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THE LIBIL\RY OF THE 

LMNTRSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLLNTANA 



CR071.5 
D96i 
1982 
SUBJECT 



UNIVERSITY OF N C AT CHAPEL HILL 



00040646202 

FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 





Digitized by tine Internet Archive 

in 2011 witii funding from 

University of Nortii Carolina at Chapel Hil 



http://www.archive.org/details/indexserial19822hera 



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An index to: 

THE DURHAM SUN 



Subject Index 
1982 



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



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



SCOPE OF IND-EX: 



Cf<07l.5 
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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. 






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"). 



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) 

listed, (regional) 

2 2nd (final) ed. (local) 



SEC ( Section > 
PG (Page) 

TYP (Type) 

A Advertisement 

B Profile 

E Editorial 

F Feature 

G Features in a Series 

H Editorials in a Series 

I Calendar/ Schedule 

J Commentary 

K Commentary in a Series 

L Letter to the editor 

M Map 

N News 

O 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 

BYL (By-line) 

A15 ADAMS, ALLISON 

A20 ADAMS, JACK 

A54 ANDREWS, MARK 

BIO BAZEN, LOIS 

B26 BERMAN, RITA 

B30 BEST, KIM 

B46 BOLICK, SANDY HOYLE 

B51 BONDS. LOU 

B61 BOSWELL, CARL 

B66 BRITT, TONY 



B71 BROILI, SUSAN 

B81 BROWN, PAUL 

B93 BURK, RICH 

C09 CARSON, AL 

C19CARVER,VEN 

C36 CHANDLER, CHARLES 

C42 CHRISTENBURY, M. L. 

C52 COONS, KIP 

C56 COOPER, CHARLES 

DOS DAMIANO, TERESA 

D18 DASCENZO, FRANK 

D43 DIXON, WYATT 

D71 DRUM, KEITH 

EOS EASON, NATALIE 

E46 ELLIOTT, JIM 

E93 EVANS, JOHN 

F25 FEATHERSTON, AL 

F30 FERRELL, RON 

F68 FREDERICK, DON 

F78 FRIEDMAN, BARBARA 

G09 GARRETT, NANCY 

G19 GARTE, GERRY 

G33 GENTRY, JERRY 

G43 GERMING, HUGO 

G53 GILKESON. BILL 

G68 GREENBERG, BLUE 

G78 GRIFFIN, LIB 

H09 HARRELL, CARLTON 

H19 HASWELL, JOEL 

H39 HIGGINS, ED 

H45 HODGES, BETTY 

H49 HODGES, ED 

H55 HOLLINGSWORTH, HARRY 

H60 HOLMES, JACK 

H68 HOWARD, ALISON 

J06 JALUVKA, LYNN 

J50 JONES, H.G. 

J52 JONES, JULIE 

J58 JONES, RICHARD 

J66JOVA, CAROL 

K90 KREUZWIESER, MARK 

L25 LEE, BILL 

L30 LEE, ELEANOR 

L34 LEE, ELIZABETH 

L41 LITTLE, LOYD 

L57 LOUGEE, GEORGE 

M09 MCPHERSON, KATHRYN 

M19MCQUAY,J0E 

M23 MARKELL, MARY 

M27 MERRITTS, JOAN 

M51 MICHAEL, KAMMIE 

M56 MICHAELS, GAIL 

M66 MOORE, HAROLD 

M71 MORRIS, RON 

M95 MURPHY, TRACEY T. 

N25 NEAL, KATHY 

046 OLIVER, TOM 

P07 PACE, LEE 

P45 PLAISANCE, PAT 

P55 POWELL, CHRIS 

P66 PURCELL, TRIP 

R09 RAINS, JOHN 

R56 ROGERS, V. C. 

R66 ROTH, JOHN 

R71 ROULE, BOB 

R76 ROUSE, MIKE 

R81 ROWE, CHARLES 

R91 RUMPLE, TONY 

S09 SATTERFIELD, CAROLYN 

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S19 SCOTT, RACHEL 
S36 SHERRILL, BOB 
S41 SHIPE, ERNIE 
S45 SINK, JOHN 
S51 SMITH, BILL 
S56 SMITH, DEBBIE 
866 SMITH, R. C. 
S71 SOLES, RICHARD 
S76 SPARKS, JIM 

581 STAGG, BILL 

582 STEELE, ALLEN 

583 STOVALL, MELINDA 
S91 SWAIM, RON 

T32 THOMAS, ASHLIN 

T37 THORNTON, JIM 

U57 UPCHURCH, KEITH 

V05 VANCIL, PAUL 

W09 WALL, DON 

W24 WEEING, HENRY 

W36 WHELESS, AL 

W45 WILLIAMS, GARLAND 

W60 WILSON, JIM 

W66 WISE, JIM 

XOl MCQUAY & BOSWELL 

X02 RUMPLE & THORNTON 

X03 RUMPLE & SPARKS 

X04 KREUZWIESER & DAMIANO 

X06 FRIEDMAN & MICHAEL 

X07 PACE & SWAIM 

X08 RUMPLE & HYMAN 

X09 MOORE & THORNTON 

XIO ANDREWS & MICHAEL 

XI 1 MARKELL & HOWARD 

X12 FERRELL & KREUZWIESER 

X13 FRIEDMAN & BROWN 

X14 WHELESS & MARKELL 

X15 DAMIANO & FERRELL 

X16 STOVALL & KREUZWIESER 

X17 UPCHURCH & FERRELL 

X18 STOVALL & UPCHURCH 

X19 GILKESON & VANCIL 

X20 COOPER & SPARKS 

X21 STOVALL & FERRELL 

X22 MARKELL & FERRELL 

X23 SMITH & BROWN 

X24 BOSWELL/DAMIANO/KREUZWIESER 

X25 ANDREWS & SCOTT 

X26 MARKELL & OSBORN 

X27 LEE & WHELESS 

X28 GILKESON & BONDS 

X29 SHERRILL & BROWN 

X30 ADAMS & BROILI 

X31 STOVALL & WHELESS 

X32 EASON & MCQUAY 

X33 UPCHURCH & KREUZWIESER 

X34 UPCHURCH & WHELESS 

X35 WEFING/MCPHERSON/FRIEDMAN 

X36 MCQUAY & UPCHURCH 

X37 EASON & KREUZWIESER 

X38 FRIEDMAN & SHERRILL 

X39 BROWN & BONDS 

X40 LITTLE & BROWN 

X41 BROWN & ANDREWS 

X42 EASON & STOVALL 

X43 BROWN & BOLICK 

X44 STOVALL & MARKELL 

X45 EASON & MARKELL 

X46 ANDREWS & BEST 

X47 ADAMS & JALUVKA 

X48 STOVALL & BOLICK 



MONTHLY/* 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 - 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



P4C6 
1/07/ 



T T 

L V 

PC L P evL 



* C P IBRO«0 ST. I , „„,, 

2 ARRESTgn FOP TAKING HOT DOGS 

A t P GRnCERY CHAIN 

SEE ALSO SUPERMARKETS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO SUPERMARKETS. U.S. 

ASP ECONOMIC NEWS! UNEMPLOYED? 5t OFF! 

A t T STATE UNIV. 

SEE N.C. ACT STATE UNIV. 

'-' °L?g^9in^ fS°Flik!:iASc^'S?Jli.G PROVES useful tool 

"'lirSsSMGE'S^gSSVi^L^'^SSf?! ^Pv^!gSb^?5S?R0L BOARD 

ABC BONDING CO. , , ,„ 

aFF'f!lll^i'lu?^EN§\?g^S^E''o^°BAIL BONDING COMPANY 
SUSPENSION OF ABC BONDING CO. LIFTED 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

A STRANGE CONCEPT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT 
LAW REVISION AFFECTS SOME SALES OF MINE 

ABC STORES 

He also BURLINGTON/GRAHAM ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ABC 

SEE ALSO JOSEPH SCHLIT2 BREWING CO. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

"haw RIVFR votes today on OPENING ABC STORE 
HAH RIVER VOTERS REJECT ABC STORE 
ELKIN VOTFRS APPROVE ABC STORE 
BOONE RESIDENTS TO VOTE ON ABC STORE 
BOONE VOTERS REJECT ABC STORE 
LEGISLATURE RECESSES; TAX BREAK IS ENACTED 
LIOUOR STORE MANAGER FACES CHARGES 

"^"eE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, "ABSCAM" INVESTIGATION 

"""see ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS FOR REFORM NOW lACORNI 

ACTION 

SEE ALSO PEACE CORPS 
GOOD NEWS> HUH? 

"''■SEE°AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR ANP CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 

AGA GAS 

S15-MILLI0N PLANT PLANNED 

ROOFING FIRM OPENS PLANT IN CHARLOTTE 



S 2 3/29/02 C 1 N 



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H 2 1/17/82 D 3 P U H*.? 



H 2 e/2«/82 A 9 N 
S 2 8/2'./82 B 12 N 
H 2 9/01/82 B i N 



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H 1 8/27/82 B I N 

H 2 U/07/82 D 11 N 



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SEE ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS FOR WOMEN (AIAHI 

AMOCO OIL CO. lACRONYMI 

AMOCO GETS OIL. GAS LEASES 

AMOCO GRANTED 23 LEASES TO N.C. LAND ,„„,,. 

AMOCO WANTS TO SEEK OIL. GAS IN UWHARRIE FOREST 

AMOCO LEASES DISPUTED 

TWO SIERRA CLUB MEN MI SIDENT IF lED 

2 OIL COMPANIES COMPETE TO LEASE STATE LAND 

TWO OIL FIRMS COMPETING TO DRILL IN LEE AND MOORE 

AMTRAK 

^^FATHEP.''sCIn''°NJUREO in TRAIN-TRUCK CRASH 

BARTENDER ON RAILS: LONG DAYS ON THE LONG ROAD 

TPAIN IS SEARCHED AFTER BOMB THREAT 

MAN FREES HOSTAGES FROM TRAIN IN RALEIGH 

HOSTAGES STILL HELD ON TRAIN 

PASSENGERS SHOCKED AS POLICE SWARM TRAIN 

San MAY HivE MACHINE GUN; POLICE TIGHTEN ST AT ION SECUR I TY 

GUNMAN SAYS WOMAN DEAD AS TRAIN STANDOFF CONTINUES: CLAIMS MAN SHOT 

MAN GIVES UP ONE pistol: HE T^LLS POLICE WOMAN. BABY DEAD ON TRAIN 

REACT AIDS RALEIGH POLICE „,^ 

TRAIN TRAGEDY ENDS; BABY. WOMAN DIE 

TPAIN GUNMAN HELD ON MURDER CHARGES 

POLICF DEFEND DECISION TO WAIT 

•NO REASON- FOR DEATH, DOCTOR SAYS , „ 

RALEIGH POLICE FIND CASH SCATTERED IN AMTRAK CAR 

OVER S5,000 FOUND AFTER SEIGE ENDED 

RALEIGH POLICE ASK MAN TO VISIT SIEGE SURVIVOR 

SECOND-GUESSING FUTILE , , , 

MAN FHRMALLY INDICTED IN TWO AMTRAK DEATHS 

INSANITY DEFENSE BEING PREPARED IN TRAIN DEATHS 

JOURNEYING 

ARRAIGNMENT DELAYED UNTIL JAN. 3 FOR NAVAS 

A. J. FLETCHER EDUCATIONAL AND OPERA FOUNDATION INC. 
GRANT COULO END SYMPHONY FUNDING WOES 
N.C. SYMPHONY IS AWARDED 8105,000 GRANT 



L. STANBACK MIDDLE SCHOOL ,, ,„ 

SEE STANBACK MIDDLE SCHOOL (ORAMGE CO., N. 



C.I 



A. L. WILLIAMS AND ASSOCIATES (ATLANTA, GEORGIA! 
EDITOR OF NEWSLETTER SUES INGRAM 
NEWSLETTER'S EDITOR SUES JOHN INGRAM 
ATTORNEY GENERAL INVESTIGATES INSURANCE CD. 
INGRAM DEFENDS NEWSLETTER PRO'E 

LAWYER: INSURANCE UNIT HURTS FREE SPEECH ,^,^„ 
INGRAM CROE'EO TO STOP SUPRES5I0N OF NEWSLETTER 
JOHN INGRAM RESCINDS LETTER 

A. PHILLIP RANDOLPH INSTITUTE 

MORE BLACK VOTERS REGISTER IN DURHAM 

ABANDONED CHILDREN 

SEE CHILD ABANDONMENT 

ABDOMINAL PREGNANCIES 
SEE PREGNANCY 



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5/06/82 
7/17/82 
7/18/82 
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12/03/82 
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10/10/82 A 
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10/12/82 A 
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10/12/32 A 
10/13/82 A 
10/13/82 A 
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ABELARO AND HELOISE lOPERA) 



montmly/anxual 

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INDEX 
12/31/82 



fi fS^S NATIONAL ABORTION RIGHTS ACTION LEAGUE INARALl 
If lhi§ ^.E: ^ibi?l?y!L^?^i'Ii?^ '°" ABORTION%IGSTf' 



J'lJNGLE TREATS: SOMETHING FO' <=VCRy TASTE 
??IS^\'Sc''nD^g!?^??5IE° ■" °"'E PROGRAM TfiuRSDAY 

"fri5s?^TS?E''Joi's"^3^1:?? '"^"^"^ 

A3ELAR0 c HELOISE: OPERA AT DUKE 

L2TH-CEVTURY DRAMA SUBORDINATES OPERA'S MMSTr 

•A6ELARD ANO HELOI sl • AT OUKE ^ "^ 

ABILENE. KANSAS 

ABILENE PUTS IN BID FOR NIXON'S LIBRARY 

ABORTION 

SEE ALSO eiRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO ?IRTHS. ILLEGITIMATE 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO Childless couples 
IP ?!-52 PflySES 

SEE 

see __. . _,..,, 

SEE ALSO planned parenthood 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SEE ALSO PRO-LIFE POLICY 

I'^E ?™^'''I°,''° ""-L MY HUSBAND FOR A LONG TIME 

-:[JisJ°^Sr'2i??°'^^' *^°"^'°'' "'^^■""^ 

ABORTION FUNDS 9AN HELMS' AIM 

;^l|-!!5 aiLL MOULD END U.S. ABORTION FUNDING 

'it^.^h !*^^ RECEIVE PETITIONS 

STATE ABORTION FuNC RUNS OUT 

SOME ABORTION FUNDS STILL AVAILABLE 

i!BSi"«^SSG°SN'l;SoR"T?oJ- '""^' "'°'" "^ "°«^'™ 
HELMS HAS nem abortion pill 

PANEL OKS AMENDMENT ON ABORTIONS 
A HOLOCAUST OF SBORTIONS 
ABORTION SUPPORTERS MORAL IDIOTS' 
RICHT-TO-LIFE GROUPS MORALLY ARROGANT 
YOUR MONEY FINANCES ABORTIONS 
GRUESOME OUTCOME OF LEGAL ABCRTION: 
4.000 LIVES TAKEN DAILY 
ABORTION RATIONAL SOLUTION FCP SOME 
REACTIONARY B"MBAST >^ ^" c 

ABORTION DOGMA 

JL%"lTjSi'-iSi''iY^?g5rc? ^■'°''"'"^^ "•"^''-^ 

SPEAK OUT ON NUCLEAR MAR 
PUBLICLY FUNDED ABORTIONS OPPD SEO 

ABORTION AND GCLOWATER 

WOMAN SUES OVER LOSS OF INTESTINE 

tOST INTESTINE SUBJECT OF LAWSUIT 



HUNDREDS OF BODIES 



DISMISSAL 



J^IlTiSr"^' "^ SRJUPS DEMAND mYNGAARDEN'S 
71511??."*= HANDICAP BROUGHT DEPRESSION 
ABijRTION ATTS-PT CAUSED DEPRESSION 
HEL-S WON'T JOI-* CALL FOR DIS"ISSAL 
H^I'^"M?f?c?l!;''5 " "OLITIcliL TIGHTROPE 

?.rc!?s'^:ii''^Bj5?j^i^ '" """" ^^^""^ 
rssrAj^iisss'SAOi°?jigsN'nL"" ^"^^^^ ^° -°'"< 

PLAINTIFF SAYS SHE WORKS 
ABORTION TRIAL FNDS ABRUPTLY 

So''??l?L^S:i^ES"§''Jl?STi?" '^ '«°"'°'' "^^ 

ABORTION FUNDS RUN OUT FOR 2,D00 

N.C.'S Two SENATORS PROTECT THE UNBORN 

iSII::'???'^'-'' LETTERS PROPAGANDA 

APPALLING SLANDER 

LETTER UNSUBSTANTIATED 

^llylTlJ-E REPORTS: THE SOURCE': 

*E2!TIDN LETTER 'LACED WITH HATRED' 

CAMPAIGN SKILLS WILL BE TOPIC 

GUcSTS UNWANTED AT 'PRO-CHOIC=' MEETING 

ABORTION SUPPORTERS BECAMf liJio 

cirfV^^J^fi'^"''^'^^ ^^'"E KEY aUESTIONS 

SfIW„9EE5N'T POSSESS RIGHTS 

DISTORTED ACCOUNT GIVEN OF MEETING 

LEAGUE NOT RACIST 

PRO-CHOICE GROUP'S POSITION DISTORTED 

ABORTION ANALOGY ABSURD "'iUR'tD 

ySERALS FILIBUSTER HELMS' BILL 



r^J^FoS???i?c 7;lfJ'0 "UKTING^ LARGER CAUSE 
BANS ?AIL ROUND ON ABORTION. PRXye 

i.^'tJ:!?.",?-^"- WANS KILLED EACH 
Sc?„J'^iiSI^..^*'E 'UNWANTED' MUST STO 
RfG;ilE3S?'KJ?SE'Rr ''"'^"'°" 

55§tI'?^ R*ici|5"' °' "^•'*"' "'-"'5 

HEL-S CONDEMNS ABORTICN 
*5?°I'?f .!-E'''T?RS 'WRONG' 



YEAR 
STOP 



sH§w'i;j*iio5j?oN'^tAj?E§''"' "°''"°'' "^^^ 

'Et^^NT FAILURES TARNISH HELMS' IMAGE 
4„wOM4N'S BODY HER OWN "USINESS 

l3R'c';pS.5l%'L'-rf?lRVS0N'^" "'^'■' WEAKNESSES 

:in%tvi'^.'jiiriiiiu fi°ssi9,'""Es first 

"9r*!°;iI3" ARGUMENTS BASED DN MYTHS 
WHcN A FETUS BECO-ES HUMAN 
FETUS HUMAN AT ANY STAGE 
PRO-LIFE ARGUMENT REBUTTED 
V5S S'?'^" CONTROL TO CUT ABORTIONS 
Rt?oRf,ic?'-*^E°'<" OPPOSING ABORTION 
'^MS?2'ESr.l'""^"5^5 FOR KILLING BABIES 
JUDGE WON'T BLOCK ABORTION FUNDS 

A3SCAM 

SEE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION. "ABSCAM" INVESTIGATION 



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3/19/82 A 
9/20/82 A 
3/20/92 A 
8/20/92 A 
3/22/82 C 
9/22/82 D 
8/29/82 D 
3/29/82 D 
9/01/82 A 
9/03/92 A 
9/06/92 A 
9/06/82 A 
9/07/92 A 
9/11/82 A 
9/15/82 B 
9/16/82 A 
9/19/92 D 
9/20/92 A 
9/21/"2 A 
9/22/82 A 
9/22/92 J 
9/26/92 A 
9/26/-e2 A , 
9/26/92 
9/29/B2 A 
9/30/82 A 
10/03/82 A 
10/15/82 A 
10/23/92 A 
10/26/82 A 
11/12/82 A 
11/21/82 C 
10/19/92 A 
12/21/«2 C 



M66 

A20 



13 
I 
5 



L 
N 
P P 
F 
P N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
E 
L 
N 
N 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 

N H60 
N 
' N 
L 

N B51 
N 
N 

N B51 
N 
N 
E 
E 
L 
L 
N 
L 
N 

N 351 
N 
L 
N 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
N 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
N 

N W36 
N 
N 
L 
E 
N 
L 
L 
L 
L 
E 



MONTHLY/4 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/32 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 3 
1/07/93 



ABSENCE OF MALICE (FILMI , „^ 

•MALICE': WEAK SCRIPT, SILLY IDEA 

ABSENTEE BALLOTS 

SEE ALSO WRITE-IN BALLOTS ,^^.„ 
ABSENTEE-VOTING CHANGES LIKELY 
BALLOTS AVAILABLE 

DEADLINE IS THURSDAY „...„., 
ABSENTEE VOTERS CAN GET BALLOTS 
ABSfNTEF BALLOT DEADLINE NEARS 
ABSENTEE BALLOTS ACCEPTED 

ABSENTEE BaClOT APPLICATIONS DUE NEXT THURSDAY 
A=S=NTEE BALLOT DEADLINE IS TODAY 
SINGLF-STOP VOTING TODAY 
A0S6NTEE APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE 
DATES TO GET ABSENTEE ^BALLOT S SET 
ABSENTEE BALLOTS END THURSDAY 

FbI^To'^EXAMINE ABSENTEE BALLOTS 

ABUSED WOMEN 

SEE BATTERED WOMEN 

"il^'^ALlHSi DISCRIMINATION 
REPORTER DID THOROUGH JOB 
TENURE APPEAL CHANGES URGED 
WHITING DEFENDS 01 SMI SSAL OF T EACHER 
NCCU BIO FOR DISMISSAL DENIED 
JURY BEGINS 0ELI8ERATIONS IN SUIT AGAINST NCCU 

;i^S'fR?^L^'SRlER^E^S^?"ki-NC^3 nh^f ^S^IdED .500.000 

jrDe|.r??Aa^?L\f l5{T"RiLSNG°"Ii'B?P"uNUSUAL. BUT NOT RARE- 

"■*?!?''. f^n^DURHAM SUN, MOVIE BUFF OF THE YEAR CONTEST 

1981'° BEST? WHICH ARE THE YEAR'S TOP FILMS, PERFORMERS 
MOVIE BUFF CONTEST OPENS .„^„, ., 
OSCAR preview: FONDA ANO 'REDS'? 
TOM MITCHELL WINS MOV I E^BUFF ONTE ST 
DORIS SETTS RECEIVES RECOGNITION 

ACCIDENTS (GENEHALI ,.„„, 

WATCH OUT FOR HOLIDAY HAZARDS 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES. INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO AISPLANE5, SAFETY 
GRI" REMINDERS 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. JETS.^N.C. 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANE MALFUNCTIONS 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, EMERGENCIES 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, SAFETY 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, SMUGGLING 

ATLANTA PILOT DIES IN MOORE CRASH 

2 FOUND DEAD AFTER PLANE CRASH 

PROBE OF PLANE CRASH SHOULD BE FAST 

PLANE CRASH-LANDS; PILOT FOUND DtAD 

WOMAN PRAYED WHILE KEEPING AIRPLANE ALOFT 

AIRLINE, FAA RULED NEGLIGENT 

FAA RAPS RULING 

TWO DIE IN CRASH NEAR JACKSONVILLE 

PLANE CRASH KILLS PILOT. INJURES DAUGHTERS 

2 PEOPLE KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 

2 N.Y. MEN KILLED IN AIRPLANE CRASH 
VA. MAN KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 
N.C. SOLON DIES IN CRASH OF AIRPLANE 

PLANE CRASH KILLS LEGISLATOR , , ^„ .r^.c, .rno 
CAUSE SOUGHT FOR PLANE CRASH THAT KILLED LEGISLATOR 
WRECKAGE OF PLANE FOUND ,„.,^ 

DURHAM NATIVE DIES IN AIRPLANE CRASH ,„.,^ 
HUDSON, DURHAM NATIVE, DIES IN AIR SHOW CRASH 
STALL BLAMED IN CRASH OF PLANE 
TWO INJURED IN PLANE CRASH 
COURT UPHOLDS AWARDS 
PLANE CRASHES NEAR PARKWAY 

3 SURVIVE PLANE CRASH OVER PARKWAY 

HOMEMADE PLANE CRASHES: PILOT KILLED ^,,,cn ■> 

INVESTIGATORS BEGIN PROBE OF "LANE CRASH THAT KILLED 3 
SAFETY BOARD OFFICER PROBING PLANE CRASH 

AUTOPSY REVEALS CRASH DEATH CAUSE ^ 

OFFICIALS SAY PLANE DOWN AFTER LEAVING RDU AIRPORT 

RALEIGH MAN SURVIVES SINGLE-ENGINE PLANE CRASH 

PILOT SURVIVES PLANE CRASH 

PLANE CRASH KILLS ST. LOUIS MAN 

PILOT KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 

MAN IS KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 

PLANE REPORTED DOWN IN OCEAN 

SEARCH SUSPENDED FOR LOST PLANE 

PLANE CRASHES ON TEST FLIGHT 

MAN HURT IN APEX PLANE CRASH 

ACCIDENTS. AIRPLANES. U.S. 
SEE ALSO AIRLINE DEATHS 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, SAFETY 

^^^£""0? oic°^CRisH VICTIMS FORMERLY DURHAM RESIDENT 
FORMER RESIDENT IN CRASH 
PLAIN BAD LUCK? 
THE HF RO 

N.C. DIVERS SEARCHED POTOMAC ;0R VICTIMS 
N.C. FAMILY FOUND DEAD IN WRECKAGE OF RENTED PLANE 
LACK OF FLIGHT PLAN SAID REASON SEARCH DELAYED 
FORMER DURHAM OFFICIAL IS KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 
PORTSMOUTH OFFICIAL KILLED IN CRASH WAS DURHAM NATIVE 
G.R. HOUSE JR., FORMER OFFICIAL , _^ 
PLANE MAKES EMERGENCY LANDING ON 1-65 
RALEIGH MAN KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 
TAR HEEL KILLED ,„ , 

CHARLOTTE COUPLE AMONG VICTIMS OF PLANE CRASH 
A CHARRED CHAPTER 

LOOTERS ARE VULTURES , ^ .-„., 

WOMAN SERVING LIFE TERM ATTENDS PARENTS' FUNERAL 
3 KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 

CHAPEL HILL MAN KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 
THREE N.C. MEN INJURED IN CRASH OF SHALL PLANE 
THREE SURVIVE 

SEARCH OF PLANE DELAYED ,,,, . 

DURHAM MAN DAD OF PLANE CRASH VICTIM 
SON OF DURHAM MAN KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 

ACCIDENTS. ANIMALS 

HORSE KILLED BY AUTO 



»ND SONGS? 







S 


I 


T 




S E 




1- 


1 






P D 


DATE 


C 


PG L 




BYL 


H 2 


l/2<»/B2 





A 


R 


S66 


S ? 


1/25/82 


c 




N 




H ' 


2/13/82 


B 




N 




S 2 


2/16/82 


A 




N 




S 2 


2/16/82 


H 


10 






H 1 


2/1T/82 


B 








S ? 


5/0<./e2 


3 




N 




H 1 


6/19/82 


(. 








H 2 


7/22/82 


A 


13 






S 7 


7/22/82 


A 


12 






S 2 


8/ 7/82 


H 




N 




H ? 


8/ 8/82 


B 




N 




H 1 


10/23/82 


(. 








S 2 


11/23/82 


B 


10 


N 




H 2 


11/25/82 


A 


20 


N 





S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

5 2 



1/08/82 
2/20/82 
ll/n/82 
11/12/82 
11/16/82 
11/16/82 
11/17/82 
U/17/82 
ll/l<l/82 



N M23 

N 

N W2A 

N W2'V 

N EOS 

N W2A 

N 

N W2<i 



3/D'./82 D 1 P F 

3/17/62 A 16 C N 

3/19/82 D 7 P U S66 

',/01/82 D 3 P N 871 

<,/De/82 2 P N 



H 2 11/28/82 A 21 



H 2 9/15/82 A 



H 2 


1/04/82 


B 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/08/82 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/08/82 


C 


I 


N 


H 2 


1/11/82 


B 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/12/82 


B 


9 


N 


H 2 


2/03/82 


B 


14 


N 


H 2 


2/0<./82 


A 


14 


N 


H 2 


2/15/82 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


3/08/82 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


3/19/82 


c 


18 


N 


H 2 


3/20/82 


B 


4 


N 


H 2 


3/23/B2 


A 


12 


N 


S 2 


4/05/82 


c 


3 


N 


H 2 


4/07/82 


B 


4 


P N 


H 2 


4/08/82 


A 


7 


N 


H 2 


4/17/92 


A 


3 


N 


S 2 


5/03/82 


C 


2 


N 


H 2 


5/03/82 


A 


I 


N 


H 2 


5/05/82 


c 


9 


N 


S 2 


5/17/92 


c 


3 


N 


H 2 


6/08/92 


A 


14 


N 


H 2 


6/16/82 


9 


4 


N 


S 2 


6/16/82 


C 


16 


N 


H 2 


7/21/82 


A 


8 


N 


S 2 


7/25/92 


A 


1 


N EDS 


H I 


7/27/82 


B 


1 


N L30 


S 2 


7/27/92 


B 


1 


N EDS 


H 2 


8/05/82 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


8/05/82 


A 


1 


N S83 


H 2 


8/05/82 


B 


1 


P N 


H 2 


8/30/82 


a 


1 


N 


H 2 


11/14/82 


A 


4 


N 


H 2 


11/29/82 


A 


11 


N 


H 2 


12/13/82 


B 


7 


N 


S 2 


12/13/82 


A 


2 


N 


H 2 


12/23/82 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


12/27/82 


A 


1 


P N 



1/15/82 A 
1/15/82 C 
1/17/82 D 
1/20/82 A 
1/31/82 A 
3/04/92 A 
3/05/82 B 
5/29/82 A 
5/30/82 C 
5/31/82 B 
5/23/32 A 
7/09/82 A 
7/11/82 A 
7/11/82 A 
7/16/82 A 
7/19/82 A 
7/20/82 A 
7/26/82 A 
9/02/82 A 
9/28/82 A 
9/28/82 A 
10/18/82 A 
12/17/82 C 
12/17/82 C 



10 
1 
1 
9 
2 
8 

12 



N A54 
N 



S 2 1/29/82 C 



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1/01/83 - 



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ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CARi^BOaCI 

YOUTH HURT IN ACCIDENT 

lrJ9nl!T'"',PIT^'""'*f <^WSS OF CHAPEL HILL WOMAN'S DEATH 

ACCIDENT VICTIM HAG HEART ATTACK 

OFFICIAL: LUKIe ED-AROS DIED 3f A HEART ATTACK 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CHAPEL HILL 

5 PEOPLE HURT IN PIZARRE ORANGE JRECK 

HIT-AND-RUN DRAUS CHARGES 

CHAPEL HILL COLLISION INJURES 1 

aOY HIT BY CAP IN CHAPEL HILL 

AUTOMOBILE STRIKES CHAPEL HILL WOMAN 

CAR HITS DURHAM COUPLE ON STREET IN CHAPEL HILL 

CAR STRIKES MAN IN CHAPEL HILL 

DURHAM TEEN HELD FOLLOWING AC:iOENT 

DURHAM TEEN CHARGED IN CHASE, HIT-RUN WRECK 

TWO PEDESTRIANS HURT IN SEPARATE ACCIDENTS 

CAR HITS^STUDENT^' ^*''' '".' ^'^^^ "* STAPLE CONDITION 

OFFICER INJURED IN WRECK 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DRIVING, HAZARDOUS CO^DITIONS 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, DURHAM COUNTY 
RAIN CAUSES SEVERAL ACCIDENTS 
TWO MEN INJURED IN ACCIDENT 

DURHAM DRIVERS RATTLE SNOW, FREEZING RAIN 
STORM FLAYS DURHA" ROADS 
ICY STREETS CAUSE ACCIDENTS 
POLICE CAR CRASH CAUSES SS,001 DAMAGE 
TWO DURHAM OSOS INJURED IN WRECK 
5 CARS DAMAGED IN 2 ACCIDENTS 

FCG. ICY ROADS HAMPER TRIANGLE TRANSPORTATION 
ICY TRIANGLE ROADS LEAD TO 12 WRECKS 
ICY ROACS CAUSE AT LEAST 12 WRECKS 

9'ii'ttT J'?r'?l °'|5 "^ crash: -IIS MOTHER FACES CHARGE 
INFANT KILLED «HEN CAR DRIVEN BY MOTHER WRECKS 

DURHAM WOMAN DIES IN CRASH 

POLICEMAN FINOS WIFE KILLED IN CRASH 
AMBULANCE COLLIDES WITH CAR, 2 INJURED 

DANGE'OUS CROSSING FOR DRIVERS 
WRECK INJURES MAN 

Z-CAR ACCIDENT INJURES 3 

THE HAZZARDS OF DUKE TOWN (CA5T00NI 

MAN HIT BY CAR 

MAN TREATED, RELEASED AFTER BEING MIT BY CAR 

DUKE PROFESSOR HURT IN TWO-CAR COLLISION 

PORTWOOD IS STABLE AFTER WRECK 

JUDGES SET TONE IN WAR ON DUI5 

PEDESTRIAN HIT BY CAR 

CAR OVERTURNS ON GUESS ROAD 

ONE DIES AS CAR SKIDS, CLIPS 'OLE ON ANGIER 

WRECK KILLS DURHAM MAN 

CAR HITS BUILDING, KILLS MAN 

CAR HITS ST"RE: BYSTANDER KIUED 

FATALITY HEARING FRIDAY 

1 HURT IN WRECK 

WRECK VICTIM IS STABLE 

Two DURHAM RESERVE OFFICERS INJURED IN WRECK 

POLICE: DEFENDANT »AS BACKING OUT OF DRIVE 

MAN FACES INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER CHARGES 

PANEL TO RECEIVE WRECKER REPORT 

WOMAN INJURED AS CARS COLLIDE 

WOMAN HURT IN WRECK 

DUKE OFFICER HIT 

STRUCK OFFICER RELEASED 

PSO CARS INVOLVED IN TWO ACCIDENTS; FOUR PERSONS HURT 

jIRL in guarded CONDITION AFTER BEING STRUCK BY CAR 

CHILD'S CONDITION CRITICAL BUT STABLE ">- = '-■< 

SPEEDING CHARGES FILED 

3 HURT IN ACCIDENT 

DURHAM MAN KILLED BY HIT-ANO-RUN DRIVER 

DRIVER SOUGHT IN DEATH 

REWARD IS OFFERED IN HIT-AND-5UN DEATH 

POLICE ARPEST MAN IN HIT-RUN DEATH 

MAN CHARGED IN HIT-AND-RUN 

2-YEAR-CLD DURHAM BOY HIT BY ' AR 

CHILD HIT BY CAR, NO CHARGES ^ILED 

2-YEAR-OLD IS RELEASED 

GROUP DEMANDS MURDER CHARGES 

OANgIrousSas"^^ '"" "*'■'■• ''^"'"'° ■^UXOER CHARGES 

MAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT 

1-65 PQTTLENECK 

RAIN CAUSES ACCIDENT 

SHA'EN, BUT UNHURT 

HAN CHARGED IN WRECK 

WOMAN ESCAPES INJURY WHEN CAR RUNS OFF ROAD 

HIT-AND-RUN VICTIM STABLE 

ONE SERIOUSLY HURT IN ACCIDENT 

HAN, OFFICER HURT IN WRECK 

PV5"?!;,''''''-' '' '5 KILLED AFTER BEING STRUCK BY AUTO 

CAR FATALLY INJURES 5-YEAR-OLO 

WITNESS SEES TWO STEALING HUB CAPS 

WRECK HURTS DURHAM "AN 

CAR STRIKES, KILLS YOUNGSTER 

<.-YEAP ?L0 DURHAM CHILD KiLLEO WHEN HIT BY CAR 

WOMAN TRAPPED IN ACCIDENT 

WOMAN INJURED 

AUTO WRECK INJURES MAN 

DUI CHARGE FILED IN CRASH 

DUI CHARGES FILED IN WRECK 

HAN CHARGED IN ACCIDENT 

WRECK KILLS DURHAM BOY 

MAN KILLEO ON FREEwAY 

OFFICERS PROBING WRECK 

THREE CARS COLLIDE 

WRECK INJURES 3 

BICYCLE RIDER IS HIT BY CAR, INJURED 

CAR HITS, INJURES MAN 

POLICE OFFICERS RESPOND TO 3-C AR WRECK ON OUKE 

THREE SLIGHTLY INJURED IN THRF E- VEH IC LE CRASH 

WRECK VICTIMS RELEASED 

CHILD IS IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

CHILD HIT BY CAR, IN STABLE CONDITION 

3-CAR WRECK HURTS NO ONE 

ONE-SIDED STQRY 

DURHAM M»N, 1 OTHER DIE IN CA5-MACHINE CRASH 

INJURED HAN TREATED, RELEASED 

ALCOHOL FIGURES IN WRECK 

WRECK HURTS 2 

MAN FACES DRUG CHARGES AFTER WRECK 

THREE KILLED IN AREA ACCIDENTS 

FOUR DIE IN TWO WRECKS 

ONE HURT IN WRECK 



S 2 1/29/62 A 8 

S 2 l2/20/»2 C 5 

H 2 12/21/B2 A 17 

S 2 12/21/82 C 7 



1/22/82 
2/13/62 
2/13/02 
3/10/82 
3/11/82 
3/15/82 
3/19/82 
3/31/32 
'>/01/e2 
3/30/82 
9/03/82 
9/03/82 
10/21/82 



10 
7 
1 
2 
6 
3 
1 

13 
3 

II 



N M23 
N 



H 2 


1/01/82 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


10/02/82 a 


q 


N 


S 2 


1/13/82 A 


i 


P N D08 


H 2 


1/14/82 A 


1 


P N 


S 2 


1/15/82 A 


I 


p N 008 


S 2 


1/13/82 A 


3 


N U57 


H 2 


1/19/62 B 


6 


N 


S 2 


1/19/62 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/20/82 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/23/62 A 


1 


N U57 


H 2 


l/2<./32 A 


1 


N 


S 2 


l/2<-/82 A 


I 


N 


H 2 


1/27/82 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


l/2-'/82 A 


1 


P N U57 


H 2 


1/23/62 A 


1 


N AS4 


S 2 


2/09/32 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


2/13/32 A 


5 


L 


H 2 


2/18/82 B 


2 


P P M66 


S 2 


2/20/32 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


2/21/62 D 


5 


T T P45 


H 2 


3/02/82 A 


9 


N 


S 2 


3/02/62 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


3/17/82 5 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/17/82 C 


12 


N 


S 2 


3/23/62 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


3/29/82 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


3/29/82 B 


1 


P P M66 


H 2 


4/03/62 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


'./03/e2 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


<>/06/62 A 


1 


P B M66 


H 2 


4/06/82 a 


I 


N 


S 2 


4/06/82 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


4/07/82 a 


1 


N 


S 2 


4/08/82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


4/10/62 B 


1 


P P R91 


H 2 


4/12/52 A 


10 


N 


S 2 


4/12/62 C 


2 


N 


S 2 


4/13/82 C 


1 


N K90 


M 2 


4/19/82 A 


12 


N 


S 2 


4/19/82 A 


7 


N 


S 2 


4/19/62 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


4/20/82 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


4/25/32 C 


1 


N M51 


5 2 


4/29/62 A 


1 


N U57 


H 2 


4/30/82 A 


2 


N 


S 2 


4/30/82 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


5/01/62 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


5/04/62 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/C5/82 B 


I 


N 


S 2 


5/05/82 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/07/82 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


5/07/32 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


5/03/82 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/09/82 A 


12 


N 


S 2 


5/10/32 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


5/11/62 B 


I 


N 


S 2 


5/11/32 C 


4 


N 


H 2 


5/12/82 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/14/62 A 


7 


N 


H 2 


5/18/62 A 


1 


P P R91 


S 2 


5/20/82 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/21/82 A 


7 


» P M66 


S 2 


5/21/62 A 


5 


N 


S 2 


5/22/82 A 


13 


N 


S 2 


6/07/62 A 


7 


N 


S 2 


6/03/62 a 


I 


N 


S 2 


6/19/62 A 


3 


' N 


H 2 


6/20/62 A 


1 


N 


S 2 


6/21/82 3 


1 


N 


S 2 


7/01/82 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


7/17/82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


7/29/62 3 


1 


N 


S 2 


7/29/82 C 


6 


N 


S 2 


3/05/62 A 


1 


> P R91 


H 2 


3/06/82 A 


10 


> P R91 


H 2 


3/07/62 A 


.1 


N 


H 2 


3/09/32 B 


12 


N 


S 2 


3/09/82 B 


6 


N 


S 2 


8/10/32 S 


1 


N 


H 2 


8/16/62 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/17/82 C 


P N 


S 2 


3/17/82 B 




N 


H 2 


3/20/32 i 


: P P R91 


S 2 


3/20/62 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/26/"2 3 


12 


N 


S 2 


3/23/82 A 20 


N 


S 2 


8/30/62 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


8/31/82 B 


5 


N 


S 2 


3/31/82 B 




N 


S 2 


9/03/62 C 




N 


H 2 


9/04/62 A 




N 


S 2 


9/D4/82 A 




N 


H 2 


9/06/82 A 




L 


S 2 


9/11/62 A 




N F30 


S 2 


9/11/82 A 




N 


S 2 


9/14/62 s 




N 


S 2 


9/18/32 A 




N 


H 2 


9/20/°2 A 




N 


H 2 


9/22/82 A 


I ^ 


N A54 


5 2 


9/22/62 A 


1 P 


N E05 


S 2 


9/Z2/fl2 a 




N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31792 



NO CHARGES PRESSED IN 2 FATAL ACCIDENTS 

MAN LISTED AS FAIR 

MAN CHARGED IN WRECK 

WOMAN HURT IN ACCIDENT 

TENNESSEE WOMAN HURT IN CAR WRECK 

2 HURT BADLY IN 1-CAR WRECK 

POLICE BELIEVE HEART ATTACK PROBABLE CAUSE OF WRECK 

WOMAN CHARGED IN COLLISION 

CHASE ENDS IN CRASH ON CLU6 BOULEVARD 

MAN FACES 8 CHARGES 

MAN INJURED IN WRECK 

CAR HITS DURHAM WOMAN 

3 PERSONS HURT IN CAR ACCIDENTS 
2 HURT IN ACCIDENT 

TWO HURT IN MOPEDt CAR WRECK 

(.-CAR WRECK INJURES TWO 

ACCIDENT HURTS 2 

CHILD STRUCK BY CAR, HURT 

CRASH INJURES MAN SLIGHTLY 

MAN HURT IN WRECK 

CHILD RECEIVES BROKEN LEG IN CAR ACCIDENT 

EXTRICATING WRECK VICTIM 

DRIVER IN CRASH ARRESTED AGAIM 

CAR FLIPS ON U.S. 15-501 

NO ONE HURT SERIOUSLY AS CAR >= L I P S 

TWO HURT IN THREE-CAR ACCIDENT ON 1-85 

VICTIM STILL NOT IDENTIFIED 

ACCIDENT VICTIM IN FAIR CONDITION 

DURHAM MAN DIES IN WRECK 

DRIVER FATALLY STRICKEN 

CAR WRECKS AFTER CHASE; ONE INJURED 

POLICE CHASE ENDS IN DURHAM MAN'S ARREST 

VEHICLE DAMAGES POWER LINE 

POLICE REPORT WRECK 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, DURHAM COUNTY 
STATE-OWNED CARS 

WOMAN IS KILLED ON ICE-GLAZED 1-85 
HORSE KILLED BY AUTO 
MAN HURT IN DURHAM WRECK 
DURHAM MAN HURT IN WRECK 
MAN IN WRECK HOSPITALIZED 

HEAD-ON COLLISION SERIOUSLY HJURES DURHAM MAN 
MAN IN STABLE CONDITION 
2 HURT IN MORNING CRASH 
BURNED BODY FOUND IN VAN 

PROEE CONTINUES INTO DEATH OF MAN FOUND NEAR BUTNER 
MAN FOUND IN BUR.mED VAN DIED AS RESULT OF FIRE, SAYS EXAMINE 
VAN FIRE CAUSED MAN'S DEATH 
VICTIM IDENTIFIED 
CAR OVERTURNS: TWO INJURED 
2 TREATED FOLLOWING ACCIDENT 
CAB DRIVER INJURED 

DEATH BY VEHICLE COUNTS DISMISSED IN NOV. 1 WRECK 
CHAPEL HILL TEEN DIES IN DURHAM COUNTY WRECK 
TEEN KILLED IN CAR COLLISION 
TEEN CHARGED IN WRECK 
TEEN CHARGED IN ACCIDENT 
•OLIVE'S TRAGEDY' LEFT SEVEN DEAD 
FOUR HURT IN WRECK ON 1-85 
DURHAM WOMAN IS KILLED IN CRASH 
FATAL WRECK IN DURHAM COUNTY 
GIRL KILLED IN JEEP ACCIDENT 
THREE KILLED IN AREA ACCIDENTS 
FOUR DIE IN TWO WRECKS 

NO CHARGES PRESSED IN 2 FATAL ACCIDENTS 
MAN LISTED AS FAIR 

WOMAN IN WRECK SERIOUSLY INJURED 
YOUTH DIES IN COLLISION 

MAN SERIOUSLY INJURED IN HREC< NEAR DURHAM 
MAN HURT IN WRECK 
REPORTER BADLY HURT 
MAN REMAINS CRITICAL 

2 HURT IN WRECK 

TWO BADLY HURT IN 1-CAR WRECK FOLLOWING CHASE 

REPORTER'S CONDITION 'CRITICAL' 

VICTIM STILL CRITICAL 

DURHAM MAN HURT AS CAR WRECKS ON BAHAMA ROAD 

ROBERT JOHNSON DIES OF INJURIES 

(. HURT IN WRECK IN DURHAM COU>< TY 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, INTERNATIONAL 
HER HIGHNESS 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, N.C. 

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

I'm TRAFFIC DEATH TOLL DECLINES ON N.C. ROADS 
OUI ARRESTS DURING '82 MAY TOP 83,000 IN N.C. 
GIRL, 10, INJURED IN ACCIDENT HAS CHRISTMAS 2 WEEKS LATE 
MISERY BROUGHT BY SIX INCHES Jf NEW SNOW 
RELIEF ON WAY AFTER PLUNGE INTO FREEZER 
ACCIDENT VICTIM IN PITT IDENTIFIED 
YOUTH KILLED IN AUTO WRECK 
CAR STRIKES, KILLS VANCE TEEN 
WOMAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 
RALEIGH MAN DIES IN CRASH 

3 TEENS DIE IN ACCIDENT 

FIVE DIE IN N.C. TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS 
BODY OF ACCIDENT VICTIM DISCOVERED 
WRECK VICTIM'S 900Y FOUND 
SENTENCE GIVEN IN TRAFFIC DEATH 
CAR OVERTURNS; TWO INJURED 
HE STOOD OUT FROM CROWD 
CHAPEL HILL MAN KILLED IN WRECK 
MAN FACES CHARGES IN FATAL WRECK 

2 N.C. TEENS DIE IN HEAD-ON C^ ASH 

PITTS»!ORO MAN CHARGED IN FATAL AUTOMOBILE CRASH 
ALAMANCE WOMAN DIES AFTER WRECK 

3 DIE IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS 
BURLINGTON MAN KILLED IN COLLISION 
2 TEEN-AGERS DIE IN CRASH 

MAN DIES IN ACCIDENT 

AUTO WRECKS FATAL TO THREE 

SERVICES TODAY FOR WRECK VICTIM 

NINE FATALITIES ARE PREDICTED IN STATE FOR EASTER WEEKEND 

APEX MAN DIES IN CAR WRECK 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH HIT-PUN 

PITTSBORO MAN, 26, KILLED AS HIS CAR FLIPS, HITS TREE 

15 DIE IN N.C. TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS 

EASTER HOLIDAY DEATH TOLL AT \5 

FOUR PEOPLE ARE KILLED IN WREZK NEAR RICHLANDS 

<> DIE IN WRECK 

■TISH' HODGE DIES AFTER AUTO CRASH 



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P D 


DATE 


C 


PG I 


P 


8YL 




H 2 


9/23/82 


e 


1 


N 


A54 




S 2 


9/23/?2 


A 


5 


N 






S 2 


9/23/82 


c 


5 


N 






H 2 


9/25/82 


A 


11 


N 






S 2 


9/25/82 


A 


13 


N 






S 2 


9/29/82 


c 


1 


N 






H 2 


9/30/82 


A 


1 


N 






H 2 


10/03/82 


C 


1 


N 






H 2 


I0/l)<./92 


3 


1 


N 






S 2 


10/0*/B2 


C 


2 


N 






H 2 


10/12/82 


B 


I 


N 






H 2 


10/13/82 


B 


5 


N 






H 2 


0/17/82 


A 


1* 


N 


M51 




S 2 


0/18/82 


A 


6 


N 






H 2 


0/23/82 


C 


I 


N 






H ? 


11/03/82 


A 


2 


N 






S 2 


l/0<./82 


A 


12 


N 






H 2 


1/05/82 


A 


13 


N 






H 2 


11/05/82 


A 


13 


N 






S 2 


1/05/82 


B 


<. 


N 






S 2 


11/05/82 


C 


2 


N 






H 2 


1/07/82 


C 


1 P P 


M66 




H 2 


1/09/82 


A 


9 


N 






H 2 


11/10/82 


B 


4 


N 






S 2 


1/10/82 


C 


12 


N 






S 2 


1/25/82 


c 


1 


N 






H 2 


2/20/82 


B 


1 


N 






S 2 


2/20/82 


c 


1 


N 






5 7 


2/21/82 


A 


1 


J N 






H 2 


12/22/82 


A 


1 1 


N 






H 2 


2/28/82 


a 


1 


N 


A54 




S 2 


2/28/82 


B 


1 


N 






S 2 


12/29/62 


C 


1 


N 






S 2 


12/31/82 


C 


1 


N 






H 2 


1/21/82 


A 


4 


L 






H 2 


1/23/82 


A 


1 


N 






S 2 


1/29/82 


c 


2 


N 






H 2 


2/10/82 


c 


7 


N 






S 2 


2/10/82 


c 


19 


N 






S 2 


2/15/82 


c 


1 


N 






H 2 


2/16/82 


A 


9 


N 






S 2 


2/16/82 


B 


1 


N 






S 2 


2/23/82 


8 


1 


N 






H 2 


2/25/32 


A 


24 


N 






S 2 


2/25/82 


A 


1 


N 


U57 




H 2 


2/26/82 


B 


1 


N 


A54 




S 2 


2/26/82 


C 


I 


N 






S 2 


2/27/82 


A 


I 


N 






H 2 


3/03/82 


A 


2 


N 






S 2 


3/03/82 


A 


6 


N 






H 2 


«./08/82 


A 


17 P P 


C56 




H 2 


<i/30/82 


A 


13 


N 






S 2 


6/07/62 


A 


1 


N 


U57 




H 2 


6/08/82 


A 


10 


N 






H 2 


6/12/82 


A 


5 


N 






S 2 


6/12/82 


A 


14 


N 






H 2 


7/11/82 


C 


1 


U 


L57 




H 2 


8/07/82 


B 


1 


N 






H 2 


8/29/82 


A 


1 


N 






H 2 


8/30/82 


A 


9 


' P 


M66 




S 2 


8/30/82 


A 


13 


N 






H 2 


9/22/82 


A 


I 


> N 


A54 




S 2 


9/22/82 


A 


1 


J N 


EOS 




H 2 


9/23/82 


S 


1 


N 


A54 




S 2 


9/23/82 


A 


5 


N 






H 2 


1/13/82 


C 


16 


N 






H 2 


1/21/82 


C 


I 


N 






H 2 


2/06/82 


A 


8 


N 






S 2 


12/06/82 


C 


1 


N 






H 2 


12/07/82 


A 


6 


N 






S 2 


12/07/82 


B 


1 


N 






S 2 


12/08/82 


C 


1 


N 






H 2 


12/09/82 


A 


24 


N 






H 2 


12/09/82 


A 


24 


N 






S 2 


12/09/82 


C 


1 


N 






H 2 


12/11/82 


A 


10 


N 






H 2 


12/12/82 


C 


10 









H 2 


12/26/82 


A 


11 


N 







H 2 9/17/82 A 4 



H 2 


1/01/82 


A 


6 P 


N 


H 2 


1/03/82 


C 


2 


N 


H 2 


1/06/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


1/09/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


1/15/82 


A 


1 P 


N 


H 2 


1/17/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/26/82 


A 


11 


N 


H 2 


1/31/82 


A 


15 


N 


S 2 


2/01/82 


c 


1 


N 


H 1 


2/04/82 


B 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/07/82 


A 


13 


N 


S 2 


2/08/32 


A 


10 


N 


S 2 


2/15/82 


c 


5 


N 


5 2 


2/23/82 


A 


2 


N 


H 2 


2/24/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


2/24/82 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


3/03/82 


A 


2 


N 


H 2 


3/05/82 


A 


1 P 


N 


H 2 


3/07/32 


A 


9 


N 


S 2 


3/08/32 


C 


1 


N U57 


S 2 


3/08/82 


C 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/09/82 


A 


11 


N 


H 2 


3/12/32 


c 


10 





S 2 


3/15/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 2 


3/21/82 


A 


18 


N 


H 2 


3/21/32 


c 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/22/82 


c 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/23/32 


A 


7 


N 


S 2 


3/29/82 


c 


1 





H 2 


3/30/82 


B 


5 


N 


H 2 


4/05/82 


B 


9 





H 1 


4/03/82 


B 


1 


N 


H 2 


4/12/82 


B 


9 


N 


S 2 


4/12/82 


c 


2 


N 


H 2 


4/13/82 


A 


11 


N 


H 2 


4/14/32 


A 


12 


N 


S 2 


4/14/82 


C 


8 


N 


H 2 


4/15/82 


A 


14 






H0NTHLy/4N 



NUAL INDFX 

1/01/32 - 12/31/82 



Sn^t^jfis l^~^=,Pk'-^° "« T«o-C.a COLLISION 
TncrcHciif^ ^ '''0" CAS, THEN LcAV'=S 
i lof^lP; ""-"^ IN ON mourned! ^^ 
li5»l«rl Ji^yifS REPORTED 
ALAMANCE TtEN KlLLFO Tw eta rs.e^ 

?iv^g'5:8""""-^^sf°i . " 

13 PEOPLE DIE ON nIc. ROAOS 

u'?iPiS'nS^=? icClSISfs*''" """"^ ELECTROCUTED 

6 DIE ON N.C. ROAOS 

f;;«?|L yll-t PSO huIt in wreck 

Jt^'pt KILLED IN ACCIDENTS 

PRiNKL?N^'^S.??':SH^S°rN" c'R°A\i'' ''^'' "''■' °' l'«^ 
CHATHAM COUNTY YOUTH IN^^REcl 
25 TOWNS HAVE NO FATALITIF^ 

llljr«Pi|:r*ic??^i5T- -- B. IN ORANOE COUNTY 

CHARGE LOOMS IS FATAL CRA<;h 
SANFORO MAN DIES IN isECK 
AUTO CRASH FiTiL TO BtIbJ r.rcv 
SrECk'k?,', r\ir V°f"c« Sn'! 1*0 

M.i''n?^?'i-'' °'E IN CRASH 
fi^^l^^ "« ■'RECK 

STATE'S DEATH TOLL MOUNT'; Tn 17 
OOANGE WO-AN DIES IN HRFCK ^ 

-AKE COUNTY WOMAN 01 E S I N ACCI HFNT 

p Jitti? {;: s^ic^s" '"'°^"^° 

SjR^°;R?"K'fLi?0'SS\°^?rRSA"5s'^^"^° 

|„?„JS':iIg^??\5ic^^!° £" fe^E 

OXFORD UO-AN STRUCK BY TRUCK 
>-'ASH KILLS MAN IN VANCE CnilNTv 

Kf^L'^F^:;f,"*s„'\«°" -^"led""^' 

J;^^ R^Xi^ HILLS OFFICER "IT =Y CAR 

V?C?f2%S'cD^ilR?N\"'-^- ^"^' 
SERVrCS PLANNED FOR -RFrit wttttmc 

5.'N'"fS.^",';v?^^f AMA;gi8%?^^SiS^ 

FijF'Jir. I^'T *SAINST CHRYSLE5 

"I'>'|* OfEICIAL INjGrEO IN i^ECK 
'Tll.2llU\rLd^°n :Uh "■^^ HICRANT .ORKER 

MIlVT"!'"''-''-'"" ?ol?^IS:3^'^^ -"" 
^0 f#^fluBi«?^C5i^^!rig^g^wsioN 

MAN INJURED IN C0LL!S?0N-'^- '^ -EEKfND TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS 
vlrrf^"??';"'" "O"*" BILLED 
ciiSci?, ^J"-!- ''0' IDENTIFIED 

L^E?"!au;:f5^ii3%'??s45iR^-cV-?H-- - -- '- 

ACCIDENTS. AUTO, U.S. 

IP fM2 HIGHWAY SAFETY 

sIe itlo sJEED^f^MVlr"" "*"'C SAFETY ADMINISTRATION 



SUBJECT 



PAGE b 
1/07/83 



DATE 



E L Y 

C PG L P 3YL 



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



H 



H 2 

H 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H I 



4/15/82 I 
<./2I/B2 C 
'>/2'>/82 E 
'>/30/82 I 
5/02/52 C 
5/07/82 C 
5/11/62 A 
5/13/82 A 
5/17/82 A 
5/20/82 B 
i/Z2/ez A 
5/27/62 C 
5/29/82 A 
5/31/82 B 
5/31/82 A 
6/01/82 8 
6/04/82 C 
6/05/82 A 
6/13/82 A 
6/13/92 C 
6/20/»2 A 
6/20/62 A 
6/26/92 8 
6/27/82 A 
0/28/92 C 
7/05/62 C 
7/06/82 A 
7/07/82 C 
7/10/92 3 
7/11/32 B 
7/13/92 A 
7/15/62 A 
7/18/82 A 
7/19/82 c 
7/20/82 A 
7/25/82 C 
7/26/92 9 
7/30/92 ? 
7/30/92 ( 
7/31/92 i 
8/01/92 ; 
3/02/92 ! 
8/06/82 < 
8/06/92 < 
8/07/92 J 
3/08/82 C 
3/09/82 9 
3/09/92 c 
3/10/92 A 
3/16/82 C 
a/22/82 A 
3/28/92 B 
9/30/82 S 
3/30/82 3 
3/30/82 A 
9/05/62 C 
9/06/62 B 
9/05/82 C 
9/07/82 A 
9/12/92 C 
9/12/82 C 
9/13/82 B 
9/19/82 C 
9/23/92 A 
10/D3/82 A 
10/08/82 B 
10/09/92 B 
10/09/92 B 
10/11/92 A 
10/11/92 A 
10/13/82 A 
10/14/82 A 
10/17/82 C 
10/19/pj c 
10/23/82 A 
10/23/92 A 
10/23/92 A 
10/24/82 A 
10/24/92 C 
10/24/92 C 
10/25/92 A 
10/25/82 C 
10/25/92 3 
10/29/92 B 
10/29/92 C 
11/01/92 3 
11/03/82 C 
11/04/82 a 
11/05/82 C 
11/09/92 B 
11/08/92 C 
11/09/92 B 
11/10/92 A 
11/10/92 e 
11/13/82 A 
11/14/82 C 
11/14/92 C 
11/15/82 A 
11/15/92 B 
11/15/82 A 
11/17/82 3 
11/21/92 C 
11/27/82 A 
11/27/82 A 
11/29/92 8 
12/05/92 C 
12/07/82 C 
12/08/92 A 
12/08/62 C 
12/09/92 A 
12/13/62 B 
12/14/92 A 
12/20/52 3 
12/20/02 9 
12/20/92 C 
12/22/92 C 
12/26/82 A 
12/26/92 C 
12/27/82 s 
12/30/92 
12/30/82 



15 

3 

5 

15 

1 

22 

9 

9 

3 

1 

5 

14 

5 

7 

2 

7 

4 

4 

1 

6 

13 

13 

3 

9 



N SI9 



1 
3 
11 
1 
2 
7 
5 
1 

23 
1 
1 
1 

II 

II 
2 

23 
1 



2 
1 
1 
3 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
9 
I 

i 
I 

5 
5 
I 
3 
1 
12 
1 
5 t 



1 

10 
12 

1 
1 
2 
1 
24 
7 
2 
1 
1 
5 
I 
1 
2 



5 
17 



MONTHLY/* 



NMUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 7 
1/07/33 



THAT KILLED PSD- S SON 



^^luSllPHlErw^'MAS^SlEl- iHioLLI SIGN 
DURHAM BOY KILLED AT BEACH 
DURHAM POY DIES „,,„ 

YOUNG DRIVER CHARGED IN S.C. WRECK 
TEEN CHARGED IN DURHAM BOY'S 3EATH 
GRISLY STATISTICAL TALE 
N.C. MAN KILLED IN TENN. HREC<,^ 
TRAFFIC FATALITY BRINGS SENTENCE 

'^'l°,rlhoTc?Vol^\^^. TRAINS. DURHAM 

^'^A?hig/'sSJ°U!i5jE5''t^'T5AteRUCK CRASH 
ONE KILLED IN TRAIN-CAR CRASH 
VANCE SOPHOMORE KILLED 
SERVICES TOMORROW FOR CLAYTON 

ACCIDENTS. BALLOON 

^"r0Ve2 mJn'-OESCRIBES FIERY EXPLOSION OF BALLOON 

ACCIDENTS, BICYCLES program OV E OF BEST IN NATION 

SeNOERSON BIKF rider. 15. dies AFTER BEING HIT BY CAR 

BOY ON BIKE STRUCK. HURT 

CAR STRIKES 2 ON BIKE 

YOUTHS HIT BY AUTO RELEASED 

BICYCLE RIDER IS HIT BY CAR. INJURED 

BIKE WRECK HURTS MAN IN CHAPa HILL 

^Y^till is'y5'?TABLE CONDITIO. 
?i!S^EL'Sf^"^?jY^ris'^'i?lujK, KILLED ON I-.D 

ACCIDENTS. BOATS 

SEE ALSO BOAT SAFETY 

^^FOUP^MEN°On'baRGE ADRIFT OFF N.C. COAST 

ONE TEEN DIES AFTER CANOE CAPSIZES IN SOUND 
2 CHAPEL HILL TEENS RESCUED 

TSENS^TURN UP IN RIVER SEARCH 

^ RESCUED FROM TRAWLER , „ ^ 

MAJORITY OF BOATING DEATHS PREVENTABLE 

FISHERMEN RESCUED OFF COAST 

2 N.C. MEN ESCAPE FROM BURNING BOAT 

BOATS COLLIDE ON KERR LAKE; 3 INJURED 

SKI VICTIM REMAINS IN HOSPITAL 

DURHAM MAN SAVED FROM DAM'S DEADLY GRIP 

?rE*''M."Y"'H2^E"c"aSTR^Jgu"T|f fg |P|EOBOAT RACER ' S INJURIES 

DUKE GOLFER JOHN RYAN DIES IN BOAT ACCIDENT 

FISHERMAN LOST IN PAMLICO SOUND 

COAST GUARD RESCUES TWO ,„,..„ 

TWO SURVIVE NIGHT IN ROANOKE SOUND 

COAST GUARD BOAT SALVAGED 

SOVIETS SAVE 2 OFF N.C. COAST 

SOVIETS RESCUE TWO ADRIFT ON 3AFT 

TWO SHIPWRECK SURVIVORS LEAVE CARTERET HOSPITAL 

BOAT STRIKES BRIDGE PILINGS ,„.,t o.„c,, 

KETCH BATTLING HIGH SEAS OFF N.C .COAST SAVED „^ri,Fn 

FISHING BOAT RUNS AGROUND IN OREGON INLET; CREW RESCUED 

TRAWLER RUNs'"IgR0UN0^ THEN SINKS IN OREGON INLET 
DISABLED SLOOP FOUND; UNDER TOW OFF N.C. 

ACCIDENTS. BRIDGES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO BRIDGES. N.C. 

BOAT STRIKES BRIDGE PILINGS 

OUTER BANKS BRIDGE CLOSED 

BIRDGE TO BE OUT INDEFINITELY 

BRIDGE TO BANKS CLOSED , ,__„ 

FERRIES TO BE USED UNTIL BRIDGE REPAIRED ^, „ _ _,^ ^ 

GOVERNOR DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR OUTER BANKS 

LANDING CRAFT FERRYING VEHICLES 

?SiS^P^o^^ST^i3S &^J!cI2l"I'5?et on croatan bridge 

HUNT? BRIDGE REPAIRS TO BE FINISHED BY JANUARY 
FOOTING THE BRIDGE BILL 
FERRY SERVICE 

ACCIDENTS. BUSES , _„. „..,^. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. SCHOOL BUSES 
BUS DRIVER GIVEN SENTENCE FOR OUI 
NH HOLIDAY FOR TRAGEDY 
GRIM REMINDERS 

COUPLE FINOS BUS IN LIVING ROOM 
CHURCH BUS HITS POLE; FOUR CHILDREN INJURED 
COWAN LISTED IN GOOD CONDITION 
N.C. WOMAN INJURED IN ALABAMA WRECK 

ACCIDENTS. CARBON MONOXIDE 

SEE ALSO AUTO EXHAUST SYSTEMS 

§!iEfg^''sAYrc'iR^grSo5^X*?DE CAUSE OF WEATHER SPOON S' DEATHS 
CARBON MONOXIDE KILLED COUPLE. EXAMINER RULES 

ACCIDENTS. CHILDREN 

YOUTH INJURED WHILE SLEDDING 
PREVENTION IS KEY IN CHILD SAFETY LAW 

*"iETlL'so'c25i?§PULMONARY RESUSCI TATION 
SEE ALSO HEIMLICH MANEUVER 
SEE ALSO STRANGULATIONS 

BOY SAVES CHOKING CLASSMATE 

DURHAM RESTAURANTS STRESSING HEALTH 

ACCIDENTS. CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. INDUSTRIAL , ^,,^ ,,. 
CONSTRUCTION WORKER DIES IN 01 TCH CAVE-IN 
CRANE OPERATOR SAVED 2 LIVES. WITNESSES SAY 
WORKER IS KILLED AS DITCH CAVES IN 
TEXTILES NOT MOST HAZARDOUS 

sivEREO^WATErLINE'FQRCES BLUE CROSS WORKERS HOME 

TWO WORKERS ARE RESCUED AFTER PART OF DITCH COLLAPSES 

2 TAR HEELS AMONG 5 HEN KILLED IN TOWER COLLAPSE 

ACCIDENTS. DROWNING. DURHAM 

WOMAN'S BODY FOUND IN POND 
WOMAN'S BODY FOUND IN POND 

ACCIDENTS. DROWNING. N.C. „„., 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. SWIMMING POOLS 









s 




N 


F 




l- 




p 


D 


DATE 


L 


PG 


H 




7/0<./82 


A 


7 


H 




7/31/82 


H 


1 


S 




7/31/n2 


A 


I". 


H 




8/01/82 


C. 


1 


s 




a/02/82 


A 


6 


s 




9/17/82 


A 




H 




lD/18/82 


A 


12 


H 


2 


12/02/82 


C 


11 



H 2 1/31/82 A 19 N 

H 2 5/22/82 A 5 N 

H 2 12/11/82 A 1 N 

S 2 12/11/82 A 3 



H 2 10/07/82 A 19 



? 


1/18/82 


A 


10 


N 


7 


2/01/82 


B 






? 


6/18/82 


1. 






7 


7/20/82 


H 


1 2 




7 


7/20/82 


h 






7 


8/28/82 


B 


12 




7 


9/16/82 


A 






7 


9/25/82 


A 






7 


9/25/82 


A 






7 


9/29/82 


A 


14 




2 


11/19/82 


e 







H 2 


1/28/82 B 


6 


N 


H 2 


3/16/82 B 


5 


N 


S 2 


6/11/82 A 


1 


N W36 


S 2 


6/11/82 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


6/12/32 B 


1 


P N W36 


S 2 


6/19/82 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


6/20/82 B 


9 


N 


H 2 


6/20/82 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


6/22/82 A 


11 


N 


H 2 


6/28/82 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


6/28/32 A 


13 


N 


H 2 


7/07/82 B 


I 


N 


S 2 


7/07/82 C 


13 


N 


H 2 


7/26/82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


7/26/82 B 


2 


P N 


H 2 


7/29/32 A 


16 


N 


S 2 


8/02/32 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


8/19/32 A 


7 


N 


H 2 


9/22/32 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


10/29/82 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


10/30/82 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


11/06/82 A 


5 


P N 


H 2 


11/07/82 C 


5 


N 


H 2 


11/15/82 B 


5 


N 


H 2 


12/13/82 A 


8 


N 


S 2 


12/13/82 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


12/14/82 A 


11 


N 


H 2 


12/21/82 a 


11 


N 


H 2 


11/07/82 C 


5 


N 


H 2 


11/08/82 B 


<> 


N 


H 2 


11/09/82 A 


11 


N 


H 1 


11/09/82 B 


1 


P P 


S 2 


11/09/82 A 


11 


N 


H 2 


11/10/82 A 


11 


N 


H 2 


ll/U/82 A 


21 


N 


H 2 


11/12/82 A 


11 


N 


H 2 


ll/l<./82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


11/18/82 3 


6 


P N 


S 2. 


11/22/82 A 


t* 


E 


S 2 


11/23/32 e 


10 


N 


H 2 


1/21/82 A 


10 


N 


H 2 


3/05/82 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


9/15/82 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


11/02/82 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


11/20/32 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


11/20/32 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


12/23/82 A 


2 


N 


H 2 


12/20/82 A 


1 


N M51 


S 2 


12/20/82 A 


1 


P F30 


H 2 


12/21/82 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/16/62 A 


12 


N 


S 2 


6/29/32 A 


4 


E 



H 

S 




2/25/82 
a/16/82 


A 

c 


10 
1 


N 

N 


s 

H 
H 
H 

s 
s 

H 
H 




2/22/82 

6/12/82 

7/22/82 

9/11/82 

9/14/32 

11/04/32 

11/10/82 

12/09/32 


c 

A 

c 

A 
A 

c 
c 
c 


6 

3 

16 

4 

1 

5 

19 


N 
N 

N 
E 
N 
N 
N 


H 
S 




3/07/82 
3/07/82 


B 
A 


1 

14 


N 
N 



HONTHLT/ANNUAL INDEX a 

1/01/62 - 12/31/92 



DOCTORS SAY CO 
YOUTH DROWNS " 
3-YEAP-OLO OIE 
BOY REVIVED FR 
REVIVED BOY DI 
STUOEST DROHtiS 
OEwEY THOMPSON 
DROWNING LEADS 
PERSOM YOUTH ' 
SERVICES TO"OR 
800Y RECOVERED 
FATHER AND SON 
INFANT FALLS I 
2 N.C. "EN ESC 
0»INOUS CONFL! 
LAKE'S •HOT HO 
DROWNING ACCID 
GIRL'S BODY FOi 
DROWNING OF GI 
ASHEVILLE RESI 
DURHAM POY, 12 
DURHAM POY DRO 
PARAPLEGIC APP 
FAYETTEVILLE 
MAN DROWNS IN 
NEW BERN "ANt 
MAN DROWNS 
RALEIGH MAN. b 
HIGH SEAS CLAI 



AFETY 

LD SAVE 
FTER IC 
S IN Sa 
O-l DEAT 
ES 

AT COL 
VICTI 

RECREA 
ROWNS I 
ROW FOR 

FROM 01 

DROWN 
NTO AOU 
APE FRQi 
CT 

LE' CLA 
ENTS CL 
UNO IN 
RL RULE 
DENT lit 
DROWN 
WNS IN 
ARENTLY 
AN DROW 
VANCE P 
27, DRO 



D CHILDREN 
E PREAKS 
IMMING POOL 
H DIES 

LEGE POOL 
M OF DR0JNI^4G 
TICN DEATHS 
- HYCO 

DROWNING VICTIM 
UARRY 

4RIUM 

3URNINJ 



BOAT 



IMS 
AI 

ALA 
D 

OWN 
S I 
KUR 
DR 
NS 
OND 
WNS 



ANOT^ER DROWNING VICTIM 

2 LIVES 
MANCE POND 
CCIDE-gTAL 
S 

KURE 9EACH MOTEL "OOL 
E BEACH POOL 
OWNS 
AT BEACH 



0. DROWNS 

LIFE OF 5-YEA5-0LD 



ACCIDENTS. DROWNING. U.S. 

UNION COUNTY MAN DROWNS IN FL3RI0A SWIMMING POOL 

YOUTH DROWNS IN VA. 

SMIThFIELO man IN OKLAHOMA 

DURHAM GIRL IS DROWNED IN MONTANA 

13-YElR-OLD DURHAM GIRL DROWNS IN MONTANA PARK 

DROWNING VICTIM. 13. IDENTIFIED 

aCCIDENTS. DURHAM CITY EMPLOYEES 

SEE DURHAM. N.C. CITY EMPLOYEES. ACCIDENTS 

ACCIDENTS. ELECTRICAL 

TWO MEN INJURED AS PAINT 9UCKET EXPLODES 

FIREMAN RECALLS BRUSH WITH DEI TH 

7-YEAR-OLD ELECTROCUTED IN TU? BY HAIR DRYER 

THREE N.C. MEN ELECTROCUTED 

THREE KILLED WHEN SAILBOAT HITS BARE WIRE 

TEEN IS KILLED IN WRECK AFTER YOUTH ELECTROCUTED 

MAN ELECTROCUTED AT PERSON PLANT 

MICHIGAN MAN ELECTROCUTED 

ACCIDENTS. EXPLOSIONS 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 
SEE ALSO NATURAL GAS 

FOUR INJURED IN EXPLOSION. FIRE IN ASHEVILLE WAREHOUSE 

EXPLOSIONS. FIRE DESTROY STORE 

BLAST, FIRE HIT PLANT 

BLAST HEAVILY DAMAGES CHEMICAL PLANT IN GREENSBORO 

<• INJURED IN "LAST AT N.C. PL«NT 

HAZELWOOD 'GHOST TOWN' AFTER EXPLOSIONS. FIRE 

RESIDENTS OF HAZELWOOD RETURN TO THEIR HOMES 

OShA: PLANT HAD VIOLATED SAFETY LAwS 

NO VIOLATIONS FOUND IN 5LAST 

HAZELWOOO NOW FACES CLEANUP BILL 

BLAST KNOCKS OUT POWER TO 10.000 CHARLOTTE HOMES 

INJURED LEBANESE OIVER BEING TREATED AT DUKE 

HOMEMADE PIPE BOMB KILLS MAN 

2 INJURED IN FATAL i^OMB BLAST 

MARINES BEGIN PROBE OF ERRANT-SHELL DEATH 

FOUR STILL HOSPITALIZED AFTER BLAST AT CONCERT 

ONE PERSON DIES IN WILMINGTON BLAST 

HARNETT COUNTY MAN HURT IN EXPLOSION 

BLAST SAID ACCIDENTAL 

ACCIDENT":, FALLS 

SOME DECISIONS 
MARINE DIES OF 
FALL PETwEEN »i 
KILLED IN FALL 
RANGER WARNS 
WOMAN IS KILLE 
FOLKS AROUND H 
MAN IS FOUND 
RALEIGH MAN 01 
WINDOW WASHER 
ROOFER IN OURH 
MAN HURT IN FA 
16-YEAR-OLD BO 
BOY. 7. IS SAV 
DUKE PLANS TO 
DUKE TO INVEST 
F»IENDS OF DEA 
FERRERR' S DEAT 
UNC-G STUDENT 



REVERSED IN DOCTOR DEATH SUITS 
HEAD INJURY 
OCKS KILLS PERSON BOY. f> 

F FALLS DANGERS 

AS BUILDING FALLS 

ERE: WITH THE FlURTH ESTATE 

TREATED FOR CUTS. HEAD INJURY 

ES IN A FALL 

KILLED IN RALEIGH 

AM FALLS 35 FT.; CONDITION IS CRITICAL 

LL 

DIES IN FALL 
ED FRDM WELL 

INVESTIGATE STUDENT'S DEATH 
IGATE DEATH OF =RESHMAN 
STUDENT OISA&OEE WITH DUKE DOCTOR 

PROBEO 
FALLS TO DEATH 



ACCIDENTS. FARMING 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. TRACTOR 

NEIGHPORS HELP FRIEND IN NEED 

ACCIDENTS. FIRE TRUCKS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM FIRE OEPT. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM FIRE D£PT.. FIRE TRUCKS 

FOUR FIREMEN. CITIZEN HURT IN DURHAM WRECK 
MAN CRITICALLY INJURED IN FIR: TRUCK WRECK 
RICHARD'S CONDITION UPGRADED TO STABLE 

ACCIDENTS. GUNS 

SEE ACCIDENTS. HUNTING. N.C. 
SEE ACCIDENTS. SHOOTINGS 

ACCIDENTS. HELICOPTERS 
SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 

SOLDIER DIES IN HELICOPTER CR» SH AI FORT 

2 DIE IN COPTER CRASH 

2 CREWMEN ARE KILLED IN CRASH 

COPTER CRASH 

GRI" REMINDERS 

ACCIDENTS. HUNTING. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. SHOOTINGS 
BOY KILLED 

DEPUTY WOUNDED IN GUN ACCIDENT WHILE HUNTING 
DURHAM DEPUTY HAS SURGERY AFTFR ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENTS. INDUSTRIAL 



C T 


S 








PACE 8 
1/07/83 






S 


I 


T 




N 6 




E 


L 


Y 




P 


DATE 


C 


PG L 


P 


9YL 


H 2 


l/l<./92 


A 


7 P 


P 




H 2 


1/15/B2 


A 


1! 


'J 




H 2 


1/20/82 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


3/11/82 


A 


17 


N 




H 2 


'./13/e2 


B 


c 


N 




S 2 


'./13/''2 


C 


3 


N 




H 2 


5/20/82 


B 


3 


N 




H 2 


5/23/62 


C 


2 







H 2 


5/31/52 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 


5/31/82 


a 


1 


N 




S 2 


5/3l/e2 


c 


1 







H 2 


4/0I/R2 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


b/02/fZ 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


6/05/82 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


6/22/62 


A 


11 


N 




S 2 


6/29/62 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/19/82 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


7/19/82 


9 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/26/62 


C 


5 







H 2 


7/29/82 


B 


2 


N 




H 2 


e/l'./62 


E 


12 


N 




S 2 


8/17/82 


A 


1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


B/18/62 


A 


l-" 







5 2 


8/18/62 


C 


13 


N 




H 2 


3/23/62 


B 


7 


N 




H 1 


B/25/62 


fl 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/07/82 


A 


16 


N 




H 2 


9/08/62 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


9/11/62 


A 




N 




H 2 


10/13/92 


a 


5 


N 




H 2 


1/04/82 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


4/12/92 


A 


10 


N 




S 2 


6/07/62 


9 


6 


N 




H 2 


6/16/82 


C 


5 


N 




S 2 


6/16/82 


A 


1 


N 


M19 


H 2 


6/17/82 


c 


16 


N 





? 


2/09/82 


A 





N 


2 


3/04/82 


A 


1 -1 


P F 


2 


6/02/82 


A 


H 


N 


2 


6/06/82 


1 


1 


N 


/ 


6/07/82 


r 


4 


N 


? 


6/13/82 


A 


1 


N 


1 


9/03/92 


B 


I 


N 


2 


9/03/82 


B 


i 


N 



S 




1/06/82 


c 


12 


P N 


H 




2/24/82 


A 


9 


N 


s 




2/25/82 


A 


! 


N 


H 




2/25/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 




4/16/92 


c 


7 


N 


H 




4/22/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 




4/23/92 


c 


10 


P N 


s 




4/23/92 


A 


9 


N 


H 




5/09/92 


A 


5 


N 


H 




5/13/82 


c 


12 


N 


H 




7/22/82 


A 


e 


N 


H 




9/14/92 


E 


1 


F A20 


H 




9/19/82 


C 


1 


N "51 


s 




9/20/92 


C 


I 


N 


H 




10/10/82 


A 


4 


N 


H 




10/12/62 


A 


8 


N 


s 




10/20/82 


A 


2 


N 


s 




11/01/82 


C 


8 


N 


H 




12/29/92 


B 


1 


N 


H 




2/17/82 


C 


6 


N G53 


H 




2/27/92 


A 


5 


N 


H 




3/15/62 


B 


7 





H 




4/06/62 


a 


5 


N 


s 




4/06/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


4/26/92 


A 


10 





H 


2 


5/0 7/82 


B 


1 


U 


s 


2 


5/28/62 


A 


5 


N 


5 


2 


6/07/82 


B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


6/10/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


8/05/82 


A 


14 


N 


s 


2 


8/05/92 


B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/25/62 


B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


11/09/92 


A 


U 


N 


H 


2 


11/16/92 


A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


11/17/92 


c 


7 


N 


H 


2 


11/19/82 


B 


I 


N 


s 


2 


11/19/82 


C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


11/23/92 


A 


9 


•( 



H 2 6/14/92 A 11 



S 2 12/09/82 A 1 
H 2 12/10/82 B 1 
S 2 12/10/62 C 1 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



3/05/92 A 
3/05/82 A 
3/06/82 A 
3/09/82 C 
9/15/82 A 



S 2 9/09/92 C 11 N 
H 2 11/23/62 A 3 N 
S 2 11/23/82 A 9 N 



MONTHLV/A 



INDEX 
U/31762 



SUBJECTS 



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L V 
L P 



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1/07/83 



III ItIS S^C^i?I^I§^A£°?lf?V'y'iS? HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 
= ^?EfT5eE°:i5R"iR'KaL"ES'lN ACCIDENT AT PLANT 

h8S!lR?i^D'i^F^R?'JI.Ps''St^iJr,Sr°A?CIDENTS 

OXFORP CQMPSNV WINS AHAOD FOR 3JTH YEAR „^„^,„^,.„ ,,^. 

PETROLEUM INDUSTRY IN N.C. LEADS INJURY PERCENTAGE LIST 

TEXTILES NOT HOST HAZARDOUS 

SENSIPLE SAFETY PLAN 

N.C. INJURY KATE LOW 

ACCIDENTS. JETSf N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, ^I.C. 
SEE ALSO F-i PHANTOM JET FIGHTERS 

^"ltaT''DTE5"lN''cRASH OF JET FIGHTER-BOMBER 
CAUSE OF FIGHTER-BOMBER CRASH SOUGHT 
MARINF HARRIER JET CRASHES 
MARINE PILOT DIES OF INJURIES 
TWO SMALL JETS HIT, LAND SAFELY 
PILOT: JETS HERE ON NAVY MISSION 

ACCIDENTS, JETS, U.S. 

"IeJ^^S cSnTInSes'f^R JET ?IL0T; -OBJECT- SPOTTED 

TILLER STAYi^D -MELLOW- WHILE AWAITING RESCUE „,.„, 

AIR FORCE HALTS ACTIVE HUNT FT R SEYMOUR JOHNSON PILOT 

SFARCH FOR PILOT CALLED OFF 

PARTS OF F-4 JET RECOVERED 

TWO MEN DIE IN JET CRASH 

CRASH 

PILOT FROM N.C. PRESUMED DEAD 

PASSENGER KILLED: N.C. PILOT ESCAPES 

*"'°!:;i^iL'i?rri^S struck by lightning 

^i§RT^RW'I"L!0D^"'F!RSs!'-'s:H3SL BUSES STOOD READY FOR EVACUATION 

T^Ts S^iS^^^^I^^g^A^ES'LIGHTNING STRIKES 
GOLFER KILLED BY LIGHTNING 
LIGHTNING HITS POLICE OFFICER 
PSO STRUCK BY LIGHTNING 
LIGHTNING BLAMED IN Z HOUSE FIRES 

ACCIDENTS, MACHINES 

CHAIN-SAW INJURIES MOUNTING I>( COUNTY 

ACCIDENTS, MOTORCYCLE 

SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLE DEATHS 

CYCLIST KILLED NEAR CARRBORO 

MOTORCYCLIST DIES IN WRECK 

MAN DIES IN MOTORCYCLE WRECK 

MOTORCYCLE WRECK KILLS DURHAM MAN 

MOTPRCYCLIST KILLED IN WRECK 

CYCLE CRASH KILLS WILLIAM HARRIS JR. 

RITES SET FOR MOTORCYCLIST „_.,„ 

MANSLAUGHTER CHARGED IN MOTORC YCL I ST- S DEATH 

POLICF ISSUE WARRANT IN MOTORCYCLE WRECK „ . ,, .,,„,ccc 

STUDYi 2 7» OF MOPED OPERATORS IN WRECKS DID NOT HAVE LICENSES 

NORTH CAROLINA LAX IN CONTROL OF MQPEOS 

ACCIDENTS, PARACHUTES 
SEE ALSO PARACHUTES 
SEE ALSO PARATROOPERS 

PARATROOPERS SAY JUMP WAS DANGEROUS DUE TO WIND 

■CHUTE FAILS, WOMAN HURT 

WOMAN SURVIVES 3,000-FOOT PLUNGE 

iM<:pFrTnR gfnfral to probe death 

IfORT BRAGG PaSStrOOPERS KILLED IN CALIF. DESERT J1J«P ,,, „.„^, 
INJURED PARATROOPER SAYS WINDS DIDN-T CONCERN JUMP PARTICIPANTS 
PARACHUTE JUMP INJURY TOLL RISES , ,. ^ 
MILITARY EXERCISE, INVESTIGATION CONTINUE , ,.^ 
WRITER DESCRIBES WINDS AT SITS OF GALLANT EAGLE 
SOME INJURED PAOATROOPEBS BACK AT BASE 
PARACHUTIST LANDS IN CHINA (CARTOON) 

PARATROOPER DIES OF INJURIES , , ,. „,,, „<:.Tue 

PARATROOPER SAFETY STRESSED AFTER DESERT INJURIES, DEATHS 
IS THF THRILL WORTH THE RISK? 
GALLANT EAGLE CASUALTY FACES QURT-MAOJI AL 
ARMY CITES WIND GUSTS IN FATAL PARACHUTE JUMP 
FIVE PARATROOPERS INJURED 
-THRILLS WORTH THE RISK- 
MAN KILLED PARACHUTING AT SOLDIER CONVENTION 
SKYDIVER FALLS 200 FEET, WALKS AWAY UNINJURED 
TWO PARATROOPERS DIE IN ACCIDENT „.„.,„., tec 

NEWSPAPER SAYS ARMY KNEW OF DOUBLE WITH PARACHUTES 
ARMY SAYS STEERABLE -CHUTES SAFE 

ACCIDENTS, SCHOOL "USES 

SFE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BUSES 
SEE ALSO SCHOOL BUSES 

IS INJURED IN BUS ACCIDENT 

II INJURED IN SCHOOL BUS WREC< 

BUS IN WRECK AT CREEOMOOR 

7"SlNSlclp?ED''cSiLbREN,'pUBLi: SAFETY OFFICER INJURED IN WRECK 

BUS ACCIDENT INJURES " 

OFFICER MAY HAVE BEEN SPEEDING 

SEAT BELTS DO SAVE LIVES 

OFFICER CHARGED WITH SPEEDING IN BUS COLLISION 

OFFICFR CHARGED WITH SPEEDING 

NOT-SO-SAFE SAFETY OFFICER 

IT MAKES SENSE I ?l „ , „„, 

COURT REJECTS INMATE ACCESS TT RECORDS 

BUS DRIVERS SUSPENDED WITHOUT PAY 

TWO SCHOOL "USES COLLIDE 

8 HURT IN SCHOOL BUS WRECK 

30 CHILDREN HURT IN WRECK OF DAY-CARE BUS 
NINE IN SCHOOL «US INJURED IN ACCIDENT 
SCHOOL BUS SAFETY SAIO PETTER 

5-YEAR-OLD GIRL HIT BY SCHOOL BUS „ ^.„ 

GIRL IN GUARDED CONDITION AFTER 3EING STRUCK BY CAR 

CHILO-5 CONDITION CRITICAL BUT STABLE 

SPEEDING CHARGES FILED 

DANGEROUS DASH 

CAR HITS BUS; NO ONE INJURED 

NO ONE INJURED IN CAR-BUS WRECK „„,,,., 

DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOL BUS PULLED UPRIGHT 

SCHOOL BUS TURNS OVER ON WET ROAD 

NO CHARGES ARE FILED IN SCHOOLBUS ACCIDENT 

CALDWFLL STUDENT CRUSHED BY BJ S 

31 PUPILS HURT AS BUS OVERTURNS IN RANDOLPH 



H 1 


7/23/32 B 


I 


N 


S 2 


1/30/82 A 


1 8 


N 


s ? 


6/13/32 C 


I 




S ! 


5/l''/32 A 




E 


S 2 


6/21/''2 A 


S 


N 


H 2 


9/10/32 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


9/11/32 A 


5 




S 2 


9/l<./fl2 A- 


4 


E 


H 2 


11/23/32 C 


2 


N 



2/11/32 
2/11/32 
3/05/32 

3/06/32 
11/07/32 
11/08/32 



l/Dl/32 
1/01/32 
1/02/92 
1/09/82 
2/11/32 B 
3/2'./32 ' 
3/2'./32 
9/23/32 



11 
13 



C 
C 
C 
H 2 12/23/32 A 



5/20/32 C 

5/20/32 A 

6/04/82 A 

6/04/32 A 

6/10/82 A 

7/23/82 A 

7/24/32 A 

7/25/32 A 

7/30/32 B 



16 
11 
1 
1 
8 
11 
3 



N X06 
N F30 



S 2 1/15/82 A 3 N U57 



4/30/32 B 
4/30/32 C 
7/20/82 B 
7/20/32 B 
9/24/82 B 
9/24/32 C 
9/24/82 C 
9/30/82 A 
9/30/32 A 

10/12/82 B 10 

10/15/82 





N 




N 




N 




11 




N 


1 / 


n 




u 



12 



1/11/82 A 

1/15/82 C 

1/31/32 A 

2/04/82 A 

2/19/32 A 

3/31/32 A 

3/31/32 A 

4/01/32 A 

4/02/82 B 

4/03/32 A 

4/03/82 A 

4/04/82 

4/28/82 C 

5/03/82 A 

5/30/82 C 

6/15/82 A 

7/09/32 A 

7/10/32 A 

8/15/32 E 

10/16/32 A 

11/23/92 B 

12/02/92 C 

12/03/32 A 

12/09/32 A 



H 2 


1/05/32 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


1/07/32 


c 


13 


N 




S 2 


1/07/82 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/23/32 




■ 


N 




S 2 


2/11/82 






P N 




H 2 


2/12/82 






N 


A54 


5 2 


2/12/32 






N 


U5 7 


S 2 


2/12/82 




4 


E 




H 2 


2/13/82 




I 


N 




S 2 


2/13/32 




3 


N 




H 2 


2/17/82 




4 


E 




H 2 


2/18/32 




5 


L 




H 2 


3/03/32 




5 


N 




S 2 


3/03/82 




3 


N 




H 2 


3/12/82 




15 


N 




H 2 


4/01/82 




6 


N 




S 2 


4/08/82 






N 




H 2 


4/09/82 






N 




S 2 


4/10/82 




1 


N 




H 2 


4/23/82 




13 


N 




S 2 


4/29/82 






N 


U57 


H 2 


4/30/32 






N 




S 2 


4/30/S2 






N 




H 2 


5/12/82 






L 




H 2 


5/14/82 




12 


N 




S 2 


5/14/32 






N 




H 2 


6/02/82 






P P 


R91 


H 2 


6/02/32 






P N 


A54 


S 2 


6/02/32 






N 




H 2 


6/06/32 






N 




H 2 


9/01/82 




8 


N 





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/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



OAGE 10 
1/07/B3 



l''SI!.,9E''l^'^it!-f D'SSGREE ON BJS OPIVcRS REPORT 

5 orange pupils injured 

school eus accident hurts 6 it hillsborough 

19 are injured in bus accident 

4 hurt in car, bus collision 

four people are injured in school bus-car crash 

no one injured in school bus fire 

school buses collide; 2 children seriously hurt 

bot critically injured in collision of buses 

bus hits pole. cuts pomer 

school bus drivers' training is changed 

accidents. ships 

see alst shipurecxs 
rescue at sea creates one khal e of a tale 
a whale oe a tale 
blahe placed for collision 

accidents. shootings 

see also accidents, hunting. n .c . 
see also shootings. durham 
see also shootings. n.c. 
see also shootings. u.s. 

gun goes off; child injured 

5-reao-old girl »h0 was shot said expected to recover 

death apparently accidental 

3-year-olo accidentally shot 

Child shot accidently. police say 

williamson said stable 

iV5ti'"'I9^,''°'-"^^ REPORT BULLET FIRED AT -FLAK- JACKET KILLED. ..HAN 

PISTOL DISCHARGES; 2 PEOPLE INJURED 

WOMAN KILLED ?Y ERRANT SHELL ON HARINE BASE 

DEATH BLAMED ON ERRANT SHELLS 

HUNTER KILLED: ANOTHER HURT 

BULLET HITS BOY 

COLORING HUNTERS "LAZE ORANGE REDUCES EATALITIES 

MARINE GETS IMPRISONMENT FOR NATALITY 

ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING WOUNDS 3-»EAR-0L0 

WOUNDED CHILD STILL CRITICAL 

MARINE OFFICIALS CHANGE ARTILLERY PRACTICE PLANS 

CHILD DIES OF WOUNDS FROM GUN 

WOUNOFD CHILO DIES 

BENEFIT PLANNED TODAY FOR FAMILY OF 3-YEAR-OLD 

RADIO STATION TO HELP IN PLIGHT OF BOY'S FAMILY 

ACCIDENTS. SPORTS 

SEE SPORTS. INJURIES 

ACCIDENTS. SWIMMING POOLS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DROWNING. DJRHAM 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. DROWNING. N.C. 
SEE ALSO aCCIPENTS. DROWNING, U.S. 

SEE ALS? Swimming pools 

3-YEAR-OLO DIES IN SWIMMING POOL 

ACCIDENTS. TRACTOR 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, FARMING 

OXFTRD MAN KILLED IN TRACTOR ^CCIDENT 
13-YEAR-OLD BOY KILLED IN TRACTOR. VAN CRASH 
BOY, 3, MASTERS TRACTOR TO SAVE PINNED FATHER 
TRACTOR CRUSHES ALAMANCE MAN 

ACCIDENTS. TRACTOR-TOAILER 

BACKHOE BASHES BRIDGE BRACE 

NEW YORK MAN IS FOUND DEAD AFTER ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENTS. TRAIN', DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 
SEE ALSO PROPANE 
SEE ALSO RAILRO«D CROSSINGS 
WORKER SATISFACTORY 
MAN PINNED UNDER DUKE HOSPITAL TRANSIT CAR 

ACCIDENTS, TRAINS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 

SEE ALSO PROPANF 

SEE ALSO RA!L»0«D CROSSINGS 

HILLSBOROUGH •'AN STRUCK BY TRilN 

MAN HIT BY TRAIN DIES IN HOSPITAL 

HILLSBOROUGH "AN, HIT BY TRAIN, DIES 

TRAIN DERAILS NEAR MARION 

TWO TRAIN CARS DERAIL AFTER CRASH 

TRAIN STRIKES MAN. SEVERS ARM 

TRAIN SEVERS MAN'S ARM 

GRAHAM MAN HIT 'fr TRAIN 

TRAIN aCCIDFNT VICTIM CHARGED IN SLAYING 

TRAIN DERAILMENT 

CHICKFNS SURVIVE TRAIN WRECK 

TRAIN DERAILS 

DEAF-MUTE KILLED 

ACCIDENTS. TRUCKS 

SEE ALSO TRUCKING INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS 

TRUCK STRIKES. KILLS WOMAN 

CHEMICALS SPILLED INTO CREEK 

TANKER OVERTURNS ON 1-40 

TRUCK DRIVER OIES IN U.S. 158 WRECK 

POLICE ARE PROBING TRUCK OVERTURNING 

THIEVES TAKE BEER, WINE EROM SROCERY 

TANKER TRUCK DRIVER INJURED 

TRUCK DRIVER BURNED IN ACCIDENT DIES 

WOMAN SUFFOCATED 

EIREMEN AVERT EXPLOSION AFTER WOOD-ALCOHOL SPILL 

22 HO-^S KILLED IN TRUCK FIRC 

CAB DRIVER INJURED 

3 DIE IN TRACTOR-TRAILER CRASH 

FAMILY KILLED IN TRUCK CRASH 

TWO SEMIS COLLIDE IN GASTON 

DUMP TRUCK HITS, KILLS 2 CHIL-REN 

VANCE COUNTY GIRL KILLED WHEN TRUCK HITS RAILING 

THE CITY THAT EATS TRUCKS 

TANKER TRUCK CRASHES ON 1-85 INTERCHANGE 

MAN HURT IN 1-85 WRECK 

I^?'-J?S:I?.*J'-|''»''iI'^ EXPLOSIVES OVERTURNS ON 1-85 IN DURHAM 

RIG CARRYING EXPLOSIVES OVERTURNS 

TRUCK WRECKS ON 1-85 

MOTORIST SAVES TRUCK DRIVER'S LIFE AFTER WRECK 

TRUCK WRECKS ON 1-85; DRIVER 'ULLED TO SAFETY 

TRUCKER RUNS INTO RIVER TO AV3ID CARS 

TWO ARE KILLED IN FIERY CRASH 

GASOLINE TRUCK HOSED DOWN AFTER FIRE 

TANKEP TIPS AND TIES UP 1-35 TRAFFIC 

GETTING STRAIGHT 

PROPANE TRUCK OVERTURNS 







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11/30/R2 


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12/07/52 


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12/08/92 


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12/17/82 


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12/29/92 


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S 2 4/19/82 A 1 
S 2 4/22/32 1 
H 2 11/24/82 A 10 



N =71 
E 371 



H 


2 


1/20/82 


C 




N 


H 


2 


1/21/92 


A 


24 


N 


H 


? 


1/29/92 


H 




N 


H 


2 


3/25/92 


A 


1 9 


N 


H 


7 


6/24/82 


H 




N 


s 


2 


6/24/92 


( 




N 


H 


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7/15/B2 


H 




N 


H 


1 


8/24/82 


=( 




N 


H 


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10/07/62 


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N 


H 


/ 


10/14/82 


A 


2 1 


N 


H 


2 


11/27/92 


.H 


14 


N 


H 


? 


12/08/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 


f 


12/18/82 


B 




N 


H 


2 


12/22/82 


C 




N 


H 


? 


12/26/92 


A 




N 


s 


2 


12/27/82 


( 




N 


s 


2 


12/27/82 


t. 




N 


H 


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12/23/92 


A 






s 


2 


12/28/82 


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H 


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12/30/92 


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N 


s 


2 


12/30/92 


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S 2 
H 1 



S 2 
H 2 



4/29/82 

8/20/82 

10/09/82 

10/24/S2 



19 
1 
1 
2 



5/17/82 C 
5/21/82 B 



4/02/82 C 
4/03/82 C 



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2/27/82 


B 


1 


2 


2/28/82 


r 


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2 


3/01/32 


( 


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3/U/82 


H 


6 


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5/27/92 




7 


2 


7/15/82 


p 


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7/15/82 


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9/10/52 


H 


I 


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10/15/82 


A 


9 


2 


12/14/92 


r 


6 


2 


12/25/92 


A 


5 


2 


12/26/82 


A 


1 7 


2 


12/29/92 


3 


14 



1/05/82 
1/16/32 
2/02/92 
2/17/82 
2/18/92 
2/19/92 
2/24/82 
2/25/92 
3/13/82 
3/14/92 
3/13/82 
4/09/92 
4/09/92 
4/09/82 
5/02/92 
6/04/82 
6/04/02 
6/07/92 
6/11/32 
7/01/92 
7/02/92 
7/39/92 
7/09/32 
7/09/92 
3/18/02 
8/19/92 
3/20/92 
8/20/92 
8/22/02 
a/25/o2 
3/25/92 
8/25/82 



7 

3 

12 

1 



2 

3 

16 

19 

17 

3 



1 

13 
1 



1 
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1 1 
11 
1 
1 
1 
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M M U A L IN ,5,E ; 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



T"UCK BRINGS OOWN POLFt BUT DOESN'T STOP 

TRUCK HITS GUV HIRE 

TRUCK CARRYING SOIL WITH PCS OVERTURNS 

ARMY VEHICLES DAMAGED 

OOPS ' 

WRECK INVOLVES TRUCK, CAR, HOJSE 

OXFORD WOMAN STRUCK BY TRUCK 

DUMP TRUCK FLIPS. IS STRUCK BY RIG 

TRUCK DRIVER FACES CHARGES AFT ER WRECK 

BURLINGTON GIRL, 6, DIES AFTE' ACCIDENT 

SrECK FATALITIES INCLUDE FOUR FROM HILLSBOROUGH 

TRUCK OVERTURNS , ., 

TRACTOR-TRAILER DUMPS FLOUR 0-J t-f? 

TRAILER OVERTURNS. FLOUR SPI LL S ON I-B5 

TPllfK BREAKS ELECTRIC POLE ON ROX9OR0 ST. 

CHEMIciL "PILLEOT I. 000 EVACUATED IN IREDELL COUNTY 

TRUCK SLAMS INTO SAND PILE AT 100 MPH 

2_l/2.YEAR-nLO BOY DIES IN ACCIDENT 

TRUCK DRIVER INJURED 

TRUCK DRIVER INJURED ,, „ Tn,,r» 

WINSTON-SALEM POLICEMAN HIT BY TRUCK 

"■"■SEE^CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 
SEE N.C.. ACCOUNTING METHODS 

ACCUTANE (ACNE ORUGI 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 

FDA APPROVES ACNE DRUG 

FDA APPROVES NEW ACNE MEDICATION 



ACID 



?S^i5iLi*TAilpiR?£G"ii?H''rMjSJ'*J^3DUCTS PROBED IN CHARLOTTE 



RIVER 



'''°4Rn^gLE*^CIE^h'sTifuDIES ACID DEPOSIT 

POSSIBLE MERCURY HAZARD REPORTED IN N.C. 
ACID RAIN IN N.C. WORRIES SCIENTISTS 
HOW ACID RAINFALL CAN BE -EASJREO 
BENEFITS SEEN IN ACID RAIN 

FOUNDAtioN'''oRMFD''T(l'lNFORM PJ8LIC ON ACID RAIN 

OUKF CENTER TO JOIN IN ACID RAIN PROGRAM 

STATE IS STEPPING UP AIR-QUALITY MONITORING 

IS ACID RAIN THE PRICE OF PROGRESS? 

ABOUT MALE OF N.C. SAID SENSITIVE TO ACID RAIN 

ACID RAIN POSSIBLE FACTOR IN SHALLMOUTH DEFORMITIES 

POLL INDICATES SUPPORT TO REDUCE ACIO RAIN 

""sEE^UNIV.'^aF^N^C. -CHAPEL HILL ACKLANO ART CENTER 

ACME PLUMBING AND HEATING 

DURHAM FIRMS ENTER LOW BIDS 

"■"see also DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES! 
FDA APPROVES ACNE DRUG 
FHA APPROVES MEW ACNE MEDICATION 
BENZOYL PEROXIDE EFFECTIVE AGAINST ACNE 

SCORN RESTAURANT 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

ACRONYMS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

ACROVELLI^COPP.^ WITH MAKING FALSE STATEMENTS TO BANK 

ACTIFEO 

^^MANUFACTURERS DEFEND DRUG USED TO TREAT ALLERGIES. COLD 
DRUG'S INGREDIENTS ARE EFFECTIVE 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES. CHILDREN 

SEE CHILD ACTORS AND ACTRESSES 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES. N.C. 

CHANCELLORS CLUB MEETS PERFORMERS 
STARS COME OUT FOR PLAYMAKERS 

ACTORS ANO ACTRESSES. U.S. 
SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 
WHO? 
VINTAGE FILMS RATED 

TRYING ACUPUNCTURE 'UNCTURES HOPES 

ACYCLOVIR 

FDA APPROVES HERPES DRUG DEVELOPED AT RTP 

DURHAM COMPANY'S HERPES DRUG :) K • 

PRODUCTS AND PRESENCE 

NFW DRUGS CAN AID MENTAL DEPRESSION 

TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEALTH 

HERPES CAN 5E FATAL VIRUS 

RJR ARCHER MAKES ZOVIRAX TUBEi 

FDA OKS INTRAVENOUS HERPES ORJG „.TT,r. tc 

NEW HERPES DRUG SAID TO PROTECT CANCER PATIENTS 

AD VALOREM TAX 

SEE N.C. AO VALOREM TAX DIVtSIO>l 

ADAMS CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. 

ADAMS TO RUN FOR COMMISSIONER 

ADELAIDE WALTERS APARTMENTS (CHAPEL HILL) 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C. APARTMENTS 

CHAPEL HILL OKS FUNDS FOR APARTMENT PROJECT 
TOWN APPROVES APARTMENT FUNDS 

ADOLESCENCE 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN 

III JlSO GOVe3nOr'?s' ADVOCACY COUNCIL ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH 

SEE ALSO GREEN HOUSE (RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT HOME FOR GIRLS) 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 

SEE ALSO PUBERTY 

SEE ALSO Un'iv"*OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CENTER FOR EARLY ADOLESCENCE 



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8/26/B2 


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H 2 


9/25/82 


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10/01/n2 


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N 




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10/06/32 


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10/0<l/ii2 


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10/20/82 


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1 P 


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10/20/82 


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10/23/82 


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10/29/82 


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2/09/82 


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1/10/82 


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1/21/82 


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11/30/82 


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S 2 9/06/82 C 3 U 
S 2 9/15/92 A 6 U 



H 2 3/18/82 B 1 U 
H 2 1/27/82 B 1 D U 
H 2 9/16/82 C 13 N 



H 2 ',/28/e2 ESN 
H 2 5/12/82 A A L 



H 2 9/1A/82 A 6 P N 

S 2 9/16/82 1 P F A15 



H 2 5/12/82 A 
S 2 12/30/32 



S 2 5/08/82 A 



E 

U F25 



S 7 


3/30/82 A 


1 


N 


H 7 


3/31/82 A 


9 




S 7 


A/01/B2 A 


A 




S 7 


<,/lA/e2 C 


5 


U 


S 7 


5/26/82 C 


9 


U 


S 7 


10/13/32 C 


15 


U 


H 7 


10/2A/82 D 






S 7 


10/27/82 9 


1 


N F05 


H 2 


10/28/82 B 


I 


N 



H 2 1/11/82 B I P N 



H 2 6/15/92 B 1 N 
S 2 6/15/82 All N 



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SEE ALSn WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH, N.C. OFFICE 
ADOLESCENCE: KNOWLEDGE MAKES !T LESS 9EWIL0ERING 
RESPONSE TO PROGRAM POSITIVE 
PARENT, TEEN STRUGGLES -NORMAL' 
ADOLESCENCE IS TOPIC OF WORKSHOPS 

LEGISLATURE: HOUSE APPROVES BILL TO REPLACE LEGISLATORS. . . 
FORUM TO EXPLORE YOUTH HEALTH NEEDS 
YOUTH SUICIDE PREVENTION STRESSED 
TO TEENS, FATHERS KNOW NOTHING 

ADOLESCENCE, ALCOHOLISM 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 

TEENS AND ALCOHOL: A NATIONWIDE PROBLEM 

ALAMANCE 9QARD ENDORSES CENTER 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL SEEKING UNIT TO TREAT TEEN-AGE ALCOHOL, DRUG 

ADOLESCENCE, DRUG ABUSE 
SEE CHILDREN, DRUGS 
SEE DOUG ABUSE 
SEE SCHOOLS. N.C.. DRUG ABUSE 

ADOLESCENCE, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 
FORCE SEEKING WAYS TO HELP TROUBLED TEENS 
YOUNG AND SUICIDAL 

ALTERNATIVES NEEDED FOR GROUP-HOME SITES 
2 RESIDENTS JF HOME CHARGED 
CITIZENS BEGIN 'WILLIE " WATCH' 

ADOLESCENCE, HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, STATE SERVICES 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 

PHYSICIANS OFFER CARE FOR ADOLESCENTS 

ADOLESCENCE, PREGNANCY 

SEE PREGNANCY. ADOLESCENT 

ADOLESCENCE, SEXUAL ACTIVITY 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 
SEE ALSO SEX EDUCATION 

YWCA SAYS DON'T TELL PARENTS 

AOnPT-A-HORSE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO HORSES 
SEE ALSO WILD HORSES 

THINKING OF ADOPTING? THEN TALK TO HUGH BARKER 

ADOPTION 

SEE ALSO CONCERNED UNI 
SEE ALSO FOSTER CARE 
SEE ALSO ORPHANAGES 

LOVE: ADOPTION 3ATTL 

TRACING ROOTS HARD F 

ADOPTIVE PARENTS WAN 

REUNION WITH 'BIRTHP 

OPEN ADOPTION RECORD 

INMATE MAY BE AOOPTE 

THEY GAVE JP THEIR C 

DURHAM WOMAN ENJOYS 

ADOPTION CORUM SET 

CHILO'EN'S SOCIETY G 

ADOPTION MEETING SET 

ADOPTION: MAKING WAY 

OLDER CHILDREN: TRYI 

COUPLE BUILDS A HARP 

•FAIRY TALE' INFANT 

FAIPY TALES A»E RARE 

ADOPTING A CHILD "AY 

16 YEARS LATER : 3tRT 

CONCEONEO UNITED 9IR 

SINGLE ADOPTIVE PARE 

PROJECT AIMS TO INCR 

SERIES ON ADOPTION M 



TED BIRTHP ARENTS 



E FOR FOSTER CHILDREN 

OR ADOPTEES 

" TO PROTECT CHILD 

ARENT' CAN HELP, HURT 

S COULD HURT 

D 

HILDREN 

SPECIAL FAMILY REUNION 

ETS 1150,000 GIFT 

FOR OLDER, SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN 
NG, REWARDING 

FAMILY 
ADOPTION COMES TRUE 

9E EASIE' THAN YOU THINK 
HMOTHER ST ILL GRIEVES 

THPARENTS: COPING WITH THE UNKNOWN 
NTHOOO: 'IIFFERENT, BUI JUST AS GOOD- 
EASE RATE OF ADOPTION OF BLACK CHILDREN 
AS 'TASTEFUL. FAIR' 



ADOPTION RECORDS 

TRACING ROOTS HARD FOR ADOPTEES 
ADOPTIVE PARENTS WANT TO PROTECT CHILD 
OPEN ADOPTION RECORDS COULD HJ RT 

ADULT BOOKSTORES 

SEE ALSO POR'jOG'APHY 

ADULT BOOK STORE IS SUED 

LEGISLATIVE PANEL DISCUSSES A'l TI PORNOGRAPHY PROVISION 

PORNO MYSTERY AT THE HIGH COUJ T 

ADULT EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO BLACK COLLEGES 
SEE ALSO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO COMMUNITY EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO CONII'JUING EDUCATION 

COURSES COVFRING PIG PICKINS'. CARS 

FRANKLIN INTER-AGENCY COUNCIL BEING FORMED 

3ACK-T0-C0LLEGE PHOBIA CAN "E LICKED 

EDUCATIONAL t RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES: FALL 1982 

ADVENTURE 

SEE ALSO MOUNTAIN CLIMBING 
SEE ALSO SAILING 

IS The thrill worth the risk? 

THE URGE TO ESCAPE 
'THRILLS WORTH THE RISK' 

ADVENTURE RESTAURANT CORP. 
PIZZA FIR" EYES DURHAM 

THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLE3ERRY FINN I BOOK 1 

POOR OL' HUCK FINN STILL CALLED A NO-ACCOUNT 

ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO BILL°aAROS 

SEE ALSO CIGARETTES, ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO Classified advertising 

SEE ALSO DRUG ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO FALSE ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO LEGAL ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING 
SEE ALS? POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONE CO. ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ADVERTISING 

WHAT'S IN A NAME? 

ADS TOUT UNHEALTHY APPROACH TO LIVING 

CONSUMERS WILL PAY FOR DUKE POWER ADS 

OUKF °OWEO CO. =EGINS II MILLION AD CAMPAIGN 



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H 2 4/17/82 A 



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2 3/29/92 A 6 G 330 
2 4/10/92 A 4 L 



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4/17/82 A 3 N 
6/28/82 A 4 E 



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H 1 4/Q1/32 3 1 N 

H 2 6/12/52 A 5 N 

H 2 9/07/82 B 1 D I 



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H 2 7/12/82 A 5 U G33 

H 2 8/15/82 E 14 N 



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H 2 1/30/82 A 4 



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H 2 2/29/92 4 

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QADTT^T^ r.PAB UP FQR REVIVALS: tSOOtOOO AD CAMPAIGN BEGUN 
i^T ItI T§*UT R^IV°<-:EiRl:v%ET3pSslN0ICATe success 
BURLINGTON SETS HEARING ON OUTDOOR AOVEPTISING 
JUST CHIPS. NO GAMES 

40VERTISING FRAUD 

SEE FALSE ADVERTISING 

ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

AEGYPTOPITHECUS 

SEE ALSn ANTHROPOLOGY 
SKULL BACKS EVOLUTION 

'"'° ^IS'iillErFfSS'IJStithES RALEIGH-DURHAM AVIATION 
CONGRATULATIONS RALE IGH-OURHA" AIRPORT 

AEROBIC DANCE 

SEE ALSO DANCE 
SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FITNESS 
EXERCISE WORKSHOP 

FIRM SEEKS MILITARY CONTRACTS 

'^^^'cbi'piNrgE&?irU?uJiS^?'?e'AI^°' 

*"?iE"oSRH?t*c5ME;f??^i -,N THE AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

'"sEe'IlSO OuJiSil CITY COUNCIL, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY ,,,„.. 

SEE ALSO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO JOB OISCRI"INATION 

SEE ALSO MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PROGRAMS 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: DURHAM CO. LACKS PLAN. . . 
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION CHANGE ASKED 

INTENT KEYS FAIR HIRING ,,,„. ,„. 

F0RME5 SENATOR CRITICIZES AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, ERA 
AFfVrmATIVE ACTION HIRING STILL NEEDS STRENGTHENING 
EMPLOYERS' ACTIONS AREN'T AS AFFIRMATIVE AS ADS IMPLY 

AFGHANISTAN ^^^ INEVITABLE TRIUMPH OF COMMUNISM ICARTOONI 

AFGHAN OEFUGEES PROTEST INVASION BY SOVIET UNION 

AFRKA ISEE ALSO NAMES OF COUNTRIES) 
SEE ALSO EAST AFRICA 
SEE ALSO GUINEA 
SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 

AFRICA'S POPULATION WOES 

DUKE HAS OWN AFRICAN QUEEN 

DUKE VESSEL IN AFRICA , ^ 

STUDENTS EXPERIENCE ARTS AFRICAN-STYLE 

AFRICA NEWS (DURHAM NEWS OPERATIONI 
i, DURHAM GROUPS GET GRANTS 

AFRICAN ART DAYS 

AFRICAN ARTS DAYS 

AFRICAN LIBERATION SUPPORT COMMITTEE, DURHAM CHAPTER 
SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 

GROUP DEMANDS MURDER CHARGES , „,^^ 

PROTESTERS PICKET CITY HALL, DEMAND MURDER CHARGES 

1-CENT DURHAM TAX HIKE ASKED 

COUNCIL TO CONSIDER RESOLUTION ON DEATH 

PANEL VOICES 'REGRET' AT MAN'S DEATH 

CITY COUNCIL SETS A SHAKY PRECEDENT 

AFPICAN^V^OLETS^ VIOLETS ARE ALIVE WITH COLOR 
SHE STILL ENJOYS INDOOR PLANTS 

AFTER THE "EADLINE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HERALD 

A REPORTER'S JOB NEED NOT COST FRIENDSHIP 

TALES OF A FAITHFUL OLD WATCH... 

CARRIERS, OTHERS ON PAPER UNDAUNTED BY SNOW 

A NFW PRODUCT EVERY DAY 

NEWSROOM'S EXPERT IN RESIDENCE 

ON USING ANONYMOUSE SOURCES 

PAPER COSTS FORCE TIGHTER EDITING 

SAM RAGAN - A ROOKIE'S INSPIRATION 

'GOOD' NEWS'" 'JE HAVE IT EVERY DAY 

HIS DEFT TOUCH PRIGHTENEO THE PAPER 

MANUAL HELPS TEACHERS USE NEWSPAPERS 

TIPS FOR PUBLICITY CHAIRMEN 

DAILY WEATHER MAP GETS A FACELIFT 

HAPPY DAYS ON THE 'MULLET LINE' 

NEWS STORIES COMPETE EACH DAY 

MEMORIES OF HOMETOWN BASEBALL 

'STYL=' BROADENS SCOPE 

A NEWSPAPER'S RESPONSIBILITY 

'ROUTINE' STORIES TOUCH INOIVIOUALS 

PAGE DESIGN HELPS GIVE PAPER 'PERSONALITY' 

ON KEEPING CHRISTMAS ALL YEAR LONG 

AFTON, N.C. 

SEE ALSO PCS (POLYCHLORINATEO BI PHENYLS I 
WORK HAS BEGUN ON PCB LANDFILL 
AFTON RESIDENTS HEAR WORK ON PCB LANDFILL 
PCB DUMP FOES VOW JAIL IN LAST-DITCH STAND 
HUNT'S OFFICE REJECTS TALKS WITH GROUP OVER PCB DUMP 
OVER 100 ARRESTED IN PCB PROTEST 
67 PROTESTERS ARRESTED NEAR PCB LANDFILL 
TURNED-OVER DIRT HAD AN OILY, BURNED SMELL 
SEVEN MORE ARRESTED AT PCB LAMDFILL PROTEST 
CHAVIS, WHITE ARE ARRESTED IN PCB PROTEST ,,,,.„ 

PCB: SOME SAY CIVIL RIGHTS CL3U0ING ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUE 

AGAPE CORNER 

AGAPE CORNER 

AGE DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO RETIRE"ENT AGE 
SEE ALSO SEX DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO SEX STEREOTYPES 

MANSuls''j.°t*'sTEVENS COL. ALLEGES AGE DISCRIMINATION 



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H 2 1/14/82 A 18 „ N 
H 2 <./25/82 G 2 P A 



S 2 6/18/82 C 1 P P C56 
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H 2 


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OLDER aORKERS FIND FEW JOBS 

HORKEOS OVER 45 FINO JOBS SCARCE 

JUDGE TELLS LCH TO RAY 3ACK WAGES 

Lt« RULED GUILTY :!F ACE 3IAS 

LIST OF PEOPLE JUDGE SAYS LIGGETT FUEO 

LIGGETT SUIT DESCRiaeO AS BIG AGE-BIAS CASE 

SGED 

SEE SENIOR CITIZENS 

AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPxENT 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN AID 

AFRICA'S PAPULATION WOES 

AGENCY FOR PUBLIC TELcCO'"MUNICATIO\ S 
SEE ALS" TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTE'S 
SEE ALS? UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILLi TELEVISION 
STATE PLANS PHONE HATE IMPACT STUDY 

AGENT WHITE 

SEE ALSO HERBICIDES 

HERBICIDE SUSPECT IN N.C. CANCER DEATHS 
SCIENTISTS TO STUDY 3EF0LIANT 
CHATHAM SRRAYINC RAISES IRE 

AGGIE'S HICKORY HOUSE RESTAURANT 

OFFICIALS CONTINUE SANFORD FIRE PROSE 

• GING 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 

SEE 
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SEE 
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ALSO ATHLETES. AGING 

ALSn DUKE UNIvfcENTER FOR THE STUDY OF AGING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 

ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL. GERIATRIC UNIT 

ALSO GERUTRICS 

ALSO LIFE EXPECTANCY 

ALSO MIDDLE AGE 

ALSO OLDER WOMEN'S LEAGUE 

ALSO PROGERIA (PREMATURE AGINGI 

ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 

ALSO VETERANS AOMINISTRATIOt HOSPITAL. AGING PROGRAM 

ALSO WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON AGING 

LKS AROUNO HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

EPCISE CAN SLOW AGING 

KE MINI-COMPUTER TESTS RECALL. WRITING RECOGNITION 

TS OF FLYING AGES PASSENGERS PREMATURELY 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY 
SEE FARM PRODUCTION 

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO N.C. AGRICULTURE EXTENSION SERVICE 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO. RESEARCH 

PEAMUT VARIETY RESISTS DISEASE 

PROJECTS AI-EO AT AIDING FARI«RS 

PAY NOW. BENEFIT LATER 

AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATION SERVICE lASCSI 
ASCS PANEL ELIMINATIONS ARE OPPOSED 
JUDGE RECESSES TOBACCO HEARI^C 

AGRICULTURAL TEAMS. INC. 

GROUPS SCHEDULE 2 PRODUCE SALES 

•"EOPLES "AOKET DAY': PRODUCE AT A DISCOUNT 

ACTIVISTS AID URBAN. RURAL POOR 

AGRICULTURE 

SEE ALSO CROPS 

SEE ALSO FARMERS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 

SEE ALSO N.C. AGRICULTURE EXTENSION SERVICE 

SEE ALSO N.C. DFPT. OF AGRICULTJRE 

SEE ALSO N.C. FAR" BUREAU 

SEE ALSO SEAFOOD INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTJRE 

SOIL EROSION PLAGUES N.C. INOJSTRIES 

FIRM MAY HELP DESERTS BLOOM 

AGRICULTURE, EXPORTS 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 
SEE ALSr N.C EXPORTS 
SEE ALSO U.S.. EXPORTS 

EFFICIENCY KEY TO QUALITY 

EXPORTER URGES U.S. TO hqnoR 



rRAIN CONTRACTS 



AID FOR POLAND 

SEE ALSO POLAND 

CHAPEL HILL GROUP TO SEND MEDICAL SUPPLIES TO POLAND 

AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO Child care 
SEE ALSO Child support 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY OEPT. OF 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY OEPT. OF 
SEE ALSO DURHAM DAY CARE COUNCIL 

TOUGHER WELFARE RULES MAY CUT 

HUGH COLE'S JOB IS TRACKING TH 

CHOICE: JOBS OR MEDICAL CARE 

WELFARE REFOR" BACKFIRES 

DURHAM COUNTY. N.C. «OULD HAVE 

SOCIAL SERVICES HEAD QUESTIONS 

N.C. DEMOCRATS SKEPTICAL OF RE 

NEW FEDERALISM LEFT ON STATES' 

N.C. ERROR RATE SAID LOW ON 2 

FEDERALISM DIVIDING LEADERS O-J 

EXPRESSWAY, 1-41 OROJECS CONT 

HUNT OPPOSES REAGAN'S PROPOSAL 

HUNT SUPPORTS SOME TYPE OF ORO 

SOME AFCC FAMILIES NEED FOR"S 

NEW RFPCRTS SAID NEEDED FOR Ai 

FEDERAL BUDGET CUTS CUT INTO 3 

LIVING IN DURHAM ON REAGAN'S ■> 

PEOPLE OUGHT TO TRY SELF-RELU 

FAMILIES SHOULD TRY HELPING TH 

SOCIAL SERVICES SEEKS INCREA^ 

MORE THAN 800 N.C. FAMILIES HS 

DATA ERRORS MAY DELAY N.C. WEt 

NEW FOR" ^OR AFDC TRIMS ROLLS 

HUNT CITES WELFARE COMPARISON 

N.C. HELPS WITH NEW AFDC RULES 

PROGRAM TAKEOVER OPPOSED 

GROUP URGES FEDERAL HELP 

STUDY: FEDERAL CUTS COST N.C. 

'WORKFARE' RROGRA" WILL AID ST 

COMPUTER PROBLEMS DELAY CHECKS 

N.C. ERROR RATE ON 3 PRCGRA"S 

LEE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS APPR3 







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H 2 5/03/82 A 



H 2 9/13/82 A 



S 2 6/07/82 3 6 
S 2 6/09/32 C 11 
H 2 7/13/82 C 1 



H 1 1/05/32 B 1 



H 2 9/08/32 B 1 U 

S 2 10/06/62 3 1 N "23 

S 2 11/27/82 A 3 N M23 

S 2 12/30/82 C 1 N 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


3/09/32 A 
7/07/82 C 
7/09/32 A 


9 

5 
4 


N 

N 

E 




H 2 
H 2 


3/04/32 C 
3/18/32 D 


12 

7 


N 
N 




S 2 
11 


3/27/82 A 
5/05/82 C 
9/22/32 C 


3 

1 

15 


N 
F 
N 


F30 
J06 



S 2 

H 2 



2/24/82 A 17 
8/07/82 A 3 



6/14/32 A 11 N 
9/12/32 A 12 N 



H 2 1/01/82 3 



SOCIAL SERVICES 

SOCIAL SERVICES, CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT 

WORK INCENTIVE 
E ABSENT PARENT 



TO PAY MORE 

REAGAN PLAN 
AGAN'S PROPOSAL 

DOORSTEP (CARTOON) 
PROGRAMS 

"ARTY LINES 
INUE 

S ON WELFARE 
GRA" EXCHANGES 

DC AID 

URhAM PROGRAMS 

JDGET 

NCE 

EMSELVES 

FROM COUNTY 
VE LOST WELFARE BENEFITS 

FARE Checks 



$241 "ILLION 

ATE WELFARE RECIPIENTS 

FJR AFDC APPLICANTS 
SAID REDUCED 
VE FEE POLICY 



H 2 


1/03/82 






N 




M 2 


1/03/32 






F 


381 


S 2 


1/16/82 






N 


F30 


S 2 


1/19/82 






E 




S 2 


1/27/32 






N 


F30 


H 2 


1/28/32 






N 


B8I 


h 2 


1/23/32 






N 




H 2 


1/29/82 




4 T 


T 


R56 


H 2 


1/30/32 






N 




S 2 


1/30/32 




3 P 


F 


MIO 


S 2 


2/01/82 






N 


F30 


S 2 


2/18/32 




I P 


N 




H 2 


2/19/32 






N 




H 2 


2/23/32 






N 




S 2 


2/24/»2 




13 


N 




H 2 


3/07/32 






G 


381 


H 2 


3/03/32 




I P 


G 


381 


H 2 


3/20/82 






L 




H 2 


3/25/32 






L 




B 2 


4/01/82 






N 


331 


H 2 


4/03/32 






N 




S 2 


4/03/32 






N 




H 2 


4/04/82 




13 


N 




H 2 


4/09/32 




9 P 


N 




S 2 


4/10/32 






L 




H 2 


4/17/82 






N 


W3fc 


S 2 


4/17/82 






N 


F30 


H 2 


5/02/32 






N 




S 2 


5/17/82 






N 




H 2 


7/13/32 






N 




H 2 


7/23/82 




12 


N 




H I 


8/03/82 


B 




N 





MONTHLY/4 



N M U A L 

i/oi/aa 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 15 
1/07/83 



JUDGE ORDERS N.C. TO CLEAR WELFARE APPLICATION BACKLOG 
APPLICANTS MAV GET PAY 

^NEi'-MRflNE'-fLL OF = ER LOH-COST SERVICE AT ROU 
NEW AIRLINE PLANS RALE IGH-DUR-I AM STOP 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 

^^oeckEE on'Iir^bIgs shlulo spark anger 

AMERICANS LOSING ECONOMIC FREEDOM 
DUBIOUS DEVICES 

AIR CONDITIONERS 

"!in^2A[r5s SIZZLING TODAY 
COOLING DOWN 

AIR FLORIDA ^ 

S!;c!'*OIVERs"sEARCHEO POTOMAC FOR VICTIMS 

AIR POLLUTION ,,„. 

SEE ALSO AUTO POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. N.C, AIR POLLUTION 
SEE ALSO CLEAN AIR ACT 

111 itsO NklYoNAL CLEAN AIR COALITION 
SEE ALSO POLLUTION 

"k£lKi^S?!L"5E&J\gT ^y^pkfsSEj^ITH CLEAN-AIR PLAN FOR MECKLENBURG 

^S?^ST^JJ^MA;il3^'S?J^T'lWS5^JSt?ICIZED 

SAVE THE WHALES (CARTOONI ^ . „^ 

DURHAM AIR VIOLATES POLLUTION STANDARDS 
HOSPITAL MINISTRY FOCUS OF SEMINARS 
N.C. PLANS TO SCRUTINIZE AIR PpLLUTION 

grimsley denies charges n.c. enforcement lax 
durham may not meet air standard 
flue gas study continued 
institute gets epa contract 

fiIe''ano''pollution hazards cited in use^of kerosene heaters 

AUTO emission testing starts in MECKLENBURG 

anti-tampering law ,„-., 

POWER PLANT EMISSIONS SAID TOD GREAT 
POWFR PLANTS GET EXTENSION OF VARIANCES 
COUNTIES' ROADS FUNDS AT STAKE 
CLEANUP EXTENSION GIVEN 

AIR POLLUTION STANDARDS 

^"duS^^S S^t^^fieL IS^EEgk POLLUTION STANDARDS 
GAINING SOME CONTROL , ,„„^ .„c.<- 
EPA THREATENS BUILDING BAN IN SOME AREAS 
STATE IS STEPPING UP AIR-OUALITY MONITORING 
EPA. ARMY JOIN IN CARBON MONOXIDE STUDY 
PLANT EMISSION PLAN IS PRAISEO 
POLL INDICATES SUPPORT TO REDUCE ACID RAIN 

'"" ^DURHAM AIR STILL EXCEEDS POLLJTION STANDARDS 

lTA\E'''STSL!?lES'0F^?!fAL'l°S?=END PROPOSALS TO RELAX SOOT LIMITS 

AGREEMENT ,<EACHED WITH FIRM 

DURHAM alR VIOLATES POLLUTION STANDARDS 

STATE IS STEPPING UP AIR-QUALITY MONITORING 

DURHAM MAY NOT MEET AIR STANDARD 

cIrBOn'^^ONoSiOeI NEW^ONITOR records LEVELS PEOPLE BREATHE 
CLEANUP EXTENSION GIVEN 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT 
DON'T REHIRE THF STRIKERS 
FAA RAPS RULING 

CONTROLLERS INVESTIGATED IN CHARLOTTE 
STRIKERS STRIKE OUT 
LEST YOU FORGET. . . 

FAA* FLIGHTS NEAR PRE-STRIKE LEVELS 
FORMER AIR CONTROLLERS SAY CAJ SE JUST 
CONTROLLERS FAVOR REHIRING TH^ SE FIRED 
18 EX-AIR CONTROLLERS WANT THEIR JOBS BACK 
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS FIGHT FOR JOBS 

AIR "'J^IJfj'J,;,,^,, BEGINS OFFERING TWO FLIGHTS TO ROU AIRPORT 

"'''''5yiBSR^^'fAL&?ES. . . THE RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT 

AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL PLANES 
SEE AIRPLANES 

AIRCRAFT, BOMBERS 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES 

"fRIoIS URGES^BoSIer CUTS TO PRESERVE EDUCATION AID 

AIRCRAFT CARRIERS 

N.C. "AN CHARGED WITH ARSON 

AIRLINE DEATHS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, J.S. „ „ .„ ,c„-.,t 
ONE OF D.C. CRASH VICTIMS FORMERLY DURHAM RESIDENT 
FORMER RESIDENT IN CRASH 

CHARLOTTE COUPLE AMONG VICTIMS OF PLANE CRASH 

WOMAn'sERVING life term ATTENDS PARENTS' FUNERAL 

INVESTIGAfoRs''8EGIN PROBE OF 'LANE CRASH THAT KILLED 3 
DURHA" MAN DAD OF PLANE CRASH VICTIM 
SON OF DURHAM MAN KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 
PASSENGER KILLED; N.C. PILOT ESCAPES 

AIRLINE STEWARDESSES 

THE FIRST AIR HOSTESS 

AIRLINE TRANSPORTATION INC. 

ROU LIMOUSINE AGREEMENT REACHED 



11/06/82 
11/25/82 



3/10/82 
3/21/92 



1 
19 



P BYL 

N 

N M23 

N S83 



2 8/09/82 
2 3/27/82 
2 12/2<./B2 



S 2 3/10/82 B 1 N K9C} 
S 2 8/11/82 C 1 P P R91 



2 1/17/82 <. 
2 1/31/82 A 19 



s ? 


1/23/82 A 


3 P 


N F30 


S 2 


2/02/82 B 


6 


N 


H 2 


3/12/82 A 


17 


N 


H 2 


3/18/92 A 


7 


N 


H 2 


<,/2l/82 A 


4 T 


T R56 


S 2 


5/11/82 A 


1 


N K90 


H 2 


5/23/82 A 


14 P 


N 


S 2 


6/29/82 C 


4 


N 


S 2 


6/23/82 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


7/02/82 6 


1 


N K90 


H 2 


10/27/82 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


10/29/92 C 


9 


N 


H 2 


11/17/92 A 


5 


L 


H 2 


U/17/82 A 


11 


N 


H 2 


12/02/82 8 


3 


N 


S 2 


12/07/82 A 


9 


N 


S 2 


12/09/82 C 


12 


N 


H 2 


12/10/82 A 


7 


N 


H 2 


12/27/82 A 


1 


N 


S 2 


12/29/92 C 


1 


N K90 


S 2 


3/02/92 B 


1 


N K90 


S 2 


i,/10/92 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


5/01/82 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


6/20/92 A 


12 


N 


H 2 


6/27/92 C 


2 


N 


H 2 


9/11/92 A 


12 


N 


H 2 


11/30/82 A 


15 


N 


S 2 


3/02/92 B 


1 


N K90 


H 2 


3/06/82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/30/82 A 


11 


N 


H 2 


4/01/82 D 


6 


N 


S 2 


5/11/92 A 


1 


N K90 


H 2 


6/20/92 A 


12 


N 


S 2 


7/02/82 B 


1 


N <90 


S 2 


9/02/92 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


9/25/82 C 


3 P 


N B30 


5 2 


12/29/82 C 


1 


N K90 


H 2 


1/17/82 


5 


L 


H 2 


2/04/92 A 


14 


N 


H 2 


3/21/92 A 


7 


N 


S 2 


4/07/92 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


4/25/82 D 


4 


L 


5 2 


6/11/92 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


6/13/92 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


a/04/82 A 


14 


F 


S 2 


8/05/82 A 


1 


N S83 


S 2 


9/14/92 a 


5 


N 


S 2 


9/29/32 C 


15 


N 


S 2 


6/01/82 B 


1 


N sa3 


H 2 


4/25/82 G 


4 


A 



H 2 3/04/92 A 15 N 
H 2 8/04/92 a 12 N 

H 



7 


1/15/32 


A 


1 





N 




? 


1/15/82 


(. 


I 








7 


7/11/82 


A 


2 








7 


7/11/82 


A 


4 








7 


7/16/92 


A 


4 








7 


7/20/82 


A 


in 




N 




7 


7/25/82 


A 


1 


u 


N 


M51 


7 


7/2 5/82 


A 


1 










12/17/32 


C 


12 


M 


N 


A54 


7 


12/17/92 


C 


8 








2 


12/23/82 


A 


5 




N 




2 


11/06/92 


A 


4 




E 




2 


3/16/82 


B 


1 




N 


H60 



HONTriLT/AM^UAL 



I » E X 
12/31/82 



J E C T S 



PAGE 16 
l/OT/83 



SEE AJ.SO ACCIOcNTS 
SEE ALSP ACCIOEHTS 
SFS «LSC »CCI3E<lTSt AIRPLAHES 



SEE ALS^ 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALST 
SEE ALS- 
S=E »LS~ 
PiS^I ' 



AIRPLANES. ;nte<national 

AIRPLANES* 'I.e. 
" " — J.S. 



SEE ALS" A 19 ATLASTA 

SEE ALS3 l"E^lL>>> AIRLINES 
SEE ALSC 5EST AULISES 
-- =R,^iFc AIRLISES 

EASTE5S AI9 LItES 

SE« *3'^ AIR 

Pah Americas alRLO AIRWAYS 

sir<=:5: AHLi-iEs 

PAR13S 



IHC-t^Lr&HT-fJ-aES JI5LINE DEPARTURE MAR3 ICARTOOHI 

2 '•E- AIRLI'IES TJ FLT FROM ROJ 

==A>II = F GP3f."l? = ? 

SiaCP^: CURSE T?J. Ai«ERICAli AIRLI<<ES: ICART03N1 

a:5 <!RGI><Ia 3E3I"<S 3FFERING "«Q flights TO ROU AIRPORT 

1E« A'iSLINES SAI3 SIGN OF GRCWTm sjTiNTIAL 

faa: =l!GhTS IEar pre-STRIkE -EvELS 

= IEr"C"<'' flTES tMTO SEB AREA 

5E5' AIRLINES r3 SERVE RALE! 3-'-3jRriA" a:R»C = T 

JELCCI"E A30AR3 

AIRLINES. =A9ES 

SEVERAL AIRLISE? I 'i S.C. E"«GAG ING I"* =a;E .AR 

jSaTR cuts S3"E fares 

AIRLISES" fares: Ca"PETITlax is; C3MFus!3N 

= :E^"C>ST AIOlIHES CJTS Ha'<F0L<-''3-1E.ARK F»gE 

PIEDMONT STAYS IEUTRAL IN AIR FARE MAS 

AIBLINES. SCHEDULES 

HOST HQLtOAY FLIGHTS SOOKSa 

SOME LINES EXPECTED *T ROU. M RECTOR SAYS 

AIRPLANE NALFIWCTtQHS 

SEE ALSO ACCtOEMTS* AIRPLANES. <l.C. 
CIVIL AIR PATROL SEARCHES FOR PLANE 

ACCIDENTS. AIRPLANES. INTERNATIONAL 

ACC;3ESTS. AIRPLANES. Y.C. 

ACCI^JEITS. AIRPLANES. J.S. 

AIRCRAFT. 3G"aERS 

AIRLINES 

PILJT TRAINING 

PIL3TS 

PRIVATE AIOPLAHE? 
L-.- = '-r:v; ='.i'.r RESULTS IS CALLS 
;-;-,-.,- ; = -; = = ; ^^57 PRQPELL?? =LA'iE 
S'z'w^y^- z~-:z=% 3R3FELLER PLi*»E5 

x'-i --•== ' -'z ;v=3 a: = plane p'jRCrtASE 

::i:e ;?"!'.-; ;.;* .;--: = ». al 
-_;:£ ": :e:::£ .-: .i-l :■£■' 'lane 

aiopla«ie;. E"ER5E«iCIES 

see ALS3 1CC:3E«T$, AIRPLANES. -(.C. 
EARNING Lis-'' ^"O^E: LA»OISG 

p'EOWN* jE* =:-:;: ": .^''Z: -o 3ne hurt 

LIGHT FCRCS: :_i.r 'Z "»•? E)€RGE"«CY LAMOIXG 

AIRPLANES. -i'jAC<:'iG 

SEE HIJACIING. AIRPLANE 

AIRPLA1ES. -IIST3»Y 
SEE ALS3 kO"E'«. 
SEE ALS? •RIG-T 

FLIERS SAL-"E 

N.C. AVIA-iCS 

FIRST FLiX" 



IRPLANES 


SEE 


ALSO 


SEE 


ALS3 




ALSC 




ALS? 


see 


ALS? 


SEE 


ALS3 


SEE 


ALS3 




ALSI? 



a:5=l«'_.es 

;:;e-"=3st 

PIC^EER GETS HOIORAHY OEGREE 
C3'»<. IAS SITE. EX-OFFICER SATS 



HQ» TINES 33 CHANGE: THE STWW OF AVIATION 

AIRPLANES. KISSING 

2 NEN. AIRPLANE STILL NISSING 
2 F<3UN0 DEAD AFTER PLANE CRASH 
CAP TO SEARCH FCR ntSSING PLANE 
AIRPLANE REPQRTEO "ISSING 
NISSING PLANE 3EING SCUGHT 
SF«9C>' SESj'ES F3R PLANE 

1I5PLANES. SAFETY 

SEE ALS'' ACCIDENTS. AIRPLANES. INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALS3 ACCIDENTS. AIRPLANES. N.C. 
SEE ALSI' ACCIDENTS. AIRPLANES. J.S. 
SEE ALSO SAFETY 

FAitSIGHTEO PLANNING MAKES AlDPOaT SAFER 

AIRp.]aT OEVELOPMENT AID PRDGRAN 

L>> BIDS 3N RDu R'JN4AT HB.P f^oeilESS DF PROJECT 

3ILL RESTORES AlO PROGRAN FOR AIRPORTS 

RDU REvS J? FDR FUtroS 

AERCMAUTICS C3UNCIL TO STUDY 'RDGRA" 

COUNCIL TO GET AIRPORT PLAN 

ROU HILL GET OVER 13 "ILLION 

ICING ON ROU CAKE 

XI9PDRT ROAD 

AIRPORT PROJECT 3I0S LESS THAN ANTICIPATED 
ROU APPROVES LCH 3ID FOR RELOCATION OF ROAO 

AIRPORTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO DOUGLAS AIOPORT ICHARL3TTE. N.C.I 

SEE ALSO HORACE UlLLIAMS AIRPORT 

3Ec ALSO NIOUAT AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO M.C. AERONAUTICS COIMUL 

SEE ALS!! ORANGE COWTV. N.C.i AIRPORTS 

SEE ALSO PERS~-N CDJNTY. N.C. AIRPOHTS 

SEE ALSC =ALEIG-/~J=-A" AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO =ALE-:-/:-=-«" AIRPQUT AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO 9ALEI3-. r-=-i- AVIATION 

QPANGE -iT-jGY =I'i3S. ^ATES SR '0SSI31E AIRPORT SITES 

•«FL = "11 ASFA SITE =93P;SE: F<]R person COUNTY AIRPORT 

51YLES ?aC<S psIPCSEG a"ESD"E'iT 

FAA: =LIG-"'S near PaS-STRIKE .EVELS 

AJINOIVIT^ ^3.. INC. IJAPANESE FOOD AND CHE'ICAL CO. I 
SEE ALSC JAPAN 

0"E"II>1G SSI F"R H.3 "ILLION PLANT IN RALEIGH 

A"!NO ACIDS: PRDTEIN-S -sUILDING ^LDCKS" «AY FIGURE IN TREATING CAlCE'. 
JAPANESE FI9N T3 PRDQUCE AnllO ACIDS IN N.C. PLANT 

AKZOHA INC. 

DUTCH FIR" TO SUY S-<A9ES 



S 2 


1/35/62 


A 


t. 


c 




H 2 


3/08/32 


A 


t. T 


f 


R5t 


S 2 


5/11/82 


A 


1 


N 


S83 


H 2 


5/17/82 


A 


4 


= 




H 2 


5/19/82 


A 


* T 


f 


R56 


S 2 


5/01/82 


3 


1 


N 


S93 


S 2 


5/02/82 


c 


1 


N 


S83 


H 2 


P/13/B2 


A 


9 


N 




S 2 


■1/2P/52 


A 


IC 


N 




S 2 


9/l3/=2 


A 


1 


N 


S33 


H 2 


9/li/82 


A 




E 




H 2 


2/26/82 


A 


s 


'. 




H 2 


a/OT/82 


3 


12 


N 




H 2 


5/21/92 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


9/29/S2 


c 


9 


N 




S 2 


12/22/82 


A 


11 


N 




S 2 


11/11/92 


A 


I 


N 


S83 


H 2 


12/08/82 


3 


1 


N 





S 2 1/07/82 A 



H 7 


2/25/92 


A 


7 


N 


S ? 


3/15/52 


A 


■1 


N 


H 2 


3/16/=2 


A 


9 


S 


H 7 


7/08/92 


a 


1 


N FTS 


S ? 


7/03/92 


( 


1 


N 


" ? 


9/09/82 




! 


N 951 


' 2 


9/09/92 


f 


* 


N 


H 2 


12/33/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 7 


9/38/92 


A 


1 7 


N 


S 7 


12/10/82 


A 


I 


N 


H 1 


12/11/92 


3 


I 


N 



H 2 5/19/92 3 1 P F H60 

H 2 5/24/82 A 11 N 

H 2 a/22/92 A II N 

S 2 10/38/92 C 6 U ly,3 



H I 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



1/37/82 3 
1/08/92 A 
1/19/82 £ 
1/20/92 C 
3/0 3/92 i 
3/13/92 C 



S 2 7/30/82 A 



5/19/92 
a/2;/'"2 
9/31/62 
9/32/92 
9/02/92 

10/G*/e2 



S 2 
H 2 



3/3A/92 C 
3/04/92 3 



S33 

H60 
583 
H60 



N sa3 

N H&O 



H 2 3/13/92 r 1 

H 1 5/31/92 3 1 

S 2 5/12/92 C 1* 

H 2 S/13/92 A 9 



2/28/92 II 
4/33/62 A 10 
4/03/82 A 10 



5/05/92 A 20 



ALABAMA, ELECTIONS 



M0NTHLT/4NNU4L 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



M4LLACE THE CiT/BLACKBIPO 1CA5T0ONI 

»L«««NCE CMORALE 

CHORALE TO PRESENT CONCERT 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO AMBULANCE SERVICE. ALAMANCE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO eATTLE OF ALAMANCE 

SEE ALSO CEOAROCK PARK 

S^E ALSO LUTHERAN RETIREMENT MIMSTRIES OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO UNITED HAY OF ALAMANCE 

AUDIT OF CETA CUTS guESTIONED FUNDS 

ALAMANCE DAYS SLATED AT FAIR 

JUNIOR FISHING ROOEO SCHEDULE:) SATURDAY 

ANNEDEEN MILL TO CONSOLIDATE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., BONO ELECTIONS 
SFE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, ELECTIONS 

ALAMANCE 50ND ISSUE REGISTRATION DEADLINE JAN. 25 

COUNTY JAIL, COURTHOUSE TOURS PLANNED MONDAY 

BOND ISSUES PRO-OTEO 

ABSENTEE BALLOT DEADLINE NEARS 

ALAMANCE VOTES TODAY ON TWO BOND ISSUES 

ALAMANCE JAIL AND COURTHOUSE 3 OND ISSUES SOUNDLY DEFEATED 

ALAMANCE OFFICIALS SAY NEW JAIL IS INEVITABLE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, BUDGET 

ALAMANCE COUNTY IN CETA DISPUTE 

MOVE TO OUST CETA HEAD IN ALAMANCE COUNTY FAILS 

DISPUTED ALAMANCE FUNDS ARE REDUCED 

PUBLICLY FUNDED ABORTIONS OPPOSED 

NO TAX INCREASE IS SOUGHT 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS DEBATE THE BOARD'S ROLE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., CABLE TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO CABLEVISION OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS DELAY ANNUAL TAX LIEN SALE 

ALAMANCE TO AWARD CABLE TV CffJTRACT 

TWO CABLE TV AGREEMENTS ARE Rr ACHED 

MERIT RAISES DISCUSSED IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS DEBATE THE BOARD'S ROLE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, COMPUTERS 

SEE ALAMANCE COUNTY, DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., COUNTY VEHICLES 
ALAMANCE STUDIES MAINTENANCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, COURTS 

SEE ALS" ALAMANCE COUNTY COURTHOUSE 

MOVE TO OUST CETA MEAD IN ALA-ANCE COUNTY FAILS 
ALAMANCE TO TIGHTEN SECURITY f JR COURTS 
COUNSELORS TO STUDY YOUTHS' DIET, BEHAVIOR 

ALAM«NCE COUNTY, DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM 
SEE ALS" CCPUTERS 

OFFICIALS IN ALAMANCE DISCUSS CHEESE, 
ALAMANCE BOARD APPROVES CONTRACT 



COMPUTERS, WORKFARE 



ALAMANCE COUN 
SEE ALSO A 
SEE ALSO A 
SEE ALSO A 
ALAMANCE 
LA^YE" F 
NEWLIN W 
11 SEFKI 
11 FILE 
VOTER RE 
•"EET TH 
U SEEK 
ALAMANCE 
INCUMEEN 
3 RUNOFF 
2 SEE" 
DAVIS, S 
VOTERS I 
REPUBLIC 



TY, ELECTIONS 

LAMANCE COUNTY BOARD IF EDUCATION, ELECTIONS 

LAMANCE COUNTY BOARD IF ELECTIONS 

LAMINCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 

= 0N0 ISSUE REGISTRAHON DEADLINE JAN. 25 
ILES FOR ALAMANCE DA 
ILL NOT SEEK NEW TERM 
NG ALAMANCE POSTS 
FOR 2 ALAMANCE SEATS 

GISTRATION: IN ALAMANCE COUNTY. ..AND IN CHATHAM COUNTY 
E CANDIDATES' ... IN ALAMANCE COUNTY 
2 ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS' SEATS 

SHERIFF WINS 
TS WIN SCHOOL BOARD RACE 
S SET IN ALAMANCE 
LAMANCE DA POST 
ELLARS NOMINATED 

N ALAMANCE COUNTY TO CHOOSE 2 COMMISSIONERS 
AN, DEMOCRAT TO JOIN ALAMANCE BOARD 



ALAMANCE COUNTY, EMPLOYEES 

MERIT RAISES DISCUSSED IN ALAMANCE 
DIFFERENCES OVER RAISES SURFACE AGAIN 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., FEDERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 
ALAMANCE TO SEEK GRANT 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, FIRE DISTRICTS 

SEE ALSO NORTHEASTERN ALAMANCE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 
FIRE STATION NEGOTIATIONS COLLAPSE 

ALAMANCE C"UNTY, I.C, GOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION 
ALAMANCE COOPERATION URGED 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, HAZARDOUS WASTE DI SPOSAL 

SEE BURLINGTON, N.C., HAZARDOUS WASTES DISPOSAL 

ALAMINCE COUNTY, N.C., HISTORY 

BATTLE'S 211TH ANNIVERSARY TQ BE OBSERVED SUNDAY 
ALAMANCE MUSEUM LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALS" ALSMANCE COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE 

SEE ALSO Burlington, n.c industrial development 

INDUSTRIAL PROSPECT 'LOOKS GOOD' 

ALAMANCE PANEL SEEKS IDEAS ON MEETING ECONOMIC NEEDS 

AUDIT SAYS ALAMANCE CETA DEBT COVERED 

WESTERN ELECTRIC GETS CONTRACT 

FIRM'S PLAN TO USE COBALT OR A^ S SOME OPPOSITION IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE TO EXPRESS OPPOSITIO>l TO PLANT 

ALAMANCE MAY USE ORDI'JANCE TO BLOCK FIRM 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, PROPERTY REVALUATION 
ALAMANCE 30AR0 APPROVES CONTRACT 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. PROPERTY TAKES 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, TAXES 

ALAMANCE BOARD APPROVES CONTRACT 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, TAX RATE 

NO TAX INCREASE IS SOUGHT 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, TAXES 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 

PANEL PROSING TAX LIENS SEEKS 2 GROUPS' OPINIONS 
ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE DECLINES TO GIVE OPINION 



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SUBJECTS 



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ALAfANCE TAX LIEN CHANGES PRO'OScO 

ALAHANCE COUNTVi WATER AND SEaER LINES 

SEE ALSn PURLTNGTON. N.C.t WATE> AND SEWER PROPOSAL 
ALA"ANCE TO SEEK GRANT 
ALAMANCE TOWN ASKS EOR SEWER LINE EXTENSION 

ALAMANCE Cr-UNTY ARTS CENTER 

3 ARTISTS' WORKS TO GO ON DIS'LAr 

ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 

ARTS COUNCIL SETS RECEPTION SA TUROAT 
ARTS FESTIVAL IS 3EING HELO 
FINE ARTS CAMP TO BE MELD 
CEDAROCK PARK MAY GET LAKE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS EXPERIENCE 
SEE ALSr ARTS. -I.e. 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. N.C. 

ARTS FESTIVAL IS 3EING MELD 

ALAMANCE C1UNTY ATTORNEY 

PANEL PPOPING TAX LIENS SEEKS 2 GROUPS' OPINIONS 
ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE DEaiNES TO GIVE OPINION 
ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS DELAY ANNUAL TAX LIEN SALE 
ALAMANCE TAX LIEN CHANGES PROPOSED 
ALAMANCE COUNTY ATTORNEY RESIJNS 

ALAMANCE ROARD TO HIRE FULL-TIME COUNTY ATTORNEY 
PUBLICLY FUNDED ABORTIONS aPP:)SED 
30A=D NAMES NEW ATTORNEY IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY 30ARD OF EDUCATION 
30AR0 TC VISIT MESanE SCHOOL 
BOARD TC VISIT SCOOL in SAXAPAmaw 
C"!URT REJECTS INMATE ACCESS TO RECORDS 
BOARD TO VISIT ALAMANCE SCHOOL 
aOABO TO VISIT GRAHAM SCHOOL 

ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. ELECTIONS 
SEE ALS" ALAMANCE COUNTY, ELECT!ONS 
11 FILE FOR 2 ALAMANCE SEATS 
11 SEEK 2 ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS' SEATS 
INCUMBENTS WIN SCHOOL BOARD Ri CE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY RDARD OF ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, ELECTIONS 

ALAMANCE °OND ISSUE REGISTRATION DEADLINE JAN. 25 
ABSENTEE BALLOTS AVAILABLE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

SEE BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CHRISTMAS TOUR ANO CANDLELIGHT TEA 
SEE ALSO HOUSE TOURS 

Christmas tour: historic HOUSES TO BE OPEN IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

ALL'ED URGES WCRKFARE PROGRAM 
ALAMANCE ECONOMIC GAINS IN 1 9» 
ala-aNCE BOND ISSUE REGISTRAn 
3FfTC:ALS IN ALAMANCE DISCUSS 
ALAMANCE BOARD APPROVES CONTRA 
ALAMANCE COUNTY IN CETA 01 SPUT 
ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS DELAY A 
MOVE ■':, OUST CETA HEAD IN ALA" 
ALAMANCE COUNTY ATTORNEY RESI", 
ALAMANCE OELAYS WDRKFARE DEC It 
ALAMANCE 50AR0 TO HIRE FULL-TI 
CETA AUDIT FINOS NO MISAPPROPR 
ALAMANCE TO AWARD CABLE TV CON 
PUBLICLY FUNOED ABORTIONS OPPO 
BOABO NAMES NEW ATTORNEY IN AL 
TWO CABLE TV AGREEMENTS ARE RE 
ALAMANCE COUNTY MANAGER RESIGN 
MERIT RAISES DISCUSSED IN ALA" 
SCOTT WITHDRAWS RESIGNATION 
ALAMANCE "OARO PROCEEDS WITH P 
ALAMANCE BOARD ESiDORSES CENTE? 
ALOIT SAYS ALAMANCE CETA DEBT 

ALAMANCE TO SEEK GRANT 
ALAMANCE STUOIES MAINTENANCE 
ALAMANCE APPROVFS REPAIR OF 3j 
NEW ALAMANCE JA I L 2 TO 3 YEARS 
CEDAROCK PARK MAY GET LAKE 
ALAMANCE DISCUSSES how to REAC 
COMPANY TO LOCATE PLANT NEAR < 
ALAMANCE TOWN ASKS FQR SEWER L 
FIRM-s PLAN TO USE COBALT DRAW 
ALAMANCE TO EXPRESS GPPOSITIOI 
ALAMj-iCE M»Y USE ORDINANCE TO 
ALA-ANCE BOARD HEARS SUPPORT = 
ALAMANCE TO STOP WORK ON OROIN 



IN ALAMANCE 

1 DESCRIBED AS FAIR 

ON DEADLINE JAN. 25 

CHEESE. COMPUTERS. WORKFARE 

CT 

E 

NNUAL TAX LIEN SALE 

ANCE COUNTY FAILS 

N5 

ION 

ME COUNTY ATTORNEY 

lATION 

TRACT 

SEO 

AMANCE 

ACHED 

S 

ANCF 

LAN TO REPLACE JAIL 

COVERED 



RLIN&TON SCHOOL ROOFS 
AWAY 

M SOME NEEDY 

ESANE 

INE EXTENSION 

S SOME OPPOSITION IN ALAMANCE 

TO PLANT 
BLOCK FIRM 
OR PROCESSING FIRM 
ANCE 



ALAMANCE COU'TY COMMISSIONERS. BUKET 
NO TAX INCREASE IS SOUGHT 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS DEBATE THE BOARD'S ROLE 
DIFFERENCES OVE" RAISES SURFACE AGAIN 
ALAMANCE SCHOOLS TO GET 12.5 "ILLION 
ALAMANCE "'KS COUNTY SCHOOLS R=PA!R MONEY 

ALAMANCE CnjNTY CflMMISSIONFRS, ELECTIONS 
SEc ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY. ELECT' ONS 
NEnLIN WILL NOT SEEK NEK TERM 
11 SEEKING ALAMANCE POSTS 
11 FILE FC^ 2 ALAMANCE SEATS 
II SEEK 2 ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS' SEATS 
ALA-ANCE SHERIFF WINS 
DAVIS. SELLARS NOMINATED 

X9I''5.5,i'* *LAMANCE COUNTY TO CHOOSE 2 COMMISSIONERS 
REPUBLICAN, DEMOCRAT TO JOIN ALAMANCE BOARD 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COURTHOUSE 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, COURTS 

COUNTY JAIL. COURTHOUSE TOL« S PLANNED MONDAY 

ALAMANCE TOURS 

BONO ISSUES PRO-OTEO 

ABSENTEE BALLOT DEADLINE NEAR^ 

ALAMANCE VOTES TODAY ON TwO BDN" ISSUES 

ALAMANCE JAIL ANO COURTHOUSE '^ ONO ISSUES SOUNDLY DEFEATED 

ALAMANCE OFFICIALS SAY NEW JAIL IS IN-^VITABLE 

NO TAX INCREASE IS SOUGHT 

NEW ALAMANCE JAIL 2 TO 3 YEARS A.AY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CROP «ALK 

SEE ALSO CROP (ORGANIZATION 10 'ELIEVE WORLD huNGERI 
ALAMANCE CROP WALK TO BE HELD SUNDAY 



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ALAMANCE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

HUNT WILL ATTEND GOVERNORS DINNER 

ALAMANCE CnuNTY OEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

OFFICIALS IN ALAMANCE DISCUSS CHEESE. COMPUTERS. MORKFARE 
ALAMAMCE "LINKAGES* PROPOSAL TO BE DISCUSSED 
JOHNSTON, ALAMANCE START GIVING OUT SURPLUS CHEESE 

PUBLICLY Funded abortions opposed 

ALAMANCE APPROVES REPAIR OF 6JRLIN&T0N SCHOOL ROOFS 
ALAMANCE TO DISTRIBUTE CHEESE. BUTTER 
ALAMANCE TO DISTRIBUTE BUTTER. CHEESE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 
LAWYER FILES =0R ALAMANCE OA 
11 SEEK 2 ALAMANCE C0»MI S5 ION= RS ■ SEATS 
i SEEK ALAMANCE DA POST 
NEW DA APPOINTS ASSISTANT 

ALAMANCE COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
ALAMANCE ECONOMIC GAINS IN 19»1 DESCRIBED AS FAIR 
ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS DELAY ANNUAL TAX LIEN SALE 
INDUSTRIAL PROSPECT 'LOOKS GOOD" 

ALAMANCE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS 

BIG TnP WILL GO UP THIS MORNING AT ALAMANCE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS 
SEARCH FOR CIRCUS: WHO "OVED THOSE ELEPHANTS? 
FAIRS: IN ALAMANCE THIS WEEK 

ALAMANCE COUNTY FARM TOUR 
FAR" TOUR SCHEDULED 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM 
SEE ALAMANCE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

ALAMANCE HOSPITALS 5EGIN PARA''EOIC TRAINING PROJECT 

TELECAPTION MACHINE DONATED 

ALAMANCE BOARD ENDORSES CENTE' 

BLACK DOCTOR FIGHTS -PERPETUAL LIE- 

HOwERTON TAKES POST WITH COMPANY 

HOSPITAL NEWS: OUTPATIENT CLINIC TO OPEN MONDAY IN ME9ANE 

ALAMANCE HOSPITALS GET "OBILE SCANNER 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR APPOINTED 

TWO ALAMANCE HOSPITALS PLAN CDUNTYWIDE SURVEY 

HOSPITALS MAIL OuESTIONNAIRES 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL SEEKING UNIT TO TREAT TEEN-AGE ALCOHOL. DRUG 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL. RATES 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL BUDGET OK'O 

ALAMANCE COUNTY JAIL 

ALAMANCE POND ISSUE REGISTRATION DEADLINE JAN. 25 

COUNTY JAIL. COURTHOUSE TOURS PLANNED MONDAY 

ALAMANCE TOURS 

BONO ISSUES POOMOTED 

A9SFNTEE BALLOT DEADLINE NEAR5 

ALAMANCE VOTES TODAY ON TWO BOND ISSUES 

ALAMANCE JAIL AND COURTHOUSE 1 ONO ISSUES SOUNDLY DEFEATED 

ALAMANCE OFFICIALS SAY NEW JAIL IS INEVITABLE 

3 ALAMANCE INMATES CITED IN BEATING 

ALAMANCE POARD PROCEEDS WITH PLAN TO REPLACE JAIL 

ALAMANCE OKS COUNTY SCHOOLS REPAIR MONEY 

NEW ALAMANCE JAIL 2 TO 3 YEARS AWAY 

ALAMANCE CnutlTV JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW 
SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 

ALAMANCE JUNIOR BEEF SHOW SET FOIDAY. SATURDAY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY MANAGER 

ALA"ANCE CJUNTY MANAGER RESIGNS 
SCOTT WITHOPAWS RESIGNATION 

ALAMANCE COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 

ALAMANCE HOSPITALS lEGIN PARA''EOIC TRAINING PROJECT 

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OPENS NEW WING 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL TO OFFER CLASSES 

ALAMANCE HOSPITALS GET "OBILE SCANNER 

TWO ALAMANCE HOSPITALS PLAN CDUNTYWIOE SURVEY 

HOSPITALS MAIL OUESTIONNAIRES 

CLEANUPS ARE CONTINUING FROM ALAMANCE OIL SPILLS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY "ENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 

MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION PLANS MEETING 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

SEE ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDJCATION 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS 

SCHOOLS CHORAL CLINIC SLATED 
BOARO TO VISIT SCHOOL IN SAXA'AHAW 
STUDENTS TO GIVE CONCERT 
PARFNT/TEACHEP MEETINGS SET 
ALAMANCE PRINCIPAL HONORED 

10 ALAMANCE STUDENTS CHOSEN FOR GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL 
GRADUATION: ALAMANCE SCHOOLS SCHEDULE CEREMONIES 
ALAMANCE SCHOOLS TO GET ij.5 MILLION 

ALAMANCE OKS COUNTY SCHOOLS REPAIR MONEY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SHERIFF 

SEE ALSO CRIME STOPPERS 

3 ALAMANCE INMATES CITED IN BSATING 

11 SEEK 2 ALAMANCE CuMM I SS ION= RS ' SEATS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT.. ELECTIONS 
ALAMANCE SHERIFF WINS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY TMREF GOVERNORS DINNER 
SEE ALSO N.C.. GOVERNORS 

HUNT WILL ATTEND GOVERNORS DINNER 

ALAMANCE COUNTY UNITED WAY 

SEE UNITED WAY OF ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE HISTORICAL "U5EUM 
FIDDLERS PICNIC ON TAP 
ALAMANCE MUSEUM LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN 

ALAMANCE/CASWELL COUNTIES MEDICAL SOCIETY 
ANTIQUES FAIR IS MARCH J6-J8 

ALAR" SYSTEMS 

BURLINGTON POLICE TO REOUIRE 'ERMITS FOR BURGLAR ALARMS 



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2/24/82 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 




2/25/82 


H 


1 


N 


HhU 


H 




3/01/82 


A 


8 


N 




H 




7/D3/B2 


H 


1 


N 


H6U 


H 




9/08/82 


H 


1 


N 




H 




9/10/62 


B 


1 


N 


H6U 


H 


I 


9/22/32 


B 


1 


N 





1 6/04/82 9 1 N H60 
1 6/18/82 B 1 N H60 



1 1/12/82 
1 7/13/82 
I 3/14/82 
1 10/07/32 
1 10/29/82 
1 11/30/82 
1 12/30/82 


B 
B 
B 
B 

B 
B 




N 
N 
N 
P N 
N 
N 
N 


H60 
H60 

H60 


1 5/13/82 


B 


1 


N 







1/13/92 a 1 


N 




2/18/32 B 


N 




2/19/82 B 


N 




3/24/82 3 


N 




4/20/92 B 


N 




4/21/82 C 


N 




5/28/82 B 1 


N 




6/23/92 B 1 


N 




9/09/32 B I 


N 



H 2 3/01/82 A 9 N 
H I 0/25/92 B 1 N 



H 1 6/30/82 2 1 
H 1 9/04/32 9 1 



H 1 5/06/92 R 1 N 
H 1 5/15/92 B 1 N 



H 2 3/23/82 A 6 N H60 
H 1 7/22/82 B 1 N 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
W/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 20 
1/07/63 



C ?G L 3YL 



•LIFELINE- ALARMS PHOGRAM PLANNED 

ALASKA 

SEE ALSn WILDERNESS AREAS. U.S. 
PASSING PARADE 
ALASKAN BONANZA 

ALASKA - LAND OF PIDNEER SPIRIT 
FREE i$ BUYS HEADACHES 

EX-TAR HEEL SEEKS NOMINATION IN ALASKA'S GUBERNATORIAL RACE 
CANNON HEIR LIKES LIFE IN ALASKA 
KEEPING CROOKS ON ICE 
ALASKA HUNTING ISSUE EMBRACES OUTDOOR RIGHTS 

ALBEXARLE. N.C. 

BILLING PROBE 

PLANT PLANNED IN ALBE"ABLE 

ALEEXARLE SOUND 

ALBEMARLE S':'UND BRIDGE SOON Tl BE REINFORCED 

ALBRIGHT COMMUNITY SOCIAL CLUB 

THREE PERSONS CHARGED «I TH L 10 UOR VIOLATIONS 

2 BUILDINGS PADLOCKED BY POLIZE 
JUDGE-S ORDERS CLOSE 2 DURHAM BUSINESSES 
JUOGHE CLOSES 2 BUSINESSES 

ALSUOUEROUE. NEJ MEXICO 

ALBUQUERQUE BRACES FOR FINAL =OUR 

ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO ABC STORES 

SEE ALSO PEER 

SEE ALSO PRANDY 

SEE ALSO COCKTAILS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. N.C ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

SEE ALSO DISTILLERIES 

SEE ALSO INTOXIME'ER 

SEE ALSO JOSEPH SChlITZ BREWING CO. 

SEE ALSO LIOUOR INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC PROPERTY DRINKING BAN 

SEE ALSO SCOTCH WHISKEY 

SEE ALSO WINE 

ALCOHOL A BIGGER ISSUE THAN TOBACCO 

•MISS MATTIE- WAGED WAR ON MCDOWELL DISTILLERIES 

ALCOHOL. DRUGS A DANGEROUS "IXTURE 

BEER CAN PACK HARDER PUNCH TH« N WHISKEY 

ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, SALES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO MOONSHINE 

JACOBS IS GIVEN FINE 

FOR CHATHAM MAN, IT WAS LIKE OLD TIMES 

DRUG AND ALCOHOL CHARGES FILED 

STILL RAIDED IN PERSON 

3 RCUGE-ONT MEN ARRESTED FOR LIQUOR STILL 
POLICE ARREST !<• ON LIQUOR COUNTS 
MIxED-uRINK SALES TO "INOR CHARGED 

SCRAP IPONY 

FEDERAL, STATE AGENCIES PROBE MOONSHINE DEATHS 

THREE PFRSONS CHARGED WITH L H UOS VIOLATIONS 

THREE CHARGED WITH VIOLATING LIQUOR LAWS 

2 BUILDINGS PADLOCKED BY POLICE 

JUDGE'S ORDERS CLOSE 2 DURHAM BUSINESSES 

JUDGHE CLOSES 2 BUSINESSES 

ABC POLICE CITE M«NAGER 

CHAMELEON^S DRINK PERMITS ARE REVOKED 

ALCOHOL, LAWS 
SEE ABC LAWS 

ALCOHOL, SALES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 
SEE ALSO LEGAL DRINKING AGE 

HUNT OBJECTS TO LIQUOR BOTTLE EMBLAZONED WITH HIS EMBLEM 

MISLEADING IMAGE 

SALES OF BEER UP 65» IN N.C. SINCE 1970 

ALCOHOL. TAXES 

SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

COUNTY'S ABC TAX TAKE EYED FO* CENTER 

SENATORS RELENT ON EDUCATION "UDGET ACTION 

TAX BILL BREWS DEBATE 

ALCOHOL TAXES TOP $1(>0 "ILLION 

HIGHER ALCOHOL TAXES URGED 

BUREAUCRATS MISUSE TAXES 

A?C POLICE CITE MANAGER 

LEGISLATURE IS URGED TQ DOUBLE WINE TAX 

PLANS TO HIKE wINE TAX TO BE SUBMITTED DEC. 15 

CORRECTION: PROPOSAL ON WINE TAX INCREASE IS FOR 5 TO 10 CENTS. 

HIGHER Tax on wine PROPr'SEO 

ALCOHOL AND DRUG EDUCATION SCHOOLS 

TEACHING, NOT PREACHING AIM 0= ALCOHOL PROGRAM 

ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

SEE ALSO nuKE UNIV., STUDENTS. ALCOHOL-DRUG USE 
DRUGS IN DECLINE, ALCOHOL ON THE RISE AT DUKE 
survey: DRINKERS OUTNUMBER DRJG USERS 
CHAPLOTTE STUDENTS TESTED FOR SUSPECTED ALCOHOL USE 

ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO ABC LAWS 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL UNIT 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGH CONTROL BOARD 
A STRANGE CONCEPT OF LAW ENFO'CEMFNT 

LEARY SAYS ALLEN DIDN'T NOTIFY HIM gp Nf^ PROCEDURE 
CHAPEL HILL POLICE ARREST STUDENTS ON ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS 
ALLEN SEEKS ABC POST: AS SUCCESSOR TO LEARY 
ALLEN SEEKING POSITION AS ALCOHOL POLICE CHIEF 
NO SERVICE FIGHTS OUIS 
MISGUIDED ZEAL ON DRINKING PROBLEM 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

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

OPERATION SANTA GLAUS UNDER WAY 

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

SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT CENTER, DURHAM, 
NORTHGATE'S OFFICIALS EYE EXPANSION 



H I 9/24/R2 3 1 



1/05/92 
6/09/12 
B/13/52 
3/26/82 
9/09/82 
9/30/82 
10/01/82 
12/31/82 



7 
17 



U G33 

E 

1= J5n 



3/16/82 A 12 
9/01/92 A B 



H 2 7/29/92 A H 



9/27/82 
10/07/82 
10/08/82 
10/09/92 



S 2 11/19/82 4 F F25 



H ? 


3/18/82 A 4 


1 


s ? 


3/25/82 C 8 


F 


S 7 


3/31/R2 A 13 


II 


H 2 


«/07/B2 A 12 


N 



s 


2 


1/13/82 


C 




N 


H 


2 


3/02/82 


A 




N 


H 




3/02/82 


B 


1 P N 


H 




5/22/82 


B 




N 


s 




5/22/82 


A 


12 


N 


s 




7/15/92 


A 




N S19 


H 




7/16/82 


8 




N 


H 




7/16/82 


D 




6 


S 




7/21/92 


C 


12 


N 


H 




9/27/92 


B 




N 


s 




9/27/82 


B 




N 


H 




10/07/82 


A 




N 


H 




10/09/82 


A 




N 


S 




10/09/92 


A 


2 


N 


H 




11/16/82 


6 


10 


N 


H 




11/25/92 


A 


21 


N 



S 


2 


1/01/82 


C 


9 


N 




H 


2 


3/15/82 


A 


4 


E 




H 


2 


3/17/82 


a 


i* 


N 




H 


2 


5/21/82 


s 


1 


N 


S51 


H 


? 


6/23/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 


2 


7/2<./82 


A 


1 


N 




H 


2 


3/01/82 


D 


IP 


N 




H 


2 


9/16/82 


B 


6 


N 




s 


2 


9/2'./92 


A 


A 


E 




H 


2 


11/16/92 


a 


10 


N 




H 


2 


11/19/92 


A 


1 


N 


981 


s 


2 


11/18/82 


A 


1 


N 


S83 


H 


2 


11/19/92 


A 


2 


N 




H 


2 


12/16/82 


A 


6 


N 





S 2 3/07/82 A 3 P F L38 



3/0'./32 e 1 
5/15/82 B 1 
5/16/82 A 20 



N W2<. 
N W2'. 



1/10/92 
1/25/32 
9/l<./92 
10/23/82 
10/23/32 
12/20/92 
12/22/92 



N.C. IPROPOSEOI 



1 12/J<./82 C 1 



H 2 12/16/82 3 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/8? - 12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PACE 21 
1/07/33 



LINKING OF PROG'A'^S EYED 

OURMAH TO SHARE ALCOHOL SERVICES 

ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM, ?UNCOMBE COUNTY 
REHABILITATION CENTER OFFICIAL RESIGNS POST 

ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO AOOLESC 
SEE ALSO COLLEGE 
SEE ALSO DUKE UN 
SEE ALSO DURHAM 
SEE ALSO DURHAM 
SEE ALSn N.C. TA 
SEE ALSO PHYSICI 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC 

3 TO ADDRESS C 

ALCOHOLISM MEE 

HEARING SET ON 

DOCTORS REJUES 

BLACK ALCOHQLI 

GARNETT'S PRO" 

RESEARCHERS fl 

ALCOHOLICS NEE 

TEACHING, NOT 

WARNING: XEOIC 

MAN FOUND DEAD 

ALCOHOL POISON 

HOSPITAL NEWS 

ALCOHOLISM HEA 

PRISON SAID NO 

SEMINAR SET Fn 

STATE aEGINS E 

CAMPAIGN 3EGIN 

ADVICE ON ALCO 



ENCE. ALCOHOLISM 
S, N.C ALCOHOL 
IV., STUDENTS, » 
COUNCIL ON ALCOH 
RESCUE MISSION 
SK FORCE ON ALCO 
ANS, U.S., DRUG 
ORUNKENESS 
ONFERENCE 
TING SET NEXT WE 

ALCOHOLISM CENT 
T ALCOHOLISM TES 
C TELLS STORY 0= 
LEM CAREER DRIES 
NO RECOVERED Al: 
D HELP AND SUPPT 
PREACHING AIM OF 
AL PRACTICE MAY 
; ALCOHOL IS BLA 
ING KILLS 27-YEA 

2ND ANNUAL SVM" 
TO SPEAK IN DU 

SOLUTION FOR s:} 
R MINISTERS 
FFORT TO CURS AL 
S TO CURB ORINKI 
HOL GIVEN 



IC BEVERAGES 
LCOHOL-DRUG USE 
OLI SM 

HOL AND DRUG ABUSE AMONG BLACKS 
AND ALCOHOL ABUSE 



EK 
ER 
TS FOR DRUNKEN DRIVERS 

HER LIFE TO HELP OTHERS 

OUT, LOOKS OUP 
OHOLICS CAN'T DRINK AGAIN 
RT 

ALCOHOL PROGRAM 
BE DANGEROUS TO YOUR HEALTH 
MEO 
R-OLD 

OSIUM SCHEDULED IN SANFORD 
RHAM TUESDAY NIGHT 
ME OUIS 

COHOL ABUSE 

NG DURING HOLIDAYS 



ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT CENTER, BUTNER , N.C. 

SEE ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTER, BUTNER, N.C. 

ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT CENTER, OURHA" , N.C. CPROPOSEOI 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTER, DURHAM, N.C. 
HEARING SET ON ALCOHOLISM CENTER 
ALCOHOL TREATMENT CENTER NEAR5 OK 
HOSPITAL BOARD SEEKS OK FOR TREATMENT CENTER 
AGENCY REJECTS DURHAM REQUEST FOR DRUG CENTER 
HOSPITAL'S ALCOHOL CENTER BIO DENIED 
ALCOHOL TREATMENT CENTER GETS APPROVAL 
COUNTY HOSPITAL GETS STATE'S 3K FOR DRUG CENTER 
ALCOHOL CENTER PROPOSAL DENIE3 
GROUP APPEALS STATE DENIAL OF DURHAM ALCOHOLISM CENTER 

ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT CLINIC 

SEE ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTER, DURHAM, N.C. 

ALCOLYZER 

SEE ALSO BREATHALYZER TEST 

ALCOLYZER TO BE USED IN CHARLOTTE SCHOOLS 

ALDERSGATE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

ALDERSGATE TAKES STEP TOWARD RELOCATION 

ALFRT CABLE TV 

SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION, N.C. 

SPARKS FLY AGAIN OVER DURHAM CABLEVISION 

CARRBORP CABLE TV SEEKS HIKE 

ALERT CABLE, CARRBORO MANAGERS DISAGREE OVER FRANCHISE FEES DUE 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN SPLIT ON BUS ROUTE 

CARRBORO TO APPEAL OWASA FEE RULING 

CARRBORO TELEVISION FIRM SAID INCORRECT ON FIGURES 

ALEXANDER COUNTY, N.C. 

FINAL REOISTRICTING PLAN LEAVES COUNTIES DIVIDED 

ALEXANDER WORTH MCALISTER FOUNDATION 

FOUNDATION GIVES «5,000 TO NATURE CONSERVANCY 
CONSERVANCY GIVEN »5,000 

ALEXANDRIA DUKES 

COATNEY SAILS TO ONE-HITTER 0= DUKES 

DMKES END BULLS' STRING WITH lO-INNING, <i-3 WIN 

DUKES DIRTY BULLS STREAK IN H TH 

FISHE" FANS IT AS BULLS POUND DUKES, 7-1 

BULLS' FISHER STRIKES AGAIN 

TREADWAY BOOSTS BULLS 

BULLS WIN 2TTH 

SIRIANO, SGSA KEY BULLS PAST DUKES 

OEWS LEAVES, BUT BULLS EXPLODE 

DUKES SET DOWN BULLS 

SIRIANO SPARKS BULLS BY DUKES 

BULLS RALLY PAST OUKES 

TUMPANE'S BLAST SPARKS DURHAM OVER DUKES, 5-1 

BULLS SCORE LATE TO BEAT ALEXANDRIA 

BULLS EXTEND STRING 

BULLS BAFFLEO BY KNUCKLER 

OUKES FINALLY DEFEAT BULLS 

OUKES BOOT 'iULLS WITH RALLY IN 8TH 

BULLS FALL TO OUKES 

ERROR-PRONE BULLS FALL VICTIM TO ALEXANDRIA 

MEISEP'S 1ST HOMER KEYS BULLS' VICTORY 

HEISER HOMER HELPS BULLS 

HOOD'S SINGLE PROVIDES BULLS' WINNING MARGIN 

BULLS RALLY PAST DUKES 

BULLS. ALEXANDRIA RAINED OUT; DOUBLE-HEADER SET TONIGHT 

NEAL'S Two HOMERS HELP BULLS SWEEP ALEXANDRIA 

BULLS SWEEP PAIR FROM ALEXANDRIA 

L0REN7 SWINGS HOTTEST BAT AS 1ULLS SWEEP ALEXANDRIA 

BULLS TAKE PAIR FROM ALEXANDRIA 

BULLS FALL TO DUKES IN 11 

BULLS DROP 5-2 DECISION TO DU<ES 

ALEXANDRIA DUMPS DURHAM, 5-2 

BULLS FALL TO DUKES 

DUKES DEAL BULLS SECOND PLAYOFF LOSS 

GOLDTHORN HR HANDS OUKES CHAMPIONSHIP 

DUKES CAPTURE TITLE AS BULLS DROP 3R0 STRAIGHT 

ALf'-AE 

SEE ALSO FUNGUS 

JORDAN LAKE MAY BE LACED WITH ALGAE 

ALL-AMERICA BASEBALL NEWS 

BULLS' OWNER °LANS PURCHASE, 



<OVE OF BASEBALL PUBLICATION 



ALL-AMERICAN CITIES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C. ALL-AMERICAN CITY PROPOSAL 
OURHA" SETS ITS SIGHTS ON ALL-AMERICA CITY STATUS 
AWARD WILL BE NEW GOAL 
GOAL TO GO FOR 



N 
P 


E 
D 


DATE 


S 
E 
C 


PG 


I 
L 

L 


T 

V 

P 3YL 


H 

s 


2 
2 


12/17/82 
12/17/82 


a 

A 


5 




N B8 1 
N M23 


H 


2 


7/22/82 


A 


10 




N 



S 


? 


'./l'./8^ 


C 




p 


N 




H 


/ 


'./l^/S? 


B 






N 




H 


? 


S/Oi/n? 


A 


1 n 




N 


Bai 


H 


? 


5/Q<)/82 


A 






N 




S 


7 


5/20/82 


A 




p 


F 


JU6 


H 


2 


6/23/82 


B 




p 


F 


MM 


^ 


? 


7/28/82 


(. 






U 




s 


2 


7/31/82 


A 






1 




s 


7 


8/07/82 


A 






F 


L iH 


H 


? 


3/15/82 


1) 




p 


F 


W66 


s 


? 


9/07/82 


A 


li. 




N 




H 


? 


9/08/82 


rt 











H 


1 


9/17/82 


H 






N 




S 


7 


10/08/82 


r 






N 


HO 


S 


2 


10/13/82 


c 




p 


N 


HO 


H 


7 


10/17/82 


c 






M 




s 


7 


12/01/82 


(. 


1 4 




N 




H 


? 


12/02/82 


A 


in 




N 




s 


2 


12/2<t/82 


c 


1 




N 


Mii 



H 


7 


5/0«/82 


A 


ID 


N 


B31 


S 


7 


5/08/82 


A 


10 


N 




s 


7 


7/03/82 


A 




N 


HO 


s 


7 


7/08/82 


r 




N 


HO 


H 


7 


7/09/82 


H 




N 




s 


7 


9/28/82 


A 




N 


HO 


H 


7 


9/29/82 


S 




N 




<i 


7 


11/02/82 


B 




N 


M7 3 


s 


2 


12/21/32 


A 




N 


M23 



S 2 11/25/82 C 26 N 
H 2 7/2A/82 A 9 N 



H 


7 


1/05/82 


fl 


1 


N 


BRl 


S 


7 


6/01/82 


A 


H 


N 


M73 


s 


1 


6/03/82 


A 


1 


N 


M?3 


s 


7 


7/14/82 


A 


5 


N 


M?3 


H 


7 


9/15/82 


H 


1 


N 




s 


2 


9/15/82 


A 


1 1 


N 





H 2 5/17/82 A 10 



S 2 


12/28/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


12/28/82 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


5/0A/82 


B 


2 


N 


M71 


H 2 


5/05/82 


c 


1 


o ^^ 


M71 


S 2 


5/05/82 


B 


2 


P F 


R66 


H 2 


5/06/82 





1 


N 


M71 


5 2 


5/06/32 


B 


1 


P U 


R66 


H 2 


5/07/82 


C 


I 


N 


W60 


S 2 


5/07/82 





1 


N 


R&6 


H 2 


5/22/82 


B 


2 


N 




S 2 


5/22/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


5/23/82 


3 


I 


N 




H 2 


5/2<./82 


B 


2 


N 




S 2 


5/2A/82 


D 


5 


N 




H 2 


6/22/82 


B 


2 


P N 


M71 


S 2 


6/22/32 


8 


3 


N 




S 2 


6/23/32 





2 


N 




H 2 


6/2A/32 





1 


N 


M71 


S 2 


6/24/82 


3 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/10/82 


B 


2 


N 




S 2 


7/10/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


7/11/82 


3 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/12/82 


B 


2 


N 




S 2 


7/12/82 


D 


5 


N 




H 2 


7/13/82 


B 


2 


N 




S 2 


7/13/82 


3 


3 


N 




H 2 


8/10/82 


8 


4 


N 




H 2 


8/11/82 


a 


2 


N 


M71 


S 2 


3/11/32 


D 


I 


N 




H 2 


3/27/82 


c 


2 


N 




S 2 


8/27/82 


D 


2 


N 




H 2 


3/28/82 


3 


4 


N 




M 2 


8/29/82 


a 


6 


N 




H 2 


9/03/82 


c 


1 


N 


M71 


S 2 


9/03/82 


D 


1 


P N 




H 2 


9/04/82 


B 


2 


N 


M71 


H 2 


9/05/32 


3 


1 


P N 


M71 


S 2 


9/06/82 





5 


N 





H 2 1/08/82 B 1 M N H60 
H 2 5/27/82 D 5 N •'1 \ 



H 2 3/l'=/»2 B 1 N M09 
S 2 3/15/82 C 1 N K90 
H 2 3/18/82 A 4 E 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
U/31/52 



S U B J E 



OON'T 'PAPEO OVER' DURHAM'S PROBLEMS 

OURHAW A ciMAUIST IN COMPCTITIOM 

FINALIST SELECTION LEAVES DURHAM LEADERS HAPPY 

ALL-AMERICAN OR NOTt DURHAM STILL A WINNER 

THE ALL-AMERICAN OREAM 

DURHAM'S MAJOR PROBLEMS 

DURHAM OFFICIALS PREPARE FOR ALL-AMERICA CITY BIO 

ALL AMERICA CITY: A LITTLE PLYWOOD. SOME MIRRORS AND A LOT OF PRIDE 

CITY PEADY FOR ALL-AMERICA BID 

ALL-AMERICA 3UESII0NING GOES SMOOTHLY 

ALL-AMERICA JUDGES LIKE CITY'S ACTIVITIES 

BID FOR STATUS REVEALS COMMUNITY STRENGTHS 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASEBALL TEAM 
MERRIFIELO TOPS ALL-ACC SELECTIONS 
HAKE'S "ERRIFIELO ACC BASEBALL MVP 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL TEAM 

CHOOSING IDTH PLAYER NOT SUCH AN EASY TASK 

THE ALL-I.HAT TEAM' 

ANOTHER LOOK - MORRISON'S WAY. • • 

SAMPSON. WORTHY HEAD ALL-ACC TEAM 

STEPPF ADOS FIRE TO ACC OPENING 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM 

CASTOR. SIX TAR HEELS HEAD ALL-ACC TEAMS 
CASTOR ACC'S BEST 

ALL PEOPLES FOOD MART 

DURHAM MAN SLAIN; NO ARRESTS "^AOE 
SLAYING PROBE CONTINUES 

ALL-SAVERS CERTIFICATE 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

POPULARITY OF IRAS GROWS; ALL SAVERS INTEREST DECLINES 

CERTIFICATES' FATE UNSURE 

HOST OF THE ALL-SAVERS mqnEY JEDEPOSITEO 

ALL-STAR GAME. BASEBALL 

A WASTED VOTE FOR BASEBALL 

ALLA-OHIO VALLEY COAL CO. IWASHINGTON. O.C.) 

SHIPMENTS OF COAL WILL BE RESUMED TO MOREHEAD CITY 

ALLEN INC. (FAYETTFVILLE. N.C.I 

SEE D. P. ALLEN CONCRETE SERVICE CO. 1 F AYETTEV I LLE. N.C.I 

ALLENTON REALTY AND INSURANCE CO. 
ALLENTON REALTY BUILDING SOLD 

ALLERGIES 

SEE ALSO DUKE UN I V 
SEE ALSO POLLEN 

AERIAL SPRAYING WORRIES ALLERGY VICTIM 

MANUFACTURERS DEFEND DRUG USE!' TO TREAT ALLERGIES 

NEW ALLERGY TREATMENT BRINGS 'ELIEF 

DRUG'S INGREDIENTS ARE EFFECTIVE 

TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEALTH 

'COUNTRY DOCTORS' PIN AILMENTS ON FOOD. 

DOCTORS' ALLERGY THERAPY RAIS"S MEDICAL 

FOOD ALLERGIES FOUND A FACTOR IN ECZEMA 

IT'S DISCOMFORT TIME AGAIN 

POLLEN MAY NOT BE AS VILLAINOUS AS PAINTED 

TREATMENT FOR ALLERGIES BEING STUDIED AT DUKE 

NEW DRUG 5V0I0S DROWSINESS 

ALLERGIC TO SOME FOODS? AVOID THEM 

ALLIED CHEMICAL CORP. 

l*? Chatham =irms. 



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H 2 
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5/01/82 
7/07/82 
7/07/82 
7/09/82 
7/11/82 
3/0<./B2 
9/12/52 
i/l3/»2 
a/13/82 
8/17/82 
8/17/82 
3/17/82 


A 

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e 

A 

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3 
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4 
1 
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4 
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1 
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p 
P 


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H 
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c 

E 
N 
N 
N 
N 
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E 


EDS 
S83 

aai 
sa3 

K90 


H 2 
S 2 


'./30/e2 
<./30/B2 


C 



3 
3 




N 
N 




H 2 

H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


2/27/82 
3/02/82 
3/04/82 
3/J<./32 
3/D5/82 


B 
B 
D 

D 
C 


2 
? 
1 
1 

1 


p 
P 


U 
U 
F 
N 
N 


M7 1 
M71 
M71 

C52 


H 2 
S 2 


10/23/82 
11/23/82 


B 
E 


3 

2 




p 


N 
N 




H 2 
S 2 


10/21/82 
10/21/82 


A 
C 


1 
1 




N 
N 





S 2 3/03/82 A 1 N S83 
S 2 9/21/82 B I N S83 
H 2 10/10/82 9 N L41 



H 2 7/04/82 6 



H 2 3/31/82 A 16 



MEDICAL CENTER. DIVISION OF ALLERGY AND RESPIRATORY 



CHEMICAL ALLERGIES 
EYEBROWS 



H 2 


2/12/82 


A 


12 


N 


DISEASES 








S 2 


2/05/82 


c 


4 


N 


H 2 


4/28/82 


B 


5 


N 


S 2 


4/23/82 


c 


8 


U 


H 2 


5/12/82 


A 


4 


L 


S 2 


5/26/82 


c 


9 


U 


H 2 


7/19/82 


A 


10 


N 


S 2 


7/31/82 


A 


20 


N 


H 2 


9/03/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


9/13/82 


A 


4 


E 


S 2 


9/22/92 


B 


I 


F 


H 2 


9/28/82 


B 


(; 


N 


S 2 


9/28/82 


A 


16 


N 


H 2 


lQ/26/82 


A 


8 


N 



AGENCIES TO RECEIVE SAFETY AWARDS 



ALLIED FIBERS ANO PLASTICS CO. 

CHATHAM FIRM NOMINATED FOR ROE-SHARING AWARD 

ALLIGATORS 

ALLIGATORS SAID FACING UNCERTAIN FUTURE IN N.C. 
ALLIGATOR SHOWS UP IN HOUSING COMPLEX 
GATORS MAKING SOUTHERN COMEBACK 

ALPHA DELTA KAPPA 

OUTSTANDING WOMEN EDUCATORS 

HONOR SOCIETY STARTS CHAPTER IN ORANGE 

CELEBRATING 35 YEARS 

ALPHA PHI ALPHA 

BUSINESS WORKSHOPS SLATED 

ALPHA PHI OMFGA 

HELPS POISON CENTER 

ALTAIR AIRLINES 

ALTAIR AIRLINES SUSPENDS SERVICE. FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY 
ALTAIR SUSPENSION MALTS FOUR =LIGHTS OUT OF RDU 

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORP. 

SEE ALSO ENERGY SOURCES. ALTERNATIVES 

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORP. CITES ACHIEVEMENTS 

ALTERNATIVES TASK FORCE 

SEE DURHAM ALTERNATIVES TASK FORCE 

ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION 

SEE ALSO CITIZENS COMMISSION ON ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION 
SEE ALSO DURHAM ALTERNATIVES TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO PRISONS. N.C CROWDING 

ALTERNATIVES TO POISONS ARE SDUGHT 

EFFECT OF ADDITIONAL N.C. PRISONS DEBATED 

PRISON SAID TOO EXPFNSIVE FOR EVERYONE 

ALTERNATIVES OFFERED (STATE U>iA3LE TO KEEP NON-VIOLENT IN JAILI 

HUNT TREATS ALTERNATIVES TO JAIL COOLLY 

NEW APPROACH NEEDED IN DEALING WITH CRIME 

WHICHARD NOT niSCOURAGEO BY REMARKS 

N.C. RETHINKS PRISON POLICIES 

ALTRUS* CLUB OF DURHAM 

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 

PREPARING COOKING SCHOOL 

CLUB'S HARD WORK MAKES COOKING SCHOOL A SUCCESS 

PEANUTS FOR SALE 

ALUMINUM RECYCLING 
SEE RECYCLING 

ALUMINUM SMELTING PLANT 

FIRM CANCELS PLAN FOR SMELTING PLANT IN N.C. 

ALVIN AILEY REPERTORY DANCE ENSEMBLE 



H 1 4/08/82 e I 



H I 3/09/92 B 1 



H 2 1/27/82 A 8 N 
S 2 3/08/82 C 4 N 
H 2 5/3D/82 B 10 P N 



S 2 3/05/32 1 P P S76 

H 2 3/30/82 A 6 P N 

S 2 10/12/82 A 6 P P S76 



H 2 5/19/82 A 9 N 

S 2 10/23/82 A 3 P P C56 



H 2 11/11/82 B 3 N 
H 1 11/12/92 3 1 N 



H 2 7/08/82 



H 


2 


6/ll/'"2 


A 


9 




N 




s 


2 


10/07/82 


C 


3 




G 




s 


2 


11/19/92 


B 


1 




N 


<90 


H 


2 


U/24/82 


A 


1 




N 


046 


H 




11/25/82 


A 


1 




N 




s 


2 


1/26/82 


A 


4 




E 




s 


2 


11/26/82 


c 


I 




N 


K90 


s 


2 


11/27/82 


A 


4 




U 




H 


2 


9/14/82 


A 


7 


p 


p 


M66 


s 


2 


9/22/82 


C 


1 


p 


P 


R91 


s 


2 


10/06/82 


C 


1 


p 


F 


A15 


5 


2 


11/06/82 


A 


5 


P 


P 


T37 



H 2 2/21/82 C 



MONTHLY/* 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
U/31/B2 



SUBJECTS 



N E 
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1/07/83 



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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 

SEE ALS1 DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC OISEASESI 
SEE ALSO Duke ALZHEIMER'S FAMILf SUPPORT NETWORK 
ALZHEIMER VICTI«<S GET SUPPORT 
BRAIN DISEASE TO BE TOPIC 



H 2 3/05/82 6 P N 



S 2 

M 2 



11/06/82 A 3 N 
11/20/82 A 10 N 



AMALGAMATED CLOTHING L TEXTILE WOR<£RS UNION 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

COTTON DUST REGULATIONS REVIEW IRES TEXTILE UNIONS S 2 

UNION OFFICIALS TO STEP UP ACTIVITY IN KANNAPOLIS S 2 

TEXTILE UNION REPORTS NEW CONTRACT OK ' H 2 

AMBULANCE SERVICE. ALAMANCE COUNTY 

ALAMANCE HOSPITALS BEGIN PARAMEDIC TRAINING PROJECT 

AMBULANCE SERVICE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS 
AMBULANCE COLLIDES WITH CAR, 2 INJURED 

AMBULANCE SERVICE, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO AMBULANCE SERVICE, DURHAM 
GENTLE CARE 

FALSE TELEPHONE REPORT CHARGED 
LIFE SAVERS 

BOARD TO "ULL AMBULANCE REGULATIONS 
AMBULANCE CHANGES SEEN 
BOARD VOTES TO REGULATE AMBULANCES 
COUNTY TO ASSUME AMBULANCE COVIROL 
CORRECTION 

AMBULANCE SERVICE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO LEE COUNTY, N.C, AMBULANCE SERVICE 
SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY, N.C, AMBULANCE SERVICE 
RESCUE SaUAD SEEKS MORE FUNDS 



AMERASIANS 

■GOOD EARTH' 



INSPIRES CLASS TO SUPPORT AMERASIAN 



AMERICAN 500 

WALTRIP, ALLISON ON CENTER S TA 
WAITING GAME PAYS FOR WALTRIP 

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICIANS 

PEDIATRICIANS' GROUP HONORS OR 
DR. ARENA GETS PEDIATRICS AWA? 

AMERICAN AGRI-WOMEN 

MOST FARMERS ARE NOT FAT CATS, 

AMERICAN AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO AIRLINES 
snoopy: curse YOU, 



GE 

IN AMERICAN 500 



. JAY ARENA 
DS 

LEAVENS SAYS 



AMERICAN airlines; ICARTOONl 



AMERICAN ALLSAFE CO. 

SANF0R0-BA5E0 FIRM IS SOLD 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANC 
GOV. HUNT STAKES OUT A COURSE 
GOVERNMENT HAS CATALYTIC ROLE 
3 PROFESSORS AT DUKE ELECTED SCIENCE FELLOWS 



EMENT OF SCIENCE 
ON SCIENCE 



SONS 

ITTEE DIES IN RALEIGH 

SLASHES 

FOR THE RETIRED 



AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PE» 
LEADER OF RETIRED PERSONS COM" 
RETIREES REJECT COST-OF-L I V INS 
GROUP RELEASES INFLUENCE GUIOE 
ANNETTE'S SWINGERS PERFORM 

A.'IERICAN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL ADMM 
YEAGER RECEIVES LEADERSHIP AWAH 
YEAGEP FINALIST FOR AWARD 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS 
AAUP MEETING STARTS TODAY 
AAUP PRESIDENT TO SPEAK 

AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES 1 
CITY CITED POP PEDESTRIAN SAFE 
SCHOOL'S OPEN 

AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION 

BANKERS DISCUSS TACTICS FOR AVOIDING BANKRUPTCY 

AMERICAN BRANDS 

LOW-TAR LUCKIES MADE HERE 

AMERICAN'S EARNINGS RISE 

FOUR FIRMS RAISE CIGARETTE PRICES 

AMERICAN BRANDS, SALES AND EARNINGS 
AMERICAN BRANDS HAS PROFIT HKE 
AMERICAN BRANDS INC. REPORTS I 

AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSOCIATI 
WOMAN OF THE YEAR 
YEAR'S TOP BOSS 
25 YEARS 
OFFICERS INSTALLED 

AMERICAN CABLEVISION OF CAROLINA nC 

bU^LIN&TON COUNCIL TO TACKLE CABLE TV ISSUE 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 

CANCER CRUSADE FOCUS IS ON EOJ 

SOME N.C, S.C. RESIDENTS HILL 

NEW LOBBY SAID 'PICKING ON TOB 

STUDIES DISAGREE ON DANGERS 0= 

LOCKED UP FOR CHARITY 

BREAST DISEASE EXPERTS TO CONFER IN TWIN CITY 

SMOKEOUT COLD TURKEY IN STATE 

MONEY FOR CANCER FIGHT 



F SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
TY 



NCOME RISE IN SECOND QUARTER 
ON, BARTLETT DURHAM CHAPTER 



CATION 

BE IN CANCER STUDY 
ACCO FARMER' 

SMOKING LOW-TAR CIGARETTES 



SPTER 

I THY OF PRIDE 



AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, DURHAM CHAP 
WRAPPING SUCCESS 

COOi'BOOK: IT OFFERS DISHES WOR 1 
DRIVE NEARS GOAL 
CANCER DRIVE NEARS GOAL 

DURHAM CANCER SOCIETY SEEKS VOLUNTEERS FOR NATIONAL STUDY 
INSTALL NEW OFFICERS 

AMERICAN CASUALTY CO. 

CAROL WOODS OPERATORS SUE CONTRACTOR, ARCHITECT 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 



1/21/82 
2/15/82 
5/08/82 



H 1 1/12/82 



S 2 2/09/82 A 



8/22/82 
9/2<./82 
9/25/82 
ll/l<>/82 
11/15/82 
11/16/82 
11/16/82 
11/13/82 



L 

N B31 

N M2 3 

N BSI 



H 2 7/09/82 A 15 



H 2 12/02/82 C 15 



H 2 10/31/82 B 12 N 

H 2 11/01/82 B 2 P N S91 



H 2 9/16/82 B 1 P N 
S 2 9/16/82 A 10 N 



S 2 11/13/82 A 3 P F M23 



H 2 5/19/82 A 4 T T R56 



H 1 8/19/82 B 1 



H 2 1/09/82 A 
H 2 1/20/82 A 
S 2 1/22/82 C 



S 2 2/19/82 C 8 

H 2 <,/09/82 A <, L 

S 2 10/06/82 C 9 N 

H 2 11/19/82 B 3 P P R91 



S 2 3/02/82 B I 
H 2 3/03/82 A 15 



H 2 <>/30/82 A 13 
H 2 11/03/82 A 14 



N 008 
N 



S 2 
S 2 



7/20/82 A 
8/26/82 C 



H 2 10/18/82 A 3 



2 10/22/82 A 10 N 

2 10/23/82 DAN 
2 11/17/82 A 1 N 



7/24/82 A 13 N 
7/29/82 a I N 



S 2 4/14/82 B 1 

S 2 5/17/82 A 3 

S 2 6/18/82 a 1 

5 2 9/17/82 a 2 



H 1 7/15/82 B 1 



S76 
C56 
SB? 
T37 



? 


4/12/82 


A 


6 




N 


,< 


5/15/82 


A 


8 




N 


1 


9/15/02 


H 


1 




N 


7 


9/24/82 


A 


6 




N 


2 


11/06/82 


A 


7 


p 


P 


^ 


11/14/82 


A 


1 n 




N 


f 


11/19/82 


A 


1 




N 


2 


12/09/82 


A 


J 


P 


P 


7 


1/21/82 


A 


4 




( 


? 


2/25/82 


r 


1 




F 


7 


5/28/82 


A 


in 




N 


7 


5/28/82 


r 


7 




N 


7 


7/20/82 


h 


1 




N 


2 


9/10/82 


A 


3 


p 


P 


2 


2/17/32 


B 


1 


P 


N 



wonthly/j 



N N U i L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



P4GE 2"! 
l/OT/83 



N E 
P 



S I T 

E L V 

C PG L P =TL 



ISENHOUB GETS AWARD 

AMERICA."* CHLLEGE Of SURGEONS 

SABISTON NEK CHAIRMAN OF U.S. SURGEONS GROUP 

AMERICAN COUNCIL ON SCIENCE AND HESLTH 

FAST FOODS: MAN CANNOT LIVE ON BURGERS ALONE 



AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION FOR THE AMF 

SEE ALSC DANCE 

SEE ALSO THE NE<T STE"... lOURHA 
A"£»ICAN DANCE FESTIVAL ANNOU>l 
PEj^LE keep festival GOING 
•ONE CF THE FINFR THINGS" 
DANCE FESTIVAL TO ADO TWO SUMM 
AOF ANNOUNCES NEW PROGRAMS 
DOWNTOWN ARTS COMPLEX PR0P0SE1 
COM-ITTEE JNVEILS PROPOSAL FQ'. 
ARTS CENTER wOULD AID PLANS F;) 
CCSCECTS BENEFIT JORDAN BAND 
APTS COMPLEX: IDEA WORTH CONSI 
THE ".^TH FESTIVAL 
A""E°ICA", DANCE FESTIVAL: REIW 
FESTIVAL SCHEDULE 

FESTIVAL MEANS MOPE THAN WATC^ 
VOLUNTEERS GET LOOK BEHIND THE 
LET THERE BE LIGHTS. SAYS ADF 
AMEOICA^' DANCE FESTIVAL '.aTH S 
DOLLAR STRUGGLE MODERN DANCE D 
wCMEN IN DANCE COME FULL CIRCL 
READY FOR THE FESTIVAL TO STAR 
DANCE FESTIVAL OPENS TOOAY 
RESIDENTS OF CHAPEL hILL OFFE? 
EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED FROM ME? 
ADF UPDATE; THE NEXT STEP... 
CUNNINGHAM OPENS FESTIVAL OF D 
FIRST NIGHT: "ERCE"S mjmenTOES 
CHEERS FOR CUNNINGHAM 
JUNE HIGHLIGHT 
TAYLOR DANCERS OPEN 
THE NEXT STEP... 
30UNCIN' WITH 80YCE 
"MERCURIC TIDINGS" IS GOOD NEW 
"LOST" DANCE "FOUND" FUNNY BY 
MORE IS LESS IN FESTIVAL DANCE 
FINELY TUNED: TAYLOR"S DANCERS 
DANCE FESTIVAL CONTINUES WITH 
VARIED VIEWS FROM TAYLOR 
DANCE IS FEATURED IN CENTER P» 
HERE'S ONE DANCER wITH "BIRD L 
BUNDLES OF =UN FROM MOVING EAR 
REPETITIVE MOVES FROM MOULTON 
ADF POSTERS ON EXHIBIT 
SPECIALS ON DANCE 
THE NEXT STEP. . . 
•THE WORKS" GIVES IT The WORKS 
MOVING EARTH'S CONCERT SIMPLE. 
HOULTON'S MOTIONS MINDFUL OF H 
JAPANESE DEBUT AT FESTIVAL 
P9S SALUTES DANCE IN N.C. 
TOURING THE ADF: JUMPS. TURNS. 
JAPANESE DANCERS A TREAT FOR F 
"FAN DANCE* 
WEST MEETS EAST 
VARIETY MARKS OPENING NIGHT 
A BLEND OF EAST AND WEST 
JENNIFER MuLLER AND THE WORKS 
THE NEXT STEP. . . 
JAPANESE TROUPE: A "CAMEL" P H 
FESTIVAL STAGING THREE PREMIER 
AFRICAN DANCE 
HE DIVIDED, HE CONQUERED 
FESTIVAL SPREADS fame 
DAVIS SALUTES THE REINHARTS 
SURPRISE A,ARD 
STRETCH FABRIC 
DANCE IS PRAYER IN MOTION 
CHUCK DAVIS WORKS SPECIAL 6R AN 
THREE YOUNG COMPANIES EARN A PP 
A BIZARRE NIGHT Of ThEATER 
THE NEXT STEP. . . 
NIKOLAIS DANCERS SUPPLY TRICKS 
THEATER TRANSLATES RITES IN C-" 
NIKOLAIS TAUGHT MODERN DANCE T 
SPARKLING EYES ARE TRADEMARK J 
TWO DANCE COMPANIES CREATE PQE 
GROUPS DANCE TO DIFFERENT DRUM 
AUDIENCE CHEERS EVENING OF NI< 
FAMILY REUNION PROVIDES VARIET 
THE LAST STEP. . . 
VOLUNTEERS: THEY ARE A "PILLA? 
AL«IN NIKOLAIS DANCERS ORIGINA 
OVATION ENDS DANCE FESTIVAL 
DANCE FEVER FADES 

REINHART RECALLS FESTIVAL HIGH 
HONOREES TOAST REINHARTS 
FESTIVAL CAUGHT DANCE SPECTRUM 
FESTIVAL NEEDS SUPPORT 
AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL ANNOUN 
AFRICAN fESTIVAL PART OF "83 ^ 
SANTA HEARS SPECIAL REQUEST 
FRENCH MODERN DANCE IS "BIG-TI 



RICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 



M SUN COLUMN) 
CES 1982 CLASSES 



ER PROGRAMS 

FOR DURHAM 
CITY ARTS COMPLEX 
R CIVIC CENTER 

DERATION 

ART PREVIEWS SEASON 

ING DANCE 
SCENES Of DANCE FESTIVAL 

EASON 

ILEMMA 

E 



ED DANCE SPECIAL 
CE CUNNINGHAM 



S 

TAYLOR 



ON THEIR OWN 
lORKS BY 3 GROUPS 



OGRAMS 
EGS" 



HONEST, ELEGANT 
IGH SCHOOL MATH 



KICKS AND STRETCHES 
ESTIVAL 



WORK STAGE MAGIC 



E TO ANOTHER WORLD 
ES 



D OF MAGIC 
CAUSE 



TREATS 
UCK DAVIS DANCES 
THE FRENCH 
F DANCE GENIUS 
TRY IN MOTION 
MERS 

OLAIS MAGIC 
r OF DANCE 

OF SUPPORT" 
.. CONFOUNDING 



CES SEASONAL SAVINGS 
ANCE LINEUP 



ME" 



REINHART 



AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, AWARDS 

CUNNINGHAM GETS FESTIVAL AWARD 

CHOREOGRAPHER GIVEN 125,000 DANCE AWARD 

CHOREOGRAPHER TO RECEIVE award 

MODERN DANCE HAILED AS $25,000 AWARD PRESENTED 

DANCE FESTIVAL SALUTE 

CUNNINGHAM REHEARSES 

CHOREOGRAPHER HONORED 

SCRIPPS AWARD CEREMONY "EVENTFUL" 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, BUDGET 

DANCE FESTIVAL GETS 130,000 F3 OM LIGGETT 

FESTIVAL GETS GRANT 

9 AGENCIES SEEK COUNTY FUNDS 

9 AGENCIES SEEK $200,000 

NON-CITY FUNDING MAY BE CUT 

DANCE FESTIVAL ASKS CITY NOT TQ CUT REQUEST 

DANCE FESTIVAL FACING FIRST DFFICIT SEASON 

DANCE FESTIVAL FACES 1ST DEFi:iT 

OUTLOOK GOOD FOR DURHAM FUNDING 

STATE GRANT FOR DANCE FESTIVAL SOUGHT 

STORMY FINANCIAL FORECAST FOR AOF 



DATE 

S 2 10/18/82 A 6 N 

S 2 11/04/82 C 5 N 

S 2 1/20/82 A 6 P F J06 



H 


2 


1/01/32 





4 




N 




s 




2/15/82 


C 


1 


P 


N 


371 


H 


2 


2/21/82 





4 




E 




H 


2 


',/23/92 


D 


6 




N 




s 


2 


5/13/82 


D 


4 


D 


N 




s 


2 


5/18/82 


A 


1 




N 


S83 


H 


2 


5/19/82 


A 


1 




N 


W66 


s 


2 


5/20/82 


A 


4 




E 




H 


2 


5/21/82 


D 


11 




N 




H 


2 


5/2<./82 


A 


4 




e 




s 


2 


6/10/82 


D 


1 


P 


N 




s 


2 


6/10/82 





2 


R 


F 


371 


s 


2 


6/10/32 





2 




I 




s 


2 


6/10/82 





4 


P 


N 


B71 


s 


2 


6/10/O2 


D 


4 




N 




H 


2 


6/11/82 


A 


13 




N 




H 


2 


6/11/92 





1 


P 


F 


W66 


H 


2 


6/13/92 


D 


2 





N 


W66 


H 


2 


6/13/82 


E 


1 


P 


F 


H45 


H 


2 


6/14/82 


B 


1 


P 


P 


T37 


H 


2 


6/15/82 


n 


1 




N 




H 


2 


6/15/82 


A 


7 


P 


N 




s 


2 


6/17/82 


D 


7 


P 


F 


871 


s 


2 


6/IT/82 


D 


12 


P 


N 




H 


2 


6/18/82 


A 


I 




N 


W66 


H 


2 


6/19/62 


B 


1 




R 


L34 


s 


2 


6/19/82 


A 


9 




R 


971 


H 


2 


6/20/82 


D 


4 




E 




H 


2 


6/22/82 


A 


14 




N 




s 


2 


6/24/82 


D 


4 


P 


I 




s 


2 


6/24/82 





5 


P 


R 


A15 


s 


2 


6/24/82 


D 


6 




R 


371 


s 


2 


6/24/92 


D 


9 




R 


A15 


H 


2 


6/25/»2 


D 


4 




R 


L34 


H 


2 


6/26/82 


C 


1 


P 


F 


H49 


H 


2 


6/27/92 


c 


1 


P 


N 




s 


2 


6/28/82 


c 


14 




R 


371 


H 


2 


6/29/92 


A 


6 


P 


N 




H 


2 


6/29/92 


B 


1 




F 


G33 


s 


2 


7/01/82 





4 




R 


371 


s 


2 


7/01/82 





4 




R 


A15 


s 


2 


7/01/82 





6 




N 




s 


2 


7/01/82 





11 


P 


N 




s 


2 


7/01/82 


D 


12 


P 


I 


971 


H 


2 


7/02/92 


3 


1 




R 


L34 


H 


2 


7/02/82 





9 




R 


L34 


H 


2 


7/02/92 





10 




R 


L34 


H 


2 


7/04/32 


C 


I 


P 


N 


W66 


H 


2 


7/04/32 


F 


1 


P 


F 


W66 


H 


2 


7/06/82 


B 


1 


P 


F 


W66 


H 


2 


7/07/82 


A 


8 




R 


L34 


s 


2 


7/07/82 


B 


1 


P 


P 


S82 


s 


2 


7/08/92 





1 


P 


F 


371 


s 


2 


7/08/82 


D 


4 


P 


R 


B71 


s 


2 


7/08/32 





4 




R 


A15 


s 


2 


7/08/82 





10 




R 


37 1 


s 


2 


7/08/32 





11 


P 


I 




H 


2 


7/10/82 


a 


1 




R 


L34 


H 


2 


7/11/92 


C 


I 


P 


N 


W66 


s 


2 


7/12/82 


c 


1 


P 


D 




H 


2 


7/13/92 


B 


1 




R 


L34 


H 


2 


7/14/82 


A 


4 




E 




H 


2 


7/14/82 


B 


1 


P 


N 




s 


2 


7/14/82 


B 


1 


P 


P 


R91 


s 


2 


7/15/82 


A 


6 


P 


P 




s 


2 


7/15/92 


D 


3 


O 


F 


>15 


s 


2 


7/15/32 





4 




R 


A15 


s 


2 


7/15/82 


D 


4 




R 


A15 






7/15/82 


D 


5 


o 


R 


571 






7/15/82 





12 


P 


I 




H 


2 


7/16/82 


a 


1 


P 


R 


L34 


H 


2 


7/16/92 


D 


10 




R 


L34 


H 


t 


7/17/92 


B 


I 


P 


p 


W66 


s 


2 


7/17/82 


A 


3 


o 


E 


371 


H 


2 


7/20/92 


A 


2 




R 


L34 


s 


2 


7/22/82 


a 


3 


o 


R 


A15 


s 


2 


7/22/32 





4 


p 


R 


A15 


s 


2 


7/22/32 


D 


5 




R 


371 


s 


2 


7/22/82 


D 


12 


p 


I 




H 


2 


7/23/82 


B 


2 


3 


c 


330 


H 


2 


7/23/62 


D 


1 


P 


R 


L34 


H 


2 


7/25/92 


c 






N 


W6& 


s 


2 


7/29/92 





1 ' 




N 


371 


s 


2 


7/29/32 





12 


P 


F 


371 


H 


2 


7/30/82 






P 


p 


S32 


H 


2 


7/30/62 





8 




c 


L34 


H 


2 


9/20/92 


A 


<; 




L 




s 


2 


12/09/82 





5 




N 




H 


2 


12/12/82 


D 


8 




N 




s 


2 


12/23/92 





5 


P 


F 


371 


H 


2 


12/24/82 


D 


8 


P 


N 


W&6 


s 


2 


2/02/82 


A 


5 




N 




H 


2 


3/05/92 





4 




N 




H 


2 


6/16/32 


A 


1 




N 


W66 


H 


2 


6/17/62 


A 






N 


W66 


H 


2 


6/17/92 


3 


1 


P 


p 


R91 


s 


2 


6/17/82 


A 


1 


P 


P 


M66 


s 


2 


6/17/92 


c 


I 


P 


P 


R91 


s 


2 


6/17/82 


D 


2 


P 


S 


S71 


s 


2 


1/23/32 


A 


1 




N 




H 


2 


1/24/82 


C 


I 




N 




s 


2 


4/27/82 


c 


1 




N 




H 


2 


4/26/92 


6 


1 




N 


331 


s 


2 


5/21/82 


C 






N 


K90 


s 




5/29/62 


A 






N 


EOS 


H 


2 


6/02/92 


A 






N 


W66 


s 


2 


6/02/92 


c 


1 




N 




s 


t 


6/08/32 


A 


1 


P 


N 


S83 


H 


2 


6/09/32 


A 


7 




N 





S 2 6/10/92 D 3 » f B71 



MONTHLV/AN 



NUAL INDEX 

1/01/9J - 12/31/92 



S U B J E C 



DOLLAR STRUGGLE MODERN DANCE 3ILEMHA 

CITY'S TAX RATE REDUCED 1 CENT 

REINHART DECRIES CITY CUT IN cgSTIVAL FUNDS 

DANCE FESTIVAL NOT SINGLED OUT FOR CUTS 

DANCE FESTIVAL VJAS SINGLED OUT 

DANCE FESTIVAL MAS SINGLED OUT 

DANCE FESTIVAL WAS SINGLED OUT 

DANCE FESTIVAL HAS SINGLED OUT 

HANCOCK DELIVERS 

DANCE FESTIVAL MAY BREAK EVEN 

DANCE FESTIVAL COULD BREAK EVEN 

OFFSTAGE ARTISTRY 

FESTIVAL HAS SINGLED OUT 

DANCE FESTIVAL ENDED IN BLACK 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL. COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM 
DAVIS TEAM TO LEAD COMMUNITY "ROGRAM 
CHUCK DAVIS. PIED PIPER OF THE DANCE FESTIVAL 
7TH-GRADERS ENJOY ARTS AFRICA THIS HEEK 
COUNCIL HINS ARTS AWARDS 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL. FUND RAISING 

DANCE FESTIVAL GETS 130.000 F^ OM LIGGETT 
FESTIVAL GETS GRANT 

STORMY FINANCIAL FORECAST FOR AOF 
SPECIAL EVENINGS PLANNED FOR FESTIVAL 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL. GRANTS 

DANCE FESTIVAL GETS S30.000 F5 OM LIGGETT 

FESTIVAL GETS GRANT 

DANCE FESTIVAL FACES 1ST DEFICIT 

<, OURHAM GROUPS GET GRANTS 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL. STUDENTS 

TOURING THE ADF: JUMPS. TURNS. KICKS AND STRETCHES 

SLIM DANCERS STAY FIT HI TH HE« LTHY DIET 

DEAR MOM, I'VE LEARNED "ORE IN THE LAST 3 HEEKS THAN IN .. 

DANCE RECIPIENTS NAMED 

AMERICAN EDUCATION HEEK 

CLASSES MOVING TO MALLS 

HALLS TO BE CLASSROOMS FOR STJDENTS 

SCHOOLS PLAN TALENT NIGHT 

AMERICAN EDUCATION HEEK ACTIVITIES LISTED FOR TOMORROW 

DURHAM SCHOOLS PLAN EDUCATION WEEK ACTIVITIES 

CLASSES IN MALL SURPIRSE SHOPPERS 

KICKING W THEIR HEELS 

EDUCATION ACTIVITIES SCHEDULED TOMORROW 

VISIT CITY SCHOOLS 

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE 

ATTITUDES CHANGING TOWARD GOVERNMENT 

AMERICAN FARM BUREAU FEDERATION 

FARM BUREAU CHIEF HAS SEEN THE LIGHT 

AMERICAN FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION (GREENSBORO. N.C. 
GUNMAN HOLDS UP SANK 

AMERICAN 
SEE 

Set "l-JU "••!.• •*'~I.~\.1U 

$10,000 SAID GIVEN TO AFL-CIO 

VALENTINE RAPS LABOR BACKING OF MICHAUX 

DEMOCRATS CRITICIZE REAGAN 

CORRECTION 

AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN STUDENTS 
aCN VOYAGE I 

NORTHERN AFS SEEKS HOST FAMILY 

A LOOK AT DURHAM. . . THROUGH THE EYES OF AFS STUDENTS 
FOR THE SCRAPBOOK 

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY HEART ASSOCIATION 

MAN'S HEART CAN SE GOVERNED BY HIS STOMACH 

AMERICAN HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO HOSPITALS. U.S. 

MEDICARE PLAN UNLIKELY TO AFFECT VA HOSPITAL 

AMERICAN IMAGE 

MISLEADING IMAGE 

AMERICAN INDEPENDENT OIL CO. 

OIL COMPANY REIMBURSED BY KUWAIT 

AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT 

AIM LEADER TO SPEAK AT DUKE ON SEPT. 7 
INDIANS FEAR REDUCTIONS IN FEDERAL AID 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC SERVICE 
SEE ALSO JEFFERSON AWARDS 

CHAPEL HILL .(OMAN GETS NATIONAL SERVICE AWARD 
CEREMONY HONORS THOSE WHO GIVE OF THEMSELVES 

AMERICAN LEGION. POST 7 

OFFICERS INSTALLED/WOMEN TAKE OFFICE 

AMERICAN LEGION INSTALLS OFFICERS 

CRAWFORD RE-ELECTED TO LEGION POST 

PRESENTS VEHICLE 

CHRISTMAS GIFTS 

AMERICAN LEGION HOSTS BUTNER CHRISTMAS PARTY 

AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY OF N.C. 
OFFICIAL VISIT 

AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

DURHAM LIBRARY TO BE SATELLITE SITE 

CHOOSING WHAT STUDENTS SHALL ^EAD: CENSORSHIP OR COMMUNITY PREROGATIVE? 

AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION 

MENTZ GETS LUNG ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP 



AN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL 
ALSO AMALGAMATED CLOTHING £. TEXTILE WORKERS UNIOI 
ALSO N.C. AFL-CIO 



ORGANIZATIONS 



AMERICAN MARKETING SERVICES. INC. 

RESTRAINING ORDER OBTAINED AGAINST FIRM 
CHECKS MAILED 

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS. U.S. 
SEE ALSO SURGERY 

MORE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE URGED 

AMERICAN MEDICAL INTERNATIONAL 



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L 


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D 


DATE 


C 


PG 


L 


P 


1YL 




2 


6/13/n2 





2 


p 


N 


W66 




2 


6/22/32 


A 


1 




N 


S5l 




2 


6/23/82 


3 


1 




N 


W66 




2 


6/25/fl2 


A 


^ 




E 






2 


7/09/02 


A 


A 




L 






2 


7/0'5/82 


A 


4 




L 






2 


7/09/82 


A 


A 




L 






2 


7/09/82 


A 


A 




L 






7 


7/16/82 


D 


12 




N 






2 


7/26/62 


A 


I 


P 


N 


97 1 




2 


7/27/82 


3 


1 




N 


W66 




2 


7/29/82 


A 


A 




E 






2 


3/03/82 


A 


5 




L 






2 


10/09/82 


B 


1 




N 


W66 





H 2 3/12/82 DAN 

H 2 7/25/82 D IP? W66 

S 2 11/18/82 D 10 P N 

S 2 12/18/82 A 3 N E05 



S 2 1/23/82 A 1 

H 2 1/24/82 C I 

S 2 6/10/82 D 3 

S 2 6/10/82 D A 



S 2 1/23/82 A 1 

H 2 1/24/82 C 1 

S 2 6/02/82 C 1 

H 2 11/11/82 C 10 



H 2 7/05/82 3 I P F W65 

H 2 7/15/82 C I P F S56 

H 2 7/18/82 D I P F W66 

S 2 7/24/92 A 3 P N 371 



H 2 11/11/82 A 17 



s 


? 


11/11/82 


r 


1 


N 


FOS 


s 


? 


11/11/B2 


r 


1 


N 


EDS 


s 


? 


11/15/62 


A 


5 


I 




s 


7 


U/16/82 


A 


5 


[ 




s 


2 


11/16/92 


(, 


I 


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FO') 


s 


7 


11/17/82 


A 


S 


P P 


R91 


■; 


? 


11/17/82 


D 


6 


N 




H 


2 


11/18/82 


A 


b 


L 





H 2 1/17/82 4 E 
H 2 1/25/62 A 4 E 
S 2 4/21/82 C 3 N 



H 2 3/06/82 C 10 

S 2 6/25/92 A I 

H 2 9/19/82 A 5 

H 2 12/05/82 5 



S 2 1/29/82 C 

H 2 3/24/82 8 

S 2 4/23/82 a 1 

H 2 7/04/82 A 4 



1 P P S75 



A15 
M65 



S 2 2/03/82 E 1 



4/20/92 
3/15/82 
5/02/82 



9/04/82 
9/24/82 



7/21/82 
7/22/82 



6/21/82 

7/17/82 

7/19/82 

10/02/82 

12/19/82 

12/22/82 



2 
14 

6 
12 
15 



N 
5/21/82 A 2 P P 



R91 
R91 



1/22/92 
5/10/82 



S 2 10/25/B2 A 



1/13/82 
9/03/82 



S 2 5/07/62 C 



HQNTHLV/ANNUtL 
1/01/8? 



HOSPITAL OFFICIAL IN LEE "(ESIGNS 

AMERICAN HSDICAL -RITESS ASSCCIATIDN 

MEDICAL WRITERS TO BE DISCUSSEO AT MEETING 

AMERICAN MUSLIM MISSION 
SEE ALSO 3LACK "USHMS 
SEE ALSO MUSLIMS 

EDITORIAL JUDGMENTS 
LOCAL MUSLIMS I -SLACK' 



INDEX 
12/31/92 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 26 
1/0T/B3 



) PURSU; AMERICAN IDEAL 



AMERICAN NEGRO COLLEGE FUND 
SEE ALSO ?LAC< COLLEGES 
SEE ALSO BLAC'< COLLEGES. U.S. 
SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION. COST? 

RJR DONATES SSO.COO TO BLACK COLLEGES 

AMERICAN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSO:iATION 
ROGERS RECEIVES ACADEMIC HONCP S 

AMERICAN OIL CO. 

SEE A-OCO OIL CO. lACRONY"! 

AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE 

PRICE MAKES DEBUT AS A SCREENWRITER 
NOVELIST PRICE HAS TV DEBUT WITH PBS PLAY 

AMERICAN RED CROSS 

SEE ALSO BLOOD "OSORS 
SEE ALSO ?LOO0MOBILE 

WOMAN'S CLUB His FUN WITH FAS-iIONS 

INACCURATE INFORMATION 

AMERICAN RED CROSS. DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO SwIM-A-C"OSS 

PUBLIC UNAWSRE OF RED CROSS TASKS 

COLO-wEATHER VICTIMS CAN GET SHELTER. FOOD 

RED CROSS SEEKING DONORS 

DURHAM RESIDENTS ROLL UP ThEI» SLEEVES 

DANCE FESTIVAL H»S mExBERSMIP DRIVE 

RED CROSS PLANS A COOKBOOK 

RED CROSS DRIVER: THE DEPENDENT DEPEND ON mIM 

CHAPTER SAYS THANKS 

RED CROSS OFFICERS 

-HAT TO DO? LEARN CPR. . • 

BLOOD PIONEER IS HONORED 

BLOOD PRESSURE TEST IS FREE AT red CROSS 

blood ocnors needed to aid cancer patients 

blood needed for platelets. says agency 

swim-«-cross tomorrow at duke aouatic center 

to keep the" warm 

red cross seeking more blood donors 

durha" red cross gets award 

durham restaurants stressing health 

durham's red cross wins award 

blood donations earn recognition 

outstanding 

red cross jpoates disaster plan 

american red cross. n.c. chapter 
bl00dm05ile to visit vance 

american society of clinical pathologists 
duke pathologist honored 

american telephone and telegraph co. 
gallows humor 

plan mould cut n.c. phone rat?s 
atct proposes division of bell n.c. territory 

american textile manufacturers institute 

brown lung disease hits few workers. study claims 
textile institute seeks easing of dust rules 
textile import limits sought 

american tobacco co. 

how times a:> change: tobacco =acilities built 

s20.3dd gift aids e3uip"ent drive for durham tech 

american tobacco gives eouipment grant tq dti 

cooperation bears fruit 

a-erican taps durha" chief 

tucke^ named plant manager 

no price increases reported 3y liggett 

■lucky strikcs again" with a low-tar filter 

plant fire 

new lucky low-tars coming to durham 

tobacco firm fire s"othered 

oti equipment in use 

american tobacco co.. employees 

american taps new manager for durham 

american voyeur ifil") 

director's next film to 3e his own 

american wicker inc. 

150 lose jobs in boone fire 

american world airways 

see pan american world airways 

americans for democratic action 

ada gives congressmen from n.c. low ratings 

americans for international aid 

agency helps world's ho"eless children 
medical help sought for brazilian children 

america's aooth anniversary committee 
see also n.c ouaoricentennial 
archaeologists seek lost colony 

S"IThSONIAN JOINING STATE UNH IN FESTIVAL 

DURHA" TO BE SITE OF FESTIVAL 

A BANG-UP FESTIVAL - IF MONEY'S AVAILABLE 

REPLICA OF SHIP TO BE BUILT 

QUEEN TO VISIT FORMER COLONY? 

DURHAM COMMITTEE PLANS CELEBRATION 

ANNIVERSARY PLANS STARTED 

PLAN *OOTH 

PLANNING FOR A PARTY: NORTH CAROLINA CELEBRATES <.OOTH ANNIVERSARY 

NEW BOOK PORTRAYS LIFE ON COAST <00 YEARS AGO 

HUNT TO DEDICATE ANNIVERSARY ^HlP 

HUNT DEDICATES SHIP'S REPLICA 

EXPLORER WANTS TO CELEBRATE V30TH 

DURHAM FESTIVAL SITE 

TIMELY PLANNING 



N E 
P 



DATE 
3/2'./92 



2/24/62 A 



1/21/82 
3/28/82 



10/17/82 
7/20/82 



10 
5 



S 2 
H 2 



*/22/82 D 12 
4/25/82 F 1 



H 


2 


3/02/82 


A 


6 


p 


N 




H 


2 


6/05/82 


A 


4 




L 




S 


2 


1/03/82 


C 


1 




F 


F30 


s 


2 


1/13/R2 


A 


1 




N 


F30 


H 


2 


1/14/92 


A 


18 




N 




s 


2 


2/03/92 


3 


I 


P 


F 


J06 


H 


2 


2/16/92 


A 


6 


p 


N 




s 


2 


2/23/82 


A 


6 




F 


A15 


s 


2 


3/ 5/82 


B 


1 


P 


F 


J06 


s 


2 


3/ 7/92 


A 


2 


P 


p 


T37 


H 


2 


3/ 8/92 


A 


8 


P 


P 


T37 


H 


2 


5/23/82 


D 


1 


P 


c 


»20 


s 


2 


6/03/92 


C 


1 


P 


N 


F30 


H 


2 


6/23/92 


A 


5 


P 


N 




s 


2 


7/05/82 


c 


4 




N 




H 


2 


7/06/92 


E 


1 




N 




s 


2 


7/24/82 


A 


3 




N 




H 


2 


3/05/82 


A 


14 


P 


P 


T37 


H 


2 


3/10/92 


B 


7 




N 




s 


2 


8/16/32 


c 






N 




s 


2 


8/15/32 


c 






N 


C42 


H 


2 


a/17/92 


A 






N 




H 


2 


9/02/92 


A 


4 




L 




H 


2 


9/22/82 


A 


4 




E 




H 


2 


12/29/82 


3 


I 




N 


B81 



H I 8/13/92 B 1 



H 2 7/05/82 A 13 



H 2 5/12/92 
S 2 10/06/92 
H 2 10/07/82 



S 2 1/19/92 A 1 
H 2 3/31/92 B 5 
H 2 9/15/82 A 13 



s 


2 


1/15/82 




7 


P 


U 


043 


s 


2 


7/01/82 




1 




N 


EOS 


H 


2 


7/02/82 




12 




N 




s 


2 


7/03/82 




4 




E 




H 


2 


3/17/82 




1 


P 


N 




s 


2 


8/17/32 




5 




N 




s 


2 


10/07/P2 




16 




N 




H 


2 


10/22/82 




10 




N 




H 


2 


10/24/82 




4 


P 


P 


M56 


H 


2 


11/14/82 




14 


P 


N 


L41 


H 


2 


11/19/82 




10 




N 




s 


2 


12/17/82 




I 


P 


N 


EOS 



S 2 8/16/32 C 1 

S 2 9/15/92 A 17 

H 2 1/04/82 A 8 

H 2 12/27/82 A 9 



H 2 9/10/82 A 
H 2 10/0O/82 A 



L 

F A20 



4/23/92 

5/25/92 

5/26/82 

6/11/92 

6/17/92 

7/30/92 

10/05/92 

10/07/B2 

1D/D8/P2 

10/21/82 

11/04/82 

11/14/82 

11/17/82 

12/05/92 

12/15/82 

IO/lP/82 



1 

1 

15 



= 05 
R91 
371 



MONTHLY/* 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



DEL CISTILHO'S JOB HUNT SURPRISES COUNCILMEN 

DEL CASTILHO 4M0NG FINALISTS IN AMHERST 

jHHERST STILL CGNSIOERING DEL CASTILHO 

DEL CASTILHO STILL FINALIST FOR MASSACHUSETTS JOB 

CITY MANAGER RESIGNS; HUDSON 3 u I TS,COUNC I L 

NEW CITY MANAGERf COUNCILMAN SOUGHT 

DURHAM WILL LOSE AN ABLE MANAGER 

THOROUGH SEARCH NEEDED ctocccchi 

DEL CASTILHO SAYS DURHAM MANAGER'S JOE TOO STRESSFUL 

SIZE A FJCTOR IN AMHERST HOVE 

BEI'IG TRUE TO HIMSELF 

STRIFE AND STRESS 

AMINO ACIDS 



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P 


DATE 


C 


PG 


L 


P 


BYL 




H 2 


a/17/82 


A 


1 


p 


N 


551 




S 2 


3/17/82 


B 


I 




N 


K90 




H 2 


8/19/82 


A 


4 




E 






S 2 


9/01/82 


A 




p 


N 


K90 




H 2 


9/02/82 


B 




p 


N 






S 2 


9/20/82 


A 




p 


N 


K90 




H 2 


9/21/82 


A 






N 


S51 




S 2 


9/21/82 


A 




P 


N 


K90 




S 2 


9/22/82 


A 


4 




E 






H 2 


9/2<./82 


A 


"i 




E 






S 2 


9/24/82 


A 


1 


P 


N 


K90 




H 2 


9/25/82 


B 


1 


p 


N 


S51 




S 2 


9/27/82 


A 


4 




E 






H 2 


10/31/82 


D 


4 




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aS I NO acids: PROTEIN-S 'BUILDING BLOCKS- MAY FIGURE IN TREATING CANCER.. H 2 4/03/82 A 10 
JAPANESE FIRM TO PRODUCE AMINO ACIDS IN N.C. PLANT H 2 4/03/82 A lu 



AMISH , , 

SEE ALSO MORAVIANS 

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IMPERILED 

AMITY SAVINGS £ LOAN CORP. 

MERGER OF SCLS BEING DISCUSSED 

'""""b 'workers TREATED AFTER AMMONIA LEAK 
AMMUNITION 

^"raCT0r5tRAILER WITH EXPLOSIVES OVERTURNS ON 1-85 IN DURHAM 
RIG CARRYING EXPLOSIVES OVERTJRNS 



AMOCO 
SEE 



AMOCO OIL CO. (ACRONYM) 



AMOS AND ANOY SHOW 

•AMOS' OF FAMED RADIO SHOW DIES 

AMPUTATION ,,„. 

SEE ALSO LIMB REPLANTATION „,.,.,. 

SUCCESS RATE RISES IN LIMB ATTACHMENTS 
MAN CUT IN HALF IS LEARNING T] WALK AGAIN 

AMUSEMENT PARKS 

SEE ALSO CAROWINOS 
SEE ALSO RECREATION 

CAROWINOS TAKES PAINS TO ASSURE SAFETY 

ANALOG DEVICES' COMPUTER LAB 

GREENSBORO PLANT TO ABE EXPANDED 

ANOERSONi S.C. 

^^luIT FILEO'OVER AIRPLANE SEIZED BY FBI , „ ..^ 

DOCTOR SEEKS WITHDRAWAL OF LAWSUIT OVER AIRPLANE 

'""^'^ANDERSEN OFFERS $3.5 MILLION = OR CHARLOTTE-BASED ECP 
STOCKeROKER, FIRM NAMED IN LAWSUIT 

ANDREW QUARTERMAIN CORP. OF HOLLYWOOD 
SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 

SO YOU WANT TQ BE A STAR? 



ANDREW W. 
N.C. 



MELLON FOUNDATION 

ART MUSEUM GIVEN 1100.000 



ANDREWS HIGH SCHOOL (HIGH POINT, N.C.) 
ANDREWS SLIPS PAST NORTHERN 
RAIDERS. RAIN DROWN KNIGHT HOPES 



ANECDOTES (BOOK) 

COLLECTION OF STORIES HAD OR I^ 



IN IN FOLK TALES OF N.C. MOUNTAINS 



SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES! 
SEE ALSO SICKLE CELL ANEMIA 

MONEY DONATED FOR CHILD'S TRIP 

ANESTHESIA 

CITY OF MEDICINE GOING TO FAIR 

'DURHAM' HEADING FOR FAIR 

HARD WORK WINS CITY SPOT AT WORLD'S FAIR 

EXAMINE WORLD'S FAIR EXHIBIT 

CITY OF MEDICINE EXHIBIT 

DURHAM EXHIBIT GOING TO FAIR 

A DURHAM EXHIBIT NOW SHOWN AT WORLD'S FAIR 

MONITOR EXPECTED TO REDUCE ANESTHESIA MISHAPS 



ANGEL STREET (PLAYI , _ 

SUSPENSE. FARCE CLASH IN PRC 'S 
'ANGEL STREET' TOO FuNNY 



'ANGEL STREET' 



\ 



MAKE ANGER CONSTRUCTIVE. DUKE PSYCHIATRIST URGES 
TO FIGHT OR NOT TO FIGHT? 

ANGI6R B. DUKE SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO ruKE UNIV.. SCHOLARSHIRS „,..,„, 
NEARLY 60 FINALISTS FOR DUKE SCHOLARSHIPS 
DUKE NAMES SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS 

DURHAM STUDENT AWARDED ANGIER B. DUKE SCHOLARSHIP 
MS. DUNSTON WINS DUKE SCHOLARSHIP 
STUDENTS GET ANGIER DUKE SCHOLARSHIPS 

ANGIER DUKE GYMNASIUM 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CAMERON STADIUM 

ANGINA 

ECU LAB 
ANGINA MEANS 



STRANGLING IN THE CHEST- 



ANGLICANS 

SEE CHURCH OF ENGLAND 
SEE EPISCOPALIANS 

'"■^'"iSSfSi^M^R^CrS^c'iyFFREES OISCJSS HEALTH CARE DELIVERY 

ANHEUSER-BUSCH INC. 
SEE ALSO BREWERY 



H 2 3/05/82 A 4 
H 2 11/02/32 A 13 
H 2 2/24/82 A 13 



S 2 7/08/82 A 
H 2 7/09/82 3 



N U57 
N 



H 2 12/11/82 A IPO 



H 2 5/10/82 All N 
H 2 6/19/82 C 10 N 



H 2 5/24/82 A 11 
H 2 3/24/82 A 9 



H 2 9/04/82 3 I 
H 2 9/09/82 8 1 



H 2 8/01/82 10 
S 2 10/12/82 A 5 



S 2 4/01/82 4 
H 2 7/02/82 D ID 



N 951 
N 951 



H 2 11/13/82 1 N 

S 2 11/13/82 A 8 P N C09 



H 2 1/24/82 D 3 P U H45 



H 2 12/24/82 C 



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


3/24/82 
3/25/82 
3/25/82 
4/20/82 

i./zn/nz 

4/20/82 
5/06/82 
6/20/82 


C 

8 
A 
B 
B 
C 

C 


1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
I 
3 
3 


P 
p 
p 

p 


N 
N 

E 
p 

p 
N 
F 
N 


F30 
W24 

R91 
R91 
F30 
971 


H 2 
S 2 


1/29/62 
2/D4/82 







7 
12 


P 


R 
R 


W66 
B71 


S 2 

5 2 


5/29/82 
6/23/82 


A 
C 


3 
1 




F 
N 


F30 
EOS 


H 2 

\ \ 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


3/24/82 
3/24/82 
3/26/82 
4/02/82 
4/03/82 
5/14/82 


b 

c 

A 
A 
B 
C 


1 
13 
ID 

1 
6 
5 




p 


N 
N 
P 
N 
N 
N 


C56 
EOS 



S 2 9/08/32 C 11 N 
S 2 10/2D/82 A 14 U 



S 2 10/06/82 A 16 



MONTMLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



P4GE 28 
1/07/63 



HAROIS 0L4.MS NEW BLOC. 

mi. 000 AUARDEO FOR BOYS' INJURIES 

ANIMAL ATTACKS 

SEE ALSO OOG ATTACKS 

IS THERE A BEAST ABOUT IN dAMAMA? 

ANIMAL BEHAVIOR 

STUDY FINDS AMERICANS LACK WILDLIFE KNOWLEDGE 
•FAINTING GOATS" PASS OUT FRO" FEAR 
study: "ICE PRACTICE BIRTH CONTROL 
AGGRESSION AMONG ANIMALS 

ANIMAL CONTROL 

SEE DOG CONTROL 

ANIMAL CRACKERS 

THIS POTHOLE RANKS AMONG THE ^ EAL BIGGIES 

ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS. CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 

ANIMAL ABUSES INVESTIGATED 

FOSTER HOMES SAVING PETS 

WHEN ONE HORSEPOWER ISN'T ENOUGH 

THIEF ATTACKS. ROBS WOMAN 

LOST YOUR D^G? GO. DON'T CALL. TO POUND 

TENTH ANNUAL ANIMAL GROUP AUCTION PLANNED 

ORANGE ANIMAL SOCIETY'S AUCTION IS THIS WEEKEND 

BENEFICIAL ALLIANCE 

ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS ANIMAL PROGRAM 

ANIMAL GROUP NEEDS HELPERS 

ANIMAL THEFTS 

SEE HORSE STEALING 

ANIMALS 

SEE ALSO DEAD ANIMALS 

SEE ALSO DOG ATTACKS 

SEE ALSO ENDANGERED SPECIES 

WACKY WORLD OF ANIMALS 

ANIMAL LAWS CAN GO AWRY 

ANIMALS AID SICK. LONELY 

SCIENTISTS OE»ATE HOW FUNDS F3 R ANIMALS SHOULD BE SPENT 

SETTING THE SCE^E 

ANIMALS. BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE PETS. POPULATION CONTROL 

ANIMALS. CONTROL OF 
SEE OOG CONTROL 

ANIMALS. CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO ANIMALS. MEDICAL RESEARCH 
SFE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 
SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY 

HE HAD IT COMING 

WORKSHOP AT TCA IS RESCHEDULED 

THIFF ATTACKS. ROBS WOMAN 

MAN CONVICTED OF KILLING OOG 

BATTEREC SEAR ARRIVES AT NEW :)URHAM 'DEN' 

RFSCUEO ISEAR IS NEWEST INHABITANT AT MUSEUM 

CRUELTY TO A BEAR 

BEAR RESCUE HEARTENING 

CRUELTY TO BEARS 

ON BAITING. BAGGING. BUGGING AND BEDEVILING BEAR 

HARD. BUT NECESSARY 

BAITED BEAR FEELS BIT BETTER 

BOY CONVICTED OF KILLING PET TURTLE 

BOY CONVICTED OF KILLING TURTLE 

SHOOTING OF UNWANTED ANIMALS DRAWING PROTESTS IN GRANVILLE 

ANIMALS. MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS. CRUELTY TO 
SEE ALSO ANTI-VIVI SECTIONISTS 
SEE ALSO DUKE PRIMATE FACILITY 
SEE ALSO "EDICAL RESEARCH 

SCIENTISTS DEFEND USE OF ANIMALS FOR RESEARCH 

SOCIETY CRITICIZES UNC STUDY 

ANIMALS AND THE FDA 

SPARED: LEMURS SAVED FROM DISSECTION 

ANNEDEEN HOSIERY MILL. INC. 

ANNEOEEN MILL TO CONSOLIDATE 

ANNETTE SWINGERS 

ANNETTE'S SWINGERS PERFORM 

ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N .C . . ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS. ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO "EBANE. N.C.. ANNEXATION 

N.C. CITU£NS SPEAK TODAY ON CITIES' RIGHT TO ANNEX 

N.C. ANNEXATION LAW CBITICIZED. DEFENDED 

ANNEXATION LAWS VITAL 

CLARIFY ANNEXATION LAWS. STAT= PANEL URGED 

WAKE-GRANVILLE LINE ISSUE COMPLICATED 

WAKF COUNTY EYES PAYING SOME TUITION TO GRANVILLE 

ANNEXATIONS RULING HIT 

NE.1 BERN PANEL ANNEXES LAND 

NEW BERN ANNEXATION IS PROTESTED 

GREENSBORO ANNEXATIONS DISALLOWED 

ANNEXATIONS APPROVED 

SOME CITIES EYE ANNEXATION TO STRETCH THEIR TAX BASES 

ANNIE IPLAY C FILM) 

'ANNIE' IS SHORT ON PLOT. BUT LONG ON ENTERTAINMENT 

'ANNIE' AN UPLIFTING SHOW 

MOVIE 'ANNIE' TO OPF.N WITH 'WARBUCKS' BENEFIT 

'ANNIE' STAR WILL ATTEND N.C. PREMIERE 

DEBUTANTES: THEIR SEASON GETS UNDER WAY 

NEW 'ANNIE' BREAKS ARM 

SHOW GOES ON WITHOUT STAR 

'ANNIE' LACKS MUSICAL PUNCH 

CINEMATIC BALM 

'ANNIF': SONGS. DANCE AND FEEL-GOOD ENERGY 

ALMOST IN ANNIE 

A WCNOEBFUL MOVIE 

ANNIE WATTS HILL FOUNDATION , , 

MOREHEAO HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION AaARO WINNERS 

ANNUAL PHYSICAL CHECKUPS 

MEMORIAL OFFERS INEXPENSIVE HEALTH EXAM 
GET A HEALTH CHECK 



11/14/82 
I2/10/e2 



BYL 
W36 



H 2 1/08/32 A 1 



H 2 2/07/B2 B II N 

S 2 2/19/B2 A 15 P F 

S 2 4/09/R2 C 3 N 

H 2 7/07/92 A 4 E 



H 2 10/18/92 3 1 



H 


? 


1/15/92 


A 


4 


L 


s 


7 


1/20/92 


(. 


1 P N F30 


H 


7 


2/09/92 


A 


1 P P S76 


S 


7 


5/15/92 


A 


3 


N 


H 


7 


10/2<./"2 


1) 


5 


L 


s 


! 


11/17/82 


1 


9 


N 


H 


7 


Il/l<>/82 


A 


1 r 


N 


H 


7 


11/21/82 


1) 


A 


E 


S 


7 


12/02/82 


A 


4 


L 


s 


2 


12/08/82 


A 


20 


N 



H 


7 


1/19/82 


A 


4 E 


H 


7 


8/30/82 


A 


4 E 


S 


7 


11/25/82 


( 


1 P F M23 


S 


> 


12/07/82 


H 


6 N 


H 


2 


12/13/82 


A 


13 P P M66 



H 7 


2/15/92 


A 


4 


F 




H 1 


Z/Zl/SZ 


H 


1 


N 




S 2 


5/15/82 


A 


f 


N 




<; 7 


6/19/92 


A 


10 


N 




H 7 


7/01/82 


B 


1 P N 


141 


S 7 


7/01/82 


A 


1 7 


N 




H } 


7/04/92 


1) 


4 


f 




S 7 


7/06/82 


A 


4 


F 




H 2 


7/13/82 


A 


4 


1 




H 2 


7/19/82 


•1 


1 


U 


S)6 


H 2 


7/22/82 


A 


4 


H 




H 7 


7/22/82 


H 


1 


N 




H 7 


8/11/92 


A 


9 


N 




S 7 


8/11/92 


1 


4 


N 




H 1 


9/25/82 


b 


I 


N 


L30 



H 2 5/03/82 B 1 

S 2 5/31/82 A 7 

H 2 9/10/32 A 4 

H 2 8/21/92 B 1 



P F Bai 



H 1 11/27/82 B I N 

H 2 11/19/92 B 3 P P R91 



s 


7 


ini^/fz 


A 


1 




N 




H 


7 


3/25/82 


A 


9 




N 




s 


7 


3/26/92 


A 


4 




F 




H 


7 


5/14/92 


h 


I 




N 




H 


7 


5/27/92 


h 


3 




N 


H60 


H 


I 


6/02/92 


B 


1 




N 


1 iO 


H 


7 


6/05/92 


A 


f 




N 




H 


7 


6/19/92 


A 


9 




N 




H 


7 


6/20/92 


A 


,'11 




N 




H 


7 


6/24/92 


H 


7 




N 




^ 


/ 


10/01/82 


C 






N 




H 


I 


10/23/82 


A 


9 




N 




H 


7 


1/24/92 


A 


9 




R 


W66 


S 


7 


1/29/92 


11 


5 


P 


R 


BM 


H 


7 


5/14/92 


11 


9 




N 




S 


7 


5/15/92 


A 


1 1 


P 


N 




H 


7 


5/l»/92 


H 


7 




N 




S 


7 


6/01/92 


A 


7 




N 




S 


! 


6/03/82 


II 


1 




N 


BM 


s 


7 


6/03/92 


11 


3 




R 


BH 


H 


! 


6/27/82 


II 


6 




E 




H 


7 


7/09/92 


11 


4 




II 


S66 


s 


7 


7/15/82 


D 


1 


P 


F 


BM 




2 


7/20/92 


A 


4 




L 





H 2 9/05/92 E 1 P F H45 



S 2 
H 2 



1/25/92 A 
4/15/82 A 



■■ 



MONTHLY/* 



N N U A L I NO EX 

1/01/82 - li/3l/ej 



P»GE 21 
1/07/83 



SU&GESTIQNrC4N''HELP THOSE USING HEALTH FAIR 

"'°siE'JLSo''D°SEASeS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC OISEASESI 
SEE ALSO HUNGER ,^ ^,„ 

EATING DISORDERS TO BE STUDIED 

"'"THR'i^T!Ai'?S;P°s'T"S^ DAUGHTER OF TV OFFICIAL 

ANOTHERTHYME 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO SOMETHYMF RESTAURANT 

NEU RESTAURANT HER THYRD 

'"^ON COUNTY. N.C.^ TEST NEW HAZARDOUS -*STE LAW 

ANSON CACTUS TO IMITATE HARRE>i LANDFILL PROTESTS 
EPA DELAYS PERMISSION FOR ANSON COUNTY LANDFILL 
HAZARHOUS HASTE 

"*^'°UNC-W°SCIENTIST STUDIES ANTARCTIC KRILL 

ANTHONY J. MCHEVLIN AWARD 
QBSERVAT IONS 

fuirAO^A^SlV^irESlS^I^'s FORD RULED DIS-ISSED 
ANTHROPOLOGY 

"inS'iaS muSEuI CLOSED FOR «*NT OF DIRECTOR. MONEY 
ANTHROPOLOGIST SAYS STOCKPILING WILL FAIL 

ANTI-ARORTION GROUPS 
SEE PRO-LIFE POLICY 

ANTI-BUSING BILL „ ,,.,, 
SEE SCHOOLS. U.S.. BUSING 

SNTI-CANCER DRUGS 
SEE CHEMOTHERAPY 

ANTI-INFLATION PROGRAM 
SEE ECONOMY. U.S. 
SEE INFLATION, U.S. 

ANTl-KLAN MOVEMENT , „ ,^ „^, .x.n.,c 

SEE ALSO GREENSBORO. N.C. RACE RELATIONS 
SEE ALSO KU KLUX KLAN 

SehbERS OF CwP ARE QUESTIONED IN PROBE 

ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO CRITICAL MASS 

SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR ENERGY 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR PLANTS. U.S. 

ECUm|nICAL°GROUP begins nuclear arms OPPOSITION 
NUCLEAR. PEACE FORUMS SET 

ARMS FREEZE PETITIO'l DRIVE PLANNED ,„,^,^ 
DURHAM GROUP "ACkS nuclear WEAPONS FREEZE 
ILLOGICAL OPPOSITION . 

BANNING NUCLEAR WEAPONS WON'T MAKE WORLD SAFE 
MESSAGE CLEAR, BUT WILL KREMLIN LISTEN? 
SUPPORT NUCLEAR FREEZE 

WPQNG GROUP IDENTIFIED „,„,,,t 

AFTER 16 AGREEMENTS. NUCLEAR FEARS PERSIST 
GOP RAPS ANDREWS FOR MISSING VOTE ,.^^,^. 
THE CHILLING DANGER OF A NUCLEAR 'FREEZE' 
NUCLEAR weapons: MADNESS/SANITY ICARTOONI 
HF CHOSE FORCE — AND DIED 

ANTI-RECESSION PROGRAM 
SEE RECESSION 

ANTI-SEMITISM 

SEE ALSO JEWS 

NAZISM STILL REPUGNANT 

HIS BIGOTRY WON'T APPEAL 

SENSELESS KILLINGS, UNDERSTANDABLE RAGE 

ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 
SEE CIGARETTES 
SEE TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

ANTI-STARCH PILLS 

SFE STARCH BLHCKERS 
SEE WEIGHT CONTROL 

ANTI-TRUST SUITS 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS. U.S. 
SEE ALSO MERGERS (GENERAL HEAOINGI 
BI MAILS MEAD CORP. SETTLEMENT 

ANTI-VIVISECTIONISTS „ „r,^.„,^ 

SCIENTISTS DEFEND USE OF ANIMALS FOR RESEARCH 

ANTIGCH FRFEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH ( FA YETTEVI LLE , N.C . I 

OFFICIALS OPEN THEIR WALLETS TO HELP CHURCH WITH TAX BILL 

ANTIQUE SHOWS 

ANTIQUES FAIR IS MARCH Z6-38 
BURLINGTON ANTIQUES FAIR BEGINS TODAY 
WOMAN OF IRONS 
ANTIQUE SHOW IS SEPT. 17-19 
ANTIQUES SHOW. SALE SLATED 

ANTIQUES 

SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 
SEE ALSO AUTOS. ANTIQUE 
RAPTURE 

NOBLITT GOES FROM NEWS TO ANTIQUES ^.o^ct.o, = 
ANTIQUES: EMYL JENKINS FINDS <NawLEDGE MARKETABLE 
YOU MAY BE RICHER THAN YOU THOUGHT 
ANTIQUE SHOW IS SCHEDULED 
ANTIQUE APPRAISAL DAY SLATED 
ANTIQUES APPRAISED NEXT WEEK 
APPRAISAL DAY FOR QUcSTIONS 
ANTIQUES APPRAISED SATURDAY 

ANTITRUST LAWS 



<,/l5/8Z 
"./IS/BZ 



11/13/82 
'./Z'./BZ 



H 2 (./IT/aZ 6 1 



S 2 9/20/82 A 3 N 

S 2 9/23/82 C !<> N 

H 2 9/26/82 A 3 N 

S 2 12/l'./82 C 6 N 



S 2 8/27/82 A 6 



6/05/82 A 
6/17/82 8 
6/18/82 C 



H 2 3/15/82 
H 2 12/26/82 



11 
11 



H 2 ',/09/e2 C 9 



1 


1/26/82 


B 


1 


P P 




7 


2/06/82 


A 


9 






? 


<,/17/82 


A 


9 






? 


4/19/82 


B 


1 






7 


'./19/82 


A 








? 


5/15/82 


A 


4 






? 


5/15/82 


A 


^ 






? 


6/ 3/82 


D 


A 


U 




7 


6/ 8/82 


A 




E 




7 


6/21/82 


A 


4 


L 




7 


6/21/82 


A 




L 




7 


6/23/82 


A 


<> 


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7 


3/07/82 


H 


1 






7 


11/2 /a2 


II 


A 






7 


12/1 /82 


A 


4 




R56 


2 


12/12/82 





4 


E 





S 2 2/27/82 A 

H 2 5/30/82 D 
H 2 3/14/82 A 



H 2 9/09/32 B 



N 



H 2 5/03/82 B 1 N 
H 1 3/17/82 B 1 N 



3/22/82 A 

3/26/82 B 

4/13/82 E 

3/06/32 B 

8/27/82 B 



6 N H60 
1 N H50 
1 P F S56 
3 N 
1 N 



7 


1/02/82 A 


A 


E 




7 


6/10/32 A 


2 1 


N 




7 


7/02/82 B 


2 P F 


S56 


7 


7/02/82 B 


7 




S56 


1 


9/10/92 6 


1 


N 




7 


0/08/82 E 


1 


N 




7 


0/10/82 E 


/ 


N 




7 


0/13/82 A 


6 






2 


U/OA/82 D 


10 







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N N U 4 L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
U/31/82 



SEE ANTt-TRUST SUITS 

APARTHEID 

AMERICAN BUSINESS WANTED IN SOUTH AFRICA 
INTERNATIONAL GOLDEN RULE 

APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO CENTURY OAKS (APARTMENTS) 

SEE ALSO CONDOMINIUMS 

SEE ALSO CRESTVIEW APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO DUOHAM, N.C. DOWNTOWN DWELLING 

SEE ALSO FOX CREEK APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO HEARTHSIOE APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO HOUSINGi DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, U.S. 

SEE ALSO JFK TOWERS 

SEE ALSO LAK6W00D APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO LYNNH4VEN APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO THE MEWS APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO PENRITH APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO STONEWDOO 

PLANNING COMMISSION APPROVES THREE PLANS 

CHANGES IN 3 DEVELOPMENT PLANS BACKED 

PAIR WINS LOW-INTEREST LOANS ■= OR 200 UNITS 

BRYANT ROBERTS WON LOANS 

DEVELOPERS SEEK BACKING 

DEVELOPERS SEEK OK OF <, DURHAM PROJECTS 

FOR HANDICAPPED AND POOR, RENTS OF 1539 A MONTH 

HOUSING PROJECTS RAISE QUESTIONS 

HUD MAY PUT LIMITATIONS ON CEVTURY OAKS PROJECT 

CREST STREET DEVELOPERS SEEK FEDERAL FUNDS 

HUD AID SOUGHT FOR PROJECT 

CENTURY OAKS* SLOW RENTALS BOTHER OWNER 

PLANNING FOR PROJECT NEEDS WO' K 

APARTMENT OCCUPANCY IN OURHAM UP SLIGHTLY 

MAN SEEKS DOWNTOWN LIVING 

WE NEED SMARTER PLANNERS 

SPFX, N.C. 

MAN HURT IN APEX PLANE CRASH 

APEX SAFETY PRODUCTS DIVISION 

SANCORD-BASED FIRM IS SOLO 

APEX VETERINARY HOSPITAL 

SUPER CALVES: NEW PROCESS BOON TO FARMERS 

APPALACHIAN REGIONAL COMMISSION 

APPALACHIAN PANEL FUNDS ARE SOUGHT 

PRIVATE ORGANIZATION MAY REPLACE APPALACHIAN UNIT 

SUPPORTERS TRY TO SAVE APPALACHIAN COMMISSION 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV. 

b RECEIVE DEGREES FROM APPALACHIAN 

SCIENTIST IS TAKING LEAVE TO STUDY WOOLLY WORMS 

WATAUGA GRAND JURY RETURNS BID-RIGGING INDICTMENT 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV., STUDENTS 
SHOT MOUNDS ASU STUDENT 
STRICKEN MAN TAKEN FROM GORGE 
NINE GET ASU DEGREES 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

AILING APPALACHIAN CAGER MAPS FUTURE PLANS 

DUKE aoLTS EARLY, COASTS TO VICTORY OVER APPALACHIAN 

BROWN HIRED AT APPALACHIAN 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
FURMAN NIPS APPALACHIAN 
WORKING FIRED AT APPALACHIAN 
ASU HOPES NEW MAN SET BY WEEKEND 
APRS" DECISION EXPECTED 
APRS HIRE BROWN 

APPALACHIAN TRAIL 
SEE ALSO HIKING 

AUTHORITIES SEEK 3 PERSONS IN ASSAULT 
TRAIL MURDERS DON'T DAUNT HIKER 

APPALACHIAN WRITERS' ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, N.C. 

WORKSHOPS ABOUND FOR TAR HEEL WRITERS 

APPLE CHILL FAIR 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C, FESTIVALS 

SEE ALSO FESTIFALL (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. N.C. 

APPLE CHILL FEST STARTS AT 1 SUNDAY 
APPLE chill: 25,000 CROWD FRA1KLIN ST. 
PARTICIPATE IN FESTIVAL 

APPLE CIDER 

HOMEMADE CIDER 

APPLE COMPUTER CO. 

SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 

CLASS SEEKS COMPUTER AIDE 

APPLES 

FREEZE NIPS STATE FRUIT CROPS IN BUD 

N.C. PEACH, APPLE CROP LOSSES COULD HELP VA . GROWERS 

SOME APPLES MAY SURVIVE 

30% OF APPLE CROP LOST 

APPI E. PEACH CRnPS DAMAGE IS EXTENSIVE 

LOSS OF APPLE CROP HURTS MIGRANTS 

APPLE FESTIVAL 

APPLE GROWERS WAITING TO HARVEST THEIR CROPS 

APPLIANCES 

SEE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

APPOINTMENTS 

HE WHO WAITS, STEAMS 

APPRECIATION 

JIMPO AT THE TOP 

APRIL FOOL'S DAY 

APRIL FOOLS: GAGS LIE IN WAIT TO FOOL THEM 

TRICKERY AFOOT 

APRIL l: FIRST (AND ONLYI DAY FOR HUNTING THE GOwK 

AQUACULTURE 

PROFESSOR TO BUILD AOUACULTURF GREENHOUSE 



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1/07/62 


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3/20/82 


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K90 


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2 


3/23/82 


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<./01/n2 


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'./21/82 


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6/13/92 


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0/15/82 


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6/25/82 


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7/01/82 


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<90 


H 


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7/03/82 


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L*! 


H 


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7/03/82 


B 


12 


N 


L'.l 


s 


2 


8/02/82 


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6 


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s 


2 


10/11/82 


A 


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N 


S83 


s 


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10/25/82 


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K90 


H 


2 


11/27/82 


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H 2 12/27/62 A 1 P N 
H 1 8/19/82 3 I N 



H 2 <./05/82 B 



2 2/18/82 C 7 
2 3/27/82 A 10 
2 ',/09/'l2 A 9 



S 2 8/25/82 C 15 
H 2 10/05/82 A 12 
H 2 12/15/82 A 9 



H 2 1/23/82 A 3 
H 2 2/08/82 A 13 
S 2 5/2<./32 B 3 



N 



H 2 l/0<./82 B 1. P N 

H 2 11/30/82 B 2 P N C52 

H 2 12/18/62 B 3 » N 



H 


7 


9/19/82 


B 


1 


N 


H 


? 


11/22/82 


B 


4 


N 


H 


? 


12/16/82 


n 


/ 


N 


S 


? 


12/16/82 


H 


/ 


N 


s 


2 


12/17/82 


D 


1 


N 



S 2 6/01/82 B 7 N 
H 2 7/18/82 A 4 N 



H 2 <./I8/82 D 3 U Hi.5 



'./15/62 
<./19/»2 
<./l9/82 



7 P P T37 



H 2 5/03/82 A 13 P 



H 2 ll/l<t/82 A 



3/29/82 A 

4/01/82 B 

4/07/82 C 

4/13/82 C 

4/16/82 B 

7/08/82 e 

3/25/82 C 

9/07/82 A 



H 2 7/14/82 A 4 E 

H 2 9/14/82 3 2 U 071 



S 2 3/30/82 3 1 P F J06 

H 2 4/01/82 A 4 E 

H 2 4/01/82 B 1 U L57 



S 2 12/31/82 A 



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MONTHLY/4 



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12/31/82 



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ARABS MILL ONE DAY SETTLE... H 2 



AQUARIUM 

INFANT FALLS INTO AOUARIUM 

ARAB EMIRATES 

SEE ARAB STATES 

"lll'itl 'd5k? °u"ll° t"L25?a ANO ARABIC DEVELOPMENT STUDIES 
SEE ALSO EGYPT 
SEE ALSO IRAO 
SEE ALSO JORDAN 
SEE ALSO LIBYA 
SEE ALSO MOROCCO 
SEE ALSO SAUOI ARABIA 

DOCTORS. NURSES SOUGHT FOR MID-EAST 

COMPANY SEEKS DOCTORS. NURSES 

WHY CARE AaOUT THE MIDDLE EAST? 

SlDOLE fast: LAND OF HARDSHIPS AND DISCORDS 

ARAP-ISRAELI CONFLICT INEVITA3LE 

A LOOK AT ISRAEL'S ENEMIES 

OUR MIDDLE EAST CONNECTION 

WRONG WAY TO PEACE IN MIDEAST 

ARAB STATES MUST RECOGNIZE ISRAEL 

pSAjs'-pREoic^ION! NCCU PROFESSOR SAYS JEWS 
ARABS FACE HARD FACTS 

ARARAT RIVER 

OIKFS MAY STOP FLOODING 

ARBITRATION 

SEE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 
SEE VOLUNTEER ARBITRATORS 

ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO tNTIOUES , „^ ,,^ 
SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C. RELICS 

STARING OUT OF THE PAST 

SKULL BACKS EVOLUTION 

LEARN ALL ABOUT ARCHAEOLOGY .„,,,.,Tr 

ARCHAELOGISTS TO SEEK LOST CO. ONY ART IF AC TS 

A'CHAEOLOGISTS TRY TO RESOLVE JACKSON DISPUTE 

A0CHAE0L0GIST5 SEEK LOST COLONY 

SCHOOL WILL OFFER DIGGING FOR PAST 

KNOWLEDGE VS. ROMANCE 

DIG FAILS TO SOLVE MYSTERY 

AMERICANS SEEK ANCIENT ARCHIVES ,,, , _„„ „,, 

N.C. STATE TEAM WORKS ON PUZZLE, NOT DIGGING FOR OIL 

SEARCH RESUMES FOR 'LOST COLONY' 

aRCHERY 

SEE ALSO HUNTING, SOW AND ARROW 
'archery contest SET THIS WEEKEND 

'""'dUrJaA Sr?HITECTS will help DESIGN CIVIC CENTER 
KNOTT, DURHAM ARDHITECT, DIES 
FUNFRAL FOR KNOTT TO BE HELD TODAY 
MAYOR: DOWNTOWN'S MOMENTUM AT STAKE 
THREE JOIN ARCHITECTURAL FIRM 

ARCHITECTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ARCHITECTURE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSn N.C. 30ARD OF ARCHITECTURE 

FAILURE RATE IS HIGH ON ARCHITECTS EXAM 

SARCASM. 'bad timing HURT CIVi: CENTER PLANS 

ARCHITECTURAL AND HISTORICAL INVENTORY OF THE CITY OF DURHAM (BOOK) 
SEE ALSO ARCHITECTURE, DURHAM 

NEW BOOK TO FEATURE CITY NEIGHBORHOODS 

BOOK FEATURES DURHAM'S HISTORICAL NEIGHBORHOODS 

ARCHIT'=CTURAL BARRIERS 
SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 

BROKEN LEG A NUISANCE — NOT A DISASTER 
ACCi=S5IPLE WORKPLACE NEEDN'T 3E EXPENSIVE 

ARCHITECTU=E^_^^^^j^^^^^^^ FORUM SCHEDULED AT DUKE NOV. T-") 

ARCHITECTURE, OURHAM 

SEE ALSn ARCHITECTS, N.C. ^ ,„„_ „^ 
SEE ALSO ARCHITECTURAL AND HISTTRICAL INVENTORY OF 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION = UNO OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 
BYGONE BRICK'JORK 

3!^I8SrAN"^ESgS2S=^lS?rE?Y^r?^5J'°W^LL LAUD A GOLDEN AGE FOR THE CITY 

hIsTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY COMMENDS DURHAM BEAUTY SPOTS 
MOREhEAO hill NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION AWARD WINNERS 
NEW BOOK TO FEATURE CITY NEIGHBORHOODS „„„,„^„^ 
aOOK FEATURES DURHAM'S HISTORICAL NEIGHBORHOODS 
STUDENTS TRY PLAZA DESIGNS 

ARCHITECTURE, U.S. , , 

NEW BUILDING MUSEUM MAJESTIC 

AREA A DEFENSE FUND 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, ANNEXATION 

RESIDENTS RAISE FUNDS TO FIGHT ANNEXATION 
ANNEXATION FOUGHT 

""'' fitir, r',2yiS'Jg3R6^JllT'gl OF HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER 
GALLIS NAMES COORDINATOR 
DURHAM, OTHER COUNTIES HAVE NURSING SHORTAGE 

ARGENTINA 

ARGENTINE AGGRESSION 

THATCHER PREDICTS VICTORY IN FALKLAND ISLANDS 

SE^'^-^lSs'sa?! ".s"'sh0ULD TRY TO GET BRITAIN TO GIVE UP FALKLANOS 

RIGHT LIES WITH THE BRITISH 

HELMS DEFENDS FALKLAND STAND 

PASSING PARADE ,,„. , 

PUT ON YOUR EASTER BONNET. . . ICARTOONI 

CHARGING KNIGHTS ON SHEEP (CA)TOONI 

SCIENTISTS STUDY LIFESTYLE OF GAUCHO 

CHOOSING SIDES 

BUTT OUT, THE MAN SAID 



H 2 6/05/82 A 10 



2/12/82 
2/16/82 
3/22/82 
3/23/62 
3/2A/82 
3/25/82 
3/26/82 
<,/01/e2 
4/02/82 
5/27/82 
9/12/82 
11/02/82 



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7/07/82 


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7/18/82 


A 


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S 2 


9/01/82 


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H 2 


10/27/82 


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8/13/82 


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3/12/82 


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S 2 


3/ 3/82 


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THE CITY OF DURHAM 



MAYBE ICARTOON) 



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3/07/82 


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1 P 


P S76 


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4/06/82 


A 


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N K90 


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4/20/82 


B 


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F J06 


H 


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4/22/32 


C 


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5/23/82 


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1 P 


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H 


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0/06/82 


A 


9 


N W66 


s 


2 


0/06/62 


A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


12/03/82 


A 


12 


N B81 


H 


2 


7/23/82 





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U G68 


S 


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9/22/82 


A 


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N K90 


S 


2 


9/23/82 


C 


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N 


H 


2 


9/03/82 


A 


13 


N 


S 


2 


9/03/82 


A 


9 


N 


s 


2 


12/09/82 


A 


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N M23 


H 


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4/05/82 


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4/07/82 


A 


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f R55 


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4/07/82 


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4/08/82 


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7 


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4/09/82 


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H 


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4/10/82 


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3 


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4 


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4/11/82 


D 


5 T 


T =45 


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4/15/82 


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T R56 


S 


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4/16/82 


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4/17/82 


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hel"s right on =alklanos 

6uantin*m0 too, senator' 

helhs s«io «sked to use influence 

heading for high •aoon 

invoice "onroe doctrine 

helhs oefenos falklsnos stand 

hEL-S SATS 3RITISH '(AY 9EGRET ACTION 

FiL^rlNOrHISTGlt*"^' " ''^ '^ ''"^ ^^ ""^ °'' ' ' """'^ ICARTOONl 

NlliL'pR;i'sis'SJl:°i5p5iS?i;| ^??T??'/"" RESOLUTION 

li:l: i?HS?'?a'i?3'kJiT?,^"'"'°'' '"^ =""■'" 

"ft"? Si'^ CHOICE OF HAIG AS MEGOTIATOR 

HIS SHIP HAD LEO CharxED LIFE 

HISTQ5Y OISTORTEO 

HAHLET ON 4AR (CARTOONI 

APGENTINA SEEN GETTING SOVEREIGNTY 

"OTHER'S DAY, 1962 

SS9o^l!S?= 4''l9t!^ °^ER THE FALXLANOS IS ABOUT 3IL- 

?2PFlt;[jASEs'lSS'XA?S"^ *^'="'^ "5'^ '""^■^'« 

HEL-S URGES CAUTION IN FALKLAVOS 

FALKLSNDS STORY ERRED 

COLDEST PLACE 

ARGENTINA'S THORNY ROSE ICARTOONl 

NEMORIAL DAY 1952 

SOHETIHES FHRCE IS THE ONLY MAY 

3LA"ING U.S. IS OLD MAT 

ARGENTINE lU i BOTTLE 

BRITISH CHARACTER 

NELSON AT TRAFALGAR 

M^^"^..K?°Ti^f? ^i''?L'S "-S- SENDS TROOPS TO FALKLANOS 
U.S. NOT TO 3LA"E FOR THE FAL< LANDS MAR 
UNION JACK JITm prize enclose-) ICARTOONl 
^St'lt^i?!^?"!!!!" VICTORY HASN'T mORTH BLOODSHED 

ENGLAND ACHIEVES A SATISFYING VICTORY 

mElxS in '3a ICARTOONl 

LIES HAUNT ARGENTINA 

THE GALTIERI "E-ORIAL — PUENOS AIRES ICARTOONl 

DC^N'T BEFRIEND DICTATORS 

?^^;t7S.*I'^'^-' ""■"'■ TO REJECT RESOLUTION 

SANCTIONS «ORTH ENDING 

FAILING AN ALLY 

ARK OF THE COVENANT 

DUKE PROF HITS SHROUD 'EVIOENtE' 

AR»'EO ROBBERY, C5RRB0R0 

TEEN HELD IN CARRBQRO ROBPERY 
MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 

»R"ED ROBBERY, CHAPEL HILL 

OURHA- -AN FACES CHARGES 

PILICE SEEK ARRESTED "AN'S NAME 

MOTEL E^'PLOYEE hurt 

HAN ROBS CHAPEL HILL SERVICE STATION 

3 ROB MAN OF SlOO 
MAN HELD IN ROB?ERY 

HAN CHARGED KITH 5038ERY 
POLICE PROBE -OLDUP 

»R"EO ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ALS" BANK ROBBERIES. DURHAM 
SEc ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM 

JACK'S STEAK HOUSE ROBBED BY "• "EN 
STEAK HOUSE ROBBERY NETS 12,030 CASH 
R03=INS FACES MORE CHARGES 
ROBBIVS SERVED 2 WARRANTS 

4 -ELO FOR ^REAK-IN 

2 ARE CHARGED IN SEXUAL ASSAl/. T 
MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 

POLICE Capture "an in robbery 

1<.-YEAR-0LD ARRESTED IN THEFT 

POLICE ARREST 14-YEAR-OLD 

DURHAM ABC STORE HELD UP 

POLICE SEEK ABC STORE HOLD-UP MAN 

2 SEEKING DRUGS ROB MEN 

ROBBERY T-,ARTEO AT LAKEMOOD STORE 

1 ARRESTED :n car CHASE 

POLICE ARREST 2 IN aR"ED ROBBERY 

PAIR CHARGED AFTER ThmARTED R'-SBERY 

"AN REPORTS ROBBERY 

SILVERWARE IS STOLEN 

NAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 

DOWNTOWN CHASE LEADS TO ARREST OF DURHA" MAN 

MAN CHARGED IN '31 ROBBERY 

MAN ATTACKS WOMAN IN CAR 

iJ2^o'°?OBB'ER?'^c?|*;{SSi'' "-eO-ROBBERY CHARGE 

GUNMAN ROBS WOMEN 

WOMAN FLEES FROM GUNMAN 

MAN HOLDS U» L'lL GENERAL ST03 E 

MAN CHARGED IN RDBBERY 

FAST FARE ROBBED 

MAN SAYS HE'S SORRY FOR HOLDUP 

2 ARMED MEN ROB SERVICE STATION 

2 MEN ROB GAS STATION 

MAN ROBS ETNA STATION ON N.C. 5* 

JUDICIAL WEAKNESS 

R03BINS GETS PS-*? YEARS ON <■ CHARGES 

v?rT!t!5s'!55EC?T5N';iPLr'prE5 llld'V "• """"• ""BBERIES 

f SiLS'!ii"3Ri.J!^Ss''*Fl!2 ^^-w'-ilJIls'^^"'"' ''"'"' COMPLAINS 

POLICE CHARGE 2 IN 3REAK-IN ' 

MAN ROBS STORE AT KNIFEPOINT 

RESTAURANT MANAGER IS ROBBED 

"AN IN "ASK ROBS STORE 

POLICE PROBE DA"AGE TO PHONE 

DEFENDANT PLEADS GUILTY TO R03BERY 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY AGAINST LEGAL ADVICE 

MAN GFTS <.0 YEARS FOR ROBBERY 

PRATT SENTENCED 

WHITFIELD GIVEN 14-YEAR SENTE'JCE 

RIDER THWARTS ROBBERY 

MAN FLEES THEFT ATTEMPT 

MAN GIVEN 3S YEARS 

ili2'FS5£Si;;'l?oiiIcl '° " "'"' '"^ """"' 
SS3!S S?I1I?\^t^*5^Ie^3^^? '"'" ""'^^ 

CHASE ENDS with 7 CHARGES 
DURHAM police prose robbery 
MAN ROBBED RY GUNMEN 



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5/07/32 A 


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T T 056 




H 1 


5/03/82 C 


1 


N 




H 2 


5/09/32 


C 


T T P45 




H 2 


5/09/52 C 


1 


P U H49 




H 2 


5/14/32 A 


1 


U H49 




H 2 


5/14/82 A 


4 


c 




H I 


5/17/32 A 


10 


N 




H 2 


5/l8/»2 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


5/20/82 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


5/23/32 A 


4 


T T R56 




S 2 


5/29/32 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


5/30/32 D 


4 


E 




S 2 


0/03/32 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


6/04/82 A 


4 


T T R55 




H 2 


6/05/82 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


6/12/82 A 


4 


E 




S 2 


6/14/82 A 


1 


G U57 




H 2 


6/16/82 A 


4 


c 




H 2 


6/16/82 A 


4 


Y f R56 




H 2 


6/16/82 A 


7 


P N 




S 2 


6/16/82 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


6/17/82 A 


4 


e 




H 2 


6/17/82 A 


4 


T f 556 




S 2 


6/13/82 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


6/20/82 D 


4 


T T R56 




H 2 


6/25/82 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/26/82 A 


4 


E 




S 2 


3/37/82 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


11/03/52 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


4/10/82 A 


I 


N A20 




S 2 


12/22/82 C 


1 


N 




H 2 


12/23/82 C 


8 


N 




S 2 


3/31/82 C 


I 


N 




S 2 


6/03/32 A 1 


10 


N 




S 2 


3/23/82 C 


1 


N 




S 2 


9/13/82 A 


1 


N 




S 2 


9/20/82 A 


5 


N 




S 2 


11/16/32 C 


1 


N 




H 2 


11/17/82 3 


7 


N 




S 2 ' 


12/15/52 3 


1 


N 





H 2 


1/10/82 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/11/82 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


1/19/52 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


1/20/32 A 


9 


N 


S 2 


1/21/82 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/21/82 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/22/82 A 


12 


N 


S 2 


./25/82 C 


I 


N 


H 2 


1/26/82 3 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/26/32 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


/27/82 A 


1 1 


N 


S 2 


/27/32 A 


7 


N 


S 2 


1/23/82 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/30/82 A 


1 


N "51 


S 2 


1/30/82 A 


I 


N K90 


S 2 


1/30/52 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


1/31/32 C 


1 


N "51 


H 2 


2/01/82 A 


10 


N 


S 2 


2/01/82 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/04/82 C 


IC 


N 


H 2 


2/11/82 A 


12 


N 


H 2 


2/15/82 A 


4 


N 


H 2 


2/15/32 3 


1 


N 


S 2 


2/16/32 8 


10 


N 


S 2 


2/17/82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


2/15/82 B 


2 


N 


H 2 


2/20/82 a 


6 


N 


H ' 


3/01/82 A 


p 


N 


H 2 


3/36/82 C 


i 


N 


H 2 


3/03/82 c 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/33/82 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


3/17/82 C 


I 


N 


H 2 


3/13/82 A 


17 


•« 


H 2 


3/18/82 3 


5 


N 


S 2 


3/23/92 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


4/02/82 S 


1 


N B51 


S 2 


4/32/52 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


4/09/32 8 


5 


N 351 


S 2 


4/09/82 C 


R 


N 


H 2 


4/14/82 A 


8 


N 


S 2 


4/14/82 A 


6 


N 


S 2 


4/14/32 C 




N 


H 2 


4/18/82 A 


4 


N 


H 2 


4/19/82 A 


12 


N 


S 2 


4/19/82 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


4/21/82 A 


9 


N 351 


S 2 


4/21/92 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


4/23/82 A 


17 


N 351 


S 2 


4/23/"2 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


5/37/82 A 


2 


N 


S 2 


5/37/82 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/33/82 C 


10 


N 


H 2 


5/11/82 A 


13 


N 


S 2 


5/11/32 A 


9 


N 


S 2 


5/13/82 C 


I 


N 


S 2 


5/20/32 C 


I 


N 


S 2 


5/24/82 C 




N 


S 2 


6/02/82 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


6/04/82 A 


14 


N 


H 2 


6/04/32 3 


5 


N 



MONTHLY/A 



NNU4L INDEX 

1/01/82 - \2/il/92 



?yfV*CE 'S^^il S5gSi."°HfN^25LUWlNG .RMED ROBBERY 

OEFENnuNT CALLS DEATH ACCIDENTAL 

WEBB FOUND GUILTY 

JURY FINDS WEBB GUILTY OF MUROER 

JURY CONVICTS HFB9 

fAlpB^^IS^ElS^'^SI^^SSs ROBBED AT KNIFEPOINT 

2 MEN ROB DURHAM "OTEL CLERK , . „r 

3 CHAOGEO IN robbery; ONE CHARGED HITH RAPE 
OWNER HALTS ARMED ROBBERY „r,,„ = ,.r = 
DURHAM COUPLE ROBBED OUTSIDE MAN'S RESIDENCE 
MAN IS ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 

RIDF ENDS IN ARME'^ ROBBERY 

TWO CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 

ag-YE4«-0LD MAN ROBBED 

GUNMAN ROBS BEAUTY SHOP ON GUr SS ROAD 

GUNMAN ROSS DURHAM MOTEL 

ROBBERS HOLD UP 2 BUSINESSES ,,„„^ „„oo=o„ 

DEPUTIES INVESTIGATING BAHAMA STORE ROBBERY 

SfiKM^S'-SSLa? 3?'SiI?55RANTi puts 9 people in cooler 

JnUCF^ASSEST^3''0URHiS''-EN ON ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES 

3 ARRESTED IN HOLDUP 

TWO MEN ROa DURHAM FIRM 

ARMED BURGLAR SCALES PIPE 

MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 

ARMED MAN ROBS STORE 

MAN ROBS 9R0A0 ST. RESTAURANT ,.^...,„, 

ARMED ROBBER STEALS MONEY FROM HOLLOWAY ST. CLEANERS 

MAN WITH PISTOL HOLDS UP STORE 

POLICE REPORT 3 ROBBERIES DURING NIGHT 

RESTAURANT MANAGER ROBBED AT SUNPOINT 

MAN ROBBED ON LAKEWOOD 

THIEVES HIT CARS AFTER ABDUCTION 

ARMED MAN TAKES tiOO IN HOLDUP AT RESTAURANT 

ACADEMY ROAD STORE ROBBED 

GUNMAN ROBS STEAK HOUSE 

WARD FURNITURE STORE ROBBED 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH 2 BURGLARIES 

TWO MEN ROB MOTEL 

TWO HEN ROB DURHAM MOTEL ,. ^„ „^ ^.„ 

THIEVES ROB GAS STATION, LOCK MAN IN TRUNK OF CAR 

ROBBERS LOCK MAN IN TRUNK 

ARMED THIEF GETS 57.20 

MAN WITH KNIFE ROBS GAS STATION 

MAN ROBBED IN DRIVEWAY ,,,„■, 

TWO BYRO'S EMPLOYEES ROBBED IN PARKING LOT 

2 STORE EMPLOYEES ROBBED 

MAN KIDNAPPED, ROBBED 

CASH STOLEN FROM GROCERY 

CASH REPORTED STOLEN 

ROX'ORO ROAD STORE ROBBED 

WOMAN STABBED ON PORCH 

WOMAN KNIFED; TWO STUDENTS ARE ROBBED 

MAN STEALS HDD FROM HAIRTYME 

MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 

GROCERY IS ROBBED 

MAN FACES ROBBERY CHARGE 

MAN ROBS VILLAGE MART 

MASKED THIEF ESCAPES WITH CAS^ 

MAN WOUNDED ON WAY TO BAPTIST ROAD HOME 
MAN ROBS CAFETERIA AT SOUTH SDUARE MALL 

OVER 12,000 TAKEN IN HOLDUP 

POLICE INVESTIGATE ROBBERY 

OFFICERS PROBE ROBBERY 

ONE CONVICTED IN CHURCH HEIST 

SENTENCING SET 

MAYE GETS I<.-YEAR TERM 

WARRANTS ARE ISSUED IN 3 THEFTS 

DINERS ROB RESTAURANT OF $4,000 

NO ARRESTS YET MADE IN RESTAURANT HOLDUP 

THEFT OF TOOL? REPORTED 

GUNMAN ROBS BUSINESS, ESCAPES 

DRUG STORE IS HELD UP 

GUNMEN ROB STORE 

MAN ATTACKED ON PLUM STREET 

TWO MEN HOLD UP STORE 

MFN PULL WEAPON. STEAL MONEY 

MAN ROBS BUY OUICK AT SOUTH ALSTON, CECIL 

WINDSHIELDS 3R0KEN IN SCHOOL 3USES 

ARMED MAN HOLDS UP KWIK CHECK STORE 

MAN TREATED FOR 3 WOUNDS „ „ .,,_„„ 

MAN, ARRESTED WHILE FREE ON APPEAL, HAS BOND HIKED 

DENIAL OF BAIL JUSTIFIED UNOE' SOME lONDITIONS 

MAN IS ROBBED AT CRICKET INN (BOUND, GAGGED) 

TOOL THEFT REPORTED 

2 CHARGED IN ROBBERY 

RESTAURANT ROBBED 

MAN ROBS RESTAURANT 

RESTAURANT ROBBED 

MEN ROB TAXICAB DRIVER 

AR"ED ROBBERY, N.C. 

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

MEBANE MAN ARRESTED IN ARMED ROBBERY 

2 EDEN MEN PLEAD GUILTY IN STDKESDALE BANK HOLDUP 
15-YEAR-OLD SHOT BY CLERK DURING ATTEMPTED HOLDUP 
MAN, 23, PROVES HOPEDALE IS NO PLACE FOR A ROBBERY 
SENTENCE GIVEN IN ROBBERY ^ _, 
N.C. MAN RETURNS MQNEY, IS CHARGED WITH HOLDUPS 
MAN IS HELD UNDER 11 MILLION 3 ONO 

3 MEN CHARGED IN ABC ROBBERY ^,, 
GREENVILLE MAN HELD ON ARMED-ROBBERY CHARGES 
GUNMAN ROBS GROCERY STORE IN HENDERSON 

<, SENTENCED FOR ROBBERY 

ARMORED CAR GUARD SHOT 

GUARD SHOT IN ASHFVILLE 

INMATE LOSES BIO FOR NEW TRIAL 

HENDERSON MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 

CLERK KILLED IN ROBBERY 

CLERK KILLED IN FAYETTEVILLE 

BANDITS' VICTIM SHOOTS UP CAR 

MAN CHARGED IN HOLDUP TRY 

2 SUSPECTS IN ROBBERY ARRESTED 

DURHAM POLICE CAPTURE 2 MEN NEAR HIGHWAY 

MAN NABBED IN CHARLOTTE IS WANTED IN NEW YORK 

MAN ROBS STORE CLERK , ,, ,. ^ 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM TEEN IN 5ANF0RD WOMAN'S SLAYING 

FIRED PRISON EMPLOYEE WINS N.C. COURT RULING 

OFF-DUTY OFFICER KILLS SUSPECT IN ROBBERY 

SLAIN MAN IDENTIFIED 

MAN ROBS STORE IN VANCE 

MANHUNT UNDER WAY 



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S 2 6/09/82 B 


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H 2 6/10/82 B 1 


N B51 




S 2 6/10/92 A 1 


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S 2 6/11/82 C 


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H 2 6/15/12 B 5 


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S 2 6/15/82 6 


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H 2 6/19/92 A 9 


N 




S 2 6/19/92 A 3 


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S 2 6/23/82 C 1 


N 




S 2 6/26/82 A 3 


N 




S 2 6/28/82 C 1 


N 




H 2 6/30/82 A 7 


N 




H 2 7/11/82 A 6 


N 




H 2 7/ <./82 B 1 


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S 2 7/2'./e2 A 3 


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H 2 7/25/82 A 7 


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S 2 7/2S/°2 A 3 


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H 2 7/29/82 B 1 


N 




H 2 7/30/82 a 1 


N 




H 2 8/01/82 C 1 


N 




H 2 8/02/82 a 1 


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S 2 8/02/82 B 5 


N 




S 2 8/02/R2 B 5 


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S 2 8/02/82 C 1 


N 




H 2 3/02/82 A 10 


N 




H 2 8/09/82 A 6 


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H 2 9/09/82 B 12 


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H 2 8/10/82 B 7 


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H 2 3/11/82 A 9 


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S 2 8/11/82 C I 


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H 2 3/12/82 A 7 


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H 2 8/14/82 B 1 


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H 2 8/16/82 B 1 


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H 2 8/17/82 A 2 


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H 2 9/17/82 A 7 


N 




S 2 8/17/82 A 5 


N 




H 2 8/19/82 8 1 


N 




S 2 8/19/B2 A 12 


N 




S 2 8/21/92 A 3 


N 




H 2 8/22/82 A 10 


N 




S 2 8/26/82 A 1 


N 




H 2 8/27/82 A 6 


N 




H 2 3/29/B2 A 3 


N 




H 2 9/10/82 A 9 


N 




H 2 9/12/82 C 3 


N 




H 2 9/13/82 A 9 


N 




S 2 9/13/82 A 3 


N 




H 2 9/20/92 A 9 


N 




H 2 9/21/92 B 1 


N 




S 2 9/21/92 B 1 


N 




H 2 9/26/82 C 5 


N 




S 2 10/16/82 A 3 


N 




H 2 10/17/92 C 1 


N 




H 2 10/29/82 a 4 


N 




H 2 11/01/82 A 9 


N 




S 2 1 /Ol/e2 A 5 


N 




S 2 11/01/82 A 10 


N 




H 2 11/03/82 A 2 


N 




S 2 U/03/82 C 1 


N 




S 2 11/06/92 A 3 


N 




H 2 U/12/82 B 1 


N 




S 2 11/12/82 C 3 


N 




S 2 11/15/92 A 3 


N 




S 2 1 /15/32 C 1 


N 




H 2 11/19/82 C 16 


N 951 




S 2 11/19/92 A l*. 


N 




H 2 1 /19/82 A 10 


N 351 




H 2 11/22/82 A 


N 




H 2 11/22/82 3 1 


N 




S 2 11/22/92 A 3 


N 




S 2 11/22/82 C 1 


N 




S 2 /23/82 B 1 


N 




H 2 11/25/82 A 21 


N 




S 2 11/25/82 A 1 


N 




S 2 11/25/82 C 1 


N 




H 2 11/26/92 A 13 


N 




S 2 11/30/82 C 1 


N 




H 2 12/04/92 C 10 


N 




S 2 12/05/82 C 1 


N 




H 2 12/07/82 A 6 


N 




S 2 12/07/82 A 5 


N 




H 2 12/11/82 a 1 


N 




S 2 12/13/92 A 4 


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H 2 12/21/82 a 1 


N 




S 2 12/21/P2 C 1 


N 




H 2 12/22/92 A 6 


N 




S 2 12/23/92 C 1 


N 




S 2 12/29/92 C 1 


N 




H 2 12/30/92 3 2 


N 




S 2 12/3l/°2 C 1 


N 




H 2 1/05/82 a 12 


N 




H 2 1/07/82 6 2 


N 




H 2 1/14/82 E 4 


N 




H 2 1/19/92 A 1 


N 




H 1 1/23/82 B 1 


N 




H 2 1/27/82 A 12 


N 




H 2 2/06/92 A 5 


N 




H 2 2/06/92 A 5 


N 




S 2 2/16/82 A 2 


N 




H 1 3/10/92 a 1 


N 




H 2 3/17/92 a 14 


N 




S 2 4/05/92 A 1 


N 




H 2 4/06/82 B 9 


N 




S 2 4/06/82 A 2 


N 




H 1 4/16/82 B 1 


N 




5 2 5/04/82 A ? 


N 




H 1 5/05/92 B 1 


N 




H 2 5/06/82 A 8 


N 




H I 5/13/82 B 1 


N 




H 2 6/22/82 B 14 


N 




S 2 6/22/82 A 8 


N 




H 2 7/02/92 A 13 


N 




H 2 7/05/92 A 12 


N 




S 2 7/09/92 A 1 


N U57 




H 2 7/21/82 A 3 


N 




H 2 8/01/92 A 7 


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H 2 9/02/92 A 10 


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H 1 8/05/82 B 1 


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5 2 8/09/82 C 3 


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M0NTHLY/4NNU4L 
1/01/3? 



I N E X 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 3<. 
1/07/83 



TWO SHOT OUI^ING HOLOUP 
MAN DIES PROTECTING -OMAN 

2 CHASEi HOLO BANK ROBBER 

MAN WITH TOY PISTOL EARS TO GET -ON^Y 
TWO CHARLOTTE MEN SLAIN 

uf!!l fCyS!;"' '" WINSTON-SALEM SHOOTINGS 
MAN SHOOTS <., ROBS STORE, POLICE SAY 
SCHOOL CAFETEOIA WORKER HURT IN HOLOUP 
GRANVILLE GROCER MIT, ROBBED 

3 SHOT DURING ROBBERY IN ASHESORO 
POLICE ROLE IN SHOOTINGS UNDE? PROBE 
MAN IN SERIOUS CONDITION 

NO CHARGES SEEN IN HAKE SHOOTING 

MANAGER OF STORE ROBBED 

TWO MEN HOLD UP STORE IN VANCE 

N.C. NEWS IN BRIEF 

REPORTER OF BURGLARY FOUND DEAD 

U.S. JUDGE ABDUCTED 

Sr,^9}'i^''^ FOUND SLAIN AT TWIN CITY RESTAURANT 

ROBPER BEATS STORE OWNER 

AR-ED ROBBERY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO BANK ROBBERIES. U.S. 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, U.S. 

N.C. TRUCK DRIVER ROBBED 

ARMY 

SEE U.S. ARMY 

SEE WEST POINT (U.S. ARMY ACAOE»YI 

AR^Y. RECRUITING 

SEE MILITARY, RECRUITING 

ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS 

JORDAN LAKE BOAT RAMPS READY, WATER IS RISING 

DRAINAGE ISSUE HAS 2 SIDES 

CORPS MAY RECEIVE FUNDS FOR BIGUE INLET CHANNEL 

SOME FISHERMEN LEAVING OREGON INLET '-HANNbL 

PROJECT REVIVES FEUD ON MOSOUITO CONTROL 

HENDERSON TO PAY FOR WATER t-U"! . ^UL 

9'??r^.,9''„l'^5"^E?'<S GENERAL ASSUMES DUTIES in DIVISION 

F LLING OF FALLS LAKE DELAYED UNTIL '83 

LAKE FILLING DELAYED 

CORPS PROCEEDS WITH JETTY PLAMS AT OREGON INLET 

GOVERNMENT TO BUILD JORDAN LAKE FACILITIES 

"RPS JO BUILO FACILITIES AT JORDAN CakE 

GROUP TRIES TO BLOCK DAM 

CORPS APPROVES RESERVOIR 

CORPS OKS PERMIT FOR NEW RESE'VOIR 

NEW CORPS OFFICIAL NAMED 

U.S. ENGINEERS TO SURVEY OREGON INLET AGAIN TODAY 

A«>'Y RESERVE^OFFICER'S TRAINING CORPS 

SEE U.sT ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS 

ARDUNO-THE-WORLO TRIPS 

SEE ALSO TOURISM, INTERNATIONAL 
FLIERS SALUTE WILEY POST 
EXPLORER WANTS TO CELEBRATE <,0OTH 

ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (PLAYI 

YOUNG ACTOR OLD HAND AT ROOSEVELT ROLE 
•ARSENIC AND OLD LACE* FUNNY FACE 
VENERABLE 'ARSENIC WEARING WELL 
ROOSEVELT HAO HIGH VOICE 

ARSON 

SEE ALSO FIRE INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO FIRE INVESTIGATIONS 

SEE ALSO FIREBO-BS, DURHAM 

OFFICER'S FAMILY HOME WHEN FIREBUG CAME 

ARSON CASE REWARD POSTED 

TAYLOR'S RESIGNATION RECEIVED 

ARSON, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO FIRE INSURANCE 

ARSON SUSPECTED IN HOUSE FIRE 

OFFICER'S FAMILY HO-E WHEN FIREBUG CAME 

DURHAM HARDEE'S TARGET OF ARSDNIST 

2Hf.r,?J"P^'^^ ARRESTED ON ARSQ^I CHARGE AFTER FIRE... IN EAST 

OFFE^sSeLaRD reward FOR INFORMATION ON FIREBUG 

tJi^i GOOD NEIGHBORS DESERVE SUPPORT, THANKS 

ARSON CASE REWARD POSTED 

STATE RAISES REWARD 

^fiti"^? 5USPFCT ARSON IN FIRE ON NINTH ST. 

AUTO CLEANERS FIRE SAID ARSON 

ARSON SUSPECTED IN SUNDAY FIRE 

MAN CHARGED WITH ARSON 

WOMAN ROBBED AT KNIFEPOINT 

MAN SAYS HE IS MINISTER 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH SETTING FIRE 

ARSON CAUSE OF DAMAGE AT RESIDENCE 

TILLEY CHARGED WITH SETTING FIRE 

ARSON SUSPECTED IN APARTMENT =IRE 

ARSON SUSPECTED IN HOUSE FIRE 

ARSON 3EIMG INVESTIGATED 

ARSON PROBED IN AUTO FIRE 

ARSON SUSPECTED 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH BURGLA'Y, ARSON 

3 DURHAM TEE^s CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

ARSON PROBED IN HOUSE FIRE 

OURHA" "AN FOUND SHOT TODAY 

ARSON, N.C. 

MAN CHARGED IN STORE FIRE 

ADDITIONAL BURNING CHARGES ARE FILED 

MAN IS SENTENCED FOR SETTING =IRES 

3 EX-FIREFIGHTERS SENTENCED 

TWO MEN CHARGED IN FIRE 

FORMER MANAGER OF HOTEL CONVICTED 

COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL IN ALAMANCE ARSON CASE 

sfk?rRijyvri^s?^^?D*^'^" «rson,sts' urge' 

LEGISLATOR SAID CHARGED WITH ARSON 

2iSA^5r}^J'rco''VJ '^'iytil-t°°,«lP"T '" '""" BURNINGS 

TAYLOR CLAIMS HE WAS FRAMED 

tSijl^t*'''^'" 5AYS HE WAS FRAMED IN BURNING CASE 

GOOD EXAMPLE TO FOLLOW 

FORECLOSURE PAPERS FILED AGAINST TAYLOR 

LEGISLATOR PLEADS NOT GUILTY 

TAYLOR TRIAL SET AUG. 23 

TAYLOR'S TRIAL IS CONTINUED 

TAYLOR PLEADS GUILTY TO BURNING 



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1 


12/16/82 


u 


1 


N 


? 


12/13/82 


A 


1 s 


N 


? 


12/19/82 


A 


1 4 


N 


2 


12/22/82 


A 


^ 


N 


2 


12/2<./32 


r 


3 


N 


1 


12/31/82 


B 


1 


N 



H 2 12/10/82 A 14 



S 2 


1/03/32 


r 


1 


N 


F30 


S 2 


l/2';/82 


A 


4 


F 




S 2 


2/15/82 


A 


1 






H 2 


3/20/82 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


4/20/82 


P 


12 


N 




H 2 


5/12/82 


A 


8 


N 




H / 


3/19/32 


A 


15 






H 2 


8/19/32 


R 




N 




S 2 


8/19/82 


A 


I 1 


N 




H 2 


3/21/32 


A 


11 


N 




H 1 


3/31/32 


P 


1 M 


N 


H&O 


S 2 


3/31/82 


A 


1 1 


N 




S 2 


9/29/82 


A 


3 


N 


346 


S 2 


11/01/32 


A 


1 


N 


K90 


H 2 


U/02/S2 


B 


1 P 




S5I 


H 2 


12/10/32 


A 


14 


N 




S 2 


12/28/82 


A 


8 


N 





2 5/18/82 e 1 P F H60 
2 12/05/82 A 12 N 



S 2 3/25/82 

S 2 3/25/82 D 

H 2 3/25/82 D 

H 2 4/09/32 A 



871 
371 
W&6 



H 2 


2/06/32 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/26/32 B 


I 


N 


H 2 


9/04/32 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


1/13/82 A 




N 


H 2 


2/06/32 A 




N 


H 2 


2/15/82 A 




N 


H 2 


2/15/82 A 




N 


H 2 


2/13/82 B 




N 


S 2 


2/ 8/82 A 




N 


S 2 


2/19/82 A 




E 


H 2 


3/26/82 B 




N 


S 2 


3/26/32 A 




N 


H 2 


4/11/32 A 




N 


S 2 


4/17/82 A 




N 


H 2 


5/17/82 B 




N 


H 2 


5/24/82 A 




N 


S 2 


5/24/82 C 




N 


H 2 


5/25/32 A 




N 


H 2 


5/22/32 3 




N 


S 2 


6/22/92 A 




N 


S 2 


6/22/32 A 




N 


H 2 


5/2<R/82 A 




N 


H 2 


8/01/82 A 




N 


S 2 


3/09/82 C 




N 


S 2 


9/23/82 B 




N 


S 2 


9/29/82 C 




N 


H 2 


10/13/82 A 




N 


S 2 


10/13/32 A 




N 


S 1 


10/19/82 C 




N 


S 2 


10/30/82 A 


14 


N 


H 1 


1/19/82 S 




N 


H 


1/21/32 B 




N 


H 


1/23/82 B 




N 


H 2 


1/29/82 A 


1 1 


N 


H 2 


1/30/82 A 




N 


H 2 


2/27/82 A 




N 


H 


3/31/82 a 




N 


H 2 


4/09/02 A 




E 


H 2 


5/14/82 C 




N 


S 2 


5/14/32 A 


2 P 


N 


H 2 


5/15/32 A 


1 P 


N 


S 2 


5/17/82 C 




N 


S 2 


5/19/52 A 




N 


H 2 


5/2D/32 C 


12 


N 


S 2 


5/21/32 A 




E 


S 2 


5/24/32 A 




N 


H 2 


7/24/82 A 




N 


H 2 


7/25/82 A 


14 


N 


H 2 


3/24/8J B 




N 


S 2 


8/30/82 A 




N 



MONTHLr/AN 



NUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/92 



WAREHOUSES 
EPLACE.'IENT 
TY PLEA 
ION IN ARSON CASE 

BURNINGS 
■TORCH HAN' 

hent in BURNIN&S 

ED KILLING MAN 

YEARS 
3 YEARS FOR ARSON 
TENCES 



N.C. LEGISLATOR ADMITS BURNINS 
CnMMITTEE TO SELECT TAYLOR'S 3 
VIDEOTAPES PLAYED PART IN GU IL 
WOMAN'S CURIOSITY LED TO SOLUT 
COMMON GOOD IS FIRST 
WATTS ENTERS "LFA OF GUILTY T3 
FORMER GREEN WORKER CALLED HIS 
S^I WILL PROaE GREEN'S INVOLVE 
PROSECUTORS SAY TAYLOR DISCUSS 
TAYLOR SENTENCES WILL TOTAL 23 
FORMER STATF LEGISLATOR GETS ? 
ATTORNEYS MAY SEEK LIGHTER SEM 
TAYLOR SAYS STATE DIDN'T KEEP 
PROSECUTOR: GREEN INVESTIGATE] 
GREEN DENIES ROLE IN ILLEGAL L 
GREEN PROPE MAY GO INTO SPRINj 
PROSECUTOR SAYS GREEN NOT FIRE 
WOMAN RECEIVES AWARD 
GREEN'S ALLIES OFFER HIM PUBLI 
GREEN'S POLITICAL CHANCES 5A n 
GOV. HUNT AVOIDS DIRECT COMMEN 
ARSON SUSPECTED IN BLAZE AT ST 
MAN CHARGED WITH ARSON 
ONE HELD IN ARSON CASE 
ARSON POSSIBLE IN HOUSE FIRE 
HILLSBOROUGH FIRE PROVED 

N.c! MAN CHARGED WITH ARSON 
FRUSTRATION 

ART AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO CHRISTIE'S (LONDON) 

ART SCORES FOR A CAUSE 

ART AUCTION TO BENEFIT DUKE CLASSIC 

AUCTION OF ART RAISES $5,000 

ART AUCTION NETS «5.679 

ART EDUCATION 

DURHAM ARTS FAIR SLATED TONIGHT 

ART EXHIBITIONS. DURHAM 

EXCEPTIONAL EXHIBITIONS MARKeO LOCAL ART IN 



PROMISE ,,,„ 

: L-^AF, ARSON SCHEMES ARE ALLEGED 
EAF SALES 

NEXT YEAR 

PROBE TARGET 

C SUPPORT 

HURT BY ALLEGATIONS 
T ABOUT ALLEGATIONS 
ORE 



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I 



PUPILS' ART EXHIBITED AT NCCU 

VARIETY SPICES ART EXHIBITS 

MATERIAL IS MESSAGE IN PHOTO. FIBER SHOWS 

CHILDREN'S ART EXHIBIT FUN 

FUNNIES FEATURED AT DUKE 

NOSTALGIA, HISTORY MIX IN DUKE FUNNIES SHOW 

MIX OF CENTURIES WORKS IN SCULPTURE EXHIBITION 

PHOTO FINISHES! 

PHOTOGRAPHERS CITE MEMORABLE PICTURES 

CENTRAL EXHIBIT: CLAY. COMPUTERS 

ART SCHOOL SHOWS TAROT CARD W3RKS 

CLAY CREATIONS AT DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 

'PERSPECTIVES' OPENS AT DUKE 

PRESENTATION HURTS NEWS PHOTOGRAPHERS' SHOW 

SYLVIA MANGOLD EXHIBIT OPENS SUNDAY AT DUKE 

N.C. STATS GALLERY CELEBRATES TEXTILE INNOVATOR 

LYRICAL MOOD IN MANGOLD SHOW 

ACKLAND. ARTS COUNCIL S"OWS ARE APPLAUDED 

ROBERT BARNARD WORK SHOWN AT THE GALLERY 

APT GUILD OPENS PRISONERS' SHOW 

PRISONERS SHOW TALENT . „ 

TWO ARTS COUNCIL EXHIBITS ENHANCE ROLE OF BUILDING 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

ACKLAND DRAWINGS EXHIBITED 

GALLERY OPENS AT BRIGHTLEAF 

CnRRECT ION 

NCJ TRIANGLE GALLERIES SHOWING NEW ART IDEAS 

PROFESSIONALISM SHOWS IN BRYAN CENTER EXHIBIT 

BANK COLLECTION OPENS AT DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 

ARTIST GIVES VIEW OF ATOM 

NEW MUSEUM DIRECTOR MAKES PLANS 

HER WORK IS PRETTY BUT UNREAL 

HOTFL DISPLAYS JAN GREGG POTS 

CHAPEL HILL PAINTINGS HAVE EX^IBIT AT DUKE 

NCCU CEREMONY TO HONOR ART G 1= T 

EXHIBIT OPENS 

SHOW DEPICTS BLACK IMAGE 

MAYAN 'MONA' IN SHOW 

ANCIENT MAYAN VASES ON EXHIBIT 

EOITH LONDON. AT BO. PAINTING BETTER THAN EVER 

BLACK IMAGES RAISE CIUESTIONS 

NCCU OPENS PALLAOIO SHOW 

MAGIC FOUND IN GUILD SHOW 

GUILD TO SCREEN NEW WHRK 

ARTIST'S TECHNIQUE FINE. BUT IDEAS REMAIN TIMID 

ART EXHIBITIONS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ARTISTS. N.C. , „, ,. .„, 

EXCEPTIONAL EXHIBITIONS MARKED LOCAL ART IN '81 
SCULPTOR'S EXHIBITION OPENING AT MOREHEAD 
THREE EXHIBITS SHOW CHILDREN'S ART 
CARRB^RO PHOTOGRAPHERS LEARN = ROM MINI-SHOW 
AMERICAN ART OF THE ' 30S 
ORIENTAL ART EXHIBITED 
PUPILS' ART EXHIBITED AT NCCU 
GALLERY HOLDS 'NIGHT WITH THE BOYS' 
CRAFTSMEN'S EXHIBITION LIKE HOLIDAY LEFTOVERS 
NEW IMAGES IN CALIFORNIA CLAY 

GUILD SHOW OPENS TODAY IN CHAPEL HILL ,, , . „ 

FOUR-ARTIST EXHIBIT BENEFITS UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND 
3 ARTISTS' WORKS TO GO ON DIS'LAY 
EXHIBIT EXPLORES MYSTERY MAN 

GALLERY FEATURES 9 BLACK ARTISTS ^,„. 

MIX OF CENTURIES WORKS IN SCULPTURE EXHIBITION 
ACKLAND SHOWS MAJOR EXHIBIT ON RAIMONDI 
JURIED ART EXHIBITION SET 
EXHIBIT PROMPTS MYSTICAL MUSINGS 
MANY MEANINGS FOUND IN PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT 
•PIECES' OPENS IN CARRBORO 
BETTY BELL PAINTINGS 'EMPHATi:' 

WILSON SHOW FEATURES TRIANGLE POTTERY. COLLAGES 
ACKLANO. ARTS COUNCIL SHOWS ARE APPLAUDED 
ROBERT BARNARD WORK SHOWN AT THE GALLERY 
HATS. BOTTLES. CALLING CARDS IN CCLLECTI8LE SHOW 
TWIN SHOWS EXAMINE RITUAL 
RANGE OF FEELING IN PMNTER SHOWS 
SOMERHILL RECEPTION HONORS NANCY TUTTLE MAY 
ROBERT ROGGE STUDENTS EXHIBIT WORK AT GALLERY 
'SPECTRUM' ACCEPTS ENTRIES 
WEAVINGS DEPICT MOUNTAIN SCENES 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
12 DURHAM ARTISTS IN MILLER PLUS 9D' 



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3/31/82 


A 


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p 


N 




S 2 


8/31/92 


A 


2 




N 




H 2 


■5/03/82 


C 


5 




N 




S 2 


9/08/82 


C 


13 





N 




S 2 


9/20/92 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


10/26/82 


A 


10 


p 


N 




H 2 


10/27/82 


B 


5 




N 




S 2 


10/27/82 


C 


15 




N 




H 2 


10/29/82 


C 


7 




N 




S 2 


10/28/92 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


10/29/92 


A 




P 


N 




S 2 


11/10/92 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


U/11/82 


C 


I 




N 




H 2 


11/20/B2 


A 






N 




H 2 


11/21/92 


A 






N 




H 2 


11/22/82 


A 


I 




N 




H 2 


1 /2<./82 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


l/2'./82 


B 


5 




N 




S 2 


/2<./92 


C 


2 




N 




H 2 


1/25/92 


A 


6 




N 




H 2 


1/25/82 


A 


6 




N 




H 1 


2/01/82 


B 


1 




N 




H 1 


12/0<,/92 


C 


1 




N 




S 2 


12/04/92 


A 


12 




N 




S 2 


12/21/92 


A 


10 




N 




H 2 


12/22/82 


A 


1 I 




N 




H 2 


a/0<./82 


B 


12 




N 




H 2 


12/13/92 


A 


4 




E 





S 2 5/20/82 D 1 P N 871 

H 2 5/21/B2 8 N 

H 2 10/01/82 D 11 P N 

S 2 lD/01/82 A 13 N 



H 2 5/27/82 A 15 



H 2 


1/01/82 D 


5 P 


R G66 


H 2 


1/15/82 D 


11 P 


U G6B 


S 2 


1/21/82 D 


2 P 


R B71 


H 2 


1/22/32 D 


9 


U G68 


S 2 


2/11/82 D 


4 P 


R 971 


H 2 


2/19/82 


10 


N 


H 2 


3/05/62 D 


8 


U W66 


H 2 


3/05/82 D 


9 


U G68 


S 2 


3/11/92 D 


1 P 


N 


S 2 


3/ 1/82 D 


2 P 


F 981 


H 2 


3/12/82 D 


9 P 


R G68 


H 2 


3/12/92 


11 P 


N 


S 2 


3/18/82 D 


1 P 


F B71 


H 2 


3/ 9/82 


9 


N 


H 2 


3/26/82 D 


9 


U G63 


H 2 


3/26/82 D 


11 


N 


H 2 


4/09/82 C 


5 


N 


H 2 


4/09/82 D 


9 


R G6 9 


H 2 


4/23/82 D 


8 


R G68 


H 2 


4/23/62 D 


10 


N 


H 2 


4/30/82 


10 


N 


S 2 


5/13/82 


6 P 


R 371 


H 2 


5/28/82 D 


11 


U G6 8 


H 2 


6/18/82 D 


6 P 


N 


H 2 


6/18/82 


12 


N 


H 2 


7/16/82 D 


8 


N 


H 2 


7/17/62 A 


14 


N 


H 2 


9/13/82 D 


11 


U G6 3 


H 2 


9/03/82 D 


10 


U G63 


H 2 


9/03/82 


1 1 


N 


S 2 


9/07/82 A 


3 


N M23 


S 2 


9/09/92 D 


3 P 


F A15 


H 2 


9/10/82 D 


10 


R G68 


H 2 


9/17/82 D 


9 


N 


H 2 


9/24/82 D 


10 


N 


H 2 


10/01/92 D 


11 


N 


S 2 


10/05/82 A 


3 P 


P R91 


H 2 


10/15/82 


10 


N 


H 2 


10/15/92 D 


1 I 


U GS3 


S 2 


10/21/32 


3 P 


F A15 


H 2 


10/29/92 


1 1 


R G63 


H 2 


11/05/92 


11 P 


U G63 


H 2 


11/05/92 D 


1 1 


N 


H 2 


12/10/92 D 


10 


R G6 3 


H 2 


12/24/92 D 


9 


I 


H 2 


12/24/82 D 


10 P 


R G68 


H 2 


1/0 /82 


6 P 


R G68 


H 2 


1/01/82 D 


8 P 


R 


H 2 


1/08/82 D 


6 


N 


H 2 


1/08/92 D 


9 P 


U G&9 


S 2 


1/14/92 


2 P 


F B71 


H 2 


1/15/92 D 


6 P 


I 


H 2 


1/15/82 D 


11 P 


U 066 


H 2 


1/22/92 


6 


N 


H 2 


1/29/82 D 


10 P 


U G69 


H 2 


2/05/82 D 


9 P 


U G69 


H 2 


2/07/82 E 


13 


N 


H 2 


2/12/92 D 


4 


N 


H I 


2/13/82 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/19/82 D 


10 


U G69 


H 2 


2/26/82 D 


11 P 


N G69 


H 2 


3/05/92 


9 


U G68 


S 2 


3/11/92 


11 P 


N A15 


H 2 


3/19/92 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


3/19/92 


5 


R G68 


H 2 


4/02/82 D 


10 


U G6B 


H 2 


4/02/92 D 


10 


N 


H 2 


4/16/92 


a o 


U G68 


H 2 


4/16/92 D 


11 


N 


H 2 


4/23/'>2 D 


9 


R G6 9 


H 2 


4/23/62 


10 


N 


H 2 


4/30/82 


10 


R G68 


H 2 


5/07/62 D 


10 


N 


H 2 


5/14/82 D 


9 P 


R G6e 


H 2 


5/14/92 D 


10 


N 


H 2 


5/21/92 D 


10 


N 


H 2 


5/28/32 


10 


N 


H 2 


5/28/82 D 


12 


N 


H 2 


6/04/92 


6 P 


N 


H 2 


O/04/82 D 


11 


N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 



S U B J E 



YOUNG ARTIST lATuRE IN CENTER/ 
TRIANGLE HATERCOLORS WIN FOUR 
ACKLANO DRAWINGS EXHISITEO 
PROBLEMS AOO INTEREST TO ORAHI 
Anp PCSTERS ON EXHIBIT 
■SPIRAL' STEALS SHOW AT SECCA 
F!STIVAL POSTERS ON DISPLAY 
•PERfORHANCE ART- SHOW WORKS- 
CENTER /GALLERY WORKS SHOWN AT 
AFRICAN KINGS PAINTINGS SHOWN 
•60S ^^OVEHENT SHOWN IN NCCU P-l 
DAVIS PAINTING STAR OF FINE RE 
SECCA OPENS FOUR EXHIBITS 
SCULPTOR'S. KIDS' ART IN NEW S 
ART BY ELIZABETH LYON FEATUREJ 
ACKLANO FEATURES PHOTOGRAPHS 
•WORK PATTERNS' AT ART SCHOOL 
VARIETY OF EXHIBITS PLANNED AT 
CONSIDER KANDINSKY 
FINGER-PAINTING NOT JUST PLAY^: 
MARON AND TRAPP EXHIBITS SHOW 
GLASS SHOW MARKS ANNIVERSARY 
KANDINSKY EXHIBIT DETAILS PlCi 
SOHERMRL EXHIBIT IS FIRST FOR 
WAKE WILDLIFE CLUB PLANS ART 5 
JURIED EXHIBIT SETS DEADLINE 
PHOTO APT EXHIBITS FRESH IDEAS 
ACKLANO OPENS FACULTY SHOW 
IN THE SPnTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S 
WORKS WILL BE DISPLAYED 
ARTISTS' WORKS ARE ON EXHIBIT 
SALT2MAN"S WALKOUT CLOUDS UNC 
WELTY'S PHOTOGRAPHS EXHIBITED 
•ODD COUPLING' WORKS FOP WILLI 
A MIX OF MOODS FOUND AT CHAPEL 
CATHEDRAL PHOTOGRAPHS STAR IN 
WELTY APPROVES OF EXHIBIT 
WATERCOLOP-ACRYLIC EXHIBITION 
ART HAD FINE MOMENTS. OISAPPQI 
VERNON PRATT WORK EXHIBITED AT 



GALLERY EXHIBITION 
STATE PRIZES 



NGS EXHIBITION 



AT LEAST ONCE 

MOREHEAO 

FOR BIMBE FAIR 

OTO EXHIBIT 

YNOLDA COLLECTION 

MOWS 
IN EXHIBITION 



UL 

ARTISTS' GROWTH 

EER'S CAREER AS PAINTER 

ARTIST 
XHIBITION 



HIGHL tGHTS 



FACULTY SHOM 
AT ACKLAND 
AMS EXHIBITION 
HILL EXHIBITS 
ACKLAND EXHIBIT 

AT HOTEL 
NTMENTS IN '8Z 
DUKE 



ART EXHIBITIONS, U.S. 

NEW IMAGES IN CALIFORNIA CLAY 

KANDINSKY EXHIBIT REVEALS ROOTS OF ABSTRACT ART 
WASHINGTON SHOW EXAMINES WORLD CELEBRATIONS 
•DE STIJL': ADVANCED FORMS FROM PAST 
NETHERLANDS' 'GOLDEN AGE' IN EXHIBITION 
THOMAS EAKINS EXHIBIT LAYS OUFSTIONS TO REST 
INSTRUCTOR AT ART GUILD GETS WATERCOLOR PRIZE 
MILTON AVERY PAINTINGS: ELOQUENCE IN SIMPLICITY 

ART SCHOOL GALLERY 

SEE CARPBORO ART SCHOOL 

ARTHR ITIS 

ARTHRITIS SUFFERER OFFERS HER TIPS ON HOHEMAKING 

ARTHRITIS GROUP: COLUMN IS UN=AIR 

ARTHRITIS THE NEXT TOPIC FOR 'HEALTH NIGHT OUT" 

FaL«S AROUND HERE: WITH THE MEDICAL SET 

DRUGS EASE ARTHRITIS PAIN 

UNC IS SELECTED FOR ARTHRITIS CENTER 

UNC WILL RECEIVE ARTHRITIS FAZILITY 

ATTACK ON ARTHRITIS 

BOLIVIAN ANTS' STING MAY HELP TREAT ARTHRITIS SYMPTOMS 

SWIMMING IS PART OF ARTHRITIS THERAPY 

ARTHUR YOUNG AND CO. 

TWO COMPANIES BID ON AUDIT OF TOWN, HOUSING AUTHORITY 

ARTICHOKES 

APHRODISIAC OR VEGETABLE 

ARTIFICIAL BLOOD 

ARTIFICIAL BLOOD: 



SETTER Than THE REAL THING? 



ARTIFICIAL HEARTS 

TINMAN WAITING AT ARTIFICIAL HEART CLINIC (CARTOONl 
SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS TOWARD LINGER LIVING 
CLARK A LIVING MIRACLE 

ARTIFICIAL HIP JOINTS 

ARTIFICIAL JOINTS CAN EASE PAIN 

ARTIFICIAL REEF 

TWO DILAPIDATED BARGES ARE SU^tK AT ARTIFICIAL REEF 

ARTIFICIAL SEAWEED 
SEE SEAWEED 

ARTISANS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ARTISANS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. UNION CRAFT CENTER 

SEE ALSO POTTERS 

SEE ALSO WEAVERS 

CLAY CREATIONS AT DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 

ARTISANS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ARTISANS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO POTTERS 

MOUNTAIN SCHOOL A MECCA FOR ARTISTS 

ARTISTS, BLACK 

CELEBRATE BLACK CULTURE DURING -BLACK HISTORY MONTH 
GALLERY FEATURES 1 BLACK ARTISTS 

ARTISTS, DURHAM 

DURHAM ARTISTS IN 'TOP 40 • 

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS AN ENTERPRISING YOUNG MAN 

MELISSA ALLEN: WINDOW PAINTER 

ARTISTS, N.C. 

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

BOS TIMBERLAKE DONATES FIVE PMNTS TO SCHOOL 

3 ARTISTS^ WORKS TO GO ON DISPLAY 

INDIAN ARTIST LIVES IN N.C. 

FOLKS APOUND HERE: LIFE IN DU' HAM 

WELCOME CENTER: HELLO WITH STYLE 

ARTISTS, U.S. 

MASKED MAN IS COMING 

WAY WILL BE BUSY 

NEW YORK PAINTER TO DISCUSS hf R ART 

COMMUNICATE YOUR ART, CONSULTANT TELLS ARTISTS 

ARTS, DURHAM 



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H 2 


6/11/S2 





10 




N 






H 2 


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12 




N 






H 2 


6/25/82 





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S 2 


7/01/32 





8 




N 






H 2 


7/02/82 


a 


8 


P 


R 


G68 




H 2 


7/J2/"2 


a 


8 




N 






H 2 


7/09/82 





8 




U 


G6B 




H 2 


7/09/82 





9 




N 






H 2 


7/23/82 





9 




N 






H 2 


7/30/82 


D 


11 


P 


N 






H 2 


6/06/82 





8 


p 


U 


G68 




H 2 


a/06/82 





9 




N 






H 2 


3/13/82 


D 


8 




N 






H 2 


3/20/82 


D 


ID 




N 






H 2 


8/27/32 


D 


9 




U 


G68 




H 2 


8/27/82 





9 




N 






S 2 


9/09/82 





5 


p 


N 






S 2 


9/23/82 


D 


3 


p 


f 


A15 




H 2 


9/24/82 





10 




U 


G66 




H 2 


10/01/82 





10 




u 


368 




H 2 


10/08/82 


D 


9 





N 






H 2 


10/08/82 





10 





R 


G68 




H 2 


10/08/82 


D 


12 


p 


N 






H 2 


10/10/82 


B 


11 




N 






H 2 


10/22/82 


D 


3 




N 






H 2 


10/22/82 


D 


10 


p 


U 


G68 




H 2 


10/22/82 


D 


10 




N 






H 2 


10/29/82 


D 


6 


p 


N 






H 1 


11/05/82 


B 


I 




N 






H I 


11/09/82 


a 


1 




N 






H 2 


U/12/82 





12 




U 


G68 




S 2 


11/25/82 


D 


4 




N 






H 2 


11/26/82 


D 


9 







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H 2 


12/03/82 


D 


1 1 


p 


R 


G68 




H 2 


12/03/62 


D 


10 


p 


N 






S 2 


12/09/82 


D 


3 


p 


R 


B71 




H 2 


12/10/82 


D 


9 




N 






H 2 


12/31/82 


D 


7 


p 


U 


G6a 




H 2 


12/31/32 


D 


8 


p 


N 






H 2 


2/05/82 


D 


a 


p 


U 


G63 




H 2 


2/12/82 


D 


9 




U 


G68 




H 2 


6/04/82 





9 


p 


R 


G68 




H 2 


6/18/82 


D 


8 




U 


G68 




H 2 


7/16/82 


D 


9 


p 


R 


G6? 




H 2 


7/30/62 


D 


10 




U 


G6B 




H 2 


8/13/82 


D 


9 


p 


N 






H 2 


11/19/82 





9 




U 


G6a 





S 


? 


1/16/82 


A 


S 


U 


s 


/ 


2/09/82 


A 


4 


1 


H 


2 


4/30/82 


( 


7 


N 


H 


2 


5/06/82 


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1 


1 U 


S 


2 


5/12/82 


A 


1 n 


U 


H 


2 


6/28/82 


r 


1 


N 


S 


2 


6/23/82 


A 


1 < 


N 


H 


2 


6/30/82 


A 


4 


F 


S 


2 


8/25/82 


H 


s 


II 


s 


2 


12/02/82 


A 


1 1 


N 



H 2 9/15/82 A 12 N W36 
S 2 5/19/82 C 1 ■> F A15 
H 2 12/17/82 A 17 N 



H 2 12/05/82 D 4 T T R56 
H 2 12/08/82 A 4 E 
S 2 12/29/82 A 4 E 



S 2 3/04/82 C 7 U 
H 2 5/08/82 B 3 N 



S 2 3/18/82 1 P F 971 



H 2 9/12/82 A 7 P F 



S 2 
H 2 



2/04/B2 D 1 P F 371 
2/26/82 11 P N G68 



S 2 4/29/82 D 6 
S 2 11/13/82 1 
H 2 12/17/32 D 1 



A15 
W66 



H 2 1/22/32 C 5 N L30 

H 1 2/13/82 B 1 N 

S 2 4/20/82 C 3 R F 

H ? 9/18/''2 B 1 U 

H 2 10/10/92 8 P N 



S 2 2/18/82 D 3 

S 2 2/ia/»2 D 3 

H 2 3/28/82 A 9 

H 2 4/30/82 D 9 






MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



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1/07/83 



SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. INSTITIUIE FOR THE ARTS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C.t ARTS COMPLEX PROPOSAL 
SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO REVIEWS, THEATER , ^ ,^^ 

TRIANGLE TREATS: SOMETHING F05 EVERY TASTE 

DUKE INSTITUTE SEEKS EFFICIENCY IN ARTS 

ARTS DIRECTOR SAYS DURHAM NO LONGER 'TOBACCO TOWN' 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

FIVE DURHAM, ORANGE FIRMS NOMINATED FOR ARTS AUAROS 
CRAFTSMEN'S GROUP SEEKS NEW M3 RK 5 ,,^,, 
CENTER, ARTS PARTNERSHIP KEY TO SUCCESS 
DOWNTOWN ARTS COMPLEX PROPOSED FOR DURHAM 
^^SmITTEE UNVEILS PROPOSAL FOR CITY ARTS COMPLEX 
ARTS FAIR 

tSiInGlI'plIyBILL '82 - '83: YOUR GUIDE TO THE TRIANGLE 

QUALITY SHOWS COMING TO TOWN 

PICTURE BRIGHT FOR ART ACTIVITIES 

ARTICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLESARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

DOWNTOWN ARTS MAY GET BOOST 

A0TICLESARTICLE5ARTICLES. . . 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS EXPERIENCE 

SFE ALSO BUSINESSFS, N.C.. ARTS SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO CULTURE WEEK IN N.C. ^, , 

SEE ALSO EXECUTIVE MANSION FINE ARTS COMMITTEE „,^^ 

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

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S MANSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO VISITING ARTIST PROGRAM 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

N.C. CALENDAR NOT JUST SNOW 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

ARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

N.C. EVENTS: HOMES, RACE, HISTORY 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

ARTICLESARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

MARCH EVENTS IN TAR HEEL STATE 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

ARTICLESARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

ARTICLESARTICLESARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

CENTER SEEKS EXHIBITS FOR OUTDOOR ARTS SHOW 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

ARTICLESARTICLESARTICLES 

MIMES GATHER IN WEST VIRGINIA FESTIVAL 

1983 ARTS CENTER OPENING WILL BRING OUT THE STARS 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

ARTICLESARTICLESARTICLES... 

ARTICLESARTICLESARTICLES... 

AOTICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLES... 

CIVIC COMPLEX WOULD BOOST ARTS 

ARTICLESARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

ARTICLESARTICLESARTICLES... 

AUDITIONS SET FOR ARTS FESTIVAL 

ARTICLESARTICLES... 

ARTICLESARTICLESARTICLES... 

ARTICLESARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

ARTICLESARTICLESARTICLES 

ARTICLESARTICLES. . . 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

CULTURE WEEK 

NEW DINNER THEATER HOLDING AUDITIONS 

ARTICLESARTICLES... 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

GREGORY PECK TO HOST GALA OPENING 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES... 

GIFTS TO "USEUM S^AN MANY AGES 

ARTICLESARTICLES... 

ARTS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART 

ANDREWS: 'A LOT OF HEALTHY ART GOING ON' 

ARTS FESTIVALS 

SEE ALSO DOWNTOWN SUNDAY (DURHAM ARTS FESTIVAL) 
SEE ALSO DURHAM WOMAN'S CLUB ARTS FESTIVAL 
SFE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 

SCHOOL TO HOLD ARTS FESTIVAL 

DOWNTOWN SUNDAY TO BE REMINDER TO CITIZENS 

DOWNTOWN ART FESTIVAL TO FIT CENTER BOUNDARY 

DURHAM jRTS FAIR SLATED TONIGHT 

■SPECIAL' ARTS FESTIVAL PLANNED 

ARTS 'ROUND THE SaUARE 

SEE ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS EXPERIENCE 

ARTSCHOOL 

SEE CARRBORO ART SCHOOL 

AS TIME GOES BY (PLAY) 

'TIME GOES BY' TOO SLOWLY 

DINNER THEATER REVUE TOO MUCH. TOO LONG 

ASBESTOS 

SEE ALSO INSULATION 

MISTRIAL DECLARED IN ASBESTOS SUIT 

ASBESTOS CASES MAY RISE IN H.Z. 

SETTLEMENT MADE IN ASBESTOS SJIT 

SETTLEMENT "aDE IN ASBESTOS SUIT 

ASBESTOS CASES RAISE KNOTTY LIABILITY ISSUES 

NEW TEST COULD FIGURE IN ASBESTOS-RELATED SUITS 

DUKE SCIENTISTS DEVELOP TECHNIOUE FOR ASBESTOS 

CELLS' FIBER FEAST MAY SCAR LJNGS 

FUMES POSE THREAT IN TARBORO BLAZE 

NO CONTAMINANTS FOUND IN WATE' 

ASBURY METHODIST CHURCH 

■DAY APART' SCHEDULED AT CHURt H ON SATURDAY 
DURHAM CHURCHES TRY TO KEEP MEMBERS 

ASBURY TEMPLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (LAwSON ST. I 
HOLIDAY SERVICE SET 

ASH WEDNESDAY 



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H 


7 


1/2A/82 


A 


1 


p 


F 


W66 


s 


7 


1/28/82 


P 


1 2 






Alb 


s 


? 


2/25/82 


II 


1 7 




N 


A15 


H 


7 


3/06/82 


(. 


1 




N 


W66 


H 


/ 


3/l<./82 


n 


»> 




N 




S 


7 


5/17/82 


(. 


1 




N 


96 1 


s 


7 


5/18/92 


A 


1 




N 


S83 


H 


7 


5/1R/82 


A 


1 








s 


? 


5/29/82 


A 


? 


p 


P 


T37 


s 


■» 


8/12/92 


1) 


9 




N 


A15 


s 


7 


9/02/82 


II 


1 




N 








9/02/82 





/ 


D 


N 


sn 


s 


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9/09/82 


1) 


7 





I 




s 


7 


9/09/92 


1) 


^ 




N 


A15 


s 


7 


9/16/82 


1) 


8 




N 


Al-. 


s 


/ 


9/22/82 


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K9U 


s 


7 


9/30/82 


1) 


1 1 


P 


N 


A15 


s 


2 


10/07/82 


U 


I J 




U 


A15 



s 




1/07/82 


D 


11 


N 


A15 


s 




1/14/82 





11 


N 


A15 


H 




1/15/82 


D 


12 


N 




s 




1/28/82 


D 


12 


N 


A15 


s 




2/11/82 


D 


14 


N 


A15 


s 




2/13/82 





12 


P N 


A15 


H 




2/19/82 


D 


U 


N 




s 




2/25/82 


D 


12 


n 


A15 






3/11/82 


D 


13 


N 


A15 


s 




3/11/92 


D 


15 


N 




s 




3/18/82 


D 


9 


N 


A 5 


s 




3/25/82 





5 


N 


A 5 


s 




<./01/82 





4 


N 


A15 


s 




4/08/82 


D 


9 


N 


A15 


s 




',/15/82 





5 


N 


A 5 


H 




<>/l6/82 





12 


N 




s 




4/22/82 


D 


12 


N 


A15 


s 




4/29/82 


D 


8 


N 


A15 


H 




5/07/82 





5 


N 




H 




5/09/82 


A 


7 


N 




s 




5/20/82 


D 


10 


N 


A15 


s 




5/27/82 


D 


u 


N 


A15 


s 




6/10/82 


D 


8 


P N 


A15 


s 




6/17/82 


D 


8 


N 


Al! 


s 




6/24/92 


D 


11 


I 


A15 


H 




6/27/82 


D 


6 


L 




s 




7/08/82 


D 


12 


N 


A15 


s 




7/22/92 





9 


N 


A15 


H 




7/23/82 


D 


3 


N 




s 




7/29/82 





4 


N 


A15 


s 




3/05/92 





4 


N 


A15 


s 




8/19/82 





4 


N 


A15 


s 




9/19/82 


D 


10 


N 


A15 


s 




9/26/92 


D 


9 


N 




s 




1 /04/82 





11 


N 


A15 


H 




/15/92 


A 


4 


E 




s 




1/19/82 


D 


8 


N 


A15 


s 




1/25/82 





15 


N 


A15 


s 




2/02/82 





9 


N 


A15 


s 




12/09/82 





8 


N 


A15 


s 




12/16/82 


D 


12 


N 


A15 


s 


2 


2/23/82 


D 


11 


N 


415 


H 


2 


12/24/82 


D 


7 


P N 




s 


2 


12/30/82 





8 


N 


A15 



H 2 11/12/92 D 7 P F W66 



H 1 3/24/82 B 


1 


N 




S 2 5/17/82 C 


1 


N 


H6 1 


H 2 5/21/82 D 


H 


N 




H 2 5/27/82 A 


1 8 


N 




S 2 10/21/82 D 


7 


N 





S 2 

H 2 



6/03/82 D 11 R N25 
6/04/82 D 10 U H45 



3/10/82 

3/15/82 

4/16/82 

7/14/82 

9/03/82 

10/12/82 

10/12/82 

11/21/82 

12/29/92 

12/31/82 



S 2 11/03/82 A 6 N 

S 2 11/13/82 A 3 N F30 



S 2 11/22/82 A 



HONTHLY/JNNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/B2 



THE BEGINNING OF LENT 

ISHB^OCK HIGH SC"OOL SPO'«TS. F00T3*LL IG4ST0NIA, N.C.I 
ASH"1RO0K DENTS VANCE OEFENSEi 23-12 
NO (AO I VANCE 

AS"E COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEOT. 

ROGUIN": ASHE SHERIFF AIMS TO ENO IT 

SSHEBORO. N.C. 

SPACE INVADERS LAND A'-ONG RESIDENTS Of NURSING HOME 
BY DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT. THE TlO FLAGS WERE NOT THERE 

ASHEBO'O POLICE DE»AOT"ENT 

POLICE ROLE IN SHOOTING? UNDf PROSE 
SBI TO PROBE 5 SHOOTINGS IN ASHEBORO 

ASHEVILLE. N.C. 

TICKETED OFFICIAL THREATENS rj AX CONVENTION PLANS 

OFFICIAL ><ISSES HARK 

REPPIVANO GIVEN OVER TICKET CASE 

FOUR INJURED IN EXPLOSION. F IR £ IN ASHEVILLE WAREHOUSE 

GAS PRICE WAR FLARES IN ASHEVILLE 

ASHEVILLE BUILDING TO BE RESTIRSD 

STUMPING: DID TIP O'NEILL MEL» OR HURT? 

FIREMAN'S BODY FOUND 

SCALI«A-PUS GETS ATTENTION 

TOOTHPICKS BANNED FRO" STORE 

ASHEVILLE CONTRAST: WOLFE'S BOARDING HOUSE. BILTMORE ESTATE 

ASHEVILLE POLICE SHOOT BEAR 

ASHEVILLE POSTMASTER DELAYS DANGEROUS-DOG WARNING PLAN 

ASHEVILLE CITY SCHOOLS 

SCHOOLS. INDUSTRY CAN BE PARTNERS 

AS"LANO-WARREN. INC. 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 2 PAVING FIRMS ON BID-RIGGING IN N.C. 

5 STATES ADDED IN BID-RIGGING PROBES 

HEARING SLATED ON SETTLEMENT IN BID-RIG CASE 

ATLANTA FIRM TO PAY ib MILLION FINE FOR RIGGING BIDS 

ASPHALT 

SEE ALSO STREETS. DURHAM 

LiaUIO ASPHALT SPILLED INTO C= EEK 
SPILL NOT AS "AD AS FEARED 

ASPIRIN 

SEE ALS" DRUGS 

SEE ALSO PAI-i RELIEVERS 

RESEARCHERS: ALL ASPIRIN IS THE SAME 

RESEARCHERS FIND NEW USES FOR OLD DRUGS 

THE FACTS UNCLEAR IN ASPIRIN DISPUTE 

ASSASSINATIONS 

MIND OF AN ASSASSIN (CARTOONl 

MEDIA OVERSIMPLIFY PROBLEMS 0= CRIME 

LEBANESE officer: 'TERRIBLE FDR THE COUNTRY' 

LEBANON ENDURSS YET MORE ANGUISH 

TAR HEEL WAS IN EGYPT DAY SADAT KILLED 

ASSAULTS. CHAPEL HILL 

MAN HIT wITH aASE°ALL BAT DIES 

CHAPEL HILL MAN DIES AFTER ASSAULT 

MURDER HEARING JUNE 2* 

TWO MEN CHARGED IN CHAPEL HILL ASSAULT, ROBBERY 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH GRAO ACOUITTFD IN MAN'S DEATH 

JURY FI^os Chapel hill youth not Guilty in death of nunn 

UNC PLAYERS FACE CHARGES 

UNC FOOTBALL PLAYERS CHARGED IN INJURY SUIT 

3 HURT !N ARGUMENT ABOUT PARKING SPACE 

MAN FACES 2 ASSAULT CHARGES 

MAN FACES 2 CHARGES OF ASSAUC 

POLICEMAN'S TRIAL STARTS; ACCJSEO OF ASSAULT 

STATE E'lDS CASE IN HAZEL TRIAL 

BLINDING ASSAULT CASE PONDERED 

JURY ACCUITS CARRBORO POLICEMAN 

ASSAULTS. "URHAM 

SEE ALSO SELF-OEFENSE 
SEE ALS? SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

MAN HELD AFTE» FIGHT wI''H OEPJ 
MAN WAITING FOR BUS CUT BY ATT 
'A SENSELESS THING': ELDERLY > 
MAN ATTACKED. RIBBED ON STREET 
MAN AND HIS MOTHER RO=BED AT F 
M^N ROB. KIDNAP WOMAN 
DUKE ASKS STUDENT SUPPORT FOR 
ROBBINS FACES MORE CHARGES 
MAN ATTACKS'^ 

MAN IS "UGOED WITH SLOCK 
DURHAM PSD HURT IN SCUFFLE 
MAN ATTACKS WOMAN IN CAR 
THIEVES GET GOLF CL'JoS 
WOMAN CHARGED IN STABBING 
PROBATION REVOKED IN ASSAULT C 
DURHAM JUDGE ORDERS MAN OFF PR 
JAIL MATRON IS CHARGED WITH AS 

WOMAN ENTERS Guilty plea in as 

WOMAN GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE 
TEEN-AGER BEATEN, ROBBED 
POLICE PROBE ASSAULT 
STUDENT GETS PRISON lER- 
MAN SENTENCED IN ASSAULTS 
DURHAM WOMAN BEATEN AT HER BR:; 
NONE ARRESTED IN GRAVE ASSAULT 
ROBSERY INVESTIGATED 
CEMETERY ATTACKS A DISGRACE 
CITY CONSIDERING PATROLS TO HA 
94-YEAR-OLO HIT. RCBbEO ALONG 
B^t-YEAR-OLD MAN HIT, ROBBED 

DURHAM YOUTH Charged with ass> 

LEGALLY BLIND MAN IS ABOuCTED. 
MAN TAKEN TO WOODS, BFaTEN. B3 
DURHA" OFFICER, SUSPECT INJURE 
POLICF ARREST 2 SUSPECTS IN KI 
MAN BEATEN 'lEAR CLU9 
DURHAM "AN BEATEN IN ROBBERY 4 
FIGHT, SHOTS DRAM CROWD ON RO' 
FIGHT LEADS TO ARRESTS 
MAN IS FOUND. TREATED FOR CUTS 
WOMAN RECEIVES 2',-INCH CUT 
TWO CHARGED IN FJCHT NEAR SCKO 
WICKER THIEVES HIT DURHAM APAR 
WOMAN STRUCK t^Y INTRUDER 
89-VEAR-OLO MAN ATTACKED AND R 
MAN ROBBED ON MORNING GLORY 



S U B J E C 



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ACKER 

AIR BEATEN. ROBBED OF t7 

Ew Gardens 

HALTING ASSAULTS 



ASE 

05ATIDN 

SAJLT 

SAULT ON POLICE OFFICER 

IN INJURY OF DURHAM POLICEMAN 



THER'S GRAVE 



LT CEMETE'Y CRIMES 
ROAD 

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BEATEN 

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DNAPPING, ROBBERY 

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5/23/82 


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2 P 


F 


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10/08/92 


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11/18/82 


A 


20 


N 


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2 


ll/2*/82 


A 


10 


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M 


2 


1/04/82 


3 


5 


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s 


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1/05/82 


A 


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1/D6/82 


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s 


2 


1/06/P2 


c 


12 P 


N 


H 


2 


3/l(./92 


5 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/25/82 


C 


14 


N 


H 


2 


5/09/82 


A 


9 


N 


s 


2 


5/29/82 


A 


7 


N 


H 




6/03/82 


A 


7 


N 


s 


2 


6/15/32 


o 


5 


N 


H 


2 


9/26/82 


D 


p 


U 326 


H 


2 


10/30/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 


2 


12/19/92 


A 


4 


N 


s 


2 


10/22/32 


C 


1 


N F05 


H 


2 


2/25/92 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/05/82 


3 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/03/32 


A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


4/09/92 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/07/82 


A 


22 


N 


H 


2 


5/03/82 


A 


5 


N 



S 2 7/21/82 A 17 U 
S 2 9/08/32 C 4 U 
H 2 11/29/92 D 4 E 



H 


2 


5/17/32 


A 


4 T 


T 


R56 


H 


2 


5/29/82 


A 


4 


L 




H 


2 


9/15/52 


3 


1 


F 


A20 


H 


2 


9/17/82 


A 


4 


c 




H 


2 


10/07/92 


A 


14 


N 




s 


2 


6/07/92 


c 


1 


N 




H 


2 


6/39/92 


A 


10 


N 




H 


I 


6/03/92 


e 


1 


N 




s 


2 


10/13/92 


A 


13 


N 


S19 


H 


2 


10/14/32 


e 


1 


N 


946 


S 


2 


10/14/82 


A 


5 


N 




s 


2 


10/20/92 


A 


6 


N 


S83 


H 


2 


10/21/32 


a 


1 


N 




s 


■> 


11/17/82 


A 


5 


N 




s 


2 


11/24/82 


c 


1 


N 




H 


2 


11/25/32 


c 


14 


N 




H 


2 


12/16/82 


A 


17 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


12/16/82 


A 


10 


H 


W36 


H 


2 


12/17/92 


A 


15 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


12/17/82 


A 


1 


N 


W36 



H 2 


10/02/82 




13 


N 


H 2 


1/06/92 




5 


N 


H 2 


l/0''/92 




16 


N 


S 2 


1/07/82 




1 


N 


S 2 


1/07/92 




9 


N 


S 2 


1/11/92 






N 


S 2 


1/15/82 






N 


S 2 


1/19/92 






N 


H 2 


2/07/82 




10 


N 


S 2 


2/13/82 






N 


H 2 


2/15/92 




14 


N 


H 2 


2/15/82 






N 


S 2 


2/15/92 






N 


H 2 


3/01/92 




11 


N 


H 2 


3/02/92 






N 


S 2 


3/02/92 






N 


S 2 


3/02/92 






N 


H 2 


3/03/92 






N 


S 2 


3/03/92 






N 


H 2 


3/06/92 






L 


S 2 


3/13/62 






N 


H 2 


3/16/92 






N 


S 2 


3/16/82 




10 


N 


H 2 


3/21/82 






N 


S 2 


3/22/92 






N 


S 2 


3/24/02 






N 


S 2 


3/30/92 






L 


S 2 


4/02/82 






N 


H 2 


4/14/82 






N 


S 2 


4/14/^2 






N 


H 2 


4/20/92 




12 


N 


S 2 


4/2D/"2 






N 


H 2 


4/21/92 






N 


H 2 


4/24/92 






N 


H 2 


4/29/82 




n 


N 


S 2 


5/D9/82 






N 


H 2 


5/ia/92 






N 


H 2 


5/11/82 






N 


S 2 


5/11/82 






N 


S 2 


5/29/82 






N 


S 2 


5/29/92 






N 


H 2 


6/05/92 






N 


S 2 


7/0«/«2 






N 


H 2 


7/10/32 




11 


N 


H 2 


7/25/82 






N 


H 2 


3/05/92 




I 4 


N 



HONTHLY/AN^iUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



MAN RDSeED 

HEN ATTACK COUPLE IN GAPAGE 

YOUTHS FIGHT AT SKATING RINK 

YCUTHS FIGHT AT RINK 

MAN IS THROWN THROUGH WINDOW ]F OOUGHNUT SHOP 

TWO COUPT BATTLES MOVE INTO HALL 

SCUFFLES 3REAK OUT IN COURT 

PSO ORDERED DUT OF HOME 

MAN CHARGED WITH DU I 

PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER BANNED FROM HIS HOME 

TWO FLEE YOUTH HO"E; ONE CAUGHT 3Y WORKER 

FAMILY PROBLEMS BRING 6 CHARGES 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH DISORDERLY CONDUCT 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

LABOR SAID TO BE INDUCED BY KICK 

GROCERY IS ROBBED 

MFN JAILED IN ROBBERY 

YOUTH GIVEN 12-YEAR TERM 

DURHAM TEEN-AGER GETS 12-YEAR PRISON SENTENCE 

INJURED MAN SUES COUNTY 

MAN ATTACKED ON PLUM STREET 

ASSAULT CHARGES ARE DISMISSED 

ASSAULT CHAOGES DROPPED AGAINST DURHAM MAN 

MAN HIT WITH STICK 

MAN FOUND DEAD! BEATING SUSPECTED 

ELDERLY MAN BEATEN TO DEATH 

MEN ROB TAXICAB DRIVER 

ASSAULTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO PRISONS. N.C.. ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS _ ,_ „ ,. 

TWO CHARGED IN BEATING DEATH IF WILKES CO. MAN 

DURHAM HAN HELD IN ASSAULT 

ELDERLY WOMAN BEATEN TO DEATH 

PAPER TO FILE CHARGES FOR ALLEGED ASSAULTS 

EDITOR IN BURLINGTON WITHDRAWS APPEAL 

GI SENTENCED FOR MAIMING 

JUDICIAL LENIENCY SENDS WRONG MESSAGE 

TROOPER STABLE AFTER ALLEGED ATTACK 

NFIGhPORS help save MAN'S LIFE 

PRISONER. 96. FINOS N.C. FAIL JUST FINE - AND CHEAP 

A SPUNKY OLDSTER 

PRINCIPAL ACJUITTED OF ASSAULT 

REST HOME OPERATOR CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

2 MEN RELEASED AFTER BONO POSTED 

VANCE RESIDENTS URGED TO REMAIN CALM 

SOME RESIDENTS LEAVE REST HOME 

BOY KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS AFTER THREAT 

PARALYZED MAN FACING CHARGE 

TWO HIKERS ATTACKED 

AUTHORITIES SEEK 3 PERSONS IN ASSAULT 

LAWNOALE REST HOME DwNER MAY HAVE LOST CHANCE TO SELL 

HENDERSON MAN FOUND BEATEN TO DEATH 

BEATING VICTIM IDENTIFIED AS l/ANCE COUNTY MAN 

tl3.2 MILLION SUIT IS FILED 0/ ER ASSAULT 

MOTORCYCLE GANG LEADER CHARGED 

LEE WOMAN ABDUCTED, BEATEN. LEFT FOR DEAD 

OWENSPY PAIR SENT TO JAIL 

l". r.IS CHARGED AFTER MELEE 

MAN CHARGED WITH TRYING TO RUN OVER 3 

IREDELL SHERIFF IS CLEARED OF CHARGE 

HELL'S ANGELS CONVICTED OF ASSAULT 

CHARLOTTE POLICEMAN BEATEN; FIREFIGHTERS. BYSTANDERS WATCH 

WILSON YOUTH DIES AFTER BEATING 

BOY. 13. DIES AFTER BEATING 

FOURTH PERSON CHARGED IN DEATH OF WILSON YOUTH 

SHN HELD IN BEATING OF WOMAN. 71 

ASSAULT CHARGE FILED BY ORANGE DEPUTIES 

ASSAULTS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 
FULLY JUSTIFIED ANGER 
MRS. KISSINGER JUSTIFIED 
PUNCHING FOR REFORM 

ASSEMBLY OF VANCE 

HUMAN RELATIONS COUNCIL SOUGHT 
ARMORY'S ROOF TO BE REPAIRED 

ASSOCIATED ARTISTS OF WINSTON-SALEM 
JURIED EXHIBIT SETS DEADLINE 

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

ASSOCIATED DAILIES 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. PRESS ASSOCIATION 

ROUSE NAMED DAILIES HEAD 

ROUSE ELECTED DAILIES LEADER 

ASSOCIATFO PRESS. COLLEGE BASKETBALL POLL 
TAR HEELS. CAVS TOP POLL 

HEELS REMAIN ATOP RANKINGS , „ 

MISSOURI ATOP AP ROLL FOR 1ST TIME EVER: LOSS DROPS TAR HEELS TO 2N0 
MISSOURI KEEPS TOP SPOT IN POLL 
TAR HEELS EDGE CLOSER TO MISSOURI 
VIRGINIA MOVES INTO NUMBER ON; 
CAVS REMAIN ATOP RANKINGS 
HEELS RECLAIM TOP SPOT IN POLL 
TAR HEELS REGAIN NUMBER ONE SPOT 
TAR HEELS RETAIN TOP SPOT IN POLL 

NCAA CQXPUTFR, WIRE SERVICE PDLLS DIFFER ON TOP 20 
VIRGINIA HEADS BASKETBALL POLL ; TAR HEELS THIRD 
UNC SLIPS TO 15TH 

VIRGINIA REMAINS FIRST, UNC O'OPS FROM POLL 
HOOSIFRS REPLACE CAVS STOP POLL 

ASSOCIATED POESS. COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLL 
AT RANDOM 

CLEMSON MOVES TO 20TH POSITION 
TAR HEELS CLIMB INTO lOTH PLAIE 
BIG TEN UNLISTED IN TOP 20 
PANTHFRS BOOT HUSKIES FROM TOP-RAflKED SPOT 

Acc PUTS Three teams in top 2^ 

DUKE STILL ONE IN SOCCER POLL 
BULLDOGS NUMBER ONE; UNC UNRANKEO 
OUKE'S BENNETT WINS AP HONOR 

ASSOCIATED PRESS. CORRECTIONS 
ROCKY MOUNT SCHOOL OPEN 
TRUCKING FIRMS SHOWED PROFITS 
CORRECTION 

SUPPORT CUT FIGURES WERE WRONG 
TWO SIERRA CLUB MEN H I S I DENT IF I ED 
TEXTILES NOT MOST HAZARDOUS 



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3/a';/<'2 


A 




N 


S 2 


B/06/82 


C 




N 


5 2 


8/11/82 


c 




N 


H 2 


8/l'5/°2 


B 




N 


H 2 


9/21/R2 


A 




N 


H 2 


9/03/R2 


C 




N 


S 2 


9/03/82 


C 




N 


H 2 


9/18/82 


A 


11 


N 


S 2 


9/13/82 


A 




N 


S 2 


9/18/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


9/27/82 


3 




N 


S 2 


10/02/82 


A 




N 


S 2 


10/02/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


10/34/82 


A 


11 


N 


H 2 


0/14/82 


A 


20 


N 


S 2 


1/01/82 


A 




N 


H 2 


.1/02/82 


A 




N 


H 2 


11/02/82 


3 




N 


S 2 


1/02/82 


3 


10 


N 


H 2 


1/06/82 


A 




N B51 


S 2 


1/25/82 


C 




N 


H 2 


2/03/82 


A 


12 


N 


S 2 


2/03/82 


C 


14 


N 


S 2 


12/04/82 


A 




N 


H 2 


12/23/82 


B 




N 


S 2 


12/23/82 


C 




N 


S 2 


12/31/82 


C 




N 



H 2 


1/04/82 


B 


5 


N 


H 2 


1/07/82 


C 


10 


N 


H 2 


1/20/82 


A 


6 


N 


S 2 


2/03/82 


C 


16 


' N 


H 1 


2/09/82 


B 


1 


N 


H I 


2/20/82 


B 


I 


N 


S 2 


3/06/82 


A 


4 


E 


S 2 


3/15/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 2 


3/13/32 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


4/10/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


4/16/82 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


5/03/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


5/19/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


5/20/82 


3 


5 


N 


H I 


5/20/82 


B 


I 


N 


H 2 


5/21/82 


A 


ID 


N 


S 2 


5/21/82 


C 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/29/82 


C 


12 


N 


H 2 


6/01/82 


A 


13 


N 


S 2 


6/01/82 


Q 


7 


N 


H 2 


7/11/82 


A 


4 


N 


S 2 


7/22/82 


A 


2 


N 


H 2 


7/23/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


7/29/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


7/31/82 


B 


12 


N 


H 1 


8/10/82 


a 


1 


N M27 


H 2 


8/29/82 


A 


7 


N 


H 2 


9/04/32 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 2 


9/ 9/82 


c 


5 


N 


H 2 


11/12/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


11/13/82 


A 


27 


N 


H 2 


11/23/82 


A 


10 


N 


S 2 


11/26/82 


A 


2 


N 


H 2 


11/27/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


11/29/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 1 


12/15/82 


B 


1 


N 


S 2 


12/23/32 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/0a/''2 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


6/13/82 


D 


4 


E 


H 2 


7/19/82 


A 


4 


c 



H 1 5/26/82 E 1 N 
H 1 6/08/82 B 1 N 



H 2 10/22/82 D 



H 2 7/24/82 A 1 
S 2 7/24/82 A 15 



s 


2 


1/05/82 


B 


2 P 


N 


s 


2 


1/19/82 


E 


2 


N 


H 


2 


1/26/82 


3 


"> 


N 


S 


2 


2/02/82 


E 


2 


N 


H 


2 


2/03/82 


3 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/09/82 


a 


2 C 


N 


5 


2 


2/16/82 


3 


2 C 


N 


S 


2 


3/G2/82 


B 


2 C 


N 


H 


2 


3/03/82 


B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


3/09/82 


B 


2 C 


N 


S 


2 


3/U/82 


c 


2 


N 


H 


2 


U/17/82 


c 


I P 


N 


S 


2 


U/30/82 





1 


N 


H 


2 


12/21/82 


3 


3 


N 


s 


2 


12/23/82 


B 


2 


N 


s 


2 


10/07/82 


B 


I 


U 


H 


2 


10/12/82 


B 


2 


N 


s 


2 


10/19/82 


p 




N 


H 


2 


10/20/82 


3 




N 


H 


2 


10/26/82 


e 


' 


N 


s 


2 


11/02/82 


b 


2 


N 


H 


2 


11/03/82 


o 


4 


N 


H 


2 


11/09/82 


B 


2 C 


N 


S 


2 


11/26/82 





I P 


N 


H 


2 


5/J1/82 


B 


14 


N 


H 


2 


5/28/82 


c 


7 


N 


H 


1 


6/30/82 


b 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/17/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/20/82 


A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


9/11/82 


A 


5 


N 



MaNTHLY/»N 



PAID MONEY 



. A L INDEX 

1/01/62 - li/31/82 



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INDIVIDUAL SCHODLSl 



INDIVIDUAL 



3CHO0LSI 
H 
S 



AP HEPOFTEO rgPONG FIR" 

ASSOCIATED P0E5S ALL-A-ERICA TEA" (BASKET3ALL ANO FOOTBALL I 
"° sSmPSON NaAEO 1ST TEAM A-A, «1 RTHY 2N D 
CASTOR. TWO TAR HEELS MAKE iff) TEAM 

AC^nriATFn PRFSS ALL-STATE HIGH SC^OOL BASKETBALL TEAM 

SEE ALSn PREP fPAMS. BASKETBALL (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDEP 
LEAKE MAKES ALL-STATE 
HUNTER* DAVIS NAMED ALL-STATE 
HUNTER AP PLAYER OF YEAR 
KEN miller: chapel HILL'S VET=RAN COACH. . . 

'"°Sy'I^?0'pli^ ^Tir^s'.'T.'.^nilVnii llkh HEADINGS UNDER 
PREP RATINGS SPOTLIGHT TRIANG.E AREA SCHOOLS 
SOUTHERN NO. 1 

*"?il'If?o"p|lp' ?|^Ss^'cg§TSA?L""T?EE°?J13'HE:et!iGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS. 
SOUTHERN SIXTH IN 3A POLL 

ASSOCIATED PRESS-N6C NEWS POLL 
SEE ALSO POLLS 
BANS FAIL 

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF DUKE UNIV. 
SEE ALS'l DUKE UNIV.. STUDENTS 
DUKE URGED TO RECRUIT BLACKS 
PAPER'S POLICY UNACCEPTABLE 
DUKE STUDENTS RAP PROPOSED AP CUTS 
LYON ELECTED 

ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN. LEARNING 
THANK A TEACHER 

ASSOCIATION FOR THE AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSP AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 

OANCE FESTIVAL GROUP STARTS MEM»ERS DRIVE 

PEOPLE KEEP FESTIVAL GOING 

DANCE FESTIVAL HAS MEMBERSHIP DRIVE 

;e;!ON?^Ej?^G^rrOOr^'^SlND TH= scenes of dance FESTIVAL 
VOLUNTEERS: THEY ARE A 'PILLA? OF SUPPORT' 

ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN TRIAL LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS* U.S. , ,^. ^ ^n... 

MS. GALLOWAY TO GIVE TALK ON LITTLE TRIAL 
GaClOWAY WILL JOIN LAWYERS AT CONVENTION 

ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS FOR REFORM NOW (ACORNI 
SFE ALSO CAROLINA ACTION 
SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOODS 

OUKF POWER. Lr,M ASKED FOR FUEL AID 

GROUP SEEKS FUEL AID PROM DUR^AM FIRMS 

TACTICS ILL-ADVISED 

TENT CITY PROTEST PLANNED 

TENT CITY PROTESTERS ORDERED DFF LAND 

ASSOCIATION OF INDIANS IN AMERICA, N.C. CHAPTER 

"Ubl? iSslb'wlCL-HONOR SENIOR CITIZENS 
r^^olT^ '^.ITmii'kTT.i THE aOERLY 
ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS FOR WO-EN (AIAWI 
'"3Li'E'6EV?ri:'TlR°S'ElLS IN WOMEN'S TENNIS FINAL 

'''°,ll'llfi 'uWi'-r%ii\imill 1lti'll\h S?^ADfNSi^UNg'El^!rDl!;^OUAL SCHOOLS- 
BLUE DEVILS ADVANCE IN AIAW RrGIONALS 
FDGLEO fIrly CANDIDATE FOR VACANT UNC-C POST 

ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS FOR WOMEN, TENNIS 
" RFGIO'IAL TOURNEY OPENS ., ,,,, e 

UNC TIPPLES DUKE FOR AIAW TENNIS TITLE 
MS. HFIDENSERGER TAKES TITLE 

ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS ^,,„^„ „c„comc 
SEE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS 

ASSUMAPLE "ORTGAGES 

SEE ALSO "ORTGAGES _,^„^ 

SUPRE"E COURT STRIKES LOAN TRANSFERS 

^oSir^^Yl iiU^Ji LIABLE IF THEY DON'T TRY TO HALT ASSAULTS 



H 2 12/16/62 A 20 



3/10/S2 
12/07/B2 



3/16/?2 
3/1T/B2 
3/17/82 
3/IS/P2 



1/22/82 
2/0O/32 



S 2 10/06/62 



2/03/'!2 e 

2/18/32 A 

<V/13/82 E 

12/10/62 A 



S 2 2/10/82 C 1 P P M66 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



2/12/82 
2/15/°2 
2/16/82 
2/21/82 
6/10/82 
7/23/82 



1 P N B71 



7/09/82 S 
7/08/62 A 



1/28/82 

1/23/82 

2/02/82 

10/22/82 

10/31/82 



10 
15 



5 
11 



N S51 
N 



S 2 3/11/82 A 
H 2 3/22/82 A 
S 2 3/31/62 a 



H 2 5/08/92 D 3 P N 



3/10/82 
3/12/82 



S 2 5/06/82 B 2 
H 2 5/09/82 B 5 
H 2 5/10/82 B 3 



H 2 6/29/P2 
H 2 7/02/82 
H 2 3/05/82 



S 2 7/21/62 C 10 



ASTROLOGY 

SEE ALSO ASTRONOMY 

THE ASTROLOGERS' DAY 

ASTRONOMY 

SEE ALSO ASTROLOGY 

SEE ALSO COMETS lASTRONOMYI 

SEE ALSO METEORS 

SEE ALSO SPACE RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO STARS 

PI ALSO UNIV^^OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL MOREHEAO PLANETARIUM 

THE BETTER TO SEE WITH 

CANTANKEROUS COMETS ^ „, ^.^ 

AUGUST HEAVENLY FOR GAME OF T« G 

'^r.lhr'iko°4:'lM\'. jEiiolf Sifc BRIGHTEN AUGUST SKY 
OCCULTATION TO OCCUR TOMORROW 

AT RANnOM (SUN SPORTS COLUMNl 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
AT RANDOM 
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2 3/20/82 A <. D E 



H 2 


5/29/92 


A 


1 P 


p 


R91 


H 2 


7/21/F2 


A 


it 


E 




S 2 


7/29/82 


A 


12 


N 




S 2 


3/05/P2 


C 


I „ 


N 




H 2 


3/06/82 





7 P 


F 




S 2 


11/19/62 


A 


5 


N 




S 2 


1/19/82 


a 


2 


U 


01? 


S 2 


1/26/82 


B 


2 


U 


018 


S 2 


2/05/82 


D 


I 


u 


018 


S 2 


2/0°/82 


3 


2 


u 


D18 


S 2 


2/12/82 


c 




u 


018 


S 2 


2/19/82 







u 


018 


S 2 


2/26/82 







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S 2 


3/03/82 


D 




u 


D18 


S 2 


3/16/82 


B 


; 


u 


D16 


s 2 


3/17/82 


D 


1 


u 


DIP 


S 2 


<./31/''2 


8 




u 


018 


S 2 


4/06/92 


D 




u 


Die 


S 2 


4/09/R2 


3 




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Hi 


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NOT GOVERNMENT BUSINESS 



ATHEROSCLEROSIS 

STRESS LINKED TO ARTERIAL DISEASE 
REVERSALS IN 'ILOOD FLQU DOCUMENTED 

ATHLETES. AGING 

SEE ALSO AGING 
SEE ALSO RETIREMENT AGE 
JIM60 AT THE TOP 

ATHLETES. DRUG ABUSE 

SEE DRUG ABUSE. ATHLETES 

ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. N.C.. SPORTS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SPORTS. SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO SPORTS. COLLEGE NON-REVENUE 

GOOo'r'alo'ANO^GLY^^REACTIONS RUN GAMUT ON SCHOLARSHIP CUTS 
SEC OPENED GATES OF GRANTS IN" 36 

ATHLETICS CONGRESS 

N.C. STATE HOSTS TAC MEET 

DURHAM RECEIVES INITIAL APPROVAL FOR JR. OLYMPICS 

ftTLANTA. GEORGIA 
SEE ALSO GEORGIA 



NGS TRIAL 



TESTIMONY EXPECTED TO BEGIN NEXT WEEK IN ATLANTA SLAYI 

a BLACKS. 'V .WHITES CHOSEN AS JURORS FOR ATLANTA TRIAL 

JURY TOLD OF SPLASH IN WATER 

WILLIAMS' ACCOUNT SAID UNCONFIRMED 

WILLIAMS LINKED TO ATLANTA VICTIM 

AGENT TESTIFIES WILLIAMS TOLD CONFLICTING STORIES 

WITNESS TIES FIBERS TO WILLIAMS' HOME 

DECISION ON FIBERS AWAITED 

G4. JUDGE APPROVES EVIDENCE ^ , ,,^„ ,_„ 

SURPRISE WITNESS TESTIFIES WILLIA"S LURED HIM INTO CAR 

WITNESS TIES WILLIAMS TO SINGER LATER SLAIN 

WILLIAMS IS LINKED TO SLAYING VICTIM 

EXAMINER TELLS OF STAB WOUNDS 

SLOODSTAINS LINKED TO ATLANTA VICTIMS 

PROSECUTION RFSTS IN ATLANTA TRIAL 

DEATH CAUSE CHALLENGED FOR TWO ATLANTA VICTIMS 

•JIGSAW PUZZLE' ATTACKED 

WILLIAMS' PARENTS CITED FOR CONTEMPT 

ATLANTA PROSECUTION WITNESS '"RESSUREO" TO CHANGE REPORT 

THE"RY ABOUT TOSSING BODY DIS=UTED IN TRIAL OF WILLIAMS 

FIBER EVIDENCE CHALLENGED 

WILLIAMS WAS HOME. FATHER SAYS 

TESTIMONY ON 'SPLASH' OUESTtONEO 

WILLIAMS: 'I HAVEN'T KILLED ANYONE' 

ACCUSERS TRY TG BREAK WILLIAMS 

WILLIAMS CALLS PROSECUTOR 'FOOL' AS DEFENSE RESTS 

JURORS LAUNCH STUDY OF CASE AGAINST WILLIAMS 

GUILTY: WILLIAMS GETS TWO LIFE TERMS IN QUICK VERDICT 

AUTHORITIES MAY CLOSE ATLANTA CASES 

ATLANTA POLICE CONFIDENT THAT THEY GOT THEIR MAN 

WILLIAMS GRANTED INDIGENT STATUS 

ATLANTA'S 'GWTW' GALA RIVALED SHERMAN'S MARCH 

JUDGE DISALLOWS WILLIAMS' MOTION 

PSYCHIATRIST'S HELP ASKED IN TWO RALEIGH KILLINGS 

ATLANTA 500 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 

ALLISON WINS ATLANTA, TRIMS W«LTRIP'S LEAD 

ATLANTA BRAVES 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL ,, ,„ 

TRADE TALK INVOLVES FORMER BULLS' PITCHER 

A aUICK LOOK AT FORMER PULLS «S 3RAVES ^ . ^^ 

BUTLER'S RITES OF SPRING YIELDING HITS. STEALS. RAVES FRO" RRAVFS 

COOPER'S LATE. BUT STILL STAYS IN BRAVES' COOP 

BRAVES' 'WILD JOE' COWLEY FINALLY TAMES HIS GAME 

BRAVES WORK TO CORRECT PAYNE'S elawS 

COOPER BEGS AARON FOR HIS RELEASE , ., 

A BUDDING ROSE: SRETT BUTLER HAS EARNED HIGH PRAItE FRuM FANS. . . 

LIKE BEES TO HONEY: KOMMINSK'S TALENTS DRAWING SWARMS OF AGENTS 

BRAVES SWAP EX-SULL FOR WATSON 

BULLS' OEWS SAYS TORRE DUE CREDIT FOR BRAVES 

BRAVES' MINOR-LEAGUE INVESTMENTS PAY BIG-LEAGUE DIVIDENDS 

ODDS NOT GOOD OF BRAVES' VISIT 

KOM"INSK: FORMER BULLS STAR STRUGGLES 

BRAVES' TOP PICK FROM LAST YEAR YET TO PAN OUT 

BRAVES PREFER TO GROOM THEIR OWN TALENT 



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S 2 


5/18/82 


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6/15/82 


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6/22/82 


B 2 


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B 2 


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4/19/82 


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2 7/25/82 B 1 ■> N C52 
2 7/25/82 b 5 P N C52 
2 7/25/82 B 5 N C52 



2 


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5 




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12 


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1/12/82 


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3 


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1/19/92 


3 


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1/22/82 


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1/25/82 


A 


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1/26/82 


A 


12 


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1/27/82 


3 


8 




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2 


1/29/82 


A 


12 


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2 


1/29/32 


A 


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2 


1/30/82 


A 


3 


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2/03/82 


A 


1 1 




N 


2 


2/05/82 


B 


5 




N 


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2/06/82 


A 


12 


P 


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2 


2/07/82 


A 


12 




N 


2 


2/09/82 


A 


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N 


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2/10/82 


A 


14 




N 


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2/11/82 


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2/19/82 


9 


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2/20/82 


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A 


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2/23/82 


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2/24/82 


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A 


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12/11/82 


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N 


2 


12/19/82 


A 


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2/24/82 


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1/07/B3 



TUSfEB SKIP^EiiS PUSH =0R •»'<BIC»'S TEA"' 

ATLANTA F««" SrSTE>< EXPECTS HIGH YIELD fOS "AJOHS 

ATLANTA'S t^l FOUNDATION 90LSTE5I"<G 39AVES' -SETTLE 

TME BRAVES' CASH OF '82 

PROSPECT IVE OPENING AT TORONTI FALLS THROUGH FOR OEWS 

BRAVES FANS AND OPTIMISTS: PLiYOFF TICKETS NO* AVAILABLE 

BRAVES. BULLS REnE, PACT 

BULLS RENEH BRAVES' PACT 

TORRE'S PUZZLE TIGHT FIT 

GALLAGHER SHUFFLES OFF TO BUFFALO 

ATLANTA EXPRESS AIRLINE 

NE- AIRLINES SAIO SIGN OF GROWTH POTENTIAL 

ATLANTIC AND N.C. OAILRO'O 

APPRAISAL OF RAILROADS SOUGHT 

PANEL URGES N.C. TO SELL ITS 5AILR0A0S 

HAPPY OAYS :tN THE '"ULLET L I N3 ' 

TWO FIRMS ^cCCXMENDEO TC ASSESS N.C. RAILROADS 

ATLANTIC BFACH, '.'.C. 

RADIOACTIVITY HARNING ISSUED AT ATLANTIC BEACH 
BODY FOUND IN SAND DUNE 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 

SHIVGLETDN TO RECEIVE OOCTGRATE 

HUN'' ENDORSES TAX-FREE "ONCS f OR PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

STUCENTS SERVE AS BIG SISTERS 

STLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 
SAO STATES OF AFFAIRS 

STLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. BASEBAL'. 

SEE ALSO ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASEBALL TEA- 
TIGERS TCP =IC<S IN ACC BASEBALL 
UNC SQUANDERS LEAD BEFORE Ral. YING 
BULLS' MANAGER FINDS BUNTS ARE BENEFICIAL 
SPOONER SPARKS UNC OAST N.C. STATE. 13-12 
DAILY'S BLAST SINKS DUKE. PUTS UNC SECOND IN ACC 
P!TCh;^4G GIVES CLEMSON EDGE U TOURNEY 
TIGERS. HEELS TCP SEEDED IN BASEBALL 
ACC PROSPECTS ON STAGE 
TAR HEELS. CLEMSON ADVANCE 
OUKE CAN'T HOLD LEAD OVER TIGERS 
CAVALIERS. TIGERS GAIN MOMENTJH 
HOPKINS SILENCES TAR HEEL BATS 
UNC STAYS ALIVE; UVA ADVANCES 
HEELS HAND STATE BITTER LOSS 
TAR HEELS *IN TWICE. FACE CAVS 
RETO ENJOYS HIS RETURN TO BOS-tAHER STADIUM 
UNC SQUEEZES '^Y UVA, CLAIMS ACC TOURNAHENT 
ACC TALK NO COMFORT BACK HOME 
HEELS SOUEEZE PAST CAVALIERS 
DURHAM ATHLETIC PARK SUGGESTEO BY MILHELM AS ACC TOURNEY SITE 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. BASKETBA 
SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFEREN 
ACC TEAMS BEGIN RUN FOR LEAGUE 
HEELS. CAVS EXPECTED TO CLIMAX 
CLEMSON LOSES GROUNO IN 1ST KE 
UNC PRI"EO FOR ACC 
jnROAN GETS ROOKIE AwARD 
AT aANOCM 

ACC RECRUITERS CONTINUE TO SC!' 
THE hORLB as seen by. . . ICAJ 
ACC HONORS UNC'S BLACK 
WHITTENBURG ACC IRON MAN 
OEVILS. HEELS GST ACC «INS 
BRANCH TOP ROOKIE 
COVERING The <AY THE BALL BOUN 
NO CURE FOR ACC FEVER 
ACC HCNORS TAYLOR 
BASKETBALL NOTES 
AT RANDOM 

ACC'S 'MYSTERY TEAM' CONTINUE! 
NUMBER ONE VIRGINIA GETS STAT? 
TAYLO" REMAINS TOP ACC SCORER 
DUKE. *AKE CONTINUE SEARCH '=Cf> 
I.OLFPACK OUNKS FIGHTING IRISH 
ACC HONORS MOfGAN 
WOOO MjKES WAVES WITH CLIPPERS 
TRADES IN ACC BASKETBALL: IT'S 
VIRGINIA PREPARES STRETCH DR IV 
STATISTICS OON'T WASH HITH SMI 
DUKE. STATE SUFFER ACC ROAD OE 
OPINION. lOT FACTS 
TAYLOR'S DEFENSE AS BIG A BOOS 
AT RANDOM 

PIECES OF ACC PUZZLE BEGIN TO 
CHOOSING lOTH PLAYER NOT SUCH 
ACC STANDINGS 

PICKINGS A PLENTY TO NBA FROM 
THE ALL-fJHAT TEAM-J 

acc honors unc's worthy 
recession ooesn't slow n.c. s' 
'metro' reaps big basketball ■■ 
russell tells ralph: 'what's y 
rayco" ropes acc? 
". acc clubs in ncaa field 
ncaa pairings please acc teams 
fogle" early ca'ioidate for vac 
virr.inia's holland repeats as 
ooke opens spring drills; holl 
also-rans seeking help 
john davis: tigers' big six pl 
if you missed ron morris at th 
acc finalists 

acc recruiters change directio 
sec stars stop »cc team 
chaches scramble to collect WR 
signing day brings valvano pri 
ACC TO test shot clock, three- 
thirty SECONDS. NINETEEN FEET: 

LITTLE MAN LO^MS LARGER IN •= tZ 
NEw ACC RULES MADE TO ORDER FO 
BRINGING IN THE SHOT CLOCK 1 CA 
THE SHOT CLOCK 
RAYCOM. ACC DEAL CCPLETEO 
RAYCOM. ESPN SET ACC 3ASKET3AL 
TULSA NEXT ON ROSS' COLLEGE HO 
ACC COACHES REFINE MECHANICS 
THACKER SAYS SO LONG ACC, HEL: 
ACC SCHOOLWORK LOOKING UP 
Mfw ACC EXCITEMENT AT 19 FEET 
ACC TEAMS BEGIN PRESEASON RITJ 
NEW SIGNING DATE HAS ACC COACH 



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FUN FOOD FOR THOUGHT 
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TH'S APPRAISAL OF WORTHY'S FOUL SHOOTING 
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ACC'S COACH OF THE YEAR 

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AVER OF YEAR DRAWS RAVES FROM EVERYONE. 
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6/02/92 


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5/16/92 





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5/14/82 


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3/01/32 


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4/23/82 







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D 


1 


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H 


2 


2/11/92 




5 




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H 


2 


2/13/92 


3 


2 




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s 


2 


2/15/92 




5 




N 




s 


2 


2/16/92 


3 


A 




N 




s 


2 


2/18/92 


C 


3 




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2 


2/19/52 


C 


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2/22/92 


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2/24/92 


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2/27/82 


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2 




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N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



POOSPECTS WAIT 

INJURIES. .NEn RULES WORRY ACC CTACHES 

1082-13 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 

CHANGES OF HEART: ACC PLAYERS FOREGO SPOTS ON ROSTERS 

ACC TV SCHEDULE 

SAMPSON RETURNS IN SEARCH OF TITLE 

THE .NEW ACC RULES ARE GOOD... 

...THE NEW ACC RULES ARE LOUSY 

3SWKINS FIRST IN LINE FOR STAl DO"! 

yesterday: FORMER ACC STARS FOLLOWING VARIED PATHS 

ACC STANDINGS 

TIGERS. TEROS LOSE NON-LEAGUE GAMES 

DAWKINS ROOKIE OF WEEK 

C4VS 'SURVIVE FREEZE ATTEMPT 

BASKETBALL NOTES 

ACC STANDINGS , ,, , 

LEAGUE PLAY HAY SPELL RELIEF = OP ACC TEAMS 

OLDER MEANS BETTER 

MICHAEL JORDAN PLAYER OF THE WEEK 

RALPH'S RULES; THE ACC'S NEW 'ULES DEBUT WITH SAMPSON... 

NO MORE BOOnRRRRR-INU: RULES "EAN ACC-TION 

BASKETBALL NOTES 

ACC STANDINGS 

VIRGINIA GAME COSTS FANS. BUT TURNS PROFIT 

(;HAMP« hr chumps? WHICH TO PLAY. ASK ACC COACHES... 

CAROLINA. VIRGINIA EARN FOUR STARS 

TAR HEELS STRIKE EARLY AND OFTEN. BOMBARD 8R0NCS 
HEELS RETURN TO WINNING FORM 

MILLER. ALARIE GET HONORS , , , ,,^,, 

ACC FGOTB«LL TAKES ITS CUE FR3H BASKETBALL'S SUCCESS 
BRANCH. JORDAN HOLD LEAD IN LEAGUE'S SCORING RACE 

ACc'has'iTS 'uPS £. DOWNS: CHAMI NADE SOUEEZES CAVALIERS 

ACC HAS ITS UPS t DOWNS: DRIESELL GETS EARLY PRESENT AND REVENGE 

LURE OF HOLIDAY TRAVEL BECKONS ACC TEAMS 

ACC'S YOUTH LOOKING UP 

TERP PAIR SWEEP HONORS 



ATLANTIC CO 
A COUP 
TO TIM, 
LOW SC 
COLLE' 
COACHE 
ACC CO 
ACC'S 
AT RAN 
SHOT C 
ACC OF 
ACC SE 
ACC TO 
THIRTY 
LITTLE 
NEW AC 
BR INGI 
NCAA 
THE SHI 
ACC RU 
SEC CO 
VARIAT 
ACC CO 
KNIGHT 
NEW AN 
THE NE 

...The 
NO MOP 
BASKET 



AST CONFER 
LE OF REAS 
E OR NOT T 
OPING A PR 
E SLOWDOWN 
S OVEPWHEL 
ACHES FAvn 
TIMELY SUB 
DOM 

LOCK ATOP 
FICIALS COI 
T FOR 30-S 

TEST SHOT 

SECONDS. 

"AN LOOMS 
C RULES MA 
NG IN THE 
FFICIAL AP 
OT CLOCK 
LES EXPERI 
ACHES OEBA 
IONS ON CL 
ACHES SEFI 
: 30 SECON 
IMAL PROWL 
M ACC RULE 

NEW ACC R 
E BOOORRRR 
BALL NOTES 



ENCE. BASKETBALL. SHOT CLOCK RULE 

ONS FOR A <,5-SEC0ND CLOCK 

TIME? 

OOUCT OF COACHES' PETS: ZONES 

S A RESULT OF ZONES AS MUCH AS DELAYS 

MINGLY VOTE DOWN ANY SHOT CLOCK 

- SHOT CLOCK 

JECT 

ACC'S AGENDA 

NTINUE TALK 01 PROPOSALS 

ECONO CLOCK. 3-POINT FIELD GOAL? 

CLOCK, THREE-POINTER 
NINETEEN FEET: CHANGES FOR THE BETTER 

LARGER IN FACE OF THREE-POINTER 
OF TO ORDER FTR ENGELLAND 
SHOT CLOCK (CARTOONI 
PLAUOS ACC SH?T CLOCK, 3-POINTER 

MENT POSES LOGISTICAL DUTIES FOR LEAGUE'S OFFICIALS 

TE CLOCK, 3-PaiNTER 

OCK FOLLOW AC: EXAMPLE 

NE MECHANICS IF NEW RULES 

OS INSIGNIFICANT 

ING ACC COURTS 

S ARE GOOD... 

ULES ARE LOUS' 

R-ING: RULES MEAN ACC-TION 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, OFFICIALS 

THE OFFICIALS HAVE THEIR OFFICIALS, TOO 
BEST-KNOWN REFS TO MISS TOURNEY 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. BASKETBALL TOURNEY 
ACC RECORD SHOWS UPSETS RARE =VENTS 
LUCK OF OPAW FALLS TO UNC 

UNC APPPOACHES TOURNAMENT AS EXTENSION OF ACC SEASON 
TOURNAMENT WIN NOT IMPERATIVE. HOLLAND CAUTIONS 
AT RANDOM 

BEST-KNOWN REFS TO MISS TOUONFY 
1982 ACC TOURNEY 

TOUPNAMFNT FRENZY GRIPS BASKETBALL FANS 
BLACK GROWS INTO HIS ROLE 
ACC TOUPNEY PREVIEW 
STEPPE ADDS FIRE TO ACC OPENING 
JORDAN EXPECTED IN LINEUP FOR JACKETS 
UNC WHIPS TECH, 55-39 

THE UPPER CRUST. ..SECOND DIVISION HOPEFULS 
ACC TOUPNEY MATCHUPS 
TOURNEY TIME 

ACC TOURNAMENT , .- , . , 

JORDAN, TAR HEELS DEVOUR JACKETS: DEMON DEACONS BLOW PAST DEVILS 
DUKE'S POOREST SEASON OF LAST 55 LAID TO REST 
STATE DOWNS IZZZZZZZZZZI TERPS, <,0-2a 
CAVS SIDESTEP UPSET THREAT FROM CLEMSON 

GAME OF INFAMY: HOW BAD WAS THE N.C. STATE-MARYLAND GAME? 
SPEAKING OF THE TOURNAMENT. . . 
MONKEYING AROUND AT THE ACC 

BORING GAMES LEAVE BLACK MARK ON ACC'S IMAGE 
RESPECT: DAVID SHAFFER EARNS IT 
DUKE FINISHES DEVILISH SEASON 
UNC'S JORDAN 100 PERCENT AGAIN 
•PACK HOPES FOR NCAA BID 
CAVS NEARLY BOTCH TUNEUP 
TOURNAMENT ACTION NOT ALWAYS :i N COURT 

NO DOUBTS FOR HIM , ,,,,, 

UNC, 5e-'i6: TAR HEELS DISPATCH WOLFPACK WITH FAMILIAR FACES. TACTICS 
U.VA,, 51-'.'): CAVS' STOKES IN RIGHT PLACE AT RIGHT TIME AS DEACS FALL 
W0LFP4CK CAN'T BREAK JINX AGAINST TAR HEELS 
CAVS' LITTLE MAN DEALS DEACONS HIS BIGGEST SHOT 

THE FINAL CHAPTER: SAMPSON'S SOLE BIGGEST QUESTION IN ACC FINALE 
DISGRUNTLED CUSTOMERS AT THE ACC TOURNAMENT 
ACC TOURNAMENT 
STORM BEFORE THE CALM 

UNC RULES OVER VIRGINIA FOR ACC TITLE 
UNC <.?, VIRGINIA 45: SMITH'S 1EFENSE RESTS 

WORTHY EARNS HIS KEEP WITH ST'ONG FIRST-HALF PERFORMANCE 
MILLER'S SHOT NOT TAKEN COSTLY ONE FOR VIRGINIA 
TAR HEELS HOLD OFF CELEBRATION 
WEST LIKES ACC PLAYERS, WON'T RIP DELAY 
VIRGINIA'S GOVERNOR FINDS FAULT WITH UNC'S TACTICS 
ACC LEFTOVERS: CREMINS, WORTHY, ALL-ACC 
YES. VIRGINIA. THERE IS A UNC 
JOOOEN 'DEPLORES' SLOWDOWN PACE OF POWERFUL TEAMS 



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HONTHLr/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/62 - U/31/82 



WOODEN DISLIKE ACC'S TACTICS: SD WHO CARES' 
FIRST BIG lO-ACC SHOOTOUT FIZZLES 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. FOOTBALL 

SEE ALSO ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM 

GATPR 30ml. ACC MEETINGS GOOD TO BOTH 

FOOTBALL DIGEST: THE ACC... 

ACC EXPANDING HORIZONS 

OPEN SEASON BEGINS ON F"OTBALL SIGNINGS 

OOWN YEAR FOR THE NFL DRAFT 

TAYLOR A GIANT OF A PICK 

ayiCK. TJO TIGERS FIRST-ROUND PICKS IN NFL SELECTIONS 

NFL DRAFTS 13 ACC PLAYERS IN 1ST SIX ROUNDS 

CLEXSON. UNC TOO PRESEASON PICKS 

PRE-SFASON FOOTBALL FOCUS CONFUSING 

AT RANDOM 

DEVILS PICKED FIFTH 

ACC MEDIA PICKS TAR HEELS 

ACC FOOTBALL COACHES ENJOY NE.< STATUS 

ACC GAMES GN TV 

CHANGEOVERS 

TAR HEELS PICKED TO hIN ACC TITLE 

NEJ ASSISTANTS HONE A PACK ATTACK 

INJURIES STEERING WELSH'S EFFDRTS ONTO STORMY SEAS 

• I'M GARY. FLY Mg- 

BIGGEST OF The BIG TwO: CLEMS3N AND DEATH VALLEY 

THE ACC: CAROLINA AND CLEMSON IN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES 

KICKEPS COULD RULE ACC ROOKIE CLASS incnscLvci 

I'^az ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENC; FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 

CURRY. RICE SPICING TECH'S ST^PS AHEAD 

TIGERS THUMBS UP FOR WALKER 

KICKING COACHES CHECKING OUT NEW STREETCARS 

ACC HONORS HILL. BENISH 

SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL DIGEST 

EARLY SEASON GAMES SHOW ACC CAN COMPETE 

TERPS MISS UPSET 

STATE'S WALL. WILLIAMS GET AC: HONORS 

TIGERS' FORD: EAGLES POSE 'REAL THREAT' 

FRICAY PICKS 
FOOTBALL DIGEST 

SUMMAB lES 

MATHEMATICS ADD UP FOR DUNKEL SERVICE 
FOOTBALL DIGEST 

SUMMAR lES 

FRESHMAN BACK LEADS WAKE WIN 

BENNETT. MCGREW GET ACC HONORS 

FOOTBALL FUGURES 

ACC HONORS WARD. CORVINO 

FOOTBALL DIGEST 

FOOTBALL FIGURES 

TERPS. TIGERS ROLL TO BIG WINS 

E5IAS0M. ILADOS TOPS ON OFFENSE 

FOOTBALL riOEST 

FOOTBALL FIGURES 

HARRIS REPS5TS AS ACC PLAYER OF THE WEEK 

FOOTBALL DIGEST 

FOOTBALL FIGURES 

TECH STUNS VOLS 

F'lUR ACC TEAMS IN RUNNING FOR BOWL BERTHS 

FOOTBALL DIGEST 

FOOTBALL FIGURES 

ACC PUTS THREE TEAMS IN TOP 21 

BENNETT NEARS ACC MARKS 

UNC-CLEMSON GAME LACKS LUSTER 

FOOTBALL DIGEST 

FOOTBALL FIGURES 

CHRIS CASTOR RECEIVES ACC'S WEEKLY HONOR 

CLEMSON, ACC MUM ON PAPER'S PROBATION REPORT 

FOOTBALL DIGEST 

FOOTBALL FIGURES 

BRYANT. LUTZ PLAYERS OF WEEK 

FOOTBALL DIGEST 

ACC STANDINGS 

CLEMSON DEFENSE SHUTS DOWN U S: i 

CLEMSCN'S PENALTIES STIFFENED 

ACC HONORS STUBBS 

RAMSEUR ACC'S TOP ROOKIE 

RAMSEUR TOP ACC ROOKIE 

DUKE'S BENNETT WINS AP HONOR 

TIGERS AIM AT ACC TITLE WITHOJT AUSTIN 

ACC S''ANOINGS 

CLEMSCN'S LOSS IS OTHERS' GAIN 

CLEMSON VICTORY OVER WAKE NAILS DOWN ACC TITLE 

A LINE "UST BE DRAWN 

ACC FOOTBALL TAKES ITS CUE FROM BASKETBALL'S SUCCESS 



SUBJECTS 



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TERPS ROUT CAVS 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. GOLF 

WOLFPICK GOLFERS FAVORED TO END 16-YEAR STREAK 

STROKE EDGE SATISFIES STATE 

OUKE STARTS FAST IN ACC TENNIS 

CLEMSON PLAYER. TEAM TAKE LEA;? IN GOLF TOURNEY 

ACC FINDS HOME FOR TOURNAMENT 

CLEMSON. INMAN EMERGE AS CHAMPS 

TIGERS PULL SURPRISF 

WAKE'S WOES GET ATTENTION 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. LACROSSE 

VIRGINIA FIRST CHALLENGE FOR NCAA CHAMP UNC 
UNC. MARYLAND TANGLE IN KEY ACC GAME 
STATE'S lO-GOAL QUARTER SUBDUES DUKE. 19-13 
NCAAS NEXT FOR UNBEATEN TAR HF EL S 
LACROSSE SHOWS 'ARMADILLO' DO^R 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. OPERATHN BASKETBALL 
SEE ALS"' ATLANTIC COAST CONFERE>ICE. BASKETBALL 
NE» ANIMAL PROWLING ACC COURTS 
INJURIES. NEW RULES »ORRY ACC COACHES 

"'-•"'JiEpS°5§fE8°'A^!?r^liT'"-"'" '" '"' """ """ 

SAMPSON ACC'S PLAYER OF YEAR 

CASTOR ACC'S BEST 

ROSS. CASTOR NA-EO TOPS FOR ACC ' B2 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. SCHOLARSHIPS 
NORFOLK ST. SIGNS BENNETT 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. SOCCER 

ACC'S BALANCE ON DISPLAY IN "2 SOCCER CAMPAIGN 

JOHNSON GAINS TAR HEELS' ALL-TIME GOALS LEAD 

ACC SOCCER RATES ITSELF HIGH 

TOP-RANKED CLEMSON. UNBEATEN ?LUE DEVILS MEET IN ACC SOCCER 

SEVEN UNC FALL SPORTS NATIONALLY RANKED 

ONE VS. THREE 

DUKE'S ACC TITLE HOPES HINGE ON WIN OVER UNC 

ALL-ACC? DUKE'S ACC SOCCER CHAMPS BOOTED IN ALL-STAR VOTING 



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P N S91 


S 2 <./25/»2 3 


2 


P N 


H 2 7/15/52 D 


2 


N 


S ? 7/19/52 D 


2 


U 019 


S 2 7/20/32 3 


2 


U 019 


S 2 7/21/52 D 


1 


N 


H 2 7/22/82 


7 


N 


S 2 7/27/82 a 


2 


P U 018 


S 2 7/27/82 E 


2 


N F25 


S 2 3/20/52 


1 


U F25 


H 2 8/22/52 G 


6 


N 


H 2 a/2<./82 B 


2 


P G S91 


H 2 8/28/82 B 


2 


= F S9l 


H 2 3/29/52 B 


1 


P N S91 


H 2 a/29/52 E 


2 


U S91 


S 2 9/30/92 B 


2 


F F25 


S 2 3/30/92 3 


10 


P J F25 


S 2 8/30/82 S 


14 


° I 


H 2 8/31/92 B 


2 


G 


H 2 9/01/52 C 


1 


G 


S 2 9/02/92 B 


1 


P U F25 


S 2 9/08/92 D 


4 


N 


H 2 9/11/92 B 


2 


N 


H 2 5/13/82 E 


2 


N S91 


S 2 9/13/32 


6 


P N 


S 2 9/14/92 9 


4 


N 


H 2 9/15/82 B 


4 


N 


S 2 9/17/92 D 


1 


U D18 


H 2 9/13/92 B 


2 


N 


H 2 9/19/82 B 


1 


C N 


H 2 9/24/82 C 


1 


N 


H 2 9/25/82 B 


2 


N 


H 2 9/26/82 e 


1 


N 


H 2 9/26/92 3 


5 


N 


S 2 9/29/92 D 


3 


N 


H 2 10/03/82 B 


1 


C N 


S 2 10/05/92 D 


2 


N 


H 2 10/09/92 9 


2 


N 


H 2 10/10/82 B 


I 


N 


S 2 10/11/82 D 


5 


N 


S 2 10/12/82 B 


4 


N 


H 2 10/16/82 B 


2 


N 


H 2 10/17/82 B 


1 


N 


S 2 10/19/82 B 


2 


N 


H 2 10/23/92 


1 


C N 


H 2 10/24/82 B 


1 


N 


S 2 10/25/82 D 


4 


N 


H 2 10/29/92 


I 


U M71 


H 2 10/30/32 D 


1 


N 


H 2 10/31/92 B 


1 


C N 


S 2 11/02/82 B 


2 


N 


H 2 11/04/82 D 


2 


N 


S 2 11/05/92 D 


1 


N P55 


H 2 11/06/92 B 




N 


H 2 11/07/82 3 


i 


N 


S 2 11/09/92 B 


q 


N 


H 2 11/10/92 C 


i 


N 


H 2 11/13/82 


1 


N 


H 2 11/14/92 B 


1 


N 


S 2 11/16/82 


7 


N 


H 2 11/20/92 B 


2 


I 


H 2 U/21/92 3 


1 


N 


H 2 11/21/92 B 


3 


N 


H 2 11/24/92 3 


2 


P N 


S 2 11/24/92 D 


3 


N 


S 2 11/25/92 3 


4 


N 


H 2 11/26/82 C 


2 


N 


S 2 11/26/92 D 


1 


P N 


H 2 11/27/92 B 


3 


N 


H 2 11/29/82 


1 


N 


H 2 11/29/92 B 


1 


N S91 


H 2 11/29/92 3 


5 


N 


H 2 12/06/92 A 


4 


L 


H 2 12/23/92 


1 


U M71 


M 2 4/16/82 C 


1 


7 N P07 


H 2 4/17/92 S 


2 


N P07 


S 2 4/17/82 A 


9 


N 


H 2 4/19/92 B 


1 


> N P07 


H 2 4/18/82 B 


8 


N P07 


H 2 4/19/82 6 


2 


N P07 


S 2 4/19/82 D 12 


N 


H 2 5/02/92 3 


5 


1 P07 


H 2 3/12/92 C 


1 


' N C5? 


H 2 4/03/82 6 




N C52 


H 2 4/22/92 


4 


N 


H 2 5/02/°2 e 


7 


N C52 


H 2 5/02/92 3 


7 


N C52 


H 2 11/15/92 3 


2 


U M71 


S 2 11/15/82 


9 


N F25 



S 2 3/12/92 D 1 

H 2 3/13/32 B 3 

S 2 11/23/92 B 2 

H 2 11/24/82 B 3 



2 


5/23/82 


S 


1 1 


N 


C52 


? 


9/05/92 


c 


1 1 


N 


rs? 


/ 


9/09/92 





1 


N 




2 


9/19/92 


9 


9 


N 


r5? 


7 


1/2b/S2 


H 


in 


N 


r52 


? 


10/10/82 


B 


9 


U 


rs? 


7 


10/31/92 


p 


9 


N 


( 52 


? 


11/14/92 


r. 


1 1 


N 


( 5? 


2 


12/05/82 


E 


9 


N 


C52 



MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



N E 
P 



S 

E 

C PO 



PAGE *5 
1/07/83 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFESENCEt SPORTS 
SEE ALSO CARMICHAEL CUP 
OBSERVATIONS 
ACC SCHOQLJORK LOOKING UP 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. SWIMMING 
SEE ALSO SHIMMING 

STATE CLAIMS xeFT, ACC TITLE 
MISS WALSH SETS U.S. BACKSTRO<E MARK 
WOLFPACK, TAR HEELS REPEAT SWIM VICTORIES 
UNC. STATE SWIM TO WINS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, TENNIS 
DUKE ENDS CLEMSON WIN STREAK 

DUKE ACC FAVORITE , . 

BLUE DEVILS GUNNING FOR FIRST TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP 
ARLOSOROV BEATS ODDS. DUKE'S tQES 
ACC TENNIS 

DUKE STARTS FAST IN ACC TENNIS 
DUKE LOOKS FOR ACC CAP ON YEA3 
DUKE CAPTURES FIRST TENNIS TITLE 
DUKE'S LEBAR GOES OUT WITH TITLE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, TRACK 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SPORTS, TRACK 
SEE ALSO TRACK 

N.C. STATE ACC TRACK FAVORITE 

N.C. STATE'S RUNNERS ON TRACK TO DERAIL MARYLAND 

JAVELIN SWEEP HANDS CLEMSON LEAD 

DUKE STARTS FAST IN ACC TENNIS 

REVIEW CF RULES GAINS STATE TIE FOR TRACK TITLE 

'PACK SHARES TRACK CROWN 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFEOENCE, WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO WOMEN. SPORTS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLSI 

UNC WOMEN SEEDED FIRST 

CLEMSON' S BARBARA KENNEDY SETS EXAMPLE FOR OPPONENTS TO FOLLOW 

N.C. STATE, UNC OPEN WITH WINS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, WRESTLING 
SEE ALSO WRESTLING 

STATE CROWD INFLUENTIAL 

N.C. STATE'S UPPER-JEIGHT STRENGTH GIVES PACK SLIGHT EDGE OVER UNC 

STATE, CAROLINA MOVE TO FORE 3N ACC'S MAT 

N.C. STATE POWERS TO ACC WRESTLING TITLE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE SPORTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION ' 
SEE ATLANTIC COAST SPORTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION 

ATLANTIC COAST SPORTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, REPORTERS 

SAMPSON, WORTHY HEAD ALL-ACC TEAM 
DEVILS PICKED FIFTH 

ATLANTIC INTPACOASTAL WATERWAY 
SEE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 

ATLANTIC PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. 
SEE ALSO LIGGETT GROUP 
SEE ALSO PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO. 
LIGGETT FIRM BUYS BOTTLER 

ATLANTIC RICHFIELD 

OIL FIRM FILES PLANS TO DRILL ON N.C. COAST 

ATOMIC BOMBS 

SEE ALSO BOMBS 

SEE ALSO HIROSHIMA 

SEE ALSO JAPAN 

N.C. MAN REMEMBERS FLIGHT OVER HIROSHIMA 

THE ATOMIC CAFE (FILMI 

A SAD 'CAFE' ENLIGHTENS 

ATOMIC ENERGY 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR ENERGY 

TRIANGLE SCIENTISTS STUDY ATOM IN DUKE LABORATORY 
LAB STUDIES CONSTRUCTIVE USE 3F ATOM 
FUSION OFFERS BRIGHT PROMISE FQR THE FUTURE 

ATOMIC SAFETY LICENSING BOARD 

N-PLANT PREHEARING CONFERENCE HELD 



s 


7 


6/05/B2 


A 


B 




u 


F?S 


H 


2 


3/08/92 


d 


2 




J 


on 


H 


? 


2/l<>/82 


r 


A 




N 




H 


? 


2/27/B2 


H 


3 




N 




H 


/ 


2/2S/82 


B 


10 




N 




s 


2 


3/01/92 


D 


8 




N 




H 


7 


4/05/82 


B 


3 


D 


N 


rs? 


S 


7 


<,/15/e2 


B 


7 


P 


N 


1)18 


H 


? 


4/16/82 


( 


1 


P 


N 


( s/ 


H 


? 


'./17/82 


B 


/ 


P 


F 


M71 


S 


? 


<./17/e2 


A 


H 


P 


P 


C')6 


s 


■> 


<,/l7/82 


A 


9 




N 




H 


7 


<./19/82 


H 


1 




N 


Mn 


H 


7 


<./l'5/92 


h 


/ 


P 


N 


M/l 


s 


2 


<./l<>/82 


D 


3 


P 


N 


uia 



s 


7 


4/13/82 


n 


7 


H 


? 


4/16/82 


c 


1 


H 


/ 


4/17/92 


H 


7 


S 


7 


4/17/82 


A 


9 


H 


7 


4/18/82 


A 


1 


s 


2 


4/19/82 


U 


12 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



2/19/92 C 3 
2/26/82 C 1 
2/27/82 B 2 



1/30/62 A 9 N R66 

2/26/82 CI F C52 

2/28/82 B 10 N C52 

3/01/82 B 2 P N C52 



3/04/82 1 
7/21/82 D 1 



H 2 10/15/82 A 15 N 
S 2 10/01/82 A 1 N 



H 2 8/07/82 A 3 N 

H 2 10/29/82 D 8 R S66 



S 2 6/03/92 C 6 N 
H 2 6/04/82 All N 
H 2 12/31/82 A 4 E 



H 1 7/16/82 B 



ARTIST GIVES VIEW OF ATOM 
ATOMS, ESP FEATURED 
SCIENCE INSPIRES ATOMIC ART 

ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HYPERACTIVITY 
SEE ALSO LEARNING DISABILITIES 
WHEN BEHAVIOR DOESN'T ADD UP 

AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO ART AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO FLEA MARKETS 

SEE ALSO MOCK TOBACCO AUCTION 

SEE ALSO OALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT, AUCTIONS 

LOCAL HISTORY ON AUCTION. . . AT THE LYNCH FAMILY ESTATE 

LINKS' AUCTION IS THIS SUNDAY 

TREASURES TO BE AUCTIONED 

CHARITY AUCTION PLANNED 

THEY "SOLD OFF' THE POOR 

ORANGE ANIMAL SOCIETY'S AUCTION IS THIS WEEKEND 

BENEFICIAL ILLIANCE 

AUDIO-VISUAL SPECIALISTS 

MAN RETURNS A TELEVISION, OPENS FIRE ON STORE CLERK 
IRATE CUSTOMER FIRES GUNSHOTS 

AUDITORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE AUDITORS OF'SICE 

FIRM CONTINUES AUDIT OF HEART ASSOCIATION 

CETA AUDIT FINDS NO MISAPPROPRIATION 

CARRBORO STICKS WITH AUDITORS 

AUDITOR: S3I PROBE ASKED OF ACT FUNDS 

TWO COMPANIES BIO ON AUDIT OF TOWN, HOUSING AUTHORITY 

AUGUST 

STEAMY AUGUST 

AUNT SUE'S DOUGHNUTS £ ICE CREAM SHOP 

BATHROOM INTRUDER TAKES MONEY BOXES 
THIEVES BREAK INTO BAKERY 



S 2 9/07/82 A 3 N M23 

S 2 9/09/82 D 9 D I 

H 2 9/17/82 D 1 P F W66 



H 2 8/01/82 E 1 P F 330 



2 3/26/92 
2 4/15/82 
2 9/16/92 

1 10/14/82 

2 11/13/82 
2 11/19/82 
2 11/21/62 



S 2 
H 2 



3/08/92 
3/08/82 



3/27/92 
4/20/82 
4/28/82 
5/01/92 
9/15/82 



6/12/62 
6/13/82 



1 
ID 
12 
12 



H 2 8/06/82 A 



N 971 

N 



N 

N M23 



MONTHLY/AN 



■NUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - U/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 46 
1/07/83 



■MOW TO COMHIT CRIME' 

AUTHORS 

SEE WRITERS. «1.C. 

SUTISM 

SEE ALSO CHILORfN. HANDICAPPED 

SEE ALSO KENTAL ILLNESS 

SEE ALSC "ENTALLY RETARDED 

SEE ALSC TEACCH (TREATMENT C EOJCATION OF AUTISTIC C COMMUN. 

JAPANESE TO ATTEND SEMINAR 

RESPITE HOME AIDS OTHERS 

AUTO EKHAUST SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO ACCIOENTSi CARBO«: MONO' IDE 
SEE ALSO AUTO POLLUTION 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, EMISSIONS 

EXHAUST EMISSION CHECKS TO BE; IN IN MECKLENBURG 

»UTO INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO CHRYSLER CORP. 

SEE ALSO FORD MOTOR CO. 

SEE ALSO GENERAL MOTORS 

SEE ALSO JAPAN. AUTO INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO TOYOTAS 

AUTO CONTRACTS HOLD HOPE FOR THE INDUSTRY 

CAR CREDIT N]T NECESSARY 

THE CAR show: PROUDEST HAS THE BLUE COLLAR MAN 

AUTO INDUSTRY. IMPORTS 
SEE ALSO IMPORTS 

6ILL WOULD PROTECT COSTLY INEFFICIENCY 
PROTECTIONIST BILLS DO MORE HARM THAN GOOD 

AUTO INDUSTRY. N.C. 

AUTO INDUSTRY SKID IS BEING FELT BY MANUFACTURERS ACROSS STATE 

AUTO INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

INSURANCE LAJ SPARKS DISPUTE 

INSURANCE APPEAL PLANNED 

NEW RATES SET FOR SMALL CARS 

INGRAM RIPS BILL TO REMOVE OIl/ISION FROM INSURANCE OEPT. 

STATE HOUSE APPROVES BUDGET. SALARY FREEZE 

LEGISLATURE ENACTS FUEL COST :hANGES 

CAR INSURANCE BILL PUSHED ASHE 

LEGISLATO'S BLAME INGRAM FOR INSURANCE BILL'S DEFEAT 



HANDICAPPED 



AUTO INSURA 
SEE ALSO 
COURT 
INGRAM 
SURCha 
I'JGR AM 
INSURA 
INSURA 
DECISI 
INTEGO 
LOWER 
INGOA" 
NO INS 
LFGISL 
SEN4T0. 
AUTC I 
AUTO I 
INGRAM 
OUI COI 



NCE RATES 

INSURANCE 
UPHOLOS 6 
: NATIONWI 
RGE BLAME 

WANTS RES 
NCE FIRM S 
NCE FIRM P 
ON ASKED 
N CAN STIL 
INSURANCE 

NOT READY 
URANCE CLA 
ATuOE: HOU 
RS RELENT 
NSURANCE I 
NSURANCE R 

REJECTS P 
NVICTION C 



RATES 
PERCENT AUTO I 

OE Should appe 

EXCHANGED 

TORATION OF HI 

AYS DISPUTE HO 

LANS TO SUE ST 



OFFER 
RATES SO 
TO TAKE 
SSIFICAT 
SE APPRO 
ON 5DUCA 
NDUSTRY 
ATE HIKE 
ROPOSAL 
OULO HIK 



REDUCE 
UGHT F 

STANO 
ION CH 
VES 8! 
TION 3 
SEEKS 

RE0U5 

TO in: 

E INSJ 



NSURANCE RATE HIKE 
AL RULING 

S RATE-MAKING POWERS 
LOING UP RATE REDUCTIONS 
ATE 

RATES 

OR SAFE DRIVERS 

ON INSURANCE CHANGES 
ANGES URGED BY PANEL 
LL TO REPLACE LEGISLATORS. 
UDGET ACTION 
RATE HIKES IN N.C. 
ST REJECTED 
REASE CAR INSURANCE 
RANGE COSTS BY $1,000 



«UTO INSURANCE SURCHARGES 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE RATES 
SEE ALSO N.C. REINSURANCE FACILITY 

REINSURANCE POOL LOWERS SURCHARGE 

REINSURANCE FACILITY SAID NOW ON ROAD TO STABILITY 

SURCHARGE BLAME EXCHANGED 

INGRA" WANTS RESTORATION OF HIS RATE-MAKING POWERS 

INGRAM BACKS PATE CUT BILL 

INGRAM BLASTS SAFE-DRIVER SURCHARGE IDEA 

AUTO LIA5ILITY INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO AUTO INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO N.C. OEPT. OF INSURANCE 

STATE NOT CHECKING AUTO INSURANCE ROUTINELY 

NEW POLICY "AKES ENFORCEMENT OF STATE INSURANCE LAW DIFFICULT 

REINSURANCE FACILITY SAID NOW ON ROAD TO STABILITY 

LOWER INSURANCE RATES SOUGHT = OR SAFE DRIVERS 

NO INSURANCE CLASSIFICATION CHANGES URGED BY PANEL 

AUTO MAINTENANCE 

TAKING THE MYSTERY OUT OF SPRING/SUMMER CAR CARE. 

GET OFF TO A GOOD START THIS WINTER: CARE FOR YOUR CAR 

GST OFF TO A GOOD START THIS WINTER: SEE THE IMPORTANT CAR CARE TIPS 

AUTO POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO AUTO EtHAUST SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS. EMISSIONS 

EXHAUST PROGRAM MAY BE 0ELAYE3 

SAVE THE WHALES (CARTOON! 

EXHAUST E"ISSION CHECKS TO 9EGIN IN MECKLENBURG 

MFCKLENBURG AUTO EMISSSION PLAN OPPOSED 

EMISSIONS TESTS BEGIN 

AUTO EMISSION TESTING STARTS IN MECKLENBURG 

ANTI-TAMP6RING LAW 

AUTO REGISTRATION 

CITY STICKERS CAUSING CONFUSION 

NO GRACE PERIOD FOR OLD CITY STICKERS 

AUTO REPA IP 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, LEMONS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 

GET OFF TO A GOOD START THIS WINTER: CARE FOR YOUR CAR 

GET OFF TO A GOOD START THIS WINTER: SEE THE IMPORTANT CAR CARE TIPS 

IN THE FRIENDLY CITY 

AUTO SAFETY 

SE_E ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 

SEE ALSO SAFETY 

SFE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 

BUCKLING UP MAKES SENSE 

DUBIOUS DEVICES 

AUTO SEARCHES 



S 

N E E 

P D DATE C 

H J 6/25/82 A 



CHILDREN 

H 2 8/14/82 
S 2 10/09/82 



H 2 5/26/82 A 14 



H 2 4/19/92 A 
S 2 6/09/92 A 
H 2 10/24/82 C 



12/14/92 A 
12/19/82 D 



E 
E 
U H49 



H 1 2/23/S2 6 



H 


J 


1/08/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/28/82 


B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/21/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/15/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/16/82 


B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/17/82 


B 


2 


N 


S 


2 


6/23/92 


C 


14 


N 


H 


2 


b/zi^/az 


A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


2/03/92 


A 


1 


N 


s 


2 


2/06/82 


A 


13 P N 


H 


2 


2/13/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 


2 


2/18/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


3/11/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


3/14/92 


A 


7 


N 


s 


2 


3/16/82 


A 


12 


N 


s 


2 


3/24/92 


A 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/31/92 


A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


4/01/92 


B 


4 


N 


H 


■? 


4/29/92 


A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


6/12/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/23/82 


A 


q 


N 


H 


2 


7/01/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


10/01/82 


A 


1 


N 


s 


2 


10/01/82 


c 


8 


N 


H 


1 


11/06/82 


6 


1 


N 



7 


2/03/82 


A 


3 


N 


7 


2/05/92 


r 


5 


N 


? 


2/13/82 


A 


5 


N 


? 


2/18/82 


A 


6 


N 


2 


6/14/82 


A 


1 


N 


2 


11/20/82 


A 


1 


N 



H 


? 


1/11/82 A 


1 3 


N 


s 


? 


1/11/82 A 


9 


N 


H 


7 


2/05/82 C 


5 


N 


H 


7 


3/31/82 A 


1 6 


N 


H 


2 


if/Zt/SZ A 


li 


N 



H 2 5/18/82 1 
S 2 10/19/92 D 1 P 
H 2 10/20/82 1 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1/21/92 

4/21/92 

5/26/92 

9/02/92 

10/14/82 

12/02/82 

12/07/82 


3 
A 
A 
A 

c 

B 
A 


2 

4 

14 

15 

13 

3 

9 


N 

T T 

N 

N 

N 
N 
N 


2 
2 


2/02/82 
2/04/82 


3 

a 


1 

1 


C N 
N 



H 2 7/30/82 B 1 U 

S 2 10/19/92 1 P F 

H 2 10/20/92 1 F 

H 2 10/21/82 B 1 U 



S 2 9/28/92 
H 2 12/24/82 



MONTHLY/* 



N N U A L 
1/01/32 



INDEX 
IJ/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 47 
1/07/83 



SEE ALSO SEARCH WARRANTS „ „, 

A DISTURBING TREND ON THE SUPREME COURT 
KEEPING THE FIGHT FAIR 



AUTO SPORTS 

AUTO SPORTS 



•92 SET IN BURLINGTON 



CALIFORNIA) 



AUTO TAXES 

SEE MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

AUTO^<ATED SUPPLY CENTER INC. (VAN MUYSi 
INJUNCTION ISSUED AGAINST F I RX 

lUTOMATIC BANK TELLERS 

SEE ALSO BANKSi DURHAM 
SEE ALSO 2<.-H0UR TELLERS 

NCNP JOINS NATIONAL TELLER MACHINE GROUP 

NCNB TO CHARGE FEE FOR TELLER USE 

SOME BANKERS HOPE TO AVOID SERVICE CHARGES 

AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIPS 
SEE AUTOS. DEALERS 

AUTOPSIES 

AUTOPSY AWAITED 

AUTOS ISEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO CHRYSLER CORP. 
SEE ALSO FORD MOTOR CO. 
SEE ALSO GENERAL MOTORS 
SEE ALSO HUBCAPS 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE MOTOR CLUB 
SEE ALSO PORSCHE 
SEE ALSO TOYOTAS 
SEE ALSO USED CAR DEALERS 

A CRANKY CLUNKER GETS A NEW OWNER 

WISHES AND DREAMS 

AUTOS. ANTIQUE 

SEE ALSO ANTIQUES ,.„ ,. „ 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA VINTAGE CAR CLUB 

VINTAGE wheels: WILEY KEEPS HIS OLD CARS IN TUNE ,.,„„c„, 

MESSING AROUND: SUCKERS (THAT'S A FISHl FIGHT THE ENO CURRENT 
COLLECTORS FORM CLUB ,, ,^ 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
CLASSICS ARE LOTS MORE FUN 

AUTOS. 3LUE LIGHTS 

SEE ALSO POLICE IMPERSONATORS 
SEE ALSO RAPE. N.C. 

BANDITS' VICTIM SHOOTS UP CAR 

FOUR GASTON LAW OFFICERS SUSPENDED 

AUTOS. BREAKING AND ENTERING 

SEE BREAKING AND ENTERING. AUTOS 

AUTOS. DEALERS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, SALES 

"Is'hiS-^^I'oll^EglH^pl'lN N.C. HAVE CLOSED IN "|T TWO YEARS 
DuaHA" AUTO DEALER MAKES ADJUSTMENTS TO STAY PROFITABLE 
ELKINS CREDITS CUSTOMERS. HAR:i WORK 

ELKiNS Shuns crying towel 

SALE OF FULL-SIZED CARS INCREASES IN DURHAM 

N.C. AUTO DEALERS OPPOSE WARNINGS 

HOWARD FORD MOVING 

LETTE" struck wrong NERVE 

AUTOS. EMISSIONS 

SEE ALSO AUTO EXHAUST SYSTEMS 
SEE ALSO AUTO POLLUTION , ,„ 

AUTO FXHAUSTS SEEN INFLUENCING WEATHER 
EXHAUST PROGRAM MAY BE DELAYED 

ENVIRONMENTAl'"&ROUP not impressed with clean-air plan FOR MECKLENBURG 

save the whales (cartoon) 

exhaust emission checks to begin in mecklenburg 
mfcklenpurg auto emisssion plan opposed 
EMISSIONS tests begin 

AUTO EMISSION TESTING STARTS IN MECKLENBURG 
COUNTIES' ROADS FUNDS AT STAKE 

AUTOS. FIRES 

SEE ALSO FIRES, N.C. , 

DURHAM M4N GETS LEG BURNS IN VAN FIRE 
APSON PROBED IN AUTO FIRE 

AUTOS. LEMONS 

SEE ALSO AUTO REPAIR 

N.C. CONGRESSMEN OPPOSE CAR RJLE 
NADER-STYLE CONSUMER PROTECTION TOO COSTLY 

'"'^sIe AUTOs'"(SEE also names of SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
SEE CHRYSLER CORP. 
SEE FORD MOTOR CO. 
SEE GENERAL MOTORS 

AUTOS. SAFETY 

SEE AUTO SAFETY 

AUTOS. SALES 

^ DURHAM AUTO DEALER MAKES ADJUSTMENTS TO STAY PROFITABLE 
SALE OF FULL-SI2E0 CARS INCREASES IN DURHAM 
THE CAR SHOW: PROUDEST WAS THE BLUE COLLAR MAN 
LOWER INTEREST RATES BOOST NEW CAR SALES 

AUTOS. SMALL , „, 

NEW RATES SET FOR SMALL CARS 

AUTOS. THEi=TS 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS, THEFTS 

ARREST ENDS CHAPEL HILL CHASE 

2-STATE AUTO THEFT RING SAID 3R0KEN 

COURT UPHOLOS CONVICTIONS 

FOUR ACCUSED OF MAIL CAR THEFT 

3 HELD IN BURNING OF VAN 

DURHAM DEPUTY GOES TO FIRE, CHASES CAR 

THIEF STEALS S<.0 IN CASH, KEYS, CAR 

POLICE NEED INSTINCTS 

THE LAW WORKED AS INTENDED 

SENATOR INDICTED: TRIAL DATE IS SET 

UNSELFISH CITIZEN HELPS FIND HIS VAN 



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DATE 


S 

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C 


I 

L 
PG L 


T 
Y 
P 


H 2 
S 2 


6/04/82 
6/15/92 


A 
A 


4 
4 


E 
E 


H 1 


10/06/82 


8 


I 


N 



H 2 2/02/92 B 12 



H 2 <./ll/82 10 
H 2 10/05/82 B 1 
S 2 10/12/92 A 3 



S 2 9/13/82 C I 



2 l/2'./82 
2 12/27/82 A 



U G33 

E 



? 


3/10/82 


B 


1 


p 


F 


L30 


? 


5/24/82 


B 


) 




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S36 


? 


9/09/92 


(, 


) 


P 




R9 1 


7 


10/15/82 


1) 


6 


P 


N 




2 


11/05/82 


D 


1 






H66 



5/06/82 A 8 
5/29/82 C 12 



H 




1/13/82 


B 


1 


N 


H 




2/22/82 




12 


N 


s 




2/24/82 




1 P 


F 


s 




2/25/92 




4 


b 


s 




5/20/82 




1 


N 


H 




5/23/82 




5 


N 


s 




5/27/82 




1 


N 


H 




6/30/82 




6 


N 



H 


7 


1/20/92 


A 


6 


N 


H 


7 


1/21/92 


3 


2 


N 


H 


7 


1/22/92 


A 




t 


S 


7 


2/02/82 


» 


6 


N 




7 


4/21/92 


A 






H 


7 


5/26/82 


A 


14 


N 


H 


7 


9/02/92 


A 


1 5 


N 


s 


7 


10/14/92 


C 


1 3 


N 


H 


7 


12/02/32 


H 


S 




H 


2 


12/27/82 


A 


1 


N 


S 


7 


7/06/82 


B 


7 


N 


s 


2 


9/29/82 


B 


1 




H 


7 


5/27/82 


A 


7 


N 


H 


2 


6/09/92 


A 


4 


t 



2/22/82 

5/20/82 

10/24/92 

11/29/92 



12 
1 



N 

N S83 
U H49 
N S83 



H 2 5/21/92 A 



7 


10/02/92 


A 


1 3 


N 


7 


1/19/82 


rt 


9 


N 


7 


1/20/92 


C 


7 


N 


7 


4/02/92 


A 




N 


1 


4/23/92 


ri 


1 


N 




7/29/82 


A 






7 


8/19/92 


H 


7 


N 


7 


9/10/92 


A 


4 


t 


7 


9/13/92 


A 


5 


L 


7 


9/14/92 


A 


1 1 


N 


2 


9/21/82 


A 


4 


L 



MONTML»/ANN U * L 



INDEX 
12/31/92 



JUDGE OISXISSES I OF 3 CHARGES »G«INST SENATOR 
^ Hnpc TNOICTED IN •COLCOR* P^OBE 

foSSIr oK?i»I SoAan cSargeo im fraud scheme 

'"111 );f?8'U55ALISH. OURHA. ^^ ,„„ ^^„^ 

MAN FACES VANDALISM HcARING 

30N0 IS INCREASED IN VANOALIS" CASc 

POLICE ciARGE SECOND TEEN IN CAR VANDALISM 

detective: vandalism 3ON0S TK HIGH 



npTFCTIVE SAYS 30N0 TOO HIGH 

YOUTH CITED IN VANOALIS" OUT ON |OND 

E0"aS0S: vandalism TO 3E take:;,serio 



ND 
FDJAROS: VANDALISM TO 3t lARfJ iC^IOUSLY 
Lac""f CONSISTENCY IN BONDS 'UZZLING 
CAR KINDOHS CRACKED 



AUTRYVILLE.^N.C.^^^^^^^ ITS 0UTL0O< 

AVIATION GROUP l^C. 

REPORTS ON EARNINGS „„„,,, 
AVIATION GROUP SHOWS A PROFIT 

"'Pi ttl^ JfJ^SrvS's^i? lWr\^>t\sTu'\h.u. AWARD 

SEF ALSO CARLIE 3. SESSOMS AWARD 

111 'Atig liXI^RNSS^fAilfD^loR SLAVERY AND HEROISM 

I tih ^l^l'l ?^Si5 ?Y*S="i.^ELLENCE AWARDS PROGRAM 
IP t\.\n HISTORIC PRESEPVATION SOCIETY OF N.C.. INC. 
SEE ALSO JEFFERSON AWARDS 
Pi ALSO mSyFLOUER SOCIETY AWARD 
SEE ALSO MORRISON AWARD 
SEE ALSO NATHAN YELTON AWARD 
5=1 ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. AWARDS 
SEE ALSO 0. MAX GARDNER AWARD .^.„„ 
SE= ALSO OUTSTANDING YOUNG MEN'S 4-*«D , 
11= 41 Id OUTSTANDING YOUNG WOMEN OF AMERICA 
III tt" OUtItaNOING youth VOLUNTEER AWARD 
SEE ALS-i PATTERSON MEDAL 
sl= ALS^ R.E. JONES PRCORAM AHA^O 
SEE ALST RECORDS INO FIRSTS 
SEE ALSO RENSSELAER MEDAL 

111 ttlo 5o"e" R. HERMANN AWARD 
SEE ALSO ROSA PARHS AWARD , ^, 
1=1 ALSO SAFETY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS 
SE= ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS 

I f e ^ii^^i?o5%J^^oi^?5N'^? E 

11 ttlS \".ii.r.U'Bnli>'WAf1l.l.. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, 

ll ItP liK\i: 31 ;!:^::^::t?ll: Sit!:: JSISEIllor-s annual awards 

FSSAY WINNERS 

2l3LEv« *e'a?S to go TO SANFORO. SPAULDING 

SANFORO CHA-aER PRESENTS AWARDS 

y=age= receives leadership award 
yeace' finalist for award 
fir s=rvice to mankind 

KlnANIAN OF THE YEAR 
Y=AGE= RECEIVES AWARD 
R-r,-S. HAVIS GETS AWARD 
imHtta KRFPS ■ilr4S CITIZENS AWARD 
KREPsT SnCHT RECEIVE CITIZENS CITATIONS 

ilAiffiiiPLsJ!Erlo'SI?i!3E SAFE RDS 

UNC DENTAL AWARDS PRESENTED 
JUOItS CLNEY WINS NATIONAL AWARD 

Di nfy recfives Award for 300k 

hit ".^',l4r.i i?Ss^SA3gR^?lA5i?H"^ITERARY A,ARD 
lin^F^TY^^SSa?? :?N'^S!i?^w*;S§°l0R journalism 

receive awards 
REC=ivE recognition 

AWARD winners 
WINS MUSIC AwARO 

receives Award 

T"E OTHER superstars 

»ILLISMS0N wins AWARO , ,^ 

reynolds tobacco co. gets awards 
four^3unn'st3oents win national awards 

^i^s:,^ri^;ri!b;js^?iag?ssi-iRSocRiNOLOGY 

DURHAM HAN WINS AWARD FOR wRITINu 
STORY WINS FIRST PRIZE 
YEAGER CfED »Y LIBRARIANS 
FINANCE OFFICER IS HONORED 
ROGERS RECEIVES ACADEMIC HONORS 
YEAGER GETS SCHOOL AwARO 

ORANGE COUNTY GETS AWARO 

cilNjiTT 5e"i5es award for emviron-ental work 
3 tar'heels to 3E honored 

THRlE''sT5DENts°wIN AWARDS FOR ARTWORK 

HISTORIAN REC=IVES NATIONAL AWARO 

SeDIATrFcIANS' GROUP HONORS OR. JAY ARENA 

DR. APEii GETS PEDIATRICS AWARDS 

ATWATER HONORED 

HEN"EL GETS AWARDS 

WATTS WINS NATIONAL AWARD 

ISENHOUR GETS AWARD 

STEIN TO RECEIVE "WARD 

^^?STNES^N''PREO?N?ION• award 

8"GiTElAF\SuAXE G6I5 °«SS't^'"°'* "* ° 
DURHAM FIRM TO GET CERTIFICATE 
DR. BUSSE TO GET AWARD 
SSlRr'll^.-BtrSHlS"^^ SPEIGNER- S NAME 

lixE'ErdTf rHo5r°A^w'AgE ^"" 



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p 6 


DATE 


C 


?G L 


P BYL 




H 2 


10/05/82 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


10/21/82 


A 


1 


N »54 




S 2 


10/21/B2 


A 


1 


N 




S 2 


<./13/92 


A 


1 


N U57 




H 2 


<./14/e2 


B 


1 


N A54 




S 2 


<t/l<./?2 


C 




N 




H 2 


<,/15/92 


3 




N 




S 2 


'./l5/»2 


C 




N U57 




H 2 


4/16/82 


3 


1 


N 454 




S 2 


h/lb/'Z 


C 


4 


N 




H 2 


<./17/82 


A 


12 


" .= -. 




S 2 


4/19/02 


A 


1 


N U57 




S 2 


4/19/52 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


7/I3/B2 


A 


9 


N 




S 2 


2/24/82 


C 


15 


N 




H 2 


2/14/82 


D 


10 


N 




H 2 


8/23/82 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


10/29/32 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


12/22/82 


A 


11 


N 





CEREMONY 


S 2 


2/04/82 = 2 S S C|6 




S 2 


2/18/82 A 11 P P R91 




S 2 


2/22/92 C 5 N 




H I 


2/24/82 3 1 ^ „. 




S 2 


3/02/92 El N DOB 




H 2 


3/03/92 A 15 N 




H 2 


3/04/62 A 12 P P S76 




H 2 


3/04/82 A 13 P P C56 




S 2 


3/13/82 A 10 N 




H 1 


3/17/82 a IN 




H 2 


3/1B/82 3 1 P N 




S 2 


3/13/92 A 10 N 




S 2 


3/18/82 A 11 N 




S 2 


3/19/92 A 5 P P R91 




H 2 


4/01/B2 A 25 N 




H 1 


4/09/82 B 1 N 




S 2 


4/39/82 A 5 N 




H 2 


4/22/82 B 1 P N 




S 2 


4/22/92 A 15 ■< „^ 




1 2 


4/27/82 B 1 P N J06 




S 2 


4/28/92 A 16 N 




S 2 


4/28/P2 A 16 N 




H 2 


5/04/82 S I » N 




S 2 


5/06/82 A 12 P P T37 




1 2 


5/06/32 C 2 P P R91 




S 2 


5/13/82 A 16 P P S76 




S 2 


5/13/82 C I P ? T37 




1 2 


5/18/82 3 4 P P M65 




H 2 


5/25/82 A 4 E 




S 2 


6/02/92 C 9 N 




H 2 


6/03/82 A 7 N 




S 2 


6/09/92 C 14 P P M66 




H 2 


6/11/92 A 16 N 




S 2 


6/23/82 C 14 P P T37 




S 2 


6/29/92 A 14 N 




S 2 


6/31/82 A 17 N 




H 2 


7/01/82 C 24 N 




S 2 


7/08/82 ? N 




H 2 


7/16/82 3 5 N 




H 1 


7/20/92 BIN 




S 2 


7/20/82 A 5 N 




S 2 


7/21/92 A 6 ^ ^^, 




1 2 


7/23/92 C 4 P P C56 




S 2 


7/29/92 A 14 P P ^ 




S 2 


7/30/82 A 9 P P S76 




S 2 


8/05/82 C 1 N 




H 2 


9/06/82 A 13 N 




S 2 


9/01/92 A 14 P P T37 




S 2 


9/07/82 A 15 ^ N 




S 2 


9/10/32 S 1 P f »15 




H 2 


9/16/92 3 I P N 




S 2 


9/16/82 A 10 N 




S 2 


5/17/82 A 9 N 




S 2 


9/23/92 C IN 




S 2 


10/05/32 3 1 P N 




S 2 


10/19/82 A 6 N 




S 2 


10/13/»2 6 5 N 




S 2 


10/20/82 A 6 N ^ 




H 2 


10/22/82 B 1 P P M66 




H 2 


0/26/92 B 1 N W66 




S 2 


3/27/82 A 10 N 




H 2 


0/29/82 C 5 P N 




S 2 


0/29/92 A 6 N 




S 2 


0/30/82 A 20 N 




H 2 


1/05/92 All N 




S 2 


11/03/92 A 3 N 



MONTHLr/4 



HAMMONDS TO RECEIVE AWAOQ 

KATE SMITH 

ASSOCIATION HONORS TWH UNC PR3F5. 

COUNCIL WINS ARTS AWARDS 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 49 
1/07/83 



DUKE STUDENT 



AZALEA FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO WILMINGTON. M.C. 

TV STAR IN AZALEA FESTIVAL 

UNC TEAMMATES TO BE AT FESTIVAL 

JORDAN TO LEAD PARADE 

AZALEA PARAOE ATTRACTS 85.000 DESPITE SHOWERS 

AZALEA PARK APARTMENTS 

LEGAL BATTLE SPURS FEARS FOR IRANIANS 
IRANIANS FEAR REPRISALS FROM DURHAM LAWSUIT 

AZALEAS 

PREPARING FOR SALE 
AZALEAS INFESTED 
TAKE ACTION 

B-l BOMBERS 

SEE AIRCRAFT. BOMBERS 

B-S2 BOMBERS 

SEE ALSO AIRCRAFT, BOMBERS 

AIR FORCE SWAPS B-52' FOR JET FIGHTERS 
FIRST B-52S BEGIN LEAVING N.C. BASE 
BASE MAY GET KC-IO TANKERS 



G GRILL 
POLICE 



PROBE BREAK-INS 



■> C G PIPE SHOP. INC. 

SPEE DEE QUE PLANS MOVE INTO 9tG PIPE SHOP SPACE 

PIPE SHOP MUST FIND NEW HOME 

SHINE ON: TOLER LOOKING FOR NSW STAND 

aCG FINDS NEW HOME 

3CG PIPE SHOP TO MOVE 

COMPANY NOTES 

B C G: IN DOWNTOWN DURHAM. IT STANDS FOR BEN AND GUS 

BB GUN 

SEE ALSO GUNS 

VANDALS SHOOT OUT WINDOWS OF 100 CARS 
WOMAN HIT BY BB WHILE OPIVING CAR 

B8J CORP. 

ALLENTON REALTY BUILDING SOLO 

=. EVERETT JORDAN DAM 

A TEST: WHAT IF THE JORDAN DAH BURST? 

THOUSANDS DEDICATE JORDAN LAKE 

DAM'S DEDICATION DRAWS CROWD 

CELEBRATORY SUNDAY 

MONCURE IS CLOSE TO LAKE. NOT CLOSE TO BOAT RAMPS 

■?. EVERETT JORDAN DAM. DEDICATION 

THOUSANDS DEDICATE JORDAN LAKE 
DAM'S DEDICATION DRAWS CROWD 
CELEBRATORY SUNDAY 

'. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 

JORDAN LAKE MAY BE LACED WITH ALGAE 

JORDAN LAKE BOAT RAMPS READY. WATER IS RISING 

ALL wET: RAINS RAISING LAKES 

JORDAN BOAT RAMPS TO OPEN IN XAY 

FUNDS SOUGHT FOR LAKE PROJECTS 

GOOUP OUT TO CLEAN UP HAW RIVER 

HUNT TO SPEAK AT CEREMONIES FIR JORDAN LAKE 

LAKE FUND CUTS DECRIED 

THE YEAR 2000: AREA'S TIGHT S3 I L COULD BE BOON 

SLIDE SHOW FOCUSES ON POLLUTED HAW 

HUNT ATTENDING JORDAN DEDICATION 

JORDAN LAKE DEDICATION SET 

BUSINESS LOOKING UP IN JORDAN LAKE AREA 

JORDAN EYED AS LONG-TERM WATE5 SOURCE 

DURHAM PANEL EYES WATER FROM JORDAN 

DWASA EYES JORDAN LAKE. . . 

. . .WHICH HAS WIPED OUT SOME WHITEWATER 

QPANGE MAY SEFK JORDAN WATER 

TRAIL GROUPS TO GATHER 

COUNCIL MAY GET NUCLEAR FREEZE ISSUE 

GOOD PASS FISHING PREDICTED FOR JORDAN LAKE 

STATE SEEKS FUNDS FOR JORDAN. FALLS RECREATION AREAS 

COUNCIL CALLS FOR PROTEST OVE^ JORDAN LAKE WATER 

AUTHORITY TO REQUEST LAKE WATER 

JDR1AN WATER OPPOSED 

CROWDS MAR BEAUTY OF NEW JORDAN LAKE 

JORDAN REOUESTS TRICKLE IN 

FUTURF USE OF JORDAN OUESTIONEO 

ADDITIONAL F(Sh STOCKINGS PLANNED FOR JORDAN LAKE 

lake guidelines issued 

durham's water needs not hurting others 

signs posted at jordan lake 

lake zoning to be discussed 

recreational facilities being planned for lakes 

government to build jordan lake facilities 

corps to build facilities at jordan lake 

kerr lake crowds steady despite opening of jordan 

vote against the reservoir bonds 

there ape alternatives to damming little river 

cleaning up spilled oil to ta< e few days 

"abe ruth league 
see also baseball 
see also little league baseball 
durham rips south granville 

baby sitters 

unattended kids left each day in n.c. malls 
lejeune sitter service closed down 

bach apia group 

harmony reigns in bach aria concert 
bach aria program lacked variety 

rachf group 

see bache halsey stuart shields. inc. 

bache halsey stuart shields. inc. 

bache in durham: bigger. spif^ier 
durham firm in suit 

group names durham firm. broker in suit 
stockbroker. firm named in lawsuit 



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S 2 11/10/82 

H 2 11/20/52 

H 2 11/20/82 

S 2 12/18/32 



H 2 2/26/82 8 N 

H 2 4/15/82 A 7 N 

S 2 4/16/82 A 1 N 

H 2 4/19/82 A 9 N 



10/27/82 
10/27/82 



4/15/82 
7/01/82 
7/15/82 



7 P P T37 



S 2 2/12/82 A 10 
H 1 5/D5/62 B 1 
H 2 9/11/82 A 5 



2 


2/22/82 


C 


1 


2 


1/05/82 
1/05/82 
1/07/82 
1/12/82 
1/12/82 
3/14/82 
7/25/82 


A 
C 
B 
A 
A 


c 


1 1 

4 

1 
11 

7 
I 1 

1 



S 2 4/13/92 A 1 N U57 
H 2 7/03/82 B 6 N 



H 2 2/12/82 A 12 



H 2 3/27/82 C I N H50 

S 2 5/01/82 A 3 P N F30 

H 2 5/02/B2 A I P N H50 

H 2 5/D2/92 C I P P S75 

H 1 6/03/82 B 1 M N H50 



5 


2 


5/01/82 


A 




P N 


F30 


H 


2 


5/02/82 


A 




P N 


H6D 


H 


2 


5/D2/82 


C 




P P 


S75 


H 


2 


1/08/82 


B 




M N 


H50 


s 


2 


1/08/82 


C 




N 


F30 


H 


2 


2/D5/82 


B 




N 


H5D 


H 


2 


2/05/82 


B 




N 


H60 


s 


2 


2/09/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


2/10/82 


C 




N 


H6D 


s 


2 


2/10/82 


c 




N 




H 


2 


2/20/82 


B 




N 


L3D 


H 


2 


2/21/82 


A 




M F 


G53 


H 


2 


3/20/82 


c 




N 


L30 


S 


2 


4/09/82 


c 




N 


F30 


H 


2 


4/13/82 


B 




N 




H 


1 


4/23/82 


B 




N 


L30 


H 


2 


5/08/82 


c 


10 


N 


M2 3 


H 


2 


5/11/82 


B 




N 


S51 


H 


2 


5/13/82 


3 




P N 


M2 3 


H 


2 


5/ 3/82 


B 




P F 


L30 


s 


2 


5/13/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


5/22/82 


A 


10 


N 




H 




5/22/82 


B 




N 


W35 


H 


2 


5/23/82 


B 




N 


W50 


H 


2 


6/12/82 


B 




N 




H 


2 


6/22/82 


B 


14 


N 




H 


2 


6/24/82 


p 




N 




s 


2 


6/24/82 


c 


10 


N 




s 


2 


7/D2/82 


A 




E 




H 


2 


7/03/82 


B 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


7/04/82 


C 




N 




H 


2 


7/04/82 


B 


11 


N 




H 


2 


7/27/82 


A 




N 


981 


s 


2 


7/30/62 


C 




N 


M23 


H 


1 


8/03/82 


s 




N 




H 


1 


8/07/82 


B 




N 




s 


2 


3/25/82 


C 




N 


583 


H 


1 


8/31/82 


B 




M N 


H6D 


s 


2 


8/31/82 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 


2 


9/09/92 


B 




N 


H50 


H 


2 


10/25/82 


A 




L 




H 


2 


10/31/82 


D 




F 




H 


2 


12/18/82 


B 




N 





H 2 7/20/82 B 



2/14/82 D 10 
5/14/82 A 13 



H 2 11/05/82 
S 2 11/11/82 D 



H 2 6/20/82 10 

S 2 7/09/82 A 5 

H 2 7/10/82 3 1 

S 2 10/12/82 A 5 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
U/31/S2 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 50 
1/07/83 



9ACH BAY NATIONAL U I L OL I F E REFUGE 

MAN ADMITS ILLEGAL DRIVING ON BEACHES 
VIRGINIA MAY PATROL BACK BAY lEACH 

BACKACHE 

SEE ALSO PAIN 

HANG UPSIDE DOWN, N.C. COMPANY SAYS 
COLCHICINE DEFERS BACK PAIN RELIEF 
SCHOOL LETS WOMAN TURN BACK 0-1 PAIN 
N.C. MEMORIAL SCHOOL HELPS BACK SUFFERERS 
CONTROVERSIAL BACK DRUG FINALLY GETS OK 

OACKUARD MASKING lOF RECORDING TAPES) 
SEE ALSO RECORDING TAPES 

MUSIC aUIZ: WHICH RECORD WOULD MAKE. 

"'lll'StlS &?'s^^fE? nV^'lllo NAM=S OF SPECIFIC DISEASES, 
SEE ALSO INFECTIONS 

GROUP SUPPORTS NEW PCB SOLUTION 

ORANGE COUNTY SEEKS REDWOOD HOT TUB BAN 

ORANGE COUNTY BANS PUBLIC HOT TUBS 

?A0 CHECKS 

SEE ALSO CHECK KITING 
SEE ALSO CHECKING ACCOUNTS 
SEE ALSO "CHECKLESS SOCIETY" 
SEE ALSO CHECKS 

ESCAPEE TURNS HIMSELF IN 

BAD CHECK CHARGE FILED ON NAAC P HEAD 

WORTHLESS CHECK CHARGES FILED AGAINST FRAZIER 

WARRANT AGAINST FRAZIER SAID 'ECALLEO 

CHECK WARRANT RECALLED 

PICKETT MISSES HEARING 

PICKETT FAILS TO ATTEND COURT 

WORTHLESS CHECK CHARGES DISMISSED 

BAD CHECK CHARGES DISMISSED 

OFFICERS SEFK VICKERY ON BAD CHECK CHARGES 

VICKEPY PLEADS GHUILTY TO CHECKS CHARGES 

VICKERY PAYMENT EXPECTED 

WORTHLESS CHECK CHARGES FILED AGAINST CITY OFFICIAL 

WARRANT SERVED ON BROWN 

LEGISLATOR SENTENCED FOR FRAU3 

?AD DE^TS 

SEE ALSO BANKRUPTCY 
SEE ALSO DEBTS 
SEE ALSO DEFAULT 

RISE IN BANKRUPTCIES LINKED TO ECONOMY 

NEW BANKRUPTCY LAW MAKES MONEY COLLECTION TOUGHER 

FIRST UNION SUES HERZIG 

BANK SUES DURHAM LAWYER 

SMALL CLAIMS SUIT A TRYING EXPERIENCE 

APPOINTEE PAYS T-YEAR-OLO DEBT 

COURT OFFICIAL PAYS DEBT 

aAf.PIPES 

MOUNTAINS ECHO BAGPIPE TUNES 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

QAHA' I Fa ITH 

PRAYER SERVICE SCHEDULED FOR S ATURDAY 
TWO CHURCHES REACH 150 YEARS ILD 
SALIM. KING TO GET AWARDS 
RIGHT TO WORSHIP DENIED 

BAHAMA, N.C. 
IS THERE 



S 2 

S 2 



S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



8/17/82 B 
9/03/82 D 



2/04/82 B 

5/04/82 A 

9/06/82 B 

9/13/82 A 

12/08/82 C 



SENSE HEARD BACKWARD? ICARTOONI H 2 5/26/82 A 4 T T R56 



A BEAST ABOUT IN BAHAMA? 



OAHAMA PURITAN CLUB 

SF£ ALSO RURITAN CLUBS 
'COURSE TO OFFER CERTIFICATE IN HUNTING SAFETY 
RURITAN OFFICERS 

""sFE^ALSO CRIMES. N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CRIMES) 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 

DURHA" POLICE MUST TRAVEL OUT OF STATE AGAIN TO GET MAN 

SUSPECT FORCES 2ND POLICE TR I' 

C"URT SYSTEM FLAWED 

WOMAN'S BOND IS INCREASED 

JUDGE RESETS BOND TO 150,000 

RAY GUTHRIE FILES FOR CLERK 

BONO REDUCED FOP DWIGHT BELL 

JUDGE REDUCES BELL'S BOND 

POLICE PROBE ASSAULT 

JUDICIAL WEAKNESS 

C°I"E ENCOURAGED 

OUT ON ?OND: PRELUDE TO MORE CRIME? 

PURPOSE OF bail: TwO PHILOSPHIES CONTINUALLY CLASH 

BAIL BONOS FO' REPEATERS CALLED A DOUBLE-EDGED SwORD 

BOND IS INCREASED IN VANDALIS"^ CASE 

DETECTIVE: VANDALISM BONOS To:? HIGH 

DETECTIVE SAYS BOND TOO HIGH 

YOUTH CITED IN VANDALISM OUT IN BOND 

LACK OF CONSISTENCY IN BONOS PUZZLING 

SUSPECT IN THEFT CHASED. CAPTJRED 

GUTHRIE: BONO FORFEITURES APPLIED UNFAIRLY 

JUOr.E TO RULE ON BOND FOR COLC OR DEFENDANT 

SUSPENSION OF ABC BONDING CO. LIFTED 

BONDS INCRE4SED IN PSO SHOOTING 

B"NO INCREASED FOR MEN CHARGED IN PSO SHOOTING 

BONDS FOR 2 IN PSO CASE CUT TT 45,000 

BONOS FOR 2 LOWERED IN SHOOTING CASE 

DENIAL OF BAIL JUSTIFIED UNOe> SOME CONDITIONS 

12 MILLION BONDS SET IN DRUG RAID 

BAILEY, BANKS AND BIDDLE JEWELRY 
WATCHFS WORTH tl8,7D0 STOLEN 
DONATED TO GOVERNOR'S MANSION 
ACCEPTS SCULPTURE 

BAILEY, N.C. 

COUNTRY DOCTOR MUSEUM 

BAILIFFS 

SEE COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY, BAILIFFS 

BAKERY, CONFECTIONARY AND TOBACCO WORKERS UNION 
LCM, UNION HAVE CONTRACT 
LCM, UNION AGREE ON CONTRACT 

BAK ING POWDER ,„ , „, 

BAKING SODA BREATHES LIFE INTO BAKED GOODS 



8/13/82 
10/15/82 
10/29/82 



12 
1 
5 



H 2 


5/19/B2 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


7/16/82 


B 




N 




S 2 


7/16/82 


A 




N 




H 2 


7/17/82 


e 




N 




S 2 


7/19/82 


A 




N 




H 2 


3/31/82 


A 




N 




S 2 


8/31/82 


B 




N 




H 2 


9/01/82 


B 




N 




S 2 


9/01/82 


A 


22 


N 




S 2 


10/19/32 


A 




N 




H 2 


10/20/82 


A 


1 


J N 


W36 


S 2 


10/20/B2 


C 




N 


846 


H 2 


10/23/82 


a 




N 




S 2 


11/23/82 


A 




N 




H 2 


10/19/82 


B 


14 


N 





2/10/82 A 

2/11/82 A 

7/30/82 A 

7/30/82 A 

11/17/82 A 

11/17/82 B 

11/17/82 A 



N S83 
N S83 



N S51 
N 



7/09/82 
7/09/82 



3/24/82 
9/18/82 
9/18/82 
12/30/82 



15 
6 



H 2 1/08/82 A 1 



2 9/17/82 C 
2 12/28/82 A 



N W60 
P R91 



S 2 


/06/82 


A 


1 


N 


U57 


H Z 


1/07/82 


A 


16 


N 




S 2 


/03/82 


A 




E 




H 2 


1/21/32 


A 


23 


N 




S 2 


1/21/82 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


1/22/82 


B 


1 P 


N 




H 2 


1/22/82 


B 




N 




S 2 


1/22/82 


A 




N 




S 2 


3/13/82 


A 




N 


U57 


S 2 


3/20/82 


A 




E 




H 2 


3/21/82 







L 




H 2 


3/28/92 


A 




G 


B5I 


H 2 


3/28/82 


A 




F 


951 


H 2 


3/29/82 


A 




G 


951 


H 2 


4/15/92 


B 




N 




H 2 


4/16/92 


B 




N 


A54 


S 2 


4/16/82 


C 




N 




H 2 


4/17/82 


A 


12 


N 




S 2 


4/19/82 


A 




E 




H 2 


6/02/82 


A 


12 


N 




S 2 


6/22/82 


B 




N 


C42 


S 2 


8/ 3/92 


A 




N 




H 2 


9/01/82 


8 




N 




H 2 


9/ 1/92 


B 




N 


B51 


S 2 


9/11/92 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


9/ 8/82 


B 




N 


a5i 


S 2 


9/18/82 


A 




N 




S 2 


12/13/82 


A 




E 




H 2 


12/19/92 


A 


14 


N 





H 2 2/23/82 A 11 
H 2 4/15/82 B 1 
S 2 4/15/82 C 1 



T37 
T37 



H 2 7/16/92 D 1 P F W66 



S 2 11/22/92 C 1 
H 2 ll/23/°2 A 1 



N 



N L41 
S 2 3/33/92 B I p F A15 



MONTHLV/A 



K N U 4 L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/62 



SUBJECTS 



N B 
P D 



S 

E 

C PG 



PAGE 5 1 
1/07/83 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



PAK ING SODA 

BAKING SODA BREATHES LIFE INTO BAKED GOODS 
BAKING SODA EFFECTIVE AGAINST GUM DISEASE 

PALANCED GPQHTH 

SEE ECONOMY. N.C. 

SEE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

°ALO 

SEE BALDNESS 

PALD EAGLE 

SEE EAGLES 

PALO HEAD ISLAND 

STATE GIVEN 250 ACRES OF COASTAL LAND 
N.C. PLANS MORE MARSH SANCTUARIES 

""""""IaLDIES- bash: HAIRLESS TO CELEBRATE SATURDAY IN MOREHEAD 

PALLENGER CORP. IS.C.l 

URONO BIDDER NAME GIVEN ,„ ,^ , ^^„„,ec 

TRANSPORTATION BOARD SEEKS FUNDS TO REPLACE 2 FERRIES 
TRANSPORTATION POARD OKS S25 MILLION IN CONTRACTS 

"ALLFT 

SEE ALSO riANCE 

CLASSIC. MODERN FORMS MIXED IN DANCE SEASON 

BALLOONS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. BALLOON 
BALLOONS 101? 
BYE-BYE BALLOON 

PALLOONS. HOT AIR 

SEE ACCIDENTS, BALLOON 
SEE HOT AIR BALLOONS 

PALSAM rfOOLY APHID 

TINY INSECT Is'pNDANGERING STATELY N.C. FRASER FIRS 

BANANAS 

BANANA CROP IN N.C. TAKES WAR" CARE 

"ANCSHARES OF N.C. INC. , ,,„ 

BOARD ACCEPTS BANK OF N.C. NCNB MERGER 
NCNB ANNOUNCES APPROVAL OF MERGER 

BANDS (MUSIC) 

SEE ALSO DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS 

SEE ALSO HIGH SCHOOL BAND FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO "ARCHING BANDS 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. BANDS 

N.C. BAND SELECTED FOR BALL 

DRUM CORPS TO ADD SPIRIT TO TRACK MEET 

PROTESTS OUT OF TUNE 

PANK DEPOSITS 



S 2 

S 2 



3/03/P2 B 1 P F 
5/26/92 C 12 U 



H 2 1/08/B2 B 5 N 
S 2 7/14/82 A 10 N 



H 2 9/07/82 A 



H 2 2/26/82 A 8 N 
H 2 3/13/82 A 3 N 
H 2 5/15/82 A 3 N 



H 2 5/28/82 D 



H 2 11/19/82 B 1 P P T37 
S 2 11/20/82 A 3 P P T37 



H 2 9/21/82 A 9 
H 2 8/05/82 A 19 



H 2 2/06/82 8 12 N 
H 2 11/24/82 B 5 N 



H 2 1/28/82 A 24 N 

S 2 6/24/92 CI N C42 

S 2 10/29/82 A 4 E 



BANK FAIR 

BANK FAIR WILL PROVIDE CONSUMER TIPS 
MALL BANK FAIR SLATED FRIDAY 
FINANCIAL MARKETS CONCERN CONSUMERS 

BANK FRAUD 

SEE ALSO FRAUD 

NCNE HANTS «4 MILLION BACK 

BANK MERGERS 

SEE MERGERS (GENERAL HEADING! 

BANK OF N.C. 

NCNB CONSIDERS BUYING BANK 

BOARD ACCEPTS BANK OF N.C. NCNB MERGER 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT SAYS MAN CLEARED 

NCiNB ANNOUNCES APPROVAL OF MERGER 

9 BRANCHES OF NCNB TO BE SOLD 

NCNB COMPLETES MERGER 

RANK ROBBERY, CHAPEL HILL 
ARMED MAN ROBS BANK 

BANK ROBBERY INVESTIGATION IS CONTINUING 
FBI ARRESTS MAN IN BANK ROBBERY 

PANK ROBBERIES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ARMED ROBBERY, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM 

2 SUSPECTS HELD AFTER BANK ROBBERY 

BONOS REDUCED FOR MEN CHARGED IN BANK ROBBERY 

BANK ROBBERY SUSPECT SURRENDERS WITH «1,2D0 

MAN SURRENDERS IN ROBBERY 

JUDICIAL WEAKNESS 

GUNMAN ROBS DURHAM BANK 

BANK IN BRAGTOWN ROBBED 

NO ARREST MADE IN BANK ROBBERY 

INVESTIGATION CONTINUES INTO WEDNESDAY ROBBERY 

BANK ROBBERY IN PROGRESS 

DURHAM POLICE ARREST MAN IN BANK ROBBERY 

SUSPECT TAKEN IN BANK HOLDUP 

BANK HOLDUP CHARGE LOOMS 

BANK HEIST SUSPECT CHARGED 

BONO SET FOR DURHAM BANK ROBBzRY SUSPECT 

WACHOVIA BRANCH ROBBED 

BANK ROBBERIES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ARMED ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, N.C. 

TERM GIVEN FOR BANK HOLDUP 

EX-HENDFRSON ATTORNEY GETS 15- YEAR TERM 

2 EDEN MEN PLEAD GUILTY IN ST3KES0ALE BANK HOLDUP 

MAN CHARGED IN BANK HOLDUP 

MAN ROBS BRANCH BANK IN FAYETTEVILLE 

TWO SENTENCED IN BANK HOLDUP 

MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBING PANK IN N.C. 

HENDERSON MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 

GUNMAN HOLDS UP BANK 

BURLINGTON MAN FACES CHARGES 

TWO MEN ROB BRANCH BANK IN RALEIGH 

CHARLOTTE MAN HELD IN ROBBERY OF BANK 

GUNMAN POPS BRANCH BANK IN Hi:.H POINT 

POLICE HOLD 1 IN HEIST 



5/22/82 A 
5/26/62 B 
5/29/82 A 



H 2 9/23/82 B 



2 


2/03/82 


r 


17 


N 


7 


2/06/82 


H 


1 7 


N 


7 


2/09/82 


A 


9 


N 


/ 


11/24/82 


ri 


S 


N 


7 


12/12/82 


A 


H 


N 


2 


12/24/82 


t 


3 


N 



H 2 9/25/62 B 1 N W36 

S 2 9/25/82 A 3 N 

H 2 11/20/82 B 1 N W36 





7 


3/19/82 


A 




p 


N 


A54 


s 


7 


3/19/82 


A 




P 


N 


!)■>( 


H 


7 


3/20/82 


C 






N 


A!>4 


s 


7 


3/20/82 


C 






N 




s 


7 


3/20/P2 


A 






y 




s 


7 


7/07/82 


A 






N 


U57 


H 


7 


7/08/R2 


H 






N 




s 


7 


7/08/82 


( 






N 




H 


7 


7/09/82 


( 






N 




S 


7 


7/09/82 


A 






P 




S 


7 


3/19/82 


A 




P 


N 


X17 


H 


7 


S/20/82 


A 






N 


A54 


S 


7 


3/20/82 


r 






N 


F3U 


H 


7 


8/21/82 


K 






N 




s 


7 


3/21/92 


A 


1 6 




N 




s 


2 


9/28/82 


A 


2 




N 





H 




1/05/82 


A 


in 


s 




1/05/82 


K 


6 


H 




1/07/82 


H 


7 


H 




1/08/82 


B 


1 


H 




1/13/82 


B 


I 


H 




1/20/32 


L 


4 


H 




3/25/82 


II 


6 


H 




4/16/82 


A 


1 


S 




4/21/92 


1 


) 


H 




4/22/82 


H 


1 


H 




5/06/82 


A 


9 


H 




5/19/82 


t 


1 7 


S 


7 


6/03/82 


A 


1 


s 


2 


6/23/82 


L 


14 



MONTHLr/«N'< 



GUNMAN ROBS BURLINGTON BANK 

BEAUTY OUEEN USES INSANITY AS OFFENSE 

WOMAN CONVICTED 0^ FOBBING BA'iK 

I CHASE. HOLD BANK 90BBER 

BONO SET FOP nuRHAM BANK B0B8=RY SUSPECT 

EX-HO-ECDMING QUEEN SENTENCED FOR ROBOERY 

S5J' "P^ '^"^ "ISTOL FAILS TO GET MONEY 

DOG HFLPS POLICE IN ARRESTS 

HE'LL JOIN PEN PAL IN PRISON 

MAN HELD IN BANK ROBBERY 

DURHAM MAN HELD IN ROBBERY 

HEN ARRESTED 

JUDGE *«NTS ROBBER TO STAY 

GUNMAN ROBS RALEIGH BANK 

MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 

BANK ROEBERIES DECLINE IN N.C. 



INDEX 
U/31/8J 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE -ii 
1/07/83 



■ UNEMPLOYED- 



BANK ROBBERIES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO ARMED ROBBERY. U.S. 

HAN WANTED IN ROBBERIES ARRESTED 
PRUETT FACES COURT HEARING 
TRIAL SLATED ON JUNE ^1 IN ROBBERY 
SANFORD MAN CHARGED IN HOLDUP 
FBI AGENTS SAID FIRED UPON 
S5.000 REWARD OFFERED 

BANKERS. U.S. 

BANKERS DISCUSS TACTICS FOR AVOIDING BANKRUPTCY 
"ANKING REGULATIONS 

III ^1-12 5t^*^V"-5' I5EE ALSO MAMES OF BANKSI 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

END OF RECESSION NEAR. BANKER SAYS 

BANKERS COOL TO UNIFYING REGULATORS 

BANKRUPTCY 

SEE ALSn BAD DE^TS 
SEE ALSO DEFAULT 

FRIENDSHIP COLLEGE NOT LIKELY TO REOPEN 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN'S FIRM FILES BANKRUPTCY PETITION 

OUTLAW STILL FLYING HIGH DESPITE TAILSPIN 

SIR FREDDIE FOLDS WINGS 

RISE IN BANKRUPTCIES LINKED TO ECONOMY 

LIVING IN DURHAM ON REAGAN'S 3UDGET 

BANKRUPTCY FILING MAY HALT FORECLOSURE IN 14 HOMES 

FURNITURE COMPANY FILES REORGA NI J A TI ON SeTITiSn 

BELK HEIR FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY 

BAD BUSINESS 

THE SUREST COURSE TOWARD BANKRUPTCY 

COMPANY FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY 

f)^?T'Ik'S^.''J'''' '''-"'5 TO CLOSE SOME STORES 

SUIT BROUGHT AGAINST MICA 

MICA FACES CONTRACT SUIT 

BRANIFF GROUNDED 

BANKRUPTCY JUDGE CLEARS E S TE S DRIVE CONDOS FOR SALE 

?o^'"'ySI'^^ FILINGS CLIMB. CREDIT SUFFERS 

I?5 ACIEES TO RELEASE «6l.7B7 IN BACK WAGES 

PAiilEf iJ?s'"R"iiN^?S^?cT' ■"" "" '""''"°'' °' «*" "" 

INDIVIDUAL lANKOUPTCIES HURT BUSINESS 

FARMERS FACE BANKRUPTCY 

DURHAM 'BANKRUPTCIES DOWN 

AREA BANKRUPTCIES DROP OVER FIRST HALF 

SMALL NOTE OF OPTIMISM 

CUSTOMERS WANT MONEY OR FURNITURE 

tir,T,}i'Te':oll'Tlh'ulli\Vy'i\'i^'''° ''' ^"'^ PRECEDENTS 
DINNER THEATER CLOSING 
7 FIRMS SAID ENTITLED TO J75,0DO 

B:^;i=ot"nTc?F,cl'5!5T?i^t'tiS «CAINST HUNTER DOUGLAS INC. 
DEL5R?A^°(C«T^0Nr '" "" "OIOING BANKRUPTCY 

FUS'§ESi?'slf iF^^^Sf.^fAT^aS"'"- ''^" ™ «'«^«"^TCY 

l-iE^K ^Itll 'aSSKSSg?^r'""°' "'"'" "^"'"^ " 

BANKRUPTCY 

IMC MAY OWE $?50 MILLION 

BANKRUPTCY COURTS SAID RUNNIN". WELL 

BANKRUPTCY COURTS HELD OPERATING NORMALLY IN N.C. 

BANKRUPTCY COURT. DURHAM 

SEE U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT 

'ANKRUPTCY LAWS 

LOANS TO RENTERS SAID BEING CJ T SHARPLY 

NEW BANKRUPTCY LAW MAKES MONEY COLLECTION THMGHFR 

s^ii'::iA-F'?Y?rES^is^:32^i*?svg^A;i£[i "^°""^"" "^^^ 

BANKS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO AUTOMATIC BANK TELLERS 

SEE ALSO CHECKING ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS' 

ill in?, 5j^i;5Si t^pL^pgr '"°'^"T""*5' ■=""«"" 

ScSII'mJ; yi'?^"'^ INQUIRE ABOUT RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS 

DEMAND FOR 3-MONTH CERTIFICATES EXPECTED 

FINANCIAL MARKETS CONCERN CONSUMERS 

JNO MORTGAGES ARE POPULAR 

CONSUMER LOAN DEMANDS VARY AT BANKS 

BANK SERVICE CHARGES CREEP UPWARD 

°hlV>%'!.\':T4 ^SlR'^iaArjA^L^'s'"'""^ '" "'*~'^'-^ """ 
BANKS OFFFRING BROKERAGE SERVICES 

DURHAM PANKS PLAN TO OFFER NEW MONEY MARKET ACCOUNTS 
BANKS VARY ON CASHING OF GOVERNMENT CHECKS """'■^""'^ 
MONEY MARKET ACCOUNTS ATTRACT DURHAM DEPOS I TS 

BANKS. DURHAM, SERVICE CHARGES 

BANK SERVICE CHARGES CREEP UPWARD 

BANKS. N.C. 

Ill "I-I2 CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK : TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSn CHECKING ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO DIRECT DEPOSIT PAY SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER 

SEE ALSO FIRST CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO. 

SE| ALSO FIRST UNION NATIONAL B» NK OF N.C. 

SEc ALSO INTERSTATE BANKING 

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BANK COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

SEE ALSO NORTHWESTERN SANK 







S 




I T 


N F 




E 




L Y 


P 


DATE 


C 


PG 


L P 


H 1 


7/22/82 


3 


1 


N 


S 2 


7/29/32 


C 


9 


N 


H 2 


7/31/02 




12 


N 


H 2 


3/14/02 


6 


12 


N 


S 2 


8/2I/P2 


A 


16 


N 


H 2 


9/0B/%2 


e 


14 


N 


H 2 


9/10/92 


A 


c 


N 


S 2 


9/15/82 


c 


12 


N 


H 2 


9/23/82 


A 


19 


N 


S 2 


9/27/82 


c 


I 


N 


H 2 


9/2B/82 


a 


5 


N 


H 2 


9/2Q/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


10/10/82 


A 


4 


N 


H 2 


11/10/52 


C 


5 


N 


H 2 


11/12/82 


c 


4 


N 


H 2 


12/l'./82 


A 


11 


N 


S 2 


1/23/82 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


4/28/82 


A 


14 


N 


H 2 


<./29/82 


C 


9 


N 


H 1 


5/07/82 


b 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/12/82 


A 


S 


N 


H 2 


5/13/82 


A 


14 


N 


H 2 


10/18/82 


A 


8 


N 



2 4/25/82 A 
2 12/05/82 C 



S 2 


1/18/82 A 


12 


N 




H 2 


1/19/92 E 


e 


N 




H 2 


1/25/82 A 


1 


P N 


420 


H 2 


2/D9/'>2 A 


4 


E 




S 2 


2/1D/32 A 


1 


N 


S83 


H 2 


3/08/82 B 


1 


P G 


981 


H 2 


3/11/82 A 


16 


N 




H 1 


3/11/92 5 


1 


N 




S 2 


3/27/82 A 


13 


N 




H 2 


4/10/82 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


4/14/92 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


4/28/82 B 


c 


N 




H 2 


5/07/82 A 


18 


N 




H 2 


5/08/32 C 


1 


N 


F7e 


S 2 


5/08/82 4 


3 


N 




H 2 


5/17/82 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


5/20/82 C 


24 


N 


F78 


H 2 


5/23/82 E 


10 


N 




H 2 


5/25/82 8 


1 


N 


F78 


S 2 


5/25/92 B 


12 


N 




H 2 


5/29/92 A 


8 


N 




H 2 


6/03/82 a 


1 


N 


B81 


S 2 


6/03/82 C 


9 


N 




S 2 


6/16/82 A 


10 


N 




S 2 


6/23/92 C 


14 


F 




5 2 


7/13/82 A 


1 


N 


sa3 


H 2 


7/19/92 D 


9 


N 




H 2 


7/22/82 A 


4 


E 




S 2 


8/09/82 A 


6 


N 




H 2 


8/15/82 D 


11 


N 




H 2 


8/22/92 A 


4 


N 




S 2 


a/23/82 C 


1 


N 


S83 


H 2 


9/02/82 B 


4 


N 




H 2 


9/09/92 A 


21 


N 




H 2 


10/18/82 A 


8 


N 




H 2 


0/27/92 A 


4 


T T 


R56 


H 2 


1/11/82 B 


3 


N 




H 1 


11/11/82 B 


I 


N 




H 2 


12/19/82 e 


1 


N 


L41 


S 2 


12/18/82 A 


? 


N 




S 2 


12/23/92 C 


6 


N 




H 2 


12/26/82 C 


1 1 


N 




S 2 


12/29/82 A 


7 


N 




H 2 


12/30/82 C 


11 


N 





H 1 1/19/92 9 1 N 

S 2 2/11/82 4 1 N S83 

H 2 6/29/92 A 12 N 

H 2 9/26/82 D II N 



S 


2 


1/07/82 


A 


N 


S93 


s 


? 


3/25/92 


C 


N 


S83 




2 


5/29/82 


A 


P N 


sa3 


s 


2 


7/09/82 


A 


N 


S93 


s 


2 


a/ii/92 


r 


N 


Sfll 


H 


2 


9/05/82 





) N 


1 41 


H 


2 


9/19/82 


1) 1 


N 


1 41 


H 


2 


10/14/82 


A 


N 


L41 


S 


2 


11/26/82 


C 


N 


S83 


s 


2 


U/27/92 


A 


N 


S83 


s 


2 


12/21/82 


r 


N 


sai 


s 


2 


12/24/92 


4 


N 


SS3 


H 


2 


9/05/62 


« 


N 


L41 



(DIVISION OF FIRST UNION CORP. I 



MONTHLY 



/ 4 N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



N E 
P 



PAGE "^3 
1/07/83 



(GENERAL HEAOINGI 



SEE ALSO PLANTEBS NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST CO. 

MORE »ANKS ARE CONSIDERING MERGERS 

SERVICE SHOULD CO'^E FIRST 

CROUP IN GRFENSPQRO ORGANIZES NEU BANK 

N.C. ECONOMISTS SAY PRIME RATE COULD HIT 21 PCT. 

FIRST UNION BANK "PEAKS INTO TOP 50 

•PROBLEM LOANS' INCREASE CITED IN N.C. 

I, N.C. =ANKS' EARNINGS UP IN 1ST QUARTER 

OFFICIAL SAID BEING INVESTIGATED 

N.C. OPPOSES CREDIT CARD FEES 

N.C. TAN BLOCK CREDIT CARD ME'IBERSHIP FEES 

FIRST UNION OFFERS BROKERAGE SERVICES 

BILL MAY INCREASE N.C. EXPORTS 

2 N.C. BANKS DROP PRIME RATE TO 1A.5» 

STATE'S 3 LARGEST BANKS LOWER PRIME JO 13.5% 

BANKS. StLS OFFERING NEW SHORT-TERM COS 

SANK DEPOSITS GROW IN N.C. IN FIRST HALF 

MAN CHiRGEO WITH MAKING FALSE STATEMENTS TO BANK 

BANKERS WATCH 7-DAY CERTIFICATES .„,,, 

SOM-: BANKERS HOPE TO AVOID SERVICE CHARGES 

INDIVIDUALS DOING BETTER WITH LOAN PAYMENTS 

BANKS AGREE TO MERGER 

SWEEPING CHANGES SEEN IN ^lANKS ^_ ,^„,,,,^.,^^ 

CCB. FIVE OTHER BANKS OFFERING 151 CERTIFICATES 

NCNP PULLS »DS PLUGGING HIGH-INTEREST ACCOUNTS 

TAR HEEL BANKS SEEN AS HEALTHY 

OFTIIHN OF fANCELED CHECKS MAY SOON BE THING OF PAST 

BfllyE NEW 50RL0:°HE MONEY MARKET ACCOUNTS BEGIN A NEW ERA FOR BANKS. 

CUSTOMERS FLOCK FOR HIGH INTEREST 

NCNB COMPLETES MERGER 

BANKS. U.S. I SEE ALSO NAMES OF BAN< S I 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO BANKING REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO CHECKING ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO INTERSTATE BANKING 

SEE ALSO PRIME INTEREST RATE 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS . , ^„ 

INTERSTATE BANKING IN THE SOUTHEAST IS PUSHED 

MORE FREEDOM FOR THE BANKS 

BANKERS COOL TO UNIFYING REGULATORS 

BANNED BOOKS 

SEE CENSORSHIP 

BANNER ELK, N.C. 

MOUNTAIN HOMES POPULAR 
NICKLAUS' ELK RIVER TAKING FO^M 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL (WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.I 

OFFICIALS: STATE WON'T PAY FOR CARE 

WOMAN'S MIGRAINES STOPPED . 

"""sEE^ALSO GENERAL BAPTIST CONVENT ION ,_, 
SEE ALSO N.C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 
SEE ALSO SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION ,„ „ „ 

1'582 CHURCH ISSUES: MEMBERSHI', PEACE, POOR. PORNOGRAPHY 

POtACHEPS TOLD: WEAR HOLINESS, NOT CHARTREUSE 

SOME BAPTISTS MAY BOYCOTT CONVENTION 

BAPt'SsTS gear up for revivals: «500,000 ad CAMPAIGN BEGUN 

38 "BAPTIST CHURCHES PLAN 'HERE'S HOPE' REVIVALS 

RELIGIOUS GROUPS SEEN AS THREAT ,.„,,.t^ c^rccc 

BAPTISTS TOUT REVIVAL: EARLY RETURNS INDICATE SUCCESS 

BAPTISTS CONCERNED ABOUT ATTENDANCE 

SPLIT LOOMS AT BAPTIST SESSION 

BAPTIST SURVEY REVEALS LAY MINISTRY INTEREST 

MOOFRATF AND LIBERAL BAPTISTS FORM NETWORK 

DURHAM PASTOR ATTENDS MEETING IN CHARLOTTE 

BAPTISTS WILL MEET NEXT WEEK 

BAPTISTS MAY BOYCOTT MEETING 

BAPTISTS BALANCE SOCIAL, SPIRITUAL 

HOW DO THEY DECIDE? 

MODERATE BAPTISTS MAKE STRATESIES 

BAP FXIMINATIONS (LAW) 

SEE N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

'AOBECUE 

N.C. WINS BARBECUE BOWL 

RESTAURANT WON BARBECUE CONTEST 

WILL USDA LFARN BARBECUE SECRETS? 

LEAVE BBO TO US 

BARBECUE HAS MANY DEFINITIONS 

BARBECUE VS. BUREAUCRACY 

BYE BYE BARBECUE... 

SCHOLAR SAYS SHERRILL SANG SWINE SONG TOO SOON 

BENEFIT PLANNED 

BARSEOUE BARN 

3 RESTAURANTS SUED FOR RENT 

lARBECUE BOWL (CONTEST) 

N.C. WINS BARBECUE BOWL 
RESTAURANT WON BARBECUE CONTEST 

PARBBR-SCOTIA COLLEGE 

BLACK SCHOOL SEEKS FOREIGN STJOENTS 
FOREIGN STUDENTS HELP N.C. COLLEGE 

BARBERS, DURHAM 

FOLKS APOUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 



pr. L P 3YL 



H 2 


1/09/92 


A 


5 


N 


S 2 


1/22/82 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


2/21/82 


D 


10 


N 


H 2 


Z/Z-^/i^Z 


A 


6 


N 


H 2 


3/15/82 


A 


11 


N 


H 2 


<i/06/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


'./15/92 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


<,/lT/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


5/06/82 


B 


3 


N 


H 2 


7/02/82 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


7/20/82 


A 


q 


N L4 


H 2 


7/27/82 


B 


14 


N 


H 2 


8/14/82 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


a/21/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


9/05/82 


D 


9 


> N 


H 2 


9/12/82 


D 


9 P N 


H 2 


9/16/82 


C 


13 


N 


S 2 


10/05/82 


C 


3 


N 


S 2 


0/12/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


.0/20/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 2 


0/23/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


1/14/82 


D 


11 


N 


H 2 


1/17/82 


B 


7 


N L4 


H 2 


11/21/82 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


.2/05/82 





10 


N 


S 2 


.2/06/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 2 


2/12/82 


D 





F L4 


H 2 


12/15/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


12/24/82 


c 


3 


N 



S 2 10/29/82 C 1 
H 2 11/19/82 A 4 
H 2 12/05/82 C 7 



9/14/82 B 
10/03/82 B 



N 

N P07 



7/15/82 
8/19/82 



11 
11 



H 7 


1/09/82 


A 


8 


N 


A20 


H ? 


1/09/82 


A 








H 7 


12/01/82 


A 








S 7 


2/23/82 


A 


4 


t 




H 7 


3/06/82 


A 


6 


N 


A20 


H 7 


3/27/82 


A 


; 


N 




S 7 


4/20/82 


r 


3 


N 




H 7 


5/01/82 


A 


10 


N 


A2U 


H 7 


5/24/82 


A 




N 




H 7 


6/11/82 


A 


I 


N 


A20 


H 7 


6/26/82 


A 


6 






H 7 


10/07/82 


h 


7 


N 




S 7 


10/07/82 


(. 


10 


N 




H 7 


10/23/82 


A 


6 






S 7 


11/30/82 


(. 


5 


N 




S 7 


12/01/82 


A 


4 


L 




H 7 


12/06/82 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


12/31/82 


A 


6 


N 





3/19/82 C 

3/20/82 A 

4/11/82 A 

4/17/82 A 

6/03/82 A 

5/17/82 A 

7/04/82 D 

3/09/82 B 

9/15/82 C 



E 

U S35 

U 536 



H 2 10/27/82 A 



3/19/82 
3/20/82 



2/03/82 
9/D7/82 



15 
15 



N 
H 2 9/23/82 B 1 D U 



BABBFRSHOP^OUARTETS^^^ PRESERVATION C ENCOURAGEMENT OF BARBERSHOP QUARTET SINGING 

BARCELONA APARTMENTS u , 

PSD DAMPENS FIRE WITH HIS EXTINGUISHER " 2 

OFFICER CONTROLS FIRE DAMAGE ^ ^ 



2/21/82 
2/22/82 



BARCLAY CIGARETTES 

CIGARETTE FILTER TESTS DISPUTED 

BARNS 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, BARNS 

THIEVES DISMANTLE, STEAL BARN 

BARON REPORT (WASHINGTON NEWSLETTER! 

EAST RATED MOPE CONSERVATIVE THAN HELMS 

BARRIER ISLANDS 

SEE ALSO BEACHES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO OUTER BANKS, N.C. 



H 2 6/26/82 B 



11/26/82 
6/05/82 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - U/31/a2 



STATE aiV^H 250 ACRES OF COASTAL LAND 
SOME ISLANDS TO LOSE FLOOD IN5USANCE 
ENDING WASTEFUL SUBSIDIES 
ISLAND COMPLEX DONATED TO N.C. 
N.C. "LANS "OaE ,'IARSH SANCTUARIES 
10 AREAS IN N.C. ARE ON BARRIER ISLAND LIST 
ECOLOGICALLV FRAGILE AREAS GRANTED REPRIEVE 
BILL MOULD AFFECT N.C. <>JRRIE= ISLANDS 

3ARRUS CONSTRUCTION CO. (KINSTDN. "J.C.l 
SEE ALSn ASHLANO-UARREN. INC. 

GRAND JURV INDICTS 2 PAVING FIRMS ON BIO-RIGGING IN N.C. 

BARTENDERS 

BARTENDER ON RAILS: LONG DArS ON THE LONG ROAD 

BARTER SVSTEH 

ART OF BARTERING STILL ALIVE IN N.C. 

SMAP PASTA CQR A FAN? IT'S BARTER 

STUDENTS BARTER THROUGH COLLEGE 

SACRED HEART COLLEGE LETS STUDENTS BARTER FOR TUITION 

BARYTON TRIO 

BARYTON CONCERT SET FOR SATURDAY 

BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO ALL-STAR GABS, BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO ATLANTA BRAVES 

SEE ALSO EABE RUTH LEAGUE 

SEE ALS? 8ETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSO: 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO "AJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL. 

SEE ALSO NEW VOPK NETS 

SEE ALSO NEW YORK YANKEES 

SEE ALSO OLD TI"ERS BASEBALL CL« 

SEE ALSO PREP TEA»S. BASEBALL (5 

SEE ALSO ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 

SEE ALSO SHELBY HETS 

SEE ALSO SOFTBALL 

SEE ALSO SPALDING'S OFFICIAL ATH 

SEE ALSO SU-fMER BASEBALL LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO WORLD SERIES 

PROSPECTIVE BULLS LINEUP HAS 5 

THE BABE AND "CGRAw ARE GONE. 

FOUR BULLS GA"ES SCHEDULED FQ-i 

MEEK AND MIGHTY. FUTURE AND PA 

GALLOWS HUMOR 

BUTLER PROVES BARGAIN BUY FOR 

WHO'S ON FIRST: HRBEK. WILFOMS 

MANAGERIAL MADNESS 

MORE THAN SOFT DRINKS FLOWING 

PITCHING :-IVES CLEMSON EDGE IN 

BULLS' DEWS SAYS TORRE DUE CRE 

MERE'S PROOF IT'S SPRING: THE 

BULLS' FISHER ADDS TO STRIKEOJ 

BRAVES' MINOR-LEAGUE !NVEST"EN 

PATTERSON DEAL A STEAL FOR BRl 

EVERYTHING A BASEBALL FAN EVE^ 

HEAR The one about hank, . ,? 

CD»LEY GIVES BRAVES NEW SLOGAN 

DEWS' THUMBINGS RARE; SOSA WAL 

UNC'S ROBERTS: GAMECOCKS FAVOR 

BASEBALL CLINIC TO BE HELD 

ONE MORE RAINY NIGHT, ONE MORE 

'CATCHER TO PITCHER. DO YOU RE 

THE TWINS' KILLINGS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: BASEBALL T3 

CLAY'S KEY: RETIRE THE LEAOOFF 

REDS HOLD TRYCUTS IN STATE 

CAROLINA LEAGUE EXPANSION SEEN 

DURHAM ATHLETIC PARK SUGGESTED 

ATLANTA'S MURPHY IS ON HIS TOE 

TAKE THE CHICKEN. PLEASE. TAKE 

DOUBLE-A SHIFT FCR ?URHAM NOT 

■BALL FOUR' KEEPS ON KNUCKLING 

YANKS. A'S AND INDIANS JUSTIF! 

ATLANTA FAR" SYSTEM EXPECTS HI 

ATLANTA'S NEW FOUNDATION 30LST 

NAMELY, BASEBALL'S BIG TIME 

APPLING'S OLD-TIMERS BLAST GA3 

MEMORIES OF HOMETOWN BASEBALL 

MONEY AND BOOZE: 2 ISSUES THAT 

TALKING BASEBALL 

PENNANT FEVER: ALL FOUR DF BAS 

BRAVES FANS AND OPTIMISTS: PLA 

I WAS WONDERING... 

U.S. BASEBALL TRYOUTS 

LOSERS TOOK TURNS AT WINNING A 

BURLINGTON OKS FAIRCHILD STAOI 

BASEBALL SERENADE: TAKE ME OUT 

wOLi^F S"ELLS SUCCESS IN BURL IN 

THE BOOK ON baseball: EVERYThI 

HOW'S THAT? A BASEBALL SEASON' 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 54 
1/07/83 



BASEBALL HALL OF FAME 

9 NAY VOTES ARE PUZZLE FOR AA^ON 

DAL CANTON NOMINATED FOR HALL OF FAME; SHIPANOFF SETS MARK 

BASEBALL NOTES 

a CONTRACTS WITH PARENT FRANC^ISES LEAVE NO ORPHANS IN CAROLINA LEAGUE 

PROSPECTIVE BULLS LINEUP has SEVERAL FAMILIAR FACES 

FOUR BULLS GAMES SCHEDULED for TV 

PERRY CLOSER TO NEW DEAL 

BULLS' HAGMAN NCAA LEADER FOR 'BO BATTING 

COOPER'S LATE. BUT STILL STAYS IN BRAVES' COOP 

'NOBODY' JOE PITCHING WELL F0» BRAVES 

9 NAY VOTES ARE PUZZLE FOR AAION 

BULLS' MANAGE" =INDS BUNTS ARE BENEFICIAL 

BULLS' DEWS SAYS TORRF DUE CREDIT FOR BRAVES 

HEAR THE ONE ABOUT HANK. . .? 

PITCHING. HITTING ANO FIELDING: YOU NAME IT. THE SOX LACK IT 

ODDS NOT GOOD OF BRAvES" VISIT 

BASEBALL'S FREE AGENT DRAFT THIS WEEK 

PAIGE'S LAST PRO APPEARANCE CAME WITH PENINSULA IN 1966 

BULLS LOOK TO RENEW AGREEMENTS 

GALLAGHER LOOKED OUT FOR BOSS DURING BRAWL 

JACOBS' ASSIGNMENTS WON'T INCLUDE DURHAM 

LOOK AT N.C. OLD-TIMERS REVEALS CURRENT DEFICIENCY 

BURLINGTON RATES HIGH AS MINO»-LEAGUE SITE 

ONE AT-BAT, ONE POP OUT, ONE CAREER 

OAL CANTON NOMINATED FOR HALL OF FAME; SHIPANOFF SETS MARK 

DEPLETED ROTATION DOOMED BULLS' SECOND HALF 

PROSPECTIVE OPENING AT TORONTO FALLS THROUGH FOR DEWS 

PENNANT RACES HOT WITHOUT GIM1ICK 

RUTHIAN CLOUT TRAVELED MORE THAN 200 MILES - VIA RAILRQAQ 



lATTON BASEBALL TEAMS 
DRAFT 



SSIC 

£E ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLSl 



LETIC LIBRaRY-THE BASEBALL GUIDE OF 1916 



EVERAL FAMILIAR FACES 
BUT NOT FULLENWIDER 

TV 
ST EOUAL IN BASEBELL 

BRAVES 

. FAEDO OR GAETTI? 

AT WARRIOR HALFTIMES 

TOUSNEX 
OIT FOR BRAVES 
FLIES HAVE ARRIVED 
T TOTAL 

TS PAY BIG-LEAGUE DIVIDENDS 
VES? 

WANTED TO KNOW. . . 



KING SOME MILES 
ED 



STORY TO TELL 
AD ''E?..OVER' 



UNLIKELY BY MILLS 

BY WILHELM AS ACC TOURNEY SITE 
S THIS YEAR 

HIM 
ANTICIPATED, WOLFF SAYS 
, IN SPITE OF THE YEARS 
ABLY SECOND RATE 
GH YIELD FDR MAJORS 
ERING BRAVES' METTLE 

NERS AIR.AVES ANO INK 

CLOUDED BASEBALL IN 1915 

EBALL 'S DIVISIONS »<ITE-KNUCKLINS 
YOFF TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE 



S BASEBALL CLOSED 
JM LEASE 

•'O THE OFFSEASON 
GTON 

NO SANTA'S ELVES EVER WANTED TO KNOW... 
S COLLECTION OF WHO SAID WHAT THE BEST WAY 



DATE 

1/03/S2 
3/25/B2 
5/20/12 
7/08/92 
7/14/B2 
8/17/82 
a/13/92 
9/30/82 



S I 

E L 
C PG L 

5 
6 



C lA 



S 2 

h 2 

S 2 

H I 



2/25/82 A 1 N 
4/13/P2 B 1 P F L30 



8/06/82 C 6 P F 

3/DB/32 C 3 F 

9/14/82 e 5 N 

9/15/82 B 1 N 



H 2 3/14/82 C 20 



H 


2 


2/21/92 


3 


12 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


2/21/82 


C 


1 


P U 


L57 


H 


2 


2/23/»2 


B 


8 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


4/06/82 


E 




U 


M71 


H 


2 


4/03/82 


A 


4 


c 




s 


? 


4/12/92 


D 


10 


N 


R66 


H 


I 


4/14/82 


B 


2 


U 


M71 


s 


2 


4/14/82 





1 


U 


018 


H 


2 


4/15/B2 


D 


1 


u 


M71 


s 


2 


4/19/32 


D 


7 


N 


R66 


H 


2 


4/25/32 


B 


4 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


4/26/92 


3 


1 


U 


S36 


s 


2 


4/26/82 





9 


N 




H 


2 


5/02/82 


B 


11 


N 


M7I 


s 


2 


5/03/82 


D 


3 


P N 


R66 


H 


2 


5/D4/B2 


B 


I 


U 


M71 


H 


2 


5/09/82 


B 


7 


N 


M71 


s 


2 


5/10/82 


B 


3 


N 


R66 


H 


2 


5/16/92 


3 


11 


N 


M7 1 


s 


2 


5/24/32 


D 


7 


N 


R66 


H 


1 


5/29/82 


B 


1 


N 




s 


2 


5/28/92 


C 


1 


U 


R66 


H 


2 


5/30/92 


E 


2 


J 


M71 


H 


2 


6/04/92 


C 


1 


U 


D71 


H 


2 


6/10/92 


B 


I 


u 




s 


2 


6/14/92 


D 


5 


N 


R66 


s 


2 


6/15/82 


3 


3 


N 




H 


2 


6/20/92 




5 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


6/27/82 


i 


9 


N 


M71 


s 


2 


7/05/P2 





6 


N 


R66 


H 


2 


7/11/92 


B 


2 


J 


071 


H 


2 


7/20/92 


3 


2 


o t 


M71 


H 


2 


7/25/82 





2 


D J 


PD7 


H 


2 


7/25/82 


3 


? 


U 


D71 


H 


2 


3/10/92 


B 


2 


n G 


•'71 


H 


2 


3/11/32 


3 


2 


p G 


M71 


H 


2 


3/15/92 


B 


2 


J 


M71 


H 




a/15/82 


9 


4 


N 


M71 


H 




3/15/92 


D 


5 


u 


H55 


H 


2 


3/22/92 


C 


1 


P u 


L57 


H 


2 


9/01/82 


C 


I 


u 


D71 


H 


2 


9/12/82 


n 


2 


J 


M71 


H 


2 


9/12/92 


3 


12 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


9/15/82 


a 


1 


U 


M71 


s 


2 


10/04/92 


D 


4 


N 




H 


2 


10/05/32 


B 


2 


u 


M71 


H 


1 


10/20/32 


3 


I 


N 




H 


2 


10/24/82 


3 


2 


J 


071 


H 


2 


lD/24/32 


3 


9 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


12/19/82 


B 


9 


J 


M71 


H 


2 


12/26/82 


B 


7 


c 


M71 


H 


2 


4/04/92 


E 


6 


P N 


M71 


H 


2 


3/22/82 


Q 


7 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


2/07/82 


B 


6 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


2/21/82 


3 


12 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


2/39/92 


3 


8 


N 


M71 


s 


2 


3/03/92 


D 


3 


N 




H 


2 


3/07/82 


3 


13 


N 




H 


2 


3/21/92 


a 


11 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


3/29/92 


B 


9 


1 


M71 


H 


2 


4/04/92 


B 


6 


P N 


M71 


H 




4/13/82 


B 


5 


N 


M71 


H 




4/25/82 


S 


4 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


5/09/92 


B 


7 


N 


M71 


H 


■> 


5/23/82 


Q 


12 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


5/30/82 


B 


9 


N 


-71 


H 


2 


6/06/82 


3 


12 


N 


M71 


M 


2 


0/13/82 


3 


9 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


7/04/92 


3 


5 


N 


M7I 


H 


2 


7/11/92 


a 


4 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


7/13/82 


B 


5 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


7/25/32 


B 


7 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


3/D1/B2 


B 


5 


N 


M71 


M 


2 


3/03/82 


d 


5 


N 


"71 


H 


2 


3/22/92 


B 


7 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


3/29/92 


3 


12 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


9/05/92 




B 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


9/19/92 


B 


3 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


9/26/92 


B 


14 


N 


M71 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/92 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 55 
1/07/83 



BULLS TELECAST DRAWS WELL; "ACK'S PLAGS UNDERSCORED 

OOBSON, CALDWELL AREA'S WORLD SERIES CONNECTION 

CAROLINA LEAGUE EVES 3URLtNGT3N 

GALLAGHER SHUFFLES OFF TO BUFFALO 

JOB SEARCHES PROMPT DELAY IN NAMING DEWS 

OLD TIMERS GAME SET AGAIN FOR RFK IN JULY 

DURHAM BANKS THIRD IN CLASS A IISZ ATTENDANCE 

BASIC EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY GRANT 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO STUDENT AID PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM ,^^„, , 

FRIDAY: PROPOSED CUTS WOULD HJ RT BLACK SCHOOLS 

BASIC SKILLS TESTING , ,.,,, 

SEE SCHOOLS. N.C.. COMPETENCY TESTS 

BASK|TBALL^ BIG TEN CONFERENCE. BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO COLLEGE BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO CONTINENTAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 







S 


I 


T 




N F 




F 


L 


Y 




P 


DATE 


L 


PG L 


P 


■3YL 


H ? 


10/11/82 


B 


12 


U 


MTl 


H ? 


10/17/82 


H 


9 


N 


Ml 1 


H 7 


11/1<./B2 


V 


11 


N 


Ml 1 


H ? 


11/21/52 


F. 


14 


N 


Mn 


H ? 


11/28/B2 


B 


8 


N 


M71 


H 7 


12/05/82 


H 


1 1 






H 2 


12/12/82 


3 


9 


N 


M/1 



H 2 3/29/82 B 1 



SeI also PREP?TEiM_|:°BASKEfBi;L*(SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS. 

ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS! 



SEE ALSO PRO BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (SEE 

BASKETBALL EXHIBITIONS 

AT RANDOM 

DENNAPO A GOLDEN NUGGET 

SWEET SHOTS 

HINT OF SPRING WARMS DURHAM 

BREAKING FOR SPRING 

BASKETBALL COACHES WILL TEACH COURSES 

COUPTSIDE 'li 

CHRISTMAS HOOPS 

BASKETBALL CAMP 

PARRISH OPENS PREP ALL-STAR CAMP 

ELON CAMP GIVES COACHES. PLAYERS YET ANOTHER LOOK 

BASKETBALL COURTS ICORNWALLIS HOUSING PROJECTI 
SEE CORNWALLIS HOUSING PROJECT 

BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME 

EVERETT CASE ELECTED TO HALL 3F FAME 

GAINES. CASE JOIN BASKETBALL HALL 

HEELS WILL OPEN IN HALL OF FAME 

TIP-OFF COST NBC «150.000 

TAR HEELS. REDMAN MIX TRADITIONS 

UNC LINEUP UNCERTAIN FOR BASKETBALL OPENER 



BASKETMAKING 

A CRAFT THAT 



'OFFERS QUICK REGARDS': BA SKETHE AVING 



BASKETS 

N.C. 



CRAFTS AT WORLD'S FAIR 



BASS ANGLERS SPORTSMAN SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO FISHING 

AN OLD TALE: ANGLER GOBBLES UP RECORD 
FISHERMEN LOOK TO WEST FOR THE BASS 

BASS FISHING 

SEE ALSO SMALLMOUTH BASS 

^^NEw''BAsPsIzI''lIMIT COULD PUT ANGLERS IN ROUGH WATERS 
GOOD BASS FISHING PREDICTED Fn R JORDAN LAKE 
BASS TOURNEY HAS EXTRA Twi ST 
SURPRISE BASS GETS 'BETTER TREATMENT' 
DOPING NOTHING NEW TO PRO ANGLERS 
FISHING PROSPECTS GOOD FOR CH3WAN TOURNAMENT 
A FISHING COMPUTER? 

BASS MASTERS FISHING CLASSIC 
SEE ALSO FISHING 

THOMASVILLE MAN LEADING FISHt^lG 

BASSETT HOUSE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C HISTORIC HOUSES __ „^ ,^ ,„„ .^^ ^,^„ 

VICTORIAN DURHAM: SOCIETY'S T3UR WILL LAUD A GOLDEN AGE FOR THE CITY 

BATHROOMS _, ,^ 

WORKERS SAY DEPARTMENT HAS BATHROOM SHORTAGE 

BATHTUBS 

SCRUBBED TUBS 
BLOOMING BATHTUBS 

BATON TwIRU ING 

BATON WORKSHOP BEGINS MARCH 17 

WEIGH IN OR SIT OUT 

PAPER INSENSITIVE TO FEMALE PROBLEMS 

'"^sIe^aLSD^CHANGE (A MEN'S COUNSELING PROGRAM ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE) 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE. N.C. 
SEE ALSO rnlLD ABUSE, U.S. 
SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
SEE ALSO FA"ILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY VIOLENCE INTERVENTION PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO ORANGE/OURHAM YWCA COALITION FOR BATTERED WOMEN 
SEE ALSO PARENTS ANONYMOUS 
SEE ALSO RAPE. U.S. 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

COUNSELING SERVICE TRAINING PLANNED 

FOR MEN WHO HIT WOMEN 'CHANGE' 

PROGRAM TO AID ABUSED WIVES 

BATTERED WOMEN 

TEMPORARY SHELTERS. HOT LINES AVAILABLE FOR ABUSED WOMEN 

TRAINING SESSIONS PLANNED ON AIDING BATTERED WOMEN 

FAMILY PROBLEMS BRING 6 CHARGES 

YWCA' COALITION HIRES NEW SHELTER COORDINATOR 

BATTERIES 

SEE SUPERBATTERIES 

SEE 2INC BRHMINE BATTERY 

BATTLE OF ALAMANCE 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. 

BATTLE'S 211TH ANNIVERSARY TO BE OBSERVED SUNDAY 

THF BATTLE OF BENTONVILLE 

SFE ALSO BENTONVILLE STATE HISTORIC SITE 
CAMP LIFE TO BE RELIVED 



s 


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1/07/82 


r 


4 


P 


P 




s 


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1/08/82 


n 


1 




U 


IJIB 


H 


? 


1/14/82 


II 


4 




u 


MM 


s 


? 


1/18/82 


fl 


1 (1 


P 


P 




H 


7 


2/01/82 


H 


1 






SJ6 


H 


7 


4/17/82 


A 


6 






13' 


s 


7 


9/09/82 


1) 


7 


P 


I 




s 


7 


11/19/82 


1) 


1 








s 


2 


12/29/82 


L 


1 










7 


6/03/82 


n 


1 




N 


C52 


H 


2 


8/01/82 


B 


1 




N 


C5^ 



2/21/82 B 11 

5/04/82 B 2 

5/13/82 B 4 

11/19/82 C 2 

U/19/82 C 1 

11/20/82 E 2 



N F25 
H C52 



H 2 10/03/82 E 1 » F 830 



S 2 5/06/82 D 6 P P A15 



H 2 4/04/82 B 11 N W60 
H 2 4/04/82 3 11 N M60 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1/24/82 
5/23/82 
5/28/82 
7/04/82 
7/16/82 
8/06/82 
10/17/82 


B 
B 
C 
3 
C 
C 
B 


11 N 
3 N 
5 N 

11 P P 
3 N 
3 N 

11 U 


W60 
W6D 
W60 
S82 
W6D 
W6'l 
W60 


H 


2 


10/15/82 


C 


3 


N 





S 2 3/10/82 B 
H 2 10/05/82 A 
H 2 10/20/8^ A 



7 


3/24/82 


r 


17 


N 


7 


4/18/82 





I 


D F A20 


1 


4/24/82 


1 


1 


N 


7 


4/30/82 


A 


4 


L 


1 


5/06/82 


B 


1 


N L30 


7 


9/15/82 


A 


1 7 




7 


10/02/82 


A 


1 


N 


2 


11/05/82 


6 


2 


•> F M95 



i 



S 2 4/20/82 B 1 P F J06 
H 2 3/26/82 C 17 N 



H 2 7/27/82 B 1 P P S76 
S 2 9/14/82 B I P P C56 



H 1 5/13/82 B 1 N M60 
H 2 3/19/82 A 17 N 



BATTLE OF GUILFORD COURTHOUSE 



MONTHLV/AN 



U » L 
1/01/32 



INDEX 
12/31/32 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 56 
l/OT/83 



N E 
P 



0«TE 



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C »G L P 3yL 



SEE ALSO OEVOLUTIONARY WAR HISTIRT 

HISTO'IC GUILFORD CABIN IN CENTER OF ZONING BATTLE 

PAXTSR-HARRISS CO. , , 

CHARLOTTE OFFICIALS TO SEEK CHARGES IN WAREHOUSE FIRE 

BEACH MUSIC 

BEACH HUSIC STILL GOING STRONj IN CAROLINAS 
DUSHA!" NATIVE RECORDS NEW 6EACH MUSIC TUNE 
TAtS. E»BERS SIG WINNERS AT FESTIVAL 

9EACHES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO BARRIER ISLANDS 
SEE ALSO OUTER =ANP(St N.C. 

COASTAL ACT NEEDED 

COASTAL MANAGEMENT AC^ DEFENKD 

COASTAL ACT C"ANGE IS REJECTED 

COASTAL ACT CHANGE IS REJECTED 

DRAINAGE ISSUE HAS 2 SIDES 

PRESERVING OUR COAST 

BEACH ACCESS TO BF SOUGHT 

BEACH-GOERS SEE't CURE FOR EARL 

TAR HEELS G=T URGE TO HEAD F05 

PROVOCATIVE P30FESS0R PILKEY 

CONTROVERSY IS HEATING UP OVE^ 

ONSLOW OKS CONTROVERSIAL CONST 

SOME ISLANDS TO LOSE FLOOD INS 

CHANGES IN COASTAL ACT SUGGEST 

... AND THE WATER WAS CHILLY 

CHILLY EASTER KEPT "ANY TAR HE 

3EACM MUSIC STILL GOING STRONt- 

BEACH ACCESS FUNDS OK ■ 

SIGNS POINT THE WAY TO PUBLIC 

ENDING WASTEFUL SUBSIDIES 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

BEAUTY - AND JUNK - DOWN 3Y T^ 

RECORD CROWDS LINE TAR HEEL BE 

BEACnES: THEY WERE JAMMED OVf> 

RESEARCHERS PRAISE N.C. COASTS 

COASTAL AREA AC HELD SUCCESSF 

PAN?L DELAYS DECISION ON COAST 

SEAWALL CHOICE TO SAVE LIGHTHO 

10 AREAS IN N.C. ARE ON 8ARRIE 

SENSITIVE COASTAL AREAS BEING 

ECOLOGICALLY FRJGILE AREAS GR« 

WINDS CAUSE N.C. BEACHES TO BE 

DEBATE ON ACCESS To CURRITUCK 

WOMAN INJURED IN SURF: 4 N.C. 

BEACHES ON OUTER BANKS OPEN AS 

TORNADO -BOUNCES LIKE BALL" AL 

THE BANKS IN AUTU"N 

EXEMPTIONS SOUGHT TO N.C. COAS 

HIGH SEAS CLAIM LIFE OF 5-YEA? 

COASTAL STORM BATTERS N.C. BE» 

N.C. STORM CAUSES PROBLEMS 

OCEANFRCNT DEVELOPMENT TO BE T 

COASTAL QUANDARY: GROWTH AND 3 

PERMIT REQUIREMENTS EASED 

''EARDS 

SEE ALSO SHAVING 

N.C. M*N BOASTED ODD CHARACTERISTIC 



Y -SPRING FEVER- 
BEACHES 

ONSLOW DEVELOPMENT 
RUCION 
URANCE 
ED 

TO BOOT 
ELS FROM BEACHES 

IN CAROLINAS 

BEACHES 



E SEASIDE 
ACHES 

HOLIDAY WEEKEND 
L MANAGEMENT ACT 
UL 

AL DISASTER PLAN 
USE 

R ISLAND LIST 
MAPPED 
NTEO REPRIEVE 

CLOSED 
BEACHES HEATS UP 
BEACHES CLOSED 
AIN 
ONG OUTER BANKS BEACHES 

TAL MANAGEMENT LAWS 

-OLD 

CHES. BOATS 

OPIC 
EAUTH 



H 2 3/18/B2 A 16 N 
H 2 10/03/S2 A 5 N 



H 1 5/01/32 a 1 N 

S 2 6/17/32 D 4 P N B71 

S 2 11/22/82 C «. P N 



1/11/82 

1/13/92 

12/01/32 

12/01/32 

1/25/82 

2/0<./?2 

2/11/82 

2/16/82 

2/17/92 

2/21/82 

3/16/B2 

3/17/82 

3/25/32 

4/01/92 

4/07/82 

4/13/82 

5/01/32 

5/08/82 

5/10/32 

5/20/82 

5/29/82 

5/30/92 

6/01/92 

6/02/92 

6/04/32 

6/05/92 

7/03/32 

7/30/92 

8/17/82 

3/17/32 

9/13/92 

3/30/»2 

9/05/32 

9/06/82 

9/08/82 

9/23/92 

10/01/92 

10/10/82 

10/13/82 

1D/25/B2 

10/25/82 

12/02/32 

12/03/92 

12/04/82 



12 
12 



10 
6 
1 
1 
9 

14 



12 
3 

10 

15 

1 



S 2 10/14/92 S 



PASSING 

BEARS TO 
BATTERED 
SAY. -AH 
BATTERED 
RESCUED 
CRUELTY 
SUZIE TC 
BEAR RES 
BEAR DRA 
CRUELTY 
ON BAIT! 
BAITED 3 
BEAR REC 
NOW SAY 
IT-S ThA 
CONFUSED 
FOUR =EA 
SUSIE ES 
BLACK BE 
AShEVILL 
SARDINES 
T-E LETM 



PARADE 
BE STUDIED 
BEAR TO GET HO"E IN 



lURHAM 



BEAR ARRIVES AT NEW ruRHAH -DEN- 
BEAR IS NEWEST INHABITANT AT MUSEUM 
TO A BEAR 

APPEAR IN 2 WEEKS 
CUE HEARTENING 
WS STATEWIDE ATTENTION 
TO SEARS 

NG. BAGGING. BUGGING AND BEDEVILING BEAR 
EAR FEELS BIT BETTER 
0VE5ING 
• AHHH- 
T TIME OF YEAR AGAIN - WOOLLY BEAR SEASON 

BEAR WANDERS INTO MACON COURTHOUSE 
RS VISIT TOWN 
TABLISHES HER POSITION 
AR SHOT. KILLED 
E POLICE SHOOT BEAR 

ATTRACT BEARS. HEL' STUDY LOCATIONS 
ARGY OF AUTUMN 



3EAUF0RT, N.C. 

MERCENARY-BENT ROYS. 14. SUBDUED 

STUDENTS FACE 0UESTIONI"C IN HOSTAGE INCIDENT 

STuCENT GETS SUSPENDED COMMITMENT 

COASTAL SUNSET 

BEAUNIT FIBERS 

COURT REJECTS INMATE ACCESS TO RECORDS 

BEAUTY CONTESTS 

SEE ALSO TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 
ROYAL TREATMENT 
BEAUTY WINNERS 
2 COMPETE IN PAGEANT 

MISS GAY AMERICA PAGEANT PROTESTED 
•MISS GAY AMERICA- WELCOMES PICKETS 
-BEAUTY PAGEANT- PLANNED 

COED IN WHEELCHAIR BECOMES HOMECOMING QUEEN 
WINS PAGEANT 
MS. BULLCITY SHOW PLANNED DEC. 19 

BEAUX ARTS BALL 

BEAUX ARTS BALL PLANNED 
BEAUX ARTS BALL 

9EAVERDAM CREEK RESE»vOIR 

FISH KILL PROBE CONTINUES 

FISH KILL BLAME SAID SHARED 

FISH KILL 3LAME SAID SHARED 

BECTON. DICKINSON AND CO. 

EECTO*; DICKINSON SALES. PROFITS RISE 

BECTON DICKINSON c CO. h«s hi:.her sales, income .„,_. 

NEW LAB DISHES AID CANCER RES;aRCH; DEVELOPED BY BECTON DICKINSON 

BED AND BREAKFAST HOTELS , „, ,, 

BED t BREAKFAST: TOURING IN PiGLiND PART II 
BED AND BOARD BEATS HOTEL SCRAMBLE 



1/02/92 A 

6/25/92 A 

6/26/92 C 

7/01/82 A 

7/DI/92 S 

7/01/92 J 

7/04/92 D 

3/04/82 C 

7/06/32 A 

7/08/92 C 

7/13/92 A 

7/19/92 B 

7/22/92 S 

7/31/»2 A 

9/11/92 b 

10/04/92 3 

10/12/92 B 

10/17/82 A 

10/22/82 C 

10/29/82 C 

10/30/92 A 

11/09/32 A 

11/10/32 B 



3/06/82 
3/07/32 
4/22/92 
7/12/92 



S 2 
S 2 



4/03/82 

6/29/92 

3/17/92 

9/23/92 

9/24/92 

10/20/32 

ll/04/"2 

11/06/82 

11/29/82 



2 7/29/92 
2 11/14/92 
2 12/09/92 



H 2 3/03/92 B 



L41 
M66 
L41 



1 P N EOS 



1/12/92 A 
3/01/92 B 



L 

U S36 

N 

P S76 

P T37 

U S36 

N 

N 



1 

13 

13 

1 



15 

1 

14 



3 
3 P 



H 2 7/10/82 A 5 
H 1 7/16/32 3 1 
H 2 3/21/82 A 10 



1 

14 



S 2 8/12/82 D I 
H 2 10/03/82 D 8 



N 

N 330 



G A15 
U S2& 



H N T H L y / . N^N^U^JjL _ I^N^O.E^X 



INFLATION ATTRACTS TRAVELeRS TO BED-AND-BRE AKF AST LODGINGS 

"" *"a8A^D'?«IErTb'SifTR.CT RENTING OF SP.RF ROO«S 

'^°SEE ALSO FURNITURE INDUSTRY 

A FRANKLIN GROUP BUILDS BIGGEST 3ED 

'^^'' EARTH^aCAST: UNDERGROUND BEEF ROAST IS FEAST FOR A THOUSAND 

BEEKEEPING 

SEE ALSO "EES 

CONVENTION HAS CAMPUS A'BUZZ ,„^„, 
LAW CHANGE EXPANDS ALERT TO BEEKEEPERS 
BEEKEEPING: A HOBBY THAT KEEPS ON GIVING 

BEER 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO ANHEUSER-BUSCH INC. 

SEE ALSO BREuERY 

SEE ALSO JOSEPH SCHLIT2 BREWING CD. 

^^IeEO^CAN pack HAROE"! PUNCH THAN WHISKEY 

"jNClt'-cl'-f DEN?tluT MUST D K BEER L I CENSE S 
DURHAM CAN AFFECT SEER, WINE LICENSES 
REGULATORY FOOLISHNESS ,,.,,^ ,„,„ 

SALES OF BEER UP 65? IN N.C. SINCE 1970 
BURLINGTON 0K5 FAIRCHILO STADIUM LEASE 
BUREAUCRATIC NONSENSE 

BEES 

SEE ALSO BEEKEEPING 

SEE ALSO CARPENTER BEES 

SEE ALSO HONEY 

SEE ALSO INSECT STINGS 

SEE ALSO KILLER BEES ,_ „ 

SPRING STINGS HONEY BEES WITH RAIN, COLD 
CHASING THE BLUES FROM A COLO. WET SPRING 

BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION 
SEE ALSO BIOFEEDBACK 

DUKE CENTER DEALS WITH PHOBIAS 

t^EIRUT MASSACRE 

SFE LEBANON 

eELEWS CEFK. N.C. 

PLANT LEADS IN EFFICIENCY 

BELEWS CPEEK PLANT (WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.I ,,t,„ 

LAKE'S -HOT HOLE' CLAIMS ANOTHER DROWNING VICTIM 

'^'"^"lakE'S 'HOT HOLE' CLAIMS ANOTHER DROWNING VICTIM 

BELK-LEGGETT (DURHAM. N.C.I 

BELK CITES DIVISION MANAGER 

BELKS (GENERAL HEADING) ,, ^, 

SUIT ACCUSES CHAIN OF PRESSURING MANUFACTURERS 
BELK'S OFFICIALS DENY PRESSURE ALLEGATIONS 

BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES, INC. 

SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, U.S. ,,,,, 

DIRECTORY LISTS TRIANGLE BUSINESSES 



SUBJECTS 



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THE TENTH 3ELL 

THE BFLLS, BELLS. 

CORRECTION 

NEW FRAME FOR THE BELLS 

CHURCH GETS ITS BELLS BACK 



THEIR TINTINNABULATION INTERRUPTED 



BELL'S STOP-N-SHOP 

ROBBER JUMPS FROM HOUSE ROOF 

BELLY DANCING 

SFE ALSO DANCE 

BIRTHDAY BELLY DANCER A BIG HIT 

BELMONT ABBEY COLLFGE 

BELMONT HAS CENTURY-OLD MONASTERY 
COLLEGE'S DRIVE GETS BIG BOOST 

BENDIX CORP. 

1,7"0 WORKERS LAID OFF BY FIELDCR6ST, BENOIX 

BENDIX CORP. WILL OPEN FACILITY IN ROCKY MOUNT 

THE MERGING OF BENDIX AND MARTIN-MARIETTA (CARTOON! 

BENFIELD CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES, INC. 

HAZELUOOD 'GHOST TOWN' AFTER EXPLOSIONS, FIRE 
RESIDENTS OF HAZELWOOD RETURN TO THEIR HOMES 
OSHA: plant had VIOLATED SAFETY LAWS 
NO VIOLATIONS FOUND IN BLAST 

BENNETT COLLEGE 

SOUTH AFRICAN AVOIDS DEPORTATION FOR NOW 

BENNETT HOUSE 

SEE BENNETT PLACE STATE HISTORi: SITE 

BENNETT PLACE STATE HISTORIC SITE 

APRIL EVENTS IN NORTH CAROLINA 

TOURISM IN DURHAM AREA IS DOI>(G BETTER than IN '81 
BENNETT PLACE TO MARK SURRENDER 
HISTORY ENCAMPMENT SCHEDULED 

CIVIL WAR ENDED U7 YEARS AGO AT FARM NEAR DURHAM 
TURNING BACK THE CLOCK 
RELOADING MAO DIFFICULT 
CENTER DPFNS 
■ NEW VISITORS CENTER 

OLD-FASHIONED CHRISTMAS 

BENNETT PLACE VISITORS CENTER 
CENTER OPENS 
NEW VISITORS CENTER 

BENSEN AIRCRAFT CORP. 

SEE ALSO GYROCOPTERS , „,,-^„ 

AIRBORNE BED? HEAVY-LIFT HELICOPTER TESTED 

BENSON, N.C. , „ „ 

PULLING EVENT TO KICK OFF MULE DAY 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P BYL 



DATE 

H 2 10/24/62 D 9 U 

H 2 5/06/92 A 10 N 

S 2 3/04/82 12 P N 

S 2 6/30/62 C 1 P N J06 



H 1 3/27/82 C 1 N 
H 2 5/03/92 B 5 N 
H 2 9/13/82 8 6 P N 



H 


? 


4/07/82 


A 


1 ? 


N 


H 


? 


7/24/92 


A 


1 




S 


7 


8/03/62 


H 


1 


N 


s 




8/05/82 


A 


4 


^ 


H 




8/10/92 


A 


4 


E 


H 




8/17/82 


B 


4 




H 




10/20/82 


B 


1 




H 




12/05/82 


D 


4 





H 2 6/24/82 B 1 N S36 
H 2 6/29/92 CI U S35 



S 2 5/29/62 A 3 N 

H 2 5/09/82 A 9 N 

H 2 7/19/82 A 3 N 

H 2 7/19/82 A 3 N 

S 2 4/08/82 A 15 P N 



H 2 12/29/82 A 12 N 
S 2 12/29/62 A 7 N 



H 2 1/06/82 B 



H 2 5/21/92 A 1 P P C55 

H 2 5/21/62 B 1 P N A20 

H 2 5/22/82 A 10 N 

H 2 7/31/32 B 1 P P C56 

H 2 8/12/82 B 1 P P C56 



S 2 1/14/92 C 1 



H 2 11/08/82 A 



H 2 4/01/92 A 13 N 
H 2 9/24/82 A I N 



H 2 1/24/82 A 4 N 
H 1 9/03/82 B 1 N 
H 2 9/24/82 A 4 T T R56 



H 2 4/22/92 A 1 N 

H 2 4/23/82 C 10 P N 

S 2 4/23/82 A 9 N 

H 2 5/08/82 A 5 N 



H 2 4/25/92 A 20 



s 


2 


4/09/92 


D 


1 1 


3 


I 


971 


s 


? 


4/09/92 


A 


1 




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S93 


H 


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4/21/62 


1. 


1 




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7 


4/21/62 


I. 


1 6 




N 






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4/22/82 


r 


6 




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H 


7 


4/25/92 


A 


I 


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7 


4/25/92 


f. 


1 


P 


p 




S 


7 


9/04/92 


(, 


1 


P 


P 


M66 


S 


7 


9/24/92 


(. 


B 


P 




C56 


s 


2 


12/13/92 


C 


I 


P 


P 


S76 


s 


7 


9/04/82 


r 


1 


P 


P 


M66 


s 


2 


9/24/62 


c 


9 




P 


C!)6 



H 2 5/26/82 8 1 P N rt60 
H 2 8/23/82 B 5 N 



HONTHLY/AN 



■4UAL INDEX 

1/01/33 - U/31/32 



SUBJECTS 



N E 
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S 

E 

C PG 



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1/07/83 



•SCARLET LETTER' 



BENTONVILLE STATE HISTORIC SITE 

SEE ALSO THE RATTLE OF 9ENT0NVILLE 
CAMP LIFE TO BE RELIVED 

9ERGWAN RENTAL PROPERTIES 

TWO MEN ROB REALTY FIRM 
TWO MEN ROB DURHAM FIRM 

BERLIN 

GERMANY AND US: aUEST FOR ANS-iERS 

BERLIN: A FASCINATING LADY WITH A 

EAST BERLIN: EERIE FEELINGS ,„,,,,.. 

GERMANS LUF AMERICA - BUT YOJNG ARE CRITICAL 

MOST GEPMANS FAVOR U.S. PRESENCE 

DOUBLE STANDARD APPLIED TO U.S. 

■NATO FORCES WOULO FIGHT...' 

GERMANY'S 'ECONOMIC MIRACLE': TIME CAUGHT UP 

NOTES FROM A GERMAN TOUR ,,,•, 

BERLINEPS THRONG TO HEAR REAGAN AMIO PROTESTS 

BERLIN MALL 

SEE ALSO EAST GERMANY 

SEE ALSO WORLO WAR II ,, ^ . 

BERLIN: A FASCINATING LADY WITH A 'SCARLET LETTER' 

EAST BERLIN: EERIE FEELINGS 

RERNSON CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING 
BFRNSON RITES FRIDAY , ,,„„ 
BERNSON. FOUNDER OF CLEANING FIRM 

BEST AIRLINES 

BFST AIRLINES TO SERVE RALE I GM -DURHAM AIRPORT 
NEW AIRLINE TO SERVE RDU AIRPDRT 
WELCOME ABOARD 

■lEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS I FI LM C PLAYl 
'WHOREHOUSE' IS ONLY HO-HUM 

BEST PRODUCTS CO. 

VIDEO MACHINE TAKEN 

BETA BLOCKERS 

SFE ALSO CALCIUM BLOCKERS 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 

WOMAN'S MIGRAINES STOPPED 

BETA PHI ZETA 

FRATERNITY CLEARED OF ASSAULT „„„„^ 

DUKE REVOKES FRAT CHARTER AFT=R SEXUAL MISCONDUCT PROBE 

DUKE FRATERNITY LOSES CHARTER ,,„. .,..^r, 

DUKE'S REVOCATION OF BETA PHI ZETA'S CHARTER EXPLAINED 

NO TEARS FOR FRAT 

FOATERNITY RELEASES POLICE INVESTIGATION 

BARRED FRATERNITY DENIES REPORT 

OUSTED FRAT AT DUKE UNIV. DENIED APPEAL 

DUKE FRAT MAY APPEAL DECISION 

PUNISHMENT FITS CRIME 

FRATERNITY FILES SUIT OVER CHARTER YANK 

FOATERNITY FILES SUIT TO REINSTATE CHARTER 

COURT UPHOLDS REVOCATION OF FRAT CHARTER 

JUDGE UPHOLDS REVOCATION OF OJKE FRATERNITY'S CHARTER 

BETH-EL SYNAGOGUE 

SEE ALSO B'NAI H'RITH 

SEE ALSO JEWS 

SEE ALSO PASSOVER 

IN THE spotlight: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

BETHANY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH , , „^ „. ,„.„ 
LIGHTING CHRISMON TREE HIGHLIGHT OF HOLIDAY 

BETHANY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, FARMERS MARKET 
TO MARKET; FARMERS SELL PRODUCE IN OPEN AIR 

BETHEL TABERNACLE UNITED HOLY CHURCH 
PAGEANT WINNERS 

BETHESOA, N.C. 

COUNTY BOARD OKS SEWER LINE PROJECT 

BETHESOA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASEBALL TEAMS 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

KIDS CHASE FLIES WHILE BOARD "EETS 
'BETHESOA FEELING' DRAWS PRAISE 

BETHESOA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASK'^TBALL TEAMS 
BETHESOA WINNERS 
BETHESDA'S BEST 

"^'"^'iJn^iirL'J'-I^INnNO .RITHMETIC TAUGHT TO THE TUNE OF 
IT'S "AGIC! 
BFTHESDA PATROL WINS 
BETHESOA WINS FLAG 

WORKSHOP BRINGS CUTTING-UP T I" E 
TOP PATROL 

BETHESOA GOODWIN (BASKETBALL TEAM! ,,„.., t^.„c 
SEE BETHESOA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 3ASKETBALL TEAMS 

BETHESOA LITTLE LEAGUE IBASEBALLI ,, , 

SEE BETHESOA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASEBALL TEAMS 

BETHESOA PURITAN CLU" 

SEE ALSO PURITAN CLUBS 

WHO'S GOT THE SPIRIT? SOUTHER^I! 

BETHESOA SPARTANS (BASKETBALL TEAM) 

SEE BETHESOA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASKcTBALL TEAMS 

BETHESOA TPOTTERS (BASKETBALL TEAM) ,^.^, 

SEE BETHESOA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASKETBALL TEAMS 

BETHESOA VOLUNTEER FIRE OEPT. 

FIRE DEPARTMENTS SEEK NO TAX -IIKES 
MAN DIES IN HOUSE FIRE 

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, SMALL 

sll ALSO m'inOrIty'buSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 
COMPLAINT LIST CITES nuRHAH CABLEVISION 
WEIGANO SPEAKS ON CABLEVISION CRITICS 



H 2 1/11/^2 A 17 



H 


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8/01/B2 


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1 


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8/02/82 


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'./13/B2 


A 


1 


H 


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'./13/82 


A 


S 


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H 2 <./13/82 A 5 
H 2 './14/B2 A 5 



S 2 11/24/62 C IPO 
H 2 11/25/82 C 23 P 



S 2 9/13/82 A I N S83 
H 2 9/l<./e2 B I N 
H 2 9/16/82 A <. E 



H 2 9/13/82 4 R 566 
S 2 10/23/82 A 3 N 



9/19/82 C 11 



H ? 


3/05/82 


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H 7 


3/ 7/82 


A 




N 




S ? 


3/ 7/82 


( 




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H 2 


3/ 9/12 


H 




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S 2 


3/19/82 


A 




F 




S 2 


3/19/82 


1, 




N 




H 7 


3/2 /82 


L 




N 




H 7 


3/3 /82 


H 




N 


W24 


S ? 


3/3 /«2 


A 




N 




S 7 


4/02/82 


A 




F 




H 7 


4/09/82 


B 




N 


B51 


S 7 


4/09/82 


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H ? 


9/10/B2 


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Bil 


S 2 


8/10/82 


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N 





H 2 2/26/82 6 P N 

H 2 12/12/82 C 8 P F G7e 

S 2 6/25/82 9 I P N J06 

S 2 2/15/82 C 5 P P R91 

S 2 9/07/82 A I N EOS 



H 2 
S 2 



S 2 
S 2 



4/20/82 B 
4/20/82 A 



4/07/82 B 
4/13/82 D 



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T37 
M66 



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1/10/82 
2/18/82 
4/08/82 
6/09/82 
10/15/82 
11/13/82 



10 
12 



L30 
C56 
M66 

sa2 



S 2 3/20/82 A I P N S09 



S 2 5/03/82 C 
H 2 11/14/82 A 



H 2 
S 2 



4/08/82 B 
4/08/82 A 



1 N F30 
1 P N 



1 N S51 

3 N 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



N.C. 



BICYCLE ROUTES 
DRAWS PRAISE 



BUSINESS REQUIRES SERVICE ^ .,,,^ 

UNEMPLOYMENT RISES IN DURHAM-3 ALE 1 5H 

;51tJ!i^f ?SrMu"V5sV'I'-a\S%"t"c3nc'erning elor.da firm-s mailings 

5"jr%^u3??EJ'^^i^^tVI5S\ROORAMS CALLED EFFECTIVE 
TRIANGLE BB'i CALLS =0R NEW ME>"BERS 

9ETTFR HEALTH OF DURHAM „, „ „ „ 

SEE FOUNDATION FOR BETTER HEALTH OF DURHAM 

BIBLE 

SEE ALSO GUTENBERG BIBLE 

SEE ALSO RELIGION ,,.„. 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. N.C. RELIGIOJ 

SEE ALSO WYCLIFFE BIBLE TRANSLATORS 

SCIENCE AND THE BIBLE DON'T H« VF TO CLASH 

PRIVATE SCHOOL IN N.C. CITES 3IBLE AS SEGREGATION GUIDE 

FOUNDER OF RIRLE TR ANSL ATOR SE RV I CES D I ES 

L'S;:E-R'5U?.ii'E0LSMS = 'l:i'B%RA°? ikTirr^ but C.LLS them as HE SEES THEM 
THEOLOGIAN OUESTIONS GOSPEL OF JOHN 

BIBLE CHURCHES 

^^IiBlPcHURCHES?' INDEPENDENTS LOOK TO DURHAM FOR NEW CONGREGATIONS 

BIBLICAL RECORDER 

POSTAL RATES SKY FOR CHURCHES 

BIBLICAL RECORDER EDITOR IS NAMED 

THE BIBLICAL RECORDER TO CHANGE ,„..,^c<- 

NEW BAPTIST EDITOR PLANS TO MAKE SOME CHANGES 

RECORDER CHAIRMAN REPLACED 

BICKETT BLVD. (LOUISBURG. N.C.I 
SEE ALSO LOUISBURG. N.C. 

BICKETT BOULEVARD TO BE DEDICATED IN LOUISBURG 

BICYCLE LANES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO 
SEE ALSO CYCLING 

FIVE-LANING OF ERWIN RD 

STUDY CITY PATHS 

'"'"""'official: N.C. BIKE PROGRAM ONE OF BEST IN NATION 
SIDEWALK MENACE 
ENFORCE TRAFFIC LAWS AGAINST "IKE RIDERS 

BICYCLE RACES 

ON YOUR MARK 

BICYCLE SAFETY 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 

OFFICIAL: N.C. 'IIKE PROGRAM 0>l E OF BEST IN NATION 
SHOULD CYCLISTS SE TICKETED? 
BIKF CLINIC 

BICYCLE THEFT 

15 BICYCLES SWIPED FROM PUBLIC SAFETY HO 

BICYCLE TRIPS 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA TARWHEELS BICYCLE CLUB 

SEE ALSO CYCLING ,,_ 

OFFICIAL: N.C. BIKE PROGRAM 0>l E OF BEST IN NATION 

BICYCLISTS TOUR N.C. 

BICYCLE TRIP TO BENEFIT MS SOCIETY 

80 TAP HEELS TO PEDAL 3.600 MILES 

OFF WE GO INTO THE WILD GREEN YONDER 

TARWHEELS PLANNING OURHAM BICYCLE DAY 

NCCU BIKE DAY SLATED 

BIKE RIDES PLANNED SUNDAY 

MOBILE MAYOR 

HALF THE WORK 

CLASS ON PREPARING BIKE TRIP PLANNED 

LOOKS SAFE TO ME 

MAP DEVELOPERS DUE CREDIT 

BICYCLE DAY A SUCCESS 

INDIAN TOURS WORLD BY BIKE 

BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE LANES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE TRIPS 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA TARWHEELS BICYCLE CLUB 

SEE ALSO CYCLING 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. BIKE DAY 

OFF WE GO INTO THE WILD GREEN YONDER 

TARWHEELS PLANNING DURHAM BICYCLE DAY 

SIDEWALK MENACE 

BICYCLE RODFO SLATED TODAY IN BURLINGTON 

BLEAK OUTING 

BID-PIGGING 

SEE PRICE FIXING 

BIG BROTHERS. DURHAM _ , 

•PARTNEOS' HELPS CHILDREN WITH PSYCHIATRIC PROBLcMS 
PARTNERS IN PSYCHIATRY 

BIG DAVE'S GROCERY (OTTAWA ST.) 

CUSTOMERS FOIL ROBBERY AT STO= E 

BIG EAST CONFERENCE 
THE BIG EAST 

'"^sIpALSn'^PRip'^rEA^snisKETBALL (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOL! 
CHAPEL HILL ESCAPES PERSON'S JPSET BID, TAKES BIG SIX TITLE 
CHAPEL HILL NIPS VANCE IN OT, 48-46 
HILLSIDE FAST BREAKS BY VANCE IN BIG SIX 
HORNETS STING VANCE AS PREP PLAYOFFS BEGIN 
DAVIS. MILLER TOPS IN BIG SIX 

TIGERS OPEN TITLE DRIVE WITH JIN OVER NORTHERN 
DURHAM DOWNS HILLSIDE. MEETS TIGERS FOR CROWN 
KNIGHTS DOMINATE BIG 6 TEAM 
CHAPEL HILL EDGES BY DURHAM. 50-48 
TIGERS CAPTURE TWO CROWNS 

CHAPEL HILL BOYS. GIRLS MEET GRMSLEY „„,-^„ 

BIG six: BULLDOGS LOOK TOUGH WITH CARRINGTON ATOP EXPERIENCED ROSTER 

BIG SIX CONFERENCE. FOOTBALL 

GARY'S DEFENSE POSES PROBLEM c OR KNIGHTS 

THE DRAW: THERE'S NO BEST WAY TO MAKE GOOD OF A BAD SITUATION 

BIG SIX CONFERENCE. GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



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H 2 7/11/82 D 
H 2 7/25/82 D 
H 2 8/09/82 C 
H 2 10/10/82 D 
H 1 11/02/82 B 
H 2 11/07/82 D 


1 P N 
IP N 

10 N 

2 N 
1 N 
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1/14/82 
1/28/92 
4/24/82 
9/03/82 
9/18/82 
11/09/82 



H 2 3/27/82 A 



1/16/82 
5/26/82 
8/11/82 
3/14/82 
10/09/82 



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H 2 1/08/82 B 1 M N S51 
S 2 6/15/82 B 1 P P R91 



1/18/82 
5/31/82 
6/28/82 



S 2 6/26/82 A 3 P P C56 



1/18/82 
5/27/82 
8/30/82 



10 
5 



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H 2 


1/18/82 


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2/03/82 


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2/25/82 


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3/03/82 


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4/13/82 


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4/15/82 


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4/17/82 


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H 7 


4/19/82 


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S 2 


4/19/82 


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4/19/82 


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4/29/82 


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H 2 


5/05/82 


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7/25/82 


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4/09/82 1 

4/09/82 D 12 

5/31/82 A 4 

7/17/82 9 I 

11/29/82 B I 



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2/06/82 


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2/16/82 


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S 2 


2/03/82 


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S 2 


11/19/82 


D 


13 


p 


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H 2 


2/17/82 


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7 




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H 2 


2/20/82 


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H ? 


2/23/82 


H 


3 




N 




S 2 


2/23/82 


H 


7 


P 


N 


C09 


<; 7 


2/24/82 


h 


1 




N 




H 2 


2/25/82 


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7 




N 




H 2 


2/25/82 


1) 


7 


p 


N 




S 2 


2/26/82 


1) 


f 




N 




H 7 


2/27/82 


B 


3 




N 




S 2 


2/27/82 


A 


8 




N 




H 7 


2/29/82 


rt 


1 7 




N 


SM 


H 2 


11/17/82 


U 


1 1 




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S 7 


9/09/82 


R 


1 




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C09 


H 2 


11/07/82 


b 


9 




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C36 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



o»GE 60 
1/07/83 



HUNTER PE^^FHRHS IN AAU 



SEE ALSO GIRLS' BASKETBALL (GENERAL HEAOINGl 
CHAOEL HILL GIRLS TAKE TITLE 
CHAPEL "ILL GIRLS WIN. REACH =INALS 
MISS LEAKE'S 28 SPARK TIGERS' .* I N 
PERSON-AL TOUCH 

■"IG SIX CONFERENCE. GIRLS' TENNIS 

VANCE. CHSP6L HILL TOP BIG SIX TENNIS 

1IG SIX CONFERENCE. TRACK 

VANCE TRACK APPROACHES STATE < ITH HIGH HOPES; 

" SEE^ALSC FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, N.C. 
FBI UNVEILS '"IG 6' LIST OF FJGITIVES 
'BIG SIX' CRI"INAL CAPTURED 
•BIG !>' GETS ANOTHER NAWE 
IDEA WORTH COPYING 

BIG STAR FOOD ST^^RE (WELLONS VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER) 
THIEF TAKES SI. 300 IN CIGARETTES 

"IG STAR FOOD STORES (GENERAL HEAOINGl 
BIG STAR MAY CLOSE SOME STORES 
BIG STAR TO CLOSE 74 STORES 

BIG TEN CONFERENCE. BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 

FIRST BIG 10-ACC SHOOTOUT FIZZLES , 

BIGAMY 

SEE ALSO "ARRIAGES. U.S. 

DETECTIVES PRTBE 2 BIGAMY CASES 

"IKE RIDES 

SEE CYCLING 

=<ILINGUAL EDUCATION 

SEE FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

SEE SCHOOLS. U.S.. CURRICULUM 

SILL DEAL AND THE RHONDELLS (MUSIC GROUP) 
BAND MAY GET NEW BILLING 

BILL OF RIGHTS , , 

SEE ALSO FIRS'' AMENDMENT 
SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF RELIGION 
S'=E ALSO FREEDOM OF SPEECH 
SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF THE PRESS 
SEE ALSO U.S. CONSTITUTION 
FLEETING THOUGHT 

BILLBOARDS 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 

WOULD YCU RATHER SEE GOLOENROC OR GOLDEN ARCHES? 

BOARD TO MULL VEGETATION PLAN 

FOLIAGE-CUTTING POLICY OK'D 

DES M0INES???7? BUT I THOUGHT. . . 

JUST 4 OEMINDER 

BURLINGTON SETS HEARING ON OUTDOOR ADVERTISING 

BURLINGTON OK S SIGN FOR OUTLET CENTER 

BEG YOUR PARTON 

BILLIARDS 

SEE ALSO GAMES 

SEE ALSO POOL 

BANK SHOT 

BILLITON EXPLORATORY U.S.A. 

TWO COMPANIES SEEKING RARE TIN DEPOSITS IN N.C. 

"ILTMQPE HOUSE 

3ILTM0RE. BRITISH FIRM ARE PARTNERS 
VICTORIAN CHRISTMAS AT BILTM05E HOUSE 

BIMBE FESTIVAL (DURHAM AFRICAN FESTIVAL) 
WEEK-LONG 3IMBE FESTIVAL PLAN'JEO 
BIMBE FESTIVAL BEGINS SUNDAY 
3IMBE OPENS 
THE MUSIC WAS HOT. 3UT SO WAS THE DAY 

SINGHAM TOWNSHIP (WEST OF CARRBORO. N.C.) 
SEE ALSO CARRSORO. N.C. 

ORANGF STUDY FINDS. RATES bl POSSIBLE AIRPORT SITES 
ORANGE RESIDENTS SAY AIRPORT .iOULO LOWER PROPERTY VALUES 

BINGO 

SEE ALSO GAMBLING 
SEE ALSO GAMES 

CHURCH "INGO PROSECUTION HELD UNLIKELY AFTER RULING 

9 ARRESTED AT CHU»CH BINGO GA" E 

COLBERT REINSTATED PENDING PR?BE 

LEGAL AID HEAD REINSTATED 

INDIANS START HIGH-STAKES BINGO GAMES AT CHEROKEE 

CHAIRMAN OF LEGAL AID'S BOARD GETS POWER TO SIGN CONTRACTS 

INDIANS GET A BREAK 

RIOFEEDBACK 

SEE ALSO BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION , „ 

OH. MY ACHING. ..HOW TO COPE WI TH A PAIN IN THE HEAD 
HE FIGHTS FAT AND TAXES 

BIOLOGICAL WARFAOE 

SEE ALSO CHEMICAL WARFARE 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION. BIOLOGICAL WARFARE 
CHEMICAL WEAPONS: ADVANCES IN TERROR 

BIOHEOICAL REFERENCE LABORATORIES TF BURLINGTON 
N.J. FIRM TO ACQUIRE N.C. LAB 
MERGER NOT EXPECTED TO AFFECT WORKERS 

SLOWER PACE OF MIRING EXPECTED IN TRIANGLE . , ., „.,.e,. 

WHO'S THE FATHER? PATERNITY LAB CAN'T ALWAYS ANSWER; BUT IT RULES. 

BIOTECHNOLOGY 

SEE ALSO DNA RESEARCH 
SEE ALSn GENETIC RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO N.C. BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER 
A GIFT OF HOP? 

BIRCHWOOD ESTATES ^ „ . 

TURNKEY OFFERS CHANCE TO OWN 

BIRCHWOOD RECREATION CENTER 

VANDALS DAMAGE PARK LIGHTS 

niRO FFfOERS 



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H 2 3/31/82 A 11 



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TAKE BIRDS UNOEOHING BY FEEOIMG THE'! PROPERLY 
NOW HE KNOU WHO TO BLAME COR » LL THIS WEATHER 
FHLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 
CHOO CHOO TELLS HIS VERSION OF NIGHT IN KINGSPORT 

n IRQHOUSFS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE PET SET 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE PET SET 
WITH THF OUTDOOR CROWD 



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1IRDS 

SEE ALSO BLUEP 
SEE ALSO CANAR 
SEE ALSO N.C., 
SEE ALSO UNIV. 
SEE ALSO WOOOP 
SEE ALSO WRENS 
CENTER HELPS 
FOLKS AROUND 
TAKE 5IRDS U: 
FOLKS AROUND 
FOLKS AROUND 
•BEAST OF L« 
HER HOME IS 
THEY'RE IN G 
EARLY BIRD 
SPOTTING BIR 
N.C. FEATHER 
BIRDS ARE A 
BLUEBIRDS ON 
WRENS IN A K 
N.C. MAN HAS 
FEATHERED FR 
THEODORE: 31 
TOWER TWEETE 
FEATHERED FR 
CUTTING SAID 
ROOST RAZED 
THOUGHTS ON 
WAITING FOR 



IRDS 
lES 

Of'n.C. -CHARLOTTE CAROLINA RAPTOR REHABILITATION 
ECKERS 

HEAL INJURED BIR3S OF PREY 

HERE: WITH THE PET SET 
NOERWING BY FEEOI^^G THEM PROPERLY 

HERE: WITH THE PET SET 

HERE: WITH THE PET SET 
KEWOOD- IS IDENTIF lED 
FOR THE BIRDS 
ODD HANDS WITH DOROTHY 

05 OF PREY IN YOU^ OWN BACKYARD 
S FLEW OVER CHOICE OF BIRD 
PECK OF TROUBLE 

THE WAY BACK IN N.C. CONSERVATIONIST SAYS 
ETTLE 

GONE TO THE BIRDS 
lENO 
RD TAKES A LIKING TO LIFE WITH HUMANS 

lENOS LINE UP FOR GROCERS' BOUNTY 
EXTREME IN FIGHT AGAINST BIRDS 

MANNERS: BIROS' AND HUMANS' 
WINTER? 



!. RESEARCH CENTER 



BIRDWATCHERS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL BIRD CLUB 

SEE ALSO NEW HOPE AUDUBON SOCIETY , ,„ ,t 

WINTER MONTHS OFFER PEAK TIME FOR BIRD WATCHING AT N.C. COAST 
FEB. 1972: NIXON IN CHINA, NEJ SKYSCRAPER ON DURHAM HORIZON 

BIRMINGHAM CONSTRUCTION CO. 
OBITUARY 
BIRMINGHAM SERVICES WILL BE HELD TOMORROW 

BIRTH CERTIFICATES 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: A LATE ARRIVAL 

BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO 4B0RTI0N 

SEE ALSO BIRTHS. ILLEGITIMATE 

SEE ALSO CHIL1BIRTH 

SEE ALSO CHILDLESS COUPLES 

SEE ALSO ESTROGEN 

SEE ALSO FAMILY PLANNING 

SEE ALSO FERTILITY 

SFE ALSO PLANNED PARENTHOOD 

SEE ALSO POPULATION CONTROL 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SEE ALSO STERILIZATION 

SUCCESS OF PREGNANCY PREVENTION PROGRAM IN JEOPARDY. . . 

THE^RICHARD SCHWE I KER- JEREMI AH DENTON BIRTH CONTROL PILL (CARTOON) 

FAMILY PLANNING AN IMPORTANT ISSUE 

CONTRACEPTION BILL SAID COSTLY 

YWCA <:AYS OON'T TELL PARENTS 

DOCTOR STUDIES STERILIZATION WITHOUT SURGERY 

SAFE. EFFECTIVE CONTRACEPTION ELUSIVE 

USE BIRTH CONTROL TO CUT ABORTIONS 

BIRTH CONTROL, MALE 

CONTRACEPTIVE FOR MALES TESTED AT UNC 

BIRTH CONTROL PILLS 

BIRTH CONTROL PILL DEBATES REKINDLED 

STUDY TO PROBE SAFE USE OF PILL BY SICKLE CELL PATIENTS 

BIRTH DEFECTS 

SEE ALSO "ARCH OF DIMES 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

GFNE TRACING METHOD FINDS DISEASE LINKS 

WASHINGTON JERKS THE STRINGS 

BLOOD TEST MAY DETECT DISEASE RISK 

AWARENESS CAN HELP PREVENT BIRTH DEFECTS 

DRUGS CAN CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS 

UNC STUDY SHOWS NEW GENE LINKS 

BIRTHDAYS 

MILEPOSTS 

THE L'SS BIRTHDAY HOOPLA THE ?6TTER 

CAKE WITH A MESSAGE 

JULY t*TH BABY BEAT HIGH ODDS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: BIRTHDAY GREETINGS 

ON THE ROAD AGAIN 

BIRTHDAY GOOD WISHES 

BIRTHMARKS 

ARGON LASER CAN LIGHTEN BIRTHMARKS 

BIRTHS, ILLEGITIMATE 
SEE ALSO ABORTION 
SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 
SEE ALSO CHILCiaiRTH 
SEE ALSO CHILDLESS COUPLES 
SEE ALSO PATERNITY SUITS 
SEE ALSO PLANNED PARENTHOOD 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

RACIAL DOUBLE STANDARD 

KINDNESS, 3PUTALITY REPORTED IN HOSTAGE CASE 

COUSIN: SHAME BROUGHT GIRL TO ABANDON CHILD 

BISCUITS 

SEE ALSO BREAD 
SEE ALSO FOOD 

AT LAST! BLASTPROOF BISCUIT! 

EXPERIENCED BAKER SAYS BEATING BISCUITS DIFFICULT 

BISCUITVILLE IW. CLUB BLVD. I 

SAFE, CASH TAKEN FROM DURHAM BUSINESS 



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BISHOPS 

BISHOPS GO FAS AFIELD 

PITING 

CHILD BITTEN '^y HUMANS 

SLACK CHURCH IN AMERICA 

SEE ALSO CHURCHES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHURCHES* U.S. 

SEE ALSO "INISTERS. BLACK 

SEE ALSO RELIGION 

SLACK CHURCH CONFERENCE SET _ 

YATFS ASS3CIATI0N A')MITS ?LAC< CHURCH AS '(EXdER 

OUKE PROFESSO" TO SPEAK ON "A?LEH. BLACK CHURCH 

LINCOLN TO SPFAK ABOUT HARLEH 

MILESTONE: PASTOR HONORED FOR HALF-CENTURY OF PREACHING 

'■'see also AMERICAN NEGRO COLLEGE FUND 
SEE ALSO HOWARD UNIV. 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C OE SEGR E j AT I ON 
SEE ALSO WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIV. 

NCCU HELPS OTHER BLACK COLLEGES SEEK RESEARCH FUNDS 

'""°'"'*cSaNCflL0R says BLACK COLLEGES NOT OBSOLETE 

BLACK SCHOOL SEEKS FOREIGN STJOENTS , , . ,, .„ 

SPEAKER SAYS BLACK COLLEGES WILL NEED MORE PRIVATE AID 

WHRKSHOP TO HELP COLLEGES 

N.C. ALUMNI GROUP SETS BANQUET DATE 

INTEGRATION OUANORY 

BLACK COLLEGES. N.C. BUDGET 

4 UNC SCHOOLS MAY LOSE FUNDS 

BLACK COLLEGES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN NEGRO COLLEGE FUND 

FPIFN'-SHIP COLLEGE NOT LIKELY TO REOPEN 
FOI'^ay: proposed Cuts would hJRT black SCHOOLS 
BLACK COLLEGES PRODDED TO SEE< FEDERAL MONEY 

BLACK ENTERPRISE MAGAZINE 

PUBLISHER VISITS SCHOOL 

•'LACK HISTORY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS. BLACK HISTORY 
SEE ALSO I REME"8ER HARLEM I TV 5ERIESI 

RALEIGH HOSTED FIRST CONCLAVE OF NORTH CAROLINA FREEDMEN 

FREED SLAVES SOUGHT CIVIL RIG^TS IN N.C. 

CULTURE CELEBRATION SET 

AN OCCASION TO TAKE STOCK OF 1LACK HISTORY 

SERIES ON HARLEM IN 192DS IS PLANNED 

NEW SERIES EXAMINES -HARLEM RENAISSANCE* 

THE NE« NEGRO RENAISSANCE: HAJLEM IN THE 'TWENTIES 

FILM ON MARLS" TO BE SHOWN 

UNC-G PROFESSOR TO SPEAK AT LIBRARY 

FALL SERIES SPOTLIGHTS '20S HARLEM 

NCCU PROFESSOR WILL GIVE LECTJRE 

BLACK IMAGES RAISE 3UESTI0NS 

BLACK HISTORY "ONTH 

NCCU TO OBSERVE FEB. AS BLACK HISTORY MONTH 

NCCU PLANS BLACK HISTORY OBSERVANCES 

CELEBRATE BLACK CULTURE DURING BLACK HISTORY MONTH 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH OF ACTIVITIES IN TRIANGLE 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH 

STA-PS DEPICT BLACK HISTORY 

AN OCCASION TO TAKE STOCK OF BLACK HISTORY 

FILMS ON BLACKS TO " E FEATURED 

HALEY TO SPEAK ON .ROOTS' 

SYMPHONY KEYS BLACK COMPOSERS 

BLACK WOMEN ACHIEVERS 

OUSHA" "LACK LEADERS SEE PROG- ESS. PROBLEMS 

SCHOOLS PARTICIPATE 

GALLERY FEATURES R BLACK ARTISTS 

BLACK CHURCH CONFERENCE SET 

PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

"LACK INOUSTPIFS. INC. 

G=OUP IN GREENSBORO ORGANIZES NEW BANK 
BLACK INDUSTRIES EARNINGS ARE UP 
BLACK SAYS NINE-MONTH PROFITS UP 
BLACK INDUSTRIES INCOME UP 

BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

SEE N.C. ?LACK DEMOCRATIC LEADE'SHIP CAUCUS 

"LACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS OF VANCE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO VANCE COUNTY. N.C. 
VANCE GROUPS PLAN FORUM 

The black librarian in the southeast (BOOK) 
NCCU ISSUES BOOK ON BLACK LIBRARIANS 

BLACK MgpCHANTS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

BLACK BUSINESS OWNERS SEEK "ORE POSITIVE IMAGE 

BLACK MUSLIMS 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN MUSLIM MISSION 
SEE ALSO "USLIHS 

MUSLIM BEFERENCFS WERE OUTDATED 

EDITORIAL INACCURATE. HARMFUL TO "USLIMS 

UPDATE ON THE MUSLIMS 

MUSLIM UPDATE 

EDITORIAL JUDGMENTS 

LOCAL MUSLIMS ('bLACK'l PURSU= AMERICAN IDEAL 

BLACK NATIVITY (PLAY) 

■NATIVITY' AN EXCITING CHRIST-AS GIFT 

BLACK-OwNE" BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO PLACK MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BLACKS. U.S.. ECONOMIC STATUS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM BUSINESS ANC PROFESSIONAL CHAIN 
SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO "INORITY CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY BUSINESSES 
U.S. WILL HELP MINORITY BUSINrSSSS. CHAIN TOLD 
MINORITY BUSINESSES NEED SUPPORT 

CENTER MAY AID MINORITY BUSINESS ,,.,,, r .,., 

HAYTI GRANT BOOSTS FORTUNES 0= DURHAM BUSINESS CHAIN 
MINORITY EI0M5 ENCOURAGED TO 'ROADEN THEIR APPEAL 
STATE PLANS WORKSHOPS FOR MINORITY BUSINESSES 



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1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



NAACP PLANS TO PROD INDUSTRY TO HELP BLACKS 

BLACKS "OST HURT py ECQNQMy 

3LACK 3USINFSS OWNERS SEEK »0? E POSITIVE IMAGE 

MINORITIES TO GET HELP IN 3USINESS 

CHAIN TO AID MINORITY FIRMS , . ^„ ^,„„, 

REYNOLDS TAKES INSURANCE FROM BLACK-OWNED FIRMS 

MINORITY CENT*=R GETS 2N0 CHANCE 

REYNOLDS INDUSTRIES BEGINS SE'IES OF SEMINARS 

=?LACK PHYSICIANS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS. N.C. 

BLACK DOCTORS OPEN PRACTICE 

3LACK^HALNUTS^^^^^_ ^^^^ kOEPKE'S I OME UP WITH A WAY TO EXTRACT THEIR. 

5LACK WOMEN 

NATURAL LOOK'S IN FOR BLACK WOMEN 



IS CAPTIVATING 



MANDATORY CONTROLS 



"ILACKBEAPO SPEAKS 

•5LACKBEA00 SPEAKS" 

BLACKBERRIES 

BLACKBERRY PATCH 

"""'"'^BLACKBIRDS AGAIN INVADE CHARLOTTE'S MYERS PARK 

■iLACKIE'S STEAK HOUSE (CHAPEL HILL. N.C.I 
FIRE DAMAGE 
RESTAURANT FIRE 

BLACKLISTS 

SEE BOYCOTTS 

BLACKMAIL 

SEE EXTORTION 

9LACKNALL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IIREOELL ST.) 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: AT LAST 

BLACKOUTS 

SEE ENERGY CONSERVATION. 
SEE POWER FAILURES 

BLACKS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C RACE RELA 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL. BL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COMMITTEE ON THf 

WARNING ISSUED ON CIVIC CENTE' 

BLACKS WANT TO BARGAIN FOR CIV 

NO PLACE FOR RACISM IN OOWNTCM 

RACIAL r!IVISI"N COULD RUIN CIV 

DURHA1 BLACK LEADERS SEE PROGl 

CIVIC CENTER STRATEGY UNVEILEO 

BLACK PEOPLE GET RAW DEAL 

BLACK POLITICAL GROUP BACKS KE 

iPAULPING MAY GET ONLY ENDORSE 

BLACK COMMITTEE ENDORSES SPAUL 

SPAULDP:G TO GET ENOORSEMENT 

BLATKS SUPPORT CIVIC CENTER. F 

BLACK SUPPORT BOOSTS CIVIC C EN 

MORE BLACK VOTE'S REGISTER IN 

BLACK THEATER 

PANEL OKS GUARANTEES TO BLACKS 

CENTEO GUARANTEES OBJECT OF CO 

CENTER MERIT TO DECIDE GROUP'S 

BLACK CCM»'ITTEE LEADERS OIFFE' 

SLACKS SHOULD VIEW RECORD 

STUDY: BLACKS ACCUSED OF SEX 

HEADLINE INFLAMMATORY 

FIRST BLACK OFFICER'S MOTTO: ■ 

BELL 1ST BLACK TO HEAD COMMISS 

COMMISSIONERS SELECT BILL BELL 

A NEW CHAIRMAN FOR THE COUNTY 

BLACKS. EMPLOYMENT 
SFE JOB TRAINING 

"LACKS. LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK LAWYERS 

BLACK LAWYERS ENDORSE STEPHENS 

FINANCES HAMPER BLACK LAW STUDENTS 

WALKOUT MARKS LEARY'S SWEARING-IN 

LAWYERS. JUDGE PROTEST FIRING OF BAILIFF 

JUDGE USES -FLAWED JUDGMENT IN WALKOUT 

BLACKS. MINISTERS 

SEE MINISTERS. BLACK 

COLLEGES 
S. DURHAM 
S. U.S. 

NAL BLACK NURSES ASSOCIATION 
ASSOCIATION OF BLACK EDUCATORS 
BLACK DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

TASK FORCE ON ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE AMONG BLACKS 
S EXPECTEO TO WORK ON REO I STR IC T I NG PROJECT 
IFS SPARK RIGHTS ACTIVISTS 
DISTRICTING PLAN 

NTS GIVEN IN DISC IMINATION SUIT 
MAYOR EXPECTS 2ND DISTRICT RUN-OFF 

CONFERENCE 
EETING SET NEXT WEEK 
VOTING STRENGTH IN 2N0 
STRENGTH IN 2ND DISTRICT 
TO BOLSTER GOP 
IRNOUT IN EAST EXAMINED 

BLACKS IN N.C. GE" LONGER JAIL TERMS THAN WHITeS 
BLACKS GET LONGER PRISON SENTENCES 

BOARD URGED 
FOR COURT SEAT 
TION AIDING BLACK NURSE EDUCATION 

BLACKS. POLICE 

SEE ALSO POLICE. 'I.e. 

SEE ALSO POLICE. U.S. . .,,,„. 

FIRST BLACK OFFICER'S MOTTO: 'BE HARD BUT FAIR* 

RALEIGH ACKNOWLEDGES LACK OF BLACK OFFICERS 

<. FORMER POLICE OFFICERS SUE 

BLACKS. POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS 



TIONS 

ACK MEMBERS 
AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

IC CENTER SUPPORT 

N COMPLEX 

IC CENTER PLAN 

ESS. PROBLEMS 

: PLAN TIES BOND ISSUE TO HAYT I . 

N SPAULDING 

HENT 

DING ALONE FOR HOUSE 

RA2IER SAYS 
TER PROJECT 
DURHAM 

ON CIVIC CENTER 
UNCIL 
SUPPORT 
ON AIMS OF STUDY 

FFENSES FARE BETTER 

BE HARD BUT FAIR' 
lONERS 

AS CHAIRMAN 
BOARD 



LACKS. N.C 




SE^: ALSO 


BLACK 


SEE ALSO 


BLACK 


SEE ALSO 


BLACK 


SEE ALSO 


NATIO 


SEE ALSO 


N.C. 


SEE ALSO 


N.C. 


SEE ALSO 


N.C. 


STATISTICIAN 


REAGAN 


POLK 


PANEL 


]KS RE 


FINAL 


VPGUMF 


ROCKY 


MOUNT 


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MONTHLT/4 



NNUAL INOEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



EI4GE 6^1 
1/07/83 



SEE ALSO DURHAM COMMITTEE ON TH= AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 
SEE ALSO N.C. 9LACK OEMCCSATIC LEADFSSMIP CAUCUS 
SEE ALSO N.C. CONFERENCE OF BLACK MAYORS 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL OFFICE HOLOERS 
SEE ALSO SOUTH ORANGE BLACK CAUCUS 

N.C. TRAILS IN PERCENTAGE OF 3LACKS IN LEGISLATURE 

RACIAL PERCE.MTAGES IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

PANEL OKS RFriisTRICTING PLAN 

REPRESENTATION ^QP THE POOR 

BLACKS SEEK TO "OLSTER GOP 

MINORITIES SEFK GAINS IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

15 »LACKS REMAIN IN LEGISLATIVE RACES 

JARPEN SLACKS GAIN POSTS 

SLACKS LIKELY TO MAKE GAINS IV LEGISLATURE NEXT MONTH 

SLACKS SEEK GAINS IN LEGISLATIVE RACES: ANALYSIS 

9 BLACKS ELECTED IN SOUTHEAST N.C. 

DEMOCRATS ANO BLACKS GAIN N.C. LEGISLATIVE SEATS 

BLACKS GAIN GROUND IN TAR HEEL ELECTIONS 

BLACK LEGISLATORS FORM CAUCUS; SPAULOING APPOINTED CHAIRMAN 

SPAULPING NAMEO BLACK CAUCUS HEAD 

9LACKS. STUDENTS 

SPECIAL PROGRAM URGED FOR BLACKS 

BLACK CHILDREN'S TEST SCORES HIGHER 

BLACK-WHITE TEST GAP NARROWS 

UNIVERSITIES REPORT DIP IN BLACK-STUDIES STUDENTS 

BLACKS. TEACHERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK EDUCATORS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS. N.C. 

BLACK EDUCATORS ORGANIZE STATEWIDE INTEREST GROUP 
BLACK STUDENTS' PRO'lLEMS FOCUS OF EDUCATORS GROUP 

BLACKS. THEATER 

SEE ALSO THEATERS. DURHAM 

THEATER DEVELOPERS HOPE TO REVIVE LOST BLACK ART 
BLACK THEATER 

BLACKS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NESR3 WOMEN 

SEE ALSO UNEMPLOYMENT, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO WOMEN. POLITICIANS 

RFAGANOMICS WILL HURT BLACKS. PROFESSOR SAYS 

CONGRESSMAN ASSAILS REAGAN POLICIES 

RANGEL: congress TO REJECT BUDGET 

MCKISSICK SAYS BLACKS MUST LEARN TO HELP THEMSELVES 

MCKISSICk: "YOUP'RE SLEEPING' 

AMERICAN BUSINESS WANTED IN SOUTH AFRICA 

REBUKING HATE"ON&ERS 

BLACKS "UST BACK PEOPLE. NOT LABELS 

BLACKS. U.S.. CANCER 

MELANOMA SAID MORE DEADLY IN 3LACKS 



BLACK 

SE 
SE 



BLACK 

SE 
SE 



BLACK 
BLACK 

BLADO 
= LAOEl 
BLADEI 



S. U.S.. ECONOMIC STATUS 

' ALSO PLACK-OWNEO BUSINESSES 

E ALSO ECONOMY. U.S. 

SLACKS "OST HURT BY ECONOMY 

NAACP LEADERS STRESS BUSINESS ROLE 

S. VOTER REGISTRATION 
E ALSO MINORITY VOTERS 
E ALSO VOTER OEGISTRATION 
VOTING CRUCIAL FOR MINORITIES 
SLACK VOTER REGISTRATION JU"?^ 13* 
LOW BLACK TURNOUT IN EAST EXAMINED 
MORE BLACKS ARE VOTING IN N.C. 
2N0 DISTRICT RACE SEEN TEST 0= BLACKS- 
SMITHS 
A SMITHY RECALLS HIS TRADE 

WELDER'S FURNITURE CO. 

BANKRUPTCY OF STATESVILLE FIRM COULD SET LEGAL PRECEDENTS 

7 FIRMS SAID ENTITLED TO 175,000 



POLITICAL INFLUENCE 



VALVE AIDS BLADDER CONTROL 



N COUNTY, >4.C. 

1 KILLED, <> WOUNOED IN BLADEN 



N COUNTY SCHOOLS 
STUDENTS BOYCOTT SCHOOL 



BLAIR HOUSE (RESTAURANTI 

EX-MANAGER OF RESTAURANT FOUND GUILTY 
EX-MANAGER OF RESTAURANT FOUND GUILTY 



BLIND 

SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 

SAMM 

BEEP 

SChO 

OURH 

LEGA 

MAN 

THE 

2 AR 

BLIN 

VISU 

SPEC 

CONS 

'PES 

BLIN 

BLIN 

MAN 

INDU 



SO CATARACTS 
S'^ ENO PAREN 
SO LION'S CL 
SO MOREHEAD 
SO N.C. COUN 
SO SEEING-EY 
S AS MUCH 
all: SPOR 
OL PROGRAM S 
AM PARENTS S 
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MIRACLE TREE 
RESTED IN AB 
D WOMAN'S HO 
ALLY HANOICA 
lAL LENS SYS 
IDEPATION 
CON' RHYMES 
D MAN IS ATT 
MAN ROBBED 
FILES SUIT 
STRY FOR BLI 



TS OF VISUALLY IMPAIRED CHILDREN 

UB INDUSTRIES 

SCHOOL FOR TH= BLIND 

CIL OF THE BLIND 

E DOGS 

PART OF SCENE AS »OST OFFICE 
FOR THE BLINO 
OUGHT FOR SIGH T-I"PAIREO 
ESK TSACHFR FOR BLIND STUDENTS 
N IS ABDUCTED. BEATEN 
OS. BEATEN. BOUND 

DUCTION OF BLIND MAN 

USE PAINTED BY VOLUNTEERS 

PPED TEENS TO BEGIN PROGRAM 

TEMS CAN GIVE SIGHT TO BLIND PEOPLE 



SEE, OR HEAR WELL 



WORDS HF CAN'T 
ACKEO 



VER GUIDE DOG 

NO WILL HAKE HELiMET STRAPS 



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BLOCKADES 

COASTAL TOWN IN SLOCKADE 



S 2 7/22/'>2 C 



BLEEDING STOPPED WITHOUT SURGERY 
REVERSALS IN BLOOD FLOW DOCUMENTED 

BLOOD DONORS 

SEE ALSO BLOOOMOBILE 

RED CROSS SEEKING DONORS 



H 2 4/01/82 A 14 N 
H 2 6/10/62 C 10 N 



H 2 1/14/82 A 13 



MONTHLY/AN-^UAL 



INDEX 
U/31/82 



DURHAM KESIOENTS ROLL UP TH? II SLEEVES 

GIVING FLOOD 

CARRBOftO BLOOD DRIVE SET MONOJ Y 

SLDOD DRIVE SET MONDAY 

3L000 PIONE^S IS HQNORE" , ».,,,.,t, 

BLOOD DONORS NEEDED 10 AID CANCER PATIENTS 

BLOOD NEEDED FOR PLATELETSt SAYS AGENCY 

BLOOO DRIVE 

DURHAM RED CROSS GETS AMARD 

BLOOD DONATIONS EARN RECOGNITION 

REJECTED BLOOD DONOR FATALLY SHOOTS HIMSELF 
BLOOD DONORS REACH 300 PERCENT OF QUOTA „„„.^,„„, 
GENEROUS: COMPANY SETS RECORD WITH BLOOD DONATIONS 
ECONOMY SEEN HELPING BOOST SALES OF BLOOD 

BLOOD PRESSURE 

SEE ALSO HYPERTENSION ,„„,, 

BLOOD PRESSURE TEST IS FREE AT RED CROSS 
MANY PEOPLE CHECK BLOOD PRESSJRE AT HOME 
STUDY: GARLIC LOi^ERS BLOOD PR-SSURE 

BLOOD TESTS 

SEE ALSO BREATHALYZER TEST 
SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 
SEE ALSO RECKLESS DRIVING 

3L000 TESTS GAINING ACCEPTANCE IN COURT 

BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS 

SEE ALSO ARTIFICIAL BLOOO 

4-YEAP-OLO GETS BLOOO TRANSFUSION 

BL00DM08ILE 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN RED CROSS 
SEE ALSO BLOOO DONORS 

BLOODMOBILE TO VISIT VANCE 

BLOODMOBILE 

BLOODMOBILE 

BLOODMOBILE 

BLOODMOBILE 



TO VISIT HENDERSON 

TO BE IN CHATHAM 

TO VISIT ALAMANCE 

TO VISIT TCA 



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'" " BLOWTORCH NEARLY CAUSES ANOTHER FIRE AT COLONIAL 
FIRE OFFICIALS ISSUE WARNING 



H 2 1/13/62 B I P N A54 
S 2 1/13/82 C 1 N U57 



WE HAVE A winner: BUT THE COUNCIL SANG THE BLUES 

BLUE BELL MANUFACTURING* INC. 

BLUE "ELL STOCKHOLDERS WANT ANSWERS 

BLUE PELL BOARD FIRES 2 CONSULTANTS 

BLUE BELL TO CLOSE 3 PLANTS ^ „,,..,, 

BLUE BELL TO REVIEW THREE PLANT CLOSINGS 

BLUE BELL CHIEF BACKED 
NEW PRESIDENT IS SELECTED FOR BLUE BELL 

"'"' ['."lluk l'k'i\s'Bl<f[?>y°€U"th NEW JOBS IN REORGANIZATION 
WORKERS' HEALTH-PLAN COST COULD RISE 
EXPERT ON HE.10PHILIA TO ADDRESS VOLUNTEERS 
BURROUGHS WELLCOME WINS GOVERNOR'S FITNESS AWARD 
3URR0UGHS WELLCOME WINS AWARD 
COST SHIFTING RAISES PREMIUMS 
150 DURHAM DOCTORS IN PROGRAM 

PRE-PAID HEALTH CARE PLAN CALLED "0NEY-5AVER 
NEW HFALTH CARE PLAN TO INCREASE PREMIUMS 
BLUE CROSS OFFERS A NEW APPROSCH 
WHO'S MINDING THE POSTAGE METER? 
HEALTH PLAN PROMISING 
A COMPUTER PROGRAM ERROR 
MORE MAIL 

BLUE CROSS ELECTS OFFICERS 
HEALTH COMPANY FILLS TOP JOBS 
SLUE CROSS INDUCTS 11 INTO 25-YEAR CLUB 
FIRM MAY GET STATE CONTRACT F^ R INSURANCE 
N.C. INSURANCE ACTION DELAYED 
B^/BS OR ED57 DECISION DELAYED 
DURHAM TO OBSERVE CITY OF MEDICINE WEEK 
WILL BLUE CROSS CONTINUE COVERING STATE EMPLOYEES? 
INSURANCE FIRM SUES HOSPITAL 
BILLS WOULD ALTER STATE HEALT^ PLAN 
INSURANCE DECISION POSTPONED 
COMMITTEE REJECTS BID BY BLUE CROSS 
nnsPITAL SEEKS DISMISSAL OF SJ I T BY BLUE CROSS 
LEGISLATORS WAR OVER HEALTH PLAN CONTRACT 
RETAILER HAPPY TO BE LINK IN IBM'S CHAIN 

WORKERS GET REWARDS FOR USING SEAT BELTS , , „. ... 

32 PERCENT OF RT I WORKERS SIGN UP FOR NEW BLUE CROSS HEALTH PLAN 
JOBS AT RISK IN HEALTH PLAN CONTROVERSY 

LFGISLATDRS REMAIN DIVIDED OVS R STATE HEALTH CONTRACT 
BLUE CROSS SEEN LOSER: HEALTH PACT AWARD LEFT TO WILLIAMS 
TEXAS FIRM GETS N.C. HEALTH PLAN 

BLUE CROSS EMPLOYEE LAYOFFS NOT EXPECTED UNTIL OCTOBER 
BLUE CROSS LAYOFF PLANS ANTICIPATED 
BLUE CROSS MAY HIKE RATES 
BLUE CROSS SEEKS HIKE FROM ELOERLY 
BLUE CROSS: PREMIUM HIKE NECESSARY 
STUDENTS APPRENTICES TO UNC DENTAL RESEARCHERS 
THE HEAVY BLUE CROSS ICARTOONI 
RISING MEDICAL COSTS HIT GROUP INSURANCE 
LOBBYISTS REPORT LEGISLATIVE EXPENSES 
BLUE CROSS. BLUE SHIELD PROMOTES THREE 
BLUE CROSS SEES NO GROUP RATE INCREASE 
UNIT "AY DROP BLUE CROSS 
OWASA DROPS BLUE CROSS 
BLUE CROSS LOSES HEALTH PLAN 
OFFICE SURGERY PROMOTED 
INSURANCE FIRM PROMOTES TWO 
BLUE CROSS NAMES 2 DIRECTORS 
FIRMS TAKING CLOSER LOOK AT H=ALTH PLANS 
LOSS WON'T AFFECT BLUE CROSS 'ATES 

'WE'LL PEAT THIS THING': BLUE CROSS EMPLOYEES HOLD PARTY... 
MIDWAY AIRPORT DECISION IS EXPECTED ON TUESDAY 
ORANGE AIRPORT GETS PERMIT ON 3-2 VOTE 
PEOPLE NEED EXPLANATION 
HUNT BAPS MEDICAL BENEFITS DECISION 

SHOOTINGS PROMPT ONE FIRM TO =XAMINE ITS SECURITY 
HUNT TELLS EMPLOYEES MEDICAL CUTS AN ERROR 
SHOPPING FOB MEDICAL CARE 

OFFICIAL DISCUSSES PROBLEM OF RISING HEALTH CARE COSTS 
WORKSHOPS SET BY BLUE CROSS 

SEVERED WATER LINE FORCES BLUE CROSS WORKERS HOME 
NEW STATE INSURANCE PLAN BEGINS 
'FIT' FIRMS CAN SEEK AWARD 
DUKE EXPECTED TO OVERHAUL INSURANCE 
DUKE STUDYING CHANGE IN INSURANCE COVERAGE 



H 2 


5/10/82 


a 


I 


N 




S 2 


2/03/32 


c 


17 


N 




S 2 


2/0'./82 


c 


9 


N 




H 2 


'./07/82 


B 


4 


N 




H 2 


<./ll/B2 


A 


21 


N 




H 2 


5/30/82 


A 


21 


N 




H 2 


9/30/82 


A 


ID 


N 




S 2 


1/11/82 


A 


5 


N 




S 2 


1/16/92 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


1/17/82 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


1/2D/82 


B 


1 


P N 




S 2 


1/20/82 


C 


I 


N 


SB3 


S 2 


2/15/82 


C 


I 


N 


sa3 


S 2 


2/25/92 


c 


1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


2/26/82 


A 


in 


N 


W24 


S 2 


2/26/82 


c 


1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


3/D2/82 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


3/D5/92 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


3/06/82 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


3/18/32 


A 


5 


L 




H 2 


'./06/e2 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


<./10/82 


A 


2 


P N 




H 2 


<./18/82 


A 


15 


N 




S 2 


5/01/82 


A 


22 


P N 




H 2 


5/13/82 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


5/l<./32 


c 


5 


N 




H 2 


5/15/82 


A 


5 


N 


G53 


S 2 


5/22/82 


A 


3 


P N 




H 2 


6/03/82 


A 


1 


N 


G53 


H 2 


6/03/82 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


6/ 1/82 


8 


1 


N 


G53 


H 2 


6/12/32 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


6/1B/82 


B 


1 


N 


G53 


H 2 


6/ 9/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


6/19/82 


C 


I 


N 


G53 


H 2 


6/20/82 





10 


N 




H 2 


6/20/82 


C 


3 


P N 




H 2 


6/22/82 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


6/22/62 


S 


1 


N 


G53 


H 2 


6/23/82 


B 


I 


N 


G53 


H 2 


6/24/92 


A 


I 


N 


G5 3 


H 2 


6/25/92 


A 


1 


N 




S 2 


6/26/82 


A 


I 


N 


S83 


H 2 


6/29/82 


3 


1 


N 


G53 


S 2 


7/14/82 


A 


1 


N 


583 


H 2 


7/17/82 


B 


1 


N 


G53 


S 2 


7/17/82 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


7/18/92 


A 


16 


N 




H 2 


8/01/82 


D 


5 


T T 


P45 


H 2 


3/02/62 


B 


I 


N 




H 2 


8/D4/92 


B 


12 


N 




S 2 


8/07/B2 


A 


20 


P N 




H 2 


8/10/62 


B 


7 


N 




S 2 


8/11/62 


c 


1 


N 


M23 


H 2 


8/12/82 


8 


1 


N 


M2 3 


S 2 


8/12/82 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


8/ 5/82 


A 


18 


N 




S 2 


8/ 6/82 


A 


5 


N 




S 2 


6/21/82 


A 


22 


P N 




H 2 


3/22/82 





10 


N 


L41 


H 2 


6/25/82 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


3/29/92 


A 


1 


P N 




H 2 


9/04/82 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


9/08/82 


A 


9 


N 




S 2 


9/11/92 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


9/11/92 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


9/12/62 


C 


1 


N 


A54 


H 2 


9/12/92 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/20/B2 


A 


5 


L 




S 2 


10/16/82 


A 


3 


N 


M2 3 


H 2 


11/01/62 


A 


10 


N 




S 2 


U/04/82 


C 


1 


N 




H 2 


11/19/82 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


11/25/82 


C 


16 


N 


B3D 


H 2 


12/22/82 


A 


1 


N 


L41 


S 2 


12/22/82 


C 


1 


N 


M23 



M0NTHLY/4N 



-_4L INDEX 

1/01/32 - 12/31/92 



CLARIFICATION 

■ILUE COOSS L BLUS 5HIEL0 0^ N.C.. rHPLOYEES 

BLUE CROSS SMPLOYEES TOLD TO LOOK FOS NO • SUaSTANTI SL ■ LAYOFFS UNTIL NOV 
3LUF CROSS DOESN'T »LAN HAJOR STAFF SEDUCTIONS UNTIL N0VEH3ER 
FALL FJN 

=5LUE JEANS 

CONSULTANT SEES SLU><P IN SALES OF BLJE JEANS 

■"LUE LADIES (BOOK I 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

SLUE LANS 

CHATHAM GROUP kANTS STORES CLOSED ON SUNDAYS 



5LUE LIGHTS 
SEE AUTOSf 



SLUE LIGHTS 



9LUE 10LC 

SEE ALSO ^•0L0 

SEE ALSO T09ACC0. DISEASES 

BLUE "OLD ATTACK POSSIBLE 

BLUE "OLD FOUND ON TEXAS WEEDS 

BLUE "OLD NOT REPORTED IN N.C. 

TOBACCO FAR-ERS ADVISED TO CHECK FOR BLUE MOLD 

BLUE "OLD HAY YET REACH STATE 

BLUE OX TAVERN 

DURHA" "AN DIES FRO" BULLET "OUNO 
DURHA" POLICE LOOK FOR KILLER 
POLICE STILL SEEKING SLAYER 
JUKEBOX TAKEN FRO" TAVERN 

BLUE RIDGE ELECTRIC "E-BERSHIP CORP. 

SEE ALSO RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES 
MINCHILL "AY NOT 9E MOVED 

=LUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS 

A T'!IP TO THE BLUE RIDGE: THAR'S COOL IN THE" HILLS 

BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY 

CONTRACT LET FOR LAST PART OF PARKWAY 

3 SURVIVE PLANE CRASH OVER PARKWAY 

•NEW PROCESS' USED ON LINN COVE BRIDGE 

TREACHEROUS PARKWAY 

PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER 

VIADUCT MAY BE FINISHED SY MIO-1983 

BLUEBERRIES 

IT'S BLUEBERRY-PICKING TIME DOWN EAST IN NORTH CAROLINA 

BLUEBIRD CHAMPION, INC. 

DIRECTORY LISTS TRIANGLE BUSINESSES 

?LUE'IRDS 

SEE ALSO =IRDS 

BLUEBIRDS ON THE WAY BACK IN V.C, CONSERVATIONIST SAYS 

■iLUEGRASS "USIC 
SEE ALSO "uSIC 

FIDDLERS PICNIC HAS CLOGGERS. BLUEGRASS 



q.'iAi 3>RITh 

SEE ALSO BETH-EL SYNAGOGUE 
SEE ALSO PASSOVER 

S"ALL KLAN ALSO A DANGER 

BOA CONSTRICTOR 

GOOD FRIENDS 
NEWBORN SERPENTS 

BOARD OF CHARITIES AND PUBLIC WELFARE 

SEE DURHAM COU-ITY OEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

BOARDING HOUSES 

SEE HOTELS, DURHAM 

BOAT 3UILDERS 

SEE ALSO SHIP=uILOING 

THE POSSIBLE OREA": DURHAM COJPLE BUILD A BOAT 
YACHT 3UILSERS SAILING SMOOTH WATERS 
SALES BUOY YACHT BUILDERS 

BOAT PEOPLE 

SEE VIETNAMESE REFUGEES 

BOAT SAFETY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BOATS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SAFETY 

MAJORITY OF BOATING DEATHS PREVENTABLE 

CHILLY WATERS MAKE BOATING WINTER HAZARD 

= OAIS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BOATS 

SEE ALSO Canoes 

see also durham power souadron 

see also kayaks 

see also oak hollow world drag 3qat championships 

see also sailboats 

sfe also sailing 

see also ships 

see also yachts 

jordan boat ramps to open in " av 

scuttled by winter 

moncure is close to lake, not close to boat ramps 

duke to dedicate new research ship 

sob jones univ. (greenville, s.c.i 
0em05 to fight school decisiom 
ending subsidized racis" 
•unchristian' practices lashed 
hel"s Challenges oeagan on private-school tax stand 

RACIAL policy protested at 50? JONES UNIVERSITY 

COURT BARS TAX IREAtS FOR SEGREGATED SCHOOLS 

*0 PROTESTERS MARCHING TO RALEIGH 

SCHOOL TAX ISSUE SHIFTING TO COURTS 

500 PROTESTERS SING 'WE SMALL OVERCOME' AT PALLY IN RALEIGH 

COURT ASKED TO DECIDE TAX CASE 

FUNDAMENTALIST SCHOOL TREATED UNFAIRLY, BOB JONES III SAYS 

AREA COLLEGE STUDENTS NAMED TO HONOR ROLLS 

SUPRE"E COURT TO DECIDE SChOO- tax EXEMPTIONS 

REAGAN TELLS STUDENTS 0"^ ' G00= ' , ,.„ 

JINES SAYS DENIAL OF TAX EXEMPTIONS SIGN OF CHRISTIAN GROUP PERScCUTION 

SCHOOL TAX CASE SLATED FOR OCT. 



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l/OT/83 


S E 

P D DATE 


S 

E 

c 


I 

L 

PG L 


T 
Y 
P 3YL 


H 2 12/23/02 


A 


6 


N 


H 2 3/05/82 
S 2 9/05/R2 

s 2 lo/ia/ez 


9 
A 

c 


1 
3 
1 P 


N 

N 

P S75 



" 2 2/2'=/82 A 15 N L30 

S 2 3/20/82 A 11 R 

H I 1/08/82 SIN L30 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



5/07/92 C 6 

5/10/82 A 12 

6/07/82 e 12 

6/15/92 A 3 

6/15/82 B 1 



S 2 2/13/92 A 1 

H 2 2/l<./P2 C 1 

S 2 2/15/92 C 1 

S 2 3/03/32 A 2 



H 2 8/26/82 E 2 N 

H 2 7/04/92 D 8 U B26 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

M 2 



5/27/82 

6/16/92 

6/19/32 

12/13/82 

12/30/82 

12/30/92 



21 

16 

5 

1 

1 



N 

N 

P N 

P P 

P P 



H 2 5/2<./S2 B 5 N 

H 2 1/06/32 B 5 N F78 

H 2 4/13/92 All N 



H 2 5/22/82 B 1 



S 2 6/02/82 A 



H 2 
S 2 



1/20/92 

10/05/82 



S 2 2/04/82 B 1 
H 2 5/17/82 A 11 
S 2 5/19/82 A 11 



H 2 6/20/82 a 
H 2 12/03/92 C 



N 

N W60 



2 


2/05/92 


B 


1 


N 


H60 


2 


3/25/92 


B 


I 


P P 


C56 


1 


6/03/82 


3 


1 


M N 


M60 


2 


8/01/92 


C 


1 


N 




2 


1/10/92 




1 


N 




2 


1/21/92 




4 


E 




2 


1/27/82 




12 


N 




2 


1/30/92 




1 


N 




2 


2/07/82 




10 


N 




2 


2/20/P2 




1 


N 




2 


2/21/32 




12 


N 




2 


2/21/92 




7 


N 




2 


2/22/92 




1 


P N 






2/26/S2 




6 


N 




2 


3/05/82 




10 


P F 




2 


3/11/82 




4 


P N 




2 


4/2D/32 




3 


N 




2 


5/11/92 




3 


N 




2 


5/25/92 


B 


7 


N 




2 


8/22/32 


A 


12 


H 





MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 67 
1/07/83 



BRIEF OPPOSES TAX RELIEF FOR DISCRIMINATORY SCHOOLS 
STUDENT HELPS OTHERS 

BOB JONES U. CALLED "GUINEA PIG' „,,„., 

HIGH COURT HEARS ARGUMENTS ON BANNING OF TAX EXEMPTIONS 
BOB JONES U. VERSUS USA 

ROESMAN t LENA (PLAY) 

DESPAIR MARKS PLAY BY SOUTH A=RICAN 
TWO AFRICANS SHARE LIVES IN D5 AMA 

BOGUE BANKSt N.C. 

CONOOS ROOM ON BOGUE BANKS 

30GUE INLET^^^ RECEIVE FUNDS FOR S:: GUE INLET CHANNEL 
ONE TEEM DIES AFTER CANOE CAPSIZES IN SOUND 

"OILERS 

OFFICERS AVERT BOILER EXPLOSION 

BOILING SPRINGS. N.C. 

TOWN'S SPRING BUBBLING AGAIN 

9UBPLES BROUGHT BACK AT THE BOILING SPRINGS 

BOISE CASCADE CO. 

HERPICIDE USE PROMPTS CONCERN 
CHATHAM SPRAYING RAISES IRE 

BOLL WEEVIL DEMOCRATS 

SEE ALSO DEMOCRATIC PARTY. U.S. „,,„. 

GRAMM CANCELS PLANS TO ATTEND N.C. RECEPTION 
THE BUDGET: PEOPLE SHOULD SPEAK - LOUDLY 
NEW SPECIES 

'°'''^°BAn''on'lIOUOR licenses in BOLTON SOUGHT 
5BI DIRECTOR DEFENDS GREEN'S EOOYGUARO 

BOMB SHELTERS 

SEE ALSO DISASTER EVACUATION PLANS ,,,.., 

BOMB SHELTER: MONEY COMMITTEE SITS IN STRANGE SETTING 

BOMB THREATS 

SEE ALSO TELEPHONE THREATS 
SEE ALSO THREATS 

TEENS HELD FOR STEALING GAS F5 OM BUS 

JErfELRY IS TAKEN FROM APARTMENT 

BOMB THREATS DELAY TRIAL 

COURT SECURITY IN ASHE TIGHTENED AFTER THREAT 

TRAIN IS SEARCHED AFTER BOMB ^HREAT 

2 CHURCHES GET BOMB THREATS IN GREENSBORO 

N.C. MAN ARRESTED FOR EXTORTION 

NUCLEAR WEAPONS: MADNESS/SANITY (CARTOONI 

WOMAN SENTENCED FOR MAKING TH'EATS TO REAGAN, HUNT 

HE CHOSE FORCE — AND DIED 

BOMB THREAT FORCES HUNT TO LEAVE POLITICAL RALLY 

BOMBERS 

SEE AIRCRAFT, BOMBERS 

BOMBING ATTEMPTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FIREBOMBS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TERRORISM 

PRISON INMATE CHARGED IN THREAT ON SHERIFF'S LIFE 

BOMBINGS, INTERNATIONAL 

THE CROSS OF IRELAND (CARTOONI 

KILLING THE INNOCENT CANNOT BE JUSTIFIED 

ACTIONS MUFFLE WORDS 

OLDEST MILITARY FORMATION 

BOMilNGS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 

EXPLOSION INJURES MEMBER OF BIKE GANG 
BOMB DAMAGES UNOCCUPIED HOUSE 

BOMBS 

SEE ALSO ATOMIC BOMBS 

SEE ALSO DISARMAMENT 

SEE ALSO DYNAMITE 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 

SEE ALSO FIREBOMBS, DURHAM 

BOMB "LAST KILLS DURHAM MAN 

HOMEMADE PIPE BOMB KILLS MAN 

2 INJURED IN FATAL BOMB BLAST 

BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 
SEE ALSO CANCER 

<)-MONTH-OL0 BABY GIRL LEAVES GERM-FREE ROOM 
SPREADING OUKE'S FAME 

SISTER'S BONE MARROW CURES CHILD'S DISEASE 
BABY CURED OF RARE DISEASE 

BONES 

THEY SKATED ON BONES 

SCIENTISTS OPTIMISTIC ABOUT PAIN THERAPY 

BONN, WEST GERMANY 

SEE ALSO WEST GER-ANY 
BONN'S ROOTS ARE DEEP 

BONSAI 

LITTLE TREES IN TRAYS 

BOOK-BANNING 

SEE CENSORSHIP 

BOOKS, INTERNATIONAL 

NCCU PROF: BOOKS, PROSPERITY LINKED 

NCCU PROFESSOR LINKS LITERACY, ACHIEVEMENT 

BOOKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, DURHAM 

A LOOK AT BOOKS: LEADING CITIZENS LIST FAVORITES 

LIBRARY STAFF LISTS FAVORITES 

HER HEART'S IN THE KITCHEN 

SOUTHERN WRITES BOOK ON FARMHOUSES 

•W.^ITERS IN THE PARK' ADDED TO '32 FESTIVAL FOR THE END 

DURHAM AUTHOR TELLS HOW TO PLAY TRUMPET 

THE EXTRAORDINARY OR. SPAULDING 

BOOK FEATURES DURHAM'S HISTORICAL NEIGHBORHOODS 

PAPA WAS AN OLD, WELL-WORN BOOK WITH TATTERED BINDING 

BOOKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. PRESS 



N E 

P D 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



DATE 



S 
E 
C PG 



8/26/82 A 19 

9/10/92 A 5 

10/10/82 A 5 

10/13/82 B 14 

11/21/82 D 1 



S 2 2/27/B2 A 18 R B6 I 
H 2 2/28/82 A 9 R L3'. 



H 2 9/05/82 D 



S 2 2/15/82 A 1 
H 2 3/16/82 B 5 



S 2 1/11/82 C 10 



H 2 5/13/62 6 « 
H 2 9/03/82 D 9 



H 1 7/17/82 B 1 N L30 
H 2 7/18/82 C I N 



1 

2 
2 


7/23/82 
5/03/82 
6/29/82 


B 
A 
A 


1 N 
<. E 
4 E 


2 
2 


8/02/82 
8/03/82 


A 

A 


1 N 
1 P N 


2 


'./13/82 


A 


1 G 



S 


? 


3/02/82 


B 


1 


N 


S 


7 


4/21/82 


A 


6 


N 


s 


7 


6/07/82 


A 


I 


N 


H 


7 


6/08/82 


A 


1 / 


N 


H 


7 


6/14/82 


B 


12 


N 


H 


1 


10/26/B2 


H 


1 


N 


s 


7 


12/09/82 


A 


7 


N 


H 


/ 


12/11/82 


A 






H 


7 


12/11/82 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 


7 


12/12/82 


1) 


4 


E 


H 


2 


12/13/82 


B 


1 


N 



H 2 6/19/82 A 



7/22/82 
7/23/82 
7/26/82 
7/31/82 



2/23/82 
6/30/82 



12 
6 



S 2 9/18/82 A 1 
H 2 9/19/82 C 1 
S 2 9/20/82 C 1 



S 2 10/19/B2 B ID F 

S 2 10/21/82 A 4 E 

H 2 11/04/82 6 1 P F 

H 2 10/19/82 a 1 F 



2/27/82 A 4 D 
3/19/82 3 1 



N 



H 2 9/25/82 A 4 E 
H 2 8/14/82 A 4 E 



H 2 11/04/82 E 1 
S 2 11/04/82 A 10 



s 


7 


1/07/82 


D 


1 


P 


F 


B71 


s 


7 


1/07/82 


n 


/ 


P 


F 




H 


7 


1/17/82 


F 


1 


p 


F 


H4S 


s 


? 


6/10/82 


A 


1 1 




N 




H 


7 


6/27/92 


D 


5 


p 


N 


H4S 


H 


7 


6/27/92 





5 


p 


R 


H55 


H 


7 


9/D7/82 


A 


4 




F 




S 


/ 


10/06/82 


A 


9 




N 




H 


2 


12/26/82 


D 


3 





U 


H45 



MONTHLY/AN NUA 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 68 
1/07/83 



SEE ALSO N.C. BOOK CLUB 

SEE ALSO N.C. LITERARY AND HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO OEVIEJS. BOOKS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. PRESS 

SEE ALSO WRITERS, N.C. 

dUIOEBODK TO FREE-LANCE HRITI>iG PROVES USEFUL TOOL 

N.C. "OOK CLJB SELECTIONS 

ANOTHER BOOK GIVES TREASURE CLUES 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

HFRGE' BOOKS COSTS H8.*00 

RURAL PRESERVATION BOOK RELEASED 

YOU '^AY BE RICHER THAN YOU THOUGHT 

GEORGE SCHEER PRODUCES RESEARCHED TRAVEL BOOK 

RALEIGH WRITERS' FIRST NOVEL =EATUREO BY N.C. BOOK CLUB 

WRITER CHRONICLES MOUNTAIN PEOPLE 

HISTORIC PUBLICATION 

TAR HEELS PRODUCE VARIETY OF 9QDKS FOR CHRISTMAS LIST 

NEW BOOKLET LISTS N.C. GOLF COURSES 

BOOKS, REVIEWS 

SEE REVIEWS, BOOKS 

BOCKS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN'S BOCKS 
SEE ALSO RARE BOOKS 
SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 
SEE ALSO TEXTBOOKS 

A READING LIST 

BOOK LOOKS 

CAT BOOKS ABOUND 

BOOKS, U.S., BESTSELLERS 
NO CAUSE FOR CONCERN 

BOONE, N.C. 

150 LOSE JOBS IN BOONE FIRE 

BOONE ABC VOTE SCHEDULED 

aOONE RESIDENTS TO VOTE ON ABC STORE 

BOONE VOTERS REJECT ABC STORE 

BOOSTER CLUBS 

SEE ALSO SPORTS. FANS 

BOOSTER CLUBS THRIVING AT COUVTY HIGH SCHOOLS 

OOOTLEGGING 

SEE ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

SEE CIGARETTES, SMUGGLING 

SEE ORUGS, SMUGGLING 

SEE MOONSHINE 

SEE RECORDING TAPES 

BORDEN, INC. 

SEE ALSO "ILK 

DAIRY FARMERS SEEK TO BLOCK TEXAS CO-OP 

N.C. MILK COMMISSION OKS LICENSE FOR COOPERATIVE 

THE BORDER I FILM) 

•BORDER' GOES DOWN SINKHOLE 

BORN-AGAIN CHRISTIANS 

SEE ALSO CHRISTIAN YELLOW PAGES 
SEE ALSO RELIGION 

■"E LOVING' IS ASHRAM PROJECT MESSAGE 

FIRM PRCPOSFS 'BOPN-AGAIN' DIRECTORY 

AGAPE CORNER 

=OSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

INSULTING ABE LINCOLN 

BOSTON CELTICS 

A WORD WITH CORNBREAO 

BOSTON COLLEGE SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

CLEMSON SETTLES FOR TIE WITH 3C 

BOSTON MARATHON 

SEE ALSO LONG-OISTANCE RUNNING 

BEST AGAIN: BILL HALL: 40-ANO-aVER WINNER IN MONDAY'S BOSTON MARATHON 

BOTANICAL GARDEN 

SEE N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 

BOTTLE BILL 

SEE RETURNABLE BOTTLES 

?OTTLE DEPOSIT 

SEE RETURNABLE BOTTLES 

eOUNOARY DISPUTES 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY DISPUTES 
PENOER LOSES LAND DISPUTE 

BOWL FOR BREATH 

'BOWL FOR BREATH- 



SET NOV. 13 AND NOV. 20 



BOWL GAMES 

SEE COLLEGE BOWLS 

BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

DIETARY STUDY SAID POLITICAL 

INSTITUTES OF HEALTH SAYS MEDICAL SCHOOL CLEARED 

FUSED CELLS MAY BE USED TO TR? AT OVARY CANCER 

N.C. CANCER CENTERS COMPLEMENTARY, NOT COMPETITIVE 

STRESS LINKED TO ARTERIAL OISrASE 

REVERSALS IN BLOOD f^ow DOCUMENTED 

"'ISWIRING' CITED IN DYSLEXIA 

OUKE DOCTOR CLAIMS BREAST CANCER DETECTION CAN CUT DEATHS BY ONE-THIRD 

BOX ING 

BOXING TOURNEY SET 

BOXING HOPEFULS MEET IN CHARLOTTE 

CRENSHAW: COONEY PACKS TITLE :»UNCH 

WITHOUT HIS LEFT, CDONEY'S IN TROUBLE 

SEPTEMBER EARLIEST DATE FOR RESET OF TAYLOR FIGHT 

INJURY WON'T STOP BOUT 

BOXING WORKSHOP 

CHARLOTTE PREPARES FOR RARE TITLE BOUT 

PEOROZA, TAYLOR DRAW 

BOXING DEATH ICARTOONI 

A BOXING TRAGEDY 

STOP THE SLAUGHTER 

ALL SPORTS CARRY RISKS 

BOXERS CHOOSE RISKS 

BOXWOODS 

HE'S MODEST ABOUT HIS BOXWOODS 



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P D 



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C PG L P RYL 



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1/17/82 





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p 


U 


H'.5 


S ? 


3/25/82 


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1 7 




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H ? 


3/27/82 


A 


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N 




^ ? 


3/27/B2 


A 


70 




U 




H 1 


5/22/B2 


H 


1 




N 




H ? 


6/25/92 


1) 


1 L 




N 




H ? 


7/02/82 


H 


7 




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SS6 


H ? 


7/04/82 


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8/12/82 


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10/31/82 


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H45 


H 2 


11/28/82 


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H 2 7/04/82 4 
H 2 10/17/82 D 3 
S 2 12/02/82 D 2 



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U H45 

F A15 



S 2 2/08/82 A 



1/04/82 
3/18/62 
5/12/82 
5/13/82 



8 
19 
14 



H 2 6/20/82 D 1 



H 2 1/21/82 A 24 N 
H 2 1/22/82 A 6 N 



H 2 3/05/82 D 4 R S66 



H 2 1/02/82 A R P F 
H 2 3/2R/82 A 8 N 
H 2 lD/30/82 A 7 F A20 



S 2 12/23/92 A 4 E 

H 2 11/02/82 B 2 P U M71 

H 2 9/19/82 B 3 N 

H 2 4/22/82 e 1 » N W24 



H 2 12/15/82 3 5 N 
S 2 11/03/82 C 11 N 



H 2 


1/30/82 




11 


N 




H 2 


2/27/82 




5 


N 




H 2 


3/24/82 




4 


N 




H 2 


4/15/82 




8 


N 




S 2 


4/19/82 




3 


N 




H 2 


6/10/32 




10 


N 




H 2 


7/21/82 




10 


N 




S 2 


11/13/82 




1 


N 


M23 


S 2 


4/08/82 


B 


2 


N 




S 2 


4/12/82 


D 


11 


N 




S 2 


6/10/82 


B 


1 


P U 


018 


S 2 


6/14/82 


D 


2 


U 


D18 


H 2 


7/21/82 


3 


3 


N 




S 2 


9/09/82 


e 


2 


N 




S 2 


9/28/82 





3 


N 




S 2 


10/05/82 





2 


N 




S 2 


10/18/82 


D 


8 


P N 




H 2 


11/17/82 




4 


T T 


R56 


H 2 


11/19/82 




4 


E 




H 2 


11/25/82 




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L 




S 2 


11/29/82 




4 


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H 2 


U/30/82 




4 


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H 2 3/14/82 E 12 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/92 - 12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



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boy scouts. nuoha'1 county 
see also cub scouts 
see also eagle scouts , ^ 

four receive "silver '"eaver" scout awards 

city school snaro approves tl-).5 "illion 3udget request 

new scout executive named 

scout troop reaches half-centjry mark 

30y scouts help goodwill 

scouts recruiting members 

•scouting night' is thursday 

scouting night to be thursday 

90y scouts. n.c. 

see also eagle scouts 
san-lee scout official named 
hunt to get scout award 
scouts honor alamance man 
scouting night set 
man honored for scout work 
benefit aids person schools 
15 scouts are found safe 

the 80yce dancers 
see also dance 

bouncin" with boyce 

more is less in festival dance 

'°'"'^it'was''just a war game, but not play for bridge 
the mouse that heard the roar 
there it goes! 

boycotts 

see also embargo 

see also picket lines 

see also soviet union. economic sanctions 

300 nccu students protest! boycott urged 

central protesters seek greater voice 

nccu students calm, concerned 

pornography has become big business 

students boycott school 

boycott hits 5-oay mark 

naacp plan raises doubts 

boycott urged 

boycott movie 

boyd's auto sales 

3 held in burning of van 

the boys in the band iplayi 

impressive performance of 'boys' 

from farce to exorcism, 'boys' goes for nought 

boys' state iwake forest univ.) 
boys' state delegates 

BRACES 

SEE ORTHODONTICS 

BRAGTOWN BRANCH LIBRARY 
LIBRARY GAMES 

BRAGTOWN SCHOOL , ^„, 

ARCTIC COLO CAUSES VEHICLE, HEATING PROBLEMS 

STUDENTS HAVE DAY IN COURT 

PTA TO DISCUSS BUS MONITORS 

SAFETY FIRST 

CLASS HELPS STUDENTS' BEHAVIOR 

STAFF HONORS PRINCIPAL 

BRAIN CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER _,„ 

BRAIN CANCER SPECIALISTS ARE AWARDED 
BRAIN CANCER PATIENTS GET SUPPORT GROUPS 
BRAIN CANCER GROUPS FORM 

BRAIN DISEASE 

SEE ALSO ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 
BRAIN DISEASE TO BE TOPIC 

BRAIN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

AGING BRAIN DIFFERS FOR" DISEASED ONE, 

■MISWIRING' CITED IN DYSLEXIA „,„^„, 

■WATCHING' BRAINS WORK: NEW E3UIPMENT MAY HELP DUKE RESEARCHERS. 

BRAIN TU"OR 

INTERFERON TO BE USED ON BRAIN TUMOR PATIENTS ^.,„„„, 

UNC RESEARCHERS GIVE INTERFERON TO PATIENTS WITH BRAIN TUMORS 

DUKE CHOSEN TO TEST DEVICE F05 TUMORS (OPERATING PROCEDUREI 

BRAINSTORM (FILMI 

ELECTIONS. DOWNTOWN AMONG TOP STORIES 

'BRAINSTORM' FATE STILL UNDECIDED 

MOVIE TO BE COMPLETED 

N.C. FILM OFFICE 'ELATED' OVER BRAINSTORM DECISION 

LLOYD'S OF LONDON WILL PAY TO FINISH 'BRAINSTORM' 

'BRAINSTORM' SURVIVES 

THE SHOW GOES ON 

'BRAINSTORM': DIRECTOR OPTIMISTIC AS SHOOTING RESUMES TODAY 

'BRAINSTORM' RESUMES 

'BRAINSTORM': SALVAGING FINANCIAL, EMOTIONAL STAKES 

BRAINSTORM WORK SAID BEING STALLED 

LITIGATION DIMS RELEASE OF MOVIE 'BRAINSTORM' 

LITIGATION MAY HALT MOVIE 

STU')IO "AKES OFFER FOR 'BRAINSTORM' 

OUTLOOK FOR FIL" 'GOOD': 'BRAINSTORM' MAY BE OUT IN '93 

■BRAINSTORM' TO 3E FINISHED 

MGM TO FINISH 'BRAINSTORM' 

MOVIE REVIVED 

WAGNER SELLING HOME HE SHARED WITH MISS WOOD 

BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST CO. ( F AYET TE V I LLE , N.C.I 
MAN ROBS BRANCH BANK IN FAYETTEVILLE 

BRANDY 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

LEGAL LI0U03 RETURNS TO N.C. AFTER 73 YEARS 
N.C. DISTILLERY PRODUCING BRA'^DY 

BRANIFF AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO AIRLINES 
BRANIFF GROUNDED 
SNOOPY: CURSE YOU, AMERICAN AIRLINES! ICARTOONI 

BRAXTON CRAVEN SCHOLARSHIP 



SAYS DUKE PROFESSOR 



H 
H 

S 
H 

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s 

H 

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2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
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1/30/92 
5/11/82 
h/22/92 
7/11/92 
8/0'?/P2 
9/06/82 
9/21/82 
9/21/92 


B 
B 
B 


c 
c 

A 
A 


1 
1 
7 
1 
1 
1 
1 1 
9 


P 

P 
p 

p 
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N 
N 
P 
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N 
N 
N 
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T37 
A20 
F30 
F30 


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H 
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2 
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3/19/92 

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5/25/82 

9/l<./82 

1 /16/82 

11/18/82 

11/23/82 


9 
A 

B 

B 

e 

A 


1 
6 
1 
ID 
1 
1 
9 




N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 




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5/25/82 


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2 
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5/05/82 
5/05/82 
5/05/82 


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B 
C 


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1 

18 


P 
P 
P 


N 
P 
P 


A56 
T37 
T37 



S 7 


2/17/82 A 






N F30 


H 7 


2/18/82 B 




P 


N W2<. 


H 7 


2/19/82 B 




P 


N 


H 7 


'V/03/82 A 






E 


S / 


9/03/82 D 






N 


H 7 


9/04/82 A 






N 


S 7 


9/06/82 C 






N 


S 7 


10/07/82 A 






N 


H 2 


11/27/82 A 






L 



H 1 4/23/82 B 1 



S 2 2/18/92 10 
H 2 2/19/82 D 9 



R B51 
R W56 



S 2 6/03/82 C 4 P P S82 



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3/05/82 


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P 


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T37 


s 

s 
s 
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1 


2 

2 
2 
2 
2 

2 


1/11/82 
3/06/82 
3/08/82 
<./07/92 
10/23/92 
11/25/82 


A 
A 
C 
B 
A 
A 


2<. 


p 
P 

P 
p 
P 


N 
N 
N 
P 
F 
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F30 
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T37 
M23 
T37 



H 2 <./01/92 A 25 
S 2 8/25/92 C 13 
H 2 8/25/92 B 5 



H 2 U/20/82 A 10 



S 2 1/21/82 B 1 P F A15 

H 2 7/21/82 A 10 N 

H 2 12/19/82 C 1 N 930 



H 2 


5/31/82 


B 


7 


N 




S 7 


5/31/82 


I 


3 


N 




H 2 


12/17/82 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/01/82 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


1/09/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/25/82 


A 


1 


N 






1/27/82 


A 


9 P 


N 


W66 


S 2 


1/27/82 


A 


1 


N 


B71 


S 2 


1/28/82 


A 


A 


E 




H 2 


1/30/32 


A 


4 


E 




H 7 


2/08/92 


H 


1 


N 




S 2 


2/11/82 


II 


1 5 P 


P 




H 7 


2/17/92 


C 


6 P 


F 




H 2 


4/21/92 


A 




N 




H 2 


5/22/82 


A 


1 


N 


W66 


S 7 


5/22/92 


A 


3 


N 




H 7 


6/25/92 


c 


7 


N 




H 2 


10/22/92 


H 


1 P 


N 


Hfch 


S 2 


11/12/82 


A 


1 


N 


MM 


H 2 


11/13/92 


A 


8 


N 


W66 


H 7 


11/18/82 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


11/29/82 


B 


8 


N 





H 1 1/13/82 B 1 



7/12/82 A 11 
9/26/82 B 4 



5/17/82 A 
5/19/82 A 



4 T T R55 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
U/31/62 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE TO 
l/OT/83 



SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV.. SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS 
COKER WINS DUKE AWARD 

SRAZIL 

A WORKING VISIT BEGINS IN BRAZIL 

MEDICAL HELP SOUGHT FDR BRAZILIAN CHILDREN 

HIS OUICK RIDS GOT EXPENSIVE 

REAGAN 'MISSPEAKS' HIMSELF BEFORE "BOLIVIANS' 

U.S. LOAN TO BRAZIL SERVES GOOD PURPOSE 

JET SKIOS; NONE HURT 

BREAD 

SEE ALSO BISCUITS 

SEE ALSO CORN BREAD 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

BREAD: IT'S HOLIDAY TRADITION FOR ERWINS 

CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATION LOBBIES ON FOOD ISSUES 

BREAKABLE ITEMS 
SEE ALSO GLASS 

crash: 'BREAK IT AND YOU BUY IT' 



NOT GENERAL RULE IN STORES 



BREAKING AND ENTERING (CRIME) 
rHPPK PriAH HRMP Rnfl^PD 

DURHAM POLICE must TRAVEL OUT OF STATE AGAIN TO GET HAN 
SUSPECT FORCES ?N0 POLICE TRIP 
MAN CHARGED KITH BREAKING INTO STORE 
MINISTERS HOLD PAIR AT GUNPOINT 
MINISTERS HOLD TEENS IN BREAK- IN ATTEMPT 
MAN THREATENS TWO WOMEN 

VANCE SHERIFF'S OFFICERS FILE ID BREAK-IN CHARGES 
THIEF FAILS TO ENTER STORE'S SAFE 
POLICF PROSING 10 DURHAM aREA<-tNS 
5 3PEAK-INS REPORTED IN MALL 
POLICE PROBE RREAK-INS 
DIFFERENT NAMES FOR STEALING 
COURT UPHOLDS JUDGE'S RULING 

COURT'S INTERPRETATION UPHOLDS JUDGE'S RULING 
YOUTH CHARGED IN 55? BREAK-IN 

POLICE CHARGE TWO MEN IN BREAK -IN ON BOULEVARD 
MAN FOUND IN CHAIR 

WOMAN KILLS INTRUDER IN HER HOME 
SUSPECT CAPTURED 

YOUTH IS CHARGED IN ENTERING HOME 
BATHROOM INTRUDER TAKES MONEY BOXES 
WOMAN. 35. FINDS, CHASES INTRUDER 
13,00" PARROT REPORTED STOLEN 
DURHAM MAN ROBBED ON PORCH 
TRUANCY, BREAK-INS DECREASE 

MAN SWITCHES WALLET. FOILS WOJLD-BE ROBBER 
3 JUVENILES ARE ARRESTED IN BREAK-IN 
FOANKLINTON WATER PLANT ENTERED 
REVCO ENTERED THROUGH ROOF 

BULLOCK GETS S YEARS IN SERIES OF BREAK-INS 
CHARGES FILED IN BREAK-INS 

BOY IN TROUBLE: AN OLDER PERSON'S INFLUENCE BLAMED 
THIEVES HIT TWO HOMES 
POLICE REPORT BREAK-INS. THEFTS 
THIEVES GET JEWELRY. TV 
MAN ARRESTED AT AGENCY 
THIEF GETS DIAMOND RING 
DEPUTIES CHARGE WOMAN IN SHOOTING 
THIFVES TAKE SAW. OVEN FROM CARPORT 
STEREO TAKEN 

MAN APPREHENDED IN BREAK-IN 
THR^E ARRESTED IN BREAK-IN 
3 DURHAM TEENS CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 
TWO TEENS CHARGED WITH SCHOOL BREAK-IN 
TWO TEENS CHARGED IN SCHOOL BREAK-IN 

POLICE ARREST Z YOUTHS „ ,, 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH BREAKING INTO 2 HOMES 
OURHA-f MAN IS CHARGED IN BREA<-INS 
APARTMENT IS ENTERED 

THEFT ENDS FAMILY'S PLANS FOR VACATION 
S«FF. CASH TAKEN FROM DURHAM BUSINESS 
YOUTH CAUGHT AFTER ATTEMPT TO ENTER STORE 

BREAKING AND ENTERING. AUTOS 

THIEVES ENTER 5 PARKED CARS 

THIEVES ROB 2 PARKED CARS 

PAIR CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO CAR 

POLICE PROBING 3 CAR BREAK-INS 

THIEVES ENTER 5 CARS 

BATHROOM INTRUDER TAKES MONEY BOXES 

7 CIRS ARE ROBBED 

THIEVES BREAK INTO 7 CARS 

15 CARS BROKEN INTO 

BREAST CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSO MASTECTOMIES 

BREAST DISEASE SEMINAR TO BE -lELD NEXT WEEK 

BREAST DISEASE EXPERTS TO CONFER IN TWIN CITY 

DUKE DOCTOR CLAIMS BREAST CANCER DETECTION CAN CUT DEATHS BY ONE- THIRD 

GROUP AIDS BREAST CANCER VICTIMS 

BREAST FEEDING 

BREAST "ILK OFFERS COMPLETE NUTRITION 

study: THC concentrates IN BREAST MILK 

PCa IN MOTHER'S MILK MAY BE SAFE 

PCB IS FOUND IN BREAST MILK OF SOME WOMEN 

BREAST-FEEDING WIDESPREAD. UNC AUTHORS' STUDY REVEALS 

BREAST SURGERY 

SEE MASTECTOMIES 

BREATH OF LIFE ORGANIZING CAMPAIGN 
SEE ALSO LUNG DISEASES 

LUNG GROUPS SEEK TO FORM COALI TION 

LUNG GROUPS TO FORM NEW CAMPAIGN PLAN 

3 LUNG GROUPS ORGANIZE. PLAN NATIONAL DRIVE 

BREATHALYZER TEST 

SEE ALSO ALCOLYZER 

SEE ALSO "LOOD TESTS 

SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 

SEE ALSO INTOXIMETER 

VICKERY HEARING 'MONTHS AWAY- 
LEGAL BLOOD-ALCOHOL STANDARD SAID TOO HIGH 
MOTORIST FILES OUI TEST SUIT 
DURHAM WOMAN SUES MOTOR VEHICLES AGENCY 
GROUP TACKLES DRUNKEN DRIVING 
DUI FELONY CHARGES BACKED 



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12/01/32 
10/0/82 
12/02/32 
12/03/82 
12/0'./e2 
12/04/62 



H4R 
A2D 
H49 



H 2 12/16/32 C 1 P F M95 
H 2 7/10/82 A e N A20 

H 2 12/29/82 B 1 F L30 



S 2 


/Dl/82 


C 1 


N 




S 2 


/06/82 


A 1 


N 


U57 


H 2 


./07/82 


A 16 


N 




H 2 


1/18/82 


B 1 


N 




H 2 


2/08/82 


B 1 


N 




S 2 


2/08/82 


C 5 


N 




H 1 


2/10/B2 


C 


N 




H 1 


3/13/82 


B 


N 




S 2 


3/22/82 


C 


N 




5 2 


3/31/32 


C 1 


N 




H 2 


<./05/82 


B 1 


N 


M51 


S 2 


<./05/32 


C 5 


N 




H 2 


4/12/82 


A 4 


E 




H 2 


4/15/82 


B 1 


N 


B51 


S 2 


4/15/82 


A 17 


N 




H 2 


5/13/82 


B 2 


N 




H 2 


5/16/32 


C 1 


N 




S 2 


5/18/82 


A 3 


N 




H 2 


5/20/82 


A 11 


N 




H 1 


6/11/82 


6 1 P 


P 




S 2 


6/11/32 


A 7 


N 




S 2 


6/12/82 


A 3 


N 




H 2 


6/14/82 


B 1 


N 




H 2 


6/14/82 


B 1 


N 




S 2 


6/14/82 


A 7 


N 




S 2 


6/28/32 


C 1 


N 


E05 


S 2 


8/04/62 


C 1 


N 




S 2 


7/23/82 


C 1 


N 




H 1 


7/24/82 


B 1 


N 




H 2 


7/31/82 


A 5 


N 




H 2 


3/13/82 


B 1 


N 


B51 


H 1 


8/21/82 


B 1 


N 




H 2 


8/22/82 


A 1 


N 


B51 


S 2 


8/27/62 


A 8 


N 




S 2 


8/23/82 


A 3 


N 




S 2 


9/09/82 


C 1 


N 




H 2 


9/12/82 


C 3 


N 




S 2 


9/13/82 


C 1 


N 




S 2 


9/14/82 


B 1 


N 




S 2 


9/15/82 


C 1 


N 




S 2 


9/17/62 


C 1 


N 




H 2 


9/29/32 


A 14 


N 




H 2 


10/13/82 


A 13 


N 




S 2 


10/13/82 


A 3 


N 




H 2 


1/20/82 


B 1 


N 




S 2 


1/20/82 


A 15 


N 




S 2 


1/29/32 


A 3 


N 




S 2 


12/11/82 


A 3 


N 




H 2 


12/12/82 


C 7 


N 




H 2 


12/16/82 


A 11 


N 




H 2 


12/19/82 


A 20 


N 




H 2 


12/25/82 


A 5 


N 




H 2 


12/28/82 


A 6 


N 




S 2 


1/19/82 


B I 


N 




S 2 


3/D6/82 


A 3 


N 




H 2 


4/15/82 


B 2 


N 




S 2 


4/29/82 


C 1 


N 




S 2 


5/14/82 


C 1 


N 




S 2 


6/12/82 


A 3 


N 




S 2 


9/01/82 


A 3 


N 




H 2 


9/02/82 


C 7 


N 




S 2 


12/02/32 


C 1 


N 





S 2 11/12/82 C 5 N 

H 2 11/14/82 A 10 N 

S 2 11/18/82 A 1 N M23 

S 2 11/26/82 A 1 N M23 



s 


? 


8/18/32 


r 


6 


H 


7 


9/23/82 


1 


1 4 


S 


? 


tni^m 


A 


1 


H 


? 


9/25/82 


A 


5 


s 


2 


12/13/82 


A 


6 



H 2 9/13/82 All N 
S 2 9/18/82 A 12 N 
H 2 9/20/82 B 1 N M51 



1/20/82 
1/23/32 
2/11/82 
2/11/82 
3/D1/32 
4/17/82 



25 
1 2 

8 



MONTHLY/AN 



INDEX 
- li/31/82 



s u a J E c 



JUDGE TO DECIDE VICKERr BREATHALYZER CASE TODAY 
SEM. VICKERY LOSES ROUND IN D'J I CASE 
\(ICKERY"S LAWYERS TO APPEAL CONVICTION 
WARDEN ACQUITTED OF OUI 
PICKERY TO LOSE DRIVER'S LICENSE 
VICKERY WILL LOSE DRIVER'S LICENSE 

CHANGES MADE IN HANDLING OF D'UNKEN DRIVING CASES 
VIDEOTAPES WILL BE USED IN DUI TRIALS 
THEY STILL DON'T KNOW WHO WON 
TRIO FINOS JAIL HOSPITABLE 
ANDREWS CHARGED WITH OUI 

RFP. ANDREWS DENIES DUI. OTHE? CHARGES 
ANDREWS CALLS PRESS CONFERENCF 
PARTY BACKS IKE; HE'LL STAY VI RACE 
ANDREWS OWES VOTERS A SOUND EXPLANATION 
ANDREWS TO RESUME CAMPAIGNING 

CONGRESSMAN ANDREWS MOVES TO THE HIGH ROAD 
IKE ANDREWS PLEADS GUILTY TO 3UI. SPEEDING CHARGES 
JUDGES UNDERMINE INTOXICATION TESTS 

■BREATHING TESTS 

SEE ALSO LUNG DISEASES , , „,^„ 

SNORT: HARMFUL EFFECTS OF 'MOJTH BREATHING' STUDIED 

UNC SCIENTISTS' TECHNIQUE MEASURES BREATHING THROUGH MOUTH AND NOSE 

RRENDLE'S INC. 

DURHAM MAN HELD IN LARCENY 
MAN CHARGED WITH LARCENY 



8RETSCH HOUSE I RALEIGH, 
THE BRETSCH HOUSE; 



N.C.) 

ie<»OS COTT»GE SUPPLANTS GAS STATION 



BREWERY 

SEE ALSO ANHEUSER-BUSCH INC. 
SEE ALSO PEER , ,_ 

SEE ALSO JOSEPH SCHLITZ BREWING CO. 
SEE ALSO MILLER BREWING CO. 

STROH MAY DISPOSE OF N.C. BREJERY 



BRIBERY 

MAN CHARGED WITH BRIBERY CONSP 
JUDGE SAID TARGET OF BRIBERY » 
N.C. SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE DENI 
SBI PROBING 1977 RULING 
MAN FACES FALSE-BRIBE CHARGES 
JUDGE SAYS DA ASKED HIM TO OEF 
ANOTHER BRIBERY CHARGE IS FILE 
MAGISTRATE PROBE REINSTATED 
MAGISTRATE FACES DRUG COUNTS 
FBI SAYS INMATE RAN PROSTITUTI 
MAGISTRATE INDICTED 
PUBLICITY CITED IN MOVE OF GUI 
JUDGE KIVETT CONFIDENT HE WON' 
PPOBE BY CTCT REPORTEDLY FINDS 
EX-MAGISTRATE GIVEN 12-YEAR PR 
DISTRICT ATTORNEY SUSPENDS OUR 
MAGISTRATE, JAILER ARRESTED, F 
ENOUGH SCANDAL 

HEARINGS SET FOR DEPUTY, MAGIS 
FBI INDICTS BLADEN LAWMAKER 
PRO=E IN BRIBERY NETS JUDGE, N 
COLCOR: extortion PROBE TAKES 
JUDGE RELEASED ON 125,000 BONO 
RECORDS SHOW JUDGE TRIED EARLI 
OPERATION COLCOR 'FELL INTO FB 
COLUMBUS county: THEY WONDERED 
SBI DIRECTOR DEFENDS GREEN'S B 
STATE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT LOOKS 
LEGISLATOR FACING CHARGES URG? 
SUSPENDED COUNTY MAGISTRATE AC 
SHERIFF'S EMPLOYEES TO APPEAR 
BRIBERY CASE HEARINGS CONTINUE 
FBI PROBE: CORRUPT LABEL PROOJ 
STATE LEGISLATOR DENIES COLCOR 
LESSER MOMENTS IN WORLD HISTO' 
6 IN COLUMBUS COUNTY CASE PLEA 
EX-LEGISLATOR LIKELY TO ADMIT 
TAYLOR PLEADS GUILTY TO TAKIN3 
N.C. JUDGE MADE DEALS, FRIEND 
KIVETT ALLEGATIONS TO BE REVIE 
W00L6RIGHT FREED IN BRIBE CASE 
TAYLOR GETS 5 YEARS 
FBI LINKS N.C. LAWMAKER, VOTE- 
UNDERCOVER AGENTS SAY SOLES AS 
COURT HEARING IN BRIBE CASE IS 
EX-OFFICIAL BEGINS PRISON SENT 
AGENT: LOHERY SOUGHT BRIBES 
-- --- ' "' TO 



IRACY 

TTEMPT 

ES BRIBE OFFER FROM PAIR 

ER DRUG SENTENCES 





ON, DRUG OPERATION 

LFORO BRIBERY TRIAL 
T BE CHARGED 

GIFTS TO SOME OFFICERS 
ISDN TERM 

HAM COUNTY MAGISTRATE 
ACE CHARGES 

TRATE 

.C. LEGISLATOR 

OFF IN MANY DIRECTIONS 

ER TO SQUELCH REPORTS 
I'S LAP- 

WHO'D BE NEXT 
ODYGUARO 

AT COLCOR EVIDENCE 
D TO GET OUT OF RACE 
CUSEO IN BRIBE CASE QUITS 



CES IRE IN RESIDENTS OF COLUMBUS 

CHARGE 
Y: COLUMBUS CO. DEMONSTRATES... ICARTOONI 
INNOCENT TO CHARGES 
ACCEPTING BRIBE 

BRIBE 
SAYS 
WED 



BUYING 

REED TO 'PLAY BALL' 

POSTPONED 
ENCE 

RACKETEERING CHARGES 
EF 



POLICE CHIEF PLEADS GUILTY 

LAKE WACCAMAW FIRES POLICE CHI 

FARMER'S CHARGES DISMISSED 

COLCOR FIGURE CONVICTED OF THREE DRUG CHARGES 

EX-COMMISSinNFR SENTENCED 

TPUCKIN" (CARTOON) 

COAST GUARD LIEUTENANT CHARGED 

BRICK COMPANIES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA BRICK FESTIVAL 

BRICK PLANTS LAYING OFF EMPLOYEES 

BRICKLAYERS 

TRICKY BRICKLAYING 

BRIDGE TOURNAMENTS 
SEE ALSO GAMES 
CONCENTRATION 
PLAYERS FROM DURHAM, RALEIGH DOMINATE BRIDGE TOURNAMENT 

BRIDGES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO OVERPASSES 

MARYLAND AVE. BRIDGE MAY NEED OVERHAUL 
BUYING LITTLE RIVER DAM LAND 3K'0 
BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PLANNED 
BRIDGE TO BE REPLACED 

BRIDGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BRIDGES, N.C. 
DEFICIENT FOR WHOM? 

AGENCIES COOPERATE IN BID-RIGGING PROBES 
OVER 11,000 N.C. BRIDGES HELD UNSOUND OR OBSOLETE 
CURRITUCK BRIDGE HIT BY BARGE 
COLLISION CLOSES COINJOCK BRIDGE 
COINJOCK BRIDGE REOPENS 
CURRITUCK BRIDGE REOPENS 

PARATROOPERS TO DESTROY BRIDGES IN FALLS LAKE BED 
IT WAS JUST A WAR GAME, BUT N] T PLAY FOR BRIDGE 
THE MOUSE THAT HEARD THE ROAR 



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C 


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L 


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2 <./19/82 


C 






N 


W36 




2 ',/20/82 


A 






N 


W36 




2 './20/n2 


C 




o 


N 






2 './2a/92 


A 






N 






2 './29/82 


B 






N 


W36 




2 <./28/82 









N 






2 <,/2''/82 


B 






N 


951 




2 5/27/82 


A 


1* 




N 






2 6/19/82 


C 


10 




N 






2 6/20/82 


A 






N 






2 10/03/82 


A 






N 






2 lO/OA/82 


A 




P 


N 






2 10/Q4/B2 


c 






N 






2 10/05/82 


A 




p 


N 


B81 




2 10/05/82 


A 






E 






2 10/06/82 


c 






N 






2 10/07/82 


A 






E 






2 10/08/82 


A 




p 


N 






2 12/27/82 


A 






E 







H 2 ll/0'./82 B 2 
S 2 ll/0'>/82 A 13 



S 2 10/28/82 C 1 
H 2 10/29/82 C 5 



H 2 11/23/82 C 2 P N 



H 2 11/14/82 A 10 



H 2 


l/l<./82 


A 


13 


N 




S 2 


1/21/82 


C 


7 


N 




H 2 


1/22/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/29/82 


A 


11 


N 




S 2 


2/02/82 


B 


6 


N 




H 2 


2/03/52 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


2/23/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


2/24/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


3/19/82 


A 


9 


N 




S 2 


3/25/82 


C 


ID 


N 




S 2 


<,/14/82 


C 


8 


N 




H 2 


<./25/92 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


4/29/82 


B 


7 


N 




H 2 


5/18/82 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


6/24/82 


A 


8 


N 




S 2 


7/16/82 


A 


I 


N 


F30 


H 2 


7/17/82 


A 


1 


N 


A54 


H 2 


7/19/82 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/21/82 


A 


14 


N 




S 2 


7/29/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/30/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/31/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/31/82 


B 


12 


N 




H 2 


7/31/82 


B 


12 


P N 




S 2 


7/31/82 


A 


20 


N 




H 2 


8/01/82 


A 


16 


N 




H 2 


8/03/82 


A 


1 


P N 




H 2 


8/04/82 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 


8/07/82 


B 


12 


N 




H 2 


8/10/82 


A 


1 


N 


351 


S 2 


8/10/82 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


8/13/02 


B 


6 


N 




H 2 


8/15/82 


A 


1 


M F 


G53 


H 2 


9/19/82 


A 


1 


P N 




H 2 


9/21/82 


A 


4 


T T 


R56 


H 2 


8/27/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/17/92 


C 


5 


N 




H 2 


9/18/82 


A 


1 


P N 




H 2 


9/28/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/30/82 


A 


16 


P N 




H 2 


10/08/92 


A 


1 


N 


B51 


S 2 


10/19/82 


A 


1 


P N 




S 2 


10/20/82 


C 


15 


N 




H 2 


10/21/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


10/22/82 


3 


4 


N 




S 2 


11/08/82 


A 


7 


N 




H 2 


11/23/92 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


1/24/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/25/92 


A 


23 


N 




H 2 


12/ 9/82 


A 


1 


N 


B51 


H 2 


2/ 9/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


10/ 9/82 


A 


I 


N 




H 2 


12/19/82 





4 


T T 


R56 


H 2 


12/ 2/82 


C 


5 


N 





H 1 12/17/92 B 1 N 

S 2 12/10/82 C 1 P P T37 



S 2 
S 2 



2/06/82 
2/09/82 



1 P P T37 



H 2 2/09/82 B 1 N S51 

S 2 2/09/82 B I N K90 

S 2 9/11/82 A 3 N 

H 2 9/14/82 B 1 P P T37 



? 


1/14/82 A 


4 


E 


? 


2/09/82 A 


1 3 


N 


? 


2/27/82 A 


5 


N 


? 


4/23/82 A 


1 


N 


2 


4/24/82 A 


9 


N 


2 


'<nb/i2 A 


H 


N 


? 


4/26/82 A 


7 


N 


? 


4/27/82 C 


in 


N 


? 


5/05/82 A 


1 


> N A54 


2 


5/05/82 a 


1 P P T37 



MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - U/3l/8i 



THEIE IT GOES! 

BACKHQE BASHES "RIDGE BRACE 

N.C OFPICIAL ADMITS BRIDGES NEED WORK 

.JHAT IS THAT ORANGE BALL GLGUl NG BRIGHTLY IN THE SKY? 

•NEW PROCESS' USED ON LINN COVE BRIDGE 

LEGISLATIVE BUILDINGS MAY GET «ALKMAY 

L5GISLAT0RS IGNORE CALL FOR SACRIFICE 

ALBEMARLE SOUND BRIDGE SOON TO BE REINFORCED 

BOAT STRIKES ilRtOGE PILINGS 

OUTER BANKS BRIDGE CLOSED 

BIRDGE TO BE OUT INDEFINITELY 

BRIDGE TO BANKS CLOSED 

FERRIES TO BE USED UNTIL BRIDGE REPAIRED 

GOVERNOR DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR OUTER BANKS 

LANDING CRAFT FERRYING VEHICLES 

BRIDGE CLOSING CUTS TOURISM 

TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS M£Er ON CROATAN BRIDGE 

HUNT: BRIDGE REPAIRS TO BE FINISHED BY JANUARY 

FOCTING THE BRIDGE BILL 

■i-LANE BRIDGE IS APPROVED FOR COINJOCK 

ASKING FOR TROUBLE 

GRANT APPROVED FOR BRIDGE REPAIRS 

STATE RECEIVES 51 MILLION TO REPAIR CROATAN BRIDGE 

ANOTHER -ATTACK- SET AT FALLS LAKE 

BRIDGE DEMOLITION TAKES PLACE TODAY 

DEMOLITION TRAINING 

SOLDIERS FINISH MISSION; BRIDGE GONE 

BRIDGE TO OUTER BANKS MAY REOPEN MONTH EARLY 

WINDS DELAY BRIDGE REPAIR 

WINDS WHIP UP SOUND. DELAY REPAIR OF BRIDGE 

BRIDGES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO DRAWBRIDGES 
SEE ALSO WALKWAYS 
RESISTING THE FALL 

GRIGGS AVE. (DURHAM, N.C.) 
NO PLACE LIKE HOME 

BRIGHT LEAF CIVITAN CLUB 
SEE ALSO CIVITAN CLUB 

GROUP HOPES FOR ENTHUSIASTIC POSTER CLEANUP 
CLUP SHOWS INGENUITY IN SIGN-?EMOVAL PLAN 
BRIGHT LEAF CIVITINS WIN AWAR? 

CLUB HELPS Children 
officers installed 

The brighter side coffeehouse 

youth ccffeehouse marks anniversary 

"rightleaf souare 

see also liggett and "yers tobacco co.. warehouses 
pigeons an asset 
ani-al abuses investigated 
restaurant, shops slated for brightleaf 
downtown office s^ace said exceeding demand 
foank kenan buys interest in brightleaf souare complex 
kenan brings experience to brightleaf souare 
party at brightleaf saturday to open drive for symphony 
party with a purpose 
bright new leaf 

blue cross inducts u into 25-year club 
historic preservation society commends durham beauty spots 
restaurant to open in sept. 
dukf engineering school gets carrier grant 
gallery opens at brightleaf 

brightleaf siuare: bringing new gold to durham 
police arrest sign thief 
fall festival 
planning event 

brightleaf square gets preservation award 
durham firm to get certificat= 
saturday matine^ 

holiday music scheduled at brightleaf 
hair design studio opens 
singing in the season 
•jimmy the greek- out of restaurant 
-greek- sells his restaurant 
snyoe^/whalen is promoting mo' e than just cute guys 

brighton souare condominiums (carr!or0. n.c.i 
see also carrboro. n.c. condomi niu-s 
casrboro aldermen asked to approve condominium plan 
foundation members urge condominium project ok 

brin-mont chemicals 

blast. fire hit plant 

blast heavily damages che-ical plant in greensboro 

brinks- robbery 
see robbery. u.s. 

'ristol court apartments 

assault occurred at bristol court 

british american festival 
see also festivals, durham 

advice sought for br it ish- ame? i can festival 

british broadcasting corp. 

who cares about dr. who? 

brcaomoor apartments 

deputies probe fatal stabbing 

murde'ed man found in broadmoor bathtub 

two men arrested in broadmoor stabbing 

2 CHARGED kITh MURDER GO TO COURT TOMORROW 

STORM BRINGS FLOODS. FIRES: SCHOOL BUSES STOOD READY FOR EVACUATION 

DURHAM RECOVERS FORM RAINS 

THIEVES HIT BROADMOOR APARTMENTS 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT, KIDNAPPING 

HRDAOWAY (NEW YORK CITYI 

BROADWAY AT PEAK SAYS CRITIC 3ARNES 

BROADWAY, N.C. 

6 ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

BROADWAY AT OUKE SERIES 

SEE DUKE UNIV.. BROADWAY AT DUKE SERIES 

BROADWAY ON TOUR 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, 3R0ADWAY ON TOUR SERIES 

BRODIE L. OUKE BUILDING 

HOW TIMES 30 CHANGE: ORIGIN OF BIG FIRE 



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C 


PG 


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P 


9YL 


S 2 5/05/B2 


c 


19 


P 


P 


T37 


S 2 5/17/S2 


c 






N 




H 2 6/06/B2 


A 


24 




N 




S 2 6/07/82 


B 






U 


S36 


H 2 6/19/82 


A 




P 


N 




H 1 7/15/82 


B 






N 




S 2 7/21/92 


A 






E 




H 2 7/2'5/82 


A 


14 




N 




H 2 11/07/82 


C 






N 




H 2 11/09/82 


B 






N 




H 2 11/00/92 


A 


11 




N 




H 1 1 /0<»/52 


B 




P 


P 




S 2 11/00/82 


A 


I 1 




N 




H 2 U/lO/92 


A 


1 1 




N 




H 2 I /11/82 


A 


21 




N 




H 2 11/12/82 


A 


1 1 




N 




H 2 11/14/82 


A 






N 




H 2 11/18/82 


B 




p 


N 




S 2 11/22/92 


A 






E 




H 2 11/25/82 


c 


12 




N 




S 2 12/04/82 


A 






E 




S 2 12/09/82 


c 


12 




N 




H 2 12/10/92 


A 






N 




H 2 12/11/82 


B 






N 


H60 


H 2 12/14/82 


E 






N 




H 2 12/15/92 


A 




P 


P 


T37 


H 2 12/16/92 


B 






U 


H60 


H 2 12/29/82 


A 


12 




N 




S 2 12/30/82 


A 






N 




H 2 12/31/82 


A 




P 


N 





H 2 12/12/82 4 E 

H 2 3/17/82 B I P P C56 



7/01/82 
7/01/82 
7/14/82 
a/27/82 
9/20/82 



1 
4 
13 
I 
2 



N C42 



H 2 8/21/92 A 13 



1/03/82 D 

1/15/92 A 

2/18/82 C 

3/04/92 A 

3/09/82 A 

3/09/92 C 

4/22/92 C 

4/24/82 A 

4/29/82 D 

5/01/82 A 

5/23/82 E 

7/09/92 B 

7/10/82 A 

7/16/82 

8/01/82 A 

8/13/82 A 

9/09/92 

9/23/82 A 

10/26/92 B 

10/27/82 A 

10/31/82 C 

12/17/82 C 

12/19/82 A 

12/22/82 C 

12/23/92 C 

12/24/82 B 

12/26/82 C 



T37 
W66 



S76 
S83 



10 P F L30 



3/10/92 
3/11/82 



2/25/82 
2/26/82 



H 2 9/19/82 A 10 



H 2 12/19/82 D 



S 2 4/01/82 D 1 P F B71 



s ? 


5/03/82 C 


1 N 


H ? 


5/03/92 9 


1 N 


H 2 


5/11/82 B 


I N 


S 2 


5/11/92 A 


9 N 


H ? 


6/04/92 A 


I P N X06 


S 7 


6/04/92 A 


1 P N F30 


S 2 


9/14/92 A 


3 N 


H 2 


10/03/92 A 


23 N 



H 2 11/12/92 9 P F W66 
H 1 1/07/82 d I N 



S 2 3/26/82 A 6 D U 043 



mmmmmm 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/83 



SUBJECTS 



N F 
P D 



P«GE 73 
1/07/83 



BRCGOEN MIDDLE SCHOOL 

BROGDEN ANNOUNCES HONOR ROLL 
BROGOEN HONOR ROLL ANNOUNCED 
BROGDEN CHOSEN FOR ASSESSMENT PROGRAM 

SH0RT^CPuJsES:"2id0Le''sCH00L students GET TASTE OF VARIETY OF SUBJECTS 
STUDENT ENJOYS MIDDLE SCHOOL LIFE 

RROKEN BONES 

ICE BALLET BREAKS BONES. PLANS 

BROKEN LEG A NUISANCE — NOT A DISASTER 

197 BONES? 

1R00KSI0E APARTMENTS ICHAPEL HILL. N.C.I 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. APARTMENTS 
OWNER SAYS CONDO PERMIT UNNEE:)ED 

"ROTHEBHOOO OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS 
SEE ALSO ENGINEFRS. U.S. 
SEE ALSO RAILROADS 
SEE ALSO TRAINS 
SEE ALSO UNIONS. U.S. 

ENGINEERS PICKET N.C. RAIL TE'MINALS 

RAIL STRIKERS DON'T DELAY TRAINS. FREIGHT IN DURHAM 

RAIL STRIKE: AMTRAK HIT HARD; FREIGHT SLOWED 

DURHAM RAIL SERVICE RUNNING ON SCHEDULE 

NATION'S WELL-BEING MUST TAKE PRECEDENCE 

TRAINS RUN IN STATE; ENGINEERS UPSET 

RAIL SERVICE IS RESUMED IN DURHAM 

BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL 

HUNT'S DAUGHTER IN POLITICS 

BROWN AND WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CO. 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO 

FOUR FIRMS RAISE CIGARETTE PRICES 

BROWN AND WOOTEN MILLS (BURLINGTON. N.C.I 

FIRM IN BURLINGTON DONATES COMPUTER PACKAGE TO PTC 

BROWN BROTHERS INC. 

WE POINT WITH PRIDE. 



"./ai/BJ 
6/28/82 
ll/O/ej 
11/17/82 
11/26/82 
12/28/82 



H 2 2/09/82 
H 2 2/27/82 
H 2 7/16/82 



I 

1 
1 



<. U WD9 
<. U WD9 
5 L 



H 2 1/07/82 A 16 



H 


7 


9/20/82 


A 


9 


N 




s 


7 


9/20/82 


A 


1 P N 


M?3 


H 


? 


9/21/B2 


B 


1 


> N 


141 


s 


? 


9/23/82 


A 


1 


N 


M2 3 


s 


? 


9/23/82 


A 


4 


t 




H 


? 


9/2<./82 


A 


1 ? 


N 




H 


2 


9/2<./82 


A 


12 


N 




s 


2 


'./20/82 


C 


3 


N 





H 2 11/17/82 A 1 N 

H 1 2/10/82 C 1 N 

. TO THE MODERN C EXPANDED RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT H 2 <./25/82 G 4 D A 



=1R0WN LUNG DISEASE 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA BROWN LUNG ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO COTTON 

SEE ALSO COTTON DUST REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO LUNG DISEASES 

SEE ALSO TEXTILF INDUSTRY 

STUDY CITES CHRONIC BYSSINOSIS 

BROWN LUNG DISEASE HITS FEW WORKERS. STUDY CLAIMS 

ADMINISTRATION TO REVISE STANDARD ON COTTON DUST 

WATER MAY ADO TO MILL OUST 

COURT REJECTS INMATE ACCESS Tl RECORDS 

INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE SEEN TO LINK DUST, BROWN LUNG 

RESEARCHERS CONTEST BROWN LUNG REPORT 

WHO STUDY SAYS COTTON DUST CAJSES LUNG DISORDERS 

COURT AFFIRMS BROWN LUNG RULING 

STUDY BEGINS ON COTTON-DUST EFFECTS 

COTTON DUST REPORT REVIVES OLO DEBATE 

HE WINS IN COURT - LOSES BATTLE FOR HEALTH 

2 STATES MISS COTTON OUST COMMENT DATE 
SUPREME COURT ORDER MAY CLARIFY BYSSINOSIS LAW 
COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF BROWN LUNG VICTIM 
COTTON DUST CHANGES ARE CALLE:) 'PREMATURE* 
BROWN LUNG GROUP FACES MONEY WOES 

BROWN LUNG ASSOCIATION SEEKS HELP 

BROWN LUNG RULINGS REVERSED 

BROWN LUNG CLAIMS DOWN NEARLY 501 

OFFICIAL URGES BROWN LUNG REP3RT REVIEW 

DISPUTE REVEALED AT HEARING ON COTTON OUST RULES 

STUDY CITES DAMAGE FROM BYSSINOSIS 

BROWNING FERRIS INDUSTRIES INC. 

WASTE-MANAGEMENT FIRMS MAY ME' GE 

WOHNS SUMMIT, N.C. 

3 YOUNGSTERS, AUNT DIE IN FIRE 

BRUCE JOHNSON TRUCKING CO. 

FIRM BUYS 55 NEW TRUCKS 



BRUNSWICK NUC 
SEE ALSO Nl 
SEE ALSO N 
N.C. UTI 
REPORT S 
CPt.L RED 
N-PLANT 
SPOKESME 
NflC'S ST 
CPtL MAY 
CP(.L COU 
BRUNSWIC 
CPCL REA 
CPLL PAY 
LOWEST N 
CPCL MOV 
STUDY ES 
STUDY BY 



LEAR PLANT ISOUTHPORT. N.C.I 

UCLEAR PLANTS. N.C. AND S.C. 

UCLEAR PLANTS. N.C. AND S.C ACCIDENTS 

CITIES HAVE NUCLEAR WARNING DEVICES AT PLANTS 

AYS OUTAGE AVOIDABLE 

UEST DRAWS FIRE 

DEVICES SAID SABOTAGED 

N FOR TWO UTILITIES DEFEND FIRMS' SAFETY RECORDS 

AFF URGES FINE AGAINST CPEL 

FACE FINE FROM NRC 
CO BE FINED FOR NOT CONDUCTING TESTS 
K NUCLEAR PLANT SHUT 163 DAYS LAST YEAR 
CTORS NOT OPERATING 
S FINE OF J120.000 

RC SAFETY RANK INCLUDES BRUNSWICK PLANTS 
ING OFFICIAL TO BRUNSWICK 
TIMATES FATALITIES IN NUCLEAR PLANT ACCIDENTS 

FIRM PRAISES CPCL MANAGEMENT 



BRUNSWICK STEW 
SEE ALSO FOOD 

THE SEASON'S RIGHT FOR BRUNSWICK STEW 
MANUFACTURER RECALLS STEW 

BRYANT-DURHAM ELECTRIC CO. 

DURHAM MAN GETS PRISON TERM. FINE FOR BID-RIGGING 
DURHAM MAN SENTENCED IN ECU BID-RIGGING CASE 

BRYANT ELECTRIC CO. OF HIGH POINT 

TWO EXECUTIVES PLEAD GUILTY IN BIO-RIGGING CASE 
3 FIRMS SUSPENDED FROM STATE BIDDING 

BRYANT UTILITIES CONSTRUCTION CO.. INC. 

SIX N.C. FIRMS INDICTED IN WATER PROJECTS PROBE 
3 NO CONTEST PLEAS ENTERED IN BID-RIGGING 
FIRM IS CHARGED WITH BID-RIGGING 
BID-RIGGING PLEA RESULTS IN SENTENCE 

BRYN MAWR COLLEGE 

3 RECEIVE BRYN MAWR DEGREES 

BUBBLE GUM 

2 TEEN-AGERS CHARGED IN THEFT OF BUBBLE GUM 



7 


1/09/82 


A 


5 


N 


? 


1/19/82 


A 


1 


N 


? 


2/10/82 


A 


1 1 


N 


? 


2/28/82 


A 


I 3 


N 


7 


3/03/82 


H 


5 


N 


7 


3/04/82 


H 


5 


N 


7 


3/08/82 


C 


4 


N 


7 


3/1-^/82 


A 


19 


N 


> 


3/17/82 


A 


9 


N 




3/23/82 


A 


in 


N 


^ 


3/25/82 


1. 


9 


N 


7 


3/26/82 


1 


5 


N 


7 


3/28/82 


A 


/ 1 


N 


7 


'./05/82 


A 


1? 


N 


7 


5/05/82 


B 


6 


N 


7 


5/09/B2 


A 


7 


N 


7 


5/2'i/82 


B 


I 


N 


7 


5/24/62 


C 


3 


N 


7 


7/14/82 


A 


1 


N 


7 


9/19/82 


C 


5 


N 


7 


9/22/82 


A 


8 


N 


/ 


9/23/82 


(, 


1 h 


N 


2 


12/11/82 


A 


15 


N 



S 2 3/11/82 A 6 N 
M 2 2/13/82 8 8 P N 
H 2 3/06/82 A 3 N 



s ? 


1/04/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 7 


2/17/B2 


A 


I 


N 


H 7 


2/21/82 


A 


1 7 


N 


H 7 


6/30/82 


A 


i 


N 


H 7 


7/08/82 


» 


5 


N 


H 7 


7/17/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 7 


7/30/82 


B 


4 


N 


S / 


7/30/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 7 


8/01/82 


A 


1 I 


N 


H 2 


3/06/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 7 


8/17/B2 


B 


3 




H 7 


8/19/82 


( 


2D P N 


H 1 


9/17/82 


H 


1 


N 


H ? 


11/02/82 


A 


1 / 


N 


H 2 


12/16/82 


A 


19 


N 


S 7 


9/08/82 


B 


1 P F JD6 


M 2 


12/17/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 7 


3/09/82 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/09/82 


A 


I 


N 


H 7 


1/26/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


4/10/82 


A 


3 


N 



H 2 3/16/82 A 1 

H 2 9/16/82 S 2 

H 2 11/09/82 A 11 

H 2 12/08/82 A 14 



S 2 6/02/82 C 9 N 
H 2 3/04/82 C 12 N 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/83 - U/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE T* 
1/07/83 



RESPECT FOR LAW IS ON TPIAL 

<! GROUPS SAY XURBLE GUM CHARGES RACIALLY "MOTIVATED 
TEENS 0P06RE0 TO REPAY 10 TIMES AMOUNT OF GUM STOLEN 
RACIAL GROUPS CRY WOLF 

BUCK MOUNTAIN DEVELOPMENT 

PERMITS DENIED FOR NEW AIRPORT AND OFFICE PARK 

GROUP TD RESUBMIT PROPOSAL 

MIDWAY AIRPORT PLANS BEING REVIVED 

MIDWAY AIRPORT DECISION IS EXPECTED ON TUESDAY 

ORANGE PANEL OKS PERMIT FOR AIRPORT 

ORANGE AIRPORT GETS PERMIT ON 3-2 VOTE 

BUDDHISTS 

MONKS MARCH FOR PEACE 

PEACE MARCHERS COMING THROUGH DURHAM 

MONKS aPING PEACE MARCH TO DURHAM 

MONKS HOLD SILENT VIGIL AT AIR BASE 

3UD WORMS 

SEE ALSO INSECTS, PESTS 

SEX USED TO KILL TWO CROP PESTS 

BUFFALOS 

LONELY BUFFALO TAKES TO WOODS 

BUILDING CLIMBING 

SEE ALSO MOUNTAIN CLIMBING 

•HUMAN FLY- CLAIMED N.C. AS HIS HOME 
HIS ERRORS DRAW MOST RESPONSE 

"UILDING CODE. VIOLATIONS 

CONTRACTOR SAYS ADDITION VIOLATED CODE 
BUILDER ORDERED TO PAY tl2,500 DAMAGES 
BUILDER MUST PAY DAMAGES 

BUILDING COOES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM INSPECTIONS DIVISION 
SEE ALSO N.C. BUILDING CODE COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANK REGULATIONS 

STATE OFFICIALS SEE NO PROBLEMS FROM LACK OF BUILDING INSPECTIONS 

CONTRACTOR SAYS ADDITION VIOLATED CODE 

COUPLE SEEKS DAMAGES FROM BUILDER 

NEW STATE BUILDING CODE OFFICE PROPOSED 

TRINITY PARK GROUP SEEKS RULING ON CITY PROCEDURES 

BOARD SUPPORTS CITY ACTION 

UNOFRGROUND HOMES ARE LEGAL IN CITY 

TRINITY PARK GROUP FILES SUIT AGAINST CITY 

COUOT GETS TRINITY PARK GARAGE FLAP 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO DAVIS-BACON ACT 

SEE ALSO HOUSING. N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOUSING CONSTRUCTION. COSTS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO N.C STATE BUILDING C!) NSTRUC T I ON 

SEE ALSO N.C. HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTION 

HOUSING MARKET MAY IMPROVE IN DURHAM 

HOME BUILDING PLUMMETS 

N.C. SHOWS CONSTRUCTION SLOWDOWN 

N.C. HOME BUILDERS EXPECT NO SCONOMIC CHANGE SOON 

THE WRECKING CREW RAN SMACK INTO REAL QUALITY 

RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CONTRACTS UP IN MAY 

CONDOMINIUMS: CAROLINA BEACH OFFICIALS REPORT CONSTRUCTION UP 

DURHAM MAY JOIN PROGRAM TO HELP PEOPLE BUILD HOMES 

BUILDING ACTIVITY DOWN 22% IN STATE'S LARGEST CITIES 

BUILDERS' HOPES RISE AS INTEREST RATES FALL 

N.C. BUILDING ACTIVITY FALLS: COSTS INCREASE 

DROP IN INTEREST RATES AIDING N.C. HOME BUILDERS 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, N.C. 

HOMEBUILDING PERMITS DOWN IN M.C. 
RECESSION SLOWS NEW-HOME SALES 
DURHAM RANKS 5TH IN BUILDING 
N.C. BUILDING STARTS DROPPED IN 1981 
INDECISION IS EXPENSIVE 

BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO BUILDING DEVELOPERS 
SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL CONTRACTS 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MINORITY CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO PAVING CONTRACTORS 

CONTRACTOR CLAIMS WORK DENIED IN ORANGE COUNTY 

CHARLOTTE PROGRAM CRITICIZED 

RECESSION HASN'T HURT BUILDERS AT THE BEACH 

SIX N.C. FIRMS INDICTED IN WATER PROJECTS PROBE 

HOMEBUILDERS DISAGREE WITH ASSOCIATION CHIEF 

HOUSING HELP UNNEEOED 

CONTRACTORS SAID BACKING REAGAN'S PROGRAM 

HIRING PROJECT MANAGER A WASTE 

HIRING PROJECT MANAGER 'UNFAIR' 

FIVE FIRMS TO PAY STATE «2 MILLION 

CONTRACTORS SEE A BRIGHTER YEAR 



BUILDING DEVE 

SEE ALSO ? 

SEE ALSO C 

SEE ALSO H 

SEE ALSO S 

PLANNING 

CHANGES 

DEVFLOPE 

LOOSER B 

WAVE OF 

RECESSIO 

DFVELOPE 

SMALL OE 

PRESERVA 

JUDGE: C 

10 AREA": 

ECOLOGIC 

PERMIT H 

ROW HOUS 



L0PFR5 

UILDING CONTRACTORS 
• HAPEL HILL, N.C. HOUSING 

<OME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF DURHAM AND CHAPEL HILL 
SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTION 

COMMISSION APPROVES THREE PLANS 

IN 3 DEVELOPMENT PLANS BACKED 

R CALLS CONDITIONS ' U>l RE A50NABLE ■ 

UILDING RULES MAY SPUR DEVELOPMENT 

HOME BUILDING PLANNED 

N HASN'T HURT BUILDERS AT THE BEACH 

RS SEEK BACKING 

VELOP-ENTS IN DURHAM HELP REVITALIZE NEIGHBORHOODS 

TI0NI5TS GET BIG TAX BREAK 

HAPEL HILL mjst ISSUE PFRt<IT 
IN N.C. ARE ON BARRIER ISLAND LIST 

ALLY FRAGILE AREAS GRANTED REPRIEVE 

EOUIREMFNTS EASED 

ES: BUILDER JOEL COLCLOUGH: YOU ...LOVE 'EM OR YOU HATE 'EM 



BUILDING PFRMITS 

N.C. BUILDING CONTRACTS DOWN IN NOVEMBER 

CITY BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED 

NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CONTRACTS UP IN NOVEMBER 

COUNTY PERMITS ISSUEO 

N.C. SINGLE-FAMILY HOME PERMITS DROP 



DATE 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P BYL 



3/00/82 A 

3/24/82 C 

3/25/82 B 

3/26/n2 A 



4/21/92 
4/22/92 
4/27/82 
9/04/62 
9/07/82 
9/08/82 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



7/22/82 
9/23/82 



11/10/82 B 
11/11/82 B 
11/11/82 A 



N B46 
N 



4/02/82 A 4 L 

4/05/82 CI N S83 

4/06/82 B 1 N 

4/11/82 A 13 N 



H 2 8/20/82 C 5 N 
H 2 4/09/82 A 23 N 



J50 
J50 



N S51 
N SSI 



s 


? 


1/04/82 


r 


4 


N 




H 


? 


1 ,/10/82 


B 


1 


N 


S51 


s 


? 


1 /10/82 


r 


1 ? 


N 




H 


/ 


1 /23/82 


A 


9 


N 




s 


2 


11/23/82 


A 




N 


K9n 


s 


/ 


11/24/82 


( 




N 


K9n 


s 


? 


11/29/82 


A 




N 


K9n 


s 


? 


12/23/82 


A 




N 


K90 


H 


2 


12/24/82 


B 




N 


B51 



s ? 


1/02/82 


A 


1 


N 


Sfl3 


s ■/ 


1/14/82 


r 


1 


N 


K90 


s ■/ 


1/15/82 


( 


7 


N 




H 2 


4/02/82 


r 


5 


N 




H 2 


4/21/82 


A 


4 


F 




S ? 


7/03/82 


A 


2 


N 




H 7 


7/20/82 


A 


in 


N 




S 2 


9/15/82 


A 


1 


N 


K9n 


H 2 


9/28/82 


A 


1 fi 


N 




S 2 


10/12/82 


A 


1 


N 


SR2 


H 2 


12/21/82 


A 


1 s 


N 




H 2 


12/29/92 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


2/12/82 


A 


1 1 


N 




S 7 


3/15/82 


A 


h 


N 




S 2 


4/15/82 


1 


r 


N 




H 2 


4/16/82 


B 


5 


N 




5 2 


7/31/82 


A 


4 


E 





2 


2/01/32 






N M23 


2 


3/10/92 






N 


2 


3/15/92 






N 


? 


3/16/92 






N 


2 


4/12/92 






N 


2 


6/19/82 






E 


7 


6/23/82 






N 


2 


3/29/H2 






L 


7 


9/09/92 






L 


7 


10/28/82 






N 


2 


12/26/92 




10 


N 



S 


7 


1/05/82 


B 




N 


K9n 


H 




1/07/82 


A 


13 


N 




H 


2 


1/09/92 


B 




N 


W16 


S 


7 


3/ 2/92 


( 




N 


K90 


H 


7 


3/ 4/92 


n 


1 1 


N 


F78 


H 


2 


3/ 5/92 


A 




N 




s 


2 


4/31/92 


( 




N 


K90 


s 


7 


4/12/92 


A 




N 


K9n 


H 


7 


5/31/92 


A 




N 




H 


7 


6/12/92 


8 




N 


Wlh 


H 


7 


8/17/82 


A 




N 




S 


2 


a/15/92 


A 




F 




H 


2 


12/04/92 


A 




N 




H 


2 


12/19/92 


D 


10 


F 


L41 


S 


7 


1/04/82 


A 


5 


N 




s 


7 


1/07/82 


A 


14 


N 




s 


7 


1/09/82 


A 


20 P 


N 




s 


7 


1/13/92 


A 


1 1 


N 




s 


2 


1/16/92 


A 


20 P 


N 





MONIHLY/AN 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



CITY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS 

DURHAM COUNTY ISSUES PERMITS = OR BUILDING 

CITY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

TRIANGLE BUILDING CONTRACTS DDWN IN JANUARY 

CITY ISSUES PERMITS 

WAVE OE HOME BUILDING PLANNED . , „^„^,.,r 

DURHAM INSPECTION OFFICE ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

COUNTY PERMITS ISSUED 

COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS ARE ISSUED 

NONRESIDENTIAL CONTRACTS ROSE IN FEBRUARY 

TRIANGLE CONSTRUCTION DROPS ,,.„. 

CITY ISSUES PERMITS FOR NEW CIINSTRUCT ION 

COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED 

CITY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

TRIANGLE CONSTRUCTION STILL SAGGING IN MARCH 

3UILDI.NG PERMITS ISSUED BY DURHAM 

BUILDING PERMITS 

COUNTY ISSUES PERMITS „ „ .„ 

8 OFFICE CONDOMINIUMS PLANNED IN DURHAM 

DURHAM ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

CITY ISSUES PERMITS 

COUNTY OFFICE GRANTS PERMITS 

LIENS FILED AGAINST ASCO 

BUILDING PERMITS 

CITY ISSUES PERMITS 

BUILDING CONTRACTS INCREASED IN JUNE 

BUILDING PERMITS „,„„,t, 

COUNTY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED 

CITY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

COUNTY ISSUES PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS ARE ISSUED , „ „ ^, 

BETTER DAYS FORECAST FOR HOUSING MARKET 

TRIANGLE BUILDING CONTRACTS RISE IN AUGUST 

PERMITS VALUE DIPS 

COUNTY ISSUES PERMITS 

CITY ISSUES PERMITS 

COUNTY ISSUES PERMITS 

DURHAM ISSUES PERMITS 

COUNTY ISSUES PERMITS 

COUNTY ISSUES PERMITS 

CITY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS 

CITY ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS ARE ISSUED 

"UILOING PERMITSt N .C . ,,_ ^„ 

TRIANGLE BUILDING CONTRACTS UP IN OCTOBER 
BUILDING CONTRACTS JUMP IN OCTOBER; TRIANGLE FIGURES 



C T 


S 


s 


t 


T 


PAGE 75 
1/07/33 


N E 




E 


L 


Y 




P 


DATE 


C 


PG L 


P BYL 




S 2 


l/2<>/a2 


C 


3 


N 




S 2 


2/10/82 


c 


4 


N 




S 2 


2/25/n2 


3 


4 


N 




S 2 


3/03/82 


C 


5 


N 




S 2 


3/06/82 


A 


2 P 


N 




S 2 


3/12/82 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


3/14/82 


D 


11 P 


N F78 




S 2 


3/l'»/82 


A 


14 


M 




S 2 


3/l')/B2 


C 


16 


N 




S 2 


'./01/82 


C 


6 


N 




S 2 


4/03/82 


A 


20 P 


N 




H 2 


4/04/82 


D 


10 


N 




S 2 


4/12/82 


A 


6 


N 




S 2 


4/14/82 


c 


4 


N 




S 2 


5/05/82 


A 


12 


N 




S 2 


5/05/82 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


5/09/82 


D 


10 


N 




S 2 


5/19/82 


A 


13 


N 




S 2 


6/02/82 


A 


8 


N 




S 2 


6/02/82 


A 


8 


N 




S 2 


6/12/82 


A 


20 P 


N 




S 2 


6/18/82 


B 


4 


N 




S 2 


5/3D/82 


A 


14 


N 




S 2 


6/30/82 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


7/02/82 


A 


12 


N 




S 2 


8/04/82 


C 


8 


N 




S 2 


7/28/82 


C 


10 


N 




H 2 


3/08/82 


c 


2 


N 




S 2 


8/11/82 


c 


3 


N 




S 2 


8/19/82 


c 


11 


N 




S 2 


8/20/82 


A 


6 


N 




5 2 


8/25/82 


A 


1 1 


N 




S 2 


8/25/82 


c 


10 


N 




5 2 


9/15/82 


c 


4 


N 




H 2 


9/19/82 


D 


10 P 


N 




S 2 


10/03/82 


A 


2 P 


N 




H 2 


10/13/82 


B 


14 


N 




S 2 


10/20/82 


A 


3 


N 




S 2 


10/20/82 


C 


11 


N 




S 2 


10/27/82 


A 


U 


N 




S 2 


10/27/82 


A 


19 


N 




S 2 


U/03/82 


C 


8 


N 




S 2 


11/17/82 


A 


10 


N 




S 2 


11/17/82 


A 


22 


N 




S 2 


U/25/82 


C 


16 


N 




S 2 


12/15/82 


c 


18 


N 




S 2 


12/21/82 


a 


4 


N 





S 2 12/04/82 A 2 
H 2 12/05/82 D 11 



PLANT BULBS EARLY IN THE WINTER _ . 

BULBS OF PROMISE 

BULIMIA 

BINGE EATING IS RISKY 

EATING DISORDERS TO BE STUDIED 

BULL CITY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C. 

KEEP THE BULL CITY IMAGE 

BULL CITY SERTOMA CLUB 

SEE ALSO DURHAM SERTOMA CLUB 
FOR SERVICE TO MANKIND 
DUKE PEDIATRICS GIVEN S5,000 

BULL CITY STREET ARTS CELEBRATION 

SEE DURHAM STREET ARTS CELEBRATION 

BULL CITY STREET RODDERS 
COLLECTORS FORM CLUB 
SHAPE TURKEY AND TRIMMINGS 

BULL DURHAM CLASSIC <PREP TEAM URESTLINGI 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS. SPORTS (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO WRESTLING 

BIG WEEK FOR WRESTLING TOURNAMENTS 

JORDAN WRESTLERS SECOND 

TRIO LEADS JEST CARTERET TO BJLL DURHAM CROWN 

JORDAN WRESTLERS TAKE THIRD 

BULL DURHAM SMOKING TOBACCO 

SEE BULL DURHAM TOBACCO CO. 

BULL DURHAM TOBACCO CO. 
SEE ALSD TOBACCO 

BAG TAGGING: BULL DURHAM POUC^ES MEANT WORK FOR MANY 
HOW TIMES DO CHANGE: TOBACCO FIGHT NOT NEW 

'"ULL007ER 

BULLDOZER CUTS PHONE LINE 

BULLETIN BOAPOS 

CHECKING OUT THF OLD BOARDS 



H 2 11/14/82 E 12 P U 678 
H 2 11/25/82 A 4 E 



S 2 8/27/82 C 
H 2 U/18/82 B 



H 2 3/17/82 A 4 



H 2 3/04/82 A 12 P P S76 
H 2 6/25/82 A 9 N 



S 2 9/08/82 C 
S 2 11/15/82 A 



P R91 
P S76 



H 2 12/19/82 B 9 

H 2 12/21/82 B 5 

H 2 12/22/82 3 

S 2 12/22/82 D 2 



H 2 1/10/82 C 1 P U L57 
S 2 3/05/82 C 5 U 043 



H 2 9/16/82 B 7 N 

H 2 1/04/82 3 1 U S36 



FOLKS AROUNO HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN 3R0UGHT 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE TRUE STORY 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: WITH THE FOURTH ESTATE 

BULL'S EYE BLUES CONTEST 

A NEW CONTEST! BULL'S EYE BLUES 

WE HAVE A WINNER: BUT THE COU-JCIL SANG THE BLUES 

BULL'S EYE MYSTERY LIST CONTEST 

THE GAMF OF LISTS: PUT ON THOSE THINKING CAPS. 

GRAND COUNCIL PICKS FOUR MYSTFRY WINNERS 

CORRECTION 

THE COUNCIL SPEAKS AGAIN 

BUNCOMBE COUNTY, N.C. 

DISASTER ASSISTANCE IS SOUGHT 

BUNCOMBE PROBES FOOO-STAMP FRAUD 

NOMINEES CLAIM EASY SENATE WM 

GOP DECLINES BUNCOMBE SENATE RACE 

BUNCOMBE AGENCY DIRECTOR IS INDICTED BY GRAND JURY 

BUNCOMBE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. 

2 BUNCOMBE DEPUTIES WOUNDED IV GUN BATTLE 

BUNN. N.C. 



BULL'S EYE FANS 



1/13/82 B 
1/14/82 B 
1/15/82 a 
1/16/82 



7/08/82 B 



4/26/82 B 
5/10/82 B 



6/1D/82 
8/07/82 
9/01/82 
9/02/82 
11/18/82 



2 2/22/82 B 1 

2 3/08/B2 B 1 

2 3/10/82 A 15 

2 3/15/82 B 1 



10 
3 



S 2 6/09/82 A 1 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL ■.'^,5 E X 

1/01/82 - 12/31/92 



BUNN MAYOR IS INOtCTEO IN LEAF CASE 

nuNN RESCUE SOUAO 

BUNN RESCUE SQUAD DAY SEI 

BUREAUCRACY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL SOVERNxENT 

SEE ALSO GOVERNMENTAL PAPER waR< 

SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

ATTITUDFS CHANGING TOWARD GOVERNMENT 

•TELL YOU JHAT, SAM, YOU GET <I0 OF YOUR OtaN CANCER, 

MISLEIOING IMAGE , . , 

DEPARTMENT NEEDS ENERGETIC DISMANTLING 

PCB, BUREAUCRACY HAZARDOUS TO HEALTH 

LETTER STRUCK HBONG NERVE 

A JIMMY CARTER SHOW STARRING 50NALD REAGAN 

SOCIAL SECURITY TURNS MR. SCRaOCE ^„„^,.,, 

PUTTING GOVERNMENT ON BUSINESSLIKE FOOTING 

WELFARE INDUSTRY'S GOAL IS EXPANSION 

PROPOSED CONSTITUTION P I E- IN-T HE-SKY IDIOCY 

THE PHILOSOPHER'S OUESTION 

guRGLAR ALARMS 

SEE ALAOM SYSTEMS 



SUBJECTS 



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5U»GLARY 




SEE ROBBERY, 


DURHAM 


SEE ROBBERY, 


N.C. 


SEE ROBBERY, 


U.S. 



BURGLARY RING 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM , ,^ ^ ^^_ _ , „^ 
POND MAY HOLD KEY TO 2-STATE THEFT RING 
THEFT RING: OFFICERS TO FILE 100 MORE CHARGES 
BURGLARIES MAY BE WORK OF ONE GANG 

BURIALS 

SEE FUNERALS 

BUPKART-CAROL INA BUILDING (HENDERSON, N.C.) 
ROSES TO BUY VANCE BUILDING 

BURKE COUNTY, N.C. ,^„ 

SHERIFF CANDIDATE CHARGED r^c.^ 

POISONER, 86, FINDS N.C. FAIL JUST FINE - AND CHEAP 
BURKE PLANT HALTING WORK 
19 ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

BURKF-PARS0NS-90WLBY CORP. (LELANDI ,„,.,- 

STATE FINES WILMINGTON FIRM 110,000 FOR SPILLS 

BURLINGTON, N.C. 

SEE ALSO MISS BURLINGTON PAGEANT 

SEE ALSO SPRING FLING ,,„ 

2N0 OUTLET MALL TO OPEN IN BURLINGTON 

LAOIES MAN? JUST CALL HIM 'ROiOT REOFORD' 

BURLINGTON'S OUTLET FEVER SPRF AOS ACROSS STATE ,,,,cr, man 

BURLINGTON POLICE REPORT BULLET FIRED AT 'FLAK' JACKET KILLED. ..MAN 

BURLINGTON RATES HIGH AS MINO<-LEA&UE SITE 

UNITED WAY DRIVE TO OPEN 

•GROOVIN' IN THE PARK' SLATED 

MISSION TO OPEN IN BURLINGTON 

RESCUF MISSION TO BUY HOUSE II BURLINGTON 

CAROLINA LEAGUE EYES BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON, N.C, BUDGET 

SFE ALSO BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, BUDGET 
BURLINGTON COUNCIL APPROVES BUDGET 

BURLINGTON, N.C BUSINESSES ^ „„„^.,t 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
BURLINGTON SLATES HEARING ON SHOPPING CENTER PLAN 

BURLINGTON, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION ,,,„., 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, CABLE TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO CABLEVISION OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL TO TACKLE CABLE TV ISSUE 

BURLINGTON, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 

BURLINGTON PARADE ENTRIES ACCEPTED 

BURLINGTON, N.C, HAZARDOUS WASTES DISPOSAL 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL AND STORAGE 
ALAMANCE TO STOP WORK ON ORDINANCE 

BURLINGTON, N.C, HISTORY 

HISTORY OF BURLINGTON GOVERNED BY 'SHOPS' 

BURLINGTON, N.C, HOUSING 

BURLINGTON RECEIVES BLOCK GRANT 

BURLINGTON, V.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELTPMENT 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
SFE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, BUSTIESSES ,_, 

ALAMANCE PANEL SEEKS IDEAS ON MEETING ECONOMIC NEEDS 
BURLINGTON COUNCIL MULLS WAYS TO ATTRACT INDUSTRY 
BSR90UR URGES BURLINGTON TO G^ T ITS OWN DEVELOPER ..,„,.,,„„ 
BURLINGTON ASKED TO CHANGE ASSESSMENT TO DRAW A NEW INDUSTRY 

"""^'SSJE?NG?O&"0L??r?3'RioUIRE PERMITS FOR BURGLAR ALAR-S 

""■"•'SlJS^SG^'iNE 'Acini, REJECTED IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON, N.C, WATER AND SEWER PROPOSAL 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, WATER ANO SEWER LINES 

^a^tiNS^S^J ^A?I^^8'Vo'?H?S^iMs?irMENT TO DRAW A NEW INDUSTRY 
BURLINGTON CHANGES ASSESSMENT POLICIES 

BURLINGTON AIRPORT 

SEE BURLINGTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 

BURLINGTON ANTIQUES FAIR 
SEE ALSO ANTIQUE SHOWS 

ANTIOUES FAIR IS mjrcH 26-29 
BURLINGTON ANTIOUES FAIR BEGINS TODAY 

BURLINGTON CHRISTMAS PARADE „.„.„, 

SEE BURLINGTON, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 

'""^'^SJgU'JU^VK'cibASE REJECTED IN BURLINGTON 



1/17/92 

2/29/92 

3/15/82 

5/2B/92 

5/19/82 

6/30/92 

7/28/82 

9/0''/e2 

10/13/02 

10/22/92 

10/25/82 

12/12/82 



2 8/15/92 A 4 
2 9/05/82 C 7 
2 12/16/82 A 19 



H 2 


3/22/82 


A 


1 1 


N 




S 2 

H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


2/25/82 
4/10/92 
9/0<./B2 
9/23/82 


A 
A 
A 

C 


10 

1 

5 

15 


N 
N 
N 
N 




H 2 


2/20/82 


A 


10 


N 




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


1/30/82 

2/26/82 

3/01/82 

7/15/92 

a/01/B2 

9/0<i/82 

9/04/82 

11/03/82 

11/03/82 

11/14/82 


3 
B 
B 
8 
B 
B 
B 
A 
A 
B 


14 

8 

11 


P N 
P F 
F 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


H60 

H60 

M71 
M71 



H 1 6/16/92 9 1 N 

H 1 11/13/92 C 1 N 

H 1 7/15/82 B 1 N 

H 1 10/26/82 B 1 N 

H 1 12/21/82 B 1 N 

H 2 4/25/92 D 3 P R H45 

H 1 7/09/82 E 1 N 



H 1 6/12/92 B 1 N 

H 1 9/22/82 8 1 N 

H 1 10/06/82 B 1 N 

H 1 12/08/82 6 1 N 



H 1 7/22/82 B 1 N 
H 1 4/21/P2 C I N 



H 1 6/16/92 B 1 
H 1 12/08/B2 B 1 
H 1 12/11/82 B I 



2 3/22/92 A 6 N H60 
1 3/26/82 B 1 N H60 



1 4/21/82 C 1 



M0NTHLY/«NNU4L 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



PUNS FOR SOFTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BURLINGTON OK'O 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL TO TACKLE CABLE TV ISSUE 

BURLINGTON SETS HEARING ON OUTOOOR ADVERTISING 

FIRE STATION NEGOTIATIONS COLLAPSE 

BURLINGTON OKS SIGN FOR OUTLET CENTER 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL "<ULLS WAYS TO ATTRACT INDUSTRY 

BARBOUR URGES BURLINGTON TO G; T ITS OWN DEVELOPER 

BURLINGTON OKS FAIRCHILO STADIU" LEASE „..,,„„ 

BURLINGTON ASKED TO CHANGE ASSESSMENT TO DRAW A NEW INDUSTRY 

BURLINGTON CHANGES ASSESSMENT POLICIES 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCILt BUDGET 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTONt N.C.. BUDGET 
BURLINGTON COUNCIL APPROVES BUDGET 

BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOLS „ „„„^, 

ALAMANCE APPROVES REPAIR OF BJRLINGTON SCHOOL ROOFS 
SCHOOL AUDITORIUM RENOVATION EYED 

nURLINGTON CCAT FACTORY 

SUIT ACCUSES CHAIN OF PRESSURING MANUFACTURERS 
BELK'S OFFICIALS DENY PRESSURE ALLEGATIONS 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES , „ „ ,,-r 

CONE MILLS AND BI BOOST PAY FDR HOURLY EMPLOYEES 
N.C. COURT RULES AGAINST TEXTILE WORKER 
STUDY BEGINS ON COTTON-OUST EFFECTS 
FIRE DAMAGES PLANT EQUIPMENT 
at TO MODERNIZE ASHEVILLE PLANT 

TEXTILE FIRM LEAVES NATIONAL GROUP ,„,^ 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES QUITS U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
BI TO SHUT DOWN TWO PLANTS 
FIELDCREST TO LAY OFF 160 

LAYOFFS. PAY FREEZES HIT SOME TEXTILE WORKERS 
BURLINGTON IND. SELLING DURHA-1 PLANT 
BI PLACED ON -CREDIT WATCH- LIST 
SOME FIRMS HAVE COUNSELING SERVICES 
BI HAILS MEAD CORP. SETTLEMENT 

OFFICIALS INVESTIGATE FISH KILL IN ELLERBEE CREEK 
FINANCIAL REPORTING SERVICE LOWERS BI'S CREDIT RATING 
TEXTILES: TOUCHING OUR LIVES TOTALLY 
COMPANY WILL PAY TO RE-STOCK SLLERBEE 
THREE TEXTILE FIR»S TOLD TO PAY AWARD 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES. SALES AND EARNINGS , ^ ^„„ , ,^„ 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES REPORTS SALES UP SLIGHTLY FOR QUARTER 
31 SAYS SALES. EARNINGS LOWER 
BI'S SALES. EARNINGS ARE DOWN 

nuPLINGTON JAyCEES 

ELON COLLEGE MAYOR HONORED 

BURLINGTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO PURLINGTDN/ALAMANCE COJNTY AIRPORT AUTHORITY 
BURLINGTON AIRPORT FACT-FINDING TEAM GETS CHAIRMAN 

BURLINGTON OLOTIME JAMBOREE . , 

OLO-TIME JAMBOREE SET AUGUST 1 <. IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON OUTLET pARK 

2ND OUTLET MALL TO OPEN IN BURLINGTON 
BURLINGTON BECOMES RETAIL OUTLET MgcCA 
BURLINGTON SETS HEARING ON OUTDOOR ADVERTISING 
BURLINGTON OKS SIGN FOR OUTLET CENTER 

BURLINGTON POLICE DEPT. 

BURLINGTON POLICE TO REQUIRE "ERMITS FOR BURGLAR ALARMS 
OFFICER OF YEAR NAMED 

BURLINGTON POLICE TO TEST 'STUN GUN- 
BURLINGTON POLICE PLANNING TO REFURBISH PATROL CARS 

BURLINGTON RECREATION COMMISSION 
SUMMER DAY CAMP OFFERED 
BASEBALL CLINIC TO BE HELD 
FINE ARTS CAMP TO BE HELD 
WOLFF SMELLS SUCCESS IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON SHRINE CLUB 

FISH FRY TO BE HELD TODAY 

BURLINGTON TIMES-NEWS (NEWSPAPERSI 
SEE DAILY TIMES-NEWS (NEWSPAPERI 

BURLINGTON TOWN COUNCIL 

SEE 6URLINGT0N CITY COUNCIL 

BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY AIRPORT AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 
ALAMANCE BOARD APPROVES CONTRACT 

BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

STARS: REAGAN MAY SEE FILM OF ALAMANCE VOLUNTEERS 

INDUSTRIAL TOUR SCHEDULED 

ALAMANCE CHAMBER ASKS PRIORITIES FOR COMING YEAR 

BURLINGTON/ ALAMANCE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM 
SEE ALAMANCE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 

BURLINGTON/GRAHA" ALCOHOLIC BEVERASE CONTROL BOARD 
SEE ALSO ABC STORES 

HAW RIVER VOTES TODAY ON OPENING ABC STORE 

BURLINGTON/GRAHAM BROADCASTING CO. 
ALAMANCE RADIO STATIONS SOLD 

BURN CENTER. N.C. JAYCEES 
SEE ALSO N.C. JAYCEES 
BURN CENTER GETS GIFT 

JAMSCAM: AFTER 18 MONTHS. THE CASES HAVE YET TO COME TO TRIAL 
JAYCEFS' MEMBERSHIP DOWN 
BURNED CHILDREN INVITED TO CA'«P 
ELASTIC GARMENT HELPS BURNS 11 HEAL 
3 FORMER JAYCEES TO BE TRIED 

BURN VICTIMS 

FOUR INJURED IN EXPLOSION. FHE IN ASHEVILLE WAREHOUSE 

BURNED MAN REPORTED CRITICAL BUT STABLE 

ROXBOflO MAN BADLY BURNED 

FIVE BROTHERS SEVERELY BURNED IN GASTONIA HOUSE FIRE 

BURN VICTIMS ARE TAKEN OFF CRITICAL LIST 

BURNED BODY FOUND IN VAN 

TRUCK DRIVER BURNED IN ACCIDENT DIES ^ ^„ 

PROBE CONTINUES INTO DEATH OF MAN FOUND NEAR BUTNER 

HAN FOUND IN BURNED VAN DIED AS RESULT OF FIRE, SAYS EXAMINER 

VAN FIRF CAUSED MAN'S DEATH 

VICTIM IDENTIFIED 



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^ 




1 


Y 




P D DATE 


L 


PC 


L 


P 


9YL 


H I 5/19/92 


B 






N 




H 1 7/l';/B2 


B 






N 




H 1 3/D<./B2 


R 






N 




H I 8/18/82 


B 






N 




H 1 9/D9/82 


H 






N 




H 1 9/22/n2 


H 






N 




H I 10/06/82 


H 






N 




H 1 10/20/82 


B 






N 




H 1 12/08/82 


H 






N 




H 1 12/11/82 


b 






N 





H 1 6/16/82 B 



1 8/17/82 C 1 
1 12/11/82 B 1 



H 2 12/29/82 A 12 N 
S 2 12/29/82 A 7 N 



H ? 


10/02/82 


A 


1 


N 


H ? 


1/14/82 


a 


4 


N 


H 2 


3/23/82 


A 


H) 


N 


H 2 


5/26/92 


( 


1 <• 


N 


H 2 


6/2'./82 


A 


Ih 


N 


S ? 


7/D2/B2 


A 


6 


N 


H 2 


7/03/92 


A 


^ 


N 


H 2 


7/16/82 


A 






H 7 


7/17/82 


A 


5 


N 


H I 


7/17/82 


B 


I 


N 


H 2 


7/28/82 


n 






H 2 


8/12/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 7 


8/22/92 


A 


19 


N 


H ? 


9/09/62 


H 


6 


N 


S ? 


9/22/82 


A 


I 


N K90 


H 2 


9/29/82 


A 


8 


N 


S 2 


10/20/82 


A 


6 P A 


S 2 


10'27/82 


B 


I 


N K90 


H 2 


12/23/92 


B 


2 


N 


H ? 


1/22/82 


B 


6 


N 


H 7 


4/23/92 


1. 


111 


N 


H 2 


7/23/82 


A 


1 1 


N 



H 1 1/21/82 B 1 



2/19/82 B 1 



1 7/23/82 



1/30/82 B 

2/02/82 A 

8/04/82 B 

9/09/82 a 



H 1 7/22/82 B I 

H 1 10/14/82 B 1 

H 2 10/15/82 A 5 

H 1 12/04/82 C 1 



5/28/82 B 

5/28/82 3 

6/09/92 B 

10/24/92 a 



H 1 10/01/82 B 1 



H 1 2/02/82 



H I 3/12/92 B 1 
H I 11/16/82 B 1 
H 1 12/14/62 a 1 



H 1 1/19/82 3 1 N 
H 2 6/16/92 A 9 N 



s 


7 


2/02/82 


A 


7 


N 




-t 


2 


3/26/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 


7 


5/22/82 


A 


5 


N 




^ 


7 


10/03/92 


( 


7 


N 




H 


7 


11/28/62 


I, 


3 


N 




H 


2 


12/04/82 


A 


i 


N 




s 


7 


/a6/82 


C 


12 ° N 




H 
H 


1 
1 


1/13/82 
1/13/62 


h 


1 
1 


N 

N 




H 


7 


1/15/82 


A 


1 3 


N 




H 


7 


1/22/92 


B 


6 


N 




H 


^ 


2/25/82 


A 


74 


N 






7 


2/25/B2 


w 


7 


N 




s 


' 


2/25/92 


A 


1 


N 


U6' 


H 


7 


2/26/92 


B 


1 


N 


A54 


S 


7 


2/26/82 


(. 


1 


N 




s 


2 


2/27/82 


A 


1 


N 





M0NTHLy/4NNU4L 

l/Cl/82 - 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



S4KDUST FIRE BEING PROBED 

^ INJURED IN BLAST AT N.C» PLANT 

CRAI>J TOEATEQ AT VA FOR BURNS 

MAN BURNED AT PLANT DIES 

DURHAM "AN GETS LEG BURNS IN VAN FIRE 

CREW'S BURNS ARF BLAMED ON CHEMICAL 

WOMAN FOUND SET AFLAME 

BODY IS FOUND IN BURNED STORE 

CHARLOTTE MERCHANT WAS SHOT TMROUGH HEART. REPORT SHOWS 

CAUSTIC SODA PURN5 WOMAN 

LASER BURNS MAN 

MAN SERIOUSLY BURNED 

ELASTIC GARMENT HELPS BURNS TT MEAL 

BURNING PERMITS 

SEE ALSO FIRES. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO FIRES. DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO FOREST FIRES 

COLVILLE LIFTS BURNING BAN 

OPEN BURNING BANNED AGAIN 

BURNING BAN LIFTED 

BURNING BAN LIFTED IN EASTERN N.C. 

BURROUGHS CORP. 

ELECTRONICS FIRM GETS tAO.OOO FROM BURROUGHS 
DUKE WINS <. JUDGMENTS 

OURROUGHS WELLCOME 
BURROUGHS WELL 
BURROUGHS WELL 
FITTING AWARD 
BURROUGHT WELL 
FIVE DURHAM 
5 TRIANGLE BUS 
BURROUGHS MAKE 
BURROUGHS WELL 
FDA APPROVES 
DURHAM COMPANY 
PRODUCTS AND P 
NEW DRUGS CAN 
BURROUGHS WELL 
BURROUGHS WELL 
MANUFACTURERS 
SMALL BUSINESS 
DRUG'S INGR5DI 
STAFF CHANGES 
TWO IN RTP PRO 
BURROUGHS WELL 
BURROUGHS PROM 
RYP FIRMS PLEOi 
FOA ASKED TO » 
BURROUGHS EYES 
SHOOTINGS P»OM 
FOA OKS INTRAV 
TAMPEP-PESISTA 
BURROUGHS WELL 
NEW PACKAGING 
FITNESS AND HE 



COME WINS GOVERNOR'S FITNESS AWARD 
COME WINS AWARD 



COME APP 
RANGE FI 
INESSES 
S PRQMOT 
COME MAK 
ERPES OR 

S HERPE 
RESENCE 
AID MENT 
COME OEN 
COME "" 
DEFEND V 
ES TOPIC 
ENTS ARE 
ANNOUNCE 
NOTED 
COME PRO 
OTES <i 
GE CENTE 
PPROVE 

CHANGIN 
PT n^E F 
ENOUS HE 
NT PACKA 
COME PRO 
LOOMS 
ALTH AWA 



OINTS 3 

RMS NOMINATED FOR ARTS AWARDS 

NOMINATED FOR AWARDS 

IONS 

ES GRANT TO NCSU 

UG OEvaOPED AT RTP 

S DRUG DK'D 

AL DEPRESSION 

lES DIET-PILL REPORTS 

ES CHANGES 

RUG USE3 TO TREAT ALLERGIES. COLD 

OF WORKSHOPS 

EFFECTI VE 
D 

MOTES TWO IN RTP 

R USE. SUPPORT 

RUG 

G MARKET FQR DRUGS 

IRM TO EXAMINE ITS SECURITY 

RPES ORJG 

GE WORK GOES ON AT RTP FIRM 

DUCTS RIDE INTO SPACE 

RD APPLICATIONS DUE 



BURROUGHS WELLCOME. SCHOLARSHIPS 
DANCE RECIPIENTS NAMED 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME FUND 

SEE ALS" DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. WELLCOME CLINICAL PROFESSORSHIPS 
NCCU PLANS LECTURE SERIES IN PSYCHOLOGY 
RTP COMPANY GRANTS S1.3 MILLION 
wFLLCOME FUND ENDOWS PROFESSORSHIP 
HOSPITAL GETS DOCTOR'S PORTRAIT 
HITChINGS. HORTON. gumming to RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES 

BURTON SCHOOL 

DUKE STUDENTS TUTOR 

BURWELL SCHOOL 

BURWELL OPEN HOUSE FEATURES OLD VASES 
TRADITIONAL GREENERY 

BUS DRIVERS 

SEE ACCIDENTS. RUSES 
SEE DURHAM. N.C. BUSES 
SEE SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 
SEE TRAILWAYS 3US 

"US FARES 

SEE ALSO Durham, n.c. buses 

DURHAM. CHAPEL HILL BUS FARES AMONG N. 
DURHAM PUS FARE TO BE CUT IN HALF ON ' 
'QUARTER DAY' GAINS SUPPORT 
BUS RIDES COST 25 CENTS TODAY 
REDUCED BUS FARES WORTH ANOTHER TRY 
RIDERSHIP RISES 6 PERCENT ON :)AY 
BUS SYSTEM ISN'T A SOCIAL SERVICE 
BUS LINE WANTS TO INCREASE FAJES 
PLANNER: BUS =ARES CARRY HEAVIER LOAD 
HEARINGS RESUME ON NIGHT BUS SERVICE 
3 BUS FIRMS SEEK RATE HIKES 



C.'S LOWEST 
QUARTER DAY' 



BUS S 
SE 
SE 

BUS S 
SE 

BUS S 
SE 



AFETY 

E ACCIDENTS. BUSES 

E ACCIDENTS. SCHOOL BUSES 

CHEDULES 

E DURHAM. N.C. 



HELTE»S 

E ALSO DURHAM. N.C. 

BUS SHELTERS DIRTY 



BUS SCHEDULES 
BUSES 



BUS S 
SE 



TATION 

E DURHAM UNION BUS STATION 



BUSES 
SE 
SE 



H GARDENS 
PFRFORMFRS AUDITION AT UNC F0» BU5CH GARDENS RECRUITERS 

. DURHAM 

E BUS SHELTERS 

E DURHAM. N.C, BUSES 

BUSES. N.C. ICITY BUSES 1 

DURHAM BUSES RANK LOWEST IN LOSSES PER PASSENGER 

DURHAM ATOP BUS LIST 

CITY BUS SYSTEM EFFICIENCY SAID TOPS IN N.C 

BUSES MAKE THE BEST OF A BAD SITUATION 

GUNMAN MAY HAVE TRIED TO GET POLICE TO KILL HIM 

BUSH MEDIA WORKSHOP ON CHILDREN AND FAMILIES 



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E 


L 


Y 




P 


DATE 


C 


PG L 


P 6YL 




H 2 


3/10/82 


A 


lA 


N 




H 2 


<./16/82 


c 


7 


N 




S 2 


5/10/92 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


5/21/82 


A 


10 


N 




S 2 


7/06/82 


a 


7 


N 




H 2 


7/11/82 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


7/13/82 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


9/01/82 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


9/03/82 


C 


8 


N 




S 2 


10/09/82 


c 


f> 


N 




H 2 


10/11/82 


A 


10 


N 




H 1 


11/12/92 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


11/28/82 


c 


3 


N 





S 2 <./09/92 C 1 

5 2 './13/82 C 1 

S 2 "./It/Ba C 1 

S 2 <./20/82 A 2 



H 2 


9/23/82 


A 






N 




S 2 


9/23/82 


A 


14 




N 




H 2 


1/20/82 


B 




P 


N 




S 2 


1/20/82 


C 






N 


583 


H 2 


l/2A/»2 


D 






E 




S 2 


2/20/32 


A 






N 




H 2 


3/06/82 


C 






N 


W66 


S 2 


3/08/82 


A 






N 




S 2 


3/13/82 


A 




P 


N 




S 2 


3/29/82 


A 






N 




S 2 


3/30/82 


A 






N 




H 2 


3/31/82 


A 






N 




S 2 


'./01/82 


A 






c 




S 2 


4/l<./82 


c 






U 




S 2 


4/16/82 


A 






N 




S 2 


4/24/82 


A 




P 


N 




H 2 


4/28/82 


B 






N 




S 2 


5/08/82 


A 




p 


N 




H 2 


5/12/82 


A 






L 




S 2 


5/15/82 


A 




p 


N 




S 2 


5/22/92 


A 







N 




S 2 


5/29/82 


A 




p 


N 




S 2 


6/19/92 


A 




P 


N 




S 2 


6/21/92 


A 






N 


K90 


H 2 


8/25/82 


A 






N 




H 2 


8/29/92 


D 


10 




F 


L41 


H 2 


9/12/82 


C 






N 


A54 


S 2 


10/27/82 


3 






N 


EOS 


S 2 


11/08/82 


A 






N 


S83 


H 2 


U/13/82 


C 






N 


B30 


S 2 


11/13/92 


C 






N 


M23 


S 2 


11/22/82 


A 






N 





S 2 7/24/82 A 3 P N 371 



H 2 1/24/82 A 16 

S 2 3/01/82 A 5 

H 2 3/03/82 A 15 

H 2 4/11/82 C 3 

H 2 4/25/82 A 9 



S 2 10/08/82 A 10 P P M66 



6/22/82 
12/03/82 



2 P P C56 



s 


7 


1/13/82 


A 


1 


N 


M23 


s 


7 


4/07/82 


B 


1 


N 


K90 


s 




4/08/82 


C 


1 


N 




H 




4/09/82 


A 


1 6 


N 




s 


? 


4/12/82 


A 


4 


F 




s 


7 


4/13/92 


( 


1 


N 


K90 


H 


? 


4/24/82 


A 


4 


1 




H 


1 


4/30/82 


1- 


1 


N 




H 


7 


5/06/82 


H 


1 


N 


r,5 3 


s 


2 


5/06/92 


1 


1 


N 


K90 


H 


2 


9/29/82 


A 


8 


N 





H 2 12/09/82 A 



H 2 2/14/82 C 5 P N 



H 2 3/30/82 B 1 N W36 

H 2 7/02/82 A 12 N 

S 2 7/02/°2 A 1 N K9n 

S 2 7/05/92 A 4 F 

H 2 9/21/82 A 10 N 



MONTHLY/* 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



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SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL BUSH INSTITUTE 

CHILD ABUSE - PEDIATRICIAN SEES LINK WITH UNEMPLOYMENT 

PANELISTS URGE ALTERNATIVES D KEEPING WOMEN IN PRISON 

PANEL TOLO IMPROVEMENTS NEEOE:) IN TREATMENT OF DISTURBED CHILDREN 

GUILT TROUBLES KIDS OF JAILED MOTHERS 

EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED CHILDRES: SERVICES ARE 'WOEFULLY INADEOUATE' 

JOBLESSNESS SPAWNS ABUSE 

SUSHBABIES 

LIFE AMONG THE BUSHBABIES: KAY UZARD TENDS A COLONY OF 135 

•BUSINESS EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS EXECUTIVES 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUOUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO MANAGERIAL TRAINING 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

SCHOOL TEACHES STUDENTS ABOUT BUSINESS WORLD 

BUSINESS (?1 AUTHOR VISITS TRIANGLE AREA 

MANAGEMENT COURSES SET BY N.C. STATE 

26 STUDENTS WORK, LEARN IN PROGRAM 

WEEKEND MBA TUITION BACKED 

■BUSINESS EXECUTIVES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO SCORE (SERVICE CORPS OF RETIRED BUSINESS EXECUTIVES! 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, BUSINESSES 

THE GOOD WORD GETS OUT 

GROUP FOR UNEMPLOYED FORMS 

REPORTER'S FEATURE IS 'EXCELLENT WORK* 

WHITE COLLAR WORKERS SINGING THE BLUES 

BUSINESS EXECUTIVES, EXECUTIVE SEA'CH FIRMS 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES 

SFE ALSO NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SEARCH OF THE CAROLINAS 
JOB-HUNTING FIR" AGREES TO REFUND »3<.,000 TO CLIENTS 

BUSINESS EXECUTIVES, SALARIES 
SEE ALSO SALARIES, U.S. 

PHONES RING OVER CPCL PAY HIKES 

SIX-DIGIT SALARIES 

SHARING THE SALARIES 

CPCL EXECUTIVE SALARIES HAVE LAGGED 

MEMBERS OF UTILITIES PANEL CRITICIZE CPCL PAY RAISES 

A SYSTEM OF SELF-INTEREST 

CPCL EXECUTIVE GETS PAY RAISE 

CHAIRMAN'S RAISE WON'T BE PART OF RATE REQUEST, CPCL SAYS 

BUSINESS INDEX, N.C. 

BUSINESS ACTIVITY IN N.C. DECLINES SLIGHTLY IN NOV. 

INDEX SHOWS N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY DOWN IN NOVEMBER 

N.C. BUSINESS INDEX DECLINES IN NOVEMBER 

MODEST N.C. BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT SEEN 

N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY DIPPED IN DECEMBER 

CUTBACKS PUSH DOWN BUSINESS IMDEX IN N.C. 

WACHOVIA INDEX SHOWS N.C. BUSINESS INCREASES 

N.C. BUSINESS INDEX SCOOTS UP IN FEBRUARY 

N.C. BUSINESS INDEX MOVES UP IN MARCH 

N.C. BUSINESS INDEX REMAINS FLAT IN APRIL 

N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY STABLE 

BANK INDEX TAKES MODERATE DIP 

N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY SAID 03HN IN JULY 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX IS UNVEILED 

INDEX SAYS N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY UP O.Tt IN AUGUST 

ENCOURAGING HINT 

BUSINESS LOANS 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 

BUSINESS LOAN DEMAND DROPS 

BUSINESS SCHOOLS 

SEE BUSINESS EDUCATION 

BUSINESSES, BLACK-OWNED 

SEE BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, SMALL 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, SALES 

SEE ALSO CLERKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUOUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, INNER-CITY BUSINESS PARK 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CHAIN 

SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY 

SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

SFE ALSO PRIVATE SECTOR INITIATIVE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO RETAIL SALES 

SEE ALSO RETAIL SALES. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AOMIN. BUREAU OF BUS. 

DURHAM BUSINESS, INDUSTRY GROJ TH FORECAST FOR l<'82 

INDEX SHOWS N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY DOWN IN NOVEMBER 

SALES TAX CHARGED ON EXEMPT ITEMS 

N.C. BUILDING CONTRACTS DOWN IN NOVEMBER 

DIRECTORY LISTS TRIANGLE BUSI^IESSES 

NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CONTRACTS UP IN NOVEMBER 

N.C. BUSINESS INDEX DECLINES IN NOVEMBER 

16 BLUE CROSS EMPLOYEES GET NEW JOBS IN REORGANIZATION 

SNOW BUSINESS: SLEDS, SHOVELS KEEP SOME MERCHANTS BUSY 

SHOPPING HABITS REFLECT WEATHER 

BUSINESS LEADERS HOPEFUL ABOUT OUTLOOK IN TRIANGLE 

N.C. SINGLE-FAMILY HOME PERMITS DROP 

IRS OFFERS TAX HELP AT ITS DURHAM OFFICE 

DURHAM INSURANCE DIVISION WINS AWARD 

WEATHER SLOWS STORE SALES 

DELOATCH RE-ELECTED TO HEAD HOME SAVINGS 

BUYER KEEPS NAME OF TRIANGLE AVIATION FIRM 

riOLLOWAY GETS NEW TITLE WITH FEDERAL RESERVE BANK 

DUKE POWER, LCM ASKED FOR FUEL AID 

STATISTICS ON HEALTH SERVICES IN DURHAM 

MEDICINE ENHANCING DURHAM'S I"AGE 

MUTUAL SCL REPORTS PROFITS AD3E0 TO RESERVES 

NORTHERN TELECOM LEASES SPACE IN UDI 

CARLQUIST IS INSURANCE FIRM'S NEW DURHAM AGENT 

GRANT LINKS FIRMS, SCHOOLS 

N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY DIPPED IN DECEMBER 

CUTBACKS PUSH DOWN BUSINESS MDEX IN N.C. 

CABLE SYSTEM SHOWS GROWTH 

HUNT NAMES STEWART TO COLLEGE FOUNDATION 

RISE IN UNEMPLOYMENT PREDICTE3 IN TRIANGLE 

CRONIN JOINS INVESTMENT FIRM 

FOUR GRADUATE FROM UNC EXECUTIVE PROGRAM 

GROUP IN GREENSBORO ORGANIZES NEW BANK 

THREE VICE PRESIDENTS NAMED 



S 
E 
C PG 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



H 


? 


3/2<i/B2 


B 


H 


7 


3/2<>/62 


A 


H 


7 


4/11/82 


A 


S 


7 


'i/2'?/B2 


A 


s 


7 


5/11/82 


h 


s 




5/13/82 


A 



H 2 9/26/82 E 1 P F B30 



s 


? 


8/19/82 


A 


8 


N 




H 


7 


a/29/82 


1) 


9 


N 




H 


7 


8/29/82 


1) 


in 


N 




H 


7 


9/18/82 


A 


7 


N 




H 


2 


11/06/82 


B 


I 


N 


Bjy 



S 2 1/23/82 A 4 

S 2 2/12/82 B 1 

S 2 2/17/82 A 4 

H 2 8/02/62 A 10 



H 2 6/18/62 A 15 



E 

F A15 



H 


? 


"r/l /92 


A 


13 


N 


H 


7 


<./2 /92 


A 


4 


F 


S 


7 


4/2 /82 


A 


4 


F 


H 


7 


4/2: /82 


A 


4 


1 


H 


7 


5/14/52 


1 


5 


N 


H 


7 


5/17/62 


A 


4 


1 


S 


? 


6/09/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


6/17/82 


C 


14 


N 


H 


7 


/01/82 


B 


6 


N 


S 


7 


/02/82 


A 


20 " 


N 


H 


7 


/10/82 


A 


14 


N 


H 


/ 


12/01/82 


A 


12 


N 


S 


f 


2/06/82 


A 


2 P 


N 


H 


? 


2/07/82 


n 


9 C 


N 


s 


? 


4/01/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 


7 


4/04/62 


11 


10 C 


N 


H 


? 


5/02/82 


(■ 


2 


N 


H 


7 


5/30/82 


D 


12 


N 


H 


? 


7/01/62 


( 


24 


N 


H 


7 


7/31/92 


A 


5 


N 


H 


7 


9/D2/82 


H 


3 


N 


H 


7 


9/12/82 


1) 


10 C 


N 


H 


7 


10/31/32 


B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


12/06/82 


A 


4 


t 



S 2 3/15/62 B 1 



SERVICES 












S 2 


1/01/82 


A 


1 




N 


S83 


S 2 


1/02/82 


A 


20 


P 


N 




H 2 


1/03/82 


A 


1 




N 


G5 3 


S 2 


1/04/82 


A 


5 




N 




H 2 


1/06/82 


B 


5 




N 


F78 


S 2 


1/09/82 


A 


20 


P 


N 




H 2 


1/10/62 


A 


14 




N 




S 2 


1/11/82 


A 


5 




N 




H 2 


1/14/82 


B 


1 


P 


N 


F7a 


S 2 


1/15/82 


C 


1 




N 


S83 


S 2 


1/16/82 


A 


1 




N 


S83 


S 2 


1/16/62 


A 


20 


p 


N 




H 2 


1/17/82 


D 


10 




N 






1/18/62 


A 


7 




N 




S 2 


1/21/52 


c 


1 




N 


S83 


S 2 


/23/62 


A 


20 


P 


N 




H 2 


/24/62 





9 




N 




S 2 


1/25/82 


A 


5 




N 




H 2 


1/28/82 


A 


10 




N 


S51 


H 2 


1/29/82 


A 


1 




F 




H 2 


1/29/32 


A 


1 


D 


F 


W24 


S 2 


1/30/82 


A 


2 


P 


N 




H 2 


1/31/92 





10 


P 


N 




S 2 


2/01/82 


A 


3 




N 




S 2 


2/02/82 


B 


I 




N 


DOS 


S 2 


2/06/82 


A 


2 


P 


N 




H 2 


2/07/82 


D 


9 


C 


N 




S 2 


2/08/82 


A 


5 




N 




S 2 


2/13/32 


A 


2 


P 


N 




H 2 


2/14/82 


D 


10 




N 




S 2 


2/15/82 


A 


5 




N 




S 2 


2/20/82 


A 


2 


P 


N 




H 2 


2/21/82 


D 


10 




N 




H 2 


2/21/82 


D 


11 




N 





MONTHLY/ANNIUHL 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/92 



SUBJECTS 



"AGE 80 
1/07/83 



OURHA" LIFE INSURANCE PROMOTES HF^IH. UHCaT 

•JEANS t THIMGS- TO HOLD GRAN3 "pENING 

TV SCREEN BANKING PLANNED FOR FLOR IDA 

RTP COMPANY GRANTS 11.3 SlLCl^N 

n^i^Ufk^ BUILDING CONTRACTS OOMN IN JANUARY 

giipi^E'HiitfSY'''' '" ^"^ ^"IA^-^Le" A^'eT'" 

T«L^"°oSf^E"?'SlL\'^^a^?N"^;^,?';lF^'°^ 

e" °A~ ,'?i""«-'^'^-"^'"Bl g S IS - —STATE GROUP 

i^bSI,^^i?i^J^^?^^£ i;;p S^^esli^fcNSIB.LITY 

A"\'5V?L^^^c85R^^HY^^^^""''^^°»'""f^ 
BURROUGHS «ELLCOME MAKES GRANT Tr, NCSU 
PANEL STUDIES CONTRACTING S0«= CITY JORK 
NONRESIDENTIAL CONTRACTS ROSE IN FEBrSaRY 
N.C. BUSINESS INDEX SCOOTS UP IN fIrriiarv 
?V?"dr INSURANCE MAN WINS SaLfs. sliSlCE AWARD 

Nc^B''rof^s'^i:;¥?E^ArT?trEi^5!^ir^ 'd u 

V,r.Tl/dl'l'nllo'.'.''' ''' Sf?iN\%t?°V?AEFIC RECORDS 

'^'I!LkS"5l^=IS 'S SUBJECT OF -ROAST- 

N ?'"!Rt,'^5, ^JSt^t^" DIVISION P3STS 

N.C. "UTUAL SEEKING START IN ■ QW-PDWER Tu 

HEALTH COMPANY FILLS TOP JOSS 

LLOYD IS BANKING OFFICER 

NCNB GETS OK AS COMMISSION MERCHANT 

?0?TH CAROLINA DRAWS B I G FOR EI GN I N VE S TME NT 

TRIANGLE HAS LOWEST JOBLESS RA T^ IN E.f 

BLUE CROSS INDUCTS U INTO 25-YEAR CLUB 

cs^MPA^v^is^ii "'°'' "ovEsv'irsjRc';!"^ 

NORTHGATE NAMES DIRECTOR 
HAMBLEN NAMED ASSISTANT CASHI=R 

^F^^i.?'^IJ:'i|SLSJ°''"= '^<' WOR< SHOPS 

5|*'"5t, I^'-'^'^"°'*E MAKES MANAG=MENT CHANGES 

FOUR RECEIVE MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATES 

KENAN REVENUES DOWN. PROFITS JP 

S^i^^J^PySTRIES EARNINGS ARE UP 

HOME AGENCY PROMOTES 3 

^^.'^^^t^JO" ATTENDS CONFERENCE 

SALE OF FULL-SI2ED CARS INCREASES IN DURHAM 

BANK FAIR WILL PROV I OE CONSUME R TIPS ""''""' 

NORTH CAROLINA RANKED HI GH AS S I TE FOR NEW FACTORTF.: 
SlilSret)?? C'SS^P^A^J"" '" ="^E ^"SI^E?? ?!h"oSl"'°^'" 

n RECEIVE JOURNEYMAN C^RT IF I" ATE S 

^ifs.^'JSINESS INDEX REMAINS FL AT IN APRIL 

yj??.^? ?^J=E PROMOTED IN DUKE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

TRIANGLE COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCnON INCREASES 

?^ fn^?;jt''^'' ^"'D '" DURHAM TO CLOSE 

3 COUNTIES CLASSIFIED AS L A3O0 SlIR PI MS «oc»<: 

DuSri'llF? °??2?J,:i,'^"'" PLANNED In'^SSrhIm"" ' 

RV«^,"'^'^'- SCHEDULE: NO auiLOING PHR "ynu 

R'l?llL^S'S^jp5'y§M",V?,ri^° m';^ cTI 

?M^^»'^v'!siyin"r'^'^ ptE^l'c^TErF^g^SRS^S'" 

«v?;^jRS"|J%5^?i^^sr5F^?iJ?i 5^?y?i -'^" o^^'-'SM 

J°i;ngle gets new phone SERVI'E 

T«'Lli;s'«E'^?,'^^'!P!,£?? V^^^'" DISARMAMENT 

ir?Tniv,Vr., I f"-f° AGAINST DURHAM FIRMS 

"i^'Of^JI'^ BUILDING CONTRACTS UP IN MAY 

JULY tTH "'^S FOR TOLL MARKET 

DUKE ENGINEERING SCHOOL GETS "ARRIFR grant 

y:)iHSi^°?;;s^ju?i!fis'SoS««""-'"''" 

StS"ss Vfiifr^^c'V"^ """ SJReIuS "■ 
5i,!55 lO'^IC OF CHAMBER SEMINAR 

5uii5AS'-|c?f?,'°f'J'?'- BUILDING CONTRACTS UP 
uuKMft« WfcTAIL Sales up i PCor=uT tw i mp^ic 
BLUE CROSS, BLUE SHIELD PROMofES THRFF 
BUILDING CONTRACTS I NC RE ASED I N JUNE 

NEW HOUSE IN SOUTH COST $76,230 IN 19ni 
'^SURANCE FIRM PROMOTES TWO ° ' " 

IJ^„t S' ESTATE PLANNING TQ BF TOPICS 
^i?;S JAKING CLOSER LOOK AT H=ALTH PLANS 
WEEK ON WALL STREET: ONE TO rSSfmSfr 
9y?:15'?, ''"''' •'"fS 1ST PROFIT ^^" 
SECURITY URGEr FOR AUTOMATED-TELLER USERS 
BUSINESS l?l AUTHOR VISITS TR ANGLE ^RFA 

^t2!*ic?!5j'!j"siro^F"^;lvb'- r R*;!,?^''-'' 

2^R?cA^s^\8s%%"IS^S!¥s^°°" -'"""" 

ECONOMIC ACTIVITY RIS=S IN TRI ANGl F 
^TU^^'^H^'i^O^i^^^ '" SECURITY 

F^'?R\Ll?2'^^5Drg5RiA^^•^• ■''>«'? -^^ 

hS^f-SS^C^^A^Ms'M^U^'^VSI^E! SS^SING WEEK 
IfllE; DAYS FORECAST FOR HOUSING mar^ct 
FIR- TO SPONSOR SOCCER KICKOFF ^"^ 

auS£iM^^Si:'S,^i„?«^g^|s||E5,gO=E POSITIVE IMAGE 

?^;! yi" SYSTEM IS MS6r,ii°?Rf;5g;i«'-|- 

•OOWNTOWN DURHAM HAS BEEN GoSi TO MF- 
RTP FIRM MAKES PROMOTIONS ^ 

R^% ? E;KS?G"'M^o°^E^^5So%^;?riu?jL^rE^s^ ^"^"^^ 

iSv'?NG'?7lM'^iS§? JgcSI?^ONr°"""" EMPLOYEES 

NORTHERN TELECOM, N.Y. FIRM S' GN PACT 

NEW BOND INSURANCE MAY AID SMALL FIRMS 

TRIANGLE B8B ISSUES CAUTION ^ 

TRIANGLE INDEX DIPS 

S,°,5i'';„'-E3'"'<? NAMED EDUCATION GROUP OFFICERS 

Po'JL ,'^9c"'"-° ESTATE PLANNING SEMINAR ""^"^ ^'■""^ 

i^.'TtX.'^^.'S OFFERED ON INTEREST RATE DIP 

ELLISON HEADS EPA LABORATORY 

DURHAM BANK USES NEW COMPUTER SERVICE 



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2/22/82 

2/27/S2 

2/29/82 

3/01/82 

3/36/82 

3/07/82 

3/0''/92 

3/13/32 

3/1A/92 

3/15/92 

3/20/82 

3/21/82 

3/22/92 

3/27/82 

3/28/92 

3/29/82 

3/20/82 

3/29/92 

3/30/92 

'•/03/e2 

'•/04/92 

<>/05/92 

'r/10/92 

'•/11/92 

<>/12/92 

<./13/92 

'•/17/82 

4/17/82 

'•/18/92 

••/is/ea 

'•/19/82 

<>/2<./e2 

<./25/92 

4/26/92 

5/01/82 

5/02/92 

5/02/92 

5/02/92 

5/03/92 

5/09/92 

5/10/92 

5/15/92 , 

5/16/92 ! 

5/16/82 1 

5/16/92 ( 

5/17/82 I 

•i/ZI/BZ I 

5/22/92 I 

5/23/92 C 

5/24/92 C 

5/27/82 C 

5/2''/82 I 

5/30/92 C 

5/31/92 « 

6/05/92 A 

6/06/82 C 

6/07/92 A 

6/12/°2 A 

6/13/82 

6/17/92 A 

6/20/92 

6/21/82 B 

6/25/82 A 

6/25/82 C 

6/26/92 A 

6/27/82 D 

6/27/92 

6/28/82 A 

7/02/82 B 

7/02/82 C 

7/03/82 A 

7/04/82 D 

7/04/82 C 

7/10/82 A 

7/11/92 D 

7/13/82 A 

7/17/82 A 

7/19/92 

7/24/92 A 

7/26/92 C 

7/31/92 A 

8/01/92 

3/07/82 A 

8/09/92 C 

3/09/92 A 

8/13/92 A 

8/14/92 A 

3/15/82 

3/16/92 

9/21/82 

9/22/92 

3/22/92 

8/23/92 

a/28/92 

8/29/82 

8/30/82 

9/04/92 

9/05/92 

9/11/92 

9/ll/»2 

9/12/»2 

9/12/92 

9/12/92 

9/17/92 

9/18/92 

9/19/92 

9/19/92 

9/20/92 

9/25/92 

9/25/92 

9/26/92 

9/26/82 

9/27/92 
10/02/82 
10/03/82 
10/03/92 _ 
10/04/82 a 6 
10/09/02 A 2 
10/10/82 D 9 
10/10/92 D 9 
10/10/92 D 10 
10/11/92 3 5 
10/16/92 A 2 
10/17/92 9 
10/13/32 B 5 
10/23/82 A 20 



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14 


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10 


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3 


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2 


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12 

6 

20 

10 

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20 

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A 22 

10 

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A 3 

A 2 



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N L41 

N 

N 

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12/31/82 



TEXTILES. FURNITURE CONTINUE :>EPRESSEO 

PERSONNEL NOTFS AT TRIANGLE FIRMS 

NCCU TO HOST BUSINESS REPRESENTATIVES 

INTERSTATE BANKING SUPPORTED 3Y STORRS 

MOFFITT RETIRES FROM BLUE CROSS 

TRIANGLE BUILniNG CONTRACTS U" IN SEPTEMBER 

TRIANGLE BBB CALLS FOR NEW MEMBERS 

CCB OFFICER AGAIN RE-ELECTED TO POST 

JFRNIGAN TO SPEAK AT EMPLOYER SEMINAR 

TOP MARKETING. SALES SALARIES ARE STUDIED 

PERSONNEL NOTES AT TRIANGLE FIRMS 

POWELL GETS NEW SLUE CROSS J03 

RIVES HEADS N.C. TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS 

^TIs'^THE SE»SON:''sTORES HANGIVG DECORATIONS IN HOPES THAT CUSTOMERS. 

PERSONNEL CHANGES AT TRIANGLE FIRMS 

FITNESS AND HEALTH AWARD APPLICATIONS DUE 

RETAILERS WORRY ABOUT JOBLESS RATE IMPACT 

INSIDER TRADING NOTED AT UTILITIES 

CASH MANAGEMENT TO BE DISCUSSED 

TRIANGLE BUILDING CONTRACTS U° IN OCTOBER 

TAR HEEL BANKS SEEN AS HEALTHY 

TRIANGLE FIRMS NOTE PERSONNEL CHANGES 

SEMINAR ATTRACTS DURHAM BUSINESSES 

3 NEW STORES OPEN IN NORTH DUKE MALL 

FRANCHISE COSTS CITED BY STORES 

PRODUCTIVITY TOPIC OF COURSE 

ACCOUNTING FIRM MOVES INTO NEW OFFICES 

CAROLINA FIRMS CHOICE PLUMS? 

DURHAM AREA EMPLOYERS PREOICT HIRING DECREASE 

MERCHANTS: HOLIDAY SALES BR I S< 

SOME TEXTILF COMPANIES EXTEND HOLIDAY VACATIONS 

CONTRACTORS SEE A BRIGHTER YEAR 

PERSONNEL CHANGES AT TRIANGLE FIRMS 



PERSONNEL LHANGtS A1 IKlANljLt l-l><ns 
GENERAL TELEPHONE MAKES STAFF CHANGES 
crash: -BREAK IT AND YOU BUY IT' NOT 



GENERAL RULE IN STORES 



BUSINESSES. DURHAM. CLOSINGS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. N.C. CLOSINGS 
LIBERTY MARKET CLOSES 
DOWNTOWN DURHAM RESTAURANT CL3SES 

DURHAM TIRE FIRM SEEKS BANKRUPTCY THROUGH U.S. COURT 
DURHAM TIRE COMPANY FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY 
BOTH KING'S STORES CLOSE IN OJRHAM 
TWO KING'S STORES CLOSE IN OLRHAM 
2 BUILDINGS PADLOCKED BY POLi:E 
JUDGE'S ORDERS CLOSE 2 DURHAM BUSINESSES 
JUDGHE CLOSES 2 BUSINESSES 
JUDGE ORDERS SHOP CLOSED UNTIL TRIAL 
SHOP CLOSED UNTIL TRIAL 
STAR WAREHOUSE TO CLOSE TODAY 
STAR WAREHOUSE TO CLOSE 
WAREHOUSES CLARIFIED 

BUSINESSES. DURHAM. CRIME ON PREMISES 

DURHAM POLICE PLAN SEEKS TO p:(EVENT BUSINESS CRIME 
SHOPLIFTING HURTS EVERYONE 
HOLIDAY SHOPPERS WARNED OF CRIMES 



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BUSINESSES. EMPLOYEE OWNED 

DAN RIVER INC. WORKERS OFFER TO BUY STOCK 

"USINESSES. EMPLOYEE THEFT 

SEE ALSO CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO HONESTY 

MORE COMPANIES CHECK EMPLOYEES WITH POLYGRAPHS 
N.C. MERCHANTS USE LIE-DETECT3RS TO REDUCE THEFTS 
POLYGRAPH TEST: DUBIOUS METHOD, DUBIOUS RESULTS 

BUSINESSES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PR3GRAM 

SEE ALSO FACTORING ORGANIZATIONS 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN INVESTORS 

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

SEE ALSO HOME-BASED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. INDUSTRIES 

SEE ALSO OUALITY CIRCLES 

BUSINESS ACTIVITY IN N.C. DECLINES SLIGHTLY IN NOV. 

S2.1 MILLION INVESTED IN N.C LAST YEAR 

MORE COMPANIES CHECK EMPLOYEES WITH POLYGRAPHS 

MORE N.C FIRMS EYED FOR MERGERS 

N.C MERCHANTS USE L I E-DETEC T!! R S TO REDUCE THEFTS 

PIEDMONT AIRLINES' MILEAGE UP 22.11 

N.C FIRM ASKS WORKERS TO DEF^R PART OF PAYROLL 

TRUCKERS MAY ACCEPT PLAN TO WITHHOLD SOME WAGES 

JOBS: FEAST FOR CORPORATIONS. FAMINE FOR GRADUATES 

FOWL BUSINESS: STATE'S LARGEST FDCD INDUSTRY FALLS ON HARD TIMES 

EARNING A GOOD NAME 

NORTH CAROLINA DRAWS BIG FOREIGN INVESTMENT 

N.C BUSINESSES USING ADS 

N.C 'lUSINESS INDEX MOVES UP IN MARCH 

TRIANGLE CONSTRUCTION STILL SAGGING IN MARCH 

MORF N.C FIRMS USE 'QUALITY CIRCLES" 

ECONOMISTS: INTEREST RATES MAY BE KEY TO RECOVERY 

NORTH CAROLINA RANKED HIGH AS SITE FOR NEW FACTORIES 



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1/27/82 


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12/13/82 


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12/18/82 


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12/19/82 


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12/20/82 


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12/2<./82 


A 


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N 


L41 




H 2 


12/24/82 


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3 




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H 2 


12/26/82 


C 


10 




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H 2 


12/26/82 


C 


11 


P 


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12/27/82 


C 


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H 2 


12/29/82 


B 


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L30 




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A 


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14 




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H 2 


6/03/82 


B 


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B31 




S 2 


6/03/82 


C 


9 




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H 2 


8/24/82 


B 


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8/2<./"2 


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8 




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0/07/82 


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10/08/82 


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S 2 


10/09/82 


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0/12/82 


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B51 




S 2 


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0/23/82 


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11/22/82 


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11/24/82 


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S 2 8/20/82 C 1 F F30 
S 2 12/18/82 A 1 P N F30 



BUSINESSES. DURHAM, LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. U.S.. LAYOFFS 
WRIGHT LAYS OFF 35 EMPLOYEES 
TEXAS FIRM GETS N.C. HEALTH PLAN 

BLUE CROSS FMPLOYEE LAYOFFS ND T EXPECTED UNTIL OCTOBER 
BLUE CROSS LAYOFF PLANS ANTICIPATED 
BLUE CROSS MAY HIKE RATES 
MICA CUTS WORKFORCE 2 WEEKS 

MOST MICA EMPLOYEES FACE LAYOFF __ _ „,, . „„ 

BLUE CROSS EMPLOYEES TOLD TO LOOK FOR NO 'SUBSTANTIAL' LAYOFFS UNTIL NOV 
BLUE CROSS DOESN'T PLAN MAJOR STAFF REDUCTIONS UNTIL NOVEMBER 
GOODWILL LAYS OFF 23 
GOODWILL LAYS OFF 23 WORKERS 
AREA JOBLESS ROLLS ADD 300 
LCM RULED GUILTY OF AGE BIAS 
LIST OF PEOPLF JUDGE SAYS LIGGETT FIRED 
LIGGETT SUIT DESCRIBED AS BIG AGE-BIAS CASE 

BUSINESSES. DURHAM, SALES AND EARNINGS 

JULY FOURTH SALES ATTRACT MA ,NY CONSUMERS 

HARDWARE DEALERS SAY SALES MKED IN DURHAM 

9.6* SALES BOOST CHEERS DURHAM MERCHANTS 

MERCHANTS SAYS SALES BETTER ON LABOR DAY 

SHOPPERS FLOCK TO DURHAM STORrS 

DURHAM AREA MERCHANTS REPORT GOOD SALES TODAY 

CHECKING SALES 

ONLY 362 DAYS UNTIL... 

DURHAM'S NOVEMBER SALES 3X OVER '81 



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7/14/82 


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8/03/82 


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7 


8/04/82 


B 




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141 


H 


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8/05/82 


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S 


7 


8/05/82 


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9/08/82 


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9/08/52 


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9/11/82 


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9/25/82 


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7/06/82 


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MOST N.C. TRUCKING FIRMS REPORT LOWER "81 PROFITS 

DUTCH FIR" TO BUY SHARES 

study: N.C. AGENCIES DON'T COMPLY UITH LAWS FOR '(ONITORING INDUSTRY 

NCNB COMPOUNDS CLOUT TO 110 BILLION 

N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY STABLE 

NEW OSHA PLAN TO GIVE SOME F n MS EXEMPTIONS 

SOME FIRMS HAVE COUNSELING SERVICES 

ROU CORPORATE FLIGHTS GROW 

PETROLEUM INDUSTRY IN N.C. LEADS INJURY PERCENTAGE LIST 

LEARNING A LA CARTE: FUTURE UN C BUSINESS STUDENT TRIES. ..HOT DOG FIRM 

HECHINGER TO OPEN N.C. STORES 

N.C. FIRMS ARE SECOND IN FACTORING 

N.C. STOCKS I FARM PRICES 

OFFICE PARK SET FOR 1-77 

SOME FIRMS EXTENDING HOLIDAY 

N.C. MERCHANTS SAY SHOPPERS EAGER BUT CAUTIOUS 

CAROLINA FIRMS CHOICE PLUMS? 

COLO: IT CAN MEAN BETTER BUSINESS FOR SOME COMPANIES IN N.C. 

N.C. ECONOMY HIT SEVERLY 

N.C. STORES REPORT BUSINESS IS BRISK 

BUSINESSES. N.C. AIR POLLUTION 
SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTION 

GROUP CITES POLLUTANTS IN CAROLINAS 

BUSINESSES. N.C. ARTS SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO ARTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S BUSINESS COUNCIL ON THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES 

FIVE DURHAM. ORANGE FIRMS NOMINATED FOR ARTS AWARDS 

5 TRIANGLE BUSINESSES NOMINATED FOR AWARDS 

THEY SUPPORT THE ARTS 

GRID GIMMICK Cheats phillip mdrris art 

BUSINESSES. N.C. CLOSINGS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM, CLOSINGS 
DAN RIVER TO CLOSE MEBANE PLANT 
BLUE BELL TO CLOSE 3 PLANTS 
DAN RIVER'S MEBANE PLANT TO CLOSE 
FURNITURE FIRM PLANS TO CLOSE SOME STORES 
TEXTILE PLANT IN RALEIGH WILL CLOSE 
CHEZ CONDORET CLOSES ITS OOORS 
VILLAGE THEATER OUT OF BUSINESS 
TWO PLANT CLOSINGS ANNOUNCED 
FIRM TO CLOSE SANFORD PLANT 
DAN RIVER PLANS TO CLOSE BURLINGTON. MEBANE PLANTS 

"USINESSES. N.C. FAILURES 

TRUCKING FIRM STOPS ROLLING 
CHARLOTTE FIRM TO SHUT DOWN 

BUSINESSES. N.C. LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. OURHAM, LAY 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. U.S.. LAYOF 

GKN IN SANFORD PLANNING THO-WE 

J. P. STEVENS TO LAY OFF 100 WO 

INDUSTRIES IN AREA CUTTING HQJ 

OFFICIAL AT KAYSER-RQTH CALLS 

1.700 WORKERS LAID OFF BY F I EL 

FIELOCREST LAYS OFF '..300 WOR< 

EATON LAYOFFS SAID TEMPORARY 

WORKERS GOING BACK 

N.C TRUCKING PLANTS CLOSING T 

SUNBIRO AIRLINES LAYS OFF 25 W 

FURNITURE PLANT TO SHUT DOWN 

COMPANY IN SANFORD LAYS OFF T, 

CANNON MILLS FURLOUGHS 8.500 J 

FURNITURE SLUMP BRINGS N.C. LA 

REYNOLDS LAYING OFF CIGARETTE 

BLUE BELL TO REVIEW THREE PLAN 

TEXTILE OFFICIALS EXPECT SLUMP 

BOTTOM FALLS OUT OF FURNITURE 

DU PONT PLANT TO LAY OFF 151 

WESTERN ELECTRIC ''O LAY OFF 30 

KERNERSVILLE FIRM TO LAY OFF 1 

TEXTILE COMPANY QUICKENS LAYOF 

IDLED GE WORKERS AT MEBANE PL« 

LAYOFF REPO»T UPSETS WORKERS 

CHARLOTTE FIRM REDUCES ITS WOR 

CANNON ANNOUNCES LAYOFFS 

DATA GENERAL TO IDLE 1.200 F0» 

BI TO SHUT DOWN TWO PLANTS 

FIELOCREST TO LAY OFF 160 

LAYOFFS, PAY FREEZES HIT SOME 

BREWERY LAYS OFF 74 WORKERS 

survey: recession HIT N.C. HA? 

OU PONT TO LAY OFF J50 

CHEMICAL PLANT TO SHUT DOWN 

CHARLOTTE FIR" TO SHUT DOWN 

CHARLOTTE FIR" FOLDS 

N.C. RESTAURANTS FEAR BUSINESS 

MORE LAYOFFS ARE REPORTED AROJ 

PTL LAYS OFF SOME WORKERS 

PAPERS LAY OFF SOME WORKERS 

SCHLITZ LAYS OFF ABOUT 80 WOR< 

BURKE PLANT HALTING WORK 

CHATHAM HERALD IS IN FINANCIAL 

TWO STATE PLANTS PLAN CLOSING' 

CPCL STOCK DROPS; LAYOFFS PLAN 

N.C. WORKERS GET TEMPORARY LAY 

BRICK PLANTS LAYING OFF EMPLOY 



325 



OFFS 

FS 

EK LAYOFFS FOR 

RS, LAYING WORKERS OFF 
LAYOFFS TEMPORARY 
OCREST. BENOIX 
EPS 



EMPORARILY 
ORKERS 

WORKERS 
ORKERS 
YOFFS 
WORKERS 
T CLOSINGS 

TO CONTINUE 
INDUSTRY (CARTOON) 

AT WINSTON-SALEM PLANTS 

20 EMPLOYEES 

FS 

NT AWAIT UPSWING 

K FORCE BY 150 

NINE DAYS 

TEXTILE WORKERS 




DEDUCTIONS CUTS 
NO STATE 



ERS 

BATTLE 

NEO 

OFFS 

EES 



BUSINESSES. N.C. PHILANTHROPY 

RJR DONATES 150.000 TO BLACK COLLEGES 

BUSINESSES. N.C. PHYSICAL FITNESS 
SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FITNESS 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME WINS GOVERNOR'S FITNESS AWARD 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME WINS AWARD 

FITTING AWARD 

FIRMS URGE ON-THE-JOb FITNESS STEPS 

BANK WORKERS GET PHYSICAL IN SELF-CONFIDENCE COURSE 

FITNESS AND HEALTH AWARD APPLICATIONS DUE 

'FIT' FIRMS CAN SEEK AWARD 

BUSINESSES. N.C, PROFITS 

TRUCKING FIRMS SHOWED PROFITS 

BUSINESSES. N.C, REGULATIONS 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

OFFICIALS PONDER REGULATION 0= PLANT 

N.C. INDUSTRY. ENVIRONMENT 'COMPATIBLE' 

study: industry ACCEPTS N.C. ENVIRONMENTAL RULES 

RELAXED DUST RULES RAPPED 

BUSINESSES. N.C, TAXES 

INGRAM PIPS BILL TO REMOVE DIVISION FROM INSURANCE DEPT. 



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S 2 


6/05/82 


A 


20 




N 






S 2 


6/0')/82 


C 


20 




N 






H 2 


6/13/82 





10 




N 






H 2 


7/01/32 


c 


24 




N 






H 2 


8/08/62 


c 


3 




N 






H 2 


8/22/82 


A 


19 




N 






S 2 


9/06/82 


c 


1 




N 


S33 




H 2 


9/10/82 


A 


6 




N 






H 2 


9/10/82 


B 


1 


P 


F 


W36 




H 2 


9/l<./82 


A 


11 




N 






H 2 


9/19/82 





I 1 




N 






H 2 


10/31/82 


D 


10 




N 






H 2 


11/21/82 





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N 






H 2 


11/25/82 


A 


22 




N 






H 2 


11/27/82 


B 


14 




N 






H 2 


12/19/82 





10 




N 






H 1 


12/21/82 


E 


1 




N 






H 2 


l2/2'./82 


c 


4 




N 






H 2 


12/28/82 


A 


9 


P 


N 







H 2 3/12/82 A 17 



H 2 3/06/82 C 1 N W66 

S 2 3/03/82 A 6 N 

H 2 3/12/82 A 4 E 

H 2 5/07/82 10 U G68 



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4/06/92 


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H 


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4/07/82 


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4 


N 


S 


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4/12/82 


A 


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N 


H 


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5/07/82 


A 


1 8 


N 


H 


/ 


5/12/82 


H 


14 


N 


H 


7 


5/18/82 


(■ 


4 


N 


H 


/ 


8/24/82 


A 


\ \ 


N 


H 


/ 


9/22/82 


A 


\ 


N 


H 


1 


11/30/82 


H 


1 


N 


H 


I 


12/14/82 


B 


1 


N 


H 


7 


5/02/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


3/09/92 


A 


13 


N 



H 1 


1/09/82 


3 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/14/92 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


1/16/82 


B 


1 


N L30 


H 1 


1/21/82 


8 


I 


N 


H 2 


1/24/B2 


A 


4 


N 


H 2 


1/25/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 1 


1/29/82 


e 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/31/92 


A 


4 


N 


H 2 


1/31/82 


A 


17 


N 


S 2 


2/05/82 


C 


4 


N 


H 2 


2/07/92 


A 


4 


N 


H 1 


2/12/92 


6 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/20/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/21/82 


A 


19 


N 


H 2 


3/26/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


4/11/82 


A 


21 


N 


H 2 


4/12/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


4/17/82 


A 


4 T 


T R56 


H 2 


5/08/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


5/13/92 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


5/15/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


5/23/82 





11 


N 


H 2 


6/17/82 


B 


2 


N 


H 2 


6/21/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 1 


6/23/82 


s 


1 


N 


H 2 


6/27/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


b/28/92 


A 


14 


N 


H 2 


7/16/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


7/17/92 


A 


5 


N 


H 1 


7/17/92 


B 


1 


N 


H 2 


7/22/82 


A 


21 


N 


H 2 


8/07/82 


B 


I 


N 


H 2 


3/07/82 


a 


12 


N 


H 2 


9/07/82 


B 


12 


N 


H 2 


8/08/R2 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


3/08/82 


C 


2 


N 


H 2 


8/12/82 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


9/15/82 


D 


10 


N 


H 2 


8/21/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


9/01/82 


A 


P 


N 


H 2 


9/01/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


9/04/82 


A 


5 


N 


H I 


9/09/92 


B 


1 


N H60 


S 2 


9/10/82 


A 


7 


N 


H 2 


9/29/92 


A 


8 


N 


S 2 


11/25/92 


A 


5 


N 


H 1 


12/l-'/92 


e 


1 


N 



H 2 10/17/82 10 



1/20/92 
1/20/82 
1/24/82 
2/16/92 
9/17/82 
11/22/82 
11/25/92 



7 

3 

16 



H 2 5/28/92 C 



2/24/92 
3/09/82 
3/10/82 
5/19/92 



1 
15 
12 



N 

N G53 



H 2 6/15/92 



MONTHLY/* 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 83 
1/07/83 



PANELS OK CHANGES IN BUSINESS TAXES 

EOUIP-^ENT TAX WRITEOFFS CHANGE COULO BE IN TROUBLE 6«.0178 

LEGISLATURE ENACTS fuel COST THANGES 

DEAOLTCK OVER A»1END'<ENTS STALLS 3U0GET BILL 

TAX MEASURES "AY DIE IN COMMITTEE 



N E 

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C PG 



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6/15/82 C 
6/1T/82 B 
6/18/82 A 
6/23/82 A 



BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO B 

SEE ALSO : 

SEE ALSO 

SEE ALSO M 

SEE ALSO N 

SEE ALSO S 

SEE ALSO U 

SEE ALSO W 

RETIREES 

BUSINESS 

INSURANC 

FORMING 

WORKSHOP 

SMALL ' 

SMALL BU 

BUSINESS 

AGRIBUSI 

CHAMBER 

LEAPNING 

MEMBERS 



MALL 

ETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

USINESSES. DURHAM 

UPHAM TECHNICAL INSTITUTE. SHALL BUSINESS INSTITUTE 

INORITY BUSINESS ENTE'PRISE PROGRAM 

ATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESSES 

HALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

NIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMIN. BUREAU OF BUS. 

HITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON SHALL BUSINESS 

URGE CAUTION IN BUSINESS VENTURES 

LOAN DEMAND DROPS 
E SEMINAR OFFERED TO SMALL-BUSINESS OWNERS 
GROUP WOULD HELP BUSINESSMEN 
S SCHEDULED ON PURCHASING LAWS 
SINESSES TOPIC OF «0R< SHOPS 
SINESS GROUPS BEGUN 

SEMINAR PLANNED TOMORROW 
NESSES FIGHT RECESSION 
TO HOLD SEMINAR ON SMALL BUSINESS TAX LAW 

A LA CARTE: FUTURE UN C BUSINESS STUDENT TRIES. ..HOT DOG FIRM 
IDENTIFIED 



BUSINESSF 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 

ausi 

STRA 
INOI 
PERC 
ROOM 
TAKI 
PPIV 



S. U.S. 

SO CAREER PLANNING 

SO CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 

SO COTTAGE INDUSTRIES 

SO FRANCHISE BUSINESSES 

SO FREE ENTERPRISE 

SO INVESTORS. U.S. 

SO MAIL-OPOER BUSINESS 

._ "ERGERS (GENERAL HEADING! 

SO MINORITY BUSINESS ENTE'PRISE PROGRAM 

SO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

SO TRADEMARKS 

SO UNDERGROUND ECONOMY 

SO WHITE-COLLAR WORKERS 

SO WOMEN. BUSINESSES 

NESS NEEDS MORE STRATEGIC PLANNERS. 

TEGIC PLANNING IN VOGUE 

VIDUAL BANKRUPTCIES HURT 9USINESS 

EPTION OF 'THE PUBLIC A FUNCTION OF VIEWPOINT 

FOR ALL IN SPACE 
NG STOCK OF BUSINESS 
ATE INITIATIVE USED TO HANDLE PROBLEMS 



DUKE EDUCATOR SAYS 



BUSINESSES. U.S.. EMPLOYEE THEFTS 
SEE BUSINESSES. EMPLOYEE THEFT 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. FOREIGN INVESTMENT 

AMERICAN BUSINESS WANTED IN SOUTH AFRICA 
INTERNATIONAL GOLDEN RULE 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. GIFTS 
SEE ALSO GIFTS 

BUSINESS GIFTS DEDUCTIBLE IF THEY'RE 125 OR LESS 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM, LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. N.C. LAYOi=FS 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMPLOYEES. LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO UNEMPLOYMENT, U.S. 

SOME WORKERS IN S.C. PLANT GET BAD NEWS 

WORK ETHIC SAID TESTED BY LAYOFFS 

THE HEAD-HUNTERS 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. LOBBIES 
SEE ALSO LOBBYING 

CONGRESSMEN FINGERED IN SHORTCHANGE 

BUSINESSES. U.S., PHILANTHROPY 

■PRIVATE SECTOR' WON'T BE NEW SUGAR DADDY 
CORPORATE GIFTS 
COOPERATION PAYS OFF 

BUSING 

SEE SCHOOLS. N.C. BUSING 
SEE SCHOOLS. U.S.. BUSING 

euTCHEolNG 

ANIMAL LAWS CAN GO AWRY 

BUTNER. N.C. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION AT BUTNER 
PROBE CONTINUES INTO DEATH OF MAN FOUND NEAR BUTNER 
SANTA CLAUS 'OPERATING' FOR BUTNER PATIENTS AGAIN 

BUTNER. N.C, BUDGET 

DECISION ON FUNDS AWAITED 

"UTNER, N.C. CHRISTMAS "ARADE 

PARADES: BUTNER'S SET FOR DEC. 19 
BUTNEO PARADE SET DEC. 19 
BUTNER PARADE SET SUNDAY 

BUTNER. N.C. STREETS 

aUTNEP BEGINS GETTING FUNDS FIR STREET WORK 

BUTNER PLANNING ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

BUTNER BEGINS GETTING FUNDS F?R STREET WORK 

BUTNER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

BARBECUE AND BEATITUDES 

BUTNER PUBLIC SAFETY OEPT. 

DECISION ON FUNDS AWAITED 

BUTNER RESCUE S3UA0 

BUTNER SQUAD PLANS BARBECUE 

BUTTER 

CHEESE. BUTTER TO BE GIVEN 

GIVING IT AWAY 

FAMILIES RECEIVE CHEESE 

CHEESE SUPPLY RUNS SHORT 

BOARD MAY TIGHTEN EMERGENCY AID FUNDS 

WELFARE BUDGET STRAINED 

ALAMANCE TO DISTRIBUTE CHEESE, BUTTER 

ALAMANCE TO DISTRIBUTE BUTTER, CHEESE 

BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE (PLAY) 



SERVICES 










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3/10/82 


r 


1 


N 


SR3 


S ? 


3/15/82 


H 


1 


N 


sal 


H 2 


3/23/82 


A 


8 


N 




S 7 


<./02/B2 


(, 


1 


N 


SBi 


S ? 


4/09/82 


A 


16 


N 




S 7 


5/08/82 


A 


2 P 


N 




H 7 


5/16/82 


1) 


10 


N 




S 7 


5/19/82 


A 


13 


N 




H 7 


5/31/82 


A 


11 


N 




H 7 


3/22/B2 





10 


N 




H 7 


9/10/82 


f 


1 P 




W35 


S 2 


ll/0'./82 


L 


1 


N 


se3 



7 


5/10/82 


C 


1 1 


N 


7 


6/13/82 


1) 


I I 


N 


7 


6/15/82 


A 


1 


N 


7 


9/13/62 


A 


4 


F 


7 


9/15/82 


A 


4 


F 


7 


11/12/82 


A 


4 


F 


2 


12/25/82 


U 


4 





5/10/82 
5/25/82 



H 2 12/05/82 II 



2 7/22/82 A 21 
2 ll/Dl/82 A 10 
2 12/19/82 4 



H 2 10/20/82 A 10 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



1/02/82 

5/24/82 

10/05/62 



H 2 8/30/82 A 



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2 


2/25/82 

12/04/82 


A 1 
C I 


N U57 
F L30 


H 


1 


1/27/82 


S 1 


N 


H 
H 
H 


1 
1 
1 


11/13/82 
12/11/82 
12/18/82 


C 1 
B 1 
B 1 


N 

N 
N 


H 


1 


1/23/82 


B 1 


N H6D 



H 1 1/23/82 B 1 N H60 
H 2 11/13/62 A 7 P F L3D 
H 1 1/27/82 3 1 N 



s 


2 


9/01/82 


A 


14 


s 


7 


10/09/82 


A 


1 7 


s 


7 


10/13/82 


( 




s 


7 


10/14/82 


A 




s 


7 


10/18/82 


( 




s 


7 


10/2B/O2 


1 




H 


7 


10/28/32 


B 




H 

H 


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1 


12/09/82 
12/14/82 


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6 


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2 


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7/09/B2 


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5/21/B2 





4 




U S66 



H 2 


2/08/62 A 


4 


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2/lO/»2 A 


1 


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2/10/82 C 


19 


N 




H 2 


3/0=1/82 B 


2 






S 7 


3/30/82 


/ 






5 2 


5/14/82 


4 


N 




S 2 


5/19/82 A 








H 2 


5/20/82 C 


16 


P N 


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9/l<./82 A 








H 2 


11/21/82 C 


3 







ONE-LINERS SET PACE FOR SERIOJS CO^IEDV 

TOO MUCH OF MESSAGE MAKES • BUT TERFL IE S • FALSE 

:(UTTERFLY^(FILMI_^ BAD- TELLS THE STORY ON 'BUTTERFLY' 

"BUTTLEGGING" 

SEE CIGARETTES. SMUGGLING 

9UY OUICK FGOO MART I ALSTON C WORTH AVE.) 5 j 10/07/82 A 3 N 

g?;i'g^Js'?S^°OUIC< AT SOUTH ALSTON. CECIL H | 12/04/82 C 10 N 

DURHAM BUY-OUICK HELD UP 5 | }|>i8/82 A 15 N 

DURHAM STORE ROBBED ,,„ ,,„„^ H 7 17/28/82 A 8 N 

YOUTH CAUGHT AFTER ATTEMPT TO ENTER STORE " 2 12/28/BZ A 1 

9UY OUICK FOOD MAST ( S. BRIGGS C A^^GIER AVE.l , u/iq/K? A 12 N 

MAN IN MASK ROBS STORE V | Z/19/82 A 5 N 

SSli:"ARS???io°SHtfi ^FgE?"SK^PPEAL. H.S bono HIKEO " 2 W/U/82 B 1 N 

°^°°'|f^???rI}?S^Sessions set H ' ^'''"^^ « ' "- 

"""'°1w^"by"r*S^ EMPLOYEES ROBBED I- PARKING LOT H 2 9/13/82 A 9 N 

2 STORE EMPLOYEES ROBBED ^ ' i,i.iinc 

BYSSANOSIS 

SEE BROWN LUNG DISEASE 

C C DEVELOPMENT CO. ; j 5/19/82 A 1 N K90 

HAYTI PLAN OUESTIONED . „^^„ - H 2 5/20/82 A 1 N S51 

PROJECT PROPOSED FOR HAYTI OPPOSED " •= '/•^J'"' 

CAOO SYSTEMS INC. ,„„„,, r. cc H 2 12/19/82 10 N 

THE DOCTORED FORTUNE-COOKIE CASE 

SEE SCANNERS (MEDICAL EOUIPMENT) 

CB RADIOS 

SEE CITIZEN BAND RADIOS 

CBS 

^^roe'-ISow^UNFAIR TO GEN. WESTMIRELANO 

DURHAM COUPLE SUES CBS OVER HULL'S ANGELS REPORTS 

DURHAM COUPLE SUE CBS ,„ ^„.,^ 

UNC. VIRGINIA GAMES GET CBS- TV COVERAGE 

C=S PUTS ON A REAL CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW 

DEMONSTRATORS TO GATHER BY TV STATION 

40 PROTEST TO AOO CLOSED CAPTIONING 

5e4F PEOPLE PROTEST LACK OF CSS CAPTIONS 

CBS TO PRESENT THE GOLDEN LEAF 

WESTMORELAND IS OPPOSING MOVE TO N.Y. 

""^^SEE COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT ANO TRAINING ACT 

''^ ^'^filV^lHi^i TO CONTROL NUTRIENT FLOW 
TWO PLANT CLOSINGS ANNOUNCED 

THORE (DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES! (ACRONYM) 
SEE ALS" SENIOR CITIZENS 
BOARD SELECTS KNIGHT 

CINE/COM (FILM CO.) 

LOCAL TALENT IGNORED 

'■"''SEE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, "COLCOR" INVESTIGATION 

'°'°'?0 i¥!J6ENTS TO FINISH RESEARCH S 2 8/09/S2 A 6 N 

CONTACT DURHAM, INC. (CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM! 
SFE ALSO CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO "INISTER5, OURHA" „ j 1/26/82 A 4 L 

THANKS FOR HELPING CONTACT " | i>54>e2 A 4 L 

USE TALENTS ELSEWHERE „ i a/05/82 A 5 L 

CONTACT OURHA"'S CRISIS LINE ^ | %'/iV,l\ 5 5 L 

CONTACT MEETS MANY NEEDS " ' ■>/ i-/ oc 

""iEE^KERICAN FEDESATI0"0F'PyB5rSN13 CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 

'■'^SEE COMMUNITY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATES INC. (CREDAI 

'-'"'sEe'cROp'"?i!)RGANIZAT!ON TO RELIEVE WORLD HUNGER! 

CwIP 

SEE ALSO ELECTRICITY, RATES , , , „. H 2 7/22/82 B 5 N 

CP£.L PRESIDENT DEFENDS CONSTRUCTION " ^ 1/i.cro^ 

C. A. DILLON SCHOOL 53 2/09/82 A 7 N 

DRILL TEAM MARCHES TODAY ^ ' 

C. 3. HINESLEY CONSTRUCTION CO. 5 2 3/20/82 C 1 P P 

TEARING DOWN THE OLD 

C. C. SPAULDING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL H 2 4/23/82 8 1 :' U 

FOLKS AROUND HE^E: MODERN EOUC AT I ON , | (,/2Z/B2 A 11 

SPAUOLING SCHOOL RAISES TEST SCORES _„„^^ ^ - °'^?'-5^ - - 

CITY SCHOOLS STUDYING SPAULDING TEST SCORES 

C. C. WOODS CONSTRUCTION CO. S j 10/12/82 

OFFICERS REPORT TOOLS STOLEN FROM FIRM 

C. KNOX "ASSFY DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD 

111 ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, AWARDS 
4 UNC EMPLOYEES GET MASSEY AWAROS 
FOUR AT UNC WIN MASSEY AWAROS 

C. T. WILSON CO. „,„, 

DURHAM FIRMS ENTER LOW BIOS 



2 
2 


6/10/82 
9/22/82 


C 
A 


10 

3 


N 
N 


2 


7/01/82 


c 


1 


N 


2 


3/23/82 


A 


5 


L 



2 6/22/82 B 9 N M09 



'• ''•GRAV,rjSR'Y'lNJlCTs"'''PAviNG''FiRis'0N'5lg-RIGG!NG IN N.C. ^ 
T?JnSP0R?Iti3S UNIT SUSPENDS -. FfpMS FROM CONTRACT BIDDING 

CABARRUS BANK AND TRUST CO. (CONCORD. N.C! 



2 
2 


5/03/82 
5/04/82 


A 

e 


2 
8 


7 


1/07/82 


c 


1 


2 
2 


2/25/82 
3/12/82 


A 
A 


1 
1 



HONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



S U 8 J E C 



WACHOVIA TOPS OF 
NW BIDS HIGH IN 

CABARRUS COUNTY, N.C 
CABARRUS COUNTY 
CABARRUS HIT HAR 



FER FOR BANK 
B«NK FIGHT 



FLOODING FORCES 100 FROM HOMES 
D BY FLOODING 



CABARRUS COUNTY BANK , ,„ „ . 

NCNP ANNOUNCES MERGER PROPOSAL SENT TO BANK 



CABARRUS COUNTY SCHOO 
SCHOOL ATTENDANC 
HOME-TEACHING CA 
RULING EXPECTED 
COUPLE WILL FACE 
CABARRUS COUPLE 



LS 

E LAW FOUND UNCONSTITUTIONAL 

SE TO BE APPE>LE3 

MAY 17 IN HOME SCHOOL CASE 

SCHOOL LAW VIOLATIONS 
ACQUITTED: IN HOME TEACHING CASE 



CABBAGES 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE GARDENING SET 



OFFER AMERICA ALTERNATIVES 



E UNIV. 

BLE TELEVISIO^I 



HAM COUNTY 
N.C, CABLE '•ELEVISION 



LL , N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 
ON, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 
WS GROWTH 

SAYS CABLE TV LEAVES HER COLO 
ET CABLE TV SERVICE 

SCA5TS ARE PLANNED 

ION FIRM SAID INCORRECT ON FIGURES 

S ARE HOPING TO EXPAND INTO CABLE TV FIELD 

TV WORLD' 



CABLE NEWS NETWORK 

TURNER TRYING TO 

CABLE TELEVISION, OUK 
SEE DUKE UNIV., CA 

CABLE TELEVISION, OURH 
SEE CABLEVISION OF 

CABLE TELEVISION, DUR 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY 

CABLE TELEVISION, N.C 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HI 
SEE ALSO FRANKLINT 

CABLE SYSTEM SHO 

APARTMENT TENANT 

FOANKLINTON TO G 

CABLE SERVICE 

HOURLY STATE NEW 

CARRBORC TELEVIS 

CATHOLIC DIOCESE 

A NEW LOOK FOR ' 

CABLE TELEVISION, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ALERT CABLE TV 

SEE ALSO CABLEVISION OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CARR10R0, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

VARIETY IN YOUR TV FUTURE 

TURNER TRYING TO OFFER AMERICA ALTERNATIVES 

TED TALKS; CABLE KING FORECASTS DOOM FOR NETWORKS 

CITY SHOULO OPPOSE CABLE-TELEVISION BILL 

CABLE TV TELEGRAM nKS SEVERAL CITY COUNCILMEN 

CABLE TELEVISION ADVISORY COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO CABLEVISION OF DURHAM 
SEE ALSO PU°HAM CITY COUNCIL. CABLE TELEVISION COMMITTEE 

BOARD WANTS EXPANDED CABLE SERVICE JULY 1 

PANFL SETS TARGET TO EXPAND SERVICE 

CROASDAILE OFFERED CABLEVISION 

CITY, CABLEVISION VARY ON EXTENSION TIME 

BETTER CABLE TV SERVICE, ACCESS SAID WORTH BATTLE 

BOARD PLANS CABLE TV HEARING 

CABLE TV SALES METHODS RAPPED 

SALES METHOD OF CABLE CONVERT!;rS IS TOPIC 

CONVERTER SALES TACTIC DEFENDED 

WEIGAND RESENTS SALES TECHNIUJES CRITICISM 

BOAPD VACANCIES OPEN 

DURHAM SEEKING APPLICANTS 

COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS FRANCHISE 

CABLE PANEL'S ADVICE: DROP WOP 

CABLE FIRM MAY DROP SPORTS, MHVIE CHANNEL 

CABLE TELEVISION CONVERTERS 

SALES METHOD OF CABLE CONVERTERS IS TOPIC 
CONVERTER SALES TACTIC DEFENDED 
WEIGAND RESENTS SALES TECHNIOUES CRITICISM 
DURHAM CABLEVISION CREATES OWN PROBLEMS 

CABLEVISION OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, CABLE TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 
ALAM4NCE TO AWARD CABLE TV CONTRACT 

CABLEVISION OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ALERT CABLE TV 

SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION, N.C 

SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION ADVISORY COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO :aRR90R0, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL. CABLE TELEVISION COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO TELEVISION 

CABLE EXPANSION IN DURHAM COLTI TY RUNNING ON TIME 

SPARKS FLY AGAIN OVER DURHAM CABLEVISION 

NOT OPPOSED TO PROCESS 

PANEL TO VISIT POTENTIAL SITES FDR PUBLIC HOUSING 

CABLEVISION TO PUT JULY 1 TARSET FOR NEW SERVICES INTO CONTRACT 

COST FIGURE INCORRECT 

BOARD WANTS EXPANDED CABLE SERVICE JULY 1 

PANEL SETS TARGET TO EXPAND S=^RVICE 

VARIETY IN YOUR TV FUTURE 

PRE-EMPTED TV SHOWS ON CABLE IHANNEL 9 

CABLEVISION PLANS 'SWEEPING' EXPANSION 

CROASDAILE OFFERED CABLEVISION 

CITY COUNCIL RESCHEDULES HEARING ON CIVIC CENTER 

SOAPS SUFFER, TOO 

CABLEVISION OPPOSES REVISIONS 

CABLE TELEVISION HEARINGS PLAMNEO 

COMMITTEE TOLD HEARING NEEDED FOR EXPANSION OF CABLE SERVICE 

COMPLAINT LIST CITES DURHAM CABLEVISION 

WEIGAND SPEAKS ON CABLEVISION CRITICS 

BUSINESS REOUIRES SERVICE 

CITY, CABLEVISION VARY ON EXTENSION TIME 

CABLEVISION TO INCREASE MONTHLY FEE 30 CENTS 

CABLEVISION RATES GOING UP 

EXPANDED SERVICE DELAYED 

WEST CUFSTIONS CABLE PACT 

EXPANSION MAY BE EARLY 

SUBCOMMITTEE TO STUDY CABLE 

CABLEVISION TO BE SCRUTINIZED 

BETTER CABLE TV SERVICE. ACCESS SAID WORTH BATTLE 

CITY OPPOSES CABLE TV BILL 



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1/05/62 


3 1 


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381 


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1/05/82 


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1/06/82 


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1/07/82 


A 20 


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A 13 


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1/21/82 


A 23 


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1/21/82 


A 10 


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1/31/82 


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P N 




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2/03/82 


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2/12/82 


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2/18/82 


C 1 


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3/02/62 


B 1 


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S51 


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7/10/92 


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3/08/82 


C 1 


N 


K90 


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2 


3/24/82 


C 1 


N 


K90 


H 


2 


3/25/62 


3 1 


N 




H 


2 


4/08/82 


B 1 


N 


S51 


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2 


4/03/82 


A 3 


N 




s 


2 


4/13/82 


C 1 


P N 


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2 


4/22/32 


C 1 


N 


K90 


s 


2 


4/28/82 


B 1 


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4/29/82 


S 1 


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6/04/B2 


C 1 


N 


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2 


6/04/82 


C 1 


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2 


6/09/82 


B I 


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H 


2 


6/10/82 


B 1 


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S51 


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2 


6/23/82 


A 1 


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8/04/82 


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INTERRUPT SOAPS. NOT SPORTS 

CABLE TV SERVICE 'PDOR- 

CITY COUNCIL TO FIGHT CABLE TELEVISION BILL 

CABLE USESS SMOULO SET CARDS EXPLAINING RATES 

30AR0 PLANS CSBLE TV HEARING 

CABLE TV SALES METHODS RAPPED 

CITY 'HGULD OPPOSE CABLE-TELEVISION 3ILL 

SALES METHOD OF CABLE CONVERTERS IS TOPIC 

CONVERTER SALES TACTIC DEFENDED 

UEIGANO RESE-iTS SALES TECHNI5JES CRITICISM 

CABLEVISION iJNFAIR 

DURHAM CABLEVISION CREATES OWN PROBLEMS 

COMMENTS TO BE KEY IN CABLE ACTION 

^EiRING SET ON NEW RESERVCIP 

2'} VIEWERS COMMENT IN TELEVISED HEARING 

SPEAKERS BACK NEW RESERVOIR 

CABLE IMpOQvrNG SERVICE 

OURHA- CABLE CHIEF LEAVING 

CABLE FIRM WILL REPLACE LOST 'ROGRAM 

COMMITTEE TO OISCUSS FRANCHISE 

CABLE PANEL'S ADVICE: DROP WOR 

CABLE FIRM MAY DROP SPORTS. MOVIE CHANNEL 

STATION STAYS ON CABLE TV 

WOR-TV MAY REMAIN ON DIALS TH? OUGH MARCH 



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1/13/82 


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1/24/82 


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12/16/82 


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N 


L41 


s 


2 


12/16/82 


A 2 N 




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12/23/82 


B 


N 


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2 


12/23/82 


A 8 N 





SPECIAL TOOLS MAKE GARDENING EASIER 

CAESAREAN BIRTHS 

SEE CESAREAN SECTIONS 

CAJUNS 

WHAT'S IN A NICKNAME? 
TOO-THIN SKINS 

CAKE DECORATING 

COOKING TEACHER SAYS ICING ROSES ARE MOST DIFFICULT 

CALCIUM BLOCKERS 

SEE ALSO BETA BLOCKERS 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 

ANTI-CANCER DRUGS GET TEST AT DUKE 

CALEDONIA PRISON 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 

SKULL. BONES OF GUARD SAID FOJNO IN PIT 

SKELETON IS FOUND IN HALIFAX 

3 INMATES RETURNED FROM VA. TO CALEDONIA PRISON 

INMATE KILLED AT CALEDONIA 

PRISONS 'RESPONSIBLE' FOR DEATH OF INMATE 

GOV. HUNT ORDERS PROBE OF INMATE'S TRANSFER TO PRISON 

PETITION DRIVE ORGANIZED TO PROTEST INMATE'S mqvE 

INMJTF, GUARD ARE INJURED DURING SCUFFLE 

CALENDARS 

A PACKED WEEK 

SNYDER /WHALEN IS PROMOTING 



H 2 9/22/82 A 20 P U G78 



'ORE THAN JUST CUTE GUYS 



CALIFORNIA 

SEE ALSO "OLLYwOOO 

SEE ALSO LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA 

DISASTER AID NEEDS REVIEW 

MUSIC OUIZ: WHICH RECORD WOULO MAKE. . . SENSE HEARD BACKWARD? 

CALIFORNIA OFFICIALS NOW WANT TO EXTRADITE M4N 

CALIF. ChAHGES ITS TUNE 

CALL-FOR-ACTION 

SEE ALSO CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAMS 

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB NAMES wQMA ,•) JF YEAR 
HELP IS APPRECIATED 
CALL FOR ACTION OPENS 

CALLIGRAPHY 

CALLIGRAPHY IS WALTER BROWN'S CONSUMING PASSION 

CALVERT SCHOOL 

SEE DURHAM ACADEMY 

CAMA5SIA SLOPES 

LAND DONATED TO NATURE CONSERVANCY 

CAMBODIA 

ALSO AMONG The FALLEN... (CARTOON) 

CAMDEN AVE. 

BRIDGE TO 3E REPLACED 

CAMELS 

CAMEL BORN AT N.C. ZOO 

CAMERON, N.C. 

FIRE OEPT. SEEKS FUNDS 

CAMERON ART GALLFRY 

3ETTY BELL PAINTINGS 'EMPHATIC' 

CAMERON GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
MAN SAYS HE IS MINISTER 

CAMILLE AND HENRY DREYFUS DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR PROGRAM 
CHE-ISTS TO iflSIT DUKE UNDER DREYFUS PROGRAM 
TWO CHEMISTS TO VISIT DUKE 
NOTED SCIENTIST TO SPEAK 

LECTURE SET TODAY BY STANFORD CHEMIST 
CHEMISTRY POOF TO TALK AT DUKE 
ROLE OF UNIVERSITIES TO BE TOPIC OF SPEECH 

CAM? CARAWAY 

FIRE DAMAGES CHURCH RETREAT 

EXTENSION DIET CAMP PRODUCTIVE AND FUN 

CAMP DAVID ACCORDS 

SEE ALSO ARA3 STATES 
SEE ALS'' EGYPT 
SEE ALSO ISRAEL 

ISRAEL AND U.S. IN 1978, 1982 ICARTOONl 

CAMP EASON 

SEE ALSO MURDOCH CENTER 
CAMP -JOLOS OPPN HOUSE 

CAMP EASTER (SOUTHERN PINES, N.C.) 
CAMP EASTER-IN-THE-=I'1E5 

CAMP KALEIDOSCOPE 
SEE ALSO CAMPS 



S 2 

H 2 



8/IA/82 
3/20/82 



H 2 <,/22/82 C 1 o F S56 



S 2 12/22/82 A 



9 


2/19/82 


A 


7 


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1 


2/20/82 




1 


N 


/ 


3/27/B2 


A 


1 


N 


? 


5/30/82 


A 


5 


N 


? 


6/05/82 


A 


A 


( 


7 


3/15/82 


A 


6 


N 


7 


3/20/82 


A 


1 1 


N 


2 


12/30/82 


A 


12 


N 


7 


*/26/82 


A 


A 


F 


2 


12/26/92 


c 


10 P F 



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H 2 5/26/82 A ATT 

H 2 9/21/82 All N 

S 2 9/27/82 A 4 E 



1/26/82 
6/14/82 
9/09/82 



S 2 1/14/82 3 1 ' F 371 

H 1 4/17/82 e 1 N 

H 2 1/23/82 A ATT R56 

H 2 9/14/82 3 1 P P T37 

H 2 7/09/82 All N 

H 1 1/29/92 3 1 N 

H 2 4/16/32 3 P U G68 

M 2 5/25/82 A 2 N 



H 2 2/09/82 A 12 

S 2 2/10/82 C 5 

S 2 3/20/82 A 12 

H 2 3/23/82 A 11 

H 2 4/11/92 C 3 

S 2 4/13/82 3 4 



H 2 2/19/82 A 6 



H 2 3/12/82 3 2 P F S56 

H 2 9/04/32 A ATT R56 

S 2 ll/04/»2 A 13 P P T37 

H 2 4/08/92 A 5 L 



SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 



MONTHLY/AN 



MUAL IN06X 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



S U 8 J E 



SEE ALSO OUKE JNIV. MEDICAL CENTER 

COME OUT F05 4 NIGHT OF F4HILV ENTEi^T A INMENT AND SEND A CHILD TO CAMP! 
KALEIDOSCOPE: A CAMP WHERE SICK KIDS DWELL ON THEIR 'WELLNESS' 

CAMP LEJEUNE 

35 ARRESTED IN DRUG CRACKDOWN 

IJ DUMP SITF5 TO BE CHECKED 

7 STUDENTS EXPELLED F<!0" CAMP LEJEUNE SCHOOL 

LEJEUNE SITTER "SERVICE CLOSED DOWN 

HARD-LINE CHIEF LEAVING LEJEUNE 

MARINES ARE DUE HOME IN ABOUT ONE MONTH 

WOMAN KILLED BY ERRANT SHELL 3N MARINE BASE 

MARINES BEGIN PROBE OF FRRANT-SHELL DEATH 

DEATH BLAMED ON ERRANT SHELLS 

FATHER RELIEVED AFTER MARINE'S COURT-MARTIAL 

CAMPAIGN BUTTONS 

SEE ALSO POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN POSTERS 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS 

JOHN GRAY'S "LEGITIMATE H08SY' 

UNENTHUSIASTIC CAMPAIGN BUTTONS (CARTOON) 

HUNT 'BA BUTTONS DESIGNED 

CAMPAIGN CONTRiaUTIONS 

SEE POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

CAMPBELL UNIV. (FORMERLY CAMPBELL COLLEGEI 

CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY NAMES DIVISION CHAIRMAN 
CONRAD GASS. b',, HISTORY PROFESSOR 
CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY RECEIVES ^RANT 

CAMPBELL UNIV.. COMMENCEMENT 
CAMPBELL AWARDS DEGREES 

CAMPBELL UNIV.. GRANTS 

CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY GETS 120.000 GRANT 

CAMPBELL UNIV. SPORTS. BASEBALL 
C4MP8ELL STOPS STATE 

CAMPING ISEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPSI 

SEE ALSO CAMPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPSI 

SEE ALSO DAY CA»PS 

SEE ALSO KERR LAKE, CAMPSITES 

SEE ALSO WILDERNESS AREAS. N.C. 

RESERVATIONS FOR CAMPSITES RUN HEAVY 

CAMPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPSI 
SEE ALSO CAMP KALEIDOSCOPE 

SEE ALSO CAMPING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPSI 
SEE ALSO PAY CA"«PS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. COMPUTER KAMP 
SEE ALSO ELDERHOSTEL 

SUMMER CAMPS BOOST WESTERN N.C. ECONOMY 

OVERWEIGHT YOUTHS: CAMPS MAY HELP 

T°IP MIXES SERVICE. LEARNING, AND FUN 

CAMPUS CLU3 OF DUKE UNIV. 

SEE OUKE UNIV. CAMPUS CLUB 

CAMPUS DRIVE 

CAMPUS DRIVE IS BEING REPAVEO 

CAMPUS HILLS COMMUNITY COUNCIL 
BOYCOTT URGED 

CANADA 

SEE ALSO CANADIAN DAYS IN N.C. 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. CANADIAN STJDIE5 PROGRAM 
CANADA: IT'S HIS SUBJECT, HIS PASSION 

CANADA, BILL OF RIGHTS I. CONSTITUTION 

DISCUSSION OF CANADA'S CONSTITUTION SET AT DUKE 

CANADA, COMSTITUTinN 

SEE CANADA, BILL OF RIGHTS £ CONSTITUTION 

CANADIAN DA^S IN N.C. 
SEE ALSO CANADA 

HUNT "EETS NORTHERN TELECOM OFFICIALS 

CANADIAN GEESE 

NORTH CAROLINA NO LONGER 



A WATERFOWLcRS' WONDERLAND 



CANADIAN STUDIES CENTER 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CANADIAN STUDIES PROGRAM 

CANARIES 

SEE ALSO BIRDS 

HER HOME IS FOR THE BIRDS 

CANCER 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. U.S., CANCER 

SEE ALSO BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 

SEE ALSO BRAIN CANCER 

SEE ALSO BREAST CANCER 

SEE ALSO CARCINOGENS 

SEE ALSO CERVICAL CANCER 

SEE ALSO CHEMOTHERAPY 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, CANCER 

SEE ALSO COLON CANCER 

SEE ALSO 03CP (OIBROMOCHLOROPROPANE I 

SEE ALSO 0E5 ( 01 ETHYLST I LBES TR OL I 

SEE ALSO CNA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO nUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 

SEE ALSO HEAD CANCER 

SEE ALSO HOOGKIN'S DISEASE 

SEE ALSO INTERFERON 

SEE ALSO LEUKEMIA 

SEE ALSO LUNG CANCER 

SEE ALSO -ISTLETOE 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE 

SEE ALSO OVARIAN CANCER 

SEE ALSO PROSTATE CANCER 

SEE ALSO RADIATION THERAPY 

SEE ALSO SKIN CANCER 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, HEALTH EFFECTS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

SEE ALSO UTERINE CANCER 

TRIANGLE SUPPLIES 35 PERCENT TF CALLS 

REPORT LINKS SMOKING TO SPECIFIC TYPES OF CANCER 

SURGEON GENERAL BROADENS SMOKI NG-L I NK ED CANCER LIST 

GENETIC CHANGES MAY HERALD ONSET OF CANCERS 

HIGH CANCER RATE PROBED IN CHEROKEE 

HERBICIDE SUSPECT IN N.C. CANCER DEATHS 



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S 2 7/20/82 a 3 N 

H 2 4/15/82 C 20 N 



H 2 e)/24/n2 A 22 N 

S 2 7/07/82 C IDF A15 

S 2 3/27/82 B 1 P F J06 



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S 2 10/07/82 A 3 N 



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B 


6 



H0NTHLY/«NSU4L 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SJSJECTS 



PAGE 8S 
1/07/83 



OURH»H W0«4N'S ?SS»r WINS NATIONAL »W«RO 

NEM OAT» DISCOUNTS CANCEa-HER3ICIDE TIE 

TOXICriLOGIST: CANCER TRACED TO LIFESTYLES 

CANCER CONCERNS •iFT 

"(ELANOHA SAI3 WGRE DEADLY IN ;LACKS 

CANCER SY^POSIU" OPENS FRIDAY 

PROGRAM AIDS CANCER VlCTI-5 

iROUP A COMFORT TO CANCER VlCTI-S 

''*'^''''SUCCESS RATE PISES IN LIH3 ATT aCH-ENTS 

CANCER. VAGINAL 

SEE CERVICAL CANCER 
SEE PAP SHEARS 

"""go^iiJi^oL-S NGN-SURGICAL CANCER TESTS 

DUKE USING NEW CANCER DIAGNOSTIC TOOL 

CANCER INFOR"aTION service ,_„ ,r.,T- = 

SEF ALSO DUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCcR CENTcR 
TOIANGLE SUPPLIES 35 PERCENT OF CALLS 
CANCER SERVICE GETS NEW CONTRACT 
CANCER PHONE SERVICE TO CONTINUE 

CANCFR PREVENTION , ,,„. 

CANCER CRUSADE FOCUS IS ON EDJCATION ^„.^^„ 
DUKE SPECIALIST: CANCER HAY NEVER BE ERASED 

TANTFR RCCC4BCH 

SFE ALSn DUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 
SEE ALSO INTERFERON 

III Atl? UMj^^^F'^^^t-Cn.PEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 
OUKE CANCER CENTER TO GET NEW METHOD TO STUDY TUMORS 

SSk%T^nc"eJ m'rU'Vo-pd'T ii^^fsiS ON DRUG RESEARCH 
INSTITUTES OF HFALTU SAYS MEDICAL SCHOOL CLEARED 
WELLCOME FUND ENDOWS PROFESSORSHIP 

CANCER*RESEARCH TIED TO STRUCTURE _„ .„^ 
RFSEAPCHERS HOLD OWN IN 310 FOR U.S. DOLLARS 
SCIENTISTS OPTIMISTIC ABOUT PAIN THERAPY 
FUSED CELLS MAY BE .USED TO TREAT OVARY CANCER,,^ „ 
AMINO acids: PROTEIN-5 -BUILDING BLOCKS' MAY FIGUR 



IN TREATING CANCER. 
"ES 



GENETIC CHANGES MAY hERALO ONSET OF CANCERS „„„„,„, 
RESFARCHER LINKS ALL CANCERS TO DEFECTS IN ChROMOSO' 
interferon: RESEARCHER CITES ITS USE ON COLDS 
DUKE FRATERNITY TO RUN FQR CA-JCER RESEARCH 
DUKE. UNC CENTERS FOR CANCER ' ANK HIGH ,„„„^^,^,,., 
N.C. 'AVCFR CENTERS COMPLEMENTARY. NOT COMPETITIVE 
DUKE SPECIALIST: CANCER MAY Nt VER SE ERASED 
CFNTERS HELP WIN WAR AGAINST :aNCER 
TREATMENT HELPS LEUKEMIA SUFFERERS 

NEW DRUG Therapy used tg =ight leukemia 

GFNE TRACING "ETHOD FINDS DISEASE LINKS 

s6m= N.C.. S.C. RESIDENTS -ILL "E IN CANCER STUDY 
TUTCRFERON TO 3E USED ON BRA P; TU-'OR PATIENTS 

iInCRFSFaRChfos GIVE INTERFERON TO PATIENTS WITH BRAIN TUMORS 
DFCAFFEINATED COFFEE LINKED TO CANCER 
REACTION TO CHEMICALS MAY LEA3 TO CANCER 

yiiJSIi;s?irM:ruN^^?K'i^slE5i?i'SF cancer, infertility 

RUNNING FOR A CURE: 15-YEAR-OLO ON CROSS-COUNTRY ODYSSEY. . . 

HEAD-CANCER CASES GET HELP AT DUKE 

DUKE TESTS NEW CANCER TREAT"ENT 

ESTROGEN SHOTS CARRY RISK 

STUDY: ORAL ESTROGEN SAFER THAN SHOTS 

SCIENTIST FINOS FURTHER C! GAR; TTE-C ANCE' LINK 

DURBaM CANCER SOCIETY SEEKS VOLUNTEERS FOR NATIONAL STUDY 

NATIONAL GUARDSMEN COLLECT CA-JCER FUNDS 

GUARDSMEN CCLLECT FUNDS FOR RESEARCH 

CANCER AND DIET HEADLINE CONFERENCE 

KILLE' CELLS ""AY OE NATURAL CANCER FOE 

NIEHS DEVELOPS TESTS FOR CANCER-CAUSING AGENTS ^,^.„^^^_, 

STUDIES DISAGREE ON DANGERS OF SMOKING LOW-TAR CIGARETTES 

FLYTRAP PLANT STUDIED AS CANCER CURE 

NORMAL VITA-IN OOSES MAY HELP PREVENT CANCER 

FDA OKS INTRAVENOUS rlERPES DRUG 

„E, hFRPES drug SAID TO PROTECT CANCcR PATIENTS 

TOD MUC" VITAMIN A DANGEROUS TO HEALTH 

FLYTRAPS AND CANCER 

SCAVENGERS MjY HELP KILL CANCrR CELLS 

CHE-ICALS MAY HELP TREAT CANCER: DEVELOPED AT NCCU 

NCCU PRCFS TRYING TO IMPROVE RADIATION TREATMENT 

RFSEAflCH AT NCCU 

BREAST DISEASE EXPERTS TO CONFER IN TWIN CITY 

CANCER PESEARCHERS TOLD TG FOCUS ON MAIN CULPRITS 

MONOCLONALS AID CANCER TREATMENT 

Ni^'l^iS'oJtHEs'lIo c'A'i?ER''li!?ARCH; DEVELOPED BY 3ECTCN DICKINSON 
ANTI-CANCER DRUSS GET TEST AT DUKE 
LIVER CELL PROTECTION SOUGHT 

CANDEUB. FLESSIG C ASSOCIATES 

STUDY SUGGESTS HOTEL FOR HAYTI 
FIRH PROPOSED TO STUDY HAYTI 

BUSINESS PARK URGED INSIDE CITY „^„,_ 

CONSULTANTS PROPOSE USES FOR VACANT HAYTI PROPERTY 

'■*''°''maN says HE FOUND SHOTGUN SH^LS OURIED IN 2 CANDLES 

CANDY 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
SEE ALSO HALLOWEEN CANDY 
HOWS THAT AGAIN? 

CANE CREEK CALAMATIES I PLAY I ,-„.,-„-- 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

CANE CREEK CONSERVATION AUTHORITY 
TWO CANE CREEK SUITS DROPPED 
CANE CREEK RESIDENTS: STUDY 'FAIR' 
CANE CREEK PLAN OBJECTIONS SLATED 
PREPARING THEIR ENTRY 
GROUP TRIES TC RLOCK DAM 

SUIT WOULD HALT wORK ON CANE CREEK REScRVOIR 
CANE CREEK HEARING POSTPONED 
CPAFT FAIR SET FQR TCORROW 
CANF CREEK HAS CRAFT -AIR TODAY 
CANE CREEK HEARINGS TO EEGIN ON MONDAY 
RULE -AOE ON CANE CREEK OBJECTIONS 
CANE CREEK HEARING IPFNS 
RESERVOIR FOES TESTIFY AT HEA' ING 









S 




T 


N 


c 




c 




L 


P 





DATE 


L 




L 


S 


? 


6/29/82 


A 


lA 




H 




7/06/82 


A 






H 


? 


7/23/"2 


H 


c* 




s 


7 


9/19/S2 


A 


i 




s 


7 


10/15/82 


r 


in 




H 


7 


10/21/82 




2 




s 


7 


10/23/82 


A 


1 




H 


2 


11/20/82 


A 


I'.' 




H 


2 


5/1C/82 


A 


11 





"23 

L30 



S 2 

H 2 



§/2'./e2 A 
3/25/82 o 



7 1/05/62 S 1 
2 3/13/82 A 24 
2 3/13/82 A 10 



S 2 
S 2 



4/12/82 A 
4/15/82 C 



S 2 


1/08/S2 A 


1 


N 


S33 


H 2 


1/24/82 C 


1 


N 




H 2 


2/1R/82 S 


5 


N 




H 2 


2/27/82 A 


5 


N 




H 2 


3/03/1=2 A 


15 


N 




S 2 


3/04/32 C 


1 


N 




S 2 


3/11/82 C 


1 


N 




S 2 


3/17/82 C 


1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


3/19/32 3 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/24/32 C 


4 


N 




H 2 


4/03/82 A 


10 


N 




S 2 


4/36/82 A 


6 


N 




H 2 


4/07/32 A 


7 


N 




H 2 


4/03/82 A 


23 


N 




H 2 


4/C8/82 3 


7 


N 




S 2 


4/13/82 A 


1 


N 




H 2 


4/15/82 A 


R 


N 




S 2 


4/15/82 C 


i 


N 


F30 


S 2 


4/24/82 A 


4 


E 




S 2 


4/27/82 A 


1 


N 




H 2 


4/28/82 A 


14 


N 




H 2 


5/31/82 A 


13 


N 




H 2 


5/15/82 A 


8 


N 




H 2 


5/31/82 B 


7 


N 




S 2 


5/31/82 C 


3 


N 




H 2 


6/18/82 A 


14 


N 




H 2 


6/2 /92 3 


1 


N 




S 2 


6/21/82 C 


8 


N 




H 2 


7/01/82 C 


8 


N 




H 2 


7/10/82 a 


2 


P F 


M71 


S 2 


7/13/82 A 


I 


N 




H 2 


7/14/82 B 


4 


N 




S 2 


7/21/82 C 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/22/82 A 


20 


N 




H 2 


7/29/82 A 


14 


N 




H 2 


7/29/82 B 


I 


N 




H 2 


8/09/82 A 


3 


N 




S 2 


3/09/82 9 


6 


N 




S 2 


3/12/82 A 


6 


N 




S 2 


9/04/82 A 


1 


N 


F30 


S 2 


9/09/82 A 


9 


N 




H 2 


9/24/82 A 


6 


N 




H 2 


10/22/82 B 


5 


N 




H 2 


13/23/82 C 


1 


N 


930 


S 2 


10/27/82 a 


1 


N 


EOS 


H 2 


10/28/82 E 


1 


N 




H 2 


11/03/82 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


11/04/82 A 


4 


E 




S 2 


11/05/82 A 


11 


N 




S 2 


11/10/32 A 


1 


N 


M2 3 


H 2 


11/11/82 C 


10 


N 




H 2 


11/13/82 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


11/14/82 A 


10 


N 




S 2 


11/17/82 C 


1 


N 


M23 


H 2 


11/21/82 A 


16 


N 




S 2 


11/24/82 


4 


N 




H 2 


12/09/32 3 


7 


N 


330 


S 2 


12/22/82 A 


1 


N 


M23 


S 2 


12/22/82 C 


1 


N 


M23 


H 2 


12/01/82 A 


17 


N 




S 2 


9/16/82 C 


1 


N 


K90 


H 2 


9/17/82 a 


1 


N 


351 


S 2 


11/30/82 A 


1 


•* N 


<90 


H 2 


1/23/82 A 


3 


N 





H 2 12/16/82 B 1 U 



H 2 7/16/82 D 6 P N 



H 


7 


2/11/82 


A 


75 


N 


M2 3 


M 


7 


4/22/82 


rt 


4 


N 


M2i 


s 


7 


4/22/82 


A 


I? 


N 




s 




3/25/82 


9 


1 P 




R91 


s 




9/29/82 


A 


3 


N 


'446 


H 




9/3''/82 


A 


8 


N 


B46 


H 




13/07/82 


A 


'■I 






s 




10/09/82 


A 


5 






H 




10/09/82 


A 


11 






H 




ll/25/»2 


r 


16 


N 




s 




11/29/82 


c 


1 


N 


346 


H 




ll/30/»2 


A 


6 


N 




M 


? 


12/32/82 


A 


6 


N 


i)46 



MONTHLY/* 



INDEX 
12/31/Bi 



S U B J E C 



CANE CREEK LAKE BACKED 
CANE CREEK TESTIMONY ENDS 



CANE CREEK RE 
SEE ALSO C 
SEE ALSO Ui 
OWASA WI 
FUND >'Ay 
STATE RE 
TWO CANE 
CANE CRF 
STATE RE 
CANE CRE 
LEAVE CA 
CANE CRE 
CANE CRE 
CANE CRE 
CANE CRE 
STATE AC 
OHASA EY 
ORANGE M 
ORANGE B 
CANE CRE 
STATE OF 
CANE CRE 
STATE ST 
STUDY CI 
GROUP TP 
SUIT UOU 
CANE CRE 
RULE '«AD 
CANE CRE 
CANE CRE 
OHASA PA 
RESERVOI 
RESERVOI 
CANE CRE 
CANE CRE 
CANE CRE 
CANE CRE 
OHASA TO 
CANE CRE 
OHASA BO 



SERVOIR 
HAPEL HI 
NIV. LAK 
TNESSES 

DEFER C 
VIEH OF 

CREEK S 
EK RESE" 
PORT KNO 
EK WATER 
NE CREEK 
EK REPOR 
EK RESID 
EK PLAN 
EK OEAOL 
CEPTS CO 
ES JOROA 
AY SEt^K 
OARD BAC 
EK FACTI 
FER5 CWA 
EK STATE 
UDY SAYS 
TES CANE 
lES TO B 
LO HALT 
EK HEARI 
E 3N CAN 
EK HEARI 
EK TESTI 
CKAGE SA 
R FOES T 
R GETS P 
EK LAKE 
EK TESTI 
EK RESER 
EK RESER 

CONSIOE 
EK RECEI 
ARD VOTE 



LL. N.C 
E 

CALL CAN 
ANE CREE 
CANE CRE 
UITS DRO 
VOIR FAC 
CKS CANE 
NOT SUP 
IN PEAC 
T AVAILA 
ENTS: ST 
OBJECTIOi 
INE EXTE 
MHENTS 01 
N LAKE 
JORDAN H 
K5 CANE 
ONS RESP 
SA 1502 
MENT NEA 
CANE CR 
CREEK A 
LOCK DAM 
HORK ON 
NG POSTP 
E CREEK 
NG OPENS 
MONY RES 
ID OK 
ESTIFY A 
UBLIC SU 
BACKED 
MONY END 
VOIR HEA 
VOIR DEC 
R MAKING 
VES BOOS 
S TO BUY 



OROJGHT 

E CREEK BEST HATER SOURCE 

. COSTS 

EK RUNS BEHIND 
PPED 
ES ANOTHER DELAY 

CREEK PLAN 
ERIOR 
E 

8LE 

UDY •=AIR' 
NS SLATED 
NOEO 
N RESERVOIR 

ATER 

CREEK AGAIN 

OND TO N.C. STUDY 

'il'i 

RS 

EEK BEST HATER SOURCE AVAILABLE 

S BEST SOURCE OF HATER 

CANE CREEK RESERVOIR 

ONED 

OBJECTIONS 

UMES IN AFTERNOON 



HEAR ING 
PPORT 



RING ENDS 

ISION MAY COME IN MARCH 

LAND PURCHASE 
T 

LAND FOR LAKE 



RESIDENTS 

ED SUIT IS SETTLED 



IN NEUTRAL ON OFFER 
STOCK 



IVITY IN KANNAPOLIS 
ANTEE EXECUTIVES* PAY 
ORKERS 
SE POLICY 

F CANNON MILLS 

LY' BROKEN UP 
HORK HARD 

HELP WITH PROJECTS 
ING RAISES 
GRAHAM 
STORK PLACE 



CANNING IFOOO) 

CANNING? TEST THAT EQUIPMENT 
IT'S CANNING TIME 

CANNON MILLS CO. 

CANNON MILLS RECEIVES OFFER 
POSSIBLE CANNON SALE CONCERNS 
CANNON MILLS TO SETTLE SUIT 
CANNON MILLS. PLAINTIFFS PLEAS 
CANNON MILLS STOCK CLIMBS 
CANNON STOCK OFFER IS RAISED 
CANNON "ILLS SAYS IT WILL REMA 
AGREEMENT MAKE ON CANNON MILLS 
MAN BUYS CANNON MILLS 
CANNON MILLS IS BEING SOLO 
KANNAPOLIS DEFIES CRITICS 
UNION OFFICIALS TO STEP UP ACT 
DIRECTORS OF CANNON MILLS GUA' 
CANNON MILLS FURLOUGHS "It^OO H 
CANNON "ILLS HILL CONTINUE HOJ 
CANNON "ILLS CHAIRMAN QUITS 
L.A. INVESTOR TO BE CHAIRMAN 
CANNON ANNOUNCES LAYOFFS 
CANNON MILLS WORKERS SAY 'FAMI 
MUROOCK TELLS MILL EMPLOYEES T 
CtNNON MILLS GROUP NAMED 
CANNON MILLS OHNER SAYS HE'LL 
CANNON JOINS TEXTILE FIRMS G IV 
CANNON SELLS FABRICS PLANT IN 
CANNON MILLS VILLAGE MAY BE HI 
CANNON MILLS OFFICER NAMED 

CANOES 

SEE ALSO BOATS 

ONE Ti=EN DIES AFTER CANOE CAPSIZES IN SOUND 
HAH RIVER ASSEMBLY STARTS C ANI E- A-THON 
. . .WHICH HAS WIPED OUT SOME WHITEWATER 
TWO DURHAM CANOEISTS FOUND SAFE 
SEARCHERS FIND TWO CANOEISTS 
TEENS TURN UP IN RIVER SEARCH 
SOLDIERS SAFE AFTER RIVER ORDEAL 
TWO GIS SPEND NIGHT ON ISLAND 

CAPE FEAR MARLIN TOURNAMENT 

FOGLEMAN BACK ON SCENE OF RECORD MARLIN CATCH 
FOGELMAN'S RECORD STANDS 

CAPE FEAR RIVER 

AGIO DUMPING BRINGS FINES 

CAPE FEAR RIVER FOULED BY OIL SPILL 

CAPE FEAR RIVER OIL SPILL FORMS 7-MILE-LONG SLICK 

THE CAPE HATTERAS fRESEARCH VESSEL) 
OUKE-UNC SHIP SETS SAIL MONDAY 
VESSEL GETS HIGH MARKS 

CAPE HATTEPAS. N.C. 

COAST GUARD TO GET FACILITIES 

AIRCRAFT ENTERS U.S. AIR SPACE (SOVIET TURBOPROPl 

CAPE HATTEPAS 
LIGHTHOU 
LIGHTHOU 
NORTH CA 
aRTIFICI 
LIGHTHOU 
REAGONOM 
PROVOCAT 
MORTON 
TAR HEEL 
WAVES TH 
GASTON C 
HUNT, HE 
SEAWALL 
PILKEY: 
SEAWALL 
UNHEAL TM 
GROUP RA 
FAKE SEA 
OCEAN IS 
UNREAL 



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DATE 


S 
E 
C 


PG 


I 
L 

L 


T 
Y 
P 


BYL 






2 


12/03/B2 


B 


5 




N 


B'.6 







S 2 12/03/92 A 1 



H 2 


12/01/92 


A 


17 


N 




S 2 


1/29/82 


C 


1 


N 


"23 


H 2 


2/06/92 


B 


5 


N 


M23 


H 2 


2/11/92 


A 


25 


N 


M23 


H 2 


3/23/92 


B 


1 


N 


M23 


H 2 


'./01/?2 


B 


1 


N 


M23 


S 2 


<./02/82 


C 


6 


N 




H 2 


<./0<./B2 


D 


4 


E 




H 2 


<./19/82 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


',/22/e2 


B 


4 


N 


M23 


S 2 


*/22/92 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


5/J6/82 


c 


1 1 


N 




S 2 


5/11/82 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


5/13/92 


B 


1 


P N 


M23 


S 2 


5/13/92 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


5/20/82 


3 


1 


N 


M23 


S 1 


5/02/92 


A 


1 


N 


M23 


H 2 


7/15/92 


D 


4 


N 


M23 


S 2 


3/27/82 


A 


9 


N 


M23 


H 2 


9/02/92 


B 


1 


N 


M23 


S 2 


9/02/82 


C 


4 


N 




S 2 


9/29/82 


A 


3 


N 


B46 


H 2 


9/30/82 


A 


8 


N 


B46 


H 2 


10/07/82 


A 


10 


N 




S 2 


11/29/82 


C 


I 


N 


B46 


H 2 


11/30/82 


A 


6 


N 


946 


S 2 


11/30/92 


A 


8 


N 




S 2 


12/01/82 


C 


1 


N 


B46 


H 2 


12/02/82 


A 


6 


N 


B46 


S 2 


12/02/82 


A 


1 


N 


B46 


H 2 


12/03/82 


B 


5 


N 


946 


S 2 


12/03/82 


A 


1 


N 


946 


H 2 


12/0<./82 


c 


1 


N 


B46 


S 2 


12/04/82 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


12/29/92 


A 


3 


N 




S 2 


12/30/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


12/31/82 


A 


9 


N 


346 


H 2 


5/27/82 


c 


1 


P F 


S56 


S 2 


7/09/82 


B 


1 


P P 


R91 


H 2 


1/06/82 


B 


14 


N 




S 2 


1/06/82 


C 


12 


N 




H 2 


/12/82 


B 


9 


N 




H 1 


/13/92 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


/ './92 




8 


N 




H 2 


1/16/92 




3 


N 




H 2 


/21/92 




3 


N 




H 2 


; /29/82 




13 


N 




S 2 


2/04/82 




9 


N 




H 2 


2/05/92 




10 


N 




S 2 


2/09/82 




4 


E 




S 2 


2/15/82 




5 


N 




H 2 


2/19/92 




11 


N 




H 2 


3/20/92 




5 


N 




H 2 


'./02/92 




8 


N 




H 2 


<./29/92 




6 


N 




S 2 


<./29/a2 




13 


N 




H 2 


6/27/82 




9 


N 




H 2 


6/29/82 




11 


N 




H 2 


7/02/82 




1 1 


N 




H 2 


7/15/82 




18 


N 




H 2 


a/12/92 




5 


N 




H 2 


10/06/92 




12 


N 




H 2 


10/10/92 




11 


N 




S 2 


11/25/92 




15 


N 




H 2 


12/31/62 




6 


N 




H 2 


3/16/82 


B 




N 




H 1 


4/21/82 


C 




N 




H 2 


5/13/82 


3 




P F 


L30 


S 2 


5/17/82 


A 




N 


U57 


H 2 


5/19/82 


C 




N 




H 2 


6/12/82 


8 




P N 


W36 


S 2 


12/21/82 


C 


8 


N 




H 2 


12/22/82 


c 


14 


N 




H 2 


5/23/82 


3 


8 


P N 


W60 


H 2 


6/04/82 


C 


3 


N 


W60 



S 2 1/09/92 A 
S 2 5/06/82 A 
H 2 5/07/82 C 



LIGHTHOUSE 
SE CAMPAIGN FALLS BEHIND SCHEDULE 
SE DRIVE "ISSES ITS GOAL 

ROLINA'S GREATEST SCENIC WONOER IS ABOUT TO DISAPPEAR! (CARTOONI 
AL SEAUEEO SLOWS EROSION AROUND CAPE HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE 
SE MUST BE MOVED 
ICS MAY BENEFIT N.C. 9ASES 
IVE PROFESSOR PILKEY 
PTIMISTIC ABOUT CAMPAIGN TO SAVE CAPE HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE 

GENEROSITY LAGS 
REATENING LIGHTHOUSE RETREAT 
OUNTY PUPILS AID LIGHTHOUSE 
LMS CO-STAR IN LIGHTHOUSE SPOT 
CHOICE TO SAVE LIGHTHOUSE 
SEAHALL IS ONLY A STOPGAP 
BEST HOPE TO SAVE LIGHTHOUSE 
Y OBSESSION - 

ISES ONE-THIRD OF GOAL TO SAVE LIGHTHOUSE 
HEED PROTECTS LIOHTHOJSE - 

FARTHER FROM LIGHTHOJSE 
BUT IT HORKS 



7/30/92 
9/08/92 



5/30/92 
10/22/82 



1/04/92 
1/05/92 
1/06/92 
1/07/82 
2/03/82 
2/14/92 
2/21/92 
3/15/92 
3/15/82 
4/09/92 
4/09/92 
4/10/92 
7/30/82 
a/04/82 
8/04/92 
9/12/92 
10/05/92 
11/05/92 
11/19/82 
11/27/82 



13 
1 



3 
11 



4 T T R56 

9 N 

1 N 009 

2 N 

1 o F A20 

1 N 



3 

1 

10 

4 

5 

19 



N W24 
N H24 



CAPE HATTERAS NATIONAL SEASHORE 



MONTHLY/A 



OMINOUS CONFLICT 

CAPE LOOKOUT LIGHTHOUSE 
SEE ALSO LIGHTHOUSES 

CAPE LOOKOUT STATION TO CLOSE 
COAST GUARD WILL CLOSE STATION 
COAST GUARO STATION CLOSES 

CAPE LOOKOUT NATIONAL SEASHORE 
oil: our COAST VULNERABLE 

CAPITAL PROAOCASTING CORP. 

CAPITOL BR0A0CA5TING TO BUY RADIO STATIONS 
CAPITOL BUYS RADIO STATIONS n VIRGINIA 

CAPITAL CITIES COMMUNICATIONS INC. 
CAPITAL CITIES EARNINGS RISE 
CHANNEL 11 NAMES GENERAL MANAGER 
BROADCASTING FIRM REALIGNS SELF 

CAPITAL CITY INVESTMENT 
SEC RULING 
DURHAM FIRM IN SUIT 
GROUP NAMES DURHAM FIRMi 



INDEX 
13/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



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BROKER IN SUIT 



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H 2 9/10/82 A 9 

H 2 10/03/82 10 

S 2 <./30/92 A 6 

S 2 7/09/82 A s 

H 2 7/10/82 B 1 



CAPITAL CLASSIC (HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL! „,.,, .„^„ 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, BASKETBALL ISEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER 
HUNTE' ACCEPTS BIOS , ,, 

HUNTER, DAUGHERTY CENTER STAGE IN CAPITAL CLASSIC 
HOME-GROWN PAIR STARS IN CAPITAL CLASSIC 
DUKE-BOUNO OAWKINS KEYS D.C. STARS 
EAST-WEST CLASH TO PROVIDE U.S. STARS A SECOND CHANCE 

CAPITAL COMMUNICATIONS CORP. 
WD8S SALE HITS SNAG 

FOUR OPPOSING WOBS SALE WANT SLACK-OWNED STATION 
MINORITY-OWNEO STATION SOUGHT BY DURHAM MEN 



INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLSl 

S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



CAPITAL HEALT 
SEE ALSO H 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO R 
EMPTY BE 
CENTER G 
CAPITAL 
CAPITAL 
NCCU TO 
A STEP C 
COUNTIES 
<, HEALTH 
HEALT 
LEE TURN 
COUNTY 
FIVE AGE 
AGENCY D 
HEARING 
ALCOHOL 
HEALTH 
HOSPITAL 
AGENCY 
HOSPITAL 
REPORT D 
FIRM SCR 
REVIEW 
HEALTH 8 
ALCOHOL 
COUNTY H 
ALCOHOL 



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F HOSP 
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EMS AGEN 
CARE 

HEALTH C 

EALTH CL 

MISSIONS 

NES AOOP 

AGENCY 

SYSTEMS 

OMPUTER 

TO SOCIA 

EFP AGEN 

PLANS GE 

SEEKS AI 

REQUEST 

FUNDING 

SEEK 14 

GET S15. 

ALCOHOL 

ENT CENT 

TO REVIE 

SEEKS 

DURHAM 

OHOL CEN 

HOSPITAL 

SPITAL P 

ITAL PLA 

ANCELS M 

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L GETS S 

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LANS 

" WITHDR 
EETING S 
ER GETS 
TATE'S 1 
DENIED 



RURAL AREA HOSPITALS 

T OF BUSINESS 
IN MARCH 

OICINE 
TING 
APPROVAL 

LTH AGENCY FUNDS 

S 

N 

ER 

OK 
ETING BIDS 
EATMENT CENTER 
FOR DRUG CENTER 
DENIED 



AWAL CANCELED 
ET FOR TODAY 
APPROVAL 

FOR DRUG CENTER 



CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

SEE DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 
SEE DEATH SENTENCES, U.S. 
SEE EXECUTIONS, N.C. 

CAPITALISM 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, U.S. 
SEE ALSO FREE ENTERPRISE 
WHOSE WORK ETHIC? 

CAPITOL FINANCING 

PANEL SUPPORTS THREE PURCHASES FOR CIVIC CENTER 

CAR POOLS 

SEE CARPOOLING 

CARBON MONOXIDE 

DURHAM AIR VIOLATES POLLUTION STANDARDS 
EPA, ARMY JOIN IN CARBON MONOXIDE STUDY 
CARBON MONOXIDE: NEW MONITOR RECORDS LEVELS PEOPLE BREATHE 

CARBON MONOXIOE POISONINGS 

SEE ACCIDENTS, CARBON MONOXIDE 

CARCINOGENS 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

NIEHS OEVELOPS TESTS FO" CANCER-CAUSING AGENTS 
NORMAL VITAMIN OOSES MAY HELP PREVENT CANCER 
TOO MUCH VITAMIN A DANGEROUS TO HEALTH 

CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CHOKING 
SEE ALSO HEART ATTACKS 
SEE ALSO HEIMLICH MANEUVER 

CPR COURSE TO BE OFFERED 

PROGRAM KEYS ON HOSPITAL STAFF NEEDS 

WHAT TO DO? LEARN CPR. . . 

DURHAM RESTAURANTS STRESSING HEALTH 

CAREER BURNOUT 
SEE STRESS 

CAREER PLANNING 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, 'J.S. 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CAREERS FAIR 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, CAREERS 

CAREER DAY AT CHEWNING 

CONSIDERING CAREERS 

CARGOLIFTEP 

SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 

AIRBORNE BE07 HEAVY-LIFT HELICOPTER TESTED 
INVENTOR HOPES TO MARKET CARGO COPTER 

CARIBBEAN 

BIG CARROT DIPLOMACY I CARTOONI 



2/17/82 
3/25/82 
3/26/82 
3/26/82 



3/28/82 B 8 



S 2 10/02/82 A 12 
H 2 10/05/82 B 1 
S 2 10/05/82 A 7 



N C09 
N C52 
N C52 



N 

N CI 



H 2 


1/02/82 


B 1 


N 


L30 


H 1 


1/05/82 


B 1 


N 




H 2 


1/07/82 


B 1 


N 


W24 


S 2 


1/07/82 


C 1 


N 




H 2 


1/10/82 


D 1 1 


N 




H 2 


1/21/82 


A 4 


L 




S 2 


3/0<./32 


C 1 


N 


F30 


S 2 


3/04/82 


C 1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


3/05/82 


A 15 


N 




H 1 


4/06/82 


B 1 


N 




S 2 


4/19/82 


C 1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


4/20/82 


B 1 


N 


881 


S 2 


4/20/82 


C 1 


N 




H 2 


5/04/82 


A 10 


N 


B81 


S 2 


5/08/82 


A 10 


N 




H 2 


5/30/82 


C 4 


N 




S 2 


7/03/82 


A 3 


N 


F30 


S 2 


7/08/82 


C 1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


7/09/82 


B 4 


N 




H 2 


3/08/82 


C 1 


N 


W36 


H 2 


8/28/82 


B 


N 




H 2 


9/01/82 


6 


N 




S 2 


9/01/82 


A 22 


N 




S 2 


9/28/82 


A 1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


9/29/82 


8 1 


N 




S 2 


11/02/82 


B 1 


N 


M23 



H 2 1/13/82 A 4 E 

H 2 11/30/82 B 1 N 881 



S 2 5/11/82 A 1 N K90 

H 2 6/27/82 C 2 N 

H 2 9/26/82 C 3 P N 330 



S 2 9/09/82 A 
H 2 10/23/82 C 
H 2 11/03/82 A 



H 1 2/27/82 B 1 N 

H 2 4/04/82 A 16 P N W24 

H 2 5/23/82 1 P F A20 

S 2 8/16/82 C I N C42 



H 2 5/03/82 A 4 E 

S 2 5/08/82 A 3 P P C56 



H 2 5/26/82 B I P N H60 
S 2 5/01/82 B 7 P N 



H 2 2/27/82 A 4 T r R56 



MONTHLY/4 



N N U 4 L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SENATE COMMITTEE 0K5 CENTRAL AMERICA AID PLAN 

CARLIE B. SE5S0MS 4HAR0 

SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 
SESSOMS NOMINEES TAKEN 
COMMISSION BEGINS SEARCH 
OROUP SEEKS NOMINATIONS FOR AJARD 

CARLTON'S GROCERY 

THIEVES TAKE BEER. 



WINE FROM GROCERY 



""^^^"JL'^o'aSivTirN.C.-CHAPEL HILL SPORTS. BASKETBALL 
LIGHTS OUT GAME JUST MITE EARLY AT UNC • S CARMICHAEL 
BASKETBALL BLACKOUT 

''°°SEe"aLSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. SPORTS 
TAR HEELS FIRST FOR ACC CUP 
UNC WINS lOTH CUP 
UNC WINS CARMICHAEL CUP 

CARNEGIE CORPORATE FUND 

HCINTYRE WILL BE MISSED 

CARNEGIE HERO FUND COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO HEROISM 

TO BE 4 HERO IS TO BEGIN ANEW 

CARNIVALS 

PREPARING FOR CARNIVAL 

C4R0C0 SERVICE ST4TI0N lUNIV. OR. I 

2 ARMED MEN ROB SERVICE STATHN 
2 MEN R03 GAS STATION 

2 HELD IN BREAK-INS FACE NEW tHARGES 
POLICE CHARGE 2 IN BREAK-IN 

CAROL WOODS (RETIREMENT COMPLEXI 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL RESIDENTIAL RETIREMENT CENTER. INC. 
SEE ALSO RETIREMENT HOMES 

CAROL WOODS OPERATORS SUE CONTRACTOR. ARCHITECT 
NURSING HOME WEEK EVENTS SCHEDULED 
GUARD FACES CHARGE 

CAROLANTIC INVESTMENTS 

ORANGF BOARD PAVES THE WAY FOR HOUSING 
ORANGE HOUSING PLANS APPROVED 

CAROLINA 5DD 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 

PARSONS CAPTURES POLE FOR ROC< INGHAM RACE 

PETTY'S INJURED FOOT DOESN'T ; LOUD HIS ROCKINGHAM MARK 

POSTPONEMENTS WAY OF LIFE AT ROCKINGHAM 

WALTRIP FAVORED IN CAROLINA 50 

^ALTRIP AND JUNIOR BACK ON WINNING ROAD AGAIN 

PRACTICE CURTAILED FOR CAROLINA 500 

Y4RB0R0UGH 5I0E-STEPS CRASH. TAKES CAROLINA 500 

WALTRIP ONE OF SEVERAL CRASH VICTIMS 

tl7.3fc0: CALE CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY IN STYLE 

CAROLINA ACTION 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY ORGAN 1 2 AT IONS FOR REFORM NOW lACORNI 
IRS: GROUP OWES BACK TAX 
CAROLINA ACTION HIT WITH TAX LIEN 
IGNORING THF RULES 
CLIPPED COMMENT 

DUKF POWER. LtM ASKED FOR FUEL AID 
GROUP SEEKS FUEL AID FROM DURHAM FIRMS 
TACTICS ILL-ADVISED 

PANFL SUPPORTS REMOVAL FOR TOD MANY ABSENCES 
DURHAM PANEL URGES GRANT LAW BE REDRAWN 
COUNCILMEN CLASH ON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MATTER 
COUNCILMEN DISAGREE ON RULE 
GROUP OPPOSING BILL 
TENT CITY PROTEST PLANNED 
CAROLINA ACTION CLOSES ITS OFFICE IN GREENSBORO 

C4R0LIN4 ANNUAL GIVING PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. GIFTS L FUND RAISING 

3 BUSINESS FIRMS DONATE TO UNC 

CAROLINA BANK (ABEPDEENI 

FBI SAYS BANK UNDER INVESTIGATION 

CAROLINA BEACH 

TWO DILAPIDATED BARGES ARE SUMK AT ARTIFICIAL REEF 

CAROLINA BEACH STREET NAMED FOR A WINNER 

DURHAM MAN JAILED IN BEACH STABBING 

CONDOMINIUMS: CAROLINA BEACH OFFICIALS REPORT CONSTRUCTION UP 

CAROLINA BEVERAGE CORP. 

MAKERS OF N.C. BEVERAGE SEEK EXPANSION 

CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO. 

MECKLENBURG EYES SELLING ITS DEAD CATS 

OK TO SELL DEAD CATS 

WANTED: CATCHING FIREFLIES PAYS IN ALAMANCE 

CAROLINA BLUE SODA 

SEE ALSO SOFT DRINKS 

THIRSTY FANS DOWN CAROLINA BLJ E SODA 
FOLKS AROUND HERE 

CAROLINA BRICK FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO BRICK COMPANIES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. N.C. 
SEE 4LS0 SANFORD. N.C. 

BRICK FESTIVAL TO BE HELD FRIDAY. SATURDAY 

CAROLINA BROWN LUNG ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BROWN LUNG DISEASE 

BROWN LUNG GROUP FACES MONEY WOES 
BROWN LUNG ASSOCIATION SEEKS HELP 

CAROLINA CHARTER 

SEE ALSO N.C. HISTORY 

N.C. CHARTER PANEL LEFT MEMORIES 
CAROLINAS CHARTER IS GOING TO S.C. 

CAROLINA CHRISTIAN COMMUNICATIONS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM LIFE BROADCASTING. INC. 
SEE ALSO WLFL (DURHAM. N.C.I 
A GIFT TO WLFL TURNS ON WTVD 

CAROLINA CINEMA CORP. OF DURHAM 



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S 2 
H 2 



2/28/82 A 
2/28/82 C 



■V/25/82 B 11 
5/07/B2 D 3 
5/09/82 B 6 



N S36 

P M66 



N C52 

N 



S 2 l/0<./82 A « E 

H 2 6/06/82 1 P F A20 
S 2 5/26/82 B I P P T37 



S 2 3/17/82 C 1 

H 2 3/18/82 A 17 

H 2 <./14/B2 A 3 

S 2 <./l<./82 A 6 



H 2 2/17/82 B 1 P N 
S 2 5/05/32 C 16 N 
S 1 10/26/82 B 1 N 



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2 


10/04/82 


A 


3 


N 


346 


H 


2 


10/05/82 


A 


8 


N 




H 




2/26/82 


r 


1 P N 


S9l 


H 




2/28/82 


H 


6 


N 




H 




3/01/82 


H 


/ 


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S91 


H 




3/07/82 


H 


9 


N 




H 




3/25/82 


(1 


? 


N 


S91 


s 


? 


3/27/32 


A 


9 


N 




H 


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3/29/32 


H 


? 


N 


S91 


H 


? 


3/29/82 


B 


i 


N 


S91 


s 


2 


3/29/82 


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8 P N 




s 


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1/11/82 


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1 


N 


S83 


H 




1/12/32 


A 


1 1 


N 




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1/18/82 


A 


4 


F 




H 




1/28/82 


A 


4 


F 




H 




1/28/82 


A 


10 


N 


S5l 


s 




1/28/82 


A 


15 


N 




s 




2/02/32 


A 


<i 


F 




s 




2/03/82 


1 


1 


N 


K90 


H 




2/04/>>2 


A 


13 


N 


S51 


H 




2/18/82 


H 


1 P N 


S51 


S 




2/13/32 


C 


1 


N 


K90 


S 




6/13/82 


A 


8 


N 




H 


7 


10/22/82 


r 


S 


N 




H 


2 


12/10/32 


A 


13 


N 





H 2 8/22/82 Oil N 
H 2 3/12/82 C 5 N 



5/08/82 B 
5/11/82 C 
5/26/82 B 
7/20/82 4 



N 
P F 



S 2 3/12/82 A 



H 2 3/11/32 A 10 N 
S 2 3/12/32 4 4 E 
H 2 10/03/82 A 24 P N 



S 2 
H 2 



4/19/82 A 
4/30/B2 B 



3 N 
I U 



H 1 4/28/32 B 1 N H60 



H 2 5/24/82 E 1 
S 2 5/24/82 C 3 



S 2 6/03/82 C 16 F 
H 2 12/02/82 A 8 N 



H 2 1/24/82 F 1 P F A20 



M0NTHLY/4N 



NUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



NEH LIFE FOR THIS OLD BiLLaOO" 

DOHNTOWN »RTS COMPLEX PBOPOSEO FOR DURHAM 

COMMITTEE UNVEILS PROPOSAL FO^ CITY ARTS COMPLEX 

CINEMA GROUP PACKS CENTER BONO 

CINEMA CORP. 9ACKS CIVIC CENT':r 30N0 ISSUE 

ARTS CENTER WOULD AID PLANS FDR CIVIC CENTER 

ARTS COMPLEX: lOEA .(ORTH CONSIDERATION 

DENT LEAVES THEATER 

MAGGIE DENT SWAPS THEATRES 

A COMPLEX COURSE IS CHARTED 

MEET SET ON ARTS COMPLEX 

CAROLINA CLOUNS 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
"BE A CLOWNi EE A CLOWN. . ." 

CAROLINA COMMITTEE ON CENTRAL AMERICA 
GROUP PROTESTS U.S. POLICIES 
CORRECTION 
GROUPS PLAN PROTEST VIGILS ON U.S. POLICY 

CAROLINA CUP 

CAROLINA PEWTER. GONE WITH Ttt UI NO. . .ALMOST • 

CAROLINA DANCERS 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

DANCE GROUP 3ALANCES AESTHETICS. 



ECONOMICS 



'URHAM MOTEL FIRE 



MATH SCHOOL 



CAROLINA DESIGNER CRAFTS-EN ^,,„ ,.„, 

CRAFTSMEN'S EXHIBITION LIKE HOLIDAY LEFTOVERS 
CBAFT GUILD SEEKING NEW MEMBERSHIP 
CRAFTSMEN'S GROUP SEEKS NEW WORKS 
CRAFTSMEN'S FAIR TO OPEN FRIDAY 
CRAFTSMEN'S FAIR OPENS TOMORROW 

CAROLINA DUKE MOTOR INN 

FIRE DAMAGES "OTEL 500MS 
INVESTIGATION CONTINUES INTO 
TWO MEN ROB MOTEL 
TWO MEN ROB DURHAM MOTEL 
COMMUNITY TO RESCUE 
ORGANIZATIONS HELPED SCIENCE. 
TWO ROBBED AT DURHAM MOTEL 
COUPLE ROBBED AT MOTEL 

'"AROLINA FARM STEWARDSHIP ASSOCIATION 

SPRING CONFERENCE FEATURES ECOLOGIST 

'-*''°'-FoJl''bu"iNESS: 'STATE'S LARGEST FOOD INDUSTRY FALLS ON HARD TIMES 

CAROLINA FOEE "RESS 

CHAPEL HILL PAPER BACKS CONSERVATIVES 

CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP. 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS 

FREIGHT COMPANY SUES MAGAZINE 
FREIGHT FIRM TO LAUNCH NEW SERVICE 

CAROLINA FRIENDS HIGH SCHOOL 

SEE CAROLINA FRIENDS UPPER SCHOOL 

CAROLINA FRIENDS MIDDLE SCHOOL 
CLEANUP COMMITTEE 

CAROLINA FRIENDS SCHOOL IGENERAL HEADINGl 
APT DISPLAY 
GET READY 
JAMMING 

CAROLINA FRIENDS SCHOOL CRAFTS FAIR 
SEE ALSO CRAFT SHOWS 

A CAROLINA FRIENDS CRAFT FAIR 

CAROLINA FRIENDS UPPER SCHOOL 

RACE RELATIONS STUDY WINS TEES-AGER GRANT 

OFF FOR BUSY THREE DAYS 

CFS STUDENTS HELP 'WINTERIZE' HOMES 

CAROLINA JEANS (E. GEE' ST.l 
SHOP ROBBED ON EAST GEER 

CAROLINA LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BULLS 

SEE ALSO SALE" RECBIROS (VIRGINIA) 

3 CONTRACTS WITH PARENT FRANCHISES LEAVE NO ORPHANS IN CAROLINA LEAGUE 

COOPER'S LATE. BUT STILL STAYS IN BRAVES' COOP 

OEwS' THUMBINGS RARE; SOSA WALKING SOME MILES 

PITCHING. HITTING AND FIELDING: YOU NAME IT, THE SOX LACK IT 

BULLS' FISHER VOTED LEAGUE'S ?EST FOR HAY 

BULLS CLINCH DIVISION TITLE 

OEwS GLAO BULLS DID IT ALL BY THEMSELVES 

HATS OFF TO THE BULLS , , 

OEwS. SEVEN BULLS NAMED TO LEAGUE'S ALL-STAR GAME 

CAROLINA LEAGUE EXPANSION SEE'' UNLIKELY BY "ILLS 

BULLS LOOK TD RENEW AGREEMENTS 

CAROLINA LEAGUE HITS OEWS WITH STIFF FINE 

DAL CANTON NOMINATED FOR HALL OF FAME; SHIPANOFF SETS MARK 

BULLS CAPTURE TWO OF THREE 

DEPLETED ROTATION DOOMED BULLS' SECOND HALF 

PLAYOFF SYSTEM UNIQUE. BUT DUE FOR CHANGE 

BULLS VS. PILOTS IN TITLE GAME 

DUKES DEAL BULLS SECOND PLAYa'= F LOSS 

GOLDTHORN HR HANDS DUKES CHAMPIONSHIP 

DUKES CAPTURE TITLE AS BULLS OROP 3RD STRAIGHT ,^„,- 

CAROLINA LEAGUE VOTES TO CHANGE PLAYOFF FORMAT TO BEST-CF-THREE 

CAROLINA LEAGUE EYES BURLINGTON 

CAROLINA LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME 

BULLS COLLECT ALL-STAR INVITATIONS 
EIGHT BULLS IN STAR GAME 
NORTHERN WINS ALL-STAR CONTEST 
NORTH STARS TOP SOUTH 
SOSA, HAGMAN ON TEAM 

CAROLINA MEADOWS 

SFE ALSO RETIREMENT HOMES 

RETIREMENT VILLAGE PLANNED IN CHATHAM 
CAROLINA MEADOWS PROJECT MOVING ALONG 

CAROLINA MOTOR CLUP , , 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE MOTOR CLUB , ,,, 

POLL FINDS SUPPORT FOR MANDATORY DU I SENTENCES 
CLUB REPORTS GAS PRICES OOwN SLIGHTLY 



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5/18/82 
5/19/82 
5/19/82 
5/20/82 
5/20/92 
5/2<./S2 
9/16/82 
9/17/82 
10/30/82 
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371 
W66 
W66 
W66 


H 2 
H 2 


*/30/B2 
5/07/82 


D 



6 

1 


p 

p 


N 

F 


W66 


H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


1/23/62 
1/26/82 
7/28/82 


A 

A 

B 


5 
10 




N 
N 
N 




H 2 


12/03/82 


D 


I 


p 


p 


W66 


H 2 


5/14/82 


D 


u 




R 


L34 


H 2 

SI 

H 1 
S 2 


1/29/82 

3/12/R2 

3/14/82 

ll/2'./e2 

11/25/82 


D 
D 
D 


10 
8 
6 
1 
6 


p 


U 
N 
N 
N 
N 


G6 8 


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


1/19/92 
1/18/82 
3/21/92 
8/22/92 
9/20/92 
9/27/82 
11/09/82 
11/10/62 


A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



3 


10 
9 

3 

10 

5 
1 
4 




N 
N 
N 
N 
L 
L 
N 
N 





H 2 3/22/82 B 6 
H 2 3/29/82 A 9 
S 2 9/06/62 C 1 



5/26/82 A 
7/11/82 A 



S 2 3/23/82 B 1 P P S76 



2/25/82 

4/24/92 

U/12/82 



C56 
C56 
R91 



S 2 3/25/32 D 6 



5/29/92 

9/11/92 

12/19/82 



H 2 8/2B/B2 A 



2/07/82 
3/21/92 
5/16/62 
5/23/82 
6/03/82 
6/16/82 
6/16/82 
6/19/92 
6/20/82 
6/20/92 
7/04/82 
3/07/62 
3/22/82 
9/23/92 
3/29/82 
8/30/32 
9/01/82 
9/04/82 
9/05/82 
9/06/92 
10/25/82 
ll/l4/»2 



B 6 

B 11 

B 11 

6 12 



B 

D 2 

B 12 

8 2 



C 

e 2 

8 1 

D 5 

6 

B 11 



N M71 
N M71 
N M7 1 
N "71 
N 
N 



N "71 

N M71 

N M71 

N M71 
N 

N M71 

U M71 

N M71 

N M71 

N MTl 



S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



6/21/82 
6/29/92 3 
6/30/82 C 
6/30/P2 3 
8/26/82 C 



2 9/24/92 A 1 
2 11/21/82 10 



5/23/82 
9/01/92 



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N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 93 
1/07/83 



CITY GETTING SAFETY AWARD 

GAS PRICES DOWN SLIGHTLY 

INCREASE IN OBINMNG AGE IS URGED BY CAROLINA MOTOR CLUB DIRECTORS 

N.C. MOTORISTS TO EXPECT LOWE? GASOLINE PRICES 

CAROLINA PARACHUTE CORP. 

ROxeORO PARACHUTE PIRM IS AWARDED SUBCONTRACT 

CAROLINA POLL 
SEE ALSO P 
SEE ALSO U 

CAROLINA 

POLL: RE 

POLL TNO 

POLL: RE 

BEER CAN 

CAROLINA 

STATE GO 

poll: TA 

TAR HEEL 

TAR HEEL 

CLIPPED 

HARDLY B 

UNC POLL 

POLL 

POLL: CO 

POLL IND 



RNING DEVICES AT PLANTS 

NAGEMENT 

EO 

PASS-THROUGHS 

URGED 

ASES FOR RATES ON FUEL 

HER ADS 

MISSION IS GENEROUS 

END PROPOSALS TO RELAX SOOT LIMITS 
S N-PLANT TUBE PROBLEM 



ECUTIVES 
COST CHANGES 



I 



OLLS 

NIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 

POLL SAYS HUNT HAS LEAD OVER HELMS 
AGAN POPULARITY DOWN IN N.C. 
ICATES DRINKING AGE RAISE FAVORED 
AGAN PERFORMANCE SLIPPING 

PACK HARDER PUNCH THAN WHISKEY 

POLL SAYS GRAHAM LEADS IN NAME RECOGNITION 
TAKES ISSUE WITH POLL 
HEELS BELIEVE OUIS GET OFF LIGHT 
S STILL LIKE N.C.t POLL SHOWS 
S BELIEVE STATE IS BEST IN WHICH TO LIVE 
COMMENT 
ORING 

SAYS HUNT WOULD DEFEAT HELMS 
C. PR0FES5I0MALS LIKE REAGAN 
LLEGE GRADUATES LIKELY TO BACK EVOLUTION 
ICATES SUPPORT TO REDUCE ACID RAIN 

CAROLINA POPULATION CENTER 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CAROLINA POPULATION CENTER 

CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT CO. 

N.C. UTILITIES HAVE NUCLEAR WA 
FIRM SELECTED TO STUDY CPCL MA 
FUTURE CPCL RATE HIKES PREDICT 
CPCL REOUESTS FUEL ADJUSTMENT 
UTILITIES PANEL ASKED TO DENY 
REPORT SAYS OUTAGE AVOIDABLE 
REJECTION OF FUEL COSTS HIKES 
CPCL SEEKING RATE INCREASE 
CPCL REOUEST DRAWS FIRE 
DUKE POliER. CPCL GRANTED INCRE 
FINE AGAINST CPCL IS LOWERED 
CONSUMERS WILL PAY FOR DUKE PO 
CPCL RATE HIKE DENIAL IS URGED 
BROKERS SAY N.C. UTILITIES COM 
POWER CUSTOMERS TO GET REFUNDS 
STATE, UTILITIES OFFICIALS OEF 
CPCL. DUKE POWER SEE NO SERIOJ 
N-PLANT IMPACT SAID DECREASED 
PHONES RING OVER CPCL PAY HIKE 
HUNT TO MEET WITH UTILITIES EX 
HUNT STANDS BY UTILITIES FUEL 
CPCL RATE INCREASE IS APPEALED 
COURT UPHOLDS JUDGE'S RULING 
COURT'S INTERPRETATION UPHOLDS 
SIX-DIGIT SALARIES 
SHARING THE SALARIES 
CPCL EXECUTIVE SALARIES HAVE L 
CPCL IS BUILDING OFFICE IN FRA 
CPCL PLANS OFFICE NEAR LOUISBJ 
MODIFY THE FUEL CLAUSE 
POWER RATES SOARING 
SHEARCN HARRIS PLANT MAY STORE 
POWER COMPANY IS SEEKING TO GU 
HEM=ERS OF UTILITIES PANEL CRI 
CPCL FINED FOR FISH KILL 
A SYSTEM OF SELF-INTEREST 
CPCL SHAREHOLDERS DEFEAT RESOL 
DUKE POWER. CPCL ASKING FUEL A 
CPCL EXECUTIVE GETS PAY RAISE 
CHAIRMAN'S RAISE WON'T BE PART 
BILL AFFECTS UTILITY TRADING 
NEW LAW BLAMEn FOR HEAVY SALES 
UTILITY LOBBYISTS BLAME COMING 
CPCL PAYS FINE. DAMAGES 
CPCL PAYS FINE, DAMAGES 
N-PLANT DEVICES SAID SABOTAGED 
CPCL RATE REQUEST OPPOSED 
CPCL RAPS RATE-CUT PROPOSAL 
UTILITIES MAY APPEAL PROPOSAL 
SPOKESMEN FOR TWO UTILITIES DE 
N-PLANT PREHEARING CONFERENCE 
NRC'S STAFF URGES FINE AGAINST 
CPCL TO TEST SOLAR-HEATED WATE 
CPCL PRESIDENT DEFENDS CONSTRU 
CPCL TO SHUT NUCLEAR PLANT 
CPCL MAY FACE FINE FROM NRC 
CPCL COULD 9E FINED FOR NOT CD 
BRUNSWICK NUCLEAR PLANT SHUT 1 
CPCL REACTORS NOT OPERATING 
CPCL REACTOR STILL DOWN 
CPCL GUARDS ARE SUSPENDED 
CPCL PAYS FINE OF tl20,D00 
GROUP OPPOSES RATE RE'JUEST 
LOWEST NRC SAFETY RANK INCLUDE 
CPCL BACKS NUCLEAR WASTE BILL 
NUCLEAR RECORD MAY HOLD DOWN C 
PLANT EMISSION PLAN IS PRAISED 
CPCL MOVING OFFICIAL TO BRUNSW 
UTILITIES PANEL HOLDS CPCL H IK 
CPCL RAPS RATE RULING 
ANALYSTS REASSESSING COMMISSIO 
STATE UTILITIES COMMISSION GET 
CRCL STOCK SALES BRISK 
CPCL STOCK DROPS; LAYOFFS PLAN 
CPCL LOUISBURG OFFICE TO OPEN 
RADIOACTIVE ROD MISSING; COAL 
CPCL MAY SCRAP NUCLEAR PLANT, 
CPCL DELAYS PROJECTS AND FREEZ 
CPCL TO USE 6 INMATES 
CANDIDATES: UTILITIES OFFERED 
CO-OPS OPPOSE CPCL RATE HIKE 
CPCL AND CO-OP REACH SETTLEMEN 
CPCL GIVES $3.<.00 TO N.C. CAND 
84 CANDIDATES GET JS.'.OD FROM 
APPEALS COURT RULES CPCL WILL 
STUDIES INDICATE FISH INCREASI 
DUKE, CPCL HELP BUY NUCLEAR RE 
OFFICIALS TRYING TO DETERMINE 
INSIDER TRADING NOTED AT UTILI 
CPCL WILL TEST USE OF PEAT 
COLD POOSTS POWER DEMAND BUT N 
UTILITIES MEET DEMAND FOR POW" 
STUDY BY FIRM PRAISES CPCL MAN 
CPCL TO SHOW NEW OFFICE 



JUDGE'S RULING 



AGGED 
NKLIN 
RG 



SPENT FUEL 
ARD NUCLEAR INVESTMENTS 
TICUE CPCL PAY RAISES 



UTION TO HALT NUCLEAR POWER CONSTRUCTION 
DJUSTMENT RATE CUTS 

OF RATE REOUEST, CPCL SAYS 

OF UTILITY STOCKS 

ELECTION FOR FUEL RATE LEGISLATION 



REJECTION 

FEND FIRMS' SAFETY RECORDS 

HELD 

CPCL 
R 
CTION 



NDUCTING TESTS 
63 DAYS LAST YEAR 



S BRUNSWICK PLANTS 

PCL INCREASE 

ICK 

E UNDER ONE PERCENT 

N 

TING TOUGHER, SOME SAY 

NEO 

CAR TO BE SEARCHED 
COMPANY OFFICIAL SAYS 
ES HIRING 



lOATES 

CPCL POLITICAL GROUP 

RECEIVE RATE INCREASE 

NG IN HYCO LAKE 

BUTTAL ADS 

IF RATE RULINGS FORM A 

TIES 

RECORDS SET 

R 

AGEMENT 



N E 

P 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



DATE 

9/02/P2 
9/05/82 
ll/U/82 
ll/2'>/82 



S 

E 

C PG 

C 4 

9 

6 3 



H 1 <,/17/82 B 1 



H 


? 


3/2<./n2 


r 


5 


N 


H 


? 


3/25/82 


r 


1 4 


N 


H 


? 


3/27/82 


A 


1() 


N 


s 


? 


4/02/82 


(. 


1 


N 


H 


> 


<./07/82 


A 


1 / 


N 


H 


/ 


4/11/82 


A 


4 


N 


H 


? 


4/14/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 


? 


4/24/82 


r 


1 


N 


H 


/ 


4/25/82 


A 


•J 


N 


S 


/ 


4/26/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 


? 


4/30/82 


A 


4 


F 


H 


7 


5/04/82 


A 


4 


F 


S 


7 


I0/2D/82 


A 


1 


N 


s 


7 


10/26/82 


A 


1 


N 


s 


7 


11/18/82 


( 


1 7 


N 


H 


2 


11/30/82 


A 


15 


N 



S 2 


1/04/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/22/82 


A 


6 


N 


S 2 


2/02/82 


B 


6 


N 


H 2 


2/03/82 


B 


14 


N 


H 2 


2/14/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


2/17/82 


A 


7 


N 


H 2 


2/18/82 


D 


6 


N 


H 2 


2/20/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


2/21/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


2/27/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/27/82 


A 


10 


N 


S 2 


3/01/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/12/82 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


3/22/82 


B 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/29/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


3/30/62 


A 


11 


N 


H 2 


4/01/82 


D 


6 


N 


H 2 


4/09/82 


C 


q 


N 


H 2 


4/11/62 


A 


13 


N 


S 2 


4/12/82 


A 


2 


N 


H 2 


4/15/82 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


4/15/82 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


4/15/82 


B 


1 


N B51 


S 2 


4/15/82 


A 


17 


N 


H 2 


4/21/82 


A 


4 


E 


S 2 


4/21/82 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


4/23/82 


A 


4 


L 


H I 


4/23/82 


B 


1 


N 


S 2 


4/24/82 


A 


20 


N 


H 2 


4/28/82 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/03/82 


A 


5 


L 


H 2 


5/09/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


5/10/82 


8 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/14/82 


C 


5 


N 


H 1 


5/14/82 


B 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/17/82 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/20/82 


B 


3 


N 


H 2 


5/26/82 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


6/09/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


6/17/62 


C 


14 


N 


S 2 


6/18/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


6/19/82 


A 


9 


N 


5 2 


6/21/82 


A 


12 


J 


H 2 


6/29/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 1 


6/29/82 


8 


I 


N 


H 2 


6/30/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


7/02/82 


C 


18 


N 


H 2 


7/04/62 


A 


19 


N 


S 2 


3/04/62 


C 


12 


N 


H 2 


7/08/82 


B 


5 


N 


H 1 


7/16/82 


B 


1 


N 


H 2 


7/17/62 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


7/18/62 


D 


10 


N 


H 2 


7/22/82 


B 


5 


N 


H 2 


7/26/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


7/30/82 


B 


4 


N 


S 2 


7/30/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


8/01/62 


A 


11 


N 


H 2 


3/06/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 2 


8/14/82 


B 


12 


N 


H 2 


8/16/62 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


8/17/82 


8 


3 


N 


H 2 


8/19/82 


C 


12 


N 


H 2 


8/19/82 


C 


20 P 


N 


S 2 


8/30/62 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


9/06/82 


A 


ID 


N 


H 2 


9/11/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 1 


9/17/82 


B 


1 


N 


H 2 


9/25/82 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


9/25/82 


A 


13 


N 


S 2 


9/27/82 


C 


3 


N 


H 2 


9/28/82 


A 


6 


N 


S 2 


9/28/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


9/29/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 1 


9/30/82 


3 


1 


N 


H 2 


10/01/82 


A 


5 


N 


S 2 


10/01/62 


C 


3 


N 


H 2 


10/06/82 


A 


7 


N 


H 2 


10/14/82 


A 


23 


N 


H 2 


10/16/82 


B 


5 


N 


S 2 


10/18/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 1 


10/22/82 


B 


1 


N 


S 2 


10/26/62 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


10/28/32 


C 


1 3 


N 


H 2 


11/04/82 


B 


q 


N 


H 1 


11/12/82 


B 


i 


N 


H 2 


11/14/62 


A 


8 


N 


S 2 


11/18/82 


C 


1 


N S83 


H 2 


1/28/82 





9 


N 


H 1 


2/02/82 


B 


1 


N 


H 1 


2/14/82 


6 


1 


N L30 


S 2 


12/14/82 


C 


1 


N S83 


H 2 


12/16/82 


A 


19 


N 


H 1 


12/18/82 


B 


1 


N 



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1/01/8? 



I N E X 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE ■"• 
1/07/83 



CPtL TO P»T NO INCREASE IN DIVIDEND 

160.000 TO SHARE HEATING HO '■ONEY 

SO»E OBSERVERS SAY UTILITIES ' ANEL TOUGHER 

rARHL TNA POWER AND LIGHT CO.. MAYO CREEK GENERATING PLANT ^,,„,, 

SEE ALSO UTILITY PLANTS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR ELECTRICAL 
LEADERS: SO"<E 0"= THEM ARE aORN WOMEN 
FIRST COAL TO ARRIVE TODAY AT MAYO PLANT 
CPCL'S "AY3 PLANT GENERATES ELECTRICITY 

CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT CO.. SALES AND EARNINGS 
CPCL DIVIDEND 

CPCL PROFITS INCREASE 26X , „^ „ .„,,-. 

CPLL REPORTS PROFITS UP 16. 5t IN THIRD QUARTER 

CAROLINA REGIONAL THEATRE 

SEE ALSO PLAYMAKERS REPERTORY C3 . 
SMITH IN PLAY , „„ . 

EXPERT TREATMENT OF 'GOOD DOCTOR' 
CRT'S 'GOOD DOCTOR' MISSES ON BASICS 
ARTS GRANTS GO TO NINE N.C. STAGES .^_^, 
REGIONAL THEATER TO 00 CHEZ CTNDORET SHOWS 
CAROLINA REGIONAL THEATER GOES CAEARET 
4 THEATER GROUPS GET ARTS GRA^ITS 

CAROLINA RELAYS 

^^IsNYAN A ilNNER IN CAROLINA RELAYS 

""'"■n."p|J??sl35s"SE^5Y ISRAELI MILITARY ACTION 

CAROLINA REST HOME 

3 CITED FOR WATER SYSTEMS .^.^..c 

PENALTIES POSSII^LE ^OR WATER VIOLATIONS 

CAROLINA SATELLITE NEWS 

HOURLY STATE NEWSCASTS ARE PLANNED 

CAROLINA SKILL ADVANCEMENT CENTER _ -,„... ...^ .rT 

SEE ALSO COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT 
SFE ALSO JOB TRAINING 

N'i°L22°A^p'iR'ENl^'M3LJfk5S■S SPENDING CETA FUNDS 
EFFORTS BEGIN TO TRACK HOBBY JOBS-MONEY 

CAROLINA SPQRTWEAR IWARRENTQNI 

BARREN APPROVES NE w PLANT PROJECT 

CAROLINA STREET TRUCKERS 
TRUCKERS FOR KIDS 

CAROLINA STUDENTS FOR LIFE 

STUDENT GROUP WARNS OF ACTION AGAINST ABORTIONS 
ANTI-ABORTION TACTICS HURTING LARGER CAUSE 
PRO-LIFE STUDENTS PICKET FIRM 

CAROLINA STUDY CENTER 
SEE ALSO EVANGELISM 

COURSES OFFERED BY STUDY CENTER 

CAROLINA SYMPOSIUM , ,„„„„,,. 

SFE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. SYMPOSIA 
•SMFRICA IN PIECES' TITLE OF SYMPOSIUM 
WOLFE'S PROGNOSIS: 00000000000 OOOH 

CAOOLINA TARWHEELS BICYCLE CLUB 
SEE ALSO BICYCLE TRIPS 

FAMILY BICYCLE EVENT SCHEDULED APRIL 18 
TARWHEELS PLANNING DURHAM BICYCLE DAY 
MOBILE "AYOR 

"^"""■Jl^iRINGrSLANNEo'THlS WEEK ON CAROLINA TELEPHONE RATES 

CAROLINA TELEPHONE DELIVERING DIRECTORIES .„„-„„.. 
INCREASE IN PHONE RATES FOR PJ-STATE CALLS WINS APPROVAL 
JTILITIES GROUP OKS CTCT RATE INCREASE 
fcttJ„iSE EXECUTIVES SAY COST-CUTTING STEPS OROEREO 
PROBE BY CTtT REPORTEDLY FINOS GIFTS TO SOME OFFICERS 
CTCT SAYS THREE DISCIPLINED 

^;k^c"!?.^F'iE^r^ll'l^LosE of ctct .nqu.ry, ^ 

TELEPHONE FIR" REVISING POLICY ON BILLING CALLS 

CAROLINA THEATER (DURHAM. N.C.I 

SEE ALSO DURHAM AUDITORIUM ,„,„,. 

A CITY NEEDS FOCUS TO FOSTER 'RIDE. SPIRIT 
THE BALLROOM , , ,. .„, 

'TSI'SAiigi^SisT'S^iM";^ SSJHlS':''5^L5NfEERS ARE NEEDED TO HELP RESTORE 
NE« LIFE FOR ''HIS OLD BALLROO" 
FRIENDS OF THEATER REWARDED WITH TOUR 
RENOVATION SOUGHT FOR CITY LANDMARKS 
BALLROOM REGAINING LUSTER 

DOWNTOWN ARTS COMPLEX PROPOSED FOR DURHAM 
COMMITTEE UNVEILS PROPOSAL FOR CITY ARTS COMPLEX 
ARTS CENTER WOULD AID PLANS FDR CIVIC CENTER 
ARTS complex: IOEA WCRTH CONSIDERATION 

RESTORING BALLROOM IS EPUCATIDN, WORK 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DlflHAM 

DENT LEAVES THEATER 

MAGGIE DENT SWAPS THEATRES 

DENT TO OPEN THEATER 

FASHION STEPS OUT FOR CHARITY 

POWER FAILURE DARKENS THE ARTS 

CAROLINA TIMES INEWSPAPERI 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS. DURHAM 

NAACP TO STAND BY VOTE ON DURHAM CIVIC CENTER 
BUILDING SITE CONFLICT CAUSES NEW HUNT 

CAROLINA^T|RE^CO.^ INOEX DECLINES IN NOVEMBER 

CAROLINA TRADE MART 

FASHION SILHOUETTE HAS HAT, LDW HEELS 
N.C. M4RT IS THIRD LARGEST 

''""""DURHA-^LI'RARY, duke get humanities GRANTS 
HELP FOR NEW WRITERS HERE 



N 
P 


c 



DATE 


S 

c 

C 


PG 


L 

L 


T 
Y 
P BYL 


H 
H 
H 


2 

2 
2 


12/19/^2 
12/20/32 
12/2T/82 


A 
A 
A 


15 

a 

3 




N 
N 
N 


UTILITIES) 

H 
H 
H 


2 
1 

I 


1/08/92 
10/19/82 
12/08/82 


B 
3 
B 


2 
1 
1 





F B30 
N 

N 


H 
H 
H 


2 
2 

2 


3/20/82 

<./0«/?2 

10/27/82 


A 
A 

A 


5 
8 
8 




N 
N 
N 


s 

s 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 
2 

2 
2 

2 


1/27/82 
2/0<./82 
2/05/82 
2/28/82 
3/19/82 
<./02/92 
7/2 5/82 


A 
D 
D 

D 
D 
D 


15 

5 

10 

6 

4 
I 
7 


p 

p 

p 


N 

R N25 

N 

U W66 
F W66 
N 



H 2 4/11/92 B 6 P N 

H 1 8/14/82 B 1 N 

H 2 12/23/82 A 8 N 

S 2 12/29/32 C I N K90 

H 2 8/24/82 A 10 N 



3/05/82 
4/06/82 
7/19/82 



H 1 9/08/82 B 



S 2 12/11/82 A 3 P P C56 



2/04/32 
8/19/82 
8/20/82 
9/22/82 



I 
13 



M66 
W36 



H 2 2/27/82 A 



S 2 
H 2 



3/11/82 A 
3/18/82 a 



S 2 3/24/82 C 17 
H 2 4/09/82 12 
S 2 4/17/82 A 3 



H 2 


1/25/32 


A 


3 




N 




H 1 


1/27/82 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 


2/06/82 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


4/07/82 


n 


I 




N 




H 2 


5/13/32 


5 


4 




N 




H 2 


5/13/92 


A 


a 




N 




H I 


5/25/32 


B 


1 




N 




H 1 


8/31/82 


B 


I 




N 




H 2 


9/19/82 


A 


8 




N 




H 1 


11/06/82 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 


10/02/82 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


1/27/82 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


2/11/92 


3 


1 


n 


U 




H 2 


3/02/82 


A 


5 




J 




S 2 


3/18/82 





2 


P 


F 


371 


H 2 


4/06/°2 


A 


6 


P 


N 




S 2 


4/06/92 


A 


I 




N 


K90 


S 2 


4/12/92 


C 


1 




N 


K90 


S 2 


5/18/92 


A 


1 




N 


S83 


H 2 


5/19/82 


A 


I 




N 


U66 


S 2 


5/20/82 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


5/24/82 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


7/16/82 


s 


2 


p 


F 


H45 


H 2 


9/10/92 


3 


1 


D 


U 




H 2 


9/15/82 


6 


1 





U 




S 2 


9/16/32 


C 


I 




N 


B71 


H 2 


9/17/32 


a 


I 


o 


N 


sst 


S 2 


9/17/82 


A 


1? 




N 


37 I 


S 2 


9/17/82 


a 


I 


D 


F 


J06 


H 2 


12/17/82 


B 


1 




N 




S 2 


6/11/92 


A 


, 




N 


K90 


H 2 


6/12/82 


A 


1 




N 


S51 


H 2 


l/lD/82 


A 


14 




N 




H 2 


10/29/82 


B 


2 


P 


F 


H45 


H 2 


10/29/82 


3 


2 




N 


H45 



S 2 7/24/82 A 20 
S 2 10/07/32 4 



CAROLINAS CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL HOME FASHION LEAGUE 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



ATYPICAL NCCU JUNIOR WINS DESIGN CONTEST 

CARQLINAS GOLF ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

SENIOPS VIE AT HOPE VALLEY 

FIVE SHARE LEAD IN CGA SENIORS 

NOREY HANDED SIXTH CGA SENIORS CROWN 

CAROLINAS GOLF HALL OF FAME 

FLOYD. HEAFNER AMONG GOLF INDJCTEES 
FIVE GOLFERS JOIN HALL 

CAROLINAS HOSPITAL ALCOHOLISM PROGRAM SERVICES 
ALCOHOL TREATMENT CENTER NEARS OK 
ALCHHOL TREATMENT CENTER GETS APPROVAL 
COUNTY HOSPITAL GETS STATE'S OK FOR DRUG CENTER 
ALCOHOL CENTER PROPOSAL DENIED ,,. ,^„ 

GROUP APPEALS STATE DENIAL OF DURHAM ALCOHOLISM CENTER 

CAROLINAS HOSPITAL AND HEALTH SERVICES INC. 

til ALSO hospital!; N°cP(SEE also NAMES OF SPECIFIC HOSPITALS) 
OXFORD WOMAN RE-ELECTED TO PA'tEL 
HOWERTON TAKES POST WITH COMPANY 

CAROUSEL (PLAY) 

•CAROUSEL' PROVIDES A 
ENTERTAINING RIDE ON 



SUBJECTS 



N F 
P D 



PAGE "IS 
1/07/83 



SILVER LINING FOR AUDIENCE 
'CAROUSEL * 



CAROUSELS 

N.C. MAN KEEPS TRADITION ALIVE 

CAROWINDS 

SEE ALSO AMUSEMENT PARKS 

CAROWINDS TAKES PAINS TO ASSURE SAFETY 

CARPENTER BEES 
SEE ALSO BEES 
WOODPECKERS. 



CARPENTER BEES ABOUT TO GO TO WORK 



CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET INC. 

MAN APPREHENDED IN BREAK-IN 
CARPENTER'S: CLEAN UP AREA 
FAYETTEVILLE STREET PLAN OFF STATE LIST 
BUSINESS SOS DESERVES COMMUNITY RESPONSE 
AUTO DEALER WANTS PLACE FOR VAGRANTS 
GET DRUNKS. PROSTITUTES 

CARPENTER'S INC. 

SEE CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET INC. 

CARPOOLING 

SEE ALSO GASOLINE CONSERVATION 
SEE ALSO VANPOQLS 

FILM EXPLAINS RIDESHARING 

CHATHAM FIRM NOMINATED FOR R I!) E- SHARI NG AWARD 

REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. GETS AWARDS 

CAPR MILL SHOPPING MALL 

CARR MILL FUN DAY SATURDAY 

CARR UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
BAZAAR GOODS 

CARRBORO. N.C. 

SEE ALSO "INGHAM TOWNSHIP (WEST OF CARRBORO. N.C.I 

SEE ALSO FIRES, CARRBORO 

SEE ALSO FRIENDS OF OLD CARRB0R3 

SEE ALSO RANGEWOOO SUBDIVISION (ORANGE COUNTY. N.C.I 

CARRBORO "ANAGER HAPPY WITH "? 1 

CARRBORO RECEIVES BETTER FIRE RATING 

CARRBORO PLANS 4 MEETINGS 

CAROB0R(^ FORU" FOCUSES ON TAXES. TOWN SPENDING 

CARRBORO SETS FOURTH OF JULY FESTIVITIES 

CARRBORO. N.C. APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO CARR10R0. N.C. CONDOMINIUMS 
SEE ALSO SUN CREEK APARTMENTS 

WENDY'S WINDOW COMES UP AGAIN 

CARRBORO MAY YIELD HOUSING LOAN 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN APPROVE LOAM FOR HOUSING COMPLEX 

CARRBORO COMPLEX TO GET STUDY 

CARRBORO BOARD OKS PUBLIC HOUSING SITE 

HOUSING COMPLEX APPROVED IN CARRBORO 

CARRBORO. N.C. BICYCLE ROUTES 
SEE ALSO BICYCLE LANES 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN ASKED TO APPROVE CONDOMINIUM PLAN 
FOUNDATION MEMBERS URGE CONDOMINIUM PROJECT OK 
CARPBORO MOVING POLES 

CARRBORO. N.C. "UDGET 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO FINANCE DEPT. 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN A30LISH TWO NEW JOBS. RESTORE TWO OLD ONES 

CARRBORO: NO TAX HIKE EXPECTED 

CARRBORO BUDGET CALLS FOR NO TAX HIKE 

CARRBORO BUDGET RISES. NO TAX INCREASE SOUGHT 

BOARD WANTS TO KEEP REFUND OUT OF BUDGET 

CARRBORO AVOIDING REFUND USE 

ALEPT CABLE. CARRBORO MANAGERS DISAGREE OVER FRANCHISE FEES DUE 

CARRBORO TO HOLD HEARING ON BJDGET 

ALDERMEN CLOSE DOORS 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN PLAN CLOSED MEETING JUNE 16 

RECREATION DISCUSSED 

CARRBORO TAX RATE MAY DROP 2 CENTS 

CARRBORO TAXES WILL DROP 

CARRBORO TAX RATE CUT 2 1/2 CENTS 

CARRBORO. M.C. BUSES 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C. BUSES 

BOARD SAYS DRIVER UNIFORMS NOT NEEDED 
CARRBORO TO STUDY BUS SERVICE 
ALDERMEN PLAN TO STUDY BUS SERVICE COSTS 
WHIZZING BULLETS CONCERN CARRBORO 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN SPLIT ON BUS ROUTE 

CARRBORO. N.C. CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION. N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C. CABLE TELEVISION 

CARRBORO CABLE TV SEEKS HIKE 

ALERT CABLE. CARRBORO MANAGERS DISAGREE OVER FRANCHISE FEES DUE 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN SPLIT ON BUS ROUTE 

CARRBORO. N.C. CITY EMPLOYEES 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN ABOLISH TWO NEW JOBS. 
ALDERMEN ABOLISH 2 POSTS 



H 2 5/21/82 B 2 P N S56 



2 9/11/B2 B 3 P 
2 9/12/82 B 7 
2 9/13/82 B 5 P 



6/29/82 B 
6/29/82 B 



H 1 
H I 



5/08/82 

9/28/82 

9/29/82 

11/02/82 

12/21/82 



7/27/82 
9/09/62 



2/19/82 
2/25/82 



N 

N F30 

N 

N M23 

N M23 



H'.5 
A15 



S 2 8/09/82 B 



H 2 5/24/82 A 11 



H 2 5/10/B2 A 



9/29/82 A 
11/09/82 B 
11/09/82 A 
11/10/82 A 
11/12/82 C 
11/19/82 A 



N 

N S51 

N K90 

E 

N S5l 

L 



S 2 3/02/82 8 8 N 

H 1 3/D9/82 B 1 N L30 

H 2 6/D3/82 A 7 N 

H 2 8/27/82 D 5 N 

S 2 11/D2/82 A 6 P P T37 



RESTORE TWO OLD ONES 



H 


2 


1/02/62 


B 


1 


F 


M2 3 


H 


2 


1/14/82 


A 


16 


N 




s 


2 


2/24/82 


C 


1 


N 




H 


2 


3/03/82 


B 


5 


N 


M2 3 


H 


2 


6/25/62 


A 


7 


N 




H 


2 


1/15/82 


A 


6 


N 


W36 


s 


I 


1/2D/82 


C 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


1/27/82 


B 




N 


M23 


s 


2 


1/27/62 


A 




N 


M23 


s 


2 


3/24/62 


A 


3 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


3/25/82 


B 


3 


N 




H 


2 


3/10/82 


A 


ID 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


3/11/92 


c 


7 


N 




s 


2 


4/14/82 


A 


6 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


3/04/82 


B 


I 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


5/11/82 


C 


1 


N 




H 


2 


5/12/82 


A 


13 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


5/12/82 


A 


5 


N 




H 


2 


5/26/B2 


B 


5 


N 


M2 3 


s 


2 


5/26/62 


A 


5 


N 




s 


1 


6/03/82 


A 


1 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


6/08/82 


A 


3 


N 


M2 3 


H 


2 


6/D9/82 


A 


7 


N 




s 


2 


6/09/82 


A 


3 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


6/15/82 


A 


3 


N 




H 


2 


6/24/82 


C 


p 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


6/30/82 


B 


1 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


7/D1/B2 


B 


7 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


1/14/82 


A 


16 


N 




s 


2 


3/17/82 


A 


3 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


3/18/82 


8 


5 


N 




s 


2 


7/13/82 


A 


9 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


7/14/82 


A 


5 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


6/01/62 


A 


8 


N 


M23 


s 


1 


6/03/82 


A 


1 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


7/14/82 


A 


5 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


3/04/82 


B 


1 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


3/04/82 


A 


8 


N 





MONTHLY/* 



N ^4 U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE "56 
l/OT/83 



BOARD CONSIOEBS PAY SCALE CHA'JGE 
CARRBORO OFFICIAL TO DESIGN OCT. I 
HIRING FREEZE IS APPROVED IN CARRBORO 

CARRBORO. N.C.. CaNOOHINIU"S 

SEE ALSO BRIGHTON SOUARE CONOOMINIU"S (CARRBOROi N.C.) 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO. N.C. APARTMENTS 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN ASKED TO APPROVE CONDOMINIUM PLAN 
FOUNDATION "EMBERS URGE CONDOMINIUM PROJECT OK 

CARRBORO. N.C, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

H.3 MILLION FRANCHISE IS PLANNED IN CARRBORO 
CARRBORO HEARING SET TONIGHT 
HEARING TODAY ON CARRBORO GRANT 
ORANGE TO SEEK MORE INDUSTRY 

CARRBORO. N.C. FEDERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 
•WINO CORNER' CLEANUP IS STUDIED BY CARRBORO 
CARRBORO HEARING SET TONIGHT 
HEAPING TODAY ON CARRBORO GRAMT 

ALDERMEN CONSIDER 2 PROPOSALS FOR CARRBORO GRANT APPLICATION 
CARRBORO GETS OFFER FOR SENIO? HOUSING COMPLEX 
CARRBORO TO DECIDE ON GRANT 
CARRBORO CHOOSES RE3UE5TS FOR GRANT 

CARRBORO. N.C. FIRE HYDRANT RENTAL FEES 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO FIRE OEPT. 
SEE ALSO FIRE HYDRANTS 

CARRBORO TO PAY HYDRANT FEES 

CARRBORO Owes fees to OWASA 

CARRBORO. N.C. GARBAGE COLLECTION 
CARRBORO MOVING POLES 

CARRBORO. N.C. HOUSING 

SPEAKERS RAP HOUSING PROJECT 

OPPOSITION SURFACES TO PROJECT 

CARRBORO MAY YIELD HOUSING LOAN 

CARRBORO RESIDENTS PROTEST HOUSING SITE 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN APPROVE LOAN FOR HOUSING COMPLEX 

CARRBORO COMPLEX TO GET STUDY 

BOARD PONDERS GRANTING PERMIT 

CARRBORO BOARD OKS PUBLIC HOUSING SITE 

HOUSING COMPLEX APPROVED IN CARRBORO 

ALDERMAN BACKS SELLING SITE 

ALDERMAN ASKS PARTIAL SALE OF SITE 

CARRBORO PLAN WOULD FINANCE H3ME REPAIRS 

CARRBORO TO DISCUSS HOUSING ON JULY 21 

CARRBORO HEARING SET TONIGHT 

HEARING TODAY ON CARRBORO GRANT 

ALDERMEN CONSIDER 2 PROPOSALS FOR CARRBORO GRANT APPLICATION 

CARRBORO GETS OFFER FOR SENIOR HOUSING COMPLEX 

CARRBORO TO DECIDE ON GRANT 

CARRBORO CHOOSES REOUESTS FOR GRANT 

TOURING CARRBORO HOMES 

CARRBORO. N.C. INSURANCE CLASSIFICATION 

CARRBORO IMPROVES FIRE INSURANCE RATING 

CARRBORO. N.C. LAND USE 

BALLFIELD STATUS UNCERTAIN 

CARRBORO. N.C. PARKS 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN ACCEPT PARK GRANTS 

HEARING AIRS RECREATION VIEWS 

BOARD HANTS TO KEEP REFUND OUT OF BUDGET 

CARRBORO AVOIDING REFUND USE 

WHIZZING BULLETS CONCERN CARR50R0 

CARRBORO. N.C. SEWER LINES 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill. n.c. sewers 

SEE also orange water AND SEWER AUTHORITY 
OWASA EYES SEWER POLICY 
OWASA REVIEWING POLICY ON DAMAGES 
FUND MAY DEFER CANE CREEK COSTS 
RANGEWOOO SEWER AT LEAST 7 MONTHS AWAY 
SEwER COMING TO RANGEWOOO 

CARRBORO. N.C. STREETS 

STREET CONSTRUCTION DELAYED 
CARRBORO'S ALOERMEN SEE HIGHWAY PLAN 
CARRBORO TRAFFIC WILL BE TOPIC 

CARRBORO. N.C. TAX RATE 

CARRBORO: NO TAX HIKE EXPECTED 
CARRBORO BUDGET CALLS FOR NO TAX HIKE 
CARRBORO BUDGET RISES. NO TAX INCREASE SOUGHT 
CARRBORO TAX RATE HAY DROP 2 lENTS 
CARRBORO TAXES WILL DROP 
CARRBORO TAX RATE CUT 2 1/2 CENTS 

CARRBORO. N.C 
CARRBORO 



TAXES 
'AY CUT TAX RATE 



CARRBORO. N.C ZONING 

LAW NOW LETS BUILDER DELAY PAVING 

il.3 MILLION FRANCHISE IS PLANNED IN CARRBORO 

ALDERMEN SEEK CHANGES IN BUSINESS ZONING PLAN 

POSSIBLE MOTEL SITE REZONED 

HIRING FREEZE IS APPROVED IN CARRBORO 

REZONING SCHEDULED 

FOUR AREAS DELETED FROM REZONING PLAN 

CARRBORO ART SCHOOL 

CARRBORO PHOTOGRAPHERS LEARN FROM MINI-SHOW 

TOUCHSTONE PERFORMS 

FUNNY FILMS OPEN THURSDAY 

MASKED MAN IS COMING 

WAY WILL BE BUSY 

STAGE 

ART SCHOOL 'GETTING OUT' IS STRONG. PROFESSIONAL 

MIME FESTIVAL IN CARRBORO 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

EXHIBIT PROMPTS MYSTICAL MUSINGS 

Two GROUPS PLAN SPRING ART CLASSES 

SCIENCE FICTION FILM FESTIVAL TO BE HELD 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

■GRASS HARP': AMATEUR THEATER IN BEST TRADITION 

MINISTER MAKES BLACKBEARD SPEAK 

SCHOOL'S OUT; FUN'S IN... 

IN ThF SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

ALL'S GALL IN NEW PLAY 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

'HOT SUMMER OPEN MIKE' 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 



S I 
E L 
C PG L 



S 2 5/05/82 B I N 
H 2 9/16/82 C 12 N 
H 2 9/29/82 A 14 N 3<.6 



H 2 
S 2 



3/10/82 A 
3/11/92 C 



S 2 2/24/82 C 1 N MJ3 

H 2 7/21/82 A 14 N 

S 2 7/21/P2 C 2 N 

S 2 8/26/82 A 10 N M23 



s 


2 


7/09/82 


A 




N 


M23 


H 


? 


7/21/82 


A 


14 


N 




S 


? 


7/21/82 


f 




N 




H 


? 


7/22/82 


B 




N 


M?3 


S 


/ 


T/22/%Z 


A 


p ? 


N 




S 


1 


7/27/62 


B 




N 


M?1 


s 


I 


7/28/82 


B 




N 


M23 



H 


7 


11/17/82 


B 


7 


N 


B46 


s 


2 


11/17/82 


A 


5 


N 




s 


2 


4/14/82 


A 


6 


N 


M23 


H 


? 


1/13/82 


A 


1 1 


N 


M73 


s 


? 


1/13/82 


A 




N 




s 


1 


1/20/82 


( 




N 


M73 


s 


7 


1/21/82 


A 


10 


N 


M71 


H 


? 


1/27/82 


B 




N 


M73 


s 


? 


1/27/92 


A 




N 


M73 


s 


I 


3/23/82 


H 




N 


M73 


s 


7 


3/24/92 


A 




N 


M73 


H 


7 


3/25/82 


a 




N 




s 


7 


5/06/82 


A 




N 


M73 


H 


7 


5/11/B2 


A 


12 


N 




H 


7 


7/08/82 


A 




N 


M?3 


S 


7 


7/08/82 


A 




N 




H 


7 


7/21/82 


A 


14 


N 




s 


7 


7/21/82 


( 




N 




H 


7 


7/22/32 


B 




N 


M?1 


S 


7 


7/22/82 


A 


12 


N 




s 


1 


7/27/82 


a 




N 


M7 3 


s 


1 


7/28/82 


H 




N 


M7 3 


s 


2 


10/11/82 


L 


1 P 


P 


M66 



S 2 1/16/82 A 11 



S 2 1/22/82 C 



2/25/82 A 
5/25/82 B 
5/25/82 B 
5/26/82 A 
7/13/82 A 



S 1 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



1/19/82 B 
1/21/82 B 
1/29/82 C 
8/05/62 A 
8/05/82 A 



S 2 7/20/32 A 
H 2 12/15/62 C 
S 1 12/30/82 C 



1 N M23 

5 N M23 

1 N M23 

3 N M23 

10 N 



N MJ3 

N 346 



5/11/82 C 
5/12/82 A 
5/12/82 A 
6/24/82 C 
6/30/82 B 
7/01/92 B 



S 2 6/25/92 A 16 



2/23/92 B 
2/24/82 C 
4/22/82 C 
7/14/82 B 
9/29/62 A 
10/05/82 B 
11/10/92 b 



N M23 
N M23 

N M23 



N M23 

N M23 

N M23 

N M23 

N S46 

N 

N 946 



1/08/92 
1/14/92 
1/15/92 
2/19/92 
2/19/92 
2/19/82 
2/19/02 
3/11/82 
3/12/92 
3/19/92 
3/28/92 
4/15/92 
4/15/92 
4/23/82 
5/27/82 
5/23/82 
6/04/92 
5/18/82 
7/02/92 
7/30/92 
8/13/92 
a/20/82 



8 P U G68 



3 P F B7I 

3 N 

5 P N 

7 P R W66 



W65 
B71 
W65 



BBBBHI 



BmnmH 



MONTHLr/A 



imSH BAND HILL HAKE RePEAT P^RFOOMANCE 

IN THE SPOTLir.HT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

CARRBORO ART SCHOOL SHOWS F I L" S 

OE OANANN: MORE THAN USUAL IRISH 

ART SCHOOL BLOCKBUSTER 

EGYPT COMES TO CARRBORO 

ART SCHOOL RAISES FUND AI*' 

•TRIBUTE- MISSES DELICATE BALANCE 

POP GOES IT! 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

CARRBORO BOARD SPLITS ON APPOINTMENTS 

CARRBORO BOARD JF ALDERMEN 

OPPOSITION SURFACES TO PROJECT 

BOARD SATS DRIVER UNIFORMS NOT NEEDED 

CARRBORO MAY YIELD HOUSING LOAN 

CARRBORO RESIDENTS PROTEST HOUSING SITE 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN APPROVE LOAN FOR HOUSING COMPLEX 

CARRBORO COMPLEX TO GET STUDY 

CARRBORO COMBINES TWO JOBS 

CARRBORO COMBINES POSITIONS 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN FREEZE HIRING 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN CREATE JOB. FREEZE IT 

CARRBOaO SETS TOWN MEETINGS 

LAW NOW LETS BUILDER DELAY PAVING 

tl.3 MILLION FRANCHISE IS PLANNED IN CARRBORO 

CARPBORO ALDERMEN ACCEPT PARK GRANTS 

CARRBORO FORUM FOCUSES ON TAXES. TOWN SPENDING 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN ABOLISH TWO NEW JOBS. RESTORE TWO OLD ONES 

ALDERMEN ABOLISH Z POSTS 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN ASKED TO APPROVE CONDOMINIUM PLAN 

BROUGH MAY KEEP USING TOWN OFFICE 

CARRBORO TO STUDY BUS SERVICE 

ALDERMEN PLAN TO STUDY BUS SERVICE COSTS 

BOARD PONDERS GRANTING PERMIT 

CARRBORO BOARD OKS PUBLIC HOUSING SITE 

HOUSING COMPLEX APPROVED IN CARRBORO 

CARRBORO BOARD SPLITS ON APPOINTMENTS 

ALDERMEN SEEK CHANGES IN BUSINESS ZONING PLAN 

CARRBORO STICKS WITH AUDITORS 

ALDERMAN ASKS PARTIAL SALE OF SITE 

SPLIT DEVELOPS ON CARRBORO POST 

CARRBORO MANAGER'S ACCUSERS ENUMERATE THEIR CHARGES 

CLOSED SESSION IS WEDNESDAY 

CARPBORO BOARD VOTES <.-3 TO CLEAR MANAGER 

HUNTER ANSWERS CHARGES 

CARRBORO PLAN WOULD FINANCE HOME REPAIRS 

CARRBORO TO DISCUSS HOUSING ON JULY 21 

POSSIBLE MOTEL SITE REZONEO 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN SPLIT ON BUS ROUTE 

ALDERMEN CONSIDER 2 PROPOSALS FOR CARRBORO GRANT APPLICATION 

CARRBORO TO DECIDE ON GRANT 

CARRBORO CHOOSES REQUESTS FOR GRANT 

CARRBORO BOARD TRIES TO BAR FLOWER SALES 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN SET HEARINGS 

CARRBORO TO APPEAL OWASA FEE ' UL I NG 

CARRBORO TELEVISION FIRM SAID INCORRECT ON FIGURES 

HIRING FREEZE IS APPROVED IN :aRRBORO 

REZONING SCHEDULED 

FOUR AREAS DELETED FROM REZONING PLAN 

GROUP WANTS LEASE ON FARMERS' MARKET 

CARRBORO'S ALDERMEN SEE HIGHWAY PLAN 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN. BUDGET 
CARRBORO BOARD TO UNFREEZE JOB 
BOARD CONSIDERS PAY SCALE CHANGE 
CARPBORO: NO TAX HIKE EXPECTE:) 
CARRBORO BUDGET CALLS FOR NO TAX HIKE 
CARPBORO BUDGET RISES. NO TAX INCREASE SOUGHT 
BOARD WANTS TO KEEP REFUND GUT OF BUDGET 
CARRBORO AVOIDING REFUND USE 
CARRBORO TO HOLD HEARING ON BJDGET 
ALDERMEN CLOSE DOORS 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN PLAN CLOSED MEETING JUNE 16 
2ND SESSION ON MANAGER SET NEXT WEEK 
RECREATION DISCUSSED 

CARRBORO TAX RATE MAY DROP 2 CENTS 
CARRBORO MAY CUT TAX RATE 
CARRBORO TAXES WILL DROP 
CARRBORO TAX RATE CUT 2 1/2 CFNTS 

CARRBORO COMMUNITY COALITION 
SEE ALSO LIBERALS 

•100 "PH-: CARRBORO ACTIVIST :hANGES COURSE BUT KEEPS MOVING. 
CARPBORO MANAGER'S ACCUSERS ENUMERATE THEIR CHARGES 

CARRBORO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 
CARRBORO GETS GRANT 

CARRRORO COMMUNITY PARK 

SEE CARRBORO. N.C.. PARKS 

CARRBORO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORP. 
SPLIT DEVELOPS ON CARRBORO POST 

CARRBORO FARMERS MARKET 

SEE ALSO FARMERS MARKETS 

CARRBORO BOARD TRIES TO BAR FLOWER SALES 
GROUP WANTS LEASE ON FARMERS' MARKET 

CARRBORO FINANCE DEPT. 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO. N.C.. BUDGET 
CARRBORO COMBINES TWO JOBS 
CARPBORO COMBINES POSITIONS 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN FREEZE HIRIMG 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN CREATE JOB. FREEZE IT 
CARRBORO BOARD TO UNFREEZE JOS 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN ABOLISH TWO NEW JOBS. RESTORE TWO OLD ONES 
ALDERMEN ABOLISH 2 POSTS 
MS. BROUGH NAMED TO CARRBORO POST 
BROUGH GETS CARRBORO POST 
MS. BROUGH RESIGNS 
BPOUGH QUITS CARRBORO JOB 
BROUGH SAID HARD TO REPLACE 
BROUGH REPLACEMENT SOUGHT 
GROUP WANTS LEASE ON FARMERS' MARKET 

CARRBORO FIRE DEPT. 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C.. FIRE HYDRANT RENTAL FEES 
CARRBORO RECEIVES BETTER FIRE RATING 

CARRBORO PLANNING OFFICE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/CHAPEL M ILL/CAR', BORO PLANNING AREA 
WENDY'S WINDOW COMES UP AGAIN 



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MONTHLY/»NNUAL 



INDEX 
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BLINDING ASSAULT CASE PONDERED 
JURY ACOUITS CARRBORO POLICEMIN 

CARRBORO RECREATION TEPT. 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO. N.C.t PARKS 
KITE WORKSHOP PLANNED 
FILM SERIES S'=T 

RECREATION FUNDS TIED TO POPULATION 
CARRBORO GIVES YOUTH, ADULT TENNIS CLASSES 
CARRBORO OFFERS RECREATION PR1GRA»S 
CARRBORO OFFERING SPRING RECREATION 
LEISURE CLASSES PLANNED 

CARRBORO TOWN ATTORNEY 

BROUGH MAY KEEP USING TOWN OFi^ICE 

CARRBORO TOWN MANAGER 

CARRBORO MANAGER HARPY WITH '3 1 

CARRBORO COMBINES TWO JOBS 

CARRBORO COMBINES POSITIONS 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN FREEZE HIRI-JG 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN CREATE JOB, FREEZE IT 

CARRBORO BOARD TO UNFREEZE JOB 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN ABOLISH TWO NEW JOBS, RESTORE TWO OLD ONES 

ALDERMEN ABOLISH 2 POSTS 

ALDERMEN CLOSE DOORS 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN PLAN CLOSED MEETING JUNE 16 

2ND SESSION ON MANAGER SET NEXT WEEK 

CARRBORO MANAGER'S ACCUSERS ENUMERATE THEIR CHARGES 

CLOSED SESSION IS WEDNESDAY 

CARRBORO BOARD VOTES 4-3 TO CLEAR MANAGER 

HUNTER ANSWERS CHARGES 

THE CARRIER CORP. 

DUKE GETS GRANT FOR COMPUTER 

DUKE ENGINEERING SCHOOL GETS CARRIER GRANT 

CARRIER PIGEONS 

SEE ALSO PIGEONS 

THIS JOB FOR THE BIROS 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

OLD FEARS BEHIND CARRINGTON PROPOSAL 

CARRINGTON HONOR ROLL IS ANNOUNCED 

PARENTS OBJECT TO JUNIOR HIGH ATTENDANCE PLAN 

SCHOOL BOARD ALTERS ZONES FOR JR. HIGH 

BOARD OKS MOVING COUNTY STUDENTS 

GEOMETROPOLIS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE SPORTING SET 

CAREERS EXPLORED 

CARRINGTON HONOR ROLL RELEASED 

STORY TIME 

YEAGER: POLITICS AT SCHOOL AN ERROR 

YEAGER: TEACHERS ERRED 

CARRINGTON RELEASES HONOR ROLL 

TRACK DEDICATION 

CARRINGTON LISTS HONOR ROLL STUDENTS 

FIRST-HAND EXPERIENCE 

WHAT SANTA OROUGHT 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
UNBEATEN COUGARS DEMOLISH PHILLIPS 
JUNIOR HIGH STARS: NORTHERN Gt TS THE BEST CROP 
CARRINGTON TEAMS RECORD SWEEP OF FOOTBALL TITLES 
COUNTY ChAMRS 
CARRINGTON CHAMPS 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, GIRLS 
CHEWNING CLAIMS JV TITLE 

CARROLL COUNTY, VIRGINIA 

SHOOTOUT IN CARROLL COUNTY 

CAPS 

SEE AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS I 

CARTERET COUNTY, N.C. 

COAL SLURRY TERMINALS PROPOSED OFF COAST 

CARTERET COUNTY NEWS/TIMES 

PHILLIPS, PUBLISHER, BURIED IN BEAUFORT 

CARTOONISTS 

SEE ALSO COMICS 

SEE ALSO COONESBURY ICOMIC STR 1° I 
SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HERALD, CARTOONS 
FUNNIES FEATURED AT DUKE 
COMIC STRIPS ON EXHIBIT AT DUKE 

CAPY, N.C. 

STATE APPROVES PLAN FOR HOSPITAL IN GARY 
RESIOI^NTS OF FUQUAY UPSET ABOUT HOSPITAL 
CASHING IN ON SUFFERING 

GARY, N.C, WATER SUPPLY 

ROU AIRPORT TO GET CARY WATER 

FEWER COSTS CITED IN RDU DECISION ON RALEIGH WATER 

CAPY C. BOSHAMER PROFESSORS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF LAW 
PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

CASABLANCA (FILMI 

•CASABLANCA' PLAYS AGAIN 

CASH PURCHASE DISCOUNTS 
SEE ALSO CREDIT CARDS 

DISCOUNTS ON GAS SALES GIVE DEALERS HEADACHES 

CASTRATION 

CASTRATION REOUEST IS DENIED 

CASWELL COUNTY, N.C. 

TOBACCO ROAD REMEMBERS ITS PAST 

CASWELL COUNTY CIVIC CENTER 

SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL BEGINS TODAY IN CASWELL 

CAT PEOPLE (FILM) 

•CAT' REMAKE IS MORE EROTIC EVIL 



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'DEAR SANTA, 



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CATALYTIC INC. 

CHARLOTTE FIRM REDUCES IIS WORK FORCE BY 150 



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CATARACTS 

SEE ALSO PLINO 

SUSGEONS STUDYING METHOD FOR < E"OVAL OF CATARACTS 

DUKE TO STUDY CATARACTS 

OUKF CATARACT PATIENTS "AY GET LASER THERAPY 

CATARACTS TO BE TOPIC 

•HEALTH NIGHT' TOPIC: CATARACTS 

CATAWBA COLLEGE SPORTS. FOOTBALL , „ ,„,, 
WILLIAMS' STOUT RESIGNS TO TA<E CATAWBA POST 

CATAWBA INDIANS 

SEE ALSO INDIANS. N.C. 

INDIAN COALITION MEETS IN N.C. 

"'"?Ml%kiS\r2'jrANES FALL AT S.C. N-POWER PLANT SITE 
N.C. MAN ARRESTED FOR EXTORTION 

CHEMICAL PLANT FINED FOR SPILL 
PARAQUAT FLOWING INTO S.C. 

CATHOLIC BISHOPS 
PAWNS! 

CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA 

WOMAN'S CLUB HAS FUN WITH FASHIONS 

FASHION LINE-UP 

ALL-WEATHER FASHIONS 

ROMANCE AND RUFFLES DOMINATE SPRING FASHIONS 

HONOR SOCIETY STARTS CHAPTER IN ORANGE 

CATHOLIC MONKS 

BELMONT HAS CENTURY-OLD MONASTERY 

CATHOLIC NUNS 

THE FIGHTING NUN 
WRONG TREATMENT 

CATHOLIC PRIESTS 

SEE ALSO MINISTERS. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS. N.C. 

HFNDEBSONVILLE PRIEST A RARITY 

''"" 'i'532 CHURCH ISSUES: MEMBERSHIP. PEACE. POOR. PORNOGRAPHY 
A HAPPY ENDING 
WELCOME AMITY 

CATHOLICS RAISE FUNDS FOR TV PROGRAMS ,^ _ 

CATHOLIC DIOCESES ARE HOPING TO EXPAND INTO CABLE TV FIELD 
ROMAN CATHOLICS MAKE GAINS IN N.C. 
BISHOP: N.C. CATHOLICS FACE CHALLENGE 
DUKE IS OFFERED CATHOLIC CHAPEL 

CATS 

SEE ALSO MISS GLAMOUR KITTY CONTEST 
FOLKS AROUND HERE 

MECKLENBURG EYES SELLING ITS DEAD CATS 
OK TO SELL DEAD CATS 
FOLKS AROUND HERE 
THE CAT IS IN 

THEY WERE WILLING TO PAY 118.000 TO RANSOM CAT 
CAT BACK SAFE AND SOUND; TWO .<DMEN FACE CHARGES 
WHICH CAT WILL WEAR THE CROWN? 
BUSTER MEW GLAMOU" KITTY 
SEVEN KITTENS ARE DEPOSITED 

TWO WOMEN ENTER PLEAS OF INNa:ENT IN HARKERS ISLAND 
'CATNAPPING" TRIAL DELAYED 

TWO WOMEN GIVEN JAIL TERMS IN 'CATNAPPING' 
RABIES CAMPAIGN FOCUSING ON CSTS 

OFFICIAL SAYS VACCINATION RULE COULD SLOW RABIES 
CATS TO LOSE CRATE CONDOMINIUMS 
CATS COMPETE IN RALEIGH 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
CATS NEED RABIES SHOTS 
CAT BOOKS ABOUND 
A GOOD RAPPORT 
THE CAT'S MEOW! 

CATTLE 

SEE COWS 

SEE LIVESTOCK 

CAVIN'S INC. 

CAVIN'S NOTES 25TH BIRTHDAY 

CEASER'S SORROW (PLAYI 

DURHAM WRITER'S PLAY TO OPEN 

CEDAR GROVE VOLUNTEER FIRE OEPT. 

FIREFIGHTER: SHE'LL BE ON HAN:) 

CEDAROCK PARK 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. 
CEDAROCK PARK MAY GET LAKE 

CELEBRITIES 

OUT WITH THE OLD CELEBRITIES. 



CATNAPPING' CASE 



IN WITH THE NEW 



8/06/82 A 

9/02/82 C 

11/18/92 C 

12/0<./82 A 

12/07/82 B 



H 2 12/15/82 C 1 P N M71 



H 2 a/22/82 A t. 



H 2 9/30/82 A 10 
S 2 12/09/82 A 2 



H 2 
H 2 



5/03/82 A 9 
9/18/82 A 10 



H 2 11/21/82 ATT R56 



3/02/82 A 

3/13/82 A 

3/19/82 B 

3/2'./B2 B 

3/30/82 A 



H 2 <./01/82 A 13 



H 2 
H 2 



6/08/32 A 
6/16/82 A 



S 2 


11/06/82 


A 


6 




N 




H 2 


1/09/82 




9 




N 


A20 


H 2 


2/02/82 




<t 




E 




H 2 


5/05/92 




4 




E 




S 2 


6/12/92 




1 1 




N 




H 2 


9/22/92 




8 




N 




H 2 


11/29/82 




9 




N 




S 2 


12/0<./82 




6 




N 




H 2 


12/11/82 


B 


1 




N 


W24 


H 2 


2/19/82 


B 


1 


n 


U 




H 2 


3/11/82 


A 


10 




N 




S 2 


3/12/92 


A 


A 




E 




H 2 


<./30/82 


B 


1 


n 


U 




S 2 


6/22/B2 


B 


1 


p 


P 


S76 


S 2 


7/19/92 


C 


8 




N 




H 2 


7/20/82 


A 


10 


p 


N 




S 2 


7/22/82 





1 


n 


F 


971 


S 2 


7/29/92 


D 


2 


p 


F 


B71 


H 2 


7/31/82 


a 


12 




N 




H 2 


3/17/82 


B 


3 




N 




H 2 


9/14/92 


A 


11 




N 




H 2 


10/13/82 


A 


12 




N 




H 2 


1 /06/B2 


B 


1 




N 


L30 


S 2 


11/06/82 


A 


14 




N 




H 2 


U/19/82 


A 


12 




N 




S 2 


11/25/82 


D 


6 


p 


N 




H 2 


11/26/92 


D 


6 


p 


N 




S 2 


11/30/82 


A 


4 




E 




S 2 


12/02/82 





2 


p 


F 


A15 


H 2 


12/05/92 


c 


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p 


p 


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S 2 


12/16/82 


D 


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H 2 10/03/82 D 9 P N L4I 

H 2 10/13/82 A 13 N 

H 2 3/19/82 B 2 P F 330 

H 1 9/21/82 B 1 N 

H 2 4/05/82 6 1 U S36 



"CELEBRITY AUCTION" (PHI KAPPA PSI AUCTION FOR CANCER RESEARCH) 
SEE PHI KAPPA PSI. CELEBRITY AUCTION 



SCAVENGERS MAY HELP KILL CANCER CELLS 

CELLULAR RESEARCH 

KILLER CELLS MAY BE NATURAL CANCER FOE 

CEMETERIES. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO MAPLEWOOO CEMETERY 

DURHAM WOMAN BEATEN AT HER BROTHER'S GRAVE 

NONE ARRESTED IN GRAVE ASSAULT 

ROBBERY INVESTIGATED 

CEMETERY ATTACKS A OISGRACE 

CITY CONSIDERING PATROLS TO HALT CEMETERY CRIMES 

CEMETERY SECURITY MUST BE PROl/IDED 

POLICE TO BEEF UP CEMETERY PATROLS 

POLICE PATROL AT CEMETERIES N3 T DESIGNATED 

INCREASE SOUGHT IN BURIAL CHARGES 

CITY WANTS TO DROP PLANT 

CEMETERY NEGLECTED 

HOW TIMES DO CHANGE: CEMETERY OPPOSEO 

CEMETERIES. N.C. 



S 2 11/05/82 All N 

S 2 9/04/82 A 1 N F30 



H 


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3/21/82 


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N 




S 


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3/22/82 


( 




N 




s 


? 


3/24/82 


(, 




N 




s 


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3/30/32 


A 




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s 


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4/02/82 


( 




N 


K90 


s 


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4/03/82 


A 




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H 


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4/07/92 


H 




N 




s 


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4/07/32 


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s 


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7/09/82 


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3/06/92 


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MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

l/01/6^ - 12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 100 
1/07/83 



SEE ALSO GRAVES 

SEE ALSO TOMBSTONES 

N.C. FAWILY LIVES IN CEMETERY 

CENSORSHIP 

SEE ALSO FIRST AMENDMENT 
SEE ALSO FREEOOM OF THE PPESS 
SEE ALSO OECJRO 3URNING ("USICI 
SEE ALSO SCHQOLSi N.C CENSORSHIP 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. U.S.. CENSORSHIP 

NEWSLETTER'S EDITOR SUES JOHN INGRAM 

POOR OL" HUCK FINN STILL CALLED A NO-ACCOUNT 

SCHOOL POAROS SHOULD DECIDE BOOK QUESTIONS 

INGRAM RAPS DURHAM LIFE FOR ND T TELEVISING SHOU 

JUDGE RULES TJO FILMS ABE OBSCENE 

MR. MOONEYHAM'S VIEi^S 

CHOOSING WHAT STUDENTS SHALL <EAO: CENSORSHIP OR COMMUNITY PREROGATIVE? 

COMMITTEE WANTS TO BAN NOVELS 

SCHOOL WELCOMES OUTSIDE OBSERVERS 

CENSOR ING CAR TAGS 

SUPREME COURT BOOK RULING DENOUNCED 

PORNO MYSTERY AT THE HIGH COUS T 

BATTLING THE WINDMILL CALLED PORNOGRAPHY 

MINISTER RECALLS CENSORED SERmQN IN MOSCOW 

ANOTHER TEXTBOOK POINT OF V I EJ 

MAGAZINE DISPLAY QROINANCE PASSED 

GRANVILLE MINISTERS HAY CHECK TO BE SURE ORDINANCE FOLLOWED 

SCHOOL ACT MISGUIDED 

BROADCAST INDUSTRY SHOULD BE JNREGULATED 

CENSORSHIP NO ANSWER TO OUTSPTKEN AGENCIES 

COURT WCN'T HEAR FLAG-BURNING CASE 

CENSUS 

SEE U.S. CENSUS BUREAU 

CENTEL EMPLOYEES 

SEE CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 

CENTENARIAMS 

SEE ALSO AGING 

N.C. MAN WHO DIED IN ISSO MAY HAVE BEEN 130 YEARS OLD 

SHE'S 100, STILL KICKING. THOJ GH 'NOT SO HIGH' 

OBITUARY 

BLIND WOMAN'S HOUSE PAINTED BY VOLUNTEERS 

A century: 4L POPE: 'THERE'S NOTHING TO GETTING OLD' 

DURHAM WOMAN IS 10<. 

HAPPY aIR''HOAY! 

HAPPY 109TH! 

A REMINDER 

HIS CENTENNIAL: AT 100. 'DEE' SOUTHERLAND REMAINS A DAPPER DAN 

MAN, 101, MAY REGAIN SIGHT WITH TRANSPLANT 

AT LOT, SHE'S STILL LIFE OF THE PARTY 

FIVE GENERATIONS CELEBRATE 

BORN 100 YEARS AGO 

CENTER FOR AGING 
SEE DUKE UNIV. 



CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF AGING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 



CENTER FOR CREATIVE LEADERSHIP (GREENSBORO) 
OOZIEB TOOK COURSE IN GREENSBORO 

CENTER FOR NATIONAL POLICY 

GOOD ADVICE FOR DEMOCRATS 

SANFORO LEADING EFFORT TO REVIVE DEMOS 

CENTER FOR THE WELL-BEING OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALS IN DURHAM 

WARNING: MEDICAL PRACTICE MAY BE DANGEROUS TO YOUR HEALTH 
CENTER FOR WELL-BEING 

CENTER STAGE PRODUCTIONS OF DURHAM 

HARTIGAN TAKES HIS SHOWS ON R3AD 

CENTER/GALLERY 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, ARTISTS 

PUPILS' ART EXHIBITED AT NCCU 

GALLERY FEATURES f 3LACK ARTISTS 

CARRBCRO RITUAL EXHIBIT TREATS WEDDINGS, BIRTH 

YOUNG ARTIST MATURE IN C ENTER/ GALLERY EXHIBITION 

•PERFORMANCE ART' SHOW WORKS— AT LEAST ONCE 

•OPEN WINDOW' GIVES NO VIEW 

CENTRAL AMERICA 

JUST PONDERING. . . 

OBSERVANCE BEGINNING 

THE NICARAGUAN "ANANA (CARTOON I 

PAN AMERICAN DAY 

SENATF COMMITTEE OKS CENTRAL AMERICA AID PLAN 

GROUPS PLAN PROTEST VIGILS ON U.S. POLICY 

U.S. TO INVADE CENTRAL AMERICA? 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK ', TRUST CO. 

FIVE DURHAM. ORANGE FIRMS NOMINATED FOR ARTS AWARDS 

5 TRIANGLE BUSINESSES NOMINATED FOR AWARDS 

GEORGE WATTS "ILL, BARON OF OJRHAM, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARDS 

CONSUMER LOAN OEMANns VARY AT BANKS 

CCB BRANCH AT DUKE MQvES 

ECONOMIC ACTIVITY RISES IN TRIANGLE 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX IS UNVEILED 

CCa ALLOWED TO OPFN WIN5T0N-S« LEM OFFICE 

BANK NOTES: AT CCB FRIDAY, THEY WEREN'T THE PAPER KINO 

CCB PLANS HOLDING COMPANY 

DURHAM BANK REORGANIZES FOR FLEXIBILITY IN BUSINESS 

CCB PROMOTES TWO 

CCB BRANCH CHANGES SET 

CCB, FIVE OTHER BANKS OFFERING 15^ CERTIFICATES 

CCS WILL ISSUE 155; CcPTIFICATE 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK C TRUST CO., DIVIDENDS 
CC3 DECLARES 2".? DIVIDEND 
CCB INCREASES DIVIDEND 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK t TRUST CO., EARNINGS 
CCB PROFITS IN 1981 DIP SI. 2 "ILLION 
CCB PROFITS DROP 
PRIGMORE ELECTED CCB DIRECTOR 
CCB SAYS DEPOSITS DOING WELL 
CCB EARNINGS UP DURING 1ST QUARTER 
HIGHER EARNINGS REPORTED AT C: B 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK L TRUST CO. (BURLINGTON, N.C.) 
GUNMAN ROBS BURLINGTON PANK 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK t, TRUST CO. (MONCURE, N.C.I 
MONCURE GETS GOOD NEWS FOR A CHANGE 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK C TRUST CO. (OXFORD, N.C.) 



PG L P 3YL 



S 2 9/12/82 C 16 P F 



H 2 


1/02/62 


B 


10 


N 




H 2 


1/30/52 


A 


A 


E 




H 2 


3/09/S2 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


<./19/82 


B 


I 


N 




H 2 


<,/25/92 


A 


19 


N 




H 2 


5/10/R2 


A 


4 


c 




H 2 


5/10/82 


A 


5 P 


J 




S 2 


5/10/92 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


5/19/92 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


5/19/82 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


6/26/92 


9 


3 


N 


C19 


H 2 


6/29/32 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


9/20/92 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


8/28/92 


A 


9 P 


F 


A20 


H 2 


9/07/92 


A 


4 


E 




H 1 


9/09/82 


B 


I 


N 


L30 


H 1 


9/10/82 


B 


1 


N 


L30 


S 2 


10/19/82 


A 


4 


E 




M 2 


10/29/92 


A 


4 


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S 2 


12/02/92 


A 


4 


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10/19/82 


A 


11 


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3/17/82 


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3/20/92 


A 


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H 2 


3/22/92 


A 


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R56 


H 2 


4/14/82 


A 


4 


c 




H 2 


5/20/82 


c 


11 


N 




S 2 


7/28/92 


9 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/23/92 


A 


5 


L 




H 2 


3/06/82 


c 


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W66 


S 2 


3/08/82 


A 


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4/25/92 





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3/1 1/92 


c 


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H 2 


8/14/92 


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9/11/92 


A 


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H 2 


9/12/82 





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N 


L41 


H 2 


10/07/92 


9 


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H 2 


10/09/92 


A 


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W66 


H 2 


10/20/82 


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L41 


S 2 


10/20/92 


A 


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N 




S 2 


10/23/92 


A 


20 P 


N 




H 2 


10/24/32 


A 


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N 




H 2 


11/17/82 


9 


7 


N 


L41 


S 2 


11/17/82 


C 


22 


N 


533 


H 2 


1/21/82 


A 


IB 


N 




H 2 


7/21/32 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


1/26/32 


B 


I 


N 


F7B 


S 2 


1/27/82 


C 


11 


N 




M 2 


3/24/32 


3 


4 P 


N 




S 2 


3/24/92 


C 


12 


N 




H 2 


4/09/82 


A 


8 


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H 2 


7/09/82 


9 


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H 1 7/22/92 a 1 N 

H 1 2/06/92 BIN H60 



tmmBomiBmm 



HLY/ANNUAL INOEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



P»GE 101 
1/07/83 



TERM GIVEN FOR BANK HOLDUP 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK t TRUST CO- 30AR0 OF DIRECTORS 
PRIGMORE ELECTED CCB DIRECTOR 
CC3 SArS DEPOSITS DOING HELL 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK FINANCIAL CO'P. 
CCB PLANS HOLDING COMPANY 

DURHAM BANK REORGANIZES FOR FLEXIBILITY IN BUSINESS 
CCB FINANCIAL CORP.: A NEW UM3RELLA IN THE ... WORLD OF HIGH FINANCE 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX 
TRIANGLE INDEX DI»S 
BUSINESS INDEX REMAINS "^AME 

CENTRAL CAROLINA HOSPITAL (SANFORD. N.C.I 
HOSPITAL OFFICIAL IN LEE RESIGNS 
HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR NAMED 
HOSPITAL SCHEDULES TOUR 
HOSPITAL NEWS: 2ND ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULED IN SANFORD 

CENTRAL CAROLINA TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 

PAINTER SHARING HIS TALENT AT SCHOOL IN LEE COUNTY 

CENTRAL CAROLINA VINTAGE CAR CLUB 
SEE ALSO AUTOS. ANTIOUE 

CLASSICS ARE LOTS MORE FUN 

CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL I HI LL SBOR OUGH, N.C.I 
HEAT LOSS SENDS PUPILS HOME E«RLY 

CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 
WEAVING A TANGLED WEB 
OFFICIAL SECRECY VERSUS DEMOCRACY 
SECRECY VITAL TO SUCCESSFUL SPYING 

CENTRAL INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
CIAA HALL ADOS FOUR 

NORMAN, MCNEIL SELECTED BY CIAA AS PLAYERS OF YEAR 
THE COMPETITIVE CIAA 
EAGLES PICKED SECONn 
CIAA POLL PICKS EAGLES FOR FOJRTH 
UNION HOLDS OFF CENTRAL FOR CIAA TITLE, 33-26 

CENTRAL PRISON 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 

FIRE DAMAGES PRISON BUILDING 

NO INMATES TRY TO ESCAPE DURING CENTRAL PRISON FIRE 

AGENCIES COOPERATE IN BID-RIGGING PROBES 

DURHAM MAN GETS PRISON TERM, FINE FOR BID-RIGGING 

INMATES HOLD SIX HOSTAGE: STANDOFF EXISTS ON THIRD FLOOR AT CENTRAL.. 

PRISONERS FREE <. HOSTAGES; •< STILL CAPTIVE 

THE HOSTAGES, THE PRISONERS 

PRISON STANDOFF CONTINUES: NE50TIATI0NS FALL THROUGH 

HOSTAGE FOCUS OF STORY 

HOSTAGES: BRIEF PROFILES OF MEN HELD BY 3 INMATES 

INMATES: DESCRIPTIONS OF THE -lOST AGE-TAK ERS 

HUNT IS BEING KEPT INFORMED OF SITUATION 

POISONERS RELEASE HOSTAGES AFTER MAKING TRANSFER DEAL 

PRISON OFFICIALS' RUSE SHOCKS 1 NEGOTIATOR 

PRISON ASKS INMATES' RETURN AFTER DEAL FREES HOSTAGES 

HOSTAGE DESCRIBES HOW ORDEAL STARTED 

NEGOTIATOR: OFFICIALS DEALT IN BAD FAITH 

VIRGINIA RETURNS INMATES TO N.C. 

HOSTAGES DESCRIBE ROOM THAT BFCAME THEIR PRISON 

3 INMATES RETURNED FROM VA. TO CALEDONIA PRISON 

'BAD FAITH' CHARGE HAS SOME VALIDITY 

INMATES RETURNED TO N.C. PRIS3N 

STATE SUFFERS SUM RAP IN ENDING PRISON CRISIS 

INMATES MAY HAVE FORGED PASSES TO DIAGNOSTIC AREA 

N.C. INMATES DISCUSSED KILLING, MAIMING HOSTAGES 

RACIST CONDITIONS CHARGED AT PRISON 

PRISON HOSTAGES SAID THREATENED 

OFFICIALS SAY MANY INMATES CARRY KNIVES 

HUNT DEFENDS OFFICIALS ON PRISON SEGREGATION 

PRISONERS DON'T DESERVE ANY S' EC I AL CONSIDERATION 

N.C, FEDERAL OFFICIALS DISCUSS SEGREGATION AT CENTRAL PRISON 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT TO MONITOR PRISON SEGREGATION 

PRISON LIFE ISN'T IDEAL 

INMATE-HOSTAGE TRIAL DELAYED 

LAhYERS TOUR PRISON 

INMATFS WEREN'T HEROES 

GARRISON ORDERED TO TAKE PHYSICAL EXAM 

WARDEN'S HEALTH AN ISSUE 

3 FACE KIDNAPPING CHARGES 

INMATES INDICTED IN CENTRAL P' I SON HOSTAGE INCIDENT 

PRISON TO PROVIDE SPACE. SECURITY 

THREE INMATES DEMAND RETURN TO FEDERAL PRISON 

THREE INMATES PLEAD INNOCENT ''0 KIDNAPPING 

CLEMENCY SOUGHT FOR INMATE HOSTAGE 

MORRISON: HUNT SHOULD GRANT INMATE CLEMENCY 

MAN AWAITING TRIAL FLEES FROM PRISON 

CENTRAL CELL SEARCHED IN ESCAPE INVESTIGATION 

DURHAM POLICE SEARCH INMATE'S CELL 

'FEAR AND TERROR' DEFENSE PLANNED 

3 CENTRAL PRISONERS DENIED FU-JOS 

NEW POISON A STEP AHEAD 

OFFICIALS PRAISE DESIGN OF NEW CENTRAL PRISON 

AVERY AWAITS MuHOER HEARING 

PRISONER TRINSFERREO TO RALEISH 

TRIAL OF THREE INMATES POSTPONED 

CORRECTIONS EMPLOYEE SUSPENDED 

INMATES LOSE IN ATTEMPT TO U S! DURESS AS DEFENSE 

SIX PICKED FOR TRIAL OF INMATES 

TWO INMATES EJECTED FROM COURTROOM 

PRISONERS FOUND GUILTY OF KIDNAPPING 

INMATES WHO TOOK HOSTAGES GET LONG ORISON SENTENCES 

THREE INMATES SENTENCED FOR HKING HOSTAGES 

l*. N.C. PRISONERS ARE ON HUNGER STRIKE 

CONVICT ENDS HUNGER STRIKE 

INMATE SEGREGATION CHARGED IN N.C. 

MOVING OF INMATES 

STATE ACCUSED OF SEGREGATING CENTRAL INMATES 

IDEALISM OUT OF PLACE BEHIND PRISON WALLS 

CENTRAL PRISON, WARDEN 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, WARDENS 

RICE NAMED WARDEN AT CENTRAL 'RISON 

CENTRAL PRISON WARDEN IS GRANTED SICK LEAVE 

WARDEN'S DECISION SAID 'NO SURPRISE' 

CENTRAL SPORTSWEAR CO. 

FIRM BUYS BUILDING AT SOUL C I' Y 

FIRM WILL OPEN PLANT IN FORME' SOUL CITY BUILDING 

WARREN APPROVES NEW PLANT PROJECT 

CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 







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DATE 


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PG 


L P 3YL 


H 2 


1/05/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


3/24/B2 


B 


4 


P N 


S 2 


3/2'V/e2 


C 


12 


N 


H 2 


10/20/82 


a 


1 


N L41 


S 2 


10/20/52 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


10/2'f/B2 


D 


10 


D F L4I 


H 2 


10/10/82 


D 


10 


C N 


H 2 


11/09/B2 


A 


9 


C N 


H I 


3/2<./B2 


B 


1 


N 


H 1 


5/12/82 


B 


1 


N 


H I 


8/13/82 


B 


1 


N 


H 1 


9/17/82 


B 


1 


N 


H 1 


11/10/82 


B 


1 


P F M27 


H 2 


U/05/82 


D 


1 


P F W66 


S 2 


1/11/32 


A 


3 


N M23 


S 2 


5/24/82 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


9/05/82 


D 


4 


E 


H 2 


9/18/82 


A 


4 


L 


S 2 


1/29/82 


D 


2 


N 


H 2 


2/17/82 


C 


5 


N 


H 2 


8/18/82 


B 


2 


U M71 


S 2 


8/18/82 





3 


N 


S 2 


10/28/82 


B 


3 


N 


H 2 


11/21/82 


B 


3 


N 966 


H 2 


1/06/82 


3 


14 


N 


S 2 


1/06/82 


C 


12 


N 


H 2 


2/09/82 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


3/09/92 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/2A/82 


A 




P N 


S 2 


3/24/62 


A 




N 


S 2 


3/24/82 


A 




N 


H 2 


3/25/82 


A 


1 


P N 


H 2 


3/25/82 


A 


19 


N 


H 2 


3/25/82 


D 


5 


P N 


H 2 


3/25/82 





5 


N 


H 2 


3/25/82 


D 


5 


N 


S 2 


3/25/82 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/25/82 


A 


1 


P N 


H 2 


3/26/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/26/82 


C 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/26/82 


c 


5 


P N 


S 2 


3/26/82 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/26/82 


c 


2 


P N 


H 2 


3/27/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/27/82 


A 


4 


E 


S 2 


3/27/82 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/27/82 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


3/28/82 


A 


10 


N 


S 2 


3/29/82 


A 


I 


N 


H 2 


3/30/82 


B 


5 


P N 


H 2 


3/31/82 


B 


5 


N 


H 2 


4/01/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


4/02/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


4/05/82 


A 


4 


L 


S 2 


4/05/82 


8 


4 


J 


H 2 


4/06/82 


B 


5 


N 


S 2 


4/06/82 


A 


4 


E 


S 2 


4/13/82 


C 


3 


N 


H 2 


4/15/82 


c 


9 


N 


S 2 


4/20/82 


A 


4 


E 


S 2 


4/30/82 


c 


3 


P N 


S 2 


5/01/82 


A 


4 


E 


S 2 


5/04/82 


B 


Q 


N 


H 2 


5/05/82 


A 


8 


N 


S 2 


5/06/82 


C 


4 


N 


H 2 


5/29/82 


C 


7 


N 


H 2 


6/1D/82 


A 


19 


N 


H 2 


6/15/82 


B 


1 


N B81 


S 2 


6/15/82 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 2 


7/15/82 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


7/20/82 


B 


1 


N B51 


S 2 


7/20/92 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


7/23/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


8/01/82 


A 


19 


N 


S 2 


9/0=1/82 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


9/10/82 


A 


10 


P N 


S 2 


9/15/82 


C 


1 


N 


S 2 


9/15/82 


C 


2 


N 


H 2 


9/17/82 


A 


17 


N 


H 2 


9/23/92 


C 


16 


N 


H 2 


10/12/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


10/13/82 


Q 


14 


N 


H 2 


10/15/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


10/16/82 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


10/19/92 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


10/20/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 2 


11/11/82 


C 


11 


N 


H 2 


11/20/82 


A 


5 


N 


S 2 


12/29/82 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


12/29/82 


C 


13 


N 


H 2 


12/30/82 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


12/31/82 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


10/02/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


9/28/82 


A 


7 


N 


S 2 


10/04/82 


c 


2 


N 



2 8/24/82 A 1 N 

I 8/26/82 B 1 N H60 

1 9/0B/R2 B 1 N H60 



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1/07/63 



S I T 

E L Y 

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^^HIl1:1bo5oUGh"phONF customers JANT toll-free calls to DURHAM 

extended priome service packed 

to purchase firm 

phone hearings to be set this week 

phone service rejected 

centel seeks rate increase 

central vmca 

see ymca, durham, central 

century club 

ready to dance 
century club fqrmal 

century oaks (apartments) 

^^FOr''hANDICAPPED and POOR, RENTS OF %5^9 A MONTH 
HUD MAY PUT LIMITATIONS ON CENTURY DAKS PROJECT 
CENTURY OAKS' SLOW RENTALS BOTHER OWNER 
OFFICIALS TO "ROBE HUD ACTION ,„„„, cv 

HUD PROBING ITS APPROVAL OF 2ND PHASE OF COMPLEX 

CERAMIC ENGINES 

SEE ALSO ENGINES , ,, ^, 

CARS "AY SOMEDAY HAVE CERAMIC ENGINES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CERAMIC GUILD 

CLAY CREATIONS IT DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 
FUN OF COLLECTING POTTERY 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
CERAMIC CORE PLANT PLANNED IN MEBANE 
CERAMIC SHOW WINNERS 

CEREBRAL PALSY , „ 

111 JtlS P^NT"»Jltl^'^feEBR'iL'%A?^?°jNi°?RIPPLED CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF N. 
FRESH"AN WITH PALSY SUCCEEDS »T COLLEGE 
FR4T TO HOLD DANCE FOR CEREBRAL PALSY 
OANCE-A-THON IS TOMORROW 
DOCTORS: RAMIREZ GIRL HAS MILD CEREBRAL PALSY 

i8t?iR'^^I^D^TE^E|5A;'?lLSY VICTIM TRIES TO INSPIRE OTHERS 

'■^''siE'LENOX^BAKER''cEREERAL PALSY »N0 CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF N.C. 

CERTAIN SENTENCING 

SEE CRIMINAL SENTENCING 

CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT 

BANKS. S£.LS OFFERING NEW SHORT-TERM CDS 
MOST OF THE ALL-SAVERS MONEY 5EDEP0SITED 
INTEREST RATES COMPETITION HEATS UP^ ^^^, ^ ,^ . ^^^ 
CCB, FIVE OTHER BANKS OFFERING 151 CERTIFICATES 
CC3 WILL ISSUE 15% CERTIFICATE 
MORE FREEDOM FOR THE BANKS 

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS , , ,^ 
DUKE TO HOLD SEMINAR FOR CPAS NEXT WEEK 

CERVICAL CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSO PAP SMEARS 

FREOUENT PAP TESTS SAID NEEDED 

CESAREAN SECTIONS 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

FORCED SURGERY WRONG, EVEN Fff! GOOD REASON 

C'^ST LA VIE (RESTAURANT) 

POLICE FIND MAN'S BODY IN VACANT RESTAURANT 

C'EST LA VIE MAY BE SOLD 

C'EST LA VIE SOLO TO LOCAL BUYER 

WATSON BUYING RESTAURANT 

IT TOOK HIM 5". YEARS TO LIVE, IT WORDS TO DIE 

INVESTMENT KEY TO PURCHASE 

RESTAURANT OWNER BUYS OUT PARTNER 

CHAIN SAW 

SEE ALSO FIREWOOD 

CHAIN-SAW INJURIES MOUNTING IN COUNTY 

CHAMBER ARTS SOCIETY 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CHAMBER ARTS SOCIETY 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

SEE DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

CHAMELEON CLUB 

ABC POLICE CITE MANAGER 

CHAMELEON'S DRINK PERMITS ARE REVOKED 

CHAMPAGNE 

SEE ALSO WINE 

JUDGE CRITICIZES WINING OF JURORS 

CHAN IS MISSING (FILM) 

MYSTERY LIKE HOME-MADE PUZZLE 

CHANGE (A "EN'S COUNSELING PROGRAM ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE! 
SEE ALSO BATTERED WOMEN 

sli ALSO ORANGE/DURHAM YWCA COA. ITION FOR BATTERED WOMEN 
FOR MEN WHO HIT WOMEN 'CHANGE' 
VOLUNTEERS HELP COUNTER DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

CHANNELMASTER SATELLITE SYSTEMS INt . ,.„,, tc, c„ , c i ni,. 
FPANKLINTON AREA MAY SOON BE GETTING CABLE TELEVISION 
FRANKLINTON TO GET CABLE TV SERVICE 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C. 

SEE ALSO APPLE CHILL FAIR 

SEE ALSO CRIME RATE. CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO DOWNTOWN CHAPEL HILL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO EASTWOOD LAKE (GRANDMA'S LAKE) 

SEE ALSO VARSITY THEATRE (CHAPEL HILL. N.C.) 

•MAJOR' ISSUES FACING NEW TOWN MANAGER 

TOWN PREPARFS TO CELEBRATE 

'NUM6AM WUNNNN!' AND CHAPEL HILL ERUPTS 

A LOT OF JOY FROM JORDAN'S JUMPER ,,,„„ 

ANXIOUS FANS EXPLODE AFTER CAROLINA VICTORY 

IT COULD BE WORSE 

TAR HEEL FANS LEAVE MARK ON FSANKLIN ST. 

CHAPEL HILL BECAME MOUNTAIN OF JOY 



1/05/82 

i/a«./e2 
i/a<s/e2 

2/01/92 
3/23/82 
11/2T/32 



S 2 './l'i/82 B 1 
S 2 12/06/82 a 1 



6/13/32 
6/25/82 
7/03/82 
7/16/32 
7/17/82 



1 
1 

12 
1 

1 



W36 
W36 



P T37 
P M66 



N L41 
N S83 
N L4I 



H 2 11/10/32 C 



3/13/82 
3/13/32 
'./02/82 
*/03/B2 
10/11/32 



2/25/62 B 

',/02/82 A 

4/02/82 C 

10/16/32 A 

11/14/62 A 

11/23/82 A 



9/05/82 
10/10/82 
11/16/62 
U/17/82 
11/17/82 
ll/lR/32 



1 1 

7 

22 



371 
371 



N L41 
N S83 



H 2 11/23/32 A 



S 2 ll/2<./82 D 



H 2 6/22/82 A 



5/20/82 C 
5/21/82 C 
5/22/82 B 
5/22/32 A 
5/28/82 B 
10/l''/82 A 
10/20/82 B 



N S83 
U S36 
N 
N 



1/16/32 A 3 N U57 



H 2 11/16/82 B 10 N 
H 2 11/25/32 A 21 N 



S 2 3/30/32 3 «. 
H 2 12/31/82 9 



H 2 <./l3/e2 1 F A20 
5 2 9/14/32 A 6 P F J06 



H 1 7/24/82 B I 
H 1 3/13/82 B 1 



1/01/32 8 
3/29/82 C 
3/31/82 A 
3/30/82 B 
3/30/82 A 
3/30/82 C 
3/31/82 a 
4/01/82 A 



N X27 

P S76 

N M19 

P 

N W36 

U G33 



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1/07/83 



OUT WITH THE OLD CELEBRITIESi IN WITH THE NEW 
HARRIS-TEETER PLANS CHAPEL HILL STORE 
POST-GAME RAMPAGE SLIGHTS HAPoy EVENT 
A CENTER OF OPEN-" I N0EDNE5 S 
HEAVY TRAFFIC 

CHAPEL HILLi N.C.. ANNEXATION 

CHAPEL HILL HAY SEEK MORE OF DURHAM COUNTY 

CHAPEL HILL'S ANNEXATION PLAN GROWS 

OFFICIALS SUGGEST ANNEXING LAND 

CHAPEL HILL ANNEXES TRACT OF DURHAM LAND 

CHAPEL HILL 80AR0 ANNEXES NEARLY 30 ACRES OF DURHAM 

DUKE POWER SEEKING ANNEXATION 

PUBLIC HEARING SET FOR MONDAY IN CHAPEL HILL 

RULING RAISES ANNEXATION QUESTION? 

FUND BALANCE RISES TO 7% IN CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO ADELAIDE WALTERS APARTMENTS ICHAPEL HILLI 

SEE ALSO PROOKSIOE APARTMENTS ICHAPEL HILL. N.C.I 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. C0N:1 OMI NI UM S 

SEE ALSn SHEPHERD LANE APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO 5T0NFHENGE APARTMENTS ICHAPEL HILL. N.C.I 

SEE ALSO UNIVERSITY GARDEN APARTMENTS ICHAPEL HILL. N. 

OWNER SAYS CONDO PERMIT UNNEEDED 

OWNER WILL CONVERT APARTMENTS 

RULING ON APTS. EXPECTED IN FEB. 

NEW CHAPEL HILL MANAGER TO SEEK OKAY FOR PROJECTS 

NEW TOWN MANAGER "AY PUSH HGUS ING PROPOSALS 

BATTLE OF THE BUS UNIFORMS RA^ES ON 

CHAPEL HILL FIRE DA"AGES APARTMENT 

NEIGHPORS OPPOSE APARTMENT PRDJECT 

CHAPEL HILL OKS FUNDS FOR APARTMENT PROJECT 

TOWN APPROVES APARTMENT FUNDS 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. BARS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. RESTAURANTS 
DRIVE-A-TEEN SEEKS HELP FRO" "ARS 
MIXED-DRINK SALES TO MINOR CHARGED 
SCRAP IRONY 

CHAPEL HILL BARS BACK DU I PROGRAM 
PACT WOULD AID ORIVE-A-TEEN 

CHAPEL HILL DRINKING CRACKDOWN CONTINUING 
POLICE CONTINUE ALCOHOL ARRESTS 
TOWN PROPOSAL WOULD PROHIBIT 1 I NOR S IN BARS 
PANEL MAY SE FORMED ON DRINKING PROBLEMS 
COUNCIL EYES TASK FORCE ON DRINKING 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. BICYCLES 
SEE BICYCLE LANES 



CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO 
CHAMBE 
MAYOR 
NASSIF 
FASTER 
CHAMBE 
CHAPEL 
TAYLOR 
CHAPEL 
TAYLOR 
BIG TA 
NORTHS 
TAYLOR 
HUMAN 
DELAY 
HUNICI 
CHAPEL 
TAYLOR 
PAY RA 
CHAPEL 
CHAPEL 
CHAPEL 
5-YEAR 
C1UNCI 
CHAPEL 
CHAPEL 
COUNCI 
ALDERM 
CHAPEL 

CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
DURHAM 
BOARD 
BATTLE 
UNIFOP 
"I THI 
TAYLOR 
DURHAM 
HEAR IN 
BROAOF 
CHAPEL 
TOWN T 
TOWN ''.I 
CHAPEL 
CHAPEL 
CHAPEL 
CHAPEL 
CHAPEL 



N.C.. BUDGET 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCI 

R MEMBERS BACK MORE GOVE 

PROPOSES BUDGET STRATEGI 

URGES NEW STRATEGIES FO 

SHARING FUNDS SHIFT URG 

R: COUNCIL VER- I NV0LVE3 

HILL MANAGER GETS BUDGE 

TALKS TO STUDENTS ON PL 

HILL SETS FORUM ON BUDS 

: CUT SPENDING OR INCREA 

X HIKES OR SPENDING CUTS 

IDE DAY-CARE PARENTS PET 

TO SPEND "LESS" ON UNIF 

SERVICES BUDGET CUTS URS 

URGED ON NEW LIBRARY 

PAL SPACE STUDY IS SOUGH 

HILL COUNCILMAN WARNS 3 

: CHAPEL HILL FACES BUDG 

ISES ARE PROPOSED 

HILL BUDGET CALLS FOR 1 

HILL BUDGET CUTS TAX. 3 

HILL EYES FIVE-YEAR PLA 

PLAN CALLS FOR 17. 9 MIL 

L MAY GET NUCLEAR FREEZE 

HILL SPEAKERS SUPPORT 

HILL HUMAN SERVICES HEA 

LMAN TO PROPOSE A TAX HI 

AN SEEKS TAX INCREASE 

HILL GETS BUDGET, l/<.-C 



L. BUDGET 

RNMENT REVIEW 

E5 

R PLANNING TOWN BUDGETS 

ED 

T RULES 
ANNING 
ET 

SE TAXES 
NECESSARY IN CHAPEL HILL BUDGET 
ITION AGAINST SPACE CUTS 
ORMS 
ED 

T IN CHAPEL HILL 

F TAX INCREASE 

ET CUTS OR TAX HIKE 

/4-CENT TAX DECREASE 

UT HIKE ASKED 

N 

LION 

ISSUE 
ROPOSEO TAX DECREASE 
3UITS 
KE 

ENT DROP IN TAX RATE 



. N.C.. BUSES 

CARRBORO. N.C.. BUSES 

CHAPEL HILL TRANSPORTATION DEPT. 
. CHAPEL HILL BUS FARES AMONG N.C.'S LOWEST 
SAYS DRIVER UNIFORMS NOT NEEDED 

OF THE BUS UNIFORMS RAGES ON 
MS AREN'T NEEDED 

K IT ALL STARTED WHEN THEY GOT PUT IN UNIFORMS!" ICARTDONl 

TO SPEND 'LESS' ON UNIFORMS 

PUSES RANK LOWEST IN L3SSES PER PASSENGER 
G ON TRANSPORTATION TO 3E ASKED IN CHAPEL HILL 
DOT BACKS BUS FARE HIKE 

HILL BUDGET CALLS FOR l/<>-CENT TAX DECREASE 
ORDER UNIFORMS OVER DRIVERS' OBJECTIONS 
ETS GRANT TO BUY BUS SHELTERS 

HILL HAKES CHANGES IN SEVERAL TOWN BUS ROUTES 

HILL BUS ROUTE CHANGES START AUG. 16 

HILL GETS GRANT FOR BUSES 

HILL GETS MONEY FOR BUSES 

HILL TO GET BUS FUNDS 



CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. CABLE TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION. N .C . 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO. N.C.. CABLE TELEVISION 
VARIETY IN YOUR TV FUTU°E 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. CITY EMPLOYEES 

SEX BIAS CASE VICTORY CLAIMED BY CHAPEL HILL 
EMPLOYEES MAY GET RAISE 
PAY RAISES ARE PROPOSED 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. CONDOMINIUMS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. APARTMENTS 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. HOUSING 
SEE ALSO CONDOMINIUMS 
SEE ALSO LAUREL HILLS CONDOMINIJMS 

OWNER SAYS CONDO PERMIT UNNEEDED 

OWNER WILL CONVERT APARTMENTS 

LAUREL HILLS DEVELOPER ALLOWED TO BUILD HOUSES 

SUIT FILED ON LAUREL HILLS 

DEVELOPER SEEKS RULING AGAINST DECISION 

CONDOMINIUM ORDINANCES DRAWN JP FOR CHAPEL HILL 

CONDOMINIUM PROPOSALS GET HEARING TONIGHT 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL STUDIES TWO CONDOMINIUM ORDINANCES 









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DATE 


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PG 


L 


P 


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4/05/82 


PI 


1 




II 


sift 


H 


<> 


4/08/82 


A 


1 1 




N 




S 


/ 


'./0R/°2 


A 


4 




F 




H 


? 


1D/15/B2 


A 


5 




1 




H 


2 


12/30/82 


C 


ID 


D 


P 


R91 


s 


7 


9/08/82 


A 


I 




N 


W16 


H 


7 


9/21/82 


A 


9 




N 


W'ft 


S 


7 


9/21/82 


A 


9 




N 




H 


7 


10/12/82 


H 


1 




N 




s 


7 


10/12/82 


A 


1 II 




N 




H 


7 


10/22/82 


H 


1 




N 




s 


? 


10/22/82 


A 


t 




N 




H 


? 


11/07/82 


A 


4 




N 


W3ft 


H 


2 


U/09/82 


B 


1 




N 


W36 



H 2 


1/07/82 


A 


16 


N 


W36 


S 2 


1/07/82 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


1/22/82 


A 


1 


N 


W)h 


H 2 


2/05/82 


A 


7 


N 


W36 


S ? 


2/05/82 


A 


7 


N 




H 7 


2/09/82 


» 


1 


N 


W16 


S I 


2/25/82 


r. 


1 


N 




H 7 


3/16/82 


H 


1 


N 




H 7 


6/15/82 


H 


1 


N 




S 2 


6/15/82 


A 


1 I 


N 




H 7 


6/08/82 


R 


1 4 


N 


M73 


H 7 


7/16/82 


H 


5 


N 




H 7 


7/18/82 


1) 


4 


F 




S 7 


7/23/92 


1. 


1 


N 


M7 1 


H 7 


7/24/82 


B 


1 7 


N 




S 7 


8/09/82 


A 


5 


N 


W16 


H 2 


8/10/B2 


h 


7 


N 




H 2 


8/17/82 


A 


7 


N 




H 7 


9/28/82 


A 


6 


N 


W36 


5 2 


9/28/82 


A 


6 


N 





H 


7 


2/D5/82 


B 


1 


N 


W36 


S 


7 


2/12/82 


A 


1 


N 


Wlh 


H 


7 


2/13/82 


H 


1 


N 


Wlh 


H 


7 


2/17/82 


A 


9 


N 




S 


7 


2/17/82 


A 


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N 




s 


7 


2/24/82 


A 


5 


N 


Wlh 


H 


7 


2/25/82 


A 


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N 


Wth 


H 


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3/02/82 


A 


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W36 


H 


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3/05/92 


1 


1 


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WIA 


S 


7 


3/05/82 


A 


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N 




H 


7 


3/06/82 


A 


5 


N 


M71 


H 


2 


3/119/82 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 


7 


3/ 0/82 


A 


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N 


W16 


H 


7 


3/ 1/82 


A 


71 


N 


Vih 


S 


7 


3/ 1/82 


A 


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3/12/82 


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[ 7 


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W16 


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3/23/82 


H 


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N 


M73 


s 


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4/23/82 


B 


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s 


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5/07/82 


A 


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N 


M7 3 


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5/08/82 


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W36 


H 


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5/11/82 


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7 


5/11/82 


A 


J 


N 




H 


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5/22/82 


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N 


Wlft 


H 


7 


5/25/82 


A 


1 


N 


Wf6 


H 


7 


6/15/82 


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N 


Wlh 


H 


7 


6/24/82 


1 


9 


N 


w<h 


s 


7 


6/24/82 


( 


7 


N 




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6/29/82 


B 


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N 


W36 



S 


7 


1/13/82 


A 


I 


N 


M7 3 


H 


7 


1/14/82 


A 


1 8 


N 




H 


7 


2/09/82 


H 


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N 


Wf6 


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2/10/82 


A 


4 


F 




H 




2/11/82 


A 


4 


T T 


R56 


H 




3/09/82 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 




3/30/82 


H 


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N 


W36 


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4/03/82 


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h 


N 




s 




4/19/82 


(, 


1 


N 




s 




5/07/82 


A 


in 


N 


M7i 


H 




7/13/82 


P 


1 


N 


W16 


H 




7/21/82 


A 


14 


N 




H 




3/04/82 


A 


1 '■) 


N 




S 




3/04/82 


A 


3 


N 




H 




10/17/82 


A 


1 7 


N 




S 




10/18/82 


A 


h 


N 




s 




11/18/82 


A 


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N 


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H 2 1/31/82 F 1 P N 



2/19/82 
4/23/82 
4/23/82 



H 2 1/07/82 A 16 



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1/07/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 


7 


1/12/82 


B 


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N W36 


H 


7 


1/19/82 


A 


9 


N W36 


S 




1/19/B2 


A 


S 


N 


H 




1/23/B2 


A 


5 


N W36 


s 


2 


1/25/B2 


B 


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H 2 1/26/82 A 10 



MONTHLY/A 



JUDGE: CHJPEL HtLL MUST ISSUE PERHIT 
JOHN COUNCIL OKS CONOOMINIU" 'LAN 
CONDCINIUHS GET OK IN CHAPEL HILL 



INDEX 
- 12/31/82 



CHAPEL HiLLt N.C.» COURTS 

SHOPLIFTING SUSPECT REQUESTS 



AKYER. IS CITED FOR CONTEMPT 



CHAPEL HILLi N.C.. DRIVE-IN SERVICES 
.(FNDV'S MINDOH CO^ES UP AGAIN 

NE- CHAPEL HILL MANAGER TO SEEK OKAY FOR PROJECTS 
NEW TCJWN MANAGER HAY PUSH HOUSING PROPOSALS 
BATTLE OF THE SUS UNIFORMS RAGES ON 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. DROUGHT 

SEE ALSO CANE CREEK RESERVOIR 

SEE ALSO DROUGHT, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ORANGE HATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO UNIV. LAKE 

THIRSTY SUMMER STILL THREATEN^ 

CMAPPL HILL. N.C.. FEDERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 

CHAPEL HILL HOPES TO HARVEST lOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 

CHAPEL HILL TO SEEK GRANTS 

CHAPEL HILL MAY SEEK SEWER GRANT 

CHAPEL HILL SETS HEARING ON CO GRANT 

FUNDS MAY FINANCE SEWER LINES 

FUNPS APPLICATION HEARING SCHEDULED 

PANEL TC REVIEW APPLICATION ,,.,,„.. 

THAPEL HILL COUNCIL APPROVES 1750.000 GRANT APPLICATION 

FUND BALANCE RISES TO 7X IN C^APEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. FEDERAL GRANTS 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL AID. N.C. 
TOWN MAY GET FUNDS 

TOWN GETS GRANT TO 3UY BUS SHELTERS 
CHAPEL HILL TO GET SHELTERS 
CHAPEL HILL GETS GRANT FOR BUSES 
CHAPEL HILL GETS MONEY FOR BUSES 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C. FESTIVALS 
SEE ALSO APPLE CHILL FAIR 

SEE ALSn FESTIFALL (CHAPEL HILL. N.C.I 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. N.C. 

APPLE CHILL FEST STARTS AT I SUNDAY 

APPLE chill: 25.000 CROWD FRANKLIN ST. 

PARTICIPATE IN FESTIVAL 



CHAPEL HILL. N.C. 
SEE CHAPEL HILL. 



"HANGOUTS" 
N.C. BARS 



CHAPEL HILL. N.C. HISTORY 
SEE ALSO N.C. HISTORY 

HOW TIMES 00 CHANGE: ANNEXATION FAILS 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. HOLIDAYS 

HOLIDAY DELAYS TRASH COLLECTION IN CHAPEL HILL 

ORANGE COUNTY OFFICES CLOSED 

ORANGE PLANS CLOSINGS 

UNC STUOENTS LEAVE. ORANGE CLOSINGS LISTED 

...AND EMPLOYEES OF CHAPEL HILL. CARRBORO GET FIVE DAYS OFF 

SOME AGENCIES CLOSED TODAY, OTHERS MONDAY 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C. HOSPITALS , „, 

HOSPITAL FIRM DELAYING PLANS -OR CHAPEL HILL 

FIRM OEVISES HOSPITAL PLAN 

REPORT DUE ON HOSPITAL 

ORANGF HOSPITAL OPPOSED 

CHAPEL HILL .(ON'T GET NEW HOSPITAL 

REVIEW OF HOSPITAL "LAN WITHDRAWAL CANCELED 

HFALTH SOARO CANCELS MEETING SET FOR TODAY 

POOR HOSPITAL CARE 



CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO 

SEE ALSC 

SEE ALSO 

SEE ALSO 

LAUREL 

SUIT - 

PETITI 

DEVELO 

RULING 

JUDGE' 

CHAPEL 

JUDGE 

HCUSIN 

NEIGH? 

STONE" 

PINEY 

COUNCI 

HOUSIN 



N.C. HOUSING 
5UILDING DEVELO 
CHAPEL HILL. 
CHAPEL HILL HOU 
HOUSING. N.C 
HILLS DEVELOPER 
ILED ON LAUREL H 
ONERS SEEK CUTS 
PER SEEKS RULING 
ON APTS. EXPECT 
S RULING SUPPORT 
HILL HOUSING PR 
SUPPORTS HOUSING 
G CASE APPEALED 
ORHOOD GROUP PRO 
ENGE APARTMENTS 
MOUNTAIN FACES N 
CAN SEEKS "OVIN 
G RESOLUTION WIT 



PERS 

C. CONOOMINIUMS 

SING AUTHORITY 

ALLOWEO TO BUILD HOUSES 
ILLS 
IN HICKORY HILLS PROJECT 

AGAINST DECISION 

EO IN F;a. 

S PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECT 
OJECT UPHELD 
PROJECT 

TESTS HOUSING PROJECT 

OPPOSED 

EW VOTE IN CHAPEL HILL 

G OF PROJECT 

HDRAWN 



CHAPEL HILL. N.C. HOUSING CODE 

CONCD^INIUM ORDINANCES DRAWN JP FOR CHAPEL HILL 
CONDOMINIUM PROPOSALS GET HEASING TONIGHT 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
HARRIS PLANS NEW "LOG. 

CHAPEL HILL. OFFICE PROPERTY 

EURPPA BUILDER EXPANDS PROJECT 

DEVFLOPER RELEASES EUOOPA COMMUNITY PLANS 

DEVELOPERS PLAN BUILDING 

MAINE FIRM PLANS 58 MILLION BJILOING ON E. FRANKLIN ST. 

MEDICAL FIRM BUYS FRANKLIN SOUARE SPACE 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C. ORDINANCES 

CONDOMINIUM ORDINANCES tlRAnN JP FOR CHAPEL "ILL 

CONDOMINIUM PROPOSALS GET HEADING TONIGHT „„„,. ..,r- 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL STUDIES TWO CONDOMINIUM ORDINANCES 

TOWING ORDINANCE APPROVED 

CHAPEL HILL PASSES NEW TOWING LAW 

CHAPEL HILL TOUGHENS PET LAW 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C. PARKING AREAS 
SEE ALSO PARKING VIOLATIONS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. PARKING 

TOWING ORDINANC'= APPROVED 

CHAPEL HILL PASSES NEW TOWING LAW 

TOWN PARKING FINES TO RISE 

CHAPEL MILL MAY VOTE AGAIN ON PARKING DECK 

■^"•"SinS^PEO^Li-SuS'v^Jio LIKE CHA.EL HILL PARKS 
MOST RATE CHAPEL HILL PARKS GOOD 

CHAPFL HILL. N.C. POPULATION 



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H 2 


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W36 


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4/15/82 


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H 2 


5/27/82 


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S 2 


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C 


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H 2 


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14 


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H 2 


7/07/82 


A 


8 


N 


W36 


H 2 


11/09/92 


3 


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W36 


S 2 


1/25/82 


C 


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N 


H36 


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7/21/32 


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7/21/82 


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11/23/82 


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B45 


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12/20/92 


A 


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N 


B46 


H 2 


12/21/82 


B 


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H 2 


12/31/82 


A 


9 


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H 2 


1/28/82 


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H 2 


7/16/82 


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H 2 


8/08/82 


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W36 


H 2 


3/12/82 


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S 2 


8/30/82 


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H 2 


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1/12/82 B 
1/19/82 A 
1/19/82 3 
1/19/82 A 
1/22/82 A 
2/09/82 A 
2/10/82 C 
2/10/82 A 
2/26/32 A 
2/26/82 C 
3/16/32 A 
3/19/92 A 
3/19/92 A 
3/24/82 C 



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N W36 

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1/25/82 B 



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3/14/82 


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8/14/82 


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3/17/62 


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3/18/82 


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12/08/82 


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1/23/92 


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1/25/82 


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1/26/82 


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H 


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3/09/82 


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7/13/92 


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H 2 3/09/82 B 1 N W36 

S 2 3/09/92 C 4 N 

H 2 4/27/82 C 10 N W36 

H 2 7/22/82 8 2 N M23 



2/23/92 
2/23/82 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

l/OX/82 - 12/31/82 



TOWNS BECOMING 'WHITERt RICHE'' 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. PROPERTY TAXES 
SEE PROPERTY TAXES. CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. RESTAURANTS 

SEE ALSa CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. BARS 

SEE ALSO FOUR CORNERS (CHAPEL HILL. N.C. RESTAURANT) 

SEE ALSO PYEHACKET RESTAURANT 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS. N.C. 

FOUR CORNERS CETS REPRIEVE 

CABARET OPTS FOR BANKRUPTCY 

CHAPEL HILL GROUP SEEKING TO REVIVE THE COFFEEHOUSE 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. SEiiERS 

SEE ALSO CARRBQRO. N.C. SEWE» LINES 

SEE ALSO MASON FARM WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT 

SEE ALSO ORANGE WATER ANO SEWER AUTHORITY 

CHAPEL HILL HOPES TO HARVEST ZOHMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 

CHAPEL HILL TO SEEK GRANTS 

CHAPEL HILL MAY SEEK SEWER GRANT 

FUNDS MAY FINANCE SEWER LINES 

RULING RAISES ANNEXATION QUESTIONS 

FUND BALANCE RISES TO 7» IN CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C. STREETS 

HIGHWAY PLAN INCLUDES I-'.O 

CHAPEL HILL HOPES TO HARVEST COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 

CHAPEL HILL TO SEEK GRANTS 

CHAPEL HILL STREETS: WHO LIVES WHERE? 

CHAPEL HILL COUNCIL APPROVES »750,000 GRANT APPLICATION 

CARPBORO'S ALDERMEN SEE HIGHWAY PLAN 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C. TAX RATE 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY TAXES. CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL COUNCILMAN WARNS ]F TAX INCREASE 
CHAPEL HILL BUDGET CUTS TAX, BUT HIKE ASKED 
CHAPEL HILL SPEAKERS SUPPORT "ROPOSEO TAX DECREASE 

CHAPEL HILL. N.C. TAKES 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY TAXES, CHAPEL HILL 

TAYLOR: CHAPEL HILL FACES BUD". E T CUTS OR TAX HIKE 
CHAPEL HILL BUDGET CUTS TAX, 5UT HIKE ASKED 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, TAXIS 
SEE ALSO TAXI CABS 
A PROMISING IDEA 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, TELEPHONES 

HEARING DATES TO BE SET WEDNESDAY 

HEARING ON PHONE POLL SET 

TELEPHONE POLL DEPENDS ON MARCH 8 HEARING 

CITY COUNCIL PRE-EMPTS PHONE SERVICE HEARING 

HILLSBOROUGH OPTIONAL-CALLING SAID BETTER 

FEW IN DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL CALL HILLSBOROUGH - SURVEY 

DATE CHANGED: PHONE HEARING SET FOB APRIL 21 

HILLSBOROUGH RESIDENTS PUSH FOR EXTENDED PHONE SERVICE 

N.C UTILITIES COMMISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

PHONE HEARING TONIGHT 

PHONE SERVICE EXPANSION COSTS ARE CHALLENGED 

SPEAKERS: EXTEND PHONE 5ERVIC? 

CHAPEL HILL 'MA BELL' TAKES NAP 

CHAPEL HILL TELEPHONES OUT OF COMMISSION FOR AN HOUR 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, ZONING 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL PLANNING B?ARO 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/ORANGE COUNTY, ZONING 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C ZONING 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. ZONING 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY PLANNING BOARD 

WENDY'S WINDOW CO^ES UP AGAIN 

SUIT FILED ON LAUREL HILLS 

PFTITIONERS SEEK CUTS IN HICKDRY HILLS PROJECT 

DEVELOPER SEEKS RULING AGAINST DECISION 

RULING ON ARTS. EXPECTED IN FEB. 

NEW CHAPEL HILL MANAGER TO SE= K OKAY FOR PROJECTS 

NEW TOWN MANAGER MAY PUSH HOUSING PROPOSALS 

BATTLE OF THE BUS UNIFORMS RAGES ON 

CHAPEL HILL HOUSING PROJECT UPHELD 

JUDGE SUPPORTS HOUSING PROJECT 

TOWN COUNCIL DENIES PLEA ON EL SALVADOR 

COUNCIL DOESN'T BACK PROTEST TN TRAINING 

NEIGHBORS OPPOSE APARTMENT PROJECT 

STONEHENGE APARTMENTS OPPOSED 

TOWN PARKING FINES TO RISE 

NEIGHBORS OPPOSE OFFICE ZONE IN UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS 

TOWN COUNCIL OKS CONDOMINIUM PLAN 

CONDOMINIUMS GET OK IN CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL ATTORNEY'S OFFICE 

DENNY. FORMER CHAPEL HILL TOWN ATTORNEY, 
FUNERAL TOMORROW FOR ATTORNEY 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 105 
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DIES AT 58 



CHAPEL HILL BALLET CO. 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

CHAPEL HILL BALLET TO PERFORM HERE 

GIANT STEPS MADE BY CHAPEL HILL BALLET 

BALLET DANCERS CHALLENGED IN CHAPEL HILL PERFORMANCE 

YOUNG DANCERS SHOW PROMISE 

CHAPEL HILL PIBLE CHURCH 

BIBLE CHURCHES: INDEPENDENTS LOOK TO DURHAM FOR NEW CONGREGATIONS 

CHAPEL HILL PIRD CLUB 

BIRD CLUB MAKES FEBRUARY PLANS 

FILM ON EAGLE TO BE SHOWN TO 1IR0 CLUB 

BIRD CLUB TO SEE FILM ON EAGL= 

CHAPEL HILL BIRD CLUB SETS 4 FIELD TRIPS THIS MONTH 

BIRD COUNT SET THIS WEEKEND 

BIRD CLUB SETS DINNER 

BIRD CLUB PLANNING TRIPS 

CHAPEL HILL BIRD CLUB PLANS T^IPS 

BIRD CLUB SETS NOMINATIONS 

BIRO CLUB OFFICERS NAMED 

BIRO CLUB OFFICERS ELECTED 

CHAPEL MILL DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES 

REPORT: CHAPEL HILL SHOULD RESTRUCTURE SERVICES 
CHAOEL HILL HUMAN SERVICES HEAD QUITS 
GABER LEAVING DIRECTOR'S JOB 

CHAPEL HILL DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES, BUDGET 
HUMAN SERVICES BUDGET CUTS URSE9 

CHAPEL HILL DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 

SEE CHAPEL HILL TRANSPORTATION DEPT. 



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5/27/92 C 
5/27/82 A 
U/07/92 A 
11/09/92 B 



1/13/92 B 

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4/15/82 B 

7/06/82 B 

7/07/92 A 

12/15/82 C 



2 3/12/82 A 12 
2 5/09/82 C 1 
2 5/25/82 A 11 



3/23/92 B 
5/08/82 C 



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N W36 



N 

N W36 

N 

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N W36 

N 846 



N W36 
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N M2 3 
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2/11/82 


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3/31/82 


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2/23/92 


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s 


2 


3/25/82 


D 


4 P 


N 


B71 


H 


2 


4/09/82 


D 


8 


R 


L34 


H 


2 


12/10/82 


D 


12 


R 


L34 


H 


2 


3/27/82 


A 


6 


N 


A20 


H 


2 


2/03/92 


A 


15 


N 




H 


2 


3/05/82 


A 


15 


N 




S 


2 


3/05/92 


A 


12 


N 




H 


2 


4/09/92 


A 


16 


N 




H 


2 


4/29/92 


C 


9 


N 




H 


2 


9/01/92 


A 


16 


N 




H 


2 


9/02/92 


A 


22 


N 




H 


2 


9/23/92 


A 


13 


N 




H 


2 


11/05/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 


2 


11/27/82 


e 


1 


N 




S 


2 


11/27/82 


A 


1 3 


N 





S 2 1/29/92 A 9 N W36 
H 2 6/15/92 e 1 N W36 
5 2 6/15/82 A 3 N 



H 2 3/10/92 A 10 



NONTHLV/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/B2 



SUBJECTS 



P4GE 106 
1/07/83 



CHAPEL HILL FERTILITY SE'^VICES 

^^ri liilC'S^cioST 'TEST-TUBE' Ei=FORTS fAIL 

TESTiTUPE EaIv EXPERI-ENT TO BE TOIEO AGAIN NEXT MONTH 

fertility focus of special ^ooh 

Chapel hill fire oept. 

SEE iLSO chapel hill police dept . 
fireman 15 overcome 
chapel hill lists less fire OAMAGE 
projects hardest hit by chapel hill fires 
features stress fire preventiin 

chapel hill garden club 

arts institute goes public 

honor society starts chapter in oranue 

"""-c'HAJkt "Hl lil5?VpAL RESIGNS FOR N.J. JOB 
CHAPEL Hltt C:iNTEST PRO-OTES SEAT SELT USE 
COUPON WINNERS 
CHHSERS LEAD DISCUSSION 

MARCY I^ NEW PRINCIPAL OF CHAPEL HILL HIGH 
HAD CLOSE-UP VIE« OF CAPITAL 

AGENCY AI"S AT DRUNKEN DRIVERS ,c, t<: 

FEDERAL OFFICIALS SERIOUS ABOUT BUCKLING SEAT BELTS 

OFFICIALS SEEKING HIKE IN SCH30L ATTENDANCE 

DO YOU GET IT' 

WAR" UP FOR CONCERT 

"*"^SU?i'iGy!S?T'^r?S'so5?°s'J^RO RULED DIS-ISSED 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. BASEBALL 
CHAPEL HILL. PERSON WIN. WILL MEcT 

CHAPFL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. BASKETBALL 

CHANEL HILL FLIES PAST JORDAN BEHIND SMITH 

MILLER'S TIGERS 'AWESOME' 

CHAPEL HILL BREEZES TO 20TH STRAIGHT WIN 

SOUTHERN. CHAPEL HILL ROLL rro-trur uTu 

BALANCED ATTACK GIVES CHAPEL HILL 21ST STRAIGHT WIN 

CHAPEL HILL'S STREAK STFAMROLLS DURHAM 

TIGERS ROUT BULLDOGS 

CHAPEL HILL'S SCORING STREAK ROUTS KNIGHTS 

TIGFRS ROXP. SPARTANS HOLD ON 

TIGERS' S'^ITH CAN PLAY 

CHAPEL HILL ROLLS PAST PERSON. 77-52 

TIG'=RS' ONLY SETBACK IN POCKET BOOK — NOT LOSS COLUMN 

CHAPEL HILL DEFEATS VANCE. 55-<.7 

TIGERS. BULLDCIGS RE-AIN ONE-TWO 

CHAPEL HILL RISKS STREAK AT OJRHAM 

TIGERS BREEZE PAST DURHAM 

TIGERS 'KING OF THE HILL' 

CHAPEL HILL RACES BY NORTHERN. 99-*6 

CHAPEL HILL CLINCHES TIE FOR =IRST PLACE 

TALENT, INTELLIGENCE=CHHS_TIG;RS 

DHS CTACH TESTIFIES TO TIGERS' STRENGTH tttic 

CHAPEL HILL ESCAPES PERSON'S JPSET 910. TAKES BIG SIX TITLE 

CHAPEL HILL NIPS VANCE IN OT, ^8-^6 , 

TIGERS OPEN TITLE DRIVE WITH WIN OVER NORTHERN 

CHAPEL HILL EDGES BY DURHAM. 50-<.8 

TIGERS CAPTURE TWO CROWNS 

BULLDOGS TO MEET ASHEVILLE 

TIGERS. 'DOGS READY FOR TOURNAMENT 

OAVIS SPARKS CHAPEL HILL'S NA3R0W VICTORY 

ciAPEL HILL. SOUTHERN BEGIN OJESTS FOR REGIONAL TITLES 

STAYING ON TOP OF THINGS: CHAPEL HILL'S TIGERS TAKE CLOSE GAMES. . • 

EAST REGIONAL RUNS SMOOTHEST 

DEFENSE DIFFERENCE FOR TIGERS 

TIGFRS i?N'^sJ?RTANs'L3SE IN STATE PLAYOFF REGIONALS 
UNBEATEN TIGERS TAKE WESTERN TITLE 
IgSNlA';hrt!J=J??'3jE"syx%'?A5ER OF YEAR DRAWS RAVES FROM EVERYONE. 

in 3!l:ti°R = T8p"!icHi^hH|p^L''H?;^ ^?JiSs T05 CATS 
GRYPHON COACH SAYS CHAPEL HILL ' AW ESOM E ' TE AM 

chapel hill takes aim on repeat of 4-a title 

rocky mount turns tables. wins *-» title 

gryphons deny tigers 

tigers face test 

tigers claw jordan high 

chapel hill too much to falcons 

S"ITh leads chapel hill 

s^ith remains hot as tigers win sixth 

SMITH. TIGERS S"ASH SPINGARN ^ ^ 

TIGFRS' RALLY FALLS SHORT AS "lAMI PREVAILS BY ONE 
CHAPEL HILL 74 CHRIST THE KING 63 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. CR1 SS-COUNTRY 

CHAPEL HILL CLAIMS STATE CROSS COUNTRY TITLE 
TIGERS CAPTURE <.TH CROSS-COUNTRY TITLE 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. FOOTBALL 

YOU-^G 3UITS AS CHAPEL HILL FQDTBALL COACH 

YOUNG WANTS CHAPEL HILL JOB BACK 

YOUNG'S STATUS STILL UNDECIDED 

JS^PE^'hIll" INJURY S?Soy'sEEK? PREVENTION. PREDICTION IDEAS 

TIGFRS C-P = N BIG SIX SEASON WITH 20-0 WIN OVER DURHAM 

NORTHERN RALLY GAINS 13-3 wIN 

KNIGHTS RALLY PAST STUBBORN TIGERS „,,.,,„^ 

HORNETS STING TIGERS. REMAIN IN 4-* PICTURE 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. , GIR LS 
LADY TIGERS FOLLOW TOUGH ACT 
CHAPEL HILL GIRLS TAKE TITLE 
CHAPEL HILL GIRLS WIN. »EACH =INALS 
MISS LEAKE'S 28 SPARK TIGERS' WIN 

3yk's°CilKj°TAL'L'lEs'2l'ik^'ADY TIGERS GROUND GRIMSLEY 
CHAPEL HILL GIRLS ADVANCE ,.,., ,^.,„ 
TOO MUCH CONFIDENCE CONCERNS TIGER COACH 
LAOY TIGERS BACK IN ACTION 
PAGE OUSTS CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. SOCCER 
UP IN A CROWD 

Chapel hill high SCHOOL sports, track 

TIGERS' ANDREW WINS AWARD 
CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. WRESTLING 



H 2 12/23/P2 s 6 N 
S 2 12/23/82 C 5 N 
H 2 12/25/82 C 1 P N 



s 


7 


6/01/82 


A 


CI 




N 




H 


7 


8/20/82 


A 


9 




N 


W35 


s 


7 


3/20/92 


A 


8 




N 




H 


2 


10/07/82 


S 


9 




N 




H 


7 


2/02/92 


A 


8 


p 


N 




H 


2 


3/30/82 


A 


6 








H 


7 


1/05/82 


3 


12 




N 






7 


3/04/P2 


1 


1 










7 


3/16/92 


R 


1 






1 il 


H 


7 


3/27/82 


B 


1 


P 






S 


7 


4/27/92 


A 






N 


M2i 


H 


7 


5/01/82 


A 


5 


p 




"66 


H 


7 


5/14/82 


A 


1 * 




N 


M2 3 


S 


7 


5/14/92 


(, 


1 




N 




H 


7 


6/25/92 


M 


1 






"65 


s 


7 


8/10/92 


A 


1 2 




N 


M2J 


H 


■> 


9/18/92 


A 


6 








H 


2 


12/11/92 


A 


5 




P 


r J' 


H 


2 


5/19/92 


C 


3 




N 





H 2 5/25/82 C 



H 2 


1/05/92 3 


2 P 


N 


S 2 


1/06/92 D 


3 P 


U C09 


H 2 


1/09/92 B 


3 


N 


S 2 


1/09/92 A 


8 P 


N 


H 2 


1/17/82 3 


C 


N 


H 2 


1/21/92 


1 P 


N 


S 2 


1/21/92 C 


5 P 


N 


H 2 


1/23/92 3 


3 P 


N S71 


S 2 


1/23/92 A 


8 » 


N 


S 2 


1/27/92 C 


1 P 


U C09 


H 2 


1/30/82 3 


3 


N 


H 2 


2/03/82 3 


2 


U M71 


H 2 


2/03/92 B 


3 


N 


5 2 


2/03/»2 


1 P 


N 


H 2 


2/05/92 C 


3 P 


N 


H 2 


2/06/92 3 


3 P 


N M71 


S 2 


2/05/92 A 


8 P 


N 


H 2 


2/10/92 D 


3 


N 


H 2 


2/13/92 3 


3 


N 


S 2 


2/13/°2 A 


8 " 


U C09 


H 2 


2/14/92 B 


8 


N S7l 


H 2 


2/17/82 C 


2 


N 


H 2 


2/20/92 3 


3 


N 


H 2 


2/25/82 C 


2 


N 


H 2 


2/27/82 3 


3 P 


N 


S 2 


2/27/82 A 


9 P 


N 


H 2 


3/02/92 B 


2 


N S71 


S 2 


3/02/92 B 


2 P 


U C09 


H 2 


3/03/82 S 


2 P 


N C52 


S 2 


3/03/»2 


1 P 


N C09 


H 2 


3/07/82 3 


9 


N S71 


H 2 


3/11/E2 D 


1 P 


F C52 


S 2 


3/11/92 C 


3 


U C09 


H 2 


3/13/82 a 


2 


N "71 


S 2 


3/13/82 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


3/14/92 e 


3 


N "71 


S 2 


3/15/92 D 


5 


N 


S 2 


3/16/92 B 


2 


U C09 


H 2 


3/19/92 D 


1 P 


F M71 


H 2 


3/18/°2 D 


1 P 


F 


S 2 


3/ 9/92 B 


1 


U C09 


H 2 


3/ 9/82 C 


1 


F S7l 


H 2 


3/20/32 D 


1 


N S71 


H 2 


3/21/82 3 


I 


N "71 


S 2 


3/22/92 D 


5 P 


U COO 


S 2 


11/19/92 D 


11 P 


F C09 


H 2 


12/08/92 3 


7 P 


P S75 


H 2 


12/09/82 E 


3 P 


N C36 


H 2 


12/15/92 C 


2 


N 


H 2 


12/19/92 B 


7 


N 


H 2 


12/29/82 3 


4 


N 


H 2 


12/30/82 


3 


N 


H 2 


12/31/92 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


11/06/82 B 


4 


N 


S 2 


11/06/82 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


2/10/92 


I P 


N M71 


H 2 


3/04/92 D 


1 


N S71 


H 2 


3/29/92 8 


6 


N S71 


H 2 


a/22/82 G 


9 


N 


H 2 


9/12/92 : 


9 


N C36 


H 2 


10/08/92 C 


1 


N C35 


H 2 


10/15/82 3 


3 " 


N C35 


S 2 


10/16/82 A 


9 P 


N 


H 2 


10/23/92 


2 


N 


H 2 


1/10/92 B 


9 F 


N S71 


H 2 


2/19/92 C 


2 


N 


H 2 


2/26/82 C 


2 = 


N 


H 2 


2/27/82 B 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/02/92 e 


2 


N S71 


H 2 


3/03/92 8 


2 


N 


S 2 


3/03/92 D 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/10/92 E 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/11/92 


7 


N 


H 2 


3/12/82 C 


2 


N 



H 2 11/10/92 C 1 P P S76 



MONTHLY/A 



N ^4 U « L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 107 
1/07/B3 



TIGER WRESTLERS IMPROVE 



CHAPEL HILL HOUSING AUT 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL 
SPEAKERS RAP HOUSI 
OPPOSITION SURFACE 
CARBBORD MAY YIELD 
CARRBORO RESIDENTS 
HOUSING BOARO NAME 
CA3RB0RC ALDERMEN 
CARRBORO COMPLEX T 
PINEY MOUNTAIN FAC 
COUNCILMAN SEEKS Mi 
BOARD PONDERS GRAN 
CARRBORO BOARD OKS 
HOUSING COMPLEX AP 
SITE RECUEST WITHD 
ALDERMAN BACKS SEL 
ALDERMAN ASKS PART 
COUNCIL CONTROL OF 
CHAPEL HILL BOARD 
CHAPEL HILL COUNCI 
SFSSION PLANNED ON 
MEETING PLANNED MO 
HOUSING PANEL TO G 
CHAPEL HILL HOUSIN' 
TWO COMPANIES BID 
HOUSING PACT IS AP 
ORANGE EOARD OKS C 
SFCET VOTE TAKEN 
CHAPEL HILL HOUSIN 
CHAPEL HILL HOUSINi 
CHAPEL HILL HOUSIN 
STEVENSON DEFENDS 
STEVENSON DEFENDS 
HOUSING AUTHORITY 
HOUSING PANEL NAME 



HORITY 

N.C.. HOUSING 
NG PROJECT 
S TO PROJECT 

HOUSING LOAN 

PROTEST HOUSING SI TE 
S SECRIST ACTING DIRECTOR 
APPROVE LOAN FOR HOUSING COMPLEX 
GET STUDY 

ES NEW VOTE IN CHAPEL HILL 
OVING OF PROJECT 
TING PERMIT 

PUBLIC HOUS ING SITE 
PROVED IN CARRBORO 
RAWN 

LING SITE 
lAL SALE OF SITE 

HOUSING PANEL PROPOSED 
SAID MISMANAGED 
LMEN TO AIR HOUSING TAKEOVER 

AUTHORITY TAKEOVER 
NDAY ON CHA'EL HILL AUTHORITY 
ET HELP 

G UNIT TO GET HELP 

ON AUDIT OF TOWN, HOUSING AUTHORITY 
PROVED IN ORANGE 
ONTRACT 

ON RESIGNATION ICHAPEL HILL HOUSING AUTHORITY 
G OFFICIALS EYE RESIGNATION 
G DIRECTOR 'ESIGNS 
G AUTHORITY HEAD TO LEAVE 
CHOICE 

FIRE INSURANCE POLICY 
VIOLATED THE LAW 
S SECRIST — AGAIN 



CHAPEL HILL INTERCHURCH COUNCIL 

SEE INTER-FAITH COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL SERVICE 

CHAPEL HILL JUNIOR SERVICE LEAGUE 

OANCE FESTIVAL HAS MEMBERSHIP DRIVE 
IT WAS TWO YEARS IN THE MAKINS 
DON'T HOLD the mayo 
SANTA'S ELVES START EARLY 

CHAPEL HILL PLANNING BOARD 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. ZONING 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/CHAPEL H IL L/CAR? 80R0 PLANNING AREA 
LAUREL HILLS DEVELOPER ALLOWED TO BUILD HOUSES 
PETITIONERS SEEK CUTS IN HICKIRY HILLS PROJECT 
NEW CHAPEL HILL MANAGER TO SEH K OKAY FOR PROJECTS 
NEW TOWN M4N4GER MAY PUSH HOUSING PROPOSALS 
MEETINGS SET IN CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL MAY VOTE AGAIN ON PARKING DECK 
CHAPEL HILL MAY SEEK M0ȣ OF :)URHAM COUNTY 
TOWNS TO GET PLAN TO EASE TRAFFIC PAINS 
ORANGE TRANSPORTATION NEEDS T:) BE DISCUSSED NEXT MONTH 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE DEPT. 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL FIRE DEPT. 

CHAPEL HILL GIVEN GRANT IN DUI WAR 

POLICE SETTLE BIAS DISPUTE 

PROGRAM TO CURB YOUTHFUL CRIMES SET IN CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE CHIEF'S DAUGHTER FINED 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE ARREST STUDENTS ON ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS 

CHAPEL HILL GETS FUNDS TO STOP DRUNKEN DRIVING 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE DEPT., AUTOS 

SEE CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM, 



AUTOS 



CHAPEL HILL POLICE STATION 

POLICE CENTER TO HONOR BLAKE 

POLICE PLAN DEDICATION OF NEW H3 

CHAPEL HILL PSO BUILDING TO BE DEDICATED 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE HO TO BE DEDICATED SUNDAY 

2 TO OCCUPY OLD POLICE PUILDnG 

ORANGE COUNTY RECEIVES 542,712 FROM WATER BONDS 

POLICE PRACTICE WITH LASER 

CHAPEL HILL PRESERVATION SOCIETY 
ANTIQUE SHOW IS SEPT. 17-19 
ANTIQUE APPRAISAL DAY SLATED 
ANTIQUES APPRAISED NEXT WEEK 
APPRAISAL DAY FOR QUESTIONS 
HOLIDAY TOUR DEC. 11, 12 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC LIBRARY 

FULL SCHEDULE MONDAY FOR CHAPEL HILL MANAGER 

WILL NAMES CHAPEL HILL LIBRARY 

TRUSTEES WANT NEW BUILDING 

DELAY URGED ON NEW LIBRARY 

MUNICIPAL SPACE STUDY IS SOUGHT IN CHAPEL HILL 

MASCOT MONITORS MAY BOOK SALE 

TOWN PARKING FINES TO RISE 

LIBRARY HONORS EVA MCKENNA 

CHAPEL HILL COUNCILMAN: TOWN LIBRARIES CHEATED 

CHAPEL HILL LIBOARY CUTS HOURS 

QUESTIONS ABOUT NEW LIBRARY R«ISED 

CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM, AUTOS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM PUBLIC SAFETY P'OGRAM, AUTOS 

5 PEOPLE HURT IN ^IZARRE ORANSE WRECK 

2 CHAPEL HILL POLICE CARS WRECK 

CHAPFL HILL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM, OFFICERS 
MAN, OFFICER HURT IN WRECK 
CHAPEL HILL PSD HURT IN WRECK 
OFFICER INJURED IN WRECK 

CHAPEL HILL RECREATION COMMISSION 

MOST PEOPLE SURVEYED LIKE CHANEL HILL PARKS 
MOST RATE CHAPEL HILL PARKS GOOD 

CHAPEL HILL RECREATION DEPT. 

RECREATION DEPARTMENT PLANS ACTIVITIES 

CHAPEL HILL LISTS OUTDOOR RECREATION 

KAYAK CLASSES PLANNED 

ACTIVITIES PLANNED IN CHAPEL -IILL 

CHAPEL HILL OFFFRS SCUBA CLASS 

CHAPEL HILL RECREATION EVENTS SET 

POOL PASSES GO ON SALE 

OUTDOOR CLASSES SET IN CHAPEL HILL 

RECREATION DEPARTMENT PLANS PIPS 

RECREATION DEPARTMENT SETS ACTIVITIES 



N 


E 




E 


L Y 




P 


D 


DATE 


C 


?G L P 


BYL 


s 


2 


1/28/82 


8 


4 


' U 


CD9 


H 


2 


1/13/02 


A 


11 


N 


M2 3 


s 


2 


1/13/82 


A 


3 


N 




s 


1 


1/20/82 


C 


1 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


1/21/82 


A 


10 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


12/01/82 


A 


17 


N 




H 


2 


1/27/82 


8 


1 


N 


M23 


S 


2 


1/27/62 


A 


7 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


3/19/82 


A 


6 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


3/19/82 


A 


5 


N 




s 


1 


3/23/'<2 


a 


1 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


3/2'./82 


A 


3 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


3/2S/82 


8 


3 


N 




H 


2 


3/25/82 


B 


3 


N 




s 


2 


5/06/82 


A 


5 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


5/11/82 


A 


12 


N 




H 


2 


6/18/82 


e 


1 


N 


W36 




2 


a/19/82 


A 


6 


N 




5 


2 


3/19/82 


A 


12 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


3/24/82 


A 


9 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


3/26/82 


B 


3 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


3/31/82 


e 


5 


N 


W36 


S 


2 


3/31/82 


A 


3 


N 




H 


2 


9/15/82 


A 


12 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


11/23/82 


A 


9 


N 




S 


2 


11/23/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 


2 


IX/Z'^/BZ 


B 


1 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


11/24/32 


A 


5 


N 




H 


2 


11/25/82 


B 


1 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


11/25/82 


B 


7 


N 




s 


2 


11/29/02 


A 


3 


N 




H 


2 


11/30/82 


B 


16 


N 




H 


2 


2/06/B2 


A 


4 


E 




H 


2 


12/15/82 


B 


I 


N 


W36 



H 2 2/16/82 A 6 P N 

H 2 7/29/»2 C 1 P F H45 

H 2 8/05/82 C 1 F 

H 2 11/07/82 E 1 P F S56 



H 


2 


1/12/82 


R 




N 


W36 


H 


2 


1/19/82 


H 




N 


W36 


H 


? 


2/05/82 


A 


" 


N 


W36 


S 


f 


2/05/82 


A 


7 


N 




H 


> 


2/25/82 


L 


1 6 


N 




H 


7 


7/22/82 


h 


/ 


N 


M7 1 


S 


7 


9/08/82 


A 


1 


N 


W3h 


H 


7 


10/06/82 


H 


4 


N 


W16 


S 


2 


10/06/82 


A 


7 


N 




H 


7 


10/02/92 


A 


1 1 


N 


W36 


H 


7 


3/24/82 


H 


1 


N 


M73 


H 


7 


8/06/82 


B 


1 


N 




H 


7 


9/04/82 


A 


3 


N 




S 


7 


9/14/82 


A 


5 


N 




s 


7 


10/01/82 


A 


1 


N 


W36 



S 2 


5/24/82 


C 


1 


N 


W36 


M 2 


5/25/82 


A 


12 


N 




5 2 


6/25/82 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


6/25/82 


A 


9 


N 




S 2 


7/06/82 


A 


3 


N 


M23 


H 2 


7/07/82 


A 


8 


N 


M23 


S 2 


7/13/82 


B 


I 


P N 


W36 


H 2 


8/06/82 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


10/08/02 


a 


1 


N 




H 2 


10/10/82 


E 


2 


N 




H 2 


10/18/82 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


11/28/82 


e 


4 


N 




H 2 


1/28/82 


A 


21 


N 


W36 


H 2 


1/29/82 


B 


5 


N 




S 2 


2/02/82 


A 


5 


N 


W36 


H 2 


3/11/82 


A 


21 


N 


W36 


S 2 


3/11/82 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


4/25/82 


D 


3 


N 




H 2 


4/27/82 


C 


10 


N 


W36 


H 2 


5/02/82 


D 


3 


P P 




H 2 


5/22/82 


A 


10 


N 


W36 


H 2 


7/01/P2 


B 


2 


N 




H 2 


12/14/82 


B 


1 


N 


W36 


S 2 


1/22/92 


A 


3 


N 


S19 


S I 


10/26/82 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


6/19/82 


A 


3 


P N 




H 2 


6/20/82 


A 


13 


N 




S 2 


10/21/82 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 


2/23/02 


A 


11 


N 




S 2 


2/23/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


1/01/92 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


2/11/82 


C 


1 I 


N 




H 2 


3/06/02 


A 


c 


N 




H 7 


4/09/82 


A 


16 


N 




S 2 


5/20/02 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


6/03/82 


D 


2 


N 




H 2 


6/11/92 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


7/17/82 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


9/23/82 


C 


14 


N 




H 2 


10/10/82 


A 


14 


N 





MONTHLY/AN -^U/L 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



CHIPEL HILL PLANS RECREATION -VEMTS 

SQUARE DANCE PLANNED FRIDAY 

silHHING IS PART OF ARTHRITIS THERAPY 

CHAPEL MILL RESERVOIR 

SEE CANE CREE< RESERVOIR 

5== CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. DROUGHT 

SEE 3RAH&E v^A'ER AND SEWER AUTH?RITy 

SEE UNIV. LAKE 

THAPFL HILL PESIDEhTIAL RETIPEXENT CENTER. INC. 
SEE ALSO CAROL HOODS IRETIRENENT CO-PLEXl 
CAROL JCODS OPERATORS SUE CONTRACTOR. ARCH 

CHAPEL HILL ROTARY CLU° 

SEE ALSO EAST CHAPEL HILL ROTARY CLUB 
SEE ALSO ROTARY INTERNATIONAL 

ANDREWS: DEFICITS TC CONTINUE , „ ^ 
ANDREWS MAY 3ACK BALANCED BUDGET -OVE 

CHAPEL HILL SERVICE LEAGUE 

SEE CHAPEL HILL JUNIOR SERVICE LEAGUE 

CHAPEL HILL ST. <=AIR 

SEE FESTIFALL (CHAPEL HILL. N.C.I 

CHAPEL HILL ST. PARKING GARAGE 
OURHA" FOLKS RANK HIGH 

CHAPEL HILL SURGICAL CENTER 

^ss!!Uoiirii^^?^s!?j^«AKf7i;iiR^g^Ei2s^?^^zf;^s?^asiH^r:jj;piTAL 

FFRTILITY FOCUS OF SPECIAL ROOM 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL (FORMERLY CHAPEL HILL BOARD OF ALOERMENI 
•-AJOR' ISSUES FACING NE,( TOWJ MANAGER 

l'aJrS'l hkLl'^Eiltolh ALLOWED TO BUILD HOUSES 
l^flTlit,i3s''sE'EK'"?5Vs"!'N^^ICK3RY HILLS PROJECT 
DEVELOPER SEEKS RULING AGAINST DECISION 
RULING ON ARTS. EXPECTED IN FEB. ,^.„^, ^,,, 

CONDOMINIUM ORDINANCES DRAWN JP FOR CHAPEL HILL 
CONDOMINIUM PROPOSALS GET HEADING TONIGHT 

JS!pEL'ilLrTOHN°COUNCIL STUDIES TWO CONDOMINIU- ORDINANCES 

FULL SCHEDULE MONDAY FQR CHAP! L HILL MANAGcR 

TRUSTEES WANT NEW BUILDING „„,o„r., c 

NF» TOWN "ANAGER "AY PUSH HOUSING PROPOSALS 

BATTLE CF THE BUS UNIFORMS RAGES ON „„-,c,t 

JUDGE'S RULING SUPPORTS PUoLIC HOUSING PROJECT 

CHAPEL HILL HOUSING PROJECT IPHELD 

JUDGE SUPPORTS HOUSING PROJECT 

chamber: COUNCIL OVER- I NVOLVEt! 

TOWN COUNCIL DENIES PLEA ON EL SALVADOR 

COUNCIL DOESN'T BACK PROTEST :: N TRAINING 

HOUSING CASE APPEALED 

!.gS^KilOri,A?-pARrp'A§lN?l PETITION AGAINST SPACE CUTS 

towing crdinance approved 
chapel hill passes new towing law 
human services budget cuts urge? 
neighoops oppose apartment project 
stonehenge apartments opposed 
councilman seeks moving of prr ject 
housing resolution withdrann 

heIring'qn^transpprtStion to 'E asked in chapel hill 
folks around "ere: with the s'orting set 

CHAPEL "ILL CONCILHAN HAS PAYCHECK GARNISHE60 
CUAPEL HILL 35CUP RAPS COUNCILMAN 
PASIUINI ASKED TO RESIGN , ,- „ 

TAX OFFICEl PAS-JUINI'S RECORD IS CLEAR 
EMPLOYEES •fit GET RAISE 

IeTghSSSs'oPPOSe'ofJiCe'zONE in UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS 

COUNCIL MAY GET NUCLEAR FREEZE ISSUE 

JUDGE: CHAPEL hIlL MUST ISSUE P^'^JT 

CHAPEL "ILL OKS FUNDS FOR APARTMENT PROJECT 

jn^n APPROVES APARTMENT FUNDS 

JS^p'k'Sl'LpJESNCIL'-iipJoSES S750.000 GRANT APPLI CAT I ON 

T"wN TO ORJER UNIFORMS OVER O'lVERS' OBJECTIONS 

COUNCIL CONTROL OF HOUSING PAVEL PROPOSED 

CHAPEL HILL BOARD SAID MISMANAGED 

CHAPEL HILL COUNCILMEN TO AIR HOUSING TAKEOVER 

SESSION PLANNED ON AUTHORITY TAKEOVER 

TOwN COUNCIL OKS CONDOMINIUM 'LAN ..,tu.i,.,tv 

MFfTING PLANNED MONDAY ON CHAPEL HILL AUTHORITY 

HOUSING PANEL TO GET HELP , ^ „ 

CHAPEL "ILL HOUSING UNIT TO G; T HELP 

PANEL MAY eE FORMED ON DRINKING PROBLEMS 

COUNCIL EYES TA';k force ON DRINKING 

r-MAREL "ILL ANNEXES TRACT OF 3URHAM LAND ^ „ „ .„ 

CHAPEL "ILL BOARD ANNEXES NEARLY 30 ACRES OF DURHAM 

PUBLIC HEARING SET FOR mqnDAY IN CHAPEL MILL 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL. BUDGET 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. BUDGET 

MAYOR PROPOSE^ BUDGET STRATEGIES a,.„^-Tr 

NASSIF URGE? NEW STRATEGIES FIR PLANNING TOWN BUDGETS 

CHAPEL HILL MANAGER GETS BUDGET RULES 

CHAPEL HILL SETS FORUM ON BUD'.ET 

Vll^TA ^yiErB»°s'piND?Nr^Sn'NEfEsllRY IN CHAPEL HILL BUDGET 

SFj^Nrci'^"At"sPr^E"'l?ubi"lfLu^T IN CHAPEL HILL 
C" ' " 



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L Y 

PG L P 


BYL 


H 2 11/07/82 
S 2 11/17/82 
S 2 12/02/92 


c 

c 

A 


5 N 

P N 

11 N 





H 2 2/17/82 E 1 P N 



H 2 
S 2 



IIKE 



c4aPEL "ILL COUNCILMAN WARNS ]F TAX INCREASE 
TAYLOR: C"APFL HILL FACES BUDGET CUTS OR TAX 
PAY RAISES ARE PROPOSED . 

CHAPEL "ILL BUDGET CUTS TAX. ' UT HIKE ASKED 
CHAPEL "ILL EYES FIVE-YEAR PLIN 
5-YEAR PLAN CALLS FOR »7.<= MILLION 
COUNCIL MAY GET NUCLEAR FREE2= ISSUE 
COUNCILMAN TO PROPOSE A TAX HIKE 

thifrL':idtnhVluh^0l^','l%-:BST drop .N tax rate 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL. mE"BERS SALARIES 
SROADFOOT URGES LESS SPENDING 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL. "ACIAL ^l^^Zifir 
RACIAL PERCENTAGES IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN MANAGER 



4/08/82 
'./03/82 



17 

15 



S 2 


9/25/B2 A 


3 P 


N M2 3 


H 2 


9/10/82 A 


7 


N 


H 2 ll/l<)/»2 A 13 P 


P 


H 2 12/26/82 C 


1 P 


F B30 


" 2 


2/26/82 C 


1 P 


N 


H 2 


1/01/82 a 


1 


F W36 


S 2 


1/03/82 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


1/12/82 S 


1 


N W36 


H 2 


1/19/82 A 


9 


N -135 


H 2 


1/19/82 E 


I 


N W36 


S 2 


1/19/82 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


1/22/82 A 


3 


N W36 


H 2 


1/23/32 A 


5 


N W36 


S 2 


1/25/32 B 


4 


N 


S 2 


1/25/82 C 


1 


N W36 


H 2 


1/26/82 A 


10 


N W36 


H 2 


1/29/82 A 


n 


N W36 


S 2 


2/02/82 A 


5 


N W36 


S 2 


2/05/82 A 


7 


N 


H 2 


2/09/92 B 


1 


N M36 


5 2 


2/09/82 A 


1 


N W35 


H 2 


2/10/82 C 


7 


N W36 


S 2 


2/10/82 A 


c 


N 


S 2 


2/17/82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


2/23/82 3 


1 


N W35 


S 2 


2/23/82 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


2/26/32 A 


to 


N 


H 2 


3/06/82 A 


c 


N Mib 


H 2 


3/06/92 A 


^ 


N -23 


H 2 


3/09/82 B 


i 


N W36 


S 2 


3/09/32 C 


4 


N 


H 2 


3/10/82 A 


10 


N W36 


H 2 


3/16/92 E 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/16/82 A 


10 


N 


S 2 


3/19/92 A 


5 


N 


S 2 


3/24/82 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/25/82 B 


3 


N 


H 2 


4/03/92 3 


6 


N 


H 2 


4/03/82 C 


I 


U 


H 2 


4/j3/82 3 




N 


H 2 


4/09/82 B 


= 


N W36 


S 2 


4/09/82 A 


7 


N 


H 2 


4/10/82 A 


5 


N W36 


H 2 


4/23/82 C 


7 


N 


H 2 


4/27/82 C 


IP 


N W36 


H 2 


5/18/82 A 


10 


N W36 


H 2 


5/22/82 E 


1 


N W36 


B 2 


6/12/82 B 


I 


N w36 


H 2 


6/15/82 3 


1 


N 


S 2 


6/15/82 A 


11 


N 


H 2 


7/04/92 A 


14 


N 


H 2 


7/07/82 A 


8 


N W36 


H 2 


7/13/82 3 


1 


N W36 


H 2 


8/19/82 S 


1 


N J36 


S 2 


8/13/82 A 


6 


N 


S 2 


8/19/82 A 


12 


N W36 


H 2 


8/24/82 A 


9 


N W36 


H 2 


3/24/92 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


3/26/92 8 


3 


N W36 


H 2 


8/31/82 B 


5 


N W36 


S 2 


9/31/82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


9/28/''2 A 


6 


N W36 


S 2 


9/28/32 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


10/12/82 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


10/12/82 A 


10 


N 


S 2 


10/22/82 A 


7 


N 


S 2 


2/12/82 A 


3 


N W36 


H 2 


2/13/92 3 


1 


N W3^ 


S 2 


2/24/»2 A 


5 


N W36 


H 2 


3/02/82 A 


11 


N W36 


H 2 


3/05/82 S 


1 


N W36 


5 2 


3/05/82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/11/62 A 


21 


N W36 


S 2 


3/11/32 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/12/82 A 


12 


N W36 


H 2 


3/23/92 a 


I 


N MJ3 


S 2 


4/23/82 8 


4 


N 


H 2 


5/08/82 C 


1 


N W36 


M 2 


5/1 /82 A 


13 


N W36 


S 2 


5/1 /82 A 


7 


N 


H 2 


5/2'/82 S 


1 


N W36 


H 2 


6/24/82 C 


9 


N W36 


S 2 


6/24/32 C 


2 


N 


H 2 


6/29/82 B 


1 


N W36 


S 2 


3/15/32 C 


1 


N ■136 


" 2 


1/14/32 A 


4 


E 



MONTHLY/4 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/92 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 109 
1/07/83 



I 



•HAJOO" ISSUES PACING NEW TOW*l -^ANAGeR 

TAYLOR IS NEi< MANAGER 

FULL SCHEDULE MONDAY fofl CHAPEL HILL MANAGER 

NErt CHAPEL HILL MANAGER TO SEEK OKAY PQR PROJECTS 

TAYLOR TALKS TO STUDENTS ON PLANNING 

CHAPEL HILL TRANSPORTATION DEPT. 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILLt N.C.. BUS^S 
TOWN "AY GET CUMOS 

TOWN GETS GRANT TO BUY BUS SHELTERS 
CHAPEL HILL TO GET SHELTERS 
TOWNS TO GET PLAN TO EASE TRAFFIC PAINS 
ORANGE TRANSPORTATION NEEDS T1 BE DISCUSSED NEXT MONTH 

CHAPEL HILL WOMEN'S CLUB 

CRAFT SHOW WINNERS TO COMPETE AGAIN 
CHAPEL HILL WOMEN TAKE DISTRICT PRIZES 

CHAPEL HILL/CARR30RO BOARD OF EDUCATION 

SCHOOL ATTENDANCE GUIDELINES ON CHAPEL HILL BOARD'S AGENDA 

'RACIAL BALANCE' HEADS SCHOOL RE- A SSI GNMENT LIST 

TFACHFR EVALUATION fqrm ADOPTED 

THWNS BECOMING 'WHITER. RICHE»' 

LINES MAY BE REDRAWN IN COUNT'YSIDE AREA 

SCHOOL ZONE SHIFTING STILL POSSIBLE 

TOWN PREPARES TO CELEBRATE 

PARENTS WANT SCHOOL TO REPLACE GYM FLOOR 

BOAPD SETS SCHOOL REDI STR I CT n G HEARING 

MARCY IS NEW PRINCIPAL OF CHA'EL HILL HIGH 

REDISTRICTING PLANS DRAW MIXED REVIEW 

SCHOOL SOARC WORKS ON ATTENDANCE ZONES 

BOARD AIRING REVISED LINES 

PUPIL SHIFTS ADOPTED 

TUITION RATES TOPIC 

DPIVE-A-TEEN SEEKS HELP FROM BARS 

CULFRETH, PHILLIPS WILL GET CO-PRINCIPALS 

DUAL-PRINCIPALS PLAN UNLIKELY TO WORK WELL 

RATES FOR TUITION EXPECTED TO DROP IN CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOLS LOWER OUT-OF-TOWN TUITION RATE 

CLUBRETH CO-PRINCIPAL NAMED 

SCHOOL OFFICIAL CHOSEN 

OFFICIALS SEEKING HIKE IN SCHOOL ATTENDANCE 

CHAPEL HILL BOARD TO GET FIGU'ES 

ORANGE BOARD TO DISCUSS PLANS 

SYSTE" LOWEST IN DROPOUT RATE 

CHAPEL HILL-CARR30R0 SCHOOLS -lAVE LOWEST RATE OF DROPOUTS 

TEACHER PAY HIKES BACKED IN CHAPEL HILL 

SCHOOL PURCHASE SURPRISES B0A5 D 

ORANGE SCHOOL BOARD LEARNS OF PURCHASE 

BOARD OKS SOFTWARE LEASING 

BOARD ELECTS NEW CHAIRMAN 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO BOARD OF EDUCATION. BUDGET 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO PLANNING COST REVIEW OF SCHOOL PROGRAMS 

TEACHERS URGE NO CUTTING 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL BOARD INCREASE BUDGET REOUEST 

CHAPEL HILL CLASS-SIZE HIKES 'EJECTED 

CHAPEL HILL CLASS SIZE STAYS SAME 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL BUDGET OK'D 

CHAPEL HILL-CSRPBORO BOARD TRIMS ilZS.OOO FROM BUDGET 

3 ORANGE "OAROS DEBATE CAPITAL NEEDS 

ORANGE PRIORITIES SOUGHT 

CHAPFL HILL/CARRBORO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

CHAMBER MEMBERS BACK MORE GOVERNMENT REVIEW 

FASTER SHARING FUNDS SHIFT URSED 

CHAMBER: COUNCIL OVER- INVOLVED 

COMMISSIONERS URGED TO RECRUIT INDUSTRIES 

BANKRUPTCY JUDGE CLEARS ESTES DRIVE CONOOS FOR SALE 

SPLIT DEVELOPS ON CARRBORO POST 

ALDERMEN CLOSE DOORS 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN PLAN CLOSED MEETING JUNE 16 

CHAMBER HAS INTERIM CHIEF IN CHAPEL HILL 

CHAMBER DIRECTOR APPOINTMENT TOMORROW 

VICE PRESIDENT NAMED BY CHAPEL HILL CHAMBER 

CHAMBER EXECUTIVE 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO COMMUNITY CHO'US 
CHOIRS SING FOR CHRISTMAS 
'TIS THE SEASON FOR CHRISTMAS CONCERTS: CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO FEDERATION FOR PROGRESS 
FEDFRATICN OLANT TO PROTEST 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS 
SEE ALSO DRIVE-A-TEEN 

SEE ALSO PHILLIPS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ICHAPEL HILL. N.C.I 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS. CHAPEL HILL 

MAYER PREPARING SYSTEM FOR MO' E CUTS 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOLS EYE HEAD START 

HEAD START TAKEOVER MULLED 

HEAD START STOPPED IN ORANGE 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO SCHOOL PRINCIPALS GET $152,570 CONTRIBUTION 

DOUBTS ARISE ON HEAD START IN ORANGE COUNTY 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. ANNUAL TESTING PROGRAM 

MOST CLASSES IMPROVE SCORES I<l CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO SCHOOLS 
SCORES IMPROVE 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT 
CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OFFICIAL RESIGNS 
FLEETWOOD RESIGNS 
PRICHIRD WILL FILL SCHOOL JOB 

CHAPFL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. ATTENDANCE 

OFFICIALS SEEKING HIKE IN SCHOOL ATTENDANCE 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. 3U0GFT 

MAYER PREPARING SYSTEM FOR MO' E CUTS 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO PLANNING COST REVIEW OF SCHOOL PROGRAMS 

SCHOOL PRIORITIES LISTED 

UNION LISTS SCHOOL PRIORITIES 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL BUDGET wOUl HIKE TAXES 

BUDGET TO REQUIRE HALF-CENT TAX HIKE 

TEACHERS URGE NO CUTTING 

ORA-iGE COUNTY ERROR COSTS SCHOOL DISTRICT 

PERMITS DENIED FOR NEW AIRPOR' AND OFFICE PARK 

MARCY IS NEW PRINCIPAL OF CHAPEL HILL HIGH 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL BOARD INCREASE BUDGET REOUEST 

CHAPEL HILL CLASS-SIZE HIKES 'EJECTED 

ORANGE MANAGER SEEKS NO TAX HIKE 

TAX ESTIMATE SAID TO FALL HAL= CENT SHORT 

CHAPEL HILL CLASS SIZE STAYS SAME 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL BUDGET OK'D 

SCHOOLS BIO FOR TAX HIKE 

ORANGE BOARD BACKS CANE CREEK AGAIN 









S 




T 




N 


E 




E 


L Y 




D 





DATE 


C 


PG L P 


BYL 


H 


7 


1/01/B2 


B 


1 


F 


W35 


S 


2 


1/08/82 


A 


6 


N 




H 


2 


1/28/82 


A 


21 


N 


W35 


H 


2 


2/05/82 


A 


7 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


2/25/82 


A 


14 


N 


W36 


S 


2 


l/25/'2 


C 


1 


N 


W35 


H 


2 


7/21/82 


A 


14 


N 




s 


2 


7/21/32 


c 


2 N 




H 


2 


10/06/82 


13 


4 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


10/06/82 


A 


7 


N 




s 


2 


2/18/B2 


B 


3 


N 




s 


2 


3/15/82 


B 


2 


N 




s 


2 


2/15/82 


A 


ID 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


2/16/32 


A 


9 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


2/17/82 


C 


5 


N 




H 


2 


2/26/82 


ti 


I 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


3/16/82 


A 


8 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


3/16/82 


A 


9 


N 




s 


2 


3/29/82 


C 


P N 




s 


1 


4/06/82 


A 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


4/27/82 


c 




N 


M23 


s 


2 


4/27/82 


A 




N 


M2 3 


s 


1 


5/04/82 


B 




N 


M23 


s 


2 


5/11/82 


A 




N 


M23 


s 


1 


5/17/82 


c 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


5/18/82 


B 




N 


M23 


s 


1 


6/07/32 


C 




N 




H 


2 


6/09/82 


B 


14 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


6/29/92 


B 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


7/ 1/82 







E 




s 


2 


7/13/92 


A 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


7/27/92 


A 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


8/ 0/82 


B 




N 


M23 


s 


2 


9/1D/82 


A 


11 


N 




s 


2 


3/ 0/32 


A 


12 


N 


M23 


5 


2 


9/ 3/82 


A 




N 




s 


2 


10/04/B2 


A 




N 




H 


2 


0/05/32 


B 




N 




s 


2 


0/05/82 


A 




N 




s 


2 


0/19/82 


A 




N 


846 


H 


2 


1/16/32 


A 




N 


B46 


s 


2 


1/16/82 


A 




N 




s 


2 


11/23/82 


A 


12 


N 


B46 


H 


2 


12/07/82 


A 


5 


N 




s 


2 


3/15/82 


A 




N 




s 


2 


4/01/82 


A 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


4/30/82 


A 




N 


M23 






4/30/82 


A 




N 


M23 


s 


2 


5/06/82 


A 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


5/07/82 


A 


17 


N 




H 


2 


6/29/82 


A 


1 3 


N 




H 


2 


10/08/82 


B 




N 


W35 


s 


2 


10/08/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


2/06/82 


a 




N 


W35 


H 


2 


2/17/32 


A 




N 




S 


2 


2/17/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


4/05/92 


A 




N 




H 




5/20/32 


C 


24 


N 


F78 


H 


2 


5/02/82 


A 


13 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


6/09/82 


A 




N 




S 


2 


6/09/82 


A 




N 


W35 


H 


2 


9/09/82 


c 




N 




S 




12/20/82 


c 




N 




H 


2 


12/22/92 


c 




N 


846 


S 


2 


12/22/82 


A 


6 P P 


S76 



H 2 12/10/82 9 N 

S 2 12/15/82 10 R B51 



H 2 10/04/82 A 11 



1/03/82 
a/12/82 
8/21/82 
3/24/82 
3/31/82 
9/14/32 



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S 2 5/22/92 A 3 



11/25/82 B 
11/25/82 A 
12/10/82 C 



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N M23 
N 

N M23 
N M23 
N B45 



N 345 

N 

N 845 



S 2 8/10/32 A 12 



s 


2 


1/03/82 


C 


1 p 


N 


M?3 






3/15/82 


A 


7 


N 




s 


7 


3/29/32 


A 


3 


N 




^ 


1 


3/29/82 


A 


1 


N 


-r-l 


H 


7 


3/3D/32 


H 


1 


N 


M7 1 


s 


? 


3/30/82 


A 


5 


N 




s 


7 


4/01/82 


A 


5 


N 


M/1 


H 


■> 


4/05/82 


A 


3 


N 


M71 


H 


7 


4/21/82 


1 


1 


N 


M/1 


S 


> 


4/27/32 


A 


7 


N 


M^ \ 


H 


7 


4/30/82 


A 


9 


N 


M7 3 


S 


7 


4/30/82 


A 


1 


N 


M7 f 


H 


/ 


5/05/82 


A 


7 


N 


M^ 1 


S 


7 


5/05/82 


B 


1 


N 


M7 1 


S 


7 


5/06/82 


A 


5 


N 


M^ 1 


H 


/ 


5/07/82 


A 


1 7 


N 




S 


? 


5/19/82 


A 


7 


N 


M7 1 


H 


2 


5/20/32 


a 


1 


N 


M2J 



NONTHLY/«N 



NUiL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/32 



S J 3 J E 



09ANGE BUDGET TALKS TO nPEN 

REQUESTS PRESENTED ^QR ORANGE SCHOOLS 

OBANGE BUDGET INCREASE FAVORED 

ORANGE COUNTY "AY PAD BUDGET 

ORANGE TAX SATE TO RISE TO 55 CENTS 

CHAPEL HILL-CAROSORO BOARD TRIMS S125t000 F'OH BuOucT 

CHAPEL HILL-CARR30R0 SCHOOL PRINCIPALS GET 1152. 57D CONTRIBUTION 

3 ORANGE BOARDS DEBATE CAPITAL NEEDS 

ORANGE PRIORITIES SOUGHT 



CALE'lOAR AND SCHEDULES 
IN CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO SCHOOLS 



CHAPEL HTLL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. 
SMOOTH OPENING EXPECTED 
SCHOOLS OPEN TODAY 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. CLASS SIZE 
UNICN LISTS SCHOOL PRIORITIES 

MARCY IS NEW PRINCIPAL OF CHAP EL HILL HIGH 
CHAPEL HILL CLASS-SUE HIKES 'EJECTED 
CHAPEL HILL CLASS SIZE STAYS 3 A»E 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. CLOSINGS^ , „„.„ 

CHAPEL "ILL APARTMENTS DESTROYED BY fIRE TODAY 

CHAPEL MILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. COMP'JTERS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 

SCHOOL PURCHASE SUR=RISES BOA'D 

ORANGE SCHOOL BOARD LEARNS OF PURCHASE 

BOARD OKS SOFTWARE LEASING 

CHAPEL HILL/CARXBOPQ SCHOOLS. CURRICULUM 
SPECIAL PROGRAM URGED FOR BLACKS 



REGATION 

HOOLS. PUPIL ASSIGNMENT 

HOOLS. REDISTRICTING 

NIGHT 

T TOLD 

1ST 

RITY 

N CHAPEL HILL BOARD'S AGENDA 

RE-ASSIGNMENT LIST 

INS SCHOOL ZONE WORK 

DANCE BOUNDARIES 

TUDENTS 

SEER STUDENTS 

AREAS. MEMBER SAYS 

cS 



NG PLANS 

G HEARING 

REVIE.* 
CE ZONES 



CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. DESEj 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORC S: 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SC 

SChhoL-LINE group will "EET TD 

rezoning schools systemic. uni 
racial balance heads panel's l 
ke==in& racial Balance is prid 
school attenoaf.ce guidelines ::: 
'racial balance" heads school 
towns becoming 'whiter. riche' 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBDRD PANEL ?£3 
COMMITTEE BEGINS WORK ON ATTEN 
PRQOOSALS iiDULD MOVE 237-340 S 
CHAPEL "ILL-CARRBORD WILL TRA-) 
SOME PANELISTS PROTECTING OWN 
PANEL IS SEEKING MINIMUM CHAfC 

CORRECTION 

PANEL BACKS SCHOOL REDISTPICTI 

MORE STUDENTS AFFECTED 

BOARD SETS SCHOOL REDISTRICTIN 

REDISTRICTING PLANS DRAW MIXED 

SCHOOL BOARD WORKS ON ATTENDAN 

BOARD AIRING REVISED LINES 

PUPIL SHIFTS ADOPTED 

ChaPFL HlLL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. DROPDUTS 

SYSTEM LOWEST IN DROPOUT RATE „_„ _, 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO SCHOOLS HAVE LOWEST RATE OF DROPOUTS 

CHAPFL HiLL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. ENROLMENT 
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE LESS THAN EXPECTED 
TEACHERS STAY LEVEL 
PUPIL ESTIMATE HITS THE MARK 
CHAPEL HILL BOARD TO GET FIGURES 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. PRINCIPALS 

CHAPEL HILL PRINCIPAL RESIGNS FOR N.J. JOB 

CULBRETH. PHILLIPS WILL GET CO-PRINCIPALS 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBDRD "OARO TRIMS 1125.000 FROM BUDGET 

DUAL-PRINCIOALS PLAN UNLIKELY TO WORK WELL 

RATES FOR TUITION EXPECTED TQ DROP IN CHAPEL HILL 

SCHOOL PANEL BEING SET UP IN : HAPEL HILL 

HOUSE WILL HEAD SEARCH 

CHAOEL HILL CD-PRINCIPAL MOVE RAPPED BY BLACKS 

CLUBRETH CO-PRINCIPSL NAMED 

SCHOOL OFFICIAL CHOSEN 

CO-PRINCIPALS: A STRONG CONCEPT 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBDRO SCHOOLS. PUPIL ASSIGNMENT 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. DESEGREGATION 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. REDISTRICTING 

PANEL CONSIDERS REDRAWING SCHOOL LINES 

SCHOOL-LINE GROUP -ILL "EET TONIGHT 

REZONING SCHOOLS SYSTEMIC. UNIT TOLO 

RACIAL BALANCE HEADS PANEL'S LIST 

KFEPI'^G RACIAL BALANCE IS PRIORITY ,..„ 

SCHOOL ATTENDANCE GUIDELINES ON CHAPEL hill BOARD'S AGcNOA 

•OACIAL BALANCE' HEADS SCHOOL RE-ASSIGNMENT LIST 

TOWNS BECOMING 'WHITER. RICHE'' 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO "ANEL BECINS SCHOOL ZONE WORK 

COMMITTEE BEGINS WORK ON ATTENDANCE BOUNDARIES 

LINES MAY BE »E''RAiiN IN COUNTRYSIDE AREA 

SCHOOL ZONE SHIFTING STILL POSSIBLE 

PROPOSALS WOULD "OVE 237-340 STUDENTS 

CHANEL HILL-CARRaORD WILL TRANSFER STUDENTS 

SOME PANELISTS PROTECTING OWN AREAS. MEMBER SAYS 

PANFL IS SEEKING MINIMUM CHANGES 

CORRECTION 

PANEL BACKS SCHOOL REDISTRICTING PLANS 

MORE STUDENTS AFFEC'ED 

BOARD SETS SCHOOL REDISTRI CTIv G HEARING 

REDISTRICTING PLANS CRAW mjiei REVIEW 

SCHOOL BOARD WORKS ON ATTENDANCE ZONES 

BOARD AIRING REVISED LINES 

PUPIL SHIFTS ADOPTED 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. REDISTRICTING 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. DESEGREGATION 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. PUPIL ASSIGNMENT 

MAYFR PREPARING SYSTEM FOR MQR E CUTS 

PANEL CONSIDERS REDRAWING SChDOL LINES 

SCHOOL-LINE GROUP WILL MEET TONIGHT 

REZONING SCHOOLS SYSTEMIC. UNIT TOLO 

RACIAL BALANCE HEADS PANEL'S LIST 

KEEPING RACIAL BALANCE IS PPIDRITY 

SCHOOL ATTENDANCE GJIDELINES 3N CHAPEL HILL BOARD'S AGENDA 

■PACIAL BALANCE' HEADS SCHOOL RE-ASSI GN"ENT LIST 

TOWNS BECOMING 'WHITER, HICHE'" 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO PANEL BEGINS SCHOOL ZONE WORK 

CCMMITTFE BEGINS WORK ON ATTENDANCE BOUNDARIES 

LINES MAY BE REDRAWN IN COUNT'YSIOE AREA 

SCHOOL ZONE SHIFTING STILL POSSIBLE 

PROPOSALS WOULD MOVE 237-340 STUDENTS 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO WILL TRANSFER STUDENTS 



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<./13/92 C 


7 


N M2 3 




S 2 


6/13/S2 A 


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4/23/»2 3 


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H 2 


5/2<»/92 A 


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S 2 


3/3l/«2 A 


3 


N M23 




H 2 


lD/OB/^2 B 


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N W36 




S 2 


10/03/82 A 


3 


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H 2 


3/25/32 A 


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N M23 




S 2 


3/25/32 3 


1 


N "23 




S 1 


3/29/82 A 


1 


N "23 




S 2 


4/27/32 A 


7 


N "23 




S 2 


4/30/92 A 


3 


N "23 




S 2 


5/D5/32 A 


C 


N "23 




S 2 


1/15/82 A 


1 


N "23 




H 2 


11/16/32 A 


2 


N 346 




S 2 


11/16/32 A 


5 


N 




S 2 


11/23/82 A 


12 


N 546 




H 2 


2/32/32 A 


11 


N "23 




S 2 


2/03/32 A 


3 


N 




H 2 


2/04/52 A 


16 


N M23 




H 2 


2/09/32 A 


12 


N -2 3 




S 2 


2/09/82 A 


11 


N 




S 2 


2/15/92 A 


10 


N "2 3 




H 2 


2/16/82 A 


9 


N M23 




H 2 


2/26/92 3 


I 


N M23 




H 2 


3/05/92 C 


5 


N M23 




S 2 


3/05/92 A 


12 


N 




H 2 


3/19/32 A 


9 


N M23 




S 2 


3/19/32 A 


5 


N 




H 2 


3/24/82 3 


4 


N M23 




S 2 


3/24/32 A 


3 


N M23 




» 2 


3/27/32 C 


10 


N 




H 2 


4/23/32 3 


1 


N M23 




H 2 


4/24/'>2 3 


4 


N 




H 2 


4/27/82 C 


1 


N M23 




S 1 


5/04/82 5 


1 


N M23 




S 2 


5/11/82 A 


7 


N M2 3 




S 1 


5/17/82 C 


1 


N M23 




H 2 


5/18/82 b 


1 


N "23 




H 2 


10/05/32 3 


9 


N 




S 2 


10/05/82 A 


3 


N 




H 2 


8/26/82 8 


3 


N 




S 2 


9/10/92 C 


1 


N 346 




H 2 


9/11/32 A 


1 1 


N 




S 2 


9/13/82 A 


3 


N 




H 2 


1/05/82 3 


12 


N 




S 2 


6/29/32 9 


1 


N M23 




H 2 


6/29/32 A 


13 


N 




H 2 


7/11/92 


4 


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S 2 


7/13/92 A 


9 


N M2 3 




H 2 


7/15/92 A 


14 


N 




S 2 


7/15/32 A 


3 


N 




H 2 


7/30/92 A 


13 


N M2 3 




H 2 


8/10/82 3 


7 


N M2 3 




S 2 


9/10/82 A 


11 


N 




H 2 


3/20/32 A 


4 


J 





s 


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1/26/82 


A 




N 


M23 


s 


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2/03/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


2/04/92 


A 


16 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


2/09/82 


A 


12 


N 


M23 


S 


2 


2/09/82 


A 


11 


N 




s 


2 


2/ 5/32 


A 


10 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


2/ 6/82 


A 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


2/26/92 


a 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


3/05/82 


c 




N 


M2 3 


s 


2 


3/05/92 


A 


12 


N 




H 


2 


3/16/32 


A 




N 


M2 3 


s 


2 


3/16/92 


A 




N 




H 


2 


3/19/°2 


A 




N 


M2 3 


s 


2 


3/19/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


3/24/32 


a 




N 


M23 


s 


2 


3/24/92 


A 




N 


"23 


H 


2 


3/27/32 


c 


10 


N 




H 


2 


4/23/32 


3 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


4/24/92 


B 




N 




H 


2 


4/27/92 


C 




N 


M2 3 


s 


1 


5/04/82 


B 




N 


M2 3 


s 


2 


5/ 1/92 


A 




N 


"23 


s 


1 


5/17/82 


c 




N 


"23 


H 


2 


5/18/82 


e 




N 


M23 



S 


2 


1/09/32 




I P 


N 


M23 


S 


2 


1/26/82 




s 


N 


M2 3 


S 


2 


2/03/'"2 




3 


N 




H 


2 


2/04/92 




16 


N 


M2 3 


H 


2 


2/09/82 




12 


N 


M23 


s 




i/ai/'Z 




11 


N 




s 


2 


2/15/92 




ID 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


2/16/32 







N 


M23 


H 


2 


2/26/32 




1 


N 


"23 


H 


2 


3/05/32 




5 


N 


"2 3 


s 


2 


3/05/»2 




12 


N 






2 


3/16/82 




8 


N 


"23 


s 


2 


3/16/32 




9 


N 




H 


2 


3/19/92 




7 


N 


"23 


s 


2 


3/19/92 




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NONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 111 
1/07/83 



SOME PANELISTS PROTECTING OWN APEASt MEMBER SAYS 

PANEL IS SEEKING MINIMUM CMAN'ES 

CORBECTION 

PANEL BACKS SCHHOL RED I ST9 ICTI NG PH.>IS 

MORE STUDENTS AFFECTED 

BOARD SETS SCHOOL RFQ I STR I CT n & HEARING 

REDISTRICTIMG PLANS 0"AH M I x EO REVIEX 

SCHOOL POARO WORKS ON ATTENDANCE ZONES 

BOARD AIRING REVISED LINES 

PUPIL SHIFTS ADOPTED 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLSt SUMMF R SESSION 
CHAPEL HILL CLASS SUE STAYS '.AME 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRPORO SCHOOLS. TEACHERS 
SEE TEACHERS, CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL/CARROQRO SCHOOLS. TUITION 
TUITION RATES TOPIC 

RATES FOR TUITION EXPECTED TO DROP IN CHAPEL HILL 
CHAPEL HILL SCHOOLS LOWER OUT-OF-TOWN TUITION RATE 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBQRO UNITED FUND 

UNITED FUND CAMPAIGN BEGINS U CHAPEL HILL 
UNITED WAY AIMS FOR 1286.000 'OAL 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO YMCA 

SEE YMCA, CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO 

CHAPEL HILL/ORANGE COUNTY, ZONING 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., ZONING 
PLANNING PACT EYED IN ORANGE 

CHARIOTS OF FIRE (FILM) 

•CHARIOTS' OUTSTANDING IN G003 MOVIE SEASON 

CHARISMATIC MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO RELIGIOUS CULTS 

/(HATEVER HAPPENED TO THE CHARI SMATICS? 

CHARITIES 

SEE ALSO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO FRAUD 

SEE ALSO FUND RAISING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF FUND RAISING PROJECTS C SPONSORING GROUPS! 

SEE ALSO GIVING 

SEE ALSO N.C. OFPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES. SOLICITATION LICENSING BRANCH 

•PRIVATE SECTOR' WON^T BE NEW SUGAR DADDY 

ATTITUDES CHANGING TOWARD GOVERNMENT 

POSTAL HIKES MAY CUT NON-PROFIT GROUPS' PROGRAMS 

CORRECTION 

PHONE PESTS RETURNING 

LEARNING THE HARD WAY 

SPIRIT OF GIVING AIDS NEEDY n N.C. 

CHARITY 

WITH LITTLE, SHE HELPS MANY 
FOR THIS FAMILY. A GOOD DEED 









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3/24/82 


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3/27/82 


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N 




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4/27/82 


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5/18/82 


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5/06/82 


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S 1 5/07/82 C 1 
S 2 7/13/92 A 9 
H 2 7/27/92 A 3 



H 2 10/01/92 B 6 
S 2 10/01/92 A 13 



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N M23 



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'EGAN WITH A BAD ONE 



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6/22/82 A 
8/31/82 A 
12/25/82 B 


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CHARITY LEAGUE OF DURHAM 

SEE DURHAM JUNIOR LEAGUE 

CHARLES MOULTON DANCE CO. 

REPETITIVE MOVES FROM MOULTON 

MOULTON' S MOTIONS MINDFUL OF HIGH SCHOOL MATH 

CHARLES STEWART MQTT FOUNDATION 

NCCU TO SHARE FOUNDATION GRANTS 
NCCU GIVEN GRANT TO HOST MEETINGS 

CHARLOTTE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO OUTLET SQUARE ICHARLOTT 
BLACKBIRDS AGAIN INVADE CHARLT 
SHE'S GOT JOB WITH A VIEW 
HOTLINE GIVES FACTS ABOUT SEX 
LOW-FLYING "LANE RESULTS IN C« 
CHARLOTTE MALL PLANS HIT 
TRICK-OR-TREATING BAN URGED IN 
CHAPLOTTE PROGRAM CRITICIZED 
ROSES ARE RED. VIOLETS "LUE. T 
CHARLOTTE HOMFS ON TOUR 
CHARLOTTE IS POPULAR TEST MAR< 
DRIVE-IN THEATER REACHES ITS z 
RALLY SCHEDULED IN CHARLOTTE 
EPA THREATENS BUILDING BAN IN 
PEARSONTOWN KINDERGARTENERS FL 
CHEMICAL PLANT FINED FOR SPILL 
KINDNESS. BRUTALITY REPORTED I 
1.000 PEOPLE EXPECTED AT VOTIM 
SCHOOL GROUP VISITS CHARLOTTE 
BURT REYNOLDS PLANS TO FILM IN 
5 MENINGITIS CASES TREATED 
TRADE ZONE RECORDS FIRST PROFI 
CHARLOTTE READIES FOR CONVENTI 
REYNOLDS TO FILM SPEEDWAY HOVI 
CHAPLOTTE RESIDENTS FLEE TOXIC 
CHARLOTTE EVACUATION ORDER L IF 
19 EX-AIR CONTROLLERS WANT TH? 
EVACUEES ALLOWED TO RETURN TO 
CHEMICALS STORED WITHOUT PERMI 
CHARLOTTE INNKEEPERS FEAR LOSS 
INSURANCE PROBLEMS TO BE STUOI 
STATE AFL-CIO CONVENTION OPENS 
SIO WORTH OF REGULAR, CHICKEN 
CHARLOTTE OFFICIALS END FIRE : 
TOXIC CHEMICAL LAWS PROPOSED 
26 STUDENTS WORK, LEARN IN PRO 
PARAOUAT IN CREEK SAID SAFE 
MISS GAY AMERICA PAGEANT PROT= 
'MISS GAY AMERICA' WELCOMES PI 
NEWBORN BABY FQuND LEFT IN CHA 
300 DEMONSTRATE AT GAY PAGEANT 
DEMONSTRATORS SING AS GAYS COM 
CHARLOTTE OFFICIALS TO SEEK CH 
HANDGUN LAW SOUGHT FQR CHARCOT 
CHARLOTTE RANKS HIGH IN GROWTH 
NEW PLAZA HOTEL OPENING SET 



E, N.C. I 

TTE'S MYERS PARK 

TO TEENS 
LLS 

CHARLOTTE 

HIS DEAD BUD IS JUST FOR YOU 

ET 
NO 

SOME AREAS 

Y ROUND TRIP TO CHARLOTTE 

N HOSTAGE CASE 
G RIGHTS RALLY 

CHARLOTTE 

T 

ONS 

E 

CLOUO 
TED 

IR JOBS BACK 
HOMES IN CHARLOTTE 
T 

ES 
£0 IN WAKE OF CHARLOTTE FIRE 

TODAY IN CHARLOTTE 
AND POPCORN? 
OOE GRACE PERIOD 

GPAM 

STED 

CKETS 

RLJTTE GARBAGE BIN 

PETE 

ARGES IN WAREHOUSE FIRE 

TE 



S 2 


7/01/82 


D 


4 


R A15 


H 2 


7/02/82 





10 


R L34 


S 2 


2/02/82 


A 


7 


N 


H 2 


6/10/82 


B 


5 


N 


H 2 


2/11/82 


9 


2 


N 


S 2 


2/17/82 


C 


B 


N 


H 2 


2/21/82 


E 


10 


N 


H 2 


2/25/92 


A 


7 


N 


H 2 


3/06/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/06/82 


C 


10 


N 


H 2 


3/10/82 


A 


14 


N 


H 2 


4/02/82 


3 


6 


N 


H 2 


4/11/82 


E 


13 


N 


H 2 


4/20/82 


A 


a 


N 


S 2 


4/20/92 


C 


3 


N 


H 2 


4/29/02 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


5/01/82 


A 


5 


N 


S 2 


5/01/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


5/03/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


5/22/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 1 


5/22/82 


B 


1 


P N 


S 2 


6/05/92 


A 


3 


N EOS 


H 2 


7/18/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


7/22/92 


a 


5 


N 


H 2 


8/19/82 


c 


12 


N 


S 2 


9/03/82 


D 


4 


N 


H 2 


9/09/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


9/14/82 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


9/14/82 


A 


I 


N 


S 2 


9/14/92 


B 


5 


N 


H 2 


9/15/92 


A 


13 


P N 


S 2 


9/15/82 


c 


12 


N 


H 2 


9/16/82 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


9/17/92 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 2 


9/17/92 


B 


5 


N 


H 1 


9/17/92 


B 


1 


N 


S 2 


9/17/82 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


9/19/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


9/19/92 


A 


7 


N 


S 2 


9/21/82 


B 


6 


N 


H 2 


9/23/82 


B 


5 


N 


H 2 


9/24/92 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


9/25/92 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


9/26/92 


c 


5 


N 


H 2 


9/27/82 


B 


5 


P N 


H 2 


10/03/92 


A 


5 


N 


S 2 


11/08/82 


A 


2 


N 


S 2 


11/11/92 


c 


1 1 


N 


H 2 


11/27/82 


A 


11 


N 



k 



CHARLOTTE. N.C. BUSES 

GUNMAN MAY HAVE TRIED TO GET POLICE TO KILL HIM 

CHARLOTTE AIRPORT 

SEE DOUGLAS AIRPORT (CHARLOTTE. N.C.I 

CHARLOTTE ANIMAL SHELTER 

CATS TO LOSE CRATE CONDOMINIUMS 

CHARLOTTE CITY COUNCIL 



H 2 9/21/82 A 10 



H 2 11/19/82 A 12 



MONTHLY/A 



N >* U » L 
1/01/82 - 



INDEX 
12/31/92 



SUBJECTS 



PACE 112 
1/07/83 



NEW HANDGUN LAH REJECTED 
CHARLOTTE AXES Gun PROPCSAt 

CHARLOTTE COHMUNITY HOSPITAL 

COURT RULES CHARLOTTE HOSPITAL CAN BE CLOSED 

CHARLOTTE DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OF^HE 

CHARLDTTE DA PICKS LAWYER FRO" DURHA'< 

CHARLOTTE-DOUGLAS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 
SEE DOUGLAS AIRPORT (CHARLOTTE. N.C.I 

CHARLOTTE FIRE OEPT, 

FIREHCUSE DAMAGED BY BLAZE 

CHARLCTTE POLICEMAN BEATEN; FIREFIGHTERS. BYSTANDERS WATCH 

CHARLOTTE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

HOSPITAL HIRES Expert on ETHICS 

HOSPITAL BREADS STATEWIDE TREND ON ROOM RATES 

NURKIN'S »C-iievEMENTS LAUDED 

DUKE HOSPITAL OFFERS HEPATITIS B VACCINE TO SOME EMPLOYEES 

CHARLOTTE "OTOR SPEEDWAY 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 

PAUL SEEKS TO CONTINUE STREAK IN CAMEL GT 500 

CHARLOTTE CRANKS UP FOR WORLD 6D0 

ALLISON'S CALM IN SPEED WORLD 

MCCALL AI-ING AT SOO FINISH 

PEARSON RETURNS wITH FLAIR, TAKES WORLD 600 POLE 

HIGH SCHOOLER RUNS TOO SLOW. EYES SECOND TRY 

GANT CLAIMS SEAT ON POLE IN MrLLO YELLO 

WALTRIP DOING THINGS RIGHT 

GANT TAKES 30D VICTORY 

BONNETT SURVIVES CHALLENGE .. .T CAPTURE FIRST WORLD 500 

ELLIOTT SEES CHANCE FOR WIN EVAPORATE 

HUMPY IS STOCK CAR RACING'S F5EE WHEELER 

FOYT TO RACE IN NATIONAL 500 

NATIONAL 500 RECORD PURSE AT 5380.000 

3DNNETT TEA- GEARS FQR POLE 

GANT TAKES POLE AHEAD OF BOOINc FOR NATIONAL 500 

WALTRIP, ALLISON DUEL 

WALTRIP TURNS UP HEAT ON ALLISON IN POINTS CHASE 

WALYRIP 6REE2ES TO MILLER VICTORY 

GANT PARLAYS BREAKS INTO NATIONAL 500 WIN 

CHARLOTTE OBSERVER INEWSPAPERl 

N.C. S.C. POLL GIVES REAGAN LOW RATING 

CHARLOTTE nPERA 

SEE ALSO N.C. OPERA 

CHARLOTTE OPERA TO GE^ NEW DIRECTOR 

CHARLOTTE POLICE OEPT. 

HIS JOKES LEAVE HIM STUCK AT JOB 

POLICEMAN CHARGED IN ASSAULT 

MAN CONVICTED OF POLICEMAN'S OEATH 

CHARL-'TTE OFFICER KILLED AT CONVENIENCE STORE 

CHARLOTTE MOURNS SLAIN POLICE-AN 

OFF-DUTY OFFICER KILLS SUSPECT IN ROBBERY 

COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF OFFICER 

THE LAW •.ORKED AS INTENDED 

SLAIN POLICEMAN IS AWARDED PAY 

CHARLOTTE POLICEMAN BEATEN; FIREFIGHTERS. BYSTANDERS WATCH 

CHARLOTTE UPTOWN DEVELOPMENT CORP. 
CHARLOTTE MALL PLANS HIT 

CHARLOTTE WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS. N.C. 

PAPERS LAY OFF SO-g .ORKERS 

CHARLOTTE/MECKLENBURG BOARD OF EDUCATION 
CHANGES IN TENURE TO BE CONSIDERED 

CHARLO'TE/MECKLcNBURG SCHOOLS 

SUMMER JOBS AUDIT DISPUTE IS RESOLVED 

SCHOOL CALENDAR CHARGES URGED TO INCLUDE FIVE BAD wEaThER DAYS 

YOUNG 'COPS' SET EXAMPLE 

CHARLOTTE STUDENTS TESTED FOR SUSPECTED ALCOHOL USE 

ENTERPRISE CLASS PAYS ITS STUDENTS 

STUDENT COUNSELING PROGRAM IS CRITICIZED 

ALCOLYZER TO BE USED IN CHARL3TTE SCHOOLS 

CHARLOTTE/MECKLENBURG SCHOOLS. BUSING 
BUS HOTLINE 

CHAR" 

CHARM ISN'T EVERYTHING 

CHARTER MEDICAL CORP. 

GROUP APPEALS STATE DENIAL OF DURHAM ALCOHOLISM CENTER 

CHASE ECONOMETRICS OF PITTSBURGH 

FIRM FORECASTS ELECTRONICS. CHEMICALS. PLASTICS AS N.C. INDUSTRIES... 
EC0NO"IST PREDICTS MQRE PERSONAL INCOME GROWTH 
survey: recession hit N.C. HA8 

CHASE MANHATTAN BANK 

UNC GRAD MAKES OWN LUCK IN JOB SEARCH 

CHATHAM BROADCASTING CO.. INC. 

HAYES IS NAMED PRESIDENT OF CHATHAM BROADCASTING 

CHATHAM COUNTY. N.C. 

SEE ALSO EAST CHATHAM RESCUE S3UAD RUN 

SEE ALSO WEST CHATHAM MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 

CHATHAM GROUP TO MEET TODAY 

RECHARGED: OLD HYDROELECTRIC »LANT may GENERATE AGAIN 

DRUG AND ALCOHOL CHARGES FILED 

19 CHATHAM FIRMS, AGENCIES TO RECEIVE SAFETY AWARDS 

WHATEVER HAPPENED: YESTERDAY'S NEWS REVISITED 

HERBICIDE USE PRO"PTS CONCERN 

CHATHAM SPRAYING RAISES IRE 

GROUP A COMFORT TO CANCER VICTIMS 

CHATHAM WANTS ANIMALS REMOVED 

INJUNCTION SOUGHT INSTEAD OF ORDINANCE IN CHATHAM ANIMAL CONTROVERSY 

BREEDER TO REMOVE ANIm»lS 

CHATHAM BREEDERS WILL REMOVE ANIMALS 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, ABC STORES 

PETITION SEEKS ChaTHA" ABC RE=ERENDUM 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C BUDGET 

7 l/2e TAX RATE HIKE PROPOSED IN CHATHAM 
CHATHAM TAX RATE UP 2 CENTS 

CHATHAM COIJNTY, N.C ELECTIONS 



S I 

E L 

DATE C PG L 

11/10/82 A 12 
ll/2*/82 B 5 



S 2 6/12/32 E 2 
H 2 9/1D/32 A 9 



2 


8/30/82 


A 


9 




N 




2 


11/23/82 


A 


ID 




N 




2 


7/29/82 


A 


fl 




N 




2 


7/29/82 


A 


22 




N 




2 


B/2S/B2 


A 


A 




J 




2 


12/29/82 


B 


1* 




N 




2 


5/16/92 


B 


5 




N 




2 


5/25/92 


3 






N 




2 


5/27/82 







p 


F 


S9I 


2 


5/27/82 


B 




p 


F 




2 


5/28/52 


C 






N 


S91 


2 


5/23/82 


C 




p 


N 


S91 


2 


5/29/82 







P 


N 


S91 


2 


5/30/32 


e 






N 


S91 


2 


5/30/82 


a 




P 


N 


S91 


2 


5/31/82 


B 






H 


S91 


2 


5/31/92 


9 






N 


591 


2 


6/03/92 


D 






F 


S9l 


2 


9/24/92 


B 






N 




2 


9/23/92 


D 






N 




2 


10/06/62 


C 






N 




2 


10/07/92 









N 




2 


10/09/92 


A 




p 


N 




2 


10/10/32 


B 


6 


p 


N 




2 


10/10/92 


B 


6 




N 




2 


13/11/92 


B 


2 




N 


S9l 



H 2 7/26/92 A 



2 


4/09/82 


a 


5 


N 


2 


3/27/82 


A 


5 P N 


2 


3/30/82 


B 


5 


N 


7 


6/26/82 


A 


1 7 


N 


2 


7/01/92 


A 


77 


N 


2 


7/02/82 


A 


r 


N 


/ 


3/01/92 


A 


7 


N 


/ 


9/08/82 


(, 


1 f 


N 


2 


9/13/92 


A 


s 


1 


7 


9/30/92 


A 


1 n 


N 


2 


11/23/82 


A 


10 


N 



H 2 3/06/92 A 



H 2 9/01/92 A 8 



H 2 9/27/82 3 



H 


7 


1/21/82 


A 


74 


N 


H 


7 


3/10/82 


A 


14 


N 


s 


7 


4/23/82 


A 


4 


F 


H 


7 


5/16/82 


A 


20 


N 


H 


7 


7/15/82 


A 


IS 


N 


H 


7 


9/04/82 


A 


1 1 


N 


S 


2 


11/25/92 


C 


26 


N 



S 2 9/08/32 C 11 
H 2 10/24/92 4 
S 2 12/21/92 A I 



S 2 1/29/32 A 1 
H 2 5/11/92 A 1 
H 2 3/07/92 B 1 



S 2 a/19/82 A 4 
H 2 10/07/92 A 23 



E 

N M23 



H 


7 


1/18/92 


A 


in 


N 




H 




2/27/92 


M 


1 


N 




H 




3/02/92 


R 


1 


P N 




H 




4/03/92 


n 


1 


N 




H 




6/23/92 


A 


1 1 


N 


1 41 


H 




7/17/92 


» 


1 


N 


1 ID 


H 




7/19/82 


r 


1 


N 




H 




1/20/82 


A 


10 


F 


1 in 


H 




2/14/92 


P. 


5 


N 




M 




2/15/92 


s 


1 


N 


1 30 


H 




2/23/82 


A 


1 


N 


W16 


s 


2 


2/23/92 


A 


5 


N 





H 1 5/20/92 E 1 N L30 



H 1 6/06/92 8 I N H60 

H 1 7/10/92 B 1 N 



MQNTHLY/INNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



S U B J E C 



CHATHiH SHERIFF UNOPPOSED 

VOTER RFGISTRATION: IN AL»«A^CE COUNTY. 

6 IN SACE FOR CHATHAM 80AR0 SEAT 
CHATHAM OFFICIALS HOLD LEAD 

ONE RUNOFF SET FOR CHATHAM BOARD 
LUTTERLOH WINS IN CHATHAM 
ONE RACE IN CHATHAM 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C.. GROWTH DEVEL:)PHENT 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY. N.C.. ZONING 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION 
SHOPPING CENTER PLANNED IN CHATHAM 
CHATHAM GETS «2<'2.'.'.7 GRANT 

CHATHAM COUNTY. N.C.. HISTORY 

SURVEY TO RECORD CHATHAM STRUCTURES 

CHATHAM COUNTY. N.C.. HOUSING 

PUBLIC HOUSING BEING DEBATED IN CHATHAM 

CHATHAM COUNTY. N.C. LANDFILL 
SEE ALSO TRI-COUNTY ALLIANCE 

FIRM DELAYS DECISION ON WASTE LANDFILL SITE 

HAZARDOUS WASTES MEETING PLANNED 

CHATHAM EXTENDS PERMIT 

ALLIANCE PLEASED WITH CHATHAM WASTE ORDINANCE 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C LAW ENFORCEMENT CENTER 
LAW CENTER OPEN HOUSE SET 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, TAX RATE 

7 l/2e TAX RATE HIKE PROPOSED IN CHATHAM 
CHATHAM TAX RATE UP 2 CENTS 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, WATER AND SEWER PROPOSAL 
SEE ALSO EAST CHATHAM WATER CORP. 
SEE ALSO PITTSBORO, N.C, WATER AND SEWER LINES 

CHATHAM COURTHOUSE PLANS STUDIED BY COMMISSIONERS 

CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C. ZONING 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C, SROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION 
SHOPPING CENTER PLANNED IN CHATHAM 
CHATHAM ACCEPTS GRANT FOR SURVEY OF BUILDINGS 

CHATHAM COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS 

19 CHATHAM FIRMS, AGENCIES TO RECEIVE SAFETY AWARDS 



.AND IN CHATHAM CCUf'TY 



ELECTIONS 



chatham county board of education, 
chatham sheriff unopposed 

chatham county commissioners 

group is drafting ordinance 

pittsboro, chatham eye a joint office complex 

pitts'^oro, chatham disagree over sale 

chatham courthouse plans studied by commissioners 

pittsboro, chatham reach agreement 

chatham office plans completeo 

chatham accepts grant for survey of buildings 

petition seeks chatham abc referendum 

6 in pace for chatham board s= a t 
chatham extends permit 

chatham wants animals removed 

injunction sought instead of ordinance in chatham animal controversy 

alliance pleased with chatham waste ordinance 

chatham county commissioners, budget 

7 l/2« tax rate hike proposed in chatham 
chatham tax rate up 2 cents 

chatham county commissioners, elections 
chatham sheriff unopposed 
chatham officials hold lead 
one runoff set for chatham board 
lutteplgh wins in chatham 
one race in chatham 

chatham county council for women 

chatham council for women recognized 

Chatham county courthouse 

CHATHAM courthouse PLANS STUDIED BY COMMISSIONERS 

chatham courthouse plans hearing set 
chatham courthouse plans expected in may 

Chatham county democratic party 

candidates invited to meetings 

Chatham county herald inc. (Newspa'eri 

chatham herald is in financial battle 

chatham county jail 

see also chatham county, n.c, law enforcement center 
see also chatham county sheriff's dept. 

four prisoners escape in chatham 

2 of 4 escapees recaptured 

escapee believed armed 

chatham county office »uilding 

pittsboro, chatham eye a joint office complex 

pittsporo, chatham disagree over sale 

chatham courthouse plans studied by commissioners 

pittsboro, chatham reach agre=ment 

chatham courthouse plans hearing set 

chatham officf plans complete"! 

pittsboro gets town hall plans 

pittsboro board takes bids 

blueprints 9eing prepared 

chatham county planning commission 

see also chatham county, n.c, srowth development 
see also chatham county, n.c, zoning 
shopping center planned in chatham 
lake zoning to be discussed 

chatham county schools 

see also chatham county board of education 

several area schools get repair work or additions 

chatham county sheriff's dept. 

see also chatham county, n.c, law enforcement center 
see also chatham county jail 
19 chatham firms. agencies to receive safety awards 

chatham family birth center 



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6/26/82 C 

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7/28/82 B 

1 10/30/82 C 






N 
N 
N 
N 

N 
N 
N 





H 1 3/18/82 3 1 
H 1 U/13/82 C 1 



H I 7/16/82 B 1 
H 1 l/3n/82 8 1 



H 1 1/12/82 E 1 

H I 1/26/82 B 1 

H 1 8/03/82 B 1 

H 1 12/17/82 B 1 



H 1 8/31/82 B 1 



H 1 6/09/82 B 1 
H 1 7/10/82 B 1 



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H 1 2/04/82 B 1 



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H I 9/08/82 B 1 



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N L30 



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1/05/82 


B 




N 




H 


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1/21/82 


H 




N 


1 W 


H 


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1/26/82 


B 




N 


1 30 


H 


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2/02/82 


B 




N 




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2/05/82 


B 




N 


1 in 


H 


7 


'1/06/82 


H 




N 




H 


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<./21/e2 


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N 


1 30 


H 


1 


5/20/82 


a 




N 


1 (0 


H 


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6/26/82 


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N 




H 


1 


8/03/82 


B 




N 


1 «) 


H 


7 


l2/l<r/82 


H 




N 




H 


1 


12/15/82 


H 




N 


1 m 


H 


1 


12/17/82 


B 




N 


LJO 


H 


1 


5/09/82 


B 




N 


H6n 


H 


1 


7/10/82 


a 




N 




H 


1 


2/04/82 


B 




N 




H 


1 


7/01/82 


H 




N 




H 


1 


7/24/82 


B 




N 




H 


1 


7/28/82 


H 




N 




H 


1 


10/30/82 


L 




N 




H 


2 


7/22/82 


A 


15 


N 




H 


1 


2/02/82 


B 


1 


N 




H 


1 


3/06/82 


r 


1 


N 


1 in 


H 


1 


4/30/82 


B 


I 


N 





H 7 


7/18/82 


r 


1 


N 




H 1 


7/20/82 


B 


1 


N 




H 1 


tflit/il 


B 


1 


N 




H 1 


1/21/82 


B 


1 


N 


1 30 


H 1 


1/26/82 


H 


1 


N 


1 30 


H 1 


2/02/82 


a 


I 


N 




H I 


2/05/82 


H 


1 


N 


1 fO 


H 1 


3/06/82 


1 


1 


N 


1 in 


H 7 


4/06/82 


a 


s 


N 




H 1 


5/19/82 


a 


1 


N 




H 1 


7/14/82 


B 


1 


N 




H 1 


9/03/82 


B 


1 


N 





HONTHLY/4 



N -J U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



P4GE 11<. 
1/07/83 



SEE ALSO Childbirth 

SEE ALSO "lOWIFERY 

SURVE" GIVES PARENTS 4 GUIDE = 0" CHOOSING OBSTETRICAL CARE 

ChATHAI "IDDLE SCHOOL 

fire damages chatham school 
chatham principal named 

industries in area cutting hojrs. laying workers off 

chatham soil and hater conse» vat i ctl district 
fish pond clinic to 8e held jjne 5 

check fraud 

see bad checks 

check kiting 

see also bad checks 
fbi finos s2.5 million in diamonds . ,,, 

suspect's return to guinea puzzles federal authorities 

checkers 

see also games 
checkers players will gather at boards in sanford 
n.c. teen-ager to defend checkers title 
checkers winners announced 

Checking accounts 

see also bad checks 

see also ranks. u.s. isee also vamcs of banks) 

see also checks 

see also electronic funds transfer 

see also savings accounts 

service should come first 

ending the windfall 

bank deposits grow in n.c. in first half 

return of canceled checks may soon be thing of past 

what the mailman brought 

"checkless society- 
see also banks. u.s. isee also names of banks i 
see also computers 
see also electronic funds transfer 
trend should be checked 

checkout systems 

see universal product code 

CHECKS 

SEE ALSO BAD CHECKS 

SEE ALSO CHECKING ACCOUNTS 

BANKS VARY ON CASHING OF GOVERNMENT CHECKS 

NEW RULE NOT FAIR TO ELDERLY 

CHEEKS CROSSROAD COMMUNITY (ORANGE COUNTY. N.C.I 
EFLANO ILL-SERVED BY ORANGE COMMISSIONERS 
ORANGE SOLONS TO mull ZONING 
CHEEKS ZONING DELAYED AGAIN 
PANEL POSTPONES CHEEKS ZONING 

ORANGE ZONING PROPOSAL CRITICIZED BY CANDIDATE 
CHEEKS TOWNSHIP TOPIC OF MEETING 
ORANGE BOARD DELAYS VOTE ON A-ENDMENTS 

CHEERLEADERS 

NO CHEERS FOR UNSAFE PEP SOUAO S 
ON TO WILLIAMSBURG 

NORTHERN CHEERLEADERS WIN AWA'OS 
ON TOP OF THE WORLD 

CHEE'WINE 

SEE ALSO SOFT DRINKS 

MAKERS OF N.C. BEVERAGE SEEK EXPANSION 

CHEESE 

CHEESE TO BE DISTRIBUTED 
CHEESE TO REACH DURHA" COUNTY 
AGRICULTURE OFFICIALS WILL DI5 
OFFICIALS IN ALAMANCE DISCUSS 
HELP SOUGHT TO DISTRIBUTE CHEE 
SOCIAL SERVICES PLANS TO DISTR 
ORANGE PUTS ORDER IN FQR GOVT. 
CORRECTION 

RE9UESTS FOR CHEESE OVER 3U0TA 
SOCIAL SERVICES HEAD QUESTIONS 
CHEESE POURING INTO BUTNER 
JOhNSTOV. ALAMANCE START GIVIM 
NEEDY GET SURPLUS CHEESE 
GRANVILLE TO DISTRIBUTE CMEESi 
FREE CHEESE TO BE HANDED OUT I 
CHEESE DISTRIBUTION SET MARCH 
OISTRiauTION OF CHEESE WILL CO 
DURHAM COUNTY RESIDENTS TO GET 
FREE CHEESE: DISTRIBUTION BEGI 
DURHAM RESIDENTS WAIT IN LINE 
OMELET LOVERS OUEUE UP EARLY = 
DURHAM OEOUESTS MORE FREE CHE: 
FREE CHEESE: USE IT TO MAKE NU 
DURHAM COUNTY ASKS FOR MORE SJ 
SECOND HELPING OF CHEESE SOUGH 
COUNTY HAS 4.000 OF LEFTOVERS 
HARDLY 'FREE* 

ELIGIBLE RESIDENTS CAN GET MOR 
GRANVILLE CHEESE DISTRIBUTION 
FAMILIES TO GET CHEESE 
FLOOD EL SALVADOR WITH SURPLUS 
FREE CHEESE ICARTOONI 
WE'LL GLADLY EAT SURPLUS ChEES 
ROUND-ROBIN RIP-OFF ON MILK. = 
BLAME THE CONGRESS 
CHEESE DISTRIBUTION SCHEDULED 
900 FAMILIES GETTING CHEESE TJ 
BURY THE PROCESS CHEESE 
NEW CHEESE GIVEAmAY BEGINS 
SECOND CHEESE GIVEAWAY SET 
DURHAM ALLOCATING 36.000 POUND 

FREE Cheese distribution to re 

CHEESE GIVEAWAY TODAY 

FREE Cheese still there for as 
FREE cheese distribution conti 

1<. COUNTIES UNABLE TO GIVE AWA 
DURHAM GIVING AWAY LESS CHEESE 
ASHE COUNTY FACTORY PRODUCES C 
CHEESE. BUTTER 

DURHAM STUDIES 3R0 CHEESE PLAN 
NEEDY TO GET CHEESE. BUTTER 



PENSE CHEESE 

CHEESE. COMPUTERS. WORKFARE 
SE 

IBUTE CHEESE 
CHEESE 



REAGAN PLAN 
G OUT SURPLUS CHEESE 



N MARCH 

st n.c, s.c. taxpayers s3.4 million 
Cheese tomorrow 

IS THIS morning 



FOR FREE CHEESE 

OR FREE CHEESE 

SE 

TRITIOUS. TASTY DISHES 

RPLUS CHEESE 



E FREE CHEESE 
TODAY 



E 
UTTER. 



TUESDAY 
ESDAY 



S OF CHEESE 
SUME 

KING 

NUES THIS WEEK 
CHEESE 



S I 
E L 

C RG L 



S 2 5/26/82 C 1 N A15 



H 1 5/19/82 8 1 N 
H 1 3/04/82 3 1 N 



H 2 1/16/82 B I 
H 1 5/29/82 C 1 



H 2 7/10/82 A 5 N 
H 2 7/12/92 All N 



H 1 11/20/82 B 1 F H60 
H 2 11/30/82 A 14 N 
H 1 12/01/92 B 1 N 



S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



1/22/82 A 

7/01/82 A 

9/12/82 

12/06/92 A 

12/21/82 3 



H 2 5/30/82 



S 2 12/21/82 C 
S 2 12/22/82 A 



H 2 


1/08/62 


A 


4 


L 




S 1 


8/23/92 


c 


1 


N 


M23 


H 2 


8/2<./82 


B 


1 


N 


M2 3 


S 2 


3/2'./82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


9/23/92 


A 


6 


N 


946 


S 2 


9/28/92 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


11/02/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


2/23/92 


B 


7 


P N 




S 2 


4/16/82 


A 


6 


P P 




S 2 


8/03/82 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 


11/20/82 


A 


6 


P P 


S76 


S 2 


3/12/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


1/05/82 


3 


14 


N 




S 2 


1/07/92 


C 


1 


N 




S 2 


1/18/82 


A 


12 


N 




H 1 


1/19/82 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/20/82 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


1/21/82 


3 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/22/82 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


1/23/92 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


1/24/82 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


1/28/82 


9 


1 


N 


991 


H 1 


2/12/32 


a 


I 


P N 


L30 


H 1 


2/18/92 


B 


I 


N 




S 2 


2/13/82 


C 


7 


N 




H 1 


2/24/92 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


2/25/82 


B 


1 


N 


981 


S 2 


2/25/32 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


3/05/92 


A 


12 


N 




S 2 


3/08/92 


A 




D N 


F30 


H 2 


3/09/82 


B 




P N 




S 2 


3/09/92 


A 




P N 


F30 


H 2 


3/10/92 


E 


1 


P N 


B81 


H 2 


3/11/82 


B 


1 


N 


981 


H 2 


3/11/92 


C 


1 


P F 


H4 5 


S 2 


3/11/82 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


3/12/82 


C 


5 


N 




H 2 


3/13/92 


B 


1 


N 


381 


H 2 


3/16/82 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


3/16/92 


5 


1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


3/17/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


3/17/82 


E 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/l3/°2 


A 


5 


L 




H 2 


3/21/82 


D 


5 


T T 


P45 


H 2 


3/25/92 


A 




L 




H 2 


3/26/82 


A 




E 




H 2 


4/02/92 


A 




L 




H ? 


4/02/92 


B 




N 




S 2 


4/02/82 


C 




N 




H 2 


4/04/82 


D 




L 




S 2 


4/07/92 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 


4/28/92 


B 




N 




S 2 


5/12/82 


C 




N 




H 2 


5/13/82 


3 




N 




H 2 


5/18/82 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


5/20/82 


C 


14 


N 


981 


S 2 


5/25/'>2 






N 




S 2 


5/2S/82 


3 




N 




S 2 


5/31/82 


C 




N 


F30 


H 2 


7/D7/82 


C 


12 


N 




H 2 


7/24/92 


A 




N 




S 2 


7/24/92 


A 


3 


N 


F30 


H 2 


IO/08/''2 


B 


I 


N 


981 



MONTHLY/A 



NNU4L INDEX 

1/01/8? - 12/31/82 



S U 8 J E 



CHEESE. BUTTEO TO BE GIVEN 

GIVING IT AWAV 

FAMILIES RECEIVE CHEESE 

CHEESE SUPPLY RUNS SHORT 

BOARD MAY TIGHTEN EMERGENCY AID FUNDS 

WELFARE BUDGET STRAINED 

ALAMANCE TO DISTRIBUTE CHEESE. BUTTER 

ALAMANCE TO DISTRIBUTE PUTTER, CHEESE 

CHEFS 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

CHEF IMPORTS EUROPEAN FLAVOR 

CHEF AT HOTEL EUROPA IS MASTE'! OF INNOVATION 

DURHAM COOK PERFORMS WITH SPEEDY FINESSE AT THE GRILL 

'"■^'S RIGHT AT HOME COOKING F3R CROWDS 

'■■ •- "■■ — "■' CHEF TELL ERHAROT 

" ALL THE WHILE 



SHE 



k 



SHE'S RIGHT AT HOME LOOKING hJK LKUWUb 

IT'S A COMEDIAN! IT'S A JUGGLER! NO — IT'S CH 

CHEF TELL JOKES. THROWS OUT HINTS AND COOKS 

TELL COOKS UP A GOOD TIME FOR ALL 

TV CHEF CLIMBS SUCCESS LADDER--CHOP CHOP 

CHEM-SECURITY INC. 

LANDFILL PERMIT SOUGHT 

PERMIT FOR LANDFILL SOUGHT 

EPA DELAYS PERMISSION FOR ANSON COUNTY LANDFILL 

CHEMCENTRAL (JAMESTOWN. N.C.I 

BLAST. FIRE HITS GUILFORD PLANT 

CHEMICAL BANK 

DUKE GETS 160.000 FROM BANK 

CHEMICAL FIRES 

SEE ALSO FIRES. U.S. 
BLAST. FIRE HIT PLANT 

BLAST HEAVILY DAMAGES CHEMICAL PLANT IN GREENSBORO 
'I INJURED IN BLAST AT N.C. PLANT 
HA2ELW0GD 'GHOST TOWN' AFTER EXPLOSIONS. FIRE 
RESIDENTS OF HAZELWOOD RETURN TO THEIR HOMES 
OSHA: PLANT HAD VIOLATED SAFETY LAWS 
FOUR ARE INJURED IN FIRE AT PLANT 
NO VIOLATIONS FOUND IN BLAST 
HAZELWOOD NOW FACES CLEANUP BILL 
STUDENTS DOUSE LABORATORY FIRE 
WEEKEND FIRES ARE DOUSED 
MAN BURNED AT PLANT DIES 
CHARLOTTE RESIDENTS FLEE TOXIC CLOUD 
CHARLOTTE EVACUATION ORDER LIFTED 

EVACUEES ALLOWED TO RETURN TO HOMES IN CHARLOTTE 
CHEMICALS STORED WITHOUT PERMIT 

INSURANCE PROBLEMS TO BE STUDIED IN WAKE OF CHARLOTTE FIRE 
CHARLOTTE OFFICIALS END FIRE CODE GRACE PERIOD 
TOXIC CHEMICAL LAWS PROPOSED 

CHARLOTTE OFFICIALS TO SEEK CHARGES IN WAREHOUSE FIRE 
FUMES POSE THREAT I'J TARBORO BLAZE 
DURHAM VFDS READY FOR CHEMICAL FIRES 
NO CONTAMINANTS FOUND IN WATER 

CHEMICAL SPILLS 

SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 

SEE ALSO GASOLINE SPILLS 

SEE ALSO OIL SPILL 

SEE ALSO WATER POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO WATER QUALITY 

ACID DUMPING BRINGS FINES 

CHEMICALS SPILLED INTO CREEK 

LAB MONITORS EFFECTS OF POLLUTANTS 

STATE FINES WILMINGTON FIRM $10,000 FOR SPILLS 

TRAIN DERAILS NEAR MARION 

FIREMEN AVERT EXPLOSION AFTER WOOO-ALCOHOL SPILL 

CHEMICAL PLANT FINED FOP SPILL 

SPILL NOT AS BAD AS FEARED 

CHEMICAL SPILL CAUSES EVACUATION 

CLEANUP 

FUME THREAT PROMPTS CORDONING OF AREA 

STATE SCHEDULES MEETING ON ELLERBEE CREEK SPILL 

MEETING IS DELAYED 

COMPANY WILL PAY 10 RE-STOCK ELLERBEE 

OFFICER DISCOVERS CHEMICAL LEAK 

CHEMICALS ARE FOUND LEAKING 

CHEMICAL SPILLED; 1.000 EVACUATED IN IREDELL COUNTY 

CHEMICAL WARFARE 

SEE ALSO BIOLOGICAL WARFARE 

AMERICA DOESN'T NEED NEW CHEMICAL WEAPONS 
CHEMICAL WEAPONS: ADVANCES IN TERROR 

CHEMICAL WASTE DISPOSAL 

SEE ALSO CITIZENS AGAINST CHEMICAL TOXINS IN UNDERGROUND STORAGE (CACTUSl 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL AND STORAGE 

SEE ALSO SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS. OURHAM 

SEE ALSO SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO TOXIC SUBSTANCE CONTROL ACT 

SEE ALS:! WASTE DISPOSAL 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS PLANNED ON HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS, WASTE 

TOXIC WASTE PLANS STIR CONTROVERSY 

LEPRECHAUN AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW (CARTOON) 

WASTES PROCESSING PLANT APPLICATION IS PREPARED 

TOXIC WASTES POSE THREAT 

CHEMIST: CANAL STUDY WAS TASK FOR A REFEREE 

CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT INC. 

GROUP IS ORAFTING ORDINANCE 

FIRM DELAYS DECISION ON WASTE LANDFILL SITE 

APPLICATION FOR LANDFILL SAID YEAR AWAY 

LANDFILLS SHOULD BE LAST RESORT 

WASTES PROCESSING PLANT APPLICATION IS PREPARED 

DECISION EXPECTED ON LANDFILL 

FIRM TO APPEAL PLAN REJECTION 

STATE REJECTS WASTE PLANT APPLICATION 

CHEMICALS 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL TOXICOLOGY PR:)GRAM 

SEE ALSO TOXIC SUBSTANCE CONTROL ACT 

SEE ALSO UNIONS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO UNIONS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO UNIONS. U.S. 

FIRM FORECASTS ELECTRONICS. CHEMICALS. PLASTICS AS N.C. INDUSTRIES... 

REACTION TO CHEMICALS MAY LEAD TO CANCER 

VITAMINS. DIET MAY HELP FIGHT CANCER 

MEN SPRAYED WITH CHEMICAL 

2 MOTORISTS GET SPRAYED 

TOXIC CHEMICAL LAWS PROPOSED 

CAUSTIC SODA BURNS WOMAN 



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E 




L 


Y 




P 


DATE 


C 


PG 


I 


P 


BYL 


S 2 


10/0<)/B2 




12 




N 




S 2 


10/13/82 




1 


P 


P 


C56 


S 2 


10/14/H2 




5 




N 




S 2 


lD/18/82 




1 




N 


M23 


S 2 


10/28/82 








N 


M23 


H 2 


10/28/82 


B 






N 




H 1 


12/09/82 


B 






N 




H 1 


12/14/82 


B 


1 




N 




S 2 


3/17/82 


B 


I 


P 


F 


A15 


H 2 


3/18/82 


C 


1 


p 


F 


H45 


S 2 


3/2<./82 


a 







F 


J06 


H 2 


'./15/82 


c 




P 


F 


S55 


S 2 


10/20/82 


6 




p 


F 


871 


H 2 


10/21/82 


C 


6 




F 


195 


H 2 


10/22/82 


B 


2 





F 


M95 


H 2 


10/22/82 


B 


2 





F 


M95 


H 2 


<./25/B2 


A 


12 




N 




H 2 


7/22/82 


A 


21 




N 




H 2 


9/26/82 


A 


8 




N 




H 2 


U/02/82 


A 


13 




N 




H 2 


11/14/32 


C 


3 




N 




S 2 


2/25/82 


A 


I 




N 




H 2 


2/26/82 


A 


6 




N 




H 2 


4/16/82 


C 


7 




N 




H 2 


<./22/B2 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


4/23/82 


C 


10 


p 


N 




S 2 


4/23/82 


A 


9 




N 




H 2 


5/06/S2 


A 


17 




N 




H 2 


5/08/82 


A 


5 




N 




H 2 


5/13/82 


C 


12 




N 




H 2 


5/16/62 


C 


1 




N 




S 2 


5/17/82 


A 


3 




N 




H 2 


5/21/82 


A 


10 




N 




H 2 


9/14/82 


A 


1 




N 




S 2 


9/14/82 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


9/15/82 


A 


13 


P 


N 




S 2 


9/15/82 


C 


12 




N 




H 2 


9/17/82 


A 


1 1 




N 




S 2 


9/17/82 


A 


13 




N 




H 2 


9/18/82 


A 


5 




N 




H 2 


10/03/32 


A 


5 




N 




H 2 


12/29/82 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


12/30/82 


B 


1 




N 


B81 


H 2 


12/31/82 


A 


3 




N 





S ? 


1/08/82 


A 


7 


N 




H / 


1/16/82 


A 


1 


N 




S / 


1/23/82 


A 


1 


' N 


HO 


H ;> 


2/20/82 


A 


1 n 


N 




H / 


3/11/82 


B 


h 


' N 




H / 


3/14/82 


A 


1 6 


N 




H 2 


5/D3/82 


A 


9 


N 




H ,■ 


5/03/82 


A 


5 


N 




S 7 


8/12/82 


r 


9 


N 




S 7 


8/27/82 


A 


6 


N 




H 7 


10/09/32 


rt 


1 


N 




S 7 


10/12/82 


B 


1 


N 


K90 


S 7 


10/19/82 


( 


1 


N 




<; 7 


10/27/32 


H 


1 


N 


K9n 


H 7 


11/15/82 


H 


1 


N 




S 7 


11/15/82 


A 


A 


N 




H 2 


12/02/82 


A 


8 


N 




S 7 


2/15/32 


A 


4 


( 




H 2 


4/01/82 


A 


4 


t 





s 


7 


1/06/82 


A 


1 


N 


F30 


H 


7 


3/14/82 


A 


1 


N 


G53 


H 


7 


3/17/82 


A 


4 T T 


R56 


H 


I 


4/02/82 


B 


1 


N 


( in 


S 


7 


4/27/82 


A 


4 


1 




H 


2 


7/26/32 


A 


3 


N 




H 


1 


1/05/82 


B 


1 


N 




H 


1 


1/12/32 


H 


1 


N 


1 30 


H 


1 


1/29/82 


B 


1 


N 




H 


7 


3/03/32 


A 


4 


1 




H 


I 


4/02/82 


B 


1 


N 


1 W 


H 


1 


7/22/82 


K 


1 


N 


1 111 


S 


7 


11/20/82 


A 


1 5 


N 




H 


2 


12/22/82 


A 


; 


N 





s 


7 


1/23/82 


A 


I 


N 


H 




6/21/32 


f 


1 


N 


S 




6/21/82 


3 


N 


s 




7/31/32 


k 


\ 


N 


H 




8/01/32 


i 


9 


N 


H 




9/18/82 


S 


N 


s 




10/08/82 


L < 


6 


N 



\ 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/92 



SUBJECTS 



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1/07/83 



S I T 

E L Y 

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CHEHICALSt HEALTH EFFECTS 

TWO FORM GROUP TO STUDY CHE"ICALS 
GROUP TO STUOY TOXIC CHEMICALS 

CHEMISTRY 

CHEMISTRY MAKES THE DIFFERENCE 

CHEMOTHERAPY 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSn TETRAHYD0CANNA3IN0L I TH C 1 
HEAD-CAMCER CASES GET HELP AT OUKE 
PROGRAM AIDS CANCER VICTIMS 

CHEMTRONICS INC. 

EPA LISTS THE 418 DUMPS IT DEEMS MOST DANGEROUS 

CHEROKEE. N.C. 

4 CHEROKEE BUSINESSES ARE DESTROYED 3Y FIRE 

CHEROKEE COUNTY, N.C. 

HIGH CANCER RATE PROBED IN CHEROKEE 

CHEROKEE INDIAN HOSPITAL 

MEDICINE MEN PRACTICE AT CHEROKEE HOSPITAL 

CHEROKEE INDIAN RESERVATION 

N.C. INDIANS UNAFFECTED BY COJRT RULING 

CHEROKEE INDIANS 

SEE ALSO INDIANS. N.C. 

N.C. INDIANS UNAFFECTED BY COJRT RULING 
INDIANS START HIGH-STAKES BINGO GAMES AT CHEROKEE 
STATE. CHERGKEES SAY THEY'LL FUND TROUT HATCHERY 
INDIANS GET A BREAK 

CHERRIES 

CHERRY: A SHEET LEGEND 

CHERRY POINT MARINE CORPS AIR STATION 
SEE ALSO U.S. MARINE CORPS 

EX-CHERRY POINT MARINE GETS LIFE SENTENCE 
MARINF DIES OF HEAD INJURY 

CHERRYVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 

TIM?EPLAKE'S HR LIFTS VIKINGS 
TWO WINS GIVE CHERRYVILLE TITLE 

CHESAPEAKE. VIRGINIA 

ANOTHER VA. CITY MAY ALSO SEEK GASTON WATER 

CHESS 

SEE ALSO GAMES 
CHESS WINNERS 
CHESS RIVALS COMPETE 

CHESSON REALTORS 

GOOD SAMARITANS 

CHESTERFIELD MOTEL 

MOTEL MANAGER REPORTED MISSINJ 
STEREO EOUIPMENT STOLEN 

CHESTNUT RIDGE CHURCH 

TWO CHURCHES REACH 150 YEARS 3L0 

CHESTNUT TREES 

SEE ALSO TREES 

•MAGIC BULLET- may SAVE CHESTNUT 
NATURE MAY BE KEY TO REVIVING CHESTNUT 

CHEVRON USA INC. 

CHEVRON USA TO BEGIN DRILLING OFF N.C. 
FIRM: NO REFINERY PLANNED 

CHEWING TOBACCO 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO SPITTING CONTEST 
MAGNA CUM CHAW 
CANCER SOCIETY NEEDS HELP 

CMEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

CHEWNING RELEASES HONOR ROLL 

PHILLIPS TO VISIT CHEWNING TO:)AY 

PHILLIPS DECRIES PROPOSED CUTS 

PARENTS OBJECT TO JUNIOR HIGH ATTENDANCE PLAN 

SCHOOL eOAR5 ALTERS ZONES FOR JR. HIGH 

BOARD OKS MOVING COUNTY STUDENTS 

CHEWNING RELEASES HONORS LIST 

CAREER DAY AT CHEWNING 

CONSIDER ING CAREERS 

HONOR SOCIETY PICKS STUDENTS FROM CHEWNING 

A SALUTE 

FUTUR"^ FARMERS RECEIVE AWARDS 

CHEWNING HONOR ROLLS ANNOUNCED 

HAMMING IT UP 

7TH-GRADERS ENJOY ARTS AFRICA THIS WEEK 

COUNTY SCHOOLS NAME MS. WILDER TEACHER OF YEAR 

WILDER WINS TOP COUNTY TEACHE» TITLE 

CHEWNING STUDFNTS ON 1ST HONORS LIST 

TALKS WITH STUDENTS 

CHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. BASKETBALL 
CHEWNING CLAIMS JV TITLE 

CHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. GIRLS 
CHEWNING GIRLS KEEP WIN STREAK ALIVE 
CHEWNING CHAMPS 

CHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. TRACK 
CHEWNING CHAMPS 

CHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. VOLLEYBALL 
CHEWNING CHAMPS 

CHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. WRESTLING 
CHEWNING Champs 

CHEZ CONOORET (RESTAURANT C CABARET I 

TRIANGLE TRCATS: SOMETHING FOR EVERY TASTE 

ELEGANCE TO ACCENT RACOUET CLJB 

CABARET SHOW MAKES FyN OF wOR< 

SATIRE FIZZLES IN CABARET SOAP 

REGIONAL THEATER TO DO CHEZ CONOORET SHOWS 

CHAPEL HILL THEFT PROBED 

CAROLINA REGIONAL THEATER GOES CABARET 



H 2 12/29/82 B 1 
S 2 12/29/62 A 5 



H 2 9/09/82 A 



S 2 7/13/82 A 1 N 

S 2 10/23/82 A 1 N M23 



H 2 12/21/92 A 10 N 

H 2 9/21/92 A 3 N 

H 2 './22/82 B 2 N 

H 2 12/05/82 A 7 N 

S 2 1/27/92 A 8 N 



S 2 1/27/92 A 9 

H 2 12/05/92 A 7 

H 2 12/09/82 A 20 

S 2 12/11/82 A 4 



S 2 1/27/92 B 1 P F A15 



S 2 2/17/92 A 2 
H 2 2/27/92 A 5 



H 2 6/12/92 B 2 o N S7I 
H 2 6/13/92 e 1 P N S71 



H 1 11/17/92 B I 



S 2 5/07/92 A 12 P P C56 
S 2 5/19/82 B 1 P P R91 



H 2 10/12/92 B 1 D U 



H 2 4/12/82 3 1 N 
S 2 4/12/82 C 1 N 



H 2 9/19/92 A 9 P N 



H 2 10/31/92 A 8 P N 
S 2 11/02/82 B 1 N 



H 2 3/16/82 A 12 
H 2 4/15/82 B 2 



H 2 


5/08/82 


C 


1 





u 




H 2 


8/04/82 


A 


7 




u 




S 2 


2/10/92 


C 


6 




N 




H 2 


2/23/92 


A 


1 1 




N 




H 2 


2/24/92 


B 


1 


p 


N 


W24 


H 2 


3/23/82 


3 


1 




N 


W24 


H 2 


3/30/82 


B 


1 




N 


W24 


S 2 


3/30/82 


C 


1 




N 




S 2 


4/21/82 


C 


1 7 




N 




H 2 


5/03/82 


A 


4 




E 




S 2 


5/09/92 


A 


3 


P 


P 


C56 


S 2 


5/19/82 


C 


9 




N 




H 2 


5/21/82 


A 


4 




E 




S 2 


5/28/82 


A 


11 




N 




S 2 


6/23/82 


c 


11 




N 




S 2 


9/02/92 


c 


I 


P 


P 


R9I 


S 2 


11/19/92 





10 


P 


N 




H 2 


1/30/92 


B 


1 


P 


N 




S 2 


1/30/92 


A 


10 




N 




S 2 


12/01/92 


C 


11 




N 




S 2 


12/10/82 


A 


16 


P 


P 


R91 



S 2 2/20/82 A 9 P N 



S 2 4/24/82 A 
S 2 5/25/82 B 



S 2 5/25/92 B 
S 2 10/28/92 a 
S 2 2/05/R2 D 



9 P u C09 
3 P P M66 



3 P P M66 
3 P P M66 
3 P P R91 



H 


? 


1/01/82 


n 


1 P N 


W66 


S 


^ 


1/06/92 


( 


1 N 


58 3 


H 




1/22/82 


11 


7 U 


W6& 


H 




3/05/92 


n 


5 R 


M66 


H 




3/19/92 


D 


4 U 


W66 


S 




3/29/82 


1 


1 N 




H 




4/02/92 


U 


1 P F 


W66 



MONTHLr/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 117 
1/07/83 



I 



I 



DATE 



FLASHY 'BREL' MAKES CABARET 0? BUT 
CABARET •COWARD" TEA i; CRUMPETS 
CHEZ CONDORET CLOSES ITS OOORS 
CABARET OPTS fOR BANKRUPTCY 

CHICAGO. ILLINOIS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF CHICAGO 
ANIMAL LAWS CAN GO AWRY 
THE WINDY CITY 

CHICANOS 

SEE HISPANICS 

THE CHICKEN (FORMERLY KNOWN AS KGB CHICKEN OF SAN DIEGOI 
BATTING ORDER SWITCH BRINGS BJLL5 BENEFITS 

CHICKENS 

SEE ALSO N.C. CHICKEN COOKING CONTEST 
SEE ALSO POULTRY INDUSTRY 

THIS CHICKEN HAS 2 LEGS TO SPARE 
CHICKENS LITTLE 

HERE'S ONE DANCER WITH 'BIRO LEGS- 
HEN ESCAPES OVEN. -ANO STARDOM, TOO 
CHICKEN RECIPES ARE TASTY, SIMPLE 
510 WORTH OF REGULAR, CHICKEN ANO POPCORN? 
CHICKENS ARE MAN'S CASH CROP 

CHICOD CREEK WATERSHED PROJECT 
SEE ALSO WATER RESOURCES, N.C. 

CHICOD CREEK PROJECT'S IMPACT NOT DETERMINED 

CHILD ABANDONMENT 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE. DURHAM 

NEWBORN BABY FOUND LEFT IN CHARLOTTE GARBAGE BIN 
COUSIN: SHAME BROUGHT GIRL TO ABANDON CHILD 
BABY GOES TO MOTHER'S COUSINS 

CHILD ABUSE. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BATTERED WOMEN 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABANDONMENT 

SEE ALSn CHILD MOLESTATION 

SEE ALSO CHILD NEGLECT 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN. MURDER 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 

SEE ALSO MURDER. U.S. 

SEE ALSO PARENTS ANONYMOUS 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

LOVE: ADOPTION BATTLE FOR FOSTER CHILDREN 

CHILD ABUSE. N.C. 

SEE ALSO PATTERED WOMEN 

SEE ALSO BUSH MEDIA WORKSHOP ON CHILDREN AND FAMILIES 

SEE ALSO CHILD NEGLECT 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO MURDER. U.S. 

SFE ALSO N.C. CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE 

SEE ALSO PARENTS ANONYMOUS 

PARENTS SENTENCED IN CHILD'S lEATH H 2 

MOTHER FACES MURDER CHARGE IN GIRL'S DEATH H 2 

CHILD ABUSE TAKES HEAVY TOLL H 2 

PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE IS PROCLAIMED THEME OF THE WEEK S 2 

COURT SAYS PARENTS LIABLE IF THEY DON'T TRY TO HALT ASSAULTS H 2 

TEEN CHARGED WITH CHILD ABUSE H 2 

CHILD BITTEN BY HUMANS H 2 

WOMAN CONVICTED OF CHILD ABUSE H 2 

CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 

SEE ALSO BATTERED WOMEN 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHILD MOLESTATION 

SEE ALSO CHILD NEGLECT 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN. MURDER 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 

SEE ALSO MURDER. U.S. 

SEE ALSO PARENTS ANONYMOUS 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

CHILD ABUSE - PEDIATRICIAN SEES LINK WITH UNEMPLOYMENT H 2 

JOBLESSNESS SPAWNS ABUSE S 2 

PROFESSOR'S TEST MAY HELP IDENTIFY CHILD ABUSERS H 2 

CHILD ACTORS AND ACTRESSES 
SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 

YOUNG ACTOR KNOWS HIS CRAFT 

CHILD ADVOCACY 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S ADVOCACY COUNCIL ON CHILDREN ANO YOUTH 
LIFE-TERM INMATE JOINS CHILD ADVOCACY GROUP 

CHILD ADVOCACY COMMISSION 

CUTS MAY FORCE 'DESPERATE CHOICES' 
1 AGENCIES SEEK COUNTY FUNDS 
9 AGENCIES SEEK 1200,000 
NON-CITY FUNDING MAY BE CUT 
COMMISSION SEEKING DIRECTOR 
TRUANTS LIKELY TO BE DROPOUTS 
RANKIN HEADS PANEL 

CHILD AND PARENT SERVICES 

TRAINING OFFERED TO PREVENT CHILD ABUSE 

GRANT SAVES PARENTS' GROUP 

PARENTING SEMINAR OFFERS TRAINING FOR A TOUGH JOB 

COUNTY BUDGET REQUESTS END 

SCHOOLS MAKE COUNTY BUDGET REQUESTS 

DISCUSS PLANS 

CHILD CARE 

SEE ALSO AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY OEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES. SUMMER DAY CARE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM DAY CARE COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO RESPITE CARE 

MALLS NOT FOR 'DAY CARE' 

BOARD SELECTS KNIGHT 

SCHOOLS TO OFFER CHILD CARE 

CHILD CARE CENTERS 

SEE ALSO CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM DAY CARE COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO DURHAM NURSERY SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO GROUP CHILD CARE CONSULTANT SERVICES 
PARENTS DON'T TAKE ADVANTAGE 3F TAX CREDITS 



2 './09/82 D 

2 5/07/82 D 

2 5/18/82 C 

2 5/29/82 A 



2 8/30/82 
2 11/11/82 



R W66 
R W60 
N W66 



E 

T R56 



H 2 5/30/32 B 1 P N M71 



10/02/82 a 

5/25/82 B 

6/29/82 B 

7/25/82 A 

8/05/82 C 

9/17/82 B 

12/08/82 A 



5 
1 
1 

13 
1 
I 

15 



C56 
G3 3 



H 2 5/18/82 A 



2 9/25/82 A 5 
2 10/10/82 A 20 
2 11/03/82 B 5 



H 2 2/07/82 A 1 F V05 



1/22/82 

5/30/82 

6/03/82 

6/07/82 

8/05/82 

10/03/82 

10/l'./82 

10/30/82 



4 

1 

19 

10 

23 

5 



3/2-^/82 
5/13/82 
6/27/82 



6 
1<> 



S 2 <./15/82 D 3 P F B7I 



H 2 1/15/82 B 1 



s 


2 


3/11/82 


A 


4 


1 




s 


? 


',/27/82 


(. 


1 


N 




H 


2 


<./28/82 


H 


1 


N 


HHI 


s 


? 


5/21/82 


C. 


1 


N 


K90 


s 


7 


6/16/82 


B 


1 


N 


( <./ 


s 


2 


10/25/82 


1 


1 


N 


FOS 


s 


2 


10/25/82 


C 


1 


N 


t05 


s 


2 


1/21/82 


R 


^ 


N 




s 


? 


2/01/82 


1, 


1 


N 


IIDH 


s 


/ 


3/19/82 


H 


1 


P F 


JU6 


s 


/ 


5/17/82 


r 


1 


N 


Fin 


H 




5/18/82 


A 


1 n 


N 


881 


s 


2 


7/09/82 


c 


6 


P P 


RVl 



S 2 2/23/82 A <, E 

S 2 7/01/82 C 1 N F3D 

H 2 8/17/82 A 7 N 



H 2 1/01/82 S 2 P F 330 



MONTHLY/A 



I N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/33 



SUBJECTS 



SPACE CUTS 



»"l;;i5SlTl?fo^^^gSJc%1iT^"^^- ^"^ 

DAY CARE GUIOANci AVAILABLE 

'•"'tL'^^''?n'^l'*^ERS. CHURCH OPERATED 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 

i^v:m)^Mmj^'^ -^-^^-^ -rt 

RELIGION NOT THE ISSUF 

^^^:m c^|F-°- -*-*^?"°l- -ht 

'"'^°c^5r1h^c^^.1??2l^'SISo^^?S?|?e"'?^."^^^ 

8'r^JSi JSl^^I Ulini° '°'° '° s5?^E.E COURT 
CHILDREN NEED PROTECTION 

CHILO CUSTODY 

SEE ALSO DIVORCE 

SEE ACS'? FAMILY STRUCTURE 

R^CME^fe^ulLc^^lTiN^ISD'"""^ ''' '8SENT PARENT 

s?^:ss^i^^„^g-?,|ou=^^:?Nj3^i^ygj^ir-BAND 

Child "olestation 

SEE also Child a 

see also Child a 

SEE ALSO Child j 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL 
■^'N ACCUSED DC 
BONO SET AT SI 
CONVICTED ATTA 
AIR FORCE SERG 
STUDENT GETS P 
"AN SENTENCED 
SEMANTICS TRIO 
DURHAM YOUTH C 

TEEN Charged w 

TEEN FACES 3 C 
EX-TEAChER hn 
FORMER TEACHER 
FOR WOMEN. Raw 

grand jury INO 
minister, 80. 

HER REACTION w 
FORMER CANDIDA 
DAY-CARE CENTE 
MAUER FACES AS 
FORMER CANDIDA 
MAUER ENTERS 4 



BUSE. DURHAM 
BUSE. N.C. 
BUSE, U.S. 
ASSAULTS 

SEXUAL CRIMES 
00,000 



GIVEN TERM 



IN ASSAULTS 

JUDGE 
HARCED WITH ASSAULT 

rITH ASSAULT 
HARGES 
TRIAL AGAIN 

AT CENTER CONVICTED 

OEAL CONTINUFS 
i^Jlc-?;"°"5E PARENT 
FACES SEX CHARGE 
AS JUST 
:TE ACCUSED OF ASSAULT 
R INVESTIGATED 

SAuLT Charges 

luILTi'^J^iAi" ""'"^ """T^ 



CHILD NEGLECT 

III fMS fSJ.'-2 »BUSe, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CHILO ABUSE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO Child abuse* utsl 

UNATTENDED KIDS LEFT EACH DAY IN N.C. 



HALLS 



CHILD PORNOGRAPHY 

SEE ALSO PORNOGRAPHY 
?n2Ii5IJ''''^ CHILDREN 

l??iTT!r y?,^!^'' PORNOGRAPHY LAW 
FIGHTING 'KIDDIE PORN- 

^ilTif^U,^. O'OECTOP SENTENCED 
CHILD REARING 

111 tti§ ^;^EUr't2ss°° """T'o" 

SJof.","^"*'^ 3UY AFFECTION, SE-URITY 

rifrnoiJ^r?!'-'^ MOTHERHOOD 
CHILDREN GROW UP — AND PULL AWAY 



CHILD RESTR 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
DURHAM 
INFANT 
WARREN 
SAFETY 
OFFICI 
CAMPAI 
CHILD 
CHILD 
CHILD 
PREVEN 
SAFETY 
CHILO 
SEAT B 



UNT 

INFA 

SEAT 

ASSO 

SEAT 

C3UN 

PROG 

ALS U 

GN IS 

SAFET 

SAFET 

SAFET 

TION 

SEAT 
SAFET 
ELTS 



SEATS 

■'JfSAFETY SEAT LOANER PROGRAM 

's'"E°LoIJe'o^' INFANT-SEAT LOAN PROGRAM 

'PAM'SELCoiF'""-"-"- STRAINT DEVICES 

"5fcyol^'"'^'^""-° RESTRAINTS 
Y^;iri?,f ^"['JHILDREN.S CAR SEATS 

y: BUCKLING UP BECoSeS STATE LAW 

Y LAW TO TAKE EFFECT JULY 1 

IS KEY IN Child safety la, 

S SELLING BRISKLY 

Y SEAT USE INCREASING 
COULD HAVE SAVED 3 OUT OF 4 



PAGE 113 
1/07/83 



S 

E 

C PG 



S 2 2/20/82 A 3 


N 




H 2 3/06/82 A 5 


h^ 


«23 
H23 


H 2 3/17/82 A 13 


N 


S 2 3/17/82 C 1 


u 


*123 


H 2 3/lS/a2 3 5 


N 


*^23 


S 2 3/18/82 A 11 


N 




S 2 3/23/82 A I 


N 




H 2 <»/2S/82 B : 


N 


361 


S 2 it/29/Hz Q 


N 


F30 


S 2 5/OV92 3 


N 


K90 


H 2 5/22/82 A 5 


N 




H 2 5/26/82 A 7 


N 




S 2 Q/O^/02 c 1 


N 




H 2 7/l3/«12 A 12 


N 




H 2 7/22/82 e 1 


N 




S 2 7/2^/82 A I 


L 




\\ 2 8/iq/82 A 14 


M 




H 2 10/26/32 A e. 


L 




H 2 10/30/82 A 7 


F 


A20 


H 2 11/19/92 C 5 


M 




H 2 12/12/82 A 4 


N 




H 2 12/17/82 B b 


N 


046 


H 2 12/18/82 A 10 


H 




^ 2 l/l<'/82 A 1 1 


N 




:* 2 1/21/82 A 10 


N 




5 2 1/29/82 A I 


f 




2 3/17/82 A 4 


E 




2 4/28/82 A 1 


f4 




^ 2 4/29/82 A 1 


hi 




2 4/30/82 A 4 


E 




2 1/19/82 A U 


H 




2 1/21/82 A 10 


N 




2 1/29/82 A 6 


N 




2 1/29/82 A 4 


E 




2 4/23/82 A 1 


N 




2 4/29/32 A 1 


N 




2 4/30/82 A 4 


e 




2 1/03/82 C 1 


F Bni 


2 1/17/82 4 


e 




2 5/01/32 A 1 


N 




2 5/02/82 A 12 


N 




1 7/21/82 B I 


s 




2 9/03/82 A 12 


N 





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H 


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7 


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? 


H 


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H 


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10 



1/11/82 
1/12/82 
2/20/82 

3/16/82 
3/16/82 
3/22/82 
4/20/'(2 B 12 
5/13/92 C 
5/13/82 A 
5/22/82 A 
5/26/82 A 
6/13/82 D 
5/01/82 B 
9/04/82 A 

11/08/82 A 

11/10/82 3 

12/12/82 A 

12/14/02 C 

12/15/82 A 

12/17/82 B 



1 

7 


N 
N 


H 


N 


11 


N 


4 


F 


2 


N 


8 


N 


3 


N 


5 


N 



H 2 2/14/82 10 



4/2'>/82 

7/03/82 

7/15/82 

9/00/82 

9/10/82 

12/14/82 

12/15/82 

12/18/82 

12/10/82 

12/21/82 



11 
13 
10 



2/19/82 A 
3/19/82 B 
4/13/82 B 
7/25/82 E 
7/25/82 E 
7/25/82 E 
10/27/82 A 



4 


L 


I P 


F J06 




N *15 


1 U 


F B30 




F B30 




F B3C 



1/04/82 C 
1/05/82 A 
1/06/82 B 
l/Oa/82 A 
3/25/82 C 
3/26/82 A 
5/11/82 C 
6/18/82 9 
6/21/82 A 
6/29/82 A 
7/15/82 A 
7/20/82 A 
S/23/82 A 



3 


N 


6 


N 


1 


N 


4 


F 


2 


N 


8 


N 


1 


N 


1 P 


F 


13 


N 


4 


F 


16 P 


N 



MONTHLV/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 119 
1/07/83 



ORANGE AGENCIES LEND SAFETY SEATS AT BARGAIN 

REP. MILLER DUE GRATITUDE 

HELP THE PROGRAM 

GRANVILLE HOSPITAL SENDS INFANTS HOME SAFELY 

CHILD SAFETY RESTRAINT LAW IS WORKING. STUDY REVEALS 

CHILD SEATS EARN DEEP 

REASONS CITED FOR DECLINE OF 'J.C. S.C. TRAFFIC DEATHS 

CHILD SAFETY 

SEE ALSO SAFETY 

CHILD SAFETY LAW WINS MILLER AWARD 
PREVENTION IS KEY IN CHILD SAFETY LAW 
CAUTION URGED FOR HALLOWEEN 
CHRISTMAS DAY ISN'T WHAT MOM EXPECTS 

CHILD SELLING 

THEY GAVE UP THEIR CHILDREN 

CHILD SUPPORT 



N E 
P D 


DATE 


S 
E 

C 


PG 


I 
L 
L 


T 
Y 
P 


BYL 


S 2 
H 2 
S 2 

H 1 

n 

H 2 


9/01/82 

9/2<./82 

9/24/82 

9/23/82 

12/11/82 

12/20/S2 

12/31/92 


E 

A 
C 
B 
A 
A 
A 


1 

6 
1 
3 

6 


P 


N 
L 
P 

N 
N 
E 
N 


M23 

S76 

H60 


S 2 
5 2 
H 1 
H 2 


5/11/82 

6/29/82 

10/30/82 

12/2*/B2 


c 

A 

c 

3 


1 

1 

2 


p 


N 
E 

N 

F 


M95 



H 2 6/29/82 A 4 



ILD SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY OEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES. 
SEE ALSO PATERNITY SUITS 

HUGH COLE'S JOB IS TRACKING T^ E ABSENT PARENT 
RULING BY JUDGE GALLOWAY OVERTURNED 
CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS PROGRA'* SAID SUCCESSFUL 
TAX SWAP-OFF FAIR 



CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT UNIT 



I 



MOTHER CAN'T GET SUPPORT FROM FATHES 
WOMAN LOSES SUIT ON WITNESS RELOCATION 
EMERGENCY ENERGY MONEY RUNS OJ T AGAIN 
STATE WANTS CHILD PAYMENTS 

CHILD WATCH 

BETTER USE OF JUVENILE CENTERS URGED 

LIFE-TERM INMATE JOINS CHILD ADVOCACY GROUP 

HOSTAGE FOCUS OF STORY 

PANEL TOLD IMPROVEMENTS NEEDED IN TREATMENT OF DISTURBED CHILDREN 

CHILD APUSE GROUP RECEIVES $7,500 GIFT 

STATE LOTTERY PROPOSED BY GROJP 

CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO ABORTION 

SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO BIRTHS. ILLEGITIMATE 

SEE ALSO CESAREAN SECTIONS 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM FAMILY BIRTH CENTER 

SEE ALSO CHILDLESS COUPLES 

SEE ALSO CONCEPTION 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. OBSTETR IC S-GYNECOLOGY 

SEE ALSO FETUSES 

SEE ALSO MIDWIFERY 

SEE ALSO PLANNED PARENTHOOD 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SEE ALSO THE WHOLE BIRTH CATALOGUE 

1ST BABY OF YEAR 

NEW YEAR'S BABY 

PARKWOOD COUPLE GET SURPRISE HOME DELIVERY 

•WHOLE BIRTH' SERIES SET 

BIRTH SERIES BEGINS TUESDAY 

TO PARENT OR NOT? THAT WAS THE QUESTION 

OISABLED WO"AN CAN GIVE BIRTH 

SURVEY GIVES PARENTS A GUIDE FOR CHOOSING OBSTETRICAL CARE 

STUDY SEEKS BEST TECHNIQUE FO^ DELIVERING BREECH BABIES 

STP STUDY OF BREECH BIRTHS PLANNED 

NEIGHPORS SHARE JOYS OF CHILDBIRTH 

BIRTH CENTERS TO OPEN IN N.C. 

CHILDLESS COUPLES 

SEE ALSO ABORTION 

SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO BIRTHS. ILLEGITIMATE 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO PLANNED PARENTHOOD 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

CHILDLESS COUPLES ENJOY KIDS. TOO. STUDY SHOWS 

TAX CREDITS FOR CHILDLESS? 

CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE 

SEE ALSO CHILD ACTORS AND ACTRESSES 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S ADVOCACY COJNCIL ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH 

SEE ALSO HOME INSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO SIAMESE TWINS 

SEE ALSO Twins 

SEE ALSO UNICEF lUNITED NATIONS CHILDREN'S FUNDI 

SEE ALSO WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH. N.C. OFFICE 

PAPER COVERS CHILDREN 

STATISTICS ON YOUTH, CHILDREN RELEASED 

DOG DAYS AND YOUNGSTERS 

CHILDREN. ACCIDENTS 

SEE ACCIDENTS. CHILDREN 

CHILDREN. ADVERTISING 

SEE CHILDREN, TELEVISION 

CHILDREN, ART 

PUPILS' ART EXHIBITED AT NCCU 

ART DISPLAY 

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS AN ENTERPRISING YOUNG MAN 

CHILDREN, CANCER 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, DISEASES 
SEE ALSO SUPPORT GROUP FOR CHILDREN AND THEIR PARENTS 

GROUP HELPS FAMILIES FACE CAN: ER FIGHT 

5-YfAR-OLD CELEBRATES CANCER-FREE CHRISTMAS AT MCDONALD HOUSE 

CHILDREN, COOKING 

LEARNING IS COOKING AT LIBRARY 

THANKSGIVING: KIDS HAVE A LOT TO BE THANKFUL FOR 

SWEET RESULTS 

CHILDREN, CRIME 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE CRIME 

CHILDREN AND JUSTICE: WHAT AGE FOR THE DOCK? 

CHILDREN, DISEASES 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, CANCER 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASESI 

SEE ALSO IMMUNIZATIONS 



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4/08/82 b 
'./28/82 A 
5/11/82 A 
8/D3/B2 B 
a/27/82 A 
9/02/82 A 
9/05/02 C 
9/17/82 A 
9/29/82 B 
lD/20/82 C 



1/0V82 B 

1/15/82 B 

3/25/82 A 

'i/11/82 A 

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SUBJECTS 



PAGE 123 
1/07/83 



SEE ALSO SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY 
SHOTS ARE JORTH THE RISK 
SOY CHOOSES DEATH OVER DIALYSIS 

KALEIDOSCOPE: A CAMP WHERE SICK KIDS OhELL ON THEIR "WELLNESS* 
FOOD ALLERGIES FOUND A FACTOR IN ECZEMA 

CHILDREN. DRUGS 

SEE ALSO TRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. N.C.. DRUG ABUSE 

HELPFUL DRUGS MAY BE HARMFUL TQ CHILDREN 



CHILDREN 

SEE AL 

SE" 

SEE AL 

OISP 

CENT 

•PAT 



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so adolescen. 
so children, 
so willie m. 
ute over wil 
er finos. h? 
tners" helps 
el hill home 
ners in psyc 
lie h> is on 
h program st 
l told iipro 
ipsally dist 
p homes open 
mply may lim 
ight or not 
ch extravaga 
icism of met 

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CHAP 
PART 
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YOUT 
PANE 
E"OT 
GOOU 
ASSE 
TO F 
CHUR 
CRIT 
BOAR 
CLAS 
MULE 
PANE 
3CAR 

CHILDREN. GIFTED 
SEE ALSO DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ELON CO 
SEE ALSO N.C. SC 
SEE ALSO PARENTS 
SEE ALSn TALENT 

PHOTOGRAPHY A 

VIOLINIST IS 

STUDIES OF DDU 

DUKE SEARCHES 

N.C. YCUNGSTER 

YEAGEP: MATH S 

VANPEoalLT'S 

program accele 
5 area student 
prodigies: 4 g 
tipsville: bra 
elon to hold g 
education: n.c 
educating the 

children. handicapped 
see also autism 

see also durham city schools. r= 
see also durham county associati 
see also durham county schools, 
see also handicapped 
see alsc heaostart 
see also learning disabilities 
see also mentally retarded 
see also public law 9<.-l<.2 
see als" special education 
see also speech pathology 
see also spina bifida 
parents ask hearing on class f 
parents must seek hearing 
high school can help hanoicapp 
7 handicapped children. public 
bus accident injures " 
special education cuts plannet' 
officer may have been speeding 
hearing for special class cont 
the real drama at the bulls" g 
leading by example 
city"s summer camps need more 
nccu grant aids handicapped 
special kind of fans 
education ruling 
needs shared by all 
head start: disadvantaged pre"" 
article: parents entitled to s 
cooperation key for hancicappe 

TFACH-IN set on PROPOSALS FOR 
•KIDS" HELP TO ACCEPT DIFFEREN 
HANDICAPPED CILDREN HEARING I 
EDUCATION OF HANDICAPPED SUBJE 
37 OPPOSE CHANGES IN EDUCATING 
SPEAKERS RAP CHANGES TO LAW FT 
SCISSORS. BLOCKS BOOST SKILLS 
'SUNSHINE EVERY DAY" IN SPITE 
EARLY TREATMENT. TEAM APPROAC-< 
R'=SEAPCH REPORT MISLEADING 
RIGHTS FOR HANDICAPPED MUST BE 
DEVICE AIDS HANDICAPPED 
CHAPEL HILL DOCTOR HELPS SANTA 



DISTUREED 
CE. EMOTIONALLY OISTURBEO 

SUICIDES 

PROGRAMS 
LIE M PROGRAM SETTLED 
LPS "WILLIE M" CHILDREN 

CHILDREN WITH PSYCHIATRIC PROBLEMS 

HELPS DI5TUR'?E0 BOYS 
Hi ATRY 

LY A YOUNGSTER WHO CAN'T MAKE IT BY HIMSELF 
ARTS NEXT MONTH 

VEMENTS NEEDED IN TREATMENT OF OISTURBED CHILDREN 
URBED CHILDRE'^: SERVICES ARE "WOEFULLY INADEQUATE" 

DESPITE OPPOSITION 
IT CONSENT AGREEMENTS 
TO FIGHT? 
NT 

HODISTS UNWARRANTED 
LAN FOR CHILDREN'S HOME 
ENTS' BEHAVIOR 
AUTHORITY" 
EGISLATION ON WILLIE 

OR VIOLENT Children 



EDUCATION CASE 



CITY SCHOOLS. GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAM 
LLEGE (COLLEGE 1 DEVELOPMENTAL GIFTED PROGRAM 
HOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS 

FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF GIFTED EDUCATION 
IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM (TIP) 
SNAP FOR THIS 5-YEAR-OLO 

VIRTUOSO AT 15 
BTFUL VALUE 
FOR NATION"S BRIGHTEST SEVENTH-GRADERS 

GETS TOP SCORE IN TALENT SEARCH 
CHOOL MAY DRAIN TOP STUDENTS 
OUNGEST PPEPARI^JG FOR DUKE 
RATES LEARNING 
5 AMONG BRIGHTEST 

IFTEO STUDENTS :)ISCOVER THAT TEACHING IS 'REWARDING' 
INY TOWN CLOSING DOWN 
IFTED CHILD SEMI NAR 

. CITED AS LEADER IN GIFTED PROGRAMS 
GIFTED 



TAROED t HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 
ON FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 
RETARDED C HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 



(Edu:ation for all handicapped children acti 



OR RETARDED PUPILS 



ED YOUTH 
SAFETY OFFICER INJURED IN WRECK 



INUES 
AME 



APPLICANTS 



CHOOLERS GET A BOOST 

EE RESEARCH RESULTS 

D 

EDUCATING HANDICAPPED 

CES 

S TUESDAY 

CT OF HEARING TONIGHT 

HANDICAPPED 
R HANDICAPPED 

OF SPINA BIFIDA 
KEY SURVIVAL GAINS 

ENFORCED 

. HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 



CHILDREN. HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN. DISEASES 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN. STATE SERVICES 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

HUNT URGES COMMITMENT TO HEALTH OF U.S. CHILDREN 

NOT GOVERNMENT BUSINESS 

CHILDREN. HYPERACTIVITY 

SEE ALSO ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER 
WHEN BEHAVIOR DOESN'T ADO UP 

CHILDREN, LEARNING 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION FOR ChILDHDOD EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. PRESCHOOL AND PRIMARY PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO LEARNING DISABILITIES 

SEE ALSO SMILE (SATURDAY MORNING IS LEARNING ENRICHMENT) 

LEARNING WITH LUNCH: E X- SUPERI NTENDENT TALKS OF EDUCATION 
S-ILE PROGRAM OFFERS CLASSES = OR YOUNGSTERS 
THERAPIST TEACHES CHILDREN THf IMPORTANCE OF SPEECH 
NCCU HAS CHILDREN"S CENTER 

CHILDREN. "ENTALLY RETARDED 
SEE CHILDREN. HANDICAPPED 
SEE LEARNING DISABILITIES 



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1 N W36 
I F L30 



MONTHLY/* 



NNUAL IMDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/32 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 121 
1/07/83 



SEE MENTALLY RETARDED 

CHILDRENi MURDER 

SEE ALSD CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 
SEE ALSO MURDER, U.S. 

TESTIMONY EXPECTED TO BEGIN NF XT WEEK IN ATLANTA SLAYINCS TRIAL 

8 BLACKS, <> JHITES CHOSEN AS JURORS FOR ATLANTA TRIAL 

JURY TOLD OF SPLASH IN WATER 

WILLIAMS' ACCOUNT SAID UNCONFIRMED 

WILLIAMS LINKED TO ATLANTA VICTIM 

AGENT TESTIFIES WILLIAMS TOLD CONFLICTING STORIES 

WITNESS TIES FIBERS TO WILLIAMS' HOME 

DECISION ON FIBERS AWAITED 

GA. JUDGE APPROVES EVIDENCE 

SURPRISE WITNESS TESTIFIES WILLIAMS LURED HIM INTO CAR 

WITNESS TIES WILLIAMS TO SINGER LATER SLAIN 

WILLIAMS IS LINKED TO SLAYING VICTIM 

EXAMINER TELLS OF STAB WOUNDS 

BLOODSTAINS LINKED TO ATLANTA VICTIMS 

PROSECUTION RESTS IN ATLANTA 'RIAL 

DEATH CAUSE CHALLENGED FOR TWO ATLANTA VICTIMS 

'JIGSAW PUZZLE' ATTACKED 

WILLIAMS' PARENTS CITED FOR CONTEMPT 

ATLANTA PROSECUTION WITNESS 'PRESSURED' TO CHANGE REPORT 

THEORY ABOUT TOSSING BODY DISPUTED IN TRIAL OF WILLIAMS 

FIBER EVIDENCE CHALLENGED 

WILLIAMS WAS HOME, FATHER SAYI 

TESTIMONY ON 'SPLASH' QUESTIOMEO 

WILLIAMS: 'I HAVEN'T KILLED ANYONE' 

ACCUSERS TRY TO BREAK WILLIAMS 

WILLIAMS CALLS PROSECUTOR 'FOOL' AS DEFENSE RESTS 

JURORS LAUNCH STUDY OF CASE ASAINST WILLIAMS 

GUILTY: WILLIAMS GETS TWO L I F= TERMS IN OUICK VERDICT 

AUTHORITIES MAY CLOSE ATLANTA CASES 

ATLANTA POLICE CONFIDENT THAT THEY GOT THEIR MAN 

TWO GIRLS FOUND DEAD; MAN CHANGED 

CLINTON MAN CHARGED IN DEATHS OF TWO GIRLS 

WILLIAMS GRANTED INDIGENT STA'^US 

■IT HIT LIKE A TON OF BRICKS' 

MOTHER FACES MURDER CHARGE IN GIRL'S DEATH 

MAN SICK OF VIOLENCE KILLS SON, HIMSELF 

MURDER CHARGE DISMISSED 

MOTHER CHARGED 

JUDGE DISALLOWS WILLIAMS' MOTION 

CHILDREN. NUTRITION 

SEE ALSO NUTRITION 

SEE ALSO WOMEN INFANT AND CHILDREN PROGRAM 

DROP IN SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM PUZZLES OFFICIALS 

WHAT'S FOR LUNCH? DIETITIANS TELL HOW TO BE CREATIVE 

BEYOND PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICHES: MAKE THE LEAP 

COUNSELORS TO STUDY YOUTHS' DIET, BEHAVIOR 

CHILDREN, RETARDED 

SEE MENTALLY RETARDED 

CHILDREN, SAFETY 

SEE CHILD SAFETY 

CHILDREN, STATE SERVICES 

SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE, HEALTH CA^E 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S ADVOCACY COJNCIL ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH 

SEE ALSO PARENTAL AUTHORITY 

YOUTH AGENCIES URGE HALTS IN CUTBACKS 

YOUTH PROGRAM STARTS NEXT MONTH 

ASSEMBLY MAY LIMIT CONSENT AGREEMENTS 

AREA COUNTIES TO GET ADDITIONAL FUNDS 

STATE LOTTERY PROPOSED BY GROUP 

CHILDREN, SUICIDES 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES. 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES, 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES, 



EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 
DURHAM 
N.C. 
>S. 



SUICIDE PREVENTION IS KEY 

YOUTH SUICIDE PREVENTION STRESSED 

CHILDREN, TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION COMMERCIALS 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION VIOLENCE 

TV VIOLENCE PROMOTES AGGRESSIVE ACTS AMONG CHILDREN, REPORT SAYS 

TV VS. GOVERNMENT 

WUGH-TV EDITORIAL ON TV VIOLENCE ICARTOONl 

TV HOST TO VISIT NCCU 

'PREPLAYS' MAY HELP CHILDREN 3ETTER UNDERSTAND PROGRAMS 

CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD (PLAY) 

SCHOOL FOR DEAF BEING CONSIDERED AS SITE FOR FILM 

CHILDREN'S BOOK WEEK 
PET STEALS SHOW 
BYE-BYE BALLOON 

CHILDREN'S BOOKS 

SEE ALSO BOOKS, U.S. 
BOOK FAIR 

AUTHOR TOOK A TRIP INTO WONDERLAND - AND STAYED 
BOOKS: EARLY EXPOSURE TO THEM BENEFICIAL 
LIBRARY CAN RECOMMEND BOOKS 
FANTASY IS HER FORTE 
NCCU FRESHMAN, AUTHOR, IS LIVING "AGICAL ADVENTURE 

CHILDREN'S DENTAL HEALTH WEEK 

DENTAL HEALTH OBSERVANCE FOCUSES ON PREVENTION 

CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF N.C. 

CHILDREN'S SOCIETY GETS tl50,000 GIFT 
ADOPTION MEETING SET 

ADOPTING A CHILD MAY BE EASIER THAN YOU THINK 
CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY STARTS ANNUAL CAMPAIGN 

CHILDREN'S SERVICES NEWS 

PAPER COVERS CHILDREN 

CHILOWATCH 

SEE CHILD WATCH 

CHINA 

SEE ALSO TAIWAN 

"INSCRUTABLE, ISN'T HE?' (CARTOON) 

NIXON TRYING TO HELP STUDENT 

MAO DYNASTY VASE KNOCKED OFF 'EDESTAL (CARTOONI 

VISITORS FROM THE EAST 



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H 2 3/14/82 E 1 

S 2 9/22/82 C 1 

H 1 12/31/82 B 1 



H 


7 


2/24/82 


A 


s 


? 


4/03/82 


A 


H 


? 


6/02/92 


A 


H 


1 


8/17/82 


( 


H 


2 


9/30/82 


C 



S 2 10/26/82 B 1 
H 2 10/27/82 A 9 



S 2 5/05/82 

H 2 5/08/82 

H 2 5/08/82 

H 2 11/27/82 

H 2 12/13/82 



H 2 10/30/82 A 



S 2 11/19/82 6 
S 2 11/20/82 A 



3/06/82 A 
3/12/82 B 
4/09/82 B 
4/09/82 B 
8/15/82 E 
8/25/82 B 



S56 
A15 



4 T T R56 



P T37 
P T37 



T37 
J06 



B30 
S83 



H 2 2/07/82 A 16 P F W24 



3/12/92 B 
10/23/82 A 
10/28/82 A 
11/30/82 B 



S 2 3/12/82 C 



H 


? 


1/14/82 


A 4 T T R56 


H 


? 


1/29/82 


A 11 N 


H 


? 


4/30/82 


A 4 T T R56 


s 


2 


5/28/82 


A 10 P P R91 



«0NTHLir/4 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
U/31/82 



PAGE 122 
1/07/83 



TO STAND BY TAIWAN 



CHARLIE TWO-SHOES STILL WAITS IN CHINA 

CHINA '<eNaiR OFFERS READER WIDE VARIETY 

•GUNG HO- veteran: VERNON HAY'JOR SIGNED UC AT 16 AND WENT TC CHINA 

CHINA, DANCE 

CHIMESE DANCE COMPANY WILL PE'FGRM 

DUKE TO BE SITE OF CHINESE SO^IGS, DANCES 

TAIWAN YOUTH TO PERFORM 

IN TH? SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

CHINA, FOREIGN RELATIONS 

CHINA POLICY UPSETS HELMS 

A CHINA WATCHER: FRANK LANDING WANTS U.S. 

CHINA, FOREIGN TRADE 
SEE CHINA, TRADE 

CHINA, HEALTH CAPE 

SEE ALSO CHINA. MEDICINE 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

CHINESE MAY USE N.C. NURSING SCHOOL AS MODEL 

SCHMIDT TO MAKE CHINA TRIP 

N.C. MEDICAL LEADERS WILL VISIT CHINA 

CHINA, MEDICINE 

SEE ALSO CHINA, HEALTH CARE 
SEE ALSO FOLK MEDICINE 

N.C. MEDICAL LEADERS WILL VISIT CHINA 

CHINA. TEXTILES 

SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY, IMPORTS 
TEXTILE IMPORTS 

CONGRESSMEN URGE CHINESE TEXTILE QUOTAS 
HELMS SAYS CHINA'S TEXTILE IMPORTS 'EATING US ALIVE' 

CHINA, TRADE 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 

CHINA STRIKES DEAL FOR PORK 
CHINA CAUTIOUS ABOUT U.S. TRADE. 



BANK OFFICIAL SAYS 



CHINESE COOKING 

SEE ALSO COOKING SCHOOLS 

FAMILY IS FIRST; BUSINESS SECOND 
WOK NEXT FOR VISITING CHINESE RESEARCHER. . . 
CHINESE COOKS CAN DO A LOT WITH VERY LITTLE 
THEY OON'T GO OUT FOR CHINESE MEAL 

CHINCUA-PENN PLANTATION HOUSE (NEA5 REIDSVILLE, N.C.I 
POINSETTIAS SIGNAL HOLIDAYS 
DECORATING CMINQUA-PENN 

CHIROPRACTORS 

SFE ALSO N.C. CHIROPRACTIC ASSOCIATION 

CHIROPRACTORS, DOCTORS AT ODOS OVER REGULATIONS 
CHIOOPRACTOR MEASURE DEBATED 

CHOCOLATE 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

COOKBOOK AUTHOR FANCIES SWEET SUCCESS 

TRY A TASTE OF THE GOOD LIFE 

BROWN IS BEAUTIFUL 

OLNEY'S BOOK IS 'FUN AND INFORMATIVE' 

FHOKING 

see accidents. choking 
see heimlich maneuver 

cholesterol 

see also fats „ 

unc studies: more book learnijg may be a boon to your diet, 
dietary study said political 
ouke doctors advocate restricting cholesterol 
two duke profs: reducing cholesterol still makes sense 

Chore workers 

sfe chore idurham county dept. :f social services! (acronym) 

chowan college 

student drowns at college pool 
two students get chowan degrees 

chowan river 

winter rains helped, hurt chowan river 
firm agrees to control nutrient flow 

ch^ismons 

see also christmas decorations 
lighting chrismon tree highlight of holiday 

chr i5tian academies 

see council christian academy 
see private schools 

christian action league 

ex-govs. to fight four-year terms 

league asks hunt to appoint panel 

privette, league launch anti-pornography effort 

rufus edmisten advocates pornography crackdown 

legislative panel discusses a>1 ti pornography provision 

porn laws said weak 

christian day care centers 
see child care centers 

chr istian help center 

person center aids needy 

christian science monitor inewspaperi 
industry of ideas 

christian yellow pages 

see also born-again christians 

firm proposes 'born-again' dhectory 

christianity 

see also religion 

moral dilemma - prof: pluralism heart of problem 
faith the key 

christie's (london) 

see also art auctions 
anti(3ue appraisal day slated 

chr istma5 

see also christmas. durham 

see also christmas parades, dur^am 



S 
E 
C PG 



S 2 6/26/'?2 A 2", 

H 2 8/2''/92 D 1 

H 2 11/21/82 C I 

H 2 2/02/82 A 7 

S 2 10/07/82 C 2 

S 2 10/07/82 12 

H 2 10/08/82 D 6 



S 2 
H 2 



1/13/82 A 1<. N 
5/20/82 C 1 U H<,9 



S 2 8/04/82 D 4 
S 2 7/05/82 A 5 
H 2 7/10/82 A 5 



H 2 7/10/82 A 



8/03/62 B 

3/04/82 B 

12/12/62 A 



4/20/62 B 12 N 
7/11/82 A 12 N 



H 2 1/24/62 9 P F A20 

S 2 3/04/92 8 1 F 

H 2 6/10/92 C 1 P F H45 

H 2 12/02/82 C 1 P F M95 



S 2 11/26/82 B 1 P P 
H 2 11/29/62 E 13 P P 



6/01/62 A 13 
6/09/82 B 6 



H 2 10/14/92 C 1 

H 2 10/14/82 C 1 

H 2 10/17/82 A 14 

S 2 lD/20/92 9 2 



F H4 5 
F H45 



H 2 1/04/92 9 S N 

H 2 1/30/32 A 11 N 

H 2 6/02/62 A 14 N U24 

S 2 6/03/62 A 10 N 



H 2 5/20/82 B 3 N 
S 2 5/25/82 A 9 N 



S 2 4/05/62 A 5 
H 2 6/ID/82 C 10 



H 2 12/12/62 C 



l/Dl/62 
1/15/92 
2/17/82 
3/31/82 
4/17/82 
11/01/82 



3 
12 



H 1 7/20/82 3 1 N L30 
5 2 6/28/82 A 4 E 



H 2 3/29/82 A 



N 



H 2 2/05/82 A 8 F A20 
H 2 9/28/82 A 5 L 



S 2 10/08/82 B 1 N 



MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/32 



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HAS CHRISTMAS 2 WEEKS LATE 



ED IN STATE 

LACE 

TNER PATIENTS AGAIN 

FOR GIVING 

S OUT OF SCHOOL 

•MERCHANTS SAY 
SINGS LISTED 
L, CARRBORO GET FIVE DAYS OFF 

PROPRIATE GESTURE 

N 

ARTIST IN THE GERMAN TRADITION 

INSTITUTIONS 
E HOUSE 

TIME 
ANTA'S SLEIGH 
IN N.C. 

N.C. 
DAYS 

R RECORDS 
OLEMAN 
LDING 
MAS SURPRISE 



CHRISTMAS. SALES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO RETAIL SALES 

'TIS THE SEASON: STORES HANGHG DECORATIONS IN HOPES THAT CUSTOMERS. 

SHOPPERS FLOCK TO DURHAM STORES 

N.C. MERCHANTS SAY SHOPPERS EAGER BUT CAUTITUS 

VIDEO GAMES. COMPUTERS TOP N.C. CHRISTMAS SALES 

SELECTS A FAVORITE FACE 

DURHAM RETAILERS HOPEFUL 

HOLIDAY SHOPPING TIPS GIVEN BY N.C. OFFICIALS 

BROKE? GIVE A GIFT FROM THE IMAGINATION 

BOGUS BILLS: FOR RETAILERS, 'TIS THE SEASON TO BE CAREFUL 

TOY PRICE. ClUALITY CONCERN CO^ISUMERS 

SHOPPERS GOING FOR 'CLASSICS.' MERCHANTS SAY 

MERCHANTS: HOLIDAY SALES BRISK 



N E 
P D 



SEE ALSO MISTLETOE 

SEE ALSO NATIVITY SCENE 

SEE ALSO SANTA CLAUS 

SEE ALSO SHARE YOUR CHRISTMAS 

N.C. HISTORIC SITES OFFER YULE EVENTS 

SEVERAL N.C. COMMUNITIES PLAN SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS 

CHRISTMAS WISHES 

A REONOSED ROLLO? 

DIVINITY DEAN: HOLIDAY SURPRISES ARE GOOD 

PEACE. GOOD WILL A UNIVERSAL "ESSAGE 

CHRISTMAS IS A TIME TO HOPE. SAY THANKS 

SANTA IS LOADING SLEIGH 

CHRISTMAS. CRIME 

SEE ALSO CRIMES. DURHAM 

•STING' YIELDS FOUR ARRESTS 
HOLIDAY SHOPPERS WARNED OF CRIMES 

CHRISTMAS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO PULL DURHAM CLASSIC ( P' EP TEAM WRESTLING! 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS PARADES. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO SHARE YOUR CHRISTMAS 

COMMUNITY. MEDIA AID SALVATIO'I ARMY DRIVE 

WRAPPING SUCCESS 

CHRISTMAS GENEROSITY 

YULE MAIL PLANS GIVEN 

'TIS THE SEASON: STORES HANGING DECORATIONS IN HOPES THAT CUSTOMERS... 

CHRISTMAS REFLECTIONS IN DURHAM 

SEASON BRINGS BACK OLD TIMES 

WRAPPING UP CHRISTMAS 

TRUCKERS FOR KIDS 

SCENES OF THE SEASON 

WHEN THE NORTH POLE COMES TO; SANTA'S LOCAL HELPERS TAKE JOBS SERIOUSLY 

SET THE STAGE FOR HOLIDAY ENTERTAINING 

LIGHT UP. DURHAM 

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS BEGIN TOMORROW 

SCHOOL IS OUT TODAY 

DUKE CHAPEL PLANS CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE 

A SEASONAL SERENADE 

HOLIDAY SHOPPERS WARNED OF CRIMES 

SHARING CHRISTMAS SPIRIT 

WHAT SANTA BROUGHT 

1770 CHRISTMAS COMES SACK TO LIFE AT TRYON PALACE 

HOLIDAY SPIRIT 

CHRISTMAS PAST: WEDDINGS AND JAR 

ON KEEPING CHRISTMAS ALL YEAR LONG 

DURHAM WORKERS GET TIME OFF 

HOLIDAYS: DURHAM CITY. COUNTY OFFICES CLOSED FRIDAY. MONDAY... 

SANTA'S TURN 

SERVICES WON'T BE SHOWN 

A COUNTRY CHRISTMAS... 

CHRISTMAS MEMORIES 

CHRISTMAS EVE 

CHRISTMAS DAY ISN'T WHAT MOM EXPECTS 

NO PAPER TOMORROW 

LOVE, GIFTS SEND SANTA TO MURDOCH 

MUSIC. ACTIVITIES CHEER HOLIDAY HOSPITAL PATIENTS 

FACES OF CHRISTMAS 

MERRY CHRISTMAS 

REASON TO HURRY — THERE'S CHRISTMAS TO BE SHARED 

LITTLE T'S CHRISTMAS 

CHRIST IS BORN 

MAY YOU BE HAPPY 

VISIT WITH SANTA 

THIS MORNING, SPIRIT OF HOPE 

THE GIFT THEY WANT IS FAMILY'S FREEDOM 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: CHRISTMAS SURPRISE 

A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL OUR HEADERS FROM THE HERALD STAFF 

ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING WOUNDS 3-YEAR-OLD 

A WARM AND HAPPY CHRISTMAS 

'TWAS NO COOL YULE 

CHRISTMAS, DURHAM. DEPRESSION 

SEE ALSO CHRIST"AS. U.S.. DEPRESSION 
SEE ALSO DEPRESSION (EMOTIONAL STATE) 
SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 

HOLIDAY BLUES BEGIN AS SEASON WINDS DOWN 
HANDLING "HOLIDAY BLUES' IS F3CUS OF WORKSHOP 

CHRISTMAS, N.C. 

BELATED CHRISTMAS 
OLD CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION 
GIRL. ID. INJURED IN ACCIDENT 
WATCH OUT FOR HOLIDAY HAZARDS 
DECORATING CHINQUA-PENN 
TAR HEELS GET CHRISTMAS SPIRIT 
A MOST OF HOLIDAY EVENTS PLANN 
OLD TIME TREE AT AYCOCK BIRTHP 
SANTA CLAUS 'OPERATING' FOR BU 
UMSTEAO PATIENTS GET YULE GLOW 
AREA FOLKS RESPONDING TO TIME 
PRINCIPAL RULES NATIVITY SCENE 
SHOPPERS GOING FDR 'CLASSICS,' 
UNC STUDENTS LEAVE. ORANGE CLO 
...AND EMPLOYEES OF CHAPEL HIL 
WALKING ON EGGSHELLS 
REMOVAL OF PLANETARIUM STAR AP 
RELIGIOUS SYMBOLS SHOULD REMAI 
PROFESSOR IS CHRISTMAS BAKING 
CHRISTMAS ALSO COMES TO BUTNE1 
VICTORIAN CHRISTMAS AT BILIMOl 
SOME FEEL DESPAIR AT CHRISTMAS 
BREWSTER THE ROOSTER 'PULLS' S 
HOLIDAY MAIL AT RECORD LEVELS 
SPIRIT OF GIVING AIDS NEEDY IN 
520 INMATES SENT HOME FOR HOLI 
BALMY HOLIDAY TEMPERATURES NEA 
'KILL MOMMY' DOLL FOUND IN R A^ 
THREE KILLED IN CRASH INTO BUI 
GUILFORD SHERIFF GETS A CHRIST 



S 

E 

C PG 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



H 


? 


11/26/92 


D 


c, 


N 


H 


/ 


11/27/82 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 


7 


12/22/92 


A 


4 


L 


H 


? 


12/2<./92 


A 


4 


E 


S 


? 


12/24/82 


A 


1 


N K90 


S 


? 


12/2<./82 


A 


4 


E 


s 


7 


12/24/92 


A 


4 


F 


s 


2 


12/2<./82 


L 


1 


F E05 


H 


7 


1/02/82 


A 


n 


N 


s 


2 


12/18/82 


A 


1 


P N F30 



S 


2 


1/01/82 


A 






L 




H 


2 


1/21/92 


A 






L 




M 


2 


1/21/82 


A 






L 




s 


2 


11/20/82 


A 






N 


Sd3 


H 


2 


11/21/82 


D 


10 


P 


F 


L41 


H 


2 


12/02/92 


8 




P 


P 


R91 


H 


2 


12/03/92 


D 




P 


N 




s 


2 


12/04/82 


A 




p 


P 


R91 


s 


2 


12/11/82 


A 




P 


P 


C56 


H 


2 


12/12/82 


C 




p 


P 


S76 


H 


2 


12/12/82 


E 




p 


F 


H45 


S 


2 


12/18/82 


C 




P 


F 


A15 


H 


2 


12/16/82 


A 






L 




s 


2 


12/16/82 


c 






N 




H 


2 


12/17/82 


A 


12 




N 




H 


2 


12/18/82 


A 






N 




H 


2 


12/18/92 


B 




P 


P 


T37 


s 


2 


12/18/82 


A 




P 


N 


F30 


s 


2 


12/18/82 


A 




P 


P 


T37 


s 


2 


12/18/82 


A 




p 


P 


M56 


s 


2 


12/19/82 


A 




P 


F 




s 


2 


12/18/82 


A 


15 


P 


P 


S76 


H 


2 


12/19/82 


C 




P 


U 


L57 


H 


2 


12/19/82 









u 


H55 


s 




12/20/82 


C 






N 


S83 


H 




12/21/82 


B 






N 




H 


2 


12/21/82 


8 




P 


P 


T37 


H 


2 


12/23/82 


A 






L 




s 


2 


12/23/92 


D 




P 


F 


87 1 


s 


2 


12/23/82 







P 


F 


B71 


H 




12/24/82 


A 






E 




H 


2 


12/24/92 


B 




P 


F 


M95 


s 


2 


12/24/82 


A 






N 




s 


2 


12/24/82 


A 






L 






2 


2/24/82 


A 




p 


F 


J06 


5 


2 


2/24/82 


C 




P 


P 


C56 


s 


2 


2/24/82 


C 




P 


P 


C56 


H 


2 


2/25/92 


A 






G 


930 


H 


2 


2/25/82 


A 




P 


P 


M66 


H 


2 


12/25/82 


A 






E 




H 


2 


12/25/92 


A 






E 




H 


2 


12/25/82 


A 




P 


p 


C56 


H 


2 


2/25/82 


A 






F 


A20 


H 


2 


2/25/92 


B 




p 


F 


BBl 


H 


2 


2/25/92 


a 






U 




H 


2 


12/25/82 


3 




D 


F 




H 




12/26/92 


A 






N 


S51 


H 


2 


12/26/92 


A 


25 


p 


P 


T37 


H 


2 


12/27/82 


A 


I 




N 





S 2 


1/06/82 


A 






F 




S 2 


11/15/82 


B 




p 


N 


A15 


H 2 


1/04/82 


B 




P 


P 


M66 


S 2 


1/07/82 


D 




P 


F 


B71 


H 2 


1/09/82 


A 






N 




H 2 


11/28/82 


A 


21 




N 




H 2 


11/28/92 


E 


13 


p 


P 




S 2 


12/01/82 


C 






N 




S 2 


12/02/92 


D 


11 


P 


N 




H 2 


12/03/82 







P 


P 




H 2 


12/04/82 


C 






F 


L30 


S 2 


12/04/82 


A 






N 


M23 


H 1 


12/10/92 


3 






F 


L30 


H 2 


12/17/82 


C 






N 




H 2 


12/20/82 


B 






N 




S 2 


12/20/82 


A 






N 


B46 


H 2 


12/21/82 


B 






N 




H 2 


12/22/82 


A 






E 




S 2 


2/22/92 


A 






c 




S 2 


2/22/82 


A 






L 




S 2 


2/22/82 


B 




P 


F 




H 2 


12/23/82 


B 






F 


L30 


S 2 


12/23/92 


D 






N 




H 2 


12/24/82 


A 






L 




H 2 


12/25/82 


A 


12 


p 


F 




H 2 


12/25/82 


A 


12 




N 




H 2 


12/25/92 


a 






N 




H 2 


12/25/82 


B 






N 




H 2 


12/26/82 


A 




p 


N 




H 2 


12/26/82 


A 


1 7 




N 




H 2 


12/26/82 


C 


2 




N 




H 2 


12/26/82 


c 


3 




N 





H 


7 


11/21/82 





10 


P 


F 


141 


S 


/ 


11/26/82 


A 






N 


F0 5 


H 


/ 


11/27/B2 


f. 


1 4 




N 




s 


7 


11/27/82 


A 






N 




s 


7 


11/27/82 


A 




P 


P 


M66 


s 


/ 


12/02/82 


A 






N 


sa3 


s 


7 


12/06/82 


A 






N 




s 


7 


12/08/92 


H 




P 


F 


X47 


H 




12/09/82 


H 






N 


1 30 


s 


7 


12/13/82 


A 






N 


sa3 


H 


7 


12/20/92 


R 


6 




N 




H 


2 


12/24/82 


A 


1 




N 


L41 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



DURHAM AREA MERCHANTS REPORT 3000 SALES TODAY 

CHECKING SALES 

N.C. STORES REPORT BUSINESS IS BRISK 

ONLY 362 DAYS UNTIL... 

CHRISTMAS. THE'=TS 

EVERY CUSTOMER PAYS 

CHRISTMAS. U.S. 

THE SPIRIT OF GIVING 
CHRISTMAS FAVORITES LISTED 

CHRISTMAS. U.S.. DEPRESSION 

SEE ALSO DEPRESSION (EMOTIONAL STATS) 
HOLIDAY STRESS TOPIC FOR OUKE WORKSHOP 
THE HAPPY MAJORITY 

CHRISTMAS CANDLELIGHT TOUR OF HISTORIC HOMES IN CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO HOUSE TOURS 

CANDLELIGHT HOME TOUR PLANNED 
HOLIDAY TOUR DEC. 11. 12 
ECCLESIASTICAL NEEDLEWORK TO 3E SHOWN 
HOME WITH A HISTORY 

CHRISTMAS CARDS 

A SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CARD 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: CHRISTMAS SPIRIT 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL I BOOK AND PLAYI 

IT'S CHRISTMAS CAROL TIME AGAIN! 

MUSICAL TO BE PRESENTED 

'A TWIST OF SCROOGE" PERFORMET SUNDAY 

UNC "CHRISTMAS CAROL"'" SEASONAL SPOOK SHOW 

rHRIST"AS CAROLS 

SINGING IN THE SEASON 

CHR ISTXAS CHEEP 

CHRISTMAS CHEER PROGRAM OPENS 

CHOIST-AS DECORATIONS 
SEE ALSO CHRISMONS 
SEE ALSO CRAFTS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. CHRISTMAS TREE 

GET CRAFTY BEFORE CHRISTMAS 

GET 3ACK TO NATURE FOR THIS h:LIOAY SEASON 

FESTIVE: KEELS GO ALL OUT WIT-f DECORATIONS 

LIGHT UP. DURHAM 

TPAIN WINS CONTEST 

DECKING THE HALLS 

FOR THE KIDS 

CHRISTMAS GIFTS 
SEE ALSO GIFTS 
SEE ALSO TOYS 
WRAP GIFTS 
A HANDMADE GIFT 
MAKE IT A MUSEUM CHRISTMAS 

BROKE? GIVE A GIFT FROM THE IMAGINATION 
HOLIDAY GIFTS THAT COUNT TWICE 
MONEY FOR CANCER FIGHT 
GIFT WRAPPING 
SURPRISE PACKAGE 
CHRISTMAS GIFTS 

SHOPPERS GOING FOR "CLASSICS." MERCHANTS SAY 
THE SPIRIT OF GIVING 

"DEAR SANTA, t WANT A ROLLER COASTER. AND A..." 
STOCKING STUFFING TIME IS NEAR 

CHOISTMAS HOUSE ICHAPEL HILL. N.C.I 
SANTA'S ELVES START EARLY 
TOYS FOR NEEDY CHILDREN SOUGHT; CHRISTMAS HOUSE NIGHT SET 



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1/07/83 



CHRISTMAS P 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SANTA 
DURHAM 
PARADE 
YULE P 
PARADE 
"FLOAT 
PARADE 
ENTRIE 
CHRIST 
DURHAM 
PARADE 
WHERE 
PAHAOF 
EVENIN 
DUHHA " 
WHATA 
YULE P 
CHRIST 
PARADE 



ARADE5 

ChR is 
GORMA 
PARAO 

TO VIS 
YULE 
APPLI 

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CEADL 

ING 
LINEU 

S PRAC 

MAS PA 
PARAO 
TIME 

WAS SA 
6 P.M 

G CHRI 
CHR IS 

PARADE 

ARADE 

MAS IS 
PLEAS 



DURHAM 
TMAS. DURHAM 
N CHRISTMAS PARADE 
ES 

IT DURHAM NOV. 28 
PARADE TO GET NEW SPONSOR 
CATIONS ARE DUE NOV. 1 
DEADLINE NEAR 
INE TOMORROW 
WAY 

P IS COMPLETE 
TICING FOR PARADE 
RADE SET FOP TOMORROW 
E TO LAUNCH YULE SEASON SUNDAY 

NTA? 

ON THURSDAY 
STMAS PARADE SCHEDULED 
""'AS PARADE THURSDAY 

LIGHTS UP DOWNTOWN 

COMING 
ES EVERYONE 



CHRISTMAS PARADES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HENDERSON, N.C. CHRISTMAS PARADE 
SEE ALSO R0X30R0. N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 

MONCURE LEARNS LESSON: PLAN PARADES EARLY 

PARADE DEADLINE IS NOV. 15 

PARADES: PITT5B0R0 SEEKS ENTRIES 

ROXOORO PARADE SET TODAY 

SILER CITY PARADE SET TODAY 

PITTSBORO PARADE IS SUNDAY 

GOLOSTON PARADE IS TODAY 

CHOISTMAS SHOPPING 

SEE CHRISTMAS. SALES 

CHRISTMAS STAR 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL MOREHEAO PLANETARIUM 
STAR IS REMOVED FROM UNC RLDG. 
WALKING ON EGGSHELLS 

REMOVAL OF PLANETARIUM STAR APPROPRIATE GESTURE 
RFLIGIOUS SYMBOLS SHOULD REMAIN 
SOME FEEL DESPAIR AT CHRISTMAS TIME 
STAR'S MEANING IS UP TO 3EH0L3ERS 
STAR OVER MOREHEAO PLANETARIUM ICARTOONI 
THE DARKENED STAR 

CHRISTMAS TREE INDUSTRY , „r . , „ ..ro„ 

SOME CHRISTMAS TREE FARMERS SAY TOO MANY TREES ARE BEING PLANTED 

CHRISTMAS TREES 



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H 2 12/28/92 B 1 

H 2 12/06/82 A <. 



H 2 12/21/92 A <. E 

S 2 12/23/82 D 8 P U F25 



S 2 11/03/82 C II 
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S 2 11/26/82 B 1 

H 2 U/29/82 £ «. 

S 2 11/30/32 B 1 

H 2 12/05/82 E 1 



2 12/11/82 B 1 
2 l2/2'./82 B 1 



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H I 12/04/92 C 1 N 

S 2 12/09/82 D 11 N 

H 2 12/17/82 D 7 P U W66 



H 2 12/22/82 C 1 P P S76 
H 1 11/16/82 9 1 N 





11/26/82 


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2/05/82 


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2/l'./82 


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2/19/82 


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12/20/92 


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12/21/92 


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10/01/82 A 
10/12/82 B 
10/20/82 C 
11/07/82 A 
11/09/82 A 
11/17/82 C 
11/22/82 B 
11/22/82 C 
11/27/92 A 
11/27/B2 A 
11/28/92 D 
11/29/82 A 
U/29/92 C 
11/30/92 S 
12/01/92 B 
12/03/82 A 
12/03/92 6 
12/03/82 A 
12/03/82 C 



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M66 
A54 
M66 





0/14/92 


B 


F 




0/23/92 


C 


N 




1/13/92 


C 


N 




1/27/92 


B 


N 




2/04/92 


C 


N 




2/04/92 


f 


N 




12/11/92 


9 


N 



12/19/82 
12/22/92 
12/22/92 
12/22/92 
12/24/92 
12/24/82 
12/26/92 
12/30/82 



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N N U * L 
1/01/32 



INDEX 
ia/31/82 



PAGE 125 
1/07/83 



SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. CHRISTMAS TREE 

SEE ALSn TREES 

SEE ALSO WHITE HOUSE CHRISTMAS TREE 

CHASING THE BLUES FROM A COLO. WET SPRING 

FARMERS FIGHT CHRISTMAS TREE »eSTS 

CHRISTMAS TREES BEING SPRAYED 

N.C. TREE TAPPED FOR 'BS 

CHRISTMAS TREE SALE BEGINS 

SOME CHRISTMAS TREE FARMERS SAY TOO MANY TREES ARE BEING PLANTED 

TAR HEEL TREE GOES TO THE WHITE HOUSE 

YULE TREE SALES BRISK 

CHRISTMAS FIRE-SAFETY TIPS 

EDUCATORS' DELIGHT 

N.C. TRFES TO ADORN WHITE HOUSE ROOMS 

FIRST LADY HELPS TO DECORATE TREE 

COUPLE DELIVERED CHRISTMAS TREES TO WHITE HOUSE 

DECKING THE HALLS 

alG JOB 

slim pickings 

inmates pass along canadian holiday note 

close out 

have a tree: free 

chrysler corp. 

see also autos (see also names df specific autos and auto manufacturers! 
braniff grounded 
car credit not necessary 
ex-auto employee awarded j50.000 
man wins suit against chrysler 
job survival 

chuck davis dance co. 

davis tfam to lead community program 

concerts benefit jordan band 

davis dancers plan summer program 

african dance 

davis salutes the reinharts 

surprise award 

chuck davis works special brand of magic 

theater translates rites in chuck davis dances 

bimbe opens 

chuck davis. pied piper of the dance festival 

council wins arts awards 

church of chr 1st 

see united church of christ 

church of england 
welcome amity 

church of god and true holiness 

appeal rejected in church slavery case 

Church of god of prophecy 

one convicteo in church heist 

sentencing set 

maye gets 14-year term 

convicted robber on bond accused of 2 more holdups 

church of st. thomas of canterbury 
anglican body marks fifth yea? 

church of the creator 

white supremacist says he is building church in n.c. 

church of the epiphany (edeni 

history traced in eden church 

church schools 

see private schools 

Church women united 

see also women, ministers 
officers installed 

friday designated as world co"munity day 
young. old gather at greek chjrch dance 

church world service 

hunger theme of conference at chapel hill 



CHURCHES. OUR 
SEE ALSO C 
SEE ALSO N 
SEE ALSO U 
THREADGI 
CHOIR AU 
MUSLI»S 
1932 CHUi 
PILGRIM 
CHURCHES 
CHURCH W 
PRESBYTE 
SEMINAR 
TRIANGLE 
CHURCH P 
CHURCHES 
DUKE STU 
TRIANGLE 
SISTEO M 
METHODIS 
METHODIS 
CROP WAL 
TRIANGLE 
NOW EVEN 
COURSES 
BLACK CH 
TRIANGLE 
GOVERNOR 
TRIANGLE 
EVANGELI 
FORMER W 
FINALS M 
BAHA'IS 
PROF MIL 
TRIANGLE 
BIBLE CH 
INO. BIS 
38 9APTI 
TRIANGLE 
SCLC HEA 
HOLY WEE 
TRIANGLE 
HOLY WEE 
PRISON S 
EASTER S 
EASTER A 



HAM 

HURCH OF GOO AND TRU 
ORTHERN FREE WILL BA 
RBAN MINISTRIES CENT 
LLS HONORED AT GREY 
DITIONS. COURSES SCH 
TO PROTEST RELIGIOUS 
RCH ISSUES: MEMBERSH 
CHURCH WILL INSTALL 

SET SPECIAL SERVICE 
OMEN TO MEET TUESDAY 
RUN REUNION PLAN TO 
ON DEATH SCHEDULED 

CHURCHES SCHEDULE C 
EUNION: -IT'S TIME Ti 

SET SPECIAL EVENTS 
DENTS TO RAISE MONEY 

CHURCHES SCHEDULE C 
ISSIONARIES TO SERVE 
TS GIVE AWARD TO MRS 
T CHURCHES TO HOST M 
K FOR HUNGRY SCHEOUL 

CHURCHES SLATE CONC 

CHURCHES TARGETS OF 
OFFERED BY STUDY CEN 
URCH CONFERENCE SET 

CHURCHES SLATE SPEC 

S TASK FORCE GIVES 

CHURCHES SET SPECIA 
CAL LEADER TO SPEAK 
INGS DIRECTOR TO LEA 
AY CUT CHURCH ATTEND 
SCHEDULE SPRING CELE 
L SPEAK IN LECTURE S 

CHURCHES TO SCHEOUL 
URCHES: INDEPENDENTS 
HOP TO DISCUSS PEACE 
ST CHURCHES PLAN 'HE 

CHURCHES PLAN ANNIV 
WILL SPEAK IN CHAP 
K: WRITER TO GIVE DU 

CHURCHES SET PALM S 
K SERVICES SET 
EMINAR SCHEDULED 
ERVICES: NATIONAL BR 
LSO HERALDS SPRING 



E HOLINESS 

PT 1ST CHURCH 

E? 

STONE 

EOULED 

I MAGES 
I=. PEACE. POOR. PORNOGRAPHY 
NEW MINISTER SUNDAY 
S 

BE AIRED 

OMCERT, RALLY. GUEST SPEAKERS 
HONOR OUR LORD' 

FOR ST. PHILIP'S CENTER 
ONFERENCES. SPECIAL EVENTS 

IN DURHAM 
MCCUTCHEON 
ISSIONARIES 
ED ON MARCH 2 8 
E'TS. CELEBRATIONS 

CRIMINALS 
TER 

lAL SERVICES. EVENTS 
AWARD TO ST. PAUL'S 
L CELEBRATIONS 



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RVICE 

ION 

ECIAL CELEBRATIONS 

TO DURHAM FOR NEW CONGREGATIONS 
UE 

HOPE" REVIVALS 
RY CELEBRATIONS 

ECTURES; CHURCHES PLAN SERVICES 
SERVICES 



H 2 


6/28/82 


C 


1 




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S36 


S 2 


7/27/82 


A 


10 


P 


N 




H 2 


7/2<5/R2 


B 






N 




S 2 


8/12/82 


A 






N 




H 1 


11/27/82 


B 






N 




H 2 


11/30/82 


A 






N 




S 2 


12/01/32 


A 






N 




S 2 


12/06/82 


C 




P 


N 


M23 


H 2 


12/08/82 


B 




P 


N 




S 2 


12/0'3/32 


C 




p 


P 


M66 


H 2 


12/10/82 


A 




D 


N 




H 2 


12/11/32 


A 




P 


p 




H 2 


12/l<./82 


A 


15 




N 




S 2 


12/14/32 


C 




P 


P 


T37 


H 2 


12/15/82 


B 




P 


P 


T37 


S 2 


12/21/82 


B 




P 


P 


M66 


H 1 


12/22/82 


C 






N 




H 2 


12/23/82 


A 




P 


P 


M66 


H 2 


12/23/32 


A 


6 




N 




H 2 


5/17/82 


A 


4 




E 




S 2 


6/01/82 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


0/23/32 


B 


1 




N 




S 2 


10/28/82 


C 


3 




N 




H 2 


10/30/82 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


3/12/82 





4 




N 




H 2 


5/21/82 





11 




N 




H 2 


6/04/82 





12 




N 




5 2 


7/12/32 


C 


1 


P 


P 




H 2 


7/14/82 


B 


1 


P 


N 




5 2 


7/14/82 


B 


1 


P 


P 


R91 


S 2 


7/15/32 


D 


4 




R 


A15 


H 2 


7/16/82 


D 


10 




R 


L34 


S 2 


7/19/82 


C 


1 


P 


P 


S32 


H 2 


7/25/82 





1 


P 


B 


W66 


S 2 


12/18/82 


A 


3 




N 


EOS 



H 2 5/05/32 A 4 
H 2 3/12/82 a 1 



H 2 11/18/82 C 16 

S 2 11/18/32 A 14 

H 2 ll/l'3/82 A 10 

S 2 12/11/82 A I 



H 2 12/11/82 A 9 
H 2 5/25/32 A 3 
H 2 10/17/82 A 10 



N 851 
N F30 



1/21/82 B 
11/03/82 A 
11/23/82 A 



4 P P M66 



H 2 11/20/82 A 



04DCAST SET FOR CHAPEL CELEBRATION 



H 2 


1/02/82 




9 




N 


S 2 


1/02/82 




5 




N 


H 2 


10/02/82 




9 


p 


N 


H 2 


1/09/82 




8 




N A20 


H 2 


1/09/82 




9 




N 


S 2 


1/09/82 




6 




N 


S 2 


1/16/82 




6 




N 


H 2 


1/23/32 




a 




N 


H 2 


1/23/82 




9 




N 


S 2 


1/23/82 




6 




N 


H 2 


1/30/82 




9 




F A20 


S 2 


1/30/82 




6 




N 


H 2 


2/06/82 




9 


p 


N 


S 2 


2/06/32 




6 




N 


S 2 


2/06/32 




6 


p 


N 


H 2 


2/13/32 




11 


P 


N 


S 2 


2/13/82 




6 


p 


N 


H 2 


2/20/32 




9 




N 


5 2 


2/20/32 




6 




N 


H 2 


2/22/82 




4 




E 


H 2 


2/27/82 




8 


p 


N 


H 2 


2/27/32 




9 




N 


S 2 


2/27/32 




6 




N 


H 2 


3/06/32 




7 




N 


S 2 


3/06/82 




6 




N 


H 2 


3/13/82 




8 




N 


H 2 


3/13/32 




9 




N 


S 2 


3/19/82 




I 




N 


H 2 


3/20/82 




7 




N 


H 2 


3/20/82 




7 


p 


N 


S 2 


3/20/82 




5 




N 


H 2 


3/27/82 




6 




N A20 


H 2 


3/27/82 




7 


p 


N 


H 2 


3/27/82 




7 




N 


S 2 


3/27/82 




6 




N 


H 2 


4/03/32 




9 


P 


N 


H 2 


4/03/82 




9 




N 


S 2 


4/03/82 




6 


P 


N 


S 2 


4/07/32 




15 




N 


H 2 


4/10/82 




3 




N 


H 2 


4/10/32 




9 


P 


N 


S 2 


4/10/82 




3 




N 



MONTHLV/AN 



A L INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



S B J E 



DURHAf< CHURCHES TO CELE5RATE E 
NEW CHURCH GROUP PLANS FIRST S 
NUCLEAR, OEACE FDRU-fS SET 
CHURCHES SET SPECIAL SERVICES 
OBSERVANCE NEXT SUNOAY 
TARNISH C glory: TRIMTY CELE9 
CHURCH CHOIRS PRESENT BLACK ST 
YOUTH ASKEO TO AID CAMPAIGN 
CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL SERVICES 
BAPTISTS TOUT REVIVAL: EARLY 3 
COUNCIL OF CHURCHES TO CONSIDE 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL 
ItSSIONARIES TO INDIA HILL SP5 
RELIGIOUS GROUPS PLAN SPECIAL 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES SCHEDULE SP= 
"EETING SCHEOULED ON ORGANIZIN 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES SCHEDULE SPE 
CHURC-iES "OLD PEACE PENTECOST 
FORMER "ISSIONARY TO ADDRESS : 
MUSICAL PROGRAMS TO HIGHLIGHT 
CALVARY CHOIR WILL PRESENT Mys 
BAPTIST MINISTERS VARY ERA TAC 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES SET SPECIAL 
CHURCHES SPONSOR FDRUM ON MEE' 
SPECIAL SERVICES. BIBLE SCHOOL 
CHURCH CALLS "USIC MINISTER 
CHURCHES PLAN C1NCERTS, FATHE' 
DUKE MEMORIAL HILL HONOR FAGGA 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES PLAN REVIVAL 
LEADING EVANGELICAL LEAVES OE"* 
OLO-TIME RELIGION BACK FOR wES 
CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL EVENTS 
FILM WILL FEATURE REBORN GANGS 
KOREANS FIND HAVEN IN BAPTIST 
CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL EVENTS 
N.Y. PASTOR IS FOUNDERS' DAY 5 
RED MOUNTAIN SETS CHURCH OEOI: 
SEMINAR SCHEOULEO IN 9UTNER P? 
CHURCHES "LAN SERVICES 
CHURCH TO HEAR DRUG COUNSELOR 
ALOERSGATE TAKES STEP TCHARD S 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES SCHEDULE SPE 
METHODISTS HOLD SUMMER SCHOOL 
TWO-MEEK CRUSADE PLANNED 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES SCHEDULE ANN 
RUSSELL MEMORIAL GETS NEM PAST 
TRIANGLE AREA CHURCHES HOLD AN 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL 
CHURCH SETS HOMECOMING 
PRESBYTERIANS PLAN 3NE-0AY SCH 
CHURCHES HILL CELEBRATE ANNIVE 
CHURCH CALLS NEH PASTOR 
TRIANGLE CHURChfs PLAN CONCERT 
3 LUTHERAN BODIES HILL VOTE ON 
GLENOALE HEIGHTS HOMECOMING SE 
CHURCHES SPONSOR CONCERTS, SPt 
GUTFn;erG BIBLE LECTURE SET 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES TO HOLD HOME 
CONGREGATION OF SOJOURNERS mqv 
CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL SERVICE 
FIVE BISHOPS HILL SPEAK IN 0U< 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES PLAN REVIVAL 
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH SETS HEAL^ 
ST, MARY'S CHURCH HILL OBSERVE 
CHURCHES TO CELEBRATE hOMECOmi 
DUKE PROFESSOR. STUDENT START 
CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL SERVICES 
RELIGION-ARCHITECTURE FORUM %Z 

TRIANGLE Churches plan anniver 
YATES association AOMITS 9LAC< 

BAND, SINGER HILL JAZZ UP ALL 
CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL EVENTS 
PASTORS' SCHOOL HILL FEATURE ? 
FOR-ER ISRAELI AMBASSADOR HILL 
CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL EVENTS 
THANKSGIVING SERVICE SET 
CHURCH HILL DEDICATE NEH HOPS-" 
CHURCHES SCHEDULE ANNIVERSARIE 
MILESTONE: PASTOR HONORED FOR 
CHURCHES PLAN EVENTS 
URBAN MINISTRIES CENTER OESERV 
L"VFFEAST SET AT 1ST BAPTIST 
CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL EVENTS 
CENTER WOULD "EAN MORE SERVICE 
FLIMSY EXCUSES FOR QUITTING CH 
FLORIDA METHODIST BISHOP TO SP 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES PLAN CONCERT 
OUKE CHAPEL PLANS CHRISTMAS Ev 
CHURCHES PLAN HOLIDAY SERVICES 
TRIANGLE CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL 
CHURCHES PLAN SERVICES 
SPECIAL SERVICES HONO» STUDENT 



ASTER 
ERVICE 



RATES ITS SESOUICENTENNIAL 
RUGGLE TRIBUTE 



ETURNS INDICATE SUCCESS 
R ARMS ISSUES 

EVENTS 
AK TO UNITED METHODIST WOMEN 
SERVICES 

CIAL PRESENTATIONS 
G PRISON CARE COMMITTEE 
CIAL EVENTS 

HURCH, DOCTORS 

CHURCH SERVICES 

ICAL 

KS 

SERVICES 

ING HUMAN NEEDS 

S ARE SCHEOULED 

•S DAY CELEBRATIONS 

RTS, HAVERLY 

S, SPECIAL SERVICES 

OMINATION 

TMINSTER SERVICE 

TERS 
CHURCH 

PEAKER 

ATION 

ISDN 



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CIAL SERVICES. 



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OR 

NIVERSA 
SERVIC 

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S. SPEC 
UNION 

T 
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COMINGS 
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E CHAPE 
EVENTS 
S, HOME 
H SEMIN 
HQMECOl 
NG. ANN 
RELIGIO 

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SARY CE 
CHURCH 
SOUL'S 

LECTUR 
SPEAK 



Y CELEBRATION 

RIES. REVIVALS 

ES 



lAL EVENTS 
PROPOSAL NEXT WEEK 



AND REVIVALS 

L SERVICES 

COMINGS 

AR 

MING 

IVERSARIES 

N TALK SHOW 

AT DUKE NOV. 7- 
LESRATIONS 

AS MEMBER 
DAY CELEBRATION 

E SERIES 

AT DUKE TUESDAY 



IP CENTER 

S. CONCERTS 

HALF-CENTURY OF PREACHING 

ES BROAD SUPPORT 



TO NEEDY 
URCH 

EAK IN DUKE CHAPEL SUNDAY 
S. ANNIVERSARIES 
E SERVICE 
. CONCERTS 

HOLIDAY SERVICES 



CHURCHES, DURHAM, MEMBERSHIP 

DURHAM CHURCHES TRY TO KEEP MEMBERS 

CHURCHES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO »I3LF CHURCHES 
SEE ALSO PLACK CHURCH IN A 
SEE ALSO GENERAL BAPTIST C 
SEE ALSO N.C. KOREAN CHURC 

1982 CHURCH ISSUES: HEME 

POSTAL RATES SKY FOR CHU 

CHURCH OFFICIALS OPPOSE 

OAY-CARE ISSUE EXPECTED 

CHILDREN NEED PROTECTION 

CHURCH GROUPS CONSIDER S 

FIRE DOES HEAVY DAMAGE T 

OFFICIALS OPEN THEIR HAL 

METHODISTS BEGIN GRANTS 

BAPTISTS CONCERNED SBOUT 

WHITE SUPREMACIST SAYS 

CHURCH CONFERENCES BEGIN 

HIS BIGOTRY hON'T APPEAL 

COLORFUL F/lESCO GRACES N 

FEW NORTH CAROLINA CHURC 

PERSON CENTER AIDS NEEDY 

CHURCH BINGO PROSECUTION 

THE WALDENSIANS: BAND FL 

TWO CHURCHES REACH 150 Y 

HISTORY TRACED IN EDEN C 

2 CHURCHES GET BQmB Thre 

9 ARRESTED AT CHURCH BIN 

A BAPTIST WESLEY? HE CH 

PREACHERS' SALARIES: CON 



MERICS 

ONVENT ION 

H 

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STATE 

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N E 






L Y 




P 


DATE 




PG L P 8YL 




S 2 


<,/10/92 




6 


N 




H 2 


4/17/82 




9 


N 




H 2 


<./17/82 




9 


N 




5 2 


<./17/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


4/19/32 




11 


N 




H 2 


<./2A/92 




6 


N A20 




H 2 


<./2<./P2 




6 


N 




H 2 


<./2<./»2 




7 


N 




S 2 


'./2<-/°2 




6 


N 




H 2 


5/01/82 




10 


N A20 




H 2 


5/01/82 




11 P N 




S 2 


5/01/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


5/03/B2 




7 P N 




S 2 


5/08/82 




6 


N 




S 2 


5/15/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


5/22/82 




9 


N 




S 2 


5/22/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


5/29/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


5/29/82 




7 1 


' N 




S 2 


5/29/32 




6 


N 




H 2 


6/05/32 




3 


N 




H 2 


6/05/82 




9 ' 


' N 




S 2 


6/05/32 




6 


N 




H 2 


6/12/82 




9 P N 




S 2 


6/12/32 




6 


N 




H 2 


6/ 9/92 




7 1 


' N 




S 2 


6/19/''2 




6 


N 




H 2 


6/26/82 




7 1 


> N 




S 2 


6/26/32 




6 


N 




H 2 


7/03/82 




9 1 


' N 




H 2 


7/03/82 




9 


F A20 




S 2 


7/03/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


7/10/82 




9 1 


' N 




H 2 


7/10/32 




9 


N A20 




S 2 


7/10/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


7/17/82 




8 


N 




H 2 


7/17/82 




a 


N 




H 2 


7/17/32 




9 1 


» N 




S 2 


7/17/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


7/2<./82 




8 P N 




H 2 


7/24/82 




9 


N 




S 2 


7/24/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


7/31/82 




8 » N 




H 2 


7/31/82 




8 


N 




S 2 


7/31/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


8/07/82 




3 


N 




S 2 


8/07/82 




6 


N 




S 2 


3/14/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


8/21/82 




12 


N 




H 2 


8/21/82 




13 


N 




S 2 


3/21/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


8/23/82 




8 


N 




S 2 


3/23/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


9/04/82 




9 


N 420 




H 2 


9/04/82 




9 P N 




S 2 


9/04/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


9/11/82 




8 P N 




S 2 


9/11/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


9/18/32 




9 P N 




S 2 


9/18/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


9/25/82 




9 o N 




S 2 


9/25/82 




6 


N 




S 2 


10/02/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


10/08/82 




8 


N 




H 2 


10/09/82 




9 P N 




S 2 


10/09/32 




6 


N 




H 2 


10/16/82 




9 


N 




S 2 


10/16/32 




6 


N 




H 2 


10/23/82 




6 


N 




S 2 


10/23/82 




6 


N 




M 2 


10/30/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


10/30/92 




7 


N 




S 2 


lO/30/°2 




b 


N 




H 2 


U/J6/82 




9 


N 




H 2 


U/13/32 




6 


N 




S 2 


11/13/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


11/20/82 




3 


I 




H 2 


1/20/82 




9 


N 




S 2 


1/20/92 




6 


N 




H 2 


1/27/82 




9 P F A20 




S 2 


1/27/82 




6 


N 




S 2 


12/03/82 




4 


E 




H 2 


12/04/82 




6 P N 




S 2 


12/04/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


2/05/82 




4 


E 




H 2 


2/05/32 




4 


L 




H 2 


2/11/82 




Q 


N 




S 2 


2/11/82 




6 


N 




H 2 


2/18/82 




9 


N 




S 2 


12/18/32 




6 


N 




S 2 


2/22/82 




13 


N 




S 2 


2/24/92 


a 


4 


I 




H 2 


12/25/92 


A 


9 


N 





S 2 11/13/82 A 



TO START FELLOWSHIP MOVEMENT 
CHURCHES SET SCALES FOR BOARDS 



2 


1/09/82 


A 


8 


N 


A20 


2 


1/16/82 


A 


9 


N 


A20 


2 


1/19/82 


A 


1 I 


N 




2 


1/21/92 


A 


10 


N 




2 


1/29/82 


A 


4 


E 




2 


1/30/82 


A 


8 


N 


A20 


2 


3/15/82 


A 


1 I 


N 




1 


3/17/82 


b 




N 




2 


5/15/82 


A 


1 


N 




2 


5/24/82 


A 




N 




2 


5/25/»2 


A 


^ 


N 




2 


5/29/82 


A 


6 P 


N 




2 


5/30/92 





4 


c 




2 


6/26/32 


A 


6 ' 


N 




2 


7/12/32 


B 


1 


N 




I 


7/20/32 


B 


1 


N 


L30 


2 


3/01/82 


A 


ll 


N 




2 


8/16/82 


A 


9 » 


F 




2 


9/18/82 


A 


8 P 


N 




2 


lO/lT/82 


A 


10 


N 




1 


10/26/82 


B 


1 


N 




2 


10/29/82 


B 


4 


N 




2 


11/06/82 


A 


9 


F 


A20 


2 


11/2C/82 


A 


3 


F 


A20 



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1/01/B2 



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TOO MANY CHURCHES IGNORE SPIRITUAL NEEDS 
MEDIA IGNORE CHURCHES' 5PIRITJAL WQifK 
graham: TIME RIGHT FOR WITNESS TO REFUGEES 
BISHOP: N.C. CATHOLICS FACE CHALLENGE 

CHURCHES. N.C, MEMBERSHIP 

ROMAN CATHOLICS MAKE GAINS IN N.C. 

CHURCHES. N.C. SUNDAY SCHOOLS 

LONG-RUNNING COLUMN: LIBERAL » ROF RILES BUT CALLS THEM AS HE SEES THEM 
COWBOY THEOLOGY 

CHURCHES. N.C. TAXES 

CHURCHES URGEO TO HELP NEEDY 

CHURCHES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO BLACK CHURCH IN AMERICA 

NOW EVEN CHURCHES TARGETS OF CRIMINALS 

UNTIMELY SQUABBLE'' 

NO EASY ANSWERS HERE 

CHUPCHES OVERLOOKING CURRENT :aNFLICTS 

BAPTISTS BALANCE SOCIAL. SPIRITUAL 

CHURCH'S CHICKEN (FAYETTEVILLE ST. I 
MAN CHARGED IN FIRING GUN 
RESTAURANT ROBBED 
HAN ROBS RESTAURANT 
RESTAURANT R3BBED 

CIGARETTE INDUSTRY (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CIGARETTE MANUFACTURERS) 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO 

HOURLY WAGES RISE IN SEPT. 

CIGARETTES 

SEE ALSO GENERIC CIGARETTES 

SEE ALSO SMOKING 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO. ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO. HEALTH EFFECTS 

SEE ALSO WINSTON CIGARETTES 

CIGARETTE FILTER TESTS DISPUTED 

PROBLEMS GREET SELF-OOUSING SMOKES 

PROJECT FIGHTS FIRE HAZARD 

LACK OF QUORUM COULD DOOM CIGARETTE WARNINGS 

PACK "AN: THESE DAYS. IT'S HA! TO FIND 'GROWLERS. 'PICAYUNES' 

REYNOLDS TO SELL NEW CIGARETTE 

NEAL WARNS JAPAN OVER OBSTRUCTING U.S. SALES 

OFFICIAL URGES CIGARETTE SAFETY RULES 

study: CIGARETTES HEIGHTEN f^j risk 

'LUCKY STRIKES AGAIN' WITH A LOW-TAR FILTER 

NEW LUCKY LOW-TARS COMING TO 3URHAH 

CIGARETTES. ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO. ADVERTISING 

CIGARETTE AD RESTRICTIONS OPPOSED 

REYNOLDS WILL PAY HOG. 000 FINE ON ADS 

CIGARETTES. HEALTH EFFECTS 

SEE TOBACCO. HEALTH EFFECTS 

CIGARETTES. LABELS 

ILLOGICAL THINKING 

NEw CIGARETTE BILLS' CHANCES CALLED REMOTE 

PANEL OKS NEW CIGARETTE WARNINGS 

CIGARETTES. PRICES 

REYNOLDS BOOSTING CIGARETTE PRICES 

CIGARETTE PRICES JUMP 5? A PACK 

CIGARETTE PRICES RAISED 

LtM CIGARETTE PRICES RISE 

LCM HIKES PRICES 

CIGARETTE PRICES INCREASED BY REYNOLDS. PHILIP MORRIS 

LSM DECIDES NOT TO FOLLOW CIGARETTE PRICE INCREASES 

NO PRICE INCREASES REPORTED BY LIGGETT 

LCH RAISES PACK PRICE BY <. CENTS 

LCM HIKES PRICES 

FOUR FIRMS RAISE CIGARETTE PRICES 

LCM INCREASES CIGARETTE PRICES 

LCM RAISES CIGARETTE PRICES 32 PER PACK 

CIGARETTES. SALES 

PER-CAPITA CIGARETTE USE DIPS AGAIN IN N.C. 

JAPANESE TRADE CHANGES "AY BOl ST SALES OF U.S. CIGARETTES 

',-b% CIGARETTE SALES DROP SAn LIKELY WITH TAX HIKE 

CIGARETTES. SMUGGLING 

FOUR CHARGED IN SMUGGLING OF CIGARETTES 

CIGARETTES. TAR AND NICOTINE RATINC-S 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO. HEALTH EFFECTS 
CIGARETTE FILTER TESTS DISPUTED 
STUDIES DISAGREE ON DANGERS OF SMOKING LOW-TAR CIGARETTES 



CIGARETTES. T 
SEE ALSO T 
SEE ALSO T 
SEE ALSO T 
BUDGET L 
PANEL VO 
STATE OF 
CIGARETT 
SENATE F 
TOBACCO 
CIGARETT 
CIGARFTT 
HEL"S. E 
TAX BILL 
HELMS OE 
EFFECT C 
EAST: RE 
GRAHAM R 
TOBACCO 
HELMS' S 
HUNT SAY 
DIVIDEND 
FOUNTA IN 
DEMOCRAT 
HELMS. E 
HUNT PEN 
DEMOCRAT 
HELMS: C 
THE TOBA 
ROSE BAC 
3R0YHILL 
N.C. OFF 



AXES 
AXES. 
OBACCO 
09ACC0 
EADERS 
TES CI 
FICIAL 
E TAX 
IGHT L 
STATE 
E TAX 
E TAX 
AST SW 
: SMOK 
FENDS 
F C IGA 
AGAN A 
LAMES 
PRICE 
CARLET 
S CIGA 
WITHH 
RAPS 
S TO H 
AST MA 
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S SAY 
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MAY B 
ICIALS 



N.C. 

. TAXES 

TAX COUNCIL 

PRESS FOR STATE 
GARETTE TAX INC 

CRITICIZES CIGA 
HIKE "LAN IS DPP 
OOMS OVER CIGAR': 
SENATORS FAIL T> 
RETAINED: SENATC 
VOTE DISAPPOINTS 
ITCH VOTES. SUP" 
ERS. AIRLINES. S 
VOTE ON TAX-HIKF 
RETTE TAX RISE :) 
PPEALEO FOR TAX 
LOWER LEAF PRICE 
SLUMP BLAMED ON 

LETTER (CARTOON 
RETTE TAX HIKE W 
OLDING ADVANCES 
CIGARETTE TAX 
IT 'TOBACCO TAX 
Y CHANGE TAX 9IL 

KNEW ABOUT TAX 
TAX VOTES HURT N 
TE TAX C0MPR0MI5 
X TWINS AREN'T T 
TAX INCREASE 
E ONLY N.C. TAX 
LAST TAX BILL 



SALARY FREEZE 
EASE 

RETTE TAX HIKE PLAN 
OSED 
TTE TAX 

HALT TAX HIKE 

NEAR FINAL VOTE ON INCREASES 

HUNT 
ORT TAX-INCREASE BILL 
AVERS LOSE 

PACKAGE 
EBATED 
VOTE 

S ON CIGARETTE TAX HIKE 
THREATENED CIGARETTE TAX 
) 
OULD BE CATASTROPHIC 



TWINS' 

L VOTES 

BILL AD 

.C. ECONOMY 

E SOUGHT 

HE ONLY VILLIANS 

BILL VOTE 



N 6 
P 



DATE 



S 2 11/22/82 A 

S 2 11/26/92 A 

H 2 11/27/82 A 

S 2 12/04/82 A 



H 2 11/29/82 A 



I T 
L Y 
L P 

E 
L 



H 2 9/18/82 A 9 P F A20 
H 2 11/30/82 B 1 U 



H ? 1/30/82 A 5 



2/22/82 

2/27/82 

10/26/82 

11/17/82 

12/01/82 



S 2 3/23/82 B 1 

S 2 12/23/82 C 1 

S 2 12/29/82 C 1 

H 2 12/30/82 B 2 



H 2 11/12/82 C 



H 


? 


6/26/82 


B 




S 


? 


7/08/82 


(, 




S 


? 


7/12/82 


A 




H 


/ 


8/21/82 


A 




H 


/ 


8/26/82 


H 




H 


/ 


8/27/82 


A 


9 


H 


/ 


10/03/82 


A 


10 


s 


? 


10/19/82 


A 


8 


H 


7 


10/21/82 


r 


in 


H 


? 


10/22/82 


A 


in 


H 


2 


U/14/82 


A 


14 



5/11/82 A 9 
7/15/82 A 18 



s ? 


3/13/82 


A 




F 


H / 


9/16/82 


'^ 




N 


H 2 


9/21/82 


A 




N 


H 2 


2/03/82 


A 




N 


H f 


2/11/82 


A 




N 


H 7 


8/29/82 


r 




N 


S ? 


8/30/82 


A 




N 


H 7 


8/31/82 


u 




N 


H ? 


10/06/82 


A 




N 


H 2 


10/07/82 


8 




N 


S 2 


10/07/82 


A 


16 


N 


H ? 


10/08/92 


H 




N 


S ? 


li)/08/82 


A 




N 


H ? 


1 /17/82 


A 




N 


H 2 


1 /18/82 


A 




N 


S 2 


11/18/82 


L 




N 



2 1/17/92 C 1 N 
2 5/28/82 C 7 N 
2 8/27/82 A 10 N 



H 2 5/21/82 A 13 



6/26/82 B 
9/24/82 A 



H 


7 


6/10/82 


A 


1 9 


N 


H 


2 


7/02/92 


H 




N 


H 


2 


7/03/"2 


A 




N 


H 


7 


7/17/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 


7 


7/20/82 


A 


1 P N 


S 


/ 


7/22/82 


A 




N 


H 


/ 


T/Z1./SZ 


A 




N 


H 


7 


7/23/92 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 


7 


7/24/82 


A 




N 


H 


7 


7/24/92 


A 




N 


s 


7 


7/24/82 


A 


1 S 


N 


H 


/ 


7/2 6/92 


h 




N 


H 


7 


7/27/82 


A 




N 


s 


7 


7/27/82 


4 


1 7 


N 


H 


7 


7/29/82 


A 




N 


H 


7 


7/28/92 


A 


4 ■ T 


H 


/ 


7/30/82 


A 




N 


H 


7 


9/05/82 


A 




N 


s 


7 


3/05/82 


( 




N 


H 


7 


8/06/82 


( 


1 4 


N 


H 


/ 


8/09/82 


( 




N 


H 


7 


8/09/82 


•a 


1 7 


N 


H 


7 


a/ 0/82 


A 




N 


H 


7 


8/ 1/92 


A 




N 


H 


7 


8/ 2/82 


A 




E 


H 


7 


3/13/92 


A 


1 4 


N 


H 


7 


8/17/82 


P 




N 


H 


2 


8/20/82 


L 


5 P N 



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1/07/93 



REYNOLDS CUTS BACK LEAF PURCHASES 

HELMS HOPES TO AVOID POLITICAL DAMAGE FROM TOBACCO TAX VOTE 

HUNT: CIGARETTE TAX HIKE TO C^ ST N.C. JCBSi REVENUE 

CIGARETTE TAX SEEN COSTING 1.500 J03S 

<.-6t CIGARETTE SALES DROP SAID LIKELY WITH TAX HIKE 

REAGAN, HELMS AND EAST IN T03A CC3-FUELE0 TAXM0BIL6 ICARTOON) 

S"OKERS SHOULT BE TAXED 

HEL"S 3LAMES OE"0CRATS FOR LE»F TAX 

HELMS CITES BLAME ON TAX "!ILL 

REPEAL OF CIGARETTE TAX HIKE SOUGHT 

VICE PRESIDENT HEARS CRITICIS" OF TOBACCO TAX 

HUNT DENOUNCES FEDERAL TOBACCD PLAN 

HUNT WARNS OF NEW LEAF FIGHTS 

CINCINNATI BENGALS 
SEE ALSO <=00T9ALL 

•=A"OUS AMOS' AND "QUIET LOUIS' REACH SUPER BOWL 
THERE'S NO CAMOUFLAGING THE KNGALS 
EX-CENTPAL STANDOUT HAS SUPER STORY 

CINCINN'A^I REDS 

REDS HOLD TRYOUTS IN STATE 

CIOMPI 3UARTET 

SEE ALSO MUSICIANS 

CIOMPI OUARTET TO OPEN SEASON 

CIRCLE OF DECEIT IFILMl 

'CIRCLE' IS COMPELLING FILM 

CITIES. N.C.. BUDGET 

MANY N.C. CITY. COUNTY GOVERNMENTS CUT SPENDING 

CITIES. U.S.. 5U0GET 
SEE ALSO DEFAULT 
SEE ALSO MAYORS. U.S. 
SEE ALSO N.C. LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES 

SOCIOLOGIST: CITIES NEED HELP IN ADAPTING TO CHANGE 

CITIZEN PAMD RADIOS 

SEE ACS'' REACT CLUB OF DURHAM COUNTY (ACRONYMl 
SEE ALSO RADIO 

CHASE ENDS IN THE ARMS OF THE LAW 

CB JAMBOREE SCHEDULED 

CE RADIO'S "LITTLE BUFFALO" DIES OF MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY 

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION IN GOVERNMENT 
LEAGUE'S COMPLAINT VALID 

CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSC DURHAM REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION 
CHAVIS WILL STAY ON BOARD 
PANEL DENIED CHANCE TO REPLACE MEMBER 
DURHAM CITY BOARDS SEEK APPLI'ANTS 
DURHAM CITIZENS SOUGHT FOR ?OARDS. COMMITTEES 
NEW MEMBERS RECOMMENOEO FOR C! TY BOARDS 
DURHAM STUDYING CITIZEN APPO M TMENTS TO BOARDS 
CITY APPOINTMENTS CALLED 'TOKENISM' 

CITIZENS AGAINST CHEMICAL TOXINS IN UNDERGROUND STORAGE ICACTUSl 
SEE ALSO CHEMICAL WASTE DISPOSAL 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT 

ANSON CACTUS TO IMITATE WARRE'J LANDFILL PROTESTS 

EPA DELAYS PERMISSION FOR ANSON COUNTY LANDFILL 

CITIZENS AGAINST TOXIC AND CHEMICAL HAZARDS 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT 
GROUP TC COMMENT ABOUT WASTES RULES 
MORATr>RIUM SOUGHT ON TOXIC LA-IOFILLS 

CITIZENS COMMISSION ON ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION 
SEE ALSO ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION 
SEE ALSC DURHA'< ALTERNATIVES TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO PRISONS. N.C. 

COSTS OF SENTENCING DISCUSSED 

PRISON SAID TOO EXPENSIVE FOR EVERYONE 

ALTERNATIVES OFFERED I STATE UNABLE TO KEEP NON-VIOLENT IN JAILl 

HUNT TREATS ALTERNATIVES TO JAIL COOLLY 

NFw APPROACH NEEDED IN DEALING WITH CRIME 

WHICHARO NOT DISCOURAGED BY REMARKS 

N.C. RETHINKS PRISON POLICIES 

CITIZENS' COMMITTEE ON TRANSIT 
SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C. BUSES 

COMMISSION TO STUDY BUS CUT ALTERNATIVES 
NIGHT BUS SERVICE PART OF PANEL'S EVALUATION 
BUS RIDER REPORT READY 

CITIZENS CCNCE°NED ABOUT PC3 

SEE WARREN COUNTY CITIZENS CONCERNED ABOUT PC9 

CITIZENS UNITED FOR FAIR ELECTRIC ? ATES 
SEE ALSO ELECTRICITY, RATES 
FUEL CLAUSE REPEAL IS TOPIC 
MODIFY THE FUEL CLAUSE 

DUKE POWER RATE HIKE HEARING NEXT MONTH 
STRONG CITIZEN RESPONSE EXPECTED AT RATE HEARING 
PUBLIC HEARING SET TONIGHT ON DUKE POWER RATE HIKE 

CITY OF MEDICINE 

SEE DURHAM, N.C, MEDICAL INDUSTRY 

CITY OF POLYESTER 

SEE BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOLS 
SEE POLYESTER INDUSTRIES 

CIVIC CENTER 

SEE DURHAM, N.C, CIVIC CENTER PROPOSAL 
SEE DURHAM CIVIC CENTER (OLO) 

CIVIC CENTERS, N.C 

UNCERTAINTIES PLAGUE CIVIC CENTER 

DOWNTOWN COMPLEX; ALL CIVIC CENTERS HAVE THEIR GOOD AND BAD POINTS 

DOWNTOWN CO-PLEX: WOULD A CENT E" GIVE A BOOSTER SHOT? 

CHARLOTTE INNKEEPERS FEAR LOSSES 

CIVIC HONOR AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

CHAMSFR HONORS ANLYAN. HERBERT 

EXCELLENT CHOICES FOR HONOR AWARDS 

DURHA"" PEOPLE TOLD OPTIMISM RETURNING 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS "OARD 

RAILROAD GETS OK TO CONTROL PIEDMONT AIRLINES 
AIRLINE STOCK PURCHASE GETS AGENCY"S NOD 



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N 




S 2 


a/23/92 




b 


P 


N 




S 2 


3/26/B2 




1 




N 




H 2 


3/27/82 




10 




N 




H 2 


3/27/82 




10 




N 




H 2 


3/2''/»2 




5 


T 


T 


P45 


H 2 


9/03/92 




5 




L 




S 2 


9/2D/S2 




3 


3 


J 




H 1 


9/21/»2 




1 




N 




H 2 


9/25/52 




c 




N 




H 2 


10/37/82 




Q 


O 


N 




S 2 


10/12/82 




1 


P 


N 


"23 


H 2 


10/13/82 


3 


I 




N 


331 


S 2 


1/21/82 


C 


3 


D 


F 


R66 


H 2 


1/24/82 


a 


2 


P 


J 


S9I 


H 2 


1/24/82 


B 


3 


P 


F 


S91 


S 2 


6/15/82 


B 


3 




N 





H 2 10/17/82 A 6 N 

S 2 6/17/62 10 P R 371 

H 2 7/21/82 All N 

H 2 9/10/82 A 7 N 



1/17/82 
5/13/82 
3/09/82 



16 
20 



H 2 7/29/82 A 



3/03/B2 C 
3/04/82 8 
4/15/82 C 
4/17/82 A 
6/11/62 C 
7/07/82 8 
7/08/32 B 



S 2 
H 2 



9/23/92 C 14 
9/26/82 A 9 



7/30/92 E 
7/31/82 B 



3/31/82 B 

11/19/82 B 

11/24/92 A 

11/25/82 A 

11/26/82 A 

11/26/92 C 

11/27/92 A 



S 2 3/03/82 9 
S 2 11/15/82 A 
S 2 12/01/82 C 



N K90 

N S51 

N 

N K90 

N 

N K90 

N L41 



K90 
046 



K9D 
K90 
K90 



s 


? 


4/27/82 


A 


7 


N 




H 


,» 


4/29/82 


A 


4 


1 




S 


? 


7/14/32 


B 


1 


N 


SS3 


S 


7 


9/30/82 


A 


3 


N 


SSI 


H 


2 


8/31/82 


A 


10 


N 


X40 



2 5/07/92 A 4 L 

2 5/20/82 A 1 N 381 

2 6/20/82 A I N 331 

2 9/16/82 A 13 N 



2/17/82 
2/17/92 
2/17/32 



3/10/92 A 
4/01/32 8 



N F78 

E 

N S33 



HONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/62 - 12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



N E 
P 



S 

e 

C PG 



PAGE 129 
1/07/83 



CIVIL AIB PATROL. N.C. 

CIVIL AIR PATROL SEARCHES FOR PLANE 
CAP TO SEARCH FOR MISSING PLANE 

CIVIL OEFENSE 

SEE CIVIL PREPAREDNESS. U.S. 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY CIVIL PPEPARE3NESS 

SEE N.C. DIVISION OF CIVIL PREPAREDNESS 

CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE 

SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 
REPLY TO A LETTER 

STANDARDS OF 9AR MUST BE UPHELD 
MORE PCB PROTEST CHARGES DISMISSED 
LAW EXAMINERS LIST CONCERNS A?OUT CHARNS 
CHARNS SCHEDULED TO APPEAR BEi= ORE LAW BOARD WEDNESDAY 

CIVIL LI3ERTIES UNION 

SEE N.C. CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

CIVIL PREPAREDNESS. U.S. 

SEE ALSC CRISIS MANAGEMENT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY CIVIL PREPAREDNESS 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF CIVIL PREPAREDNESS 

CIVIL DEFENSE OFFICIAL SAYS NT PLAN EXISTS 

DURHAM OFFICIAL HEADS CO REGION 

GREENSBORO. STATE AGREE ON PREPAREDNESS PLAN 

CIVIL RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SUSPECT'S RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO HUMAN RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO U.S. CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO U.S. OFFICE OF CIVIL RIGHTS 

CHAMBERS SAYS GOVT. HAS FORSA<EN BLACKS 

CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION WEAKE-IEO, FINLATOR SAYS 

STUDY STRESSES TIGHTER CHECK ]N CIVIL RIGHTS 

DURHAM NURSING HOMES GET GOOD CIVIL RIGHTS LAWS RATINGS 

CIVIL SIGHTS MOVEMENT 

•60S ACTIVIST JOINS SYSTEM; G3ALS SAME 

WASHINGTON DIDN'T INVENT CIVIL RIGHTS 

REAGAN POLICIES SPARK RIGHTS ACTIVISTS 

FEDERAL POWER AIDED CIVIL RIG-ITS 

CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER DIES OF H^ART ATTACK AT 62 

HINISTEP SAYS BLACKS LOSE GRO'INO 

FINLATOR STEPPING DOWN FROM PJLPIT 

MARTIN LUTHER KING III PONDERING HIS FUTURE 

RACE RELATIONS STUDY WINS TEEN-AGER GRANT 

CHURCHMAN PLEASED AFTER NEW LOOK AT SELMA 

CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST DUNNE DIES AT 19 

CIVIL SERVICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMPLOYEES 

RETIREMENT EDITORIAL 'MISINFORMED' OR... 
POLITICAL JOBS 

CIVIL WAR HISTORY 

SEE ALSO N.C. HISTORY 
SEE ALSO SLAVERY 

CAMP LIFE TO PE RELIVED 

BENNETT PLACE TO MARK SURRENDER 

HISTORY ENCAMPMENT SCHEDULED 

CIVIL XAR ENDED 117 YEARS AGO AT FARM NEAR DURHAM 

TURNING BACK THE CLOCK 

RELOADING MAD DIFFICULT 

MOW TIMES DO CHANGE: FINAL CHAPTER WRITTEN 

UNION SOLDIERS DESTROYED TOWN 

CIVIL WAR MOUNTAINEER WAS BONDED TO LAND 

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER 

OLD TIME TREE AT AYCOCK BIRTHPLACE 

CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS 

CONGRESS DOESN'T LEARN FROM MISTAKES 
EX-CCC MEMBERS SOUGHT 

CIVILIAN-MILITARY CONTINGENCY HOSPITAL SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC HOSPITALSl 
THE WRONG KINO OF DISASTER PREPARATION 
DOCTORS WON'T AID DEFENSE PLA-(S 
INAPPROPRIATE HEADLINE 
HOSPITALS ASKED TO PROVIDE WARTIME BEDS 

CIVITAN CLUB 

SEE ALSO BRIGHT LEAF CIVITAN CLJB 
SEE ALSO CREATIVE CIVITAN CLUB 
SEE ALSO ENO VALLEY CIVITAN CLU? 
SEE ALSO FRIENDLY CITY CIVITAN CLUE 
SEE ALSO JUNIOR CIVITAN INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO TRIANGLE LUNCHEON CIVITAN CLUB 

THIEVES APPALL CIVITAN 

N.C. CIVITANS PLAN MEETING IN DURHAM 

VISITING nUPHAM 

WORTHY CAUSE 

eUTNEP INMATES COMMENDED 

BRIGHT LEAF CIVITANS WIN AWARD 

CIVITAN AWARD WINNERS 

CLAMS 

SEE ALSO SEAFOOD INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO SHELLFISH 

N.C. MAY OPEN NEW CL AM-OREDGIM G AREAS 
SMAPPING SHRIMP DINING ON CLAMS 

CLARK AND SOPRELL 

FOUNDER OF CLARK t SQRRELL DIES 
CLARK AND SORRELL OWNER DIES AT 87 

CLARK EOUIPMENT CO. 

JUDGE UPHOLDS UNION'S CHARGES 

CLARK'S SPORT SHOP 

<• ARRESTED IN GAMBLING RAID 

SHOP RAID NETS FOUR 

JUDGE HAD JUST REDUCED SLAIN lAN'S JAIL SENTENCE 

2 BUILDINGS PADLOCKED BY POLICE 

JUDGE'S ORDERS CLOSE 2 DURHAM 3USINESSE': 

JUDGHE CLOSES 2 BUSINESSES 

JUDGE ORDERS SHOP CLOSED UNTIL TRIAL 

SHOP CLOSED UNTIL TRIAL 

CLARKTON. N.C. 

COURT SAYS RACIAL BIAS STOPPED HOUSING PROJECT 
CLARKTON MAY LOSE PROPERTY TO COVER FEES 

CLASS ACTION SUITS 



S 2 
S 2 



1/07/62 A 
l/l<>/82 B 



11/01/82 
11/01/82 
11/02/62 
11/13/P2 
11/30/82 



13 
10 

7 



1 1/13/82 B 1 N 

2 7/2'./a2 B 12 N 
2 12/19/82 A 10 N 



H 2 8/30/82 A 9 N 

H 2 9/29/82 B 9 N 

H 2 12/17/82 B 6 N 0*6 

S 2 12/17/82 A 1 N S83 



■; 7 


l/l<./fl2 


A 


1 3 




N 


H 7 


1/31/R2 





<. 




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S 7 


2/01/82 


(, 


7 




N 


H 2 


2/18/82 


A 


c 




L 


H 2 


2/18/82 


1) 


6 




N 


S 7 


<./05/82 


P 


* 




N 


H ? 


5/2'./62 


A 


1 7 


P 


N 


H ? 


5/2'./B2 


B 


7 


P 


F 


H 7 


5/29/B2 


R 


7 


P 


N 


H 7 


11/20/92 


A 


9 


P 


N B81 


S 2 


12/29/62 


A 


15 







H 7 


9/10/82 


A 


S 




L 


H 2 


12/08/82 


A 


4 




E 



H 


7 


3/19/82 


A 


17 




N 




H 


7 


'./21/e2 


(. 


1 




N 




S 


7 


'./21/62 


1, 


1 h 




N 




s 


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'./22/82 


(. 


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<./25/82 


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7 


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( 


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5/07/92 


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11 


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7 


7/08/92 


A 


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H 




9/19/B2 


II 


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9/22/92 


A 


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2 


12/03/B2 


D 


Q 


P 


P 




H 


7 


6/14/82 


A 


A 




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s 


2 


7/23/82 


A 


A 




L 





2 1/15/82 A 4 

2 4/09/82 A 4 

2 4/19/02 A 4 

2 4/22/82 A 10 



s 


7 


1/26/82 


A 


4 L 




s 


7 


2/25/92 


A 


16 P N 




s 


7 


2/27/82 


A 


12 P P 


T1T 


s 


7 


3/22/=2 


A 


7 P P 


r56 


s 


7 


5/11/82 


A 


4 L 




s 


2 


7/14/82 


A 


13 N 





H 2 7/28/82 B 4 P P S7fe 



1/28/82 
10/10/82 



3/15/82 
3/15/82 



3 
22 



H 2 2/05/92 C 



H 7 


2/02/92 


a 


5 


N 




S 7 


2/02/92 


A 


7 


N 




H 7 


5/28/82 


B 


1 


N 


BSI 


H 7 


10/07/82 


A 


/ 


N 




H 7 


10/08/92 


A 


9 


N 




S ? 


10/09/82 


A 


7 


N 




H 7 


10/12/82 


u 


1 


N 


B51 


S 2 


10/12/92 


i 


1 


N 


F30 


H 7 


7/01/82 


r 


1 n 


N 




H 2 


12/17/82 


A 


11 


N 





MONTHLY/AN 



N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 130 
l/0''/83 



S I T 

E L r 

C ?G L » 



S'^E ALSO LAWSUITS. DURHAM COUNT* 
SEE ALS3 LAWSUITS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS. U.S. 

!aauP SUES CO" NIGHT "iUSES 

DURHA- NIGHT EUS XUNS ORDERED „^,„„,^ 
COuSt REJECTS INMATE ACCESS D RECORDS 
LEGAL DESTITUTION CHALLENGED ,,„ 
^IlIT FILED ON LOOSE SURLEY TO? ACCO ^_ 
SUIT IS FILED iGAINST UNION AND 3REWERY 

n *^S OFUNTONS (GENERAL HEADINGl 
^'- SEE REUNIONS (OTHER THAN FA-ILTI 

CLASSIC VENTURES LTD. 

FCC ASKED TO "(AB SALE 

RADIO STATION WOBS SOLD 

woes SOLD 

FIR 

CLA 

FOU 



-ES RADIO STATION 
NED STATION 
-EN 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



2/12/B2 B 

2/12/32 C 

2/16/52 A 

2/16/82 A 

2/l^/»2 A 

3/03/'"2 a 

5/27/82 B 

12/0?/92 A 

12/09/32 C 



10/02/52 
a/05/82 
3/05/92 
8/19/92 
3/18/82 
10/05/92 
10/05/82 





N 


151 






or 




N 


951 




N 


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N 


H6B 




N 





( 



N L41 

N 

N L41 



CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 

"lo;l;|-Ap'8u^o'i|RE? HOWS THAT AGAIN7 

clay co'<''unicati?ns inc. 

monroe newspaper sold „.„^. 
fir" purchases wonroe paper 

"^"-"^clI'Ton'officer killed at ni&htspot 




COUNTIES" roads funds at STAK' 



clean^co-hunity^syste.^^ beautiful 

''iFFOR?s'-BEGIN FOR A CLEAN CO-*' 
CABLE EXPANSION IN DURHAM COUN 
SPARKS FLY AGAIN OVER DURHAM C 
CHANGING ATTITUDES TO LICK LIT 
LITTER ON THE POLES ,., 
LITTLE RIVER LITTER APPALLING 

CLEAN SYSTEMS STRIVING TO '^LD 

.RITER CALLS FOR ALERTNESS AGA 

A CORPS CF LITTER HA.KS 

STT5C< THE WEFas 

HEALTH FAIR TO OFFER PUBLIC FR 

IT'S J CHALLENGE 

AN CPIDEMIC OF CLEANLINESS 

N" WAY TO FIGHT LITTER. . . 

... iUT HERE'S 1 300D APPRO 

CLEAN COMMUNITIES SEEKS HELP 

CLFAN CCM-UNITIES S'UOIES aUDf 

RECREATION SITES TARGET OF CL= 

DURHAM PiRKS TO GET CI^EANED FD 

SOMETHING UNUSUAL IS INSIDE PA 

CLEANING UP 

LANDING A HAND 

JUDGING ENTRIFS 

CLEANING UP OUR PARKS 

OUR PLEASANT VIEWS ARE MARREO 

9 AGENCIES SEEK COUNTY FUNDS 

RFC=IVE5 AWART 

9"aGEVCIES seek t200.000 

SJn-cIt? "no'ng may 9E cut 

CLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTE- OF DURH 
CLEAN COMMUNITY OFFICERS WILL 

SCnnoLS "IN oEAUTY »«1RDS 

ClSaN CoSiuNITY SYSTEM TO M»R< 

LIT-'EP LEADERS 

OFFICERS SOCIALIZE ,,.,t,. , 

GROUP HOPES FIR ENTHUSIASTIC » 

ANNFXAT'ON REACTION MIXED 

5-= APPl.iCANTS SEEK CLEAN CITY 

JFNNINCS HEADS GROUP 

CLEANUP DRIVE DIRECTOR NAMED 

CL=AN COMMUNITY UNIT PICKS OU' 

PINPOINTING AREAS 

CLEAN CCM"UNITY MEETING SET 

WINDERS IS CHAIRMAN OF GOVERN- 

CLEANUP'EFFORTS BEGIN IN THRE 
SANTA TO VISIT DURHAM NOV. 28 

oiRHAi'^^uLE PARADE TO GET NEW 
PARADE APPLICATIONS ARE DUE N 
DURHAM CAN BECOME A CLEANER CD 
•FEARLESS' MR. DID ARRIVES 



PROGRAM 

UNITY 

TY RUNNING ON TIME 

ABLEVISION 

TER PROBLEM 



SSOM' ITS EFFORTS 
INST LITTER 



EE MEDICAL SCREENING 



CH 

ET BID 

ANJP 

R SPRING TODAY 

PER 



BY TRASH 



AM INC. 1982 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE 
BEGIN TERMS ON JULY I 

FIRST ANNIVERSARY 

OSTER CLEANUP 
JOB OFFERING 

HAM FOR MEET 

ENT PANEL 
-COUNTY AREA 

SPONSOR 
'V. 1 
MMJNITY 



^'-'tEE^ALSo'IiEp'^ERICA BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM 

"vOLbNTEERrloUGHT TO HELP CLEAN ORANGE COUNTY ROADS 
CLEANUP PROJECT SET SEPT. 11 

CLEAN WATER BONO ISSUE 

SEE N.C. CLEAN WATER BONDS ACT 
SEE «ATFR BONO ISSUE 

riFMMONS STATE FOREST 

HI. THERE. !•"< A LOBLOLLY PINE. . . 

ClEMSON UNIV. SPORTS Tufjr^ arf 

?2r ip s°B?^M°-';f "H^LisioHn ;ss oi^ aSS' 

tl'ii i^^Jlf Ai^r'sA^^'cONNECTED TO CLEMSON 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS. J'^EBALL 

TIGERS TOP PICKS IN ACC BASEBALL 
TAR HEELS UPSET CLEMSON 



H 2 3/19/82 B 1 U 



H 2 4/19/82 A 5 
H 2 7/13/82 B 1* 



H 2 1/31/82 A 1 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



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7/Z2/S7 A 

ZIZ7m C 

3/18/92 A 

5/01/82 A 

12/27/82 A 



1/03/92 I 
l/0A/°2 ( 
1/05/B2 ; 
1/06/82 . 
1/11/82 I 
1/19/82 
1/27/82 
1/30/82 
2/D3/82 
2/21/82 
2/26/82 
2/26/92 
3/02/92 
3/04/62 
3/1A/82 
3/14/82 
3/16/82 
3/25/82 
4/15/92 
4/17/82 
4/18/92 
4/18/82 
4/20/92 
4/24/32 
4/24/92 
4/25/92 
4/27/92 
4/27/82 
4/29/92 
5/11/82 
5/21/82 
6/01/92 
6/02/92 
6/03/82 
6/17/82 
5/13/82 
6/19/82 
i/24/82 
7/01/82 
7/12/92 
7/24/92 
7/29/32 
7/30/82 
9/07/82 
8/18/92 
a/21/82 
3/25/82 
8/27/82 
9/09/»2 
10/01/92 
10/01/82 
10/12/82 
10/20/92 
12/11/92 
12/31/92 



N M09 

N F3n 

N 981 
E 



1 

13 

1 

1 

1 L 
I [ 

3 : 
3 ■ 

4 

4 

1 

1 I 

1 

I I 

1 
14 
14 I 

1 
10 

3 

4 

9 

1 

1 

3 
1 

R 

3 
1 
3 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
I 
1 



T37 
T37 



C55 
B81 
C56 
<90 



o S76 
N C42 
N K90 
H K90 
N S83 



S83 
T37 



T37 
583 

se3 



2 4/05/82 e 
2 9/02/92 C 



2 3/27/82 D 1 P F W66 



S 2 
H 2 



1/21/82 
3/07/82 
7/02/82 
3/23/82 



3/01/82 D 6 
3/19/92 C 2 



CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS. BASKETBALL 



MONTHLy/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



S U B J E 



PACK DEADLY fO-* OUTSIDE AS TIGERS FALL 

CLEWSON LCSES GKOUNO IN 1ST Hz 1 ACC GAME 

YOUNG. WAKE WHIP TIGEi^S 

OFF-TARGET TIGERS HELP 3LUE DEVILS TO 50-'.'. VICTORY 

TIGERS «ISS 74 PERCENT OF FG TRIES 

JNC-CLEMSON ODDITY: THIS SHAFFER'S A TIGER 

TAR HEELS RALLY TO TURN 3ACK :lEHSON 

OOHERTY HELPS UNC LIVE THROUGH SLUMP 

SHAFFFR: THE KIT CAN PLAY 

GILLIAM. CLEHSON SURPRISE U0L= PACK 

DEACONS TRAMPLE CLEMSON 

CLEMSDN BOLTS EARLY, WHIPS MARYLAND 

POECISION IN SPREAD KEYS UNC 

TAYLOR LEAD": DUKE OVER CLEMSOM: BLUE OEVIL SENIOR SOWS OUT. . . 

TAYLOR EXITS WITH MIRACLE FINISH 

CLEMSON NAILS EASTERN SHORE 

STEPPE ADDS FIRE TO ACC OPENI>(G 

ROLLINS DENIES CHARGE. SAYS BOOK INACCURATE 

CAVS SIOESTFP UPSET THREAT FROM CLEMSON 

RESPECT: DAVID SHAFFER EARNS IT 

CAVS. TIGERS ADD RECRUITS 

NO SUPERSTARS. YET NO DOGS ON TYPICAL LIST DF CLEMSON'S TALENT 

SHAFFFR SCORES 2<. IN CLEMSON ^ l'^ 

TIGERS LOSE ONE. RED-SHIRT THREE 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS. FENCING 

DESPITE SECOND IN NCAAS. TIGE' FENCING MAY LOSE ITS SWORDS 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS. FOOTBALL 

CLEMSON. FORD IN "BIGGEST- GA-E AGAINST NEBRASKA 

CLEMSON TOPPLES NEBRASKA, 22-15: TIGERS HOLD OFF C0RNHU5KERS. . . 

POLL CCNFIRMS 'PAW POWER' 

NUMPER ONE NO EASY TASK 

TIGERS GET INVITATION FRO" REAGAN 

TIGERS ANNOUNCE FOOTBALL RECRUITS 

FORD: FILE ON VIOLATIONS 'THICK' 

BOOTED TIGER ROOSTER SUES HIS ALMA MATER 

NCAA TO PUNISH TIGERS? 

NCAA OFFICIALLY OPENS CLEMSON INVESTIGATION 

CLEMSON GIVEN TIME EXTENSION ?Y NCAA GROUP 

CLEMSON SAYS - GULP - IT WILL SWALLOW NCAA'S PILL 

HERSCHEL INJURED; TO MISS CLEMSON 

REBUILDING TIGERS STILL TOUGH BUNCH 

BIGGEST OF THE BIG TWO: CLEMSON AND DEATH VALLEY 

TIGERS THUMBS UP FOR WALKER 

THE TIGER RAG SOUTH CAROLINA'S BIGGEST HIT 

NCAA QUERIES JORDAN 

CLEMSON SETTLES FOR TIE WITH 3C 

JORDAN HELD OUT IN CLEMSON'S WIN 

RUNNING BACKS LEAD CLEMSON PAST VIRGINIA 

CRIPPLED TIGERS EYE BENNETT 

EPPLEY A ThO-SPORT STAR AT CLEMSON 

FORC: COACHING FOOTBALL THE TOP PRIORITY 

ATCHLEY: UNIVERSITY SUFFERS AS NCAA PROBE LINGERS ON 

RECENT HISTORY AGAINST ?LUE DEVILS 

FORD SEES DUKE CONTEST AS SIG^IPOST FOR DIRECTION TO CLEMSON'S FORTUNES 

CLEMSON RUNNING GAME OVERWHELMS DUKE 

BLUE OEVILS DIE IN DEATH VALLEY 

CLEMSON PE^^ALIZED BY NCAA 

SCORING BURSTS CARRY CLEMSON PAST WOLFPACK 

SOS WOLFPACK: SAME OLD STORY 

FORO-KIFFIN EXCHANGE CONCERNED PROBE 

CLEMSON. NCAA OFFICIALS TO "EE T? 

JORDAN NEWEST WITNESS FOR CLEMSON AT HEARING 

NCAA'S DECISION ON CLEMSON CASE NOT YET PUBLIC 

ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS... 

UNC FORD'S TOP CONCERN 

UNC-CLEMSON GAME LACKS LUSTER 

FORD: LOSS TO TERRS PUTS PRESSURE ON UNC 

TIGERS TURN BACK TAR HEELS, lS-13 

MISSED CATCHES LEAVE TAR HEELS COMING UP EMPTY 

TIGERS KILL LAST TAR HEEL DREAMS 

CLEMSON. ACC MUM ON PAPER'S PROBATION REPORT 

REPORT SAYS TIGERS TO GET 2-YEAR PENALTY 

TERRS' TURNOVERS TAKE TIGERS TO ACC TITLE 

PAPFR: CLEMSON WON'T GO TO BOWL 

TIGERS WON'T ACCEPT BOWL BIO 

CLEMSON DEFENSE SHUTS DOWN USC; TERRS ROUT CAVS 

CLEMSON'S PENALTIES STIFFENED 

CLEMSON'S ATCHLEY MAINTAINS POSITIVE FACE DURING ORDEAL 

CLEMSON'S VIOLATIONS 

TIME RIPE FOR RFFORM 

TIGERS AIM JT ACC TITLE WITHOUT AUSTIN 

SAO STATES OF AFFAIRS 

CLEMSON'S LOSS IS OTHERS' GAIN 

CLEMSON VICTORY OVER WAKE NAILS DOWN ACC TITLE 

ATCHLEY: ACCREDITATION IDEA FDR COLLEGE ATHLETIC FUTURE 

AD'S AUTHORITY CUT IN TIGERS' SHAKEUP 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS. GOLF 

CLEMSON PLAYER, TEAM TAKE LEAD IN GOLF TOURNEY 
CLEMSON, INMAN EMERGE AS CHAMPS 
TIGERS PULL SURPRISE 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS, SOCCER 
SEE ALSO SOCCER 

ACC'S BALANCE ON DISPLAY IN '» 2 SOCCER CAMPAIGN 

TOP-RANKED CLEMSON, UNBEATEN 3LUE DEVILS MEET IN ACC SOCCER 

BLUE DEVILS SLIP-SLIDE PAST TIGERS 

BLUE DEVILS KICK TIGERS 

TIGER srCCER GETS THE BOOT 

TIGERS KICK STATE 

LOLLA'S BOOT PROPELS DUKE PAST CLEMSON 

BLUE DEVILS KICK TIGERS IN OVERTIME 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS, WOMEN 

CLEMSON'S BARBARA KENNEDY SETS EXAMPLE FOR OPPONENTS TO FOLLOW 
TERRAPINS. TIGERS ADVANCE TO 'INAL IN WOMEN'S ACC 
MARYLAND CAPTURES FOURTH ACC WOMEN'S TITLE 

CLERKS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO COUNTY CLERKS. N.C. 
A LITTLE COURTESY 
DISSERVICE 

CLEVELAND COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. 
JAIL ABUSE CASE PROBED 

CLEVEPAC (BUSINESS) 

U.S. JUDGE DISMISSES SUIT OVE'. TREATMENT PLANT WORK 

CLICK 'N' CLOGGERS 
SEE ALSO CLOGGERS 
SAND WINS HONORS 



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M71 


H 2 


2/25/92 


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R66 


H 2 


2/29/82 


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H 2 


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C52 


H 2 


3/05/92 


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H 2 


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S91 


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4/22/82 


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F25 


H 2 


11/17/82 









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H 2 


12/04/92 


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N 




H 2 


12/26/82 


6 






N 


C52 



H 2 3/2 3/92 B 



H 2 


1/01/82 


C 




p 


N 




H ' 


1/D2/62 


B 




p 


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H 2 


1/03/92 


B 




p 


N 




H 2 


1/03/92 


B 




P 


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H 2 


1/24/92 


B 






N 




S 2 


2/12/82 









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H 2 


2/24/92 


C 






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H 2 


2/24/82 


c 






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S 2 


3/08/82 


D 






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H 2 


3/30/82 


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H 2 


7/02/82 


c 






N 




H 2 


7/09/82 


c 






N 




H 2 


3/22/92 


B 






N 




H 2 


8/22/82 


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17 




N 




H 2 


8/29/92 


B 






U 


S91 


H 2 


9/01/92 


C 






G 




H 2 


9/05/92 


3 







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S 2 


9/16/82 


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N 




H 2 


9/19/82 


3 






N 




H 2 


10/03/92 


B 




p 


N 




H 2 


10/10/92 


3 






N 




S 2 


10/14/82 


B 






F 


F25 


S 2 


10/15/92 


D 




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F2 


H 2 


10/15/82 


C 




p 


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S9 


H 2 


10/ 5/82 


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S9 


H 2 


10/16/82 


B 




p 


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H 2 


10/16/92 


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H 2 


10/17/82 


B 






N 


S9 


S 2 


10/18/82 







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H 2 


10/23/82 


3 






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H 2 


10/24/82 


8 






N 


S91 


S 2 


0/25/82 


D 




p 


U 


018 


H 2 


0/27/82 


C 






N 




S 2 


10/28/92 


3 






N 




H 2 


0/30/82 









N 




H 2 


1/02/92 


B 






N 




H 2 


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S 






U 


M71 


H 2 


/03/82 


B 






N 




S 2 


. /05/82 









N 


P55 


H 2 


1 /D6/92 


B 




p 


N 


S91 


H 2 


1 /07/S2 


e 






N 


S91 


H 2 


1 /07/82 


B 




P 


N 


S91 


S 2 


11/08/82 


D 




P 


U 


F25 


H 2 


11/ID/B2 


C 






N 




H 2 


11/11/82 









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H 2 


1/ 4/82 


B 




P 


N 


E93 


H 2 


11/14/82 


B 






N 




H 2 


,1/17/82 


C 






N 




H 2 


1/21/92 


B 






N 




H 2 


1/24/82 


B 




p 


N 




H 2 


/25/32 


D 






N 




H 2 


1/25/92 









N 




S 2 


11/26/82 


A 






E 




H 2 


1/27/82 


B 






N 




H 2 


1/29/82 


3 






J 


M71 


H 2 


,1/28/82 


B 


11 




N 


S9I 


H 2 


11/29/92 


B 






N 




H 2 


12/14/92 


E 




p 


p 




H 2 


12/21/82 


3 


2 




N 




H 2 


4/18/82 


n 


1 


P 


N 


PD7 


H 2 


4/19/82 


B 


2 




N 


POT 


S 2 


4/19/82 


D 


12 




N 




H 2 


9/05/82 


B 


11 




N 


C52 


H 2 


5/26/82 


B 


10 




N 


C52 


H 2 


9/27/82 


S 


2 


P 


N 


C52 


S 2 


9/27/92 


D 


4 




N 




H 2 


10/03/92 


a 


2 


D 


J 


C52 


S 2 


10/04/82 


D 


6 




N 




H 2 


11/22/82 


B 


2 




N 





S 2 11/22/32 D 5 P N P55 



2 2/26/82 C 1 P F 
2 2/28/82 B 7 P N 
2 3/01/92 B 3 N 



H 2 3/29/82 A 4 E 
H 2 6/12/82 A 4 E 



S 2 10/05/92 C 3 N 

H 2 4/20/82 A 9 N M2 3 

H I 3/30/92 B I P N 



HONTMLY/AN 



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1/01/S2 - 12/31/82 



PAGE 132 
1/07 /8i 



S?E ALSO AIR POLLUTION 
SEE ALSO uEATHEKi U.S. 

RECENT COLD SNAP =ELIES .(ARMING TRENO 

AUTC EXHAUSTS SEEN INFLUENCING WEATHER 

TELL IT IN JULY 

CLINCH RIVER BREEDER REACTOR 

OEVELDP"ENT DF 3REEDE' 3E4CT03 URGED 

CLIPPED CC*'MENTARY (DURHAM MORNING HERALD EDITORIAL SERIES! 
CLIPPED CDH^ENT 
CLIPPED CCH»ENT 
CLIPPED CGHMENT 
CLIPPED CDM"ENT 
CLIPPED CDM''ENT 
CLIPPED COM-ENT 
CLIPPED COM>tENT 
DO THEY CASE SO LITTLE? 
CLIPPED COM"ENT 
CLIPPED CCHifENT 
CLIPPED COX-ENT 
CLIPPED COMHENT 

CLOGGERS 

SEE ALSO CLICK -H' CLOGGERS 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

SEE ALSO STONY CREEK CLOGGERS (DURHAM, N.C.I 
FIDDLERS PICNIC HAS CLOGGERS, aiJEGRASS 

CLONES (GENETIC human REPRODUCTIONS! 
SEE ALSO SCIENCE, RESEARCH 

PLANT CLONING FUTURE BRIGHT. SAYS BOTANIST 

CLOSED CAPTIONING 
SEE TELEVISION, 



DECODER 



CLOTHING 

SEE ALSO FASHION 
SEE ALSO HITS 
SEE ALSO SUITS 
SEE ALSO UNDERWEAR 

COMPUTERS HELP CREATE CLOTHES 
SINGER USES CLOTHING TRADEMAR< 

CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION OF THE U.S.A. 
TEXTILE UNION REPORTS NEW CONTRACT OK • 

CLOWNS 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
"BE A CLOWN. ?E A CLOWN. . . " 
BALLOONS 101? 

CLU8 BLVD. SCHOOL 

HAMMONDS URGES END TO PAIRING 

ZONING PROPOSALS PREPARE CITY FOR MIDDLE SCHOOLS 

MAKING "USIC 

GOODBYE TO A FRIEND 

CLYDE 5EATTY-C0LE BROTHERS CIRCUS 
SEE ALSO CLOWNS 

3IG TCP WILL GO UP THIS HORNING AT ALAMANCE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS 
SEAOC" FOR CIRCUS: WHO "OVEO THOSE ELEPHANTS? 

CLYDESDALES 

JURY SELECTION "AY END TOOAY 
S400,000 SUIT FILED IN CLYOESD 
YOUTH'S PARENTS SEEK SSOO,000 
CLY?ESOALE SHOW TRIAL OPENS I' 
HORSE SHOW INJURY CASE CONTI^^J 
HORSE SHOW ARGUMENTS PRESENTE"" 
WITNESSES SAY NO SECURITY PAT' 
■-CRSE SHOW TRIAL CONTINUES 
JURY "EARS OF 'HORRIFYING' CAR 
SLIDES SHO.N TO JURORS 
DOCTORS: CRASH'S COSTS STILL ' 
INJURIES DESCRIBED AT CLYDESDA 
DURHAM POY ALMOST DIED from i^) 
DEFENDANTS SEEK DIRECTED VERDI 
FINAL ARGUMENTS EXPECTED IN SJ 
CLYDESDALE CASE GOES TO JURY ^ 
JURY PEGINS DELIBERATIONS IN S 
CLYDESDALE JURY TO MEET AJilN 
Sill, DOC AWAROED FOR BOYS' INJ 
2 BOYS AWARDED Sill, 000 IN CLY 
CLYDESDALE JURY AWARDS REDUCED 
SETTLEMENT CUT IN BOYS' INJURI 

CO-OPS 

SEE FOOD CO-OPS 



OR CIVIL SUIT 
ALE INCIDENT 

HILLSBOROUGH 
ES 

OLS DURING tCRSE SHOW 

PLUNGE INTO CROWD 

ISING 

LE SHOW TRIAL 

JURIES, DOCTOR SAYS 

CTS IN SI. 4 MILLION SUIT 

IT OVER BOYS' INJURIES 

OOAY 

UIT OVER 50YS' INJURIES 

URIES 

DESDALE SHOW WRECK 



COACHES 

SEE SPORTS, 



COACHES 



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DATE 


C 


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l/l''/82 


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R 


H 


/ 


1/20/92 


A 


h 


H 


2 


1/22/32 


A 


4 


H 


2 


12/13/82 


3 


7 


H 


? 


1/07/82 




u 


H 


> 


1/25/52 




4 


H 


/ 


1/28/52 




4 


H 


? 


2/07/82 




4 


H 


? 


2/l3/?2 




4 


H 


? 


in^lil 




4 


H 


? 


4/30/82 




4 


H 


7 


5/11/32 




4 


H 


? 


6/10/82 




4 


H 


/ 


m^/ez 




4 


H 


7 


10/07/82 




4 


H 


2 


12/21/82 




4 



H 2 5/22/82 8 I N H60 
H 2 5/08/82 9 14 N 



H 


2 


2/21/82 


c 


a 


N 




H 


2 


9/24/82 


3 


2 


3 F 


H45 


H 


2 


5/03/82 


A 


5 


N 




H 


2 


4/30/82 


D 


6 


P N 




H 


2 


5/07/82 




I 


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W66 


H 


2 


11/19/82 


a 


I 


P P 


T37 


H 


2 


2/23/82 


c 


1 


N 


W24 


s 


2 


2/23/82 


3 


1 


N 


DOS 


s 


2 


5/20/82 


C 


1 


o p 


'■37 


s 


I 


3/24/82 


s 


1 


P P 


T37 


H 


1 


4/21/82 


c 


1 


N 




H 


1 


4/22/82 


B 


1 


P U 


H50 


H 


2 


12/01/92 


A 


17 


N 




H 


2 


2/26/82 


B 


1 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


2/26/82 


A 


11 


N 




H 


2 


11/30/82 


5 


1 


N 


M36 


s 


2 


11/30/32 


C 


1 


N 




s 


2 


12/01/82 


A 


11 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


12/02/°2 


A 


14 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


12/02/82 


c 


1 


N 


W36 


H 




12/03/82 


s 


I 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


2/03/82 


c 


1 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


2/04/32 


c 


1 


N 


W35 


H 


2 


2/07/82 


A 


4 


N 


W3& 


s 


2 


2/07/82 


A 


I 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


2/0S/92 


3 


10 


N 




s 


2 


2/38/82 


A 


1 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


2/09/82 


3 


7 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


12/09/92 


A 


1 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


12/10/82 


9 


1 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


12/10/82 


A 


1 


N 


W36 


H 




12/11/32 


A 


1 


N 




H 


2 


12/15/82 


A 


17 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


12/15/82 


A 


17 


N 





COAL 

SEE ALSO NATURAL RESOURCES 
CPCL CO. SUED 

SHIPMENTS OF COAL WILL 8E RESJMEO TO "GREHEAD CITY 
COAL PLANS =I22LE IN N.C. 

COAL SLURRY TERMlNiLS PROPOSE'! OFF COAST 

SINKING EXPORTS ANC OIL PRICES KILL OFF COAL EUPHORIA 
WILMINGTON OKS ZONING REVISION 
DUKE POWER HAS NEW COAL CONTRACT 
REP'^RT RAPS DUKE POWER COAL 

FIRST COAL TO ARRIVE TOOAY AT MAYO PLANT 
CPcL WILL TEST USE OF PEAT 

rnai^— PTRCQ P'^mER PLANTS 

■ SEE ALSO UTILITY PLANTS (SEE AL' NAMES OF PARTICULAR ELECTRICAL UTILITIES! 

STATE, UTILITIES OFFICIALS 0E= END PROPOSALS TO RELAX SOOT LIMITS 

POWER COMPANY IS SEEKING TO GJARO NUCLEAR INVESTMENTS 

PANEL cXTENOS FLY ASh VARIANCE 

REDUCTION URGED IN vEpCO PROFITS 

MAGAZINE RANKS OUKE POWER MOST EFFICIENT ELECTRIC UTILITY 

PLANT EMISSION PLAN IS PRAISE^ 

FLJE GAS STUDY CONTINUED 

PO-ER PLANT EMISSIONS SAID TOO GREAT 

POwER PLANTS GET EXTENSION OF VARIANCES 

COAL MINING 

THAT'S A MI-HTY BIG HOLE 

OUKE POWER MULLS SELLING COAL MINES 

COALITION FOP FREEDOM 

SEE ALSO CONSERVATIVES 
GROUP HEADED BY HELMS, 

COALITION TO SAVE HUMANITY 



s 


2 


1/30/32 


A 


18 


N 


H 


2 


3/31/82 


A 


16 


N 


s 


2 


5/02/82 


C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


5/03/32 


A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


5/05/82 





10 


N 


H 


2 


7/31/92 


c 


8 


N 


H 


2 


7/15/92 


3 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/15/82 


c 


1 


N 


H 


1 


10/19/82 


a 


1 


N 


H 


I 


12/02/92 


n 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/30/92 


A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


5/ 0/92 


a 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/ 4/92 


A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


5/ 4/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


3/28/82 


6 


12 


N 


H 


2 


9/11/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


10/2''/82 


A 


5 


N 


s 


2 


12/09/82 


C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


12/10/82 


A 


7 


N 



EAST T? AIR PROGRAM ON KGB 



" 2 7/14/82 A 4 E 
H 2 3/H/°2 3 14 N 



H 2 3/28/92 8 12 N 



MQNTHL*/* 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 133 
1/07/33 



HUMAN SURVIVAL DAY TODAY 
BALLOON DAY 

A COAST OF TREFS IPOETRY BOOK 1 

N.C. >1ATIVE"S POEWS HIN NATIONAL AWARD 

COASTAL ALUMINU>1 CORP. 

FIRH CANCELS PLAN FOR SMELTING PLANT IN N.C. 

COASTAL AREA MANAGFHENT ACT 

SEE N.C. COASTAL MANAGEMENT ACT 

COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT ACT 

SEE N.C. COASTAL MANAGEMENT ACT 

COBALT 

FIRM'S PLAN TO USE COilALT DR AJ S SOME OPPOSITION IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE TO EXPRESS OPPOSITION TO PLANT 

ALAMANCE 30ARD HEARS SUPPORT = OR PROCESSING FIRM 

COBLE DAIRY PRODUCTS 

MILK COMMISSION LEVIES FINES AGAINST 3 DAIRY DISTRIBUTORS 

COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 

PRESIDENT OF COCA-COLA CO. TO ADDRESS DURHAM CHAMBER 
CHAMBER BANQUET SCHEDULED 
rfE SUPPORT DURHAM'S FUTURE 
TOMER TWEETERS 
RECEIVES GIFT 

COCAINE 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

2 MEN IN DURHAM FOR DIET CONVICTED ON DRUG CHARGE 
FOOD. COINS STOLEN FROM DURHAM HOME 

LUCAS ADMITS DRUG PROBLEM 
DRUGS TAKEN IN DURHAM RAID 
DEFENDANT SAYS HE SOUGHT COCAINE 
MAN SAID LOOKING FOR DRUG CONNECTION 
FIVE PERSONS ARPESTEO ON DRUG CHARGES 
MAN SENTENCED IN COCAINE CASE 
SPECIAL DELIVERY? 

3 SENTENCED IN COCAINE CASE 
MAGISTRATE FACES DRUG COUNTS 
31 CHARGED IN DRUG RAID 

DRUG COUNSELOR BELIEVES DURHAM COCAINE USE ON RISE 

INVESTIGATION FOLLOWS OFFICER' S ARREST 

MAN HELD ON COCAINE. 'POT' CHARGES 

DURHAM MAN WILL FACE DRUG POSSESSION CHARGES 

BOND POSTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

MESSAGE FROM A SUICIDE 

SFIZED DRUGS ADMITTED INTO EVIDENCE 

JUDGE WILL ALLOW DRUGS AS EVIDENCE 

POLICE. SBI SEIZE COCAINE 

COCAINE SEIZED 

2 CHARGED WITH SELLING COCAINE 

TWO ARRESTED IN 'AFTERMATH' OF DRUG BUST 
DRUG ABUSE IN NFL ICARTOONI 

3 PEOPLE INDICTED IN COCAINE CASES 
GREENSBORO FIREFIGHTER IS CHANGED 
EX-POLICEMAN SENTENCED IN ORUS CASE 
MAN GETS 6 YEARS ON DRUG CHAROE 
PICKETT SENTENCED TO 6 YEARS 
PICKETT'S TERM REDUCED 

FIVE PEOPLE ARRESTED FOR COCAINE 

TWO ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID 

RAIDS BRING DRUG ARRESTS AT 2 STORES 

EX-GOVERNOR'S SON AT HOSPITAL 

BOB SCOTT'S SON TAKEN TO HOSPITAL 

OFFICEPS NAB WOMAN ON COCAINE CHARGES 

WOMAN FACES DRUG CHARGES 

RAID FIGURE SENTENCED; 52,000 FINE ORDERED 

S2 MILLION BONOS SET IN DRUG 'AID 

JURY INDICTS SIX PEOPLE IN DRJG CASE 

COCKROACHES 

ROACH KILLER 



A DANGEROUS MIXTURE 



COCKTAILS 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 
LIQUID EDUCATION 

COCONUT PIE 

•BEAST OF lakEwOOO' is IDENTIFIED 

CODEPODK CORP. 

SUIT BROUGHT AGAINST MICA 

COFFEE 

see also tea 
coffee kept the goats awake 
decaffeinated coffee linked t: cancer 

coffee. health effects 

decaffeinated coffee linked t3 cancer 

coffee cake 

coffee cake's oay brightener 

coggin pontiac 

coggin pontiac wins award 

cohabitation 

see unmarried couples 

coinjock bridge 

collision closes coinjock bridge 

coinjock bridge reopens 

currituck bridge reopens 

wanted man caught in chase 

<.-lane bridge is approved for coinjock 

colchicine 

see also drugs 
colchicine offers back pain relief 

COLCOR 

SEE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION. "COLCOR" INVESTIGATION 

COLD HANDS DISEASE 

SEE RAYNAUD'S DISEASE 

COLO SUMMER OF 1316 

THE YEAR WITHOUT A SUMMER 

COLO WEATHER. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO FROZEN WATER PIPES 



5 

E 

C PG 



H 2 5/15/82 A 5 N 

H 2 5/16/32 A 6 P P T37 



S 2 1/06/82 A 8 
H 2 2/21/32 C 3 



1 11/11/82 B 1 P F 
1 11/16/82 3 1 N 
1 12/13/82 B 1 N 



H 2 


12/23/32 


A 


U 


N 




H 2 


1/20/32 


B 


1 


P N 




S 2 


1/20/82 


C 


4 


N 




H 2 


6/28/32 


A 


3 


P A 




H 2 


7/11/32 


c 


1 


P P 


S82 


S 2 


7/21/32 


c 


1 


P P 


M66 


H 2 


1/08/82 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


1/03/32 


c 


1 


N 




S 2 


l/l=>/82 


B 


2 


P N 




S 2 


1/2D/32 


C 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/21/32 


A 


13 


N 


951 


S 2 


1/21/82 


A 


12 


N 




H 1 


2/35/82 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/04/82 





6 


N 




H 2 


3/07/82 





A 


E 




H 2 


3/13/P2 


3 


7 


N 




H 2 


3/19/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 1 


3/23/82 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


3/27/82 


A 


1 


P F 


U57 


H 2 


3/23/82 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


<./l'5/32 


A 


12 


N 




S 2 


<./l'?/82 


C 


2 


N 




H 2 


<,/2D/32 


9 


12 


N 




H 2 


5/07/32 


A 


A 


E 




H 2 


5/19/82 


B 


1 


N 


851 


S 2 


5/19/32 


A 


8 


N 




S 2 


5/26/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


5/27/82 


A 


12 


N 




S 1 


6/10/82 


C 


1 


N 




H 2 


6/11/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


5/13/82 





4 


T T 


R56 


H 2 


3/18/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/03/32 


c 


3 


N 




H 2 


9/16/82 


B 


4 


N 




H 2 


9/17/62 


C 


18 


N 


S51 


S 2 


9/17/82 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


9/18/82 


A 


11 


N 


951 


S 2 


10/16/32 


A 


13 


M 




H 2 


10/31/32 


C 


1 


N 


M51 


H 2 


11/05/32 


A 


11 


N 




S 2 


12/10/32 


C 


1 


N 




H 2 


12/11/82 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


12/15/32 


B 


1 


N 


A54 


S 2 


12/16/82 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


12/17/82 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


12/19/82 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


12/23/82 


A 


9 


N 





S 2 12/24/82 A 



H 2 4/20/32 A 



H 2 2/03/82 6 1 U S36 
H 2 5/08/82 C 1 N F78 



H 2 4/03/32 A 4 E 
H 2 6/18/32 A 14 N 



S 2 7/14/82 A 9 U 

H 2 3/04/82 C 1 P F S56 

H 2 4/25/82 11 P P C56 



H 2 4/24/32 A 9 N 

H 2 4/26/32 A 8 N 

S 2 4/25/e? A 7 N 

S 2 7/19/82 B 6 N 

H 2 11/25/82 C 12 N 



S 2 5/04/32 A 8 



H 2 1/23/82 A 4 D E 



MONTHLY/4 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SEE ALSO WEATHER. DURHAM 

COLD? IT'S A REAL THERMA L- SL AS HER 

CITY SHIVERS IN NEAR-RECORD C3LD 

ARCTIC COLD CAUSES VEHICLE, HEATING PROBLEMS 

CnLb''AOVIci':^iH«pTO DO TO YOJR PIPES, PETS, CAR AND YOURSELF 

AT FIRST SIGN OF FRDSTBITE, SEE A DOCTOR 

POOR PEOPLE SEEK AID WITH HEATING, SHELTER 

HOW TO AVOID THE COLO CCARTOONI 

PROLONGED FREEZE BRINGS PAIN TO DURHAM'S POOR 

DURHAM DRIVERS BATTLE SNOW, FREEZING RAIN 

COLO-WEATHER VICTIMS CAN GET SHELTER, FOOD 

STORM FLAYS DURHAM ROADS 

ROADS STILL DANGEROUS; CREWS JEMAIN AT WORK 

DURHAM BRACES FOR MORE SNOW 

MISERY BROUGHT BY SIX INCHES TF NEW SNOW „ „ , , ,. ,^„ 

A SANCTUARY: ST. PHILIP'S OPEMS ITS DOORS TO THOSE WITHOUT SHELTER 

SLIP-SLIDING ALONG 

SHOPPING HABITS REFLECT WEATHER 

RDU FORECASTERS SMUG ABOUT RECORD 

PETS SUFFER FRO" COLD WEATHER TOO 

FRIGID READINGS EXPECTED 

SLED, WHEELBARROW OF WOOD TAKEN 

RELIEF CN WAY AFTER PLUNGE INTO FREEZER 

HOW 00 YOU SPELL RELIEF? w-A-^-M-F-R w-E-A-T-H-E-R 

WHEN THE NORTH POLE PACKED UP AND MOVED SOUTH 

BIG DRIP 

ICY ENO 

KUDOS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DU'HAM 

PLUSES WORTH NOTING 

WEATHER SLOWS STORE SALES 

DISSERVICE TO DRIVERS 

ICY TRIANGLE ROADS LEAD TO 12 WRECKS 

ICY ROADS CAUSE AT LEAST 12 W'ECKS 

60 YEARS AGO: WHEN IT WAS REALLY COLO 

SIGNS OF WINTER 

CARRIERS, OTHERS ON PAPER UNDAUNTED BY SNOW 

CLIPPED COMMENT 

LEAPFROG 

NOW WE KNOW WHO TO BLAME FOR ALL THIS WEATHER 

FREEZE ■'AY HIT DURHAM 

RECORD COLD HITS DURHAM 

WINTER GIVES DURHAM COLD. WET REMINDER 

TEMPERATURES TO DIP INTO TEENS TONIGHT 

WHEN DOES WINTER BEGIN? 

LOW TEMPERATURES HEAD FOR DURHAM 

COLD WEATHER. N.C. 

SEE ALSO FREEZE DAMAGE 
SEE ALSO FROSTBITE 
SEE ALSO WEATHER. N.C. 

THREE DIE IN N.C. COLD 

6 PEOPLE DIE. TEMPERATURE RECORDS TUMBLE AS COLD GRIPS N.C. 

N.C. BRACES FOR SNOW 

WINTER STOHM FORCES MANY CLOSINGS IN AREA COUNTIES 

ORANGE COUNTY WOMAN TREATED FOR HYPOTHERMIA 

SLED ACCIDENT HURTS TEEN-AGER 

BITTER COLD TO SPREAD ACROSS N.C. 

STATE WON'T GIVE TIME OFF 

ARCTIC WINDS TO SWEEP N.C. 

RELIEF ON WAY AFTER PLUNGE INTO FREEZER 

WHEN THE NORTH POLE PACKED UP AND MOVED SOUTH 

RECENT COLD SNAP BELIES WARMING TREND 

STORMS TO PUSH GROCERIES HIGHER 

MERCURY FELL. FUEL BILLS ROSE 

WIND AND COLO HIT N.C. AGAIN, THREATEN PLANTS 

COLD SNAP WORRIES AREA PRODUCERS OF TOBACCO 

WESTERN N.C. GETS SPRING COAT OF SNOW 

WEATHER NOT EIPECTEO TO SLOW TRAVEL IN N.C. 

OUTLOOK FOR N.C. IS FRIGID 

COLD BOOSTS POWER DEMAND BUT >J RECORDS SET 

COLD: IT CAN MEAN BETTER BUSINESS FOR SOME COMPANIES IN N.C. 

COLD WEATHER. U.S. 

SEE ALSO WEATHER, U.S. 

THE YEAR WITHOUT A SUMMER 

GALLOWS HUMOR 

THE ICE AGE COMETH? 

''"""see also DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES! 
NOTHING MUCH CAN BE DONE ABOUT COMMON COLD 
PASSING PARADE 

COLE CONSTRUCTION CO. 

YOUTH GRABS BAG CONTAINING CASH 
BREAK-IN NETS TELEVISION SET 

COLE MILL CHURCH OF CHRIST 

FAITH AND MEDICINE: SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS STAGED FOR DUKE 

COLE PARK PLAZA 

SHOPPING CENTER PLANNED IN CHATHAM 

CHATHAM EXTENDS PERMIT 

CHATHAM SHOPPING CENTER ON SCHEDULE 

COLGATE-PALMOLIVE HALL OF FAME GOL= CLASSIC 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

HALL OF FAME WILL BE HELD 

FINAL HALL OF FAME TOURNAMENT THIS WEEK 

COLIFORM BACTERIA 

SEE ALSO BACTERIA 

WATER SYSTEMS CITED OVER BACTERIA TESTS 

WATER SYSTEM OPERATORS CITED 

SCHOOL'S WATER STILL UNSAFE 

OAK LANE SCHOOL TO GET NEW WELL 

3 CITED FOR WATER SYSTEMS 

PENALTIES POSSIBLE FOR WATER VIOLATIONS 

COLLAGEN 

SEARLE SCHOLAR TO STUDY TISSU' DISEASE 
KAUFMAN TO USE GRANT FOR COLLAGEN RESEARCH 

COLLARDS 

RETIREMENT LEAVES O.C. SNIPES FREE TO WORK IN GARDEN 

COLLECTING 

SEE ALSO HOBBIES 

COLLECTION OF LIGHT BULBS KEEPS S-YEAR-OLO BUZZING 
SHE LOVES HER OLD FOLKS' HOME 

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 
SEE ALSO LABOR LAWS 
SEE ALSO TEACHER UNIONS 



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P C 


DATE 


C PC 


L 


P 


3YL 




H ? 


l/lD/92 


A I 




N 






H 2 


1/ l/°2 


A 


P 


N 


S36 




S 2 


1/11/B2 


A 


p 


N 


F30 




S 2 


1/ 1/92 


C 


p 


P 


C56 




H 2 


1/12/82 


a 


p 


F 


V05 




H 2 


1/12/82 


B 




F 


W24 




S 2 


1/12/82 


A ] 




N 


F30 




H 2 


/13/82 


A i 


T 


T 


R56 




H 2 


/13/B2 


B 




N 


»8l 




S 2 


/13/82 


A 


D 


N 


008 




S 2 


1/13/82 


A 




N 


F30 




H 2 


l/l'./92 


A 


D 


N 






S 2 


1/14/82 


C 


P 


N 


F30 




S 2 


1/14/82 


A 


P 


N 


DDB 




H 2 


1/15/82 


A 


P 


N 






H 2 


1/15/82 


B 


P 


N 


B81 




S 2 


1/15/82 


C 


P 


P 


C56 




S 2 


1/15/82 


c 




N 


533 




S 2 


1/16/82 


A 




N 


008 




S 2 


1/16/82 


A 




N 


F30 




S 2 


1/16/82 


A 




N 


DOS 




S 2 


1/16/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


1/17/62 


A 




N 






H 2 


1/13/82 


A 




N 


S36 




H 2 


1/18/82 


B 




U 


S36 




H 2 


1/18/82 


3 


P 


P 


R91 




S 2 


1/13/82 


A 


1 P 


P 


M66 




H 2 


l/l<'/82 


A 




E 






H 2 


1/19/82 


6 


D 


U 






H 2 


1/20/82 


A 


. 


E 






S 2 


1/21/82 


c 




N 


S83 




H 2 


1/22/82 


A 


5 


L 






S 2 


1/23/82 


A 




N 


U57 




H 2 


1/24/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


1/24/82 


C 




U 


L57 




H 2 


1/24/82 


c 


. P 


P 


T37 




H 2 


1/24/82 





5 


u 


H55 




H 2 


1/25/82 


A 


. 


E 






H 2 


1/25/92 


A 




E 






H 2 


1/25/82 


B 




U 


S36 




S 2 


4/06/82 


A 




N 






S 2 


4/07/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


12/13/82 


e 


P 


N 






S 2 


12/13/82 


A 


P 


N 


E05 




H 2 


12/14/82 


B 


P 


P 


T37 




S 2 


12/28/82 


8 


1 


N 







S 2 


1/11/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/12/82 


A 


1 


N 




5 2 


1/12/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/14/82 


B 


5 


N 


L30 


S 2 


l/14/"2 


A 


1 


N 


M23 


S 2 


1/ 5/82 


A 


7 


N 




H 2 


1/16/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/16/82 


A 


3 


N 




S 2 


1/16/82 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


1/17/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/18/82 


B 


1 


U 


S36 


S 2 


1/19/82 


B 


B 


P F 




H 2 


1/20/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


2/07/62 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


4/07/82 


9 


4 


N 




H 2 


4/06/82 


A 


1 


N 




S 2 


4/08/82 


A 


1 


N 




S 2 


4/09/62 


A 


I 


N 


563 


H ? 


11/15/82 


D 


5 


N 




H 1 


12/14/82 


B 


I 


N 


L30 


H 1 


12/21/82 


a 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/23/62 


A 


4 


D E 




H 2 


4/DB/82 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


4/26/82 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


12/01/82 


C 


7 


u 




S 2 


12/13/62 


A 


4 


E 





H 2 7/10/82 A 11 
S 2 7/10/82 A 3 



MEDICAL STUDENTS H 2 10/23/62 A 7 F A20 

H 1 3/18/82 B 1 N L30 

H I 8/03/82 B 1 N L30 

H 2 8/27/82 3 I N 



H 2 5/30/82 B 11 
H 2 9/12/82 B 12 



N P07 
N PC? 



2 


6/09/B2 C 


in 


N 


? 


7/15/82 C 


6 


N 


? 


9/16/82 A 


1 


N L30 


? 


9/18/82 A 


2 


N 


? 


12/28/82 A 


8 


N 


2 


12/29/82 C 


1 


N K90 



H 2 5/19/82 C 5 
S 2 5/20/82 A 14 



H 2 1/10/82 E 10 P F 078 



7/04/82 A 14 
7/04/82 E 1 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SEE ALSO UNIONS. U.S. 

PHILLIPS: RIGHT-MIN5. BARGAINING •PEAKED- 
STRIKES ENCOURAGED 

COLLECTORS 

HATS. BOTTLES. CALLING CARDS IN COLLECTIBLE SHOW 

JUNK BECOMES HIS TREASURE 

PACK MAN: THESE DAYS. IT'S HA? D TO FIND 'GROWLERS. 'PICAYUNES' 

•COLLECTORHOLIC OPENS HIS OHM MUSEUM 

TOEASURE IN THE TRASH 

PACHYDERMS ARE HER PASSION 

COLLEGE BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO EASKET»ALL 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. N.C.. SPORTS 
COACH'S SYSTEM HAS CLASS 

LOU SCORING A PRODUCT OF COACHES' PETS: ZONES 
SOME IDEAS FOR HOOPS. WHICH AREN'T IMMUNE TO OBLIVION 

COLLEGE BOARD 

PAMELA MAYER NAMED TO COLLEGE BOARD 

COLLEGE BOWLS 

UNC TEAM WINS COLLEGE BOWL TITLE 

FOUR ACC TEAMS IN RUNNING FOR BOWL BERTHS 

POST-CHRISTMAS. GOOD CHECK TAJ HEEL BOWL REQUIREMENTS 

TAR HEELS MUST EARN BOWL BID 

UNC RFPORTEGLY WILL GET BID TO PEACH BOWL 

PEACH BIO FAILS. TEXAS BOWLS EYE UNC 

'PACK HAS BOWL HOPES 

HEELS. 'HORNS SET DATE IN SUN 

TIGERS WON'T ACCEPT BOWL BID 

CRUM SEES DUKE. NOT SUN 

DUKE'S HOPE FOR BOWL BID FLIES AWAY 

SWOFFORD OFFERED SUN CHANCE T"l BACK OUT 

THIS CHRISTMAS CAROL'S MORE OF A DIRGE 

AT RANDOM 

COLLEGE FOOTFALL 

AREA FOOTBALL GRADUATION RATE REMAINS LOW 

LOW-GRADE PROBLEM 

PRE-SEASON FOOTBALL FOCUS CONFUSING 

THE Tnp 10: PATERNO'S OUEST CDULO COME TO AN END IN '82 

THE FRIDAY PICKS 

SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL DIGEST 

FOOTBALL BRINGS A THRILL 

MATHEMATICS ADD UP FOR DUNKEL SERVICE 

FRIDAY PICKS 

FRIDAY PICKS 

FRIDAY PICKS 

FRIDAY PICKS 

FRIDAY PICKS 

FRIDAY'S PICKS 

CAVALIERS CLOBBER VMI, 37-6 

THE PICKS 

TRICKS MEAN TREATS: COLLEGE PRANKS HAVE SCORED MANY TDS... 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATIONS 

CFA MEETING TO STRESS ACADEMICS 

COLLEGE FUND. INC. 

SEE N.C. COLLEGE FOUNDATION 

COLLEGES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ADULT EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO BLACK COLLEGES 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY CENTER 

SEE ALS" N.C. ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

SEE ALSO PRIVATE COLLEGES 

SEE ALSO SELECTIVE GUIDE TO COLLEGES 

BOOK'S RATINGS UPSET COLLEGE ADMINISTRATORS 

USELESS COLLEGE GUIDE 

OLD TRINITY'S JOURNEY TO DUKE UNIVERSITY 

NCCU FIRST STOP ON TOUR 

COLLEGES. N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 

SFE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. STUDENTS. ALCOHOL-DRUG USE 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. STUDENTS. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

DRUGS IN DECLINE, ALCOHOL ON THE RISE AT DUKE 

N.C. COLLEGES TRYING TO CURB STUDENT DRINKING 

GUIDANCE NEEDED 

UNC-C PLANS CRACKDOWN ON ALCOHOL 

COLLEGE DRINKING: THE TOLERANCE LEVEL IS DROPPING 

COLLEGES. M.C.. BUDGET 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. N.C. TUITIONS 

PHILLIPS: PUBLIC SCHOOLS NOT GETTING ENOUGH FUNDS 
N.C. IS RANKED 5TH IN U.S. ON SPENDING FOR COLLEGES 
TRIANGLE UNIVERSITIES VIEW BUDGET CUTS WITH CONCERN 
PERIODICALS HURT LIBRARY BUDGETS 
PRIVATE COLLEGES SEEK INCREASS IN STATE AID 

COLLEGES. N.C. COMMENCEMENT 

N.C. COLLEGES SCHEDULE GRADUATIONS 

HUNT URGES NO STUDENT LOAN CUTS 

N.C. COLLEGES. UNIVERSITIES HOLD GRADUATION EXERCISES 

N.C. STUDENTS TOLD TO KEEP STANDARDS UP 

UNC FOEES THOUSANDS — PLUS A FEW <ORE 

NCCU CLASS URGED TO SHOW CONCERN 

HUNT ENDORSES TAX-FREE BONDS FOR PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

COLLEGES. N.C. CURRICULUM 

COLLEGE OFFICIALS. BUSINESS LEADERS DEFEND VALUE OF LIBERAL ARTS DEGREE 

COLLEGES. N.C. DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. STUDENTS. ALCOHOL-DRUG USE 
DRUGS IN DECLINE. ALCOHOL ON THE RISE AT OUKE 

COLLEGES. N.C. ENROLLMENT 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. U.S.. ENROLLMENT 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. ENROLLMENT 

AREA COLLEGES' FnRQLLMENTS IN WINTER SLUMP 

BLACK SCHOOL SEEKS FOREIGN STUDENTS 

APPLICATIONS TO PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN N.C. SURGING 

<i UNC SCHOOLS MAY LOSE FUNDS 

COLLEGES. N.C. FEDERAL AID 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. U.S.. FEDERAL AID 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL A lO-TO-EDUC AT IT N 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. DESEGREGATION 
UNC BOARD OPPOSES CUTS IN STUDENT AID 



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S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


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6/26/82 
B/26/82 
8/26/82 
9/01/82 


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2 


2/17/82 


A 


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E 




H 


2 


2/21/82 


3 


2 


J 


M71 


H 


2 


3/10/82 


B 


2 


U 


M71 


H 


2 


10/23/82 





4 


N 




H 


2 


<./l9/82 


B 


1 


N 




H 




10/29/82 





1 


U 


M71 


H 


2 


11/10/82 


C 


1 


P N 


071 


S 


2 


11/10/B2 


B 


2 


P U 


P55 


H 


2 


U/15/82 


B 


2 


N 


S91 


H 


2 


U/16/82 


B 


2 


N 


S9I 


s 


2 


11/16/82 





2 


N 




H 


2 


11/17/82 


C 


1 


N 


S91 


H 


2 


11/17/82 


C 


1 


N 




S 


2 


11/17/82 


D 


1 


P F 


P55 


H 


2 


11/22/82 


B 


2 


N 




H 


2 


ll/2'./82 


B 


2 


N 


M7I 


H 


2 


12/16/82 


D 


1 


T U 


M71 


s 


2 


12/29/82 





1 


U 


D18 


H 


2 


5/15/82 


B 


2 


N 




H 


2 


6/16/82 


C 


1 


U 


D71 


s 


2 


7/19/B2 


D 


2 


U 


DIB 


s 


2 


8/30/82 


B 


3 


F 


018 


s 


2 


9/03/82 


D 


1 


U 


018 


H 


2 


9/0'4/P2 


B 


2 


N 




s 


2 


9/08/B2 


A 


4 


E 




H 


2 


9/2<./82 


c 


1 


N 




s 


2 


9/2^/82 


D 


1 


U 


018 


s 


2 


10/01/82 


D 


1 


U 


Die 


s 


2 


10/08/82 





1 


u 


018 


s 


2 


10/15/82 


D 


I 


u 


018 


s 




10/22/92 


D 


1 


u 


018 


s 


2 


10/29/82 





I 


u 


D18 


H 


2 


10/31/82 


8 


3 


P N 




s 


2 


11/05/82 





1 


U 


D18 


H 


2 


11/19/82 


c 


1 


P U 


M71 



H 2 6/0<./82 C 



S 2 2/23/82 A 8 N 

H 2 3/03/82 A A E 

H 2 5/02/82 C 1 U L57 

S 2 6/24/82 B 1 P N EDS 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 



3/04/92 B 

8/25/82 B 

B/23/82 A 

10/01/82 A 

10/24/82 C 



1/14/82 C 
2/26/82 A 
5/29/82 A 
6/19/82 A 
11/07/82 A 



N W24 
N 

E 



N 
N 

N C42 
BIO 



5/05/82 
5/10/92 
5/1D/82 
5/16/82 
5/17/82 
5/17/82 
5/17/82 



14 
1 1 
13 
13 
1 
1 
ID 



N 



N W36 
N W24 



S 2 8/30/82 A 



H 2 3/04/82 B 1 



H 1 1/27/82 3 1 N L30 

S 2 2/03/92 A 15 N 

H 2 6/01/82 All N 

S 2 11/13/82 A 1 N 



H 2 3/13/82 A 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 



5 U B J E t 



BELL OEFUSES 528 SCHOOLS MORE FEDERAL LOAN «ONEY 

AID DELAYS HIT SCHOOLS. STUDENTS 

A t T CHANCELLOR ASKS REAGAN FOR AID 

COLLEGES. M.C.. GIFTS 

COLLEGE'S DRIVE GETS 3IG BOOST 

COLLEGES. N.C.. GRADUATE PLACEMENT 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. U.S.. GRADUATE PLACEMENT 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT. U.S. 

JOBS: FEAST FOR CORPORATIONS. FAMINE FOR GRADUATES 
COLLEGE GRADS FACE TOUGH JOB MARKET IN N.C. 
N.C. JOBS: 'BUYERS' MARKET- 
JOBS ARE AVAILABLE FOR COLLEGE GRADS 
TROUBLE THIS YEAR AT THE BOTT:)m LINE 
SALARIES VARY FOR THIS YEAR'S COLLEGE GRADS 

COLLEGES. N.C NEWSPAPERS 

CHAPEL HILL PAPER BACKS CONSERVATIVES 

COLLEGES. N.C. REMEDIAL PROGRAM 

UNIVERSITIES ARE HANDLING REMEDIAL WORK DIFFERENTLY 

COLLEGES. N.C. SALARIES 

SEE ALSO PROFESSORS. N.C. SALARIES 
PRIVATE COLLEGE PROFS GET RAISES 
UNC-CH PROFESSORS GET TOP DOLLAR 

UNC-CHAPEL HILL PROFESSORS' PAY HIGHEST IN STATE 
STORY 'MISLEADING' ON UNC TEACHER PAY 

COLLFGES. N.C. SPORTS 

SEE ALSO ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO COLLEGE BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO SPORTS (GENERALI 

THE PLIGHT OF COLLEGE HOOPS' HINNINGEST COACH 

COLLEGES. N.C, STUDENT LOANS 

SEE ALSO N.C CENTRAL UNIV.. STUDENT LOANS 
SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM 

WARNING ISSUED ON STUDENT AID CUTS 

DUKE STUDENTS RAP PROPOSED AID CUTS 

RED RI3°0NS SIGNIFY STUDENT PROTEST TO CUTS 

COLLEGE IN N.C 'HIRES' STUDENTS TO CUT COSTS 

STUDENT LOAN COLLECTION RE0UE5TS MOUNTING 

COLLEGES, N.C, STUDENT VOTER REGISTRATION 
SEE ALSO VOTER REGISTRATION 
Atr REGISTRATION CHALLENGED 

GREENSBORO NAACP MAY CHALLENGE VOTER REGISTRATION 
302 STUDENTS RULED ELIGIBLE TO VOTE 
GREENSBORO TOLD TO GET U.S. RULING 
ELECTIONS BOARD TO REGISTER STUDENTS 

COLLEGES. N.C. STUDENTS 

COLLEGE STUDENTS HANDLE CAMPUS SECURITY PATROL 

THE OTHER SUPERSTARS 

survey: N.C. FRESHMEN LIBERAL 

STUDENTS LEARN SKILLS TO SHARE 

COLLEGES. N.C. TUITIONS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. N.C, BUDGET 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES. U.S.. FEDERAL AID 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES. U.S.. TUITION 
SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION. COSTS 
SEE ALSO STUDENT AID PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM 

COLLEGE IN N.C 'HIRES' STUDENTS TO CUT COSTS 

COLLEGE STUDENTS FACE HIGHER TUITIONS 

MORE TUITION AID FOR PRIVATE STUDENTS SOUGHT FROM UNC 

17.5 MILLION HIKE IN TUITION GRANTS ASKED OF BOARD 

STUOENTS BARTER THROUGH COLLEGE 

SACRED HEART COLLEGE LETS STUDENTS BARTER FOR TUITION 

COLLEGES. N.C, WORK-STUDY PROGRAM 

FARM school: STUOENTS PAY ROOM - ANO-BO ARD WITH THE SWEAT OF THEIR BROWS 

COLLEGES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 
SEE ALSO DIPLOMAS 

PUBLIC COLLEGES BENEFIT IN SUNBELT, BOOM STATES 
EDUCATOR: EFFECT OF CUTS COULD BE DISASTROUS 

COLLEGES, U.S.. ADMISSIONS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. U.S.. ENROLLMENT 
SEE ALSO MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PROGRAMS 
2,0 FLUNKING OUT 
CRUf DEVIATES 
CHOICES IN SPORTS — CHANCE OR CORRUPTION 

Colleges, u.s.. costs 

SEE colleges, U.S., TUITION 
SEE HIGHER EDUCATION, COSTS 
SEE STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM 

COLLEGES, U.S., CURRICULUM 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C, CURRICULUM 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. 
SEX COURSE GOES TOO FAR 

COLLEGES. U.S., ENROLLMENT 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C, ENROLLMENT 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES, U.S., ADMISSIONS 

ENROLLMENT DOWN AT NATION'S DENTAL SCHOOLS 

TRIANGLE COLLEGE ENROLLMENT STEADY 

COLLEGES, U.S., FEDERAL AID 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. N.C, FEDERAL AID 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C. TUITIONS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. U.S., TUITION 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL A lO-TO-EDUC AT 10 N 

SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION. COSTS 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE UNIV.. STUDENTS 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO STUDENT AID PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C-CHAPEL MILL. SCHOLARSHIPS L STUDENT AID 
FRIDAY: PROPOSED CUTS WOULD HJRT BLACK SCHOOLS 
SANFORO: ROND RESTRICTIONS COJLD DAMAGE UNIVERSITIES 
ACADEMIA TIES TO FEDS STUDIED 

COLLEGES. U.S., GRADUATE PLACEMENT 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C. GRADUATE PLACEMENT 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT. U.S. 

AFTER 16 YEARS OF SCHOOL, ATHLETE BACK IN 7IH GRADE 

COLLEGES, U.S.. SPORTS 



CURRICULUM 



T 


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DATE 


S 
E 

C 


PG 


I 
L 
L 


T 
Y 
P 


5YL 


2 
2 


7/29/82 
9/1A/B2 
9/26/82 


B 
E 
A 


8 
I 
A 




N 
N 
N 


M23 


2 


9/2A/P2 


A 


I 




N 





7 


3/22/82 B 


5 


N 


/ 


l/22m C 


8 


N 


2 


'•/ll/''2 A 


2 I 


N 


2 


'./17/82 A 


3 


N E05 


2 


5/09/82 


1 D F A20 


2 


7/12/82 B 


6 


N 



9/06/82 C 1 N 

7/15/82 C I N E05 



H 2 


5/31/82 A 12 


N 


S 2 


9/02/82 A 1 


N 


H 2 


9/03/82 B 1 


N 


S 2 


9/08/82 A <. 


L 



H 2 11/17/82 C 1 P U M71 



H 2 1/26/82 All N 

H 2 <,yi3/82 B 1 P N 

S 2 4/13/82 C 1 N F30 

H 1 <,/24/82 C 1 N 

H 2 8/01/82 A 20 N 



H 1 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



'./30/a2 8 1 N 

5/04/82 B 9 N 

5/07/82 A 18 N 

6/11/82 A 3 N 

6/16/82 C 17 N 



S 2 3/10/82 D 8 

H 2 5/25/82 A A 

H 2 6/21/82 A 12 

H 2 8/05/82 C 12 



'•/2<./e2 
8/20/82 
9/ID/82 
9/U/82 
9/14/82 
9/15/82 



N 

N W36 

N W36 

N 

N 



H 2 5/02/82 A 6 P F 



S 2 
H 2 



2/25/82 
2/26/82 



N 

N W24 



H 2 10/13/82 B 2 P F 
S 2 10/13/82 1 U 

S 2 10/14/82 A 4 E 



S 2 5/26/82 A 



H ' 8/18/82 A 9 N 

S 2 10/29/82 A 1 N M23 



2 3/29/82 B 1 
2 4/07/82 A ■• 
2 6/04/82 A 14 



H 2 9/19/82 B 



BBDlBBBBBBBafl^ 



MONTHLY/A 



N ■(J U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 137 
1/07/83 



S 

E 

C PG 



SEE ALSO SPORTS (GENE^SALI 

UNC'S FRIDAY, COLLEGE HEADS DISCUSS ATHLETICS 
PRESIDENTS DISCUSS ATHLETIC CLIMATE 

COLLEGES. U.S., STUDENTS 
NO CAUSE FOR CONCERN 

COLLEGES. U.S.. TUITION 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. N.C.. TUITIONS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. U.S.. FEDERAL AID 

SFE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION. COSTS 

SEE ALSO STUDENT AID PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM 

UNC TUITION RANKS IITH IN UNDERGRADUATE COSTS 
COLLEGE GUIDES AGREE: MIT MOST EXPENSIVE 
TAMING HIGH TUITION 

COLLINS C AIKMAN 

INDUSTRIES IN AREA CUTTING HOJRS, LAYING WORKERS OFF 

HUNTER DOUGLAS OFFICIAL DENIES CLOSING RUMORS 

1") CHATHAM FIRMS. AGENCIES TO RECEIVE SAFETY AWARDS 

C0L0M6IA (SOUTH AMERICAI 

DESTINATION IS COLOMBIA 

HOST FAMILIES ARE SOUGHT FOR VISITORS 

FAST FRIENDS: COLOMBIAN FAMILY VISITS DURHAM 

PROTESTING CROWD KEEPS REAGAN IN SOMBER MOOD 

t2 MILLION BONDS SET IN DRUG RAID 

COLOMBIA'S RESENTMENT 

COLON CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

DOCTOR SAYS "ANCIENT GUT' 



S 2 3/12/82 C 10 N 
H 2 8/13/82 C 3 N 



S 2 2/08/82 A 4 



H 2 4/19/82 
H 2 11/11/82 
S 2 12/28/82 



12 

5 



H 2 1/16/82 8 1 N L30 
H 2 3/03/82 B 5 N L30 
H 1 <>/0a/82 B 1 N 



TROUBLING MODERN MAN 



COLONIAL APARTMENTS 

CITY FIRE DAMAGES EIGHT TOWNHOUSES 

COLD. LACK OF FIRE HYDRANTS HAMPER FIREFIGHTERS' EFFORTS 

BLOWTORCH NEARLY CAUSES ANOTHER FIRE AT COLONIAL 

FIRE OFFICIALS ISSUE WARNING 

SAFETY NEEDS LEGAL CLOUT 

FIRE HYDRANTS NEEDED 

DRIVERS IGNORED SIREN 

COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM 
SEE CBS 



H 


? 


*/28/82 


B 


3 




N 




H 


/ 


6/27/82 


A 


/•< 




N 




S 


/ 


7/16/B2 


A 


6 


P 


F 


,1116 


H 


7 


12/0 4/82 


A 


1 


P 


F 


H49 


H 


f 


12/19/82 


A 


c 




N 




H 


i 


12/23/82 


A 


« 




L 




H 


2 


3/20/82 


C 


1 




N 


W24 


H 


7 


1/12/82 


A 


1 


P 


N 


AS4 


S 


7 


1/12/82 


A 


I 


P 


N 


U'>7 


H 


/ 


1/13/82 


K 


1 


P 


N 


ASA 


s 


? 


1/13/82 


r 


1 




N 


IIS7 


s 


7 


1/20/82 


A 


4 




F 




H 


7 


1/27/82 


A 


4 




1 




H 


2 


1/27/82 


A 


4 




L 





COLUMBUS COUNTY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVES 
VOTE BUYING ALLEGATIONS ARE MA 
NO INDICTMENTS ARE EXPECTED AF 
FBI INDICTS BLADEN LAWMAKER 
COLCOR: EXTORTION PROBE TAKES 
JUDGE RELEASED ON 425,000 BOND 
RECORDS SHOW JUDGE TRIED EARLI 
JUDGE HUNT INVOLVED IN COURTRO 
OPERATION COLCOR 'FELL INTO F^ 
CCLUMBU5 COUNTY: THEY WONDERED 
STATE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT LOOKS 
JUDGE ASKED TO RAISE BAIL TO I 
HOG LOT SEARCH PLANNED 
SBI JOINS COLUMBUS COUNTY PRO"" 
LEGISLATOR FACING CHARGES URGE 
TAVLQ' ASKEO TO WITHDRAW FROM 
DIG FOR BODIES POSTPONED ON CO 
DIGGING BEGINS ON N.C. FARM 
SBI CALLS OFF SEARCH FOR BODIE 
BAIL BOND HEARING CONTINUED F3 
MAGISTRATE TO RULE TODAY ON BO 
COLEMAN'S BOND INCREASED 
FBI PROBE: CORRUPT LABEL PRODJ 
FERTILE GROUND FOR CORRUPTION 
USED-CAR DEALER BECOMING LEGE-* 
3 PEOPLE INDICTED IN COCAINE : 
STATE LEGISLATOR DENIES C0LC05 
LESSER MOMENTS IN WORLD HISTOR 
TAYLOR'S TRIAL MAY BE MOVED 
COLCOR GRAND JURY DELAYED 
6 IN COLUMBUS COUNTY CASE PLEA 
EX-LEGISLATOR LIKELY TO ADMIT 
COLCOR PROBE MAY CONTINUE FOR 
TWO MORE INDICTED IN COLUMBUS 
MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO COUNTERFE 
OFFICIAL SAYS NO PROBE HAS BEE 
DEFENOANT PLEADS GUILTY TO CON 
MOTIONS OEVIED IN COLCOR CASE 
TAYLOR REMAINS IN HOSPITAL 
TAYLOR GETS 5 YEARS 
TAYLOR FACES FIVE YEARS IN PRI 
FBI LINKS N.C. LAWMAKER. VOTE- 
3 MORE INDICTED IN 'COLCOR' P' 
UNDERCOVER AGENTS SAY SOLES AG 
SBI WILL EXPAND SOLES INVESTIG 
JUDGE SEEKS TO BLOCK PANEL PRO 
DEFENOANT SAYS HE WILL TESTIFY 
COLCOR FIGURE DRAWS 5-YEAR SEN 
3 COLCOR DEFENDANTS SENTENCED 
AGENT: LOHERY SOUGHT BRIBES 
POLICE CHIEF PLEADS GUILTY TO 
LAKE WACCAMAW FIRES POLICE CHI 
IMMEDIATE PAROLE POSSIBLE FOR 
LAWYER SAYS COLCOR PLEA TO BE 
JUDGE DELAYS SENTENCING OF COL 
EX-COMMISSIONER SENTENCED 
COLCOR FIGURE SAYS 'TORCH MAN' 



INVESTIGATION 



TIGATION, "COLCOR" 

OE 

TER PROBE 

OFF IN MANY DIRECTIONS 

ER TO SOUELCH REPORTS 

OM CLOSINGS 

I'S LAP' 
WHO'D BE NEXT 
AT COLCOR EVIDENCE 

1 MILLION 



D TO GET OUT OF RACE 
BID FOR RE-ELECTION 
LUMBUS COUNTY FARM 

S ON COLUMBUS FARM 

R COLUMBUS COUNTY MAN 

NO IN COLCOR CASE 

CES IRE IN RESIDENTS OF COLUMBUS 

D IN CORRUPTION PROBE 
ASES 

CHARGE 
Y: COLUMBUS CO. DEMONSTRATES... 



D INNOCENT TO CHARGES 

ACCEPTING BRIBE 

YEAR 

PROBE 

ITING 

N RE0UE5TED 

SPIRACY CHARGE 



SON 

BUYING 

OBE 

REED TO 'PLAY BALL' 

AT ION 

BE 

IN COLCOR CASE 
TENCE 



RACKETEERING CHARGES 

EF 

SOME COLCOR CONVICTS 

CHANGED 

COR DEFENDANT HALL 

TAPE WAS DOCTORED 



COLUMBUS COUNTY. N.C. ELECTIONS 

WOMAN CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF SLAIN IN WHITEVILLE PARKING LOT 
CANDIDATE CHARGED 

COLUMBUS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE 

WOMAN CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF SLAIN IN WHITEVILLE PARKING LOT 
FOUR DEPUTIES FILE LAWSUIT ON DISMISSALS 

COLUMBUS DAY 

LEIF ERICSON, 



H 


2 


3/26/82 


A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


5/2D/82 


C 


11 


N 


S 


2 


7/29/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/31/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/31/82 


B 


12 


N 


H 


2 


7/3 /82 


B 


2 


P N 


S 


2 


7/31/82 


A 


5 


N 


S 


2 


7/31/82 


A 


20 


N 


H 


2 


8/01/62 


A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


8/04/82 


A 


1 1 


N 


s 


2 


8/04/82 


A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


3/05/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/06/82 


A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


3/07/82 


8 


12 


N 


S 


2 


3/07/82 


A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


6/08/82 


A 


15 


N 


s 


2 


3/09/62 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/10/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


8/12/82 


B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/13/82 


A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


3/14/32 


A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


8/15/82 


A 


1 


M F 


H 


2 


8/15/''2 


A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


8/16/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/13/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/19/82 


A 


1 


P N 


(CARTOON) H 


2 


3/21/82 


A 


4 


T T 


s 


2 


8/21/82 


A 


17 


N 


H 


2 


3/26/82 


B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/27/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/17/62 


C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


9/19/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


9/22/82 


c 


4 


N 


H 


2 


9/23/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


9/29/S2 


3 


9 


N 


H 


2 


10/06/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


10/08/82 


A 


14 


N 


s 


2 


10/09/32 


A 


13 


N 


s 


2 


10/19/82 


A 


1 


P N 


H 


2 


0/20/32 


A 


1 


P N 


s 


2 


0/20/82 


C 


15 


N 


H 


2 


0/21/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


0/21/82 


A 


9 


N 


s 


2 


0/22/82 


C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/13/62 


A 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/17/62 


B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


11/18/82 


A 


20 


P N 


H 


2 


11/19/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


11/23/82 


A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


11/24/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


11/25/82 


A 


23 


N 


S 


2 


11/25/62 


C 


26 


N 


H 


2 


12/10/82 


A 


16 


N 


s 


2 


12/18/82 


A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


10/19/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


12/30/82 


A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


5/01/82 


A 


1 


N 


s 


2 


6/28/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/01/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


12/29/82 


B 


14 


N 



A GADABOUT 



COMAN BUILDING CENTER 

3 HEATERS ARE STOLEN 

COMBAT CITY 

SOLDIERS WILL BE TAUGHT FIGHTING IN URBAN SETTING 

COMETS (ASTRONOMY) 

SEE ALSO ASTRONOMY 
CANTANKEROUS COMETS 
COMET WILL BE VISIBLE THIS SUMMER 



H 2 10/09/82 A 4 D E 
S 2 12/15/82 8 I N 
H 2 5/08/82 A 5 P N 



H 2 
S 2 



7/21/82 A 4 
3/05/32 C 1 



HONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/B2 



PAGE 13B 
1/07/83 



HEAVENS ABOVE! COMET, METEOtS WILL 9i<IGHTEN AUGUST SKY 

COMICS 

SEE ALSO CARTOONISTS 

FUNNIES FEATURED AT DUKE 

COMIC STRIPS ON EXHIBIT AT DU< E 

NOSTALGIA, HISTORY MIX IN DUKE FUNNIES SHOW 

•"UTT AND JEFF- CARTOON TO CELEBRATE 75TH BIRTHDAY 

COMMERCIAL ECUIPMENT CO. 

JA PROGRAMS GET OONATION 

COMMERCIAL FISHING INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO FISHING 
SEE ALSO SEAFOOD INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO SHRIMP 

OREGON INLET HELP SOUGHT 

DRAINAGE ISSUE HAS 2 SIDES 

SEAFOOD CATCHES DECLINE 

SOME FISHERMEN LEAVING OREGON INLET 

COMMERCIAL FI5HING FEES HIKE REJECTED 

FARMERS, FISHERMeiJ CLASH OVER DRAINING 

TWO MARINE FISHERIES OFFICIALS RESIGN 

N.C. FISHERMEN FINDING ''OUGH €CONOMIC TIMES 

N.C. OYSTER FISHERMEN SEE POOR SEASON 

OVSTERMEN SAY HARVEST LOOKING 3A0 

LEE HINTS N.C. SEAFOOD EATEN NATIONWIDE 

COMMISSION FOR PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATION 

SEE ALSO PRESIOENTUL NOMINATING SYSTEM 

HUNT HANTS ShHRTENING OF PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES 

HUNT PANEL OKS 'SUPER DELEGATES' 

DEMOCRATS SHORTEN PRIMARY SEASON 

HUNT SCORES POINTS WITH DEMOC'ATS 

DEMCCRATS RIGHT TO AIM FOR SHDRTER CAMPAIGNS 

HUNT COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIO-JS FAIL TO PLEASE STATE PARTY CHAIRMEN 

HUNT COMMISSION'S WOR^ CAUSES SOME DISCONTENT 

PARTIES URGEO TC CHOOSE DELEGATES IN CAUCUSES 

DFMOCPATIC LEADERS ENDORSE NEW RULES 

DEMOCRATS TO ADOPT NEW RULES TODAY 

COMMISSION FOR RACIAL JUSTICE 
SEE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, 



COMMISSION FOR RACIAL JUSTICE 



COMMISSION ON CORRECTIONAL PROGRAMS 
SEE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

COMMISSION ON THE FUTURE OF N.C. 
HUNT NAMES ROFERTS 
DURHAM MAN ON N.C. PANEL 
PRIORITIES FOR STATE SOUGHT 
N.C. NEEDS FOR FUTURE OUTLINED 
EDUCATION TOP TAR HEEL CONCER-J 
TAR HEELS SET SIGHTS ON A THRIVING FUTURE 
COMMISSION ON FUTURE OF N.C. WANTS ITS PROPOSALS FOLLOWED 

COMMITMENT HEARINGS 

SEE ALSO COMPETENCY HEARINGS 
SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS 

INSANITY DEFENSE PLEA OUGHT TO BE ABOLISHED 

MENTAL LAWS NEED CHANGE 

SICK, VIOLENT CRIMINALS POSE OILEMMA 

EXPERTS: HINCKLEY WOULD HAVE ?EEN CONVICTED IN N.C. 

NEW TYPE OF COMMITMENT EYED flf. MENTAL PATIENTS 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTIONAL INTEGRITY 
GILMQRE REBUILDING COMMITTEE 

COMMODITY CREDIT CORP. 

LEAF HEARINGS BEGIN MONDAY IN FAIRMONT 
PRICE-SUPPORT LOANS ARE SET AT 14 PERCENT 
CONGRESS GETS 'NO-COST' TOBACIO PROGRAM 

COMMODITY FUTURES TRADING COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO GRAIN 

THOSE WHO USE AGENCY SHOULD BEAR THE COSTS 

COMMON CAUSE 

CAMPAIGN GIFT LIMIT IS RAISED 

GROUP SAYS CHANGES WEAKEN N.C. CAMPAIGN FINANCE LAW 

Z ON COMMON CAUSE LIST 

COMMON MARi^ET 

SEE EUROPEAN COMMON MARKET 

COMMUNICATION 

COMMUNICATIONS GAP 

COMMUNISM 

FREEDOM: IT'S VERY OEAR TO ALICIA GILEWICZ 

REDS FEAR TRUE FREEDOM 

GROUP HEADcO BY HELMS, EAST TO AIR PROGRAM ON KGB 

AN ANCIENT CONCEPT 

COMMUNIST PARTY 

SEE ALSP REVOLUTIONARY COMMUNIST PARTY 
COURT WON'T HEAR FLAG-BURNING CASE 

COMMUNIST WORKERS PARTY 

SEE ALSO CONCERNED CITIZENS OF THE NOVEMBER 3P0 INCIDENT 
SEE ALSO GREENS»ORO JUSTICE FUND 
OFFICIALS ACT TO HALT DEPOSITIONS 
CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION IS REQUESTED 
JUSTICE FUND PLANNING TO CHALLENGE ORDER 
U.S. GRAND JURY TO PROBE OEAHS AT ANTI-KLAN RALLY 
GRAND JURY TO PO0?E GREENSbOR3 SHOOTOUT 
CHP SUSPICIOUS OF SHOOTOUT INVESTIGATION 
LAWYER CONTENDS CHP INDICTMENTS MAY 3E SOUGHT 
DELEGATION PLANS ITS OWN PROBE 

U.S. GRAND JURY BEGINS PROBING GREENSBORO SHOOTINGS 
INSIDE AND OUT 
GRAND JURY 

GRAND JURY VISITS SITE OF 1973 SHOOTINGS 
LAHYERS BEGIN SOME INTERVIEHS 
MEMBERS OF CHP ARE QUESTIONED IN PROBE 
CHP MEMBER RELATES F5I INTERVIEW 
Two SAY SHOOTINGS RESEMBLED MANEUVER 
CHP MEMBER TALKS TO JURY 

FEDERAL ELECTION LAW ABSURDLY UNBALANCED 
INVESTIGATORS ASK ABOUT GUN 
JUSTICE FUND SMENOS SUIT ON 5 DEATHS 
GRAND JURY TAKES BREAK 

PANEL VOICES 'REGRET' AT MAN'S DEATH 
CITY COUNCIL SETS A SHAKY PRE:E0ENT 

KLANSMAN: GUNS PREVENTED BLOODSHED AT CHINA GROVE 
CwP WANTS INDEPENDENT PROSECUTOR 



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11/19/82 A 
12/05/82 A 
12/06/82 A 
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1/31/82 
2/02/82 
2/04/82 



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1/02/82 
1/02/82 
9/28/92 



M 2 11/27/82 A 



1/09/82 
1/29/82 
3/04/82 
3/08/92 
3/09/82 
3/09/32 
3/11/82 
3/17/82 
3/23/82 
3/23/82 
3/24/82 
4/02/82 
4/03/92 
4/09/82 
4/17/82 
4/22/92 
4/23/82 
4/26/92 
4/30/82 
5/05/82 
5/07/82 
5/27/82 
5/23/92 
6/10/P2 
6/25/82 



7 


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9 


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7 


1/25/82 


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3/06/92 


A 


9 


N 


7 


3/20/82 


A 


S 


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7 


5/21/82 


8 


4 


N 


7 


6/01/82 


K 


7 


N 


7 


8/03/82 


H 


S 


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3/24/82 


A 


1? 


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7 


U/03/82 


( 


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11/04/82 


A 


7 


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1/14/82 


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1/18/82 




I 7 


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7 


1/19/82 




4 


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2/27/82 




7 


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2/23/92 




1 


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7 


3/19/82 


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N 


7 


3/25/82 


H 




N 


2 


3/26/82 


A 


8 


N 



H 


7 


2/20/92 


B 


6 


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2/24/82 


A 


I 7 


N 


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7 


3/03/32 


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1 3 


N 


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7 


4/29/82 


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N 


H 


7 


7/23/82 


A 


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N 


S 


7 


7/31/82 


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4 E 

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1 G B30 

6 N 



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6 



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8/28/82 B 12 

11/20/82 A 4 



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N N U A L 
1/01/32 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



S U B J E 



GREENSBORO JUSTICE FUND GETS S 
FBI INTERVIEW IS REPORTED BEET 
FEDERAL GRAND JURY QUESTIONIN; 
CWP SPOKESMAN IS FINED ON CONC 
DAWSON SAYS HE DIDN'T URGE KLA 
COMMUNISTS ACCUSE FBI. KKK OF 
CWP SAYS IT HAS EVIDENCE 
SPECIAL PROSECUTOR REQUESTED 
N.C. PROTESTORS DECRY ISRAELI 
TESTIMONY MAY END THIS WEEK IN 
U.S. COURT TO BE ASKED FOR SPE 
N.C. GROUP ASKS COURT FOR SPEC 
SPECIAL PROSECUTOR IS SOUGHT I 
CHURCHES GIVE GRANT TO AID JUS 
CHURCH GROUP IGNORES FACTS OF 
NO SPECIAL PROSECUTOR TO BE Si 
JUSTICE FUND WILL CONTINUE TO 
254 MORE SIGN PROBE PETITION 
QUESTIONS STILL ASKED IN GREEI 
JUSTICE DEPARTMENT REJECTS 311 
LAWYER RAPS PROBE REFUSAL 
GRAND JURY WITNESSES SAY NO WD 
REQUEST FOR PROSECUTOR IS OPPl 



UPPORT FROM GROUPS 
RE KILLINGS 

KLANSMBN. NAZIS 
EALED GUN CHARGE 
NSMFN TO ARM 
CONSPIRACY 



MILITARY ACTION 

PROBE OF CWP SLAYINGS 
CIAL PROSECUTOR 
lAL PROSECUTOR 
N 1979 GREENSBORO SLAYINGS 
TICE FUND 
ANTI-KKK RALLY 
NT 
SEEK SPECIAL PROSECUTOR 

SBORO DEATHS 
FOR SPECIAL PROSECUTOR 

RD OF PROBE RECEIVED 
SED 



COMMUNITY-BASED ALTERNATIVES TO TRAINING SCHOOLS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM ALTERNATIVES TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 
SEE ALSO TRAINING SCHOOLS 

VOLUNTEERS TO COURT GETS FUNDS 

COMMUNITY CHALLENGE HEATING FUND 
SEE ALSO DUKE POWER CO. 

SEE ALSO HEATING FUELS. FEDERAL AID TO NEEDY 
SEE ALSO WINTERI2AII0N PROGRAM 

DUKE POWER ANNOUNCES HEATING = UNO 

FUEL FUND DRIVE BEGUN 

MEETING THE CHALLENGE 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND TECHNICAL INSTITUTES 
SEE ALSO REGIONAL EDUCATIONAL TRAINING CENTERS 
CHANGE IN STATUS MAY LOOM IN DTI'S FUTURE 
DURHAM tech: time MAY BE RIGHT FOR NEW NAME 
DURHAM tech: THE NAME MATTERS 
SCHOOLS VYING OVER SENIORS 

SENATORS RELENT ON EDUCATION 9UDGET ACTION 
NCCU AGREES TO TRANSFER PROGRAM 

ALLBED: N.C. COMMUNITY COLLEGES MEETING GOALS 

NURSING BOARD RELAXES STANOAR'^S PROPOSED FOR TRAINING PROGRAMS 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES THRIVE IN RECESSION 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES' ENROLLMENT OISE SEEN 
N.C. OFFICIAL TAKES POST IN OREGON 
N.C. EDUCATOR URGED FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES POST 
SEARCH COMMITTEE APPOINTED 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM. BUDGET 

BUDGET CUTS MAY FORCE DTI TO END SCHOOL YEAR EARLY 
DURHAM TECH MAY BE FORCED TO END SPRING CLASSES EARLY 
DTI CLASSES TO STAY OPEN 

N.C. COMMUNITY COLLEGES TO GET 42.3 MILLION 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES BOARD OKS «118 MILLION > BUDGET 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS. COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM 

SEE DURHAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS. COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM. CHAPEL HILL 

SEE CHAPEL HILL. N.C FEDERAL :OMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 



COMMUNITY OEV 
SEE ALSO D 
SEE ALSO U 
SCHOOL B 
PANEL SU 
DURHAM R 
COUNCILM 
COUNCILM 
ECGEMGNT 
CITY »PP 
ROLLOUT 
HAYTI RE 
GRIFFIN 
DEVELOPF 
EAST END 
EAST END 
U.S. WAN 
COMMUNIT 
3 AGENCI 
DURHAM G 
FHUR ARE 



ELOPMENT BLOCK 
URHAM COMMUNIT 
RBAN DEVELOPME 
OARD TO STUDY 
PPORTS REMOVAL 
ANEL URGES GRA 
EN CLASH ON CO' 
EN DISAGREE ON 

HEARING SET H 
ROVES PLAN TO 
GARBAGE: CITY 
DEVELOPMENT PL 

FUND ALLOCATI 
RS SEEK OK OF 

RESIDENTS PRO 

PROTESTS CD T 
TS DETAILED PL 
Y DEVELOPMENT 
ES GET SLICED 
ETS J1.9 MILLI 
AS TO DIVIDE 1 



GRANT ? 
Y DEVELO 
NT ACTIO 
BLOCK G5 

FOR TOO 
NT LAW 3 
MMUNITY 

RULE 
EDNESDAY 
SPEND tr 
HAS 'NO 
AN TO GE 
ONS NEET 
<i DURHAM 
TEST RED 
ALKS 

ANS ON = 
BUDGET 1 
FUNDING 
ON TO HE 
1.9 MILL 



ROGRAM. DURHAM 
PMENT PROGRAM 
N GRANTS 
ANTS 

MANY ABSENCES 
E REDRAWN 
DEVELOPMENT HATTER 



60.000 IN EDGEMONT AREA 
PLANS' TO PROCEED 
T U.S. HELP 

MORE WORK 

PROJECTS 
IRECTION 



OGEMONT 
K'O 



LP « NEIGHBORHOODS 

ION 



COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM, N.C. 

COURT ASKED FOR OPINION ON SEPARATION OF POWERS 

HUNT, LAWMAKERS ASK N.C. HIGH COURT TO RESOLVE BUDGETARY. . . DISPUTE 

LEGISLATURE ACTED ILLEGALLY: :0URT ADVISES HUNT'S POWERS ENCROACHED 

VANCE GFOUPS PLAN FORUM 

SENATORS RELENT ON EQUCATION 3UDGET ACTION 

BURLINGTON RECEIVES BLOCK GRANT 

VANCE COUNTY SEEKS GRANT 

1155 MILLION SOUGHT BY CITIES, COUNTIES 

WARREN GETS GRANT TO AID COMMUNITY 

CHATHAM GETS 1292,<,'.7 GRANT 

COMMUNITY DIRECTORY 

SEE DIRECTORY OF DURHAM COMMUNITY RESOURCES 

COMMUNITY EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS. COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM INTERAGENCY COUNCIL ON COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND RECREATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION FOR COMMUNITY EDUCATION 

COURSES OFFERED 

COMMUNITY EDUCATION CONFERENCE SCHEDULED 

COMMUNITY EDUCATORS PLAN DURHAM MEETING 

EDUCATORS TO DISCUSS COMMUNITY LINKAGES 

COMMUNITY EDUCATORS TOLD BENEFITS SHOULD BE STRESSED 

LEARN HOW IN COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLASSES 

EDUCATIONAL C RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES: FALL 1982 

EVENTS KEEP TRIANGLE BUSY. BUT NOT BORING 

LEARN SOMETHING NEW THIS FALL 

BASKETBALL COACHES WILL TEACH COURSES 

ALL AGES CELEBRATE EDUCATION DAY 

DURHAM CITY COMMUNITY EDUCATIDN PROGRAM 

COMMUNITY FOOD BANK OF N.C. 
SEE ALSO FOOD BANKS 



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HONTHtY/AN 



NUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/92 



FOOD 9ANK SHORT OF CASH: HANTS SELF-SUFFICIENCY 

CaWNUNITY GUIDANCE CLINIC 

SEE ALSO CURHAH COUNTY "ENTAL HEALTH CENTER 
YOUTH PROGRAM STARTS NEXT MONTH 

CO"MUNITY OF EXCELLENCE 

SEE GOVERNOR'S COMMUNITY OF EXCELLENCE AWARDS PROGRAM 

COMMUNITY RESEARCH AND OEVELOP-ENT ASSOCIATES INC. ICREOAl 
SEE ALSO HOuSfJG, N.C. 

RUFFIN DENIES ALL ALLEGATIONS 

GOV. HUNT DENIES CONFLICT OF INTEREST IN CETA FUNDING 

ATTY. GEN.: R'JFFIN NOT GUILTY 0= CONFLICT 

OFFICIALS JANT STATE AUDIT 3E=0RE INVESTIGATING RUFFIN 

•THE GROUP- TAKES CREDIT FOR REVEALING RUFFIN DEALINGS 

CO"MUNITY SERVICE RESTITUTION PROJECT 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 
SEE ALSO VICTIM RESTITUTION PLAN 
OFFENDER PROGRAM GETS GRANT 

COMMUNITY biATCH PROGRAM 

SEE ALSD CRIME PREVENTION 
SEE ALSO NEIGHSORHOOD aATCH PROSRAM 
HUGHES' DEEDS LAUDED 

COMMUNITY WHOLISTIC HEALTH CENTER 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

LOCAL EVENTS OF S°ECIAL NOTE 

HEALTH CENTER CELEBRATION SET SATURDAY 

COMMUTATION REQUESTS 

SEE ALS:; CRIMINAL SENTENCING 

GOVERNOR COMMUTES ESCAPEE'S P' I SON TERM 
NON MOORE'S FREEDOM IS OFFICIAL 
MOORE EARNS FREEDOM 

CO"P-OEC INC. 

SU6SI0IARY OF 8ELKS 3UYS FRAN< EN9ERGERS STORES 

COMPANY SHOPS MALL (BURLINGTON, N.C.) 

HISTORY OF 9URLINGT0N GOVERNED BY 'SHOPS- 
MALL CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY 

CO-PANY SHOPS: THE TOWN BUILT 3Y A RAILROAD (BOOK) 
HISTORY OF BURLINGTON GOVERNED BY 'SHOPS' 

COMPETENCY HEARINGS 

SEE ALSO COMMITMENT HEARINGS 
SEE ALSO "ENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS 
DA UPSET OVER TEEN'S RELEASE 

COMPETENCY TESTS 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS. COMPETENCY TESTS 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS. COMPETENCY TESTS 
SEE N.C. COMPETENCY TEST COMMISSION 
SEE SCHOOLS. N.C, COMPETENCY TESTS 

COMPLAINTS 

SPARE ME The DETAILS. PLEASE 

COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA SKILL AOVANCE-ENT CENTER 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, ArFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING OFFICE 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, DURHAM 

SEE ALSn FMPLDYMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, U.S. 

SEE ALSO JOE TRAINING 

SEE ALS? JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT 

FALSE-STATEMENTS TRIAL BEGINS TODAY 

DEADLOCKED JURY ENDS TRIAL OF LOCKLEAR 

N.C. "OFFICIALS HILL ATTEMPT TO COLLECT ABOUT 1300,000 

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD TOLD IT'S IN A NO-'WIN' SITUATION 

HILLSPOROUGH CLIENTS CAN'T GET JOSS PROGRAM 

FINDING JOSS IS TOP PRIORITY 

PUBLIC INCENTIVES FOR OCHNTOHN INVESTMENTS IN '81 DRAW PRAISE 

FEDERAL TAX DOLLARS HASTED BY THE STATE 

ALAMANCE CDUNTY IN CETA DISPUTE 

MOVE TO OUST CETA HEAD IN ALAMANCE COUNTY FAILS 

DURHAM JOBS PROGRAM TO CONTINJE DESPITE CUTS 

HO. 000 SAID GIVEN TO AFL-CIO 

DISPUTED ALAMANCE FUNDS ARE RFDUCED 

NO LAM APPARENTLY VIOLATED IN SPENDING CETA FUNDS 

DURHAM JOBS PROGRAM CAN POINT TO SUCCESSES 

H'DB'IY SAYS HE CAN'T REPAY JOBS FUNDS 

CETA AUDIT FINOS NO MISAPPROPRIATION 

OFFICIAL: JOINT JOBS PROGRAM PLACES 17 

AUDIT OF CETA CUTS OUESTIDNEO FUNDS 

CHAMBER PLANNING CAMPAIGN FOR BOND VOTE 

RUFFIN DENIES ALL ALLEGATIONS 

GOV. "UNT DENIES CONFLICT OF INTEREST IN CETA FUNDING 

ATTY. GEN.: RUFFIN NOT GUILTY OF CONFLICT 

OFFICIALS HANT STATE AUDIT BEFORE INVESTIGATING RUFFIN 

'The '■.ROUP' TAKES CREDIT FOR REVEALING RUFFIN DEALINGS 

JOB-TRAIMfiG PROGRAM SHOULD BE REPLACED 

FREEDOM FRUSTRATIONS 

STATE HINS ACCESS TD CETA RECORDS 

JOB APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE 

OPINIONS OF TAR HEEL EDITORS 

JCB-TRAINING PROGRAM CAN HORK 

STATE AUDITORS PROBE ROCKINGHAM CETA 

TWO RESIGN FOLLOHING AUDIT 

PPOORAH hORKS 

PROGRAM HELPING HARO-TO-PLACE mORKERS 

EFFORTS BEGIN TO TRACK HOBBY JOBS-MONEY 

AUDIT SAYS ALAMANCE CETA DEBT COVERED 

AUDIT QUESTIONS CETA FUNDS 

GRAND JURY INDICTS N.C. STEEL COMPANY 

MAN ACQUITTED 0= MijjppLYING CETA MONEY 

ID.OOO NEED TRAINING 

CETA HELPS DURHAM MAN TO INDEPENDENCE 

CETA TURNS TO PRIVATE SECTOR 

JOB TRAINING AIDS mELFARE MOTHERS IN DURHAM 

HOaBY, LEVI LAHYERS CLAIM LAC< OF EVIDENCE 

LAHYER SAYS HOBBY DIDN'T INTEND MISUSE 

CETA Changes FORESEEN 

COUNTY TO ASSUME AMBULANCE CONTROL 

DURHAM COUNTY TO RECEIVE FUNDS FOR JOBS PROGRAM 

STATE TO BECOME MORE INVOLVED HITH JOB TRAINING 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 14C 
1/07/83 



N E 
P 



DATE 
H 2 11/29/82 A 11 



S IT 
E L Y 
C PG L P BYL 



S 2 */03/82 A 



S 2 5/D1/82 A 16 N 

H 2 5/02/82 A 12 N 

H 2 5/08/82 C 1 P N G53 

H 2 5/12/P2 A I N 

H 2 5/13/82 A 1 N 



H 2 7/29/82 B 6 



S 2 5/29/82 A 



S 2 3/16/92 A 6 
H 2 5/11/82 A 12 



S 2 3/19/82 A 1 N 

H 2 3/20/82 A I N S51 

S 2 3/22/82 A * E 



H 2 8/15/82 D II 



H 2 4/25/82 D 3 o R H45 
H I 5/22/92 B 1 N 



H 2 4/25/82 3 P R H-iS 



S 2 1/05/82 B 



H 2 7/28/82 A 



S 2 


1/05/82 


3 


6 


N 




H 2 


1/07/82 






N 




H 2 


1/26/82 






N 




H 2 


2/02/82 






N 


M2 3 


S 2 


2/02/82 






N 




S 2 


2/03/82 






p N 


S83 


S 2 


2/04/82 






N 


K90 


H 2 


2/07/82 







L 




H 1 


2/13/82 


B 




N 




H 1 


3/02/82 


B 




N 


H60 


S 2 


3/05/92 


A 




N 


K90 


H 2 


3/06/82 






N 




H 1 


3/06/82 






N 


H60 


S 2 


4/D6/92 






N 




H 2 


<,/03/82 






E 




S 2 


4/12/82 






P N 




H 1 


4/20/82 


B 




N 




H 2 


4/30/92 


B 




N 


F78 


H I 


4/30/82 


B 




N 




S 2 


4/30/92 






N 


S83 


S 2 


5/01/82 




16 


N 




H 2 


5/02/82 




12 


N 




H 2 


5/09/82 






P N 


G53 


H 2 


5/12/82 






N 




H 2 


5/13/82 






N 




H 2 


5/19/82 






E 




S 2 


5/21/82 






E 




H 2 


5/27/82 






N 




H 1 


5/28/82 






N 




S 2 


6/05/82 






J 




H 2 


6/10/82 






L 




H 2 


6/20/82 






N 




H 2 


6/26/82 






N 




H 2 


6/29/82 






L 




S 2 


7/14/82 






N 


K90 


S 2 


7/19/92 






N 




H 1 


7/20/82 






N 




H 2 


7/29/92 






N 




H 2 


8/05/82 






N 




H 2 


8/14/92 




1 I 


N 




S 2 


9/10/92 






N 


<90 


S 2 


9/23/82 






P F 


S83 


S 2 


9/23/82 






N 


S33 


S 2 


10/20/»2 






F 


K90 


S ? 


11/12/82 






N 




H 2 


11/13/82 






N 




S 2 


11/ 5/92 






H 


M2 3 


S 2 


11/16/92 






N 


M2 3 


S 2 


11/ 6/92 






N 




H 2 


11/17/82 




1 1 


N 





COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT, 
CETA SPENDING IS QUESTIONED 

COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE LAW 



BUDGET 



H 2 2/11/82 A 10 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
U/31/83 



SUBJECTS 



N 6 
P 



PAGE 141 
1/07/83 



HOKE INSTRUCTION 

SCHOOLSt N.C., ATTEN0AMC6 

TRUANCY 

ATTENDANCE LAW FOUND U^ICON STI TUTI ONAL 
EACHING CASE TO BE APPEALED 

EXPECTED 1AY 17 IN HOM^ SCHOOL CASE 

WILL FACE SCHOOL LAW VIOLATIONS 
HEARS SCHOOL ATTENDANCE CASE 




SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 

SCHOOL 

HOME-T 

RULING 

COUPLE 

JUDGE 

RULING 

JUDGE 

SCHOOL 

STATE 

CASARR 

COMPUTER CHECK-OUT 

SEE UNIVERSAL PRODUCT CODE 

COMPUTER CHIP 

UNC CLASSES READY FOR MICROELECTRONICS 

A CHIP OFF THE OLD TRIANGLE. . . 

INTERSIL. GE ANNOUNCE NEW SERIES OF PRODUCTS 

CITY MUSEUM MAY GET COMPUTER EXHIBIT 

COMPUTER ERRORS 

COMPUTER ERRORS CAN EMBARRASS HONEST CLIENTS 

WHO'S MINDING THE POSTAGE METER? 

A COMPUTER PROGRAM ERROR 

MORE MAIL 

ERRANT COMPUTERS 

COMPUTER PROBLEMS DELAY CHECKS FOR AFOC APPLICANTS 

COMPUTER SEEMS DETERMINED TO < I LL OFF HORACE HALL 

COMPUTER MAIL 

SEE ELECTRONIC 



'AIL SERVICE 



ROCESSING SYSTEM 
HOOLS. COMPUTERS 



MPUTER PROGRAM 
MPUTERS 
COMPUTERS 
(BOOKI 



» 



COMPUTER SOFTWARE PROGRAM 

SUIT BROUGHT AGAINST MICA 

COMPUTERIZED PLAYER PIANOS 
SEE ALSO PIANO 

COMPUTERIZED PIANO BOMBS WITH TAR HEELS 

COMPUTERLAND OF DURHAM 

GROUP IN GREENSBORO ORGANIZES NEW BANK 

COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, DATA P 
SEE ALSO APPLE COMPUTER CO. 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/C ARRBORO SC 
SEE ALSO "CHECKLESS SOCIETY" 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. COMPUTER K A1 
SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C.. COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, CD 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY. N.C.. CD 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS. 
SEE ALSO KATIE AND THE COMPUTER 
SEE ALSO N.C., COMPUTERS 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., COM 
SEE ALSO N.C. COMPUTER COMMISSI^ 
SEE ALSO PERSONAL COMPUTER 
SEE ALSO ROBOTS 

SEE ALSO TELECOMMUNICATIONS SY ST 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HI 
IT'S BASIC SKILL 
DAN DFLIUS* DREAM MACHINE 
MICROCOMPUTER FAIR PLANNED FOP 
EXPLORING NEW WORLDS 
FIRM IM BURLINGTON DONATES COM 
COMPUTERS HELP CREATE CLOTHES 
SALES MUSHROOM AT DATEC INC. 
OFFICIALS SAY TAX EVASION MAY 
COMPUTERS ARE HELPING ON FARMS 
CONSOLIDATED N.C. COMPUTER SYS 
N.C. STATE HAS COMPUTER SHORTA 
A CHIP OFF THE OLD TRIANGLE. . 
AUTHOR TOOK A TRIP INTO WONOE^ 
STARTING YOUNG 
PASSING PARADE 

COMPUTER BEING TAUGHT TO UNDE^ 
COMPUTER INSTITUTE PLANNED 
INSTITUTE AT NCCU FOR MATH TEA 
ERRANT COMPUTERS 
SCIENTISTS TO CONSIDER USES 0": 
SCIENTISTS DEFEND USE OF ANIMA 
VANCE SCHOOLS TO BUY COMPUTER 
■lANGUM SCHOOLKIDS TURN COMPUTE 
COMPUTER WORKSHOP PLANNED 
FARMER MAKES USE OF COMPUTERS 
NEW MACHINES ARE INSTALLED FOU 
COMPUTE" TRANSLATORS 
WORK WITH COMPUTERS 
MATH, SCIENCE ARE FOCUS 
NCCU PLANS COMPUTER INSTITUTE 
INSTITUTE EXAMINES COMPUTERS 
COMPUTER AGF HITS POLITICS 
TALKING COMPUTERS TO TEACH TY< 
t10,C00 GRANT EYED 
LEARNING WITH LUNCH: EX-SUPERI 
SUBJECTIVE CHOICE 
RENOVATED LIBRARY: A TREASURY 
A FISHING COMPUTER? 
DURHAM EANK USES NEW COMPUTER 
COUNTY SCHOOLS' COMPUTER USE ? 
SCHOOLS' COMPUTER USE DRAWING 
COMPUTER FIRMS GETTING NATIONA 
CITY MUSEUM MAY GET COMPUTER '- 
A GIFT OF HOPE 
CLASS SEEKS COMPUTER AIDE 
VIDEO GAMES, COMPUTERS TOP N.: 
DUKE MINI-COMPUTER TESTS RECAL 
LEARN SKILLS 

CENTRAL SETS NIGHT COURSE FOR 
BATTLE OVER COMPUTERS ERUPTS A 
DUKE CLASSES TEACH BASICS OF : 
LAW SCHOOL TO USE COMPUTERS 
COMPUTER COURSE IS FOR EDUCAT? 
OH, MY ACHING COMPUTER 
COMPUTERS AID PHARMACISTS 
UNC LAW SCHOOL TO USE MICROCOM 
THE CONTINUING WORRY OF BEING 
HAIL TO THE COMPUTER! 

CON ARTISTS 

SEE FLIMFLAM SCHEMES 

CONAN, THE BARBARIAN (FILM) 



PUTERS 

N 



LL DEPT. OF COMPUTER SCIENCE 

SATURDAY 
PUTER PACKAGE TO PTC 



TEM URGED 
GE 

LAND - AND STAYED 

STAND ENGLISH 

CHERS 

MACHINE VISION 
LS FOR RESEARCH 

RS INTO CELLULOID 
DUKE COMPUTER CAMP 



NTENDENT TALKS OF EDUCATION 

OF DATA 

SERVICE 

ISES SHARPLY 

PRAISE 

L, STATE ATTENTION 

XHIBIT 



. CHRISTMAS SALES 

L. WRITING RECOGNITION 

EDUCATORS 

MONG STATE OFFICIALS 

OMPUTERS 



PUTERS 

UNEMPLOYED 



H 


? 


1/29/92 


A 


7 


N 


s 


f 


2/03/82 


( 


1 7 


N 


H 


/ 


5/05/82 


H 




N 


<; 


7 


5/27/B2 


t 


1 <• 


N 


H 


? 


7/10/32 


A 


5 


N 


H 


? 


8/25/82 


( 


A 


N 


S 


? 


8/26/82 


A 


<. 


F 


S 


? 


8/27/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 


? 


9/03/82 


A 


1 n 


N 


H 


2 


10/20/82 


B 


6 


N 



S 2 2/18/82 A 5 N 

H 2 3/07/82 D I P F A20 

H 2 11/11/82 A 11 P N L",! 

S 2 ll/U/82 C 1 N M23 



? 


1/11/82 




A 


1 


/ 


3/05/82 




A 


E 


f 


3/18/82 




S 


1 


? 


<./0(./92 




A 


F 


7 


'./29/R2 




4 


F 


/ 


7/18/82 




4 


N 


2 


12/10/82 




1 


N 



H 2 5/08/82 C 1 N F7B 

S 2 3/10/82 All N 
H 2 2/21/82 D 10 N 



1/02/82 

1/08/82 

2/03/82 

2/04/82 

2/10/82 

2/21/82 

2/28/82 

3/01/82 

3/02/82 

3/04/82 

3/04/82 

3/07/82 

3/12/82 

3/25/82 

3/27/82 

4/11/82 

4/16/82 

4/20/82 

4/29/82 

5/02/82 

5/03/82 

5/04/82 

5/15/82 

5/27/82 

6/02/82 

6/03/82 

6/16/82 

6/2'S/82 

7/16/82 

7/17/82 

7/20/82 

8/12/82 

8/14/82 

3/18/82 

8/29/82 

9/16/82 

9/19/82 

10/17/82 

10/23/82 

11/02/82 

11/32/82 

11/08/82 

11/11/82 

11/13/82 

11/14/82 

11/27/82 

11/27/82 

12/04/82 

12/09/82 

12/19/82 

12/19/82 

12/19/82 

12/19/82 

12/19/82 

12/22/82 

12/23/82 

12/30/82 

12/31/82 



A20 
J06 
C56 



B 1 

A 3 

A 15 

C 14 

B 2 

A 4 

A 7 

B 1 

A 3 

A 9 

C 1 

A 5 

A 5 

8 I 

A 4 

A 20 

B 11 

A 20 



N E05 
N 



P C56 

N E05 

H 

N 

N 583 

N 

N 

N W36 

E 

N W36 

U W60 



N 

N 330 

N EOS 

N 

N M23 

E 



M23 
T37 



20 
8 

ID 
2 
5 
4 



MONTHLV/ANNUiL 
1/01/62 



INDEX 
12/31/92 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 142 
1/07/83 



BOYCOTT MOVIE 

CONCENTRATION CA«P5 

SEE ALSO WORLD WAR I I 

FREEDOM: IT'S VERY DEAR TO ALICIA GILEHICZ 

CONCEPTION 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 
SEE ALSO TEST TUBE BABY 

PRECONCEPTION HEALTH IS MEMORIAL TOPIC 

PRECONCEPTION HEALTH SEMINAR PLANNED 

CARE OF BABY CAN BEGIN HELL BEFORE CONCEPTION 

CONCERNED CITIZENS OF THE NOVEMBER 3R0 INCIDENT 
SEE ALSO COMMUNIST WORKERS PARTY 
SEE ALSO KU KLUX 'LAN 

SEE ALSO NAZI PARTY, N.C. , _ 

CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION IS REQUESTED 

CONCERNED CITIZENS TO SAVE PUBLIC HOUSING 
PUBLIC HOUSING MARCH PLANNED 

CONCERNED DEPUTIES FOR THE CITIZENS OF DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S OEPT., DEPUTIES 

CONCERNED UNITFD 3IRTHPARENTS 
SEE ALSO ADOPTION 

REUNION WITH -BIRThPAPENT' CAN HELP. HURT 

16 YEARS LATER: BIRTHMOTHER STILL GRIEVES 

CONCERNED UNITED 6 1 RTHPARENT S: COPING WITH THE UNKNOWN 

SERIES ON ADOPTION WAS 'TASTEFUL, FAIR- 
CONCORD, N.C. 

AMERICANS RETURN TO THE COUNTRYSIDE 

CONDEMNATION 

SEE ALSO EMINENT DOMAIN 

CITY MAY CONDEMN CENTER PROPER 
SAITTA DISPUTES PENNY ON SCOP: 
LAND SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN BY FO 
MAYOR DEFENDS CENTER PROJECT A 
MAYOR: "OVE BUILDING BEFORE CI 
H MILLION HIKE SEEN FOR CENTE 
PANEL OPPOSES PLANS BY CITY TO 
PANEL OPPOSES CONDEMNING PRIVA 
AIRPORT HAY CONDEMN LAND FOR N 
CIVIC CENTER PROPOSAL UNDER FI 
BUILDING SITE CONFLICT CAUSES 
AIRPORT PLANS TO CONDEMN RUNWA 
AIRPORT TO BEGIN CONDEMNING L« 
EMINENT DOMAIN CONCEPT STRETCH 
RIU MOVES TO CONDEMN RUNWAY LA 
RDU AIRPORT SEEKS LAND CONDEMN 
CITY SUES FOR BUFFER ALONG ^HC 
CONDEMNATION BATTLE MIGHT PROV 
PENNY PROPERTY MAY BE CONDEMNE 
THE MAYOR RESORTS TO CONOEMNAT 
CITY TO CONDEMN LAND FOR CENTF 
COUNCIL TO SET COMPENSATION F3 
CITY TO MAKE OFFER FOR CENTER 
DURHAM SAYS YES TO CONDEHNATIO 
TIME TO MOVE ALONG ON DOWNTOWN 
CONHEMNATI ON: PANEL ACTS ON CI 
LAWSUIT THREATENED OVER CONDEM 
CONDEMNATION JUSTIFIED IN OBTA 
CONDEMNATION WRONG WAY TO BUIL 
FURNITURE STORE BEING REMOVED 
LEGAL ACTION MAY NOT MALT CENT 
COUNCIL TO PONDER BUYING LAND 
CITY COUNCIL AGREES TO PRESS = 
PROCRASTINATION HURTS PLANS FO 
CANE CREEK HEARING OPENS 
CANE CREEK TESTIMONY RESUMES I 
RESERVOIR GETS PUBLIC SUPPORT 
CITY COUNCIL ACTS AFTER OFFERS 
PROPERTY OWNERS HAY DELAY CITY 
CHALLENGE VOWFD TO CONDEMNATIO 
COUNCIL HAD NO CHOICE 
PROPERTY OWNERS PLAN CONDEMNAT 
CHARLES MARKHAM EATING HIS WO^ 
LAND ACTION 'DEFINITIVE' 

CONDOMINIUMS 

SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, CONDOMINIUMS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, U.S. 

SEE ALSO LAUREL HILLS CONDOMINUHS 

ADAM A8PAM SELLS SALMON APARTMENTS 

CITY ASKED TO PURCHASE OPTIONS FOR CENTER SITE 

DEVELOPERS WANT TO 3UIL0 CONOOHINIUHS 

CONTROVERSY IS HEATING UP OVE) ONSLOW DEVELOPMENT 

ONSLOW OKS CONTROVERSIAL CONSTRUCTION 

WCRK STARTS ON CONDOMINIUMS 

BANKRUPTCY JUDGE CLEARS ESTES DRIVE CONOOS FOR SALE 

3 OFFICE CONDOMINIUMS PLANNED IN DURHAM 

CONDOMINIUMS: CAROLINA BEACH OFFICIALS REPORT CONSTRUCTION UP 

CONOOS POOH ON 30GUE BANKS 

MOUNTAIN HOMES POPULAR 

CONE MILLS CORP. 

TEXTILE WORKER KILLED IN ACCIDENT AT PLANT 

CONE MILLS AND BI BOOST PAY FOR HOURLY EMPLOYEES 

COURT AFFIRMS BROWN LUNG RULING 

CONFEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT ORDERS OF KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE KU KLUX KLAN 

CONFERENCE BOARD 

CONSUMER CONFIDENCE 

CONFIDENCE GAMES 

SEE ALSO FLIMFLAM SCHEMES 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 

CON ARTISTS THRIVE IN RECESSION THANKS TO GREED 

CONFIDENTIALITY 
SEE PRIVACY 

CONFLICT OF INTERESTS 
SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 

SCHOOL OFFICIAL IS CHARGED 

RUFFIN DENIES ALL ALLEGATIONS „, , 

GOV. HUNT DENIES CONFLICT OF INTEREST IN CETA FUNDING 

ATTY. GEN.: RUFFIN NOT GUILTY OF CONFLICT 

OFFICIALS WANT STATE AUDIT BE=ORE I NVEST I GA T I NG RUFF I N 

'THE GROUP' TAKES CREDIT FOR JEVEALING PUFFIN DEALINGS 



TY FOR PRIVATE USE 

OF LAND TALKS 
RCE 

GAINST 'HARBINGERS OF DOOM' 
NOEHNING LAND 

CONDEMN CENTER LAND 
TE LAND 
EW RUNWAY 

RE FROM TWO FRONTS 
NEW HUNT 
Y LAND 
NO 

ED BEYOND REASON 
NO 
ATION 

ENO 
E COSTLY 
D 

ION THREAT 
R 

R CENTER LAND 
LAND 
N ICARTOONI 

COMPLEX 
VIC CENTER PARCEL 
NATION 

INING CENTER LAND 
A CENTER 

TO MAKE WAY FOR CIVIC CENTER ICARTOONI 
ER SITE BUYS 

OR DEALS ON LAND FOR CENTER 
R CIVIC CENTER 

N AFTERNOON 

TO PURCHASE STORES REJECTED 
PURCHASE OF CENTER LAND 



ION BATTLE 
DS ICARTOONI 



N E 
P 



S I T 
£ L Y 
DATE C PG L P 9YL 



H 2 11/27/82 A 



H 2 2/D5/82 B 2 P F B30 



S 2 8/20/B2 A 8 N 
S 2 3/31/92 A 6 N 
H 2 9/03/82 3 2 P N 330 



H 2 1/29/82 B 3 N 
H 2 9/12/82 A 9 N 



H 


2 


3/30/92 


A 


6 


G 


930 


s 




10/29/92 


9 


1 


P G 


A15 


s 


2 


10/29/82 


a 


I 


P G 


A15 


s 


2 


11/20/82 


A 


4 


L 




s 


2 


8/04/B2 


A 


13 


N 




H 


2 


5/06/82 


A 


1 


N 


S51 


H 


2 


5/07/82 


A 


1 


N 


S51 


H 


2 


5/08/82 


A 


t. 


E 




H 


2 


5/11/82 


A 


1 


N 


S51 


s 


2 


5/U/92 


C 


1 


N 


K90 


H 


2 


5/15/92 


A 


1 


N 




H 


2 


5/26/82 


A 


1 


N 


S51 


s 


2 


5/26/92 


B 


1 


N 




H 


2 


6/D2/82 


B 


1 


N 


H60 


H 


2 


6/09/92 


A 


1 


N 


SSI 


H 


2 


6/12/82 


A 


1 


N 


S51 


H 


2 


7/07/82 


B 


1 


N 


H60 


s 


2 


7/07/82 


8 


1 


N 




H 


2 


7/09/82 


A 


A 


E 




H 


2 


7/22/92 


B 


1 


N 


H60 


s 


2 


7/22/92 


A 


11 


N 




H 


2 


8/03/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 


2 


8/16/92 


A 


3 


N 




H 


2 


9/01/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 


2 


9/0-1/92 


A 


A 


E 




s 


2 


0/l'./82 


A 


1 


N 


K90 


H 


2 


0/15/92 


A 


1 


N 


S51 


5 


2 


0/15/82 


A 


1 


N 


K90 


H 


2 


0/16/92 


A 


** 


Y T 


R56 


s 


2 


10/16/82 


A 


A 


E 




H 


2 


11/05/82 


A 


I 


N 


551 


s 


2 


11/05/82 


A 


1 


N 


K90 


s 


2 


11/06/92 


A 


A 


E 




H 


2 


11/07/82 





A 


E 




H 


2 


11/07/92 


D 


4 


T T 


R56 


s 


2 


1/08/82 


A 


1 


N 


K90 


s 


2 


1/15/82 


c 


1 


N 


K90 


H 


2 


1/16/92 


A 


1 


N 


S51 


s 


2 


1/17/82 


A 


A 


E 




H 


2 


1/30/92 


A 


6 


N 


3A6 


s 


2 


1/30/92 


A 


9 


N 




s 


2 


12/02/92 


A 


1 


N 


BA6 


H 


2 


2/21/92 


A 


1 


N 


S51 


s 


2 


12/21/82 


A 


1 


N 


K90 


H 


2 


12/22/92 


C 


1 


N 


S51 


s 


2 


12/22/82 


A 


A 


E 




s 


2 


12/22/82 


c 


1 


N 


K90 


H 


2 


12/23/92 


A 


A 


T T 


R56 


s 


2 


12/27/82 


C 


1 


N 


K90 



S 2 


1/12/92 


B 


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KOGER TCI PAY BACK S2.21'5 TO IMSTITUTE 

IMOUSTRY MAY HAVE PAID FOP COMMISSIONERS' TRIP 

UTILITIES OFFICIAL SEEKS GUIOiNCE 

TIMING OUESTIONABLE 

UNC OFFICIAL INVESTIGATED 

CONGREGATIONS IN ACTION 

SEE DURHAM CONGREGATIONS IN ACTION 
SEE MEALS ON WHEELS 

CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGNS 

SEE ALSO ELECTIONS. DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ELECTIONS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DI STRICT 

SEE ALSO SENATORIAL CAMPAIGNS 

SFE ALSO U.S. CONGRESS 

Two CANDIDATES TO APPEAR 

DURHAM'S NEW CONGRESSMAN? IT'LL 3E7?? 

JONES TO SEEK HIS 9TH TERM 

IKE ANDREWS SAYS HE'LL RUN 

ANDREWS TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

PAPER SAYS PaOYHILL GOT CONTRIBUTION 

PREYER SAYS HE WON'T RUN 

LEE WON'T RUN THIS YEAR 

LEE WON'T RUN IN '82 

JOCKEYING MAY PICK UP IN NEW 2ND 

DRAFT-PPEYER MOVEMENT GAINS MOMENTUM AMONG DEMOCRATS 

MICHAUX HINTS HE'LL RUN 

MICHAUX FUNO-RAISER SET TO FOLLOW ANNOUNCEMENT 

MICHAUX WILL TOUR DISTRICT 

RAMSEY STILL MULLING 2ND DISTRICT RACE 

MICHAUX TO RUM FOR CONGRESS 

MICHAUX ENTERS CONGRESS RACE 

MICHAUX RETURNS TO HERO'S WELCOME 

MICHAUX SETS OUT TO CONOUER FOUNTAIN (CARTOON) 

FOUNTAIN WON'T SEEK ANOTHER HOUSE TERM 

FOUNTAIN MAY NOT RUN AGAIN 

FOUNTAIN CONFIRMS HE WON'T RUN; CITES FUNDS 

FOUNTAIN SAYS HE WON'T RUN 

MILLEO "AY RUN FOR 2ND DISTRICT SEAT 

L. H. FOUNTAIN CHINA SHOP: GOING OUT OF BUSINESS ICARTOONI 

FOUNTAIN'S WITHDRAWAL STIRS G:) P INTEREST 

2 FROM DURHAM ON MICHAUX COMMITTEE 

HEADS OF MICHAUX PANEL NAMED 

FOUNTAIN: NOT MANY REASONS TO RUN 

MILLER STILL QUIET ABOUT 2ND DISTRICT RACE 

BRITT TO CHALLENGE 6TH OISTRKT REP. EUGENE JOHNSTON 

MORRISON EYES 6TH DISTRICT BIO 

JAMES E. RAMSEY PREPARING TO ENTER 2ND DISTRICT RACE 

CLARKE GETS NCAE PANEL BACKINS 

ROCKY MOUNT MAYOR EXPECTS 2N0 DISTRICT RUN-OFF 

VALENTINE MAPS PLANS 

2 CO-CHAIR CAMPAIGN 

NASH LAWYER EXPECTED TO RUN It 2N0 

REPUBLICANS STUDY 2N0 DISTRICT RACE 

COBEY OFFICE IS OPENED 

ROCKY MOUNT MAYOR DECIDES NOT TO RUN 

TURNAGE WITHDRAWS FROM RACE 

TURNAGE BACKS VALENTINE IN 2ND DISTRICT 

VALENTINE GETS SUPPORT 

VALENTINE ENTERS RACE FOR 2ND DISTRICT SEAT 

NASHVILLE LAWYER SEEKS 2ND DISTRICT SEAT 

GOP FORUM IS SATURDAY 

PHILOSOPHY. NOT RACE. SAID KEY TO ELECTION 

VALENTINE 'WELCOMES' DURHAM 

WATFRS CONSIDERS RUN FDR CONG'ESS 

GENTRY: PRIMARY AID TO GOP 

REOI STRICTING DECISION DIMS CHANCE OF MILLER CANDIDACY 

RACE HAS NO PLACE IN 2N0 OIST'ICT FIGHT 

MARKHAM: GOP MIGHT DO WELL IN DURHAM 

MICHAUX TO OPEN HEADOUARTERS 

MONEY COULO LURE MARIN INTO RACE FOR CONGRESS 

TWO ORGANIZATIONS WITH CLOUT 

RAMSEY EXPECTED TO ENTER 2ND DISTRICT PRIMARY RACE 

MICHAUX CHRISTENS HEADQUARTERS 

MICHAUX OPENS HQ 

REP. HENDON TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

MICHAUX PROCEEDING WITH PLANS 

RAMSEY TO RUN IN 2ND DISTRICT 

SPORTS FIGURES MULLING POLITi:al CAREER 

NIXON ASKED FOR FUND-RAISING HELP 

CANDIDATE OUTLINES JOB FINDING PLAN 

MCOANIEL PLANS CONGRESSIONAL BID 

WALTER JONES FILES TO RUN FOR lOTH TERM 

PAUL PULLEY SEEKING RE-ELECTION 

ED HINSDALE FILES FOR STATE SENATE 

WATERS WON'T; MARIN MIGHT; GARDNER WILL 

2ND DISTRICT rAMPAIGN: WATERS OUT, GARDNER IN 

NEAL ANNOUNCES FOR FIFTH TERM 

JUNE 29 PRIMARY DATE DELIGHTS ELECTION OFFICIAL IN DURHAM 

COBEY TO ANNOUNCE 

ROSE AND MARTIN PAY FILING FEES 

YEARGIN BOWS OUT OF 2ND DISTRICT RACE 

NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATORS GROUP ENDORSES MICHAUX 

YEARGIN WILL NOT SEEK 2N0 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT SEAT 

NCAE PACKS MICHAUX 

MCOANIEL, CLARKE FILE FOR CONGRESS 

COBEY FILES FOR CONGRESS 

MARIN PLANS CONFERENCE TOMORROW 

alDHY IN 2N0 DISTRICT RACE 

REPS. BROYHILL. NEAL FILE FOR RE-ELECTION 

COBEY ENTERS <.TH DISTRICT RACr 

MARIN ENTERS GOP RACE IN 2ND :)ISTRICT 

MARIN THROWING HIS NAME INTO SECOND DISTRICT RACE 

NINE PEOPLE FILE FOR CONGRESS 

12 PRIMARIES FOR CONGRESS SLATED IN N.C. 

MICHAUX MAKES IT OFFICIAL 

AVOWED KLANSMAN RUNS FOR CONGRESS 

VALENTINE TAPS CAMPAIGN CHIEF 

DEMOCRATS. REPUBLICANS MAP CONGRESIONAL RACES STRATEGY 

MICHAUX AIDE NAMED 

GOP HAS AMBITIOUS GOALS FOR 'R2 ELECTIONS IN N.C. 

VALENTINE NAMES AIDE 

CONSERVATIVES' TARGET IS NEAL 

OXFORD MAN TO WORK FOR VALENTINE 

VALENTINE: REAGAN'S NOT ALL BAD 

VALENTINE: CUT DEFICIT 

MEDICAL SOCIETY BACKS VALENTINE FOR CONGRESS 

MOORE BACKS VALENTINE 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES MAKE FINANCIAL DISCLOSURES 

FORMER GOVERNOR ENDORSES VALE'ITINE 

MICHAUX HITS 'DRASTIC CUTBACKS' 

MICHAUX FORESEES JOB INFLUX 

VALENTINE AIDES NAMED 

DEMOCRATS SCRAMBLE FOR FOUNTAIN'S EMPTY SEAT 

DURHAM WHITES COULD BE SWING VOTE FOR 2ND DISTRICT RACE 



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1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



MICHIUX HOPSS TO CRACt 4N0THE3 ?iRRI60 
GOOUP ENDORSES "ICH4UX 
SENIO" CITIZENS B«C< -ilCHAUX 

FORUH PLANNED FOR CANDIDATES !N 2N0 DISTRICT 
RAMSEY MORKED TO GET WHERE HE IS 
RAMSEY: FUNDS ""AY HAVE TO 8E JSEJ 

RAxSEY: SOCIAL SECURITY NAY NEED GENERAL FUND INFUSION 
VALENTINE: 4 "OOE^^ATc WHO LOVr S HIS FAMILY 
MtCHAUX SEEKS MONEY. SUPPORT 
GARDNER: M have the 3EST CHA-tCE' 
2N0 DISTRICT: GDP PRIMARY T3 3E LESS COSILY 
BIDDY'S FACE FAMILIAR TO DURHAM GOP 
RAMSEY'S EARNINGS S!NCE JAN. '81 TOP $100,000 
MARIN'S PHILOSOPHY CENTERS ON INDIVIDUALISM 
RA-SE* OPENS DURHAM HO 

SLACKS GAIN STRENGTH IN 2N0 DISTRICT 
RAMSEY: MOMENTUM INCREASING 

BAPTIST MINISTER MAKING THIRD RUN FOR SEAT 
CANDIDATES TO S=EAK AT "EET 
WEST NAMED ^Y VALENTINE 

FOUNTAIN INDICATES CANDIDATE HE LIKES 
RAMSEY: CUT EVERY DEPARTMENT 
VALENTINE CHAIRMAN NAMED 
MICHAUX ENDORSED 
GROUP ENDORSES MICHAUX 

VALENTINE FLOATS ON FOUNTAIN'S SPOUT ICARTOONI 
ELDERLY BACK MICHAUX. MRS. GATES IN PRI"ARY 
VALENTINE RICHEST OF PRIMARY =OES 
2 CANDIDATES ENDORSED 
VALENTINE VISIT 

2N0 DISTRICT CANDIDATES DISCUSS ECONOMIC WOES 
SENIORS GROUP GIVES MICHAUX ENDORSEMENT 
MEETING THE PUBLIC 

CANDIDATES FOR CONGRESS FIELD JUERIES 
MARINS OPEN HO 
THE QUESTION WAS ON ERA 
HEAOOUARTERS OPEN 

BIDDY OPENS CAMPAIGN HEADOUAR'ERS 
BIDDY OPENS HEAOOUARTERS IN DURHAM 
MICHAUX: REAGANOMICS NOT WORKING 
MICHAUX LEADS IN 2ND-DISTRICT SPENDING 
ECONOMY CONCERNS VALENTINE CA"PAIGN 
RAMSEY FAVORS RIGHT-TO-WORK LAWS 
MICHAUX. RA"SEY MAKE 3IG LOANS TO CAMPAIGNS 
RAMSEY SEEKS JO?S FDR DISTRICT WORKERS 
CANDIDATES 'RAOE JA'S 
VOTE FOR DOUG BIDDY FOR CONGRESS 
CORRECTION 

REAGONO"ICS DESERVES CHANCE. SAYS CANDIDATE 
REPUBLICANS! =ARRY GARDNER FO' CONGRESS 
VALENTINE RAPS LABOR BACKING -• F MICHAUX 
biddy: REAGANOMICS "RIGHT FOR THE NATION' 
CHARGES FLY IN 2ND DISTRICT RACE 
GARDNER: =EDPLE MUST make NATION BETTER 
BLACK VOTE HELD KEY IN THREE-WAY BATTLE 
FACES FAMILIAR IN RARE PRIMARY 

RECOR-^ 12 PRIMARIES TO PARE U.S. HOUSE FIELD 
TOBACCO GROUP BACKS RAMSEY 

...THE VOTER 9ETTER ASK AT LEAST THREE OUESTIONS. . . WHY? HOW? HOW »UCH? 
ALL THAT'S LEFT FOR CANDIDATES IS THE WAITING 

RUNOFF SEEN BETWEEN MICHAUX. VALENTINE: RAMSEY TRAILS RIVALS 
A TALLY OF KEY RACES 
5 CONGRESSMEN RENOMINATED 
MARIN LEADS GOP CONGRESSIONAL RACE 
CONGRESS. LEGISLATURE , , 

2N0 DISTRICT PRIMARY AS CLOSE AS EXPECTED 
WALKER LEADS VOTING FOR N.C. SENATE SEAT 
TO FACE ANDREWS 

MICHAUX. VALENTINE LOOKING TO RUNOFF 
INCUMBENT N.C. CONGRESSMEN WIN RENOMI NATIONS 
BIOrY RUNOFF DECISION MAY BE MADE MONDAY 
8IDDY"S DECISION ON RUNOFF AWAITED 
FIR" SUES MICHAUX 

MARIN MAY BE WEALTHIEST IN 2N? 
DEMOCRATS VS. GOP: REAGAN THE FOCAL POINT 
BIDDY DECISION ON RUNOFF DUE ?Y NOON TODAY 
BIDDY WCN"T SEEK RUNOFF WITH "iHIK 
VALENTINE ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR 2N0 PRIMARY 
2ND PRIMARY: VALENTINE SAYS Y= S : 3I00Y NO 

2NC DISTRICT RACE SEEN TEST OF BLACKS" POLITICAL INFLUENCE 
"ICHAUX SEEKS ELDERLY SUPPORT 

POSTAL OFFICIAL: BIDDY'S LETTERS WERE DELIVERED 
RUNOFFS TO COST S500.000 

CANDIDATE'S LETTER SAID DELIVERED BEFORE ELECTION 
RAMSEY WON'T ENDORSE RUNOFF CANDIDATE 
RAMSEY WILL NOT ENDORSE EITHER RUNOFF CANDIDATE 
TEXAS CONGRESSMAN TO VISIT 6H DISTRICT 

RAMSEY NOT TO ENOORSE VALENTINE OR MICHAUX ICARTOONI 
MICHAUX. VALENTINE DEBATE INCOME TAX 
CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES ATTACKING RECORDS 
BLACK AND WHITE POLITICS 
HERE ARE OFFICIAL PRIMARY RESULTS 

2N0-DISTRICT PRIMARY SEEN HINGING ON VOTER TURNOUT 
2ND DIST. CANDIDATES WIND UP = OR FINAL PITCH 
A-IDREWS CALLS CRITICISM BY FLAHERTY HARASSMENT 
MICHAUX NOTES STAND ON TAX, LABOR ISSUES 
MICHAUX. VALENTINE WILL DEBATE TONIGhT 
RUNOFF RIVALS DIFFER ON DEATH PENALTY VIEWS 
MICHAUX LEADS VALENTINE IN SPENDING 

CORNELIUS LAUNCHES HIS CAMPAIGN TO UNSEAT MARTIN 
MICHAUX. VALENTINE RE»ORT FINANCES 
VALENTINE. MICHAUX SQUARE OFF 
MICHAUX: VALENTINE USING RACE AS ISSUE 
MICHAUX. VALENTINE CAPTURE ATTENTION 
MICHAUX CONSISTENT ON SOC. SEC. 
A REAL DE»OCRAT 

"I EELIEVE IN THE AMERICAN FAMILY- 
VOTE FOR VALENTINE 

LIGl!r5oTE'" = x3ECTEo"N'''ODAY'S STATE RunoFF ELECTIONS 
MICHAUX. VALENTINE MAKE FINAL PITCHES 

VALENTINE DEFEATS MICHAUX: DURHAM MAN GETS 46.2 PCT. OF RUNOFF VOTE 

DURHA- COUNTY RESULTS 

They shed tears over michAUX'S DEFEAT 

VALENTINE SETS SIGHTS ON NOVEMBER ELECTION 

2ND DISTRtC RACE LURES VOTERS TO POLLS 

MICHAUX BACKERS WATCH NUMBLY as BATTLE LOST 

UNITED FRONT EmOES DEMOCRATS 

VALENTINE VOWS PARTY UNITY EFFORT 

A SPIRITED ELECTIDN 

THE END OF The TRAIL ICARTOONI 

MICHAUX SUED OVER ELECTION WO' K 

MICHAUX SPENDS OVER t2oo.oao 

WADE "EAOS MARIN DRIVE 

UNITED FRONT STILL IN DOUBT 



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' ' ".l^y,* I- INDEX 
1/01/92 - 12/31/32 



V«LENTINE CONFIDENT OF MKHlux SUPPORT 

RACISM HAS BECOME A TIRESOME FXCUSE 

RACE, MONEY. PRESS AIDED MICH4UX LOSS 

CLUB PLANS TO BACK JACK MARIN 

COMPUTER AGE HITS POLITICS 

MICHAUX DOUBTS HE'LL PURSUE W5ITE-IN CAMPAIGN 

GUESS HHO'S NOT COMING TO DINNER? (CARTOON) 

CRANE SAYS TAX HIKE WON'T PAS^ 

MARIN GETS SUPPORT 

FLAHERTY SEEKING DEBATE 

FLAHERTY CALL? FOR DEBATE 

VALENTINE REFUSES TO DEBATE MARIN 

•AMERICAN FAMILY' POLITICAL CD DEMORDS 

VALENTINE SAYS NO TO MAPIN DEBATE 

CANDIDATES TAKE TRIP TO TEXAS 

THE LAMM ALTERNATIVE 

GOP LEADER WANTS PROBE OF INVITATION FOR ANDREWS 

STATE DISREGARDS INVEST I GA T lOM REOUEST 

MARIN PAINTS STRONG LIBERAL VALENTINE LINKS 

STARTING TO STUMP 

MARIN: CUT FEDERAL SPENDING 

MICHAUX LUKEWARM TO BACKING VALENTINE 

MICHAUX SAYS HE DID NOT ENDORSE VALENTINE FOR SEAT 

2N0 DISTRICT DEBATE WOULD HELP THE VOTERS 

ANDREWS FACES SERIOUS CHALLENGE 

MICHAUX HAS FEW OPTIONS OPEN I OW 

MICHAUX STILL NOT READY TO ENDORSE VALENTINE 

MICHAUX NOT READY TO ENDORSE 

MARIN NAMES COUNTY CAMPAIGN CHIEF 
HYDE AND FLAHERTY EXCHANGE CHARGES 
HOLDING OUT 

SEN. GLENN HELPS N.C. CANDIDATES 

GOP TO PUT tlO.OOO INTO MARIN HOUSE 310 

MICHAUX: PARTY SHOULD HAVE MADE VALENTINE OU IT 

MICHAUX TO VALENTINE: TUNE IN TO DISTRICT 

MICHAUX. VALENTINE DISCOUNT p:?ESSURE BY STATE DEMOCRATS 

ORANGE REPUBLICANS TO MEET TODAY 

MICHAUX STILL HOLDING OUT 

MARIN, VALENTINE CLASH 

VALENTINE ITERATES REFUSAL TO DEBATE 

MARIN AND VALENTINE ON THE BASKETBALL COURT ICARTOON) 

MARIN NAMES AIDES 

VALENTINE SCORES GOP 

SOUR GRAPES FROM MICHAUX 

VALENTINE SUPPORTS 55 MPH LIMIT 

MICHAUX. VALENTINE PACT AIMS AT UNITY 

MICHAUX CITES PARTY UNITY IN ENDORSING VALENTINE 

MR. VALENTINE: A MIXTURE OF POLITICAL APPROACHES 

CONSERVATIVE POLITICAL ADS TO RUN IN TRIANGLE AREA 

FOUNTAIN SUPPORTS VALENTINE 

CONSERVATIVE GROUP AIMS TV ADS AT DURHAM AREA 

BUSH TO CAMPAIGN ON BEHALF OF COBEY 

BLACK REPUBLICANS BACK MARIN 

ANOTHER CANOIOATE VIES FOR HOUSE SEAT 

LIBERTARIAN RELIES ON HONESTY 

VALENTINE SKIPS MEET 

ANDREWS GETS VFW BACKING 

PEP TALK: MARIN SAYS GOP CAN ^AIN SEATS 

HUNT HAILS MICHAUX. RAPS GOP 

MARIN VOICES OPTIMISM IN ELECTIONS 

HUNT BAPS REAGANOMICS AT MICHAUX FUND-RAISER 

ATHLET IC CAMPA IGN 

REPUBLICANS. ANDREWS EXCHANGE ACCUSATIONS 

SINCERE. BUT UNSEASONED 

HEFNER DECIDES AGAINST DEBATE 

ci;!!5l&:;rE=?^ 5??eS^'"f^Sc«°"'' campaigns trying to .buy SEATS' 

PARTY BACKS IKE; HE'LL STAY IN RACE 

MARIN BLASTS OEMS' CONTROL OF CONGRESS 

ATLANTA MAYOR PLANNING TO MAKE N.C. CAMPAIGN STOP FOR ROSE 

CANDIATES SAY GOVERNMENT MUST CUT SPENDING AND TAXES 

ANDREWS OWES VOTERS A SOUND EXPLANATION 

VALENTINE SUPPORT CONTINUES 

CHANNEL * PLANS TO SHOW DEBATES 

IKE THE SPEEDSTER (CARTOONI 

2ND DISTRICT CANDIDATES MEET AT ROXBORO FORUM 

ANDREWS TO RESUME CAMPAIGNING 

BUSH SEES VOTE AS A TEST 

"I'S'^f SSMAN ANDREWS MOVES TO THE HIGH ROAD 

XI,£^ PRESIDENT HEARS CRITICISM OF TOBACCO TAX 

WOOD TO HEAD CAMPAIGN 

I,«;E '"'°SffJr'''-^'°^ GUILTY TO DUI. SPEEDING CHARGES 

HUNT: VOTERS MUST DECIDE ON A'IDREWS 

VALENTINE TO APPEAR AT DANCE 

HUNT = 'p%'o5f'"i?'Sp'to Jk? """"''' -X'^E-IN (CARTOON, 

tUP?^."Lfl3'"'E''''5 "'(^HT 10 SERVE IN WASHINGTON 

'WEAKNESSES ARE MY OWN '--C ANDI DA TE 

FOCUS ON THE ISSUES 

HUNT: ANDREWS CAN STILL WIN ELECTION 

RAMSEY BACKS TIM VALENTINE 

ANDREWS VOWS ELECTION FIGHT 

yK'k'^Jip'is'cbhlY'SSs-'""-""'"' NATIONAL TRAGEDY 

VALENTINE NAMES MANAGER 

pftRSS'i^f MTl^fJ'W^'' "''" '° "" "l-*«CEO BUDGET 

LICENSE PLATE CHECK DEFENDED 

MARIN WANTS MORF GROWTH 

SQ'J^^E^S'ONAL CLUB AIDE CHECKS CAR REGISTRATIONS 

5iiS^^ AGREES TO MAKE CAMPAIGN TRIP TO N.C. 

DEMOCRAT LEADER ACCUSES CLUB TF ' GE STAPO' TACTIC S 

BLACK COMMITTEE STILL C3NSI0ERING WRITE-IN 

VALENTINE FILES SPENDING REP05T 

WRITE-IN STILL CONSIDERED 

VALENTINE RAISES. SPENDS OVER S250.0DO 

Jc^rScIci"? COBEY SKIP 'ECONOMIC JUSTICE' FORUM 

TEACHERS' GROUP BACKS ANDREWS 

COBEY ADS MISLEADING 

BKL COBEY'S ADVERTISING AGENCY (CARTOONI 

^E;j!E'?SGr^N^o?-sipSRr^" ^^ ""^'^ °'= ^"^*'"" 

REAGAN TO VISIT RALEIGH TUESDAY 

IKE ANDREWS HAS A HEART 

FORUM PLANNED FOR CANDIDATES 

HUNT TO APPCAR 

A MIX OF POLITICS AND ATHLETICS 

OUTSPOKEN UNDERDOG 

'•.,'.?l'"'"'""< CANDIDATE RUNS AGAINST BROYHILL 

HUNT USES SLOGAN TO LAMBASTE "OP 

2N0 DISTRICT DEMOCRATS FORESE= 'HAPPY DAYS' 

DURHAM REPUBLICANS DEBATE REAGAN VISIT 

MONOALE TO VISIT N.C. TUESDAY 

THE RIGHT MAN... 

...OR RIGHT-WING PAWN? 

MRS. IKE ANDREWS: CAMPAIGN ROUGH. BUT PICKING UP 



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l/Ol/aj - 12/31/82 



S U B J E 



MONDALE TO VISIT STATE TUESDAY 

KE ANDREWS" WIFE TOU'S CARRBORO 

ANDREWS: ARREST A GOOD LESSON 

IN THIS ELECTIONt N6AL WILL PAY ATTENTION TO HIS CHALLENGER 

•'EAGANOMICS' FACTOR IN 5TH DISTRICT RACE 

IKE WANTS TV PE'lATE 

WAKE DEBATES "ANOATORY 

2N0 C0NGR':S5I0NAL DISTRICT: I. T. VALENTINE AN INVETERATE FLE SH-PRESSER 

2ND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: WARIN STAUNCH CONSERVATIVE. URGES WESSAGE 

DEMOCRATS ENCOURAGED ABOUT NOV. 2 

GOP TRYING TO HOLD SEAT IN DISTRICT 11 

COBEY TIED TO HELWS. EAST 

COBEY BIGGEST SPENDER IN N.C. CONGRESS RACES 

PRESI"1ENT STUMPING =0R GOP IN RALEIGH TODAY 

THE OTHER CANDIDATES SHOULDN'T BE IGNORED 

HONDALE TO 3E IN N.C. TODAY 

COBEY REJECTS BIO FOR DEBATE 3N TV 

ISSUES RANGE FROM ERA TO SCHOOLS AT FQRUW 

3RITT, JOHNSTON STRESS DIFFERENT ISSUES 

REAGAN GETS BIG HURRAH IN N.C. 

WARIN, CO»EY AMONG CROWD WEUCMING REAGAN AT ROU 

ANDREWS RAPS COBEY FOR ABSENCE 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB SPENDS t'9.1^ MILLION 

COBEY DECLINES DEBATE WITH ANOREwS 

FOR KATE SMITH, A SPECIAL HONOR FROM A NATION 

REAGAN BOOSTS COBEY, MARIN IN RALEIGH VISIT 

MONDALE RAPS REAGAN OVER ECONOMY IN N.C. 

CLUB GIVES $62, 'IT TO CAHPAIGMS 

REAGAN WANTS N.C. TO makE IT • 3 FOR 3' 

POLITICAL VISITS: A VIEW OF 193'.? 

COBEY BEST CANDIDATE 

UNEMPLOYMENT KEY ISSUE IN 3TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT RACE 

HUNT CONTENDS REAGAN'S VISIT JON'T AID GOP 

ANDREWS ASKS FOR PROBE INTO COBEY GROUP 

RALEIGH VISIT TYPIFIES REAGAN STRATEGY 

NOW BACKS 7 MEN OVER WOMEN 

RCAGAN ADDRESSED "SOCIAL ISSUES" WHILE IN N.C. 

IKE ANDREWS INEFFECTIVE 

BILL CO»EY QUALIFIED 

POLITICAL ADVERTISING HITS NAUSEATING LOW 

MARIN, VALENTINE BRUSH AT FORJM 

ANDREWS: COBEY UNFAIRLY USED GROUP 

N.C. POLITICAL BATTLEGROUND MIRRORS NATIONAL ELECTIONS 

BLACK POLITICAL GROUP BACKS W'lTE-IN EFFORT 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES ENDOP SE NUCLEAR REDUCTION 

OPPONENT CHALLENGES ROSE'S REIQRO 

BLACKS PUSH WRITE-IN DRIVE F0< MICHAUX 

UNENTHUSIASTIC CAMPAIGN BUTTONS ICARTOONl 

FORGIVE, YES; RE-ELECT, NO 

WRITE-IN ENDORSEMENT SPLITS PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE 

BLACKS SHOULD VIEW RECORD 

NORMAL POLITICS TURNS MURKY IN 2N0 DISTRICT 

AND0EWS-C02EY RACE: A <.TH "KNUCKLE BUSTER' 

auALIFICATIONS: JACK mjrin C TIM VALENTINE IAO> 

n.c. gop predicts gain in house seats 

campaign questions: u.s. house 

democrats for mickey and tim (cartoon) 

two flawed candidates 

write-in effort doesn't worry other candidates 

campaigns wind down; now it"s voters" turn 

cobey, andrews battle to the wire 

voter' will make choice on ec:nomy 

voters to pick officeholders. decide other issues 

slots at tcp of machine can be used for write-in 

andrews wins another tgbm: voters reject cobey"s blitz in <.th district 

valentine sent to u.s. house: demo beats cq3ey, effort for write-in 

durham congress vote 

<,th district vote 

2nd district voting 

"it looks good": andrews perks up as tide flows in his favor 

JOHNSTON LOSES, hENDON TRAILS 

VALENTINE"S VICTORY STUNS DURHAM GOP 

COMMITTEE STANDS BY WRITE-IN FOR MICHAUX 

DEMOCRATS GAIN IN N.C. 

COaEY"S LOSS TO ANOREVS BLAMED ON REAGANOMICS 

CREAM RISES TO TOP IN CONGRESSIONAL RACE 

CnuNTY WON"T BE IGNORED PITTMAN 

N.C. ELECTIONS AT A GLANCE 

CLARKE CLAIMS NARROW UPSET IN 1 1 TH DISTRICT 

CAMPAIGN CHIEF SAYS ECONOMY BEAT COBEY 

VALENTINE WINS PRAISE FROM OOP 

CLARKE MJSGIN OVER HENDON IS 1,32'. 

MR. VALENTINE'S POLITICS AREN'T CLEARLY DEFINED 

RECOUNT SOUGHT IN FIVE COUNTIES 

NCAF LEADER SAYS SHE EXAGGERATED 

CANDIDATES SPENT "VER K. MILLION ON CONGRESSIONAL RACES IN N.C. 

COBEY LEADS IN CAMPAIGN MONEY 

CIVIC CENTER'S BIRTH STILL DOWN THE ROAD 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 

SEE NATIONAL CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 



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10/29/82 


A 






L 






H 2 


10/28/82 


c 


11 




N 






H 2 


10/29/92 


c 


13 




N 






S 2 


10/29/92 


A 






N 






S 2 


10/29/82 


A 






U 






S 2 


10/26/92 


A 






N 






S 2 


10/28/82 


c 






F 






H 2 


10/29/92 


A 






L 






H 2 


10/29/92 


A 






L 






H 2 


10/29/62 


A 






L 






H 2 


10/29/62 


3 




p 


N 


B81 




H 2 


10/29/62 


e 






N 






S 2 


10/29/62 


A 






J 






S 2 


10/29/62 


A 






N 


K90 




S 2 


10/29/92 


c 






N 


S83 




S 2 


10/29/82 


c 






N 






H 2 


10/30/92 


A 






N 


X23 




H 2 


10/30/62 


A 




T 


T 


R56 




H 2 


10/30/92 


A 






L 






S 2 


10/30/82 


A 






N 


K90 




S 2 


10/30/92 


A 






L 






H 2 


10/31/92 


A 




p 


N 


981 




H 2 


10/31/62 


A 




p 


N 


W36 




H 2 


10/31/82 


A 






A 






H 2 


10/31/82 


c 






N 






H 2 


10/31/92 


D 




P 


F 






H 2 


11/01/92 


A 




T 


T 


R56 




H 2 


11/01/62 


A 






L 






S 2 


11/01/92 


A 






N 


X16 




S 2 


11/01/82 


A 






c 






S 2 


11/01/92 


A 




p 


F 


W3 6 




S 2 


11/01/62 


A 






J 






H 2 


11/02/92 


A 






N 






H 2 


11/02/92 


B 






N 






H 2 


11/03/82 


A 




P 


N 


W36 




H 2 


11/03/92 


A 




P 


N 


BBl 




H 2 


11/03/82 


A 


11 


r 


N 






H 2 


11/03/82 


A 


11 


C 


N 






H 2 


11/03/92 


A 


11 


c 


N 






H 2 


11/03/92 


B 




P 


F 


L<.1 




H 2 


11/03/82 


6 






N 






S 2 


11/03/82 


A 




P 


N 


S83 




S 2 


11/03/82 


A 






N 


S83 




S 2 


11/03/92 


A 






N 






S 2 


11/03/62 


A 







N 


W36 




S 2 


11/03/82 


A 






E 






H 2 


ll/0'./82 


A 






N 


B31 




H 2 


11/04/92 


A 




C 


N 






H 2 


ll/0<./82 


A 






N 






H 2 


ll/0'./92 


B 




p 


N 






S 2 


ll/3'./92 


A 






N 


S83 




H 2 


11/05/82 


A 






N 






H 2 


11/05/92 


A 






E 






H 2 


11/07/62 


A 






N 






S 2 


11/19/62 


A 






N 






H 2 


12/09/82 


A 


20 




N 






H 2 


10/19/92 


A 






N 






H 2 


12/26/92 


c 




p 


F 







CONGRESSION 
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HOUSE. 
TEACHE 
DURHAM 
SPAULD 
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STATIS 
NEW CC 
NEW PL 
N.C 
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al districts 

eighth congressional di 

eleventh congressional 

fourth congressional di 

ninth congressional 015 

n.c, legislators. u.s. 

n.c. general assembly. 

second congressional 01 

second congressional 01 

sixteenth congressiona. 

sixth congressional dis 

thirteenth congressiona 

Twenty-second congressi 

ons. downtown a"ong top 

ion group will poll votr 

senate part ways on red 

rs' group to poll voters 

's new congressman? it'l 

ing says justice depart-" 

ative session delay is ' 

ticians expected to wor< 

ngressional districts 00 

an for senate prepared 

rails in percentage of 9 

eps seek federal help in 

r oppos'^s reoistricting 

ing proposes guidelines 

e department bars redist 

e department rejects n.c 

am legislators at redist 

le suggestions 

e unit willing to reviev 

dings beset n.c. legisla 

ee-voting changes likely 



STRICT 














DISTRICT 














STRICT 














TRICT 














CONGRESS 














kEAPPORTIONMENT 














STRICT 














STRICT BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 














DISTRICT (N.C.) 














IRICT (N.C.I 














L DISTRICT 














ONAL DISTRICT 














STORIES 


H 


2 


1/01/62 




2 N 




RS IN DURHAM COUNTY 


s 


2 


1/02/92 




3 N 


U57 


ISTRICTING 


H 


2 


1/03/92 




1 N 




IN DURHAM COUNTY 


H 


2 


1/03/92 




1 N 


G5 3 


L 3E?'>-> 


H 


2 


1/04/92 




1 P N 


G5 3 


ENT WON'T ACCEPT N.C. REOISTRICTING PLANS 


S 


2 


l/0'./92 




1 N 


S83 


ROPOSEO 


H 


2 


1/05/92 




12 P N 




ON REOISTRICTING PROJECT 


H 


2 


1/06/82 




1 N 


G53 


N'T TAKE EFFECT UNTIL 1983 


H 


2 


1/06/92 




1 1 N 






H 


2 


1/07/92 




1 N 


G5 3 


LACKS IN LEGISLATURE 


H 


2 


1/12/92 




1 N 


G53 


REOISTRICTING 


s 


2 


1/12/92 




1 N 




SUI T 


H 


2 


1/19/92 




8 N 


G53 




H 


2 


1/19/92 




8 P N 


G53 


RICTING PLAN 


s 


2 


1/21/82 




1 N 




. REOISTRICTING PROPOSALS 


H 


2 


1/22/92 




1 N 


G53 


RICTING MEET 


s 


2 


1/22/82 




1 N 


S83 




H 


7 


1/24/82 




4 E 




REOISTRICTING PLAN, ROYALL SAYS 


c 


2 


1/25/92 




1 N 


S83 


TURE 


s 


2 


1/25/82 




4 J 






s 


2 


1/25/82 




4 N 





MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



LEGISLATORS PREPARE TO REDRAW DISTRICTS 

"(ICHAUX TALKING UP PROPOSAL 

MICHAUX PROPOSES REOISTR ICTING PLAN 

N.C. LAWMAKERS REVIEW RED I STRI C T I NG 

REDISTRICTING MAPS FOR N.C. ASSEMBLY TENTATIVELY ADOPTED 

REDISTRICTING PLAN UPSETS UNION LEADERS 

REDISTRICTING PLAN ;;S<>0. 6'>2. 1 

TOWNSHIPS: JUST NOT PRETTY NA1ES ANYMORE 

COSTS RISING IN REDISTRICTING STRUGGLE 

REVISED N.C. REAPPORTIONMENT PLAN BEGUN 

WARREN BOARD OPPOSES PLAN 

SPAULOING CRITICIZES REDISTRICTING PLAN 

EFFORTS TO KEEP DURHAM OUT OF 2ND DISTRICT MAY BE IN VAIN 

LEGISLATORS EXAMINE DURHAM REDISTRICTING 

PANEL HAS A PLAN: IT'S DURHAM IN 2ND DISTRICT 

N.C. LEGISLATORS ASK TO HEAR FROM PUBLIC ON REDISTRICTING 

REMAP PLAN: DURHAM IN 2N0 DISTRICT 

2N0-0ISTRICT LEGISLATORS OPPOSE REDISTRICTING PLAN 

LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE DEFEATS MOVE FOR CHARLOTTE DISTRICTS 

N.C. CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION LIKES '81 REAPPORTIONMENT PLAN 

PANEL OKS REDISTRICTING PLAN 

THIS TIME. GENTS. TRY TO GET !T RIGHT 

REPRESENTATION FOR THE POOR 

SINGLF-MEM3ER SETUP MAY HURT ^HITE LIBERALS 

REDISTRICTING PLAN WON'T END LEGAL BATTLES 

LEGISLATORS GATHER FOR ANOTHER TRY 

N.C. REDISTRICTING SESSION CONVENES 

SENATE APPROVES PUTTING DURHAM IN 2N0 DISTRICT 

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT LINES APPROVED 

REMAP FOES PLAN LAST-OITCH TRY 

N.C. REMAP PLAN ENACTED 

DURHAM GOES TO SECOND: REALIGNING PLAN PASSES IN FINAL VOTE 

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT PLAYERS ON THE BENCH (CARTOON) 

NAACP MAY PURSUE SUIT ON LEGISLATIVE REDISTRICTING 

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS 

JUSTICE UNIT WILL REVIEW REMAP PLANS 

FOUNTAIN TACKS SERIES OF • I F S" TO FUTURE PLANS 

CHAMBERS: BLACK VOTE IS DILUTED DELIBERATELY 

N.C. LEGISLATORS PAINTING "REAPPORTION ME!' (CARTOONI 

A DIVERSE DISTRICT 

NEW N.C. REDISTRICTING PROPOSAL PROTECTS INCUMBENT CONGRESSMEN 

TRUST THE STATES? MAYBE. BUT. . . 

NEWEST DISTRICT PLANS MAILED TO WASHINGTON 

KERNERSVILLE PLANS PROTEST OF DISTRICT 

SUPREME COURT WILL SETTLE REDISTRICTING. ATTORNEY SAYS 

JOCKEYING MAY PICK UP IN NEW ? NO 

JUSTICE OKS REDISTRICTING PLAN FOR N.C. 

REDISTRICTING IS APPROVED AS =OES VOW NEW FIGHT 

MOST DURHAM LEGISLATORS HAPPY ABOUT REMAP OK 

A CASE OF MAKING BEST OF 'SECOND BEST* DISTRICT 

NAACP GROUP CRITICIZES CONGRESSIONAL REDISTRICTING PLAN 

MAY ', HAS BEEN RULED OUT AS DATE FOR N.C. PRIMARIES 

N.C. REAPPORTIONMENT PLANS AWAIT DECISION 

REMAP PLAN IS SUBJECT OF D.C. VISIT 

REJECTION OF STATE DISTRICTING PLANS SAID LIKELY 

REAPPORTIONMENT WORD EXPECTED 

ROYALL SAYS REDISTRICTING PLAN MAY GET FEDERAL OK 

SENATORS OPTIMISTIC AFTER TALKS 

VALENTINE ENTERS PACE FOR 2ND DISTRICT SEAT 

FEDERAL DECISION EXPECTED TODAY ON REDISTRICTING 

FEDS REJECT REDISTRICTING: LEGISLATIVE PLANS MUST BE REDRAWN 

REDISTRICTING DECISION DIMS CHANCE OF MILLER CANDIDACY 

RULING DISAPPOINTS DURHAM LEGISLATORS 

LEGISLATORS ARE MIXED ON REDISTRICTING ACTION 

LAWMAKERS EYE JUNE 29 PRIMARY 

RFOISTRICTING: STATE THROWN ANOTHER CURVE 

FLI-8ACK REDISTRICTING (CARTOON) 

PRIMARY ELECTION DATE OR DATES LEFT UP IN AIR 

MILLER TO SEEK JUNE 2" PRIMARY ELECTION DATE 

GOVERNOR URGES SINGLE N.C. PRIMARY ELECTION 

N.C. OEVAMP SESSION ASKED 

NAACP SEEKS TO DROP PART OF SUIT 

HUNT CALLS LEGISLATIVE SESSION 

SPAULOING. MILLER URGE REDISTRICTING CORRECTIONS 

PROCLAMATION SIGNED FOR ASSEM'LY SESSION 

PANEL ASKED TO SELECT REDISTRICTING PLANS 

ALL DRESSED UP AND NO PLACE TD GO (CARTOON) 

LEGISLATURE TO CONVENE AGAIN TODAY 

ROYALL TO PUSH fqr juMg IQ PRIMARY 

LEGISLATURE SETS STAGE TO SETTLE REDISTRICTING 

N.C. REDISTRICTING PLANS PATCHED UP: LEGISLATORS SET PRIMARY ON JUNE 

REDISTRICTING PLANS APPROVAL FORESEEN 

EAST: VOTING RIGHTS ACT HELPS ELECT BLACK OFFICIALS 

STATE GOP GROUP ASKS COURT TO DELAY FILING PERIOD 

CROSS YOUR FINGERS 

JUDGE WON'T SLOCK FILING 3Y LrGISLATIVE CANDIDATES 

JUSTICE UPSETS PRIMARY PLANS: EFFECT UNCLEAR ON BOND VOTE 

MILLER. PULLEY RAP DELAY OF PRIMARY 

JUNE 29 PRIMARY DATE DELIGHTS ELECTION OFFICIAL IN DURHAM 

ELECTIONS BOARD SETS JUNE 29 FOR STATE'S PRIMARY ELECTIONS 

13 FORSYTH RESIDENTS SUE OVER REDISTRICTING PLANS 

RECYCLED CARTOONS: . . .DEDICATED TO ANN LANDERS (CARTOON) 

MOVING OF REDISTRICTING SUIT SOUGHT 

FINAL REDISTRICTING PLAN LEAVES COUNTIES DIVIDED 

REMAP SUITS COMBINED IN U.S. COURT 

BLACK GROUP URGES VOTES FOR MICHAUX 

CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR 
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER 

CONGRESSIONAL QUARTERLY (MAGAZINE) 

SOUTHERN DEMOCRATS ASSIST CONSERVATIVE RULE 

CONGRESSIONAL UPDATE (NEWSLETTER) 

N.C. GROUP IS GRADING U.S. RE'S 
DISTORTING MORALITY 

CONRAD HILTON HOTEL (CHICAGO. ILLINOIS) 

5 TAR HEELS OUT OF HOTEL AT TIME FATAL FIRE BURNED 

CONSCIENCE FUND 

SEE CRIMINAL RESTITUTION 

CONSERVATION 
SEE ECOLOGY 

SEE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 
SEE WILDLIFE CONSERVATION 

CONSERVATION COUNCIL OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO WILDLIFE CONSERVATION 

POTENTIAL FOR OIL SPILLS TOO GREAT 

UTILITIES PANEL ENCOURAGES RATE HIKES. MAN SAYS 

COUNCIL CALLS FOR PROTEST OVE^ JORDAN LAKE WATER 

AMOCO LEASES DISPUTED 

TWO SIERRA CLUB MEN M I SI DENT IF lED 

DELAY SOUGHT IN RANDLEMAN LAKE PROJECT 



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H 2 


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A 


9 


N 






H 2 


1/26/82 


A 




N 


G5 3 




S 2 


1/27/82 


C 




N 






S 2 


1/28/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


1/29/82 


A 




N 


G53 




S 2 


1/30/82 


A 


I 3 


N 






H 2 


1/31/82 







T T 


R56 




H 2 


2/01/82 


A 




N 


G53 




S 2 


2/01/82 


c 




N 






H 2 


2/02/82 


A 




N 






H I 


2/02/82 


B 




N 






S 2 


2/02/32 


A 




P N 






H 2 


2/D3/82 


A 




N 


G53 




S 2 


2/03/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


2/0*/B2 


A 




N 


G53 




S 2 


2/04/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


2/05/82 


A 




N 


G53 




S 2 


2/05/82 


A 




N 


F3D 




S 2 


2/05/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


2/06/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


2/06/82 


B 




N 


G53 




H 2 


2/07/82 


D 




E 






H 2 


2/07/82 


D 




U 


G53 




H 2 


2/08/82 


B 




N 






S 2 


2/08/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


2/09/82 


A 




N 






S 2 


2/09/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


2/10/82 


A 




N 


G53 




S 2 


2/10/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


2/U/82 


A 




P N 


G53 




S 2 


2/11/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


2/12/82 


A 




N 


G53 




H 2 


2/12/82 


A 




T T 


R56 




H 2 


2/12/82 


B 




N 






H 1 


2/12/82 


B 




M N 






S 2 


2/12/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


2/13/82 


A 




P F 


G53 




H 2 


2/14/82 


A 


14 


N 






H 2 


2/14/82 


D 




T T 


P45 




H 2 


2/ 5/82 


A 




E 






S 2 


2/15/82 


C 




J 






H 2 


2/17/82 


A 




J 






H 2 


2/20/82 


B 




N 






H 2 


2/21/82 


A 


19 


N 






S 2 


3/02/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


3/07/82 


A 




F 


G53 




S 2 


3/11/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


3/12/82 


A 




N 






S 2 


3/12/82 


A 




N 


S83 




H 2 


3/16/82 


A 




E 






H 2 


3/13/82 


B 




N 






H 2 


3/23/82 


A 




N 






S 2 


3/29/82 


A 




N 


S83 




S 2 


4/08/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


4/09/32 


B 




N 


G53 




H 2 


4/10/82 


A 




N 






S 2 


4/10/82 


A 




N 


S83 




S 2 


4/10/82 


A 


15 


N 






S 2 


4/15/82 


A 




N 


S83 




S 2 


4/19/82 


C 




N 


S33 




H 2 


4/20/82 


A 




N 


G53 




S 2 


4/20/82 


A 




P N 


S33 




S 2 


4/20/82 


A 




N 


S83 




H 2 


4/21/82 


A 




N 






S 2 


4/21/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


4/22/82 


A 




E 






H 2 


4/22/82 


A 




T T 


R56 




H 2 


4/22/82 


A 


11 


N 






S 2 


4/22/82 


A 




N 


S83 




S 2 


4/22/32 


A 




N 






H 2 


4/23/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


4/23/82 


C 


10 


N 






S 2 


4/23/82 


A 




N 






S 2 


4/23/82 


A 




N 


S83 




H 2 


4/24/32 


B 




N 






S 2 


4/24/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


4/25/82 


D 




T T 


P45 




H 2 


4/26/82 


A 




N 






S 2 


4/26/82 


A 




N 


S33 




H 2 


4/27/82 


A 




N 


G53 




H 2 


4/28/82 


A 




N 


G53 




S 2 


4/28/82 


A 




N 






S 2 


4/29/82 


A 




P N 






H 2 


4/30/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


4/30/82 


A 




E 






S 2 


4/30/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


5/01/82 


A 




N 






S 2 


5/01/82 


A 




N 


S83 




S 2 


5/03/82 


A 




N 


533 




H 2 


5/03/82 


A 




N 






H 2 


5/05/82 


C 


5 


N 






H 2 


5/06/82 


A 


4 


T T 


R56 




H 2 


5/15/82 


A 


I ? 


N 






H 2 


5/17/82 


A 


10 


N 






H 2 


7/11/82 


A 


7 


N 






H 2 


10/05/82 


B 


I 


N 






H 2 


9/22/82 


A 


4 


E 






S 2 


1/15/32 


A 


1 


F 







H 2 2/15/82 B 1 P N 
S 2 2/18/82 A 4 E 



S 2 5/24/82 A 1 



2/21/82 
5/13/82 

6/^^/3^ 

7/18/82 
7/20/32 
8/18/82 



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HONTHLT/ 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 1*6 
1/07/B3 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P 04TE C ?r- L P 3YL 



CONSERVATIVE DIGEST IMAGiZINEI 
AWARD FOR HELMS 

CONSERVATIVES 

SEE ALS" DURHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

SEE ALS" NATIONAL CONSERVATIVE 'OLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO NEW RIGHT 

A PHILOSPHICAL FIGHT 

SOUTHERN DEMOCRATS ASSIST CONSERVATIVE RULE 

EAST ANO HELMS RANKED TOP SENATE CONSERVATIVES 

AWARD FOR HELMS 

HELMS SAYS CO'ISERVATIVES STIL. MINORITY 

ALL THE WORLD IS OUEE" SAVE HE AND THEE. . .(CARTOONl 

CONSERVATIVES LOSE ROUND ON AJORTION, PRAYER 

CONSERVATIVES FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OUE AN APOLOGY 

CONSOLIDATED VENTURES CORP. 

REAL ESTATE FIRM ELECTS PRESIDENT 

NEW OWNER TO FINISH BUILDING 

MEDICAL FIRM 3UYS FRANKLIN SOJARE SPACE 

WHERE ARE THE REINDEER? 

FRANKLIN SOUARE GR0UND8REAKI NS 

CONSPIRACY 

HAN CHARGED WITH BRIBERY CONSPIRACY 
PROSECUTORS SAY TAYLOR DISCUSSED KILLING MAN 

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO euILOING CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, COSTS 
SEE ALSO HOUSING INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO NELLO L. TEER CO. 
SEE ALSO WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION 

HOUSING MARKET HAY IMPROVE IN DURHAM 

SOIL EROSION PLAGUES N.C. INDUSTRIES 

CONSTOUCTION SLIDES IN TRIANGLE 

H0ME3UIL0ERS DISAGREE WITH ASSOCIATION CHIEF 

HOUSING BILL PLEASES BUILDERS IN DURHAM 

MORTGAGE LEGISLATION IS PRAISED 

POLL: CONTRACTORS SACK REAGAN 

BETTEB DAYS FORECAST FOR HOUSING MARKET 

CONTRACTORS SEE A BRIGHTER YEAR 

CONSTRUCTION WORK IN PROGRESS 

HOUSE OKS BILL ON FUEL CLAUSE , ^ „, 

LEGISLATURE: "OUSE APPROVES BILL TO REPLACE LEGISLATORS. . . 

LEE LAUDS DUKE EFFICIENCY 

FUEL ADJUSTMENT PROPOSAL SPAR<S HEATED DEBATE 

SENATE PASSES FUEL COSTS BILL 

APPROVAL OF FUEL CLAUSE LIMIT SURPRISES UTILITIES 

LEGISLATURE ENACTS FUEL COST CHANGES 

GROUP OPPOSING 3ILL 

UTILITY LAW REFORMS BEING PUT TO WORK 

CPCL RATE REQUEST OPPOSED 

DUKE POWER URGES LAW REVIVAL ,,,,,, 

DUKE POWER CO. IS ASKING STATE TO REVIVE CWIP RATE INCREASES 

N.C. UTILITIES POST LOWEST RECENT RATE HIKE 

CONSUMER AWARENESS 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER PROTECTION 
SEE ALSO N.C. CONSUMERS COUNCIL 
BUY AMERICAN 
JUST CHIPS. '<0 GAMES 

CONSUMER CREDIT 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER DEBT 

WE OWE OVER 55,000 APIECE 

KENLY COUPLE SURVIVES BY KEEPING TIGHT REIN ON DEBT 

CONSUMER DEBT 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER CREDIT 

SEE ALSO CREDIT 

SEE ALSO DEBTS 

SEE ALSO TwO-INCOME FAMILY 

INDIVIDUALS DOING BETTER WITH LOAN PAYMENTS 

CONSUMER EDUCATION 

SEE CONSUMER AWARENESS 
SEE CONSUMER PROTECTION 

CONSUMER PRICE INDEX 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, U.S. 
SEE ALSO FARM PRICE INDEX 
SEE ALSO FOOD, COSTS 
SEE ALSO INFLATION, U.S. 

U.S. MEAT CONSUMPTION OFF SLISHTLY AS PRICES UP 

CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO CONSUMER PROTECTION 
SAFETY COSTS DEARLY 
TEXTILE FIRMS HAY RECOUP TRIS LOSSES 

CONSUMER PROTECTION 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER AWARENESS 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. CONSUMERS COUNCIL 

NADER-STYLE CONSUMER PROTECTION TOO COSTLY 

CONTACT TELEMINISTRY ORGANIiATION 

SEE CONTACT DURHAM, INC. (CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM! 

CONTACT WEEK 

SEE CONTACT DURHAM, 



S 2 './27/e2 A 1 P P 



INC. (CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAMI 



CONTEMPT OF CONGRESS 

SEE ALSO U.S. CONGRESS 

MRS. GORSUCH FOLLOWS ORDERS — MAYBE TO JAIL 

ANN GORSUCH REFUSES TO GIVE ODCUMENTS TO CONGRESS (CARTOON! 

CONTEMPT OF COURT CITATIONS 

SEE ALSO COURTS. OURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO COURTS, U.S. 
2 CHARGED WITH CONTEMPT 

CONTESTS (SEE ALSO SPECIFIC NAMES DF CONTESTSl 

SEE ALSO COOKING CONTESTS „„,, ,„.,,^rT, 

SEE ALSO PICK THE WINNERS (OURH»M SUN SPORTS CONTESTI 
RESTRAINING ORDER OBTAINED AGAINST FIRM 
CHAPEL HILL CONTEST PROMOTES SEAT BELT USE 
MARINE SUES FOR MONEY IN CONTEST 



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MONTHLY/* 



ENTER CONTEST 

CHAMBER BACKS PHOTO CONTEST 

HER POSTER WON 

CONTINENTAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BASKETPALL 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 

OENNAPD A GOLDEN NUGGET 

CBA NAME DROPPING 

CONTINENTAL CLUB 

SEE DURHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

CONTINENTAL TRAILHAYS 

BUS DRIVER CONVICTED OF OU I 

DRIVER OF BUS INVOLVED IN DEAi'H GETS PRISON TERM 

CONTINUING EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO AOULT EDUCATION 

ADULT FEARS ABOUT RETURN TO COLLEGE SAID UNFOUNDED 
BACK-TO-COLLEGE PHOBIA CAN BE LICKED 
RETURNING TO SCHOOL? EDUCATOR HAS ADVICE 

CONTRACEPTION 

SEE BIRTH CONTROL 
SEE CONCEPTION 

CONTRACTORS 

SEE BUILDING CONTRACTORS 
SEE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
SEE MINORITY CONTRACTORS 
SEE PAVING CONTRACTORS 

CONVFNIENCF STORES 

SEE ALSO SUPER>4ARKETS. U.S. 

NEW SITE PLAN FOR STORE BACKED 

CITY STRESSES LANDSCAPING FOR FUTURE SITE PLAN OK 

tlO WORTH OF REGULAR, CHICKEN AND POPCORN? 

CONVENTIONS 

SEE ALSO DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION 

TICKETED OFFICIAL THREATENS TO AX CONVENTION PLANS 

READER ASKS RIGHT KIND OF QUESTION 

CHARLOTTE READIES FOR CONVENTIONS 

COOKBOOKS 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
SEE ALSO N.C. CH 
SEE ALSO TARHEEL 

HER HEART'S IN 

REPUBLICAN WOM 

MAN'S HEART CA 

ROTHS SERVE ME 

COUNTRY: IT'S 

RED CROSS PLAN 

COOKBOOK: IT 

WRITERS' RECIP 

N.C. BOOKS NOM 

JUDITH OLNEY U 

OLNEY RECEIVES 

OUTDOOR RECIPE 

COOKBOOK POPUL 

IT HAS TWO YEA 

DON'T HOLD THE 

COOKBOOK : GARO 

CHURCH BAZAAR 

PEGGY MANN'S C 

GORDON'S COOKB 

FAVORITE RECIR 

ST. JOSEPH'S C 



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I 



ICKEN COOKING CONTEST 

TASTES (BOOK) 

THE KITCHEN 
EN'S CLUB WRITES COOKBOOK 
N BE GOVERNED BY HIS STOMACH 
AL THAT'S AN EXAMPLE OF THEIR COOKING 
THEIR WAY OF LIVING AND COOKING 
S A COOKBOOK 

FFERS DISHES WORTHY OF PRIDE 
ES 

INATED 
INS NATIONAL AWARD 

AWARD FOR BOOK 

WINS A PRIZE 
AR AT TURN OF THE CENTURY 
RS IN THE MAKING 

MAYO 
EN, KITCHEN COME TOGETHER 
COMMITTEE COOKS UP RECIPE BOOK 

00K300KS FIND A PERMANENT HOME AT THE LIBRARY 
OOK OFFERS LIGHTER FARE 
ES COMPILED IN ?00K FOR TWO-YFAH-OLD 
00K800K IS 'THE ICING ON THE CAKE' 

COOKIES 

TRY GIRL SCOUT COOKIES AS RECIPE INGREDIENTS 

PROFESSOR IS CHRISTMAS BAKING ARTIST IN THE GERMAN TRADITION 

COOKING 

COOKING PROVIDES BEST THERAPY 

SHE TEACHES 'DORM COOKING' 

SHE'S RIGHT AT HOME COOKING F:; R CROWDS 

DORM COOKING A DANGER 

RUBY PLANCK'S KNOWN FOR HER C:)aKING SKILL 

CREATIVE COOK MAKES HER OWN 

AMERICAN COOKING FUELS TRACK MEET 

COOKING: LARRY LLOYD SHARES IT, 50-50 

WHEN SHE GOES TO THE KITCHEN, FRIENDS BENEFIT 

":aRM-CITY' woman PUBLISHES RECIPES 

IT'S 2 EGGS. NOT 1 

SHE'S LEARNED A LOT SINCE THOSE BISCUITS 

LINDA DIMMICK BAKES ALL DAY L3NG THURSDAY 

THIS ALAMANCE COOK IS ONE THEY CALL ON 

IT'S A COMEDIAN! IT'S A JUGGLER! NO— I T ' S CHEF TELL ERHARDT 

CHEF TELL TELLS HOW 

CHEF TELL JOKES, THROWS OUT HINTS AND COOKS ALL THE WHILE 

TELL COOKS UP A GOOD TIME FOR ALL 

COOKING CLUB SHARES TALENT WITH COUNTY 

COOKING CLUBS 

COOKING CLU3 SHARES TALENT WITH COUNTY 

COOKING CONTESTS 

SEE ALSO CONTESTS (SEE ALSO SPECIFIC NAMES OF CONTESTSI 
SEE ALSO N.C. CHICKEN COOKING CONTEST 
SEE ALSO N.C. PORK COOK-OUT KIN'. CONTEST 

DURHAM MAN WINS RECIPE CONTEST 

RESTAURANT WON SAR6=CUE CONTEST 

OUTDOOR RECIPE WINS A PRIZE 

CORN BALLS: THEY WIN ARLENE GARRETT ta.OOO 

TURKEY COOKERS GOBBLE UP CASH 

COOKING SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO CHINESE COOKING 

COOKING SCHOOL ^OCUS ON SOUTH 

BFmINO THE SCENES: THREE PLAY IMPORTANT ROLES SEPT. 30 

PREPARING COOKING SCHOOL 

SOUTHERN LIVING COOKING SCHOOL - THURSDAY, SEPT. 30TH 

COOKS' CLASS: FROM CHOWDER TO CREPES 

COOKING SCHOOL 

SOUTHERN COOK IN': SHOWS ORAW 2,400 OBSERVERS 

CLUB'S HARD WORK -AKES COOKING SCHOOL A SUCCESS 

EGGNOG MADE WITH SUGAR SUBSTITUTE 

COOKING TIPS MAKE JOB MUCH EASIER 

COOPER HAND TOOL GROUP 

N.C. SINGLE-FAMILY Ha»E PERMITS DROP 

COOPERATIVE OCEANOGRAPHIC PROGRAM 



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SEE DUKE UNIV. "4R INE LABORaTORY 

COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 
mORKSHOP stresses FITNESS 
FREE TAX HELP 

COUNTY STARTS BUDGET PROCESS 
TWO AGENCIES AS« COUNTY FOR I'lCREASES 
FORUM SET ON HOUSING FO' ELOE'LY 
COI"'UNITY DEveLOP'<ENT BUDGET ^H'O 
3 AGENCIES GET SLICED FUNOING 
ELDERLY HOUSING NEEOS ADDRESSED 
DANCE FESTIVAL AS^S CIT» NOT TO CUT REQUEST 
GROUP DID NOT ENDORSE 
SENIORS" COUNCIL DOESN'T ENOffl SE 
HIRING PROJECT MANAGER 'UNFAIR' 
SENIOR GROUP GETS $121,563 FQ^ PROGBA'« 
COUNCIL GRANT TO HELP KEEP AGED AT HO-E 
SENIOR CENTERS ARE FOCAL =OINT 



COPPER MINES 

CAMERAS WILL BE USED TO SEARCH 
MINE SEARCHED FOR BODY 
SEARCH OF MINE HALTED 
PHLICE HOPING MINE SEARCH CAN 
SUSPECT REPORTED PUSHED INTO M 
VOLUNTEER JFFERS TO SEARCH ABA 
VOLUNTEER CHOSEN TO SEARCH "IN 
THO BODIES FOUND IN ABANDONED 
N.C. WGHAN REPGPTEDLY ESCAPES 
ABANDONED MINE SHAFT MAY CONCE 
NASHVILLE FLAME SAYS 'I'M A SJ 
THO BODIES FROM MINE lOENTIFIE 
,OMAN TC 3E OUESTIONED aBOuT < 
ROGUIN': ASHE SHERIFF AIMS TO 
BONO DENIED IN SLAYING CASE 
MINE SHAFT TO BE FILLED 
TPIAL SCHEDULED TO OPEN TODAY 
TRIAL OPENS IN MINE SLAYING 
INFORMANT SAYS HE WAS FORCED T 
INFORMER SAYS BIKE GANG PUT P5 
MAN SAID ALIVE WHEN PUSHED 
COURT SECURITY IN ASHE TIGHTEN 
WITNESS PARTIALLY REFUTES TEST 
JURY DELIBERATING IN MURDER T5 
BARE CONVICTED OF MURDER IN AS 
SUSPECT IN 2 KILLINGS ARRESTED 
THIRD SUSPECT IN MINE DEATH SJ 
DRUGS. KIDNAPPING. DEATH BROur 
SENTENCE HEARING BEGINS 
BARE IS SENTENCED TO LIFE IN 3 
STUNTMAN OFFERS TO SEARCH MINE 
EPMISTEN SAYS ASHE MINE CASE ! 



MINE FOR BODY 



CONTINUE 

INE 

NOONEO MINE FOR BODY 

E 

MINE 

CAPTORS IN ILLINOIS 

AL 20 VICTIMS 

PER HERO FOR JUSTICE" 

D 

IDNAPPING. SLAYINGS 

END IT 



IN MINE CASE 

PUSH INTO MINE 
ICE ON HIS HEAD 

EO AFTER THREAT 

IMONY IN MURDER CASE 

lAL 

HE COUNTY MINE DEATH 

IN CALDWELL 
RRENOERS TO FBI IN TENN. 
HT OUT IN ASHE CASE 

RE KNOB MINE MURDER 

S CLOSED 



COPYCAT CRIMES 

SEE ALSO CRIMES. U.S. 

DURHAM PLANS TRADITIONAL HALLOWEEN CELEBRATIONS 
DOCTOR: TYLENOL INCIDENT SHOULDN'T MAR FESTIVITIES 
HALLOWEEN ADVICE GIVEN 
TYLENOL 'COPYCATS' SICK 
CURING 'COPYCAT' FEVER 

CORCORAN UPTOWN I DURHAM RESTAURANT] 

DOWNTOWN GETTING NEW RESTAURA1T 
RESTAURANT TO OPEN ON CORCORAN STREET 

CORN 

SEE ALSO GRAIN 

F^L'S AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 

LOW PRICES OFFSET BUMPEP CORN CROP 

HARVEST PRICES THREATEN PROFITS 

BOUNTIFUL HARVEST OF CORN MAY HURT N.C. FARMERS 

NORTH CAROLINA'S BUSTIN' WITH SOOC CORN YIELDS 

CORM BREAD 

SEE ALSO BREAD 

AT LAST: BLASTPROOF BISCUIT- 
CORNEA TRANSPLANTS 

SEE ALSO ORGAN DO'-ORS 

MAN, 101. MAY REGAIN SIGHT WI'H TRANSPLANT 
DUKE IMPROVES CORNEA TRANSPLANTS 

CORNELL DUBELIER ELECTRONICS 

FIRM TO CLOSE SANFORD PLANT 

CORNWALLIS HOUSING PROJECT 
SEE ALSO HOUSING. DURHAM 
BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT 

CORNUALLIS ROAO , , 

PAPERS ON ANNEXATIO'f DUE FEB. 3. JUDGE SAYS 

COROLLA. N.C. 

COASTAL TOWN IN BLOCKADE 

COFQNARY BYP«SS SURGERY 
SEE ALSO HEART SURGERY 

DUKE SURGEON: BYPASS PATIENTS REGAIN VIGOR 
EJ-OUKE COACH HAS CORONARY BY= ASS SURGERY 

CORPORAL PUNISHMENT 

ORANGE TEACHER IS SUSPENDED 

CORRECTIONS ,._ , 

SEE DURHAM MORNING HERALD. CORRECTIONS 
SEE DURHAM SUN, CORRECTIONS 



EMPLOYEE THEFT 
U.S. 



CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. 
SEE ALSO SUSINESSFS. 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 

BID-RIGGING PROBE EXTENDS TO WATER. SEwER 

MICA MgoGER PARTNER AWAITS COJRT DECISION 

U.S. JUDGE TO RULE ON MERGER ' ARTSER 

OFFICER SAYS "ICA KNEW ABOUT WORLD WIDE SUIT 

MICA SAID AWARE 0= FIRM'S INVESTIGATION 

CORRUPTION IN GOVERNMENT ,,,,, ,,„.. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION. "ABSCAM- INV||TIGA TION 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, "COLCOR- INVESTIGATION 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 

SEE ALSO SPECIAL PROSECUTORS 
CORRUPTION SHATTERS FAITH 

roik.i'V.nc\Ts\i'i'Vli:i°0. WORKERS REASSIGNED BEFORE PROBE. 



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EOS 


S 2 


11/02/92 


A 


4 


c 




S 2 


11/05/82 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


12/22/92 


C 


1 


N 


S83 



H 2 12/23/32 A 



H 2 6/30/32 3 1 U 

S 2 3/23/92 A fc N 

H 2 9/06/82 A 17 C N 

H 2 10/26/92 A 3 N 

H 2 12/13/32 A 13 N 



H 2 2/01/32 8 1 U S36 



H 2 ll/25/»2 A 1 
S 2 12/03/32 C 1 



H 1 11/30/82 ? 1 N 

S 2 5/01/82 A 22 P P T37 

H 2 1/23/32 B I N S51 

S 2 7/22/82 C 7 N 



H 2 1/06/92 3 5 N W24 
S 2 12/15/32 A 1 P N 



H 2 9/04/P2 A 3 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



2/21/92 A 12 
9/14/92 e I 
9/14/82 a 10 
9/15/32 6 I 
9/15/82 C 2 



N 

N L41 

N 

N L^l 



2 1/23/32 A 4 F 

2 4/30/32 A 1 N 381 

2 5/05/32 B 1 N nai 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 151 
1/07/83 



_C. LEGISLATOR 

OFF IN "ANY DIRECTIONS 

I'S LAP' 

WHO'D BE NEXT 
ON SOUGHT 

ABOUT GREEN'S COMPLAINT 
OOYGUARD 

AT CDLCOR EVIDENCE 
1 MILLION 

D TO GET OUT OF RACE 
CES IRE IN RESIDENTS OF COLUMBUS 

CHARGE 
Y: COLUMBUS CO. DEMONSTRATES... (CARTOON) 
ES 1ST COURT APPEARANCE 

S SET 
ACCEPTING BRIBE 

BRIBE 
N REQUESTED 
L ALLEGATIONS RESOLVED 

AGAINST SENATOR 

OF BUYING TRUCK 
N TRUCK CASE 

SON 

BUYING 

REED TO "PLAY BALL" 

T LOAN 

PUBLIC TRUST IN LEGISLATURE (CARTOON) 
OAN 'PITIFUL' 

OF ALLEGATIONS 
AT I ON 
EGATION 
SURD' 

S TO CENTRAL PRISON (CARTOON! 
NISH ALL 

'TORCH MAN' 
NS UNFAIR 
MENT IN BURNINGS 
ED KILLING MAN 
IR,' HUNT SAYS 
3 YEARS FOR ARSON 
OLITICAL BLINDERS' 
TENCE 

RACKETEERING CHARGES 

EF 

SOME CQLCOR CONVICTS 

CHANGED 

ATED 
DISMISSALS 



DEPUTY U.S. COURT CLERK DISKIS 
MAYOR INNOCFNT OF FRAUD 
FBI INDICTS BLAOEN LAWMAKER 
PROBE IN BRIBERY NETS JUDGE. ' 
COLCOR: EXTORTION PROBE TAKES 
JUDGE RELEASED ON 125.000 BONO 
OPERATION COLCOR 'FELL INTO F3 
GREEN SAYS AGENT SENT CHECK 
COLUMBUS county: THEY WONOERE'I 
BAN ON LIOUOR LICENSES IN BOLT 
U.S. OFFICIALS PLAN STATEMENT 
SPI DIRECTOR DEFENDS GREEN'S ? 
STATE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT LOOKS 
JUDGE ASKED TO RAISE BAIL TO i 
LEGISLATOR FACING CHARGES URGE 
FBI PROBE: CORRUPT LABEL PRODJ 
FERTILE GROUND FOR CORRUPTION 
STATE LEGISLATOR DENIES COLCO' 
LESSER MOMENTS IN WORLD HIST01 
STATE SENATOR FRO" WILKES WAIV 
COLCOR GRAMD JURY DELAYED 
SENATOR INDICTEO: TRIAL DATE I 
EX-LEGISLATOR LIKELY TO ADMIT 
TAYLOR PLEADS GUILTY TO TAKINS 
OFFICIAL SAYS NO PROBE HAS BE" 
KIVETT REMOVED FROM BENCH UN TI 
JUDGE DISMISSES 1 OF 3 CHARGES 
SEN. BAKER TAKES STAND TO TELL 
BAKFR IS FOUND GUILTY IN STOL! 
TAYLOR GETS 5 YEARS 
TAYLOR FACES FIVE YEARS IN PRI 
FBI LINKS N.C. LAWMAKER, VOTE- 
UNDERCOVER AGENTS SAY SOLES AG 
ROSE WILL BF INVESTIGATED ABOU 
JOINT RESOLUTION ON DECLINE IM 
ROSF CALLS ALLEGATION HE GOT L 
ROSE SAYS HELMS BEHIND RELEASE 
SBI WILL EXPAND SOLES INVFSTIS 
ROSE BLAMES HELMS FOR LOAN ALL 
HELMS SAYS OF CHARGE: 'IT'S A3 
HFLICnPTER SHUTTLES LEGISLATOR 
ACTIONS OF A FEW SHOULDN'T TAR 
FORMER GREEN WORKER CALLED HIS 
HUNT: REPORT OF ROSE ALLEGATIO 
SBI WILL PROBE GREEN'S INVOLVE 
PROSECUTORS SAY TAYLOR DISCUSS 
ALLEGATIONS AGAINST ROSE 'UNFA 
FORMER STATE LEGISLATOR GETS 2 
U.S. ATTORNEY SAYS HE WEARS " 
COLCOR FIGURE DRAWS 5-YEAR SEN 
AGENT: LOWERY SOUGHT BRIBES 
POLICE CHIEF PLEADS GUILTY TO 
LAKE WACCAMSW FIRES POLICE CHI 
IMMEDIATE PAROLE POSSIBLE FOR 
LAWYER SAYS COLCOR PLEA TO BE 
EX-COMMISSIONER SENTENCED 
SOME WILKES OFFICIALS INVESTIS 
FOUR DEPUTIES FILE LAWSUIT ON 

CORRUPTION IN SPORTS 
SEE SPORTS. SCANDALS 

COSMETICS 

COSMETICS: PLANT IN OXFORD BEGINS MIXING. HOLDING 
BENEFIT 'TOTAL IMAGE' SHOW SET 
PAINTED AND POWDERED 

COSMETOLOGY 

SEE ALSO HAIRDRESSERS 

WATER'S BEST WEAPON. SAYS SKIN CARE EXPERT 
NATURAL LOOK'S IN FOR BLACK WOMEN 

COST OF LIVING INDEX, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, DURHAM 

INCREASED HEALTH-CARE COSTS HIKE OVERALL DURHAM INDEX 

COSTA RICA 

SAN JOSE MEETING MUCH HAPPIER ONE 

COSTUMES 

SEE ALSO HALLOWEEN COSTUMES 

ARTFUL CCSTUMER DEVISES JOURNEY THROUGH TIME 
JAZZ HISTORY DRESSES UP 
GALILEO'S COSTUMER 

COTTAGE INDUSTRIES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO HOME-BASED BUSINESSES 

COTTAGE INDUSTRIES BOOST EYED 

TOWN WEIGHING "COTTAGE INDUSTRY' ISSUE 

CITIZENS DEBATE HOME BUSINESSrS 

COTTON 

SEE ALSO OROWN LUNG DISEASE 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

STATE FARMERS JOINING GRAIN, COTTON SET-ASIDE PROGRAM 

COTTON CROP JP 1 MILLION BALES, ANALYSTS PREDICT 

SEWING WINNER 

COTTON: FORMER KING MAKING COX EBACK IN THE FIELDS OF NORTH CAROLINA 

COTTON DUST 

SEE BROWN LUNG DISEASE 

COTTON DUST REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO BROWN LUNG DISEASE 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

N.C. COURT RULES AGAINST TEXTILE WORKER 

COTTON DUST REGULATIONS REVIEW IRES TEXTILE UNIONS 

ADMINISTRATION TO REVISE STAN:)AR0 ON COTTON OUST 

INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE SEEN TO LINK DUST, BROWN LUNG 

STUDY BEGINS ON COTTON-OUST EFFECTS 

COTTON DUST REPORT REVIVES OLD DEBATE 

TEXTILE INSTITUTE SEEKS E A S I NS OF OUST RULES 

RELAXED DUST RULES RAOPED 

OFFICIAL URGES BROWN LUNG RFPTRT REVIEW 

DISPUTE REVEALED AT HEARING ON COTTON DUST RULES 



COTTON MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (HENDERSON, N. 
PERJURY CHARGE FILED ON MINISTER 

COUCH'S CAR WASH 

POSSE AT THE CAR WASH 

COUNCIL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 

ACADEMY SUED OVER CERTIFICATES 



C. I 



N 


F 




E 




L Y 


P 


D 


DATE 


C 


PG 


L P 


H 


2 


5/07/B2 


A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


5/27/62 


A 


24 


N 


S 


2 


7/2'?/B2 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/30/32 


A 


I 


N 


H 


2 


7/31/62 


A 


I 


N 


H 


2 


7/31/62 


B 


12 


N 


S 


2 


7/31/62 


A 


20 


N 


H 


2 


7/31/62 


A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/01/52 


A 


16 


N 


S 


2 


8/02/62 


A 


1 


N 


s 


2 


6/02/62 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/03/62 


A 


1 


P N 


H 




8/04/82 


A 


1 1 


N 


s 




3/04/82 


A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/0 7/82 


S 


12 


N 


H 


2 


3/15/62 


A 


1 


M F 


H 


2 


3/15/32 


A 


4 


E 


H 


7 


3/l'?/62 


A 


I 


P N 


H 


2 


8/21/82 


A 


4 


T T 


H 


2 


3/21/62 


A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


8/26/82 


B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


9/14/62 


A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


9/17/62 


C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


9/18/62 


A 


1 


P N 


H 


2 


9/29/62 


B 


q 


N 


H 


2 


10/05/62 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


10/05/32 


A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


10/06/62 


A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


10/07/82 


A 


1 


N 


s 


2 


10/19/62 


A 


1 


P N 


H 


2 


10/20/62 


A 


1 


P N 


s 


2 


10/20/82 


C 


15 


N 


H 


2 


10/21/52 


A 


9 


N 


s 


2 


10/21/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


10/22/62 


A 


4 


T T 


H 


2 


10/22/62 


A 


9 


N 


s 


2 


10/22/82 


C 


6 


N 


s 


2 


10/22/62 


C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


10/23/62 


A 


5 


N 


H 


2 


0/24/82 


A 


13 


P N 


H 


2 


10/24/82 


D 


5 


T T 


S 


2 


10/26/82 


A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


0/27/82 


B 


5 


N 


s 


2 


0/27/82 


A 


2 


N 


s 


2 


10/27/62 


c 


15 


N 


H 


2 


0/28/62 


c 


7 


N 


H 


2 


10/28/82 


c 


13 


N 


H 


2 


10/29/82 


A 


I 


P N 


H 




ll/lS/°2 


B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


11/13/62 


A 


20 


P N 


H 


2 


1/23/62 


A 


q 


N 


H 


2 


1/24/62 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/25/82 


A 


2 3 


N 


s 


2 


11/25/82 


c 


25 


N 


H 


2 


12/10/62 


A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


10/19/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


12/20/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


12/29/82 


8 


14 


N 



H 2 5/15/62 B 1 P N L30 
S 2 8/23/82 A 5 P P T37 
H 2 11/27/82 A 4 E 



H 2 
S 2 



7/30/82 B 
8/31/82 A 



B30 
A15 



S 2 3/05/82 C 1 N S83 
H 2 12/05/82 A 1 F H4q 



H 2 4/15/62 3 2 P F H45 

S 2 5/25/62 B 1 P N 

S 2 10/14/82 1 P F A15 



H 2 7/10/62 A 
H 2 7/16/62 3 
S 2 7/16/82 A 



1 1 N W36 
1 N W35 
9 N 



H 2 2/06/82 A 

H 2 7/04/62 A 

S 2 8/14/62 A 

H 2 8/15/82 A 



N 
7 N 
5 P P S76 



7 


1/14/62 


B 


4 




1/21/62 


A 


2 


7 


2/10/62 


A 


1 1 


? 


3/04/82 


B 


5 


? 


3/23/82 


A 


1 (1 


7 


3/25/62 


( 


9 


/ 


3/31/32 


H 




7 


5/19/82 


A 


1 2 


/ 


9/22/82 


A 


K 


2 


9/23/62 


L 


16 


2 


5/23/62 


A 


17 



N 

H 2 3/02/62 A 4 L 
H 2 9/09/82 A 19 N B5 1 



MONTHLY/* 



NMU4L INDEX 

1/01/82 - U/31/<i2 



S U B J E C 



FOUR FATLIES SEEK REFUND FROM SCHOOL F0UN04TION 
I, FAMILIES AWARDED tl9,a56 IN SCHOOL SUIT 

COUNCIL FOR ADVANCEMENT AND SUPPORT OF EDUCATION 
DUKE ALUMNI MAGAZINE GETS AWA^ 
DUKE'S ALUM^II PAPER rilNS TOP SWARO 

COUNCIL FOR WOMEN OF DURHAM 

SEE DURHAM C0U;4TY COUNCIL OF WCEN 

COUNCIL OF CIVIC CLUBS OF GREATER ^URHAM 

CHANGING ATTITUDES TO LICK LITTER PROBLEM 

BONDS TO 3E AIRED 

APPRECIATION AWARD 

CIVIC CLUBS UNANIMOUSLY BACK 1IRP0RT BOND VOTE 

CLUBS TO MAN BOOTHS 

HFALTH FAIR TO OFFER PUBLIC FREE MEDICAL SCREENING 

COUNCIL OFFICERS 

LEADERS SEE< CRIME STOPPERS START 

•CRIMESTOPPER' PROGRAM EYED BY CIVIC CLUBS 

WRITER HONORED 

COUNCIL OF CLUBS TAKES LEAD U STOPPING CRIME 

DURHAM MAY ORGANIZE CRIME STOPPERS PLAN 

COUNCIL OF STATE 

SEE N.C. COUNCIL OF STATE 

COUNTERFEIT MONEY 

SEE ALSO CURRENCY 
SEE ALSO FORGERY 

POLICE BELIEVE SlOO BILL IS COUNTERFcIT 

OURHA" FIRMS GET COUNTERFEIT S2D BILLS 

BANK REPORTS 6 COUNTERFEIT BILLS 

TWO ARRESTED AFTER BOGUS BILLS PASSED 

SECRET SERVICE SEEKS COUNTERFEITERS 

FEW BOGUS BILLS SPROUT UP AT CENTERS 

POLICE OFFER TIPS ON PHONY MONEY 

MAN CHARGED WITH COUNTERFEITING 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO COUNTERFEITING 

FAKF tZO BILLS DISCOVERED IN CHAPEL HILL 

CARR80R0 MAN CH4RGE0 WITH PASSING BOGUS BILL 

BOGUS bills; for retailers, 'TIS THE SEASON TO BE CAREFUL 

COUNTIES. N.C. , ,, 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OE COUNTIES 
SEE ALSO N.C. TOWNSHIPS 

TOWNSHIPS: JUST NOT PRETTY NAMES ANYMORE 

PROF TAKES AIM AT COURTHOUSE ' ATRONAGE 

COUNTIES. TRUCKERS IN LEGAL BATTLE 

COUNTIES UNITE TO FIGHT SUIT 

MANY N.C. CITIES AND COUNTIES ARE TRYING TO HOLD TAX RATE 

COUNTIES SALTING FUNDS AWAY 

MANY N.C. CITY, COUNTY GOVERNMENTS CUT SPENDING 

COUNTIES' GROUP ASKS FOR MONEY 

COUNTIES TO SEEK MORE FUNDS 

COUNTRY COUSINS STOING BAND 
BAND WINS HONORS 

COUNTRY DOCTOR MUSEUM 

SEE ALS" MUSEUMS, N.C. I5EE ALSO NAMES OF MUSEUHSl 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, N.C. 
COUNTRY DOCTOR MUSEUM 

COUNTRY DOCTORS 

SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, N.C. 

•COUNTRY DOCTORS' PIN AILMENTS ON FOOD, 



CHEMICAL ALLERGIES 



COUNTRY LIFE 

ED KOCH AND THE HAYSEEDS 

COUNTRY MUSIC 

SEE ALSO "U5IC 

MUSIC FESTIVAL TO BE HELD 

COUNTRY CONTEST SEEKS SONG WRITERS 

CHARLIE DANIELS: TOPICAL BALLAOEER 

MARTY ROBBINS: A MINSTREL OF EXTRAORDINARY TALENT 

COUNTRY STORES 

COUNTRY STORE TO CLOSE DOORS 5FTER 50 YEARS 
HISTORY ON THE SHELF AT CURTIS BOOKER'S END STORE 
OLD COUNTRY STORE IS HUB OF COMMUNITY 

COUNTY CLERKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CLERKS, DURHAM 

JURY INDICTS DEPUTY CLERK IN : ALDWELL 

BILL PROPOSED TO INVEST MONEY COLLECTED BY COURTS 

CARR: INVEST COURT FUNDS AT C:?UNTY LEVEL 

COUPONS 

CONTRIBUTION TURNS OUT TO BE COSTLY 

COURIER-TIMES (ROXPORO, N.C. NEWSPAPER! 

PERSON COLUMNIST 'PLAYING IT 3Y EAR' 

COURT-APPOINTED LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C, LEGAL SERVICES 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC DEFENDERS, N.C 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC OEF'=NDERS, U.S. 

SHOPLIFTING SUSPECT REQUESTS .AWYER, IS CITED FOR CONTEMPT 

INDIGENTS' LEGAL COSTS RISE 

N.C COURT "OniFIES RULING ON COUNSEL 

study: POOR RISK LOSING RIGHT TO LEGAL COUNSEL 

INSUFFICIENT DEFENSE FUNDS HURTS INDIGENT DEFENDANTS 

N.C. COURT OVERTURNS 26-YEAR-aD PRECEDENT 

COURT ESTABLISHES PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY 

COURT-MARTIAL 

SEE MILITARY, 



COURTS MARTIAL 



COURTESY 

A LITTLE COURTESY 

INSTANT FAMILIARITY BREACHES COURTESY 

INEXCUSABLE DISCOURTESY 

COURTHOUSES, N.C 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY COURTHOUSE 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY COURTHOUSE 

PROF TAKES AIM AT COURTHOUSE PATRONAGE 
GUILFORD PANEL WILL EXAMINE COURT SECURITY 

COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO CONTEMPT OF COURT CITATIONS 

SEE ALSO COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY, EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY CLERK'S OFFICE 



T S 








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l/OT/83 


S 
E E 
D DATE C 


PG 


I 

L 
L 


T 
Y 
R 


BYL 


2 9/01/B2 A 
2 12/22/92 C 


7 
1 




N 
N 




2 5/11/82 C 
2 5/14/82 A 


8 
8 




N 
N 





H 


1 


1/06/82 


A 


A E 




S 


1 


1/25/02 


1. 


1 N 




s 


/ 


l/2<l/92 


A 


9 P P 


R91 


s 


■> 


1/20/02 


C 


1 N 


K90 


s 


t 


2/19/02 


B 


2 N 




H 




Z/2.b/^Z 


fl 


i, N 




H 


/ 


5/29/92 


A 


14 P P 


S82 


s 


7 


5/29/82 


( 


1 N 




H 


? 


9/27/82 


A 


6 N 




H 


7 


9/26/82 


C 


5 P P 


R9 1 


H 


/ 


11/06/92 


A 


A E 




s 


2 


12/31/92 


A 


1 N 


no 



S ? 


1/05/82 A 


3 


N 




s ? 


1/26/02 e 


1 


N 




s ? 


6/29/92 B 


1 


N 




H ? 


7/09/92 A 


14 


N 




S ? 


7/14/92 C 


14 


N 




s ? 


7/15/82 C 


1 P 


N 


S8) 


S 7 


7/15/82 C 


I 


N 


SH) 


S 7 


9/21/82 a 


6 


N 




H 7 


9/23/82 A 


8 


N 




H 2 


12/04/82 C 


10 


N 




S / 


12/06/92 A 


2 


N 




H 2 


12/09/82 B 


1 


N 


LJO 



7 


2/01/82 


A 


1 


N G53 


7 


2/09/82 


A 


[ / 


N 


7 


3/07/82 


A 


9 


N 


? 


3/09/82 


(, 


1 


K F30 


7 


6/23/92 


A 


B 


N 


7 


7/06/82 


A 


8 


N 


7 


7/21/92 


A 


1 I 


N 


7 


12/09/82 


C 


19 


N 


2 


12/12/82 


C 


/ 


N 


1 


3/30/82 


B 


1 


P N 



H 2 7/16/82 1 P F W56 

H 2 7/19/82 A 10 N 
H 2 3/05/82 A 4 E 



H 1 7/23/82 B I N 

H 2 4/30/92 4 N 

H 2 6/06/92 1 P F 

H 2 12/11/82 A 4 E 



S 2 1/13/82 C 17 P F 

H 2 6/25/B2 7 P F H49 

H 2 7/19/82 E 9 F 



H 2 5/U/02 A 13 N 
H 2 5/12/82 A 8 N 
S 2 12/08/82 C 1 N M23 



H 2 5/24/82 All N 

H 1 9/25/92 B 1 P F L30 



7 


2/10/92 


A 


7 


N 


M2 3 


f 


6/29/82 


H 


9 


N 




? 


7/16/82 


A 


H 


N 




? 


7/25/02 


A 


4 


N 




? 


7/26/82 


1 


1 


N 




7 


10/06/92 


( 


4 






2 


10/06/82 


C 


19 


N 





2 3/29/82 A 
2 4/11/82 D 
2 U/11/82 A 



H 2 2/09/02 A 12 
H 2 2/25/82 B 5 



E 

U F78 

E 



MONTHLY/AN 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 153 
1/07/83 



SEE ALSO OUPHAM Cau^4TV CLERK OF COURT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY CL?RK'S OFEICE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY COURTHOUSE 

SEE ALSO JUDGES. 1URHAH, DISTRICT COURT 

SEE ALSO JUDGES. DURHAM COUNTY 

see ALSO JURY duty 

SEE ALSO PRETRIAL NEWS COveRACe 
SEE ALSn SMALL CLAIKS COURT 

see ALSO U.S. bankruptcy court 

DURHAM jurors to get A BREAK 

NEW JURY SYSTEM SHOULD eND WEEK-LONG WAITS 

COURT SYSTEM FLAWED 

AREA CLOSINGS 

VOLUNTEER GROUP TO HELP OUT-0=-C0URT SETTLEMeNTS 

DURHAM DISPUTE CENTER IS A WORTHWHILE PROJECT 

STUDENTS HAVE DAY IN COURT 

BOOZY DEFENDANT CUT OFF BY JUDGE 

JUDICIAL WEAKNeSS 

STUDY: DURHAM DU I CONVICTION ' ATe LOWEST IN TRIANGLE 

DURHAM COUNTY LEADS WAY IN OUI PROGRAM 

STATE AND UNC STUDIES DIFFER 3N DU I CONVICTION RATE IN DURHAM COUNTY 

DURHAM COURT OFFICIALS DISPUTE RESULTS OF DRUNK-DRIVING STUDY 

STEPHENS ATTACKS EDWARDS' RECORD ON DUI S 

STEPHENS: DUI PLEAS TOO EASY 

CHANEY SAYS COUNTY COURTS' LENIENCY PRODUCES SCOFFLAHS 

CHANEY: CITIZENS HAVE LOST RESPECT FOR COURT SYSTEM 

BURGLARY VICTIMS FIND COURTS LAX 

JUDGe CANDIDATE IGNORES RESOLJTION 

CRIMINALS GO UNPUNISHED 

TWO COURT BATTLES MOVE INTO HALL 

SCUFFLES BREAK OUT IN COURT 

study: BLACKS ACCUSED OF SEX OFFENSES FARE BETTER 

IS PLEA BARGAINING BENEFITING VICTIMS? 

STUDY: CASE'S OUTCOME DEPENDS ON PRINCIPALS 

HEADLINE INFLAMMATORY 

SMALL CLAIMS SUIT A TRYING EXPERIENCE 

COURTS. DURHAM COUNTY, BAILIFFS 

OYEZOYEZSOLONGTOREVERENDBROWN 

JUDGES RECOGNIZE SROwN 

WALKOUT MARKS LEARY'S SWEARING-IN 

LAWYERS. JUDGE PROTEST FIRING QF BAILIFF 



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COURTS. DURHAM COUNTY. EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO COUSTS. DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY CLERK'S OFFICE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY. N.C.. EMPLOYEES 

GUTHRIE: BONO FORFEITURES APPLIED UNFAIRLY 

SECOND MAGISTRATE THIS WEEK RESIGNS 

MAGISTRATE RESIGNS JOB 

LEARY TAKES OVER AS DURHAM SHERIFF 

COURTS. DURHAM COUNTY. FIRECRACKER SYSTEM 

FIRECRACKER SYSTEM CONVENIENT FOR JURORS 
NEEDED BREAK FOR JURORS 

COURTS. DURHAM COUNTY, PHOTOGRAPHERS 

CAMERAS IN COURT: RULING LEAVES AREA NEWS EXECUTIVES W I TH, . .OUEST IONS 

EXPERIMENT WORTH A TRY 

CAMERAMEN WON'T BURST INTO DURHAM COURTROOMS 

COURTS. DURHAM COUNTY. TELEVISION COVERAGE 

CAMERAS IN COURT: RULING LEAV=S AREA NEWS EXECUTIVES WI TH. . .QUE ST IONS 
EXPERIMENT WORTH A TRY 

COURTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 

INSANII 

EXPERTS 

LAWYER: 

INDIGEN 

RETIRIN 

•MESSY 



CONTEMPT OF COURT CITATIONS 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER 

GAG ORDERS 

JUDGES. N.C. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT 15-B 

JURY DUTY 

LAWYERS. N.C. 

NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

N.C. COURT OF APPEALS 

N.C. SUPREME COURT 

POLICE. N.C. 

PRETRIAL NEWS COVERAGE 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

VOLUNTEERS TO THE COUR'" 

"■ DEFENS= SAID DIFFICULT IN N.C. 

GUILTY VERDICT LIKELY IN N.C. FOR HINCKLEY 

HIGH COURT RULING ON "EDIA WON'T AFFECT N.C. 
TS' LEGAL COSTS RISE 
G JUSTICE CITES COURTS' WORKLOAD 

CALENDAR ANGERS JUOGe 



COURTS. N.C. eLECTIONS 

N.C. SUPReME COURT JUSTICES FACING NO ELECTION OPPOSITION 

COURTS, N.C. FINES 

BILL PROPOSED TO INVEST MONEY COLLECTED BY COURTS 

ENDING THE WINDFALL 

CARR: INVEST COURT FUNDS AT COUNTY LEVEL 

COURTS. N.C. "FIRECRACKER" SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO JURY SELECTION 

DURHA" JURORS TO GeT A BREAK 

NEW JURY SYSTEM SHOULD END WEEK-LONG WAITS 

EDWARDS SAYS SPEEDY TRIAL LAW BRINGS 'SWIFT AND SURE' JUST 

COURTS. N.C, NEWS COVERAGE 

SEE ALSO PRETRIAL NEWS COVERAGE 



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1/37/82 C 

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2/26/82 A 

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3/1R/82 B 

3/20/82 A 

'1/22/82 B 

'./27/82 A 

5/03/82 B 

5/04/82 B 

5/07/82 a 

5/07/82 A 

5/25/82 B 

5/25/82 9 

5/27/82 A 

5/28/82 A 

5/31/82 A 

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11/08/82 A 

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6/29/82 
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S 2 1/07/82 C 1 N U57 
S 2 3/04/82 C 1 P N U57 



HONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/32 



INDEX 
U/31/92 



JUDGE CLOSES HEARING AFTER HIS NAIE COMES UP IN TESTIMONY 

CLOSEO-OOOR COURT HEARING CALLED ILLEGAL 

L4KYER SAYS JUDGE CALLED RECESS TD CLEAR CCURTROO" 

JUDGE BLASTS CLOSED SESSION 

FREEDOM DEFIES THREATS 



couaTSt N.c 

SEE ALSO 
MITChE 
MITCHE 
LAiiYER 
N.C - 
CAMERA 
N.C. C 
PRESS 
FINALL 
CAMERA 
PHOTOS 
JUDGES 
NEWS " 
VAN AL 
C3U0TR 
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CAMERA 
CAMERA 
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REFUS^^S TV 
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S. MICROPH 
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APHY 

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.C. HIGH 

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AJORITY 
POSES CA 
COURTROO 
LCk CAME 
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TS WILL 
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COURTROO 

CONTROL 
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CAMERA 
IN STAT? 
OKES USE 
CAMERAMA 



COURT 

0PP0S5 CA"ERAS IN COURT 
MERAS IN COURTROOMS 

RAISES DOUaTS. SAYS 9RANCH 
RA COVERAGE OF TRIALS 

0ECI5 ION 
GIVE CA"ERAS A TRIAL 



OVER COURTROOM COVERAGE 
TO G!T CAMERAS IN COURTS 
R RAISES CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUE 



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HIGH COURT 
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H 



SUPREME COURT 



COURTS. N.C 
MITCHELL 
MITCHELL 
LA«YE=S 



TELEVISION COVERAGE 

JOINS N.C. HIGH COURT 

IS NEW JUSTICE 

poll: "AJORITY OPPOSE CAMERAS IN COURT 
N.C. ?A0 POLL CPPCSES CAMERAS IN COURTROOMS 
CAMERA'S USE IN COURTROOM RAISES DOUSTS. SAYS 3RANCH 
N.C. COURT TO ALLOM CAMERA COVERAGE OF TRIALS 
PRESS PRAISES N.C. COURT DECISION 
FINALLY THE COURTS WILL GIVE CAMERAS A TRIAL 
CAMERAS GET TRY-OUT 
PHOTOS TAKEN IN COURTROOM 

JUDGE? HAVE SOME CONTROL OVER COURTROOM COVERAGE 
NE«S "EOIA MAY TAKE TIME TO GET CAMERAS IN COURTS 
VAN ALSTYNE: CAMERA ORDER RAISES CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUE 
COURTROOM CAMERAS 

JUDGE REFUSES TV CAMERA IN COJRTROOM 
CAMERAS ALLOWED IN STATE HIGH COURT 

CAMERAS. MICROPHONES USED TO COVER N.C. S'JPREME COURT 
JUDGE EJECTS TV CAMERAMAN 

COURTS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO CONTEMPT OF COURT CITATIONS 
SEE ALSO FOURTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS 
SEE ALSO Sag oroeos 

SEE ALSO JUDGES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO JUDGES. U.S.. MIDDLE DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO PRETRIAL NEWS COVERAGE 

SEE ALSO U.S. COURT 0<= APPEALS 

SEE ALSO U.S. COURT OF MILITARY APPEALS 

SEE ALSO U.S. EASTERN DISTRICT COURT 

SEE ALSO U.S. SUPRE-E COURT 

EAST TAKES ON GOLOWATER OVER COURT POWERS 3ILLS 

COURTS. U.S.. EASTERN DISTRICT 

ORANGE COUNTT'S I-<.0 SUIT SWITCHED TO FEDERAL COURT 
ORANGE I-AO SUIT IN FEDERAL COURT 

COURTS. U.S.. MIDDLE DISTRICT 

SEE JUDGES. U.S.. MIDDLE DISTRICT 



COURTS- 
SEE 



'ARTIAL 
IILITARY. 



:OURTS MARTIAL 



COVENANT PPESBYTERIAN CHURCH 
OBSERVANCE NEXT SUNDAY 

COVERT INTELLIGENCE GATHERING 

SEE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 
SEE SPIES 

C0W30Y FIL-S 
SEE COWOYS 
SEE OLD WESTERN FIL" CLU8 

COWBOYS 
SEE A 
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LSO TLD WESTERN FILM CLUB 

LSO RODEO 

LSO WESTERN FILM FAIR 

BOY FILMS TO BE SnOWN 

=ECO"ES GJNSLINGER SEVERAL TI-ES A YEAR 

BOY =ILMS ROUNOEO UP FOR SHOWING 

ENTISTS STUDY LIFESTYLE OF GAUCHO 

CO»EOY TRtvcLS RODE" CIRCJIT 
HA" COWPOKES: ALL HANDS OOt • T HAIL FROM RIO GRANDE 

RIDES HO"FTOWN RANGE AGA I'l 
BOY YOVIE FANS TO GATHER AGAIN 
S COWBOY FILM TRAIL TI-E AS A I N 
S JANT TC PRESERVE INTEREST IN WESTERNS 
TERN FILM ^AIRS CONTINUE TO ROPE N.C. COWBOY FANS 

LONE RANGER WILL RICE AGAIN: AT film FESTIVAL 

COWBOY: A WEATHERED RIDER TALKS ABOUT ALEMAIN AND LITTLE 



COWS 

SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 

COMMUNIST COWS ARE SENSITIVE 

TAKING A BREAK 

E''B<:ZZLEMENT CHARGES FILED F0= SALE OF CATTLE IN VANCE 

CRAFT Shows 

SEE ALSO APPLE CHILL FAIR 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA FRIENDS SCHOOL CRAFTS FAIR 

SEE ALSO KERR LAKE FOLK ARTS ANO CRAFTS SHOW 

SEE ALSO LOUISBURG COLLEGE FOLK MUSIC AND DANCE FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO OKTO?ERFEST (DUKE UNIV. 1 

ARTS. CRAFTS SHOW PLANNED 

HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR OPENS WEDNESDAY 

HOLIDAY CRAFT SALES BEGIN 

CRAFTS 

SEE ALSO ChRIST-aS DECORATIONS 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. UNION CRAFT CENTER 

SEE ALSO GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLANNING 

SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. N.C. 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN HIGHLAND HANDICRAFT GUILD 

CRAFT SHOW WINNERS TO COMPETE AGAIN 

PRINT IT! 

USE SHELLS TO MAKE PRINTS. PL»TES AND DECORATIONS 

CRAFTS KITS HELP HOSPITALIZED VETERANS 

GET CRAFTY BEFORE CHRISTMAS 



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3/05/82 


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3/10/82 


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4/02/32 




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4/03/82 




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9/23/82 




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9/23/82 




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9/27/82 




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9/30/92 




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10/01/82 




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10/04/32 




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0/10/82 




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D/24/92 




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1/09/82 




11 




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1/12/82 




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12/15/82 




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10/19/82 




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2/03/82 




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2/04/92 




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4/03/32 




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3/04/92 




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10/01/82 




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10/04/52 




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10/10/92 




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11/09/82 




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H 2 2/04/82 3 5 N M23 
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S 2 9/26/82 D I P F 971 

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CRAFTS FAIP 

SEE CRAFT SHOWS 

CRANES (MACHINERYl 

CRANE OPERATOR SAVED 2 LIVES. .WITNESSES SAY 
COUPLE MARRIED IN CRANE 

CRANFORD-iJANNAMAKER HOUSE 

COUPLE TREATS OLD HOMES WITH : ARE 
HARGETTE IS RENOVATOR 

CRAPE MYRTLE 

CREPE MYRTLES READY FOR EXPRESSWAY 

CITY OF CREPE MYRTLE 

JUNIPERS PLANNED ON FREEWAY 

JUNIPERS TO BE PLANTED ON EXPRESSWAY MEDIANS 

FREEWAY TREE CEREMONY SET 

N.C. ROAOS HEAD CALLS EXPRESSWAY TOP PROJECT 

PLANTING PROJECT TAKES ROOT 

FIRST IMPRESSIONS COUNT 

EXPRESSWAY STORY WAS ' IRRE SPOM S I BLE • 

CRAPE WITH AN A 

CRAWFISH 

CRAWFISH FETE ON S.C. COAST 

CREASEY GREENS 
SEE ALSO FOOD 

•CREASIE GREENS- 



MEAN SPRING IN THE HILLS 



.? ICARTOONI 



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CREATIONISTS 

EOUCATION OFFICIALS AGREE WITH RULING 

CHIDING THE CREATIONISTS 

•AND HOW DO YOU FEEL. . . ABOUT TEACHING CREATIONISH. 

SCIENCE AND THE BIBLE DON'T HAVE TO CLASH 

•HUMANIST' PRESS, TV SLANT CREATION COVERAGE 

EVOLUTION AND RELIGION 

SCIENCE GROUP OPPOSES TEACHING OF CREATIONISH 

SEMINAR MONDAY PN CREATIONISM 

CREATIVE CIVITAN CLUB 

SEE ALSO CIVITAN CLUB 

THE CREATIVE CIVITAN CLUB 
CLUE RECEIVES CHARTER 

CREATIVE MINISTRY ASSOCIATES 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, N.C. 

NOTORIETY OF MINISTER UPSETS WORKSHOP PLAN 
FORMER GOVERNOR INVOLVED IN MINISTRY 

CREATIVITY 

•PORTRAIT' HAS 2 CHILLING SCENES 

THE BOX ICARTOONI 

CREATURES AND MONSTERS 
SEE ALSO FOLKLORE 
SEE ALSO SCALIWAMPUS 

IS THERE A BEAST ABOUT IN BAHAMA? 

"5EAST OF LAKEWOQD' IS IDENTICIED 

LORE TO ENJOY 

CREDIT 

SEE ALSO CONSUMER DEBT 

SEE ALSO DEBTS 

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

"■ROSLEM LOANS' INCREASE CITED IN N.C. 

AMERICANS GO DEEPER INTO DEBT 

HOST TAR HEEL FARMERS MUST BORROW FUNDS 

KENLY COUPLE SURVIVES BY KEEPING TIGHT REIN ON DEBT 

ai PLACED ON 'CREDIT WATCH' LIST 

CREDIT BUREAUS 

MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION BUYS 2 CREDIT BUREAUS 
CREDIT BUREAU AND CHAMBER MAY SEPARATE 

CREDIT CARDS 

SEE ALSO CASH PURCHASE DISCOUNTS 
3ANK-NRA DEAL IS FAIR 

GAS CREDIT: HAVE DEALERS GIVEM UP ON CASHING-IN? 
N.C. OPPOSES CREDIT CARD FEES 
N.C. CAN "LOCK CREDIT CARD ME''BERSHIP FEES 
TRIANGLE 9B3 ISSUES CAUTION 

CREDIT INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

CREDIT INSURANCE LAW DEBATED 

CREDIT INSURANCE LAW MORATORIUM PROPOSED 

CREECH LAW 

SEE PUBLIC LAW 11,-11,2 (EDUCATION FOR ALL HANDICAPPED CHILDREN ACTI 

CREEDMOOR, N.C. 

CREEDMOOR PLANT DEDICATED 

IVAC DEDICATES tlO MILLION PLANT 

CREEDMOOR, N.C CHRISTMAS PARADE 
CREEDMOOR PARADE SUNDAY 

CREEDMOOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

CREEDMOOR CHAMBER TO INSTALL OFFICERS 

CREEDMOOR VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 

FIREMAN'S DAY PARADE PLANNED 

CREEPSHOW (FILMI 

IMAGINATION STILL BEATS SPECIAL EFFECTS 

CREOSOTE 

CREW'S BURNS ARE BLAMED ON CHEMICAL 

CREPE MYRTLES 

SEE CRAPE MYRTLE 

CRESSET CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 

CRESSET HONOR ROLL LISTED 
CRESSET ACADEMY NAMES HONOR ROLLS 
CRESSET LISTS HONOR ROLL NAMES 

CREST ST. 

NEW SITES PROPOSED FOR SUBSIDIZED HOUSING 

3 CREST STREET HOUSING SITES ARE PROPOSED 

DELAY MAY KILL CITY'S LOW-INCOME HOUSING CHANCES 

CITY COUNCIL 0K5 HOUSING SITE 

COUNCIL REJECTS HOUSING IN CREST STREET 

CREST ST. COMMUNITY COULD STILL GET SUBSIDIZED HOUSING 



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A 

B 
A 


1 

5 
t, 
<. 
t, 
1 
14 


N 

E 

T T 

L 

L 
L 
N 
N 


00 6 
P45 

W24 



H 2 9/20/62 A 4 E 

S 2 10/16/82 A 13 P P T37 



H 2 5/22/82 A 8 N A20 
H 2 10/19/82 A 6 P N 



S 2 1/06/82 A 12 F 

H 2 9/29/82 A 4 T T R56 



H 2 1/08/82 A 1 
H 2 2/08/82 B 1 
H 2 4/25/82 4 



N A54 
U S36 

E 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



4/06/82 A 12 

4/07/82 C 4 

4/08/82 C 24 

5/03/32 B 5 

8/12/82 A 12 



2 8/10/82 9 
1 10/27/82 B 



5 2 1/30/62 A 4 

H 2 3/21/62 A 9 

H 2 5/06/82 B 3 

H 2 7/02/82 A 15 

H 2 10/10/82 9 



2 9/17/82 C 5 
2 U/18/62 A 19 



H 2 10/02/62 B 5 N 

H 1 10/02/62 3 I P N H60 



H 1 12/11/82 B 1 

H 1 1/26/82 9 1 

H 1 10/06/82 B I 

H 2 12/03/92 D 4 

H 2 7/11/82 A 13 



S 2 2/10/82 A 14 N 
S 2 4/09/92 A 16 N 
S 2 11/25/82 A 21 N 



s 


7 


2/11/82 


A 


N 


K9n 


H 


2 


2/12/82 


B 


N 


SSI 


s 


? 


2/12/92 


r 


N 


K90 


H 


2 


2/16/92 




N 


S5I 


S 


2 


2/16/62 


B 


N 


KRO 


s 


2 


2/17/82 


A 


N 


K90 



MONTHLr/AN 



RENEWAL PLA-i «L"OST REIOY 



NUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/B2 




i 1 
BELQCATION OF RESIOENTS H 2 



FUNDS OK'O FO" CREST ST5EET 

CITY'S CR^^ST STREET FUNDS '<AY FACE LEGAL CHALLENGE 

C»EST STREET »L»N "lUST 9E PRESERVED 

U.S. APPROVAL EXPECTED FOR EXPRESSWAY STUDY 

OURHAX GETS 51.'' "MILLION TO H=LP ". NE IGHBORH 

FOUR AREAS T3 DIVIDE SI. 9 M!LlI3N 

,iiir\ mjn rr,i,rLjT cnO OOn iCrT 



IGHBORHOOOS 
FOUR AREAS T3 DIVIDE SI. 9 
HUD AID SOUGHT FOR PROJECT 
FEOERAL OK EXPECTED SOON FOR =xprESSJay 
ST. TMEOESA PLANS OK'D 

FFj CREST STRFET RESIDENTS AR? DISGRUNTLED 
CREST ST. PLAN "AY TAKE 3 YEA^S 
CEREMONY TO LAUD CREST ST. 

OFFICE WILL PURCHASE LAND FOR EXPRESSWAY 
FINAL AGREEMENT ON EXPRESSWAY OK • D 
ORDER PREVENTING WORK ON EXPRESSWAY DISSOLVED 
EXPRESSWAY EXTENSION A MODEL OF COOPERATION 
N0» TO FINISH A SCAD _ ^ 

OURHAK TO GET HONOR FOR CREST STREET PROJECT 
RECEIVES AWARD 



CREST ST. CO"MUNITY COUNCIL _^, 

'cSyfT'^TSI^Ef'IlREiii'Fi^SE'c'Hrsf'pL'rN'lJcEPTED ON RELOCATION OF RESIDENTS 
COUNCIL PLAN PLEASES CREST STREET RESIDENTS 
MOVING: CREST STREET PLAN NOT YET COMPLETE 
COUNCIL MAY SCHEDULE CREST STREET HEARINGS 
CREST STREET DEVELOPERS SEEK FEDERAL FUNDS 

CRFSTVIEW APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 

FUNDS OK'D FOR CREST STREET 

CITY'S CREST STREET FUNDS MAY FACE LEGAL CHALLENGE 

LOW-COST FINANCING AVAILABLE = OR HOUSING 

FINANCING ARRANGED FOR SEVEN PROJECTS 

COUNCIL OKS C»ESTVIEw CONTRAC , ,^,„ 

JFK TOWERS GE'S FEDERAL APPROVAL FOR CONSTRUCTION 

JFK T"wERS GETS 3K FROM HUD 

CITY ASKS CENTER PACT 

CITY, COUNTY ""EGIN WORK ON FI'JANCING CIVIC CENTER 

OURHA" HOUSING PROJECTS RECEIVE FEOERAL FINANCING 

CEREMONY TO LAUD CREST ST. 

PROJECT BEGINS 

CITY TQ GET HUD HONOR FOR PROJECT 

DURHAM TO GET HONOR FOR CREST STREET PROJECT 

CRFSTWOOO HALL ITHE DYSLEXIA SCHOOL OF N.C., INC.) 
SEE ALSO DYSLEXIA 

PRIVATE SCHOOL TREATS DYSLEXIA 

CRESwELL. N.C. 

N.C. SYNFUEL PLANT GETS OK 

CRIB DEATHS 

SEE ALSO INFANT MORTALITY 
BABY FOUND DEAD IN BED 
AUTOPSY COMPLETE 
DETECTIVES PROBE 2 ^ilGAMY CASES 

CRICKET INN 

BLAZE DAMAGES MOTEL ROO" 

FIRE 0AMAGE5 MOTEL ROOM 

THIEVES STRIKE "OTEL 

MAN IS FOUND DEAO IN MOTEL 

MAN IS P093E0 AT CRICKET INN I BOUND. GAGGED) 

TOOL THEFT REPORTED 

2 CHARGED IN ROBBERY 

CRIME 

SEE ARSON 

SEE ASSAULTS. DURHAM 

SEE ASSAULTS. N.C. 

SEE ASSAULTS. U.S. 

SEE CHILOREN, CRIME 

SEE E"EEZZL£MENT 

SEE FORGERY 

SEE FRAUD 

SEE MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE MUROE". DURHAM 

SEE MURDER. INTERNATIONAL 

SEE MURDER. N.C. 

SEE MURDER. U.S. 

SEE RAPE. DURHAM 

SEE RAPE. N.C. 

SEE RAPE. U.S. 

SEE ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ROBBERY. U.S. 

CRIME, STATISTICS 

SFE ALSO CRIME RATE. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO POLICE INFORMATION NETWORK 

SEE ALSO STATISTICS 

6« OF FELONY CASES GO TO JURIES IN N.C. 

OVERALL CITY CRIME FALLS IN 3=0 3UARTER 

DURHAM ROBBERIES UP 20X IN •8? 

CRIMINALS ON CAMERA 

CRIME COMMISSION, GOVERNOR'S _ . „ ,, ,.,^t„ 

SEE ALSO N.C. OEPT. OF CRIME CO-ITROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY 
LFAGUE ASKS HUNT TO APPOINT PSNEL 
RAISE LEGAL ORINKING AGE, N.C. PANEL SAYS 
CRIME COMMISSION ASKS N.C. ORINKING AGE OF 21 
PANEL URGES STIFFER PENALTIES FOR DRUNKEN DRIVERS 
POLL INDICATES ORINKING AGE RAISE FAVORED 
CRIME PANEL TO DISCUSS N.C. I'iCOME TAX LAWS 
TOUGHFR N.C. TAX PENALTIES URGED 
DUI F'LCNY CHARGES BACKED 

NINE SCHOOL SYSTEMS ARE POOLING RESOURCES 
CRIME COMMISSION URGES TAX PENALTIES 
PHONE TAP IDEA DELAYED TILL SEPT. 
JUDGE hOBGOOO HONORED 
COMMISSION TO URGE DUI CRACKDOWN 
N.C. CRIME CRACKDOWN IS URGED 

HUNT ACCEPTS CRIME COMMISSION'S PROPOSALS 

DENIAL OF BAIL JUSTIFIED UNOE' SOME CONDITIONS 

CRIME PREVENTION 



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E 


L 


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P 


DATE 


C 


PC L 


P 


9YL 




S 2 


2/25/82 


A 


1 


N 


K90 




S 1 


2/25/B2 


C 


I 


N 






H 2 


2/26/82 


A 


1 


N 


A54 




S 2 


2/26/32 


A 


1 


N 


K90 




H 2 


2/27/62 


B 


1 P 


N 


S51 




S 2 


2/27/82 


A 


4 


E 






S 2 


3/ai/»2 


C 


1 


N 


K90 




H 2 


3/03/62 


A 


4 


E 






H 2 


4/09/82 


B 


I 


N 


S51 




S 2 


'./12/82 


C 


1 


N 






H 2 


<,/ <./82 


A 


1 


N 


551 




S 2 


<./ 4/82 


C 


1 


N 


K9D 




S 2 


4/16/P2 


A 


4 


E 






5 2 


6/09/82 


A 


1 


N 


K90 




S 2 


7/02/82 


A 


1 


N 


K90 




H 2 


7/03/82 


8 


I 


N 






H 2 


7/03/92 


B 


6 


N 


L41 




5 2 


7/16/82 


A 


1 


N 


<90 




H 2 


8/D3/82 


B 


1 


N 


L41 




S 2 


9/04/82 


A 


3 


N 


K90 




S 2 


9/30/82 


A 


1 


N 


S83 




5 2 


10/20/82 


C 


I 


N 


K90 




S 2 


12/03/82 


C 


1 


N 


K90 




S 2 


12/15/82 


A 


1 P 


N 


K90 




H 2 


12/16/82 


A 


1 M 


N 


S51 




S 2 


12/16/82 


A 


4 


E 






H 2 


12/18/82 


A 


4 


E 






5 2 


12/23/92 


3 


5 


N 






S 2 


12/30/82 


C 


1 P 


P 


C56 




S 2 


2/16/82 


B 


1 


N 


K90 




H 2 


2/26/82 


A 


I 


N 


A 54 




S 2 


2/26/92 


A 


1 


N 


K90 




H 2 


2/27/B2 


B 


1 P 


N 


S51 




S 2 


3/01/82 


C 


1 


N 


K90 




S 2 


7/01/92 


C 


1 


N 


K90 




H 2 


4/14/92 


A 


1 


N 


S5l 




S 2 


4/14/32 


c 


1 


N 


K90 




H 2 


5/18/82 


9 


1 


N 


FTB 




H 2 


6/05/82 


B 


1 


N 


L41 




H 2 


7/07/82 


B 


1 


N 


L41 




S 2 


7/20/82 


A 


1 


N 


K90 




H 2 


7/21/82 


A 


14 


N 






H 2 


7/27/82 


B 




N 


S51 




S 2 


7/27/82 


E 




N 


F30 




S 2 


9/28/82 


A 




N 


K90 




S 2 


10/20/82 


C 




N 


K90 




S 2 


10/27/82 


B 


P 


P 


C56 




H 2 


12/22/92 


A 


1 


N 






S 2 


12/23/82 


6 




N 







H 2 4/22/92 A 7 N 
H 2 3/27/82 A 2 N 

N 



s 


? 


3/16/82 


A 


9 


N 


s 


2 


3/16/82 


B 


I 


N 


s 


? 


1/02/82 


A 


^ 


N 


H 


? 


1/03/82 


( 




N 


s 


? 


3/27/82 


A 




N 


s 


? 


10/20/92 


1 




N 


H 


> 


12/21/82 


B 




N 


5 


1 


12/21/62 


C 




N 


H 


I 


\Z/Zl/S2 


A 


6 


N 



H 2 6/26/82 A 6 N 

S 2 10/14/82 CI N F30 

H 2 10/15/82 B 1 F A54 

H 2 10/26/82 A 4 E 





1/15/92 


A 


13 


N 




2/12/92 


A 


1 


N 




2/13/32 


A 


I 


N 




3/03/82 


A 


I 


N 




3/27/82 


A 


10 


N 




4/15/92 


r 


s 


N 




4/16/82 


B 


5 


N 




4/17/82 


A 


J 


N 




5/04/92 


H 


1 


N 




7/16/82 


A 


10 


N 




3/29/92 


A 


IS 


N 




9/23/62 


H 


1 


N 




12/10/92 


A 


14 


N 


/ 


12/10/92 


A 


1 




7 


12/11/92 


A 


15 


N 


2 


12/13/82 


A 


4 


b 



MONTHLY/4 



N N U » L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 157 
1/07/83 



» 



SEE ALSO COMMUNITY HATCH PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO CRIME STOPPERS 

SEE ALSO OURHA.'lt N.C.. "CRIMESTOP" 

SEE ALSO DURHAM PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM, CRIME PREVENTION DIVISION 

see ALSO NEIGHBORHOOD HATCH PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO N.C. OEPT. OF CRIME COMTROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY 

SEE ALSO REACT CLUB OF DURHAM C3UNTY (ACRONYM) 

YIUNG -COPS' SET EXAMPLE 

JACKSON URGES TEAMWORK 

GOOD EXAMPLE TO FOLLOW 

LEADERS SEEK CRIME STOPPERS START 

FOUNDATION SEEKS NEW MAYS TO "'EAL HITH CRIMES. VICTIMS 

CRIME ON THE RUN 

CRIME VAN ON EXHIBIT 

ANTI-CRIME VAN IN DURHAM TODAY 

DURHAM POLICE PLAN SEEKS TO PREVENT BUSINESS CRIME 

CRI"E BILL CONTAINS MIXTURE 0=^ GOOD. BAD 

ME WASTE RESOURCES WHILE CRIME FLOURISHES 

COUNCIL OF CLUBS TAKES LEAD U STOPPING CRIME 

EVERYONE HAS A ROLE IN THE WAR ON CRIME 

CRIME PROTECTION 

ROBBERY OF CHILDREN 

CRIME RATE. CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C. 
USE OF GUNS IN CRIMES UP 
CRIME INCREASE REPORTED SLIGHT 

CRIME RATE. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CRIME, STATISTICS 

SEE ALSO POLICE INFORMATION NETWORK 

SEE ALSO STATISTICS 

CITY CRIME INCREASES 2 PERCENT 

CITY'S CRIME RATE UP 2 PERCENT IN '81 

DURHAM HAS LESS JUVENILE CRIME IN '81 

PRESS DOESN'T CAUSE CRIME 

DURHAM CRIME RATE U° 2 PCT. 

CRI"E FIGURES IN STATE. DURHAM INCREASE OVERALL 

DIFFERENT NAMES FOR STEALING 

CITY CRIME UP 3 PERCENT 

LARCENIES 300ST CITY'S CRIME 'ATE 

CIVIC CENTER WON'T FOSTER CRIME 

CITY CRIME UP 6 PERCENT OVERALL 

REPORTED CRIME IN CITY PISES IN FIRST HALF OF 1981 

VIOLENT CRIME IN N.C. RISES 7 PCT. IN '82 

OVERALL CITY CRIME FALLS IN 3' D 3UARTER 

DURHAM ROBBERIES UP 20% IN '82 

CRIME RATE. DURHAM COUNTY 

COUNTY CRIME RATE DECLINES IN 1981 

COUNTY CRIME DIPS 't PERCENT 

CRI"E IN COUNTY DECLINES <. PERCENT IN FIRST OUARTER 

REPORTED CRIME DOWN IN COUNTY 

COUNTY CRIME RATE OOwN I 7X 

CRIME RATE. N.C. 

SEE ALSO UNIFORM CRIME REPORT 
SERIOUS CRIMES DECLINE IN N.C. 
MAJOR CRIME IN N.C. FALLS BY 2 
DURHA" CRIME RATE UP 2 PCT. 
CRI"E FIGURES IN STATE. DURHAM INCREASE OVERALL 
VIOLENT CRIMES UP IN N.C. 

REPORTS OF VIOLENT CRIME INCREASE 9 PERCENT IN N.C. 
6» OF FELONY CASES GO TO JURIES IN N.C. 
STATE CRIME DECLINES 1.3 PERCENT IN 1981 
N.C. MURDERS DROP 12. 5S; DURING 1981 
MANOATOPY-SENTENCING EFFECTS ON CRIME DISPUTED 
CRI"E BILL CONTAINS MIXTURE OF GOOD. BAD 
VIOLENT CRIME RISES IN N.C. 

CRIME PATE. U.S. 

CRI"INALS ON CAMERA 

CRIME STATISTICS 

SEE CPIME. STATISTICS 

SEE CRIME RATE. DURHAM 

SEE CRIME RATE. DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE CRIME RATE. N.C. 

SEE CRI"e RATE. U.S. 

CRIME STOPPERS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY SHERIFF 
SEE ALSO CRIME PREVENTION 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, "CRIMESTOP- 
5EE ALSO REWARD 

LEADERS SEEK CRIME STOPPERS START 

'CRIMESTOPPER' PROGRAM EYED BY CIVIC CLUBS 

COUNCIL OF CLUBS TAKES LEAD IN STOPPING CRIME 

DURHAM MAY ORGANIZE CRIME STOPPERS PLAN 

CRIME VICTIMS 

SEE ALSO RAPE VICTIM ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS. CRIME VICTIMS 
SEE ALSO VICTIM RESTITUTION PLAN 

OFFICIALS SAY PROGRAM ENCOURAGES VICTIMS TO REPORT SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

CRIMINALS GO UNPUNISHED 

CRIME WATCH PROGRAM 

SEE COMMUNITY MATCH PROGRAM 
SEE NEIGHBORHOOD MATCH PROGRAM 



FOR '81 
PERCENT 



k 



CRIMES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS. CRI 

SEE ALSO PUKE UNIV.. CR 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE CRIME 

MAN ROBBED WHILE VISI 

CANDY BARS ARE STOLEN 

POLICE BELIFVE tlOO B 

POLICE Charge i in br 

MAN ATTACKED, ROBBED 
FOOD, COINS STOLEN FR 
MEN ROB, KIONAP WOMAN 
RUGS ARE STOLEN FROM 
ROBPEB JUMPS FROM HOU 
FOOTPRINTS ARE CLUE 
SLED, WHEELBARROW OF 
THIEVES ENTER 5 PARKE 
<> HELD FOR BRFAK-IN 
DEPUTIES PROBE BREAK- 
BREAK-IN NETS THIEF S 
DURHAM FIRMS GET COUN 
WOMAN REPORTS ATTACK 
SILVERWARE IS STOLEN 
CUSTOMERS FOIL ROBBER 
CAR, LIOUOR TAKEN 



ME 
IMES 

TING CEMETERY 

FROM OFF ICE 
ILL IS COUNTERFEIT 
EAK-IN 
ON STREET 
OM DURHAM HOME 

APARTMENT 
SE ROOF 

WOOD TAKEN 
D CARS 

INS 

HOTGUN, TV, STEREO 
TERFEIT «20 BILLS 
THEFT OF POCKETBOOK 

Y AT STO' E 



<,/23/82 A 

5/17/82 A 

5/21/82 A 

5/28/R2 C 

6/11/82 B 

6/22/82 A 

7/01/82 C 

7/15/82 A 

7/17/82 A 

9/16/R2 A 

10/20/62 A 

11/06/82 A 

12/23/82 A 



I T 
L Y 

L P 



N S83 

E 
E 
E 
E 



H 2 11/05/82 A 



H 2 
S 2 



1/21/62 B 
1/21/82 C 



S 2 


1/27/82 


C 


1 N 


U57 


H 2 


1/28/82 


A 


11 N 




S 2 


1/30/82 


A 


1 P N 


U57 


S 2 


3/27/82 


A 


4 E 




H 2 


<./07/82 


A 


1 N 




S 2 


<,/07/82 


A 


7 N 




H 2 


4/12/82 


A 


4 E 




S 2 


',/22/B2 


C 


1 N 


U57 


H 2 


<./24/82 


C 


1 N 




H 2 


6/26/82 


A 


4 L 




S 2 


7/19/82 


c 


1 N 


F3D 


H 2 


7/20/62 


B 


12 N 




H 2 


9/12/82 


C 


1 N 




S 2 


10/14/82 


C 


1 N 


F30 


H 2 


10/15/82 


a 


1 F 


A 54 


S 2 


1/19/82 


A 


1 N 


U57 


S 2 


4/20/82 


C 


1 N 


U57 


H 2 


4/21/92 


C 


1 N 




S 2 


7/07/62 


A 


1 N 




H 2 


7/08/62 


e 


1 N 




S 2 


3/15/82 


A 


N 




H 2 


3/16/62 


A 


N 




H 2 


4/07/82 


A 


N 




S 2 


4/07/82 


A 


7 N 




S 2 


6/15/82 


A 


1 N 




H 2 


6/16/82 


A 


7 N 




H 2 


6/26/62 


A 


8 N 




S 2 


7/29/92 


A 


1 N 




H 2 


7/29/92 


B 


1 N 




S 2 


8/13/82 


A 


1 N 




H 2 


9/16/82 


A 


4 E 




H 2 


12/21/62 


A 


8 N 




H 2 


10/26/82 


A 


4 E 





S 2 5/28/62 C 1 N 

H 2 8/27/82 A 6 N 

H 2 11/06/62 A 4 E 

S 2 12/31/82 A 1 N F30 



S 2 
H 2 



4/29/82 A 2 
5/31/82 A 4 



S 2 


1/D2/82 


A 


! N 


S 2 


1/04/62 


A 6 N 


S 2 


1/05/82 


A 


N 


S ? 


1/06/92 


T 


N 


S 2 


1/07/62 


(, 


N 


S 2 


1/08/82 


(. 


N 


1 2 


1/11/82 


1. 


N 


S 2 


1/12/82 


B 


N 


S 2 


1/14/82 


C 


N 


S 7 


1/15/62 


C 


N 


S 2 


1/16/82 


A 


N 


S 2 


1/19/82 


B 


N 


S ^ 


1/21/92 


C 


N 


S 2 


1/22/62 


r 


N 


S 2 


1/23/62 


A 


N 


1 2 


1/26/82 


B 


N 


S 2 


1/29/82 


C 


N 


S 2 


2/01/62 


C 


N 


S 2 


2/03/82 


r 


N 


S 2 


2/09/82 


A 


> N 



MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/ej - U/3I/e2 



SUBJECTS 



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1/07/83 



HAN IS MUGGED WITH SLOCK 
TRUCK DRIVE1 REPORTS ROPBERY 
ARHEO ROBBERY NETS S10.75 
TMIEP TAKES J1.300 IN PROPERTY 
THIEVES GET QUARTERS FROM STORE 
POLICE PROBING ATTACK, ROBBERY 
MAN REPORTS STEPEO STOLEN 
BREAK-IN NETS 11,100 

TEENS HELD EOR STEALING GAS F5 OM BUS 
FOOD, CLOTHES, MONEY ARE TAKE>I 
THIEF RGBS BLIND MAN OUTSIDE HOME 
POLICE ARREST 2 IN ASSAULT 
THIEVES ROB 2 PARKED CARS 
MAN SAYS HE'S SORRY FOR HOLOU' 
MAN PUSHES, ROBS 80-YEAP-OLO JOMAN 
LOUNGE REPORTS THEFT 
2 ARRESTED IN THEFT OF STEREO 
THIEVES HIT LITTLE RIVER SCHOOL 
YOUTHS Take MONEY AND RUN 
DETECTIVES PROBE 2 BIGAMY CASES 
2 ATTACK, SOB MAN ON ANGIER 
THIEVES GET BRIEFCASE 

CRIMES IN DURHAM CITY PARKS FORCING INCREASE IN PATROLS 
THIEF FAILS TO ENTER STORE'S SAFE 
MAN CHARGED IN FIRING GUN 

HE MUST NOT ALLOW FEAR TO RULE OUR PARKS 
THIEF GETS CAMERA, TELEPHONE 
POWER TOOLS ARE STOLEN 
THIEVES STRIKE MQTEL 
PARKS SAFE, SAYS RECREATION CHIEF 
PRESS DOESN'T CAUSE CRI"E 
OUT ON BONO: PRELUDE TO MORE CRIME? 
OUT ON BOND: PRELUDE TO MORE CRIME? 

BAIL 30NDS FOR REPEATERS CALLED A DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD 
2 ARRESTED =0R TAKING HOT DOGS 
LARCENY CHARGE LEADS TO 2 OTHERS 
POLICE PROBING ID DURHAM BREA<-INS 
MAN REPORTS MOTOR STOLEN 
TWO WOMEN ABOUCT, ROB MAN OF S 7 
MAN THWARTS ROBBERY IN STORE 
AUTHORITIES PROBING 6 BREAK-I^IS 
DURHAM CRIME RATE UP 2 PCT. 

CRIME FIGURES IN STATE, DURHAM INCREASE OVERALL 
THIEF TAKES RINGS FROM O.A.'S OFFICE 
BURGLARS GET VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER 
PIANO REPORTED STOLEN 
GUNS, JEWELRY STOLEN 
DIFFERENT NAMES FDR STEALING 
STEREO EQUIPMENT STOLEN 
THIEVES GET SHOTGUN, RECORDER 
MAN ROBS STORE AT KNIFEPOINT 

POLICE CHARGE SECOND TEEN IN CAR VANDALISM 
FURNITURE, TOOLS TAKEN FROM VAN 
CRIME NOT FREQUENT IN THE PARKS 
POLICE PROBE DAMAGE TO PHONE 
JEWELRY IS TAKEN FROM APARTMENT 
TELEVISIONS ARE STOLEN FROM HOME 
CITY CRIME UP 3 PERCENT 
THIEF STEALS AUOIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT 
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT IS REPORTED STOLEN 
2 ARRESTED IN ABDUCTION OF BLIND MAN 
BUTNER MAN'S CAR STRUCK BY GUNSHOT 
POLICE PROBING 3 CAR BREAK-INS 
VANDALS DEFACE COW 
THIEVES BREAK INTO SCHOOL TWICE 
THIEVES GET INSTRUMENTS 

REWARD IS OFFERED IN HIT-ANO-RUM DEATH 
MAN IS SHOT WHILE SLOWING VAN 
RIDER THWARTS ROBBERY 
POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH BURGLARY 
JEWELRY, TV STOLEN 
THIEVES HIT DRIVE IN 
MAN FOUND ON SIDEWALK 
THIEVES ENTER 5 CARS 
THIEF ATTACKS, ROBS WOMAN 
VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDERS STOLEN 
MAN CAUGHT IN BURGLARY 

30Y KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS AFTER THREAT 
MOTORIST IS FORCED TO DRIVE ABDUCTOR 
WOMAN ROBBED AT KNIFEPOINT 
POLICE PROBING EMBEZZLEMENT 

THIEF STEALS SKATES, TELEVISION IN BREAK-IN 
STEAKS TAKEN IN BREAK-IN 
MAN SNATCHES PURSE 
WOMAN RECEIVES 2<.-INCH CUT 

MAN IS SHOT IN SHOULDER WHILE WALKING WITH FRIENDS 
STABBING IS PROBED 
CHASE ENDS WITH 7 CHARGES 
CIGARETTES, BEER REPORTED STOLEN 

POLICE ARREST DURHAM MAN FOLLOWING ARMED ROBBERY 
2 DAMAGE POOL EQUIPMENT 

MONEY REPORTED STOLEN FROM UNOER CHAIR 
TEEN-AGER CHARGED WITH STEALING TOOLS 
WOMAN REPORTED STABBED IN CHEST 
YOUTH IS CHARGED IN ENTERING HOME 
BATHROOM INTRUDER TAKES MONEY BOXES 
DURHAM MAN "OBBED ON pQRCH 
2 MEN ROB DURHAM mqtel CLERK 
VANDALS PUNCH HOLES IN TIRES 
GARDEN TOOLS REPORTED STOLEN 
STORE REPORTS GOGGLE THEFT 
MAN CHASES 3 INTRUDERS FROM H3ME 

THIEVES TAKE TELEVISION IN ROJGEMONT BREAK-IN 
CRIME ON THE RUN 
BACKYARD ROBBERY NETS CASH 
'HOW TO COMMIT CRIME- 
TIRES STOLEN FROM STATION 
MAN IS ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 
RIDE ENDS IN ARMED ROBBERY 
BANK REPORTS 6 COUNTERFEIT BILLS 
WITNESS SEES TWO STEALING HUB CAPS 
FIVE MEN ROB, SHOOT MAN NEAR BUS STATION 
MAN SWITCHES WALLET, FOILS WOJLD-BE ROBBER 
WICKER THIEVES HIT DURHAM APARTMENTS 
CARVINGS, JEWELRY ARE STOLEN 
TWO MEN ROB OR IVER 
3=EAK-[N AT SALOON NETS $150 
ROOMS BURGLARI2FD 
BREAK-IN NETS TELEVISION SET 
STOLEN BATTERY SPARKS SHOOTING 
CAR WINDOWS CRACKED 
JEWELRY IS STOLEN 
WELDING TOOLS MISSING 
MAN SHOT AT HOME 
WRECK HURTS DURHAM MAN 
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S 2 


2/13/R2 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


2/16/82 


B 1 


N 


S 2 


2/17/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


2/1B/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


2/23/82 


B 1 


N 


S 2 


2/2<./82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


2/25/82 


A 6 


N 


S 2 


3/01/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


3/02/82 


B 1 


N 


S 2 


3/D<./82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


3/05/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


3/0<>/a2 


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N 


S 2 


3/06/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


3/08/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


3/09/B2 


C 1 


N 


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3/10/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


3/12/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


3/13/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


3/15/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


3/16/82 


B 1 


N 


S 2 


3/18/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


3/19/82 


C 1 


N 


H 2 


3/22/82 


A 1 


N 


S 2 


3/22/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


3/23/82 


B 1 


N 


H 2 


3/25/82 


A 4 


E 


S 2 


3/25/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


3/26/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


3/27/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


3/27/82 


A 3 


N K90 


S 2 


3/27/82 


A 4 


E 


H 2 


3/23/82 


A 1 


N B51 


H 2 


3/29/82 


A 1 


G B5 


H 2 


3/29/82 


A 1 


G B5 


S 2 


3/29/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


3/30/S2 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


3/31/82 


C I 


N 


S 2 


<./01/B2 


C I 


N 


S 2 


<./02/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


■V/D5/82 


C 1 


N 


5 2 


<./06/82 


A 3 


N 


H 2 


'./07/82 


A 1 


N 


S 2 


<,/D7/82 


A 7 


N 


S 2 


4/07/82 


B 1 


N 


S 2 


<./08/°2 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


4/09/32 


A 7 


N 


S 2 


4/10/82 


A 3 


N 


H 2 


4/12/82 


A 4 


E 


S 2 


4/12/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


4/13/82 


A 5 


N 


S 2 


4/14/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


4/15/92 


C 1 


N US7 


S 2 


4/17/82 


A 3 


N 


H 2 


4/19/82 


A 4 


L 


S 2 


4/19/82 


A 5 


N 


S 2 


4/21/92 


A 6 


N 


S 2 


4/22/82 


A 12 


N 


S 2 


4/22/B2 


C 1 


N U57 


S 2 


4/23/82 


C I 


N 


S 2 


4/24/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


4/26/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


4/23/92 


B I 


N 


S 2 


4/29/02 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


4/30/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


5/03/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


5/04/82 


S 1 


N 


S 2 


5/05/82 


E 1 


N 


S 2 


5/06/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


5/07/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


5/10/62 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


5/11/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


5/12/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


5/13/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


5/14/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


5/15/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


5/17/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


5/19/82 


B 1 


N 


S 2 


5/21/82 


C I 


N 


S 2 


5/22/32 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


5/24/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


5/25/82 


B 1 


N 


S 2 


5/26/82 


B I 


N 


S 2 


5/27/82 


A 1 1 


N 


S 2 


5/23/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


5/29/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


5/31/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


6/01/82 


A 8 


N 


S 2 


6/02/92 


C I 


N 


S 2 


6/03/92 


C 3 


N 


S 2 


6/05/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


6/07/82 


A 7 


N 


S 2 


6/09/82 


B 1 


N 


S 2 


6/09/82 


B 1 


N 


S 2 


6/1D/92 


A 12 


N 


S 2 


6/11/82 


A 7 


N 


S 2 


6/12/°2 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


6/14/82 


A 7 


N 


S 2 


6/15/92 


8 1 


N 


S 2 


6/16/82 


B 1 


N 


S 2 


6/17/82 


C I 


N 


S 2 


6/18/92 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


6/21/82 


A 10 


N 


S 2 


6/22/92 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


6/22/82 


A 4 


E 


S 2 


6/24/82 


B 1 


N 


H 2 


6/25/82 


A 5 


L 


S 2 


6/25/82 


C I 


N 


S 2 


6/26/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


6/28/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


6/29/82 


B I 


N 


S 2 


7/01/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


7/03/82 


A "» 


N 


S 2 


3/04/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


7/05/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


7/06/82 


8 1 


N 


S 2 


7/07/82 


A 12 


N 


S 2 


7/03/92 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


7/09/92 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


7/10/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


7/12/92 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


7/13/82 


A 9 


N 


S 2 


7/14/92 


A 5 


N 


S 2 


7/15/82 


C 1 


N 


S 2 


7/16/82 


B 1 


N 


S 2 


7/17/82 


A 3 


N 


S 2 


7/19/P2 


A 7 


N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



CITY CRIME UP 6 PERCENT OVERALL 

REPORTED CRIME IN CITY RISES IN FIRST HALF OF 1991 

YOUTHS HIT BY AUTO SELEASEO 

AIR CONDITIONER STOLEN 

TEEN HELD FOR E><8EZZLING 

3 JUVENILES ARE ARRESTED IN 3'EAK-IN 

GUNXAN BOBS DURHAM MOTEL 

POLICE CHARGE 3 AFTER CHASE 

Z MEN IN STILEN CAR LEAD DEPUTY IN CHASE 

FISHING GEAR, MOTORS STOLEN 

MAN FACES DRUG COUNTS 

ALARM SCARES OFF BURGLAR 

PRINT MORE CRIME NEWS 

DEPUTIES ARREST TEEN-AGER IN STEREO EQUIPMENT THEFT 

POLICE REPORT BREAK-INS 

MEN ATTACK COUPLE IN GARAGE 

STORE IS ROBBED 

COMMISSIONER'S SILVER STOLEN 

MAN CHARGED IN ACCIDENT 

POLICE REPORT 3 ROBBERIES DURING NIGHT 

JEhEL'Y. cash REPORTED STOLEN 

THIEVES HIT BROADMOOR APARTMENTS 

2 DURHAM MEN ROBBED SITTING n FRONT OF STORE 

THIEVES STEAL JEWELRY. CASH IN BREAK-IN 

POLICE ARREST SIGN THIEF 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH 2 BURGLARIES 

CARPET STOLEN FROM HOUSE 

TWO MEN ROa MOTEL 

THIEVES STEAL JEWELRY 

APARTMENTS ROBBED TWICE 

THIEVES TAKE STERfqS 

THIEVES HIT TWO HOMES 

POLICE REPORT BREAK-INS. THEFTS 

THIEVES BREAK INTO CHURCH 

CASH MISSING FROM HOTEL SAFE 

JEWELRY. GUNS REPORTED STOLEN 

GUNMAN ESCAPES WITH 50 CENTS 

JEWELRY REPORTED STOLEN 

1870 DOLLAR COIN STOLEN 

FOOD STAMPS STOLEN 

CASH. JEWELRY REPORTED STOLEN 

THIEVES GET JEWELRY. TV 

DURHAM POLICE PROBE NIGHT DEPOSIT BOX THEFT 

FIREBOMB TOSSED INTO HOME 

THIEF GETS DIAMOND RING 

DEPUTIES CHARGE WOMAN IN SHOOTING 

THIEVES TAKE SAW. OVEN FROM C4RP0PT 

EQUIPMENT TAKEN 

STEREO TAKEN 

MAN CHARGED WITH DUI 

CASH. TIRES TAKEN FROM STATION 

CASH REPORTED STOLEN 

CAMERA EQUIPMENT STOLEN 

MEN IN VAN STEAL STOVE 

THREAT MADE AFTER PIZZA DROPPED 

POLICE PROBE ROBBERY 

CASH, JEWELRY REPORTED STOLEN 

GUNS, JEWELRY STOLEN 

GARAGE EQUIPMENT STOLEN 

STEREO SAID STOLEN 

JEWELRY REPORTED STOLEN 

SCHOOL BUS IS YOUTHS" TARGET 

POLICE REPORT THEFT OF GUNS. JEWELRY 

THIEVES TAKE S996 FRO" SHOP 

OFFICERS REPORT TOOLS STOLEN FROM FIRM 

DEPUTIES REPORT 6 SAWS STOLEN 

POLICE CHARGE OXFORD man 

OVERALL CITY CRIME FALLS IN 3» D QUARTER 

C'MERAS AND JEWELRY STOLEN 

DURHAM ROBBERIES UP 20» IN '82 

POLICE REPORT TIRE THEFT FROM GAS STATION 

GUNS AND TVS STOLEN FROM DURHAM HOME 

THIEVES HIT RESIDENCE 

OFFICERS CHARGE TWO IN BREAK-IN 

GOODS STOLEN 

GOODS STOLEN 



TSf^iTsTilL JEwIlRY "•"" '" ''°^°'' °"-' "CIGARETTES 

2 GUNS REPORTED STOLEN FROM HOUSE 

DURHAM MAN FOUND SHOT TODAY 

GROCERY IS ROBBED 

GUNS ARE STOLEN FROM VAN 

MASKED THIEF ESCAPES WITH CASH 

TOOLS ARE STOLEN 

POLICE LOOKING FOR THIEF 

MAN WOUNDED ON WAY TO BAPTIST ROAD HOME 

STEREO STOLEN FROM RESIDENCE 

POLICE ARREST MAN TRYING TO STEAL GAS 

JEWELRY, TV STOLEN 

POLICE INVESTIGATE ROBBERY 

STEREO SAID STOLEN 

ROUGEMONT HOME BURGLARIZED 

FURNITURE, LINEN STOLEN 

BAHAMA "AN IS SHOT IN HOME 

THEFT OF TOOLS REPORTED 

GUN^'AN Roes BUSINESS. ESCAPES 

THIEVES GET COPPER TU'lING 

THIEVES STEAL SILVERWARE 

STEREO EQUIPMENT TAKEN 

MEN PULL WEAPON. STEAL MONEY 

DRIVEWAY FLIMFLAM OPERATING 

TWO HURT IN SHOOTING 

MAN HIT WITH STICK 

MAN REPORTS CERTIFICATES WERE STOLEN 

BURGLAR STEALS SILVER 

MAN FACES 3REAK-IN CHARGE 

yj!?P't^,SLASH TIRES ON 16 AUTOMOBILES 

TOOL THEFT REPORTED 

SANTA GLAUS FACING DRIVING CHARGES 

STEREO EQUIPMENT STOLEN 

ROBBERY NETS THIEVES SAFE. CASH 

SAFE. CASH TAKEN FROM DURHAM =1USIN£SS 

HOUSE burglarized; guns ST0LE-< 

2 CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

POLICE NAB 2 PEOPLE IN BREAK-IN 

MEN ROB TAXICAB DRIVER 

CRIMES. DURHAM COUNTY 

COUNTY CRIME DIPS <. PERCENT 

i^iUi-rJ^ ?9yyI''„°-'C'-"^E5 <. PE3CENT IN FIRST QUARTER 

REPORTED CRIME DOWN IN COUNTY 

COUNTY CRIME RATE DOWN 17? 

CRIMES. N.C. ISEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CRIMESI 
SEE ALSO BAIL BONDS 
SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C. 



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N F30 




H 2 7/20/82 B 


12 


N 




S 2 7/20/82 B 




N 




S 2 7/21/82 C 




N 




S 2 7/22/82 C 




N 




S 2 7/23/S2 C 




N 




S 2 7/2<./82 A 




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S 2 7/26/82 C 




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S 2 7/27/82 8 




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N 




S 2 7/29/82 A 




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S 2 9/09/82 C 




N 




S 2 8/10/82 B 




N 




5 2 9/ 1/82 C 




N 




S 2 8/12/82 C 




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