;;^lr^^;iJ^ ^C«;.ONICALLY ILL 
B0-,r04H <;TRFSSES SELF-hELP POft VICTIMS 
?Ta2 HEELS TO ATTEND WHITE HOUSE CO-lCL AVE 
PRfPARAllONS NEEDED FOR INCREASE IN AGED 
THE ELDERLY ARE FACED WITH HOUSING PROBLEMS 

oukE'S eio FOR gkant endorsed 

■'""'" Ji.;;gS!^ii! KEEPS CLASS ACTIVE 

•""'"ja^foS'^St^'s SSSP.TAL STAFF 

WAhONEf JOHN PHILIP 
"^" lipLOTEE RESTORED TO DUTY 

MAIN. R. A. (CAMP LEJEUNEl 

-ARINE SGT. KILLED IN EXERCISE 

MAlOLO. JOHN R. OR- 

thueat seen to 

"'■"^'ROai'"»AT£S >T CnuNTY HOSPITAL GOING UP 
HOSPITAL RATES TO INCREASE 

HALEFYT. CALVIN S. OEwAAL OR. 

hll^'^l ^^:?rilN0iSSrSfT?REMENT complex 

MALFITONO. CAThRYN DAWN COULTON 
OBITUARY 

""■'"oURHAm'maN sentenced to 6 YEARS IN CUTTING 



•C. SCALLOP INuUSTRY 



MALLARD. JOHN , , ,„ 

MORTGAGE RATE TRENDS SAID 



MALLARD, SHIRLEY 

SUMMER JOB SEEKERS MAY 



,RD TO PREDICT 
lAVE TO LOOK HARD 



"""°''g|FIEd''te»aS SIHLINCS ENROLL IN DUKE SUMMER PROGRAMS 

"ALONE. PROQKS , .^„ 

GRAND COUNCIL PICKS A WINNER 

""•""'S'mEN ACCUSE°oJrhJM OFFICERS OF MISTREATMENT 
WARRANTS AGAINST PSOS REFUSED AGAIN 
IaRRANTS for OFFICERS' ARRESTS NOT ISSUED 
UNEQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE 
WARRANTS OBTAINED AGAINST Z OFFICERS 
ARRESTS OF Two PSOS UPSET FELLOW OFFICERS 
MALONE CHARGED WITH DUI 
MALGNE HEARING SEPT. 30 
IRRESPONSiaLE JOURNALISM 
STORY WASN'T IRRESPONSIBLE 
JUDGE CONTINufS CASE 
MAlCNE case POSTPONED , ,, 
OFFICERS TESTIFY IN MALONE CASE 
LA-YER CONVICTED OF DRIVING CHARGE 
JUDGE FINES MALONE ilOO 

act against drunken drivers 

malone. john e. izebuloni 

no contest plea entered 

"""""gifteo'texa': si'lings enroll in duke summer programs 

malone. moses 

moses: exception to the rule 

""•'^"gIFTEo'teJaS siblings enroll IN DUKE SUMMER PROGRAMS 
""" IHOUStSy SELECTS LEE COUNTY SIT? 
""""ELMs'TliKES^LICKING FROM OEMO PARTY CHIEF 
""^"iRirFACE'^DRUG CHARGES FOLLOWING PSO CRACKDOWN 

MANESS. YVONNE ICHAPEL HiLLI „ ,,„., 

NEWSPAPER PUBLICITY AIDS KIDNEY FOUNDATION 

MANGUM. ALLc IDENTIFIES MAN ACCUSED IN SHOOTING 

MANGUM TELLS COURT SHOTGUN BLAST WOUNDED HIM, Z OTHERS 

DEFENDANT IN SHOOTING TESTIFIES 

LOVE SAYS SHOOTING WAS ACCIDENTAL 

JURY GETS DURHAM SHOOTING CASE 

DELIBERATIONS CONTINUE IN ASSAULT CASE 

LOVE GUILTY ON 1 COUNT IN SHOOTING 

LOVE CONVICTED OF ASSAULT CHARGE 

!iSS!E'EI5El"eoSrLf?R51H5Erp2;°RESTITuTnN for PROBATION 

LOVE GETS 5 YEARS' PROBATION 

JUDGE ORDERS LOVE TO PAY BILLS FOR man HE WOUNDED 

MANGUH, ANNIE 

2 CHARGED FOR TRUANCY 

MANGUM. DENA 
OBITUARY 

MANGUH. ERNEST H, 
OBITUARY 

"ANGUM, FLOYD JaCKLIN MRS. 



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"""-"".IngSS.s -orlo S£En in photography show ,„,^^ 5 I 8/^n/81 I P F n7, 

PHOTOS. »»TFR LOLQRS FeATUREO IN ART EXHIBITS " ^ ■)/25/8l U 5 u 1,00 

"""'"?AK.if?rlTpS -,,», MAM^HFS " ? 6/3(1/91 B 1 N B51 

CONFISCATED uUN VANISHES c , h/"*n/fll C (» N 

GUN STILL SOUGHT J ^ 5/76/8 B 1 N 951 

SHE»lfF-S DFPT. TO PAY FOR GUN " f S/fk/ol A in N 

ALLEN SAYS rEPAOIMENT TO PAY WAN FOR LOST GUN 5 2 8/26/Sl A 10 N 

"'ANGUM, JfcNNiS MAYNARO ^. , «/ll/fll 4 IPO 

^is"i^ sf sJngS;;!";^^ iL°.Vs°oio what he thought was right. h i vaiu^ o . e 

'""^"oBITiARY* -'"'"'^ H 2 10/30/ni C 12 

MANCUH, MICHAEL OEAN , , ^ , a/?t/fll r t N 

POLICE CHARGt 2 IN BR6AK-IN AT NIGHTSPOT 5 2 8/2<./81 C I N 

MANGUM. NIHES u ? fl/7n/Bl A 8 P P S76 

TWO-CAR ACCIDENT IN DOWNTOWN DURHAM H 2 8/20/8 A 8 P P S (6 

THREE HURT IN CRASH ^ ' a/2n/81 A N 

MANlEY. JOHN PATRICK , i,/5n/81 A 16 

MONSIGNOh MANLEY DIES IN ASHEVILLE " ^ 11/20/81 A 16 u 

""""aSSilNG'sAFETY TOP CONCERN OF AREA REFEREES H 2 9/20/81 B 2 P F G19 

'""••c8'p??S'-tRlU i?5k'J5r^IGH INJUXES DOCTOR " 2 '/03/81 B 10 N 

-AN,-,. GLENN^E.^'-Ttn.'^^^ BUILOING GETS FIRST WORKOUT TOMORROW S 2 {0/02/81 A J J N F25 

NEW LOOKS DOT AREA FOOTBALL " ^ 10/03/81 B 2 P P 

H 2 5/09/ai A 3 N 

"'""'democrats form unit to counter influence OF CONGRESSIONAL CLUB H 2 12/18/81 A 9 N 

MANN* rcGGY u 5 7y37/fti a i p w m*^ 

U/ol\il'\Hl\irn^'^,X"!i:n^ PLANNED TOMORROW IN DUKE CHAPEL S P SC9 

MANN LEAVES LASTING MARK 5 2 '/28/8} * 7 I 

PEGGY MANN: SHE WAS A PERSONALITY OF PARE QUALITY H 2 TnO/Bl A * E 

MANN'S DEOICATION LIVES ON THROUGH ACS RECIPE BOOK | 2 12/04/81 B ^ f J°| 



COOKBOOK Chronicles popular Tarheel tastes 

SMITH WINS MANN AWARD 



MANN. PHiL 



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MAIMED VICTIM IDENTIFIES MAN ACCUSED IN SHOOTING H 2 ll/J^'/Bl B 1 ^ ^^^ 

MANCUM TELLS COURT SHOTGUN BLAST WOUNDED HIM, 2 OTHERS S 2 }J/iJ/B| A 5 N 

DEFENDANT IN SHOOTING TESTIFIES " f ,',M,S/Ji . li N 

LOVE SAYS SHOOTING WAS ACCIDENTAL 5 2 11/18/81 A 16 N 

JURY GETS OUKMAM SHOOTING CASE H 2 1/9/" 8 N B51 

DELIBERATIONS CONTINUE IN ASSAULT CASE | 2 11/1^/81 LIN 

LCVE CONVICTED OF ASSAULT CHARGE 5 2 1/20/8 A 5 N 

LOVE GETS b YEARS' PROBATION H 2 12/05/81 CI N 851 

''''''''•31 BLUE DEVILS STAGE REUNION S 2 11/20/81 2 D F 

'sen. VICKERY SmRuLO RESIGN " ? 10/22/81 A <. L 

•^ANN, WILLIAM (RAlEIGhI o/in/qi r 1 M ^m 

REGENCY CORNERS TO OtT RALEIGH DEVELOPER S 2 9/10/81 C I N i03 

LUNAR ECLIPSE DUE TOMORROW , f 2 ,^/15/81 CI Jj f^" 

CHRISTMAS DATE OBSCURED ilY HISTORY, SCIENTISTS SAY S 2 12/2'i/81 B 5 N 

MANSFIELD, WAVA IBROADWAYI u , ,,/,i/«i o 1 N 

BROADWAY MAN IS HONORED " ' 12/11/81 B 1 N 

HANSON, CHARLES , , ,,,,,„, . , c 

LEAVE MANSON BEHIND BARS S 2 6/16/81 A <> E 

MARBREY. ALICIA ANNE , , „,„-,,= , . , o u ,.<T 

CAR-TRAIN CRASH KILLS 2 DURHAM STUDENTS S 2 9/02/81 A 1 P N U57 

2 TEENS KILLED WHEN CAR HITS TRAIN H 2 9/03/8 A 1 P N 

OBITUARY H 2 9/03/81 A 16 

GROUP SEEKS TO HELP FAMILIES OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE VICTIMS H 2 5/03/81 A 15 F 

"""■'CAROUNA DEFENSE IN CHARGE H 2 ID/l'./Bl D 2 P F S9l 

(^jAQf-Tcniu o c T T Y 14 

GET NIXON AGREEMENT IN WRITING H 2 9/11/81 A 4 L 

SCHOOL BUS DRIVER SHOWED POOR JUDGMENT H 2 11/11/81 A «. L 

THIS auS DRIVER WAS NO TEEN-AGER H 2 U/20/81 A 4 L 

MARGOLIN, JAMES R. , „, „,„, 

MAN ASSAULTED, ROBBED AT SOUTH SSUARE MALL H 2 9/19/81 A 3 N 

MARIN. JACK 

55-MPH SPEED LIMIT SYMBOLIC NONSENSE H 2 7/16/81 A 4 L 

HAftk* PPTFR PR 

INFANT-FORMULA VOTE SHAMEFUL H 2 6/10/81 A 5 L 

MARKMAM, ALICE HUX BOOTH , .,„.,.,,,, r, 

obituary: MRS. ALICE MARKHAM H 2 5/08/81 C 12 

H 2 12/31/81 B I N 551 

MARKHAM, CHARLES 

LAST-DAY FILINGS ASSURE MORE COUNCIL PRIMARIES S 2 9/04/81 A 1 P N K90 

FILING ENDS; 21 VIE FOR CITY OFFICES H 2 9/05/81 C 1 P N W36 

CANDIDATES WEEDING SELVES OUT H 2 9/28/81 A 1 N S5l 

TO" CAMPBELL LEADS IN GIFTS " 2 9/3D/H1 B 1 N S51 

JENKINS' TREASURER MISSES FILING DEADLINE S 2 9/30/81 C 1 N <90 

CANDIDATES: SERVICES EXTENSION BOON TO CITY S 2 10/01/81 C 1 N K90 

CITY Candidates oppose regulating conversions 5 2 10/02/81 c i n k90 

CANDIDATES: CHANGES NEEDED IN CITY'S TAX BASE S 2 10/03/81 A '3 N K90 

CANOIDATES IN TUESDAY'S PRIMARY GIVE VIEwS ON ISSUES M 2 10/04/81 A 1 P N 

ELECT MARKHAM MAYOR H 2 10/05/Pl A SPA 

MAYOR SECOND IN VOTE COUNT H 2 10/07/81 A 1 N $51 



HONTHLV/A 



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u/31/ni 



NAMES 



•AGE 138 
1/11/82 



CLOUD 

MAf^KHA 

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MARKHA 

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MARKrt 

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mayOR- 

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TOWN 

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CITY L 

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PR IVAT 

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JUR 

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MARKHA 

ALL I AN 

HUNT M 

CITY C 

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MAYOR 
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FOR MARi 
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lAY Be MA 
QUNCIL U 
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DGER 'LE 
VOTE T 
FINDING 
PREDICTS 
UESTIONS 
RECInCT 
01 SCUS5E 



HE? 3 
"CHAR 



nuTNUMOER POLL 
R IMAKY WIN Shows 

SACKED MARKHAM 
OVER DOWNTOWN 
ME? 

OR DOESN'T 
AVIN SAYS: 
A MAYOR IS THE 
DATES - l: THE 
RKMAM VARY ON AN 

MOVING. . • 
S START MANEUVER 
AYS: "CHARLIE MA 
RKHAM CLASH AT F 
MOVING SIDEWAYS. 
HAM THIS TUESDAY 
OUNCE ENDORSEMEN 

CANDIDATES FACE 
OFFERING FRESH S 
S RODENHIZER 
SULTS 

ICIALS SEEK HARM 
ITUENS WERE UNH 
AVOP NOW IN THE 

CENTER EXPECTED 
, WITH 65.1 PER 
UP DURHAM CITY E 
Y^ HIS HONOR HAS 
UE ENDS HERE (CA 
K5. . .AND AN IN 

ERE: Bullish on 

PSO PROGRAM 
LL BE IN OFFICE 
NTS TOWN HALL ME 
ERS COMMITTEES 
INGS 

eE BOOST TO DOWN 
TO MEETING 
CAL OF DOWNTOWNS 
R VACANT CITY LA 
HEnT UkCEP FOR " 
TION TO FEDERAL 
L5 LEARN WHILE 
E CONVENTION FOR 
BAD NEWS ON C ITI 
e iiLOSSOMING AT 
YOR PRO TEM OF N 
NITS NAMED: HUNT 
VES FAST 
MAKES AN AUSPICr 
CIANCE. . •" (CA 
END NIGHT BUS 
TRANSPORTAT ION 
IMPROVING YEAR 
■NFw DIRECTION- 
CHAIRMAN RAPS MA 
5 aUS VOTE 



WATCHERS ON "SLOW DAY 

WIDESPREAD SUPPORT 

IN PRIMARY RACE 
DEVELOPMENT 

NLY VOF KNOWS FOR SURE 
LES MARKHAM OFFERS. - ." 
elLITY TO BRING PEOPLE TOGETHER 
AYOR'S RACE 
NEXATION ISSUE 



RKHAM CAN LEAD DURHAM 
ORJM 

NOT 
-FOR 
TS 

THE 
GLUT 



FORWARD 
. . . TRULY REPRESENTATIVE LEADERSHIP" 

ISSUES 
lO-JS TO OLD PROBLEMS 



ONIOUS START 

APPY 

CITY'S LEADERSHIP 

TO CONTINUE 
CENT. . . ICARTOONl 
LECTIONS 

'T 
RTOONl 
VITATION 
BULLS? 

THIS WEEK 
ETINGS 



TOWN LIVING EFFORT 

PLAN 
NO POSSIBLE 
OWNTOWN 

PLAN SPARKS DOWNTOWN CONCERN 
HOBNOBBING" 

DURHAM REPRESENTATIVES 
ES 
CITY HALL 

Ew Durham city COUNCIL 
CHOSEN 

OUS BEGINNING 

RTOONl 

SERVICE DRAWS FIRE 

IS TOP PRIORITY 

YOR'S VOTE 



MARKHAM. DEWEY 'Pir.MFAT' 

WHO IS "PIGMfcAT" MARKHAM? 

STROKE CLAIMS DURHAM'S OEUEY 'PIuMtAT' "ARKHAM 

MARKHAM, JACK JR. 

DEMOS CHOOSE ALL-wrtlTE SLATE 
ELECTION BOARD REPLACEMENTS NAMED 

MARKHAM, M3LLIE LAWRENCE lAPEXl 
obituary: MOLLIE MARKHAM 

HARKMAN, LOUISA JANE 

obituary: LOUISA MARKMAN 

MARK^a MfCHAfL 

JUDGE ISSUES RESTRAINING 3RDERS AGAINST 2 COMPANIES 

MARKS, WALTER L. DR. 

THE MACHIAvElLI InuCH 

"ARLfTTE, DJUG 

APPFARINC daily: KuOZU 
•KUD2U' SPRCJTS IN SUN 

MARNEY, CAPLYLE »EV. 

RESEARCHER MOPES TAPE IS RETURNED 

STOLEN TAPE CONTAINS INTERVIEW WITH MINISTER 

MARSH, GAIL DR. 

DUKE RESEARCHERS STUDY HOW PEOPLE GROW OLD 

MARSH, WILLIAM A. 

STATE SEEKS COURT ORDER TO CLOSE SAUCE PLANT 

MARSH NAMED TO STATE BOARD 

MARSH APPOINTED TO STATE ELECTIONS BOARD 

MARSHALL, DENNIS SHERALD I S .C . I 

MAN WITH KNIFE RUBS WESTERN UNION OFFICE 
ATKINS HELPS CAPTURE MAN 

MARSHALL, ROGER L. 

ASSISTANT TO SaNFORO NAMED DUKE SECRETARY 

MARSHALL GETS DUKE JOB 

TRUSTEES REITERATE NIXON LIBRARY IS NOT CERTAINTY 

MARSHALL, SHARON 

DESPITE EPILEPSY, UNC STUDENT LEADS FULL LIFE 

MARSHALL. SHIRLEY lORANGE CO. I 

FIVE NAMES MENTIONED TO FILL BOARD VACANCY 
THREE NOMINATED TO FILL VACANCY ON ORANGE BOARD 
ORANGE BOARD NARROWS FIELD TO 3 
SHIRLEY MARSHALL NAMED COMMISSIONER 

MAflSHBURN, JAMES A. JR. 

HEAVEN SAVE US FROM DO-GOODERS 

SO MUCH FOR WORKERS IN A 'WORKERS' STATE' 

MARTIKAINEN, HElFN (CHAPEL HILLJ 

FRIDAY TO LEAD 2000 COMMISSION 

MARTIN, BILLY 

BILLY MARTIN ACTED LIKE A 3-YEAR OLD 

MARTIN, CALVIN JR. IFLORIOAI 

MAN SENTENCED IN ARMED ROBBERY 

MARTIN. PAVIO WAYNE (GASTONIAl 







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H 2 


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S36 


S 2 


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A 


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P 


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K<)0 


H 2 


ID/1<./S1 


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M 2 


1D/15/BI 


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lO/l T/81 


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H 7 


1D/21/BI 


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H ? 


10/25/91 


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10/25/81 


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10/2'>/Bl 


C 


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N 


KtO 


H 2 


10/30/91 


A 


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H 2 


10/30/B1 


B 


1 


P 


N 


S51 


S 2 


10/30/Bl 


C 


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N 


K90 


H 2 


11/Ol/Bl 


A 


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H 2 


11/01/81 


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K9a 


H 2 


11/05/81 


A 


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S 2 


11/05/91 


A 


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N 


S83 


H 2 


u/06/ei 


A 


4 


T 


T 


R56 


S 2 


U/06/B1 


c 


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F 


K90 


H 2 


U/09/81 


A 


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P 


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551 


H 2 


11/08/81 





4 


T 


T 


R56 


H 2 


11/12/81 


A 


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P 


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H 2 


11/14/81 


B 


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U 




S 2 


11/14/81 


A 


I 


p 


N 


U57 


S 2 


11/16/81 


C 


1 




N 


K9n 


S 2 


11/17/81 


A 


1 




N 


K90 


H 2 


11/18/91 


C 


1 




N 


S51 


H 2 


11/2D/B1 


A 


4 




E 




S 2 


1 /25/Bl 


c 


1 




N 


K9Q 


5 2 


1 /28/Bl 


A 


3 




N 




S 2 


U/JO/Bl 


A 


1 




N 


K90 


S 2 


12/01/91 


A 


1 




N 


K90 


S 2 


12/0 2/91 


A 


1 




N 


K90 


S 2 


12/02/9 1 


A 


1 




N 


X16 


S 2 


12/03/91 


c 


1 




N 


K90 


S 2 


12/04/81 


c 


I 




N 


K90 


S 2 


12/04/91 


A 


1 


p 


N 


K90 


H 2 


12/07/81 


A 


1 


p 


J 


SSI 


S 2 


12/07/81 


A 


1 




N 


K90 


H 2 


12/08/81 


A 


1 


p 


N 


S51 


S 2 


12/OB/Bl 


C 


1 




N 


K90 


H 2 


12/01/81 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


12/0<»/81 


A 


4 


T 


T 


R56 


H 2 


12/23/91 


B 


1 




N 


S51 


S 2 


12/24/81 


c 


1 




N 


K90 


S 2 


12/20/81 


B 


1 


P 


F 


K9D 


S 2 


12/30/91 


c 


1 




N 


K90 


H 2 


12/31/81 


e 


1 




N 


S51 


S 2 


12/31/81 


c 


1 




N 


K90 


S 2 


9/17/91 


c 


1 




F 




S 2 


12/16/81 


c 


18 









H 2 


5/13/91 


B 


1 




N 


551 


S 2 


5/13/81 


c 


1 




N 




H 2 


5/05/81 


c 


6 









H 2 


5/12/81 


A 


11 









H 2 


q/oo/Bi 


A 


1 3 




N 




H 2 


7/26/81 





4 




E 





H 2 6/14/91 D 9 T A 
S 2 6/15/81 A 1 P F 



H 2 7/29/91 C 2 
S 2 7/29/81 A 12 



S 2 7/04/81 A 3 



H 2 a/07/Bl A 7 N iiSl 

H 2 11/07/81 8 1 N S5l 

5 2 11/07/81 A 15 N 



H 2 8/28/81 B 1 

S 2 a/29/ei C 1 



H 2 7/31/ai A a N 
S 2 7/31/91 A 3 N 
H 2 10/15/81 A 10 P N W24 



H 2 5/22/81 B 



H 2 12/09/91 B 9 

M 2 12/18/81 C 1 

S 2 12/18/81 A 6 

H 2 12/22/81 A 12 



H 2 8/15/81 A 4 
H 2 12/27/ai 5 



H 2 10/02/91 A 16 
H 2 6/29/ai A 5 
S 2 12/15/81 B a 



N M23 
N M23 



MONTHLY/AN 



INDEX 



SmOT FLiTTtNS TIRE TO ENO LHHC CHASE 

MASTINt DON 

CHAMBFR PLATERS OPEN PRESTIGIOUS SERIFS TONIGHT 

"ARTINi OKIGHT 

OFFICERS SAY COPPER THEFT RING CRACKED 

POLICE Charge 3 in theft 

MARTIN. JAKES IREP.I 

TEACHERS 'FLUNK' 7 N.C. 



CONGRESSMEN 



MARTIN, JERRY CASH IJUOGEl 

JUDGE DISMISSES SEXUAL CHARGES AGAINST LAWYER 

MARTIN, JOHN iJUOGEl 

COuPT ORDERS 'iEU TRIAL IN PURS t- SNATCH I NG CASE 
CnuRI ORDERS 'li A TRIAL IN PURSE- SNATCH I NG CASE 
JUDGE AMENDS DRUG SENTENCE 
JUDGE AMENDS DRUG SENTENCE 

MARTIN, KITTY MAYt (EDFN) 

EDEN WOMAN KILLS INTRUDER 

MARTIN, LINWOOO EARL 

ARMED THEFI CHARGES FILED AGAINST PAIR 

MAP TIN, LOKIE 

COuNTV PANELS' LACK OF BLACKS RAPPED 

MARTIN, LORETTA 

EDUCATORS' LcADFR PREDICTS MORE POLITICAL ACTIVISM 
TEAChFRS TO LOBBY TUESDAY FOR MORE PAY, SMALLER CLASSES 

MARTIN, MARY JO 

DURHAM WOMAN NAMED TO VANCE SCHOOL POST 

MARTIN, PAUL IHILLSBOROUGHI 

PHONE SERVICE TO DURHAM BACKED 

MARTIN, PAUL J. IP5C1 

WARRANTS OBTAINED AGAINST 2 OFFICERS 

POLICE PROBE CHARGE AGAINST OFFICERS 

ARRESTS OF Two PSOS UPSET FELLOW OFFICERS 

LASSITER BACKS OFFICERS 

WOMAN CHARGED IN BUS STATION INCIDENT 

POLICE Charge woman WITH ASSAULT ON OFFICER 

OFFICERS' TRIAL DELAYED 

WOMAN IS CONVICTED 

JUDGE CONVICTS WOMAN FOR ASSAULT 

JUDGE STILL HEARING PSO CASE 

Two OFFICERS CLEARED; FILE »10,000 SUIT 

OFFICERS FILE SUIT AFTER CHARGES DROPPED 

KEEPING THE FAITH 

MARTIN, PEGGY LUPO ILAURINBURG. N.C.I 

COURT REJECTS N.C. CHALLENGE TO OEaTh PENALTY 

MARTIN, SAMMY 

MARTIN: LACK MONEY, TIME TO BE TOP NOTCH 

MARTIN, Theodore roosevelt 

TRIAL OPENS WITH SEARCH OF AUDIENCE 

BELL TRIAL TESTIMONY CONTINUES 

FOCUS SHIFTS IN DURHAM MURDER TRIAL 

NEW EVIDENCE ENTERS BELL TRIAL 

ALIBI PROVIDED DEFENDANT IN MURDER TRIAL 

DELIBERATIONS TO BEGIN IN BELL TRIAL 

JURY BEGINS DELIBERATIONS IN DWIGHT 13ELL MURDER CASE 

JURY IS STILL DELIBERATING IN BELL TRIAL 

JURY SPLIT OVER BELL IN MISTRIAL 

MISTRIAL DECLARED IN MURDER TRIAL 

MARTIN, ThURMAN 

INGRAM UPHELD ON TAX CASE BY HIGH COURT 
COURT REJECTS N.C. CHALLENGE TO DEATH PENALTY 

MARTIN, UIIANETTA ILIBERIAI 

THREE STUDENTS KILLED IN CRASH 

MARTINET, NICASIO 

MAN PLEADS NO CONTEST TO SCHOOL TRESPASSING 

MARTINSON, JACOB OR. 

B-EVARD PRESIDENT LABELS CHURCH PERSECUTED MINORITY 

MARVIN, HELEN ISENATORI 

3Nt PROPOSAL PUTS DURHAM IN 2ND DISTRICT 
SE'.ATF BLURS PANEL'S VISION OF DURHAM IN 2 
DURHAM LANDS IN RT DISTRICT 

MAPvIN, LEE 

NAUSEATING WORDS 

MASI, BILL JR. 

DURHAM BECOMES MEMBER OF CLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTEM 
DURHAM JOINS CLEAN COMMUNITIES 

MASINGALE, LAURA 

MUTUAL FRIENDS PLOTTED TO GET THEM TOGETHER 

MASINGALE, Thomas Edward MR. AND MRS. 
golden anniversary 

mason, edward jones jr. 
man reports beating 

mason, gene autry 

man to face charges in wreck 
oeaTh by vehicle charged 
MASON Charged in wreck deaths 
drivef arrested, released 

mason, george (gaston co.! 

if you call oucks, here's event for you 

mason, john 

new trial sought in murder case 

mason, patsy isanfordi 

new trial sought in murder case 

mcdowell hearing for new trial opens 

mcdowell's lawyers say reports weren't available 

mcdowell hearing concludes 

new trial ordfred 

new trial ruling being appealed 





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H 2 11/06/81 B 1 

S 2 11/06/81 C 3 

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NAMES 



P»GE UC 
1/11/B2 



MiSJN.VERl.EIN^R.^^ «0a« FOR THE b-YEAS-OLO 

MASON. WILLIS , ^ , ., 

FHLKS ASOUNO -■£»£: LIFE'S LIKE THAT 
FCLKS AROUND MERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
WILLIS MASON nlES AT 39 
FORMER NEWSMAN WILLIS MASON DIES 

MASSFNEURG. OOSS 
OBITUARY 

MASSENGILL. NANNIE HOLLAND 
OBITUARY 

-lE'LL STUDY FOR DEGREE 

MASSEY. C. KNO« 

UNC n HONOR FIVE ALUMNI . . .^ 

UNC VlCf RRFSIOENr WARNS OF OANGER OF INFLEXIBILITY 
UNC OFFICIAL SAYS NEW CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS VINDICTIVE 
l<. UNC STUDENTS WIN MASSEY GRANTS 

MASSEY, C. W. (FORMER SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT! 
EDUCATION DOORS BECKON ADULTS 

MASSEY. CURTIS 

STUDENT GROUP RAPS DESEGREGATION PLAN 

NCCU BOARD DF TRUSTEES ELECTS NEW OFFICERS 

MARCH IS HELD TO SUPPORT BLACK SCHOOLS 

MASSEY. FREOOIE LEF JR. (CHARLOTTEl 

3 TEENS CHARGED IN WOMAN'S DEATH 

MOTHER OF SUSPECT SAYS. 'HE OION'T DO IT' 

CHAHGFS AGAI-ISI TEEN DROPPED 

MASSEY. MICHAEL 1 WINSTON-SALEMI 

THIRD PERSON IS CHARGED IN SLAYING 

MASSEY. WILLIE , ,, , 

OFFICERS. SUSPECT ENGAGE IN SCUFFLE 

MASSEY. WILLIE ROGER 

OFFICERS HURT IN SCUFFLE 

maTmERLY. TINSLEY "JAKE" (RALEIGHI 
RALEIGH MAN IS BOBBED 

MATHESON. BOB 

COMPENSATION NFL WORRY, TOO. MATHESON SAYS 
UPTIGHT? MATHESON HELPS DEVILS RELAX 

MATHESON. ELUABFTH 

MAThESON wins ART AWARD 
FELLOWSHIP WINNERS SHOWN 

MAIHEwS, C. E. IRALEIGHI 

ATOMIC BOMBS UNNECESSARY IN WWII 

maThIS. CAROLYN ISFNaTORI 

INSURANCE CATEGORIES FLEXIBILITY URGED 

INSURANCE CHARGES TOO HIGH 

lECHNICAL NATURE BLAMED FOR INSURANCE BILLS DELAY 

SEN. MAThIS calls INSURANCE COMMISSIONER LIAR 

PANEL REVERSES VOTE ON LIFTING INSURANCE RATES CAP 

MATHIS. DAVID D. 

RFC. FROM N.C. 



S 2 IJ/lS/ai A 6 P F J06 



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maThIS. ROBERT C. GEN. 

GENERAL DEFENDS 8-1 

MATSKO. JOHN 

PAST IhE BASICS: CAROLINA'S COMPLEX OFFENSE GIVING DEFENSES MORE. 
TIGERS HAKE IMPRESSION ON TAR HEELS 

MATTE. GABRIEL J. 

3»ITuaRY: GABRIEL J. MATTE 

MATTHEWS. POYO 

MIS TOBACCO GETS AROUND 

MATTHEWS. EDITH 

FIRE call: FALSE ALARM HAO RING OF TRUTH 

MATTHEWS. GREGORY 

ARREST WARRANTS ISSUED IN CHRISTMAS EVE RObBERY 
GUNS, CHAIN SAW STOLEN FROM DURHAM HUME 

MATTHEWS. JOHN E. MR. t MRS. 
RENEW WEDDING vOwS 

MATTHEWS. ROY ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

MATTHEWS. TRACY 

ARREST WARRANTS ISSUED IN CHRISTMAS EVE RObBERY 
GUNS. CHAI'. SAW STOLEN FROM DURHAM HOME 

maTTInGLY. DAVID LEE I900NEI 

AGENIS RELEASE RAID NAMES 

SIX ARRESTED (N DRUG RAID ARE CHARGED 

BONDS SET AT SI MILLION 

MATTSON. MICHAEL A. 1ST LT. 

PILOT HUNT HAMPERED BY WEATHER 
SEARCH FOR PILOT INTENSIFIES 
AIR FORCE REMAINS HOPEFUL ABOUT PILOT 
PILOT SEARCH IS FOCUSED ON S.C . COAST 
PSYCHIC HIRED TO FIND MISSING PILOT 

MAUNE. DAVID J. JR. 

OFFICER HELPED COUPLE 

MAVRETIC. JOE IREP.I 

HAiAROOUS WASTES HEAkING SCHEDULED 
SEVERAL ROAD lAX PLANS EXAMINED 

MAXWELL, JAMES B. 

SWIM TEAMS A BIG SPLASH IN AREA POOLS 
SCHOOLS ASK DISMISSAL OF SUIT 
DISMISSAL OF TEACHERS' SUIT REWUESTEO 

MAXWELL. PAUL 



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1/11/Si 



CAN MAXWELL rtETTER 1980 PERFORMANCE? 
MAX. ELL. HOSNErS TITLEISTS 

"AK-fLL. KAYMONO 

OUSmam MAN GIVEN PKOBATtON IN SHOOTING DEATH OF LANDLORD 
JUDGE »ULES SLAYING HAS IN SELF-DEFENSE 

"AY, OAVIO 

SPOTLIGHT ON FAMIL IFS 

FAMILY SERVICf IS FAMILY TRADITION 

MAY, HARRISON EUGENE JR. 

MAN STANDING IN ROAD KILLED 
CAR STRIKES. KILLS MAN 

NO Charges filed in fatality 

MAY. NANCY TUTTlE 

Three gems highlight art exhibits 
hotel europa features n.c. art: rooms with a viert 
may's seascapes part of europa scene 
paintings: her love, livelihood 

mayBERRy. STEVE 

RESIDENTS EXPRESS OPPOSITION TO ANNEXATION 

MAYE. STERLING 

KOeBt^Y ARREST 

TWO STREE-CLAO PRISONERS FLEE JAILERS IN COURTHOUSE 

OFt-ICIALS STILL SEEKING TKO ESCAPED JAIL INMATES 

MAYER. PAMELA DR. 

SOME CHAPEL HILL-CARR90R0 PRINCIPALS TO BE REASSIGNED 
ORANGE PRI-jCIPALS will NOT BE MOVED 

principal transfers canceled 

Chapel hill schools hon-t get new aides 

mayers. glenn 

deacon player LEAVING 

MAYNARD. ANSON AVERY lOUNNI 

DUNN MAN GETS DEATH SENTENCE 

MAYNARD, ELLAN J, 

NEW LAW REaulRES AID FOR DEAF PEOPLE 

NEW N.C. LAW TO REQUIRE INTERPRETERS FOR DEAF 

MAYNARD. H. w. JR. 

IT'S THAT TIMF AGAIN 

MAYNARO. PHILLIP 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

MAYNARO, OUINCEY 

POLICE Charge man with FIRING GUN AT NIGHTCLUB 
TAVERN MANAGER WOUNDED AFTER TELLING "AN TO LEAVE 



MAYNOR. CLYDE 
OBITUARY 



IHIllSBOROUGhI 



MAYNOR. WALTZ DR. 

NCCU TO OFFER 305 COURSES IN SUMMER SESSIONS 

MAYSE, LLOYD O'NFIL 

JND-DFGREE MURDFR TRIAL STARTS 

CHE-IST TESTIFIES IN MURDER CASE 

OEFENDAM Changes story about STRUGGLE 

MAN ACOylTTEO IN DEATH OF WILDLIFE PROTECTOR 

ACQUITTED MAN HAILS VERDICT AS 'WORK Of LORD' 

MCADAMS, JAMES HUBERT 
OBITUARY 

MCADAMS, TOMMY 

STATE RECOMMENDS AGAINST PROSECUTION 

MCAOOO, BOB 

THE nBa'S BAO GUY 

•thar's gold in Them Thar heels- 

MCADOO, JUNE c. Tate 

obituary: MRS. JUNE C. TATE MCAOOO 

MCAFEE, STEWART 

RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS TO ATTRACT MORE MONEY 

MCALLISTER, BETH 

MCALLISTER ISN'T GIVING UP ON ERA 
ERA BACKER RAPS SOME LAWS IN N.C. 

MCALLISTER, 3ETTY PRETTY 

RETIRED TEACHER OF ORANGE DIES 

MCALLISTER, KENNFTh w. IHIGH POINTI 

HELMS SUBMITS 3 N.C. NAMES FOR FEDERAL JOBS 

2^:^^,1412 SUPPORTING 3 FOR ATTORNEYS POSTS 

MCALLISTER TAKES OATH OF OFFICE 

PANEL FORMED TO SET CRIME-FIGHTING PRIORITIES 
MCANULTY. LAURIE 

FABRIC SCRAPS CAN BECOME A WORK OF ART 

MCBRIOE, GERALD 

DRIVE FOR 19 SCHOOLS STEPPED UP 

MCBROOM, JOSEPH Everett 

PAIR denied new trial IN SLAYING 



MCBROOM, WALKER 
OBITUARY 



IHILLSBOROUGHI 



MCBROOM, WILLIAM STROUD 
OBITUARY 

MCCADEN, DELLA TYLER 

GRANVILLE WOMAN DIES IN ACCIDENT 
MCCaOEN. STANLEY lOXFORD) 

3 KILLED, I HURT IN COLLISION ON U.S. IS NnRTH OF TYCnon 

MAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT LISTED IN SUbJe Co5oIT°Sn" °''° 
MCCAIN. BRYANT 

FATAL FIRE SAID DELIBERATELY SET 

MCCALL. ADELINE ICHAPEL HILLI 
UNC TO HONOR FIVE ALUMNI 
UNC VICE PRESIDENT WARNS OF DANGER OF INFLEXIBILITY 



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H 2 7/22/ai e 1 N W24 

H 2 8/20/91 B 5 N 951 

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I N E 
12/31/8 



UNC GfFICIJL SAYS nEw CIVIL KIOHTS LEADERS VINDICTIVE 
FIVE RECEIVE N.C. AWARDS 

NCCALL. RICHARD ICREENSBOROI 

STRANGE ILLMESS KILLS 16-Y6AR-0L0 

MCCAHEY, JEAN 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: HlTM THE PET SET 

HCCANN. COLIN LEONARD 
OBITUARY 



MCCARTER. WILLIAM RONALD DR. (CMAOBURNl 
MCCAHTER OFFERED TCA POST 

MCCASSITY, BILLY (RALEIGHI 

d CmILDOEN INJURtO IN VAN-CAR COLLISION 

MCCAUGHAN, RALPri 

mccauGhan gets post at duke 

HCCAULEYt C. EDwARn 

DURHAM "tn RE-ELECTED HEAD OF NCSU GROUP 

"CCAULEy, ESTELLE LOIS (CHAPEL HILL] 
OB I TUARY 

HCCAULEY. JA"£S DACE I H ILL SBORDUGH) 
OBI TUARY 

MCCAULEY, JA'ES ELLIOTT (GAINESVILLE. FLA.l 
AGENTS RELEASE RAID NAMES 
SIX ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID ARE CHARGED 
BONOS SET AT 41 MILLION 

mCChESNEy. JAMES M. REV. 

grassroots fight is expected over presbyterian reunion plan 

mcclain, betty 

court has iis dog days. too 

mcclain, john 

you're right! auuust was cooler than 'jgrmal 

mcclain. neville grant 

woman admits role after driver's death 

judge moves trial to august 

15-year-glo pleads guilty in death of laundry driver 

youth pleads guilty to murder 

17-year-old pleads guilty to murder, theft 

witness tells of abuse 

judge sentences 17-year-old to life for murder 

witness in murder trial to get diagnostic study 

teen to undergo diagnostic study 

hcclamroCh, Clara lyon (Chapel hill i 
obituary 

MCCLAMROCM, WILLIAM L. JR. 

TILE FIRM FOUNDER SUCCUMBS AT 80 

MCCLEAN. RICK 

NOTHING'S hO-hO-hum ABOUT TEEN-AGER'S JOB 
WHAT'S WRONG WITH A BLACK SANTA CLAUS' 



MCCLERNON, ROBERT RtV. 

RESEARCHER HOPES TAPE IS RETURNED 

STOLEN TAPE CONTAINS INTERVIEW WITH MINISTER 

MCCLOUD, BARBARA DR. 

MINORITY GIFTED NEGLECTED 
THE PROFESSORS WERE... 

mCCLUNEy, FORREST 

DAMAGE JUDGMENT VOIDED 

MCCLURE. CORINNA WHITE 
OBITUARY 

MCCLURE, ESPRA HOPKINS 
OBITUARY 

MCCOLLUM, FREDERICK DOUGLAS 

THREE ARRESTED IN STORE BREAK-IN 

MCCDMBS, DON (ATLANTA! 

WASTES FIRM NARROWS LANDFILL SITES TO FOUR 

MCCORKLE. DONALD BOWLES JR. 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 
CHARGES ARE FILED IN FRANKLIN 

MCCORKLE, LIONEL ADAMS 

THREE DURHAM MEN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

MCCORKLE, WILLIAM H. DR. 

OR. MCCORKLE, PRESBYTERIAN PASTOR, DIES 

MCCOTIER, CLIFF 

ANNEXATION TO STAY IN COMMITTEE 

MCCOY, ALLAN 

JUDGE DISMISSES SECTION OF SUIT 

MCCOY, CHARLIE BENTON 

OBITUARY: CHARLIE b. MCCOY 

MCCOY, J. E. "EDDIE" 

DECISION TO WITHHOLD OXFORD PAY HIKES HIT 

MCCOY, JAMES "HAPPY JIM" 
OBITUARY 

"ccor, SEAN 

UNO'S OORRANCf TRIES TO FILL DEFENSIVE HOLES 

MCCRACKEN, J. STUART DR. 

COUNTY HOSPITAL CLEARED FOR PLASTIC LENS IMPLANTS 

MCCRARY, BENNY 



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H 2 10/23/81 


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kELLV sears: me h«0 two big HITS: THE NCCUISE THINS 
MfrflAfiYa flTLLY 

KELLY SEARS: HE HAD THC BIG HITS: THE NCCUIRE TWINS 

HCCRAKt BAXTER OEuEY 
OaiTUARY 



KCCREA, GENEVIEVE 

patPARIMG FOR CHRISTMAS 

HCCRfA. VALABIE GARDNER 
OBITUARY 

MCCRDRIE, <;aOIE HAOE 
OBITUARY 

■^CCULLEN. ILLIf RAY 

LEAF TAX PRQpnSAL ASSAILED BY GROUP 

MCCULLOCXt BC66Y MAJ. (ORANGE CO.! 

FIVE 1FFICERS PLAN '62 RACE FOR JRANGE COUNTY SHERIFF 

■•CCjLLnuCH, PETER OANKiN ( R AL E I GH J 

7 FRO'< AREA AOt HGkEhEAD FINALISTS 

"CDANIEL. C. OEMPSEY IFORSYTH CO. I 

FOkft" REPRESENTATIVE SUING STATE 

HCDANlELi MARGARfr 

.*OMAN KILLEP. MAN hOUNDEO IN SHOOTING 

NO Charges are filed in death 

OBITUARY 

"CDANIELS. JAMES rfELDQN 

obituary: JA'IES JELDON MCOANIELS 

MCDONALD* EUGENE DR. 

OUKf FACULTY '(tMBfRS SPEAK ON PROPOSEn NIXON LIBRARY 

SOME OUFSTIO'JS UNANSrtERFO ON NIXON LIBRARY 

TRUSTEES TOLD TALKS OPENED ON PROPOSED NIXON LIBRARY 

MCDONALD. JEFFREY ". 

COURT TO REVIFk MACDONALD CASE 

MCDONALD. JIM 

THE gallery: LARGE-SCALE ART CENTER OPENS 

MCCONALO. JOHN 

GOOD OLD-FASHIONED LEMONADE 



ANO IT'S REAL! 



MCDONALO. KENNETH F. 

NEWSPAPERS MERIT Thanks 

MCDONALD. ROBERT ALLEN 

TWO MEN ARRESTED IN TUESDAY ASSAULT 
THIRD ARRESTED IN NOV. <> RAPE 

MCDONALD. WILLIAM e. 

COMMITTEE NAMES 3 TO BOARD 

NEW NOMINATIONS MADE FOR BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

VACANCIES FILLED ON ADJUSTMENT BOARD 

MCDOUCAL. RICHARD IGASTONIAI 

3 INMATES MAKE ESCAPE IN GEOKGIA 

MCDOUGALL. MICHAEL 

INMATE ORDERED TO PAY DAMAGES 

MCDOWELL. DON 

3QARD ORDERS NEW ELECTION IN NCW BERN 

MCDOWELL. JUL IE 

COURT SAYS GIRL CAN KEEP NAME 

MCDOWELL. ROBERT H. 

COURT SETS EXECUTION DATE 

STAY ISSUED ON EXECUTION 

HEARING SLATED FOR MCDOWELL 

NEW TRIAL SOUGHT IN MURDER CASE 

HEARING FOR NFw TRIAL SET IN SANFORD CASE 

MCDOWELL HEARING FOR NEW TRIAL OPFNS 

MCDOwFLL'S LAWYERS SAY REPORTS WEREN'T AVAILABLE 

MCDOWELL HEARING CONCLUDES 

NEW TRIAL ORDERFD 

NEW TRIAL RULING BEING APPEALED 

MCDOWELL. THOMAS H. 

STRIKE MAY SLOW AIRPORT'S TRAFFIC 

RDU SEEKS BOARD MEMBERS 

AIR TRAFFIC AT RDU NEAR NORMAL AGAIN 

MCDOWELL. TIM 

ELON OFFICIAL IS PROMOTED 

MCDOWELL. TOM 

FEDERAL MONEY TO HELP PAY RUNWAY BILL 

MEMBERS SEEK COORDINATED EFFORT ON RUNWAY 

BONO ISSUE EYED FOR RDU RUNWAY 

RUNWAY IS TOP-IO PRIORITY 

AGENCIES MAY DEVISE OWN FEES 

AIRPORT WILL DRflP FUEL FEES 

BUDGET SET FOR RDU BONO CAMPAIGN 

AUTHORITY TABS DURHAM AGENCY FOR CAMPAIGN 

AIRPORT RUNWAY BONO VOTE MAY BE FEB. 23 

TERMINAL TO OPEN JAN. 2". 

BID FOR RUNWAY REFERENDUM DUE BY END OF WEEK 

MCDOWELL. TRFNDA JUNAE 

COURT SAYS GIRL CAN KEEP NAME 

MCDOWELL - FLEMING. DAVID H. 

CONTACT GIVES COMPASSIONATE SERVICE 

MCDUFFIE. FRANK JR. ILAURINBURGI 

JAi2 HALL OF FAME DREAM OF MAN IN LAURINBURG 

MCDUFFIE. JAMES AND NORA 

CONTRACTOR IS CONVICTED 
CONTRACTOR GETS 3-YEAR PROBATION 

MCDUFFIE. SUE 

THEATER GROUP IS OUTLET FOR BLACK ACTORS 















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N 

N 






H 2 6/07/81 A 22 



s 

H 
H 


2 

2 
2 


9/01/81 

9/01/Rl 

12/12/91 


A 
B 
A 


1 
1 
1 


P 


N 
J 
N 


F30 
G53 
W2'. 


H 


2 


5/27/81 


A 


10 




N 




H 


? 


5/22/81 


D 


7 


P 


N 


P66 


H 


2 


7/07/81 


B 


1 


P 


F 


S36 


5 


2 


10/09/81 


A 


^ 




L 





H 2 11/06/81 
H 2 U/13/81 



S 2 7/22/91 
H 2 7/23/91 
H 2 a/0<./91 



H 1 7/27/81 

H 2 ll/0'./fll 

H 2 11/11/81 

H 2 8/27/91 



H 2 5/29/81 

H 2 6/D2/91 

H 1 6/23/81 

H 2 7/li,/Bl 

H 2 8/09/81 

H 1 S/25/ni 

H 1 8/26/81 

H 1 8/27/81 

H I 12/09/81 

H 2 12/12/81 



S 2 6/05/91 
S 2 6/17/81 
H 2 9/16/81 



H 2 6/U/91 A 



H 2 8/05/81 

S 2 9/D5/81 

H 2 3/11/Sl 

S 2 a/ii/ai 

S 2 9/10/91 

S 2 U/O'i/Bl 

H 2 11/11/91 

S 2 11/11/91 

S 2 U/19/91 

H 2 12/16/81 

S 2 12/16/91 



H 2 8/27/91 
H 2 6/07/81 
5 2 10/29/91 



A 


5 


N 


K9n 


A 


1 6 


N 


W36 


e 


1 


N 




B 


1 


N 




A 


1<. 


N 




c 


12 


N 







6 


N 


G53 


n 


h 


N 




A 


3 


N 




B 


1 


N 




A 


9 


N 




A 


A 


N 




H 


1 


N 




a 


1 


N 


M?7 


H 


1 


N 




B 


1 


N 


M2 7 


A 


lU 


N 




c 


1 


N 


K9n 


L 


1 


N 


K91) 


B 


1 


N 


H60 



r 1 


N H60 


(, 1 


N SB3 


A 1 


N H60 


B 1 


N S83 


r 1 


N S83 


C 1 


N 


C 1 


N H60 


r 1 


N S93 


A 1 


N sa3 


B 1 


N H60 


C 1 


N 583 



H 2 10/21/91 
5 2 10/22/81 



S 2 5/29/91 



•> 

A 19 

A 10 

B i 
D ) P 



-iimuiMuutiatmm 



BBDIiBIilllBlII 



NONTMLY/AN 



INDEX a 

12/31/ai 



OAie 



p«CE u* 
1/11/62 



S 1 T 

E L Y 

C PC L P BYL 



"""'AT'uNCotit'p'IiE-ITS GET THEH NEEDS «ET 



suPPnaT 



""^'Ji2ip.JEg?'NEF0 «EOE.S- 

""""SlEN^Sr DESERVES «QOT 
a»D BEHAUIJP 
THE 8P»T AT HlU'lLEOON 
LATE OPINIONS 
PASSING PARADE 

'""???; '-S'JciS SELECTS MCFADOEN 
WOHAN GIVEN POST H I TM CITY 

MCFADDENi JAMES S. 

OeiTUARY 

"""-'DRurpIplpHERNALl. law: ENFORCEMENT A TICKLISH OuESTION 

""""JeaChER-S trial to .EG in 

• CGEE, -ILLIAH liATME I W IN5T0N-S ALE M I 
TMO FACE COCAINE CHARGES 

MCChEE. CAROLYN RHODES 
OBITUARY 

hCGhEE. 
HS 

MCChEEi HABLE E. 
GETS HELP 

"CGILLi JAHES C 
UNITED UAY 



"muscle: n POUNDS OF POWER IN PINK TENNIS SHOES 



"JIM" leuRLINGTONl 
HEAD NAMED 



MCG I LL » PHI L I P ^ „„„ 

THIEVES GET OVER JIO.OOO 

''"°"?GDVElS'"cONCERNen ABOUT -ORAL MAJORITY 

ScGoJeRN fears riokTH OF RIGHT-WING j!"^ '^'^ 
MCGOVERN RAPS REAGAN, NIXON AND NEW RIGHT 
SEN, MCGOVEPN SEES THE LIGHT 

''"'"'oi"E''NAMErcunR0 1NATIjR FOR TELETHONS 

■"""'fiaO^S^ITlL PART IN CAPITALIST SYSTEM 

CabOR day: tribute STILL PAID TO DURHAM MAN 

''"'lEdi"rT'^T?°^^?S-;f^NrO^H'3E;5iN VISIT FROM .SANTA CLAUS- 

rT;f^-t".rvT^L'?VE^'?iAS3^s^"/ui?s^^Y °^*"- '"" 

■SO FAR, SO GnOO" FOR JPE MCINTOSH 

OTHER MCINTOSH TALENT DOOMS EAST CAROLINA 

N.C. STATE WILL MISS MCINTOSH 

•PACK NOTES AND UUOTES 

MCINTOSH, AMO"^RSON NEED NO HYPt 

MCINTOSH TOP FROSH 

MCINTOSH V0TE1 ROOKIE OF YEAR 

MCINTYRE. JAMES C. 

ARTS BACKERS TO BE HEARD „,,„^.„ 

BUSINESSMEN LOOK TO ARTS IN DURHAM 

ARTS COUNCIL DIRECTOR QUITS 

MCINTYb" SEES BRIGHT FUTURE FOR DURHAM ARTS 

BEST WISHES, MR. MCINTYRE 

MCINTYRE, SUZANNE A. 

ABORTION: THE CENTRAL ISSUE 

MCIVER, ANGIE M. ICHAPEL HILL) 

"hi blame wreck on SPECIAL STUDENT? 

MCIVER, C. ACMON 

S t L BOARD CHAIRMAN NAMED 

'"'■''"AILER''Fl'NOS^INMiTE HANGING IN LEE COUNTY 

MCKAY, NED F. 

RECEIVES Cup 

"'"^^MEofcAL ADVANCES HELP CONTROL ATTACKS OF PANIC 

""■"^^FOLKS aOOUNO HERE: WITH THE PET SET 

HCKEE, NELL ChFEK 
OBITUARY 

""^""FIRST^aLIND DATE IS LAST ONE FOR THESE TWO 

HCKEE, ROBERT K. I E LU ABETHTOWN I , , ,^ 

JUDGE ORDERS FIVE MEN RELEASED IN DRUG CASE 

""■""iar'SeEL COOKS DESIGNER HALSTON LIMA BEAN SOUP 

■"■""■ouRiAM^TO Be'rEPRESENTEO AT CONFERENCE FOR ELDERLY 
DELEGATES PREPARE FOR SESSION 

MCKENZIE, JOHN LEON „„,,„ 

DURHAM COCAINE CHARGE LODGED ,„,.,„. 

ABC POLICE ARREST MAN FOR 4200,000 IN COCAINE 

Mr K f Ha mFAR 

UNC TRUSTEES OK LAB BUILDING PLANS 

MCKINLEY, MATTHEW "MQlEE" 
OBITUARY 



H 2 6/02/61 A 
S ? 10/n/Sl A 



S 2 6/2<./91 A <. E „,. 

S 2 6/2<./8l 1 y D18 

H 2 <>/2')/ei A 4 E 

S 2 7/09/Rl B 1 F25 

S 2 ')/03/ei A "> E 



S 2 9/02/61 C 1 
H 2 9/0'./ei A 6 



H 2 11/20/61 A 16 

H 2 7/07/61 A 1 N »5<. 

H 2 5/0<./81 A 9 N 

H 2 9/03/61 C 13 N 

H 2 12/21/81 B 9 

H 2 11/29/81 E 1 P F B30 

S 2 ti/lS/81 A S P P S76 

H 1 9/0'./61 B 1 N 

S 2 5/09/81 A 3 N 

H 2 9/09/81 B 1 N 

S 2 9/09/ni A 1". N 

S 2 9/10/61 C S P N 

H 2 9/l'./91 A «. E 

S 2 10/07/81 C 5 N 

H 2 9/07/81 A 4 E 

H 2 9/Q7/61 B 1 P U L57 



S 2 9/02/81 B 1 " f" 

H 2 9/06/81 6 5 F 591 

H 2 9/13/61 6 1 f* iJ'O 

S 2 9/l<./ai D 4 U R66 

H 2 9/15/61 B 3 P f S91 

H 2 9/20/81 6 1 N M71 

S 2 10/02/61 3 N 

S 2 10/05/61 6 P ;** 

S 2 11/13/81 1 P F R66 

S 2 12/04/91 1 P N 

H 2 12/05/91 3 P N 



S 2 5/21/61 CI N 

S 2 10/13/91 A 1 N S83 

H 2 12/23/81 A 1 P N W66 

S 2 12/23/81 C 1 

H 2 12/29/91 A 4 



H 2 5/04/61 A 5 

S 2 10/16/81 A 4 

H 1 6/13/81 B 1 

H 2 5/16/61 A 2 N 

5 2 9/09/81 A 6 P P 

S 2 7/01/81 C 12 F 

H 2 9/15/81 B 1 U 

H 2 12/18/81 C 14 

H 2 12/13/81 E 2 P F S56 

H 2 9/09/81 B 9 N 

H 2 8/27/91 C 1 F H45 



M 2 7/15/ei B 7 
S 2 7/17/81 C 1 



N M04 
N H04 



N 



H 2 6/03/91 A 13 

S 2 6/03/61 A 1 N 

S 2 12/11/81 A 6 N M23 

H 2 12/29/81 8 9 P 



MCK INLET 



"aTTHcWS 



MONTHLt/A 



N N U A L 
5/01/31 



I N t 
U/31/8 



NAMES 



PACE 145 
1/11/82 



HE COULON" T PASS IT UP 



•iCKlNNFV, PONES 

SPEAKING THURSDAY 

HCKIN.'«EV, CLAUDE 

PLAN OFFEBEO TO ENHANCE RTP bEAUTV AND TRAVEL 
PLAN STRESSES BEAUTY, BETTER ACCESS AT PARK 

HCKINNEY, LOUIS REV. (LINCOLN CO.l 
MINISTER SEEKING BOOK BAN 

MCKINNEy, MICHAEL W. OR. 

HCKlNNEY GETS POSITIONS 

"CKINNEY, RON 

TEACHERS AfRAlO TO SPEAK OUT 

HCKlNNEY. SCOTT 

MR. AUTOMATIC 

MCkINNEY'S PRO HOPES FADE KITH LEG AILMENT 

MCKINNEY KICKING HIMSELF FOR MISSING FG ATTEMPTS 

MCKINNEY, VIRGIL 

GRASSHOPPERS EAT CORN CROP 

MCKiNNiE. Turner lhuis 

OBI TUARY 

MCKiNNON. Charles 

HOLIDAY BLOSSOMS RESULT OF MONTHS OF CARE. PATIENCE 

MCKISSICK. FLOYJ JR. 

PANEL WORKS OUT PROPERTY DEAL 

MCKOWN, ANN 

ASSISTANT OA IS RESIGNING 
ASSISTANT OA RESIGNS 

MCLaChLAN. CHRISTOPHER 

DURHAM HOMEMAKEB COMPILES BOOK OF MONEY-SAVING TIPS 

"CLAIN. MIRIAM 

DURHAM WOMAN GETS LIFE MEMBERSHIP TO CLUB 

MCLAMB, BOBBY 

WHEN HOLLERIN* CALLED, 

"CLAREN, JOHN 

KINSTON FALTERING AFTER PROMOTIONS 

MCLAUGHL IN, PARRY 

TACKLES LIFT FAGlES 

MCLAURIN, JOANN 

MCLAURIN DELIGHTS IN CREATING CLOTH DOLLS 

MCLEAN, FANNIE LYNETTE POCLE 
OBI TUARY 
OB I TUARY 

MCLEAN, JEAN YVONNE NOEL 
OBI TUARY 

MCLEAN, MAT (BURLINGTON) 
OBITUARY: MAY MCLEAN 

MCLEAR, RONALD 

MINOR EMERGENCY MED CENTER OPENING ON BOULEVARD 

MCLELLAN, FLUAoETM S. (CHAPEL HILLI 

PLANNED PARENIMOOD CLINICS SERVE ALL 

MCLcLLA'-D, 0. MARSH ( JIJOGE I 

^";t '"51°"' P'>PE'' BLOCKED FROM POINTING DOCUMENTS 

JUDGE TO HEAR ARGUMENTS THIS MORNING 

PAPER PRINTS STORY BEFORE RESTRAINT ORDER ENDS 

TAMPERING WITH FREEDOM 

■^mSSI ''^);'^';t"*° DEFENDS PUBLICATION RESTRAINT ORDER 

APOLaG?STOSs CLASS '""'" ''°'' °"°" "" PRINCIPAL 

SOME N.C. JUDGES SHORT OF RESEARCH MATERIALS 
HCLELLANO, ROBERT 

NIXON DOESN'T DESERVE A LIBRARY 

MCLENOON, BAXTER FRANKLIN '•CYCLONE MACK" 
•CYCLONE MACK- PREACHED IN N.C. 

MCLEOD, Charles m. 

"29Sf COURT CLERK ORDERS FUNDS ADDED FOR SCHOOLS 
MOORE BOARD WONT APPEAL 0(»DER ON SCHOOL FINANCES 

MCLEOO, PE» ( SANFQRDl 

SANFORD TO CmOSE MAYOR. 7 COUNCILHEN 
SANFORD MAYOR IS UNOPPOSED 
MCNEIL RE-ELECTEO IN SANFORD 

HCLESTER. JOMNNIF BLUNT 

SHAW GIVES DEGREE TO DURHAM WOMAN 
MCLESTER GETS DEGREE 

MCMAHON, J. ALEXANDER 

SANFORD ACCEPTS FOUR MORE YEARS 

j;"5I|^| REITERATE NIXON LIBRARY IS NOT CERTAINTY 

TRUSTEES SAY ND LIBRARY DECISION YET 

s5Mf|:;5Ln'^gi'^?jE?5^s!~^Y'Su?r?Su^{i?frs?is?j'"'°'-^ 
^irErji?^ig'}s'?s^T';5!:i''iigsiR^Y'?iLX§'f '^'"^^ ^^'^ "»^'e« 

UNITY URGED FOR NIXON LIBRARY TALKS 

sijgs ugsj"io'?:p'j;nR;2N'^^" ""' " ~"^ 

MCMANAMON, JOHN M. S. J. (CHAPEL HILLI 
COLUMNISTS WRONG ABOUT EL SALVADOR 

MCMANUS. TONY (CHARLOTTEI 

LEUKEMIA VICTIM GETS DREAM TRIP 

MCMILLAN, BOBBY 

ABOUT THIS HERE TOM OOOLEY. . . 

MCMILLAN, JAMES B. (JUDGE) 

yi§GE'3!j?js°^sTi?^f^aH?i;^?5ii5J§„rpi;??c?%JEia!:'"^ °' "'""'""^ 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PC L P BYL 

H 2 12/26/m 6 7 
5 2 6/U/91 A 10 P P 

N flal 



H 2 10/02/81 A 1 
S 2 10/02/91 A 1 1 



N 



N 



H 2 11/08/81 A 9 
S 2 9/11/81 A 1 1 
H 2 11/12/81 A 4 



S 2 9/01/91 a 2 P U 018 
H 2 10/16/81 C 3 P F S9l 
H 2 10/25/91 B 4 F M71 



H 1 7/16/81 B 1 P F 

H 2 7/27/81 B 7 

H 2 12/27/81 E 12 P F G78 

S 2 12/15/91 8 1 N K90 



H 2 7/09/91 A 14 
S 2 7/08/61 C 11 



S 2 6/05/Sl B 1 P F 671 

H 2 6/28/91 A 22 P F G78 

H 2 6/22/81 A 11 P N 

S 2 7/13/81 6 P N R66 

S 2 10/09/81 3 P F 

S 2 7/30/81 2 P F F57 

H 2 12/25/81 C 15 
H 2 12/27/81 C 8 P 

H 2 11/28/81 ABO 

H 2 5/D5/81 C 6 

H 2 7/19/81 A 25 N W24 

H 2 11/30/81 A 4 L 



H 2 5/15/91 A 1 N 

H 1 5/16/91 B 1 N 

H 2 5/17/81 A 1 N 

S 2 5/19/81 A 4 E 

5 2 5/19/81 A 12 N 

H 2 5/21/81 H 1 N 

S 2 6/01/81 A 4 E 

H 2 6/16/81 A ID N 



H 2 10/21/81 A 4 L 

S 2 9/17/81 A 15 F J50 



H 1 7/16/ai B 1 N 

H 1 8/01/81 B 1 N H60 



H 1 8/22/81 B 1 
H 1 10/03/81 B 1 
H 1 11/04/81 8 1 



H 2 5/12/81 A 13 N 
S 2 5/12/91 A 8 N 



H 2 9/26/81 A 1 N W2', 

H 2 10/15/81 A 10 P N W21, 

S 2 10/15/81 A 15 N 

H 2 11/13/81 A 1 N 

H 2 11/16/81 B 1 

H 2 11/17/81 A 1 

S 2 11/17/81 B 1 

H 2 11/20/91 A 1 

H 2 12/01/81 B 1 

S 2 12/01/81 A 5 



N W24 

N W24 

N 

N U24 

N W24 

N 



H 2 10/27/81 A 4 L 
H 1 7/30/81 t I N 
H 2 11/13/91 D 1 'P F W66 

N 



H 2 3/n/Rl A 14 
H 2 11/25/91 A 1 



N 



^mBsniHiB 



MONTHLr/ANNUA 



L INDEX B 

1 - 12/31/81 



N 4 H e s 



PISE 146 
1/11/82 



S I T 
E L V 
C ?C L f BYL 



MCHILL*N» JAMES fUCENE 

iSsluLI WA««»WIS SEavEO ON dlKER 
BONO fOR HELL'5 ANGEL RAJSEO „..,,, 
HELL'S ANGEL MISSES COUIT APPEARANCE 
GANG MEHbEK SAID SUSPECT 

•"^""•fefjLoSl'feEJtSION STILL POSSIBLE 

•"""■hSSiAi'SliE S<??S OAUGS. EIKEARHS ANO EXPLOS I» ES 
EXPLOSIVES. 0«ur,S. GUNS FOUNQ IN HOME 
PAia HAKES INITIAL APPEARANCE 

Cnx RELEASED ON aONO 

MCMULLEN. 04VI0 ICHAPEL H1LL1 

NillONAL 0£»T MUST BE BROUoHT OO^N 

MCMULLEN. kaThY 

MS. MCMULLEN LEAOS MENREOON BY 



2 SHOTS 



COMPETITI vE 



MCMUORAY. nENNiS ETkARH 
2 fACE DRUG CHARGES 

MCMUPRAY, HARVEY ^, „ „ .„ 

MAJOR DBUG »UST INVOLVES DURHAM 
OEFICfRS ARBEIT fIVE FOR DRUGS 

MCMURRY. BRUCE 

GOLOEN KNIGHTS SHINING 

'"^"""!uiHOP:''cARVEa'S WORK unOERRaTEO 

mcnally. bill 

mcnally's confident, 

mcnamara. joseph ynez 

obituary: JOSEPH YNEZ MCNAMARA 

HCNAMAPA, PAE 

UOMAN TO HEAO N.C. PRISONS ,,,„., 

rtOMAN IS DIRECTOR OF PRISONS DIVISION 
TOUGH JOB AHEAD 
FIRED OFFICIAL "APS DIRECTOR OF PRISONS 

MCNEIL. ALICE 3. 

POLICE PROBING GREASE SPILL 

-CNEIL. AL"ETEB LASSITER 

OBITUARY: MBS. ALMETE" L. MCNEIL 

MCNEIL. CHARLIE 
OBI TUARY 

MCNEIL. CLARA HEOGEPfTH 
DEATHS ANO FUNERALS 



I MICHIGANI 



UOIT 
JGH 



MCNEIL. CLARENCE C. 
OBITUARY 

MCNEIL. JUOY t. IHlLLSBOROUGHI 
ERA 'FAR FROM DEAD' 

MCNEIL. kaTY VANHQOk 

obituary: MRS. KATY MCNEIL 

MCNEIL. lEON 

OBITUARY: LEON MCNEIL 

'"■'*^'EOwiROs''REviEHING COMPLAINT INVOLVING COUNTY ABC OFFICER 
NAaCP in DURHAM FILES COMPLAINTS AGAINST ABC OFFICER 
FIRE LEAKY, NAACP ASKS 
DA HOLDING REPORT ON ALLEGED ASSAULT 

MCNEILL. CHARLES RAY , , , „ 

1 KILLED, o .lOUNOFD IN SHOOTOUT AT CLUB 

"CNEIH, FRED 

BREAKTHROUGH HEAO GETS BONUS 

BONUS DEFIES LOGIC 

hEaO start to RECEIVE BUDGET INCREASE 

OPERATION dREAKTHROUGH TO SEEK BIOS FOR A 

SURVIVAL CHANCES IMPROVING FOR EREAKTHROU 

CUTS MAY COST AGENCY 15 JOBS 

BREAKTHROUGH FACES REDUCTION IN STAFF 

MCNEILL. RAYMOND RANDY 

2 CHARGED IN ROBBERY 

MCNULTY. JAMES PATRICK (GAINESVILLE, FLA.l 
AGENTS RELEASE RAID NAMES 
SIX ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID ABE CHARGED 
BONOS SET AT 11 MILLION 

mCPhFRSON. OAvIO LEklS 
OBITUARY 

MCPHERSON. KAThRYN 0. 

20 finalists selected in duke poetry contest 

tobacco a^jd durham 

statement an injustice to liggett 

mcpherson, nathaniel 

armed robbers take bank deposit 
herald reporter is robbed 

mcpherson. samuel 0. jr. dr. 

eye group selects mcpherson 

mcpherson. william v. jr. 

residents plan to fight annexation 

city loses garnishee bio, must pay up. . . or else 

Challenge looms for annexation neighborhoods 

MCQUAIG. HlLLIAM 

THREE DURHAM POXERS COLLECT AMATEUR MINS 

MCBAE. HARRY JAMES 

KIONAP COUNT "RINGS TERM 

MCBAE. lOA 

OBITUARY 

MCSORLEY. «*APY 



H 2 7/15/Rl 8 S 

H 2 10/10/81 a 5 

S 2 10/10/81 A 1". 

H 2 12/09/81 A 10 



S 2 9/ia/81 C 1 



S 2 10/2A/P1 A I 

H 2 10/25/81 C 1 

S 2 10/26/Pl C 1 

H 2 10/27/61 A 9 



N U57 

N 

N U57 



H 2 ll/l'./Bl A <. L 

H 2 9/18/81 C 1 P N P07 



H 2 7/3B/BI e 1 



H 2 7/in/Bl A I 
5 2 7/10/81 C I 



N 



N 351 

N 



H 2 5/03/31 A 12 N 

H 2 12/26/81 A 12 N 

H 2 6/29/81 B 3 P F S9I 

H 2 6/14/81 A 22 N 

S 2 7/2<./8l A 1 N 

H 2 7/25/8! A 3 P N 

S 2 7/29/81 A <, E 

H 2 11/17/81 B "t P N 



S 2 9/08/81 C 1 

H 2 6/25/81 A 18 

H 2 a/25/81 A 9 

H 2 6/27/81 B 6 

H 2 8/27/ai A 19 

H 2 12/12/81 A 4 

H 2 6/25/81 A 18 

H 2 6/17/81 C 8 



H 2 12/03/81 B 1 

S 2 12/03/81 A 6 

H 2 12/11/81 C 7 

H 2 12/24/81 B I 



H 2 5/12/81 B 5 



S 2 5/22/81 A 1 

S 2 5/25/81 A * 

S 2 5/29/81 C 1 

H 2 6/19/Bl A 15 

S 2 6/19/81 C 1 

H 2 7/24/81 B 1 

S 2 7/25/31 A 11 



S 2 5/18/81 A 5 



S 1 8/17/81 C 1 
H 2 8/18/81 A 10 

s 2 a/19/ai c 1 



H 2 7/26/81 B 



H 2 9/29/81 B 14 
H 2 10/01/81 A 4 
H 2 10/04/81 4 



5 2 7/07/81 A 3 
H 2 7/08/81 A 14 



S 2 U/ll/Bl A 12 



H 2 10/14/81 C 1 
H 2 10/17/91 B 1 
S 2 10/20/81 C I 



N V05 
N 35 1 



N 054 

E 

N 008 

N S51 

N 054 

N SSI 

N 



N U57 




N S51 

N B51 
N K90 



H 2 U/15/ei B 10 P N G19 
H 2 8/06/81 B ^ N 
H 2 9/29/81 A 10 



irnrnir 



I N D t X 



P»G6 UT 



IN 11.LUNCE fnH INOePFNOEMCE 

HCWMIT61 JiHES J". 

alJTEHS TMROh rocks. BOTTLES; IflJDRF b 
PATROLS bEEFEO UP; ARF4 OF DISTURBANCE OUIET 



(Ch«PFL HILL I 



"EACHA". CARL I. 
OP I TUARY 

•<tAOF, «ILLIAM 

A-PUTEE SUES CPCL 

MEAkSt RIChaPO OEAN I SURRY COUNTY) 
SURRY USED-CAR DEALER CHARGED 

MEfANE. AL (CHAPEL HILLl 

MS. LEWIS WITHDRAWS FROM CARR90R0 RACE 

SURPRISE CANDIDATES FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN OKANGt 

HEEANE. G. YANCEY OR. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS CATCH SCENES BENEATH THE SEA 

MEEANE. "ARY 

N.C. BOOK CLUF EXPANDS SERVICE , , „,^ ,., 

HARY MEEANE LOOKED AT LIFE AND RECORDED ALL THE DETAILS 

MEBANE - WATTS. CYNTHIA 

PROGRAM LINKS SCHOOLS. FIRMS 

MECEROD. GEORGE 

MECEROD'S PITCHING TAMES BULLS 

MEDINA, RAYMOND (hHUSTONI 

FBI REPORTS TWO CHARGED IN ALLEGED LOAN SCHEME 
BRITON PLEADS GUILTY TO FRAUO 

M60LIN. DAVID WAYNE IFRANKLIN COUNTYI 

19-YEAR-ULO MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT IN ROLESVILLE 
MAN CHARGED iN ASSAULT IS RELEASED UNDER BONO 
WAKE JUDGE CLEARS MAN OF CHARGE 
ASSAULT CHARGES DISMISSED 

MEDLIN. ERNEST EIWARO 
03 ITUARY 

MEDLIN. LEE ANDREW 
OBITUARY 

MEDLIN, TIMOTHY WATKINS IHENDERSONI 
HENDERSON WOMAN STABBED. DIES 
HAN FACES MURDER CHARGE 

MEEHAN. STEPHEN L. 

LOW MICROELECTRONICS PAY CITED 

MEEKS. IRA DAVID 

DISMISSAL OF CHARGES SOUGHT 

MEEKS LOOKING FORWARD TO ADJUSTING TO FREEDOM 

loMAN SHOT TO DEATH ON S. R0X80R0 STREET 

WOMAN SHOT DEAD ON S. ROXBORO ST. 

MAN FACES HEARING IN DEATH 

OBITUARY 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO KILLING 

MAN GETS 15-YEAR TERM FOR SLAYING OF WOMAN 

MEESE, EDWIN III 

MEESE TOURS FORT BRAGG 
PASSING PARADE 

MEGGINSGN, KEITH 

3 CHATHAM AREAS HELD SUITED FOR WASTES PLANT 

MEHLER, LEE (CHAPEL HILLl 

AIRPORT PLANS NOT OFF GROUND 

MELTON, JEROME DR. 

OFFICIALS: FEDERAL FUNDING FOR SCHOOLS TO END 

MELTZER. MORTON 

FOES OF PLANES SALE ARE BEING INTIMIDATED 

MELVIN. JIM (GREENSBOROI 

MELVIN ASKED TO SEEK OFFICE 

MENCER. LEONARD 

SUN NO FRIEND TO FUNDAMENTALISTS 

MENNIS, HELEN MERY ( H I LL SBOROUGH 1 
OBITUARY 

MENTZER, DIANE 

FIGHTING FLAB WITH FUN 

MPNTZERa JIH 

RECREATION HAY BE IN HOUSING PLAN 
HARRIS INC. OPENS NEW WAREHOUSE 

MERCER, ALICE 

WOMAN REPORTS MORNING STABBING 

HERmICEi RQ3fRT R JP 

FEDERAL JUDGE STRIKES DOWN STATE'S BABY-NAMING LAW 

HERICK, LYOA V. 

MURDOCH CEREMONY IS TODAY 

MERRICK, JOHN 

LINCOLN CENTER GROUND BROKEN 

MERRICK, LYDA MOORF 

NE« CENTER BREAKS GROUND 
LINCOLN CENTER GROUND BROKEN 
SUPPORTING BRAILLE 

MEPRITT, aGNES KNOWLFS 
OBITUARY 

merritt, cnr 

OBITUARY 

MERRITT, EBEN GuR£ 

OWNER OF STATION IN CHAPEL HILL DIES 

MERRITT, GEORGE 



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POLICE ChSSCc IHkEE 

THREE CHiBGED IN THEFT IT SCHOOL 

MERHITT, KATHY 

C»«P KALEIDOSCOPE GOES TO TEXAS 

MEBftlTT. RAYMOND LEE 

POLICE ARREST MAN ON ASSAULT CHARGE 

AND SMILE. ABOUT 

ME5CAN. LINOA (UNC-CH GOLFER) 

LINDA MESCAN LEADS UNC TO GOLF VICTORY 

MESSER. DAVID 

JAIL INMATE IS INJURED IN FALL 

MESSER, ERNEST 

TIME EBBS FOR SUNSET COMMISSION 
MESSER ASSISTANT FOR AGING 

MeSSER. ROGER 

CHAPEL HILL'S CONDITIONS ON DEVELOPER OVERRULED 

JUDGE RULES FOR DEVELOPER ON CONDOMINIUM PROJECT 

MESSER PLANS CARRRORO CAMPAIGN 

ROGER MESSER ENTERS RACE FOR CARRBORO MAYOR 

MS. LEJIS dITHORAWS FROM CARRBORO RACE 

SURPRISE CANDIDATES FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN OKANGE 

CARRBORfl CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF 

CORRECTION 

NINE CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF IN CARRBORO ELECTION 

THREE INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CaRR°ORO 

THREE COALITION INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRBORO 

MESSfKSMITH, OWEN 

COURT UPHOLDS DEATH PENALTY 

MEYER. HORST OP. 

MEYER TAKING LEAVE 

OR. MFYER ON SABBATICAL 

MEYER. PHILIP E. 

MEYER NAMED PROFESSOR 

MEYER. RUTH M, 

MRS. MEYER REAPPOINTED 
MEYER APPOINTED TO BOARD 

MEYERS. CAROLYN DR. 

EARLY REPLICA OF LOST ARK OF COVENANT DISCOVERED 
THEY STAGED OWN RAID ON 'LOST ARK* 

OUKE PROFESSORS TO SPEAK ON ANCIENT ISRAELI ARKS 
HAOASSAH WILL HONOR ORS. ERIC. CAROL MYERS 
RELIGION PROFS PLAN ARCHAEOLOGY LECTURES 

MEYERS. ERIC DR. 

OUkF JRCHEQLUGIST DATES SYNAGOGUE TO 7TH CENTURY 

NEW EXODUS DATE' DUKE. UNC SCHOLARS 0I5PUTE THEORY OF EGYPTOLOGIST 

DukE-S INFlUESCE 

archaeologist •thrilled* by catacomb discovery 
e««ly replica of lost ark of covenant discovered 
they staged dwn raid on 'lost ark" 
meyers: dig controversy coulo be begin's undoing 
Duke professors to speak on avcient Israeli arks 
haoassah will honor dps. eric. carol myers 
religion prof' plan archaeology lectures 

michael. kathryn a. 

guilty plea maof to check charge 
armed roeacrs take 1ank deposit 
herald reporter is robbed 

michaels. gail 

conserving energy does not pay 
meg wears •generic top 
mother love: give it room to grow 
they share •rewarding experience^ 

GAIL DOES NOT kEGRET HAVING HAO HER CHILDREN 
•ONE-UPMANSHIP* IS A POPULAR GAME 

mEG^S tooth Fairy IS A •CHEAP* ONE 

JUST BETWEEN YOU AND I. GAIL*S "^AD 

FOR CAMPING TRIP, SHE*LL WAIT 

SHE*D DO ANYTHING TO GET TO GO OUT TO EAT 

PHOTOGRAPHY'S NOT PHILLIP*S FORTE 

KEEPING NURSERY TAKES PATIENCE OF A SAINT 

PHILLIP*5 ICE CREAM ISN'T WORTH THE MESS 

FAN CAN'T iOJL r.AlL'S TEMPER 

GAIL: THE GREATFST CONTRIBUTION FATHER MAKES IS STILL LOVE 

THEY'RE BY NO MEANS STUPID 

*A LITTLE FIXING UP* TAKES A YEAR 

SALESMAN CAN'T GET PAST GAIL'S DOOR 

AS USUAL MEG'S READY WITH AN EXPLANATION 

CHILDREN: GAIL'S NOT EAGER TO HAVE ANY MORE 

ALONG Came Captain Chaos 

zachaoy really got into carpet 

MEG DOESN'T lack CREATIVITY 

her memory IS INCONVENIENT 

GAR: BASEBALL STRIKE GOOD FOR FAMILY LIFE 

MEG: BABIES ARE IRQUBLE 

IT'S CRUELEST BLOW TO LEARN SHE'S EXPENDABLE 

HE'LL DO IT RIGHT. BUT LATER ON 

GAIL'S NOT A FUN MOM 

ROYAL WEDDING DISAPPOINTS MEG 

IT'S NOT MONEY. IT'S CHEERIOS 

SHOEMAKFR'D NFvfR CLAIM HIM 

JEANS ARE FOR THE MALNOURISHED 

GAIL SAYS CTLUMN REALLY IS WORK 

A LITTLE JEALOUSY SPICES UP MARRIAGE 

FOR THE TIME BEING. SMITHFIELD HAS BrFNOA 

ON SHAKESPEARE'S STAGE. MEG'S THE DIRECTOR 

BEACH TRIP ISN'T A REAL VACATIOiJ 

SHE'S A PERFECTIONIST AT HEART 

IT'S A PAINFul THING TO DO 

SHE IDENTIFIES WITH FROWSY WOMEN 

MOTHERS' NEEDS ARE ALWAYS LAST 

SHE'S RIGHT; II IS AN EXCUSE 

GOLDEN Rule ISN'T EASY FOR "£0 

SIBLING RIVALRY MAKES HER WEARY 

TOLERANCE: IT SUSTAINS A MARRIAGE 

housework: GAIL HAS FOUND IT'S NEVER FINISHED 

ALL DANCER MEG WANTED WAS TO LEAP. TwIRL 

MFG*S JACK-0-LANTERN*S 'ICKY* 

MOTHERS 'WORRY ABOUT EVERYTHING' 

THEY DON'T NtEG CLOSETS AT miCmaELSFS 

ANT IC IPATI:(G SCHEMES. GAIL SAYS. IS KEY TO CH ILOPROOF ING HOME 



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5/01/31 - li/31/11 



NAMES 



SECOND cmilp Eats lollipop, stick 

SHE'S "A alCc NAMED MOTHER" 

PRODUCE JUST PAFFLE5 GAIL 

LITTLE BOYS BANNED 

SEEINO FUTURE DOESN'T SCARE HfG 

ANXIETY LEVEL HIGH AT FAMILY UEDOING 

GAIL TELLS TALE OF OELIGHT ANO PLUNDER 

GAIL HAS GONE FROM LACE TO FLANNEL 

MICHALEC. PATRICK JA"E5 
TEEN-AGERS CHARGED 
POLICE Charge THREE 

H1CHAU». H. M. "MICKEY" JR. 

NICHAUX'S DECISION WITHHELD 

REOISTRICTING: UNWANTED DURHAM COUNTY FOCAL POINT IN ASSEMBLY 

DEPARTING MICHAIJX TO DISCLOSE STANCE ON MEN ACQUITTED IN GREENSBORO 

RALLY Charges urged 

MICHAUX RFCHMMENOATION MAY BE MULLED FOR MONTHS 

MICHAUX is pleased by NEW ".Th DISTRICT 

MICHAUX BUILDS FINANCIAL BASE 

POLICE NEGLIGENCE CHARGED IN 1979 GREENSBORO DEATHS 

•<iZ FIELD NARROWING DOWN TO FIVE CANDIDATES 

FURTHER INVESTIGATION URGED IN CwP DEATHS 

MICHAUX SAYS HE'S NOT MILLIONAIRE 

H. M. MICHAUX TO DISCUSS CWP DEATHS 

MICHAUX TO IE ON PANEL ABOUT SHOOTINGS 

MICHAUX FACES TWO-HEADED DURHAM COUNTY BULL ICARTOONl 

MICHAUX, H. M. SR. 

LAND PROCFEOIMGS MAY BEGIN 
MICHAUX HONORARY DIRECTOR AT NCCU 
PEOPLE C WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

MICHIE, MARY ERwIN 
OBI TUARY 

MICKEY, PAUL DR. 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: FAMILY TRADITION 

MICKLE, JOHN 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
HIKE SIGNALS DEREGULATION 

MICKLE, TOM 

DUKE BROUGHT TO YOUNGSTERS 

DUKE SPORTS HEALTH BUILDING GETS FIRST WORKOUT TOMORROW 

SELLING CJ: DUKE PUTS RECEIVER CEDRIC JONES ON THE MARKET 

MILBY, JUNE 

DR. WOLFE GETS ANOTHER POST WITH STATE 

"IlES, GRAHAM 

JURY PROVING ALLEGATIONS WORKERS HELD AGAINST WILL 

MILES. LLOYD G. JR. 
OBITUARY 

MILES. SYLVIA WILLIS 

HOSPITAL PATIENT REPORTED MISSING 

MILES. «. A. IWARRFNTOni 

2 RUN FOR WARRENTON MAYOR 

MILGROM, RUBY BRASWELL 

HEAD Of N.C. CHILD AID PANEL DIES 

MILIO, NANCY 

WOMEN'S HEALTH PATTERNS CHANGING 

MILLER, ALFRED (NEW ORLEANSI 

N.C. MAN KILLED IN NEW ORLEANS 

MILLER. BILL 

THEFTS REPORTED 

DOCTOR OF THE PARK 

PRESS BOX ELITE: SCOREkEEPER, 



WRITERS ANO AN ANNOUNCER 



MILLER, DALE 

BATTLE LINES FORM OVER DUPLEXES IN HENDERSON 

MILLER. DANIEL (NEW JERSEYI 
AMPUTEE SUES CPCL 
AMPUTEE SUES CPCL. LANDOWNER 

MILLER, DAVE 

WOULD-BE ROBBERS WOUND ADULT BOOKSTORE EMPLOYEE 

MILLER. DAVID (CHARLOTTEI 

MAN SENTENCED IN ARMED ROBBERY 

MILLER, ENOLA R0B3 (CHAPEL HILLP 
OBITUARY 

MILLER, EULA 

HOBBY'S BACKERS WARN OF ATTACK 

i TO ATTEND RED CROSS CONFERENCE 

WOMEN'S COUNCIL TAKING FIRST STEPS 

MILLER, FELIX HICKS 
OBITUARY 

MILLER. GEORGE 

DURHAM GETS TO CONTINUE METHOD OF ABC SELECTION 

CONCERNS WELL-FOUNDED 

SENATE GETS BILL TO HIKE CREDIT CARD RATES 

BOARD CANDIDATES QUIZZED ON MERGER 

HOUSE APPROVES MILLER'S BILL 

LEGISLATORS SAY PEOPLE ARE CRITICAL OF GAS TAX 

A MAN OF MYSTERY WHO KNOWS WAY AROUND LEGISLATURE 

MILLER Favors cap on auto insurance rates 

DUKE minister backs BILL TO RAISE DRINKING AGE 

Child saffty restraint bill passes in house 

TEACHERS' suspension BILL PASSED 

MILLER SPONSORS bILL TO MAKE DID RIGGING A FELONY IN N.C. 

RULING MJY HELP INDIGENT BILL 

SID-RIGGING bILL IS EXPANDED 

BILL TO ALLOW SUSPENSION Of INVESTIGATED TEACHERS 

BID-RIGGING BILL CLEARS COMMITTEE 

PARENTS' RIGHT TO LAWYER ENDORSED BY COMMITTEE 

HOUSE UNANIMOUSLY ENDORSES TOUGH BID-RIGGING BILL 

PRECIOUS METALS BILL DuESTIONEO 

RESTRAINT BILL BACKED 

MILLER RAPS PAVING GROUP FOR LETTER ON BIO-RIGGING 

AREA LEGISLATORS SPLIT ON GAS TAX 

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S ? 


6/09/81 


r 






N 


noa 


H 7 


6/09/81 


P. 




P 


N 




H ? 


6/10/91 


A 


70 




N 




H 7 


6/11/91 


h 






N 




H 7 


6/12/91 


H 


\r 




N 




H 2 


6/12/91 


H 






N 




H 7 


6/13/81 


A 


a 


P 


N 


G'>3 


H 7 


6/13/81 


A 


1 




N 


(.S( 


H 2 


6/14/81 





A 




E 





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honthly/an 



N U * L 



INDEX 
12/31/31 



NAMES 



P4GE 150 
1/11/82 



mtuse apprgvh'; 
bill "ill limi 

BID-BI&GINii il 
UMVe^SAL LIFF 
PATERNAL I5T1C 
A^SfMPLY ENACT 
CMlLO RESTRAIN 
PANEL OKS PPOP 
NOT hORTm I-IT 
CHILD RESTRA IN 
WORK IN PROGRE 
LAuMAK ING LAkY 
URONG UORO 
CHILD SEAT ail 
MIDHIVES OLIE A 
INSURANCE dlLL 

ASSEMBLY Enact 

PLAYING mORD '". 
RALEIGH wRAP-U 
REPS. MILLER A 
STATE TO PRE-f 
JILSDN: NCaE w 
SAFETY BOARD S 
SPAULDING NOT 
RR GATES REOuE 
vEPCO EXPECTS 
DURHAM LEGISLA 
ROYALL. HUNT D 
MILITANCY OF E 
MILLEP PREDICT 
FUND SOLICITOR 
SENATE ENDS SF 



•FIRST IN FLIGH 
T CONSIRuCTIGN C 
LL IS AMENDED 

'JEODING BILL SI 
LA«S ERODE FREED 
5 MIDWIFERY BILL 
T MEASURE ADVANC 
OSAL TO RAISE SA 
AT ING 

ER SEAT BILL HIT 
SS BILL APPEARS 
EPS DECREASING 1 



LICENSE PLATES 
HARGES 



Of TRACKED 
OM 

£S 

LES TA* 

S SENATE OPPOSITION 

DEAD 

N GENERAL ASSEMBLY 



L OK'O 
CHANCE 
IS PAS 
S 61D-R 
AMES 
P: HOW 
ND PULL 
MPT CIT 
ANTS PO 
ALUTING 
aSkED T 
STED 
Tn HOLD 
TORS UR 
IFFER 
OUCATOR 
S MUCH 
S FACE 
ARCH FO 



BY SENATE 

SEO OVER VICKERY'S OBJECTIONS 
IGGING BU 



YOUR LEGI 
EY KEY IN 
Y"S METAL 
WER STRUC 

MILLER 
RALE IGH 

PRICE Hi 
GE SHORT 

MAIN IS 
S GROUP M 
ACTIVITY 
TIGHTER L 
R GREATER 



ILL 

slators voted on The issues 
on legal issues 

5 LAW 

TORE'S ATTENTION 



MEETING 

KES TO INFLATION RATE 
SESSION 
SOES 

AY BACKFIRE. LEGISLATORS SAY 
ON RETISTR ICTING FROM LEGISLATORS 
AWS IN M.C. 
BALANCE 



MILLER. JIMMY (U. OF VA. BASKETBALL PLATERl 
MILLER'S TIME NO FUN FOR DUKE 



LLE 
MAGES 



COUNTY. a'.-61 

M COLLEGE NEIGHBOR 



millfr. joe 

FBI. SEC PRObf PLANT IN PINEVI 

MILLER. JOHN N- OH. 

11.75 MILLION IS AWARDED IN DA 

MILLER. KAY 

DUKE TO CONTINUE HEALTH TALKS 

MILLER. KEN 

CHAPEL HILL OVERWHELMS SCOTLAN 
TIGERS' BLUEPRINT BORROWED FRO 

MILLER. MARTY ERIC IGREENVILLEI 

MAN PULLED OUT OF BURNING CAR 

MILLER. MARVIN 

aOWIE AT THE BAT 

MILLER. N. ANDREW DR. lASHEVILLEl 
Two REAPPOINTED 

MILLER. PAUL 

JAILER WILL MISS FRIENDSHIPS 

MILLER. PERRY 

ESCAPES ELECTROCUTION 

MILLER. STACY 

STORY OF PREMATURE BABY WAS SHO 

MILLER. STEVE 

HEADING OFF TERROR ISTS 

MILLER. TYES IGOLDSBOROI 

BOGUS BILLS SAID PASSED 

MILLIGAN. MARY VANN 

WRECK TURNS OUT SOME CITY LIGHT 

MILLS. 30BBY LEE 

MAN INOICTEn ON 5 CHARGES STEM 
JUDGE RULES OUT DEATH PENALTY 

MILLS. JIM 

MILLS: EJECTIONS MILL DRAW FIN 

MILLS. KIRBY IGREENVILLEI 

GREENVILLE MAN SHOT AFTER CHAS 

HILLS. LINOA 

OFFICIAL DENIES HE FIRED SECRE 

MILLS. OTIS J. (APEX) 

OBITUARY: OTIS MILLS 

MILLS. RAVY JR. 

17-YEAR-QLO CRITICALLY BURNED. 

TWO STILL CRITICAL AFTER HEAIE 

APARTMENT BLAZE HURTS THREE ON 

FIRE INJURIES CLAIM BATTS 

YOUNG MAN DIES OF BURNS SUFFERED IN WEEKEND FIRE 

MILLS. RAVY SR. 

17-yEAR-OLO critically BURNED. 

TWO STILL CRITICAL AFTER HEATE 

APARTMENT BLAZE HURTS THREE ON 

FIRE INJURIES CLAIM BATTS 

YOUNG MAN DIES OF BURNS SUFFERED IN WEEKEND FIRE 

HOUSE-FIRE VICTIM DIES 

OBITUARY 

MILLS, wILPUR 

MILLS TO SPEAK AT DUKE INSTITU 



MING FROM 1")73 KILLINGS 
IN RALEIGH CASE 



ES 

£ 

lARY 



Two OTHERS INJURED IN APT. FIRE 
R FIRE 
GUTHRIE AVENUE 



TWO OTHERS INJURED IN APT. FIRE 
R F IRE 
GUTHRIE AVENUE 



MILNER. CARL ALFRED lEDENI 

MINISTER HELD hISTaGE DURING R 



MIMS. ALETA FAVE 

POLICE PROOF 3 DURHAM SHUQIING 



MIMS. MELISA MICHELLE 

POLICE PROBING Two ACCIDENTS 



MINCEY. SALLIE DIXON I H ILL SBOROUGHI 
obituary: MRS. SALLIE DIXON MI 



MINISH. LARRY V. 

WANTED MAN DROPPED IN ON OFFIC 



MINNIER. wILMA 



TE 

08BERY SHOT 

S 

NCEY 
ERS 











I T 




N F 








L Y 




p n 


DATE 




PG 


L P 


9YL 


H 2 


6/20/Rl 




9 


N 




S 2 


6/22/Rl 




1 


N 


K90 


H 2 


6/24/8I 




8 


N 




H 2 


6/2'./ei 




14 


N 




H 2 


6/25/91 




5 


L 




H 2 


6/25/81 




2 


N 




H 2 


6/26/81 




7 


N 




H 2 


6/26/ei 




4 


N 




S 2 


6/26/81 




4 


E 




H 2 


6/27/91 




1 


N 


C53 


S 2 


6/27/8 




3 


N 


K90 


H 2 


6/28/8 




1 


N 


G53 


H 2 


5/29/8 




4 


E 




H 2 


7/01/81 




I 


N 


G53 


S 2 


7/01/81 




4 


E 




H 2 


7/02/81 




1 


P N 


G53 


H 2 


7/02/81 




7 


N 




S 2 


7/06/81 




4 


E 




H 2 


7/l')/91 




10 


N 


G53 


H 2 


7/19/81 





1 


P F 


G53 


H 2 


7/31/81 


fl 


1 


N 


W36 


H 2 


3/21/91 


e 


I 


P N 


G5 3 


H 2 


8/27/81 


c 


6 


P N 




H 2 


9/03/91 


3 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/09/81 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/17/81 


A 


7 


N 




S 2 


9/2'./11 


c 


1 


N 


S83 


H 2 


10/0 1/8 1 


A 


1 


N 


G53 


S 2 


10/12/91 


c 


5 


N 




S 2 


10/15/91 


A 


1 


N 


S83 


S 2 


10/20/91 


A 


1 


N 


S93 


S 2 


10/30/91 


A 


1 


N 


S83 


S 2 


12/10/81 


C 


2 


P F 


F25 


H 2 


7/26/ai 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


11/25/91 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


a/30/ai 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


12/09/91 


B 


3 


N 




H 2 


12/18/91 


C 


2 


P F 


M71 


H 2 


8/23/91 


A 


10 


N 




S 2 


5/27/91 







P W 


F25 


H 2 


12/10/81 


a 




N 




S 2 


5/16/81 


A 




P F 


U5 7 


S 2 


a/25/81 


B 




P P 




H 2 


7/09/81 






L 




S 2 


7/04/91 






E 




H 2 


lO/OI/Sl 




14 


N 




H 2 


12/13/91 






P N 


A54 


H 2 


1 1/11/81 




10 


N 




H 2 


12/20/81 






N 




H 2 


5/25/81 






N 


mTI 


S 2 


7/23/91 




a 


N 




H 2 


7/01/81 




14 


N 




H 2 


5/05/ai 




6 







H 2 


10/04/81 






P N 


A54 


H 2 


10/05/91 






N 




S 2 


10/05/91 






N 




S 2 


10/06/91 






N 




H 2 


10/07/81 






N 




H 2 


10/04/91 






P N 


A54 


H 2 


10/05/81 






N 




S 2 


10/05/81 






N 




S 2 


10/06/81 






N 




H 2 


0/07/81 






N 




S 2 


0/30/81 




10 


N 




H 2 


0/31/81 











H 2 


7/22/81 




1 1 


P N 




H 2 


11/21/91 






N 




S 2 


12/05/91 






N 




S 2 


10/21/91 






N 




H 2 


5/24/81 




2,- 







H 2 


10/30/81 




19 


N 





MONTMLY/ANMUAL INDEX 6V NAHES PAGE 15 1 

5/01/81 - W/31/ai l/ll/fli 



MEN IU«N Ij ■i.iK5I'JG PnOFfcSSION 

"I'lMS. HELEN "EUrL IMULSBOPOUGHI 
OOITUASY 

HiNncTiE. ;era joaoaiN 

OBITUARY 

HINOB. JOSEPHINE (Chapel hILLI 
OBITUARY 

HINOR. LARRY 

PROGRAM CAN CUT GAS USE 

MINOR, TERRY 

TENNESSEE PAIR REPORTEDLY FILES 'U MILLION SUIT AGAINST CLFMSON 

MITCHELL. ANN REE 

HER SCULPTURE WORKS MAGIC 

MlTCHELLt ANNIE "AUOE 

OBITUARY: MRS. ANNIE MITCHELL 

MITCHELL, ARTHUR 

DANCE GROUP G»EW Out of KING'S DEATH 
DANCE THEATER HAS POISE, STRENGTH 

MITCHELL, BRUCE 

FIRST finish; 

MITCHELL, BURLEY 

PCa DUMPING SUIT PLANNED 

PAIBGL OFFICIALS UPSET BY LAW BANNING OUOTAS 

CITIZENS' ROLF AGAINST CRIME GROWS 

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA LAM HAVING EFFECT 

MITCHELL, DOROTHY CORNELIA 
OBITUARY 

MITCHELL, EDGAR D. L ANITA 

APOLLO ASTRONAUT TOURS MUSEUM 

ANITA AND ED MITCHELL WORK WELL TOGETHER 

MITCHELL, GEORGE 

LAST ROUND? DURHAM BOXING PROGRAM FACES UNCERTAIN FUTURE 

MITCHELL, MATTIE MAE IGREENSBOROI 
OBI TuARY 

MITCHELL, JACK 

FOLKS AROUND HE»E: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

MITCHELL. LALLIE 
OBITUARY 

MITCHELL, LUCIAS 

NORFOLK STATE AIDE SEES SILVER LINING IN CONTROVERSY 
NORFOLK STATE COaCH RESIGNS AFTER VIOLATIONS FOUND 

MITCHELL, RAYE IPERSON CO. I 

POSITIVE Changes seen for girls 

MITCHELL, RICHARD A. "MITCH" 

GOVERNOR appoints MITCHELL TO BOARD 
MITCHELL GETS BOARD TERM 

MITCHELL, ROBERT CHRISTOPHER 

MAN STANDING IN ROAD KILLEJ 

NO Charges filed in fatality 

mitchell. steve 

retarded man helps rescue sister in pool 
handicapped nephew a hero 

RESCUE WINS citation 
MITCHELL GETS HERO AWARD 
HANDICAPPED HERO 
SETTING GOOD EXAMPLES 

MITCHELL. THORNTON W. OR. 

N.C. ARCHIVIST TO RETIRE SATURDAY 

MITTERRAND. FRANCOIS 

FRANCE TURNS TO THE LEFT 

MITTERRAND ELECTED (CARTOONI 

EUROPE'S COMMUNISTS - THEY ARE A MIXED BAG 

ARC DE TRIOMPHE OE MITTERRAND ICARTOONI 

MWELL. WILMER 

MUELL TO SHARE AGRICULTURE JOB 

MOCK. JOSPFmINE K. ICHAPEL HILLI 

WHAT'S WRONG WITH A BLACK SANTA CLAUS? 

MODEST. EDWARD DR. 

BOWMAN GRAY RETURNS MONEY JO U.S. AGENCY 

MOE. OOUG 

'THAR'S GOLD IN THEM THAR HEELS' 

MOE. JEFFREY ICHAPEL HILL) 

COOKOUT: HE hINS COMPETITION U I Tm STUFFED PORK CHOPS 

MOHR, ROBERT E. REV. 

MINISTER NAMED TO CHRIST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 

MOIZE. JOE M. lauRLlNGTON) 

BURLINGTON TO HAVE PRIMARY FOR MAYOR 
MOIZE OUT OF BURLINGTON RACE 

MONOS, MALCOLM 
OBITUARY 

MONOSCHEIN, MARK L. 

MONDSChEIN GETS AWARD 

MONK, ABE 

CONTRACTOR IS CONVICTED 
CONTRACTOR GETS 3-YEAR PROBATION 

HQNROE, COLEMAN EARL 

DURHAM MAN FACES CHARGES FOR HEROIN 

MONROE. ERNEST HILL 

OBITUARY: ERNEST H. MONROE 

MONROE. MINNIE BELLE WILLIAMSON 



N E 
P D 


DATE 


C 


PG 


I 

L 
L 


T 

Y 
P 


■iYl 


S 2 


7/15/fl 


C 


15 




N 




H ! 


10/1<./81 


A 


9 









H 2 


ll/0<./31 


A 


ID 









H 2 


12/21/ai 


a 


10 









S 2 


1 1/19/81 


c 


1 




N 


sa3 


H 2 


12/21/81 


a 


2 




N 




H 2 


6/05/81 


B 


2 




F 


P3D 


H 2 


ti/l2/81 


c 


10 









H 2 
S 2 


(./24/81 
6/2'./8l 


8 
A 


1 
9 


P 
P 


N 
R 


P66 
F57 


H 2 


U/02/91 


6 


I 


P 


P 


T37 


H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
M 2 


5/2<./81 

5/2',/81 

lO/l-i/BI 

12/25/81 


A 
C 

c 

B 


1 

1 
1 
I 


p 


N 
N 
N 
N 


S83 


H 2 


12/06/81 


c 


6 









H 2 
H 2 


10/07/81 
I0/0'5/8I 


C 
fl 


5 
2 


P 
P 


N 

F 


W2<. 
S56 


H 2 


u/oa/Ri 


c 


1 


p 


p 


G19 


H 2 


3/27/81 


A 


19 









H 2 


10/21/81 


B 


1 


n 


u 




H 2 


12/28/81 


B 


6 









H 2 
H 2 


10/28/81 
10/31/81 


C 

E 


3 

2 




F 
N 


G19 


H 2 


9/20/81 


B 


12 




N 


S71 


S 2 

H 2 


9/25/81 
9/26/Bl 


A 

a 


7 




N 
N 




H 2 

H 2 


7/13/81 
7/14/81 


B 

A 


1 
9 


p 



N 




H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 

Vz 


6/25/31 
6/26/81 

9/1 /ni 
9/1 /ai 

9/17/81 
9/19/81 


B 
A 
B 
A 
A 
A 


1 

i, 

1 

15 


p 

p 


N 
L 
N 
N 
E 
E 


A54 


S 2 


10/29/81 


B 


4 


p 


F 




H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


5/13/81 
5/ 3/81 
5/ 9/81 
6/18/81 


A 
A 
A 
A 


4 
4 
<, 
4 


T 
T 


E 
T 

1 


R56 
R56 


H 2 


5/17/81 


A 


7 




N 




S 2 


12/17/81 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


11/11/81 


A 


1 1 




N 




H 2 


8/30/81 


B 


I 


P 


F 


M71 


H 2 


10/22/81 


C 


1 


P 


F 


S56 


M 2 


10/17/81 


A 


9 


P 


N 




H 1 
H 1 


9/05/81 
10/07/81 


C 
B 


1 
1 




N 
N 




H 2 


7/29/81 


C 


4 









S 2 


9/21/Sl 


C 


3 




N 




H 2 
S 2 


10/21/81 
10/22/81 


A 
B 


10 
6 




N 
N 


B51 


S 2 


6/25/81 


A 


15 




N 




H 2 


5/13/81 


A 


1 1 










'"* ' -" "~^— "-— 



MONTHLY/A ''^■>|„V,= ,'■ 



I N D e X 

u/31/ni 



P4CE 15J 



NONBOEt aiCHlKD M. r. REV. 
OaiTuiRY 

MONS'^AN, GESALO oh. 

DUKE PROFS PRDNOTED 

XONSON.^ROBERT^^ PRINCIPAL DENIES RACIAL CHARGES 

"'"'"fnuRT^ClFf ICIAL'S SOM-IN-LAH HIRED AS COUNSELOR 

COuSf OFFICut'S SQN-IN-tAW RESIGNS COUNSELING JOB 

COURTS' DIRECTOR OUITS 

2 N.C. OFFICIALS RESIGN 

MONTAGUE. MARILYN 

MONTAGUES BASK IN EEAUTY OF TREE 

MONTROSE. FRANK 
Q3ITUARY 

MOOOY,^G|ORGF_ ^^^^ ^^^. ^^^^ COACHES TRADE BARBS. PREDICTIONS 

MQOOY, H. E. ICARRflOROI ^„ , _^ 

CITY RESIDENTS ARE TAXED TalCE 

MOODY, ^JOSFPH „g„,5,„,^T,^c p^.NS ATTACKED AS UNFAIR TO BLACKS 

MOODY, MICHELLE (CALO-ELL COUNTY! 

MAN fACFS MURDER, ASSAULT CHARGES 

MOON. JIM 



J. DR. (CHAPEL HILL I 



FANTASIES AND LANDSCAPES ARE FEATURED IN NEW SHOwS 

81 



" "'ten FRESHMEN WORTH WATCHING 



""""^JoriMsr STUDIES Cherokee cures 

"°°'^'JSr"l Slj^RaY^gSL^D RACK TEXTBOOK SUITS 

??Sf?51''fE5n^Si''sE:?^??OrMrTSSgTo^T be altered 

VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS 

PARENTS TO GET TEXTBOOK PACKETS ^,^^,„ 

PORfJGRAPHY FIGHT TO RE GROUP'S BIGGEST 

MOLALITY AND THE LIBRARY .,,uTr 

FalwELL: a.nT1-a«!0RTI0N DRIVE LIKE CIVIL RIGHTS 

MORIl MAJORITY TIE BOOSTS FAST-GROWING CHURCH 

BY ANY NAME, IT'S CnNTROVERSIAL 

SENATE BILL OK 'CLEARS AIR- ON SCHOOL PRAYER 

ACADEMIC DICTATORS IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

MOONEYHAM, JERAL L. 

RFMEMPER HIROSHIMA 

HOORF, AARON M. DR. 

LINCOLN CENTER GROUND BROKEN 

MOORE, ALVERETTA JEFFERSON I2E3ULONI 

TRAGIC WRECK SMOCKS FRANKLIN RESIDENTS 

MOORE, ALVIN 

BULLS SLOWED &Y RAIN 

MOORE LEADS BULLS INTO RACE FOR DIVISION TITLE 
MOORE LEADS BULLS INTO RACE FOR DIVISION TITLE 
MOORE, SMITH PACE DURHAM 

MODRF, ANNE 

HANDS CONTINUF TO GO UP IN DURHAM 
MANY PROVED THEY CARE ENOUGH TO SHARE 

MOORE, AVY BRAY ISOUTH BOSTON, VIRGINIAI 
OBITUARY: AVY MOORE 

MuCRE. BERNICE PEN'l 

LEAF MUSEUM PLANNED IN REIOSVILLE 

MOORE, BILLY J. IBURLINGTONI 

BURLINGTON MAN KILLED IN WRECK 

MOORE, BRYANT 

JOIN The CLUB, JIMMY GREEN 

MOORE, BUDDY H. IZEBULONl , ^ ^, 

TRAGIC WRECK SHOCKS FRANKLIN RESIDENTS 

MOORE, CALVIN 

MURDER CONVICTION UPHELD ,„. „,rT,^„, 

N.C. APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS DURHAM DEATH CONVICTIONS 

MOORE, Charles itrenton, n.j.i 

ESCAPEE CALLED 1 model CITIZEN 

man who hid in DURHAM 'Full of wubries' day he ran 

ESCAPEE EARNS MERCY 

MOORE WON'T SPEND CHRISTMAS IN N.C. JAIL 

MOORE, CHARLES ROBERT AND FRANCES IBERTIE CO. I 
2 PEOPLE ARE SLAIN IN BERTIE 

MOORE, DANIEL K. 

MR. HUNT'S RECORD 

MOORE, DAVID IWINSTON-SALEMI 

ALLEGATIONS OF DRUG USE: DENIAL OF BENEFITS APPEALED 



THAT IS. 



. I 



MOORE, EOWARD LOUIS 

POLICF Charge man after fatal shooting 

MAN SHOT, KILLED TRYING TO ENTER APT. 

FEW GARDENS MAN INDICTED IN DEATH OF ALLEGED INTRUDER 

DURHAM MAN FACES MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE 



MOORE, 



POSTAL OFFICIALS URGE BUYING STAMPS EARLY 

POLITICIAN, ONE A VOLUNTEER 



MOORE, jEANELLE C. 

ONE WAS A SOCIAL WORKER, ONE WAS 



S I T 

N F ELY 

P DATE C PC L P RYL 



H 2 7/01/91 A I! 

H 2 7/l<./81 A 1 I 

H 2 7/OJ/81 C II 

H 2 S/O-i/ei C 6 



H 2 5/20/m C a 

H 2 5/23/91 A I 1 

H 2 5/30/81 A 5 

S 2 5/30/81 A 1<. 



H 2 12/20/81 E !<. P F G78 

H 2 U/2'./81 B 5 

H 2 a/l'/Bl B 2 P N M71 

H 2 11/01/81 A 5 L 

H 2 9/17/81 A 1 N 

S 2 10/12/81 C 5 N 

H 2 10/16/81 Oil R G69 

S 2 9/02/81 B 1 N F25 

S 2 12/2<./91 A 5 N 



S 2 5/l<./fll A I N 008 

H 2 5/2'./81 ". L 

H 2 6/02/81 A 10 N 

H 2 6/06/81 A <. L 

S 2 6/18/81 A 7 

S 2 l/C/Bl C 1 

H 2 9/1'i/ni A 5 

H 2 9/19/81 C 1 P N 

H 2 9/26/81 A 7 P N 

H 2 11/10/81 A 10 

S 2 11/18/81 C 1 

H 2 12/16/81 A 5 



N OOP 

N Doa 

L 



N DOB 



H 2 8/20/ai A 4 
H 2 7/09/81 B 1 
H 2 lO/Cl/ai A 14 



L 

N W2'> 

N L30 



S 2 6/02/81 B 2 P N R66 

H 2 6/05/81 C 2 N M71 

H 2 6/05/81 C 2 N M71 

S 2 6/11/81 C 2 N 



H 2 8/02/81 2 
H 2 12/25/81 A <. 



H 2 5/02/81 8 8 

H 2 a/03/81 A 12 

H 2 10/06/81 a 10 

H 2 10/17/81 A 4 

H 2 10/01/91 A 14 



H 2 11/18/81 C 1 
S 2 11/18/81 A 16 



H 2 12/16/81 A 9 

H 2 12/17/81 A 1 

S 2 12/17/81 A 4 

H 2 12/23/81 B t 



N 

L 

N L30 

N 
N 



N L25 

E 

N R51 



H 2 10/08/81 A 17 N 

H 2 10/18/81 4 E 

H 2 5/25/81 B 7 N 

H 2 U/06/81 1 P F W66 

S 2 a/01/01 A 1 N 

H 2 a/02/81 CI N 

H 2 ll/12/Rl B 1 N A54 

S 2 11/12/81 A 7 N 

S 2 10/27/81 B J N S83 

H 2 12/06/81 E 11 P N 



MOnRE, JEFFREY J. ILAKE FOREST, ILl 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL [NOE 

i/Ol/Ul - 12/31/9 



JUDGE OSDERS FIVE MEN RELEASED IN DRUG CASE 

MOORE, JOHNNY 

PRESS BOX ELITE: SCIftEKEEPER . WRITERS AND AN ANNOUNCER 

HOORF. HALVIN 

COUNTY PANELS' LACK OF BLACKS RAPPED 

MOORE. MARGARET T. 

ARTICLE AIDED PLANT SALE 

MOORE. MAY LAPORTE IAL6KAN0SIA. VAI 

rtER OMN PROPERTY, AND SHE CAN'T SELL 

MOORE. MICHAEL «AYNE 

BANK oOBbERY CHARGE FILFO 

MOORE. ORSBY "BUD" 

OBITUARY: ORSBY MOORE 

MOORE. PEARL NEAL 
OBITUARY 

MOORE. ROBERT (OUiJham HIGH STUOENTl 
THEY ALSO SERVE. . . 



NAMES 



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1/11/(12 



.OMAN'S CONVICTION STAND 



MOORE, ROBERT LEE 

COURT LETS TAB HEEL 

MOORE, ROBERT Ha. ANI MRS. 
SERVICE AWARD 

MOORE, RON 

DUKE, UNION NEGOTIATORS REACH ACCORD 

HOORF, SARAH 

INTERCLUa CHAt 



P IS SARAH MOORE 



MOORE, THOMAS 

MOORE GETS 15 YEARS 

MOORE, VIC 

BIDS "EET LINCOLN CENTER ESTIMATES 

MOORHEAO, JOHN L. 

TEER COMPLAINS ABOUT HERALD STORY 

MOORMAN, JULIAN P. 

•JUST SINNERS. ..LIKE I AM- 

MORAN. JOSEPH C. 

HUMAN RIGHTS AT HEART OF DEmQCKACY 
RUSSIANS HAVE REASON TO OOUBT U.S.. REAGAN 
U.S. LOVES PEACE; RUSSIA IS OISHONEIT 
SHOE'S ON THE OTHER FOOT 

MOREAU. (lAVlD 

CANE CREEK CONDITIONS ARE ACCEPTED 

MOBEOOCK. LYNN 

IT'S SO NICE TO HAVE BIG CATS AROUND THE HQUS6 

MOREFIELD. MICHELLE 

REPENTAMT THIEF SEEKS MAIL-ORDER FORGIVENESS 

MOREHEAD. EUGENE 

HOW TIMES 00 CHANGE: many souls WERE SAVED 

MOREHEAD. JOHN MOTLEY (FORMER N.C. GOVERNORI 

HOW TIMES 00 CHANGE: PUSHED RAILROAD BILL 

MORGAN, CHUCK 

UMP'S PARTNERS ALL "OUT* 

MORGAN. DAN 

FURS FIND A NICHE IN TRIANGLE 

MORGAN. GUY 

MORGAN OUT FOR YEAR? 

MORGAN. J. P. (CENTRAL PRISON CHAPLAINI 
CENTRAL PRISON HAS SERVICE 

MORGAN. J. P. (RICHMOND. VA.I 

CONSULTANT TO EVALUATE ROXBORO POLICE FORCE 

ROABORO COUNCIL TO GET REPORT ON POLICE OCT. 2 

ROABORO GETS EVALUATION OF POLICE 

ROXaOBO COUNCIL TO AIR EVALUATION 

ROXBORO POLICE CHIEF IS GIVEN MORE AUTHORITY 

WHY ALL THE SECRECY? 

MORGAN. JEFFERSON D. 

CHAMBER SELECTS MORGAN 
CIVIC AFFAIRS CHIEF NAMED 

MORGAN, JOF A. 

LAST-DAY FILINGS ASSURE MORE COUNCIL PRIMARIES 

FILING Ends; ?i vie for city offices 

JOE A. MORGAN for city council AT LARGE 

candidates wefoing selves out 

tom campbell leads in gifts 

jenkins' treasurer misses filing oeadline 

candidates: services extension boon to city 

city candidates oppose regulating conversions 

candidates: changrs neeteo in city's tax base 

candidates in tuesday's pfllmary give vifws on issues 

mayor second in vote count 

Clouo watchers Outnumber pull watchers on 'Slow' day 

campbell not yet sure of ward 1 opponent 

candidates spar qver downtown development 

group backs candidates 

group endorses '> city candidates 

meet the candidates - 5: the at-large race 

rodenhizer, markham clash at fjrum 

at-large hopefuls: services must be provided 

sloan: durham moving sideways, not forwaho 

religious group backs candidates in i, races 

mayor, council candidates face the issues 

blacks, liberals put four on city council 

endorsements, turnout keys in council races 

morgan, john r06ert 

trash truck crushes chapel hill woman 
garbage truck kills woman 
official says driver was not at fault 
truck driver hill face no charges 



E 



1 

DATE C 


PG 


2 


")/Da/ai B 


9 


2 


9/U/91 e 


1 



H 2 5/05/81 A 9 N 

H 2 5/On/31 A <, L 

H 2 a/0<./Bl A 4 E 

H 2 lO/OB/81 A 22 N 

H 2 5/15/Rl C 9 

H ? 9/09/81 A 10 



S 2 9/15/91 9 



H 2 n/17/ai e i* 



N 



H 2 6/1 1/81 A 13 P P R9I 

H 2 7/02/81 B 1 N S5l 

H 2 9/03/81 D 3 P N 

S 2 7/13/81 A 7 N 

S 2 6/10/91 C 1 N H0<. 

H 2 5/D5/81 A 9 N 

H 2 6/l'./81 AH F 



S 2 7/13/81 

S 2 U/23/81 

S 2 12/16/81 

H 2 12/17/91 



H 2 7/23/81 B 1 



H 2 



9/09/ei E 1 P F B30 



H 2 10/15/81 B 
S 2 10/16/81 A 



I N A5<. 
1". U 0<,3 



S 2 10/02/81 C 6 P U 0*3 



S 2 8/22/81 A 9 P U R66 



S 2 12/22/81 B 
S 2 12/09/81 B 



1 P F A15 

2 P N 



H 2 12/26/81 B 1 



N 



H 1 


7/18/91 


C 




N HbO 


H 1 


9/19/81 


c 




N 


H 2 


10/03/81 


A 




N L3a 


H 1 


io/i<./ei 


c 




N L30 


H I 


12/09/91 


B 




N 


S 2 


12/12/81 


A 




E 


S 2 


8/2<./ei 


C 


1 P 


N 583 


H 2 


8/26/91 


A 




N 


S 2 


9/0'./91 


A 


1 P 


N K90 


H 2 


9/05/81 


C 


i p 


N W36 


H 2 


9/27/91 


A 


3 P 


A 


H 2 


9/28/91 


A 




N S51 


H 2 


9/30/91 


a 




N S51 


S 2 


9/30/91 


C 




N K90 


S 2 


10/01/91 


c 




N K90 


S 2 


10/02/91 


c 




N K90 


S 2 


10/03/81 


A 




N K90 


H 2 


10/04/81 


A 


1 P 


N 


H 2 


10/07/81 


A 




N S51 


H 2 


10/07/81 


B 


1 P 


N S36 


S 2 


10/07/81 


A 




N K90 


H 2 


10/14/81 


c 




N 551 


H 2 


10/16/91 


A 




N SSI 


S 2 


10/16/91 


c 




N K90 


H 2 


10/29/91 


B 




G 


H 2 


10/30/91 


B 


1 P 


N 551 


S 2 


10/30/91 


c 




G K90 


S 2 


10/30/81 


c 




N K90 


H 2 


10/31/91 


B 




N S51 


H 2 


11/01/81 





1 P 


F 


H 2 


11/04/81 


A 


I P 


N G53 


S 2 


U/04/ai 


A 


1 P 


N K90 


S 2 


7/13/81 


A 


/ 


N E46 


H 2 


7/14/81 


B 




N 


H 2 


7/16/81 


B 




N 


S 2 


7/16/91 


C 




N 



mm 



>iONTHLY/A 



INDEX 

u/)i/ai 



NAMES 



one 



P«G6 15* 

i/n/82 



S 1 T 

E I Y 

C PG L P BVL 



MOBCiN. LUCV C»LI5TA 

P6NLAND SCHOOL fOUNOER 

MORGAN. MELZEB A. JR. IREID 
RE105VILLE MAN IS NAME 

MORGAN* MIRA BARBER 
OBITUARY 

MORGAN* NEIL 

KAGAN HONQREO AT 'LITE 

MORGAN* RALPH 0. 

OBITUARY; RALPH D. MORC 

MORGAN, ROBERT (FORMER SENA 
MORGAN DOES AN AbOUT F 
RULES on NOT SLDCK MQR 
MORGAN SHflULD SAY NO 
EAST CRITICIZES MORGAN 
MORGAN BITTER THhARO H 
HELMS SAYS -ORGAN 'OUT 
MORGAN CANOIOATF FOR E 

MORGAN NOT Ruling out 

MORGAN SAYS HE DOESN'T 
morgan: REAGAN USING "' 

MORGAN* SAMUEL TATE (FORMER 
MORGAN'S DREAMS REALIZ 

MORPHIS, MILLIE GREEN 

DEATHS AND FUNERALS 

MORftTN* PAUL 

3 ATTACK MAN, GET BILLF 

MORRIS* AOELLA M. 

OBITUARY: ADELLA MORRIS 



TO DISTRICT 17A JUDGESHIP 



flARY LOVE FEAST' 



TORI 

ACe 

GAN FROM CASE 

ON FBI 
ELMS OVFR CAMPAIGN 

OF HIS MIND' 
CU CHANCELLOR 
ECU CHANCELLOR' S POST 

fcANT POST 
EAT AX 

OWNER OF BENNETT PLACE I 
EO 58 YEARS AGO 



PHISTICATION 
IONS 



UNC FACES TENNIS QUEST 
ECTA WINNERS 

MORRIS* ANITA 

DURHAM GAL IS REALLY C 
SHINING ON ThF great W 

MORRIS, ERVIN LINDSEY 

BURLINGTON MAN CHARGED 

MORRIS, HUBERT 

MERCHANTS CONFUSED BY 

MORRIS, J. B. DR. 

CHIROPRACTORS HONOR MO 

MORRIS, JIMMY 

FREE-ROAMING OOGS FLAG 

MORRIS, JOHN 

OFFICIALS WATCH MATER 

MORRIS* PAUL w. 

DEATHS ANO Funerals 

"ORRIS. 'W- 

SASEBALL'S A BUSINESS 

PRESS BOX ELITE: SCasEKEEPEB . WRITERS AND AN ANNOUNCER 

TO ThF sports EDITOR 

MJRRISON* DONALD P. (DUNN! 
POLICE OFFICER IN DUNN 



OOKIN' 
HITE WAY 



IN STABBI'lG 
PARAPHERNALIA LAW 
RRIS 

UE DURHAM DESPITE LEASH LAW 
SUPPLIES 



OUITS AFTER DISPUTE 



MORRISON. ELSIE lt»WIN 

N.C. SUPREME COURT nvE 
BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES 

MORRISON. FRED G. 

GRIEVANCE DIRECTOR ma 
HOUSE UNANIMOUSLY ENDO 
MORRISON MILL RESIGN I 

MORRISON* SUSAN R. 

FEMALE OFFICER HIT: TE 

MORROW. ANNIE WATSON ICHAPE 
OBITUARY 

MORROm. DUNCAN 

oElFaST STUDENT SAYS CHURCH SHOULD LEAD PEACE BIO 

"ORrfOw* HtRBFRT (GASTONIAl 

HIS aO for WIFE IS 'MCf 
HIS AD FOR WIFE NOTICE 
GASTONIA MAN STILL HOP 
ADS PRODUCE MATRIMONIA 
GASTONIA BACHELOR STIL 



RTUPNS RULING ON BROuN LUNG 
PRAI SES RULING 



LOSE HI S JOB 
RSES TOUGH BID-RIGCING BILL 
NMATE GRIEVANCE POST 



R- GIVEN In assault 

L HILL 1 



ES HE WILL FIND A »IFE 
L CANDIDATES 
L SEEKS MATE 



MORROW* SARAH T. OR. 

BUTNER CENTER MAY BE S 
CENTER AT BUTNE" MAY G 
INFANT DEATHS DROPPING 
MORROW DEFENDS FUNDS T 
BUDGET CUTS MAY HURT N 
OR. MORROW TO SPEAK HE 
HOSPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 

MORTENSON* STANLEY 

NIXON LAWYER AWAITS DU 
ATTORNEY FjR NIXON SAY 



AVEO 

ET REPRIEVE 

RANSFER 

C, HUMAN SERVICES 
RE 
DEDICATED 



KE LIBRARY DECISION 

S TALKS DETAILS NOT ACCURATE 



MORTON* DUANE R. 

2 MARINE FISHERIES OFFICERS CONVICTED IN DRUG CASE 



MORTON* FRANKLIN DENNIS (HE 
Two ESCAPEES RECAPTURE 

MORTON* HUGH 

GRATIFYING Rescue 
LIGHTHOUSE'S FaIE rest 
PULLING TOGETHER - AGA 



NDERSONl 
D 



S WITH NATURE* CONGRESS 
IN 



H J 
H Z 
H 2 



5 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



7/0<./81 B 

7/30/81 A 

8/20/81 A 

5/10/81 D 

5/2'5/81 C 

5/13/81 A 

5/21/81 C 

5/27/81 A 

7/15/81 C 

<)/2e/Bl A 

")/30/Rl A 

lO/U/SI C 

10/15/81 C 

ll/l 1/RI C 

11/11/81 C 

10/25/81 C 

6/27/81 B 

8/04/81 A 

5/02/81 a 



S 2 
S 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 1 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



6/22/81 
7/10/ai 
7/13/91 D 



H 2 7/02/81 A 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 1 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 

S 2 



H 2 
H 1 



S 2 
H 2 
S 2 



3 P 



12/02/81 A 
12/25/81 D 



5/31/81 A 

a/21/Sl B 

6/23/81 A 

11/27/81 A 

5/27/81 C 

6/28/81 C 



8/05/81 A 
9/l'./81 B 
11/22/81 B 



10/07/81 B 
10/08/81 A 



6/07/81 A 
6/U/ei B 
6/13/Bl A 



7/D'./81 B 

12/27/81 C 

7/25/ai A 



5/21/Bl C 
5/22/81 A 
5/24/81 A 
6/16/91 A 
8/03/81 A 



5/D2/81 B 

5/02/81 8 

B/f/Bl A 

3/2'5/81 A 

10/16/81 A 

10/17/81 A 

10/19/81 B 



12/02/8 1 A 
12/19/81 A 



5/01/Rl A 
9/25/81 B 



N 



U H'i5 





8 P 

13 

18 P 

1". 
I P 
1 P 



N S51 
N S83 



U L57 


N 




3 P 

1 P 

10 P 



22 
1 
3 

1 P 
1 
2 



1 

1 

7 
13 

1 P 
1 1 

I P 



9/01/81 A 

9/19/81 B 

10/17/81 A 



F 018 
U R66 
P R91 



N 

N S09 

N K90 





U S36 

L 



N 



N A20 

N 



N H60 
N H60 



N F30 

N 

N 



MORTON. WILLIAM THOMAS GREEN 

DAY MARKED DAWN OF 'MERCIFUL SURGERY' 



H 2 10/12/91 A 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



I N E X 
12/11/81 



N A M e s 



P 



OATe 



£ 

C PC 



PACE 155 

i/ii/aj 



L P KYI. 



MOSCONI. ytLLIE 

RALEIGH Y0UHI,5TFK PBtEMPTS WILLIE MOSCONI 

MOSELEY, ALEXANDER 0. OR. 

MOSELEY TO R6TI0E AS PASTOR OF "OUNT GILEAU ON 06C. 31 

MOSES 

CONSEPVATIVE SCHOLARS QUESTION HOSES' AUTHORSHIP Of PENTATEUCH 



H 2 5/30/91 B I P N S51 
H 2 12/12/91 A 9 P N 
S 2 12/26/91 A 6 N 



PUT PAPERS AT DUKE. MUSEUM IN COURTHOUSE 
AN IDEA FOR The CQURTHQUSE 

MQScS* JOHN NORMAN 

GRAND JURY INTICTS 3 INMATES ON SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGES 

MOSS. DON 

fAYETTEVILLE GOLFER TAKES DURHAM EVENT 
MOSS ROLLS 

MOSS. MARRY HUTCH 

POLICE FIND OFAO MAN INSIDE CAR 
MAN, 2Z, BELIEVED VICTIM OF SUICIDE 

MOSS. HENRY P. 

NORTH DUKE MALL TO BE FILLED WITH OUTLETS 

MOTLEY. BEULAH DURHAM 
a?I TUARY 

MOTLEY. ROSE M. 

VIOLENCE: MANKIND'S IMMATURITY 

-OTT. i^ONALO 

LtM OFFICIAL SAYS SALES BFTTER. DENIES SHUTDOWN 
MDIT HENIES RFpofiTS COMPANY SLOWLY CLOSING 
STATEMENT AN INJUSTICE TO LIGGETT 

MQTYLINSKl. CAROL F. (RALEIGHI 

SHE RECONSTRUCTS FACES FROM SKULLS TO SOLVE MURDERS 

MOUSER. JOHN 0, 
OB 1 TUARY : 



JOHN 0, MOUSER 



M02IN&0. HAROLD 

WORK UNDER WAY ON VISITORS CENTER 

MUBARAK, HOSNI 

MUBARAK'S 'CUPE' 

MUDO. JODIE 

STATE TIKES 

MUDGE. DIRK F. 
NAMIbl A 



;nLF TITLE; MUDD WINS BY 11 SHOTS 



A PRIME SOVIET Target 



"UIkhEAO. alastair l. 

a. l. mulrrteap holds option on old c'est la vie building 
muiphFad may Buy building 

OPTION FaPIRES on C'EST LA VIE 

'iUIRHEAO DROPS C'EST LA VIE OPTION 

OLD LIBRARY MAY BE BANKRUPTCY COURT SITE 

muIRHEAQ, CONSTANCE IMPS. WILLIAMI 

WILLIAM MUIRhEAO'S widow MAKES BID FOP OLD LIBRARY 

Two UPSET BIOS MADE ON LIBRARY 

LIBRARY BIOS 1UE BY TUESDAY 

OLD LIBRARY DRAWS BID OF $68,850 

LIBRARY GETS NEW BID 

LIBRARY BIO TOPS 

APPROVAL SOUGHT FOR LIBRARY BIO 

OPTION EXPIRES ON C'EST LA VIE 

MUIRHFAO DROPS C'FST LA VIE OPTION 

COUNTY OkS library BID 

COMMISSIONERS OK SALE OF OLD COUNTY LIBRARY 

LIBRARY IN GOOD HANDS 

A PART OF OUR HISTORY 

MULL. PHILLIP R. IHICKGRYI 

JUDGE ORDERS BOY RELEASED 

MULLEN, TI" 

MULLEN TOP RJOKIfc 

MULLENS, E. HOWARD "FODIE" 

STORE TIME ClOCK WAS RENDEZVOUS FOR THIS COUPLE 

MULLIGAN, MICHAEL J. 

DROPPING OF APPEAL CALLED OVERSIGHT 
LAWYER DEALT ONE-YEAR SUSPENSION 
MULLIGAN IS SUSPENDED 

MULLIGAN, RAYMOND J. 

LIGGETT PRESinENT TO RETIRE IN 1982 

OLD TO SUCCFfO MjLLlGAN AS HEAD OF LIGGETT GROUP 
NEW LIGGETT CHIEF SAYS GROUP PLEASED BY LCM 
MR. MULLIGAN MADE A MARK 

HULLINS. OERRELL 

OLD LEE HOSPITAL RENOVATION URGED 

HULVIHILL, TONY 

HASSLE HOUSE SERVICES NEEDED, DIRECTOR SAYS 
ACCESS: DEAF CITIZENS GET INTERPRETERS 

MUMFORO, MILLIARD EARL 
OBITUARY 

MUNOY, JANA L. 

FOOD STAMPS PREVENT STARVATION AMONG POOR 
MUNN, HARRY E, 

MF SAYS LOOK FOR NON-VERBAL CLuFS WITH TALK 

HUNSON, ERIC 

HOSPITAL costs: OFFICIAL SAYS EXPENSES 
HOSPITALS HOPING TO KEEP COSTS DOWN 

MUPCHISON, JANIE 

FUhRER ON WALKER CuP TEAM 

MURPMEY, DAN 

CHANCE BEND BEGINS NEW CAREER 

MURPHY, Charles iwashincton, d.c.i 



'AY DOUBLE IN 10 YEARS 



H 2 9/19/Bl A A 
H 2 9/2T/81 « 



H 2 7/09/fll A 1 



E 

N B51 



H 2 8/03/°! a 2 P P H99 
S 2 8/03/81 D 10 P P H99 



S 2 11/03/81 B 1 N 
H 2 ll/0«/9l A ID 



H 2 10/18/81 in P F F78 



H 2 11/08/91 A 12 
H 2 T/C/Rl A 4 



H 2 9/29/91 A 1 
S 2 9/29/81 B 1 
H 2 10/04/81 <. 



N G53 
N F3D 
L 



H 2 12/28/91 A 12 N 

H 2 5/11/81 8 6 

H 2 7/18/81 C 1 P N MO'r 

H 2 10/17/31 A <, T T R56 

H 2 10/25/91 B 8 P N 



H 2 9/2<,/81 A <> 



H 2 7/26/81 B 1 

S 2 7/28/81 A 9 

H 2 7/31/ei B 1 

S 2 7/31/Pl A 3 

S 2 10/29/91 A 1 



N F78 

N 

N J58 

N 

N F30 



H 2 5/13/91 A 13 N 

S 2 5/l<./81 B 6 N 

S 2 7/03/91 C I N 

H 2 7/09/81 A 13 N 

S 2 7/10/91 A 7 N 

S 2 7/29/81 C 1 N 

H 2 7/30/91 B 1 N 

H 2 7/31/91 B 1 N J58 

S 2 7/31/81 A 3 N 

S 2 9/03/81 CI N F3a 

H 2 9/04/81 B 1 P N 

S 2 a/05/91 A A E 

H 2 8/07/81 A 4 E 



H 2 6/J3/91 A 16 N 
S 2 12/01/81 B 3 N 
H 2 8/23/»l E 2 P F S56 



H 2 5/13/91 B 1 N B5I 
H 2 5/15/81 e 1 N B51 
S 2 5/15/81 A 6 N 



H 2 6/30/81 A 1 P N 

S 2 12/01/fl A I P N 

H 2 12/02/91 A 1 N F7e 

H 2 12/04/91 A 4 e 



H I 9/09/91 



H 2 7/17/91 B 1 N S51 
H 2 11/20/91 B 1 P N 881 



H 2 7/24/81 A 10 
H 2 5/13/81 A 5 
H 2 12/03/81 A 20 



H 2 6/28/81 A 14 
S 2 6/29/81 C I 



N 



N F30 

H 2 a/05/81 B 3 P N 
r 

S 2 3/06/91 D 3 P F F57 



'*""'""" 



MONTHLr/4 



INDEX 
W/31/91 



N 4 H E S 



P4GE 156 
1/11/82 



^Ske''?«Is?ee/s?y?Sn"ppose NIXON Ln"."* . 

STVBON.MuIphy OPPOSE NUriN LlaBAPV AT PUKt 

uiaPi'T GPPnNFr.rs Misr.uIOFO 



»U«PMY. fL'INE 00. 

SPEECH TO OFFER 



rIEJ OF VEas 2007 



""""J^.^'sTpoooces tailors 

'•UP'<AY. PILL , , 

PAST AND PRESENT 

""""nONE'^tEO PuSIMcSS ON THE RISE FOR GOOD REASON 

HURRAY, OANTE "Ji-E"',"^"'^' '■;5°y|i.« 
7 PERSONS HURT IN TWO-CAR CRASH 

AY. OELLA 

"'^'«*ii[i?7'^s'rE?r^f'^^^Tf^^''BSsa'^'°cCfs'"'""" 

"""'SpiTjIJ'Y/ii'i'sS MAMIE Z. MURRAY 

MURRAY, SUSIE K. IRIChHOND, VlRGINIAl 
obituary: SUSIE HURRAY 

""""iRUCKFR'S ALERTNESS SAVES PUPILS ON 3US 

"^^■"h^ si^S IcIS^SJV'SSJ IfA HOSPITAL 

''""i;M5i0NY''SE'AiHES CONTRACT SETTLEMENT 

MYERS, JAMES E. (APEXl ,,,^. 

APEX POLICE CHIEF INDICTEO 

"'"^COPPER POUOERS HAOE ■^9.5 PERCENT PURE' 



IMPROVE LIFE 



""'"^;o3eSfKt: it Can REDUCE STRESS, 
OANCIN* HARD AT OUKE 

■*''"^30AOo"rEU'>g1nUES TOP HOSPITAL JOBS 
■IliaScS" PAY TO RISE SHARPLY 
jAlfs TO AO-IT LPNS FOR AC CE LER A TED 5 Tur Y 

.»TTs ofef^ing Shorter nursing program „,„,. , 

Sore »ECs NO, AVAILABLE at dupham general hospital 

5f05 REOPEN AT OURHAH GENERAL 
OUTPATIENT CLINICS CLOSING -c„,.,„ 

^FPK'S PAY "FFEREO NURSES FOR WEEKEND 
HOSPITAL TOE'PEilMENT WITH NURSES' WORK PLAN 
KSEPtNG NURSt<. GOAL FOR DURHAM HOSPITAL 
NURSING ADVANCES MUST CONTINuf 

t°«h^lV'ou'er^Vnl\ll°ATli-VV,ltr.^^r w.th military 

myFRS. ROD 

THE MYSTERY OF The MIND GAME .„ ,^ 

IF DU<E HOTEL OK'O. GOLF TOURNAMENTS -AY MOVE 
PLAQUE FOR COOPERATION 

MYERS, HILLIAM ARNOLD 

POLICE REPORT ROoBERY 

'*"'^''naOER:"rEAGAn'S POLICIES CRUEL 

"'*''^'"Du"E''rRUST£ES' VOTE NO CONSENSUS 

"'"^^^'"REAGAN^S BUDGET dASEO ON BIG ILLUSION 

NAGLE. NELLIE MuPOOCK I COCKEY SV I LLE , MARYLAND! 
OBITUARY 

"'"""liNC^ArPROFESSOR CHALLENGES STAR SHOW „,„„_ 
IT'S POSSIBLE TO BE RIGHT AND JE NARSOw-M INOEO 

NAMBOOOIRl, UNNI (CHAPEL HiLLI 

CHAPEL HILL MAN DIES IN COLLISION .,,,„,„, 

CHAPEL HILL MAN DIES, 2 HURT IN AUTO ACC I CENT 

NANCE. JIM-IE JAMES 
OB! TUARY 

NANCE, Jf^^^J^g,, DIKING LAUNDRY DAY EASIER 

NANCE 



THURMAN F, 
itN Ht THROWS 



PARTY, HE MAKES IT REALLY BIG ONE 
ANNEY RECEIVES JACOdS TROPHY AS TOP BLOCKER 

SUSPECT 



NARRON, BRUCE IMIDOLESEXl 

TROOPER SHUT AFTER HALTING DUI 



NARRON, CHUCK EUGENE IMIDOLESEXl 

TROOPER SHOT AFTER HALTING OUl 

NASH, CHARLES EDWARD 
OBITUARY 

NASH, ELLA MINTON 
081 TUARY 

NASH, RICHARD E. 
OBITUARY 

NASH, WILLIE 

COWBOYS OF THE WEST 

NASHQLD, BLAINE OR. 

OUKE, UNC HAVE CLINICS 



SUSPECT 



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CnuNCILMEN DISCUSS 
CQUNCILHEN MuM ABO 
CHAPEL HILL \AHES 
CHAPEL HILL NAMES 

NATHAN. MARTY 

MICHAUX RECOM'^ENOA 
ENDORSEMENTS OF JU 

NATHANS. SYO'.'EY 

NIXON LldSARY FOES 
HANGING ON Tj LORD 

NEALt OAVin EOWARO 

OBITUARY: DAVID NE 

MEAL. GEORGE ILOUISauRG 
TEEN CHARGED WITH 

NEAL, GREG 

NEAL. BROWNING HON 

NEAL. LOUISE CHAMPION 
O'ilTuARY 

NEAL. PETER R. (CABRBQR 
CHERRY GROVE NO 'w 
FACTS DON" T FIT TH 

NEAL. STEPHEN 

SFNATE ELURS PANEL 
PBO-LIFE GROUP TAR 
NEAL BLASTS 'BRIBF 
I N.C. DEMOCRATIC 
Two RADIO STATIONS 
GROUP WILL TRY TO 
NEAL APPALLED AROU 
TEACHERS -FLUNK' 7 



ED FOR SERVICE 

MINORS 

ELP HALT UNDERAGE DRINKING 

TER TO PRESIDENT REAGAN 

YS ^FF 

T ON HUMAN SERVICES 

TO MEET 

MANAGER SELECTION 
UT MEETING 
NEW TOWN MANAGER 
NEW TOWN MANAGER 



TION MAY BE MULLED FOR MONTHS 
STICE FUND C ITED 



SPARK FACULTY MEET 
AND LAND 



AL 

1 
BREAK-INS 

OREO: KNIGHTS DOMINATE BOYS TRACK WITH 10 OF 17 PICKS 



AR ZONE' 

E ABORTION 'PICTURE' 



S VISION OF DURHAM IN 2 
GETS NEAL 
RY, THREAT' 
CONGRESSMAN BACKS REAGAN'S PLAN 

REFUSE ANTI-NEAL ADS 
GUST NEAL 
T RULING 

N.C. CONGRESSMEN 



NEAL* TAMMY IbUNNI 

TRAGIC WRECK SHOCKS FRANKLIN RESIDENTS 



NEALi WILLIAM J. (MIChI 
GEOLOGISTS RECEIVE 

NEALY, BILL 

CARTOONING CARTOGR 

NEALY. JAMES 

MAN TAKES OWN LIFE 

NEASE. LEANN 

VOTERS WERE CHEATE 

NEBDHAM, SUZANNE 

IN The KITCHEN, IN 

negley, glenn b. dr. 
negley, ex-ojke pr 
dr. negley, prqfes 

neighbours. ralph ihill 
Surprise candidate 

CHESHIRE WINS in h 
CHESHIRE IS NEW Hi 



GANI 
GRANT TO STUDY ISLANDS 



APhER LOCATES THE FACTS 

IN PRISON 


LIVING ROOM, 'THERE HE WAS' 



OFESSOR, DIES 

SOR EMERITUS AT DUKE, DIES 

SBOROUGHI 

S FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 

ILLSBOROUGh 

LLSflOROUGH MAYOR 



NELM5. CLAYTON 

HE'S POSITIVE MEETING WAS TRULY 'ACT OF GOD, 

NELSON. FRANK 

TAX ACT HAS 'SOMET 

CHANGES TO HELP RE 



HING IN IT' FOR ALL PAYERS 
TIKEMENT ACCOUNT HOLDERS 



NELSON, JOHN 

DEAR OEAN. . 

NELSON, LETTIE G. 

obituary: LETTIE G. 

NES3ITT, JILL 

CAROLINA GOLFER RE 
SUOOEN DEATH CATCH 

NESZakOS. MICHAEL IRALE 
THREE TAR HEELS AR 
JUDGE ALTERS SENTE 

NEUSNER, JACOB 

IF The shoe fits.. 

NEVILLE, HENRY ElwOCD 
OBITUARY 

NEVILLS. LILIA DAVIS 
OBITUARY 

NEVITT. Chuck 

SIGNIFICANTLY STRO 
NEVITT GUNS DOWN P 

NEW, DOROTHY 

WOMEN ESCAPE FROM 

WOMAN, cmilo flee 

NEwoY, MARY LAWSON 

obituary 

newcomb, michael iclayt 
man chabgfg in sla 
man faces trial in 

newell, josephine e. 

newell to lead ooct 

newkirk, jerome 



ACHES FINALS 

ES UP TO JILL NESBITT 

IGH) 

E SENTENCED 

NCE IN GUN CASE 



NGER AND MOPE CONFIDENT, STATE'S CHUCK NEVITT. 
ESKY ST. FRANCIS 



FIRE 
HOUSE FIRE 



ONI 

YING OF i.-YEAB-nLO 
SHOOTING DEATH OF NIECE 



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ASRESr CLE««S i"; BBEAK-INS 

HAN Charged in break-ins 

aERIlE SCHOOLS APPOINTMENT BHl,.G3 PROTEST 

NEWLIN, HARVEY (ALAMANCE CO. I „,,« , 

ALAMANCE EOS ITS CHALLENGE OF ABORTIONS 
ALAMANCE OEFICIALS =LEOGE COOPERATION 

.E-H.N._ANT„ONV^CARL^^^^_^ MUST RENEW LICENSE 
NEHMAS, PILL 

ro ihe sports toiroR 

•lEkMAN, CLIFTON ROBERT 

arSTANDER SAVES VOuTH 

SEWMAN, JAMES FAOL 

HAN CHARGEJ .jITH K IOSAPPING. ASSAULT 

hOMAn reports ASSAULT 

2ND MAN CHARGED IN ASSAULT 

2N0 MAN CHARGED nlTH KIDNAPPING 

NEWMAN, MORRIS „ ,„, 

VICE SQUAD CONDUCTS 2 RAIDS 

NEWMAN. ROBERT MCLEAN 

MAN CHARGED IN ASSAULT 
MAN CHARGED I" ASSAULT 

NEWMAN, ROY LEE 

2ND MAN CHABi^EO IN ASSAULT 

2N0 MAN CHARGFD WITH KIDNAPPING 

"'"'"sfH^orrASK DISMISSAL OF SUIT 

DISMISSAL OF TEACHERS' SUIT REQUESTED 



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NEWTON, EDWARO TRAYHICK III IGREENVILLE, S.C.I 
DURHAM NATIVE. 2 TTMERS DIE IN PLANE CRASH 
OBITUARY 
RITES TODAY FOR CRASH VICTIM 

NEWTON. JUDY ILExlNGTONI 

NOW HE'S AN OFFICIAL HE»0 

NEWTON, LOU ADCOCK 
OBITUARY 

NEWTON, LOUISE 

THINK ABOUT PARKING PROBLEM 

NEwTON, REBECCA R. 

CENTENNIAL WORK MERITS THANKS 

SOMEBODY UP There looks after saint jOt 

"'^'■"official critkues overuse of ;tat'= training schools 
nichol. eoe 

DUNN POLICEMAN ASKS TO BE REINSTATED 

NICHOLS, BEVERLY OR. 

PROFESSORS STUDY ENERGY PROJECTS 



NICHOLS, ROBERT 9. 
CLUB OFFEREO 



I EFLAND) 
. FAIR BID 



T. Everett jr. dr. 
EXPORTS SEEN setting RECORD 



NICHFIlS, THOMAS 
OBITUARY 



NICHOLSON, BOBBY 
COUNTRY SING 



SIGNS WITH CBS 



NICHOLSON, DARRELL 

SHARPF LOOKS FOR NIChE IN CAROLINA'S SECONDARY 
UNC DEFENSE S'^APCHES FOR NEW PERSONALITY 
NICHOLSON ASSUMES LEADING UNC ROLE 



(Chapel hilli 



NICHOLSON, jack E. 
OBITUARY 

NICHOLSON, JANICE 

TOUGH DECISIONS FOR SCHOOL BOARD 
PEOPLE HAVE RIGHT TO QUESTION SCHOOLS 

HERALD Should play up good school news 

CANDLE SALE A SUCCESS FOR CLUB BLVD. SCHOOL 

NICKENS, JAMES GREGORY "NICK" 
OBITUARY 

NICKENS, TIMOTHY 

IIENTIFICATION OF VICTIM SOUGHT 

NICkERSON, REGINALD 

BOY ELECTROCUTED GATHERING PECANS 
WIRE ELECTSOCUTES TEEN 

NICKLAUS, JACK 

NICKLAUS SCHEDULES APPEARANCE AT UNC 

NICKLAUS TO PLAY AT UNC 

THE PATIENCE OF A GOLDEN BEAR 

THE GOLDEN BEAR IN CHAPEL HILL 

«H0 IS That GOLDEN M4N7 

JACK: DESIGNING HELPS GAME 

LISTENING IN ON THE PROS 

FOOTBALL IN aACK OF NICKLAUS" MINO 

NIEOEL, JAMES E. DO. 

DUKE RESEARCHER AWARDED SEARLE SCHOLARSHIP 

NIELSEN, TOM 

CROWD GATHERS TO SEE SOAP STARS 

NI6HEY6R, JEANNE 

AGENCY PROVIDES 



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NIFSS. RGBEBT J. 00. 

Done PR0FESS3" SUCCUMBS AT 69 
OBITUARY: OR. ROBERT J. NIESS 

NIfONG. "ICHAEl 

3UESTI0HS RAISED ON JUROR'S CHAT 
EOWARDS SEEKS HELP FROM SSI 

NIMS, JOHN FRtOEBICK 

PUBLISHING P3FMS PROF'S ADVICE: a»IT6 BETTER THAN OTHER 100.000 ENTRANTS H 2 5/10/81 3 

NINE. FRANCIS MARION "FRANK" 
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mSHNICK, JOHN 

JURY ACQUITS 



IAN chargeo in theft case 



NIXON. RICHARD 

ERVIN PLEASED -ilTH RULING ON NIKON 

LAWS APPLY EQUALLY 

PaOFESSCR KICKS NIXON, REVIEWER KICKS WRITER 

REVIVING "R. NIXON 

NIXON'S MESSAGES TO KING HUSSEIN ICARTOONI 

NIlON MADE GOOD I-(PR£SS10N ON OUKE LAW OtAN 

FHLKS AROUND HERE: THE "ASKED HAN 

THE SENATE'S POLE 

NIXON, RICHARD, eiOGKAPHY 

PREACHERS RAN NIXON FROM HOUSE 

NIXON. RICHARD, FOREIGN TRIPS, SUMMIT 

THEY BARKED AND SOWED AT SUMMIT TABLE 

NIXON, RICHARD, PORTRAIT 

HE'S GOT That haunting smile 

NIXON, RICHARD, PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY 

NUCN AND DUKE DISCUSS PLACING HIS LIBRARY HERE 

OUkF may GET NUON LIliRARY 

NIXON LIBRARY DRAWS FOES 

NIXON L IBRAOy desirable 

REACTION TJ NIXON LIBRARY UNCLEAR 

NIXON LIBRARY: A PRIZE FOR OUKE 

PLAN OF PROPOSED PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AT DUKE (CARTnONI 

TRUSTEES M«Y GET NIXON ISSUE NEXT WE£K 

SANFORD AGREES TO DELAY ACTION ON NIXON LIBRARY 

OUKE DELAYS LIBRARY DECISION 

NIXON LAWYER DENIES DUKE HAS 1ST REFUSAL 

NIXON REPORT WRONG 

DUKE-NIXON VERDICT SEPT. 4 

ARCHIVES MUST AGREE TO NIXON LIBRARY 

PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES TOO CUMBERSOME 

NIXON CRUCIFIED 

OUKE TRUSTEE, STYRON OPPOSE NIXON LIBRARY 

PYE Turns back library suggestion 

STYRON, MURPHY OPPOSE NIXON LIBRARY AT OUKE 

TRICKY DICK AT Duke 

FLAWS ANC ALL, NIXON WAS A DUKE GRADUATE 

A hOmi: for The NIXON PAPERS 

ouke smoulo rfjfct library 

LIdOAPY OPPONENTS MISGUIDED 

'Glcomy gus' recalls duke oays 

nuon library viewed as asset 

nixcn library foes spark faculty "eet 

nixcn library woulu bring shame 

folks around here: the way things are 

ouke faculty -"embers speak on propose'^ nixon lisrary 

it was smooth sailing for nixon at tuke. . .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 duke icartooni 

lisrary decision up to management 

think about parking problem 

if ouke says no, benefits go elsewhere 

■prince of dabkmess'7 

library would be great gift to duke 

some questions unanswered on nixon library 

model presidential library now in place 

academic council nixes library ss-s". 

university should accept nixon library 

a disgrace to duke 

oukf to continue nixon library talks 

POLL ShO.S 48* BACK LIBRARY 

n?,rc"f Jmc^^c^" nii'^'i t',3''"'''' °"'<f TRUSTEES UNIT SUPPORTS PROPOSAL 9-2 

PREA'cHE%"riS^ ;;?IU'f"I12 H^SSIe""' " ''"" ''"°'' '■'^""^ negotiations' 

TRUSTEES HAVE ACTED SO LET'S MOVE ALONG 

OUKE TRUSTEES PROTECT UNIVERSITY'S INTEGRITY 

NIXON FLAP NOT AT TOP OF STUDENT CONCERNS 

A FLIMSY Insinuation 

GET NIXON AGREEMENT IN WRITING 

SWX^ ?'!; = '^3 EXTENDED: DUKE COUNCIL 'AGENDA' ASKED 

NIXON LIBRARY WOULD REAP RIDICULE 

The spy and his PAPERS ICARTOONl 

DUKE'S INTEGRITY AT STAKE' 

NIxON PAPERS ARE IMPORTANT 

ODE TO The NIXON LI3RARY 

'IT DIDN'T START WITH WATERGATE* 

. . . AND PLENTY OF DETERGENT? 

DUKE'S TORCHoFaRcBS light THE WAY 

WHAT'S ALL THE Fuss ABOUT? 

MORALITY ANO The library 

CHEAP SHOTS FOB NIXON 

NIXON PAPERS A DISGRACE 

NO-CONFIDENCE VOTE SOUGHT 

PROFESSOR CRITICIZES SANFORO 

BARBER CRITICIZES PICTURE IN HEF.ALO 

ANTI-SANFORO MOVE VIEWED AS WEAK 

S^''I^?'^U^^ LACKING IN NIXON LIBnARY FUROR 

DOUBLE STANDARDS AMONG THE ACADEMICS 

^"'OON MISREPRESENTED NIXON LIBRARY DILEMMA 

DUKE'S STUDENT PRESIDENT VETOES VOTE ON LIBRARY 

LIBRARY ISSUE PARTLY ONE OF SEMANT CS '""'""<'' 

I,"l k'SJ*"" *"'° FREEDOM OF SPEECH 

;"GRS?s"^FL'[cro^' ""''"" "* ""«'«USE 

CURIOUS MACHINATIONS 

SKIP The CEREMONIES 

OUKE ALUMNI BACK SANFORO ON NUON ISSUE 

DUKE ALUMNI GIVE SANFORD YES VOTE 



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HQNTHLy/ANNlJAL 



OUkE TKUSTEfS' VOTE NO CONSENSUS 

OUKE'S TmE flPPnlPOUTE PL4Ce 

NIJCN P«P5«S SHOULD BE HEUE 

LIBOaRY MflMf It, RfP IS POSSIbLr JUST I»L« 

NIXON PYK4MI0 PLANS kESURHECTEO 

FACULTY NOT u*lA^lIMO'JS 

vaTF WASN'T fns LieSARY 

lOtA PF PUTTING LlbRART AT RTP 'OION'T "OVE ' 

CONGRESS COULD VETO LIBRARY 

UEST: CITY CAN HELP NIXON LIBRARY 

HUNT QuESTIOnFO about PARK SITE 

POLL: LIBRARY a«CKEO 

NIXON LIBRARY POLL DEBATED 

UEST: CITY COULD PROVIDE LAND 

SANFQFO'S OFFER ON LIBRARY SURPRISED NIXON. AIOC SAYS 

SANFQRD ACCEPTS FOUR '^QRE YEARS 

•IMPEACH NIXON LIPRAkYt' PROTESTERS CRY 

OUKE eOARO URGED TO CONSULT FACULTY 

AN IDEA FOR THE COURTHOUSE 

LIBRARY kOULO H«R" DU^E 

HE'S r.OT THAT HAUNTING SMTlE 

BEkSIGAN: maybe LIBRARY SHOULD UAIT A FEU YEARS 

PYRAMID FLAW 

WAS IT PUCHWALO'' 

DOUBLE SIANOAOD 

SUPPORT ANNCUNCFMENT DUE 

FACULTY GROUP BACKS LIBRARY 

DESIGNING THE NIxON LIBRARY 

STUDENT POLL BACKS LIBRARY 

7^ ON FACULTY SIGN PKO-LIBRARY PAPER 

MORE THAN 70 OUKE FACULTY MEMBERS BACK NIION LIBRARY 

SANFORD TAKES LONG VIEW 

NIXON'S OISHJNOP 

COMMITTEE FOR"ED TO OPPOSE LIBRARY 

NIXON LIBRARY FOES FORM OUKE CAMPUS OPPOSITION 

LISTENING TO REASON 

MANY AT DUKE FAVOR NIXON LIBRARY PROPOSAL 

SANFORO NOT 'THE ''OSS' 

TRUSTEES REITERATE NIXON LIBRARY IS NOT CERTAINTY 

PYE; 'MODEST' MUSEUM ONLY 

TRUSTEES SAY NO LIBRARY DECISIOfi YET 

OUKE FACULTY STUDY RAPS ADM I NI S Tfl A T I ]N 

OUKE COUNCIL DELAYS NIXON CONSULTATION REPORT 

STONE-THROwING HURTS OUKE, DURHAM 

NIXON DOESN'T DESERVE A LIBRARY 

DUKF'S DISGRACE 

DUKE PROFESSORS TO DISCUSS NIXON LIBRARY 

SUPPORT FCR NIXON LIBRARY EXPECTED FROM FACULTY PANEL 

ouKf SEEKS NEW Funds 

OUKE ACADEMIC RFPHRT OPPOSES NIXON MUSEUM 

OUKE OFFICIALS TO RESUME TALKS ABOUT NIXON LIBRARY 

SANFORD BACKS NIXON LIBRARY STAND TAKEN BY COUNCIL 

SANFORD SUPPORT KEEPS LIBRARY TALKS IN MOTION 

■WE'RE WILLING TO NEGOTIATE. . .' ICARTOONI 

NIXON LIBRARY'S IMPACT QUESTIONED 

CLOSING A GREAT nINO 

POLL: N.C. VIEWS VARY ON NIXON LIBRARY PLAN 

NIXCN MUSEUM WOULD SERVE FUTURE 

LIBRARY, SPEECH INCOMPARABLE 

TIMOTHY LEARY and the BIBLE 

NIxON BETRAYED HIGH OFFICE 

FACULTY'S STAND NOT BINDING IN NIXON LIBRARY NEGOTIATIONS 

SANFORD REASSURES FACULTY ON LIBRARY 

SOME FACULTY 'DISTRESSED' BY OUKE 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 NIXON LIBRARY TALKS 

WHAT'S IN A NAME. . .? ICARTOONI 

UNITY URGED FOR NIXON LIBRARY TALKS 

OUkE STUDENTS: NO MUSEUM 

DUKE FACULTY SEEKS UNITY ON NIXON LIBRARY CONDITIONS 

NIXON LIBRARY COMMITTEE TO MEET TODAY AT DUKE 

NIXON GROUP TO TAP CHAIRMAN 

OUKf LIBRARY NE''.OTIATORS TO OPPOSE NIXON MUSEUM 

NIXON LAWYER Awaits OUKE LIBRARY DECISION 

DECISION Pleases some mfmsers of ouke faculty 

WAY SFE'-S CLiAR NO, FOR LIBRARY NEGOTIATIONS 

OUKE TRUSTEES DISCUSS LIBRARY NEGOTIATIONS 

TRUSTEES TOLD TALKS OPENED ON PROPOSED NIXON LIBRARY 

MIDDLE-OF-THE-ROAD FREEDOM 

COUNCIL MAY -(EJFCT ANY NIXON LIBRARY AGREEMENT 

OK OF NIXON LItjRARY TALKS SAIO NOT SAME AS APPROVAL 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE NIXON THING 

LIBRARY. LAW SCHOOL TIE BALLOON FLOATED 

ATTORNEY FOR NIXON SAYS TALKS DETAILS NOT ACCURATE 

PASSING PARAOF 

PROPER ACTION 

NIXON, TOLLie (LINCOLN CO. I 

LINCOLN MAN HAULED BY OOG 

NOELE, RUTH GATES 
OBITUARY 

NOBLE, TONY LEE (MORGANTON) 

PRISONER COMMITS SUICIDE 

NOLAN, JOHN WAYNE (MFLROSE, FLA.) 
AGENTS RELEASE RAID NAMES 
SIX ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID ARE CHARGED 
BONDS SET AT «l MILLION 

NOBBERG. SCOTT 

NEW BREED OF STUDENT PRESIDENTS 

NORBURN, RUSS 

CRIME IS ELECTION ISSUE 

NORBY. PAUL 

STUDENTS WILL STUDY DURHAM 

CITY STRUCTURES. NEEDS TO BE SURVEYED 

REHABILITATION PROJECT SEEKS PARTICIPANTS 

PANEL STUDIES CITY BUDGET 

LENDING PROGRAM TOPIC 

PROPOSAL WOULD TRIM FUNDS FOR EDGEMONT 

CITY PLANNERS SCALE DOWN PROPOSALS FOR EDGEMONT 

EDGEMONT DECISION NEARS 

NORBY IS APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF CITY'S NFw PLANNING OEPT. 

NEw DIRECTOR STRESSES ORGANIZATION 

HOUSING SITE MAY Change. BUT OEAOLINE REMAINS SAME 

CITY HAS NO LAWS ON CONVERSIONS 

REOEVELOPERS SOUGHT FOR HAyTI SECTION 

DURHAM IN HOUSING FOHUH 

NORMAN, DONALD I MOORE SV ILL E I 



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fAGE 161 



ARMY Charges nEstRrroN; man Says he 010 as tuld 

ASHY TO PRGCtSS OESEKTION CASE 

NOBMAN, FRFD I GR Ec >ISBORO I 

DEATHS MfLO MUROER-SUICIOE 

NORMAN. G. QUINTON 

LOTTIE HARVIN GETS ThO-YEAR PRISON TERM 

NORRISi UIILIE cARC 
OeiTUARY 

NORTON. ACLYN SU-^NFR SR. 

OUKE'S TORCMatARE^S LIGHT THE WAY 

N0R«00n, BEN ALE^ANOFR III IHENDERSONl 
MENnt<5S0N HAN ORQWNS IN LAKE 
NORHOOO SERVICES SCHEDULED 

NORi^OOO. CLEMENT MARK JR. 
OBITUARY 

NORMOOO. OAVIO 

UNION OFFICIAL FINED S5.0D0 
JUDGE FINES N0R.JO00 45,000 

NORhOOD. DOUGLAS 

GUARD SAYS ME FAKED N-PLANT FIRE 

NORWOOD, HALSEY 

FBI SEEKS 3 IN ALLEGED SLAVERY PLOT 

FOuR MEN INDICTED IN SLAVERY CHARGES 

AUTHORITIES IN N.C. CITE DIFFICULTIES IN HANDLING MIGRANT LABOR 

SLAVERY SUSPECT ARRESTED 

NORwOOO. JANET L. 

CHANGING FEDERAL FORMULA SHOULD HELP. NOT HINDER 

NOVAK. BOB 

NIXON PAPERS SHOULD B6 HERE 

NO«ELL. Charles 

EX-COACH DROPS LAWSUIT TO REGAIN JOB 

NOwELL. JAMES S. OR. IFRANKLINTONI 
THREE hELO in break-in 

N0W6LL. VIRGINIA ESTELLE JONES 

obituary: MRS. VIRGINIA NOwELL 

NUCKOLLS. KATHERINE ICHAPEL HILLI 
NUCKOLLS WINS NURSING AWARD 

NUNEZ. VICTOR 

'GAL YOUNG UN* SHOWS SATURDAY 

NUNEZ FILM: BETTER BORED THAN NAUSEATED 

NUNN, GREGORY L. 

HIGH-SPfEO Chase ENDS IN GUTLFORO 
FOUR-COUNTY CAR CHASE ENDS IN GUILFORD WRECK 

NUNN. MICHAEL 

POLICE PROBING ROBBERY 

NURKIN. JAKE 

JAKE NURKIN DIES; BURIAL SET SUNDAY 
•JAKE' OANCEO TO OLD DURHAM'S RHYTHM 

NUSSBAUM. V. M. JR. (GREENSBOifOI 

SELF-PROCLAIMED WITCH LOSES MORGANTON MAYOR'S RACE 
GREENSBORO TO SELECT MAYOR 

NveRO* RAY 

CENTER HAS WEATHER EYE ON CLIMATE 

NYE. EDO 

ouick action was the key 

nye. stuart 

<.a years of jewelry making 

nygaro. jenny 

MARK A Date for THE ENQ RIVER - TODAY 
NYGARD. MARGARET 

margaret nygaro: it's not surprising that she won award for work 
thaf;ks for help at festival for the eno 
concerned injiviouals cleaning up eno river 
Swinging bridge over eno will make crossing easier 
birthday wellwishers enjoy marvelous heal 

o'barr. claire 

segregate motor. sail boats on lake 

o'briant. inez mitchell 
obituary 

o'briant. truoie dawson 
obituary 

O'BRIEN, PETER (FaThERI 

FATHER O'BRIEN WILL TEACH JAZZ OF MARY LOU WILLIAMS 

O'CONNEIL. KfRMIT 

cniTORIAL STANCE UNFAIR 

O'CONNOR, FLANNERY 

GENIUS IS ELUSIVE FACTOR FOR SOUTHERN WRITERS 

O'CONNOR, MICHAEL w. ICHAPEL HILLI 

CHAPEL HILL MAN INDICTED ON TAX FRAUD CHARGES 

O'CONNOR, RODERICK 8. 

PROBLEM PREGNANCIES 

O'CONNOR. SANDRA D. 

HIGH COURT NOMINEE SEEMS GOOD CHOICE 
FORMER N.C. JUSTICE LAUDS NOMINATION 
EAST RELUCTANT ABOUT NOMINEE 
O'CONNOR APPROVED ICARTOONI 

O'CONNOR FINE Choice 

CARTOON A SLAP IN FACE 

HELMS VAGUE ON COURT NOMINEE 

EAST WANTS 'EVIIENCE' FROM NOMINEE TO COURT 

EAST CAN'T HAVE IT BOTH WAYS 

SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR TO ENHANCE HIGH COURT 



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H 2 7/10/81 A <, T T R56 

S 2 7/10/81 A A, 6 

H 2 7/16/91 A 4 L 

H 2 7/17/81 A I N 

H 2 7/19/Bl A 6 N 

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TOKeMSM CAN OE dEAT 

(lELD DIOPSt 



SALES hOLO STEAOV 



0*DONNFLL» KAREN ,. , , 

PARKtiOOD OFFICIALS SAVE 3 PERSONS FROM ACCIOENI 



KOPEN, MIKE 

■ToAR'S GOLD IN IHEM TmAR 



»INS NEW ACCLAIM 

EELS' 



NEALf CARRIE ALLAN 

OBITUARY: MRS. CARRIE O'NEAL 



O'NEAL. LETICIA 

PSO RESCUES CXILO FROM BURNING HOUSE 

PSO OFFICERS SAVE CHILD 

AID SOuGmI for FAMILY IN FIRE 

O'NEAL. MARY ALICE GREEN 
OBITUARY 

O'NEAL. SPFNCER 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
FOLKS AROUNO MERE: KITH THE PET SET 

O'NEAL. ThURMAN 

MONEY TO CLEAN UP POISON? 

O'NEILL. GERARO K. DR. IPRINCETON UNIV. I 
O'NEILL TO LECTURE ON YEAR 208 1 

O'NEILL. Thomas P. "TIP" 

TIP O'NEILL ICARTOONJ 

DOCTOR DO-VERY-LITTLE AND HIS PUSHME- PULL YOU 

•TO THEE I PLEDGE MY TROUGH.,.' (CARTOON) 

TIP IN The RING ICARTOON) 

GIVE THE PRESIDENT A FAIR CHANCE 

O'OUINN, xILLARO JERALO (LEMON SPRINGSI 

21-YEAR-OLO MAN DIES IN TRUCK-TRAIN CRASH 

O'flOURKE. J. R. "TIM" 

DURHAM SAVERS EXAMINE ALL INVESTMENT OPTIONS 

O'ROURKE. JOHN (CARRROHO) 

LARflSOSn "AN UNDER ARREST FOR ASSAULT OF HOMAN. 17 
WOMAN DROPS ASSAULT CHARGES 

O'SHIELOS. CLAUD "BUCK" (wILMINGTONI 

N.C. WASTE MANAGEMENT HEAD CHOSEN 

OAKES. TONY 

VANCE stre:jGTh in defense 

OAKLEY. ANNETTE 

CECIL aOLTON SENTENCED TO PRISON 
BOLTON GETS 20-YEAR TERMS 

OAKLEY. BRENOA KAY NANCE ( L AHSONV IL LE 1 

DISMEMBEREO 300Y FOUND STUFFEO IN TRUNK OF AUTO 
BONO DENIED IN SLAYING 
JUDGE REFUSES TO mqve TRIAL 

OAKLEY. DANIEL RUSSELL JR. ILAWSONVILLEl 

OTSHEMBEREO 300Y FOUND STUFFED IN TRUNK OF AUTO 
BONO DENIED IN SLAYING 
JUDGE REFUSES TO MOVE TRIAL 

OAKLEY. GREG 

CECIL BOLTON SENTENCED TO PRISON 
BOLTON GETS 20-YcAR TERMS 

OAKLEY. JERRY ARNOLD 

POLICE HOLD MAN IN ASSAULT 

REAL ESTATE MAN wOUNDEO 

BOYFRIEND TESTIFIES HE SHOT PREDECESSOR IN SELF-DEFFNSE 

MAN ACQUITTED IN ASSAULT CASE 

JURY ACOUIIS MAN IN TRIAL FOR ASSAULT 

OAKLEY. LISA 

KIDNAPPING TRIAL MOVED TO VANCE 

OAKLEY, ROBERT LEE ( YOUNGSV IL L E I 
MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

DATES. EUGENE 

MFART ATTACK APPARENTLY CLAIMS WRECK VICTIM 

O'SITUARY 

ORITUARY 

DATES. TIM 

".-STORY BUILDING PLANNED FOR CITY 

BUILDING NEEDS COUNCIL CK 

OFFICE CONDOMINIUMS BEING BUILT DOWNTOWN 

OATNEY. lOLA 

HER VEGETABLES FLOURISH 

OBREMSKEY, BILL 

OBREMSKEY FINOS SUCCESS AT OUKE 

ODETTa 

ODETTA BEGINS 6. N. OUKE CONCERT SERIFS 
NCCU SERIES BEGINS OCT. 28 

ODOM. ANNIE RAY 

COURT LETS TAR HEEL WOMAN'S CONVICTION STAND 

OOCM, OAVE 

ACC ASSISTANTS FACE TOUCH ROAD 

ODOM: SMALL SCHOOLS BETTER FOR SOME KIDS 

OOfM, Guy l. dr. 

OUKE HONORS NEUROSURGEON 
OUKE TO HONOR NEUROSURGEON 

ODOM, RuSS 

HIGH COURT Rules against ouRham ^oman 

OETTINGER. ELMER IChapEl hlLLl 

FRIDAY TO LEAD 2000 COMMISSION 

OETTINGER, MARION 



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JSTHJOPOLOGIST HOPES TO SAVE flCO "EXICAN ART 
OfFTE^OINCEK, ThEODOIE &«AY J». (RAlEIGHI 

3 killeo, 1 mu«r in collision on u.s. 15 north of oxforo 
man injureo in accident listeo in stable condition 

okun. Daniel a. or. 

unc to help oevelopinr, nations with matfr problems 

OLCt JONATHAN M. JR. 

OLD TO SUCCEED MULLIGAN AS HEAD OF LIGGFTT GROUP 
Nf« LIGGETT CHIEF SAYS GROUP PLEASED BY LtM 

OLOFORD, ROBERT 

BUSINESSMAN SKEPTICAL ABOUT REGULATORY CUTS 

OLDHAM, GEORGE MR, c MRS. 

RETIREMENT HOME IS ONE ANSuER FOR ELOERLY PEOPLE 

OLIVE. B. 8. 

•SLUE RIBBON- ROADS GROUP • I RR £ SPONS I BLE • 
OLIVE TO SPFAK AT PUBLIC HEARING 
REPLACE HIGHWAY MANAGER 
I-<iD TRIAL DELAYED; TALKS STALEMATED 
THE WAT THINGS ASF 

OLIVE, C. T. 

GRAND COUNCIL PICKS A WINNER 

OLIVE, DONNA 

STAND UP FOR DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS 

OLIVE, EVE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

OLIVER. David 

DEATH RULED ACCIDENTAL 

OLIVER, JULIUS EOwAHD 
OBITUARY 

OLNEY, JUDITH 

OLNEY COOKS FOR BOOK FAIR 

DURHAM ACADEMY FAIR HAS FLAIR FOR WRITERS 

DINING BECOMES ART FORM WITH. . . JUDITH OLNEY'S COOKBOOK 

ORLEANS, TRACY 

LIGHT UP TO jUIT SMOKING? 

ORLIKOWSKI, VICTOR 

CLINIC TO CLOSE; PREGNANT WOMEN OUT LOOKING 
OKNSTEIN, MARILYN 

PLAYGROUP: PRESCHOOLERS LEARN IN HOME SETTING 

ORTMAN, GENEVIEVE 

STATE PROPOSES LIFTING CLASS-SIZE RESTRICTIONS 

ORveON, YVES 

SHARING INDIAN ARTIFACTS 

OSBAHR, Guy Charles 

I MEN BOUND OVER IN LITTLE RIVER CASE 

I BOUND OVER CN MURDER CHARGES 

LITTLE RIVER INDICTMENTS NAME FOUR 

JURY INDICTS 2 IN DEATH 

Sff^'^H^k*"'^" OISMISSeO IN LITTLE RIVER BEATING CASE 

RICHARDSON LAWYER REMOVED FROM CASE "c-ii-.u ^.Aic 

COURTS INCREASE USE OF PRIVATE DETECTIVES 

'■i*;XF,^*<^'< *" LITTLE RIVER MURDER CASE 

jjjors^of;^;^? i°u,°?'oiir "" =""'"° -''" «^«°" 

ATTORNEYS WANT TRIAL MOVED 

IMMUNITY GIVEN FOR TESTIMONY ON LITTLE RIVER 

fSl-i; *EVEALS SENTIMENT OVER LITTLE RIVER 

".8 PERCENT FEEL DEFENDANTS GUILTY 

JUDGE WON'T MOVE BE A T I NG-OE A TH TRIAL 

LTTLF RIVER TRIAL TO BE IN OURHA" 

RICHARDSON Faces new charges 
MAN facing new Charge 

CHRIS RICHARDSON JAILED AFTER HEARING 

RICHARDSON RETURNS TO JAIL 

LITTLE RIVER TRIAL UNDER WAY 

^tlS'' Jfk^f 1!°"' COMPLETE IN SUNBATHER MURDER TRIAL 

'■^.J^f^f"!? "'^ LITTLE RIVER INCIDENT PRESENTED 

WITNESSES TfLL OF ATTACK AT LITTLE RIVER 

FIVE WITNESSES IDENTIFY RICHARDSON AS ATTACKER 

TESTIMONY CONTINUES IN LITTLE RIVER TRIAL 

R CHARDSON DENIES INSTIGATING ATTACK 

DAY CALLED A •NIGHTMARE- 

RICHARDSON GETS 25-YEAR-TO-LIFE SENTENCE 

n^A'»°I?;'-9=;^Tl^ "'l'"'^ TO LIFE FOR fStal BEATING 

OSBAriP FILcS MOT ON TO SET ASIDE CONVICTION 

DROPPING OF CONVICTION SOUGHT LUNVICIIUN 

^n^'^l^rI'*?-° '='' DEFENDANT IN SEATING DEATH 

OSBAHR FILES PAPERS WITH COURT 

LITTLE RIVER WITNESS TURNS UP 

SJI^'5^,^"'"''^ENJED FOR OSBAHR HEARING 

?ll;"J 'iH'^'l ""ALL TOUCING SUNBATHER 

OSBAhR IDENTIFIER WAVERS 

OSBAHR Case '(Ay DELAY Uf^TIL NOV. 2 

■fHS9l OEMES OSPAhR MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL 

JUDGE DENIES OSBAHR MOTION 

OSBAHR, KATHERINE DIANE REDDISH 

LITTLE RIVER TRIAL UNDER WAY 
"■CMAROSON DENIES INSTIGATING ATTACK 
FINAL ARGUMENTS BEGIN 
DAY CALLED A •NIGHTMARE- 
RICHARDSON GETS 25 YEARS TO LIFE FOR FATAL BEATING 
OSBORNE, RAY lEOENTONI 

COP OUSTER DIES IN CRASH 

OSLING. RICHARD 

EOITOR^S THEORY; EvanGcLICalS IN MIDDLE OF FIGHT FOR SOULS 
OSTERhOuT, SHIRLEY DR. 

SUPPORT FOR CHILD SAFETY NOTED 
OSWALD, LEE HARvEY 



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5/01/81 



INDEX 
IJ/Jl/Sl 



RM INAL 

ING AT KINlSrER 

ILS 



OUTLAW 
NT 

s 



NUTLEA" DEVELOPMENT 
CLEAR REACTOKS 
EET 

STATE 

, OENIES Shutdown 



N DIES AT AGE 56 
OST A flNE WRITER 
ICE SUNDAY 



ME Checkers? 


SEPTIC PANEL IDEAS 



A USELESS EXHUMATION 
DTTLEi TOM 

ooees MOUSE to builo in new te 

outland, billy gene "ev. 

19-year-olo conpesses to shoot 
guin gets 20 years 

outlaw* edward c. , , 

authority fight moves to counc 
tenants" committee stripped 

outlaw* baymcno j. jr. 

the decline and rise of r. j. 
sitf sought for ij million pla 
search for plant site continue 
display of wealth offensive 

overcash. lina brewer , , 

obituary: MRS. LINA B. OVERCASH 

OVERMAN, JAMFS JR. ISILER CITYI 
Chatham man SUES OFFICIALS 

DVfflMANt JO 

ADMINISTERS OATH 

OVFRTOM, OHlPm (SMITHFIELDl 

1<J3'. PACKARD SOLD FOR t350,000 

ovfrton, jamfs s. , ,„, 

stockholder »ants to halt cpcl 
cpcl m«t cancel work on two nu 
-<ate increase opponents will M 
rates group plans meeting » i th 
lcm official says sales better 

OwEN, OORUThy denning 
OBITUARY 

OwEN. GUY 

THE LITFRARY LANTERN 
CRITICS PflOPc "SOUTHtRN LITERA 
GUY OWEN DIES AT 56 
'FLIM-FLAM MAN' AUTHOR GUY OwE 
GUY OWEN: NORTH CAROLINA HAS L 
SITE ChaNCcD for GUY OWEN SERV 

OWEN* HOWARD 

hEY. SPCRTS FANS! hO« ABOUT SO 

OWEN, LESTFR 

RAILROADS PROTEST TAXING METHO 
HEALTH OFFICIALS QUESTION SOME 

OwEN. PATSY M. 

2 HURT AS TRAIN HITS CAR 

OwEN, SALLIE DUDLEY 
OBITUARY 

OwEN, WALLACE 

VIKINGS HAVE ROOKIE COACH 
SG LOOKING FOR DEPTH 

OwEN, WARREN H. 

DUKE POWER LINKS RATES TO INVES 

OWENS, OELMAR DEWAYNF 

CITY SCHOOL OFFICIAL DIES 
CITY SCHOOL SUPI. OF BUILDINGS 

OWENS, EDWARD (NEWARK, N.J.} 
OBITUARY 

OWENS, FLOYD LEE 

FIRE DESTROYS MOBILE HOME 

OwENS, MARK ANTHONY 

FOUR MEN CHARGED IN DEATH OF C 

OWENS, NEl SON MCKINLEY 

WOMAN SHOT OSAO ON S. ROXPDRO 
MAN FACES HEARING IN DEATH 
MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO KILLING 
MAN GETS 15-YEAR TERM FOR SLAY 

OWfNSBY, EARL 

TAR hFEL plans to lead 3-D MOV 
N.C. FILMMAKER ENTERS 3R0 DIME 
HUNT AIDE: PROPOSED BOYCOTT IS 

OXENDINE, DELLA 
OBI lUARY 

OXENDINE, HATDEN P. C DOROTHY w. 

COURT: AGENCIES CAN'T STOP ADOPTION ATTEMPTS 

OXENDINE, ROPERT 

DUKE OFFENSIVE LINE GAINING RESPECT 
MISSED Chances HAUNT OXENDINE 
BRYANT, WILLIAMS EARN ACC HONORS 

OXENDINE, ROSCOE IGREENSBOROI 

MAN, THREE Children die after boat capsizes 

oxford, gaby oav i s (monroe) 

5 men arrested at dog fight 

Pace, Charles lawson (Gastonta) 

spotted fever may have claimed 

pace, robert p. 

financial picture better for r 

pace, rudolf v. "joe" 

n.c. prison escapee captured 
prison escapee captured in n.y. 

pack, claude 

father, son die in surry county 

pace, benjamin f. 

truancy policy deserves support 

"age, david 



MARLOTTE POLICE OFFICER 
ST. 

ING OF WOMAN 



IE RESURGENCE 
NSION 
RIDICULOUS 



5TH VICTIM 
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P«GE 165 

i/ii/aj 



M»NCuH*S WOOLH SEEN IN PHOTOGRAPHV SHOW 
CnNTESTamT r.uESSES CORRECTLY ON BIG FOUR 

PACEi ELLIS B. OR. 

DUKE PkOF: SChOTL STUDY IN ERROR 

OUKF PHOFESSOR SAYS PUBLIC SCHuHL 5 GET -BUM RAP' 

PACEf FANNIE HOLLOrtAY 
OBI TUARY 

PACE. KARQL 

PAGE ON INDIAN 2UREAU 

PACE. LINOA "HAUKEYE" 

PACE FINOS SUDDEN NOTORIETY 

AND N0« FOR STATE. HAWKEYE. UH , PAGE 

PACE. "ANNIE FLGRENCF ''CLEAN 
OBITUARY 

PAGE. WILLIAX S. 

OON'T CHARGE ALL THE SAME 

PAIGE, SATCHEL 

BARBEE DESERVES HONOR 

PAINTER. CARL 

BUSINESSES MAY ?E ALLOWED TO TRIM TREES 

PACASKI. MILAN 

SOMEONE'S IN The kitchen WITH MABEL LITTLE 

PAKTIAWAL. AKHTA9 MOHAMMED 

FORMER AFGHAN OFFICIAL LOOKING FOR JOS IN N.C. 

£«-AF';riiN OFFICIAL HOPES TO CARRY ON FIGHT AGAINST SOVIET INVASION 

PALETZ, OARCY 

E>PERlcNCE The GREAT PLAINS WITHOUT LEAVING TOWN 

EXHIBITION FINDS ITS N.C. ROOTS 

HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOOD 

PALETi. DAVID DR. 

WANDERLUST RRINGS PROF TO DUKE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE HIGHER EDUCATION SET 

PALLAOIO. ANDREA 

DRAWINGS OF ARCHITECT ON EXHIBIT AT ACKLAND 
GET TO KNOW PALLADIO 

PALMER. ALLIE C. 

FIRM OFFICIAL FOUND GUILTY IN ACID DUMP 

PALMER. ARNOLD 

PALMER CLAD ^-TOUR PLAN WAS REJECTED 

CHILDREN'S CL'SSIC: HOPE, PALMER HEADLINE 'BEST FIELD EVER' 

ARNIE BETS ARMY CAN'T HACK IT 

CLASSIC COOPERATION 

COHO, HOPE AND PALMER: GOLF RX FOR CHILDREN'S HEALTH 

STARS WORK MAGIC TO BENEFIT CHILDREN 

VOLUNTEERS FLOCK TO ARNIE'S ARMY 

STARS SHINE IN Classic and please their fans, even on hopeless day 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE HIGHER EDUCATION SET 

CLASSIC MEMORIES 

PALMER RETURNING TO CLASSIC 

PALMER. RICHARD A. DR. 

PALMER VISITS VIRGINIA SCHOOL 

PALMER. WENDELL R05C0E 

GOLDSTON MAN HELD IN SLAYING 

PALMORE. EROMAN OR. 

PLANNING NECESSARY FOR SECURE RETIREMENT 

PARnA.I, Danny GERaLD IDELRAY beach. FLA.l 

FOUR Charged with drug possession 

PAPnAM, JOHN 

DURHAM Building activity up in usi 

COUNCIL DESATFS HOUSING VIOLATION 

COUNCIL DENIES Chance FOR LONG BRANCH SALOON 

CITY IS GIVEN KINGSTON MILL 

PARhAM, LARRY WENDELL I FRANKL I NTONI 

FOUR Charged with druc possession 

PARhAM. MICK 

vepco mismanagement charged 

parham. ronald 

beach romance: this one led to marriage 

PARHAM. TERRY w, IDELRAY BEACH. FLA.l 
FOUR CHARGED WITH DRUG POSSESSION 

PARHAM. WILLIAM G. IRALEIGHI 
PARHAM GETS FARM AWARD 

PARIS. CINDY 

LIBRARY PROJECT OFFERS VALUABLE SERVICE 
CAKEER OPTIONS VISIBLE WITH LIFT 

"AFK. BYOuNGUN "BING" 

THE PALMS HAS A NEW OWNER 

PARK Purchases restaurant 

CARS COLLIDE. INJURIES SLIGHT 

PARKER. ALTON "SARGE" 
OBITUARY 

PARKER, ANDREW D. JR. 

PRIVATE DONATIONS TO DUKE TOTAL RECORD S36 MILLION 
OUKE RAISES RECORD «36 MILLION 

PARKER. BERTHA MASINGALE 
OBITUARY 

PARKER. BILL (GAME WARDEN! 

VETERAN GAME WARDEN TO ADDRESS OU BANOUET 

SHE MADE PLANS TO MARRY BEFORE THEIR FIRST DATE 

PARKER. DOUGLAS BERNARD 

Two ASSAULT. "OR CUSTOMER 

PARKER. FARRAR JR. 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P 9YI 

5 ! 9/J1/81 3 P F -(Tl 
H 2 9/23/Rl B 1 N 



H 2 T/02/R1 A 1 N W2« 
S 2 7/02/ai C 7 N 



H 2 7/24/81 A 10 
S 2 6/18/91 a t, 



S 2 7/16/91 C <, P N 

H 2 7/19/91 B 2 P F M71 



H 2 10/16/81 C 8 

H 2 9/06/81 D <. L 

S2 9/19/81 A <. L 

H 2 11/13/81 6 1 N G53 

H 2 11/16/91 a 1 U S36 



H 2 9/17/91 B 5 P F 
5 2 11/04/91 C 17 P F 



S 2 9/10/81 D I P F A15 
H ? 9/11/81 D 1 P F P66 
S 2 10/01/91 D 1 P F B71 



H 2 6/21/ni 3 P U H49 
H 2 6/24/81 B ITU 



H 2 9/19/Sl D 9 U G68 
S 2 10/08/81 D 3 P F 371 



S 2 12/09/81 C 18 



H 2 5/14/81 D 1 N S91 

H 2 5/26/91 A 1 N P66 

H 2 5/27/81 A ION 

H 2 5/29/81 A 4 E 

H 2 5/31/81 A 1 P F S36 

H 2 5/31/81 A 1 P N P66 

H 2 5/31/91 8 2 P N S9l 

H 2 . 6/01/91 A 1 P N H49 

H 2 6/01/81 a ITU 

H 2 6/07/91 4 6 

H 2 11/09/91 B 12 N P07 



S 2 9/D2/91 A 15 

H I 5/2D/81 C 1 

S 2 7/03/81 C 1 

S 2 11/27/81 C 9 



5 2 5/07/81 A 1 

S 2 5/14/91 C 1 

S 2 6/02/81 B 1 

S 2 12/12/91 A 3 



G H04 
N 



N 054 
N 054 
N 054 
N K90 



S 2 11/27/81 C 9 N 

H 1 6/11/91 B I N 

H 2 7/19/91 E 2 P F S56 

S 2 11/27/81 C 8 N 

S 2 9/23/81 C 7 N 



H 2 6/16/ni A 4 L 

H 2 8/16/81 E 1 P F B30 



H 2 6/06/91 B 1 
S 2 6/06/91 A 3 
S 1 8/21/81 C 1 



H2 8/01/91 A 13 



H 2 8/25/91 A 10 
S 2 9/26/91 A 10 



H 2 12/10/91 A 27 

H 2 10/11/81 B 9 P N 
H 2 9/27/91 E 2^P F B30 

S 2 12/24/91 C 1 N 



BHB 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INOE 

^/Ol/ai - 12/31/9 



APPEALS COU'T ORO'ftS NEW TRIAL 

PABkERi GARY e. 

DURHAM MAN r.tTS FPANKLINTQN JOB 

PAPKEft. GOLDIE GIBSON 

obituary: GOLniE PARKER 

PARKER. JA«£S JR. 

MAN SHOCITS SELF 

QPITUARy: JAMES PARKER JR. 

PAPKERt JOE P. JR. 

COM-ITTEE RECHMMENOS 2 POR HOUSING AUTHORITY PANEL 

PARKER. JOHN HILL (JUDGE) 

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE RESIGNS. PROMISES TO HELP CHILDREN 

PARKER. MAGGIE LEE 
031 TUARY 
03 I TUARY 

PAPkEH. MARY (CHAPEL HlLLI 

mayor fills housing vacancies 

park=r. "ike 

*.ohan sues vickery. universal church 

"apk-k, ro»eri lee 

U^^ I lUARY 
PAPKER. SammEk 

DfiiTuARY: SAM-'tR Parker 
PARKER. Sammy h. 

O&I TUARY 

Parker. sa»ufl a. (ceoar grovE) 
man charged in death 

parker. stephen 0. 

man reports seating 

parker. tim (eljn college mayor! 

three elected to me3ane council 

parker. tony 

major drug bust involves durham 
officers arrest five for drugs 

papker. uilliam a. jr. 

■prince of darkness"? 

parker. william patrick 

Two-car accident in downtown Durham 

THREE hurt in crash 

parkins. ROBERT 

ORGAN RECITAL SLATED TUESDAY 

PARKS. CLIFFORD R, 

COKEft APeORETUM: A LIVING MUSEUM 

PARKS. GEORGE 

MANUFACTURER PLANS DURHAM COUNTY PLANT 

PARKS. ROBERT 

TEEN WATERS PLANTS BUT PREFERS CACTUS 

PARKS. WILL lAM L. 

LAWYER'S SUIT BIO DENIED 
CLIENT SUES LAWYER 

PaRRIS. AUMAN JAMISON 
OBITUARY 

PARRIS. WALTER 

N.C. MEMORIAL OFFICIALS DISPUTE LOSS REPORTS 

N.C. MEMORIAL SPENDING UNDER BUDGET 

MONEY REIURN:0 TO STATE BY N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
PARRISH. ALFRED ICARRBO(?Q) 

7 CHARGED IN CHAPEL HILL WITH ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS 
PAR((ISM, D. C. COL. 

HO, TIMES 00 CHANGE: LIVED LIFE OF SERVICE 
PARRISH, ERNEST 

^nk'^lt^l S?iP RETIRING AFTER <, 1 YEARS AS FIREMAN 

100 HONOR RETIRING FIREMEN 

?!TIRING EIRE OFFICIAL HAY SUN FOR COUNCIL 

EX-ASSISTANT FIRE CHIEF WIlL SEEK COUNCIL SEAT 

ihiWh tun i^n/i'ii/°'' """"'^ ""^^'^ 

cifL°r'*l'';!J*'^,^"*'-'- ■" DURHAM ELECTIONS 
f '■Z'JS l^°^- '' "'E fOO CITY OFFICES 
CANDIDATES WEEDING SELVES OUT 
I NEED YOUR SUPPORT 

PUBLIC Safety: a time for planning 

TOM CAMPBELL LEADS IN GIFTS 

^f?2'P*JJ5i SERVICES EXTENSION BOON TO CITY 

J I ; ii?*js^NS?^^siESf§"^;!^^??Y^r^Tsrjs^i 
£i?§i°?f!^Nr,^^5a?r;^uS?"''"'' "'' "^-' ™ '""^^ 

ftSSiS-"'"^"!"^ OUTNUMBER POLL WATCHERS ON 'SLOW DAY 

9i^S?£'-t '^OT YET SURE OF WARD 1 OPPONENT 

mJc?'?;I^^ .'S?? -J^" DOWNTOWN DEVELOpSeNT 

JnlL^Vf-^"''"'^"^^ - 5= THE AT-LARGE RACE 

ROOENiHlJtR. MARKHAM CLASH AT FORUM 

?Jnt.*.'"'l "LIPEFULS: SERVICES MUST BE PROVIDED 

IcPff r^.'^V-o;^ MOVING SIDEWAYS. NOT FORWARD 

RELIGIOUS GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES IN 4 RACES 

I NEED YGUR SUPPORT o'v-cj 

Two GROUPS ANNOUNCE ENDORSEMENTS 

ILS&SlEMU?ir^5R5^;T^?^?S°?N^iiiN^?L"''5UES 
PARRISH. G. L. 

OFFICERS HURT IN SCUFFLE 
PARRISH, LARRY 



E S 


PACE 166 




1/11/92 


S I T 




N E ELY 




P DATE C PG I P 3YL 




H 2 12/04/81 A 13 N 




H 2 11/25/81 B 1 N 




H 2 5/D1/81 A 8 




S 2 6/16/81 C I N 




H 2 t/l'J/Rl A 14 




H 2 8/27/81 B 1 N 




S 2 12/07/81 A 5 N 




H 2 7/13/81 A <) 




H 2 7/14/81 All 




S 2 9/18/81 A 13 N 




H 2 6/27/81 B 1 N H68 




H 2 10/17/81 B 5 




H Z 5/20/81 A 8 




H 2 7/00/81 A 12 




H 2 10/07/81 All N 




S 2 9/21/Sl C 1 N 




H 1 11/04/81 B 1 N 




H 2 7/10/81 A 1 N 351 




S 2 7/1D/81 C 1 N 




H 2 9/03/81 A 4 L 




H 2 8/20/81 A 8 P P S76 




S 2 8/20/81 A 7 N 




H 2 5/51/81 4 11 N 




H 2 5/03/81 E 1 P F S56 




H 2 12/22/81 B I N Bai 




H 2 11/01/81 E 10 P F 078 




H 2 8/05/81 CI N 851 




S 2 a/05/81 A 3 N 




H 2 8/29/81 C 2 




H 2 7/07/81 8 1 N 




5 2 8/10/81 A 1 N 




H 2 8/12/81 A ID N 




H 2 11/21/81 B 1 N 




S 2 12/18/81 C 3 D U D43 




H 2 5/20/81 AS N A54 




S 2 6/06/31 A 3 P N 




H 2 6/30/ni All N 




S 2 7/23/81 A 1 P N K90 




H 2 7/26/ai A 4 P F L57 




H 2 7/26/81 A 5 U L57 




H 2 a/15/81 B 1 P N 




S 2 8/15/81 A 3 N 




H 2 9/03/81 a 1 N 




H 2 9/05/81 C I P N W36 




H 2 9/28/81 A 1 N SSI 




H 2 9/28/81 A 11 P A 




H 2 9/29/81 B 14 P A 




H 2 9/30/81 B N S51 




S 2 10/01/81 C N K90 




S 2 10/02/81 C N K90 




S 2 10/03/81 A 3 N K90 




H 2 10/04/Bl A p N 




H 2 10/07/81 A N S51 




H 2 10/07/81 8 1 P N S36 




S 2 10/07/81 A 1 N K90 




H 2 10/14/81 CI N SSI 




H 2 10/29/81 8 1 G 




H 2 10/30/8 B 1 P N SSI 




S 2 10/30/8 CI G K90 




S 2 10/30/8 C 1 N K90 




H 2 10/31/8 B 1 N S51 




H 2 11/01/81 A 4 P A 




H 2 11/0 1/8 C 1 N 




H 2 11/01/8 D 1 P F 




H 2 U/02/8 A 11 P A 




H 2 11/04/81 A 1 P N C53 




S 2 11/04/81 A 1,P N K90 




S 2 12/21/81 A 10 N 





MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 



NAMES 



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MumE" »E«LI2FS A FIVE-STAR FANTASY 
DUEL Of UNBEaTENS lOfS SUN OPfNEHS 

PABHISH. MICHAEL JAYNE I H I L L S BOROUG H ) 
i ESCAPEES RECAPTURED 
3 I^iMATES IN PERSON CHARGED Ml TH ESCAPE 

PARRISH, ROBERT C. 

RECOG'IW ING HEROISM 

STATE CITES 2 MORKERS AT HOSPITAL 

PARRISHt lEO ICHAPEL MILLI 

THREE FILE FOR ORANGE ELECTIONS 

SURPRISE CANDIDATES FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 

TFaChFR EVALUATIONS DISCUSSED 

COALITION SUPPORTS 2 

S VYING FHR THREE SCHOOL BOARH SEATS 

TEACHERS' GROUP ENDORSES THREE 

3 STAY ON SCHOOL 80ARD 

3 KEEP SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

PARROTT, JANET C. ISTOVALLl „„„ „ „„ 

CURRIN RUNS UNOPPOSED FOR ANOTHER TERM AS OXrORD MAYOR 

PARROTT, hESLEY BRIAN IMONROEI 

5 MEN ARRESTED AT DOG FIGHT 

PARSONS. BENNY 

PARSONS HITCHES RIDE ON RANIER RACING TEAM 

PARTIN. Gladys bohen 

OBITUARY 

PARTlNa HARRY DR* 

OUKE professor expects MUBARAK TO TRY CONTINUING PEACE EFFORTS 
THE BLACK MUSLIMS HAVE CHANGED 

PARTIN, MARILYN 

DURHAM'S GIVING SPIRIT HELPS UNFORTUNATE PEOPLE 

PARTIN. "INERVA PEARSON 
OBITUARY 

PARTIN. PUTM t, ALLEN ISILER CITYI 

IN SPITE OF HANDICAPS. THE HORLO IS THEIRS... 

PARTON, DANNY IMCDOWELL COUNTY) 

IF THE BODY IS DECOMPOSED, CAN 



A KILLER BE CONVICTED? 



PARTON. JAMES EDWARD IPRYSON CITYI 

N.C. YOUTH DIES IN GA. AUTO CRASH 

PASCHAL. HUSTON 

AN UNHAPPY MlxniRF OF BUSINESS AND ART 

PASCHALL. MALLIE JETHES 
OBITUARY 
A TRIBUTE TO MALLIE PASCHALL 

PASOUINI, DAVID A. (Chapel hilli 

MRS. BOULTUN, PASOUINI ENTER CHAPEL HILL RACE 

SURPRISE CANOIOATES FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 

CHAPEL HILL HOPEFULS FACE HOUSING 

2 CHAPEL HILL INCUMBENTS LOSE 

HIGHER TAXES KEY TO CHAPEL HILL ELECTIONS 

TOWN COUNCIL MEMBERS TO BE SWORN IN TONIGHT 

PASSMORE. BOB ANO CAROL 

BUEASTFEO BABIES DO BETTER 

PASTURE. MARY S. 

SBI PROBES BEAUFORT DEATH 

P»Tt. JERRY 

IREVINO. PATE GIVE BOOST TO HALL OF FAME 
PATE TAMES GAME TO LEAD IN -FAME' 

PATERNO. JOE 

N.C. STATE WIN PaTERNO'S 1ST STEP TOiiARD GREATNESS 

PATRICK. FRANKLIN WODDROH I Hi LL SBQR OUGH I 
OBITUARY 

PATRIKIOS. ROBERT ALLEN IRALEIGH) 
THREE TAR HEELS ARE SENTENCED 
JUDGE ALTERS SENTENCE IN GUN CASE 

PATTAWAY. EMMANUEL STEVEN (LUM3ERT0NI 

LUMEERTON MAN KILLED IN SCUFFLE WITH OFFICERS 

PATTEN. ARTHUR 

CR IME OR IVES OUT MIAMI AN 

PATTERSON. CECIL DO. 

FACULTY DEGREE RULE CREATES UNCERTAINTY 

ORDER TO UPGRADE FACULTY DESCRIBED 

NCCU BOARD OF TRUSTEES ELECTS NEW OFFICERS 

DECREE EXPECTED TO AFFECT NCCU FACULTY SLIGHTLY 

PATTERSON. CLAUDE 

DURHAM PSO kEPORTEOLY FIRED 
PSO FIRES PATTERSON 

PATTERSON. JANE SMITH 

MRS. PATTERSON NAMED TQ ADMINISTRATION POST 
NEW MEMBERS OF HUNT CABINET SWORN IN TODAY 
CABINET SHUFFLES STIR LITTLE INTEREST 

2 NEw N.C. Cabinet members Sworn in 

WOMEN ARE GETTING MORE TOP N.C. GOVERNMENT JOBS 

COUNCIL WANTS EXEMPTION ON STATE-OWNED AUTOS LAW 

COUNCIL OF STATE MEMBERS WANT TO KEEP STATE CARS 

UNC SPOKESMAN DENIES 600 STATE CARS AVAILABLE 

STATE CARS PUT TQ MANY USES AT UNIVERSITY, OFFICIALS EXPLAIN 

ROYALL Says liEGULATIONS ON CARS SHOULD APPLY TO COUNCIL OF STATE 

PATTERSON, R. A. 

SUPPORTING LUNG ASSOCIATION 

PATTERSON. RUSSELL LEE 
OBITUARY 

PATTERSON. SCOTT 

PCP HURLERS TAME HITTERS 
PATTERSON BULLS' TRUMP CARD 
SUNS PEAT BULLS IN EXTRA INNINGS 
PATTERSON CRUISES BUT BULLS FALTER 



N E 
P D 



H 



S I T 

E L Y 

C PG L P BYL 



S 2 7/13/Bl D 3 P U CO'' 
H 2 12/28/81 B 3 P F S71 



H 1 12/18/81 C 1 
H 2 12/1>>/81 A 5 



S 2 5/28/Rl C 12 P P R9I 
H 2 5/2'»/8l A 10 P N 



S 2 10/02/81 C 1 

H 2 10/03/81 A S 

M 2 10/13/81 A 12 

S 2 10/21/81 A 10 

S 2 1D/30/R1 A 6 

H 2 10/31/81 A 1 1 

H 2 11/04/81 B 1 

S 2 ll/0<,/81 A 6 



N M23 

N Xl*, 

N M23 

N M23 

N M23 

N 

N M23 



H 1 10/10/81 B 1 N 
H 2 9/25/Rl C 7 N 
H 2 ll/lS/81 B 8 P N 



H 2 10/16/81 C 8 



S 2 10/D7/81 A 1 
H 2 12/23/81 A 5 



N U57 
L 



S 2 11/26/81 CI N F30 

H 2 7/ll/fll B 6 

H 2 12/27/81 E 1 P F 630 

H 2 7/26/81 A 9 N 

H 2 11/20/81 A 10 N 

H 2 6/26/81 12 P R G6S 



7/24/81 A 10 
a/O'./Bl A 4 L 



9/29/81 
10/03/81 
10/31/91 
U/04/81 
ll/04/ai 
12/14/81 



12 

5 



N X14 
N M36 
N W36 
N W36 
N H36 



H 2 10/28/81 A 



H 2 7/06/81 B 3 



H 2 9/06/81 6 6 N POT 
H 2 9/26/Bl 1 P N P07 



S 2 U/05/BI C 2 P U 018 



H 2 10/14/81 A 



H 2 10/08/81 A 17 
H 2 10/29/91 A 3 



H 2 9/18/81 A 18 



H 2 11/09/91 A 1 P N 



S 2 d/26/ni A 1 N X12 

H 2 9/17/81 B 1 N H68 

S 2 9/17/91 C 1 P N F30 

H 2 12/19/81 C 1 N W2'l 



H 

s 


2 
2 


11/11/81 
U/11/81 


C 
C 


4 
1 




N 
N 




H 

s 
s 

M 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 

1 

2 


7/30/81 
3/03/fll 
8/03/81 
9/04/81 
9/12/81 
9/18/81 
9/19/91 
9/22/91 
9/27/81 
10/01/91 


A 
A 

c 

A 
B 
A 
A 
A 
A 

e 


20 
2 
5 

13 

1 

i 
1 

I 
3 





N 
N 
J 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


G53 
G53 


S 


2 


12/05/91 


A 


5 


P 


P 




H 


2 


10/24/91 


A 


1 1 









H 
S 
H 

s 


2 
2 

2 
2 


5/14/81 
5/14/91 
5/15/81 
5/15/91 


c 




•i 
2 
1 
1 


P 
P 


N 
N 
N 
U 


M71 
R66 
G19 
R66 



»±mMmt»M»^rmrMma 



monthly/an^jual 



[ > E X 
U/31/ni 



P»IIE»50n ««STtRS «fT5 

"ArTEKSDN. V. a. "PAT" (SILEO CIT»I 
PATTE»SCM TBIAL IS ^'OVED 
SILCa CIT» PILICE CHIEF GOES ON TRIAL 
DEPUTY TESriflES AGAINST 5ILER CITY CHIEF 
JURY eeCINS DEL IBEDATIONS IN POLICE CHIEF'S TBIAL 
JURY PQ\OEaS SILEB CITY POLICE CHIEF CASE 
OFL riiFRATIaiS CONTINUING IN SILES CITY CHIEF'S CASE 
JUDGE DECLA3E5 "ISTfllAL IN SILER CITY POLICE CASE 
5-3 JURY 0E40LCCK eRINGS MISTRIAL IN PATTERSON CASE 
NO RETRIAL OF POLICE CnlEF SOUGHT 
PATTERSON CHAPGFS MAY b^ DROPPED 
SlLER CITY C-iIEF REINSTATED, RESIGNS 
ACTING POLICE CHIEF NAMED IN SILER CITY 

PATTON, DICK 

DURHAM FtAL ESTATE JORKERS MAY DECLINE 

PATTON. FRANCES GRAY 

STATE'S TOP PROFESSIONAL JRITESS WILL HONOR FRANCES GRAY PATTON 

PATTON JOINS FINE GROUP 

WRITERS 'WONDER' AT PATTON TALENT 

PATTON. GEORGE S. GENERAL 

FOLKS AROUND Htflt: WITH THE FOURTH ESTATE 

PAUL. ALICE 

ALICE PAUL 

PAUL. GSAYOON 



ABURER FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS 



. GSAYOON 
OLD BEAUFORT SY THE SEA 

PAUL. JUDY RICHARDSON IWAKE FOREST) 
OBITUARY 

PAXTON. JACK 

UNITED WAY HELPS ALL 

UNITED WAY GIVING HITS 31X 

UNITED WAY DRIVE AT 31. 8< OF GOAL 

UNITED WAY CLIMBS TO ^i.iX OF GOAL 

UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN J735.905 SHORT OF GOAL 

UNITED WAY CLIMBS 

urJITED WAY DRIVE AT 62.9 PCT. OF GOAL 

TIMES COULD 3E BETTER FOR GIVING 

UNITED WAY EXTENDS ORIvE WEEK IN PUSH TO HIT GOAL 

UNITED WAY Extends campaign 

united way ends drive a bit short 

receive awards 

folks apouno hebe: close shave 

'amazing' effort was needed to match united way's goal 

touGh job done well 

thanks for united way support 

united way sats thanks 

campaign officiilly over 

payano. vioal 

clowning around 

payne. clifton asa "pop" i frankl int on i 

former frankl*intun mayor. commissioner dies at 90 

Payne, mike 

PtP HURLERS TAMf HITTERS 

PAYNF. H. D. (HENDERSON) 

Two NAMED COLLEGE TRUSTEES 

PEACE. GEORGIA HFARN 

obituary: GEDBGIa PEACE 

PEACE. Ralph e. 

PARKS DEPARTMENT GETS INTERIM DIRECTOR 

PEACE. wICtERT LEE 

Two are CHARGED IN ThEFT OF GUNS 

PEACE. WILLIAM 

ACCESS: DEAF CITIZENS GET INTERPRETERS 

PEACOCK, SARAH BURT 
OBITUARY 

PEAK. ARTHUR RAY ILEVEL C)kOSS) 

tl MILLION 5QND SOUGHT IN CASE 

PEAKS. ANTHONY ANTONIO 

MAN CHARGED WITH JUNE 17 BREAK-lNS 
PEAKS CHARGED IN PREAK-INS 

PEAKS. RUFUS LEON 

FEMALF OFFICEB HIT: TERM GIVEN IN ASSAULT 

PEACE. NORMAN VINCENT OR. 

RETIREMENT COMMUNITY IS PLANNED 

(.ROUP aUYS CRAIG MANOR FOR RETIREMENT COMPLEX 

PEA8CE. EONA O'NErL 
031 TUARY 

PEARCE. GARY 

FLAK FROM SALE IGH 

GOVERNOR HAS REASON ON HIS SIDE 

THE TAX DEBATE ANO ITS CATCH 21 

PEARCE. JOSEPH LEc: 

FRANKLINTON MAN FACES POT CHARGE 

PEARCE. WILLIAM w. 

N.C. NATIVE ON LIBYAN HIT LIST 

PEARSALL. THOMAS J, 

PEARSALL. ZENO BERNARD 

SENTENCE IS 3S-<,G YEARS IN 3EATING 

PEARSE. BICHARO DR. 

AN OLO SOLDIER REMINISCES ... 
PEARSON. OAVIO 

PEARSON ON POLE FDR MASON-DIXON 

PEARSON A GIANT IN SOUTHERN 500 

NEW TEAM FOR PEARSON DISCUSSED 

PEARSON, EDGAR Thomas 



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H 1 


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H ? 


7/14/ei 


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H ? 


7/15/Bl 


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H ? 


7/l6/fll 


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7/17/81 


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H 2 7/12/81 D 3 P U HAS 

S 2 7/15/81 A 4 E 

H 2 a/D9/8l 3 P U H<>5 



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S 2 9/10/81 6 2 F A15 

H 2 6/26/81 D 1 P F P66 

H 2 12/14/81 fl 7 



S 2 9/01/81 A 4 E 

S 2 10/06/ei B 1 N S83 

H 2 10/07/81 6 1 N F78 

S 2 10/13/81 6 1 N S83 

H 2 10/14/BI 6 3 N 

S 2 10/20/81 C 1 N S83 

H 2 10/21/81 a 1 N 

H 2 10/26/61 A 1 P F VD5 

H 2 10/28/81 A 1 N 

S 2 10/28/91 C 1 N 

H 2 11/07/81 A I P N V05 

S 2 11/07/81 A 2 P P S76 

H 2 11/1 1/81 C 1 U 

S 2 11/14/91 A 3 N 583 

H 2 11/19/81 A 4 E 

S 2 12/12/81 A 4 L 

H 2 12/18/81 A 4 L 

H 2 12/31/81 B 1 N 



S 2 3/05/81 a 2 P P T37 

H 2 5/22/81 C 10 Q 

H 2 5/14/81 1 P N M71 

H 1 7/14/81 6 1 N 

H2 5/01/81C10 

H 1 9/16/81 6 1 N 

H 1 7/D2/ai B 1 N 

H 2 U/20/ni a 1 P N B81 



H 2 7/03/81 C 12 
H I 7/21/81 6 1 



H 2 10/12/81 A ID 
S 2 10/12/31 A 7 



H 2 7/04/81 B 1 



H 2 9/14/81 A I P N A20 
S 2 9/14/81 C 1 N 



H 2 11/28/91 A 



H 2 5/17.'81 4 
H 2 5/17/81 D 4 
H 2 5/29/81 A 4 



H 1 6/11/ei B 1 
H 2 11/30/81 A 13 



H 7 5/06/81 C 6 
S 2 5/06/81 C 18 



H 2 9/04/81 A 5 N 

H 2 3/23/81 D 1 P F G09 



H 2 5/17/81 B 8 N 

H 2 9/07/81 6 2 F S91 

H 2 10/25/81 fl 13 N S91 



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PACE 169 
1/U/flJ 



C PC L P AIL 



OBITUABY 
PESSSON 

JANES L' 



JAMES LAKKIN 
POET LAJPEAT': PEAkSON DIES AT IJ| 
■-- ■■ -- - THE POET HAS iONE. "UT HIS SONC LINCEPS 



« I'J PEASSOU: 



PESSSI'.. SA.iAN SPICE" 
SUPPCPT POLICE 



S3':. -iLLIAh C. II 
VOuTm PFPORTS sexual ASSAULT In DURHAM CQUMTV JAIL CELL 
OA 10 PROSE A!>USE CHANGE 

•JE'Rf COI\C TO TEACH YOU": l»-YEAR-QLO RECOUNTS ALLEGED JAIL ASSAULT 
»a3'.G <INO TF LESSO-1 



EO-ARTS ASK^ ^BI HELP 

O.A. TO SEEK JAIL ASSAULT INDICTMENTS 

ED-AROS TO ASK 1.'jOICT"ENTS 

GRAND JURY INOICTS ) INMATES Oi4 SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGES 

NO CONTEST OLEAOEO I,. JAIL CELL ASSAULT 

MAN SURPRISES HOuStJlFE 

HOUSEBREAKING CRT'E HITS HOME FOR JUDGE 

JUDGE JON'T ALLOm MISDEANOR PLEA IN HOUSEBREAKINGS 

LOSER IN MANY .^AYS 



LOSER IN MANY .^AYS 

DISTRICT COURT JUDGES KILL SEEK RE-ELECTION 
•JURY" STILL OUT ON STATE'S NE< SENTENCING A 
FOUR SEEK TO RETAIN DISTRICT COURT JUDGESHIP 



-.CT 
PS 



PEAY. JAMES ROPERT 

obituary: JAMES R. PEAY 

PECK. HARVFY DR- 
3PITUARY 

PECK. RICHARD H. 

P'CK LEAl/ING 3UKE 

PECK LEAVES DUKE FOR ALABAMA POST 

PECK. RQPERT 
CITY 
SE-E 

PECK, STACY L. 
QBI TUARY 

PECERSON, JOHN 



ROPERT 

ITY OFFICIALS STILL HATCH WATER LEVEL. USAG 

E-ER SERVICE MAY BE DELAYED IN ANNEXED AREA 



SON, JOHN 

BUDGET OK ENDS XORK MARATHON 



PECIGO, TO" 



I, TO" 

PRAINSTORM' SET DIRECTOR FINOS PROPS 
DURHAM HAS A 'BRAINSTORM' 



IN TRIANGLE 



PEEBLES, HENRY JOSE IRAlEIGhI 

CORONER LINKS PRISONER'S DEATH TJ DISEASED HEART 

PEELE, JOAr.fi 

THIEVES GET OVER 110,000 

PEELE, STANLEY 

CARRBOPa MAN UNDER ARREST FOR ASSAULT GF WOMAN, 17 

PEELE, TAL"AGE L. OR. 

DUKE PROFESSOR T. L. PEELE DIES 

PEELER, JOHN 

YOUNGER GENERATION FINE 

PEERY. RAYMOND 

SOUTHERN STATES CONSIDER REGIONAL N-WASTE DUMP 

PEEvELES. HENRY JOSE IRALEIGHI 

INMATE DIES FROM MEAD INJURY 

PEGG. MAOY N. (REP. I 

LOVE MAY TURN HER INTO DEMOCRAT 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY SOAP OPERA (CARTOONI 

REP. PEGG SAYS IT WILL PE RELIEF TO LEAVE POLITICS 

MRS. PEGG OFFICIALLY RESIGNS SEAT IN ASSEMBLY 

LEGISLATOR IS SWORN IN 

PEGGINS, FANNIE 

S.C. WOMAN MARKS HER 117TH BIRTHQAY 

PECRAM, HORACE D. 

7 FACING TOBACCO CHARGES 

FOUR PLEAD GUILTY TO TOBACCO CHARGES 

PEGRAM, J. TIMOTHY 

PEGRAM IS COG CHAIRMAN 

PEGRAM. RABIE V. 
OBITUARY 

PELL. JOE 

PANEL'S CRITICS SAY POLITICS INFLUENCE POLLUTION PERMITS 

PELLEY. WILLIAM DUDLEY 

PELLEY'S MYSTICISM Evolved into politics 

pemberton. maggie floyd 
obituary 

pence. robert l. 

state's chief fbi agent praises publicity on motorcycle gangs 
slavery claimed at labor camp 
uncovering corruption 

pender. clay henry i k erners v i lle i 

obituary 

ptndergraft. norman 

all-black collection at nccu art museum 

pendepgpaft to moderate 



KtNUtl'GRAFI IJ MUUtRATt 

black images in art to be examined 
They Share memories of stagvillE 

PENOERGRAPH. alma STEPHENS 
OBITUARY 

PENOERGRASS, JOHN IFIREMANI 

100 HONOR RETIRING FIREMEN 

PENOERGRASS, JOHN ATLAS 
CITIZENSHIP AWARD 
CITIZENSHIP AWARD 

PENOERGRASS, JOHN WHITE 



H 2 i/ot/ai 



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H 2 



8/27/81 A 
a/30/81 D 



H 2 9/06/81 D 



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5/23/81 


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»51 


H 




5/27/81 


( 




N 


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H 




5/29/81 


H 




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451 


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5/29/81 


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9/13/81 


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5/07/fll 


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a/18/81 


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12/2'./81 


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H ? 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


3/07/81 
3/09/81 
3/11/81 
8/25/81 
9/16/81 


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6 

5 
6 


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T T 

N 

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H 2 3/05/ai A II 



H 2 
H 2 


6/04/81 
10/21/81 


A 
A 


17 
3 


N 
N 


H 1 


6/30/81 


B 


1 


N 


H 2 


8/07/81 




5 





M 2 


10/17/81 




5 


N 


S 2 


10/23/81 




5 


F JSO 


H 2 


12/10/81 




27 





H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


8/26/81 

9/26/81 

11/23/81 




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1 
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N A54 

N 
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H 2 8/21/81 C 



H 2 5/01/81 

S 2 5/01/81 

H 2 7/08/81 

H 2 12/04/81 



H 2 9/25/31 
S 2 6/06/81 



S 2 6/02/81 
5 2 6/02/81 



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MQNTHLr/ANNU'L INUEX 

S/01/91 - li/)l/fll 



PENOFar,B»SS. Ll'inv capt. icmapel mIlli ,„,,, 

fl»e rFFlCERS PLAN 'dl PACE POP OPANGE COUtjrr SHEPIFF 

P6NULET0N. MHSES 

A FCUMOER OF PILQPOLUS BETuPNS TO 'rME 7RiaE" 

PEr.N. fCRI'JGTON S, 

LEAF "USeuN PLA'INfO IN PEIDSVILLE 

P£fjr<iMON. LAPrtY A, 

CnuBt SAID MI^LEO B» "MOSTArtE' 

PENNrN&rON, MERMAN JHSEPH 

OFFICER GIVEN bRECK TICKET 

PENNY. A. C. 

MEMO SPARKS iHAPP PROTEST 

PENNY. JAMES 

J ATTACK MAN IN PARKING LOT 

PENNY. JERRY MICHAEL 

JURY SELECTION "EGINS IN LITTLE RtvER TRIAL 

LITTLE RIVER TRIAL UNDER WAY 

MITNESSES TELL OF ATTACK AT LITTLE RIVES 

FIvE .WITNESSES IDENTIFY RICHARDSON AS ATTACKER 

RICHARDSON 0EMF5 PISTIGATING ATTACK 

ATTORNEYS END ARGUMENTS 

OtN;<nSE. DAVID 

•I.e. ?nLOGIST SAYS STUDIES ON PESTICIDES CENSORED 

Pe PLC. V. A. 

LOuIS°UR& mayor meads ELECTRICITIES 

PEOPLES, JAMES 

MAN HOUNOEO IN SHOOTING 

Two SHOT FOLLOWING DISTURBANCE 

MEN FIRE ON PEDESTRIAN 

PEOPLES. V. A. ILOUI53URGI 

FIVE VIE IN LOUISeuRG RACE 

11 STILL HOSPITALIZED IN FOOD POISONING 

PEPPER. CLAUDE (FLORIDA REP. I 

MEDDLING IN PRIVATE AFFAIRS 
WRITER MEDDLES IN AGE ISSUE 

PEPPERS. FRED IwAkE FORESTI 

PEPPERS' WORK IS HIS MINISTRY 

PERCY, ..ALKEB 

SOUTHERN WRITERS DISCOVER COMMON THEME FOR WORK 

PERDUE. MICHAEL 

RALEIGH MAN GETS 3 YEARS IN PLOT TO OVERTHROW ISL>NO 

PERDUE. WILLIAM R. JR. 

PREACHERS RAN NIAON FRO" HOUSE 

PEREZ OE CUELLAR, JAVIER 
A Change at the U.N. 

PEREZ. CATHY 

dOuNCING AROUND KEEPS MER FIT 

PEPGERSON. FANNIE ROGERS 

Om TuARY 

PERKINS. BRANDON IHlLLSeOROuGH] 

hillsrorough poy killed by tree 

OeiTuARY 

PERKINS. SAM 

BIG APPLE OFI-allTEN BY CAROLINA 

PERRY, AUBON MR. C MRS. 

WATERMELON FEAST SLATED WEDNESDAY 
MUNCHING MELON 

PERRY, BILL 

FAi,M LOANS FOR RENTALS BEING HALTED 

PERRY. aflENDA 

ME WOOED HIS RRIOE WITH SONG OF LOVE 

PERRY, CLARENCE 

CENTRAL PRISON INMATE KILLED 

PERRY, DORIS 

TELLER IDENTIFIES GUNMAN 

PERRY, E. L. INORLINAI 

NORLINA MAS MAYOR'S RACF 

DAVIS IS Elected mayor of norl ina 

PERRY. EVELYN 

Two RESIGN POSTS AT ECU 

PERRY. FRANK REV. 

HIROSHIMA TALK S£T 

HIROSHIMA: U.S. VET APPALLED BY DESTRUCTION 

NUCLEAR ARMS 0E3ATE NEEDED 

PERRY. JAMES ELMO 

OBITUARY: JAMfS E. PERRY 

PERRY. JEROME J. OR. 

SCIENTISTS ATTEMPT PCB BREAKDOWN 

PERRY. JCE LOUIS 

WOMAN CHARGED IN SLAYING 

PERRY. LEON W. Ill IH6N0ERSONI 

INAPPROPRIATE USE OF MANSION 

PERRY* ONUS NORMAN 
TOSSED SALAD 

PERRY. PATSY b. OR. 

GRADERS hOLO 'CONVENTION' 
PERRY GRADES PLACEMENT TESTS 

PERRY, ROBERT WILLIAM I FR ANKL I NTONI 



NAMES 



PAGE 170 
1/11/S2 



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12/1''/81 

9/11/81 

7/23/81 

8/03/81 

1 l/26/ei 

11/07/91 

9/Q'i/ai 

11/09/81 



9/2B/81 
9/29/fll 
9/30/81 
10/01/81 
10/02/81 
10/03/81 



10/16/81 
a/11/81 



8/08/81 
8/08/81 
9/12/81 



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10 P N W36 
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10/09/91 



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11/29/81 
7/02/91 
9/06/81 
12/19/91 
9/07/91 
9/16/81 



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9/07/81 
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6 P F 

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1 P F G53 

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6 P F J66 

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2 P F 



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1 P P R91 



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10/28/81 

5/20/91 

6/09/81 



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2 P F Hiti 

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11/05/81 



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5/26/91 
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7/22/91 
12/13/81 
11/21/81 



7/02/91 
7/09/91 



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1 P F A20 

4 L 



mmmmmrngggmmmm 



MONTHLY/AN 



INDEX 



NAMES 



PACE 171 

i/11/ni 



nEAO-ON COLLISION KILLS 3. INJUBES 1 

iHSEc KILLEOi THK6E IMJU«60 IN CRASH AT REDWOOO «0A 



PEBKY. I. n. 

ANOY GRIFFITH 
6RANCH1NC OUT: 



Tn ATTEND TREE FARM GALA 
ANDY ADOS PINE-SPBCUTING TO LINE- 



PERRY, THELMA 

CENTERS RECEIVE USE PERMITS 



PERRY, THOMAS 
FLA, MAN 



I I I 
HELD 



:N SUSPECTED SLAYING OF BOY 



CI TES PFRSICHETTI 



PEBSKHETTI, VINCE' 
SYMPnONY WEEK 

PERSON, M, M, JR, 

FRANKLIN HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR TO RETIRE AUG. 31 

PERSON, Thomas arrington ilouisburgi 

FESTIVAL TO AID RESTORATION 

PETASNICK, WILLIAM 0. 

N.C. MEMORIAL GETS NEW CHIEF OF OPERATIONS 

PETERS, ELBERT L. JR. 

MCITOR VEHICLES OFFICIAL UUITS FOR ANOTHER JOB 

TITLES TO LIST CARS' MILEAGE 

REMARKS ON JUDGE MAY HAVE BROKEN LAW 

PETE1S1N, ALBERT 

3IAL 111 DURING EMERGENCIES 

PEIERSON, CALEB 

pftErSJN to ilVE FREE CONCERT HESE 

PETERSON, Patricia itastonui 

SURPJCaTE mother is SOUGHT 

surrogate mother search attracts LOT Of ATTENTION 

PETERSON, PETE 

PETERSON SEARCHING FOP GAME IN MEMORIAL 

PETERSON. «. L. 

COURT UPHOLDS DEATH PENALTY 

PETERSON, WAYNE ITARBOROI 

BUSINESS LEADER SAYS INDUSTRY GREATLY NEEDED IN EASTERN N.C. 

PETTIFCIRC, ANNIE MAE 

MAN SFNTENCFO FOR SLAYING 

PETTIFORn, NEwFLL ( FR ANKL I NTON I 

87-YEAR-OLD FRANKLIN MAN REPORTED ROBSEO OF 1500 

PETTIFOftn, RICHAPO 

QFFICERS HURT DURING SCUFFLE 
OFflCEKS HURT IN SCUFFLE 

PETTIGBEw, FRANK GLENN 

iwu hfnoerson hfn killed in car crash 

Two DIE, ONE HURT IN OXFORD ACCIDENT 

PETTIS, ». L. 

THE PRINCIPLE 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P n DATE C PG L P BYL 

S 2 9/05/81 A 1 N U57 
H 2 9/06/61 A 1 N 



H 2 5/23/91 A 16 N 

H 2 6/13/81 B 1 P N Hi,9 



S 2 5/26/81 6 1 N 009 
H 2 11/28/Rl A 9 N 
H 2 10/23/81 3 P N 



H 1 9/06/81 B 1 
H 1 11/07/91 B 1 
H 2 7/23/91 B 5 



H 2 9/02/81 A 3 
H 2 10/1<|/B1 A 12 
S 2 10/28/81 C 6 



S 2 12/12/81 A <. 
S 2 10/08/81 I I 



H 2 6/25/81 A 15 
H 2 6/26/81 A 7 



N 



H 2 6/U/81 1 F S91 

H 2 7/09/81 A 19 N 

H 1 12/12/81 B 1 N 

H I 7/08/81 B I N 

H 2 10/09/81 A 15 N 



That THREATENS LABOR 



RICHARn PETTY 
STAGE 



PETTUS, ARTHUR 

ASSAULT COUNTS LODGED 

PETTY, CHARLES V. DH- 
PETTY TO SPEAK 
CHAMBER SETS ANNUAL MEETING 

PETTY, LEE 

AN INDEPENuENT actor ON HIS VERY OWN STAGE 

PETTY, RICHARD 

IN RACING THERE'S ONLY ONF KING. . . 

AN INDEPENDENT ACTOR ON HIS VERY OwN 

PETTY SATISFIED nITH 1981 RECORD 

■KING' RlCHAkP NOT READY TO END RACING CAREER 

KING DARRSLL: wALTRIP IN CONTRO' OF POINTS RACE 

on "king oarrell" story 

petty considering move to ranier pacing team 

petty looking to change ride? 

phelps, james c. 

hospital official pleads innocent to charges 

hospital hay be liable for repayments 

three men are sentenced in hospital kickback case 

Phelps, leland r. dr. 

german class at duke: sprfchen sie computer? 

Phillips, craig 

larger class sizes seen 

yeagef> says hat not in ring 

n.c. test scores top national average 

TAJ HEEL Pupils top national average in tests 

PHILLIPS RAPS NCAE list 

SUPT. SAYS SCHOOLS NEED MORE mqney 

many in n.c. teach out of field: study 

phillips, d. c. ilouisburgi 

•it didn't start with watergate' 

phillips. debbie 

reaction miked to 'sampler' phone campaign 

Phillips, eocar otis irock hill, s.c.i 

Three men seek damages in hcdowell prison blaze 

Phillips, elfx allie 
obituary 

phillips, jerry waynf 

Thief strikes trailer 

Phillips, Raymond 

Charlotte woman paroled 

Phillips, sam green isanfordi 
obituary : iam phillips 

philpoi, lynwood i^ishopi 

church wants to ban minister 



ACCORDING TO ONE EXPERT 



H 2 12/20/81 C <. 
S 2 12/21/91 A 10 



H 2 7/06/81 C 1 
S 2 7/06/81 C 1 



H 2 9/02/81 A 4 
S 2 12/12/81 A 3 



S 2 9/15/81 A 3 
H 1 12/24/81 a 1 



H 2 8/30/91 8 2 P F $91 



H 7 5/05/91 C 3 P N 

H 2 8/10/81 a 2 P F S91 

5 2 9/24/81 C 6 N 

H 2 10/08/81 2 F S91 

H 2 10/1 1/BI B 7 P F S91 

H 2 10/25/81 B 2 L 

H 2 I 1/05/81 1 N 

H 2 11/08/81 B 11 N S91 



H 2 5/05/81 A 6 
H 1 7/15/81 a 1 
H 2 7/18/81 A 5 



H 2 10/01/91 U 1 



N W2<, 

H 2 5/15/91 C 5 N 

H 2 6/04/81 A 24 P N W24 

S 2 7/22/91 A 1 N 

H 2 7/23/91 8 3 N 

S 2 8/14/81 C 4 P N 

H 2 a/24/81 B 1 N 

H 2 12/01/81 e 1 N 



H 2 9/13/81 4 

H 2 7/18/81 4 

H 2 7/23/91 A 18 

H 2 9/08/81 A 11 

S 2 9/19/81 A 3 

S 2 12/15/81 8 8 

H 2 5/04/81 E 8 

H 2 7/31/81 B 1 



L 

N M04 

N 



N 

N 



N 651 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX a 
12/31/91 



PACe 172 
l/U/82 



POEACHEB'^ nuSTFH SOUr'.HT 
HEARING DElayEO in CHURCH'S SUIT 

juocE hescheoulfs heading 

JUDGE 9AftS PKEAChFR from ChURCh UNTIL TRIAL 
MINISTER EAHREO FROM CHURCH 

PhIlPUTT. YVONNE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 

PHINA2FEi ANNETTE L. OR - 

NCCU CEAN: COLLECTIONS INAOEOUATE 

PHIPPS, VIVIAN LAS';IT£R 
OBITUARY 

PIATT. JOSEPH 

OFFICERS RECEIVE A»ARO 

PICKARD, AOOIE LOUISF 

obituary: AOOIE L. PICKAflO 

PICKl^tn. JEFFREY LEE (GRAHAM! 
GRAHAM MAN DIES IN WRECK 

PICKARn. B1PERT HENRY 
OP I TUAHY 

PICKFTT, ANORE« J. SR . HISSPURI CITY, TY.I 
je I TUARY 

PICkFTT, CLAUDIUS ADAM lOALEIGHl 
0=* I TUARY 

PICKETT, EOGAR JTEUE 

ONE CHARGED IN DRUG BUST 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH COCAINE POSSESSION 

PICKFTT, JULIUS WILLIAM 
OBITUARY 

PICKETT, PBESTON 

obituary: PRESTON PICKETT 

PICKETT, STEWART JR. 

STEWART PICKETT IS UNCERTAIN HOW TO RUN 

COUNCILMAN OkilEREO TO PAY JUDGMENT 

JUDGE ORDERS COUNCILMAN TO PAY JUDGMENT, INTEREST 

PARRISh first to file FPR DURHAM COUNCIL 

2 ON CITY COUNCIL WON'T SEEK RETURN: MAYOR AND TWO OTHERS ANNOUNCE 

TWO SEEKING wARfi ■> COUNCIL SEAT 

TWO FILE FOR CITY COUNCIL WARD 5 SEAT 

«RONG DATE GIVEN 

SPAULPING ENTERS COUNCIL RACE 

FIELD REMAINS SMALL IN DURHAM ELECTIONS 

FILING ENDS; 21 VIE FOR CITY OFFICES 

CANDIDATES WEEDING SELVES OUT 

CANDIDATES: SERVICES EXTENSION BOON TO CITY 

CITY CANDIDATES OPPOSE REGULATING CONVcRSICNS 

CANDIDATES: CHANGES NEEDED IN CITY'S TAX BASE 

CANDIDATES IN TUESDAY'S PRIMARY GIVE VIEWS ON ISSUES 

CANDIDATES SPAR OVER OOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

MEET THE CANDIDATES - ".: THE WARD 5 RACE 

LAND USE, RESIDENTS SPLIT 2 CANDIDATES 

RE-ELECT STEWART M. PICKETT, JR. 

RCOFNHIZER, MARKHAM CLASH AT FORUM 

SLOAN: Durham mIVING SIDEWAYS. NOT FORWARD 

RELIGIOUS GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES IN <, RACES 

MAYOR, COUNCIL CANDIDATES FACE THE ISSUES 

BLACKS, LIBERALS PUT FOUR ON CITY COUNCIL 

ENDORSEMENTS, TURNOUT KEYS IN COUNCIL RACES 

GOOD LOSERS 

PICKETT, WALLACE 

DURHAM BREAKFAST CUSTOM ENDS SATURDAY 

PICKRELL, KENNETH R. DR. 

11.75 MILLION IS AWARDED IN DAMAGES 

PIERCE, GORRElL ICFLEwS CREEKI 

GOVERNMENT BRIEFS DETAIL ALLEGED NAZI BOMB PLOT 

NAZIS' MOTIONS Thrown out 

SECURITY TIGHT FOR NAZIS' TRIAL 

TRIAL OF 6 NAZIS BEGINS MONDAY 

JURY SELECTED TO TRY 6 NAZIS ON CONSPIRACY CHARGES 

NAZI TRIAL TESTIMONY BEGINS 

AGENT SAYS riAZI DESCRIBFD BOMB PLANS 

PROSECUTION RFSTS IN NAZIS' TRIAL 

DEFENSE RESTS IN NAZIS' TRIAL 

DELIBERATIONS in RESUME TODAY IN NAZIS' TRIAL 

JUDGE DECLARES MISTRIAL IN GREENSBORO CONSPIRACY CASE 

6 NAZIS FACE RETRIAL IN A5HEVILL6 

JURY IS SWORN IN FOR RETRIAL OF 6 ON CONSPIRACY CHARGES 

JURY HEARS Tapes Of BOMB 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 

PIERCE, ROGER (BELEwS CREEKI 

GOVERNMENT BRIEFS DETAIL ALLEGED NAZI BOMB PLOT 

NAZIS' MOTIONS THROWN OUT 

SECURITY TIGHT fqr NAZIS' TRIAL 

TRIAL OF 6 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 MISTRIAL IN GRfENSBORO CONSPIRACY CASE 

6 NAZIS FACE RETRIAL IN AShEVILLE 

JURY IS SWORN IN FOR RETRIAL OF 6 ON CONSPIRACY CHARGES 

JURY HEARS Tapes np BOMB 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 

PIERCE, POSALYN 

EYEING THE SnOT 

pierce. samuel 

ctly council may appeal federal grant conditions 

pifer, lewis 

This year jeauty of crepe myrtles pervades south 

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OU«F SCIEHriST PkfAKS NECK 

PILKtr ISEaIEO fop BrtOKEN NECK 

OR. PILKEY STILL 'STABLf 

PILKEY SUPPOKTS DECISION 

DFOPOEa PRIORITIES 

HEADPIECE AIOS pILkEY'S RECOVERY 

GEOLOGIST SAYS "OVIWC LIGHTHOUSE ONLY SOLUTION 

LIGHTHOUSE'S FATE RESTS WITH NATURE. CONGRESS 

GEOLOGISTS RECEIVE GRANT TO STUDY ISLANDS 

GfOLOGISTS GET floOKS GRANT 

NE» SHORELINE POLICIES URGET 

PIUER, HAITIE BELLE 

OBITUARY: MATTIE BELLE LANCASTER P 1 NE R 

PIOT. ANDRE 

CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST uiLL SPEAK TUESOAY 

PIPKIN, LEVI LEON 

POLICE CHARGE MAN AFTER FATAL SHOOTING 

MAN SHOT, KILLED TRYING TO ENTER APT. 

OBITUARY 

FEW GARDENS MAN INDICTED IN DEATH OF ALLEGED INTRUDER 

DURHAM HAN FACES MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE 

PIPPINS, DAKOTA A. 

AD LECTURE SET AT NCCU 

PIFOS, LIBBY 

CIRCUS: '611 



ISTORY- ARRIVES FRIDAY 



PITT, COL IN G. 

PITT GETS NEK bOARO TERM 

PITTMAN, JOHN A. 

SBI OFFICIAL RESIGNS POST 

PITZER, ART 

STATE FAIR PREPARATIONS SAIO ON SCHEDULE 

PIURKOSKI, PHIL NORVEL 

POLICE ARREST TWO GRIDDERS 

PIZ20, SALVATORE V. OR. 

TESTS MAY IDENTIFY WOMEN WHO TAKE RISK USING PILL 
DUKE TEST MAY HELP SOLVE PILL PROBLEMS 

PLANCK, CHAUNCE ANn RuBY 

YOU TOO CAN 3F A WILDLIFE HERT. 









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PLATO'S PHILOSOPHER KINGS 
OON'T SCOFF AT PLATO 

PLAYER, GARY 

LISTENING IN ON THE PROS 

PLEASANTS, JACK RANDALL 

RIDER ROBS TRUCK ORIvER 

PLEDGER, CARROLL 

RALPH HUNT PLANS TO RUN FOR 3RD TERM 

RECREATION MAY Bt IN HOUSING PLAN 

COUNCILMAN RAPS RELATIONS PANEL 

COUNCIL OUT OF LINE 

BONUS DEFIES LOGIC 

165,000 SUGGESTED FOR ENO PARK LAND 

MAYOR TO OUST PLEDGER AS HEAD OF COUNCIL PANEL 

COMMITTEE SWITCH STRAINS RELATIONS 

R0DENHI2EB SAYS COUNCIL FRICTION REASON FOR CHANGES 

PLEDGER REMOVED OVER 'DIFFERENCES' 

SOME FRICTION IS NATURAL 

SMITH HELPED DURHAM BY MOVING OUT OF TOWN 

MAYOR SERVES EVERYONE 

TIE VOTE PUTS INOEPENOENCE PLAN IN LIMBO 

PLEDGER, GRIFFIN ARGuE INCIDENT 

PLEDGER URGES CITY USE OF CENTRAL YHC A 

MP. PLEDGER'S PROPOSAL FOR THE Y DESERVES STUDY 

STRUGGLE SEEN FOR CONTROL OF COUNCIL 

PLE^GFR GETS COUNCIL POST 

CGRRECTION 

PLEDGFR BACKS LCM, HITS PIECEMEAL ANNEXATION 

CITY LEADERS GO TO MEETING 

CAtLEVISION OFFICIALS PLEDGE IMPROVEMENTS 

IPRIIAVTS SPICE CONVENTION FOR DURHAM REPRESENTATIVES 

COVERAGE EXCELLENT OF CITIES' MEETING 

ALLIANCE "AY =1 BLOSSOMING AT CITY HALL 

HUNT MjY pe -SYTR pao TEM OF NEW DURHAM CITY COUNCIL 

CITY COUNCIL UMTS NAMED; HUNT CHOSEN 

MAYOR makKhAM makes AN AUSPICIOUS BEGINNING 

"I PLEDGER 'LEGIANCE. . ." ICARTOONl 

PLEVIN, "ARCIA I WINSTDN-SALEMl 

N.C. ARTS COUNCIL AWARDS WINNERS 

POST-MJOERN OANCE: CONTORTIONS, KINETICS AND DUSTPANS 

PLONSEY, VIVIAN 

NUCLEAR >AR GROWS INCREASINGLY LIKELY 

PLYLER, BILLY 

CAROLINA GOLFER REACHES FINALS 

POOGER, KEN DR. 

FOLKS AROUND hERc: THE WAY THINGS ARE / 

PQE , A. WAYNE (SANFORDI 

SANFORD POLICF CAPT. PROMOTED 

PjE, CHRISTINE AND ALBERT 

PARENTS SEEK HEARING TO START SPECIAL CLASS 

POf, DAVID IJ.F. WEBB ASS'T. PRINCIPALI 
HERE'S WHERE They COME FROM 

POE, DAVID INOPThERN HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPALI 
SNAKE AT school: NO SHOW AND TELL 
WHY NOT A BOA? 
TOP CITIZEN 

POE, DOUGLAS F. 

VACANCIES FILLED ON ADJUSTMENT BOARD 

EI?r'r,'-JJI.';S = ''^i';, ^'^'?.''^^S^'* "^TURN: mayor ANO Two OTHERS ANNOUNCE 

FIELD REMAINS SMALL IN DURHAM ELECTIONS 

CANDIDATES WEEDING SELVES OUT 

TOM CAMPBELL LEADS IN GIFTS 

JENKI'IS' TREASURER MISSES FILING OEAOLINE 



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1-1 rirjTcS: SFKVirfcS CXTENStO'J EJON TO CITY 

cirv ONOii'TEs OPMSE segulating cONvePsioNS 

CjXdIDatIs in TUESOAVS PalHARY ^IVE VIFV,S ON 



V.IZ ^^'T2^?«l''3i?NS»i?r;OLL -.TCHE^S ON 

""• inSa'^'Sepc:"!^ jail assault 
five facing escape charges 

pnFrtNELT, =APEABA AND FS»N« ITUCSON. AZ.I 

"'^ lisMfEL se;ks cusnoY np AeysEO gi«l 

PARENTS BiTTLE OVER CUSTOOY OF CHILD 



ISSUES 
SLOW* DAY 



POFF, JI» 
UNC"S 



NCF TRIES TO FILL DEFENSIVE HOLES 



TTY, JIH lORANGE COUNTYI „,„„,. 

COM-ISSIONERS CELAY MINING PE;?'!- 
REJUEST TO 1YPASS BAN IS SUBHITTcO 



POLICaSTRO, TDK lAlA-ANCE CO.l 




""•■^'SS^E'SiiSlTOLOG'l'sT USES I;-PLANTS JO CORRECT SCA,5 
NEh TREATMENT USED TO REMOVE OLD SCARS 

POLLARD, ^A^AN _^^^^^^ ^^^^ INCREASE 

POLLARD, RUSTY 
MUZZLED-UP 

P'JLlARD, hlLLIAM I. "3ILL" IWILSONl 
OPITU'RY 

'^^^'F'?5?'-:^fs'4S??Sf;lD'?0'FILL BOARD VACANCY 



HCO POLO 

INJUKI cS 
FINEST SCHOLARS' 



£QQY, STEVE 

OU«E PROGRAM PREvE'.riN 



POND, WAYNE J. DR. 

RTP CE:<TE° draws 

""'"••a^XIo'thieves hit gas station 
''°'"" poole having dream year 

TILLEY GETS aCC honor „ „ 

POOLE ENJOYS fnIERTAINING in a CROWD 
MANY HAPPY RtTuRNS 

pOOLF, MILDRED C. 

PROPERTY IS STOLEN 

POOLE, THOMAS FOWIN 
OBITLARY 

POOVFY. PEID IPEP.I ,,,^„ 

uNC uoaoo suit dismissed 

POPE* ED 

GAS TAX MEANS PROGRESS 

POPE, MAX EUGENE ICMARLOTTEI 

5 MEN ARRESTED AT OOG FIGHT 



POPE, MOOOY B. 
obituary: 



MOODY b. POPE 



POPSON STFPS down FROM JORDAN FOOTBALL 
KEITH NEwHEaD COACH FOR FALCONS 



A FEELING CITIES DON'T HAVE TO 3E UGLY- 



PORTER, ALLISON 

MURALS REFLECT 

""""piJEUC 'school funding WON'T BE LESS STATEWIDE 

controller resigns education post 
official may withdraw resignation 
rfsignation acmon delay sough' 

porter. kenneth ware jr. ,,,„,., 
POLICE Charge two in accident 

''°'"''o;YclN:*iT°HELPS US LIVE - AND MAY MAKE US OLD 

oukf Chemists study oxygen effects on body 

POPTER, ROBERT (GASTONIAI 

officers kill man, free his hostage 

porter, roger b. ipeagan special assistanti 
presidential «ssistant sets talk at ouke 
reagan aide plans speech at ouke 

PORTER. SIFvE 

OIVFRS: IHEY 



MAY BE CHOSEN LIKE ASTRONAUTS 



PORTER. TRAVIS 
PUTT AID 

PORTFRFIELD. DENNIS ,, „ ^ 

LUCK HAD ITS WAY WITH THIS BRIDAL COUPLE 

°°^^''sQap''faN*CONvINCcS STEWART TO SING WITH THE SYMPHONY 

""'"'t'c^rSIo i""h'pEL hill with alcohol VIOLATIONS 

POTEAT, JOHN , ^ ,,^ 

BURLINGTON MAN SHOT TWICE 



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Pjrt'^i, r.EIPCIA ROGERS 

JU-(MAM hC^AN'S yacmY HtSStNG 

PQIIFS. JACQUELINE 

SLOW START LEJU n XARRIAGE fOR THIS COUPLE 

POTTFR. "ARK WINSLTW 

DUTCH CAME »FT£B FARM afNT PROKE 

POTTFR, PHILLIP OR. 

HEPfNTANT THIFF SEEKS MAIL-ORDER FORGIVENESS 

POTTFR, RAE ALBERT 
OBITUARY 

POTTER, ROeERT 

NATIVF TAR HEFL HAD ROLP IN DEyELPPMENT OF TEXAS 

POTTER POETRY INSULTED HALIFAX 

N.C. MAN MET VIOLENT ENQ DURING EARLY DAYS OF TEXAS 

POTTS, MALCOLM DR. 

RTP SCIENTIST FEARS GLOBAL EFFECT OF ABORTION DEBATE 
ABORTION: SCIENTIST FFARS DEBATE HILL AFFECT THIRD WORLD 
FAMILY PLANNING: AID TO THIRD WORLD POO" SA 10 IN U.S. INTEREST 
BJRDEN OF UNWANTED PREGNANCY 

POTTS, WILLIE JAMES 

CHARLDTTE MURDER TRIAL OPENS 

POULTON, SUSAN 

NUDE "ICE: ThFY STAR IN CANCER RESEARCH 

POME, E. K. 

PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

POWELL, ADAM CLAYTON 

SLAVE'S SON ROSE TO PROMINENCE 

POWELL, ALLEN 

WEATHER PROGRAM ["PROVES 266 HOMES 

POWELL, Earl 

OFFICIAL: BILLS NOT AFFECTED PY HOSPITAL CAR PURCHASES 

CO. HOSP. OFFICIALS SAY ROOM RATE INCREASES. AUTO PURCHASES NOT LINKED 

POWELL, '^kNEST (RUIIGFMONTI 

FIRfS HIT i HOMES IN COUNTY 

DURHAM FAMILY NEEDS HELP AFTER FIRE 

POWELL, FLORA (LINCOLN CO.] 

LINCOLN MAN HAULED BY DOG 

POWELL, GLENN A. (FLORENCE, S.C.I 

MAN DIES, II HURT IN GAS ICCIDENT 
GAS FUMES KILL "AN [N LEE 

POWELL, JAMES ?. 

ELON Fund Chairman named 

°0-ELL, JAMES GARLAND 
OBITUARY 

POWELL, JODY 

FDR"ER AIDE SAYS HISTORY WILL BE KINO TO CARTER 

POWELL, PATRICK L. 

STATE TO PRE-FMPT CITY'S METALS LAW 

STATE LAW HAY PRE-EMPT DURHAM METALS ORDINANCE 

POwELL, SUSAN IROSMAN, N.C.) 

TAR HEEL GIRL GFTS MARROW TRANSPLANT 
TRANSPLANT SHOWS SIGNS OF SUCCESS 

POWELL, TED 

SOME OLD, SOME NEW: ClAA COACHES TRADE BARBS, PREDICTIONS 

POWELL, WILLIAM S. 

FROGSBORO, 6ILB0A, SHAKERAG AND OTHER PLACES 

POWELL, WILLIAM T. DR. 

VANCE SCHOOLS POST IS FILLED 

POWER, kEvIN JOSEPH 

1.00 POUNDS OF COCAINE SEWED IN N.C. 

i ARRAIGNED ON DRUG COUNTS 

JUDGE SENTENCES, FINES 2 IN COCAINE TRIAL 

Two GET 16-YEAR TERMS IN COCAINE TRAFFICKING CASE 

PRATT, EULESS ALLEN 
OBITUARY 

PRAYLOE, ROBERT 
OBITUARY 

PREISS, JOAN 

CHECKOUT SYSTEM PROTESTED 
STREET FAU AN OPEN FORUM 

PflfNTIS, RICHARD F. 

REAL ESTATE AGENT SUES LAWYER 
L.UNN Sues ATTORNEY 

PRESLEY, DENNIS 

TROOPER cur DURING SCUFFLE 

PRESLEY, ELVIS 

ELVIS AND ELIOT: BODIES IN MOTION 

""l^Vf^r^'^JoJlJ^i^^R^^^^ivE''^^^'" *'" "^■»^"' ^"-HELP PROGRAM 
RSVP CELEBRATES 5TH YEAR 

PRESSLEY, ThELMA MASON 
OBITUARY 

PRESSLEY, WILLIAM ICARRBOROP 

?^„Vt??J5 WITHDRAWS FROM CARRBORQ RACE 

Slilfl'^S 'c*A2gJ8;J^^A[it^ '^ '°°^' ^^°5E IN ORANGE 

MI|'ME'^rS\°o"?riS%%^R\S53"^°^°^^"^'™ 

THREE COALITION INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRP.ORO 
PRESTON, EOwIN S. (wAKE CO. SUPERIOR CT. JUDGE! 



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ORUG 3»IJ«PnE<'HI.I« LAW UPHELD 
PREVIT - PAflK£a» JOL=NE . ^ 

ncaf praises court ruling 



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TH niSTPlCI 



CONGRESSMAN OPPOSES PLAN FOR orH PI 
PBEVtO'S CAIPAI-IN UNDERGOES SCRUtIN 
PrIyEB kON'I seek CfFICE [N -92 
pRfy|o RULES OUT RE-ELECTION ?I0 

preyIo. physicians to be HONQPEO 

7 PMYSICIANS. FORMER SOLON T J BE HONORED 

'"""^AuNT^Nil-ES PRICE ID PANEL POSITION 
PRICE APPOINTED STAFF HEAO 

"'"JeuSe ioPKlRPpSc: «iN"FROH BURNING AUTOMOBILE 

PRICEt JAMES ,,„^., 
RETIRING POLICEMEN 

""■"lAfrC^iilES-OELAY IN APPEAL 

""■";. fi?l'T?S 'p^ArS^FESuNOS FOR COLLEGE 

"'"^.^"'pSisSnSsCAPEES STILL HISSING 

2 moboesers flee central prison 
2 escapees still at large 
central escapee captured in pa. 

"""■^opd'nance on alcohol is upheld 

'■"";..l'.Tohi\i'J<' E«PANUS SERVICE ^^^ 

i5R?\^Hl'N"^7jVSif fa^SZVJ^S'eS'.eS'sTack nuon library 

APPLEWHlIEi PRICE. LUODINGTON XlH AWARDS 
?EuThfIS i"TESs"lSCavER COM-ON THEME FOR WORK 



"''\':?EIGh'm:.^ p"l-E^Ss iS?tT{ = ?i ISLAN. PLOT 

''""''5uSL'lNGTCN''i!N CHARGED IN STABBING 

PRIDGEN, M02ELLC C02ART 
OBITUARY 

"'^'r^lLE^GH'^iSpfatlirARRESTEO ON DRUG CHARGES 
FIVE CHARGED IN DRUG PROBE 

'""''''°ENEa2L''T6UPA0NE CONSOLIDATES DU»HA-I. KENTUCKY OPERATIONS 
GTE TO EXPAND UNDER NEW CHIEF 
GENERAL TELEPHONE ANNOUNCES OFFICERS 
TECHNOLOGY IS KEY WORD 
DOWNTOWN GROUP PICKS PRIGMORE 

PSILLAMAN, GEORGE w. ICHAPEL HILLI 
HE'S GOT THE SPIRIT 

PRIMM, JOHN PERRY 

TFRM GIVEN IN WALLACE wAUE HOLDUP 

JUDGE SENTENCES MAN FOR ROBBING COACH wAOE 

PRINCE. ALPERT EARL 
OBITUARY 

PRINCE. maoGArET HOLMAN , ,^ 

obituary: MRS. MARGARET HDLM4N PRINCE 

PRINCE. TRAVIS , ,, , 

MAN IS CHARGEO in knife assault 

PRIOLA. PHILIP A. 

BRITISH FIRM CHOOSES RIP 

PRIICmARD. JOHN WILSON ICHAPEL HiLLI 
OBITUARY 

PRIICMARD. TOM 

SUSIE «ILL YOU MiRRY ME? -TOM 

PRITChEII. EDWARD OR. , „ , 

DUKE TESTS PROMISING HEART DRUG 

°"'''^"YEAR°T£rMS IN LEGISLATURE ARE OPPOSED 



MOTEL EUROPA PUIS N.C. ART ON SHOW 

PROCTOR. JANET , „ ,,^, 

MAGISTRAIE: GIVE OFFICIAL ALL HER DUTIES 

PROCTOR. RICHARD OP. ,.,, 

EXERCISE. DIET PLAN MUST BE REALISTIC 

PROFFITT. FRANK JR. 

MAKIN' MOUNTAIN MUSIC 

PROSSER. JULIAN 0. JO. ,,,,,„ 

THREE FINALISTS APE IDENTIFIED 
CHAPEL HILL NARROWS FIELD TO U 

PROXMIRE. WILLIAM 
FLEECE JOB 

PRUETI. LILIAN 

NCCU PROFESSOR HEADS PRIGRAM 

PRUETT, MARION ALBERT IGASTONIAl 

FP.I SEEKS OASIONIA M«N IN MISSISSIPPI ROBBcRY 

N.C. MAN WANTED ON MURDER CHARGE ARRESTED IN TEXAS 



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N.C. '<»N 
POU€TT PL 

PkUITT. PLiNC 
INDUSTRIE 

PaulTI. CLYDE 
POLICE C 
DURHAM MA 



4-iflAlr,Nfcn ON MuftOER WARRANT 
aRF LED TO bODV 
ADMITS TO SLAYINGS 
EADS NOT GUILTY 

fl. JR. 

S ASSIST ESC OFFICE 

SCOTT 

A«GE DURHAM MAN WITm PATRICIDE 

N IS CHARGED MITH KILLING FATHER IN VA. 



"UCKETT, JACKIE 

PUCKETT TO ATTEND YHCA'S DINNER 



■>UGH, BESSIE M 
INMATE 01 

PUGh. Charles 

leaf leas 
«hat happ 
PfjGH: TIM 

PUGH* MARY JOA 
DURHAM' s 



AE 

ES IN RALEIGH 



F RATES HIT BY INFLAT ION 

ENS IF TOBACCO PROGRAM IS HALTED? 

E LIMITED FOR LEAF PROGRAM 

N IMIGH PQINTI 

U/!BAN PLAN MAY EASE BUDGET CUTS 



PULLEY, Chuck 

EXPERT BELIEVES SEAT BELTS BEST FOR SAFETY 

_ (RALEIGH) 

lES CAN GIVE MAN DRUGS 

PULLEY , J IMMY 

PULLEY HAS The FVIDENCE to PROVF his tale IS TRUE 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

PULLEY. JOSEPH MCDONALD IRALEICHI , „, ,, 

JUDGE ORDERS RALEIGH MAN TO DOROTHEA DIX HOSPITAL 



Pulley 

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l to unseal aoopti 
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All: con'T put our 

still oppose wake 
ley award listed i 
islature close to 
istricting commiti 
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ley seeks to alter 
rot and stick used 
- collectors like 
istricting maps cr 

amendment reworks 
ley offers transpo 
kruptcy law raises 
litting" durham re 

ATE K ILLS NEGl IGEN 
EL BACKS OOT LIMIT 
NSPOPTATION PROPOS 
iriG LAWYERS DEC 
HAM DELEGATION BAC 
EIGh wRAP-UP: HOW 
S. MILLER AND PULL 
ALL. PULLEY SEE NO 
MAKERS ACT PROPERL 
SON: NCAE HANTS PO 
DICAPPEO CLASS PRO 
ALL. HUNT DIFFER 01 
TED: DOPE MONEY'S 
LEY SEEKS DELAY IN 
LEY PLANS FESTIVAL 
SE VOTES TO OELAY 
TORS LAW EFFECTIVE 
LEY STAYS ON DOT " 
LEY STAYS ON OOT P 
LEY APPOINTED 
T COLLECTION: PROS 



RUPTCY 

T CARD RATES 

CAINS SUPPORT 

S DRAWS COMMENT 

KEN TOMORROW 



ISTRICT 

Y 

BANKRUPTCY BILL 

S OVER FOUR PLANS 

E DEBT-DODGING 

S WASTE BILL 

AX ISSUE 

Y BILL 

Y LINES 
PFAL PROCESS 
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ON RECORD 
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JAN. 1 
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SLATORS VOTED ON THE ISSUES 

ON LEGAL ISSUES 
NG IN TABS BEING PAID 

TURf'S ATTENTION 

OSED 

SUES 

E DATE OF BANKRUPTCY ACT 

Y BILL 



PULLE 
PULLI 

PURGE 
PURCE 
PURCE 
PUREE 
PURPB 

PUR YE 
PUTna 
PYE 



PAUL SR. 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 



JAMES (ROXfiO 
80XB0R0 CHILD IN 
HIT-AND-RUN VICT 

ANNIE THOMAS 
OBITUARY: ANNIE 



ROI 

JURED IN HIT-AND-RUN 

IM IN STABLE CONDITION 

IHENOERSONI 
PURCELL 



LL. LFE 

ACTRESS FRO" NORTH CAROLINA HAS TIME ON HER SIDE IN FANTASY 



PYNE, 
OUIC" 



LL. TRIP 
REVIEWER ABUSED 

OY. JEFF 

TIGERS' DOUBLE TR 

L. DAVID (GREENS 
BY ANY NAME, IT' 
IT ISN'T THE SCh 

ar . na..cy carver 
opituary; nancy 

kathy (orange 
christmas house 

a. kenneth 

duke gets 111 mi 

pye resigns to t 

PYE STEPPING no 
PYE RATF S HIGH 
NIXON A^D OUKF 
OUKE MAY GET NIX 
PYE TURNS BACK L 
DREW SAYS LIBRAR 
WEST: CITY CAN H 
PYE: 'MODEST' MU 
Py£ TO ACCEPT AW 

GEORGE 
ART GUILD PUSHED 



THE ROLE OF CR ITIC 



BOKOI 

S CONTROVERSIAL 

OOLS' JOB 



PURYEAR 

THE NEEDY 



CO. I 
HELPS 



LL ION 

EACH AT DUKE 

N. CHANCELLOR SEARCH BEGINS 

S RETRENCHMENT CHANCELLOR 

ISCUSS PLACING HIS LIBRARY HERE 

ON LIBRARY 

I3RARY SUGGESTION 

Y WAS DISCUSSED LAST SUMMER 

ELP NIxON LIBRARY 

SFUM ONLY 

ARO FOR OUKE 



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DURHAM ARTS DEVELOPMENT 
BILL REV. (OETRniT, MICH. I 



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monThly/an 



FOBME^ Our-MAf -INISTEB LEIOS CA"PAir,.j AGAINST GAMBLING 

OUICK. GEOBGE 

auILClER GETS VARIANCES 

Quick. HELEN OFMSf 

Elve ScNIOhS WIN SCHOLAPSHIPS 

OUICIC, HIKE 

STATE'S gUICK PLEADS GUILTr 

quick trying to uvercnmf 'mistakb" 
juICk says arpest hurt family most 
state needs cluick start 

3UICK jnirjS ALL STARS 

QUICK. WILLIAM K, REV, intTROIT, MICH.) 

JUKk »ILL give FnuNOERS' CIAY SErtMON SUNDAY 
OUKE TO Hn'jnH KRESGF AT FOUNOER'S DAY 
kBESGE gets HONnRARY DUK £ DEGREE 

OUIGJ. TIM 

DAY-CARE PROGRAM FACING UPHILL BATTLE 

OUINN. BEN D. 

SCHOOL TUITION SET IN CRAVEN 

RABEL. EO 

FRIDAY SAYS 

RAfON, ROY H. JR. 

RABON TO HEAD 'LEADER' 

RACkLEY, BESSIE WOnOARO 
OBITUARY 

RAOER. MARY COY 

WOMAN BREAKS Away FROM ABDUCTOR 

RAGA'i. FPAMKIE L. 

VANCE RECREATION niRECTOR RESIGNS 

RAGAN. 0LLI6 F. 

JUICK RESPJNSE LIMITS FIRE DAMAGE 



NAMES 



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HE'S SATISFIED WITH DESEGREGATION STORY 



RAGAN. SAM 

RAGAN GIVEN SERVICE AWARD 

RAGAN HONOREU AT 'LITERARY LOVE FEaST' 

SAM RAGAN GETS HIS COMEUPPANCE 

RAGAN. VIOLA MOSES 

Two TEEN-AGERS GRAB POCKETBOOK AT STORE 

RAiKEs. Suzanne 

AFTER 2-YEAR SEARCH, SON FQUND IN JAIL 

SHE SEARCHED FOR HER SON, FOUND HIM IN N,C, PRISON 

RAITER. FRANK 

PLAYMAKER ACTOR: 'CHAPEL HILL IS AN INCREDIBLE COCOON' SAYS FRANK 
RAJ. SHAILAJA OR, 

JfU'^*'^ SURGERY HELPS WOMEN HAVE CHILDREN 

DOCTOR HELPS WOMEN WHO WANT CHILDREN 

RAJAI, MOHAMMED ALI 

TALK ABOUT THANKLESS JOBS 

RALSTON, w. A. 

OFFICERS RECALL TROUBLE AT 'THE SPOT' 

RAMBO. LAWRENCE mcCASkIlL (ORLANDO. FLA, I 
AGENTS RELEASE RAID NAMES 
SIX AHRESTEn IN DRUG RAID ARE CHARGED 
BONDS SFT AT Jl MILLION 
BONDS SET FOR 6 DRUG SUSPECTS 

RAMOS. ANNE 

BRIGhTlEAF ADDS TWO TENANTS 

fSIS"!."-^*? 5"'^'' l-E'SES MALL SPACE TEMPGHABILY 

SHOP PLANS 2 DURHAM STORES 

RA»SEy. LISTON 3. 

oJirL4il5^ J° DOUBLE N,C. SPEAKER'S PAY 
REAPPORTIONING PLANS CLQUOEO 

REMARKS MAY OASM REP, HUNT'S JUDGESHIP HOPE' 
mn;-2i!?' ■'^"^"5 «EP, PAT HUNT'S COMMENTS 

i^f; ""V.l^ APPniNTMENT TO JUDGESHIP IN JUESTION 
HUNT JUDGESHIP STILL UP IN THE AIR WULS.iuN 

OBSCURING The TRUTH 
POSSIBILITY RISES OF DELAYING N.C. PRIMARIES IN '82 

rand. lanier 

rano given planning award 
durham woman wins fellowship 

Randall, john c. 

bankruptcy law raises problems 

ANNEXED RESIDENTS FILE SUIT 
RANDALL. LUTHER 

SALVATION ARMY READY TO HELP THOSE IN NEED 
RANDALL, RITA NuRKIN 

ANNEXED RESIDENTS FILE SUIT 

RANDALL. SAMUEL EDWIN "EO" 

obituary: SAMUEL EOHIN "ED" RANDALL 
RANDALL. Thomas lcE 

SmMyfl^f'^^?"'' CHARGES LODGED 

POLICE HOLD DURHAM MAN ON RAPE, ROBBERY CHARGES 

RANDOLPH. ANTONIO MARTINELLI 

FOUR "EN CHARGED IN DEATH OF CHARLOTTE POLICE OFFICER 
RAN6T, ALLISON 

TWO DURHAM GYMNASTS SET SIGHTS ON OLYMPIC TEAM 
RANSOM. DAVID H. Ill 

HOMOSEXUALS PLAN MARCH 

GAYS PLAN MARCH 

UNINSURED MARCH APPROVED 

U.S. PROVOKED LIBYANS 

"ANZINO. SAM 

SM I Th HUMBLE 4 I 



5 2 U/07/ai C 3 
H 2 12/13/81 C 9 
S 2 12/15/81 A 12 



H 2 6/03/81 B 1 

H 2 a/06/81 A 3 

H 2 9/21/81 8 1 

H 2 8/07/81 B 4 

H 2 7/02/81 C 15 

S 2 6/12/81 C 1 

H 1 7/29/81 C 1 

S 2 12/15/81 A « 



H 2 5/3?/ni All N 

H 2 5/10/91 D 3 P U H45 

S 2 5/l'./ei A 13 F J50 



5 2 9/09/81 C I 



H 2 11/23/81 A 10 N 
H 2 12/11/91 A 1<. P N 



5/01/81 D 9PF 



H 2 9/13/81 A 16 
S 2 10/07/81 A 6 



H 2 7/03/81 A <, 
H 2 7/Ol/ei C 1 



S I 3/17/81 C 1 

H 2 3/19/81 A 10 

S 2 8/19/ei C 1 

H 2 8/20/81 C 9 



H 2 6/03/91 A 11 
H 2 10/15/81 A 14 
5 2 10/15/81 B 3 



H 2 6/20/81 A 5 

H 2 10/09/81 A 1 

H ? 10/09/91 B 1 

5 2 10/09/81 C 1 

H 2 10/13/91 A 4 

S 2 10/14/91 A 1 

H 2 10/15/81 B 1 

S 2 10/16/81 A 4 

H 2 12/1 1/81 A 1 



N 

E 

N 851 

N 
N 



N G53 

N K90 

E 

N 

N G53 

E 

N 



S 2 6/1 1/91 A 14 N 
H 2 6/12/81 A 10 P N 



H 2 6/16/81 A 5 I 

S 2 11/19/81 C 1 N K90 



H 2 12/25/Bl B 2 P F H45 
S 2 11/19/81 C 1 N K90 
H 2 6/01/81 B 8 



H 2 11/30/31 B 1 
S 2 11/30/81 A 11 



NOUCTION 



H 2 12/25/81 A 1 N 

S 2 U/21/ai A 1 P F 008 

H 2 6/25/81 B 1 N W36 

S 2 6/25/81 A 16 / N 

H 2 6/26/81 A 10 N W36 

H 2 9/06/81 = L 

S 2 10/24/81 A 9 N 



OH 



MONTHLY/AN 



'4 U A L 
5/01/81 



INDEX 
li/31/ni 



a r NAMES 



SMITH. OTMb»S ENTER -HALL' 
»APOPO»T, SmEva dr. 

PREVENTION SAID KEY TO GOOD DENTAL CARF 
FOCUS NOW ON "RETENTIVE DENTISTRY 

"ASH. DENNIS 

CHARLOTTE REmaB PROJECT MAY BE MODEL FOR DURHAM 
RASH. JEAN (WATAUGA CO. I 

DEATHS HELD MURDER. SUICIDE 

Rash. PAUL I WATAUGA CO. I 

DEATHS HELD MURDER. SUICIDE 

R»Sh. STEVE 

R»SH EARNS SPOT IN WORLD GAMES 
DURHAM YOUTHS EXCEL AT NCSO 
DURHAM ATHLETES IN GAMES FOR DEAF 

RAShKIS. MEL 

OEVELHPERS SEEK ORANGE SEWER-E XTENS ION POLICY 
R45MUSSEN. RICK 

^E^?ttf''|!l';"'5 SEEK DURHAM LOW 

■'Vi2^;^ CONTROVERSY ALREADY 

^ITY PANEL. FlKM TO DISCUSS CAfllF "^FRurrF 

oGAOD MEMBERS -IVE CAaLEVISinN SMFi 1 .rJr.ir 

c^lk%'^R'g?o^s5rs^S.5'?bincS'- -""" 

SA^Mn5;Fi''kc^'H°J '''■'"5 " ""EM CHANNELS 
R'SMUSSEN OFF, »aCk ON 80AR0 

RASULALA, TmalMUS 

NCCU FILM SERIES SEGINS MONDAY 

rathbone, perry 

»NTtauES day: THREE EXPERTS ARE COMING 
RATHBONE. REED IMAOIONI 

HUNTER OROwNS IN BURKE 
RATHER. DAN 

CBS OFFERS PAIR APOLOGY 



-POWEA TV STATIONS 



RATLFY. ERVIN "KOJAK" 

MAN DIES IN 'CHICKEN' 



GAME 



RaTlIFF, ALICE A. 

CHMHITTFE N«MFS 3 TO BOARD 

NEW N3MINATIJNS HADE FO" BOARD TF Anni!;TMFiur 

VACANCIES FILLED ON AOJUSfSENT BOArS ^""^"^ 

lll'-^fhc'VoT'llintlo"'' '° "'•'■"'' """"^'5 FOOTSTEPS 
RATLIFF. CURTIS JERRY 

BURLINGTON MAN SHOT TWICE 
RATNER. SARAH 

'1 TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES 
RAUCH, MARSHALL A. IGASTON CO. I 

RAuCh says ROYall CONTROLS LEGISLATURE 
RAUH. JOSEPH L. JR. 

^iS^T-glF'SUs^'TS'lJoJSSitrlurAC^C^SIg""'^'"" ""'SION 
NAACP FILES COMPLAINT AGA I N ST UN? SF r?i F-cu T 
NAACP FUND LAWYER icCU^ES UNC OF^JciSM ^^ 



RAWLINGS. 
MRS. 



JANE 
RAWLINGS' 



RO LEADS WOMEN'S INTERCLUB 



RAWLINGS. MARJOKIE KINNAN 

'GAL YOUNG UN' SHOWS SATURDAY 
'AY, ANGEL1 

JAILBREAR REPORTED IN SANFORD 

RAY. snaeY lee 

OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

RAY. 'CECIL A. REV. 

BAPTIST CONVENTION HEADOUARTERS SALE FACES OPPOSITION 



RAY ) 

RAY, 
RAY, 
RAY, 



?Sl!E°S^i?i'SR'N?"^Siyj^N^°R"?3fN"G''c"iN5???{SJ'°'' 

DOCK 

Chain of fires. 



EXPLOSIONS RIP service STATION 



JAMES LEONARD 
OBITUARY 

olFtrLf''^f^°'' ICIBSONVILLEl 

S a' ""^°°'^°™J0"°"CA^^^^^ '~ ^""°" 
REWARD IS NEARING JIC.ODO 

RAY. SID 

COUNTY SCHOOLS MAY SHIFT SOME STiiriFHirt 

?!H-o!L%"R%'Aj^%'aR"E%A\;;VfSN%^'-°^" 
RAY. TONY LEE 

16-YEAR-OLD CHARGED IN BUS MISHAP 
RAYFIELO. JANET 

HISS RAYFIELD LIFTS TAR HEELS INTO SEMIFINALS 
RAYMOND. LOREN OR. 

OIL FIR-S SHOWING INTEREST IN N.C. 
READ. OIHO 

NO DISHES. 

READ. J. MILTON JR. 

JUDGE PROBING CHARGES OF RUDENESS 

«^E^^l^'^^SA^'^SAS'^^^ '^ °"«-^ 
^???s?c°?\8[3RT"yj?^?s'2iLr?E'?K's??^;!^!?,0N 



MUGS 0" BOWLS FOR THIS POTTER 



PAGE 179 
l/l 1/82 



N E 
P D 



DATE 
H ! 10/2S/61 8 



S I T 

£ L Y 

C PG L P BYL 



H 2 6/21/81 i 21 f W2<, 

S 2 7/09/81 A 6 P F J66 

H 2 9/14/ei B 1 N M09 

H 2 10/15/81 B 2 N 

H 2 10/15/H1 a 2 N 

5 2 6/23/Bl B 3 P N 

H 2 6/2B/81 a 6 P N 

H 2 7/30/81 A 4 L 

S 2 7/24/91 A 2 N H68 



H 2 5/0<./Bl A 1 

H 2 5/04/81 A 2 

M 2 ll/n/ai A I? 

H 2 11/19/81 a 1 

S 2 11/19/81 C 1 

S 2 12/16/81 C 1 

H 2 12/17/Bl e 1 

S 2 12/18/81 C 1 



N F78 
N F78 
N S51 
N S5l 
N K9D 
N K9C 
N 391 
N K9C 



H 2 7/17/81 D 8 N 
H 2 8/24/81 A 6 P N 
H 2 11/27/81 All N 
H 2 11/10/81 8 1 N B51 
H 2 a/16/91 A 4 N 



S 2 7/22/81 A 5 
H 2 7/23/81 A 16 
H 2 a/04/81 6 1 



N K90 
N W36 



H 2 10/07/81 C 2 F S91 

S 2 10/07/81 1 P F F25 

H I 6/27/81 a 1 N 

S 2 5/08/81 C 1 N 

S 2 11/19/91 C 10 N 



H 2 6/24/81 A I 

H 2 7/01/Rl A 1 

S 2 7/14/81 B 6 

M 2 8/28/81 C 4 



H 2 9/02/81 C 4 
H 2 5/01/81 D 11 
H 2 9/26/81 A 5 



H 2 7/21/91 fl 
H 2 7/22/91 B 



H 2 5/10/81 A 23 



H 2 11/07/81 A 12 
S 2 U/07/81 A 15 



H 2 5/30/91 A 1 
H 2 9/10/81 A 12 



H 2 8/25/91 a 5 
H 2 9/06/81 C 6 
H 1 9/11/81 B 1 



I 2 9/22/81 B 1 
S 2 U/11/81 C 1 
S 2 12/15/91 B 1 



N 

N M27 



N xa6 





N 



N 008 
N 00 8 
N 008 



H 2 6/13/81 A 8 N 

M 2 11/21/81 B 3 P N 

H 2 7/13/91 A 3 N 

S 2 5/14/81 D 3 P F B71 

I f 2<!i';f' 6 1 P N U57 

S 2 8/15/Rl A 1 p N U57 
S 2 10/06/81 A 13 N 

S 2 11/16/81 A 1 P N U57 

S 2 12/15/81 A 1 P N U57 



,w..n». 



honthlv/a 



INDEX 
12/31/Bl 



PAGE 180 
l/ll/Bi 



FOUR sefK rn atraiN district court juoceships 

DURHAf JuOliE ro RRESIDE AT TRIAL OF BURLINGTON EDITOR 

REAGAN. JANET M. 

DUUE APPOINTS INTERNAL AUDIT CHIEF 

REA^ANi MAUREEN 

■MAUREEN REAGAN TO SPEAK TONIGHT 

MS. REAGAN OPPUSES IMPORT RESTRICTIONS 

FROM 9ILL'' eEER TO MAUREEN JELLT BEANS ICARTOONI 

MAUREEN AIMS HIGH 

INVENTORY TAX CREDIT SOUGHT 

REAGAN. NANCY (DAVIS) 

J760 MILLION FOR A SHIP 

MARY LINCOLN'S HIGH LIVING 

HHITE MOUSE GLOWING GAILY FOR FIRST FAMILY CHRISTMAS 

REAGAN, RONALD 

A CCbPOY'S best FRIEND IS HIS HORSE; (CARTOONI 

ROYALL SETS D.C. VISIT 

L3ACH ..AOE, REaGan to hold FOOTBALL HUDDLE 

»allace »ade and reagan meet today at '.hite house 

^eaga'j treated Shabbily 

secret service says man hanteo for threatening president 

S"ALL TALK PY BIG MEN 

CONSERVATIVES ON RONALD REAGAN (CARTOON) 

JAOE TALKS F00I9ALL -ITh REAGAN 

F.")L'<S AROUND HfcRE: IN THE SPORTS WORLD 

GRAHAMS VISIT THE PRESIDENT 

IDEOLOGY, 5Y ALL MEANS 

L4^ hORTH E'TENnrJC 

REAGAN PICTURES PROMPT LAWSUIT 

PRESIDENT JFCIDFS POLICY, NOT DETAILS 

MAYOR ATTENDS «HITE HOUSE DO 

WORDS ALONE on LITTLE 

REVIVING "R, NdON 

ENTERING THE LION'S DEN 

GESGEN Says REaGan SEEN AS 'NEW EISENHOWER" 

PRESIDENCY: I"Ar,E COUNTS 

MAN CHARGED WITH Threatening reagan 

MAYOR OF OXFORD TO MEET REAGAN 
MAYOR OF OXFORD PRAISES PRESIDENT 

REAGAN, RONALD, APPOINTMENTS 

•HELMS DEAL' MAY END DIPLOMATS' JOBS 

BA^ER TIRED OF HcLMS DELAY OF REAGAN NOMINEES 

HELMS 'wIThOKA^S' CROCKER OPPOSITION 

HELMS STILL HOLDING OP ONE NO'MNEE 

A -OMAN ON THE eENCH 

GFwGEN'S STAR ASCENDS 

HIGH COURT NOMINEE SEEMS GOOD CHOICE 

FORMER N.C. JHSTICt LAUDS NOMINATION 

EAST RELUCTANT AoOUT NOMINEE 

O'CONNOR APPROVED (CARTOON) 

O'CONNOR FINE CHOICE 

CARTOON A SLAP IN FACE 

HELMS VAGUE ON COURT NOMINEf 

reagan NOMINATES Campbell professdr to be ambassador 

HELMS AIDE NOMINATED FOR U.S. ATTORNEY POSITION 
CAMPBELL PROFESSOR NEARS CONFIRMATION AS AMBASSADOR 
LI6FRAL DELAYS FuNDERBURK'S CONFIRMATION 

AIDE TO HELMS SAYS COMMITTEE WILL OK AMBASSADOR NOMINEE 
SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR TO ENHANCE HIGH COURT 
AMBASSADORIAL HDNOh 

TOkFni sm Can be aEAT 

CAMPBELL PROFESSOR WINS COMMITTEE OK 

SENATE CONFIRMS tt.L. PROFESSOR AS AMBASSADOR 

REAGAN NOMINATES BENNETT FOR POST 

BENNETT PROUD TO 'i PRESIDENT'S NOMINEE 

A GOOD Choice 



REAGAN, RONALD, ASSASSINATION ATTE-PTS 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 
HINCKLEY LAWYERS REPORTED BARGA.NING FOR 
HINCKLEY ATTEMPTS SUICIDE AT BUTNER WITH 
HINCKLEY MAY BE IN BuTNER ANOTHER MONTH 
SMITH rnNuirTFn nc Twop a renjiMr. dcatav 



HlNlKLCT -.AT ft IN dUTNtK ANO( 
SMITH CONVICTED OF THREATENING 
MAN SENTENCED FOR THREAT TO HE 
LIBYA'S UN6ALANCE0 TYRANT 



GUILTY PLEA 
TYLENOL HOARD 



REAGAN 
AGAN 



REAGAN. RONALD. BIOGRAPHY 

MR. PRESIDENT: WHO WOULD THEY PICK TO PLAY RONALIj REaGAN? 

REAGAN. RONALD, BUDGET 

PRESIDENT RF4CAN SOUNDS A WARNING 

DEMOCRATS CAN'T MATCH REAGAN'S LOBBYING CLOUT 

ANDREWS CRITICIZED ON VOTE 

TIP O'NEILL (CARTOON) 

REAGAN'S BUDGET JASED ON BIG ILLUSION 

dUOGEI VICTORY 

CCB CHIEF COOL TO REAGAN PLAN 

CURE FITS DISEASE 

SOCIAL SECURITY CHANGES IN ORDER 

BANK Chief is critical of inflation program 

COUNTY MAKES NO PROMISES 

WELFARE Chiefs call reagan 'REVOLUTIONARY' 

REAGAN WILL INCREASE SPENDING 

ANDREWS ANSWERS CRITICS IN DURHAM 

OPINIONS ARE MIXED ON BLOCK GRANT PROPOSAL 

BOARD CLAIMS REAGAN CUTS SLIGHT SOUTH 

FOUNTAIN IRKED BY ADS 

SUPPORT THE PRESIDENT'S TAX-CUTTING PLAN 

TRAINER REAGAN (CARTOON) 

MORE BUDGET CUTS NECESSARY MEDICINE 

STATES "UST wFan THEMSELVES FROM DOLE 

BUDGET TRIMMING (CARTOON) 

RESTRAINT GETS HIGH MILEAGE 

ENERGY AND EDUCATION DEPARTMENTS SHOULD GO 

NATIONAL DEBT (CARTOUN) 

SOUEEHNl, THE FEDERAL SPENDING 'B2 TUBE (CARTOON) 

NFaL APPALLED ABOUT RULING 

ROLLING WITH THE PUNCHES 

N.C. BUSINESSMEN BACK RFaCAN 

MR. REAGAN'S COURSE SET IN RIGHT DIRECTION 

REAGAN AND The LOST ARC ICARTOONI 

DEFAULTERS SHOULD GO FIRST 

REAGAN PROGRAM INSUFFICIENT 

ENERGY CREDIT NEEDED 

NASSIF WRITIN'- LETTER TO PRESIDENT REAGAN 

PRESIDENT S=aGaN never promised a ROSE GARDEN 

BUDGET Cuts may hurt N.C. HUMAN SERVICES 

THE SOUTH WILL SURVIVE 

LIFE WITH LESS ISN'T ALL PAD 

"JdA-'f RErGirSsfNG'SE^T^f^' '"' '"°"' J"'- • -"'5 "^SE ICARTOONI 



12/16/81 
12/21/81 



H 2 I2/2ft/81 B 1 



H 2 5/20/81 A B P N 

H 2 5/21/Bl B 1 P N F7fl 

H 2 11/07/81 A 4 T T R56 

S 2 11/07/81 A 4 E 

H 2 11/13/81 A 1 3 N 



H 2 


5/2S/B1 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


10/17/81 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


12/25/81 


c 


7 


F 




H 2 


6/05/81 


A 


4 


I T 


R56 


H 2 


7/03/81 


c 


5 


N 




S 2 


7/08/81 


A 


1 


P N 


DIP 


H 2 


7/0')/Bl 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/14/81 


A 


4 


L 




H 1 


7/15/Bl 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


7/15/81 


D 


1 


P N 


R66 


H 2 


7/16/81 


A 


4 


T T 


R56 


H 2 


7/15/81 


6 


2 


P N 


M09 


H 2 


7/I7/B1 


B 


1 


U 




H 2 


7/22/Bl 


B 


5 


N 




H 2 


8/05/81 


A 


4 


B 




S 2 


8/2D/81 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


8/25/81 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


9/25/fll 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


9/17/81 


e 


5 


N 




S 2 


9/17/81 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


10/13/81 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


10/15/fll 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


10/27/81 


A 


1 


P F 




H 2 


13/30/81 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


11/06/81 


C 


8 


N 




H 1 


11/28/81 


c 


I 


N 




H I 


12/12/81 


G 


1 


N 


H60 


S 2 


5/23/81 


A 


1 


P N 




H 2 


6/04/81 


A 


2 


N 




H ? 


6/D5/81 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


t)/0'5/81 


A 


I 


N 




H 2 


6/22/91 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


6/25/Bl 


A 


4 


P E 




H 2 


7/0<)/81 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/0<)/BI 


A 


19 


N 




H 2 


7/D<)/ai 


A 


19 


N 




H 2 


7/10/81 


A 


4 


T T 


R56 


S 2 


7/io/ei 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/16/81 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


7/17/81 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


8/30/81 


A 


4 


N 




S 2 


9/18/81 


A 


2 


N 




S 2 


9/22/81 


A 


2 


N 




S 2 


9/23/81 


C 


4 


N 




M 2 


9/25/81 


A 


1 3 


N 




S 2 


9/25/81 


A 


4 


F 




H 2 


9/26/81 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


9/28/81 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


9/30/81 


C 


3 


N 




H 2 


10/02/81 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


11/I9/B1 


C 


I 7 


N 




5 2 


11/19/91 


A 


1 


P N 




H 2 


11/23/Bl 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


5/19/81 


B 


1 


T U 




H 2 


5/2A/8I 


C 


3 


N 




H 2 


5/29/fll 


A 


1 


P N 




H 2 


7/Q2/B1 


6 


1 


N 


M60 


S 2 


8/28/81 


A 


ID 


N 




H ? 


3/29/81 


A 


S 


N 




H 2 


12/14/81 


A 


4 


E 





H 2 7/27/81 B 1 P U S36 



H 2 


5/03/91 


D 


4 




E 


S 2 


5/05/81 


A 


2 


P 


N 


H 2 


5/D9/81 


A 


9 




N 


H 2 


5/10/81 


D 


4 


T 


T R56 


H 2 


5/10/81 





4 




L 


H 2 


5/11/81 


A 


4 




E 


H 2 


5/ 4/81 


A 


2 




N 


S 2 


5/ 4/81 


A 


4 




E 


H 2 


5/ 5/81 


A 


4 




E 


S 2 


5/18/81 


C 


1 




N K90 


5 2 


5/18/81 


c 


1 




N 054 


H 2 


5/31/81 


A 


4 




N 


H 2 


6/01/91 


A 


5 




L 


S 2 


6/04/81 


C 


I 




N K90 


S 2 


6/05/81 


c 


I 




N E46 


H 2 


6/D9/8I 


8 


9 




N 


H 1 


6/24/81 


B 


1 


P 


N 


H 2 


7/02/Bl 


A 


4 




L 


H 2 


7/31/81 


A 


4 


T 


T R56 


H 2 


8/23/81 





4 




E 


H 2 


a/24/81 


A 


4 




E 


H 2 


9/05/81 


A 


4 


T 


T R56 


S 2 


9/05/91 


A 


4 




E 


H 2 


9/20/81 





4 




E 


M 2 


9/20/31 





5 


T 


T P45 


H 2 


9/23/81 


A 


4 


T 


T R56 


H 2 


9/26/81 


A 


10 




N 


S 2 


9/26/81 


A 


4 




E 


H 2 


9/27/81 


C 


1 




N 


H 2 


9/27/81 









E 


H 2 


9/27/81 





4 


T 


T R56 


S 2 


9/28/81 


A 


4 




E 


H 2 


9/29/81 


A 


5 




L 


S 2 


9/30/81 


A 


4 




E 


S 2 


9/30/81 


A 


12 




N H36 


H 2 


10/01/81 


A 


4 




E 


S 2 


10/16/81 


A 


1 'P 


N F30 


S 2 


10/20/81 


A 


4 




E 


S 2 


10/22/81 


A 


4 




E 


H 2 


11/11/81 


A 


4 


T 


T R56 


S 2 


U/lI/81 


c 


1 


p 


N S83 



aas 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
W/Jl/81 



ir0CK"AN"C "E^SiCF 

fOKCET OAvn STOCKMAN; r At CUH STILL NECESSARY 

•I IINIEPSTaNO YTU'VE been TELLINO people what WE'RE UP Tor 

R'AGANC.'IICS lEEr.S REASONABLE CHANCE 

•TSICLE nO'jN' (CARTOONI 

.IftOvE^Y . . . KECESSION ICARTOONI 

OAVIO STOCKMAN ANO JELLY ^iEAN POLITICS 

GfSGEM: REAGAN ESCAPING DAMAGE 

THE REAL HOGS 

GERG6N SAYS oOl OF STAFF AT HHITc HOJSE SENT HOME 

EPA EMPLOYEES LEAVE 

FEDERAL UORKEPS AWAIT WORK DETAILS 

DURHAM AUDIENCE IS TOLD REAGAN UNLIKELY TO ALTER MONETARY COURSE 

GERGEN: wE have Paid PRICE ON ALLEN SNAFU 

SOMf LIGHTS <ENT OUT IN DURHAM. . . 3UT FEDERAL WORKERS 

REAGAN MAY -lOT BLOCK TOBACCO PRICE SUPPORT 

WHO NEEDS IT? 

RON'S 'DEAR CONGRESS' LETTER ICARTOONI 

THE DAY THE PRESIDENT SHOWED MIS BACKBONE 

REAGAN'S ATTENTION-GETTER 

STOCKMAN'S JOB AN IMPOSSIBLE TASK 

DEMOCRATS PLAN ALTERNATIVE 

REAGAN'S PLAN NOT WORKING 

ALL MUST SACRIFICE 

TROUBLESOME TRAIT AMONG lOEOLOGUtt 

REAGAN, ROflALO, CABINET 

ENERGY AND EDUCATION DEPARTMENTS SHOULD GO 

REAGAN. RONALD. CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURES 
IT'S 'OFFER' HE 010 REFUSE 

WHY SEEK A Ruling? 

REAGAN, RONALD. CRIME PRIPOSALS 

MR. REAGAN'S CRIME PROPOSALS ENCOURAGING 
WORDS WON'T STOP CRIME 

REAGAN, FONALO, FCONOMIC PROPOSALS 

PRESIDENT RFir.AN SOUNDS A WARNING 

PSESIIENT'S POLICIES WILL REVIVE ECONOMY 

"ET TU. OOw JONES""' 

U.S. ECONOMIC FRUSTRATIONS SHOULD NOT ELIMINATE FAITH 

bush: 'PANIC OVER DEFICIT IS PREMATURE 

reat.an and The lost arc (CARTOONI 

ppcsipent reacaf. never promisfd a rose garden 

give the president a fair chance 

HunGriS: WELFARE POLICIES BURDEN SOUTH 

POOP MAY HURT FfiuM TURNOVER 

NAOER: REAGAN'S POLICIES CRUEL 

AN OBSERVER SEES SPIRIT OF CONFIDENCE IN AMERICA 

TRUE RECESSIONS ICARTOONI 

DREAMING OF A BETTER FUTURE 

STOCKMAN'S MESSAGE 

FOilCET DAVID stockman; TAX Cuts still NECESSARY 

'I UNOERSTaND you've been telling people what WE'RE UP to:' ICARTOONI 

reaganomics needs reasonable Chance 

'trickle down' icartooni 

recovery . . . recession icartooni 

weapons for petrodollars 

davio stockman and jelly bean politics 

durham audie.ct is told reagan unlikely to alter monetary course 

reagan's plan not working 

reagan, ronald, eni vr onment al protection 

LIGHTHOUSE Campaign gets additional backers 

REAGAN, PONALD, federalism 

'REAGAN FEDERALISM' SHOULD BE TOP GOAL 

REAGAN. RONALD, FOREIGN POLICY 

NEUTRON 60MP CARDS ICARTOONI 

ONCE AGAIN, U.S. SHOWING BACKBONE 

THE INSTANT EXPERT 

WAITING FOR THE AWACS DEAL ICARTOONI 

NIXON'S MESSAGES TO KING HUSSEIN ICARTOONI 

PEACE MARCHERS MISS POINT 

HELMS, FAST PRAISE VOTE ON AwACS 

auEST FOR HIOEAST PEACE NEVER-ENDING 

RUSSIANS HAVE REASON TO DOUBT U.S., REAGAN 

REAGAN, RONALD, FOREIGN TRIPS, ECONOMIC SUMMIT 
HERALD COVERING CANADA SUMMIT 

PATRIC TAKES ADVANTAGE OF BREAK TO WIN A TREASURE 
THE PLACE WAS ACTUALLY SWARMING 

THEY paTIE.Tly SNORTED, PAwEO UNTIL PROCESSION ENDED 
IT'S THE SEASON TO THINK OF HOME 
REAGAN IN OTTAWA ICARTOONI 
NO EASY WAY JUT 

THE POOL REPORTERS: TWO SERVE AS EYES AND EARS FQR WHOLE PRESS 
THE BRITISH EMBARRASSMENT 

CANADIANS AND TAR HEELS: TRAVEL IS A TWO-WAY STREET 
THEY BARKED AND SOWED AT SUMMIT TABLE 

REAGAN. RLNALD. FOREIGN VISITORS 
FRIENDLY RELATIONS 

REAGAN. RONALD. LABOR 

FOLLOWING THE BRITISH 

REAGAN. OONALO. MILITARY POLICY 

EAST SUPPORTS REAGAN'S NEUTRON WEAPONS POLICY 
REAGAN'S 'GIANT STEP' CALLS RUSSIA'S BLUFF 
FORMER SOVIET EDITOR HITS REAGAN'S ARMS PROPOSAL 
RETIRED SOVIET EDITOR QUESTIONS PROPOSAL'S TIMING 

REAGAN. RONALD. POLLS 

MR. REAGAN'S POPULARITY COULD BE BOON TO GOP 

U.S. FCONCMIC FRUSTRATIONS SHOULD NOT ELIMINATE FAITH 

N.C. Survey gives REAGAN HIGH PERFORMANCE RATING 

REAGAN, RONALD, SECURITY 

SO'iE SECRECY IS NECESSARY 

REAGAN, RONALD. SOCIAL SECURITY PROPOSALS 
H-;. OLD IS S^■' ICARTOONI 
C.T.'.RESS AND SuCIAL SECURITY 
A DEMOCRAT FOR REAGAN 
SOCIAL SECURITY ICARTOONI 
DOING NOTHING IS rosTLIFST 

•PALEOTHIC POLITICS' TAINT SOCIAL SECURITY DEBATE 
SOCIAL SECURITY ICARTOONI 
AMERICANS DON'T TRUST SOCIAL SECURITY 
REAGAN PROGRAM INSUFFICIENT 
PRESIDENT REAGAN NEVER PROMISED A ROSE GARDEN 

REAGAN. RONALD. SPfECriES 



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ECONOMY. EAST SAYS 



REAMS. 6ENNIE LEWIS 

POLICE Charge two with stealin 

REAMS. MAE 

DURHAM MAN ARRESTED FOR R06BIN 

REAMS, MILDRED 

VA HOSPITALS TO SEEK BIOS ON 5 

REARIU'l. CYNThIa 

HANOS CPNTINuF TO GO UP IN OUR 

REASONER. HARRY 

READING REASONER IS AS PLEASAN 

REAVES. JILANORA M. [CHAPEL HILLI 
OJITUARY 

REAVES. WILLIAM CROCKETT 

OeiTUARY: WILLIAM REAVES 

REAVIS. NICHOLAS ANTONI IKITTRELL) 
VANCE WOMAN KILLED IN WRECK 

RECQRE. DENNIS PAUL ITROY. OH I 

JUDGE ORDERS FIVE MEN RELEASED 

REDDEN. PAORY 

REDDEN UNLIKELY HflSMAN CANDID 

REDOICK, NANNIE COVINGTON 
OBITUARY 

REDMAN. BILL 

CONTINUING A IRAGIC CYCLE 
LAWMAKER GETS NATIONWIDE TV GEE 

RfeDMOND. JAMES IGHEENVILLEI 

JAIL INMATE ON HUNGER STRIKE 

REDMOND, w. T. 

how times do change: durham wa 

reed. oroencie 

ex-army coach in durham's corn 
durham boxers close out season 
last round? durham boxing prog 

reed. samuel 

andrews answers critics in ou" 
durham to ae represented at cd 
delegates prepare for session 
social security shouldn't go t 
citizens debate rate increase 
i groups e-idorsf candidates 
two groups announce end0r5emen 
Tuesday election sent message 
new epa fcr durham? 
senior citizens choose officer 
council vote to end night bus 
reed questions 'new direction- 
reese, mason incw yorki 

•borgasmqhd' : he's still part 

reeves. charles 

drive launched to help girl 

refior. margaret a. and wendell f. 
formula vs. breast milk 

REGAN. MARK 

ROCKETS' REGAN HEADS "ASEBAIL 

REGISTER. DONALD L. 

CHAPEL HILL MAN APPOINTED 

REGISTER. KINNEV WARD 

PHARMACIST INDICTED IN EM6E2ZL 

REGISTER. LEON 

CHALLENGES DREW REGISTERS CLOS 

REID. HtRoERT 0. 

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fOKMEO PUKLlNGTOn LIfEGUARO IS CITED 

OEI.'iMiBT. CHIRLES 

o«nce Festival Sato tmreateneo by cuts 

FESTIVAL iMBEirfNED 

FINANCIAL UNCERTAINTr CLOUDS FESTIVAL OPENING 

REINHART GIVES PREVIEW OF DANCE FESTIVAL FARE 

PERFORMERS DELIGHTED MITH FESTIVAL AUDIENCES 

DANCE FEST HiV GET ALL OF ALLOCATION 

FESTIVAL LEADER EJPECTIMG FUNDS 

DANCE FESTIVAL INTRODUCES STARS DF TO«ORROW 

XOVENFNT: IT CAN REDUCE STRESS. IMPROVE LIFE 

5 YOUNG CHOREOGRAPHERS GET CHANCE 

NUDE OANCE SURPRISES FESTIVAL AUDIENCE 

GRAHAM ACCEPTS SCRIPPS AWARD 

FESTIVAL ARTISTIC SUCCESS: FINANCIAL PICTURE STILL TO DEVELOP 

FFSTIVAL EARNS SUPPORT 

AN ARTISTIC SUCCESS 

NOi. THAT The TANCING is over - REINHART REFLECTS 

REINHART. STEPHANIE 
FUND RAISING IS 



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REIST, JANET 

ALTERED adoption RECORDS BILL 



ER MERRY-GO-ROUND 

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DCITCO, CAflY 

bULLS' LEFTIES HOPE THEY AREN'T LEFT OUT 

REMICK. STUART lOMAHA, NE3.I 

CON ARTIST LEAVES DEBT, HEARTBREAK 

RE'iFBOW. BOBBY 

RE'lFHO LEAOS NORTHERN HIN 

RENFROb BEdOUNOS FOR KNIGHTS 

RENFR'.j AND knIGhTS GET READY FOR R0X30R0 

'E'.FSOWt EOVcARD 

AUOITORS CRITICUE EXPENSES 

RfjFRnw UUESTIQNS TAX 

STATE WILL Change TO NEW ACCOUNTING SYSTEM 

INSURANCE JEPT. AUDIT SCHEDULED LATER THIS YEAR 

AUDIT REVEALS ECU ATHLETICS DEEP IN DEBT 

RECORDS SENT BACK TO INGRAM 

RENN. PHIL 

TWO-MINUTE DRILL: ELON KICkER PHIL RENN PUTS PUNCH IN TEAM'S. 

RENNIE. JOHN G. 

RENNIE PUNS UNIQUE CAMP 

DUKE PROVING YANKS CAN PLAY SOCCER WELL 

ALABAMA ACM ENOS BLUE DEVILS' SEASON WITH OVERTIME GOAL 

RENTZ, LARRY 

UNC WINS SOUTHERN GOLF TITLE 

»E»1«ICK, HAYDEN B. 

OEAN SEFS 'NO POSITIVE BENEFITS' FOR BLACKS 

The MOCFRN MOSES 

UNC DEAN FILES LIPEL SUIT 

UNC DEAN FILES LIBEL SUIT 



RESNICK 



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lE ?IEST STABBING WE EVER HAD' 



RESTPN. JAMES JR. 

'LAST OF JONESTOWN' TO AIR AGAIN SUNDAY 
LITERARY LANTERN 

RETO. JOe 

car accident paralyzes unc baseball star 

reto's paralysis said permanent 

unc's reto remains in coma 

reto has surgery 

athletes' accidents spark concern 

reto fully conscious. able to move hands 

norfolk cagers protest coach's practices 

reuben. a. robert 

expert suggests water-saving ideas 

citizens need to co'iserve 

water conservation seminar suggested 

revis. martin stanley 

emsezzlement Charges bring term in prison 

reynd6rs. marinus benjamin imecklenburg co. i 
HITCHHIKER Charged in death 

REYNOLDS. WILLIAM PRAOFORD 

EAST UNSURE OF REYNOLDS CONFIRMATION 
N.C. REDISTR ICT I.NG PLANS REJECTED 

REYNOLDS. ZACHARY TAYLOR 

PLANE CRASH SUIT DISMISSED IN FORSYTH 

RHINE. J. n. OB. 

PARAPSYChOLOi 



Y STRUGGLES AT DUKE. ..BUT THE BEAT GOES ON 



BHINEHARDT. DOROTHY 

a clean start 

rhoades. barbara 

despite dog days. center/gallery show glitters 

rhoaos. marian e. 

mionle-of-the-boao freedom 

rhodes. elsie copley 
obituary 

rhodes. frank e. 

legislator is sworn in 

rhodes. grfg 

Rhodes picks juco trail 

rhodes. kent maurice 

MAN Charged in srfak-in 

BHOEY. ASHLEY 

9Th grader wins prep tennis title 
rhoton. bhusty 



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>(AN HANGED IN «000S IS ID6HTIFIE0 
POLICE lOEuTIFY HANGED MAN 

RICE. RONALD C. 

3 fQRMtR RAN<FBS INDICTED 

FORMER »ANK PRESIDENT GETS l-YEAR SENTENCE 

2 EX-OFFICERS OF BANK GIVEN PRISON TERMS 

""■^'rYce'sTATE vice PRESIDENT OF SHELTERED WORKSHOPS 

RICE. WILLIA- (RALEIC.Hl 

2 fEN CHAPjEO IN ARMED ROBBERY 

RICH. CLIFF IGASTO'iIAl 

ACCIDENTAL OVERDOSE KILLS CHILD 

RICH. nONME 

SLATER'S 65 iAKNS SLIM ADVANTAGE 

RIChaJC. PAUL S. 

RICHARDS SUGGESTS INVESTING IN GOLD 

RICharos. Chuck 

F9I MAY GET DRUG CASES 

RECRUITER: HE SCUURS SCHOOLS FOR THE Fbl 

RKHAftOSIN. CHRISTIPHcR LEE 

2 MEN :iOuf.L) OVER IN LITTLE RIVER CASE 

2 BOUND OVER ON MURDER CHARGES 

LITTLE RIVER INDICTMENTS NAME FOUR 

JURY INDICTS : IN DEATH ,, , , ,^ 

DEFENSE LAWYER DISMISSED IN LITTLE RIVER BEATING CASE 

RICHARDSON LAWYER REMOVED FROM CASE 

LAkYEP PACK ON LITTLE RIVER MURDER CASE 

ATTORNEY AjAlN TQ DEFEND HAN CHARGED WITH MURDE" 

JUDGE MODIFIES SuPPOENA 

DEFENSE TO GET TV TRANSCRIPTS IN BEATING CASE 

OEFENDaM agrees to TESTIFY IN DEATH 

ATTORNEYS WANT T^IAL MQVED 

I-MUNITy given fur TESTIMONY ON LITTLE RIVER 

POLL REVEALS SENTIMENT OVER LITTLE RIVER 

".8 PERCENT FEEL DEFENDANTS GUILTY 

JUDGE nON'T MOVE BEATINC-DEATh TRIAL 

LITTLE RIVER TRIAL TO BE IN DURHAM 

RICHARDSON Faces new charges 

MAN FACING New Charge 

CHRIS RICHARDSON JAILED AFTER HEARING 

RICHARDSON RETURNS TO JAIL 

MURDER TRIAL DELAYED I WEEK 

LITTLE RIVER MURDER TRIAL POSTPONED 

LITTLE RIVER TRIAL OPENS ON MONDAY 

JURY SELECTION "EGINS IN LITTLE RIVER TRIAL 

LITTLE RIVER TRIAL UNDER WAY 

JURY SELECTION COMPLETE IN SuNBATHER muRDER TRIAL 

TWO ACCOUNTS OF LITTLE RIVER INCIDENT PRESENTED 

WITNESSES TELL OF ATTACK AT LITTLE RIVER 

FIVE WITNESSES IDENTIFY RICHARDSON AS ATTACKER 

TESTI-ONY CONTINUES IN LITTLE RIVER TRIAL 

ilCHARJSON OENIfS INSTIGATING ATTACK 

FINAL ARGUMENTS BEGIN 

DAY CALLED A 'MGHTMAR6* 

ATTORNEYS ENJ aPGmmENTS 

JURY STILL DeLI°ERATING IN LITTLE RIVER CASE 

JURY CONVICTS IN LITTLE RIVER TRIAL: JUDGE TO SENTENCE RICHARDSON TODAY 

RICHARDSON GETS 2^-Ye AR-TO-L IF E SENTENCE 

RICHARDSON GFTS ^^ YEARS TO LIFE FOR FATAL BEATING 

OSEAmR Case may delay UNTIL NOV. 2 

JUDGE DENIES ns«AHR MOTION FOP NEW TRIAL 

JUDGE DENIES 0S1AHR MOTION 

RICHARDSON, CURTIS J. DR. 

STATE WASTE ROLE BACKED 

RICHARDSON, Elliot 

DUKE SPEAKERS SLATED 

aiCHAROSON, GEORGE 

LIFEGUARD'S KEPT 'SUMMER' JOB 22 YEARS 

RICHARDSON, GREGORY S. 

TEEN Climbing tower killed 

RlCHAkOSON. JON 

SHOWDOWN divides RICHARDSON FAMILY 

RICHARDSON. MARK 

SHOWDOWN DIVIDES RICHARDSON FAMILY 

RICHARDSON. SHIRLEY 

JURY STILL DELI°ERATING IN LITTLE RIVER CASE 

JURY CONVICTS IN LITTLE RIVER TRIAL: JUDGE TO SENTENCE RICHARDSON TODAY 

WOMAN aCOUITTED of ASSAULT 

RICHARDSON. WAYLON JAMES 
OBITUARY 

RICHARDSON. WENDY 



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H 1 9/18/ai B 1 N 

S 2 12/31/ni ARM 

H 2 6/l<./ai e 1 P N S91 

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N F ELY 

P D OATE C PG U P in 

, ,^ M 2 5/01/81 A 1 N R51 

J MfN onuND ]VE« IN LITTLE " IV E^ C«5E „ j 5/05/81 8 I N 

LITTLE BlVdS INDICTMENTS NAME FOJR „ 2 9/2<)/Sl B 1 N B51 

LITTLF PIVER TRIAL UNDER «AV „ , io/02/ni B 1 " "H 

RICHARDSON DENIES I NS T ICAT IND A T T ACK 5 j 10/05/111 C I N 057 

T.-i c'5it^c?!M^,^[t;Ki J -^« ^^ r ? r Lhn^j^'^" "'^""°^°'' ^°°" " 5' .'§/S?;si : I N III 

RICHAB05CN r.ETS 25 YEARS TO LIFE FOR FATAL BEATING „ ^ lO/2')/81 A 2 N 
UOMAN ACGUITTED OF ASSAULT 

RICnFSON. Jl- IAShFvILLEI . r^convcc^ S 2 7/23/81 6 7 P F 
RADIO SHOW KEEPS ALIVE LANGUAGE uF CHEROKEcS 

RICH"0ND. FREDERICK INE« YORK! „,„.„ roITirc " ? 8/lO/Pl A 9 P N 

hEL-S assails BROOKLYN REP., OTHER CRITICS „ j <)/02/8l B 6 N 

EAST TAKES VERBAL SNIPES AT TOBACCO PROGRAM eutb j 9/04/Rl A <. E 

IS^rOR-S PUNCHES LAND BELOW THE BELT 5 2 5/05/8.1A 5^6 



liST-HELMS PERSONAL ATTACKS INDEFENSIBLE 
hFL-S says remarks • INAPPROPRIATE" 



.. ? 9/07/B. 

, - - - S 2 9/09/81 A «. E 

REALIZING A MISTAKE ^ ,^ H 2 9/U/81 A 6 N 

EAGLETON RECEIVES APOLOGY FRO" EAST ^ ^ 9/ /Bl A 4 E 

EAST -UST FINISH HIS APOLOGY 



■^QNO, fJANLY 
CROSS dURNED AT ALAMANCE COMMUNITY 



6/26/81 



SICriMONO. WILLIAM FkEOERiCK I BAHAMA 1 „ j 10/02/91 C 12 
OBITUARY 

HICmTER* CONRAD OR. , , . , r ,<- H 2 7/26/81 A 2 *• R N 

RICHTEK NAMED CHIEF OF BRANCH AT NI6HS ^ | 3/05/Bl C 2 N 

richter is new Chief 

rickover. hyman g. h 2 u/16/81 a ". e 
the dynamic admiral 

riddle. arietta (mrs. carll .,„,,,,„„ h 2 6/22/81 b 1 p n 

mrs, riddle is new head of auxiliary 

OICOLE. HEROfRT HOOVER IPITTSBOKOI „ , 12/02/ai B 1 N 
CHATHAM MAN DIES 

"""^SmJSEsIvE: but she mellows OUT AND MARRIES " ^ '■^^'/^ ' 2 P F «0 

'"'°'-!;0Tii5'ANALYST= MAKE BOSS REMEMBER YOU " ^ "^'«^" » 3 P N F78 

°'^°^s;NTE*8'£!N^;ri.RESTED ^ I rAVA\ ; i « 

POLICE ARREST RIOOlE ^ 

'""'^i.'n^S'lr.lllil- ^3^^l?2"?«^A.iTRY " 2 ii/o^'"> • - '■ 

RITEnmOuR, HELENA H 2 10/31/81 B \ P N 

iS$H2M\gUI;'sc:iSSLS HONOR C.RRINGTON TEACHER S 2 1D/31/8L AM N 

'""t::c.''52oG»A'. SEFK.NG DOCTORS FOR RURAL AREAS H 1 7/03/81 B I N L 30 

"""|H?';iTi"?ii"wlTH ICE CPEAM " ^ «^1^^" ^ ' " >= 

RIDLEY, JOOY H 2 5/18/81 B 2 P N 
RIDLEY GETS Qf'vER WIN 

■"'"""lEDrcMO ?S?s':Nh"« DENTISTS " ^ '""^'" * " ^ 

"'""^N-tESiRES WOMEN FACULTY AT UNC CITE LACK OF SUPPORT S I 10/16/81 A 1 N M23 

'""''|rGKnNi'-«N?f,2s'FAILED TO PREVENT FRANKLIN DEATH H 1 10/30/81 B I N L30 

RIGBY, KEVIN , ^, u y 5/12/91 E 2 P N M71 

RIGBY'S HITTING GIVES BULLS LIFT " | 5/12/81 B 2 P P R66 

RIGBY, PEhENNA lead aULLS | i 3/in/«l r 2 P F R66 

RIGBY BOUNCFS AROUND ATLANTA'S ORGANIZATION S 2 7/30/81 C 2 P F Rb6 

RIGOAN. LjCY MAE ItlURLlNAI , ,2/13/81 A 9 N 

C^aSh kills NCRLINA WOMAN " ' 12/1)/31 

RIGGS, JAMES HOWARD "JIMMY" JR. „ , 7/20/8I B 8 

OBITUARY " ' i/du/i5i D o u 

RIGGS, L. A, "SPEED" „ , 9/in/Rl A 1 P F H60 

•SPEED- BACK WHERE IT ALL BEGAN " ' 9/in/Bi a i >• r 

"'"SflEE.^FLCNNIF P. „ 2 7/Dl/al C 3 

RIGGSBEE, LILLIE ICMAPEL HILLI , ■./j^/o, p 7 

OniTuARY: LILLI5 RIGGSBEE " 2 6/2',/BI B I u 

'"""'gbItuaS?'-'^ H 2 12/29/81 e 9 a 

'"^^"BiTSlR?"'^ FREEMAN „ 2 10/03/81 A 23 

""^"oIlTuiS^""^' CONKLIN „ 2 8/10/81 8 6 

RIGS5EE, RONALD ALLEN 2 12/2D/91 C 12 

OBITUARY " ' l2/<:u/ni i, w 

RIGSBEE, RUFUS LAFAYETTE JR. , , ^/2i,/e< A 1 N 

FALLING TREE KILLS MAN 5 2 ""'g' i 2 

FALLING TREc KILLS R.L. RIGSBEE ^, " | |;I7<J} S 7 p ,j 591 

AREA GOLF LOSES A FRIEND IN R. L. RIGSBEE H 2 A/?\/§l ! 4 L 

Sil^fspjF'l^lLi'ES "'°' '-"""' ' ' H I 10/10/81 B 5 P P C56 

RlGGSrctSMcL't'* u3ii/11/flIAt I 

KINDNESS APPRECTATEO " ^ U/13/81 A ^ L 

RICSBEF, RUSSELL .„,,^ u 7 T/m/ni n 17 P R G68 

THREE GEMS HIGHLIGHT ART EXHIBITS " ' 7/03/81 U 12 y R GOf 

RIGSBEE, STEWART CHARLES , , , , ,,/,7/ai . 1 p n 

STEWART RIGSBEE, DURHAM BUSINESSMAN, DIES A T 7<, S 2 ll/fj^jf » ' J ° 

TIRE DEALER STEWART RIGSBEE DIES AT 7<. H 2 11/77/2 nil 

IN MEMORIAM: STEWART C. RIGSBEE H 2 11/22/31 D 5 A 

""'^"a'duIhA" prodigy: U-YEAR-OLD QUTSCOrtES MOST HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ON SAT H 2 5/17/81 C 1 P N S36 



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PJ&E 1"6 
1/1 1/B3 



PBOGRaH HELPS sruOENTS -FEEL I. US 



'""■"i.c;:MSs?'LASt HAS DUKE OPERATION 
S.ct PiaSI LAOr RECOVERING 

RIIEY. CURTIS ADAH 
OBITUARY 

RILEY. 1AURICE GHEN "TWEET" 
YOUTH HELD IN BURGLARY 

•"'''h.rruV/y.'-H'.,. N-NNIE RILEY 

'■^^"ianyiR^-^'SL E. RILEY 

RILEY. REBECCA J. 

RILEY JINS SCHOLARSHIP 

"""^'''"ARRYING SAM- HANGS ON IQ GAVtL 

3ILEY. TDNV VINCE'.T 

I;EN-aGFR CHARGED SY DU°HAM POLICE 

""•^'fIRe'^-APShaL CHARGED WITH POINTING PISTOL 
POLICE CHARGE FIRE OFFICER 
JUDGE CONVICTS BILEY 
CITY FIRE OFFICIAL CONVICTED 
ASSISTAKT CHIEF DROPS APPEAL OF CASE 
RILEY DROPS APPEAL CASE 
FIREM'N TO INSPECT 'iuSINESSES 
DUNN FILES 12 ?<ILLION SUIT 
SUIT F ILtD 

RIH-fB, TLLIE 'lAYNES IHIGH POINTI 
obituary: OLLIE RIMICB 

RINGER. HARLEY IBRIDCETONl oc.tc 

CHIEF CHABGEO »ITH ASSAULT. MAKING THREATS 

ATTORNEY GENERAL IS SENT REPORT 

"'""fcu'^Nj-'ES R?NGER ASSOCIATE LA- DEAN 

RIPPY. JAMES C. MRS. (HILLSBOROUGHI 
DOURLE-LANE HIGHWAY FARTHER 

RISENKONIG. UTE (wEST GERHANVI 

RISENKOMG wI-jS SCHOLARSHIP 

BITCH, EDITH 

WOMAN SLAI;^ NEAR CONCORD 
HAN IS CHARGED IN SLAYING 

ioMAN SLAIN NEAR CONCORD 

°"'""I^MOTH£r''0F invention: MONEY CAN'T BUY DOTTY RITCHIE'S STYLE 

RITTER. PEARL 

PEARL RITTEB MONOBEO 

RIvaRO. flUGEP MAUBICE 

<,r,0 POUNDS OF COCAINE SEIZED IN N.C. 

? AORAIGNEO ON ORUG COUNTS 

JUDCE SENTENCES. FINES 2 IN COCAINE TRIAL 

Two GFT 16-YEAR TERMS IN COCAINE TRAFFICKING CASE 

sivEBS. Charles 

JOHN ATKINS TO HEAD DURHAM CHAMBER 
ChamBFR selects ATKINS 

RIVEBS. CHARLES "RS. 
FAMILY OUTING 

R IvERS. EDWARD A. 

JANET STREET man SHOT 
HAN wCUNOED AT RESIDENCE 

RIVERS. FLOSSIE FABBOw 

obituary: FLOSSIE F. RIVEBS 

RIVERS. HENRY CORNELL 

HAN DIES IN ACCIDENT 

AUTO WRECK KILLS HILLSbOROuGH HAN 

VICTIM FROM HILLSBOROUGH 

REPORT CLARIFIES TRAFFIC DEATH EVENTS 

NO EVIDENCt LINKS FATALITY TO BREAK-IN 

RIVES. CIN^Y 

SURVEY TO GAUGE aUS RIDFRShIP 

ROACH. Thomas m. 

PERSON EMPLOYS DEVELOPER 

ROBfl. Charles s. iva. lt. governor) 
°°°*vi. canoioIte sSys ni Sill talk to hunt about water supplies 

■(OSBINS. DONNIE EARL 

NEwLYWEDS PLEAD GUILTY IN ROBBERY 
ACCESSORY PLEA FNTEREO IN SLAYING OF WOMAN 

HAN PLEADS Guilty as accessory 

BOBBINS. FBEOERICK C. OR. 

NOBEL WINNER SPEAKS TODAY 

ROBBINS. ROSE GUYES 
OBITUARY 

ROBBINS. TnoTIE 

ROfiEINS "AjTS ONE MORE CHANCE TO BEAT TAR HEELS 
ECU LINEMAN IN GOLD bOWL 

ROPERSON. SA^:DY 

CHILDREN TO "BEAO ALL ABOUT IT' 

HOBEBSON. W. R. "BILL" JR. 

DURHAM GETS 11.1 HILLION IN ROAD FUNDS 



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H 2 7/17/81 A 2 N 

H 2 5/27/81 A 9 

H 2 6/lfl/Bl C If 

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S 2 7/02/Rl CI N U57 

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H 2 7/21/81 A 9 N 

S 2 7/21/81 B 6 N 

S 2 a/25/81 B 1 P N U57 

H 2 12/00/81 A 8 N 

S 2 IZ/O/Bl C 6 N 

H 2 5/02/81 B a 



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H 2 7/l'./61 A 8 



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H 2 10/18/81 E 1 P F H>,5 

H 2 7/15/81 A 7 N 



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H 2 6/01/fll A 12 

S 2 ')/15/81 A 2 

H 2 9/16/81 A 6 



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S 2 8/26/81 C 1 N S33 



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THE NCAA SrCCK EXCHANGE OPENS ITS bn«L TICKER " ^ 12/13/91 B Z L 



SOPEPSON. WILLIA'- 9. 

(iJNT MAY PICK RnilERSQN 



S J 7/08/81 C 12 



ROBFRSON NEW TRANSPORTATION CHIEf 5 2 '■'O'^g A I 

BUSINESSMAN. :x-I.ECI5LATQR INHERITS TRJUBLEO DOT H 2 {/lO/J' ' ( ,; 

RHBERSON SWORN IN AS DOT SECRETARY » | I^iHSI r i i 

CABINET SHUffLES STIR LITTLE INTEREST S 2 8/0V9 C 5 J 

SHAKEUP OF DOT SAIO IN MOTION " | 1^ K2 J ,i Z 

OEA\ HEADS SECONDARY ROADS PANEL " ? l/i?/af .2 m 

^;;fA^r^^^;u^rF%?iPssi2?>?:^^l^oSL2ti%RaJECT TOP STATE PRIORITY ^2 f/of/? K«36 

•COOKING- TOPS LANGUISHING S 2 9/05/91 A 4 6 

ROBERTS, BOBPY R. , , ,„,„a/oi r 1 N 

ROBERTS GETS PAHoLE S ^ S/?n/S B J N 

SnB='Y R. ROBERTS OUT OF PRISON H 2 0/10/8 6 9 N 

ROBERTS BUILDING NEW APARTMENTS S 2 U/O'./Bl C I N S8J 

BOeERTS. C. PAUL „ , a,,,/., , I >, r^l 

rn. lOT cyni-tf^ MnBTwuc^TFRN FRRM SIITT H 2 a/27/Rl A 6 N ij:)3 



COuRt'exCUSES northwestern from SUIT H 2 B'^^''/"' 

ntiOHiM RANK rs TO! n TO release 1100,000 h 2 12/Q2/81 



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ROEERTS, CHERYL BROWN IROLESVILLFI , „,„,,., „ , „ 

19-YEAR-OLO MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT IN R0LE5VILLE H I '/OJ/al ° ' J^ 

HAN CHARGED IN ASSAJLT IS RELEASED UNDER BONO H 2 9/OVai A 5 N 

ASSAULT CHARGES DISMISSED " 1 9/2<r/81 a 1 N 

""^^"hISTQp'c^OJRHAM: survey TURNS UP 11 OLD BUILDINGS OF INTEREST H 2 9/09/81 B 1 P N M09 

ROBERTS, EUNICE ANDERSON 1 H ILL SoOROuGH I ,„,,„,., , ,. n 

OBITUARY H 2 10/29/81 C lA 

ROBERTS, FRANK IWINOSORI ^ , ,,,,«/., , ,n u 

TWO HUNTERS ARE FEARED OHOwNEO H 2 l2/2?/aj A 20 N 

SEARCH FOR "iN RESUMES IN BERTIE H 2 12/26/9 6 5 N 

OUCK HUNTERS STILL SOUGHT H 2 12/27/81 A 19 N 

ROCERTS, HAROLD , , .,„./=,. i a u 

100 hONCR retiring firemen S 2 6/06/81 A 3 P N 

ROBERTS, HAROLD 0. , , ,,,,^,=, . , u 

POLICE CHARGE man after CHASE S 2 J|/|6/9l A 3 N 

90 MPH CHASE ENDS WITH WRECK H 2 12/26/91 B 1 P N 

"OPERTS, HAROLD R. OR. 

UNC BLOOO CENTER GETS 12.9 MILLION STUDY GRANT H 2 U/21/B1 A 13 N 

ROEERTS, hOwELL PARKS , ,,,,,„, 

OBITUARY H 2 7/31/91 A lA 

ROBERTS, JOHN 

NAACP data AVAILABLE H 2 8/01/81 A <. L 

ROBERTS, JOHN HOWARD 

TEEN-AGERS CHARGED H 2 12/22/81 A 12 N 

POLICE CHARGE THREE S 2 12/22/81 A 8 N 

ROBERTS, JOSEPH LEON 

ARMED THEFT CHARGES FILED AGAINST PAIR H 2 7/29/81 C 2 N 

ROBERTS, MILOREO MALONE ,, .„. , , 

OBITUARY H 2 9/26/91 C 2 

ROBERTS, NANCY R. 

FOUR CONSIDERED FOR VEHICLES POST H 2 11/23/91 B 1 N 

ROBERTS, NAOMI GOSS 

OBITUARY H 2 10/11/81 C 2 

ROEERTS, PRESTON DANIEL I Ml LL S60R0UGHI 

OBITUARY H 2 10/30/91 C 12 

ROBERTS, RANOY 

THIS ONE WILL LAST, YOUTHFUL COUPLE SAY H 2 5/31/91 E 2 l> f H45 

JUDGE RULES GRAHAM EXCEEDFO AUTHORITY S 2 9/11/91 A 1 N U57 

HEARING FRIDAY FOR COURT OFFICIAL S 2 9/15/81 B 1 N 

JUDGE DESERVES ANSWERS S 2 9/17/81 A 4 E 

LA6ARRE RULES AGAINST GRAHAM S 2 9/18/81 A 1 N F30 

CASE DISMISSAL ANGERS JUDGE H 2 9/19/91 C 1 N 951 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY PROBES CASE DISMISSAL S 2 9/2'./81 A 1 N U57 

CONTROVERSIAL TRAFFIC CASE RESOLVED IN SUPERIOR COURT H 2 12/17/91 A 12 N 851 

ROBERTS, RICHARD N. DR. IGREENSBOROI 

JUESTIONS ABOUT SANTA NEED CAREFUL ANSWERS H 2 12/16/81 B 2 P F 

ROBERTS, WALTER FRANKLIN 

obituary: WALTER ROBERTS H 2 5/0<i/81 B 9 

ROBERTS, wILTON 

GUNMfcN aOP MANAGER AT HOME S 2 5/11/81 C I N 

GAS STATION MANAGER ROBBED H 2 5/12/81 A 9 N 

MEN REPORT ASSAULT S 2 7/04/91 A 3 N 

ARMED BOBBERS TAKE "AMK DEPOSIT S 2 7/07/81 A 3 N 

MAN CHARGED IN THEFT FROM STATION MANAGER H 2 8/19/91 6 1 N 

GRACE CHARGED IN ROBBERY S 2 3/18/81 A 3 N 

ROBERTSON, CLIFF 

•BRAINSTORM- CREw WRAPS UP MONTH IN NORTH CAROLINA H 2 10/29/91 A 1 P N H66 

•BRAINSTORM- COMPLETION MElD POSSIBLE H 2 12/06/81 A 1 N 

ROBERTSON, HORACE P. 

LIBRARY, LAW SCHOOL TIE eALLOON FLOATED H 2 12/18/81 C 1 N H2<. 

ROPERTSON, ISABELLE 3. 

BOARD APPROVES PARKING LEASES S 2 6/09/91 B 1 N 008 

ROBERTSON, JEANNE SWANMER 

SPEAKERS GROUP HONORS TAR HEEL H 1 B/21/81 6 1 P N 

RO?tflTSCN, JUDITH 

FIGhT FOR EQUALITY ONGOING S 2 8/26/81 A 4 L 

ROBERTSON, PAUL H. 

TRIAL TO DECIDE 4300,000 DISPUTE S 2 11/09/91 C 1 N 

ROBERTSON, SHIRLEY 

FINE FABRIC H 2 5/17/91 4 /• £ 

RO6ERTS0N, TCNY 

LOUISFURG AWAITS CALL ON BONDS H 1 5/02/81 6 1 N 

ROBERTSON, w. DAVENPORT 



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■iIEMS TO A2n ronlCaLOGY WORK 

3GH«4SON. °£'l ICHaPEL HILLI 

O^IIJAKY 

°°^'''^?S5lSl?ED'cO"PfTinK BUILDS TIG£« GYMNASTICS 

'°^"*^2?;-?2"0EPUT,ES CLEARED 

ROBINSON, EARL LEE 
OBITUARY 

'""'^gaUs05''0N":uIH£.AN"?AHILY bOARO ^^ 

hInoicappeo persons being used as pa^ns 

"""ISdlNSON'flRES RECORD b*. , BREEZES TO MEMORIAL TITLE 

;^?.i^l°Li;Er?SS'E5ESGE prom *«EA GOLE-S big poor 

MEMORIAL LIFT', kOlINSON'S CONPiOEMCE 

.-.ITT. RGSINSON REACH EINALS t>t, c 

"ail ISON'S PjTTINS SINKS UHITT PQR TITLE 

JEEP "OaiNSON AT HILLANDALE IPHOTOI 

ROalNSON RIDES PUTTER TO VICTORY 

„?S TITLE FINISHES ROBINSON-S CLIMB 

ROBINSON, l\\l\ SUB-PAR CRE- IN QUALIFYING 

MpJoRliL LIFTS R01INS0N-S CONFIDENCE 

«^^'"!2ipE(;'":L"lTig?S¥1So?D'TO GET SHOTS 
"^'"l^EROy'-rSbInSON SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR SOUTHERN HIGH 
ROBINSON. ^VANCY^OR.^CSEATTLEl^ CENTER. HUNT SAYS 

ROBINSON, PR6ZELL 

ROBINSON DECLINES ESC JOd 

UNC hlNORS HILL. THREE OTHERS 

FOUR RECEIVE UNC'S UNIVERSITY AHAPO 

,OPINSON,^ROSCO|^R. mke;; or.^^^^ ho:pital panel 
3 JOIN hospital advisory board 

ROChE, ANN MARIE 

COURT UPHOLDS DEATH PENALTY 

ROCKEFELLER. LAuRANCE S. 

STYRON WILL ADDRESS DUKE'S GRADUATION 

aonENHlZFR.^^ARRY^^^ PRESSURE EYED AT LYNNHAVEN 
IN HONOR OF MAMA 

Min ASKfn TD YAMK OK FOR APTS. 

SeZONING RID f5p office COMPLEX IS WITHDRAWN 
THEIR FIRST SALE 
HELP SOUGHT ON EXPRESSWAY 

S'aISS SEe5s FeSfrAl'SeLP ON EXPRESSWAY EXTENSION 
"friEY-5E GOING TO GET ME.' SAID THE GREEK; 50 THEY DID 
MAYOR TO OUST PLEDGER AS HEAD OF COUNCIL PANEL 

'RO°SEJiI!lR'sU's"c^;S?'i;:SS!t?[iS^lEASON for CHANGES 

PLECGER REMOVED OVER • 1 FF £R E'ICE S ' 

CUT IN GRANT IS THREATENED OVER »fT. PLAN 

CITY MUST OK LYNNHAVEN TO GET BLOCK uRANT FUNDS 

SOME FRICTION IS NATURAL 

MAYOR SERVES EVERYONE 

ANDREWS FIGHTS MOVE BY ARO 

CIUN " - -- -.. 

C3UN 

6PA"pPROV£s"»'l"^.'3■MI'LLIdN''FaR"5ewER PLANT 

•MI5UN0ERSTANO1NG' CLOUDS LYNNHAVEN 

MAYOR CANCELS FUNDING-CUT MEET 

COLNCIL'S MEETING OPEN. SHUT MATTER 

HUO CONFIRMS DEAL TO RELAX GRANT PROVISO 

HOUSING ANSWER TOMORROW 

GRANT FATE UNKNOWN 

HUO ANSWER AWAITED STILL 

SITE CHANGE REC'JIPES OK 

HUO MAY ALLOW ALTERNATE LYNNHAVEN SITE 

MAYOR DISLIKES APPROVAL OF HOUSING PROJECTS 

STRUGGLE SEEN FOR CONTROL OF COUNCIL 

NIxON LIBRARY VIEWED AS ASSET 

CORRECTION 

SPAULOING ENTERS COUNCIL RACE ^,,,„„, 

FIELD REMAINS SMALL IN DURHAM ELECTIONS 

3 CAN0IDAT6S FILE; PRIMARY IS SET UP .^, 

LAST-OAY FILINGS isSURE MORE COUNCIL PRIMARIES 

CANDIDATE MAY HAvE CONFLICT 

MAYOR ATTENDS WHITE HOUSE 00 

ARMY ENDS SEARCH FOR DOWNTOWN SPACE 

FIRST SALE ,, „ , 

CANDIDATES WEEDING SELVES OUT 

c'guVuSi^'-JiAirSS i^A^iS^FOR DELAY OF ANNEXATION VOTE 

JENKINS' TREASURER MISSES FILING DEADLINE 

LYNNHAVEN GETS EXTENSION 

CANDIDATES: SERVICES EXTENSION BOON TO CITY 

CITY CANDIDATES OPPOSE REGULATING CONVERSIONS 

CANDIDATES: CHANGES NEEDED IN CITY'S TAX BASE 

CANDIDATES IN TUESDAY'S PRIMARY GIvE VIEwS ON ISSUES 

PLEASE RE-ELECT HARRY 

MAYOR SFCONO IN VOTE COUNT ...nu. ti.v 

CLOUO «aTChERS OUTNUMBER POLL WATCHERS ON 'SLOW' DAY 

MARKHAM SAYS PRIMARY WIN SHOWS WIDESPREAD SUPPORT 

MAYOR URGES FUNDING TO IMPROVE DOWNTOWN 

CANDIDATES SPAK OVER DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES 

GROUP ENDORSES 5 CITY CANDIDATES 

LET'S GIVE HARRY A HANOI 

MEET THE CANDIDATES - I: THE ""^JOR'S RACE 

ROOENHIZER. MARKHAM VARY ON ANNEXATION ISSUE 

CAMPAIGN FORCES START MANEUVERS 

ROOENHUER, MARKHAM CLASH AT FORUM 

WANT TO Iflloc-' Two YEARS^OF MY T^-E^FgRJJ MIN. 



ANDREWS FIGHTS MOVE BY AKU 

COUNCIL PLANS TO DECIDE ON LYNNHAVEN JULY 30 

C3UNC LMEN LASH HOUSING AGENCY, TAKE NO ACTION 

ANNEXATION PLAN MAY BEGIN AGGRESSIVE GROWTH POLICY 



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RELIGIOUS GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES IN ■. RACES 



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^cf 5 r ic nJoSv J Htwn; M 2 11/01/91 B ' A 

t i ," S^NC " aJdiSa?es face the issuES^^^ ,,^^ „, „„ " I }}/o>/«} g > ? : 

?nnS'^nJ?^ RESULTS 5 , ,,/oi,/fll C 1 P -66 

S2RS»'iS'r.5s CITIZENS -EKE UNHAPPY ^ ^^^^^, S ? li^g^^Sl J i ? ? 5?2 

AND THE 1.INNE9. «ITH 65.1 PER CENT. . . ICaPTOONI H ? 11/06/8 A 4 I T R56 

SLOGANS SPICE UP DURHAM CITY ELECTIONS S J 1/06/8 C ' ^ 5^° 

EXPRESSWAY ISSUE ENDS HERE ICARTOONI " | ff<?J;2f 2 t n I] 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: BULLISH ON buLLS? " 2 /!a/Si i 1 P N 551 

MAYOR EYES RETURNING TO BUSINESS ,, ,, 2 ? Ij/ll/ol p i n f F?B 

HEALTH, A VACATION, NO TIES: A SURVEY OF HOLIDAY KIShES H 2 li/2<./91 B 10 F FTS 



ROGERS, DO>l«VIE 
OBITUARY 



ROGERS: CONVERSION IS ISSUE THAT MUST BE FACED 
CONOCMINIU'1 CONVERSION RAISFS QUESTIONS 



HOUSING AUTHjRITY ends FUNDING FjR TENANT STEERING COMMITTEE 



ROGERS. STscfy 

flBINGS HOME IhE gold 



REVELATION "ATM 



RODMAN, HYMAN OR. ,, ,„ lj ■> a/j-r/at CAM 

TmEY care for TmE"SELUES while THEIR PARENTS WORK H 2 9/27/81 ESN 

RODRIGUEZ, RObERT , - „. ^ -, c/m/ni c 5 p p 

CHANCE MEETING: THEY MET IN FLORIDA, DATED AT ELON H 2 5/03/81 E 2 P F 

"°"°^^ItS"J? H 2 12/09/81 B 9 



2 9/25/81 A 16 



ROGERS, LARRY ll/jg/m r 

•The city OF meiicINE' " ^ 11/29/81 L 

°^ ' "In.-.FR?: rnNVFBSION IS ISSUE THAT MUST BE FACED S 2 9/10/81 C 



S 2 9/23/91 A 4 P J 



'"'^'"obituary ■'• " 2 9/07/91 B 10 

'"'■^"uA.K'.'r. AUTHIBITY FNTlS FUNDING FjR TENANT STEERING COMMITTEE S 2 |^29/81 A ^1 N 054 



2 TENANTS SEEK SEATS ON BOARD " ^ S/nJ/Sf 

2 PUBLIC MOUSING TENANTS SEEK SEATS S 2 a/05/'Jl 

ROGERS, RALPH P. JR. , i/,,/,, . in 

WHOLESALE ORuG FIRM SETS RECORD >* ' 5/21/81 A 10 

ROGERS, RANOY i:>/5i/oi n 7 

aULL DURHAM A REAL CLASSIC S 2 12/23/81 D 2 



S 2 8/13/81 A 1 3 P P 
5/15/81 A 4 L 



ROGERS, V. C. 

CARTOON COMPLIMENT - ,,,.,o, , ^ , 

CARTOON A SLAP IN FACE H | i/iSolf ? ? , 

HUMAN LIFE BILL A SAD COMMdNI ON VALUES H 2 7/28/81 A 4 L 

CARTOON NOT UN0ER5T AND A»LE " I ''St^li f 7 t 

EDITORIAL PAGE SHOULD QUIT PAITING HUNT H 2 10/06/81 A 4 E 
CARTOONIST KUDOS 



H 2 10/17/81 A 4 L 
2 12/24/81 A 4 L 



195i;..lcARTOONSl H 2 12/27/81 1 T T R56 

""""hIke'sICNAlS DEREGULATION 5 2 9/29/81 C 1 N S93 

ALL SAVERS' YIELD DROPS. SALES HOLD STEADY S 2 11/27/91 C I N S83 

ROGERS, WILLIE 12E8ULON1 ^ , .,,,,., . , „ 

MAN IS Charged in shooting " i 5/22/91 B i n 

RGhE, WILLIAM ICHAPEL HILLI , , , ,„,,.,., . , „ „,, 

NON-TF.UREO WOMEN FACULTY AT UNC CITE LACK OF SUPPORT S 1 10/16/81 A 1 N M23 

ONE SOURCE nuOHAH'S « A TER- SUPPL Y PROBLEM S 2 5/07/91 CI N JIJ 

DURHAM WATER USAGE MAY SOON EQUAL SUPPLY S 2 8/11/91 b 1 N K90 

ROLLINs'rETIRINC FHOM NEWSPAPER H 2 12/05/81 A 1 P N 

HERALO CO. HEAD TO RETIRE DEC. 31 S 2 12/05/81 A 1 P N 

ROLLINS, EOWARO BjPL , „,,,,o. . ,„ 

OeiTUARY H 2 8/27/91 A 19 

ROLLINS, J. 0. IJOHNSTON COUNTY) „,„,,., „ , 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS "SLAVERY' CONVICTIONS H 2 9/01/91 B 4 N 

ROLLINS, MARGARET 

ROLLINS TO GET NEW POSITION S 2 5/26/81 8 1 N 

CITY Clerk to take administrative job h 2 5/2a/ai a 7 n 

CITY TO advertise POST S 2 7/02/8} A 7 N 

NORPY IS APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF CITY'S NFW PLANNING DEPT. H 2 7/14/81 A 1 N 

NEW DIRECTOR STRESSES ORGANUAIION S 2 7/14/81 B 1 N K90 

CLERK APPLICAlIaNS NUMEROUS S 2 7/25/91 A 3 N K90 

200 APPLY Fn« CITY CLERK'S POSITION S 2 9/22/81 A 3 N K90 

200 APE SEEKING CITY CLERK'S JOB H 2 8/23/81 C I N 

CITY COUNCIL APPOINTS NEW CLERK H 2 10/06/81 B I N S51 

ROLLINS, STEED 

ROLLINS IS RE-ELECTED H 2 10/25/81 C 1 N 

ROLLINS IS RE-ELECTED S 2 10/26/91 C IN 

ROLLINS RETIRING FROM NEWSPAPER H 2 12/05/81 A I P N 

HERALO CO. HEAD TO RETIRE DEC. 31 S 2 12/05/91 A 1 P N 

ROLLINS, THOMAS GASTON JR. 

OBITUARY H 2 12/31/81 C 9 

ROMANO, JEFF 

BLUE DEVIL IN HIGH GEAR H 2 10/19/81 B 2 P P S76 

ROUES, CHARLES , ,„. 

ROHES HAS BUILT HIS NFL CAREER ON SEVEN GAMES H 2 9/27/81 B 2 P F S91 

RONET, ANNIE ISLEY (GRAHAMI 

OBITUARY: ANNIE RONEY H 2 5/05/91 C t 

ROOK, JOHN WILLIAM 

COURT UPHOLDS DEATH PENALTY H 2 11/04/81 All N 

R00K6, LEON 

LITERARY LANTERN: FIRST NOVEL S 2 5/30/81 A 20 R 

MAGIC - THAT'S WHAT YOU NEED FOR GREAT WRITING H 2 7/13/81 8 1 U S36 

ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN 0., PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY ' 

PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES ATTRACTIVE TO TOURISTS H 2 9/03/81 A 1 N f79 

ROSE, PILLY 

N.C. OOT CANCELS CONTRACT LETTING H 2 6/03/81 A 1 N 



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'"""gJrE'VjjR'sAS's-MAJOR OIL DEPOSITS LIKELY IN EAST AFRICA 
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""""^II^a'; ?2n^"[s^0lS-T0 RELEASE MOO. 000 

ROSENSTEIN. WILMA 

DURHAM SANK IS 

ROSENTHAL. NAOMI BABKOFF 
OBITUARY 

OOSENZWEIG. EFRAlM M. 

CARTOON NOT UNDERSTANDABLE 

"°^^'C0UNCIL DEBATES MOUSING VIOLATION 

ROSS. BESSIE U. 
OBITUARY 

ROSS. CALVIN EARL 
OBI TUARY 

ROSS. DOLLY ANN ,„^^ 

obituary: DOLLY ANN ROSS 

"°"'oSSg*EFF£CTIVE on complication of PARKINSON'S 
DRUG TREATING COMPLICATIONS OF PARKINSON'S 

RCSS. FRANCES 

RAISE SOUGHT FOR NURSES 

ROSS. HALLIE ROOSEVELT 
OBITUARY 

ROSS. LLCYD MATTHEW ICONCOPDI 

POLICE SAY MAN DIED IN SMOQTOUT 

ROSS. NEWBA "BILLY" 

CONFUSION REIGNED AS 

ROSS. PATRICK 0. 
OBITUARY 

ROSS. TERRY WAYNE 

WANTED MAN IS ARRESTED 
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ROSS. WILLIAM 

OBITUARY: WILLIAM ROSS 

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SCOREKEEPER. WRITERS 



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"°"*-A^?SSs'fElgSiNG TO PULL PUNCHES 
»°'"-.?iE'S;:E'';N^?GHTLY BEAST. 

"°''"b;CKe5s'-0F CHAPEL HILL BANK HOPE TO GET CHARTER JULY 22 
''°"'"'rMa''DURHAH STORES UILL CLOSE SATURDAY 
"""^'loSiS'^?; -RECK HOSPITALUED,^^^, 

POLICE Charge man after accident 

"°""io"vrOLA?;ON SEEN IN CASE 

"""^^JpR'ALn'M^NAGING EDITOR ELECTED DAILIES' OFFICER 
SCHOOLS' IIAGE SEEN AS HARMFUL 
HERALP SHOULD PLAY UP GOOD SCHOOL NEWS 

ROUSEf MARGARET A. 
FINE CONCERT 

"°""!t^fHIN"0ESIGNED TO PLOCK NERVE GAS 

ROWE. P. T. (FRANKLIN CO.! 
BOARD RE-ELECTS ROME 

ROWE, ChaklES IFRAHKLINl 

HOSPITAL NA^ES ADMINISTRATOR 

"°''^'sPe"'up''Iga1NST TAX GIVEAWAYS 

0'»t. THOMAS D. JR. 
PROPER ACTION 

RO"L«NO. JACK 
OBITUARY 

ROWLAND. THOMAS F. (PERSON CO. I 

APPEALS COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL 

g nwi F ^ < ANN 

ARTISTS SHOW SIGNS OF FATIGUE 

"°"lgSlgn?P^^2'^J T.l CS^e"university press 

ROXBOROUGH.^-.LDRED^BOND ^ BIGGER HOLE 

BLACK WOMEN CAN HELP ORGANIZATIONS 

"""^'iuSEUM'S BEARS. COUGAR TO BE MOVED .__,,_ 
MUSEU- ANIMALS BACK IN A FAMILIAR HABITAT 

"^^"■^jB"N'rMirDl'i^CTO»S, PROMOTIONS'^ ^„ 
NOMINATIONS MADF FOR MERCHANTS BOARD 
ASSOCIATION TABS OFFICERS 
MERCHANTS ELECT HOYALL 

ROYALL, KENNETH JR. 

dUTNER CENTER MAY BE SAVED 

£l^Il^?JRl"5^^PEgpL^^^"".'^c^L of gas tax 

^tE^bIc?3 V.'r.lll^%'n\'h'T.'\'U<>y IN INDUSTRY 

"G2r'Tii:°?L0SE'vGTrsE£N iK Ie^aTE AS PLAN CLEARS FIRST HURDLE 
SEVERAL ROAD TAX PLANS EXAMINED 
^J^^^SN^'rE^Y^IIsirs'^ivIDING DELEGATION 

ROYALL, SPAULDING AT ODDS AGAIN 

COMPROMISE PLAN PUTS DURHAM IN ".TH DISTBICT 

LEAF TAX PROPOSAL ASSAILED BY GROUP „,^„„ 

SINCE WHEN IS IT WRONG TO CONSULT THE VOTERS? 

CARROT AND STICK USED ON GAS TAX ISSUE 

REDISTJICTING: LEGISLATORS READY TO SETTLE ISSUE 

PANEL BOOSTS BOYALL'S PLAN 

HEALTH MONITORING PLAN MAY BE DEAD 

T(hE map scrap 

REDISTRICTING PLAN WINS SENATE OK 

DID 'HIT MAN- WRITE EDITORIAL'' 

COMPROMISE SEEN ON GAS TAX 

ROYALL EXPECTS NO NEW TAX BILLS „,,-„,^^ 

DURHAM DELEGATION BACKS TRIANGLE DISTRICT 

ROYALL SETS B.C. VISIT 

LEGISLATORS DELAY CHANGING LAW 

GREEN DEDICATED PUBLIC SERVANT ,„^^. 

ROYALL SIGNS LETTFR BACKING JIMMY GREEN 

FORTUNES OF POLITICS 

RALE?GH°^RAP-l'p["Haw YOUR LEGISLATORS VOTED ON THE ISSUES 

AFTER ROYALL WEIGHS IN, SENATORS STEP IN LINE 

ROYALL TO STAY ON CAMP PANEL 

ROYaCl, PULLEY SEE NOTHING WRONG IN TABS BEING PAID 

ROYALL REAPPOINTED 



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H 2 9/l<./Sl B 1 U 536 

H 2 10/09/.!! II N 

H 2 12/1T/91 A <. E 

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H I 10/29/81 B 1 N 

H 2 10/26/91 A 4 L 

H 2 12/25/81 A <. L 

H 2 lO/29/m C H 

H 1 11/07/81 B 1 N 

H 2 6/12/81 12 U 068 



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H 2 5/21/81 fl 1 N M51 

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ROf«LL, HUNT DIFfER ON MAIN ISSUES 
ROYALL SAYS PFGULATIQNS ON C JR S SH 
SpIrITEO BATTLE ON SPIRITS 



HOULO APPLY TO COUNCIL OF STATE 



E ACT 

MONEY 



!s1t°c'once'r5;J';ecisl.tors -on-t act on liquor tax 

SEN. ROYACL on target 
HUNT GIVES UP ON LIOyOR TAX 
arfii<ATTnNS MAOF GVER COASTAL ACT 
H^NTsIis HE SOUGHT ACTION TO PRESERV 
SeS.TORROYalL BIGHT: NO MORE HIGHWAY 
THE LFGISLaTUBE-S TIME HARP 
PROTECTING OU" COAST 
KEEP AN OPEN MIND 

II';ef"sESSIOn''pC?s'pOWER in BACK "OOM ,„„ 
^Si^L FORESEES NE- REDISTRICTING SESSION 

52IchSA?s'SoI2LrC^NTROLS CEGISL.TURE 
N.C. REDISTRICTING PLANS REJECTED 

J5?Af['HrAOs'N2TIONAL ORGANIZATION 

SoyaCI: begins council tfrm 

onvAtl APPOINTED TO PANEL 

IgJStt Igp3f^?Ea'rHi2o"il^{?L HEALTH COMMISSION 

"'"■siNGUrGROUP-'&riT THIS PAIR TOGETHER. wEO 

ROYCOOFT. WORTH PACLEY 
OPIIUARY 

'"'^•pmIItE ownership of HOSPITALS STMS OEPATc IN N.C. 
•HOSPITAL tCONQMICS WORK IN REVERSE" 

ROYER. GRACE MOYER 
OBITUARY 

ROYkO. MIkF ,^„,co^ 

WHEN COPS GO bERSERK. • - 

ROYSTEP. ARTHUR T, 

San wOunOED at RESIOENCF 

""TtE.Df'^St'^FOR seven years, they tie the KNOT 

""'^'SSoGE^SSuES ORDER TO CLOSE NIGHTCLUB 

"°"^?fAfrSJFl^^'''Jtci^'RES;^b^' 

"""'tjill^l VGrUonVi"llu'l,'illr,li''l\L. HONOR FRANCES GRAY PATTON 

RuPISh. "IKE 

FOLKS AROUND 



(ERE: WITH THE DRAGNET SET 



""°°'ruOO^S%uTuRE as 3ALLPLAYER HINGES ON -91 
RUDO TRADED TO ORIOLES ORGANIZA.ION 
TRADE GOOD MOVE FOR RUDD. BRAVES .,,,,<■ 

TRADE OF RONNIE RUOO HELPS 3RAVES. HURTS BULLS 
BRAVES ACQUIRE MR. VERSATILITY tTi,.K,rc. 

PLAYING AGAINST EX-TEAMMATES -KINO OF STRANGE' 
RUDD RETURNS 
PATTERSON MASTERS METS 

RUDDER. ANDREW JACKSON "JACK" 
OBITUARY 



"""'JtRGINu'ioOLF AND HER ELOOMSBURY FRIENDS SCHEDULED FOR LIBRARY VISIT 



RUfF, S. DOUGLAS (CHAPEL HILL) 

TWO MORE ENTER CHAPEL HILL RACE 

SU«PRlSE"c"oiSiTEs"Fi;E AS BOOKS CLOSE IN ORANGE 

slgher taxes key to chapel hill elections 

"'^'''''cIbrot and stick used on gas tax issue 
ruff in speaks at nccu 
ruff in challenges nccu students 

BOARD MAY LET RESIDENT VOTE crcnor 

Slack groups stepping up political effort 

''""^'aSchiOes''muST agree to NIXON LIBRARY 

rumley. Curtis marion 

OeiTUART 
RllP FR T • I AD 

lIsT N.C. execution was 20 YEARS AGO 

N.C. has high rate OF imprisonment 

RUShTON, ROBERT (GRAY. GA.l 

FORMER JAYCEES' TRIAL MOVED 

"""'iUo'oEilER'cHARGED wITH FAKING MILEAGE^ 
DURHAM DEALERS GUILTY IN MILEAGE ROLLBACK 

RUSSELL. 1"A EUGENE 

obituary: IRA E. RUSSELL 

RUSSELL. lEROY (Chapel HILLI 

CHAPEL HILL MAN HELD IN FATAL SHOOTING 
OBITUARY 

RUSSELL. MARK 

PASSING PA<AJE 

RUSSELL. MATTIE 



DATE 

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8/21/81 
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10/01/91 
10/03/91 
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10/08/81 
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10/12/91 
10/12/91 
10/20/91 
10/25/91 
11/01/81 
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H 2 5/03/91 D 
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"^"'icCESSoSY'piE2'EN?EREO IN SL.YING OF WO«AN 
i.N PLEADS cSlLTY AS ACCESSORY 

'""^^to TolV,l'^?fkhx PRESSEO 

""'"•/iS::;!!!. ^^.'.^e^Its .n chapter 

RUTHERFORD. JOHNNY ,To.iruT 

«ALTR1P SEEKS FOURTH STRAIGHT 

"""^'sAiFSSb-S OFFER ON LIBRARY SURPRISED NIXON, AIDE SAYS 

RYALS. CASEY LEIGH 
OBITUARY 

PYALS* JONATHAN ALLEN 
OBITUARY 

"'"'JS^lESfJ^Y'skfAAs^TO 6E HONORED ^^„^^„ 
7 PHYSICIANS. FDRHER SOLON TO BE HONORED 

SAEOL, A. P. 1 YOUNGSVILLE I 
PTPULATIuM SHIFTING 
ALL OF US in =ILAME FOR KOKOHO 

SAOaTj^aN.AR^^ PYKAMIO OF ANWAR SAOAT: (CARTOONI 
ANDREWS CITES LOSS 
A REPORTER 6d-EHBERS THE HAN 
WORLD SHARES EGYPT'S SORROW 

WORLD AGAIN RECOILS AS ASSASSINS STRIKE 
SAM TO PAY PEN PAL LAST RESPECTS 
FAMOUS WASHINGTON «e«OR I AL 5 IC AR TOON I 
nnwF OF PEACE IN waRTORN desert ICARTOONl 
SiOLeScEhJs TAKEN HEAVY TOLL THIS YEAR 
FROM A SINGLE ACT... 
AMERICA LOSES A FRIEND 

"''■"slo^lJ'JIcEivES NAACP AWARD 
""■ETj^«ENNcTH^OARRtLL^(H,GH^POINT,^^^^^_^^ 

^*""pR^Erc'SNfi.,iUG"%i;f^'V?!pLE SLAYTNGS 

3?J!^^i|:'?H?rSK"N''A"piSE^T^Y"Ni^"AwAKENED DURING SLAYINf.S 
INVESTIGATORS SEEK HAN IN TRIPLE SLAYINGS 
CAMP LEJEUNE MOOD TENSE AFTER SLAYINGS 
PROBE CONTINUES IN LEJEUNE JLAYINGS 
OFFICIALS SURE 3 SLAYINGS WILL BE SOLVED 

^*'"lO HCiIl developers MAKE INQUIRIES ABOUT DURHAM 
ioTEC-CIViC CENTER PACKAGING SAIO CLOSER 
EDITED REPORT DUE IN 3 WEEKS 

EDITED STUDY OF HOTEL TO BE RELEASED JULY 23 
BACK ON THE FRONT BURNER „,.,.,,„ 
15 DEVELOPERS' NAMES NOT RELEASED 
CONFUSION MARKS NAME OF GO*^ Jg-lf) "5^ I ' ,^, ,, 
h"..li':,'iniAlV'^C I^Si^I^M2N^?2IiKf00WNT0WN CONCERN 

SAKHAROV.^ANOREI^ SAKHAROVS SHOWS SOVIET INHUMANITY 
"'■"pJoBLeS'^IS INVISIBLE BUT STILL IT'S DISABLING 

'''■^"iime'ripe for'recovery to start 

'"■'"cRITICrPROBE 'SOUTHERN LITERATURE' 
"'-'-''bEnS^TT.S.INJURY PUTS SALLY IN STARTING ROLf 



sSll5 AGilN GiOen STiRTINC NOO OVER AILING BENNETT 

SALLY RALLIES OEVILS PAST CAVALIcRS. 29-2'. 

lltLY'S PLAY ANSWERS ONE QUESTION. ASKS ANOTHER 

BLUE DEVILS FIND WINNING FORMULA 

OUKE NOT SETTLED ON QUARTERBACKS FOR ECU CONTEST 

TAR HEELS JVS EDGE L I B ER T Y BAP T I ST 

OUARTERPACK QUESTION PUZZLcS BLUE DEVILS 



SALLY TO START HOME OPENER AGAINST ECU 

SALLY TO START FOR OEVILS 

SALLY KEEPING OEVILS LOOSE 

Oukf mixes ATTACK. BEATS ECU, 2'.-l'. 

BLUE OEVILS RUN WILD 

^S'siCA"L"BS-/sALLY''GS?bES DUKE TO MILESTONE VICTORY 

"'■^'llNlNT'si's HER APT. UNFIT, SUES LANOLORO 
OFFICIALS RULE OUT HOUSING VIOLATION 
TOWN SUED OVER APARTMENT 
ENFORCE CODE. JUDGE TELLS HILLSBOROUGH 
RULING DELAYED IN HILLSBOROUGH INSPECTION CASE 
2 VIOLATIONS ARE FOUND 
HOUSING CODE TO BE AIRED 

SALTER, ELIZABETH LOUISE 

COUPLE ELUDES DRAGNET BY FBI 

SALTER. THOMAS JEFFERSON „„,.„ 

OFFICIALS WARNED OF POSSIBLE JAlLBREAK 
COUPLE ELUDES DRAGNET BY FBI 

^*'''''pbL'«Nn?*?SAEEL SAMFIELO STUDIES ITS LANGUAGE, MUSIC 

SAMFIELO, '*AX 

A LESSON FROM MENACHEM BEGIN 

SAMPSON, HENDERSON 















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""""lL"!HSr''Sf 3uS0KiE:^^"?EAMEn, SA.PSON E.Sr EREA« THE MEDIA SKEPTICS 
SAMPSON LEADS PBESEASON PICKS 
SAMPSON'S FINr.ER BROKEN 
HOLLAND: SAMPSON nOUBTFUL FOR OLJKE 
GOOD NEKS FOR THE HDOS. AND CHARLOTTESVILLE 

SAMUEL* JAMES 

RETIRING POLICEMEN 

SA^CHE^I EDUARDO jnSE 

REPRESSION IN EL SALVADOR 

SAT-CHE? - VILELLA, ROBFRTD 

Pi'cSin BICAN SET FOR PANEL 
EX-GOVERNOR JF PUERTO RICO WILL SPEAK 

^""°"u6oRN''ipP01'<IS OVE TO DIRECTOR'S POSITION 

SANDERS. COLONEL 

FOLKS AROUND HERE 

SANDERS. JOHN ICHAPEL HILLI 
SANDERS hINS Cup 

''''^'Ik^VET.lLPllV.lVu MAN IN TEEN'S SLAVING 

^'""'"STlTE^'i'NSUkANCE OEPT. TAKING NO ACTION AGAINST AUTO CLUB 

SANDOVAL. DON PREGNANT WOMEN OUT L OOK ING 

SANDOVAL IS FELLOW IN HOSPITAL GROUP 

SANDS. 5n6«V 

a FANATIC STARVrS ,„^ . 

NORThFRN IRELAND ICARTOflN) 

'""ii'jSIC:L'sH5pl:"aSsiNESSES HOVE IN AND OUT OF W. FRANKLIN STOREFRONTS 

^"^^5%rf'A%"R%^T?S"A°rD0G FIGHT 

SANFOBD, ROBERT STALEy 

OBITUARY: ROBERT STALEY SANFORO 

SANFOaO. JERRY^JR.^^^ 5 ANFORD-H AMNER DEVELOPMENT GROUP 
2ND HISTORIC 5RFA PLANNED 

BRIGHTLEaF adds Two TENANTS ^,^„«^ 

POSSIBLE DURHAM BOOM INTERESTS BANKS, INVESTORS 
DURHAM MAY GET ?ND HISTORIC SITE 
BOARD APPROVES PARKING LEASES 
MALL BUILDING IN DURHAM 

BRIGHTLEAF NEARS OCCUPANCY , „„ ^ 

DURHAM BREAKFAST CUSTOM ENDS SATURDAY 

SANFORO. TERRY SR. 

SANFORO RE-ElECTEO TO ITT ,,„„. 

DUKE. UNION NEGOTIATORS REACH ACCORD 
ALL-AMERICAN CITY GETS SANFORO "USH 
NIXON LIBRARY DRAWS FOES 
REACTION TO NIXON LlaRARY UNCLEAR 
TRUSTEES MAY GET NIXON ISSUE NEXT WEEK 

SANFORO AGREEs'to DELAY ACTION ON NIXON LIBRARY 

DUKE "DELAYS LIBRARY DECISION 

DUkE-NIXCN verdict SEPT. <, 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THINGS YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN 

DUKE TRUSTEF, STYRON OPPOSE NIXON LIBRARY 

PYE TURNS BACK LIBRARY SUGGESTION , „ , 

STYRON. MURPHY OPPOSE NIXON LIBRARY AT DUKE 

A HOME FOR THE NIXON PAPERS 

SANFORO WINS CUNANT AWARD 

SANFORO RECE IVES AWARD 

NIXON LIBRARY VIEWED AS ASSET 

NIXPN LIBRARY FOES SPARK FACULTY MEET .,„„.„„ 

OUKf FACULTY -E-bERS SPFAK ON PR3P0SE0 NIXON LIBRARY 

SOME OUESriONS UNANSWERED ON NIXJN LIBRARY 

MODEL PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY NOW 1^1 PLACE 

ACADEMIC COUNCIL NIXES LIBRARY 35-3<. 

UNIVERSITY SHOULD ACCEPT NIXON LIBRARY 

A DISGRACE TO DUKE 

SANFORD RECEPTION 

HH^LESo^Gliir^I^irLlkJ^jYToI^E^KUSTEES UNIT SUPPORTS "OPOSAL 9-2 

DUKE TRUSTEES VOTE ThEIR APPROVAL TO BEGIN NIXON LIBRARY NEGOTIATIONS 

NIXON FLAP NO' AT TOP OF STUDENT CONCERNS 

A FLIMSY INSINUATION 

OLIVE BRANCH EXTENDED: OUK E COUNCIL ' AGENDA ' ASKED 

DURE FACULTY STILL AGAINST ANY MEMORIAL TO NIXON 

DUKE'S TORCHBEARERS LIGHT THE WAY 

NO-CONFIDENCE VOTE SOUGHT 

PROFESSOR CRITICIZES SANFORD 

BARBER CRITICIiFS PICTURE IN hERALO 

ANTI-SANFORH MCVE VIEWED AS wE AK 

PERSPECTIVE LACKING IN NIXON LIBRARY FUROR 

DOUBLE STANDARDS AMONG THE ACADEMICS 

SANFGRD'S TACTICS RILE SOME ON DUKE FACULTY 

library: SANFORO I ON ' T PLAY FAIR 

DUKE ALUMNI BACK SANFORD ON NIXON ISSUE 

DUKE ALUMNI GIVE SANFORD YES VOTE 

SANFORD'S JFFEr'cn LIBRARY SURPRISED NIXON. AIDE SAYS 

SANFORO ACCEPTS FOUR MORE YEARS , ^„ ,„,„,..„.<■ 

STUDENT GROUP SAYS DUKE CAN INC»EASF ALUMNI CONTRIBUTIONS 

DUKE PLANS ARTS. SCIENCE FUND DRIVE 

•IMPEACH NIXON LIBRARY,' PROTESTERS CRY 

DUKE BOARD URGED TO CONSULT FACULTY 

DUKE HOTEL PROFITS MAY HELP PERKINS LIBRARY 

SANFORD SERVES WELL , , ,,„ , 

PARTIFS URGED TO UNBIND DELEGATES AT CONVENTIONS 

REFORMING NOMINATION SYSTEM AN URGENT TASK 

SANFORO TAKES LONG VIEW 

TEER FAMILY GIVES DUKE «1.5 MILLION 

TEER FAMILY TO GIVE 11.5 MILLION TO DUKE SCHOOL 

SANFUPD NOT 'The BOSS' 

DUKE FACULTY STUOY RAPS ADMINISTRATION 

DUKE COUNCIL DELAYS NixON CONSULTATION REPORT 

HR. HUNT'S RECORD 



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STONt-TH»nwINC MUSTS OUKEi DU«H»M „ .,, 

SUPPOnl fOR NIXON LIbRARY EXPECTED fROM FACULTY PANEL 

OUKE seeks NEW FUNDS 

SANFOBO SAYS NEW SOURCES NEEOEO FOR DUKE 

OUKE OFFICIALS TO RESUME TALKS AbOuT NIXON LIBRARY 

SANFORO BACKS NIXCN LIBRARY STAND TAKEN BY COUNCIL 

SANFORO SUPPORT KEEPS LIBRARY TALKS IN MOTION 

•HE-RE WILLING TO NEGOTIATE. . .' (CARTOONl . ^, „-,.,, ..,, 

FACULTY'S STAND NOT BINDING IN NIXON LIBRARY NEGOTIATIONS 

SANFORO REASSURES FACULTY ON L15RARY 

SOME FACULTY -OISTRESSEO' BY OuKE TRUSTEE'S STANCE 

UNITY URGED FOR NIXON LIBRARY TALKS 

DUKE LIPRARY HEGCTIATORS TO OPPOSE NIXON MUSEUM 

NIXON LAI.Y6R AuAirS DUKE LIBRARY DECISION 

GOVERNMf Nt'leIdFRs"sTRESS NEED TO RESTORE CONFIDENCE OF PUBLIC 

GOVERNORS DISCUSS STATES' NEW ROLE 

SCOUTS' MAN OF The HOUR 

DISTINGUISHED CITIZENSHIP 

GROUP TO RECOMMEND CIVIC CENTER OFVELOPER ,,„„, 

FORMER N.C. GnvFRNORS TO FIGmT AGAINST it-YEAk LEGISLATIVE TER-S 

SANGER* MARGARET 

auROEN OF UNWANTED PREGNANCY 

SaRVIS. R. 6. 

SIX SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES are QUITTlNu 

^*^^°NFh"'ex00US*0aTE? duke. UNC SCHOLARS DISPUTE THEORY OF EGYPTOLOGIST 

SATTERWHITE, MARY LILES {HENDERSONI 
OBITUARY; MARY SATTERWMITE 
SHOOTING DEATH SAID SUICIDE 

SATTERWHITE. RUTH LONG 
OBITUARY 

SAUER. MICHAEL DAVID 

MAN BADLY HURT IN CYCLE ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENT VICTIM LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

SAUER. RICHARD , , 

marshal: CHURCH FIRE CAUSED BY LIGHTNING 
LIGHTNING CAUSE OF FIRE 

AFTER EIGHT YEARS IN U.S.. CHARLOTTE FAMILY DEPORTED 

SAUNDERS. GEORGE F. (HIGH POINT! 

Two BROTHERS ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF CASE 

SAUNDERS. JAMES eowARD 

YOuTh ROBBED AT SCHOOL 

3 CITED ON DRUG COUNTS 

3 ARRESTED ON 0»UG CHARGES 

POLICE ARREST THREE ON DRUG CHARGES 

MEN GC VOLUNTARILY 

SAUNDERS. JAMES L. 

O^IITUARY: JAMES L. SAUNDERS 

SAUNDERS. JAMES LEON 

HEARING SET NOV. 30 IN ASSAULT 

TWO Charged \'i assaults at duke 

ALL BUT ONE ASSAULT CLEARED 

SAUNDERS. POD 

RESEARCHER HOPES TAPE IS RETURNED 

STOLEN TAPE CONTAINS INTERVIEW WITH MINISTER 

SAVAGE. MINNIE A. 
ORI TUARY 

SAWYER. ALBERT (CHAPEL HILLI 
REAGAN BACKS ROONOOGGLES 

SAWYER. HUGH 

U.S. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS EYE JUNE 22 STRIKE 
RDU OPERATIONS 'FAIRLY NORMAL" 

SAWYER. POPERT 

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO BEGIN PROGRAM AT OUKE 
OUKE STARTS NEW SEARCH FOR BRIGHT 7TH-GRADERS 

SCaGNELLI. PAUL OR. 

YGUP name may hold THE KEY TO YOUR DESTINY 

SCANLON. KEN 

SCANLON 'WEIGHS IN' rtlTH GLOVE. NOT BAT 

SCAN20NI. JOHN H. DR. 

STUDY REVEALS CONSEauENCES OF MOTHERHOOD 

SCARBOROUGH. VERNON lYOUNGSVILLE POLICE CHIEFI 
TOWN NAMES POLICE CHIEF 

SCHAChTER. SUSAN 

SHE SEWS 'CUTE CUMBERS' 

SCHACKNER. JAMES ERNEST 

ARMED THIEF TAKES MAN'S WALLET 

SCHEMPP, MARY 

SCmEMPP sets sail FOR ADVENTURE 

SCHENLEY. KATHY 

ART SCHOOL OFFERS ALTERNATIVE FOR CHILDREN 

SCHERICh. henry h. or. 

DURHAM FIRM REFINES STANDARDIZED TESTS 

SCHILLER. JOHN 

STUDENT FOUND DEAD 

SCHLACER. ERIKA B. 

FULPRIGhT wI.JNER 

DURHAM WOMAN ESCAPED WARSAW RIOT 

SCMLEStNGER. ARTHUR m. 

DISTRUST Of alG GOVERNMENT LED U.S. TO CONSERVATISM 

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mOMETO.*'! PGYS «IFF CENTENNIAL'S FINALE 

FOLKS ABouNn he^e: Shan song 
sCMMior,^Ey£LvN_o.^^oo.^ Raise tsoo.ooo for lIncoln center 

NEJ CEfiTER 3.<EakS GRUUNP 

rfacm goal 

block funopjg possible 

eco'.0"<y causes "ore to seek care at lincoln 

lincoln center construction on schedule 

SCHMIDT, MAY STRAhBRIDGE 
OBITUARY 

SChmITT, SAMMIE 

NURSES GET REFRESHER COURSES 

SCHNITiER. MEREDITH 

UNC-G PLAY^tRIGMT BEAT 100,000-TO-1 ODDS 

SCHOENSERGER, J«|^£5 ^ J , g^f „q„ , ;, ^^ ( ,4 PREVENTION OF HEART ATTACKS 

SCHQFIELO, GARY 

KEEPER, SCHOFIELO It DEACON gfl OuEL 

SCHQMING, JOHN N. COL. 

SChQMING retiring from POSITION 

scmooley, terry . , 

n.c. era backers attack court ruling 

SCHOOLFY. Thomas a. MAJ. 

OFFICERS ARE GIVEN NEW ASSIGNMENTS 
PSO TABS INTERNAL CHANGES 

SChOOLFIELO, KENT 

ACT ADOS ASSISTANT COACH 

ORANG=*S0CIAL SERVICES OEPT. CAUGHT IN BUDGET SOuEE ZE 

SCHuPLER, JOHN H. OR. 

NEh CHAIRMAN -lAMtO, Z REAPPOINTED AT UNC 

SCHRONCE, BILLY CARL 

TAR meel Charged in shooting osath 

SCHUENKE, DONALD J. 

A PHILOSOPHY OF LENDING 
SCHUENKE SEES DROP IN PRIME RATE 

SCHULLER. ROBERT DR. 

RETIREMENT COMMUNITY IS PLANNED 

GROUP Buys CRAIG MANOR FOR RETIREMENT COMPLEX 

SCHULTZ, ROBERT ICHAPEL HILLI 
SCnULTZ NAMED 

SCHJLT2, STEVE 

JUNIORS PROGRAM DEVELOPS FUTURE OLYMPIANS 

SCHUANKL. JIM 

CHATHAM WOMAN MAY BE FIRST To USE NEW MIOWIFE LAW 

SCHWARTZ, C. W. 

. . . AND PLENTY OF DETERGENT' 

SCHWARTZ, FRANK J. DR. 

TAR HEELS PROBABLY SAFE FROM RETURN OF SHARKS 

SCHWARTZ, JOEL 

SCHWARTZ TO GIVE LECTURE WEDNESDAY ON ARMS RACE 

SCHWARZ, HELEN MOESSER 
OBITUARY 

SCHWEIKER, RICHARD 

SCHWEIKER PROMISES STATES FLEXIBILITY IN SPENDING FUNDS 
OEMACOGUERY 

SCHWEITZER. ROBERT L. GEN. 

BLUNT TALK FROM A CEf*ERAL 

SCHWENTkER. FRANK J. ICHAPEL HILLI 

special aide to friday oies at 75 
obituary 

schwertman, Mary p. 

man pleads innocent 

man pleads innocent in murder case 

more psychiatric tests croereo for harris 

judge denies "id to move accused man 

scmwimmer, oavio 

settlement is reached in lawsuit 

scoggins, bradley russell 

youth leads police on wild chase 
police file charges after chase 

scopes. john t. 

creation debate: genesis on trial 

scota, ronald steven iridgeway. va. i 

FOUR CHARGED, yOuTh HELD IN DEATH OF P05SI3LE WITNESS 

SCOTT, ANNE 

DUKE TO CONTINUE NIXON LIBRARY TALKS 
SCOTT TO SPEAK AT NCCU ALUMNI DAY 

SCrTT, ART 

ART SCOTT FIGHTS ■ NEVER* -END IN& BATTLE 

SCOTT, BESSIE DAVIS 
OBITUARY 

SCOTT, CHRISTOPHER 

MAN SAYS HE WILL SEEK HCBBY'S JOB 

COALITION OPPnSINC HOBBY 

HOBBY SAYS UNION FQES PLAYING "MUSICAL CHAIRS" 

N.C. LAPoa LEADERS ARE OPTIMISTIC DESPITE LOw RATE OF UNIONIZATION 

SCOTT, DON IHIllSBOROuGhI 

EX-PANTHER COACH PONDERS GRID RETURN 

SCOTT, H. L. (ALAMANCE CO.) 



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HON T H L , / . N^^^U^A^L _ .^N^D^E^J 8^ N.H6S ^fOE^l^^T 

S I T 

N F E L T 

P 0AT6 C PC L P 8YL 

»L«"»NCE nO»«0 OL»SS CHANCES IN GOVERNMENT [^ [ ij^s'^^si 6 1 N H60 
»L»><«NCF TO R41SE AxeULSNCE FEES 

SCOTT, hENPY mILLUI J'. (NASHVUlE. TM.l „ j lO/0<,/ei A 6 P N 

SCOTT, J. U. MRS. IHAROENTONl „ j 5/01/81 A ". L 
NIGHTMARE IN MIAMI ^ 

SCOTT, JOHN u. , , - ^ c^ H 2 7/JI/91 A 1 *, P 

WILSON TIMES EOITgRDIII AT AGt uF 5? ^ | 3/01/81 A U 
JOHN .J. SCOTT FUNERAL SET TODAY 

"°";Li"NC% 911 SYSTEM TO BEGIN NEXT -EEK " > '^l^^Jt » ', ^ H60 

BOND VOTE DECISION EXPECTED MONDAY ^ [ W/24/ni 6 1 N H60 
ALAMANCE TAX LIEN SALES TO BE STUDIED 

SCOTT, PHILIP . . r„ H 2 g/lii/Bl A 1 P N A2C 

RETIREMENT COMMUNITY IS PLANNED , ? S 9/14/81 C 1 N 

CROUP BUYS CRAIG MANOR FOR RETIREMENT COMPLEX 5 2 9/l'./8l L 

SCOTT, RALPH „ 1 6/17/81 C 1 N 

61LPH SCOTT HONORED BY ^-H ^ \ i|/04/8 B 1 N 

FIVE RECEIVE N.r. AWARDS " ' ii/u-./oi 

SCOTT, RALPH WALLACE H 2 12/21/81 B 9 P 
09 I TUARY 

"°"kS??"lYS VETO NEEDED TO MATCH ASSEMBLY POWER H 2 S/2V81 A J P N 

3^5 Nrw'^io'i^^rMANsioN GHOSTS ^ ^ ^,„^ » I i°;;°;s} s ,r ^ is's 

SCOTT'S ACTION LEO TO CAP I TOL • S RE STOR A T I ON ,^^, „.,,„, ^„„, \ I i|/3l/ai A 9 N 

FORMER N.C. GCVfRNORS TO FIGHT AGAINST i-YEAR LEGISLATIVE TERMS S 2 12/Jl/Ol 

SCOTT, RONALD STEVEN u 2 9/16/91 All N 

HEARING DELAYFD ON MUROFR CHARGES ? | ,/te/?l A 2 N 

CHARGES DROPPfO AGAINST MURDER SUSPECTS ^ i o/ig/Sl C 10 N 

CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST FOUR IN EDEN SLAYING " ^ 'J/lf/sl L lu 

"°"5b??S1ry " ' >>'""" " ' ° 

'"''i^lXVc WOULO LIMIT DENSITY » ^ 0^"^" * ^^ " 

'""co3Jt?rDEFERS ZONING CASE " ^ "^"^" « ' " " ' 

SCOTTO, PENATA u , 9/29/81 A <■ E 

BOORS AT THE OPERA " ' 9/.;-</ni 

SCRIPPS, SAMUEL H, L, ? 7/19/ftI f 1 P F P66 

SAM SCRIPPS FOLLOWED DIFFERENT O^UM " 2 7/21/8 A i E 

PIONEER OF DANCE DESERVES HOMAGE = ^ T/ji/Si » 4 f 

TOPS IN HOOERN DANCE " ' i/.l'./oi 

"'"'^^AOGGs'-IeaChING heels TO LOVE LACROSSE | 2 5/19/81 B 2 ^ Jj J^* 

HEELS. DEVILS SUbTLE LACROSSE ALLIES 5 | 5/29/8 J P N «'» 

COMPETITIVE, «N0 HOW " f 5/77/S B 8 P N 

SAAO MUHAMMAD RETAINS TITLE " 2 9/2r/ei H 

SEABER, ANTHONY V, ^ , ^/17/fll f t N E46 

ORANGE SPEAKER URGES 11 MILLION CUT " 2 '/^/B CI N C46 

SPEAKERS DIVIDE ON BUDGET PLANS 5 2 6/17/81 A 10 N f.6 

SEAGROVES. T.6. "PETE" , „ , 7/71/01 .11 N 

RETIREMENT DINNER SET FDR SEAGROVES " 2 7/22/81 All N 

SEARLES, GEORGIE _ c , i?/ns/Hi a ^ N F30 

CHILDREN LEARN SCIENCE BY DOING S 2 12/05/B1 A 1 N c 3U 

^^'"i(ELLy'"sEARS: he HAD TWO BIG HITS: THE MCGUIRE TWINS H 2 7/03/81 B 1 P F P66 

"'^"'nORIH cJrOLI'ia -an FINOS MODELING IS GOOD BUSINESS S 2 9/11/81 A 6 P F 

SECRIST, MARY ICARRSnRni , , 11/16/Bl r 1 N 

CARRBORC STUDIES CLEANUP 5 2 ll/l6/ni L 1 ™ 

""'cHip?P''SaL BOARD PICKS INTERIM TOWN MANAGER S 2 6/09/81 A 8 N E'.6 

OFFICIAL SAYS DRIVER WAS NOT IT FAULT » 2 {/fj/g} ? f „ 

TRUCK DRIVER WILL FACE NO CHARGES S Z 7/16/81 LI " ,, 

CHAPEL HILL JOBS MAY BE RECLASSIFIED " | fMi'<| 5 7 m H16 

CONOO RESTRICTIONS ASKED IN CHAPEL HILL H 2 {1^24/81 El N H36 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE TO START 12-HOUR SHIFTS H 2 12/09/8 A 14 N W36 

PSO SHIFTS EXPAND TO 12 HOURS 5 2 12/09/81 AON 

"^"'residents express opposition to ANNEXATION S 2 9/04/81 CI N K90 

"'"uGGEfT''vl"E-PRESIDENT HEADS TOBACCO BOARD S 2 6/01/81 A 6 N 

'^'"'"'twO-wIy'hCR'IET buzzing about RETURN TO BACKFIELO H 2 9/04/61 C 3 F 

•CATS TRIM HORNETS 5 2 9/05/91 A B P N 

^^'■'''n'!!c';''paNEL BACKS THREE TESTS TO SCREEN POTENTIAL TEACHERS H 2 9/13/81 A 10 N 

SELICHAN. EDWARD , in/77/ni A 16 n 

OBITUARY " 2 10/22/81 A 16 U 

SELLERS. FRANK T/in/qi r 7 

OBITUARY " 2 7/10/Bl C I U 

SELPH, ANNABELLE K/ip/01 r 1 P N nns 

NUTRITIONAL WORK IS EMPHASIS S 2 5/18/81 C 1 P N 009 

ARTS SCHOOL SALUTES DR. JAMES SEMANS H 2 12/06/81 A 20 N 

ARTS SCHOOL TRUSTEES HONOR SEMANS S 2 12/07/81 A 3 N 

ABLE SERVICE TO THE ARTS H 2 12/13/81 4 E 

/ 

SEM0NCH£,^8ARBARA^^^^ ■DEADLY SIN- AUTHOR UNCOMFORTABLE WITH PREMISE M 2 J/n/Sl D 3 P R 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT H 2 10/27/91 B 1 U 

SEMONCHE, JOHN 



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.n«N AS KULeR: •DEADLY SIN- AUTHOR UNCOHFOK r A91. E «ITh PREMISE 

SENGt JERO»E (CHAPEL HILL: 
OBITUARY 

SENIOR. ROBERT OR. 

"'°'ilif ys?-Ch|:hno5;^^LosE . CRA.. 

TEACHER EVALUATIONS DISCUSSED ,^,,, 
a VYING FOR THREE SCHOOL 10AR0 SEATS 
} STAY ON SCHOOL BOARD 
3 KEEP SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

SESSIONS. nON REV. IGASTONIAl 

CHRisTIAN SCHOOL ?URNS RECORDS 

SE5S0HS. OWEN PERRY ,,.,„„^ 

obituary: omen P. SESSO-IS 

^^^^'•fiE''LEFT AND THE ABORTION ISSUE 

""°2fiT°IS*oSER'"*AT LAST IHEY-RE HARRIED 

^^'"'''AfiFR?S''AiSp?;aN RECORDS BILL PAST HOUSE COHmiTTEE 
EFFORT TO OPEN ADOPTION FILES 1AY HAVE BACKFIRED 

SHABER.^STFVF ^^^IRTinNS ISSUE REMAINS UNRESOLVED 

^""^'SENT;L''""?H'ASSnCIATION CN USE MORE VOLUNTEERS 

^"'^"feSRSAS-FfffS'lNOICTED FOR 3ID-RIGGING 

'"'°T35'n!c"TrIS-1NERS released IN . DAYS 
LOWER RELEASE RATE EXPECTED 

SHAFFER. DAVIO WANTED TO GO TO CLEHSuK" 

ShJfFeS; l5c:S LEaS east stars TO PAIR OF WINS 

SPOTLIGHT THE PLACE FOR STAR DUO 

SHAFFFR. LUCAS PUT ON A SHOW 

MISSING STARS DON'T HURT ALL-STAR GAME 

liai: A GOOD 'EAR FQK TAR HEELS 

SHAFFER. DEAN 

SHAFFER SUSPENDED 

^"'"S°C DEFENSE SEARCHES FOR NEW PERSONALITY 

'""""ISe's'ihE latest in an ATHLETIC LINE 

'"'"'ill ESJ^gSs^HELP CHHS CUT INJURIES 

prev6nticn is «ey 
'"'"^good'athletes boost northwooo's hopes 
^"'""commissioners .cn'T hear the eno of it 
^"'""shInkle^ lowe-s grove win together 

SHANKLE. ZETRES REYNOLD 

obituary 

SHANKLIN. Thomas f. 

naaCP data available 

^"""rSg?2"SesseS"S??Js race for carrboro mayor 

'Nt5?TASo^rA?^?'sl5.a?%fF fN^.RRBORO ELECTION 

THREE INCUM»ENTS LOSE IN CARRBORO 

CAMPAIGN SLOGAN CATCHES COALITION 

THREE COALITION INCUMBENTS LOSE IN CARRBORO 

^"""tJrEe'gEMS HIGHLIGHT ART EXHIBITS 

5HABL0W, ALLAN P. (PERSON CO. I 
POLICE NAMED IN SUIT 
OEVINE. STANFORD FILE SUIT 

Sharp, EOwaro C. JR > 

DEMOCRATS PUSH SOCIALISM 

^"*'' CONSERVATIONIST WARNS AGAINST BURIAL OF WASTE 

SHARP. JOHN E. 

PREPAID HEALTH PLAN APPROVED 

SHARP. SUSIE 

SUSIE SHARP aUALIFIES ,.„ 

FORMER N.C. JUSTICE LAUDS NOMINATION 

SHARPFa ALICE L. 

OFFICIAL DENIES HE FIRED SECRETARY 

SHARPE. CARRIE FOSTER ( BUKL INGTON I 
obituary: CARRIE SHARPE 

'"*'"'sharpe''looks for niche in Carolina's secondary 

'""*°eoaflo*backs opposition to construction 

sharpe. john or- 

fir" aided library group 

ShARPc. LAWRENCE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE WEE SET 



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'"'"''|;>AiMlS??TRATOR IS SUING SCHOJL 

SHAK. COUNCIL (HILISPCBOUCHI 
"AN DIES IN ACCIOEwr 

AUTO U»ECK KILLS MlLLSaOROUCH MAN 
VICII" fCOM rtlLLSBOROUGH -..,.,rr 

REPORT CLARIFIES TRAFFIC DEATH EVENTS 
NO EVIDENCE LINKS FATALITY TO BREAK-IN 

SHAri* OAVIO 



'sANKFO SEFS HIGHER IhTEOEST RATES CONTINUING 
CONSUMER ciN SET ECONOSy'S FUTURE. DURHAM BANKER SAYS 



OUT OF BUSINESS 



^"'"'jSoGflSS&ES OROER TO CLOSE NIGHTCLUS 
JUDGE CLOSES 'THE SPOT' 
OWNER CLOSES -SPOT' . , , ,„„,. 
DA STRIKES DEAL TO PUT -THE SPOT- 
HAJHR DRUG BUST INVOLVES DURHAM 
OFFICERS ARREST FIVE FOR DRUGS 
SUSPECTS' 30NDS SET 
GAMEROOM CHARGES DROPPED 
GAMEROQM CHARGES DISMISSED 

SHAn, JOHN DUNCAN (SILER CITYl 

ELON SCHOLARSHIP ESTABLISHED 

SHAJ, LETTIE PARKER 
OBITUARY 

^""'dEmSs CHOOSE ALL-WHITE SLATE ^ 

ELECTION BOARD REPLACEMENTS NAMED 
BOARD PONDERS VOTFR DRIVES ^,,,„.., ._,.„ 
FALSE STATEMENT DISTURBS ELECTIONS BOARD 

SHAH. JOOOY 

TRUMPFTER LEADS FESTIVAL 

^"'""ll« HEEl"hAS priceless gem HE CAN'T SELL 

^"^''fOLk's around here: with THE SPORTING SET 

SHEA.^JULIE^^^p SELECTS JULIE ShEA SCHOOL'S OUTSTANDING ATHLETE 
JULIE SHEA AGAIN NAMEO aces rtEST 
SHEA REPEATS AS ACC'S TOP ATHLETE 
LATE OPINIONS 

SHEA. VICTORIA 

FIRING UNJUSTIFIED 

^"^"oEI;ng"h1Gh*'sFNIQR wins N.C. exchange CLUB AWARD 
ORANGF HIGH SENIOR IS TOP EXHANGE YOUTH 
STATEWIDE HONOR GIVEN ORANGE GIRL 



SHEfFIELO. WILLIAM M. 

LOTTIE HARvIN GETS 



T,a-YEAR PRISON TERM 



SHfLTON. WALT W. 

GAS tax: ENOUGH IS ENOUGH 

ShENTON. JAMES 

SIN AND MISNOMERS 

ShFPARO, JAMES OR. 

FOUNDER'S DAY FRIDAY AT NCCU 

ShEPARD. JOHN ELLIS 
OBITUARY 

SHEPARD. LISA MOSER IHILLSVILLE. VA . I 

1 KILLED, ".WOUNDED IN SHOOTOUT ON 1-77 

SHEPARD, MARSHALL L, 

SLAVE'S SON ROSE TO PROMINENCE 

SHEPHERD, MORGAN 

EARNHARDT QUITS HIS RIDE , 

THREE RACE DRIVERS CONSIDERING OPTIONS 
EX-PLUE DEVIL GETS PREP POSTS 

SHEPPARO, JJJ^Epj (.j|_|_ pQ„ purjjg Qp GREENSBORO SHOOTINGS 

SHEPPARO, MELIA (HADISOHI 

RIDER, HORSE ORn»N IN LAKE 

CHFPPARn, RC^ERT "TINY" 

SHEPPARO PLANS TO RUN FOR AT-LARGE COUNCIL SEAT 

■TINY' SHEPPARO TO RUN 

PARRISH FIR'T TO FILE FOR DURHAM COUNCIL 

FIELD REMAINS SMALL IN DURHAM ELECTIONS 

LAST-DAY FILINGS ASSURE MORE COUNCIL PRIMARIES 

FILING ENDS; 21 VIE FOR CITY OFFICES 

SHEPPARO WITHDRAWS FROM RACE 

SHEPPARO withorraws from race 
candidates weeding selves out 

Sherman, davio ^teven ilorain, ohiqi 
officers arpest two in drug raid 

Two ARRESTED AT MOTEL 

SHERMAN, HOWARD L. 

OPPOSE DUKE RATE INCREASE , , 

'SUPPLY-SIDE' POLICIES WILL FUEL SOCIAL UNREST 



VA, 



LARRY 

JUDGE DEFENDS SMUGGLERS' 



RELEASE 



TOO* 



SHERRILL, BOB 

GOOD GOING, BOB SHERRILL 

•CUIST CONFESSES. 'I EAT RIBS ANO CHICKEN. 

•Sle'saNNY': a former CLAUS RECALLS HIS TIME ON THE HOT SEAT 

SHERRILL. "ICMAEL 

SPECIAL EXHIBITS OPEN 

SHERRQNt S* f • 

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9/08/81 


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593 


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U/D6/8I 


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S ? 


6/19/81 


A 


1 


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US 7 


H 7 


6/20/91 


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S 2 


7/01/91 


A 


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H 7 


7/02/91 


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H 2 


7/10/81 


A 


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7/10/91 


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H 7 


7/1 1/81 


A 


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H 2 


8/05/Rl 


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S 2 


8/05/81 


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1'^ 


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H 1 U/07/91 B I N 
H 2 12/15/Pl B 9 



H 2 5/11/81 B I N S51 

S 2 5/13/81 C 1 N 

S 2 3/0<./8I B I N F30 

S 2 11/11/81 A A L 



H 2 11/06/81 5 P N 
H 2 8/13/91 A 7 N 



H 2 6/19/m 8 1 



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H 2 6/24/81 B <> P N 

S 2 6/2A/9 1 D 5 •■ 

S 2 7/09/91 B I 



H 2 10/05/81 A A 



H 2 5/30/91 A 3 
S 2 6/01/91 C 3 
H 2 6/20/81 A 11 



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H 2 6/19/81 fi 1 N B51 

H 2 5/06/81 A 4 L 

H 2 10/15/91 A A E 

H 2 11/05/91 A 17 P N 

H 2 10/25/91 C 2 

H 2 8/2A/91 A 8 N 

5 2 6/04/81 A 16 F J50 

H 2 9/05/81 B 1 P N 

H 2 8/J6/81 3 N 

H 2 9/07/81 C 2 N 



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7/28/91 


A 10 




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5/23/91 


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5/24/81 


C 1 




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9/15/91 


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9/04/81 


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9/08/91 


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B 1 




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A 1 




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S51 



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H 2 11/05/91 B 4 



H 2 8/25/81 A 
H 2 12/07/81 A 



H 2 5/31/91 A 



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5/24/91 
9/07/81 
10/19/91 
12/24/81 



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12/31/11 



PIGE 200 
1/11/92 



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^"'^"cHo'icf CUTS Of CHINESE ART 
^^'^'-g^lpfEfaloUGHT Af lER AD SNUFFED 

Seb Inti-shoking spots to get neh life 

lg^l;'VED!^SrPLAMES LEAF PEOPLE 

°LU'fV«l°lTA -ENDLESS LOVE- STIRKES OUT 
OBJECTIONS •41SPLACE0 
THE NUDE n*-PhET 

'""""gaston recalls important MHIFF 
^"'""iJ.cTSJn gets death sentence 
^"'""ouke"!! mabnet of alleged book thief 

duke police seek fAN 

^"'""iuOGrsEFUSES TO RESTRICT JURY SELECTION COVERAGE 
N.C. HAN GETS DEATH SENTENCE 

'"'"-SHr^inS -E. -ITH ICE CPEAH 

'"'""J^-HirF.SH DANCING TO HIS -JIG- 

5HIP"AN, R. FUGENE 

rn«N "ANAGcR OUIIS 

TOmN HANTS MANAGER wmO hill stay 

SHIP><AN. UILLIAM PAUL (WAKE FORESTI 
THSEE HELD In EREAK-IN 

SHIPP. nA,<GARET BUSBEE 

N.C. HOHAN BECaHE WRITER 

^""*'';uS1cIl''cOOPLE: THEY HET IN bANO, SANG TOGETHER AT WEDDING 

shooell.^hichael^^^^^ or give me mitosis- 

SHOE. CLAunE TAFT IMESANFl 
OBITUARY 

SHOEMAKER. LEE 

SHOEMAKER HiNS AWARD 

SHOFFNFR. WILLIAM LEVI (BURLINGTON! 

FORMER ALAMANCE COURT JUDGE 01 ES 

SHOOK, VERNON L. , , „^„ 
CATAWBA DEPUTIES CLEARED 

Shore, lloyo it 

oon-t kill the pigeons 

Short, hqger v. 

2 NAMED directors 
SHOTHELL.JHIRLEy^ MFDICAL center aOARO 
shubfrt. jfffrfy , ,, ,^, 

STUPENI ROB'itl. BEATEN AT SCHOOL 

^"'^"'swmSJe'seJfCTEO OUKE-S SPONSORED PROGRAMS DIRECTOR 
OAVID R. SHUMATE APPOINTED TO POST AT DUKE 

ShURRER.^ROGER^OR.^^^^ DATE FOR TEACHER EVALUATIONS 

^'^"iHE K«£"°BSiLDING: -LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY- 

^'^"'"SICKLES WINS AWARD FOR GUIDANCE WORK 

"^^^CONOo'mINIUM: IT BARELY RESEMBLES FORMER SELF 
BUILDING'S OCCUPANTS FORMED ASSOCIATION 

eTCDCD, npu 

condominium: it BARELY RESEMBLES FORMER SELF 
BUILOING-S OCCUPANTS FORMED ASSOCIATION 

^'^''^s'iEGEl'-S PLAN AIDS NEPALESE WOMEN 

SIGNORET. SIMONE 

AGELESS MS- SIGNORET SHINES 

SILHAN. STEPHEN K. 

BRUTAL MORNING RECALLED 

SILVER. EDWARD (OMAHA. NEB.l 

CON ARTIST LEAVES DEBT, HEARTBREAK 

SILVER. JIMMIE 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

SILVERMAN, WARREN OR. 

YES, THE DOCTOR IS IN--AI LAST! 
RELYING ON SELF-RELIANCE 

SIME, SCOTT 

TEN FRESHMEN WORTH WATCHING IN '61 

SIMMONS. NORMA 

WOMAN REPORTS PURSE SNATCHING 

SIMON. LEON R. -FU2ZV- 

PAVINC FIRM'S hEAO resigns 

SIMON. NEIL (PLAYWRIGHT! 

NEIL SIMON AT HIS BEST IN -ONLY WHEN I LAUGH- 
SIMON, S. A. 



S 2 6/19/Bl D 1 P F F57 

H 2 S/15/81 C 7 P N 

H 2 5/16/Bl A 8 P N 

H 2 5/23/81 A 4 E 

H 2 6/l''/'il C 8 P N 

H 2 7/2'./81 A <. F 

H ' 7/31/81 D 7 P 1 P66 

S 2 U/lO/81 A ". E 

H 2 U/n/9l A <. E 

N M71 



H 2 t>/07/ei e 
H 2 6/07/81 A 



H 2 7/a''/»l A IS 
5 2 T/O-S/Bl C 1 



H 2 5/23/81 B le 
H 2 5/07/81 A « 



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H 2 8/15/81 5 P F 

H 2 5/2<./ai 9 11 P F S91 



H 2 6/02/81 A 1 P N -O", 
H 2 7/15/81 B 1 N E'i6 



H 1 12/05/81 C 1 N 

S 2 9/2<./8l B 8 F J50 

H 2 5/2'./91 E 2 P F S56 

H 2 7/01/81 A 4 E 

H 2 11/13/81 A 12 

S 2 10/23/81 A 13 N 

H 2 12/23/81 B 10 

H 2 6/05/91 A 8 N 

H 2 12/31/91 A 5 L 

S 2 12/11/81 C 12 N 

H 1 5/16/81 e 1 N 

H 2 12/11/81 A e N 



S 2 12/02/81 A 6 
H 2 12/03/81 A 12 



H 



N 008 



S 2 7/l<i/81 B 1 

H 2 11/15/91 D 9 P F F79 

S 2 U/18/31 C 1 P N 008 

H 2 5/l'5/81 A 6 P F 830 

H 2 5/l<»/81 A 6 P F 930 

H 2 5/19/fll A 6 P F 830 

H 2 5/19/81 A 6 P F B30 

S 2 6/30/ai 9 1 P F J66 

H 2 a/ii/ai 10 u S66 

H 2 8/03/81 A 3 N 

H 2 11/08/81 A 21 P N 

H I 6/27/81 B I N 



H 2 B/io/ai A 1 
S 2 8/13/81 A <. 



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N F25 

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S 2 9/10/81 A 5 

H 2 5/28/91 A 23-" N 

H 2 10/02/81 4 P R S66 



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^'"""sQCUL'iELFlRf PROORAHS BENEflT THE NON-POOR HOST H 2 9/09/-11 A <, E 

^"'°'*REiEiRsi!!'fnR THE POPS: DURHAM SYMPHONY COMPLETES FifTH YEAR H 2 6/05/Rl I P F P6* 

SIMONS* FLHYN L. DR - h ? S/OS/Bl B 6 N 

3 OUKE PROFESSORS CHOSEN " ^ 5/0-./B1 B 6 r. 

SIMONS.^JULIE^^^^ IS HONORED BY GOP WOMEN H 2 6/Q2/81 A 9 N 

SIMPSON, CLARENCF C ^ARIA , B/11/B1 A 22 N 

TWINS' PARENTS IDENTIFIED " I |?;i|/a, b , N 

SIAMESE TWIN DIES AT N.C. MEMORIAL \\ | K^J^S S ^ 

LIVER FAILURE CITED IN TWIN'S DEATH " ' U/IO/ai 1 

SIMPSON* DFANNA LINDA „ - iwn9/fll P. 1 N 

SIAMESE TWIN DIES AT N.C. MEMORIAL " | 11/19/5 C 2 N 

DOCTORS SEEK CAUSE FOP DEATH OF THIN 5 2 11/39/91 L i ^ 

LIVER FAILURE CITED IN TWIN'S DEATH " 2 U/lO/ai B 1 N 

SIMPSON. EVELYN „ , f,/i5/81 B 1 C R93 

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO... " ^ 6/15/Bl o i 

"'"'"3RHi5"f^LcCO SALES CONTINUE RECORD PRICES S 2 7/29/61 A 1 N F30 

""''.ToH.i, S^^^irTONIGHT " 2 10/"/" * 2! P P 

""'•h".S"un-DEATH figures MISLEADING _ | | i°/"/|l J J j; 

GUN-CONTROL LAW A FAILURE, NEEDS REfuPH 5 2 I2/l'/01 A •, L 

SINA9E, MANACQU FELIX (UPPER VOLTAI 10/17/81 A 3 P N M23 

VISITOR STUDIES FARM WORK ^ ^ 10/W/Bl A 3 k n ni, 

'""^■-NEi'ELEMENT'ARY SCHOOL PROPOSED IN FRANKLINTON H 1 9/in/Pl B 1 N L30 

SINGER. ISAAC BASHEVIS 5 , n/ij/si c 10 N 

ISliSpS^NG^R SPEAKS AT DUKE MONDAY NIGHT H 2 U/13/81 A IS P N 

^'"'^'•h,7S2'^I..R":"^F}S^rS'''''' "'-"•' H 2 12/16/91 A 



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'""''j???;Ir;^'"'"*' " 2 a/20/81 A l- 

■;!?£, "AX MAJOR 7/n>./«i a s I 

iALVATICN ARMY SAYS THANKS " | ,',',°i',i} , Z 1 

UMTE? WAY SUPPORT SHOWS FAITH IN AGENCIcS S 2 U/23/8 » ^ ^ 

UNITED WAY APPRECIATED " 2 12/11/81 A <, L 

JUSTICE TOG JFTEN SEEMS UNBALANCED ,,,,r \1 % ,vAl/«\ 1 Z p 

SISHAN SIRHAN'S 193<. PAROLE GROSS MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE H 2 U/28/81 A ". L 

SITTERSON, J. CARLYLE q/ia/ai » i p N 

'DON'T GIVE UP,' SITTERSON URGES CLASS AT UNC . ,„ , S ? .J'^il'^S S S3 »>(i 

LVX. LIBEBTAS, AND LOTS OF JOY: 31 WHEN THE GOING GOT TOUGH H 2 11/03/81 D 1 P B A20 

^'"°t)uNT'-flKKER ATTACKED IN MAILING FROM HUNT H 2 0/02/81 B 1 N G53 

''"Tsffu^Y'-'^ ■""*" " -' 12/ivai C 20 

SKEENS. Christy i statesvillei ^ , ,.,,,,„, . , o n 

hor-one testing begins at unc " 2 ia/21/Ri a 1 p n 

"'""^^RfSlR^t^MAY DASH REP. HUNT'S JUDGESHIP HOPES H 2 10/09/81 BIN G53 

The hunt affair: WHEN MUST A REPORTER PROTECT POLITICIAN? H 2 10/25/81 D 5 P U G53 

51-«0 fcasONNEL CHANGES PROPOSED S 2 5/23/61 A3 »; 0|' 

SITE PLANS PRECEDE FUNDS SEARCH S 2 7/29/8 C t^ 132 

-ASHINGTON HEARS DURHAM'S NEEDS " I I'^JHIJ r I m JZ5 

PANEL WILL HELP ORANGE FACTORY RESIDENTS S 2 J/06/B C ^ ^1° 

nilBHAM TO rnNnilfT study on flat river basin S 2 a/27/Bl C 1 N K90 

NEEDS S 2 10/15/81 C 1 N K90 

terms of lowest bidder S 2 12/16/61 A 1 N K90 



PANEL WILL HELP ORANGE FALIUKY HtSIUtNII 

DURHAM TO CONDUCT STUDY ON FLAT RIVER BASIN ; ^ .X'.ti',:! ? I >; . iS 

CITY SEEKING STATE HELP IN MEETING WATER NEEDS _ S 2 10/15/81 C 1 N 1190 

CITY OFFICIALS CONSIDER REACTION TO JAR TE 



S91 



slater's 65 earns slim advantage h 2 6/l<i/81 6 1 p 

Slater* kary 

senior citizen trips keep her running » 2 7/21/81 a 6 p f s56 



P N 



COMPUTERS COME IN, REPORTER BOWS OUT H 2 7/05/81 

SLAUGHTER, JOHN ?. ,,,,,0, G I O D MAI 

REPRESENTS FOUNOATION S 2 7/21/fl B j P F M6| 

DUKE, UNC TAKE VESSEL IN SEAUFORT CEREMONY H 2 10/03/8 B N V05 

OUKE, UNC OFFICIALS ACCEPT VESSEL CHARTER S 2 10/03/81 A 1 N H09 

SLAUGHTER, JOHN ROGERS . , ,,,„,., . ,, . 

OBITUARY H 2 7/30/81 A 15 

SLEDGE, JOHN 

MILK COMMISSION PPOVIDES STABILITY H 2 9/16/81 A <, 

N.C. FARM BUifEAU SEEKS INCREASE IN STATF INHERITANCE TAX EXEMPTION H 2 12/09/81 A 10 

OUTLAWING APORTION WOULD LEAD TO TYRANNY OF WOMEN H 2 5/11/81 A « 

SLIGM, bFLlNCA HARRIS . , ,,,,,,., , , n „ 

St'CH.IS TOP TEACHER ., _„ 5 2 /|3/8 C PN 



L 



IRS. SLIGH NAMED TEACHER Of YEAR H 2 11/2',/ei 



I P N 



SLOAN, MACFO K. , , »,„„,„,. , 

SLOAN IS NAMED Chairman S 2 5/09/81 a 3 N 

MARCHERS PROTEST POWER RATE HIKE H 2 8/28/81 A 10 N 

LAST-DAY FILINGS ASSURE MORE COUNCIL PRIMARIES S 2 9/0<./8l A I P N K90 

FILING ENDS; 21 VIE FOR CITY OFFICES H 2 9/05/81 C UP N W36 

CANDIDATES WEEDING SELVES OUT H 2 9/28/81 A 1 « S5l 

TQM CAHPBFLL LEADS IN GIFTS H 2 9/3D/81 B 1 N S51 

JENKINS' TREASURER MISSES FILING DEADLINE S 2 9/30/81 C I N K90 

CANDIDATES: SERVICES EXTENSION BOON TO CITY S 2 10/01/81 C 1 N K90 

CITY CANDIDATES OPPOSE REGULATING CONVERSIONS S 2 10/02/81 C 1 N K9D 



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C»NCIir,»TE5: CMANifS NEEDeO IN 
ClfiOIOATES IN TUESDAY'S PRIKAB 
MArOB SECONO IN VOTE CO'JNr 
CLQUO JAIChERS OUTNUMBE" "OLL 
CA-^DBELL NOT YET SURE OF HARD 
STUDYING VOTES 

TEACmFRS' group aACKED MARKHAM 
CSNOIDATES SPAR OVER DOWNTOWN 
GROUP SACKS CAN"IOATES 
GROUP ENDORSES 5 CITY CAHDIOAI 
POLITICAL eREAKFAST URAWS CROW 
HEET ThF CANDIDATES - 5: THE A 
AT-LARGE HOPEFULS: SERVICES MU 
SLOAN: Durham moving SIDEWAYSt 
TWO GROUPS ANNOUNCE ENOORSEMEN 
>(AYOR, COUNCIL CANDIDATES FACE 
ATTY. MACEO <. SLOAN. . . UNIT 
SLACKS. LIBERALS PUT FOUR ON C 
ENDORSEMENTS* TURNOUT KEYS IN 
NEW DURHAM OFFICIALS SEEK HARM 
THANK YOU DURHAM: 

DURHAM 'MY SHIP* RENOVATED AS 
CITY COUNCIL UNITS NAMED-, HUNT 
NEW COUNCIL MOVES FAST 
CITY SEEKING APPLICANTS TO FIL 

SMALL. PARIS (CHESAPEAKE. VA.I 
DUKE MAKES HIS 1ST COLLA* 

SMASR. EO 

OaiTUARY 

SMA-LEY. R. VAN IG^ANvILLE CO. 1 
TEACHER OF YEAR SELECTED 

SMEDLcY, WILLIAM E. (WASHINGTON, D.L.I 

<.0 IFFICE CONIQMINIUMS PLANNED Al U-MILLION COST 
CONDOMINIUMS TO BE ENERGY EFFICIENT 

SMITH. AMANOA 

SIGNS BOOK 

ENO RIVER SETTING FOR MACKAY NOVEL 



CITY'S TAX BASE 

Y GIVE VIEwS ON I SSUES 

WATCHERS ON 'SLOW DAY 
1 OPPONENT 

IN PRIMARY RACE 
UEVELOPMENT 

ES 



T-LARGE RACE 

ST BE PROVIDED 

NOT FORWARD 
TS 

THE ISSUES 

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H 2 11/75/81 A 6 P P T37 
H 7 12/70/81 D 3 P R 



FENCING SKILLS OUALIFY HER FOR NATIONAL COMPETITION 



SMITH. ARTHUR (CHARLOTTEI 

RECOROING STuOia INTEREST BOUGHT 

DEMOCRATS SPROUTING OLIVE BRANCH FOR BLACKS 
OFMOS CHOOSE ALL-WHITE SLATE 
ELECTION eOAHO REPLACEMENTS NAMED 

SMITH, BETTY 

RETIREMENT HAVEN ON CHAPEL HILL TOUR 
FAIRNTOSH PLANTATION NOT BUILT UNTIL 1610 

SMITH. BFVERLY 

NURSING SCHOOL BACK TO NORMAL 

SMITH. CAROLYN 

MAN FOUND INNOCENT OF ARSON 

SMITH, CHARLES EDISON 

SMITH TO WRITE LAW ftuOK 

SMITH. CHARLES REV. IROXBOROl 

RENOVATIONS TO CHURCH COMPLETED JUST IN TIME 

SMITH. CONNIE 1. (CAMP lEJEUNEI 

PROBE CONTINUING INTO TRIPLE SLAVTNGS 
MOTIVE IS SOUGHT FOR TRIPLE SLAYINGS 

OFFICIALS: Children apparently not awakened during slayings 

INVESTIGATORS SEEK MAN IN TRIPLE SLAYINGS 
CAMP LEJEUNE MOOO TENSE AFTER SLAYINGS 
PROBE CONTINUFS IN LEJEUNE SLAYINGS 
OFFICIALS SURF 3 SLAYINGS WILL BE SOLVED 

SMITH. COY LEE 
OBITUARY 

SMITH, CYNTHIA 

COUPLE WEDS ON ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR MEETING 

SMITH. OAlE h. IREIOSVILLEI 

REDISTRICTING CHALLENGE BY BLACKS JUSTIFIED 

SMITH. DANNY 

SMITH TO START AS EAGLES' OB 
EX-EULLDOG TO OPEN AS CENTRAL'S OB 

SMITH. DEAN 

'IF' STILL HAUNTS COACH K'S EFFORTS 
CAROLINA'S SMITH AMONG ELECTEES TO HALL OF FAME 
DEAN SMITH TO JOIN N.C. 'HALL' 
NOTES C OUOTES 

SUMMER LEARNING: COUNTY SCHOOLS OFFER DAY CAMPS. CLASSES 
SMITH ACCEPTS SPOTLIGHT AGAIN 
SMITH. FLOYO AMONG HALL INDUCTEES 
SMITH HUMBLE AT INDUCTION 
SMITH. OTHERS ENTER 'HALL- 
SMITH SAYS DEFENSE IMPROVES TAR HEELS 
DEAR DEAN. . 

SMITH RIGHT TO RESENT CAROLINA'S HIGH RANKING 
SMITH. "EYER TOP WIN LISTS 
OFF DEAN'S CASE 

BIG APPLE OFT-BITTEN BY CAROLINA 
TIGERS' BLUEPRINT BORROWED FROM COLLEGE NEIGHBOR 

SMITH. DEBBIE 

GINGERBREAO HOUSE ISN'T EASY as IT LOOKS 

SMITH. EARL CALVIN 

CHASED MAN DIES; MURDER CHARGED 

ENLARGED HEART "AV 8E DEATH CAUSE 

DEATH BLAMED ON HEART AILMENT 

DOCTOR SAYS FIGHT HASTENED DEATH 

STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER SAYS FIGHT ACCELERATED DURHAM 

SHITH. EARNEST GENE 

MAN ACCUITTED OF RAPE CHARGE 

SMITH. EDMUND LEWIS 



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CA^E FNOS Jfi SECOND MISTRIAL 
iNJMISTRliL CALLED AS JU»0»S DEADLOCK 
THIRD TRIAL ENDS IN ACQUITTAL 
SMITH ACQUITTED uf CHARGES 

'"""cLrAiUG'sSLuVlSi'TiRn-N IN CHAPEL HILL RSO'S EYE 
juSv hung; RETRIAL ORDERED FOR BcLL 

'"""oEfENDliT'-A^RNEDV RIGHTS BEFORE PSVCH EXAM 

^"""olIpuTrCENTER HELPS SETTLE DIFFERENCES OUTSIDE Of COURT 
CIIV NEEDS DISPUTE CENTER 

SMITH, FLOSSIE EVANS 

OBITUARY 

SMITH, G. euCK 
QPiruARY 

SMITH, GARY OAVIO IHIGH PQINTI 

MAN SAYS HE DUMPED CHEMICALS 
MAN FINED IN CHEMICAL SPILLS 

^"""JaSmn'mSh kill BRINGS FINE OF OVER «60,0Da 

SMITH, HARMON L. ,,,^, 
DUKE THEOLOGIAN CITED 

^"■'"sMr""tgNvVc?E^ OF THREATENING REAGAN 
MAN SfNTENCEO FOR THREAT TO REAGAN 

SMITH, HARWOOD T, ^„„,.^ 

dLERK APPLICATIONS NU"EROUS „.„c,,o 

SMITH URGES FAST ACTION ON BOARD'S MAKEUP 
INTERNATIONAL mELCOmE 

HIRING CLERK SHOULD BFGIN IN 1 JEEK 
RULE IS SLOWING SEARCH FOR CLERK 

^"""maGISTRaTe'wANTS to STOP SUITS 
^ M I T H • mDK F 

N.C. NATIVE ,(AS LEADER IN GEORGIA 

^"""foUS^PPLICANTS seek DURHAM LOW-PO-FR TV STATIONS 
THERE'S CONTROVERSY ALREADY 

SMITH, J. GRAHAM DR. 

PREYt". PHYSICIANS TO BF HONORED 

7 PHYSICIANS, FORMER SOLON TO BE HONORcD 

SMITH, J. T. MRS. 

^HY bLAME DRIVERS 



IHEN A DOG I S HIT? 



^"""fOUr"aPPLICAnTS seek OUPHAH LOW-PO-ER TV STATIONS 
THERE'S CONTROVERSY ALREADY 

SMITH, JAMFS IBLAOEN COUNTYI 

JUDGE ORDERS TO^N TO RESTART PROJECT 

5'"'"Jf-'?hPeOoV'iS°O£C0MPOS6D, can a killer be CONVICTED? 

SMITH, JAMES WALTER IHENOERSONl 

LAWYER CHARGED IN BANK ROBBERY 
JUDGE ORDERS PSYCHIATRIC ExAH 
MAN INDICTED ON ROBBERY CHARGE 
MAN PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO ROBBERY 

SHllH* JfRRY PAOL 

KLANSMAN EYEING SHERIFF'S POST 
MAN ACQUITTED OF RAPE CHARGE 

""'":Fi^Aa'i;SY?*c'Jgfe??D THE STARS AND BARS 

'■"'"jni^roFFICliL'S SON-IN-LAW HIRED AS COUNSELOR ,_^^ 
COURT OFFICIAL'S SON-IN-LAW RESIGNS COUNSELING JOB 
CHIEF JUSTICE REPORTS NEPHEW HAS COURT JOB 
COURTS' DIRECTOR OUITS 

SMITH, JOHN HOWARD (CHARLOTTFI 
DAY-CARE DIRECTOR CHARGED 

SMITH, JOHNNY B. 

FELON SAYS AFFADAVITS FALSIFIED 
Two SAY WITNESS CHANGING STORY 
PAIR DENIED NEw TRIAL IN SLAYING 

SMITH, JOHNNY W. JR. 

Z ACCUSED OF MAKING MOONSHINE 

SMITH, JOSEPH P. 

FELON SAYS AFFADAVITS FALSIFIED 
TWO SAY WITNESS CHANGING STORY 
PAIR OENIEO NEW TRIAL IN SLAYING 

^"'^"lOOK-alIkE is singing to KATE SMITH'S TUNE 

"Iso'mi'lLION-YFAR-OLO fossil found IN ARUONA 

fossil jaw of mammal lao million years old 

^'" "smith SENTENCED TO DEATH IN WESLEYAN CCEO SLAYING 
DEATH PENALTY FLOUTS CHRISTIAN TEACHING 
A WORN MYTH ABOUT JEWISH LAW 

""'"rale'iGh"gIRl'*IIinS V',3,500 AS AMERICA'S JUNIOR MISS 

SMITH, LARRY 

hARO-SHELLET pet CAN'T SHARE CELL 

SMITH, LARRY W. (CHAPEL HILLI 

MiS INVENTIONS HELP DISABLED 

SMITH, LEE 



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C'lTlCS PSJtE 'SuUTHtBH LITERAlUJf 

hUlTtaS- U0B^SM^P SEI 

IT, [iVUnn'-tVJ'li MATCH THE BEST OF SOUTHERN WRITERS 

SMITH, LEE H. JR. .„„ 
SMITH HINS MANN AWARD 

^"""sTiu-foSii'A-DIReCT^R RESIGNS 

SMITH. LDUVEMA BASS 
OPITUARY 

SMITH, LUBIE (SjCKV "UUNTl 
a!!lTUARY 

'"""h:?E-S i^LK^PRICE's'-OUTRAGEOUSLY HIGH 
MIL" COMMISSION PROVIDES STABILITY 

^'"'"cOuRi''hEaRS brown LUNG ARGUMENTS 

^""'"e-o!:;^"rOu"d"':e«E: LIFE IN DU»HA. 

SMITH. MAftCARET MATTHEWS 
THEFTS REPORTED 

SMITH. MARC«;|Jo-;,o CROS. conference 
■""'^I/gScs iS?E"s"t. .so.ooo comes out 



^""";uTo'"ChASE results in SEVERAL CHARGES 

SMITH, MICHAEL CIRVELL 1 WIN SJO'l-SAl EM i 
Two FACE COCAINE CHARGES 

^"'^"Ao^Birfs'-RANj UHEN THEY MET AT *U5H PARTY 

^"''"SeOSOX Ta.E game, RUIN SMITH'S NO-HITTER 
SMITH'S OEM SPOILED BY BED SOX 
SMITH WORKS HIS MASTERY OVER PILOTS 

"^"^"amBULJNCE SERVICE REFUSED 

SMITH, NANrilE IkOXBOROI 

Obituary: NANNIE SMITH 

^"""0B?^TbilY?'i;CLTr^iSE MEDLIN SMITH 

''^''"iMW^lhilluH'etftriVhf STATE INSURANCE LAW 

^ WOMAN ADMITS ROLE AFTER DRIVER'S DEATH 

WOMAN PLEADS GUILTY 
ren>'i%ll mihs'iu'ifi^^'U DEATH OF LAUNDRY DRIVER 

11".]", l)iV,n E^ltf? JpEr'^S'^AUNORY DRIVER'S DEATH 
17-yEAR-OLO PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER, THEFT 

JUOGFsENIENCFri'-YEAR-OLD TO LIFE FOR MURDER 

2n',lss"v iiiS^ErTSlA^So GET DIAGNOSTIC STUDY 
TEEN TO UNDERGO DIAGNOSTIC STUDY 

SMITH, PAUL J. 

*, INJURED IN DURHAM wPECR 

SMITH, PAULA IROXBOROI , „ , „ ^n „.,., 

PRO-CHOICE PEOPLE AREN'T 'JLIND TO PAIN 
FACTS DON'T FIT THE ABORTION 'PICTURt' 
SELFISHNESS AND ABORTION 

SMITH, PHILIP H. SR. , „ r n c c , ■: 

TOBACCO — IT PAYS OFF FOR TaR HEELS 

SMITH, REMUS IHILLSBOROUGHI 

MS. LE«IS -IThDRAWS FROM CARRBOPO RACE 

SURPRISE CANDIDATES FILE AS BOOKS CLOSE IN OkANGE 

HILLSBOROUGH CANDIDATES TTuT MICROELECTRONICS 

CHESHIRE WINS IN HILLSBOROUGH 

CHESHIRE IS NEW HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR 

TOWN OFFICIALS Sworn in 

SMITH. RICHARD ICITY PLANNING ENGINEERI 

OFFICIALS TRY TO GET EXPRESSWAY ON TRACK 

SMITH, RICHARD a. , „ , 

PEASANTS OF FAIR CAROLINE MAY REVOLT 
NOTES FROM SUMMER ON THIS 'M' THAT 

SM1TH.^R0BFRT_EARL^^ DURHAM NIGHTSPOT AFTER 2 HURT IN RIOT 
RIOTERS THROW ROCKS. BOTTLES; INJURE 6 
PATROLS BEEFED UP; AREA OF DISTURBANCE OUIET 

'"""committee RECOMMENDS 2 FOR HOUSING AUTHORITY PANEL 

SMITH, S. DOUGLAS 

THREE AOvISlKS NAMED TO DUKE HOSPITAL PANEL 
1 JOIN HOSPITAL ADVISORY BOARD 

SMITH. SHEILA 

EDUCATION CENTER CLOSING 

SMITH. SHERWOOD H. ,^.rc 

CPCL SAYS PROBLEMS HAVE NOT HURT IMAGE 
CPC L HEAD FORESEES BETTER SERVICE 
CPCL TRIMS HARRIS PLANT PLANS 

SMITH. TEROI ELAINE 



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SNITM, valOA TAYLOR „ ., „,.,^ H 2 7/19/81 A 5 N 
MOTHER IS CMAdCED IN GAPY'S DEATH 

^"■'^E.^^SSL'oiE'ErSt'llLNrjrfl^^i^E'vlLLE JAILED « ^ '^^^0^"' ° '" " 

^""'"Ix^^^Uc'TlSIn'E^c-ies ourhah.s -anage-ent „" I t^A°.'A\ i r E "' 

CAUSTIC COMMENTS ,,,.^c S 2 6/25/ni A <, P U S09 

P.PERS FAIL TO TRANSMIT OWN MESSAGE S j 7/03/81 A 4 L 



SMITH HELPED OUPHAM 6Y MOVING OUT OF TOWN 
DURHAM'S STRONG POINTS? I -ASN'T ASKED 



H 2 7/08/81 A 



<;MITH. WILLIAM FRENCH S 2 6/27/81 A 1? N 
JnC OFFICIAL RAPS ATTORNEY GENERAL 

SMITH, WILLIAM M. ,,,,„ H 2 5/30/81 A 3 N 
HERALD WRITER IS CONVICTED 

<;HITHi WILLIAM SHERRILL , S 2 10/28/81 A 6 N 

^AUTHORITIES CHARGE HAN IN ASSAULT ^ j 12/18/81 CI N W2', 

TWO CHARGEO IN ASSAULTS AT DUKE S 2 12/15/81 C 1 N 

ALL BUT ONE ASSAULT CLEARED 

^"''"o^rihU?: WILLIE SMITH " ' ''''''' * ' " 

^''""jEri's'UsAILS BROOKLYN REP.. OTHER C.ITICS " ' '^'°'=' * ' ^ " 

SMITTLE, WALTER ( PAOEN CITY. W. VA.l ,„„„,,,„„ S 2 10/02/81 A 6 N 

ACCIDENT VICTIM LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

5M0AKE. GLADYS H 2 5/11/81 A 4 L 
A MOTHER TO MANY 

SNEAO, JOHH DENNIS JR. , ,^, ,^ ^,,,,, H 1 7/02/81 B 1 N 
Two ARE CHARGED IN THEFT OF GUNS 

'"""ItJSs shine IN CLASSIC AND PLEASE THEIR FANS. EVEN ON HOPELESS DAY H 2 ./01/81 A I P N H<.9 

SNEED. BAR8ARA__ __,, ^,,^ ^^^.^ „„„„„ S 2 3/08/81 A I N 



POLICE CHARGE WOMAN wITH MAN'S MyPDER .„.„,„,„ 
DURHAM MAN IS STAB6ED TO DEATH AT HIS APARTMEN 



H 2 9/09/81 C 1 N 



'""^HlfrfsSROUGH RACER SIDES WITH SU2UKI " ^ 5'0''«> ° ^ 



'"^^"aLL-EXEMPT tour on HORIZON 



H 2 9/27/81 e 2 P N POT 



SNEEO. JOHN KENNETH "KENNY" H 2 8/03/81 8 6 

SERVICES TODAY FOR GRANVILLE MAN 



'''^'-'■^S5ER5iENT'"?£A5Eis'??RESS NEED TO RESTORE CONFIDENCE OF PUBLIC 



S 2 12/05/81 A 1 N f30 



"""SuR^ih' OF MARCH MISINTERPRETED " ' '''""" ' " ' 

^"""louS-^ghSTf^iri^lASE ENDS IN GUILFORD WRECK " 2 ^/"/«' ^ ' " 

SNIPES. ETHEL TAYLOR H 2 7/27/81 3 7 
OBITUARY 

SNIPES. PEEOIE (GJAHAMI n.^.tc H 2 12/06/81 A <, P f 

GRAHAM aOY HAS RARE AGING DISEASE „ j IJ/H/BI 8 1 N 
PARTY BEING PLANNED FOR PEEOIE 

SNIPES. RAYMOND JR. IBURLINGTONI „ i u/lo/Bl B I N 
iJURLINGTON MAN KILLED 

'"'"^SANgPcJuli^^AN CHARGED WITH MURDER 5 2 5/20/81 A 1 N 



'"""""aAsTfuRMULA: A SHORT LINE ON A CANE POLE 



H 2 5/31/81 B 10 F S9l 



'"^'"ISLKrAjuUNn here: THE WAY THINGS ARE » ^ ''°'"' « ' " " 

^'"=°';;.-':uSGE-'SEfEr-lHf liuGGLERS- RELEASE " ^ 5^31^«' ' ^ " 

^''°-Ll!H?Nl;in!Lri'iiiKIN COUNTY MAN 5 2 9/02/81 C 18 N 

'"""SdY'SiS GIRL SHOT IN FORSYTH " 2 "''''">' ' « " 

SNYOER. JIMMY "THE GREEK" ; j 5/08/81 C 5 P P S76 

WINNING AO H 2 6/09/Rl 8 9 N 

•.f:;i iiwV' \i i\ ii'iXWi on frioay s 2 6/15/8. c 2 n 

;?2f^5;E"e5l^r?a^!^T^S"E.:°^iS'THE GREEK- so THEY 010 S 6/0/8. B 1 P N M.9 

L"tr^rr^?^5R?fsfo^R^?? Mjr^^'"^^' ^'^ - ? §i j ,$ k 

peopl?" and what they're doing 

■^""I^oS'^^mI'Sff^cial honored " > 5'"/«' « ' -^ 

SNYDER. ^W.LL.AM^H. DR.^ ^^^^^ ^^^ POLLUTION IN JAPAN S 2 6/29/81 A 7 N 

"•"ioc?i;!?T'3!;;rira;^iAtLOT « 2 10/2./81 a « n 

'°"°'-dRSS?H*?N°?nuTH KEY REASON FOR NEW PLANT IN MORR I SV ILLE S 2 10/19/81 A j P N S83 

BRISTOL-MYERS DEDICATES NEW PLANT IN MORRISVILLE H 2 10/20/81 L 1 

SOKOLQWSKI. JOHN^ ^^^^ SOKOLOWSKI RETIRES » 2 5/2V81 5 P U H55 

'"••"iTjTE'iNsS^NjE'iFPT. TAKING NO ACTION AGAINST AUTO LLUB H 2 10/18/81 J '<. N 

AUTO CLUB BEING INVESTIGATED " | !n/22/Sl A 19 N 

STATEMENT ACCUSES NEWSPAPER OF 'LIES' " ' lO/ii/ni 

SOLES. ROoERT MCOONALD 



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CHASE ENDS HITh Aa«5ST 



SOLQHON, fOEDOIE 

SCLOHON EXPLOITS 



■TO SHRINE aJHL TAKING HrTHiC CAST 



TM;<FE ARE HURT IN PLANE CRASH 

SOLOMDN, MICHAEL OS. 

IT PAYS *ELL TQ 0"ESS FDR INTERVIEU SUCCESS 

SOLOMON, ROLAND 

CHARGES ARE flLEO IN FRANKLIN 

SONDERMAN, JOE 

CHARLOTTE CROHN DESIGN CSITICUEo 

SORRElL. DORIS 

G"EENHOUSE: 



PLANTS THRIVE IN THE ONE HER HUSBArjD ^^UlLT 



SORRELL* MARK 

HAPPY bIRTHOAY 

SOSA. MIGUEL 

SOSa: BULLS' JEKYLL AND HYDE 
CLOWNING AROUND 

SGUCHAK. MIKE 

SOUCHAK'S GESTURE GIVES AOKI ChanCE 

S0USE3EE. JAMES HENRY 

SONS COMPLETE FATHER'S WISHES 

SOUTHERLANO, WILLIAM OEWITT 

They Share memories OF siagvillE 

SQHELL. FRANK G. 

STONE-THROwInG hurts DUKE, DURHAM 

SPADOLINI 



S EYES AND EARS FOR WHOLE PRESS 
C.J 



LINI, GIOVANNI 

The pool REPORTERS: TWO SERVE A 

SPAINhOuR, VERNON (MDRRELL'S INLFT, S 

commuter is getting 2n0 license 

spaloing, carol 

businesswomen 6uil0 new network of contacts 

sparger, james 

ppospfctive buyer may turn c'est la vie site into offices 
mortgage rate t=enos said hard to predict 

sparkman. margaret 

WOMAN .-•lAKES CRAFTS From GOUPOS 

SPARKS, EOJIN w, 

7 FACING TOBACCO CHARGES 

SPARKS, LEE BUY JR. 

OBITUARY: LEE ROY SPARKS JH/ 

SPARKS. MAOALINE 

LARGE-SUED: MODEL IS RIDING WAVE OF FASHION REVOLUTION 

SPARKS, ThaO and BEVERLY 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: TnE hay THINGS ARE 

SPARROW, NGRMAN L. ICARR30R0I 
OPITUARY: NORMAN SPARROW 

SPARROW, PEARL HANCOCK ICHAPEL HILL) 

obituary 

SPASOwSkI, romualo 

lengthening shadows across 



A TROUBLED WORLD 



SPAUGH, HEP6FRT R. JR. (LT. COL.) 
OFFICER ON PROMOTION LIST 

SPAULOING, ASA T. JR. 

ASA SPAULOING PISSES HURDLE FOR UNC SEAT 

SPAULOING GETS UNC SEAT 

SPAULDING IS ELFCTEO TO BOARD 

TUITION AT NCCU TO RISE I6i FOR N.C. RESIDENTS 

SPAULOING, ASA I. SR. 

AMERICA LOSES A FRIEND 

SPAULOING, ELNA 

LI;''."l^'-5 TO ATTEND WHITE MOUSE CONCLAVE 
"eP"*nONS NEEDED FOR INCREASE IN AGED 
COUNCIL ON AGING EXCITING 

SPAULOING, JOSEPH CLINTON JR. 

iJ'^**^';"^^^ AMONG '. FILING FOR CITY COUNCIL 
SPAULOING ENTFR5 COUNCIL RACE 

^!f';P,"f''*'"^ SMALL IN puRham elections 

FILING ENDS; Jl VIE FOR CITY TEFICES 
CANDIDATES: SERVICES EXTENSION POON TO CITY 



"f pOfS; HU"' HAS GROUP'S ENDORSEMENT 
oSlI '^5 CaNOIDATES - 3: THE WARD 3 RACE 
R00ENMI2ER, MARKHAM CLaSH AT FORUM 

si)Sr6p?^°s?rA;;2^j2?iai"""'' ""' '"'''"° 

MAYOR, COUNCIL CANDIDATES FACE THE ISSUES 
-t.An5h„feJff'H5 "J' ""0"" 0" <^'T^ COUNCIL 
CNDORSEHENTS, TURNOUT KEYS IN COUNCIL RACES 

SPAULOING, KENNETH 

BOARO CANOIOAItS OUWZEC ON MERGER 

O'lE PROPOSAL Purs DURHAM IN JNO DISTRICT 

l=fSi^iJI°;§ ^"X '"O"'-^ "E CRITIcic OF CAS TAX 
GIVE KEN SPAULOING A CALL 
KEN SPAULDING ON NEW PANEL 

g""; r.,'°,'i,lll\,''l'i''l.l'l',,l]°''°'^° •='5°L"'E '" INCREASE, ,AD, 

PANEL SCHEDULES VOTE ON RED I STR I C T I NG PLANS 

HOUSE OK'S REGISTRATION IN LIBRARIES 

GAS TAX PROPOSAL STIRRING OPPOSITION 

ROYALL: DON'T PUI DURHAM IN 2N0 

VOTERS TELL SPAULOING THEY'RE LEERY OF CAS TAX 



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ThO STILL jiiPOSE UAKE-OUSMAM nlSTOICT 
SESSION'S KEY ISSUES OIVIOIN& jELfGAriON 

"OYALLi SPAULOINC AT OOOS AGAIN 

SINCE UMEU IS IT UKQUG TO CONSULT THc VOIESS? 

CAKROT ANP STICK USED ON GAS TAX ISSUF 

fiEOISTi^ICTING: LEGISLATORS RE«OT To SETTLE ISSUE 

HATS OFE TO REP. SPAULOING - HE LISTENS 

SPAULOING rn VOTE 'NO' ON GAS Tb* 

hPUSE VOTES GAS TAX, KILLS RfiPATE 

DID *H|T MAN' hPITE EDITORIAL"" 

auTTEPFLY POL II ICIANS 

REao "ALL THE KING'S MEN* 

EILL GIVES aOAPn LATITUDE ON TESTS 

EDITORIAL .<AS OEMOGOGIC 

THIS VOTER MON'T EQRGFT 

SPAULOING A-ENDS HIS HOUSING AUTHORITY PILL 

OURHA" COULD nO-INATE DISTRICT 

THANKS TO KEN SPAULOING 

SPauLTINC loses in EFFORT TO AMFND TESTS MEASURE 
OURHA" DELcGATION SACKS TRIANGLE DISTRICT 

SENATE DKS SILL FOR TENANTS ON i^JARDS 

RAPE VICTIMS AID BILL PASSES HOUSE 
BILL JILL PAY FOR EXAMINATIONS 

ASSAULT VICTIMS TO GET AIO 

LEGISLATURE SCCKEO TmE TAXPAYERS 

?S'--'SV "PJP-UP: mow your legislators VOTED ON THE ISSUES 

SPAULPl'lC TAXED FIRST, ThFN DRIVERS 

SPAULOING JN CklHE COMMISSION 

RAMSEY -lAMES SPAULDING TO G0V=kN0R'S CRIME PANEL 

HANDICAPPED CLASS PROPOSAL OPPOSED 

SPAULOING NOT ASKED TO RALEIGH MEFTI-lG 

THEY SHOULD HAv^ INVITEO R E PRE SFN TA T I vt SPAULOING 

LEGISLATIVE FREEZE ThAkING FOR SPAULOING 

DURHAM LEGISLATORS URGE SHOP T SESSION 

SOLONS DISCUSS NEEDS OF YOUTH 

ROYALL, HUNT niFFER ON "AIN ISSUES 

SPAULOING NAMED TO COMMISSION 

THE LEGISLATURE'S TIME WARP 

SPAULOING FORESEES LUNG RED I STR I C T I NG DEBATE 

SENATE ENDS SEARCH FQR GREATER BALANCE 

SPAULDInO dACKED ON DISTRICTING CRITICISM 

SPAULOING, MARIA F. 

JOHN EDWARDS GETS STATE POST 

EDWARDS, SPAULOING GET STATE POSITIONS 

SPECTER, ARLEN 

A SENSIBLE OUESTION ABOUT CRIME PROBLEM 

SPEIGHT, DENNIS KIRBY 

OBITUARY: DENNIS SPEIGHT 

SPEIGHT, MARVIN 

FOUR N.C. OFFICIALS TO GET PAY RAISES 

SPEICNER, THEODORE R. 

SPEIGNER STARTS SCHOLARSHIP 
SPEIGNER ATTENDS CLERGY CONVOCATION 

SPELLS, LEPOY IQXFOROI 

SPELLS RETIRES AS TEACHER 

SPENCE, "ARY ELLA LOWERY 

O-iiruARY: MRS. MARY ELLA SPENCE 

SPENCER, ARTHUR WILLIA"S JR. IHEN0ER50NI 
VANCE TEEN INJURED IN »RECK DIES 
AUTO ACCIDENT CLAIPS LIFE OF HENDERSON TEFN 

SPENCER, DIANA 

CRCWMNG VIRTUE 
THE WELDING 

SPENCER, JOHN DR. 

DUKE MUSEUM COMES OF AGE 

SPILLMAN, LLOYO BAXTER "SHORTY" 
OBI TUARY 

SPINNER, TERRY 

?K?"iuCT?Si'U U;5rS2y"°"''* "•' ' ""OFESSION 
ART AUCTION SET FOR SATURDAY 

SP I VE Y, MARTY 

ESCAPEES STILL SOUGHT 

auTNER ESCAPEES CAPTURED 

TRIO HOLDING POLICE HOSTAGE IN ASHE COUNTY 

LA.McN RUSH JAIL, FREE THREE HOSTAGES 

^'SpT'chI^E^^ IT^lWoklf' "'° "'" '' ''"' "'^'^^ J*"- 

SPONAUGLE, DIANA 

WATER POwER CHEAPER 

SPRINGS, BETTY 

STATE RUNNER TAKES CROSS COUNTRY TITLE 
SPRINGSTEEN, bRoCE 

MUSIC FIRMS SUE Two N.C. BARS 

SPROTT, DAVID JOHNSON t MARY WOODSON 
SCHOLARSHIP cSTA6LISh6D 

SPRUILL, LORI 

THIS ONE WILL LAST, YOUTHFUL COUPLE SAY 
SPRUILL, RON 

SPRUILL RESPECTS DUKE - FOR A CHANGE 

5PUNGIN, LFN 

PLAY BALL! STRIKE'S END NO E AR TH-SHA,< £R HE:1E 
SPURRIER, STEVE 

SPURRIER TO SHUFFLE BACKS' 

FRUSTRATION G1IPS DUKE OFFENSE 

SPURRIER, TERPS TRADE INTEREST 

ip!i«iiS:'S^^T'b^K°?Nr5Sr^ '"'''''■ '" "''''' ''' ^^"^5 

SQUIRES, RUPERT MACON 
OBI TUARY 

STABLER, KENNY 

MY FAVORITES. THEIR FAVORITES 
STACHITAS, LEONARD P. 



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